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EX IL HEIR IIS (Continuation of Yearling) OFFICIAL YEARBOOK OF AIRI A SAS § T A T IE COLLEG IE JONESBORO. ARKANSAS VOLUME XIV Published by SENIOR CLASS OF 1936-1937 HOWARD HICKS Editor WINFORD WYATT Business Manager WILLIAM WYATT Printing Supervisor Pj.rk, Co , , sec z ■ i aying Tribute . ., . Because she is the junior United States Senator from Arkansas; because she holds an honorary degree from Arkansas State College; because she has done more for our College than any other single individual, and because she is a worthy successor to a worthy predecessor, her late husband, the Honorable Thaddeus H. Caraway, is this book, The 1937 Indian, dedicated to United States Senator Hattie W. Caraway. Mrs. Caraway has provided Arkansas State College with many advantages. The Reserve Officers ' Training Corps Regi- ment, for instance, is one of her major contributions to the progress of the College. She has always been ready to aid when help is needed; and, most notable, too, is the fact that her good work has not been done for political purposes, but because she has the best interests of the institution in her heart. Most of her work has been done out of the public view. The editors are proud to dedicate this edition of the Arkansas State College Indian to Mrs. Caraway. We feel that of all the people connected with the College directly or indirectly United States Senator Hattie W. Caraway is the most deserving of this honor. 1 9 3 I D A I I S Into the shadows in the past three years, have gone three of Arkansas State College ' s most promising young men. Melvin Horton of Lamar, Willie Alsup of Bay, and Guy Davis of Jonesboro, each an athlete, and each a prince, have departed from, this life, to the sorrow of their friends and relatives. Melvin Horton, who had graduated in the spring of 1934, died that summer in a Jonesboro hospital fol- lowing several weeks of ill- ness. Willie Alsup, a sopho- more in 1935, was killed in an accident while return- ing to his home from an out-of-state trip. He was killed in the fall of 1935. Guy Davis, a freshman in 1936. also lost his life in an accident. He was killed while working on the con- struction of a building in the summer of 1936. Being mindful of the valuable lives which have thus left our midst, the editors pause to honor their memory. REVIEW OF EVENTS AND COLLEGE IPS! 1936-11937 m . f I Wis Bear JZ ' 300 " Book rrx: TAIBILIE OIF I! A BOOK II II STIITLJTIIO AIL MAIN ENTRANCE R. E. LEE WILSON HALL R. E. LEE WILSON HALL THROUGH THE CIRCLE WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL NEW ENGINEERING BUILDING HI III •11 1 II Hi I M 1 M 1 i - . 1 I 1 " 1 " iff DANNER HALL PRESIDENTS NEW HOME PRESIDENT V. C. KAYS PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Dear Friends: Your progress toward attainmen t of the objectives in life for which you have labored so conscientiously is proof of the accuracy of a prophetic vision. Courage and confidence, persistence and conscientiousness in service are the finest guarantees of success. The social requirements of a new deal and new day in the com- munity and the nation will test the validity of your objectives and preparation. You will be required to make contributions to the economic and social constructive forces of this new day. Optimism and a sense of values will preclude fear of failure and give you the assurance of success which will mean satisfaction for you in these meritorious activities of life. We are prone to think of the economic phases of development in our present social readjustments. We should not forget the more fundamental and worthwhile spiritual revolution upon which success of this new conception of social relationships must be based. Arkansas State College is imposing on you the respon- sibility of emphasizing these intangible concepts of the spirit which give grace, truth, and permanent values to life. Through all the vicissitudes of a busy life, may you dedicate your efforts to the building of a new and better world. ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN BOARD OIF TRUSTEES R. WHITAKER ..President MAURICE BLOCK Secretin Arkansas State College h.i- a Hoard of Trustee- which keeps abreast of the times. The rapid progress made by the institution an be attributed largely to the cooperation and open-mindedness of the five members of this group. H. Whitaker of knobel. i- president of the legislating bodv of the College, which is responsible to the stale for the conduct •! tlte institution. Mr. Whitaker became I!. WHITAKER Knobel a member of the board in L911. W. L. Banks of Newport, is the oldest member of the Hoard in the point of service, having completed twenty-eight years as a member. He was appointed by Governor George W. Donagbey. who signed the bill creating the College. Miss Pearle Davis of Forrest Cit . has been on the board since 1921. Maurice Block of I ' aragoubl. has served on this responsible body for four years, having been appointed in 1933. He i- secretary of the Hoard. The most recent member of the Hoard i- {. K. Lee Wilson. Jr.. of W ilson, appointed in 1934 upon the death of his father, who had been a member for many years. Although the average student goes through College and ne er know- any of the Board mem- ber- personally, thi- highh important group is one of the most vital functioning organs of the College. Page Tu enh -Four NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ID IE AM OF TIME COILILIEGIE His jolly whistle, his open-hearted frankness, and his patience with all stu- dents has earned Dean E. L. Whitsitt a place on the honor list of each young man and young woman attending the College. Having been Dean of the College for many years, Mr. Whitsitt knows how to pull us out of the messes we get into with schedules, grade points, and other troubles which should be avoided but seldom are. The Dean became a member of the faculty of Arkansas State in 1917, and has served continually since that time. DEAN E. L. WHITSITT REGISTRAR Holding one of the hardest jobs on the hill, Captain H. E. Eldridge does his work with strict efficiency. His position is an important one; his jobs are numer- ous. Despite his many duties he finds time to give advice when asked and help where needed. Captain Eldridge joined the faculty in 1923. Keeping the records of the stu- dents in accurate condition is probably his hardest job. He holds an important assignment with natural ability and hard work. REGISTRAR H. E. ELDRIDGE Page Twenty-Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE DEAN H. . HOLLAND ID IE AM OIF WOMEN In a responsible position. Mrs. Ade- laide Rogers Gafke has been singularly successful. As Dean of Women, she holds one of the most difficult assignments on the hill. To her credit, moreover, no complaints have arisen during her tenure of this office. She is well-liked by all her charges. Mrs. Gafke received her first college education on this campus, and after com- pleting her studies, joined the faculty in 1931. She ha been conducting an im- portant department since that time. ' COLLEGE INDIAN DEAN OF MEN In charge of all men students on the campus, Henry W. Hollard is known as one of the most popular instructors on the hill. He has a tough job as Dean of v ' i-!i but gets along splendidly with his " Boys. " Always a jump ahead, he : e ' dcm has trouble, and never any serious difficulties. Mr. Hollard has been a member of the faculty for many years. He was here early in the College ' s history. He return- ed in 1927 after several years absence and has been here ever since. MRS. ADELAIDE GAFKE Page Twenty-Six NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN MRS. C. G. BROTHERTON B. S. E. Instructor in Piano NEWTON H. BROWN M.E., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Engineering f ACIUILTY MARY ROGERS BROWN A.B., M.S. Instructor in Home Economics CAPT. BONIFACE CAMPBELL B.S. Instructor in M.S. and T. MAJOR W. E. CORKILL A. B. Professor oj M.S. and T. JAMES WENDELL DAVIS A. B. Instructor in Languages. Mathematics, Physical Training HARRY E. ELDRIDGE B. S. in Engineering Registrar DEAN B. ELLIS B.S., M.S. Instructor in Mathematics Page Twenty-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ADELAIDE ROGEUS (, k : B.B. A.. M.A. Instructor in Busi- ness Administration and Dean ol Women I. WW. ( . II .l I. B. M. Instructor in Piano FACULTY MRS. EARL C. HAZEL ' . I .. 1 . M. Instructor in Pipe Organ and I iolin ELEANOR M. HEUVER A.B., M.A., B.S. Librarian and Instructor in History HENRY WALTER HOLLARD B. S., M. S. Instructor in Agri- culture and Dean of Men MARTHA LOU LASSITER A. B. Instructor in Art CAPTAIN JOHN L. LEWIS Graduate U. S. Military Academy Instructor in M. S. and T. AMY LITTLE A.B., M.A. Instructor in Health and Recreation Page Twenty -Eight NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN BERMCE LIVENGOOD .fi.. M. A. Instructor in English JAMES R. MARVIN B. S., M. S. Instructor in Electrical Engineering FACULTY HOMER E. McEWEN B.S. Instructor in Agriculture CLYDE E. McMEANS B.M. Director of Music JAMES B. MONTGOMERY B.S. Instructor in Engineering WARREN W. NEDROW A. B., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Biology DANIEL FRED. PASMORE A. B., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Foreign Languages JOHN ROLAND PATTY A. B., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Physics and Mathematics Page Twenty- N in e NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE Ci COLLEGE INDIAN (ft t FRANK WILLIS PELNKETT B.S., A.B., M. A., Ph. I). Professor of English LKL.WI) . PU kKTT A. B. Instructor in Journalism and English ASHLEY ROBEY B. S., M. S,, Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry FACULTY MRS. N VNNIE A. ROGERS B. A., M. A. Supervisor of Teacher Training HERBERT SCIIW VRTZ B. S. Director o Physical Train ing DONALD F. SHOWALTER A. B., M. A., Pfi. D. Professor of Education and Psychology LESLIE N. SPECK B. S. E. Instructor in History, Sociology, and Physical Training HELEN THORNTON A.B. Instructor of Speech Page Thirh NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN MARY WATTERS A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of History and Sociology EDGAR L. WH1TSITT B.S.A., Ed.M. Dean of the College C. R. WILKEY B. S. A., M. A. Supervisor of Vocational Agriculture C. V. WARR Bursar MRS. C. V. WARR Superintendent of Halls LETON ADAMS Secretary to the Registrar EARL S. HETHERINGTON Bookkeeper MRS. V. C. KAYS Secretary to the President FACULTY Page Th irty-One NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE %t C O LLEGE INDIAN t A tit M in P. BABCOCK . ;.. I . . Su pet i ising Tea her, Latin, and Social Science FACULTY NIKS. HAKIO K. ELDRIDGE .. ' . Supei i ising I cm her in Home Economics, Social Science BKTHANY FAUGHT B. S. Supervisor in Science and Manual Training GUY FRENCH B. S. Principal of Training School Director o) Band and Orchestra MRS. BESSIE HOWELL A. B., M. A. Supervising Teacher Kindergarten, Primary Grades JAMES HOCKER MASON A.B., M.A. Supervisor in English EMMA ROGERS Supervisor of Commercial Work and Mathematics BOBBIE MEALUS SWANN A.B., M.A. Supervising Teacher, Grades Page Thirty-Two NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN BOOK STIUIDIE T BODY % ami m ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN CLASS OIF 11937 OFFICERS William Watson President Louis McBride - Vice President James Lilly Secretary Kathryn (Kinman) Irwin - - - - Treasurer Olive Bradberry - Reporter Dr. j. R. Patty Sponsor Graduating this year, the Class of ' 37 completes four years of academic progress and social enlightenment, which has accrued to us through our contact with life at Arkansas State College. WILLIAM WATSON Entering this institution of higher learning in the fail of 1933. we proceeded through the usual incubation period before entering the sophomore class in the fall of 1934. Bobby Lindsey of Marianna served as our president in the freshman year. The year 1934 was Silver Jubilee Year, the celebration of the first twenty-five years of the College ' s existence. As sophomores of 1934 we did our part, led by Rex Castleberry of Jonesboro, our president, to enhance the success of this historical event. In the fall of 1935 we had acquired enough knowledge to bear the title of juniors and to wear the look of upperclassn.en. In the spring of 1936, the juniors sponsored a Junior-Senior Prom. We did our part in ushering out the class just ahead of us. in the Senior Swing-Out. impatiently awaiting our own title of seniors. Winford Wyatt of Jonesboro led the class as president in the junior year. The dignity of seniors came in the fall of 1936. We climaxed our four years of College by successfully promoting the revival of the Arkansas State College " Yearling, " which was re-named " The Indian " in a student-body poll, as more in keeping with the present. It was the first time in four years that the College had a regular annual. Serving as our president has been William Watson of Rector. As we leave the halls of State College we will take with us treasured memories, many of which are inculcated in our greatest contribution to its progress, " The 1937 Indian. ' Page Thirty-Five SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN BILL ADAMS, 1?. S. E. Enterprise, Alabama Major: Education anrl Social Science; Minor: Physical Training; Football 3, 4: National Guard 3, 4: " A " Club 3, 4. Pres. 4; Charier member eta Tan Zcta. OLIVE BRADBERRY, A. B. Dell. Arkansas Major: English; Minors: French, Education: Arkansas State Teachers: Y.W.C.A. 4: Delm Beta Chi 4: French Club— Yice-Pres. 4; Reporter Senior Class. DEN MS BLACKWOOD, U.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Biology; Minor: Agriculture. BERNICE HAMILTON BILLARD, B.S.E. . onesboro, A rkansas Major: Mathematics : Minor: English. Page Thirty-Six SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN MILDRED CARTER, A.B. LGRENO HOLLAND CLAYTON, A.B. Parkin, Arkansas . , Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English; Minor: French; Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4; Sec ' y. 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4: Press Club 1; Dramatics Club 1, Vice-Pres. Dramatics Club 2. 3; International Relation- Club 1, 2, Sec ' y-Treas. 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 2: Phi Beta 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Charter mem- 4; Pistol Association 4; W.A.A. 4; Pre-Med. , Club 4 Treas 4 ber Alpha Sigma, Vice-Pres. 2; Pres. 3, 4. FAY CLARDY, B.S. MRS. IRENE CLEMENTS, A. IS. Jonesboro, Arkansas Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English; Minors: Social Science. Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology; Orches- French; Press Club 4: International Rela- tra 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Vssistanl in Chemistry. tions Club 1: Herald Staff 4. SENIORS Pag e Thirty-Seven THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN NINA CROCKETT, A. li. Biscoe. Arkansas Major: Education : Minor: Social Science: it Club 2. .5. 1: French Club I. .1: Upha Sigma 2. : . 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Home Ec. Club I; Homecoming Queen 3; D. 0. S. Sweet- licart 4: Maid to Honorary Colonel 4. I . E W IS I) IS. li s. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Engineering; Minors: Mathematics. Physics; Band 1, 2, 3, Director 4; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Orchestra 1, 2, Director 3, 4; Delta Omega Sigma 3, Sec ' y 1: R.O.T.C. Cadet Captain 4; Nat ' l. Guard 1, 2, 3. 4; Engineer ' s Club 2, 4, Pres. 3; Who ' - Who in American Col. and Univ. GLENN F0WX.ER, B.S. Manila, rkansus Major: Mathematics: Minors: Science, Edu- cation; Engineer ' s Club 1, 3, Sec ' y 2, Pres. 4: Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Delta Omega Sigma 4; Assoc. Bus. Mgr. Indian; Senior As- sistant in Education. LYNN FRETS, .l!. Rector. Arkansas Major: History; Minors: English, Economics; College of Ozarks; Football 4; " A " Club 4; Y.M.C.A. 4; Spanish Club 4. Page Thirty-Eight SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ALVERDA GIBSON, B.S.E. Paragon! (I, Arkansas Majors: English, Education; Minor: Social Science; Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 4; Home Ec. Club 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Life Service 1; French Club 3: Speech Certificate Recital 2; Herald Staff 4. JIM GOOCH, B.S.E. Wynne, Arkansas Major: Social Science; Minors: Mathema- tics, Education, Phy. Training; Football I. 2, Captain 3, Co-captain 4; Track 1, 4 ; Char- ter member Zeta Tau Zeta; Engineer ' s Club 1, 2; " A " 1, 2, 3, 4; Natl. Guard 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 1, 2: Dramatics Club 2, 3; Y.M.C.A. I, 2, 3; Pre-Law 4. JIMMY HEATH, B.S. Marion, Arkansas Majors: Chemistry, Biology; Minor: Agri culture; Delta Omega Sigma 2, 3, 4; Engi neer ' s Club 1; " A " Club 2, 3, 4. HOWARD J. HICKS. A.B.. Jonesboro, Ark. Major: English; Minors: History, French; Member Central Committee, Silver Jubilee Celebration 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, Pres. 2; Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class; International Relations Club 1, Cor. Sec ' y 2, 3; Herald Staff 2. 3, 4; Delta Omega Sigma 2. Sec ' y 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Vice- Pres. 4; Editor Indian 4. SENIORS Page Thirty-Nine THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN HHHHHSBHHHHH HHIBHBI X ■ MM MRS. H. W. HOLLARD, . B. E. C. HORN, B.S.E. State College, Arkansas Egy it. irkansas Majors: English. French, History; Minor: Education; Pi Gamma Mu 2. 3, 4. Reporter 3; Phi Theta Kappa: Les Artistes 3, 4, President 2: Alpha Tau Zeta chaplain 4: n hi- WiMant in 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . Majors: English, Science; Minor: Education; Press lull 1: Internationa] Relations Club 4. i o JOHN ED J MES. B.S.E. Enterprise, Alabama Majors: Education, Social Science; Minor: Physical Training; " A " Club 3, vice-pres. 4; Football 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 3. Captain 4; Who ' s Who, Best Athlete 3: Charter Member Zeta Tau Zeta. ERNKST JOHNSON. .IS. Jonesboro, Arkansas IV ' ajor: English; Minor: Music; French ( inh 2. 3. 4: Dramatics Club I. 2. 3. Re- porter 4: Darce Orchestra 1. 2. Page Forty SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN MRS. MARY ELIZABETH JONES. B.S.E. Fisher, Arkansas Major: English; Minors: Social Science, Education; International Relations Club 4; Herald Staff 4; Senior Assistant in English. EVELYN JONES, A. B. Jonvsboro, Arkansas Major: English; Minor: French, Mathe- matics; French Club 1; Alpha Sigma 3. 4; Art Club 3. ERNEST KERLEY, A.B. EARL E. KIRK, B.S. Rector, Arkansas Piggott, Arkansas Major: Social Science; Minor: Business Major: Agriculture; Minor: Mathematics, Administration: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Na- Biology; Engineer ' s Club 2, 3; Ag. Club 4: i r , . Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4; National Guard Corporal tional Guard 4. 1. 2. 3: Intramurals 3, 4. SENIORS , __, Page forty-Qne THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN MRS. KATHRYN (KINMAN) IRWIN B.S.E. Trumann, Arkansas Major: Husiness Administration; Minor: Social Sciente; Treas. Senior Class; Char- ter member Alpha Tau Zeta: Senior ssis- taut ( iominercial Department. Mil Dlil l) IIDDII. B.S.E., Kennett, Mo. Major: Home Econ i ; Minor: Education; Delta Beta Chi 3. Pres. 4; Les Artistes 1, 2, Sec ' j 3, I ' res. 4; Sec ' y Junior Class; Home Ec. Club 2. 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, Sec ' y 4; Mounting Edi. Indian 4; W.A.A. Pres. 3; Pistol Club 4; Who ' s Who, American Col- lege- and I ni ersilies I: Delta Omega Sigma Sweetheart 1: Maid Homecoming Queen 4. JAMES LILLY, B.S.E. J ones bora, A rkansas Maim: Historv; Minor: Education: Foot- ball L, 2. Sub-Captain 3; " A " Club 1. 2. 3, 1: Sec ' y Senior Class: Indian Staff 4: Nat ' l. Guard 1, 2. Sergeant 3. 4; French Club 1. DOROTHY LEA LINES, B.M. Wynne, Arkansas Maim : Music; Minors: English, French: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Sec ' y 3; Phi Theta Kappa i. .-Pres. 2; Choral Club 1, 2. 3. Pres. 4; Phi Beta 1. Treas. 2. Vice-Pres., Delegate to Nat ' l Convention 3: Charter Member Alpha Sigma 3, Pres. 3, Sec ' y 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Page Forty-Two SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN r ' . 1 GEORGE E. LOVE, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture; Minor: English; Ag. Club 4; N. G. 1, 2, 3, sergeant 4; Drum Major Band 2. ELLSWORTH McALLISTER, B.S.E. Jonesboro. Arkansas Major: Agriculture; Minor: Social Science; Ag. Club 2, 3, President 4; N. G. 1, 2, 3. Sergeant 4; " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2; Delta Omega Sigma 3, 4. LOUIS McBRIDE, B.S. Par a go ul d, Arkan s as Major: Chemistry; Minors: Mathematics, English; Kappa Sigma Nu 2. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Vice-Pres. Senior Class; Y.M.C.A. 3, 4: Senior Assistant Chemistry; Assistant to Dean of Men 4. HARUY MERKD1TH, B.S.E. Jonesboro, . Irkansas Major: Education: Minors: l!i log . Math- matics; Engineer ' s Club 1. 2, 3, 4; " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Track 1. 2, 3, 4. SENIORS Page Forty-Three THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN V AIOWII. MORTON, B.S.E. I ' .LMA MULLINS, B.S.E. Williford, Arkansas Ash Flat, Arkansas Major: Social Science: Minors: English. Major: Social Science; Minor: Kn«il isli. Home Eccinmii--: Home Ec. Club 2. 3, 4: International Relations Club ; Dramatics Club 4. NEWTON NORRIS, B.S. THURMAN OWENS, A.B. , , . , Alicia, Arkansas I ' oiignkcepsie, A rkans as Major: English: Minors: History. Agricul- Major: Biology; Minor-: Education, gri- tnre: .[onesboro College; Ag. Club 2,3,4; , ,,,,,, o National Guard 2. 3. 4; International Re- culture; Basketball 1. 2. 3, captain 4; A |ationg c]ub g % . UprM St;lff 4. p ress Club. 1. 2. 3. Secy. 4. Club 4. Page Forty-Four SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE HJTT COLLEGE INDIAN KENNETH POWELL, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English; Minors: French, So;ial Science, Education; Herald Staff 3, 4. As- soc. Editor Summer Session 3; Press Cluh Reporter 4; French Cluh 4: International Rel ations Cluh 4. TROY LEE ROBINSON, B.S. Newport, Arkansas Major: Agriculture; Minors: Biology, Edu- cation; Ag. Cluh 1. 2. 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. 3, 4; Dramatics Cluh 4: Assistant to the Dean of Men 4. JOHN ROBBS, A.B. Paragould, Arkansas Major: Chemistry; Minors: English, Eco- nomies, French; Glee Cluh 1. 2. 3, 4; Delta Omega Sigma Pledge-Master 2. Treas. 3. Sergeant-at-Arms 4; French Cluh 2, 3, 4; Pre-Med. Cluh. Pres. 4. CHARLES REED, B. S. J onesboru, Arkansas Major: Science; Minor: History. Page Forty-Five SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE 4 COLLEGE INDIAN Hi F 1 I.E UODOEKS. li.S.E. Brooklaml, Arkansas Major: History; Minors: English. Mathe- matics; Dramatics I lub I. M)RS. JOHN M. SMITH, JR., A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas M ajor: Erench : Minors; English. Psychol- ii : Band 3; Dramatics Club 4: Home Ec. Club I; Press Cluh. 3. 4; French Cluh 3, 4. ED ROSS. B.S. Higginson, Arkansas Major: Biology: Minors: Education, Agri- culture; Delta Omega Sigma 4; N. G. 1. 2. 3, t: .M.C. . I; Football 4: Vg. Club 4. LANDIS SMITH, B.S. Knobel, Arkansas Majors: Biology, Music; Minors: Social Science, Education; Olee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. 4; Choral Cluh 2. 4; Ag. Cluh 3. Reporter 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Sec ' y- Treas. Freshman Class. Page Forty-Sin SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN NEIL SHERROD, B.S. Bells, Tennessee Major: Agriculture; Minor: History; Football 4; " A " Club 4; Ag. Club 4: Press Club 4; Herald Staff 4. JOHN M. SMITH, JR., B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Social Science; Minor: Education; N. G. 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Press Club 4; " A " Club, 3, 4; Football 3; Track 3; Pre-Law 4; Herald Staff 4. KUNKEL VANCE, B.S.E. Evening Shade, Arkansas Major: Biology; Minor: Agriculture; " A " Club, 3, 4; Dramatics Club, 3, 4; Ag. Club 4; Track 3. 4; Football 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. BERT WALKER, B.S. Paragould, Arkansas Major: Engineering; Minors: Mathematics, Physics; Engineer ' s Club 2, 3, 4; " A " Club 2, 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3, 4. Page Forty-Seven SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN II I I M WATSON, B.S.E. Rector. Arkansas Major: History; Minors: English. Educa- tion; Ag. Club 3; Dramatics I, 2, Pres. 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. 1. 2. 3, Pres. 4; Press Club 3. 4: Track 3: National Guard 4; Herald Staff 3. 4: Assoc. Editor Indian 4: Kappa Sigma Nu 3: Pledge-Master 4: Assistant to Dean of Men 4; Pres. Senior Class: Dad ' s Day Kin-. 0RV1LLE WHITE, US. Alicia, Arkansas Maior: English: Minor: French: Piess Club I: Herald Staff I: Glee Club 3, 4; Le Cercle Prancais I, 2. Pres. 3, 4: Phi Theta Kappa. 1. ice-Pies. 2: Pi Gamma lu icc-Pres. 3. Pres. I: Vice-Pres. of Junior Clas-: Debate Club 2: Pre-I.aw Club 4. BILLY WYATT, B.M. Paragould, Arkansas Major: Music: Minor: French; Glee Club I, 2. 3, 4: Dance Orchestra 2. 3. 4; French Club 3. 4: Choral Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Dram- atics Club 1. WIN FORD WYATT, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Engineering; Minors: Mathematics. Physics: Engineer ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa: Kappa Sigma Nu 2,3. Pres. 4; Pres. Junior ( lass; Bus. Mgr. Indian; Sen- ior Vss ' t. Physics; Student Member Chapel I ommittee 4: Pistol Association 4; Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities. Page Forty-Eight SENIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS LLEGE INDIAN re™ 1 ORVILLE KELLETT College and sought to accustom themselves to a life began to spell a new meaning as members lasting friendships. After the spring semester opened, with Dean Buchanan of Walnut Ridge, as our president, and headway in promoting its numerous activities du Returning to State in the fall of 1935 as so selves in a much more cheerful and more settle during the past year were renewed. Studies even customed to the requirements of higher educati elected to pilot the class in its activities. With the opening of the 1936-87 term, the class president, and it is under his leadership this year goal of seniority. CLASS Of 11938 OEFICERS Orville Kellett - - President Paul Chambers Vice-President Dorothy Conn Secretary-Treasurer Helen Hetherington Reporter Dr. Mary Watters - Sponsor With our third year rapidly drawing to a close, the Class of ' 38, which has the distinc- tion of being one of the largest enrolled at Arkansas State College, eagerly looks forward to next September when we step up into the senior ranks. In the fall of 1934 a group of over two hundred freshmen, somewhat bewildered and a little backward, entered the portals of State new environment. Within a few weeks college of the class began to adjust themselves and form E. L. Whitsitt as sponsor, we elected Toler it was under his leadership that the class made ring that year. phomores, the members of our class found them- d frame of mind. Our many friendships formed became more interesting as we grew more ae- on. That year Max Miller of Campbell, Mo., was chose Orville Kellett of Williford, Ark., as its that we have progressed rapidly towards our JUNIORS Page Forty-Nine THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Clarence Adams Jonesboro, Ark. Charlcie Lee Blackwood Jonesboro. Ark. Paul Brann Sivijton, Ark. Triad Brown Otwell. Ark. Modena Callawav Mar veil. Ark. Paul Chambers Marianna. Ark. Is 9 f 7 Ann Barlow Jonesboro, Ark. Dick Bradford Forrest City, Ark. Dewey Brown Wynne, Ark. Arline Billiard Marianna, Ark. Marion Cathcart Jonesboro, Ark. Johnnie Clark Jonesboro, Ark. Page Fifty JUNIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Roy N. Clark Jonesboro, Ark. Mary Cecilia Cohen Jonesboro, Ark. Dorothy Conn Harrisburg, Ark. Frances Dawson Marked Tree, Ark. Harry W. English. Jr. Pickwick Dam, Term. Harry A. Felley Jonesboro, Ark. Esra Coe Swifton, Ark. Lloyd H. Cole Paragould, Ark. Alberta Davis Lake City, Ark. James DeShazo Viola, Ark. Mary Ann Faulkner Jonesboro, Ark. Mary Louise Franklin Jonesboro, Ark. JUNIORS Page Fifty-One THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STA t e Tm! c o LLEGE INDIAN Evelyn Gaither Nettleton, Ark. Lon Griffin Leachville, Irk. Patricia Jane Ha m- Jonesboro, Ark. Helen Hetherington Jonesboro, Ark. Alice Horn Jonesboro. Ark. David L Johnston Algoa, Ark. Hazel Gray Monette, Ark. Zal Jeanne Harrison Blytheville, Ark. Eddie Heath Iurinn, Ark. E. J. Holifield Brooklantl, Ark. John Horn Jonesboro, Ark. Gerald W. Johnson Bigger s, Ark. Page Fifty -Two Fu N I R S THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS ST ate ' ! ' COLLEGE INDIAN Hugh Keller Otwell, Ark. Orville Kellett Willi ford, Ark. Marjorie Kincannon Arkansas Cilv. Ark. Gene Lilly Jonesboro, Ark. Marsella McGlasson Jonesboro, Ark. Mildred Rose MeKennev Black Rock. Ark. Mack A. Kellett Pocahontas, Ark. Jack Kincaid Jonesboro, Ark. William W. Running Chicago, 111. T. H. Linn, Jr. Melbourne, Ark. James McHaney Jonesboro, Ark. Charles Jeffers Miller Dexter. Mo. JUNIORS Page Fifty-Three THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE SI C O LLEGE INDIAN William Scott Miller Dexter, Mo. LaVerne Myrick Daphne, Ala. Charles N. Nutter Jonesboro, Ark. Richard Osborne Leachville, Ark. John T. Patton Jonesboro, Ark. Mary Ann Richard: Benton, Ark. Inez Moffitt Cordova, Ala. Helen Nunnallv Jonesboro, Ark. Martha Osborne Jonesboro, Ark. Carrie Mae Owen Dell, Ark. Merle Peterson Jonesboro, Ark. Franklin Roleson Jonesboro, Ark. Page Fifty-Four JUNIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS S T A T E I COLLEGE INDIAN Ernest Sanders Jonesboro, Ark. Berl Smith, Jr. Jonesboro, Ark. Rosa M. Spurlock Walnut Ridge, Ark. J. A. Thompson Waldenburg, Ark. Clyde Denver Tyler Hardy, Ark. Ray Ward Piggott, Ark. Leister Shannon Jonesboro, Ark. Glenn Spurlock Caraway. Ark. [orris Thomas Mountain View, Ark. James L. Tidwell Dell, Ark. Louise Elaine Walker Newport, Ark. Frank E. Watson Paragould, Ark. JUNIORS Page Fifty-Five THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE ! C O L L EGE INDIAN Hazel Frances Wilson Augusta, Ark. Daisy May Wyatt ] onesboro. Ark. J. S. Wilson Helena. Ark. William Wyatt J onesboro. Ark. Page Fifty-Six JUNIORS THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN CILA§§ O IF 11939 OFFICERS Millard Hardin - President John M. Walker Vice-President Herbert Coe Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Ashley Robey Sponsor MILLARD HARDIN Having completed one year of adjustment to the needs of college life, the class of ' 39 re-entered Arkansas State College last fall sad- dened by the loss of one of our leading mem- bers, Guy Davis, president of the class during the freshman year. In the freshman year, under the guidance of Dean E. L. Whitsitt, our faculty sponsor, the class had elected Lambert Kelley, a member of the class of ' 36 as student sponsor of the fresh- man class. Lambert later married one of the members of our class, Florence Austelle, of Little Rock, and they now live in California. We sponsored a dance as freshmen and otherwise ((inducted ourselves in accordance with the best traditions of first-year classes. Guy Davis had been elected president of the class during the second semester. One of our most prominent and most popular classmates, Guy seemed destined for a successful career when his promising life was snuffed out in an accident during the summer of 1936. So, when we returned to school in the fall of 1936 it was with hearts still heavy from the shock of his death. The class elected Millard Hardin as president, and he has filled the office capably. With picnics, parties, and other social events, we have found our sophomore year a very pleas- ant one. Next year we will move into the ranks of upperclassmen, the jump for which we have been preparing. This year Dr. Ashley Robey has been our sponsor, and the jovial professor has aided us individually and collectively in many ways. Page Fifty-Seven SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Marie Adams Jonesboro, Ark. Walter Allen, Jr. Forrest City, Ark. Eloise Alcott Weiner, Ark. Bonnie Ballew Jonesboro, Ark. Blaine Barker East Prairie. Mo. Doris Barnett Cooter, Mo. Camille Belford Parkin, Ark. Dorothy Bowers Dell, Ark. Loyce Mae Braden Monet te, Ark. Frank Angelo Cotton Plant, Ark. W. E. Arnold Killijord, Ark. W. T. Baldwin Hickory Ridge, Ark. Karl Butts Nettleton, Ark. James Beard Jonesboro, Ark. Virginia Lee Bearden Rector, Ark. John Breckenridgc Paragould, Ark. Farrar Brewer I m bod en, Ark. Grace Bulla Otuell. Ark. Page Fifty-Eight SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Pete Bullard Tyronza, Ark. David Burford Wynne, Ark. Maxine Burford Jonesboro, Ark. Raymond Chipman Monette, Ark. Juanita Chunn Jonesboro, Ark. C. W. Clements Jonesboro, Ark. Gwendolyne Cox Holly Grove, Ark. Cynthia Crum Jonesboro, Ark. Kate Detrich Paragould, Ark. i ml f n Ivan Busby Dexter, Mo. A. H. Caldwell, Jr. Oxford, Ark. J. Ford Carpenter Willi ford, Ark. Murray Cobb East Prairie, Mo. Hall Coe Tuckerman, Ark. Herbert Coe Tupelo, Ark. Reginald Dover Paragould, Ark. Eva Mae Flannigan Monette, Ark. Genevieve Foster Cotton Plant. Ark. Page Fifty-Nine SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE ' % C O L L EGE INDIAN Rettye Sue Fortenbeny Smithville, Ark. Vauna Fryer Monette, Ark. Fannie Mary Garrett Joiner, Ark. Nancy Gilmore Jonesboro, Ark. George Glover Jonesboro, Ark. Robert Goodrich Blytheville, Irk. Juanita Griffin Jonesboro, Ark. Eleanor Ruth Groves Round Pond, Ark. James Halley Brickeys, Ark. Jr □ if □ Minnie Gay Paragould, Irk. Thomas Gay Memphis. Tenn. Jack Gibbins Jonesboro. Ark. Ellsworth Graham Jonesboro, Ark. Rartus Gray Monette, Ark. John Greason Knobel, Irk. Lloyd Hancock, Monette, Ark. Millard Hardin Tupelo, Ark. Muriel Harper Peach Orchard. Ark. Page Sixty SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Frances Harris Jonesboro, Ark. Ruth Harrison Hughes, Ark. Iniee Hawn Trumann, Ark. Joyce Hicks Clinton, Ky. Maggie Lew Hogue Weiner, Ark. Frances Holland Blytheville. Ark. James Hyatt McCrory, Ark. Frank Hyneman Bay, Ark. Jennie Mae Jackson Tyronza, Ark. Hadley Hays Van Buren, Ark. Clark Hetherington Junesboro, Ark. Mary Emma Hickox Jonesboro, Ark. Edward Horton Turrell, Ark. Zilpha Hulen Biggers, Ark. James Hunt Blytheville, Ark. Eileen Jones Paragould, Ark. Victor H. Kays Jonesboro. Ark. Buford Keller Otwell, Ark. Page Sixty-One SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Kenneth Keller Otwell, Ark. Grace Lackey Trumann, Ark. Betsy Ledbetter Jonesboro, Ark. Darwin Little Jonesboro, Ark. Clifton Mack Rector, Ark. Robert Moore Blytheville, Ark Leon McAlister Jonesboro, Ark. Reed McConnell Magazine, Ark. Emmett McCutclieon Wheatley, Ark. Joe Ledbetter Jonesboro. Ark. irginia Lee Jonesboro, Ark. Charles Lipsky Hushes, Ark. Dorothy Moore Wynne, Ark. Byron Moore Blytheville, Ark. Mary Claire Murphy Wilson, Ark. Joe McGuire Jonesboro, Ark. Sam McHaney Paragould, Ark. Major McWilliams Memphis, Tenn. Page Sixty-Two SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Letha Neff Jonesboro, Ark. Adelene Nicks Bigger s, Ark. Inez Norsworthy Weiner, Ark. James Pearman Brinkley, Ark. James Permenter Luxora, Ark. Charles Potter Pine Bluff, Ark. Robert Ratton Paragould, Ark. Francis Raymond Ray, N. D. Catherine Renshaw Harrisburs. Ark. Winford Osburn Maiianna, Ark. Jimmy Parish Newport, Ark. Olan Parker, Jr. Jonesboro, Ark. Aldean Price Jonesboro, Ark. Ray Pruett Stevens, Ark. Vivian Ratliff Willi ford, Ark. Frank Rogers Blytheville, Ark. Mary E. Rosecrans Jonesboro, Ark. Lorene Rushing Cooter, Mo. Page Sixty-Three SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN James Shannon Jonesboro. Ark. Wilson Sifford Cherry Valley, Ark. Wrex L. Smith Jonesboro, Ark. Ann Swanson Jonesboro, Ark. Mar) Alice Swind Paragould, Ark. Glenn Thomas 1 . ieto, Ark. Celeste Tullos Trumann, Ark. Eugene Walker Paragould, Ark. John M. Walker Powhuska, Okla. t □ 1 Q f [1 H r Latham Stacy Dell, Ark. A I ma i it- Stamps Newport, Ark. U. Stone Harrisburs, Ark. kilh Tliompwui Cotter, Ark. Melba Thompson Rector, Ark. lummy Thompson Blytheville, Ark. Lucie Mai Weaver Butesiille, Ark. John White Kensett, Ark. Frank Wiles Jonesboro, Ark. Page Sixty-Four SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN INDIAN Harriett Woodsidc Thomasville, Mo. Wanda Wore] Hardy, Ark. Helen Wyatt Bono, Ark. Page Sixty-Five SOPHOMORES THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN CLASS CP 194C OFFICERS Newton Killough ...... President William Faught Vice-President Helen McDonald Secretary Paul Gray - - - Treasurer Dean E. L. Whitsitl Sponsor Entering Arkansas Stale College in the fall ol 1936, we members " l the class nf 1940, look back over our lirst year of college experience with gladness and gaze eagerly into the future, when we. loo. diall be seniors. Willi Dean E. i.. Whitsitt as our sponsor, we eleeled New Ion Killough ol Wynne, our class president in the early spring of this year. We i-ponsored .1 dame [or the benefit ol the -Indent bod and members ol our group, keeping up the traditions of our class. Parties and picnics formed anothei part of our social life a freshmen. Also keeping up the besl tradition- of the school, we went through the informal period during which freshmen are introduced to the intricacies of higher educational standards. Wearing the green cap ha become one of the freshman " do ' s " on our campus, and we fell in line, cheerfully, to maintain this tradition It is our hope that succeeding classes will conduct themselves in like manner. Despite the new surroundings in which we found ourselves last fall, we soon adjusted our- M ' lve to the ,-irange situations and became more and more in plea-ant accord with collegiate requirements. Following closely in the footsteps of classes which have preceded us, the " prosperity " " class of 1910 hopes to surpass the greatest things which have been done by accomplishing even greater achiex emenls. We look forward to the next three years with a joyful anticipation of passing through the happiest stage of life, from freshman to senior. NEWT )N KILLOl DM Page Sixty-Six FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Dan Vdams Paragould, Ark. Eloise Adams Jonesboto, Ark. Lucille Adams ] onesboro, Ark. J. W. Allen Hornersville, Mo. Nnrris M. Allen J onesboro. Ark. Paul H. Allbright Marion, Ark. Imogone Baker Joncsboro. Ark. Butler Barksdale Dlytheville, Ark. Lavaucbn Barnes Bono. Ark. 1 Li i % t ■ u Dorothy Agee Paragould. Ark. Hucella Allen W eincr. Ark. Juanita Allen Joncsboro, Ark. Lyman B. Amburgey Caruthersville, Mo. Robert H. And rows Tyronza, Ark. Lorene Bailey J onesboro, Ark. Vernard Pernell Barwiek J ' oplar Bluff, Ma. Barbara Lucille Baughn Senath, Mo. Ralph Beauchamp Marianna, irk. Page Sixty-Seven FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE C O L LEGE INDIAN Kathryn Ltiliinger Jonesboro, Ark. mi. Howard Bloodworth Poplar Blliff, Vlo. Mary June Booker Jonesboro. Ark. Billie John Burketl McCrory, Irk. William lui IJui i ciw So em. . .. illie Rose ( Iain Jonesboro, til.. Lois Castleberry Jonesboro, Ark. M A. Cherry Paragould, irk. VJadelene Chiles Greenway, irk. % I |k Mai Louise Braden Jonesboro, Ark. Vddison Bradford, Jr. Forrest City, Ark: ( harlie Mae lira-lid,! Hoxie, Ark. Vrnold C. Caldwell Jonesboro, Ail. Phillip E. Calverl .WarW Tree, frA I I05 Ma) Casner Jonesboro, Ark. Delia Frances Clark Jonesboro, Ark. Emmett E. Colvin Blytheville, Ark. Mary Mae Collins Jonesboro, Ark. Page Sixty-Eight. FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Delmar C. Conley Jonesboro, Ark. Frank Crager est Helena, Irk. Ivy Preston Crane Jonesboro, Ark. Gwineva Cupp Marmaduke, Ark. William Daugherty Gideon, Mo. Caleb Davis, Jr. Braggadocio, Mo. Virginia Echols Dyess, Ark. Frank Elder Jonesboro, Ark. Iola Ellegood Jonesboro, Ark. Virginia Lee Crews Pocahontas, Ark. Rex H. Crockett Biscoe, Ark. Bernice Arneda Crouch Jonesboro, Ark. Helen Davis Greemvay, Ark. Mary W. Davis Jonesboro. Ark. G. C. Driver, Jr. Luxora, Ark. Jimmie English Earle, Ark. Foy Evans Manila. Ark William Faught Blytheville, Ark. Page Sixty-Nine FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN A R K A N S A S STATE COLLEGE INDIAN El don Fairley Osceola, Ark. Robert Ferrell Jonesboro. Ark Gladys Fisher Monette, Ark. El wood Freeman Jonesboro, Ark. Regenia Fii rll Jonesboro. Ark. illiam Fuhr Jonesboro, Ark. De Maris Graham Forrest City. irk. Ira Cray Blytheville, Ark. Raul Gray Newport, Ark. Evelyn Fitzgerald Wynne, trk. Imogene Forbes Jonesboro, Ark. ( leraldine Forrester Trumonn, Ark, Mary Jeanne Gardner Wynne, Ark. Edwin H. Garrison Jonesboro, Ark. mi Garolyn Gibson Jonesboro, Ark. Joy Gregory Cash, Ark. Randolph Gregson Jonesboro. Ark. Marvin C. Grisham Caruthersville, Mo. Page Seventy FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Clt ' o Hollilook mili ford, Ark. Norma Hall Bono, Ark. Dan Hamper Blytheville, Ark. Edward Hoi t man I alparaiso, I ml. Burness Hull Jonesboro, Ark. Mrs. E. J. Holifiels Brookland, Ark. Joe G. Hughes Jonesboro, Ark. Bob Hughey Jonesboro, Ark. Fred Huson Tuckerman, Ark. Jamae Hatfield Port ' a, Ark. Jo Doris Hearne Jonesboro, Ark. Hershcel Hendrex Jonesboro, Ark - . Frank Hum Lincoln, Ark. Hill Hum Blytheville, Ark. Jane Hughes Jonesboro. Ark. Robert Hutson, Jr. Jonesboro, Ark. ietor Ivy Blytheville, Ark. Charles A. Jackso Maiden, Mo. Page Seven! v-One FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN James I). Jenkins McRae. Ark. Irene Johri ' nn Riggers, Ark. Dorothy M. Jones Stuttgart, Ark. Newton Killough inn 1 , trk. Doris Ixuili Kimbn Jonesboro, Ark. Hunter Kimbro Jonesboro, Ark. Juanita Langford Jonesboro. Ark. Audrey Leader I ' iggott. Irk. Johnnye Lee Jonesboro, Ark. Jay Jordan Forrest City. irk. Robert Kassermun Weiner, Ark. Dorse Keller Jonesboro, Ark. Kathleen Kin;; Rector, Ark. Thelma Louise Koehler Dell, Ark. [Catherine Lane Jonesboro. Ark. James E. Lentz Coulterville, 111. .1. Maurice Lentz Coulterville, 111. Lucile Lichtenberger Bradshaw, Neb. Page Seventy-Two FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN COLLEGE INDIAN Fred Lines Wynne, Ark. Joe R. Mason Jonesboro, Ark. Katherine Mayberry Harrisburg, Ark. Melba McMann Benton, Ark. Harris Meacham Monette, Ark. Elbert Milner, Jr. West Memphis, Ark. Addie Lou O ' Neal Sweatman, Miss. Joe W. Osborne Leachville, Ark. S. L. Phipps Middlebrook, Ark. Lloyd Mayfield Senath, Mo. Helen McDonald Paragould, Ark. Meredith McDonald Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Claudia Mitts Swijton, Ark. Fredric Niell Jonesboro, irk William S. Newsoni. Jr. Wynne, Ark. G. W. Pitts, Jr. Jonesboro, Ark. Ila Deene Poynor Maynard, Ark. Virginia Fern Poynor Maynard, Ark. Page Seventy-Three FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Hardy H. Pratt Bono, Ark. Venora Pratt Bono, Ark. irginia Pun is Jonesboro, rh. Aletrus Raids Hornersville, Mo. Ola June Hea Yell till e. Ark: W anda Inez Richards Benton, Ark. Charles Robinson Jonesboro, Ark. Marzee Ann Rowan Jonesboro, Ark. Don L. Sanders De Witt, Ark. tola Pyland (■at away, Ark. James Ramsey Marmaduke, Ark. Pauline Hawls Dumas, Ark. Mabel Lucille Robins Senath, Mo. nn Roberts Greenway, Ark. Juanita Roberts Waynard, Ark. Robert II. Schnce Jonesboro. Ark. Rodney Scott Brookland, Ark. Oscar R. Scott Midland. Ark. Page Seventy-Four FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Matilene Seal Piggott, Ark. Molly Secoy Jonesboro, Ark. Vlberta Schell Hornersville, Mo. Helen Simmons Rector, Ark. Walter M. Stallings East Prairie, Mo. Howard Stuck Jonesboro, Ark. Amos H. Underwood Piggott, Ark. Jamie Beazley Vail Marianna, Ark. Beatrice Walker Black Oak. Ark. Camilla Sharp Jonesboro, Ark. Maude Shaver Hardy, Ark. Alan Showalter Jonesboro, Ark. Louise Sturdivant McCrory, Ark. J. L. Swindle Marrnaduke, Ark. Mary Elizabeth Teague Hickory Ridge, Ark. Walter Ward Fouke, Ark. Carolyn Weatherton Jonesboro, Ark. C. W ; . Wester, Jr. Holly Grove, Ark. Page Seventy-Five FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN Page Si ' vculy-Six FRESHMEN THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE PJffT COLLEGE INDIAN §TLHDIENT§ WITH NO PICTURES SENIORS Mayme Bobbitt Junesboro, Ark. Morley Horton Jonesboro, Ark. ivian Raney Jonesboro, Ark. Mayme Shearer Brookland, Ark. JUNIORS Jane Borsch Helena, Ark. Virginia Lee Elder Mack Paragould, Ark. Arthur Markel Neelyville, Mo. Favorita Payne Marked Tree, Ark. Wessie Richie Jonesboro, Ark. SOPHOMORES Meredith Abernathy Jonesboro, Ark. ahntee Adams Jonesboro, Ark. John Arnold Jonesboro, Ark. Helen Barnhill Paragould, Ark. Moina Belford Reyno, Ark. Mrs. Virgie Breckenridge Jonesboro, Ark. Robert Downs Jonesboro, Ark. H. P, Maddox. Jr. Harrisburg, Ark. Charles Newton Jonesboro, Ark. Margaret Puryear Jonesboro, Ark. Crystal Foster Jonesboro. Ark. Bill Fuln Jonesboro. Ark. Jennie Glenn Campbell. Mo. Robert Hearn Brinkley, Ark. James Jones V ilonia, Ark. Eugene Smith Jonesboro, Ark. Olene Taylor Trumann, Ark. Wallace White Jonesboro, Ark. FRESHMEN Cecil L. Atkinson Jonesboro, Ark. Mouzon Blevins Jonesboro, Ark. Floyd R. Bridget- Jonesboro, Ark. Jack Clifford Rector, Ark. Dale Cooper Jonesboro, Ark. W. C. Couch, Jr. Harrisburg, Ark. Amber Dove Knobel. Ark. Lynn Harvey Arbyrd, Mo. Mary E. Hollingsworth Piggott, Ark. George Henry, Jr. Walnut Ridge, Ark. Tommy Hutchison Jonesboro, Ark. Donald Keller Jonesboro, Ark. Claude E. Lynch If ilson, Ark. Emma Jo Masner Monette, Ark. Constance Mattix Jonesboro, Ark. J. Donald Mobley Brookland, Ark. Fred Moore Net tie ton, Ark. Mertie O ' Brien Jonesboro, Ark. Edgar Peterson Jonesboro, Ark. Hugh Phelan Malvern, Ark. Juanita Ray Jonesboro, Ark. G. R. Ridings Arbyrd, Mo. Angus Rutledge Marianna, Ark. Leslie G. Sanderson Jonesboro, Ark. G. Edwin Scott Little Rock, Ark. Lorraine Secoy Jonesboro, Ark. J. Gordon Smith Searcy, Ark. Maxie Walls Little Rock, Ark. Berneda Watkins Leachville, Ark. Mary Ellen Wliite Jonesboro, Ark. Londa Marian Williams Bunker Hill. III. Page Seventy-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ibooi linn INFORMAL j f SNAPSHOT KD1TOR YF.E TIN-BOO The Campos Frem The Air Atosf Be S icA Can Yov A me Them Between H Gives Visitors Brain storm Hi S es Prexy We Grown Thee 4t Homecoming DukJe And Oof R.O.T.C. Con Pick Em Dr. Of 3v js The Swingouf They ' re fresh as Too " Poo- Poo " Must e nterest af Coach And Yes Mon Nice Work Co one And due en c iff Supper arrisburg Trio Waiting tSr fft y Frcshmtn On Duty tfeV ew ng Cere fo Oe " Last Time tn Uniftm The 3recrd Line Printer ' s i ew Tiny Ot Faculty Jont torinq Cop Use Mo Hooks Strof ng ? On f S ng e ed — The Mighty Yee Ens ' ' Shine £m Fresh its Qk ' ng iff Peppip? ft Up Trying To Sqvc Set tfe ' s Wnistti BOOK IV MILITARY ARKANSAS INDIAN I! WSEL T. I NT KltS GUY FRENCH JAMES EILEY First Lieutenant Hansel Winters is now the commanding officer of the State Battery, having received his appointment during the past year. Assistants to Lieutenant Winters are Second Lieutenant Guy W. French, and First Sergeant James Lilly. The State College Battery rendered valuahle assistance during the 1937 flood. The men were called out for duty and remained on guard for fifteen days, stationed in various danger zones in Eastern Arkansas. Page Ninety-Two NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ' ZOCTSH C. A., BATTERY C HANSEL T. WINTERS, First Lieutenant GUY W. FRENCH, Second Lieutenant JAMES LILLY, First Sergeant SERGEANTS Lewis Davis, Ellsworth McAllister, Minot Dolson, Bethany Faught, Edward Ross, George Edward Love, James Montgomery, and Homer McEwen. CORPORALS Meredith Abernathy, Paul Chambers, Edward Heath, Clark Hetherington, Orville Kelletl, Earl Kirk, Ray Pruett. FIRST CLASS PRIVATES John Breckenridge, Billv John Burkett, Henry E. Coe, Herbert Coe, James DeShazo. Edwin Garrison, George Glover, Millard Hardin. James Hyatt, David Johnston, Clifton Mack, Joe McGuire, Olan Parker, Jr., James Pearman. John M. Smith, Jr., Glenn Spurlock, Witt Wood. PRIVATES Bill Adams, Dewey Brown, G. W. Clements, Hall Coe, Delmar Conley, Rex Crockett. Robert Downs, Frank Elder, Harry Felley, Ellsworth Graham, Hadley Hays, John Horn, John Ed James, Jay Jordon, Donald Keller. Dorse Keller, Ernest Kerley, Newton Killough, Gene Lilly, T. H. Linn. Reed McConnell, Byron Moore, Newton Norris, James Permenter, Merle Peterson, Don Sanders, Leister Shannon, Bert Walker, Bill Watson, Billy Wilkes, Jerry Wimberly, J. K. Young. Ralph Beauchamp, Winford Osborn, and Tommy Hutchison. Page Ninety-Three NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE 3 COLLEGE INDIAN NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Front Row: ( ' lark Hethcrington. Meredith Abernathy. Ell-worth McAllister, James Lilly. Orville Kellett, J anies Montgomery Back. Row : Bethany [ ' aught. George Edward Love, Kay Pruett, Lewis Davis, Minot Dodson. Edward Ross. Not In Picture: Homer VIcEwen. Paul Chambers. Edward Heath. Earl Kirk. HONORARY COLON IE IL Members of Battery " C " elected Dorothy Conn, Harrisburg, to the highest honor given bj the Stale College National Guard Unit, that of Honorary Colonel. Chosen as members of Colonel Dorothy Conn ' s staff were Maggie Lew Hogue and Nina Crockett. These three co-eds reigned as com- manders at the Military Ball for members of the Guard, which was held April 9. DOROTHY CONN Page Ninety-Four NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN CAPT. JOHN LEWIS CAPT. BONIFACE CAMPBELL The first military department staff of any college faces the task of building the Reserve Offi- cers Corps LJnit from the ground, up. Not only mint the " day to day " ' problems of the Corps be solved, but long range policies must be adopted that will place the unit on a sound basis for the future. Arkansas State College has been fortunate in its first military staff. Major Corkill, the first Professor of Military Science and Tactics, is an officer of wide and varied experience, of sound judgment and high professional qualifications. Captain Campbell, Adjutant of the unit, is a highly efficient officer. Captain Lewis is an instructor in the unit and also sponsors the Pistol Associa- tion. Page Ninety-Six NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Left to Right: Arthur Snodgrass, Luther G. Skari, Leon G. Mitchell, Frank F. Marino, Earl M. Gaines, Paul M. Campbell, Marvin J. Frost, Tyree J. Campbell. ENLISTED DETACHMENT ' ' The backbone of the army is the noncommissioned man. " — Kipling. Officers of the regular army remain on any assignment fo r but a few years at most. This procedure is followed to give officers varied service and experience, and to assure an all-around development. The soldiers of the army, on the other hand, rarely change assignments. We look to them to provide the permanent personnel necessary for continuity of policy. Before being de- tailed on R. 0. T. C. duty, an enlisted man is examined carefully as to character and ability. State ' s first enlisted detachment numbers eight soldiers, with an aggregate service of one hun- dred and one years. The senior " noncom, " Technical Sergeant Gaines, has served with the colors for over twenty-three years, more than half of this service having been on R. 0. T. C. duty at Wash- ington University, St. Louis, Mo. Technical Sergeant Marino is the " dean " of the detachment. With nearly thirty years continuous service in the cavalry and field artillery, in stations from Honolulu to France, Sergeant Marino is looking forward to a well-earned retirement. 1 The re- maining members of the detachment came from the oft frozen fastnesses of Fort Des Moines, Iowa, and of Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Each of them is a specialist in at least one military subject, such as automotive repair, radio, telephones, instruments, materials, or administration. Withoul their specialized knowledge, the work of the unit would be hampered severely. Page Ninety-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN " keep ' em lolling. — The Caisson Song. Early in September, one hundred and fifty individuals in uniform. In November, four batteries, each a compact military organization. And in December, a Corps. That, in brief, is the history ol the U. ( ). I . C. unit during its first year. The Corps is organized into a Regiment of Fie Id Artillery, comprising a Band, and two Battal- ion-, each ol inn Batteries. ll positions of command are held by students, from Cadet Corporal to Cadet Colonel. In all the work of the Corps, the development of leadership is stressed; This ma} be termed its main objective — to develop leaders who can serve their communities and their nation. Under normal conditions, the work of the Corps begins with a period of organization and basic instruction in the earl ' , fall. Krom thi- phase, the work develops to that of the battery, battalion, and regiment, climaxed in the fall by a Dad ' s Day Review, and an Armistice Day Parade. In the winter months, the drills are pointed toward the Military Carnival, usually held early in April. When weather conditions are such that the Corps can remain out of doors consistently, the immedi- ate objective of the drill- ' heroines the Sponsor ' s Parade, at which the Corps pays its tribute to the co-ed wing of the College. An d finally, late in the year, comes the real and final objective — the Corps Area Inspection. At this Inspection, the Corps is examined by selected officers of the Regular Army, who test the year ' s work by question and by observation. This " exam " includes all phases of tin year ' s work, both class and practical. As a result of their observations, the Inspectors rate the Corps, comparing it with all other Senior R. 0. T. C. units in the Corps Area. The rating may be ' Excellent. " " Satisfactory, " or " I nsatisfactory, " the first-named being the highest possible— an " H. " ..J ' m v ' JEigbi NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN BATTERY A Cadet Captain. NX ' . C. Hetherington ; Cadet First Sergeant, C. B. Glover; Cadet Sergeant, W. E. Osburn; Guidon. J. K. Permentcr: Cadet Corporals. A. M. Bradford. Jr., J. R. Br adford, G. R. Efutson, N in NN oo.l: Cadets. I ' . Nl. Billiard. E. E. Coivin, I). C. Conley, R. H. Crockett, J. G. Eng- lish. A I ' . K an-. NN . . F aught, E. N. Freeman, D. Hamner, E. H. Horton, F. W. Hunt, V. R. Jolliff, T. H. Linn, B. E. Moore, J. W. Osborne. S. I.. Phipps, G. W. Pitts. B. B. Richardson, F. A. Rodgers. A. Rutledge, G. R. Scott, 0. R. Scott. K. Thompson, A. II. I nderwood, J. P. Walton, J. Nl. N imberly. BATTERY B Cadet Captain, M. G. Hardin: Cadet First Sergeant. J. Breckenridge ; Cadet Sergeant, H. P. Maddox; Guidon. J. Jenkins; Cadet Corporals. J. J. Jordan. J. M. Lentz, J. D. McGuire, W. L. Ward; Cadets. P. H. Allbright, J. L. Barnes, F. R. Bridger, A. H. Caldwell, B. P. Daugherty, G. C. Driver, E. H. Garrison, I. Gray, P. Gray, J. R. Gregson, H. J. Hendrex, C. G. Holbrook. J. G. Hughes. R. H. Hughey. C. A. Jackson. W. C. Kin ard, J. E. Lentz, C. E. Lynch, H. A. Meacham, E. H. Phelan, G. J. Smith, J. L. Swindle. Page One Hundred NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN BATTERY C Cadet Captain, N. F. Roleson; Cadet First Sergeant, 0. E. Parker, Jr.; Cadet Sergeant, W. Allen, Jr.; Guidon, V. H. Kays; Cadet Corporals, R. H. Andrews, T. Huchison, N. O. Killough, W. S. Newsom; Cadets, B. C. Barksdale, J. D. Adams, H. W. Bloodworth, D. R. Burford, A. C. Caldwell, P. E. Calvert, F. Crager, E. W. Graham, W. B. Hunt, F. F. Huson, E. V. Ivy, R. W. Kasser- man, J. B . Lauderdale, J. R. Mason, E. M. Milner, Jr., E. A. Peterson, C. G. Potter, H. H. Pryor, F. J. Raymond, A. B. Showalter, W. Sifford, J. E. Storey, J. L. Stacy, G. W. Wester, J. M. Wike, Win. J. Wood. BATTERY D Cadet Captain, P. M. Chambers; Cadet First Sergeant, R. Pruett; Cadet Sergeant, R. Osborne; Guidon, G. E. Scott; Cadet Corporals, J. L. Beard, C. H. Newton, D. L. Sanders, B. S. Smith; Cadets, N. M. Allen, C. L. Atkinson, V. P. Barwick, W. R. Burrow, E. Butts, R. A. Chipman, G. D. Cooper, C. L. Davis, Jr., W. E. Ebbert, E. Fairiey, R. D. Ferrell, L. Harvey, B. R. Holt, F. P. Moore, F. M. Niell, H. H. Pratt, J. D. Ramsey, G. R. Ridi ngs, W. M. Stallings, H. C. Stuck, M. E. Walls, S. V. Wyatt. Page One Hundred and One NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE W ' l COLLEGE INDIAN R. O.T. C. IB AIM ID CADET CAPTAIN: Lewis Da is. CADET FIRST SERGEANT: J. F. Halley. CADET SERGEANT: John Horn. CADET CORPORALS: L. R. Brazeal, L. V. Hancock, H. L Kimbro, J. M. Williams. CADETS: L. I{. Amluirgey, I!. W. Beauchamp, M. Blevins, H. E. Bonner, Charles Bower, Char- les Clark, J. E. Clifford. I. P. Crane, Hal Dietrich, F. R. Elder, M. C. Grisham, David Hamilton, G. E. Henry, M. A. Kelletl, Jack Kincaid, W. L. Mayfield, J. O. Powell, C. E. Robinson, L. G. Sanderson. I!. II. Selinee. Many colleges exist without line buildings, shops, and laboratories. Colleges have been known to survive what must have been an austere, drab, and forbidding history without co-eds. But never has there been a college worthy of that name that did not have a band. State, being a college, has a band. Being a good college, it has a good band. This has been true for many years. This year the band became a pari of the R. 0. T. C. It is uniformed, well equipped, and given instruction in marching by the. R. 0. T. C. Musical training now, as for the past several years, is directed by Lieutenant Cu French, whose wide musical experience and sound technical knowledge make him the ideal choice for this position. The annual activities of the band start in the fall, with a period of organization and group training. Work is started immediately in preparation for the fall reviews and parades of the R. 0. T. C., and for the home football games. The band not only furnishes incidental music during each home football game, but also stages a marching exhibition between the halves. The exhibition usually includes marching in formation, and evolutions to form letters honoring the home team and the visiting team. Following the fall season, the band settles down to a period of " musical training " in prepara- tion for the spring season. During the winter phase, the band provides music at home basketball games. It may also furnish one or more chapel programs, and take part in special outside events. This year, for example, the band took part in the Inaugural Parade at Little Rock in January, as the representative of Northeast Arkansas. Following the " closed " season, the band furnishes music as before for the Military Carnival, the Sponsor ' s Parade, and the Corps Area Inspection, in addi- tion to college functions. Page One Hundred and Two NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN fL O. T. C. PISTOL SQUAD Don Sanders, Kelly Thompson, A. H. Caldwell, Walter Ward, Paul Gray, Lyman Amburgey, Charles Robinson, Clark Hetherington, Joe Mason, Howard Stuck, Billie Newsom, Robert Ferrell, Marvin Grisham. Lloyd Mayfield. ATHLETIC CHAMPS BOXING TEAM: Charles Jackson, Jay Jordon, Winford Osburn, Kelly Thompson. Charles Newton, Joe Osborne, Richard Osborne, Dan Adams, Claude Lynch, Jess Wike, Howard Blood- worth, G. W. Wester, Amos Underwood, Lloyd Mayfield, Joe Wood, Maxie Walls, Robert An- drews, Francis Raymond, Millard Hardin, Elbert Milner, Jack Clifford, George Henry. SOFTBALL TEAM: Latham Stacy, Olan Parker, Jr., Butler Barksdale, Frank Moore, James Storey, Howard Bloodworth, Victor Ivy, Tommv Hutchison, Walter Allen, Francis Raymond, Phil- lip Calvert, James Lauderdale. BASKETBALL TEAM: Paul Gray, Robert Hughey, Charles Driver, Randolph Gregson, A. H. Caldwell, James Hunt, Charles Jackson, Harris Meacham, Walter Ward, J. L. Swindle. SWIMMING TEAM: Don Sanders, James Jenkins, Kelly Thompson, Howard Bloodworth, Fred Niel 1 . One Hundred and Three NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ATHLETIC STAFF Herbert B. Schwartz Leslie Speck Wendell Davis Amy Little Frank Hughey - Athletic Director - Football and Track - Basketball Women ' s Intramurals Assistant Football Arkansas State College has probably the youngest coaching staff in the south. And, certainly, our group of mentors is one of the most efficient. Herbert Schwartz is the director and co- ordinator of all athletics on the campus, var- sity and intramural. He arranges schedules, checks eligibility, and handles all details. Leslie Speck coaches the Indians on the gridiron in the fall, and in the spring he HERBERT B. SCHWARTZ coaches the tribe on the track. Wendell Davis leads the basketball squad during the winter months. Miss Amy Little is the coach of girls ' sports. Leslie and Wendell both starred in varsity competition for State College. With Speck it was the football field, and with Davis it was the basketball court. Frank Hughey was appointed last fall to assist Coach Speck in leading the football squad. LESLIE SPECK AMY LITTLE WENDELL DAVIS Page One Hundred and Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN James Hyatt Arline Bullard Helen McDonald Byron Moore CHEER LEADERS James lhalt was I he 19:57 head cheer leader. I lis troupe was chosen after a series of tests to select the mo.-t capable yell leaders. rhe veil leaders helped the -Indent- cheer the Indian- to victories on the gridiron, the court, and the track. David Ellison, Wynne, was also a member of the cheer-leading squad, but illness forced his retirement. The cheer leaders in their white uniforms with the red " A ' s " and red sashes, colorfully augmented State ' s athletic contests. Page One Hundred and Six NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Page One Hundred and Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED T H I R T Y - S E V E N Ivan Bu-i " Hall Coe Lynn Frets George Glover Center Full Intel,- Halfback Halfback FOOTBALL STATE BEATS MOlNTICELLO Page One Hundred and Eight NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN I Jim Gooch Millard Hardin John Ed James Orville Kellett Left End Left Tackle Halfback Right End fage One Hundred and Nine NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN Clifton Mad Charles Miller William Miller Joe McGuire Left End Halfback . Right End Left Guard FOOTBALL Page One Hundred and Ten NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Page One Hundred and Eleven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN Page One Hundred and Twelve NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN Robert Hughey Dorse Keller Orville Kellett Newton Norris Guard. Reserve Forward. Varsity Forward, Reserve Forward, Varsity Page One Hundred and Thirteen NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN Leister Shannon Latham Sta: Walter Ward Jacoh Williams Forward, Varsity Forward, Reserve Center, Varsity Forward, Reserve Page One Hundred and Fourteen NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN Page One Hundred and Fifteen NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN Harr) Meredith Hurdles. ' arsily Glenn Spurlock Distances, I arsity Kunkel a nce Distances. I arsifa Bert Walker 11 eights. I arsily TRACK III RDLING TRIO Orville Ki-llett 1 ' ii e I anil. High Jam p. Broad Jain p. I arsitj mm Page One Hundred and Sixteen NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN John Breckenridge Broad Jumps Enimett Colvin Distances Foy Evans Dashes James Jenkins Dashes TRACK OVER THE TOP Frank Angelo Dashes Page One Hnndred and Seventeen NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE f C O LLEGE INDIAN David Johnston Weights, Reserve James Pearman Dashes. Reserve Donald Keller II eights. Reserve Charles Potter Discus. Reserve Wilson Sifford Discus. Reserve KELLETT l THE CLOUDS E : Page One Hundred and Eighteen NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN Boys Jntramukal Winners BuAfoao. WHS MA eit Mttch Q. Q. S. WIN 0AS k£ ? " ba l l TEAMS N ACTIO F A3T TMAM TfiACKMEN SHUFFLE BO ARC? ACffON SCEN E WAOMIHTOH Girls Intramural Teams ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN if A " CILLJIB OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Bill Adams John Ed James Newton Norris Ed Ross H. B. Schwartz Formed of men who have lettered in an or all of State College ' s three major sports — football, bas- ketball, and track the " A Club operate- a- a iinil organization for Indian varsity men. BILL ADAMS First Row I left to right I : James Lilly. Ed R Allister, Elbert Milner, Clifton Mack, Neil Sherr Second Row: Wendell Davis, John M. Smith, Hams, Ivan Busby, Kunkel Vance, Jim Gooch, Wi Third Row: Leslie Speck. H. B. Schwartz, Ge Coe, Glenn Spurlock. Leister Shannon, James Hu Not in Picture: Joe Wood, Orville Kellett. Pa McGuire, Walter Ward, Dorse Keller. G. W. Clem James Hyatt. Walter Allen, Frank Rogers, James oss, Bob Downs. Millard Hardin, Ellsworth Mc- od, Bill Adams. Newton .Norris, John Breckenridge, Major McWil- lliam Miller, John Ed James. orge Glover, Harry Meredith, Charles Miller, Hall nt, Robert Andrews, W. T. Baldwin, ul Chambers, Lynn Frets, Edward Heath, Joe ents, Edward Horton, Harry Felley, Bert Walker, DeShazo, James Montgomery. Page One Hundred and Twenty-Two NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ELLSWORTH McALLISTER AGRICULTURE CLUB OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Ellsworth McAllister Blaine Barker Paul Chambers Landis Smith H. W. Hollard Since 1917 the Agriculture Club has been active on the College campus. It was first known as the Hoof and Horn Club. The Ag Barn Dance is always an outstanding event on the social calendar. First Row (left to right) : Kelly Thompson, La Verne Myrick, Troy Lee Robinson, Landis Smith, Blaine Barker, Ellsworth McAllister, H. W. Hollard, Millard Hardin, Earl Kirk, Frank Watson, Mack A. Kellett, Neil Sherrod. Second Row: Morris Thomas, Foy Evans, Glenn Spurlock, James Pearman, Rex Crockett, George Edward Love, John Horn, James DeShazo, David Johnston, Frank Angelo, Charles Miller. Third Row: James Permenter, Byron Moore, Robert Moore, Ralph Ziegenhorn, Butler Barks- dale, Major McWilliams, Billy Wilkes, Herbert Coe, Murray Cobb, Amos Underwood, James K. Young. Not in Picture : Paul Chambers, Kunkel Van ce, Eddie Heath. Page One Hundred and Twenty-Three NINETEEN HUNDRED ' THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN MIXED CINOIRLI§ Director C. E. McMeans t . E. McMEANS The Mixed Chorus has the important function of combining with the Jonesboro Choral Club, annually al Christmas-time, to present Handel ' s sacred ora- torio, " The Messiah. " Several soloists are furnished In the Mixed Chorus for this artistie presentation, as well as the group voices of the members of the Chorus. C. E. McMeans is director of the Mixed Chum-. Men " - (dee Club, and A Cappella Choir. Eirst Row I left to right): Thelma Koehler. Eloise Alcott, Nancv Gilmore, Gwendolyne Cox, Barbara Baughn. Dorotln Lea Lines. Almarie Stamf s, Jane Williamson, Dorothy Conn, Helen Hetherington. Second Row: Louise Sturdivant, Jennie Mae Jackson, Mary Emma Hickox, Jeanne Harrison, Imogene Baker. Frances Dawson. Winnie B. Stone, Ann Swanson, Hazel Wilson, Rosa Spurlock, Virginia Echols. Evelyn Fitzgerald. Dorothy Agee. Third Row: Juaniti Chunn. James McHaney, Frank Elder, Landis Smith. Billie ewsom, C. E. McMeans, David Banks. Addison Bradford. Ernest Nval Johnson. Hunter Kimbro, Alverda Gibson. Page One Hundred and T wenty-Fuur NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN MEN ' S GIL IE IE CLUB Front Row (left to right I : John Robbs, Orville White, Billy Wyatt. James McHaney, C. E. McMeans, Hunter Kimbro, Landis Smith. Ernest Sanders, Addison Bradford, Newton Killough. Second How: Thad Brown, Ernest Johnson, James Hunt. Frank Elder, Paul Gray, Billie Newsom, David Banks, Jimmy Parish, Howard Bloodworth. A CAIPIPIEILILA CHOIR Left to Right: Imogene Baker. Helen Hetherington, Jennie Mae Jackson, John Robbs, Frank Elder. Rohert Brazeal, Hunter Kimbro, Landis Smith, Billy Wyatt, Winnie B. Stone, Mrs. C. E. McMeans, Marzee Ann Rowan, Ann Swanson, Barbara Baughn, Virginia Purvis, Dorothy Lea Lines. Not in Picture: Nancy Gilmore, Fred Niell, Billy Newsom. Ernest Johnson, James McHaney. Page One Hundred and Twenty-Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN DRAMATIC CLUE OFFICERS President .... - William Watson Vice-President .... Juanita Chunn Secretary Mildred Liddell Treasurer Alverda Gibson Sponsor - Helen Thornton Presenting plays and dramatic skits in the College chapel, town theatre, and local radio station are some of the activities of the Dramatic Club, one of the lar- gest and most active clubs on the campus. WILLIAM WATSON a n °rs n First Row I left to right I : Gwineva Cupp. Mabel Robins, Mary Ellen White, Barbara Baughn, Juanita Langford, Gladys Fisher. Jo Doris Hear ne, Virginia Echols. Second Row : Mildred Carter, Arline Bullard. Frank Watson, Troy Lee Robinson, Richard Bradford. Ernest Johnson. William Watson. Helen Thornton. Juanita Chunn. Alverda Gibson, Mil- dred Liddell. Robert Andrews, John M. Smith. Jr., Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans. Third Row: Frances Dawson. Wanda Richards. Mary Ann Faulkner. Nancy Gilmore, Mary Ann Richards, Major McWilliams, William Miller, David Banks, Charles Miller, Neil Sherrod, Willie Rose Cain. Jennie Mae Jackson. Harriett Woods ide, Aldean Price, Eleanor Ruth Groves. Fourth Row: Ann Adelle Whitaker, Joy Gregory, Jane Williamson, Kathleen King, Thelma Koch lei . Herschel Hendrex, Mack Kellett, Ernest Kerley, Howard Bloodw orth, Melba McMann, Edwin Garriso n, Audrey Leader. Imogene Baker, Jeanne Gardner. Page One Hundred and Twenty-Six NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY - SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN CIIIRCUILO ESPAIMOL OFFICERS President Juanita Chunn Vice-President .... - Virginia Lee Secretary-Treasurer - Daisy Wyatt Sponsor ----- Dr. D. F. Pasmore Spanish customs, culture, dress, language, and laws are studied in this group. This organization seeks to promote a keener interest in Spanish people and their language. First Row I left to right): Daisy Wyatt. Camilla Sharp, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Juanita Chunn. Virginia Lee, Betsy Ledbetter, Ruth Harrison, Catherine Renshaw. Second Row: Mary Cecilia Cohen, Helen McDonald, Howard Stuck, David Burford, Lynn Frets, Victor H. Kays, Maggie Lew Hogue, Kath ryn Bittinger. Not in Picture: Dorothy Agee, Mary Louise Franklin. James Ramsey, James K. Young, Evelyn Gaither, Lorene Bailey, William Hunt, Jay Jordan. Page One Hundred and Tirrnly-Sercii NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN IE 11 IE IE IRS CLUB OFFICERS President Glenn Fowler Vice-President - Ray Pruett Secretary-Treasurer Esra Coe Sponsor J. R. Marvin Being one of the oldest organizations on the campus, the Engineers Club is an active group. St. Patrick ' s Day having been set aside as National Engineers Dav, the local engineer.-- celebrate annualh on this date with the Engineers Ball and Exhibit, and an Engineers edition of the Arkansas State College Herald. GLENN l LEU First Row i left to right): W r inford Wyatt, Lewis Davis, Louis McBride, Reginald Dover, Ray Pruett. J. R. Marvin, Glenn Fowler, Esra Coe, Victor H. Kays, Bert Walker. Second Row: William Kunhing, Raymond Chipman. Victor Wyatt, Lyman Amburgey, A. H. Caldwell, William E. Arnold. William Newsom, Alan Showalter. Dewey Brown, Ira Gray, Yee Tin-Boo. Page One Hundred and TwentyrEighi NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN HERALD ST A IFF Sponsor Leland W. Plunkett This group publishes the Arkansas State College Herald, a bi-weekly publication which aims to pre- sent the true life activities of the College students. The plan of rotating editorship is used so that each member of the staff shares in the responsibility of editing the paper. The Arkansas State College Herald is printed in the College Print Shop. LELAND PLUNKETT First Row (left to right): Helen Hetheringto n, Orvilie Kellett, Kenneth Powell, Orville White. Leland Plunkett. William Watson, John M. Smith, Jr.. Mary Ann Richards. Second Row: Mrs. Irene Clements William Miller, Howard Hicks, Clarence Adams, Alverda Gibson. ? ot In Picture: William Wyatt, Paul Chambers, Neil Sherrod. Pne p Our Huudrrd nu 1 Turn v Niur NINE TEE N HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE Hst ? COLLEGE INDIAN HOME ECONOMICS OFFICERS President ------- Daisv Wvatt Vice-President Gvvendolvne Cox Secretary-Treasurer - - - Modena Callaway Sponsor Mrs. Mary Brown This is the club in which girls learn all the fine points in boiling water and sewing on buttons. The girls cooperate with the g boys in man) social func- tions throughout the year. First Row i left to right 1 : Helen Davis. Gladys I ' i.-her. Jo Doris Hearne. Daisy W yatt. Mrs. Mary Brown. Gwendolyne Cox, Marcel la McGlasson, Ann Adelle hi taker. Almarie Stamps, Joy Gregory. Second Row: Martha Osborne, Eileen Jones, Carolyn Weatherton, Mrs. Irene Clements, Alberta Schell, DeMaris Graham. Mildred Liddell. Alice Horn, Hazel Wilson, Bettye Sue Fortenberry. Kathleen King. Marion Cathcart. Third Row : Ann Roberts. Evelyn Fitzgerald. Io la Fllegood, Monnie Morton, Mrs. John M. Smith. Jr.. Juanita Langford. Aletrus Rauls. Rosa Spurl ock, Helen Nunnally. Harriett Woodside. Not In Picture: Virginia Lee, Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans, Hazel Gray, Mary Mae Collins. Page One Hundred and Thirl x DAISY YATT NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ■ HAMBERS 1 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OIL LIB OFFICERS President Paul Chambers Vice-President Paul Br; Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Mildred Carter Dr. Marv Walters This is one of the many organizations of various colleges over the world sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This club, dur- ing the year, sponsors picture shows and lectures of interest to the whole student body, as well as social functions for its members. First Row (left to right): Mildred Carter. Helen Hetherington, Clarence Adams, Howard Hicks. Dr. Mai) Walters, Paul Brann, Patsy Haynes, Ann Barlow, Mary Ann Faulkner. Second Row: Monnie Morton, Mrs. Irene Clements, William Kunhing, Ira Gray, Alan Showalter, James DeShazo, Kenneth Powell, Alice Horn, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Jones. Not In Picture: Paul Chambers. Page One Hundred and Thirty-One NINETEEN HUNDRED TH! R T Y - S E V E -N ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN LIES AICTIISTIES OFFICERS President - Mildred Fiddell Vice-President Helen Nunnalh Secretary-Treasurer Daisy Wya ' t Sponsor Martha Lou Lassiter Where artists-in-the-making practice and discuss problem- in I lie Held of ail. .r Art isles are active in the social and recreational life of the student as well as the fine points of carving and painting. ► MILDRED L1DDELL First Row l left to right ' : Cynthia Crum, Aldean Price. Daisy Wyatt, Helen Nunnally, Mildred Liddell, Almarie Stamps. Thelma Koehler, Virginia Purvis, Barhara Baughn. Second Row: Helen Davis. Ann Roljerts, Joy Gregory, Eileen Jones, Alverda Gibson, Alherta Davis, Marion Cathcart, Maxine Whitsitt, Bettve Sue Fortenberry. jNot In Picture: Martha Lou Lassiter, Juanita Allen. Bonnie Ballew. Ivan Busby, Mary Cecilia Cohen. Preston Crane, Nina Crockett, Man Louise Franklin. Fannie Mary Garrett. Evelyn Gaither, William Kunhing. Charles Miller. William Miller. Ham English. Past One Hundred and Thirl ' ) Tw NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE % WT COLLEGE INDIAN LIE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS r ORVILLE WHITE President - Orville While Vice-President Paul Brann Secretary Mildred Carter Treasurer ------ Mary Claire Murphy Sponsor Dr. D. F. Pasmore This organization aims to increase the student ' s knowledge of the French language, improve his ability to speak and comprehend French, and to cultivate within him an interest in France, as to its customs, laws, and people. French Week is observed annually by the club, with appropriate programs and entertainments. First Row (left to right): Alice Horn. Virginia Echols, Mrs. John M. Smith, Jr., Mary Claire Murphy, Mildred Carter, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Orville White, Patsy Haynes, Paul Brann, Ann Barlow, Aldean Price, Dorothy Conn. Second Row: Louise Walker, Gladys Fisher, Jennie Mae Jackson, Frances Dawson, Gwendolyne Cox, Mary Ann Richards, Mary Ann Faulkner. Mel ba McMann, Meredith McDonald. Barbara Baughn. Harriett Woodside. Eleanor Ruth Groves, Louise Sturdivant. Third Row: Raymond Chipman, John Robbs, James K. Young, Billy Wyatt, James Hunt. James Parish, Alan Showalter. Kenneth Powell, Ernest Johnson, Eldon Fairley. Not In Picture: Joyce Hicks, Frances Holland, Marjorie Kincannon, Fannie Mary Garrett. Kath- erine Lane. Muriel Harper. Audrey Leader, Mary June Booker, Mary Louise Braden. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Three NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE l lS M COLLEGE INDIAN OIRCIMIESTIRA Director Guv French The College Orchestra ranks with the best extra- curicular activities on the campus. The group pres- ents many chapel programs and recitals, and always offers a variety of classical, semi-classical, ami pop- ular music, arranged to afford the greatest possible interest to the students. Each year, the orchestra makes several trip- to towns in the territory served by Arkansas State Col- lege, and presents programs in the schools, com- munity centers, or churches for the entertainmenl of the residents. Fay Clard is the chief assistant lo Gu) French in the direction of the orchestra. GUI TRENCH First Row (left to right I : Newton Killough, Lloyd Hancock, George Henry, Isabel Wynn. Mary Louise Braden, Alice Horn. Katie Sanders. Virginia Hague, Fred Niell, Jacob Williams, Fay Ciardy, Second Row : Charles Clark. John Horn. G. W. Pitts. Marie Adams, Fred Lines, James Parish. James Halley, Lyman Amburgev. Marjorie Kincannon. Frank Flder. Charles Robinson, David Ham- ilton. Third Row: Marvin Grisham, Lewis Davis, Mouzon Blevins. Hunter Kimbro, Jack Clifford, Lloyd Mayfield, Robert Schnee. Not In Picture: Guy French. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Four N I N E T EEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN IDANCIE OIRCIHIESTIRA Director Lewis Davis Music by Lewis Davis ' s orchestra is the height of entertainment on the State campus. The Collegians furnish the rhythm for all dances. On fast or slow tempo their harmony instills romance into the hearts of State College students. Billy Wyatt, tenor, is the LEWIS DAVIS vocalist for the orchestra. The orchestra plays many commercial engagements other than College dances, and enjoys a favorable reputation over this part of the state. Left to Right: James Parish, James Halley, Lewis Davis, Mary Davis, J. 0. Powell, Billy Wyatt, John Horn, Lloyd Hancock, Horace Bonner. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS S T A T h l jSlN COLLEGE INDIAN PHI TIHIETA KAPPA OFFICERS President Lloyd Hancock Vice-President .... Reginald Dover Secretary Frances Holland Treasurer Clark Hetherington Sponsor li . Iar Brown Phi Theta Kappa was the first Creek letter hon- orar) fraternity to he organized on the campus. Alpha Eta Chapter was installed in 1 ' ). " (). The purpose f the organization is to promote scholarship. de elop character, and cultivate iel low ship. i.i.mi) ii wcock First Row i left to right!: Robert Ferrell, Eldon Fairley, Newton Killough, Mary Ellen White, Marzee Ann Rowan. Mary Louise Braden. Mar June Booker. Virginia Crews, Audre) Leader, Bar- bara Baughn, David Burford. James Ramsey, Lloyd Mayfield. Se ond Row: Marcella McGlasson. Harriett Woodside, DeMaris Graham. Gwendoline Cox. Wal- lace White, Lloyd Hancock, Clark Hetherington, Almarie Stamps, Mrs. Mary Brown. Gladys Fisher, Helen McDonald. Muriel Harper, Jamae Hatfield. Third Row: Paul Brann, Helen Hetherington. Wessie Richie. Helen Nunnally, Nancy Gilmore, Majorie Kincannon, Ann Barlow 7 , Alice Horn, Patsy Haynes, Mrs. H. W. Hollard, Virginia Lee, Mary Emma Hickox, Mary Claire Murphy, Frances Holland, Yee Tin-Boo. Fourth Row: Orville White, Ernest Sanders, Ralph Ziegenhorn, Howard Hicks. John Horn, Char- les Nutter, Winford Wyatt. James Parish, Millard Hardin, Reginald Dover, James Hunt. J. K. Young. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Six NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY. SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE f PSr COLLEGE INDIAN IP II GAMMA ilU OFFICERS President Orville White Vice-President .... Howard Hicks Secretary Eleanor Heuver Sponsor Dr. D. F. Showal ' .er Beta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, national honor social science fraternity, has been in existence since 1934. The inculcation of ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude and method and social service in the study of all social problems is the aim of this or- ganization. First Row I left to right): Dr. Mary Watters, Mildred Carter, Howard Hicks, Dr. D. F. Show- alter, Miss Eleanor Heuver, Orville White, Patsy Haynes, Ann Barlow. Paul Brann. Second Row: Helen Hetherington. Bernice Livelihood, James H. Mason, James DeShazo. Alice Horn, Mrs. H .W. Hollard. Not In Picture: Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown, Marjorie Kincannon, Ernest Sanders. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN PRESS CLUB OFFICERS President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Paul Chambers Mary Ann Richards Leland Plunkett Organized eight ears ago for the purpose of fuh filling the need.- of students interested in journalism and to publish the Arkansas State College Herald, the Press Club now assists in publishing the Herald and through the journalism classes, helps those stu- dents who are not acquainted with this work to con- tribute to the paper. Iliis group visits the oi l ices of metropolitan newspapers to gain a newspaper work. better :ht to PAUL CHAMBERS First Row ileft to right i : Mrs. Irene Clements, Orville Kellett, Helen Hetheringt on, Kenneth Powell, Mary Ann Richards. Leland Plunkett. William Wat- on. Orville White, John Ml Smith, Jr., Alverda Gibson. Howard Hicks. Second Row: Alary Emma Hickox. Melba Mr Mann. Man Claire Murphy, William Miller. James DeShazo, Clarence Adams, Fannie Mary Garrett. Eleanor Ruth Groves, Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans. Cynthia Crum. Third Row: Edwin Garrison, Olan Parker. Jr., Billv Wilkes, John Horn, David Banks, Millard Hardin. Charles Miller, Ernest Sanders, Wallace White. Not in Picture: Paul Chambers, William Wya tt. Mrs. John M. Smith. Jr. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Eight NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE MARY ANN RICHARDS COLLEGE INDIAN W. A. A. OFFICERS President Mary Ann Richards Vice-President Camille Belford Secretary-Treasurer • - - Harriett Woodside Sponsor Amy Little Women ' s Athletic Association carries out the wo- men ' s intramural program, and encourages physical training for all College girls. Letters are awarded on the basis of participation in sports. This organ- ization awards a trophy to the most outstanding girl athlete each year. " saBm 1T% r rs o O f) P H o ■■■■ First Row I left to right): Mary Elizabeth Ro son, Mildred Liddell, Camille Belford, Amy Little Claire Murphy, Aldean Price, Louise Walker, Car Second Row: Dorothy Bowers, Helen Hetherin Alberta Schell, Thelma Koehler, Gwendolyne Cox, King, Ann Roberts, Aletrus Rauls, Gladys Fisher, Third Row: Mabel Robins, Lucile Lichtenb Harper, Helen Davis, Melba McMann, Wanda Ric nett, Loyce Mae Braden, Johnnye Lee, Ann Adelle Not In Picture: Iola Pvland, Katherine Mayb secrans, Mildred Carter, Eileen Jones, Hazel Wil- Mary Ann Richards, Harriett Woodside, Mary rie Mae Owen. gton, Wessie Richie, Gwineva Cupp, Minnie Gay, Mary Alice Swindle, Jane Williamson, Kathleen Evelyn Fitzgerald. erger, Jeanne Gardner, Madelene Chiles, Muriel hards, Pauline Rawls, Winnie B . Stone, Doris Bar- Whitaker, Eleanor Ruth Groves. erry. Page One Hundred and Thirty-Nine NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY - S E ; V ; E N: ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Y. ML C. A. OFFICERS President William Watson Vice-President Millard Hardin Secretary-Treasurer - Paul Chambers Sponsor Dr. W. W. Nedrow Y. M. C. A. has proved a great aid in religious training among the young men of the College. This organization promotes social and Christian life among the students. Fach Sunda evening this group meets together for discussion of interesting problems. [LLIAM WATSON First Row I left to right I : Louis McBride, La ndis Smith, Earl Kirk, f rank Watson, William Watson. Millard Hardin, kunkel am e. Dr. . . Nedrow, Troy Lee Rohinson, Glenn Fowler. Second Row: Raymond Chipman, J. L. Swind le, Blaine Barker. A. H. Caldwell. Bill Daugherty. James DeShazo, Eldon Fairley, James Ramsey. Third Row: Byron Moore, William Kunhing, Robert Moore, Newton Killough. Murray Cobb, James K. Young, Amos Lnderwood. Not In Picture: W. C. Couch, Paul Chambers. Tommy Thompson, Walter Stallings. Page One Hundred and Forty NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ¥. W., C. A. OFFICERS MARY ANN RICHARDS President Vice-President Secretary Sponsor Mary Ann Richards Gwendolyne Cox Bettye Sue Fortenberry Bernice Livengood Y . W. C. A. has been a potent factor in devel- oping ideals and building character among the girls or. the campus. The symbol, the triangle, represents Y. W. C. A. ' s threefold purpose to develop its mem- bers mentally, physically, and spiritually. o r o r First Row I left to right ) : Eileen Jones, Mild red Carter, Joy Gregory, Audrey Leader, Gwen- dolyne Cox, Bernice Livengood, Mary Ann Richards, Bettye Sue Fortenberry, Marjorie Kincannon, V irginia Echols, Ann Adelle Whitaker, Almarie Stamps. Second Row: Pauline Rawls, Kathleen King, Alberta Schell, Wanda Richards, DeMaris Graham, Mildred Liddell, Camille Belford, Winnie B. Stone, Melba McMann, Jane Williamson, Doris Bar- nett, Hazel Wilson, Minnie Gay. Third Row: Lucile Lichtenberger, Helen Davis, Mary Claire Murphy, Gwineva Cupp, Mary Alice Swindle. Alverda Gibson, Kate Detrich. Rosa Spuriock, Ann Roberts, Gladys Fisher, Aletrus Rauls, Barbara Baughn, Melba Thompson. Not In Picture: Matilene Seal, Dorothy Jones. Amber Dove. Pae,r One Hundred mul Forty-One NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE 4 COLLEGE INDIAN 1193 " ' " INDIAN STAFF Howard J. Hicks i 1 1 i ill n atson Paul Chambers Leland Plunkett Dr. John R. Patty Editor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Editorial dvisoi Sponsor HOW A R I ) HICKS The 1931 Indian ' s class editors were Clarence Adams, junior: Clark Hetherington. sophomore: and G. W. Pitts, freshman. Charles Miller and Virginia Purvis receive credit for the art work. Millard Hardin and Orville Kellett were the sport editors. Dr. I). I " . Showalter served a- Student File Committee representative. Man Ann Richards filled the position of organizations editor. idp Row (left to right i : William Watson. Paul Chamhers, Leland Plunkett, Clarence Adam.-. Clark Hetherington, C. W. Pitts. Bottom Row: Charles Miller. Virginia Purvis, Millard Hardin, Or ilie Kellett. Dr. 1). F. Show alter. Vlan Ann Richards. DR. J. R. PATTY f 1 • If J V jj Page One Hum red and Forty-Two N I N E T E E N HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE g3RT COLL E GE INDIAN 11937 " INDIAN " Winford Wyatt Glenn Fowler James Lilly Edwin Garrison William Wyatt STAFF Business Manager Associate Business Manager Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Printing Supervisor WINFORD WATT The Indian was designed and arranged by Winford Wyatt. Lewis Davis was humor editor for the Indian. Bil Miller produced the features. ee Tin-Boo garnered most of the snapshots and edited that division. Mildred Liddell executed the mounting editor ' s position and Paul Brann indexed the book. Frank Watson was the junior manager and Bi:ly Wilkes, sophomore manager. Stenographic work was the responsibility of Mary Claire Murphy and Helen Hetherington. Top Row (left to right I : Glenn Fowler, James Lilly, Edwin Garrison. Lewis Davis, Yee Tin-Boo, William Miller. Bottom Row: Mildred Liddell, Paul Brann, Mary Claire Murphy, Frank Watson, Helen Hetherington, Billy Wilkes. Page One Hundred and Forty-Three NINETEEN HUNDRED ' THIRTY. SEVEN PRE-LAW CLUB First Row I left to right ) : Neil Sherrod, LaVe rne Myrick. Olan Parker, Charles Lipsky, James Gooch. Edwin Garrison, Sec y., Berl Smith. V.-Pres., Millard Hardin, Pres., Leland Plunkett. Spon- sor. John M. Smith, Orville White, Billy Wilkes, Mack Kellett. Charles Miller. Second Row: Amos Underwood, A. H. Caldwell, Clarence Adams, William Miller, Glenn Thom- as, James DeShazo, Ernest Kerley, Major McWilliams, Richard Bradford, Rex Crockett, James Pear- man, Blaine Barker, James Hyatt. Third Row: Byron Moore, Howard Bloodworth. Morris Thomas. James Ramsey, Robert Andrews, James McHaney, Jerry Wimherly, Addison Bradford, Joe Hughe . Ray Burrow, Robert Moore, J. K. Young. Jay Jordan, G. C. Driver. PRE-MED CLUB First How (left l( right): .Mildred Carter, Treas.. kunkel Vance, Ernest Sanders, Secy.. John Robbs, Pres., Dr. W. W. Nedrow, Sponsor, James Parish, V.-Pres., Inez Moffitl. Second Row: Ray- mond Chipman, G. W. I ' ills. James Hunt. Thad Brown. Eldon Eairley, J. K. Young. Page Our Hundred and Forty-Four NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN imiima CROCKETT IIOILA ELLEGOOD IMOGEIME IFORBES JANE HUGHES a HELEN M ' DONALD LUC II IE MAI WIEAVIEIR BOOK VII II II SOCIAL v Alpha Sim ARKANSAS STATE J T COLLEGE INDIA N DELTA OAT EGA § II G PHI A OFFICERS President Paul Chambers Vice-President Howard Hicks Secretary Lewis Davis J Treasurer Lloyd Hancock Sergeant-at-Arms ----- John Robbs Sponsor C. E. McMeans A W. F. DeLoache, Jr., was the first president of ■ 1 Delta Omega Sigma, pioneer social fraternity on ' • the campus, founded in 1933 and chartered early in 1935. Charles Light followed him in office, serving PAUL CHAMBERS in 1935-36. First Row ( left to right): John Robbs, Jame;-; Hunt, James Parish, Frank Angel o. Lloyd Hancock, Howard Hicks. Lewis Davis. Glenn Fowler, Edward U -s. Millard Hardin. Herbert Coe. Second Row : Leslie Speck. Ellsworth McAllister, Charles Nutter, Walter Ward, Elbert Milner, Bill) Wilkes, Ilex Crockett, William Hunt, Billie John Burkett, Paul Gray. Olan Parker. Jr. Third Row: James Heath. Ernest Sanders, W. T. Baldwin. Edwin Garrison, Leland Plunkett. [van Busby, Rav Pruett. Frank Rogers. James Ramsey, Byron Moore. iNot in Picture: C. E. McMeans, Edward Heath. Paul Chambers. Page One Hundred and Sixty-Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN KAPPA SIGMA NU OFFICERS President Winford Wyatt Vice-President ----- Louis McBride Secretary-Treasurer Paul Brann Pledge Master William Watson Sponsor ------ Dr. Ashley Robey Kappa Sigma Nu ' s first president, in 1935, was Leland McCandless, New Albany, Ind. James Taylor Bridges. Walnut Ridge, held the presidency of the fraternity last year. WINFORD WYATT First Row (left to right): Clifton Mack. Clark Hetherington. Paul Brann, Louis McBride. Win- Con! Wyatt, William Watson, Edward Horton, Es ra Coe, William Wyatt, Frank Watson. Second How : H. W. Hollard, David Bui ford, Butler Barlksdale, Dr. Ashley Robey, Reginald Cover, Joe McGuire, Latham Stacy, Jacob Willia ms, ii tor H. Kays. Third Row: Lloyd Mayfield, Ralph Ziegenhorn, Lynn Frets, Walter Allen, William Faught. James English, ictor Wyatt, Hunter Kimbro, Newton Killough, Frank Hunt. Nol in Picture: Orville Kellett, G. W. Clements, Wallace White. Page One Hundred and Sixty-Six NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN ZIETA TAIL) ZIETA OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Clarence Adams John Creason James DeShazo Berl Smith Guy French CLARENCE ADAMS Zeta Tau Zeta, social fraternity, was granted a charter only this year. This group of men will sup- port College athletics and will, at the end of each year, award a medal to the most outstanding athlete. First Row (left to right I : Charles Potter, Jim Gooch, Berl Smith, Guy French, Clarence Adams, John Greason, James DeShazo, Dean Ellis, Kenneth Powell. Second Row: Blaine Barker, Glenn Thomas, son, Addison Bradford, Wilson Sifford, Eugene Third Row: Reed McConnell, Robert Moore, Ralph Beauchamp, G. C. Driver. Not in Picture: Bill Adams, John Ed James, Amos LInderwood. A. H. Caldwell, Paul Allbright, Randolph Greg- Smith, Lon Griffin. Burners Holt, Leslie Sanderson, LaVerne Myrick, Page One Hundred and Sixty-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE L L E G E INDIAN A LIP IMA SIGMA OFFICERS President .... Loreno Holland Clayton Vice-President - Arline Bullard Secretary Melba Thompson Treasurer - ... Mary Ann Richards Sponsor ..... Amy Little Dorothy Lea Lines, in 1935, served Alpha Sigma sorority as first president. The sorority was organ- ized early in that year. Loreno Holland Clayton has served in the capacity of Alpha Sigma presi- dent for the past two years, 1935-36 and 1936-37. LORENO CLAYTON Fii t Row (left to right): Marv Emma Hickox, Dorothy Conn, Melba Thompson. Arline Bullard. Loreno Cla yton, Amy Little. Mary Ann Richards. Marjorie kincannon, Nina Crockett. Dorothy Lea Lines. Second Row : Joyce Hicks, Frances Holland, Marie Adams. Ann Swanson, Betsy Ledhetler. Winnie B. Miinr, Hazel Wilson, Lucie Mai Weaver, Dorothy Moore, Barbara Baughn. Third Bow: Re inia Frizzell, Inez Moffitt, Imogene Baker. Frances Dawson. Melba McMann, Helen McDonald. Jane Hughes, Lorene Bailey, Louise Sturdivant. Not in Picture: Molly Secoy, Lorraine Secoy. Page One Hundred and Sixty-Eight NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN BETTYE SUE FORTENBERRY AIL IP IMA TAILI ZILTA OFFICERS President - - Bettye Sue Fortenberry Vice-President - - - Mary Alice Swindle Secretary Zilpha Hulen Treasurer Camille Belford Sponsor - - - - - Eleanor Heuver Alpha Tan Zeta, newest Greek letter social order, began functioning as the 1937 Indian was going to press. The sorority is writing a history of Arkansas State College, entitled " From Papoose to Chieftain. " First Row I left to right): Alice Horn. Zilpha Hulen, Doris Barnett, Camille Belford, Bettye Sue Fortenberry, Mary Alice Swindle. Daisy Wyatt, Jennie Mae Jackson. Second Row: Bonnie Ballew, Fannie Mary Garrett, Gwineva Cupp, Katherine Mayberry, Mrs. H. W. Hollard, Carrie Mae Owen, Marzee Ann Rowan, Mary Louise Braden. Mary June Booker. Not in Picture: Mrs. Kathryn Kinman Irwin, Eleanor Heuver. Page One Hundred and Sixty-Nine NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN DELTA IB ETA CINII OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Delta Beta Chi was founded early in 1935 with Mary Elizabeth Hollan, Wynne, as first president. Anna Sue Hughes, Jonesboro, was president during the 1935-36 term. Mildred Eiddell Helen Nunnally Patsy Haynes Marsella McGlasson Martha Lou Lassiter MILDRED LIDDELL N f, a n O O o First Row I left to right ) : Virginia Purvis, Audrey Leader, Maggie Lew Hogue, Patsy Haynes, Mildred Liddell, Helen Nunnally, Helen Hethe ringlon, Marsella McClasson, Ann Barlow. Cyn- thia Crum. |i I ■ M Second Row: Martha Osborne, Aletrus Rauls. Muriel Harper, Isabel Wynn, Eloise Alcolt. Gene- vieve Foster, Marian Cathcart. Jeanne Gardner. Third Row: Maxine Whitsitt, Meredith McDonald, Mary Claire Murphy. Ruth Harrison, Mary Ann Faulkner, Kathryn Bittinger, Gladys Fisher. Jo Doris Hearne, Imogene Forbes. 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Let MATTHEWS QUAL- ITY and SERVICE be your guide to thrifty buying. WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE D. CANALE CO. Joneshoro, Arkansas lllllllllltMIIIIMIIMIINIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllt nilllllllllMlllllllMllllllllllllllllllllHililllllltlltlllllMllllllllltllllMII IHIN II II IMI Mill HUH III ' IT. ' MM- mi iiiimiiimmm i nilllll i in I in ill II 1 1 1 1 inilllllllii iiiiiiiiminil linn mi i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it? 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ■ 1 1 j 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ti 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ ( i l i Call 4 4 For TAXICAB SERVICE — Bus Service — JONESBORO NETTLETON STATE COLLEGE 44 CAB AND BUS CO. Jonesboro, Arkansas Paint - Glass Wallpaper — Art Supplies JACKSON PAINT AND SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale and Retail JONESBORO, ARKANSAS 1 Ill 1 1 III I Illll I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIII nil mini MM MUM linn I I I ' ' MUM I i Page One Hundred and Seventy-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THI RTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE CAMPUS ACTIVITIES A . 0. T. C. A splendid opportunity to see how you would look in a uniform. National Guard If you like to arise before the chickens and wear a soldier suit all day, you will go for this. Y. M. C. A. A great political movement, if you like polities ' . W. A. A. This will bring out the Amazon in you, all in good clean fun. College Netvs If you are good at publicity, there is an opening for you. The Herald II you can be subtle enough to get in original stuff without getting the hook, you can not only get on the staff, but there is a medal waiting for you. The Indian The only student publication on the campus. (Can ' t you tell?) Cam pusology Sign up for this course without ques- tion. You can ' t lose. ( Much ) Athletics We can remember when — If you can ' t, there are many who can tell you. Everyone will remember the Art Club ' s mock beauty review and fashion show when David Banks, dressed as a lady athlete, walked across the stage. Bill Miller, who was the club commentator, introduced him lor " her " ) as " The genuine All-American Girl " ; when what should happen but " ' Miss " David loses a tennis ball from a conspicious part of " her " wardrobe, and immediately, and nonchalantly, took a tennis racket and bounced it off the stage. Bill then, realizing the catastrophe, covered his first remark to ftsf COLLEGE INDIAN the audience by saying: " Well, at least al- most genuine. " Personal nomination for the most suit- able couple who ' s physical idiosyncracies strike a marveiously happy medium : Cotton Busby and Jamie Vail. CAMPUS CATALOGUE Pros Swank buildings Big campus Lots of equipment Location Wigwam Stores in new buildings Privacy of Lewis Hall A few of the gals Courting facilities in gal residence. A very few fellows. Cons The night watchman The odor of cows Lack of student government Gals hours " Praise Allah " No smoking in the Wigwam The more elusive profs Insufficient campus shrubbery " Sacred Cows. " Mike — Say, Bill, do you know Sally Starves? Bill —The Dickens she does! Mike — No, No! Jim Starves ' wife. Bill—Well, the son of a gun. I Billy Wyatt said as he slipped the en- gagement ring on her finger) — " Juanita. dear, have you told your parents? " Chunn — " Oh, you poor innocent! Why. they knew it six months before you did. " Bill Adams — (In restaurant) — " I see that tips are forbidden in here. " Waitress — " Bless your heart, sir, so were the apples in the garden of Eden. " " Drink, " said the Irish preacher, " is the greatest curse of the country. It makes yer quarrel with vour neighbors. It makes yer shoot at your land lord, and it makes yer miss him. " Page One Hundred and Seventy-Eight NI NETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN i_i i n i n j i j i 1 1 ■ i j 1 1 1 r ■ ■ l ■ 1 1 ■ j i ■ 1 1 1 1 l l 1 1 e 1 1 l r 1 1 1 1 1 1 i j 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 r 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 ri 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi Barton Lumber Company JONESBORO, ARKANSAS 1 " When You Fail to consider Quality, I I You buy Disappointment. 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I Ill III III I II I II I II II I II I II 111 III III HUM llllll III III III III III III III III I OUR SERVICE 1 The greatest service that it is possible for a distributor to render the public 1 is to sell merchandise of such quality as contains the maximum food value for | | the price invested. 1 Thorpe-McCauley-Love Co. | Wholesale Only | l llllf III Illll III llllll till II I II lllllll II II I ill II rillltl 111 til II 11 III J 11 II IIIJ Ml II III I II llllll II I II 1111 M m i itiiiiiiiir tiiJiiJiiriii iiiiitiifiit biiLii r tiicijiiiij jiijjiiiriit JtijriiiJiiiiiitciiMiii hiitcjiiitiiiiuriiiijiijiiiriiiiiii u iilllllHlliillliiiuilltllMMIIllllllllllllllMlllIMIIItllllMlIl DEPARTMENT STORE W e are members of a great organization of over 200 department stores; therefore our unlimited pur- chasing power assures you of that ideal combin- ation of dependable service and dependable mer- chandise at lowest prices. T h rii 1 fiihiiLiiiiitiiiiiE iiiiih iiiiipiip j tiir ki iihiibiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii riiiiiiii riiiEjiij il iiii iiiiiiii:iiiihi!rii ii b iiPii)iiiii)iiiiiEiitii»it)iiF riirii.ii Page One Hundred and Seventy-Nine NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE l!W}k COLLEGE INDIAN ' Oil I III I Mill 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 H l H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 U 1 1 U 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , MERCANTILE RANK Assets over $2,000,000 Jonesboro, Arkansas 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 If I I i I I J ! I I i . I I 1 ! I I ' i i I 1 I I I ! ' ! 1 II I M I M I I I I I ! ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I t ! 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W. PITTS W. H. PITTS I PITTS - BALDWIN MUSIC COMPANY Baldwin Pianos — Westinghouse Refrigerators — R C A Victor and Grunow 1 Radios — Sheet Music and Musical Instruments. § 232 So. Main Phone 175 Jonesboro, Ark. mi 11 mil i mum i i mi i in i i " ' " ii i iiiiiii ii iiiiiiHiimnii iiiitimiiitminiii iiiiiiiiimiiimiiimiiiii mimiiiiiiiimiTi MIMIIIIIMII Mt III IN III III til I II IM1 III Ml I II 1 1 111) I II I M IM Ml 1 1 u I L 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 11 M 1 1 1 1 1 It M H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 It 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 r H 1 1 1 L I H I H 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 , r 1 1 n 1 1 M I i 1 1 M II I M I U H i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 H I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 M H 1 1 1 H 1 1 M 1 1 M M I M M • 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 tllf I , Metzler Motor Company CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH WRECKER PHONE 1100 H||M|||||||IIIIIIIIIIHIII1IIII»IIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIMIIIIIIII)IIII IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIHIIIIII llllllllMlllltllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIMI1IIIIMIII1IIIIIIII III1III1IIII lillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllT Page One Hundred and Eighty-Two NINETEEN HU N D R E D THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF: Dr. Robey should walk up the steps of Lewis Hall? •X- liss Livenaood would do a fan dance in chapel ? -» -x- Dr. Plunkett were caught reading a ' Whiz Bang? Dr. Brown should lose his voice? -: - Cotton Busby would be high scorer in a basketball game? ( You guessed it.) Dr. Watters should let a class out before the last bell? Barbara Baughn had kept her popular- ity: Lewis Hall should be quiet before two bells A. M.? Thad Brown and Moffitt should s ever connections? ( Jim Hyatt should quit acting his age? Hall Coe — - " I can see that I am only a little pebble in your life. " McDonald — " That ' s all, but I wish you were a little boulder. " -x- -x- Bert Walker (nicked by razor) — " Hey barber, give me a glass of water. " Barber — " Whassa matter, hair in your mouth? " Walker — " Naw, I just wanted to see if my neck leaked. " -» A hick town is a place where you can drive into a filling station and ask the at- tendant for two gallons of gas and the at- tendant will smile at you instead of sneer- ingly inquiring: " S ' matter mister, are you trying to wean ' er " ? -» Glenn Spurlock — (His first airplane ride) — " Do planes like this crash often? " Pilot — " Only once, sir. " Judge — " What makes you think this man was drunk? " Officer— " He was having an argument with a man in an auto, your honor. " Judge — " That doesn ' t prove he was drunk. " Officer — ' " No your honor; but there wasn ' t any man in the car. " David Johnston — " What color is best for a bride? " Kelly Thompson — " Oh, it ' s a matter of taste, but if I were you, I ' d pick a white one ' . " Dr. Showalter — " The rapidly increasing divorce rate proves that America is fast be- coming the home of the free. " Glenn Fowler — " Yes, and the contin- uance of the marriage rate shows that it is the home of the brave. " -si- Mrs. McMeans — " Here ' s a dress adver- tised by Sallo Brothers that is priced at a song. " Mr. McMeans — " Well, my dear, if you expect me to furnish the notes you may as well change your tune. " Miss Livengood — " Did you get any replies to your advertisement that a lonely maiden sought light and warmth in her life? " Miss Heuver — " Yes, two from an electric company and one from, the gas people. " «- - :- Friday — " What did the astrologer tell Pat White when he asked her about the best time to get married? " McBride — " She looked at him for a mo- ment and then told him to grab the first chance that he got. " -x- Clarence Adams — " Do you think there is any chance of my getting my story pub- lished in your paper? " -X- -X- -X- Doll Frets — " You ' re the only girl in the world for me. " Hicks — " Nonsense, only one man ever said that and told the truth. " Frets— " Who was that? " Hicks — " Adam. " Page One Hundred and Eighty-Three NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN M mi m in | || Hi hi 1 1| Ml Ml HI MM IIMIII II ' i .Mi. 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II. Mil IIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIMIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM " The Big School Supply House with Five and Ten Cent Store Prices " § Full Line of Office Supplies Fountain Pens Pencils School Books and Supplies Novelties Toys Magazines Bibles Bird Supplies Sporting Goods Artists Supplies CRAIGHEAD COUNTY BOOK STORE 408 South Main WILEY DURDEN, Prop. Phone 161 Joneshoro, Ark. 1 1 1 11 1 II I II 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tl 1 1 I I tlllllltlllllll IIMIII I I I Ill I H ' I ' I I ' Mil I I til 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III I ■ I M I ■ 1 1 } 4 1 1 1 1 Ml II MIMM I II I Ml II 1 1 II I (lllllllllllllilMllllllllllllllMIMIII 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! M . F ' 1 1 M 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 : 1 1 MII.IIIIMIIIIIIhlMMMIIIIMIlMMIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIlMllMIIIMIMIIIIIIIIMIIMIllllllMIMIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIII I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Give Your CLEANING TO OUR CAMPUS AGENT You Will Be Assured oj Quality and Prompt Service IK ' UNI " I M I till II IIHIIIIIinlllMIIIIMI.MMIIIMIIMIMMIIIIHII IIIIIIMIIIIIIIM I III III III I IIHIMIIMHIll II II I II I II 1 1 1 III III MM III MM I II 1 1 1. II II 1 1 1 1 Ml II 1 1 1 1 II III III Ill III 1 1 II MM II II 1 1 III II 1 1 II I Pa lie One Hundred and Eighty-Four NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN riiiiiiiifiiiii iiiiiimiiiiitiiii j imitiif iiiiiiiiuiiiii ii urn iiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiimmi j iMiitiiriitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiitiiiiiiMiMiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiifiiiiitiiiiiiiiEii iji Abernathy-Patton Motor Company Jonesboro, Arkansas Dealers For FORDS LINCOLN ZEPHYRS • Renewed and Guaranteed USED CARS PURYEAR GROCER Home of Peacemaker and White Goose Food Products LEADERS IN FOOD VALUES n i in ii ii nit i mi i mm in 111 .mi ii 1 111 ii i ii 1 1 mmiiiuf iT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 ■ ■ I ■ i illinium mi mi iiiiiiiiiimmmiimmiiimi iimmimmmii _j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i ii 1 1 ]»• 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiniiiiiiti uiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiniiiiiiiiMinniiMniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiitiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiitini PURE ... EVERY BOTTLE STERILIZED; v i V r ' • Nothing you eat or drink is brought to you with purity more carefully guarded than Coca-Cola ... in steri lized bottles, filled and sealed by automatic machines. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is pure refresh- ment . . . pure as sunlight Jonesboro Coca-Cola Bottling Company Jonesboro, Arkansas I L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I M 1 1 1 1 Ill llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllilllllllllllllllll IIHI I ' I I .in I nun, Page One Hundred and Eighty-Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE " ifi k COLLEGE INDIAN (iiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniM Illllllllllllllllllll imillltllllllllimii -iiJiiiiiiiiMiiiiiitaiijiiiiiiiiitiiiiiriiiiiiJiiiiitiitiiiiiiifiitiiiiiiriiiiiiiiriiMiMifi»itiitiMii(JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiP When You Want Flowers For Any I Occasion I CORSAGES BOUQUETS CUT FLOWERS PLANTS I — Call — I P. L. GRAVES, FLORIST PHONE 77 1100 W. 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Jonesboro, Arkansas hi I n i M 1 1 1 II I II IIIIIMIIillll IIHH HI I ll til III 111 HI! 1 1 M 1 1 1 $ 1 1 1 1 llllllinillllMllllllllllliMllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllinilllllllltHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMMlllllllllllllllll I t i i j 1 1 1 r r . i r ■ , miiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiitinMiiiiNiiiiHiJiiiiMiMifiTiiiMiriiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiriiiniMiiiiiftiiiiiiriiiiii Congratulations, Students, on this Successful 1 Annual ! " We Want Your Friendship " 1 JONESBORO HARDWARE COMPANY 400 Main Street | jfnum urn in ii i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 b 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l e 1 1 r 1 1 1 i ii iniiii iiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiniiiiiii mi iiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii mm mum minim imiimmmimmmm nmmmmmmiii imiimiiiiiiiiimmmmii tiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin immmii iitiiiiiini viiiiiiiimi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititiitiiiiiifiiiiiti iiiiiiaiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiif iiiiiint ■•itiiiiiinnciiiiitiiiiui Cleaning " , Dyeing, Pleating, Altering and Repairing Member National Cleaners Association Phone 54 226 Union Jonesboro, Ark. Tl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M M I i I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I L 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 III I II II 1 1 1 tl 1 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I IJI I II I ! II 111 I II I II I III 111 I II I II I II 1 1 II I Mil II I til Ml III [III l| II 1 1 Page Our II ami red anil Eighty-Eight NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN OUR GRECIANS Delia Omega Sigma Signifying — DeLoache ' s Own Success Founded — While hunting a place to park Standing in community — Why bring that up? Motto — Pioneering in all fields. Kappa Sigma Nu Signifying — Counts Simply Nothing Founded — By mistake Standing in community — In the bread line Motto — If we can ' t do it, we ' ll get it done. Zeta Tau Zeta Signifying — See what you can make of it Founded — As an afterthought. Standing in community — Two and one half miles from town Motto — It ' s the gypsy in us. Alpha Sigma Signifying — Always Seeking Founded — Nobody knows why Standing in community — Alone Motto — Did you ever see an Alpha Sigma walking? Delta Beta Chi Signifying — Desperate But Cagey Founded — Twice a year Standing in community — Do you really want to know? Motto — Pledge em anyhow. Alpha Tau Zeta Signifying — Almost Too Zealous Founded — As just one of those things Standing in community — Like the tower of Pisa Motto — Come girls, we need an outlet. The demure young maiden walked down the flower strewn aisle, her flowing wedding veil and train carried by two small girls. Her sweet little mouth was pursed in a happy smile. She stepped quietly to the side of her husband- to-be and accidentally kicked over one of the the floral containers which lined the beautiful church. The young bride raised her baby blue eyes, paused, opened her sweet little mouth, and said, " That ' s a hell of a place to put a flower pot. " THANKS .... To L. D. Somers, foreman of Sammons Printing Company for helping us print the 1937 Indian. To P. D. Wells, Linotype operator on the Jonesboro Tribune and J. A. Hicks, operator on the Jonesboro Sun for their aid in the pub- lication of the 1937 Indian. — The Editors. FAMOUS THEME SONGS " He Ain ' t Got Rhythm " — Mr. Ellis. " The Whistling Boy " — Dean Whitsitt. " The Little House That Love Built " — Prexy Kays. " A Farewell to Arms " — Charlie, the Night- watchman. " Pennies from Heaven " — Mr. Warr. Billy Wilkes: " May I have the last dance with you? " Melba McMann: " You have had, already, thank you. Wally White — " Something seems to be wrong with this engine, it — " Barbara Baughn: " Don ' t be foolish, Wally, wait until we get off this main road. " A pal of ours landed a soft job — he ' s in a bloomer factory now, pulling down about two thousand a year. " Do you know why traffic lights turn red? " " No, why do they? " " You ' d turn red too, if you had to stop and go in the middle of the street. " Hall Coe: " Do you love me alone? " Helen McDonald: " Yes. " Hall: " Will you always adore me? " Helen: " Yes. " Hall: " Will you always be faithful and true to me? " Helen: " Sure. " Hall: " Then let ' s elope and get married to- night. " Helen : " I can ' t — I have a date with Charles Potter. " Some girls are not afraid of mice. Others have pretty legs. Page One Hundred and Eighty-Nine NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Mrs. Patly — " Here is the doctor, dear. " Dr. Patty — (Absent-mindedly) " Tell him I can ' t see anyone today. I am too sick. " ' Marian — " Now John, don ' t scold because I am ton tired to sew a button on your trousers. I hope you don ' t think that yr ur pants are more important than your wife. " Capt. John — " Well, there ' s lots of places a man can go without his wife. " A resident of Lewis Hall remarked that some of the girls on the campus are " put- ting on airs. " We are glad they are putting on something. St. Peter opened his pearly gates and asked a young man standing there, " What have you done to seek admission here? " " I ' ve edited a college annual. " came the youth ' s response. " Come right in, " St. Peter said, " you ' ve had enough of hell. " jiriiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiMttliiiiiijiiiiiiiiiitiiiiMtiiiiiriiitiiiiiiiiiliJlilliMiililiiliiiiiliillil»lilliiliiiiiliili»iiifiifii(iiiiiiiiiiiiii .ijriiMiiitiiijiiiiiiiijitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiLiillillliltlliliiiiiiiliMtlfiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliilil • GIFTS OF DISTINCTION " Class Rings and Invitations — Fraternity and Sorority Pins H. T. PURVIS SON, INC. ! JEWELERS OPTOMETRISTS " Serving in the Same Location for over 48 Years " | llllllllllllllinillMIIIIMIMIIIIIlllllltlllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllHIIIIIIIMllltlllllllllllllll 1 1 II II II IHM I II II II II Mill MM1I M I II I IM llll II I II I II I III III II I II I II I II 1II1HIHII IN Ml I II I Ml Ml MHIM II III Mil MM III tlllll IIIMII II lllllll III llll III Ml IllinilllllllllllllllliiMlllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllullIllllllinillllllllllllullllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllltlllll iimmmmmimmmimiimmmmiimimi immmmiiimimmimimiimiimimimmmimiii ' MAKE WALL ' S DEPT. STORE your headquarters while attending Arkansas State College. Included in our complete stock of clothing for both men and women are the following Nation- ally Advertised brands: Paris Fashion Shoes Humming Bird Hose l ' (h-r Pan Dresses Mary Lane Coats and Suits Dobbs Hals Bostonian Shoes Mansfield Shoes Enro Shirts and Pajamas Phoenix Sochs Curlee Clothes I IMIIIMIMI I Mil Mill I IIIIH mil I Ill IMI II I I I ill III III I II llll III I IIMI IIMIIIIII I Page One Hundred md inety-Twi NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Doc Plunkett: " A fool can ask more ques- tions than a wise man can answer. " Dale Cooper: ' " That ' s why I flunked. " Dean Whitsitt as Auctioneer: " What an 1 offered for this beautiful bust of Robert Burns? " Thad Brown: " " That ain ' t Burns; that ' s Shakespeare. " Dean: ' " Well, folks, the joke ' s on me. That shows what I know about the Bible. " A man o f six feet eight inches applied for a job as a lifeguard. " Can you swim? " asked the official. E. C. Horn: " No., but I can wade to beat hell. " Mary Ann Richards to weary celebrator: " Are you the bride-groom? " Ducky Pearman: " Hell. no. I was eliminated in the semi-finals. Nudy Foster : " Is my face ditry or is it imagi- nation? " Jamie Vail: " Your face is clean: I don ' t know about your imagination. H. B. Schwartz: " ' Should I marry a girl who can take a joke? " Leslie Speck: " That ' s the only kind you ' ll opt " A prof, who comes two minutes early to class is very rare — in fact — he ' s in a class by himself. Sorority Pledge (to matron): " Miss Liven- good, do all fairy stories begin with ' once upon a time ' ? " Miss Livengood: " No, my dear, most fairy stories start with ' I ' m going to the show to- night ' . " Paul Brann: ' " Waiter, I ' ll have pork chops with French Fries and I ' ll have the cbops lean. " Waiter: " Yes, sir; which way? " Mr. Marvin: " What is it? " Nurse: " It ' s a boy. " Mr. Marvin: " What does he want? " Toastmaster I introducing the speaker : " I ' m sure that Mr. Hollard of the Soils and fertil- izer Department, will give us a pleasant half- hour. He ' s just full of his subject. " Plumber: " I ' ve come to fix the old tub in the kitchen — " Bill Robey: " Ma, here ' s the doctor to see the cook. " Leland Plunkett ( absentedly ) " Lady, what are you doing in my bed? " Lady: " Well, I like this bed. I like this neighborhood. I like this house, and I like this room. And anyway, I ' m your wife! " Winford Wyatt: " In what course will you graduate? " Bill Watson: " Oh! in the course of time. " If oo love mee, tay toe, If oo don ' t love me, tay toe, II oo love me an don ' t wan to tay toe, squeeze my hand. But don ' t keep me tanding on dese told steps all nite. I ' m detting seepy. I dess I ' ll doe in now. Tiss me, damn it, tiss me. Weather report seen on Cafeteria window: " Chili today. Hot Tamale. " Sign on Theatre: " Mae West in " It Ain ' t No Sin ' . " Sign on tabernacle across the street ' " Tis too. " Jean Gardner: " Hi, tall, dark " n handsome, I ' ve got a dress with nine buttons and I can only fascinate. " While giving a performance, a magician spread a blanket over a newspaper and read the paper through the heavy cloth. All the co-eds got up and walked out. First Co-ed: " So you were out with Bill last night. Did you say he doesn ' t know how to neck? Second Co-ed: " I said he didn ' t know how to neck. " , Page One Hundred and Ninety-Three NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN IE ID II TO RIAL MESSAGE Only you who know the chaos out of which this annual was born will appreciate fully the success which characterizes it, despite the hardships and disputes engendered in its formation ' . Difficult enough with all conditions favorable, an annual published in the face of adversi- ties, with the success this one enjoys, is indeed a rarity. The 1937 Indian was financed through student subscriptions at three dollars per book, advertising, student activities, and though the annual committee ' s picture show and beauty revue. The advertisers in our book deserve your patronage. Don ' t skip lightly through these pages, but while enjoying the humor found here, do not forget that it was the aid of these merchants which formed a strong tie in the successful publication of the Indian. Patronize them and we who publish this book will appreciate it as much as they. Our task is completed. For the past three years we have endeavored to provide for the students of Arkansas State College a yearbook which they might treasure. We hope we have succeeded. Arkansas State College will prosper and grow. Built with a firm foundation by the one man we have found, in our short lifetime, who possesses characteristics of genius plus a human understanding, it is here to stay. Long after this book and all connected with it have been permanently shelved, Arkansas State wiil remain actively engaged in moulding the intelli- gence and character of thousands of people. But, in us remains a personal satisfaction that we have completed a task, which we set set for ourselves three years ago, the culmination of which brings an inward glow. — H. J. H. Iiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijijiii[jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii[iiiiiiiiiiiii[iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii[iiiiiiiiiriiiiiiii[jiiuiii iiiiiiiiiiiiEiriiriiriiiiirfitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiltiiiifiiiiifiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitJ. I PHOTOGRAPHY for [ The 1937 " INDIAN " 1 | OLIVE ' S STUDIO | | 620 West Washing ' ton [ PHONE 118 JONESBORO, ARK. 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J = . niniiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i mi iiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 [ 1 1 ; iiMimimmmmmmmiiiimimiiimiiiiiiiiimmiii mini mmmmmimmimiii I ' ttgc (hie 1 1 tin (Ira I anil incl -Si. NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN Page One Hundred and Ninety-Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN LEGS Legs to the right ol us, Legs to the left of us, Legs in front of us, How they display them! On they go trippingly, Daintily and skippingly. Frost that bites nippingly Does not dismay them. Straight legs and bandy ones, Bum legs and dandy ones, Awkward and handy ones, Flirt with the breeze; Round legs and flatter ones, Thin legs and fatter ones — Especially the latter ones Showing their knees. Knock-kneed and bony ones, Real legs and phony ones, Silk covered tony ones, Second to none, Straight and distorted ones, Mates and ill-sorted ones, Home and imported ones — Ain ' t we got fun? Reformer: " Stop. Do you think a glass of that vile stuff will quench your thirst? " College Lad: " No, sir, Fm gonna drink the whole jug. " " ' Last night I had an awful pain in my arms. " " Who was she? " KICK Two Scotchmen were watching a football game; one had a bottle, the other had only a thirst. The bottle-man was talking very largely about his knowledge of the game and what a fine player he was himself. During the conversation he helped himself very liberally to the contents of his bottle, whereupon the thirsty one said: " Well, I notice ye ' re a fine dribbler, but ye ' re nae guid at passing. " GIVE HER A HAND " Help our wife. " says Good Housekeeping. " When she mops up the floor, mop up the floor with her. " WOMEN ARE LIKE 1. a book — always bound to please. 2. an auto — needs choking every so often. 3. a train — often gets on the wrong track. 4. a party platform — subject to change without notice. 5. a stove — often needs a new lid. 6. a bed spring — cannot be squelched. 7. a chair — often needs to be sat on. 8. a pipe — inclined to be puffed, at times. 9. a fire — apt to flare up and be put out. 10. a callous — it takes hard work to get it. it hurts when you have it. but you sort of miss it when it s gone. SORORin SEE SAYS: A cheap skate doesn ' t cut much ice. Having your face lifted is generally a pleas- ant operation. Two heads are better than one when they ' re on the same shoulder. A flirtation is just an empty spoon. . . . Yes, just an empty spoon. Girls are like snowballs. The harder you squeeze them, the faster they melt. Love makes the world go " round. Looking for places to park. SOBER REFLECTION A backwoods mountaineer found a mirror which a tourist had lost. " Well, if it ain ' t my old dad, " he said, as he looked into the mirror. " I never knowed he had his pitcher took. He took it home. That night while he slept, his wife found the mirror. " " Hum-um, " she said looking into it, " so that ' s the old hag he ' s been chasin " . " For years the two sexes have been racing for supremacy. Now they have settled down to neck and neck. It ' s a wise chicken who knows when she has had enough corn. Dr. Cutem: " Do you think your son will for- ge: everything he learned in college? ' Dr. Open — " I hope so — he can ' t make a li ing necking. " He: " Just one kiss, dearest. " She: " No, dear, we haven ' t lime. Father will be home in an hour. 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ENGRAVERS of the 1 9 37 " INDIAN " • IPDEIRILIE§§ ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, PHOTO-ENGRAVERS 203y 2 West Fourth St. Little Rock, Arkansas filliiiiiiHiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiHiHiniiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiJiii iiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciriiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiitiirjiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiftiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiijijiijiifiiiifiiiiiiiiijjiijiiiiifiiiiiiaiiiiiitfiiriififiiijri Page One Hundred and Ninety-Nine NINETEEN HUNDRED ' THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE tKjJ COLLEGE INDIAN The 1937 " INDIAN " was printed at ARKANSAS STATE COILILIE6IE PRESS • — Printers — WILLIAM WYATT WINFORD WYATT HOWARD J. HICKS Page Tiio Hundred NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN IPIEIRSONAIL INDEX A Abernathy, Meredith, 77, 93, 9 1 Adams, Bill, 36, 93, 107, 122 Adams, Clarence, 50, 129, 13], 138, 142, 141 167 Adams, Dan, 67, 101, 103 Adams, Eloise, 67 Adams. Leton, 31 Adams, Marie, 58, 134, 168 Adams, Vahntee, 77 Agee, Dorothy, 67, 124 Alcott, Eloise, 58, 121, 170 Allhright, Paul H., 67, 100, 167 Allen. Hucella, 67 Allen. Juanita, 67 Allen, J. W., 67, 101, 103 Allen, Norris M., 67, 101 Allen, Walter, Jr., 58, 111, 122, 166 Alsup, Willie, 8 Amburgey, Lyman, 67, 102, 103, 128, 134 Andrews, Robert H., 67, 101, 103, 107, 122, 126, 144 Angelo, Frank, 58, 123, 165 Arnold, John. 77 Arnold, W. E., 58, 128 Atkinson. Cecil L., 77, 101 B Babcock, Mary, 32 Bailey. Lorene, 67, 99, 168 Baker. Imogene, 67, 124, 125, 126. 168 Baldwin, W. T., 58, 112, 122, 165 Ballew. Bonnie. 58. 169 Banks, David, 124, 125, 126, 138 Banks, W. L., 24 Barker. Blaine. 58, 123, 140, 144, 167 Barlow, Ann, 50, 131, 133, 136, 137, 170 Barnett, Doris, 58, 139, 141, 169 Barksdale, Butler, 67, 101, 103, 123, 166 Barnes, Lavaughn, 67, 100 Barnbill Helen, 77 Barwick, Pernell, 67, 101 Baughn, Barbara, 67, 123. 125, 126, 132, 133, 136, 141, 168 Beard, James, 58, 101 Bearden. Virginia Lee, 58 Bel ford, Camille, 58, 139, 141, 169 Belford, Moina, 77 Beauchamp, Ralph, 67. 93, 102, 167 Bittinger, Kathryn, 68, 127, 170 Blackwood, Charlcie Lee, 50 Blackwood, Dennis, 36 Blevins, Mouzon, 77, 102, 134 Block, Maurice, 24 Bloodworth, Howard, 68, 101, 103. 125, 126, 144 Bobbitt, Mayme, 77 Bonner, Horace, 102, 135 Booker, Mary June, 68, 136, 169 Bower, Charles, 102 Bowers, Dorothy, 58, 139 Bradberry, Olive, 36 Braden, Loyce Mae, 58, 139 Braden, Mary Louise, 68, 134, 169 Bradford, Addison 68, 100, 124, 125, 144, 167 Bradford, Dick, 50, 100, 126, 144 Brann, Paul, 50, 131, 133, 136, 137. 1 13, 166 Brasfield, Charlie Mae, 68 Brazeal, L. R., 102, 125 Breckenridge, John, 58, 93, 100, 107, 122 Breckenridge, Mrs. Virgie, 77, 117 Brewer, Farrar, 58 Bridger, Floyd R., 77, 100 Brown, Mary Rogers, 27, 130, 136 Brown, Dr. Newton H., 27 Brotherton, Airs. C. G., 27 Brown, Dewey, 50, 93, 128 Brown, Thad, 50, 125, 144 Bulla, Grace, 58 Bui lard, Arline, 50, 106, 126, 168 Bullard, Bernice Hamilton, 36 Bullard. Pete, 59, 100 Burford, David, 59, 101, 119, 127, 136, 166 Burford, Maxine, 59, Burkett, Billie John, 68, 93, 165 Burrow, William Ray, 68, 101, 1 I I Busby, Ivan, 59, 108, 112, 122, 165 Butts, Earl, 58, 101 c Caldwell, Arnold C, 68. 101 Caldwell, A. H., Jr., 59. 100. 103, 128, 140, 144 Calloway, Modena, 50 Calvert, Phillip, 68, 101, 103 Campbell, Capt. Boniface, 27, 96 Campbell. J. Tyree, 97 Cain, Willie Rose, 68, 126 Page Tivo Hundred mid (hie NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE Caraway, Hatlie W., 6 ( !arpenter, J. Ford, 59 Carter, Mildred, 37, 126, 131, 133, 137. 139, 141, 144 Casner, Floy May, 68 Castleberry, Lois, 68 Cathcart, Marion, 50, 130, 132, 170 Chambers, Paul, .50, 93, 101, 108. 122. 131. 142, 163 Cherry, M. A., 68 Chiles, Madelene, 68, 139 Chipman, Estelle, 76 Chipman, Raymond, 59, 101, 128, 133. 140, 144 Chunn, Juanita, 59, 124, 126, 127 Clardy, Fay, 37 Clark, Charles, 102, 134 Clark, Delia Francis, 68 Clark, Johnnie, 50 Clark, Roy N., 51 Clayton. Loreno Holland, 37, 168 Clements, G. W., 59, 93, 113, 122 Clements, Mrs. Irene, 37, 129, 130, 131, 138 Clifford, Jack, 77, 102, 103, 134 Cobb, Murray, 59, 123, 140 Coe, Esra, 51, 93, 128, 166 Coe, Hall, 59, 93, 108, 122 Coe, Herbert, 59, 93, 123, 165 Cohen, Mary Cecilia, 51, 127 Cole, Floyd H., 51 Collins, Mary Mae, 68 Colvin, Emmett, 68, 100, 117 Conley, Delmar, 69, 93, 100 Conn, ' Dorothy, 51, 94, 99, 124. 133, 168 Cooper, Dale, 77, 101 Corkill. Major W. E. 27, 96 Couch, W. C. Jr., 77 Cox, Gwendolyne, 59, 124, 130, 133, 136, 139, 141 Crager, Frank, 69, 101 Crane, Ivy Preston, 69, 102 Crews, Virginia Lee, 69, 136 Crockett, Nina, 38, 151, 168 Crockett, Rex, 69, 93, 100, 123, 111, 165 Crouch, Bernice, 69 Gum, Cynthia, 59, 132, 138, 170 Cupp, Gwineva, 69, 126, 139, 141, 169 D Daughrrh. William, 69, 100, 110 l)a ' i-. Alberta, 51, 132 Davis, G Li. Jr.. 101 I )a is. Guy, ' ' I ' a c Tn a Hundred and Two Davis, Helen, 69, 130, 132, 139, 111 Davis, James Wendell, 27, 105, 112, 122 Davis, Lewis, 38, 93, 94, 102, 128, 134, 135, 143, 165 Davis, Mary W., 69, 135 Davis, Pearle, 24 Dawson, Frances, 51, 124, 126, 133, 168 Detrich, Hal, 102 Detrich, Kate, 59, 141 DeShazo, James, 51, 93, 122, 123, 131, 137, 138, 140, 144, 167 Dodson, Minot, 93, 94 Dove, Amber, 77 Dover, Reginald, 59, 128, 136, 166 Downs. Robert, 77, 93, 112, 122 Driver. G. G, 69, 100, 103, 144, 167 E Ebbert, W. E., 101 Echols, Virginia, 69, 124, 126, 133. Ill Elder, Frank, 69, 93, 102, 124, 125, 134 Eldridge, Harry E., 25, 27 Eldridge, Mrs. Harry E., 32 Ellegood, Iola, 69, 99, 130, 153 Ellis, Dean R., 27, 167 English, Harry, Jr., 51 English, Jimmie, 69, 100, 166 Evans, Foy, 69, 100, 117, 123 F Fairley, Eldon, 70, 133, 136, 140, 141 Faught. Bethany, 32, 93, 94 Faught, William. 69, 100, 166, Faulkner, Mary Ann, 51, 126, 131, 133. 170 Felley, Harry, 51, 93, 115, 122 Ferrell, Robert, 70, 101, 103, 136 Fisher, Gladys, 70, 126, 130, 133, 136, 139. 141, 170 Fitzgerald, Evelyn, 70, 124, 130, 139 Flannigan, Eva Mae, 59 Forbes, Imogeue, 70, 99, 155, 170 Forrester, Geraldine, 70 Fortenberry, Bettye Sue, 60, 130, 132, 141, 169 Foster, Crystal, 77 Foster, Genevieve, 59 Fowler, Glenn, 38, 128, 140, 142, 165 Franklin. Mary Louise, 51, Freeman. Elwood, 70, 100 French, Guy W., 32, 92, 93, 134, 167 Frets, Lynn, 38, 108, 122, 127. 166 Frizzell, Reginia, 70, 168 NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Fryer, Vauna, 60 Fuhr, William, 70 G Gafke, Mrs. Adelaide, 26, 28 Gaines, Earl M., 97 Gaither, Evelyn, 52 Gardner, Jeanne, 70, 126, 139, 170 Garrett, Fannie Mary, 60, 138, 169 Garrison, Edwin, 70, 93. 100, 126, 138, 143, 144, 165 Gay, Minnie, 60, 139, 141 Gay, Thomas, 60 Gibson, Alverda, 39, 124, 126, 129, 132, 138, 141 Gibson, Ann Carolyn, 70 Gibbins, Jack, 60 Gilmore, Nancy, 60, 124, 126, 136 Glenn, Jennie, 77 Glover, George, 60, 93, 100, 108, 115, 122 Gooch, Jim, 39, 109, 122, 144, 167 Goodrich, Robert, 60 Graham, Ellsworth, 60, 93, 101, 141 Graham, DeMaris, 70, 99, 130, 136 Gray, Bartus, 60 Gray, Hazel, 52 Gray, Ira, 70, 100, 128, 131 Gray, Paul, 70, 100, 105, 125, 165 Greason, John, 60, 167 Gregory, Joy, 70, 126, 130, 132, 141 Gregson, Randolph, 70, 100, 103, 167 Griffin, Juanita, 60 Griffin, Lon, 52, 167 Grisham, Marvin, 70, 102, 103, 134 Groves, Eleanor Ruth, 60, 126, 133, 138, 139 H Hague, Virginia, 134 Hall, Norma, 71 Halley, James, 60, 102, 134, 135 Hamilton, David, 102, 134 Hamner, Dan, 71, 100 Hancock, Lloyd, 60, 134, 135, 136, 165 Hardin, Millard, 60, 93, 100, 103, 109, 122. 123, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 165 Harper, Muriel, 60, 136, 139, 170 Harris, Frances, 61 Harrison, Ruth, 61, 127, 170 Harrison, Jeanne, 52, 124 Harvey, Lynn, 77, 101 Hatfield, Jamae, 71, 136 Hawn, Inice, 61 Haynes, Patricia, 52, 131, 133, 136, 137, 170 Hays, Hadley, 61, 93 Hazel, Earl C., 28, Hazel, Mrs. Earl C., 28 Hearn, Robert, 77 Hearne, Jo Doris, 71, 126, 130, 170 Heath, Eddie, 52, 93, 109, 122 Heath, Jimmie, 39, 165 Hendrex, Hershcel, 71, 100, 126 Henry, George, Jr., 77, 102, 103, 134 Hetherington, Clark, 61, 93, 94, 100, 103, 136, 142, 166 Helherington, Earl S., 31 Hetherington, Helen, 52, 124, 125, 129, 131, 136, 137, 138, 139, 142, 170 Heuver, Eleanor, 28, 137 Hickox, Mary Emma, 61, 124, 136, 138, 168 Hicks, Howard J., 39, 129, 131, 136, 137, 138, 142, 165 Hicks, Joyce, 61, 168 Hoffman, Edward, 71 Hogue, Maggie Lew, 61, 99, 127, 170 Holbrook, Cleo, 71, 100 Holifield, E. J., 52 Holifield, Mrs. E. J., 71 Holland, Frances, 61, 136, 168 Hollard, H. W., 26, 28, 123, 166 Hollard, Mrs. H. W., 40, 136, 137, 16Q Hollingsworth, Mary E., 77, Holt, Burness, 71, 101, 167 Horn, Alice, 52, 130, 131, 133, 134, 136, 137, 169 Horn, E. C, 40 Horn, John, 52, 93, 102, 123, 134, 135, 136, 138 Horton, Melvin, 8 Horton, Morley, 77 Horton, Edward, 61, 100, 112, 122, 166 Howell, Mrs. Bessie, 32 Flughes, Jane, 71, 157, 168 Hughes, Joe, 71, 100, 144 Hughey, Bob, 71, 100, 103, 113 Hughey, Frank, 107 Hulen, Zilpha, 61, 169 Hunt, Bill, 71, 101, 165 Hunt, Frank, 71, 100, 166 Hunt, James, 61, 103, 115, 122, 125, 133, 136, 144, 165 Huson, Fred, 71, 101 Hutchison, Tommy, 77, 93, 101, 103 Hutson, Robert, Jr., 71, 100 Hyatt, James, 61, 93, 106, 122 Hyneman, Frank, 61 Page Two Hundred and Three NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN I Irwin. Mrs. Kathryn Kinman, 42 Ivy, Victor, 71, 101, 103 J James, John Eel, 40, 93, 109, 115. 122 Ja. kson, Charles, 71, 100, 103, 126 Jackson, Jennie Mae, 61, 124, 125, 133. 1 69 Jenkins, J. D., 72, 100, 103, 117 Jolliff, V. R,, 100 Jones, Dorothy N., 72 Junes. Eileen, 61, 130, 132, 139, 1 II Jones, Evelvn, 41 Jones, Mrs. ' Mary E., 41, 131 Jones, James, 77 Johnson, Gerald W., 53 Johnson, Ernest N., 40, 124, 125, 126, 133 Johnson, Irene, 72 Johnston. David, 52. 93, 118, 123 Jordan, Jay, 72, 93, 100, 103, 14 I K Kasserman, Robert, 72, 101 Kays, Victor C, 22 Kays, Mrs. Victor C, 31 Kays, Victor H., 61, 101, 127, 128, 166 Keller, Buford, 61 Keller, Donald, 77, 93. 118 Keller, Dorse, 72, 93, 113, 122 Keller, Hugh, 53 Keller, Kenneth, 62 Kellett, Mack A., 53, 102, 113, 123, 126, 1 I I Kellett, Orville, 53 93, 94, 109, 116, 119, 122, 129, 138, 142. Kerley, Ernest, 41, 93, 126, 144. Killough, Newton. 72. 93, 101, 125, 134, L36, ] 10. 166 Kimbro, Doris, 72 Kimbro, Hunter, 72, 102, 125. 131, 166 Kincaid, Jack. 53, 100, 102 Kincannon, lYlarjorie. 53, 131. 136, 111 King, Kathleen, 72, 126, 130, 139, 141 Kirk, Earl E., 41, 93, 123, 140 Koehler, Thelma, 72. 121. 126, 132, 139 Kunhing, William. 53. 128. 131, 140 L Lackey, Grace, 62 Lane. (Catherine, 72 Langford, Juanita, 72. 126. 130 Lassiter, Martha Lou, 28 Lauderdale, James B., 101, 103 Page Two Hundred and Four Leader, Audrey, 72, 99, 126, 136, 141, 170 Ledbetter, Betsy, 62, 127, 168 Ledhetter, Joe, 62 Lee, Johnnye, 72, 136, 139 Lee, Virginia, 62, 127 Lentz, James, 72, 100, Lentz, }. Maurice 72, 100 Lewis, Capt. John L., 28, 96 Lichtenberger, Lucile, 72, 139, 141 Liddell, Mildred, 42, 126, 130, 132, 139, 111. 143, 170 Lilly, Gene, 53, 93 Lilly, James, 42, 92. 93. 91. 122, 142 Lines, Dorothy Lea, 42, 123, 125, 168 Lines, Fred, 73, 134 Linn, T. H., Jr., 53, 93, 100 Lipsky, Charles, 62, 144 Little, Amy, 28, 105, 1 39, 168 Little, Darwin, 62 Livengood, Bernice, 29, 137, 111 Love, George Edward, 43, 93, 94, 123 Lynch, Claude, 77, 100, 103 M Mack, Clifton, 62. 93, 110, 122, 166 Mack. Virginia Lee Elder, 77 Maddox, H. J. Jr., 77, 100 Marino, Frank F., 97 Marvin, James R., 29, 128 Masner, Emma Jo, 77 Mason, James Hocker, 32, 137 Mason, Joe R., 73, 101, 103 Markel, Arthur, 77 Mattix, Constance, 77 Mayberry, Katherine, 73, 169 Mayfield, Lloyd, 73, 102, 103, 134, 136, 166 Meacham, Harris, 73, 100, 103 Meredith, Harry. 43, 110. 116, 122 Miller, Charles, 53, 110, 122, 123, 126, 138, 142, 144 Miller, William, 51. 110, 122, 126, 129. 138, 142, 144 Milner, Elbert, 73, 101, 103, 111, 122, 165 Mitchell, Leon G., 97 Mitts, Mrs. Claudia, 73 Mobley, J. Donald, 77 Moffilt, Inez, 54, 144, 168 Montgomery, James B., 29, 93, 94, 122 Moore, Byron, 62, 100, 106. 123, 110. 1 11. 163 Moore, Dorothy, 62, 168 Moore, Fred, 77, 101, 103 Moore, Robert, 62, 123, 110. 111. 167 Morion. Monnie, I I. 130, 131 NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Mullins, Velma, 44 Murphy, Mary Claire, 62, 133, 136, 138, 139, 141, 143, 170 Myrick, La Verne, 54, 123, 144, 167 Mc McAlister, Leon, 62 McAllister, Ellsworth, 43, 93, 94, 122, 123, 165 McBride, Louis, 43, 128, 140, 166 McConnell, Reed, 62, 93, 167 McCutcheon. Emmett, 62 McDonald, Helen, 73, 99, 106, 127, 136, 159, 168 McDonald, Meredith, 73, 133, 170 McEwen, Homer E.. 29, 93 McGlasson, Marsella, 53, 130, 136, 170 McGuire, Joe. 62, 93. 100, 110, 122, 166 McHaney, James, 53, 144 Mcllaney, Sam, 62, 124, 125 McKenney, Mildred Rose, 53, McMann, Melba, 73, 126, 133, 138, 139, 141. 168 McMeans, Clyde E., 29, 124, 125 McMeans, Mrs. Clyde E., 125 McWilliams, Major, 62, 110, 122, 123, 126, 144 N Nedrow, Dr. W. W., 29. 110, 1 11 Neff, Letha, 63, Newsom, William, 63, 101, 103, 121. 125. 128 Newton, Charles, 77, 101, 103 Nicks, Adelene, 63 Niell, Frederic, 73, 101, 103, 134 Norsworthy, Inez, 63 Norris, Newton, 44, 93, 113, 119, 122 Nunnallv. Helen, 54, 130, 132, 136, 170 Nutter, Charles, 54, 136, 165 0 " B rien, Mertie, 77 O ' Neal, Addie Lou, 73 Osborne, Joe W., 73, 100, 103 Osborne, Martha. 54. 130, 170 Osborne, Richard, 54, 101, 103 Osburn, Winford, 63, 93, 100, 103 Owen, Carrie Mae. 54, 139, 169 Owens, Thurman. 1 1 P Parish, Jimmy, 63, 125, 134, 135, 136, 141. 165 Parker. Olan, Jr., 63, 93, 101, 103. 138. 111. 163 Pasmore, Dr. D. F., 29, 127, L33 Patton, John T., 54 Patty, Dr. John R., 29, 142 Payne, Favorita, 77 Pearman, James, 63, 93, 118, 123, 144 Permenter, James, 63, 93, 100, 123 Peterson, Edgar, 77, 101 Peterson, Merle, 54, 93 Phelan, Hugh, 77, 100 Phipps, S. L., 73, 100 Pitts, G. W. Jr., 73, 100, 131, 142 Plunkett, L. W., 30, 129, 138, 142, 114, 165 Plunkett, Dr. F. W., 30 Powell, J. 0., 102, 135 Powell, Kenneth, 45, 129, 131, 133, 138, 167 Poller, Charles, 101, 118, 167 Poyner, Ila Deene, 73 Poynor, Virginia, 73 Pratt, Hardy, 74, 101 Pratt, Venora, 7 I Price, Aldean, 63, 126, 132, 133, 139 Purvis, Virginia Lee, 74, 125, 132, 142, 170 Pruett, Ray, 63, 93, 94, 101, 128, 165 Pryor, H. H.. 101 Puryear, Margaret, 77 Pyland, Iola 74 R Ramsey, James, 74, 101, 136, 140, 141, 165 Raney, Vivian, 77 Ratton, Robert, 63 Ratliff, Vivian, 53 Rauls, Aletrus. 74, 130, 139, 141, 170 Rawls, Pauline, 74, 139, 141 Ray, Juanita. 77 Raymond, Francis, 63, 101, 103 Rea, Ola June. 71 Reed, Charles, 45 Renshaw, Catherine, 63, 127 Richards, Alary Ann, 54, 126, 129, 133, 138, 139, 141, 112. 168 Richards, Wanda, 74, 126, 139, 141 Richardson, B. B., 100 Richie, Wessie, 77, 136. 139 Ridings, G. R., 77, KM Robbs, John, 45, 125, 133, 144. 165 Roberts, Ann, 74, 130, 132, 139, 141 Roberts. Juanita, 7 I Robey, Dr. Ashley, 30, 166 Robins. Mabel, 74, 126, 139 Robinson, Charles, 74, 102, 103, 134 Robinson, Troy Lee, 45, 126, 140 Page Two Hundred and Five NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN Rodgers, Gale, 46 Rogers, Frank, 63, 100, 122, 165 Rogers, Emma, 32 Rogers, Mrs. Nannie A., 30 Roleson, Franklin. 54, 101 Rosecrans, Mary E., 63, 126, 138, 139 Ross. Ed. 46, 93, 94, 111, 122, 165 Rowan, Marzee Ann. 71. 125, 136, 169 Rushing, Lorene, 63 Rutledge, Angus, 77, 100 s Sanders, Don, 74, 93, 101, 103 Sanders, Ernest, 55, 125, 136, 138, 144, 165 Sanders, Katie, 134 Sanderson. Leslie, 77, 102, 167 Schell, Alberta, 75, 130, 139, 141 Schnee, Robert H., 74, 102, 134 Schwartz, Herbert, 30, 105, 122 Scott. G. Edwin, 77, 101 Scott, Oscar, 74, 100 Scott, Rodney, 74, 100 Seal, Matiiene, 75 Secoy. Lorraine, 77 Secoy, Molly, 75 Shannon, Leister, 55, 93, 114, 122 Shannon, James, 64 Sharp. Camilla, 75, 127 Shaver, Maude, 75 Shearer, Mayme, 77 Sherrod, Neil, 47, 111, 122, 123, 126, I I I Showalter, Alan, 75, 101, 128, 131, 133 Showalter, Dr. D. F.. 30. 137, 142 Sifford, Wilson. 64, 101, 118, 167 Simmons, Helen, 75 Skari, Lutlue, 97 Smith, Berl, 55, 101. 14 1. 167 Smith, Eugene, 77, 167 Smith, J. Jordon, 77, 100 Smith, John M., Jr.. 17. 93, 122. 126, 129, I 1 1 Smilh, Mrs. John iVI., Jr., 46. 130, 133, 138 Smith, Landis, 46, 123, 125. 140 Smith, Wrex L., 61 Snodgrass, Arthur, 97 Speck, Leslie. 30. 105. 107. 111. 122, 165 Spin-lock, Glenn, 55, 93. 116, 122, 123 Spurlock, Rosa. 55. 121, 130, 141 Stacy, Latham, 6 1. L01, 103. 1 I I, 166 Stallings, Waller M., 75, 101 Stamp . Almarie. 61. 121. 130. 132, 136, Ml Stone. Winnie B.. 61. 12 1. 125. 139. 111. 168 Page 7 WO II mid red and Six Storey, J. E., 101, 103 Stuck, Howard, 75, 101, 103, 127 Sturdivant, Louise, 75, 124, 133, 168 Swann, Bobbie Mealus, 32 Suanson, Ann, 64, 124, 125, 168 Swindle, J. L., 75, 100, 103, 140 Swindle, Mary Alice, 64, 139, 141, 169 T Taylor, Olene, 77 Teague, Mary E., 75 Thomas, Glenn, 61. 111. 167 Thomas, Morris, 55, 123, 144 Thompson. J. A., 55 Thompson, Kelley, 64, 100, 103. 123 Thompson, Melba, 64. 1 11. 168 Thompson, Tommy, 64 Thornton, Helen, 30, 126 Tidwell, James, 55 Tullos, Celeste, 64 Tyler, Clyde Denver, 55 u Underwood, Amos, 75, 100, 103, 123. 140. 1 I I V Vail, Jamie, 75 Vance, Kunkel. 17. 111. 116, 122, 10, 111 w alker. Beatrice, 75 Walker, Bert, 47, 93, 116. 122, 128 Walker. Eugene. 64 Walker, John, 64 Walker, Louise, 55, 133, 139 Walls, Maxie, 77, 101. L03 Walton. J. P. 100 Ward. Ray, 55, 103 Ward, Walter, 75, 100. 103, 111. 122, 165 Warr, C. V., 31 Warr, Mrs. C. V.. 31 Watkins, Berneda, 77 Watson, Frank, 55. 123, 126, 140, 142, 166 Watson, William, 38, 93, 126. 129, 140, 142, 144, 166 Walters, Dr. Mary, 31, 131, 137 Weatherton, Carolyn 75, 130 Weaver, Lucie Mae, 64, 148, 161, 168 Wester, G. W. 75, 101. 103 Whitaker, Ann Adelle, 76. 126. 130, 139, 1 II W hitaker, R., 24 White. John, 61. NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY- SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN While, Orville, 48, 125, 129. 133, 136, 138, 144 White, Mary Ellen, 77, 126, 136 White, Wallace, 77, 136, 138 Whitsitt, Edgar L., 25, 31 Whitsitt, Maxine, 76, 132, 170 Wike, Jess, 76, 101, 103 Wiles, Frank, 74 Wilkes, Billy, 65, 93, 123, 138, 143. 141. 165 Wilkey, C. R., 31 Williams, Jacob, 65, 102, 114, 134, 166 Williams, Loncla, 77 Williams, Phyllis, 76 Williamson, Jane, 76, 124, 126, 139, 141 Wilson, R. E. Lee, Jr., 24 Wilson, Hazel, 56, 124, 130, 139. 141, 168 Wilson, J. S., 56 Wimberly, Jerry, 93, 100, 144 Winters, Hansel T., 92, 93 Wood, William Joe, 76, 101, 103, 111, 122 Wood, Witt, 65, 93, 100 Woodside, Harriett, 65, 126, 130, 133, 136, 139 Worel, Wanda, 65 Wyatt, Billy, 48, 125, 133, 135 Wyatt, Daisy, 56, 127, 130, 132, 169 Wyatt, Helen, 65 Wyatt, Victor. 76, 101, 128, 166 Wyatt, William, 56, 143, 166 Wyatt, Winford, 48, 128, 136, 143, 166 Wynn, Isabel, 76, 134, 170 Y Yee, Tin-Boo, 65, 128, 136, 143 Young, James K., 65, 93, 123, 133, 136. 1 10. 144. z Zeigenhorn, Ralph, 65, 123, 136, 166 INDEX OIF ADVERTISERS Abernathy-Patton 185 Arkansas State College Press 200 Bank of Nettleton 176 Barton Lumber Company ..-179 Beans Williams Hardware 175 Becktold Company - 196 C. A. Stuck Sons .....188 Citizens Bank of Jonesboro 172 City Water and Light Plant. .-186 Coca-Cola Bottling Company 185 Craighead County Book Store .... 184 D. Canale and Co. 177 Gresig Funeral Home ----- 186 Globe Drug Store .....176 Heinemann ' s Dept. Store _ 179 Hollingsworth Cleaners - 184 House of Fashion 182 H. T. Purvis Son, Inc. .192 Jackson Paint Shop - 177 Jonesboro Grocer Company 182 Jonesboro Hardware Co 188 Jonesboro Laundry Dry Cleaners 196 Langford ' s Mortuary .__196 Mercantile Bank 180 Metzler Motor Co 182 Midwest Dairy Products Co. __ ....175 Miller-Crenshaw Co. - 180 Nu-Way Cleaners 175 Olive ' s Studio __ - 195 Peerless Engraving Co . 199 Penix Cleaning Plant 188 Piggly Wiggly Stores - 172 Pitts-Baldwin Music Co., ..182 P. L. Graves, Florist 186 Puryear Grocer Co _ 185 Sammons Printing Company - __173 Star Clothing House 173 Thorpe-McCauley-Love Co. -179 Union Baking Company 173 United Agencies, Inc. - - ....176 Wall ' s Dept. Store .....192 Z. T. Matthews and Son 177 44 Cab and Bus Company ..177 Page Two Hundred and Seven NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE INDIAN AUTOGRAPHS I ' (!£(• Tun Hundred and Ki il NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN


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