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

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'.'..'. -:F-f-' 'I ""t-"'-:".". -.-" T- Ctculfy -f enfS 1 BOARD OF REGENTS As the rose orlily must have its roots jrmly planted 1 ' in the lifefgiving soil surrounding it, so an institution such j as ours must have its firmly established contacts with the ' worldnof everyday afairs. From such contacts come our life, ' our strength, and our inspiration. For these, we 1 acknowledge, with all respect and gratitude, the service of 1 our Board of Regents. - ' -A. W. M., QZQ. 1 1 1 1 .-3' ,, Q15 YJ?-'44,-7 5 .- 5.75 1 fin, ' f18l' ' '- Q im' 4 X rv E X ft, , f vw- ' 12 1 . I 1 f X. a ,Q 1 s I r 2 -- 1.1 1 w L I 1 1' K wk 5 1 5 MAX CHRISTOPHER ljONAL1j 3, LAMM KANSAS CITY' MO- L Sulmu.-x, Mo. PM-"dem VlVCC'PTC.iflfC1lK .X Q X I Y I i i I. r i Q I H, DANIEL HOEFER HON. CHARLES A. LEE j. T. HULL yr' HIGGINSVILLH, Mo. State Superintendent BUTIHR, Mo. ,Z Secretary of Schools .X K .' '1 I iff , H I2 I' , X! A . X? HON- T- J- HALSEY MRS. CHARLES E. DEWEY 'Lf V HO'-DEN, MO- JUl'l'l!RSON CITY, Mo. V" I u " ' , . V . I. .1 E191 ELDO L. HENDRICKS, A.B., A.M., LL.D The President i201 WALTER E. MORROW, A.B., A.M Dean ofthe Faculty f 21 1 1 1 Mum: n. HQKRWOOID JAMES H fu Annonourn. n.s. an Ea., A.M. A 1: M s . vu D Graduate of Pratt Inntltute pmfpno, of Mathematigb Prqfgmmr QI Art GLADYS GOSS, B.S.-. A.M. Aasociate Professor of J4rL . .J and - -vw-ft'-nu '-v- - , ' ,,,'- w ..f f -f'?"3... ff ' . .- ' w Q nm X r V ""f,J ,. V . , ' ,N FK ' , . . -9 , Q., v, , 53' - Q. . 4 5 A V - I - -'- l I i , 3 Nom. B. cmNs'r1-:An, n.s.. A.M. ' pf A 5 C. nE1n,'n.s. A v j u. yy Professor of Industrial Arts ' . and Professor of Physical ' "Q Education - ,- .of ,, '- ' '7 - 4 ' A , , A , F 47 4 ,lx V . I i .' R 'E ' f , .QU ,lx 1 P ' 'J ,T 'V 3 ' ' 1.2 . I , , '.'- ' ' '-V7 ' . 1 ' I . . -'gilt J tm! 534.. 1 X.,-Q ,tg 1, 5 ,I , , J ,MJ VJ.. Z V , 4 K4 N , ,R . H .. k4,..'5,- an ' .' H q - .. . JH- . ., . . -in -. 'fi' ' ' wi ' ' 1 .y A A , 5, .. , Q lf , 5 V ' .."X"2 53,15 . 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"' "'x-+- '4m,f,' :J wha Y' Kfflglfnks X N-, 1--,N Posbgrcmcluclte, 'X N 5 Nd, ' ' Y Y ,Q 'the B11 G to 72 1 if - if Hfxzm. DEAN Hzzmommous . . . Warrensburg ' B.S. in Ed.-English BERT:-IA CANTHBR ...... Adrian B.S. in Ed.-History A, Qs-- R. W. VANAMBURG ..... Lutesville if B.S. in Ed.-History N . AGNES BAUMANN ..... Warrensburg B.S in Ed.-Biology RACHEL JENNINGS HULSE .... Oak Grove B.S. in Ed.-Agriculture and Geography Lucy M. L. Hoon ..... Wanensburg B.S. in Ed.-History I I lg" tl N 1 3' -Y' xi -su 4 is ' 1 q 1 W-' frm ,. 1 s . . . ' . ,'- -,A ..,- - . ,-., . . ., , '--.',- , -'.1'- .,g'. . .,.,'.: 3... '- 'Q' . . "'- .' '..-.'-fL'.'.- '.'- '- . . o n.- . -- 1 . '- '-' . , , 1 ', -. '.n..'f"..' -J," -Y' , ' I . - - . v 1.' Q 1 5-.--..'. .' . - . 1. . .' ' 0 . ,.4 ' .,.. ' w sr 1' f N! 'T nlllh. . .V I .:,.-."-,. 888 Xw Qvodklix- SEDIOR 4- ,V Y ,4 .+i,...,,......-...-. --,,,....i,,,N,, 1-A M v X Y , Q l- : I I . I I .. l I ,f 4 LY L xr . l.:, , 1 t . F l ls l . I ' Harris, Morrow. ' m Wilson, Farmer, Bumgardner, Gillum. ix , OFFICERS , ' ' J. M. WILSON .... . . President GARVIN GILLUM . . . Vice-President 1 ELIZABETH FARMER . . . Secretary MYRA BUMGARDNER . . . Treasurer F SPONSORS p ' WALTER E. MORROW Miss ANNIE G. HARRIS Class histories seem to be a necessary evil, designed to fill space. Usually a history V " tells of the doings of the most brilliant class in the history of the college. y We cannot justly claim any especial laurels for ability, originality or' such qualities. We have made the customary number of F's as well as A's. 1 For the most part, We, the Class of 1930, have followed the usual schedule. We ll have had parties and class meetings and attended college functions just as preceding classes have done. We have had good times and hard times in college. ' We wish for the future classes as much pleasure and real benefit from their four f years of college life as we have had from ours. - ul ? y---f:v?"" i " Fx . 1 q Y a LY-- i i X-,iff rrjifm T1 J F341 I 21 1. f- - -W .E . , A Wi-'if A 'ae ta. vo lfeffa 1 . K, gp , ,X , . E, ,,.X,, , , , . V1 .fi . Aa 1 ., ., .., . , -Z -. 1 K .,--- A- -- - - ' '- --A - if JOHN B. Conn ...... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed., B.S., A.B.-Agriculture President of Phi Sigma Pi, VicefPresident of Kappa Delta Pi, Science Club, National Guard, Modern Foreign Language Club, Business Manager of IQSO Rhetor, Fellowship in Chemistry, Phi Kappa Alpha. A. C. W. LANGENBERG .... Cooper Hill B.S. in Ed.--Industrial Arts Vice-President of Phi Kappa Alpha, Student Counf cil, VicefPresiclent of Y. M. C. A., President of Masonic Club, Treasurer of 1930 Rhetor. ELIZABETH FARMER ..... Platte City B.S. in Ed.-Latin Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sodalitas Latina, Foreign Lan- guage Club, Assistant Literary Editor 1930 Rhetor. BERNE HEHERLING ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Mathematics Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Phi Delta, Pan'Hellenic. L11.1.1AN G. WARNER .... Pleasant Hill B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education Alpha Phi Delta, Pi Kappa Sigma, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. CliRlSTlNE HoovER . . . . . . Clinton B.S. in Ed.-Mathematics ' HAROLD M11.1.11cEN ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Economics and Commerce Intermediate Grade Club. RAYMOND YANCEY ..... . MUfShdll B.S. in Ed.-Biology Sigma Tau Gamma, Theta Alpha Phi, Science Club. ,E T1.zfT3-vb p 'nfg-.QQQQQQ E351 Cflfi' ji 'ffwe ti' ' A """"' """' Tj""A 'WFFT' ff? -5.1 J' " 11 Q, 'ir A wr- -5, r' figs "ia .fi all .6155 Q safe WALTER W. SMITH ..... California B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts Orchestra. THEODORE H. UTLAUT ..... Waverly B.S. in Ed.-Physics Sigma Tau Gamma, Science Club. EVELYN RIED . . ' .... SIdf01'd,KdTl. B.S. in Ed.-Foreign Languages Alpha Sigma Alpha, Foreign Language Club, Inter- mediate Grade Club. VIVIAN HARRYMAN ..... Weaubleau B.S. in Ed.-Art Beta Alpha, Theta Sigma Upsilon, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Chorus. FRANCES MOORE ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Chemistry Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Science Club, Fellowship in Science in Training School. FLORENCE BECRER ..... Kansas City B.S. in Ed.--History DORRIS W. ROGERS .... Warrcnsburg B.S. in Ed.-History Onass L. ATHEY ..... Warrcnsburg B.S. in Ed.-Commerce Phi Kappa Alpha, VicefPresident Phi Sigma Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Modern Foreign Language Club, Y. M. C. A., Band. My fi .i35'f3'.f,5"2?sf+...-. Ms., J- as.. fwh' 3 N,,...-.L,,,,,i:',.,,,.-,,5lf" ' E361 HN . 'lj I-3? wi wi' '41, ..,.J fl -L ,Jw V1 1 .i 4 . fx U 'XY il .J -1 P X , jf if fi ., ffl ii 1. :ax El gi J. 5, il: af 'i 'w J .4 .1495 Q31 fl :Ts -l ii! if al gl T 2 3 , H .L-1:35 ,- M. ,D :,, NJ K .ml 5 c. 'El F .i ci .V fx - ' .pi S me J?"'h"t'E' -fam - P , otooa 9 .P , ' 'Vw I -- - V --- fag! lic. 1 l Eg, il ,l , 'ull I ' 1 l Q THOMAS RALPH YANCEY .... Marshall gy. gf, B.S, in Ed.-History 3 1,2 3 3' Sigma Tau Gamma, Theta Alpha Phi. X ,K fix li l l jii .-,, fl , if w Z, 'W MAx G. GRM' . ...,. Warrensburg K' si ,,, B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts -- President Sigma Tau Gamma, ist Lt. Inf. Mo. N. G., l ix 1 HL V' "W" Club, President Student Council, Football Ai, ll .27 ,29 , X , - . , l' 1 .ka ill li i . . ,Q X H 1 l' F el 1 L' is i CATHERINE B. FINE ..... Warrensburg jf 1 B.S. in Ed.-History ii lix x 'Fl sf wi -M 1 :ll , VERA Lan Rus:-I ...... Blairstown Qi, K '- B.S. in Ed.--Commerce " if ilk' Theta Sigma Upsilon, Y. W. C. A. i-xl fi l , Q! l 1 ll ll' , ' 6 i fm if i ff lf wil ll: josnvnmn Heuer. ...... Holden xl B.S. in Ed.-Latin 5 fill, Q l' Kappa Delta Pi, Beta Alpha, Alpha Phi Delta, K 'Ei' Sodalitas Latina. li' fl , me W :N lli THELMA B. SALMON ...... Easley 1 B.S. in Ed.-Commerce I , . C I : u- lj' at l ll MAIDA E. ARCHER ...... Fomfelt E B.S. in Ed.-History fl' ly Science Club. , ll if , ly? E7 , .w lg , ,wg i l rl Ml l Fiumcns Ffuuss ...... LaMonte B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics K 'J' l' E 1' " Iii 2 l all .ii .1 x lgll l il! 3 9 Q ,L Z4 feeoa tt, ,u- MMo,Wmm S ll , V, Mi it E371 .V M X l l x l -- .... 5----if , if f 4 :4 1 i V1 , Q .M ,,-Q ,T +V .5 . N J IM I x g Af,-1 im" A pg, ,--... .- . ,,. s 1 s ffl 4 : . if 5 j. M. Wn.soN ...... jejerson City 2 qx I B.S. in Ed.-History 'alll Q! VicefPresident Sigma Tau Gamma, Y. M. C. A., i il "W" Club, National Guard, President of Senior --gl I Class, Popular Man 1929, Track '27, '28, '29, '30, l Football '29. ji' s ' T . 2 fl lx I ' ' WILLIAM L. ROWLAND .... Pleasant Hill ,il 3 B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts Al, K, Science Club. gf, .-if . i -. f l ll L Nn'r'ruz HATHAWAY ..... Chilhowee y B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics I Science Club. R 3 1 . ii vi MADGE EMICK ..... . Uriah - 1 ' B.S. in Ed.-English , 3' -l EDNA L. VAUGHN ...... LaMonte B.S.-Home Economics 3 Kappa Omicron Phi. K .. lf E' ng? l Mas. Vmcn. Bum: ..... Warrensburg " B.S. in Ed.-Education - ecretary- ejisurer of lnte ediate Grade Club. - 9 , Sm, ,WW ' '94 I 9 H I, af if 41 K X M . ' M RL B. Ram ...... Warrensburg I B.S. in Ed.-Education yy President of Intermediate Grade Club. r lf ll Qi. MARY Fosrna WILLIAMS .... Bates City g B.S. in Ed.-English Chorus, Fellowship in English in Training School. ,ff 1 -gl .1 4 il - 3 11 l,....,.. ,,.,-,,,,,,,,,,...... ..,. .....,- --- ....,. ,,..,,...-.-...,.- V W in-an ,A . V -I-. -1---F---M i,i1.3l3,,,,f x.. . -l.., T, .f . ,S X-ee 3 Q -vfffaffi., ,..,-ga.'-fff ox ,r l 33 1 fs J as K, ..M vu , f L.:..,LQ,,,,.. 4, -, LEW- . e- .JJ 3 "Q 5 'J 1 ,ix S sf , . , , ., ., , I .Ji 1 i s, ii if z 'J Jem: W. Caocicnrr . . . ' . Denver, Colorado f B.S. in Ed., B.S.-Arr 5 Kappa Delta Pi, Beta Alpha, Crescendo Club, 2 Orchestra, Band, Assistant Art Editor 1930 Rhetor. Ilil I ,. 2 il 1-12 1 1' Vmcii. P. CAULK ...... Oakwood ' QC B.S. in Ed., A.B.-Physics and Chemistry l!-ll Phi Sigma Pi, Leathernex, Science Club, Fellowship lil in Biology. l il l 'fl ffl GRETA MAY GATES ...... Montrose B.S. in Ea.-English Sigma Sigma Sigma, Beta Alpha, Primary Council. I MYRA I. BUMGARDNER . . . . Kansas City B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education Theta Si ma Y silon, Theta Alpha Phi, W. A. A il .bf t , E P -- Canaries, President Y. W. C. A. '28-'29, Treasurer of Senior Class. FRANCES GBRALDINB STRATTON . . Warrenshurg B.S., B.S. in Ed.--Modern Foreign Languages 4 I l 3 President of Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, ix 1 W. A. A., Modern Foreign Language Club. lf? ALICE HAVBNER ..... Warrensburg ll B.S. in Ed.-Commerce ' PAUL Mor-moe Coopaa . . . Sank V A.B., B.S.-History f Y. M. C. A., Band, Masonic Club. 1-ti, lei Paasron LANGFORD ..... Warrensburg if B.S. in Ed.-Modern Foreign Languages P' 'i Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Sigma Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Modern Foreign Language Club. A T 1 .af :fl .li l A33 l All ill jl Y ll is 1 Yi LM ..f"'?"""'i "J ,J 'M 5.QTf''i"ffF':75h':3:?T-PT-f""l,"L 'i'i ff' " ' " "Nh ' T Wes-.saws stef-eesiifaifilgeytas o 55211: .A A E391 EMMETT M. Sims ...... Mcliall B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts JOHN D. VANPEI.T ..... Richmond D B.S. in Ed.-History ELPHINB LAUCHLIN ...... Linn B.S. in Ea.-Aff Beta Alpha, Kappa Omicron Phi. SARA MARGARET HULL .... Centerview B.S. in Ed.-English Sigma Sigma Sigma, PanfHellenic. BERNICE Emrn SHROLL .... East Lynne ' B,S. in Ed.-Mathematics Kappa Delta Pi, Crescendo Club, Cass County Club. QUEEN ESTHER BINKLEY ..... Eugene A.B., B.S., B.S. in Ed.-English Theta Alpha Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Science Club, Modern Foreign Language Club. MOLLIE SUMMERS ...... - .Milan B.S. in Ed.-Commerce Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Science Club. HARRIET ELIZABETH KINSER . . . Independence B.S. in Ed.-Art A Theta Sigma Upsilon, Beta Alpha. 401' ' ,I I, , 'xii--4.1 nav-I I '- fl ,L x I ,j .N -,..,.,-,,.. ,-- ..a--,,Y- f. ,.. .l wwf 4 H ff f ,Q .Q , , wg , . ,.., r I ,.,, ,If w -.l g C, Fw silo fifilrflil as Ill' A f --f-Q 14:3 I 4 x. l -I i i fl ll I Il -I i .1 .7 I K ' is "TV 'N' ' 1-.. X 51.3. Q' , ,. .'.a.ifiL ' ..,. .:i'1'ff. f .,,, .1 A-,jf n ' ' ff - If. I f' - ' '-ia' I f I ft I -I ' ROBERT LAY ...... Warfensburg ' B.S. in Ed.-Agriculture l 'I Science Club. ' l 'll li- I ll lf l Ql' .N if llc.. J. LESTER FIELDS ..... Kansas City 3, Q B.S. in Ed.-History fl' Football '27, Basketball '27, Track '27, '28, '29. ll f fl' Sl - ' ' 'rbi 1 ' GRACE OWEN ...... Warrcnsbuvg Q 4 1 1 B.S. in Ed.-Commerce if 9 3 , f , .il A I 'l X MARY ELECTRA GREEN .... Warrensburg V B.S. in Ed.-Commerce V' 1. l I If I . 'Il Il' Il xg- HARRY L. FLEBTWOOD ..... Owensville gl B.S. in Ed.-Physics xl Masonic Club, Science Club. " li I .Is I9 I 2 , li . X ' EMERsoN L. SIMPSON ..... Russellville 'V 3 if A.B., B.S.-Physics and Chemistry ,il Ig Y. M. C. A., Science Club, Fellowship in Physics. I Q ELIZABETH PARKINS ..... Carrollton ffl I B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics i l Pi Kappa Sigma, Kappa Omicron Phi. ' J' V4 l ' al 7 ' NELLIE OWSLEY . .... Cross Timbers B.S. in Ed.-History L, Kappa Delta Pi. l 1 F., T MW - 7 77 H J'-31+ K .L M 7 . ., f . N 41 1 I ...X nj, ,Q 1 . H ..,. A . E.. , 1.55 vw, J, 1 V Y 1 ff! -fi., Ik Vi is i f - Auousrus L. FOSTER .... Warvensburg B.S. in Ed., A.B.-History PrefLaw Club, DeMolay Club, Modern Foreign Language Club. PERRY VINCIN HUTSON ..,,. Clinton B.S., B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education Y. M. C. A., Basketball, Baseball, Track, Tennis. IZOLA ELIZABETH HAi's .... Versailles B.S. in Ed.--Music Sigma Sigma Sigma, Crescendo Club, Glee Club. MARJORIE O. FRANK .... Higginsvillc B.S. in Ed.-Commerce W. A. A. BERNICE MARTIN ...... Sedalia B.S. in Ed.-Primary Primary Council. MRS. ANNA FARLEY CANTLON . . Warrensbwrg B.S. in Ed.-Primary-General Science- Home Economics Primary Club, Y. W. C. A. ALLENE JONES . . . V .... Macon B.S. in Ed.-Economics and Commerce Y. W. C. A. VERA MAE SuMMERs .... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-English Alpha Sigma Alpha. Nfl? EL..-+pLQQ..f,QIQff.Ki ...Q A H21 4,1 'Xr...!b,,,N L J.: ' 1' ' 4 V i l i I 1 .-1: ,. V mg ,A V3 'lf 1' f - . r, k...'.- - A W ' l ' ' V ' 1 'X ' - i 1 . . , el Q i I All li, .. A f -,. -. ,.. ls ' 'i,'v" I - . NORMAN j. RANUM ..... Barnett B.S. in Ed.--Industrial Arts Beta Alpha, Modern Foreign Language Club, National Guard, Phi Kappa Alpha, Art Editor 1930 Rhetor. T. E. THOMAS ...... Lone jack B.S. in Ed.-Mathematics Secretary of Phi Kappa Alpha. LEONA LAUGHLIN ..,., , Linn B.S. in Ed.-Biology Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta. MARY E. FRENCH ...... A1chie B.S. in Ed.-Biology Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Science Club, Cass County Club. THELMA SMARR ...... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Physics and Chemistry Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Sodalitas Latina, Secretary of Delta Sigma Epsilon. BERNICE GoonsoN CRAIG .... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.--English Pi Kappa Delta, Faculty Dames, Debate Squad '26. W. WALLACE STRONG .... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Agriculture and Geography Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Pi, Student Council, National Guard, Science Club, Football. EUGENE HARRISON CASEBOL1' . . . Kansas City B.S. in Physics Phi Sigma Pi, Science Club, Football. . Q--... t- . , rg! H-I , 5 lvl ,EE ll F V I I . WV l l a E. li fr li J' -2'1fQ:gc,. A MAJ- f'35QyT3a+QQ4l4 I 43 1 Y A--- ..,. -. .- . .-.Mfg F Y J' 'gf fx X-fn f, ,, ix?-5 . 1 Q H ,iv ., gy. gf, jpvuyhf J. ' 1,51.,f,,.p.f-,,,,.., Y . f V- ---f- '-'--' i --- .L--.. - -'W '----, A -V-A-V,, ---rm .Y . ---......-,. ...... --.- ...W ... ,, . , GARVIN C. GILLUM ..... Wanensburg B.S. in Ed.-Economics and Commerce Sigma Tau Gamma, Crescendo Club, Band, Or' chestra, Glee Club, Vice-President Senior Class. HUGH I. INcLisH ,..... Jamestown B.S. in Ed.-Science and History Phi Kappa Alpha. RUTH ALEXANDER .... East Leavenworth B.S., B.S. in Ed.-Mathematics Pi Kappa Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Modern Foreign Language Club. DOROTHY E. CRAWFORD .... Cameron B.S. in Ed.-Art Beta Alpha, Modern Foreign Language Club. HELEN ELIZABETH LINTHACUM . . . Ridgeway A.B., B.S. in Ed.-Latin Sodalitas Latina, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET PULLIAM ...... Adrian B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics President of Kappa Omicron Phi, Sodalitas Latina, Science Club. LOYD E. HENRY ...... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education Science Club, National Guard. J. RAYMOND HUTCHISON ..... Adrian B.S. in Ed.-History Science Club. l w I .EEE r 'er- ----W -f----- J H41 P I . x. I 'S EJ ,QI ,I 2165212 ii? ,Qf'HTiQf'MW'M"XlQC'7" ' J ii. ' ll l l 5 lf- , ik ARTHUR Lovn Cou.iNs ..... Clinton ' B.S. in Ed.-Education I Afllx' 5, . lf- i. l 'L 1 THOMAS E. CHAMBERS .... Appleton City ii B.S. in Ed.-Science sg gaiegce Club, National Guard, Y. M. C. A., Masonic X N u . l ll f ., if 1' IJ ' iii ll Q FERN WILSON ......, Maysville if V B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics ll President of Theta Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Omicron Phi, PanfHellenic, Y. W. C. A., Science Club. cf l . 1 DORIS STACY ...... Wmrensbuvg B.S. in Ed.-Primary fi ' Primary Council, Canaries. ii 3' l rl' l MATTIE SANDERS ..... Conway, Ark. PQ' B.S. in Ed.-Education i Q. X 2 LV . A HENRIETTA MOORE ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-History IL! Modern Foreign Language Club. I . f 1 5 E MRS. RUTH NOBLE MARR . . . Kansas City 1 B.S. in Ed.--English Q Sodalitas Latina, Science Club. I i GRACE IRENE BOYCE ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Kindergarten i Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Orchestra. if V. xg, ,B il l f7"""'1'Tf"""'""""""""""""""T""""""f'A"'f:'ff':t:T:i"' "T"- Nil . 1 ,iff 11.-j-V J-35.-7 I-451 ., 7. ,,. ' i, Q C .,-,, f-------.... ,,,,6.Tr? V1 , A G? "" A ri affine 7, ,, ,.l,. f ., 44.4, MRS. VEDA JONES ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Science Science Club. MYRTLE MARIE POLLOCK . . ' . Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Primary Primary Council, Y. W. C. A. MRS. R. F. Woon ..,,. Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-English Kappa Delta Pi, Faculty Dames, Sponsor of Student Dames. RAY F. FRENCH ...... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education Football '25, '26, Basketball '26, '27, '28, '3o. JAMES L. FERGUSON ..,.. Warrensburg A.B., B,S.-History President of Phi Kappa Alpha, Theta Alpha Phi, Pi Kappa Delta, Modern Foreign Language Club, Y. M. C. A. Council, National Guard, "W" Club, Advertising Manager Rhetor, Student Council, Debate, Cratory, Football '29, Track '27, '28, '29, '3o. EUGENE C. GUNN , . ., . . Higginsville B.S.-History Leathernex, WAl'NE LELAND KENNEDY .... Mendori B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education "W" Club, Football '27, '28, '29, Capt. '29, Track, Basketball, National Guard. LESTER DONAHOE ..... . Speed B.S. in Ed.-Commerce we-A +M+f's 116 1 ,W ,,-.-.-,W,7,, V i -f w..-,. . ---- A----., ,,, 'Q ,-cf - ' , fl-X . YA iw WB ,gg Ll 'EQ .... Ililif, KJ ll ll ,K -H , .. ALBERT STEELE ..... Kansas City, Kan. B.S.'in Ed.--Chemistry Science Club. ARTHUR B. WEBB ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts Phi Kappa Alpha, Masonic Club, EditorfinfChief 1930 Rhecor. BERNICE BAILEY ..... Camden Point B.S. in Ed.-Primary ' President of Primary Council. ETHEL BENPIELD ..... Lee's Summit B.S. in Ed.--Mathematics Sigma Sigma Sigma. 1 CLEORA J. Moiuus ..... High Point - B.S. in Ed.-English ANNIE LAURIE CALHOUN .... California B.S. in Ed.-Latin Sodalitas Latina, Sigma Sigma Sigma. LORENE DREON ...... Paynesville B.S. in Ed.-History OPAL HATEIELD ...... Powersville B.S. in Ed.-Commerce Theta Sigma Upsilon, Y. W. C. A. l 1 zfgi-AfY4iei'i"i Q 3 0 ,lL.eLff: efff ' , rm l - . of Q,iig1.6,ILBiE2iQliQ3fEafufigAffff-N, M I' al l :'4 ll -X Z lk 'I iffg I 3 '34 MARY ELIZABETH HAR'rzI.I1R . . . Hzmisonville l Q B.S. in Ed.-English f. ' Glee Club. 3 -3 X' A I -if .Q CARMIN DEAN ..... . Bates City .1 jg B.S. in Ed.-Mathematics ll Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Theta Sigma ll I Upsilon. l -,I Jlf A If l I A I A HERBERT C. DIavAsI-IIzR .... Warrensburg ' fl B.S. in Ed.-History -' I I f I Il ii . Fll nl .I CECIL R. Coomsa ..... Kansas City B.S. in Ed.--History - Football '29, National Guard. IV 1 li. lf In .. I I 'r F MARY PRISCILLA SHULTZ .... Syraeuse ,4 T' B.S. in Ed.-History ' LJ - Sodalitas Latina. EP-2 I . l . I EMMA LoRIzNIz Cox ...... Weston l B.S. in Ed.-Romance Languages - Modern Foreign Language Club, Y. W. C. A. f I I 1 ,ld . I. Pl jesse P. CAULK ...... Oakwood B.S. in Ed.-Agriculture and Geography 4 ,T ., - f 1 if l VIRGINIA GOLAY ..... Warrensburg L B.S. in Ed.-History 1 I Alpha Sigma Alpha, Y. W. C. A. V 'V I -lil 1 A I2 . il ? f l 1 t:l'T'C1iN::,-A .11 1--:,,'-guy. f' "iv, 'JTLTI 2543- 'Eg w,7Ig'f'T--Jf?vf.f'l:v-i " uw Y Q - I48l GRACE JONES ......, Avery B.S. in Ed.-History AMES H RUSSELL . Chilhowee B.S. in Ed.-Agriculture "W" Club, National Guard, Football '28, '29, Basketball '27, '28, '29, '3o. VAL JEAN EVERETT ..... Camden Point B.S. in Ed .-English Vic1'OR HOWARD , ..,. Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Commerce and Economics MINNIE Lou HOWELL ,... . Lentner B.S. in Ed.--Commerce Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Intermediate Grade Club, Debating Squad, 1930 Rhetor Stenographer. JAMES VICTOR TONER .,,.. Steele B.S. in Ed.-Economics and Commerce Science Club, Masonic Club, Y. M. C. A. INA HUGHES . ..... . Evevton B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics THOMAS J. CROSS ..... Jeferson City BS in Ed Ph aical Educition .. .- y' 2 "W" Club, Football '28, '29, Basketball '29, '30, Track '29, '30, Phi Kappa Alpha. l I49 Q, ' 1' fi jg, W 35'f-f'fyQ.iC-l.1Q,ISl1!Q,l29LlT ff::'AQ.af" 44 K . DAIAYL H. KANOY ..... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts Sigma Tau Gamma. M. W. Dusror-I ...... Kingston A.B., B.S.-English I ZOE BA UR ....... Warrensburg Q. A.B.-English lg Y. W. C. A. l ELLA NADEAN NEAL ...... Dresden l" B.S.-Home Economics ' Sigma Sigma Sigma. I l MARION N. DAVIS ...... Aullville B.S. in Ed.-Commerce l L DELIIEILT O. PETEE ..... Independence 1- M B.S. in Ed.-History "W" Club, Football '26, '27, '28, '29g Basketball '27, '28, '29, 'gon Track '28, '29, '30, ' WILLIAM E. LAMONTB .... Warrensburg I B.S. in Ed.-Industrial Arts I I4 W CHESTER H. ROBERTS ..... Maywood ll B.S. in Ed.-Physics Science Club, National Guard. l I . z I I. H if G. L, LLLLL., L MW--- .L - L E501 EARL L. PHILLIPS ..... Pleasant Hill ' ' B.S. in Ed.-Science Masonic Club. l JI KENNETH BROWN ..... Higginsville ' 'I B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education Football '26, '27, '28, Captain '28, M. I. A. A. End '26, '27, '28, Track '26, '27, '28, '29, Captain '29, President of "W" Club in '28, '29. GERTRUDE JONES ,..... Sturgeon B.S. in Ed.-Biological Science I Pi Kappa Sigma, Science Club. MARY FRANcEs DICK .... Warrensburg B.S. in Ed., B.S., A.B.--English Pi Kappa Sigma, Theta Alpha Phi, Literary Editor of 1930 Rhetor, Student Council '27, '28, '29. MARGARET ALICE GOODSON . . . Warrensburg B.S. in Ed., B.S., A.B.-Mathematics Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Secretary of Rhetor Staff. VIRGINIA LEE HAVE ...... Tipton B.S. in Ed.-Physical Education W. A. A. ELEANOR SHOCKEY ..... Warrcnsburg B.S. in Ed.-Music E Pi Kappa Sigma, Beta Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Cres- cendo Club. , .12 CLARICE JACKSON ...... Windsor . B.S. in Ed.-Home Economics I 'I l Theta Alpha Phi, Kappa Omicron Phi, Y. W. C. A., Crescendo Club. S' . I 1. fl E7 'fi il Ag, tct. , M 51 S , 'x r '1 f 1 , 1'!' 'M4'fi"' " 'A"i5"'A '--E7 Rr, 2 f if 3 lr W IQ 3 5 EA M QQ-- F H 9 W A E iv Q 333 ' x if P 5 N '14 N 3 Af' ff .. 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BAss Miss MARIE TODD JUNIORS lb, What makes a Junior what he is? v Three years of hectic college life, L Three years of intrafmural strife, E With English, chemistry and mathg g With physics, commerce, teachers' wrathg I With weather and librarians, in With training school contrariansg 1 With Spanish, French and Greek elections, 1: Acceptance and cold rejectionsg M' With major sports and roller skates, With history and other dates, 4 With elementary education, i 'N everything in all creation! 1 What makes a -Junior what he is? . Another year in which to be l The noble Senior that you'll see When the millenium has come, In nineteen hundred thirtyfone! 35 These make a Junior what he is. Lt V- ,,Y,,, 7 , 1 ,tm P i541 -,Log F-Tii9qif'l172 A"'4 -Mil E 1 L - RUTH ANNA WEISE .... New Franklin L Commerce A ANNAEEL BOYER ..... Warrensburg Home Economics X, Si -L Q J i ,ii 5? F FRANK M. KERCHEVAL . . Kansas City 1 JOHN MAYBE JONES ..... Warrensburg 5 :Ni Agriculture i r I V2 3 :I GLADYE GENEVA WALTERS . , , Warrenshurg - 'fr Mathematics ' 4 L W I ' V FLORENCE HorE FIELDS . . . Kansas City History L f- I ' Mas. FLORENCE HARLOW .... Lees Summit X Education i A F JOYCE E. LAIDLAW . . . . Cassville Latin F VERNA E. KNEEDLER . . . . Lebanon Commerce -. - u fi I ELEANOR LIGHTFOOT . . . . Lowry City History Y X 7' I 'iii ix , N wi if ?" -, 4' - i V im"-"-H A ' .F-air.: 'Z-41:-WW--,Fi-C' Q, -7'-,'MF--no-JT L, 1Z.+"..,.iJ - -lc-frtff' 0 3' ,,...f:'u,,,, wi, , rf xr A .-4 --.4 I 55 1 ...-..,- ..,. ,, .-.M ,,f'q,,.. 'f'J"f' 45,1 ,,-5. Nfl- ,fix fm - , '. .. I. fi - -'15 ff? ' X ,fgf -f I. --1' ve 1- - - f 4 H .. -.I f -"TM - ' I 1 4 i W -. .- . --Tim . X fl "1 .1 '39 .I'7'f'I,--V .. . .. ,X ' 'U ,ff WOODWARD W. HARTRICK . Butler Physics L. R. WINCHESTER . . . . Advance Science VIRGINIA STRATTQN . . , Lowry City Primary VETA N. DOUTIIIT . . . Warrensburg Music VERNA JONES ..... . La'Tour Physical Education ZELONA LANGEORD .... Warrensburg Ccmmerce MARTHA HALLAR .... . Holden Mathematics RUTH FREUND . . . . Warsaw Music CHESTER L. JACOEY . . , Centerview Chemistry JAMES L. EVANS .... Hale Agriculture 212T"'f'-'M'-a5'7fn"W' '7f""'1"M'-"W'7fmf'w by 44 ,V ., ,A , , .,,., .-,,,-...-l, ffm ' ! , 0 x l Y 1 I In ,E ,- ..,.. -ITN. 'X,,ir.,f.,,if , I 9y1f.235'Q , . 1"' Q3 . , . Y, 12,11 1 . gf- ,B i i - r I 1 5 ,i DWIGHT L. MUTTI ..... California Chemistry and Physics 'E -l i 3 FRED C. CRAP ...... Warrensburg ' Industrial Arts - l I l l 1 AGNES JONES .... , Warrensburg Commerce l l MlLDRED PIERCE .... . Richmond l Commerce Q HAZEL LUNGREN ...... Norborne l Intermediate Grades E 3 i ESTELLA COOPER .... Warrensburg 5 Home Economics S l F CHARLOTTE M. SCHMITT . . Pershing i Biology l l CAREY D. COEEMAN . . . Cowgill Art I ' EUGENE MALONEY .... . Odessa I Physical Education F l l l g JOE R. ANDERSON . . . . Plartsburg 3 Physical Education 5 S i l """f.'fffT.7f"i E W' 'ffiff Llmfii' 4 ... x, ,- K J- suv, I 57 I A 45 , L, STTEQ 'K' he Rh ra to I' MADALYN HOLTZEN ..... Smithton Physical Education COLISTA DIBHL .... . Butler Music DON Essic, JR. ...... .Varrensburg Commerce Jmwn Loumz ...... Washington Physical Education ELIZABETH L. TANDY Q . . . Sedalia Latin LUCILE FULKERSON .... . Waverly History NoaMA E. POWELL . i .... Wd17CHSbU7g Commerce Vmcmm Bam-rv . . . . Warrensburg English LUCILLB Mniuuclc .... . Kansas City Physical Education Ann-A LUCILLE HAM' ..... Centcruicw Intermediate Grades S P ' "-'- fi -1 5412! C J :sf-Ef1w:mg f X' E581 -,ffgvwfe The Tihe 1101: A f f CARLIINI1 CLONTS ..... Warrensburg ' Primary . BBATRICI: WILSON ..... Warrensburg Physical Education PAUL MCKEEVER ..... Kansas City Physical Education WILLIAM P. Kimzs ..... Richmond Social Sciences GILACI1 F. PULLIAM . . . . Lathrop English MARJORIL GILLBLAND . . . . Eldon Commerce NATALIL V. TODD ..... Warrensburg Commerce ELIzAaIz1'I-I ANDERSON .... Green Ridge Physical Education IIzIzNn ALLEY ...... Lee's Summit Kindergarten OPAL Hicxs ....... Hollister Modern Languages I N41Qlf.:X-ft ,ikdiwi .ji N, gigltwg ' E591 R J f il L l 1 F gl 1 i ' ,x i . . A 1. :. ' 'i if ' 3 FRANK W. JARMAN . . . . Pittsville . ' l X W Agriculture . ' -dr li ,L A, . 'mf its .ll fl " EZRA D. GRACE .... . Warsaw if - ,I 4 English Vi MARY LLL CHANLY . . . . Warrensburg l H L English f l MLLDRLD MILLER SMRALR . . . Warrensburg if Science La fl fl lv l 5 .all xg, WALT WM. REWOLDT .... Kansas City ' E I Physics lf. c 2? .Ji ,f gil . , -H l ROBERT H. CLARK ..... Warrensburg , l' Mathematics i, 2 ll 2+ l 31 gc ' gy Q Lois WILLIAMS .... . Warrenslmrg if 1 English 'Q ' li . ll f , I l lf i 1 l Qi RUBY HIERONYMOUS . . . Scdalia i ji Science uf 1 S' Y J I EIJWINA GIBSON . . . . Warrensburg .Q Art 'all , ll .l, 1 '- M wg. -.ll lf? ,- ,K L I HELEN LUCILE JONES . . . . Independence History f .3 li. ,ig , I . 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Tuscumbia tl English I' if LETA HousER JACOBS . . . . Versailles , English il V- JACK REDEORD ..... Warrensburg . Physics fy: E ' 6 ARTHUR WILEUR BRADEN . . . Harrisonville f English i fi LELAH BELL BRIGHTWELL .... Gilliam l 'J' Commerce x l 1 MILDRED TUTTLE ..... Blue Springs Music HELEN HART ...... Eaglesuille ' Home Economics l, l 1. FLORENCE M. BLowERs .... Warrensburg F English .F 'I M. ETHEL HARRIS . . . . Greenwood A l f Commerce R l l Yi l MADALYN KEEFER ..... New Franklin ln, Physical Education if li fx V fri! ll R 5 l 1 qi .,,,,,,,,, , ,,, -,-..,M .... W..- , ...-..-..-,..----- az .. 1 if - 4 A--V------.. -' 4: R. f ,mfr 1 I iz if1J'Qgl'l if J Lf'-. WY" ,L. 'i 1, 51, f+MwaWewv M21 . L ...Nu ,V ------L.l.,-Y --?- .V LT, - A -fe rree e A gr. ,W .M L-,,,,,, W, ,,,,....,... M-- I 1 jr X ' if-I il ,Tir . I ., MACK D. CRISSMAN .I . . . Green Ridge Modern Language li .41 LINN J.SCHOFlELD . . . . Warrenshurg I Economics J MARY CROCKETT . . . . . Warrensburg ., Q1 P History il HELEN FILE . . . . , Richmond , ' Primary -l .1 ALICE KATHERINE GRAHAM . , Warrensburg ' ' L Primary . 'I LILLIAN CHARLOTTE SCHROEDER . . Marshall l' English ll l S- E gy? I 4: J -v., I 1 V HELEN SWISHER ..... . Slater Mathematics l I Q KATHERINE MCDONALD . . . Urich 4' Science . ' I I ff 5, ii A! BYNUM H. REDEORD .... Warrensburg :ff Q, Physics I II , l FRANCIS IVIATLOCK ..... Warrensburg yjl English Y is ' I El I i 3 1 5 ti I ,Q "'i""' ig ' 'L i"i' IJ -f-A L. kg, M31 X 1 x 1 X Vi, ,I L f x , ,..,., V 3 1 V WILYRED HENRY SCHROER . . . Sz. Charles Mathematics I 'x GLENN E. MARREY . . . . Warrensburg ,, Science Y i' BLANCHE POTTER . . . . . Warrensburg Primary 1 .N . l CovA ALMEDA -IEWELL . . . Hamilton Home Economics ' " A! X L, 1 .U MARY JENNETT . . . . . . Kansas City i .5 Physical Education 1 .r 4 'T 5 31 -.ii I 'I I . MARY LAURA TUCKER . . . ElDo1ado Springs 5 'I Music 5 'RX E 5' it 152 IX VERA WlNDLER'ROMBACH . . . Warrensburg ZH . X u Mathematics 2 f 3 3 :gi M i CHARLENE MARGARET PEAK- . . . Warrensburg SN Modern Languages 'sffpi le CHARLES A. REPP . . . . Centervicw jf Physics . "ii LELAND E. WALLACE .... Warrensburg if Agriculture W ,N 1 3 4 1? X1 i 251 r ,V 2 ii .--W if I .L 41617. f is ,Q n ,, --,, 641 If 5 Pi' 1 the mme hor N L Ross E. TAYLOR . Agriculture EUGENE SNAPP . . Chemistry MARY ELIZABETH RAlLsEAcx . Home Economics LAURA YELTON . . . Art il HELEN SCHABACK .... Commerc: 5 1- . ll F f- RUTH ARENSON .... . Economics and Ccmmerce Kansas City Warrensburg Hamilton Warrensburg . Weston . Sedalia CHARLOTTE joy ...... Richmond ' Kindergarten l STELLA FRANCES FIELDS .... Warrensburg Commerce ELMER L. CHAPLIN ..,., Appleton City Commerce ALLEN M. JARMAN . . . , Pimville History res s F , ORLEY B. IMES .,.. Physics HAROLD WILSON . . . Science HELEN Woon . . . English ALICE E. LEWIS .... Mathematics MAGDALENE DonsoN . . History PAULA FAGAN .... History ELLA E. Dow . . . Music Warrensburg Fortuna Warrensburg Harrisonviile . Kingston Kansas City . Sedalia MARY GRBENWALD .... Falls City. Nebr. Modern Foreign Languages WALTER A. GATES .... . Urich Physical Education Homin C. Hour .,... Warrensburg Science 1 v-. .L rm . I 4 " sw 1 3 I. My ii 66,5 ., ,. it I 1 7 V , Q Si 4i U 4 M f f" jf vi ,. :P it X in . YI Ai! i fi is K i j l. s ' v J, ' r P 1 , R U., , 9 , fr ia, if ' i i . 1 4 w A 5 X s 'H ALTON E. HUTCHINSON .... Warrensburg Economics and Commerce JACK B. WILHXTE . .... Sedalia Economics and Commerce jo IRENE BROOKS .,... Warrensburg Physical Education GERTRUDE ANDREWS . . . Biology EARL CAMPBELL .... Industrial Arts JACOB E. FRY .... Agriculture HELEN FRANCES HUGHES . . English BERNLCE FICKE .... History GREGORY LEFEVER . . . Biology TOM HAGEMAN . . . Economics . Alton F ristoe Stover Blairstown C hilhowee Stover Dexter ffsvl -r i 1, in , is A fl "-13T'f'2fT 'g'1fMr'iffMrrf , qi A A , f T"'h""'- --77' A - - - .-Y- -- .v,Y-- -.. 1-.....,,1.., ........ ...,-,..f.. 4 ' IE: l fr" if RALi-ii Aiiuu .,... Warrensburg X History ll- W. DAVIS ,.... Warrensbiarg V, Physics gh. I ELizAni1rii Wnrrn ..... Harrisonville ' ' ' ' Music l , 1 Lorrnz BonizNiiAMinz .... Warrensburg 5 Hcmc Economics x , W il . 'lk' MARK D. S'rAMi-s . .... Pleasant Hill qi Foreign Languages ig Kl!NNl5'l'H L. Sur-man . . . Guthrie Center, Iowa 31 English l Ky Y JEAN jomzs ..... Warrensburg ll- Commerce Qi l - i MARY Louisu Smiru . . . Van Buren, Ark. . Primary If 5 Louisa MAY ...... Wancnsburg J Education l Mus. FREDA D. MEANS .... Shell City if English F J: 3 fi N, li l if ll ' 2 - l l l L' "M ' ' - "'-, Y .4.g.- ,emu-,.,, V """ - - 'I 3 Us -4 ' nfs: Lx, ,gg it , lfiifiiig ggig fE:T'::fT'iA,ij" -1 4-. xl i U3 I ltr' ji ii If i l I Y ?gfil:4fxe1'gNeif""fQ -' , X L F? I 4 f GILBERT HAYS .... Commerce ,-,Q I A. w IV W JUEL WARDEN . QT Histcry Ei T ELIzAIIIz'rII Wl1EELER . . . Home Economics , VIOLA FAYE Ovansrmzizr . . il History 5 il l 3 I MILDRLD Couivrmzv . . . Primary '15 il Y PAULINE COSTA .... if Foreign Languages in l W P: . . I :L I 11 V 3,3 HOWARD H. DIzvAsI-nm . . . ie Mathematics i . lli 'L JOHN E. BONDURANT . . Science K 4? Ki ilu H, Bassm GRAUEL ..... W- : Home Economics If VIRGINIA POWELL . . . 5 I? II Q 5 Latin 5 I li K- .,., -L is is L EX 1' j'3-,rx ,NN Y L .Ji '1::7:.:i.... . XJR..- Jn, .' H- ' X '- "Y V . Versailles . Concordia . Waverly . Green Ridge . Sedalia Lexington . Warrensburg Warrensburg . . Hollister . Holden wewmofwf L L ,.Y N... . ,.....,.k A K,,, I ,. E691 W. ,. M. L. DAY . . . . , Cl-zilhowee Chemistry EILEEN DUNHAM .... Warrensburg Primary DEE MCLIN . . . . . Holden History F.-xv HUDNALL .... . Oak Grove Education GEORGE ANDREW HESTER . . . Warrensburg History X ...,--,,-i-- ..., -- ,... ,M.,.WM,- Em, E ,W , iE,-M,,WE E ,E 3 "NA i"' 4 -1 f- A VG ' vAV"7Qf+!? Sn- ' - V .J ,f , K f., A , fx, 1fEf:ffWA,,,,,,,,J-.,,-Jw E701 . -, . , z..-, - ' .-,-.-:,..4::!: igfififi. .' 'fb f:.'-:!.'1'Z'1'1-in 4.o.'., .--n-...1 H .-,....,., g Qu.:-'. :grjf2f.3 .. , .. . 1, Z.f.'q,' 'fu .' ,'-.1 '.'..' mv.: ?....:.. l vs .. . . . --, .' vii'-.1.' -. QI -Q- -. 1 '. if.. 2 --. 7' OPHQ CUCDI2 the Klxe to r Phillips, Hatz. johnson, Glass, Oglesby, Timberlake. OFFICERS PAUL joHNsoN .... . . President FRED TIMBERLAKE . . VicefP'reside'nt CATHERINE OGLESBY . . . Secretary :SAM GLASS . . . . Treasurer SPONSORS DR. H. A. PHILLIPS MISS JULIA HATZ We have now finished the second lap in the great race and we are just ready to enter on the last half of college life before catching hold of the handrail of the graduation band wagon. In activities on the campus, social, athletic, political, and scholastic, the sophomores have played their role. Our carnival dance, our Easter cantata, and our jolly Farmers' Day, have been tremendous successes. What is this strange elation we feel? Perhaps it is justifiable pride! ll 'ifzeais ,,L. "' Iesse or .-.f1j'?"""""""'-"'3.,-f:,.r,- , - L, I . I ,ss- l -f V - --' --A 1 0 X '-f-Flea Wyse... xr' S l72l I ' , 1 'Q' ff ' f jyf 5 Q-'nil ft. e If 5 " --Lfrigj-al C 3 , I I V ELSIE BRUNE , , Independence ,431 GEORGE P. RUSSELL . . . Sedalia L MARY ROTIIWELL . Warrensburg I X1 C. U. WILLIAMS . NINA BARTHOLOMEW -- MAx REAM . . I Harrisonville - Warrensburg Warrensburg . 11 .Ik X -I QI L W ANITA Doclc . . . Kingsville X ff X VIRGINIA SUE BROWN St. Louis ' MARY LOUISE Dow Warrensburg , I Az X Y ' my MATIE HOWE BURRIS . Warrensburg i NORMA OEERHELMAN . Wellington V F NELLIE FRANCES HOWERTON Kansas City W. I SI ily .JI K MARGARET ELLEN SMITH Kansas City I QI' 1- of FRANCES E. REMLEY . . . Waupun, Wis. MAELE E. ARMENTROUT Warrensburg If ' xl ln. X IRVIN LAUGHLIN . . . Linn 7. ROSALIE MILLINGTON Harrfsonville PEET DAVIS . . Warrensburg MY 'II . T? I L ii -1 I ' ' X DOLLIE NAI:-INE WILLIAMS . Sedalia 5-1 W JOHN L. COOPER . . . Lexington 3' NA BESSIE PRIEST . Warrensburg I , X 5. I CI EIR If 3. .Q 4 238 , or W , It L, ,,.,4,,, L. 'I J :rsIifQ.L1,:Eg"3 0 55.1. L45--h A if I73l ffm K . ,prix I. IMOGENE JONES . WALTER T. MALLOY ITA MAYE JONES . THEODORE 0lHARA FAGAN . HAzEL A. MCCRAY GLENN W. STAHL . MARY BELLE TRACY HELEN STEPHENS . ETHYL WEsTERooIc . VIRGINIA DAVIS . ORA LEE HART . ALXCE GWINN . LOUISE MORLAN . GERALDEAN BETHEL EvELvN PHILLIPS . CHARLES W. OGLE . La'To ur . Piedmont . Deepwater Kansas City . Cowgill . Kingsville . Slater . Sedalia . Houstonia Pleasant Hill . . Warsaw . Falls City, Nebr. . . U1icl1 . Warrensburg Pleasant Hill Kansas City MILDRED JETT . . Slater CHESTER W. ARMENTROUT . Warrensburg OLIVE LAWRENCE . . . Butler SAM GLASS . . . Kansas City LILLIAN CHATHAM . Wanensburg Tt:.,. A ' """"I"'A ' 'W' f U l E X HTl'lp'fi3'--,Y .-'frfvgfi'-., . x. ff" - S S I-Xt' J "".4FG...Lif"' J V . X MILDRED REBECCA BIGGS JAMES HILL . . . MRS. LAURETTA STRONG WlLLlALl F. LYNCH ESTELLE DAVIS . . FREIJERICH L. TIMBERLAKE ELIZABETH LAY . EDNA M. KIRCHER . . Odessa Kansas City Warrensburg Kansas City Blue Springs Kansas City . St. Clair Pleasant Hill P 'v-- -A I EMILIE MARTHA KRUGER . Marshall Ruth JORDAN . . . . Eldon RACHEL BRENNEISEN . . Jefferson City VIRGINIA RUTH REID . Warrensburg IRENE GOLDIE SMITH . . Butler MINNIE HUGHES . . Richmond EDNA MARY KNIPSCHILD Hardin PAUL JOHNSON Odessa GLADYS MEYER . . Lexington MARVIN A. POWELL . Warrensburg FRANCES JOHNSON . . . Slater JANICB COLLINS . . . . Warrensburg MARY ELIZABETH RENOE New Cambria If lr - ----4,1 151 I li JI I I 2 I 5 I 2 I i ! l l I I I I F I Z 3 I Q 5 I, I 1 l I I I I l l T l li I Q l J ff, if 111 :ta I1 fff3I,r'1"f is l 1 :ll -..... . 1 ,,, .. I l. A. , ,rg ' 1. lr Il 1 l XI .xx l f F- l LY If 3 I ff if I lr! I-, i. l fr. l l 1 fi. V I K if 2 I T , xl, les 'ls fi ji If T L he rx helm, E ALICE KATHRYN ELSIE . CIIARLES M. ARMENTROUT MILDRED OTTO . . EVERETT H. SMITH . . LUCILLE KATHRYN DUKE . JOSEPH MCC. WRIGHT . ELIZABETH RICHARDS . TILLIE DALE STROTHER . MRS. CORNELIA IMEs . ELEIE EDITH JONES . DOROTHY HULSE . . MARTHA TODD HAYNES ELSIE M. CRONHARDT . GEORGIA ALICE ZINK MARY BLACKBURN . . STANLEY MILBURN . . FLORENCE H. FOSTER . WOODEORD SARGENT . FRANCES LEE BROWNFIELD ALBERT A. HAMMOND . MRS. MAEEL BILLS . . Mineral Point . Warrensburg . Hamilton Centerview . Sedalia , Richmond ElDorado Springs . California ' Warrensburg . DeWiz: . Warrensburg Lees Summit Knob Nostcr Knob Noster . Weston Warrensburg . Knob Noster . Montrose Lees Summit Warrensburg Sweet Springs re A I 52 www l :rj +4 5 ' I an II -El -2 3 ll Ei 3 l 3 .ff -ji H Elf if 'Cixc Rue for Q3 ww Af- 5 , GEORGE BOBBITT . EDNA KELLY . . WALFRBD A. JOHNSON EVA ScoTT . . KENNETH CHANDLER . RUTH PUGH . . MARY MONROE . KATHRYN Moss . . MINNIE MURIEL AMES ALBERTA LEE WARD CLARA HAEEL WELLER BEATRICE BETHEL . NOLA MAE JONES . Domus HINIGER . . TEMPLE DELL Goonwm E. LELGHTON LANDES CELEsTlA ELLEN HAYES CLARENCE E. DUEEER MARY ALICE HILL . MAURICE PETERSEN . FRIEDA WATTENEERG . Montreal Independence Ironwood, Mich. . Odessa West Line . Gilliam . Camden . H allqville Warrensburg . Blairstown . Warrensburg Warrensburg 4 . Kingsville . Independence Excelsior Springx ,,x X,- X? X xxft N 3 E Warrengn rg . . Bqga x . Cole Camd, S x' N' s s - -, .xx tx R. L . X v Kansas'CizSv . Warrenslqug . x X I ndependbnce C f f-- Q, I V 4 3 ,dQL ,X 3 .Jw xnkbfg . X1 N Q0-3?-Y? :I-emi A RP TW U. I f W -A' I' X " 7 'VXA V His- Iiliwx, :W 'ik 13 LL'A":J9 IZ .jg-gi gffjjg. if- L, 4 l I A , -, '. LLL" .111 .,., , J, i 1 l I 1 I ,. I 9 ' Al 5 Q .......,-...,. ' I 1 ,fi l ex . . wg Tu, I 'U nun MARY GENE FAULKNBR . Warrensburg Illdialhpr, 'I MILDRED MILLS . . Franlqelay fy-pw I.. Sud, , MRs. Doaomy HOUSTON Barnet: If--A lm.. ui II 1 ,MI : RICHARD H. HACKNEY . . Lamar IRENE BEEGHLY . . . Peculiar lf R. L. BROWN, JR. . Warrensburg Ig 1 If T lI I ' CLEDA M. SPILLMAN . Amszenflam 'g ALBA TANKESLEY . Cross Timbers ,Xb SALLIE GERTRUDE DAvIs Higginsville J l I I ! MARIE ESTELLE DAWSON . jamespon I KENNETH E. ALLMON Smithville l i HELEN JENNINGS . , , Fosrer l I A l Ilvtr l I I li I MARIE BLAEER . . '. Eldon lv' MARY BUNCE . . Fort Wonh, Tex. If l RUEY MARIAN ALLEN . Sweet Springs ,, , lfll ilf FAVERO LOUISE COSTA . . Lexington ,, SUE MITCHELL . . Independence f , MELBA CONNER . Warrensburg l ,K I lf if ELIZABETH BURR . Odessa l I HATTIE SCHMOLZI . Boonville I CATHERYN OGLESBY Warrensburg I F ' lf l Ie I II 13 I 'Il I I I EL l78J IDELLAH HOLLEY . MILDRED JAGEMAN MARY LOUISE BROWN PHILIP S. GOULT . PAUL SCHONDELMAIER MARVIN SKY DOUTT IRENB JOHNSON CLARK FULLER . LELA STARK . IMOGENE HIGGINS . ALINE VANHOY . EVELYN HODGES . EDWIN T. MARTIN WALTER H. LOELAND HERBERT PATTERSON HATTIE FRANCES HOUSTON . ROY E. KBETON . . . THELMA T. FRENCH MARY HARRIET Roo? LULA FI.EETwoon . OPAL MAE REED . . Fristoe Wavrrensbuvg Warrensburg Kansas City H oustonia Independence Warrensburg Warrensburg Lowry City Warrensburg Greenwood Warrensburg Sedalia . Peculiar Warrensburg Higginsuille . Roscoe . Archie Warrensburg Owensuille Rich Hill 761 P ? in 'Is x -..' E , f,-,YL 5 QT!i":xx,c-u43ELi5FT.?ii?J" gg I I Y T ' I ANNA FRANCES WIDMIER . Braymer I' ' l DALE VINCENT BUSH . Warrensburg EvA M. PAYNE . Warrensburg W, l I l E X HARRY T. HUME . . . Powersville MARY ALYCE BUTCHER . Blairstown if Lovn ELLIOTT . , . . Holden II ' ,f K lf I GEORGIA STRATTON . Warrensburg ff AUDREY G. SIMMONS . Grand Pass ZELPHA LAND . . Warrensburg J I T. I . HATTIE ELIZABETH HENDERSON , . Otteruille X ELLEN FARMER f .I . . Platte City A HELEN ALISII AMCQUITTY . . Chilhowee MARIE CALHOON . Warrensburg ELIZABETH Dow . . Warrensbuvg ALMA LUCILLE WINN . Warrensburg RICHARD T. STAHL . Kingsvillc GENEVA M. KARLSTROM . , Joplin ROBERT HAUCK . , Pleasant Hill l ORPI-IA MAE TURNER . . Sedalia CECIL HARDIN . . . Clinton MAELE BANE CASE Otterville IL l , ll , ff' .:,E1B2f'xf Eiefrfzgij G yy, pf f -.IEE--J Q ' l 80 1 '-'Rafi'-v-t2 .- lingua 2 F022 A I. J. FISHER . . MILDRED JONES . . CHESTER W. Coouocn KATHRYN BRYAN . MABLB MCCLUNG . MILDRED SPRINKLE . HOMER REED . PAULINE MANN . MAURICE SHIER . BERNICB HAMPTON . MINNIE HARRING . LUCILLE BRICKEN . ARTHUR EGGIMAN . MARY LEE JOHNSON . DAN SAULTS . . HALLIE MAE WELEORN FLORENCE HALDIMAN . LOUISE ROBINSON . ' OLIVER RUNDLE . FAY MAzE . . FRANK ORAM . . . Peculiar Warrensburg Warrensburg Warrensburg . Speed . Collins Knobnoster . Holden . Weston . Mayuiew . . Holden Warrensburg . Leeton . famestown . Urich Knobnoster California Lee's Summit Warrensburg 3 Poplar Bluff l Leeton E811 i I f. I V fiIC"' -A A, if - f if Ez I ' I. j. FISHER . . . . Warrensburg ,JI MELBA NOREEN CONNER . Warrensburg H 5 GEORGE W. BROWN . . Warrensburg rl l QI-A1 YE I C 2 f1ELEN SOAPES . . . Independence i FLOYD W. TUTTLE . Blue Springs I MARY GREENWALD . Falls City, Nebr If . . :E I ,l ' FRANCIS BERNARD PREuss . Holden ELLEN E. RILEY . . . Enon, Ark. N ' CLARENCE JONES . . . Lowry City f-be . f I W I' 0' - i ,l NORMA COLLINS . Alpena Pass, Ark. f Q ELMER KLEIN . . . Syracuse I lf Q MAUDB HARTSOCK . Deepwater I .Q JM-1 0.v 2 I 5 i ' h BYRON PADDOCK . . Warrensburg LULA MAE PoI.I.ocR . . Warrensburg ' DANIEL P. BEALs . North Kansas City +I l 5 l 1 Ll 4 1 J E 3 -g I lx ll 5 Y X - ' -"-' CW gk' 4.5: 'W' - -f-A T4-T44 qw, , . . Y. U A rszesisasrfsf e -1 - I821 E I 1 Y I 1 Yi X A , T we T' A I L, U L. A A EfP311?lE,!iI,Q 12mz,I A A f hm Ag . . ...L---.-,., ,M MM, -W,--,--.,-,.--,,,,w,,-,-,..,.........---.....- .4,L -,.- .,.. --..-.I,L,... ,,......... x ? ,N I ' -I I. I W Ili WILLIAM TURNER . . Windsor xi RUBY ANN MCCALL . . Foster 5 PERRY J. Grass . . Hume -3 I Xe il A' if Q il MARGARET MILLS . . , Sedalm A , f . Y GALEN WAMPLER . Warrensburg 'ik bl w RUBY MARIAN ALLEN Sweet Springs Q 519 " A 1 in ' ' fl 5 g ' If I I W JAMES AMEL ATTEEERY , Rockville J: JZ. RAYMOND WILDER . . Sedalia 3 ' 'XV GLENN SNIDER . Independence f: ' Q X 2 in f I Q if E I' 1. -if MRS. LAURA CI-IANEY Warrensburg 31 J. HERBERT SCROGGS . Warrensburg , q MARY ALYS WELCH Sweet Springs , 'Q I- I? If I l 5" -fix J, X ICQ, I I S I Il -2 ,X JOHN ANTHONY GRIGGS Warrensburg Ifllxyi lx i BESSIE BALLEW . . Centerview Ii -" C. B. MEANs . . Shell Cizy I I ,L Ig , K . I L W i , 3? 1' I 31 I My I I fi I if 'ff Vs' sal W fair ,T I I, 1-W E X Q I4 f I 9, A A fi gg,, ' T1 . -I I, -A-3 34,Q-3-H'-QTfffff-ff:frT'fjj'ijf"'i' ""'1j .::4,:: ., V' , ,,-ati,-,W ' X-.1--..gg lviq E 0 ,-1 , .L Ju, MI - i831 F1 w K. Apizx f N . VI yr, S I I ,BE f 2 Z5 is ?. . r I 84 I Freshmen, r ,,- Hosey, Edwards. - Kirkpatrick, Roselle, Thompson, johnson. OFFICERS . BERRY THOMPSON .... . . President . FRANK KIRKPATRICK . . VicefPresident A ' MARTHA Rosarua . . . Secretary ' MILDRED JOHNSON . . Treasurer SPONSORS WARD EDWARDS Miss GERTRUDB Hosizy With the completion of its first year, the class of 133 has taken its Hrst and most difficult step toward higher education. The freshman year is the year of trials and train' ing for the greater things in life. It teachers the Freshie that in order to be successful in life, he must acquire good sportsmanship and the quality of real concentration. It tests his ability to accustom himself to the conditions and traditions of the college quickly. Those freshman who survive this year will form the backbone of the college for the next few years. They are the future hope of the college, and there are many promisf ing students among the supposedly "green" Freshies this year. -R. H. i861 'I 7 1 NL T scifi 151112 tm .Q r flaw ff 1. 4. L A WOODROW W1LLIAMs . Higginsville Q ERMA Hoon: . . Higginsville Q CLYDE STANLEY JOHNSON Warrensburg NELLIE ALExANDER . Jamestown MARY LOUISE GALLEMORE Salisbury FONTAINE WAKEMAN . Odessa li ll TOMMY ALLEN . . . California OMA ALBERTA WILLIAMS . Syracuse ROBERT C. HARMON . . Odessa j sr. 1 ,I HELEN H. BOSTON . . . Mendon PAUL MILLER LOONEY Creighton REBA ALICE FORBIS . . Ashland GREGORY CoNNoR . . . LaMonte 1 ' ELDA MARIE FLENNIKEN Carthage HJELMAR R. ANDERSON . Plazrshurg ELSA ELIzAEETH HOLKE . Hico, 'Texas LEONA E. DAVIS . . . Roscoe MARY NADINE FISHER . . LaMorne 1 4' MARIAN IRENE CONOVBR , Carrollton BESBIE H. TAYLOR . Brownington ALMA MARIE SHELTON . Garden City I H Wm . LVJWS Z A , ' I' 'r Y: Z? v' Y .1 .Q - lx ll! "' L .a . I i , A i 1s"'5-Y?-I ,f.r'xr'-.1 , 3. Y-vm ,,..... -A,-,. ?, f , T 4 ,Q I Lili-e-A-filsfflzwfh R RLLL f,lflffllfTQ1.?Ll-?"l33lf?.9L1f-4 'ti 1 ELTON MAE FLUTY BERT E. CHRISTIAN . Warrensburg Windsor ELSIB LEE PECK . Stockton NORMAN B. GALLAGHER California MARALEE STILES . . Warrensburg STANLEY C. TILLER Warrensburg v'3ZC- xy 'D' Warrensburg SPRUCE . . Lexington LUCILE BRowNs . Buckner LUCXLLE HURT . . Beaman LAWERENCE HUNT . Blairstown MARGARET RUSSELL Chilhowee MILDRED BURK . . . Butler LILLIAN LOUISE SAWPORD . Smithton RUTH GERBER . . . Versailles WILLIAM H. Buss . Fristoe ZELMA STEPHENSON . Warrensburg THOMAS KELLER . Platte City GENEVA MABRY . Odessa CHARLES LEE GATES . . Urich MARY BUTLER . Waverly l--.ff --W A- 7- l --T , ,fYi:::u-I-'lzlggf-Qifxja .., K.,-'-ni:ffQ V V 1 q 3 0 4, ISSJ I lf ' ' 5 z A I f Y ' V-5 ,. T l1'2,B,l3 QE 0 IL, I- , L , lf. 1 , JOHN Woon . . Warrensburg IRENE MCGINNIS . . Kearney 1. l BURDETTE BUSCHMANN . . St. Louis l ' X ix I ' ' ' LYNETTE KAPPLEMAN . . Waverly I 1 MILDRED BURKE . . . Versailles ' A, if MARJORIE LOUISE SAILOR . Malta Bend KRW' C I .I , EDNA PAULINE COOPER . Warrensburg "' GWENDOLYN WEBER . MARIRUTI-I LEWIS . I . 1. I ,I NETTIE MAE DOWLER . . LESLIE HOLIDAY . . . VELMA MARGARET L. HowsER 4 PEARL BOOSINGBR . . . ' JEWELL LUANNA MAE ELLING . . VIRGINIA CAPPS . . . EVA PAULINE McCoRMAcIc . ANNA MAE TALLY . . LOLA JUNE SCHROCK . . 4- 1 ARTHUR TAYLOR . FLORENCE GRovEs . I HOMER ATKINSON . l I . Kingsville . Creighton Sweet Springs 'S Warrensburg . Birch 'Tree . Holden Sedalia Montserrat Concordia ' Bates City . Urich Richmond Warrensburg Centeruiew kt , P lr V ". l89l r 'I L 1 in . 1' I V '-9 M Ifffff Eff- 1' A - 1- rAEf?'ii..,-lsl19,RlfQKfQ E' ' H ig -. I-W ----I-.--.....,......-...... .... ,....,,,..,...,--...., .. ,, ... ,.. , Q, ,, 7 W 7 -.,,..'y ---M-,iff-1 .Y IL, ,.. I IE-f . I H I A I MARIE J. AHRENS . . Cole Camp KIYOMA HIGASHI Pakola, Hawaii JEWELL ADAMS . Independence I I EARL M. BROWN . Green Ridge MARIORY HATCH . . . Drexel ,T WESLEY W. WALTERS . Knob Noster Ii' X ,. ff MILDRED ALLEN . . California K CHARLES W. GIBSON . . Uriah HAzEL Lois FARRAR . , Osceola N . J ibn 5 , I HERBERT S. ALLEN . . . Warsaw MILDRED PEARL SMITH Mt. Vernon, Ill. CLARK HAGEMAN . . Galena, Kan. I I -. MARTHA FRANCES Coox . Sedalia 4 ' ELMO DILL . .. . . Warrensburg HELEN WILEORN , . . Sedalia If W JACK LANDES . . Warrensburg WANDA PRUSSING . , Warrensburg , JAMES RYAN . . . Warsaw I If ISABEL FINNELL . . Sedalia ' VOYAGE R. QUALLS . . . Desloge I EDITH LAVINIA PURCHASE Green Ridge Ii V, I? I Q I Kg. , gh i 1 493. 'T E' ' ',.gg'T """"f"' """"' T- . I T-..-- 4 .:......,, ,ff ' f -Y A --A f ju,14:T?A,3L,1::+-N1fbN,,2 S. ,,.,-gli, f 1 q 3 G kgf:::.Jx, i901 win E-ffi IKM? if 0 I' vf l l f SADIE PAULINE TOWNSBND ENGLAE ROOP . . NELLIE NORA RUPPERT . ROBERT OGAWA . . HAZEL IRENE LOVELAND FRANK R. IVY . . . Donornv E. Moomz . GRACE LOUISE COPEHAVER LILLIE MAE Hook . . IOLA FAYE DOUGLAS . MAXINE ALSOP . . BERNICE DOHRMAN Doxxori-xv Horan . WILMA STEPLEN . . HELEN W. McConM1cx RICHARD HATA . MILDRED DYSART ELEEE1' PETRE . LEORA LEE CALDWELL . J. W1LsoN Frsx-mn . HELEN V. CARPENTELL . . . Nelson Warrensburg . Centerview Hilo, Hawaii . Merwin Warrensburg . LaMonte Pleasant Hill . Hamilton . Hamilton Warrensburg . . Stover . Weston H arrisonville . . Hardin Hilo, Hawaii . Dover Independence . Leeton Warrensburg Prairie Home J' 2- bi 1Tq 3 0 ff-:.fwxL 9-T ,, -r XF' -F441 I 'the Rue tori Z.,- ,...i,. ..'?'-' MARGUBRXTE KLUTZ Clinton VIRGELEEN MAY JAMES Centerview WINIERED PERDUE . Lone jack JOHN ROTH . . jamestown CLEO MAE SEXSON . Creighton MARVIN F. KINTZ . Nelson MILDRED RAEEETY . . Wyatt BLANCHE LUNSFORD . Blairstown BEss C. SHAFER . Rich Hill ELIZABETH ARENS . Montrose LEONA BELLE PETTY . . Tipton ELIZABETH PORTER . Amovet MARY LENORA MCBURNEY . . Cole Camp LUCILLE ROACH . . Warrensburg MILDRED IRENE LONG Braymer ALFRED Louis GATES California MYRTLE H. RINGEN . Hughesville GEORGE HARTZELL . . Hugo HELEN LOUISE DUNCAN . . DeWitt GERTRUDE WAUGH . Chilhowee KATE DUNN . . Warrensburg 7' le ,mx J - - . f, , , 2- gi-Dxnrxr-46 E921 I- Q 0 V' N AM f ' K igggxiw I-or A l L. LOUISE WILLIG . . Chilhowce JOE TURNBOW . . . Warrensburg in DOROTHY DANEORTI-I . Sedalia EVERETT ALLISON . . Osceola ELLA CLAUDINE HUNT Lone Elm, Kan. ,, WILLIAM C. RICE, JR. Warrensburg Q, , 1 ll I ELIZABETH HAMILTON Warrensburg l WILLIAM T. FILE . . . Richmond i, BESSIE CROCKER . Climax Springs b . I EDWARD BEATTY . Warrensburg l CHARLES F. CHILDRESS . . . Archie V FLORIN C. JONES . . Creighton If 5 V' EUNICE L. BROWN . . Freeman I .' CARL WILCOXSON . . Sedalia ' JEANNE PRICE . Kearney AUGUST BRULLMAN Harrisonville MILDRED PUGH . . Richmond . X CHARLES S. MARUYAMA Hilo, Hawaii l li I 4 ERMA SHERIDAN . . . Warrensburg DANIEL DAVID JENKINS Coxton, Ky. NE ESTHER ALMA RAILSBACK . . Hamilton l l.. .3 IQ j lg Q. I'-f J- , - E.. A A . f -L iw:-..:.Jf' 'wwngf-2-1PVlXl2N!,-n?J 3 Q gif f-ev " ' 2 ,vig Q ,ffl ' fl f ' Q PM c,,f'. ,I yrjjggjulf , ju. MARGARET LOEER . . ROBERT PARKER ASHURST LORENE E. BYNUM . . LORENZO BOLTON . CLODENE HUFPMAN . RICHARD H. HOEPER . FRANCES MONTGOMERY . ALMA MOORE . . MARYETTE ELINOR BERRY MILDRED V. BIRDEONG . E. MARTHA PERKINS . DORIS ELEANORE JOHNSON KATHERINE E. MILLER . Weston . Alma Lone jack . Sedalia Cross Timbers . Rich Hill Mt. Leonard . Warrensburg . Archie . Clarksburg . . Sedalia Ironwood, Mich. Garden City I I J Q I, 'I 'I JUANITA M. SHIER , . Mayview SUSAN V. HULL . Faucet: JOHN S. DIxON Warrensburg LEAH EDMONDS . Lexington ROY MCGRATH . Warrensburg ESTHER ISABEL DUNNING . Deepwater ROBERT L. BREON . . Knob Noster DOROTHY ALLENE HOOVER Warrensburg ml? QI , A N W E -xr." i941 I I I It IE A I I I I I I, ,.I I I .' I ,I l i I I II lm I T!! I I7 If -II III II QI XII .II ,T .J II 4 'XI .I :AI 'ill ll .II W. B. SMITH . . MARTHA ERKALENE MCCORMACK . PA UL HAINES . . OPAL CRISSMAN . ARTHUR H. CLOW . BERNICE CHAPMAN . GLADYS M. BEARD . MILDRED META MYERS FRANCES W. SHEWEY F WIL MAY DANIEL RUTH CROMER RUBY MCCORKENDALE GRACE TURNER . , MARY A. ALLEN . ALTA BODKIN . JOHN N. GRIEM . THELMA WALTON . HENRI VICTOR MELVIN JBSSIB MAY WEAR . RICHARD H. JOHNSON St. joseph Warrensburg Lone I ack H arrisonvi lle Independence Grant City Bogard Cleveland Trimble Warrensburg Deepwater Lexington Warrensburg Green Ridge Warrensburg Warrensburg Platte Ciny .I Alma Otterville St. Louis E P I N P L-..--p. 1 5 Q LA7lA'lA -'Diff' ' i " " "7 Y l Il 'I 5 ' ' co ' X Uni!" QfiQ""?'mXf5A" FF' 15 I N, f,. A l' ,, -r- -V 'A L4 h 'fb v 'J l .,-Aj ,- ' ,' M- . . I 95 l ' R 4 '1 T! -I-auf Yvgq, J 1,oJ,f na' V I. , ' , V if-N 1. H I I 8. I : 6 ,W . vi: A 1 , 'V' D ' gr' A '.,,, M . A f " . - - - ----M.-- ww- VYY. .--...--.. ,,..,. , 4 '- -. s lg D 5 Y- - -- - - Q -E yr, . .. ,, 'ftYNl,,--QpQ,4..Q-,,::I.. Ki-.. ,' 1 nfgy , fp I ' . 5.2 , 5:3 K ac, - 1' ' 2014. W5 Q 'N-441 5 .HX JAMES EDWARD JAGEMAN . . Warrensburg f MILLIE A. SECHREST . . , . Holden 3 rl CLARK RITOHIE . . Harrisonuille ll ffiflzam -' ' , , SARAH MARGARET MCQUITTY . . Chilhowee 1" X N l Y ' , WILLIAM Ross BODENHAMER . . Warrensburg ffl l "1 1 ADAH LOUISE MOHLER . . . Wavrensbuvg 1 1 f 11 r, , - A .fiffukl 11,3 N Q all Q , L, KATHARINE WINGATE . Oklahoma City, Okla. - fl LEONA THOMAS . . . . . Dekalb W GRACIE HAYNIE . Miami ' ij l O34 2 Ronu1E T. HOLMES . ,. . Lowry City ANITA MARTIN . . . Elden MILDRED JOHNSON . Grain Valley ' l l AL My 4 ,. fl ' -7 'f Q I K MARTHA LOUISE ROSELLE . . Wavrensburg 2 'i:"- IW RUTH L. FANCHER . . Benyville, Ark. M M DOROTHY MARRSBERRY . . . Blairsrown 'hw' 'll T 'H MIRZA THOMAS . . . Warrensburg ' 4 JOHN ROBERT WALL . . . Blairstown 5 I ELIZABETH MARY STERNES . . Clarksville K 1 l. Al . HARRY JAMES PARK . . Chilhowee ? MTLDRED REED . . . Lexington v - HBRSCHEL RISSLER . . Sedalia " l , 3. fp fl' -4 N ll ll 5 W' lin l -7 E EY in DV M-.. --.L L .- , ,,. --,,,, , ,,,--,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, .C !.5f'.Mf,, 'RR' , ,, 41, A-lywfg fgyjg,,:,:.,Yqf-, -,ff L i, E961 " G' GG'44"'M-3.1 A V f ii A 1 , i ,L " ':, KM. 'Q Q ' LY' sim, ki ALL! yll- 'Axff -'W ' N-11" I ' 4 3, L5 .2 ix f A- ,. gs A v INEZ MARIE CHASE . Rich Hill BLANCHE GREER . . . Mayview MARGARET H. SHELTON Grandview BERRY THOMPSON . Kansas City LINA SIMPSON . , Russellville LOYD BURLL CARLYLE . Kingsville ANNA DEE MATLocx . Warrensburg DORA TWIEHAUS . . Levasy L. HELEN BROWN . Lees Summit ITYLENE LOUISE GOTT . Kingsville O. RALPH RENNE . Kansas City VIVIAN BUCKRIDGE . Gower MARY MARGARET SMITH Smithton BERNIEGE MOORE . Harrisomlille FERN SNAPP . . . Windsor MILDRED SMALL . Marshall MARGARET CRAEB . Rich Hill LYNDA Lou PUGH . . Coffey MARY Louise STEPHENS . . 'Tipton FAB VAN BLARCUM . Centerview VELMA EDNA FROST . Gallatin 0 ly W L, ,, 97 R? 'S l S r , ff" . fill? K 1112 l'?0.1'f - f-ju , flzggfi VINCENT ALLISON . DESSIE MAE CI-IUNN . EARL A. COOPER . ANNA KuRzwEIL . . Osceola Richmond Pleasant Hill Grandview JOE FISHER . . . . Ufich DELLA MAE RAMEY . Warrensburg NAOMI FRANCES SWACKHAMER . Urich ALICE M. THOMPSON . Deepwater LEOTA VIRGINIA KIDWELL . . . Leeton IRENE ALTA WALKER , . Harris GRACE Wooo . . Malta Bend SYBIL E. VOGEL . . Tipton LOUISE EVANS . . . Leadwood DEEDE BURN ARMSTRONG . . Odessa BARBARA PARVIN . . Plattsburg MERSYLLA HAMRICB . Montrose VICTOR FOSTER . Warrensburg LEONA ANNA Ho'rz Grand Pass J. HAROLD HIGGINS Independence VERNA POLLOCK . . Warrensburg D. RUSSELL ZIMMERMAN Plattsburg I ' , Y -7: JOQJLLQ-L X. Q .I i ae- A ibh e ' - , Q . ' , 'af ' LL-4 xk"'l':Y" ' 1 q 3 0 l??4'ffif1'u-E3,If"'-.Q::ff13l'w44.P"?TR..1'N-.-l.f'4"i' I 93 l l LELLA AMY GRAVES JOHN ANDREW WEBB GLADYS GRIFFIN . JOHN C. MAXEY . MAEALEE S'ru.Es . . LAURENCE MAUPIN ETHEL MOYER . . CECIL M. THOMAS . FRANCES OLIVER . LYDIA STAEKE . . REVEA TUCKER . . GEETEUDE Momus . FRANCES HUNT . MILDRED TOALSON . MALA MIDDLETON . J. C. DANIELSON . ANNAEELLE LONGLEY . DUDLEY SA urfrs . HELEN INGEAM . 1 ' ZW l . Centeruiew Warrensburg . Sedalfa . Montrose Warrensburg Warrensburg Warrensburg Lone J ack . Higginsville . Wellington . Cowgill . Smithton . Greenwood . Urich . Centerview Independence . Rockville Knobnoster Latour ELMER HARTZELL . Dggapuwillg Louxsn C. LOBBAN . Warrensburg l l -S,,,,1, 1-:M -sr, Q 0 ,.fkf:.i :Eg-:?,t, - Qfjfqg, ...rN.L::lf E991 ' Y Wf f J 36125 rnQ,1a,rQar,1ii4 XQE2f R f FoRREs1' FOSTER . MARION EVANS . ALMA MOORE . VIRGINIA MAE GR1ER NELLIB IRENE DELAY NELLIE MEADOR . CHARLES BusnEE . ADOLPH B. STALLING NADINE BARNE11' . MURIEL WOLEE . KATHERINE MAZE . JAUNITA DEMoss' . JAMES HENRY KESSLER J. EDWARD DUNN . . . Hardin Chilhowcc . Warrensburg . . Gower . Odessa . Grandview Oklahoma City, Okla. . . Wellington . . Urich . Grand Pass Poplar Bluff . Grand Pass . Nisland, S. D. . . Uriah .J Nbvaf 3,17-"-'rfxg 0 f' --k '-xrf- Ii 1:1001 3 ' 1 Ji vi -ffl-gli K It 0 Rf Q 0 P gm A A A A is L E L Qt Tl - A , ii EA J N l ,Il FRANK B. KIRKPATRICK . Post Oak n A CARROLL Luo Daw: . . Holden 'Sl A A 'T A Q , ' V X w ELIZABETH Lo'r'r . Gower ' 3 x VLRNA LOUISE OTT . . Sedalia 'J 5. Ki - - rgr I. L' MELMAB LEA FITTERLING . . Warrensburg A Lois JOHNSON . , . . . Sedalia b La .5 - K i , wx' HOWARD A. LINTHACUM . . . Ridgeway k 'AV ff WILSON Hours . . . . Warrensburg Hz: CLQRLNL BECKMAN . . Strasburg Q NBLLIE HYLAND . . Marshall eg? 1 f 1 1 ' s MADLLINE MARIE ALLEN . . . . Odessa A 5 CHARLINL ALSOP . . .1 Warrensburg --,at , 7 I . 2,7 N? Z IA: ' sl ,K LADY jun GOLLIDAY . . Otrerville ! OSCAR CHANEY . . . Richmond my X 42 -in J owxf f A+ I 101 I The Rue tori - x l O Y E N021 'iii -fi,-11. : :-'-15--2 S?-:, 1', .......'-"":-..::T"'....':::.-:--'-f1' SN-L-mflll f 'Ti f""iT:.f.',zv '--f if ,413 V' 11, K f":M :WF NJ' 'Q A 'F A Al ! 'Q' x , , X . 5,4 'fa ty U , ,-N- . fp ,, " 'xl X ' ' In L ff-f qu' If K " ia' V , , 'f f :te 'fy M I . XX I in "X 545 I 9 J I -I U- 44" 9 , gh! by N, ,. - , k L., W ' Y. If-' ' U. m W 3, :Q 1 'f fm " mf? I' ' 5' mf' ' ,, '33 Q, f AW: . , ' 'N . .z '- , 121 I 1 'Il Y. L' ' 3 ,,f ..,:5i i , W , ygh jcuhlp t .. ' .':f', ' - ' -l--- ' -'ft - ' J W .YQ .Q-716. , 4.-9-Ygfjkf f.-' . I, , ' 'Q YL- X ZL . he I . I . 'mn HY.: .- ' X Y - - ...f,- f. J Q' df '-"f Uv '-is - - 121 ' ,.:'-f Q vi U 3-N ' V I 12 ' . 1 "e, -U A '43 ' J b l. N . f y - . 7 K A 4- ,- 1 Q ' ' ' ' ' ' 1f"f+ ?'F" - A " W' -QA 7' " X7 4 gee:-5 E. NW ' ' - , I ? x I "W if T X A 'N -' S' A. . fm 'Hip H sgkfq K.. K W f ,lf f v ""' ' f ' ,N I Hi f s- L I swim, .QW , , 'f X ' ' V 4, ' 'V ... '- hay ' M K X Tix , 4 HX ' W r: ' ff ,QA A 5, Jrumvx' , ,-,LM W' wh lFf1"f. , - I ll ,, I f f . X, 4 2 'Fix ' , I pqf vahfwuh W 95 ,3. f- ng' V ' r ' " ' X- ' ' x ' 5' N: 9 Jw- " M IM 'Y f-QV' ' X U I 46' L y R ' 1, ' X ,Q fu . .Q f +L' N , ' . . ' I Q, - ', PM 2 ,- .- " - """' ' ' 1 1 'Q Shldznl pub Lmahons . Q QULQJK 1112 .Zi Q11 f r H - R A --W. xg, TI-IE193O RHETOR ' W. E. MORROW . ARTHUR B. WEEE . . , 1' JOHN B. COEB . . . A. C. W. LANGENBERG . . MARGARET ALICE GOODSON lg of MINNIE LOU HOWELL . . JAMES L. FERGUSON . Ra- MARY FRANCES DICK . . K 'E ELizAEE'rr-1 FARMER . 1 NORMAN J. RANUM . ri 1. L Faculty Advisor . Editor-infChief . Business Manager . . Treasurer . . . Secretary . . Stenographer Advertising Manager . . Literary Editor Assistant Literary Editor . . . Art Editor iii i JOHN W. CROCKETT . Assistant Art Editor JE rf A Xl D Since 1905 it has been the custom of the Senior Class of Central Missouri State if Teachers College to publish an annual with the intention of preserving against the future ji il I something of the life and spirit of each year's activity. The Rhetor has become a tradi- W, i tion. Its publication comes to each Senior Class, with the honor and responsibility of- fl "Well, there's that," said the Literary Editor, discharging a sigh which would il 1,2 have startled a less intrepid staff. 2 "Will that do it?" she asked as she handed the last sheet of copy to the Editorfin- iv Chief. if I ' ji , "Suits me," said the EditorfinfChief without reading it. "O. K. with corrections then," said the Literary Editor. li' ' i! "Check," said the EditorfinfChief. ,, :l liz 55 il 1 n 5 Check 'and double check, said the Business Manager. if li J ll' J "Hell!" said the Art Editor, who had just smeared paste on the last cut. "ii lj "x!E:?Sx!CEBCExE?CEx," said the Advertising Manager, absently taking up the chant. 'L 'L The Treasurer cleared his throat, but at this cue, the curtain, which had been wait- ing, made a timely descent, leaving the Staff to their respective states of mind, if any. if ' . L, 3, Zi.-:-.-tg.,'.:?55'sC.2-:. . 1 q Y ixsx I1041 TI-IE 1930 RI-IETOR STAFF Cobb, Morrow, Webb. Ferguson, Ranum, Dick, Langenberg. Crockett, Howell, Farmer, Goodson. f105l v iii The mmm - , l TI-IE STUDENT The Student is the official publication of C. M. S. T. C. It is issued every Tuesday of the school year by the class in journalism under the direction of Prof. Ben R. Craig, with Joyce Laidlaw as Business Manager. The Student is a charter member of the Missouri Col' lege Newspaper Association. Besides mirroring the life of the campus, The Student informs former students and alumni of the happenings at Warrensburg. The Student has a circulation of about 1,800 during the regular school yearg however, in the summer term the circulation is approxif mately three thousand. This newspaper has a large exchange with other colleges, and is sent to a number of high schools in the districtg thus it serves as an advertisement for C. M. S T C. 5 .u . Q . i Bdualllon Ccniml Mluourl , ' for . Y Slale'l'enc:ller1 Service ' College - f-Af - -- --- -- V ---. ------ Y. has-A-Q-.1 - ss. -C . 41. . ........-.-.. -.. .--ah if, 'Van-xn ' ' ulmwrlu lu-1:11. 1-vnnu. nm uv 1. mn wmv: u ' i - f- 1.11 ...M-.usfif--ans. ...H-. , . .. .. . .. ...AU vm., mf lllflmln ,""""""M M,8A.'l'lll'l.Al! MUS Y. lf. A. FUNK! 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C., recognizing the inherent right of the student body to govern itself and believing there is dignity, justice and honor in student government, have provided for a democratic, representative group to assume individual and community responsibility for student conduct and activity which is not strictly academic that the spirit of cofoperation and unity may be promoted in the Alma Mater. The Student Government Association is the organiza' MAX G' GMP tion of the entire student body, with an executive body which is the Student Council, composed of three representatives from each of the four classes. The president, who is elected by the Association, is a member of the Senior Class. The Council means much to every student. It is responsible for the printing and distribution of the Student Handbook. It is the medium through which student opinicn is expressed. It furnishes the best possible training in citizenship. It has been the pleasure of the Council always to co-operate with the administration of the school by putting forth every effort for the welfare of the school and its students. OFFICERS ' MAX G. CRAP ...... President CHESTER JACOBY . . VicefPresident PAUL JOHNSON . Secretaryffveasurer Strong, Kirkpatrick, Thomas, Smiser, Ferguson, Langenberg. johnson, Repp, Jacoby, Fagan, Thompson, Timberlake. ,lei-f x-f' A- A Li191i'eiC..i"-'L-5:k'T M 51071 r k M- x 1 l i 'J A X i Z fa if .i v . 1. it 4 f it ff A We l -+ A L ff, .f Q " ' 2 . or ' to W' ae, Q, i :Q to i 2 7 PAN-l-IELLENIC 3 in 5 ' OFFICERS lf" .. 5 ANGEL Ii-mic, Delta Sigma Epsilon . . . . President l it i THELMA DOZIER, Alpha Sigma Alpha . Secretaryfffreasurev L 5 Miss ANNA G. HARRIS, Pi Kappa Sigma .... Sponsor 3 5 A PanfHellenic is an association composed of representatives from each of the five l education sororities on the campus-Alpha Sigma Alpha, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Kappa ai A Sigma, Delta Sigma Epsilon, and Theta Sigma Upsilon. Each sorority is allowed to have fl l X three representatives-an upper classman, a lower classman, and an alumna. E23 .,, 4 ' The object of the local PanfHe1lenic Association is to regulate rushing, pledging Q and other matters pertaining to local sorority life. It is also intended to promote a better ' ry fits understanding and cooperation among the local sorority chapters and to encourage them in taking an active interest in all school and college affairs. 5 -ii f 'E 'ix l :il ii I W ' Ni X 2 lx ii" a in Y gg U ' il' A I I i f 3 ai li i gs ii l fj E5-i 5 l ei' 1 J., li B 'Q Wilson, Otto, Hull, Heberling, Powell, Smith. EN Q? I lhrig, Hulse, Haynes, Courtney, Dozier, Crumley. Qixl ii f r ii lg li " ' s a Q ,, -fcaaffifgdf ofcqgrgflig'fi1-.-T.A4L'f.-fa, as V--J'Q'f, A - ' 'H"7T5ii VCU:-YCiJ.C.A The KUQEOD .R I Y. W. C. A. The Young Women s Christian Association of C. M. S. T. C. is an organization for the purpose of uniting all the young women of the institution in Christian fellowship During 1929 30 the Y W. C. has been very active. The inspiring meetings held each Thursday afternoon made for a stronger feeling of religious devotion and a greater development of Christian leadership. SPONSOR Miss LAURA RUNYON COUNCIL VIRGINIA GOLAY .... . . President il MILDRBD SPIuNIcI.Iz . . VicefPreside-nt J' Gnivraunn DAVIS . . Secretary ll OPAL HIcIcs . . Treasurer I. E CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES HELEN SwIsI-um DOROTHY Hoovna LoIuzNn Cox VIRGINIA BEATTY MARGARET SMITH MILDRBD O'r'ro MINNIB Lou Hownu. I I l If W Ni . . 4 saga ag3..e3fxJL . L1101 tt W4-he M , -, ' 1 , Q 1 'V 'sf 4'Y ,-1 W - "X 4 I 1 f1..1-f.,e 1 . - QLIU? lsr 11 -nf 1.4, me Q mf. wff f ' 1.x.'1J :if . NJ K : ' 'Z ' " , li-12, Ng, ,ff :jf asf L Q,-. lg Ky '-Iv Z1f"lixJ ly :iii La' K - ,,, ,, in, ,U-Q 4 ,..xl Q, V,-VV -,Q-.M-I I ikj-AH,,""A"T 'it' ' " 'Lf.'1ff,:L'ff'l-'ff! -"' nmggfpl M , x Af V. W. C. A. 1 1 I V l ' 1 in Y 1 1 l l i Y i 1 l i Hicks, Davis, Golay, Sprinkle. Howell, Otto, Hoover. 2 Smith, Swisher, Beatty, Cox. l l l l V L11 f- ' 1 1 I1111 YMCA FLOYD WORTHINGTON ALFRED LANGENBBRG ODESS L. ATHEY . EZRA D GRACE . . MAURICE PETERSBN EDWIN MARTIN . . CABINET . . President . Vice President Secretary Treasurer Oficial Announcer Newspaper Reporter . . Chaplain JAMES FERGUSON HAROLD HIGGINS ARTHUR CLOW JOHNNY BONDURANT 'fx 15 1,110 Rhetov The Object of the Young Men's Christian Association of Central Missouri State ,p Teachers College is to unite those men of the student body and faculty who desire a lj Christian fellowship for personal growth and development and the enrichment of life. Through this association, men receive training for service in college and in their respecf . Q1 il, tive fields of work. l The local group is now a member of the National Y. M. C. A. and is affiliated through the National Council of Students Association with the World Student Christian Federation. MEMBERS l JOSEPH WRIGHT EARL COOPER Ross TAYLOR CHESTER ARMENTROUT FLOYD TUTTLE WALTER LOELAND STANLEY MILEORN ROY KEETON CLARK FULLER PERRY HUTsON EDWARD DUNN JOHN L. COOPER PAUL M. COOPER EMBRSON L. SIMPSON JACK WILSON MAX GRAI' JAMES V. TONER THOMAS CHAMBERS WILLIAM BLISS CHARLES REPP FREDERICK TIMBERLAKE GILES SHELTON 3' A f'bsQ'Lf'v'- --dye 1 ef -iff ' -J - V 51123 V. M. C. A. Ferguson, Langenberg, Athey, Worthington Grace, Petersen. Martin, Higgins, Clow, Bondurant. y "Sew--V '.....T . . ',..,.'1' ' f1131 fYl"Ufwefii'3ff1 - ff-e to Tl-IE Rl-IETOR What is a rhetor and why is a rhetor? How many have read our Rhetor without inquiry into the meaning of the word? About a hundred years ago Grote, in his History of Greece, said: "Themistocles had received no teaching from philosophers, sophists and rhetors, who were the instructors of wellfborn youths in the days of Thucydiclesf' Obviously then a rhetor is a teacher, and the name becomes especially appropriate for the annual publication of a teachers college. Webster warns us, however, that a rhetor is "an orator and not a mere talker." But Grote uses the term rhetor cofordinately with philosopher and sophist. Now philosopher is defined as one who lives according to the rules of practical wisdom. That fits the teacher. Chaucer further illustrates the like condition of philosopher and teacher when he says of the former: "But al be that he was a philosoplwe Tet haclde he but little gold in cofref' The word sophist is also used as descriptive of rhetor and that is a reflection- or is it not? We think of the sophist as a false reasoner. And would not that exclude them from the list of teachers? Plato opposed the sophists because they took money for teaching. One meditates on how much salaries have increased since Protagoras taught for money. But Plato and Socrates gossiped about the sophists and that would hurt any teacher. Now if we may return to Themistocles and Thucydides I beg to remind you that the former lived before there were rhetors. Themistocles missed a great deal. Or, did he? He had no teachers, no degree, no sixty-hour diploma. Was Thucydides greater than Themistocles because he had a rhetor? Hear the following statement from another rhetor and philosopher: In his Stones of Venice Ruskin says: "There is not at this moment a youth of twenty, having received what we moderns ridiculously call education, but he knows more of everything, except the soul, than Plato or St. Paul did, but he is not for that reason a greater man." Our Rhetor stands for education, but is'aware that the value of a graduate is not established entirely by the grades he has made. Our Rhetor also stands for efficiency, good character, and joy of living. E. L. HaNDRlcKs, President. '3w:..-ff' r , ' 1 6- 0 ,,,,' L--ffxmn V-,rw-1' gi'-ff-IQ: JA? P1141 -iH13?.i7ffZ?ff-j W Q WW Z ,f-,sa 'ltl 3 5 S W f '4 -"fu w5 KllQQfITlfMiXXwjJQ XX 'UI ..:'.'.-,,--- . .. . - sz- i'.-21.1 -531:-'itz-a L-'." '," J ff'-',. . al'-:I-. . X, A A .3 :-.-. ,. ,4:j,.j1,,q::Q-j.jg,:,3'5p:,,-1 S 1---2-Ifa.:'rig-!Js?2f:EP251313-'fL'fE:-ffff-4.3-'f-iff-: . 1 -- :':. --::-:.54,-.-.. ,- X ' :f'.g'. Hat'-'5:5x:g5:'.1 5313 .L .15 .. ..-A -P ff: 1-'ix + f' :-:- f asf- 1,.','.. ',ff.,.:T',',,f.'.'.,' f -. - ..'-. -3-- - , .1 ,-,-yo-,I-. x ,,r.-- --,,..-,. ' '--' 7 ,'. J' 1 ' -'--r'.v":---'..--f- - g ' ' " Q'-1,52 --.':- 3-.j -:J Xxy y ' .-f ::','ji::-5g1:'5.-.ifI-Q . I . . .,. I " :in - l. -1 wie 2 M" Eff: .'F-tniuiiilr. 31 " Q '::.'.Z:1:-J -5125: ,f2':'f,:..Fj-gh'-'J . .'- Q ,. Li:-'Q9-.Z .- - 5 ,:'-J5.'.2:'."- 1- Eff-'1'J:Z-.1':l-'1'1?- 1' vi! ff' : 13 :-W. 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'11':E,h:: ".,'Qf:, ..?f ,.5::.'.Z' - "FG-2335:1:-'-1:.+-P'-.ri 'lien-'J-:-:2':-.1H?-'.h 'ff j:.-5'4'5g--1:-T 5-55?-,g..' fiwgi'-?:'q,' a Ki fs-5 ' ' f - ' " "' 02? - , Z3 5 i CLUBS ...- Y THE MASK AND WIG CLUB The Mask and Wig Club is a dramatic organization composed only of Freshmen. The purpose of this organization is to create in the student body a greater interest in and a stronger appreciation for dramatic art. This is to be a permanent organization in the college. Besides the plays presented in meetings, a onefact play was given in assembly during the winter quarter. The name of this play was "P's and Plans are made for another onefact play in assembly and for a fullflength play to be given for the benefit ofthe club. The officers are: HERSCHEL RISSLER . . . President KATE Mfxzrz . . . . VicefP1esident MARTHA Louisa ROSELLB . . Secretaryfreasurer ' .Uh 51161 f'.. KMA? as Q is ,.., . 1 s ir. Q fi fi N 5 Q in ,, ir .-7 4 ,r E25 3 L-7, l fl Ai ,. ll: Ji. ll . ft.. Pfam I . .A l r .Wu ll I if i H Q' I iii ' an lil lp 2 XI, ,, l 1 X Q I? I .gl I - 5 gl. U l. I l 11 ' 1 KT .li 5 Q W - 9 li 1 if 'rl A-- ... s'fffMswWmM'Qm 2 llt?.llel3.9E UE? .R5tsigj1.iQPig-.4g11..ggigi1 SRI SCIENCE CLUB Since the Science Club was organized in 1909, it has had each year a larger number of members. The membership includes the science faculty and students who are major' ing or minoring in science. The purpose of the club is to further interest in science. The club meets on the second Monday evening of each month. The meetings are open to the public. At each meeting some subject related to science is presented and discussed. The discussions are for the most part nonftechnical. Each year the club brings to the college one or two speakers recognized as leaders in some field of science. This helps students and faculty to keep in touch with the mod- ern aspects of science and creates greater interest in scientific work. The success of the club has been largely due to the increasing student interest in science. OFFICERS DR. W. C. MORRIS . . . . President ALBERTA WARD . . Sec'retaryf'I'1easu'rer .-QL.. A W .... .. .--ffa is l11'71 f l I MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB OFFICERS GERALDINB STIIATTON . , President EDWIN MARTIN . . VicefPv'esident Lois WILLIAMS . Secretary ALICE GUINN . Treasurer The Modern Foreign Language Club is a new organization on the campus this year, and is an outgrowth of the Spanish Club, El Ateneo. The purpose of the club is to furnish opportunities to those students interested in modern language to become more adept in their use and to gain more knowledge of the literature, music and customs of the countries in which the languages are spoken. All persons who are interested in modern languages are eligible to membership in the club. The members are grouped in two divisions, the Spanish group and the French group. Early in the fall, the Spanish group presented "Uno de Ellos Debe Casarseu to the club. The play was later given to a larger group in chapel. I 4 ' l e -W? 'J,'fVQ 1.1. 1? I -- . . .,-r--E . , I 1-N..v..-f1..: -2-31 Mug' I l1181 fmg 5 ,,. - x ,'v E Q' K , 61 , , 1, s.rni,f . X xl 1 Y 'lui - , ,.1, -. fm, l- , ,,. , ,, .K I ,, ,., . ,- SODALITAS LATINA 6 Motto: "Esse quam viderif' OFFICERS JOSEPHINE HEBBL . . President ELIZABETH FARMER . VicefPresident Joyce E. LAIDLAW . . Secretary ELIZABETH TANDY . Treasurer Miss MAUDE BEAMER . ..... Sponsor Sodalitas Latina is an organization Whose purpose is to further interest in and to provide a background for the study of Latin. The club carries out its aim by means of bifmonthly programs in which extensive studies are made of all phases of Roman life and Roman culture. This year the organization has concentrated its efforts on the Augustan Age of Rome-a study especially appropriate since 1930 marks the zoooth birthday of the immortal poet, Virgil, who was a comtemporary of Augustus. Each year the club presents to the public some worthwhile project. Sodalitas Latina welcomes into its midst all students who are interested in the study of Latin. lf-L.Qffgw,,,. ., sm N, gf' I 119 1 ' P-, ag- P-mi5f.l39t33-ll'2i9if grfj1f1f" C. PRIMARY COUNCIL ii all The Primary Council is an organization which is composed of students who are MQ majoring or minoring in Primary education. Its purpose is the promotion of higher ideals i i . r fl r t. 2 ii of service, heartier cooperation of Primary teachers, greater knowledge of new methods gl- and material, and a more thorough understanding of this phase of teaching. l S, The Primary Council was organized in 1919 with a membership of twenty. It be' came afhliated with the National Council of Primary Education in 1924. j . if The present membership is approximately fifty. Meetings are held the second and li y fourth Thursdays in each month and are social, professional, and recreational in their nature. The Primary Banquet, held every spring, ranks among the social events of the entire year. fp .2 1 N W4 OFFICERS l j T BERNICB BAILEY ....... President Eg-T MARY Louisa SMITH . . . VicefP1esident ig EDNA KUIPSCHILD . . Secretaryffreasurer is ' lf lt? E Q lf- 5 fs. yl E lf if P la? . f , ,Q 5 ' lk: 4 Vi 1 ...,..-..-.f..-.-----W-..-.......... .,a,. ,.-..-,,,,,- mfg -.A N , ,rn 7,7 ,- V W llllfl. A - - "NT 95, 1. -Aix' ,-,tiff-..,,, -ggfxn -J-43 ,il 51201 Quit Ir INTERMEDIATE GRADE CLUB The Intermediate Grade Club was organized October 19, 1929. The purpose of this club is to further the interests of the Intermediate grade teachers and to do more for the improvement of those grades by bringing about a closer fellow' ship among those interested in Intermediate grade teaching and by gaining knowledge and solving problems through discussions of topics closely related to this type of work. The present membership number is twentyfsix and the meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. DFFICERS Mas. Mum. Ram . . President JACK WILHITE . . . VicefPresident Mas. VIRGIL BURK . Secretaryffreasurer Miss LYDA HALE . . Club Sponsor I1211 THE CRESCENDO CLUB The Crescendo Club, the musical organization of Central Missouri State Teachers College, was organized in IQ24 with twentyfthree charter members. Its membership has steadily increased and this year is thirty. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month in Professor Utt's studio. Each meeting is devoted to study of the life and works of some great composer. It is the purpose ofthe club to cultivate interest in music in C. M. S. T. C. and to cooperate in any musical event on our campus. SPONSORS PROF. PAUL R. UTT Miss MARTHA WILLIAMS Miss Louise SCHOEN Miss JEAN DBLLER MR. H. A. LossoN OFFICERS ELEANOR SHOCKEY .... . President MABLE ARMENTROUT VicefP'resident MILDRBD TUTTLB . . Secretary RUTH FREUND . Treasurer GARVIN GILLUM . Sentinel Nfgfffl -W 'Ml 'wif 'W 1:1221 , ,w -- "ax 'XMJLJ-.. -- 37-YFEUF . HULJMJII1, 4 ,. gl-A, 5 Q., :J J -x .f x fggji lr -' J., fig .. ,I fi. lf Z E .pl LL ,x K. is I 1: Ci. Sl QF l Q l , , , . l lf I l X1 I . I C, 4 E. Ie. 6 - I l l l Mr M I Yi. v r I. lb- I1 CASS COUNTY CLUB The Cass County Club was organized in the fall of 1929 with a membership made up of all C. M. S. T. C. students from Cass County. Meetings, which are purely social, are held second and fourth Wednesday evenings in each month. The activities of the club give opportunity for students coming from this county to become better acquainted with each other and with the professional problems of their county. The club is sponsored by Miss Lyla Hale, who is a former Cass County teacher. , OFFICERS WALTER LOFLAND . . President WILMA STEPLEN . VicefPresident ALICE LEWIS . Treasurer ALMA SHELTON . Secretary AUGUST BRULLMAN .... Sergeant'atfArrns C. M. S. T. C. students from Cass County: ELIZABETH WHITE LUCILLE DEALY LILLIAN WARNER MARY FRENCH THELMA FRENCH F LORIN JONES PAUL LOONEY MARJORY HATCH IMOGENE JONES VERNA JONES CLORENE BECRMAN OPAL CHRISMAN JOHN WELDON HACKSON C. W. WILLIAMS EDNA KIRCHER EVELYN PHILLIPS EARL PHILLIPS HALLIE WELBORN STEPHEN CHILDRESS ROSALIE MILLINGTON BERNICE SCHROLL EUNICE BROWN EARL COOPER BERNICE MOORE CLARK RITCHIE MARY E. HARTZLER IRENE BEEGHLEY CLEO SEXTON LOLA JUNE SCHROCK KENNETH CHANDLER ELINOR BERRY ROBERT HOUCH VIRGINIA DAVIS KATHERINE MILLER CHARLES CHILDRESS J. W. SEATON Iii L.-m...-.-O.,..l....-.-..... ......- .......-., my ,.,, ,.,,,,,-v,w,,, Mm L 'FX Qi rsf'-fa....J fleiflsaglgigx, ,... ,gy , A 5, 4 f1231 Q'1C'1S'Pfi'k11 .. A'A' if"---""f"'A --jT'?g1:y -My I U I D i -ff" s CANEARIES "Yea, Mules! Yea, Mules! Fight 'eml Fight 'eml Fight 'em!" What is it that has given our Mules the reputation of Eghting to the end? It is the spirit of courage flung out to them by the students, led by the pep clubs. The Canearies, the girls' pep club, has been active on our campus since 1926. It was organized by a group of girls who realized there was need for pep. Since its organization the Canearies has been known as a group of girls ready to back the college in all athletic and forensic undertakings. It has sent good will travelers to the campuses of most of our teachers colleges and has entertained visitors from all our conference colleges. We believe that this has helped to create a very desirable spirit of friendliness between our college and the other teachers colleges of Missouri. ff' .1 - I -,.-. .WV - , , 1325 iglligj' f n ---s .-- -f-.-,ij I1241 51.74 4 Z li 1 U A -vf iff ll i '.i 1 i .i il i I, .1 il 'v f 1 ' ji i .lil is sv. :il -il lx 32 if 1-ax lf iii il E. .I .ij j'l J l 3 ....l if , il -ii in lf.. li Q 5 E -I 4 'a K , lj? l . ,.z --- J -:ggi 3 s T, is fi 6li?'Ziiff'i-" "r'i'Nr"fz"'e-fi- fa-.. '- E' 'gmf"7gC"'7 ff' E fi.!lfEj---fQ3fw??-.,.,??..3l,3? J . lig f . , ....... ..,., ,,,,,-,,,,, ,1,,..,.,,-,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.w, ,.-,-,,m-,, ,-,,- A,,,,,, E 9 --'fr r LEATHERNEX P i V Q 5 .1 ful 5. l . V 66 EzRA GRACE . . . President - MARVIN POWELL . . VicefPresident CLARENCE DUEEER . . Secretary-'Treasurer V VIRGIL CAULK . . Cheer Leader , 'El l The Leathernex is an organization which was organized on the campus of C. M. S. T. C. in the fall of 1929. It is a boys' pep organization and was organized for the purpose 'ff of supporting the Mules in their athletic combats. Aside from having pep, a prospective j :gi member must have scholastic standing in his work and must be accepted by the club. It -- Each member must retain a certain scholastic standing in order to hold his membership. 1 . ,.- i There are at present seventeen active members. The organization has followed the Mules through the football and basketball seasons this year and hopes to have many My ,.i - i fl L 2 i more years of service. lifi 1 'fl l gl 2 l i l ' ' L., an H 'Q ga, Q l lf l l it I in l .il l j ii 2 ll T l Vit: - . , i . .... M-- .... 154-'ri-'73 V'-:X C :,fIw1f","-.X J . M,-f A I1251 fi - J .S Y J' N- 7 Y. ., -gfff .. A ,wn.,.F . C'l"Snlf'i' ' K Ayr. .fu "4 fl'i'-5 gi ,M I I A ' ---- 1 ' '. - ru- s.. z. -'w ,V .. ,, .,-. V ral, -I WOMENS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The aim of the Womens Athletic Association is to promote physical efiiciency and to encourage an interest in participation in various sports and physical activities among the women of C. M. S. T. C. To that end the organization sponsors activities appropriate to each season of the year which offer a variety of choice to all girls interested: in the fall, tennis and soccer, volley ball, basketball, and stuntsg during the winter quarter, marchingg in the spring, tennis and baseballg in the summer, tennis. Among other activities sponsored by W. A. A. during the year were the "Hobo" party for the freshmen girls in the fall, the banquet in January at which new members were initiated into the organization, and last, that occasion of which the W. A. A. is perhaps most proud, the sponsoring of the Hrst Play Day for 'Teachers' Colleges to be held in Missouri, at which were present girls from each of the other four State Teachers' Colleges in Missouri. The Play Day was so well received by all that both visitors and hostesses expressed a wish that the day might become an annual affair. OFFICERS LENA MAY STRATTON . . . President RACHEL BRENNEISEN . VicefP'resident HELEN SWISHER . . Secretary MADALYN KEEPER . . 'Treasurer Miss MILDRED WRIGHT Sponsor . as fe-.4 . cf Xs..-.,1'...x- " Q. ,AU ' 51261 GLEE CLUB The Glee Club of C. M. S. T. C. has enjoyed a particularly successful year. It has had among its number some of the best singing voices which it has been the good fortune of the college to have had for several years. Besides the mixed glee club, a ladies' quartet and a men's quartet were organized with excellent results. The Glee Club made its Hrst appearance of the season on Sunday evening, October twentieth, at the Central Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, where its numbers were greatly enjoyed. The opera, "The Yeomen of the Guard," was presented on February eleventh, and in spite of the fact that two changes in the cast were made necessary by sickness, and attendance at rehearsals was made somewhat irregular by the same cause, it was conf sidered by some to be one of the best ever presented in Warreiusburg. The club made several trips to nearby communities where programs were presented. One program was broadcast over Station KMBC and another over Station WOS. I127l I I . l 1 x . 1 I If "" ATI ' " 511.-'fi .tr l R I l All ' THE STUDENT DAMES Q' l l I ,,f li I ,, I OFFICERS l l il I 'I , -X . MRS. E. M. SIMS .... . President MRS. O. B. IMES . . VicefP'fesident l 1 MRS. RALPH LAY . . Secretaryffreasuvev IW' i ' 5.5, .Il SPONSORS l MRS. W. C. MORRIS MRS. E. B. BROWN I MRS. R. F. Woon lil. H I l , .if I 25' if in In the summer of 1917, an organization was formed, under the guidance of the Faculty ji Dames, to which the name "Student Dames" was given. It is composed of the wives . I 3 I of the men who are in school. 1 Meetings are held once a quarter for the purpose of promoting a spirit of friendliness N among the members and providing social activities for them and their families. Officers for this year were elected at a meeting during the fall quarter. A Christmas l gl dinner was given at the home of Mrs. Brown in the winter quarter. fi IO? Ii. lil Ll el i X I -pil 3 Fl 2 I .Y 5. I '3' l J I r I 128 I FACULTY DAMES The Faculty Dames, organized in 1915, is composed of the wives of members of the faculty of the Central Missouri State Teachers College. Its object is to promote a spirit of friendliness among its members, and to cofoperate with the Dean of W'omen in furthering the welfare of the institution. The society is regularly organized, with a constitution and by-laws, and with four officers annually elected. In past years the organization has done a great deal toward promoting friendship and social relations among the students, although that particular branch of activity has been lessened lately by the functioning in this Held of the Dean of Women. The society also sponsors the Student Dames, an organization made up of the wives of married students. Although membership in the Faculty Dames is not compulsory, it is, and has always been, one hundred per cent, and it is enthusiastically felt by all concerned that the organif zation is highly successful in its purpose. 7 T" ''T'1'iZt""'l"15-"ijje 1 - 's--- -N, f-Q. N' lf El. sky til 4 Lg- - .-M ,,-'f,,,,ft..- MU ' l1291 if2?iii'Ef'f 'UwK1w120v?- ' Tl-IEVMASONIC CLUB CF C. M. S. T. C. OFFICERS ALFRED C. LANGENEERO . . . . President THOMAS E. CHAMBERS . . VicefPresiderIt R. W. VANAMBURG . . . Secretary PAUL COOPER . . . . Treasurer PROE. CLAY ANDERSON . . . Faculty Adviser DR. H. E. ALLEE. D. D. G. M. . Honorary Member MEMBERS THOMAS E. CHAMBERS ALFRED C. LANGENBERG . PAUL COOPER EARL PHILLIPS M. J. DOAN VICTOR J. TONER ROBERT HOUCK ARTHUR B. WEBB PROP. CLAY ANDERSON DR. H. E. ALLEE The Masonic Club was organized january 13, 1930, by the Master Masons attend ing the college. Motto r "IF MASONIC, DO IT." GOAL--To broaden the Masonic knowledge and understanding of our members that they may be the better enabled to display those great moral, social and educational virtues which Freemasonry inculcates, to promote real fraternalism among the student bodyg to cooperate and assist in all worthy activities for betterment of our collegeg to support our faculty and strive to attain mutual understanding and singleness of purpose between teacher and studentg to stimulate the interest of Freemasons in our school enter prises and our interest in the order by frequent attendance at lodge meetings and culti vation of the acquaintance of members of the fraternity, and to be a "REAL, BIG BROTHER" to Master Masons, their sons and daughters who may enter our college in the future ZZQQQSR ,,,s..:,,-zfgfffisxc ' 1 q 3 0 5 .E A T Cs A Nnghf-ee: L1so1 II I . . . I. il :Q I -4 fi w LM f I .I J I Q, 41 5:1 A I U 7' fI7G7 W.. -nf W "Dwi, fff- Kimi". wi 53515 pe , if gi if 'A'? v no -: f ""'4' 552,573 " - V , ,. I'3:f....,I:gi.gTg Q: .,..1:.i::'gi .-.'.- 'i.i:o.11T1i.' ,i1,.I..-.:-L,4 ,. . W.- ,..-.. ..4l,'-I I I I f' Q,-: I I QI I - I K. ,gf MASQNIC CLUB I In -331 - I :I A J! il" I I+ II I W L . IIE , QI II' I I, Q I 1 II 1 , QI, I - . I 5 I It I I" I 3 I I II IQ IF' I-I IL I V I I LII I dj I yn Iii '54 III in I f I In , I I 7 i I I I EI I TTER I ,HI I 1 'F If Ial I. I ..,-I 2 I Ev X? 1 lf-I1 I5 S Ri Coofaer, Webb, Langenberg, Hauck. I fm ,if Phil ips, Anderson, Allee, Fleetwood. 1 I3 VanAmburg, Doan, Chambers, Toner. , I :Af 'rl 15? 5 L3 o,,o ,. I I M W -., 7, ,iw-A QI ef I N--M..-.-,:.,,.gi.,f.-... J' I1311 " The Knetorf 5 f "W" CLUB Men who have Won letters in athletics are eligible for membership in the "W" Club. These men by their efforts have proved themselves willing to do extra work and have developed personality and character that are acquired only by hard work. The purpose of the "W" Club is to promote good sportsmanship and to encourage athletes in C. M. S. T. C. The men strive to uphold the high athletic standards already achieved by the school, and to give this district a true idea of that standard.-J. L. F. OFFICERS LELAND KENNEDY .... . President JAMES RUSSELL . . VicefPresident JOE ANDERSON . Secretaryffrcasurer LELAND KENNEDY DBLBERT PETRE JAMES RUSSELL JOE ANDERSON JAMES LOUPE STEPHEN CHILDRESS PHILLIP GOULT C. U. WILLIAMS RAYMOND WILDER MEMBERS WALTER GATES CHARLES REPP MAX GRAF HERBERT ScROGcs GENE MALONEY FRED GRAE JAMES FERGUSON BURDETTE BUSCHMANN ELEERT PETRE KENNETH ALLMAN TOM CRoss DAN BEAI.s KENNETH BROWN 1 JACK WILSON Y' 'Q if f . ,z E I - f ' -Rav as E- 'I1321 "W" CLUB Goult, Wilson, Wilder, Buschmann, Beals. Williams, Loupe. Gates, Delbert Petre, Brown, Cross, Russell. Repp, Ferguson, Kennedy, Anderson, Elbert Petre Maloney, Scroggs, Allman, Max Graf, Fred Graf. nam The Khetor - mtg i. -lf Aww. ' E51 -- ' we If134J J 7 4. fy E E. Kinsow- Suroriiies -Ewlternities . I .., . . f4f. ,Vg I ALPHA PHI DELTA If., YQ , . In-, 86 TE I' ML- I YE mx I Junior Honorary Sorority Sponsor MISS GERTRUDE HosEY 151 gf FACULTY MEMBERS ELIZABETH CALLAWAY Mas. FANITA HOUTS ' ANNIE G. HARRIS AMY RooP il GLADYS Goss MAYME HARWOOD 'ii LUCY BALL PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS E 5 LOUISE MARTIN Mas. MAUIJE C. NATTINGER lg 7 E l A OFFICERS Q AGNES JONES ..... . . President GEORGAIA STRATTON . . Vice-President ll p JOYCE LAIDLAW . . Secretavyfreasurer Membership in the Alpha Phi Delta Honorary Sorority requires at least thirty hours of college work which meets the necessary standard. Girls who have seventyflive or iii more hours are not eligible for entrance. Personality, scholastic attainment and ability Jr for professional service also help determine a girl's admittance into the sorority. 'z 1. A. II? Alpha Phi Delta sorority is an outgrowth of the Phi Delta Delta honorary sorority, the first honorary organization to be established on the campus. lf Alpha Phi Delta was first organized in 1922 at the Teachers College, Cape ll Girardeau, Missouri. Beta chapter was established in March, 1924, at Central Mis' souri State Teachers College, Warrensburg, Missouri. TE The sorority maintains a juvenile loan library for rural schools. This library is gil composed of the complete set of books which have Won the Newberg Prize. rl . . ' -T-...?4 A.fQ Q Q R--' Q ' lx . I136 J ALPHA Pl-II DELTA Warner, Jones, Ihrig, Mary French, Costa, Gwinn. Williams, Cunningham, Heberling, Powell. Winn, Schroll, Hebel, Owsley, Kircher, Strong. Armentrout, Geraldine Stratton, Schmitt, Alexander, Binkley, Beatty. Ward, Laughlin, Smarr, Tandy, Goodson, Laidlaw, Hart. Otto, Harlow, Calhoon, Lena Mae Stratton, Means, Georgia Stratton, Thelma French Summers, Collins, Walters, Westbrook, Moore, Freund, Dean. M311 ,Q A , ,c,i-cs The Rhetoric, A as KAPPA DELTA PI Q' z .' fi? ' . M OFFICERS OF RHO CHAPTER GBRALDINB STRATTON ...... President JOHN COBB . . . . VicefPresident BERNICE SHROLL . Corresponding Secy. RUTH ALEXANDER . . Recording Secy. LEONA LAUGHLIN . . . Treasurer ELIZABETH TANDY . . . Reporter f PAULINB A. HUMPHREYS . . Counselor FACULTY MEMBERS E. B. BROWN C. B. HUDSON E. A. COLLINS W. E. MORROW GLADYS Goss MAUDE NATTINGBR PAULINB A. HUMPHREYS GBRTRUDB Hosnv CTau Chapterl ANNIE G. HARRIS LYDIA HALB MAYMB B. HARWOOD MYRTLE DowNs Pans. E. L. HENDRIOKS AMY ROOP Kappa Delta Pi is the National Honorary Educational Fraternity. There are fifty' live chapters located in universities and colleges throughout the United StatesQ with Rho chapter at C. M. S. T. C. The fraternity fosters the highest ideals of social service, and to this end encourages high professional standards, and recognizes outstanding work in the education field. Only those people who have given evidence of interest in social service and whose scholastic standing is in the upper quartile of the institution are eligible for membership. For several years Kappa Delta Pi has awarded a scholarship to the member of the Sophomore class who has the best scholastic record and who shows promise of profesf sional service. The frequent meetings of the fraternity serve to bind its members more closely in fellowship and to give them opportunities for mutual help and inspiration. l - , L-T--ff r I Burg A-sf 51381 4 KAPPA DELTA PI Strong, Schroll, Goodson, Wood, Athey. Lena Mae Stratton, Hebel, Owsley, Shockey, Moore. Crockett, Ihri , Binkley, Smarr, Cobb. Tandy, Laughin, Cunningham, Geraldine Stratton, French I.eFever, Summers, Alexander, Beatty, Langford. I1391 ' r X aamvff- 'ffl hor, 'Si ' 5 Pl-II SIGMA PI PROP. A. H. WH1TsE'rT, Pittsburg, Kan. . . i NJN H ' m f? 'I l NATIONAL OFFICERS FRANK ALEXANDER, Nashville, Tenn. ..... . . President CARSON GREEN, Kirksville, Mo. . First VicefPresident PROP. ELL1s K. FRYE, Peoria, Ill. . . Second VicefPresident PROP. L. N. PEASE, Madison, S. Dak. . . Grand Secretary Grand Treasurer . Grand Counselor l, PROP. R. F. WOOD, Warrensburg, Mo. . L, . lx IS LOCAL OFFICERS JOHN COBB ........ President il: CDESS L. ATHEY . . Vice-President I EUGENE SNAPP . . . Secretary l GREGORY LEPEVER . . Treasurer 4. ll FACULTY MEMBERS DR. E. L. HENDRICKS DEAN W. E. MORROW DR. H. A. PHILLIPS DR. E.-A. COLLINS PROP. F. W. URBAN DR. W. C. MORRIS PROP. R. F. WOOD DR. G. W. STEVENS PROP. A. C. MORELAND Phi Sigma Pi is a national honorary fraternity for teachers which was founded at C. M. S. T. IC. in 1916. It is the only national undergraduate educational fraternity in the United States. The purpose of the fraternity is to foster educational advancement and professional ability, not only through the association and cooperation of its members, but through study and training in the various fields of educational endeavor. The outstanding event of the year is the Founders' Day Banquet, at which annual occasion the fraternity bestows honorary membership upon a distinguished faculty member. At the last banquet, held in the summer of 1929, Dr. H. A. Phillips presented a most impressive address on "The Value of Research," after which he was welcomed as a member of the organization. -K1 .-.fc I1401 I PI-II SIGMA PI LeFever, Cobb, Athey. Strong, johnson. ' Clark, Caseblot, Caulk, Langford. Jacoby, Simpson, Stahl, Snapp. , . ,,,,-.-,, w-of X a as -A ru 5- V-. .. V-..,g,,,- f,.,,,,-, ,. .L lf141 1 'fhll TQlj2l10I'.f on l , I KAPPA CMICRCINI PI-II G2 Ko SQ? J Motto: "Prove all things and hold fast to that which is true." FACULTY ADVISORS Mrss JULIA HATZ ,Mrss ELLA GROENWOLD PATRONESSES MIss GERTRUDE Hosrzy Mas. W. R. COCKPAIR Mas. H. A. PHILLIPS LOCAL OFFICERS MARGARET PULLIAM . . . . . . President ELIZABETH PARKINS . . . VicefP'residerIt FERN WILSON . . . Second VicefPresident EDNA AVAUGHN . . . . Secretary MILDRED OTTO . . Distaff Reporter CLARICE JACKSON . . . Treasurer DELAPHINE LAUGHLIN . . Keeper of Archives Kappa Omicron Phi is a national honorary professional sorority. The purpose of the organization is to further the interests of Home Economics in fourfyear colleges. Kappa Omicron Phi is founded upon the basis of high scholarship and with the avowed purpose of developing women of high cultural attainments. The sorority realizes that the world needs women who have reached intellectual, spiritual, ethical and aesthetic poise. The deep interest in the sorority manifested by the membership and the widening of its activities is evidence of the fundamental necessity of a deeper appreciation of the sanctity of the American home. Kappa Omicron Phi was founded at State Teachers College at Maryville, Missouri, in 1922. In 1924, Beta chapter was founded at Warrensburg. Since then ten chapters have been established in various universities and teachers' colleges. The latest chapter was established in Winfield, Kansas, in 1929. ?:Qs,fffQ.f- J i A 4 1 0 V- ---.i-L-1? 5-,U-5f?a:i'3'3-f 11421 KAPPA QMICRON PI-II Laughlin, Jordan, Ward, jackson. Butcher, Otto, Vaughn. Wilson, Parkins, Pullium, Cooper. g'v1rgh:'gfi , I1431 I' I ' 67. U. if Il fl la iii I, . Q .V X . ll- . l Iii ll .I if ll l J X . T l I l 4 Il l Tl-IETA ALPHA Pl-II ah-Mm i Missouri Delta No. S9 National Dramatic Fraternity Installed at C. M. S. T. C., February 26, 1926 Sponsor DR. E. A. COLLINS FACULTY MEMBERS Miss EUGENIA DELLER MISS AMY RooP MISS MAUDE BEAMER MISS RUTH FITZGERALD MR. F. W. CALVERT OFFICERS CHESTER L. JACOBY ...... President ROEERT CLARK ...... VicefP'resident MARY FRANCES DICK .... Secretaryffreasurer Theta Alpha Phi is the only national collegiate honorary dramatic fraternity. Missouri Delta Chapter has for its purpose the furthering of interest in dramatics through capable presentation of distinctive plays. Prospects for the future are brightened by the addition of several promising new members. Ferguson, Bumgardner, Landes, Clark, Dick, Raymond Yancey. Jacoby, Haynes, Binkley, Ralph Yancey, jackson, Glass. . J i me gg I1441 P4 lfl! Q. il gi Lol. s i rl l 53 kj N ii X. 'sl li if ij -.R -gl TH Q I K T l I l .ll l l TX- Y QF, T' lf., -..,- .G Q 7- ,.-, -.W V, A I gpm , , i rfwivfgt A BETA I ALPHA gldtlgi it Honorary Art Fraternity - Founded at C. M. S. T. C. in 1924 FACULTY MEMBERS MAYME B. HARWOOD GLADYS Goss PATRONESSES MARIE Toni: EUGENIA DELLBR SORORES IN URBE MRS. SAM BASTON MRS. ADDIE FLANNERY OFFICERS GRETA MAY GATES . . . . . President JOSEPHINE HEBBL . Vice-President jon-IN CROCKETT .... Secretary NORMAN RANUM ...... Treasurer Beta Alpha is an honorary fraternity for students majoring or minoring in art. Its purpose is to foster in its members a love for the beautiful wherever it occurs in life, to create and preserve beauty whenever possible, and to encourage the same attitude in others. In the requirements for membership the fraternity sets a high standard that will ever be an inspiration to its members, both as students and teachers. l Gates, Crockett, Gibson, Ranum, Kinser. Laughlin, Hebel, Shockey, Crawford, Harryman. K gl' ff" F 0 ',,35 j.',115':'rC'Q:1fs1-M U4-'31 ' .EJ TI-IETA SIGMA UPSILON J .'3nv'::4!f' K 5, it 2:45 ,-'fix Z is I ff Founded at Emporia, Kansas Nu Chapter Installed IQ29 FACULTY ADVISOR Miss EUGBNIA DBLLBR PATRONESSES MRS. jessuz CULP MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. G. G. Homcms MRS. C. B. HUDSON MRS. FRED CALVERT SORORES IN FACULTATE FERN WILSON . MILDRED O'rTo HARRIET KINSER OPAL Hrcxs VERA Lan RUSH NORA HACKLEY OFFICERS . President Vice-President . Secretary 'Treasurer . Editor . ,4...' 1, , .., , f ,1,u:,f if f- Qi?" am. I I If I f.-Afl.I,,f L1-161 ASI 'a -4 4 1 V VIL- , . ..-.AA I J i I I I I I I I I I I I 11' I I I I I I I I I ' I I I If 'I I fs? ,I ,ll t. ,I i, i I C L. TI-IETA SIGMA LIPSILGIXI Wilson, Smith, Dean, Jennings. Williams, McDonald. Roselle, Hoover, Lightfoot, Hart, Rush. Clonts, Bumgardner, Otto, Swisher, Harrymun. Hill, Smith, Hicks, Hatfield, Kinser. lgl3L'?"""" ' ' "N 'A' ' """""""-'--"TE-Tf"2" M-.K W h 'A V A ' A 3 H X N Y l l l I7 ' HIE 4 .,-,. .J ., .v.. I A ' ' ' .- I ...:f4.y-..f' ., 1. , ,-.1 iff Ira I 1, v , XV' I I . ' 4, X., - , - - - I- 1 YN-----.-.. -,.-t...--.1 I I 117 1 S mm my so FORENSIC ACTIVITIES The 192910 Debate Squad consists of eight members-Paul John' son, Mary Bunce, Alma Winn, Joyce Laidlaw, Bernard Means, James Ferguson, Chester Jacoby and Marian Allen. The team made a trip to Winlield, Kansas, during December to enter the debate tournament there. The teams took part in over twenty college debates, breaking even with the opposing squads. Cflicial debates were won by the Warrens- burg team from Missouri Valley College, Central College, Pittsburg Teachers College, Edmonds College and William Woods College. March Q.7f28f29 the State Forensic Tournament was held here. All of the teachers colleges in the state were represented in oratory, extemporaneous speaking and debating. Mary Bunce, Warrensburg, extemporaneous speaking entry, placed second in that contest, and Joyce Laidlaw placed third in oratory. The Warrensburg State Team, composed of Mary Bunce, Paul Johnson, Alma Winn and Joyce Laidlaw, won the debate contest and was presented with a silver trophy. On April I'2'2,'4'S a squad composed of Mary Bunce, Chester Jacoby,- Paul Johnson and Joyce Laidlaw went to Wichita, Kansas, to enter the National Pi Kappa Delta Forensic Tournament. Paul Johnson was captain of this year's debate squad. Professor Ben R. Craig coached the debates, extemporaneous speaking and oratory. Q5 - M- if -if:-.E A- gk-id .nn I1481 fl, 'f Pillai V' Q N ' 1, i xi gl fl PI KAPPA DELTA hi 'C , ,Aj 0 l 5 'l V ,Xi - E 1 wr -fr li W lxki lm - ll ll' . . . . . . gf, P1 Kappa Delta is the national honorary forensic fraternity. It is composed of both lgg men and women who have participated in intercollegiate debate and extemporaneous I speaking. The purpose of the organization is to foster interest and activity in forensics. 1 It confers upon its members a gold key, jeweled according to merit, achievement, and lg distinction. Ax X15 Missouri Eta chapter was recently reinstated and delegates have been sent to the 1 , conventions the past three years. Paul johnson is president of the local chapter. 1 kg, A K lla 9 1 , X. Y l. VY ETS KJ Jacoby, Bunce, Ferguson, Laidlaw, Means. lx Winn, Landes, Craig, johnson, Allen. E , E M3 l , li ' X 'fra x.-1 W' V ,ff " " ' "' 'f7"-''5Tl?7',3'f"'f'MW J"'e-L:g,-,, ,. JX... Jxcrf -f.' : :fffakff '11----, w Y '- I 149 1 DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Fcunded at Miami University, Oxfcrd, Ohio, 1914 Psi Chapter Installed April, 1927 FACULTY ADVISOR Mlss ELIZABETH CALLAWAY PATRONESSES MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. HUGH GILKERSON MRS. MAUDE WARNICR MRS. JOHN G. MILLER Miss FLO DUTCHER MRS. W. L. CHANEY MRS. L. J. SCHOEIELD SORORES IN URBE MRS. CAsIcEY SETTLE MARIAN BRIGHT BROOKS SORORES IN FACULTATE Miss GERTRUDE I-IosEY Miss PAULINE HUMPHREYS OFFICERS ANGEL IHRIG ........ President OLIVE LAWRENCE ..... VicefPresident COLISTA DIEHL . .... Chaplain THELMA SMARR . . . . Recording Secretary MABEE ARMENTROUT . . Corresponding Secretary RENA CRUMLEY . . . . . Treasurer MARY LEE CHANEY . . Sergeant-atfArms ETHYL WESTBROOK ...... Historian ADELLE HUNT ALICE VINCENT DRUSILLA RAEER RACHEL HOFFMAN MAELE ARMENTROUT MARY LEE CHANEY ETHYL WESTEROOR FAYE MAZE FRANCES HUNT CHARTER MEMBERS LE LOIE HALLAND-ZINR AGNES SULLIVAN DOROTHY ETzENHOUsER FLORENCE HELTON ACTIVE MEMBERS THELMA SMARR SHIRLEY HULSE RENA CRUNILEY ANGEL IHRIG OLIVE LAWRENCE COLISTA DIEHL l150fI MARGARET PITTMAN MARIAN BRIGHTfBRoORs ERMA LEE BRADEN NADYNE LAWRENCE COvA JEWELL ALINE VAN HOY MADALYN KEEEER MILDRED SMITH MARIE CUNNINGHAM DELTA SIGMA EPSILOIXI Ihrig, Lawrence, Jewell, Diehl. Hul'e V Ho Iv" 5 . an y, Muze. Westbrook, Smarr, Chaney, Smith. Armcntrout, Cunningham, Crumley, Kccfcr. 11511 PI KAPPA SIGMA xbxllff ' 5 l N Founded at :Zak-owl-0 . . . . fe FACULTY ADVISOR YpsIlzmtI, M1ch1gan, 1894 Lambda Chapter Installed 1920 ,gm a g MISS ANNIE GARDNER HARRIS 'E I- lruzv PATRONESSES MRS. MONT DRAPER MRS E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. F. L. BONDURANT MRS. E. S. CLARK MRS. C. G. GILLILAN MRS. H. F. COONROD' MRS. G. W. STEVENS MRS. G. C. GILLUM MRS. CHESTER CASSINGHAM MRS. R. SORENCY ELLEN BALDWIN ESSYE CLOUSER IVA HACKETT JULIET HUGHES MARY MALLINSON WILLY PALLETTE LENA SHELLEY WINNIE TERRELL ELIZABETH HENDERSON SORORES IN URBE HELEN STEVENS MINNIE COOPER WINNIE TERRELL MRS. SORORES IN FACULTATE MISS ARUBA B. CHARLTON MISS MAYME B. HARWOOD CHARTER MEMBERS ELVADNEY BROWN LOUISE MIAHAELIS HELEN PERRY WILLIE WRIGHT EDA FORD ANNIE G. HARRIS MINTA JACOBS GOLDETH MYRES ARUBA B. CHARLTON RUSSELL MCDOWELL MISS AMY ROOP BLANCHE POTTER AGNES SHIRLEY DOROTHY EWEN MAYME HARWOOD EVA LEWIS MILDRED MYRES BESSIE SPRINKLE BERTHA HEREURTH OFFICERS VIRGINIA POWELL . . . President AGNES JONES . Corresponding Secretary ELEANOR SHOCREY . VicefPresidenr RUTH FREUND . . SergeantfatfAv'ms ALMA WINN . Recording Secretary MARY FRANCES DICK . . Chaplain MARY FRANCES DICK ..... Pvess Agent .4- I Y 51521 PI KAPPA SIGMA Winn, Gibson, Parkins, Agnes jones, Dick. joy, Wood, Shockey, Allen. Gertrude jones, Warner, Mabry, Alexander, Freund Powell, Faulkner, Haynes, Pugh, Hart. H533 ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 0000 f?Hzz:59 Founded at Farmville, Virginia, IQOI Zeta Zeta Chapter Installed 1919 FACULTY ADVISCR MRS. MAUDE C. NATTINGBR PATRONESSES MISS LUCY BALL MISS JULIA HATZ MRS. N. M. BRADLEY MRS. WALTER MORROW MISS RUTH FITZGERALD MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MISS LYDIA HALE MRS. MARION ZACHARAY MRS. MARION PARKER MRS. R. M. WARNICK MRS. THEODORE SHOCK SORORES IN URBE MRS MRS. MRS. LESLIE MCMEERIN H. PALMORE GREER LUTHER HUNT MRS. MRS. MRS BENTON SUMMBRS ADOLPH TAUBERT H. H. RUSSELL, JR. KENNETH ROBINSON MRS. OTTO HEEERLING MRS. OFFICERS BERNE HEBERLING ....... President RACHEL BRENNEISEN ..... Vice'President VIRGINIA GOLAY . . . . Chaplain THELMA DOZIER . . . Recording Secretary ELIZABETH FARMER . Corresponding Secretary ALYCB GWINN . . . . . Treasurer MARY- GREENWALD . . . Editor ZELPHA LAND . . . . . Registrar T. 1 ..- ,, , 41P"' '-1---cr YI 5.41, . Nh.. N541 ALPHA SIGMA ALPI-IA Farmer, Heberling, Greenwald, Golny. Alley, johnson, Gnllemorc, Oglcshy. Hallnr, Brown, Brcnneisen, Zclpha Land. Eugenia Land, Dozicr, Reid, Gwinn. I1551 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 'ln 4 : Founded at Farmville, Virginia, 1898, Nu Chapter Installed 1915 FACULTY ADVISOR f f f f f f f f f ' HONORARY MEMBER ffffff MRS. EARL FOSTER MRS. E. N. JOHNSON PATRONESSES MRS. JAMES I. ANDERSON MRS. A. A. LOBBAN MISS MARIE TODD MRS. E. L. HBNDRICKS MRS.T. E. CHEATHAM MRS. J. H. CHRISTOPHER MRS MARCUS YOUNGS MRS. FRANK MAYES SORORES IN URBE MRS. H. H. BASS MRS. SIDNEY MOORE MRS. ALEX GREEK MRS SAM BASTON MISS FLORENCE CHRISTOPHER MRS. DALE SHARP MRS J. L. ESSIG MISS MELINDA F. JOHNSON MRS. C. L. JOHNSON MRS. J. R. Houx MISS MARY REDPORD MISS RUTH MOORE MRS. C. F. HAGEMEYER MRS. A. L. SMISER MISS FLEETA ALLWORTH MRS ALLEN GILBERT MRS. B. F. SUMMERS SORORES IN FACULTATE MISS GLADYS GOSS MISS FRANCES KROHN CHARTER MEMBERS CAROLINE ANDERSON FLORA COCKRELL ELIZABETH SHANNON GENEVA YOUNGS GLADYS ANDERSON MARY FOLEY MARIE TODD MARIE YOUNGS JOSEPHINE CONWAY. RUTH ROBERTSON MAMIE CLAIRE WALKER MAUD COOK EFEIE SHYRCCK HANNAH WALLACE' IISGJ SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Merrick, Collins, jordan, Jones, Benfield. Wingate, Hays, Matlock, Roth, Hull. Stiles, Todd, Langford, Meyer, Courtney. Thomas, Smiscr, Reed, Martin, Calhoun. Stratton, Gates, Graham, Rothwell, Knipschild. I1571 'UMQKL '2 50 F' ' u f . Pl-II KAPPA ALP!-IA 9, fx Q g lnefrllmmn f R vi 1 I 1 x r M i -'Q GC' T Founded at Central Missouri State Teachers College J, December, 1929 ll. FACULTY ADVISORS l PROE. CLAY ANDERSON DR. E. A. COLLINS I ,, OFFICERS IE' JAMES L. FERGUSON . . . . . President E ALFRED C. W. LANGENEERG . . VicefPresidem: TOM E. THOMAS . . . . Secretary WALTER GATES . . Treasurer 1 ARTHUR B. WEBB . Guide KENNETH ALLMAN . . Guard p F HUGH INGLISH Custodian if g I PLEDGES ' FORREST LINTZ GREGORY LEEEVER lk WALFRED JOHNSON WILLIAM RICE E' I GLEN SNIDER i 41 , p l In the fall of 1929 the faculty granted a petition to organize a new social fraternity p on the campus and the Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity was founded. Starting with a nucleus of eight charter members, the fraternity has grown to a membership of twenty, with . . l several promising pledges. , R v J' XS L 1 q 01 get f,lv2,1- ,c9gg:xu-Lg-'?:i.f I1581 Walter Gates, Ferguson, Anderson, Thcmas. Martin, lnglish. Hays, Doutt, Fisher, Langenberg, Looney. Phillips, Kirkpatrick, Webb, Allman, Charles L. Gates Ranum, Laughlin, Cobb, Russell, Atliey. '33, ji P l rr- -5- ---4...?'..."4-., lf' ' I1591 SIGMA TAL! GAMMA National Fraternity for Teachers Colleges Founded at Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1920 PATRONS DR. W. C. MORRIS PROF. W. E. MORROW PROF. H. H. BASS FACULTY MEMBERS PROP. F. W. CALVERT PROF. N. B. GRINSTEAD HONORARY MEMBER PROE. E. R. FOSTER CHAPTER OFFICERS MAX GRAF ........ President JACK WILSON . . . Vice-President CHARLES D1xoN . . Corresponding Secretary CHESTER JACOBY . . . Treasurer FRED TIMBERLAKE . . . . Chaplain CHARLES REPP . . SergeantfazfArms PRESTON LANGEORD . . . . Historian 6 if --l---.5.,.fV..,,'l...QLf" 11001 SIGMA TAU GAMMA johnson, Eggiman, Ogle, Gillum, McKeever, Graf. Wilson, Danielson, Smith, Ralph Yancey. Repp, Preuss, Jacoby, Lynch, Timberlake, Utlaut. Wilhite, Landis, Rewaldt, Anderson, Langford, Elliott. 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' ,lb Y' I ' 'LJ' ', I G3 . p f ' N XJ' , M, , ' -f' x 4'v,- I -N , M ' ' fl aw V 5 JQQQQQFM , ,vu J M Q ? X Q wr ., 'TC.q-P13 I ,mx .1 4 ' f. 517153, , , :lynx 'lhlfmx V Q Y Z, 1 1 5, .iw ' , V if F115 , va ng? Wf 'Swing In A 1 ' 4. 4 rf- ' ,Au ,A ,, M ' I4 FI L D' Y-'QA 1 Jfswbjilr it 'Th0.Kl1f2 110 W KENNEDY CoAcH Ram Para: Leland "Bill" Kennedy was chosen captain of the 1929 football team. Bill was a clean, hard hitting player, one who made opposing players, as well as his teammates, respect his ability. This was Bill's third year on the team. He was placed on the all' conference second team. Besides being a football player, Bill also has lettered in basket- ball and track, where he displayed the same fighting spirit that he did on the gridiron. Bill was the only man in school who made his letter in the three major sports. Coach T. C. "Tad" Reid was an end on the Kansas varsity football team three years. He was considered one of the Valley's outstanding players. He also played three years of football in the Army. In France he played with the 35th Engineers, the team which won the championship. This is his seventh year as the Mule mentor, During this time he has turned out many championship teams and has as a coach continued the record made as a player. In choosing Delbert Petre captain of the 1930 Mule Quintet, the players could not have picked a better leader. For four years this diminutive but flashy guard has been the idol of C. M. S. T. C. fans. His ability to pass, dribble and shoot won many games for the Mules. There was no speedier player in the conference. Any forward when guarded by "Pete" scored very few points. He was placed on the allfconference team three successive years. By his efforts he has gained the love and admiration of the entire school. or 2 -f ' if:-Qsfsfsifhsfifsfr-1 I1791 The Khetov R -ss A HISTORY OF TI-IE STADIUM In the spring of 1923 an agitation for a new athletic field was started. It was generally conceded that a new field was needed, but its procurei ment presented some perplexing problems. The two principal concerns were the financing of the project and the finding of a satisfactory site for the proposed stadium. A part of the necessary amount was promised by the Board of Regents and generous pledges were made by the students. After considerable investigation, an eighteenfacre tract about four hundred feet west on Clark Avenue, and about forty feet south of the line of the campus was obtained and work went forward. The stadium is a credit to our college and a source of pride to every student and alumnus. We believe that the effort which has been put forth has been extremely worth while. fe- Q i fi,-4-f 1 xg: lisoj A N 1 lfffffffff ,Wf,4 P Timl' f 3' 1 Hg- " k 3, r,,.-nl V 'N' , x ' . ,445 ilf5ff21r3.i2.: - , ,fy 3,5 - . -- 44 ....W.,Mv. 4 7 ' L' 4. v , an " " .pq . --' 11 -- E AQ.Qi313w'!xX .a':::".'.z'.:'.::'.1:::::1:1 : .'.::::.'.:::::::.'.'.'.'.L::. 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He has three more years. P 3 H J, sf. pl - l .. .. . . . . fil t 1 Thomas Tom Cross is a senior from jefferson City. Tom is five eleven and tips 'X H5 E the scales at 187 pounds. Tom was a tower of strength both on defense and offense. Dj, gl! l ni Eugene "Gene" Maloney is a sophomore hailing from Odessa. Gene is a husky :ilk irq 5 lad, being an inch over six feet and weighing 175 pounds. Gene held down the ill ll 1 2 right end of the Mule line like a veteran, although it was his first try at the grid- ls f iron sport. I With two more years, great things should be in store for him. ' if , fi lf' 1 l li 3 .. .. . . il Q I Herbert Herb Scroggs was one of the best tackles in the state. Herb is li a sophomore who lives in Warrensburg. He is six one and weighs 190 B? pounds. ' l g E 5.43 lil C lil li E , gy E i , Tlx 1. l -i 1 l la 'e J -vi Ejl till 1 , 1 xii f 5 1 fl ri 1 I X .. Q 2 1 5 lf lf. 2 1 1 1 'fly rg l Al la l s , if l 5 Y: 3-14 L...--,. ...-7. .....-.-, , . -...,....,. ,u .. . .--YW Y iv - . A R -A L 2 f -1, X 4 J Af? l'f7"""'ff""Ti:. H., , a,... W -.-'f. . - - YL,-Q-4 'X,..,'s . - A - .. .fling -' X.:--V ':,:.'H'v,,.:...xL .,V,5fn ...rift -J' -1 - 51821 Phillip "Phil" Goult is a Kansas City boy and a sophomore. He is six feet tall and weighs 183 pounds. Phil was the battering ram of the Mule backlield. He has two more years. Kenneth "Ken" Allman is a Smithville boy and is also a sophomore. He is six feet tall and weighs 170 pounds. Ken made himself the season's hero by scoring a touch' down in the only bright play of the year, a fortyfeight yard broken field run for a touchdown. This hard running back has two more years of competition. ,V Stephen "Chile" Childress is an Archie boy and a senior. He is five ten and tips the scales at 166 pounds. He is receiving his second letter this year as a back. james "Jim" Ferguson is another home town boy and is a senior. Jim played end and guard. He is six feet one and weighs 165 pounds. jim's "never say die" spirit was rewarded and jim finished his gridiron career by holding down an end and playing other positions when the occasion presented itself. 51831 K? rj, J nf. A - ---r--V rf-4 -I .D K:-, --A va, . W 1 if 4- ., A-X "'A'. 4 r,? xr -2 y --5 1 rv ,lf-'F 'M-. L-1. f. is .w3,1.i -X f. l -. f ..'. .1 -, .V , . 4. f Y J . M., up ,tl sk., F ., A'.L1,.,,, . ..-- , K: Max "Squeaks" Graf is a senior from Warrensburg. He is live nine and weighs 155 pounds. Squeaks alternated at guard and center this year and although he was little he was mighty. Charles "Bud" Repp is a junior who played guard. Bud is five ten and weighs 170 pounds. Bud came from Centerview, but the way he could outtalk and out "smart" his opponents would never let them believe it. Fred "Duke" Graf is a home town lad and a junior. The Duke is five feet nine and weighs 164 pounds. Fred was one of the finest tackles on the squad. Daniel "Dan" Beals is another sophomore. This North Kansas City lad is six one and weighs 190 pounds. Dan held down the center position and proved to be the star of the line. Walter "Duck" Gates is a junior hailing from Urich. Gates is five ten and weighs 170 pounds. It is Gates' first letter. . 'ir ni 11 1:"',.,f" ,gr iw 1- ' N ,, qi., , HF, .1 ,. if 1 L. . RJ' if ' . -s-- . I184I I james "Red" Russell is the lanky end from Chilhowee. He towers six feet three and Weighs in at 180 pounds. Red, who is a senior, gets his second letter. Red made the second all-star team this year as an end. Leland "Bill" Kennedy, who hails from Mendon, was a half back on this year's team. Bill is five feet seven, weighs 144 pounds, and is receiving his third letter in football. He is a senior. Raymond "Flackie" Wilder is a sophomore who hails from Sedalia. He is five nine and weighs 160 pounds. Wilder was the spark plug of the team. His fire and fight aroused his teammates to battle. He has two more years of competition. Elbert "Rip" Petre is a freshman from Independence. He is five eleven and weighs 168 pounds. Petre in his first year played an excellent game in the line. With three more years Rip should be an all-conference man. Cecil "Cece" Coombe comes from Blairstown. He is five feet eight and weighs 185' pounds. This was Cecil's first year. He played guard or tackle and proved a stone wall on defense. With another year's experience he should become a real Mule. I185l , s I L 1 fl. K A 'n l g. Y r Fil of lil Wi! ll in Hai 'Z s ,iz lf" i . l F . ,E 4 Pg I ixf l fl , 6, 1 9 4. 1 if 5 lf i 1 ,. sz la il Il lg: 7, F lil fag Mi 1 lil ---v f W W , s ... FCCTBALI. A Review of the season Although the Mule football team of 1929 did not win a single conference game, it gained the respect and admiration of its opponents by hard fighting and clean sports' manship. When practice started, Coach Reid had fortyfiive men reporting daily, only eight of whom were letter men. Lack of seasoned material made Coach Reid's job a difficult one. On the M. I. A. A. allfconference team Warrensburg placed two men, Russell at end and Beals at center. Night football was inaugurated here this season with two games, one with Mis' souri Valley and one with William Jewell. Judging from the attendance on both nights, the innovation was a complete success. Record crowds attended both games. This was due partly to the fact that C. M. S. T. C. was the first college in Missouri to essay the night contests. Prospects for a successful 1930 season are bright at this time since only five letter men will be lost by graduation. With the team's returning almost intact and a fine class of material in view, it may be safely said that the 1930 season will be much more sucf cessful than was the season of 1929. .11 fx ll FZ il 17. 1 5. il l l 5? vu il i T il il il il Il Ja 4 li' 41 il i 1. ' LAX? s 5 l -1 ll 'sf 3 i :Qi 1 . l l ll l lf E A l .... ,C ..... mam s , . - '-','. . f Q7 . 1- ifixklirafiieis Phillip "Pee" Goult was one of our guards. His spectacular work on the offensive while playing a defensive position was one of the high lights of the home games. Delbert "Pedro" Petre has been one of the fastest guards in the conference for the last four years. He is our captain and has been an all'conference guard for three years. Stephen "Steve" Childress, the man from Archie, played at both guard and forward this year and made good at both places. Leland "Bill" Kennedy was the man to be "found" this year. Nobody knew "Bill" could play basketball, but he surprised everybody by playing forward in an exceptional manner. Walter "Shiers" Gates was a tower of strength on defensive. He will be back next year. James "Red" Russell was our center and the high scorer of the con' ference. Unfortunately, he graduates this year. ll88l Perry "Perry" Hutson was a new man in school this year from Westminster. When points were needed Perry was the man that could make them. Eugene "Gene" Maloney, the big boy from Odessa, was the other forward. At times his equal in goal shooting could not be found. He is a junior this year. Raymond "Flackie" Wilder, the man from Sedalia, proved to be the fun maker of the crowd. Ray "Frenchie" French was one of the hardest lighting men the Mules had. Ray could never say die. 4 James "Jimmie" Loupe from Washington played forward. He was one of the fastest players of the squad. Elbert "Rip" Petre, brother of Delbert, lived up to the reputation of his brother by playing guard. risen Fred L'Mosby" Masel is the tallest player on the squad, and can play either center or guard. He can always be counted upon to do his part. Thomas "Tom" Cross played guard and forward this year. His high arch shots brought the crowd to their feet. Charles "Charlie" Childress says he is going to preserve the reputation of the family, and for that reason he is playing forward this year. Charlie was the thirdfhigh scorer in the conference. Robert "Bob" Ashurst proved to be one of the best goal shooters on the squad this year. Frank "Kirk" Kirkpatrick was one of the best freshman forwards on the squad. 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The championship team was composed of V. Kennedy, javelin, shot, discus, high and low hurdles, broad jump, high jump, pole vault, lap on half mile relay and mile relay, B. Kennedy, two mile run, Strickf land, loo yard dash and lap on half mile relay, C. Cooper, discus, 4oo yard run, and lap on mile relay, Wilkerson, javeling Roedel, half mile, Anderson, half mile run, M. Brown, 440 yard run and lap on half mile relay, Martin, mile run, Wilson, loo yard dash, 'no yard dash, 44o yard dash, laps on half mile and mile relays, Patterson, mile run, Ferguson, high jump, Cross, broad jump, Loupe, pole vault. Warrensburg holds more M. I. A. A. records than any other school. l1921 QFFICIAI. TRACK RECCDRDS Central Missouri State Teachers College, Warrenshurg, Mo. EVENT loo Yard Dash 22o Yard Dash 440 Yard Dash 880 Yard Dash 1 Mile Run 2 Mile Run RECORD MADE BY Ralph Brown John John John Tom Wilson Wilson Wilson Holt . Dudley Townsend Dudley Townsend YEAR MADE 1926 State . 1927 Triangular 1926 Central 1927 Mo.fKan. 1926 Triangular 1926 Triangular 1926 Triangular RECORD ' 9-9 . 9.8-1- . 21.6 . 48.7 2:o2.6 4138.5 1o:1o.2 51031 Hifi II C L l N I l if OFFICIAL TRACK RECORDS, Continued I L. fl. EVENT RECORD MADE BY YEAR MADE RECORD 'H 120 High Hurdles Herbert Edmonds . 1926 . . 16 . H. Williams . . 1927 State . . 16 220 Low Hurdles V. Kennedy . 1929 Central . 25. 6 H. Williams 1927 Triangular . 25. 4+ N Discus . . V. Kennedy . 1926 State . . . 134'4" l Javelin . V. Kennedy . 1928 State Conference I96lION High Jump H. Williams . 1927 Triangular . 5' ION Broad Jump V.- Kennedy . 1927 Triangular . 2165" H. Williams 1927 State . . 21'1o5' ' Pole Vault . . V. Kennedy . 1927 State . II,8H Half Mile Relay S. Stacy . 1927 State . 1 :31. 4 R. Brown K. Brown J. Wilson Mile Relay K. Brown . 1928 State . 3:32.4 R. Brown lf Humphreys V. Kennedy if Shot Put .A V. Kennedy . 1927 Westminster . 43'8" f 221.-.:T:g.5 :-f ':"p:.aQi J Y 1 Q 3 0 gz1,,.::11fI3!?:TfT3s,::., giaF'.5-T 141' Vlugw I 1941 wr. XX X x Y X S X .56 J' 0 D ' i C W. A. A. PLAY DAY The first Play Day held for teachers' colleges in Missouri was sponsored by the W. A. A. of C. M. S. T. C. on October 18f2o. Girls and physical education directors from Cape Girardeau, Kirksville, Springfield and Maryville were guests of the organif zation. The members of the Canearie Pep Club were hostesses to the visitors at the WarrensburgfWilliam Jewell game on Friday night, October 18. Saturday, October 19, was devoted to games and sports of all kinds. At 9:oo o'clock the crowd assembled in the big gym. where they were welcomed by Miss Martin, director of women's physical education at C. M. S. T. C., and Lena May Stratton, president of W. A. A. Irene Brooks, color team manager, read out the color teams and distributed the ribbons. The color teams were made up of girls from each school represented and eliminated all inter-college competition and rivalry. From 9:30 to Iozoo o'clock, Miss Martin led the entire group in folkfdancing. After this the girls hurried to the fields where games were to be played. Basketball, soccer and tennis were offered during the morning, and each girl could take part in one sport In the afternoon a choice of hockey and volley ball was offeredf All players took part in a game of hitfpin baseball, which was new to almost all. A At 7:oo o'clock the Warrensburg W. A. A. served dinner to their guests in the college cafeteria. The dinner was followed by a party to which each girl was asked to come dressed like some character from the comic sheets. The prize for the best costume went to Marjorie Frank, dressed as Powerful Katrinka. Each school group presented a stunt and the rest of the evening was spent in dancing. W. A. A. has been the pioneer of a new movement in physical education for women of the teachers' colleges of Missouri, but it is a movement which we hope to see con- tinued. We feelthat it will promote more friendly relations among the students of those colleges. Participation in Play Day is broadening to the interests of girls. It gives them some knowledge of institutions other than their own, and it gives them opportunities to become acquainted with students from the other colleges.-G. S. gafttrevreesurl-ffiAAA'ef'E?fgiQ3 o airs'-QLJ - 1 1901 Hockey, although it is not among the activities officially sponsored by W. A. A., offers many girls opportunity for participation in a sport which is very popular with them. An interfclass tournament was held near the close of the fall quarter. Two color teams were selected with Beatrice Wilson and Lena May Stratton as captains. The two teams played for the best two out of three games. The Yellow Team with Lena May Stratton as captain won the first two games. l197fI BASKETBALL Basketball is, of all the sports and activities sponsored by W. A. A., undoubtedly the most attractive. The number of girls coming out for basketball has exceeded the number coming out for any other single sport, a fact which gives evidence of the popuf larity of the game. Tournaments are held between class teams and have always been the occasion of much enthusiasm on the part of both players and spectators. Basketball has always been a particularly successful activity and has aroused much interest among members of W. A. A. ALL-STAR VOLLEY BALL TEAM Volley ball, which has proved one of the most attractive sports sponsored by W. A. A., judging from the number who come out for it, was of main interest during the first six weeks of the winter term. Four color teams played in a tournament for the championship. Records of serves, setfups, returns and recoveries were kept and from these was selected the AllfStar Volley Ball Team. It is even more an honor to make the AllfStar Team than to play on the team winning first place in the tourney. Placement on the AllfStar team means recognition of individual merit, whereas the winning of one team over the others is more an example of the team's merit. 11981 the KBC 505 mlfsfleg-:iris-'asf' .- I gi s is Baseball has a popular springtime appeal. Practice and actual tournament play occupy the interest of members of W. A. A. during the spring term. The tournament is played between class teams or between color teams, as the girls themselves decide. But, color team or class team, much enthusiasm is evinced and a most exciting tournaf ment is the result. Soccer, with Madalyn Holtzen as manager, held the attention of W. A. A. sports devotees during the last six weeks of the fall term. ' Two color teams, with Fay Maze and Kate Maze as their captains, played one exciting game. The game, which was won by Kate Maze's team, was to decide the championship. Bad weather did not permit the playing of three games as had been planned, but the one game with the several prac- tice periods proved of great interest to soccer enthusiasts. l i . 3 ll il . il . ,ge , ,g .W lg Kg 1 Q 0 i-' I199J . Mt if: ,, K J x,- 9 F5 F? E k 1 K. ff A E? A 1 ,' W V 1. I 6 1: 'Q ri QE F .y- fr' 'ii E U! E 3 1 E Q li? H F e, 11 L 31 iff: 1?- . -----.-?,,-v,,,A,,,,, k,,, ,,,,-uf ,,,,, 1- -.Wi . QV,-,..,.,-,Q f fel 1 .rms l ' f 5 is 3. ll 'T 7 3 I: 200 1 A 1 A ,Hi , 'Q , If 31 ,1, wsu- ' f 4 0 ,Q Uh sk Q' 5 I L 5 ni 1 1 Ill r I ggkfx . " i, r ,,:'. .- .' 5311- 57: f"" yy P-A ' - -L .- . -1 avi- 7 ' X tiwigfgi- '- ffv y 1 -r xx " 'Q'-.T "L 3 4 V -..g,.:. , J ,X xg: .X l fri -' 'T' A v,'A " 'Hp' , vi M104 A.-Q-fs.':,..' 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Ashford, Gertrude Ashely, Mary Ann Atherton, Mary E. Athey, Odess L. Atkins, Maude Philips Atkins, Dorothy Atkinson, Florence Austin, Nadine Ayers, Edith Ayres, Venita E. Baber, Artie Bell Babylon, Norine W. Bailey, Dorothy Bailey, Dorothy Fern Bailey, Frankie V. Floyd, Lottie Bailey, Nellie E. Bailey, Ruth Baker, Carroll Baker, L. C. Baker, Mildred Baker, Vera L. Baldwin Mabel Neal, Ella Nadean Baldwin, Tressie Helen Ball, Effie Ball, Marie M. Ballew, Carmel W. Ballew, Mary E. Banta, Geneiveve Banta, Helen Barber, Vera Barker, Opal Barnard, Lloyd W. Barner, Elsie Barnes, Lena Mildred Barnes, Walter Barnett, Audrey Barnhard, Florence Barr, Mrs. Sadie Bartz, Elda Basham, Jessie Batchelder, Grace Bates, Zelma Elizabeth Baumgartner, Bernice Baur, Carrie Barr, Joe Bear, Mary Louise Bearce, Vera Beard, Gladys M. Beary, Hartley Beatty, Virginia Bechtold, Lucille Becker, Florence Becker, Lenah Beckman, Clorene Beebe, Gladys Belman, Gladys Ruth Belt, Minnie Benson, Jack Bentley, Ella Bergey, August Bergey, Helen Berkstresser, Audrey Berkstresser, Mildred Berrier, Jewell H. Berrier, Thelma Walker Berry, Eva Berry, Lois Mae Bertram, Bonnie Bertram, Edna Bertram, Jessie Best, Dollie Best, Lorene Bidstrup, Mary Bierbaum, Helen Biggs, Mildred Bixens, Belva Blackburn, Margaret Blackburn, Mary Blackburn, Virginia Lee Blackburn, William E. Blake, Katie M. Blew, Mary Elizabeth Blount, Ray Blue, Perry M. Boatright, Helen Bobbitt, Adelia Bobbitt, Ethel Boch, Esther Badamer, Elsie Bodamer, Marie Boehm, Elizabeth Bohannon, Wallace C. Bolton, Cassie Bondurant, John E. Boone, Lula Boosinger, Dollye Booth, Ruth Borgstadt, Violet Boring, James Borland, Nacmi Born, Nora Bosely, Edith Boswell, Gertrude Botkins, Fannie L. Botts, Lois Botts, Margaret Botts, Mary Bowden, Ella Bowers, John Glenn Bowman, Mrs. Edith Boyce, Ruth Boyd, Clarice Boyd, Myrtle Marie Boydston, Edna Boyer, Annabel Bradley, B. W. Bradley, Evelyn Bradley, Impo Bradley, Leah Stine Brandes, Ruth Brandon, Susan Branstitter, Grace Brantley, L. D. Bredchoft, Edna Brenneman, Virginia Bricker, Verla Elizabeth Bright, Immel Fern Bright, Nancy Jane Brightwell, Hamilton Brightwell, Lelah Bell , Claude Carpen ter, Chas. F. Carpenter, Dehub Carpenter, Helen Carpenter, Ruth Carr, Lois Carroll, Lucille - Carroll, Opal Carter, Ella Case, Alma Case, Amy Catron, Fern P Cooper, Clyde Cooper, Elizabeth Cooper, Kathryn Cooper, Kathryn E. Cooper, Louisa Cooper, Minnie Cooper, Mona A. Cooper, R. Lee Cooper, Walter L. Cordes, Ella Corey, Veta Margaret Britton, Kathrina Brixey, Fern Brockman, Earl Brooks, Loretta Fern Broughton, W. Brown, Alam L. Brown, Ina Mae Brown Jessie Brown L. A. Brown, Mrs.,L. A. Brown, Laura Brown, Lillian B. Brown, Mary Fern Brown, Pearl L. Brown, R. L. Brown, Roy Brown Mrs. Roy Brown Meril Brownfield, Delaine Brownfield, Frances Brune, Elsie Brune, Lora Brune, Lee B. Brunk, Miriam Louise Bruns, Erna Bryan, Jas. M. Bryan, Kathryn Bryant, Crystal Bryant, Dorothy Buck, Mattie Bucker, Lena Marie Bucker, Lorna Buffon, Edna Mabel Caull, Jesse P. Caulk, Virgil P. Chadwick, Alberta Chadwick, Mary Chambers, Ruth Chambers, Thomas Chaney, Mrs. Cecil Chaney, Cecil Chaney, Gladys Chaney, Hesper Chapal, Ruth Chapin, Beulah Chapman, Arloa Chapman, Bernice Charles, Freda Chase, Charles Chasteen, Alvera Chastain, Leta Chatham, Josephine Chatham, Lillian Cheatham, Irene Chelbman, Christine Childress, Frances Christian, Gladys Fern Christian, Henry Christian, Mrs. B. Henry Christian, Maxine Christian, Paul Christopher, Cena Christy, Everett Clardy, Christine Clark, Beatrice Clark, Elizabeth Clark, Mary Leona Corse, Bentley Costa, Pauline Courtney, Mildred Cooker, Mildred Irene Cowden, Ida E. Cox, Eleanor Cox, Emma Lorene Cox, Manona Cox, Mrs. Treffie Crabb, Augusta Crain, Anna May Craig, Cecile Cravens, Genevieve Crawford, Edna Crawford, James Crawford, Mary Irene Creason, Jewell Creason, June Crockett, Mary H. Cromer, George D. Cromes, Ruth Cronhardt, Dorothy Cronhardt, Elsie Crook, Daisy Crooks, Anna May Crooks, Mary Elizabeth Cross, Barney Cross, Curtis Cross, Mrs. Mildred Zoe Crowe, Lillian Frances Crump, Loy D. Crutchfield, Flora Crutchfield, W. Cummings, Guy Bunyan, Lela Burke, Mrs. Mabel Burke, Marian Burke, Mildred Burke, Opal Burnett, John Clark, Mary Lucille Clark, M. Sue Clark, Robert Clark, Virginia Clary, Madeline Cleary, Anna Cummins, Eva Cummins, Vera Cunningham, Dorothy Pierce Cunningham, Verna Curley, Verna Curnutt, Wm. P. Burns, Jean Bun, Donald Burn, Neta Burris, Burris, Burris, Busch, Busick, Ina Mildred Murl ' Edward Helen Butler, Ben Clement, Ellisa Clement, Julia Cline, Hershel Clippard, Velda Clonts, Carlene Coffey, Regina Coffman, Aldyth Coffman, Carey D. Daly, Mary Ellen Dalton, Mary Damon, Mrs. Blanche Lee Daniels, Agnes Daniels, Mae Daniel, Mary Lou Cobb, John B. Byram, Frances Calbert, Ruth Caldwell, Edna Caldwell, Gladys Calhoun, Annie Laurie Call, Ture Callahan, Ellie Callis, Tom Calvert, Normal Cameron, Fred Cameron, Olive Campbell, Earl Campbell, Marie Campbell, Naomi Campbell, Sarah Ellen Cannell, Susanna Cantlon, Mrs. Anna F. Cantlon, Mildred Carlson, Adah Carmichael, Mattie Cole, Kathryn Coleman, Charles Coleman, Dole Elkins Collier, Cornelia Danner, Denner . Danuser, Elmer Danuser, Selma Dark, Lorene Daugherty, Glen Davis, Edith Collier, Reed Davis , Estelle Dear, Ethel DeAtley, Lillian Deaton, Joe Defabaugh, Mildred DeJarnett, Alice L. DeJarnett, Edith Helen Delaney, Helen Delay, Willie Irene Denney, W. L. Denny, S. Evarie Denton, Mary M. DesCombes, Bera Dewall, Eunice DeWitt, Ada Frances Dick, Mary Frances Dickinson, Alice Dickison, Omeda Dickison, Ophelia Dickson, J. L. Dickman, Mrs. Henrietta Dillon, Thelma Ditmars, Helen Dixon, Mrs. Bessie Dixon, Bonnie Sue Dixon, Charles Dixon, Mildred Doan, Maywood Dobson, Hazel Dobson, Leona Dobson, Magdalene Dodd, Vesper Anne Dodds, Jason Dame, Florence Douglass, D. Dale Douglass, Freda Douthit, Veta N. Dow, Ella Dow, Mary Louise Dow, Raudolin Downing, Elizabeth Draper, Ann Deryl Driggs, Edna Mae Drinkwater, Lena Driver, Mary Alice Dueber, Clarence Duensing, Leona E. Duffett, Nicholas Dugan, Bernard C. Dugan, Obie Duke, Lucille Dulaney, Maude Dump, Mildred Dunavant, Conway Duncan, Helen Louise Duncan, Nan Dunford, Kathleen Dungan, Pearl D. Dunham, Cecille Dunn, Louise Dunn, Mabel Duren, Hazel Duston, M. W. Dwyer, Beulah Dykeman, Eunice Eldredge, Edna Elliot, Mrs. Bessie L. Elliot, Ruby Ellis, Berdinne Ellis, Edith Ellis, Lela Louise Ellis, Orville Ellis, Pearl Elsey, Kathryn Emerson, Ethel Emick, Madge Emmert, Velma. Lee Emry, Blanche Ensley, Lena O. Ensminger, Thelma Epperson, Emma Eppright, Georgia Ernsbarger, Fern Eskbridge, Rudolph Essig, Don, Jr. Estill, Wyona B. Ethridge, L. A. Evans, Geo. W. Evans, James L. Evans, Joe Evans, Ray Evans, Mrs. Ray T. Fagan, Paula Fagan, Theodore Faith, Edith Fansher, Susie Fariss, Frances Farley, Marion Farmer, Irene Farmer, Lucille Farmer, S. E. Farrar, Carrie Farrar, Hazel Faul, Clover Faulwell, Albert Feasel, Alice Featherston, Erma Feeback, Mabel Feltis, Marvel Ferguson, Darl Ferguson, James L. Ferguson, Ruth Ficke, Bernice Fields, Lester File, Virginia Fryar, Mrs. Mary G. Fulvi, Helen Fulkerson, Mildred Fulks, Florence Gertrude Fulwood, Ruth Furgeson, Leavetta Mae Gabriel, Genevieve Gabriel, Rita L. Gaeser, Lillian Gallivan, Margaret M. Gander, Hazel Gann, Frankie Gann, Ruby Ann Gantner, Helen Garner, Mrs. Mamie Garnett, Vera Geiger, Viola L. Grigley, Edna George, Elizabeth George, Lowell George, Marguerette George, Maurina Gerber, Ruth Gerhart, Helen Gerloff, Freda Gibson, Catherine Gibson, Lenora Gibson, Rebecca Gibson, Rosalind Gibson, Virginia Gilbert, C. Allen Gilbert, Eddie J. Gilkerson, Gladys Lucille Gilleland, Marjorie C. Gilliland, Emma Gillum, Garvin C. Gingerich, Charity Givens, Edna B. Glass, Sam Glazebrook, Anna Ruth Glazebrook, Mary Glenn, Eloise Golden, Hester Patterson Golder, Maude Goldsburg, Mabel McCoy Golladay, Dorothy Golladay, Gwendolyn Golladay, Lady Jud Goodman, Arabell Fine, Catherine Finks, Jeanette Finks, Kathryn Finley, Sam Fitterling, Eva Flanery, Addie G. Fleetwood, Harry Fleetwood, Lula Collins, Anna Grace Collins, A. Lloyd Collins, Bess Collins, Georgia Collins, Janice Collins, Margaret K. Conner, Melba Conover, Mrs. Ida Connor, Anna Constance, Bessie Constance, Hazel' Conway, James F. Cook, Elizabeth Cook, Ona Belle Coolidge, Marie Cooper, Allen Davis, Hazel Davis, Laura Davis, Marion Davis, Robert L. Davis, Sallie Davis, Sylvia M. Davis, Virginia Davidson, Freda Dawes, Dorothy Deacon, Nettie Z. Deacon, Will Ella Dealy, Lucille Dean, Carmen Dean, Dora Bell Dean, Faye Dean, Merle Eads, Mrs. Agnes Eads, Florence Eagan, Beulah Elizabeth Earson, Leona May Eastham, Pearl Eaves, Mrs. Callie D. Eaves, H. F. Eckles, Mary Bess Edmondson, Jersie Edrigton, Naomi Edwards, Anna Maud Edwards, Helen Edwards, J. C. Edwards, Ray Eggiman, Alice Eggiman, Arthur Flynt, Marion Foote, Edna Forbis, Reba Ford, Mildred Foster, Augustus Foster, Charlotte Foster, Florence Fowler, Frances Fox, Orville Fox, Sallie Lee Frank, Marjorie Fransham, Paul Frazier, Alma V. Frazier, Carrie Frazier, S. T. Freeman, Dorothy Freeman, Pearl Freeman, R. R. French, Alice French, Ray F. Freund, Helen Fay, Catherine Goodson, Christine Goodson, Margaret Alice Goodwin, Grace Gorman, Glennola Gott, E. Claire Gottschalk, Lucile Gould, Esther Grace, Ezra D. Graeff, Christine Graf, Max Grasher, Helen Gray, Dorothy Gray, Thelma R. Gray, Helen Gray, Leslie Green, Edith I. Green, Esther Green, Jessie Jean Green, Mary Electra Greene, Nellie Kathryn Greenwald, Mary Greer, Roy Greim, Cena M. Greim, Helen V. Grier, Ruby Grace Griffin, Gladys Griffin, Irma Kathryn Grimes, Alva Grinstead, Gayle Grinstead, Stella Gladys Groff, Willig Groner, Martha A. Grosshart, Mina Grossman, Pauline Grover, Teresa Grover, Lucile Gotrein, Kathryn Gstrein, Loretta Guddle, Anna Guenther, L. W. Guilford, Mary Dean Gungoll, Edna M. Gungoll, Lilly E. Guy, J. Raymond Gwynn, Mrs. Martha G. Hackler, Mabel Hadley, Claudia C. Hagan, Gladys Haggard, Irene Haldiman, Paul Hall, Edna Madge Hamblin, Lennie Hamblin, Ray Hamilton, Buena Ferne Hamilton, Dena Emma Hamilton, Elzabeth Glee Hamilton, Neva Hammett, Oleta Hammon, Dixie Hammond, A. A. Hammond, Ella Hammond, Dorothy Hammonds, Thelma Harriet Hampton, Beulah Mae Hampton, Linnie E. Hampton, Louise Hampton, May Ruth Hamric, Mersylla Hamrick, C. S. Hamrick, Mrs. C. S. Handley, Juanita Hannah, E. Burton Harmum, G. W. Hanthorn, Mildred Harbison, Charity Harbison, Vernie H. Hargrave, Edna M. Hard, Katheryn Harlan, Margaret Harned, Marcia Harper, Edna Mae Harring, Minnie Harris, Mary Elizabeth Harris, William C. Harrison, Fred L. Harrison, Helen Harrison, Laneve Harryman, Vivian Hart, Ora Hartrick, Edith Morris Hartrick, Guy T. Hartrick, Woodard Hartzell, Elmer Hartzell, Essie N. Harvey, Ethel Dale Harwood, Sibyl Hashogen, Tom Hashogen, Myrtle Hasting, Ina Marie Hasting, Irene Hastings, Lois Haswell, L. Graham Hathaway, Nettie Hauetter, Gladys Hauser, Mary Irene Hawes, Lucille Hawkers, Myrtle Marie Hawkins, Helen T. Hawks, Burma R. Hawn, Edna J. Hawn, Uell Blanch Hayden, Olivene Hayden, Truman Hayes, Ann Hayes, Celestia Ellen Hayes, Ruby Haynie, Gracie Hays, Gilbert Hays, Izola E. Hays, Virginia Headlee, Alpha Heath, Alice Rice Heberling, Berne Heberling, Mary E. Hecht, Helen Heidelberger, Llewellyn Heimann, Loretta. Heinen, Helen M. Helmuth, Dorothy Henderson, Frances Henderson, Lucile Henderson, Mary F. , Henderson, Verna Hendren, G. W. Hendrickson, Ruby Henry, Eva Henry, Ina M. Henry, Loyd Herndon, Jessie Fae Herndon, Mabel Hess, Frances W. Hester, G. A. Hickey, Vergie Hickcox, Ola Hicks, H. J. Hieronymus, Hazel Dean Hieronymus, Ruby E. Hill, Mrs. Frances Hill, Vashti A. V Hilliard, Emily Hinote, Edgar A. Hinote, Mrs. Margaret Frances Hobbs, Hazel L. Hockaday, Marietta Hoddle, Ruth Hoeper, Sam D. Hofmann, Verna Hogan, C. J. Hogan, Mrs. C. J. Hogsfen, C. D. Hollar, Clara Holley, Leta F. Holley, Wilma Frances Holley, Zelma Holliday, Helen Holliday, Zelene Holloway, Irma Louise Holman, Martha Holt, Helen Holt, Homer C. Holt, Lillian M. Holt, Marguerite Hood, Seward E. Hook, Lucy Hook, .Marguerite Hoover, Christine Hoover, Mae Hoover, Roselle SUMMER SCHQQL STUDENTS Houx, Edwin Howard, Louise Howard, Victor Howard, Pearle Howe, Marie Howell, Lucile Hubricht, Violet Hudgeins, Frances R. Hudson, Allene Hudson, Parks Huffaker, Alma Huffman, Mrs. Audra Huffman, Beulah Huffman, Floyd E. Hughes, Ina Hughes, Minnie Hume Hughlan, Yon Kun Hulett, Josephine Hull, Mary Louise Hull, Sara Hulse, Shirley E. Hulser, Elva Nadine Hume, Harry T. Humphreys, Manuel Humphreys, Mary Virginia Hunt, Ella Claudine Hunter, Mildred Hunzinger, Effie Hurd, Mabel Hurst, Pearl Hurt, Dan J. Hutcherson, Edna Louise Hutchison, Susie Hutchison, Wilma Hutson, Perry Hyatt, Ida Iglehart, Helen . Ihrig, Wendell G. Ingle, Louise Inglish, Corinne Ison, Mrs. Golden D. Ison, Lue Vena Ivy, Mrs. Leslie J. Jacobs, Carrie Jones , Grace O. Jacobs, Leta Jacobs, Pearl Virginia Jageman, Mary E. James, Louise Jamison, Viola Jasper, Mildred L. Jenkins, Addie B. Jennett, Mary Jennings, Grace Jennings, Helen Jerome, Nellie G. Johannes, Ethel ohnson, Beulah ohnson, Clifton E. Hopkins, Ruth Horde, Leta A. Horn, Opal B. Hornbeck, Mrs. Frances Hornberger, Carrie Elizabeth Horridge, Nellie M. Horton, Jessie Hoskins, Mary Hosman, Nota H. Hossman, Esther C. Hotz, Lillie C. Houston, Florence Houston, Frances Leona Houston, Hattie Frances Hout, Mariam Hours, Lila Johnson, Dean- Johnson, Edward Johnson, Frances Johnson, Katherin Johnson, Lillian Curtis Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Melurd A. Johnson, Ana Johnson, Paul Johnson, Mrs. Rex Johnson, Ruby Johnson Virginia R. Jones, Agnes C. Jones, Blanche Jones, Charlene Jones, Clara L. Jones, Clarence Jones, Dale Houx Jones, Flora Susan Jones, Frances Jones, Gertrude Jones, Glenna Jones, Imogene Jones, Mary Opal Jonts, Mildred May Jones, Nellie Frances Jones, Norma Jones, Pauline D. Jones, Sylvia Viola Jones, Vachel G. Jones, Verna Jordan, R. H. Joy, Millard M. Kanoy, Clara Belle Kappelman, Ben D. Kas er, Sara Lena Katiierman, Loula M. Keefer, Madelyn Keel, Jeanette Keith, Bertha E. Keith, Mary M. Keith, Paul J. Keithly, Mattie Keithly, Mildred Kelk, Mrs. Pauline Keller, Kathryn Kelley, Ada Kellison, Oleta Kelly, Louise Kelly, Margaret Kemper, Bertha Kempfer, Homer Kendrick, Ruth ' Kerby, Zelda Keyes, Achsole L. Kidd, Josephine Kidd, Letha Killion, Louise Killion, P. T. Kimsey, Georgia Kimzey, Louise Kinder, Edna Corbin Kinder, Luke F. King, LaVonne King, Mary Frances King, Mattie Josephine ' Kinser, Harriet Kirchery, Anna Alice Kircher, Mildred Kirkpatrick, Frank Kirschman, Helen Kirschman, Mabel Knapheide, Katherine Knierim, Ester Knight, Fanny Lee Knipschild, Edna Koch, Kate Koch, William Koegler, Helen Koenig, Edna Koenig, Irene Koger, Lucile Kolar, Delpha Koontz, Lylah W. Kreisel, Ethel Mae Kreisel, Mabel C. Kretzinger, Madge Kroencke, Fern Krueger, Esther Krueger, Emilie Kruger, J. Carl Kruger, Mary Pauline Krumsick, Emma Kuipers, Carl J. Laidlaw, Gladys Laidlaw, Joyce E. Laird, Fannie Lakin, Violet Lambeth, Verna Lamm, Nettie Lamm, Virginia Lampton, Wilma Landes, Leighton Landis, Helen Landwehr, Burton Lane, Ella L. Lane, Frances Langford, Preston Langford, Zelona Langkoo, Thelma Larsen, Anna Lusio Lass, Mrs. Mildred Latham, Marian Lathan, Virginia Latimer, Maurine Laughlin, Irvin Lawrence, Nadine B. Lawson, Geraldine Lawson, Lorane Idella Lay, Elizabeth Lay, Mrs. Georgina Lay, Robert M. Laycock, Frances Layton, Leora Olive Lea, Mcdena Jane Leamer, Viola M. - Lehbing, Margeret Lee, Anna Belle Marshall Leet, H. Guy Lefever, Gregory Lefman, Lenora L. Lemley, Dema Lemley, Maurine Lentz, Eunice Lentz, Marie Leonard, Iva E. Leonard, Louise Leonard, Ruth D. LePage, Juliet Leslie, Glenn Leslie, Leona Lewis, Alice E. Lewis, Cornelia Lewis, E. Frances Lewis, Mabel Lewis, Mariruth Lewis, M. Virginia Lierman, Mary C. Lightcap, Lois Lindeman, Elvira M. Lindeman, Mary Lindeman, Opal Le Ann Linthacum, Helen Linville, Thelma Lofland, Walter Logan, Anetta E. Longan, Mary Rachel Longan, Ruth Elizabeth Longfellow, A. Rendall Longley, Annabel Longley, Emma Dean Loos, Amy Irene Lott, Elizabeth Lowe, Gentry Lowe, Helen L. Lowre, Dolores Lowre, Eula A. Lowrey, Frances Lowrey, Mrs. Pearl Lowry, William Lozier, Mrs. Glenn E. Lyle, Lena K. Lynch, Marjorie Lynch, Myrtle Lyons, Thelma McAfee, Kathryn McAfee, Mae McAlister, Byrdie McBee, Marian Frances McBride, Clara Belle McBride, Eva Mae McBride, La Vadie McCandles, Carl McCandless, Gladys McClanaham, Bobbie McClanahan, Lois McLiman, Neil McCling, Mabel F. McCollough, Mary Martha McCook, Mabel McCoy, Bernice McCullogh, A. W. McDaniel, Raymond McDonald, Johanna McDonald, Katharine McE1wee, Ruth McGinnis, Frances McGraw, Frank W. McGraw, F. W. McGrew, Pearl Mcllvian, Helen Mclntosh, Edna McKee, Ruth A. McKinley, Bertha McKinley, Lucile McKissack, Helen McKissack, Paul W. McLaughlin, Mary McLin, Roberta McMillan, Alice McMonigle, Mary Cecilea McQuerrey, Blanche E. McQuerry, Mary Telly McVean, Grace McVeigh, Bernice McWilliams, Mary Mackey, Clarence W. Madole, Gwendolyn Madole, Nadyne Mahood, Dora Mahood, Lena Mais, Mildred Faye Malcolm, Elsie Malloy, Walter Maloney, Mrs. Elise Maloney, Irene Mansell, Lena Metzler, Maud Mewes, Laura Mary Meyer, Mildred Lee Meyer, Rickey Mika, Marie Milburn, Carl Miler, Kirk Mill, Margaret Miller, Miller, Alice Ethel Lucille Miller, Mrs. Frances Miller, Ida Louise Miller, Jessie May Miller, Julia Miller, Laura Jane Miller, Larraine Miller, Marjorie Miller, Myrtle Miller, Winna D. - Milliken, Gertrude Millington, Rosalie Mills, Hattie L. Minks, Mildred Minter, Eugene Mitchell, Percy G. Mitchell, Sue Moberly, Mary Dee Moler, Moles, Agnes Mae Maxine Momberg, Bessie Monje, Clara Montgomery, Gertrude Moore, Albert Moore, Dorothy Moore, Frances Moore, Henrietta C. Moore, Lena E. Moore, Lola Moore, Maurice Moore, McFranklyn Moore, Mary F. Morgan, M. Frances Morgan, Ralph S. Morros, Cleora Morris, Esther R. Morris, Mary Jasper Morrow, Rozina Markey, Glenn Marsden, Floy Marsden, Lelia Marsden, Mrs. Ware Marsden, Ware Marshall, Alice Marshall, Beulah Martin, Alpha R. Martin, Bernice Martin, Edwin Martin, Juanita Martin, Maud Maurine Martin, Nina Kathleen Martin, Zelma Masel, Frederick Mason, Mrs. Owsley Mathews, Gladys Mauch, Mrs. Lena Maxe, Maryan Maxwell, Catherine Maxwell, Lucy Maxwell, Nellie Maxwell, Stephen May, Mrs. Louise G. Mayfield, Merreth Maynes, Vera De Etta Meadows, Lucille Means, Flo G. Medlin, Kathryn Melton, Mildred Mendenhall, Alphon Mendenhall, Mrs. Alphon Meredith, Mary Louise Merrill, Martha Messerli, Margaret Mortin, Della Adains Mosby, Edena Moser, Nadine Evelyn Moss, Inez Mothersbaugh, Inez Mothersbaugh, Sophia Mothersead, Helen Mothershead, Lou Rette Moxlery, Fannie Moyer, Lucille Muir, Lucille Muller, Martha Mumma, Rebecca Murdock, Marguerite Murphy, Helen Murphy, Richard Murray, Orine Neff, Louellen Neiman, Wauneta ' Nelson, Beulah ' Nelson, Christine Nelson, Mildred Hazel Nesbit, Harriet C. Nesbit, Janet C. Neth, Verna Neumann, Catherine New, Florence J. Newham, Margaret Eudora Newkirk, Christine Nichols, Faye Nihart, Martha Noble, Ruth A. Nolte, Myrtle O'Brien, Mildred Ocheltree, R. Don O'Connor, Ann M. Sandy, Eunice O'Danie1s, Cassie Ogle, Charles ' Oldham, Bess Oliver, Hallie Mae Oliver, Louise Oliver, Minnie Poisal Olson, Mary E. Oostenbroek, Frances Orr, Dorothy Mildred Osborn, Thelma C. Osbourne, Hazel Oswald, Myrtle E. Ousley, Paul R. Overmier, Doris Owen, Grace Owen, Opal Owen, Z. Lorena Owens, Mrs. Ehtel Owsley, Nellie Painter, Emmett N. Painter, Willie Parish, Helen Park, Oleta Parker, Beulah Anna Parker, Della Parker, Margaret Parkins, Elizabeth Parkins, Mattie Parks, Alma Patterson, Dorothy Carlyle Paugh, Mabel L. Paul, Viola Pauley, Fred Payne, Glenn B. Peak, Charlene Pearman, Rose E. Pennan, Alice Penny, Gladys Pentecost, Ruth Perdue, Mrs. Bess Peterie, Anna Lee Petering, Ora Peterman, Elsie Peters, Edna M. Peters, Frances Peters, Mrs. Gertrude Petri, Mary C. Petrus, Marion V. Petty, Leona Belle Philbrick, Marie Phillips, Cecile B. Phillips, Estella Phillips, Ethel Phillips, Hazel E. Phillips, Kathryn Phillips, Myrl B. Phillips, Sarah Elizabeth Pickett, Mrs. Dora M. Pickett, Ethel Todd Pierce, Mildred Pierce, Opal Pigg, Ewell G. Pitcher, Marian Pittman, Margaret , Poagne, Helen Vashti Poe, Carolyn Poisal, Lola Irene Po ue, Thelma Pollard, A. Christine Q.. Pollock, Lula Porter, Lora E. Potter, Blanche Potter, Marguerite Potter, Roy L. Powell, Helen Irene Powell, Powell, Powell, Jewell M. Lucille Norma E. Powell, Velma Lee Powell, Virginia Powers, Minnie May Prewitt, Olive M. Price, Jennie Price, Lillian I. Price, Ruth Prichard, Mrs. Audrey Priest, Bessie Probert, Lucille Prock, Alice Jane Prowell, Genevieve Prussing, Wanda Pugh, Ruth Pulliam, Eunice Pulliam, Margaret Pulliam, Mildred Purchase, Edith Purchase, Oreen Queen, John Alfred Quinker, Josephine Quinn, Eula Radford, Gladys Ralston, Dean Ramey, Mrs. Edna Rand, Olive Pauline Ranum, Norman J. Rathert, Kenneth C. Rawlings, Thomas C. Ray, Helen C. Ream, Madge Ream, Madie Reaver, Irene Rector, F. Paul ' Redd, Alice Reeder, Esther Reichle, Thelma Blue Reick, Elizabeth Reid, Edna Reid, Ferne Reid, Mary Beth Reid, Ruth Virginia Reid, T. Albert Reid, Virgil P. Remley, Frances Renfrow, Gordon Repp, Edith Reser, Edith Reser, Oral J. Rhoades, Cloa Butler Rhoades, Ralpho Rhoades, Anna Elba Rhodes, Sarah Elizabeth Ribelin, Vera Rice, Cora L. Rice, Glen Richards, Elizabeth Richardson, Mabel Edith Riley, Helen Riley, Mildred Ringen, Mabel Ringen, Myrtle Rippee, Vesta Riske, Virginia L. Ritter, Opal I Ritterbusch, Aurelia Roark, Grace Roark, Opal Roberts, Chester Roberts, Pearl Robertson, Ramona L. Robinson, Blanche Roush Robinson, Lucille Robinson, Mary Robinson, Mrs. Mildred Robinson, Tony Robinson, Walter J. Rodenbach, Thelma Rodnes, Zelda G. Rogers, Paul D. Rohlfing, Florence C. Rohling, Sylvia Rohrbach, Fairrie B. Rollins, Adelia B. Rollins, Frances Lee Rollins, Leonard T. Rollins, Raymond Rombach, Vera Roop, George B. Rose, Lilian Ross, Dorothy Ross, Lucille Ross, Louise Rothwell, Mary M. Rougemont, J. R. Rougemont, L. Maude Rowe, Lucille Rowland, Helene M. Rowland, William L. Royar, Eunice Royster, Matilda Ruble, Mary Margaret Ruckel, Clara Ruckel, Harriet Mae Rucker, Mabyl Rudy, William H. Ruff, Viola Rush, John M. Rush, Vera Lee Rusk, Eunice E. Rusk, Gladys W. Russell, Nola Ryan, Lorna Salmon, Thelma Sama, Mary C. Sands, Mrs. Jeanette Johnson Sannebeck, Elizabeth K. Sapp, Joe Sartin, Edith Sass, Renata Satterfield, Eva C. Shults, Fay Schlotzhouer, Etta Mae Schlup, Myrtle Schmidt, Beatrice Schmolzi, Hattie Schondelmaier, Paul A. Schooling, Anita Schooling, Mable Schrinsher, Carrell Schrock, Lola June Schrock, Mary Ruth Schultz, Lucille Schultze, Ella Schultze, Mildred L. Schweer, Anna L. Scothorne, Harriette Scott, Elizabeth N. Scott, Eva Scott, Margaret Scott, Martha Lea Scott, Opal Scott, Ruby A Scotten, P. V. , Scroggin, Marion H. Scroggs, W. E. Seamonds, Lucile Sears, Hannah Belle Sechrest, Pearl N. Seevers, Delpha Settle, Ida Mae Settle, Ruth Shackelford, Josie Shackelford, Ruth Shafer, Myrtle Shaw, Elizabeth Shea, Mrs. Anna F. Sheehan, Bessie Sheehan, Nellie Ray Sheets, Florence Mae Sheets, Nora E. Sheets, Ruth Virginia Shell, F. E. Shell, Mrs. Fred E. Shelten, Alma Shelton, Fredonia Shelton, Giles Shelton, Leta Joe Shelton, Olney R. Shepherd, Leo Shields, Frances Shields, Hazel Shier, Margaret Shimel, Lola Arline Shirk, 'Amy Fern Shirley, Ida Block Shirley, Rose Shockey, Eleanor Shockley, Geneva Shoemaker, Viola Shomo, Juanita Short, Dorothy Short, Marguerite Shortridge, Lilia Showatter, Gladys E. Shryack, Beatrice Shull, Mrs. Eugenia Shull, Goldie Shultz, Elmer Glenn Silvey, Ada B. Silvey, Harriet Ann Silvey, Russell Silvey, Vena Sim, Mrs. Maude C. Simmons, Audrey Simmons, Geraldine Simms, Frances Simpson, Emerson L. Simpson, Marguerite Sims, Mrs. Carl Sims, Elsie Stockton Sims, Lee Thomas Sinclair, Myra Elizabeth Sivils, Elgie Six, Mrs. J. E. Skaggs, Mrs. Elizabeth Skaggs, L. M. Slack, Jessie Pearl Slayton, Bernie Sleeth, Mildred Slone, Ona Small, Dorothy Dean Smarr, Thelma Smiser, Smiser, Smiser, Smith, Smith, Elizabeth Grace Mildred Avis Blanche Smith, Mrs. Brodie M Smith, Celia Smith, Mrs. Charlotte Smith, Dorothy Smith, Ethel M. Smith, Genevieve Smith, Hazel Pearl Smith, Henrietta Smith, Ita Smith, Irene Goldie Smith, J. Woodson Smith, Lloyd Smith, Louise Smith, Mildred Pearl Smith, Nancy Smith, Paul C. Smith, A. Eugene Snapp, Eugene Snell, Twyla Snider, Amos J. Snider, Dan Snodgrass, Wash Snow, Ruth Snuffer, Aileen Snuffer, Ruby Soapes, Helen Souther, Elizabeth Souther, Mary Alice Sowers, Clarence C. Sowers, Kathryn Williams Spangenberg, Ernestine Spicer, Viola . Spillman, Cleda Sprinkle, Mildred Stafford, Pearl Staley, John F . Stanley, Lola Stanway, Elizabeth Staples, Emma Lee Staples, Nannie Ruth Stapleton, Regna Starks, Elsie Starks, Jennie Lee Starkey, Anna Lee Starkey, Etiva Lena Starkey, Gladys Irene Storne, Olive E. St. Clair, Melba Stickler, Florence Stephens, Eunice Stephens, Helen Stephens, Lillian Elizabeth Stephens, Oliver E. Stephens, Ruth Elizabeth Stephenson, Harold H. Sterling, Nellie Hart Stevens, Edna Stevens, L. Thelma Stevinson, Freida Stewart, Gilmore Stewart, Maurice L. ' Stewart, Ruth Stiak, Catherine L. Still, Annalee Stockton, Joyce Stoddard, Ottie Bell Stone, Grace Stone, Jack W. Stone, Mildred Stonner, Audrey Stout, Anna Ruth Stratton, Georgia Stratton, Geraldine Stratton, Lena May Stratton, Virginia Straw, Anona Straw, Inez Straw, Louise Straw, Zilpha Street, Margarette Strickfaden, A. Monroe Strobel, Grace Strong, Mrs. Lauretta Strong, W. Wallace Stroup, Landes Stuart,.Henry B. Stickey, Eunice Stuesse, Eleanor Stuhrman, Juanita E. Suddath, James W. Sullivan, Amy C. Sullivan, Mary Norine Sullivan, Minnie C. Summers, Alyce Summers, Mollie Swackhamer, Naomi Swarner, Geraldine Sweeney, Kathryn Sweeney, Nellie A. SweeneY. Rose B. Swisher, Florence Swisher, Lulu B. Swope, Maurine Taggart, Agnes Talbott, Ruth Tankesley, Alba Tanner, Nelle C. Taylor, Helen M. Taylor, Laura J. Taylor, Luella Taylor, Mary Taylor, Ruth Virginia Tempel, Frieda Tempel, Lillian Temple, Mabel Templeton, Bertha H. Terwilliger, Josephine M. Tetley, Vesta Vaughan, Vau han g , Vaughan, Mable Meta Opal Adelia Wiley, Lillian Wiley, Roy L. Tharrington, Nelle Thixton, Veda A. Thomas Thomas Thomas , Bettie , Blanche Blanch Shore Thomas, Irma Irene Thomas, John W. Thomas, Maude E. Thomas, Nellie May Thomas, Nina L. Thomas, Tom E. Thompson, Della Thompson, Evelyn Thompson, Louanna Thomson, Ruth F . Thornhill, Gladys May Thoss, 'Charles W. Thurman, Augusta Thurston, Alfred R. Tichenor, Louise Tillman, Ruth Olive Tinsley, Jewell Tising, Margaret Elizabeth Tising, Nell Rose Todd, Gertrude Todd, Natalie Tolle, Dora Toner, James Victor Toomay, Zetta Townsend, Dudley Townsend, Josephine Townsend, Martha Towsend, Pauline Trachsel, Lovenia Tracy, Mary Belle Trask, Vada Tribble, Edna Earle Triplett, Mary Troedston, E. S. Troppmann, Clara Trumbull, Roberta Tubbesing, Laura Eva Turnbow, Ruby Turner, Freda Turner, Kathryn Turner, Or ha Mae Turner, Lillian M. Twenter, Joseph H. Twiehaus, Dora A. Tyler, H. Greely Tyler, Tillie K. Tytee, Eugenia Ulrey, R. W. Underwood, Helen Underwood, Lois Mae Underwood, Mabel Updike, Mary Ruth Vadmais, Alzora A. Van Blarcum, Fae VanderLinden, Sallie Vanderpool, Martha Vanhorn, Mrs. Beulah Vanhorn, Harold D. Van Meter, Dorothy Van Meter, Willa Vaughn, Janie Belle Vaughan, Ruby A. Vogel, Lydia Vogel, Sybel Vogt, Bessie Voris, Oma L. 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Windsor, Florence Winn, Alma Lucille Winter, Gladys Wirdom, Mary Sue Wiser, Alma Wisner, Josie M. Withrow, Lilla Elliott Watts, Mary E. Wear, Lorine Weaver, Florence E. Webb, Arthur B. Webb, Edna Lee Webb, Eva Webb, Frank J. Webb, Pearl Webb, Sarah E. Weber, Evelyn Weber, Gwendolyn Werks, Lola Werks, Mildred Wegener, Mildred H. Weidman, Marie B. Weinrich, Mary Louise Welch, Clara Welch, Jessie E. Welker, Bessie Weller, Almonta Marie Weller, Cleora Weller, Fred Wilson Weller, Hazel Weller, Helen Wellsh, Dialthia L. Welton, Myrtle Werling, Margaret West, Agnes West, Charlotte West, Grace Lee West, Marguerite Wetzel, May Maurine Whanger, Grace Whitaker, Virginia White, Amos C. White, Elizabeth M. White, Irene White, Norma Whitheld, Cecile Whitfield, Ermsorlee Whitsitt, Marie Whittington, Miriam Alice Widmier, Anna Frances Wilcox, Euphemia Witherspoon, Eula Witt, Thelma Witthar, Mildred L. Witcig, Willa Agnes Witzke, Mary Ellen Wolfe, Dora Wolfe, Susie Wairhaye, Glen C. 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Teaching youth, "eternal youth," is most fascinating ex- perience. It is also most valuable service to society. The college motto is "Education for Service." The spring term begins March 3. The summer term begins June 3. The autumn quarter and the new year will begin September 8. Ex senses are low. Living is food but chea v. an l Write for catalogue and further information to the Regis- trar, Dean or President. I I 'TTX if ff ' jig s-'f -4 if- wig' l-szrxnkbr-QE l2011 fs Fire Kpetoris g VERNAZ DRUG COMPANY . Registered Pharmacists 116 West Pine Street Free Delivery School Supplies, Fountain Pens, Stationery, Sundries, Toiletries, Candy, Leather Goods, Paints, Artists' Supplies We Give Eagle Discount Stamps z000000000000 A fraternity man was badly z z mangled in a train wreck, and when O Q the doctors tried to identify him by 0 Q the clothes he was wearing, it Q O looked as though the whole chapter . Q was injured. Q Q Q 'Buy Me .best -for Less 'for Cash' Q Qu SSELL Q BROTHERS Jiang' ouaurv ctornes snov 0 z Warrensburg and Clinton z 0 0 HEBERLING SHOE 2 0 COMPANY 0 z Warrensburg, Missouri Q 0 0 900000000000' N SMART SHOES and HOSIERY I2021 Joe: "I came within ten seconds of breaking the world's record once." Jack: "What event was that in -the hundred yard dash?" "Bill hung his stockings up Christmas Eve." "What did he get?" "A notice from the health de- partmentf' ALL PATHS TO BEAUTY LEAD TO ESTES BEAUTY SHUPPE Estes Hotel Building Permanent Waving and All Branches of Beauty Culture Phone 62 STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS Il ' X ' I t PALACE I 1 CONFECTIONERY X, Tr 126 N. Holden sr. W mx , X Q' Ill SOLICIT M24 "'- YOUR MAIL J. V? K oP.DI:Rs 5'-5' THE COLLEGE 4 STORE If IFJ Used in School Vlfe Have If Ed: "See that girl over there, they say her face is her fortune." Red: "Yes, and it leads into a nice little figure, too." - Q 1 ,C f A 'Q-- ""' - 'Y I , if Jfilnimn- -M' N i i 1 Q 0 : ....r' "Ifl'ix,rk.,:: I2031 ESTES GARAGE AUTO LAUNDRY GREASING BATTERY SERVICE STORAGE ami GENERAL REPAIR ,, ,M . '.,J? N55 WG, Ed ART EDITOR Co-ed fat baseball gamej: 'iOh, look, we have a man on every base!" Another Co-ed: "That's nothing, so has the other side." REWARD You kissed and told, But that's all right- The man you told Called up last night. -Pomona Sagehen. Student Cbumping into grey haired manl: "Hey, where the heck are you going?" Man: "Say, kid, I guess you don't know who I am. I'm the assistant football coach," Student: "Oh, pardon me, sir: I thought you were the dean." I-lv, 1.. 5 2lll,1 STAR THEATRE LATEST AND BEST TALKING PICTURES ON WESTERN ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Matinees at 2 :go Peoples National Bank Under Government Supervision f? 'ff-'f1",..f-f-ff-'I-"'f"X f P' PEISFLIS I A if NATIONA TL 1E!?9H15iT 'H .gqxrf , ' -9,5 fm E ' 'S 2 10155: X-1 'R 4 f wlplo '-in -. Member of FEDERAL RESERVE .VI 'FI 'dg BANK NWS 'lf f -15 fm 9-OO CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 3175,000.00 1000 SMA. Home of Chime Clock 117 North Holden Strccr VVIMTA MCNVTE Pggfgg name 1 Sree oven TO 'rms QIAGS ANU Powmia My HOSE A 'I The Collage Cfrfvfcmz S from Iac Crcnm and Bzflfcr Marla 2,11 Y0Vu1'rw1.vbzfrg by WARRENSBURG CREAMERY CQ. Phone 131 for Party Orders As Fadeproof l MIDDISHADE The Specialized BLUE Suit For 535.00 Good As Any Blue Suit in U. S. A. for 5550.00 WILCGXON BROTHERS PIONEER CASH CLOTHIERS 5 F11 f P Q E fs E'-"iii L? E3 1 El N EL"-:S :U E 1: U gg E Zi :U F1 Fi 2. :U 5 S, . 3 F. ---fr U E ,. 1:-213 UTERAIYY EDITOR I I 2 , f A-' iff wr - R I Kgifzfllg imif I A Ax i I N R if A R I R gf , w. Q2 if 23 KZ K . . 1 'S K ,R R 5 ': w , 1 anm-ww f..-.,-,213nt:..-td. il iiuf, YW ..--.v . -.W 1 - X H 4. . ' T? .. .- -nr.-. .- . V ff: 7 -A 5 STRONG - PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING R Capital - - - S1oo,ooo oo 'S Surplus - - fF130,000 oo 1 4 , kq,, i 1 . J ZIMMERMAN'S FOR DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND COLLEGE JEWELRY l2l N. Holden St. 'Narrensburg, Mo. vw Gfa sa 1. ' q I- ' s'.0 O BUS! N ESS' NSR. FAULKNERS Always Sells for Less lVIen's and Young Men's Suits Shoes and Furnishings WARRENSBURG MISSOURI SHEPARD'S DRY GOODS HOSIERY LINGERIE We Appreciate the GOOD WILL As Well as the BUSINESS Which Comes to Us from Both Teachers and Students of the C. M. S. T. C. We Strive Earnestly to Be Worthy SI ODORLESS CLEANERS DALE B. SHARP Proprietor Phone 213 W W LACE your Annual in the hands of a printer who specializes in College Annual NM work one who knows your problems, and is able by experience and willing by real interest to cofoperate in every step of its production. That one act will be a long step toward your goal of success. Get in touch with us early, so that we may help you all the way, both for iine results and economy. TwentyfFive Tears Successful Pfrmting Service SMITH-CGRIIEVIES CoMlvANY, Printers KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI VITT-MAYES-GARRISON MFG. Co., INC. SHIRTS OVERALLS WORK PANTS WARRENSBURG. MO. New Ford I Roadster 35435 f. o. b. Detroit Students' Favorite THEODORE SHOCK FORD DEALER Dependable Service Genuine Ford Parts and EVERYTHING NEW in MAGAZINES EVERYTHING GOOD in EATS AND DRINKS CANDYLAND CONFECTIONERY WARRENSBURG. MO. 104 W. Pine St. Phone 16k CLASSIC BARBER Maul J Accessories SHOP Phone 27 Wmensbufg' MO' High Class Work A. I.. NANCE, Proprietor ' ck! Mui I , 4' Q U 1 U . - A , ll-'I D' x f .7 - iw 1' 'i fi 2' Y-w'V'i-if -if rl xv l2091 COLLEGE SHOPPE Exclusive Agent MARTHA WASHINGTON CAN DIES The Nation's Gift' all No. 5 We Deliver l il.-Asu REQ THE CHAMPION SHOE REPAIR SHOP Shoe Repair and Shine Parlor KELLY id SULLIVAN Proprietors 103 North Holden Street FOSTERS WARRENSBURCPS STYLE SHOP Home of Shagmoor Coats Printzess Coats Co-ed Dresses Kayser Hosiery Gordon Hosiery Rollins Run Stop Hosiery Nelly Don Home Frocks Always Complete Stocks of Women's and Misses' Apparel Whert Newer Styles are Shown, Fosters Wz'II Show Them Every Dollar has Iwo paris--lhe par! you spend and the par! you save. A Tlirifl' Rceounl af llais bank will lake care of flue Part Tlial Counts AMERICAN TRUST eo. XVnrrensburg, Mo. efvfffkfffarw l3Q,fB,l112l'9lf gifffsflfffjiif' ,wEQlllf3a gpg: 'X .I Ur l f fx X: fthf fx fx! I fx, Vs VsA?i'2VfW Pix X 'N' bk, 452 E657 ' fb -'mr "TIME FOR SALE" Time is the measure of life. Time is more than money, for where can you buy back a yester- day? But the laundry sells you many tomorrows. Time for youth and beauty, for living more fully a richer life, that is what the laundry offers, Will you buy? Lazzfzeiry-Wfr1.s'lwzZ C I oflzus Guard I-Iealflz Clothes Washed in Filtered Soft Q G Water CITY EDITOR ' IN - CHIEF' STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 100 Warrcnsburg ' Missouri 1 Wearing Apparel of Proven Worth for Men Nationally advertised Wearing Apparel is always the safest and most eco- nomical to buy+- A Store that features Wearing Apparel of National repute is known as a Store that Safeguards its customers' interests at all times. We feature KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES, STETSON HATS, MUNS- ING WEAR, WILSON BROS. HOSIERY, MANHATTAN and ARROW BRAND SHIRTS. In fact, our entire stock is assembled from America's leading manufacturers. I 1' Coffs Lars fo Dram Wall and SZIJTCCIX THRAILKILL COMPANY "TONY" "BOB" ef XXEEVIQ., 151,-.fzqs-I l'211l THE STAPVJQURNAL PRINTING AND SUPPLIES Cards, Announcements, Circulars, Stationery, School Catalogues and Courses of Study Special Cffers on Fraternity or Sorority Stationery STUDENT PATRONAGE APPRECIATED The Starfjournal Publishing Co. WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI CCDMMERCIAL BANK Undivided Profits . S130,000.00 'V' Capital, Surplus and STUDENTS, ACCOUNTS SOLICITED secnaemrzv I212J REGISTER!! lIk560l STS 045 NYM SERVICE nnuo sroma XJ PIQQHEQII rage vnonvroulvsxv connsnmsmomoen ' SCHOOL SUPPLIES-DRUGS AND DRUG SUNDRIES We Want the Students to Feel at Home Here Though it's not generally known, snails never use asbestos brake lin- 1ngs. Lizzie Anderson is taking up phys- ical culture and on the occasion of her first interview with the physical director made the following replies to his questions: "Calf?" "Fourteen inches." "Thigh?" "Nineteen inches." "NeCk?" uYes!n PHI: "How were your grades MCMEEKIN'S Warrensburg. Mo. HOME FURNISHINGS EXPERT PICTURE FRAMING Visit Our Drapery Department The Crowd: "We want a touch- down! We want a touchdown!" Small Voice: "Papal I want a sack of peanuts." last uarter?" Klip: "Jules BASHAM sz ROSELLE PHI:. "How's that?" for KAP: "Twenty thousand leagues C011 FGE lIEWEIJRY under the UC." J J J ,md OPTICAL GOODS ENJOY YOUR KITCHEN L 81 H RANGES FRIGIDAIRES Cook With Electricity MISSOURI PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 221 NORTH HOLDEN PHONE 240 fzis I I rv 4.9 -- lmame hpli iefgef-'ET 4 AS STUDENTS- 'You know and appreciate good photography. And we are here to give you the best and to accommodate you all we can, because we want your H patronage. Ti Over 600 student pictures in this book were made by us. not counting faculty, and we can serve you from inexpensive application pictures to high grade oils or ink sketchings. We cover everything in the field of photography. "The Home of Good Photographs" SKINNERS PHGTO STUDIO WARRENSBURG. MISSOURI .QQGRAA-,Ay I dz- ee.-'tru 1 A MKHIIIQ 6, 2 ' 1-Efyviezi '70 f " DIXIE CLEANERS N First Door East of f 7 ll' Star Theatre W- DRESSES, SUITS, f- ,Ev OVERCOATS Cleaned and Pressed f X TX--3 1 51.00 N ' Call' Us-We'll can I ADVERTISING MANAGER , i Telephone 333 I2141 , L H --E5 fue TX-112 tor? ...g , . 1 AUTOGRAPHS ' 7 fpfml, J-' f- K' J . q -6111.442 out 7 Q, . , ,ff - , X 1 ' 14uJ . w:0" , if df flu., . ff, .- Q' f A .. -1 cj if . ,-61,9 4, ,4,f,.'-1, ,,. 1,55 K, 1- tv '9LffQ'4 M -. ,L-g - Lf .: ., QQQC, LZHQL - 1, 4fi1,f,f:-ff, 2,9 , jgryll 5, K A 1 q 5 L,1,.b'f .,,f , , , , I 4 ' . . , A 1 ' Kali H,.w.4--1 I'J :pw-fc-1 if 'T 4- ' 1 by ,fl ff' - - 'g,,..'f-1. -1 I Af A215-L -0, 44 ' Q-L rfb L LJ If , fy I . A i ! 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' ' """' ' ' ' 116-133 somomonus ....... . .12-sa DEWENY' MHS- CHARLES L ---- 19 163-178 SORORITIES AND ' HMQQEQYI HDN' T- J '-'------- 19 . .20-30 FRATERNITIES ...... 134-161 HOU' LR' QANIEL -'---------- 19 .86-101 STUDENT COUNCIL .... .... 1 07 HULL' -"' S "'--- '--- 1 9 182-186 THE STUDENT ...... .,.. 1 00 MMM' 0N6"D ----------'- 19 195-202 TRACK. ..,....... 101-194 LEE- HON- HARLES A ------- 19 ..54-70 Y. M. C. A ..... 112-113 ANDERSON, CLAY ..... 29, 131, 159 BALL, LUCY A ..... ..... BASS, H. H ....... . . . .....24 ..29,54 FACULTY GRINSTEAD, NOEL B, . . . .. GROENEWOLD, ELLA. . HARRIS, ANNIE G ...... 28, .....30 .....27 34,118 NATTINGER, MRS. MAUnE ...... 24 NEv1LLE, DELTA M ....,.. 25, 121 117 193 PHILLIPS, H. A ....... .25, 72, BEAMER, MAUDE .... ,... 2 7, 119 HAIIWOOD, MAYME. . . ..... 26 REID, T. C ....... 30, 179, 186, BROWN, OLIVE ....... ....... 2 3 HATz, JULIA ............... 27, 72 Roov, AMY. ...,. . ....... ..... 3 0 BROWN, ELMI-:R ..,.....,,..... 22 HENDIiICKS, DR. E. L .......... 20 RUNYON, LAURA .............. 29 BUDDEMEYER, NELLE .......... 23 HOSEY, GERTRUDE. .,...... 22, 86 SCARHOROUGH, J. H .... .... 2 6 CALLAWAY, ELIZABETH .... 28, 118 HOOVER, G. E ....... ...... 2 3 SCI-IOEN, LOUISE ...... ...... 2 8 CALVERT, FRED ............... 29 HOUTS, MRS. O. L .... .... 2 3 SCOTT, JULIA. .- ..... ........ 2 6 CHARLTON, ARUBA B ...... 26, 120 HUDSON, C. B ........ .... 2 2 SETTLE, CASKEY, . . . . .30, 116 SOLLINE E. IA: ....... ....... 3 2 EULBE, SHIRLIEY ...... ,.., 3 'Q' QMARR, WELWVA .......... RAIG, EN ....., ,.... . . UMPHREYS, AULINE, . . .... TEVENS, . ...... . . . , . , DAWES, LI-ITA ....... ....,.... 2 7 JACOBS E, L .,,,,.,,. .... 2 4 STRAITON, GERALDEAN .....,,.. 27 DELLER, EUGENIA ......... 27, 122 KENNEDY, MARY A. .. .... 26 TODD, MARIE .............. 24, 54 DOWNS, MYRTLE .... ....... 2 9 KROHN, FRANCES ..... .... 2 3 URRAN, F. W .........,..,..,. 26 EDWARDS, WARD .... .... 2 3, 86 LOSSON, H. A ...... .... 2 8 UTT, PAUL R ............. 28, 122 ?ITzGEIRIALD, RUTH. . . ....... MARTI, Osage A ..... .... 2 2 31-IITEMANQJLARENCE ........ .32 'oRD, ARRIET ..... ...,..... A RTIN, . ' ....... ,..... .... 2 I LLIAMS, ARTHA ...... .... 2 FOSTER, EARL .... ..... 2 2, 117 MARTIN, LOUISE .............. 30 WOOD, ROLLA F ....... .... 2 5 GLAzE, T. D .... .... . . .25 MORELI ND, ARTHUR C ........, 22 WRIGHT, MILDRED ..... .... 3 0 goes, GLAIms1 ..... ...., 5 MORRIS, WWCF .... 51. .26 RAHAM, . .... .... o HROW, . L .... , , , .1 ADAMS, JEWEL ....... ....... 9 0 BAUMANN, AGNES .......... . . .32 BROWN, EARL ........ 90, 117, 125 A1-IRENS, MARIE ............... 90 BAUR, ZOE .................... 50 BROWN, GEORGP1 .............. 82 ALEXANDER, NELLIE ....... 87, 124 DEALS, DANIEL BROWN, HELEN ............... 97 ALEXANDER, RUTH .......... 82, 133, 164, 184, 186 BROWN, KENNETH. . . .5l, 133, 193 ..........44,118,137,139,153 BEARD,GLADYE...............95 BROWN,MARYI2..............79 ALLEE, RAM-H ,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,, gg BEATTY, EDWARD, Jn .......... 93 BROWN, R. L., JR ............. 78 ALLEN, HERBERT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 BROWN, VIRGINIA S. . .73, 118, 155 ALLEN, MADELINE ,.,..,, 101, 153 BEATIY, VIRGINIA BRowNI-'II-:LD, FRANCES ......... 76 ALLEN, MAMAN ,,,,,,, 78' 83' 149 ......,... 58, 113, 121, 137, 139 BHOWNS, LUCILLE ............. 88 ALLEN, MARY Amex., .,,lll,,l.A Q5 EI-:cKER, Fl60RENCE ..... . ERULLMQDN, AUGUST .... . ALLEN, MILDIIED .......... 90, 124 ECKMAN, LORENE ...... , RUNE, 'LBIE ....... . . . , 0 B 1 ' I ' ' ........... . .78 B K .... .... . . 515:35 5 5,-,-,-551,23 ......... 47, gg 32Z1:Q..QT1?gLN ..........,. 31 A 13 Q - .-',,,.,.l..l ENTLEY, ENEVA ............ UMGARDNER, YHA Afffsggj Qfigfg ,,,,,,, ,,.,, 8 3 Emmy, EEINOR ........... 94, 133 B .. .s4,N:19, 124, 126, 144, 115, 123 A K 5 ETHEL, EATRICE ............ UNcE, ARY ............ . . ,fnf'?3'TE33' 159 183' 186 EETIIELMGERALDI-:AN .......... Z4 gURKEMM1LI11zEn ........ . 12222: 9fy,ggg,gif'f ---'--' -1 - -131 3132? M115-3I'IifIaI'151EL.' :: 5 J J :RQ 12? g3.'2Lf: '.::11'. . .15 INKLI-:Y UEEN 'STHER URRIS, ARIE owE......... Qx,'fQg,,If,1,Nbff,f,iIf,5mg1,' ...... ' ........ 40, 137, 139, 144 BUSBEE, CHARLES ......,..... 100 ANDERSON: H-,ELMARI I .'. I U fl .87 BIRDSONG, MILDRED ........... 94 BUSCI-IMANN, BURDE'l'1'1'I ' ANDERSON' J0EH.5-7' 133 161 193 BLACKDUIIN, MARY ............ 76 .............. 89, 133, 182, 186 ANDREWS' GERTRUDE ' G7 ELASEIWANNA MAl!lE ..... . .38 RUSH, DALREI ..... ....... 80, 117 ARCHER MMDA .".' ""' 37 LIBB, M ............... , 1 5 UTCHER, ARY LIcE ', ' ""' BLOWERE, FLORENCE ........... C2 ................... 80 117 143 QSEZSBELEQZSTH """ ' BOUBIT, GEORGE .............. 77 BUTLER, MARY .......... I .... I. .88 ARMENTMUT' Cglhiidilhz 1 176: 125 EODENHAMEER, 11OT1'IE .... .... 3 2 BYNUM, LoRI-:NE .... ......... 9 4 AIARMENTROUT, CHESTER. . .... .74 Bggi:':AX'f',g4 M """ """ 9 5 . RMLNTROUT' MMQIIQE 122 137 151 BOLTON: LORENZO ............. 94 CALDWELL, LORA L ....... ' ..... 9 1 ' ' ' 98 EONDURANLISIOI-IN .,...... 69, 113 gALHOUN, 1AINNxE LAURIE. ' -'--'-----' OOSINGER, EARL ............ ALI-IOUN, AHIE ......... , QSZZQBBIEZZERT ""' 94' 110, 190 IIQGSTONCHELEIE ........... 87, 12115 SAMPBELLMEARLA .... ....... 67 ' OYCE, RACE RENE .......... ANTLON, R . NNA 1 ....... 42 -.-...36,113,118,139,141,1-59 BOYER,ANNABEL..............55 CAPPS,VIRGINIA,.............89 gxgzlfgz'-?:!QHfJ:4L:1l!1sW ---------. ERADEN, AETHBR .............. 62 SARLYLE, LLQIYD .............. . I ..... ..... R ENNEISSEN, ACHEL ARDENTER, ELEN ........... 126 155 CASE, MAI-1ELBANE.......80 117 BREON, ROUERT ............. '. .94 CASEIIOLT, EUGENE I BAILEY. BERNIECE ...... .47, 120 BRICKEN, LUCILLE ........ 81, 117 .............. 43, 117, 141, 186 BAL!-EW. BESSIE .............. 83 BRIGHTWELL, LELAH BELL ...... 62 CAULK, JESSE P ........... .... 4 8 BAIINEW, NADINE .......... . .100 BROOKS, IRENE ......... , . .67, 126 CAULK, VIRGIL P.39, 117, 125, 141 BAP-THOLOMEW, NINA ..... .... 7 3 BROWN, EUNICE .......... 93, 123 CHAMBERS, THOMAS. . .45, 117, 131 f 5- A-fr, 'r . . i. I - L- rf'- ,f.g:.-:t11E -:s,.11'y.,7"" - f"' M-1-lj?-T' ' 12181 ' ' ' n , . g' 1 " . . .... f Q ,, L ,S E L E. -gig The TQ32 11013 f - CHANDLER, KENNETH .......... 77 DOWLEII, NETT11-I .............. 80 GRAVES, DPILLA AMY ........., 00 CHANEY, MARY LEE ....... 60, 151 DOZIEll, THELMA ...... 61, 108, 155 GREEN, MARY ELECTRA ........ 41 CHANEY, MRS. L. J ..........,. 83 DREON, LOIIENE ............... 47 G11-EENWOLD, MARY CHANEY, OSCAR ...... . . .101 DUEEER, CLARENCE ....... 77, 120 ............... 66, 82, 118, 155 CHAPIN, ELMER ....... ..,... I 15 DUKE, LUCILLE ...... . . .76, 118 GREER, BLANCHE ............. .97 - CHAPMAN, BERNICE ......,..... 05 DUNCAN, HELEN. . . ...... 02 GREIM, JOHN ............... . .05 CHASE, INEZ .............. 97, 120 DUNI-IAM, EILEEN. . . . ..,. 70 GRIER, VIRGINIA .......,.... .100 CHATHAM, LILLIAN ...,.... 74, 121 DUNN, J. EnwARD .... . . .100 GRIl'P'IN, GLADYS MAXINPJ ...... 09 ,S CI-IILDRESS, CHAS ..,.. 93, 123, 100 DUNN, KATE .....,............ 02 GRIGGS, JOHN A .......... 83, 118 CHILDRESS, STEPHEN DUNNING, ISADEL ............. 04 GIIOVEE, FLORENCE ......,. 89, 110 .............123,183,186,188 DUSToN,M.W...............50 GUNN,EUGENE...............4G CHRISTIAN, BERT ,...., .. .88, 125 DYBART, MILDRED. . . .91, 120, 116 GWINN, ALYCE. . .74, 118, 137, 155 CHUNN, DEBBIE MAE ...... 98, 126 ' CLARK, ROBERT. .60, 141, 144, 164 CLONTS, CARLENE EDMUNDS, LEAH ...... ........ 0 4 HACKNEY, RICHARD .... .... . 78 . ............. 50, 120, 122, 147 EGGIMAN, ARTHUR. . . .. .81, 161 HAGEMAN, CLARK .... . . . . . . .00 CLow, ARTHUR ........... 95, 113 ELLING, JEwELL .... .....,,. 8 0 HAGEMAN, TOM ........... 67 121 Conn, JOHN B. . .35, 105, 117, 118, ELLIOTT, LLOYD ...... .. ,80, 161 HAINES, PAUL .........., . . . ,95 130, 141, 159 ELSEY, KATHRYN ..... . . .76, 126 HALDIMAN, FLORENCE ......,. .81 COEEMAN, CAREY D ....... 57, 117 EMICK, MADGE ..... ..,..... 3 8 HALLAII, MARTHA.5f5, 118, 121 155 COLLINS, ARTHUR ...,......... 45 ESSIG, DON, JR .... ' . . .58, 119 TIAMILTON, ELIZABETH ......, .03 COLLINS, JANICE ...... 75, 137, 157 EVANS, .IAMES .... . . .56, 117 HAMMOND, A. A ............. .76 COLLINS, NORMA ...........,.. 82 EVANS, LOUISE ..... ....., 0 8 HAMI'TON, BI-:RNICE ........ 81 126 CONNER, MFILBA ........... 78, 82 EVANS, MARION ...... . , .102 HAMPTON, WILMA. . . . . . . . .61 T CONNOR, GREGORY .... ...... 8 7 EVERETT, VAL JEAN. .......... 40 HAMIIIC, MERSYLLA ......... . .08 CONOVER, MAIIION .... ,,.... S 7 FAGAN, PAULA ................ 66 HARDEN, CECIL ......... . .80 113 COOK, MAIITHA ............... 00 FAOAN, THEO ......,.. 74, 107, 161 HARLOW, MRS. FLORENCE. .55 137 COOLIDGE, CHESTER ........... 81 FANCHER, RUTH ....... .....,.. 0 6 HARMON, ROBERT ......... 87 118 J COOMDE, CECIL ...,.., 48, 185, 186 FARISS, FRANCES ,............. 37 HARRINO, MINNIPJ ........... .81 COOPER, EARL .......,........ 08 FARMER, ELISADETH. . .34, 35, 105, HARRYMAN, VIVIAN. . .36, 145 147 COOPER, EHTELLA ......... 57, 143 118, 110, 155, 165 FIARRIB, ETHEL ............. .62 COOPER, JOHN L ......,... 73, 117 FARMER, ELLEN ............... 80 HART, ANITA ............. 58 153 COOPER, FLORENCE ........... 116 FARRAH, HAzEL ............... 00 HART, I'IELEN ............. 62, 117 COOPER, PAUL M. ........ 30, 131 FAULKNER, MARY GENE. . .78, 153 HART, ORA ........... 74, 137, 147 COOPER, 'PAULINE ......... 80, 116 FERGUSON, JAMES L. .46, 105, 107, HAl1TllICK, WOODAIID ...,.,.. .56 COPENHAUER, GRACE .......... 91 113, 118, 133, 144, 149, 150, 183, HARTSOCK, MAUDE ...,...... .82 COSTA, FAVERO LOUISE .... 78, 118 ' 186, 103 I'IAli'1'ZELL, ELMER ..... . . .99 COSTA, PAULINE ,,.,,. 60, 118, 137 FICKE, HERNICE ........,...... 67 IHAIITZELL, GEORGE .... . . .92 1 COURTNEY, MILDRED FIELDS, FLORENCE IIOPE .,..... 55 HARTSLER, MARY E. . . . . . . 48 ..........,54,50,108,120,157 FIELDS, J. LESTER...,.........41 HATA,RICHARD...... .01 gl Cox, LORENE ......... 48, 111, 118 FIELDS. STELLA ............... 65 HATCH, MARJORY. . . . .... 00 123 Q CRADR, MARGARET .,,.,... 07, 116 FILE, HELEN ......... ......., 1 13 HATFIELD, OPAL ..... . . .47, 147 CRAIG, BEIINICE GOODSON ...... 43 FILE, WM. T ...,......... 03, 125 HATHAWAY, NETTIE. . . . . . . .38 E CRAWFORD, DOROTHY ...... 44, 145 FINE, CATHERINE B. . . ...... 37 HAVENOR, ALICE ........... . .39 CRIBBMAN, D. MACK ...... .63, 118 FINNEL, ISADEL ...... ,,.... 0 0 HAYPIS, CELESTIA ............ .77 CRISSMAN, OPAL ....... ...... 0 5 FISHER, JOE ......... . . .08, 150 HAYNES, MARTHA T. CROCKER, BI-:SSIE ............,. 03 FISHER, J. WILSON ............ 01 . .,....... 76, 108, 118, 144, 153 CROCKETT, JOI-IN W. FISHER, I. J. ................. 81 HAYNIFZ, GRACIE MAY ..... 06, 116 ..............30, 105, 130, 145 FITTPJl!LlNG,MELMAF1 L1-1A.... .101 HAYS. GILEERT. . . . . . . . . . .69 159 CROCKETT, MARY .............. 63 FLYINNIKEN, ELDA MARIE ...... 87 HAYS, IzoLA .............. 42 157 CROMER, RUTH .............. 05 FLEETwooD, LULA ............. 70 HAYS, VIRGINIA ........... 51 126 CRONHARUT, ELSIE ............ 76 FLUTY, ELTA MAE ......,...... 88 HEIIEL, JOSEPHINE CROSS, THOMAS FORBES, R.UliY ALICE .......... 87 ......... 119, 135, 137, 130 147 . .40. 133, 182, 186, 190, 103 FOSTER, AUGUSTUS. . . . . . . . . . . .42 HEBERLING, BERNE CRUMLEY, RI-:NA FOSTER, FORREST ........ 100, 125 .............. 35, 108, 137 155 ..........61, 110, 137, 130,151 FOSTER, VICTOR. . . . .. ........98 HENDEllSON, HATTIE E. . . .. .. .80 CUNNINGHAM, MARIE FRANK, MARJORIE .... . . .42, 126 HENIlY, LOYD E ........... 44, 117 ..........61, 119, 137, 130, 140 FRENCH, MARY. . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 HEIRONYMUS, HAZEL DEANPJ. . . .32 FRENCH, RAY ............. 46, 180 HEIRONYMUS, RUIIY ......... .60 FRENCH, THELMA HESTER, G. A ............,.. .70 DANF'OIlTlI, DOIIOTHY .......... 93 ........,. 79, 117, 123, 137, 130 HICKS, OPAL ......... 50, 111 147 DANIEL, MAY ................. 05 FREUND, RUTH. . .56, 122, 137, 153 HIGASHI, IQIYOMI ............ .00 DANIELSON, J. C ..... .... 0 0, 161 FROST, VELMA . .............. 07 HIGGINS, IMOGENE ......,.... .79 DAVIS, ESTELLE .... ...... 7 5 FRY, JACOII ............... 67, 121 HIGGINS, HAIIOLD J .... .... . 08 DAVIS, J. W ..... .... 6 8 FULKERSON, LUCILLE .......... 58 HILL, JAMES N ....... ...... . 75 DAVIS, LEONA .... .... 8 7 FULLER, CLARK ....... ..... 7 0 HILL, MARY ALICE ........ 77 147 DAVIS, MARION ......... .... 5 0 HILT, FRANCIS ....... .... 9 5 116 DAVIS, PEET ........... . . ..... 73 HININIQEII, DORIS ..... .... . 77 DAVIS, SALLIE GERTRUDE. .78, 111 GALLAGHER, NORMAN B ..... . . .88 HODGES, EVELYN ..... . . . .70 DAVIS, VIRGINIA .......... 74, 123 GALLEMORE, MARY L ..... .87, 155 HOEI-ER, RICHARD ..., . . .94 DAWSON, MARIE E ............ 78 GANTHEl!, BERTHA ............ 32 HOLIDAY, LESLIE ..... . . .80 DAY, M. L .....,.........,... 70 GATPIB, ALFRED L. ............ 92 HOLKF1, ELSA ...... . . .87 DEALLPIY, LUCILLE ........... 117 GATES, CHARLES LEE..88, 159, 186 HOLLPIY, IDELLAH .... . . .70 DEAN, CARMIN ....... 48, 137, 147 ,GATES, GRETA MAY.. .30, 145, 157 HOLMFIS, RODDIE T .......... .06 DEELY, CARROLL ............. 101 GATES, WALTER A. HOLT, H. C .............. 66, 121 DELAY, NELLIE I ............ 100 ...... 66, 133, 150, 184, 186, 188 HOLTZEN, MADALYN...58, 124, 126 DE MOSS, JUANITA ...... . . .100 GEREER, RUTH ................ 88 HOOK, ERMA ................ .87 DEVASIIEII, HERBERT .......... 48 GIBBS, PERRY ................. 83 HOOK, LILLIE MAE .......... .91 DEVASHER, HOWARD ........... 69 GIBSON, CHAS ......... .... 9 0, 117 HOOK, LUCY M .......,..... .32 DICK, MARY FRANCES GIIISON, EDWINA ...... 60, 145, 153 HOOVER, CHRISTINE ....... 35 111 ...... . . . . . .51, 105, 144, 153 GILLUM, GARVIN. .. . . . .34, 44, 161 HOOVER, DOROTHY DIEHL, COLISTA. . .54, 58, 151, 168 GLASS, SAM ....... 72, 74, 144, 161 .............. 04, 116, 119, 147 DILL. ELMO ................... 00 GOLAY, VIRGINIA ..... 48, 111, 155 HORD, DOROTHY .............. 91 DIxoN, JOHN ................. 04 GOLLADAY, LADY JUD ......... 107 Horz, LEONA ,.,,,,,,..,,.,,,, 98 DOAN, MAYWOOIJ ......... 61, 131 GOODSON, MAIIGARET ALICE HOUCK, ROBERT ...... 80, 118, 131 DODSON, MAGDALENE ..... 66, 121 .............. 51, 105, 137, 139 HOUSTON, MRS. DOItOTHY ...... 78 DOCK, ANITA .......,......... 73 GOODWIN, TEMPLE ............. 77 HOUSTON, HATTIFI FRANCES... . .70 DOHRMAN, BERNICE ........... 91 GOTT, ITYLENE ................ 07 HOUTS, WILSON .............. 101 X DONAHUE, LESTER .......... . . .46 GOULT, PHILLIP HOWARD, VICTOR ..... . ....... .40 DOUGLAS, FAYE ............... 91 .......... 79, 133, 183, 186, 188 HOWELL, MINNIE LOU E DOUTI-IIT, VETA ............... 56 GRACE, EZRA ......... 60, 113, 125 .............. 49, 105, 111, 121 DOUTT, MARJORIE ............. 61 GRAE, FRED ...... 57, 135, 184, 186 HOWERTON, N. J ..,.,,,,.,,,,. 73 DOUTT, MARVIN ......... .70, 159 GRAE, MAX ..... 37, 107, 133, 161, HOWSER, VELMA .......... 89, 116 1 Dow, ELISAEI-:TH .............. 80 164, 184, 186 HUDNALL, FAY ........ ...... 7 0 Ip Dow, ELLA ............... 66, 122 GRAHAM, ALICE ....... 63, 120, 157 HUP'F'MAN, GLODENE ....... 04, 117 Dow, MARY L ................ 73 GRAUEL, BEBSIE ............... 69 HUGHES, HELEN F ..... ...... 6 7 -1 3' ..-M, Q .I 3- I , ik- ' - ' 1 I 3 "-- "R f A -- .Z ' ' 1 'Qi 'F' 4 - - , G 3 o .,. I2101 ,-1 'Ilzz .M 1-Vg. r. A 513.Q-..1X.11.E.E.9.1QlR HUGIIES, M1NN1E..............75 LAND, EUGEN1A........,...... 155 MORRIS, CLEORA J. . . . . .47 .. HULDERSON, FLORENCE ....,... 81 LAND, ZELPHA ......... , . .80, 155 MORRIS, GERTILUDE .......... .99 HULL, SARA .......... 40, 108, 157 LANDES, E. LEIGHTON MOSS, KATI-IRYN ............ .77 I'1ULL, SUSAN ................. 94 ...........,.. 77, 144, 149, 163 MOYEII, ETHEL ..... ..... 9 9 120 HULSE, DOROTIIY .............. 76 LANDES, JACK LYLE ....... 90, 116 MU'I'I'I, DWIGHT ............. .57 HULSE, RACHEL ........... 32, 151 LANGENRERG, A. C. MYERS, MILDRED ........, 95 123 HUME, HAl!RY T ............. 80 ....., 35, 105, 107, 113, 131, 159 IIUNT, ELLA CLAUDINE ........ 93 LANGFORD, PRESTON. 139, 141, 161 HUNT, FRANCES HELEN ....... 99 LANOI-'ORD, ZELONA ........ 56, 157 NEAL, ELLA N ....... . . .50 HUNT, LAWRENCE ........,.... 88 LAUOHLIN, IRWIN ......... 73, 159 W HURT, LUCILLE .............. 88 LAUOHLIN, LEONA ..... 43, 137, 139 I HUTCHINSON, ALTON .......,,. 67 LAWRENCE, OLIVE .....,... 74, 151 OBERHELMAN, NORMA ........ .73 HUTSON, PERRY ........... 42, 189 LAY, ELIZAIHZTH ............,.. 75 OOLE, CHARLES ........... 74 161 HYLAND, NELLIE .... ...... 1 01 LAY, ROBT. M ................ 41 OGAwA, ROBERT N .......... .91 LEFEVER, GREGORY OOLESRY, CATHERYNE , 139,141,117 ...............72,78,1l8155 IHRIG, ANGEL LEWIS, ALICE E ........... 66, 123 OLIVER, FRANCES ............ .99 J ..........71,108,137,139,151 LEWIS, MARIRUTH.............S9 OIIAM,FRANK............,.. .81 -' IMES, MRS. CORNELIA .,... 76, 128 LICHTEOOT, ELEANORH55, 122, 147 OTT, VERNA LOUISE ...... 101 119 , IMES, ORLEY ......... ......... 6 6 LINTIIAOUM, H. A ...,........ 101 OVERSTREET, VIOLA ......... .69 ' INOLISH, HUGH ........... 44, 159 LORBAN, LOUISE .............. 99 OwEN, GRACE ............... .41 INGIIAM, HELEN ..... ....,.. 9 9 LOBER, MARGARET ............ 94 OWSLEY, NPILLIE .... . . . 137 141 IVY, FRANK R ........ ..... 9 1 LOELAND, WALTER ........ 79, 123 LONG, MILDRED ...........,... 92 LOONEY, PAUL. . .S7, 123, 125, 159 PADBOCK, BRYDN ............ .82 JACKSON, CLARICE M. LONGLEY, ANNADEL ........... 99 PARK, JAS. HARRY ........... .96 ..............51,122,143, 144 LOTT, ELIZAB1'ITH...... ... .. ..101 PARKING, ELIZABETH. .41, 143, 153 JACOBS, LI-:TA ...,...,..... 62, 118 LOUPE, JAMES N. PARVIN, BARBARA ........... .98 A . JAGEMAN, JAB ................. 96 .......... 58, 133, 186, 189, 193 PATTERSON, HERBERT ........ .79 Q JAMES, VIRGILEEN MAY ...... .92 LOVELAND, HAZEL ............. 91 PAYNE, EVA .........,...... .80 - 1 JARMAN, ALLEN ...........,. .65 LUNGREN, HAzI-:L .......,...... 57 PEAK, CHARLENE ..... 64, 118, 119 1 1 JARMAN, FRANK ............... 60 LUNSEORD, BLANCHE ........... 92 PECK, ELSIE ................ .88 JENKINS, DANIEL D .......... 93 LYNCH, W. F ............. 75, 161 PERDUE, WINIERED .......... .92 51, JENNETT, MARY ...... 64, 124, 126 PERKINS, MARTHA ........... .94 ,, JEWEL, CORA ......... ,.. .64, 151 PETERSON, MAURICPI D.. .77 113 4 JOHNSON, CLYDE STANLEY .... .87 MCBUIiNEY, MARY ............ 92 PETRE, DELIsERT.50, 133, 179, 188 . JOHNSON, DORIS ELEANORE.94 116 MGCALL, RUBY ............... 83 PETRE, ELBERT J JOHNSON, FRANCES ............ 75 MCCLUNG, MAHPIL F ...... 81, 120 ......,... 91, 133, 185, 186, 189 :fx JOHNSON, IRENE ............... 79 MCCORKINDALE, RUBY ......... 95 PE'rrY, LEONA. ............. .92 -1 JOHNSON, LOIS ......,........ 101 MCCORMAGK, ERKALENE PHILLIPS, EARL L ..... 51, 131, 159 -'J JOHNSON, MARY LEE ......... .81 ................... 95, 116, 119 PHILLIPS, EVELYN ....... .74, 123 -F' JOHNSON, MILDRED .... 86, 96, 155 MCC0l1MACK, EVA ............. 89 PIERCE, MILDRED ........... .57 .. JOHNSON, PAUL MCCRAY, HAZEL A ............ 74 POLLOCK, LULA MAE .... .82, 117 3 ...........72, 75, 107, 119, 161 MCCORMICK, HELEN. . . . . . . . . . .91 POLLOCK, MYRTLE. . . . .. .46, 120 :H JOHNSON, RICHARD H .... ...... 9 5 MCDONALD, IQATHARINE. . .63, 147 POLLOCK, VERNA ............ .98 J JOHNSON, WALERED ....... 77, 141 MCGINNIS, IRENE ......... 89, 120 PORTER, ELIZABETH ......... .92 'x JONES, AGNES ........ 57, 137, 153 MCGRATH, ROY ............... 94 P0'1'l'El!, BLANCHE ........... .64 I 1 JONES, ALLENE ................ 42 MCKEEVER, PAUL.54, 59, 120, 161 POWELL, MARVIN ....... . .75, 120 .nj JONES, CLARENCE ............. 82 MCLIN, DEE .................. 70 POWELL, NORMA E .......... .58 2, JONES, ELMER ...... ........ 1 86 MCQUITTY, HELEN ............ 80 POWELL, VIRGINIA JONES, ELBIPI E ............... 76 MCQUITTY, MARGARET ......... 96 .......... 69, 108, 122, 137, 153 JONES, FLORIN C .......... 93, 123 MARRY, GENEVA ....,..... 88, 153 PREUSS, BERNARD F ....... 82, 161 JONES, GERTRUDE ..... 51, 117, 158 MALLOY, WALTER ............. 74 PRIEST, BESSIE ..,.......,... .73 JONES, GRACE ................. 49 MALONEY, EUGENE.. .57, 133, 161. PRICE, JEANNE E ..... . . . .93 T31 JONES, HELEN ..........., 60, 157 182, 186, 189 PRUSSING, WANDA .... ..... . 90 3, JONES, IMOOENE ...... 74, 116, 123 MANN, PAULINE ............... 81 PUGH, LYNDA LOU ........... .97 '- JONES, ITA MAYE ............. 74 MAIIKEY, GLENN .............. 64 PUGH, MILDRED ........... 93, 153 5, JONES, JEAN ...... ...... ...... 6 8 MARKSRERRY, DOROTHY ........ 96 PUGH, RUTH ................ .77 - JONES, JOHN MAYES .... ..... 5 5 MARK, MRS. RUTH NOBLE.45, 117 PULLIAM, GRACE .......... 59, 143 gy JONES, MILDRED .............. 81 MARTIN, ANITA ........... 96, 157 PULLIAM, MARGARET ...... 44, 121 - I JONES, NOLA .................. 77 MARTIN, BERNICE ............. 42 PURCHASE, EDITH ......,.... .90 . JONES, MRS. VEDA ........ 46, 121 MARTIN, EDWIN J ..... 79, 113, 159 JONES, VERNA ........ 56, 123, 126 MARUYUMA, CHARLES .......... 93 - JORDEAN, RUTH. .75, 120, 143, 157 MABEL, F. C ..........,...... 190 QUALLS, VOYAGE R ..... . . .90 I JOY, CHARLOTTE .......... 65, 153 MATLOCK, ANNA DEE ...... 97, 157 1 MATLOCK, FRANCIS ............ 63 ' MAUPIN, LAWRENCE ........... 99 RAI-'EERTY, MILDRED ......... .92 V ,V KANOY, DARYL ........... 50 161 MAXPIY, JOHN C ............... 99 RAILSRACK, ESTHER ..... .93, 113 I KAI-PELMAN, LYNETTE ......... 89 MAY, LOUISE 'PRUBSING ........ 68 RAILSBACK, MARY ..., 65, 117, 121 Q, KARLSTROM, GENEVA ...... 80 118 MAzE, FAY ........... 81, 126, 151 RAMEY. DEL!-A MAE --------- -98 '91 KEEPER, MADALYN .... 62, 126, 151 MAzE, KATHERINE. . .100, 116, 126 RANUM, NORMAN J. - KEETON, ROY ................. 79 MEADOR, NELLIE ............. 100 .............. 43. 105 145. 159 L 1 KELLER, THOMAS .............. 88 MEANS, C. B ............. 83, 149 REAM, MAx .,.............. .73 lf KELLY, EDNA ............. 77, 120 MEANS, FREDA ERDMAN. . .68, 137 REDFORD, BYNUM H ..... .63, 117 -1, KENNEDY, LELANO. . .46, 133, 167, MELVN, VICTOR .............. 95 REDFORD, JACK ............. .62 179, 185, 186, 188, 193 MERRICK, LUCILLE .... 58, 116, 157 REED, MILDHED ........ .96, 157 - KERCHEVAL, FRANK ....... .... 5 5 MEYER, GLADYS .......... 75, 157 REED, HOMER ............... .81 KESSLER, JAS. H ............. 100 MIDOLETON, MALA ............ 99 REED, OPAL MAE ....... ,79, 126 :ff KEYES, WM. P ............ 59, 125 MIERS, MAEBELLE, .... , .... 61 REID, EVELYN... .36, 118, 121, 155 KInwELL. LEOTA .............. 98 MILBURN, STANLEY ............ 76 REID, MURL B .......... .38, 121 51 KINSER, HARRIET ..... 40, 145, 147 MILL, MARGARET ............. 83 REID, RUTH VIRGINIA ........ .75 KINTZ, MARVIN F ............. 92 MILLER, KATHERINE M .... 94, 123 REMLEY, FRANCE ............ .73 EW, KIROHER, EDNA. .'75, 119, 123, 137 MILLER, MAYME ............. 120 RENNE, RALPH .............. .97 KIRKI-ATRICK, FRANK B. MILLIKEN, HAROLD ........ 35, 121 RENOE, MARY ELIzARETH. .75, 124 C, ... . . .84, 101, 107, 159, 186, 190 MILLINGTON, ROSALIE. . . . . . . . .73 REPP, CHAS..64, 107, 133, 161, 186 f' , KLEIN, ELMER ..............., 82 MILLS, MILDRED ....... .... 7 8 REWOLDT, WALT W ..... .60, 161 n KLUTTZ, MARGUERITE ..... 93 119 MITCHELL, SUE ........ ..... 7 8 RICE, WM. C. J., JR ......... .93 331 KNEEDLER, VERNA V .......... 55 MOHLER, ADA ......,.......... 96 RICHARDS, ELIZABETH ........ .76 fy' KNIPSCHILD, EDNA .... 75, 120 157 MONROE, MARY ............... 77 RILEY, ELLEN E ............ .82 I KRUGER, EMILIE .............. 75 MONTGOMERY, FRANCES... .94, 116 RINGEN, MYRTLE ............ .92 1 . 1 KURzwEIL, ANNA .............. 98 MOORE, ALMA ............ 94 100 RISSLER, HERSCHEL ..... .96. 116 MOORE, BERNICE ............ 123 RITCHIE, CLARK ...... ..... . 96 - MOORE, DOROTHY ..... 91, 116, 126 ROACH, LUCILLE ....... ..... 9 2 LAIDLAW, JOYCE E. MOORE, FRANCEs.36, 117, 137 139 ROBERTS, CHESTER ..... .... 5 0 ' -:N ..........55, 106, 119, 137, 149 MOORE, HENRIE1'rA. . . . . . . .. .45 ROBINSON, LOUISE. . .. ....81 1 LAMONTE, WM ................ 50 MORLAN, LOUISE ............ .74 ROGERS, DORRIB .... .... 3 6 1 5, A - . . Q-1' xy " TQ' -514'-'A'-'1'TV ,q 3 . , LT, I g A 3712" 57512 Q" A ,..-ff ""'N:1-ffrligf ' ' :iiT:f:'fi:'WL1?? ..,,,'fS,1fLQ'iffF 'J1'4'2f I.. 4- A ,RU O 3 O 41? 4. 52201 wi' ... . ..- ur . 5- . "--' ww .32 11 1 1 4 '-Sf ROMEACK, VERA WINDLER ...... 64 STAcv, DORIS .,,........,..... 45 VAUGHN, EDNA .... . . 143 ' Rooz-, ENOLAR ................ 91 STAHL, GLENN ........ 74, 117, 141 VOGEL, SYRIL E .... .98 1,1 Roov, MARY HARRIET ...,..... 79 STAHL, RICHARD .......... 80, 117 if EOSELLIE, MARTHA L. .96, 116, 133 STALLINGMB. ADOLPH. OTH, OHN .................. TAMPS, ARK ........ , , ' W I F . -'.l I87 1 ROTH, MAIQCIA ...........,... 157 STARKE, LYDIA ..,....,...... . .99 .,.l 1111 -' ROTHWELL, MARY ......... 73, 157 STARK, LELA ....,.. .......... 7 9 WALLACEI LEMND .l.... 117 . ROWLAND, WM. L. . . .... , .38 STEELE, ALHERT ............... 47 WALLI JOHN R .'.l.' 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