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

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V H- -ve -rm - ' M M:--fmt ,, - TUDENTS We believe that the Rhetor is your book, and that you are ready to have many changes made in it. This book is different from those that students here have published in the past. lt is unconventional in de- sign and contents, following the most modern tendencies in yearbook publication. We have tried to think always of what you would like, and the design of the book is based on an effort to follow the lines of student thought and interest through a year at C. M. S. T. C. We cannot hope that every one of you will like all changes that we have made. We sincerely trust, however, that each of you will find much of your book as you would have asked that it be done this year of l938. I' 'S .avvn 25' 59 ' is A :fir Si Q3 52 QA- Ax .if fn: -'Y-fi-s 1-'41 1 Q J e -MQF we I , 'His 4' IN ME 3 9' QQ! ,gr 1. Ss? V rg , x X E MQRIAM Walter E. Morrow Conrad l-l. Bothwell Daniel l-loeler Neil Wheatley r x 1 i I ze 4 I if is aw, , 40 ' 'W 1 X 0 1 W rw, lf lv Ray, his 'uf 1 'Y if fgvr Q9 0 Qld X ik.. sl ,f'-if gg. -1 4 i c,v J' .fx 5' nf n.,mmm: wfmiaw-521.5ft-.?.i.ftw.ew HZWYH "TT" " T i 7 CDFTEN MET FIRST A room A place to eat Assurance ot a place ln the soclety of C M S T C The newcomer to the campus lS anxlous and, ln spite ot the neatly rolled hlgh school dlploma a lolt unsure Mrs O L l-Touts, clean of Women helps Wlth these essentlals and the boy or glrl from the old home town blossoms 1nto a cocky college freshman A ...- , . 19':?if'1 T -flwfrfaeaffbifrsss-:fiw'.J'tw - ' ft f 'ff' . -. 3111 NCT THE TYPE College novels, college stories, and movies, usually depict the dean as a fearsome and awful being who interferes with putting a cow in the chapel and Writes letters home to Worry parents about grades Which should be better. Our fresh- man may be disappointed when he meets Dr. Ralph C. Bedell, dean of the faculty and director of student personnel. l-le doesn't conform to the type. Miss Donna Alger, secretary to the dean, doesn't con- form either. The freshman loses faith in the deans of college novels about the time he loses his high school pin. T +ff N --,yi I M. 'fn -0 :sg ,I nf: ,gg .. no n 21' "' C C ' BQK , ig., no ou 'au Q s Quan 2'::I:1 ' on u 'N' Y .on, , , o an -2 , f::':9z1 va:-: 'us' up 'S , 1 QR? SE: at ug' '49, 3 .., 'Jai . !:o:. 0'3" fn'o' ,Q . . .. , o n lg :fri U' I' 0:40 5'0- Jo. ., 'Q , , P. VI WZ! Q51 5. 'F x L ab. X Q 1 n 'A .- O A' I fel gs 0. gain' 'qc' ans u Q. sa' -rfb- sir 'v I f J X C 'a u . 1, C, h 2359? if XX ix A Xl 5 Ss. x B F X X. X X my N .X X -X , , 1,.+- N lx. Q , , qs -t V X X.. X X 1-Wmm.,:.g..:gmn...:.1n,..:.1...g.g,g.g.:.g.:,5,:.V.-..4:.a.....1i:.,f,g,,.1,g.E.:.Q.g,5i A X ,AIA Q Q m I3 9. 5, :v OHIO OIUKD S19 FQ, "' O-I3 Hr' go Qi QS is 5741 M? 'DQ Q T4 on "1 Q Q U1 :v Q 2 D' FD Q QQ 5. 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W r ,lt is a peculiar taste which leads many folks to have a fancy for the smell of grease paint, but there is no doubt of its existence, and no doubt either but that it can only be satisfied by a deluge of false whiskers, wigs, borrowed stage furniture, and boxes from the costumer. The big auditorium in Hen- dricks l-lall offers the opportunity that ama- teur Thespians are always looking for, and much of the time some group is preparing for a production there. "lVlERELYl , ' . P. if ' '5-rfb. 13 it- EP'-.I-51-'?f1i.,,3vgig. 13573:gggagzg'55g,5gg,jggtggg,g.g:g.gg,ggA. ..":-:-mm-ur -. ..,u,.- ,,,. ,,., W , . , , ,, , . ,..,i'.u,uu.4-QWQ44-sian ""aaaau-names-ee-as-ima ' ,1s,mae "' A I h ,m 3. , i . , ,.s?i?3'2?55F2iv33STH? , , '2h,,f, tl3Z' ' ,, f' 5g,t '4nfg:ifgH RQ N Page 18 Y PLAYERS , " 'iff ' fi ' ' s 3 Page 19 I G 1 45 I 5 I I S 3 1 2 K I I r I r I i E a I 4 I i 5 4 I E i i Q 1 V Q Q 3 E , r 5 1 f A . P ri '1' W ff . P . I 1 ,gffag Q 1' Q f f 'tm 't""""""' .i BEHIND FQGTLTGHTS The leading lady and lead- ing man oi the senior play in high school may continue their careers on the boards by joining the Amadrams at C. M. S. T. C. This organization is open to all students inter- ested in dramatics. The high lights ol their program tor the year were productions oi 'lThe Enemy" and l'The School tor Scandal". Miss Leone West- over is the sponsor ot the organization, and Richard Winsborough is president. The other oilicers are Mary Io Foster, Olen Nance and Roy Latimer. A:l71":'l-7 - A xiii' 'ftfiiiiffi IFFSh'I:.:i:.7:'3'5':: r, . b 1---' .f- -4- L- eh-I1 hmlhaLvild-iidnnfiw n-511-ig.ig3.,5ggigi2gg5g,: ', g '- "' " "f' - glam i g 4 fdlgflg ,,p,gfgfgF 'Eil, MTSTEP CHAIRMAN' Words Well spoken have a charm ot their own-the Pi Kappa Delta keys prove it. Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic fraternity, is re- garded as 'more or less a standardizing agency for speech Work in American Colleges. The national con- vention, some hundreds strong, was held this year in Topeka, Kansas. Participa- tion in inter-college deloates, oratorical or extempore speaking contests consti- tutes membership qualifica- tions. Bob Poster was presi- dent oi the group this year.. Q r' .f,. ici, -A if .iK5'f' j' i 'NNN'-H 'dwwn 'NF' i l if 'rx-'rflgd n':H1:'..:h.x...: Most students take some foreign language for many different reasons. Some plan to travel, some expect to use it in their business life, and still others may think to impress the folks back home by coloring their conver- sation With a casual Hguien sabe" or "Mon Dieu". Whatever his reasons for studying a language, a student will find it a very interesting field. Miss Anne Harris, who teaches the French and German classes, is head of the department. Miss Elizabeth Callaway, associate teacher, has charge of the Spanish and Latin divisions. M ' 'wiif-545385 S, :T ' CDTHER Elizabeth Callaway Anne G. Harris n'n' X V K iw- www,-.:-Q-.w,.V, j-.W iffy' iziglfttg 'Z ':- 1-1-.Sig L " 'A Page 22 LAN GUAGES The Foreign Language Club is popular with many students as a result ot the tact that its meetings provide excellent prac- tice in speaking a language combined with a social good time. They give opportunity tor broadening one's knowledge of a language in a manner that cannot be accomplished in classes. President Mary Louise Baker presides over the informal meetings which are spent in playing games of the various countries. Everybody has a good time including the instructors. Vx .xv--s ii .?!' Ii 4 t, 1 4 i W 1 . Il ! .wg ' M X , fs 'ti 1 ,. . 5' , t .E 3' 1 I: i I I ijp it t 1 , . it Mitsumi , r , is s We-1 r ,.1 ' .1 ,: g'afwgwzs-mg1:g5i1aggii's--m'-"--'-W'-M-'W'-"'-""" ' f-rf ., t L.5iH55S.5'i? s1.:a , mt?:s:s 4s .i??i'-1""f5?f?3E?iM'ta .3ieti .is3s2e:s5.emeifgillafihs. -eff, ist' AstqrtrmuwtQutattiruietfimtrtfiaffz.-me, fl: PHYSICS AND Here We hdve the opportunity to relive the vivid excitement of Newton, Gcdiieo, Edison cfnd other fotrnous scientists When they performed their history-motking eX- perirnents dnd' discovered, for the benefit ot rnotnkind, thcft ofppies fdii becofuse ot grotvity, dn otrtificiod sun is diwcrys pres- ent, otnd thort vveorther corn toe predicted by rnedns of mercury in CI gidss tube. Dr. Wilson C. Morris tectches otil the cidsses in the physics depccrtrnentg D CHElVllSTlQY Prof. Earl Foster claims to have invented the sandwich method of teaching. A knowledge of chemistry is the meat in the sandwichf and the earnest and capable stu- dent finds it decidedly fill- ing. As to those who take the course for credit only, Professor Foster observes that it can be made "non- partisan, non-sectarian, and practically non-chem- ical." 5 ' 'V' ' B11QDs-- BEES BoNEs Dr. E. A. Cockefair of the biology department teaches us how many bones there are in our, bo-dies-and other things. Miss Maude Nattinger teaches us to tell a jaybird from, a robin-and other things. It's an interesting place to visit, especially if you like to look at stuffed birds, butterflies on pins, and pickled frogs. There's a legend that live snakes from this depart- ment used to get loose occa- sionally and Wander down to the home economics labora- tories, but We were unable to confirm this story at the time of going to pressf this Mrwfftz-it,-at fp THEY SEEK TRUTH The Science Club never receives the publicity it should since it meets on Monday evenings just after the cleacl line tor news for the student paper. Nevertheless, its members are loud in its praise and faithful in attendance at meetings. They usually fea- ture a speaker on some scientific topic and have in the past been responsible for bringing an occasional lecturer on scien- titic matters to Warrensburg. Membership in the club is open to all students who have a leaning toward science in any of its phases. Q11 'r""""' 'QEEWW "CH-t"f1'+?"fWt"tt1'm W -. "2 f'IF'Z5tF"'m"' ' im" HTH THE PAST A Question: ln what department are the largest classes? Answer: History. Question: Why? A Answer: Because ot the univer- sal interest in history and current problems. Not only that, but Dr. Fred Calvert, head ot the depart- ment, and his corps of associates, Miss Edith Howard, Mr. R. F. Wood, and Dr. Oscar Marti, know how to make their courses in his- tory, government, and interna- tional relations really live for twentieth century students, no matter what their major fields ot interest may loe. Mr. A. L. Foster is assistant in the department. Fred W. Calvert R. P. Wood A O. A. Marti TAND Tl-IE PRESENT As an outgrowth of the course in international relations, We have the International Relations Club spon- sored by Professor Rolla F. 'Wood and led by lames Moore. Other offi- cers of the club are D. C. Gnagy, Betty Knox and Katherine B. Davis. This year's developments in China, Austria, Spain and England have given the club unusual opportuni- ties to study the world at large when it was anything but dull and static. The Club was organized this year and' is affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Its purpose is to foster friendly rela- tions With other countries and dis- cuss World problems. Edith -Howard A. L. Foster International Relations Club officers iw? 3 . X., 'R ww, .5-J'-tum H5'PHf-1..,k1Li8'gg',,Y5'z1 '5! JMEThEib.E -if i MATHEMATICS P "Miss Daniels, does Mr. Urban have a class this hour?" is a gues- tion constantly asked Miss Eliza- beth Daniels who Works in the rnath office. She is assistant to Dr. larnes l-l. Scarborough, head of the department on leave of absence, in his capacity as state secretary ot the Knights Templar Educa- tional Foundation. Doctor Scar- borough has been heard from dur- ing the Winter, through Miss Dan- iels, trorn various resorts in the south Where he has visited. S PCR ALL The Euclidian Society also belongs to the math depart- ment. Fourteen students met this Winter and organized the club under the leadership of Prof. Paul DeVore, associate professor in the department, who now sponsors the organi- zation. Norbert Buck is presi- dent, Beatrice Melcher, vice- president, loe Gerken, treas- urer, and Mary Io Foster re- cords minutes. One of the members of the society is Prof. Fred W. Urban, acting head of the department in the absence of Doctor Scarborough. Mr. Urban is also managing sec- retary for the district teachers' association and chairman of the athletic committee for the five teachers colleges. Euclidian Society officers Paul DeVore Fred W. Urban LEARNING TCD C There is a great variety in the activities of the Women's physical education department. As evi- dence of this tact notice the pic- tures which show phases from the statistical business ot recording Weights to that ot the aesthetic tone ot modern dancing. Instruc- tion is in charge ot Miss Louise Martin, department head, and her associates, Miss Eloise Lemon, and Mrs. Marguerite Voltmer. Each specializes in some phase ot phys- ical education, and helps to make the six required quarters of ,gym as entertaining as possible. Eloise Lemon Louise Martin ,fm-, ,f 'L ' 'L "M" "'t""" " M" GKUW AND THRCDW 'xYou see girls, it you hold the ball right it's sure to do something im- portant when you let it go." Basketball is just one ot the many classes taught in the Womens physical education department. Next hour there will probably be a group ot sylph-like maidens trying to interpret the music ot yesterday into the dance ot today. ln order to keep in step with the militaristic tendencies ot the day, the girls are taught march- ing and stunts. ln the tall and spring the campus is spotted with blue- rompered figures belonging to the soccer, baseball and tennis classes. Margaret Larkin ' . .. . - - ,-- . , -....,.,.., ,...-.nw-.-,.w W-.1-Q-v . . - . . f -rw-f ' f 'H-rn: 4 'ln-.M fymgmz J fy rf1fff:5j5fQey ggzzznr- ' . ""E"""""" w 1 5- .wiwlw'v1:f:fb2'+'?.1'3'ds.i"ri.fei:f if L H WE H- The dance is a phase of art Which has enjoyed growing popularity in the past years. On our campus this fact is partly due to the efforts of Orchesis, dance organization. Under the tutelage of Miss Eloise Lemon, sponsor, the group presents some very attrac- tive dance recitals. ,The outstanding performance this year was the dance drama, "The luggler of Notre Dame." ln addition to this, Orchesis gives an annual revue of the vari- ous types of dances. CDRCI-lESlS Sl-IE PLAYS Mary Sherman E The Women's Athletic Asso- ciation has an important place in the physical education pro- gram for women on the campus. lt sponsors such activities asin- tramural tournaments in basket- ball, volley ball, and tennis, and such individual sports as hiking, archery, and swimming. W. A. A. awardsmsilver loving cups to some seniors, based on partici- pation and interest through four years of membership. This year the girls who received the award were Vera Mae Goodloe, presi- dent, and Virginia Dicus. The organization also sponsors some social activities, which include potluck suppers, picnics, teas, and a party in the tall for all new girls. ' --x' '1'?fQi:.fA:Q::":L:gfu-:Wiz1. 1.55. n.3z,.5!.'.-2.1. ,xml Ui , , . , '- ., rl, " , A , .I Ib, w r Y Y ,u.IV:L..J -it L ,lp 1 " 1. --M.. , ,.-..-i---M--.-f-.yu-.-,-5-..,.. .,1,,. , I I -' ' .Lil W- 1' 'sieac-is.I!.1..m4m.:. .Ls-TIM:'a-2152422241-1551554 121- ' 'u- BM , s WEIIMIHHIIEIIQLBI. Ia I 1 15 I ,YQ I I1 5 I F I i I I 5 I I f I gi. I I 2 I Ii I ,I 'l 1 E - 1 1 Ii 1 Ii I 3? II X, I 1 ' II II Gf 21 , II I , IE, II W I I . I I I ,1 I 1 I I I 'I K I I I I I . ,r.rc,z:. L, CI-IQSEN A ' hldlzvlgwg-Q' ' ' --ff.,---v -I-. .......,. . .. . . I am-in .a iu ihllmhw I 1.. , D , V ,. rgr gy g fgg -,Q QA ,.:! : d? .I KMFmmw.,.f,.h3 A S TEE LEADERQS I ing of the fall quarter: election of class officers. 'The results in the freshman class election were Leland Estes, president, and as assistants Nancy Ellen More- land, George Wood, and Iohn Deimer. The sophomore's choice for class president was Mack -Leabo. Gther sophomore offi- cers are Mary Beth Williams, Mary Sherman, and Thomas Benton Hollyman. Robert Foster was elected junior class presi- dent, along with Al Schrik, Olive Rogers, and Betty Knox in the other offices. The seniors chose Charles Roselle as their presi- dent, along with Al Schrilc, Olive ers, Virginia Dicus, and Kermit Bueker to fill the remaining offices. ' M.. " r L fi 'f7'f"'T""""':'f""" I . , -1.7-.-a....,,.........w-Q.,--.,,-.,,,.n.,N,... " 90" il' T43 WMI ,f-ma!-.21zezf'sie.1t3ifzet Qwf l m -L .,- PCDWER -- SPEED C Undeteated until the last game of the season, when Cape Girardeau's great unscored upon team eliminated them from the fourteen. undefeated and untied teams in the nation, the Mules were proved a great tootloall team with a successful season. ln the course of the year the Mules bowled over Tarkio, Kansas Wesleyan, Mary- Nelson Beasley ville, Rolla, Springfield, Central, and Kirksville, and then lost the MIAA championship for the sec- ond consecutive year in the last game. All games except those with Central and Cape Girardeau were played under lights at night. ?'M,.f.. .,., :L-2 CURAGE Behind the scenes there were hours of work and practice in the stadium and on the hill back of the president's home under the tutelage of Coach Carl Voltmer and Line Coach Nelson Beasley. Many are the bumps and bruises that the scrubs suffered, While, acting as cannon fodder for the varsity, in order that the Mules might have a championship contending gridiron club. Coaches Voltmer and Beasley drilled the team in fundamentals, defense and offense, until the shadows formed by War- rensburg's Well planned stadium had long since 'fallen across the field and the Cinder track, and the east side of the bowl. Carl D. Voltmer Hammer Brown I WE WANT A 'l Most of the credit for the successful season went to the boys out on the field, as it should. The long runs oflohnnie Brown, the snaring of passes by Harry Bapst and ArgyletWakeman, the blocking ot Van Hammer and Kenneth Yowell in the backfield, and Eugene Teegarden, Emerson Fowler and limmie Moore as guards provided team work that put the Mules out in front, but all plays started from the capable hands of Roy Borgstadt at center. Borgstadt, Brown, Hammer and Wakeman were placed on the honorable mention Little All-American team, and that four and Teegarden and Bapst were honored by all-MIAA berths. ,ffffl Xcegiff XN COG f EXXXOKX .Hook K . COYUGXX05 we 'Xl ow all UOXXQXI 'Y eaollden G P 5 . W Courker Spkcer Somoa Y ourxq W , ,f fm zfffff PGQS -,gravel 4 ' .unnwg-uns.. Minter C. Carr Bapst Kapke The l937 Season Teams Mules ' 9 Tarklo ............. Kansas Weslyan .... l4 Central ............ l5 Rolla ...... ---ZU Springfield -- .... l9 Maryville .......... 25 Klrksvllle .....-...,, l3 Cape Girardeau .... 6 Totals .... .... l 2l Oppo- nents 0 0 0 ne 0 7 6 2U 39 Wakeman Fowler Popalisky Krocker 1 V . -f , - 1.-r-'- 'r x V .-W -- . f.-,.f. trhfft' . -:+!f...f--P 1 ? , ...Q-yg,,,...,,,,-, .,.--,-, -f-f.--5-,v,4h,,,5,- ,, .-.M -1 1 YE-A-Al-ll TEAM! Next year the Mules will he with nut the services of nine of the 1937 sguad. The backheklloses speed and dnve nilianunen Bnwvn and Bapst. The line loses holding powei in Vansandt, Fowler, Moore, Tee- garden, Spicer, and it loses passing accuracy and defense with its loss of Borgstadt. The successful l937 season isla monument to their efforts as a team. They have given much time and effort to their Alma Mater. X1 xy ix Page 43 I1D Sibol Kraft Vansandt Borgstadt - Verlinch Lowe r r INAUGURATICN Perhaps the most lrnportant event thls year at C M S T C was the mauguratlon of George W1lllS Dlerner as n1nth presldent of the college on October 27 l937 The lnauguratlon under the d1rect1on of a faculty COII1I'l'l1llGG began at ten o clock The fac ulty tn caps and gowns followed by the entlre student body marched 1nto the aud1tor1um to wltness the lmpresslve ceremony After an address by Governor Lloyd C Stark the lnstallatlon charge by Colonel A M l-lltch the answer and maugural ad dress by Presldent Dlemer the guests of the day as well as the1r hosts had lunch 1n the b1g gym Presldent and Mrs Dlemer asslsted by representatlves of the campus organtzatlons held open house at the presldent s resldence ln the afternoon ln the evenlng several organlzatlon dlnners were held A vlctorlous football game and a vlctory dance f1n1shed the day 1 - ' 1 . . I I r ' - . , - I I . I I . . , " I I I ' ' I 1 . , .f . nz-3' . X , f X X f BOARD CF REGENTS The governing agency of the school, the board of regents, is appointed by the governor ot the state. Very much in the background, so far as student thought is concerned, their importance in the formulation ot the policies ot the school and its proper administration cannot be over emphasiied. At the beginning ot the year, the board con- sisted ot Daniel I-loefer ot Higginsville, Adolph Musser ot Holden, Colonel Ar- thur M. Hitch ot Boonville, Conrad Bothwell ot Sedalia, Iames A. Parks of Clinton, and Mrs. Charles E. Dewey ot Iefferson City, with the state superin- tendent ot schools, Lloyd King, as an ex-officio member. MIXED GREEKS ln order to settle their com- mon problems the sororities on the campus meet in an organization called Panhel- lenic. Naturally their busi- ness is not all serious, as is evidenced by the skirt swing sponsored by the group. This dance gave the girls an op- portunity to show the fellows what might be expected ot them on other occasions. The fraternities have a sim- ilar organization, lnter-Fra- ternity Council. This body sets up rules and standards which are followed in vary- ing degrees. 2.4.0 V Q5 fi--Z x ,, - ,, K . 'S hz , 4 W 4 C A '11 ' , , ,4 , . ',., V j ...it I' , its 'x Sl: . 1 y ,x Q10 44.1 LJ ALPI-IAS The Alpha Sigma Alpha girls claim that the outstanding characteristic of the sorority is a car, its name is Pat, and it is consistently present at every Alpha Sig social event. This means that it must attend at least four formal affairs and six informal affairs. each year. Charlotte Reidenback is head of the sorority. The other active members are the Misses Buek- er, lordan, lohns, Killian, Mc- Donald, Smith, Wilcoxin, King. The pledges are the Misses Barr, Hopkins and Smith. Miss Myrtle Downs is the faculty sponsor. l mm Mumlamzlmzsnf, , - -- Tl-IETAS There's no doubt about it-the Thetas are an up- and-coming group of young ladies. They've Won the scholarship cup for the second year, they've sponsored a car- nival and a benefit show besides performing their other social obligations. Miss Eloise Lemon and Margaret Larkin head this list of peppy girls-Dicus, Baird, Melcher, Thomp- son, Weigant, Bradshaw, Simmons, Kelley, Branch, Hatcher, Allen, Stephens, Sipes, Gwynn, Boop, I-Iachenberg, Castrop, Landseidal and Baker. 5 gs 5 ix. gs t it h X sl' - Q E I W6 it 4 2 JF 5. 1. A f ll ,I 4 '1'!7f:I:-:::f:1?:1'ft's.6r11. '-.-:gg-Qgsffg.-.ft-W . 7 -ups-g -- .- --. - ', A. L " ' 'Q - i. -D .. ' " ' f 'H ts-A--.mm-....mf--.-h..,...,.n.. " Q- .r , L 1 W ,'.5g4:,L3,L,,,, q.yiQ, fl-tgg:5gQ g -,355 ,wifi 53' .'ig5llI4'. Mr ' 3 . . F Q , l . 1 I jig il is ,J ,Elm its .2 I 1 , ' i 1 1 l l l 1 i ,Q 41 I 1, iv fi I 1. 1 ,I 1 1 'c 1 I 4 3 ,Q ,,. M 1 it i lt .V t. W X at ll E 4 it T! F 2 -:ff---ffl.: , , -- ,-mm m 'm mm' mm , , U- . ,qv-... M. , -, TRI SIGS They've taken their fun where they tound it. They've flirted and teased in their time. They've played the game 'larmyl high, wide and handsome. They sweep the school with their ideas, and sometimes it's a clean sweep. Not even Miss Gladys Cross, sponsor, and President Ianet Wood can suppress this mad, mad crowd including Carolyn Courtney, lo Eos- ter, l-lelen McCann, Olive Bogers, Ann Bateman, Emily Chaney, Eerne Ty- ler, Emma Starne, Betty Knox, lacgueline Stewart, Ora Lee Todd, Helen Wells, Dorothy Diemer, Vivian l-ledlund, Bobbye Foster, Lorraine Crillum, Lucille Edwards, Frances Hornbuckle, Shirley Shel- ton, Sally l-layes, Wilma Witcher, Betty Sallee, Marie Cochrane, Lola Bob Bice and Erancelia Burk. The Sigma Sigma Sigma chapter house is at 300 South l-lolden Street, and is well known in Warrens- lourg. Their telephone number is 448. Page 50 W DELTA STGS They had a burglar, or at least that is the impres- sion that many of the girls, who live in the chapter house at 305 South Hold- en, had one night during the last winter. Several of the girls were rudely awakened. They piled chairs against the doors and got out their shoes with the high heels to use against the big bad man. After a while, however, they had decided that no such luck could be had by the Deltas. Actives' and officers of Delta Sigma Epsilon are: Susanna Haber, presi- dent, Rose Marie Howard, vice-president, Louise Withers, treasurer, Wini- fred Harvey, secretary, Adah Foree, correspond- ing secretary, Opal Mc- Pherson, chaplain, Isa- belle Mosby, historian, Rebecca Alley, sergeant- at-arms, and Dorothy Read. Pledges are: Marie Collins, Lillian Lane, Georgetta Dierking, and Wilma Snodgrass. Miss Elizabeth Calloway is their sponsor, Pl KAPS The Pi Kappa Sigmas claim there hasn't really been much excitement around their place since the year their house caught tire twice, but it Wasn't caused by the girls smoking in bed. They live at 2l4 W. South Street and everyone loves them. Their active members include the Misses Tillman, Tackett, Iohnston, Sherman, Weiss, Miller and Zaring. Misses Williams, Carter, Pohl, Buckles, Newsam, Payne, Adams, Cassingham and Wyre are pledges. Esther Till- man is president. Page 52 'f-b - -V'-- -- :g i t H-ff 1- Wfi twftfffii SIG TAUS HThe northern lights have seen queer sights - but the queerest they ever did see-" How long ago did that dog die? The Sig Taus resurrected him again last night when they held initia- tion-or maybe it Wasn't- maybe it Was a rather an- cient Wiener they resur- rected. Active members are: Baldwin, Bird, Clark, Estes, Ferguson, Kroeck, Latimer, Hulsey, Rice, M. Rider, V. Rider, McQuitty, Webb, Ra- bius, Faris, Bezler, Longfel- low Williams Martin and Horton A .2 i I rv? r 'ra ?f"H"ful:5P'tl2,P' "'f'R"f"f'9"t!"l "' si sf-wr- E " E 3, t E- warm-5,3 - -m..-,-.. .,..-... .. M.--' P7722-.ae'xs:'Lc'13' --3:51. flcfzam 'f5.-:QW 35.1.-:.,.p. . . . 1 -K '- f- - 2 W - Qs.. , J . ,- :..4. 1.1...L.,i..... ..c:. ,L.s.1.. , Ag-7-1-I-131.191 ::a,g,:QQg3L' image.. .5542-Qgfilageieignpi b PHI SIGS One quart of shelled corn-one can oi molasses -one red rooster. The Phi Sigs had another big initiation. The active members oi lota Chapter Phi Sigma Epsilon are: Kermit Bueker, president, Bas- ham, Brenton, Brown, Buck, Bunce, Burlis, Cravens, Cull, Earle, Ellis, George, Gilmore, l-larrill, lflelman, Hollyman, l-luxol, lohnson, Leabo, Linton, Marshall, McCauley, -Nance, Page, Shaclceliord, Wilson, WiegersW,'Wilson, Winemiller, Zumwalt, l-l. Sode- ' C Sodeman Basham Diemer Daniel I-lar man, . -, , , , - mon,'Fleming, Koch, McClain, Pilgrim, Sweet, Wood, Corneliusi I L.....L1. lt l lx if W, f 4-ffff' L J Q H g i "T 7"'t " L'i1 : .-' 24 -? Esffi fff?-', 4 'g K 4- ff- LA- ----PHG5' -f5':h'73-..1.f.??21-ef,.., .,. ffllflf ,1hLmE-,gm ' '.1 faq' v i ii uw N4 1 RELAXATIGN 'A 1 11 H 'awww' Mwlfuuwma ' v 'W , . , Q -:fa U Q l ' r V g . 4 - w Q ,M W m 1 xg ., ig! A Q! 13' X . 1 wz, 1 lj 1 E 5 . A ly 535' E Ui' 5 Vw r lax: it U 55 U W 6 I A fi. 31 L11 swj Q, s vi I r 4 N E, v w ' ,Q w , , E ll ' , ' 5 1, i Q- 1 5 . y1m HAVE YCDU MET? "N o, President Diemer is out of town to-day. Can I make an appointment for you?" lt's Miss Winifred Else, the president's secretary, speaking. Her tasks are many and difficult, but she seems always to have an understand- ing reply for those Who would enter into the inner realm of Mr. Diemer's private office. She has proved a pleasant and efficient con- tact medium-between the president and the student body, and if for some reason you can- not see the president at the exact moment you demand, you are likely to change your plans happily, thanks to Miss Else. Medical examination blanks, vacci- nations, and then mumps. What will Miss Lucille Morgan have to contend with next? ln spite of all these trials and tribulations, she has time to take care of her other duties. At approxi- mately ten o'clock each morning she is besieged with telephone calls re- questing this, that, or the other excuse for this, that, or the other ailment. Dur- ing her office hours, Miss Morgan can tell you why you have that sore throat, or What to do for your headache. ln- cidentally, have you tried sleeping in her office to get out of that next lecture? 3 if "' A' W 1 1 ,,,, , A . J.:u.nLfixf:-ff.--nu: -gg.-gfa:Er5z,,ff:h?iz2:211?f-gs? -L1 Ii I f I r l a 1 f Wai 1 "I VE 1 3' El VI! 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'-Q-r?2p,z'f,f'7+" g -' my 331 -'gr' - 1 .V ' .a ngjfq - ',,1 i?i"Qif!!5!' - , -f .1.i'f'1'f' ::'!4'If4?-MH-5-f1:f.L:L-:N n1Q3f'r,gvfg.1"F5L4v'1jf-5 W ,,' j 111. P , PE 'S-'Ev "2 . Jun, --:: E 1 ,f rl 'A f ' 1- -M has . ,. Undef' 1. 4-Q---f"- Wlnter I .lx Y s if , 2 5' f! ,J ., xv ' - as - . i BUSINESS CDFFICE If you are sufficiently perse- vering, you Will discover a very efficient force in the business office. Your reception may be a little cool until they learn Wheth- er you want them to buy some- thing or are just looking around. The business office deals in all commodities from postage stamps to thousand dollar con- tracts. lt's no Wonder business secretary, Mr. D. E. Emery, and his assistant, Mr. George Brown, are so busy. They have a lot of Weight on their shoulders. Q44-f1c'i4,fgffyff f ,I , gglffwisiaxzfsfse ENRCDLLING We chat. We compare grades ot last quarter and vacation notes. The looys look over the new crop ot girls. Cbviously its registration time againl A new quarter is about to begin. Shall we make any resolutions this time? lust in- cidentally, with the help ot our advisors, we select courses for the new terrn. ,,,. . . . .,....s,,. , , --E' 1:3 -.- ,un ,- ' y.. t +f.:.:g1-211144:-15: 'L3,gg:. .. "" """ """""' -"""? 1 35-.L-f:g:.ifw::?4azr , f we-grqj:1,ifs:?isi:'g-ggqgxiwfier,-Q -- ECQNCDMICS Z We need offer no further comment on the head of this department, Mr. Clay Anderson, than to say that this book is dedicated to him. He and his associate, Mr. Roy Prewitt, have a real job 'these days trying to interpret for us the changes in the economic struc- ture of the World. We envy their ability to skip from what was to what is, and from what is to what may be. It's a real job, a young inan's job, to keep abreast ot the times today. 'Z'3'i?ffi'?"'f'f'f2fffffff7f5?17l'9 iii '?if'111tf1'f AND CCDMMERCE That constant peck-peck noise on the third tloor comes from the typing department. There, also, shorthand students take notes furiously to the dictation of Miss Myrtle Downs, asso- ciate professor in the department. Students who Wear blue, red, green, and purple hectograph ink under their nails and on their hands more than likely are in a class ot the corn- merce assistant, Miss Capitola Stark. Those funny little gadgets some typ- ists Wear over their ears are part ot the dictaphone that she teaches her students to use. Myrtle Downs Capitola Stark Typing Class .J- INDUSTR I If you can take enough indus- trial arts you ought to get together a pretty complete set of furniture by the time you graduate, and it might come in handy. That dream cottage you told her about might be designed in the mechanical drawing classes. Try your hand on some kitchen utensils in the metal department. ln other classes she could make some baskets, or even some rugs. Perhaps either of you could do a vase for the parlor, or at least a milk crock in a pot- tery class. Say, boy, this thing has possibilities! P AL ARTS Mr. Noel B. Grinstead is head of the department, and Mr. R. W. Smith is his associate. Pictures on the opposite page show various phases of Working in Wood. At the bottom of this page Professor Grinstead instructs a student in the use of the welding torch. ln other pictures we have a mold for metal cast- ing and a metal lathe. At the top of the page Professor Smith has his desk covered with toys made in an elemen- tary wood working class. Courses in industrial arts are constantly modified to conform to the changing needs of students enrolled in the department. + W WW, my f Iulia I-latz Ella Groenwold and class ART AND SCIENCE "Can you bake a cherry pie, Billy-boy?" That used to be a song. Now, it's a gues- tion on the final examination in food preparation. li you don't know the answer, see Miss Ella Groenwold. Or per- haps you want to design a new irock or make over a last spring's hat. i ln thott case, you'll want to enroll in a course with Miss lulia I-latz. Better try these courses, girls. Some of you may have some luck, and avoid being old maid school teachers. 1 IN THE HQME For those who toke their household orts seriously there's olwotys the Home Economics Fellowship otnd Kcrppo Omioron Phi. The Fellowship is sponsored by Miss Groenwold ond hos Mofrjorie Peredor os its heod. The oirn ot Koppor Ornicron Phi is the some os thot of the Home Economics Fellowship, furthering the best interests ot home economics. lt is of not- tionol honorotry so- ciety in the field with T ohotpters from the At- lontic to the Pofcitic. Moe Tronstrorn heods the list of executives here. li I 1 I ll ll I rl ,rp Cl! 1 r, .1 4. , 3 fra: 135 it 311. . . .,.. 5 'ui .la ,, J.. It ' .. v 'I - 1 i 4 , 1 . A .' Q X t 1 tl . 2 . I ' s ' 4 1 ' If f 1 , l l 1, 'l ily 1 1 I -if g .f J ll, , , ' ' - ' , ,L , g,f'f1L, , 1. ,h., i. , W ,5 ,,, :Q , Lp RM , H, ,um ---S ......,.....,.....,...,....,.,...... ?:F' ' L V+ ,E.g2 T'g-3: 'L355 - 3 --LHT::n::..qg1,:..1'a:z, .Q1."l'M-'QLZX'iliiiji-QL'-1W:.irw-:.:ihg,:,.'.rJ,'u,:P,','5 .ra"LF,j..'x::f."5.,L:f3l'1z:'5 .-,'f,.nff,. J' .,...-, CAN YCDU DRAW A C Most everyone likes to don a smock and mess with Water colors. Rare is the person Who has not attempted to draw or sketch, even it it has been kept a secret and practiced only in private. Courses in art ap- preciation, design, drawing or interior decoration are not beyond the skill ot the average student and are lots of fun besides. For thosestu- dents who aspire to be a second Rembrandt of Michelangelo, the art department Will help develop the hidden talent. Miss Gladys Goss is head ot the department and sponsor ot Beta Alpha, an honorary art fraternity. Miss Mary Foley is the a3sociate teacher. l J l 2 Pc '51 .AV 4 " " -V AgW-,,f , , . t i H-. , si., W. . ,N ,,,,,M,i fi-fee,-1' 1- " ,ref-1-we-,1 V.'-.,m 31f-:figt':g'gygg'f'L- Page 68 r :ax ' ,, - -'- - L , ,A K-Ag . :p , :,:.,.zi, ' , 'i1,. w,4.T.:Y. " . nh - 1 '5 " y"1 1 -1 31 2-it,2":,' ' STRAIGHT LINE? Pfrge 69 Y 41,811.- , wk --A- A -U V ' ' ,F-. ' .- ' ,Al " " " .-.--1....,........,v..v,..,,...,u..,.g.....,,.4. .,-, :ff -'u'r'7r:-rs.4,:4:- """r- E V SING AND Paul R1 Un ' H. Lesson Louise Schoen Page 70 .- .,.. -.1 " - " :f-lj ' . 4 .gf -.4i4p:u-i.1:..:..-LLL ' f fi a.31-15.2151 , 1 me - v--WHL, -' ..z-fi.. ..m-siifiefte,-s!Zfu,,g:,:azH BE HAPPY Page 71 Missouri farm boys and girls may have a chance tor a career at the Metropolitan Cpera Company some day since the middle-West United States has recently become music-conscious. The public schools are largely responsible tor this movement . . . music education has eX- panded as has no other educational field in the last decade. C. M. S. T. C.'s music department, headed by Prof. Paul R. Utt, has had an active part in this cultural growth. Stressing the practical teaching problems ot music education by actual participation in musical organizations has been the method ot this department. 't Don Essig Crescendo Club """' me "HI"""m'I""-I """TI""' 'I' I I ACTIVITIES CF I Students moryitcrke crdvonced Work in voice development under Pro- fessor Utt.. The glee club cmd chorus offer opportunities for ocquiring technique in chorctl Work os Well ds voludble stotge experience in the production of the otnnucfl operci. Gilbert cmd Sullivotn's "Mikado" was stcrged this yedr. To develop om orpprecicrtion ot fine music ond to bring music students together socicrlly, the Crescendo Club meets twice monthly. I . Whether it be piccolo or English horn, CI student mcry ledrn how to ploy it under the instruction ot Don Essig who is director ot the bctnd. Protctice in instrumental ensemble Work is given by both the bcrnd ond the orchestrct. Professor H. A. Losson is in cholrge ot violin instruction otnd is director ot the orchestrcf. Piotno is totught by Miss Louise Schoen. - W, ,. .W-3.75.5 t . . , . vi 1 '-f 4-f "'jif:,rf .' ffgmlgqff15' xlxtuzg Pctge 72 , , . . ,L,.1. v- ,,:, . 4 :.:,:j,'A-L,.::' ..L"'-ii --5737, ':f"1 5.-,f' " ' ff- 1 ,Q ,. ,,,, ,, , , Y' Q . Lvl.1.....'.,,.,,.,.. ., ,s,. Y. . V 1 K : -'dd ,M V 1,-yu 1. Y ,.,.,,,.4, . . W ,r , ,g4..,1 V..g2:.,L,,,.. MUSIC DEPARTMENT 1 AMGNG Tl-lE BUCKS No C. M. S. T. C. students education is stifled for a lack of books. on the contrary, the institution has a very exten- sive library of Well-chosen books. The library also offers an excellent place to study, and the fact that it is used for other purposes may be attri- buted to the ingenuity of the students. This condition makes it necessary for the library force to include in its duties that of disciplinarian, which office it fills cheerfully. Mr. Ward Edwards, the librarian, is also college chaplain. The Misses Olive Brown, Harriet Ford and Fern Gibson are as- sistant librarians. They are in turn helped by a corps of stu- dents. CANEARIES One group that's always there to give the Mules plenty of support is the Canearies drum and bugle corps. They are in attendance and drill at all home games and they go with the team whenever it's possible. Proof of their devo- tion is given in the hardships they suffered to go to Cape for the championship football game. The corps did a bit of pioneering when they drilled at Kansas City at the National Intercollegiate basketball tournament. With Mrs. Mar- guerite Voltmer for sponsor, Mary Louise Baker, president, and Virginia Dicus, drum.ma- jor, the corps couldn't go wrong. ,I J L' tx' , V it ll ta wi EQ I ei i Q lt Ag is tl V5 it ,. ill J, l Q . 1 A t ' a I ll l ,Blix lla .,, llli '?'?'T'I2F'fIEfEf!'f5r:r':w:tr:r:1:':r:' - 3. 'f' A fi fkilfi' 73 fi gi . firfi-1"'WEHY42+T1f' ff H '- ' ,- .'.....,... -l ,,.,,-.,.-- :.4:'..:.:1 " ' ' ' -' - i lt gl. ! ,....,,7.-.-- ..- . - MULE TEAM V . . '4 l ll 2 it, L. ' ll V f' ,U 1,1 -1 IE XX V . llqr 5 jigl ,, lflift T tall? A qgrgt ef' , . l . Q. f Vif . lf t P I ,N it gp, Consolation Champions, Oklahoma City U. lnvitational Tournament. MIAA Champions, second consecutive year. fl? A l National lntercollegiate Champions, second consecutive year. National A.A.U. Quarter-tinalists, two years. National A.A.U. College Champions. 41 - 1 ll ii . ' 15 A it in 2 l if 5 ll il l ,, Z Page 76 H .r ' ,,,, . , ,,,,,,,,- - ' fn , -l ' f 537535:ETIYETTVB-5?"fl-Ziffhf'L':zw'f'5g"Fj'4:-3 A n AND TEAMSTER l'Standing Room Only" has been the answer to all late corners tor seats at the varsity basketball games this year. The crowds at our basketball games have been big and sporting. Coach Tad Reid has been largely responsible for the size and type ot these sports crowds. Coach Reid resigned at the end of the basketball season, tor the posi- tion ot dean of men at Maryville. For thirteen years he has been coach and engineer on the campus. The Mules under Coach Reid have scored a point per playing minute the last tour years. Tad Reid Pflge 77 n t Liv 'Q QW 1 . fm ff "f -, A23 Qx Q V ' E fy B Z1 R xg" N - ' . , ,A 1 -7, , S 1 N Q Qt 5 gill Qt. A S l fi? ft .f:-u s a:-sei. 'f E Q1:+1- -- f 57'5 -1If A-4- If ' I Champions of the United States. That's the Mules. Meet the Champs around the page, beginning with All American Keth, honorable mention All-American Gibbs and Troutwine, Heller, Stemme, Kay, Foster, Cirrincione, Walker, Warnke, All-American Schneider, Blaine, Howard and honorable mention All-American Schrik. The Mules dropped a pre-season thriller to Southwestern, and Won the consolation bracket in the O. C. U. tourney, losing only to Arkansas U. The Mules played Without Schneider at Oklahoma City. In the MIAA they were the second undefeated team in the history of the conference, being challenged only by Maryville. ' 'fi ff I K M 1 if 4 Q ' WZ iff ir Qin .i W if YVY---'- ' 1 - 'L , . ,K . , .- F' -nl mmm-i-'A aa - a z-..' -I 4 He- A 25ifEf?25??'H'iI?2H?5ft??Z?l7:1 Y .,asm:. 7l::5.7le:l:al:lz-Zet a ? f' f a 'alll 4 Z li l a lf - -1--.ltL , .iii -fri-fvlrliw zrr-life:-121:-55511722-4-Z 2-.x--an-. E Cl-lAMl3IlQNS I I I I l III ll- lif 'II II I I I I I I I I Westminister ..... 27 30 Cape Girardeau 23 33 I Durant ........... l5 32 Cape Girardeau 36 38 3 Southwestern .... 37 35 Rolla .......... 29 40 I Morningside -.... 37 53 Maryville ...... 37 46 West Texas Tl1s.--26 50 Rolla ...... --- 36 56 Arkansas U. --l .... 43 36 Kirksville ...... 39 45 Tulsa U. ......... 37 40 Maryville -.- .... 26 28 I Rice lnstitute ..... 26 35 Springfield ..... 33 34 I A MIAA Nat. lntercol. .... l46 217 I lqlrlqsvllle --.--,-- 25 43 National A.A.U.Ql28 157 I Springfield ..... 28 43 Total ........ 807 1090 I I I , 5 F7 JI I I l Il I I1 ll I III , ,ll ,l,, .T 4. I Il I.l. i'?n I ,III Irzp 'I 'I 7 I ,A , , xx 1 W V? 5 ,, " - as as 2 'N' 1 4 '. 1 ' Q2 2,4 E .1 x X xx : N wk X ,. , -5 Xa u ., L 'WL Q4 , ig? I L 'S F , Li ' A ,QM ww 9 . Nil x S K xii: A Q54 ,Offs Z 2 W5 'S ff NW 1' mf ' K , f ,A , 9? .1 5 K 4.W,.,. N, , Q WW Q , Z x My H trvka- 1 1 af gb ,M ', ' X efzl. 4 Wwfff ,, V1 ,, 11254 'sf ,wf 'QQ X , f 1 ,, W, f,,, W ,W ,,f May, f v. , ..'... ,. Q v A , I If X 1 an fw 7 , if' V -W f Q f I7 f ya x, " ffyyl ff Z A M W X si gg, sf J" wi M 21' y Wf isdn 'QI W wg ,ff ,.a4..,.....,.,,,,.,.,. .-u WS 1. 1 A, x '55 Q Ns V , 6 iii W . - , if , sa- ,, X V , V14 X lf! 6 4 2545251 if f A M! W 4. f X 'f 5152. f 4 Y an if 'xl , is gui lx 2 ,Q 1 7 W , , Tl 4 X F35 is Q 35" I 5, f 253 , Maw, xg? . ,Mfg ,. 44521 ,Asa 1 35 ,Q Q Ex ,yi 'W 1 'VW pf! 5 , , , ' f 47 C ,, f W cy 1 sip! f, Q W, we Z ,- x 7 il," , l 4 ,L I .:!1,:,,' ,f X ' '- ---x-2---V.---------3--p --l---- --L--1-.......-. .,.::.:, QL, 1 . ....-,- Y--N . Y Y , . , ' ' Y - ' 3 1 ' ' , f , , ' . ' QE 9.2 Ofc EU UWC! .Cm U2 513.3 Q2 Umm 255 Tn 8:- mc E-2 HU Page E45 U-.-. 30 Q9 U U 'EU fi z 'f ,QW ,,: ad! X fl gas ig, W'M,A- V., Z if 6, X M ff f 5 lNTl2AlVlURALSi lf you Weren't on the varsity squad, you had your chance to show off before the girl friend in a basketball suit by going out for intramu- rals, and over one hundred and fifty took their chance in playing in the National, the American and the Scrub leagues this last basketball season. The Stephens Kewpies finally Won the intramural champion- ship by defeating Broad Street, in the interleague playoff. As a result Belverd Stephens, Porter Moreland, Charles Peterson, Robert Boone, Muriel Elliot, Marion Coke, Charles Roselle and Robert Kelley, as mem- bers of the Kewpies, rated intramural sweaters awarded to the cham- pions each year. LEARN AND LIVE cotvtPANY, . i'Company, Attentionl" com- . mands First Sergeant Wells. The men of the Headquarters Com- l' pany and Headquarters Detach- - ment, 35th Division, are ready ' .4 for their Weekly drill. Approxi- ff - s mately eighty-seven men an- , . 1 swer 'il'lere" to roll call. Captain Iames C. Rothwell and Lieuten- ant lohn B. Cobb inspect the 5? ' -' J, men. All brass must be shined, buttons fastened, shoes polish- ed, hats straight, and uniforms pressed. Inspection over, the members ot the Detachment are instructed to go to their class- rooms .and are given the com- mand, Hlfall Out." The company is given some close order drill. After two hours of lecture and drill, the units assemble again. The date of the next drill is announced. Then, 'llnspection Arms," "Port Arms," "Dismiss- ed " Q, ,.,,iiU9" For some, uanother drill, an- other dollarf' For others, more. iisiv' "we . , .,-,,, , ,.,,.,,.,. ,-,.. ,. . , ... , - - ' N . .4 5 51 523 'M gn . 'QW .::-: - w '::,1f f, , ,Q .'... . fm.: 152-1511-'-'a:.:..:gf.ri:11fe.i:hxn':f...lQ!':u:23'i Mi ??'...Qii::h:.':'.1?Q-x'1-.:Mrx??'3z',::77ll'-ZSTLTI'-fi? .-'ff 'fu-.na v ATTENTICDN! , i I 5,413.5 V wx Q, ara, 1 fx if f , if , '. w if Q 1' J V -.L i n ij, ..,, .,,,,,,,,...u-,.,,... ,A 'q"'--1...-N 'tafxif ,nw-I ,jr Ng M,,,,,,,,, in .- 1 ., MSW I , '- ,N , , ,. .--fy' A , . 1 sl" --f ,sg Evil! "' n .' AW 1 g in an 4, M vi f' 4 wg if fl. , B ,fs 0 :Y .1 I : 7 , ff' f ' . ., iff? nfl' 1 I' K A. 1 at ,xl . V ' ' ' . Q " ' '-4' 'Q -'Lf' if' ' ff 8 . rn-.,,' ' - In 'yflf . , sv ffl f vp I T r "'p,'-C , . , . ,.,,, x ' 'K N- . I ,vcv 2, A ,IV V: -,Z Q ng i ix-if if V , ,. , Mil I y ' 4, fm. . , 43, Zi' , 1 .1 '4 0 Q , X 1 W f M M , at 1.5 , 4 x M A J, , 3 M ,Q .1 an V 21 ,,:,, M J ,, 'Q , v,,WW!. V' 'f 5 I "fi, tx' 1 Q NM -V ' ' ' ' In my n ,. -wwf 3' v W 0 0 0 M X' " , V Q - A' f, -'E f -, - f, ff, '-if ' ' 8 I p ' I f 1 1 , 1 , 4 , . , X ,Q .,, 1 f A , x A z I 1" A all . Jiffy ' - x 2 , if - ,,, 1 ' . Y .-, ' , ' A ' 0 Q Q , . . ,, , ,Q . , ,G V -wff 49. , Z, I V Z 9 , . wwf ' ' 'X qi f' 1 v' ' 1 - , fa, .X . L,, . '13 If A X' Jn, 1' I . n f A, -. ' - f W V , M -.Q fu Wins , ,. ' ,Lf A M M ' ' K w '73-..15, 'f Y, ki f- A , .. I H ,,V',Vgunz-Mm:-ali'-I-Hrali.sz-1-r:"LI'Z.':7. ,r, ,-yn. 7-3qf,f-3.-1-., Vw , , . fm. f-A--- -A-.W Y..-.,, . fi , ,4 M... - K... , , -e--1---0---1-'-v-A-H--""'-:--2 :we--., -. '-.a..i:.:.:.u:.':-.11-W. ..,.z , ,,, g , ,A , we 'F 4 , f 1 2 E I X 5 V I ? n ai i 4 K J r I ,Q Yx o fn q L. r v , ,JJ , ff' :- 5 if pring i ,, fe ....... in 't E H 1 5 f 'E I 5 ' i 'l . -. . -'-1,1 ct. 4' , - - ',,:, . -, ',,. , :---- ' V ' f Y- h P ' -,- ,.. atv- .Mun , ,. '-N ' '. ' 'J-QF, - -"'-"-'--- ' , . . , T Cl -f fs:w:w1..i-,:.fmfwf+'L.-,., :J 124241. T CREDITS AND DEBTTS The judgment book at C. M. S. T. C. is kept by Mr. G. E. Hoover. Four times each year he enters onto its pages the good marks and the bad ones made by each stu- dent each quarter. Maybe he would rather enter the good ones -but good or bad, he marks them upf He is the registrar ot the col- lege, and after a student has been here twelve quarters, it is Mr. Hoover who does the totalling. lt there are enough good marks-a degree tor the student. li there are not enough good marks-the stu- dent continues in school until he has enough to meet the require- ments to quality for an AB., a BS., ora BS. in Education. Mrs. Mar- guerite Ellis is his assistant. """"' 'T' ' ff "" - 'f'l"" H M - -' uscvfur- 2-"Wf--- I---H 'ef--V 7:21 :J1711.-1-pgrm'--'r!wvqgrngsm....,i.,.,,.51 Page 90 x f.l..f.w1f.51 " ff- 'Sh' me WANT A KDE? Are there any openlngs for commerce teachers tor next year? That questlon and many others lllce 1t are asked ln the placement of f1CG every day of sprlng quarter Mr C B Hudson Wlth the help ot Mlss Leta Dawes tnes very hard to flnd just what the student Wants ln the Way ot a post tton They are very success ful at lt too They help a great deal ln keeplng the schools ot the dlstrtct sup pl1ed Wlth teachers XX ' ll ' . . . . I I , . '., '.a in l J o . if 1 - 1 4 ifwzzfggi 1 - 'Lili F ' .C FDUCATICDN - Elmer B. Brown Pauline A. Humphreys The fact that C. M. S. T. C. is a teach ers college is evidenced by the promi- nence of the department of education. Perhaps there is no other department in school where there is such high necessity for keeping abreast of the changes taking place in modern times as there is in this particular field. ln- tensive Work in research is a feature of the departmental activities, and stu- dents enrolled here have every assur- ance that they are being introduced to the latest information in the field of the teaching profession. l '- ' -' 4"'i-I-'4' ..,.-,..., , ,..,,..-......................... -.,. .., ..,.. .,..,, ,V , ,.,, v,.r,,,,,,.......,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,--.-l--,,-,-,u,,, ac - omi- iiOI1. ment high t the Miss Pauline Humphreys is head ot the department. She is well known as a late president ot the Missouri State Teachers Association. The various projects in educational research which are promoted loy the school are under I C N DEPARTMENT imes ll. ln- ature d stu- assur- luced field her direction. Mr. Elmer Brown, Mr. A. C. Moreland, Miss Gertrude Hosey and Mr. C. B. Hudson are associate professors in the department. Twenty- tive hours ot work in education is re- quired for a degree of bachelor of sci- ence in educationg ten hours is re- quired tor a loachelor of arts degree. Arthur C. Moreland Gertrude l-losey Q, 7W47'?'fXfI.0KQWASY2SZ4iWlA.i l1Z - ,H 'l I Ii i.'ZQ,.3.""2ii-.-554.-1-I : 15 1- .L. TWC HCNCR GRCUPS Only men ot superior schol- arship and ideals are consid- ered for membership in Phi Sigma Pi. The tollowing are members: Messrs. Atkins Baldwin, B. Brown, O. Brown, Bruce Buck Bueker Burks Davis Poster Gilbert Gil more Harrlll Hellman l-lolly man lohnson Kirk Krattli Kresse Leabo Lemmer Line back Linton Myer Mason Moreland Nance Page Pet ers Petty Boselle Schneider and Theiss I Themernbers of Alpha Phi Sigma are the salutatorians and valedictor- ians of first-class high schools. Vari- ous kinds oi programs are presented at their monthly meetings. The mem- bers are the Misses Abney, Adams, Bradshaw, Brame, Bueker, Callahan, Clark, lChipman,'Cochran, Coe, Cross, Crowder, DeMoss, Dimitt, Eaton, Peeback, Pellhauer, Flannery, Goodloe, Green, Hatcher, Licklider, Morris, Perrin, Phillips, Binne, Bitter, Sharp, Schrimscher, Sipes, Siler, Stanton, Terrell, Tronstron, White, Wilcoxon, Withers, Burk, Carlyle, lones and the Messrs. Atkins, Bald- win, Gerhardt, Hollrah, Nance, Bice, Sanders, Boselle, Waugh, Sanders, Winemiller and Berry. Women desirable have at le seventy-ii are eligibf Phi Delta. up of the Andes, B Coe, K. B Droege, lX Peeback, f I-larrar, I-lc lanisch, K kin, l..arr, cher, Perr bach, Boc scher, Sho stron, Tyle Wood, Wi Page 94 Qhzilfrwii' mf 195-5: fgmg H" twang' .,,-,.,-,.. .-,--wv----A -' --'t' -r-"A ' " ffflflaizgii "P "1 f17',,i,ig:-fr,:': . . iE4E7:f1g1" f ' J lg '3Qgl,,,Q,f:n: .f::"?l:' IPS t Phi Sigma . valedictor- iools. Vari- e presented . The mem- ey, Adams, r, Callahan, iran, Coe, ss, Dimitt, r, Flannery, r, Licklider, inne, Ritter, tpes, Siler, fon, White, -k, Carlyle, tkins, Bald- lance, Rice, h, Sanders, ALPHA PHI DELTA Women of high scholarship and desirable personal qualities who have at least sixty and not more than seventy-tive hours of college credit are eligible for membership in Alpha Phi Delta. The membership is made up of the following: Misses Adams, Andes, Baker, Brame, Brownfield, Coe, K. Davis, M. Davis, W. Davis Droege, M. Epley, V. Epley, Eaton Feebaclc, Fellhauer, Poster, Goodloe I-larrar, l-locker, Hollrah, lones, Iohns, Ianisch, Kimsey, King, Kohler, Lar- kin, Larr, Licklider, Mcljarland, Mel- Cher, Perrin, Phillips, Pohl, Reiden- bach, Hoop, Runge, Schilb, Schrim- scher, Sharp, Stewart, Tackett, Tron- stron, Tyler, Walter, Weiss, Withers, Wood, Wilcoxon, Young. I I I Page 94 KAPPA DELTA Pl This year Rho chapter ot Kappa Delta Pi sent tive members to the national convention, which was held in Atlantic City, New Iersey, in February. Kappa Delta Pi is an honor society in education. The offi- cers oi this organization are Carl Hollrah, president, with Beatrice Mel- cher, Ann Bradshaw, Charlotte Reidenbach, Mary V. King and Miss Pauline Humphreys, counselor. The members are the Misses Mima lanisch, Vera Mae Cfoodloe, Mary L. Baker, Mae Tronstrom, Evonne Phillips, Ruth Perrin, Evelyn Miller, Ianet Sue Wood, Louise Withers, Eltie Calahan and,Messrs. lohn Atkins, Verne Kresse, Norbert Buck, Howard Schneider, Tony Gilmore, Robert Theiss, Clen Nance, Kermit Bueker and Charles Roselle. T L educ dent to ge suite zatic Th mak- grad the c inter ville ., . Ydi' . V ,,., , . . -, . .. . ., M -. . - .. ' wwf.-W-,,afui-f'way112213:teesikqwr-is+r5:r7:raf-3:1i?3??':3Qjhf11Ef.'H"!21:Z'3?ii,ifY-ge., f .lr . me -- o the ey, in 2 otii- z Mel- Miss Mima tonne thers, Buck, Qermit TEACHERS' CLUBS tion of Childhood Education is an organization tor furthering education in the primary grades. lts members are drawn from those stu- dents majoring in primary Work, and in their bi-monthly meetings they try to get the Viewpoint ot the pupils by participating in such activities as are suited to primary children. Miss Louise Withers is president ot the organi- zation, and Miss Aruba Charlton is sponsor. The lntermediate Grade Club With Miss Opal McPherson as president makes a study ot the particular problems of the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. At least once a quarter the club members present a program tor the children in the intermediate department, and at regular meetings the interests of the members supply the topics for discussion. Miss Delta Ne- ville is the sponsor of the group. II1Q.gmSII 4.4 4 SN IT! ll-1 Q U cv A u Z 11 nv E fi 'D L-4 M CI er Z9 - W Dr. E. A. Colhns cmd Studen 5' ' 9 l I H El W E ! I H 1 I 1' W aria E11 Q r l . 'Q xl wx 1+ 1 Q, N ,, i IM I IT l J H' I 1 I f I I sv ' 1 1? ' 5 Y 4 WH E V Q ,,,, I ' 1 ' W ' ,, li V 4 '!57iifffi?ff??f, 1 R1 ,mP u .1 ld F' CD Q 'J U 2 5 Z CD 5, CT um 99u91DQ 1? CD 5 .-J Q PY . J lu'r""'6I N52 E O '-4 O O 96911 TIS 199fq log Ioouos OS SUI 99u1s '9u1u Did 0 CD FDP Q SI Bump Alpousn Q PV CD I3 Q cn Q cn 'P O 'FT 'H H 9 E I3 RQ IOOLIDS dns Muo s1os1A19 A9141 191,119 DLI 9q 9A LIS p9Ho1u9 UT wud UI 9uJ, go 1u9 O O CT LQ CD O f-1 5 O r-F Z O 21 1,96 s1u9pms p91uu:mb:Jr3 HUM 52 CD -9p sup, up J,u9pm,s 9u1oADg :O SI mg .19u1,9u1vx Mouq lou op 9M mq 9913 u1mHfAA S1 91m,91d 9u1 up uo1u19dLuo9 SIH 'foouog Suruuoll 9uJ, go 101,991 Cloyd Anthony Mrs. Ruth G. Sweet F rom rornpers to the vari-colored jockey jackets - that takes in the age range of the Training School. The activities of this group are just as diverse as their ages. Seniors have nothing on the kindergarten when it comes to supervised play. The difference, of course, between these limits lies in the amount and difficulty of material presented. These stu- dents come from Warrenshurg and its outlying districts. Many will be future citizens of M. S. T. C. l-lail to them. T are uns tice inst stuc fielc Mrs. l-l. l-l. Bass Marion L. Conway V , . V 1-Hefty-----r1---f.--3.1-N,rm,-.1:uf..f.--'..:5fia,"3f7f... fi--...., Mt.. 45:2 QM Weet Byron L. Westfall S Marjorie Murray H the The Training School is in itself an experimental station. Here, ideas e just are not only tried out, but developed. Should a plan of teaching prove When ' unsatisfactory, it is discarded and another tried in its place. The prac- Theee tice teachers are carefully supervised, thus insuring the best possible GDSTU- instruction tor the students. It is the best possible means of keeping the 'ill be students ot C. M. S. T. C. abreast ot the most modern theories in the tield of education. V f nwgy T William Iohnson Emmett Ellis 5 1 V 1-Q, ,.... . -- X 1, . . ,,:11- f,,:q-211 ,-fr::::w:'.f: -u'f-f-T'1EZii1-pE+r'3,'-- "CTI: "Zvi ,. fmfmu' at :..:i'.'it?l!'3 ,455 1 f fu- ' Q-efbvingfkgfg 4,,-gage!-1!:,.i15r m::sx.xr-'enigqsfw-Hu T--M -5 9, .. .. 'ing-'... im....r.,r-, A DCDWN CDN Tl-IE F!-ll? ln the agriculture depart- ment students may learn practically all the essential factors in managing a farm. First hand knowledge is se- cured at the college farm, various Views of which are shown on the opposite page. Dr. H. A. Phillips is head of the department, and Prof. l. W. Graham is his associ- ate. At the beginning of last Winter term, an agriculture club was organized and named the Rural Life Club. Merle Shafer has been pres- ident this year. Other offi- cers are McKee, Pipes, Miller, George and Beasley. .4 wwf, , 'LZ fy, ff . 4 50711 , gy ffl ,i Y- 'fm-L , , -,y - ' ,MQ 4 , , 505 ff ,C Zvf-, . 'ff' .Q fi THE FARM ulture depart- s may learn the essential aging a tarrn. :Wledge is se- college farm, of which are :pposite page. ips is head ot nt, and Prof. is his associ- ginning of last In agriculture ganizeol and 1ral Life Club. las been pres- Ir. Other offi- cKee, Pipes, e and Beasley. 4 ff GCDVERNING ECDDY C Government of the stu- dents by the students, otnd tor the studentsl A consti- tution for CI proposed stu- dent council Wcts Written by the cfssembly ot presi- dents dnd ddopted by the student body, but not With- out the usudl bickering dnd criticisms. Election tor student council members otnd officers cofused school politicicrns to desire, con- spire, perspire-dnd orl- most expire. Chdrles Ro- selle Wds elected presi- dent ot the council. ,J f K, ...AWK , if , r , , .t., , ,, ,, L Po the s lege then ot bf ice, Mrs. dnd Kno: orgc the l nitie ot si C o c cour orgc clds: i l if is t F E 52 ll 3: G1 ot the stu dents and sl A consti as Written . , ,. ., ,. , . - A bf - ., , , . - ,, ... -1, 'Q-Q -w-,i- - ' -1 2,-fa .:- rf "ii W .4 .:v: 'Z .ffi..i".'L' ,.. L.- ..i1r:..,i-L -Arif: mwqzw-291-,, -wx:..f:.--2-sf' 2' - Q72 - rm ' - -10.2.2554 V, - . .. . 1:3-hllfzxci..rmlxf.ya-Tk-:G?f.'374:-Lgif,?pfm'3,'E'1?,L-,nlvg3jff'1'.5:-53', .pm lm an Aura' SERVICE AERCDAD Paraphrasing Mohammed when the students cant come to the col lege then the college must go to ot by the department of field serv posed stu- them. This situation is taken care ly of presi pted by the ut notwith- bickering Election for il members used school desire, con- - and al- harles Ro- -cted presi- incil. ice, which includes W. E. Knox, Mrs. Caroline Benton Cocketair, and Miss Mary Sue Hopkins. Mr. Knox is particularly interested in organizing special conferences for the benefit of schools and commu- nities. Miss Hopkins' duties consist of supervising rural schools. Mrs. Cocketair teaches extension courses and lectures tor various organizations. All three have some classes in residence. Mrs. Cocketair Miss Hopkins Mr. Knox , , i PUl3LlC RELATICNS When you are a gradu- ate and belong to the Alumni Association ot C. M. S. T. C., Mrs. Iewell Ross Davis, secretary of the as- sociation and director of publicity of the college, will keep your name in her tiles along With records of your achievements. While you are in school, she. sends articles to your home town gazette about you, so that the home folks will know of your accomplish- ments and make 'it easier tor you to get a job after graduating. Mrs. Davis, with the aid of several student helpers, Writes an alumni column each Week. Page 5 H g iv l-ler Mrs ing the We ' X S1 hov Wei pro. pro ing ' 'Tl Wri nal Tue leg cop oi 1 the ' , A . ,. .- ,-. .. -. .. . N. , . v ,, , , ' " -. ,., . .' 4 , , . " ,,L,,' U , V -'- . . i V155-l'?9fY?!"f , ua: 'A ' i. vrmxz--rf-.4 ---.fr':r '- - 1 - --5744 "'-""1-'- - - A--J 111'l'f-- 1'-1---- .- .-m"'J.7?r . - , ' . .- --S fur .in i -ffl. +3--11-3+'fW.q.riA 35-A 'tim ..:Q21z1sax:.-15:5-r111ma'.a4.fL i 335' 1'w1fi:lf-..:.......,,,.. a gradu- g to the on of C. Welllitoss nf the as- rector ot lege, will 2 in her ecords oi ts. While ool, she our home ityou,so olks will zornplish- it easier job atter fs. Davis, f several writes an ich Week. Page 105 THIRD ESTATE How many inches can l give that sorority party? I-lere's a swell story trorn Mrs. Nattinger. Any Train- ing School news? You get the assembly story. Can't We pick that up trom the "Star - lournal"? Bunce, hoW's your ads? Short this Week, but, l've got a big run promised tor next tirne. Read proof at eight in the morn- ing. Eight did, you say? i'The Student," which is Written by the class in jour- nalisrn, is published every Tuesday. lt is tree to all col- lege students. Numerous copies are sent to libraries oi the high schools all over the district. Si!-ide,-3 E a X Wy, WERE lt's almost the end of the book and vve're tired Writ- ing, so We'll tell you just a bit about us and stop. ln the first place We got an awfully late start-due to things. Consequently ,We have done a year's Work in three and a half months. Usually the engraver plans the book, but We decided to exercise a bit of originality this year and plan our own. The staff Worked together on the lay- outs and then Tommy and his corps of assistants took and developed the neces- sary pictures. Hope you like thernl GU , wx lm? E-.L ,- . - ERE GUILTY We're responsible. We, meaning the members of the l938 Rhetor stati. A com- mittee of the senior class chose us tor this job last tall. To introduce ourselves: We are Robert Theiss who drew the place as editor-in-chiet, and Tony Gilmore, business manager. Meet next, Caro- lyn Courtney and Ferne Ty- ler who served as literary editors, and lanet Wood, who was art editor. Then you should know Merwin Brown and Virginia Dicus, the athletic editors, and Charlotte Reidenbach, the treasurer. William George managed the photography, and Mary Louise Baker was selected as secretary. That completes the list. We are responsible. t Q 1 1 qs i 1 1 l1 1 1 31 1 ,1 A1 .1 . 1 1 i 11' -1 V1 ,. .1' ,. l it L PGLITICIANS T0 THE WW E 'Have you cast your vote for popular girl, popular man, and Rhetor Queen?" lt's the day for spring election and.that's the gues- tion that is on everyone's lips. ln case you haven't voted, there are soap-box orators telling you the virtues of their candidates and more modern speakers instructing you over P. A. systems to Vote tor certain Greek or Independent nominees. Should you be deaf to all this, your eye will surely come in contact with a sign or poster which gives the same advice. There are handbills too-red, yel- low, green, and lolue. Does this ai- fect you? Not at all. You go to the old Rhetor Office and vote as you had planned. ! I 4 I fff L5 HEL E E E N J - TCD THE FRCDNT vote for em, and day for :he ques- : lips. In here are you the Ltes and structing vote for Jendent 5- decrf to ely come Jr poster advice. -red, yel- ?s this eff- go to the e ers you L wif wffsj CHQTCES IN T The tour people who counted votes have remained close-lipped. The zero hour is here. The suspense is terrible. Will ten o'clock never come? Yesy Bob steps to the microphone and asks for the tloor to be cleared. Here comes Tony with Vera Mae. A burst of applause. Vera Mae Goodloe is crowned Rhetor Queen. Later in the evening, Tony announces the other Winners. l'.Covey" has been elected pop- ular girl and Schneider is popular man. Now for the beauties. Iackie, Mima, and Anne are the choice of Kappa Sigma fra- ternity of Washington and Lee University. More applause. Then, on with the dance. Page ll2 ICESIN THE CQNTESTS I votes I ' e zero le. Will teps to S E , I I loor to I I I Vera o More I . Letter e other d pop- I r mem. I cr, cmd frct I I I I I I I I ,I I I E I I I I I I I I I eI I I 3 I I I I I I I I I I VERA MAE G00llLOE ' Page 112 , Rhelor Uueen Popular Girl 4 ,M , IQ, , 1 .qi V ,.,, , ,, .....--....,,. .....,,.v.... ....... , W7 f if A? K M f 4 K .fy ,f , , , fmf MgZ,.,,,,,, 6 fy fu! ,NW ff! 5 tu, A S245 f ,A f 4 jjj f f fz ff ff Q f X Q f yi , f f -Q: .1 f I , , , 2 W w 1 5 MARGARET CUVINGTUN HUW Page 114 Pqge 115 w n R 1 1 w , , Y , - , ,L- pw V ' -1 aseaqvqaglfkisnifrtfrztmviitf'i:":w1tr1'.f-'1swtftf' :- lm h+H1+ff2-fH'12w'4if-21-. -artist: ,B-41' ' Popular Mun GTIIN HUWHRD SCHNEIDER Page 114 Page 115 4111 ,,,,, ,,,, ,W ,,,, M., , .,., ,.,,..,..,..,.,.........,..:y::,,g:3x,13:,,h:i- '..,v , -1 ,4 - W , Q v, , pm N . ' -H - ' ' - 'Q Q42 Y f 1 32 9 is -21 'ir 'fy ,. g V' .g, I V"! 6 0 1 fi Jlllillhwigg -.-W -fr JHCUIIELINE STEWART Beauty Uueen ""'A f'WZ"'FmEHEQwpmw++WU2 V . H .,.-, -- - - A ,,, .: "'."'-,,::1rf 1.1511-':',: H' ' ' ,. ' " "M ' 1 2 ,' '- .' WL- " mia vpmu-L-U-1 ' . 1-gwggf T,-3,-45'w1vf.,'-i+::,ff'4u7".1t'!1-15317-Q11-' - '3f"2.'I' -3171:-.'K'F ' K, '- ' " ff. f..,-:.K'.,--F - ,.. -e--' - ,:1 -ff - - - -, .-:r ,, : . 13 L!:r::-.---A -V -Mmm-f M A --f - A ,if-fK,Mg,g,,QM,., ,....1,,,uQH,. 1df:-t"1m1gm4sgf4x--P'!?"- ?-1'3'm'-l?'1'YifA- ' ' ' ""' 'PEE 'K MIME Jnmscu Beauty Queen 1 f'-' " ' L HNNHBEL LEE BHHDSHHW Beauty Queen Pl? I fro T. 4 the em he He bu UTE the SGI dri tio: of ' aft tio: ,Q 'mf"?:f 1 ,.v.. 5 ni L 4 ' ,,,.Vf 'A1,,g is I t lmiffiz a ,V ,. ', 3 I .I-gf: 4 b 6,731 A Z57:ff Ye "QQ Whig. ' 5 ,V :.,i?QQ:, , + 5 f'gl4'J?" ff In IM, I . YT .:ff?".f.'- " 4 5 634' M 2 'Q' ,, , ,e e ' Z TQ '54 e e eefzwxf eggs I 4 M, ,,, :if v ga , lf 'fir'-gre: ,gy 1 i Dr. E. L. Hendricks retired from the presidency of C. M. S. T. C. lost September to become the much honored president emeritus of the institution which he hotd served for mctny yeotrs. He spent the Winter in Fioridct but this spring his dignified fig- ure Wcrs crgofin to be seen on the ccrmpus. His memory is pre- served in the nome of Hen- dricks Hodl of the Administrot- tion Building the construction of which represented his efforts olfter the fire of 1915. Educor- tion for Service was his motto. PRESIDENT EMERITUS ,CINDERS AND SPI Although hampered by cold weather in March and by a heavy snow in April, the Mules opened the out- door track season with Va 76-60 win over Central. The pictures on these pages represent but few ot the varsity, as bad weather and lack of time prevented obtaining a pictorial recording ot -the track team before the 1938 BHETOB went to press. Those on this year's track squad were Brown, Bapst,'Teegar- den, Hammer, Mitts, Hopper, Bill Bice, Bob Bice, White, Keifter, W. Carr, Byan, Sudbrock, Wakeman, Young, Fowler, Courter, Gnagy, Walker, Ellis and Whitaker. Voltmer was coach. A White Bapst Bob Bice Teegarden Bill Bice if ww Q 2 f I NANID SPIKES urch cmd . the out- mrcd. The v of the eevented ck team hose on 'Teegc1r- Db Rice, crkemcm, Ellis cmd JW RARE AN D SEVERE Without or doubt, the Club is the most exclusive club on the ccfmpus. And Without ct doubt its initidtions gre the most severe ot otny otpplied to prospective members. 'To quality for the Club, one must be motle ornd muscled, for he need only to Win or letter in tootbdll, botsket- bctll or trotck, ofnd then Withstotnd the rigors crpplied by other men of muscles, who were fortunate enough to quality gheotd of him. However, gny morn in school would give ot tooth to be or member. ' Club n the doubt evere ective r the male I only "fl'lia'i'Zf"l""'?5""'l"""" J 1 215:33 i gfgf m 'Wm New girls on the campus meet and get acquainted with each other at theY W C A tea each tall It comes early on the social calendar and is one ot the memorable occasions in the first year ot college lite This l eootn coMPANtoNs sket- lstand lr men unate f him. school be a event is followed by a series ot Weekly meetings and lectures on topics of interest to college students. Miss Louise Martin is sponsor of the group, and Mildred Thompson is president. ' I .I ,,-M, -f r 'I ' A A 4. .N I fp C, N,w'i J 1 -Au ' .. 1 A M ' l , , , y We festivc c:1rnonQ S. T. C declcn Mules tional ball T year. dcfy 1: Band and c air. sack-I were The fc ning "Pho nounc of bc Cocrcl to the dance 'SP x X 4 'VTTW " A 1Q ., 4' Ls irq... x ,fm4sL',::"g J -'NFL-3 ' 'Q 1 -...-:JV 17" If . '. 2- - "cf" A '. :,.:' , ASIA' ?" ,,, , 4' - -V gfgg-Q, l A 1, wi:-:JL-.ggE3U fl L I . U I u g a y . l g g-H K' lA31.:lzl', if ' , fr. Q.-:RE-g We all love a paradel The festival spirit was evident among the students of C, M. S. T. C. when a holiday Was declared in honor of the Mules - who Won the Na- tional lntercollegiate Basket- ball Tournament again this year. The festivities of the day began with a parade. Band music, hill-billy ditties, and college yells filled the air. Pie-eating contests, sack-racing and baseball were the order of the day. The formal event of the eve- ning was an address by "Phog" Allen and an- nouncements of the Winners of basketball letters by Coach Reid. A fitting climax to the activities was a school dance. WE LISTEN ANI ffivf e in it IN C I C tj C 'I k i. I I N 1 Page 126 Page 127 f'r.1.:r"" -:Yfmf f-'-"f- 1 . .. . , ,. . ,. , . -M -- I - ,-9-:fn-1.-1:-.-r--wzflibi' 11'-. .. ,... .. .V b-Y 55 -Q . M V-fer, 12...-L.. '.f.:--1.--V+ --wr f' ' Q .r 14,143 ?:...,.mEh'-'aiqgiimze-'ie1:,.. : rfvrfr-'Q ' . :-352323-fgzfg-1?:" f3f1T 2l11,i1 ?A" ": '-'-flu' -f - 1 STEN MZXND APPLAUD E I 1 l V. W I Page 126 Page 127' 1-in- The students ot the college have been unusually fortunate this year in the variety and quality of entertainment provided tor their enjoyment. There has been a great range in the type ot program from the concert by Dr. Rudolph Ganz to the talk made by the at- fable Mr. Tom Collins. You remember, too, the marionettes, the Misner Players, the Madrigalians, the negro quartet, and many others. The highlight ofthe entire season Was the program by Doctor Ganz, composer and concert pianist. I-le gave an interesting and entertaining lecture in addition to his playing. He gave selec- tions by various composers, and then closed with a group ot his own compositions. Equally as entertaining, but in a different field, was Tom Collins, news commentator and lecturer. Mr. Collins captivated his audience with a clever intradiction and then proceeded to hold its attention throughout an excellent discourse. The Madrigalians presented a type of program more or less novel to the student body. 9 A O , f 2 Mu 'M Q f 8 V' a - - ff :ff nw H45 M J' 1' -f ' I ij . G 1 , ,M If 14 ' ,N W2 nw yi, 'Q Z' ' f , f' 8 -N, L 'fx Q ' .K Ly Wx h 5, K, ' M ' A.. 'ff' 14 ax, 4 l Ni " ,lx 4 I 4 4 M -fx 54 If H z f ff, fy e ff! yfff fyfff 1 ya A ' 33 A " ' , 2- A 1' 2 ,L A f' 1 BMJ' 1: M, Ei' Q4 ' , 1 ' 1 ei I3 ' JZ ' L.:.Zs1.1.Z.: ': r 1-'.4.1.:.: v . 4-4: . 65 X may v .,y... ' w :Q-1-.1 1 'Aw 7 Z' 4' f ' ? Q if Q46 X ., xW. ,ff .5 X Qynwf 44? ff F ,'i 7 Heil? i ,J- N ,, Classes SENIQRS Bliss Vansanclt, lr. Charles Sodeman Mary Vivian King loseph Watskey Helen Wells Crystal Iones A l A l l Kermi I-larry Bapst MTS' L l l Kay Sholoe GR-1d5 l Edgar Mueller Ruggef I Twilafern Hershey l David I Hamid Riley L ROSSH l l Ruth Perrin Kermit Bueker Mrs. Lorene R. Terrell pst V PG Gladys Tetley leller Russell lones I Hershey David Eppright N ley V Rosemary Wickham in 'F red Troutwine Everett Wade Ella Virginia Hooker Tilton Davis I Anna lean Smith Elda Stephenson CLASS CDF 1938 Opal S E Nil C R S ' Beatri Clarence G. Williams ! Lucille Barr Ethel Bertha Bundle Lincoln Malven i l 1 l l i 3 1 - I Williq l Charles Peterson Edith Gander Gordon Louis Doris Moreland Richard Engelhardt lohn . Charles Clark Ruth Talbott lrene Pannell Carl W. Hollrah Opal McPherson Beatrice Melcher Ethel Pausch William Strange Louise Withers lohn Atkins Emerson Fowler Woodrow Ferguson Stanley Tompkins Rose lna l-lorning N. E. Teegarolen Virgil E. Meredith CLASS CDF l9f-38 sENto Marjorie Shepard Dorothy Harrison Clinton E. Coonrod Marjorie Pereda Lucille Martin Loyd l-ledgecock RS f Z 1 l l i t I Fay l G Ioe Marshall I- C' IX Annabel Lee Bradshaw i Elie T Louise Farnuliner DOIOI William Hermit Char Anna Theiss tome- - I Lorna Beard Fay lones 14111 I. C. McCauley Lee Bradshaw Ellie M. Callahan l Norbert Buck Evelyn Miller S Anna Pauline Dodd .muhner Dolores lean Hatcher Robert T. Kirk I mmm Charlotte Reidenbacli Grace Copenliaverl iss I lanet Sue Wood Irwin Ellison C L A S S C F l 9 3 8 rrd 4a sEN1oRs Charles Prall lewell Banks Robert Theiss Frank Spicer lap Allen, Ir. Ruth Barker Charles Workman Dale Newell Nancy Zaring lack Reed Vera Mae Cfooclloe Charles Page I-lowar Virginf Nelson Maloel Fields D.C.C Workman fell ring Goodloe Howard Schneider Virginia Dicus Nelson Beasley Mabel Andes Fields Duncan D. C. Gnagy lames B. Moore I. Roy' Smith Mary Artman l-larvey Odom Merwin Brown' Charles Roselle CLASS CF l938 1 SENICDRS M. D. Bezler T. P. Gilmore, lr. R. L. Holdzkom Mae Tronstrom Earl Harding Carolyn Courtney Elizabeth Bowers George Lemmer Margaret Shepard Woodrow Frazier Maurice Owen Robert l-l. Wells lohn Lelana lames Mary Willia Ioe Ge Bowers ?I'l'l1'l'1GI' Shepard F'rorzier Men 'ells Iohn Robert Estes Lelomd Pollock Ictmes M. Thomots Morry Louise Boker William George Ioe Gerken Harold Howorrd Motry Emmet Stcrrrie Iohrmie Brown Gotleri Boyer Isodoelle Mosby Ernest Thomos CLASSGF 1938 SENICRS Earl Horton Susanna Raloer Roy Borgsiaoll Earl Kelli William Wilkinson Seniors Whose pictures do not appear Mary lane Buck Nadine Lee Emily lane Chaney Grier Lowry Paula Fagan Marian Ward Roy Keeton Sam Smiser G. W. Nunn Ferne Tyler Anna Lissack Post-Graduate DI'l GI' Il I' :ck tate Roy A. Latimer Winona Wear W Maurice Rabius Opal Ruth Bailey Donald l-lorn Frances Marie Eaton , Evonne Phillips Ruth Siler Bill Rice Verne Kresse Martha Roop Eva Dimmitt Ella Mae l-lanolly l-larry C. Williams Nathlee Miller Luloertha Fethke Alice l-leare Iames Mayes Frances I-lornbuckle lewell Creason Nola Smith JUNto1Qs r l E l t h 1 .TUNICDRS l Geraldine lohns Van Hammer Mary Sherman Walter Carr Margaret Larkin lames Giblos Mildred Fisher George W Wiege . r Katherine B. Davis Max E. R. Keitfer Pearl 'Wagner loe Brewster Genevieve Weiss Marion Phillips Geraldine Allen Wendell Basham Esther Tillman William McGuire Lois Pann Holt Sodeman L Lois Ellen Kelso Wilma Witcher Lorena Faler Keith Hauser Walter Lewis Downing Helen Stark lack Van I-look Mildred Schrimsher Raymond Dillon Melvin Chambers Rohan Munkres Earl Clayton Grandstati l-lelen Porter Modestine Stewart Frank Wellman Charles Wilson Clen Nance Dorothy I-larrer Ray Bruce Zoe Tilley lulian Burlcs Marie Cochrane CL!-XSS CF i939 I UNLIQR ' EQ, A Lloyd Scoville leanelle Tackett Elizabeth Edwards Velma Wilson Lowell Walker lack Bruce Marvin Taylor Harold Meyer Sara Louise Hays Frances Thomas lack Longfellow Henry Noll Helen McCubbin Argyle Wakeman Anna Margaret McDonald Roberta Roush Charles E. Kelly Beverly Bunce Marjorie Holland Olive Rogers i Virgil McCormack CI Houston Wilson Winitreol Harvey Carleton Beasley Laura Pieper Merle Shafer Louise Wiegant Willys Wilson Nancy Buckles lrene Allen Louise Minor Sarah Famuliner Follis Paul Walter I. Atkins Mary lo Foster George E. Zurnwalt Barloara Kirkpatrick Hugh Shackeltord Margaret Covington loe Winerniller ,gy- Betty Knox Martha Miller CLASS Cl-T l939 IUNICRS William Brenton Mima Ianisch Bob Foster Sara Burnley Al Schrik Helen Baird Dorothy Diemer Bichard Winsloorough Gerald Talley Iohn Willer Eloise Walter Max Cull Wray McGuitty George White Gladys Foster Hazel Cheatham Leonard Hampton Veda Mae Chambers G. Cot: B. Ferg W. WC B. Hula I. Stew M. Wa G. E. V K. Blat M. E. C V. Gur M. Ahi D. Thu B. Bird E. Stoc I. Kroe T. Mille M. L. C B. Step I. F. Dc M. Cro S. Lint: I. Hunt D. Sud H. Brot M. D. K I. Warr I. Eplej C. Iohr Page 146 G. Cottield B. Ferguson W. Waltmire B. Hulsey I. Stewart M. Warnke G. E. White K. Blatti M. E. Carter V. Gungall M. Ahmann D. Thurman B. Bird E,Stock I. Kroeck T. Miller M. L. Coe B. Stephens I. F. Douglas M. Cravens S. Linton I. Hunter D. Sudbrock H. Brownfield M. D. Killion I. Wampler I. Epley C. Iohnson 'uv soPHoMo1QEs SCPHCMCPES H. Baldwin L. Sharp I. Gilbert H . McGann B. Keith P. Paulson S. Lineback A. Bateman B. Bueker M. Thompson M. Feeloaclc B. McKee C. Cornelius C. McMillin I. Collett G. Bunge D. Henricks H . Hollrah B. Huxol D. Carter T. Petty - H. Licklider N. Landers C. Carr P. Kapke C. L. Todd I H . Berrier .M. Williams E. Perry C. Mintei N. Epley B. Courte I. Ezzell F. Poage I. Adams N. Allen M. Leabc K. Iohnstt C. Hollar E. Stantie L. S. Rich D. Ayers G. Shatei M. Adam N. MCF4 C. Lamb B. Dunloo E. Krocke W. Zeysir N. Pollarc B. Skagg: K. Carlyle H. Rogers C. Allen I. Faris B. Conav '11'l I'lI'l n fck an nson ck lus in ZS I' S .S E. Perry C. Minter N. Epley' B. Courter I. Ezzell F. Poage I. Adams N. Allen M. Leabo K. lohnston C. Holland E. Stanfield L. S. Rich D. Ayers ' Cf. Shafer M. Adams N. l. Mcljarland C. Lamb R. Dunbar E. Kroclcer W. Zeysing N. Pollard R. Skaggs K. Carlyle l-l. Rogers C. Allen l. Faris B. Conaway' CLASS or 1940 B. Atwood M. Lowrey D. Fieth G. l-logan M- Repp P. Moreland C. Clements W. Mason M. Davis W. Davis B. lackman F. Cockran l-l. Linthacum L. Young M. Kay I. Banks, Ir. M. Bust A. I. Lewis E. Brame l-l. Oliver T. Newsom N. Kimzey L. Charles M. Bider M. Pick K. Weller D. Adams M. Cross l. Got: M. lor T. B. l- G. Boi E. Pol l-l. l-lei B. Eclc W. Fe B. Elli C. Shi M. Ke B. By: M. W1 N. sin D. Co: M. Sc. C. Mil G. Ho G. Snr W. l-lc A. BL14 B. lol'1 W. Lo N. Wl B. Sm B. Alle A. Poi F. Mcf d Y l nd nts 1 I'l T1 L1I1'l I. Gotscholl M. lorolofn T. B. l-lollymorn G. Boycl E. Pohl H. Heller B. Bok W. Fellhcxuer B. Ellis C. Shornks M. Kelley B. Byoin M. Woodrome N. Simmons D. Cornelius M. Schilb C. Mills Cf. l-logon G. Smith W. l-lorrris A. Buchonorn B. Iohnson W. Lornoloilcer N. Wheotly B. Smith B. Alley A. Foree lj. McBeynolols CLASS CF 1940 SCPHCMCRES ' 'Wb,4J'?gI K D. Wilcoxin C. Bowers M. l-lachenloerg I. Hellman D. Stanton B. Droege D. Williams l. Stanton C. Brown B. Brown l... Edwards B. Wilson D. Earle M. Weathers I. Krattli l-l. I. Snider E. Hamilton M. Preston G. l-lansboro V. Esgar F. Ament C. Finley Mrs. N. Craig P. Brattstrorn F. l-larnilton L. l-linken B. Howard C. Chasteen Qn iloerg .S TS 1 ro lg 1 Pictures of the following students Were not avail- able for inclusion in their respective class sections: Samuel Andes Mrs. Della Canfield Alma Dixon Kenneth Ellis Dorothy Gunter Nellie Harding Harold Miller IUNICRS D Kenneth Miller William Pattimore Lloyd Peters Earl Walker Willis Wilson Bill Young Kenneth Yowell SCPHCMCRES K Wayne Burgess Forrest Byars Imogene Dixon Muriel Elliott Redmond Frost Mildred Kohler Enid Malkin Mark Buckel ' Agnes Veach Budolph Verlinich FRESHMEN Marvin Blaine Earl Burlingame lames Buente Donald Bush Everett Coffman Edgar Ferguson lvan Carey lla Fern Graham lohn P. lohns Dee Iohnston Louis Kraft g l-larold Latspinch' Cliff Long Eugene McBratney Annabelle Markey Margaret Marksberry Clara Merrifield Burton Bichards A lack Boberts Lovaine Savage Lillian Shaneyfelt Dorothy Sharp lack Summers N Paul Swofford Eleanor Woody I ' FRESHMEN .M fi-f if Q K 1 1 1 1 . - I 1 1 Qllw ' - If ' My ,wh 3 1 -7 1 f 1 14, i 1 1 4 11 1 1 1 . 1 5 1 ,1 111 ' Il I 1 ,f 5 11 I 5 U1 'F 'g I 1 .- M f ' .1 W .,,, , , Z V I dfmw . i I 1 1 I ' ,I I k img . 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Hotchkiss, V. Barnett, E. Sanders, E. Davis, I. Alex- ander, B. Cruse. L. Gillum, G. Cook, E. Bush, C. Stratton, B. McNeely, C. M. Nail, K. Waugh, I. Buckstead, F. Kloptenstein, A. Richard- son, E.yYoung. - I. Allen, L. D. Linthacum, B. Howland, F. Baker, F. Land- siedal, C. Iones, L. Gregg, P. McBeynolds,, C. Fickas,'L. D. Shults, L. Stephens. I. Blanke, M. Simmons, S. A. Bitter, K. Willcockson, B. Shed- drick, E. Daniel, P. Lehnert, N. isss 55 Surbaugh, E. Mil.ler, E. King, I f P. Cossairt. f if F. Hillebrand, H. Ferguson, Q f ,gy P. Burk, B. Hamilton, L. Banks, I ,,, . , QW--,S ' G. Collier, B. L. Shatzer, D. . 1 Endsley, N. Young, N. Holman, Km Mr I oi A ss N' . - ' f 'ff ', 2 3 -vm ' A ' I V ax, WG' w 'X ,,, X 4 f , , A-wx , 1 , 4 ' ' - . f f ,M ,J 1-45,5 ' Vi v I , . ,. ij, V , A if zz, X, hx! C ,,,A, 'b '4 fx ' f f , ff A'.' - . .,.W, 1 W Y! 3 is fi' . id f in Page 156 vs- E 63 V .Adm 'ER A CLASS Page 156 I. Thomas, I. E. Simmons, D Bead, G. Fitzpatrick, l. Phipps l. Binne, M. 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Anderson, B Fowler, F. F. Cooper, G Shackelford, O. L. Clemence. F. Moree, D. Harp, I. Coe A. Hatcher, K. Ring, cf. Patl terson, E. Gurney, M. Hopkins G. C. Fisher, A. C. Pollock, H F aurett. T. Hopkins, F. Cullman, A Downing, M. Fleming, O. Mc- Millan, B. Pratt, D. Whitaker, C. Moore, F. Wells, N. Thur- man, F. Canfield. Ci-719111 I T I I 5' I .II I2 I I L III l. I In ' I 4 I 'Q I wilvl Ir' WUI I III? ill! ,I IQ H QI II III V FRESHMEN , , i I I I , , I I I - , I , I I Q I I I I I I ZZ Xi!! , J I A :I ta . I I , ff 'I I I I ' 5 I' , i I I y I -I. z., II, Ii P II? lr, f I II ix 'I ' I III ' I II u If I .M 3 'M . , IJ I Igsrwl ali' Q ,I , I ' ."I .,, W ': I I Page 160 3 , ' 1 5,1 5 ' II L I I 1 I 'f-4 . II' 1 ,F fa 5 F W4 Q7 y ,I -Mfffkf f Y I X , 1 1.21 Y f 5 L 7- ' -ag-'qw 4, rf ov f 5 'fb Q CLASS or 1941 E. V. Nash, L. Lane, F Branch, I. M. Planery, R Barr, G. Baker, W. Starke G. Lentz, G. Wyre. V. Schilb, D. Berry, M Scotten, P. S-udlorock, R Gieschen, P. Lorenz, M. I Guynn, S. De Foe, I. Sutl ton, G. Stump. C. Benton, M. Swope, G Diemer, S. Shelton, I. Die! mer, R. Witcher, G. Wood, L. Maskar, W. Gerhardt, E. Norcross. E. Helphrey, R. Sweet, M. L. Witcher, D. Zaring, D. Rabsahl, I. Pilgrim, L. Galobert, IV. Miller, M. Coke, M. Adams. . L., Baird, E. Coones, I. C. Mitts, G. Westerhold, H. Mindell, L. R. Bettien, L. Mueller, W.. Stricklen, I. Morris, T. Kenny. L. Smith, D. Bellemere, E. Lake, H. Motsinger, M. Powel-l, W. Baker, E. Way, L. Coslet, W. Binkley, H. Nichols. R. Lovelace, M. E. Haley, D. Horgan, L. New- land, W. Wall, E. Poulds, V. Hedlund, D. Hyder, N. Moreland, P. Henderson. SENlC,lQ DIRECTGPY Allen, Iqp, Ir, ,,,,,-,,-.,- Warrensburg .... .Music .......... - 36 B. S.in Ed. Orchestra. Andes, Mabel Lois ....... Warrensburg---l-lome Economics--Q37 Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Phi Delta, Science Club, Home Economics, Fellowship. Artmaiq, Mary ....... .... l-l aI'Cli1'1 .......... -. .............--. L37 B. S. in Ed. Atkins, lohn, lr. .......... Blairstown ....... .Biology ........ Q33 B. S. in Ed. Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Science Club, Eel- ' lowship in Biology Department. Baker, Mary Louise ...... Kansas City ..... -Physical Ed. ...- Q39 B. S.in Ed. Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, W. A. A., Canearies, President, Modern Foreign Language Club, President, Rhetor Staff, Assembly of President. Physical Ed. .... Q30 Bqpgt, I-larry ,,,,....-... .Garett, lndiana- B. S. in Ed. W Club, Track, Football. Barker, Ruth ............ -Warrensburg--- Primary ........ - 36 B. S. in Ed. A. C. E. Club. Barr, Lucille .,..,........ Butler ........... -English ........ Q32 B. S. in Ed. Amadrams. Beard, Loma -...,....... Deepwater ....-.. Commerce ..... Q34 B. S. in Ed. Chorus, Band, Glee Club, 'Crescendo Club. Beasley, Nelson ......... -Linton, lndiana---Physical Ed. .... Q37 B. S. in Ed. I Bezler, M. D. ............ Fulton ........... Industrial Arts -438 B. S. in Ed. Sigma Tau Gamma. Borgstadt, Boy .......... -l-ligginsville ..... B. S. in Ed. W Club, Football. Bowers, Elizabeth .... 4---l-lololen .... g---- B. S. in Ed. A. C. E., Science Club, Y. W. C. A. Boyer, Galen ....... L----Warrensburg--- B. S. in Ed. Intramural Basketball. Bradshaw Annabel Lee Leeton B S in Ed Alpha Phi Sigma Kappa Delta P1 Upsilon Brown Merwin Kansas City -lndustrial Arts ---4U Primary ........ - 33 History ........ - 39 English Secretary 38 Theta Sigma Social Science B S 1r1Ed Phi Sigma Epsilon Intermediate Grade Club Modern Foreign Language Club Social Science Club W Club Basketball Football Rhetor Brown lohnnie Tulsa Okla Physical Ed W Club Football Track Basketball Buck Mary lane Waverly English B S in Ed Chorus Sa Buck Norbert Warrensburg Physics B S in Ed Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma P1 Kappa Delta lnterfraternity Council Science Club Bueker Kermit Grand Pass Physics B S in Ed Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma P1 Kappa Delta P1 Callahan Effie M lohnstown Mathematics B S in Ed Kappa Delta P1 Alpha Phi Sigma Alpha Phi Delta Page 16? t ..... P . ....... ' . u "inf "" . I T -"- ' I L '-2.37 l ' ' , ' ' ' , , , ' , t ff. , ' ....--.... , .---L-- ' . .... Q39 Bs. , , , , D ........ - ......... ' .-...... Q40 , -........-. .T .... - ' ........ L35 E I. D I E . . . I . . .I , Pi, . ' . l "'T'f "" ' . . . 'T "" A . ""' H431 '. U ' "--"- ' . . 'T ""' ' . L -'-135 Chaney, Emily .......... .Warrensburg .... -Foreign Lang.---14U B. S. Foreign Language Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Clark, Charles E. ........ Warrensburg .... -Social Science--132 B. S.in Ed. Sigma Tau Gamma, Intermediate Grade Club. Coonrod, Clinton E. ...... Clinton .......... History ......... 134 A. B. Modern Foreign Language Club, Debate Team '37. Copenhaver, Grace Louise--Pleasant Hill----English ........ Q35 B-S. in Ed. Chorus. Courtney, Carolyn ...... -Sedalia ...-.-.... English ........ Q38 B. S.in Ed. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-President, Pan-Hellenic, Modern Foreign Language Club, English Club, Rhetor Staff, Convocation Committee. DOIViS, Tilton ............ -Lexington ........ Mathematics --- Q 31 B. S. in Ed. Dicus, Virginia ..-....... .Kansas City ..... -Physical Ed. .... Q37 B. S. in Ed. Theta Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Canearies, Orchesis, W. A. A., Senior Class Treasurer, Drum Major of Drum and Bugle Corps. Dodd, Anna Pauline ..... Clinton ....L..... .Social Science--Q35 B. S.in Ed. Amadrams, Orchestra, Social Science Club, Wesley Chums. Duncan, Fields M., Ir. .... Liberty ..-..... -Social Sci., Music--Q37 B. S. in Ed. Crescendo Club. Ellison, lrvin F. ...... A .... Los Angeles, Cal.-English ........ 135 B. S. in Ed. Science Club, Amadrams, Wesley Chums, Intramural Basketball. Engelhardt, Richard ..... .Slater ........-.. -History ......... 132 A. B. . Eppright, David ........ B. s. in Ed. Estes, Iohn Robert ....... - - .Warrensburg .... -Mathematics --- 1 31 B. S. in Ed. Sigma Tau Gamma. Fagan, Paula ..-..-..... B. S. in Ed. Warrensburg ---. -lndustrial Arts --l39 -Kansas City ..... -History ......... 140 Famuliner, Louise ....... .Holden .......-- ,Primary ........ 134 B. S. in Ed. A. C. E., Chorus. Ferguson, Woodrow -... Smithtong ....-.. Music, English--l33 B. S. in Ed. Sigma Tau Gamma, Crescendo Club, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Opera. ' Fowler, Emerson ........ B. S. W Club, Football. Frazier, 'Woodrow --.... Joplin ..,...,....- Chemistry ...... 133 Grain Valley ..............-...... 133 Warrensburg .-.. -Physics ........ 139 B. S. Sigma Tau Gamma, Science Club. Gerken, loe .......... -- George, William .......- -Hardin ...-.... -Economics, Com.--l39 B. S. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Rural Life Club, Advertising Mgr. Rhetor Staff. Gilmgre, Tony ,,-.,,. .... 1 G11GI'SOI'l CNY .... -EI'1g1lSl'1 ------ --138 B.S.in Ed. Phi Sigma Pi President '38, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Business Mgr, Rhetor, Assembly of Presidents. Gnqgyl D, C, ------,,,,- -Warrensburg .... -English .....-. -137 A.B. International Relations Club. Page 163 Goodloe, Vera Mae ..... Wellington ....... Commerce ..... l36 B. S. in Ed. Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, ,Kappa Delta Pi, Canearies, Orchesis, W. A. A., Assembly of Presidents. Gordon, Edith Gander----Bismark ......... -lnter. Grades ---l32 B. S. in Ed. Intermediate Grade Club, Home Economics Fellowship, Chorus. Harding, Earl ...... Q .... -Warrensburg .... -History ......... l38 A. B. Baptist Student Union, Foreign Language Club, Social Science Club. Harrill, William M. ...... .Kansas City ...... Social Science --l34 B. S. in Ed. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Phi Sigma Pi, International Relations Club, Missouri National Guard. Harrison, Dorothy ......- -Warrensburg .... -Pri. and K'garten l34 B. S. in Ed. A. C. E., Y. W. C. Chorus. ' Hatcher, Dolores lean .... Turney .......... .Music .......... l35 B. S. in Ed. Alpha Phi Sigma, Theta Sigma Upsilon, Crescendo Club Secretary '36, '37, '38, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Member '37-'38, Orchestra. A Hedgecock, Loyd ........ Knobnoster ...... Physic, Chem.---l44 Science Club, Chorus. Hershey, Twilafern ...... -Marceline ....... -Commerce ...... l3U B. S. in Ed. Chorus, Canearies. Hocker, Ella Virginia .... -Warrensburg .... -Chemistry ...... l3l A. B., B. S. Alpha Phi Delta, Orchesis President '37,'Canearies, W. A. A., Y. W. ' C. A., Modern Foreign Language Club, May Fete Dance Recital, Opera 1936. Holdzkom, Robert Lincoln-Kansas City .... -History ......... l38 A. B. Chorus, Bartered Bride, Mikado. Hollrah, Carl W. ......... Enid, Okla. ...... -Mathematics ---l32 A. B., B. S. in Ed. Kappa Delta Pi President, Alpha Phi Sigma, Science Club, Assembly of Presidents, Track. Horton, Earl -........-... Warrensburg .... -Mathematics ---l4O Horning, Rose lna --.-... .Independence ...-........---..-.. l33 B. s. in Ed. Howard, Harold ..--.-... Warrensburg -... -Commerce -.... l39 B. s. in Ed. W Club. Iones, Crystal Doris -...-. Deepwater ....... Home Economics l3U B. S. in Ed. Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Phi Delta, Science Club, Home Economics Fellowship, W. A. A. lones, Fay Belle ........- .-Green Forest, Ark. .-..---------..- 135 lones, Russell --......... Hamilton-, --.... -Social Science-- B. S. in Ed Chorus Intramural Basketball Keeton Roy Roscoe Mathematics B S in Ed Y M C A National Guard Keth Earl Chicago lll -History Basketball King Mary Vivian Warrensburg Social Science B S in Ed Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Phi Delta Kappa Delta P1 Modern or eign Language Club Phi Sigma P1 Lee Nadine Odessa Commerce Lemmer George Francis Harrisonville Social Science B S in Ed Phi Slgrna P1 Kappa Delta P1 International Relations Club Page l64 l3l , y ------------- I ------ ----- ' ---140 , ...-.----...-.- ' , . ----- 'I --------- 140 . I . . --H-H -nm , , --130 A. .' . ' , ' I 'I F - Kirk, Rjolgert-------A ..-. Kansas City ..-.. -History ....--.. -135 , ' -----..... Q-- I .....--... ....- l 40 I - . . I -. I I . Wghii . I . I .isa .132 .138 .134 Ulub, 134 .135 etary 144 130 131 ' W 138 132 Ilub, 140 133 139 130 rnics 1135 I131 ll40 Il40 Il30 For- l35 40 38 64 Lissack, Anna .-...-...,..-. --,,,,-,,--,,, , .--,,-,-,-- ----- 1 4 U LOWIY, Grier ........ .... . Warrensburg .... .English ........ 140 A. B. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Science Club, Tennis and Intramural Sports. MCPDSTSOH, Opal W. .... -Drexel ........... Social Science--133 B.S.in Ed. Delta Sigma Epsilon, Panhellenic Intermediate Grade Club, Glee Club, Opera. McCauley, I. C. ......... Kansas City ..... -Chemistry ...... 135 B. S.,A. B. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Science Club, Tennis and Intramural Sports. Malvin, Lincoln ......... -Reeds ........... -Mathematics ---132 B. S. in Ed. Marshall, loe A. ......... .Marshall ......... Industrial Arts --l34 B. S.in Ed. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Intramural Basketball. Martin, Lucille B. ........ -Warrensburg .... -Physical Ed. .... 134 B. S.in Ed. W. A. A. Treasurer 1934, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Fellowship, Science Club, May Fete '32-'34, Melcher, Beatrice ........ Warrensburg .... -Mathematics ---133 B. S. in Ed. B. S.,A. B. Theta Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Canearies, Glee Club, Panhellenic, Mathematics Fellowship. Meredith, Virgil ......... .Warrensburg .... -Social Science --133 B. s. Miller, Evelyn Kay ....... Kansas' City ..... -Com., English---135 . B. S. in Ed. Pi Kappa Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Canearies, Teaching Fellowship in English '38, Moore, lames Butler ..... .Warrensburg .... -Social Science --l37 ' International Relations Club President. Moreland, Doris ......... .Warrensburg .... -Commerce ..... 132 B. s. I Mosby, Isabelle ......... .Warrensburg .... -Mathematics --- 139 Mueller, Edgar .......... .Creighton ........ Physics ........ 130 B. S. National Guard, Intramural Basketball. Newell, Dale -........... Portis, Kansas .... Social Science --l36 B.s. in Ed. W ciub. Nunn, George W. ....... -Chillicothe .-..... .Economics ..... 140 B. S. in Ed. Odom, Harvey W. ....... Leeion ........... Pre-Chem. Eng. -137 B. S. National Guard, Science Club, Baseball, Intramural Basketball. Owen, Maurice ......... .Warrensburg .... -l-listory' ......... 138 B. S. in Ed. International Relations Club.'4 Page, Charles ...-...... .Kansas City ...... Social Science --l36 ' B. S.,A.B. Phi Sigma Epsilon, Phi Sigma Pi, Amadrams- Pannell, Irene -........ --Nevada ......... -Biology -------- 132 B. S. Science Club, Chorus of Mikado. Pqush, Ethel I, ---,--,,, --Warrensburg .... -1nter. Grades ---133 B. S. in Ed. Intermediate Grade Club. Pereda, Marjorie ........ -St. Louis ......... Home Economics 134 B. S. in Ed. - Home Economics Fellowship, Science Club, Amadrams, W. A. A., Opera '36, '37, '38, May Fete '35, Kappa Omicron Phi. Perrin, Ruth ............. Osceola ........- -EnQliSl1 -------- 130 A. B., B. S. Alpha Phi Delta, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Modern Foreign Language Club. ' ' Page 165 , ff 1 .4 i i I l I l I Peterson, Charles ....... -Warrensburg---'--Industrial Arts --l32 , B. S. in Ed. Science Club, Intramural Basketball. . f ' Pglgckl Lelqnd -----,-,, ,-Warrensburg .... -Social Science --l39 sl ' B. S. in Ed. Crescendo Club, National Guard, Amadrams, Glee Club, Chorus, Opera, all school play, summer '37, fall '37, l' Prall, Charles ...... ..... . I.-irlfl Creek ------ -I ---------------- 136 l' I Rgbefl Sugqnnq ---,--- -,.I'IOlde1'1 .......... .Commerce ..... ll B. S. in Ed. Delta Sigma Epsilon President '38, Panhellenic Secretary '38, ,. Reed, Igck -------- ,,--,, . Lexington ........ Biology ........ l36 l ' A. B., B. S., B. S. in Ed. Phi Sigma Pi, Science Club, International Relations Club, Q' Chorus, Intramural Basketball. ' ig, I Reidenbqch, Char1otte---.Slater ........... -Commerce -----l35 .Ill B. S.in Ed. Alpha Sigma Alpha President '38, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, I l ' ' ' Panhellenic President '38, Canearies, Assembly of Presidents, Rhetor Staff. 1 y Riley, I-Iarold-4 ......... .Kearney ......... .Physics ........ l3U l . B. S. in Ed. Sigma Tau Gamma, Science Club, Intermediate Grade Club. H Roselle, Charles M. ...... Warrensburg .... -Mathematics ---l37 -, .l B.S.in Ed. Phi Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Science Club, ll Assembly ot Presidents, Senior Class President, Teaching Fellowship in Mathe- l ' matics, President student council. ' ' I Rundle, Bertha .......... .Nevada .......... E1'lgllSl'l ........ 132 ii H B. S. in Ed. Intermediate Grade Club. l I it 'I . . Schneider, Howard ...... Chicago, Ill. ...... Commerce ..... I37 B. S. in Ed. Phi Sigma Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, W Club, Basketball. Shepard, Margaret ...... .Slaterm ........- -Commerce ..... l38 'll I 1 B. S. in Ed. Wesley Chums. l I I A lf, Shepard, Marjorie ....... Slater ........... -Commerce ..... 134 if B. S. in Ed. Wesley Chums. I I I . l . . HI Shobe, Kay ....,........ .Warrensburg .... -Social Science --l3U H B. S. in Ed. I it Smiser, Sam .........-.. .Warrensburg ...- -Chemistry ...... l4U fli I B. S., A. B. National Guard. lliilva . ' . . IM Smith, Anna lean ....... -Kansas City- ....- Primary ........ l3l l B. S. in Ed. A. C. E., W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Crescendo Club. Smith I Roy Centerview English English Club Sodeman Charles I-I Edgerton Social Science Phi Sigma Epsilon Spicer Frank Centerview Industrial Arts Football Intramural Basketball Starne Mary Emma Warrensburg Inter Grades 3 B S 1n Ed Intermediate Grade Club Sigma Sigma Sigma May Fete 35 36 Stephenson Elda B Warrensburg Inter Grades B S in Ed Intermediate Grade Club Home Economics Fellowship Y W C A Strange William Smithville Physics B S in Ed W Club Football Track Talbot Ruth Antoinette Butler Inter Grades B S in Ed Intermediate Grade Club Teegarden N E Rayville Page 166 I ' ' ,. ------------ . ' . ----.. . ' -.-..... 137 Ill B-S ' - I Ill , , . ---- ---- --,-- ' ' --130 Bs. ' ' ' . ill ' , ----------- - ' ------ . I -' --l36 B.S. , . It , ----- . ---- - . ---1U9 VM . . . . . , -, 'tl " ' ' ' ' .S' I . I ---f--- ---- - . - . ---131 , H ' ' ------- -. 1 ' ------- - ' -------- 133 .l , 6 ' A--- ,,.,-.,,-.. - -,,l32 Q5 , . . -------- ' --------- - ----.--.----- ---133 Terrell, Mrs. Lorene B.----Chicago, lll. ...... English ........ l3l B. S. in Ed. Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, English Club, Home Economics Fellowship. Tetley, Gladys .......... .Chamois ......... Commerce ..... l3 l B. s.1nBd. Theiss, Anna ............ Electric Springs---English -,...,-. 134 B. S. in Ed. Theiss, Robert ........... Warrensburg .... -Mathematics ---136 B. S. in Ed. Phi Sigma Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, National Guards, Editor of the l9-38 Rhetor. Thomas, Earnest ........ .Warrensburg .................. ---l39 B. S. Thomas, loe ....-...-... -Portis, Kansas .....-....,..-..,,. 439 D B. S. Tompkins, Stanley ...... -Wheeling ........ Commerce ..... Q33 B. S.in Ed. Tronstrom, Mae E.-- Soldier, lowa .... Home Economics Q38 B S in Ed Ho e Economics Fellowship Alpha Phi Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Science Club. Troutwine, Fred .... B. S. in Ed. Tyler, Ferne ............ B. S. in Ed. Sigma Club, Rhetor Staff. Vansandt, Bliss .......... B. s. in Ed. Wade, Everett E. ........ - B. s. in Ed. Ward, Marian Davis B. S. in Ed. Intermediate Watsky, loseph P.-- B. s.1nEd. Chicago, 'lll.- -Warrensburg Sigma Sigma, Alpha Ph ---Phys. Ed., Soc. Sci. Q31 -----Foreign Lang.---Q40 i Delta, Modern Foreign Language Archie ----------- Social Science -- l 30 Warrensburg Warrensburg Grade Club, W. A. A., Y. - - ---Industrial Arts -- l3l -----English --------l4U W. C. A., Science Club. Marceline -------- Mathematics --'- l 3U Wells, Helen ------------ Windsor ......-.. B. S. in Ed. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Crescendo Club, Language Club, Chorus. Wells, Robert l-l. --------- C enterview ------ .Commerce ----- l3U Amadrams, Modern Foreign .Physical Ed. ---- l38 B. S. in Ed. W Club - Wickham, Rosemary ---- -leiterson City ---- -Primary -------- l3l B.'S.in Ed. A. C. 13. " Wilkison, William ---..-- .Polo ......------- ---------------- 1 40 Williams, Clarence G. ---- Windsor --------- History --------- 132 B. S. in Ed. Sigma Tau Gamma Withers', Louise --------- -Polo --....------- PTiII1Ol1'Y -------- 133 B. S. in Ed. Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha Phi Delta, Delta Sigma Epsilon, A. C. E., Crescendo, Y. W. C. A., Assembly of Presidents. Wood, lanet Sue -------- -Warrensburg ---- -Music ---------- 135 B. S. in Ed. Sigma Sigma Sigma President '38, Alpha Phi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Orchesis, Modern Foreign Language Club, Panhellenic, Iunior Class Secretary '37, Student Council, Secretary, Rhetor Staff. Werkmen, Charles ------ -Warrensburg .... -. ---------------- 135 B. S. in Ed. ZQI-ing, Nancy ,,-,,----- Marshfield ------. . ---....------ - --135 Page 167 I 2 1 1 sl' 1 1 f 1 i t 1 I 1 , . f 1 f lt GENERAL 1NDEX - 1 1 ' , Abney, Mary Francesn-- .... 156 Basketball HHH .... ..... 7 5 ' A, C, E, ---,,-,-,-,,.,, ,... 9 7 Bass, Mrs. . . .... ---- f f 1 Adair, Kathryn ...... .... l 56 Bateman, Ann ..... .... 1 48 ii y Adgmg, Dehjng -----,,, ..-. 1 50 BGCII'Cl, LOITICI --.'--- ----13f1 , 1,11 ,, Adams, lane --,-,,-,,-,- ..,, 1 49 Beasley, Carleton --- ..... ---145 1 ,ffl , - Adams, Margaret Alice ........ 149 Beasley, Nelson .... --- -38, 137 , ' ,, Adams, Martha ......... .... 1 61 Eegu1c?rgu?ds.1hI ..... .... 1 16-1123 , rch 'Ahma ,Mabel ........ --- G G , F- C110 ----- ------ 1, Alexailjildler, Iimmie --- --- Selle-me-rg Ddvid ..... ---dgg g', n A1 , Donna ...... --- enton, rayton --- ---- 1, , Ali? Clayton -A --- Berrier, Harry Ir--- ----l48 1, lf V Allen, Geraldine --- --- g9f1'Y,A?igOf1 ----- ----123 'E L , A11 ,lr ne .... --- eff! P CI ------ -- ---- , 1 A1122 time .... ..... E ettien,1J,.dDRue .... .... 1 q i All , lap Ir. ..... ........ 9 ZGIU - - ----- ---- ,IV AIIEQ, Narman ,,,,, ,-,-,..-., B 1I'llC1GY, Walter -- .... 161 fl ,, Alley, Rebecca ............ 110, Bird, RL1SS6'1lf ---- - ..-. 147 , ,lt Allinsen, Mildred .... ....... E 551119, Iifldrvln ..,.. --- Al li Phi Delta ..... ..... Cr n e, uius ---.- -..- - , 'lit' Alghg Phi Sigma ..... --- Blatti, Catherine --- -,--l47 ,lf Alpha Sigma Alpha .... --- BOGI'Cl of Regents .....-. ---- 46 Amadrams ......... 1 U- Bondurant, Frances .... ...... l 57 'I. 1? Ameni, Francis ,,,,, ..... B oone, Robert ....... ........ 1 59 , Sift, Andersan, Clay ,,,-- -... 6 , Eorgstadgklzloy ..... --- -43, 133 1 'lj 4 Anderson, I. D. ...... --- Owers, dr es --- - ----1 1 Q Andes, Mabel Lois ..... --, Eowjrs, Elizabeth .... .... l 38 t - J Andes, Samuel, ...... --- Oy , Gardner ..-............. -151 1 . 1 Anthony, Dr, Cloyd .... --- BOYSF, Galen .............. .----139 ,L Appleman, Edwin .... --- Bradshaw, Annabel 17, 112, 118,134 ' S Armentrout, Paul ....... --- EFCUT19, S1'1I1Ci,BGll ........... ---154 , , gl .5 Artman, Mary ................. ICIIHG, VCI ................... 150 1 Assembly of Presidents ......... BFCII1Cl'1, FTGTICGS --.- -... l 60 2,1 ,g I Atkins, Iohn Ir. .............. 26 Brdttstrom, Paul .... .... 1 52 ,I 1, Q, , Atkins, Walter ..,...... ..... E Fenton, William ..... .... l 46 1 Atwood, Richard .... --- reWS'fer, loe ........ .... l 42 ' 1 Auer, Colville ......... --- Bright, Rosa Nelle .... .... 1 59 Ayers, Doris Anna .... .... B rown Benson .... .... 1 52 Baile, Richard ........ .... B I'OW1'1 Elmer B. ..... ...... 9 2 Bailey, Gpal Ruth ..... .... B rown George Ir. --- ...... -- 60 Baird, Helen ....... .... B rown, Iohnnie --- ---- , Baird, Lee ......... ........ B rown Merwin --- ---- Baker, Frances ................. Baker, Mary Louise .... Baldwin, Horner ..... ..... Ball, Lucy ........ Banks, Iohn ..... Banks, Loy --- Bapst, Harry .... Barker, Ruth .... Barnes, Vera ..... Barnett, Velma .... Barr, Lucille ...... Barr, Ruth ......... Barrow, Frances .... Basham, David ....... Basham, Wendell ..... -23, 108, 94, F-'ii-156' I Brown Olive - - Q- Otis ......... Brownfield, Helen .... Brown Bruce, Bruce, lack ..........,. Ray .............. Buchanan, Avery Neil .... -39 139 108,137 74 ----l52 Buck, Darwin .......-.. ...... Buck, Mary lane ..... ..... 3 1, Buck, Norbert ..... 147 144 143 ----l51 158 140 ----l35 145 Buckles, Nancy ................ Buckstead, Elaine .............. 154 Buckstead, lean ................ Bueker, Kermit ....... 26, 37, 93, Bueker, Ruth --- 148 Buente, Iarnes .... 155 131 110, ----------l53 Page L68 x 1-83 100 148 134 145 137 118 15 160 160 148 160 69 160 138 161 147 153 154 147 46 57 59 40 52 38 51 39 34 54 50 60 52 46 42 59 52 92 60 39 37 74 52 47 14 13 31 58 10 15 15 L4 15 11 48 I3 18 Bunce, Beverly ....... Burgard, Harold ..... Burgess, Wayne Burk, Francelia .... Burke, Billie ..... Burks, Dwight ..... Burks, lulian ....... Burlingame, Earl ..... Burnley, Sara ...... Bush, Donald .... Bush, Edith --- Byars, Forest ........ -----107, Callahan, Elfie .....-.. ,,-,, Callaway, Elizabeth- - Calvert, Dr. Fred ...... ..... Calvird, Mary lane-- - Canearies ---------- Canfield, Della Mae Mrs. - - --- - - - Canfield, Frances ---- Carlyle, Keith -------- Carlyle, Mary Mabel- Carr, Charles ------- 1111111111 Carr, Walter ----------- 40, l21,' Carter, Dorothy- ----- Carter, Maryetta ---- Cassingham, Nancy-- Castrop, Rose -------- Cauble, Dale -------- Chambers, Melvin --- Chambers, Veda Mae Chaney, Emily---1--- Charles, Lois -------- Charlton, Aruba ----- Chasteen, C. F. ------ Cheatham, Hazel --- Cirrincione, Ioe ---- Clark, Charles ---- Clark, Mildred ---- Class Officers ------- Classes ------------- Clemence, Oma Lee-- Clements, Cleora ---- Coats, Lela Fern ----- Cobb, Iohin B. ------- Cochran, Frances ---- Cochrane, Marie ---- Coe, lames --------- Coe, Mary Louise ---- Coffield, Glenn ------ Coffman, Everett ---- 1111961 I 36, Cockefair, Mrs. Caroline B. ------ Cockefair, Dr. C. A.-- Coke, Marion ----- --- Collett, lames ------ Collier, Gerald ------ Collins, Dr. E. A. ---- Collins, Marie ----- Collins, Tom -------- Conaway, Barbara--- Page 169 144 158 153 154 157 159 143 153 146 153 154 153 135 22 28 159 75 153 159 149 156 148 142 148 147 154 156 154 143 146 140 150 99 152 146 158 132 157 37 128 159 150 157 86 150 143 158 147 147 153 105 26 161 148 154 98 157 126 149 Conway, Marion --- Cook, Gera ------ Coones, Elsie ----. Coonrod, Clinton ---- Cooper, Emma ----- Copenhaver, Grace --- Cornelius, Clifford ----- Cornelius, Dwight ----- ------40, Coslet, Raymond Leslie --------. Cossairt, Phyllis --------------- Courter, Bill -- ---------- 41, 120, Courtney, Carolyn ---- Covington, Marg't--110 Craig, Ben R. --------- Craig, Mrs. Nellie ----- Cravens, Maurice ---- Crawford, George ---- Crescendo Club ----- Creason, lewell ----- Crippen, Dale ------- Cropp, Melvin -------- Cross, Mavourneen --- Crouch, Ruth Fay ----- Crowder, Evelyn ---- Cruse, Robert ----- Cuffman, Edna ---- Cull, Max -------- Curtis, Leonard ----- Dailey, Gene ------- Danie Danie 1, Earnest ---- 1, Elizabeth ----- Davis, Esther -------- Davis, Mrs. Iewell Ross Davis, Katherine ----- Davis, Myra ----- Davis, Tilton ----- Davis Dawe , Wylma --- s, Leta ----- Dean of Faculty ----- Dean of Women ---- Defoe, Stansel -------- Delta Sigma Epsilon--- De Moss, Lela Helen--- DeVore, Paul A. ------- Dicus, Virginia --.- 35, 3 Diemer, Dorothy ----- Diemer, George lr. --- Diemer, George W. --- Diemer, lohn -------- Dierking, George Etta- Dillion, Raymond ----- Dimitt, Doris --------- Dimmitt, Mrs. Eva ---- Dixon, Alma ------- Dixon, lmogene ---- Dixon, Othelia ------ Dodd, Anna Pauline--- Douglas, loan Frances- Douglas, Margaret --- -----109, ,112,114, 11111161 111111161 919511651 -------45, ------36, 100 154 160 134 159 135 148 151 161 155 148 138 145 17 152 147 158 71 141 158 154 150 158 157 155 158 146 160 154 154 30 155 106 142 150 131 150 91 15 14 161 51 158 31 137 146 160 94 160 157 143 154 141 153 153 156 135 147 158 Douglass, Ruth ....... 1111157 -Downing, Annabel .... .... 1 58 143 63 Downing, Walter1 1 1 1 Downs, Myrtle .... Drake, William 1 1 1 Drama 1 11 .......... 1 Droege, Esther .......... .... Dunbar, Rose Mary ..... .... 157 18-19 152 149 Duncan, Fields M. Ir. .... .... Earlej Deward ........ 11 Eaton, Frances ...... Eclc, Roy ........,.. Edwards, Elizabeth 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Edwards, Lucille 111 Edwards, Ward .... Elliott, Muriel ..... Ellis, Buford ...,.. 137 152 141 1111151 144 111111152 1111111 74 111140,153 Ellis, Kenneth .......... .... 151 Ellis, Dr. Emmett ...... .... 1 01 153 90 Ellis, Mrs. Marguerite Ellison, lrvin ........... .... 1 35 Else, Winifred ........ .... 5 6 Emery, D. E. ........ Endsle Donal Y, ------- ---- Engelhardt, Richard ..... .... English Club ......... .... Epley, Nelda Mae ..... .... Epley, Vera 1rene ..... ..... Eppright, David ..... Esgar, Vernon 11111 Essig, Don 1 1 ....... 1111111 Estes, Iohn Robert ..... .... Ezzell, Iohnnie ...... Fagan, Paula ..... Faler, Lorena .... Fann, Lois ......... Famuliner, Lois ..... Farnuliner, Sarah 111 Faris, Iewell ........ Fawcett, Herbert ...... .... Feeback, Margaret .... .... Fellhauer, Willa Mae .... .... Ferguson, Edgar ...... .... Ferguson, Harold 111 Ferguson, Ruth ..............,. Ferguson, Woodrow ........ 17, Fethke L bertha , u ...... ..... Fickas, Charlene .... Fields, Hazel ...... Fieth, Dick ....... Finley, Arthur .... Finley, Carl ....... 60 155 132 17 149 147 131 152 71 139 149 140 143 142 134 11-1145 149 159 148 151 153 154 147 133 141 1111155 111158 111150 111158 152 Fischer, Rudolph .... 1 1 1156 Fisher, Glenn ...... 1-1159 Fisher, Melveleah 1 1 1 1 1156 Fisher, Mildred .... 1 1 1142 Fitzgerald, Ruth ,.,.,-,-- 111 98 Fitzpatrick, Garland ..... 1 1 1156 Flanery, lean .,.,.,.., 111160 Fleming, Garneta .... ..... Fleming, Marvin 111 Foley, Mary ...... '1 Ford, Harriette 11 Foree, Foster, Foster, Foster, Foster, Foster, Foster, Foulds, Fowler, Fowler, Adah ..... A. L. 1 1 111ii159'iQ1 Bob 111 11 , , E. R. ..... Gladys .... ....... Mary lo 1 11 111-51 Roberta 1-1 1-1133 Elizabeth 1 1 Emerson 1 1 1 Rex ....... Francis, Pauline .... Frazier, Woodrow- 1 Frost, Redmond .... Gabbert, Leota .... Ganz, Rudolph ..... Garey, 1van 1 1 ..... Gerhardt, Walter- 1 1 Gerkin, Ioe ........ 11 1-1115 George, William ...... Gibbs, Iames ...... Gibson, Fern 111 Gibson, Frances 11 Gieschen, Ruth ,... Gilbert, Iames 111 Gillum, Lorraine 1 1 1 Gilmore, T. P. ...... Glee Club ..... Gnagy, D. C. ...... Gnagy, Eugene .... 11117e,78 11i1f61fi65 11111111126 11111131, 1130,109, I 158 158 69 74 151 29 146 25 146 145 157 160 133 159 158 138 153 160 126 153 161 139 139 142 74 155 160 148 154 138 73 137 158 Goodloe, Vera Mae .... 112, 113, 136 Gordon, Edith .1.,..1.........1 132 Goss, Gladys ...... ........ 6 8 Gossage, Martha .... ..... 1 57 Gotschall, Iohn .....1 1.1.. 1 51 Graham, lla Fern 1....... .... - 153 Graham, Iames ................ 102 Grandstaft, Earl Clayton ..1..... 143 Green, Verna Belle ............. 156 Gregg, .Louise ......1,1. 111 1 1154 Greim, Marian 1111 11111 1 56 Grinstead, Noel 111111 11111 6 4, 65 Groenewold, Ella 11.1 11111 6 6 Gump, Willie 1111. ..111 1 56 Gunter, Dorothy 111 1111 1153 Gungall, Verona 11111 11111 1 47 Gurney, Elsie 11111111 11111 1 58 Guynn, Mary lane .111111 11111 1 60 Hachenberg, Margie 11.11 11111 1 52 Haley, Mary Ellen 111111 11111 1 60 Hamilton, Edwin .111 11111 1 52 Hamilton, Fredric 111 1111111 1152 Hamilton, Ruby 111 111111111 1154 Hammer, Van 1111111111 39, 121, 142 Hampton, Leonard 11111111.1111 Handly, Ella Mae1111 111111 11 Page 146 141 170 m mmmmmmmmmmmmmm FF?F??????F?5????????????55E?mmmmmmmmmm mmmmm Pc -158 -158 - 69 . 74 .151 . 29 146 . 25 .146 145 157 .160 133 .159 .158 .138 153 160 126 153 161 139 139 142 74 155 160 148 154 138 73 137 158 136 132 68 157 151 153 102 143 156 154 156 , 65 66 156 153 147 158 160 152 160 152 152 154 142 146 141 170 Hansbro, Gerald .... Harding, Earl ..... Harding, Nellie .... - Harmon, Myrl ........ Harp, Dorothy ....... Harpham, Charlotte-- Harrell, Geraldine .... Harrill, William ...... Harrer, Dorothy .... Harris, Anne G. --- Harris, Weldon ..... Harrison, Dorothy .... Harvey, Winnilred --- Hatcher, Anna ...... - Hatcher, Delores lean Hatz, lulia ........... Hauser, Keith ........ Hays, Sara Louise--- Heare, Alice ..--.-.-- Hedgecock, Loyd ...-. Hedlund, Vivian ----. Heller, Harry ...-.- Hellman, lack ....-- Helphrey, Elaine ...-. Henderson, Fred ---.- Hendricks, Dr. E. L.-- Hendrix, Magdalen--- Henrichs, Dean --.-.- Herfurth, Frances .... Herndon, Mary Kay-- Hershey, Twilafern--- Hillebrand, Frances - Hinken, Lawrence ..-- Hinton, Violet .-.--.-- Hocker, Ella Virginia- Hogan, Gwendle .--.- Hogan, Gwynneth --- Holdzkom, Robert --- Holland, Charles ----- Holland, Marjorie ---- Holman, Charles Monroe ------- Hollrah, Carl W. ---- Hollrah, Helen ------ Hollyman, Thomas --- Home Economics Fellowship ---- Hoover, G. E. -------- Hopkins, Millie ------- Hopkins, Mary Sue--- Hopkins, Truman ---- Hopper, Verne ---- Horgan, Donald ----- Horn, Donald .--............... Hornbuckle, Frances ---.--- 1 10, Horning, Rose 1na-- --- ------- Horton, Earl -------- Hosey, Gertrude -------- - - - Hotchkiss, Rosemary ---- - - - Houts, Mrs. C. L. --..-- --- Howard, Edith ----- Page 171 Howard, Harold ----- Howard, Rose Marie -- Hudson, C. B. ----.---- Hulsey, Raymond ----- Humphreys, Pauline--- Hunter, luanita ------- Huxol, Robert ---.-.--- Hyder, Donald -------- lnter-Fraternity Council lntermediate Grades -- Intramural basketball- lackman, Richard ----- lacobs, E. L.-' --------- lacoby, Ethel --------- Ianisch, Mima ------ 93 lohansen, Gussie ------ lohansen, Ray ---- lohnson, Betty ----- lohnson, Charles ----- lohnson, Dee L. lr. ---- lohnson, William --- lohnston, Kathleen ---- lohns lohns, Iones lanes lones lanes Geraldine --- Iohn P. ---- Connie ---- Crystal ---- Fay Belle ---- Russell ---- Iordan, Mary - - - Kapke, Paul ---------- Kappa-Delta Pi ------- Kappa Cmicron Ph1--- Kay, Marvin ---------- Keeton, Roy ----- ,- - - Keitter, Max E. R. ---- Keith, Ruth ------ Kelley, Charles -- Kelley, Maxine --- Kelley, Robert ---- Kelso, Lois--.---- Kenny, Tom ----------- Keth, Earl ----------- -76, 78, 83 Killion, Mary Dean ---- ---76, 79 ------65, ,ll2,117, --11165 --11115 'lflllis ""'-16 Kimzey, Nova --------- - - - King, Elsie ----------- King, Mary Vivian ---- Kirk, Robert ---------- Kirkpatrick, Barbara Lee ------- Klopfenstein, Fern ----- Knox, Betty ---------- Knox, William F. ---- Kock, Thornton ----- Kohler, Mildred ----- Kraft, Louis ------- Krattli, lames--- Kresse, Verne ----- Krocker, Edward ---- Kroeck, lack ------ Lake, Estalene ---- ---29,59 ---is -iiiri I I v w 1 2 1 1 I 1 .I it I ' 1 ll tl mg. ll Il 111 lt 's 1 14 .lt 1:5 I 1 1 Lamb, Clarence ...... Landaker, Walter .... Landers, Nellie .... 1 - - Landsiedal, Frances .... ....... l 54 Lane, Lillian ......... Larkin, Margaret ......... Latimer, Boy ......... Latspinch, Harold .... Leabo, Mack ....... Lee, Nadine ..... Lehnert, Pearl ...... Lemmer, George ..... Lemon, Eloise ...... Lentz, Gordon .... Lewis, A. I. ........ Licklider, Hazel --- Lineback, Shirley .... Linthacum, Lo Dean---.- Linthacum, Howard .... Linton, Stanley ....... Lissack, Anna ..... Long, Cliff ........ Longfellow, Iack --- Lorenz, Fred ...... Losson, H. A. ........ Lovelace, Richard .,.. Lowe, Harry ........ Lowry, Grier ....... Lowrey, Mildred .... Lycan, Fred ..o...... McBratney, Eugene .... McCauley, I. C. ...... McClain, Clifton ...... McClain, Frances ..... McClean, Mrs. Albert-- McCormack, Betty Lou McCormack, Virgil .... McCubbin, Helen ..... McCurdy, Iohn .,........ --------160 34,95,142 --------141 --------153 -----36 149 ------140 -----94, ------ 32 -----161 ----150 ----148 ----148 ----154 --1111140 -----26, ------l60 ------ 70 --------160 -----43,l59 -----17, ---153 144 McDonald, Anna Margaret ...... McFarland, Nora Iean .... McGann, Helen ......... McGuire, William ..... McKee, Byron ........... McMahon, Mary Lee ..... McMi1lin, Oren ........ McMillan, Orene ....,. McNeely, Rowena ..... McPherson O al , 13 ....... McOuitty, Anna Mae ..... McOuitty, Wray ....... McBeyno1ds, Frank .... McBeynolds, Paul ..... Malkin, Enid ........ Malvin, Lincoln ....... Markey, Annabelle ....... M arksberry, Margaret .... Marshall, Ioe .... g ....... Marti, Dr. O. A. ....... Martin, C. F. ...... Martin, Lucille .... Martin, Louise ........ Maskar, LaVerne ..... Mason, William Lowry Mayes, Iames ........ Mayfi eld, Lois ---1---- Melcher, Beatrice ..... Meredith, Virgil ..... Merrifield, Clara .... Meyer, Harold ...... Middleton, Walter ..... Miller, Evelyn Kay .... Miller Miller Miller , Everett Lee .... , Thelma Frances , Harold ........ Miller, Kenneth ....... Miller, Martha --- Miller, Nathlee --- Miller, Ryland --- Miller, Virgil L-- Miller, Virginia 1-- Miller, William --- Mills, Charlotte --- Mindell, Haroia ..... Minor, Louise .... Minter, Charles ..... Mitts, I. C. Ir. ......... Montague, Wanda .... Moore, Clarence .... Moore, Iames .... .... 1 Moree, Fyrn ...... Moreland, A. C. -- Moreland, Doris -- Moreland, Nancy -- Moreland, Porter --- Morgan, Lucille ..... Morris, Ioan ........ Morris, Dr. W. C. .... Mosby, Isabelle ....... ---- 16 ----134 ---- 32 ----l61 --- ----150 ------141 --------154 -----31, 133 ------133 ----153 ----144 ----159 ----l35 --- ----155 147 153 1111127 153 145 141 156 154 161 ----155 151 160 145 149 160 158 159 29,41, 137 158 111f56f 93 132 161 ----150 56 161 ----- 24 139 Motsinger, Harold .... .... 1 60 Mueller, Edgar ..... .... 1 30 Mueller, Leonard --- .... 160 Munkres, Helen ..... .... l 55 Munkres, Bohanr .... ..... 1 43 Murray, Marjorie - - - ...... - 101 Music ............... ..... 7 0, 73 Naismith, Dr. Iames ..... ..... 8 3 Nance, Olen ............... 25, 143 Nash, Elbert .................. 160 Nattinger, Mrs. Maude C. ...... 26 National Guard .............. 86, 87 Newell, Dale ............. 1 ..... 136 Newland, Lois ..... - - -160 Newsam, Dorothy ..... ---159 Newsom, Tom ....... ---l50 Neville, Delta ...... --- 99 Nichols, Horace .... - - -161 Noel, Edna Mae .... -4---154 Page 172 Noj No: Nu Nu Od Oli Ori Ore Or Or: Os Ov Pai Pai Pai Pai Pm Pa: Pa' Pa' Pa' Pa' Pa Pa Pe: Pe: Pe: Pei Pei Pet Pe' Pet Pe' Ph Ph Ph Pi l Ph Ph Ph Ph Ph Pic Pie Pill Pip Pli Po ' Po. Po Po Po. Poj Poj Poj Po: Po' Prc Prc Pa Noll, Henry ........ Norcross, Eunice ..... Nunn, George ..... Nutter, Dorothy ---- Odom, Harvey ..... Oliver, Helen .... Orchesis ....... Orchestra ....... Opera ........... F- - - Orr, Vera Maree ..... Osborne, Lester .... Owen, Maurice .... Pace, Fred ....,.. Page, Charles ...... Painter, Margaret .... Panhellenic ....... Pannell, Irene ...... Parks, La Vera ..... Patterson, Gentry .... Pattimore, William --- Paul, Follis ........ Paulson, Paul ....... - Pausch, Ethel ........ Payne, Edna Mary--- Perdue, Mary Martha .......... Pereda, Marjorie .... Perrin, Ruth ......... Perry, Ernestine .... Peters, Lloyd ......... Peterson, Charles ..... Peterson, Henry ...... Petty, Thomas ........ Pevestortt, Elizabeth-- Phi Sigma Epsilon ---- Phi Sigma Pi --------- Phi Kappa Delta .---. Pi Kappa Sigma ---- Phillips, Evonne ------ Phillips, Dr. I-I. A, ---- Phillips, Marion --- Phillips, lack ------ Phipps, Imogene ---- Pick, Martha ------ Pieper, Laura -.-- Pilgrim, lack ----. Pipes, Donald ---- Plummer, Loree ---- Poage, Frances --.- Pohl, Emma ------- Pollard, Neola ....... ----- Pollock, Anna K. .---- ..... Pollock, Leland ---. Popalisky, Robert ---- .... 4 2, Popular Girl- - - - - - - Popular Man ------ Porter, Helen .......- ----- Powell, Margaret - -1- - -. ---- 160 Prall, Charles ---.-- Pratt, Richard ---- Page 173 President of College-- Preston, Mary Anna-- Prewitt, Roy --------- Priest, Marilyn ------ Putnam, Imogene --- Raber, Susanna ----- Rabius, Maurice ---- Rabsahl, Dorothy --- Raker, George ---- Raker, William ---- Read, Dorothy ---- Ream, Ioan ------- Redwine, Ioe, Ir. ---- Reed, lack ----------- Reid, T. C. ----------- Reidenbach, Charlotte - - - Repp, Mary Sue ------ Rhetor Queen -------- Rhetor Staff ------- Rice, Lola Bob ---- Rice, Bill -------- - Rich, L. Stuart ------ Richards, Burton .---- Richardson, Allen ---- Rider, Merle -------- Rider, Vernon ----- Riley, Harold ------- Ring, Iewell --------- Ring, Katherine Lee-- Ring, Marjorie ------ Rinne, Irene ------- Ritter, Sarah ------ Roach, Doris -------- Roach, Mary Anna- - - 4 Robbins, Martha ---- Roberts, H. lack -------- 45 152 62 155 158 140 141 -----160 ---160 ---160 ---156 ---156 ---156 -----136 -----76,77 ---108, 135 150 11111111113 -----108, 109 ---------159 98,120,141 149 ----153 ----155 ----150 ----154 ----130 Robinett, Mary Ellen ----- ---- Rodenberg, Ophelia ----- ------ Rogers, 1-Ielyn Mae ---- Rogers, Olive ------- 155 158 158 156 154 ----159 156 156 153 156 157 -------149 ----37, 144 Roop, Martha ------ ----- --141 Rosenbahm, Ruby -.---------... 156 Roselle, Charles ---------- 37, 94, 137 Rothwell, Iames C. ------------- 86 Roush, Roberta -------------.-- Rowland, Raymond ---- Ruckel, Mark --------- Rundle, Bertha ------ Runge, Gertrude ---. Rural Lite Club ----- Rust, Margaret ---- Ryan, Bob .--------- Ryland, Lawrence ----- Sallee, Betty ,-,-,,- - Sanders, Eugene ---- Sanders, Melvin ----- Savage, Lovaine .----- Scanlan, Francis ------- Scarborough, Dr. I. I-I 144 154 153 132 148 ----102 ----150 ----151 ----156 ----155 ----155 ----154 ----153 ----158 , ---- ---- 3 0 Scheible, Charline .... Schilb, Margueritte - - - Schilb, Verna ......... Schneider, Howard .... ------------76, 7 , Schoen, Louise ........ 9 82-iii-115' 1 Schrik, Al- ........... 37, 76, 79, Schrimsher, Mildred--- Science Club --------- Scotten, Mildred ---- Scoville, Lloyd ---- Seibert, Russell -.--.-- Shackeltord, Gene ---- Shackeltord, Hugh ---- Shafer, Gordon ------- Shafer, Merle -------- .. Shaneytelt, Lillian Belle Shanks, Cecil --. ------ Sharp, Leona .------- Sharp, Dorothy Marie - Shatzer, Bettylee ------ Sheddrick, Betty ------ Shepard, Margaret ---- Shepard, Marjorie ----- Sherman, Mary F. ---- 3 Shirey, Enna Mae --.-- Shelton, Shirley ------. Shobe, Kay ---------- Shults, Lillian Doris--- Sibol, George, .------- Siler, Virginia Ruth--- Sigma Sigma Sigma-- Sigma Tau Gamma--- Simmons, Iessie Ellen - Simmons, Mildred ---- Simmons, Nita Merle-- Simons, Chester ------ Singley, Reva ---..--- Sipes, Mary William--- Skaggs, Ralph ------- Smalley, Hazel Marie- 151 154 Smiser, Sam ---------- Smith, Anna lean .--- Smith, Gene ------- Smith, Georgia -- Smith, 1. Roy ------- Smith, Lillian -------- Smith, Nola Violette--- Smith, R. E. -----..- Smith, Robert W. -- Smith, Wilma -.-- Snider, H. I. -------- Snodgrass, Wilma ----- Sodeman, Charles H.-- Sodeman, Holt ------ -- Sparks, Velma ---..--- Spicer, Frank --.------ Stantield, Elizabeth - - - Stanton, Dawson Iames "56fii6f -----43, 55, ""lif 41, 157 151 160 137 70 146 160 27 160 144 156 159 145 149 145 153 151 148 153 154 154 138 134 142 159 160 130 155 158 141 50 53 156 154 151 158 158 157 149 156 140 131 151 159 137 160 141 65 152 155 130 142 158 136 149 152 Stanton, lrene ..-. - - -152 Stark, Capitola --- --- 63 Stark, Helen -.-- ---143 Stark, Lloyd ---- - - - 46 Stark, Lola -----.----- ---158 Starke, William --.----- -.-.- 1 61 Starne, Mary Emma ------------ 139 Stemme, Robert -Q .--- ---- 7 8, 156 Stephens, Belvird -.... ..--- 1 47 Stephens, Laurnell L. .--------- 155 Stephenson, Elda B. ..---------- 131- Stewart, Iacqueline ---- - -112, 116, 147 Stewart, Modestine --.--..------ 143 Stock, Esther ------- --------- 1 47 Strange, William ---- - - - 133 Stratton, Charles .... - - -154 Stricklen, Wayburn--U --- 161 Stucky, Nana Belle ---- - - -157 Student Paper ------ ---107 Stump, George ------ ---161 Sudbrock, Daniel ----- - - - Sudbrock, Paul ---- - - - Summers, lack ..---- - - - Surbaugh, Nelvada - - - - - - 147 160 153 155 Sutton, Iulia ---.----- ----- 1 61 Swaltord, Paul --.---- ------- 1 53 Sweet, Robert A. ...- ---- 6 4, 160 Sweet, Mrs. Ruth ---- .--.- 1 00 Swope, Mildred -------- ---160 Tackett, leanelle ---- - -------- - - 144 Talbott, Ruth Antoinette -------- 132 Tally, Daisy Marie -------- - - -157 146 144 Tally, Gerald ----------------- Taylor, Marvin ---- --------- Teegarden, N. E. .------- 40, 120,133 Temple, Ruth ---.-------------- 156 Terrell, Mrs. Lorene Raker -.---- 131 Tetley, Gladys .------------- 60, 131 Theiss, Anna -------------- ..---134 Theiss, Robert H. ------- 108, 112, 136 Theta Sigma Upsilon ----------- 49 Thieman, M. Charles ----------- 156 Thomas, 'Ernest ---- - - -139 Thomas, E. Frances - ---144 Thomas, lack ----.- ----- 1 56 Thomas, loe ------- -------139 Thompson, Mildred --------- 123, 148 Thurman, Dale ------ ------- 1 47 Thurmon, Anna Mae ---- - - -156 Thurmon, Norman--- -----159 Tilley, Zoe ---------- ----- 1 43 Tillman, Esther ----- ----- 1 42 Todd, Marie ------- - - - 16 Todd, Ora Lee .-.--- ----- 1 48 Tompkins, Stanley - - -.-.-.- 133 Tope, Edna Doris - - - - - -.--.-..- 159 Track -------.---- Tronstrom, Mae E.--- Troutwine, Fred ---- -----120, - ------ 94, 76, 78, Page 121 138 131 174 T T T U U V V V V V V SSSSSSSSSSSSESSSS235552555555 CU .152 63 143 46 158 161 139 156 147 155 131 147 143 147 133 154 161 157 107 161 147 160 153 155 161 153 160 100 160 144 132 157 146 144 L33 .56 .31 .31 34 .36 49 56 39 44 56 39 48 47 56 59 43 42 16 48 33 59 21 38 31 74 Trower, Loye --- Turley, Alice .... ,- Tyler, Eerne ...,,,, ,- Urban, Pred W. .... Utt, Paul R. .......,. Van Hook, Iack ..... Vansandt, Bliss Ir.--- Veach, Agnes ....... Verlinich, Rudolph ...... Voltmer, Carl D. ........ Voltmer, Mrs. Carl D.--- Wade, Everett E. -------- Wade, Helen --------- W. A. A. ----------- Club ---------- --- Wagner, Pearl Anita ----- Wakeman, Argyle ------ Walker, Earl ----------- Walker, William Lowell - Wall, Walter A. --------- Walter, Eloyse ---------- Waltmire, Winiired ---- Wampler, Iohn I. Ir. ----- Ward, Marian Davis ----- Warnke, Merlin -------- Watskey, Ioseph P. ------ Waugh, Kenneth Wilbert VV ay, Ellen Iuanita ------ Wear, Winona --------- Weathers, Mary lsabelle- Webb, Earl A. ---------- Weeks, Delores -------- Weiss, Genevieve--- Weller, Kenneth ---- Wellman, Frank E. ---- Wells, Helen -------- Wells, Frances ----- Wells, Robert H. ------ Westerhold, Gladys ----- Westfall, Dr. Byron---- Westover, Leone --- Wheatley, Neil -------- Whitaker, Dayne -------- White, George Ewing--- White, George --------- White, ,Harold ------ - White, Lucy Clyda --- Whiteman, C. M. -------- Wickham, Rosemary ----,,,,,- - Wiegant, Louise ----------, 123, Wiegers, George W. Ir. -------- Wilcoxon, Dorothy Iane--- ---- Willcockson, Kenneth ---- ---, Wilkison, William ------ Willer, Iohnny ------- ,U Williams, Clarene G. -- --- Williams, Dale D. ---- -,-,- Williams, Harry C, -,-,-------- - Williams, Mary Beth -------- 36, Williams, V. B. ------ Wilson Wilson Wilson, Wilson, Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Charles I W. ---- Doris ------ - Houston ---- Robert E. ------ Ruby Gladys -- Velma ------ Willis W. ---- Will s , Y ..... Winemiller, Wm. I. - - - Winfrey, Doris ---------- - - , - - Wininger, Virginia ----------- - - Winsborough, Richard I Witcher, Mary Lee-- Wiftcher, Ruth ----------------- Witcher, Wilma ---- ---------- Withers, Louise- - - - - - - Woody, Eleanor ---- Wood, George - - --- Wood, Ianet Sue ----- Wood, R. 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