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Published by the Junior Class of the Northwest Missouri State Teachers College at Maryville, Missouri

' THIS, the 1937 Tower, is a book of today. We have endeavored to depart from the conventionalism of former yearbooks by placing sole emphasis on the events of the past year and by refraining from the use of a traditional pattern. No attempt has been made to divert your mind from the fact that this is a memory book of your past year in this institution.

Our intention has

been to "say it with pictures." May the following pages provide for you memories of 1936-37.

lldmini;.,btation 9Juildituj

you, who have made the acquaintance of Mr.

T. H. Cook, have ac­

complished one of the most worthwhile things of your campus career.

You, who have not met him, may indeed count it a privilege to do so. This gentleman has so enriched our College by his presence that anything printed in his praise is inadequate.

Those intangible qualities,

which so endear him to faculty and students, are not easily caught by camera or pen.

Only good advice can be offered-get acquainted with

Mr. T. H. Cook-he

is truly a

man worth knowing.

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Visual I Statistieal .I Roster


Book One

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Board of Regents

Dr. Jesse Miller Vice· Pres ide:nt Mdryville

Jack Stapleton President Stdnberry

W. A. Rickenbrode Secretdry M.,ryville V. E. Bird T re:dSurer Mdryvitle:

Lloyd W. King, Ex-Officio

St.ste: Superintendent of Public Schools Jefferson City

Edmond McWllliams


Dr. J. M. Perry Princeton

R. L. Douglas St. Joseph

A. T. Weatherby Chillicothe

THIS is 1937, the one hundredth anniversary of the year in which Horace Mann assumed the office that gave him the opportunity to render as great service to his country as has been rendered by soldier, statesman or other citizen. He served youth, and by serving youth served men-and thus his nation and mankind. You in this College are challenged to a similar service when you leave its halls. Not as spectacular, perhaps-maybe not as remunerative as some other work which one may do, education offers opportunity un­ excelled if you want to help mankind to a higher plane of living. And that means a happier, fuller life for you. To those who go out this year, and to those who stay with us, may we commend a study of the life and work of Horace Mann as an example of unselfish devotion to the cause of a better America. UEL W. LAMKIN, President.

President Uel W. Lamkin


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Dr. James C. Miller Ded n of fdcu I ty

Margaret B. Stephenson Director of Women's Activities

Nom�I Sayler Director of Men's Activities

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Faeulty Couneil Hettie M. Anthony Dr. J. W. Hake L11Verne E. Irvine Dr. O. Myking Mehus Chloe E. Milliken

Dr. Anna M. Painter Homer T. Phillips Margeret B. Stephenson C. E. Wells

Ad1Dinist1•ative Offiee1•s

W.A. Rlclcenbrode Business Mdndger

M11rg11ret Stephenson Director of Women's Activities

Ruth Villars Residence Hdll Director

C. E. Wells

R. E. Baldwin 2egislrctr

Dr. F. R. Anthony Hedlth Administration

Roy Ferguson Assistdnt Business Manager

Norvel S.,yler Director of Men's Activities

Nell Hudson Alumni Secret.sry

Lucille Brumbaugh Assistant Librdridn

T, A, Gauldin Publicity Director

A.H. Cooper Extension Director

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Menbers whose picture$ do not appedr: President Uel W. Lamkin Deen J.C. Miller

• • • Student Senate Vernon Green


William Bills Vice-President

Adams, Nixon, Step'ienson, Somerville, Coler, Rowdn Tyson, Goz:a, Hill, Mdloy, Messner, Ostrus, Weary

Pan-Hellenic Council Inter-Fraternity Council Residence Hall Board

Peck, 5. 5. 5. Mdloy, A. 5. A. Ndsh, 5. 5. 5. Meddows, A. S. A. Leeson, S. S. S. Pldnck, A. S. A.

CoFer, 5. T. G. Bills, S. M. D. Shdrp, S. T. G.

Yc1tes, S. M. D.

Wright, S. T. G.

· Cc1ss

Hester Shoemdker Mdson


M THE Green and White Peppers "swing it, The famous (?) college dance band (the editor doesn't approve of that question mark), Looks like lots 11

of the "fe 11 ers feel at heme in these clothes, How do you Iike the array II

of "M" club chests?

Residence Hall "gals" posed for this picture for a

week, This is another type of "swing" that's popular on the campus, Everybody loves a band,-yes, a band, More unfortunates, There's some­ thing about a soldier, "Jelled" is the only word for it, Showing off again.

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To-wer Staff Miller Weeda Editor-in-Chief Eldon Thompson Business MdMger

Schneider, Cdrlton, Shdrp, Sifers, Holt, Hill Maloy, Ddvidson, Pdtrick, Tyson, Bovdrd, Wright

North�est Missourian Justin King Editor

Schnelder Rowdn Holt Wri9ht Cdtterson McConnell Keiffer Ddu9herty Bowen Strohm Wdlldce Schneider Pebley Reimer

Mary Ann Bovard Society Editor

Virgil Elliott Anhtdnt Editor

Raymond Harris Sports Editor

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Pi ODtega Pi

Holmes Addms Miss James Dr. Alex,mder Wrisht Cdrlton Strohm Duncan Farmer Hester Leet


Catterson Dr. Mehus Dr. Foster Dr. Dildine Mr. Cook Farrdr Mr. Cauflield Mr. Garrett Mr. Somerville Allen Dr. Kelly Mr. Wells

Pi GaDtDta M11 l'atc 16

Dr. Mehus Ford Elliott Fender Dr. Foster Catterson Abbot Barker Cdmpbell Cdrlson D4niels Davis Dunldp Estep G4rdner


Geer Geyer Hddorn H4milton Harris Hitchcock Holt Irvine Meadows Miller Mitchell Myers Nyslrond Obermiller Pdtchin Phipps Porter Reece Rowe Sampson F. Schneider J. Schneider Thomds Walkup Wanner Yates

Social Seie11ee anti l11te•·11a1tio11a1I Relatio11s Cl11I,

• • • Alpha Phi SigJDa Mr. Sc1yler1 Wolfe, Adc1ms 1 Hill, Bills, Boyd, Duncc1n, Eppc1rd Fordyce, Gc1tes, Hiles, B. Mc1loy, M. Mc1loy, McCollum, Mec1dows, Myers Rosenbohm, Ross, Tc1ylor, Turner, Tyson, Wilson, Woodburn

Dr. Dildine, Sc1wyers, Elliott, Allison, Brc1y, Brown, Cc1stle, Dr. Mehus Cc1tterson, Copelc1nd, Cox, Dc1niels, Dc1vidson, Dickerson, Hc1rris, A. Hc1rtmc1n G. Hc1rtmc1n, Hepburn, Mitchell, Morrison, Musser, Oliver, Phipps, Wc1de, White

Young Men's Christian Assoeiation l'ai- Ztr

Assoeiation For Childhood Edueation Miss Millikdn CdSS Kenddll Miss Sutton

Messner Vovrd Bohnenblust Bonhdm

Brown Fisher Helzer Hunt

Kidwell Leeson Milliken Myers

Planck Powell Tdylor Turn er

Utterback Venrick Wort


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Hash Slinge•·'s Union Goza, Shrout, R. Brown, Bills, M Rogers E. Brown, Johnson, Miss V1l1ars, Robinson, R. Rogers, Zuchowski Wagoner, Tracy, Bernau, Cofer, Howell, Morrow

Rowan Nystrand Dr. Kelley Bauer Williams

Elliott Estep


Hitchcock Kelso

Dr. Kelly

Miss Logon

Hutchinson Frerichs Po trick Allen B.irker Bickett Bush C. Corington E. J. Corington Cox Dovidson Davis Duncan Elliott Eppord Estep Fleming Fisher Foley .Fordyce Glenn Hamilton Harris Kirkham McMu.llin Mitchell Phipps Porter Prewitt Schneider Schulte Sheets Slonecker Strohm Thomas Turner Utz Wartig Williamj Yale�


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O'Neillian D1•aJUatie Cl11b

Miss Wd99oner Mdloy Ad.tms Vdvrd Wolfe Benson Messner Pdtrick Pldnc:k Me.tdows Bohnenblust Bolin Bov.trd Corington Elliott


Lewis Lyle

Pre:wilt Sifers

Turner Utz

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Alpha Sig1Da Alpha


Strdight Thom.ts

Vogt Wilson Wort



Miss lo9dn Peck Leeson Miss Hudson �nblust Bolin



Harrison Allen

Gough Be99s Burch Eisenbc1r9er Hiles


1ht ThomdS

Hunt McCartney B. McGee M. J. McGee

Means Milliken Null Smith

1lson Wort

SuiKord Swinford Utterback Walkup

White -'•�.JJ


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SigD1a Mn Delta Mr. Dieterich Mr. Garrett Mr. Surrey Mr. Wigell

Dr. Durbdn Bills Smith Ydtes Carlson Dowden Dr. Person

Boyd Cdmpbell Cox Crockett Ddvidson Duncan Gickling

G. Hdmilton M. Hdmilton Hartley Hayes Holt Knepper Liddle

Md rtin, McConnell, M lier, Mitchell, Murphy, Myers, Nixon Pdul, Person, Petree, J. K. Phipps, R. Phipps, Schneider, Slonecker Swift, Trdcy, Ty�n, Weedd, Wells, Wilson

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Sig01a Tan Ga0101a

Mrs. Clary Dr. Ale>Cdnder Mr. Ferguson Mr. Ddvis


Mr. Sayler Mr. Stalcup Coler Penwell Wright Mr. Valk Mr. Wright

Maloy Coverdell Addms Corington Creighton Drrltmier Fink

Fldnders Foster Francis Gowing Hull Kelso Lethem

Neil, P. Newby, R. Newby, Pfonder1 Richards, Rouse, Rowan Rulon, Sharp, Stephenson, Tabor, Thompson, Weary, Yates p.,,�Js

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Miss Deluce:, Wilson, Be:11, M<Sthe:ny, McGee:, Bentley, Bre:·de:nthdl, Brown Donelson, Elliott, Eppard, f4rre:ns, Gdugh, Grdhdm, H4rman, M. McGee: Ke:ye:s, Ot1lbe:y, McGinnis, Page:, Re:e:d, ldylor, Wells, Willidm5, Woodburn

Miss Anthony, Willidms, Ke:ye:s, Shoe:mdke:r, Utz, Pe:ble:y, Acklin, Birdte:11 Burr, Ddlbe:y, Lyle:, McGinnis, Peck, Switzer, Wilson

Kappa 01Die1•on Phi


Mr. Wisell, Swift, P.,ul, Crockett, Coffm.,n, Bing Smith, Boyd, Russell, Schneider, Nixon





F1•eshD1en Sextette

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Uppe1•elass W0D1en's Tt•io

Miss Crahan Dykes Davis Lackey love Everett Carter

Ostrus Tyson Somerv lie Woodside

Miss Kerr

De Pew Shipm,m Holmes P.a,e JP

M SLIGHTLY battle scarred, A "sandy" finish, Just try getting around this man, Up and over, Looks like another first for an All-American, The "bench," Kickoff, Looks like a close finish-for Maryville, Grrrrrrr!, "Pop's" favorite pass, Running through signals, "Brownie" is ready for his 'jump-turn' shot, "Doc" and his educated toe.

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E. A. DAVIS Coc1ch

''M'' Club-

n, Sipes Brown, Howell, Green, Livingsto Knepper, Hicks, Molitoris, Shrout, ullin McM t, Scot ers, Rog R. e-, edith, Irvin Rouse, Kmg, Flanders, V d tes, Mer ore Mo t, quis Alm , helm Wil n, ski, Rulo Cox, M. Rogers, Wagoner, Zuchow Wilson, Bernau








M. Rogers

Captain Rulon











Wilbur Moore





Walter Moore









R. Rogers












Top row

Bilby, Griffith, Hdckett, Cdrm1chael, Howd rd, Hdnin9, Elliott

Fourth row-(odch Stdlcup, Darr, French, Long, Shrout, Holland, Kelley, Yourek, R. Moore, Johnson, Maddox, Younger, Kinder

Third row-Allen, Hull, Clayb dugh, Rouse, Brewer, M. Rogers, Carter, Wilhelm, R. Rogers, Fl,;1nders, Richards, Almquist, Zembles, Reital, Codch Davis Second row W, I bur Moore, Canavan, Francis, Yates, Neil, Kious, Hicks, Mo 1 i tori s, Livingston, Ryan, Wa Iter Moore, Cox, Bernau, Zuchowski, Captain Ru Ion

Fint row-Robinson, Rockhold, Duke, Haynes, Sein, Sharp, Irvine, Woodruff, Baker, Hartley, Davis



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Howell Center


Captain Brown Forwdrd

Wagoner Gudrd

SipRS Forwdrd

Green Crntcr

Zuc:howslci F�wdrd

Meredith Gu�rd

Shrout Forward

Sh d rp, Shrout, Meredith, Woodside, Wright, Howell, Brown, Weary, Hicks Ostrus, H dckett, Gozd, R. Rogers, Zuchowski, Wdgoner, Sipes

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Sipes, Howell, Brown

Howell Woodside, Brown Meredith, Shrout




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Sipes, Captain Neil, Green, Reita!, Ostrus, Molitoris, Baker, G4llagher, Turne:r, Tabor, Reeves, Penwell, T4ylor, Mille:r, Elliott. 2nd Row: fr4ncis 1 Scott, Duke, Wilhelm, Rockhold, Tracy, C4tlerson, Jones, Sprdlt1 Irvine, Adams, · Mcldughlin, Yourek, Codch Stalcup. 1st Row: Kirkham, Gardner, W i lson, McMullin, Bernau, Rulon, Zembles, Bre:wer, Haning, long, Brown, Sherman.

Top Row:


Sipes Francis


Zembles Green Rulon






Poi, JJ


Shdrp Smith Thompson




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IntraJDnral CoJDJDi.ssion

Cox Trdcy


Benson Miss Wdggoner Wright Wort McFdll Schneider Barrack Combs Corington Farmer Graham Hixinbaugh Leeson Lepley Logan

Md3ee, Miller, Obermiller, R pley, Sprmg, Wdrtig

WoJDen's Atl1Ietie Assoeiatio11

• • • VIRGINIA SIFERS Pep Oueen-Crowned at the Barkatze Dance

Cheer Leaders



"Rosy" "Tommy"

Wort Marshall Maloy Messner Kendall Obermiller Ripley Benson Bovard Lyle Miss Haggerty Bolin Sifers Venrick

Sturm, Vost, Logan, Perry, �ith1 McFall, Foley

Green and White Peppe1·s

Mr. Phillips Maloy Person Leet Wright Adams Allen Bohnenblust Bonham Bosch Bowen Brewer Brown Combs Daniel Davidson Duncan Farrar Ford French Frerichs Gicklin9 Gowing Hadorn Harmon Harrison Hester Hiles Holt Kelso Leeson Lepley Mason Maxted McCartney Miller R. Mitchell G. Mitchell Oliver Phipps

Riddle, Roach, Robinson, Slonecker, Smith, Stephenson, Swlft, Thomas Turner, Tyson, Utterback, Wade, Weaver, Wenstrdnd, Wells, Williams

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QUR campus is still graced by the presence of several of the leading "personalities" of this performance. Easily recognized are Rosalyn Venrick (hardboiled "policeman"), Clara Ellen Wolfe (the "well-poised" policeman), Virgil Woodside (Major-General), Martha May Holmes (Ruth), Bill Somerville (Sergeant) and Mynatt Breidenthal (Pirate King).

Pirates of Penzance

(Pmt-Pldnck is trying to look nonchdll,mt for this one!) H;, Simerly, dnd everyone: else in this picture:, Bovdrd S dyS thdt two in the hdnd is worth d dozen on the string. -Our PresidentOur M. D. prdctices whot he pre:oches. "Pldyboy"-Ike Howell. Wdde:!

Naughty, Noughty! ! I

I don't believe: d word of 'it', "Hon." That's right, Robinson ..•. Smile. 11-ft. 6-in.

Pordon-6-lt. 11-in.

Western it redlly mdking those freshmen hustle:. (Mdybe: Ike doesn't Wdnt to button for thi: comerd man.) Pdrt of the annual freshmen parode:. -and here also. ··sutton-1, 2, 3looks noturdl, doesn't she? Oh boy! Some swell rear views. I 9ue:H Ike: has changed his mind dbout button­ ing. "Sld ck" Yates and-well, I don't see anything slack about the other one, do you?






int for :lure.

Wigell in a hurry.

A slight sldnt to you, but 0. K. to them

•orth a

What does this mean?

Must be a "gigolo."

Sigma Taus at a footbdll game.

..Fresh in" from the We,t, (Redding, Iowa).

A few ol the dorm girls. A Vdcated spot in winter. How men undress.

hustle. for the


May I open the door, pledse? Ummmm-nice profile-

A typical dorm room.

The long dnd the short of it.

Students that study?

Be sure to pick out corners-for this.

Snapping d few on Walkout Ody.

That much-traveled drive.

Coach Stdlcup's stride.

"'How do we look?'"




Picture: tc,ke:n ot o post-season date. About •·3 in a hill," I guess. Looks like a south wind from here. Looks like brotherly love:. ,.It pays to advertise:." "Oh boy! The: water's fine."

The parking lot. -fond memories, of thy rounded bod-Remember? "Boy! Whot c, wind!" Hello, up there-you too on the smokestock. .. And now I pronounce: you-"



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Did we bury Roll11? Nice looking-yes? Aeri11I view of the power pl11nt. "S11y, did you ever here the one-" Looks like "love in bloom." C11n you loc11te this monument? The correct w11y to study • . "Now in Russi11, . , • . • " Is this II f11mili11r pose? This picture w11s censored, we hope! Hold still, for just 11n inst11nt.

DRIVE SAFELY-DEATH IS SO PERMANENT. Flying colors of victory.


I Who can Prewitt and Bohnenblust be sitting with? A haystack with a couple: of extra "bales", on the: country club porch. The "Sweetheart Dance:··. "Eck" Foster and his fishing pole in front of


"Old rockin' chairs'" got them Maybe: "The: Great Neil" and "Rock" dre ashamed of her. Riddle is collecting pennies in d cup now. Wonder why someone didn't cut the: doorknob out of this picture: . . . . . (words fail to express my feelings when it comes to making a "crack" about this one). lefty must be illustrating one of his "stories" ... Some of the Hashslingers pose for the ca111erd• man. "Skin · em alive" Stephenson at work. · Love in bloom"- and here's another 'blossom'. ,md I always thought he: kept his mouth closed when he slept. . . . . Mmmmmmm ...


"-de das house: is on fire:!'' This is something seldom seen Neil and Duke must be: rehearsing lor a muddy day. Here's that Elizabethe:dn-1 Patrick.



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ting on


t of


.nob ings bout

(Words foil ..... ) Not bdd, "Zuch." "I love me" Wdrtig in one of her superhumdn fedtS. Tri Sigs di the dorm.


outh )RIS.

The white cdpS dren' t bdd looking dre they? (How dbout the girls wedring them?) Must hdve been out ldte. Doctor Wdlker dnd her "patient, c�ss". The ldmous Surrey "job." Daugherty in one of her beauty sleeps. C'mon youse guys! pa per bdsket.

Look only dt the waste·

"A paddle a ddy keeps things in sway." "Rock" dnd "Stub" don't seem to like posing for pictures. "How do, folks." Smiles, dimples, 'n everything.


Take a Good Look, Folks - -


This is the Last of the Pretty Pietn1â&#x20AC;¢es - And Now We Get Down to the "Dope" on Things

Student Senate An organization elected by the student body for the purpose of cooperat­ ing with the faculty to develop a greater student interest in the various activities on the campus. Established fifteen years ago. Has been a member of the National Student Federation of America for five years. Represented this year at the ndtional convention of the Federation in New York by Vernon Green and Gerald Rowan. Sponsors a Men's Campus Forum to discuss campus problems. Sponsor: Mr. J. Norvel Sayler Officers: . President Vernon Green Vice-President William Bills Secretary-Treasurer James Stephenson Represe_ntatives: Merrill Ostrus Mary E. Adams Gerald Rowan Don Cofer William Somerville Willis Goza James Stephenson Eugene Hill Edwin Tyson Bill Maloy Neil Weary Dolores Messner Virgil Woodside George Nixon G'\�

Reside11ee Hall

The big brick building surrounded by pines. Holds a wealth of college memories for the hundred and fifty girls who make it their home. Activities include dances, teas, receptions, faculty dinners, cozies, pajama breakfasts, and after-hour feeds. Favorite song: "Our college life is a dream life, Ano our college days are dreams, As we study and play through the long happy days In a miniature world-so it seems; But there soon comes at time for a real life And the end of our care-free days, So be gay while you may; They will soon pass awayThose dreamy, college days." Residence Hall Board: Velma Cass President . Ethel Hester Vice-President Mary Shoemaker Secretary Lucille Mason Treasurer

Pan-Dellenie Couneil Composed of a sponsor, the president and two representatives of the two national sororities, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Meets monthly. Sets standdrds for rushing, pledging, and high scholarship. Opens the rush week each fall with a Pan-Hellenic tea entertdining the rushees of both sororities. Miss Estelle Bowmdn

Sponsor: Officers:

Mary Peck Maridn Mdloy

President Secretary-Treasurer

Members: Sigmd Sigmd Sigmd­ Mdry Peck Josephine Ndsh 8edtrice Leeson Alphd Sigmd Alphd­ Mdrian Mdloy Mdry Meddows Elizdbeth Planck

Inte•·-Frate1•nity Couneil Orgdnized in the spring of 1935 under the supervision of a faculty com­ mittee. Purpose-To bring about a better understanding between the fraternities and to provide an agency for promoting their mutual welfare. Chairmanship of the Council alternates annually between the two fraternities. Sponsor: Chairman:

Mr. William T. Garrett Don Cofer

Members: Sigma Tau Gamma­ Don Cofer Garth Shdrp Jack Wright Sigma Mu Delta­ William Bills Virgil Yates

Tourer Staff Composed of an editor, a business manager, and 12 assistants. Commenced active work on this book October 1 and sent it to press April 12. Sponsor of the selection of college beauty queens. Co-sponsor of the SCOOP Dance. Faculty Advisors: Mr. Roy Ferguson Miss Margaret 8. Stephenson Editor-in-chief: Miller Weeda Business Manager: Eldon Thompson Assistants: Mary Ann Bovard Catherine Carlton Fred Davidson Eugene Hill Harl Holt Bill Maloy

Thelma Patrick Frederick Schneider Garth Sharp Virginia Sifers Turner Tyson Jack Wright

Northurest :Missourian Publication of the Missourian came under the sponsorship of Student Senate in 1934. Issued in eight pages every Friday morning of school year with Collegiate Digest, rotogravure section. Frederick Schneider was editor-in-chief from September, 1935, until January 1, 1937, when he resigned to accept a position on The Maryville Daily Forum. Justin King, then sports editor, became editor. Sponsor:¡ Mr. T. A. Gauldin Editors: Justin 0. King Virgil Elliott Raymond Harris Mary Ann Bovard

Editor Assistant Editor Sports Editor Society Editor

Contributors: Eula Bowen, Lorace Catterson, Frances Daugherty, Beulah J. Frerichs, Mary Anne Hamilton, Harl Holt, Donald King, Edna F. Lamison, Charles McConnell, Thelma Morris Pebley, Loretta Reimer, Gerald Rowan, Frederick Schneider, Jean J. Schneider, Paul Strohm, Walter Wade, Ed Wallace, Elizabeth Wright.

Pi Olllega Pi National honorary commercial fraternity. Founded March 15, 1924 on this campus. Beta Chapter. 136 members initiated. Requirements for membership: Major in Commerce, the completion of ten hours in Commerce with an average of "S", five hours in Education, and an average of "M" in courses outside the Department of Commerce and Busi¡ ness Administration. Sponsor: Miss Minnie B. James Officers:

President Vice-President Secretary.Treasurer

Martha May Holmes Elizabeth Adams Elizabeth Wright

Honorary member:

Dr. Henry Alexander

Members: Elizabeth Adams Thelma Duncan Helen Leet Martha May Holmes Miller Weeda Elizabeth Wright Pledges: Ethel Hester Marjorie Farmer Catherine Carlton Paul Strohm

Pi Gallllll- Mn National honorary Social Science fraternity. Its purpose is the inculcation of ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude, and method and social service in the study of all social problems. Its members attempt to study all social questions in the light of scientific truth and by scientific methods. i,




Lorace Catterson Harland Farrar Dr. H. G. Dildine Pace 77

. President Vice.President Secretary.Treasurer

Soeial Seienee Club and Inte1¡­ national Relations Club Social Science Club-For those students of the college who are interested in social advancement. International Relations Club-Founded 1935 on this campus. Purpose-To study world problems in order to bring about better international understanding and to develop international good will. Sponsors: Professor T. H. Cook Dr. Harry G. Dildine Dr. Henry A. Foster Dr. 0. Myking Mehus Officers: Helen Ford Virgil Elliott Marion E. Fender Lorace Catterson Members: Margaret Adams Kenneth Allen Jo Allison Helen Ruth Barker Lucy Mae Benson Verne S. Campbell Les I ie Carlson Lorace Catterson Harold Daniels Fred Davidson William H. Davis John Dunlap Virgil Elliot Helen Estep Marion E. Fender Helen Ford Pierce Gardner Grace Geer Edward Geyer Hubert Hadorn Mary Anne Hamilton Raymond Harris James Hitchcock

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Publicity Chairman Harl Holt Harry Irvine Mary Meadows Gladys Miller Geraldine Myers Phillip 0. Nystrand Marianna Obermiller June Patchin J. K. Phipps Margaret Porter Donald Reece lrilene Rowe Ruth Sampson Alex Sawyers Olin Schmidt Frederick Schneider Jean Schneider Chester Smith Glenna Smith Kathleen Thomas Pauline Walkup Louise Wanner Virgil Yates

Alpha Phi SigJDa National honorary scholastic fraternity for teachers colleges. Founded February 26, 1930 at Kirksville, Missouri. Beta chapter established on this campus April 9, 1930. Purpose: To foster superior scholarship both in secondary schools and colleges. Permanent membership awarded upon high scholastic attainment in College. Sponsor: Mr. J. Norvel Sayler Officers:

Clara Ellen Wolfe Mary Elizabeth Adams Eugene Hill

. President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer

Members: Mary Elizabeth Adams, William Bills, Ilene Boyd, Thelma Duncan, Marjorie Eppard, Vivian Fordyce, Vera Gates, Doris Hiles, Eugene Hill, Bill Maloy, Marian Maloy, Mary McCollum, Mary Meadows, Wilma Myers, Ruth Rosenbohm, Vivian Ross, Rebecca Taylor, Mary Turner, Ted Tyson, Portia Wilson, Clara Ellen Wolfe and Frances Woodburn.

Y. M. C. A. Organized in 1906. Gospel team conducts services in other states. Sponsored seventh Annual International Fellowship Banquet February 17. Purpose: To uphold Christian ideals. Sponsors:


Dr. H. G. Dildine Dr. 0. Myking Mehus Dr. J. C. Miller Mr. A. J. Cauffield Mr. LaVerne E. Irvine Alex Sawyers Virgil Woodside Myron Simerly Virgil Elliott

. President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer

Members: Edgar Abbott, Wilmer Allison, Roy Arnold, Ellis Bray, Gilbert Brown, Ralph Carmichael, Edward Castle, Lorace Catterson, Charles Churchill, Rex Copeland, John Cox, Harold Daniels, Fred David­ son, Guy Davis, Homer Dickerson, Virgil Elliott, Harold Farmer, Robert Forbes, Buford Garner, Vernon Green, Albert Hagaman, Raymond Harris, Addison Hartman, Donald Hepburn, James Hitchcock, Robert Long, Lawrence Millikan, Robert Mitchell, Gaylord Morrison, Billy Musser, Albert Needles, Merrill Ostrus, J. K. Phipps, Lester Reaksecker, Gerald Rowan, Alex Sawyers, Myron Simerly, Edwin Tyson, Turner Tyson, Ira Glen Williamson and Virgil Woodside.

d Association Fo1.â&#x20AC;˘ Childhoo Education

ember 4, 1928. Maryville branch organized Dec International uncil for Primary Education, the Composed of the National Co achers, sociation of Nursery School Te As the and ion Un n rte rga Kinde the result of a merger in 1931. schools, kinder­ ssive education in the nursery Purpose: To promote progre elopto encourage professional dev and up, gro y mar pri and s garten ment of teachers. garten-primary students majoring in kinder Membership composed of education. Sponsors:


Miss Chloe Millikan

Velma Cass Doris Kenda11 Dolores Messner Ludmila Vavra


Hannah Lou Bennett Irene Bohnenblu-st Sally Bonham Sue Brown Velma Cass Irene.Dunlap Marjorie Fisher Elizabeth Groby Vesta Helzer Eleanor Hunt Doris Kendall June Kidwell Beatrice Leeson Leon McIntosh

Miss Margaret Sutton

. President Vice.President Secretary Treasurer

Dolores Messner Geraldine Meyers Virginia Milliken Eloise Netherton Elizabeth Planck Mary Lucille Powell Mary Schmeling Alyce Marie Sturm Rebecca Taylor Elizabeth Turner Lois Utterback Ludmila Vavra Rosalyn Venrick Dorothy Wort

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Dash Slinge1¡s Union Organized in 1925 for furtherance of fellowship among the men employed at the Residence Hall cafeteria. Recognized officially as a campus organization in 1932. Sponsor: Officers:

Miss Ruth Villars John Zuchowski Ralph Morrow Henry Robinson Richard Shrout

. President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms

Members: William Bills Ermin Brown Roy Brown Bill Berneau Donald Cofer G. L. Johnson Willis Goza Darryl Wagoner Fall Pledges: Alfred Howell Marion Rogers Bob Rogers Paul Tracy

Debate Missouri Kappa Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, National Honorary Forensic Society. Founded at Maryville, April 13, 1932. Promotes "the art of persuasion, beautiful and just" by encouraging inter­ collegiate debate and public speaking. Squad debated in neighbodng colleges and in a practice tournament in Maryville, the state tournament at Marshall, and the Provincial Pi Kappa Delta tournament at Kirksville. Ouestion debated: "Resolved: That Congress should be empowered to enact minimum wage and maximum working hour laws for industry." Members:

Dr. J. P. Kelly Louise Bauer Gara Williams Helen Estep Eileen Elliott


Part 81

Walter Wilson

Gerald Rowan Phillip 0. Nystrand James Hitchcock Al Ian. Kelso Edgar Abbot

O'Neillian Dâ&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘aJDatie Club Organized in 1934, taking its title from the name of one of America's leading playwrights, Eugene O'Neill. Purpose: To provide a workshop for students interested in the theatre of today. Sponsors: Miss Eileen Logan Dr. Joseph P. Kelly Officers: William Hutchinson Beulah Frerichs Thelma Patrick

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer

Members: Nadine Allen Edna Frances Lamison Olgalee Beal Robert Long Mary Margaret Bentley Forrest Magee Betty McGee Hannah Lou Bennett Virginia Milliken Mary Virginia Bush Lorraine Conrad Robert M. Mitchell Chalmers Corington Marian Nally Emma Jean Corington Irene Nelson John Cox June Patchin Fred E. Davidson Thelma Patrick Mary Martha Peterson Guy Davis Thelma Duncan J. K. Phipps Virgil Elliott Margaret Porter Marjorie Eppard Maxine Prewitt Norma Jean Ripley Helen Estep M'arjorie Fisher Marjorie Schneider Susan Fleming Nora Sheets Katherine Schulte Rebecca Foley Doris Stafford Vivian Fordyce Pauline Stockwell Beulah J. Frerichs Louise Straight Elizabeth Glenn Ethelyn Harris Paul Strohm Phyl I is Thomas Ethel Hester Elizabeth Utz William Hutchinson Mary 0. Kirkham Mary Ellen Williams Virgil Yates

At•t Club Founded in 1916 on this campus. Purpose: To foster in the members a deeper appreciation for art and to give them an opportunity to develop further their talents. Meets twice a month. Requirements for membership: A major or minor in art and a high scholastic standing. Sponsor: Officers:

Miss 01 ive S. De Luce Edith Wilson . . Sue Bell Elizabeth Matheny Betty McGee

. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

Members: Mary Harmon Mary Margaret Bentley Mary Jo McGee Mynatt Breidenthal Marjorie Keyes Walter Brown, Jr. Dorothy Dalby Margaret Donelson Beverly McGinness Virgil Elliott Virginia Page Marjorie Eppard Grace Reed Vesper Farrens C. V. Wells Helen Gaugh Gara Williams Dorothy Graham Frances Woodburn

Kappa Ontieron Phi Nucleus of a national Home Economics sorority which was founded in 1922 by Miss Hettie M. Anthony. Includes, besides this Alpha chapter, fifteen chapters in eleven states. Purpose: To develop women with higher ideals, with a deeper appre­ ciation of the American home, with high intellectual and cultural attainments. Sponsor: Miss Hettie M. Anthony Officers: . President Alberta Williams Vice-President Marjorie Keyes Secretary Mary Shoemaker Treasurer· Elizabeth Utz Members: Alberta Williams, Marion Burr, Mary Peck, Elizabeth Utz, Mary Shoemaker, Edith Wilson, Eileen Elliott, Mary Louise Lyle, Lola Acklin, Thelma Pebley, Beverly McGinness, Marjorie Keyes. Pledges: Dorothy Dalbey, Derotha McDaniel, Arlene Birdsell, Margaret Libbe, Marjorie Farmer, Eula Bowen. Pai, 8J

Alpha Sig1Da Alpha National educational sorority. Founded at Farmville, Virginia, in 1901. Phi Phi chapter installed on this campus in May, 1928, but was previously Lambda Phi, a local sorority. Roll includes twenty-two chapters in only four-year teachers' colleges c;1nd schools of education in universities. Last year Phi Phi chapter awarded a silver loving cup for its efficiency rating. Sponsor-Miss Mariam Waggoner Local Officers: Marian Maloy Elizabeth Adams Ludmila Vavra Clara Ellen Wolfe Lucy Mae Benson Dolores Messner Thelma Patrick Elizabeth Planck Mary Meadows

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Registrar Chaplain Editor Pan-He I Ienic Representative . Collegiate Representative

Active Members: Elizabeth Adams Lucy Mae Benson Irene Bohnenblust Dolores Bolin Mary Ann Bovard Emma Jean Corington Drury Davis Mildred Elliott Hel¡en Gaugh Marian Kirk Mary Louise Lyle Marian Maloy Mary Meadows Dolores Messner

Thelma Patrick Marjorie Perry Elizabeth Planck Maxine Prewitt Virginia Sifers Louise Straight Kathaleen Thomas Mary Turner Elizabeth Utz Ludmila Vavra Jane Vogt Portia Wilson Clara Ellen Wolfe Dorothy Wort

Mabel Bradley Marianna Obermiller

Elizabeth Turner Maude�n Walker


SigD1a SigD1a SigD1a National educational sorority. First chapter founded at Farmville, Virginia, April 20, 1898. Alpha Epsilon chapter and the alumnae chapter installed on this campus, March 18, 1927. Faculty Advisor-Miss Nell Hudson Sponsor-Miss Eileen Logan Patronnesses- Mrs. Forrest Gillam and Mrs.


C. Miller

Local Officers: Mary Peck Beatrice Leeson Josephine Nash Maxine Daniels Edwardena Harrison Mary Allen

President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Keeper of Grades

Active Members: Mary Allen Maxine Daniels Edwardena Harrison Doris Dee Hiles Eleanor Hunt Beatrice Leeson Mary Jo McGee Pledges: Earlene Beggs Ruth Marie Burch Mary Lee Eisenbarger Wilberta Means Virginia Milliken Katherine Null Margaret Stafford Pauline Walkup Betty White Mary Ellen Williams

Betty McGee Lois McCartney Josephine Nash Mary Peck Glenna Smith Helen Swinford Lois Utterback

SigDia Mn Delta Social Fraternity based on the principles of Free Masonry and De Malay. Founded in Emporia, Kansas, in 1921. Gamma chapter established on this campus in 1930. Has grown steadily and prosperously while upholding the ideals upon which it is based. Sponsors: Mr. W. T. Garrett

Mr. H. R. Dieterich

Honorary Members: Mr. Sterling Surrey Mr. Clare Wisell

Dr. S. A. Durban Dr. R. C. Person Officers:

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . Editor

William Bills Chester Smith Virgil T. Yates Leslie Carlson John Cox Active Members: Lynn Bickett William Bills Thomas Boyd Verne Campbel I Les Iie Carlson John Cox Ursle Crockett Lloyd Dowden Wynn Duncan Edward Gickling Dale Hartley Frank Hayes

Harl Holt Ralph Knepper John Liddle • Don Lindley Leonard Martin Lambert Miller Robert Miller Charles McConnel I Albert Myers George Nr·xon Robert Paul Paul Person

Forrest Petree Robert Phipps Frederick Schneid�r Lowell Deane Slonecker Chester Smith Henry Swift Edwin Tyson Turner Tyson Miller Weeda James Wells Harold Wilson Virgil T. Yates

Pledges: Robert Bowles Fred Davidson William H. Davis Willard Ford George Hamilton

Mahlon Hamilton Robert Mitchel I Wayne Murphy Jewell Myers C. Lloyd Oliver

J. K. Phipps Edgar Ouillin Lester Reaksecker Paul Tracy John Joseph Ward

Sig01a Tan GaDtDta Oldest National Social-Professional Teachers College Fraternity. Founded at Warrensburg, Missouri, in 1920. Theta chapter installed on this campus April 2, 1927. Member of association of Teachers College Fraternities. Purpose: To promote lasting fellowship; training for leadership; enriched social orientation and adjustment; stimulate more extensive participa­ tion in extra-curricular school activities; and emphasize social democracy. House Mother: Mrs. Cora B. Clary Sponsors: Dr. Henry M. Alexander Mr. Roy Ferguson Mr. Norvel Sayler

Mr. Wilbur Stalcup Mr. D. N. Valk Mr. R. T. Wright

Honorary Member: Mr. E. A. Davis Officers: Donald Cofer Harold Penwell Jackson Wright Bill Maloy Mac Coverdel I

President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer House-Manager

Active Members: Ralph Adams Bill Blagg Donald Cofer Chalmers Corington Mac Coverdell Rex Creighton Dale Driftmier Carl Fink Lloyd Flanders El I iott Foster Pote 87

Donald Francis Gene Gowing Bill Hull Allan Kelso Walter Lethem Bill Maloy Paul Newby Ralph Newby Harold Penwell Charles Pfander Bernard Richards

Glenn Rouse Gerald Rowan Walter Rulon Lawrence Ryan Garth Sharp James Stephenson Eldon Thompson Neil Weary Jackson Wright Arthur Yates

Musie Music, father of the best that is in men, is becoming more and more important in our college life. Not only are the several organizations spon­ sored by the Music Department a source of great inspiration, much pleasure, and regular recreation to those who participate as members, but their ex­ cellent work is enjoyed far and wide. Due to the great demand for its services, both on and off the campus, the department is kept exceedingly busy. Consider for example, a very incomplete list of its activities from March 15 to May 15, to take a two month period this year. Full concerts in some cases, incidental programs in others, were given at Parnell, Barnard, Guilford, Liberty, Excelsior Springs, Maysville, Har­ mony high, Daleview high, Westboro, Mound City, Maryville high and Rotary Club; and in Iowa at Glenwood, Villisca, Corning and Shenandoah. In addition there was a total of five broadcasts over WOW, Omaha; KFEO, St. Joseph; and KMA, Shenandoah. Furthermore the department sponsored the Northwest Missouri College District Music Contests, sponsored the Nodaway County High School and grade choruses, furnished judges for several other smaller district contests, gave several lectures to music and civic clubs, and presented a college assembly program of music. Finally, and certainly not least, the Music Department presented a May Festival of extensive proportions, involving several evenings, the pres­ entation of which included a Mendelssohn Oratorio, a Beethoven Con­ certo, a Haydn Symphony and many other gems of the world's greatest music. Only through the cooperation of the administration of the other depart­ ments of the College, and of the students concerned, has it been possible for the Music Department· to carry successfully such a tremendous program while operating its regular College classwork. PERSONNEL OF SMALL ENSEMBLES Varsity Ouartette: Merri 11 Ostrus Ted Tyson William Somerville Virgil Woodside Herman N. Schuster, Coach Upperclass Women's Trio: Dorotha DePew Helen Shipman Martha May Holmes Miss Marian J. Kerr, Coach and Accompanist

M11sie Freshman Girl's Sextette: Drury Davis Helen Jean Collins Dorothy Lackey Miss Helen Crahan, Coach

Vivien Froyd Nora Belle Noakes Portia Wilson Jean Dykes, Accompanist

Students who a re prominent officers in one or more of the following organ­ izations: Symphony Orchestra, the Concert Band, the Chorus, and the College Dance Band: Robert Paul William Somerville Marian Kirk Merrill Ostrus Helen Shipman

George Nixon Allan Bing Bruce Coffman Lois McCartney Edgar Ouillin

Faculty: La Verne E. Irvine, Director of Music Education and Chairman of the Conservatory of Music. Herman N. Schuster, Voice and Conductory of Chorus. Marian J. Kerr, Piano, Harmony and Accompanist. Helen Crahan, Voice and Public School Music. Alline Fentress, Violin, Piano, Conductor of Orchestra. Claire Wigell, Band Instruments and Conductor of Band. "Pirates of Penzance" Was it Mrs. Miller, the wife of our Dean, who said she enjoyed our own College performance of the famous "Pirates of Penzance" more than that of a well-known professional company she had seen previously in Chicago? Under the direction of La Verne E. Irvine, Chairman of the Conservatory of Music, who conducted the performance, assisted by Miss Helen Haggerty, he�d of the Department of Physical Education, and Dr. Joseph P. Kelly, Director of Dramatics, this popular Gilbert and Sullivan Opera, the first of its kind to be given on our campus in several years, proved to be a huge success.

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Athletics Coach E. A. Davis Coach E. A. "Lefty" Davis, chairman of the department of physical education and instructor in football, has coached at the College since 1927. Coach Davis came to Maryville in 1927, about the middle of the footbal I season, and has made a very good record since that time. Mr. Davis is an undergraduate of Kentucky University and Phillips University and played football, baseball and was a track man at those schools. For the past three years he has been attending summer school and has nearly completed his Master's degree. Upon graduation from school, Coach Davis took up professional base­ ball for a living, but when he failed to become a regular with the St. Louis Browns, he turned to coaching. He coached football at Missouri Weslyan for six years and produced five championship teams and one runner-up. In 1924 he was coach of football, baseball and basket ball at McKendry College. The McKendry football, basket ball and baseball teams were undefeated in 1924. Next Mr. Davis went to Centenary and in 1925 1 he produced a conference win­ ner in football there. Coach Davis has coached one M. I. A. A. championship team and four runner-up teams. Coach Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup, youthful Bearcat basket ball and track mentor, has completed his fourth year·on the coaching staff of his Alma Mater. Mr. Stalcup came to Maryville from Oregon high school where he was a member of one of the best basket ball teams ever produced in a Missouri high school. While in College he lettered four years in basket ball, three in football and four in track. In 1932 Stalcup was chosen on several all-American basket ball teams, after the Bearcats had competed in the finals of the national tournament. After graduating from College, Mr. Stalcup spent a year in Jackson, Missouri, as coach of the high school. Since coming to Maryville he has had several good basket ball teams and has developed several outstanding basket ball men in the state. His track teams have won the M. I. A. A. outdoor meet once, and have made good showings every year. Stalcup deserves credit for de­ veloping the greatest track man MSTC has ever had.

''M'' Club Honorary athletic organization. Composed of men who have earned their letters in football, basket ball or track. Purposes: To promote better competition and sportsmanship, to promote d spirit of unity among its members, and to establish a lasting memory among its members. Club has sponsored the "Varsity Drag"; the high school track meet as part of the Spring Contests; and this year a banquet for its new members to be held as an annual affair. Honorary Members: Mr, E. A. Davis

Justin 0. King

Mr. H. R. Dieterich

Officers: Donald "Bo" Sipes Wallace "Pop" Hicks Lloyd "Hoss" Flanders Chandis "Doc" Wilson

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

Members: Irwin Almquist William Bernau Lester Brewer Roy Brown Clifton Cox Lloyd Flanders Donald Francis J. Pierce Gardner Vernon Green Wallace Hicks Alfred Howell Harry Irvine Romaine Kious Lawrence Knepper Orville Livingston William McMullin Norin Meredith Edward Molitoris


Walter Moore Wilbur Moore Herschel Neil Everett Richards Marion Rogers Robert Rogers Glenn Rouse Walter Rulon Paul Scott Richard Shrout Donald Sipes Darryl Wagoner Carl Wilhelm Chandis Wilson John Wright Arthur Yates Andrew Zembles John Zuchowski

Football Starting on what seemed to be one of the most successful seasons in the past few years, the Bearcats won their first four games with a powerful display of football talent. Hard luck featured their next contest with Rolla, who played their best game of the season. The final score was a tie. In the Cape Girardeau battle the Bearcats started down hill and lost. They lost not only the Indian game, but every other encounter they played during the season. Peru, Nebraska Teachers were the first victims of the Green and White warriors at the opening of the season. With the starting line-up dominated by freshmen, the Bearcats came home from Nebraska on the long end of a 24 to 8 score. "Doc" Yates played one of the best games of his career at Peru and made a start on what was to be his best year of football. His punting kept the bearcats "in the game" throughout the rest of the season. St. Viators College of Bourbonnas, Illinois was the second victim of the rampant Bearcats. In beating this team, Maryville defeated the best team they faced during the season. The final score was 13 to 6. After the two non-conference starts the Bearcats opened their con­ ference play with Springfield as the rival and emerged the victor by a score of 13 to 0. Central College of Fayette, Missouri, tried their hand at stopping the team that was becoming one of the highest rated teams in the state. They failed, losing to the Bearcats by a score of 21 to 0. Rolla succeeded in stopping the Bearcats by tying the final score. After this game Maryville failed to win another contest the remainder of the year. Cape Girardeau, Warrensburg, and Kirksville each won over the Bearcats. To finish the season Rockhurst College of Kansas City, who was doped to lose, won by a score of 13 to 6. SUMMARY OF THE SEASON Maryville .............. Maryville .............. Maryville .............. Maryville .............. Maryville.............. Maryville.............. Maryville.............. Maryville.............. Maryville. . ... . .. . . ....

24 13 13 21 0 6 0 0 6

Peru ................ . St. Viator ............ . Springfield ........... . Central.............. . Rolla................. Warrensburg . ... . .... . Kirksville . . . . . . ... . ... Cape Girardeau . . . . .. . Rockhurst. . . ..........

8 6 0 0 0 7 7 7 13

Basket Ball Getting an early start in good shape and winning 13 of 17 games in the season and a tie for second place in the conference, with two men on the all-conference first team and one each on the second team and honorable mention list, is the fact story of the basket ball season for this year. How­ ever, the fact story tells none of the thrills the hard-fighting, smooth-working team produced. Neither does it tell of the game won from the Safeway Grocers of Denver, nor of the loss to the Stage Liners of Kansas City. It was still football weather when the Bearcats ster::ped out to beat Peru in basket ball. For the first time in many years, the Bearcats wore long stockings on the court; they made the team one of the best.dressed around. A large crowd came to that game with the Nebraska Teachers­ not because they thought it would be a close battle, but they wanted to see how the Bearcats would look later in the season and, most of all, to see Ike Howell, the 6 foot 1 O½ inch Georgia Giant. They were treated with the sight of Ike hitting four baskets in that first game. It wasn't long until Captain Roy Brown had settled the fact that he was to be a great leader for the hard-fighting Maryville Basketeers; he finished the season one of the high scorers in the conference and was picked as an all-state forward. A far greater honor was given him when he was asked to play with the Santa Fe Trails in the National Tournament­ an honor which he accepted. Althou�h the Bearcats were twice beaten in the conference, they evened the total with both Cape and Warrensburg, and came through the conference season with a record of eight victories and two losses to win second place in the MIAA. In their games outside the conference, the Bearcats won five and lost two. They won from Peru, Pittsburg, Kansas Teachers, the Denver Safe­ ways and two games from Rockhurst College. They lost once to Pittsburg and the Santa Fe Trails. SUMMARY OF THE SEASON MSTC, MSTC, MSTC, MSTC, MSTC, MSTC, MSTC, MSTC, MSTC,

40 Peru, 28 30 Pittsburg, 28 34 Kirksville, 22 33 Denver Safeways, 23 19 Cape Girardeau, 21 28 Springfield, 17 27 Santa Fes, 28 33 Rockhurst, 27 28 Pittsburg, 34


47 Rolla, 19 26 Cape Girardeau, 23 24 Warrensburg, 21 49 Roi la 16 42 Rockhurst, 21 27 Springfield, 25 27 Warrensburg, 40 34 Kirksville, 30

Traek The track and field teams of the Maryville Bearcats have the record of being undefeated for the past three seasons in dual competition. This season the team has been led by Captain Herschel Neil, an ALL­ AMERICAN, who holds the National Intercollegiate record in the hop­ step-and-jump of 49 feet 7 inches, and several conference records, both indoor and outdoor. Neil's indoor records in the M. I. A. A. are the following: SO-yard dash-6.2 seconds 440-yard dash-53 seconds Broad Jump--22 feet 7½ inches His outdoor records include: 100-yard dash-9. 7 seconds 220-yard dash-21.8 seconds Broad Jump-23 feet 3¼ inches Last year Neil was a candidate for the Olympic team, but he was de­ feated in the finals in New York. He was placed on the All-American College track and field team for his record in the National Intercollegiate meet in Chicago. At the Kansas Relays he placed second in the 100-yard dash and a week later was one of the two double winners in the Drake Relays, winning the 100-yard dash and the hop-step-and-jump. So far this spring the Maryville tracksters have won third place in the conference indoor meet with 28 points. They hope to keep their record for being undefeated in dual competition clean this year. The Bearcat!i have dual meets with Peru, Nebraska Teachers, Went­ worth Military Academy, Warrensburg, and St. Benedicts. With a group of promising freshmen out, there is little doubt that the Bearcats will be able to uphold their record.

Tennis Much new material will be used to complete the 1937 tennis squad. Mr. Sayler will form this year's team about Sharp, Smith and Thompson, the only three members returning from last year's competition. The prospects scouted in pre-season form, leaves no doubt among S. T. C. fans as to the expected record of the forthcoming seasonal tennis team.

Golf The return of last year's golf team for 1937 competition, will be an advantage that cannot be overlooked. With Holt, Rowan, Person and Zuchowski forming the nucleus for this season's squad, Maryville will enter all of its meets displaying a type of opposition that will be difficult to overcome. It is impossible to disclose the complete golf schedule, but it is very probable that Maryville will enter the St. Joseph Junior College, and the State meets.

Intra1Dn1¡al CoJDJDission Organized three years ago. Purpose; To provide competitive sports for the men of the College not competing in varsity athletics. Composed of one man from each class, the freshman member to serve for his four years in school. Senior member serves as chairman. Members: Walter Wade, Chairman Darryl Wagoner

Clifton Cox Paul Tracy

WoJDen's Athletie Assoeiation Purpose; To promote a school spirit of loyalty among the women and to encourage participation in healthful recreation. Offers hockey, basket ball, volley ball, baseball, swimming, hiking, golf, tennis and dancing. Each sport under management of student. Officers:


Lucy Mae Benson Elizabeth Wright Dorothy Wort Marjorie Schneider Bonnie McFall

. President Vice¡President Secretary Historian Reporter

Miss Miriam Waggoner

Members: Mary Frances Barrack Lucy Mae Benson Li 11 ian Combs Emma Jean Corington Majorie Farmer Jean Gibson Virginia Gibson Dorothy Graham Unity Hixenbaugh Beatrice Leeson Maurine Lepley Hazel Lewis

Norma Ruth Logan Bonnie McFall Mary Jo McGee Dolores Messner Gladys Miller Marianna Obermiller June Patchin Norma Jean Ripley Marjorie Schneider Esther Spring Dorothy Wort Elizabeth Wright Pait 1!6

Composed of d Head Cheer Leader and two assistants. Elected by the student body. Aim: To mold the student body into a compact organization which works for a common end, "VICTORY". Where only a few words may be said, it is impossible to give all the admiration due "Tommy", "Rosy", and "Andy''. Too often the Cheer Leaders must bear the brunt of an unsuccessful athletic year, but they have proved themselves loyal in every sense of the word. Head Cheer Leader: Eldon Thompson

Assistants: Rosalyn Venrick Verne Campbell

Green and White Peppeâ&#x20AC;˘Âˇs Women's pep organization. Established in the fall quarter of 1927. Purpose: To add pep and enthusiasm to all school activities. Sponsor: Miss Helen Haggerty Officers: Dolores Messner Mary Ann Bovard Alyce Marie Sturm Norma Ruth Logan

President Secretary Treasurer Captain

Members: Lucy Mae Benson Dolores Bolin Mary Ann Bovard Rebecca Foley Doris Kendall Norma Ruth Logan Mary Louise Lyle Marian Maloy Betty Marshall Bonnie McFall Pagt


Dolores Messner Marianna Obermiller Marjorie Perry Norma Jean Ripley Margaret Smith Virginia Sifers Alyce Marie Sturm Jane Vogt Rosalyn Venrick Dorothy Wort

Ba•·katze Men's and Women's Pep Organization with thirty-six women and thirty­ two men. Organized during fall quarter of 1932. Purpose: To add more organized pep to the Bearcats' activities and to the Student Body. Sponsors: Miss Marian Kerr

Mr. Homer T. Phillips

Bill Maloy Paul Person Helen Leet Elizabeth Wright

President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer


Members: Margaret Adams Nadine Allen Mary Frances Barrack Irene Bohnenblust Sally Bonham Virginia Bosch Eula Bowen Sue Brown Carlyle Breckenridge Lester Brewer Lillian Combs Maxine Daniel Mercedes Duncan Fred Davidson Harland Farrar Cort Feurt Mildred French Beulah Frerichs Helen Ford Edward Gickling Gene Gowing Hubert Hadorn Martha Harmon

Edwardena Harrison Ethel Hester Doris Hiles Harl Holt Veryl Humphreys Eleanor Hunt Allan Kelso Beatrice Leeson Helen Leet Maurine Lepley Don Lindley Bill Maloy Lucille Mason Durwood Maxted Lois McCartney Gerald Mitchell Robert Mitchell Gladys Miller Wayne Murphy Albert Myers Loyd Oliver Paul Person J. K. Phipps

Durine Riddle Margy Lou Roach James Roberts Mildred Robinson Frederick Schneider Lowell Dean Slonecker Glenna Smith James Stephenson Henry Swift Kathleen Thomas Eldon Thompson Howard Toay Mary Turner Turner Tyson Lois Utterback Walter Wade Martha Weaver Lucille Wenstrand Jim Wells Gara Williams Ardell Woodruff Elizabeth Wright

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SPRING FEVER Monday: Too ti red after week-end. Tuesday: Can't get book from library. Wednesddy: Has date. Thursday: Week-end approaches. Friday: Week-end almost here. Sdturday: Week-end is here. Sunday: Reads funny pdpers. Bill Maloy: "Will you marry me in spite of my trouble?" Mary E. Adams: "What is it?" Bill:

"Fdlling hair."

Mdry E.: "You darling boy, to how much?" Here's wishing the Campus Kids at the Dorm lots of luck next year. May they never be campused again. Mr. Sifers: "The man who marries my daughter will get a prize." The Ardent "Chub" Yates: I see it please?"


(No dnswer.) Dick: "I sdy, Ethel, I guess you've gone out with worse-looking fellows than I dm, haven't you?" Ethel Hester: ''I hedrd you the first time. I was only trying to think."

Dedicated to Eddie Gickling: I cut my candles all in two, Which startled all my friends; They've only half as long, tis true, But burn at all four ends.

WARNING TO BEGINNERS On, son, beware the baby stare, Sky-blue eyes, and golden hair. Then of this girlie be afraid, With fire-red hair and eyes of jade. Beware the maid of mystery, too, With eyes and hair of raven hue, Oh, son! Oh, son! beware them all Or you will have no jack at all.

Miss Lair: You don't read between the lines enough. You are too Iiteral.

Captain Condon: (At the regular Monday night drill.) "When I was a little boy I had a set of wooden soldiers. One day I lost those soldiers and I cried very much. But my mother said: 'Never mind, some day you will get your wooden soldiers back.' And be­ lieve me, you bunch of wooden-headed dumbbeI Is, that day has come."

Prof. Garrett: stub?

Is that your cigarette

I can't. It's half erased.

Zeke Kious: first.

Go ahead, you saw it

Rosie: The thorax is in the throat; it is the organ of thought.

Dr. Painter: author?

Who is your favorite

John Liddle:

C. Carlton: My father. "Say, Surrey, what kind of a car are you driving to college?" "It's an R.

Dr. Painter: C. Carlton:

What does he write? Checks.

F. D."

"Whaddye mean, R.

F. D.?"

"Rescued from the Dump."

He ask her to wed, But she only said, "Go to father." But she knew that he· knew That her father was dead; And she knew that he knew What a life he had led; So she knew that he knew What she meant when she said, "Go to father."

So says the Stroller editor: This is a good one, but we gotta graduate.

ECONOMICAL SHORT STORY Rich girl. Motor car. Lonely road. Breakdown. Ruffian. Scream. Poor boy. Rescue. Swoon. Love. Elope­ ment. End. -Net saving-6,874 words.-

Breidenthal: Didn't I get my last hair­ cut in this shop? He who laughs last has it explained to him. Pa�e lfll

Barber: I think not. We've only been in business two years.

GET THIN EXERCISES By Madam Skinen Bones This group of exercises wil I also bene­ fit those suffering from fallen arches, knock-knees, ingrowing toenails, prom­ inent ears, and dandruff if they are regu­ larly forgotten each morning for six weeks. 1. Stand on both feet-relax facial muscles, direct eyes toward end of nose and touch same with tongue. 2. With right foot directly over left kidney, flex right ear until perfectly limp, at the same time lift arms to a div­ ing position and say ah. 3. Place back of right hand under chin, fingers toward front. Standing on both feet, toes turned in, place left hand in small of back and with muscular action alone wave fingers of right hand in a rhythmical fashion as the face takes on a haunted look. 4. In semi-squatting position balance on left foot, placing right foot in mouth, as index finger of right hand· is placed in center of top of head. 5. With head between knees place tongue in left cheek, raise left eyebrow and squint right eye, Aex knees a little and with a spring from the arches, head remaining in the same place, raise feet into air. Hold this position for a minute or two and then call for help. In the next installment Madam Skinen Bones will publish a set of exercises es­ pecially composed for those unfortunates afflicted with that strange malady, "in­ flated cranium."

Dr. Kelly: "I say, Jerry, what's a cosmopolitan?" Jerry: "Suppose there was a Russian Jew living in England with an Italian wife, smoking Egyptian cigarettes, near a French window in a room with a Turkish carpet on the floor. If this man drank American ice cream sodas while listening to a German band, after a supper of Dutch cheese made up as a Welsh rarebit, then you might be safe in saying that he was a cosmopolitan."

"It's the truth that I speak," Says Prater Greene, "A girl on the lap is worth two on the screen."

You're right, Wag., the daughters of the garbage men are not to be sniffed at.

Dizzie lz:zie rocked the boat; Dizzie Lizzie couldn't Aoat. Exit Liz:z:ieFuneral note.

"Hell, yes," said the devil, picking up the phone.

For a very small sum you can enroll in my course of love-making in ten easy lessons. Casanova Simerly. -adv-

Pres. Lamkin: "Oh, dear! I'm so sorry your car is in the ditch. It was all my fault." Tourist: "Not at all, not at a II. saw you coming two miles up the high­ way and could have easily turned into a , side road." l'ag< /OZ

"Doc" Yates says, that Monday and Tuesday are so close to Wednesday, that he has to rest Thursday and Friday to be ready to sleep Saturday and Sun­ day. Mr. Cauffield: "What and where is the golden gate?" Madalyn Jackson: "The golden gate is the gate of heaven where all good children go after they are exported into the great beyond." Bill Francisco thinks that the Ad. building is in the math. department. W. T. Garrett: "What is a worm?" J. Stephenson: "A worm is a guy or a room-mate that "cuts your throat." PATENTS Theme song:

In the p0rlor there were three, She, the parlor lamp, and he-Two's com­ pany, there is no doubt-So the parlor lamp went out. An honest confession is good for the soul, but not for the reputation. Sue Brown Willie He0I told Dr. Painter in English class, that he could not sit down because his 'conjuction' was still bothering him from last Frat meeting. Water Tower-A place where the grass is green, the nights abound with gentle breezes, the moon is sti II bright, but refuses to reveal what its smiling countenance beholds. ADVERTISEMENTS Note:

These ads are not solicited.

"Woo! Woo! You've got me Woo­ ing for you." Sharp and DePew

Wanted: One more girl like my "Love."­ Lester Brewer.

My ability to bark like a dog .• Wynn Duncan

For Sale:

My "Elizabethean technique" . : . "Cotton" Morrow

One badly, bent (maybe she should have said 'broken') heart .... Mary Lucille Powell For Rent:

LOST AND FOUND Found: Masculine footprints on window sill of dormitory. Room 101 Lost: A number of Tri Sig Sorority pins in places seldom frequented. Found: My "way" with women. Please refer to Irene Bohnenblust. "Bo" Sipes Pate 103

A boy friend in excellent shape. Slightly used. Bonnie McFall Wanted: 75 "decent" boy friends. Dormitory Wanted: 2 new 'bull hides' for half-soling purposes. Ike Howell I buy "Old Gold". (z) Mary Meadows

"Now," said Dr. Alexander, "pass in all or your papers to the end of the row; have a carbon under each one, then I can correct them a II at once."

Doc Wilson thinks that a sock on the foot is worth two in the eye!


Wanna ride?

She: Going north? He:


She: Give my regards to the Eskimos.

WHEN SOME BIG PRUNE The sun of a nut, Marries a lemon, And the Pear Have a Peach for a daughter, With Cherry lips, How in the devil Can you believe in heredity? Coverdell: I'm raising a moustache. What color do you think it will be? Creighton: Gray, at the rate it's growing now. The student that cooks up al ibis gen­ erally finds that they seem half-baked to the professors.

FACULTY QUESTIONNAIRE Fools can ask questions that wise persons cannot answer. Perhaps that is why many students fail on some examinations. We feel that the following simple questions are as sane as some asked on some exams we have to take, so we feel that we have a right to ask the professors to answer them: These questions must be answered carefully, truthfully, and humorously. 1.

Are you married, single, or otherwise?


Do you reside in this city?


What "pull" ,or bull) did you employ to get a position in this institution?


Do you expect to hold your position, and if so do you believe that it will affect the future enrollment of the college?


How do you rate with the students?


Do you have fallen arches or athlete's foot?


Have you at any time had garments on your back? you get rid of same?


Did your ancestors hang by their tails or by a rope?


If you should be elected dean would you invite students to your home for dinner at least three times a week?


If so, why don't you move?

If so, how did

The last two questions are valued at one hundred each and they simply must be answered! Page JM

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Say! We Altnost Fo1â&#x20AC;¢got To Mention Faenlty and Classes! S0-0-0-0-0-0, Last But Not Least "\


Dr. Henry M. Ale,cander Comme:rce: A. B., Ddvidson Colle:9e: M. A., Prince:ton Ph. D., Unive:rsity of Missouri

Dr. F. R. Anthony He:<1hh A. B., Missouri St<1te B. Pe:., Missouri Stdte M. D., W<1shin9ton Unive:rsity Study in Unive:rsity of Vie:nnd Roydl Ophthdlmic Hospit<1I, Gl<1s9ow, Scotldnd

Hettie M. Anthony Home Economics B. A., Unive:rsity of Missouri M. A., Columbid University Study in Europedn Unive:rsitie:s


Estella Bowman English B. A., W<1shburn M. A., KdMSdS Grddudte: Student-Cambridge:, En9l<1nd, <1nd Columbid

A. J. Ceufrield Geography A. B., Ohio Northern Univtr¡ sity B. S., ChicdgO Unive:rsity M. A., University of Wisconsin Gradudte: Work, Unive:rsity of Colorado, Unive:rsity of Cal­ ifornia

Haz:el Burns English A. B., M. A., University of Nebraska Study, University of C<1lilornid dnd University of Wisconsin

George H. Colbert Mathe:mdtics B. S., B. A., M. A., N<1tion<1I Normdl University of Ohio Gr<1dudte Student, University of Wdshington

T. H. Cook American History B. S., Stdnberry Normdl Graduate: Study, University of Colorddo


A.H. Cooper Educdtion B. S., Mdryville St11te: Tedchers College: Ed. M., H11rvdrd University Gr11dudte: Work, Missouri dnd Chicdgo Universities

Helen Crahan Music B. M., Syrdcuse University B. S., M. A., Columbid Uni­ versity

Olive S. Deluce Fine Arts B. S., A. M., Tedche:rs College:, Columbi11 University University of Pdris Art Students Le:dgue, N. Y. Student of Andre L'Hote dnd Percival Deluce, A. N. A.

Dr. Harrv G. Dildine Socidl Science B. A., M. A., Ph. D., North­ western

,. ,, ,, J(XI

E. A. Davis Physicdl Educdtion B. S., Mcle:dn College Grddudte Work, Pe:dbody dnd Phillips University Study, South Kentucky dnd Trdn­ sy[vdnid

H. R. Dieterich High School A. B., Misi.ouri Wesleyan College: A. M., University of Missouri Gradudte Work, Ohio State University

Dr. Blenche Dow French A. B., Smith College Diploma, School of Expression, Boston A. M., Ph. D., Columbia Uni· versrty Graduate: Study, University of Paris

Dr. S. A. Durban Chemistry B. S., Alabdmd Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama M. A., University of Te:xas Ph. D., University of Ne:braskd

B. S., Maryville State Tedchus

College M. A., Chicc,go Grddudte Student, University of London

Violin B. S., George Peabody Col­ lege Graduate of Ward Belmont Graduc,te Study, Ch·cago Mus­ ical College

Dr. Henry A. Foster

Socidl Science B. A., Yc,le M. A., Chicago Ph. D., Leldnd Stanford Q,..

Margeret Franken

Mary M. Fisher

Alline Fentress

Mattie M. Dykes Ens Ii sh

Educc,tion B. S., University of Missouri Grc,duc,te Work, University of Missouri dnd Columbia Uni­ versity

Industrial Arts

B. S., Missouri

M. A., Columbia Graduate Work, Cc,lifornia

Katherine Franken

Educdfon B. S., University of Missouri M. A., Columbia University Graduate Work-University of Chicago c,nd University of lewd

Hubert Garrett

Socidl Science B. S., Maryville State Teachers College M. A., Nebrc,ska Gr.,duc,te Work, Iowa

William T. Garrell

Biology A. B., Westminster College.: M. 5., University of Chicago Graduate Study, University of Chicago

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Helen Haggerty Physicdl Educdtion B. S. 1 University of Minnesotd M. A., Columbid University Gr.,dudte Work, University of Minnesotd, Columbid Uni­ versity dnd Wellesley Col­ lege

Dr. J. W, Hake Physics B. A., Illinois University M. A I Northwestern Uni vers1ty Ph. D. 1 University of KdnSdS

Carrie Hopkins Fine Arts, English B. Pd., Greeley Stdte Tedchers College B. S., Mdryville Stdte Teachers College Student, Chicdgo University

LaVerne E. Irvine Music A. B., University of Pittsburg M. A., University of Penn­ sylvdnid Gr.,dudte Work, Columbid Study, Cdrnegie Tech.

Katherine Helwig Mdthemdtics B. S, Mdryville Stdte Tedchers College A. A., Chicdgo University Student, Missouri Univer­ sity Grddudte Work, University of ChicdgO

Or. Frank Horsfall, Jr. Agriculture B. S. A., University of Arkdn· SdS M. A., Ph. D., University of Missouri

Minnie 8. James Commerce B. S.1 Mdryville Stdte Tedchers College M. A., Colorddo Tedchers College Grddudte Work, Columbid

Miry E. Keith Primdry B. S. 1 Missouri University M. A., Columbid University

Dr. Joseph P. Kelly Spe:e:ch A. B., Grinnell College M. A., Ph. D., Unive:rsity of lowd Grddudle: Study, Cornell Uni­ ve:rsity

Marian Kerr Pidno B. M., Oberlin Conse:rvatory

Eileen Logan Physicdl Educdtion B. S., University of Wisconsin Cert ificdte from G rddudte: Tedche:rs College: of Win­ netkd, Illinois

Dr. 0. Myking Mehus Socidl Science: A. B., Augsburg College: M. A., University of North DdkOtd Ph. D., University of North Ddkotd

Ramona Lucille L'air Spanish B. S., Springfie:ld Grdduate: Student University of Pdris Study University of Mddrid

Dr. Margaret Ruth Lowery English A. B., Colorddo Stdte: T e:dche:rs College: M. A., University of Chicdgo Ph. D., Y die: University

Chloe Millikan Trdining School B. S., W d r r e: n s bu r g S t d t e: Te:dche:rs College: M. A., Columbid University Gradudte: Work, University of Vie:nM

Dr. Anna M. Painter English B. A., Edrlhom M. A., Columbid University Grddudte: Work, Sorbonne: dnd University of Cdlifornid Ph.D., Ydle Pa11• 112

Homer T. Phillips

Education 8. S., Warrensburg State Te.ichers M. A., Columbia Graduate Work, Peabody and Southern C,lifornia

Ncrvel Sayler

Mathe:motics A. 8., Maryville State Tuchers College M. S., Iowa University Graduate Work, Iowa Uni­ versity

Dora B. Smith Training School Ph. 8., Chicago University B. S., Warrensburg State Teach· ers College: M. A., Columbia

Wilbur Stalcup

Physica I Education B. S. 1 Maryville State: Teachers College: Graduate: Work, Peabody Col­ lege

f'a�t IIJ

H. N. Schuster Voice Pupil of Thos. Noble: McBur­ ney (Chicago) Francesco Ddddi (Chicago) Ope:ra Company Florence and Rudolph Ndymes (Chicago)

Leslie G. Somerville

Extension B. S., Maryville State Teachers College M. A., University of Missouri

!I �.J, �.I Sterling Surrey

Commerce 8. S., College: of the City of New York M. 8. A., Harvard Graduate School of Business Adminis­ tration

Margaret Sutton

Student Faculty Assistant B. S., Maryville State Teachers College

Merien Waggoner Physicdl EducdtiOn B. A., Hanover College M. A., University of [owd

D. N. Vellc

lndustrid[ Arts B. S., Kalamazoo State. College. M. S., Mkhlgdn University Grddudte Work, Michi9dn University

Clare Wigell

Music B. S., Michigan Stdte Normdl Grddudte Study, University of Michigan

Eliubeth White

Educdtion B. S., Wdrrensburg State Tedchers College M. A., University of Missouri

R. T. Wright Agriculture B. S., University of Missouri M. A., University of Missouri



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Walter Lee Rulon Shenandoah, Iowa William Bills Jome:1on Velma Cass Shen,mdodh, Iowa Dorothy Dowden Maryville: Don Francis St. Joseph

�rth,11 May Holmes Plattibotg

Lola Acklin Grdhdm

Mary E. Adam, Mt. Moriah

M•ry E. Allen Cameron

Carlyle Breckenridge Turney

Roy C. Brown Desloge:

Donald L. Broyles Clearmont

Verne Campbell Tarkio

Earl Coulson HdtFie:ld

Mac Coverdell Grant City

Dorotha DePew Gravity, Iowa

Lloyd Dowden Maryville:

Dale Driftmier Clarinda, Iowa

Eileen Elliott Trimble:

J, Pierce Gardner St. Louis

Helen Gaugh M.iryville

Vernon Green Independence:

Lorace Cattenon Maryville

Marion E. Fendel' Imogene:, low.t Mary Anne Hamilton Maryville:

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Walter Rulon, 8. S. Mdthemdtics dnd Physicdl Educdtion Socidl Science. President "'M" Club, President Senior Cldss, Vice-president Junior Cldss, Footbdll, Trdck, Basket 8dll, Sigmd Tdu Gdmmd.

Mac Coverdell, B. S. Business Administration-Econom1cs. Sigma Tau Gdmma.

Martha Mey Holmes, 8. S, Commerce-Music. Pi Omegd Pi, Y. W. C. A., Alphd Epsilon Psi, Chorus, Orchestrd.

Dorotha DePew, B. S. Music-English. A pha Epsilon Psi, Chorus, Girls' Trio, Barkatze, A Capella Choir.

Lola Acklin, 8. S. Home Economics-Socidl Science. Koppa Omicron Phi, Vdrsity Villdgers, Y. W. C.A.

Dorothy Dowden, B. S. Commerce.

Mary Elizabeth Adams, 8. S. Commerce dnd Spdnish. Student Sendte, Alphd Phi S1gmd1 Pi Omegd Pi, Alpha Sigmd Alphd.

Earl Coulson, B. S. Commerce-Industrial Arts.

Lloyd Dowden, B. S. Industrial Arts-Social Science. lndustridl Arts Club, Sigma Mu Deltd, Chorus, Glee Club, Growlers.

Mary Allen, 8. S. Educdtion-Music, English, Socidl Science. Pi G4mma Mu, Sigma Sigmd Sigma.

Dele B. Driltmier, B. S. Chemistry-Physics, Mathematics, Science. S1 gma Tau Gammd.

William Bills, A. B. Mdthemdtics-Physics. Vice-president Student Senate, Alphd Phi Sigma, Y. M. C. A, Industrial Arts Club, H. S. U., S1gmd Mu Delta.

Eileen Elliolt, B. S. Home Economics-English. Kdppd Omicron Phi, Book Club, Residence Hall Council, Debate.

Carlyle Breckenridge, B. A. Business Administration-Economics. Student Senate, President Barkatze, Socidl Committee, Socidl Science: Club, lnterna­ tiondl Reldtions Club. Roy Brown, B. S. Physicdl Educdtion-lndustridl Arts, History. 8dsket 8dll, Track, H. S. U., "M" Club, ln­ dustridl Arts Club. Donald Leroy Broyles, B. S. Commerce-Mathemdtics. lntrdmurdls. Verne S. Campbell, B. S. Social Scie:nce:-Music. Tennis, Bdnd, Orchestrd, Chorus, Che:e:r­ leader, Growlers, Sigmd Mu Deltd. Velma Cass, B. S. Primdry Education-Music, English, Soci­ ology. Vice-president Freshman Cldss, President A. C. E., Green and White Peppers, President Residence Hall Bodrd, Chorus. Lorece Catterson, B. S. Socidl Science-Economics, English. President Socidl Science Club, Student Sen­ ate, President lnternationdl Relations Club, Alphd Phi Sigmd, Pi Gamma Mu, Y. M. C.A. Page 111


Marion E. Fender, A. B. Chemistry-History. Socidl Science Club, Secretdry International Reldtlons Club. William D. Francis, B. S. Commerce dnd Physical Education. "M" Club, Football, Track, Sigma Tau Gdl'M'.d. J. Pierce Gardner, B. S. Sociology and Socidl Science-English. Social Science Club, International Relations Club, "M" Club, Trdck, lntramurdls. Helen Gaugh, B. S. Music--Fine Arts. Chorus, Orchestrd, Art Club, Music Frd­ ternity, Pidno Recitals, Alphd Sigma Alpha. Vernon Green, B. S. Industrial Arts-Mathematics and Physical Educdtion. President Sophomore, Junior Classes, Presi­ dent and Vice-president Student SeMte, "M" Club, Football, Track, Basket Ball, Industrial Arts Club, Howard Ledch Medal 1935. Mary Anne Hamilton, A. B. English-Socidl Science. Northwest Missouridn Staff, Vdrsity Villdge:rs, Book Club.


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Mildred M. Henslee

Esther Hensleigh

Redding, lowd


Grdnt City

Hamburg, Iowa

Bldnchard, lowd

Veryl Humphrey

R•ymond H. Harris

George Hart111.n

Leland V. Hathaway

Madolyn Jackson

Marjorie N. Keyes

Donald King

Romaine Kious

Grdnt City


Grant City


Carroll, Iowa

Margaret Lanning

John Llddl•

Louise Lippman

Gower Mary Meadows

Pattonsburg George Nixon

Leon, Iowa

Maryville Gaylord Morrison

Eagleville Thelma Morris Pebley


Norma Ruth Logan

Marian Maloy



Redding, Iowa

Geraldine Myers

Herschel Neil

Paul Newby

Conway, low,1



Charles Pfander

Margaret Porter

Donald Reece

Burlington Juncli�


SavanMh Ill

Raymond H. Harris, B. S. Commerce: dnd Business Administrdtion­ Socidl Science:. Y. M. C. A., Northwest Missouridn Sports Editor. George Hartman, B. S. lndustridl Arts-Ge:ogrdphy. lndustridl Arts Club, Y. M. C. A., Growlers. Leland Heth1w1y, B. S. Business Admlnistrdllon-Mdthe:Mdtlcs Growlers. Mildred Marie Henslee, B. S. Music-English. Chorus, Girls' B4nd, Vdrsity Villdgers Coun­ cil, Y. W. C. A., Assistdnt Director Freshmdn Girls' Se:xte:tte:, Girls' Octe:tle. Esther Hensleigh, B. S. English-History. Chorus Socidl Science: Club, Book Club. Veryl Humphrey, B, S. Commerce: dnd Mdthemdtics-Socidl Science. 8drkdtze:. Medolyn Jackson, B. S. Comme:rce-Englflh. Marjori e Keyes, B. S. Home Economics-Chemistry dnd Commerce. Vdrsity Villdge:rs Council, Art Club, Vice· president Kdppd Omicron Phi. Donald A. King, B. S, Chemi$try-Mdthemdtics. Ne:wmdn Club, Northwest Missouridn Stdff. Romaine E. Kious, A. B. Biology-Chemistry. Footbdll, "M" Club. Margeret Lenning, B. S. Commerce-English.


Norm• Ruth Logan, B. S. Physicdl Educ<1tion-Geogrdphy dnd History, Green dnd White: Peppers, W. A. A. Board. Merlan Maloy, B. S. Music <1nd English-Mdthe:mdtics. Chorus, Alphd Phi Sigmd, Alphd Epsilon Psi, Gre:e:n and White: Peppers, Pdn-Helle:nic Council, Alphd Sigmd Alph.i. Mary Meadows, B. S. Music dnd Socidl Scie:nce:-English. Socidl Science Club, Residence: H.,11 Council, Alph<1 Phi Sigmd, Alphd Epsilon Psi, Orche:strd, Pdn•He:llenic Council, Chorus, Alphd Sigmd Alphd. Gaylord Morrison, B. S. A9riculture:-M<1themdtics, Ge:ne:rdl Science: ,md Music. Orchestr.i, Chorus, Bdnd, Y. M. C. A., A Cdpe:lld Choir. Geraldine E. Myers, B. S. Kinderg.irten dnd Primdry Educdtion. A. C. E., Chorus. Herschel Neil, B. S. Physicdl Educdtion, M<1the:mdtics. "M" Club, Tr<1ck, Footbdll, Bdske:t B411, Sigmd T<1u G<1mmd. P.ul Newby, A. B. Agriculture:. Srgmd T.iu Gdmmd. George Nixon, B. S. Commerce-Music. Student Se:ndte, Growler!, Orche:str<1, Chorus, Ddnce: 8dnd, Sigmd Mu De:ltd. Thelma Pebley, B. S. Home: Economics-English. Chorus, K4ppd Omicron Phi. Charles C. Pfander, B. S. Mathe:mdtics <1nd Chemistry-Physics. Growlers, Sigmd T.iu G<1mm<1.

John Liddle, A. B. end B. S. Chemistry dnd Physics-Mdthemdtics. Orche:strd1 Growlers, Chorus, Bdnd, Glee Club, lndustridl Arts Club, Sigmd Mu De:ltd.

Margaret Porter, B. S. Socidl Science. Tre:dsure:r Junior Cl<1ss, O'Neillidn Club, Writers Club, Socidl Science: Club, Vmity Vill<19ers, lnterndtiondl Re:l<1tions Club, Northwest Missouri<1n Stdlf.

Louise Lippman, B. S. Mdthe:mdtics. Student Se:n.ite:, Chorus, Y. W. C. A.

Donald Reece, B. S. Socidl Science-Mdthe:m<1tic:s. Socidl Science: Club, lntrdmurdls.


Grace K. Reed Maryville

Howard Ringold Hopkins

Henry Robinson Kingston

Olin D. Schmidt Grdhdm

Paul F. Scott Maryville:

Mary Shoemaker Wins.ton

Chesler Smith St. Joseph

William Somerville M.4ryville

James Stephen-ton MMyville

Frances Stuart Mdryville

Lois Utterback Brim-sott

Elbebeth Ut� St. Joseph

Ludmila Vavra St. Joseph

Walter 0. Wede Mdryville

Alberta Williams Hepburn, Iowa

Chandis Wilson King C1ty

Harold Wilson Skidmore

Clara Ellen Wolfe Grant City

Dorothy Wort Braddyville, low�

Elizabeth Wright Fdirfdx

POST GRADUATES Justin 0. King C.smeron

Virgil T. Yates Beth�ny

Grace K. Reed, 8. S. Music-Fine Arts. Alphd Epsilon Psi, Chorus, A Cdpelld Choir, Fine Arts Club, Y. W. C. A. Howard Ringold, 8. S. lndustridl Arts-Mdthemdtlcs. Henry Samuel Robinson, 8. S. Music-Mdthemdtics. H. S. U.1 Chorus, Tower Stc>ff, Alpha Epsilon Psi, Y. M. C. A. Olin D. Schmidt, 8. S. Socidl Scierice-Mdthematics. Social Science Club. Paul F. Scott, 8. S. Agriculture-lndustridl Arts. Tr<1ck, Y. M. C. A., "M" Club. Mary Shoemaker, 8. S. Home Eco11omics-En91ish ,md Art. Secretary Kdppa Omicron Phi, Secretdry Resi­ dence Hdll, Residence Hdll Council. Chester Lee Smilh, B. S. Socidl Science-History. Vice-president S19md Mu Deltd, Growlers. William D. Somerville, 8. S. Music-English and History. Chorus, Orchestra, Bdnd, Student Senate, Varsity Oudrtette, President Alpha Epiilon Psi. J11mes M. Stephenson, A. 8. Mdthemdtics-Chemistry and Biology. Student Senate, Men's Glee Club, Chorus, Bdrkdtze, Y. M. C. A., A Capella Choir, Sigmd Tau Gdmma, Editor 1936 Tower. Frances R. Stuart, 8. S. lritermedidte Educdtion-Physicd Education, English, Mathemdtics. Varsity Villdgers.

Ludmila Vavra, B. S. Kindergarten dnd Primdry Education Social Science, English, Home Economics. Residence: Hdll Couricil, Green and White Peppers, Socidl Committee, Tewer Staff, Most Popular Junior G,rl 1936, O"Neil­ lidns, Junior Prom Chdirman, A. C. E., Alpha Sigmd Alpha. Walter Wade, B. S. Mathematics-General Science. Barkatze, Y. M. C. A., Chairman lntrdmur<1I Commission, lndustridl Arts Club, North­ west Mmourian Stdff. Alberta Williams, B. S. Home Economics-English dnd Chemistry. W. A. A., President Kappa Omicron Phi, Vanity Villagers Chandis Wilson Business Admiriil,trdtion. "M"" Club, Trdck. Harold Wilson Commerce-Mdthematics. Sigmd Mu De:ltd. Clara Ellen Wolfe, B. S. Mdthematics-General Stience, President Alpha Phi Sig111.t, Chairman Soc,ol Committee, W. A. A., Band, Alpha Sigmd Alpha. Dorothy Gray Wort, B. S. Primary Educdtio11-Music1 E119lish1 Physical Educdtion. Green and White Peppers, A. C. E., W. A. A., Alphd Sigma Alphd. Elizabeth Wright, B. S. Commerce-Eng1ish. Barkatze, Y. W. C. A., Phi Omegd Pi, O'Neillidn Club, W. A. A., Northwest Miuouridn Staff. POST GRADUATES

Lois Utterback, 8. S. Primary Education. Bdrkdtze, A. C. E., S1gmd Sigmd Sigma.

Justin O. King, B. S. Physicdl Educatiori-Mathemdtics. Editor Northwest Missourid11 1 Honordry Member "M"' Club, Treasurer Newmari Club.

Elizabeth Utz, B. S. Home Economics-Social Science. Residence Hall Council, Social Committee, Treasurer Kappd Omicron Phi, O"Neillians, Alphd Sigma Alpha.

Virgil Yates, A. B. end B. S. English, Socidl Science, Economics. O'Neillidn Dramdtic Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, Socidl Science Club, Sigma Mu Deltd.

Pagt IZJ

John Zuchowski

Frederick Schneider

Mary Peek

Clara Llpplllt1'

Josephine Aber

SL Jo�eph





Margaret Adami

Jo Allhon

Helen Ruth Barker

Lucy Mae Benson

Sally Bonham

St. Joseph


Gr.,nt City

St. Louis

St. Joseph

Eula Bowen

Sue Brown

Marilin Burr

Leslie Carlson

Catherine Carlton




Essex, Iowa

Bedford, Iowa

Don H. Cofer

Bruce Coffman

John B. Cox

Roberta G. Crais

Ru Creighton


Forest City


William H. Davis

Frances Daugherty

Thelma Du�e.n




Bolckow Mary Lee Eisen bar!Jer Mdrtinsville

Coffey Marjorie Epp.rd Maryville

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Harland Farrar Maryville

Vesper Farrens Clarinda, Iowa

Lloyd L. Flandcn Came:ron

Susan Flerning Grahc!m

Elliott Fodtf Edgerton

Beulah J. Frerichs Fairfax

Buford Garner Winston

Edward Geyer Graham

Dorothy Graham Creston, Iowa

Paul W. Gtefl!e Fairfax

Hubert Hadorn Savannc!h

Alice M. Hanna Picke:rin9

Mary HaTMott Roiendale

Edwudena J. Harrison Burlington Junction

Donald H. Hepburn Hopkins

Eleanor Hunt Bre:cke:nrid 9e

Harry L. Irvine Fairfdx

Beatrice Leeson Maryville

Helen Leet Maryville

Jarnes S. HitchcoC:c Clarinda, Iowa Arnbrose M. Jennings Stanberry


Unity Hixinbaugh Creston, Iowa Marian Kirk Hopkins

Harl Holt Maryville: Mary 0. Kirkharn Colle:9e Springs Iowa

Margaret Libbe

Mdryville Josephine Nash

Red 0dk, lowd J. K. Phipps

Grant City Durine Riddle

Leon, Jowd Helen Shipman

Mound City

Mary Louise Lyle


Ralph M. N•wby

Lucille Mason

Princelon Betty Noblet



Robert Phipps

Elizabeth Planck

Maryville Glenn Rou�

Princeton Donald Sipes


Beth,1rw Gerald B. Rowan

Maryville Glenna Louise Smith

St. Joseph

Bonnie McFall

Smithville Robert E. Paul

Ralph Morrow

Pldttsburg Harold E. Penwell

Bedford, lowd

New Mdrket, Iowa

Charles A. Plowman

Mary L. Powell



Marjorie Schneider

Kathryn Schulte


St. Joseph

Esther M, Spring

Zerita Taylor

Mound City

Mt. Moriah

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Eldon Thompson Clarinda, Iowa

Edwin T. Tyson Skidmore

Mary Alic:e Tyson Skidmore:

Turn er Tyson Skidmore:

Rosalyn Venric:k Smithville:

Darryl N. Wagoner Gilman City

Miller Weeda Maryville

Gua Williams Maryville:

Ira Glen Williamson Elmo

Edith Wilson Oregon

Walter C. Wilson Maryville:

Garth A. Sharp



Jackson A. Wright


Ethel Hester

Mound City

Dolores Messner



Sorenus L. Adams

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Nadine Allen

Kellerton, Iowa Peul Allen



Clarice Alli.on



Wilmer Alliw,r,



Dorothy Dale Anderson


r e s

Raymond Beedle


Arlene Birdsell


Mery Ann Bovard


Robert Bowles


Ilene Boyd


Mynatt Breidenthal


Lester Brewer


Elizabeth Sue Broderick


Curtis Chambers Burlington Junction

Emma Je,n Corington

Nadean Clay King City

Clifton Cox

Margaret Coates Elmo

Charles Curry

Ruth Cofer fdirfaic Loraine Conrad Mdryville Bartlette Cook Mdryvillc


Mdryville Parnell

Dorothy Dalbey

Burl,ngton Junction Maxine Daniel


Fred E. Davidson


Guy Davis


Homer V. Dickerson

Walter C. Brown, Jr.


Ade Burch



Margaret Donelson

Rosalie Busby

Janice Dougan

Mary Virginia Bush


Lenox, lowc1

Wynn Duncan

Lineville, lowc1 John Carl Dun!.p fdirfdx

Mc1ryville fdirfc1x

Ralph Carmlchul


Sidney Melvin Carttt


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Mildred Elliott Edgerton


Virgil L. Elliott 8drndrd Helen L. Estep Union Stdr Harold E. Farmer SdVdnndh


Marjorie L. Farmer Cdmbrid, lowc1

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Rebecca Foley Gdlldtin

Helen Ford St. Joseph


Vivien Fordyce Blockton, lowd


Dwight E. Gates Cledrmont


Esth u K. Gates Brdddyville, lowt

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Vera M. Gales Mdryville Gr,ce Geer Coin, lowd

Edward V. Gickling Richmond Willis Go1a Mounds, Illinois Mu Grirfith Shdrpsburg, low,5 Beulah Harman Mdryville Ethelyn Harris New Mdrket, Iowa Charles Dale Hartley Sdvdnndh


D. Harvey Grc1hdm

W. L. Hutchinson Mdryville

Helen Kyle Grdhdm

Ruth E. Long Bedford, lewd

Vesta Helier 8drndrd

Lucy Mee Jones Hdle

Margaret Kyle Graham

Bill Maloy Redding, Iowa

Doris Dee Hiles Burlington Junction

Nydra Jorgenson Bdrndrd

Elaine Lenning Rosenddle

Bernice Marlatt Cameron

Eugene Hill Cdlhoun

Mu E. R. Keiffer M,nyv1llie

Maurine Lepley Maloy, lowd

Betty Marshall Weston

William Hindman Fdirfox

Allan Kelso Grant City

Hu:el Lewis Pldttsbl.lrg

Leonard E. Martin Guilford

Fred Hornbuckle Bdrndrd

Ralph Knepper Skidmore

John A. Lier[y Gilmdn Oty

Wanda Martin Allenddle

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J. Durwood Maxted Tabor, lowd Lois McCartney Rock Port


Mary McCollum New Hdmpton Charles McConnell Mdryville:


Mary Jo McGee H,mis

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Beverly McG!nneu B,Hndrd Ralph B. Merritt Skidmore:


Margaret J. Miller Fairldx


Robert R. Mille, Burlington Junction Gerald Mitchell Maryville:


Mildred L. Mb1 Amity

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Helen Morehouse Hopkins Genevee Kea Murren Brilddyvitle, Iowa Wilma Myers Turney Irene Nelson Barnard Jean L. Nickel Maryvllle Loyd Oliver Guilford Thelma Patrick Be:th�ny Marie Peetoom RidgewdY

Loretta Reimer Cl,mfield, lowd

Billy Shadwick Rock Port

Donald Spratt Weston

Paul Bernard Richards Oregon Margie Lou Roach St. Joseph Vivian Ross Rdvenwood Ruth E. Sampson Albdny Mary Schmeling Atchison, Kttns.;s

Georgia R. Shelton Ouitmdn

Pauline Stockwell Forest City

Richard Shrout Cdlhoun

Paul R. Strohm M.,ryville

Virginia Sifers Richmond

Alyce Marie Sturm Maryville:

Mary Martha Peterson Edgerton

Myron F. Simerly St. Joseph

Henry Swift Grdnt City

Forrest Petree Savdnn11h

Ferne Sims Allenddle:

La Donna Swiber Grdnt City

Gail Powell Hdtfie:ld

Mona M. Pennington Kidder Paul Person Mdryville:

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John S. Tebor Kedrney


Rebecce Teylor Mdryville Robert Teylor Grdvity, Iowa Phyllis Thom111 Pdrnell


William Thomes Parnell

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Elizabeth Turner 8drnard

0 Emma Lee Vence Smithville Edward Vogel Tipton Meudeen Wallcer Holt Ed Wellec:e, Jr. Mdryville: Lorene Wanner lock Springs Charles Waterman Mounds, Illinois

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Jim Wells Maryville Nancy Westem Maysville Betty A. White Whitesville Kathryn Wieser Bedford, Iowa Frances Woodburn Maryville


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Merrill Ostrua Washington, low.i Francis Stubba Fillmore

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Mery Ellen Williams Gilbert H. Brown Jameson


Edger R. Abbott Union Star Ferne Adams Maryville

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Relph Adams New Market Frances Ambrose Conception Junction


Roy Arnold Shawnee, Oklahoma

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Derrell B•ll Stew.,rtsville Lee E. Barber Burlington Junction Mebel Addie Barrett Skidmore Lane Bartlett Bethany Mary Frances Berrock Maryville Olgalee Be•I Frances Eliu beth Bean King City Earlene Beggs Guilford Sue Bell Fort Smith, Arkc1M,U Frances BloomAeld Faucett

Mabel E. Bradley Redding, Iowa

Doroth• Certer New Hampton

Hannah Lou Bennett Maryville

Irene Bohnenblust Pc1 ttonsbur9

Alben W. Bret Bonnots Mill Owen Brown Allendc1le Billy Brunk Tarkio Ruth Merie Burch Maryville Beuleh Pauline Cempbell 5dv.innah

Margeret Carter Burlington Junction

Mary Margeret Bentle:y Plattsburg Cethryn Bermond Amity Lynn Bickett Farrc19ut, low.i Alice Bilby Skidmore Glade B. Bilby Ouitman

Dolores Bolin Plc1ttsbur9 John Bond Sheridan Virginie Bosch Maryville ThomH W. Boyd Forest City

Cherles M. C1nav1n Weston Edward N. Cestle Wheeling Nine Christopher Gilman City Charles Churchill Bedford, Iowa

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Helen Jeanne Collins Pic�e:ring LIiiian Combs Corning Rex Copeland King City

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Chalmer Corington Mdryville Ursle Crockett, Jr. Mdryville Annelle Crouse Mdryville: Florence Darnell New Hdmpton William E. Devis DeKalb Robert Denton Richmond


Jean Dykes King City


Allen Elliott St. Jo,eph


J. C. Elliott Stewa rtsvi IIe Marjorie L. Ellsworth Burlington Junction Georgetta Everett Cdmden Point Doris B. Fanning Mdryville Wilma Fannon 8drndrd Carl L. Fink Oregon Marjorie M. Fisher Mdryville Willard L. Ford Mdryville Mildred Frnier 8drnard Vivien Froyd Villiscd, lowd Archie Gardner Winond Ouentin Geyer Mdryville Jean Ellubeth Gibson Blanchdrd

Elizebeth Glenn Tarkio Gene Gowing Shendndodh, lowd Violet Greaves Gower Dale Hackett Burlington Junction George Hamilton M.,ryville M•hlon S. H•milton, Jr. Maryville

William F. Haning, Jr. Sidney, low" Chester Hanna Pickering Martha Gene Harmon Rosenddle Addlson B. Hartman Mdryville Mary Margeret Hartness Hopkins Kenneth Harper Fort Mor9dn, Colorddo

Herbert Hawthorne Stdnberry Orio Hawk Pdrne:11 Frank Hayes St. Joseph Cary Haynes Richmond Eddie Holland Turney Rey Holloway Virden, Illinois

Alfred J. Howell Columbus, Georgia

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Ruth Henning Mound City Rev• Lee Herbert Oregon R. Maxine Hise Ge:ntrY

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Ruth Houston Hopkins Nora Belle Inman Hopkins Lorene Jennen Hatfield Hershel Jennings Stanberry


Robert Newton Jennings Stdnbe:rry

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Betty Lee Jones Hale: Eliubelh Jones Whe:e:ling June Jones Wheeling Lowell Jones Stewartsville: Helen Ida Kariker Ne:w Hdmpton Leonie Kelley Hamilton Lurette Ruth Kemerling Tdrkio June Kidwell Mdrtinsville: Raymond Kinder Mdryvillc

Mery Vir9lni1 Lewis Nashua

Eliubeth Matheny Westboro

William Met� Wiotd, Iowa

Inez Love Weston

Mulne McClur9 Pickering

Allene Meyc:, Oregon

Nadene Milone Cledrmont

Betty McGee Harris

Charles Myers 8rdyme:r

Bill Kirkham College: Springs, Iowa

Add1h Lee Markt Oregon

Ailene McGuire Fortescue:

Jewell L. Myers Kidder

Dorothy M. Lackey Burlington Junction

Miriam Martin Maryville:

Etta McMullin St. Joseph

Gladys Miller St. Joseph

Ome9• D. Lanon Bedford, Iowa

Clarence Metheny Wettboro

Wilbertl Means Fdirfa><

Lois Miller Grant City

Doris Laurence Dearborn

Max V. Kirkbride Ravenwood

Rechel Miller Parnell Virginie Deen Miller Grant City


Virginie Milliken Corning, Iowa

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Robert Mitchell Skidmore: Lois Moore New Hampton Rolle Moore Richmond Mery Frances Morell Hubbard, Ohio


Martha G. Mumford Pickering


Wayne Murphy Winston Billy 0. Musser Weatherby


Marian Nally Blythe:ddle: Esther Nicholas Burlington Junction Marjorie Nicholas Maryville: Ruthanne Noel Stanberry Mary Kathryn Null Pickering Marianna Obermiller Jdckson Hilfred Olson Esse:lC, Iowa Virginia Page Bedford, Iowa June Patchin Edgerton

Glee Powell Alle:nddle:

Marjorie Perry Mound City

Ruby Reed Elmo

Moine Prewitt Edgerton Ferne Pollard Kellerton, Jowd Eliz:e Ellen Porter Maryville: James Powell Stewartsville: l'aďż˝, JJJ

Edwina Marie Rhoades Rosendale Norma Jiran Ripley Maryville: Virginia Robertson Graham Wilma Francis Robertson Fillmore:

Mildred Robinson Kellerton, Iowa

Jean J. Schnelder Stanberry

Ruth Rosenbohm Graham

James Scott

Stanley Ross Ravenwood

Clyde R. Seelinger Butler

lrilene Rowe Redding, Iowa

Nore Sheets Blythedale:

Haul Sallee Ridgeway

August Sherman 8drndrd

fyanna Saundtďż˝ Ste:warhville:

Doris E. Shields Maitland

Fern Siaughter Ridgew.ty Lowell Deane Slonecker Trenton Margaret Smith Galldtin Richard Lee Spahr Mechdnicsburg, Penmylvanid Doris Stafford ConwcSy, lowd Margaret Stafford Ti!rkio L. Keith Stoner Ridgewdy Louise Straight Blockton, Iowa Amelia Strohm McSryville Doris Stubbs Fillmore Mary Helen Swinford Burlington Junction Phyllis Teylor Grdham Kathleen Thomas Redding, Iowa Edith Thompson Bedford, Iowa Paul W, Tracy Hubbdrd, Ohio Mary Turner Pattonsburg Marcil Tyson Skidmore Mildred Umbargff Fairfdx Louise Wenner Lock Springs

Lucille Wenstrand Essex, lowd

Portie Wilson New Mdrket, lowd

Fern Vnghn Lawson

Belle Werd Hdmilton

David White Maysville

Margaret Wyett R01enddle

Peggy Jo Wertlg Hdmilton

Maxie L. White l<ing City

Vida Mae Yates Shenandoah, Iowa

Neil Weary Cainsville

Jennie WhitReld Maysville

Elsie Zimmerman Savdnnah

Martha Weaver Tabor, lowa

Frances Williams Hopkins

C. V. Wells Rdvenwood

Merion Williams Maryville

Patricia Venable Rdvenwood Jane Vogt Stdnberry Eudore Margaret Weldeltt Pdrnell Mildred Walker Lenox, Iowa Pauline Welkup Bedford, Iowa Poie 1.H

Out· Last Utteranee The fina I page of the T ewer has been sent to press. Our tired hands drop nervously from the glue brush and paper cutter. This littered office no longer echoes with the clatter of long-droning typewriters. No longer are we haunted with time limits and discount dates --The 1937 Tower is done. Producing the Tower has not been without its glorifying incidents. Campus leaders, "snapshot fiends", and others who longed for places of honor in this publication, approached us with an aspiring look in March, only to give us frigid glances at the end of May. Students, whose identifica­ tions were misspelled or whose pictures were left out, have made serious accusations, but we have managed to remain alive and intact--We mean, as intact as anyone who produces an annual, can be. We have done our utmost to prevent errors, so please remember that our mistakes were not intentional in any sense of the word. Some people are born crazy, others are temporarily insane, and others just edit a yearbook. You now hold the product of one year's efforts and persisting endeavors of one of the most "true blue" staffs with which any editor has had the pleasure of associating. Few people can realize the hours of labor that are utilized in presenting even one page of this book. We wish to extend our most sincere thanks to our staff; Justin 0. King; Mr. Harvey Tripp of the Burger-Baird Engraving (ompany; Mr. Joe Cockrill of the Midland Printing Company; and Mr. Roy Ferguson, our Faculty Guide. In fact we wish to thank everyone that has helped us in any way, and, last but not least-we thank the Lord that it is finished. The 1937 Tower is done.

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Tow-e1• Index Administrdtive Officers-19. Alph., Phi Sigmd-28,79. Alphd Sigmd Alphd-32, 84. A. C. E.-29, BO. Art Club-36, 83. Bands-37. 8drk.,tze-57,98. 8dsket B.,11-47-50, 93. Bedrkdtldx-99-105. Bodrd of Regents-16. Cheer ledders· 56, 97. Chorus-38. Debdte-30,81. Faculty-108-114. Faculty Council-19. Fedtures-58-71. Football-43-46, 92. Freshmen-130-134. Golf-54, 95. Green and White Peppers-56,97. H. S. U.-30, 81. lnter-Frdternity Council-21,75. Intramural Commission-55,96. Juniors-122-125. K"PP." Omicron Phi-36,83. "'M' Club-42,91. Northwest Missouridn-25,76. O'Neillidn Dramatic Club-31, 82. Orchestrd-38. Pan-Hellenic Council-21, 75. Pi Gdmma Mu-26, 77. Pi Omeg" Pi-26, 77. Pirates of Penzance-65. Residence H.,11 Bodrd- 21, 74. Seniors-116-121. Sigmd Mu Delta-34, 86. Sigmd Sigmd Sigma-33,85. Sigmd Tdu Gdmmd-35, 87. Smdll Music Groups-39. Social Science and lnternationdl Reldtions Club-27,78. Sophomores-126-129. Student Sendte:-20, 74. Tennis-54 95. Tower Stdft'-24, 76. Trdck-51-53, 94. W. A. A.-55, 96. Y. M. C. A.-28, 79.

Faculty - Alexdnder, Dr. Henry M.-26, 35, 108. Anthony, Dr. F. R....:.....19,108. Anthony, Hettie M.-19, 36,108. Baldwin, R. E.-19. Bowman, Estella-1OB. Brumbaugh,Lucille-19. Burns, Hazel-108. Cauffield, A. J.-26, 108. Colber.!, George H.-108. Cook, 1. H.-7, 26, 108. Cooper, A. H.-19, 109. Crahc,n, Helen-109. Davis, E. A.-35, 42,46,109. Deluce, Olive S.-36,109. Dieterich, H. R.-34, 109.

Dildine, Dr. Hdrry G.-26,27,28, 109. Dow, Dr. Blanche-109. Durban, Dr. S. A.-34,109. Dykes, Mdttie M.-110. Fentress, Alline-110. Ferguson,Roy-19, 35. Fisher, Mary M.-110. Foster, Dr. Henry A.-26, 110. Franken, Kc,therine-110. Franken, Margaret-110. Garrett, Hubert-26,110. Gdrrett, William T. -34, 110. Gauldin, T. A.-19. Haggerty,Helen-56, 111. Hc,ke, Dr. J. W.-19, 111. Helwig, Katherine-111. Hopkins, Carrie-111. Horsfdll,Dr. Frdnk, Jr.-111, Hudson, Nell-19, 33. Irvine, LdVerne E.-19, 111. Jc,mes, Minnie 8.-26, 111. Keith, Mary E.-111. Kelly, Dr. Joseph P.-26, 30, 31,112. Kerr, Marian-112. L'air,Rdmona Lucille-112. Ldmkin, Pres. Uel W.-17,19. Logdn, Eileen-31, 33,112. Lowery, Dr. Mdrgaret Ruth-112, Mehus, Dr. 0. Myking-19, 26, 27, 28, 112, Miller, Dean J. C.-18,19. Millikdn, Chloe-19, 29,112. Painter,Dr. Annd M.-19,112. Phillips, Homer T.-19,57, 113. Rickenbrode,W. A.-19. Sayler, Norvel-18, 19, 35,113. Schuster, H. N.-113. Smith, Dord 8.-113. Somerville,Leslie G.-26, 113. Stalcup, Wilbur-35, 42, 46, 52,113. Stephenson,Mdrgdret-1B, 19. Surrey, Sterling-34,113. Sutton, Margdret-29, 113. v.,lk, D. N.-35,114. V11!drs, Ruth-19, 30. Wd99oner1- Mari.,n-28,32,55,114. Wells, C. 1:.-19, 26. White,Elizabeth-114. Wigell,Cl.,re-34,114. Wright,R. T.-35, 114. Pagt JJ8

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\Vo111e11 Aber, Jose:phine:-122. Acklin, Lold-36, 116. Addms, Fe:rne:-130. Addms, Mdrgdre:t-57 122. Addms, Mdry Elizdbeth-201 26, 28, 32, 116. Alle:11, Mdry E.-26, 33, 116. Allen, Nddine:-31, 126. Allison, Cldrice:-126. Allison, Jo-122. Ambrose:, Frdnce:s -130. Anderson, Dorothy Ddle:-126. Bdrke:r, Helen Ruth-27, 31, 122. Bdrtle:tt, Ldne:-130. Bdrre:tt Mdble:-130. Bdrrock, Mdry Frdnce:s-55, 130. Bdue:r, Louise:-30. Bedl, Olgdle:e:-130. Be:dn, Frdnces-130. Be:�gs, Edrle:ne:-33, 130. Bell, Sue-36, 130. Bennett, Hannah Lou-130. Benson, Lucy Mae:-32, 55, 56, 122. Bentley, Mdry Margare:t-36, 130. Be:rmond Cathryn-130. Bilby, A (ice:-130. Birdsell, Arle:ne-36, 126. Bloomfield, France:s-130. Bohnenblust, lrene:-29, 32, 57, 130. Bolin, Dolore:s-32, 56, 130. Bonham, Sally-29, 57, 122. Bosch, Virginia-57, 130. Bovard, Mdry Ann-24, 25, 32, 56, 126. Bowen, Eula-25, 57, 122. Boyd, lle:ne-28, 126. Bradley, Mable: E.-64, 130. Broderick, Elizabeth Sue-126. Brown, Sue:-29, 57, 122. Burch, Ada-126. Burch, Ruth Marie-33, 130. Burr, Mdrian-36, 122. Busby, Rosalie-126, Bush, Mdry Virginia-311 126. Campbell, Beulah P.-130. Carlton, Cathe:rine-241 26, 122. Carter, Dorotha-130. Carter, Mdrgdre:t-130. Cass, Ve:lmd-21, 29, 116. Christopher, Nina-130. Clay, Nade:dn-126. Coates, Margare:t-126. Cofer, Ruth-126. Collins, He:le:n J.-131. Combs, Lillian-55, 57, 131. Conrdd, Loraine:-126. Corington, Emma Jean-31, 32, 55, 126. Crdi9, Robe:rta-122. Crouse:, Avanelle:-131. Dalbey, Dorothy-36, 126. Daniel, Maxine:-33, 57, 126. Darnell, Florence-131. Daugherty, France:s-25, 122. De:Pe:w, Dorothd-116. Pore JJIJ

Donelson, Mdrgdre:t 36, 126. Dougan, Janice:-126. Dowden, Dorothy-116. Duncdn1 Merce:des-57. Duncdn, The:lma--26, 28, 31, 122. Dykes, Je:dn-131. Eise:nbdrge:r, Mary Lee: 33, 122. Elliott, Eileen-30, 116. Elliott, Mildre:d-32, 127. Ellsworth, Mdrjorie: l.-131. Eppdrd, Marjorie:-28, 31, 36, 122. Estep, Helen- 27, 30, 31, 127. Everett, Ge:orge:tta-131. fdnnin91 Doris 8.-131. Fannon, Wilma-131. Fdrmer, Marjorie:-26, 55, 127. Fdrrens, Vesper 36, 123. Fisher, Mdrjorie:-29, 31, 131. Fleming, Susdn-31, 123. Foley, Re:be:cca-31, 56, 127. Ford, He:len-27, 57, 127. Fordyce:, Vividn-28, 31, 127. Frdzier, Mildre:d-131. French, Mildred -57. Frerichs, Beuldh-31, 57,123. Froyd, Vivie:n-131. Gates, Esther K.-127. Gates, Verd M.-28, 127. Gaugh, He:le:n-32, 36, 116. Greer, Grdce:-27, 127. Gibson, Jean E.-131. Glenn, Elizdbe:th -31, 131. Grahdm, Dorothy-36, 55, 123. Gre:dves, V,olet-131. Hdmilton, Mary Anne-25, 27, 63, 116. Hdnnd, Alice:-123. Hdrmdn, Be:uldh-127. Harmon, Martha G.-57, 131. Hdrmon L Mary-36, 123, Harris, tthe:lyn-31, 127. Harrison, Edwdrde:na-33, 57, 123. Hartne:ss !V\dry M.-131. 1 Helzer, Ve:std-29, 127. Henning, Ruth-132. Henslee:, Mildre:d-118. Hensle:igh, Esthe:r-118. Herbert, Reva Le:e-132. Hester, Ethel-21, 26, 57, 126. Hiles, Doris Dee:-28, 33, 57, 127. Hise:, Maxine:-132. Hixinbdugh, Unity-55, 123. Holmes, Martha May-25, 116. Houston, Ruth-132. Hunt, Ele:anor-29, 33, 123. Jackson, Madolyn-118. Janssen, Lore:ne-132. Jones, Betty Le:e-132. Jones, Elizdbe:th-132. Jones, June-132. Jones, Lucy Mae:-127. Jorgenson, Nydra-127. Kdricker, Helen lda-132. Kelly, Le:onia-132. Kemerling, Luretta Ruth-132.

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Ke:nddfl Doris-29, 56. Keyes, Mdrjorie: N.-36, 118. Kidwell,June:-29, 132. Kirk, Mdrion-32, 123. Kirkhdm, Mdry 0.-31, 123. Kyle:, He:len--127. Kyle:,Mdrgdre:t-127. Lackey, Dorothy M.-132. Ldnning, Elaine-127. Ldnning, Mdrgdre:t-118. Ldrson, Ome:gd D.-132. Ldurence, Doris-132. Leeson, Bedtrice-21, 29,33, 55, 57, 123, Leet, Helen-26, 57, 123. Lepley,Mdurine:-55, 57, 127. Lewis, Hdzel-32,127. Lewis, Mdry Virginid-132. Ubbe, Mdriwet-124. Lippmdn, Clara-122. Lippmdn, Louise -118. Logdn, Normd Ruth-55, 56, 11B. Long,Ruth E.-127. love, lnez-132. Lyle, Mdry louise-32, 36, 56, 124. McCdrtney, lois-33, 57, 60, 128, McClurg, Mdxine-132. McCollum, Mdry-28, 128. McFd!I, Bonnie-55, 56,124. McGee, Betty-33,36, 132. McGee, Mdry Jo-33,36, 55, 128. McGinness, Be:ve:rly-36, 128. McGuire, Ailene-132. McMullin, Ettd-31, 132. Mdlone,Nadene-132. Mdloy, Maridn-21,2B, 32, 56, 118. Marlott, Bernice-127. Martin, Miridm-132. Mdrtin, Wdndd-127. Mdrkt, Add"h lee:-132, MdrShdll, Be:tty-56, 127. Mdson, Lucille:-21,57, 124. Mdtheny1 Elizdbeth-36,132. Meadows, Mdry-21, 27, 28,32, 118. Medns, Wilbe:rtd-33, 132. Messner, Dolores-20, 29, 32, 56, 126. Meyer, Allene-132. Miller, Glddys-27, 55,57, 132. Miller, Lois-132. Miller, Margdret 1.-128. Miller, Rdchel-133. Miller, Virslnid Dedn-133. Millike:n 1 Virginid-29, 33, 133. Nix, Mildred L.-128. Moore, Lois-133. Morehouse:, Het e:n-128. Morell, Mdry Frdnce:s-133. Mumford, Marthd G.-133. Murren, Ge:ne:vee-128. Myers, Ge:raldine:-29, 118. Mye:ri, Wilma-27, 28, 128. N"IIY,Maridn-133. Nash, Jose:phine:-21, 124. Nelson, lre:ne:-128. Nicholas, father-133. Nicholas, Mdrjorie-133.

Noblet, Be:tty-124. Noel,Ruthdnnd-133. Null, Mdry Kdthryn-33. Obermiller,Mdridnnd-27,55,56, 133, Olson, Hilfre:d-133. Pdge:, Virginia-36,133. Pdtchin, June:-27,133. Patrick, Thelmd-24, 31,32, 128. Pebley, The:lma-25, 36,118. Peck,Mdrr-21, 33,36, 122. Peetoom, Mdrie:-128. Pennington, Mond-128. Perry, Marjorie:-32, 56,133, Peterson Mdry Marthd-128. pJ.,nck, Elizdbeth-21, 29, 32, 124. Pollard, Fe:rne-133. Porter, Elizd Ellen-133. Porter Mdrgdre:t-27, 31,118. Powe: (I,Gdil-12B. Powell, Mdry L.-29, 62,124. Prewitt, Maxine:-31, 32, 133. Reed, Grace:--36, 120. Re:e:d, Ruby-133. Reimer, Lore:ttd-25, 128. Rhoddes Edwina-133. Riddle:, Durine:-57, 124. Ripley, Normd Je:dn-55,56,64, 133. Rodch, Mdrgie: Lou-57, 128. Robertson, Virginia-133. Robertson, Wilma-133. Robinson,Mildre:d-57, 133. Rose:nbohm, Ruth-28, 133. Ross, Vivian-28, 128. Rowe, lrile:ne:-27, 133. Sdllee, Hazel·-133. Sdmpson,Ruth-27, 128. Sdunde:rs,Fydnnd-133. Schmeling, Mary-BO, 128. Schneider, Marjorie-31, 55, 124. Schulte:, Kathe:rine:-31, 124. Sheets, Nora-31, 133. Shelton, Georg_ia-128. Shields, Doris E.-133. Shipman, He:le:n-124. Shoemaker, Mdry-21,36, 64, 120. Sims,Fe:rne:-128. Sifers 1 Virg_inia-24,32, 56,128. Slaughter,Fe:rn-133. Smith, Gle:nnd Louise:-33,57, 64,124, Smith, Mdrgare:t-56, 134. Spring, Esthe:r-55, 124. Stafford, Doris-134. Stafford, Margare:t-33,134. Strdight, Louise:-32, 134. Strohm, Amelid-134. Stockwell, Pduline:-128. Studrt, France:,-120. Stubbs, lris-134. Sturm Alyce:-56, 128. Swinford Mdry He:le:n-33, 134. Switzer, laDonnd-36, 128. Tdylor,Phyllis-134. Tdylor,Rebecca-28, 29, 129. Tdylor, Zeritc1-36, 124. Thomas, K<1thleen-27,32, 57,134,

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Thomds, Phyllis-31, 129. Thompson Edith-134. Trumdn, Nord Belle-132. Turner, Elizdbeth-29, 61, 129. Turner, Mdry-28, 32, 57, 134. Tyson, Mdrcia-134. Tyson, Mdry Alice 125. Umbarger, Mildred-134. Utterback lois-29, 331 57, 120. Utz, Elizd beth-31, 32 1 36, 120. Vdnce, Emmd Lee-129. Vdughn, Fern-134. Vdvrd, Ludmila-29, 32, 120. Vendble, Pdtricid-134. Venrick, Rosdlyn-29, 56, 125. Vogt, Jdne-32, 56, 134. Wdldeier, Eudord M.-134. Wdlker, Mdudeen-129. Wdlker, Mildred-134. Wdlkup, Pduline-27, 33, 134. Wdnner, Lorene-129. Wdnner, Louise-27, 134. Wdrd, Belle-134. Wdrtig, Peggy Jo-31, 55, 134. Wedver, Mdrthd-57, 134. Wenstrdnd, Lucille-57, 134. Western, Ndncy-129. White, Betty A.-33, 128. White, Md)(ie-134. Whitfield, Jennie- 134. Wieser, Kdth ryn-129. Willidms, Albertd-36, 120. Willidms, Frances-134. Willidms, Gdrd-30, 36, 57, 125, Willidms, Mdrion-134. Willidms, Md ry Ellen-31, 33, 130. Wilson, Edith-36, 125. Wilson, Portid-28, 32, 134. Wolfe, Cldrd Ellen-28, 32, 120. Woodburn, Frdnces-28, 36, 129. Wort 1 Dorothy Grdy-29, 32, 55, 56, 120. • Wright, Elizdbeth-25, 26, 55, 57, 120. Wyatt, Mdrgdret-134.

Zimmermdn, Elsie:-134.

Students - - Men Abbott, Edgdr R.-27, 130. Addms, Rdlph-35, 130. Addms, Sorenus-52, 126. Allen, Kenneth-46. Allen, Pdul-126. Allison, Wilmer-28, 126. Almquistc.. lrwin-42, 45, 56. Arnold, t<oy-130. Bdker, Frdnk-46, 52. Bdll, Ddrrell-130. 8drber, Lee-130. Beedle, Rdymond-126. Berndu, Bill-30, 42, 46, 52. Bickett, Lynn-31. Bilby, Gldde 8.-46. Page 1-11

Bills, Willidm-20, 21, 28, 30, 34, 116. Bond, John-130. Bowles, Robert-126. Boyd, Thomds W.-34, 130. Brdy, Ellis-28. Breckenridge Carlyle-116. Breidenthdl, Mynatt-36, 126. Bret, Albdn W.-130. Brewer, Lester-44, 46, 52, 57, 126. Brown, Ermin Lee-30. Brown, Gilbert-28, 52, 130. Brown, Owen-130. Brown, Roy C.-30, 42, 48, 50, 116. Brown, Wdlter-36, 126. Broyles, Dondld l.-116. Brunk, Billy 0.-130. Cdmpbell, Verne S.-27, 34, 56, 116. Cdndvdn, Chdrles M.-46, 130. Cdrlson, Leslie-27, 34, 122. Cdrmichdel, Rdlph-46, 126. Cdrter, Sidney M.-46, 126. Cdstle, Edwdrd N.-28, 130. Cdtterson, Lordce-25, 26, 27, 28, 52, 116. Chambers, Curtis-126. Churchill, Chdrles-130. Cldybdugh, Jdck-46. Cofer, Don H.-21, 30, 35, 122. Coffmdn, Bruce-122. Cook, Bdrtlette-126. Copeldnd, Re)( E.-28, 131. Corington, Chdlmer-31, 35, 131. Coulson, Edrl-116. Coverdell, Mdc 35, 116. Cox, Clifton-42, 44, 46, 55, 1Sl6, Cox, John B.-28, 31, 34, 122. Creighton Rex-35, 122. Crockett, Ursle-34, 131. Curry, Chdrles-126. Ddniel,, Hdrold-27, 28. Ddve-46. Ddvidson, Fred E.-24, 28, 31, 34, 57, 126. Ddvis, Guy-31, 46, 126. Ddvis, Willidm E.-131. Ddvis, Willidm H.-27, 122. Denton, Robert-131. Dickerson, Homer-28, 126. Dowden, ltoyd-34, 116. Drihmier, Dale-35, 116. Duke, Normdn-46, 52. Duncdn, Wynn C.-34, 126. Dunldp, John C.-27, 126. Elliott, Allen-131. Elliott, J. C.-46, 52, 131. Elliott, Virgil L-25, 27, 28, 31, 36, 127. Fdrmer, Hdrold E.-127. Fdrrdr, Hdrldnd-·26, 57, 123. Fender, Mdrion E.-27, 116. Fink, Cdrl L.-35, 131. Flanders, Lloyd l.-35, 42, 44, 46, 123. Ford, Willdrd L.-131. Foster, Elliott-35, 123. Frdncis, Don-35, 44, 46, 52, 53, 116. French, Enos-46. Gdlldgher, John-52. Gdrdner, Archie-131. Gdrdner, J. Pierce-27, 52, 53, 116. Gdrner, Buford-123.

Toff'er Index ( Ctn1th111ed)

Gdtes, Dwight E. -127. Geyer, Edwdrd-27, 123. Geyer, Ouentin-131. Gickling, Edwdrd V.-34, 57, 127. Gowing, Gene-35, 57,131. Gozd, Willis-20, 30, SO, 127. Green, Vernon-20, 42, 49, 52, 53, 116. Greene, Pdul W. -123. Griffith, Mdx-46, 127. Hdckett, Ddle-46, 50, 131. Hddorn, Hubert-27, 57, 123. Hdmilton, George-31, 34, 131. Hdmilton, Mdhlon S.-34, 131. Hdning, Willidm F.-46, 52, 131. Hanna, Chester-131. Hartley, Ch.,rles D.-34, 46, 127. Hdrtman, Addison B.-28, 131. Hdrtmdn, George-28, 118. Harper, Kenneth- 131. Harris, Rdymond H.-25, 27 28 118. ' ' Hdrve:y, Philip D.-127. Hdthawdy, Leldnd V.-118. Hdyes, Frdnk-34, 131. Haynes, Cdry-46, 131. Hdwk, Orlo-131. Hawthorne, Herbe:rt-131. Hepburn Dondld H.-28, 123. Hicks, Wdlldce:-42, 44, 46, 48, 50. Hill, Eugene:-20, 24, 28, 127. Hindmdn, Willidm-127. Hitchcock, Jdmes S.-27, 30, 123. Holldnd, Eddie:-46, 131. Hollowdy Rdy-131. Holt, Hdrf-24, 25, 27, 34, 54, 57, 123. Hornbuckle, Fred-127. Howdrd-46. Howell, Alfred J.-30, 42, 48, 50, 132. Hull, Bill-35, 46, 132. Humphrey, Veryl-118. Hutchinson, Willidm L.-31, 127. Irvine, H,my L.- 27, 42, 45, 46, 52, 123. Jennings, Ambrose M.-123. Jennings, Robert-132. Jennings, Hershel-132 Johnson, Carl-46. Johnson, G. L.-30. Jones, Lowell, 52-132. Keiffer, Max E.-25, 127. Kelle:y-46. Kelso, Alldn-30, 35, 57, 127. Kinder, Rdymond E.-46, 132. King, Dondld A.-118. King, Justin 0.-25, 42, 120. Kious, Romdine: E.-45, 46, 118. Kirkbridet.. M,,x V.-132. Kirkhdm, t:iill-52, 132. Knepper, ldwrence-42. Knepper, Rdlph-34, 127. Lethem, Wdlter-35. Liddle, John-34, 118. Lierly, John A.- 127. Livingston, Orville-42, 46. Long, Bruce-46. Long, Robert-52.

McConnell, Chdrles 25, 34, 128. McMullin, B111-42, 52, 53. Mcldughlm, Be:rndrd-52, 53. Mdddox- 46. M.,loy, Bill-20, 24, 28, 35, 57, 127. Martin, Le:ondrd E.-34, 127. Mdtheny, Clarence-132. Mdxte:d, J. D.-57, 128. Meredith, Norin-42, 49, 50. Merritt, Rdlph B.-128. Metz, Willidm-132. Miller-52. Miller, Robert R.-34, 128. Mitchell, Gerdld-57, 128. Mitchell, Robert-27, 28, 31, 34, 133. MoUtorls, Edwdrd-42, 44, 46, 52. Moore, Rolld-46, 133. Moore, Wdlter-42, 46, 53. Moore, Wilbur 44, 45, 46. Morrison, G.,ylord-28, 118. Morrow, Rdlph-30, 124. Murphy, Wdyne-34, 57, 133. Musser, Billy 0.- 28, 133. Myers, Chdrles V.-132. Myers, Jewel L.-34, 132. Neil, Herschel-35, 44, 46, 52, 53, 118. Newby, Pdul-35, 118. Newby, Rdlph M.-35, 124. Nickel, Jedn L.-128. Nixon, George: D.-20, 34, 118. Nystrdnd, Phillip 0. 27, 30. Oliver, Loyd-28, 57, 128. Ostrus, Merrill-20, 50, 52, 130, P,rnl, Robert E.-34, 124. Penwell, Hdrold E.-35, 52, 124. Person, Pdul-34, 54, 57, 128. Petree, Forrest-34, 128. Pldnde:r, Ch.,rles C.-35, 118. Phipps, J. K. 27, 28, 31, 34, 57, 124. Phipps, Robert- 34, 124. Plowmdn, Chdrle:s A.-124. Powell, Glee:-133. Powell, Jdme:s-133. Reece, Dondld-27, 118. Reeves, Avon-52. Reitdl, Normdn-46, 52. Richdrds, Everett- 45, 46. Richdrds, Pdul B.-35, 128. Ringold, Howdrd-120. Robinson, Henry-30, 46, 120. Rockhold, Ce:cil-46, 52. Rogers, Mdrion-30, 42, 44, 46. Rogers, Robert-30, 42, 45, 46, 50. Ross, Stdnle:y-133. Rouse, Glenn-35, 42, 45, 46, 124. Rowdn, Gerdld B.-20, 25, 30, 35, 54, 124. Rulon, Wdlte:r Lee-42, 44, 46, 52, 53, 116. Rydn 1 Ldwrence-46. Sdwyer, Alex-28. Schmidt, Olin D.-120. Schneider, Frederick 24, 25, 27, 34, 122. Schneider, Jedn J.-25, 27, 133. Scott, Jdme:s-133. Scott, Pdul F.-42, 52, 53, 120. Seelinger, Clyde R.-133. Pa�e NZ

Tow-er Index (C••••ti1111etl)

Sein Howdrd-46. Shddwick, Billy-128. Shdrp, Bevcrly-46, SO. Shdrp, Gdrth- 21, 24, 35, 54, 126. Shermdn, August-52, 133. Shrout, Dick-30, 42, 46, 49, SO, 128. Simerly, Myren F.-12B. Sipes, Dcndld-42, 48, 50, 52, 53, 124. Slonecker, Lowell D.-31, 34, 57, 134. Smith, Chester Lee 34, 54, 120. Somerville, Willidm-20, 120. Spdhr, Richdrd L.-134. Sprdtt, Dondld-52, 128. Stephenson, Jdmes M.-20, 35, 57, 120. Stoner, L. Keith-134. Strohm, Pdul R.-25, 26, 31, 128. Stubbs, frdncis L-130. Swift, Henry-34, 57, 128. Tdbor, John S.-35, 52, 53, 129. Tdylor, Robert-52, 129. Thomds, Willidm-129. Thompson, Eldon-24, 35, 54, 56, 125. Trdcy, Pdul W.-30, 34, 52, 55, 134. Turner, Henry-52. Tyson, Edwin L.-20, 28, 125. Tyson, Turner-24, 34, 57, 125. Vogel, Edwdrd-129.

Wdde, Wdlter 0.-28, 55, 57, 120. Wd!!Oner, Ddrryl N.-30, 42, 48, 50, 55, 125. Wdlldce, Ed-25, 129. Wdtermdn, Chdrles-129. Wedry, Neil-20, 35, SO, 134. Weedd, Miller· 24, 26, 34, 125. We:lls, C. V.-36, 134. Wells, Jim-34, 57, 129. White Ddv·d-28, 134. Wilhelm, Cdrl-42, 45, 46, 52. Willidmson, lrd Glen-125. Wilson, Chdndis- 42, 52, 53, 120. Wilson, Hdrold-34, 120. Wilson, Wdlte:r C.-125. Woodruff, Ardell-46. Woodside, Virgil-so. Wright, Jdckson A.-21, 24, 35, 126. Wright, John-SO. Ydte:s, Arthur- 35, 42, 45, 56. Ydtes, Vir_gil-21, 27, 31, 34, 120. Younger, Tony-46. Youre:k, frdnk-46, 52, 53. Zembles, Andrew-45, 46, 52, 53. Zuchowski, John-30, 42, 44, 46, 49, 50, 54, 122.

Tower 1937  

Northwest Missouri State University Tower Yearbook

Tower 1937  

Northwest Missouri State University Tower Yearbook