University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)

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A 459 , ja' we--.. M Page Tfwenly Strgiglht-myxr-rg? gpught 112111 plrzumrru Unmrrn nnh hattlrnwntu it an-rn T3n5nm'h high in tuftrh trrrs YN S'-Klan -Q 11 I Flkxrulig Pay? Tfwerzty-one' If 6 i if 1 d x 1924 BENJAMIN BOARDMAN AcZmz'n1'strat'i0n Secretary J. E. ROBINSON S11pe1'imf17ncZen!', Campus CHARLES S. CORY Rrfgzfstrar and Examiner MRS. MARION MOFARLAND WALKER I 55S Dean 0 f VVOme'u LESLIE I. REED Dean of Men' I Pagz' Tiwenty-tfzvo Y 54 'fu 'f rf IW, - 3. 3 M W ,I I NV E. , f Safe-191 'g tg xx if w Q i Q E +9 O i Q? '? 1924 I. H. HART I2irfz'frn' of lf1:z'ensi0n . . 1 LI I I mr fssor in Fxfcnsion PRED D. CRAM Pro esvur in I .I'fCllSI'0ll I DA HUGLIN l'r0ffssor in E.rz'm1s1'm1 AHC. FULLER Profwssor in Iz'.rfwzsz'mz fig, ck - ""n"W 0 X I h 076 194' 9316 R Page Twenty-three I ELMER L. RITTER Professor in 'Extension MARY E. IIAIGHT I Hearl of Bartlcft Hall Q X G 3 Q T L E 5 AGNES SAMUELSON 1 E lv Professor in Extension 2 S . ci: M 3 GRACE AITCHTSON l Secretary of Y. TV. C. A. l, EMMA THOMAS A O Head College Hospital M, F""i 1 V- - Y i l 'F - lj 'li f Ki A , 4 . 4 . 16 Zh Page Tfwenty-four 1 ' 6 9 '49 ' ' Q52 G 1924 OLD GOLD AN N E b 1 UART DUYLAN Head Libmriaoz ROVVENA EDWARDS Ilcad Iatalogucr Ll QU J. hLMLI Y Assisffuzt ll'lH'Ill'l'flIl BESSIE JOHNSON A.wsisz'1111f lfatalngzur JESSIE L. FERGUSON nI.l'C1lIllf1'01l LI'Il7'0fl"l-Illl ,1' L YLVYS' fe t ,ff 'TN 5925 EW G- K 7 V 'I ' ,... 'SS :gi ' " K xfgyc gzn- fl' Page Tfwenty-five C9 i b x ' ' x C? fi K fb? Page Tfwenty-.fix 1924 ow GOLD IIARRIET L. KIDDER Reference Librarian G. W. WALTERS, Head HHHH Education HUGH S. BUFFUM ,Edzcwation JOHN W. CHARLES Education AMEY ARE Y Primary Education og x My N a 4,0- H 'G 19 47 NQSIS' ff . 3 f 0 4 A 'Ki 1 F9 U OEZEOLD X E. l DF I OUISE GREEN Pr mzary EClIlf'dfI.07l E. 0. FINKEWBIXDP lx ,W Educatzon HERTZBERG Eclucatirm E. W boutch kdm afzon F 4 7001 0 Q W 21 ,1 . -5 S 0 "'. 9 m i- X :r i K i' JA WW N 'f 's.4.- - , , . 07 -I bm b . R3 1 9 4 QRZGOLU A A T. B. HOMAN A f ' ?t . i ff Educatzon ,M C. O. TODD i ErIzu'atz'0n E A J. la. PAUL 1 Hf11ff'ffff'ffH , - .,.., 5 v . f' if "' I I , if X M. J. WILCOX Eclzmaiiooz MA Y SM ITII G Primary Eflucation "",fAQL. xx ff? X: 45,9 . 1 "Q . 3 if Y I 1 ce fc ,M Q f Y , '-Kfs ,vf Page Tfwenty-ezglzt X- ,Ng 24 oil GOL J. A. VVIIJE Y I'1l11z'r1z'i011 XXL I I ll lfnqlzslz 14 English X S A L Y 'l Iv, 1 f X X f' 2 : .IENNETTE CARPIGNTEH , I E 2 gf 4 u ,T C3 NY. IS. FAGAN I nqliwlc I k ci H. H. ANDEHSEX '. Q English I 'I 51 ,I U YQ ci ,, r:.'L.""s mx A ki D- L'-is T 'EM A- 45 fl Zh' A fm we ' Page T-wenly-nine S'-4' O I I 1 f Q 1 1 I ! QED S V V 1 z gf ix E I, 1924 OLD GOLD A MARIE GUYER ElIgZ2.S7If LUIS GILLAM Eilglixlf LAURA E. FALKER English E VA L. GREGG E 11 glfislz, FLORE NCE FREEMAN English 5 0 A 'Q Q Pnyf' Tlzirly 676 LQU' WQ6' it K - W M 's an ' .aa 4 GRZQQLD 1 PEARL HOGRFPT L Il glfsh I FAH RUIH lxL'lJMAN 191111111911 1 III IAN 11111131 1 f'11!l11'5ll 7 5. I Y A43 Y ,. , AA X ' X I X MU Q ,gi 1' as : fx Q' 3 1 cm' ' f ' Q i x MARIE SORENSON E II gl ish Ll ."- n,.'f,F . G 11111 11011111 Q' 1 X Ellyjlixlz 1 1 ' LR' ,T " ,-Qi, YVVA5 'E-151 l AX. 1 11 ' gm :. Lfgy lf' ' fa ' ,. 3 A xi ' Pagf I flirty-one ' cl! F9 ca 4 QQQDZGOLD S1 IIYA M. FERRX English, RAX L. SHOIM Public bp,aI'ing BDI1NllI4 IOMS I nglish BERTHA MARTIN Public Spvakinq r FLORENCE VVEAVER Q English 1: + 5 'A 1 ,JN- -----ff My Page Thirty-Ifwo N 375 "gy ' W . Q P . 4 OEJZGOLDN UAZEL BYERS STRAYER Public Spezzlfivzg FRANK IVAN MERUHANT, Head Lafin and Groelf HELEN C. KNAPP Publfr' SfJt'Cll.'l.7Ig DORA THUESEN Lrzfin and Graff: GRACE GAARDER Ijllbllhf' Speaking Q ixzwsggxq NK' iff? , EN - - AN V " V , 1 mn Page Thirty-three 1 'i lu lllllll F9 G .ix QJY " 5 hlg zi . lf, .. X .... b,, .,:.f x- ' 9 Page Thirty-four LD GOLD 1924 J. B. KNOEPFLEH, Head Germfm MILDRED DYER Romance Language GEORGE A. VNDERXVOOD, Q Iiomazzuf Language HOMER C. HADDOX Romance Lrlngzzage HELEN HAYNE Romance Lzmguaygc 2542-fe ng NN 1" H' an 4, M. ,, K "' 1 r" E51 ' ' X93 5 . .J a Q ww .no 'Q If offJZg0LD I. L. LILLEIIEI Romance Language IRA S. CONDIT, Head JlClfll6l71ClZlI'CS and Conznzmwc Z ' iiiiv 1 I2 E3 Sn' T' Z R.D.DAUGHTERY 2 .lla fhen'Lat17cs tj C9 MYRTLE GAFF IN Comm e rf: 0 i 6 H.C.CUMlUNS f ggsiy. Q Com nzervc l K f X " U QJP il 5 ' iam - - Cm Q K Page Thirty-fffue x s ee 6 1924 EMMA F. LAMBERT f Ma thcmatics E. E. NVATSON Hath cmafics JULIA MAE MYERS Commerce CHARLES W. WE STER, Mathcmatics C. A. SPEER Commerce if Q A IF ,459 K EACHFQ ' A ' g,fi?g0 'ffa ,. 9, ,V I DY M f A A , A Page Thirty-six ,. EZ: .192 ti? 5 y C? 1 I 4 OEJZGOLD IOUIS BEGENIAY Head Physics and Chemisiry II. KADEbCH Physics R. W. G1 TCHELI l lzfmfistry 7. LAMME Y Physics S. F. HERSE Y Physics E 5 l v. x fr 5 i s is 3 'W E f -QACP? ,. 'A' . N ls '40 . XN4! M ERT!! '. 'C ' x slt-A 057, . 16 Q- 1. V 'ei Page Thirty-:even P 6 J I2 -' 1 ' ' ' it? RU 1924 R ow GOLD O. B. REED Chemzsfry ALISON E. AITCHISON Natura! Scmnce E. J. CABLE, Head Nafwal Sl'i6'71t'l? O. E. CLARK Natural Science ROY ABBOT Natural Science -Qumg N " ,Q ga! I Page Thirty-eighl xe l d, R m .E n 9 X X 3 F9 H 4 OEZZQOLD A GEORGE HENDR I CKSON Natural Svierzce H. E. RATH Nafural Sciefyzce X X x 3 '-ii T C. 'W, LANTZ Nafural SCZ'U7lf'6 h S XVIXFIELD SCOTT Nalural Science G. VV. NEWTON , O Z Q ' '5 IW Numral S1 zenre ,gig H 3' rs 'NJ xg x.-..-.---.-i- W5 ' 'gi - if "u' "x1.f X "W ""' ' ' A fx O gki-gf 52+ .559 E x ,. G I ' 676-637' Q , I - Page Thzrty-mne I W L9 L sv 19?-4 OLD GOLD MARGl'ERI'1'E U'l"l'LICY Avflfllffll Sf'f1'11a'rf J. E, LAYTOX X 2 i A I NOV!-Ill Swzfelzrrf 5 K M .--..ir TT-.. 17 Bl. H. TIIUMPSOX, Hvzul 2 A Nadal! Sf'1'cm'f1 so . 5 i EIWVARD G. PUXKE ' Sowial Sl'iI'HCf. i 5 3 l 1 2 5 MARY B. HUNTER fy Sovial Srience 15 if af 5 ' 1 f , EQ 925 T X -if Alifigg, 'J at J L-4, N LK-M--f--f"'- 0 F M---f It 514 ' f ---V:- 15,1 Xxircg-'Rl"7giif""' M Q- 2 -- M-ll11'fllLf.g"'f'I P4 L' " fly X -'ie s ,K 1910 7 1924 OLD GOLD X! SARA M. RIGGS Sorifll SI'1.l'llf'l4 I NVARREN NVALLAUE Nllfflll Sw1'011r'rr X 1 , i GHURGIC U. ROBINSON X 9' E Noviul Svi1'll1'r' A B H W- A- YOUNG I 'Z I Nm'ir1lSr-1'enf'0 ' ' if X I L 5 X Ml LDREIJ SHARP Snr'1'flI Nf'I'l'l1l'6 K F Iii . Q I hif " '?.vf D -.g 155. " ' 1- 21 R P, -1"-f-t.i:g::t::i'1r:::::fif'iv, W' K QM -Jn TA "fm ' ' f'M""-M""'L21'fQ'K"." L .16 19 ,Y W6 ' Pagf Forty-one If ogJZ5fkOLD CHARLES H. BAILEY, Head Art and Manual Arts E DNA O 7BR YAN Art - -' "' A CLARK H, BROWN Jlanual Aris C9 BERTHA L. PATT Art AGNES B. COLE Q Q Ari ' rl...-" E M f f"ffaQ KX ,Liz 'lfh '.T-"""'-"""Tf73E - ' al, :ggi ' , -076-l9Zh ' Page Forty-tfwo , 4 OEJZGOLD XX., KN., Q5 I I J f E w 1 r v 'z I 1 E ugcg 1, 01 EFFIE SCHUNEMAN Art THEODORE R. GUNDRY Orclzfstrul Jlzlsic HENRIETTA THORNTON Art kg F. L. MCCREARY Brnzrl Music ALICE VVAUGII Art pf-QA'-r " XXX , Sip , -l,.,..,.--.T..T .A ... I ly ' 'M ,X fi.: W i-. A . x ai- xx J' i C- P - . f .1 -QR . kv - , 0 . ,:j"r,3 re, H -.. awful ,g,5H- ............................... .yi-E, 1, 2511- "' v. Ag A 91' 1 , Aa T S Page Forty-three I f 1' Q i ? g 1 , I F? F 19 4 OLD G0 9 ct A, l+'lFI.I,Eli'l'ON, 1102111 Mus ic sl wu,1,1AM E. mws , Jlusiu ,,. as ' " " ANNA Gl'1R'1'mllJE CHILDS ug .llusic ' W MIIADRED IIINKLE Muxir xlxm 1f1z15EMAN Q Music Q 1 Q' ACN F g m Izage Forty-f fl x K 'Fitz fel ls. 'fe kfglo 4 OEJZGOLU IIAhUI ll HO! Sl .ulIS1.C' U K XX. SANISUN. JI . Jlusiv - V luID,v, .llnsir QQ iS. l"RElJEIill,' SVIIMIIJT Jlu.vi1' I I RUSH LIGNA RVEGNITZ Jlzzxfzlf cf ii? f Qffln fffirx - f ig V7 H ' X f 'f 5 ' wm a! ' '49 6 ti Page Forty-fifve . 24 I QED GOLD "Nw f I XM.4fx M INN I Id E. STARR ,UIISIIU .IOIIN R. SLACKS Rural lfrlzn'rIf1'nn MACY CAMPHEIIII, Ilvnd Ifurrzl EfIIlf'0fI'llII I ALTA W',ILMAR'l'II Rural EIIIICCIIIOII II. I,. E1-IIILS Ifnrcfi lfdmlrzfion I IE II X. J ,LJP I I I I I I I II I I I 4,1 S --,...-3 cf 1 7 ,,--, I I I M 1 -fl I kjx I .-if fx' ' I f-wig, 'I1 ff -,J xx x V, Ms T 5 4 ,vffwf II jxx X:"fiT'i1iT-' 'lijsiwf' I V -- ' ,W --WM, N Inga I W,..,,, jf I ---- IX V ,I I f-If ,... kv, , I- f "W '-A" QQ-, fr " Page l"nrty-.fix 14 OHJZGOLD DR. F. N. MEAD, Head Plzysival Edzlcafion qfg 3 l L.L.MENDEXHALL Pllysical EfIPlf'flfI.I1ll f LK,, "1' ' X 1 , ' , x I2 - i ? 2 PAUL F. BENDER : N Physical Education Q K 1: Big w NW4w x iyi , MARJORIE E. COOKE I'l1y,sz'c11l Erlurafion Q OSBORNE UONYLES 1 1JlI'ljSI'f"lll Erlnfwfimz I lr U X5 , mi -Y iii x , U 2 W , 5 1 'ff --91" .f f , I 1zgz'Forly-sffzfsrz fl' 15 F9 O If .2 - Q9 C5 9 Page Forty-eight 1 24 ow GOLD M ILDRED GARDNER Physical .Eclzacation ESTH P71 y.v1'f'al ER RAE Efll!1'fIfIAf172 l,. GICNEICE HOLLIS I'71yx1'm1 Eflnfvrfion XX 5 i ? Q , B, L L. f f gf kx y MILA SW ' '11 ' Elcffxh V P11 'USI-l'flI EflIlC'llfI'0ll ' ELIJA PLATT I'!1ys1'rr1l l9'c111vat1fnu '-JN wg Q my x 'els' 1 , I I Jlzzxcw QT- J5 'B us-? 9 my JC . tail . ' V 'JF P , Og32gOLD C RM I' Y AX N14 1',1!jfSI.r'lIl I rl11r'f1z'1'rm 1 XILA R. XXII ll ll1y.w1'f'1lZ I rIm'fll1'rn1 KX f - f.'1Y"1ss J X 3 N10"', 1 0 f , X DORIS Fl. WIIITIC l'lrlaf,s11-:rl lfilllffllllbflll ,ll IISWIIIII um MRS. ISI.ANl'IIE W1IlTIf'OHIJ I'lffj.Q1'f-ffl ElI1lf'!lfl.0Il M. I". AHEY. l'URA'I'UH I I'7z'w!rl I,nl10r1rfm'y . 3 ,.L-Nfhw gf!- N +3 A WW fc sw .1 G fxxqw ,,i.,,3 - -- va' z",H A ir -11 'v a Q. . 4 .- Jig! ' Q. WH Page Forty-nine ,.,,..N 1924 OLD GOLD 1 H ANNA L. LEGGET1 Head Q Home Economics TENNIL bIIOUP Home If L07Z0l?l?:CS LOUIbL ADLER Ilomr' Fconomics LJXAL, D. SANDS WRIGHT, Head Rvlfgious Eclucaz'1'0n MARY H. PAIGE Homo Ecozzomirs -- Page Fifty H Q , , K, , 6 X wfvg 1 pxrxrs J fini? 9: Kem H - v 1 . . Quik, , -' -- ' 'fxr-2 .fx l,.,, in Q6-x9'Lbg, 7 'P Ci? s 1 Q Q E J pq ,Ag 5' J' F3 24 A , 01919 GOL S. JEAN BRADY Religious Eklzlcafion EYA MAX IUSE Head Tl'fll.?1l.7Ig in Tracking MARY F. HEARS1 RPIZUQI-0118 If dIlt'lIfI.0ll Y A YJ , I 1 1 X X 2 w rw A r , Y 8 1 w if n I CHARLES HELSLEY, Principal T2'flI'HZ.llg -in Teachfing 1 1 E E. GRACE RAIT Tra1'nz'ng in TPUI'I1l'77f,l I I 1 A . Rx V, 5.1 lx, " -X , V xX. Cfkx i Lmi'?i?'f' xx , Rx V Y A4 rg D?,.YQf - -fx T-71: EMT' " F 'Y 5' 45hf1"" ' 'Q 1975 . 'QPXAJ wk L Page Fifty-one Q5 O if I2 i 'E' SP9 Q 924 LDGO D SADIE TOVV Trailzing in Tvarflmzg MA BEL JESSEN Tl'CH.llI'llfj in Teaching In -w - Ex ff INA BEST if T1'rmLi11fg in TI'fLl'1I,lTlLg E MRS. ELOIS E I3 URKHARDT 3 Tramzng in Tear,-hmg ' Y 5 5 NIARNA PETERSON Tmilmzg in fl'eacl1,1fm " E 5 5.2 f Q10 ,Z ' "'A AN 'wifftigg.E' 21!f 1 :....""-"6"-"' ,...........f:':.:'4,'g'."':"'f 1 Page Fifiy-tfzc 0 flirjff "QL - XRQLM. 519 X -gx -.dry 5, ' A ., HI l LN IAMFS lI'1T1.lll.IIfj in lun' A' ff lxO3l HAXSON llflllhllillfj in Ifavlahzg lil' lll Pl1ll3l3lL ,l'lIl.HI'1lfj l.l 17 uv Ill y CORLEY COXIQON Tl'flI.llI.llf1 in 7'mr'l11'11g J UXHTTA IIE l NUNEN Tl'lII'llll1fj in TmcAllf'2zg K, fl 1,Q:L'1EAg,,5 'NX tl I I 'kv .. 'GC EB X Uv- ',-- M--H --'- -A-----'--,w'M-----'-415' , ,Q3i2w'i,L-, --'7M"--"- "" 'fic' fx N-fy---V-------V----------W ----3 ff A fx ,kay ---'------'W -- XX5,-wx l,,l ., ,-,g-3 -l-,..m' ..,, , ..- ---,---.-...... 4. x -Ralf 3 7 , Qfy,,-.-...--.-D-----,i--f-w -H-MJ Safe "I", .. Ni' riillz-f' gy' Page Fljty-tllref x .X l-, YH.- iw Q ! l Y I I fi Q - ? N tif, 1924 ow GOL JOY MAHAOHEK 7 T7'flI'lIZ.7Zg in Teaching MINNA ULLRIOH TVCZI-111.719 in Tcfzclzing DOROTHY HAMMOND Ql'1'uz'nz'ng in Teaching EVA VALLENTYN E T1'aim'o1g in T0fZC7Z'l'72g 2 - - 2 1 2 .- I I 1 5 OPAL LEVVTON Training in Teaching l , T',I ' "4f.x.'L:EL 4 L A K .. - 38,153 ,,! - - -6,51 , A A f'Q:5 ?H,5f1. iii L , Page Fifty-four I 4 QIIJZGOLD I DNA MAX IOR 1I'llI'Nl.llfj in Tr 114711110 SIE I IIA SLIIUI4 MAX mznznq 111 Tearllinq MARY CAI DNN EI I TI'IlI,l1l.Hfj in T001 1111211 EI IAI IE TURNER T1 uumny in Teavlzinq AGNES RIC F TI'lIl.III'Hfj an Tmflzznrj ,Q-2901 K 1 "ag" ff! . 59g R 513' Q 0 I 1, ' :- Q , 'r 3 '. ,an 'B Is-ml1n-- 1 4? , .idk B., , , Po-as 1924 + OLD My xi X 'x X MAUDE RAMSDELL Training in Tf3t1fClL'i'1Zg R Ui Q f: I MARTHA VAN BRUSSEL 7'1'r11'11i11g in T0ar'lu'01g ' E3 C1 E EA 5 A QR BLANCHE SIMMONS Training in Tear-hing :jg W GEORGE MACH Commerce L. ,4 I f A L Lfe C9 A flu' " WE, "2 Q Av" N A xr , mf' f - I X5-5 RQ A 'J A 544. -A A yqfbt 4. . Pago Fiffy-six Olritirz in Cifraining i i Esther Lvccli. Z1-Ima Sih-ure. Mzirgrzlrct Fen. Maria- lizirrisim. Olaf llcemzm, Lelzih Truwi'mridgc. Maxim-l Ilznrmn .Xxgilvs Huliifksfm. Rullcilsc Hrnwxi, Marie Hjvllv. l'L':u'i liyn Q Gllvriml ilinrrr Nliss .Xiign-ll. Hrs, Siilitt. Miss NX ZLINUI1. Miss Uuiiizip. lliss juiii, Miss lfzirniy Xlrs. NlvKiti'irix Miss ,Xl'ii1sI1'oiig.- Hrs, AXIin'igllt. Mrs. .Xilclrx'sml. Miss INltlCiu'11. Miss XN'ilsv1ii. Miss Nluisvii. Miss lvisiiigafr, Mrs. Hniimlfiylml, Hiss f'iiLisi1m:m. Nliss Mvlfzxtfrec, Miss Xliss XX'ilci. Hvzui. Miss f':u'1'iiig14ni, Miss Smith, Mrs. Neiiiiiviir. llmiwii. Pzlywl-'iffy-5M'1'1z Q1 Y? QQ, we Q V -QYJCH5 ' f G. 'is - LH M we- Q5 S' 3 . 55 Page Fifty-eight kw fg G f Qy '27 41" -sgrfff D .1 s N 'N Y if -.S3i,,fg5Lv,, Qllmmvn 5 1924 ff' fixing- xx ,Z xx.. EARL ALEXANDER Lancaster, Missouri Natural Science Delta Sigma Rho: Square and Compass Club: Philornathean: Y. M. C. A.g Mikadog Class Presi- dent, 1920, lilee Club. "I never felt the kiss of love. nor a maiden's hand in mine." LILLIE Y. ALLENSTEIN Lamont f Normal Training High School Critic NYork Y. XV. C. A., Secretary-Treasurer: L. S. A. UA girl that is willing to do her share when an5 work comes her way." 1 f MARGARET l'EI.ESTE ARMSTRONG 5 Cedar Falls Q English 4 Zeta Kappa Psi: Alpha. President, Fall 19221 ' Euterpean Glee Club, 1920-'22, English Club: Inter-Society Debate, 19213225 Inter-Collegiate L- Debate 1923: Class President, Spring 19231 Alum- 4 niAfLoeal Editor College Eye 19223231 Student Z Volunteer, Leader 1924, Y. YY. C. A.. Cabinet i 1921-'22-'25-YZ-1. . "The one thing the English admire is pluekfl EYELYN ARQL'ET'l'E Mason City Physical Education Kappa Theta Psi, President, Alpha: Life Sav- ing Corps, Nlateg House Council, President: Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Fall 1023, 1 Inter-Sorority Council. 1 "There's language in her eye. her chem-ek. L Nay her font speaks." ELDRED A. ASH Edgewood Education "He hath a stern look but a gentle heartf' IRENE BARBER Yetter English flllTESlUlllIJ.tl1E2lllQ English Club 3 President Chrestog Secretary-Treasurer English Club. "The wisest words she often speaks, the rest she leaves unspoken." ll.-XBEI. BARRUX Cedar Falls Critic in Teaching Ussolig Y. NY. C. A.: President Ussoli, 1922. UNO wealth is like a quiet mind." Rl"l'H li EAGLEY Chariton Primary Education Zetalethean. "Alack there lies more peril in thine eye than twenty ot their swords." F fucks N P Y' Q N3 0 o ff. ik 1 vs' ' V. i Q. A ' f 81 fo rev elf I age Fi ty-nine Q52 U f 3' I fi "-E' , i 3 5 g i 1 4 .1 C? i lr i il 1 .a is 1, 4 Q9 -4 Qf9DZg,oLU ji MARGUER I'l'E li RECII NER XYaverly English English Cluh. 'True as the echo to the sound." H. GLENN HROXYN Cedar Falls English Alpha Chi Epsilon: English Club: Y. M. C. A., YiceAPresidentg Dramatic Contest '24. duty is to dare all things for a righteous enr. MARTIN HRANDES Xvaterloo History Alpha Chi Epsilon: Football, 1920-'23. "Little tulle of mighty power Charmer of an idle hour." ELMER R, UURCH Lake City Education Lambda Gamma Xu: Philo: Social Science Cluh: Y. M. C. A.: Student Friendship Council: College Band. 19229245 Business Manager OLD GOLD: Business Manager Student llirectory. "I ani always at a loss to know hon' much to helievc of my own stories." YELMA M. BROXYN Cedar Falls Primary Education Alpha College Orchestra. "l find the earth not grey, but rosy, lleaven not grim, but fair of hue." GERTRUD E BROVVER W'atcrlon Latin Delta Phi Delta: Alpha: English Cluh. "l'm sure cares are enemy to life," HAZEL CAVE Ames Physical Education Homerian: Y, VV. C. A.: VV. A. A.: Life Sav- ing Corps: Hon " i Campfire, Presi- dent: Tennis Sports Manager, XV. A. A,: "YH Treasurer. - V "A joke's a very serious thing." ANNA M. CARLSON Sioux City Physical Education Ncotrophian, President 1924: Y. VV. C. A.: VV. A. A.: Class President: Soccer Manager: House Councilg Student Council: Shield Cluh: Student Council Treasurer. "Knows how to live and how to study. and is a success at each." iz 'NN Y fig ,, .1 41, A. , uf., Page Sixty 5 i ii X I l l 3 i I l l 4 i i 5 S 'cs 1924 . A ' XX iii 4 I' ff fi O. I f . if tj. , J 1 r i I 1 1 1 i l if 1 ,i 1 .I L. C9 JOHN H. CUTLER English XYaterlon Philomatheang Minnesingers, Secretary-Treasurer '21-'22g Vice-President, '23-'24g Basket Ball, Coe '20g Baseball, Coe '20, "The noblest mind, the best contentment has." VERA MAY CART Y English Ezlrlville Kappa Delta Pi, Ossolig English Club, Presi dent Ossoli, 1924. "VVh0se little hody lodged a mighty mind." ALINE COURTER French Zeta Kappa Psi: Cliosophicg Y. Xvomens' Triangular Debate, VVinter "I am resolved to grow fat-." EMMA FRANVES CHASE French Kappa Delta Pig Theta Alpha Theta Psi: Alpha: XV. A. A., Y. Belle Plaine XY. C. A.: 1923. MARGARUETE l. CLOSE lndependenee Education l "l'm not denying women are foolish, God Al- mightv made 'em to match the men." EDXA M. CHAUS Cedar Falls Kindergarten 3 V. O. Y. Sigma Phig Ossolig C, S. A.: Student Council, 19213225 Kindergarten President 1921. 2 "She's all my fancy painted her E - She's lovely, she's divine." E i 1 LAVRA DARHY Albia E , History , Cedar Falls Phi g Kappa VV. C. A.: English Cluh 5 Alpha President, Kappa Delta Pi President g Y. XY. Cabinet 1923-'24g Dramatic Fnntest 19223231 Mid-VVinter Play 1922-'23 : l'ummencement Play 1923. "XYearing all learning lightly. like a flowerfl Homeriang Y. YY. C. A.: Social Science Clnh. "True to her word, her work, and l1er friends." EYERT 0. DIRKS A Grundy Center History "Every man has his faults, and honesty is his." 6 Aj yi' Y' 'J ,. Kia. -Q Page Sixty-one we 55, ...Lge i I T Primary Education - A , Kappa Delta Pi: Chrcstomathian' English Club' harm Scmnte . YV. C. A.' YV. A. A.' OC0wasin Camp re lresident' Editor in Chief OLD COLD' Forensic League' Bartlett Hall House Council 1922 Presi- dent' Dramatic Contest 1924. It is hotter to wear out than to rust out. CLARENCE H. EDER Rock Rapids Delta Sigma Rho' Philomathean: Gospel Team Y. M. C. A.' Inter-Collegiate Debate 1922-23 President Philo' Y. M. Cabinet 1920-21-22. The Science shark with bachelor tendencies Latin IRNIA FORBES Afton K ppa Delta P" X. M. C. A.' Cospel Team' Student Friendship Council' Minnesingers 1923' 24: Trouhadour Glee Club 1922- 23' Vet Club 19Z2f , 'As merry as the day is long." Vl'hat is worth doing at all is worth doing we . Primary Edlucation Homerian' Y. YV. C. A. CLOVER B. FERRELL Washington English Earth Science NELLIE FLUKE Redding HELEN LESLIE DVNLAI' ximiciimef IVAN J. FENN cedar Falls Y , , ' ' fi I v , i Y ' ' y '1 v s . i . i M y i r- , . 2 1. . 1 , l - '23 ' ' ' ' - ll" ' l W 2 , . Y . 4 1 I i I . - f ' ' Y x A C9 1 r C5 Lambda Camma Nu' Square and Compass Club' X. M. C. A,g Aristoteliang Minnesingerg English Cluhg Theta Alpha Phig Aristo Presidentg Dulcy 19243 Mid-Winter Playg Oratorical Contestg Dra- too." matic Contest 19243 T, C. Quartetteg Secretary Lambda Gamma Nu. "A good wife and health are man's best Wealth." . V. C. . "She can speak her mind and speak it uell EDITH V. FORSYTHE Mattoon, Illinois VENEVA FOBER Cascade : ' I Physical Education Lnghsh Sigma Tau Delta ' Homerian ' Y VV C A ' XV. A. A.g Camptirei y i i i .V tary Alpha" . "1 have a heart with room for every joy." t'Man delights not me. ' Kappa Delta Pig Alphag English Clubg Secre E 2 t"f" lW fat gl yl I E 1532.42 ull , Q G76 - I9 Page Sixty-11:0 Qegp Q 4 2 oi.9iJZGOU3 JANET A. l'ElNN Cedar Falls LORETTA NI. CRAF lndepcndence Earth Science Home Economics Seminar, Home Economics Club. 'l'he reward of one duty is the power to ful- fill another. ought' FLORENCE HILL . . VIBS f Smithland 'lower shows the inan.' 'She speaks behaves and acts just Home Economics "l'hou1,ht should precede every action." as she Coggon X 4 l l 1 I Student Ynlunteerg Y. VV, C. A. 3 Chemistry Euterpean Glee Fluhg Class President 19203 X 6 1 3 H ll I 0 N . , . . Y - l D 2 : E .. : ' A 1 I 1 X xx C I 1 1 X XX C -X 1 , , HELEN DOROTHY HOLl.lS Hudson 3 JI-:AN M. C1.EAx'Es Lxamr English , A I, rvingz English Club: ' '. f. A.g Sncial 7 '. '. -t A 4 Science Cluli. One who says little hut takes everything in.' 'The nwst manifest sign of wisdrnn is cun- tinued cheerfulncssf' 5.4 i " Y MARIORIE HAMMER Cedar Falls JOHN C. GLENN Batavia Home Economics ' Mflthemimcs Delta Phi Delta, President 19241 Cliospphic, Plnlrnnatheang l'l'ESlClSIll 19241 Square and Coin- President 19235 Bel Canto Glee Club: Choral pass Clulxg Y. M. C. A.g Philo-Aristo Dehate. l'ninng lnter-Sorority Council 1924. "His mind is his kingdom, his will his law." "Everything in the world depends upon 'Bill.' " l I i. ullnl 'rc ,Q - K 3? Eat fc v le i? X Pagf' Sixly-three C9 tt C-ll 9 RJ 1924 . . out GOLD DOROTHY ll,-XNLON Te-rril Engilsli Ossuli' XV. A. A.: English Club' Coniniencel ment Play 19Z2' President Ossoli l923' Vice- lresiclent Class 1923. The lowly heart doth win the love of all. DOROTHY HAFFA XYatei'loo Earth Science Alpha- Social Science Club' VV. A. A. ' Sweet is the love Nature brings. I 'RRY C. HUFFMAN Nashua iaERN1t'r: HUESSELMANN Ct-dar Falls History Mathematics onierian' XX. A, A.' VV. C. A.: XVOIIICIIS Life Saving, Corps' Vice-1 resident Class' Histor- iai VS. A. A.' Secretary Homerian. There is weight behind her words. NVhen any great desig.,n thou dost intend Think on the means the manner and thc end. JESSIE M. HOFFMAN Libertyville MARIE HARRISON Cedar Falls Social Science Eulalian' Campfire. For never anything can he annss . . . . V .' l- . ldt d 't." Eulalian' Social Science Club. when iimpuieqs 'im u y ten er I ' Tis the taught already that profit: by teach n.g. FRA N CES T. HO RAK llubuqne I hysical Education INVETTA HAROLDSON fi i 'row History ssoli' NY. 1 . : .' Life Saving Corps Camp- irc' f. f. A. ' Sport Manager f ' Track ani ,, Q, A , Field Athletics. Courage consists ' equality to the probl ni bt-tore us. The first law of history is that it shall not dart' tn state anything which is false." fl t 1 , , , K , . N , y 1 r , ii H lt., . ii t , H ' x ' 1 i " Y 1 r I , 7 .. 1 V 3 it ' H I 1 . 1 .. : . l Mathematics t i 1 , . - .. u 1 4 v N N N ,, s..,a , llii I ' ' O , N X , h , C S , oi l I S -K X U " 1 in e H l i l 4 ii 46 , -C' il -rw war' 'L " -Q I ii gi. - 1 N Nwj- in 3.11. 3 3192 " intl' fp . ft 3' fn v, . Q A .ci as FC' - . X asm, , - . N- , 3-Ai' Page Sixty-four' 1924 ow GOL R. L. HOLLIDAY Rowan ALIVE E. KINT Cedar Falls Economics I'hiloinatheang Social Science Club' Y. M. C. A.g Inter-Society Dehateg Inter-Collegiate De- bate 19Z3' Class President l922' Vice-President Philo, "Talk to l1im of Jacobys ladder and he would ask the number of steps. English C. S. A. "She's Irish in name in manners in wit." ELLEN KILLEN Cedar Falls Iublic School Music Delta Phi Dcltag President 19223 Clisophic, President 1925 3 Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet 3 Cccilian Glue Cluhg English Club. "lf music is the food of love, play on." Puhlic School Music '. f. Y. Sigma Phi' Theta Alpia Pii' fio- sophic: Cecilian Clee Cluh' Class Play 2..' Ora- torical Contest '....: Dramatic Contest 23. 'VN'liatever she did was done with so nnich ease In her alone twas natural to please. LVCILE KNICKERBOCKER Cedar Falls English . ialcespearean' Y. VY, C. . .' English Cluh: Iles Moines U.-Debate 1923. 'Young men ay and maids Too often sow their wild oats in tame Verse." , BERT C. NIC' ' Montrose Agriculture fristotelianz Y. . . '. . . "I ani a inan of few words." HELEN KUBIEROXX' Cedar Falls NYINIFRED KYLER Cedar Falls Earth Science Commerce .-Xlplia, St-cri-tary 19223 NV. A. A.g Social Science Alpha, President 19245 Class Secretary 1924: mul'- Y. XY, C. A., 1'ahinf:t 1922-'23. "'l'hose who know her host appreciate her lliibfil. "The only way to have friends is to he one." 'V' 5 ? V3 o sm., A . aff" ' SQ A -X if .,. :V . .' - .5 , E ' .A . - -ef9, .:-,iw Page Sixty-ffve if' Z Z Cv 71 frj . 'F' . 2 C 'U m : 7 ' - F! "1 gl . E Er' ... if 5 Fr I , C ' fn - ' I .1 ' M o , Q. 1 I "' ,J P' V J, . J- Q.. fi if nl 9 "' v - Q is ,W Y, , Goverment W 5 l , I f if 6 4 OKIZGOLD 5a ERMA LOGAN Ruthven Commerce Chrestomathean 5 President. "just a smilin' face and a hearty hand Is religion that all folks understand." GLADYS LYNCH Cedar Falls English Kappa Delta Pig Theta Alpha Phig V. O. V. Sigma Phig Alphag State Woinen's Forensic Leagueg English Clubg Y. XV. C. A.g Dramatic Contest '22g Oratorical Contest, '24g Declama- tory Contest 'Z3g Commencement Play '22g '23q College Eye Staff '21-'22, "There's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple." EARL M. LONDON VVaterloo Public Speaking Delta Sigma Rhog Lambda Gamma Nug Philo., I-'residentg Class President 19235 Y. M. C. A.g Editor College Eye: English Clubg Forensic Leagueg Oratorical Contest 1921-'22-'23-'24g Inter- collegiate Debate 19223233 Commencement Play 19223 Student Council, President. "A fresh-hughed face, where scarce appears the uncertain prophecy of beardfy HERBERT H. LOVE Cleghorn GEORGE H. MAVRELIS Waterloo Government Lambda Gamma Nug Theta Alpha Phig Y. M. C. A.g Social Science Clubg Minnensinger Glee Club, 19213245 Midwinter Play 1923-'24g College Eye Staffq Dulcy 19243 Cheer Leader, 1923-'24' Debate 19235 Dramatic Contest 19243 Philoma' theang President Pep Club 19235 Geneva Club. "He thinks too much Such a man is dangerous." NADINE G. MCCLUNG Garden Grove Home Economics "Sweetest lives are those to duty wed." ALVENA MILLER Cedar Falls Mathematics Mathematics Clubg L. S. A. Secretary-Treasurer, Euterpean Glee Club. Presidentg Y. VV. C. A. "Not only good, but good for something." Y -s F U 1 Q S ELSIE Z. MCELHINNEY Morning Sun Home Economics Alpha Chi Epsilonq Philomatheang Social Sci- ence Clubg Football 1920. "All the girls did sigh when they read his namef, Kappa Delta Pig Alphag Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg Forensic League. "Impossible is a word I never say." F DAQ ri A mo , 0 - on t. W A in . f re . 'asc t wiftw Pagz' Sixty-.fix Q-Q5 it ,i Q 2: 5 . 4 I I ll I I 1 i 5 . P i r 1924 RUTH MAHACHEK Austin. Minn. i Physical Education I Zetalatheang l'an1pFir,e. LOVISE Macl,Al'GHLlN Cedar Falls History "The hand oi little employment hath the dain- i, "There lies a great deal of deviltry beneath tier sensed, that calm exterior." , EINER MORGENSON Cedar Falls J JULIA MAY MYERS Independence Manual Arts 5 Student Assistan in Commercial Department Aristoteliang Laboratory Assistant M. A. 1922- 1922f24. "Long is the way fto learningb lvy rulesg short 9 '23: Football 19183 Track 19203 Class President Manual Arts 19213 Assistant H. S. Coach 1922- 123 E I and etfective by examples." .. l "Men in all ways are better than they seem." 5 GLADYS E. MILLER Cedar Falls - Commerce KEY.-X GLU OLXEY Cedar Falls 1 'L-4' Shakespearean. History . UAH that we See or seem "Light your lamp before it becomes dark." , ls but a dream within a rlreainf' ' ELENA M. OLIJIS Preston GERTRUDE MILL Ist-115011, Minn. Earth 5010100 Physical Education O'l'owasin Cainpbre. Homerian. ryl A: A' "Presence of mind and courage in distress "Life is not to be alive, but to be well." Are more than armies to procure success." 1 1 5 ll fe i 5 - l 1 F i L -KEAUV Q. A p Y ., 1 Q- f- 2 ' ' 1 ici "0 f' Page Sixty-seven 'sfo XR 3 i ? i A v Q 5 5:9 i 1 3' O 1924 01.12 GOLD X HERTHA PITMAN Salem liS'l'HElx C. QUINBY Cedar Falls Home Economies Mathematics 'aqua Delta Pi' Cliosopliie' Y. V. .. . . Eulalinn' Social Science Clull' Matllematics And knowing' much she burned to know still Klub' more. ". good heart is lmett r llla all the head ii tlle world. MARIE PUTZ Edgewood . REBECCA ROBINSON Mwnchestcr Lf01'l'l!'l'lD!'CC , . Home hcononnes Eat to please yourself but dress to please me it is She hid only one fulmb Others' Had a woman ever less. RUBY ROHWITR llducation Paullina BELLE PALBIER Oakland Hisffffy l'l1'EStl1Oll12lIl1lZl1l' Y. XY. C. - . 1Kappa Delta P" Social Science Club' Y. W. l l l IX I 1, , W C -3 . , " Y -X 1 e n s 1 Y. , V 1 1 V4 Gi ' i Eulalizmg C. S. A. Q Forensic League. Y , U ' PH N ' l l : I E l - l 4 I ' ll , A l ' ' K A I i ' Y W C52 i r x C3 l 'l J "VS'l10 mixed reason with pleasure I' , .' , . . . A I 'fd "th ' tl ." ' :Natures hrst great tlflCf1'l'llIld.H m um Om lu nur I 1 ESTHER BEATRICE REINTS Applingmn MYRL POLAND Cedar Falls Mathematics Primary Education llelpllian, President 19245 Cecilian Glue Cluhg I Kappa Delta Pig Shakespeareang French Clulag 192l'24' ' Y. VV. C. A. "I cannot tell how the truth may beg I "Goodness is beauty in its best estate." l tell the tale as 'twas said to me." 1 5 l l l l l 7 l 'Q 1 ? 1 ll A! KH ,,742i,nc.-1,-,V 1 Ubi V: lr ' 6' ,N - XJ ' 'E' 'En ' " QV' F' 'l' f'N QPR Te 1 I -f. .""ff K: K .Q 'Gr q'.L"!'P' Page Sixty-eighl l 1924 n MABEL SAMPSON Fort Dodge XYll.HEl.RI tl. SULHEIM Cedar Falls I Physical Education Biology 'il' Nu Omicron Nu Sigma Phi, President 19233 Kappa Delta Pig Aristoteliang Minnesinger Glec Inter-Sororty Council, Secretary 19233 Camptireg flulmg l.. S. A.: Y. M. C. A.g Class President Y. VV. C. A,: Shield Club. 19243 President Aristo. "A foot more light, 3 5151, more true, "He was a gentleman on whom l built an alm- Xelii' from the heather flower dashed the dt-w.' solute trust' 4 TOM SPURCIN Beech 1 Economics LEILA STEVENS Dullllflllff Square and Compass Club, President 1924: Arie- 3 V. O. V. Sigma Phig Y. VV. C. A.g State Uni' I0Tl'll2l11- '- I Vefsliy- "The noblest acquisition of man is spec-ali," ? ' l "XYinning is her way and pleasant is her smile." 5 1 l Emu. NVOLFE Gaim- mis g l Mathematics 2 ' ,-4 1 v 1 Vhiloinatheang Alpha Delta Alphag Minnesinger: E 'mi 4-URDUN SMITH Clawllce Y. NY. C, A., Secretary-Treasurer 1922g Gospel i English Teain, Directorg Student Yolunteerg Class Presi- l . . . 1 i ' Philomathean, Presidentg English Club. flvllt l922, Cmimiencunent Play 1923. I ' l "Fate tried to conceal him hy naming him Ill? madness 'S not of the head but Ot the l Q - v- heart. l , nuth. XYRE'l'llA TEATER Russell Q Commerce 5 VIRA SPIEGELHERG R I I Clirestliomathian, President 19243 Y. XY. C. A.: l em 'rmdt Associate Staff ULU li0l.lJg Class Treasurer: Q History Chrestomathiang L. S. A.g Y. XV. C. A.g So- cial Science Club. 'KThere is no wisdom like to iraiiknessf' Inter-Society Debate 19233 Caniptireg llartlctt Q Hall House Council. "There never was so much sense and nonsense combined in so small a bundle." l ' s I i s i i l , , l 3 l 1 3 1 l 1 I l i i , i , 1 l l F Y to l he fl, l 5, sv as -. .--,+."ixx ' s. ,az fuxv, K 1 i kkj lk ,if-wg' ' if 2 A Pr L7 rg. .ii V, ,, ' 551, lui 5, ig V , 9 , , , . Y A. i lk . .W Page Szxly-nine 1924 ow GUT- CORA N. THOMPSON Villisca Commerce Homerian' O Cowasin Campfire. Let no man deceive you with wordsf LELAH T. TROXYBRIDGE Corydon Department Critic X. XY. C. A. Church Co-operation Committee. A kind and gentle heart hath she. PAULINE XVAITS Cedar Falls Mathematics Shakespearean' Y. VV. C. A. lVith women the heart argues not the mind. NELMA VVTSE XVaterloo Primary Education 1 Y. O. N. Sigma Ihi' Cliosophic' Social Science Club' English Club. VN ho hath not on ned with rapture-smitten frame The power of grace the magic of a. ll'1l'I1C?' LEILA VVOULVERTON Cedar Falls Chemistry A Sigma Tau Delta' Ka ma Delta P" lrvin l. N. A: Life Saving, Corps' Laboratory 1- ssis- ,. ant Chemistry' Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet 1923-'2 . - Hearts was her favorite suite. E ' LO 'IS M. VAN LOH Cedar Falls E I Covernment F I , Y , Y , , .t , Y X ' i 1 r 1' V it .i . i If . vl 1, g. - President 19225 Student Nolunteerg Y. VV. C. A.g 'Q z VN .5 , 1 , X - t , , 4 -1 1. ., 1 .. ' ,, - ' I I V ' 1 1 5 CLIFFORD D. XYIDNER VVaterloo Agriculture Lambla Gamma Nug Alpha Delta Alphag Philo- matheang Minncsinger Glee Clubg Student Friend- ship Councilg President Y. DI. C. A.g Intercol- legiate Debate 19245 XYrestling 19223 Yet. Club 19225 Graduate Platteville Normal, VVisconsin, 1920. "There's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream." Aristotelian 3 Social Science Clubg Intex'-Sd ciety Council. , "Thou art a tall fellow." DOROTHY XVYTH Cedar Falls Public School Music Alphag Cecilian Glee Clubg Choral Union. "Five minutes! Zounds! I have been five min- utes too late all my lifetime." U r"V'fi-301 x w P Nl 'qlwlh y ou Page Seventy ta M' V1 J, RN H31 , g m sg. . ,p fa 'bf i aifv 3 I a4 1fv' 0g : QEAS' 4 ol9iJZG0Y-D IRIS VVILSON Traer MARJORIE PATTERSON YVn.terloo Enblish Kappa Theta Psi: Theta Alpha Phig Commence- ment Play 1921-22' INIid-YVinter Play 1922- 24' Dramatic Contest 19Z2' English Club. 'Theres a sparkle in her wit in her eye 3' Physical Education Ciosophic' XY. A. A.' X. XV. C. A.' Otosywa Camfire. ' Nothing, great was ever achieved without e - thusiasm. That no man could pass lmy. CLARA XYITTER Davenport FRANCES ZIMMERMAN Lincoln Home Economics Si ma Tau Delta' Homerian' Y. YV. C. A.' : l . . .. . . To do the honors of a table gracefully is one E ' A' AU Lite MVIHHS Corps' of the outlines ot' a well-bred person. E . h "Have you a nimble wit I think it was made N ot Atlantas heels. l In ' X 1 . , I y ' , ' , N t ' f n 1 N . y 2, I Physical Education 3 H v y v rr .K f xx .. , y E! . H sy I I XJ , , , ' ' I t I IARMI FARRAMONI XVaterloo i HAZEI. XVINSLOXV XVarren Government "i Earth Science Able Hoho' Philomathean' T. C. Club' Foot- i Homeriau. Student Volunteer. Y. yy. C. A., ball: Basket Ball: Trackg Intra-Mural League I Cabinet. lhI21llZlf.fC'Y. , Ulf there he any good to be done speak to me." hand H11-1011 me Wlth 3 good dallccfy l I l MILDRED YEAROITS Elgin IVY RICE Miles l Earth Science Public School Music I Y. YY. C. A.g Social Science Club. Cecilian Glee Clnh. ' 'lSincere, honest and hard working." "How quiet yet how alert," 1 1 l Q I . Q 2 5 i 1 3 1 ' l Q 7 l 1 I li :i nz 3 il JN Pi X , In 'B 4,-Lfl L ',.,' QAZJFC Nl , .' rg wa? X la ,Q if Cp 2' we NX,-k'3r, 5 " Page Se-venly-one U I 6 i Q 1 ' : Q . v 1 I 4:9 C? 1 if . 1924 OLD GOLD Q GLENN VV. MOON Cedar Heights Q Y Government ERABCIS ADDY Sanborn H Delta Sigma Rho, Presidentg Lambda Gamma Junior COINS? it Nug Philomathean, Presidentg Social Science Clubg -'A Miss is as good as her Smiley' English Cluhg Commencement Play 19215 Y. M. X C. A., Cahinetg Dehate 19215 Gospcl Teamg Geneva Cluhg Class President 19225 Business Manager College Eye 1923-'24, "His own opinion was his law." BIARGARE1' AIADINGER Hampton Junior College As PETER S. KUAN North China 05505. 3 Education "Blessed are the innocent, ' Y. M. C. A.g Student Volunteerg Gospel Team. They have lots to learn H L 2 "Life is a series oi surprises." ' E ERNEST C. DRIVER Jesup I Tg Bi0l0SiCa1 Science GRACE ALES Lost Nation E Square and Compass Club. Junior College ' 5 HOU' best friend is ever work? "A studious mind is ever evident." KATHRYN ROBB Lyon Normal Training Critic Zeta Kappa Psi, Presidentg Ossoli, Presidentg C. S. A.g English Club: Euterpean Glee Clubg Forensic Leagueg Mid-VVinter Play 19243 Ora- torical Contest 19233 Declamatory Contest 19233 Q Dramatic Cfmtest 1924? Debate 1922- "Common sense she has in an uncommon de- ulunever talk except when it is extremely neces- gree." 1 sary. CHRISTINE ALEXADER Lancaster junior College . Y. XV. C. A. F is X W e ' A r N x llllll vu fe Page Sefventy-tfwo Ria gg K Q 4' -fre K 1 A 4 oi.i5ZG0l-D EDITH ANGLUM Early Junior College Neotrophian' Y, VV. C. A. ' In thy heart the dew of youth FRANCES BLAKE Cherokee Junior College Zetalathean. "NIodest doubt is called the beauty of the wise. On thy lips the smile of truth. . N. ,. -. A gentle creature in whose face LOLA BARYHART Bloomfield Junior College CRACE BLOCK Little Rock Junior College "Tired of life and its confusion XVaiting, to be some mans illusion. were mingled tenderness and grace. OPAL BEROGAN NVelJester City Junior College FERN BOONE Xlaukee Junior College Zetalatheau. "Says little but fortunately does more. I , 0 6 3 X X C A , - U nl f N I Y Y . Iowa State University 19233 Y. XV. C. A. ,, I ' An innocent face but you never can tellf Chresthomathianq Y. XY. C. A. "As true as the needle to the pole, Or as the dial to the sun." ETHEL M. ABNEY Lake City Junior College A LSA BOWERS Dunkerton Junior College Eulalian. M011 either side she could dispute, Argue, Re-argue, compute." 9' 54"-ir". 3-4-'E-f75"W-ff 'EEE QP' 'WL 'Em'..!S.Efl7'.-'!!5'-.5 if ,a T -FT "f5,f"ws?'ir rr J 'e ' . .".il.:TE?f.4f 'W saw 'L f : ' T ""' J t"'f?' ' J NJ glJl' , K, kyrb - g ASQ , 5 ,gf K QQ! . aw? J, .. Q. K K m , . .K . q,:,q':.,qq ugly ,i in 5 .2533 V il lj. ,,: . 'gi 4 ki- ,Q K VV .Himsa X ,V f J . . JL VV -A V, 4 . Cf xiii? . J' J f C My ,EL l 1-.iyifni xx J' 'QE gl I 1 i i , .cn 'l. V 4 1, .L - 1 '05 2 - ' 43 - J 'F r at ' L Q 'EQIP . l-- 13 if' 'lv' H fr L75 .ESV ig ' 1525 'A sv? . it-1 .-. X fl :Enli- lh ti JB - ..f'Q' f .gflifff :ff il ff' J , .- .J ' 51.5 563 ' 'ZZ .nt "rica T QQW ,.EgJ3F".3El2,".i.i ...if r Qt ' ucnf QS 5 if +2-' lt JJ A 5 WC xk aiyx 0 v xg, fo ie ey I --Mn .A , Page Seftenly-three sf i' . ,1 I3 Q 2 1 . l -z CSP lr . i 4 Q F C? 1924 0 DCGGL RUTH BOVVERS Garner AUDREY E. BURNS Des Moines Junior College Junior College ' Neotrophian. Alphag Orchestrag Y. VV. C. A.g Hiking. X "XVe must laugh before we are happy, "Full of sparkle, dash, and go ' For fear we die before we laugh at all." She is diEerent from the rest you know." FLOREIVCE BRIERLX' Cresco ANNA BUSSE 4 hI3I'SllZlllt0Wr1 ,N Junior College Eulaliang Y. VV. C. A. 'AA merry girl and true 'tis tol df, Junior College - Lutheran Studentfs Association. i " I hate to see things done by halves." H 2 AURELIA M. BROVVNING Mediapoiis WILDA BYAL . MMO l Z Junior College Jumor College E . , Drake 1919-19215 Coe 1921. A ' , Homenani X' vv' C' A' HA girl of sterling qualities? "She has a smile for all." . LENA JANE CARLSON Creston DOROTHY BRUMMER Sioux Rapdis Junior Cousge 1 Junior College Alphag Bel cifmto Glee club: Choi-H1 Cluhg Y. XY. C. A. Y. XY. C. A. "Here is a courage that knows no defeat." "A modest muid!yet self-possessed withal." 4, 1.,Ac,1F 4 in fly .. Q Cf' K2 . '7i:h,x.,,! A N FWS' Q. . A 5 'fi i., Li I Page Sefventy-four Q C,-ip f asf .2 aff? QD al 1 mug ,, Y, Wh, - Y. , .,M,,, W - 707f54i97' 1924 OLD G . . GLADYS CHAMBERLIN Schaller HAZEL CLOVS' Archer j . Junior College Junior College Y. VV. C. A. Shakespearean. X UTC know her is to like her... "Language, was given us that we might say R pleasant things to each other. i I IWIA M. HAMBER P' . ' f A C Juniof College "nigh" Joi-3 H. COLLINS Mr. Union A Eulaliang Y. W. C. A. A , t t 1, U Tlmrog Couiggq U3 i "Blessed with plain sense and sober reason." ' ns 0 e mn' mu Ja Ours "' ' ' , : "My character may he my own, but my nrep' Q .E W belongs to anyone that enjoys gossipingf' 2 E 1 ' ' S l L. RICHIE CHURCH Me. Pieasam 5 Junior College NVILMA B. COMBS Rowley E Homeriang Junior College . ' ' "And when a 'Man's' in the case, "She who speaks least is listened to when she ' All other things, you know, give place." does SDPHIK-U ' 2 LEN E. ' JOK C l Q BEATRICE DIAYE CLOCK Latimer HE Cc 00 l Junior College Zetalatheang Y. W. C. A.g Hiking Cluh. "I like fun, I like jokes, 'Bout as well as any folks." Junior College ,N 1 Phi Sigma Phig Zetalathean, President Fall '23g i Forensic League '23-245 Y. VV. C. A. 5 "I care not a fig for the cares of business. N Politics Fill me with doubts and with dizziness. 3 I .. F Uh l I ,f-4'JF-Fcfffqxxf X iff Y 2' , ff AN 431 'Ill' L27 G SNL if ' " Y -45,1 . ,- - . 'sie-uf? f Page Sfvfnty-fire 1924 f ik . "f Ol. i x, l A N GRAYCE H. CRONK Cambridge CLARICE DONLY Eagle Grove junior College Junior College I Eulaliang Y. VV. C. A. Phi Omega Phig Homeriang Y. VV. C. A.g "Bigness is not judged by size." Secretary Y. Cabinet ,2l. "Friendly to all, she bears no grudgesf' BIARIAN DAVIDSON Cedar Falls ISABEL DRISCOLL yyavet-ly a junior College Junior College - Chresthomathian. 05505- ? "It's the wise head that makes the still tongue." uHere is a maiden without pretense! E i Blessed with reason and common sense." 5 l Jassu-3 DINSE Tipton v g Junior College ERNESTILE DUNMIRE Newton , T y "Yes, I am as mild as I look.' -Tumor College N Y. VV. C. A. "A bundle of good nature." C9 HENRIETTA C. DOHSE west side Junior College LEZAH NITEND Birmingham Zetalathean. Junior College "A happy tempered bringer of the best "Strong towers decay, Out ofthe worst." But a great name shall never pass away." P . . 13 M 'x 'ma El o w S, K fr ual y Page Seventy-six Q Po 91" , - 'N l 3 if . if . Q - e-16' 4 f OEZQOLD IVA EASTIXIAN Armstrong Junior College "Eulogy is useless in her case." ALICE EVERS Coleshurg Junior College "One laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." VERTA A. ELLIOTT Rockford HERTHA FADEN Holstein Junior College Junior College Y. W. C. A. Zetalnthean, Secretary. "Oh, this is learning! Xxvlliit a thing it isf "A mile 3 minute is good speed, But a smile a minute gets more actionf RUTH ELVIDGE ROW193' FLORENCE FAHLENKABIP Hartley .llllliflf College Junior College "And leave us leisure to be good." Eulaliang Y. VV. C. A. "A good laugh rivals all medicines and tonicsf' HAZEL E. EVANS Cresco Junior College INIARIE FAIRCHILD Rembrandt Yeotrophian Junior College "The best way to have happiness is to give Chresthomathlan' I . I H happiness." "Her goodness doth distain comparison. . il , . 'N Q i 1' E5 V ' ,fx Qi' 'QM 'W 75 - fff . ' -W O, ,f Page Se-venty-sefven IQDZQOLD ' 'l ELDA FERGUSON Dana NAOMT GETHMANN Gladbrook ll Junior College Junior College "I have put my days and dreams out of mind, Eulziliang Euterpean Glee Club. Days that are over, dreams that are gone." "She will get what she goes after." l LUCILLE FISHER Renwick ' Junior Cgllege ALZA GIGER Toledo 6 Delphian. A Junior College ? "XVith countenance calm and dialogue droll, Zetalatheang Y. W. C. A. She lightened the cares of many a soul." "By diligence she wends her way." f : l I I E ALICE DI. FLICKINGER Independence E. Junior Couege ELIZABETH GINTHER Independence 1 l Ossolig Y. W. C. A. Junior College "Her failures lean to virtues side." Y- W' C' A- ' "It must be learned, GLADYS FRANZ Grundy Center Junior College Ossoli. One hour a day to study, One hour in which to eat, Two hours to think how tired I am, And twenty hours to sleep." U Learn it then patiently." RUTH GORDON Postville Junior College Ossoli. "Sober, steadfast and demure." 2 ll 2 , 1 ' Q K ' I ri m I. ' .X K -...mu i, yr? 3 this M gh 1 Page Seventy-eight Z6 4 oi.9iJZG0U9 CARTHERINE GRUBIINION Rockwell Junior College Y. VV. C. A.g Euterpean Glee Club. "YVh:ite'er is worth doing, is worth doing well." IIARRIET GUTMANN St. Ansgar Junior College Ulndustrious as well as reserved is she." HAZEL I. HANNAH Oakland Junior College Delphiang Euterpean Glee Club. "Of her society be not afraid, For she is a most entertaining maid." HELEN AVIS HIGGINS Alta Junior College Neotrophian. "Standing with reluctant feet, NVhere the hrook and river meet." MARY JOSEPHINE HORAK Ely Junior College "A peace above all earthly dignities, A still and quiet conscience." ALICE HUESCHEN Holstein Junior College Phi Sigma Pliig Zetalatheang Vice-President Phi Sigma Phi. "Earnest, sincere, za good worker, what more can you ask?" FLORENCE H. HUFFMAN Nashua junior College "Like a pond, still but deep." THELMA L. HERMANSON VVaukon Junior College Shakespeareang Y. VV. C. A. "VVhat shall I do, to be forever known, And make the age to comeimy own?" x ' 41 , 'f .xuollb f ' 1 ff. ,5 . : i W 'VAS Cfwdf 4 Mull n. 7 ' ' L Ei fling .PKC . Z - ' f lx, .Q ,, 6-76 , ,gl Page Sefvenrynine L - X -s 5? 6. J 4 059 ZGOLD MAUDE M. HOOD Aurora Junior College A blithe heart makes a blooming visage. FLOY HORN Moulton Junior College Neotrophian. Who deserves well needs not anothers praise. LUCILLE HASBROUCK Grundy Center Junior College Homerian' X. VS. C. A. FLADYS L. HUNT Clarksville Be tirm or mild as the occasion may require. An Opewhearted maldenvtrue and pure' LAURA HUCHETT Fort Dodge Junior College ELBERT W. HARRINGTON Junior College Philomathean' Track Team 1923 ' Student Coun- cil 1923-24. Graettinger Y. W. C. A. To fear to do as the heart urges is to be a Junior College Q , f .. ,, X if u 1 f' f Y -s Y it !Y is yy n l - 2 i f V Q -. 1 l , - - - -. 3 y H , V S ' U ' r p rf 7 l S252 6 Let men say whate er they will, Coward' Woman, woman rules them still." FLORENCE E. HALL A Oelwein Junior College Phi Sigma Phig Irvingg Y. W. C. A.g Foren- sic Leagueg President Irving, Fall 1923. H - U I "To be womanly is the greatest charm of wom- Discretion of speech is more than eloquence," an." DIARIEN E. HARBIISON llfarcus Junior College Phi Sigma Phi: Zetalatheang Y. W. C. A. ey r Kao Aww' Page Eighty X ' ele , L ' Q X l i Fi ics J 'X " -11 'ii fe d, A if J '79 ' O' da Q 9 F9 U 4 ETHEI. KENNEDY Clinton XVILDA MARGARET KRAMER Thornburg y Junior College Junior College X Y. XV. C. A. Alpha. "The only way to make men speak good of us is "A sweet, attractive kind of grace." X to do it." PAYE KINGERY Adair EVA KRTDER lllorning Sun lunior College Junior College A Y. VV. C. A. Y. XV, C. A. . . i "A quiet dignity and gentleness are here." Otllieljsei, pleasure Comes from 3 my of Servlce to i E LIICILLE KLAUS Earlville 3 I Y Junior College KATHERINE KJARSGAARD Newell Q Ossolig Y. NX. C. A. Junior College , ' , 'KSincere, honest, and lmrd-working." HA gentle and kindly nature hersfi BERNICE KRAHL Letts l Junior College HILDA JEFFERSON Casey Sigma Tau Deltag Shakespeareang Y. XV. C, A. Junior College "Happiness is in place confined, Irving. But still found in contented mind." "To spend too much time in studies is sloth." U ucv. 6 i' f fl . - . Q ? A 5? YG! M. - 70 19 Page Eighty-one J l l I 4 if LOTS JIQSTER Paton Junior College Euterpean Glee Club. I She is gentle, she is shy There is mischief in her eye. DOROTHY LONGBOTHAM West Liberty Junior College Sigma Tau Delta' Shakespearean' Y. W. C. . She said but little but that little said The silence slowly gathers round her head. FANNIE LINDEMANN Aplington '.ll.IBEl,LE MANNING Fairfax Junior Colelge Chrestomathian. She was always friendly and carried a smile for all. G. NINA MARTIN Junior College Shell Rock ALDA MARTIN Junior College Randolph ! . 1 . 1. U , 17 U f ' ' A "As sunn as her e e " ' 4: Y Y 5- , , 5 , yy .- - - i 1 l . - Q 1 Q9 Q Junior College Zatalathean. "With look demure as any saint And not a sign of rouge or paintf' MARY LYNCH Charles City Junior College C. S. A.g W. A. A. "Rarely heard, but one who sees everything." Neotropllian. "It's nice to be natural When you're naturally nice." ESTHER YIOLA MELLEM ' ' ' Junior College Northwood L. S. A.gHW. A. A. "The beauty of a lovely woman is like music." 1 ' Q 'ln ,Q-fu-ce 1, ge - X T2 - in lllli l - ' 'Kel - ., -agen . , ' v I Gt- , .5 . 4, lc l Page Eighty-tfwo lo rv 1 6' 191' 1 fi N E E E . v I A24 oign GOL GENEYA MELLAM Northwood junior College NV. A. A.: L. S. . "As kind and sweet we seldom meet. DOROTHY MILLER Arno'ds Park junior College 'An earnest maid with a cheery smie and za good heart. ' ALICE MEYER Davenport junior College sociate Staff OLD GOLD: Secretary Chresto Spring '23g Treasurer Chresto, '23. "The light of love, the purity of grace The mind the music breathing from her face. RUTH C. MELVIIN Junior College l.aRCE NIORRISON Unionville E alian' Y. XX. C. A. "A friend of many,-- A foe of noni-.' LOUISE K. lXICCREf1f,R Shell Rock Sanborn Junior College A U X Vt C A X ' l Chrestomathiang Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.: As- Junior College 2 ' ul , ' 1 1 1 Y , ' I I Shakespearean' Ceeilian Glee Club 221 Y. XV. C. A. "Truth is the foundation and reason of all beauty and perfection." MARY E. MCCRAVV Hecla, S. Dali. junior College "She is quiet and demuref' , . . .ff -rilwssl 9 Q Irving. S "VVould there were more like her." I INEZ O. IVIILLER Unionville I Junior College I Eulalian. "Ever in pursuit of knowledge." I l I 1 I A i l l l N l i, ll KT v l A VX. Xge -1 ef Im... L-"lex, i A SCA Ln ,,, . 4.. pg uf' . V" 5 :VU 3-M5 51-. t Page Ezghly-three S29 1 1 O J 24 oils GOL BLANCHE MCCONEKY anson Junior College CERDA NIELSEN Halfa Junior College I She doesnt have to study all she does is Just recite and her grades are up in altitudes higher than a kite. .S.. Quiet unassuming and helpful. MARY MCGEE Farley i Junior College ANNA XI. NIELSEN Sac City : High erected thoughts seated in a heart of ' courtesy. , JULIA H. MCKIBBEN Garden Grove 5 Junior College 5 XVhose temper was generous open sincere FLORENCE NORTON Sanborn ! l M 1 C A Cl Y , X i. H 7 5 U i 1 V Y' i i -5 l "Her very reticence is charm." -Tumor College N - ,, U . U 2 - 1 . t l - 1 . , 5 .i A , , 4 1 Y ,, , ' Junior College "Second thoughts are always best." A stranger to flattery a stranger to fear. 3 AGNES NELSON Shenandoah Junior College Chrestomathiarig Secretary, WVinter '23. "Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens aref' CLARA MARIE NIETING Junior College "A cheerful grin, Her only sin? Lowden Q 1' 't w J 5 ni ft ' is I ' CN 041 32 KF Xu e 94" Z Page Eighty-four g , C9 2 t ,I i I it u H l 1 1. 2 ll 3 2 1 i , 4 i E r AJ 4 oi.9D2G01D THELMA A. OLSEN Junior College . NV. C. . Let not troubles dismay you. EFFIE G. OLSON Junior College Clirestomathian. 'Of temper armorous as the first JOHN P. OVERCAARD Junior College Q Xanho' Aristotelian' Football -2' Schaller Linn Grove of May. Cedar Falls Track Team EVA PARRISH Webester City junior College .... .' .X'.C. . Heavens blue is in her eye And the dawn is in her hair. MARIE LOUISE PARK Sioux City Junior College Chrestomatliian' Euterpean' VK. A. A.' X. W. C. A.: Choral Union' Chresto Treasurer' Class President' Vice-President Secretary' Euterpean Secretary. Bright vixaeious and right there with the goods. EVELY N PATTERSON Corwith Junior College u alian' Y. VV. C. . . I l Y A 1 s A , Y N A at U li Y ny X , . " ' , ' . 1 4 ,Y 1 I Y 7 : I H ' ' E Q - 2 , , Y? , I . f 25. E 1 . A , , v I ask no favors and shrink from no responsi- "Pat works while she works and plays while bilitie-s." she plays." 1 YIVIAN OLIVER Jeqerson LOLA PETERS1 A C ll Renwick junior College A Qunior 0 age Y. VV. C. A. Delphlang Y. YV. C.. A. I "Confidence does more to make conversation Hvariety is Charming- D ihilll WILU And not at all alarming." I A I I A -1v.Ac.-1, g -Lg. 5 We , A v gf if A I e'f ' :iz ' fs, . , -jx 0 As:'ll'5l!- 'gy PageE1ghty-fifve 4 I f f l ELSIE PETERSON NVaterloo MILDRED PORCH Anita Junior College Junior College Y. VV. C. A. Zetalethczm. "Out of the uncommon silence of reserve "Laugh and the world laughs with you, i VVeen and you weep alone." ELSIE V. PIERCE Oakland 'L Jimioi. College BERTTE I.. PRIEST Shannon City ,Q 4 - - ' ' Phi Omega Phig Cliosophici Inter-Sorority Jumof Louege A S Council. ."Though I am young, l scorn Hit on the wings S E ' 'ilu virtues nothing could surpass herf' "t bofmwed WH' Q - is ' 3 5 . - 5 1 ig NYILMA PLACE Milford REBA QUIRP4 I Lymwllle 5 Ji is Junior Coiiege v Iumor College N i , ' y Homerian. X. VV. C. A. I ' HT,-utii is viiiuey "ln true goodness unsurpassed." , l I 1 RUTH POXYELL vviiifieid 1iEXEYlEVE RANDALL luallly Junior Cdiiege i Junior College Chrestomathiang Vice-President '24g Y. VV. C. Ifvl-W Y' VV' C' A' A. I "Her active mind and sparkling eyes "Light haired, but notflight headed." In brightness sweetly harmonize." 1 1 , i i I 1 i . l I 1 1 I , 1 l 1 6 Q P l i, il , M - if - ,i V 'ir . me t in mv -- fl "V E-ir V uh fp .NM I tba, 3- , Page Eighty-.fix P5 'lazj X .24 l oifin GOL MIRIANI RAI P Paton GERTRUDE REYNOLDS Odebolt Junior Delphian. A maiden with such l Can win a Prof. wit 1 ' 1 1 I Y ' A " ' , , , ri l ll 4 n l 1 v 4 u ly I Y ' - U yy .I 1 , - Q - - l it I cr y ul rt H , d v I Cf? i I I 1 I i i I i l J 3 RUTH MARY RICE Junior Y. W'. C. A.. "To those that know paint, KATHYRENE RAMSEY Newton CLADYS ROBERTS Rolfe Junior College Junior College . VN. C. . Exer gentle sweet and true Earnest effort is crowned with successf A friend to me a friend to you. Junior College EUINICE RUMMENS Hardy For never anything can be amiss Jumor College When simplicity and duty tender it. A pha' Y' W' C' A' 2 Oflicious innocent sincere. College IDA M. SHAFER Kenross V Junior College power to please Advance accuracy as she does an youll never 1 wondrous Es. dmv behind. D. 'll College mv' E ELISABETH SAGE VVaterloo Junior College thee not, no words can bailllglaiiealil VV. C. A.g Cabinet '23g Alpha De- ll-lee, know all Words are "Say not she did well or ill, To those who know faint." Only 'She did her best.' " in -rafts A a Y' M 'fllllr I 'H fe' UK 15, C " ii " "' r A QT fc, QQ? Page Eighty-:even ' OLD GOLD DORA C. SEXSMITH New Sharon FLORENCE SAPER Hampton Junior College Junior College Y. NV. C. A. Neotrophiang Y. VV. C. A. "So womanly, so benigne, so meek." "A maid with a quiet disposition." MARY TOREVA SHUTTS Juni C megs Cedar Falls ESTHER STARK Traer Ol' 0 Y. xv' Cv A. Junior College "Look cheerfully upon me Thou seest how diligent I am." Eulaliang Y. W. C. A. "Gladly would she learn and gladly teach." LEE T. SMILEY Garrison NEOLA MAE STEVENS Grundy Center junior College -llmlol College Philumatheang Y. BT. C. A.g Art Editor OLD Ossolli C1255 Presldelll' Fall YZS' GOLD 1924. "Faultless to 2. fault." "The secret in life is in art." FLORENCE E. STOAKES Dysart VERA SMITH Mount Ayr Junior Couege J1mi0f College liuterpean Glee Clubg VV. A. A.: Y. VV, C. A.: Y. VV. C. A. Choral Uniong O'Cowasin Camfireg The "Gang." "The force of her own merit makes her wayf' l' A woman with a purpose in lifef' ,..1.. XWQMW be U .2 A A Wf'G'59 iihwli 'J - cw fi? "Wm we f Dv F A Ki Page Eighty-eight X 1 l i 1 'v if 1 1 1 i l .l li I P :J SD 4 oii52GOUU J J ORA M. SUNDERMAN Earlville ISABEI. Y. SCOTT Dow City Junior College Junior College X "And mistress of herself though China full." Zetalethean. X "Cheerfulness is a habit worth acquiring." y IRENE V. SNYEDBERG Nora Springs " , , Jum' College HYR1. c:. THACKERIQY Eldora A Xeotrophian. Tumor College Q - "Free to trust, M, ' ' ,, Q Faithful and most sternly just." she hated naughtihut to he sad' e 5 HELEN TAFT SWG City LILLIAN THEIN Carnavillo ' 2 E Junior College Junior College E g X' xx' C- A- "She speaks, behaves, and acts just as she 1 ' p .1 "Above our life, we love a steadfast friend." Uughtj L29 CQ MAURINE TEST Paullina i, X Junior College DOLORES THOMA Postville it Neotrophian. Junior College "Possessed an air and grace hy no means Ossolig VV. A. A. common." "Silence is the sanctuary oi prudence." b , -1.J1'S" ' :gm jj - ' K: , -1 .3 - ,Q-. FQ 3 :ii Q 1 5. 4 'fi 57 .N.,'O!1 YY X' '62, f.L" , Page Eighty-nine Page Ninety 1924 LD GOI. SOPHIA EMELIA URDAHL Sioux Rapids OLIVE E. NVAGCONER Bloomfield Junior College Neotrophian. Her fingers witched the chords they played along. HATTIE A. VOSS Austinville Junior College mind destroy. FLORENCE VNALD Sac City Y v junior College . W. C. . Junior College Y. V. C. A. Your duties you must never shirk And youll not be forced to worl: GEORCIANNA XVASHBURN Ventura junior College Y. XV. C. A.' Euterpean Glee Club. The reward of a thing well done is done it. 'ANCELI NE VVARD 1 X n -. U 1 Y! . "Let not what I cannot have my peace of II I .. U Y A EX 1 That person is well educated that knows when and where to speak." FERROL XVASHBURN Shell Rock Junior College Y. VV. C. A.gCecilian Glee Club 1921-'22. "One easy to please and who tried to please others." Junior College 'tThere was a soft and pensive grace, A cast of tho't upon her face." EMILY VVILLIAMS VN 'uukon Junior Colelge Shakespearean. "lt's the little things that mount to the most 19555 QQ : ' 5 .N . se mi, JN ' ' " an 976 197' 'End' -L l 1,1 l J r- 1 1 I z Q9 l Q3 i I 5 i 5 G: Q. Z! 1924 CRACE XV. VVILLIAMS NY:ishington, D. C. AGNES XVILSON Colo Junior College Zetalethefm' Y. XV. C. A. Success is not luck hut the result of ai active mind. GEORGE VVILLIAMS Center Point junior College Junior College Zetalethean. Of manners gentle Of affections mild. AN N XVI LEY Junior College I am not a politician and my other hahits are good. ELSIE A. VVILD Junior College Homerian' Y. VN, C. A. "Did you ever see her when she 'She did her own thinking and needed little advice. Council Bluffs RVTH MILDRED NVOOD Decorah Edgewood Q i ' .. N I 1 -N U C. S. A. A 5 , 7 r o . unior Colle e wasn't working?', , , J g X. NN. C. A. "She does things and without much noise." EDITH L. YVILSON Stuart Junior College Eulalian. Y' VV' C. At LUCINDA VVOLFF Sumner "An all round good scout, and friend to every- Junior College one." "She is honest, sincere and always at it." If Qucu Q 13 Q R A? Y Q0 931. 2' X 1 - Rr ' ,I .. r u' A " '9d. Page Ninety-one if ra , . 1 1 3 UA H .4 ,Y 1 , "A lot of splendid virtues in one small girl." "Neither too young to be wise, nor too old to 5 E ... E ' 1 1 tv DIARY MARGARET VVOODS Sumner DOROTHY ANDERSON Bussey Junior College Primary Eu alian' C. S. A. Irving. Yot only good-ibut good for something. I want what I want when I want it. RUTH YNOODVVARD Cresco 4 junior College EVEAH ASHLINE - Edgewood Neotrophian. Pnm'7"'Y be careful. LORAINE ALDIINCER Hampton I Pfimafy BERNICE M. ATTIC sibiey Qssoh' b . U Primary The meek shall inherit the earth. .constancy is as prominent as her beautyff IVES M. AKERS Owasa Primary CLARA ATTIG Sibley Y. XY. C. A. Primary "Some people were born for great things." "XVas ever a friend as true as she?" ll m l I i KX 2' G Q-'jf ' 'sm' Al! ' Y . I Kg 1 . PageN1nety-tfzro i ,4 Z y OLQDQQOLD l YERONA R. BACGS Garner ERMINA BEM.-KN Ames 1, Primary Primary Homeriang Y. NY, C. A. 'tAmbitionl XVhere is thy limit?" "Nothing is impossible to the perseveringf' I EVA ANN BAMFORD Kanawha LENORA BENNETT Gm-ner A Primary v Y Primary kappa Theta P513 ll' A' AW X' xl' L' A' "Just to win fame: then l'll be satisfied." "She's small and pretty and a mighty good , friend." FRANCES BARLOXY vim Lake i RUTH E' BLEW primary Begum' . H H Y Iffmjaff' Euterpean Glee Club. Y. W. C. A. if The Gangi X' xl' C" A' " 'Tis not deep as a river, but who would have "She is not little, tho' small of size." it deep?" , L-4 LUCILLE BEMAN Lmrrens Primary BLANCHE BREXNECKE lxrmmlliown Euterpean Glee Club. Prima,-y "A little foolishness now and then Alpha Beta Gammug Cliosophic, i i Is relished by the best of men." "You can't help but like her for she's so nice." 4 1 i i f l l 2 ll if il J f3"1, ' ' 'Qin' X g."y::'r y 335 AN We , it-2 A i - wi X -4 i, ,.'.1,1 ' Page Ninety-three p l . 4 F'-' GLADYS BRACE Burt DOROTHY I.. BURROUGHS St. Ausgar I Primary Primary ' "And the last shall be first." Eulaliang Y. VV. C. A. "The most manifest sign of wisdom is continued cheerl'ulness." 1 ETHEL BROOKER Forest City Primary G Neotrophian. W A A IRENE CARROLL Mechauicsville ' ' ' ' . "VVe all like her, we just can't help it." Pflmafv Q Ossoli. , "Ease and contenment perv ,- ELIZABETH BROWN Bam X ' Primary Z Kappa Theta Psig Alpha: W. A. A. GERTURDE V. CARTER l C29 " if "She's as sweet as the day is long." Primary Homeriang Y. VV. C. A. "She toils, yet not too hard, and ALICE BUSER Sloan Primary BERNICE M. CLARK Primary "Hang sorrow, care'll kill a cat." Neotrophiang Y. W. C. A.g Class Secretary- Treasurer. "She has a smile for everyonefl ade her life." Cedar Falls is satisfied." Woodbine ff - 1 .fff fmf - T - EN " Wi P . h 'i yq ' ' ageN1nety four K 3 1924 2 LENA E. COLY N Rumiells Primary I Y. VV. C. A. "Oh, I wouldx1't lie to you." IRMA L. COVVAN Lauerns Q Primary Euterpean Clee Club. 1 2 E E , 3 L , "Life is too short to worry." MARGARET CRAHAN Primary Manson . i C. S. A. CLEO L. DAVIS Moulton Primary Neotrophian. "W'hen I have a subject on hand, I study pro- foundlyf, LEOLA DEEN Primary Eulalian. VVhiting "She's not as meek as she looksf, MARY DONDELINGER Primary C. S. A. Monticello C39 Q 'Taste the joy that springs from labor." SADIE CRAHAN Manson Primary C. S, A. "None but here parallel can be her equal." "Modest simplicity is a virtue DOROTHY DEAN EVANS Primary Y. XY. C. A. of woman." Newton "Hidden genius may break forth later into great success." N 1Ll"C'l A fi Y E A lt-wall Y 9 I ' A O my 7 ,gif ' 4 Q Page Ninety-F-ve -..,.,, L H 4:2 F5 1924 LEILA EVVING Grinnell ELVA MAY FEDELER Sumner Primary Primary Chrestomathiang Y. VV. C. A. Lutheran Students Association. "What more can 1 do to help someone to be "None but a fool is always right." happier." LOIS FARRELL Carroll Primary NELLIE FAHNESTOCK Macedonia Sigma Tau Dena. Neotmphiant Primary "Determination is one step towards success "Here's to the girl wh0's bound to win BERTHA L. FISHCER Maquolietat Primary CARROLL FARR XV:iucoma Neotrophiang Y. VV. C. A.3 Class President Primary "A modest woman am I." VALERA FAUBION Primary Irvingg Y. YY. C. A. "She would do anything for a friend." Fall 19235 Associate Staff OLD GOLDQ ' Publicity Council 1923. "Oh! might we all our lineage prove, Give and forgive, do good and love!" llloclcton JEANETTE FITZGERALD Peterson Primary Irvingg Y. XV. C. A. "Those who know her best admire her most , ,yt .fgxcafo 4. ,. X QQ' Y Q.-1. .- "Lo 9. , A N his W it KQ ' 554 Asmllu.. 7.11" ' X Y QR! ! , -97,5 91, . Page Ninety-.fix iff f. I I 1 i 1 l 1 ix Z t , L A i I H H u Q Homerian, Vice-Presidentg X. YN. C. A. - I S ml i , i u Y I 1 v I l i v LINELLA V. FOSTER Cllariton IREXE EDNA COODXYIN Tracy ii V Primary Primary , Homerlan' G alcthezm' Y. XV. f. . . "Pleasure is labour too, and tires as much." -Modest and Shy of men was sm. f , i , , , , 7 FLORENCE PRAMIIPUN AUHH DORIS E. COREHAM odeholf A nmary Primary 2 y...-f 'XK'lmt arc we sc-I on earth 'or :ave to i." i I "Friendship, big and long and everlasting." 2 .Ei ' 2 E3 E 5 , l 5 MARGUERWE DELIGHT GIFFEN XVntcrl0o LALRA CREELEX Primary Lake Iafk Z , Primary .D , I . . X 1 SQ Euterpean Glee Club' 2PZ0livehlJ1iehTxi:nt1:E5 glib' ive 'md he ivan 5 Q "Speech is silver. but silence is golden' ' ' g ' g ' g ' l 5 1 E BIILDRED GIGER Toeldo HAZEL HAYYKINS XVestl'ielLl ' Primary Primary , Zetaletheang Y. XY. C. A. Zetalcthezm. l I "Life is long, but I am short." "Assume a virtue if you have it not." 1 3 i , l i . I L , ! l l 'E Qi BV ,,,,, ,-. '13 i : ,J2"f1,x:afAg5iW xx Mx ,LSP ' Q :fir " fp . . 1. f J v '15 - QA-,Q K ,!X..19 .:A1 P X ., ,I 9 ,. .gy-Q Page Alzzely-sefven 24 oifiu GOL JOSEPHINE M. HELMER West Union Primary Euterpe'm Glee Club' Y. W. C. A. Idleness is an appendix to nobility. DOVE HALLOWELL Mt. Pleasant Primary Delphian. 1 am always with you. 'NIARY E. HAWKINS Earlham Primary Bel Canto Clee Club' Y. W. C. A. MARCARET CECILLE HERRON Coon Rapids Primary Blushing is the color of virtue. MARJORIE HIXON Lehlars Primary Neotrophian' VV. A. A. ILA A. HILDRETH Windom Minn. Primary Trving' . W. C. . i l I I .. H 1 f Y ri U fi U U "A lavish planet reigned when she was bonu." I 1 ' , , Y A ' ' 1 , an as as G I "Always quiet with a great deal to say." MARIAN HELMER VVest Union Primary Euterpean Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. "What shall I do to be forever known?" She has no thought of coming woes. JEAN HILL Creokee Primary Sigma Tau Deltag Zetalethean. "My home is in heaveng I'm here on a visit." F am A 6 'mlhu r fn 0 5 .9 if xi n f' - H-K W: - si ,J we PageNirzc'ly-aight " I ' . 6 - t if lf P E as .? All v l i 6 i .W w l 1 in GX 24 oign GOT- SELMA HILL Story City BEULAH L. KAHI. Doon Primary Primary L. s. A.g Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. X "My name is common, but my virtue great." "Life is too short for foiblesf' DEss1E IRENE HENDERSON lxranchesfef ELSIE KOLTHOFFP , New Hmptol' Primary E rxmary "A blythe heart makes at blooming Visage." uterpean' , , , "A maiden never hold of spirit. ' MARY ELLEN HENDRICK Pfimgllill' ALM.-X KOHLHOFF New Hampton ' Primary Primary Elflahan' - Euterpean Glee Club. "Bot what she does lvut how she does it is the --If at mst vou donit Succeed try try againy test of her capacity." ' l BEATRICE L. KAUTZ Rowley VIVA JOHNSON Doon Pfimilfy Y Primary C. S, A.: Y. XV, C. A. X- WV- C- A- "A contented spirit is the sweetness of exis- "To live at ease :mtl not be hound to think." tencef' l ! x X5. wncvf -9 A S ,W my 'e f I YN 9 0 1 s. --.1 I fr i cs ., 1. . my , .Q f' V", .if r H. g,, - ft We Page Ninety-nine . CW D Leo Q x LIZZIE E. KENVNEY Manchester lrimary VVisely and slow' they stumhlc that run fast. ILA M. KNOTT Sharpsburg Primary ualiang Y. XY, T. 1 . I hold to mine own opinion re3,:xrCllcss f Others. MAGDALEN KRANTZ NVaterloo Primary 'AOfticious, innocent, sincere." ESTHER MARY KRUSE Stewnnlrozit Rock Primary Ossolig Y. VY. C. A.g Kfznntire. "Knows a lot, hut cz1n't think of it." HATTIE LaMASTER Creston Primary ' know how to do . tl' g lzlf tl - '- fieulty accomplished. ADA LOUISE LAVN SON Primary Clarincla lm content with nothing, short of the best. LEONE KOUCH rimary Waterloo when thc sea is i x 1 . l I l H , " 'To 1 nn f is ll 11 cllf xv fl 1 f I E l L X .1 U , H Y f 0 1 U 'jj 7 S "' 1 2 f - 5 l I -4 : , f tx - ' 5 P l l il cl Anyone can hold the helm Cahnf, SARAH E. LEO NA RD Primary Mingo "Get somewhere and then stay." ffl 'YV pi r X 13 PM Al I S Page Om'-Hundred - A'5"9 ,fm-gn:-1 if lg , .5 - 641: ' I J ' 'ff A 1 .. 2' ,l lol.--,A 'I - Q M L' f JN . o " GN U' ,vt . fv l fl fN rx 1 1 I A l L 1 'z , 5 ,, -4 v-4 P1 rl fi 1 ,-. x,,f -V ki - 1924 row GOLD GRACE E. LODER Gladbrook Primary Euterpean Glee Clubg Y. XV. C. A.: Choral Union. "A youth to fortune and to fame unknown." BEATRICE LONG Sheldon Primary Y. VV. C. A.: Euterpean Glee Club. "VVhy aren'! they all contented like me?" FRANCES LONGBOTHAM XYest Liberty l'rim:iry Shake-speareanq Y. NV. C. A. "My appetite comes to me while eating." EDNA LUNDQUIST Galvzi Primary Homerian. 'ABeauty is the mark Cod sets on virtue." JUDITH A, MARKS Sioux City Primary "Courage consists in equality to the problem before us." E'l'llEl. MARKS Sioux City Primary "Content to set the table in a roar." GENEYIEVE MATSON Cedar Falls Primary Neotrophiang Y. NY. C. A. "Of easy temper, naturally good." EDN.-X JOAN MATSON Priniziry Eagle Grove Ossoli. "Like slow punk hurns, hut gets there just the same." A '..' . -43. ' ".Z7 '9 22L'i?.l-I!-?1' 'A A e ' qsig ac g-'f'.'i.f-ff: 'Q Aff. 'l .rl - ' 1- . -W . ' e - . - . L r 4 - E V. X -A A K y V a: 1- 'na '- , gqy . i x . 1 H5 hx 1 . f K ,, if gf , g v . ,- , 1 iigiir' A A 7' .. . f - Q! if , -. i ,B I J . ,AK . :iv . 5 'bf 4 E 7' EN., ,' . N , 3, ' W 1 I- qililr iiigisx an Tir A i f i 1, f fi 'Q' -:mi A353 -b' -.. - J 1 ,"Egffq -' e i - A ,Q i i f , 1' ?E.,',.?! "m.'5fF ffl. S' It fi 5 .aa sl V :aff A35 P if .. .f ivz 6 'f.,FW'fi5ff?7L?'i.ni"' nm WYQQ. . -X AU! if-lj A J, . mg " I - D .6pc.r9p Y- Page One Hundred One 1 1 - 1 2 : 1 2 1 : I 1924 OLD G LU JUNE DIILLER Yvaterloo Primary Y. VV. C. A. 'Your face looks honest." ELSIE MOELLER Everly Primary Irving. 'God made her small in order that he might do a more choice bit of workmanship." HELEN McDONALD Moorhead rim'iry Eulalian. "My l1eart's engaged to 1 angel." Irinmry Catholic Students Association. "There's nothing like being used zi ming." FLORENCE MCGINNIS Chariton 1 2 E : 1 E S I I 1 P . . X in Q RUTH McMEEL Coggon 2 , 4 S l to l l 1 l i l P 1 A Q9 5 MAE MUIR Fredericksburg Primary "Books are fatal." IRENE MYTHALER VVaterloo Primary Alpha. "Her strength of mind is exercise, not rest." riniary "Study is like the heaven's glorious sun" KATHRY N NAUMAN N Primary Davenport Chrestomathian. "An ounce of pluck is worth a ton of luck." 79 .angry N 'L 'llul 1 'ia 8 x fy, Page One Hundred Tfwo f ,T l 1, gi- " l - X Q3 QD l X14 lim ' R9 5 ie' 'M Z U Qi' 'Q 1924 NI XR'1 H -X X IC HOI S Rock R 11ml Pr1l11'1rx -Xlpha B611 111111111 Nl1'1lxespeare'111 -Xlxvns d1sLreLt 111 11111111cr 111111111112 1111 lou 'mbe CEVEN ULN 1' NUBQON fllll'll"V .? Neo rophmn X XX T15 plc-121111 1 Qu- ones 1111116 HERNILE NORDXI XRlx Ill Hl'l FX OCRER XX est lllltlll I 11111 rx X eotroph1a11 X gentle tongue 1 1 lte Rl lll lx Ol H LR 0111 1l1'1 'NelJrail1 1 l fllll 9 Sl1akespeare1111 Q 2 let us be 111er1'1 for l1111 lll lllC IS s urt 111 prmt Fmt Dmlkl Cl -XR X OLQEX lexxell lr1111 1r1 I' - - 1 1 . . - . Y - v . " . 1 . 1 ., ' 1 s . . -. : 13 ' 1 j "' il Q 1 . . P1 . 3 1 ' 1 . .' ' . X L "1 '1 jr ': ' ' ' 1 , " ' 1 l ' -- Ab is il ree 41' i' 1 1 V7 V ' "1 ' 1 r . ' ., . . 7 ' ' L 1' . 1' Nora Springs 1 ' ary 'N P ' 1 ' - . .' 1 '1 L '. '. C. A. .1 4 nz -- - h .U E 1 M l A 1,1 0 , 1 1 ' .H E 1 : 1 : . ' 5 1 - , . ' A A A A I ' , Y C MU l"i1 ary , . ' -7 , . . .. ' ' 1 . U D X' HB11' 1 '1j'S ' ' 1 . bmew 11111 lnlorn plexsure IRENE NYGENT l'ri111ury Irving. "Beauty is 11e'v:1' with a smile." 1 I 1 1 I 1 l I I l 1 1 1 1 1 r 1, 1 K- 1 1 1 1 1, V, ,.i...... so lovely as 11'l1e11 :1cl1mr114'fl L l11ebto111atl11'111 Ulllllllfllt to let the world Wag 011 as it will." Flverly ETTA PARKS Cedar Rapids l'ri11111ry X. XX. C. A. uflrevity is the soul of wit." if - V' .......'3 .... -1 1 1 "" 11- S 5 1 R 11 11 1:11551 gn, A 1 M, ,,,, , ,111 ,-W,,N.,.,.,fg1f3f11ji25g?',g1'j1,,,,,,.,,,e ,,11 11-1- ,.W.1,..JJ f? . -. 1... ., 1-.- ..-..... -1..-.1....-...-1.. 1mQ1,,f:1,- p..-M......-....M-------.-----.1 X .gx ' 'lQ54'i'.'9:'H1?T?E?fW11: ff 'W 1 ::::g.'g:"'.:i'.:T.m 51-flel..-'....1::i::g11-11-f...:it1p1i4A?-I Page One Hundred Three . 4 oifiJZG0LD W X HELEN I. PETERSON Calnmr CORINNE POXVELL Keota Primarv Primary lx 1 Delphian. A'TllCl'C is weight behind her words." "A merry man was Rollin Hood." X GERTRFDE PRIEBE Mason City PEARL PIERCE Carroll Primary 6 Primary Homeriang Y. XV. C. A. . 2 Neotrophian. "YVl1en the cafs away, the mice will play." X Q "Much reserved, yet how kind." ! E 5 DORIS M. PR1EsT Hastings 5 i E JUNE PIRTE Springville Primary E I ' Primary "A still, small voice." ' 3 . Ossolig Y. VV. C. A. "I meddle with no ones business but my 0wn.' C:-9 OPAL PUTNAM Deep River y E Primary I MRS. ELFA PORTER Cedar Falls Neotmphizmg yn VV. C. A. ' Primary Hlnwardness, inildness and selirenounceinent do "Quiet, modest, and useful? make for woman's happiness." 4 1 f A ' N2 .X Qunllllll it lv 4 l Q lsillllllllu- f a f fc- - . A' . . - Page One Hundred Four , -193-I9 Q '60 If fi i ii l i i U. I 1924 OLD GOLD 9r"!"?? Ealf.5W?f5'?Ji-3.7'Ii"'f:'i.9"E"' W!! -a i e ,. I . ,.Js ,. We-',,"fi H W' fi V " I I . . W .if f -. ff. 1 -, lol? 5,155 I w 'R we y . 'Q' K 11: I E Flag , f iiii ., ' ' ' ff' ' 5 'V or ri Ilia I 'wifi L 3 ,V I Q I V. J 'xx' r I ,...:Qi 3 7. 4,1 I is Ti., , X AI, . y , A ea ' JV, Xt, yi 1 I . . ,-. S135 v,7 QQ. 'I .Mg K i I I A A ef- ' E Y . . it . 'i E. IL' 'I if im 'HQ if F ses..- ,. f.. - , I . 'f'.'f.-4' f . .Ez E. .mf f' 'ds'-LQSU-'if e 1 ,.- - .- sa? . ' ' I 'hlffilhi .ie.T"'!Kl!"'il2' !I'?.l'aH'i'.i-i..i"4".ln ' ETHEI. REED Hepburn GLADYS ROGERS Dunlap Primary Primary Neotrophian. "Gentle, unassuming, meek." ESTHER REISER Primary "I said itg it must be true.' BERN l CE RHIXES Primary "She's little, but she's sweet." Homeriang Y. VV. C. A. 'tShe is a worthy maidenf, MARY E. ROSS Mt. Pleasant New Albion Pfimflff Y. VV. C. A. "Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art." DOROTHY ROUSE Montour Edgewood . Primary "She doeth the little things that most of us leave undone." GLADYS ROVVLAND Ft. Madison HERNICE RODMAN Monticello Primm, - Pfimafy Phi Omega Pig Chrestomathiang Euterpean Glee Ifvlllg- Cluhg Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet. "Good nature and good sense must ever join." "Her friends are many." E233 L M - gi r i I f-Q f Ke " E Po . .4 Sw , Page One Hundred Fifve XX 15 - I I I Fi? 6 M 19255 QLD U C w l I ' MARGARET RUYS Hull VERA SHIRER Russell V Primary Primary l-Y Neotrophian 5 Y. VV. C. A. Chrestomathiang Y. VV. C. A. ll X "God made the country and man made the " 'Tis well to be merry and Wise, l ' townf, 'Tis well to be honest and true." Q 9 5 . VERNA SAMPLE DeXVitt UHPLAH SLO?-N I TWIOH .Q f primafy l.,l'l!T'IZ1l"' ' h l Y. w. C. A. Y- W- C. A- Rf-'M ll 2' "One of those People who never get ruffled." Mrllefff is U0 dP11'kU9SS but igHOf3l1C9-U , w 1 V i xg 1 E 5 1 f - v ETHEL SOUTHXVELL Correctionvillc 1 I HELEN SCHBEITER Dlzlnly Primary, E' E ff 7 ,- . Primary . U Neotrophian. I X xeuly 3' ioumam of enthusiasm' K'Leave the chaff and take the XVllC'2lt.H KL, ' ' i 1 AUDREY SHERRIAN Nora Springs INIILDRED SPOHN Cedar Falls V Primary Pfimflfb' l 1 ' Neotrpohiang Y. XV. C. A. Y. NV. C. A- 5 "VVith countenance dernure and modest grace." 5 "She is fond of companyf' X A l 5 w l , , I 4 l E , l 3 'E f . S 1 9 r Q 2 l l E l 1 . 5 l 1 A In 12 s f x . 1 E ,Q ' . M, . Y :Q . l il li is I W 5:20 - E e . 3 .. 1 N. J. 1'11'N"'.., ' c:::J.... W - :"'g..,..,..7:a , , ,-M. .P , , , V7 n .fafwzq-f:, fm g 1 of fe. 2 x -oi, 1 14 'gl :.-- 'mr' --..............M.....-..5 3 ,,,,i N-.. ,.- .-,-..,.......-.-.-----.--..-.v-....f.M..-.....3 , rt, H is ' vfv, ' ,E -N,...,., . -..,.......,......-......,.l.-,.- .-.. .-W-.--1.-. NW- W- ., rnx ,' Cf-f .bifvfi if' ff wif be ll 1 ii1IZ3l""..-N-TTZl1.."'f"Heff' f fi+55iii:T:'::::::r.'1::1::f""1:iL:i:.::tif if-gif! . 'w'3'4rS31+55-,.',:.f5,ffef-f' Page One Hundred Six X-..i.5ffjQf-f?" ' e-kqjegzff I l XS i . I RIARGARET STEHN Northwood ALICE L. TAFT Swea City Primary Primary I Alpha. Y. W. C A x "To he or not to be that is the question." "This is the thing that I was born to do." I i . . . . i 6 RUTH STOECKER Alamy MILDRED TAX LOR I Liherty, BIISSOUYI. 5 ? Primary Primary 5 Irving. Sicilian filer: glulilg Y.hXTi2 Cl. A. lu b h 1 E i "Salute ye, thc stranger within your gates." wayif we Journey t mug If et Us ne y t e 3 5 ' i : i 5 T i 5 2 RUTH LENOE STOUFFER Marshalltown ALVERTIE TIPTON. cada' Fans i A 1 s Primary . Primary ,V - , 1 "To appreciate her one must really know her." Eulahan' l ' V "She wears a smile that won't come off." R , l VILA M. SVVANSON Laurens HAZEL THOMAS Hartley Primary Pfimafy Euterpezm Glee Club. Cliosophic. "Mingle a little folly with your wisdom," "Much may be said on both sides," N I l l 7 1 1 l , i I f l , 4 N l 1 i l in ,.f 'iv ' X I i N mx lx. fi 5' - A ff.-YW X - flgi? A txt-f ......-..--'-'--"-"-Ni:i,1g" MS -. 'FW 72,1 lg W t",'i.i1 '. ' ':7iA'z"i: M ...,...,,..,-l.,......."""ff..ffQ '-Q'-"" v . , I xx?-fJ i"c!?'21 Page One Hundrfd Sefven 4 OTQDZGOL ZELLA R, TODD Manchester Primary Alpha Beta Gamma' Student Council. A fool may talk but a wise person speaks. LUCILLE TORC ESO N Primary Alpha. IN orth wood MARY E. WACNER VVest Liberty Primary Show Me. NHLDRED VVALTER Grandview Primary Y. V. C. A.' O Cowasin Camfire. A life of ease is a diflicult pursuit. .X ll ' x ! IA J! i , I .. ,, , v 1 1 f 3 y ' . .. U 1 "I am a regular heart smasher." " 2 2 - l - - ' - - - l Q I 1 n l . : v . s if U H l C9 C5 NIRS. BLANCHE WAGNER Cedar Falls KATHRYN WILLgiinm Decorah Primary Al ha y She makes a solitude and calls it peace. p ' . ,, Push on, keep moving. HELEN G. VVAGNER San Juan, Texas . n Primary IRENE L. XVELSH wulllamsbufg Homeriang Y. W. C. A. Primm "A quiet dignity and charm of gentleness are Zetalethearu Y' VV' C' A' hers." "The pen is mightier than the sword." Page One Hundred Eight Y ? M 'G-1 I KQ QQACI1 - AfY? fa - 'X N' li G1 Tl a s-.Li na me 'els' r X U 4 ! 1 f 2 l l l l O I til l I C 24 Ol.9D G01 - S OMA IDELLA YVERNER TllOf!lllllYg ELSIE CHRISTINA VVISE llliltorl , , Primary Primary X Zetaletllezln. Y. NV. C. A. "A smile for every Prof." "On their own merits modest people are dumb." .I . 'I E l MAMIE LUELLA VVHITE Sioux Falls, s. D. IONA E W S . Dams Gem' , Prlmarv Primary U ' ,, 3 H . H Every why has a wherefore. In her, goodness ls no stranger. l ,IESSIE BLEASNER Renwick E VIDA XVOODS Carroll v V Pfimafy , Primary X. Vt. C. A. - Y. we C. A. "Enjoy present pleasures ill such :l way as not HI doth care.-Y to injure future ones." l l 1 KATHLEEN BROVYN Eldora w HATTIE YYILSON Springville Primary l - Primary Kappa Tlleta Psig Alpha. l Ossoh' "The only thing certain is that nothing is "So womzmly, so benign, and so meek." certain." CALM '0 r salllllll 1 1 A "if f I uk is Ht , '1 -tw 'l ' 1 DY 2 5 3 66:2 ff X196 Z Page One Hundred Nine we-16' I? l , 4 OEJZGOLD LOUISE M. BEACH Sioux Falls, S. D, GRETCHEN CRONBAUGH Belle Plaine tl Kindergarten Kindergarten 'I Delta Ihi Deltag Cliosophic. 3 Kappa Theta Psig Cliosophicg Y. VV. C. A. " 'Tis hard to he in love and to be wise." "The best part ol' beauty is that which a picture , cannot express. ' ' 87 - i -. , ne" L 76, gl , , N 1 l l f . , N 1 in r. RUM LRAWPORP New H"mp"m MARGARET DE'1'l.115 Sioux Falls, S. D. X' 4 Kinder arten . 'Q g Kindergarten ' ta- Q Class Treasurer, Fall '23, , . . 1 H V - Lhrestoinathiang Sioux Club. , -, While she shuts the gate on one wooer, another M . X E knocks at the door-U lf work counts, success is hers, 3 1 E Her record shows no trace of blurs." - l ' ' 4 I ' 2 i E MILDRED E. COYVDREY Davenport ALINE DUTY xvaterloo E! ' Kindergarten ,, ' , 1 , lxindergarten ,-,J Letalethean. M . H wa . . . . . She is more than she seems lo be. , N "O, this learning, what a thing it is." i CHARl.OT'l'E DUNN Yankton, S. D. ' GLADYS CHARM,OCK Omaha, Nebraska. Kindergarten ! Y U Kindergarten Y v Sioux Club: Y. W. C. A. S Ketfophlani mudem Council? X' ll- C- AJ "They are never alone who are accompanied V Shakespeareang Morningside 1921-'Z2. hy noble thoughts." I l , i E 'V S Q......l.. ...gm .. fi Ei ..!Q?... Y l. S' ' " " 1 .. , lj l .A W" .1 ' 4 T . , - A Iv. ' ' ,I ig ' ' uf pf 1 gl' fr 4 " i ' 1 R . -. If 1 IU QQ? 1' L O -Q4 xv x V , -bp, . " .S V ., A R Bw .. c - AS i f 1 . an . S 5 S S f I I .Q sq .- H, K V ks! lt 3 ' ' - . in 1 c A ii . A V . ,IV ...A-gh' I ir .ii Q il I S f , . ..rr fs, 1 ie ' . . 1. ' 4 Alta iw, ... , . - S" QS R S 9, . ,Hai ' V' 1 ' i ff. . yk .,"'S .,,, . "S V. "'k 3 I S "1 ' - M , 9 , WJ' 'S q 1 S ff iff fwggi ' is ...i2fva,:f:- - SSS i f Si' ri f i' 444122, iff ' sf ix :aff 1 "ft S ..., Sw " fe il? it ,VS ,... ' l 1 ' if-4--1--1-, ix 'Q men x X fx! 93? l--,lg w w SS WC J' t V- - ,Fi 2 ,"' Q A- ,S i ' 9 ' K A X' 5 age One Hundred Ten wg O t 1924 MARGARET GRAHAM - Kindergarten Shakespearean. "A man, a man, my kingdom for a man MARY AVIS HAMIL 6 Kindergarten Neotrophizmg Y. XV. C. A. "A little peaceful home bounds all my wants and needs." I Des Moines LUCILLE EBELHEISER Kingsley Kindergarten Cliosophic. "I know that Cupid did it, And I think it was a sin, To carve a cunning dimplz- in the middle of her chin," Onawa LOUISE EISEBIAN Sioux City Kindergarten E i Shakespearean: Morningside 1921-'2.?. 2 1 "Her staute tall, I hate a duinpy wom..m E .-xxE'r'r,x HANSEN H.,1S1ea.i g 7 4 5 Kindergarten uER.xLDIxE FI'IZGERAI,lJ VI'ater1oo s " I'lii Sigma Phig Zetalethean. v V v V ltlqdergarlel' ' "Best she is liked because alike to all." X' O' X' Slgmff lhl' "She comes to school to take outside work." 3 FONDA MAE ,IAMESON NVaterl0o :XLICE E. FOIQBES Vyaterloo ' Kindefganen Kindergarten I Y. 0. V. Sigma Phi. Alpha: Y. VV- C- A- A "Her graceful ease' and Swffmfssv "VVe can do more good hy being good than 1 Might hide her faults if she had faults to hide." any other way." i i I 1 5 l ill i. 5 i. P y . . . . l 50 K J -X Rig is C W 3. FQ' Q -N-V I Y x' iQ'?AV Pago Une Ilundred Elefven 1 li li l X X iff? C1 1924 T OLD GOA-D ' ..--x l l i FLORENCE E. JONES Onawa GATHA NIAULSBY Mfarshalltown Kindergarten Kindergarten X f Neotrophiang Y. W. C. A. Cliosophic. X "Today is the tomorrow we worried about "While we live, let us live." yesterday." v V y MARGARET METCALF XVaterloo 6 VVANDA KABIME-KER Gladbrook Kindergarten a ? Y hmderganen "Silence is one great art of conversation." ? X. w. C. A. i E "As merry as the day is longf' X 5 :I GENEVIEVE MCGEE Davenport E E JULIA RIGGS KELLY Cedar Falls Kindefgaffen E E Kindergarten V. 0, V. Sigma Phig Y. VV. C. A.3 Shakes- E 5 . pearean. 4 . g , I , Ifvmg' "By Jove-I wonder who is king of my ' ' "Small, but U, My!" thoughts." gk!! EDITH E- MAHQIN Clmfon MARJORIE MOMYER Knoxville ' kmdffgartfm Kindergarten Pena Ph' Dcltai Cllomphlc' Chrestomathiang Class President. She takes fhf breath of men away' "I cannot do everything, but I will not refuse to Who gaze upon her unaware." do the something I can do." 5. P1155 One Hundred Tfwelfve 1.504 fig' M Jim, Q, ' 1 as 'Q by Lf : N l f , 43. fr A 5 Q' 4 2 0 - 14 -- ,' ' 'st QQ , f S' hi- I I Q .fs 5 .1 A.. X -. . . O 19,24 + KET D it OLD V' ' X 4X V ' IRENE MEYER Davenport MURIEL E. PEARCE Dubuque Kindergarten Kindergarten 1 Chfestomathifm- Clirestomathiang Y. VV. C. A.g Secretary of "A splendid brain whose cover is a curly head." Chresto, Fall '23, "A woman should pass part of her time in laughter." LOIS PATTEN lllarshnlltown I5 I h B G Kindergarten h ZATHA PILSON vvaterloo Ap a eta ammag Cliosop icy XV. A. A.g ' Q Y. W. C. A.3 President Alpha Beta Gnmnmg Y . A K1"dUgaf'en 5 Inter-Sorority Conncilg Class Secretary. H'vu' C' A ' I H E I "And wit its honey lent, without the sting." ll Ould thfff were more like she' : 1 E l 5 ELEN R 1 S' . S. . 2 DOROTHY PAYNE Grinell H CQLA Kinder men 'Ou' Fans' D . l Kindergarten Clirestomathian' Sioux gfllub Chrestomathian' "AHer ability isd't so tiny asiher voice." "Happy ani I, from care I am free." LAURA ELIZABETH ROBBINS Alden OCTAVIA PETERSON Fort Dodge Kindergarten 1 Kindergarten Y, VV. C. A.: Euterpeang Choral Union. K "She will sing the savageness out of a bear." "Ever a friend in need." E 1 I ff Y 'Q ' t DY W in K: ' A ft Page One Hundred Thirteen 1. 3 : aa 1 1. . . -. . -t ,M 11 4 ,,,.-.. if ULD GGL ff X. ENID C. SKELTON Oskaloosa VERA VN ALLACE Indianola Kindergarten Delta Phi Delta. ' I may lose my heart but not my head. EDNA B. SKELTON Kindergarten Delta Phi Delta. "Pretty to walk with, XVitty to talk with, 7, YIOLA M. STEUERNVALD Kindergarten Wolsey, S Sioux Club. Oskaloosa Kindergarten Chrestomathian ' Class Secretary. 'The learned eye is still the loving one." LYDIA VVELLS Davenport Kindergarten Chrestomathian President, Spring 19234 Fall 1923g Y. W. C. A.g Phi Omega Pig Vice Presi- dent' Associate Stat? OLD GOLDQ Class Presit dent, Fall 1923, VVinter 19235 Bartlett Hall House Councilg W. A. A. readiness of doing doth express no other but the doer's willingness." DORIS E. XVHITTLE Nvellington Kindergarten I Y I all S ,I , J ., , 1 . 'E Ileasant too, to think upon. ...Phe :: 5 . -f l D Y u z .il 1. .3 A'Well girls, I have an idea." i X 1 -S I 1' r' : il r 5. 1. f lr c: IJ " Q Kr ' 1 E XI "Men, not marks have always been her aim a- . ii . Kff RUTH F. BELL Creston i 4 ELIZABETH B. SUCHOMEL Cedar Rapids Public School luusic 1 Kindergarten Neotrophiang Cecilian Glee Clubg Neo Secretaryg 4 l Neotrophiang Y. W. C. A. Cecilian President. jg "A small girl with a big heart, 'AA merry heart goes all the while, -N 1 And always ready to do her part." A sad one tires in a mile." i li 1 D - . -- . . l 1 l if ' li : lx 5 52 I 4 1' 1 1 all l 1 5 1 11. l ' if. Q ,477 t Q . C 1 2 if kj N f 2. ,, f fe 59' ' "f 1. x 1 . N . . filer D .....,................'T..'f"'...."""""'..W...,...'TLz'J xr' .-e-e. ffgsf iii all if 4 . , 'L..iE..aa, ,,i..--...-Q.J4.g.,e l V -, , Y my KVVK ,,,,,,,"3f'f,"'gf . . WT S V Fifa. 0110 Hundred Fourtren 1924 OLD GOLD I JEANETTA S. BYRNS Garden Grove CECILE B. FERRELL xxv2lSlllllgt0l'l l Public School Music Public SCh0C'l MUSIC Hel Camo Glee Club. tPlii.ME:g ?ll2lliCSt?fZll'E8gQ rBtelrCar3:J1ic glisieSEc- X "A shy quiet person not afraid to work, refjiyy or ebpon I g fec e 3 y ,L K Fl K A ' Y x d nd n her f r Shell never ghirk V. Success comes on with a rapicl gang Ou can cpe 0 O ' ' ' To the one who goes to meet it." MAYME FERGUSON Barnes City r. BARBARA BROADIE xvuwrly Public 5011001 MWC Q 4 Public gchool Blush: Alphag Euterpean Glee Club, 19229231 Bel 3 - , , A A P , , , , Canto Glee Clubg l923-'24g Choral Yniong Y. NY. j i Hotnerlang Cecilian Glee Llubg Choral lnion. C- A. i ' Q 3 "Genius is the capacity for evading hard work." ..HEre is 3 most graceful lam, 1 5 , E Light of heart and step is she." ' E 3 ZOLA ZOO CARVER Colo BURNETTA FRANTQZ - Cherokee E ' E ,f Public School Music Public 5011001 MUSIC ' E 3 Zetaletheang Y. XY. C. A.: Entcrpczin lilee fluli. Sigma Tau Deltag Shakespeareang Y. NY. C. A.: E 5 , ' i -'Small but mighty." Bel Canto Glee Club. 1 r 'Z "An active mind, ideas clever, I Full of fun and jolly ever." , . ROY N. COLLINS Mt, Vnion Ig A yy., B 1 li? Public schooi Music L0 ' Glu P bl. gvh I H .X S' mc' 5:9 Aristoteliang Lambda Gamma Nu: lllinnen- h '1 'C 'L 00 -1 USUN H l l- , singer, 19233243 Accompanist and Piano Soloist: Sigma Tau Deltag Honieirang Cecilian Clee 1 1, Graduate Piano Recital, August 1923. Clubg Y. VV. C, A. "A man who blushes is better than one who t'Saucy, clever and neat turns pale." Intelligent and mighty sweet." l i l , I N 5 i . Lf D l l l 1 la I ff ee , Us f fwffsf dfazsitl 5 LN KL .ss -..-. as S ,ws fb? Xxx? 'r--he-"--W---1155 are------s ky A ILZIQYL :::':::r: jl""""""f'f"'-"i""'L. 'GJ Page One Hundred Fifteen sXkb'ff- ,f 192401.13 OLD G l J ,M- RUTH HANSON VVaterloo DORA LOIS HOOD Atlantic Public School Music Public School Music Bel Canto Glee Clubg Choral Union. Eulalian, President 19245 Y. VV. C. A., Cabinet -fMuSiCvS the medicine of the mind U 1923-'24g Student Volunteer, Secretary-Treasurerg ' Bel Canto Glee Club. t'Nothing was ever accomplished without en- thusiasm." ADALINE HENDERSON Blarengo f Public School Music EVELYN HOLTHAUS U16 4 Homeriang Bel Canto Glee Club. Public School Music : "W0rk? XVIIHVS work? Ossolig Cecilian Glee Club. E 1 Xvhere have 1 heard that Word befcffw " 'Tis a sure sign that work goes on merrily : when folks sing at itf, E ' 5 e d ll i ALVA R. HOCKETT iiafming DOROTHX IEEPGSZ I M i Cf ar Fa S g Public School Iilusic v Y ,U lc ,fi O0 A USC. . ,. - Voice Diploma: Cecilian Glee Clubs Choral V. Y. Sigma Phi, Class President, Cecilian 4 1 Union- Glee Club. QQ O "She's always just the same Shows dependability and balance ETHEL HORN Public School Music Bel Canto Glee Clubg Choral Unio "I am never weary when I hear Business is business, raref' Yet, I like some play." MARGARETTA JOHNSTON Buffalo Center Ottumwa Public School Music Sliakcspeareang Bel Canto Glee Club. n. "Laugh while you cang everything has its sweet music." time." -QU- by Page One Hundred Sixteen 2 1' 'c ' 9.39 " -L., V I 1 Ax, . . s 2. Ti" M y s A Wi A' 41 u e? 924 MARCARET ALICE MAXXYELL M . Ayr Iublic School Music Bel Canto Glee Club' Choral Union. If she ever knew an evil thought She spoke no evil word. CLARA MAUSS Whittier California Q Public School Music Neotrophian' Cecilian Clee Club, ? A Tis the mind that makes the body rich. 2 OMA LUCILLE MOFFETT Cedar Rapids 2 rublic scimi Music I Shakespearean' Cecilian Glee Club. F Theres a deal of mischief under her calm ANNETTE MCMILLIAN Hudson lublic School Music Sliakespearerm' Bel Canto Glee Club' College Orchestra 1922- 24, Of softest manners unaffected kind Lover of peace and friend of human kind, MARCVERITE NAUMAXN Davenport Public School Music Chrestomathian: Cecilian Clee Club. VVl1y not make it a practice to put all worries in the bottom of your heart and sit on thc lid and smile? NORMA ELLEN REANEY Ainsworth Public School Music Shakespearean' Cecilian Glee Club' Shake R - porter 1924. 1 1 I I ' i , 1 1 X i it ii U ' ' H 1 1 y 4 N r , 1 if 4 y U - fy 2 n - ' . n 1 h 2 o ' i , , e it y . i 1 1 1 " ti . exterior. CX-'D MILDRED MORGAN Parker, S. D. Public School Music Phi Omega Pi, President 19233 Alphag Inter- Sorority Councilg Bel Canto Glee Club. "The two noblest of things, which are sweetness and lightf' So small and active, but you d never guess How much she has, that makes success." FERX THOMAS Sioux Rapids Public School Music Neotrophinng Y. NV. C. A. "Of all noises I think music the least disagree- able." 5 l w i a l f"""f4f r i 0w"'lll f Mfg, R C 14-5" ' 1 Q' A if C f Ki r Y Q YQ! Page One Hundred Sefvenleen O 1 4 oi.giJ2G0l-D MARY SAY LO R W aterloo Public School Music Y. W. C. A.' Cecilian Clec Club' Choral Union. A smile a blush a glance a curl In other words a bonny girl. EFFIE STEXVART NYaterloo Public School Music Bel Canto Clee Club' Choral Union. Silence is golden and Im a millionaire." GLADYS SWAIN Osceola Public School Music Delta Phi Delta' Cliosophic' Cecilian Clee Club' Student Council. YERDA TAYLOR Huron S. D, Public School Music eotrophian' Bel Canto Glee Club. Blest with fine wisdom and sober sense-.' MARION THORPE NVhitiug Public School Music 'A bright and sunn face and e es of blue XIARCARET ALLENE THONIPSON Buckingham Public School Music Vliosophic' Cecilian Clee Club. X 1 Y V t I . 1 I , N 1 , W, . il , . , , U . ' K 5 ' 7 ' ' ' y y F I V V! U Y A triHe mischievous but we know shes true. - 7 i - : 9 Q - U A I A - l . - l : - .- , , I y ' ' , it U 'A ' . Cf? Addinh once more the music of her tongue To the sweet speech of her alluring eyes." Her friends best know her true worth." v RUTH G. WILSON Nora Springs Qt'-Q DIA RGARET TAY LO R Nashua Public School Llusic . i ' Public School Music Shakespeareang Cecilian Glee Clubg Choral . 2 Neotroplnang Cecilian Glce Clubg Y. VV. C. A. Uniong Grinnell 1921-'22. 1 'L'Tis a sure sign work goes on merrily, when "She has a matchless tongue that conquers all H . folks sing at it," reply." l l ' w 1 I , 5 I U l 1 l I A f E l JV, ' l 1 4 fl X l l ,J AJ! , ,Xi Q ....1.- in L-fr' '- W, ' ,Mf'iilg?" fdxxj 9. Ms" if 1 ,ffl cj if oo - e e-We '21 lsr! R I "l Page One Hundred Eighteen Gy . , 39' 1924 ll ELEANOR COLBY Onzml JENNIE S. LEE Yillisca Art Art I Homeriang Y. XY. C. A. "'l'l1e lezirnc-rl nmlcrstiunl the theory of art, thc X "Her very silence. and lier patience, Spa-als to lllllcilrllml 'ts lllcilsuwg' the people." 6 ZORA SPIZZ Greeufic-lfl HELEN COOLEY I 'l All Q i Art ll W' OO Y. W. C. A. i 5 1 Alpha: Student Council: Art Club: XY. A. A. hxfltlllug if S" l"'lmlm' Us kindufss i E I l'Here is my lmnrl for my true constancy." 5 l E l ROSE ALOHA FEXXER Ccrlm' Falls L LILLIAN DINSDALE Traci' llOlHlllt'l"Cl2ll ' K Art Y. XY Q X ' ' f Cliosopllic. "XVislxing' nf :ill employmcnts is the worst." 5 "Art still has truth, take refuge there." Q BERTHA I.. ACER XYzxupston l BIARYYL EGLAXD Glenville Commercial rt NC0lTOIllllZlllQ YY. A. A.g 0'C0u'nsin Czunplire. I "A true artist takes no notice of the public." "Laugh not too muchg the witty laugh least." I l l 1 I l l 2 l 4 I l v 4 lf UCH wil 41 F ' 59 f it Y E2 li llf l r ve. V Q f N wg.. 5 ff, X -,a g .0 Q 76-197' Q ,4 FA Page One Hundred Nineteen 1924 X, QOLD GOLD J X, I i ALMA HOAG Hudson NELLIE OVERHULSER Dexter 'X v Commercial Commercial 2, Y' Ai' A' , . ,, Euterpean Glec Club. if Desire not to live long, but to live well. U, . , fhere is no greater cause ot nielancholy than irllenessf, W it l VERA INIAYES 1 Cedar Falls ff0m111ff1'C'H1 KENNETH RAY SKINNER Clarksville "Wie all ll8V6USLlfflClf2'llt strength to bear other Commercial P peoples troubles. A,-iswtelian, . UA judge of fact, if not a judge of lawf FRANK O. MILLER Parkersburg Commercial GLADYS AKTN 4 - XN'aterloo Philomatheang Class President. I AHOIIIC-1'JCLlllOllllCS "NYC grant although he had much wit, Homerumi Life Saving LOUIS' He was very shy of using it.'l 'Lllere was 21 diligent student." W f ALICE I. MINARD Alta HELEN BORDNER Onawa Commercial Home Economics Cliosophic. 11'ViUg- "A light heart lives long." "The hestest Home Ecf, E s E ,i t f ' Y l gl AJ E V- ' I 2 ,f EACH . 1 x 4' 'G is is ,J . Q, .Q A ,Vi A O. me ii 1, rg . . 1 kg ,Nfl J ,gf It KA .v ' .' 4554? ' Page One Hundred Tfwenty - 4 oi.'iJ2GOf-D ! BIARGARET BECKMAN Medinpolis RUTH DAYVS Independence. Home Ecununins Home Economies l Slidkespezirezm. Shakespearean. X "To know her was a lilrernl education." NEVQFYOIIL' likes Ruih, 2111Cl Rllfll lllffg f'Vf?f3'0UC'- GERTUDE C. EBERLE Pocalxontas 6 YIULA ,l, BOSCH 1IEll!0Lll'lll Home Ecmmmiw - Home Ecmimiiiu C, S, A, Q Y. XY. l'. A.g The Gang. "Good nature and good sense must ever jolnfl 5 ' "She knows the value of Times men niinutc-." Q GERTIE Eczczizks spenm E Home Ecoiimims : ICDNA MAY BRALLIAR Riclllzmrl Eulalian. Y. VV. C' A. 1 - I , . Home ECf'1"'1'M Hlllodest? Yes. lnte-resting? Yes. A studem? 1 lXeotropln:m. Heavens, ycslw ul.1llU.fl'l and win." ' ' IREXE ERICKSON Olds Mll.DRlCD CADY Cedar Falls Y Hfmf' Economllg Home Eeonuinics L- S- A-5 X' vl- L' A' Y. VV. C. A. Des Moines Universtiy. "Oh, yes, l smile at them all." "Quiet, modest :md useful." U 5 A ilfgI1E Hr S s al lllll F '27 Q tc ,, K , lags One Hundred Twenty-one P - - l - U - EN fel 3 i l I 1 E i i is 1924 C ow GOLD MABEL MARCARIIT TTSHER Home Ileouomics omerizm' Y. XY. C. X.: Campfire. Step hy stop lift hzul to good. B . RY OLIYE FISHIC Q llornc lieonomics Paint me . 1 . F R EDERI CK Home Economics BERYTCE X. Britt llritt Springville RUTH C. GROTH Postxille Home Economics v.. S. A.' Student COII1llllSSlOl'l' Y. X . C. . Class President. 'Everything succeeds with people of sweet :md cheerful dispositions. RYTH E. HEXDERSON Seymour Home Economiei Always try to look tlemurv. Nll LDRIID HUNT I-I R YVaterloo Home Eeonoxuics 7. . V. Sigma '1i. l I H , l 1 , , V A X f I -'K l 3 Q Homerian. Y. XY. l'. .X.: XY. A. A : Camptirc, Zemlethcan. Q : " 'ts T im " H , .. 1 I - A 4 , : A , . ' , 1 N O I l , ' ci Ossoli. "Quiet? Yes, but such a friendf, THELMA GASHEL Home Economics Irvingg Y, XY. C. A. "Push on, keep moving." Cedar Falls 'VVill you teach one year, lllildred, or two?" GRETCHEN N. JUNGE XVaterloo Home Economics Y. XY. C. A.g Euterpean Glee Club, Choral Union. "She lives and lets others live." Q M ACH gn' 'wi' "': .w.. 0 " if We R W3 l li l-0 R F13 if e-me Y -- Wg.. ,J ag t Pa e One Hundred Tfwent -lfwo G L ? " 9 y F9 ' 1 i C3 1 l X ,XXHQQITQTTT I i N. il I I E! 5. i MAIBELLE KIMBRO XVaterloo Home Economics "The very pineapple of politenessf' MERLE A. KAHUDA Greene Home Economics Alphag Y. XY. C. A.g Chemistry Seminar. "XVhat she doeth she doeth well." BERNICE KINNEY Dayton Home Economics Zetalethean. "A pearl of great pricef' EDNA LEE Correctionville Home Economics Neotrophiang Y. XV. C. A. "lf you don't know her, Better get acquainted." MILDRED LOUCKS Elgin, Illinois Home Economics Shakespeareang Sigma Tau Delta. "Those who know her best appreciate her most." NV. EYELYN XlYERS XYzxtcrl00 Home Economies Shakespearean. "One gives nothing so liberally as advice." NATALIE NAGLE Deep River Home Economics Neotrophiang Y. W. C. A.g Bartlett Hall House Council. "Dimples, smiles and curly hair, XYhat more would a school board ask?" ANNA ESTHER REID Morning Sun Home Economics IJL'lDlllIlll, t'Tl1e first dish pleaseth all." i ,51EPCHs,,. I ks W? ' 6 2 to -...........t..- .. X 5 V127 ' -:1',g ilff'--------er---Meer 4, . W 3 'iff gf H' ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,k,,..,,,,,..,..,,,,,,'f. Q A-er f ' 113:gjA . f -------------V----'W' f'-- X- 675 191 p K Page One Hundred Tfwenly-three ll OLD GOL JANE ROEDER Home Economics C. S. A45 Euterpeau Glee Clug. All things come round to her wait. FRANCES XV. SELLERS Home Economics Shakespearean. 'XVl10 knows what Fran thinks?' 51 3 G I K I Q? r 1 lf ll 'vi Cedar Falls who will but Marshalltown MILDRED STRATTON Home Economics Ossolig O'Cowaasin Camnre. "Variety is the Spice of Life." BLANCHE TOVVNER Home Economics Clirestomutlmizm. "Decision is but the foreruimei' of BERNICE UNRAN Collins Floyd actionf' Reinlueck f524 'NIARY JANE SEYLAR Swea City Q 4 Home Economics A Home Economics Eulalian. ffssfm' l H "Actions are to be ruled by a rulerf' Man 15 what hc cats' MARY M, SHANKLAND Paullina VERA ETHEI. YOUGHT Home Economics 'AI don't fuss, but I am fussed and get fussedf' Home Economics "Every beginning is cheerful." Dike TTR S Page One Hundred Tfwenty-four Hz, Am ll: AQ -an ' Q fy. A,8lgA il' 1 9 Q 5.9 X- Hfx - 5 .Q .Xl-c QU , A .A , I, 7-.G:5,,92?l , j- 1 rf' 1924 YIOLA XYALK IR Mccliapolis omeriang Y. YV. C. . A sincere Home Ecker. ' Home Economies A very fountain of enthusiasm M l LDRED XY R Eulalian. "J ust do your Al.l.AN BROXYN Cedar Falls Manual Arts A mia Delta Alpha' Y. BI. C. X.: Aristotelian' College Band' Trouhadors. llome Economics ' Early to hed early to rise 'Makes me healthy, wealthy and wise Manual Arts Alpha Delta Alphag Student Council' hlinne singer 1922- 24. .Ks graceful as a grizzly hear and as light on his fum as an elephant. ' IVHT Centerville JOE E. CUFFEL Greene Manual Arts llome Econmnus mst. '. M. C. . A S1 ! If ll A 1 I , , ' .. , 1. , I x fi 1g5TH ER yy H ITE Nnslml, HAROLD E. COLE Faribault, Minn. . f' -'5 5 . 1 R . . I .Y F A U N l 4 2 1 1 Q wi ll i i H v fu XJ XYAYNE ti. HASLER Sac City Y. M. C. A. 'KAlways tlu-rc it is the sharlou' 'Knowledge without lahor is my hobby. JAMES FITZGERALD Ainsworth Manual Arts Manual Arts Lanlhda Gamma Nu: Aristoteliang Y. DI. C. A.: Class President 19233 llinnesingerg llaudg Or- chestra. is a black spot in our sunshine: "ACcuse nature, natnrc she has done her part." of ourselves." ,JT ' - Ql:m....'i - . by g' ga Z"'D.Eb31'iF"-3' ar.: f"lv2.raz -aVm'.A1 .1'Le4g5-gash. 1 4 1 "ft "' , f' 55" L A r 'fi' ' fi, , , , V. wi .IJ 913131. V it 5 , . Lg at QfE,f!!L 4.2: Q. y . , . q N , ww . , F 1, .. A Q For 5.5 f ' Y .'. ' - ""- fff-5 1 A ,C A F qlff, eg, .. ,'i' ' fl- . 5, F, A if . 1 pant 4 . l , Q ' , lil is . A . - Jfff' . ' ,f R., f il :Q ,"f5" ,, is Q,-ff' . , x -A 'gr A .l sar 4 "."5f 4' il G gm' W . ...-' , ff -1" ,,1' 'i':'f1'i Q' X fl A 5 . 0' wL,.iff:s. J , . f' ,. Qi.. .5--4 F 1292 ?.Zi!4'."'!!- KSVLQYQMVE' ' is , -- 4.2 fy 'f.F.E.E.E." Q- 2 Ll! -F....n!l 2-w..ll.f:..h1-.w,lt2'5T'!51l'v..'A..Al'vl..'K1f1i.-1t'5ma!l..i". 1 ' A- ll' i A A vs gg? Y fe X . gl. , A i eil? QQ ' ,I ,, Page One Hundred Tfwenty-ffve ti XXX N Z' , L OLD . '--SRX, 'x X '43 551' -31.-'le-Ifeiffif' Ely?" .' Exon: .war ' 1-:ya im: ag U i ., e . at L L. Q f .. .. to a kluliiiiqi X' Vffi w .. 'Spf ii L r iii '- 5 ' ' ' 4' f l . 9 I il 'L wi -if -sf w I- Q H - .f , , tl ' I' f "' .. , as 1 R I it 1 :xi-ff , i ,li .9 .M QI f' X ---M? . ,. ' . S f., si 4 L. ill t - - r I , 45 Q.: .. . 5 Jr 5 1 K' .f" ' ,QQ 5.1 ' ' - ,, ' f . y L, , e ...N at 1 ' fs5,f!esrm :ssf: .. I e is W A as ga, g Y, f ' GLENN HARRIS Paullina MYRLI-1 L. JONES NVebster Manual Arts Manual Arts . Xanhog Oriog T. C. Cluh, Aristoteliang Y. M. C. A. "Ile comes to school to take outside work." "Every man is the architect of his own future." , l 57 ff I ll f , - - Y - ' LUUS G' HERSEX Cedar MHS NYILLIAM ix. KEVVNEY nrmieirester ll Manual Arts , . , , Manual Arts Anstotehanl X' M' ci' A' "A thing of beauty is a jov forever. "XYise looking but perfectly harmless. ' ,,. LLOYD HARRAS Sigourncy ARTHUR D. KING VVaterloo , Manual Arts ' Manual Arts f 5 "lf stepping interferes with school work, quit Philonmfhgpmg YiecfPresident XVood VVorking l Q:-Q school." Classes. I lr "Ideas are thc great warriors oi the world." if l I 5 ionx L. HUNT Nashua Mal li Manual Arts v v Y Alpha Delta Alphag Y. M. C. A.g Band 1922- EIN IN x IC I UR IXLOOZ 51165614 li - 'Zi Manual Arts ' "Young men love their lies, not truly in their "Never buy what you do not want because it X . heart but in their eyes." is cheap." 1 1 l ' 1 A 1 t , l l . ' 1 F l l l 5 l El , L 5 1 I . I . xl 5 3 Il 1 xi ll m W 'Xa t ,if . E V il f ff'-Q LRCI 56, ' 41- X2-V k Q1 4:9 X ff' U A . V, , ,. 0 'W N' fit 3. in ti? " V Page One Hundred Tluenty Jzx 6 DI r of wi 6- Q " 'I . A - - ' . 49 X 1 Q 1 42:2 1 l l I l l l l l 'l -t l I 'Q I I Il t gl ll jllll N ROSELANIJ . 924 fl-1 Olly GOLD if .flex f,,f MNmm-iffy Q-K l'HARl.liS XY. l.llil'il'I'l Signurney Manual Arts "XYe never reprent of having eaten tam little." RAY l'RYOR liarlham Manual Arts "l tlun't smile, it hurts my face." l'Al'l. ICDXYARIJ RllJER Sl'll'lll0ll Manual Arts Alxle llullol llinnesinger l925. "Dolls are made tn play with, not tu marry. l'aullina Manual Arts Xanlum: "I would rather siutly women than lmuks A Rfll I E SAFLEY Manual Arts Farnliainville l'hil4unathean. "A cheerful temper jninecl with innocence will make lreauty attractive." llUl.I.YNl'l SHERXYOOU l.uYv:rne Manual Arts Alpha Delta Alpha: illass President: Minne- P singer lllee Club. F? "NYht1 can understand his errors? R Vleanse thou me from secret faults." MARK l'. SMITH tiuorlell Manual Arts ll. S. A. L "llnnest labor hears a ltwely face." OSCAR M. THURSON litnerson Manual Arts Aristnteliang Bantl. "Speak clearly if you speak at all: Varre every wnrrl lwefnre you let it fall," 2 l , fi , ,Mt f,:..-.':.v - N. it :NN H l 2 5 Q, 5 K ,l E N:-:W 25: ..l.....l.Q1L'I,-'....I'fT.""-f.S QW Z.....T',Il""""., -..:J,:g:g'1:"'f..J Q W Xlilff --,i,.-tl?" 177' l.."If.T'""Ll'ilT.II.T.'IZfZT,... gi"NmQfEff.Z gif"-"" .-..w.,..:.'-.mls .A 27:11 Q 163g .ovffe Page fllll' lluzzdred Tmerliy-seven 6523 l 1 1 X X K ffvleln GUI-D' f x X f' ff ' .XXX I If X I lCX'ERlC'I"l'l-1 XYI I,l,l4XMS Center Point IRNA I'lCl'l'lCR Lulcc Yin-xv K ,i Nlzmuzll Arts r junior College K ",lLmln1, mln' nu' llumcf' Lcmhllhuln' X "Mu1I1nclic:ll. cheerful and busy , 1 'l'lu'sc :lro lu-r traits as we sec tlu-m." lj GLEN N R, ll I 3 lf'l"Bl.-XX Silmlvy Klmlunl Arts . Y . l f , . . , l-'RIGID Il. lfl RRAN A Ozlvll' -Q 4 "luvm'yll11n1g m tlus vvm'lml llqucucls ou wlllfl . . V L U L 1 i ,lumur Collegv i .Xrismtclixmz Square and Compass Club. i E l nxlllll is mul world. :md hath zmolller to utluml f E him." y ' 4' I l . h I I l l I ,,.f"-25x -rf -Fax , ,-nf, 12,-1'.Mq5QfL, N N 4 A: W V4 X ,lv " 14.37 ' N, Q," ' l ,Z ' A 1? - B 3 rl I' YJ' ' .r- QL i- ,A "?"v'f INA, .,',4 Page One Hundred Twenty-eight ff 1 f l 1 ffnlors: Prnt' 1 ' x 3 r. .y 9 xx OLD GOLD fe 'iX,fX X i x ll X l l I f i l x r . - 4, Smunr 45. A. -3- 'E' Nr aim' .lIcI.w-ol: VILXIH l4'l'l.I,r:RToN X ? N 1.1-1 .xxn Goin 1"!0Il'lI'! U1'iiELI.x Rosa Jloffn: "IDBI-gns, Noi' WoRns"' 0FFll'EIiS i Fall Winter f l',v'rs1'clv'i1l' ...... . . .ANNA lf.xRI.soN . . ...... W1Lllic1,M SOLIIEIM Vive Prw.Q1'rlm1t . . . . .IC.xRl. WoI.FE . . . . . . lil-znxleia HUEssEI,M-iNN S0L'l'0lLflI'.tj . . . . . . . . . . . .XVINIFRICD KYLER ......... XNYINIFRED KYLER Tl'fYlSlll'e'lI' ..................... XYRl+l'l'll.X 'l'if:.x'i'i:R .. .... Wiuwiu TEATER f'llflI'I'HllllI of Sofia! I'nnznn'z'fw ........................... BIARJUKIE HAMMER The Vlass of '24 stripped of its swaahlling' clothes. past thc- destructive heat 5 ol' intense Sopliomore wiscloni and l'l'0lYIlPll with the laurels of Junior achieve- ments. g'l'H4fPlUllll-Y accepted the cap and gown from the cleparting Class of '23 Class spirit subordinated to the greater interests of their future Alma Mater l ' v has been indicative off the Class of '24. Early last winter the Class sponsored the First Annual NVashington Ball. the proceeds of which iinaneetl the First Junior-Senior Banquet given in honor ot? the class of '23, , Not Content with starting two annual events that promise to heeonie T. V. trafhtions, this Day. as well as year. the Class introclueefl and sponsored the First Annual Class ,ii such minor events as Senior Fhapel. Alumni Tea at lloniecoming. and a Senior Yesper Service. ii . lf 'the at-hievenufnts of this class, as inmlivifluals anrl as a whole. are incliea- um tions ot their futln'e. T. ff will have reason to he proud of the Class of 2-1. SV C. T 'Q iii? 3 iwvi. A LX lg.-5 fig. 551 f ff-5 .xm1fi'i"i'f Y Page Om' Illnldrmi Twenty-nifzr J .L U I . gi: J ' " W G? D '1g'i7fj'T"f' W'uM "'k'rTs1l5'x ff f-4549" x .if RX W f 2 1 2. if, 52. ,Av gi uf, .5 X? wr ' .A 5 at fy' Y...,.,T,. . 7'-"5 . il... Rf-M-,J ,Y-...Q x I e 5 it 1-4 1. .x K ini? -f . - . . -f fs: ilhrni Annual Jlumnr Svenrnr Manqurt .W . . . K p, PIQMQRAM T if is I 1111-or-fzfhna . . . . . . Mus. M.x1zI.xN BICFARLAND XVALKER 3.116512 5 f 6 Wwlmnzv .... ............ I 3ELESTE ARMSTRONG A Q 1ls..fg , 3 ,Il N-I TUfISflIlflSlLUI' . . . .. . EARL M. LONDON L., k I Reading ..... ........ N TERA CARTY . E 5 HSlflll1I'IIfj IW' PROF. H. S.BUFFUM K 5 Q ! . 4'Sr'11rl'iHg Oulu, . PROF. VV. B. FAGAN 3 J, T. V. Trio ....,........4... .......... S ELECTED ' f L Lolilsla lf'l'li1zs'1'l-1 ...... ..,. I '1'0Zz'n f Q MARY Luvlsllz XVEICKERT .. .. Piano 5 ' I . I 5 g MAX xml. ........... ....,....... r 10210 E Q I "Hlwpp1ng ln" ....... .. GLENN W. MOON 5 ' 5 I , . 5 5 ' 1'NILf'lllH7I!j OHV' . RfJY E. BROWN ,x 0 . 1 T. IK Qzmrfff ...A............ .......... S I-:m4:C'1'L:D A g Smmx SANIWIQN .. H.XRiJl,I7 G. P.xr,MER XVILI,uM SHLIIEIM . . . ........ IRYING XVOLFE 1: K! "Stopping Simms ............ ....... 1 JROF. G. W. VV.xL'rERs S JL . f'0Hf'!lf' Hun!! .... ..... . "'I'. V. WILL SHINE 'l'oN1c,111T,' IJ' X iw x f 3 7,.T.i..'I1L'f 7'- 'QNX ' A W NJN Q ,- . ffwfef g oxj. A J' XV X -X -M gim p! ..:',.."'..,t:.:irfi.:g1::-':3y' X Q3ym-.......................42f+?' mf sf',fm...............,.,, -,.. Q, ---- 4A-- +-m---- y,5f3'E3,. ' ff ,QQ ................,.,.., .-,.....- v4 1 1, f Page One Hundred Thirty 'XQQEC-I9 ' XX-xfff ' X, ZTX-X5,g::iifl'lNQswILG0I,w mlgqsixxdf-NX x f If K I I I I 1 X Ix E I 1 I I 3 5 .J P1 ff I . 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A Colurs: A MEKICAN BE.XIf'1'Y AND b1LVER Iflowar: AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE 4 Jlotzfo: ITM U1' 'ro Us." X : ' W W X1 T N Q A I 0141+ Ihlulib 5 j F 5 F311 wmm- 5 ' 1 . . , X . ' 1 l'1'f1s1rIwz1 ..... . . .DNYIGIIT JAMES . . . VS'AL'rRR J. Rlf'1'IIER 3 R Vfw !':'mirIc11f . . .... XV.XL'I'ER J. Rl"l'IllCR . . . . . LVCILE HIGGINS 3 , S ' f Srw'0tury . . . .GRNRv1Icx'1f: 'IMWNSRND ...... HARRY KRAMER Q Q , 25 Treasffrw' . . . .KENNENI Uooli ...... . . .HARRY THOMPSON . Q A Iiwportvr ........... ........ . . .AL'l'll.K f1lYR'l'I!4 . . LIARGARET SANTEE I , . . , 1 Sizulrfni lYm111r'zl Iiwpmwvzzfatm-0 .. EDWIN ISRUCKMAN SG 1, J ,fa N ij ' 44 x ff v V, f AX.. Q QSJN tg A- . zQfE 1 M 'sl l XQFQQ Q A - 'W ,Q f -if ' I A X C N .7 -1 A5 f mx-- Jig vi al, --.A . fg Kfe, " .N Page 0118 Hundr'1'd Thirty-fix F ' fk '-'hx fd Qin Gm? f RMK, ., W...--. , ' 1 i I . K v 1 I i w 4 X 5 .9 Q7 95 s 3 ,L F ggi V F 2 l t i ? 1 f I A i N T 1 I 1 3 5 A 1 EL f ix Lg, ff FT' 1? f-:LD KI, ' 'fff'v'A' ' A 1 1 'g We X :'3.s1 -f .1 ' 'Xxx A K ry f- ,... Cay!-....--,.--. .... -.-A.--.--...g...h.-,..,....,-Lfxf X C,-Q NS? 'i.55""""'N"x""""""""' KN Q30 V - V K XE , V' 5-a'L1i11T"-.'V"'m'-""' Mr - f if f?" . 4' iyggf?-yv' Page One llundrml Tlzzrty-sefvrrz 49 I C? I i ! . P N w I js X 1924 QLD GQLD C'n1ur.s: l'Lfu1fm: .xxu NVHITIQ l'rvsz'rZent .... I7I.l'l' Pr'f'.v1'rlm11' .... SN'I'C'fHl'.lj-Tl'fTlSlII'Pl' .. S0t"l'flI U11 zz l'I'HII1Il ............. .... . ........ . Sfuricnf CUll77t'l'f livp1'fw11fa11fz-w .. i...-.. -in X S........... ..................,-....- .............. N3 X N ,ri P g N nphnmnre . . QM S7 IB A 5 If'Iuwcr: V10I,lf'1' .lloftm "Joni uxf, 4 O1+'l+'lC E HS Fall VVi111'e1' I . . . .G.xvmR1n Iirsslcv . . IJECLMR EELLS i , Q " ....IJl'ZCIAIR 1+Ir:LLs . IXJRUTIIY l'11ARmcs l 1 . . . .MAx1m.xRlf:'l' Hmm NVALL.-XCE CURTIS BETH TRACY , . JOHN Pomxn L N S i 6 , gi l E. cf Xe WW... .:1.S2.lT ,VN MAX z--.....'.3L.......Q..W.. 37iTT":xNN' H ,Ffx wf'w.+'U'C W E! G5--1' :"'?gQp-. Bfff' ""' ""'N"i"t:T3:'L1:5'i:'i1'if' f 'M' --.-N.H.---.----M-W--W-.- ,K A- -0 - h ff. . 11 ..---......-V....--... .. 452, f 7T3f3.'?2,',.1,,l,f' ' "-""""""""""""""" B' g Page One llundred Thirty-eiglzt 1 K XY' If 6 W 2 2 cb Q Isabelle Amundson Melva Bakkie Alma Becker Sigue Bodholdt James Broderick Paul Brown Mildred Cady Alice Child John Coffin John l'orson Blanche Curran Martha Dawson Alice Decker Byron Dillon LeClair Eells Lucile Emmert Maurine Fink Ruth Fuller Leona Glass Mae Halpin Jolm Harshbarger Roy Hayden Florence Hild1'eth Ruth Howard Elizabeth Hollis Margaret Hurn Alice Arends Vincent Barrett Ralph Bente Norman Bope l'lara Brooks Gaylord Bussey Margaret Carney Uharlotte Coffin Jayne Corning Mabel Gowlishaw Wallace Curtis Richard Day Willis Dent Lillian Dobbe Garol Egland, C". W. Failor Joe Flynn Janet Galford Helene Glenny P. E. Hanshew Emma Hass Genevieve Hays Grant Hodman Florence Huffman Millard Horton Lawrence Hutson Florence Bailey Alma Beck Zell Berryhill ka 1924 OLD GOLD Svnphnmnrra Mildred Brebner Florence Brown Doyle Cady Dorothy Charles Katherine Coflin Louise Corsaut Mary Crawford Gertrude Davies H. H. Deal Arwilda De Jong Gladys Dukes Loreen Elliif Basil Finch Ilenry Foster Ross Galloway Floyd Guire Berniece I11l1'Slllltl1'gl-'I' Elaine Haven VV. C. Hennnerling Howard 01-th Howard Holli11 Gertrude Huffman Ruth Parks Frank Jefferson Elmer Kane Kenneth Knoop Leonard Ramer Wilma Lewis Ethel Lindsay Helen Maxson Lester Meyer Ralph Minkler Dorothy Morehouse Lauretta Mctlavick Dorothy McLaren Eva Nelson Elizabeth Payne John Poland Allen Read Lillian Rickert Alvin Schindler Gwendolyn Selleck Harold Sieglaif Gordon Speers Etna Stewart Marian Templeton Esthor Trumbauer Ada Versteeg Elsa Walter Emil YVhite Lillian Johnson Paul Kaus Harold Korf Laura Solheim Elizabeth Libby Edmond Manhard Margaret Maxwell Earl Miller Hubert Moeller Leota Mulnix Charles McConnell Elizabeth Nauman Avis Newbury Ma1'ia11 Petersen Flint Purdy Lois Reisinger Mildred Rochford Flo1'a Schnirring Clara Sheehan H. H. Siemers Marcia Stephenson Cora Straton C. M. Todd Joe Vander Veer Bernice Wallace Marjorie Warnock Ruth Whitehead Viggo Justesen Frances Keefe Lor1'e11e Kreger Lura Leonard Steven Pattee Clara Mast Helen Menges Wilbur Miller Monica Molsberry Nina Murphy Elmer J. BICCl'021I'Y Nadine Nay Florence Ohland Mary Louise Peebles Margaret Smoot Robert Reynolds Genevieve Sauer Marlys Schwark Louise Siebels Alma Smith Rollin Stevens Plarence Swanson Beth Tracy Mabel Van Loh Bruce Wallace Ruth Waugh Charles TVhitfield Dorothy XVilbur Joe Yount Walter Williams Emily Herman C. 0. Young Leo Hamacher X : X 15 W W I I cb U , l --" N n' A,'l7j4l1iACH5-9 , , l ttf U l ,,,v: ,- ,M Y- A , gg Q rw 57- J 54 gi jimi 1 kv, i ,G ,,. . .K Pa-x9"'h' , , i Pagr One Hundred Tlnrty-mne if f i i . l 2 2 1 . I 4 Ci? fl ' CQACH if 1924 a n 0 GOLD , Svnphnmnrir miahnm To Honorable Annual Reader whose capacity are taxed once for all every year. Dear Sir Cincluding Ladyl : Yestdy Hon. Class Pres. desire to know would I ascribe some new clamity to fillup your worshipncss this 1924. ' 'What brand are he very fond of?l.' I ask to know. . "Just something sophomoricf' he dictate. HHon. Bill Shakspearfhe Lynch anything sophomoricf? I retort with si and grone. Q I ' - 'cLookin OLD GOLD for past years for anchunt counsel," he redeem," and broadcast anything similar with all respects to Hon. Head of Eng. Dep't." :'Never fear," I classplay like, "either he orhis able assistance shall give censorness. I ' . Off he goes and only squ Eells UGoodbye," in Y. M. C. A. voice. The urgent question affronts me, '4What to say?" Brilliant idea lands like lightening-zig-zag way. Hon. Reader should be told what are already-made in 1924. Firstly :-We should wish to abserve on our fierce love for Junior Class which are so Dwightish. They pronounce Patronism in family tone so sweetly when we collide. Hon. Seniors say we are come thusly to be locked dead when we respond from icy Poland. Nextly 1-We holla our best cheers for Hon. Senior Class which are Chase- ing our 'n our ways so expeditiously so we can show the world how to do it up Brown in cheerly fashion. Nextly:-We break our heart to narrate on those mischeevous childs who advances by leaps and spurts to assumes college attitudeg we means freshmen of so springlike behavior. They gabberglast mostly too highflownly on expens- iveness of bananas and on plug sparks. Also Hon. Rights to which they belong and classic spirit. Lastly :-We come to Hon. Sophomore Class in poetic muse. It are a sub- ject to stimulate flights in debate voice. So often Junior Class and other candi- date for Co-operative Home for Poor and Feeble Minded Persins cmmute that we have too large hat-bands and suffer with overheated brains on subject of ourselves. , Our modesty prevent more reflection than to' narrate the undersigned. We are a visible refutation of this living lie. Hoping you are the same, Yours truly- B. A. Sophomore. YX5 . K X . 1 i Q . 1 . - I tj 1 it 'l Q w an 1 L ive ,f - . , . px , C' AN i I ft " 3 E3 Page One Hundred Forty K! 'els' i Q' Hrrahrnan IE. A. 3 I ow L, OLD G 5.1- j Colmzv: l.uaERTY Bl.I'I'1 ,AND GRAY I"Iou-frs: BLVE SXVHICT PEAS AND LILIES OF TIIIQ VALLEY 5 Jlufln: "XVIII-iN wr: BVILD, Lm' Vs BUILD F0RliVER.H 4 I 5 1 OFFICERS J . A i Fall TY111tGr I l I'1'v,w1'f1m1l . . . . .PALMER IIAALLIS .... ..... IQIGXNI-ITII f'0CIlR.AN i Y , Sl'f'I'IJfl!l"lj .. . .l'HRIsTIP: 'l'oLLEFEs0N ....... EDI'l'll JOHNSON 7'iw1.w111'w' ., ....,............ W. BIEIKIJAI IMULEY. .. ..... PAVL SANTEE A Sllzrlwnf I'o11m'z'l Rf'1lI'PSPHflIfl.l'f .. ......... . ...... ...HHRNIE IQNVDSEN X " L I 1. -., ,-bfyf. -,.1l...,ggj'i 2 A fx A . , , L'-H22 :Ni W i Q' A? 'N lxuff vb kii:f5,l3flijf Page One Hundred Forty-one -,,A,, 5242! X 192461 X. ' 1 1 1 it xxx Dear Pa and the Rest of the folks: Wel 1 got hear al rite. gee whiz such a crowd. Jist like the Forth of -lewly only 1lll'll' wuz al girls insted of iirekrakers. The president sent a 1112411 d0YV11 '37 Q 1 ter 111et llll' Cyou tel Lillie Stem that she con't know whats she talkin ahout, the Z tj president did k11o I was cnniinj wel this 111311 with a swell car all closed in comes ' up and asks 1116 ter ride up ter school. He tuk my things and put e111 o11 the top 7 of tl1e car which had a railing round it like o11r hay rack. Mebhe we could fix b i the ford illiit way so we could all go to church an the fair al one time. When he K 1 got ter the school house he wanted ter kno where 1 wanted to go and I sez ef he j didn't hev anything ter dew I would jist as soon ride round til dinner. Gosh pa t . l1e asked 1119 tive bucks for ridin with hini. There ain't 1113111 fellers hear hut l 1 they shure have been swell to 1116. the first day they let 1116 i11 011 a second hand , Q I hook with tl1e nanies of the professors in it H11 telling wheres they live and what 1 ' they was trying to teache for 81.98. 1 1 J Say, pa. if you think that there is a jani at the county fair you should he l 1 hear when school opens. They line you up like we do sheep when we are goin to 1 K l run them threw the dip. We linned up this hear way about fore in the morn- r ing. Gee 1 was ther the first one and then drawed 1861. After X011 git your number yo11 go and sit in the school house til a 111an calls it. 1 guess they hire i. Y a man jist for that fer I 3111.1 seen him enyplace else yit. lx. 3 They shure ask a lot of silly questions. I tole em five times that l' was a Meth- ,. ' odist and put it in writin too and pa 1 had to swear, yes sir I had to swear that 'N 1 wood he a school teacher. Gosh this gittin an edication ain't so easy. this tryin l ter get started is worser than that Squeeze that Lillie and me went thru at the FJ fm :ZH 1 .eq lxKfX l '73 1 if" 'l 'fx-" X-X NN RX H "ft 'T' . 16.15 f .lf 'ijfej M 'fffA 5' . x Q :QQ 'rg' ", , ,W 4 Qg.-jgg:g..' -..L---1-ti 1- . f?f-2? Z DK Page One Hundrzd Forty-tfwo 4 OIEIJZGOLD I I 1 A I I I fi 15 ""' ' ' i q ? 1 5 1 5 3 1 . , . . . S 5 ,, county tare. I ou IIOII t kno wher your g01I1 and wats g'O1ll er happen next. A E 1 ' I woman wanted ter kno et' I had hen hear heforer and then a guy wanted ter kIlO 7 , 51 WI1e1'e I Iived, Illy name ZIIIKI IOI0f0Ilt' IIIIIIIIJOI' hut I didn 'T Iet 6111 put enything I over o11 1114-. Another guy tried to Stop me a11d sell 1119 a coIIe-ge eye, I wux get- tin tired, so I sez git out or I'II give you a I1Iack eye. Z , Gosh they Shure hav a hig hunch to teachers. i'0uIdn't get aII the good I lookin ones on 111y kard so I horrowed a couple more kards and shure rounded up a good lookin hunch. 1 XVQ-II, pa we hev what they eaII hours here. NVQ' are Supposed to go ter hed at I 10 1:10 HIIKI gosh I'v got ter fool around fore to more hours. I I X our Iov1n son, Sam. I 1 I 1 1 . . .. . . 1 . 2 I P. S. Pa. tIl1S IS ,nst as good as 20111 to school 111 CII1CHg0 for we are Sllliliik 1 against Waterloo and can go over in what tI1ey kaII a buss. There is two kind, yellow HIICI hhle and I1oId ahout as much as one of our hog raks. They carry more gi1'Is TIIPIII enything eISe. I .I 'I I. 'I Ii 1 v, V Cl-If 1 ,qt .J 1 Ik gps- x in ' Rt or ,,, -1, gf, 2' 1 git-f'i.....1tL..---..4..i7 fb 1. rp:-+4 .JI1-7-------'---'---"'-:evo '. Q -inf' ig-, 'Wk E W, , , I Nrq Ag Page One Hundred Forty-three ,f F4 s 2 4 :I 1 w , mg-. f" 'NX 19 QOEIBL ffl'-rx 1 ,XJAJ-----. f ' ., fi' 'N Q T , 1 f' X ' ""'Q'X,,vJ5fC U J ff! x" ,,f'Sh"j 'dxxxxx ,f ,f X X X9 J! XX w i X f X J' f sq X Xif 45 Q-vfiiv Xfi- W 2 . ' 25 I , Q X I ix 1 i ' '-fp 1 Q 1 1 s X 1+ X . i 'X 3 2. 1 X X W w 3 p 2 X 4 1 5 1 ! N X 1 5 ? rf ll il 1 1 'I X ai J X Lil- CT..'Ig','1 f f fa?-a 5 X ff 5 1 5X X X 1 1 ' f ' .- r-KV, Q ,... --K 1, ,Y 1,34 'ff' R: ' .-fx,,,.5- ..--.....N....................-JJ X 'TT V Q-M ' M-- N' A5-UT .X 132 : LW-mmm"-""w"" xiE?jL::.i--'... ..'n'."-.-."'.ml'f,f,f'.'ly'-'l1:5,' 'V i+.,',lv----'------,-'J'--i?3-gj Page One Hundred Forty-four Jigga .-H' I 1 fi N V, .1 2 1 , ,X L 1 f X J------X , 1 '--x br " . E X 1,3 Qi ' f.,f " . ix J , ,. 'Nm .AL I " - N- ...J--12' MX X- X-.,..-..x X .., W., QV. - K 'WWII ff'TLf'J f 'Fe Page One Hundred 1"or1y-fifue f--,MAX .. xx X R ,li I X1 x 5 .XX .X if fx K X fx 1 fs 3 is K, i . I K fiiky -. I C33 Sail SQ! il! awi I 1 'I Eli 13a Q 5 33-'isa 2"e . , I ' 1 . A 4 Z 1 Q i + 0 2 ! E 21 is 2! !l Li .1 fi Q1 Z: gi iv Qi :ij 1 A 1 wr' fi ,V 1913 . i FX 1 8 , ff! W'433i.Tw if H579 QQ!-D fiiiillliihx- , f --CX-,X X 6 f I f.. ., N .ff W'-QQX-JM -Lf' X. , bg ,jf-,X Xxx" Qui-N4-E --.KM-Q-,Xxx 'HX I ' X Q J A ik 1 5 2 Q f x 2' K I 1 U ' Q ix l 1 x Q 1, , if A ,f U 'X xx! f X .f L4 K...if5..., 451 xii?" TF' 3 + 1 1 E. 0555 ig? 1 Af L ! T' ad 1 1 f E I Q i I ! Q ' N i , 5 I I 5 s , l i 1 Q f 3 L , fi 5 1 Z U gi ' N , if Ig Hi WJ , A ,1 ,.fi,3'PxM R2 k"""' ""f' f""d""""""' ,.......-........q 11,...f.:" " 'iiHL12f "'m" w K M, 'K Pm' 74, 'X X f-M -," sdm------M-A-WM-M. Y. .......--,,q ,G , ,--, ,,V,, W,,, nw , QQ -gf . .,.II'1'f ffl l1fI7.'II1If 1 Q1 W ' H" "U ' 7' 135: 3. . 'x X fp, 'V 5,9 fpx, 'A f,jL,i-2551. ' M Pagf One Hundred Forty-.fix W1-1 ,, Q x..x pf- ,A rl, I I ,nf i, 4 OEJZGOLD W Sernnh Brat Elnniur Qlnllrgr Colors: Roni. BLUE AND GOLD Motto: 'LCLEAR YoUR llIIND OF CAN'T.,' OFFICERS Fall Winter President ...... .... L EULA STEVENS . .. .... INIARY T. SIIUTTS Vice President ..... .... A LIC1-3 FLICKINGER Secretary-Trea,s'1n'cr . 'i . . . .EVDLYN P.iT'rERsoN . .... BYRL THACKREY . . . .... JVNE WVEIDLEIN Y , JEST Mr. Layton: CEnglish Historyj "What were the Love Knights?" J. P. O.: HFriday, Saturday and Sunday." I, "I find it is always best to keep cool,', said the snow. 1-31 "EXactly", replied the sidewalk, HI catch your drift." -if 2 She was distinctly foreign. She asked for talcum powder. - 1 . . E I "Mennen s?', asked the clerk. E I "No, vimmen's." 2 5 "Want it scented?" t. F , HN0, ay better take it with me." i L. Smiley: 'tl heard something this morning that opened my eyes." 5 Florence Stoakcs: HWhat was it?" 3 L. S.: HThe Alarm Clock." Begeinan: 'tWhat is the median for the transportation of electricity'?' t Marie Park: 'tWhy-er-'I i Begeman: "Wire. That 's right. What is the unit?H f M. Parks: ffrhe what siww 1 llegemanz '4That's right-the watt. Fine recitation." i Prof. Clark In Nature Study Classj HWhat lant flourishes in winter?" 1 u p I Alice Meyer: 'L Ice plant." 4' George VVilliams, talkin to a friend one day said, f'Gee. I'm feelin' blue. S' 5 I just got turned down last week." The friend Ctrying to console himj "Why didn't you tell her about your 0" rich uncle . NVillia1ns: UMan alive! I did. Now she's my aunt." E. Vacha: "Johnny what can you tell of the North Pole?" I Johnny: HIt's a pole 16 feet in height." E. Vacha: "What about the climate?', j' Johnny: '4The Eskimos climb it." yn N Tl we 3 - we rg Mc Y 7 Q, . -rox., X A ..... 14 S '-?.v.,rl7 Kit' Y .. , Q3 .3f,4.,,,. iw : r Page One Hundred Forty-sed' n 2 2 - - 2 2 2 n - - -. 2 I ! 4 GEDZGOLD ep Q lffiijw ench E ,fx A T 9 m y 1-'H - N . -1 6 - jx QQ v 'y onfm Li dF ly gn Q " 5, 1 x ,v-'L' """"""""fQ N rl. k ff O QW f I 'L J 17- rg? rw ' iiiismxx ,-4,ff""' .XXX , " -.-Lg : , ,.,-1-'N"' xfUj w- f ffnxx ,ffpr J xg fQi'LZ4 Xb?--f-ff,5"x ,-w....:ff' K... ...ff "M---H--X, X ,f f sn'-""' X x f lj 'xx X at f" AX! . .J x 4 1 fx 1 ft xx ' 1 i x f X I X i j NL xxx xx ff S f X Lv W ff 5 E Y K 1 Q f f"5, 1'L??:'g,? --3'-f 4 s a it Q A . I f' I fi: . 1 3 I . N 5-fp TM' V7 Q I 2 f 2 n 5 3 1 2 E : lf 3 Y A I 2 2 11 , H P il ' 5 ' x - rfgxziit ti: 'j'Ql1l'IllfE , ffjggm 1, Q "'A Qf.1",ff'lTr "ix ' lg-. ma .' ' v g H f,:1ifLf YR . -, .,, r V , - , ., .. . ,.,W-.M....... ., . fly' jf. L Y.'x Jf'1 'K--' ' -- '- ----- W -4N?Tf X if W'-"-W"'M"Ti31 TT". '. X .- - , ,, ,...Q:.l Zffxqv.. It V +- fm-A--N - -H., Page One Hundred Forty-nine 6 I G Q? I I I 15 I I i I I I f"' Hirst Hear Elnninr Glnllvge President ...... Vice P1-esirlent .... S6C7'8t0,7'flj-TI'6fl'SlH'Cl' Social Commfzffec . . . ibm L Page One Hundred Fiftv OFFICERS Fall . . .RALPH VVILLIAMS . . .THOMAS FULLER . .LOIS ST,xNIII,EY . . . . . MISS SILIW, IQIEZIQ duff 3: - JP I vu ' . 2' , ,, fig: A mi' -QPMJ fha E 5 79' N ' ' 'Sl-6" Winter . . . . . . . KENNETH FRENCII . . . .... THOMAS FULLER MISS STONE MISS CRIST, MISS DAMMON I .i...i...-, 3, 73 V x .L I 2 S Sf? 'I V Iv I! U 31 , ,...,...... ....,, ,C l -...J 1924 I E I 31 ninr Glnlle P Eirvrtnr , 11 Q 9 L' HANDLE INDEX LINE NUMBER IANCESTUR W Barr, Grace Adorable Cutting Classes Telling Secrets ZaZa , I Brown, Doris Dangerous Flirting Too Susceptible Cleoplatra gtg Crist, Eva Capability Running Things UI Love Me" Napo eon Christianson, Erwin Meekness Thinking Deeply "Fl's"' Virgil if Christianson, Ruth XVinsome Smile Vamping Vamping Babe Ruth 5' Collins, Alton Four Eyes Looking Sweet Innocence Lord Fautleroy i Duffy, Eileen Attractive Studying 'lShure-wood" All Holland Q French, Kenneth Popularity Being Clever Feeling Wild The Sheik I Fuller, Thomas just Tom Being In Love Front Seats Daddy Long Legs , Green, Marcelle Super classman Being Good Looking Good Irene Castle ' Jones, Genevieve Originality Scheming A'Hart's,' Tom Thumb i Kiefer, Alice Sinceritv Making Friends Pulling S's Socrates Lyon, Ruth Bashfulness Speeding Being Surprised Eve I l Morrison,Mary Frankness Reciting Misunderstanding Solomon Mohler, Vgilma CharmeA Sgililiglg iLight's Out" IIkIfIaryPi1cki3orcLh Peterson, e en Hasn't ny 'A enry's" onesome enryt e lg t l Ptuz, Laurence Dressing Sheikish Singing Murdering Music Living Skeleton Sargeant, Warren Good Natured Dancing Smashing Toes Lieutenant' l Standley, Lois Her Smile Ticklelng the Ivory Nothing Paderewski Q' Smith, Garland Slam Bang Talking Fussing John Smith ' Stomme, Mildred Admirahle Looking demure Holding Hands Queen Elizabeth V ,l Tridle, Thora Hasn't Any "Oh Henry's" Murdering Music Living Skeleton I Wolfe, Madge 'lAwfully nice" Dieting Fails to Fail Slim jim I Taylor, Alta Floyd Simply wonderful Being late Breaking Dates Anthony l' YVilliamson, VVayne XVicked XVatchful YVaiting XVeiner's XVillie XVinkle JQEACHQG t,X,"1-y L 5 -s ,wr sux f' Kills mmf A K. l t tl97cs-97" .. I i ff Page One Hundred Fifty-one X -'B M 'E' I I tj Q 4 oi.gi12G0LD lgaalm nf Marriage 5 I . ' x 1 .1 -, 3 O 0 Z C? QR i Tell me not in idle jingle, "Marriage is an empty dreamly' 3 For the gink is dead that's single, i And girls are not what they seem. Life is real. Life is earnest! Single blessedness a fib! "Man thour art, to man returnest: -17 Has been spoken of the rib. Not enjoyment and not sorrow, f Is our destined end or wayg E But to act that each tomorrow y Finds us nearer marriage day. E 1 5 Life is long, and youth is fleeting, And our hearts, though light and gay, 3 n , I v I i I Still like pleasant drums are beating I l Wedding marches all the way. Y? iii' XX T4-.5 - 1 fffiwenchs 5 X if - Q A QQ 'Q 1 E ' ,I 1 at at .1 fel gla m. , - Ye-191 Page One Hundred Fifty-tfwo ,f 6 l i ? I 1 l C? C5 1 l Fil 1924 In the worlds, broad field of battle, In the bivouac of life, Be not like dumb driven cattle! Be a heroine-A wife! Lives of married folks remind us NVe can live our lives as well, And, departing, leave behind us Such examples as shall Htell". Such examples that another, Wasting time in idle sport, A forlorn, unmarried brother, Seeing, shall take heart and court. Let. us, then be up and doing, Xvitll a. heart on triumph set Still contriving, still pursuing, And each one a husband get. , ". wi gi l 4'-1 mi? 1 , if - ' . "5 wi g .gal . p,-.hr i 0 . lkv sys, - an I if Page Om' Ilundrfd Fiftyatlfrgg X x a l - E i l O , X .--,,L.'.:3..'.:? -"Nxlu.? A,w"" A. f "y"s.,m,X. 4.-, . 5 ,fg- '- ..,s,f,,'T.L, uv WX, --NX, ,ff H M - ff-L A ,X----N ff' ., W, Mx ' . -f ' F H I ' ' - .-.Mwhxx 'NN INN - x f f 3 f,,:f?f-"Aw'1Af3,5- -f1f"" Xxx, If. .--.. , ,X uf "-.WNWCM N ML:-J Lg: I fx Xxx 'HM N., ,' xwif ""'-ny. ' 1 f -R42 X f' , -v-----Y - ' Mx ,ff 'x,.....,-.. . N ,f -.....,M.W,,,.,-sf 1 X 1' f' X , If 1 f' E 1 T . f. ' w , , '4 'Xi jf fi! :if 1 :gy if bl! ir? Xi RK f 2 f ,f ' ,Q fffllflif M re 1 ,Q 1 :Az . gg 2 EZ 1 f E 1 p-1 f 1 1-x 1 S-f 1 72 fi' .3 i , Clif' N in n , R ri f-J, ,R ll 1 2 1 1 . l ! ' I I 1 1' , , .3 xl " ii. f 51 m li il ', Q , I N H I V Q! 3 af 3 I? yr 1' -X V1 X , -.4., - w..- N, .. f---E mf., 'Tj f LN 1 A f V4 K ? " ,NN 1521-w 1 4 A-9 ' x M,,f,N ' ' wvwvp ff- 1 R .fkj 'N'-f' X. -----8 ---qv------vw-Y---1---Q-4----1 , ' N ' ', . pak J A ......--......,.....,......-..............-..,.,,-..' I 'yxx-.11 ' ,.. W- .-W-N-..,-.--.- -...-.-W--.--..- M---,W , ww - if 'T'f1,-,.....,......-.........,.........,....J f, Xxx Q:-'X -N 1. ' A A . 521, Nw, f' ' X, , ..--.,-M..Y.x--.-..-.-...., -.,-........-.,,. ' , ' 15' 'f ,.--,..,.,.-,.,..,--,,....-,-..W..,, X X130 , ...,., .-..-M-.--,.w..-..,-A,..,--..K-..4 N ,. iWQ,,1.vi,-4,511ww,,,.,-,,-,.,,,,,,m,-m,,,,,,,,,1J K-J , lr-L:-f-JET: ff .1 H-K Page One Hundred Fifty-four u I ? -7 , , 1 SY! s U xl EQ fl li 1 l f 1 4 l L J 1924 ,jf l ,f""" 1i'T5r Svrrnnh Hear lgrimarg K. OFFICERS Fall Winter President ....... .... I SERTH,-x FISCHER ....... ETHEL SOUTHWELL Vice President ..... . UGENEVIEVE M.xsToN ......... LOIS FARRELL Secretary-Treasurer . . . .... ALICE BIYSER ....... .... ll IARGARET STEHN College Eye Reporter .. .... HEIiEN PE'1'ERsoN .... .... B ERTHA FISCHER Student Council ..... .... A NGELA BIOORE .... ...... Z ELLA TODD - CLASS SONG Come all ye strong and join the throng Of the primary group so gay, Lift high your voice and still rejoice To be with us this day. Chorus : Second Priinaries, Second Primaries, So loyal and so true. Who always work and never shirk, And always happy too. We have the pep, so watch your step, To keep the standard high Our colors stand for work and play The scarlet and the gray. , CLASS YELL We should worry, there 's no need. Second Primaries doing fine Prirnaries first, Primaries last Second Primaries all the time! ll urn UN 'v 515- 4s 4 l 'K . . ' - Q i n wg ' 5 .E ff f ,J , - K l wa i l, Page One Hundred Fifty-fifve X, x l E w X 3 S V 1 v Ci? Q W-f"'i'A ':--W-. 6, .- i , X 'f -J 4,-if 'R ZX'-A-V-N" 1' J' If TW H Z"!MfQQ" - I, ',,f"'Nww..k-A, mv ki-1x.,f',:...,5,j s ffffw-" -MXN! Q ,M- . fff . fL.f.f N7 ffzf W-. '- My xiiwf Ml: Z NX. I, ,.....,,,,, ...NSWWM 'r W.-- fl "ff 'x ! ,fl f xi Y- Y ,.. Xxx' IN M 1 fi. lr Q 1 R 1 a f 1 . f x : X W r Q uwiqnip- A--xllvii 11 , ,,,v. Q, FT ff? w i I K l A I ' A i 1 W , I ,N I M 6 K I ' I' 'I i 1 J 4 Q R 5 I Q I if , Q V I 22 Q , , I A f EQ x W. , M. ,., ,. ,BQN :,-., wrggrg-' ,f""111::'::'tnfi:g1:g:ggS::s gl 1, g L K-'I-fm, xxxxx I ,,,,,.,,,,,,. n. .. 1 A . V, ..,.., A-. , . V..- ..,..J 41, : VV! 'ff47 5 -'ff"'11g::1'i'1i.1: 'M ' "'-i,i" . 'f Page Om' Hundred Fifty-.fix t 1924 Zllirut Hear lgrimarg OFFICERS ' Fall I'r0sz'dwni ....... .... R l"l'H K. Oi.1vEu E Vice Presidcfnt ..... .... B llmmzp Hmux .. Secreta-ry-Trvaszzrm' . . .... Am-:Lu Joiixsox ...... . . . Cheer Leadvrs .... . . .Fm:DE1ucK.x SILBI-LRSTEIN. . ADA Iiiuvsox ' Spmzmr . ........... . to l ' T. C. PRIMARIES Days are passing' all too quickly Two years to conipli-to 3 NVQ are workiiw' on to victors' 1 ,. " . ' 5 X ictory-not defeat. s Pl'llll?1I'j' tvzicliws wc- will lw l , . . And well win succm-ss E For we'i'e students of tlw lainie-il T. C. 5 And that means win-Oli vos. 1 . , . i Cliorusx ' 'l'lw1'f-'S a long. long trail lmeforff us. Hut we are happy to go 011 the road of joy and Servic,-0 'lf wo make it so, 'flier-v are problems waiting For us NVe'1'e ever working up hill li But dear old T. C. backs us Vlfinter . . . BIABEL WILIilY HELEN BICCRICA .. I3OROTIIY BYE .LORETTA XVINKLE .. Mn' SMITH lg, And will we survly will. PV K cl- N iz: ,. i ff,,:i: l 'HN I f - tw- LN. - .uw f 'X x-. .g',4 5 ' 2' X A FQ .wi :M an N., .. 1, . , l .J -1 ' '.:::""""'-'-"".....................-+ .a i Q g.. fi. ,Q 1 KX , ka 'XM ,L X39 H wf Qififfq D Page One Hundred Fzjty-.wmwz Esther Roberts Berniece 'Cassidy f I 02 s to 4 5 June Meyer Winifred Rider Cleo Davis Martha Engelbretson Mabel Wiley Bernice Clark Bessie Clark Oral Yant Gladys Doran Edith Brown Bessie Tucker Gladys Benson Ruth Peterson 5 Page One Hundred Fifty-eight 1924 ,f v--.M l N, f-S Mildred Tenge Agnes Driscoll Verda Givan Edna East Esther MacCrackin Mildred Rickey Ruth Stouffer Ima Schmidt Gretchen Doden Gertrude White Florence Whitmore Norma Killam Mildred Curty Mable Knapp Margaret Pitzer Elva Larsen Q, EJKCH54, yy Y S N0 y L' DSN ,K 0 , fit, o X : ez sf W gr ,t -'lg Doris Blaine Helen Pfrimmer Pearl Derscheid Mildred Schroeder Erdine Starr lrene Holmquist Margaret Mantz Dorothea Bye Cecile Ricard Bernice Sands Martha Johnson Marie Houck Catherine Turner Sarah Canfield Sarah Link r 1 t l rt li i v Z5 is rv K. A t KC t 1 ji i l l .,- E it if a il 3 l , -' ff , f' ,,,-.1f-f" "---., xx ,,f'i..,,:lff ' '4 x AX f'f,f'if'-N-MI my if R., H-,XX if E' if any ffl fax l 1 I x I 1 E i Xl l 5 l l RQ' if if EE gf fl 5 ff ,1', i. info ll ffl if lx If eff? 3355! l E 3 l 53 I ' A l Francis Bongartz l'lara liakke Ada Lawson ' Ucrnice Bell Edith Claflin Ruth Oliver fllxixfi Edith Carlson Margaret Uordes Fredericka Sillierstein il Frances Lind Florence McGinnis Veletta Erickson g S Bernice Bruginan Agnes Adams Mae Griggs i Alina Kroeger Eva Welterlen Alice Olds V" l E Alice Speering Marion Hosford Margaret Soi-lioltz : y Hilda Nickleson Orpha Atwood Esther Johnson , I X I Georgia Ladsen Mary Cambridge Loretta NVinkel N i Fliarlotte Henderson lva Brown Tliyrza Ivy 5 Bernice Nordmark Jeannette Mnyskens Ferne Spots 1 E Edna Petersen Anna Seifert Mamie White i 1 E Florence McGrne Audrey Ott Malvel Farr ' ! Gladys Hillman 'Fheda Billney Mae Megan ' 1 llelen Martin Alice Cook Opal Fulton 5 Irene Ortwigg' Margaret Grier Helen Fuller N K Gladys Saunders DO1'0Tlly Illlfljiltl Addie fllllllllllgllffllll 5 ll Mary liall Helen Port Lavera Ball Roberta Sitz Malmle VVQ-st Lea Rulon 3 Malvel Johnson flatlierine Sclniliert Lneile Mlestfall j Malmel Gary Esther Cambridge YQ RK Q1 4'-ij: mt vi f',T. i I' AME' ,' A 624141 .. ---..l............i-M feta gil Q tx 'L fn Ay H, P .i'i',,, ,,.',l.., W A 72549, f , , Page Om' Hunf1'red Fifty-nine 1,1924 I etha N elson Ha7el Gilchrist lr lva l holnas X l N 15 lda Fleener Vivian Stucker Anna Niven Y Y YY J 1 n A Vera Flatt Marguerite Drunnnond Cora Clark Rachael Miller Lucie Porter Marjorie Aves Dorothy Tribbin Margaret Rift Mary Wagncer' Nina Sells Helen McCan Doris McMains Annetta Hoien Ruby Beck Elizabeth Speirbeck Habel Chase Wilina Dick Mary Tatman Hazel Hurlbut Pauline Grooms Laura Xicklesen Grace Loder Elizabeth Nicholls Maxine Avery Grace McC0nnel Margaret Lenien Mildred Bair Janette Olson Fra Samuels Margery Thayer Hannah Kalskett Frances Kuehnle ,f K , A '22 I' N11 am --erm-----M-5 if 'M' Y ' if 'ffifad' VV ' N-Q PM 91 , , Page One Hundred Sixty Francis Alvine Dorothy Gilbert Ilelen Malthy Florence DeVries Verna Hillsabeck Syveilla Kite Ethel Dietrick Maurine Mayer Ilelen Bernatz Vlarissa Meyer Nita Glorfeld Pearl J uhl Alice Bruns Reba, Kellog Alice Campbell if ef Q l Allene Adair Lillian Bahl Llara Beaty Lvharlotte Blumenstiel Helen Brundein Lathryn Burns Tennie Coffey lna bruise Winiired Daugherty Beulah Dawson Edna Doller ' Minnie Dutfield Blanche Eldridge Zada Fisher Jenemae Grimes Mae Hanson Ann Hart Marion Helmer Margaret Herron Mildred Hogan Selma Huehu Marjorie Kappes Marguerite Koch Mildred Larson 1924 Edna Hardie Esther Hartwig Charlotte Henderson Marie Hill Madalyn Hormel Ethel Hughes Dorothy Keagy Elizabeth Kough Myrtle Macks Rachael Minton Alyce Mythaler Marie Babbitt Velma Barnes Hilda Bliss Eva Burgess Evelyn Busch Sadie Crahan Dorothy Daniels Ruby Davis Amy Devitt Dorothy Douglas Gladys Eberly Annetta Fisher Birdlyn Fulton Helen Reynolds Verna Ripple Hazel Rude Helen Schneiter Elizabeth Sherbeck Mrs. Lucretia Skewis Llara Storm Hazel Thomas Margaret Van Dorn Elsie Williams Esther Yarcho Helen McCrea Hilda Lelson Helen O Banion Harriette Ransom Mildred Reynolds Pearl Ritter Mabelle Schneider Carrie Selders Alice Shimer Mrs. Ruth Smith Bee Thayes Amie Tincher Helen Wanerus Y x I Dorothy Gallagher Irene Brady Mary Page X 6 L . 3 I 1 Sa I l f l I il Edith Melberg Beulah Moore Verniee Albrecht Ethel Baird Helen Bernatz Laura Bobenhause Ida Bullard Margaret Busby Sylvia Coughenour Charlotte Curyea Dorothy Davis Nain DeBour Doris Dorman Fae Eakle Hilda Ellis Marguerite Fox Violet Glosser Madeline Hallahan K Grace Griffith Grace Hamilton Anna Haroldson Hazel Hawkins Ardis Hereim Selma Hill Enid House Nelle Jones Evelene Kinnaird Magdalene Krantz Merle Mattison Jean Mitchell Josephine McCor1nick Harriet McCraney Eunice McNahon Ruby Nelson Sarah Ordonez Bernice Prine QQ 6 Louise Woerhle Helen Zook Gladys McGimpsey Pauline Nelson Helen Ocker Madalin Pecenka Helen Redmond Doris Rinden Bernice Rodmen Hilda Reimenschneider Leora Sheldahl Elizabeth Simpson Ruth Stewart Flossie Thomas Faye Tubbesing Muriel Waterman Lola Wooten Audrey Zeiger Q ji 3 x 5' 5 - W4 S: , : 9 2, 5' in JC l 1" v Page One Hundred Sixty-one if O i Q I .. - - : 0 1 Q Noodle . . . 4 'irrot . . . lilly lisl1 .. Sharl' ..... f ralfs .... Nl'.l'llllll . . Us lf . . Goose ........ Hain .......... SD1'll1,2' Chicken Chicken a la wi Pickles . Lettuce . . . Olives ...... Chili Sauce .. Cream pie .. Pears ........ Cream Puffs . . . Angel Parfait . Devil's Food . . Peaches ....... French Pastry . Figs ........ Stick candy . . . Kisses ........ Chocolate Fudge T ea .... Tea ...... Cocktails .. Punch ...... Lemon aid .. Lady Fingers . Chili Fon Carne .... Toothpicks .... Irish Stew .. Bread ...,... Pa sh Register . Mints ........ 5 Page One Hundred Sixty-into L 1924 Sverunh lgrar ilirnilrrgzrrtvn TEACHERS COI I FGE CAFETERIA KllN DERGAR I'EN MENU Q0l'I S .. . .Vp to t1'icl's...... . . . Red .......... ... I ISH . . .Quite sweet .... . . . .. .Pride of thc, school. . . . . . lively variety . . . . . .. . Small but alive. . .. M ICA T S . . . ln love ....... . . . ...R'alf:1t Rl+1LISl'll'lS ...ln love ........... . . .Good head v-iriety. . . . . . .Green ............ ... . . . Spicy and fl'tl,L!l'f:1l1t. . . IJEQICRTS . . .The right complexion .... . . .Always Together. . . . . . . .Light and airy. . . . . . .Perfect ..... . . . . . .Best on inarket ...... . . . . . .Good to look at ...... . .. CONFECTIUNS ....0verstuiTed . . .The kind you can't lick. . . . .Rare and priceless. . . . . . ....Brunette DRINKS .. . .Black and Strong. . . . ....Weak ...'l'icklish ....... ....Vi,+:orous MISCELLANE0l'S .. .Ha1'd to hold long. . . . .. ....Full of neo......... IIIIi55.i.5tS7 IQ .......... ...Sweet .............. . . . . Takes everything in. . . . F 1enc11 , - 'gm T T a t .14 .j jg- 5 . 1 i de QW .eb . . . . .Dorothy P15116 enevieve 'NICK ee . . .1f'll'.V'l1'l,t Nletc-ilf ... .7ilf1l'l Iilson. . . .Marh 1l'l t Detlie . . . .W and 1 Ii3l1ll1l9l.' . . .Marjorie BIOIIIXQI' . . . . .Louise Beach . . .Annetta Hansen . . . .Helen ReQua . . . .Edna Skelton . . . .Enid Skelton leraldine Fitzgerald . . . . .Marjorie Clark . ...Doris Florence . . . . .Laura Robbins . .Margaret Graham . . . . .Beatrice Clark Whittle-Aline Doty . . . . . .Eleanor Barr Gretchen Cronbaugh . .Lucille Ebelheiser Fonda Mae Jameson . . . . . . .Edith Mahon . . . .Gatha Maulsby . . . . . .I1'e11e Meyer . . .Ruby Crawford . . .Louise Eiseman . . .Viola Steuerwald . . . . . .Alice Forbes . . .Mildred Cowdrey . . . . . .Muriel Pearce Jones-Avis Haniil . . .Octavia Petersen .Elizabeth Sucholnel . . . . .Vera YVallace . . . . . . .Julia Kelly . . . .Uharlotte Dunn ..Gladys Charmock . . . . . . .Lydia Wells ,4 Q 4, ,...-., If llflllll 9 5 - -2-A f 3 . ' R Xt Y H E ' A 3 "CD - Q, It.. ' ' 7 , H f Q Q3 I ' ' O t--4 C3 A 3 A"- " A MSL LQ 1" P - . . U 5 I 5 1 i . I , x 4 Q x I I ' ' v A f 1 'f. ,V ., , 3011.7 X :' J, . 6 v f f u s f I lf Q ' .ix .X 1 x f' 3 f X I f ' X , I 'I k , 1 z f F 2 5 E 1 5 : K f X K J XF-. Af' JJ 'Q if ft fi .1, e- ,Y JA' I'- 5 , E , 3 X f A--J-.Lff-1 A. , 1:22, Q-Q-M M -3 qu -. --T1 S., P -,.,.4-4 5 nj J! A R fa f l wg . E Vi i " V X , 1 1 i A 2 2 Q - 1 P . K Y , i Q 1 . I 1 . E - 5 I ' J 5 J 2 L, . Y 2 2 1 1 if If xv tw . , W5 f '- .' W ,V Q KN. iiiilflti V4 ":T1:iZ'g:'f 'T 21217 1 1 -Aw' ' X- - -' N. -..,....,.. ... ..,.V.w....--.- H.. ., W.. .....-,.. .... . v - 5 - , ..,. , .., .. ,.. ........,.. ,V ,.-.. . ,H -, ...- vx- k-:EN ,,,,m,m , W--5 ,-,, , Um MW ,W h W 1+ 4 x si' , w. ljllllt' One Ilundrvd Sixty-tflrw -,,..., C J L iilirat Hear Qhnhergartrn Oh I+ ILERS i f x I E -Q I I G2 1 in Pfeside-nt ...... .... C IIARLOTTE DUNN . . . .... ALBERTA EDEN f i Fa. 1 Winter V Vice President . . . .... NIARJORY NUHN . . . .... FLORENCE WREN Secretary .... .... B ERNICE YOKOM ......... ETHYLE VOELKER I Treasurer .. .... lNI,xRGARU1TE KAUEMAN ............ GLADYS : SCHMALZRIED l CLASS ROLL 5 B l 1 Alta Teeter Gladys Schumalzried Marjorie Nuhn 6 Alberta Eden Wilma Bolte Julia Garling 7 Geraldine Quinn Florence Wren Helen Wagoner Margaret Paisley Carol Starr Bernice Yokom E Nelle Clapper Helen Churchouse Olga Miller l Josephine Colby Ethyle Voelker J J .N -L . iw? , KA fx J -5f'ff- ef ' 'Qi Page One Hundred Sixty-four l if L U 6 Svernnh Hear lguhlir Srhnnl Munir President .... Secretary .... Treasurer . . . . Ruth F. Bell Barbara Broadie Jeanetta Burns Maurine Camery Zola Zoo Carver Roy N. Collins lrene Ely Evangeline Fennell Mayme Ferguson Mrs. Cecile Ferrell Burnetta Frantz Lois Gill Adaline Henderson OFFICERS MEMBERSHIP Evelyn Holthaus Dora Hood Ethel Horn Dorothy Iblings Helen Ives Margaretha Johnston Oma Lucille Moffett Mildred Morgan Annette McMillan Marguerite Naumann Kathleen Porter lsabel Rasmussen , , -qincr-Eb. IJOROTHY IBLINGS GENEVIEVE HAYS AMMETTE LICMILLAN Norma Reaney Elizabeth Saalbaeh Mary Saylor Gladys Silsby Effie Stewart Gladys Swain Margaret Taylor Verda Taylor Fern Thomas Margaret Thompson Marion Thorpe Eva Walter R-uth G. Wilson I Q . 3 VX 'iii ? EXNJ: X ll-1 . SHA M .7 E, ish, . --f f -asia . ' . G e . w i' N Q E Page One Hundred Sixty-fi-ve XX 2 Q if cs 1924 OLD GC D l l I l 3 M G 'S 1 Q 5 l 5 illirnt Hear iguhlir Ssrhnnl Munir L : - E 2 ff ' OFFICERS ' ' LJ, Prfsidwzzf ...... ............ A Xxx RVTII GROGAN M-J L.. . . V100 President MARGARET E. ll0NNEl.llY Secretary ..... ....... B IAVRINIQ CAMIQRY ' Treafsurvr . . . .............. . . . LIINNIE Willscmx CLASS ROLL Helen Bates Gertrude Glass Ethel Nelson I Edith Brown Erivda Grimrnels lngeliorg Nielson l Myrtly Brownell Gladys Gander Mary Anno li0Q,'t'I'S l Opal Ballinger Anna, Ruth Grogan Marie Sl21,1lSlJl1I'y , l Maurine Panivry Madgv Hasteter Eftalwlle Starci' i Estlioi' f'21l't6l' Edna Cumming! Margarvt E. Connelly Lyla Day Marjoriv lliedn-rick Elizaliellm ElglllllQf' Hariri Evans Dorothy Grvelis Q bmw Mozvllv Zimmerman lda llyliergvr Grctclufn Ilenry lllayuw Ivy Gram Kami Anna Louise Kolf lola Meakm' Rutll Micllaelson 17.1 4, 106115 , uf., 415- , Ruby Simnivrs Florence M. Smith lllargarvf YVZIQIIPI' Miriam 'VVil0y Minniv NVllS0l1 Eva Walter livssie M. Zimmer j M5 fy Page One Hundred Sixty-.vix H95 C5 L, ,fo -F W p ali: HW a, A A' 0 5 Q7- . 1, n- 'I U l I if A l'l'e1s1'1If11f ....,. ' Vive President ...... i I SPl'I'6tIlI"Ij-T7'l'llSIll'CI' . . . N Sponsor .......... . l l 1 1924 OLD GOLD I -3-' I 1 x r- S 2 , Z Svrrnnil Hear All OFFICERS . . . . LILA BIAE IIARRISON . . . NIARVEL EGLAND JENNY LEE . . . . Mlss 1xCvNES UOLE Doris Plough eff .Tm-uny lmv U Zora Spixz f E ,W lj l Q CLASS ROLL l Helen Cooley Hllliillfll' Colby C: Blzlrvvl Eglillltl Lillian lJl11Stl2llC 1 Lila M210 IT?1I'I'lS0l1 Lucy Goodrich l , lf If JK Sf. A' X 'f ,qv I ' ' rzx . I i:'::'i.-...: 'Qu-In t y ,R ig: Emi X153 E --M E E f 975 A Z"f474! Page One Hundred Sixty-sefuen 1924 l OLD GOL N E R 3 1 Ha1'1'iQlte Mziiiiiclli Pauline Phelps Aguvs Spears Artlmi' Myafliway ICU VX? 4 ,,,, illrrzt Brat Ari 1 ' iff MEMISERSIIIP l l Violet Coponliavoi Doris Gardner ' Sophie Sailor Kathryn Wilko Hazel liiviugstou llcrmina Bilm Vcrga. Gibson l 'la l Pga Une Ilzzndred Sixty-ciylll Q , 9 l to ,. l l l ,,l on -'iff Ai l ,flip Q45 i 4 aw A V NM tif " ' A fi X YH 4,61 334-96 G - 1924 ,f NI1' flllllllllllli Mr. Mach Mr. Speer : Svernnh Even' Glnmmrrrial OFFICERS X K X f H 3 '- I Q5 Prcfsiflmzf ........ Secreta1'y-Trmsurer .. Sponsor .......... Elmer Ackerman Bertha Ager Florence Bailey Gertrude Christofferson F5 Esther Maye Coffin Nelda Davin Rose Fenner Carl Folkerts CLASS ROLL Marie French Vera Griffith Bernice Grover Mary Guthrie lone Helgesen Leola Hix Lenora Holm 07 91" DQ IS' .. . F. ORRELL llfIILLER . . . XYERA GRIFFITH H. C. CUMMINS Dorothy Miller F. Orrell Miller Alice Minard Nora M. Newman Dorothy Niemeyer Dorothy Palmer Kenneth Ray Skinner Joseph Vander Brink Page One Hundred Sixty-nine cl.-3 , at NX 5 we 'f -1 0 uh. ' " :I ' C,-Qi. mf 2 5 S K tJx i f H - , C9 1 I , Q A l 1 Z 2,4 Olin GOL X 3 1 i E 1. ' Q 11 . 1 up F. ll Prefsuivrzl ........ . . .L1':111.1-1 Dlxws . . . . . ROBERTA SANTEE i 1 1 , 3 ilfrrzt lgvzu Qlnmlnrrmll , ' 1 Yvinter' 1 Vim' 1'I'CS'iflf"Flf .... ...MY1zoN PAUL .. .. MAB1411, JEROLMAN Sew'f'ta1'y-T1'easurer . . . .ll1'CILL15 LAMB . . ........ DORIS RAISTY Reporter ....... .,........... .... ll I .xRGUER.ITE HAYES Sm-ial Clllllfillflll .. ., i'r1.11'No1cv PIPPINGER C'In.Qs Sponsor . ............... .......... ll 112. SPEER 41 CLASS ROLL 1 11 Urlina Albright Dolhort Iflanson Pearl Nickelsen Jessie Shores 11 Alina S. Anderson 11111139110 Ilarden Rubye Peterson XVayne Smith 1 Viola Arter Bt-nlal1 Hatcher Mary Pinkerton Naomi SYPVCIISOII 1 Arvilla Benshoot Margiwrite Ilayvs f"h2'lllllCQj' Plll1ll1lQl01' Evelyn Stone Harnia Ch1'istolTo1'sv11 Gooigzo Hill Howard Pollock XVayne Strayer 11 1 Lucile Davis 12111111 Howe John Pollock listhcr Taylor 1' Mahel Dorman 1'llaine 1Inrley llattie Pringle lf'ra11k Tullier in Opal Fanning .Xlyce Jennings Doris Raisty Marjorie Thorlrurn Q Susie Fell Mabel J01'0llll2lll XVillis Rank Neva Tuckiir , Edna Felton If2lll19l'l1lC Krugrvr listt-lene Randol Martha Van Yleet Lena Flathurs llucillo Lanih llelvn Redmond Juanita XVarnor f Leo Frenzel Marjorie Lvslie Laurotto Reddin Leone NVQ-ishard 5 Leone Graf f'l2lI'PllC0 Marsh John Riley Ontjo YVeSSelS Earlys Haahr Ethel Miller La Verne Robbins Marie VVisdom . Sue Hanlon Mildrvfl Mcf'oy IqillllI'Yll Russell A. T. XVl1ittl0 L JZIIIISS McFadz0n Hola-xvta Santee ,Ji 'L A if ,, X . Q'-1, 1 'fafzl kg yfrgsk W fi UW J 5' ffffg- X: 43:1 , ,, .- CQ ' la:-53,1 M115 QE S f- - , -,.. f. 10' 'ilyhf ' ""TI?'fC-Y .x ,lk ,07 NA Page One Hundred Srwfnty 4 OEJZGOLD lx Svernnh Even' Hume 4 rnnnnura I Q? l l li lib l'resi1'cI e nf ..... Vice President ..... . . Set-reta-ry-Trcaszlrer Gladys Akin Melva 'Bakkie Viola Bosch Alice Child Gertrude Eherle Mabel M. Fisher Bernice Frederick Rulth Henderson Ruth Howard Gretchen Junge Lura Leonard Evelyn Myers Eva Nelson Laura Peterson Mary Louise Peebles Jane Roeder Q OFFICERS Fall Winter BERNICE l+'REm-JRICK .. . RUTH E. HENDERSON .THELMA GASIIELL . . . BIARGARET L. BECKMAN lll.lRGARE'l' BECKMAN .. GWENDOLYN SELLECK RGLL CALL Gwendolyn Selleck Alina Smith Mildred Stratton Alina Beck Ilelen Rordner Mildred Cady Ruth Dawes Gertie R. Eggers Mary U. Fisher 'l'l1eln1a Gashel Florence Hildreth Mildred Hunter Merle Kahuda Mildred Loucks Ulara Mast Natalie Nagle 142' -1?.AlIP15 O 9 'flrelnm Nelson Madge Reimer Evelyn Schultz Mary Jane Seylar Dorothy Stone Mabel Thompson Margaret Beckman Signe Bodholdt Vera A. Copeland Gladys Dukes Irene Erickson Alice Fowler llelen Gilbert Josephine Hill Edith Johnson Edna Lee LX Mildred Lund Lena McGinnis Elizabeth Nalllllflll Esther Reid Clara Peters Frances Sellers Mary Shankland Edith Steele Blanche Towner Bernice Vnran Vera Vought Mable Van Loh Viola Walker Maihelle Kinihro Alice Yanthof Esther White i """::: ,tl M' Q' ' " Lx K, X SJ,-----..l -N uf ' ' Q g:-ku, f-,x , X953 1, if-G Ii -5' 4771 , lxxf- 4:4 ,Y x , f Page One Hundred Seventy-one I 6 - W 2 4 1 I 1 4 1 tb 9 T 4 4 1924 , OLD GOLD Iliirat Hear 1-Inme Ernnnmira President .... Vice President . . . Secretary ..... Treasurer . Erma L. Anderson Emily C. Armstrong Mrs. Walter C. Barnes Dorothy Baumel Carrie Bennett Ruth Bennett Elsie Bentley May Bralliar Lorrene Burlingham Dorothy Butler Mrs. L, H. Callender Mary Campbell Lila Clemens Ferne Cole Vera Copeland Ruth Crawford Helen Daniels Florence Davis Thelma Davis V Dorothy Evans Laura Fouser Bertha Gardner Benita Grote Ruth C. Groth Olga Gustafson Ruth Hallett i x 5. Page One Hundred Seventy-tfwo OFFICERS Fall . . -MILDRED HORSCH . . .FLORENCE DAVIS . . .MYRTLE MooDY . .. .IRENE ERIcKsoN CLASS ROLL Mildred Harsch Esther Hauge Vera Imus Velma Jacobson Julia Johnson Marie King ' Merle Kahuda Bernice Kinney Thelma Kliner Lucy Lake Hazel Lamb Mildred Loucks Flossie Lynn Elsie Moser Lena McGinnis Frances Orr Catherine Pflefster Gladys Pixley Wilma Ramsdal Grace Randall Dorothy Rohden Wauinie Ross Mary Seglar Ferne Smith Mrs. VV. G. Solheim Neva Steinmeyer - as ie, W S , 'elif' Winter .. RUTH GROTH MRS. WALTER BARNES .. BENITA GROTA Virgil Strobel Pearl Thompson Ellen Trainer Helen Turnbull Claire Wade Veree DeFrance Evelyn Dettmer Opal Dirtel Bessie Donels Susan Duffy Mildred Elkins Irene Erickson Mary Martin A Mary Miner Alice Miller Evelyn Moe Mary Montgomery Myrtle Moody U Vera Warden X Louise Watson Florence Weekly Esther White ' Callie Wilder Eileen Woodcock Greta Worth JG! l x 5 H Q Y I l I 1 . ri 1:5 Q 4 oi.i52GOl-D Hunts Ernnnnura Eauwhrnpprr lv rs. 'Nlevs bride: Boo-hoo! Henry threw a cake at me. One I made my- S9 00. Mother: The monster! He might have killed you. What do you suppose that the man is doing up that telephone po e? After fruit. But what kind of fruit can he get up there? Electric currents. Eileen Woodcock: CBreakiug fest tubes in Chemistry Laboratoryl. Mr. Read: Blessed be the peacemakers! Mr. Getchell: 'Somewhere in the Laboratory the gas is leaking. Mr. Getchell: Cin Chemistry Classy Some people have more phosphorus 2 than others and make better matches. I 1 ' lf, t 4 5 1 7 I Cl 77 I AL C 77 Freshman H. E.: "Oh, never mind I'll go now and put a pan under it. G3 - I ! N 1 Y NAME Swede Bennet Worth Barnes Cole .. Imus . Strobel Evans Davis . Rittgers HOME ECONOMICS DIRECTORX HORROR . . .Having Raven Locks ....... Using Peroxide FAILAING . . .Keeping out of Mischief . . .Looking innocent . . .Getting Fat .................... O Henry . . .Physiology ......... . . . Planning Homes . . .Groping in the dark . . . ..... Color Scheme . . . Getting old .................... Primping . . .Physiology . . . .... Leaving boxes of candy on Newton 's desk . . .Getting Married . . . . . . Wearing Diamonds ....Getting E's Cutting frogs . . .Alarm clock . . . ..... . . Sleep 0 11 .N Y ,DNA M. P. . "l im - 4 , A ' Z fc N 'W-1-3 ' I - 676-197' Q M, Page One Hundred Seventy-three gf' Q . IQZSOLD OLD M,-X 1 l ix ,- 5 P I 5 E 3 4 1 C9 5? 2 , 4 1 i Q l i P 5 S M ! . 5 3 4 1 , , 23 I 5 4 is .Nj gf? 1, f :' ,.,. """"'..,...........JLx.,., 1 1 4 - 7 ' ' ' Y' f" X 5 3' VAN M fRWTNWX -2 fQQ . Q ww - fZiXQ'X"'y-"---"W-"'--"--Wx!! ,ff N--J x -N, :wg 1' f"x ,ff K jpg - - ... - -.pg f5lfW.T.............-.--,,..-....- .f7ff,y i ., . , -- ,, Page One Hzmdrrd Sefwniy-fozzz' CLASS ROLL ow GC D Svrrnnh Hear illilanual Aria 01' FICERS I X 6 a G l ' D I w Q9 Presiderzt ...... .. .. HOIAIJYND S. SHERVVOOD 3 Vice President .... ........ L . A. WAUGIJ Secretary-Treasurer ........... ...... P AUL RIDER Student Couneil Representative .. HAROIAD E. COLE Charles Allen Martyn Bacon Wayne G. Basler L. E. Bogle Allan R. Brown Leslie M. Callender Harold E. Cole Claude Ferneau James Fitzgerald Robert R. Gibson Glenn Harris Frank A. Harsch Glenn R. Hoffman Lloyd Horrns Charles Liechti Leland J. Maxwell Lee J. Metzger Allen Mullinex Ray Pryor Paul Rider Joseph Roeder John Roseland Archie Safley Austin Schearer llollynd Sherwood ,ey Rtncwhw. N ' A 1. Harold L. Stout Mark Smiith Lyman Stevens Oscar M. Thorson L. A. Waugh George C. White Everette Williams Arthur M. Yearous Max Miller Harold Davidson Glen McBride 1 James Conrad John Hunt 1 Hubert B. Corder Carlton Isley 'N Burdette Cottingham Myrle L. Jones ii Joe Cuifel Xviliitllll B. Kewney it Leslie J. Faris fx. c:'1..'-:' tg A , x . W... ' 5 - - 45,1 F v il 'ff , 5 , Jw E-2 .. L. new N-ig gig!! -Q? -ir :A . ' A-sf ff' we 15 . 'ixf' ' - 3:74 Page One Hundred Seventy-jifve P X 19?-4 1 QLD GOL? XNXxf"NKX ff 1 N X, "-. x , A 1 1, I ,X ri lg 1 Q A ,- M :X I 4 VE K V Q I y X Y 5' f7ffc ' ' 'YY Mgr, I FUNJFJ I X 2' K ndar , W F06 fbfvfr , mf fe AQ 4 -J, Wm, Q v 9 M. Qllmfiv 9 W! 'yi QQ 'ff as mf? V, - X UM UU yffzw? ff-M T f "EW " fegcie S Mx Q-qfy I w i X W K? df W sf 52 3 W ' A X! fn ' 11 fx 1 .Jx gkg 9 MMJCFL fvsw i:3?j LX MM- ,fin 2 ff+1Qwf :Al5 --- M J QQ, NSC -':, "i.xQ4,," P k 3,:,9"4f P J 0 H 4 db y ,f -.....,.,,..- ff' K, if ll 5 f N f Y i 1' , e I I 1 E X. XX x4 XX fig I e X Mig ,f,,x rjiiffggi' .ff 3 f 2 1 , S ' A e 1. ,xfe .A W- v 5 , ,K .5 I-., I I 1 ,,,.. .....,...h. ...,w. f -- . .pfizfe Nm TX ,xxx V, , f me- f-'-""""- -v--., ,' , ,J ,. F A. MK X !4,,.- .... mi .- K M e a 1 if ,,,, ,.-V X ei .V ,fd-S-v--N .i ,Av U Q,fLf.Le, ,,,f 5 J ,, ,. . -w.,.fX 5 X 4 j Q , , f. 4 n, N- ,sy 1, J f ff' 9,1 'N ,EM vwawr NW mgff ...I . .' ,. ..., .-.-, -, , , . X Page One Hundred Sefventy-.vefven ...F --xxx . " x X N , XR X? 4 A 5 X x 1 x XX xxx! N , ! ff A R s ai i ql 5 1, 5 A F3 5 '4 I 24. 2 N Yi E! I I 1 S 1 I A i 52 is gs .2 N ff Q! i l 192 f OLD GOLD X X XX X X I A 'Q 1 . 1 3 , Q i iliirai Brat annul Aria l ' 1 '- Preszfdefnt ............................................ IiENRY T. SCHELL y Vice President ..... . ................................... ARTHUR D. KING S . Serretary .... AUDR1-:Y R. BONIIAM CLASS ROLL 5 llarold Anderson Clarence Barber 011111 Beaty Audrey Bonham James Brolliar T. C. Christotferson g X George Churchill Gerald Diesch Thomas Forbes ' Robert Green Oscar Guyer Herman Hinricks g Lawson Hockey Harry Hosch E. L. Hunt Wayne Huntley Paul Hutchcroft Melvin B. Ingellurigtson 3 ' Roy Johnson L. L. Jones Earl Keller E X Howard Louthan Ularonce Marsh Howard Mather 3 1 W Frank Matthews Hay Nahbolz P. J. O'R0uke Bradford Pickham F. L. Peyton Charles Rowser Q Henry T. Schell Dean Sherwood Harold Stiles u u lflstel Thomson Paul XVQ-atherly Harold A. VVoito W John NVolkenhauer Edward B. VVy1lie Arthur M. Yearous Q Nelson Arnold Fay Boyles Miles Grow E Donald Gernherling Vharles Hunt Laverne Morris , Mervil Morain Myron Paul Mathew Richmond l Leonard Stegzer Vernon Shwederlnier Louis Van Loh ii ., .xp 'J 2 O I KZ 6'-5'-N C-217 A ,N -i-w,,q-4-g igh s L 4 flfiy .Ni N. 1 L -to at . .L Effie: ik- .i Q'--4: X Fx if Mfr:--ff .fefgr---W-.fr:-::ff:1.5,6 f W Xxwjl 'Z:t71::.1::ff-f::r""'t1:'1T:'Qif2f'l 21 ff?,ffigil-5-:rl--N-1-31:--ti A TS: 41 1 asm-,' ' 1 xgkafg - ,xx Lu' ,- ,-7,5,,,o..f f Page One Hundred Se-veizty-eight f, f C124 4 ,ff 1f COLD ilk f' U5 XM f -"' x ' M V K. 1 1 i X1 1 1 lghgairal iihumtinn El ARMS BICNDIXG UPXVARD. LICFT CDLUIWVARIJ. FALI.-OLf'1' -1 E fw 1 2 Q R.,- ...1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 K 1, 1 1 X 1 5 E 5 1 X. l 1 '1 12? 11' Ii S. .3 N 1522 1 , ' 1 A . v V- I X ja at ..:',3Li:b 1-TL-..."'11 N P' 1 1 , A 1 1 1 2 A OXDANSICN its :N ,,... ,A,, ,-,,,,,,.,..,,,, , "?.,g,, ,,,,,-,,,,,,,,-,M,-,-,,,11,,jj ' ""''m"""""""1'1U 1f-, 33' V.1-.F"""'1' ""'M"""'4'M'ffm M- . ,.,. - ,..1--,-,.,,.,---.,,,-,,,, .ig 1: 419 -,,..--,.-.,...,..-....,-, .. -..---. 1 .. 1 -,.. ,,,,v1, , . f-. .. 9.1, J--L S X' ' ' - ,.. ..,...............1... -,,, . ,, Any' ,If Pllflf' Um' llzfzzdwd Sf-zvlzly-1117117 "2 ,f-141.1 5 1 ,f'x,,,-' fi ! 1 1 llvifl? Przgfr'Urlfllu711fr1'dl:'igf1!y Svurrnm iililnihvrhunh Glunnpaninnahip 1924 OLD GOLD f CR P x ,ff Un , Mfg 7 fe? f Arlrxv 5 :X , . AML! - I 4 's at in H n- f" ..,iJ 0 H mdk? y k '1f W 3 .gzefxxwi Off .1 fa? iw- , -w'2v hxilxi I Q10 'E1ifP Stuhrnt Qlnunril 1924 OFFICERS President ...... ..... E AEI. M. LONDON Vice President ....... ..... . IUE VAN DERBRINK Secretary-T1'ea,surer . . . ....... IIELEN COOLEY MEMBERSHIP Evelyn Arquette. . .Senior B.A. Fall Earl M. London ........ Senior B.A. John Poland ....... Sophomore B.A. Joe Van DerBrink ...... 'Commercial Angela Moore, Primary, Fall-Spring Lura Leonard ..... Home Economies Gladys Charmoek . .Kindergarten Elbert W. Harrington. . .Junior Col. Anna Carlson. . .Senior HA., Winter Edwin Broekman ....... Junior HA. Bernie Knudson ..... Freshman HA. Zella R. Todd ...... Primary, NVinter Roger F. Sohner. . .Sub-Collegiate Harold Cole . ..... Manual Arts Helen Cooley ................. Art Gladys Swain. . .Public School Music Artiuitiea Green Cap-and Arm Band Tradition Observed. Hall Duty-Maintained quiet zone during Chapel. Loyalty Song-Donor of Prize for T. C. Loyalty Song. H omecoming-Had charge of all Homecoming Activities. Basketball-Gave silver Trophy for Intra-Mural Champions. Campanile-Assisted in Drive for 1926 Campanile. May Day-Co-operated with P. T. Department in May Day Festival. Page One Hundred Eighty-three E I i I u E I I N 4 x l H, H ' ei WL , . .F g . A'.- Lv fx I A if A ' au. an '53 if gl V N34 ,R QV? I . W f .S K 1 QI' -"T ll 1 wish x. NVCYC ca 413,131 EEA-my 5055 Y. omec 924 1 U Qcwuivol Thenbig Homecoming feature was the dance and carnival in the Gymnasium. Over two thousand persons crowded the two Hoors Saturday evening. "The biggest event Of its kind ever staged at T. C.," was the tribute characterizing the Homecoming Carnival. apo ,,. v gd. " , W ' wi" 2-, YQ. N K - A ' as . . ,,. .v ...X A if .MM - - - ,, ' ...W - LOYALTY soNG OF Donors! BICFARLLND '25. Fmsx R. Huvcocx, 12. Oh! Ist e spir -it of Statue I. S. T. C. 1 , 1 I- mf L , f E I JL E 5h-' th Q 5 I X I ,W , ,. M 1 7. I I, ' F-u Y I ' 9 1 , . J . . I . 'J I 1 J . J . Teach- er's Col '- lege Lift. our prais-eq as of oldg . .... if Aix . I . P EV E 7 . f-- A. - ' .d-' 5 ' - ' ' "5 F . . 5-F 'EE' v V . Sing of love, of loy - al - ty and hon - or, Cheer for the pur-ple and f A . - - - 1. A Q : , i 3 - 51 E I ' ' E ' K J gold.Ra1x! Rah! Rah! Watch us as we climb to fame and gld, - ry, are x , ' P- C ' .. ., ' ' -' '- W HE. I here for vic - t.o,- ry,E, .... gg I Oh, give s. yell, Ho! As .. E I I b 5 . 5 ' 'T , -. . 5 2. Lv, X2 er on we go -.0, Chccrfordear I. S. T. C. . ... f 6952? f OL ,f-X,-f -GLU G D 0' , M , - U Q32 f f' f 'll 171111111 Z l -.fm ? '7'll , I-2 f l l f l f ' ' 'fffgw-........ -l A l if lx lg lg QE? LL1 1215 iii 'ef l 1 Q14 l l l l l Y f"'f EZ lmmlzl. :lt 'l'l'Jilfllt11'S IN-ll4-:Q-. has :1It1':u'u-sl tlu- :lm-lliilm of 1-1l11c-rnlulx rl11'm1glu-111 1119 stzm-. 'l'lu- l1i:l1 rtanulzllwl llllllllfilllltxll in tlu- 1ll'llil1'fllll'lll ig 1'm-slnnlsil-lv lm' rlu- t'X1'4lllUIl4't' nl' ilu- wurli. Illlll tlu- fll4il'llllQ'lllj' 4-Flif-is-llt I4-znclu-Vs wlu- gl':lflllilf0 fl'0lll this CHIIVSU ya-:11' :1l'Im-1' yn-:11'. lmrin: flu- j'1':ll'. f'Ulll'S1'S in play 1-1-4-4l111'Ii1-11 nn- 1-l't'o-aw-fl :mul tlu- "XYlil'li'SllUID'- nu-tluul is t'ull+-we-ml. .xlllllllf Ilu- mu- :u'i plays pl'4nl1u-1-ll wf-1'm---"Na-iglll-4-1's". "'l'lu- lu-:lr I,l'lHll'l1'lln, "NYl1:1I 'l'lu-y 'l'l1i11li of lk". "'l'lu- V1-11tii4'1", "l'ul-111--s:u"', "lu tlu- l7Ill'liI1Q'SSl "'l'lu- lim-- ll0Zll'S:ll-'. :llul "'l'lu- t'111'tz1i1l". Two lui: plays :11'e- 1-1'4-sm-lm-1l for Ilu- pul-lic. zllmlmlly. l'1-Wy Blzlrlizlym-'s ".l1-:l11lu- d..xl'l".. was llu- lil!!! 1'UllllIll'llQ'l'lllUlll Iblllyl "Ilullo's Willl Hut". lay r'l:11'4- Iilllllllll-l'. flu- IUZ4 fslul-YYRIII4-1' 1vl:15'. SlIllll'lll :ugrurs fI'4llll ilu- :lc-1-:ll't1:u-ut take- 1-:nrt in tlu-sv lvwulluf- IlllllS, 'l'lu- 1934 1'4-11111u-luw-nu-ut play IPl'HlIll4l'S In surl-ass zmyrlliug yl-I p1'f-sm-lm-ml, 'l'lu- SVUIIQ' is l:1iul in lf25'1'!. Zlllll mlm-:llx with llu- lill- uf Ilu- l'l1:l1'zu-lxs, 'l'l11u- 1-u-lltlls 4-I' vx- vl-lll-ul 1lil'm-vlif-11. I1-um-tlu-1' with :1-1':s-mls 1-1--1111111-s Illltl S4'lllIlQS. will l'l'Nllll in El ll'1xlll4'llll' ously ll'l's-c'Iivn- 1-xwulllctimn. r 5 1 i E I f 2 E I 5 5 Ls -sz, . - l - - ll ll'I11'n IH' lmzv- ff'11ll.'wl fl lf'I'1lI'!f milf- rn' Nu ,lnfl. finullff. hllff' Vlllllf' In jfIlll'llfjf'N wwf ll? finrl l1r'1'. 1llH'll.llN, in flu' plum- frr- lrnmr. Thr mu' :Phu llf'l'1'l' frlils llSfff'fl4'lll'I'fffffllil. If-T" 1 ,j .4 THX 'X xl ' '45 ' xx ff-5 X-M1 13-J fA we-f -' --J? ffl Y 'V ' a. 1 " L ' -,fs hubs -i it ,, fr sfy9??fV Pay? 0116 Illzzllirvd Ninffy-lllrre K 1, ,:..CI.1 Xl Tiff His W 51 E235 lil gg: l I l CJ 1924 -pow' P MMA 1 RANCP S C IIASE title role 'JJEANBE D ARC" Percy M-xckaye s' Teanne D'Arc ' 1. omnicncement play 1023 Us A specttculfir production from tht st-xndpoint of acting and display. A cast of sixty actors, all stuclcnts in thc Public Speaking deplrt- l 1 3 wwvw 4 Ak 1 , . 7 J 1' ful 7 7 ' r rl e r , ' X' 'xl' , 1v7xC d S 'i 1 A v .r l Q A 4 , f f ' l 1' X mtnt, under tlie direction ot Miss Martin, were responsible for one of the finest presentations, by ama- teur actors. ever sccu in the Mid- dle 'West ll . illlih-1EHintrr 151mg '5 C5 Romiots WILD OAT kj tiixsr Hewston, Rollo 's man ..,. ....... .......... J o e Flynn l Lydia, Rollo's sister ..................... .... ll Iarjorie Patterson it Rollo Webster, a youth with aspirations ..... ....... D Wight James j Mr. Stein, a theatrical manager ..,..... ....... G eorge Mavrelis , Goldie MacDuff, an actress ..... .... E mina Frances Chase George Lucas, an actor .Q .... . .. ........ ........ J ohn Poland l M1-S. Park-Gales 1 Ethel Short 5 Whortley Gamperdown E All of the profession .... . . .Glenn Brown 5 Thomas Skitterling l Irving Wolfe ' Aunt Lane, Rollo's great-aunt ....... ...Kathryn Robb , 3 An actress, attendant to the Queen ..... ..... A lice Kint Horatio Webster, Rollo's grandfather .... ...Glover Ferrell lp Bella. housemaid at the VVebsters .......... ..... V era Carty ' 'iii es .4 Q - ki Page Om' Hundrfd Ninety-four ? +924 l "iKnl1n'5 milh GDM" 1 I 3 A ACT I. S01-119 2. Rollo: " iPuff'cl and rc-cklvss lilwrtillc'-l illlllll Iw- ? lieve Ophelia would lmvo said it, VVe'll cut it out" J-v 3 A I to Q, A l l ?f - 5 A A A A i I l A 2 Q f g ' :N I I l i Q li li ACT Ill. Scene 2. Aunt Lane: Y'i'lI01'a'ri0, the garden bench will not A be moved." ll ' AA, Fx . 1 V,' 1,-5-L Y'-. V ,,, - 2 1- - f ,K , Aw J '31 ' ' C vQrf .. , if Q5 A - -QL M wk? I-qg, f5,5 K, Pagf Une llundrfd Nilzrly-Him' . '04 f OQQDQGOLD I 4 i I all . 4 1 A 1 i 5 1 1 1 i 1 1 N1 l I -lm lx 1 W ,41- C ,42 131 W Xxx mf 5' 34 W 7 X? fwfifi E31'f A Kg: R9 "fr - 9 , Page0 H l 1A ty ,lf QQQOLD, -Q ig' ,ZZ -xg N-Jfx rf W' .K 9' f I E 5 1 E 5 1 Tix? i I l W W ' .1 A QM? . W Q "fix X6 ig in X f i PJ L ' wld: gr 'J' I . - A N 25. 'iirif 'ff-' KQV' ffvf' ' i1'L1a9:"g6 r :. , . Page One H11nn'rrd A znety-:fren fri xx I2 v -T ' l ' XX Y is I ! S E f l 2 - , .V i tg, Jlinrenmr iwagur M ' OFFICERS S 1 f President ...... .....,......... ...... E T HEL SHORT Vice President. .. .... FRANCES CARLSON I 1 Secretary ...... ...... W ILMA LEWIS Q Treasurer . . ...,,............ .... R OLLIN GUERNSEY i S . MEMBERSHIP I f Mr. Lynch .,.... ......................... I Iead of English Department , Mr. Thompson .... .................. .,..... H e ad of Social Skzience Mr. Short .......... Coach of Debate and Oratory I Elsie MCE11lillI191' .. ........................ Alpha ' I Margaret Santee . . . ............... Shakespearean Ethel Short ......... ........ C Iiosophic ' Helen Leslie Dunlap . . Chrestomathian I 3 6 Ruth Forsberg ....... ............... H omerian 6 ' Wilma' Lewis ...... .................. D elphian ' Kathryn ,Robb . . . , , Margaret Fuller Ossoli 1 Nora Wirkler . .... .............. N eotrophian Frances Carlson .... Helen Cook ...... Florence Hall .. Rollin-Guernsey .. Earl London 5 1 n ai' I S , Il II I, Page One Hundred Ninety-eight 41? ' A P " IIS' I P, ma ,V Us 'I n 2 I r rlj 'I F5 T YN! 4 IS ,I Q t-,mggeql F ,W wII,,, y,- Q If HJ, f . Eulahan . . Zetalethean Irving . . . . Aristotelian . . l'hiloInathian YQ 1 a 5 , 2 . 1924 . ons GOLD 'lhe borensic League promotes and manages intramural state and inter- state contests in intercollegiate debate and oratorx. In the Fall term 1923 the Women s Debate Tournament vsas conducted. In the final debate the Alpha team, consisting of Ruby Bennett, Loretta Mc- Cavick and Dorothy Stone won a two to one decision for the affirmative. men and one for women. In each of these debates, T. C. teams ws on on both sides a perfect record of victories. The annual oratorical contest of the Interstate League of Teachers Colleges was held at I. S. T. C. May 4, 1923 In this contest our representatives were Mr. Lee H. Campbell in prepared oration and Mr. Roy Brown in extempore speaking. Mr. Campbell was awarded second place, and Mr. Brown won first place. Through the generosity of the State Board of Education in providing for the expense of forensic activities admission to all contests has been free. The attendance has been very large and a gratifying interest has been maintained. The State Board also provides a beautiful token for each debater with dis- tinctive designs for the men and the women. These serve as mementoes of the training received and the personal associations formed in this phase of' a college career. Jlnnm Hniurrzitg-Gfrarhrra Glnllegr NON-DECISION DEBATE Q l Q Q I : 1 ? 'Xl 7 uv 7 During the year 1923, three intercollegiate debates were conducted, two for I 1 X i. f N 1 l l l CC, 3 E s I 3 , ct , ' Question: Resolved, That the United States Government in conjunction with the Canadian Government should construct a deep water way from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic seaboard. Elena Oldis Fern Farley Elsie McE1hinne5 iz-:Q aff Q sm l J' l Q rf G I Y Us Y' IB f 'X .TQ 'J ff Eli i 'E fi 975:11 ff' ,V 'o f I v V . Q- . . J ig, Page One Hundred Nznety-mne sf? 8 I I 4 OEQZGOLDI Euhuquv-Flrarhvra Glnllegv Eehatv SPRING 1923 If AFFIRMAT IVE TEAM Z u -Q -U: Hans Anderson Burl Osluuru Dwight James -1-r 1 i 1 5 I Question: Resolved, That the United States should cancel the war debt I i owed her by the Allied Nations. A ' DECISIONS C211 Affirmative for Teachers College. Negative for Teachers College U NEGATIVE TEAM Ifllmei' Schindler Fred Schmidt QD? Page Tfwo Hundred Q F ke-wUWHf NR. David Knepper P .9 9,1- N A, - In 0 'li' ' A be ma y I M A 29 1924 A ow GOT- Svimpuun-Efrarhvrn Glnllrge Behntv FALL 1923 AFI' IRMAI IX' E TEAM Questions Resolved That the United States should ente1 the League of Nations. DELlSlONb Affirmative for Teachers College. Negative for Teachers College. I X W VT ' A A --1, George Mavrelis. Rollin Guernsey Ivan Ffxllll '5 l l ' x x Q T S 1 - s V ' , w w in , cs NEGATIVE TEAM Gaylord Archer Rolert Holiday Xvilll'0l' Ruther , VQI ACN , R , A - , - ' 5 g li A ' IT ""lII ' . JY if me Page Two Hundred One 075 '97-P Q 7 I X 1924 E lgarnnna-Flvarhrrz Qlnllege Rebate WINTER 1924 X? 5 17 X I' 2 W 1 T-1-P A1+'F1RMAT1VE TEAM -E.. 1 2-" E ' Ruth Forsherg Altha Curtis Janet Gzllford f .. ' 5 . T 1 Question: Resolved, That the United States should enter the League of . N ., t Nations. X . V - 1 V 4 , I ' i 1 A NEGATIVE TEAM v :T Leah Mae Nefzger Dorothy Haifa Mrs. Howell 9 Q5 J Y' 1 I vfg iiiiiffgb ' X .X M qv ' 5 vo - ' f A ,JT me a x , . , A . Q - JJ Page Taco Hundred Tfwo 19?-4 OLD QOLDNQ 1llDl'kSi,1l1f'l1iVt for lntL,1'QT'11e I X11lI1pOI"lI1i,011S Coutvst. M-15' 2. 1924 GI ADYS LX NLH 114 pl'6SPI11'l11VQ for Intercollegi-lte Orfifory February 16 1924 and Intl riffxte Oratom Huy 2, 924 . Q C 1 f X LUCILE KXIOKERBOCKER 'N ROY BROWN Winner in l11T01'S12110 EX10lllpOI'iUlCO11S Contest Hay -1, 19233 DOROTHY STONE Rt'IH'l'S01l1?l11V0 for ,1I1'EOI'C0116g12l10 Extempora- ncous Contest 1701111131-y 16, 1924 462 X ,95 R It M Y' I' ' L o 1 ,.' 1 N d, 5Q,,,rK.,:lXL Q ,gg 1 1 'L B 1 3:1 1 ' "Ji x 1- 1 ' 'H YJ: X , fl. 422 , lk, ful N 4 , .1 2.1 'X ,, 5 . 1-.I 'x':17,:., Page Taco Hundrfd Three F9 C9 ,f 4 OEJZGOLD N 4 nglmh Glluh Q In L. I L ' ' ' UIAII "ns !'1'csnlf nz' ........ ...... . . . . ..... PEARL lluGREFF l1'11u' 1,l'1'SIAfft'llf ....4. ...SHLINA M. 'l'E1nzY im St'f'I'l'flllflj-TI'l?llS1lI'Cl' .. ............................... IREN11: BARBER Program f,'0IIllIH'ffE?I' .... ...N A. Lyxcn, BIARIAN P1s'1'15RsEN, XYPIRA CARTY .l1ICllI,lll'l'SllI'1J CIHlUl1I'ffe'i4'... ........ l1ll.LI.XN V. l1AM1zER'r, GLADYs LYNCH, EMMA IJRXNCES CHASE MEMBERS Mr. Alldt'l'SU11 Miss lilldlllllll linnnzi FVZIIICOS Vlmso Ann' Lyons Miss 1'2ll'Ibl'llfOl' Miss So1'o11sn11 l-'rznxk Imy Ardis l12ll'SPll Mr. Filflilll Mr. Nlmrt llvlvn Iinnlup Glenn 310011 Miss l"1'om-111:111 Miss Sfl'2lXPl' Mz11'gz11'vt l'lV2l1lS Miss Ruhlf Miss l+'z1lkl1-1' Miss 'l'e1'1'y lflrlitli I"1l1'Syf11P Nudinel Nay Miss Gregg Miss Tunis llzifriv Ftll'fSCl1 l-Ivzl Olney Miss Gillznn Miss Wwivel' fi, H. F:11'1'vll Rllfll lioyfl' Miss G1l2ll'Cll'l' Vela-stil A1'111st1'1111g Mz11'::1i'0t l"llll0l'tUll K:ltl1l'3'11 Hnlvlr Miss H1131-1' Iiditli AIlill'l'Sllll Iiusc- 121110110 Waltvi' llnfliei' 1 Miss llngrefe Iirlnzi Btlfjfll Lucy Gigvi' Mzlrlys SCllNV2ll'k Q Miss llvzlrst lrelle BEll'1P9l' Ilnrutliy Hzlnlon 44411111111 Smith Miss .lm-sson lclllllll' l5llI'Cll llclvil llullis Rllfll Sclnnicklv , Miss Kiinpp BIill'gll0l'lT0 lil'l'Cllll1'l' llwiglit Jaiiivs I-'lnwiice Sliold Miss l.:11nlw1't Glenn I:1'UXVll lflllvn Killr-n I'Jo1'utl1y Snmlling , Mr. l1yllCll 1 Miss 1131-rin E Miss l'oto1's011 Miss I'1'il1l1lu l':1nl Hrowii Yelnnl I11'UXVll f1e1't1'11de l11'ow01' Vera Uzxrty John Fntlei' k M Lncile IfIllCkP1'll0Clit'l' Anna Kelly Glznlys lzVllCll Luster l.z1l:1n I':21l'l llillldilll 1 1 lI2ll'l2lll 'l'e111ploto11 I,:1u1'z1 XVlllf2ilil'l' Imris XVolst0a1d llulwrtlly XViIl1n' in Wllll-ng Pugr Taco Hzuzdrfd Four x 67a mf' ' Q. 1 Z r 1- TT 'A aw 1 a w ffce K-XX!! OLD QQLD If .V K Q ,W l L A. 1 I1 .1 if . . . LE At the first 1111-1-t111g' ol flll' -Yl'2Il'. 1l11- lIII'llIlIPI'Sll1II ol tl11- EIlg'lISlI I'l11l1 ,, 1-1-211-lin-fl its limit ol' titty. with Il lzirga- waitiiig' list. Thi- 4-o11stit11tio11 has In-1-11 ' lk! 3 111114-11d1-d so sis to z1d111it all nhow- tht- first .YI'2lI' who lI2IYll il 1-1-1'ta1i11 z1111o1111t of l c-rt-dit or who em- IlI2lj0I' studl-11ts ill E11Q'lisl1. . 1 1116111111 1' ol' tl11 English I lulm who could IIOI lu- PI'1lSI'Ill Wllilll thu- group pit-t11r1-s for thi- OLD GOLD ws-rv 13lIOI0g'I'2Il7lll'll. took tl11- 1-ourse in Advziiif-1-Il Expositioii hy vo1-1-1-spo11mle11c-v. For om- 2lSSlQ'IIIIII'IIf slim- wrotm- il VI-ry "lit1-1-- ary" p1'oductio11 for 4-1-1-dit. :md slim- also wrote- l'or fun and for "good IlIt'iISIII't'u tl11- l'ollowi11g': R "My dt-:ir l'l'Of0SSOI'-. Iiehold II product of thi- st11d1-11t mind! A so1111c-I. I'vQ at-Iiim-V1-d :it Inst. with t'2II'l'. Striving to QL-I 1-zich lim- :1 Iitth- shziro 1 .... .. . I Ut IIIOIIIIIIIQ. ottm-11 d1ft1c11It to find. I ' Hiily il l'llj'lll1'Sil'l' poor. dm-Void of skill, 1 I diligi-11tIy S02lI'Cl1 filI'lQ'IllllllgS IIGXY. , As. lZllItll'lllg long to li1'l'lI the 1111-'It-'I' t1'111-. I I , . . , l'4lIlI'fPt'lI lIl'lIlZlllI0f91'S 14-1'lo1'cv I f1II. . I I .1 YVI15' Nlltilllll I striw- to Clllflviltfx il tasti- V1 For INIOIIIH couched in high. hc-roic st1':1i11? The old It:1Ii:111 iiiustf-rs ziro disgraced. I . . . ' Ry thi- pool' thing I 111 thi- I-11d :1tI:1111: Tho tiim- spa-11t o11 this I-X1-1'c'isv is wasti- I'11h-ss Rl grade- iii I-Inglish III I gain. Yours si11CQ-1'oIy, ,-Vg In-Iphn 1mvis", G 1-J , 1-1 , -s 1' 1- 1 , 5, 11. Y fl? "5 3- - -.X ,fi hs: "V, , 1' A Nixjf-.. 5-'it iff , ,J - - -,-'-2' .MV L: f5, ALx 1,1 ' Pagf Tfwo II1u11l1'mlI"I-rf k.1 , 1924, QLD Goth Lirst 1' v-lmuch. Newinfui, Hllfflll'lI1 Riris. Harrison. St'1n4lin -I numtt. B-Iss. Lfirlson, love Bell, Thompson, Yttlllll. Ilunter Iiuther 11 idiy Johnson. 1 lurnsey. x x 1' I X E ' 3 Q X : ' ox '. - C . , gg I ' Q , Second l'llXYfxVlllf2lkE'1', Quinby, XVise, Oldis, Palmer, Spiegelberg ., . 5: 'I 1 . H , , Lf , , I ' ol . , I X 1 i i w 1 'ui , t O C5 OFFICERS President ........, . . . . . . . .EsTHER QUINBY Secretary-1'1'e11suwr . . . . .AIARIE H.kRRISON Svnrial Svrirnrr luh The Social Science Club is one of the older college organizations. lt has for its object the promotion of interest in present day problems in History, Poli- tics, and Economics. Faculty members, and students, who have taken a mini- mum of ten hours of work in the Social Sciences, are eligible to membership. Meetings are held at least once a month, at which time interesting talks are given by instructors and students. Outside speakers are obtained when possible. ,"'7s Ui"'Q Jw" Q A 'Arn , il ' f 'A v pf. -5. dug- t Page Taco l'lzmdrfd.S1x ff tel" t Q-A, .""Ny'm Y 'K t i . 1 r , E? all H fi 11 ti 2 5. 1 1 7, w K A 1974 2 5 ,, l Q Svtnux Glluh Motto .... ................. R 2lSkl Rasuli C'l'o Bind Closerj i 3 i 1' lf P, f fffip I f Emblem . . ..,........... Bow and Arrow 4 A Colors ..4. ..... R ed and NVhite I Flower . . .,..... Red Rose ' Mmiiaaas l Ruth Pratt ....... .... lf Ilkton Mildred Tenge ..... Yankton l Viola Steuerwald ...... XVolsey Charlotte lluuu . ..... Yauktou Laura Sollieim . . .... Sioux Falls Ardell Shurtlelf . . . .... Parker l Helen Re Qua. . . .... Sioux Falls Clara Fossum . . . .... Pierpont Laura Peterson . .... Sioux Falls Mary McGraw . . .... . . .Hecla Margaret Detlie ........ Sioux Falls Gena Audersou . . . .. . .Sioux Falls it Mrs. W. G. Solheim ..... Sioux Falls Mamie White . .... Sioux Falls 1 Carrie Xesby ........... Dell Rapids Olga Reisetter . .. ...... Colton MO Esther Rae . . ..... Madison lVauda lVilder . . .... Sioux Falls a'TJ-:KR ' idx L 1 ' Azii ,jr 1 Si ici l ' QM-f'Gf .1"?"+ Page Taco r1,,n,f,-az .mm if 6 I 6'- - - 2 2 - , I - X 2 B - - , - q y co G 1924 . ,W , Q Q Q ,, ,ff vw ,, 4. J' V gf ff Ei M 5 gm 2 x A i mm 5' if I P' A E in '56, QQQSQEQ, 'h +P' 32 M ff Q, if .4 gal 84332: ik.. 1 39 I IXGIG fx V'-if fs? '13 :Tl 'ED I ,QQ 'faa:.w!FX k . 1 gx ,mf ' FQ' -It W S- 115.5 . 339: lg.-,'!P, Page Truro Hundred Ezght gy a 2 :, 2 ' 1 1 , 1 ' y v C3 23: 2 4 . fn Gm- yy Square ann Qlnmpann Glluh 6 i ? C9 I'resid1:nt ...... Voice Presidenz' .... 5 SeC1'cta1'y-T1'eaSzn'e1' .. E House Manager . . . 1 Q 1 i 4 E. Alexander 1 4 M. M. Bailey 1 .Q louis Begeman l l'. F. Bender 5 R. Boardman i H. S. Bllfflllll i L. E. Buswcll 4, S. Buchanan . R. Brown 1 E. J. Cable , J. W. Charles 3 I. S. Condit Organized 1921 VV. K. Cook Conrad J. G. QF W5 QQ Q0 E H . w UU Q1 5 1 5 m 2 H Q25 m . W - . w mm Q E3 ,H 52 - v-4 Fw 5 Q, , :G 5 5 W Q gg QEQS Q 3 Q Q Q w In md E 5 7 2 5 w A H 4owZ O E. Hendrickson E. Hanshew Winfield Scott T. A. Spurgin 1! 1 xx N X fm I wF1a3.1Pr1r1:H V1 22Q:GrQQW I 'U G frgtzigtgg-gg 1355365 QHDWQWSQQ .iff "i 92. "f"f 0. dawg' .iw gxjhfw H Hndmoew Ngiayi-l:w'l t Q' 5 rg .... wijl V?5Fwi5FP 4' Pi Dj FD w5?Eg5EE5 Zfifmacsc -.r-H rr- ,-,- : D- QNQ: w FD C3 3 B .22 ' 5 G5 P14 .- SQFQSIFFUQ 221. -, . fr' my 129595 if - 1 :lr-s 11,12 39:5 E::?5335 DEEEQQ E ,,,-1"D ' ,L. WEE 4 x l -fi Page Tfwo Hundred Nine .lg 95 ca 7 1 2 'J 2 3 'J 2 - OLD G01-Dy Glerilian C5129 Glluh Q5 1 I I ci i i 2 FO PM sizlcznt ..... Vive I'4rw.s1'fl011t. . . Sevrvfary ..... T1'euszl1'u' . , Ilifrmztor ..... . Avvfnnfpalzzlvt .. lkarhara Broadie ll0l'0fllY Ilvlings Uma Moffett lvy Rico Mao Slaughter ldtlnll Divderick flortrnde Glass Iitllcl Short lflllll Bell lllllll Knittel Isalwl Scott Organized 1888 OFF I 1 'ERS MEMBERSHIP FIRST SOPRANO lilizalneth Elgl'llllQy Helen IVOS N0l'lllZl Rvaney Mary Saylor Margaret Taylor NEUUND SOPRANO Margaret Fullerton Dora Kettlitz Margaret '1'hmnps0n Ruth XVilsnn ALTO Alva Hockott Margaret Nillllllall .. 5- f ,,.'2 111-.cl-41 ' NIU VKJNL CN Page T120 Ilurzdred Ten ...........Rr7'rn ........GENEv1EvE BELL I1AYS . . . .MARGARET FIYLLERTON OMA lVl0FFETT .Mrs ELIZABETI1 B. SCHMIDT Miss lwclmt REDING G0llOVlPVP Hays Ellen Killen l"l0l'0llC4' R4-ed Gladys Silshy lNl1'0lfllY XVytl1 Lois Gill Alicv Kint, Marion Tlmrpe Esther Rointz Gladys Swain livolyn Holtllans HZ: 5 hifi cvxg' -15' gi., -gr, Xin ' 'Eli Elni Xu v .rw ' it 1'9" V! . ye , ' Ri ,.,...V...-.-...S 0 74 X ff" iff? 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I ,Yu IMY ' I I I I I MICBIHICIKSIIIP I 2 I FIRST NHPHAXH I I Luis .lvstur Ilziurzx Hlw-ly I'm-lvu Lluullxn -Iillltl H1ll'Kll'l' ' I I : Ruth Ilzlrkdull Bl1ll'M1ll'tf 4liII'v11 4lr:11'4- I.mImI1' Kznthryll Rolrlv 5 ' Hpal Iizlllilm-1' .lusvplminw III-llm-14 Luc-illv Millvl' I4'1II1'4-111-II Stmllu-s ' ' Zulu 1'2ll'V0l' Mzwiznn PIUIIIIUI' Ingvllmrut Mivlsun Miriam Wilvy Y Hum-I IIIIIIITIIIII Iiditll .I1-11115' Mzlriv Imllisq- I':lrli BIIIIIIIU XVIISHII 5 xIJll'il'2lI'l'f Vuxllwlly I-hlith .IHIIIISUII Ilildu IH-I1-1'smI Mnzvllzl ZIllIIllt'I'Ill1lIl I I I Lyslv lilu1el'sm1 Hlwxtf-In-11 .Image XIi1'i:lm I"n1m I I I, S1-:wuxn SHI'II.XNH I I III-lon lhltvs AIIl1'.IHI'I1' lrimh-1'ic'Ic Nlzulsv liustvtc-1' Luviv l'n1-I4-1' ,I I Myrrlv Ii1'4m'1u-II I':V2lIIQt'IIlll' I-'I-11111-II I':4lIl4'l' Ilnlny I'I'I'I1Il'K' IIIIIIIPS I IIII'1l1IIll llilzl II:lxvI II:11111:1In ,Xmml Kurt' Willifrwl Ifidvl' tj II Lyla Iizly Mrs. Many Ilmlth Nolliv 1lVl'I'IllIIZ"I' III-ssiv ZIIIIIHCI' I xIill'IP Iivzxns IIIIIII IIIIIPUI' IIIIIIQI I'ZlllIilI4'I' Il11II1 Lylm 1 AI.'I'H I Hzntliv l"Hl'fSi'Il IIIIix:IIu-th Ilillv .XIIw1't:I I.. Inlay I,zIm':1 Iiulflains 51 Nmvmi 1I1'fIllIlZlIlll I.11vilm- llmw- Min-I Mmm-I AIJIVIIIJI Niplf- 'V 'w IfY:l N'I'l'I'W4m1I JI .--N A U-1 Jax "T1.. r idfxtw, Ivy Q I I I , f If '- FN 5 ff ' XJDL L31 ,ff ,V L ' Ri: M ' X .,: -,,,.fx4, .N .A Q , , " xv.--.. -' Pagr Tutu ll11m11'u1 Eff-1'f'2z 1924 J x E591 Glantn C5122 Qlluh OKGAXIZEIJ l92Z3 OF I4' I CE RS ...M1's. MEMISERSIIIP FIRST SOPRANO KIQIXIHO Forguson I7.u1'notta Frantz Murgxarot Johnston Vatlxerine Patterson lflorvnce Smith SICFONIJ SOPRANO Bl2ll'j0l'lC I'lH11llllCl' litlwl Horn Xlilclrod 1xIO1'Q,'illl Ruby Siunners lim Walter ALTO .Xnlm li. fV4l'lHI2Zlll Ethel Nelson lifiulwlle Storm- liwlyn Thomas ,f'Z'f' '12, Y J' 2' ,Lx rs. i'1con, FERREIAL ISVRNETTA FRANTZ IXIAYME FERGUSON ISIQIJIAH FI,ETo11ER El,lZ.XBli'l'll 13. SCIIINIIDT ..........lv.x lXI1?SB,xC1I 's. Uocil LxUl'l'l'1l Ilnth Hanson Kl2ll'Q,'Hl'Cf Maxwell Kzltllleen Portol' Eva Suurhallo 1l'lI'jJjllC1'llO Hanson Annette McMillan Mabel Ryan Altadinn Yan Alstyno Ku thryn NVilkv lUl'lli1 l.ylo Y0l'1lGft2l Schnuidt Yvrdu 'l':1ylo1' rr.-:D 1 4 1 I L l,l'K'.SZ.fIC'IIf ...... l V'il'P Pl'0Sl'lI01lf .. X Sm'rffa1'yj ...... 5:5 TI'm"ClSlll'17I' .. i Dircvfor ..... 5 Ar'r'm1zpan1's1' .. E .Tvzuu-tra liurns f Renlzlll Flotcher 1 , Mollm, Hays 4 7 SZIVIL Ordonox i Q t'm':1 M510 Hocknday ' 1 l'o1'otl15' l'll21'l0S lmrfl Hood Ruth Miclmelson . liliznzlmotll Silillllilffll Q Mu1'g:11'0t M. XV:1g:ne1' 15 Imnu J. f'1ll'lS0ll Q Annkx fix-:lcv McNally ' Effie S'tvw:n't e-1-if Gio l . QQ .JJ ' ' ,f-12' -1'1"-,Q xff .w,"f,g 5, 5425 Vie '. :H fr 'JN 4, -4-M gr-.4-. -1 AQ . 'n iq' 1 - -wj x,1LcLi,7l""'. Y EJ: ' X fav, ljllfll' Tico Ilurldrfd Tfwflwf x yfg 'I ,f----s-,Xx h . tf TK I I ,..f-----,Ak .7-K.-...x II fm . ,,--X f' Xb- . Q I 52 A ' F .L K ,-- V I I L? 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I .-1.Q5i.s1'11n1' IZu.w'n4,w.w .IIanr1yfr. . . ...., HAROLD E. 011,15 Q l,I'IlIII'Nf .................. . . .Hwy I'0l.l.Ixs ,yiig I X I lf I I I in I I I I 1 I 2 I I X I I - gg "Nay l'1ff' yo! fl baby hmthm' Xf'L'c'r frvmml 10 IIIITI' hjm nufhvr," II H 3' F-' X4 fJ'.L,:M....L-. ,-...,......... ,.-...........- ,Lak "-'h"f""' """"i " ' , I"""-""" """',I'X , I " I ,flip f ga .,.,-,.,.,,W.,. , ,.,,,,,,,,, ffxzj A Lx ..1,..-,-..,.............,, ., ..,-,- .. ,,.... V . ,..-....,................-..-.......... ff , I ns - - I-. I ' f 1 .--1 -.-,.,..........-.,m.. ..,,,, M I ,f ,-q,,,...M,,,,,,.,, gy, 'ff jf, A Pagf Taco Hundred Thirteen NX gwllf' ,L W Mlm --NX fx K 'C ly J, xx v yy X54 X 'HW x X2 1 ll 'Q' ,IX 'Ax 1 f X fl l ! X w . Nl q i I A if 1 5531 I A I I I X F3 1 l Ql . l l C.i'DE"x'l:D El1HLIlJHhIlLII'5 Q? E v l l Ulf'lf'Il'l'IlZS H35 - , V ga W l'.rf.wlf nf ......... ............ . ..lf1cI:NlIc lxxllwslcx h l 1 H l Sw:-1 lfrzjlf-l1'm.w1'f r . . . . . .l4I'1XVIN IIIQNSIQY l l lI1'1'm'2'fn' .......... .... ll lr. YVM. IIAYS l f L'lI:S'l' IIQNOI: f Irwin liillllllllhilvll ll2ll'l'.Y lloscll lrl ll. lgllXl0Il l Willizuu l'111g'lc111:1 , t SICVHXD TICXHR 1 VllIl'P1ll l32ll'l'Pll lim-llllvlll l'l1'i'IlCll Rolwrl lflllllll' l+'1'z1m'eis lirigrgs Max l'lz11'k X f 1:A1:1IoN12 Q ' llcorge l'l1111'czl1ill Willis llvnl R. C. Knight N ll lleslor llalzm lmwis H4-rsey Mvrlv llezltln lmss ll Allznu l'gl'OWl1 lmflzlir Hells Rollin Slowns tj Vx STOVOII Patlvo Paul VVm-zltlmerly Q11 X l' ,-f'7?Rx-TXEX fx, K ffx N A-M faww Qyix -- ,M - fl ffxf' xi fx " ' 3 ' Q ,,. A "" N X-X ., Q 2,11 - -4: ll jig' - ., '1Vlf?f5i Q- ,:1 fb- -1.1: Page Tfwo Iizzndred Fourteen ' .' -J ,, .wx ,,,,f"41 ...,,,,, 1, XXX ., ,, 3 1924 OLD GOLD 3 -. . "Iii . rf, Kg, I I i 1 ' x G " ... Glnllvgv Manil 3... 1 E I w w 1 w 1 : , 014 P II mas E E F. L. AfCf'IiIi.XIH'. .. ........... ... ...... l.'0mluwlm' E ' GI-nomar: XV. IIILL .... .... . qfllfllllf lmuflcz' E 5 H.XRRY' A. 'I'1mMl-sox ........... 191'vs'z'flw11f Q ' I E. Illcfmux ...... ..N4'l'I'I7ffll'jj-TI'f'Il.SIlI'lI' ' . ROSTER .J I'Il'UI.U I. FLAT t'I.AllINICT XV111. Svvwilu Vhlllzwe ffurtis CIARINIQTS' 3 XY111. Lynclx V. Iirown F. TIIOIIIIISOII I A. IPllI'Il11t Ii. 511911111111 SAXOI'I'IOX1'IS ' IL Gzxddis J. Iluut IL IZ1-own I.. Iislms-01: C0 HNICT S R, XV11llg1c4- Il. Kuudseu II. IFIIOIIIIISOII J, 111-ollizu' II. Louthzxn .l. Lynch I-'HEXFH IIOIRNS I.. Hells R. J01111S011 41. 1If'RI'I4I6 B. Ibillou Il. I1:u'1'iga1' fl. 1"l11'isti:111su11 'VROMRUNICS I.. mx ma. 1'l1lll'l'IlIU In wmro C5 IlARI'l'ONIC BASS E. T'fl'OCk1Il2lIl R. Imy N I'I2Rf'IfSSION I E. Burch JI. Fifzgomld ILASSOON DRVM MAJOR I.. Horsey F. 0. Young v I, 1. dmv .. X f:,'? E1 f X ' I 4 L- I ' A I 'W 'I .ff . "?' HJ I ' At vii' 3197? K 19 4 ' H 1,., :.' , Page Tfwo Hundred Fifteen X gg fi IX? lf f F I 4- XS I lil Presidcnf ..... Vice-P1'0s1'rlw ni .... Sc'c-retary-Trca.vz1rar . Business ,lla nager .... Assisfam' Business fllcmageir. . . Tru nsporfafiooi Manager ......... ............ Assisfrmf fI'ransp0rtati0'n fllanagffrs. ...... BEEN Joseph Vander Veer Ruthe Fuller Maria Terese Nixt Helene Glenny Velma Brown Harriet Miller VVilbur McKinstry Richard Day Marguerite Hansen VVallace Curtis Marion Thorpe Paul VV3Ttf1ll21I1 Janies Fitzgerald T Q I Iwi , , Page Tfwo Hundred Sixteen i .IH I I i f, OT , w-if If- QNX JJ I IX l ,XJ I l 1 I 1 i L I 1 f X ii ,gg ii f 5, ,f ,...cEf3.,- .T......V, G1 ll GB t II PQP IT P51361 Igii , 'EE OFFICERS ,F 3 El . . . . . . .RUTIIE FULLER l ANNETTE BICBIILLAN 1 F I . . . .HELENE GLENNY 5 . . .RIOIIARD DAY i f I . . .CORA WERNER l . . . . . . . . .ROLLIN STEVENS ' IE KNIIDSEN, HEXRRY THOMPSON MEMBERS , Bernie Knudson Ruth Miller f Bruce Wallace James McFz1dzen 1 , LeClair Eells Ross Newton I George Churchill Grace Wiler ' Rollin Stevens Helen Wiler Cleon Young Harry Thompson lNIargaret Wagner Marjorie Diederich Theodora Messirschmidt Audrey Burns Marlys Schwark Annettc McMillan ,. Alpha Ladd Cora Werner I Ruth Michaelson Franklin Thompson Mr. Floyd VViler Prof. F. L. 1uCCl'92ll'y ii Robert Fuller Lewis Horsey xl iv vi Nm A if: f-:ILL YL I LJ'-'3 if!!-" f fflffgs JI 'fy' f will wlilff M11 ' kv gif, :'f14f ' filsvffff lb,-1 I, X, 4 i K . 1924 o X' . . .OLD t OLD G Jlnma Stair Elearhrra Glnllegv tfbrrheaira The Iowa State Teachers College Orchestra ex- emplifies several years of conscientious endeavor un- der its present directorship. Emerging from a XX make-shift organization without balance or musical X qualities, the orchestra has now attained the sem- blance of a miniature symphony. To establish an amateur orchestra of high stand- 'T' ard superficiality, indifference and lack of musical p understanding are merely a few obstacles that con- Q4 front a director. This difficult course of experi- X ence has been traversed by the I. S. T. C. orchestra ,li until it stands forth today as one of the best amateur orchestras in the State. 1? The orchestra has made trips to various cities during the past two years, E i meeting with splendid success and creating surprise among the musical public. An important feature concerning the merit and standard of performance is re- Q Hected by the distinctive and unique contract with the Plaza Theatre manage- Q ment in VVaterloo. This contract called for six symphony concerts at the 1 5 theatre, one a month for the present season-each concert to precede the regu- 5 lar moving picture performance. Q The attempt 'to raise the standard of music in moving picture houses" re- E sulted in increasing attendance at each performance until packed houses greeted l the orchestra with an inspiring enthusiasm. Z i Space will not permit a list of compositions performed at these concertsg 3 suffice to say that the best literature of the classical composers was appreciated ' with an applause that endorsed the worthy purpose of the orchestra and its E f director. Z For the betterment and advancement of musical appreciation, to bring the 5 best orchestral music to the people, to meet the public at least half way with ll its program of Heducational entertainment"-such is the mission of the Iowa i State Teachers College Orchestra. l ll, Sv f.-l...-"' Y'-.,,.T.': Q FN . "N, Q C9 ll t ,Wt- Qfv li N, Q Sli 6' X 'F tlg Es fi yfjc 42,5 gig. -HFC, 'sr 5: , az' 'uv' Page Tfwo Hundred Se-'centeefr . 1, .ru + l - 1 '. I 1 . F i ti I Y 1924 1 ' Q i Q 5 Mrs. Moir. Miss Boo11101'. Miss 1I:1ig11t. Mrs. I11'O1V11. Evelyn A1'q110tte S 1.11d01'. 1 Mildrod Everts, 111411111 C1y1l1ilIl, Louise E1St'111311, I101'1l 110011, Judith Chase, Graco 1 1 1111119 f'011l'f01', 11111121 fYTZlI'1SU11, 1l'l'11f:' 1'121l'1lO1'. 1C1'11l2l 1,4.ga11, 1114-z Miller, C111-11 Tl1o11111- 8011. Ruth A1411'i11g.f1-. 1,Jo1'ot11y 1':1y11v. 1.111111 1Vv11s, ll1i11lL'119. 1S1'o1111+-c-lm, M111'gz11'v1 N:111111:111. Kgg, 1Cv01y11 11o1t11z111s. 1i2lf1l1'j'l1 1101111. F1-1'11 1"111'1OX. Natalie Naigh-, 1V1'vt11:1 Tt'ilt01', Ga-1't1'11c1e IQOXIIOIGS, Flny Auril. 3Iil1'j0l'10 M0111yv1', M:11'io11 MCD11ffi0. Zinrtlett 1-lull 11111159 Olnunril 1101111 of lla!! .... .................... . ............... B 11111' 141. I1.11u11T 0'ffI't'l'l'.S nfllnll ..., .. .ALIUE 1500111-112, M1-S, T. C. M11111, Mrs. ALMA 141, 1'gRO1VN O14'13'I1'E11S P1'es1'fIw11l .. EVELYN ARQ1'1:'1"1'1i NI'f'f't'fClI'jj . . . , .J1'D1'1'11 CHASE 1 T1'ea.v1c1'c1' .................. . . .ANNA CARLSON C,'l1a1'r11w11 of 3011111 f'0111m1'f1've. . . . . .ALINE COURTIQR l1'epm'fer . . . . .NV1z1f1'r11.1 TE11T12R ,, ., A ,S 7 . A ,il , Mgt' ' 53' - 49 ' " Q . Page Tfwo Hundred Eighteen 1 3 - U 1 1 Page Taco I1II7ldl'Fd4YilIFfr"Fll Page Taco Hundred Tfwenty 1924 , row G01-ll' I I lmnmrrfz Athletir Aiaznriatiun I ORGANIZED 1923 I The purpose of this Association is to foster among the Women of Iowa , 1 State Teachers College interest and participation in Athletics, to increase phy- i sical efficiency and to develop a higher degree of sportsmanship as Well as school and class spirit. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL I 5 OFFICERS H Prcsiclcnt ....... ............ . . .EDNA CLYMAN , Vice Prestidrni .... .... G ERTRUDE MILL Secretary ..... ...... E VA OLNEY ,-If-, 'I'1'easurer . . . .......... CLARA HANSEN ? Historian .................... .... B ERNICE HUEssELMANN E Chairman, of Social Committee .... ....,.......... E THEL SHORT 5, Faculty Representatives .......................... Miss XVILD, Miss SWEIGARD n - I sPoRT MANAGERS 3 Hockey . . ...................... . . .Clara Witter Soccer ..... ..Anna Carlson Swimming . . . .... Elaine Haven Tennis ..... Hazel Cace Track ..... .Frances Horak Basketball . . . . . .Ruth Aldridge Volley Ball .... .Harriette Egan Baseball .... Geneva Fober l Field Ball ......... Dorothy Mueller Q2 Simple Team Games .... ..... D olores Thoma i Hiking ............. . . .Leah Mae Nefzger il Ll f ri? -HW ITF? K fm I it QQ f AK' 'fc 1' x 0, n v, .4 1 1 Q Y w f I I 4 Q 5 2,4 Q V ' .x ,A tif, I , X " ff TQ , VAX x f ,1 5 If ' Q 1 1 - f ,. Y X X A 1, i E ! 4 1552 F law 9 lf' YJ Q 5 I , 1 I 1 p ' . I V H V i 1 . . w 5 i 1 , I L5 Q F- V W ' Wx rv fi fvl N' v---,Z-vi-J .--1-H I O-P X K . f J - 1Y f '5 ,km 3-41, X- N ' ,',J...., J I f' D ,Q Q--"M"-'-"' -3 if ,fx Yr if X' """""""'-""""-"""'11f'jj3 V j j- ifTi""""""""""""T""ZT"""T1J' 97 Page Tfwo Hundred Twenty-one X Y i vt ,J +- I . A 1 r 1 I ,qt '- 1 -NN fi -- '5 fffk 4--X- f NAXQLU G W J Q! MN Kfx-X N . N f 2 1 X X l I f 1 if. I . ff fx QS? 3 fx ifif J '05 Q Q if-' fic W Q 2 Q w 1 i ? 5 + 5 3 i i l U F51 ? Y 1 E3 M , E0 cr NM l ,MN ,Airy f-TEX' I kg-w .........,...w..g1-e2g f1g fL Q3 f.J'iw wif Page T100 Hundred Tfwenty-two w.,,gg.J,. 3--1' 4 1 5 la ll l l G l if smpln 0111111 F9 fi President . ...... Vice President ..... Secretary-Treaszfrer . Monica Wild Marjorie Cooke Mildred Gardner Geneice Hollis Esther Rae OFFICERS MEMBERSHIP lris Wilson Anna Carlson Ruth Aldridge Hazel Cave Ruth Mahachek f' as Y' M ,Q . Q Q. 'ba vfdg 'Sze' . . . .CLARA WITTER ........HrXZEL CAVE . . . . .RUTH LIAHACHEK Gertrude Mill Gladys Parker ' Clara Witter Mabel Sampson Genevieve Townsend 761 Page Tfwo Hundred Tfwenty-three U 1924 LD GOLD' A i IN I I I , r Tl , 66 'N 1 I 1 Sf-4' Q 1 I Lllifv Samng Glnrpz OFFICERS Presidefnt ...... ........... . . .Muxidx R. VVILD Vice President .................. ...Denis E. WHITE Secretary-Treasurei' .............. . . . ..... CLARA WITTER Cha,irma'1i of Publicity Committee. .. ............ BERNICE WALLACE Medical Officer ................... ...... I gLANCHE HENAK WHITFORD I nstruetor ................... MIXRJORIE COOKE Mates ..... .... E VELYN ARQUETTE, J UDITH CHASE Captain . . . ............... LI'Il.X E. SVVEIGARD CJREWS WCJRKING UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE CAPTAIN CREW NO 1 Harriette Egan Hazel Cave Judith Chase Elizabeth Payne Bernice Wallace Alwilda DeJong Leila Woolverton Martha Dawson Marjorie Cooke Alina Becker Blanche Henak Whitforfl CREW NO 2 Clara NVitter Maurine Fink Bernice HIIOSSQIIIIHHH Evelyn Arquette Sara Canfield Gladys Akin Frances Horak Elaine Haven Ruth Howard Doris E. VVhite E , WIVLYZI4, -:AI , , 'N X I fig Sm MTL? 'IIIIIIIIU-I 'fl' .V K- .. QQKKV H ,Z . Q .. Page Tfwo Hundred Tfwenly-four 4 F S 3 1 24 off G01 Glhr Qlnllege Egv DOROTHY SMALLING Local 'ind Alumni Editor f L I N di 23 1 f Q X 5 4 .Q X . . r 2 1 Q I 5 F 1 EARL M. LONDON GLENN MOON Editor-in-chief Business Manager ' ASSOCIATE EDITORS l Feature .... .......................................... A ltha Curtis l . . . 1 Literary .. ............. ............. L H0116 KH1Ck91'lJOCk8T News .. . ................ Harry Thompson Jokes .... . . . Leila W'oolverton, Penny Durant L Sports . . ..,........... Parmie Garrarnoni VVillis Dent, George Mavrelis Z mcn i AN L M : ip fA Ly' QE ?" KW Pagf Two Ilundrnl Tfwenty-ffvf Fi' 6 1924 X X OLD GOLD X 1 1524 GPH! fhnlh A -s I I if l ,.. 15 y HELEN LESLIE DUNLAP ff- Editor-in-chief 2 l n J 4:9 fi i 1 E E . i ELMER R. BURCH LEE T. SMILEY Business Manager Art Editor K? E The 192-1 Old Gold Staff takes this opportunity to extend their sincere thanks to all. who, through their interest and eo-operation, have made it possible to record another chapter of Teachers College Life within the pages of the Old 5 Gold. i S A -tEPf"lf Q ,xv J f U . MX L "S N I Weave- my Page Tico Hundred Tfwznty-six i g, Q9 l nj elim ,L 9 Em 1' , 92.4 I 2 r i i Q 1 ti? Q Aaanrialr Annual Staff Associate Editor ................ .................... il Iargaret Fullerton Associate Business Manager .. ........ Dwight James Associate Art Editor ...... .. Franklin Thompson Snap Shot Editor ........ ..... N Vretha Teater Humor Editor .... .......... P aul Brown Athletic Editor .... Freshman B. A. . . . . Kindergarten .... Primary ..... ..... Junior College ........ Public School Music Home Economics .... Commercial ....... Manual Arts .... , S. A. Lynch Lillian Lambert ADVISORY BOARD W. A. Vtfalters Hazel Strayer R. W. Getchell 'U-SQ A Bert Van Der Brink Clarice Huesselmann Lydia Wells . . . . . Bertha Fischer . . . . . . Alice Meyer . . . Mildred Morgan . . . . . Natalie Nagle . . . . . Cora Thompson . . . .... Hollynd Sherwood W. B. Fagan Agnes Pole ' .,, i it 1 s 0' R! 6 97, .' x ' 1 of-qkALv'5 - i t I. 'P a n i g 1 5 .i -I - I J H . H . I. g . I nge Tun Hundr rd Tuenly-seven S42 1 r C OLD G01-U i C--:r M N ffl: 4-QACHF , aj L'Q,1' E 3 AX w-1 5 EQ-i',F I Page Tu H 4 dT 1 "ffg L" f 1 4: 1 l X. l l K 2 - 5 'E PJ 1 lgnung wnmvnn Glhrintian Aaanriatinn E? CABINET General Secretary .. ....... .. President. .,..... . Vice President. . . Secretary ...........,...... Treasurer ................... Undergraduate Representative. . . Finance Chairman .....,..... Meetings Chairman ...... Membership Chairman ..... Publicity Chairman ......... World Fellowship Chairman ....... Social Service Chairman ............. Social Service Chairman Substitute .... Church Co-operation Chairman ..... Social Chairman. . . ...... . . . . ADVISORY BOARD .. . . . . .Grace Aitchison . . . . . . . .Ruth Forsberg . .Emma Frances Chase ..........Irene Barber ........Hazel Cave . . .Elsie McE1hinney . . . . . . .Clara Witter 5 . . . .Celeste Armstrong 5 . ,. .Elizabeth Sage I . . . . .Ruth Pratt . . . . . .Dora Hood . . .Gladys Rowland . . .Leila Woolverton . . . . . .Frances Carlson C . . ,Margaret Fullerton ' l , Doris E. White V Amy Arey, Chairman Anna Legget Mrs, J. W. Charles Mary E. Haight Anna Gertrude Childs Marion McFarland VValker Bertha Campbell Q N 1 f f Q2:Xw Aj XXQ A Nj " ,"fA"fi ..,.'gfN5Lj-j'-T-"-"'-'-"-'ijljjlf' lflf - l - M--- we fy' -1 A 1' sv' ,"iAf'r'i- -.....-.......-.....L..--.--iM A355 'iii Gif: . iQ1'f'fN' , Y"xfQ?7ffj7 Page Two Hundred Tfwenty-nine I I X - 2 2 .ffiiwlm 192CCLD ef"mmsX "Here friendship lights the fire, and every heart, Sure of itself, and sure of all the rest. X l, l C ii v i 6:2 F? Dares to be true, and gladly takes 'its' part, For open romrerse, bringing forth its' bestf, -Van Dyke. With the closing of nineteen hunderd twenty three the Young Women's Christian Association of Teachers College finished the thirty seventh year of its work. Could a survey be made of its' leadership, its, uplift for Christian liv- ing and the definite results in Christian experience during all these years, the sum total would, without doubt, be a great inspiration., The aim of the organ- ization is to extend to every young woman on the campus a friendly welcome, to provide opportunity for social friendships, and to Widen and deepen the de- votional spirit among its' members. The devotional services have been stressed especially, this year, with gratifying results. .The Morning Watch Meetings and the Sunday Vesper services are marked with Worship and devotion and great interest is shown. ' ' HDad" Elliott 's three day series of meetings is perhaps the most outstanding event in the year. These resulted in several scores of definite decisions, besides a general quickening in religious interest throughout the student body. The fol- low-up work was ably taken care of by Mr. Bell of Chicago, and Bruce Curry of New York City, who conducted training classes for the leaders of discussion groups . The f'Freshman Commission" has become operative since Miss Aitchison has become the secretary. The consists of a number of Freshman girls who are being trained for future leadership in the Y. W. C. A. WHS, W Y x i i 4 .X I - m a re yn , 9 o Page Taco Hundred Thirty Q I I 6 5 ' CD 6:1 1924 P OLD GOLD ff!lIIIIIIllQsQi?, i 3 l Huang illilvnn Qlhriatian Aannriatinn President ........ Vice President . .. Treasurer ........ Secretary ............ l Publicity Chairman ..... Membership Chairman. . . Finance Chairman ....,.. Campus Service Chairman Q Morning Watch Chairman Gospel Team Chairman .. Hi. Y. Chairman ........ F CABINET it fr' M 'se ...... C. D. Winder . . . H. Glenn Brown . . . . . Stephen Pattee . . . Donald E. Baum . . . . Paul R. Brown . . . . .George Mavrelis . . . .J . Walter Williams . . . . . John M. Poland . . . . George Churchill Earl Wolfe . . . . . Irving Wolfe Q Vg fvl A to T5 Q M -f I. flrg 0" '59 Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-one P N524 m Q?LD GOLD 1 I ff ! if f f ! i 2 i .I A-. I ' I v v l '. x li 2 H l . ll ' 1 at Iii? N K . X x ff X ,f X ' x 7' 5 fi 1 4. 3 - 1 ff fzffa C:-::y.7 ADVISORY BOARD :t:1:1'iE5:- , I Getchell, Scott, Goeteh, Young, Eells - ' as Z ii , Q x i , , , "sl Qi? if 13. HH. GI. A. Arhutiwa tx-M 1 l F if-'AQ The year 19235-24 has seen some definite achievements accomplished by the l Y. M. C. A. The financial drive which netted over a thousand dollars and the g i presentation ot the film Robinhood adding 34300 more permitted the returnish- Q Q ing of the rooms. The general uplift to our Campus given by K'Dad', Elliott 's g f Q 5 wonderful personality and messages during his series of meetings is still feltg Q i l and wc are sure that Wonderful good was accomplished by his coming. . 5 ' i The Mornin Watcli has meant much to the success of the Y. M. C. A. Each T ' 1 1 g , l K 9 morning throughout the year a few minutes have been set aside for communion Q I A f wtih God. to realize His presence, know His will and receive His power. More 4 l 5 men are realizing' the importance of making this service a daily habit so that L g A l they may keep tit for Christian activity. 3 I i l The Student Friendship Council is a. new organization in the history of the E 5 Y. M. C. A. lt is composed of men who are willing to make sacrifices involved i l P in making themselves real friends of men upon the campus. Fourteen men, meeting weekly, have handled a program which has taken it H5 them on seven trips and promises to take them on many more. These trips are ii for the purpose of Winning men to the Kingdom of Christ. At home they have E conducted the Bible Study of the Training School Hi. Y. The success of the pi ll team is due to the Cooperation and fine Christian spirit of the men. C5 3 Ci kt? Lug . 41.3435 :ldv N, p'1.:1?.T"',..:2 :,..,,g....Q Xtfil"HI'i K """'if:f g. twist" fiiiif lT""-T T':"':T::::i':'::':11i'j f' liH'! 'X .js ' to c " c bvgfri g"T'.'igg:.3::14 " " ,-1325 XXl1QjSL"'fci1i"J...,.'..."NTL::::Q11tT.i,i:li:-Kaffe, ...II-..T'gl11l'L'Qf1.f'.IfLII1fffTl'fi''1,.2fIIf.J' tiki" Page Two Ilznzdrfd Thirty-tfwo Svtuhvnt Illrienhahip Glnunril 'vfnliuq 46 . Vw , K Ig Sb-43 ,ml , an Hayden, lider. Kflltcnlmclc. Durant, lllnuk, Hmmm, ffzum-5, Muon-. lfullvr, llnultcm. Olsvn, VVilliams, Patlce, Porter XYolfc. Thmnpsfm, R:-ed, Holliday, Jones, Churchill, llomer, Finch lirolicr, P1-rcrson, VYinm1cr, Swanson, Kuzm, Brmvu, XYentz. 651151121 Grain Eclrr, l. XYolfn-, l'ol:1I1cl, l'l0xm'r. lhlttcv. Olsen llzmm Dc-m, Porter, li. W alle, K uzm Form Pagf Tico Hundrml Tllirty-ilzree ! Ill! 4 1 ,fail-'Z-Ag y eg Q QLD ff-iiiifilteg flfff I -1 ,,.. N, xx 4 I-XX.-M,:,C,. kQ:,j,J,, '.a V ,f"'--" ' - K. fi, tl f R . A V Y ,Rl l l f" all t -ix , l Jet I' f l l ll 1 Xa Lf -me ez.. ij'-or C','.I.. .. 7""7 1 'ft 5 ' D 1 . O V. i 'liuthman Stuhrnta Aaanrmtrnn p +9 term ' N I 'W Y Y 'y 1 l l FALL PERM OFF ILERS , 4.239 President ..... .,....,....................... A lvena Louise Miller l Vice President ...... ........ A rnold Knief l 5 Secretary-Treasur'cr .. . l.illie W. Allenstein l , Reporter ...................... ....... R uth Groth Ulfiairman of Social Conimittcc . . . . . Laura Solheim Chairman of Program Committee .... . . . Edna Schultz Chairman of Membership Committee. .. .... Elena Oldis Faculty Sponsor ..,............................,...i........ Ida Huglin The Lutheran Students' Association of the Iowa State Teachers College was officially organized December 8, 1922 with a charter membership of twenty-three. It is affiliated with the Mississippi Valley district division and with the Lutheran N Students' Association of America. ' The purpose of the L. S. A. is, Q13 To create a feeling of fellowship among . G the Lutheran students of I. S. T. C. 623 To create a greater Lutheran conscious- ' ness and respect for Lutheran ideals. All Lutheran students and Lutheran faculty members are eligible to membership. ings and social meetings are left to the executive and social committees. VVhll6 the L S A has been organized for only a brief time, it has taken active part in the Christian work of T. S, T. C. and it stands ready to assist the other Christian organizations at all times and in all ways. The devotional meetings are held every other Sunday evening. Business meet- PQZTEZX W9 .3 0 in so V21 l, C vp ,f"?4Q E SQL l A K A 93 we W f Y E R2 lg, ' YQK- .. f 1- 5, Page Tfwo Ilundred Tlzirly-four 1 Q : l li ixl .....-so -f - -- -...H ' 'Sv , A fi it ff is ,1. A tw-T-wmxxxx ! ,L ,, f 'M -l 7 -5-as ff,--M--NX ...'--...,,,,khN X 1 ',,-E? L 1 A - uw, 'J ' ! Zi, fry - .--., Q - X, V X-X.fg3j-J, ' f f Nuo ff-"' X , X f.ff..LJ4L NNE. ff lT""'i "J 'B'f's-..,,W,,,gwP o I Y. l f t . 5 ., .l ' l S lig Q, - ' 1' 4 1 if f Xi, 1. l I 4 5 i 1 X z Top Row: Marguerite Kaufman, Arabelle Broe, Mildred Hogan, Margaret Hnrn. H-----' Bottom Row: Austin Robinson, Joe Flynn. Peter Grochowski. l"'T1"' E , i l f 1 . s, l . l QQ, ,V . f . . t Glathnltr Svtuhent 5 Aazurtattnn iff' Ulfl-'lt'FH4 l Prvsitlent ..... ............ . . Margaret Hurn 1 i Vice President .. ....... Joe Flynn Secretary .... .... A ustin Robinson Q Treasurer .. ...... Mildred Hogan Librarian .. .. Marguoi-ite Kaufman Reporter .. ....... Arabella Broe i Marshall .. . . . . . .,., ..., l 'etvr Grochowski l The Catholic Stuclents Association has been at-tiw in this institution since 1903. During this time the organization has progrt-ssvtl a gre-at tleal and is at present affiliated with tht- national orgfanization. ' Last fall vi0'ht line new inenibers were atlclvd to the- enrollment list. it D 3 This association has done inuch to holtl tht' t'atholic stutlvnts towtlier and l . . " l to promote a, feeling of Good Ft-llowsliip. The aim of each lH6lllllPl' is to luv loyal to the organization which in its turn , is loyal to the institution. l vs T J ff xj 1, jg' " f7tN N' T mf' I li'-'WT of A 'ff tl Jimi Li ' 'af Page T150 I'11n1J1'rJ Tflirly-fi-ve X 'X Q x E -L 1 Nl :Aix l it l x 5 !J , ,v, 17 ll! i. l, N ll it I , ll l 1 f ts 1 X :-w'v-14 El l Sl Qykoo C..-J Ct l l 4 oi.ii'2GOl-D Mrs. Laura G. Bobenhause INDIA tg MISS Marie Cline Miss Etta B. Rossiter tg" i INDIA CHINA 'i Svtuhrnt Hnlunterr Motto: "The Evangelization of the World in this Generation." INTERNATIONAL STUDENT VOLUNTEER CONVENTION. Once in each student generation. comes the privilege of a rare opportunity- The International Student Volunteer Convention. This December 28-January 1 at Indianapolis was the greatest gathering of Christian College young people ever assembled. College men and Women from practically every state in the Un- ion, representing nearly every College and University in the country, with many delegates from Canada and a great number of foreign students who are studying in the schools of the United States gathered at Indianapolis to study the great problems of our age and to consider the evangelization of the world in this gen- eration. Between 6,500 and 7,000 delegates were in attendance. STATE STUDENT VOLUNTEER CONVENTION This year Iowa State Teachers College had the privilege of entertaining the State Student Volunteer Convention on her Campus, February 29, March 1, 2. Delegates from Ames, Iowa City, Morningside, Cornell, Grinell and the other Colleges of the State were in attendance. L1 RACHGQQR E F271 X -.--.f .. 1 P, ,qi Lo S' F ix, X,- SDY A efi, ' - ye :sa bg f . .7 , Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-.fix .6 lg . rx 'Q '1 KJ in E-S'2,x Q ,1 tw Athlriim Q .- 2 Q S I C Q I K 1924 X X -2. a 2 l 5 j 3 - ' Z 1 fff " ' ' 5 1 f r p I iv X, ' 1 Q3 2 IF: Rf ' I A-'Vila 1 5:'fN5v'X Nkx 2 QS' 02' g-11 -- A ff? XJ.. 4 x Q K3 - -, 2 f .avi , -A - N, f X-Q J I aye T o Il d e1Tl11rly sewn f vlx lf f l ? 1 0 1 to 6 1924 Uhr Swann "Health is the vital principle of bliss, And exercise, of health." --Thomson The year of 1923 marked a turning point in the history of Menls Athletics at Iowa State Teachers College. At the beginning of the year, a four year course in Men's Physical Education was offered which attracted potential Athletes from all parts of the state. This has resulted in a larger enrollment of men than ever before at Teachers College. With an increasing wealth of material, State Teachers will make a prominent place for herself in the Major sports-Football, Basket Ball, Base ball, Track, and VVrestling. Another feature of the Athletic year was the Intra-Mural Basket Ball Tournament, sponsored by the Student Council. After a sifting of se.veral hard fought games, the Alphi Chi Epsilon and Xanho Fraternities tied for first place. ' With a football schedule of St. Ambrose, Dubuque University, Iowa VV'es- leyan, Ellsworth, Simpson, Upper Iowa, and Western Union the little Tutors went on the gridiron with zest and enthusiasm. The season, with Coach "Mendy" at the helm started propitiously, as over a hundred and fifty men ap- peared to fight for a position on "the eleven." The nine letter men were working hard to hold their positions against the keen competition of promis- ing moleskin wearers among new material. Hard, consistent training, under efficient coaching, saw the Tutors In perfect trim for the St. Ambrose game. October 5th, on the home field. Al- though St. Ambrose was a small College the Tutors came up against a stone wall that they could not plug. After spurts of good fighting the fourth quar- ter ended with seven points to St. Ambrose's favor, while the Tutors failed to make a touchdown. ' On October 12th the pigskin defenders, undismayed by the first defeat, went into the Dubuque-Teachers game with the old T. C. fighting spirit. Both teams played a steady consistent game, resulting in a 0-O score at the end of the second quarter. In the third quarter Tollefson made a 55-yard run and scored the first touchdown of the year, but Dubuque came back with hard, speedy playing and took the victory from the Teachers by a score of 13. After two stinging defeats Teachers football team came into their own. On October 19th Ellsworth went down to a crashing defeat before the Ter- rible Tutors, the hnal score standing 35-O in Teacher's favor. Crippled, with Hve regulars on the bench, the fighting pedagogs went down before the onslaught of the Simpson eleven at Idianola, November 9th. The Tutors held like a stone wall but, a series of smashes and short gains gave Simpson the battle, with a score of 13-0. On November 16th T. C. met Upper Iowa on the home field and tri- umphed over her ancient rivals. The Tutor machine worked with faultless precision and brought home another victory for the Purple and Gold. Encouraged by the victory over Upper Iowa the Tutors went into the Homecoming game with unrivaled fighting spirit. But hard hghting failed to overcome the handicap of mud and bad luck, so the 1923 football season ended with a score of 6-2 in favor of Western Union. Although Teachers College lost several games in the season's scrimmage, out of the steady training. and with the experience gained. there promises to be an excellent eam for 1924. ' 9 ,f-wencug mm Qt Y am , 'N ,if 'WI A VN gm any 7 i K- M Page Tfwo Hundred Thirty-eight 6' . , N l LS sl 4 O E ., I s l 5 1 , P 1 l 1 1 l 5 'I If I A ll .gg . '25 EH I 1 F l CCVKNZ9 Q29 li la U l l r l oi.9D'ZGOL -Y X illnnthall ...L i "? Bernice Posegatc-"Peck" playing Q his third year at center, consistently de- 2 tended the Tutor pigskin hoth on the of- Q fensive and defensive. The 1922 squad v ' . Martin Brandes4"Mart", as left guard has fought four years on the grid iron with the distinction of playing practically every game. His steady. consistent driving force helped to win honors for T. C.. for which he was pre- sented the T. ff. blanket. showed wisdom in electing him captain for 1923. if ' 'ilrs W X.. V, 13'-Q EACLQQS Q " VK? 'ly N 1 - AN f,-1 B jimi' ' ' "W Va. f 'X if IK - 4 e - . i Page Taco Ilundrmi Tlzzrty-nznr F9 5 Page Tfwo Hundred Forty 1924 QLD GOLD 'lll1CQl0tll"1l+'i immy' - lf,f't e . l -iriuim, G'i1'I'HIl1O11l-JiGh1'Fj'i served three gears 011 the 'lutor lootball team. lllflllffll light for right guard he over- eame the handicap by h-1rd lighting and is recoguived -is om, of the oamest, scrap- ple 'uid fold. J x 7 C I l l 7 X x f, 1 , D I 1 I I I . 1 r A I 3 l D h , piest and pluckiest detenders of the Pur- 1 1 fl JV! K ll r QI i :lt X llfl ,1 ' f -, did f'00d work pitkiug passfs, tlierelxy enabling the tc-ani to gain much ground. A hard hitting' conscientious player who will he a QIl'02ll' asset to the N124 squad. .IK x-ff-xii O fs C Joe Roecler-HJoe", who is a third year man played left tackle this year Ellld by his kicking gained many yards Q V for l'. C. ll 1, S, H ,uv fini? gil l ff N 5 f' X W? Q. Sfwfl ., K" H s. fn F ., - Q -,ti 5. f K -A-39 ' 4 oi,ii2G01D George l4lI't3SllW3It?l'-i' F r 0 s li i e " though a first year man promises to make one of the strong pigskin defend- ers for 1924. He found a place at right end where he picked passes with unusual skill. while practically no gains were made around his end during the season. Ross Galloway-"R0ss". playing his first year at Teachers as right guard. made good. His quiet, dependable ef- forts have Won for him the unusual rec- ognition of captainoy for 1924. W Q . Je s - 17" V , x ll ' io .X i 4. 5 - F Y Q X llAlf1'f Z me -of -.1 9 1' 1 IFA.. f 1: ." Erwin Kaltenbach-J'Butch" in his first year of college football earned a job at right tackle. A cool-headed, two fist- wl man whose Fighting qualities predict hint as a Valuable man for next yeai"S squad. XQQQTSS 1,4 A r F 1 Page Tfzco Hundred Forty-one 4 les ic, ie mera les was the snia - est man on the teani but one ot the most valuable. A hard Workinv conscien- tious tighter who displayed speed in the open held and blocked the opponent S passes with unerring aeeuraey. Wlnrwin Mason- Mason started his first veal at half-haek xx here as a 'tri le I lflxe "l " ., 1, ll I 1 it , K 1 cv R I . , 7 u 3 I2 Sb i 2 Q : E Z' lx r LL 775 x i 1 C 72 , A 69 X 77 I K x i C5 . , P thriat he made a formidable adver- sary. Sherman Tollefson-"Bull's" fight- ing characteristics showed that he was worthy of his nickname. Judging from his first year gridiron achievements he should develop into one of the future athletic stars of T. C. Q M S i 57 Y G76 I L els WR A ' QT "WE: f - A ggi p n.,..,' 00 Kel Page Tfzco Hundred Forty-taco he gg 4 1 I I l 5 W o 19 ,M OLD GOLD Artliur Sooi"So" C0lI1lIlt'l1CCQl at thc bottom of the om- liumlred fifty men that zlppoareml for football and fought his way to the top. variling 21 place on the varsity for the last half of the season. T. C. l'l11'istol'l'vrson-HTiny" played quarter back llllI'll1QI tho soason where his oxcollvnt Dllllflllg mul lC0T'XV2lI'Cl pz1SS- ll1gl'2l1'Ill'llIIIZIHY yzmls in Tvzlcllors' l.?lV0l'. All-X NVa1lkc1'-l'Alvx," though 21 iirst .Yt'?ll' mam. playvrl 11 strong tlPl'0I1SlV8 genus- consistvntly blocking the oppon- vnts wlienevel' a play was called around luis mul. J - H 7 'GX ...Z f4 " "',, 'K A, 5 975 45 5 M" 'if l ' ' W' Qv"'17v 9-'fl If v ' Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-three l I l LJ Q fi: I I F il 5 1 j l I 1...f' 'K 1' ! I ! l ' 2 ' fe ... Cl11'istoffe1'so11 lltlllllilll. l'll'0Sl1NYIlf9l'. Tolls-fsou. 3I0llf191lll2lll?i'4J11C'll. ., Starlmck. Morgan, l'l'l'1'1'7fl2lIlf2l11l. Fottral. llarslnbargcr. A is L. T 1 VJ Qaaket Zflall W gkmb Q Record of Basketball Season 1923-24 ' 1 Hamilton University 9 Teachers ...... .... 2 1 3 i l Hamilton University 20 Teachers . . . . .133 Q p E Penn .............. .... 1 4 Teachers . . .... 23 1 VN i Penn ........ 22 Teachers . . .... 26 l ? Iowa Vklesleyan . . . 8 Teachers . . .... 25 l 3 i Parsons ...... 13 Teachers .. .... 17 g 5 Sim son ...... 25 Teachers .. .... 10 l . P l . Upper Iowa ..... 14 Teachers . . . . .19 l 1 lowa 1Vesleyan . . . 17 Teachers . . . . .15 X ' if Upper Iowa. . . 17 Teachers . . .... 31 7,5 H Simpson ..... 22 Teachers . . .... 10 it , l Parsons . . 18 Teachers . . . . .12 E tl l 1 l i 5 gl Q 4' R CLT: .... ,- YU. lla KE ls : A V w ll 'ffww ll' 'Q " if- 31-1-elf'-----------'jj ff 7' e r J mix 1 ,. 3 gg' 4V,4 Q' 517235, as - 4 4' fQ 'ill M ',Qffl ' W Pagf Turn Hundred 1"orty-four .fx .1 """Ks., N2 l V ",g-'---- . ,f 4, fs , , ,g a,L-4- ff' , ,wg 4. V. A xf 5 2 .. . M K, X - ' -' M -t 2 2 pw. 2 "5 1' ... ' f 2 1 N' 3 Q" ii, , ' fn' . - -sf' .. :N S-.,,,s . f ',. .... f xi 3 1 'x 2 . Ira Perry, Center-Serving for four vears as thc mainstay of Teachers of- fense. One of the fastest men on the floor and the finest shot on the team. 'tlkc' held the team together by his fighting spirit. Kenneth Starhuck. Guard-' ' Kenny " cast fear into his opponents with his sure, close guarding. Ile has served three years on the T. t'. floor as one of the most dependable cage defenders. ffl' sw . . i James hottral. Forward-One of the hardest working, best training forwards if the school has ever had. His absence l : from next season's squad. after three F k years of service, will he keenly felt. l X I ' l 1 5 Q l . 31 Ralph Morgan, Guard-'Red'l was ti one ofthe main cogs in the Teachers ij Scoring machine. A real fighter, feat- li ured by his ability to take the ball from 3 the hackhoard and start offense. .5 ll M C J it it Sax I., .fs-' M Q ,?,,:.,-.,...,...............,J ' V 'N 154: ' -:f 'f""""""' fN ffl' Hajj, 5. yfffj- gg gy -'KCJ l 1 ,,' .:fx',x, i Page Taro Hundred Forty-fue t 4 oiiiiZG0T-D George Freshwater, Forward-A de- liberate player who showed himself well on the floor. This year's experience should make him a valnahle man for next year. NVillard Holman, Center-A first year man and a hard worker who im- proved greatly as the season progressed. With the experience of this year he should make a good man tor next year. John Harshharger Forward-' 'J0ker" with his mean eye for the basket had a defense as strong as his offense. During his two years of service he has made a record for speed and cool playing on the floor. Sherman Tolletson, Guard-"lin displayed a truly aggressive spirit and made a high notch in athletics at his tirst year on the T, ff. floor. ll" ,f Af" E55-Hr ' X f 19 G 'P , ww 1' : M iii? 1 Q75 i91'k t fi' -N 0 ' . 'w' jx 2 -ff, ,f - - ' Q, .ia . f Page Tfwo Hundred Fariy-.fix gg, I I5 i ? Ci? D 1924 OLD GOLD 5 Carlton, T.VVVagner, Mathieson, Lichty, Dent, Allen, Mendenhall-Coach. Herman, VVagner, Ramsdell, Rheinwald, Ransom, Harris. Pryor, Roeder, Waters, White, McKinstry. Cornell . .. Ellsworth . Ellsworth . Simpson . l'pper Iowa Simpson . Luther . .. Upper Iowa Hccorcl o liazrhall f liasc-hall Season 1923 . . . 1 Teachers . , . . 3 . 4 Teachers . IS . 0 Teachers . 10 . 5 Teachers . . 7 . 5 Tcachcrs , .... 10 . 4 T4-ache-rs . . 5 .. 15 Teachers . . 0 . 5 Ts-achers . . 5 'T ilfhf .5 ,3- a s Ni-5 g g 0761 ,, . o 2' " 'T A VCC! . - gt! f W Page Two Hundrfd Forty .vefurn XX 15 1 ? rj C3 p X 1 1924 f b Q - i T C9 Y V , 1' R , YV 'WH N -X L f 1 J o ? 11-' I '-Y Q F Em Y Y . iu ' an Page Taco Hundredlf ty git mo HT 5- , , 1 "vp . r ' - 4 5 Vs !! DT VL N 'p ei-"1 " . x ' Page Tfwo Hundred Forty-nlne X i 5:1 M 6 . . 4 Earhart Pendelton Adidy Fay McCreedy Cady Basler Faust Qieglaff Bender- il, Coach. 2 Thomas Harrington Isley Overgaard Fottral Starbuck Garramoni Dewey. McConnel Vander Brink Dickinson-Captain Orr Flson Miller 4 i J 7 VJ Y l ! Y A I - - l , , , . 1 , 2 l G2 fi Efrark One needs but to go over to the Gymnasium if he does not believe that the Tutor thinly clads have not left the standard of track athletics on a higher scale. During the past season, two new works were hung up on the record board and the prospect for new ones next year are equally promising. Thc team started its daily ration of toast and eggs early in April and worked steadily for the Drake Relays and the Iowa Conference special events. The half mile team consisting of Vander Brink, Elson, Orr and Dickenson' captured first place in their heat despite the fact that they were running against the cream of the smaller Universities and Colleges of the United States. The Home Meet, April 21, gave the fans an opportunity to see the thinly clads in action for the first time. The meet, though slowed up by inclement weather, foreshadowed a good season for the wearers of the spikes. During the meet Fottral hurled the javelin for a distance of 169 ft. 3 in., breaking the Col- lege record. Luther furnished the opposition for the first real meet of the season but the competition was very weak. The Teachers having no trouble in winning by the overwhelming score of 108-28. However, they kept digging at the einders in preparation for the Dubuque meet. Dubuque had beaten us the year before by a two point margin and were out again to repeat. But they found the opposition too fierce. Captain Dicken- son leading his cinder diggers to a 96 2-3-39 1-3 victory. 0 4" U H 90 Y Q 'lim r 'ff 675 197, 316 L 5. ,Q 1 .. 1 ,M h ue, ' A . 1 9- 1" W Q 1 0 Page Tfwo Ilufzdred Fifty vt E! 5: if if gf I 1 -a a 1 Gray, Scott, Bender-Coach. 4 Stephens. Strayer. Iiartehua. Miller. 11? M,,,7,,,M,..f:i 1 4 Ymrr , , K, , 1- sq P! 'S N 0-11 gn- 4-00 3 QD Home Meet t A mes-Teachers Meet E 1 Ames . .............. .. 21 3 Y Simpson-Teachers Meet 3 Simpson . ........... .. 2 Cornell-Teachers Meet Q Cornell . ..................... 11 Des Moines University-Teachers Meet V . X Des Momes ................... O rx 5 ff' Hrf. ,vcr QV X xg ,......u, ..,........ i,,.,.., M-...., he NIJ" - -W-N f Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers January January January Fehrllary February X I E Gif, .J 1924 v 1924 t . 9 1 1924 Q . 16 5 1924 2 1924 ij . 24 9 1 3 jji YQ -7--:zgcfzfii--1 ,,, 1" X., Page Taro Hundred Fi ly-one If , ' ..,..-ine 1 fx ,Lx 4 4, A, X'-1 fx , ' ,. ,Q " Q' ' ,' ' , 3 s-2 x - ...W ,- , A , . 4, , .....1-.....-.....,-.i-.-...i-I f 1 1 A "LES ' J .1 f- - , . , , ' ----- ix 4 '-ill, ' urn '71-W VX J' 't W ' -" ff 1- A' EY - ' jr .4.7.. ----- , - ,., , .. ,,v.:-1..,.y:. ,f. X "- QL 2 . seg, if 24, ,W-1 Aff 4 'ss,2,,4.,-. !, 6 Y in S52 M524 ...f-ff!!! H Elson, Beemer, Mullinex, Ehrhardt, Soe, Vvhite, Christoffersen Mason, Pryor, Watters, Vvhitford, Galloway, Freshwater Scott, Morgenson, Walker, Basler, Tollefson, Morgan i Posegate, Moore, Harris, Harmon, Garramoni, Roeder Pl't'Sli'll'lll ...... Vice Pwsiclmlt . . . . . . Svcretary-'1'r'vas111'm' . . . W. lg?lSlCY' ll. Bremer M. liranclvs T. t'l11'istoffersvn A. EllI'llHl'flf W. VVi1son El. QI. Glluh OFF I CEHS MEMISERSIIIP G. Harris G. IIOl'fIll21I1 if Isley G. Kzlltenlmal-li M. Mason R. Morgan Bert Van Der Brink . . . . George C. White . . . Martin Rl'2lI1Cl6S if Iiamsou J. Roeclcr W. Scott A. Shearer A. Soc K. Starlmuck .., 5. Tollefson A. Wzillcer W. Waters G. White ll. Whitford F53 J. Fottral R. Moore G. Freshwater E. Morgensou R. Galloway l. Perry P. Garramoni B. Posegztte -I. Hzlrslllmrger R. Pryor l 2 gy. kx' ' , fllijffsr w Efr . " ' ff- N l'l15f5f2'53.h: .WW - WNQPQ Aff". f ' Page Taro Hundred Fifty-two ' :Yrs Qf N? SSB x F I 7 7'- Uhr Manning Svhnm L ii l magazine iliark Eifv EMMA FRAN1 TES CHASE RC'1Jl'f'.Yf'I1ftIfI.l'4' Eifr DW' IGHT JAMES Rf'1II'f.9l'lI fafizre Erama G1,Am's LYNCH iituhr JOSEPH VANDER VEER 52191421 CLARA wVr'1'E1: .7-Xthlvtir Blinrlh JAMES E. 1w1"1'RAr, LEUUD Liuumfhrrping ELSIE MciEl,HlNXIf1Y Svalvaulngg GLENN w. 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Velma Barnes Ruby Bennett Audrey Burns Lena Jane Carlson Dorothy Charles Altha Curtis Mildred Debolt Alice Decker Mayme Ferguson Alice Forbes Ruth Fuller Bernice Goff Genevieve Hayes Norma Herrling 1924 Alpha F to IUC7'-CARNATION "Guard Well Lit'e's Beginning." OFFIVERS Fall Winter HELEN MCHUGH .... . . . 1 .WINIFRED KYLER WINIFRED KYITER ..... .... Em OLNEY ....... CELESTE ARMsTRoNG VELMA BROXVN .... ALTHA CURTIS .... T .LORETTA LICCAVICK OLNEY . . . .... IIELEN BICIIUGH . . . .ALICE DECKER . . . .ALTHA CURTIS ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP Margaret Hurn Vera Imus Merle Kahuda Evelyn Kerr Ruth Knittle Wilda Kramer Winifred Kyler Helen Maxson Harriet Marinelli Loretta MeCavick Helen McHugh Mildred Morgan Trene Mythaler Eva Olney . Laura Peterson Betty Sage Grace Sanders Elizabeth Simpson Ardell Shurtluff Lois Standley Dorothy Stone Bee Thayer Lucille Torgeson Altadina Van Alstine Florence Whitmore Wanda Wilder Kathryn Willis Edna Wolf HONORARY MEMBERSHIP Celeste Armstrong Dorothy Haffa Alice Peterson Emma Frances Chase Helen Kumerow Esther Rae Edith Forsythe Cleo Mastain Dorothy Wyth Alice Maxwell gi E f '?.ACN Q' ie Q sy ' 6- P .- - , re Q Page Tfwo Hundred Sixty-jim' X, 15 1 4:9 i U 1924 1 D 5 . ff ,-f3Qj,.'ibq "If, i'x lihilnmathwn llolors-P1NK -TND WIIITE Flower-PINK CARNATION Motto: Vita Sine Literis Mors Est OFFICERS Fall VVinter President ...... .. . . GORDON SMITH . . . ROBERT CUMMINS Chairman E.cer11t17tfe A Committee .... . ....... ROBERT CUMMINS. . . . . .PAUL BROWN f Secretary ..,.. LECLAIR EELLs ..... .... A LLEN W. READ ix I Tl'6l18l'll'0I' . . . XVALTER RITTHER. . . . . .JOHN POLAND X 5 Critic' . . . KENNETH COOK . . . XVALTER 'RUTHER I Reporter .. ELMER BURCH .... GAYLORD BUSSEY 6 . 1? Jlarslzal HARM KR.XMER .... ..LEE T. SMILEY .,,g'2-, q i I 57 Usher HARRY REISS. .. .LYMAN STEVENS MEMBERSHIP ' ' ' Harry Thompson Clifford Winder D. S. Domer LeClair Eells Frank D. White Robert L. Holliday I QQ Allen W. Read Earl M. London Edwin Manhard F. O. Miller Glenn W. Moon George Williams ll Lee T. Smiley Paul F. Hutcheroft Irving Wolfe 1 Willis Dent Earl Briggs Lester Lalan Paul Brown Gordon Smith Evald Peterson Irl H. Buxton J. Richard Hanson Harm Kramer Arthur D. King Wallace Curtis Clarence Swanson Kenneth Cook Elmer Burch Carl Gruis L Dwight James Chas. Rowser James Kereheval Walter J. Ruther Robert Cummins Earl Wolfe Elbert Harrington Harris Hoseh L. Wayne Smith l 6 J. C. Glenn Archie Blank Earl Alexander John Poland George Mavrelis Archie Safely y Lee Metzger Rollin Stevens Charles Hough I Gaylord Bussey Edward J. Johnson Walter E. Brubaker C. W. 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Corresponding Secretary.. Recording Secwetary ..... Treasurer .............. Florence Bailey Fanny Barnes Marion Barnette Margaret Beckman Blanche Boysen Orabelle Brow Maurine Camery Hazel Clow Louise Coursaut Arlene Daem Ruth Dawes Louise Eiseman Helen Felton Edna Felton Mrs. Cecilia Ferrell Marguerite Fox Mildred Hogan Esther Hurn Helen J asperson Alyce Jennings Margaret Johnson Laura Karsten Marguerite Kaufman Mary Louise Keough Alice Kiefer Norma Killam Q O14 FICERS Fa l -LOUISE COURSAUT .... ALYCE JELNINGS ....... DIARY LOUISE PEEBLES. . IJOROTHY SMALLING .... MEMBERS Lucille Knickerbocker Bernice Krahl Mrs. L. V. Lake Marjorie Leslie Sara Jane Link Dorothy Longbotham Iva Musbach Evelyn Myers Genevieve McGee Louise McGregor Annette McMillan Ruth Oliver Mary Louise Peebles Oma Penrose Kathleen Porter Norma Reaney Grace Ridenour Mildred Rohrbaugh Margaret Santee Roberta Santee Frances Sellers Clara Sheehan Burnetta Frantz Ruth French Marguerite Graham Erlys Haahr Fern Hays 05' is m i." : 'afa r' Flower-RED CARNATION Mascot-The Owl. Winter . . . .Mrs. W. G. SOLHEIM . . . .FLORENCE BAILEY . . .CECILIA FERRELL . . . .DOROTHY SMALLING Marguerite Hays Hazel Harper Kathryn Hastings Thelma Hermanson - Lucille Higgins Frances Longbotham Mildred Loucks Helen Mackey Erlynne March Grace Martin Helen Martin Clara Mast Gladys Miller Helen Miller Oma Moffett Nina Murphy Dorothy Smalling Mrs. W. G. Solheim Marcia Stephenson Helen Stuntz Katherine Turner Ruth Waters Ruth Waugh Emily Williams Ruth Wilson Alice Wynegar W Pa e Two Hundred Seventy-three 1,130 9 , Ji lull P - SU G' H E ,is v-4 J X. G' 1 ' Q F 2 be C1 I-3 I S tv CI CD L' n rf is U , C0l0I'8-RED AND BLACK 1924 Ariaiurlian Motto-L'Non Seholae Ser Vitae." I President ...... .... 6 Vice President . . . . . . - Secretary ...... 5 Treasurer .. Critic C9 Henry Anderson Broderick, H. Francis E. Briggs Roy Collins Joe Collins Hubert Corder C? k 93? Huge Tfwo Hundred Sefventy-four 'OFIMOERAS Fall . . OSCAR M. THORSON. .. LOUIS WAUGH.'. . Q . . .. ....LOU1s HERSEY. . .. .. . .JOE COLLINS.. . .. W. G. SQLHEIM. MEMBERSHIP Glover Ferrell A H. H. Siemers Myrle Jones ' Rollin Guernsey Osclar M. ' Thorson !,,Q1u!CP1 ' 4' 2- J ', RR ' 'G M , - - ' S- ,,""H11m iii' ' - ff' , .t e . . JOSCAR M. rTHORsON F la lU6TfRED . CARNATION W MaseOtfOwl. Winter RULLIN GUERNSEY H. H. SIEMERS - NX 15 . . . .H.AROLD STOUT ? .Q ....... 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GLADYS SWAIN . . .ELIZABETH PAYNE . . . . .ETHEL DEITRICK . . . .BEULAH FLETCHER . . . . .ETHEL SHORT Allene Adair Louise Beach Blanche Brennecke Pearle Baker Lorrene Kreger Lucille Lamb Lorna Lyle Tilly Olthoff Dora Ketlitz Mary Guthrie Bernice Grovei Marjorie Hammer v 1 7 7 ' r AA 77 Y Y 'T T Vice President MARGARET CARNEY .... . BLANCHE BRENNECKE Y f' , Y Y N - , 1 G'- - N 1 I s G Maybelle Brown Margaret Barnum Frances Barsalow Irene Brody Doris Clough Edna Clyman Margaret Carney Gretchen Cronbaugh Charlotte Coffin Katherine Coffin Lillian Dinsdale Esther Hall Clara Hanson Melba Hayes Elaine Haven Mildred Hollis Ruth Huber Esther Imlay Edith Johnston Ellen Killen Alice Klingamen Sarah Ordonez Lois Patton Elizabeth Payne Elsia Pierce Leila Pierce Kathryn Peterson Lois Reisinger Josephine Rasmus Florence Reed Esther Roberts Ethel Short Eulalie Savac Gladys Swain Danita Strickler Ethel Deitrick Lila Day Lucille Ehelheiser Mildred Everts Margaret Fullerton Beulah Fletcher Opal Fulton Alice Kint f-QM-H Valeria Maiden Annette Markussen Gatha Maulsby Alice Minard Edith Maxon Grace Mackin Anna Grace McNally Madine Nay Helene Nolte Geraldine Ogle Fern Spotts Margaret Thompson Hazel Thomas Vera Vaught Iris Wilson Bernice Wallace Leone Weisbard Margaret Wagner Dorothy Wilson Bernice Yokom Mozelle Zimmerman 593' Page T-wo Hundred Seventy-nine , Fifi ' s N lx any R55 VC9 . 41,7 - . Q 4 K 3 np iif, Q . 1 ., Q 09 f - hm Tfwo Hundred E gl ty Q E P I W i f i 1 n 1 4 ? E 5 w 5 C? E I 5 1 I 9 2 3 F . i X 1924 11 ,v ,4 'x ,f A1 a I , J w f x ' fs , A X 86 57 W' . 0'5 " P 9 T H d dliiglty 121.44 ,ig Ji J Qi' U 5 : 1924 - y C9 6 Q PH!1KT'LL'0flI d dEg ,-x' x ,LZ -QU-C.-f Q ltyl 67 'f. C., ' C5 ' bf' I '-ff 2 M If fx 4 452 L yQ X' K Kmf 4 .All yn , I, g-wi MEMBERS 1924 Qnmrriau COZOTS-WHITE AND DELFT BLUE FZOLUEVS-SXVEET PEA AND FERN Motto-t'We Seek the Best." Mascot-White Horse. OFFICERS Fall Winter P1 esfident - ...... ...HJLZEL C.-WE ........ .... G ENEVIEVE SAUER Vice President . .. ... Recording Secretary .. . . - Correspondiozg Secretary.. T1 caszlrer .............. i Pres. and Mrs. Seerley Mrs. W. 'W. Gist Miss Anna G. Childs Ethel Hughes Marjorie Rogers Elizabeth Sherbeck Ruth Rittgers Agnes Speirs Mary Fisher Helen O'Banion Eleanor Colby Hazel Winslow Verona Baggs Ruth Forsberg Thelma Acton Margaret Guier Bernice Thatcher Gladys Akin Gertrude Priebe Mabel Fisher AN M M, ADALENE HENDERSON .... .... F LORENCE FRANKLIN BERNICE HUEssELMANN .. . .... HELEN WAGNER FLORENCE HILDRETH .. .... AlfRELIA BROWNING H.kZEIi WINsLow ......... .... H AZEL WINSLOW HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. Annie Potter Mrs. R. McKitrick Miss Lillian Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Fagan Miss Anna VVild Mary Bailey Aurelia Browning Hazel Cave Genevieve Sauer Cora Thompson Gladys Rogers Naomi McClain Zelda Hoffman Barbara Broadie Mary Kissick Richie Church Viota Walker Laura Darby Bernice Huesselmann Adeline Henderson Helen Wagner Florence Hildreth - s ,.,Q1UCw4bh is ke. X, -S Y Q 'KW aqlii- A C ix l ll ,rn , x Q- .. QAM, r wtf: 4, Q.- ' Clarice Donley Grace Taylor Florence Franklin Rcse Greene Viola Schafer Ruth Aldridge Wilma Place, Clara Witter Geneva Fober Frances Schafer Lucile Hasbrook Lois Gill Laura Tompkins Ada DeVries Gertrude Mills Gertrude Carter Irma Forbes J me doycdgzk Page Tun Hundred Eighty-three XXX 2 I n ee za ,Z 6 Q 1 ' 1 Q51 Q mmm Q ff . lk .yi Lives Q I , as CN fwd E' - 0 SUM! 'ji' ' Y 4 3.5 .21 Q Pay: Tfwo I1 d d Eighty-four li xx Q f ' , aff 6 N W x --J ------ ,VN M:- ,,..-fNN., f I L , T' + ' 1 Vjllfxxx-,,,k 4 1 I 3 '1' ff? ' f'N Q , K' .',1 . V VX Qj -, -E .,..-..,......-.-..- ., . .,...-- . ,, f 'F , kv LN J,....., , ., ,., .,... -,., ---,,.... ..., , .......,. 1, ,, 'xxx .-.- ,..,.. --.-..,..-...... ...,. mmm. , , xr , ,... -. .,....,.,--,,,..-.,.----.,..-......----.....- ,MM Rx if M,,.m,,M, ,,,-,,m,M . I 2123 1" my Mm,,,,,,4,H-m ,,, .41 '13 'xlziff F..- .,,-,1..l....- ,-..,.,-- .... -W ,, ,, 5 . 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FLORENCE Snow HOXORARY MEMBERS Leola Dean Leona ee Burrell Grace Sjohoen MEMBERSHIP Gwendolyn Basler Gladys Benson Alsa Bowers Florence Brierley Dorothy Burroughs Helen Brundien Mareia Burgess Frances Carlsen Edith Carlson Ima Chambers Grayce Cfronk Delia Dahney Minnie Mae Duffield Gertie Eggers Marie Harrison Myrtle Hasse Emma Helen Hass Ellen Hendricks ' Marie Hjelle Ililfl Dora Hood Jessie Hoffman Adelia M. Johnson Hannah Kalskett Millie Kalskett Evelene Kinnaird Ila Knott Eleanore Knowlton Dorothy Hudgel Inez Miller LaRue Morrison Jennette Olsen Evelyn Patterson Marian Petersen Marie Putz Esther Quinhy Fra Samuels Mary Saylor Ella Sherwood Florence Shold Aftffg. 3 Ima? 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Fl0lU6l'1AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE Motto-"VVe Seek the Truthn Mascot-Black Cat 'C OFFICERS Presitlmzzf - . . . .HELEN E. Cook, FALL . . . AIARIEN HARMISON, NVINTER HONCRARY MEMBERS Marie Babbitt .. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch Mrs. Marion McFarland Walker Mr and Mrs Fagan Mrs. Gist Mr and Mrs. Perrine Miss Jessen Mr. and Mrs Davis Miss Young - Mr and Mrs. Newton Mrs. McKitrick Mr and Mrs. Condit Miss Call Mr Palmer Miss Falkler MEMBERSHIP Elizabeth Ahern . .. ....... Dubuque Virga Gibson Corning Orlina Albright Webster City Alza Giger .... Toledo . . . West Libert5' Mildred Giger . . . . . . Toledo Luella Bauman . . . ....... Sheldon Irene Goodwin .... ..... T racy Dorice Blaine ........ . . . Bradgate Annetta Hansen . . . . . . Holstein Hildegarde Bohlke . . . . . . . Remsen Edna Hansen .... . . . Lester Fern Boone ........ Waukee Helen Hardman . . .. Greene Ruth Boyd ....... Plainfield Marien Harmison .. ....... Marcus Leona Brouhard . . . ....... Colo Mildred Hastings . . . ,....... Prirnghar Zola Carver ...... ........ C olo Treva Healy ..... . .... North English Beatrice C 'lock ..... ...... I ,atimer Ruth Henderson ........ Seymour Mildred Hickock .... .... C lear Lake Ruth Mahachek . . . . . . Austin, Minn. Cora Mae Hockaday Manchester Myrtle Marks Dow City Helene Hockaday .... .... 3 Ianchester lola Meeker ...... .... C larion Edna Howe ........ Janesville Martha Nelson ' ..... Sheldon Alice Hueschen Holstein Laura Nickelson .. .... West Side Ida Hyberger ....... Elma Irma Peper ..... .... I lake View Edith Jenny ...... . .. Clarksville Mildred Porch . ...... ....... A nita Beulah Jeppeson .... Milford Doris Priest ......... .. Hastings Frances Kuehnle . . . . . . Holstein Genevieve Reynolds . . . . . Greene Lorena Lamb ...... Redfield Winifred Rider .... Sheldon Fannie Lindenianu .. Aplington Sopic Sailor ...... ........ A ckley Helen Cook ......... ....... C olo Ruth Sclnnickle ..... .. Central City Sylvia Coughenour ..... 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VVRETHA TEATER Vivo Presidwzt .. .... Ocrxvllx PETERSON .. .. RUTH POWELL ! Seeretary .... .... B IVRIEL PEARCE ., .... AGNES NELSON A Treasurer . .... ALICE BIEYIER RIARIE LOIIISE PARK HONORARY MEMBERS fa Miss Caniplwell Mr. :ind Mrs. Merchzint Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lynch Miss VVhite T 4 5 . Q E MEMBERSHIP Miss Terry Miss Oil rpenter ' : Muriel Pearce ' : 2 I to : I Marguerite Naum Octavia Peterson Alice Meyer Ethel Almey Marian Davidson il 11 Ruth Ray Gretchen Doden Marie Houck Ruth Powell Irene Meyer Lydia XVells Ima Schmitt Berdlyn Fulton C'ln1':1 Olsen Ellen Hansen Marie Fairchild Blanche Towner Pauline Phelps Velma Adams Margaret Busby Vernice Albrecht Adeline Rrus Hazel Johnson Frances lludley Vera Shirer Eva Suurballe Mildred Larson Frances Pearson Mildred File Harriet RICCIYIIIPX Elva Thomas Gladys Johnson Gladys Roland I Erma Logan Yira Spriegelherg Helen Dunlap Agnes Nelson I Virginia Choate Mnrie Louise Park I Geraldine Quinn Margrzwet Iletlie '- Amy Devitt Mabel R. 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Carlson May Brallier Verda Taylor lone Chainbers Ruth Bell Cleo Davis Bertha Fischer Onalee Brace Florence Jones Ruth Bowers Bertha Ager Josephine Folby Gladys gCllH1'l1l0Ck Hazel Evans Avis Hannnell ' f'arrie Bennett Georgia Vvlllilllill' Edythe Claflin Ethel Reed Lillian Ernst Edna Lee Doris Garher Natalie Nagle Ma rgnerite lTI'llI1lI'llOlld Elizaheth SllCllOlll9l F MEMBERSHIP Ahna Hilger Maurine Test Genevieve Matson Edith Anglurn Grace O'Conner Alda Martin Alice Buser Fern Thomas Ethel Brooker Sophia l'rdahl Alice Allbee Ruth XVoodward Helen Higgins Genevieve Nnhson Flara Neiting Marie Goodman Harriente Shimp Gladys Helland Margaret Taylor Anna Johnson Helen Ocker May XVhitn1er Helen Ocker Esther Leech Sara S'l1imp Mildred Surface 9 gm 'e ' 6 . 1 , Page Three Hundred Tlwo E Zag! 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Reints Bess Greene Fannie Dreyer Alice Fowler Helen Peterson Grace Kane Esther Reid Marian Jackson Grace Griffith Vernette Schmidt Madeline Hallahan 'M 'N 5 '5 'Ye I Clarice Meyer Dorothy Fry Hazel Hannah Sara Canfield Hazel Livingston Lucille Fisher Maurine Mayer Opal Watson -Elva Rigby Eva Walter Pauline Nelson 4 Qglgf Page Three Hundred F ive 0 X ' V .Wil ii - ' " - Q i J Z 9 1924 f ow GULD '-1 I R EW Three H cl ' 4 9 Q5 fm 1 0 68? F, ' S 55 lmfllln-4 561, 019 d S 6 6 91 xvglg' Page Three fflllldffd Sewell l l l 4 O?L2y2GOLD 5 a i R Q 'I l S29 6 Mr. Ray Short Miss Jean Brady Earl Alexander 3 Page Three Hundred Eight Evita Sigma Qhn Established I. S. T. C. 1913 CHAPTER ROLL Mr. Roy Abbott ' Glenn W. Moon Ivan Fenn urn G75 'gif 9316 ,ee E . N. 1 H- 4 0 R 29 Mr. H. E. Rath Earl London Dwight James l l f f I di l i l ' 451 l l Qt 1924 l OLD GOLD Aline Courter Miss Dora Thuesen Zrta Kappa iam Established I. S. T. C. 1918 Delta Chapter CHAPTER ROLL Celeste Armstrong Lula Sweigard 9 QR 3 t an Mary Peters Helen Knapp WG! 0 QP ' 4? R f L i ,,. 4 ' - ' . G 94 J- 0 l-N' ,l "Willa: 1" , N 'lpvsiligiyiz iv' ' 1 ki 4, 539, . 0 Q Q 1 b Page Three Hundred Nine 'M 5 i li . 1 l ,p ', l ti' v J l at G 1 We 1934 Q AAA C9000 YCQA D fig N -'B E XVin?lor. Sherwood. Mooro. l'21SCll0ll. Iknslor. IAIIIIIIIUX. Brown. Huggies. Mullinex. l-l1'oCk- ' man. Finch. Imlloclc. Rolls. Froie. Brown. NVllllZl1llS, Volo, liunt. Ulifford Winder Hollynd Sherwood Raymond Moore George W. Pasc-ln-n 'Wayne lg21SlilF Fred V. TiHlllIl10Y Hobart Brown Floyd Nafhvws l I R Alpha Brita Alpha Teclmological GHIIHIIH c.'llZ-IPTUI' lnsmlled 1923 CHAPTER ROLL Clcol Rugglos Roger Mullinex Edwin Rrockinan Basil M. Finch Howard Pollock Ifefllair Eells Alvin J. Froie C5 Page Tlzrfe Hundred Ten 1 vang iq. T x Allen R. Brown J. Vllzllteli' 'Williams Harold E. Colo John li. Hunt Lawrence Fox John Pollock John Rupp Earl Wolfv ,Wa -in X if 4, ,, ' 'C2'iI:Q ..Gw'g 1 w ax, fa if f ' N, ,cj F5 X3 bl 3 1 O U V .4,g iACN I . I 5' 23 , ' V7 F 'I ' A " S ml W JY R11 76 ' I Hundred Elefven UT, 4' F9 O MAX ,ff?'f3,4 fam If lx la . . l fc? cl 4. Q59 s B HKQ , ' QJN E ' '-2 f f .1 L ' Env , 0 Q o-19 .QQ 7 xx -X f AX Flhvta Alpha Phi National Fraternity Dramatic Iowa Beta Chapter Art Establisliecl l. S. T. C. 1923 CHAPTER ROLL George Mavrelis John Poland Miss Martin Miss Strayer Gladys Lynch Glover Ferrell Miss Knapp Miss Gaarder Alice Kint HUNORARY MEMBER Mr. Lyne'l'l P G ACN Q3 N MISS MARTIN The Director Emma Frances Chase Ethel Short Dwight James Kathryn Robb Marjorie Patterson x l X 3 N i ?' I l Pagz' Tfzrzm Ilundrfd Tfwel-Jr Q - Ig' rf 1 1 , 1 1 i E l s 4 l l l l l l l l l A lv 1 ll i 1 -""" ' - Q X, 3 . f- -.. 1,-' M We ,1 M- -xxx VI, X V A, N4 E, 3 . I 3 , ,M ...Xxx ,uk . , .J A , ' X x N , M A 4. X. . '-- ,V ' N ' K .f "W-'X . 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Zlntvr-Svnrnritg Glmmril Organized 1922 The Council, composed of the five sorority presidents and tive honorary members, was instituted to promote and perpetuate among the sororities a bond of friendliness. It makes and enforces rushing rules, imposes penalties for their violation, and discusses and settles by vote all matters of common interest. OFFICERS P.resz'cleut .... ............ . .. MRs. GEORGE IlNDERVVOOD Secretary ................ . ......... MAE SLAWGHTER COUNCILORS Kappa Theta Psi ............ MRs. GEORGE UNDERXNOOD . . . EVELYN ARQUETTE N u Omtcron N u Sigma Phi .... Miss LILLIAN LAMBERT' ....... MAE SLAUGHTER Delta Phi Delta ............. MRS. ELo1sE BITRKHARDT LIARJORIE HAMMER Alpha Beta Gamma . . . .... Miss HELEN KNAPP ..... DIARY LOUISE PEEBLES Phi Omega Phi ..... .... ll IRs. H. C. HARMON ............ ELSIE PIERCE 1f01E H6q1S' r a, P' Page Three Hundred Fifteen .. ' N ,jx 'P ."f f, KZ XX 3 Q E E I I F9 o fl I if is sf Yi Q' 3 - " 3 , 2 ' - J ? C? I l l 5 l 1 l 4 l I Colors- 4 Kappa Cfihvta Hai Founded at Kirksville, Missouri, 1896 Beta Chapter Established at Iowa State Teachers College, 1906 Miss Bertha Martin Mrs. August Freier Mrs. Alden Miss Hazel Strayer Evelyn Arquette Elizabeth Brown Kathleen Brown Eva Bamford Judith Chase Josephine Nauman Frances Carpenter BLACK AND GOLD HONORARY MEMBERS . Flow 0 I'-XIIOLET Mrs. Fred Schmidt Miss Lucille Reding Mrs. George Underwood SORORES IN URBE Miss Vivian Brooks Miss Lillian Robison Miss Margaret Connell Miss Mary Robison Miss Marjorie Miller SORORES IN FACULTATE Miss Corley Conlon Miss Elda Platt SORORES IN COLLEGE Class of 1924 Marjorie Patterson Marjorie Clark Beatrice Clark Gretchen Cronbaugh Class of 1925 Margaret Fullerton Dorothy McFarland Class of 1926-1927 Ruth Huber J Florence Reed Emma Frances Chase Evangeline Powers Lenora Holm Verna Graney Josephine Rasmus Geraldine Ogle Q -if-55915 A . f 49 ' xx as Q 2 Page Three Hundred Sixteen Q! 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Page 7w!ll'z"F Ilzzzzdrml S1:'1'1'11lef11 ',,, .' , g,.1 .-.W-s... 1 l Q li li 4:9 1 i V l , L i n 1 , w 1924 Nu Gbmirrnn Nu Sigma 1Hhi Nu Omicron Nu, 1904 Sigma Phi, 1908 Nu Omioron Nu Sigma Phi, 1918 Alpha Chapter COZOTS-GOLD AND WHITE Flo wer- SUNBURST ROSE SORORES IN URBE Mrs. J. B. Clay Mrs. L. H. Hughes Miss Myrna Ross Mrs. J. F. Cross Mrs. Wilmer VVilson Miss Evelyn Wilcox Mrs. F. V. Haley Miss Vae Ross Miss Harriet Iblings Miss Lillian Lambert Gladys Lynch Alice Kint Mabel R. Johnson Genevieve McGee Harriette Egan Helene Glenny SORORES IN FACULTATE SORORES lN COLLEGE Class of 1924 Virginia Choate Helen Gilbert Mabel Sampson Edna Chalus Fon Fra da Mae Jameson Class of 1925 nees Glenny Class of 1926 Genevieve Hays Dor othy Wilbur 9 of -QE! if -Q59 vw Q 'ls Page Three Hundred Eighteen 'F Q aa w s . f 1 nf Q, 1.r rm a'h 3 Jlljn lil' m fg 9 QS A In ,eff X . .I 7 - E 0 - 0 Miss Sara Riggs Ruth Barkdohl Lorrine Burlingham Geraldine Fitzgerald Dorothy Iblings Mae Slaughter Helen Menges R 15 Q ' S . l 5 i P If 6 l i 1 U tb C5 1924 II Gbmirrnn Nu Sigma 1511i 4 f my JAQX 9 4 Helen Gilbert. Geraldine Fitzgerald, Mao Slaughter, Gladys Lynch, Mabel Sampson. Genevieve McGee, Edna Clmlus, Genevieve Hays. lmrothy Willmr, Alice Kint, Fonda Mae Jameson, Helen Menges H:n'1'iette Egan, Frances Glenny, Dorotlly Iblings, Helene Glenny, Ruth Barkdoll. 40015 Q , ,,,, Y 2 QW Nh l lib 4' 0 0' xg , Page Thrfe Hundred Nineteen A- Q x H ISU l 3 N 43 'Q Y , I L ij ' r , . 1 , w P I S l - 2 2 2 - - , 2 i 1924 Alpha New Gamma lf ounded at lowa State leaehers College, 1906 Alpha Chapter COZOFS-BLACK AND WHITE Helen Knapp Mrs. Hugh Mullarky Anne Dougherty Doris Cloug Lois Patten HONORARX MEMBERS Mrs. Martin Miss Gladys Minkle SORORES 1N CO1 LEGE ' Class of 1924 Zella Todd Madonna Honeyinun Marian Thorpe Flo wer-RED Rosle Beth Priddle Mrs. George Glasene-r Nlartha Nichols Blanche Brennecke l w f x SORORES IN URBE f as I h Cf? l 1 l 5 I l C? 1 Mary Mitchell Ethel Short Katherine Coffin Charlotte Coffin Lyla Day Viola Nelson Christie Tollefson Class of 1925 Inez Jennings Katherine Burns Class of 1926 Mary Louise Peebles Margaret Carney HU1'1ll2l flhl'lSl'0ffP1'S0l1 Class of 1927 Leotn Mullinex 9 N 4 ne g, - - in W fe N - " H W B X liki ng Page Three Ilundred Tfu enty VVinifred Ilougherl 5' Margrnret B2l1'l1lllll Louise C01'S2lllt Marcea Stephenson June McCornos Katherine Piiester YQ 4 4 Q 4 192 our for fs' l"i""Nx x Alpha M9151 Mammal P- Mm SV- 4, W 9 4: Q9 1 lf',4fff'jTf fla3si"9?S,2f 3ifQf,tWXf'?3-Q., 14 'Fifi 3 f '-wig" 'inf' 'YT iff A n "+ ' A . .1 ww -ff J . -, 4 to N-ff A -mia i 4'-I 5 . L. Q U .L . ... -s sw Q f ' 'Q + H F15 - it ii Q P? L C - 'I' - J ' 3 V L ' F13 K f if 1 1 Q3 L ' D if -,ga - 8 V Xxizaii 'ti . 4: 51 5 5 - ' ' ' 'JA- ' 'ar ta ' L .. ' if i 9i,fi1 L,t '- , , Pi' 1: sr. K .Si .,.,-mgxl Q t ,.. x.h V F .15 W ' S N 1' L? ,jak . in Qui ' ,W . K , ' fa L ' - v . f. 1 ' L f ' f ' ' A . P X- 4- it' . 5 " ,. C : i ' f" X K ,K ,, 5, f f z 4 92 , 149 ,si Y , -- K If , , iff' l V of Q ' ' m ,, if Av' ' it gn Q g if ,L sf , i ' K K h fs, h K i 5 , ,. gf! , -I AN 3, Wm? QE' I 154, N. .gil 47' kt - f- .. " ' 1:1 4 di" KKLV 1 , it K' - ' " 4 I I is l N A 'f . 'K ' W qu Q K ' I l ' I if -I . V ' - 9 , . . A , L ' ' 5 fi L f A In . ,L 1 C C ' ,, 2 f , , L yoyt L i s w e Q 1 M ag arfetffz iat, i 1 D Catherine Coffin, Ethel Short, Ann Daughtery, Mary Louise Peebles, Mary Mitchell, 1 , Louise Corsaut, Charlotte Coffin. Q June McComas, Margaret Barnum, Zella Todd, Doris Clough, Madonna Honeynian, Inez Jennings, Viola Nelson. Lois Patten, Lyla Day, Martha Nichols, Marcia Stephenson, Helen Knapp, Mar- garet Carnie, Marian Thorpe, Leota Mulnix, Katherine Burns, Katherine Feister, Blanche Bren- necke, Christie Tollefson, Vvinifred Daugherty. 7 ':-.125 r f,jw 'f5f332f, - Us .....f , A if va 9:?'L .-,,' , V ai ...L Y -A-.J i K - XL t A975-ref' I fx v Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-an: Class of 1924 E 1924 Evita 15111 Brita Bounded t lowa State Teachers Colle e 1908 Alpha Chapter HONORAR1 MEMBERS Miss Mas Smith Mrs. Burkhardt SORORES lN URBE Mrs. John Berg 1? Mrs. Kirk oisen Alice Cain Doris Mullarky Miss Amy Arey Mrs. Jack Murph ' Vera Van hn Ella Cowlishaw Josephine Jennings SORORLS IV PACULTATE Y 'A Y x a Y xg g y Colors Olwe green and white Flower: White Rose N y .3 U D v X 2 Y X 1 A I 1 Louise Hearst Genice Hollis SORORES IN COLLEGE Gertrude Brower Marjorie Hammer Ellen Killen Helen. Ives Alyce Hennings Ruth Knittle Qs Enid Skelton Gertrude Christoiferson Edith Mahon Louise Beach Class of 1925 Class of 1926' M an H Gladys Swain Edna Skelton Lila Bochenthein Gladys Cowlishaw Josephine Prior Wilma Ramsdell 3 Ga, 913' n ft x iif M VP ftj Qjxx . g a p fc. . '1 - Page Three Hundred Twenty-ifwo C9 F1 1 rg ,,.........x ,eff t ' ff' 159,24 GX f"""g . --f fn' Tit . ffwkxx ff ,. X, fi f E ,ef - if A-Sexy mf 0 alieldieffpff XX, f"' xg, jf" Self'-1'-"-" 11' A ' XXX-lfnxxx X K W'-"""f, Nia -,,.,.wff7 x""""w. z ,fl 1 4 'N ' Ag I i ul M X ,Q Q X . . X, hai ,xi SX I 7' " ' W ' ' ' ' ' ' 'V ,I , 1 1 ll r 5 X, 3 xx . Qi? , if i I Y-" at S 2 ,, l . ., H 5 : '-J' 'N xg' wi i , I Alice Jennings, Ruth Knittle, Geneice Hollis, Gertrude Brower, Gladys Cowlishaw, Gladys Swain. Gertrude Christofferson, Ellen Killen, Lyla Bockenthien, Gertrude Lander, Mabel , X Cowlishaw, Josephine Prior, Helen Ives, Ella Cowlishaw. , Louise Beach, Enid Skelton, Edith Mahon, Marjorie Hammer, Frances Barsalow, 1 Edna Skelton, VVi1ma Ramsdel. If I I A v 5'-L Q renee "N ff'i1W " 'fc' , A is- - f V+ A X .Q ,-ng 5,4 ,fi x ' Nun KS -w,,- -Q, gk fy, .x 1. XA- Lryjfv Page Three Hundred Twenty-three HJ- . th I Gi - , 2 l Si? C5 1924 OLD GOLD 1Hhi Gbmega Hi Founded at Lincoln, Nebraska, 1910. Colors: Sapphire blue Mrs. C. S. -Cory Mrs. H. Dahl Dorothy Corning Esther Bly Altadena Van Alstine Frances Dudley Gladys Rowland Mildred Morgan Clarice Donly Berniece Payette Eta Chapter Established at I. S. T. C. 1915 and white Flower: Lily of the Valley HONORARY MEMBERS SORORES IN URBE SORORES IN COLLEGE Class of 1924 Mary Guthrie Elsie Pierce Margaret J ohnk Class of 1925 Leila Pierce Theda Bilney Mrs. Louis Begeman Mrs. F. 0. Jackson Ethel Mentzer Cora Bishop Lucille Ebelheizer Laure E. Peterson Ardell Shurtlelf Agnes Little Ima Schmidt Margaret Busby Class of 1926 Class of 1927 Miriam Wiley Frances Johnson N tg, S Q 076 Iggy . 'N . 1 if ' ' Q fl t x W Page Three Hundred Tfwnzty-four 051125019 Phi Cbmvga Hi :fain ir 1: f X -E-v - i Q7 F-9 Q tv Margaret Busby, Mildred Morgan, Elsie Pierce, Margaret Johnk, Gladys Rowland. Mary Guthrie, Clarice Donly. Miriam Wiley, Altadena Van Alstine, Theda Bilney, Lela Pierce, Bernice Payette. Ardell Shurtleff, Frances Johnson, Frances Dudley, Laura Peterson, I XLACH . A 'lx , A Jr if fe K t6?6-I . ' ' fv O 0: vs A 97, Refs, Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-f e . Q i ? 1924 Organized 1918 3 i ? lghi Sigma 1Hhi ,f ld SU C5 Mabel J essen Marien E. Harmison Oma Penrose Florence Hall Fra Samuels + E l 55? Page Three Hundred Tfwenty-.fix FACULTY MEMBERS MEMBERS Orlina Albright Irene L. Welsh Kathryn Wilke Helen E. Cook axai mcafe 0 if 13 ""1 u -fr - g h- .i'i 0ry 4. -,, . H Mildred Gardner Alice Hueschen Norma Killan Annetta Hanson Jennette Olson 3 I M ! if I5 ,Z 1924 Sigma Tian Brita Organized 1920 1 x I X fi 15 L Q I L l 2 l l . E Q if I 5 iM I f I 1 l Lois Gill Clara Brooks Burnetta Frantz Jean Hill Alice Kiefer Geneva Fober Dorothy Longbotham MEMBERSHIP Beth Tracy Alice Minard Nina Murphy Clara Witter Ruth Pratt Dorothy Mueller xv-it Esther Rae Lois Farrel Mildred Loucks Elizabeth Payne Leila Woolverton Bernice Krahl Gladys Parker YQ We 'Yana 21: '5-gi, X3 Q .g, kv. . .gm fs' 'ul Q ff- W Eli 3 w fr- W1 1 .3 1: ' ' ' , ' 9, , 0 Page Thrze Hundred Tfwenty-.mven O .Q-f"""""' l --""+-s,ks J ,' J, Z,.,....---.rxmx QQLD este ef sswf. N X 1" X f if 155111-I-Ivllvnir Glnunril ff ri 5 l ll ll Organized 1923 - The Pan Hellenic Council was organized during the Fall term of 1923 by x l P the Able Hobo, Alpha Chi Epsilon, and Xanho fraternities. The purpose of the 3 Pan-Hellenic Council is to assist in the welfare of the college and promote higher YN, scholastic standards by the organized efforts of its members. X N. 'ig OFFICERS President ........ ........... . . 'W. A. Scott Y, f Vice President .... .... A . J. Frcie L if Secretary-Treasurer ................. V. Justesen 3 EX MEMBERSHIP H. Il. Love W. J. XVatters W. A. Scott f" J. J. Roeder N. Justesen li. J. VVl1itford N. li. Mastin A. J. lfreie l. ll. CllI'lSl0l:f1'l'SG11 X - 2 I . A 3 f 5 ll l p p . 1 c J s.1' J JJ E 4 t s N55 A 111 51 ' e Cf Lie 3 l. l f S B la I Q ll l' Whitford, Justesen, Scott, Love, Christoffersen. I Freie, Mastin, VVatters, Roeder. ' M. f ,-if Qu. 51? l A Q 'H X .V-P45 TT H 1 -x E A wg 51 91.55 - Page Three Hundred T-wenty-eight gg? ' 1' ,:'J- X , ,ini J' 1. -, A fi W Z f f'f'Ql'Nr-X ff fvf A f M ,kr-ff' 'rx fav T2 mvlaff fr!! X-N lkjrijmwl -, XZJLH Q..-4' - na ,af Ahh, Hahn Orgzniized 1899 gfwmx -tg? X' X. X- x x N S .X X .R -X Q . 2 ,i X x fi ff gllx Yigxf f ' Lawrence A. Wood lanies l'l0lfI'Ell -I. f'. Van Nuys If John lrving Raymond T. Moore Viggo Justvsen ' Neil B. Mastain William Wattvrs John Cook W Bruce NVallz1ce Jov Van Der Brink Paul Rider 3 .Iohn II?1I'Sllll21l'g9I' Harold Palnivr Joe Yount Joe llICC011Il1'll Allon lllnllinvx Lest:-1' lllvyvi' Roger Mullinvx Ira Perry Edwin G. lirockxnan ji l,?lI'llllt'fiHl'I'21Il10lll I.. M. Bogie Leslio Hee-nwr ji 5 Ge-orgv Hzirgze-inf 4 1 PLEDGES RA f' l'llHl'lt'S S2ll'g'U1ll Edwin livflbo Alex D. 'Walker I-ulvffi Hvo1'g14- SQ'llll'SSf'llll2lIlll Ralph FPEIIWI' ,gflf TTT? 4 Lili i Q3 Q 5 xi 5 1 LT., 7 my E 5 if? E ,Q . ii 5 if 5 1 Q 3 ll fl ,, :F Q l i ,N xi i I w 1 NVood, Irving, VVallace, Boebe, Harshbargor, McConnell, Fearer. G. Sargent, Garramoni, R. Mullinox, Be-emer. Mastain, Hitters, NValker, Justeen, Van Nuys. f Schlesselinann, Fottral, Van Der Brink, Palmer, A. Mullins-S, Cook. ll Bogie, Moorv. Brockman, Rider, Yonnt, Ms-yer. f f- :XA Q i ,f 'T T ' k .1 iff? fr 'Q-J X:4..41i..L..,.4..,..--.g..4.',.'i ggi-fx. . , 'f'i:1L..,...'T-"'...-::...."-"'-"....,,...,,fJ , f X C5 Q ff x-0' ,L"""":'.i"1i"i""Ti'l,a:'T.x ""' 'T"1jj'j,1Qj9f' X Rip 4, :N ,f gf".QrQi-'.f.1,, PII-UF Tlzrff llurldrfd Tawlzty-:rifle .V ,,,. l , -l . . ,,. -fw- 4: '1 1 l LEO l cf f XX Lawrence VVliittord Walter Scott Austin Shearer Robert Gibson Ralph Ross 'Fhorwald Clll'lSfOl:f6 VSUII Joseph Vander Veer Artlnn' Myataway Frank llollis -lohn Overgaarrl llloyrl Willard -lolin Roseland X T' VE lx "W x 2 of T: GQLW SXSW, ,LJ Ju! Y Xanhn Organized 1900 . ix 7, Q., ,iff N s I ,J ij , QQ IQ Q CIIAPTER ROllli Kenneth Starbnek Henry Foster Max Miller Harlan Vole t'lnn-les Hearst Paul Stewart Uleon Young Alvin Elll'llH1'Cll Emil VVl1ite llolrart lirown Walter XVllll2llllS Glen Harris Carlton Isley il"-Qxx. X X x Lester Carson Arden Cole Howard Orth Karl Roecler George Williarml Willnn- Elson Vlarenee Ransom George l'l116SllNV?ll61' llarolml Stout George VVliite lierniee POSKAQEIU? Joseph lioecler V Gibson, Shearer, Ross, Christoffersen, Vander Veer, Myataway, Hollis. Starbuck, Foster, Miller, H. Cole, Hearst, Stewart, Young. Ehrhardt, VVhitford, E. White, Carson, A. Cole, Orth. Scott, K. Roeder, G. Willard, Elson, Ransom, Freshwater. Overgaard, L. Willard, Brown, Stout, Vvilliams, J. Roeder. s : K ,-7,-L4 ask FE - a ' " - WE V l l fs! ,wi 1- vw ix Page Three llzuldrfd Thirty X l I t 'x M 'x. H1 ' 1 1 I Jah: L52 l w ,t 1 L. , i. l 1 'Q it li ,AJ ,f I Z' ,MRL X, V 4 . f s -S, Q, ,f X--...,,..,--' f . 5 VV? 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McGlz1de, Day, Riley, Huntloy. il ll-NA fa, PV 1:14-.,L':iDr'-"'-"......., ,A C A ' - . -ff-W' 4' I ll -xxx ,l Q fig V 'XXX 9..:..:f:r:.::,:'.:Z1"'."r':T.:: ' Sf ll "1 i"i.5i'f I. if ' ' f?" X55-X p."f"""'-"-'-l'ITTIT'i""M""3s af M:f.".IfTf' , kj Nl:-lf'2'7"'K . ij? 5 4-' Pay: Tlzref Hundred Thirty-one I 4. ' i i 2 -'S , , : , 2 if x l I I QLD GOLD Eamhhu Gamma Nu Founded at I. S. T. C. 1923 HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. L. I. Reed Mr. Hugh S. Logan Mr. H. M. Merrill Mr. E. W. Goetch H G FRATRES IN COLLEGE Class 1924 Earl London Glenn Moon Clifford Winder Dwight James Walter Ruther Roland Stevens Louis Hersey Gerald lliesch 'Keith Cook Alfred Durant George Mavrelis Elmer Burch Robert Holliday Glover Ferrell Class of 1925 Walter Williams Archie Blank Kenneth Cook . Class of 1926 Allan Brown Wallace Curtis Class of 1927 Palmer Hollis Max Clark George Churchill an-:HSM Mr. Emil Frye Mr. Leo Hughes Robert Greene James Fitzgerald Roy Collins Ralph Pierson Ned Domer Ralph Morgan John Poland Irwin Kaltenbach Herman Cohn Kenneth French Q fc Page Three Hundred Thirty-tfwo 'I W ram M if wi , .5 Q . .. sm I . ,,' 6-I9 . wgzsf -x 3 i ? 2 O 1 C3 i ., ,r gk Wxhl , , ..,v'-K xx Eamhim Gamma II in X friz, N, x ,ri HX Ii : r ,i Q X 'ill lie lx. ,f li 'xx f .iii i X l - , We l l V! Alfred Durant, Robert Green, Dewight James, Palmer Hollis, Roy Collins, Keith Cook. NVallace Curtis. Gerald Diesch, Earl London, Kenneth Cook, james Fitzgerald, Rollin Stevena, Clifford Winder, VValter XVilliarns, George Mavrelis, Glenn VV. Moon. lirwin Knltenbach, YValter Rnrher, G. B. Ferrell, Elmer Burch, George Churchill, Ralph Morgan, Archie Blank, Kenneth French. ,W 4, r .. ...mai 4 --W 4- '- --- .Q Page Tl11'f'eIlm1Jr'fil Tfzifly-tfzrff ..-...,.,.d,.,. 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Z" gjy 3 5:1-:,..:f.,.'f..-....,.""'1,- - Ti 2 ' f' ""-"'l........,'::T. .. . ,gn ,..,., 1 , .,, , .,., N-, 1 .- - " N ,,.,, ig 'rfpux yn -W ..,,..1-n.--,--..,w-,.,.....n..-W. ' ' g WZ, ,,,,,,.,.,, Y , . Ap-' nv, N, A ,, , A L- ---------------A-QL-v---Q -X -5 CJ, . 1 K K - 4----f- ---- ---4 -2, X . 4-f.:3,ALZIfL4,:f PIIQE Three Ilundrffd Thirty-.fix wf..:Y:,:-1'i7,:55" 'N.g1' fl, , 1924 El. 01. Eullrtin Emeril i MONEY AND A FUTURE MAN For Summer or Permanent e - A Paul Stewart mployinent see 2314 Walnut Telephone 273-J LOST: pA meal ticket. QAnother fair Co-ed jiltedl. - LOST: CHIEF AMERICAN POETS CPlease Return to College Offieej. A 'Even if you never studied you should k Aa L4 46 KK Eilamnun Ahhrban at J. 5. CI. CH. Registrar's Office Ch Bartlett Hall Va apel Talks nity Beaute Shoppe Nell Knnmn Qbuntatinna hy Zllanmun Authors You 're not infantskn This room is used for study and not- For heavens sake people-" You may respond to the roll call, please" 'Think!" at CC L4 CK LL Perfectly general and perfectly true and Set down! V' That is, T mean- Now Emerson says-H A There ought to be a state law prohibiting more than two pieces". AA li 61 LC in All right, all right, let ls go on,'. That doesn't amount to two rows of pins You lazy little buggersw. Half close your eyes so you can get the vv -QQACH Y agi, pf-15.8.12 . . , -I 4 s 1 , 00 076 913 , KQSI3' now this ' '. k utterly absurd". 5 , pumpkin pie from being cut into i i li 7! hole eifect ' '. " lf' f' 0 in Page Three Hundred Thirty-.vefven .r W -..U .w,.......m,., gms mxlhi, A Q 'Q 2 ' Mil' rl! E iw 'fd J, Y CV -W ,f"""N"kNN vi. VW? 2 mf 'W 'WN ...- . - ., ' K ' x ' , , ' ' ..-A , 'vw-....,,, N., W""W-H-m..h,5 '5 E 9 555gw S.,! g 2 ,K 4.,, ,M--f-f "' -M-N. - ,. , NM, - K 1 1 t ' , ' M Hx -, X !w,,mm..,ML if ,wr gui iw ' f jfzjdw. mx -. ,J!,,,-1-M-A, K- N-Q-f -- N -ff-V . , " ,Q-H-hw,-f ,,.1,:f Xu-..--H--. if ff'-1--w.g,,,w-1' L' NX 2 v ,f LM X. W 1 Rl s 7 X w j X 1 X T 5 , rn j W I 2 3 X E 2 2 g 1 i 1 1 I Q J Y I ! J J, . I X- 'f X ,J X f fi .xx f A 1 Y 1 1 , :P 'f I Y 1 ' ' J X . 5 X' 1. 3 TX I 4 -3 E . ' l , ' Q J A 3 '- - f .7 X ." Y :fx ' ,iqgiv wifi-, , , if flmp.,-K - I 51 ' AE l , ' Q ? N ' 1 , 1 5' 1 , 1 . f 1 i A K1 g 1 1 23, 1 v -ug J ' fu 1 'ful fs ggi, kv Q , :gif Y " . -1--w , Q 4 . 3 5 2 5 3 ' z A l , f 1 4 5 ' Q F 1 E 1 ' ! ,J 1,1 Q 3 s I 4 f ' 1 I H X x ig' ' "3 'EJ , Q A, X .W ,, -,N J M ., ..b..-,.,W.m Mm. ..,. ,,.m.,M..,A.W,-w ,--- ., . ,,W.,.W. -31 W an WSW ,W . ,D n.,......-,,,m., ...,..'f:D -- ' Q .A .,zv-.h. A fx - "' X .A ., , "U , Tifziz' f' yxiig.. 'm":i1::m.,f' , ff! K 'Y - iflffvi ff" 1 .Xxx-Dy? Mm, v ,. -...,,.., VM. -.., NA If :gr i'if,...v,....-,,.,.Y ,,, .Q A. ,,....f, j WT, , NM. .. -,.-... ,. . , EZ?-gd , MM.. N,,,f ' '11'fw' ' fwfr W Q " Z -.eff Page Three Hundred Tlzirfy-eight 4 l oi.iv2G0LD 1815 illrat 15111 He wore his college frat pin Just southwest of his heart And swore that from that resting place That frat pin should ne er depart. The days that came still found him Unmoved and standing pat He always wore that frat pin For the honor of his frat. His high resolve took chase And a soft voice coaxed his frat pin From it is old abiding place. He took it from its honored throne Where only two days it had sat Q , ' 7 if ! ij' One day two eyes pursued him ' 0 9 :N 'N l A 4 Cf' C? And on her breast he placed it For the honor of his frat. 46 ik SE ik 516 Now neither wear that frat pin Dear college days are o'er, She caters to his every want, He settles up the score. In the old time honored spiketail coat Now rests a snow white cat, And the frat pin fastens- baby clothes- Well-it always happens like that. Q -QEICH 0 r V 5 'fa 1 A A Page Three Hundred Thirty-nine iff' D tl so B ' - f W M fy file fe Y .I sl.i ' g Q 1 0 els hd r e E 1 4 'xi Q new ff- J 1 , ? 3 Q E J 1924 IDHV7' 1176A HON CARD 4 Sure My a clean heet of paper What are you going to do with it? What's the idea? Wh t's it ell about? That's kind of a crazy thing A4441 WZ- to do, but 1'11 do it I may be igning my life - away, but here goes M , 771 'le l' I'm not going o ign over -2.30 OO. ,, K Yes ma'am What's this? I never af, could make e decent T'. WL My what a pen' Emi!! I don't.eet the significance of signing this paper Do you call this a pen? What are you going to do with it? 1 kinda. iike to know what Pm igning Jie., Q07 Is that all you want? I oon't know what the big idea. is What am I getting into Hey? We l I -ee they are all Seniors. t i h ' ' th t the icieg? mTh2?:lPg ist?-resiin,a to look over the list What do you want ir for? My I'wr1te an awful scrawl Do you want me to write my best? Awgfyefz e ,awe What am I signing? This .vvrv-uu.., is poor business. . 4 1 I ' . X U 5. , . 1 0 U 2. o-. W , ? v 1 , 1. S 6' . f X I ' . X 7-5 cQ,ue:-,tions she asked none!!!J 3 lwl 1 0 1 , Q if Str? Jus H' , 1 E 8 1 X 1 5 lf B 1 2 T f 1 Li Sf I . I What is it? Am I signing a. . - note for a hundred dollars? Z My, what a pen. It won't write. ' what' u'f?1'h tbsme'ket 6 it. flopegligt is-n't tgrghxgblvsoffeoug peganshfp What's this for? Is it binding? jf Whz:.t's it for? My writing is - as bum as Glenn Brovm's. 5' 4 Z My that's awful. Let's take the "E" out. ' ' L t 't d 0 I 't ' . ...os G wa, 'as sa. ashlee 322.22 29.2.52 1 xkQWf"f4?5 i R W5 ' 'Qi A - A 'T E Em f Q Ng '- Spy!! Q - iam h' f Ye-199 X Page, Three Hundred Forty-one I Q 3 5 1 ,X it I S29 C5 1924 e ow GOT-U She others ' '. He : Girl Boy Ci COwed to Bartlett Hall Benchj Oh! most lofty chair! You are the seat of my joy, my despair I wait in trembling fear As approaching footsteps near. I rise in expectant ecstasy to greet My beloved- But alas, alack such is my fate For around the corner comes 'tlast night 's date". Now Flr Some Poetry. A little rouge, a little curl, A powder box, a pretty girl, A bit of rain, away it goes, A different girl, with freckled nose. HTell the truth now, you men like talkative Women as well as the What othersfll' What,s your opinion of these women who imitate men?" HThey are idiots' '. Girl: "The imitation is perfect". "And what's the chief difference between those two men?" "Probably a woman? lk 59? Page Three Hundred Forty-tfwo fgfucu Q1 We f 0, 'f f' 0 I W E., WH. F ,A l il -Q. ,I : . Q9 U I Page Tf1lAf'!? Hundred Forfy-three 6 f . YY ' a a E 1 9. I. ! 1 4 E i 1 f '-W Tm ..,,. 1 ' 573 5 1' 1 , wi ,..i f ffii , 1 M. ,J avg V 0, Y K I Q 5 i ' s 1 e R A E . , . 4 1 17, 5 ! - w 29 ,J I fi, II if . i , . I 1 1 I I 5 ' I I I I 3 I I I I 1 I I I I I 924 OED GOLD lgrnhurtiuna Starring at the Anhitnrium thin Swann THE LITTLE MINISTER ........,.. ............ G ordon Smith THE RIVALS .'.. ..."..... 'ltl I ' l'he Man who went to seek his fortune ' I Earl London THE IMAGINARY INVALID ......... ..., E liner Burch WOMEN PROOF ............ ....... H erbert Love HUMAN WRECKAGE ....... The Old Gold Stalin GLIMPSES OF THE MOON .... Leila Woolverton ROLLO'S WILD OAT ....... . .Marjorie Patterson VVAY DOWN EAST ....... .... 1+ iveiyn Arquette THE SPANISH DANCER .....,.... .... S arah Ordonez WHERE THE PAVEMENT ENDS .................... Marjorie Hammer THE GRAVE DIGGERS SCENE FROM HAMLET 2525511 I .... Twins THE PERFEOT'FOOL ....... Paul Stewart THE HEART RAIDER .... Joe Roeder WHY WORRY? ........ .... I Dwight James THE INIIRACLIE MAN .... .... D r. Mead FLAMING YOUTH I Bflgfflfggg CLARENCE ...... . . . Vera. Wallace HEARD ON THE "LEDGE" JOE: '4Well, Ethel, how did you like the movie last night?" ETHEL: "Well, the heroine came stealthy on the stage, dagger in one hand, and knelt behind a clump of ribbons. The hero emerged from a large bunch of flowers, Where upon she stabbed him and he sank into a handsome aig- rette". This may sound like a silly play, concluded Ethel, "but the woman in front of me Wouldn't remove her hat and that's the Way it appeared to me". wen if i at gh If IQ: Page Three Hundred Forty-four Dgfifs-fc- 91" I X 3 W I II I I I I ' I I I I 1924 Q X , X ff 'fl Q-L if l E Q - aw X .-j 'Q :D A I K If , ' i K Sf , f fi 9 ff HW lm'-fl: ig'g X" 1 0 X n lull 5 5, xl K , F - 1 un ,Q 1 Q 'LT ,ifv f W : Q L' ff M X P Q A sum You LOVE T0 T0 H ,fmriw JW, ::..- M N x7' ' -ff ff Pa If Il 1 il' fz , .fy Pngz' Tl1rf1'H11ndrUd Furry-six l f 1 v. 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We strive to make you happy with our thoughtful deeds. Xqbg No matter if you have a cold, a heartache or some other pain, X We guarantee to cure you just the same, '- V VVe guarantee to cure you just the same, I 3 I f , -' I S, Q fl et fr m- 4 , -X 41s 2 - WAI ' , ., fd r 4 5 X W H, 'a ,- l IVA ' r, , Il A. V .- Ax - fn Z in 'sr N !L9fQeAcw.Q5Q1t R JIVSV I M QQ' W LN Lo N iii-, 1 . 93N Q. H fi, vxx u T A iw WU Pagv Three llumired Forty-.vefc'en E .v,,,.......,-.-..- ,4f1""' -ELK -if' . fa pf ffl e 1 1 we E. Ii lr ff M, 'Q N . 1 f Q ' f' ...... A-Q .,.. 1-ff' WM-,..:K,.1 5 1.34-fbi-f.Lf f P f1,,.11ff""" !g,,f'.mk:::ij,,f' fx Z X K Q ,N'.X il, HJ,-' xr -Q..., As-I 'KMA X X Q lf! ,NX 2 fi X f ? X fi 'Fx , Ra - 'ffff H ? 5 as F ? ' 3 5 L 'v is - , X If N ii f e X 7 , , fa X" W ,, . l, K X , . f p ff -- .- .1 ' fi ff H' ', , e e fy 5, H - ,jill ,,ff.jf51,d ,V X 5 E x -I e' U0 ,Q 'K,.effff!1ii" f -J-E.. . E ax. fffllerfan . ' if Q if I ' " Z "V 1 I ' . ,.-,.Qfif-L... Ax See,-iq X- Mhfiif' ' J , , Hi Q f 1 4 N . . ,.. . f E535 fgxfn-7. 1 QV, V, ag Q FK 4 I 1 .L- 5 ,lax ' fonsol. School I , Q., ,f 5,513 , f ,Y f nf , 'gkxmj I E ,' Xwfljlh v. U L 4 in i .Lea l?5!.ffg!'p'164:5ggg I E U SL 1,2 3 14 -wf":f:2f'f2fw 1 il m u 1- O X . v -'!ijgip,'s,m!2i'f,aQw ' .' -.4 f s 1 E qgqfggb.-, 11,4114 g I 2 ffl!! ' ' Pee! 1 1 qxfutakw K "e""'1iU'-'M fl Few Fntuuu e Q .7 Qmpbei i 1 MEMBER! QIXINHT , Q ll' I X THE va v e 1' 17 1-al School an ? - ix 1, ? , . 3? 03 E-9 figklfx X - ":'G:"'fa-tx .-' 1 "FD xygxx :K . 4 . 5 fk- .2 XX CN k..""...'.IQfi.IIffIIlf1'.f'..1'.fli..'f1'Q gif. 5'::.1-'..::::.1-::.':'..t- f Q . -M 7Qf' gf A f74,.'2h--------W--w1f?Q Q 5.-f,:.3,':,?f'f Page Three Ilundred Forty-ezght 4 oifiJZG0LD .Unkva Near sighted Lady Cin groceryj ' Is that the head cheese over there? Salesman: lXo ma am that s one of his assistants . Fottral: Vihy so tired today? Garry: Too much exercise last night up at the All Colleve Tramp swinging dumb belles. 'He never completed his education? Wo- he died a bachelor . Pat how about my small steak? In -1 minute. Brickv the chef inislaid his eye glassesq Cheery Philosopher: I believe that for every single thing we give avs ay it comes hacl' two fold r The Other: That s just my experience. Last December I gave away my daughter and she and her husband are now back with us. George Mavrelis Girl: With such a good job you ought to be fired with I 4 77 A 1: cc Y 9 7 , as ' 7 H v v H . Y L4 SA 77 , O 77 , 1 V. K4 77 l L 7 ! CC " y K 44 " K xy 44 I V f N X cz 7 y , 1 - v. A ' 7 7 7 ii A 7 ' C 77 v 611 it i ci l l I 4 :H thusiasm . George: "That's the trouble. I just wasiv Professor -: 'Ain order to fully appreciate this lectureon Darwin 's Origin of Species' you must fix your eyes on mef' Colored Minister to Congregation: De lack of faith ob yo' niggahs is scan- dalous and sinful. Heah we hab come together to beg de Lord to stop de drought and send us rain, and not one of yo' sinners has faith enough to bring an um- brellaf' 1 Miss Martin Cin Drama Classj: "Have all of you paid for 'What You Think'?', John Poland: 'iDo you have to pay money for what you think'Zi' "Pa, if the equator is an imaginary line around the earth. is the ocean 's Wash hung on it?" o QR If kri hsi m 'fe ef' Qglg, Page Three Hundred Forty-nine - wa il A ga? JC, A 4 4 I 1 -: , 6 - - 4 x 1 Bw Q 1924 1 fl 'ZH 'X if fu A 0 G R KGB ,fr f r 'Lu , L , fgtq ' tQC" f, , -, 93 ' A We. J A ,b uo y , ,J p,f,y - ?s-we if G l T C-1' O Peg: ' ' Honest, ' A ,1 i ow GOLD ,fakes I wish l. was a Hershey Bar Melting in the sung l'd melt and melt and melt an And run and run and run. I wish I were a 'lectric light Hanging on the ceiling I'd fall upon somebody 's head d melt, And make them look appealing. did he say I was like a dove?" Marj: UI guess that was it, if I remember right his real words were Pig- eon-toed. ' ' . Soph.: t'Hey, will you get my watch? It 's upstairs." iv Frosh.: Aw wait awhile and it 'll run down." Soph.: HNO it won't, we 've got a winding stairwayf Mr. Mach Cstopping in the middle of an explanationj z K-t'What was I go- ing to say Miss Griffith? . Miss G.: 4'I'm sure I don't know." Mr. M.: "You ought to, you made me forget it. 'Q' Commercial Department offers new system in Typing The Columbus System: Discover and Land. "Eat, drink and be merry," said the frog, "for tonight we er0ak." Teacher: 4'What is ignorance, Tommie?', Tommie: "Ignorance is when you don't know any thing and someone finds it out. ' ' Du Pont, the great chemist, says that he is going to try and Hnd something that will take the place of sleep. UDidn't he ever have a girl?" asks Joe Vander Brink. ' Mr. Charles: '4What effect does the resfating of a question have upon :1 pupil ? ' ' Pupil: "Will you please state that question again?" fe we' ? I ' L , 'N T0 2 lf r'N em ,ig I , K elef' Page Three Hundred Fifty-one A Page Tllrfe Ilund1'fdI"ifty-Iaco I' .1 ,Q . ,jr W1 ,Y .Q 1,....- 15.1. . ., J , 1 . ,. if! eH,.:grf,fsu, In V Q hm, ,I .-.,- If I W "--A "'-- M- 1 fm' fp , -1 ,, "d.j,E-,s.,' ,nga-.K . ikmnk- .sr -Nhmnrx .142 1 V k il 4 s' I ! R I I I I E . 3 M wi I R K X !...--.i.., w.....,,,,,, 3-.Y .. . w X R f ci f . H ,mf fi ,--,.. - - , - -4 '.-,gf '52-Y 4 4. ay ,H .1 Page Tlzrez Ilundred Fiffy-three I 6 :ni-9 i ei ft 1924 . e ow GGLU: Gllana itunes Freshman: Greenstone Sophomore: Blarney Stone Junior: Grindstone Senior: Grave Stone Nina Clock: 'tWhat did you write on your citizenship papers which you should remember here in school?" Pupil: ttHelp the teachern. ' Nina Clock: HIS there any other, which applies to your teacher?" Pupil: Hlie kind to dumb animals." Uhr ilirfnrmeltinn A stenographer married but found the man was not her type so she erased him from her life. To the real estate woman, her husband was not a good buy so she said 'good- bye." . An actress considered her wedding merely as the opening act on a vaude- ville program. When the bookkeeper took a trial balance of her married lite, her husband was found wanting, so she charged him to the profit and loss account, and that ended her romance. A school-teacher's husband could not stand her tests so was not permitted to pass into the next step of her life. A saleslady who married, decided her husband was found wanting, so she charged him to the Profit and loss account, and that ended her romance. A school-teacher's husband-could not stand her tests so was not permitted to pass into the next step of her life. A saleslady who married, decided her husband was not a bargain and that their marriage was a misfit. To the postotfice clerk, her marriage was a dead letter. A musician found her husband was a minor so their marriage is now a Lost Chord. To the librarian, 'what her husband says is a dead language. A telephone girl married but found she had the wrong party so was dis- connected. A nurse married a dead one and as her line was live ones, she got a divorce. The reformers say all that must be changed but they do not say how. What you hear is never half so important as what you over-hear. 1-..1."' 4 'S no .Q 1: ki p ak C. 60 Q? q AKD it so if'-i ' XQ K: ' , V . ' . Page Three Hundred Fzfty-four QE Q ' 3 2 3 tif? it 1924 LD OLD G0 4 0 kx 0 ff ,, Q5 1 no af p 9 , ,ian-.wp v , x, -rr ! A n , A M. . ff nf! X, krbjad ll. V 'ent' W Tl Hundred Fifty ... . . . 4 A A 4 X ,CK L uuulunlllllulut 9 S - , L 5.3 -'t gf '- 'K' sh X ff 'W -: Q A '2 -A 4- "2 ' 1' f 1' Q F' QQWQEQ., ::,44 5.3, ' H- ' '- N 1 i ,, ,vw Vw... f. nn- ,xj ,.-1,-:W . Ike., , I WW! i in - - ff A ., A... - - ' 1 I , if f - .'w.,:wW1 4 f' - , , 1, +5 F f , . 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A 1 EAL . ,, ,. ,A , A i u ,pa fig ,xiii ' ' we- 1 , ,. - NN A "'- V A Au A AQ A4 L- A -'IWW-,H-M M:,,,,, ,,, ., 4.4.r'.--- , A V1-uf ' , 1 ,,A. ,QQCXM L V-mmmnnmmlm I , WAN- A.AAAA. A A4,, , ,K W l A A4 ,H 0 A A 4 1 M ,,,A fAIQQ,Q'f,, WJ! , . - . ll Pays Threw Iluuirel, I-11 ty-six p Q1 X - 5' '11, V, V Vf iii ' A 0 Q Q f 1924 X K X OLD GOLD , fi ,ig'i'g:Li::iiX ,ff Q x x 2 5 I E 5 I A. .f A. J i ,f , ' I X 3 X K . x f fi 1 K 5 ' F 5 I 2 f Q K x If .s 5X js! li 5' Y, ,f , 5 ,E gf 2 R fi Ei 4 yt yi ai 'i 'l, C5q5C..,.i"'.w" Qifitizv gig 5 1 ' kg I -' 5 3 I lg! ani, ex 5 I 5 3 Q 1 l 1 1 I , f 9 2 5 . S 2 1 1 l S 3 , , s i i ' 5 f g i W gig m 2' C A ' if fi ! C253 of .ig .---M-W rw 'ff pf C+-M1 ff his lxxgfl' Q1 QQ 1 . '."Q'l'f:' "ffm TIT: 111 '. 'Y f . Y "IIN '.'1.., "'l.'..'f::.'1T."f11f'f"f, , .fQlQ.-...."'-"'f'f iQ ., lj lflflff' Tllilgf-D ..A. -'X , f eg, - , Page Tfzrff Il1111drvdFifty-seven ' , , QR 91 S gf 5 QQ Y QQKN Q QQ n fi' mn J? . V i f, . A Page Three Hundred Fifty-figlzz Nm ,W ... -Ns 2 'TETZ7 ' 42 ,. ng' TV' XA. u ,.... .J --.,,,-.,-..,x N. mx""4365!,,Vf gg-.X ,, Nw Q .H --. .NW .N -.i xl 'nv x 1-Y"'i.n xs.,-f" N ' , . ,..,.,......,.,,, ,, by A 'X -ff v: U "TegL"f' -- .M Page Three llundred Fifly-zzizzc if I' v X at is a 1, i 5 Q, Q 1551 big sal' if: 33? yrgz 1 f i 1 eff! -M 'Q Qf 4 il a 3 Q I i 5 is 52 Ez is ii xg ri i I -ffe'M"""-Se ,V------... ,fffe-'MA'-:Ts "'1'i' il fs X1 ,..fj,fZi1f"'W-libs r' 3 The Home of Style, Value and Service i s I e' ly The ILLI MS CO, 'QR 185 BRIDGE STREET .il li Specialists in t g .lf fl' ji Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to-Wear 5 M5 m e., WATERLQQ, IOWA .i H fi I ll -L l :el -at 0 uryaxe, l ' . . gl . . . 5.1152 7 5 Keeping abreast of public needs is only one of the. many j' features that distinguish this great home furnishing in- - 1 i l 5 stitution from the common run of stores. Besides this H l t Conveni t We guarantee satisfaction or will gladly refund your money. I ' Payments We deliver justifiable purchases anywhere Within 100 miles. A I We pay the freight in lowa on purchases of S5 or more. N? i 5 We pay your fare one Way on 2100--both on S200 order. 3 'N l Q We carry everything to furnish the home including 1 E i pianos and phonographs. E l : You may shop here in confidence always. 2 I . i 2 5 l l A STORE YoU OUGHT TO KNOW t . V 5 ai h is :La meme eunmusufr l WATERLGGJ- - IOVVA ei i 1 N: , Yms ,,. r cilir .aa .,se. Q!! N':Jl-l-lLli,'1E---TE --ill?-..i1TLi'fe'4,i i f 'iiulylfi'-:flff'l:,llEff.ff:f,fQ,f1.'fff',Qf'l'f'f'f If " ilfg, ,.r'A2'-' " Page Three Hundred Sixty l ze off GOL RVEY B IRD DISTRICT AGENT or The Peorla Llfe Insurance Company An Old Line Legal Reserve Company p t d 1 8 Today recognized as one of the leading companies of the Middle West f f ' X f x Incor ora e 90 - ,, , as - ' 2-" 1 'eff F9 5 4 1 3 ? , + J "Policies as Strong as Farm Mortgages can make them." 5 i 408 Main Street Phone 663 E? CEDAR FALLS, IOWA I M xx L W -27 Y I, 5 I ,IA4 K. V A X933 - , -, xiij,W I h X iff, Page Three Hundred Szxty-one 5 4 I oi.i9'ZG0LD HAWKEYE ALVX AYS DEPENDABI F QW M Q, f is 'QA A GUARANTEE ' -i OF PERMANENCE NONE MANUFACTURED AT DES MOINES IOWA PROMPT SHIPMENT VIA 4 R I! E fi I Z .1 2 ,Vg S , gg. RA L A . . 1 ll 6:5 5 Chicago, Burlington Sz Quincy Railroad, Chicago Great Western Railroad, Chicago, Rock Island Sz Pacific Railroad, Chicago Sz Northwestern Railroad, Chicago, Milwaukee Sz St. Paul Railroad, Des Moines Sz Central Iowa Railroad, Et. Dodge, Des Moines Sz Southern Railway, Minneapolis Sz St. Louis Railroad, Wabash Railroad, AND CONNECTIONS HAWKEYE PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY DES MOINES, IOWA f"ff ELT, I' - f A , Q35 ii ,il V ,176 s - ' ,g + - Page Thrfz' Hu11dredSixty-mea X 1 l 1 l I 5 I I I'l iii il ld ll J , i 6 I ' 1 1924 ' The Pump for House or Farm A Cedar Falls Product Used Everywhere VIKING PUMP COMPANY CEDAR FALLs, IOWA 1- . lie V i 3 i gl, 5. l if Ll r l I bs Send Your Kodak Finishing and Enlarging to Colle g e H i ll S t u d i o BROWN 82 PORTER 2208 College St. Phone 680 Cedar Falls, Iowa W. H. jeffersons Bakery 2 lst and College Streets Phone 916 Ellen Killen Creading "College Eyenj Abbie Cole '23 Visited friends on the the past week. "Good Heavens, do they publish your age in the 'College Eye'l', 5-',l..-5 QW va ,.- - , I 1719 "U'cNfe." ' wp Q fd , ., , - , A L '- ' f Qji QQ, ,- j x -Qf g l' A I P -6 ' T! ee Ilnndzf 'lx :ree ,elggf 1, - -dsfy-ff l 4 OEJZGOLD Photographs o Distinction ER MA O f , . . VEATCH M ahers of g mS'f1wC,, Pictures you will cs 5 Q ' -.3 be proud to show and give your friends. ex 'f 'A.orP" 'J i it E 1 55 T zree Hun -f 1924 OLD GOLD so Pran MILLER SHOE C0 g liqiability is the Foundation of our Busineis 319 Main Street Cedar Falls tsl. 'o1.1L7a'ya.1' When You Leave School 5ou will want to use in your art Work those same high grade materials that have helped make your class work successful. It is possible to owrain Prang liquid tempera, 'Rcliefo Pastello , or any other of our other ma- terials in 'mv town wher- .'sc K-iii. ' Lv, 4 i i 5 ,Age B If X I 2 "Prang', water colors, 66 v N - tc 5 U .s U 9 S 1 xii 1 II NIIRX 4 l ever you may be located. If your local dealer does not have just what you Vvilllt, write us and we will see that these art materials are forthcoming at once. Every Art teacher keeps our catalog on file. If you have no copy let us send you one. Wve wish to continue serv- ing you after you leave Iowa State Teachers Col- lege. Wve know you will give us the opportunity to do so. The American Crayon ,I GIFTS THAT LAST -111 WATCHIQS. CLOCKS. DIANIONDS SILYFRWARI-I AND CUl'GI,fXSS Repair Wflurk 01 Sperialiy L 0 Y E R ' S ,JEWELRY sToRE N 'sie I age Tfzrff filllldff' f Yixfy- ive CN 412 Xlain Street Phone 325 JOITIDHHY qandusky, Ohio NCW York 35q3'i1AvRs 1-LXPr1kIf1Xt'E I-Israhlished 1935 " 'X CEDAR H"'1f I X -4 iw, 'p'. ea A K 3 vfEg,uM,J' f YC X R, 7 - 1, 1 or L ' 1 A f 'P co I 1 Mg er fi I l V l 5 l ll li ,, il ll ll il ll lr 5 . SV f" l l lx Lf 7, 1q24 QLD QOLD, X a were 9990 i 1 Unique Cleaners i and Dyers ' You know the reputation of the K Unique Cleaners f Phone 209 324 lX4ain St. l Give us a trial. Goods called for and delivered F. R. SI-IERK, Manager Radiator Pads Loan Headquarters for Teachers fa Our loan service is the Convenient and Dignified way to borrow money. Your entire transaction is kept in strictest Confdence. l Write for free booklet, "How to Borrow in a Dignijied Wa5f." Q i "Largest Loan Company Ln Iowa l Avi? SOA, ' Qx9QXiiN'r'4,!xS! ,W sum: Om--Q. 0o,,h LOAN co. we S,f7l7P,c-F XILQP-XY. 419-420-421 Hippee Building Des Moines, Iowa N' Z NX Q gt h is fl A fd? sis a a Ri Page Three Hundred Sixty-.tix 4 OQJZGOLD Shoe Repalrlng . FOf Your Parties Prompt SCTVICC INSIST ON C R WELL S ICE CREAM Reasonable PIICCS We Warrant Our Work Accessories in Stock ' 'fj CEDAR '1 FALLS Q- ICE COMPANY Peter Mortensen 913 W. 23rd Street ICE CREAM SHERBET 409 MAIN sr. Phone 7 2214 COLLEGE STREET 5 Add: zonal Mac mery Recently Installed l Enables Us to I Carry a Large Assortment of and A for Your ene 1 Q I 6:2 w r f 1 I O Beyond Compare GENTLEIS FRUIT STORE Headquarters for Fruits, Candies, Fancy Groceries Holly Brand Chocolates PHONE 605 - . fr f - 93? me V-' R 0 sa w s' l X. '1 lr-I-r ' ' 5 6 , Page Three Hundred Sixly-sefuen N A a B fi Phone 48 -g C9 U l 1 Q I g! QQ Ci l is Qgffor ERY COLLEGE Necessarily Depends Upon its - Former Students and Alumni to send it a large proportion of its students. The nearly S000 Alumni of the Iowa State Teachers College have an immeasurable iniluence when it comes to determining whether young people shall N V attend college and where they shall attend. P We Appeal To You l who are willing to become and capable of becoming first class teachers. The College Is in season all the year. ' Secures positions for all who are prepared. Q N Offers opportunities to prepare for any kind of Cer- tihcate, 3 ,1 Leads in Educational Standards of the United l 1 States. The Summer Session begins June 4, 1924, and at the same time Extension Summer Schools will he held for twelve weeks in six other cities of Iowa. Help Us Get the Young People Into College 1 . 2 Iowa State Teachers College H. H, SEERLEY, President IZ CEDAR FALLs,1oWA Q Q' 0 - le . 5' Q E L, A I " u 1 1 i , c le 9 . . 'af lugs Three H nd 'ed S xty-ezght is ' gg, 3 I X K to do your best to send us worthy young people .i 3 N C' F D 1924 ow G01-D The C 0-E d I nn Special Meals Short Orders Banquets Q I Quality Service Courtesy A , , 2107 College Street L Phone 026 Romeo, Romeo, Where art thou? ' s I If You Are Looking Fraternity PINS, C5 for Society Pins. l ' Class Pins, , FIRST CLASS WORK and all can at Fraternity l I and CULLEGE HILL School jewelry I I SI-IOE REPAIR SHOP . I Fraternityhlewelry Il QuickService Mfg, Company Work Quammeed CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA cHRis ANDERSEN, Prop, L HH2 ,f 'MSE "L linker:-14-A9 I 1 we - IK ref----aaa A .5 ., r' ' in K W I :T 'JQL -,,,..,,, ,ff ,Q 1 r W R W , ' Y ' gl-. . f W" . 'fc-19" v - H, are nee Hundre Sixty 'J Pjrl- d' -nin '7 -4 x H XX X 1' ,f'f9,.. is all T' ,ED ggOLi35,,z,fXN,x ,,f""w.N , f Q V ' ,gcfff '-xbox,-,Z"xx NX X if Rl ,fi BRoNSoN AND BRoNSoN lx I . :ffl MILLINERY X 1 f ?'M 1 X f Profits small, Business great l lg Thats the way, we operate A 5 S Half Block West of lnterurban Station J if A. E. BURNELL gr iff ' "What are you going to do Q35 LVOPFGCKOI' tomorrow?" Fx I 3 pa,me,G,udwle "I have nothing in my mind." 1 "I know, but what are you lf Oflice: 3152 Main Street going to do tomorrow?" l Res. OHice: 2019 College Street Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free S l l i if lil' Us A N E W l Cs! YD E, SPRING DRESSES g ARRIVING DAILY g tiful and were selected with the idea of getting Dresses with class They are beau ' ' l f r the College Miss. ' d. something suitab e o and service that are Reasonably Price 319.50 and 5525.00 . I Ci I SMA R T SHOP 214 :asf rounrnsr wArfnzoa.1owA :- 1 i 5 - SYQK JJ sb -34,403 if ,A - Y DW' ly-fkg giqtd ll RQ Iundred Seventy , Page Three I 1 A j I 1924 ARTISTS MATERIALS Oil Colors in Tubes Water Colors in Tubes and Half Pans Canvas-Stretcher Frames Academy and Pastel Boards Brushes and Drawing Paper Where Service Counts Standard Glass 86 Paint Co. WATERLOO, IOWA xx fr K Q , f ,f 'T 1 When in Waterloo see our windows for Latest and Best Styles in Foot- wear for M I L A D Y We carr y Triple AAA in the daintiest styles 54.98 Save Money 84.98 at KINNEY'S, Waterloo li The one thing that interests and touches every life in j W1 the economic relations of man to man is Lira """' 5 BUSINESS 5 5 For 40 years this institution has been training ambitious Q you-ng people to meet the practical affairs of life in a Q business-like manner. Ufhy not make this education a part of your training for life? GATES COLLEGE fFormerly known as the Waterloo Business Collegej I WATERLOO, IOWA I Fully accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools yi X ljikgf, , srwx- , ASX 5525 F E A c Q90 - 1 iw' If 'N ' ,A . A -f E Page Three Hundred Sefventy-one l C9 O 1924 jf, I Q , 3 jfiifim ,X xx 44 Xgtud-,A SPRING 1924 We now have on display our entire Zine of Apparel for Young 0 M e n I .5- H . N . IS R A E L ,i Clorhier and Furnishex' ? VVHY GIRLS LIQAVIC HONIIC PLAZA RIALTC Q THEATRE GARDEN VVA'l'ERl.OO, IOVVA VVATERLOO, IOVVA ONE OF THE FINEST ... THEA TRES IN IOXVA , , Dancmg Every Nlght 8-12 Choice Productions I , Famous Siam A HIGH CLASS PLACE I Excellent Stage Specialties , I PRESENTED n ' v b I b i W1 TH A ,MUSICAL PROGRAM Unique in its Decorative Appointments 1 QF QUYALITY and Dainty Refreshments Q Plaza Grand "' O R C I-I E S T R A The Finest Place in Iowa for . TEN SOLOISIS Kimball Organ Kimball Grand Piano I Dirfcmm ALEXANDER FR-,,XA,VK Direction ALEXANDER FRfX.'X'K be x I-I . we ee Y I Xffa h. X - sy Page Three Hundred Sefventy-tfico ,lf 1924 Gifts that Last We ve got things to eat That can t be beat a r e especially appreciated for Smith s Filling Station Commencement and Wedding Presents and are best bought and most easily selected at Chase's jewelry Store 311 Main St. Branch, 2012 College St. Eat the best Forget the rest Corner 23rd and College -gg' l f oLD OLD G Rf Time erases many Memories . . . But photographs remain unchanged throughout the year F L I N T PoRTRA1Ts OF QUALITY BY PHOTOGRAPHY U SOOM' Commercial St. WATERLOO, IA. Phone 184 6 x Be photographed this year on your birthday 'R 75 97' 2 ' Atl, Q x lfvlfk vs 'rm - ,cv ' DY 'Emi ' is S19 RQ Page Three Hundred Sefventy-three rf ., 7 I 9 . . , ....'.-E., ' "'-'L' I 1 1 L-Q ' Q52 cf I OEQDQEOIDQ Pierce Studio Waterloo Iowa. Dear Student I am mailing your photographs today. Glad you Were so pleased Wlth proofs Your order for duplicates will have the same prompt attention. Very truly C O PI E R C E Phone 1523 726 W 4th Street Olympla It is better to have your . . d n printing oneby Candy Kltchen THE WOOLVERTON PRINTING CO. Homemade Candies Sherberts Ice Cream and Orange Pudding than to Wish you had When , , in Bricks It falls to come up to the standard. The Place of Quality 1192 East Fourth Street Phone 77 4th St. at Main Phone 184 'N M721 A DN 1Jlll..f YC- Page Three Hundred Seventy-four N 3 - S 5 E Q-3 n F-'Q is X I I ,Zi 'XX 'l' ,fs KN' 1 if-.R X ?!,f ,.... XX Ii, 15314 Mp'-I 'XJ N xxx Q, U-Vg , 'gk I -If' -kia... f I It I if I 1 'i I f f i Manhattan Sh1rts l I . . .... I A ,Q Willard Sc Alexander 1'-': TTT l E: l Iii l .713 1 ?' of 1 ii -, Q ' IIII Il"w"""lllIIllll I for luiinuvummmInnnniIlultnniiiiiil llllllllll i as 1. ' W " 1 . 7 4 .1 ' .! -I I , LATTA soon I 1 Q, i , , ar w 1 ! 1, 17 ' i . i S l 1, QIIIIII1IIu1liI1IIIInunmiititIitinmmIllllIIII'l,IIIIII ,HH I i lllIllluulllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIlllIIIIIillllllllluunmllllll l 4 1 -1 Q ,fl 33 Construction Pzitterns on colored cxirclhozird. . . SSC 'H' l.:itta's Xew Phonic Cards ,...........,..,.,,. 43c 20 XYe:iving Hats, assorted. Sx8, cut with fringes. EUC ' 1 Flash Nuinhcr Cards for 'l'c:ichcrs. illustrzited... 200 lj H1-1-'-im' 'vw LH- Primary Flash Nunthc-r Cards for Teachers ...... Z5c 1 Primary Arithmetic Cards for St-ntworl: ......... Z6c Intcrnictliate Arith. Cards for 1Yriten YYork ,.... ISC I I.zitt:i's 42 Paper Cutting Designs, each 5x3 ..... 18c 1 3.000 Printed XYords to Paste, four pupils .... .. 16c 1 3.000 Script XYorrls to Paste, four pupils ........ 164: Q X 6 large Mattoes and Pledges for School ......... 150 I OUR BEST OFFER 21 New Colored Posters to mount, 10 in. high.. 250 I , , - v ' I.zitta's New Pennianship Copies. .............. 201: 3 I,-Ordtr 5100 worth OIALMMS Sumllles Toy lfoney, Coins and Bills, 3548.965 set ...,... 25C I nth one of the following and subttact Tumi nu meg F f F 41, Y ,Uhr 40, ' 350 from the total. Try it. I.. ,. Q s lfceguse or may . t noon,. me i Latta's Book for Teachers ........ 31.00 Willa Sd mt lor. uggeshona "" . """""" me V Primary Education, 1 year ........ 32.00 O 9 Sllollgng prim fm Scrlllt "" ""' ,C Normal Instructorrprimary Planslloo . Bar 7. I H ,otorel :iper 1x6 to ntakv Ch.in15. .. 350 School Century, 1 year. I . I ' I I ' D I -51.50 I,00g int-inclf eirrc es assorted colors. ungunimed. 20c . JOPYUHI Of Educf-H0111 52 issues -'-- S3-00 S' r.afllfbirfifvlioililfsH2155Zig ?T'7f?'l fLf'fl."fill1 ii iii Iigiirgggiig 12 Conventional Borders to color. 5 inches high. 10c I Seeleys Qucstign Book "'i'i'25 16 Hiawatha Drawings to Color, 6x9 ........... 15C 11 Real Mother Goose, by Wright ..., 32,00 16 Eskimo Drawings to Color, 6x9 ..... ..... 1 nc If National Ceo M li 1 r S3 50 16 Circus Drawings to Color, 6x9.,. ........ .. 15C ' ' g Kpl C' yca """ ' 25 Prize Cards, good for any suhiect ........... 15c l 18th STREET. CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 1. , S. I ,A I I A Inc 1225-7th AVE.. HUNTINGTON, W. VA. ' X45 7 ' MADISON AVENUE, MEMPHIS TENN. J f A 5 17" "'1-X. lv.. - ff. '.1.J"'- xx, xx sf. fl -fx, X sv' X, .,. V., . , .J .fx LS- x"1g 'Q-'ff QL-ew .tl it ., of -1 KC gr. f , ,r 1.4 ,zip .Q Page Three Hundred Sefventy five 1924 X... COIVIIVIENCEIVIENT TIME will soon be here Our modern service can be a real help to you in making the most of your every article of apparel. We clean prefs dye repair remodel. Consult us now about your clothes, You will find our work and our prices highly satisfactory. MITZE CLEANERS DYERS LAUNDERERS. 120 MAIN QT. PHONE 303 If leaxing Cedar Fall, you will rind our Parcel Post Service very convenient We pay all return charges. Hotel Blackhawk Try the Blackhawk Coffee AT T1-IE MUSICAL. Shop for a Good Place to Eat Are those chords from Chopin ?" Special Attention to Banquets NO-theyre Handel bars," -3 CEDAR FALLS I 5 7 I I D T 7 Y , Q, fi Make this your Home while in ' OR over thirty years have We been making high grade photographs in Waterloo. Cur success is known by a large clientele in this vicinity, who have patronized us during this time. Let us, when you want your next photograph, add your name to the large list of satisfied patrons. We are located on the West side, near the R. I. depot. . Tl-IE TRITZ STUDIQ 316-318 W. 4th Street WATERLQO , t w ,X 6 5' 1 ' X 5 iii! E A DN Qm X"lMm., KC xx Q:--1 . 0 W Page Three Hundred Sefventy-six 75 ' gl Z4 OLD G Dainty Luncheons Real Courtesy The House of Good Cooking Uhr Elm, Eirh Elm ilinnm Everlastingly on the Joh A Phone 240 2201 College The Young Men's KROESEN Store PRINT SHOP Stratford Clothes Sincerity Clothes MAKERS OF DISTINCTIVE PRINTING If it's new in Furnishings we have it KER W IN'S Kirk Oleson, Mgr. IVIHIH Street I o - I ., , M - Jw 'fc Q-R 49 Kaz Tl I1 d dS fventy-se W, Photos That Please GLSON STUDIO FRED OLSON TC W PHONE 483 519 MAIN STREET YQ, 4 6 r E U' I 'fir - l if A CDT 1 W9 24 "Q . z . 1 ' . 'E 'Gr P' 1' ge Tlzre zg lt X 'F W 49 3 I Gel" 1924 DR W L HEARST Especial Attention to Surgery and Diseases of Women OFFICE 301 MAIN STREET Phones: Office 6 House 55 DR F N MEAD PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 111 West Fourth St. Oflice Phone 83 Res. Phone 89 CITIZENS BANK BLDG. Office Practice, Specialist in Eye Ear Nose and Throat Diseases Lenser Fitted. Hours: 7:30 to 11:30 A. M. 2 to 5:30 P. M. Sundays, 9:00 to 12:00 EYE, EAR NOSE THROAT Over Security Bldg. OBice Phone 484 Res. Phone 491 J DR. R. S. SPRINGER OSTEOPA TH DR. A. E. MESWARB DENTIST Down town office: 8:30 a. m.-3 :00 p. m. DR. A. S. HANSEN DR. E. H. CRANE, M. D. I XX 6 -s Q9 r ' 3 I I 1 3 i l I V I I. O. O. F. BUILDING College Hill office 3:00 - 6:00 p. m. DR. C. J. MENTZER DENTIST Office, Odd Fellows Building Corner 4th and Main Bob: "Did you see that girl smile Residence, 709 Tremont at may CEDAR FALLS . . IOWA Liz: "She was probably just be- ing polite. She probably had never seen you before." EAT PLENTY OF BUTTER Bob: "VVhat do you mean: . W ' Ju . -1 1 ' ' . . Thgre U N0 Subxntmg lie Why, the hrst time I sau Cedar Falls Creamery Co. you 1 laughed out loud." - if - il lll fifi K9 KV' 936 -199 V- Page Three Hundred Sefventy-nine 4 oi9iJ2GOLD f x X fi 15 " -P E i ' T O 0 0 0 I Qi: 2 I 1 cf The 1n1t1als of a friend You will find these letters on many tools by which electricity works. They are on great generators used by electric light and power companiesg and on lamps that light millions of homes. They are on big motors that pull railway trainsg and on tiny motors that make hard housework easy. By such tools electricity dispels the dark and lifts heavy burdens from human shoulders. Hence the letters G-E are more than a trademark. They are an emblem of service-the initials of a friend. GENE username ii l '44 i Q F .. -IHS -- 9.. N Sixth :fm V Ix .,0.x,, 2 . 1. Page Three Hundred Eighty CID O 4 OQJZGOLD W e do the best work in town TRY US! WE CALL FOR and DELIVER Phone 85 Fong Lee Laundry 116 West 4th Street CEDAR FALL9 IA. Ruby N Elam Flower Store WATERLQO IOWA 194 B 'dg St I For Service and Flowers of Qualltv Call at the rl e Co. 7 Daddy Van The Picture Man Makes a specialty of copying photos for applications M Mail or bring your orders to A. W. VAN CLEAVE 2202 College Street Safety of Principal is Our First Consideration SECURITY TRUST AND SA VINGS BANK CEDAR FALLS 1owA CEDAR FALLS, IOWA X ' A A .3 A -992 K 345,57 - av fl- Page Three Hundred Eight y-o 4 oi,iiJZG0LU Ring 28 Anything in Building Material and Fuel l i This is our 54th Year in Cedar Falls C9 YQ Townsend 81 Merrill Company I ,Z EACH if M 35 669 I ., . go dE f - 45 l 1924 OLD GOLD ' N The Eating Place in The Sign of Cedar Falls , GOOQI 511095 New Acme Cafe 35C Dinners Daily Q Special Sunday Dinners SOC Al aCarte Service Continuously q Q i Special Attention to Parties and Banquets in A Cedar Falls TQ." The New Acme 'Q t s . Have you seen the ' , ' l 1 Q, Remington Q, Portable Typewriter? For a Free Demonstration ' G can Q07 w ll r Wolfe Brothers 5 ly Cedar Falls lowa l DIOGENES zlUxC""v Q' Y 45 4, xl ' f 1 g',f 'xfl.5l ff- JN 5 K . If IW I'f."Illllld!'!'d lxzgfzfy-three X 4 QEJZGOLDTT COMMON and UNCOMMON BUSINESS MATTERS Uncomrnonly Well Attended to a B The Cedar Falls National Bank F, CThe only National Bank in Cedar Fallsj I U l I Q 41 ' B 5 e v K9 S f - ge T zre ur vs. 1 dd f x ',,,, t l 5 C rp . j "How would you classify E - I r i I I Ci A E' Y 5 E - Qxf-as 1924 DON C DILLEY Motor Bus Co 313 MAIN Everything in the latest sheet music can be found at all times in our Music Department. THXI Servlce We sell Adam Shalf and Hoff- at all Hours me Pianos' Phone 644 telephone girl? Is hers a busi- ness or a profession?,' Busses for Waterloo HNeither, ig, 3 Caylinggr every hour SERVICE IN MERCHANDISE Service in Merchandise. That is the flrst objective of our organization--service in practical usefulness, durability and unusual Wearing quality, service in beauty of design, color and finish, service in satisfac- tiong service to the customer, based primarily upon public need, taste and desire. Service founded upon a belief in the responsibility of the merchant to his customers, upon knowledge at- tained through experience that a community's greatest confidence and patronage are given to the store which provides merchandise ofthe highest quality. HUGHES DRY GOODS CO. CEDAR FALLS Two Stores :: 219-221 Main St. and College Hill ALAQUCHQQ f5: , 'LP' '-9 I9 Page Three Hundred Eighty-fifve C9 3 P eTl1'e Il d 1924 QLD GO D TRY BLEY'S CASH Sc CARRY GROCERY 2120 COLLEGE GROCERIES VEGETABLES P MEATS FRUITS THE STORE FOR ALL EFFICI ENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Old Cold Pop Corn Stand C 0 Z Y 92 Coffee Shoppe Candied POP CORN mmm, Fresh Buttered Corn FATS gg 1 PLEASED J. W. HALPIN - Manager P1 A ifze' ' vw" , ,c x I g 1 E fy 's c am P d sf 4 OEJZGOLD 9fQC1lg t Vanity Beaute Shopp Make This Your Meeting Place i CEDAR FALLS IOWA 'E' 1 'r Phone 178 221 1, o e e S reet 5 A - Q if 'F 91' 4 ,TL K 4 I X I2 23 - - ' i C9 THIS BANK WELCOMES YOU AS IT HAS WELCOMED MANY SUCCESSFUL MEN WHO BEGAN THEIR CAREERS BY OPENING ACCOUNTS WITH US. S5 CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK O C7 l Resources Over One Million Dollars f l f 1gACn,' 1 9 ,n.- -QI VVSX 245 A i,p1'7 rig" N "1 I , E Y? Zi. ,lo' ,, i.o'a. .p W . vi Q, -,xii . 1 - S076-19192 , Zia A + l Q l 5. PTIH ny l agf xref' undrfd Eigz 1924 AX!! QLD GOLD Y Riif F O R M I L A D Y . . T H E Igor the Recigticglrlil or Giiciuation S512 m . are m . ,iQ1ii7'ge2F.Ee0, f2.00,i3.00. Y C a f e I m p e 1- 1 al We Strive to Please We Cater to College Banquets 5 at, BANCRQFTS OUR SUNDAY DINNERS Store Phone 39 Office Phone 44 ARE SUPERB X SEE OUR WINDOW - h' I Q Waterloo, Cedar Falls and Northern Ci' w 1 Railway Company 1' adar in ,lfaad Largest Railroad Taxpayer in Blackhawk County y . OPERATES Street Car Service in Cedar Falls. Street Car Service in Waterloo Interurban Service--Water1oo-Waverly-Cedar Rapids Blue and White Motor Bus Fleet We wirh to thank the Student: of the Iowa State Teachers' College for their patronage. L Lliiz iuegm' 1 1 KSN C fe X DN fer Q v . 'i"'i'e e 9 ,.," -I v Page Three Hundred Ezghty-eight K' 4 . O?EBZGOl.D Arthur I-I. Clingman D. C. Ph. C. Chiropractor P , F . HENRIPAUL INSURANCE New York Life Health and Accident Fire and Tornado 'VIAIN ST. CEDAR FALLS IA. GASAL ELECTRIC CO. your Service Electrically at s IQ-10 . .---2-6 p. . . l ll i , 'Can you sig your ie with your eyes shut ' X Dad: "lVhy certainly." A I Then close your eyes and sign i l this report card " 3 Q I Hours a m m hone 947 Cedar alls, Ia Office over I-l1cl:er Drug Store l E - . , 419 Main St. Phone 481 sf A i i l l U x v l ,A gs, .gl X lr QNX -fi! l kii l ' Two Special Models at "M" 535.00 Women of full figure will find sup- reme comfort in this Frolaset model, which gives proper support and yet insures real comfort. Straight low-line-bust-beautiful pink coutil. f-1222" EQ For slight and average figures.fMed- ium length, flat back--low bust with rubber insert,--in a charming pink mercerized bro- A N cade at 555 .0O. rolasmest Orig? THE JAMES BLACK DRY Goons co. HMM ll X ll if Qi lil Jlgsjlig fy. 1 ll lp Waterloo, Iowa ' v 5 it Q' N5 or , A KC l ulynci i v- , .A nb W - 4 I' I' 1 I lr, s'.'gQ-1 , , Ju l i ' Page Three Hundred Eighty-nzne I CI? U. 192-4 It makes no difference where you go, you hear nothing but good Words for the good Maxwell. For your next party let us serve you. We cater to Sororities, So- cieties, Fraternities, and Club Formals. f Boslough Motor 1 Sales Co. T l'1 6 l l o W a C l u lo 'S 210 VV. 3rd St. Cedar Falls Ga y 1 Plifms 49 office Phone 3:0 Res. Prime 3620 J ' , QUALITY SERVICE 929 Let it always be Qlnllvgv Zinn 6 CONGENIAL l-IOMELIKE l 7 ' A 1 .Hi fi 'ws R WS, . W AN W2 S' fa FP ' DN a - we g Jr - x41 dye . 'f ,f Page Thref l1u1zdredNinfly . Le 9"'b'r,' ff XX 3 Q ' : : : I I F5 ca G., 4 4 f OLD GOLD HERWUDIJ l mn' E-'LQRI sr sms WHOLESALE 5. RETAIL STORE LI 4 7.21" 52' ? IDHUIVZ' 380'452 Plf47E'f?LOO, IOWQI. 5 ' ' -. """ "mu S l Cedar Falls Leading Theatre C u In N I . . l 1 v N Q "Lf 1155 at the Rfgfnzf 115 INSLRANQP, mf BEST SHOW' rx ----1-Q ' I TQWXQNW' Izqulrable Llfe 3 X v , 1 , , , . . . . L ir y QL 1, Un 1 H L, C R Qu D5 crmla l4AI,1,s loxxrx 1: I I I X The Maiden's Prayer , W tj "Dear Lord, I ask nothing for my- Ny,'wJ'! .,. W . If '- :..'m..f-rs..a l self. Only give mother a son-in-law." - f rl,WL. 1 "l'l.Qlp fir,-x.v:m.w.r Milf-' "MMV AH full Nl ld. We M-wi X296 ls- ' f2fe:.gf2l!eSsSlF 1 ' 1' sm- Q Acreage For Sale Q 6 acres, well improved, one mile from town. Fruit and Poultry. Terms Reasonable WRITE P. O. BOX 305 Poudre P1117 Beaute Shoppe XXQXTERLGO LAKE CITY IOWA Phone 2140 512 Sycamore A gigs, ,. A A N. Kel llX?l:'f :Ql." 3 N 975 -le' Page Tlfrffe Ilundrml rYir1z?ly-nm' if 1974 Mrs Minnie Paschen ROOMS FOR GIRLS TABLE BOARD Palais Royal WOMEN'S OUTFITTERS LDTQOLD . L - i E 6:1 O 2310 College St. Plione 4201 LETSON HALL 710 W. 24th Street One block from Campus Room: for Girly PHONE 563W 'lPapa, what do you call a man who runs an auto?" 'lIt depends on how near he comes to hitting me." Specializing in Apparel for the College Girl 206 East Fourth St. Vllaterloo, Iowa Youre Vacation Bound The Right Shoes to Take You Away and Bring You Back Seeing is Believing U-T-K SHOE CO. First National Bank Building Congrafalations Class 19.24 and may facceff follow you Men's Fashion Shop Fifth at Sycamore WATERLOO IOWA Stroe bel Music House 225 East Sth St. Waterloo, Iowa Pianos, Player Piano: Viclor lfirtrola: and Victor Record: POPULAR MUSIC and MUSIC BOOKS for Teachers and Students WATERLOO Belmont Shop 215 E. 4th Street Style Without Extravaganee COATS, SUITS DRESSES Blouses, Sweaters Skirts, Hosiery and Lingerie FASHIONS NEWEST AT MODERATE PRICES l l-Cnfqtn . - -- I ei-I ' if - DTI X ' gi Page Three Hundred Ninety-Ifwo TSTJQLF i-'X l 1 1, Q! 1924 OLD G Always Look Your Best For Appointment Call 748 College Hill Marinello Mll vi Beaute Shoppe X MAUD McCAUSLAND E lx MANAGER ON THE CEDAR 2216 COLLEGE l FoR THE BEST chi BARBER VVORK l IN THE CITY , , GO TO THE "Is fmancxally spelled wlth one n or two F" "One-and embarrassed has C O 1. 1 C g C H 1 1 1 K twm BarberShop E C. C. LEWIS, Prop. g 5 l' 2214 College Street R TX .if - sal llT E lixiw? QP AU xg' I kg? ' Page Three Hundred Nznely-tl XX 3 Q - 2 I S9 O l4 4 05326019 f or EVERY COLLEGE Neeessarily Depends Upon its Former Students and Alumni to send it a large proportion of its students. The nearly 8 000 Alumni of the Iowa State Teachers College have an immeasurable influence when it comes to determining whether young people shall attend college and where they shall attend. We Appeal To You xx ho are willing to become and capable of becoming lirst class teachers. The College l X 3 to do your best to send us worthy young people 3 KE? C? Is in season all the year. Secures positions for all who are prepared. Offers opportunities to prepare for any kind of cer- tilicate. Leads in Educational Standards of the United States. The Summer Session begins June 4, 1924, and at the same time Extension Summer Schools will be held for twelve weeks in six other cities of Iowa. Help Us Get the Young People Into College Iowa State Teachers College l'l. H. SEERLEY, President CEDAR FALLS, IOWA N 3 Inn' Q e . A - Page Tlzrez' Hundred Nznely-four P l I 4 1 D 4 ROEJZGOLD R NAME I JJLQ' q,,V,,,h 1 , I-4' ADDRESS REMARKS 1?fAfAf,,0f -fQ ,f "f, ,'f 1' R fbajaf l I I fl f I ,K ' y ef CZ J ,Ji V!! ' f f , f ,fir ' ,f X 4 ' F ,ij 2 ' V 0 ' 1 ff Q f ,If ,JI 'X f ,. A ' L 4 f X. 51" " ' f L eg-. ' Y ,- . -.J , ..4. nf , .3.--4, '14 Q' L, 4,-'54, I , Q! . 7 ff ff 1 fn ' 'Y I Q al , ., 55 M 60' LfQ,..f1-rf" 7, X, 5, fo . J, 7 ' n 1 1 f 4 , , ! f qw K-vf'L. 1, d1f1gg, A,',,, 7 . ,,, l uf f f- . , 1 L .M 92,4 X ' , f 'T 1' 1 A f r 1 fx' A !" 41 -jf f' ff JA, Q J f ' f , 'Z f f 1 ,f A LZ 7 5 , J 1 fl f , , plz! I., I I if I s 1 l 1 If 1 I I I 'p Mx il, l 1 J 1 f I to 6 1 V ,-v ., r- I is kg .f.' ' .. , ,. 4 I' , Aw' 2:1 I 'Lib - E 7 - ' ,f '-fagffnzfggf ' -AC IL' V 3 fzfa, f A Y H ,M 4, mfr 6.01 fiaagefg 41 .Y , R Ciba: Vfjvf. ,ffl yd!-,f1fz,gf2. - , QQ,-f6"' L1 . .Y s ,id Q 1 -5-1,g,1f,. 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