Arkansas State University - Indian Yearbook (Jonesboro, AR)

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DEAN B.ELLIS LIBRARY ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ! V f f V •:• • •:• V V •:• f % V f ❖ ❖ Arkansas State ❖ V V ❖ College : JLX LIBRIS 2X114 Artamsas Sfafe College ITeapLoot flhe 1939 Indian Vol nine XVI Published by Senior Class tfonesljoro, Arkansas MARY CLAIRE MURPHY Editor CLARK HE THE RING TON Business Manager WM. WYATT Printing Supervisor RICHARD WHITAKER DEDICATION We respectfully dedicate this yearbook to the memory of Mr. Richard Whitaker who died at his home in Knobel on November 7, 1938. He served faithfully on the Board of Trustees of Arkansas State College from the day of his appointment by Governor George Donaghey on January 1, 1912, until the day of his death; twenty-four of these twenty-six years he was president of this important group. His record of never missing a regular board meeting in this period of time will probably never be equalled. Mr. Whitaker served other groups with the same loyalty as he did the College. He was a Stale Senator for four years, on the Executive Board of the Farmers Union for fifteen years, and a member of his county central committee for thirty years. Here was truly a great citizen of Arkansas; here was really a friend of young people and Arkansas State College. R. IE. LIE IE WILSON HALL COMMONS BUILDING MILITARY SCIENCE BUILDING WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL BARNHART HALL LEWIS HALL ARMORY PRINTING BUILDING AND COLLEGE CLUB WILSON HALL THROUGH THE CIRCLE K GINKKI{] " G 111 ILDINC AGRICULTURE BUILDING ATHLETIC STADIUM PRESIDENT ' S HOME T A lb IL E O IF REEL I ADMINISTRATION REEL II = STUDENTS REEL llllll B ORGANIIZATIIONS REEL IV a |V||LITARY IFO REWORD We are particularly indebted to Walt Disney Productions of Hollywood, Calif, for its special permission to use the Walt Disney characters pictured within this book. Just as Mr. Disney ' s immortal " Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs " represents remarkable progress in the motion picture industry — so does Arkansas State College on the anniversary of its founding some thirty years ago represent progress in the educational field. As we pause to honor those individuals who have laid the foundations for success in the past thirty years, may we aspire to aid in making the next thirty years equally as great. —The Editor CONTENTS REEL V a CREEKS REEL YII-BEAUTIES REEL YIIII-athletiics REEL VIII-fEATLRES The Major and the boys . . . Grant discusses the situation . . . Mrs. Brown on her way to class . . . " Doc " Robey, one of the ' men in white ' . . . Dr. Pasmore entering the portals . . . " Tex ' ' serves a hard one . . . Miss Schierding in a characteristic pose . . . Strain watchin ' a hall game . . . The " Building " . . . Dr. Plunkett tells Metzler all about it . . . What ' s she doing on this page? . . . Dean Hollard and his " desk ' . . . Langston posin ' in the snow . . . Dr. Nedrow going over an experiment . . . Mr. Mac puts on the power . . . Coach and his books . . . Plunkett and Dr. Showalter pause to chat . . . Coach Dukie telling ' em . . . Doc " REEL I--AD MINISTRATION PRESIDENT V. C. KAYS Presidents Message The history of civilization may be written in terms of man ' s progress from fear to faith. Faith in ourselves and Must in our neighbors enables us to build up institutions. Institutions are essential to progress in human lives today. The early reliance on rugged individualism and its potentialities for the protection of the individual and the community and the development of the race no longer gives the assurance of security essential to the satisfac- tions in human life. The " American Way ' " is no different today than yesterday, but the problems incident to the enjoyment of the " American Way ' ' of life are new. There are new frontiers to explore if the retention of democratic liberty and the realizations of the fundamental right to work at tasks suited to our training and capacity and to enjoy the standard of living in keeping with human dignity are to be perpetuated. Democracy today is apparently in greater danger than ever before on account of ignorance, selfishness, and greed of individuals, groups, com- munities and nations and groups of nations. To this end, optimism, faith in mankind, belief in ideals, courage and willingness to call upon and work with our fellow man are vital if we are to emerge from the narrow personal and selfish desires and become a constructive force in the world today. If we have and utilize this optimism, we will prove that we have been able to create the beginning of a new order in a peaceful and prosperous world. Each of us has a rendezvous with destiny which means more today with the present implications of personal, social, political, and moral responsi- bilities than it has in the history of the world. It is our hope that your concepts of individual responsibility drawn from the cumulative apperceptive experiences of your lives today may sustain you and guide and direct you in the solution of the intricacies of the new frontiers of our " American Way. " IBOAIRID OIF TIRIUSTIEIES In the hands of the Board of Trustees of the College rests the huge responsibility for the general welfare of the faculty, students, and physical plant. Each of the Board Members is chosen b the Governor of the State of Arkansas, and each is well qualified for his or her position. JUDGE J. C. JOHNSON At the death of Mr. Richard Whitaker this past November, Governor Carl Bailey appointed Mr. W. L. Banks, McCrory planter, as president of the Board. Mr. Banks has been a member of this body for the entire thirty years of its existence and is well fitted in every way for this tremendous task. Assisting Mr. Banks is Mr. Maurice Block of Paragould, prominent northeast Arkansas insurance man, who serves as secretary of the Board, and Miss Pearle Davis of Forrest City, who is employed by the State Department of Internal Revenue. This year Governor Bailey appointed Judge J. C. Johnson, West Memphis civic leader, and Mr. Will Mack, Jonesboro theater man, to serve on the Board of Trustees. Both of these men are familiar with prob- lems of finance, education, and administration, and are in a position to be of considerable assistance to the school and its student body. WILL MACK Page 20 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 BOARD IBOAIRID Of TRUSTEES Through the efforts of the Board of Trustees and the President of the College much worthwhile and lasting work has heen accomplished for the betterment of the College in general, its faculty, and student hody. A few of the interesting achievements of these past thirty years are listed helow: P " Qp) ' PJJJT] STUDENTS well-rounded program of intercollegiate athletics including football, basketball, track, Softball, and tennis for varsity teams; the best intra- mural program in the South open to all students and faculty members of the College. Student publications — the Herald and Indian. Inter- esting social life including sororities and fraternities, departmental clubs and honor societies which are responsible for dances, banquets, picnics, and other similar fimctions. Interesting and beneficial musical and dramatic productions. Opportunities for student employment. JT ULT Y GRO WTH From the small group of instructors needed to run the first agricultural school, the faculty of Arkansas State College has doubled and redoubled until now we have 41 full time instructors and a large group of others who serve the College in various capacities. All faculty members are chosen for their abili ty to " put across " their particular subject and to guide the student body by their precept and example. DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL PLANT- For the use of the students and faculty and other employees, the con- certed efforts of the President and Board of Trustees have secured for the College five dormitories, three of which are new and fire-proof, approximately twenty-five faculty residences in addition to the College Club Apartments, an Administration Building with well-planned offices, classrooms, and laboratories, as well as a large auditorium equipped with motion picture facilities. A new engineering building. Demon- stration School, and stadium have been completed recently. An excel- lent new science building and another for the Military Department are nearing completion. Extra features are the beauty and barber shops, both excellently furnished, two soda fountains, the book store where students may obtain all kinds of school supplies, and above all a beautiful and spacious campus. BO RD 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 21 ID IE AM Of THE FACULTY Dr. D. b. Showalter, as Dean of the Faculty, has been of decided worth to the College. His many years of study of college problems have ecjuipped him particularly well for his position with a knowledge of ihe sanctions of the institution. Aside from his duty as Dean, he is frequently called on to go among the high school student bodies of our State and of neighboring states, to speak to them about educational problems. He is conversant with the progressive methods of educa- tion all over the United States as well as with Arkansas. Dean Showalter is well prepared to offer excellent advice to students who expect to enter the teaching profession and other fields of activity. hi I) I ' . HloW l Tl ' .l! REGISTRAR Registrar H. E. Eldridge may be called the man of many trades. Indeed, his duties are many. In the first place his duty is to keep an individual permanent record of every student ' s activities, scholastic and extra-curricular, that comes to Arkansas State College. It is also his task to manage the National Youth Admin- istration bo- the entire College. Another of his duties is serving as consulting engineer for the constructing, main- taining, and repairing of all College buildings, and main- taining of outlying property. He is known to the students as " Cap. " When he seeks diversion from these responsibilities, he indulges in iiis favmilr hobbies hunting and fishing. REGISTRAR H. E. ELDRIDGE Page 22 10(19 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ID IE AIM Of MEN Frequently acclaimed the most popular man on the cam- pus, Dean H. W. Hollard is known to be about the busiest. Besides serving as advisor to the various student groups, he is supervisor of the College dairy, supervisor of all chapel programs, and is an instructor. The Dean of Men is chiefly concerned with the men students of the College, and his office serves as a forum for those who have problems concerning school or private life. It is the Dean who helps to solve these problems which may seem trivial to others. As chairman of the Committee on Student Affairs and Convocations, he has general supervision of extra-curricular activities. In his office are centered, among other things, matters of student conduct. At all times he emphasizes prevention and cure rather than discipline. His advice is available to every student in the institution and to every organization which needs it. MR. H. W. HOLLARD MRS. MARY ROGERS BROWN DEAN Of WOMEN The post of Dean of Women filled by Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown is similar to that filled by the Dean of Men. To this office come students, particularly girls, who have prob- lems concerning dormitory regulations, rules for many social affairs, conduct, etc. It is the aim of Mrs. Brown at all tim.?s to aid in the development of a high degree of personal integrity for the women students. At all times, the Dean of Women, welcomes questions of any nature and does her best to work out satisfactory solutions to all problems. She tries to help students gain command over personal resources which in turn brings about discipline of mind and spirit. Mrs. Brown assumed her duties as Dean of Women with the opening of the fall term, 1937-38. She succeeeded her mother. Mrs. Nannie A. Rogers, and her sister, Mrs. Ade- laide Gafke, who had served capably for many years. With such high standards set before her, Mrs. Brown has fulfilled all her work efficiently and effectively. 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 21114 Page 23 L £1 n ACHATZ, CAPT. RANC1S J. B. S., A. B. Assistant Professor of Military Science Tactics ANDERSEN, HOLGER W. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Education and Psy- chology BROWN, MRS. MARY ROGERS A.B.. M.S. Instructor in Home Economics and Dean of Women COLLINS, RUTH B.S., M. A. Supervisor in Intermediate Grades in Training School CORKILL, MAJOR WILLIAM E. A.B. Professor of Military Science and Tactics CROSNO, CHARLES DONALD B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Engineering DAVIS, JAMES WENDELL A.B. Instructor in Language, Mathematics, and Ph sical Training ELDRIDGE, HARRY E. B.S. Registrar ELDRIDGE, MRS. HARRY E. B.S. Supervisor in Training School ELLIS, DEAN B. B.S., M. S. Instructor in Mathematics Page 24 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1039 FACULTY IISV FRENCH, GUY B.S., M.A. Director of Training School GRANT, G. B. B.S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture HEUVER, ELEANOR M. A.B., M.A., B.S. Librarian HOLLARD, HENRY W. B.S., M.S. Instructor in Agriculture and Dean of Men HOLLARD, MRS. HENRY W. A. B. Instructor in Business Administration HOWELL, MRS. BESSIE A. B., M.A. Supervisor in Primary Grades HUITT, HOMER CARROLL B. S.E., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Social Science LANGSTON, VERNON C. B. S. Instructor in Agriculture LEWIS, CAPT. JOHN L. B.S. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics L1VENGOOD, BERNICE A.B., M.A. Instructor in English FACULTY 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 25 McMEANS, CLYDE E. B.M. Director of Music MASON, JAMES HOCKER A.B., M.A. Supervisor in Training School MASON, MRS. JAMES HOCKER A.B., M.A. Instructor in Physical Training NEDROW, WARREN W. A. B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Biology PASMORE, DANIEL FREDERICK A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages PASMORE, MRS. DANIEL F. B. S. Instructor in Art Education PATTY, JOHN ROLAND A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Physics and Mathematics PLUNKETT, FRANK WILLIS B.S.E., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English PLUNKETT, LELAND W. A.B., M.J. Instructor in English ROBEY, ASHLEY B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Page 26 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FACULTY ROGERS, EMMA Instructor in Training Schuul ROGERS, MRS. NANNIE A. A. B., M.A. Instiuctor in Education SCH1ERDING, LENORE E. B.S., M.A. Instructor in Social Science SCHWARTZ, HERBERT B. S. Director of Physical Training SHOWALTER, DONALD F. A. B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Education and Psychology and Dean of Faculty SPECK, LESLIE B.S.E. Instructor in Physical Training STRAIN, HALDANE B. M. Instructor in Music SWANN, BOBBIE MEALUS A. B., M.A. Supervisor in Intermediate Grades WHITE, HENRY ELLIS B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Agriculture WILKEY, C. R. B. S., M.S. Supervisor of Vocational Agriculture FACULTY 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Pa e 27 WOODRUFF, FRANK N. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Business Administration and Eco- nomics WYATT, WILLIAM HENRY A.B. Instructor in English ADAMS, LETON Secretary to Registiar and Recorder BULLA, GRACE Secretary to President HETHERINGTON, EARL S. Bookkeeper LINDSEY, TAYLOR A.B. Assistant to the Dean NEDROW, MRS. WARREN W. A.B. Head of Mailing Division SPIKES, JENNIE LEE Ponder Puff Operator WARR, C. V. Bursar WARR, MRS. C. V. Supervisor of Hulls Page 28 IviiO THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FACULTY I IN MEMORIAM Beloved head of the Department of Business Administra- tion and Economics passed away on March 18, 1939, after a brief illness. He tiuly lived his life for others and did much good for the College, students, and City of Jonesboro during his short slay with us. DR. FRANK N. WOODRUFF President of the Freshman Class for 1935-36 was killed in an unusual accident in June, 1936. Had fate willed otherwise, he would be graduating with his class this May. He was a true friend to all who knew him and was an able leader. I HP GUY D IS ALMA MATER All Hail! Our grand finale! We pay our homage here To you, Old Alma Mater: Stand ready hy our bier. We take our stand tomorrow In a world that knows us not To bear the joys and sorrows, To labor under lot. You lived before we came You ' ll live when we have passed. But of our list of names We hope that some will last As having made a gesture, Within some passing year, Which, when called to recollection, Might bring some friendly tear. We now ring down the curtain We now yield up the helm. It is not ours for certain What lies in future ' s realm. But Time presents the issue. It is but ours to bow. Alma Mater, we ' re going to miss you: Goodbye! We ' re leaving now! —J. L. SWINDLE REEL ll-STLIDENTS EUGENE B. SMITH, Jr., A. 15. Jmicsboro, Arkansas President Major: English Minor : History Press Club 1, 2, 3; Herald Staff 2, 3; French Club I, 2; Zeta Tau Zeta. Charter Member 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. Junior Class; Pres. Senior Class; Publicity Director of Athletics 2, 3. GENE WARREN CLEMENTS, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Vice-President Major: Physical Education Minors: Biology, Education Kappa Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; " A " Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. Sub-Captain 4; Football 3; Varsity Softball 3, 4; Vice-Pres. Senior Class; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges. ALDEAN PRICE, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Secretary Major: Business Administration Minor: Mathematics Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 1; Les Artistes 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. AMY CAMILLE BELFORD, B.S.E. Parkin, Arkansas Treasurer Majors: Social Science. Education Minors: English, Physical Education Women ' s Athletic Association 1, Vice-Pres. 2, 4, Pres. 3; Y. V. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Tau Zeta, Treas. 2, 3, Pres. 4. Page 32 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS FRANK ANGELO, B.S. Cotton Plant, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minor: Biology Pre-Law Club, Vice-Pres. 4; Delta Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, Hist- orian 4; Ag. Club I, 2, Vice-Pies. 3, Pres. 4; Head Cheer Lead- er 4; Les Artistes 3; Boxing Ass ' n. 3, 4; Tennis Ass ' n. 3, 4; Freshman Class Secretary; Junior Class Treasurer; Band and Orchestra 1, 2; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2; Pistol Club 3. 4; Press Club 2, 3; " A " Club 4; Varsity Softball 3, 4; Freshman Football. W. V. ARMSTRONG, B.S. Forrest City, Arkansas Major: Biology- Minors: English, Mathematics, Education Phi Theta Kappa 3, 4; Biological Seminar 3, 4; Student Mgr. Intranasals 3, 4; St. Francis County Examiner 1935-39. CROVER C. ASHLEY, Jr., B.S.E. Springfield, Missouri Major: History Minors: Education, Military Science University of Arkansas 1, 2; Senior Assistant in Social Science; Scabbard and Blade, Charier Member, 2nd Lt. 4; Reserve Of- ficers Ass ' n. 4; Historical Society 4; Pistol Club 4; Associate Editor of Indian 4; R.O.T.C. Cadet Capt. 4; International Re- lations Club 3, 4; Sgt.-at-Arms Senior Class. W. T. BALDWIN, B.S.E. Hickory Ridge, Arkansas Major: History Minor: Physical Training Delta Omega Sigma 2, 3, 4; " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-Law Club 3, 4; Ag. Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, Sub-Capt. 2, 3, Capt. 4; Varsity Softball 3, 4. SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 33 JAMES L. BEARD, B.S. ]onesboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Social Science, Education, Military Science Scabbard and Blade 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Reserve Of- ficers Ass ' n. 4; Ag. Club 2, 3, 4. JANE BORSCH, A.B. Helena, Arkansas Major: History Minor: English DOROTHY PEARL BOWERS, B.S.E. Dell, Arkansas Major: Education Minors: Physical Training, Social Science A.C.E. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. LOYCE MAE BRADEN, B.S.E. Monette, Arkansas Majors: English, Education Minor: Social Science A.C.E. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Page 34 ]W) THIRTY YEARS OF PROCRESS 1930 SENIORS ADDISON M. BRADFORD, Jr., A.B. Forrest City, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, Military Science Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Zeta Tau Zeta, Charter Member 1, 2, Treas. 3; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, Capt. 3; Le Cercle Francais 3; Press Club 2, 3; Scabbard and Blade 3; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 3. GRACE BULLA, B.S. State College, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: Social Science, Education Pi Omega Pi, Charter Member, 1st Treas. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; Instructor in Business Administration 4; Secretary to the President 2, 3, 4. BILLY JOHN BURKETT, B.S. McCrory, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minor: Business Administration Delta Omega Sigma ' 2, 3. IVAN S. BUSBY, B.S.E. Dexter, Missouri Majors: Physical Training, Biology Minors: History, Education, Agriculture " A " Club 3; Ag. Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Delta Omega Sigma 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Les Artistes 3, 4; Am. Ass ' n. for Health. Physical Education and Recreation, SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Rage A. H. CALDWELL, B.S. Oxford, Arkansas Major: Physics Minors: Mathematics, Engineering, Military Science Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Zeta Tau Zeta, Charter Member 2, 3, 4; Pistol Club 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member 4. Major: Minors: JOSEPH FOHD CARPENTER, R.S.E. WiUiford, Arkansas Social Science Biology, Physical Training, Education GWENDOLYNS COX, A.B. Holly Grove, Arkansas Major: Mathematics Minors: Science, French, English, Education Home Ec. Club 1, 4, Yice-Pres. 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 1, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, Cabinet 3; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3. Pres. 4; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Letter 2, 3; Assistant to Dean of Women 2, 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 3; Delta Beta Chi 3. Sec ' y 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Organizations Editor, Indian 4. BERNICE ARNEDA CROUCH, B.S.E. Marmaduke, Arkansas Majors: English, Education Minor: Business Administration A .C. E. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 4. Page 36 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 37 FANNIE MARY GARRETT, A.B. GEORGE B. GLOVER, Jr., B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minor: Military Science Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member 4; El Circulo Espanol 3; Press Club 2, 3; Delta Omega Sigma 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Track 1, 2; R. 0. T. C. Capt. 2, Major 3, Capt. 4; " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4. ELLSWORTH W. GRAHAM, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: Agriculture, Military Science R. 0. T. C. 2, 3, Capt. 4. Page 38 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS MRS. ESTELLE SRUM GREEN, B.S.E. C ' inlii ell, Missouri Major: English Minors: History, Education JUANITA GRIFFIN, A.B. Hot Springs, Arkansas Major: Mathematics Minors: Physics, Education Hendrix College, 1, 2; Delta Beta Chi 3, Treas. 4; Phi Theta Kappa 3; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Pres. 4; W. A. A. 2, 3; Student Life Committee 4; Indian Staff 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. LLOYD HANCOCK, B.S. Monette, Arkansas Major: Chemistry Minors: Military Science. MatliematfcsV ' Mtfsic V " -■ — Delta Omega Sigma % Treas . 2. SecV 3; Pres 4; Phi Theta Kappal 1. 3. Pres. 2; Cadet Officers " Club 4, 2nd Lt. 3; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member 4; R. 0. T. C. 2, 1st. Lt. 3. Capt. 4, Camp 3; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; Student Life Committee 3; Y. M. C. A. Vice-Pres. 3; Pre-Law Club, Sec ' y 3. Vice-Pres. 4; Band ], 2, 3, 4; College Orchestra 1, 2; Dance Orchestra 1, 2. Director 3, 4. FRANCES HARRIS, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: English, Histoiy EI Circulo Espanol 3. 4; Pistol Club 4; Home Ec. Club 4; W. A. A. 4; Alpha Tau Zeta 4. SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 39 WILLIAM ELSBY HENRICKSON, B.S. Poplar Bluff, Missouri Major: Biology ; Minors: Chemistry, History Pre-Med Club 3, Sec ' y-Treas. 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Central Annual Committee 4. CLARK HETHER1NGTON. A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Physics Minors: French, Mathematics, Military Science Phi Theta Kappa Freshman Award; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, 3; Pistol Club 2, 3, 4; Business Manager Indian 4; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member, Capt. 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; R. 0. T. C. Capt. 2, Major 3, Col. 4; Saber, Outstanding Basic Student 2; Student Life Committee 4; Junior Class President 3; Kappa Sigma Nu 1, Historian 2, 3, Sec ' y- Treas. 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. Page 40 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS MRS. CARL HIBDON, A.B. Junesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minors: French. Education MARY EMMA HICKOX, A.B. Joncsboro, Arkansas Major: English Minor: Education A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma 1, 2, Reporter 3, Sec ' y 4; Press Club 2, 3; Pi Gamma Mu 4: Senior Assistant in English; Le Cercle Francais 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Phi Theta Kappa 1. 2, 3; Herald Staff 3, 4; Assistant Editor Indian 4: W ho ' s W ho in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. MAGGIE LEW HOGLE, A.B. Winner, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: Art, Social Science, Education Sponsor 1st Battalion, R. O. T. C. 2; Delta Beta Chi 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4; Y. W ' . C. A. 3. 4; Les Artistes 2, 4, Pres. 3; El Circulo Espanol 2, 4. Sec ' y 3; Art Editor Indian 3, 4; B. A. Club 3; Pi Omega Pi, Charter Member 4; Pistol Club 2, 3; ing Day Queen 4; Le Cercle Francais 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges. ROBERT HARRISON HUGHEY, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minor: English Dance Orchestra 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 2, 2nd Lt. Band 3, Capt. Band 4. SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 41 JAMES E. HYATT, Jr., B.S.E. McCrory, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, Agriculture Kappa Sigma Nu 4; " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pic-Law Club 2, 3, 4; Herald Staff 2, 3, 4; Indian Staff 4. ELZIE C. JENKINS, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Education, Economics BERT JOHNSON, B.S. Joncsboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: History, Business Administration VICTOR H. KAYS, B.S. State College, Arkansas Major: Engineering Minors: Mathematics, Science Engineers Club 1, 2. 3; El Circulo Espanol 2. 3; Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Historical Society 4; Indian Staff, Layout Editor 3. Page 42 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS 131 FORD K ELLER, B.S. Otwell, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Education, Business Administration, Biology Ag. Club 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 2, 3, 4; B. A. Club Senior Assistant in Business Administration. KENNETH RAY KELLER, B.S. Otwell, Arkansas Majors: Agriculture, Biology Minor: Business Administration Phi Theta Kappa 3; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Ag. Club Club 3, 4; Senior Assistant in Biology 4. KENNETH K. KIRK, B.S.E. Cushrnan, Arkansas Majors: History, English Minor: Education Pi Gamma Mu 4; Assistant to Dean of Men 4; International Relations Club 1, 2, 4; Basketball 4; Y. M. C. A. 2, 4; Historical Society 4. DARWIN LITTLE, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minor: History International Relations Club 4. SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 43 JOSEPH RUANE McGUIRE, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas .Major: Chemistry Minors: Mathematics, Engineering, Military Science " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, Historian 4; Engineers Club 3; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Pistol Club 3, 4; Senior Assistant in Chemistry; R. O. T. C. 1st Lt. 2, Capt. 3, Lt.-Col. 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4, JIM McKENZIE, B.S. Bono, Arkansas Major: Minor: Agriculture Education CLIFTON MACK, B.S. Rector, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minor: Biology Kappa Sigma Nu 1. 2. 3, Vice-Pres, 4: Assistant to Dean of Men 4; Football 1, 2. 4, All-State 3. VIVIAN MADDOX, A.B. Harrisburg, Arkansas M«j r: English Minors: French, Education Central College 1; Ouachita College 2; Le Cercle Francais 4; Alpha Tau Zeta, Corres. Sec ' y 4; Pistol Club 4; Indian Staff 4; Herald Staff 4; Historical Society. Charter Member and First Pres. Page 44 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROCRESS 1939 SENIORS MRS. W. WARREN MILLER, B.S.E. Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Majors: Education, Business Administration Minors: History. English Henderson-Brown College ' 22- ' 23; West Tenn. Teachers College. Summer ' 24; John Brown College ' 25- ' 26; Arkansas Teachers College, Summers ' 28- ' 34; Arkansas State, Summers ' 35- ' 36, ' 38 ' 39. JOCIE LaVERNE MONAN, B.S.E. Car ut h vrsvill e, M issouri Major: History Minor: Education MARY CLAIRE MURPHY, A. B. Joncsboro, Arkansas Majors: Business Administration, English Minors: Social Science, Education, French Indian Staff 2, 3, Editor 4; Herald Staff 2. 3, 4; Senior Assistant in Business Administration; Pi Omega Pi, Charter Member and 1st Pres. 4; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa 2, 3; Delta Beta Chi 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; International Relations Club 2, 3. Pres. 4; B. A. Club 3. Pres. 4; W. A. A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3; Press Club 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. Cabinet 3; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. HELEN NUNNALLY, B.S.E. Jonesbora, Arkansas Major: Education Minor: Biology W. A. A. 1; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 4; Les Artistes 1, Vice-Pres. 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Delta Beta Chi 1, 4, Vice-Pres. 2; Pi Gamma Mu 4; R. 0. T. C. Regimental Queen 4; Senior Assis- tant in Education. SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 45 NORMAN PIERCE, B.S. Clarkton, Missouri Major: Agriculture Minor: Biology Football 3; Ag. Club 2, 3, 4; " A " Club 3, 4. JESSIE A. QUINN, B.S.E. Hollywood, Missouri Major: Education Minors: Social Science, Home Economics ■4 FRANCIS (TOP) RAYMOND Ray, North Dakota Major: Business Administration Minors: Military Science, Education Kappa Sigma Nu 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member and 1st Sgt. 4; B. A. Club 3, 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; Pistol Club 3, 4; Basketball 3; Assistant to Dean of Men 4; Senior Assistant in Business Administration; R. 0. T. C. 2, 1st Lt. 3, Capt. 4; Sports Editor Indian 4. GUS RAY RIDINGS, A.B. Arbyrd, Missouri Major: Social Science Minors: French, Education, Military Science Delta Omega Sigma 2, 3; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3; International Relations Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Pre-Med Club 3; Senior Adviser to Freshmen; Senior Class Editor Indian 3; Assistant to Dean of Men 3; R. O. T. C. 1. 2nd Lt. 2, Major 3, Camp 2; Cadet Officers Club 2, 1st Lt. 3; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member 3; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; Baptist Student Union, Pres. 3: Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 3. 47V Page 46 L9D9 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS MARY ELIZABETH ROSECRANS, A.B. Jotiesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minor: Education Dramatic Club 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 2; Pistol (Hub Upha Tau Zeta 3, Treas. 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4. ALAN B. SHOWALTER, B.S.E., B.S. State College, Arkansas Majors: Education, Psychology Minors: Physics, Mathematics Engineers Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4. Treas. 5; International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Y. M. C. A. 3, 4, 5; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, 5; Phi Theta Kappa 4; Historical Society 5; Senior Assistant in Psychology 4; Senior Assistant in Physics 5; Who ' Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 5. WILSON SIFFORD, B.S. Cherry Valley, Arkansas Major: Physics Minors: Mathematics, Engineering, Military Science Zeta Tau Zeta, Charter Member 2, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Engineers Club 2, 3, 4; R. 0. T. C. 2. 2nd Lt. 3, Major 4, Camp 3; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, Charter Member, 1st Lt. 4; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; Pistol Club 4. ARMAND SRUM, B.S.E Cardwell, Missouri Majors: History, English Minor: Education International Relations Club 3; Track Manager 3. SENIORS 1900 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Pfcge 17 J. L. SWINDLE, A.B. J ' aragvuld, Arkansas Major: English Minor: History Dramatic Clul) 2, 3; Press Club 1, 2, 3; Men ' s Glee Club 4; Assistant to Dean of Men 4; Assistant to Head of English Dept. 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Herald Staff 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 3, 4. JOHN L, THOMPSON, A.B. Blythevitle, Arkansas Major: English Minor: Mathematics Engineers Club 1, 2. 3. Vice-Pres. 4; Delta Omega Sigma 3, Chaplain 4; Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, Pres. 4; El Circulo Espanol 4. H. B. THORN, Jr., B.S. Harrisburg, Arkansas Major: Biology- Minor: Mathematics Freshman Class Pres.; Engineers Club, Vice-Pres. 2; Sports Editor. Herald 2; Manager Basketball Team 1; Who ' s Wbo 1, 2; Delta Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. HUGH WHEELER, B.S.E. Couch, Missouri Major: Social Science Minors: Education. Business Administration Intramurals 2. 3; Ag. Club 4; Biology Club, Vice-Pres. 2; International Relations Club 4; Pi Omega Pi, Charter Member, 4. Page 48 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS WALLACE WHITE, AT!. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, French Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2, 3; Kappa Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Orchestra 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Press Club 1, 2, 3; Historical Society, Reporter 4; R. 0. T. C. Band 3, 4; Mounting Editor Indian 4; Intramurals 2; Herald Staff 2, 3, 4. MAXINE WH1TSITT, U.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minor: Education Les Artistes 1, 2; Delta Beta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 1; Dramatic Club 1; Dance Orchestra 3; Press Club 2; Senior Assistant in Business Administration; B. A. Club 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi, Charter Member and Historian 4; Indian Staff 4, Herald Staff 2. BILLY WILKES, A.B. Little Rock, Arkansas Major: English Minors: Social Science, Physical Training Indian Staff 2, Circulation Mgr. 4; Football 1; Track 2; Delta Omega Sigma 2, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Pre-Law Club 2, 4, Pres. 3; Press Club 1, 2; Vice-Pres. 3; Student Life Committee 3; Le Cercle Francais 3, 4; Pistol Club 3; Ag. Club 1, 2, 3; Herald Staff 2, Editor 3. WITT WOOD, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Business Administration, Military Science Pistol Club 4; Ag. Club 3; Zeta Tau Zeta 4; Scabbard and Blade. Charter Member 4; Cadet Officers Club 3, 4: R. 0. T. C. 2, 2nd Lt. 3, Capt. 4; B. A. Club 3. SENIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 49 ISABEL WYNN, A.B. Corning, Arkansas Delta Beta Chi 1, 2, 4, Reporter 3; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Le Cercle Franeais 1, 3; Dramatic Cluh 1; String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. 2, 3; Herald Staff 3, 4. JAMES KIMBLE YOUNG, Jr., B.S. Paragould, Arkansas Majors: Agriculture, Education, Chemistry Minors: Physical Training, French " A " ' Club 2, 3, 4; Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Glee Club 4; Pre- Med Club, Charter Member 2, 3; Choral Club 4; Le Cercle Franeais 1, 2, 3, 4; El Circulo Espanol 2, 3; Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 3; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Senior Assistant in Education; Boxing Team 3; Historical Society 4; Pre-Law Club 3; Pistol Club 2, 3. SENIORS WITH NO PICTURES ZEPHIA W. BRADEN, B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, Business Administration CARRIE MAE OWEN, B.S.E. Dell, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minor: English D. BURNIS WHITE Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minor: Business Administration Page 50 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SENIORS JUIMIORS Paul Allbright, President Marion, Arkansas n . 0 M George Hill, Vice-Pm Pyofr, Arkansas Marzee Ann Rowan, Sec ' y Jonesbora, Arkansas wfttt Dan Adams Jonesboro, Arkansas Lorene Bailey Jonesboro, Arkansas Clark M. Baker Jonesboro, Arkansas [mogene Baker on csboro, A rkansas Bp a, PHI A J. Lavaughn Barnes Z?i rto, Arkansas Pernell Barwick Poplar Blujj, Missouri — 1 Almeda Berry Manila, Arkansas Doris Uingliam (r reneda, M is s is sip p i JQW _ » ' IBBP BBhI Kathryn Bittinger Grady, Arkansas Page 52 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 JUNIORS (Howard Bloodworth Poplar Bluff, Missouri Alma Bremer Roe, Arkansas Ruth Hardin Brewer Jonesboro, Arkansas William Ray Burrow Salem, Arkansas Tancil Caldwell Jonesboro, Arkansas Mary Mae Collins Jonesboro, Arkansas K. ■Pa 1 ' m Tt ■Blv -An Mary June Booker Jonesboro, Arkansas Farrar Brewer Jonesboro, Arkansas Earl L. Bundy Chanute, Kansas Bernice Paden Caldwell Salem, Arkansas Kenneth Camp Jonesboro, Arkansas Ivy Preston Crane Jonesboro, Arkansas JUNIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 53 Gwincva Cujij) Marmaduke, Arkansas mm " ' wk f A Caleb Davis, Jr. Braggadocio, Missouri Ralph Davis Jonesboro, Arkansas :::: i f G. C. Driver, Jr. Luxora, Arkansas Remmel H. Dudley Jonesboro, Arkansas B p i ■ ji Martha Edwards Evening Shade, Arkansas Frank R. Elder Jonesboro, Arkansas fm tMm Hi Jimmie English Earle, Arkansas Gladys Fisher Monette, Arkansas P Bonnie Forbess Trumann, Arkansas El wood Freeman Jonesboro, Arkansas mm, Edwin H. Garrison Jonesboro, Arkansas Page 54 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 JUNIORS Ira Gray Blyth eville, A rkansas Irene Frances Harral Evening Shade, Arkansas Mary Lee Haynes Pocahontas, Arkansas John Hitchcock Bono, Arkansas Joe G. Hughes Jonesboro, Arkansas Jay Jordon Forrest City, Arkansas William Bruce Green Marked Tree, Arkansas Dai] Hatch Nashville, Arkansas Clay H. H enclerson Pocahontas, Arkansas Edwanl H. Hoffmi alparaiso, Indu Irene Johnson Biggers, Arkansas Donald Keller Jon cs boro, A rkansas JUNIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 55 Dorse Keller Jonesboro, Arkansas % XT W Katherine Lane Jonesboro, Arkansas Fred Linton Russellville, Arkansas ■ Pi Daniel C. McLean Blytheville, Arkansas BE A o Harris Meacham Monette, Arkansas i Ah Fred Niell Jonesboro, Arkansas Paul Kendall Strawberry, Arkansas Betsy Ledbetter Jonesboro, Arkansas Robert Edward McKnight Brinkley, Arkansas Constance Mattix Jonesboro, Arkansas Fred P. Moore Nettleton, Arkansas Anita Claire Pollett Jonesboro. Arkansas Page 56 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 JUNIORS Hillis A. Pratt Bono, Arkansas Pauline Rawls Dumas, Arkansas Harold D. Ridings Arbyrd, Missouri Leslie G. Sanderson Jonesboro, Arkansas Lorraine Secoy Jonesboro, Arkansas Maxine Shearer Brooklanil, Arkansas o 1 Cl i p. tin Iv i ' ml James Ramsey Marmaduke, Arkansas Juanita Ray Jonesboro, Arkansas Angus Rutledge I arian n a, A rkan sas Robert Schnee Jonesboro, Arkansas Camilla Sharp Jonesboro, Arkansas Charles Haynes Sullenger Osceola, Arkansas JUNIORS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 57 Kelly Thomson Cotter, Arkansas Ann Adelle Whitaker Peach Orchard, Arkansas Jerry Wimberley Jonesboro, Arkansas Victor Wyalt Jonesboro, Arkansas Gage L. Vaughn Pine Bluff, Arkansas Harold West Jonesboro, Arkansas Mary Ellen White Jonesboro, Arkansas William Joe Wood Parkin, Arkansas Jessie Yerger Jonesboro, Arkansas Page 58 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Homer Branan, President Tyronza, Arkansas Eli Abbott, Vice-President Muynard, Arkansas Marian Smith, Secretary Mammoth Springs, Arkansas Bill Aycock Jonesboro, Arkansas Winfred Baker Bee Branch, Arkansas William Bennett Bigger s, Arkansas Freda Bollinger Greenville, Missouri Foster Bowdon, Jr. Jonesboro, Arkansas Harvey Box Kilmichael, Mississippi Joe Brummett Pine Bluff, Arkansas William Glenn Bruner Jonesboro, Arkansas Juanita Caldwell Jonesboro, Arkansas Nola Campbell Dyersburg, Tennessee Nathan Carpenter iniliford, Arkansas Robert Cathcart Jonesboro, Arkansas Lennie Sue Cato Jonesboro, Arkansas Roscoe Chitwood Dyess, Arkansas Myrtle Mae Clark Jonesboro, Arkansas Page 60 ] ; « THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SOPHOMORES Ella Cloyes Paragould, Arkansas Gus Craig, Jr. Tuckerman, Arkansas J immy Crockett Jonesboro, Arkansas Francis Cunningham l ' ine Bluff, Arkansas Billy Cureton Jonesboro, Arkansas Mrs. Blanche Davis Jonesboro, Arkansas Carroll Davis Hatfield, Arkansas Phil Davis Jonesboro, Arkansas Marcella Jane Dodson Jonesboro, Arkansas Marion Duncan Jonesboro, Arkansas Boyd Eldridge Leachville, Arkansas Donald L. Felley Jonesboro, Arkansas Elizabeth Finch Jonesboro, Arkansas Margaret Finch Jonesboro, Arkansas Garland Forbess Jonesboro, Arkansas J. D. Fortenberry, Jr. Imboden, Arkansas Hubert Fowler Jonesboro, Arkansas Jeane Fowler .Manila, Arkansas SOPHOMORES 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 61 Oleta Gibbins Leachville, Arkansas Kathryn Gill Dell, Arkansas Allene Griffin Leachville, Arkansas Basil Hall Marianna, Arkansas Norma L. Hall Jonesboro, Arkansas Floride Hanify Poplar Bluff, Missouri James Ray Haynes Pocahontas, Arkansas Clifford Von Heck Poplar Bluff, Missouri Philip Hendricks Springfield, Missouri Mrs. Glenda Pagan Hibdon Jonesboro, Arkansas Olive Hodges Leachville, Arkansas ' Mildred Hout Tuckerman, Arkansas Edward C. Huitt Salem, Missouri Tommy Hutchison Jonesboro, Arkansas Jewel Ingram Cave City, Arkansas Sedley E. Izard Forrest City, Arkansas Wade James Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Whitley Lynne Jarman Helena, Arkansas Page 62 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SOPHOMORES Franchelle Anderson Jeffries McCrory, Arkansas Glenda Mac Jernigan Jonesboro, Arkansas Loyd Johnson Pocahontas, Arkansas Hilly Jowers Newport, Arkansas Onieta Kinney Dexter, Missouri Janice King Marmaduke, Arkansas David Lauderdale (Freshman) Jonesboro, Arkansas George E. Lewis Jonesboro, Arkansas Bonnie Sue Locke Hay, Arkansas Dixie Mack Jonesboro, Arkansas Herbert Mack Jonesboro, Arkansas Earl Masdon Caruthersville, M issouri Paul Melton Brockwell, Arkansas Henry F. Metzler, Jr. Jonesboro, Arkansas Jimmy Myers I ' iggott, Arkansas Tom Moore Jonesboro, Arkansas Ivor Morrison Jonesboro, Arkansas Evelyn Cone Murphy Jonesboro, Arkansas f WW W 1 £ i SOPHOMORES 1900 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 63 mm mJl w J: | f --iff 4» - AMI ' : i !» Mi Sv -iS iil Thomas " Woody " Midkiff Brinkley, Arkansas Mary Newton Jonesboro, Arkansas Robert Overby LiffZe 7?ocA-, Arkansas Virginia Owens Alicia, Arkansas Herbert J. Parker Jonesboro, Arkansas Geraldine Pitts Cherry Valley, Arkansas Charles Powell Jonesboro, Arkansas Nina Rea Jonesboro, Arkansas Kathleen Reasons IP est Plains, Missouri Winona Ridings Arbyrcl, Missouri Hubert Rogers Perryville, Arkansas Clifford Rorex Swijton, Arkansas Edwin Russell Pocahontas, Arkansas H. S. Salmon Jonesboro, Arkansas Ben Sanders Bearden, Arkansas Patty Lou Sanders DeWitt, Arkansas Ralph Schisler Bono, Arkansas Ernest J. Schroeder Jonesboro, A rkansas Page 64 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 SOPHOMORES Paul Settlemire Jonesboro, Arkansas Russell Shell Jonesboro, Arkansas John Shelton Dyess, Arkansas Helen Shepard Clark ton, Missouri Harold S. Smith Jonesboro, Arkansas Leon Smith Jonesboro, Arkansas Marion J. Snider Marked Tree, Arkansas I. J. Snowden Trumann, Arkansas Frank Stage Jonesboro, Arkansas Mrs. Lucy Zier Stimpson Jonesboro, Arkansas John Stone Jonesboro, Arkansas Willodean Swindle Marmaduke, Arkansas Alberta Thompson Senath, Missouri Algie " Pete " Wallace Dell, Arkansas Max Wallace Braggadocio, Missouri Lloyd Watson Bald Knob, Arkansas Vivian Louise Williams W est Plains, Missouri Eugene Wimp Maynard, Arkansas John Wooldridge Jonesboro, Arkansas — 1 IJmW i ' ' ' ■ l o At SOPHOMORES 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 65 FRESHMEN limner McEwen, Pres. State College, Arkansas Billy Brokaw, Vice-Pres. Van Bur en, Missouri Reba L. Mock, Sec ' y Pocahontas, Arkansas Ulysses McCoy, Treas. Memphis, Tennessee Mary Griffin, Reporter Hot Springs, Arkansas L. J. Acklin Gould, Arkansas Lewis Alford Thayer, Missouri Charles " Buddy " Armstrong Dell, Arkansas Harold Avery Prescott, Arkansas Bobby Baker Maynard, Arkansas Dorothy Baker Leachvrlle, Arkansas Mary Lee Balch Batch, Arkansas Henry Barner Laje, Arkansas Bruce Bennard Barnhill Corning, Arkansas Paul Dean Bates Pocahontas, Arkansas Adrel Benbrook W ideman, Arkansas N. A. Bentley, Jr. Texarkana, Arkansas Mildred Berkshire Jonesboro, Arkansas Page 68 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN Nelle Anderson Bishop St. Charles, Arkansas George Booker Jonesboro, Arkansas Martha Jean Booker Jonesboro, Arkansas Boyd Booth Caraway, Arkansas Buford Booth Caraway, Arkansas Norvell Briekell (Sophomore) Jonesboro, Arkansas Coy Brooks Rose Bud, Arkansas Gene Brown W ' hitton, Arkansas Helen Brown Jonesboro, Arkansas Mary Elise Brown State College, Arkansas Wiley H. Brown Pangburn, Arkansas Marie Browner Cotton Plant, Arkansas Cynthia Browning Patterson, Arkansas LeRoy Brownlee Bassett, Arkansas Mary Jane Bryant Augusta, Arkansas Addie Catherine Buchanan Jonesboro, Arkansas Edith Bulla Otwell, Arkansas Calla Mae Robinson Brookland, Arkansas mm r | At _ ERESHMEN 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 69 George Burrows Van Buren, Missouri Opal Carmack Caraway, Arkansas Charles Carnation Jonesboro, Arkansas Deltha Fleta Carpenter II " Mi ford, Arkansas Jake Casiday Marked Tree, Arkansas Opal Casiday Marked Tree, Arkansas Herbert Chambers Monette, Arkansas LeRoy Chance Jonesboro. Arkansas Jane Chandler Jonesboro, Arkansas James Chisum Jonesboro, Arkansas Ray Clardy Jonesboro, Arkansas Charles Clark Jonesboro, Arkansas Hershel Clark Jonesboro, Arkansas James Morrell Cobb Black Oak, Arkansas Julia Van Coffman Portia, Arkansas Louie K. Collier Raleigh, Tennessee Martin Conder West Helena, Arkansas Tli el ma Cook Blytheville, Arkansas Page 70 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN Eestle Cooper Walnut Ridge, Arkansas J T n I)y Couch Black Oak, Arkansas Billy Crisco Black Oak, Arkansas Jack Dale Marmaduke, Arkansas Lewis Mack Dalton Daiton, Arkansas Sarah June Daugherty Hardy, Arkansas Marjorie Davenport Newport, Arkansas Mary L. Davis Hardy, Arkansas Ralph Diggs Lake City, Arkansas J. C. Dobbs Melbourne, Arkansas Richard Ellis Wynne, Arkansas J. C. Ellison Portia, Arkansas Worley Ferguson Searcy, Arkansas Jack Fiscus Wynne, Arkansas J. C. Fisher Monette, Arkansas Emma Rose Fore McCrory, Arkansas Cloyce Forrest Violet Hill, Arkansas Noralyn Fortinberry Jonesboro, Arkansas c m (If FRESHMEN 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 71 1 " w HHHHHi Maxine Fortune Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Max E. Frazier Newport, Arkansas Gordon French Piggott, Arkansas Robin Gill Dell. Arkansas Randolph Graham Jonesboro, Arkansas David Griffin ' anndale, A rkansas Ruby Grimes Manila, Arkansas Carl 0. Gustafson Searcy. Arkansas Norman F. Hall Thayer, Missouri Winfred Hall Cotton Plant, Arkansas Jewel Hannah Junesboro, Arkansas Chris Harper Marked Tree, Arkansas Carl D. Harris Earle, Arkansas Alma Hartsfield Pangburn, Arkansas Edith Hartwig Luke City, Arkansas Paul Hoffman ulpuruiso, Indiana Flo Edna Hogue Jonesboro, Arkansas John Hollinger Illmo, Missouri Page 72 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN Orieda Horn Jonesboro, Arkansas Roy Horn W ellington, Texas Gene Houston Van Buren, Missouri Alva Howard Batch, Arkansas Robert Franklin Huber Weiner, Arkansas Pauline Huddleston Monette, Arkansas William T. Hulen Bey no, Arkansas Oal Lee Hutchison Poughkeepsie, Arkansas Elmore Hynson Mammoth Springs, Arkansas Vera Isenhower Salem, Arkansas Juanita Jackson Thayer, Missouri Hugh Jamison Memphis, Tennessee Leslie Jarett Poughkeepsie, Arkansas Hazel Johnston Algoa, Arkansas Lela Johnston Batch, Arkansas Vivian Maxine Johnston Lepanto, Arkansas Bill Jones Fisher, Arkansas Fred Raymond Keller Little Bock, Arkansas PI £5 ■ID £5 " J " ft % 1 o n 14 FRFSHMEN 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROCRFSS 1939 Page 73 2 3 fSm • H Ik 4- Jill jUSF Lincoln Kinney Dexter, Missouri Christola Kirk Piggott, Arkansas Bruce Knowlton, Jr. Jonesboro. Arkansas William R. Kopp Jonesboro, Arkansas Estie Lam Paragould, Arkansas Hester Lam Paragould, Arkansas Paul Latimer Trumann, Arkansas James Lauderdale Jonesboro, Arkansas Douglas Lawson Manila, Arkansas Earl Lee Hoxie, Arkansas Sunshine Lile Jonesboro, Arkansas Laura Linderman Mammoth Springs. Arkansas Woodrow Little Mintum, Arkansas John R. Loftis Pocahontas, Arkansas Helen McAlexander Augusta, Arkansas Ruth McBride Paragould, Arkansas Ben F. McCarroll Mannaduke, Arkansas Virginia McCrary Reyno, Arkansas Page 74 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN P. D. McCulIoch Jonesbora, Arkansas Marilyn McHaney Jonesboro, Arkansas Marie Mcllroy Elevenpoint, Arkansas Farel McLester Lake City, Arkansas Marion Maddox Cherry Valley, Arkansas Vella B. Mann Piggott, Arkansas Billie Masner Monet te, Arkansas Betty Mason Jonesboro, Arkansas W. Roy Mattix Le panto, Arkansas Morris Mays Jonesboro, Arkansas W. C. Mays Stuttgart, Arkansas Wilson Mays Le panto, Arkansas Thomas Miller Melbou me, Arkansas Cecil Moll Tyronza, Arkansas Delorese Morris Monet te, Arkansas Joe Morris Yardelle, Arkansas Imogene Mounce Jonesboro, Arkansas Charles Moyers Jonesboro, Arkansas FRESHMEN 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 75 Lefty Lee Muerer Black Oak, Arkansas Mary Mullins Monette, Arkansas Mary Garland Murray Memphis, Tennessee Estelle Myrick J one shorn, Arkansas G. C. Nance, Jr. Newport, Arkansas Mable Nance Jonesboro, Arkansas Helen Neece Hoxie, Arkansas Herbert Newcom Jonesboro, Arkansas Fred Norris Newark, Arkansas Arthur O ' Bryant Marked Tree, Arkansas Hubert Ogles Marmaduke, Arkansas Hershell Oldham Helena, Arkansas Clyde Orton Braggadocio, Missouri Freada E. Parr Tuckerman, Arkansas Raymond Pate Hunter, Arkansas Amogia Roe Penny Paragould, Arkansas Edd Perkins Jonesboro, Arkansas Kathleen Phelps Earle, Arkansas Page 76 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN John Pierce MarrnaJukc, Arkansas Robert Pleitz Jonesboro, Arkansas Mary Prater Marked Tree, Arkansas J. N. Pratt Pocahontas, Arkansas Jean Emma Price Ott, Arkansas Louie Price Jonesboro, Arkansas Loyd Price Jonesboro, Arkansas Boyd Puckett Violet Hill, Arkansas Zula Ramsey Wilbutn, Arkansas Gilbert Rankin Jonesboro, Arkansas Jane Rauls Leachville, Arkansas Horace Leo Reed Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Marjorie Renck Weiner, Arkansas Una Lee Richardson Melbourne, Arkansas Blanche Rickman Lake City, Arkansas Woodrow Robb Lafe, Arkansas Paul Roberts Hoxie, Arkansas Elwanda Burrow Bay, Arkansas FRESHMEN 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 77 Louie Rodgers Luxora, Arkansas Permelia Rodgers Black Oak, Arkansas Doyle Rogers Newport, A rkansas Charles Rongey Fair Oaks, Arkansas Eddie Sample Earle, Arkansas John Sample Earle, Arkansas Bernice Sanders Blytheville, Arkansas James Sarver Pine Bluff, Arkansas Alice Scheer Lafe, Arkansas Warren Senteney Weiner, Arkansas William Shockley M anil a, A rkansas Joella Sisler Jonesboro, Arkansas Mable Smith Bono, Arkansas Joe Spades Black Rock, Arkansas Gladys Speck Frenchman ' s Bayou, Arkansas Dessie Stark Jonesboro, Arkansas Lou Ellen Stephens Osceola, Arkansas Carl Steyer Lafe, Arkansas Page 78 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN if Helen Sturdivant McCrory, Arkansas Robert Swarens Jonesboro, Arkansas Lorene Taylor Swijton, Arkansas Melvin Teschendorf Belle Plains, Minn. Phil Thomas Holly Grove, Arkansas Ruth Thomas Jonesboro, Arkansas John W. Tibbels Black Rock, Arkansas Louis Tiner Biggers, Arkansas Frank Tompkins Osceola, Arkansas Beulah Tucker Lake City, Arkansas Iva Turney Higden, Arkansas Miva Tumey Higden, Arkansas Marion Llmer Jonesboro, Arkansas Glen Underwood Clarkville, Arkansas Pearl Vinson Tyler, Arkansas Connie Wallace Dell, Arkansas Vivian Wallace Caraway, Arkansas Aline Ward Jonesboro, Arkansas AM FRESHMEN 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 79 muiMHi i 4 fl | James Watkins Bono, Arkansas Olen Webb J ea Ridge, Arkansas Preston Wells Pocahontas, Arkansas John Wiles Z?«y. Arkansas Leota Wiles Z?ffy, Arkansas Hubert Willett Salem, Arkansas Vernon Williams Beech Grove, Arkansas Coe Williamson Newport, Arkansas Ewell Wilson Augusta, Arkansas Conard Womble Moro, Arkansas Marion Wood Jonesboro, Arkansas Wilma Wood Parkin, Arkansas Richard Word, Jr. Jonesboro, Arkansas Edward Worsley Luxora, Arkansas Hicks Yarbrough Harrisburg, Arkansas Page 80 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 FRESHMEN TRAINING SCHOOL Arkansas State College Training School is an institution primarily concerned with the training of young men and young women through the high school grades. Its secondary purpose is that of training prospective teachers. A varied field of activities is offered the students of the Training School. The social, recreational, physical, and mental aspects of the student ' s life are stressed. Inasmuch as he is in the school commnity, the student is taught to be a part of the community at large. Combining all phases of modern architecture, the Training School building is more than adequate in every respect. The building features modern equipment in every department. The gymnasium, a separate building, af lords room for the conducting of any indoor sport. Intramural activities are featured in the physical training-recreational program. Students participate in scientific experimentation, and in agricultural, home economics, journalism, and dramatic work. ANNUAL STAFF TRAINING SCHOOL 7 » f H a..n ■Ml _ Top Row (left to right) : Warren Nunnally, Catheryn McGaughy, Claude Pyle, " Bud " Brown, Fiances Barton. Maurice Kiech. Bottom Row: Jimmy Forgey, Jackie Hague, Billy Lacey, Denver Clark, Mary Eunice Barrett, Billy Finch. Training School 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 81 Motto— " Don ' t try dying; die trying " ' Colors — Red and White Flower — K f IIOR OFFICERS - Warren Nunnally - Betty Jo Korspeter - Vannah Claire Browne - Sara Caroline Moore - Mrs. H. E. Eldridge WARREN NUNNALLY Pres. Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Classes, Pres. F. F. A., Commercial Club, Annual Staff, College Football. Beanard Bailey Sarah Barrett Helen Battles James C. Bridger BAILEY: Basketball, F. F. A.. Commercial Club. BARRETT: Treas. G. A. A., Dramatic Club, Glee Club. Pres. Home Ec. Club. BATTLES: Treas. Junior Class, Commercial Club. BRIDGER: F. F. A. Hewlette R. Brown Vannah Claire Browne Wilma Buhrmester Mary Louise Carroll BROWN: F. F. A., Vice- Pres. Junior Class, Pres. Sophomore Class, Annual Staff. BROWNE: Commercial Club, Sec ' y Senior Class, G. A. A. BUHRMESTER: Vice-Pres. Freshman Class, Basketball. Dramatic Club, Pres. G. A. A., Home Ec Club, Maid to School Queen, ' 39. CARROLL: Sec ' y-Treas. Commercial Club, Vice-Pres. Freshman Class. G. A. A., Glee Club. Basketball. Page 82 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Training School- Gordon Cooper Lancer Cooper Hal Altman Detrick Mildred Ford G. COOPER: Commercial Club. L. COOPER: Commercial Club, College Choral Club. DETRICK: Basketball. Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Football Mgr., Commercial Club. FORD: Yiee-Pres. G. A. A., Capt. Basketball Team ' 38 ' 39. Gerald Gentry Garland Hudson Betty Jo Korspeter Catheryn McGaughey GENTRY: Basketball, F. F. A., Dramatic Club. HUDSON: Sgt.-at-Arms F. F. A. KORSPETER: Pres. Commercial Club, Vice-Pres. Senior Class, G. A. A., Glee Club, Dramatic Club. MCGAUGHEY: Dramatic Club, Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class, Glee Club, Home Ec. Club, Sec ' y Junior Class, G. A. A., Commercial Club, Annual Staff, Student Council. Sara Caroline Moore B l Newsome William Perry Jimmie Joe Purvis MOORE: Sec ' y Freshman Class, Treas. Senior Class, Commercial Club, G. A. A., Glee Club, Basketball, School Queen. ' 39. NEWSOME: PERRY: Basketball. PURVIS: Pres. Freshman IClass, Sec ' y- Vice-Pres. F. F. A. Claude Pyle, Jr, Wanda Faye Smith Vernon B. Warr Jerry Williams PYLE: Dramatic Club, Treas. Sophomore Class, Annual Staff, Student Council, Commercial Club, Basketball Mgr. SMITH: Home Ec Club, Glee Club. WARR: F, F. A., Treas. Junior Class. WILLIAMS: Commercial Club, Dramatic Club, Glee Club. Motto— " Where there ' s a will, there ' s a way " Colors — ■ Yellow and Red Flower — Apple Blossom JUNIOR OFFICERS Pres. ... - Maurice Kiech Vice-Pres. Sec ' y Treas. - Veta Vinson - Betty Hale - Fiances Barton Sgt.-at-Arms - - Donnie Wheatley Sponsor - - James Hocker Mason MAURICE KIECH The Junior Class of the Training School has sponsored several activities during the school year. For the third consecutive year, this class has held the first social event of the year. Believing that the annual Junior-Senior banquet does not fill the needs for the social contacts between the two classes, this class inaugurated the annual Junior- Senior Christmas party this year. Following the custom, the Juniors are to honor the Seniors with a banquet this spring. Front Row (left to right): Bert McEwen, U. G. Watson, Pauline Bowden, Maurice Kiech, Donnie Wheatley. Second Row: Jean Parker, Frances Barton, Betty Jeanne Hale, James Mason, Veta Vinson, Willadeen Hinson Ruth Griffin. Third Row: Weldon Marcum, Edwin Lauderdale, George Gregory, Waldo Coleman, Morris Landsdale, Elmer Buhrmester, Harry Brown. Not in Picture: Genor Cobb, Maudena Sandifer, Betty Jean Wheatley. Page 84 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Training School JUVflVHE FORGEY The Sophomore Class of Arkansas State College Training School is composed of twenty-three members, eleven hoys and twelve girls. The class has had two sponsors this year. The first was Bethany Duke Faught who resigned to take another position. At the beginning of the second semester, Leslie Speck became our sponsor. Our class has had several parties during the year, and we celebrate almost all of the holidays. Front Row (left to right) : George Edward Elmore, Samuel Blackwood, Billy Lacy, Jimmy Forgey, Bobby Robinson, Billy Harper, Jack West. Second Row: Charles Parker, Eunice Futrell, Pauline Gibson, Leslie Speck, Jackie Hague, Joan Jackson. J. A. Cash. Third Row: Kate Haag, Bernice Simmons, Hazel Burdyshaw, Melba Jane Johnson, Polly Perry, Irene Murphy, Mildred Burdyshaw, Wanda Files. Not in Picture: Jimmie Byars, Ralph Cheshier. Training School 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 35 DENVER CLARK The Freshmen Class met during the third week of school last September and elected its officers. Members of our class can be found in all of the school activities to which freshmen may belong. All girls of the class belong to the Glee Club, some of the class to the school orchestra, and others to the basketball teams. We have had a weiner roast, a Hallowe ' en party, a Thanksgiving party, a Christmas party, and a Valentine party. Besides the Christmas party, our class took part in the White Christmas chapel program at the College. Front Row: (left to right) : Doris Autrey, Minnie Ruth Autrey, Miss Emma Rogers, Patsy West, Glenda Summers, Atharita Boy. Second Row: Billy Finch, Bobby Owens, Frederick Buhrmester, R. L. Kincaid, Fred Crist, Jack Castleberry, Denver Clark. Not in Picture: Billie Autrey, Mary Eunice Barrett, Elmer Davis. Page 86 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Training School It ' s a ringer. . . Captain Midge. . . A big game. . . Cathryn and a typewriter. . . Warren in his " Whoopee ' . . . Up and over. . . Happy Mason. . . More leap frog. . . Whose feet? . . . Mr. Plye to you! . . . Let ' s go sliding. . . Take a shot. . . Loafin " . . . Yet ' s go riding. . . Swinging it. . . Mildred Ford Captain Through the vote of the entire student body, teachers, and friends of the school. Sara Moore, senior, was e- lected Queen of the School, and Wilma Buhrmester, senior, and Jean Parker, junior, were elected maids. The money made from the contest was used for bas- ketball equipment. GIRLS BASKETBALL Mrs. Amy Mason, assisted by Miss Estie Lam, coached the girls ' basketball team this year through a very successful season — winning fifteen games and losing only five. " Midge ? ' Ford was captain, and she was selected on the all-county team this year as well as last year. The local girls entered only the county tournament at Dixie. Those girls receiving awards this year were, Guards — Mildred Ford, Hazel Burdyshaw, Pauline Gibson, Jean Parker; Forwards — Mary Ethel Perry, Wilma Buhrmester, Willadeen Hinson, Ruth Griffin, Bernice Simmons. Mildred Burdyshaw. Jean Parker Maid Sara Moore QUEEN Wilma Buhrmester Maid Front Row (left to right): Hazel Burdyshaw, Ruth Griffin. Bernice Simmons, Mildred Burdyshaw, Pauline Gibson. Second Row: Mrs. James Mason, Jean Parker, Mildred Ford. Wilma Buhrmester, Polly Perry, Estie Lam. Page 88 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Training School BOYS BASKETBALL The boys ' basketball team at State High this year placed third in the county tournament and won thirteen of their seventeen games. Elmer Buhrmester led the team in scoring with a total of 150 points for the regular season and 107 points during the tournaments. The team was in three tournaments besides t lie county and district tourna- ments. 4 vi Claude Pyle Manager Leslie Speck Coach Warren Nunnally Captain Some of the boys formed a second team that played junior teams and small f 1 i i , 1 1 schools. Eight boys of the senior team were awarded jackets, and four of the second team received reserve awards. " Big Bill " Perry was placed on the all-county team. Front Row (left to right) : Samuel Blackwood, Harry Brown. Billy Harper, Fred Buhrmester, Weldon Marcum. Second Row: Claude Pyle (Manager), Gerald Gentry. Bill Perry, Warren Nunnally, Elmer Buhrmester. Donnie Wheatley, Coach Leslie Speck. Training School 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 89 STUDENTS WIITIM NO PICTURE JUNIORS Juanita Allen Jonesboro, Arkansas John R. Arnold Jonesboro. Arkansas Katherine Bowen Blytheville, Arkansas John McNew Blytheville, Arkansas Wilkes A. Potter Lepanto, Arkansas Jane Grey Ridley Jonesboro, Arkansas Juanita Roberts Maynard, Arkansas Orlin Stuart, Jr. Dexter, Missouri Harry Ward Jonesboro, Arkansas SOPHOMORES Elizabeth Ballew Jonesboro, Arkansas Christine Barnett Cooter, Missouri Floyd Bridger Jonesboro, Arkansas Mary Agnes Cole Jonesboro, Arkansas John N. Coleman Swifton, Arkansas Clifton Davis Memphis, Tennessee Douglas Fish Gould, Arkansas " Cracker " Graham Jonesboro, Arkansas Maxwell Hargett Jonesboro, Arkansas James Hendrickson Poplar Bluff, Missouri Victor Ivy Blytheville, Arkansas Muffet Jimerson Sulphur Rock, Arkansas Jimmy Jinks Jonesboro, Arkansas Laura Jones Jonesboro, Arkansas Billy MeCarrolI Walnut Ridge. Arkansas Harry McKimm Hardy, Arkansas Lila Magers Heth, Arkansas Luke Mase Little Rock, Arkansas Annie Laurie Mixon Marvel, Arkansas Wilma Murphy Jonesboro, Arkansas Charles Neal Parkin, Arkansas John Nolan Nolan, Arkansas Jeter Pruett Stephens, Arkansas Billy Rees Jonesboro, Arkansas Earl Smith Jonesboro, Arkansas .]. I ). Sparks Shreveport, Louisiana. Billy Stephens Newport. Arkansas Quentin Stobaugh Clinton. Arkansas Frank Thompson Hardy, Arkansas Warren H. Thornton Bono, Arkansas Mavis Whistle Dell, Arkansas Ira Wynne H ul bert, Arkansas FRESHMAN James Walter Arnold Jonesboro, Arkansas Clyde Barham Jonesboro, Arkansas Katherine Bowen Luxor a, Arkansas Oleda Buck Hollywood, Missouri Mary Elizabeth Burgess Jonesboro, Arkansas Emmett Burk. Jr. Champaign, Illinois Herschel Burnett Jonesboro, Arkansas Roy Castleberry Bono, Arkansas Mary Mae Collins Jonesboro, Arkansas Rupert Counts Poplar Bluff, Missouri Carl Cozart Olyphant, Arkansas James Mj. Davis Star City, Arkansas Armon Good Jonesboro, Arkansas Catherine Holbrook Bay, Arkansas Gerald Johnston Batesville, Arkansas Homer Jones Jonesboro, Arkansas Robert Mitchell Lamb Alicia, Arkansas Sam Jack Lewis Sullivan. Illinois Seymore Lockhart Osceofal Arkansas Dan McGuire Jonesboro. Arkansas Harry McKimm Hardy, A rka nsas Clyde Orton Braggadocio, Missouri Edwin Park Marmaduke, Arkansas Fred Parker Cotton Plant ' , Arkansas Roy Parnell Cotton Plant, Arkansas Howard Patton Jonesboro, Arkansas Virgil Patton Jonesboro, Arkansas Fairis Paxton Alicia, Arkansas Jim Pryor Jonesboro, Arkansas Byron Ray Jonesboro, Arkansas Mrs. G. M. Sanderson Jonesboro, Arkansas Charles Edward Saunders Earle, Arkansas Clive Stephens Ble vens, Arkansas Frank Stevenson Cotton Plant, Arkansas Alberta Thompson Senath, Missouri Maynard Thompson McCrory, Arkansas Rachel Tims Tuckerman, Arkansas Robert Townsend Jonesboro, Arkansas Virginia Trimmer Thomasville, Missouri Annie Trousdale Marianna, Arkansas Irene Walker Wiville, Arkansas Clifford Watson Greenway, Arkansas Melvin Wester Holly Grove. Arkansas James Whidden Jonesboro. Arkansas Hattie Wood Senath, Missouri Page 90 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 No Pictures SA EFZr REEL lll«OR6ANIZATIOI S 11939 INDIAN STAFF Mary Claire Murphy Dr. John R. Patty Grover Ashley Mary Emma Hickox J. L. Swindle Dr. F. W. Plunkett Gus Ray Ridings Imogene Baker Geraldine Pitts Reba Mock Editor Sponsor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Editorial Editor Editorial Supervisor Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Mary Claire Murphy Gwendoyne Cox ( lam i lie Belford Juanita Griffin Wallace White G. W. Clements Maggie Lew Hogue Helen Nunnally George Burrows Angus Kutledge Clay Henderson Organizations Editor F raternity-Sorority Editor Layout Editor Mounting Editor Mounting Editor Art Editor Art Editor Art Editor Copy W ' riter N. Y. A. Editor Dr. John R. Patty 1 ' id Wt B " 9 % m 4 €1 (A fr % t : % 1HHS id Top Row (left to right): Grover Ashley, Mary Emma Hickox, J. L. Swindle, Gus Ray Ridings, Imogene Baker. Geraldine Pitts, Reba Mock, Gwendolyne Cox. Bottom Row: Camille Belford. Juanita Griffin. Wallace White. G. Wi Clements. Maggie Lew Hogue. Helen Nunnally. George Burrows, Angus Rutledge. Page 92 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Organizations 11939 INDIAN STAFF Clark Hetherington Billy Wilkes Jim Hyatt Remind Dudley Francis Raymond Jimmie English Vivian Maddox George Lewis Homer McEwen Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Sports Editor Sports Editor Faculty Editor lntramurals Editor Snapshot Editor Billy Wilkes Dav;d Lauderdale Mary Ellen White Maxine WJiitsitt Frances Harris Evelyn Cone Murphy Irene Johnson Gladys Fisher H. W. Hollard William Henrickson Clark Hetherington Snapshot Editor Photographic Editor Stenographer Stenographer Stenographer Index Editor Index Editor Central Annual Committee Central Annual Committee Ik , ' ' I hL Ms flfV ■ I J Kill Top Row (left to right I: Vivian Maddox. Remmel Dudley, Francis Raymond, Jimmie English, George Lewis. Homer McEwen, David Lauderdale, Clay Henderson, Jim Hyatt. Bottom Row: Maxine Whitsitt, Frances Harris, Evelyn Cone Murphy, Irene Johnson, Gladys Fisher, Mary Ellen White, Dr. F. W. Plunkett, H. W. Hollard, William Henrickson. Organizations 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 93 STIUIDEr T LITE COMMITTEE The Committee on Student Affairs and Convocations, better known as the Student Life Committee, is composed of eleven members, seven from the faculty and four from the student body. Two of the students from each of the senior college classes, one boy and one girl, are elected and two are appointed to membership. This group has as its purpose the cooperation of the students and faculty to promote wholesome social activities. Any probl ems having to do with the social aspect of college life is discussed and acted upon. All social activities must be approved by this committee and are scheduled on a social calendar. Each new campus group which desires to become an organization recognized by the school must first submit its proposal and constitution to this Committee to be approved before it is considered by the Senate and Board of Trustees. Members for this year are. H. W. Hollard, Dean of Men, Chairman; Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown, Dean of Women: Major William E. Corkill, Professor of Military Science and Tactics; Dr. Homer C. Huitt, Head of the Department of Social Science; Haldane Strain, instructor in music; Miss Lenore Schierding, instructor in social science. Student members are Remmel Dudley and Irene Johnson, juniors; and Clark Hetherington and Juanita Griffin, seniors. Top Row (left to right): Chairman H. W. Hollard, Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown, Major William E. Corkill Wendell Davis, Remmel Dudley, Juanita Griffin. Bottom Row: Clark Hetherington. Dr. Homer C. Huitt, Irene Johnson, Miss Lenore Schierding, Haldane Strain. Page 94 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Organizations " A " CLLIIB OFFICERS Clifton Mack ..... President Ivan Busby - - - - - Vice-President Dorse Keller - - - Secretary-Treasurer Joe McGuire ..... Sergeant-at-Arms H. B. Schwartz - - Sponsor Clifton Mack Only those men who have earned letters and are on State ' s varsity teams are eligible for membership in this club. Led by their sponsor, these men are seeking to further athletic interests on our campus. Front Row (left to right) : Coach Leslie Speck, Clifford Rorex, Edward Hoffman, G. W. Clements, Clifton Mack, Jim Hyatt, Paul Settlemire, Frank Angelo, Coach Wendell Davis. Second Row: Eddie Sample, Dorse Keller, Donald Keller, Joe Wood, Ivan Busby, W. T. Baldwin, Joseph McGuire, Homer Branan. Third Row: G. C. Driver, " Dub " Fisher, Jack Fiscus, David Griffin, Ralph Diggs, Henry Metzler, Coach Her- bert Schwartz. Not in Picture: Emmett Burk, Bruce Green, Babe Snider. James Lauderdale. Tancil Caldwell, Jerry Wimber- ley, L. J. Acklin, Orlin Stuart. J. K. Young, George Glover, H. B. Thorne. Organizations 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 95 A CAIPPIEILILA choir OFFICERS Imogene Baker Marzee Ann Rowan Fred Niell Alary Elise Brown C. E. McMeans President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Director Imogene Baker The A Cappella Choir, as its name signifies, does unaccompanied singing. It is quite well known throughout East and Northeast Arkansas. On November 4 the Choir with its very competent director, C. E. McMeans. pri ' M ' ntcd a program to the State Music Teachers ' Association in Little Rock. Haldane Strain, instructor in piano and violin, has been soloist on all the trips, playing both the violin and trumpet. The Choir has enjoyed many trips this year to various towns where it presented programs to a number of high schools, churches, and civic organizations. Of the many towns visited a few, besides Jonesboro, are Para- gould, Blytheville. Forrest City, and McCrory. At the College each year two programs are presented, a Christmas carol program and a spring program. J Front Bow (left to right): Lloyd Chambers, Fred Niell, Edwin Garrison, Jimmy Crockett, Marzee Ann Rowan, Jane Raids, Mary Elise Brown, Jake Casiday, C. E. McMeans, Haldane Strain, Ruby Grimes, Kathleen Reasons, Kathleen Phelps. Second Row: C. R. Moyers, Seymour Lockhart, Preston Wells, Mary Emma Hickox, Glenda Jernigan, Martha Jean Booker, Bob McKnight, James Sarver, [mogene Baker, Gwendolyne Cox. Not in Picture: Sedley Izard, Laura Jones, Ivor Morrison. Page 96 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Organizations AGRICULTURE CLUB OFFICERS Frank Angelo ..... President Ivan Busby - Vice-President John Shelton .... Secretary-Treasurer I.ouie Rodgers Reporter Dr. H. E. White ..... Sponsor Frank Angelo The Agricultural Club, one of the oldest clubs on the campus, was founded to promote fellowship among the students of the Department of Agriculture as well as to promote interest in this field. This organization sponsored its first formal banquet this year and continued its traditional Christmas dance which is always one of the most successful dances of the year. n Front Row (left to right): Tancil Caldwell, Coy Brooks, W. C. Mays, Roscoe Chitwood, Frank Angelo, John Shelton. Charles Rongey, Phil Thomas, Kenneth Keller. Second Row: Louie Rodgers, John Tibbels, Edward Worsley, Raymond Pate, Harris Meacham, LeRoy Brownlee, Billy Cureton, Carl Harris, Hugh Wheeler. Third Row: J. K. Young, H. W. Hollard, George Hill. Earl Bundy. Buford Keller. Ewell Wilson, Jake Casiday. Worley Ferguson. Not in Picture: Paul Settlemire, Eddie Sample. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 97 ASSOC II ATIIOM OIF ClhBILIDIHOGID EIDUC. OFFICERS Mary Lee Haynes Mary Lee Haynes Dorothy Bowers Elizabeth Finch Loyce Braden Mrs. Bessie Howell President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Sponsor The State College branch of the Association of Childhood Education is a chapter of an international as well as a national organization of similar name and function. Its meetings are all of particular value to those students and teachers interested in kindergarten and primary work. Front Row (left to right): Juanita Caldwell, Nina Rea, Dorothy Bowers, Mrs. Bessie Howell, Helen Shearei. Oleta Gibbins, Bernice Crouch. Second Row: Mary Mae Collins, Miss Bobbie Mealus Swann, Thelma Cook, Mary Lee Haynes, Vivian Wallace, Blanche Rickman, Opal Carmaek, Helen Shepard. Third Row: Alberta Thompson, Juanita Jackson, Margaret Finch, Elizabeth Finch, Nelle Anderson Bishop, Dessie Stark, Lefty Lee Muerer. Not in Picture: Ruth Hardin Brewer, Permelia Podgers, Loyce Braden, Julia Van Coffman, Winona Ridings, Calla Mac Robinson, Marjorie Davenport, Vella B. Mann. Olive Hodges, Elwanda Burrow, Mary Agnes Cole. Page 98 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS EAR Nil ART REAUNAUTS OFFICERS Norma Hall Lela Johnston Pearl Vinson Marjorie Renck Mrs. Grace Jones President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Norma Hall The main purpose of this club, which is composed of all the girls living in Barnhart Hall, is to promote social activities and associations among the girls. Meetings are held once each week after which the social hour is enjoyed. The outstanding activity of this group was a tea to which faculty members and students were invited. Front Row (left to right) : Pearl Vinson, Marie Browner, Mary Jane Bryant, Zula Ramsey, Cynthia Browning, Helen McAlexander, Lela Johnston. Second Row: Bernice Caldwell, Edith Bulla, Mary Lee Balch, Marjorie Renck, Miva Turney, Marie Mcllroy, Martha Edwards, Maxine Johnston. Third Row: Mary Prater, Amogie Roe Penny, Iva Turney, Una Lee Richardson, Jean Price, Laura Linder- man, Vera Isenhower, Marjorie Davenport, Ople Casiday. Not in Picture: Alva Howard, Alma Hartsfield, Mary Frances Lacefield, Norma Hall, Mrs. Grace Jones. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 99 CIMOIRAIL CLUB The Arkansas State College Choral Club assists the Jonesboro choral organization in the annual presentation of Handel ' s " Messiah " ' . A number of the members of this club assisted in the presentation of Mendelssohn ' s " Elijah " at Christmas and the oratorio, " The Seven Last Words " by John Stainer. The latter was presented in conjunction with a series of sermons during the week preceding Easter. Front Row (left to right) : Gene Brown, Virginia Kathleen Reasons. Marilyn McHaney, Kathleen Phelps, Gwendolyne Cox. Second Row: Martha Edwards, Amogie Roe Penny, Lefty Lee Muerer, Helen Brown, Gladys Speck, Marzee Third Row: Martin Conder, Lancer Cooper, LeRoy Bob McKnight, Jake Casiday, Ivor Morrison, Jim Hyatt, Not in Picture: Imogene Baker, Bruce Barnhill, Mary Emma Hickox, Billy Jowers, Evelyn Cone Murphy, James Sarver. Owens, Addie Buchanan. Frances Harris, Sedley Izard, Noralyn Fortinberry. Virginia McCrary, Maxine Johnston, Mary Davis, Jane Rauls, C. E. McMeans, Glenda Jernigan. Ann Rowan. Brownlee. Warren Thornton, Preston Wells, Bill Bennett, J. K. Young. Martha Jean Booker. Mary Elise Brown, Ruby Grimes. Fred Niell, Helen Sturdivant. Laura Jones, Jimmy Crockett, Page 100 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS IDA CIE ORCIMIESTIRA Lloyd Hancock - Director This orchestra helps to make every dance at State a success. Its director, a senior this year, writes a number of his own arrangements which the orchestra uses. Lloyd Hancock A number of Jonesboro organizations which sponsor dances, as well as those in many surrounding towns, engage Hancock and his Statesmen to furnish music for these affairs. Front Row (left to right ) : Saxaphones — Lloyd Hancock, Seymour Lockhart. Frank Elder, C. R. Moyers. Vocalist — Kathleen Phelps. Second Row: Trumpets — Wallace White, Haldane Strain. Drums — Robert Hughey. Piano — James Sarver. Not in Picture — Trombone — Mouzon Blevins. Bass — Bill Sedgwick. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 101 « M= DIE BATING CILUIB OFFICERS Edwin Garrison - President Norvell Brickell ... . Vice-President Farrar Brewer - Secretary-Treasurer Ann Addle Whitaker — Reporter Dr. F. W. Plunkett - Sponsor Edwin Garrison The Debating Club, reorganized this year after a lapse of several years, during which time the club did not function, is seeking to stimulate interest in intercollegiate debating. This group of students represented State College on the campuses of West Tennessee Teachers at Memphis. ' 01e Miss " at Oxford, Miss., Hendrix College and Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway, Southern Illinois Normal University at Carbondale, and Harding College at Searcy. Front Row (left to right) : Farrar Brewer. Edwin Garrison, Ann Adelle Whitaker, Mary Lee Haynes, Howard l!l Iworth, Harold Ridings. Second Row: Bill Bennett, Bob Pleitz, Norvell liiiekell. Dr. F. W. Plunkett, Ray Burrows, P. D. McCulloch, Clifford Von Heck. Page 102 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS DRAMATIC CILUIB John L. Thompson Mary June Booker Imogene Baker Dr. F. W. Plunkett OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor John L. Thompson Having won for three successive years the silver loving cup offered by Delta Beta Chi sorority for the best chapel program, the Dramatic Club is now the permanent owner of this cup. The splendid performance rendered by members of the Dramatic Club, in cooperation with those of the Play Production Class, in " After Wimpole Street " and " As You Like It " have been highlights of the year for the club. Front Row (left to right): Ann Adelle Whitaker, Virginia McCrary, Imogene Baker, Irene Johnson, Mary June Booker, Anita Pollett. Second Row: J. L. Swindle, Bill Bennett, Clifford Von Heck, George Hill, Dr. F. W. Plunkett, Howard Bloodworth, Remmel Dudley, John L. Thompson. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 103 EIL CIRCULO ESPANOL OFFICERS Remmel Dudley Ann Adelle Whitaker Jewel Hannah Dr. D. F. Pasmore President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Sponsor Remmel Dudley This club is of particular interest to students in the Department of Modern Languages and especially to those in the Spanish division. The members take pleasure in learning much practical Spanish which is used today in our business world. Besides this the club conducts a number of social activities. Front Row (left to right): Frances Harris, Remmel Dudley, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Jewel Hannah, Ann Adelle Whitaker. Second Row: Beulah Tucker, Jimmy Jinks, Jerry Wimberley, John L. Thompson. Imogene Mounce. Not in Picture: Max Irazier, Floride Hanify. Page 104 10(19 THIRTY YFARS OF PROGRESS 1039 ORGANIZATIONS lE GII IEIEIRS CLUB OFFICERS Ira Gray President John L. Thompson - Vice-President Roscoe Chitwood - - - Secretary-Treasurer Paul Allbright ----- Reporter Dr. Donald Crosno - Sponsor Ira Gray This club, organized to further interest in all phases of engineering and in order that the members may make practical use of their knowledge of engineering, celebrates each year the day of its patron saint, St. Patrick. During the course of the year engineers from outstanding business concerns have spoken to the club members. The sponsor of the club assisted by the president presented a program, " The Wonders of Science ' ' at the Northeast Arkansas Teachers Meeting held at this College. Front Row (left to right) : I. J. Snowden, Max Hargett, Earl Masdon, Harvey Box, Alan Showalter, Robert Huber, Farrell Blaine. Troy Trim. Second Row: Hubert Fowler, Fred Niell, Victor Wyatt, John L. Thompson, Ira Gray, Roscoe Chitwood, Dr. Donald Crosno, Lewis Alford, Billy McCarroll. Third Row: William Parks, Thomas Miller, Phil Hendricks, Paul Allbright, Elmore Hynson, Joe Brummett, Russell Shell, John Hollinger, Clifford Von Heck. ORGANIZATIONS 1900 THIRTY YEARS OF PROCRESS 1930 Page 105 HERALD STAFf Leland W. Plunkett Sponsor Leland W. Plunkett The responsibility of this organization, which is made up of members of the Editing Class, Feature Writing Class and the Technical Supervisors, is that of editing all the material gathered by the Reporting Class for use in the publication of the College paper, The Arkansas State College Herald which is issued each Thursday. Front Row (left to right): Mary Emma Hickox, John I-. Thompson, Edwin Garrison, J. L. Swindle, Farrar Brewer, Mary Claire Murphy. Nol in Picture: Jim Hyatt, Angus Kutledge, Kenneth Camp. Wallace While, Addison Bradford, Jimmie English Joe Hughes, Jay Jordan. Isabel Wynn, Leland W. Plunkett, William Wyatt. Page 106 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS Vivian Maddux Grover Ashley Vnita Pollen Dr. Homer C. Huh I President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Vivian Maddox This society, known as the Arkansas State College Historical Society and in the first year of its existence, is of interest to all students in that its purpose is to learn of the history of various towns and communities from which the students of this college come. It is of particular interest to history students, however, and even to some who are not students. The club collects documents, historical relics, and other data which may help to determine history. Front Row (left to right ) : Miss Lenore Schierding, Farrar Brewer, Vivian Maddox, G. C. Driver, Anita Pollett, Grover Ashley, Mary June Booker, Alan Showalter. Second Row: V. H. Kays, Kenneth Kirk, Dan McLean, William IJrokaw, Carl Gustafson, Dr. Homer C. Huilt. Gage L. Vaughn. Not in Picture: Ivor Morrison, Wallace White, J. K. Young. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 107 home Economics CILLIIB OFFICERS Marzee Ann Rowan Marzee Ann Rowan Ruth Hardin Brewer Gladys Fisher Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor This club is affiliated with both the National and State Home Economics Organizations. Delegates are sent each year to the State Convention in Little Rock. The girls learn many practical things which are often put into practice in the numerous social activities of the club, such as its annual banquet, a tea given in honor of freshman girls, a breakfast in honor of senior girls, and an annual buffet supper. Refreshments are served after each regular meeting. Front Row (left to right): Zula Ramsey, Reba Mock, Irene Johnson, Irene Harral, Gwendolyne Cox, Virginia McCrary, Evelyn Cone Murphy, Helen Nunnally, Marcella Dodson, Flo Edna Hogue. Second Row: Nelle Anderson Bishop, Frances Harris, Marie Browner, Gladys Fisher, Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown, Marzee Ann Rowan, Ruth Hardin Brewer, Joella Sisler, Constance Mattix. Third Row: Gene Brown, Mary June Booker, Juanita Jackson, Margaret Finch, Elizabeth Finch, Orieda Horn, Jeane Fowler, Bernice Sanders, Helen Shepard, Betty Mason, Nina Rea. Page 108 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS Mary Claire Murphy Gus Ray Ridings Ira Gray Dr. H. C. Huitt President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Mary Claire Murphy This club welcomes all students to its meetings, but it is of particular interest to those students of the social science field. At its meetings world problems, their causes and effects, are thoroughly discussed by its members. Among the social activities of this organization are several picnics throughout the year, a party given by the sponsor, and an annual spring banquet. Front Row (left to right) : Remmel Dudley, Louie Collier, William Brokaw, Grover Ashley, Kenneth Kirk, Darwin Little, Alan Showalter, Carl Gustafson. Second Row: Hugh Wheeler, Farrar Brewer, Ruth Hardin Brewer, Ira Gray, Mary Claire Murphy, Dr. Homei C. Huitt, Gus Ray Ridings, J. L. Swindle, Gage L. Vaughn. Third Row: Ann Adelle Whitaker, Lorraine Secoy, Miss Lenore Schierding, Gladys Fisher, Kathleen Reasons, Vivian Williams, Mary June Booker, Anita Pollett. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 109 LIE CERCLE ERANC VIS OFFICERS Gwendolyne Cox Gwendolyne Cox Irene Johnson Evelyn Cone Murphy Alan Showalter Marian Smith Dr. D. F. Pasmore President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter - Sponsor Among the outstanding activities of Le Cercle Francais each year are the Christinas party and French Week during which time a chapel program is presented and a formal banquet is given. Two picnics are given each year - one in the fall and one in the spring. Front Row (left to right): Pernell Barwick, Donald Felley, Howard Bloodworth, Ben Sanders, Harold Ridings, Warren Thornton, Addison Bradford, Ira Wynne, Farrar Brewer, Roscoe Chitwood. Second Row: Vivian Maddox, Irene Johnson, Evelyn Cone Murphy, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Gwendolyne Cox, Marian Smith, Alan Showalter. Camilla Sharp, Lorraine Secoy. Third Row: fmogene Baker, Marzee Ann Rowan, Margaret Finch. Elizabeth Finch, Geraldine Pitts, Anita Polled. Mary Griffin, Alma Uremer, Patty Sanders, Joe McGuire. Fourth Row: Juanita Jackson, Nelle Anderson Bishop. Gladys Fisher, Mary June Booker, Vivian Williams, Ann Adelle Whitaker, Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans. Not in Picture: Mary Mae Collins, Jay Jordan. Page 110 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS LIES ART II STIES E elyn Cone Murphy Marcella Dodson Aldean Price Imogene Baker Mrs. D. F. Pasmore President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Evelyn Cone Murphy The main interests of this club are to promote a closer relationship among art students, and to give an opportunity to work with art materials outside of class. This year each member has a portrait silhoutte of herself which was made by members of the club. The club has also made a study of art history and art expression. Front Row (left to right): Marcella Dodson, Evelyn Cone Murphy, Mrs. D. F. Pasmore, Hazel Johnston. Second Row: Imogene Baker, Lefty Lee Muerer, Alma Bremer, Marian Smith. Not in Picture: Aldean Price, Alline Ward, Kathryri fittinger, George Burrows. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 111 MEN ' S GLEE CLUE C. E. McMeans - - - - Director The Men ' s Glee Club assisted in the Kiwanis Club Minstrel which is given annually by the Kiwanis Club of Jonesboro. They also assisted the A Cappella Choir in the presentation of a Christinas Carol Program. C. E. McMeans The Male Quartet composed of Robert McKnight, first tenor; Haldane Strain, second tenor; Fred Niell, baritone; and C. R. Moyers, bass, has made a tour of several towns including Harrisburg, Earle, Crawfordsville, Marion, Weiner, Swifton, Tuckerman, and Newport. It also assisted the A Cappella Choir in all its programs by presenting a number of novelty selections. Front Row (left to right): Addison Bradford, J. K. Young, David Griffin, Jake Casiday, J. L. Swindle, Bob McKnight, James Sarver. Second Row: Louie Rodgers, Ulysses McCoy, Edward Worsley, Martin Conder, Louie Collier, Bruce Barnhill. LeRoy Brownlee, Carl Harris. Third Row: John Tibbels, Norman Hall, George Hill, Earl Bundy, George Burrows, Bill Bennett, Worley Ferguson. Page 112 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS PI GAMMA MIL! OFFICERS Juanila Griffin Mary Claire Murphy Miss Eleanor Heuver Miss Lenore Sehiercling President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Juanita Griffin Membership in Pi Gamma Mu, a national honorary social science society, is based upon junior or senior standing and certain scholastic requirements. This year, for the first time, the society is awarding a scholarship medal to a member of the junior college. The purpose of this is to promote scholarship and interest in the social sciences. At the annual banquet Dr. John Quincy Adams, geographer of the University of Missouri, gave a lecture of his travels in Canada. The lecture was illustrated in technicolor. Front Row (left to right) : Irene Johnson, Gwendolyne Cox, Mary Claire Murphy, Juanita Griffin, Miss Lenore Schierding, Miss Eleanor Heuver, Miss Bernice Livengood, Alma Bremer, Irene Harral. Second Row: Farrar Brewer, Gus Ray Ridings, Mary Emma Hickox, Camilla Sharp, Helen Nunnally, J. K. Young, Dr. D. F. Showalter, Dr. Homer C. Huitt. Third Row: Alan Showalter, Kenneth Keller, Kenneth Kirk. Not in Picture: Ma 17 Ellen White, Mrs. Nannie Rogers, Dr. Holger Andersen, Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown, Grace Bulla, Angus Rutledge, Wallace White, James Hocker Mason, Mrs. H. W. Hollard. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 113 PI OMEGA PI OFFICERS Mary Claire Murphy Mary Ellen White Leton Adams Grace Bulla Maxine Whitsitt Mrs. H. W. Hollard President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Historian Sponsor Mary Claire Murphy The Alpha Kappa chapter of Pi Omega Pi, national business honor fraternity, was established on the Arkansas State campus March 18, 1939. Membership in this organization, as in all national honor societies is based upon scholastic and departmental requirements. Each year on Honors Day the fraternity makes awards to the outstanding students in shorthand and in accounting, and gives a number of medals for typing proficiency. Front Row (left to right I : Leton Adams, Maggie Lew Hogue, Grace Bulla, Johnye Lee Essary, Maxine Whitsitt, Juanita Ray, Mary Ellen White. Second Row: Hugh Wheeler, Evelyn Gaither, Mrs. Loren Gafke, Mrs. H. W. Hollard, Almeda Berry, Miss J. Frances Henderson (National Organizer), Pauline Rawls, Camilla Sharp, Mary Claire Murphy. Not in Picture: Dan Adams, Myrtle Mae Clark, Mary Mae Collins, Edward Huitt, Miss Emma Rogers, Marjorie Kincannon, Patsy Haynes, Marsella McGlasson, Bernice Bullard. Page 114 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS P RE-LAW CHUB OFFICERS Frank Angelo Lloyd Hancock Billy Wilkes Addison Bradford Leland W. Plunkett President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Frank Angelo The Pre-Law Club was organized to promote fellowship among the students who are interested in law. At the meetings of the organization many important points of law are discussed. This club also has a number of social activities during the year. Front Row (left to right) : Gus Ray Ridings, Howard Bloodworth, Tancil Caldwell, Frank Angelo, Addison Bradford, Louie Rodgers, Earl Bundy. Second Row: Martin Conder, Louie Collier, Edward Worsley, W. C. Mays, Remmel Dudley, John L. Thompson, John Shelton, Buford Keller. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page, 11 5 PRE-MED CLUB OFFICERS Lorraine Secoy Ira Wynne William Henrickson Dr. W. W. Nedrow President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Lorraine Secoy The Pre-Med Club provides a means for pre-medical students to become better acquainted and to enjoy recreation together. At the regular meetings topics of interest are discussed or debated. This is followed by a social hour. Front Row (left to right) : Farrar Brewer, Harold Ridings. Bill Brokaw, Irene Harral, Dr. W. W. Nedrow, Lorraine Secoy, William Henrickson, Fred Norris. Second Row: Ruth Hardin Brewer, Ben Sanders, Johnnie Loftis, Chris Harper, Flo Edna Hogue, Ira Wynne, Phil Thomas. Page 116 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS W., W. A. OFFICERS Patty Sanders .... Camille Belford - Marian Smith .... Mrs. James Mason - Patty Sanders The purpose of the Women ' s Athletic Association is to promote interest in competitive sports among the women students of this College. Funds are raised by the members during the year and are spent for equipment which will increase the number of games available for all students to enjoy. Each year a trophy is awarded to the member of the club who has received the most points while taking active part in the intramural program sponsored by the club. Front Row (left to right) : Orieda Horn, Aldean Price, Almeda Berry, Marian Smith, Mrs. James Mason. Patty Sanders, Camille Belford, Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans, Juanita Caldwell, Mary Lee Haynes. Second Row: Deltha Fleta Carpenter, Hazel Johnston, Mary Garland Murray, Gene Brown, Gladys Speck, Jessie Yerger, Reba Mock, Gwendolyne Cox, Sarah June Daugherty, Maiy Claire Murphy. Third Row: Nina Rea, Mabel Nance, Jeane Fowler, Dorothy Bowers, Betty Mason, Joella Sisler, Ruth McBride. Lela Johnston, Ella Cloyes. Fourth Row: Estie Lam, Maiy Mae Collins, Zula Ramsey, Mary Griffin, Gwineva Cupp, Oleta Gibbins, Thelma Cook. President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 117 Roscoe Chitwood The Young Men ' s Christian Association assists the Y. W. C. A. each year in sponsoring a Student Mixer at the opening of school. These two organizations also cooperate to sponsor Sunday School and Vesper Servicse each Sunday on the College campus. Dr. Carolyn of the Southern Methodist University and Fern Babcock, secretary of the Southwest Region, are among the outstanding people who were brought to our campus this year by these organizations. Front Row (left to right ( : John L. Thompson, Carl Gustafson, LeRoy Brownlee, Ray Burrows, Ewell Wilson, J. K. Young, Jim Hyatt. Second Row: Louie Rodgers, Louie Collier, Edward Worsley, Clifford Rorex, Harvey Box, Roscoe Chitwood, Charles Rongey, Martin Conder. Third Row: Thomas Miller, W. R. Mattix, Alan Showalter, Jake Casiday, Elmore Hynson, Kenneth Kirk, Harris Meacham. Page 118 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ORGANIZATIONS ¥. W. C. A OFFICERS Irene Johnson Mary Griffin jeane Fowler Ella Cloyes Miss Bernice Livengood President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Irene Johnson The Young, Women ' s Christian Association is practically synonymous with the Y. M. C. A. in all its activities. It cooperates with the Y. M. in all that this organization attempts and, in addition to this, makes numerous charity donations to needy families in the vicinity of Jonesboro at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Front Row (left to right) : Vivian Williams, Mary Garland Murray, Gene Brown, Gladys Speck, Mary Griffin, Ann Adelle Whitaker, Bernice Crouch, Jessie Yerger, Kathleen Phelps, Janice King, Sarah June Daugherty. Second Row: Jane Raids, Camille Belford, Orieda Horn, Jeane Fowler, Irene Johnson, Miss Bernice Liven- good, Virginia Owens, Ruth Harrison, Gwendolyne Cox, Gladys Fisher. Third Row: Kathleen Reasons, Ruth McBride, Almeda Berry, Lorene Taylor, Helen Neece, Hazel Johnston, Nina Rea. Dorothy Bowers, Ella Cloyes, Mary Lee Haynes, Reba Mock. Not in Picture: Maggie Lew Hogue, Marie Brownlee, Loyce Braden, Irene Harral. Geraldine Pitts, Bernice Sanders, Vivian Wallace, Vella B. Mann, Christola Kirk, Alma Bremer, Katherine Gill, Pauline Rawls. ORGANIZATIONS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 119 CRUMPS REEL IV MILITARY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS Major W. E. Corkill The Cadet Corps has been very fortunate in having as its commadant Major William E. Corkill, a war-time officer with an enviable record. A college man himself, he understands the problems which besiege the student and is always ready to lend a helping hand to any stuudent who seeks his aid. It has been through the efforts of Major Corkill that the Corps has received the creditable rating it has today. Captain Francis J. Achatz arrived last September to fill the vacancy left when Major Boniface Campbell was ordered to the Army War College. He has done excellent work in the short time he has been here and has gained the admiration and respect of the Cadets. Serving as adjutant of the Corps this year is Captain John L._ Lewis. His duties are varying and difficult, but he has made a hard job easy by his unswerving loyalty to the Corps. ENLISTED MEN (Left to right) : L. C. Skari, L. G. Mitchell, M. G. Frost, Technical Sergeant E. L. Gaines, Technical Sergeant F. F. Marino, Sergeant P. Campbell, Sergeant J. J. Campbell, A. E. Snodgrass. Page 122 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ROTC REGIMENTAL STAff Regim ental Com man l er Regimental Executive Regimental Adjutant Regimental Color Sergeant Regimental Color Corporal Regimental Color Corporal Clark Hetherington Joseph McCuire Francis Raymc nd Russell Shell Remmel Dudley Donald Felley Colonel Hetherington (Left to right): Cadet Lt. Col. McGuire; Cadet Capt. Raymond; Cadet Maj. Ridings, 1st Battalion Commander: Cadet Capt. Wood, 1st Battalion Adjutant; Cadet Maj. Sifford, 2nd Battalion Commander; Cadet Capt. Brad- ford. 2nd Battalion Adjutant. Front Row (left to right) : 1st Lts. Rutledge, Davis, C. L., Niell, Thomson, Allbright, Wood, W. J., English, Gray, Ramsey. Driver. Rear Row: 1st Lt. Jordan, 2nd Lts. Hughes, Moore, F. P., Wimberley, Elder, Barnes, Adams, Garrison. ROTC 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 123 TIN IE CORPS The Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit at Arkansas State College was established in February, 1936, at the request of the College authorities. Major William E. Corkill was selected as Professor of Military Science and Tactics. The original enrollment iii September, 1936, was about 150 students. By intensive training under Major Corkill ' s supervision the Corps made such progress that, at its first annual inspection in May, 1937, it received the highest possible rating - EXCELLENT. In September, 1938, the enrollment increased to about 225 students. This year the Corps has the advantage of having about 100 of the previous year ' s freshmen back as upperclassmen. In May, 1939, it again achieved its gnal by being rated as EXCELLENT at the annual inspection. This year, with an enrollment of about 235 students saw the beginning of advanced course work for the first time. At present there are nineteen juniors enrolled in the first year advanced course and fourteen seniors who are taking both the first and second years " work. On June 11 these advanced course students will report to Fort Riley, Kansas, for the annual six-weeks R. O. T. C. Camp. Here they will put into practice the theory I hat they have been taught in the preceding years of academic work. The results of the annual inspection determine whether or not the Corps will wear the Blue Honor Star the next year. Page 124 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ROTC battery a 2nd Lt. - James Barnes Front Row (left to right): Schisler (CpL), Dudley (Cpl.), Chitwood (Cpl.) , 2nd Lt. Barnes, 1st Lt. Thomson. Capt. Beard, 1st Lt. Davis, Worsley, Tompkins, Mattix, Wood, M. D. Middle Row: Felley (Cpl.), Fowler (Sgt.), Shockley, Craig (CpL), Wells. Jarrett. Swarens, Williams, Ogles, Lam, Huitt, Salmon (Cpl.), Shell (Sgt.). Rear Row: Hynson, Sanders, Word, Nance, Ulmer. Frazier. Burrows, Whidden, Dale, Hutchison, Williamson, Wilson. BATTERY IB Front Row (left to right): Rorex (Cpl.), Wiles, Burnett, 2nd Lt. Jordan, 1st Lt. Ramsey, Capt. Ashley, 1st Lt. Wood. W. J.. 2nd Lt. Garrison, Tihhels, McGuire. D. J., Houston. Middle Row: Abbott (Cpl.), Lamb, Jamison, Pryor, Brownlee. (Jollier, Ellis, Graham, B. P., Pleitz, Hoffman. Hall. Rear Row: Lauderdale, J. B., Eldridge, Diggs, Chisum, McCulloeh, Brummett (Sgt.), French, Thomas, Horn, Armstrong, Lawson. ROTC 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 125 BATTERY C CAPT. CALDWELL Capt. - Adley Caldwell 1st Lt. - Fred Niell 1st Lt. - Paul Allbright 2nd Lt. Dan Adams 2nd Lt. Fred Moore Front Row (left to right): Shelton CCpl.), Davis (Cpl.) Branan (Sgt.), 2nd Lt. Adams, 1st Lt. Allbright, Capt. Caldwell, 1st Lt. Niell, 2nd Lt. Moore, Crockett (Cpl.), Cathcart, Rodgers, L. N. Middle Row: Sample, Graham, Hulen, Pruett, Booker, Griffin, Thompson, Jones, Rongey, Caldwell, T., Latimer. Rear Row: Mays, W., Watkins, Price L. E., Lauderdale, D., Brooks, Kinney, McLester, Mays, M., Ferguson. BATTERY ID CAPT. GRAHAM Capt. - Ellsworth Graham 1st Lt. - Jimmy English 1st Lt. - Angus Rutledge 2nd Lt. - Joe Hughes 2nd Lt. - Jerry Wimberley Front Row (left to right): Roberts, Norris, Neal (Cpl.), 2nd Lt. Wimberley, 1st Lt. English, Capt. E. W. Graham, 1st Lt. Rutledge, 2nd Lt. Hughes, Cureton (Sgt.), Hargett (Cpl.), Alford. Middle Row: Paxton, Clardy, Burk, Knowlton, Kopp, Newcom, Pratt. J. M., Barnhill, Crisco. Rear Row: Orton, Huber, Park, W. E., Barham, Bentley, Heck, Hollinger, Arnold, McEwen, Conder- Page 126 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ROTC 2nd Lt. - Robert Schnee Fiont Row (left to right) : Fiscus, Rogers, D. W., 2nd Lt. Crane, Capt. Hughey, Capt. Hancock, 2nd Lt. Elder, 2nd Lt. Schnee, Oldham, Chance, Aycock (Cpl.). Middle Row: Pate, Mays, W.C., Trim, Haynes, (Sgt.(. Clark, Stone (Cpl.), Harris, Sarver, McCoy, Forten- berry, (Cpl.). Rear Row: Carnation, Hendrickson, Brokaw, Lockhart, Moyers. BATTERY IF Front Row (left to right): Wallace (Cpl.), Mc Carroll (Cpl.), Smith. H. S. (Sgt.), Melton (Sgt.), Ridings, H. D. (Sgt.), 1st Lt. Driver, Capt. Glover, 1st Lt. Gray, Lewis, G. E. (Sgt.), Rees (Sgt.), Box (Cpl.), Schroedet (Cpl.). Middle Row: Jinks, Parker, H. J., Duncan, Cunningham, Bennett, Midkiff, Myers, Seltlemire, Wynne. Rear Row: Stage, Powell, Wimp, Steyer, Mack, Bowden, Moore, T. P. ROTC 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 127 SCABBARD AND BLADE " M " COMPANY, 7th REGIMENT Sponsor ■ Major William E. Corkill, F. A. Captain - - - Clark Hetherington First Lieutenant - - Wilson Sifford Second Lieutenant - - Grover Ashley Major V. E. Corkill First Sei geant - Francis E taymond Clark Hetherington fat Cm 40 - . !■ iRHHP h - " totJI -..-. ' ...-! .17 - Z | 4 At Top Row (left to right): Paul AUbright, Grover Ashley, James Beard, Addison Bradford, Adley Caldwell, Caleb Davis, Frank Elder, Jimmie English. Second Row: Edwin Garrison, Ira Gray, Lloyd Hancock, Robert Hughey, Jay Jordon, Joseph Mc- Guire, James Ramsey, Francis Raymond. Third Row: V. C. Kays (honorary member), Captain Francis J. Achatz (associate member), Gus Ray Ridings, Wilson Sifford. Kelly Thomson, Witt Wood, Captain John L. Lewis (associate member), H. W. Hollard (honorary member). indicates charter members. Page 128 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 ROTC ARTILLERY DRILL ' •RATTERY IN ORDER " He no r i r y Cdpt cn Bd. 71 d Lohdlflt StCOV Ho n or dry Met j o r h c Bai tci hen Jess ie Ye roe r honor d y-y Ctigtgi n L uilz ' a. L, eft y Lee Meurer Ho n o tci y y Cd.pL a i JL Bdtte r v s HELEN NUNNALLV Crlddys Fisher HoNOflARyC oL o nbL 1 x1 r Cj-u i r jBZ. s y CZ CJ pp Honora «. y C.AprA f fs SATTERy S ll ET M SN£fr BASHFUL REEL V«G REEKS AILIPIhA SIGMA Imogen e Baker Mrs. James Mason Imogene Baker Lorraine Secoy Patty Sanders Mary Emma Hickox Floride Hanify Mary Lee Haynes Basil Hall Mrs. James Mason Mary Ann Richards President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Historian Marshal Sponsor Alumnae President Alpha Sigma Sorority was founded in February. 1935, with Dorothy Lea Lines of Wynne serving as first president. Mrs. Adelaide Rogers Gafke of Jonesboro was the first sponsor. Succeeding presidents have been Loieno Holland Clayton, Arline Bullard Thompson, and Imogene Baker who is now serving in that capacity, with Mrs. James Mason as sponsor. The purpose of the sorority is to develop higher standards of womanhood, to foster closer relationship among the girls, and to assist in any undertaking of the College. Alpha Sigma sponsors the first formal dance of the year, and a dinner dance is given in the spring. Shortly after school opens, the sorority entertains with a tea in honor of all the new girls. A tea is also given in the spring complimenting the girls of the graduating class. It is at this tea that an award is presented to the most outstanding senior in the sorority. A convention is held during the summer with a large number of active and alumnae members attending. Each year the sorority presents an award to the most outstanding student in the music field. A collection of books is also given to the library. Members of Alpha Sigma Sorority take part in all social activities and worthwhile events on the campus. Page 132 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 GREEKS SOCIAL SORORITY Mb 1 fa 1 mi TOP ROW— Lorene Bailey Imogene Baker Mildred Berkshire Martha Jean Booker Gene Brown Jane Chandler Julia Van Coffman Noralyn Fortinberry SECOND ROW— Kathryn Gill Basil Hall Floride Hanify Mary Lee Haynes Mary Emma Hickox Hazel Johnston Betsy Ledbetter Sunshine Lile THIRD ROW— Reba Mock Mary Garland Murray Helen Neece Kathleen Phelps Anita Pollett Kathleen Reasons Patty Sanders Lorraine Secoy BOTTOM ROW- Gladys Speck Helen Sturdivant Ruth Thomas Vivian Williams Jessie Yerger. Not in Picture: Mavis Whistle, Esther Detrich. GREEKS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 — ■ Page 133 ALPHA TAL ZETA Camille Belford Mjss Eleanor Heuver Camille Belford • President Mary Ellen White - Vice-President Vivian Maddox - - - Corresponding Secretary Irene Johnson .... Recording Secretary Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans - - - - Treasurer Mary June Booker - - - Pledge Mistress Marzee Ann Rowan - Historian Gwineva Cupp - .... Reporter Miss Eleanor Heuver - Sponsor Mrs. Hattie W. Caraway .... Honorary Member On March 3, 1937, Alpha Tau Zeta sorority received its charter. Eighteen girls were initiated into its member- ship. Bettye Sue Fortinberry served as first president. Alice Horn, winner of last year ' s R. E. Lee Wilson Citizenship Award, was the second president. Miss Eleanor Heuver was chosen sponsor. To promote good citizenship and fellowship among the girls on the campus and to uphold the high standards of Arkansas State College are the primary purposes of organization. As a major project the members have undertaken the compilation of the school ' s history, which is to be called " From Papoose to Chieftain. " At the opening of the fall session the girls welcome all dormitory girls and freshman town girls with a tea. In November they sponsor a backward dance. On March 4 the sorority celebrated its second anniversary with a formal dinner and dance. During the summer vacation the girls met for a week ' s convention. Jones boro has been chosen convention city for the past two summers. The avowed purpose of the organization is to develop who are: Major and Mrs. William E. Corkill, Captain and Mrs. John L. Lewis, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Nedrow, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Knight, Roy Sigler, Dr. and Mrs. John R. Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrett, and H. W. Hollard. Mrs. H. W. Hollard is an active alumna, and Senator Hattie W. Caraway is an honorary member. Page 134 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 GREEKS SOCIAL SORORITY TOP ROW— Camille Belford Nelle Anderson Bishop Mary June Booker Ella Cloyes Gwineva Cupp Sarah June Daugherty Elizabeth Finch SECOND ROW— Margaret Finch Jeane Fowler Fannie Mary Garrett Frances Harris Orieda Horn Juanita Jackson Irene Johnson THIRD ROW— Janice King Onieta Kinney Ruth McBride Vivian Maddox Constance Mattix Pauline Rawls Juanita Ray BOTTOM ROW— Mary Elizabeth Rosecrans Marzee Ann Rowan Willodean Swindle Mary Ellen White Not in Picture: Glenda Jernigan, Laura Jones. GREEKS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 135 DELTA BETA CHI Maggie Lew Hogue Miss Ruth Collins Maggie Lew Hogue Mary Claire Murphy Gwendolyne Cox Juanita Crifliu Gladys Fisher Evelyn Cone Murphy Whitley Jarman Freda Bollinger Miss Ruth Collins Eleanor Lane President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Captain Historian Reporter Chaplain Sponsor Alumnae President Delta Beta Chi Sorority was founded on the campus of Arkansas State College on February 11, 1935, with Marv Elizabeth Hollan of Wynne as its first president, and Miss Martha Lou Lassiter, art instructor, as first sponsor. Maggie Lew Hogue is now serving her second term as president, and the group is sponsored by Miss Ruth Collins. The avowed purposed of the organization is to develop closer friendships, to promote social activities, and to make Arkansas State College a greater institution. In its yearly calendar of activities this sorority includes a number of worthwhile social events and benefits to campus life. Delta Beta Chi sponsors the first dance of the year, a no-date affair encouraging new students to become acquainted and to lake part in social events. On February 11, the sorority annually celebrates its founders day with a banquet and ball. As a part of its Christmas program, the sorority sponsored this year ' s " White Christmas " program for the needy, in addition to its traditional singing of Christmas carols on the campus. An annual sorority-fraternity picnic is now held through the original suggestion of Delta Beta Chi. Each summer the sorority holds a convention in Memphis ; this is for the purpose of making plans for the next year, to interest new students in the school ' s activities, and to bring together the alumnae of the organization. Our patrons are Miss Lenore Schierding, Mr. and Mrs. Guy French, Mrs. E. L. Whitsitt, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Eldridge. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Crosno, Mr. and Mrs. Haldane Strain, and Vernon Langston. Page 136 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 GREEKS TOP ROW— Kathryn Bittinger Freda Bollinger Mary Elise Brown Gwendolyne Cox Marcella Dodson Gladys Fisher Maxine Fortune Genevieve Foster SECOND ROW— Juanita Griffin Mary Griffin Ruth Harrison Maggie Lew Hogue Whitley Jarman Franchelle Jeffries Betty Mason Lefty Lee Muerer BOTTOM ROW— Evelyn Cone Murphy Mary Claire Murphy Helen Nunnally Geraldine Pitts Jane Rauls Marian Smith Maxine Whitsitt Isahel Wynn GREEKS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 137 DELTA OMEGA SIGMA Lloyd Hancock C. E. McMeans Lloyd Hancock Ivan Bushy Edwin Garrison Frank Elder Gus Ray Ridings John L. Thompson C. E. McMeans President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian Chaplain Sponsor Delia Omega Sigma Fraternity was founded by five men — W. F. LeLoache, Jr., E. L. Talliaferro, Van Smith. Charles Light, and Charles Okey. Charles Light was the first president. Since that time Paul Chambers, Eddie Heath, and Lloyd Hancock have piloted the fraternity. Guided by C. E. McMeans as sponsor, this organization has endeavored to do its part in promoting the activities which make for better scholastic and social surroundings on the campus. During the past three years Delta Omega Sigma has sponsored dances with the profit being used to help the Annual drive. Two years ago the fraternity held the first formal dance on the campus. From time to time the organization gives smokers and other entertainments to encourage students to attend State College. The fraternity has set aside a scholastic fund, to be added to each year, through which some student may borrow sufficient funds to help him continue his schooling. Page 138 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 GREEKS SOCIAL FRATERNITY 0% " ■» - w ... ■■■■ " - 1 ■5% . r Li P TOP ROW— Frank Angelo W. T. Baldwin George Booker Billy John Burkett Ivan Busby Kenneth Camp Louie Collier SECOND ROW- Billy Cureton Frank Elder Edwin Garrison George Glover David Griffin Lloyd Hancock Carl Harris THIRD ROW— Edward Hoffman Paul Hoffman Joe Hughes James Lauderdale Ulysses McCoy W. C. Mays Ivor Morrison BOTTOM ROW- James Ramsey Harold Ridings Gus Ray Ridings John L. Thompson Billy Wilkes Jerry Wimberley Edward Worsley Not in Picture: H. B. Thorn, Frank Williams, Maynard Thompson. GREEKS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 139 IK.AIPIPA SIGMA r U G. W. Clements Dr. Ashley Robey G. W. Clements Clifton Mack Clark Hetherington Caleb Davis Joe McGuire Victor Wyatt Paul Settlemire Johnnie Loftis Homer Gene McEwen Dorse Keller Dr. Ashley Robey President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Pledge Master Historian Parliamentarian Senior Steward Junior Steward Corresponding Secretary Chaplain Sponsor Kappa Sigma Nu Fraternity was organized in February, 1935, with Leland McCandless of New Albany, Ind., as president and Dr. Ashley Robey as sponsor. Since that time membership of the fraternity and alumni association has reached eighty-eight. Presidents since the initial year have been James Bridges of Walnut Ridge, Winford Wyatt of Jonesboro, Orville Kellett of Williford, and G. W. Clements of Jonesboro. Social functions include the annual Christmas dance, the spring banquet, and an annual alumni New Year ' s Eve banquet. Last summer, Kappa Sigma Nu held its first summer convention in Memphis with twenty-five active and alumni members present. The fraternity is planning the second annual conclave to be held this summer. Page 140 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 GREEKS SOCIAL FRATERNITY % iAfi til TOP ROW Charles Armstrong Earl Bundy Charles Clark G. W. Clements Jimmy Crockett Caleb Davis Jimmie English J. D. Fortenberry SECOND ROW— Max Frazier Norman Hall James Ray Haynes Clark Hetherington Jim Hyatt Bill Jones Johnnie Loftis V. H. Kays THIRD ROW Donald Keller Doise Keller Homer McEwen Joe McGuire Clifton Mack Henry Metzler Woodrow Midkiff G. C. Nance ' 4 tA _ Ml 1 BOTTOM ROW— Francis Raymond Clifford Rorex Paul Settlemire Preston Wells Wallace White Victor Wyatt H. W. Hollard Honorary Member Vernon Langston Honorary Member Taylor Lindsey Honorary Member GREEKS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 141 Kelly Thomson Guy French Kelly Thomson Wilson Sifford G. C. Driver Addison Bradfoi Robert Pleitz Gus Craig Guy French President Vice-President Secretary, Pledge Master Treasurer Historian Sergeant-at-Arms - - - Sponsor Zeta Tan Zeta Fraternity made its appearance on the campus of Arkansas State in 1937. Organized and chartered February 9, 1937, with 18 members headed by Clarence Adams, the fraternity took as its mission the promotion of better relationship between the fraternities and sororities on this campus. Clarence Adams of Jonesboro was succeeded by James DeShazo of Viola as president at the opening of the 1938 school term. Following his withdrawal from school at the end of the semester, he was succeeded by vice-president Charles Potter of Pine Bluff. Charles Potter was chosen as president for the forthcoming school term; however, due to his failure to return to school, vice-president-elect Wilson Sifford of Cherry Valley served in that capacity until an election of a new president was held. At this election, Zeta Tau Zeta selected Kelly Thomson of Cotter to serve for the ensuing year. Guy French and Dean B. Ellis serve as Faculty Sponsor and Activity Adviser respectively. This year Zeta Tau Zeta set a precedent by selecting Miss Billie Masner, freshman of Monette as their " Dream Girl. " Each year this organization offers an award to the most outstanding student in journalism and to the most outstanding athlete. Last year these students were Clarence Adams and Orville Kellett. Zeta Tau Zeta celebrated its second anniversary January 28 with a colorful ball. This annual dance marks one of the outstanding social events of the year. Page 142 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 GREEKS SOCIAL FRATERNITY W J fl _ g " ; iii ' TOP ROW — Dan Adams Paul Allbright Harvey Box Addison Bradford A. H. Caldwell Gus Craig G. C. Driver SECOND ROW- Donald Felley Hubert Fowler Jack Gibbins Ira Gray Jimmy Myers Gene Houston George Lewis THIRD ROW- Herbert Mack Tom Moore Fred Niell Robert Pleitz H. F. Salmon Leslie Sanderson Wilson Sifford BOTTOM ROW- Eugene Smith Kelly Thomson Algie Wallace Witt Wood Joe Wood Dick Word Not in Picture: Dan McGuire. GREEKS 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 14.3 Reba V J- D- posing. . . Buddies. . . All right, look the other way! . . . Cycling today? . . . Willies. . . And right behind the school, too, tsk, tsk. . . Once upon a time Mary and Frank. . . Relaxin ' . . . Have a nice bit of hay? . . . Guess who ' s the object of Brown ' s affections. . . Spring fever. . . Waiting to work? . . . It ' s a fake! . . . Delta Beta Chi pledge. . . Freshies. . . Seein ' double. . . . Casting shadows. . . " Cotton " and his books . . . Watch it yourself, James. RIEEL YII-IBIEAUTIIIES MILDRED IHOLIT FRANCHELLE JEFFRIES BILLIE MASNER HELEN N LINN ALLY MABLE SMITH HOMECOMING- ID AY MAGGIE LEW HOGUE Eacli year the alumni of the College comes together to help celebrate one of the biggest occasions on the cal- endar — Homecoming Day. It is a time when former students meet new students, faculty members, and their old buddies. This year Maggie Lew Hogue, senior of Weiner, was nominated by the football squad and elected by the vote of the entire student body to reign over the day ' s festivities. Those selected as maids were Jessie Yerger, i.,nior; Eranchelle Jeffries and Kathryn Gill, sophomores; and Reba Mock, freshman. On ibis particular October 22, these celebrities were suitably recognized at the football game between State and Hendrix College and were honored at the Delta Omega Sigma dance that night. MAUDS Jessie Yerger Franchelle Jeffries Kathryn Gill Reba Mock Page 152 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Beauties IRIEIEIL Vll-ATHLETICS SCHOOL SPIRIT Salient youth always resounds With all its eager cries When foes and friends do abound, And school colors fill the skies. They have a spirit before unknown lien battle threatens near They are our beacons to go on To Fight! To Fight in coming years! — Swindle CHEER LEADERS The cheer leading squad is responsible for much of the enthusiasm displayed at the various athletic encounters during the past year. W ilh not a single veteran returning to the squad this year, the group that was selected after a series of tests wasted no time putting themselves through the stiffest of drills in preparation for the first football game with Tennessee Teachers. Frank Angelo, senior of Cotton Plant, was selected as head leader and capably fulfilled his duty. He was ably assisted by Jessie Yerger and James Ramsey, juniors; and Edward Worsley, freshman. Edward Cox was mascot of the squad. James Ramsey Cladys Speck Frank Angelo Jessie Yerger Edward Worsley Page 154 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletics ATIHILIETIIC STAIFIF Under the able direction of Herbert B. Schwartz, athletic director, Arkansas State College has placed its Department of Physical Training as number one in Arkansas. The physical education program, as it is now, was begun at State when Coach Schwartz was placed at the head of the department. It is through his efforts that much progress has been made. Now nearly all students take part in some form of recreation. Intramural tournaments and contests in Softball, tennis, badminton, paddle tennis, shulfle board, swimming, volleyball, and many others are held regularly. Herbert B. Schwartz Leslie Speck, the " little man " of football, is probably one of the youngest college mentors in the United States. Coach Speck has participated in sports and athletics all his life and is now completing his third year as instructor and coach at State. His teams both on the grid- -iron and off, have showed that they have learned the true meaning and value of competitive sports. To Wendell Davis, basketball coach, goes countless praises for the fine basketball teams he has turned out in his three years at State. Himself a former all-star and captain of State ' s team, Wendell ' s persistence and knowledge of the game have won him statewide recognition as a basketball coach. Completing her fourth year at State, Mrs. James Mason has established a complete recreation program. She sincerely believes that happiness comes through good health. As head of the women ' s athletics and physical training at State, Mrs. Mason has done her part to bring about this objective for the women students. Athletics 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 155 Paul Settlemire Back, Varsity Donald Keller Eddie Hoffman Clifton Mack Tackle, Varsity End, Varsity Back, Varsity " Cotton " Busby Captain 1938-39 FOOTEALL Ivan " Cotton " Busby, elongated center from Dexter, Missouri, trans- ferred to State following his freshman year at Lambuth College and immed iately won the commendation of coaches and fans by his willingness to try and his aggressive playing. " Cotton " ' handled center duties his three years here and was captain last season. Playing in every game, despite a troublesome shoulder injury, he contributed greatly to the successes of the Indians. As head of the squad he capably fulfilled his job of keeping the team spirit at a peak at all times. Emmett Burk Tackle, Varsity Eddie Sample End, Vars-ty John Stone Tackle, Reserve Tancil Caldwell Tackle, Varsity Page 156 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletic- Bruce Green Back, Varsitv James Lauderdale Ba A - , Vanity Joe Woods End, Varsity Luke Mase End, Reserve IFOOTIBALIL Clifton " Cupie " Mack of Rector, captain of the 1937-38 Indian scuad, was one of the most outstanding players ever to wear the black and red. During his freshman and sophomore years he received state-wide acclaim as one of the best pass receiving ends in this part of the country. In his last two years, he was shifted to the back field where his brawn really ' counted when he began pounding the enemy line. His broken-field running and his passing kept the grandstand on its feet most of every game. " Cupie " Mack Captain 1937-38 Marion Snider Guard, Varsity Henry Metzler Guard, Varsity Ivan Busby Center, Varsity Joe McGuire Guard, Varsity Athletics 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 157 FOOTBALL Earl Bundy Buford Keller Hec Lamb Jimmy Myers Tackle, Reserve Tackle, Reserve Guard, Reserve Back, Reserve Under the able guidance of ' " Cotton " Busby, elongated captain of the 1938 squad, the Indians went through a fairly successful season. Coach Leslie Speck called the Arkansas State gridders for their first drill early in September. Faced with the loss of numerous lettermen, Speck put his team through strenuous workouts for their first game with West Tennessee Teachers. " Cupie " Mack, captain of the 1937 team, was the speurpoint of the Indians attack. Both he pud Busby, along with Joe McGuire, are finishing their last year at State. Gordon French Kelly Thomson Homer Branan End, Reserve Back, Reserve Manager Page 158 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletics " Dub " Baldwin ' " Dub " Clements Captain Sub-Captain TIME §QUAID Front Row (left to right): Ivan Busby, G. W. Clements, Dorse Keller, W, T, Baldwin, Henry Metzlei, Em- melt Burk, Joe Woods. Second Row: Ralpb Diggs. Donald Keller, Paul Settlemire, Clifford Rorex, Edward Hoffman, David Grif- fin.. Third Row: Homer Branan. Bill Jones, Jack Fiscus, Kenneth Kirk, " Dub " Fisher, Coach Wendell Davis. Athletics 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 159 W. T. Baldwin Forward, Varsity G. W. Clements I or ward, Varsity Dorse Keller Forward, Varsity Donald Keller Guard, Varsity BASKETBALL NORTHERN TRIP Southern Illinois Normal University — 49 Sparks College— 42 James Milliken University — 34 North Central College — 60 Loyola University — 67 Armour Tech — 37 DePaul University — 61 Normal Illinois University — 41 Clifford Rorex Forward, Varsity David Griffin Center, Varsity Paul Settlemire Forward, Varsity Emmett Burk Center, Varsity Page 160 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletics Eddie Hoffman Guard, Varsity Heniy Metzler Guard, Varsity Bill Jones Guard, Reserve Ralph Diggs Guard, Varsity BASKETBALL REGULAR SEASON State- -38 West Tenn. Teachers- 32 State- -33 Harding College — 30 State- -28 Hendrix College — 34 State- -71 Lambuth College — 25 State— 46 West Tenn. Teachers- -53 State- -47 Arkansas College — 59 State- -30 Hendrix College — 44 State- -39 Harding College — 75 State- -50 Arkansas College — 40 State— 39 West Tenn. Teachers— -32 State- -38 Lambuth College — 36 Jack Fiscus Center, Reserve ' Dub " Fisher Center, Reserve Homer Branan Forward, Reserve Joe Woods Manager Athletics 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 161 Roscoe Chitwood Martin Conder Morrell Cobb Bruce Barnhill Distance Distance Dash Dashes, Jumps With not a single letterman returning for the track squad, Coach Leslie Speck took a group of freshmen and sophomores and wrought a very promis- ing team. Although they showed only fairly well against Southwestern, nf is quite possible that next year and the year following State will have a fine track team. " Dub " Fisher, freshman from Monette. is one of the mainstays of the team, capturing points in vaulting, high jumping, and broad jumping. Other promising tracksters are Garrison, Heck, Kirk. Barnhill, Conder, and Chambers. David Griffin Edwin Garrison John Stone Fred Moore anlt. Jumps Dashes Weights Manager Page 162 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletics TIRACIfi LeRoy Brownlee W. Roy Matrix " Tex " Horn Chris Harper Distance Distance Distance Distance Athletics 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 103 GIRLS ' INTRAMURALS SEPTEMBER Tennis, Softball OCTOBER Speedball, Hockey, Swimming NOVEMBER Speedball, Hockey, Badminton, Swimming DECEMBER Basketball, Shuffleboard, Badminton JANUARY Basketball, Horseshoes, Ping Pong FEBRUARY Basketball. Volleyball, Ping Pong, Horseshoes MARCH Volleyball. Hiking, Skating. Swimming APRIL Archery, Tennis, Track and Field, Hiking. Skating, Softball, Swimming MAY Archery, Tennis, Softball, Badminton Patty Sanders was the girls swimming champion for 1938-1939. The tennis crown was won by Jessie Yerger, while Gladys Speck won the paddle tennis singles honor. Miss Yerger paired with Reba Mock to win the paddle tennis doubles and the quoitennis doubles. Gladys Speck was victor in the quoitennis singles tournament. Christine Barnett ' s Softball team was champion in that sport. Those comprising the championship team were: Christine Barnett, Winona Ridings, Mable Nance, Juanita Caldwell. Lennie Sue Cato, Almeda Berry, Irene Harral, Gladys Speck, Gene Brown, Jane Rauls, Loyce Braden, and Mary Davis. Members of the swimming team were: Patty Sanders, Marian Smith, Nola Campbell, Mary Garland Murray. Deltha Carpenter, Floride Hanify. and Mary Griffin. I he championship speedball team was captained by Mary Lee Haynes and those earning points in this sport were: Camille Belford, Gwineva Cupp, Estie Lam, Oleta Gibbons, Aldean Price, Mary Garland Murray. Mary Griffin. Mary Claire Murphy, Sarah June Daugherty, Betty Mason, Patty Sanders, Marian Smith, and Hazel Johnston. Estie Lam ' s team won the hockey tournament. It consisted of Estie Lam, Gladys Speck, Gene Brown, Mary Lee Haynes, Mary Claire Murphy, Almeda Berry, Hazel Johnston, Reba Mock, Sarah June Daugherty, and Jessie Yerger. Two volleyball tournaments were held; Estie Lam ' s team won the first and Deltha Carpenter ' s team nun l he second. The basketball class tournament was won by a freshman team with Estie Lam as captain. Others comprising this winning sextet were Mable Nance, Mary Griffin, Lela Johnston, Miva Turney, Helen McAlexander, Ruth McBride, Hazel Johnston, and Mary Jane Bryant. Lela Johnston ' s basketball team won the other tournament. Members of the team were Lela Johnston, and Mary Jane Bryant, as well as Marie Browner, Tommie William- son, Ople Casiday, Helen McAlexander, Zula Ramsey, Iva Turney, Miva Turney, Pearl Vinson, and Viva Lamb. Mable Nance won honors in the shuffleboard singles and Patty Sanders and Marian Smith paired to take the doubles. Gladys Speck added the table tennis ribbon to her list of victories. Mary Lee Haynes and Sarah Daugherty won the table tennis doubles tournament. Miss Daugherty also proved to be the best marksman in the archery contest. The badminton match was won by Juanita Caldwell. Page 164 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletics GIRLS INTKAM URALS GIRLS INTRAMLIRALS it ' s A h t fft ury w j at wwA BOYS ' II NTRAPHIJ RAILS SEPTEMBER Inter-Freshman Softball Tournament, Inter-Freshman Tennis- Singles and Doubles, R. 0. T. C. Softball. OCTOBER Softball League, Freshman Track, Swimming and Diving, All Campus Tennis — Singles and Doubles. NOVEMBER Cross Country, Touch Football, Volleyball DECEMBER Basketball Tournament. Rubber Horseshoes, Badminton. All Campus Boxing, R. O. T. C. Basketball Tournament. JANUARY Basketball Tournament, Volley-ball, Paddle Tennis. FEBRUARY Basketball Tournament, Badminton, Shuffleboard. MARCH AND APRIL Softball, Tennis, All Campus — Swimming and Diving, Track, All Campus -- Golf. With the opening of school in September a softball tournament got under way which was won by the Freshman Class. Members of that team were: Edward Worsley, Bill Jones, Max Frazier, Hugh Jamison, Buddy Arm- strong, John Tibbels, Jack Lewis, Paul Hoffman, David Griffin, Louie Collier, and Jack Fiscus. Billy Jowers won the badminton singles, and he paired with Homer McEwen to take the doubles in the same sport. The R. 0. T. C. softball tournament was captured by Battery " C " . Buddy Armstrong, Ralph Diggs, George Booker, Bill Jones, Tancil Caldwell, Eddie Sample, Louie Rodgers, Charles Rongey, Paul Lattimer, David Griffin, Earl Price, and Worley Ferguson comprised the championship team. The tennis team was composed of David Griffin, Charles Powell, Doyle Rogers, and Homer McEwen. Griffin won the singles and he and Powell won the doubles. Two basketball tournaments were held — one for freshman alone, and one for tl e entire campus. Ralph Diggs captained the winning freshman quintet which included Bruce Barnhill, Jack Fiscus, Bill Jones, David Griffin, Richard Ellis, Armon Goad, and William Shockley. The winning team of the all-campus basketball tournament was the N. Y. A. " Comets " . Arthur O ' Bryant managed the team and the players were: J. C. Dobbs, Marion Snider. Hulbert Willett, James Cobb, Emmitt Gilmore, Warren Senteney. Bruce Green, Boyd Booth and Buford Booth. Much interest was shown in the touch-football contest held in November and December. The Outcasts won this tournament by defeating the Delta Omega Sigma team 3 to in the final game of the schedule. Those on the championship team were Grover Ashley, Homer Branan. Dub Fisher. George Lewis, Jack Lewis, Joe Brummett. Phil Hendricks, Billy Jowers, Bruce Barnhill, Ira Wynne, George Hill, and Fred Moore. The swimming team consists of George Lewis, Bill Aycock, Max Wallace and Charley Clark. Athletics 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS • 1939 Page 167 BOYS ' INTRAFHURALS TFA A S CtfAMP OA S Cres prrrr ? SoM6a C ?amps Freshmen 0 ?sAe? " Ou ' Ca ' sAs " 1 What ' s the 3cor? ? Battery ' C " Soffba C f am O ' 0 s BOYS II IMT1R AM ID RAILS INTRAMLIRALS Athletic Director Herbert Schwartz has charge of all men ' s intramural sports and is assisted by Coach Wendell Davis and appointed managers and captains. Arkansas State College has one of the most complete intramural programs in the south, each student having access to all games and equipment. Tournaments are held among classes, fraternities, and organizations. Records of winners and individual scores are kept in the Intramural Director ' s office. Schedules and standings of tournaments are posted on a bulletin board in R. E. Lee Wilson Hall. Other games and non-tournament games are played in the armory every day with many students enjoying the recreational advantages offered. Intramural letters and awards are given at the end of each year to those who have earned them. Students who are members of the varsity or freshman squads may not participate in the various sports. The giving of letters is based on a point system. The winner or winners of a tournament each receive 100 points, second place receives 75 points, and third place receives 50 points, and all others taking part receives 35 points. Each individual who earns a total of 500 points receives a letter at the end of the year on Honors Day. A trophy is awarded by the Zeta Tau Zeta Fraternity to the man who earns the most points and the W. A. A. trophy is awarded to the woman who earns the most points during the year. Intramural sports and tournaments for women of Arkansas State College are sponsored by the Women ' s Athletic Association and are c onducted under the supervision of Mrs. James Mason. All women enrolled in the College are entitled to intramural privileges including the use of equipment and facilities provided by the athletic department for competition and recreation. The Women ' s Athletic Association meets twice a month in order to check on tournaments, organize new tournaments, and to regulate other recreational programs. Through this organization the team captains are elected and schedules of games are made. Records of individual and team standings are kept as well as a list of points earned by each participant. Tournament schedules and other athletic news are posted on the bulletin board. By sponsoring a " Backward Dance " each year the Women ' s Athletic Association provides a means for purchasing equipment. Members of the Women ' s Athletic Association are those women who have received intramural letters and those trying to earn them. It is one of the largest organizations on the campus. Page 170 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Athletics REEL VIII--EEATURES tiiir who... Nd ;k ciclcnl. hist DI!X pl -iljif. . . Did you say something?... Button freshman... Wop diggin ' in... Getting good!... Stone in a hurry... Grant heard a funny one. . . Good old snow, grrrr. . . Making a snow man. . . Hazel snaps. . . ROTC practice... Big Ag men... Davis and Speck (with hat).. Cut the dreaming, Sloppy.. It ' s not a scene from a play. . . Printer ' s devils — and I do mean devils. . . Lewis at its best... Ish Kabible. . . Posin " . . . Goin ' someplace? ... On ole athletic field... Nothing just like a wedding trip... Could be slick... Those easy chairs are the thing... Some qu artette... Knee deep... Freshmen only once... Not working!... Yeah, bookworms... That cute girl from down the road... Rather affectionate... Campus at twilight... Wanted to be in a pitcher... Silhouettes... From left to right: Brown, Speck, Mock. . . The other side of Jones ' picture. . . One of those things. . . Between classes.. . Waiting for chapel... What a ball team... Cold knees... Caleb (Lone Ranger) in the Wigwam... T. S. . . Really relaxing... Herb ' s excited... Can this be love?... Alpha Sigs. .. Quit the stalling... One and only Bentley. . . Doling it out... - ' Cupie " (believe it or not)... Prize cattle... " We want a ride! " ... Pistol team... Ma frien. . . Up at ROTC camp. . . " Ma " Woods. . . Such comfort . . Rutledge editing the Herald... Getting paid lor it too!... The Carpenter boys... Charting a meet... College Clubians. . . Barnhart ' Mama. ' . . Ann Adelle and Miss Livengood sunnin ' . . . Somebody ' s field day. . . Attentive KSN pledge. . . From under the front light. . . Takin ' it easy... Yea. freshman... Big buddies... Yell leaders, etc. (mostly the latter)... They give the orders... He takes them... Let ' s talk it over... Price practices her ' " Dogpatch " prance — ah — dance. . . Grover ' s latest. . . Coming to lunch. Artillery ... And I says to her — . .. Bethany... ' Interesting ' lecture Roy (behind the goggles) and the ' Little Bus ' ... Stage enjoying ROTC. . . This page is dedicated exclusively to our favorite campus couples — so reading from left to right and top to bottom — here they are: ICoon and Jim... Helen and Witt... Ruth and Bob. . . Mary Elise and Babe. . . Lloyd and Lorraine. . . Basil and Henry. . . Gwineva and Bud... Tops and Bismark (Marjorie to you)... Reba and J. D.. . . Helen and Alice. . . Tmogene and Eli. . . Max and Sis. . . Bloodworth and Vivian. . . Joe and Patty... Maggie and Cotton... THANKS ADVERTISERS Read with particular care the material which is presented in the pages following, for it was only through the cooperation of the business firms whose advertisements appear here that this book was possible. The price of your subscription would never cover the cost of putting out such a volume — so we must turn to those real friends of the institution and its student body for their bit of goodwill. Too often a firm and its owners will say, " Sure, we ' re behind the College in all it undertakes " , but when the time comes for action, they refuse to accept their part of the burden. So to those of our business friends who did do something about it, may we show our appreciation by doing our bit for them. Remember thr names of the firms who advertise here and whenever possible during the summer and the coming year patronize their establishments. Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS • 1939 Page 177 Our Service The greatest service that is possible for a distributor is to sell merchandise of such quality as contains the maximum food value for the price invested. THORPE-McCAULEY-LOVE COMPANY Wholesale Only DEPARTMENT STORE We are members of a great organization of over 200 department stores; therefore our unlimited purchasing power assures you of that ideal com- bination of dependable service and dependable merchandise at lowest cost. MODERN SKILLFUL COURTEOUS See- James Ramsey, Campus Agent —OR— Phone 54 Page 178 1909 ♦ THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features Puryear Grocer Co. DISTRIBUTORS Silk and Blair ' s Grand Prize and Taste Certified Flour Good Food Products Mercantile Bank Assets over $1,500,000 MEMBER F. D. I. C. Jonesboro, Arkansas Barton Lumber Company Jonesboro, Arkansas " When You Fail to Consider Quality, You Buy Disappointment. " Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 179 1939 HEADLINES AND HIGHLIGHTS (From HERALD Files) SEPT. 22 — Campus teeming with new stud- ents and eight new faculty members, namely, Vernon Langston, Miss Ruth Col- lins, Dr. Donald Crosno, Haldane Strain, William Wyatt, Captain Francis J. Achatz, Dr. H. E. White, and Mrs. D. F. Pasmore. Senior assistants for the year are as fol- lows: Nunnally, Roberts, Bremer, Raymond, Murphy, Buford Keller, Ferrell, McGuire, Ashley, Hickox, and Showalter. Contracts are let out for a new four-story science building to be located just beyond the Armory. Joe Mason and Billy Stephens enter Annapolis and West Point respect- ively. Nudy Foster injured in car accident and will be in hospital some time. R. O. T. C. announces temporary appointments for the cadet staff. Two new columns ap- pear in the campus weekly — Atop the Knoll by Garrison and Frank Facts About Frivolous Frocks by Murphy. Seven Campus Days created by Wyatt is taken over by Swindle. Cheer leaders are selected — An- gelo (head leader), and Speck, Worsley, Yerger, and Ramsey. Alpha Tau Zeta gives first formal reception in honor of new students. SEPT. 29 — Mr. Kays announces that eleven new brick faculty homes will be built soon. Witt Wood is elected president of the Pistol Club. Delta Beta Chi gives its annual No-Date Dance; the football squad is in- troduced as one feature of the floor show. OCT. 6 — Campus carnival gets underway with numerous concessions of very des- cription. Barkers, sideshows, bingo, food, etc. and all that goes with such cele- bration. Annual Staff announced with Murphy as Editor and Hetherington as business manager. Patty Sanders wins women ' s swimming meet sponsored by the Women ' s Athletic Association. OCT. 13 — Mary Lee Haynes elected pres- ident of the Association of Childhood Ed- ucation. Pi Gamma Mu names its first group of new members for the year — Farrar Brewer, Grace Bulla, Gwendolyne Cox, Kenneth Keller, Kenneth Kirk, Mary Em- ma Hickox, Irene Johnson, Helen Nunnally, and Angus Rutledge. Indians defeat Un- iversity of Tennessee Junior College in football. The Junior Class names Paul All- bright, president; George Hill, vice-pres- ident; and Marzee Ann Rowan, secretary- treasurer. OCT. 20 — Homecoming Day plans are an- nounced. Local Officers Club begins pet- itioning national Scabbard and Blade. Social fraternities and sororities begin rush week with smokers and parties. Freshman team takes the intramural softball crown. OCT. 27 — Ten outstanding Arkansas State seniors are notified that their college ca- reer will appear in the 1939 edition of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Those honored are Aian Showalter, Clark Hetherington, Mtry Claire Murphy, Jua ' .nta Griffin, Mary Err ma Hickox, G. W Clements, Gwen- dolyne Cox, Gus Pay Ridiiu;s. J. L. Swindle, and Maggie Lew Hogue. Frats and sororities pledge. Alpha Sigma gives the first formal dance of the year. Ed Garrison is elected president of the Debating Club and Ev- elyn Cone Murphy president of the Art Club. State loses a thrilling 6 to Home- coming Day football game to Hendrix Col- lege. Jessie Yerger wins the girls ' intra- mural tennis championship. NOV. 10 — Richard Whitaker, president of the Board of Trustees of the College dies at his home in Knobel. C. R. Wilkey is named president of the Arkansas Vocation- al Education Association and James Hocker Mason president of the Council of English Teachers for the state. President Kays gives the football boys the annual banquet. The A Cappella Choir gives a program before the State Music Teachers Meeting in Little Rock. Plans for Dad ' s Day are be- ing formulated. NOV. 17 — Scabbard and Blade charter giv- en to local group, and chapter is installed by national officer. President Kays and H. Page 180 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features W. Hollard are honorary members and Hetherington is elected first Captain of the group. Alpha Tau Zetas give an interesting- backward dance. DEC. 1 — Will Mack of Jonesboro and Judge J. C. Johnson of West Memphis are an- nounced as new members of the Board of Trustees. Farrar and Ruth Hardin Brewer announce their marriage of several months ago. Indian cage squad leaves on annual Northern Trip. DEC. 8— James Ramsey makes high grades on examination for West Point. Le Cercle Francais sponsors an all French speaking moving picture, " Don Quixote " . State de- feats Millikin College on Trip. DEC. 15 Legislative members from North- east Arkansas are entertained at the Col- lege by President Kays. The full annual staff is named. The Ag Club gives its color- ful Christmas dance with all the trim- mings. Kappa Sigma Nu frat gives one of the most elaborate formals of the year. The basketball ga me with Helen Stephens All- American girls ' team is cancelled. JAN. 5 — Second semester registration be- gins with a bang. Crawford Noble talks in chapel and shows his pictures made recent- ly in Europe. Weddings of Dorothy Mat- thews-Floyd Bridger, Phyllis Williams-Dan Stringer, Ann Barlow-Ernest Graham are announced. Kappa Sigs have New Year ' s Eve annual banquet. JAN. 19 — State basketeers beat Harding. Grant will come here to succeed Faught. Grace Bulla to be part-time instructor in Business Administration. Lon Griffin wed; so is Lucie Mai Weaver (Homecoming- Queen two years ago). Joe Woods and Don- ald Keller elected co-captains of the 1940 football team. JAN. 26 — R. O. T. C. appointments made with Hetherington as Colonel; McGuire, Lt. Colonel; Raymond, Captain and Adjutant; Ridings and Sifford, Majors and Com- manding Officers of the first and second battalions respectively. FEB. 2 — Play Production Class presents ' After Wimpole Street " starring Jessie Yerger and Tommy Thompson who give splendid performances. Zeta Tau Zeta cel- ebrate anniversary with big dance. They honor Billie Masner of Monette who is fraternity " Dream Girl. " FEB. 9 — Debate Team makes debut at Harding in Searcy with Garrison, Brickell, Pleitz, and McCulloch on the varsity. First semester honor roll is announced with Farrar Brewer, Irene Johnson, Kenneth Keller, Norman Pierce, Harold Ridings, and Camilla Sharp with all " A " records. FEB. 16 — Basketball team beats strong Ark- ansas College squad. Delta Beta Chi soror- ity celebrates its Founder ' s Day with big- banquet and dance. FEB. 23 — In the third of a series of games after each team had won one game, State beat West Tennessee Teachers at Osceola before big crowds from each school and Northeast Arkansas. Helen Nunnally is R. O. T. C. Regimental Queen with Lorraine Secoy and Gladys Fisher as battali on spon- sors, and Billie Masner, Kathleen Phelps, Basil Hall, Lefty Lee Meurer, Jessie Yerger, Gwineva Cupp, as battery sponsors. A class in the Training School publishes a com- plete newspaper in French as a project. Dr. Carlyon, professor at Southern Meth- odist University, speaks in chapel and at the Y meetings. The Ag Club has its first annual banquet. Barnhart girls have open house for faculty and student body. MAR. 2 — Newly formed Historical Society adopts its constitution. Ramsey is named first alternate for entrance to Naval Acad- emy. Dr. Robert McMurry, Executive Sec- retary of the Psychology Association of Chicago, speaks in chapel. Alpha Tau Zeta celebrates its anniversary with a banquet and ball. The first inter-fraternity dance is given. Juanita Langford and Lieutenant John Breckenridge wed, as are Gladys Carter and Atherton Hiett. The NYA Com- ets are nosed out in the finals of a state basketball tournament. MAR. 9 — Major-General Percy Bishop in- spects local ROTC regiment. Freshmen e- lect McEwen, president; Brokaw, vice- president; Mock, secretary; McCoy, treas- urer; and Mary Griffin, reporter, as lead- ers for the rest of the year. Dorse Keller is captain of the 1940 basketball squad, and Henry Metzler is sub-captain. Under the sponsorship of the Y. M. and Y. W. Sunday Schol is held on the campus for the first time in several years. Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 181 ' iitiiHfiiiiiiHHmiMiiHHmiHiiiiiiMiiiniiiiMtminiiiMiiiiiii IMIIMIIIIMIIIIIIMiniMIIIIIMItllMIMIIMIIIIlllllllllMMIIMIMMIMIIIIIHIMIIMIIMinilllllllllllllllll Mil II Ill II £V£Mr NG PERTAINING TO BUILDING. JONESBORO.ARK. 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Pi Omega Pi is inducted by national org- anizer from Stillwater, Okla. Swindle get? story published by Gazette. Plans get un- derway for Journalism Day and President ' s Meeting. Dorse Keller goes to banquet at Batesville along with the other outstanding basketball players of the past season as the guest of Arkansas College. MAR. 30 — Air school is sought for Arkansas State under the Civil Aeronautics Author- ity. A Cappella Choir in new robes makes tour of Northeast Arkansas. Dr. Frank N. Woodruff, brilliant head of the Department of Business Administration passes away at his home on the campus. ROTC regiment opens military week with exhibit. Winfred Wyatt and Evelyn Smith, Kenneth Camp and Regina Frazell, Dixie Mack and W. R. Ray are wed. Intra-squad game which cli- maxes spring football practice ends in scoreless tie. APRIL 6 — Commencement plans are begun. Debaters leave for their Northern trip. Dr. John Quincy Adams of the University of Missouri faculty speaks at the annual spring Pi Gamma Mu banquet on his trav- els ' in Canada. Vivian Maddox is elected president of the Historical Society. Masner, Secoy, Jeffries, Nunnally, Smith, and Hout are selected as beauties for the 1939 Indian. " Dub " Fisher wins high jump, second in broad jump, and third in vault in meet with Southewstern University. APRIL 13 — Dr. Homer Huitt speaks to the Southwestern Social Science meeting in Dallas. Delta Omega Sigma entertains with its third spring formal. Social frats take in pledges. Basketball lettermen are an- nounced. APRIL 20 — Mrs. H. E. Eldridge gets an art- icle published in the national magazine Social Science. Dean of Men Hollard at- tends Deans convention in Roanoke, Vir- ginia. Representative of the C. A. A. checks air field here. Dr. H. E White is speaker at the annual spring International Relations Club banquet District high school contests on campus. APRIL 29 — Biggest Journalism Day under- way. Edward Trapnell of the Memphis Press-Scimitar speaks at banquet. States- men play for tea dance, and campus cel- ebrities are introduced to visitors. A Cap- pella Choir broadcasts over Memphis radio station WREC. Kappa Sigs have spring banquet and dance for the frat only. Dor- othy Conn and John Hardy Brown are wed at Harrisburg. Play night for teachers in this section is held in Armory. MAY 4 — Adley Caldwell, ROTC honor orad- uate receives commission in regular army. Francis Raymond gets one year in army under the Thomson Act. Training School Junior Class gives play, " The Tin Hero. " Juniors entertain Seniors with annual Prom at Commons Building. Barre Hill, noted concert baritone, sings on student activity card. ROTC gives Honor Parade for seniors. Zeta Tau Zeta has its first an- nual alumni banquet and dates are pre- sented with attractive mother-of-pearl and gold lockets. Alpha Sigma gives seated tea for senior girls with faculty women as guests. MAY 15 — The Senior Edition and the Pay- off! Frank Webster Farley of Kansas City. Mo. is Commencement speaker and Rev. Jo- seph Sibley of Lindsay Memorial Presby- terian Church of Memphis gives Baccalaur- eate sermon. ROTC year ' s awards as fol- lows : Gus Ray Ridings, D. A. R. saber for Outstanding Field Officer; Grover Ashley, Military Department saber for Outstanding Battery Commander; Kelly Thomson, Northeast Arkansas Officers ' Reserve Corps ' saber for Outstanding Lieutenant; Ira Gray, Field Officers ' Association medal for Outstanding Sophomore; Dan McGuire, American Legion Auxiliary medal for Out- standing Freshman. Battery B is annuonc- ed as tne Honor Battery. " As You Like It " given during Commencement Week as second performance of the Play Production Class; it is made extremely interesting by unusual scenery and fine acting. President and Mrs. Kays ' reception for the seniors at the Commons Building. Annual Junior- Senior Swingout is held in Armory due to inclement weather. Honors Day program Friday with the following awards given: (Continued on Page 187) Features 1909 » THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 183 When you want flowers for any occasion Corsages Bouquets Cut Flowers Plants — CALL— P. L. Graves, Florist Phone 77 1100 W. Monroe Ave. City Water and Light Plant Municipally Owned and Operated Jonesboro, Arkansas Wholesale Fruits and Produce D. Canale Co. The House of 100 Fruits Jonesboro, Arkansas Features 1909 • THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 185 (Continued from Page 183) Wilson Citizenship award — Clark Hether- ington and Mary Claire Murphy; Pi Gam- ma Mu Woodruff award — Ernest Sehroed- er; Delta Beta Chi sorority chapel program award — The Dance Orchestra; Zeta Tau Zeta, Best Journalist — J. L. Swindle, and Best Athlete — Ivan Busby; Alpha Sigma award for outstanding music student — Lloyd Hancock; Delta Omega Sigma intra- mural trophy to David Griffin: Women ' s Athletic Association cup to Juanita Cald- well, and four-year awards to Camille Bel- ford and Mary Claire Murphy; Pi Omega Pi awards for accounting — Louie Rodgers, Shorthand— Jewel Hannah, and Typing- Vivian Maddox and Bernice Sanders. Stud- ents of distinction: SENIORS — Nunnally, Griffin, Gus Ridings. JUNIORS— Clark Baker, Johnson, Hill, Harold Ridings. White. SOPHOMORES— Abbott, E, Murphy. Pitts, Patty Sanders, Marian Smith. FRESHMEN — M. Booker, Burk, Chandler, Hannah, Lile, Meurer, and Trim. Cynthia Crum and Goffrey Pugh are wed. Journ- alism classes take trip to Memphis to visit Press-Scimitar and Commercial Appeal. David Griffin hitch-hikes down to Russell- ville and wins state tennis singles champ- ionship . Delta Omega Sigma wins all-cam- pus softball tournament by defeating the Kappas in the final game. Irene Johnson gets scholarship to spend summer with oth- er YWCA delegates in Estes Park, Col. FLASH! Miscellaneous presidents of the various campus organizations for 1939- 40 are as follows: Scabbard and Blade, James Ramsey; " A " Club, Henry Metzler; Ag Club, George Hill; Debating Club. Nor- vell Brickell; Historical Society, G. C. Driver; Home Economics Club, Marzee Ann Rowan; International Relations Club and Pi Gamma Mu, Farrar Brewer; French Club and YWCA, Irene Johnson; Pi Omega Pi, Mary Ellen White; Pre-Med Club, Ben Sanders; WAA, Patty Sanders; YMCA, Ray Burrows. Class Officers: Senior, Edwin Garrison; Junior, Homer Branan; Sopho- more, Louie Collier. Fraternities and soror- ities: Alpha Sigma, Imogene Baker; Alpha Tau Zeta, Mary Ellen White; Delta Beta Chi, Kathryn Bittinger; Delta Omega Sig- ma, James Ramsey; Kappa Sigma Nu, Caleb Davis; and Zeta Tau Zeta, Kelly Thomson. Sorority Sue says— A fool and his mon- ey are some party. i Mary had a little lamb — Which is unconventional to say the least. " Boy, oh boy! That was some blond with you last night. Where did you get her? " " Dunno. I just opened my billfold and there she was. " m Tragedy Ben be nimble Ben be quick Ben fall over the candlestick Ben burnie i 41 A rolling stone gathers no moss, But it gets damn smooth. ' William: " How did you break your leg? " Bill: " I threw my cigarette in a man hole and stepped on it. " I tt ' 4 People who carry glass bottles should- n ' t sit on stone benches. Hickory, dickory, dock, The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one, The mouse went out to lunch. 1. When you just saw this You probably thought It was a poem. 2. By this time you have Surely found out That it isn ' t. 3. Isn ' t it funny how People will keep Right on reading when They know darn well They ' re being fooled Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 187 Bank of Nettleton a ■ MEMBER F. D. t. C. 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The monk was speaking. " And I crept up the back stairs and what do you think! There was St. August- ine and St. Henry shooting dice. " And that, my children, is how that started. The deen he stuck his finger out at me and sed in fashun quite devout your ' flunking bad I see and then he shook his index digit underneath my nose and sed that he wus hurt and shocked at whut my grades disclose and then he sed with wrinkled frown my lad look here you must bear down and so i gathered up my pluck and sed i can ' t i ain ' t no duck. Heard on the Beach " Of course I still love you, honey, but after all, sunburn is sunburn. " Voice over phone: " Is this Miss Mary E. Smith? " ' Nother voice: " No — I ' m Gladys L. " First voice again: " I don ' t care how glad you are; let me speak t o Mary. " i Garrison: The boy friend who, when kissing his sweetheart, murmurs that he must be the second happiest person in the world. Toast overheard at a fraternity ban- quet: " Here ' s to the land we love and vice- versa. " i Did you ever stop to think what might have happened to American history if the British soldiers at Bunker Hill had had bloodshot eyes? The cow stood on the railroad track, The train was coming fast; However, we are happy to announce that She got off in time to avert the catastrophe. No, Willie, a neckerchief isn ' t the head of a sorority. The flapper co-ed went up to the young professor and said, " Profy, dear, what are my marks ' ? " He put his arm around her and whisp- ered sweet nothings in her ear. " Where ' s your father ,Miss? " asked the gray-eyed officer kindly. " He ' s in hiding, sir, " returned the tan- ner ' s daughter tartly. Never kiss a country belle. One just tolled on me. She laughed when I sat down to play. How did I know she was ticklish. « " How do you find yourself these cold mornings? " " Oh, throw back the covers, and there I am. " She was only a fireman ' s daughter, but she was nobody ' s fuel. : ON THE SPOT D|. Plunkett: It ' s a funny thing to me, but the students who have come all the way from town are always on time; but you domitory students are forever being late to class. " McKnight: ' ' There ' s nothing funny about that. If they ' re late, they can hurry a little; but if we ' re late we ' re here. 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" Schwartz: " How ' s the team coming? " Speck: " Like counterfeit money — the halv- es are full of lead and the quarters can ' t pass. Following is one of our favorite pointless jokes. It has been much circulated this year; so perhaps you might like a souvenir copy. Once there was a brave, fierce lion who lived in a jungle. One day he walked up to a big tiger and said, very bravely and fiercely: " Gr-r-r! Why aren ' t you big and strong like I am? " The tiger was scared to death. It just turned and slunk off into the jungle. Next the lion saw the huge giraffe and said, very bravely and fiercely: " Gr-r-r! Why aren ' t you big and strong like I am? " The giraffe was so terrified, that he too, fled into the jungle. Then the lion said to an enormous elephant, very bravely and fiercely: " Gr-r-r! Why aren ' t you big and strong like I am? " The elephant just turned pale and tip- toed away! Next the lion came to a little, tiny baby monkey and said, very bravely and fiercely: " Gr-r-! Why aren ' t you big and strong like I am? " The little monkey rolled its big brown eyes and said shyly, " I ' ve been sick. " This story appears through the courtesy of a certain student who is quite active in the Military Department. Perhaps in- sistence would have been a better word than courtesy. Anyhow, here ' s the story- ll appears that there was a young medi- cal student who was very much in love. So much so, in fact, that he had neglected his surgical work in order to be with the girl. On the day of the big dance to be given by his fraternity, to which he had managed to get a date with the girl, his surgery professor called him and said, " A negro was killed in an accident today, and we have his head here in the labora- tory. If you ' ll come down and dissect it tonight, you can probably pass the surgery course. " The student said that he would try to make it. Then he called the girl and told her what had happened, and that he would be forced by circumstances to break his date with her. " That will be all right, " she said. " Bob will be glad to take me to the dance. " Now, Bob was our hero ' s biggest compe- tition; so he said, " No, I ' ll see if I can ' t get out of this work tonight. I ' ll call the professor and then call you. " So he phoned the professor again, and explained all the circumstances to him. But the man was adamant. He said, " This is absolutely your last chance. If you don ' t come and dissect this head to- night, you will flunk out. " The poor boy didn ' t know what to do. He called the femme and explained what the professor had s aid. He couldn ' t decide whether to go to the laboratory and dis- sect the head, or to have his date as planned and Hunk the course. The girl listened patiently for about thirty minutes; then she said cooly, " Why don ' t you flip a coin? 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Allbright, Paul, 52, 105, 123, 126, 128, 143. Allen, Juanita, 90. Andersen, Holger W., 24, 113. Angelo, Frank, 33, 95, 97, 115. 139, 154. Armstrong, Charles S., 68, 125, 141, 167. Armstrong, W. V., 33. Arnold, James Walter, 90, 126. Arnold, John R., 90. Ashley, Grover C. Jr., 33, 92, 107, 1C9, 125, 128, 167, 175. Autrey, Billy, 86. Autrey, Doris, 86. Autrey, Minnie Ruth, 86. Avery, Harold, 68. Aycock, Bill, 60, 127, 167. — B — Bailey, Beanard, 82. Bailey, Carl, 20. Bailey, Lorene, 52, 133. Baker, Bobby, 68. Baker, Clark, 52. Baker, Dorothy, 68. Baker, Imogene, 52, 92, 96, 100, 103, 110, 111, 132, 133. Baker, Winifred, 60. Balch, Mary Lee, 68, 99. Baldwin, W. T., 33, 95, 139, 159, 160, 169. Ballew, Elizabeth, 90. Banks, W. L, 20. Barham, Clyde, 90, 126. Barner, Henry, 68. Barnes, J. Lavaughn, 52, 123, 125. Barnett, Christine, 90, 164. Barnhill, Bruce, 68, 100, 112, 126, 129, 162. 167. Barrett, Joe, 134. Barrett, Mrs. Joe, 134. Barrett, Mary Eunice, 81, 86. Barrett, Sarah, 82. Barton, F ' rances, 81, 84. Barwick, Pernell, 52, 110. Bates, Paul Dean, 68. Beard, James L., 34, 125, 128. Belford, Camille, 32, 92, 117, 119, 134, 135. 164. Benbrook, Adrel, 68. Bennett, William, 60, 100, 103, 112, 127. Bentley, N. A. Jr., 68, 126, 174. Berkshire, Mildred, 68, 133. Berry, Almeda, 52, 114, 117, 119, 164. Bingham, Doris, 52. Bishop, Nelle Anderson, 69, 98, 108, 110, 135. Bittinger, Kathryn, 52, 111, 137. Blackwood, Samuel, 85, 89. Blaine, Farrell, 105. Blevins, Mouzon, 101. Block. Maurice, 20. Bloodworth, Howard, 53, 102, 103, 110, 115, 176. Bollinger, Freda, 60, 136, 137. Booker, George, 69, 126, 139, 167. Booker, Martha Jean, 69, 96, 100, 133. Booker, Mary June, 53, 103, 107, 108, 109. 110, 134, 135. Booth, Boyd, 69, 167 Booth, Buford, 69, 167. Borsch, Jane. 34. Bowden, Pauline, 84. Bowdon, Foster , Jr., 60, 127. Bowen, Katherine, 90. Bowers, Dorothy, 34, 98, 117, 119. Box, Harvey, 60, 105 118, 127, 143. Boy, Atharita, 86. Braden, Loyce, 34, 98, 119, 164. Braden, Zephia W., 50. Bradford, Addison M., Jr., 35, 106, 110, 112. 115, 123, 128, 142, 143. Branan, Homer, 60, 95, 126, 158, 159, 161, 167. Bremer, Alma, 53, 110, 111, 113, 119. Brewer, Farrar, 53, 102, 106, 107, 109, 110. 113, 116. Brewer, Ruth Hardin, 53, 98, 108, 109, 116. Brickell, Norvell, 69, 102. Bridger, Floyd, 90. Bridger, James C, 82. Bridges, James, 140. Brokaw, Billy, 68, 107, 109, 116, 127. Brooks, Coy, 69, 97, 126. Brown, Gene, 69, 100, 108, 117, 119, 133, 164, 173. Brown Harry, 84, 89. Features 1909 • THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 199 Brown, Helen, 69, 100. Brown, Hewlette R., 81, 82. Brown, Mary Elise, 69, 96, 100, 137. Brown, Mrs. Mary Rogers, 16, 23, 24, 94, 108, 113. Brown, Wiley H., 69 Browne, Vannah Claire, 82. Browner, Marie, 69, 99, 103, 119, 164. Browning, Cynthia, 69, 39. Brownlee, LeRoy, 69, 97, 100, 118, 125, 163. Brummett, Joe, 60, 105, 125, 129, 167. Bruner, William Glenn, 60. Bryant, Mary Jane, 69, 99, 164. Buchanan, Addie, 69, 100. Buck. Oleda, 90. Buhrmester, Elmer, 84, 89. Buhrmester, Frederick, 86, 39. Buhrmester, Wilma, 82, 88. Bulla, Edith, G9, 99. Bulla, Grace. 28, 35, 113, 114. Bullard, Bernice, 114. Bundy, Earl L., 53, 9 " , 112, 115, 141, 158. Eurdyshaw, Hazel, 35, 88. Euidyshaw, Mildred, 85, 88. Burgess, Mary Elizabeth, 90. Burk, Emmett, Jr., 90, 95, 126, 156, 159, 160. Eurkett, Billy John, 35, 139. Burnett, Hersehel, 90, 125. Eurrow, Elwanda, 77, 93. Eurrow, William Ray, 53, 102, 118. Eurrows, George, 70, 92, 111, 112, 125. Bus by, Ivan S., 35, 95, 97, 138, 139, 156, 157, 159. Byars, Jimmie, 85. — C— Caldwell, Adley H., 36, 126, 128, 129, 143. Caldwell, Bernice, 53, 99. Caldwell, Juanita, 60, 98, 117, 164. Caldwell, Tancil, 53, 95, 97, 115, 126, 156, 167. Camp, Kenneth, 53, 106, 139. Campbell, Maj. Boniface, 122. Campbell, J. J., 122. Campbell, Nola, 60, 164. Campbell, P., 122. Caraway, Hattie W., 134. Carmack, Opal, 70, 98. Carnation, Charles, 70, 127. Carpenter, Deltha Fleta, 70, 117, 164. Carpenter, Joseph Ford, 36. Carpenter, Nathan, 60. Carroll, Mary Louise, 82. Cash, J. A., 85. Casiday, Jake, 70, 96 97, 100, 112, 118. Casiday, Ople, 70, 99, 164. Castleberry, Jack, 86. Castleberry, Roy, 90. Cathcart, Robert, 60, 126. Cato, Lennie Sue, 60, 164. Chambers, Herbert, 70, 162. Chambers, Lloyd, 96. Chambers, Paul, 138. Chance, LeRoy, 70, 127. Chandler, Jane, 70, 133. Cheshier, Ralph, 85. Chisum, James, 70, 125. Chitwood, Roscoe, 60, 97, 105, 110, 118, 125, 162. Christ, Fred, 86. Clardy, Ray, 70, 126. Clark, Charles, 70, 127, 141, 167. Clark, Denver, 81, 86. Clark, Hershel, 70. Clark, Myrtle Mae, 60, 114. Clayton, Loreno Holland, 132. Clements, G. W., 32, 92, 95, 140, 141, 159, 169 Cloyes, Ella, 61, 117, 119, 135. Cobb, Genor, 84. Cobb, Morrell, 70, 162, 167. Coffman, Julia Van, 70, 98, 133. Cole, Mary Agnes, 90, 98. Coleman, John N., 90. Coleman, Waldo, 84. Collier, Louie, 70, 109, 112, 115, 118, 125, 139. 167. Collins, Mary Mae, 53, 90, 98, 110, 114, 117. Collins, Ruth, 24, 136. Conder, Martin, 70, 100, 112, 115, 118, 126, 162. Cook, Thelma, 70, 98, 117. Cooper, Gordon, 83. Cooper, Lancer, 83, 100. Cooper, Lestle, 71. Corkill, Mrs. William E. 134. 128, 134. Corkill, Mrs .William E., 134. Couch, Ruby, 71. Counts, Rupert, 90. Cox, Edward, 154. Cox, Gwendolyne, 36, 92, 96, 100, 108, 110, 113, 117, 119, 136, 137. Cozart, Carl, 90. Craig, Gus, Jr., 61, 125, 142, 143. Crane, Preston, 53, 127. Page 200 1909 » THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features Crisco, Billy, 71, 126. Crockett, Jimmy, 61, 96, 100, 125, 141. Crosno, Charles Donald, 24, 105, 136. Crosno, Mrs. C. D., 136. Crouch, Bernice, 36, 98, 119. Cunningham, Francis, 61, 127. Cupp, Gwineva, 54, 117, 130, 134, 135, 164. Cureton, Billy, 61, 97, 126, 139. — D— Dale, Jack, 71, 125. Dalton, Lewis Mack, 71. Daugherty, Sarah June, 71, 117, 119, 135, 164. Davenport, Marjorie, 71, 98, 99. Davis, Mrs. Blanche, 61. Davis, Caleb Jr., 54, 123, 125, 128, 140, 141, 174. Davis, Carroll, 61. Davis, Clifton, 90, 125. Davis, Elmer, 86. Davis, Guy, 29. Davis, James M., 90. Davis, James Wendell, 24, 94, 95, 155, 159, ;70, 172. Davis, Mary, 71, 100, 164. Davis, Pearle, 20. Davis, Phil, 61. Davis, Ralph, 54. DeLoach, W. F, 138. Dent, Corine Bond, 37. DeShazo, James. 142. Detrick, Esther, 133. Detrick, Hal Altman, 83. Diggs, Ralph, 71, 95, 125, 159, 161, 167. Disney, Walter, 14. Dobbs, J. C, 71, 167. Dodson, Marcella Jane, 61, 108, 111, 137. Donaghey, George, 5. Driver, G. C. Jr. 54, 95, 107, 123, 127, 142, 143. Dudley, Remmel H., 54, 93, 94, 103, 104, 109, 115, 123, 125. Duncan, Marion, 61, 127. • — E— Edwards, Martha, 54, 99, 100. Elder, Frank R., 54, 101, 123, 127, 128, 138, 139. Eldridge Boyd, 61, 125. Eldridge, Harry E., 22, 24, 136. Eldridge, Mrs. Harry E., 24, 82, 136. Ellis, Dean B., 24, 142. Ellis, Richard, 71, 125, 167. Ellison, J. C, 71. Elmore, George Edward, 85. English, Jimmie, 54, 93, 106, 123, 126, 128, 141. Essary, Johnye Lee, 37, 114. — F — Faught, Bethany, 85, 175. Felley, Donald L., 61, 110, 123, 143. Ferguson, Worley, 71, 97, 112, 126, 167. Ferrell, Robert, 37. Files, Wanda, 85. Finch, Billy, 81, 86. Finch, Elizabeth, 61, 98, 108, 110, 135. Finch, Margaret, 61, 98, 108, 110, 135. Fiscus, Jack, 71, 95, 127, 159, 161, 167. Fish, Douglas 90. Fisher, Gladys, 54, 93, 108, 109, 110, 119, 130. 136, 137. Fisher, J. C, 71, 95 159, 161, 162, 163, 167, 169. Forbess, Bonnie, 54. Forbess, Garland, 61. Ford, Mildred, 83, 88. Fore, Emma Rose, 71. Forgey, Jimmy, 81, 85. Forrest, Cloyce, 71. Fortenberry, J. D. Jr., 61, 127, 141. Fortinberry, Betty Sue, 134. Fortinberry, Noralyn, 71, 100, 133. Fortune, Maxine, 72, 137. Foster, Genevieve, 37, 137. Fowler, Hubert, 61, 105, 125, 143. Fowler, Jeane, 61, 108, 117, 119, 135. Frazier, Max E., 72, 104, 125, 129, 141, 167. Freeman, Elwood, 54. French, Gordon, 72, 125, 158. French, Guy, 25, 136, 142. French, Mrs. Guy, 136. Frost, M. G., 122. Futrell, Eunice, 85. — G— Gafke, Mrs. Adelaide, 23, 114, 132. Gaines, E. L., 122. Gaither, Evelyn, 114. Garrett, Fannie Mary, 38, 135. Garrison, Edwin H., 54, 96, 102, 106, 123, 125, 128, 138, 139, 162. Gentry, Gerald, 83, 89. Gibbins, Oleta, 62, 98, 117, 164. Gibbons, Jack, 38, 143. Gibson, Pauline, 85, 88. Gill, Kathryn, 62, 119, 133, 152. Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS ♦ 1939 Page 201 Gill, Robin, 72. Gilmore, Emmitt, 167. Glover, George B. Jr., 38, 95, 127, 139. Goad, Armon, 90, 167. Graham, Cracker, 90, 125. Graham, Ellsworth W., 38, 126. Graham, Randolph, 72, 126. Grant, G. B., 16, 25, 172. Gray, Ira, 55, 105, 109, 123, 127, 128, 143. Green, Mrs. Estelle Srum, 39. Green, William Bruce, 55, 95, 157, 167. Gregory, George, 84. Griffin, Allene, 62. Griffin, David, 72, 95, 112, 126, 139, 159, 160, 162, 167. Griffin, Juanita, 39, 92, 94, 113, 136, 137. Griffin, Mary, 68, 110, 117, 119, 137, 164. Griffin, Ruth, 84, 88. Grimes, Ruby, 72, 96, 100. Gustafson, Carl O., 72, 107, 109, 118. — H — Haag, Kate, 85. Hague, Jackie, 81, 85. Hale, Betty, 84. Hall, Basil, 62, 130, 132, 133. Hall, Norma L., 62, 99. Hall, Norman, 72, 112, 125, 141. Hall, Winfred, 72. Hancock, Lloyd, 39, 101, 115, 127, 128, 138, 139. Hanify, Floride, 62, 104, 132, 133, 164. Hannah, Jewel, 72 104. Hargett Maxwell, 90, 105, 126. Harper, Billy, 85, 89. Harper, Chris, 72, 116, 163. Harral, Irene, 55, 108, 113, 116 119, 164. Harris, Carl D., 72, 97, 112, 127, 139. Harris, Frances, 39, 93, 100, 104, 108, 135. Harrison, Ruth, 40, 119, 137. Hartsfield, Alma, 72, 99. Hartwig, Edith, 72. Hatch, Dail, 55. Haynes, James Ray, 62, 127, 141. Haynes, Mary Lee, 55, 98, 102, 117, 119, 132, 133, 164. Haynes, Patsy, 114. Hays, Hadley, 40. Heath, Eddie, 138. Heck, Clifford Von, 62, 102, 103, 105, 126, 162, 163, 169. Henderson, Clay H., 55, 92, 93. Henderson, J. Frances, 114. Hendricks, Philip, 62, 105, 167. Hendrickson, James, 90, 127. Henrickson, William, 40, 93, 116. Hetherington, Clark, 3, 40, 93, 94, 123, 128, 129, 140, 141. Hetherington, Earl S., 28. Heuver, Eleanor M., 25, 113, 134. Hibdon, Mrs. Carl, 41. Hibdon, Mrs. Glenda P., 62. Hickox, Mary Emma, 41, 92, 96, 100, 106, 113, 132, 133. Hill, George, 52, 97, 103, 112, 167. Hinson, Willadeen, 84, 88. Hitchcock, John, 55. Hodges, Olive, 62, 98. Hoffman, Edward H., 55, 95, 139, 156, 159, 161. Hoffman, Paul, 72, 125, 139, 167. Hogue, Flo Edna, 72, 108, 116. Hogue, Maggie, Lew, 41, 92, 114, 119, 136, 137, 152. Holbrook, Katherine, 90. Hollan, Mary Elizabeth, 136. Hollard, Henry W., 16, 23, 25, 93, 94, 97, 128, 134, 141. Hollard Mrs. Henry W., 25, 113, 114, 134. Hollinger, John, 72, 105, 126. Horn, Alice, 134. Horn, Oreida, 73, 108, 117, 119, 135. Horn, Roy, 73, 125, 163. Houston, Gene, 73, 125, 143. Hout, Mildred, 62, 146. Howard, Alva, 73, 99. Howell, Mrs. Bessie, 25, 98. Huber, Robert Franklin, 73, 105, 126. Huddleston, Pauline, 73. Hudson, Gar land, 83. Hughes, Joe G., 55, 106, 123, 126, 139. Hughey, Robert H., 41, 101, 127, 128. Huitt, Edward C, 62, 114, 125. Huitt, Homer Carroll, 25, 94, 107, 109, 113. Hulen, William T., 73, 126. Hutchison, Oal Lee, 73. Hutchison, Tommy, 62, 125. Hyatt, James E. Jr., 42, 93, 95, 100, 106, 118, 141. Hynson, Elmore, 73, 105, 118, 125. — I— Ingram, Jewell, 62. Isenhower, Vera, 73, 99. Ivy, Victor, 90. Izard, Sedley E., 62, 96, 100. Page 202 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features — J — Jackson, Joan, 85. Jackson, Juanita, 73, 98, 108, 110, 135. James, Wade, 62. Jamison, Hugh, 73, 125, 167. Jarett, Leslie, 73, 125. Jarman, Whitley, 62, 136, 137. Jeffries, Franchelle, 63, 137, 147, 152. Jenkins, Elzie C, 42. Jernigan, Glenda, 63, 96, 100, 135. Jimerson, Muffet, 90. Jinks, Jimmy, 90, 104, 127. Johnson, Bert, 42. Johnson, Irene, 55, 93, 94, 103, 108, 110, 113, 119, 134, 135. Johnson, J. C, 20. Johnson, Loyd, 63. Johnson, Melba J., 85. Johnston, Gerald, 90. Johnston, Hazel, 73, 111, 117, 119, 133, 164. Johnston, Lela, 73, 99, 117, 164. Johnston, Vivian Maxine, 73, 99, 100. Jones, Bill, 73, 126, 141, 159, 161, 167, 173. Jones, Mrs. Grace, 99. Jones, Homer, 90. Jones, Laura, 90, 96, 100, 135. Jordon, Jay, 55, 106, 110, 123, 125, 128. Jowers, Billy, 63, 100, 167. — K— Kays, V. C, 18, 19, 128. Kays, Victor H., 42, 107, 141. Keller, Buford, 43, 97, 115, 158. Keller, Donald, 55, 95, 141, 156, 159, 160. Keller, Dorse, 56, 95, 140, 141, 159, 160. Keller, Fred Raymond, 73. Keller, Kenneth, 43, 97, 113. Kellett, Orville, 140, 142. Kendall, Paul, 56. Kiech, Maurice, 81, 84. Kincaid, R. L, 86. Kincannon, Marjorie, 114. King, Janice, 63, 119, 135. Kinney, Lincoln, 74, 126. Kinney, Onieta, 63, 135. Kirk, Christola, 74, 119. Kirk, Kenneth, 43, 107, 109, 113, 118, 159, 162. Knight, Clyde, 134. Knight, Mrs. Clyde, 134. Knowlton, Bruce, Jr., 74, 126. Kopp, William R., 74, 126. Korspeter, Betty Jo, 82, 83. Lacefield, Mary Frances, 99. Lacey, Billy, 81, 85. Lam, Estie, 74, 88, 117, 164. Lam, Hester, 74, 125, 158. Lamb, Robert Mitchell, 90, 125. Lamb, Viva, 164. Lansdale, Morris, 84. Lane. Eleanor, 136. Lane, Katherine, 56. Langston, Vernon C, 25, 136. Latimer, Paul, 74, 126, 167. Lauderdale, David, 63, 93, 126. Lauderdale, Edwin, 84. Lauderdale, James, 74, 95, 125, 139, 157. Lawson, Douglas, 74, 125. Ledbetter, Betsy, 56, 133. Lee, Earl, 74. Lewis, George E., 63, 93, 127, 143, 167. Lewis, Capt. John L., 25, 122 128, 134. Lewis, Mrs. John L., 134. Lewis, Sam Jack, 90, 167. Light, Charles, 138. Lile, Sunshine, 74, 133. Linderman, Laura, 74, 99. Lindsey, Taylor, 28, 141. Lines, Dorothy Lea, 132. Linton, Fred, 56. Little, Darwin, 43, 109. Little, Woodrow, 74. Livengood, Bernice, 25, 113, 119, 174. Locke, Bonnie Sue, 63. Lockhart, Seymour, 90, 96, 101, 127. Loftis, John R., 74, 116, 140, 141. — Mc— McAlexander, Helen, 74, 99, 164. McBride, Ruth, 74, 117, 119, 135, 164. McCandless, Leland, 140. McCarroll, Ben F., 74. McCarroll, Billy, 90, 105, 127. McCoy, Ulysses, 68, 112, 127, 139. McCrary, Virginia, 74, 100, 103, 108. McCulloch, P. D., 75, 102, 125. McEwen, Billy Bert, 84. McEwen, Homer Gene, 68, 93, 126, 140, 141, 167, McGaughey, Catheryn, 81, 83. McGlasson, Marsella, 114. McGuire, Dan, 90, 125. McGuire, Joseph, 44, 95, 110, 123, 123, 140, 141, 157, 158. McHaney, Marilyn 75, 100. Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 203 Mcllroy, Marie, 75, 99. McKenzie, Jim, 44. McKimm, Harry, 90. McKnight, Robert, 56, 96, 100, 112. McLean, Daniel C, 56, 107. McLester, Farel, 75, 126. McMeans, Clyde E., 16, 26, 96, 100, 133. McNew, John, 90. — M — Mack, Clifton, 44, 95, 140, 141, 156, 157. Mack, Dixie, 63. Mack, Herbert, 63, 127, 143. Maddox, Marion, 75. Maddox, Vivian, 44, 93, 107, 110, 134, 135. Magers, Lila, 90. Mann, Vella B., 75, 98, 119. Marcum, Weldon, 84, 89. Marino, F. F., 122. Masdon, Earl, 63, 105. Mase, Luke, 90, 157. Masner, Billie, 75, 130, 142, 148. Mason, Betty, 75, 108, 117, 137, 164. Mason, James Hocker, 26, 84, 87, 113. Mason, Mrs. James Hocker, 26, 88, 117, 132, 155, 170. Mattix, Constance, 56, 108, 135. Mattix, W. Roy, 75, 118, 163. Mays, Morris, 75, 126. Mays, W. C, 75, 97, 115, 127, 139. Mays, Wilson, 75, 126. Meacham, Harris, 56, 97, 118. Melton, Paul, 63, 127. Metzler, Henry F., Jr., 16, 63, 95, 141, 157, 159, 161. Midkiff, Thomas Woodrow, 64, 127, 141. Miller, Thomas, 75, 105, 118. Miller, Mrs. W. Warren, 45. Mitchell, L. G., 122. Mixon, Annie Laurie, 90. Mock, Reba L., 68, 92, 108, 117, 119, 133, 152, 164, 173. Moll, Cecil, 75. Monan, Jocie LaVerne, 45. Moore, Fred P., 56, 123, 126, 162, 167. Moore, Sara, 82, 83, 88. Moore, Tom, 63, 127, 143. Morris, Delorese, 75. Morris, Joe, 75. Morrison, Ivor, 63, 96, 100, 107, 139. Mounce, Imogene, 75, 104. Moyers, Charles, 75, 96, 101, 127, 129. Muerer, Lefty L ee, 76, 98, 100, 111, 130, 137. Mullins, Mary, 76. Murphy, Evelyn Cone, 63, 93, 100, 108, 110, 111, 136, 137. Murphy, Irene, 85. Murphy, Mary Claire, 3, 45, 92, 106, 109, 113, 114, 117, 136, 137, 164. Murphy, Wilma, 90. Murray, Mary Garland, 76, 117, 119, 133, 164. Myers, Jimmy, 63, 127, 143, 158. Myrick, Estelle, 76. — N — Nance, G. C, 76, 125, 141. Nance, Mabel, 76, 117, 164. Neal, Charles, 90. Nedrow, Warren W., 16, 26, 116, 134. Nedrow, Mrs. Warren W., 28, 134. Neece, Helen, 76, 119, 133. Newcom, Herbert, 76, 126. Newsome, Bill, 83. Newton, Mary, 64. Niell, Fred, 56, 96, 100, 105, 123, 126, 143. Nolan, Johnnie, 90. Norris, Fred, 76, 116, 126. Nunnally, Helen, 45, 92, 108, 113, 130, 137, 149. Nunnally, Warren, 81, 82, 89. — O — O ' Bryant, Arthur, 76, 167. Ogles, Herbert, 76, 125. Okey, Charles, 138. Oldham, Hershell, 76, 127. Orton, Clyde, 76, 90, 126. Overby, Robert, 64. Owen, Carrie Mae, 50. Owens, Bobby, 86. Owens, Virginia, 64, 100, 119. — P — Park, Edwin, 90, 126. Parker, Charles, 85. Parker, Fred, 90. Parker, Herbert J., 64, 127. Parker, Jean, 84, 88. Parks, William, 105. Parnell, Roy, 90. Parr, Freada E., 76. Pasmore, Daniel, Frederick, 16, 26, 104, 110. Pasmore, Mrs. Daniel F., 26, 111. Pate, Raymond, 76, 97, 127. Patton, Howard, 90. Patton, Virgil, 90. Patty, John Roland, 26, 92, 134. Page 204 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features Patty, Mrs. John R., 134. Paxton, Fairis, 90. Penny, Amogia Roe, 76, 99, 100. Perkins, Edd, 76. Perry, Mary Ethel, 88. Perry, Polly, 85. Perry, William, 83, 89. Phelps, Kathleen, 76, 96, 100, 101, 130, 133. Pierce, John, 77. Pierce, Norman, 46. Pitts, Geraldine, 64, 92, 110, 119, 137. Pleitz, Robert, 77, 102, 125, 142, 143. Plunkett, Frank Willis, 16, 26, 92, 93, 102, 103. Plunkett, Leland W., 16, 26, 106, 115. Pollett, Anita L., 56, 103, 107, 109, 110, 133. Potter, Charles, 142. Potter, Wilkes A., 90. Powell, Charles, 64, 127, 167. Prater, Mary Elizabeth, 77, 99. Pratt, Hillis A., 57. Pratt, J. N., 77, 126. Price, Aldean, 32, 111, 164, 175. Price, Jean Emma, 77, 99, 117. Price, Louie, 77. Price, Loyd, 77, 126, 167. Pruett, Jeter, 90, 126. Pryor, Jim, 90, 125. Puckett, Boyd, 77. Purvis, Jimmie Joe, 83. Pyle, Claude, Jr., 83, 87, 89. — Q — Quinn, Jessie A., 46. — R — Ramsey, James, 57, 123, 125, 128, 139, 154. Ramsey, Zula, 77, 99, 108, 117, 164. Rankin, Gilbert, 77. Rauls, Jane, 77, 96, 100, 119, 137, 164. Rawls, Pauline, 57, 114, 119, 135. Ray, Byron, 90. Ray, Juanita, 57, 114, 135. Raymond, Francis, 46, 93, 123, 128, 141. Rea, Nina, 64, 98, 108, 117, 119. Reasons, Kathleen, 64, 96, 109, 119, 133. Reed, Horace Leo, 77. Rees, Billy, 90, 127. Renck, Marjorie, 77, 99. Richards, Mary Ann, 132. Richardson, Una Lee, 77, 99. Rickman, Blanche, 77, 98. Ridings, Gus Ray, 46, 109, 113, 115, 123, 128. 138, 139. Ridings, Harold D., 57, 102, 110, 116, 127. 139. Ridings, Winona, 64, 98, 164. Ridley, Jane Grey, 90. Robb, Woodrow, 77. Roberts, Juanita, 90. Roberts, Paul, 77, 126. Robey, Ashley, 16, 26, 140. Robinson, Bobby, 85. Robinson, Calla Mae, 69, 98. Rodgers, Louie, 78, 97, 112, 115, 118, 126, 167. Rodgers, Permelia, 78, 98. Rogers, Doyle, 78, 127, 167. Rogers, Emma, 27, 86, 114. Rogers, Hubert, 64. Rogers, Mrs. Nannie A., 23, 27, 113. Rongey, Charles, 78, 97, 118, 126, 167. Rorex, Clifford, 64, 95, 118, 125, 141, 159, 169. Rosecrans, Mary Elizabeth, 47, 110, 117, 134, 135. Rowan, Marzee Ann, 52, 96, 100, 108, 110, 134, 135. Russell, Edwin, 64. Rutledge, Angus, 57, 92, 106, 113, 123, 126, 174. — S — Salmon, H. S., 64, 125, 143. Sample, Eddie, 78, 95, 97, 126, 156, 163, 167. Sample, John, 78. Sanders Ben, 64, 110, 116, 125. Sanders, Bernice, 78, 108, 119. Sanders, Patty Lou, 64, 110, 117, 132, 133, 164. Sanderson, Mrs. G. M., 90. Sanderson, Leslie G., 57, 143. Sandifier, Maudena, 84. Sarver, James, 78, 96, 100, 101, 112, 127. Saunders, Charles Edward, 90. Scheer, Alice, 78. Schierding, Lenore E., 16, 27, 94, 107, 109, 113, 136. Schisler, Ralph, 64, 125. Schnee, Robert, 57, 127. Schroeder, Ernest J., 64, 127. Schwartz, Herbert, 27, 95, 155, 170. Secoy, Lorraine, 57, 109, 110, 116, 130, 132, 133, 150. Sedgwick, Bill, 101. Senteney, Warren, 78, 167. Settlemire, Paul, 65, 95, 97, 127, 140, 141, 156, 159, 160. Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 205 Sharp, Camilla, 57, 110, 113, 114. Shearer, Helen Maxine, 57, 98. Shell, Russell, 65, 105, 123. Shelton, John, 65, 97, 115, 126. Shepard, Helen, 65, 98, 108. Shockley, William, 78, 125, 167. Showalter, Alan B., 47, 105, 107, 109, 110, 113, 118. Showalter, Donald F., 16, 22, 27, 113. Sifford, Wilson, 47, 123, 128, 142, 143. Sigler, Roy, 134. , Simmons, Bernice, 85, 88. Sisler, Joella, 78, 108, 117. Skari, L. C, 122. Smith, Earl, 90. Smith, Eugene B., Jr., 32, 143. Smith, Harold S., 65, 127. Smith, Leon, 65. Smith, Mabel, 78, 151. Smith, Marian, 60, 110, 111, 117, 137, 164. Smith, Van, 138. Smith, Wanda Faye, 83. Snider, Marion J., 65, 95, 157, 167. Snodgrass, A. E., 122. Snowden, I. J., 65, 105. Spades, Joe, 78. Sparks, J. D., 90. Speck, Gladys, 78, 100, 117, 119, 133, 154, 164, 173. Speck, Leslie, 16, 85, 89, 95, 155, 162, 172. Spikes, Jennie Lee, 28. Srum, Armand, 47. Stage, Frank, 65, 127. Stainer, John, 100. Stark, Dessie, 78, 98. Stephens, Billy, 90. Stephens, Clive, 90. Stephens, Lou Ellen, 78. Stevenson, Frank, 90. Steyer, Carl, 78, 127. Stimpson, Mrs. Lucy Zier, 65. Stobaugh, Quentin, 90. Stone, John, 65, 127, 156, 162, 172. Strain, Haldane, 16, 27, 94, 96, 101, 136. Strain, Mrs. Haldane, 136. Stuart, Orlin, Jr., 90, 95. Sturdivant, Helen, 79, 100, 133. Sullenger, Charles Haynes, 57. Summers, Glenda, 86. Swann, Bobbie Mealus, 27, 98. Swarens, Robert, 79, 125. Swindle, J. L., 30, 48, 92, 103, 106, 109, 112, 154. Swindle, Willodean, 65, 135. — T — Talliaferro, E. L., 138. Taylor, Lorene, 79, 119. Teschendorf, Melvin, 79. Thomas, Phil, 79, 97, 116, 125. Thomas, Ruth, 79, 133. Thompson, Alberta, 65, 90, 98. Thompson, Arline Bullard, 132. Thompson, Frank, 90. Thompson, John L., 48, 103, 104, 105, 106, 115, 118, 138, 139. Thompson, Maynard, 90, 126. Thomson, Kelly, 58, 125, 128, 142, 143, 158. Thorn, H. B., Jr., 48, 95, 139. Thornton, Warren H., 90, 100, 110. Tibbels, John W., 79, 97, 112, 167. Tims, Rachel, 90. Tiner, Louis, 79. Tompkins, Frank, 79. Townsend, Robert, 90. Trim, Troy, 105, 127. Trimmer, Virginia Lee, 90. Trousdale, Annie, 90. Tucker, Beulah, 79, 104. Turney, Iva, 79, 99, 164. Turney, Miva, 79, 99, 164. — U — Ulmer, Marion, 79, 125. Underwood, Glen, 79. — V — Vaughn, Gage L., 58, 107, 109. Vinson, Pearl, 79, 99, 164. Vinson, Veta, 84. — W — Walker, Irene, 90. Wallace, Algie, 65, 143. Wallace, Connie, 79. Wallace, Max, 65, 167. Wallace, Vivian, 79, 98, 119. Ward, Aline, 79, 111. Ward, Harry, 90. Warr, C. V., 28. Warr, Mrs. C. V., 28. Warr, Vernon B., 83. Watkins, James, 80, 126. Watson, Clifford, 90. Watson, Lloyd, 65. Page 206 1909 » THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features Watson, U. G., 84. Webb, Olen, 80. Wells, Preston, 80, 96, 100, 125, 141. West, Harold, 58. West, Jack, 85. West, Patsy, 86. Wester, Melvin, 90. Wheatley, Betty Jean, 84. Wheatley, Donnie, 84, 89. Wheeler, Hugh, 48, 97, 109, 114. Whidden, James, 90, 125. Whistle, Mavis, 90, 133. Whitaker, Ann Adelle, 58, 102, 103, 104, 109 110, 119, 174. Whitaker, Richard, 4, 5, 20. White, D. Burnis, 50. White, Henry Ellis, 27, 97. White, Mary Ellen, 58, 93, 113, 114, 134, 135. White, Wallace ' , 49, 92, 101, 106, 107, 113, 141. Whitsitt, Maxine, 49, 93, 114, 137. Whitsitt, Mrs. E. L., 136. Wiles, John, 80, 125. Wiles, Leota, 80. Wilkes, Billy, 49, 93, 115, 139. Wilkey, C. R., 27. Willett, Hubert, 80, 167. Williams, Vernon, 80, 125. Williams, Vivian, 65, 109, 110, 119, 133. Williamson, Coe, 80, 125. Williamson, Tommie, 164. Wilson, Ewell, 80, 97, 118, 125. Wimberley, Jerry, 58, 95, 104, 123, 126, 139. Wimp, Eugene, 65, 127. Womble, Conrad, 80. Wood, Hattie, 90. Wood, Marion, 80. Wood, William Joe, 58, 95, 123, 125, 143, 157, 159, 161. Wood, Wilma, 80. Wood, Witt, 49, 123, 128, 129, 143. Woodruff, Frank N., 28, 29. Wooldridge, John, 65. Word, Richard, Jr., 80, 125, 143. Worsley, Edward, 80, 97, 112, 115, 118, 139, 154, 167. Wyatt, Victor, 58, 105, 140, 141. Wyatt, William, 3, 28, 106. Wyatt, Winford, 140. Wynn, Isabel, 50, 106, 137. Wynne, Ira, 90, 110, 116, 127, 167. — y — Yarbrough, Hicks, 80. Yerger, Jessie, 58, 117, 119, 130, 133, 152, 154, 164. , Young, J. K., 50, 95, 97, 100, 107, 112, 113, 118. Features 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Page 207 AUTOGRAPHS Page 208 1909 THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS 1939 Features THIS BOOK IS NOT TO BIS TA BN FROM THE LIBRARY. mill ii linn AD00103D54 ALi3

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