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

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I L-QM, lit ' --we-,R v-.Al Page 25 3 TIHIHIIEW IIDIILZMINIIIWIID UID WSIS A ., J' "..- lk 'is 'ij Av - 2' ff i. 2 "ff gg - -, ij .1 QQ "5 'TI' --2 Avi' is 'ZF 'ff ,. ,. 5 .,1, .zz 1. M ,1 If 'f Ie I f 5:11 4- ... ., v- m: ' -.33 li w L , . 'Hg fi v? 3' IFE 4- ' 1 . .ff ' -: jf, gi' 1 xi :Cv - -' 1, 9, cf. a.'X'. :-..s. 5 27 f 5725 --7315 i C5 ff: Q55 gg. Fi fa :E '54 vf- 4. if CONSECRATION There is a World of sight and sound, A World to see and hearg A mighty World, a mystic world, The World of eye and ear. There is a World of Work and play, A World to shape and traing l 1 A plastic world, a doughty World, - The world of brawn and brain. There is a World of faith and love, With brotherhood its goalg A spirit worldg a timeless world, r The world of heart and soul. Three Worlds, with one blue sky above, W , l T I P Z l DONAL1 Seda. , Pre . . CHARLES The commg ages Waitg - I To integration of the three Our lives we consecrate. Clmto .N x I I f 4 A I 1 LESLIEJ KansasC P 26 age Page Z7 3 A ,fls i A jg A -Ffa . 3 , 1 , .,.,4g...i illrffe lvl 51353 Ea VJ N N 1 DONALD S. LAMINI DANIEL HOEFER 'S Sedalia, Ixlo. Higginsville, filo. E President Vice-President N . 5 r ii CHARLES A. CAICVIRD A CHARLES A. LEE J. I. NIOORE Clinton, Mo. State Superintendent of Schools Warfensburg, Ido. f r E ' 1 I 'sf W2 : Ffh , :J w ' V LESLIE J. LYONS MRS. CHARLES E. DEWEY Kansas City, Mo. Jejerson City, Mo. Page '26 Page 27 f 3 .-in H' A "" 'J' 'E , Q Luv ,J 19, f I f' ' f Y " - V V L Mwwgng U W ....g,,...m.,,xH,,,, , A A ...,. ml S "1 i'f"' ' I Liga-.-N21 5 Sigur li ' f - ,Y - W- ---E f-'rf--ffd-A ,-.-- . ci-. A A, -'Hai ,1 -,f, r- "-, 1. A.4 ':, Ag QF -4-4. -?'4f7i.-:k-- .Q :J Mr.: f' " 'N I , 'ELDO L. HENDRICKS, AB., AAI., LL.D. Preszdezzzf ,fi 'TI-' 1 Page Z9 x-hi' Page Z8 Pge29 VVALUER E MORROW, A B A M LL D Dean of the Faculty I I I I I I I I I I I I W , 1 . I f. I I . . ., . ., . 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XN7e pictured ourselves as the models of the campus -stately, dignified, and of course-wise. Now, the question is, do the under- classmen respect us? "You ask me a question in the affirmative, and I answer you in the negative," Cquoting a well known professor on the campusj. ' Although we realize that we aren't perfect, we wish to submit to the under- classmen a few of the ideals for which the Senior Class stands. It really isn't necessary to write them out, but for the benefit of the few underclassmen who are not close observers we will list them in order that they may train themselves to be able to recognize all Seniors on the campus: First: VVe don't indulge in the regular pastime of gum chewing. Second: We don't loaf either on the Administration steps or in the down- town confectionery. Third: We have had our youthful fling and do not date during the week. Anyone seen with a date on Sunday night will very probably be a Senior. Fourth: We have learned through dear experience that it does not pay to cut classes. And, therefore, we attend all classes regularly. Fifth: Vffe stand behind all organizations on the campus, and all movements for the uplifting of school and society. VVe leave these ideals with you, the underlings, to ponder in your hearts. VVe are grateful for one thing: if We ca-n't be conceited, confident, conspicuous Freshmen, that we are Seniors. Speaking in terms of the silkworm, Freshmen appear to be as the green caterpillar, Sophomores and juniors as the Chrysalis stage, and Seniors as the beautiful, delicate moth which lives a few brilliant hours-and then is gone. . During this year of 1932 we are flying high with lovely tinted wings. How- ever, our wings are delicate and will not hold us up any longer. In dropping to earth again we are left only with our memories. Our sincere wish for all our friends left behind is that their few hours of soaring in the clouds will leave them with memories as pleasant as ours. Page 42 4 PEARL BALDW AMELIA THIE Delta Sig MAURINE ARr Science C IVIARVIN DoU' LILLIAN CHAT Crescendc VETA DOUTHI1 Crescendo I E - Page 43 -, ,., 'W -3 ---4 ,. , . ca . fig l i V A 3BS gloriiication us the last our run we the campus the under- 1d I answer Q. v the under- really isn't lssmen who themselves i l 1 I I I lg 'I ' 1 the down- g the week. be a Senior. not pay to ITI OVCITISII ts ir hearts. conspicuous 1, Freshmen he Chrysalis Few brilliant ings. How- dropping to 1 for all our l leave them Page 42 4 ..,... , .,,, ,i . L. PEARL BALDWIN i in Commerce AMELIA THIELMAN English Delta Sigma Epsilon. , MAURINE ARNOLD Home Economics Science Club. MARVIQN Dourr Industrial A rts LILLIAN CHATHAM Idusic Crescendo Club, Glee Club. VETA DOUTHIT Music Crescendo Club, Orchestra. K nobnosier Cameron Raymore Independence Warrensburg W arrensburg Page 43 Y """+--A-.,..5IQf, P i 1 l DOROTHY MCCUTCHEON Sedalia Foreign Languages, English Sigma Sigma Sigma, Literary Editor of Rhetor, Kappa Delta Pi. GEORGE W. BROWN Warrensburg Economics and Commerce Sigma Tau Gamma. RoBERr OGAWA Hilo, Hawaii Chemistry Phi Sigma Pi, Army GERTRUDE CLEVELAND Warrensburg Q QQ English l GREGARY LEFEX .Phi Sigma Science Clu MRS. AGNES Em Beta Alpha. PEARL BALDWIN EDITH BEAM MARJORIE DOUT' W. A. A. EDNA KNIPSCHIL1 Sigma Sigma Page 45 f if iq, .. if 'Til Boonville Hfarrensburg Maysville 1b, Y. W. Blue Springs e Sand. Kansas City .f Primary Pleasant Hill of Rhetor Page 44 ,, .,, -. 14, so-.ali .,, ..-1 in GREGARY LEFEVER Stover Biology ' ' :il ,J f" if ' Phi Sigma Pi, Pres. Kappa Delta Pi, Science Club, Fellowship in Mathematics. ilifili fi f llflxi Rl A 1 .. :I , 'Ji Wx. MRs. AGNES EADS Warrensburg ii Page History I A Beta Alpha. li 1 sg 1 PEARL BALDWIN Knobnoster . Commerce - EDITH BEAM Stockton Home Economics MARJORIE DOUTT Independence Physical Education W. A. A. ' EDNA KNIPSCHILD . Hardin ' Primary Sigma Sigma Sigma. A P I PAULINE SHORT Kansas City Primary Sigma Sigma Sigma, Primary Council, Panhellenic. WALTER MALLOY Piedmont Physics . - Phi Sigma Epsilon, National Guard. HERBERT PATTERSON Warrensburg Economics and Commerce , Phi Sigma Epsilon, Band, National Guard, 2 fi Silver Mask Club. f Q i . iw 3 ' LOUISE CUNNINGHAM Warrensburg - -5 X . " - Englisli 255 l ill' -'fi .1 134, 'J vii . N Page 45 'fe 4-,gguigjv A-AW 3II. EMMA KRUMSICK ShackeUord English Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, W. A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Campbell Literary Society. THOMAS P. RUDY H Jonesboro, Arkansas' Social Science MONA E. NlOBERLY Clinton History NIARGUERITE BRENK Kansas Cily History ZEDA XVAHL English FRANCES KNORP Primary Primary Council. EDNA GIVENS English Crescendo Club, Fellowsh Training School. ALFRED GATES V Biology Intermediate Grade Club. E. VV. RILEY English EZRA D. GRACE ' English ip in En Holden California Warrensburg glish in California Warrensbicrg Warsaw Sigma Tau Gamma, Science Club, Y. M. C. A., Pep Club, National Guard. l. v Page 46 I .-1--v", , 3 li ALLEN JARMON MARY DORRANCE 1 Beta Alpha. FRANK JARMON LUCILLE DUKE I' CLARA KATHRYN T Primary Count ORA LEE HART Alpha Phi D Sigma Upsilon, Y. VV. C. A. Page 47 - Q hw Xa V r Holden California t 1 1 Warrensburg l English in l California 1 Warrensburg I ' Warsaw ' l lb, Y. M. i I I E l 1 l p I I l Page 46 ' iQ if 'Q . X ' Iznzzsxzilza, , Q ' Q I I ALLEN JARMON Warrensburg I History MARY DORRANCE Cgmgon - Art 4 Beta Alpha. FRANK JARMON Pittsville' Agriculture LUCILLE DUKE Omaha, Nebraska I Physical Science CLARA KATHRYN TURNER Warrensburg k Kindergarten Primary Council. ORA LEE HART Warsaw .Music Alpha Phi Delta, Beta Alpha, Theta Sigma Upsilon, Crescendo Club, Canearies, Y. W. C. A. ' Page 47 1:.gs:se:z:pi-W., , WILLIAM BLISS Industrial A rts Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi S1gma DOT PUMMILL A Physical Education PERRY GIBBS History Sigma Tau Gamma, Phi Sigma P1 Debate Assistant in History. . WESLEY WALTERS National Guard. Science I V l I l WILSON FISHER Warrensburg Industrial A rls Missouri National Guard. ROBERTA LEINWEEER ' Lees Summit Primary WILLIAM C. RICE A Warrensburg Music l Glee Club. ALTA XVALKER Harris Science CELESTIA l'l.-XYES English JAMES FITZGERALD History MERLE D. BECKWITH Social Science GRACE STROBEL Physical Education RUTH WALKER Primary .Methods DOROTHY GRAY English Alpha Sigma Alpha. Bogard Warrensburg Wheeling Lohman Fordland S edalia 1 i N Page 48 COLISTA DIEHL Delta Sigma E CHARLES W. GIBSO l Phi Sigma Ep ship in Biologi ger 1931 Rhet Rhetor, Sciem Guard. I DEAN JOHNSON I. Econo 5 Sigma Tau Gai CLORENE BECKMAN Ph. DOT PUMMILL Physiz WALLACE H. GRAHA -Phi Sigma Pi, Science Club, I Staff, Track, P1 s l I l I i I P K i Page 419 Il it If ' ji Sf-1-ft . ,. ,V ,M,,, ff-ii g".:z COLISTA DIEHL Butler, Indiana ' V Iufusic Delta Sigma Epsilon, Crescentlo. Bogard ll CHARLES W. GIBSON Warrensburg Chemistry lflfarfensburg l Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Omega, Fellow- ship in Biology, Assistant Business Mana- ger 1931 Rhetor, Business Manager 1932 Rhetor, Science Club, Missouri National Guard. l Wheeling DEAN JOHNSON Gilliam ,N Economics and Commerce li- . Sigma Tau Gamma. Lohman CLORENE BECKMAN Strasburg - Physical Education Fordland DOT PUMMILL I . Houston, Texas Physical Education Sedalia WALLACE H. GRAHAM I 'Kansas City Biology . -Phi Sigma Pi, Alpha Omega, "W" Club, i Science Club, Athletic Editor on Rhetor Staff, Track, Popular Man, 1932. WALFRED JOHNSON Ironwood, Michigan Economics u Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Pi. INA B. HIRE Blackburn Science l Y. W. c. A. MARGARET RUTH BOGART A Sibley English ANNE MATLOCK Warrensburg , English Sigma Sigma Sigma, Science Club, Foreign - Language Club. l Page 48 Page 49 9 A .g. ,T X - V: i,.,?l7v".nQ', iii. Q ww- f....., A .,,,i 1 3:7---fihlfffgli 'V 116' ' I l BERNICE NICVEIGH Polo H orne Economics Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Science Club, Y. W. C. A. FRANK KERCHEVAL Kansas City History ., Phi Si ma E silon Silver Mask Club g P 1 r Interfraternity Council, All-School Play, Student Council President. FLORENCE GRovEs f Warrensburg Latin Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Sodalitas Latina, Primary Council, Chorus. VIRGINIA BROWN St. Louis Foreign Languages Alpha Sigma Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Modern Foreign Language Club, Sodalitas Latina. FRED TIMBERLAKE THEODORE FAGAN Kansas City Social Science Sigma Tau Ga Student Council Sigma Tau Gamma, Theta Alpha Phi, ' National Guard, Student Council, Fresh- men Dramatic Club. MILDRED OTT0 B L S 1 Hon CLAIRE RAUN P I ees umrm Theta Sigma UI Mmafy Beta Alpha, Al Omicron Pi, Y. V' DANIEL BEALS North Kansas City CHARLES OGLE ' Chemistry Sigma Tau Gamma, National Guard. Sigma Tau 'Ga Tennis '30, '31. NIARY LOUISE GALLEMORE Salisbury Music RACHEL BRENNEISEN Physi Alpha Sigma Alpha, President of Crescendo Club, College Opera, Glee Club, Orchestra, Soloist in Messiah. Alpha Sigma Alp Panhellenic, Rhetn OLIVER RUNDLE KATHRYN COOPER Richmond Physics and Chemistry Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi'Sigma, Fellow- HALINE SECHREST ship in Physics. Mode ' Delta Sigma Ep - -- scendo Club, Mm KIYOMI HIGASHI I . Hilo, Hawaii Club' Rhetor Stat Economics Page 50 Page fl 3-,g ifN1i'.'ii.,...,1 V- 1 W , 'ifasa Kansas City ha Phi, ' 1, Fresh- Lees Summit l FRED 'IHMBERLAKE Kansas Cily Social Science Sigma ,Tau Gamma, Theta Alpha Phi, Student Council, National Guard. NIILDRED OTTO Hamilton Home Economics Theta Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Beta Alpha, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Pi, Y. W. C. A. l l l i E Kansas City CHARLES OGLE Kansas City Science ' rd. Sigma N Tau Gamma, National Guard, 2 Tennis '30, '31. - 1 Salisbury RACHEL BRENNEISEN Jejerson City X , Physical Education N Erescendo . rchestra, Alpha Sigma Alpha, W. A. A., Canearies, ' Panhellenic, Rhetor Staff, Student Council. l OLIVER RUNDLE Warrensburg Richmond History I , . . HALINE SECHREST Cenlralia, Illinois .1, Fellow- , . 1 1 Modern Languages N ' Delta Sigma Ilapsilon, Panhellenic, Cre- l - -- scendo Club, iodern Foreign Language 3 Hilo' Hawaii ' Club, Rhetor Staff, May Queen '31. L 2 KATHRYN SHORTRIDGE Pleasant Hill English Alpha Sigma Alpha. JANICE COLLINS Warrensburg ' Commerce Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Orchestra '28, '29, Panhellenic '31, Secre- tary junior Class '31, Treasurer Senior Class '32, CHARLOTTE FosTER Warrensbnrg Ilffathemalics LUCILLE KUEKER Sedalia ' History Alpha Sigma Alpha. Page 5'0 Page 51 Wg, ' V KMA.:-' -.wi '- .-.gT.iQggg.j::. - MW j.'Lf.L.I " -3355 ' J ANTHONY GRIGG5 Warrensburg HELEN Mc In erm , . .' i' T ' 4 f Physics and Chemistry g i l . . - . Y . l l M ARGARET SMITH Kansas City Physical Education Theta Sigma Upsilon, VV. A. A., Canearies. ' .IESSIE BASHAM I!Vg1f7g71,5bu1fg Music WM. F. LYNCH Kansas City Commerce Sigma Tau Gamma. DON AIILLER H015 Social Science '- Phi Sigma Epsilon Vice President Student Council. GLEN SNIDER Independence Social Science Sigma Tau Gamma, Student Athletic Manager, Advertising Manager Rhetor. EUGENIA LAND Kansas City Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha, Kappa Omicron Phi, Science Club, Secretary Senior Class. IRVIN LAUGHLIN Linn Economics, History Phi Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Teaching Fellowship in History, Editor-in-Chief Rhetor. DEAN JOHNSON Gilliam - Social Science Sigma Tau Gamma. lVlILDRED HANTHORN Independence Physical Education Alpha Sigma Alpha, W. A. A. R Page 52 I 1 BLANCHE Pc Primary FRANCES Beta Al MRS. RUTH Sigma 5 l I VERA WINDI Vice- Pre XIVOODARD V2 A 1 l Page 53 .,,...-v' Elf l Wflffefwbwg HELEN NICCORMICK Richmond i Commerce Student Intermediate Grade Club. BLANCHE POTTER Warrensburg Independence Primary I Primary Council. Athletic Rhetor. K C' amas My ' FRANCES PETERS Holden A Ph. Ar! 1222. 1' Beta Alpha. Lim, MRS. RUTH RILEY Sedalia I Music and English may Phi Sigma Sigma Sigma, Crescendo Club. V hvship in l Gilliam Q VERA WINDLER ROMBACH Warrensburg l Ilifathemalics i Vice-President Y. W. C. A. Independence WOODARD W. HARTRICK Butler Physics Page 52 - !'l"'.l'I.T:TT'.L,, ,iw -v-' nf... f , 'f-yi-'.,' I Z . Q , A .,,.,,--4'-" --' g,4:.' 31:2 Page 53 DALE BUSH' Warrensburg A gricullure Science Club. LULA NIAE-POLLOCK Warrensburg Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi, Y. VV. C. A., Science Club, Modern Foreign Language Club, Chorus. VVILMA JACKSON Windsor English VVILLIAM ROBB Osawalomie. Kansas Ilflathematics GEORGIA SI RATTON Warrerisburg H orne Economics Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Canearies, W. A. A. L K JANET NESBIT Lowry City Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phi. Science Club. I 0 . O:t '21 I HATTIE HENDERSON efvi 6 , WANDA PRU Physical Science Intermediate Grade Club, Intermediate . Grade Club Assistant. STEVIA DRA, LOUANNA THOMPSON Windsor Home Economics Crescen' Kappa Omicron Phi. MRS. HELEN HIFNER XVOLFE Leeton English ' i MARJORIE L Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi , Primary IVIARGUERITE KLUTTZ Clinton Latin Delta Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Sodalitas Latina, Cre- scendo Club. . FRANCES KNORP California Primary Primary Council. PAULINE COOPER Warrerisburg Home Economics Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Omicron Phi, Science Club. NORENE BABYLON Latour Biological Science W . A. A. LENA VVALTERS Belton History Intermediate Grade Club, Y. VV. C. A. 3 ,E li Page i4 I C I' 3 s Q! :lg . MRS. CHANE ELIZABETH Bl Alpha Sig SUE MITCHEL 5 Z 2 I Page 55' I 735.1 . J.- I I Otterville I ermediate I I Windsor I I Leeton ' 1 I i. I I I Clinton I Phi Delta, f tina, Cre- I I I California Warrensburg I I I Pi, Kappa I I, I I I ii I I I . I I I I I Page 54 ,..4-f'- '-- VVANDA PRUSSING History STEVIA DRAKEY History Crescendo Club. MARJORIE LYNCH Primary Primary Council, Science Club. MRS. CHANEY Foreign Languages ELIZABETH BENNETT History Alpha Sigma Alpha. SUE MITCHELL , Home Economics I Warrensburg Warrensburg Sweet Springs Warrensburg Green Ridge Independence Page 55' ED HARRIS Windsor Physical Education MARY ELIZABETH THOMSON Harrisonvitte Home Economics ANITA HART Pittsvilte Intermediate Pi Kappa Sigma, Beta Alpha. ALINE VAN Hoy Greenwood Commerce Delta Sigma Epsilon. if -v v - ...,., i 5 r 1 1 N .1 'V ri 'L fi ri !r Q! ii l . qt i. B E 73 1 fi '4 4 13 i v I i 4 "'fiffQ A . fffQ'Vffff.'W 4 Li' T - GLEN NIARKEY Postgraduate. MARY ROTHWELL Postgraduate. VIRGINIA BEATTY Postgraduate JACK REDFORD Postgraduate Physics Commerce English Physics LLOYD HENRY Warrensbnrg Physical Education Postgraduate. EUGENE CASEBOLT Kansas City Social Science Postgraduate. P. H. IVIAROLF St. Joseph History Postgraduate. BYNUM REDFORD Warrensburg Physics A Postgraduate. ANGEL IHRIG Lamonte Art Postgraduate. RALPH ALLEY Warrensburg ' Social Science Postgraduate, r Warrensbufg Warrensbnfg Warreiisburg Warrensbnrg Page 56 IH Page 57 5 . I I . .. 4 . P x fi . 'J 1 ,. V' . - . F . ., . .. . v . I gi Warrensburg Kansas City St. Joseph Warrensburg Lamonte Warrensburg Page 56 E D!- "' ful, ' E Y Z r 1 1 P 5 i E 1 gg.,-f ----TJ'-amzmg,-e ? 4 mmm www Mmm M GDMW Wm I0 ew Page 57 5 Lew is -.wr ,Mm 'f. ,',V!?', ft Wi fu! QW 4 W I : W 1 Q2 i F? ,V ,. is . .ff 1 I VE MH gt Hgihkg, I L1 H L N U E '1'1 I:l.'5'A :.i2 V 1, ,. 1 sw Fa if :MTVN my-1 I ASHURST I HOOVER 'SMITH JOHNSON ROBERT ASHURST . . Presiderif DOROTHY HOOVER . . Treasurer- RICHARD JOHNSON Vice-President MISS MARIE TODD . V. Sponsor MIRZA T. SMITH . . Secretary MR. H. H. BASS . . Sponsor HE purpose of this short history of the Junior Class is not to sing the praises of the most Outstanding class in the history of the College, for we, for the most part, have followed the usual schedule of events. VVe have had parties and class meetings and have attended college functions just as preceding classes have done. In all the varied activities of college life the Junior Class has willingly contributed its share. In the field of athletics we have had members on both football and basket ball squads. In the scholastic line, our record threatens to beenviable. Our 'AAII-School Party," February 19th, proved to beahuge success, as well as the annual Spring Picnic. , h Tradition holds that the regular Christmas Chapel program be given by the Junior Class. The program this year did not fall short of those of other years. "Why the Chimes Rang," a one-act play by Elizabeth Apthorp Mc- Fadden, under the direction of Miss Louise Freeland and Miss Marie Todd, was presented at the last chapel hour before Christmas. In the regular Spring elections the Juniors scored another run. Miss Margaret Russell of Chilhowee was elected Beauty Queen. Earlier in the year, Mrs. W. B. Smith, also a member of the Junior Class, was elected Honorary Captain of Headquarters Company, 35th Division Missouri National Guard. Some unkind person has defined a Junior as "A third-year student whose ambitions run away with his better judgment and whose thoughts of the future blot out all consideration of the deficiencies of the presentfl We admit we have our deficiencies and faultsg we have made the usual number of F's as well as Asp we have had the usual number of scraps and trials and tribulations. We've had good times and hard times, but for the most part the good times have over- shadowed the hard ones, and we wish for all other classes as much pleasure and real benefit from their college year of 1931-32 as we have had from ours. Page 58 MARG113 DUNN SARAH LEN MARIAN SHOOP ELMER DAT JOHN ATWOOD NANNIE PHI X Page 59 'N F 'QL : H, ,. ., . -..QL -" ai... Treasurer- . S ponsor Sponsor Q the praises We, for the had parties ding classes as willingly ers on both threatens to ,uge success, me given by Jse of other pthorp Mc- e Todd, was run. Miss in the year, d Honorary Jnal Guard. Ident whose if the future mit we have s as well as ons. 'We've s have over- Jleasure and ours. Page 58 5 . ,, 1 .0- 5,11-ifrx l NIARGIE DUNN Uriah Prirnary SARAH LENA KAsPER Fortuna English MARIAN SHOOP Independence Primary ELMER DANUSER Hermann Mathematics A JOHN ATWOOD Overland Park, Kansas Biology NANNIE PHILLIPS Stover History Page 59 . DL . . Yi 1 ... .. e".. ..gs:g11ig. L i 1 m....,, I --- :mzs:" "" "H ' D 'T--g""'kII-rss,-iff Wim' S L ,.s,.s y ,W I I SHIRLEY SPITLER Rich Hill Music HARRIOT SCRANTON Mendon Social Science ELEANOR BALDWIN New Hampton Prirnary EDWARD BEATTY Warrensburg History DYARLINIE XY.-XTTS Troy English RALPH CARROL Sedalia Biology I MARGARET RUSSEL Chilhowee Primary LILIAN GIBSON Warrensburg Vocational Home Economics RUTH BAY Cole Camp Physical Education I DORIS JOHNSON Ironwood, Michigan Commerce BERNARD PRUESS VIRGINIA ATI EVELYN CLAYCOM RICHARD JOH: EMORY PERKINS ELIZABETH DA JOHN A. XX EEE Warrensburg Social Science HELEN RUTH BROWN Kansas, City Spanish 5 ALVA DAVAULT Senath Economics E. M. BROWN Green Ridge Agriculture Pa e 60 ' 3 Page 61, If gn 'E .4 nd, "tw w- 320 Troy Sedalia Chilhowee Warrensburg iomics Cole Camp nwood, Michigan Page 60 I I 2 Q I I T l I l 1 Y l ! I s. I , I l I I l u I ,gi- K BERNARD PRUESS Warrensburg History VIRGINIA ATEHEIDE New Haven Commerce EVELYN CLAYCOMB Oak Grove Zlffizsic RICHARD JOHNSON St, Louis History EMORY PERKINS North Kansas City Physical Education ELIZABETH DANIEL Warrensburg ' Commerce Page 61 ,,,.f- V- ! A-Q-.!mA1'faaii1fm,g, ROY E. KEETON Roscoe Idathematics MINNIE HARRING Lees Summit ' Primary MARTHA ROSELLE Warrensburg Economics and Commerce R. L. BROWN, JR. Warretisburg Physics l of L7 L. NIAY DANIEL U Warrensburg- History ' CHARLES GREEN Osceola . History EDMLIND HARRIS Windsor Physical Education AUGUST BRULLIIAN Kansas City Physics i 4 I I I C. TILI BERNICE DOHRMAN Stover Commerce MAR' ROY CARTER Kansas City , Industrial Arts 1 I GERTRUDI V ERNA OTT Sedalia Latin HELE ALICE BISHOP Lexington Primary I I 2 I 1 MAXINE A DOROTHY HOOVER Warrensburg 1 Commerce ' ' ' ROBE KENNETH ALLMON Smithville 1 Physical Education t y I B r 5 Page 62 page 63 I I 5 Cfiifei! - , Wx, "': ' ' 1' Stover Kansas City .Sedalia Lexington 'ar1ensbu1'g. Smithville n Page 62 x,,f :ffl-M :Z Y T.lZ",i,T',,, tx S. C. TICLLER Wesleyville, Newfoundland Economics MARGARET BENJAMIN Kansas City English GERTRUDE WAUGH Chilhowee Vocational Home Economics HELEN GOODWILLIE Kansas City Physical Education MAXINE ALSOP Warrensburg Physical Education ROBERT BREON Knobnoster Agriculture ' Page 63 E I l BONNELLE lX4ANLEY Richmond Latin ,MAURENE FITZGERL Pittsville Itlalheniatics CECIL HARDEN Clinton Biology ELEANOR BALDVVIN New Hampton PRIMARY ,W I Q, ' '5 'IVV l' ,I-,lr i. vt1f5!Q? - ,.,., ,m ,A If A LAI 1 E Ili,- ' M31 fl qvlli .,,mt bw , ' I' , , I' , ,H -I Iii ,F ,l il Z , . I Lin. 5, It in v Y , , , , ,.. -,-.,.f. L A i ' 1 ROY BICGRATH Warrensburg MARTHA' M 1' 5 , , History E -nl 'AV ' """ ELLEN JACKSON Paris NA-TAL' Physical Education I f t LAYVRENCE NIAUPIN Warrensburg l DOROTHY V' Social Science f MARY LOUISE SLUSHER Corder E CARL V English 5 LILLIAN SAWFORD Smithton NORMAN B- Commerce ' Eng NIILDRED TOALSON Urich ERKAI-U - History HELEN BOSTON Mendon f I Physical Education I AV 4 ITA JONES Deepwater A Biology I A :A s ft l A .5 V 1 if A JEXVELL ADAMS Independence I Physical Education j . IRENE JONES Weston I ' ' Y English I F A W' S Page 64 Page 65 Ja.--43 gi Effiif 1. ,. ,, EVE., WTP, I 1 Vs In .V l I 5 rensburg MARTHA NIAY NIARQUIS Independence Art Pins NATALII2 TODD Worrensbnrg Commerce rfensburg DOROTHY WOOD ' Kansas City 4. I Primary 1 'I Come, CARL XVILCOXON I Sedalia. A Physics L Smithtgm NORINIAN B. GALLAGHER I California English and Foreign Languages Uriah ERKALINE MCCORRIICK Wawensbnrg I Art 11 . 4! . I MIRZA SMITH Warrensburg ' Foreign Languages BLANCHE SCHOOLEY Odessa Primary DELLA HARRISON Sweet Springs Commerce THELMA MYERS A Lees Summit i Commerce Page 64 ' Page 65' 9 , I n?'9'?Y,.f ' 'HD , . ".,:,qf-.gy "-want,-R. .Inf-1" 1 I -.,, ,- '-1QAHr':a-Q-:ia-. l av.- an -B. -. wc. - an f 1 KATHRYN VAN METER Odessa GLEN STAHL English VIRGIL SUDDATH Warrensburg BESSIE BALL Industrial Arts A CHESTER COOLIDGE Warrensburg MARGARET S' History CAROL HURST Chicago, Illinois LAWRENCE I Commerce NIINNIE LOUISE NIOTHERSEAD Warrensburg Commerce NIERLE DEW PAUL LOONEY A Creighton Agriculture JOE FISHER QU. V , Sv' fi-if, v :l5'i:1- , Q ADA M OHLER Warrensburg Biology- EDNVIN BOTTAMILLER New Haven History C LLL Ross g Clinton Physical Education :NIARALISE STILES Warrensburg English W Page 66 Page 67 I L 7 K " is-4, - .- W 42.1-ff ---A-1...,,,' f'-A 'r'r "Nuts ' ferry-, 'QTTTTTT2 Odessa Warrensburg 'arrensburg 'hicago, Illinois Warrensburg Creighton E GLEN STAHL BESSIE A BALLEW on MARGARET SHELTON LAWVRENCE HUNT Science History Home Economics History MERLE DEWITT BECKWITH JOE FISHER Social Science Pre-medic Kingsville Centerview Grandview Blairstown Wheeling Urich E Page 66 Page 67 is'P:z1i.T.::' f' , 75 K 4 A ill' ug GROVER SMITH Peculiar Economics and Commerce ELLEN GALLOXVAY Elsberry Chemistry LEOLA WILSON Warrensburg Intermediate Grade MARION XNOODSTOCK Independence f iq, Industrial A rts q, 11 FY' flsfli' ,4 MQW jiij s- it few SES . 'HS Pak as .145 . an 1 GEORGE F. HOEPER Rich Hill Science FRANCES BIEWMAN Edgerton English GLADYS HARRIS Lees Summit Idusic KENNETH CHANDLER Creighton Chemistry DELLA MAE RAMEY Warrensbnrg Intermediate Grades KATHRYN ARNHOLD - Aultville Commerce I JOE C. TUB AMY SHIRK NIERYL Wu.: ELVIE CRAY' CLARENCE G GENEVIEVE 4 J. C. DANIELSON Independence C History 1 I LYDIA STARKE Wellingglm I Home Economics - RUTH ELLEN GUINN I Amsterdam History W. ALICE XYARNHOFF Pilot Grove Latin E I page 68 Page 69 N 1-gil' ' T Rich Hill . Edgerton Lees Summit Creighton Warrensburg A Aullville I Page 68 D . ' I Y . U .Aj 32-- l I I L JOE C. TURNBOW Holden i History i AMY SHIRK P010 Illathematics 1 MERYL WILSON Clinton , English 9 ELVIE CRAYTON Strasbnrg 5 Biology I CLARENCE GLOVER Russellville Social Science . GENEVIEVE GALBRAITH Holden I Commerce l , . i - 1 i 1 ! l ESTHER SHOVVALTER Sednlln Iulusic BIRDIE LEE PALLETTE Oak Groze History PEARL ASELMEYER Nelson Commerce ROBERT ASHURST Alma History Page 69 ,,...,, in - -s-:Z -f-ellwn 11" !Jii -fig ,,1,,g , ' rzrff' ' NIARY KELLE1 W. B. SMITH CHARLINE ALf ELIZABETH RI JOAN WOODWI RAYMOND WH 3 i LEONA THOMAS DeKalb I Biological Science I JOHN R. DIXON Warrensburg History U . I ALICE BROYLES Odessa Commerce LOGAN LESLIE Russellville Science N I EVERETT SMITH Centeroiew - Mathematics MRS. I. J. FISHER, JR, . Warrensburg English ' I 1 1 FRANK KIRKPATRICK Chilhowee Physical Education EMIL VEST Grandview Physical Education U i A F 3 Q IQENNETH CHANDLER Creighton - Chemistry JAMES JAGEMAN Clinton Agriculture Q r 2' Page 70 , N Page 71 If ,,, ' '- Q." .1 - 7 1 I2 1. , DeKalb Warrensburg Odessa Russellville C enterpiew Warrensburg Page 70 A -A .--1 f O' A lf ' lj: 'T",""Iflfv..."" 'TLS , ,, I I g MARY KELLER Lamonte ' Mathematics W. B. SMITH Warrensburg ' Physics 1 i 1 1 CHARLINE ALSOP Warrensbnrg Art ELIZABETH R1cKs Hutchison English JOAN WOODWARD Kansas City English RAYMOND VVILDER Sedalia 1 Physical Education I , DOROTHY WOOD Kansas City Primary 534, NORINIA OBERHELMAN Wellington X Home Economics i ' WALTER BURKE Cole Camp Infatherhatics BEATRICE NIAST Montrose f Commerce 1 1 I Page 71 Eg Flaw: IJ ,,E-: Vfy. J ..1., ,g .Q Vfiulfg f 5 :ing Liv wwf' EL ,gf pf v' 'N J, M. 4,1 G K CHARLES CHILDRESS Physical Education I. J. FISHER English NIARY DOOLEY Primary ALFRED GATES . Biology JOHN WOOD Commerce JACK LANDES Science A l'Cll1'6 W'arrensburg Platle City Cahfornia Ufarrensburg Warrensburg B1ADIE REAM Sgdalia Commerce NIARGARET XVERLING Warrensburg C Home Economics AIYRA ELIZABETH SINCLAIR Hale Primary IMOGENE JONES Latour Alalhemafics Page 72 -751.-ff, -A -. Wil Page 73 6 , -M ,. WUWR . I! ,-- LAS 'si HQL ' J X1 j -,3 A rchie VVarf'cnsburg Platte Czty Cahfornia Warrensburg Warrensburg Page 72 fw "Ag"' R IILMIIWIE IIIS A JINDIIKIIE . 5 E. ,Q 4 0 5' WE IIKIINQIDWV IIHIT W W , l s1vw'H""H'1""""wg '.1f. x-:nfl , - W-Zf?f53"Qf '5,"Z.'1i??5 if MW '1m,4i,l5M,,. , gf. Page . ,-I 1 . 4 na --1 F31 I 1 :"L .2 I A 1-1 .DBI . "' Sv" ' '2 -' 3' - 14 " L .e .'.. ' E A 1' S -is L .. I I A - ru. E I 'X 5: rg E Y - QA :1 N . x : I ,H .. tl ., , ,,. E K ln. L- ' - . A . ' " 9 E 1.3, .. I, ' . 4' .' ' 5 1 Y. fl 1 1 .I H ' I E 7' :. if J' D f f-451' 164 f J w Qs. Q7 : I, wa. . x . 4 L . ., E We-..-.Q gy E 4 I Q .,.. K - 5'4" E 'Y . f 'MW !.-..,l" E .f ' l QE 1 i ,, E -Wfnfw '-'essfpfgx '1I'21J3fxxi?f""2LVf? 'Qfv 1 m2-5' 2 ' WF? r T ' E .2 -'-. A Fixx 'QW ?fDf'5 TH 5' .A . -'--- 1.1-' A .' .- :Ziff- 5 f l' . b' W E :im 1 If. I ,l 1.1 'F :- SOPHOMORE CLASS 5 Lyla' N 'grief .,.'l Nl J ily I, xt. I4 -.-n v 1 !'1'5 HINKLE A SILVERMAN PADGETT PATTERSON ' OFFICERS WILLIAM R. HINKLE .... . .u President RALPH PATTERSON . Vzce-Preszdent LUCILLE PADGETT . . Secretary LOUIS P. SILVERMAN . . . Treasurer Sponsors . MISS JULIA HATZ DR. H. A. PHILLIPS IFE is a joke! It's been proved to us. Last year we did everything that the upperclassmen told us to do, and plenty of it was a joke. We went to wrong classroomsg we never cut classy we studied awfully hardy and we even wore our green caps and hose-but now we KNOVV! VVe know what profs are "easy" Cif there are anylg we know what courses are a "snapg" we know what is a "paing" we know what we have to take to "get byg" we've learned the technique of "cutting classesg" we've got our "pulls" and "drags" with the profsg we know the football men and other prominent studentsg we know who to ask to find books for us in the libraryg we've got a "line" on people who've had the coursebeforeg we've developed that 'lsocial line" and f'make" the affairsg.we know that going to assembly "just isn't being doneg" we've learned the art of Ukibitzingf' we know that going home every week-end is "Sissyg" we know the beauty spots of Pertle Springsg we know that the "Stu- dent" is the college paper and is published on Tuesdayg we know that "Peanut" Shelton is a tap dancer and leads yellsg we know thatthe Canearies are not a group of singersg we know that we are not "GREEN" freshmen-we know what's what! That's what the proverbial Sophomore is supposed to think, isn't it? The Sophomore Class does KNOW something though. We know how to have a nice party for the facultyland the student body. We had a "free" dance which was held in the Administration Building halls. VVe decorated with black and red Cthe College colorsj, which made it look quite gay, and the crowd proved our reputation as good hosts and hostesses. XVe presented the Easter Program in assembly, which is a traditional Sopho- more activity. The play, "The Boy VVho Discovered Easter," was directed by Miss Louise Freeland. julia Shotwell, Frances Dagg and Hilgert Odell had the leading parts. Page 74 6 I I I P I E I I l 4 . TODD GEORGI EDNA MAE D ELLA BOYER LOUISE FAMU RUSSELL PEA LETA LEACH MILDRED BIR EULA HooK HELEN R. BR ALICE ELSEY JoHN B. Dwv VIRGINIA BAL' CLARENCE HE NELLIE CLOSE WILLIAM HINI VIOLET Donsc NORMA BUSCH STELLA PEMBE MILDRED BALI FRANK Fox KATHERINE FI ALINE DAVENI MARY KNAPP EVERETT HANI Page 7 5' 2:73 -I V TODD GEORGE Lees Surnmit ali , 4 A, A EDNA MAE DRIGGS Clinton , 1 ELLA BOYER Centerview L if Tiff? , LOUISE FAMULINER Holden ' RUSSELL PEARSON Rich Hill F LETA LEACH Warrensburg 1 ' IVIILDRED BIRDSONG Clarksburg EULA HOOK Warrensburg f HELEN R. ,BROWN Kansas City :RSON V ALICE ELSEY Mineral Point nt JOHN B. DWYER Pilot Grove 7715 VIRGINIA BALDWIN California 73' 'er . PS I CLARENCE HEY Kansas City P ' NELLIE CLOSE ,Green Ridge ything that WILLIAM HINKLE Warrensburg N e went to Id we even hat Courses VIOLET DODSON Calhoun to take tg NORMA BUSCH Otterville K1 97 Cul' Quust STELLA PEMBERTON Chilhowee ' prommen A we've got a Wk 'SOcial- line" A - .H . s Slragegaqeerid MILDRED BALLEW Malta Bend Lt the "Stu- I FRANK FOX Mendon 11 !! 't Peamfcta KATHERINE FINKS Calhoun fs are no :now what'S Ik, iSn't 1t? l h t . EEL, gxifncg ALINE DAVENPORT Concordia 1 I 3 ' V! Q with black 5 MARY KNAPP Warrensburg I E 0Wd Pf0Ved ' EVERETT HANNAN Kansas City ggi fi IHS? anal Sopho- ' H31 directed by .Q iell had the lofi-34 Page 74 Page 75 6 'V Y S, V.- , an ' MI, rr Q..-If I -,A-, .-, I I 4 is 3 4 if It 4 ilu ii I, S 1 I In I a SIGNE RANUM Barnett CHARLES LAMT GLADYS RUDOLPH Timberlake, S. D. HELEN PARISH LA RUE ANDERSON Platfsbnrg FORREST FOSTT GLARENCE BLACKBURN Malta Bend ' LOTS HARETSOT RALPH SELLENSCHUTTER Hermann , HARRTETT WEA PAUL CARSON Connellsville, Pa. EVANOELTNE V5 1 DEEDE BURNE ARMSTRONG Odessa BARBARA HART MARVIN HELMS Creighton , ROBERT YOONT DOROTHY BERRY Kansas City HAROLD MTTOH E . U I JULIA SHOTWELL Richmond FRANCES CONN WAHNETA ZEYSING Wellington i BERNTOE ALOT WM. ROSS BODENHAMER Warrensbnrg A BOEETE NTVENE CLYDE ARNOLD I Schell City ' FRANCIS BROWT MARGARET CULP Warrensbnrg LOTS GETOER MARY RONEMOUS Warrensbnrg CLYDE JOHNSOT. V EDITH SARTIN Warrensbnrg RUTH GOTTSEH1 MARY BARNETT Sweet Springs HARRY PTOKART SUSAN MAYO BRANT Quincy, Ill. EVERTLLE KNTO M S L ILDRED MAL Marshall MAE HAINES BER B NICE EAM Latour JOHN DEAR MARCUS SM TH K ' I ansas City JOHN HAYNES GEORGIA CRONHARDT Knobnoster KATHRYN KIRCI EDNA BOWMAN Holden I NIARIE JENNING WOODROW WILLIAMS Higginsville ' CAPITOLA STARR Page 76 Page 77 1 ': I I Barnett berlake, S. D. Platfsburg Malta Bend Hermann Inellsville, Pa. IG Odessa Creighton Kansas City Richmond Wellington Warrensburg , Schell City Warrensburg Warrensburg Warrensburg Sweet Springs Quincy, Ill. Marshall Latour Kansas City K no bnoster Holden H ig ginsville Page 76 CHARLES LAMPHEAR HELEN PARISH FORREST FOSTER LOIS HARBISON I Independence Harrisonville Hardin Greenwood HARRIETT WEATI-IEREORD Independence EVANGELINE WYATT BARBARA HARTZELL ROBERT YOUNG HAROLD MITCHELL FRANCES CUNNINGHAM BERNICE BALDWIN BOBBIE NIVENS FRANCIS BROWN LOIS GEIGER CLYDE JOHNSON RUTH GOTTSCHALK Oak Grove Indo ntreal Warrensburg Bosworth Warrensburg Warrensburg Oak Grove Latour Boonville Warrensburg Sedalia HARRY PICKARD Port Huron, Mich. EVERILLE KNIGHT I ronwood, Mich, MAE HAINES JOHN DEAR JOHN HAYNES KATHRYN KIRCHER NIARIE IENNINGS CAPITOLA STARK Page 77 1, , Lone Jack Richmond Lees Summit H arriso nville Warrensburg Warrensburg EH-21 riflf P245 Q ,IIT III, .Mt V 'l1r::'g I 1' I ,MSI V- rt!" il if' ri H 55145, L'1k,,EEi' ,QA E ii , rr If ,I I ,I I , ., I -.1 , , ,.,,.,,, ,,,,.4:: , I ,+ iii'-3.114 JW-lpf' ilu 1 A I' ,M ,- if 4 1 C, fig - risk: : , . Li., f Arn' - ,CM CCI,,IC CA- LH- , .,-,. EDWIN SYDENSTRICKER Odvssa FOREST FUHR PAULINE SCHMIDT NIARJORIE MARSHALL MABEL HACKLER BETTY HOWSER VERGA RUTH SMITH PALMER SHEPHERD ROY BECKLEAN W arrensburg Kansas City Marshall Fairfield California Clark Albion, Mich. Kansas City MARGARET CRAB Rich Hill FLORIN JONES Creighton BESSIE LEE ZION Kearney WILLIAM BARTON ' Arnoret NELLIE JANE MEADOR Grandview RUTH AGNES HUTSON Sedalia GLADYS MCCANDLESS Lincoln ALPHA LEE HARRIS. Warrensburg LUCILLE BURLINGAME Blackwater ELDA MARIE FLENNIKEN Carthage VELMA HOUSER Mount Vernon CURTIS CLINGER I Holden RALPH PATTERSON Odessa NIILDRED RILEY Kearney GLEN BUSH Warrensburg 1 I Page 78 I i 4 1 1 I I I 1 Y I I 1 l I 'mllmzrzr LOUISE C. JOI VIRGINIA STIR FRANCES STEI CHARLES LEE WILLIAM SEGI LUCILLE PADG JANET GARSTA ERNESTO ANTI WM. MCFARLA DIXIE GRIFFI1 JOHN ALLISON MARGE SCHAU KATHRYN MAI BESSIE WILEYI LOUISE MULLB MAXINE TUCK J. T. MCCORM LYNN HATCH MARY E. HARI HELEN BRYAN' EDDIE MELIN MARVIN HELM: LAURA JANE Ml FRANCES IDOL Page 79 ,fi-f jc' Odessa Warrensburg Kansas City Marshall Fairjield California Clark lbion, Mich. Kansas City 1 LOUISE C. JONES VIRGINIA STIRLEN FRANCES STEPHENS CHARLES LEE GATES WILLIAM SEGNER LUCILLE PADGETT JANET GARSTANG ERNESTO ANTONIO WM. IVICFARLAND DIXIE GRIFFITH JOHN ALLISON MARGE SCHAUFERT KATHRYN MARR BESSIE WILEY LOUISE MULLEN MAXINE TUCKER J. T. MCCORMICK LYNN HATCH MARY E. HARRIS HELEN BRYANT EDDIE MELIN MARVIN HELIVIS LAURA JANE MILLER FRANCES IDOL Page 79 Rich' Hill Creighton Kearney i Arnoret Grandview Sedalia Lincoln Warrensburg' I Blackwater I I 2 Carthage J Ionnt Vernon Holden 1 Odessa Kearney 1 Warrensburg Page 78 - I zzrjggliiiif i 2--f' WN--Queue A .mmf Q' "f'-Sha:-1' ' . -f,, f I Warrensburg Lamonte Carrollton Urich Overland Park Rich Hill Chamois Warrensburg Warrensburg Creighton Syracuse St. Louis Odessa Warrensburg Stillwell, Kan. M erwin Warrensbnrg Drexel Cedar Springs Warrensburg Alrna Creighton I Warrensburg H arriso nville YL-rf' 'GS' JOHN DEAR ESTHER MOYERS Richmond W arrensburg MARY ESTER NICGRATH Warrensburg TVIATTIE TAYLOR Nelson NIELBURN POLLOCK Warrensburg FRANCES DAGG North Kansas City FRANCES THOMPSON Warrensburg VIRGINIA KRATTLI Knobnoster ROBERTA LITTLE Warrensburg JANE GREY Warrensburg LLOYD SCHNUCK Overton LOUIS SILVERMAN Warrensburg MARGARET JONES Warrensburg WILLIE SULSER Harrisonville AMY SULLIVAN Odessa HAZEL KELLER Parkville BERNICE INGRUM Lees Summit CORAELLEN O'N EAL Warrensburg KENNETH BEDSAUL Oak Grove NIARIAN PARKER WILLIAM WEISE MARSHALL STEEBY ROMAINE MACKEN WAYNE TAYLOR Pleasant Hill New Franklin Albion North Kansas City Garden City Page 80 r 1, if 4 I P 5 5 X 1- ? R 2. v-v.,,n U 'SHA LYLE DENNY JOHN BRANDO1' HELEN COVEY LOUISE EICHMI GUY A. MORRI CLEMENT SAXT HILGERT O'DEL MARGARET IDO ESTHER I-IINOTI CHARLES PETE1 CHARLES FAIRC FRANK MARTIN MORTON YOUR1 ELDRED SHACKI MARGERY BART ELLEN L. BUNT MILLIE JEWEL DELLA MARIE l JOHN KAVANAU MARY LOU HAI PIIYLLIS HENRY MILDRED TIMKl EDWARD DUNN ELIZABETH DUIL Page 81 Richmond Varrensburg Varrensburg Nelson V arrensbur g Kansas City fV arrensbur g Knobnoster Warrensburg Warrensburg Overton Warrensburg Warrensburg Harrisonville Odessa Parkville Lees Summit Warrensburg Oak Grove Pleasant Hill Vew Franklin Albion a Kansas City Garden City Page 80 'IFN I I i 4 I I Y I J L 1 ,.- Q LYLE DENNY JOHN BRANDON HELEN COVEY LOUISE EICHMAN GUY A. MORRIS CLEMENT SAXTON HILGERT O'DELL NIARGARET IDOL ESTHER HINOTE CHARLES PETERS CHARLES FAIRCHILD FRANK MARTIN IVIORTON YOUREE ELDRED SHACKELFORD MARGERY BARTLEY ELLEN L. BUNTE MILLIE JEWEL FRY DELLA MARIE DOAK JOHN KAVANAUGH MARY LOU HALL PHYLLIS HENRY MILDRED TIMKEN EDWARD DUNN ELIZABETH DUNNING Page 81 I .,..- :wx G- A-H-.km ,gs-G 3 "M I H arriso nvi ll e Kansas City Lexington Jejerson City Kansas City Windsor Oberlin, Kansas H arriso nvill e H arrisnnville Tipton Warrensburg Warrensburg Oak Grove Warrensbnrg Butler Warrensbnrg - Stover Warrensburg Warrensburg H arrisonville Warrensburg Kansas City Urich Deepwater H il rs 4 I ANILQFQ E ,Rn r . 'vim yy I-, Ri- ,I i.'.Q ,Ig if , W M1 FSR ggi lg v-4 2:33 Zigi- E? I 1 .LM 332' 1 ,- .v ,f-I V355 -Q9 5.1, 'QP' NIILDRED RAUCH Grant City LEAMON DORRANCE Warrensburg ROSALIND KOLB Hermann NIATTIE TAYLOR Nelson IRMA GARRER Clinton IRMA LOUISE BEARD Centerview DOROTHY JACKSON Alma WAYNE TAYLOR Garden City KATHERINE FARMER Camden Point RUBY FERN BROWNLEE Warrensburg ARTHUR V. LONG Higginsville MARY KUHLMAN r Knobnoster KATHERINE PEAK Warrensburg VERL PERRIN Osceola MARY BESS KINCHLOE Lathrop LEONA MARKEY Warrensburg RAYMOND HENRY Richmond GLEN SIMMS Galena ANNA MARIE DELAY Odessa CARDELL THOMAS Richmond BLANCHE WEBB Missouri City LETA LIENEMANN Schell City RACHEL JANE WILHOIT Holt BERTHA Cox Centerview Page 82 WINNIE B. HOEI C. G. YVILLIAMS MARTHA LEE P1 CLARA RICHTER HILLARD KOENI JACK CARTER CLARENCE ARCE HAZEL SHIELDS JOSEPHINE HER: HARRY SALSBUR MELBA LEHMAN HARVEY JONES Page 83' 'L I.,jf-P 1 .1f,fa1-.-was , VJ .9 , sevgrf , S 4 ' J -i . I' A ' I I , Ag Grant City Warrensburg Hermann Nelson Clinton Centerview Alma Garden City famden Point Warrensbnrg H i gginsvill e Knobnoster Warrensbnrg Osceola Lathrop Warrensburg Richmond Galena Odessa Richmond Missouri City Schell City H olt Centerview Page 82 , ,sglj" ' ,. .235 ' N f-..L,.l..---,L , H .,z. . 7114.--,..--L -11, .--....., L., v,, L. I K I I 'u i I 4 K WINNIE B. HOEFER Higginsville C. G. YVILLIAMS Windsor MARTHA LEE PEMBERTON Pittsville CLARA RICHTER Jejerson City HILLARD KOENKE Cole Camp JACK CARTER CLARENCE ARCHAMBEAU Lees Summit Ironwood, Michigan HAZEL SHIELDS JOSEPHINE HEBERLING HARRY SALSBURY MELBA LEHMAN HARVEY JONES Page 83 W ' Collins Warrensburg Warrensburg Versailles Independence Page 84 1, 1: L. .Q . 193' X. .Page 85 a y 7 A , MAE" 'T ! V W W Page 84 . " ffiv iv" . 2 -' .Andy ' ji Y 13- 1 x ,' ' V,,1 ' ' -, Y ----"fg"" """ ' ,,..f-""Q"""1'sm1-,-L ..1.n-.5-1-,Y 3 ..,, V E-J1. 1 M 7-2 g,. MIHIFIIE IIIX IIRMIXIIL IIUIHIWIE MB IIEBYTIF -Wmvvr 1 Y IM 1 U Page S5 Xi E15 -I- D .1 f I ff 2' fa we txiriwiti Huff ' ll 1 HJ .1','rQX' 1? NUM 1 1 . 'E Q n r, M, 4 + I ,.: +,' ,24 gi, r,, W I 1 5 p ,J , K- , ,nf l V i V NIAY BLAIR HOLLYMAN BOSTON JUNIOR MAY . . . President JOSEPHINE BLAIR . . Treasurer ELIZABETH BOsTON Vice-President MISS GERTRUDE HOSEY . Sponsor JOI-IN HOLLYMAN . . Secretory MR. WARD EDWARDS . Sponsor URING the past year there has -been some talk of a depression in our I country, as well as in other parts of the world. Many economic and polit- ical organizations have undergone radical changes. New socialistic doctrines have been preached to the far corners Of the earth. But no socialistic doctrines have brought so much happiness and so much credit to the Ones concerned as the emancipation of the college Freshman. In the past, ugliness, awkwardness, and greenness have been- the fruit Of the Freshman Class. But it is not so now. Even the Seniors realize that we are their closest rivals. VVe have powerg but by Our self-reserved modesty conceal our inward feelings. VVe, too, have sensed a feeling of dignity much akin to that of the Seniors. Every day some member of our class is mistaken for a Senior. But with true loyalty to the Freshman Class, he will admit his true identity. Our class is One of the most important organizations upon the campus. We are one of the deciding factors in every political election. Upperclassmen realize our careful consideration of these matters when our votes are solicited. They realize that we make a careful study Of candidates and of existing condi- tions during these elections. There is no wonder, then, why we have such popu- larity thrust upon us. ' The Sophomores co-Operated in this program of Freshman emancipation. This year no Freshman was required to wear the green cap or green stockings. XVe have not been subjected to either physical or verbal initiation. Our class has been placed upon an intellectual and social level with the entire school. XVe, the Freshmen, appreciate the welcome you have extended to us. We thank you for all the kindness and good feeling bestowed upon us. VVe hope that when prosperity returns, we as Seniors may still be fresh with a lively spirit to grasp all, in the plunge for knowledge. Page 36 1 I I I 4 l l l i i . I , . .. F"-...L 4.-.-1-'lrxqf GEORGE S MARY SPT ROBERT C MARION I GLADYS B EUNICE K PEARL BA LUCY BLIs HAROLD B R. S. QUII ALICE GAI JANIS DEA VIRGINIA 1 NADINE L1 DONA BAR THOMAS G MARTHA IN ESTHER Bi KATHLEEN HERBERT l lWAYE CAR EVERETT I DOROTHY Q WANDA CR Pqge 87 "Por m I l PN Treasurer . S ponsor . Sponsor ion in our : and polit- : doctrines c doctrines ncerned as the fruit of phat we are sty conceal kin to that r a Senior. ,e identity. npus. VV e ierclassmen 'e solicited. ting condi- such popu- ancipation. , stockings. Cur class tire school. io us. VVe VVe hope lively spirit Page 86 Q ,.VE'l worn ,-,+I-f GEORGE SCHMIDT Pershing MARY SPENSER Richmond ROBERT GREIM Clinton MARION DAvIs Osceola GLADYS BUTNER Owensoille EUNICE KELLET Chilhowee PEARL BALLARD Warrensburg LUCY Buss Strasburg HAROLD BOEKENHEIDE St. Louis R. S. QUINN . Smithville ALICE GAINES Peculiar JANIS DEAN Bates City VIRGINIA CARPENTER Knobnoster NADINE LEE Odessa DONA BARNHART Cross Timbers THOMAS GRAY Sedalia MARTHA MCEWEN Odessa ESTHER BAREIS Hermann KATHLEEN CONSOLVER Lees Summit HERBERT KNEISL'Y NIAYE CA RLYLE EVERETT BRENNER DOROTHY JONES XKVANDA CRAIG Page 87 Enon Kingsoille North Kansas City Warrensburg Carrollton JENNII2 ELLEN CREEL Carrollton VIRGIL LORENE D.ALE Anioret CLARA DOOLY Platte City GENE CARVER Srnitlwille RALPH LOSSON California BLANCHE BROWVN Kingswlle NADYNE AHRENS Cole Camp ERMA FAYE BLAZER Pleasant Hill RUTH BROWN Barnett E. NIXON Wooldridge FRANCES BRADLEY Clinton MARY NIATTINGLY Warrensburg THELMA GIBBS Lexington RUTH BARNES Freeman LAWRENCE SIMMONS Malta Bend ADA BERNEICE BROWN Warrensburg GEORGE PEAK Warrensburg DOROTHY ECKHOFF Warrensburg ROSA MAE CURTIS Odessa ELIZABETH BELTON Clinton HELEN MCGILL Cleveland EDNA ALLEN Higginsville ALBERT CAMERON Warrensbnrg DONA BARNHART Cross Timbers Page 88 xx 4 1 I I i ! 1 I I 1 I f 4 i I 3 4 . - ,L WILLIAM I CORDA DR RAY ALLE' KATHRYN HELEN CO HELEN R. NORMAN P LOREN BA: ALENE FIT VIRGINIA f LANITA EI- ALICE SM1f A. E. MOR IRMA LANc HERBERT 1 RAGNOR B JACOB CUI LOTTIE HI BERNIECE MARY FRC FLOY Bow FERN ERE. LEON ALL: OPAL BASI. Page 89 7 Carrollton Amoret - Platte City Smithville California Kingsville Cole Camp Pleasant Hill Barnett Wooldridge Clinton Warrensburg Lexington Freeman JVI alta Bend Warrensburg Warrensbnrg Warrensburg Odessa Clinton Cleveland Higginsville Warrensburg Cross Timbers Page 88 ,,, - ,, A 1 A WILLIAM KISER Marshall CORDA DRIVER Sweet Springs RAY ALLEY Lone Jack KATHRYN MARKSBERRY Blairstown HELEN COWGER Peculiar HELEN R. CRISWELL New Bloomfield NORMAN HUMPHRY LOREN BARNES Windsor Kingsville ALENE FITCH Centerview VIRGINIA ABER Lees Summit LANITA EICHELBERGER Warrensburg ALICE SMITH A Warrensburg A. E. MORRIS Kansas City IRMA LANGDON Sedalia HERBERT KELSO Kansas City RAGNOR BOYD Warrensburg JACOB CUNNINGHAM Warrensburg LOTTIE HILTY Warrensbnrg BERNIECE MITTNAYER Warrensburg MARY FROST Kansas City, Mo. FLOY BOWLES Norborne FERN ERFKAMP Rich Hill LEON ALLEY Warrensburg OPAL BASYE Amity Page 89 I Q . I I i Q If 1 7: A I I I 1 6 n I 1 I 6 I K 5. I 51 JUANITA LEFEVER Versailles NI,-XRY BETH MORRIS Kingsville GLADYS DAVIDSON Odessa REVAL HOWES Kansas City ANNE CALDWVELL Lexington VELMA. HOLLOWAY H arrisonville COLMAN ERVIN Kansas City DARRELL REEDY Butler VIRGINIA NIVENS Oak Grove VIRGINIA PATTON McFall LAURA COOK Gower FRANCES FAULKNER Warrensbnrg MARGARET CLEMENTS Lone Jack ROBERT FOSTER Warrensburg CHARLOTTE BROWN Warrensburg JANE CHERRY I Mt. Vernon EMMA SUE CONRAD Pleasant Hill CHARLEY BEALS North Kansas City GLADYS STEVENSON BERNITA HUTCHISON KATHRYN ALEXANDER ERMA HALLER NEITA GREGG N OLAND COOPER I Liberty Harrisonville Jamestown Warrensburg Creighton Windsor Page 90A 7 W If W I i V K 1 I i I 1 E 2 . I "vs, f, . ICATHRYJ RUTH BI NIARGUE FLOYD N MARION JEWEL D CAROL FI FREDA F3 MARGARI THALIA IN RUBY RO JOSEPHIN MARION I MAX GRE ERMA HE TAB ELLI FOREST C HAZEL Cc REBA JAIN CLARA M. PAUL Wo RUTH LOREN NANNIE Page 91 Versailles Kingsville Odessa Kansas City Lexington Harrisonville Kansas City Butler Oak Grove Mc Fall Gower Warrensburg Lone I ack Warrensburg Warrensburg Mt. Vernon Pleasant Hill th Kansas City Liberty H arrisonville Jamestown Warrensburg Creighton Windsor Page 90 X 1 i 5 i I l Q V ., ,ki-QI i ff.- -,,,.,-r- X :QV-:..2 X ICATHRYN BOONE Odessa RUTH BROOKS Warrensburg NIARGUERITE FERGUSON Sibley FLOYD NORRIS North Kansas City MARION SAULTS Concordia JEWEL DODDS Dixon CAROL FOSTER Warrensburg FREDA F INKE Buckner MARGARET ALSBURY Warrensburg THALIA MCBROOM Fortuna RUBY ROBERTSON Russellville JOSEPHINE BLAIR MARION COLLINS MAX GREIM ERMA HENRY TAB ELLISON FOREST CARPENTER HAZEL CONRAD REBA JANE CURRY CLARA MAE ERFKAMP PAUL WOHLT RUTH CRAMER LOREN CLAWSON NANNIE CARTER Page 91 ...-z -LV --.Q....,,.-LL-, , - mi ' 1 S A .1,:I5SQ,l1L Lees Surnrnit Tulsa, Okla. Warrensburg T ipton Sniithton Prairie H onie Pleasant Hill H oustonia Rich Hill Hermann Leeton Chilhowee Windsor - l XYALTER ZUMXVALT Lone Jack LAURA DEXTASHER Warrensburg ELIZABETH BOSTON Mendon V ELMA TEMPLE Warrensbnrg EDITH ROBERTS Holden MORTON BUELL Linn MARY SARAH DOWLER Laclede DOROTHY KIRCHER Harrisonoille JOSEPI-IINE DAVIS Cross Timbers WILLIAM SODEMAN Edgerton MARJORIE HARRIS Windsor MARY ALICE PERKINS Lamonte MIBBS M. GOLDING LOUESE PHILLIPS IRMA DECKER VIRGINIA GARLAND RODNEY FITCH RUTH POE MILDRED DORSEY GEORGE ELLIS JOHN B. DWYER LEROY RUSSEL GRACE HUFF IWARJORIE HANLEY Kansas City Detroit, Mich. Garden City Windsor Certterview H arrisonville Houstonia Appleton City Pilot Grove Chilhowee Gilliam Marshall Page 92 i I 2 il f 5 5 J I it 1 5 Ii I! .I- it 'A 4 I 1 I ! K 1 I I W 1 m 1 i 3 s i r:. f auth' -'ws..,,,,,,h AVA DOI NIAYME I VIRGINIA VIOLA FI MARY O1 ARTIE W ANNA ST, MARTHA AMY KEL ETHELINE GLADYS S ROBERT I RUTH GA1 MARSHALI MARY LO' LENA EIS! VIRGINIA NELSON Id FRANCES MAI RUTH MARY JOSEPH MARIAN Page 93 Lone Jack Warrensburg H .Mendon Warrensbiirg Holden Linn Laclede Harrisonville ross Timbers Edgerton Windsor Lamonte Kansas City 'etroit, Mich. Garden City Windsor Centervie-w H arrisonville H oustonia lppleton City Pilot Grove Chillzowee Gilliam .Marshall Page 92 AVA DOOLEY NIAYME SNIDER VIRGINIA CARR VIOLA FRANCES MARY OPAL GARDINER ARTIE WEEKS ANNA STARK MARTHA BROWN AMY KELSEY ETHELINE SHORT GLADYS SHOBE ROBERT LEE HALL RUTH GARNER MARSHALL HARIVION MARY LOWE LENA EISSLER VIRGINIA ABER NEI,SON ICERR FRANCES PINDER MARGARET DEATLEX' RUTH HARDINGER MARY RENNISON JOSEPH HILTY NIARIAN GARDINER Page 93 N Camden Point Prairie Hill Grandview Warrensburg Blairstown Linn K eytesville St. Louis Warrensburg Lafour Warrensburg Applezm City Drexel Ixlayview Lees Summit Holden Lees Summit Edgerton Rosedale, Kan. Latour Butler Warrensbiirg Deepwater Independence .-,..,...,.... ww. I I 1 I I 1 5 I I i I1 f 1 1 I I I - I fi 1. If 11 U 551 E . 1 FRANCES IQEEL Richmond 1 LINDSEY -A ' f' G BERNICE PADDOCK Warrensbnrg BARNEY If 1 CARL HOLLEY Warsaw JAMES JI- I I I IRL GLADFELTER Windsor GENEVIEV I 1 ' LADY ELSIE LARR Clinton CLARENCE 1 NIILDREDRRUFFIN Windsor GRACE M1 I I R' ' 'Q I EVA YAZEL Armstrong NIARTHA C iii ELDON MCADAM Warrensbnrg FRANCES 1 1 1: 1 SEWOOD CLONTZ Warrensbnrg SOPHIE I-I1 1 I I 'I 1 1, I 1 I QI RALPH BRITNELL Cleveland EVELYN IV 'I 1 ALICE IRVINE Centerview FORREST I 4 I RUBY BALLARD Kingsville VERA TRE 111 1 3 I THELMA STARK Warrensburg RAYMOND 5 EUGENIA HOGAN Norborne MARY CAI 4 1 LEOLA HALL Warrensbnrg JENE R. S I II I 1 1 - 'Q I , I 1 R R MARVIN THOMAS Bunceton ADA KEITJ 1 1 MABEI, GREEN Odessa DONALD Z 11 4 1 CHARLOTTE CHEEK Kearney MAYME SI I I ' 1 1 I 1 BERNICE VVITTMEYER Liberty ALICE OLI 11 ' 1 , . HOWARD NICHOLSON Garrett, Ind. MARGARET R ETHA EVERTS Centerview ELLA TEM 1 I I I NAYDEAN PHILLIPS Peculiar WILLIS W I 1 MARY LOUISE RUCKEL Creighton JESSIE PEI 4. WALLACE HIGGINS Houstonia MARTHA F ff 31 '5 1111 -C Y 1 l 1 ,I I, I Page Q4 Page 95 I u f ? . R W ?'l"'A ' ' ' LT-.,.,, A- ' f v, I ,Rv It , -,,.-1-0' 1 -mag: I 1 I 3 ' I ' I 1 , . 1 - 1 - 1 I I Richmond Warrensburg Warsaw Windsor Clinton Windsor A rrnstron g Warrensburg Warrensburg Cleveland Centeroiew Kingsville Warrensburg Norborne Warrensburg B unceton t Odessa Kearney Liberty Garrett, Ind. Centerview Peculiar Creighton H ou stonia Page 94 LINDSEY ALLEN I Leeton BARNEY H. OGILVIE Little Rock, Ark. JAMES J. NIAYES M'ontserrat GENEVIEVE NICCAMPBELL Windsor CLARENCE NIADORIE Marshall GRACE MARIE WAGNER Butler MARTHA GRACE MCFADDEN Odessa FRANCES HOLLOWAY Pleasant Hill SOPHIE HUSSMAN EVELYN MEEKAN Odessa St. Louis FORREST LEE KNEEDLER Warrensburg VE RA TRENT Q Dover RAYMOND POWERS Albion, Mich. MARY CAROLIN KROHN Warrensburg JENE R. SACK ADA KEITH DONALD ZACKARY MAYME SNIDER ALICE OLIVER MARGARET MCELWEE ELLA TEMPLE WILLIS WILSON JESSIE PEARL SLACK MARTHA FULTON Page 95 Bosworth Warrensburg Mound City Prairie Hill Slater Chilhowee H i gginsville Hume Pittsfville Malta Bend JUANITA XVIMER Knobnoster NIINNIE RUTH SEVY Peculiar ISABEL CRAIG Nelson PEARL 'RICHEY Lamonte GENE JOHNSON Garrett LOUISE KILBIER Chilhowee GOLDENA PAYNE Garden City NIARY L. DUFEETT Drexel BLANCHE WRIGHT Lowry City ELSA ROBERTS Clinton GOLDIE RUSSELL Butler GERTRUDE CARR Grandview LUCILE FRISBY Ridgeway LAWRENCE HAASE Cole Camp MARVIN HUGHES Warrensbnrg ADA MARYE RAMSEY Centerview ZELMA ASHBAUGH Clinton BANNER RICE Warrensbnrg ERVENA STEWART Osborn FRANKIE MERRELL Warrensbnrg MARY OPAL GARDNER Blairstown MARY SULLIVAN Pleasant Hill CAROL HUDSON Peculiar LUCILLE SIMMONS Eldon Page 96 NORMA S FRANCES UEL BAR VIRGINIA LORENE P GLADYS 3 MARION OPAL WC EDWARD HELEN O OLIVE My CRAWFOI ELBERT E MILDRED HOWARD WILLA MI DONALD MARY VI VIRGINIA MARGARI LELIA'HF EVAR I DENNIS MYRTLE Page 97 Knobnoster Peculiar Nelson ' Lamonte Garrett Chilhowee Garden City Drexel Lowry City Clinton Butler Grandview Ridgeway Cole Carnp W arrensbur g Centerview Clinton Warrensburg Osborn Warrensburg Blairstown Pleasant Hill Peculiar Eldon Page 96 . 'QQ 9395? F55 NORBIA WILLIAMS I Clinton FRANCES RECTOR Warrensburg UEL BARNIZTT Warrensburg VIRGINIA SLOAN Greenwood LORENE LEAVY Holden GLADYS ROLLAND Stover MARION DAVIES Osceola OPAL VVOLF Warrensburg EDWARD VOGEL Tipton HELEN ORBIN Otturn-wa, Iowa OLIVE MCFARLAND Warrensburg CRAWFORD CHEATHAM Pittsville ELBERT SHORES Cleveland MILDRED LAUGHLIN Linn HOWARD RAMSEY Lees Sunirnit XVILLA MEADOR Hardin DONALD STONESTREET East Lynne MARY VERZONE Lexington VIRGINIA LOWER Longwood MARGARET NEITZERT Knobnoster LELIA HALLFORD Clinton EVA RUE SYDENSTRICKER Odessa DENNIS RAMSEY Lees Surnrnit MYRTLE SHOGKLEY Linn Page 97 li: V1 WE ' T, .4 .1 :Mg-Y-, A - -.- Q-, Y . lf' EN Q5 I 1 H ,T N J ' EE lr , 3: iff Y. DON STEXVART NELLIE NIAE NIUSSER ERMILE VAN DYKE EUGENE SCOTT GRIOSBY COVA F. MARR MARTHA K. SHELTON GERALDINE HON J. B. MONTAGUE CHARLES SODEMAN ROBERT WELLS BERNTCE WAGNER RAYMOND BURROW RUTH SCHMOLL HOMER HUNT RAY E. PORTER FRANK IVY LEE WORLEY JUNE SHEDD MARTHA E. SWETMAN GEORGE HOLLEY MAXINE TISING W. MCCORMICK GLENN S. GROOMER ERNEST VVAGLE Hannibal Warrensburg Lees Summit Ufarrensburg IfVarrensbnrg Clinton Ferrelview W arrensburg Edgerton Centerview Napoleon Concordia Pleasant Hill Blairstown Odessa Warrensburg Slater Leeton Smithville Fairfield High Point Warrensburg Warsaw Edgerton Page 9S , 4 ?i'TZe::zg.,: BERTHA JAMES B R. G. Bc HARRY C ROBERT KATE SC LOUISE I HILDA R ELVIN H MARGARI OMA PET MURL SE DOROTHY MARTHA ELIZABE1 THELMA ELLA M1- MARTY CI JEAN W ESTHER FANNIE WILLA GENEVA Page 99 H annibal' Warrensburg Zees Summit Warrensburg Warrensburg Clinton F erreloiew Warrensburg Edgerton Centeroiew Napoleon Concordia 'leasant Hill Blairstown Odessa Warrensburg Slater Leeton Smithville Fairfield High Point Warrensburg Warsaw Edgerton Page 98 - 1-1-, ,u . ..Q,.,...., I., ,, w B, 1 I Y I . Y r l 4 -,,..-Q1 .. L.- BERTIIA SUGG Bogard JAMES BURR Odessa R. G. BONNARD Lowry City HARRY ODNEAL Spruce ROBERT STONNER Miami KATE SCOTT Versailles LOUISE ESTES Warrensburg HILDA RUFENACHT Chloe ELVIN HOUTS Pittsoille MARGARET DE ATLEY Latour OMA PETERMAN Knobnoster IVIURL SHAWVER Deepwater DOROTHY HEIDBREDER California MARTHA COBB Kansas City ELIZABETH WAHRENBRACK Sedalia THELMA HAMLIN Kingsville ELLA MARIE LYMING Sedalia MARTY COPPAKEN Kansas City JEAN VVALLEY Amsterdam ESTHER LAMAR Belton FANNIE MARIE HOOK Hamilton VVILLA EVANS Waverly GENEVA NEFF Warrensbnrg MILDRED SODEMAN Edgerton Page 99 ,3 "'l Ufhzfizitf N--iff' I l V he I' Q-A A E , Q , , . N1 il Z ,. , Z I ,E I 1 i E? P E 2 H L. .I 'I i '52 15 :I V V . A Ps fi I, :sf V gm E: ln? I 525 W f 'E V I ' ' 2 V . I f A 1 Eff. ' ' RUBE OGLESBY Warrensburg MARY LOUISE HULL Sedalia GEORGE DYER 'Centerview NIURIEL PICKARD Port Huron, Mich. " 2 MARGARET WALLACE Holden ,.... LOIS ROSE Lamonte STREET HALE Warrensburg MARTHA ANDES Warrensburg ALICE MEYER Lexington DOROTHY TODD Warrensbnrg JIM EVERLY Warrensburg RUTH BENN Harrisonzrille FRANCES WINDLER Barnett ROBERT DALE Polo J. M. MILLER Warrensbnrg WAYNE JOHNSON Uriah W. W. WILKINS Warrensburg LUCILLE REED Warrensburg - DOROTHY SUGG Bogard fp, EDNA JOHNSON Calhoun INEZ F OULDS Higginsville LUCILLE PRUSSING Warrensburg U9 4 TIZA REGESTER Centertown J. D. HAMMONTREE Independence Page l00 1 I I f I"'E-W. . L ,L Vx-,,,,.-",BRi"Qnff.' Lg ggi ROSELLE JACK BRI VIRGIN IA MRS. BEI FANNIE I GRACE SI CHARLES BERNARD MARION I CLIFTON ' RALPH M EULA VIL EVEVRETT MARGARE JOHN STE MARY LO ANNA GII WAYNE B UNA PALI FLORA RI. FLOYD HA MARY MA CLYDE JOI LILA BELI Page 101 A V arrensbur g Sedalia 'Centerview nron, Mich. Holden Lamonte Warrensburg Warrensburg Lexington Warrensbnrg W arrensbur g Iarrisonville Barnett Polo Warrensburg U rich Warrensbnrg Warrensburg Bogard Calhoun Higginsville Warrensburg Centertown 'ndependenoe Page 100 . V 3 inf' ' if . ,R I- 6 5, 0 .. -' ,:f1-m'1t.-,C, .A , .,.,.g.:.:-:vga-A -f-- -J L , ROSELLE HIGGINS ln Warrensburg JACK BROYVN Warrensburg VIRGIN IA vLOWER Longwood MRS. BERTHA A. BROWN Warrensbnrg FANNIE HOOK Harnillon GRACE SIMMONS Warrensbnrg CHARLES LAKEN Higginsoille BERNARD GALLAGHER California MARION MINOR Centeroiew CLIFTON WILLIAMS Warrensburg RALPH NICKEE Centerview EULA VINITA MARCUM Blairstown EVERETT WADE Warrensbnrg MARGARET BAILEY Warrensbnrg JOHN STEPHEN HOLLYMAN Warrensburg MARY LOUISE HULL Sedalia ANNA GIBBINS Clarksdale WAYNE BARTY Rockville UNA PALMER Warrensbnrg FLORA RICE Green Ridge FLOYD HANKS Warrensburg MARY MARTHA VVITHROW Kansas City CLYDE JONES Warsaw LILA BELLE HERNDON Warrensburg Page 101 .. 1-F-f-. 3- s I ,Lt EQQVQ www N 4 ' 1 i A :l aw 2-1 .,' I :img Ip ff, ,Q QI fi ,W E 0- A:-.sc-, N' -0 I -uf '57 I 9 46 ,. ,, .A....,...,,..-,.,.. ., L ,.L-,.. , , .I-... JUNIOR BIAY ESTA MAE EYICFERRIN JOHN J. WELLS NIARGARET VVILCOXON NIARY TOMPSON ADELIA LIGHTCAR PAUL GRAEF LOUISE STEPHENS FRANCIS LOMAN MURRAY WILLIAMS THOMAS BAILEY ROBERT LESHER VIVIAN SIMMONS LORENE RAKER RALPH DOW EDITH RUSH LOUIS ALLEY MILDRED TAYLOR ORVELLA HENDERSON WOODROW CAMPBELL BERNICE TIMKEN BARTLETT MCCOWAN LEOTA SNOW RAYMOND HENRY l U'arrensb'zzrg Odessa Kansas City Odessa Warrensburg Belton Warrensburg Clinton Warrensburg Warrensburg Lees Summit Lees Summit Napton Holden Sedalia Butler Warrensbilrg Windsor Osceola Raymore Kansas City Clinton Kingsville Rayville Page 102 FERN TA ANNE HA BIRDIE G NIAE RAI HELEN H IVON ROI IRMA DEI CATHERIIA LUCY MA ANNA FR: ALINE WA MERWIN I NOVA KIA ALMA WO Page 103 r :fin if ag, , , , r, .AAQLQ Warrensburg Odessa Kansas City Odessa Warrensburg Belton Warrensburg Clinton Warrensburg Warrensburg Lees Summit Lees Summit N apton Holden Sedalia Butler Warrensburg Windsor 5 Osceola Raymore Kansas ,City Clinton Kingsville Rayville Page 102 if Y fu V'-,y FERN TATMON ANNE HARVEY BIRDIE GUENTHER MAE RAYMOND HELEN HILL IVON ROUTON IRMA DECKER H arrisonville Pleasant Hill Corder Kansas City Drexel Kansas City Garden City CATHERINE FLEMING Camden Point LUCY MAE SNOW ANNA FRANCES ROWLAND ALINE VVADDEL MERWIN BROWN NOVA KIMZEY ALMA W ORLEY Page 103 V Lamar Pleasant Hill Higginsoille Kansas City Roscoe Tipton 4 i e104 , V Q W 1,,mffA5' I : -. . 1 ., 1 i gi ,gi 1 .0 I -1 IKJ Nr! fx i pl' Page104 fit A TsU15'i5 i viii--1 Q ..,,. ,- X, v ,fy-V,. ,f.,."" 1 , , . , .4 ,,- ,V -5 . 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Hi Eff? 531i 2: 1 'fi uf Y rg gan: rim ', Q: if f' H ,g fi 5.-X4 ' 1 EM t vi iff ,fx , it-1 ips ff ..-i -,J 1,1 52 ts? fri Q-if in if' ii, 1 r ,Q if :W ng i i X 2,-.' il-5 5 5 l Y. L.-5 51 yu 'I sf., 1 L I .NX L N 1 H u 1 - 5 5 S 5 5 F 1 5 n, Ojicers and Non-Commissioned Ojicers of Hdg. Co. and Det. 35th Div. LT. GRAF LT. BEALS Ifdq. Co. and Det.351fh Division I 1 CAPTAIN FRED B. HOUSE Headquarters Co. and Det, 35th Division, llffissoiiri National Guard ! ' I I I v F ? E W i 1VfRS.VV. B. SMITH Honorary Captain Hg. Co. and Hg. Det. 35lh Division, Zllissonri National Guard FII ' I- III . Il?-I , IIII IIAII. , ,, I I-1' I If 1, 11 5115 Is II, VIII'-. Iv I I I'II ' III' , IIII3 I, It Im 'J III III-'I ,IIN II fI',4IV ' 'I 'III I' I I 'llx 777' :II 'III If .. If -IIT MII QIIIQ IIIII is I 512- IIIV illg I 5 I I I I If Z I I ' I I III ' I A I II - I I I',I'I I'! I I I? XI .I I I i Y W IE. I ,I I 3 LII I' IE QI I1I I 'QI I' I I I I I I I I I II I -1 ri. I I "1 I 5 . I I . I ,X 1'f II, ,,.. I , I fi I Il .,s 'I QI I - I 1 I I I - I MARY LUE HALL Most Popular Girl I if , 1 , I NYT' f I nj' f 7434 ' W' X ,ff Paw wx vrf 3211, 2351, ' " 'fzffff ,. ,gk-jg ,nf- i3':ff1' 'ff 1 , I -l' , 'z L, 2' P+: 1. XX I :xr ,XY ifvgw K Nr Aw 'Q 'Q WALLACE GRAHAM Popular Man .,n 4 ----- -- - - M f- - -' '.-,lf:.. 1,,h.d,ffd rrlf- M ,. -fp wx- MV Yiwrr X 3 ax, A TN Q ' ., Q TN A . 59' , xx P , '5i"': ' +139 A . x I A W r N . A N . X 1 f MARALE12 STILES May Queen W ,F l 17 fy ,Q ff , 1 2- .,.A Eg -e 2 3 ffl-W v iii" " gi 51 4 ug gli gs ! ,1 1 J i Q pw? L. ', 11' iiy ?'k .',' 5 5 1 X N P U , 'if 1 W3 1 1 --YY V E-sw 5 .1 XA. E, , N X3 M", Mx - N1 Xia. k K' - X 2 c-Q: X.-wg, .gm Q ' wfga XS ', ffffil C225 : 4 , K 7 Ji? , 1913 Q r 2' km N 4 X X Y 7' ff? ,ng x Ml if ff X fl f f s f f ' 5 f f H, j f 1753 V! ff fn L f X KA ' f V X Q Q f 7 j ff A f if 7 9 , 7 V ff 1 f"""!7 . fff M MARGARET RUSSELL Beauty Queen ' ,- v wif X f 7 ' SW, ,f 1 an 1 f ff! ff 7 1 1 if ff ,, 1 ,,,, 1 'V X X11 I f ff' dl ff' f W " l f 1 X 1 X xl 1, Aw.-,,4,,L,,2,,,,,,,, wfrpf---.fi ,,,:.---,-j-jf--ffjf-9?':-- ...W .kw, , ia., .,. .., in i f A N93 Xxx. aw 'fx : V N . by X vig if I E I CONCHITA SUPERVIA YASHA YUSHNY i Spanish Soprano Leader Bluebird Russian Revue i K 1 ! U 1 l X l i 1 r I 1 1 . 2 i r d WEINER AND DOUCET, Celebrated French Two-Piano Artisls ' ' . -vw 1- N N "THE YOUNGESTy' Q m Members of the Cast 1 HJERRY OF JERICHO ROAD" The Training-School Operelta Cast im , ' ...ailnm... Q ':: 'ik I fw 04212 4 se- ,,.', in U' 2 gm fi , , 1 7 3- -' z p , V 54 ,I ,',.f VL" .'UZ'::i2 milk: ' D S ' 1 fic 'mi ' Play Da . . . Thf Mule . . lwins . member . notawaite assistant . Sigs at Phi Kap The Tm Ifoma wif-53-1 Play Day and children The Warrerisburg Mule . . . Twiris and twins . . . a Faculty member . . . no hes riot a waiter but a Biology assistant . . . The Delta Sigs al play . . . two Phi Kap hoheys The Tri Sigs decorate for H omecomihg. WELS Hey Ioolazng lonesome Mr and Mrs Whztman and Jtmmze The Gym Campnsttes who work and those who don't . . .Outdoor Theatre . . . Alpha Slgs . . . Some people believe in tfwosomes. I 5 4 4 1 X i i i i 6 Z K I Phi Sig department limousine . Ilfr. Grah . . . The . . . lkfo Frank and fr I . X! 1, I fi ...,,,,, ,T i 5 I esome 'Vhilmah and Gym ark and those ztcioor Theatre Some vosomes Phz Srgs, models of campus deportment A Zuxumous lzmousme Dr Hendrzcles .M r Graham, Dr Phzllzps T he B14 smess Manager More Phe Szgs Frank and R011 s 7 if gr ii . "N QNX i qi ,If 'X MN 1. . ,., ,L W Q is m if W +I ' . Eh rf' - V4 V flip IM isa A ff? Q, I I ' PHT 4 , M r gf: N- 1 115: , L, ' LX V! 4 I 'h QU 1 Q W ,j 1,' 5 f fx rx , V 1 E' . 5- Y- H 1: ' . I 'H 4. -' Q fl , A -2 V x .f 2,-4' i I. ' 'H i ' XI' ' N . , 31 1, f , ' ,J 4, 2 rf 11. r ',- ,lx ,, W Ml' . gfrlr, iiiifl' W r WZW ' r h r will 1 hh r 3953 1 Wifi 1 Halls flip - rw' .-MA , W1 ' ' I ' - a Wa . . ' ' ' . Kilmer! ' I . . . . ' EMT ' I'1i, , gum - J , . . . , V f . N Wg, K - - - . , 4 I . . . 1 ' , ffl ' E " w-If l,j5,l r 5 W 11,1 1 351' l me MEF 3 4' ' ' fH."'. . , 1 ' "" A"' ' ' """ . I , V i Y X i 1 gl gil Dignijied Phi Sigs . . .Snapping out of il . . . Those scandalous fraternity parties . . . Power plant . . . Alphas . . . Thezfas al horne . . . Charlie and the Sig Tau ear-excuse us, one of the Sig Tau cars. 1 Proving lege life . rnernbers a building s out . . . li . . . and . . .Snapping ose scandalous , , Power . . Thetas at f and the Sig one of the Sig Proving the versatility of col- lege life . . . Dates . . . Staj members at work . , . the Ad building steps a favorite hang- out . . . hunters . . . rnusioians . . . and our own Gandhi. Cojee and saudwtches llffoderu means of loeomotzou Betzeve rt or not, even the Army washes The Beauty ueert gets a break The baby faculty member . . . Phi Sigs caught irt a graceful' pose. l 51 T ,4 1- ' h , 1 I v 'A 4 -ZWVY .Q wtiqigif f.:5fyq,, "' 'ff ' 4 .J:4,'..:1f ,,,gg,' '11, wfam --.. - ,v,,, sa- - 4.14-v"L:f' 'J I li 5 l i . , , .Modern 5'elieve it or not, , The Beauty 'he baby fawlfy :ht in cz graceful' . I PM I ' tl- V -1411 A-1f r V i. 7" W-W ,AQ , Qi ,ft , 9 A . ,wer ...rf-... ,., i - nqgzaa - 1 i:T""i"12"'7' it 1- '4 " A' ' A ' ,.,. :K if ,vi '- K-V K I M gage 'ni A -- ' f ff' Q i s,. Ff- , ,c U, QM, ,,,,.,,m. pg ' 'i A-Eff-so 'fA" 2 ' " """" " Demonstration ol physical Fitness and prowess. 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Dan Beals, weighing 195, standing 6 feet 1, was the best center in the con- lilp, ference. This is Dan's last year with the Mules and it will be extremely difficult ill to replace him with a man who can successfully fill his shoes as the main cog in UQ, the line. In 1929, Dan was named on the All-Conference team and this year lla l he was awarded the Co-Captaincy at the end of the season, , IM . . . , . 1,9 ll This is Coach T. C. Reid s ninth year at W'arrensburg. He came here from l K. U., his Alma Mater, where he was end coach. Previous to that he had played M Q three years in the Army, and while in France played with the 35th Engineers, ,Qs whose team won the championship. Coach Reid has turned out several cham- , 1 pions-hip teams in both football and track since he has been here. Kenneth Allmon, a third-year man from Smithville. He is 5 feet 11 and Mil weighs 165 pounds. Kenneth was one of the best back-field men in the confer- ilu . . . - . fri , ence. His love for the game and natural ability have made him one of C. M. Mg, ll S. T. C.'s stars. This year Kenneth was awarded the Co-Captaincy along with Beals, because of his ability in the back field. U51 il K gay? 247: W, , Wifi Qiese My y i f, Q.. f,: .f 511.3 Ex year w pounds Os He live Cl weighs success M. upon t- valuabl Fr by hart on botl ill ll I :xx l ,lid U ,lf ll 'll "1 ilgil lx, all ll ,l 1 will I ,V ll , I sill V 9 'lil rl Q, ' Fw ii ' tu W im l. - all 1.1 "ll 11 'ag ,lg A lf. Hill is film 'MU H1952 11.1.3 pill' .Til 5 lil T T iw. i QW! , n , 1 iw 1 , . is W1 1 Page 122 Page 123 . 9 .' 2 f Y I ' u A r in the con- nely difficult main cog in nd this year ne here from e had played h Engineers, everal cham- i feet 11 and n the confer- Jne of C. xy along Wlth 1 Page 122 ' 9 Everett Brenner, another North 1 Kansas City man, is playing his first year with exceptional ability. He is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 165 pounds. VVe expect Everett to be one of the main cogs in the back field next year. -Oscar CDutchj Strobel. "Dutch" weighs 190 pounds and stands 5 feet 11. He lives in Lexington. He is a powerful tackler' who really stops opposition. Charley Beals, a first-year man frorn North Kansas City, 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs 155 pounds. Charley is a fast, heady player. VVe look forward to his success next year. Marvin Hughes, a line-smasher of good ability who can usually be depended upon to make a gain. He weighs 172 pounds and stands 5 feet 10. He is a valuable interference man. 1 , - Frank Kirkpatrick, a deserving player who has really proved his mettle by hard, steady work. "Kirk" was always a sure and hard tackler. He is good on both offensive and defensive plays. Page 123 'L Q ,,. Q , 1 , 535 - , ..,a,.a,a-, . ,.ffZ:ffQ':iflff C -- .raag . l Ralph CRazzj Patterson proved to be a snappy little quarterback from Odessa, weighing 143 pounds, standing 5 feet 7. He possesses real ability and pep. He is fleet-footed and a wonderful broken-field runner. Russell Pearson, an all-round athlete from Rich Hill, playing with the squad his second year. "Russ" weighs 180 pounds, stands 6 feet 2, is a powerful passer, and his defensive ability makes him a valuable asset to the team. Curtis Ellis, another boy hailing from Lexington, weighing 155 pounds and standing 5 feet 11. This is Ellis' first year with the'Mules and he has already proven himself a valuable man. I Joe Qualls, a quiet but mighty player from Pleasant Hill. He is 6 feet tall and weighs 180 pounds-a man who gets down under punts plenty fast. Joe always plays a safe, conservative, reliable game at end. VVillie Sulser, a Harrisonville boy, weighing 215 pounds, standing 5 feet 7. He is playing his second year with the Mules and is one of gthe most powerful men on the squad. Gains are rarely made through Willie's guard. wig fffjfgw as-" r ' 1 Q. nf Kiss? W 1 if Q. N as wx ieifskrs if ix . gym, . 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Lyle standing through Eme weighs 21 his side o How although . weighing 1 Page 124 lx Page 125 ' ri.. . is w.1..s1. rback from ability and th the squad erful pas er pounds and has already 15 6 feet tall ty fast. joe ling 5 feet 7. .ost powerful Raymond CFl21Ck1CD Wfilder our fearless Sedalia Flackie weighing 160 pounds and standmff 5 feet 11 He knows hoxx to pick the holes he is always full of pepper he keeps up the team morale, and really hits the opposition The team loses a real man as this is Flackie s last year Emil Swat Vest a powerful man from Grandview He stands 5 feet 10 and weighs A15 pounds Swat IS a mighty man who always plays hard and with a clear head and who may be depended upon to fill his position like a true veteran Swat is another valuable man who has played his last year with the Mules Lyle Denny another boost from Harrisonville weighing 185 pounds and standing 6 feet He was real poison to all opposition and how he could knife through that line for tackles' Emery CSU Perkins a big man from North Kansas City He is 6 feet 4 and weighs 215 pounds. VVhen S1 worked there was little ground gained through his side of the line. , Hovs ard Nicholsen CNickj. Nick proved to be a mighty cog in our line although he is playing. his first year. Nick is our big threat from Indiana weighing 210 pounds and standing 5- feet 11. E E Page 124 Page 125 ' ' 1. '-f 31:21.1- J--3231. H -, i, ailifiil .-1 :Wg 13 1 1 will rw V, THE MULE FOOTBALL TEAM FINISHED THE 1931 SEASON IN FOURTH PLACE IN THE M. I. A. A. HE Mules started the season by playing the Missouri Valley Vikings and lost the game 7 to 0. The next week the squad went to Fayette to play the hard-hitting Central Eagles and met defeat. , Playing Ottawa before the home crowd the Mules got within five yards of scoring several times, but lacked the required punch to put the ball over and lost 7 to 0. In the game with Kemper, before the home crowd, the Mules went on a scoring spree and amassed a total of 59 points while Kemper' got none. THE SEASON RECORD .Mules Opponents Ivfules Opponents Missouri Valley 0 7 VVentworth Military Central . .. - 0 18 Academy . . 13 0 Ottawa . 0 7 Springfield . . 14 19 Kirksville . 6 - 19 I Maryville . . 0 12 Kemper . . . 59 0 VVilliam Jewell . 0 6 Cape Girardeau . 6 0 William Jewell . . 0 6 The Mules continued to score when they went to Cape Girardeau and won the game 6 to 0. The next week they still continued to win when they beat Went- worth 13 to O. Playing before the home crowd the Mules scored 14 points against Springfield in the first half but at the start of the last half it began to rain and the Mule machine failed to click and Springfield won 19 to 14. The game with Maryville was played with a light snow on the field which made it very sloppy. Maryville won 12 to 0. Two post-season games were scheduled with William Jewell. One was played at Liberty and the other at Vlfarrensburg. Jewell won the first game with a touchdown in the last minute of play and won the second game with a touchdown in the first part of the second half. J The Mules played several games in the mud and the team could not function properly under such a handicap. Page126 pg In l . LHED tx I ikings and :0 play the re yards of 'er and lost Went Oli 21 C. as Opponents 3 0 4 19 0 12 , 0 6 0 6 au and won fbeat VVent- t Springfgeld 1d the Mule 2 field which . One was e first game game with a not functmon pu M A 441 ,riff FX 5 ,.-ffih-.Q :Eff 213.2 " E 2 5 2 3 :K E E E E 2 S E E E S S E Z E E E E ,L 25 3 L f n 4 f P - 1 if " ff? 'I 1 1 .ff 'fa V 'v E. 2- ,,., 4 IZ! ' f Page 126 page127 -V ' f . .-me f V12 , A: ' ljllllflllfffffliii 5 -HN ...ali 1 V Q 1 lui Exe? W 1 4 +I Ill i I i 4 i 1 I 4 I 1 1 l W 5 l I .i, l i el l I ll Charles Childress of Archie, Missouri, was chosen Captain of the 1932 Basket Ball Team at the close of the season. Although playing with a last-place team, Childress caged 59 points to Win second place in individual scoring in the M. I. A. A., and proved to be the Mules' high scorer in nearly every game. Largely through his ability to score and also because he was evidently the most powerful cog in the Mule offense, Childress was for the second consecutive year placed on the M. I. A. A. All-Star team. Childress was also elected captain of the track team in the spring of 1931. Mr. Settle is a graduate of the Kirksville Teachers College and has had several years' experience as a high school coach. He received his Master's degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, after which he became Associate Professor of Physical Education at C. M. S. T. C. Mr. Settle directed intra- mural athletics in the College, which in the past year proved to be a new and interesting feature in the institution's athletic program. Page 128 w Zffwcnz ,, ,f 41,4 . ,yfk 03.2 WW QQMQ ff W f W ,C V ZW V :MIT -,mi Www ' Ziff mf fi .. . fi, g i X lg , W, , , , LJ W MLW' . nf -WH. -W4 1.74715 Mfifff sf . Aziz f .-,af QMWQJ! ' fiwlw if if-'19, , . , QW! ' . gk EM center l backboz more ye ELI sistent s defense. RU He play will be l JAY ease. I- RAI college l Court. i Page 129 f the 1932 1 last-place ,ring in the .fery game. y the most cutive year captain of id has had ter's degree e Associate acted intra- a new and Page 128 FT: A 7 EMORY PERKINSQHPCFRH was the largest man of the squad. Playing at center he had little trouble controlling the tip-off and getting the ball off the backboard. Perk's presence added much strength to the team. He has one more year with the Mules, ' ELBERT SHORESiSl'101'6S was another Freshman who made good. His con- sistent scoring and hard fighting made him a Valuable man both on offense and defense. We expect Shores to make a name for himself next year. RUSSELL PEARSON-This was 'fRusty's" second year on the Mule quintet. He played a steady game at center and followed the ball all the time. Rusty will be back next year. - JAY MCCORMACIi'M3C played a good floor game and handled the ball with ease. His work under the basket was especially feared by his opponents. RALPH Dow-f'Stub" was another Freshman that showed his ability to play college basket ball. Dow played guard and was a dangerous shot from mid- court. Page 129 CHARLES FAIRCHILD-This was Charley's first try at college basket ball. He was a fast and a deceptive player. Although Charles played guard, he con- tributed his share of baskets, and was the only Warrensburg boy playing onthe Mule quintet. ' RAYMOND WILDER-This was "Flackie's" fourth year as a Mule. He was a guard who could take care of his man at all times. His tight and determination made him popular with the spectators. We are sorry to lose him. FRANK KIRKPATRICK-Late in the season "Kirk" showed his ability to play college basket ball. He was a good shot, played a clever floor game and always played steady basket ball. Kirk will be back next year. MERWIN BROWVN'1BI'OWI'1 was a Freshman from' Northeast High School of Kansas City, and played a fine, steady game at center. He perfected a queer shot that dazzled his opponents, and was undoubtedly the most improved player on the team by the end of the season. l CURTIS ELLIS-Curtis was Captain-elect at Vlfentworth this year, but pre- ferred playing basket ball with the Mules. He played a good steady game at guard and could be depended on to take care of his man. l Page 130 l Page 131 Jasket ball. lrd, he con- ying on the He was a termination ility to 'pl ay and always jh School of ted a queer 'oved player ar, but pre- dy game at Page 130 ,.,:gZ1-.1-avg ,.f..- 1- JJ: Z 1931 TRACK SEASON HE 1931 edition of the Vlfarrensburg Track Team was forced to compete with the classiest talentever before displayed in the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and considering the nature of the competition they did very well. The season opened with an indoor meet in Brewer field house at the Uni- versity of Missouri, in which all the Colleges of Missouri participated. VVarrens- burg was unable to win a iirst place but placed in several events. One week later the squad returned to Columbia for the Missouri Intercol- legiate Athletic Association indoor track and held meet, and in this meet the Mules placed third in team scoring. The showing was especially good in the eyes of Coach Reid, as the squad was composed of first-year men almost entirely, The third meet on the Mule schedule was a triangular affair at Marshall between Central College of Fayette, Missouri Valley College of Marshall, and Xvarrensburg. Scoring heavily in the sprints and in all the field events we managed to pile up a lead which Central was unable to overcome, and the latter team placed second with Missouri Valley third. The climaxqof the season occurred when we invaded the lair of the Cape Girardeau Indians in Southeast Missouri, where the annual outdoor Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association track and field meet was held in their new stadium. The preliminaries were run off on Friday morning and the finals under the floodlights the night of the same day. Our showing was not so good as ex- pected and we finished fourth. The Kirksville Teachers won the title for the second consecutive year, with Springfield finishing second. Our outstanding performer undoubtedly was Charles Childress, who set new records in both the indoor and outdoor M. I. A. A. meets in the pole vault. He also placed second in the shotput and javelin in several meets, and along with Maurice Neale, Freshman broad jumper, was our only consistent first-place winner. i Coach Tad Reid and Glenn Snider, Student Manager of Athletics, accom- panied the team on all of their trips. - Page 132 I l llllilf Page 133 Q3 .H-.. " ' " 1 k -h-f -f... A + compete 'collegiate V did Very 1 the Uni- XVarrens- l Intercol- the Mules he eyes of ly. L Q Marshall rshall, and events We the latter ' the Cape r Missouri their new .nals under good as ex- tle for the 'ho set new vault. He along with first-place 3,CCO1T1- -ii-,M V- 4 ,W VA-.i.,,l , PZAA WA ,AY ivugk W mmm llllllllllllllmlllll Illl llllll lllll H ll llllllIIllIllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllxlllllllllym mu l Q n Y F l I 1 Page 132 W page 133 ,:: "' l Miss LOUISE lVlARTIN R B N Head of the Women's Physical ACHEL RENNEISE Education Department, is re- sponsible for its growth by her ability, and ent-husiam which enters into everything that she undertakes. President of W. A. A., and a major in Physical Education, has made a very competent president. She strives 'to make each event sponsored by the W. A. A. a greater success than the preceding one. 1 E As an annual project, KN. A. A. sponsors a Play Day for all High Schools in this College district. The motto of the Play Day is "Play for Play's Sake," and the aim is for everyone attending to have a good time. Visitors were entertained with a demonstration of Archery by members of KN. A. A. Page 134 I Af by Ma sponso coache all pra Smith at Volli At the er These te. Manager Page 135 ' ""'r'fr:- X: l NEISEN A. A., and a , Education, 1 competent ives'to make Jred by the success than l gh Schools in 's Sake," and entertained Page 134 fgg-6 1 Qu - Q 'F lf-f JKYT ' " B+-- .K ..fj. ,LQRXW :s1:n,-.kv-,- , -vaio, 5 After six weeks of practice, a Basket Ball tournament was held and was won by Margaret Smith's team. Basket Ball is offered as an extra-curricular activity sponsored by the lK7omen's Athletic Association. The Basket Ball teams were coached hy Miss Mildred Vtfright. Marjory Doutt, Manager, was in charge of all practices. The captains of the three teams were Norene Babylon, Margaret Smith and Rachel Brenneisen. I l Volley Ball practices were held during the last six weeks of the winter term. At the end of the practice season teams were selected to play in the tournament. 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President HALINE SECHREST . . . Vice-President ELIZABETH DANIELS . . Corresponding Secretary FREDA TURNER . . Recording Secretary SHIRLEY HULSE . . . . , Treasurer LUCILLE BURLINGAME . . . Chaplain VIRGINIA DAVIS . . . Historian JEWELI. ADAMS ....... Sergeant Page I Page 1 43 GLASPEY EYS ent ent My Wy 1'e1' lin ian ant .-,X-W X 45a ,gf ff Page 142 -f-wrmy.-1. hz Y: f':-- :-1 vi- . .'- 5:-21' DELTA SIGM EPSILO 2-'sqm Iiif l I ' I Z I 3 I I i 1 i I Page .-F,:-?1- . , MARR IHRIG HIGGINS ADAMS VAN HOY BRXJANT BURLINGAME DAVIS SARTIN STARKEY DANIEL COOK DEI1-IL HUTSON BALDXVIN HULSE TURNER SECHREST KLUTZ RUFFIN XVERLING TI-IIELMAN ' a I r Av! IJ ' FI ,Q in sift! I1-1:9 Fmt! '. I N rl! H MII: Ng, , viii I NIUEJ i51'11IT Els, I I I-1 5 2' 35 Q slmf, Iiyqy SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Founded at Farmv1lle, Vlfglnla 1898 Faculty Advisor Honorary Mernber MISS GLADYS Goss MRS E. L. IfIENDRICKS MRS EARL FOSTER MRS. FRANK MAYES MRS E N JOHNSON MRS JAMES S ANDERSON MRS. T. E. CHEATHAM MRS MARCUS YOUNGS MRS A A LOBBEN MRS.J. H. CHRISTOPHER MISS MARIE TODD MISS FRANCES KROHN MRS MRS. MRS. MRS MRS. MARALEE STILES . President MARY ROTHWELL Vice-President ANNA DEE MATLOCK Recording Secretary PAULINE SHORT Corresponding Secretary JANICE COLLINS . Treasurer DIXIE PAYE GRIEFITH . . Sentinel MARY LUE HALI Triangle Correspondent I STILE KROH GRIF VI In VICCI e145 L 1 . o oieg 1 1 V,A, 5 . 4 I ' V l".- IX A 'I . . I - 4 ' 1 . . - i T 31' ' LCKS MAYES :HEATHAM IIRISTOPHER I IAGEMEYER GILBERT I MOORE SMISER SHARP ient ient Eary tary :wer mel ient 1 I Y Y I I Page 144 . A .Af SIGMA SIGMA SIGM STILES SMITH ROBERTS RILEY ROTI-IWELL KROI-IN POPPLEXVELL N. TODD COLLINS NIATLOCK GRIFFITH V. CARR DRAKE G. CARR NIATTINGLY M. IDOL SHORT F. IDOL JONES KNIPSCHILD MCCUTCHEON EICHMAN ORBIN GIBBS IVIEYER GOODXVILLIE 'D. TODD BLAIR HALL KELLETT CONSOLVER FISHER Page 145 I 4 I 1 I 1 THETA SIGMA UPSILONF . Et I I ff. .6 A item? il fi? 1. .. an I "5 .557 : 1 ' " ' 'ikh .v-4'-.FT fb - ' Q 1 S .1 Founded at Emporia, Kansas, 1921 Nu Chapter Installed 1929 Faculty Advisor MISS N ELLE BUDDEMEYER Patrons and Patronesses MR. GEORGE E. HOOVER MRS. F. W. CALVERT PROF. PAUL R. UTT MRS. C. B. HUDSON MRS. JESSE J. CULP MRS. ALBERT OWINGS Faculty Members MISS NORA HACKLEY MISS MARQIORIE MURRAY Faculty Friends MISSLOUISE SCHOEN MISS LOUISE MARTIN MISS OLIVE BROWN MISS DELTA NEVILLE A OFFICERS MARTHA LOUISE ROSELLE . . . . . President MARGIE DUNN . . Vice-President MARGARET SMITH . Secretary MARGARET CULP Treasurer JANIS DEAN . . Editor ' ' 'I .Fi 11191 JJ' 'V mm? I s,.,I I 1 .1f5',.Lfe'.' I... ..-I -1 mfg. 1:2 H1541 .fu i, bt ...I I A 1 - , ng T, :-5 .M ,. . I Page 146 N . Page I -I -' VA ,,..,n. -A....fI,.h. Q..-,. -I-ya 35:e'+-,55g: J . - 'Z Q if-. S RRA Y N E Ent nt 73' 'er 01' THET SIGMA UPSILQ N E KT L Ng: .. 4, MEM? fx .41 'if tw! 'iz 1 MU . ,l f uw, 1A yd Y' ' H2 ffl wwf ' wi ry fiw 'W Q P Wx i I 5 gi 1 i E 1 . A J M 'RL V .N 11 H U1 if ,. wx 4 ., 1 '- 1 ' ' ' , L' . H E i H H. ,W ,,..,.L. , E A U ? 1 U: wp we E ROSELLE DUNN 5 gg Ei 33 ' SMITH CULP OT'ro HOOVER HERNDON SHOOP DEAN HART Ross LOWE MARE HACKLER 5 5 li F452 I , 1, Q, w 1 ii Q3 fjri I N N E f 1 I Page 146 ' Page 147 ' Q 1 H , 'E . , ,,,.,. I a f L umi' , 11' . W , , .A V 1 'I 'Q w H J, ,c li ,. F r Qu Vi " 1 ,. . . . I - fiiiiz rV1 I ' wine-1 1- .rlaf Q,-L, .1.1, I-V -' QJEVI .... V ras 15, 1 . if 5 mmf.: r. I Qi Fi ' 1 ii !.Q3f.I Iwi H ,zygf i vi Ji:- .. .I ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA .-I 9000 L'-5 2 if W?-W . mms? Founded at Farmville, Virginia, 1901 Zeta Zeta Chapter Installed 1919 Sponsor MRS. MAUDE NATTINGER Patronesses MRS. N. M. BRADLEY MISS JULIA HATZ MRS. THEODORE SHOCK MISS LUCY BALL ' MRS. WALTER MORROW MRS. A. L. STEVENSON MISS RUTH FITZGERALD ' MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. . . I Sorores in Urbe MARION ZACHARY MRS. ADOLPH TAUBERT MRS. H. PALMOUR GREER MARION PARKER MRS. H. H. RUSSELL, JR. MRS. LUTHER HUNT R. M. WARNICK MRS. OTTO HEBERLING MRS. KENNETH ROBISON BENTON SUMMERS MRS. LESLIE MCMEEKIN OFFICER RACHEL BRENNEISEN ....... President MARY LOUISE GALLEMORE . . U . . , Vice-President MILDRED HANTHORN . . . Corresponding Secretary EUGENIA LAND . . Recording Secretary KATHRYN SHORTRIDGE . . . . Treasurer VIRGINIA BROWN . , Registrar KATHRYN VAN METER . . Chaplain DORIS JOHNSON ........ Editor I Page 148 l , . A WY...- 1 Page 149 - ,LA-.ai -V AQ. , - Ali- :+,.1"'- g f, 3' - f, E SHOCK ,VENSON NDRICKS PUR GREER HUNT I ROBISON ICMEEKIN Kent ' lent ary ary wer Wav' ain itor rig LQHA SIGMA ALPH 1 J , 1 : I L 2 x 3 BRENNEISEN BENNET GALLIMORE LAND MARQUIS ' VVATTS JOHNSON VAN M E1-ER SCHOOLEY BROXVN, KUEKER SHORTRIDOE DOOLEY GRAY V A X HAN1-HORN BROYLES HUSSMAN BAILEY JGALLOWAY Pa e149 Page 148 g .. ,.. P6-xf ,- f I f - . ,J 5 5 I Q , I gag 4 3 as S E .5 r 1,41 wi. I I4 mls I ,. f N, 'f PHI SIGMA EPSILON N00 A 2 l I DR. MR MR: MR E Z-w me 5 wmv? Founded at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas Iota Chapter Installed May 7, 1931 Facnliy Advisor 5 MR. C. J. ANDERSON Sponsors E. A. COLLINS DR. J. H.rScARBoROUOH Faculty Members .rC. FQMARTIN DR. O. A. MARTI CASKEY SETTLES DR. G. W. STEVENS . R. F. WOOD MR. WILLIAM JOHNSON CHAPTER OFFICERS FRANK KERCHEVAL ..,.... President IRVIN LAUGHLIN . Vice-President CHARLES LEE GATES . A . Secretary CHARLES W. GIBSON . . Treasurer RALPH SELLENSCHUTTER - . . Conductor FRANK KIRKPATRICK . . . Historian WALTER T. MALLOY . House Manager Page 1 so l 1 I KERCI POLLO BLISS HAY BLACK NIXON Page I 51 ,, I flu... A PHI SIGMA EPSILO EIS i ZOUGH JS 1 NSON mt T mt L ary ref tor an ger . 1 - .A ...L W . in ,V . 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HENDRICKS OT1s TRUSKETT JOHN VANHOY CHAPTER OFFICERS W. B. SMITH ........ President PERRY GIBBS . A ...... Vice-President DEAN JOHNSON . E . . . Recording Secretary T. O,HARA FAGAN . . Corresponding Secretary GROVER SMITH . . .... Treasurer FRED L. TIMBERLAKE . . . . Chaplain GLENN SNIDER . . .... Historian I W. F. LYNCH ...... House Superintendent I Page 152 W u 4 l l DAVIE: DANIE: OGLE JoHNsc LYNCH Page 153 -rf-5 5 G g. :sum -I I T f . ,LSL L-Il rr 3?zSh4.:4g.iZ..L....."':.i1 S. an-afQie'fr 0 EAD IORROVV IHN VANHOY ient ient taiy tary mer lain dan dent Page 152 ' nf. SIGM T U AMMA v Page W, B. SMITH DAVIES DANIELSON OGLE JOHNSON LYNCH 153 GALDFELTER SNIDER E. SMITH FAGAN WEISS M. WILLIAMS GRACE G. SMITH SALSBURY CARSON PETERS PRUESS GIBBS MORRIS BEDSAUL NIARTIN ' HAINES HUGHES BEALS BRANDON TIMBERLAKE BIELIN LANDIS W. WILLIAMS XVOUREE BROXVN HINKLE BODENHAMER yr' ,y 1. l E li l. ,lili li l l il Fl iii la f '1 l 1 'l . ll ii l l lil in l . ml 1 v, li E J? ri. 4, ll' ill i ,L 1 will iii YU . W f r-lf lf ,,f , la i ,ll 1 il! 'il il Pl 4 , 4 i l l l ,. -, 1 1' tl " ,ill Wi H l, l rpg ll. H ,V lwlli gil ,lil .ll I it El il la li ,' V 1 l l , v i ye il il I if l li I 2 1 l ru l lil l il 1, i a ,U . alll ' liiilll li PM ll wal, l El l will l i. l lliiil 'ew' :itil wig, 1.11. itil it ,mi wi: w.: 'ill N, Uv, Mil it' I. 4: 'tit' be . 3 i Z 1,1 ji I PANHELLENIC OFFICERS MARALEE STILES, Sigma Sigma Sigma . ' . . . President RACI-IEL BRENNEISEN, Alpha Sigma Alpha . . Recording Secretory MAXINE TUCKER, Pi Kappa Sigma . . . Corresponding Secretary KATHRYN MARR, Delta Sigma Epsilon ..... Treasurer Miss BUDDEMEYER, Theta Sigma Upsilon . . Sponsor ANHELLENIC is a council composed of representatives from each of the five national educational sororities on the campus-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pi Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Theta Sigma Upsilon. ,Each sorority is allowed two representatives, the president and an underclassman. The object of the local Panhellenic is to regulate rush rules, pledging and similar matters pertaining to sorority life on the campus. The council develops a spirit of co-operation, promotes an interest in the activities of the several sororities and furthers a better understanding among them. The five educational sororities gave a Panhellenic program dance April 2, 1932, in the Dockery Gymnasium. All the sororities agreed to have this dance as a substitute for the formal dances previously given by each sorority. It was decided not to make the Panhellenic dance an annual affair. Each sorority was represented by one member serving on the following committees: Invitation committee, orchestra committee, decorationcommittee, and the general prepara- tion committee. t The dance was quite a success and every one who attended had an enjoy- able evening. There was a marked spirit of fellowship and co-operation in this unusual event, an all sorority formal. STILES VANMETER MARR TUCKER PADGETT ROSELLE SHORT DUNN Secmuzsr BRENNEISEN Page 154 11 there on tt fall o HI11 Henc groui r whicl 193 1, now l presei 'I the tx matte Mr. J tion is are W F rank ii 3 , or-1 Page I 55 if - -d. 6!Q l A INTER-FRATERNITY coUNc1L ,iq 1 A OFFICERS 3,1 A .d t A W. B. SMITH .,....,, Secretary if J L en . CLARENCE HEY ....... Treasurer 1' :cretary 4 , ' l J E. L. ........ ' .' i i' Secretary I JACOBS Chairman 1 1 1 ffl Tfeasuyef' ' Q , HE Inter-Fraternity Council is the official fraternity regulatory organiza- , Sponsor ' li' tion composed of members from each fraternity. For a number of years ' li , there was no such organization because only one social fraternity was represented ' 1 on the campus. With the organization of the Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity in the H each of the it fall of 1929 there immediately arose a need for some official relationship between 1 l Sigma, Alpha i it and the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. In the spring of 1930, President E. L. lgma Upsllon' 1 Hendricks provided for this need by appointing Mr. E. L. Jacobs chairman of a iii nderclassman. 1 1 group composed of three members from each fraternityj pledging and 1 The first task that confronted them was the drawing up of a constitution which was done immediatelv This constitution was used until the spring of 1931 when the representatives of Sigma Tau Gamma and Phi Kappa Alpha now Phi Sigma Epsilon revised the constitution This revision is in use at the dance April 2 present time e this dance as oritv It was h sorority WaS Invitation neral prepara uncil developS of the several The purpose of the organization is to promote a better understanding between the two groups It regulates rush week dates eligibility requirements and all matters pertaining to the interests of both fraternities Meetings are called by Mr Jacobs whenever the need arises and much of the success of the organiza tion is due to Mr Jacobs careful handling and supervision The representatives are W B Smith Perry Gibbs and VV T Lynch of Sigma Tau Gamma and had an enjoy Frank Kercheval Everett Hannan and Clarence Hey of Phi Sigma Epsilon aeration in tl11S KERCHEVAL JAcoBs W B SWIITH GIBBS LY-,ICH HEY HANNAN PADGETT BRENNEISEN P 154 Page I 55 7' S.. I S 4 1 l Q ig, ww 1' 'rv N , '1 HM .121- fl,, 'kv IU' Mvi, Uri QUI. 41135 ' my l'! wi l Vw' "H 'ii 9 Page 156 Page 157 KY' I v IIUIIFTILIMG YVIDIIPTIDSSS i 1 ns .E S -. 2 2 FS .2 - - Z 5' 5 5 : Ei E 3 5- 1 E I f N 1 i I f I 1 1 ,,.-ff tx? '- -Q-- Q,...llY Ai.. E 1 Z 5 Z 2 .- -- 1 - 1 - THE 1932 RHETOR W. E. MORROW ..... A . . Faoittty Advisor IRVIN LAUGHLIN . . . Editor-in-Chief , CHARLES W. GIBSON . . . Business Manager DOROTHY MCCUTCHEON . Literary Editor RACHEL BRENNEISEN . . Treasurer VIRGINIA DAVIS . . Secretary HALINE SECHREST ' . Stenographer WALLACE GRAHAM . . Athletic Editor ORA LEE HART . . . Art Editor MARY DORRANCE , . Assistant Art Editor GLEN SNIDER . Advertising Manager VVILLIAM BLISS . -. Assistant HE twenty-seventh volume of the Rhetor has been edited by the Senior Class of Central Missouri State Teachers College with the hope of preserving for the students of the College some of those fleeting memories of campus life. In years to come the terms of "The Congress of Vienna," the conjugation of a French verb, and the theory of ionization may be forgotten, but we hope that this book will help to preserve the bitter and the sweet memories of each year's activi- ties of the campus A However, we hope that the 1932 Rhetor is more than a mere record of the year's happenings. We hope that we have preserved for the reader the spirit and life of his college days. We trust that we have placed something enduring between the covers of this book. Modern Achievement is the theme of our yearbook. To all who have achieved and are achieving their goals in Central Missouri State Teachers College this book will be, we hope, a chronicle of those achievements. If the spirit and ideals of this book are apparent to the reader, we, the Rhetor Staff of 1932, will feel that we have not lived and labored in the Rhetor Office in vain. And when we say labor, we mean labor. The staff started out on the editing of this yearbook with the enthusiasm and esctasy of the newly initiated into the ranks of the literary intelligentsia. This 1932 Rhetor was going to be the best Rhetor ever published. All-American Honor Rating was assured. That, as we said, was at first. Time passed and the book grew in pages and pictures. With frayed tempers and hoarse voices the staff worked on-the monotony being broken by occasional caustic comments hurled, by Editor-in-Chief Laughlin in the general direction of the underlings. The 'underlings in their turn rebelledg Busi- ness Manager Gibson "left to go to Knueppelsf' our typist "couldn't work that day because she had company from St. Louis coming." The energetic Literary Editor had to go home and take a nap. At times we wondered why some mem- bers of the "Rhetor Staff" were so designatedg we could never find them when we wanted them, and the book would never be finished-but what is the old gag about the long lane having no turning? At last the proof was all in. Again, we felt that it was a good. old world and that without doubt we had done our task to the best of our ability. Page 158 l. Page 159 ,V :tw Y I taxa-mm.: Y 1 ! . -QT, Qflafr.-1--'ff -if 2' .a.A..,:-rw-- " ' " ' - ' " 1-' ...Q ' "W 'fr ---2---14 -f-.-feeif?. f- ' 1:-1.3 J-A:y.,.v' 'YEQLQ 'JL ,lipj-313' air-g.!i. lvisor Chief riager Editor esurer 'egfary zpher Editor Editor Editor ringer istant f the Senior rf preserving campus life. ugation of a ope that this fear's activi- 'ecord bf the er the spirit ing enduring il, who have :hers College he spirit and of 1932, will n the editing ated into the 3 be the best That, as we ztures. VV ith aotony being rughlin in the ebelledg Busi- n't Work that getic Literary y some rnern- d them when is the old gag 1. Again, we ne our task to Page 158 X RHETOR Sf' FF i I Page LAUGHUN Momzow GIBSON MCCUTCHEON ' GRAHAM DORRANCE Buss DAVIS HART SECHREST BIQENNEISEN SNIDER ' N x , I w r P W U KN 45 Q' . , 1, 5 1 1 i 1 il! wi iw ' 1 U ! -I VE Wi," ' 'L.l - wp, Jw! MW' wlf, QW W W .ifiifui E T' Wi iw FH H ' AN fill 315 W 1,1 115' ,W M will UM! W iii' gi Nl, -M11 F Q22 I HY 11419 Wig? 5 W M 1 5 I g1'I 5 i , y.Ij' 311 1 pl W ,N '1 1 1 E4 f My A wi ' VH: 1 ENV 1 SLM N W 'NH , Mimi ' M W QWI ' rl' , VV l ,ME X "H ,s l um' wg ww: :ily 2 113 ,I Mg win' 3 i':I Qs li-A 5' M 1 :W gg! fl Qi Egg 51 1411 V N 3 Qglieqll cf ' :high X, THE STUDE ' HIS year marks the forty-sixth year of publica- tion of The Student. In 1885, the Crescent Society of the old Normal School edited the first school publication. A few years later, students of the Normal School published the paper under the name of The Normal Review. Since 1917, the publication has been known as The Student and has been edited -, by students of Central Missouri State Teach ers College. Forty-six years ago, the students had a vision of founding a paper to be the mouthpiece of the student body and to record their activities. The purpose is T much the same today. The ambition of The Student 1 staff is not only to reflect student life as told by the 1 students themselves, but to bring the students into ' I a closer contact with the faculty and with the stand- I ards of the College. QQ' The Student supports any campaign which will be of beneiit to Central Missouri State Teachers College. Student comment through the pages of the if paper is invited5 providing that comment is based on the fxrst two premises of f' good newspaper method-thorough investigation of facts and carefulness of statement. 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W, .. f , , A ,M ,f an ,wdwffi ig f A1 A. an A. 1. A 4 f Page 160 wr , ,, ,, 1 El l l l ll l l 1.---4 KY ,' ,nf ,slr X-f-.-..... A SvlIl3llllll2llllIl lIlID WMIIIIN Page 161 : - g E E E E 5 -1 l E 5 E : X x. In X0 -k mls ill' mea ' ' 1 .. A ,. 5':E"1"3tL::"' Mxiq' f x'-2"Z :D-1 Ill 'rl V 13? U51 lllll Es? lil 'J I HL r,f 1,1 Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS I HERBERT KELSO . . President , ROBERT BREON . . Treasurer CLARENCE WILLIAMS Vice-President CLARENCE MADORIE . Secretary MAURICE NEALE .... Chaplain CHAIRM EN OF COM M ITTEES LLOYD SCHNUCK ....... Employment WILLIAM ROBB . . Pnblicity I FRANK KIRKPATRICK . Devotional STANELY TILLER . . Program FRANK KER.CHEVAL . . Scholastic EZRA GRACE . . Social GLEN SNIDER ........ Athletic HE Y. M. C. A. at Central Missouri State Teachers College was reorganized October 6, 1931, with the assistance of Dr. Hendricks, Mr. Leslie Eichel- berger, State anqd Field Student Secretary of the Missouri State Committee, and Mr. Paul Darby, President of the Student Association at Springfield, Missouri. The old constitution was revised and accepted and the purpose of the national Y. M. C. A. was adopted. During the fall term the Y. M. C. A. Co-operated with the Y. VV. C. A. in sponsoring an all-school "Play Party" in the hall of the Administration Building. Over two hundred students took part in the busy program of games and relays. Mr. H. H. Horne, State Secretary of the Young Men-'s Christian Association of Missouri took charge as master of ceremonies. The party was so successful that it was agreed to sponsor more of them during the year. KELSO ROBB i KERCHEVAL GRACE YVILLIAMS SNIDER SCHNUCK TILLER NIADORIE BREON 3. li R I Page 162 li MARTI VERA ' HE Zati bers, th. and the of the f Associat to live a Thi The loved fo mote the i L ROSELL M CVEIK Page 163 if F xi: ' W '--x.-.,.- --P...-.,.. ..s..a.u..s . f I ii -,,Q... 1 A 9 Treasurer Secretary ent ity vial am :tic tial 2l'LC reorganized eslie Eichel- imittee, and d, Missouri. the national W. C. A. in on Building. s and relays- ssociation of so successful Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS MARTHA LOUISE ROSELLE fresident BERNICE MCVEIGH . . Secretary VER-A W. ROMBACH . Vice-President LULA MAE POLLOCK . Treasurer CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES DOROTHY BERRY ...... MARGARET CULP . Music Chairman MARGIE DUNN FRANCES DAGG RUTH WALKER VERNA OTT Program Chairman . . Social Chairman Advertising Chairman '. Religious Chairman . . Room Chairman HE Young VVomen's Christian Association of C. M. S. T. C. is an organi- zation whose purpose is the development of Christian 'character in its mem- bers, the uniting of all the young women of thebinstitution in Christian fellowship and the training for a creative life. Any woman of the college may be a member of the Association provided that she is in sympathy with the purpose of the Association and that she makes the followingdeclaration: "It is my purpose to live as a true follower of the Lord jesus Christ."r g This National Organization has been active on the' campus for many years. The members' hearts were heavy with sorrow because of the death of their loved former sponsor, Miss Laura Runyon. Her followers will work on to pro- mote the high ideals and standards of life she set before them. W MS RosELLE DUNN I BERRY WALKER ROMBACH LLIAi BLEON BJCVEIGH DAGG CULP PoLLocK OTT Page 162 Page 163 ZgQQQi.,-L1i 1 . -A K ,..a,.g.,.: ips .- .,.... T.. , 7 "W" CLUB oFE1cERs g EMIL VEST . . . . . . President , KENNETH ALLMAN . Vice-President WALLACE GRAHAM A . Secretary EVERAL factors contributed to the organization of the "VV" Club of Central Missouri State Teachers College. A general feeling prevailed among a large majority of the men who had won the coveted "VV" that some kind of organization was needed in order to promote a fraternal spirit among the "VV" men, to make the possession of a letter mean more than it otherwise could, to engender a pride in the possession of the same, to continue the bond of fellow- ship among those who have worked and played together on the athletic field, to cultivate the finest spirit of sportsmanship in all forms of athletics, to foster genuine school spirit, to champion ideals of fairness in all the fields of activities, and to create a closer union with the Alma Mater. ' This Club was first organized February 17, 1921, under the name of the Emblem Club, for those men on the campus who have earned their letter by sufficient work in football, basket ball or track. In january, 1927, the name was changed to the present one, but the qualifications for membership and the general purpose remained the same. Although the Club isprimarily an athletic organi- zation, the "VV" men may be depended upon to loyally support any movement that is for the best interest of the college. At the present time the Club is com- posed of many members, scattered throughout the United States. Three years ago the athletic board instituted the policy of student assistance in athletic control. The position is intended for students who for some reason cannot participate actively in college athletics and the qualifications for scholar- ship, personality and ability are high. Glenn Snider of Independence, Missouri, was appointed as the first athletic manager. Snider graduates this spring after serving capably in this capacity for three years. , - The members who are not in college are constantly trying to persuade good students to come to their Alma Materg students who will uphold the record of the institution in athletics. it The real work of the Club will be accomplished when the idea of fair play is established out in the field by these absent "VV" men. 'The "W" men are able to exertquite an influence in the college because they are so well known due to their participation in the intercollegiate sports. The most popular man, as a rule, isa member of the "VV" Club. Many of the offices and positions of honor have been held by the "VV" men in the past. Other "VV" men have brought recognition to their Alma Mater through their ac- complishments: the Decathlon winner of 1927 was one of these. Page I 64 V EST NICHC PEARS HARR1 KXRKP l """X?M ent . Tent 973' Ib of Central ed among a ome kind of ing the "VV" ise couldg to nd of fellow- rthletic iieldg ics, to foster of activities, name of the ,eir letter by Qhe name was i d the general hletic organi- Iy movement Club is com- :nt assistance some reason is for scholar- Ice, Missouri, s spring after L rersuade good the record of Iplished when W" men. vllege because ,egiate sports. Many of the epast. Other ugh their ac- Page I 64 Ff'T'f?'fi?77"Wi W ,. 2 -gf ...f,.,-w,:n.f,T,-E, , - l 4 1 i A l I I 4 l l l ggrlff """"" '-'QW'-l21'1s-.,YL.T5,'ir:: 2ms.,,L', ' 'L' ,+V 7 1-- -:gf-. W. CL B VEST N1cHoI.SoN PEARSON HARRIS KIRKPATRICK D. BEALS PATTERSON ALLMON SNIDER GRAHAM HUGHES MCCORMICK SULSER WILDER STEEBY C. BEALS DENNI' BRENNER PERKINS SMITH SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS MR. JAMES GRAHAM .... . President LILLIAN N. GIBSON' . . Secretary INCE the Science Club was organized in 1909, it has had a large number of members. The membership includes the Science Faculty and students who are majoring or minoring in science. The purpose of the Club is to further interest in science. The Club meets the first Monday night of each month. The meetings are open to the public and at each meeting some subject related to science is pre- sented and discussed. The discussions for the most part are non-technical. Each year the Club brings to the public one or two speakers recognized as leaders in some field of science. The rest of the meetings are conducted by faculty members and students. This year the program consisted of the -follow- ing talks: Dr. Haymaker-"The Growth of a Volcano." Dr. Collins-"Aboriginal Craftsmanship in Stone." Mrs. Nattinger-"A Visit to Ranch LeBrea." Dr. Morris-"Progress in Physics During 1931." Miss Hatz-"Synthetic Fabrics." . Mr. Hudson-"Recent Psychological Developments." n Dr. Hendricks-"Advantages of the Scientific Attitude Toward Education." These programs help the students and faculty members to keep in touch with the modern aspects of science and create greater interest in scientific work. HI C. l physio l archer High 1 State 4 Fc points as hi gl points receive award A1 girl spr beginni Young. l i l l II1 May F1 l l l i I . Page 166 Page 167 l . 'mmgxa an Jfxl yTi,.....,-'ffgiff 1 ldnln, ..Ii......1-.4'--A, ..,:r.:1.. 13:11.-.1 -.4a.1T- ,.Zj.Y.1,:? , .'1'-- ,S VT ' ' T '. . :mf 'TV 2 number of :udents who 5 to further neetings are lence is pre- rchnical. ecognized as inducted by E the 'follow- Education." aep in touch entific work. W. A. A. l OFFICERS RACHEL BRENNEISEN .... . President HELEN BOSTON . Vice-President MILDRED SMALL . , Secretary MAXINE ALSOP V Treasurer HE W'omen's Athletic Association of Central Missouri State Teachers College is for the purpose of promoting to a further degree the various physical activities of the girls. It sponsors basket ball, volley ball, tennis, soccer, archery and baseball. For the past two years it has held a playday for all the High Schools of this district, as well as one for all Teachers Colleges in the State of Missouri. For each activity which a girl may enter she may earn ten or possibly twenty points toward the higher awards which VV. A. A. offers. Some of the girls earn as high as sixty or seventy points in one quarter. When she has earned 250 points she is awarded a large red "VV." When she has attained 500 points she receives a small gold 'AVVH pin, and for 750 points she' is given next to the highest award offered-that of a small silver loving cup. A At the close of each year a white sweater is awarded to the best all-around girl sport of the year. Only four such sweaters have been awarded sincerthe beginning of this custom. These were presented to Marion Rau, Katherine Young, Irene Brooks and Lena Mae Stratton. In addition to the different sports sponsored, W. A. A. also sponsors the May Fete, given at the close of the Spring Quarter every year. page 156 Page 167 THE MASK AND WIG CLUB Sponsor MR. CASKEY SETTLE l 2 Patroness MRS. O. L. HoUTs 111115 gli E lg OFFICERS Gil MARJORIE HANLRV .... . President , 1 F2 ROBERT GENINS . Vice-President 2 i ? Q, JUANITA VVIMER . A . . Secretary .A .1 'I HE Mask and VVig Club was formed as a result of a demand on the part of Freshmen students who were interested in play production. Miss Ruth Banfield of the English Department formed a dramatic club of freshmen in 1928 which produced one one-act play in chapel and the full-length farce comedy, "Dulcy". In 1929-30 Mr. Caskey Settle took over the Club sponsorship and has since retained that position. The Club became a club in reality, with a definite membership, dues andorganization. The name "Mask and VVig Club" was adopted. In 1931-32 an enlarged membership and oversupply of talent forced the Club to greater production activity. Four one-act plays were presented in chapel. Two three-act plays were presented at night. At firstfconsidered merely as a training group, the Mask and VVig Club has won for itself a distinct place in campus life. It has become noted for its unity of spirit and for the production of distinctive plays that are interesting not only from the dramatic standpoint but from the literary standpoint as well. f It P r 'z ,, 1z,f. 5114 lu '. I I 1 l i 4 I I 1 I i 4 l I 4 P I I 1 . cia stimul into cll coniin of lect tourin tional and Fa in the l field of games, cross-w On Valenti each P1 5 l 1 tj milf' ' 5' in Eww !,fjQEisA ' Page 168 Page 169 I H- '-reg ,J r T . , 12 B ii F i nt rut r y the part of Miss Ruth nen in 1928 ce comedy, hip and has :h a dehnite Club" was forced the -resen ted in 'ig Club has for its unity lng not only ell. Page I 68 T 2 L -jf ,,,,.,,,f ,l l L I . ii il .i i l l l E l l 5 I l ,E 3 225' Hai-. . qua-:gtg . PRIMARY COUNCIL OFFICERS ESTHER POPPELXVELL .... . . President MARGARET RUSSELL , Vige-Pregideng MARY LUE HALL ....,. Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor I Miss ARUBA B. CHARLTON, State Chairrnan of Association for Childhood Education. RIMARY COUNCIL was organizediin 1915 and is afiliated with the Asso- ciation for Childhood Education. The purpose of 'Primary Council is to stimulate greater interest in early childhood education and to bring students into closer touch with primary work throughout the country Membershi is . p , confined to students specializing in the Primary and Kindergarten Departments. Meetings are held bimonthly. This year the Council has enjoyed a series of lectures given by the Sponsor, Miss Aruba B. Charlton, who spent three months touring Europe in the summer of 1931. Other meetings are devoted to educa- tional programs which consist of talks on professional subjects by the members and Faculty, and studies of projects and new methods. The meetings are largely in the hands of members and experiments are made with new ideas in the Primary field of education, which include puppet plays, plays and dramatization of stories, games, songs, handwork, clay modeling, playing store, making newspapers and cross-word puzzles. Once each term a party is given CFall-Picnic, VVinter-Christmas and Valentine Parties, Spring-Banquetj, in order to add to the social training which each Primary Teacher feels is necessary to successful achievement in her field. Page 169 12 I SODALITAS LATINA Motto.' "Esse quam videri" GFFICERS MARGUERITE KLUTZ .... . . Presidenl ' VERNA OTT . . Vice-President FLORENCE GRovEs . Secretary JOHN DWYER . . Treasurer Miss MAUDE BEAMER . . . Sponsor ODALITAS LATINA, organized October 16, 1923, through the zeal and interest of Miss Beamer, Head of the Latin Department of C. M. S. T. C., is an organization composed of students of the Latin Department and others interested in Latin. Its aim is to provide a richer background for their studies. The .aim is carried out byvmeans of bimonthly programs, dealing with and centering around Roman life and culture. The studies have included extensive discussions of mythology, Roman law, literature, art and architecture, as con- tributions to the civilization of the world. The relation of the Latin language to the other Romance languages is a topic very often discussed on the programs. The Club has also, from time to time, plays and musical programs The colors are purple and old gold. The song of the organization is "Gaudea- mus Igitur" "Let us therefore rejoice." "Te Cano Patria" and "Adeste Fideles" are also favorite songs. The Club has proved to be quite inspirational not only to the members who are active, but also to the members who are not in college now. There has been continued interest shown this year, by former members from several states. ' Page 170 12 l HEI haw However bership. Thi for the much. parents by the c is being Washing it is one Mes which is in being meetings educatioi Intermec Friei with othe l 1 Q Page 171 , 'T "2 or nl Int 73' 'er 'or Ie zeal and VI. S. T. C., and others Ieir studies. g with and :d extensive ure, as con- language to e programs. s is "Gaudea- ste Fidelesn .embers who ere has been l states. Page 170 I2 5" V I l l I I la- 1 l I Qld? -- INTERMEDIATE GRADE CLUB OFFICERS ELIZABETH DANIEL .... . . President CAPITOLA STARK . , Vige-Prg5idem ALFRED GATES . . . Secretary-Treasurer MISS DELTA N EVILLE ....... Sponsor HE Intermediate Grade Club is an organization whose member have been, teachers in the Intermediate Department of the Training School. However, anyone interested in the work of pupils of this age, is eligible to mem- bership. Three annual affairs are sponsored by this organization. The Club arranges for the Christmas treat for the children and enjoys this part of its work very muchQ The second traditional happening is a Washington party to which the parents and friends of the children are invited. The entertainment is furnished by the children. This year f'VVashington's Birthday," an operetta in two acts, is being presented. This is especially appropriate, since this is the year of the Washington Centennial. A banquet each spring is the third annual feature and it is one of the most delightful on the campus. I Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, one of which is social and the other professional. This year the Club has been fortunate in being invited into several homes for the social meetings. The professional meetings are usually taken charge of by some faculty member who talks on such educational subjects as 'fPoetry in the Grades" and "The Value of Music in the Intermediate Department." Friendship, a closer understanding between members, and training in working with others are some of the purposes of the Club. s are, or Page 171 CRESCENDO CLUB Sponsors PROF. PAUL R. UTT MISS NI.-XGDALEN HENDRIX MIss LOUISE SCHOEN MR. H. A. LossON OFFICERS MARX' LOUIsE GALLENIORE . . . . President WILLIAM RICE .... Vice-President META DOUTHIT . . Secretary MARGARET KLUTZ . Treasurer HE Crescendo Club is the musical organization of Central Missouri State Teachers College. It is composed of students who are majoring or minoring in music, and who have met the scholastic requirements of the Club. It was organized in 1924 with twenty-three charter members. The purpose of the Club is to cultivate a deeper appreciation of good music in the college, to help in creating a good musical atmosphere in the Club and school, and to co-operate in any musical event on our campus. The present membership is approximately thirty. Meetings are held twice each month, the second and fourth Mondays, in Professor Utt's studio. The meetings are devoted to various types of programs, consisting of the study of composers, musicians, and the history of music. Different members of the organization take part in these programs. By this means the works and compositions of the old masters and modern composers become more familiar to the members of the Club. At social events they are ably assisted by their Sponsors in every possible way. The Club tries to co- operate with the various school and town organizations in any undertakings requiring musical talent. Tl Ist Sap LILL ALPL 27103 S01 GLAI DORC Ist Ten W ILL ROBE HE for assembl October receptio the 'Wai The were adl the Colf cast ove siah"'in Page172 Page173 IX :nt :nt 73' 'er ssouri State or minoring ub. It was good music e Club and e held twice tudio. The he study of grams. By n Composers its they are tries to Co- ,ndertakings V ,L ,...,......r......,,-...L V- Tp.-...af --A:-L:-L.: i-tres? 'f' A- 1-'fi-A. WL. V- '- 41" I GLEE CLUB , OFFICERS PAUL R. UTT . . . . . ROBERT ASHURST . ' HILGERT ODELL . , . . Director Business Manager Stage .Manager The Glee Club for this year was composed of sixteen voices as follows: Ist Soprano 2nd Tenor 2nd Alto LILLIAN CIIATHAM FLOYD TUTTLE STEVIA DRAKE .ALPHA LEE HARRIS GROVER SMITH , MILDRED SODEMANN 2nd Soprano IS! Alto Baritone GI,ADYs HARRIS MARY LOUISE GALLEMORE BARTLET MCGOXVAN DOROTHY HOOVER ERKALINE MCCORMICK HILGERT ODELL Ist Tenor I Bass WILLIAM RICE CLEMENT SAXTON ROBERT ASHURST PAUL GRAFF FRANCES IDOL . . . . . A cconipanist HE Club did a high grade of work, mastering a number of the finer choruses for mixed voices, both accompanied and unaccompanied., They sang at assembly periods, and gave a short program for the District Teachers Meeting, October 23, 24 and 25. A part of the Club gave an hOur's program for theladies' reception during the visit of the Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks fraternity to the Warrensburg lodge. The Opera for the year was "Patience," by Sullivan. Nineteen more singers were added for this production, making a Cast of thirty-five. The members of the College Orchestra furnished the accompaniment. The Opera was broad- cast Over station WOS. The Club also assisted in the performance of the "Mes- siah" in the fall, and Haydn's "Creation" in the spring. ' Page 172 Page 173 Aff, "I I tj 1 T l li l E l l r V l l 1 l , . l 4 , l F 1 I l is lf.. THE CANEARIES OFFICERS MARGARET SMITH .... . . President MAXINE ALSOP . Vice-President MILDRED SMALL . . . Secretary EVERILLE KNIGHT . . Treasurer HE purpose of the Canearies is to support the home team at all athletic events, to cultivate a spirit of fairness and to help promote all school activities which are for a common good. The group tries to promote a degree of pep among the student body and give organized support to the various teams of the school. The organization was first started in 1926 by Miss Ruth Maybauer, In- structor of VVomen's Physical Education. Up to and including the present year it has grown stronger and better every year of its existence. At the present there are 26 members. To become a member of the Canearies a girl must be attractive, rhythmic, a loyal supporter of all school activities, a good worker, with grades averaging "S," and must be voted in by two-thirds majority. The Canearies have done a great deal to promote better feeling between the different Teachers Colleges of the state. They have made trips to all of them except Cape Girardeau and have been hostesses to the pep squads of all the other colleges. ' From the original black skirt and white shirt, to the dark-blue sailor pants and red sweaters, the Canearies have changed their uniform to the handsome white-and-red ones now in use. Wfe hope that by next year with a little help from the students we will be able to add the capes and drums and have the long- looked-for drum corps. Page 174 Y .Wx-.-' . Ji I HE of C pep org their at Reg of new scholast must re' Unf the pres meeting: body, tk Teacher tory see: Alw of enthu ance of through more yez Due to colleg Pup' If 5 ent ent ary rer all athletic vol activities I l ...-., ,.1 Y MM. THE LETHERNEX ii orriceias . 1 GILES Sl-IELTON . , , Pfgggjmp lVILLIAM BLISS . Vice-President JAMES JAGEMAN - Secretary- Treasurer PAUL LOONEY ........ Cheer Leader HE LETHERNEX is an organization which was organized on the campus of Central Missouri State Teachers College in the fall of 1929. It is a boys' pep organization and was organized for the purpose of supporting the Mules in E pep among l their athletic combats. fthe school. , . ' 1 l . Regular meetings are held each week for discussing pep plans and eligibility ybauer, In- of new members. Aside from having pep, a prospective member must have the present scholastic standing in his work and must be accepted by the club.. Each member :the present must retain a certain scholastic standing in order to hold his membership. , Under the energetic and capable leadership of Giles "Peanut" Shelton, 3, fhYthn?1Cv the president, the Lethernex have made great strides forward in holding pep BS 21VCf3gmg meetings and directing yells at the games. Ably assisted by a unified student body, they have never failed to let the Mules 'know that Central Missouri State bet een the Teachers College was behind them in the darkest moment as well as when vic- W tory seemed certain N i all of them ' y all The other Always present in fair or foul weather, always pepped to the highest pitch of enthusiasm and ready for every occasion, the Lethernex, with the able assist- . ' ance of the college band led by Mr. Don Essig, have followed the Mules Salfllordpilglfi through the football and basket-ball seasons this year and hope to have many -6 an S more years of service. a little help We the l0f1S' l Due to the fact that the majority of last year's members failed to return S to college this year, the personnel of the organization is almost entirely new. l S l Page 174 Page175 ,,,,,,.,,.-..+.--'- ,V .1 ii ig ,ir 'Ihr l 'gn 'Mil l i V-X , 'if' . ,i i ' X' li i 5.2 I " .q:f.e.. ,-. - f , . -,.. ,. , ,. -,U N, .,-...,af-sa. Y.-amz fi' ,. Y ' '-' r- - - - Mr'-"urA+ A-" J-'ef . J- , . -v-if -.,-,N -,,.,... .,. .-.....M,F,,,..., ii i .1 .im 1, 'iiiim :A 'El if ,-j liyiw 1,2 3I1,i,i ,e 1+4?E'i 4" nrt Q MSF? Mg I i FEW 1 .5 .,q,. L at .g ri .1 el ' s 51 ls- ll 4:13 lafi ll all lr! lil il lifl iii 1 fill ,-l' .Qu ,ri iff -as lk' ,i ,i, ,, lil eq l ., W..-vu. . -1.1 1 rw ! t s 3 2 l , l l 1 .3 il ia I l . I I .lll ,A L T Y iQ '1 'l l ml lil ii 1 i 'i i 'l ,i il ,W fl if iii ii lil' 1 il ,li 1, ii: 1 -ill l ll l ,W ,Ply ,M , 4, Il :iii 'il' l- 1 ,L l l .J ,L L, fag, .P N ,gf WQ52 7,34 w M iw ri Pi, N" , v,, 1-u. .WEN 1 ,-"if I Yi! 'f1,' V., PJ Q 1 e ,X it Wh" ' "K V., - ful. ,rf ' Page176 Page I7 7 74, ...li gg., ,, I a . J, ..-Lay Y- Lxzsn -A-:x.z:..:.:1g-?-:ag-3 - 5 ,,. IEIUIIX IILUB-JUllDllE 5 s E E 2 E E E 5 E 5 E 1 i Nl N I Y Page176 Page177 THE STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS FRANK TQERCHEVAL .... . . President JOHN ANTHONY GR1GGs . . Vice-President R,ACI-IEL BRENNEISEN ...... Secretary-Treasurer HE Student Council is an organization of the entire student body composed of three representatives from each of the four classes. Usually the repre- sentatives consist of the class president and vice-president with one other member of the class elected, but in the case of the senior representatives a different method of selection is used. The President of the Student Council must be a senior elected by the student body in a regular all-school election conducted by the senior class during the fall quarter. The other two senior class representatives are elected at a regular class meeting and usually are not senior class officers. The Student Council is the official link between the students and the faculty. They co-operate with the Administration in matters of discipline, observance of school traditions, and other things of common interest. They sponsored a move- ment for better chapel attendance and more hearty support of the teams in ath- letic events. During the winter term the Student Council gave a dance in the big gym- nasium with music furnished by Noel Sanders' Orchestra. The Student Handbook was revised by the Student Council this year. This book contains much information that will help those who are new in our school. Here may be found a brief accurate write-up of any organization on the campus, the constitution of the student government association, social standards for boys and girls, information about using the library, our college song, courtesies to extend and expect in rooming houses, information about the various churches in XVarrensburg, some of the college traditions, and miscellaneous information that makes it easier for the student to know his school. T 1 IQERCHEVAL HINKLE ROSELLE BOSTON ' ASHURST GRIGGS NIAY HEY HOLLYBIAN TIMHERLAKE PATTERSON JOHNSON BRENNEISEN Page178 . l., V ' TL' lv Miss IX ET. mz 1924 bj interest is a loa: fmanciz the fra' fund. througl Be' Since it: to help I F 5 1 i EA Rc Page 179 T-,WJ . , .. ......-.nh-L 'ent Yent frer composed the repre- er member nt method e a senior 'the senior :atives are ers. he faculty. ervance of ed a move- Ims in ath- e big gym- ear This our school ne campus ds for boys murtesies to churches In nation that l l 1 i A 1 BETA ALPHA A were Honorary Art Fraternity OFFICERS MRS. AGNES EADS ....... President FRANCES PETERS ...... Vice-President LOUISE C. JONES ..... .... S ecretary ANGEL IHRIG ........ Treasurer Sponsor Patroness MISS MAYME HARWOOD MISS ANNA MARIE T oDD K Faculty Members MISS MAYME HARWooD MISS GLADYS Goss MISS MARJORY MURRAY' ETA ALPHA is an honorary fraternity for the outstanding students who are majoring or minoring in the subject of Art.. This fraternity was founded in 1924 by a group of students who desired to encourage and stimulate a lasting Interest In the wide field of Fine Arts Among some of Its various achievements 1S a loan fund whlch IS ava1lable to those students who are members but who are financially unable to continue to a greater extent their education Each year the fraternity holds a Christmas Sale for the purpose of building up this loan fund At this time various articles made by the members of the fraternity or through the Art Department are sold Beta Alpha has grown rapidly In both membership and accomplishments Since Its found1ng It has made rapid progress from year to year May It continue to help others appreciate and understand the deep appeal of Art' GRIGGS EADS OTTO DORRANCE PETERS B FIN RosELI.E IHRIG JONES HART RENINEIS Pge 178 Pgel79 -,JP if-j :' Il L fd I, N, iq gig? agtvweneiw I . Y u I n Q . Q X ' . . . . V . I . , I -A I 7 . J. 1 l , ,l S A 2 ' l ' . I , l I l H I X ' I p I ' I ll I li lg 1 l 51 rg A A If 'i 'E fs! l Q 0 'F girl? lie I :J flrlll kj WWW Am, M - N Y,.,,,,l11f1,l2lff,s k A, ,W A A A A AAAA I A A A A A A A 1" A A ' I S' Q I I " ' is - ' 'fieff - -A ,q ff? , 2 Q . - A-fe' f rrfrr r I ' 5 S. A "4 '-.fM.f--f 1' V-' ' Y i ' W ' ' ' if - f -H Y Y 'T' f A I, , F75 'M"A..f.Q1,4,f.f. cf" "' , 3 'li It ' ALPHA PHI DELTA in A , Junior Honor Sorority Sponsor MISS GERTRUDE HOSEY FACULTY MEMBERS A ELIZABETH CALLAWAY ANNIE G. HARRIS . GLADYS Goss ' GERTRUDE HOSEY LUCY A. BALL LOUISE MARTIN EDITH HOWARD MRS. FANITA HoUTs AMY Roo? MAYME HARWOOD PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS LETA DAWES GERALDINE STRATTON MRS. MAUDE NATTINGER OFFICERS ' , MILDRED BIRDSONG . . , ..... President NORMA BUSH . . . . . Vice-President JOSEPHINE HEBERLING . . Secretary-Treasurer LPHA PHI DELTA is a Junior Honor Sorority of Central Missouri State Teachers College. It is an outgrowth of Phi Delta Delta honor sorority, the first honorary organization open to women to be established own the campus. Alpha Phi Delta was first organized in 1922 at the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Beta Chapter was estab- lished in March, 1924, at Central Missouri State Teachers College at VVarrens- burg, Missouri. Membership in Alpha Phi Delta Honorary Sorority is open to girls who have completed at least thirty hours of college work with superior grades. Girls who have more than seventy-f1ve'hours are not eligible. Whenever a member has completed more than seventy-five hours of college work, she becomes an associate member. Personality and ability for professional service are also factors in determining a girl's admission to' the sorority. The elective board of this society is composed of faculty women who are members of Alpha Phi Delta. At the present time this board consists of fourteen faculty womena This elective board judges the qualifications of prospective members. New members are chosen only by means of this board. The purpose of Alpha Phi Delta is to stimulate high educational ideals and to promote fellowship, Scholarship, and achievement in educational work. Alpha Phi Delta holds a meeting each month, at which time an interesting and profitable program is given. At least once every quarter a social meeting is held. However, the organization is not a social sorority, but it endeavors to promote friendly relationships among its members. Each year the organization attempts to carry on some worthy project for this college or the public schools of this teachers college district. A Page 180 N . I I l I 1 I I if I HARB1 STILES SI-RAT BURLI MCVE - NVOLF Page 181 5 . . . .ip W bgfrfli, zfzfgiizg S ER nt ' nt er ssouri State Jr sorority, he campus. t Missouri was estab- ,t Wlarrens- s who have des. Girls ia: member Jecomes an ce are also en who are of fourteen prospective l ideals and vork. I interesting :ial meeting ndeavors to rrganization lblic schools Page 180 ,f AH ,si-I" L H PHI DELT B1RDsoNo HALL HARBISON HUTSON KLUTZ STILES WAUGH COOPER STRATTON NIVENS V. BRONVN BURLINGAME NICCANDLESS SMITH MCVEIGH CRABB HARTZELL WOLF KRUMSICK CHANEY Page 181 .ADAMS COUEY JOHNSON HAINES GROVES OTT FRY DANIEL KNIGHT H. BROXVN NIOHLER SHOWALTER BEATTY BUsII HEBERLING OTTO COLLINS RICIITER HART FISHER I I ALPHA PHI SIGMA ,-'----1-. - U--:.,... ul. ,' -,N-1-',f"-. ,AX "'fP.,l ".j .A gb..--2, ., 3.- .. -:L-.x r.:-Q, A, .LT .aI1:.::Q .1 'J'-' Ju?-'. A-F:f:. 3-1 .-gg 1-lg-5. .. .g,g,-53 ".-EY '-K-'51 .f,xTQE 1 3, -rv'-. '.:.', 1:1-' ' :'.f2.1-,I , h . v,-, -, : - -.-'. . 'E .':l Founded at Kirksville, Mo., January, 1930 Epsilon Chapter Installed July 15, 1930 - OFFI CERS V ERNA OTT .... , .' . . . President GERTRUDE HAINES WAUGH . . Vice-President MARY LUE HALL . . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Sponsor MR. ELMER B. BROWN Faculty M embers ' DR. E. L. HENDRICKS I PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS MYRTLE DowNs LPHA PHI SIGMA is a national honorary scholastic fraternity for both men and women. Its purpose is to instill a love for learning Within the members of the association. The fraternity encourages every high. school boy and girl in the ideal of scholarship by offering in secondary schools a certificate on graduation to each Valedictorian and each Salutatorian which authorizes immediate initiation into the order upon matriculation in a college where a chapter exists. In the spring of 1931, Epsilon Chapter, in conjunction with the Administration of C. M .S. T. C., sent certificates to the honor graduates of each first class high school in the Central Missouri District. Advancement in the organization depends upon the continued high achievements in college. In this way the organization helps to preserve and develop the beginning of interest in scholarship. Alpha Phi Sigma was founded February 26, 1930, the first chapter being at State Teachers College, Kirksville, Missouri. 'Epsilon Chapter of C. M. S. T. C. was installed july'15, 1930, by a team from the State Teachers College at Kirks- ville, consisting of Mr. Bryan Cosby, National President, Miss Evelyn Dodson, National Secretary, Miss Lucy Simmons and Mr. Fred Russell. There are now seven active chapters. Meetings of Epsilon Chapter are held once every month and programs con- sisting of music, topics of interest and literature are presented by the members. Great variety is possible because of the great amount of talent among the mem- bers. An annual banquet is held each year which affords a "get-together" for the entire chapter membership. The fraternity is anxious to take part in any undertakings which will make Central Missouri State Teachers College the best school possible. Page I 82 I I OIT W. Joi-mst PAYNE GATES MARKSBUI DUFFET TUCKER Page 183 .1 115 at er 's y for both Within the he ideal of .on to each Qiation into the spring NLS. T. C., Iool in the .s upon the Jn helps to a er being at VI. S. T. C. e at Kirks- fn Dodson, :re are now grams con- e members. g the mem- gether" for mart in any ge the best Page I 82 .,, 'IHA , , ,.,i"" ,F A... -.:..-, CQ Q LPH PHI SQ MA OIT INGRAM NICELXVEE BLAIR HEBERLING IVIEADOR FINK WAUGH W. JOHNSON RUSH HurcHINsoN FLENNIKEN CLEMENTS GARBER VVIMER D. JOHNSON PAYNE DoDDs BROXVN BIRDSONG. C. STARK HAINEs IVICGRATH G. CARR GATES SI-IANVER BALDXVIN CLINGER SCRANTON BURLINGAME SHOXVALTER BARNES MARKSBURY DEATLEY MCCANDLES SYDNOR HALL HANLEY ROXXVLAND BENJAMIN DUFFET KNIGHT FRY V. CARR COOPER TRENT Cox NIX'ENS TUCKER GENINs ROSELLE DUNNING Buss EVANT QUINN KRATTLE LAUGHLIN Page 183 ,.... .. ... 7 . . ,. -1-.-J--.4 f- -. ,,.-1 - .n,.. ..,w,:vg-1"-f---f'--ye-'wr--- - - - - 4 4 -- - - - KAPPA DELTA PI Kjvog fl K P 'H si ,Jr P A W National Honorary Educational Fraternity Founded at University of Illinois 1909 Rho Chapter Installed-Oct. 28, 1922 OFFICERS GREGORY LEFEVER .... . President MILDRED OTTO .... Vice-President VIRGINIA SUSAN BROWN . . Secretary WALFRED JOHNSON . . . . . Treasurer ANGEL IHRIG . . .... Reporter DORIS JOHNSON . . . Corresponding Secretary FLORENCE GROVES . A . . . . Historian I PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS .... Counselor W FACULTY MEMBERS E. B. BROWN, PAULINE A. HUMRHREYS E. A. COLLINS MAYME B. HARWOOD GLADYS Goss WILLIAM E. JOHNSON ANNIE G.. HARRIS PRES. E. L. HENDRICKS INA SMITH GERALDINE STRATTON C. B. HUDSON ' GERTRUDE HOSEY CTau Chapterj W. E. MORROW MAUDE NATTINGER EDITH HOWARD MYRTLE DOWNS 4 AMY ROOP APPA DELTA PI is the National Honorary Educational Fraternity. There are eighty-six chapters located in universities and colleges throughout the United States, with Rho Chapter at Central Missouri State Teachers College. Other Missouri chapters. are Beta Upsilon at Washington University-, Tau at Kirksville,Alpha Eta at Cape Girardeau and Gamma Lambda at Harris Teach- ers College, St. Louis. ' The fraternity fosters the highest ideals of social service, and to this end encourages high professional standards and recognizes outstanding Work in the educational field. ' , , Only those people Who have given evidence of interest in social service andx 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 ofthe Sophomore class Who has the best scholastic record, and who shows promise of professional service. I The frequent meetings of the fraternity serve to bind its members more closely in fellowship and to give them opportunities for mutual help and inspira- tion. The National Convocation was held this year, February 22nd, in VVashing- ton, D. C., at the Burlington Hotel. Gregory LeFever, President of the Local Chapter, was the delegate from Rho Chapter. Page 184 K . K . S... . . LEE Mc G11 DA BE, Page 185 l ent ent zry fer 'ter Wy ian :lor mterj nity. There 'oughout the iers College. sity, Tau at Qarris Teach- l to this end Work in the l service and 1 are eligible i the member iows promise :mbers more , and inspira- in VX7ashing- of the Local Page 184 7 L? l Y s 4, 41 l Ll I I: J ll i l x ix: A 1 T, X, i i l w K 1 i l - 4 W V 7,31 X11-' Eg K PP DELT PI LEFEVER KRUMSICL: BROWN OTTO MCCUTCHEON OTT D. JOHNSON STRATTON GIBBS IHRIG GROVES W. JOHNSON DANIEL MCVEIGH SMITH HATA BEATTY COOPER WOLF CHANEY Page 185 13 PHI SIGMA PI N"S'N ' 2 ,M Ll . NATIONAL OFFICERS C. E. MANWILLER, Pittsburg, Pa. .... . . President C. H. MCCLURE, Kirksville, MO. . Vice-President C. O. VVILLIAMS, Harrisburg, Pa. . . Secretary A. H. VVHITESETT, Pittsburg, Kan. . . Treasurer L. N. PEASE, Madison, S. D. . . . Counselor R. F. VVOOD, VVarrensburg, Mo. .... . Historian LOCAL OFFICERS RICHARD HATA ...... . President IRVIN LAUGHLIN . .- Vice-President FRANK KIRKPATRICK . . Secretary GLEN STAHL ....... 'Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS DR. W. E. MORROW DR. G. W. STEVENS DR. H. A. PHILLIPS C. F. MARTIN FRED W. URBAN JAMES W. GRAHAM NOEL B. GRINSTEAD DR. E. L. HENDRICKS DR. E. A. CoLL1Ns DR. J. H. SCARBOROUGH DR. W. C. MORRIS R. F. WOOD ARTHUR C. MORELAND C. B. HUDSON HI SIGMA PI is the only undergraduate professional fraternity for men interested in education in the teachers colleges and teacher-training institu- tions. Alpha Chapter was founded February 14, 1916, at Warrensburg and functioned as' a local organization until the spring of 1921 when it became a National organization. The organization began with a membership of five and during the past sixteen years more than two hundred students have met the requirements and become members of Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi. There are now fifteen chapters in six different states with the total enrollments running into hundreds. Phi Sigma Pi istthe only professional fraternity for teachers on this campus that is a member of the National Interfraternity Conference, made up of repre- sentatives from all the professional fraternities in the colleges and universities of the country. ' In spite of the fact that Alpha Chapter numbers less than twenty men this year, the fraternity is able to boast of some real activities. The Initiation Banquets given Once each quarter are quitean event and here the student mem- bers and faculty members meet on the same level with the knowledge that these banquets are an active force in the fraternity. Professor C. B. Hudson was taken into the fraternity during the spring quarter, in accordance with the custom of taking in one new faculty member every year. This year Phi Sigma Pi initiated a movement to have an Inter-Honorary Fraternity Banquet, which was held during the latter part of March and was attended by the majority of the members of the several honorary organizations on the campus. Page 186 Page 187 133, F W" ET, l H' SIGM ' P Z i 'F-'-'T' """'-'P s...-,Rav .. ..-N . N 4. .. + President -President Secretary Treasurer Counselor H istorian it it Y r V S v D y for men ng institu- sburg and became a g the past ments and ow fifteen hundreds. lis campus p of repre- iniversities y men this Initiation ient mem- that these udson was the custom -Honorary h and was janizations Page 186 w 1,5 E, IQ-il l'f'fi,5i :renews invi- l4Hfv5.'f' .v if . ,Ii 52 2 L e' 5 til r-,Q 5 9, 54 - . 5,5 4 ,-Af ' .' ,I S 'v if ,. , iw - 1 1 7 4 i -y 5 1 ., , 51: gm .i fN, .1-fi . 9 ,, Ivf vs, E' Fi A 'in Wiiiia P12 UV. .r fi, ,,, .i' 1 -:Hp x--L MT!" el, 5 '11- ,, w 4,1 1 1 N i i E I-IATA STA1-11. LAUGHLIN JOHNSON CASEBOLT MARTIN GIBB OGAWA GRAHAM KIRKPATRICK LEFEVER HINKLE Page 187 1334 I W so ro C E 77 C rc: E OOO 53 'S' R T rd "1 O fs Q2 GP-4 S. iii II! wuiffg QQ 00093 SSD as-fl msg? sif- 339 QFD:-r Q8 UJ 59' 31?-1 'S Ef O TJ' 5. P+ "1 C SD Miss JULIA HATZ Miss ELLA GROENWALD Pazfronesses Miss GERTRUDE HosEY MRS. H. A. PHILLIPS MRS. W. R. COCKFAIR OFFICERS BERNICE MCVEIGH . . President S. EVORIE DENNY . . Treasurer LULA MAE POLLOCK Vice-President JANET NESBIT . . Secretary FRIEDA TURNER . . . Keeper of Archives APPA OMICRON PHI was founded at State Teachers College at Maryville, Missouri, in 1922. In 1924 Beta Chapter was founded at Warrensburg- Since then twelve chapters have been established in various universities and teachers colleges. Kappa Omicron Phi is a national honorary professional sorority. The purpose of the organization is to further the interests of Home Economics in four-year colleges. Kappa Omicron Phi is founded upon the basis of high scholarship and with the avowed purpose of developing Women of high cultural attainments. M CVEIGH ' LAND N ESBIT OTTO PoLLocK DENNY VYERLING TIMKEN STRATTON TURNER THIELMAN VVAUGH COOPER STARK THOMPSON Page I 88 131 I l iw ,-1-if Q I ,NNN s 4' l l l 1 ll l ' JXKQSISZSEE' Z S' - fs... .. 'Af 4fe,W,-A f- .' .flf?'?31'.IE??ir1i1 1 I F ' ff I .M -' :Awv,e..,+-'V-f M. -anV'.ff.1?lZ1?3?5Z4Z?9"Vi,f'.'-f-. Y? 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"i 4 Ev IN: Um 1, r 'E ' 'VL ,gi5:v' :WQ :t,lf' sg", 3V,?f '-Pix' ,uyfx 1,xW M 1 , x 4 THE "BRI-XY" Published as a part of the 1932 Rhetor p IRVIN LAUGHLIN, Editor CHARLES GIBSON, Business Mgr. GLEN SNIDER, Advertising Manager DOROTHY MCCUTCHEON, Assft Editor RACHEL BRENNEISEN, Ass't Editor STREET HALE, Artist REPORTERS MARY LUE HALL, Chief Reporter Campus Spies and Gossips SOLACE If any of the following section applies to you try and bear it, remembering that any shoe that pinches grows more bearable with age. Maybe it isn't so bad. All of us crave notoriety and strive to impress our personalities upon our fellowmen, seemingly with the sole object of beingknown, somehow. If some peculiarity or characteristic of any organization or individual has become well enough known to be noted in this section, even though it may cause only transient notice, just consider it good adver- tising .and think of the good ones we did not catch in our daily round of activities. N L IV fi' kb , - ffffy-L: f Ridiculous situations and phrases often cause much humorous comment and a single statement made unthinkingly may result -in causing some almost wholly inno- cent person to become a target for racy and tart remarks that are minus real meaning. Remember always that in order to become known, the first thing to acquire is the ability to bear both adverse and favorable criticism. The fact that any one of the remarks in this section applies to you, makes you well known-maybe. This is written in pure good humor for the sole purpose of making our advertising section more lively. NVE APPRECIATE: Those people who want to buy their books minus the fine two months after the sale has closed. Those perennial week-enders who never stay around the institu- tion long enough to know what is going on and then wonder why they have missed all the news. Those interested collegians who just had to drop around to see if their pictures had come back and were hurt because they didn't do them justice. J 5 gl- The different organizations and class secretaries, that we asked to give us copy and information by such and such a date and who thought that any time in 1998 would do. Those dumbbells who didn't know they had to return their proofs to the photographer before the fourth of July. Those dear friends who wished to have their pictures alongside of certain persons in the yearbook and were hurt because we couldn't have them changed after they were engraved. Those thoughtful people who wanted to help us with the Rhetor by bringing in pictures after the last proof had gone to the engraver. W Those loyal CMSTCites who wouldn't buy a Rhetor but who gave us the benefit of their opinion. The people who bubble over with a desire to work on school annuals and think it is all play until they begin. Page 190 .IW l I I I lf. ... ,, f if A 4 it 3 -M-4,,.-f-' gun it 'Q We re 'I it allo T thougi place Ji space Page 191 L 'ig 'es you l e good ose of section ' 'ant to Ene two closed. 4-enders institu- what is .er why iews. illegians und to ne back ly didn't Lions and isked to ition by ,nd who in 1998 o didn't rn their :r before o wished igside of Jook and ClOuldn't hey were ,ple who 3 Rhetor Lfter the :ngraver ites who but who opinion. ble over n school all play ,QQ 3 3 fr . 1. 7 5 -A "Mi "dt" e-f im: J, , ,, vw., a ,-4 Ui WMF: 7 liivlim l1fQ?,ptv1. LJ ii nf 5' Ma ,. 4 We reserve this space for: I Those who specialize in knocking our institution of learning because it allowed such a faulty Rhetor to be printed. ! K 4 I J -fl- .i .Q l 1 1 Those who know more about editing a yearbook than we do, even 5- though they never saw an engraver's proof or a printer's copy sheet, may if place their ideas here. l just record your complaints as legibly as possibly in the above blank space for your own benefit and don't bother the staff with them. Q i' 3 K 1 Page 190 Page 191 Q, if "'- ln 15' 'M :lf-Qi, -l ' f2'.' Q 1 1 V- --Z, f , 1 - , 1 , T ' ISE 54-"t' -1-5-pail' har, , Ni.: . l fix?" fffn' 'W ' .-in " if iYJ'.ft"' A , ,.m,,m,,,-,Ln at ,L V I ,L Central Missouri State Teachers College WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI ' Ojrers Courses in Agriculture Government Art History Athletics Home Economics Biology Industrial Arts Botany Latin Chemistry Mathematics Commerce Music Economics Physics Education Physical Education English Psychology French Sociology Geography Spanish German Speech TEACHER-TRAINING A new library of 4o,ooo Volumes, new athletic field, new auditorium, new pipe organ, new courses and new methods invite 'you. The Summer quarter begins June 6, and the Fall quarter begins September 6. ' . Expenses are low. Be free to write for further in- formation. I pf y S pull. Tl thos T f acul call ' in tl Th gripii terni1 Per made a smi A+. Thr you e the sz The saying Thr time j your Thc peevef forma Ant front-: and w facultj P g 192 Page 193 ,M-,,,. ,E A M. ,-- Z---1u,:.gm--1- ,. A, .4 . iili- PET ABOMINATIONS Those class Cutters who "never I-131-fs cracked a book, my dear" and then later couldn't understand why they H 21II1bl1I'gC1' pulled an HI." Those girls who just would wear 512, those fishnet hose. Those people who know the faculty members so well that they call them by their first names-not in their presence. f-ff' elqjffi , f XMI 'E- Those people who are always griping about some honorary fra- ternity member having a "drag," People who ask what grade you made in a subject, and then with a smirk tell you that they made an A-I-. The campus gossips who report you engaged after seeing you with the same date three times. Those students who persist in saying "swell" and "OK, Pal." Those who wax romantic every time you step out of the house in your best suit. Those popular ones who are peeved because they can't rate f1ve formals this year instead of one. And last but not least those front-seat, head-nodding "Yes" men and women who rate with the faculty. A The Little Place Witli the Big Business 33 'IZQM EAST PINE PHONE 145W FREE DELIVERY The Star Journal Headquarters for the Best in Printing and Supplies Student Patronage Alppreeiated THE STAR JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. VVARRENSBURG, MISSOURI Page 192 Page 193 I I lg ' 1 -gunz-"' W: I To those ignorant of. organization life on the campus we submit these bits of information: SIGMA TAU GAMMA This is Greek for Simply Too Good. Founded in a Sunday School. Purpose-To avoid inferiority com- plex. Requirements for Membership: a Ability to grow a mustache. b Preserve their air of sophistication even when called upon the carpet. c Have the fee for renting a tux. ,A - Min 'E Nall PHI SIGMA EPSILON This is Greek for Particular Seldom Ever. Founded in a Pool Hall. Purpose-To pledge any man who might hold office. Requirements for Membership: a Be in school. b Broad shoulders, so can carry burdens of the institution. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA A Three Greek letters meaning Some Swindling Schemers. Founded in Candyland. Purpose-To form coalitions with In- dependents. Requirements for Membership: a Must have man, boycott or not. b Must be affiliated with gold miners' union. ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA This is Greek for All Snooty Abnor- malites. Founded in Heaven. Purpose-To high-hat the universe. Requirements for Membership: a A car and a check book. b Pair of low-heeled oxfords. if l asf.. Syl' s g f - Mi E PI KAPPA SIGMA Three Greek letters meaning People Kill Such. Founded in the dark. Purpose-We wonder. ' Requirements for Membership: a Must be a simple country maiden. b To date boys in both frats at the same time. DELTA SIGMA EPSILON This is Greek for Dates Simply Escap'us. Founded in Iniquity. Purpose-To endorse Dutch Dates. Requirements for Membership: a 99 and 99!100fZ, pure. i b They gotta have sumpin'-Just any- thing. ' THETA SIGMA UPSILON Three Greek letters meaning They Soar Upward. Founded at Pertle Springs. Purpose-To pledge members who won't pet. . Requirements for Membership: a Membership in Canearies. b Sterling Christian character. ARR' GPH 'RMACY THE NYAL SERVICE DRUG STORE 'PHONE 2II CORNER PINE AND HOLDEN STS. FREE, PROMPT DELIVERY SCHODL SUPPLIES DRUGS AND DRUG SUNDRIES We Want the Student: to Feel at Home Here Page 1 194 I ii ii ii U 4 l'. If 5 ., 1 : lv , J bl' qi uw Y I lf. in 'ff L f I , il, li -z I 1 uk -...--""":il L fr.-ti 1 K 4 .H - I. S zationj strangl life of ' life do' wholly noble-r dents, organi' as "Tp of the Pu in the are con ing bai clean t tions o QW heterog that "T and it ' ical scr assert t school ' Di: longer by thel body w themsel nently only ho mired i In were fo had bee of years of brill hams, c Thi huge ro striped acquirec seen in hung on nent atl "F1acky Pag e195 ,......2 " . ..- ------- --- ,.,,-H -...-. ,-. e-. - ..,-gr' ' : .:--,l,:- ' I INDEPENDENT PARTY i Abnor' . I. P. stands for Insurgent Proletariat I I Q ' Seeing that the Greek letter organi- i WCFSG- zations of the school had obtained such a stranglehold upon all the social and political life of the institution, dragging the school life down with them by filling offices with wholly incompetent people, a group of noble-minded, public-spirited young stu- dents, desiring to remedy the situation, organized themselves into a party known as "The Independents," embracing none , - of the faults of the old regime. Ive Appreclate the GooD WILL fl as well as the H! 7 BUSINESS gfjlfjlii Q6 which comes to us from g People i PR , both teachers and stu- f I , lg ffelt l k dents ofthe C. M. s. T. uc. P x.J ' den. Q u the same Pure in motive and with a firm belief in the principle that all "non-Greeks" . are considered free and equal, this crusad- N mg banfi Of YQUHEZ martyrs Swept to H We Striw Earnfstly to be' Worthy Simply clean triumph in the all-important elec- tions of January. X Quite naturally this fine upstanding Dates- heterogeneous organization should feel , that "To the 'victors belong the spoils," Q , and it was no surprise to competent polit- , ust any' ical scribes that they should immediately assert that they had a 99-year lease on the 4 Q school with the campus thrown in. Wa775n5bu7g 5 SZZVZ5 ,N Th Discovering that the school was no ng ev longer supported, controlled and owned by the State, the members of the student ,ers who body who are not ' Indep have resigned NEWEST STYLES FIRST themselves to the enviable fate of perma- nently blacking 't76" boots, and their only hope in life is that the boots become mired in quicksand in the near future. Sho? H575 and S55 for Youfffff X - . In the all-important ruins of Crete -Nl i were found fragments of clothing which ' had been preserved through the thousands J ' of years. These included bits of fine linen, S H . ' J .I of brilliant-colored silks, cottons, ging- ' hams, calicos and rayons. BOSTONIANS FOR MEN Y The most startling discovery was a ' huge roll of the familiar blue-and-white- WARRENSBURG, IVIO. TS. ' striped bedticking which was laboriously V j acquired by the UW" Club and can be . seen in the hall in the form of overalls ' Oot DRIES hung on the strutting figures of all promi- Wg Fit thg Narrow nent athletes, including "Swat" Vest and Smafi SfL06.S' 6L7'Ld HOSZ67y "Flacky" VVilder. 1--l 4 page194 Page 195 NW, J ,gi 4 ..,.,-2- --- 1 'N-7. 51. -1. ?-X 1 5 L L .nk ., Kas 1 l . . . vc . Jififrl-ff av. , I 1 I l HW" CLUB SILVER MASK CLUB DI There are organizations and there We .GPC 1151113 22 DSW YQFH1 when are organizations, but there is no we Wflte Of 'Ch1S 1Ufll1CU'f131, Paffl- Organiiation like the "VV" Club- otic, and charitable organization. This group possesses the happy IIN 500311, CICQF Qeadef, it 'iS U3 faculty ofexisting and existing and Gh.0St Q1'gf'1U1ZaU011- If Was 6?- continuing to exist without having 'C3bl1ShCd lfl SCCFCCYI. If ODQFHICS 111 Astnl to be annoyed by Such a thing as 3 secrecy, and .detectives are now tu meeting. Why hold meetings when SC211'Ch1U8f for lf- officers can be elected, policies de- Silen termined, and people shot by ,, 3 . . DL Sp merely talking about It. It was 1 TX the thought in some circles Cguess Cl' ' xl TH u I whichy that when Glenn Snider , ,jgjfy lf- Br1ll1 became an honorary member-of the Q, A ,r Sa! club that something would be done - ffi Z but it is rumored that he always Lexir wanted to talk so much that the THE Y. M. C. A. other and more burly members of Extremely active in school life, as the organization refused to listen is easily understood when we per- Soutl because they have a naturally ceive that they have had four dez antagonistic attitude toward any- meetings and given one program thing .smacking of the "intelli- during the past year. They have P . gentsiaf' committees on every branch of em: However, let us take this oppor- campus activity, but the chairmen iw tunity to congratulate the "W" of these same committees were al Club because we admire anything unaware of their existence when that is while it appears not to be. quizzed by reporters. Depr4 ang ' S twc I . Love- , I pro has stood the acid test for SAFETY OF INVESTMENT, Q abil SECURITY OF INCOME, and PROTECTION during the beI national crisis. It is one investment that has not depreciated. Every claim against it has been met without delay or depreciation. f Frank Policies for every need: N Juvenile Insurance for the Children I 2223 Educational Policies to guarantee a College Course, and I All forms of Life, Endowment, Term and Annuity Con- tracts to protect the home and business. Kansas City Life Insurance Co. - Home Oflice, 35zo Broadway Scand A I KANSAS CITY MISSOURI Per' J. B. REYNOLDS, President C. N. SEARS, Secrztary Peffin l I M page196 Page 197 ' l A l I-Z,,,..-1-" 'ls I l WY.. . ..,- -YZISE .T- VB n when , patri- ization. t is a was es- 'ates in 'e now llife, as we per- d four irogram :y have nch of iairmen s were 3 when lENT, ig the ziated. lation. s .nd Dn- So. crezfary Page 196 7--V -- - - -v ----- -- -- -.-L Y--.- ,.f,. , DICTIONARY OF C. M. S. T. C. Kibitzer-One who makes use of 'lLeap Year" when it's out of season. I -J. COLLINS. Astronomy-just a golden oppor- tunity. ' -ELLEN GALI,ONVAY. Silence-The sauce that softens the spice of life. -B. LYNCH. Brilliance-The less a man has to say the louder he talks. -PEANUT SHELTON. Lexington-College boys delight. V-J. BRANDON. South Street-Phi Sigs former ren- dezvous. E. HANNAN 8z H. O,DELT,. Persistence-A boy who goes and goes and goes after all others have quit. -F. KIRKPATRICK. Depression-What causes two frats and five sororities to give only two formals. Love-A feeling that sometime prompts a woman to be miser- able with one man rather than be happy with another. -D. GRIFFITH. Frankenroy's-A place to eat and --------ml Nature Study-The most popular course offered in the Spring term. 1 J fur' Scandal-What often happens at Pertle Springs. -BODENHAMER. Petting-just getting together. -P. LOONEY. RUSSELL BROTHER 53 . Compliments of RUSSELL BROTHERS Coast to Coast --X Pure ,K Wholesome Xi! my mt W ' .Exclusive Agent College Shoppe PHONE No. 5 WE DELIVER Page 197 ' r the l -X 1l-M ,. ,R . e . M .v.-K: . L ,ur Mfr . A 9 if el 537' 2 ' E535 fwgf ox fgkff ' fi . ... .l i.ffQ . , . .. f. ... S 'A f -f Q' A! V5 ffl' ' 1 Q 91232. . 551 r . Q A I Ji, .4 3 .nd un ax ji ' .fffrll jlf' fb, l 1- .' I 2715? . ' 5333? .Inf I Q ff . 2. 4 A 9 . A 152 .ll L -2- lf A 5 N' ' I, .fl ry 5+ 'Pe 2 fllll pv vv ill! 5 if W .. ' ' 1- Vi. tritium 1,221 iv. ".. Elgf ng' Aff' f BANK- il 2 0 I Ri ' ',"1f'6"' 152,571-. . , 'T?U'f11T11f'7' '1 ,V"' l ' 551 251251-V " i 5' 1,""'e1h'1x:ff ,,..,,,.-,' - , f 'v,, I J ' f W , . ,, A 4- ..... ....,............. . , I '- ,-Ig--5f:,""-,.4"' rv-.g1f3f:fx"l '- .11 :w'mfxczxfwffcfzzzracwznffawcq-,ff 'mr' f' . ur 41: K. -. STRONG - PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL. . SIO0,000.00 SURPLUS. . . . . 130,000.00 College Depository Page 198 a. .,,... .. rather No the ave student: purpose the leas- Thus w in copy faculty ceased "cutting here an will not fair cam Am which w nations, - in the a form of mere pe bor doe: How from ou shall nc continue Page I 99 xl .aaM.k"-.. .. .... S ,........ . "i ' "itfh'11BzSi l E I I I . I I I I I il I I E I 1 Page 198 -5-. ,- .... .- STUDENTS The general attitude of our faculty toward the student body is one of kind condescension rather than of stern condemnation. EVERYTHING NEW 1 in MAGAZINES ,asf 'F fi!! r NK ! t-x - .' .M,M YQ EVERYTHING GOOD Now it is a universally accepted truth that 'Ln the average student comes to this school, as other students go to other schools with the avowed purpose of doing as little as possible and getting the least from the little that they do accomplish. Thus we find that students have no compunction in ' t b lt d th m b f 'EATS AND DRINKS copying no e oo 's, an e em ers o our faculty who are wise in the ways of the world have ceased requiring them. What is vulgarly known as ' "cutting" classes has become an established custom here and it is our earnest hope that many moons - will not pass ere it will be a firm tradition on our fair campus. fi ' Among our lesser evils is an acquired trait C O N F E LJ T I O N E which we all possess, of copying on all of our exami- nations, and some students have become scientists in the accumulation of specific data whether inffthe x orm of copious notes, handwriting on the cu or mere peeking at the neighbor's answers if the neigh- I O4 ST' PHONE I bor doesn't beat him to it. However, we have sent many brilliant students from our institution and we see no reason why we shall. not in the future as long as such practices continue. WARRENSBURG, MO. STEAKS CI-IOPS IDEAL CAFE SO DIFFERENT 126 NORTH HOLDEAN F oimtairi Service FISH OYSTERS WE DELIVER WE DELIVER arrensburg Fruit Compan Home of Fresh Fruits cmd Vegetables PHONE 6I6 QO4 N. HOLDEN DAVE S. SILVERIVIAN LOUIS P. WE DELIVER WE DELIVER Page I99 FADEPROOF MIDDISHADE THE SPECIALIZED BLUE SUIT clzf WI LCOXI N BROTHERS PIONEER CASH CLOTHIERS .SG WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI f pf CAMPUS lf I COUPLES VU Leinweber-Beckwith Short-Fairchild Schaufert-Kirkpatrick Blair-Gibbs - Marr-Morris ' Watts-Iayneh Griffith-Foster Hoover-Coolidge Zeysing-Brandon Matlock-Griggs Vlfahrnhoff-George Consolver-Red Smith Eckhoff-Snider Fagan-? P P Padgett-Patterson Tucker-Johnson Adams-Williams Broyles-Owens Roselle-Woodstock ,Z I I - A1217 I L 5 W J D D. J. KNUEPPEL Photographer It has been a pleasure to make the photographs for this publication and We wish to express our gratefulness to the faculty and students for their confidence 7 and splendid co-operation. Knueppel's Portrait Studio I . Home of Fine Photographs WARRENSBURG, 'MISSOURI Page 200 A-,,,.e' , ,W Bel Ha Bal Freela Heber Smiths Eichm 1132. Sm row Creelj Lowe- Mullin Meyer Peanu I Page 201 :ws "'r I 1 I lg : , , , , ,.A.,...... l f f 1 1 1 1 L I 1 Page 200 l N I CAMPUS COUPLES U , NATIONAL BANK X Under Government Supervision Merriber of Q I FEDERAL RESERVE BANK Bayellandes IQ?-ffm? J CAPITAL AND SURPLUS Hall-Johnson KJ U ."',,I' K SI80,000.00 Benn-Jones Halford-Tuttle P O1'MOFfIS ? L. A--,,,:--'J-"""""'e5 Ballew-Brown g g DOW-Brullan ' Hagemeyer-Hageman Freeland-But-Chfaeld T 5-,NAIl0N3A-LS Heberling-Salisbury TL Smith-Devaul t I 4 Eichman-Johnson , V.A:1-1' , '21- mi 3 E. Smith-P P P I 3 'x - Brown-Young A NES' 'nnnlk 5 .af Creel-Oglesby .13 5 ' Lowe-Carter ' P - wb f Mullins-Beals it 7 Meyer-Youree . X Peanut Shelton-? ? ? Who is ir, Home Of Chwrw Clovk Peanut? II7 NORTH HOLDEN STREET Vernal Drug Company Registered Pharmacists FREE DELIVERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES, FOUNTAIN PENS, STATIONERY SUNDRIES, TOILETRIES, LEATHER GOODS, PAINTS, ARTISTS, SUPPLIES W e Give Eagle Discoitrtt Stamps 3 DIXIE CLEA ER J. L. ESSIG N ext to Star Theatre PHONE 333 WARRENSBURG, MO. Page 201 lf., , , T, .. Milli EYE., A 4-1 na Rl Qi PUWELL Studio ss The Home of Fine Photography .SG STUDENT PATRONAGE. APPRECIATED A WHY WE CAME TO C. M. S. T. C. Bob Morris-To get away from city women. Kenneth Allmon-"To love only one girl." "VVitch" Boston-For a big he-man. Irvin Laughlin-TO learn to associate with women Without marrying any one of them. Mibbs Golding-To become the A'Campus Fairy." Herbert Kelso-To crash "Leap Year" dances. Ted Fagan-To run for May Queen. Chet Coolidge-For high blond-pressure. Mary Lue Hall-To attend wild dances. I I J Mildred Hanthorn-To succeed her father. Herbert Patterson-For the Christian at- mosphere. Frank Kercheval-For roses from the debate coach. City Steam Laundry S H 0 E S Laundry-Wafhed Clothef of Gudfd Hfdlfh ' I PHONE IOOO QUALITY V WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI , Shoe Company WE FEATURE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CLOTHING, FURNISHIING GOODS AND HATS FOR YOUNG MEN There is nosubstitute for QUALITY Thrailkill Company One-Price Clothiers , "TONY" WARRENSBURG, MO. 4'BOB" Page 202 I . .nz-,,..i' .-........, 11 prin not i of tl abil gani its ll fof u annl Sign and 0.1 KRAF1 f C E f Q , P31157 s TISHING CCBOBH 1 1 g , " -W --- 3:3 an firifni M The value of any School Annual printing andihinding contract lies not in specifications alone. Back of these must he inclination and ability to give the hest. This or- ganization has definitely proven its highstandarals through years of undeniable leadership in fine annual production in America. Signing a 66Kraft-Builti' printing and binding contract is the logical act of a sagacious staff. 40? Botz-Ilugh Stephens Press KIQRAFT-BUILT SCIl00L ANNUALS-JEFFERSGN CITY, 310. X ""uLf,l. I XNTHY NVE CAME TO C. M. S. T. C. big fl" tx I' ' Ui, at E Bob Ashhurst-To linger after class and talk to my teacher. ' Helen Goodwillie-To become a college graduate. Lisle Denny-To call every girl in school 'tsweetheart !" "HiIgey" O'Dell-To become a stage star. Glenn Snider-To become a high-pressure promoter. Bill Rice-To become a "golden-voiced sop. John Dixon-To discuss athletics with the A laymen. Dorothy McCutcheon-To raise "gold- Hsh" in the sorority house. Kathryn Marr-To know her "guy." I. Danielson--To learn to use hairnets. Wahnita Zeysing-To become "Zasu's" If Itls Printed, Will Print It With Quality and Service ss Standard-Herald tStar'Il1eatre MATINEE. at 2:30 Every Day Night 7:00 and 9:00 We.thahk the Stuciartts for their double. - P CW 0116185 THE YEAR AROUND WE A GENERAL ELECTRIC SGLICIT REFRIGERATUR YOUR and an MAIL L. at H. ELECTRIC RANGE QRDERS A pair that will con- tribute immeasurably to the enjoyment of your kitchenf The Missouri Public Service Company WARRENSBURG, NIO. THE COLLEGE STORE If It'5 Und in School, W5 Have It P ge 203 3 ' The last page is done. Gur tired, sticky, and nerveless hands drop listlessly from the glue pot-and trimming knife. The clatter of typewriters is no more. Once again the Rhetor office may resemble something other than a wastepaper basket and Mr. Harris will lessen his labors two hours daily in the attempt to keep it swept as an office should be. The twelfth hour has come and with it vanishes the nightmare involving copy, proof and sales that comes to every editor. The last page is in, and to you we tender the results of the tireless efforts of just another Rhetor staff. We offer no apologies for our mistakes, because a Rhetor is complete before we really learn our job. ' We are done! At what price completion? It has cost us sevenand one-half hours' credit in this college and a once meek and serene disposition has vanished along with some good things of the Hesh, including a greater or lesser amount of pigment in our now rapidly thinning hair. Verily, we love our Rhetor, for to its good we sacrificed our only-begotten courses that its pages might be fruitful and multiply. The last page is completed. Its completion has not been entirely without joy and rare glimpses of school life. Popu- l a r i t y candidates who had only smiles and friendliness for I2 J ' 15 ,if X x R L -fy' . . .F us in January pass us in May with' dis- interested greetings, if any. Victims of our unrefined attack in the Bray are daily becoming more and more pugnacious. Seniors whose ma- jors, degrees, names and home town are wrong are more and more filled with disgust over their choice in the fall. The last page done -and we extend our thanks to: Mr. Seward of Burger-Baird Engraving Company and Mr. Bassman of Botzfl-Iugh Stephens Printing Company, our photographers for their co-operation, the faculty members of C. M. S. T. C. for their aid and suggestiong .we thank all who have helped us and to whom thanks are due, and, above all, we thank the Lord that we are done! To all future Rhetor editors we extend greetings. Some people attend school, some work, others play, some do both, and annually one is sentenced to confinement in the Rhetor office. THE EDITOR. Page 204 l r I Q , x 5 , has usa' J ,ffm 4162 9 if f 2, K E 'hr M ! .-9"1' Wg Xx. Q s vu!-I div, In LJ vim lx yuh Q KI X? .-1, Ni 3 -- mb u M-5 -4kA..'JV' AM - "'Sf:IE, NMLA. Q.. ,Q X C J A '47 1, jl+22f2l5', 42 M-C115 9 -"'E2':jgf 1 F I Ai' Qfk ..-5 x vii' CW. jill aueoun - Salaam- s.1n - A13 IIEIIEIEIII 5 Xl!! I I' 32'-if'-., "L sf G 5, 1 4' iz . 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