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Show Hide text for 1940 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1940 volume: “ Presenting Your = VOL., XVII II 0«eot h Ui U Annually Presented By The Senior Class Of Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, Ark. EDWIN H. GARRISON, Editor JAMES D. RAMSEY, Bus. Mgr. 7 TO Dr. Ashley Robey, our class sponsor for the last three years; who has been a real friend to every student; who has worked untiringly for the College; and who is kno wn as the " jolliest man on the hill, " we dedicate this, the 1940 edi- tion of The Indian. DR. ASHLEY ROBEY INFORMATION Division I INSTITUTIONAL Division II STUDENT BODY Division III MILITARY Division IV ORGANIZATIONS Division V PHOTOMONTAGE Division VI FEATURES DIVISION II -- INSTITUTIONAL ARKANSAS §TATIE § PROGRESS Filled with hard unceasing iabor and a constant battle against discouragement, the story of the development of Arkansas State College is a history that is full of glamour and romance. Though comparatively young in years, this institution has had more than its share of trials since its conception in 1909. Loyalty and belief in what they were working for, and what they were bringing to the people of Arkansas, led the founders and developers of the school to continue their work in the face of the greatest odds. In 1909, the Hon. J. J. Bellamy introduced Act 100 into the legislative body of Arkansas. This Act provided that four district Agricultural Schools be established in the state. On April 1, 1909, the bill parsed the Legislature, and the way was cleared for the founding of the State Agricultural School. Early in 1910, the Board of Trustees and President V. C. Kays, ambitious to get the school started, opened it for business in rooms above the old T. J. Ellis Jewelry Company in Jones- boro. In 1911, the original Administration Building and two dormitories, Barnhart and Lewis Halls, were completed, and the school moved into its own buildings. Dr. Newton H. Brown, the first Doctor of Philosophy on the faculty, came in 1927. Then, in 1929, came recognition from the North Central Association of Arkansas A. and M. as a two year college. In 1930 the school offered its first four year courses, and in the spring of 1931 the first graduates completed their work. The great fire of 1931 seemed a tragedy at the time, but it developed into a two million dollar building project. On January 17, the Administration Building, which had been in use since 1911, burned. To replace it, R. E. Lee Wilson Hall was completed in the fall of 1932. At the same time two new dormitories were started, and they were completed in 1934. The North Central Association recognized the College an official degree granting instit- ution in 1933. In the spring of this same year, the name was changed to Arkansas State College by a special act of Legislature. Members of the Board of Trustees at the time the College be- came a four year institution, were R. Whitaker, President, Maurice Block, R. E. Lee Wilson, W L. Banks, and Pearle Davis. In 1936, the R. O. T. C. was added to the College curriculum. All male students take two years of military training. Graduates of the four year course are awarded a commission of Second Lieutenant in the Reserve Officers Corps. The year 1938 saw the completion of two new buildings, making the total value of the physical plant of Arkansas State College amount to $1,700,000. The completion of the new Military and Science buildings in 1940 brought that total up to $2,000,000. Governor Bailey in 1939 appointed Judge J. C. Johnson, West Memphis civic leader, and Will Mack, Jonesboro theater man, to serve on the Board of Trustees in place of Mr; Wilson and Mr. Whitaker who had passed on to their Eternal Reward. In the hands of the Board of Trustees of the College rests the huge responsibility for the general welfare of the faculty, students, and the physical plant. Each of the Board Members is chosen by the Governor ot the State of Arkansas, and each is active in the behalf of education. To them, President V. C. Kays, and Senators Thaddeus H. Caraway and Hattie W. Caraway must go the credit for the growth of Arkansas State College. PRESIDENTS ESS AGE With the passing of this day all of us approach the unknown of tomorrow. We have concentrated on this year ' s problems and found the principles for their solutions in the history and experiences of the past. We are prone to feel that these principles of solution a±e basic, and, therefore, we can depend upon them rather implicitly for the satisfactory and successful interpreta- tion of our tomorrow. May we not feel that, in the new order of world affairs, this reasoning may be erroneous. New factors, injected during these days of world strife into the daily life activities of the individual and of the social group, warn us that tomorrow will not be just another today. Changing con- ditions demand new adjustments. It be- hooves us to consider the particulars in which the world of the present differs from that of the past. All worthwhile progress has always been a steady acceleration, and there is no indication that this movement is even approaching its culmination. So, we move into the unknown of tomorrow armed with our faith in the future and our knowledge of the past with confidence that these may give us the proper interpretative backgrounds for a satisfactory analysis of a new world order. May we all be ready and willing to accept the new order and to contribute our part in its orientation and development. PRESIDENT V. C. KAYS DEAN D. F. SHO WALTER REGISTRAR H. E. ELDRIDGE Page 10 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY DEAN SHOWALTER Dr. D. F. Showalter, as Dean of the College, has been a very important figure in the development of the College since he accepted this position three years ago. Dean Showalter is an ever ready adviser for both the faculty and the students. He is often called on to speak at various high schools of the state, and to help solve educational problems. At the annual meeting of the Arkansas Educational Association, Dr. Showalter was elected vice-president of the Arkansas College Educatonal Association. He recently won distinction for his work on an experiment, " Learning of Human Subjects on Mazes. " By keeping in constant contact with pro- gressive education all over the United States as well as with Arkansas educational organizations, Dean Showalter is prepared to offer excellent advice to students who expect to enter the teaching profession. REGISTRAR ELDR1DGE H. E. Eldridge has held the official position of Registrar at Arkansas State since 1923. His long period of service has found him faced with many duties — his most important being to keep a permanent record of each student ' s scholastic and extra-curricular activities. It is also his task to superivse the management of the National Youth Administration of the College. He serves in the capacity of super- vising engineer for the construction, repairing, and maintenance of all College buildings and outlying property. Hunting and fishing are his favorite hobbies, and when he wishes to relax from his important duties, he indulges in these sports. DEAN OF MEN, BOLLARD As Dean of Men, Henry W. Hollard is chiefly concerned with the young men of Arkansas State College— apart from their classroom work. His understanding of the problems of young men makes him capable of helping the student to an intelligent understanding of his own interest in the community. Besides serving the post of Dean of Men, Mr. Hollard has charge of all chapel programs, is an instructor in the College, and supervises the College dairy. His office has supervision of all extra-curricular activities. Empha- sizing prevention and cure above discipline is his chief concern. DEAN OF WOMEN, MRS BROWN Mrs. Mary Rogers Brown as Dean of Women, fills a position similar to that of Dean of Men. The occupant of this position helps those girls who have problems concerning their social, scholastic, and private affairs. Mrs. Brown undertook her duties as Dean of Women with the opening of the fall semester, 1937-38. She succeeded her mother, Mrs. Nannie A. Rogers, and her sister, Mrs. Adelaide R. Gafke. Many girls, both in the dormitory and living in town, go to Mrs. Brown for kindly advice. Her motherly feelings have cheered many who were " home-sick " during the first few weeks of school. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Pag© 11 ACHATZ, CAPT. FRANCIS J. B. S., A. B. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics ADAMS, BILL B. S. E. Instructor in Physical Education ANDERSEN, HOLGER W. A. B., M. A., Ph. D. Frofessor of Education and Psychology AUSTIN, RUSSELL H. B. S. A., M. S., Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Agriculture ERCWN, MRS. MARY ROGERS A. B., M. S. instructor in Home Economics and Dean of Women BULLARD, BERNICE B. S. E. Secretary to President and Instructor in Business Administration COLLINS, RUTH B. S., M. A. C ' jpervisor in Intermediate Grades in Training School CCRKILL, MAJOR WILLIAM E. A. B. Professor of Military Science and Tactics CRCSNO, CHARLES DONALD B. S., M. S., Ph. D. Frofessor of Engineering E AVIS, JAMES WENDELL A. B. Instructor in Languages, Mathematics, and Physical Education Page 12 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY ELDRIDGE, HARRY E. B. S. Registrar, Supervising Engineer ELDRIDGE, MRS. HARRY E. B. S. Supervisor in Training School ELLIS, DEAN B. B. S., M. S. Instructor in Engineering and Mathematics, Sec- retary of State College Civil Aeronautics Program FRENCH, GUY B. S. Director of Training School GRANT, G. B. B. S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture HEUVER, ELEANOR M. A. B., M. A.. B. S, Librarian and Instructor in Social Science HOLLARD, HENRY W. B. S., M. S. Instructor i n Agriculture and Dean of Men HOLLARD. MRS. HENRY W. A. B. Instructor in Business Administration HOWELL, MRS. EESSIE A. B., M. A. Supervisor in Primary Grades HUITT, HOMER CARROLL B. S. E., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Social Science NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 13 LEWIS, CAPT. JOHN L. B. S. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics LIVENGOOD, BERNICE A. B., M. A. Instructor in English McMEANS, CLYDE E. B. M. Director of Music MASON 1 , 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, D. FREDERICK A. B., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Modern Languages PASMORE, MRS. D. FREDERICK 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 Page 14 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY PLUNKETT, LELAND W. A. B., M. J. Instructor in English ROBEY, ASHLEY B. S., M. S., Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry ROGERS, EMMA B. S. E. Instructor in Training School ROGERS, MRS. D. T. B. A., M. A. Instructor in Education SCHIERDING, L EN ORE E. B. S., M. A. Instructor in Social Science SCHWARTZ, HERBERT B. S. Director of Physical Training SHC WALTER, DONALD F. A. B., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Education and Psychology and Dean of the Faculty SHOVER, W. G. B. S., B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Business Administration and Economics SOMERS, LESTER A. A. B. Instructor in Music and Director of Arkansas State College Band SOMERS, MRS. LESTER A. Instructor in Music NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 15 SWANN, BOBBIE MEALUS A. B., M. A. Supervisor in Intermediate Grades in Training School WHITE, HENRY ELLIS B. S., M. S., Ph. D. Professor of Agriculture WYATT, WILLIAM HENRY A. B. Instructor in English and Supervisor of Print Shop ADAMS, LETON Secretary to Registrar and Recorder HETHERINGTON, EARL S. Bookkeeper NEDROW, MRS. WARREN W. A. B. Manager of Book Store and Head of Mail- ing Division WARR, C. V. Bursar WARR, MRS. C. V. Superintendent of Halls Page 16 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY DIVISION II - STUDENT BODY CLASS OF 104O OFFICERS President Edwin H. Garrison Vice-President .__ James D. Ramsey Secretary Gladys Fisher Treasurer imogene Baker Sponsor Dr. Ashley Robey As we, the class of 1940, gaze eagerly into the future, we also pause to look backwards through the four years of our college exper- iences. Entering Arkansas State College in the fall of 1936, we were somewhat awed by the newness and strangeness of situations and the collegiate atmosphere which surrounds us. It was through the efforts of adjusting ourselves to meet those standards that we received our first bit of education in this institution. In the early spring of 1937, we elected our freshman president, Newton Kil- lough, of Wynne To keep up the traditions cf the classes which went before us, we spon- sored a " Freshman Hop " and indulged in the usual picnics and parties which were planned for us by our lovable sponsor, the late Dean E. L. Whitsitt. By the beginning of our sophomore year, we felt very much at home on the campus, and our viewpoint of college life was revolutionized. It was a sophomore who conceived the idea of giving a " Shipwreck Dance. " This we did, and it was acclaimed a novel entertainment by all who attended. One of the more prominent boys of the student body, James Ramsey of Marma- duke, was our choice for president during that year. Under his guidance we enjoyed another happy and beneficial year together. Enrolling for our third year we, as upperclassmen, were more determined than ever to excel as students, to promote better fellowship among our classmates, and to prepare ourselves to bear the title of " Seniors. " Paul Allbright, of Marion, was chosen to lead us as president through our junior year. It was due to his efficient planning that the junior class spon- sored the most successful Junior-Senior Prom in the history of the college. Another outstand- ing event on our calendar was participation in the Senior Swing-Out. Thus another year ended and at last we were ready to step into a place of seniority, a place of dignity and achievement. Serving as Senior President has been Edwin Garrison, of Jonesboro. His keen leadership and congeniality augmented by the stability and careful guidance of Dr. Ashley Robey, our sponsor for the past three years, marks the climax of our college days at State. As we leave we take with us four years of academic progress, treasured memories of social and intellectual activities, and everlasting friends. Page 18 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors JOHN DA.N ADAMS, B.S. Paragould, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors : Education, Military Science Zeta Tau Zeta 3,4; Scabbard and Blade 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, Historian and Reporter 4, Delegate to National Convention 4; Reserve Officers Association 4; R. O. T. C. 2nd. Lt. 3, Capt.4; Volunteer Motor Battery, Charter Member, Assistant Executive 4; Assistant Business Manager INDIAN 4. LETON CATHEY ADAMS, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: History, Education Pi Omega Pi, Charter Member, Sec ' y. 3, 4; Sec ' y. to Registrar. MARIE ADAMS, B.S.E. Bono, Arkansas Major: Education Minors: History, Home Economics Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Les Artistes3; Charter Member Association of Child- hood Education 3, Pres. 3. PAUL H. ALLBRIGHT Springdale, Arkansas Major: Physics Minors: Mathematics, Military Science Charter Member Zeta Tau Zeta 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, Treas. 4; Senior Assistant in Physics; Assistant to Dean of Men; Senior Advisor to Freshmen; Executive of Volunteer Motor Btry; Zeta Tau Zeta Sponsor of Alpha Sigma; Engineering Club 1, 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 1st. Lt. 3, Colonel 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 19 JOHN R. ARNOLD, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Chemistry Minors: Biology, Mathematics Senior Assistant in Chemistry; Tennis Team. CLARK BAKER, B.S.E. Maynard, Arkansas Majors: Social Science, Education Minors: Business Administration, English MARGARET IMOGENE BAKER, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minors: French, Social Science, Education Alpha Sigma 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Fres. 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, Ssc ' y-Treas. 3; Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2; Les Artistes Sec ' y. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec ' y-Treas. 3; Baptist Student Council Vice-Pres. 3, 4; INDIAN Staff Junior Editor 3, Senior Editor 4: Treas. of Senior Class; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. HARRY BLAINE BARKER, B.S. East Prairie, Missouri Major: Agriculture M mors : Chemistry, Biology Zeta Tau Zeta Charter Member; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 4; Ag Club Vice-Pres. 1, 2. Page 20 Seniors JAMES LAVAUGHN BARNES, B.S.E. Bono, Arkansas Majors: Social Science, Education Minors: English, Military Science R. O. T. C 1, 2, 2nd Lt. 3, 1st Lt. 4. VERNARD PERNELL BARWICK, A.B. Poplar Bluff, Missouri Major: Biology Minors: Chemistry, French, History Assistant to Dean of Men 4; Senior Assistant in Biology; Glee Club 3, 4; Pre-Med. 4; Le Cercle Fran- cais 3, 4. ALMEDA BERRY, B.S. Manila, Arkansas Majors: Business Administration, English Minor : Education Pi Omega Pi 2, Vice-Pres. 3; W. A. A. 1. 2, 3, Club 3; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club. Press DORIS LOUISE BINGHAM, B.S.E. Grenada, Mississippi Major: Education Minor: English Les Artistes 4; Y. W. C. A 4; A. C. E. 3, Treas. 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 21 KATHRYN B1TTINGER, A.B. Grady, Arkansas Major: Mathematics Minors: Science, History, English Delta Beta Chi 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; El Circulo Espanol 2, 3; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club 3. 4. HOWARD BLCOD WORTH, B.S.E. Poplar Bluff, Missouri Majors; Social Science, English Minor: Education Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3; Pre-Law Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4; His- torical Society 4; International Relations Club 4. MARY JUNE BOOKER, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minors: Education, English , Alpha Tau Zeta 1, Charter Member, Vice-Pres. 2, Pledge Mistress 3, Recording Sec ' y. 4; Dramatic Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Historical Society 3, Sec ' y-Treas. 4; International Relations Club 3, Sec ' y-Treas. 4; Home Ec. Club 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Le Cercle Fran- cais 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 4. ALMA BREMER, B.S.E, Roe, Arkansas Major: Education Minors : Social Science, Home Economics Pi Gamma Mu 3, Pres. 4; Le Cercle Francais 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 4; A. C E. 3, Pres. 4; Les Artistes 1, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 3, 4; Assistant to Dean of Women 3, 4; Senior Assistant in Education. Page 22 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors EARL LANDOR BUNDY, B.S. Chanute, Kansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Business Administration, Biology Ag. Club 3, Pres. 4; Men ' s Glee Club 3, 4. MAXINE BURFORD, B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: Education, Social Science Minors: English, Physical Educaton WILLIAM RAY BURROW, A.B. Salem, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minors: Education, French R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Debating Club 3; Y. M. C. A. 3, Pres. 4; Historical Society 4; Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4. BERNICE PADEN CALDWELL Salem, Arkansas Major: Home Economics Minors: Education, Chemistry Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 23 TANCIL A. CALDWELL, B.S. Jonesborc, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minor: Physical Education, Agriculture " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Ag Club 3, 4. MURRAY A. COBB, B.S. Bertrand, Missouri Major: Agriculture Minors: Biology, Education Ag. Club 1, 2, 4; Y. M. C A. 1, 2, 4. MARY MAE COLLINS, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors : Education, French Le Cercle Francais 3 ,4; W. A. A. 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; A. C. E. 4. DALE COOPER. B.S. Batesville, Arkansas Majors: Chemistry, Mathematics Minors: Physics, Biology Page 24 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors IVY PRESTON CRANE, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Busines Administration Minors: History, Agriculture, Military Science Les Artistes 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 2nd. Lt. 3, Capt. 4. CALEB L. DAVIS, JR., B.S. Braggadocio, Missouri Major: Agriculture Minor: Business Administration Kappt. Sigma Nu 2, 3, Pres. 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Ag. Club 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 1st. Lt. 3. G. C. DRIVER, JR., A.B. Luxora, Arkansas Major English Minors: Mathematics, Military Science 2eta Tau Zeta 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec ' y. 3, 4; Pre-Law Club 1, 2; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 1st Lt. 3, Capt. 4; Basketball Mgr. 2; U A " Club 2, 3, Corr. Sec ' y. 4; Historical Society Charter Member 3, Pres. 4; Varsity Softball 3; El Cir- culo Espanol 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Fran- cais 4. FRANK R. ELDER, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: History, Military Science Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, Lt. 3, Capt. 4; Lance Orchestra 3; Delta Omega Sigma 2, Treas. 3 and 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Business Administration Club 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; School Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 25 JIMMIE ENGLISH, B.S. Earle, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: Mathematics, Journalism, Military Science Kappa Sigma Nu 1, Sec ' y. and Treas. 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Herald Staff 2, 3, Editor 4; Press Club 2, 3, 4; INDIAN Staff 2, Sports Editor 3, Assoc. Editor 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Sponsor Alpha Sigma 3; R. O. T. C. 1, 2 1st Lt. 3, Capt. 4; Bus. Ad. Club 1, 2; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges. ELIZABETH FINCH, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Education Minors: Home Economics, French Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Treas. 4; A. C. E. 2, Sec ' y- 3, 4; Alpha Tau Zeta 2, 3, Treas. 4. MARGARET FINCH, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Education Minors: Home Economics, French Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Treas. 4; A. C. E. 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Alpha Tau Zeta 2, 3, Treas. 4; INDIAN Staff 4. GLADYS FISHER, A.B. Monette, Arkansas Majors: Social Science, English Minors: French, Education Delta Beta Chi 1, 2, Rush Captain 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Phi Theta Kappa 1, Sec ' y. 2; Pi Gamma Mu 4; R. O. T. C. Regimental Queen 2, Honorary Major 3; Maid to Homecoming Queen 4; INDIAN Staff 3, 4; Senior As- sistant in Social Science; International Relations Club 3, Pres. 4; Hictorical Society 4; Home Ec Club 1. Reporter 2, Sec ' y-Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, Sec ' y. 4, W. A. A. 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. Page 26 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors ELWOOD FREEMAN, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minor : History R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWIN H. GARRISON, A. B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minors: Social Science, Education, Military Science, President of Senior Class; Editor-in-Chief 1940 INDIAN; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 1st Lt. 3, Capt. Btry. " D " 4; Delta Omega Sigma 1, 2, Sec ' y. 3, 4; INDIAN Staff 2; Le Cercle Francais 2, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Pres. Debating Club 3; El Circulo Espanol 4; A Cap- pella Choir 3; Herald Staff 3; CAA Pilot 4; Delta Omega Sigma Sponsor to Alpha Sigma 3; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4; Honor Graduate Candi- date 4; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4. THOMAS IRA GRAY, JR., B.S. Blytheville, Arkansas Majors: Mathematics, Chemistry Minors: Physics. Engineering, Military Science Zeta Tau Zeta 3, Treas. 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, Sgt. 4; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Engineering Club 1, 2, Pres. 3; International Relations Club 1, 2, Sec ' y. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Pistol Club 1, 2, 3, 4; INDIAN Staff 4; Senior Assistant in Chemistry; Reserve Officers Ass ' n. 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 1st Lt. 3, Major 4; C. A. A. 4. BRUCE GREEN, B.S. Poplar Bluff, Missouri Major: Business Administration Minor: Social Science Football 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; " A " Club 2, 3, 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 27 GEORGE HILL, B.S. Pyatt, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Biology, Business Administration Ag. Club 3. Pres. 4; Glee Club 3, 4. JOHN H. HITCHCOCK, JR., B.S. Bono, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Business Administration, Biology EDWARD H. HOFFMAN, B.S. Valparaiso, Indiana Major: Business Administration Miners: Fhysical Education, History I clta Omega Sigma 2, 3. Pledge Captain 4; Varsity Tasketball 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 2; " A " Club 3, Sec ' y-Treas. 4 ; INDIAN Staff 4. JOE G. HUGHES, B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: English, Social Science Minors: Education, Military Science Eelta Cmega Sigma 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 2; Press Club 1, 2, 3; Pre-Law Club 2, 3; International Rela- tions Club 3, 4; Pistol Team 3; R. O. T. C. 1, 2. 3, Capt. Page 28 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors EDWARD C HUITT, B.S.E. Salem, Missouri Major: Social Science Minor: Business Administration Pi Gmege Fi 3, 4; Zeta Tau Zeta 4; Y. M. C. A. 4; His- torical Society 4; Internati onal Relations Club 4. IRENE JOHNSON, A.B. Biggers, Arkansas Majors: English, French Minors : History, Education Alpha Tau Zeta 2, Recording Sec ' y. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Y. W. C. A. 2, Pres. 3, 4; Le Cercle Francais 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Home Ec. Club 3, Sec ' y. 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; INDIAN Staff Index Editor 3, 4; Press Club 4; Press Club Council 4; Student Life 3, 4; Assistant to Dean of Women 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and College 4; Herald Staff; Rep. to Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A. Seminar, Estes Park, Colo., summer of 1939, and Hollister, Mo., summer of 1939. JAY JORDAN, A.B. Forrest City, Arkansas Majors: English, History Minor: French French Club 3, 4. CHARLES DORSE KELLER, B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: Social Science, Physical Education Minors: Agriculture, Education Kappa Sigma Nu 2, Chaplain 3, Historian 4; " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND GENE DONALD KELLER, B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Education, Physical Education Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Ag. Club 4; Basketball 2, 3; " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C 2, 3. KATHERINE LANE, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, Business Administration, Education Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Pi Omega Pi 4; Eramatic Club 4; Historical Society 4; Mixed Chorus 4; International Relations Club 3, 4. WILLIAM WARREN MILLER, B.S.E. Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minor: Education FRED P. MOORE, B.S.E. Nettleton, Arkansas Majcrs: Biology, Social Science Minors: Education, Military Science " A " Club 2; R. O. T. C. 1. 2, 2nd Lt. 3, Capt. 4; Intra- murals 1, 4. Page 30 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors IVOR MORRISON, B.S.E. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minors: English, Physical Education A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Delta Omega Sigma 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. EDNA MORTON, B.S.E. Williford, Arkansas Majors: Business Administration, Social Science Minor: Education Home Ec. Club 1; W. A. A. 1; El Circulo Espanol 4. JAMES MONROE MYERS, B.S. Piggott, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: English, Social Science Zeta Tau Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. FRED M. NIELL, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Physics Minors: Engineering, Mathematics, Military Science Zeta Tau Zeta 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Treas. 3, 4; Engineers Club 3, Treas. 4; Snapshot Editor INDIAN 4; Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2; Male Quartette 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 1st. Lt. 3, Capt. 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 31 JAMES RAMSEY, A.B. Marmaduke, Arkansas Majors: Social Science, English Minor: Military Science Eelta Omega Sigma 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; El Circulo Espano ' l 1, Vice-Pres. 2; Engineers Club 1, 2; Pre-Law Club 1, 2, Treas. 3: Debate Club 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 1st. Lt. 2, 1st. Lt. 3, Lt. Col. 4; ' A ' Club 4; Head Cheer Leader 4: Phi Theta Kappa 1, Pres. 2; Sophomore Class Fres.; Vice-Pres. Senior Class; Y. M. C. A. 1, Sec ' y- Treas. 2; International Relations Club 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Sponsor of Delta Omega Sigma; Cadet Officers ' Club 3; Business Manager INDIAN 4; Scabbard and Blade Charter Member 3, Captain 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. JANE GREY RIDLEY. A.B. Jonesborc, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, French International Relations Club 4; Historical Society 4; Vice-Pres. Choral Club 4. PEYTON AARON ROBBS, JR., B.S.E. Lafe, Arkansas Major: Science Minors: Psychology, Social Science, Physical Education WILLIAM BURLEY ROGERS, B.S. Pocahontas, Arkansas Major: Hictory, Education Minors : English, Agriculture Historical Society 4; International Relations Club 4; Ag. Club 4. Fage 32 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors MARZEE ANN ROWAN, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: English, French Minors: Education, Home Economics Alpha Tau Zeta 1, 2, Rec. Sec ' y. 3, Historian 4; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Pi Gamma Mu 4; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Sec ' y. 3, 4; Choral Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Assistant in Education; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. ANGUS V. RUTLEDGE, A.B. Marianna, Arkansas Major: English Minors: History, Education, Military Science Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; College Plays 1; El Circulo Espanol 4; Intiamurals 1, 2, 3; Press Club 2, 3; INDIAN Staff 3, 4; Herald Staff 2, 3; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, Major 4; Reserve Officers Association 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and Colleges 4. LESLIE G. SANDERSON, B. S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minors: Mathematics, Chemistry Zeta Tau Zeta Historian 1, 2, 3; R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2; Senior Assistant in Economics. ROBERT HENRY SCHNEE, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: English Minor : Social Science Press Club 1, 2; D.amatic Club 2; Le Cercle Francais 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 4; El Circulo Espanol 4; R. O. T. C. Band 1, 2, 2nd Lt. 3; College Orchestra 1, 2; Senior Assistant in English. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 33 GEORGE RODNEY SCOTT, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: Agriculture, Education Minors: Biology, English Pi Gamma Mu 3. A. LORRAINE SECOY, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: Chemistry, French Minor: Mathematics Alpha Sigma 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Rush Captain 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Pre-Med. Club 2, Pres. 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Les Artistes 4; W. A. A. 3; R. O. T. C. Battalion Sponsor 3, Regimental Queen 4. LEISTER L. SHANNON, B.S. Clinton, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Business Administration, physical Education Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Ag. Club 1, 2; " A " Club 3. CAMILLA SHARP, A.B. Jonesboic, Arkansas Majors: English, Business Administration Minors : History, Education El Circulo Espanol 1, 2; Le Cercle Francais 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi Charter Member 3, 4; Bus. Administration Club 2; Press Club 4; Senior Assistant in Business Administra- tion. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors LANDIS ROOSEVELT SMITH, POSTGRAD, B.S.E. Knobel, Arkansas Majors: Biology, Music Minors: Social Science, Education WILLIAM EARL SMITH, B.S.E. Pocahontas, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minor: Education Ag. Club 4; Historical Society 4; International Re- lations Club 4. REBA SNOWDEN, B.S.E. Rector, Arkansas Major: Social Science Minors: English, Education Y. W. C. A. 4; Historical Society 4; International Relations Club 4. WYNNIE B. STONE, B.S.E. Harrisburg, Arkansas Majors: English, Education Minor: Music Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 3; Historical Society 4; Press Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2; W. A. A. 1; E,l Circulo Espanol 2; Y. W. C. A. 1; International Relations Club 1; INDIAN Staff 4; 1st Battalion Honorary Major of R. O. T. C. 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 35 KELLY THOMSON, B.S. Cotter, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minors: Biology, Education, History Zeta Tau Zeta 2, Pres. 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 1st Lt. 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4; Outstanding Lt. Sabre 3; Pistol Team 2, 3; Pistol Ass ' n. 3, Pres. 4; Pre-Law Club 2, 3; Ag. Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; C. A. A. Pilot 4; Advertising Mgr. INDIAN 4. GAGE VAUGHN, B.S.E. Mount Vernon, Illinois Majors: English, Education, Social Science Minor : Agriculture International Relations Club 3, 4; Historical Society 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 4. ANN ADELLE WHITAKER, A.B. Peach Orchard, Arkansas Majors: English, Speech Minor: Social Science Y. W. C. A. 1, Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Debate Club Sec ' y. 2, Reporter 3, Sec ' y. 4; Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 1, 2; Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; Historical Society 4; Press Club 1, 2, 3; Dra- matic Club 3; El Circulo Espanol Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Fhi Theta Kappa 2; Senior Assistant in English. MARY ELLEN WHITE, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas Major: Business Administration Minor: English Alpha Tau Zeta 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Pi Omega Pi Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, Vice-Pres.4; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Who ' s Who in Am. Univ. and uoHeges 4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; j_l Ciiculo Espanol 4; Press Club 2; Senior Assistant ai Business Administration. Page 36 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Seniors JERRY WIMBERLEY, A.B. Jonesboro, Arkansas, Major: English Minors: Socal Science, Military Science R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 4; Delta Omega Sigma 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2, 3; El Circulo Espanol 1, 3; Pistol Team 4; Pre-Law Club 2. JOE WOOD, B.S. Parkin, Arkansas Major: Agriculture Minor: Physical Education Varsity Football 1, 2, 3. Co-Captain 4; Basketball Manager 3; " A " Club 2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3; Zeta Tau Zeta 3, 4. VICTOR WYATT, B.S. Jonesboro, Arkansas Majors: Physics, Mathematics Minors: Business Administration, Engineering Kappa Sigma Nu 1, Reporter 2, 3, 4; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Press Club 1; Pistol Club 1, 2; Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; INDIAN Staff 4; C. A. A. Pilot 4. HELEN TATE, B.S.E. Paragould, Arkansas Major: English Minors: Social Science, Education Y. W. C. A. 3; A. C. E. 3, 4. Seniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 37 CLASS Of 19411 HOMER BRANAN OFFICERS President Homer Branan Vice-President _ Bernard Graham Secretary Patty Lou Sanders Treasurer Roscoe Chitwood Reporter Billy Jowers Sponsor .... Dr. W. W. Nedrow Student Life Representatives Phoebe Reasons William Cureton In the fall oi 1937 a new class came to Arkansas State College. This was the class of ' 41, embarking on one of its greatest adven- tures — College Life. Within a few weeks, we were feeling quite at heme and to carry out this feeling there was always an upperclassman to see that we were well behaved. Under the direction of Dr. D. F. Showalter, our sponsor, we soon entered into the social life of the college with a Freshman Picnic where, for the first time, we were doing something as a group. In the early spring of 1938 we elected our Freshman officers. Our president was Horace Ball of Newport. Later in the year we chose our officers for the 1938-39 school year. This time Edgar Hollan of Wynne was our choice for president. We were quite proud of our accomplishments in the social world of State that year. Of the six beauties in the INDIAN, five were from our class; the Engineers ' Queen came from our ranks; and we gave to the ROTC four sponsors. When we returned to school in the fall of 1938 our first task was to elect a president to take the place of Hollan who did not return to State. Leadership in our Sophomore year fell on the shoulders cf Homer Branan. This year our sponsor was Mrs. Nannie A. Rogers. Our main task was to severely chastise the Freshmen who had come to fill our places as the be- ginners at State. In the spring of 1939 we introduced what we intend to become an annual custom on the campus — the Dogpatch Dance. It was a success and it bids fair to become the Sophomore celebration. We carried off our share of the honors again in the beauty selec- tions for the annual this year — two of the six were Sophomores, and the ROTC took one of our members as their sponsor for one of the batteries. In addition to this two of the four maids to the Homecomng Queen were from our class. Before we left for the summer vacati on we wrecked tradition by re-electing as our Junior president, Homer Branan. In school this year we have furnished members for practically every organization on the campus and have representatives on all of the major athletic teams. During the Commence- ment Week actviities we shall entertain the Seniors with the greatest social event of the year — the Junior-Senior Prom. This year the Homecoming Queen was from our class. She was Mildred Hout who was chosen by the football team to reign over the Homecoming game. Under the capable direction of Dr. W. W. Nedrow, we have taken our rightful place as successors to the Seniors of 1940. Next year we shall return as leaders of the school. Page 38 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Juniors HAYDEN J. AUSTIN State College, Ark. CHRISTINE BARNETT Cooter, Mo. FOSTER BOWDON, JR. Jonesboro, Ark. HOMER B. BRANAN Tyronza, Ark. NORVELL J. BRICKELL Jonesboro, Ark. MARY ELISE BROWN State College, Ark. ERNEST BRUNSON Judsonia, Ark. JUAN IT A CALDWELL Jonesboro, Ark. NOLA CAMPBELL Dyersburg, Tenn. ROSCOE CHITWOOD Dyess, Ark. DORIS MAE COOPER Jonesboro, Ark. GUS CRAIG Tuckerman, Ark. Juniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 39 JAMES CROCKETT Jonesboro, Arkansas WILLIAM CURETON Jonesboro, Ark. MARY DAVIS Hardy, Ark. MARTHA JANE DEATON Illmo, Mo. LaRUE DeFIELD East Prairie, Mo. DONALD FELLEY Jonesboro. Ark. J. D. FORTEN BERRY Imboden, Ark. OLITA GIBBINS Lake City, Ark. BERNARD GRAHAM Jonesboro, Ark. ALLEN E GRIFFIN Leachville, Ark. HELEN HAMMOND Memphis, Tenn. FLORIDE HANIFY Poplar Bluff, Mo. Page 40 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Juniors MILDRED HOUT Tuckerman, Ark. JAMES RAY HAYNES Pocahontas, Ark. HOWARD HEERN 1 Jonesboro, Ark. J. B. HUSBAND Blytheville, Ark. 3EDLEY IZARD Forrest City, Ark. GLENDA MAC JERNIGAN Jonesboro, Ark. LAURA JONES Jonesboro, Ark. BILLY JOWERS Newport, Ark. JANICE KING Marmaduke, Ark. JAMES LAUDERDALE Jonesboro, Ark. FRED LINES Wynne, Ark. HENRY METZLER Jonesboro, Ark. Juniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 41 TOM MOORE Brookland, Ark. CHARLES NEAL Parkin, Ark. CHARLES POWELL Jonesboro, Ark. JETER PRUETT Stephens, Ark. RUTH RAULS Leachville, Ark. KATHLEEN REASONS West Plains, Mo. BILLY REES Jonesboro, Ark. MRS. BURLEY ROGERS Pocahontas, Ark. CLIFFORD ROREX Swifton, Ark. H. S. SALMON, JR. Jonesboro, Ark. FATTY LOU SANDERS Dewitt, Ark. ERNEST SCHROEDER Jonesboro, Ark. Page 42 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Juniors PAUL SETTLEMIRE Jonesboro, Ark. JOHN R. SHELL Jonesboro, Ark. JOHN SHELTON Dyess, Ark. MRS. EARL SMITH Pocahontas, Ark. HAROLD SMITH Jonesboro, Ark. LEON SMITH Jonesboro, Ark. WARREN THORNTON Bono, Ark. ALGIE WALLACE Dell, Ark. JOHN WILSON Jonesboro, Ark. EUGENE WIMP Jonesboro. Ark. HAROLD L. WOODS Ft. Hill, Ark. Juniors NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 43 GEORGE BOOKER CLASS OF 1942 OFFICERS President George Booker Vice-President Louie Collier Sec ' y-Treas Reba Mock Sponsor _ Mrs. Nannie A. Rogers This year ' s Sophomore Class began its college career last year, as Freshmen, with a total of two hundred and thirty students. At that time we elected Homer McEwen for our President and Gus Ray Ridings, Senior, as assistant sponsor. Under the able leadership of our Faculty Sponsor, Dr. Homer C. Huitt, we took part in many of the major affairs on the campus. Of particular interest was the annual Fresh- man picnic, which was one of the most suc- cessful events of the year. We were also happy in the fact that three of our girls served as R. O. T. C. sponsors, and two were among the college beauties. This year finds us, still, one hundred and forty-five in number. We find that many new faces have been added to our lot, while many that we encountered as freshmen are no longer among us. However, our decrease in number has not lessened our ability, for we are still carrying out our old traditions. Louie K. Collier was elected to serve as our President throughout our Sophomore year; but when he had to lec:ve school because of illness early in the first semester our Vice-President, George Booker, took over the chief officer ' s duties and filled them very efficiently. Mrs. Nannie A. Rogers was appointed as our Faculty Sponsor, and her help and advice has aided us a very great deal, both collectively and individually. With picnics, parties, and other social events this year has been made a very pleas- ant one for all of the Sophomores. Perhaps the most entertaining event was the " Dog- patch Dance " which was carried out in the regular style and customs of the " Daisy Mae, Lil Abner " comic strip. Page 44 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Sophomores DOROTHY BAKER Leachville, Ark. CLYDE H. BARHAM Jonesboro, Ark. BRUCE B. BARNHILL Corning, Ark. PAUL D. BATES Pocahontas, Ark. DERONDA BIRD Senath, Mo. EVERETT BOLTON Jonesboro, Ark. GEORGE BOOKER Jonesboro, Ark. MARTHA JEAN BOOKER Jonesboro, Ark. BOYD BOOTH Caraway,Ark. BUFORD BOOTH Caraway, Ark. COY BROOKS Rosebud, Ark. GENE BROWN Tyronza, Ark. Sophomores NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 45 CYNTHIA BROWNING Patterson, Ark. MARY BRYANT Augusta, Ark. ADDIE BUCHCANAN Jonesboro, Ark. ELWANDA BURROW Bay, Ark. GROVER H. CALDWELL Salem, Ark. DELTHA CARPENTER Wilhford, Ark. CPLE CASIDAY Marked Tree, Ark. JAMES CHISUM Jonesboro, Ark. CHARLES CLARK Jonesboro, Ark. LOUIE COLLIER Raleigh, Tenn. MRS, NOLA COOPER Eernie, Mo. MARTIN CONDER West Helena, Ark. Page 46 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Sophomores JACK DALE Marmaduke, Ark. SARAH JUNE DAUGHERTY Hardy, Ark. MARJORY DAVENPORT Newport, Ark. RICHARD ELLIS Wynne, Ark. J. C. FISHER Monette, Ark. RUSSELL FLANNIGAN Monette, Ark. EMMA ROSE FORE McCrory, Ark. NORALYN FORTINBERRY Jonesboro, Ark. MAX E. FRAZIER Newport, Ark. ROBIN GILL Dell, Ark. ODE ' LL HAMMOND Searcy, Ark. JEWELL HANNAH Jonesboro, Ark. Sophomores NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 47 CARL D. HARRIS Earle, Ark. EDITH HARTWIG Lake City, Ark. PAUL HOFFMAN Valparaiso, Ind. FLO E. HOGUE Jonesboro, Ark. ORIEDA HORN Jonesboro, Ark. ALVA HOWARD Balch, Ark. GENE HOUSTON VanBuren, Mo. ROBERT HUBER Weiner, Ark. BEN F. HYNEMAN Bay, Ark. HUGH JAMISON Memphis, Tenn. HAZEL JOHNSTON Ugoa, Ark. BILL JONES Fisher, Ark. Page 48 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Sophomores AERAHAM KINNEY Dexter, Mo. JAY KITTERMAN Lestei, Ark. BRUCE KNOWLTON Jonesboro, Ark. WILLIAM R. KOPP Jonesboro, Ark. DOUGLAS LAWSON Manila, Ark. SUNSHINE LILE Jonesboro, Ark. JOHN R. LOFTIS Pocahontas, Ark. BILLIE MASNER Monette, Ark. F. ELIZABETH MASON Jonesboro, Ark. MORRIS MAYS Jonesboro, Ark. WILBER C MAYS Stuttgart, Ark. HELEN McALEXANDER DeValls Bluff, Ark. Sophomores NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 49 RUTH McBRIDE Paragould, Ark. WILLIAM ULYSSES McCOY Memphis, Term. HOMER McEWEN State College, Ark. J. H. McGINNIS Calico Rock, Ark. DAN McGUIRE Jonesboro, Ark MARILYN McHANEY Jonesboro, Ark. GORDON MILLER Sylvania, Ga. THOMAS MILLER Melbourne, Ark. REBA L. MOCK Pocahontas, Ark. CHARLES MOYERS Jonesboro, Ark. MABLE NANCE Jonesboro, Ark. HLLEN NEECE Hoxie, Ark. Page 50 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Sophomores HUBERT OGLES Marmaduke, Ark. HERSHELL OLDHAM Helena, Ark. N. LUCILLE PARK Jonesboro, Ark. RAYMOND PATE Hunter, Ark. AMOGIA R. PENNY Paragould, Ark. DAN PEPPER JR. Paragould, Ark. EDD PERKINS Jonesboro, Ark. ROBERT PLEITZ Jonesboro, Ark. LOYD PRICE Jonesboro, Ark. JUANITA RAINS Bay, Ark. EUNICE RANKIN Jonesboro, Ark. JANE RAULS Leachville, Ark. Sophomores NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 51 BLANCHE RICKMAN Lake City, Ark. LOUIE RODGERS Luxora, Ark. CHARLES RONGEY Fair Oaks, Ark. EDDIE SAMPLE Earle, Ark. JOELLA SISLER Jonesboro, Ark. MABEL SMITH Bono, Ark. HELEN STURDIVANT McCrory, Ark. JOHN W. TIBBELS Black Rock, Ark. RUTH THOMAS Jonesboro, Ark. RUBY THOMPSON Osceola, Ark. CONNIE WALLACE Dell, Ark. VIVIAN WALLACE Caraway, Ark. Page 52 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Sophomores PRESTON WELLS Pocahontas, Ark. DOROTHY WILCOX Jonesboro, Ark JOHN WILES Bay, Ark. LEOTA WILES Bay, Ark. EWELL WILSON Augusta, Ark. RICHARD WORD JR. Jonesboro, Ark. LUCILLE WORK Dexter, Mo. EDWARD WORSLEY Luxora, Ark. Sophomores NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 53 ' , ' ,J £v EEMOND HARTSOCK CLASS Of 11943 OFFICERS President Edmond Hartsock Vice-President Frank Snellgrove Secretary Martha Richardson Treasurer Hewlett " Bud " Brown Freshmen Advisor Paul Allbright Sponsor _ Dr. H. C. Huitt We, the class of 1943, entered the portals of Arkansas State College as typical fresh- men. We were frightened by the new world that was just opened to us and awed by the upperclassmen, but freshmen mixers, parties, and the friendly atmosphere soon eased the tension, and we began to feel at home. Er. H. C. Huitt, our sponsor, introduced us to our new surroundings and soon we became attached to our environment. We went through the traditional initia- tion, wearing green caps, shining shoes, clean- ing rooms, and bowing to upperclassmen. The class, as a whole, won its share of honors, both in athletics and in scholastics. James Tate Cockrill received an appointment to Annapolis. The entire class of ' 43 looks backward at our freshman year with joy; and we pause momentarily to look forward to the next three years of social and educational activities here. Page 54 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen KATHERINE L. ABBOT Maynard, Ark. MARGARET J. ACTON Blytheville, Ark. RICHARD F. ADAMS Jonesboro, Ark. JOHN R. AHERN Pueblo, Colo. RUTH J. ARCHER Jonesboro, Ark. ELLEN E. ARMSTRONG Lake City, Ark. THOMAS K. ARNOLD Forrest City, Ark. R. ELIZABETH AUSTIN Hazen, Ark. CHARLES P. BAILEY Egypt, Ark. GERALD D. BAKER Thayer, Mo. MELDA BALL Monette, Ark. BETTY A. BARNETT Jonesboro, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 55 SARAH M. BARRETT Jonesboro, Ark REBA BARRON Lake City ,Ark. HELEN M. BATTLES Jonesboro Ark. KENNETH BENSON Walnut Ridge, Ark. J. LEE BLALOCK Bay, Ark. WARREN C. BLALOCK Paragould, Ark. J. R. BLEVINS Salem, Ark. SUNSHINE BOYD Paragould, Ark. HELEN BRADLEY Grubbs, Ark. W. R. BRIGG Weiner, Ark. GWENDOLYN R. BROWN Grand Rapids, Mich. LOUISE BROWNLEE Dell, Ark. Page 56 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen MARTHA K. BRYANT Luxora, Ark. PEARL M. BUCHANAN Jonesboro, Ark. WILMA C. BUHRM ESTER Jonesboro, Ark. JAMES A. BURNETT JR. West Helena, Ark. GUY B. CARDER Searcy, Ark. ROSCOE J. CARPENTER Lake City, Ark. MARY L. CARROLL Jonesboro, Ark. M. FRANCES CHASTAIN Jonesboro, Ark. MARIDECINE CLARKE Steele, Mo. JAMES T. COCKRILL Crawfordsville, Ark. C. RAY COLE JR. Jonesboro, Ark. GORDON COOPER Lake City, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 57 ROSEMARY COOPER. Tyronza, Ark. VICTOR C. CRAFTON Jonesboro, Ark. EUGENIA CRAWFORD Blytheville, Ark. JAMES A. CROOK Blytheville, Ark. OLLIE E. CROOK Parkin, Ark. FRANK B. DEAN Tyronza, Ark. HAL A. DETRICK Jonesboro, Ark. MARIE DOUGLAS Palestine, Ark. FRANCES DOWLESS Monette, Ark. HAZEL DUDLEY Trumann, Ark. MAX EDENS Tyronza, Ark. VERA ELLIS Viola, Ark. Page 58 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen GLENN H. FITZGERALD Newport, Ark. LOUIS A. FITZGERALD Little Rock, Ark. MARY D, FITZGERALD Blytheville, Ark EULAHGENE FLETCHER Paragould, Ark. MILDRED FLETCHER Faragould, Ark. LOUIS M. FRAZIER Parkin, Ark. JOHN H. FRANKLIN Jonesboro, Ark. DANIEL A. GARNER Portia, Ark. CYRIL GARRETT Birmingham, Ala. IRENE GAUF Leachville, Ark. LUCILLE E. GEIGER Paragould, Ark. JOE B. GIBSON Little Rock, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 59 LILLIE GIDCOMB Leachville, Ark. CLIFFORD GIPSON Jonesboro, Ark. RUPERT W. GLENN Bald Knob, Ark. LAURA E. GREER Harrisburg, Ark. LOUISE L. GREER Harrisburg, Ark. ALBERT W. GRIER Jonesboro, Ark. MARY Y. GRIER Jonesboro, Ark. JAMES GRIMES Piggot, Ark. EARL A. HARRIS Tuckerman, Ark. EDMOND P. HARTSOCK Poplar Bluff, Mo. MARY K. HARVEY Marked Tree, Ark. EULENE HEATH Forrest City, Ark. Page 60 Freshmen HAROLD H. HEATHCOTT Swifton, Ark. LORENE HENDRIX Bono, Ark. WILLIAM H. HICKOX Jonesboro, Ark. ALLYNE HOBGOOD Monette, Ark. JUANITA B. HUBER Weiner, Ark. G. C. HYNEMAN Corinth, Miss. BABE JACKSON Jonesboro, Ark. MACK JAMISON Jonesboro, Ark. GERALD Ei. JOHNSON Pollard, Ark. MAX1NE JOHNSTON Lepanto, Ark. ERNESTINE KAPPLE Faragould, Ark. GEORGE C. KELL Swifton, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 61 WILLIAM E. KILPATRICK Marianna, Ark. AZEL R. KING Holland, Mo. EETTY J. KORSPETER Jonesboro, Ark. HENRY LAFFERTY Caruthersville, Mo. CHARLES L. LANE Figgot, Ark. PAULINE LANGLEY Piggot, Ark. EDWIN R. LAUDERDALE Jonesboro, Ark. BONNIE V. LAWHON Pocahontas, Ark. JAMES LYONS Shippensburg, Pa. ROBERT D. MACK Dearborn, Mich. HORACE L. MAGEE Ccuuthersville, Mo. JAMES D. MATHIS Jonesboro, Ark. Page 62 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen BUDDY J. McCALL Portia, Ark. LEONARD McCANN Dyess, Ark. FLOY R. McFARLAND Senath, Mo. CATHERYN McGAUGHEY Lake City, Ark. SAM R. McGINNIS Marianna, Ark. E. M. McILROY Elevenpoint, Ark. VIRGINIA MEAD Manila, Ark. FRANCES L. MERRELL Hoxie, Ark. GEORGE C. MOORE Little Rock, Ark. SARA C. MOORE Brookland, Ark. JOHN A. MORRIS Jonesboro, Ark. MARY A. NABERS Blytheville, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 63 SHELDON G. NELSON Polland, Ark. JOHN W. NUNNALLY Jonesboro, Ark. RUBY O ' DELL Paragould, Ark. WILLIAM B. OLIVE Dyess, Ark. THOMAS E. OSMENT Jonesboro, Ark. MACON PARKER Paragould, Ark. NANCY PATTERSON Jonesboro, Ark. JAMES B. PETERSON Jonesboro, Ark. JOHN PICKENS Jonesboro, Ark. JEWELL POAG Manila, Ark. LOWELL E. POUNDS Bay, Ark. HELEN POWELL Jonesboro, Ark. Page 64 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen JIMMIE J. PURVIS Tulot, Ark. CLAUDE L. PYLE Jonesboro, Ark. EEL1INE REDDISH West Plains, Mo. HENRY A. REGISTER Clarendon, Ark. ECRCTHY R. RENSHAW Harrisburg, Ark. MARTHA RICHARDSON Warren, Ark. SIBYL RICKMAN Lake City, Ark. JAMES T. ROBERTSON Lake City, Ark. HELEN ROBBS Jonesboro, Ark. RCSALEE ROBINSON Jonesboro, Ark. GUSSIE MAE ROREX Egypt, Ark. JOHN W. ROWLAND, JR. Walnut Ridge, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 65 ALICE N. SALIBA Blytheville, Ark. PHILLIP SALIBA Joiner, Ark. BABE SECOY Jonesboro, Ark. ELVIRA L. SELLERS Hardy, Ark. DELL SETTLEMIRE Jonesboro, Ark. PRELL SETTLEMIRE Jonesboro, Ark. MARY E. SHAUVER Round Pond, Ark. EDITH SHEARER Brookland, Ark. CLEMENTINE SHEPPARD Roseland, Ark. HELEN I. SIMS Cotton Plant, Ark. IRA A. SIMS Bassett, Ark. BETTY M. SING Maynard, Ark. Page 66 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen WANDA F. SMITH Bono, Ark. JAMES F. SNELLGROVE Jonesboro, Ark. SHELBY SPECK Frenchman Bayou, Ark. ERNESTINE STAGGS Jonesboro, Ark. THOMAS STAYTON Walnut Ridge, Ark. BETTYE STOTTS Caraway, Ark. MARJORIE F. SUTTON Viola, Ark. VERDIE SWINDLE Paragould, Ark. CLAY W. THOMPSON Pocahontas, Ark. GLENN THOMPSON Lake City, Ark. MARIAN THORPE Jonesboro, Ark. NORMAN TILLMAN Walcott, Ark. Freshmen NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 67 MABEL TRAYLOR Chattanooga, Tenn. TOMMY W. TULLOS Trumann, Ark. RICHARD A. TURNER Trumann, Ark. WANDA L. TURNER Bay, Ark. WESLEY C. WALKER Jesup, Ark. VERNON B. WARR Jonesboro, Ark. FANNIE L. WOOD Jonesboro, Ark. HAROLD WOOD Parkin, Ark. LEE S. WOODSIDE Thomasville, Mo. Page 68 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Freshmen §TCIDIE T§ WIITIH NO PICTURES JUNIORS W. E. Park Gayle H. Herman Mrs. Luvenia Ackerman Winfred J. Baker Ernest L. Briggs Leroy Brownlee William G. Brunei- Nathan Carpenter Ralph B. Chapman Basil Dacus Mrs Blanche Davis Paul Goodwin Jimmy Jinks Robert Johnson Aanen O. Knutsen Robert J. Ranch Nina Rea Mrs. Mildred Roth I. J. Snowden Lucy Z. 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F 1 i v il 1 UCI b J_t. X dlX T-Tprma n P Wa lis XTcl lllcxll V_ . VV CXXIO David Lauderdale Alton C. Felts Richard R. Washburn Jack Lewis Cecil L. Gibson Gerald G. Watkins Laura Linderman Doyle Gibson George H. Watts S. G. Lockhart Nadine Grable Joe Wilkinson Ben McCarroll Jack H. Griffin James D. Williams P. D. McCulloch Billy O. Hampton Gwendolyn M Williams Imogene Mounce Chester R. Harris Joseph C. Wise Mary Mullins Grace L. Harris Loyd T. Yarbrough Arthur O ' Bryant W. Preston Harris Loyce T. Young NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 69 ALLEN RUSSELL AUSTIN Band 4; Basketball 4. FRANCES DEMETRA BARTON Internat. Relations Club; " The Tin Hero " 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL HALE BLACKWOOD, JR. F. F. A. 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4. VIVIAN PAULINE BOWDON Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Le Cour Francais 4; " The Tin Hero " 3. HARRY RENARD BROWN Basketball 3, 4. CLYDE WALDO COLEMAN " The Tin Hero " 3. GEORGE EDWARD ELMORE, JR. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Internat. Relations Club Pres. 4; Le Cour Francais 4. GEORGE GREGORY F. F. A. 3; Basketball 4; Internat. Relations Club 4. RUTH MARIE GRIFFIN Basketball 3, 4; G. A. A. Treas. 4; " The Tin Hero " 3. JACQUELINE ELLEN HAGUE Home Ec. Club Pres. 4; Glee Club Pres. 3, 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; " The Tin Hero " 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Internat. Relations Club 4. ELIZABETH EUGENIA HALE G. A. A., Vice-Fres. 3, 4; Glee Club Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Le Cour Francais Sec. 4. WILLIAM CASH HARPER Basketball 2, 3, 4; Male Chorus 4; Internat. Relations Club 4. Page 70 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Training School MARGARET WILLADEEN HINSON Home Ec. Club Sec. 3; G. A. A. Pres. 4; Bas- ketball 3, Sub-Capt. 4. MAURICE CARTER KIECH Class Pres. 3, 4; Male Chorus 4; " The Tin Hero " 3. WILLIAM BROWN LACY, JR. F. F. A. Pres. 3, 4; Le Cour Francais 4; Male Chorus 4. WELDON EUGENE MARCUM Basketball 3, 4; Male Chorus 4; Senior Class Vice-Pres.; " The Tin Hero " 3. WILLIAM BERT McEWEN Internat. Relations Club 4; F. F. A. 2; Male Chorus 4. JEAN LOUISE PARKER Glee Club 3, Sec. 4; Basketball 3, 4; Le Cour Francais Vice-Pres. 4; " The Tin Hero " 3. FRANK JOSEPH POHLNER F. F. A. 3; Basketball 3. MAUDENA FRANCES SANDIFER Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Home Ec. Club 3; G. A. A. 4. JIMMIE FORGEY THOMPSON Class Pres. 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Internat. Re- lations Club 4. AUDREY IVA TURMAN Internat. Relations Club 4; Basketball 4; G. A. A. 4. VETA PEARL VINSON Commercial Club 3; Class Vice-Pres. 3; Class Treas. 4; " The Tin Hero " 3. Training School NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 71 EON ALB ARCHER WHEATLEY Basketball 3, 4; " The Tin Hero " 3; Internal. Relations Club 4. EiZTTTY JEANNE WHEATLEY Home Ec. Club Pres. 3. HISTCZY CF THE SENIOR CLASS Completing four years of leadership in ichool activities, we, the largest class ever to be graduated from the Training School, are proud of our record. Membeis of the class are responsible for starting the first and only high school newspaper written in French, Le Petit Temps, in the State. Cur class is also responsible for originatng our school paper, the Slate High Examiner. J. H. Mason has been our sponsor throughout our high school caieer. UNDERCLASS OFFICERS DOROTHY LEE GREGG ■Junior Vice-President DENVER CLARK Sophomore President EILLY AUTREY Sophomore Vice-President MARTHA BARTON Sophomore Sec ' y-Treasurer ELZA WAINSCOTT Freshman President CAROLYN HALE Freshman Vice-President ANNA NELL THOMAS Freshman Secretary HAROLD PERRY Fi eshman Treasurer Page 72 Training School TRAILING SCIMOOL HOMECOMING QDEIEIM Af lD Oil A II IDS Jean Parker Betty Jeanne Hale Hazel Burdyshaw Betty Jeanne Hale was elected queen to reign at State High ' s annual Homecoming game, which closed the basketball season. She won the election in a school wide vote in which she more than doubled the votes polled by her nearest competitiors Jean Parker and Hazel Burdyshaw, both of whom acted as maids of honor in her court. On March 6, during the halves of the Homecoming game with Nettieton High School, Cap- tain Donald Wheatley crowned Miss Hale. A resume of the basketball season for 1939-40 is as follows: BOYS BASKETBALL SCORES GIRLS State High 32 Brookland 21 11 Brookland 22 28 Caraway 18 16 Caraway 19 17 Caraway 23 42 Caraway 6 17 Black Oak 33 17 Black Oak 14 26 Nettieton 16 9 Nettieton 11 26 Bay 18 27 Bay 47 31 Dixie 22 35 Dixie 33 27 Prospect 62 15 Prospect 7 12 Philadelphia 61 26 Philadelphia 6 27 Monette 19 22 Monette 32 14 Alexandria 35 20 Alexandria 18 19 Rector 30 27 Rector 51 46 Bay 38 31 Bay 29 5 Weiner 10 14 Werner 21 21 Monette 18 15 Monette 15 10 Nettieton 28 19 Nettieton 11 Page 74 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Training School GIRLS ' BASKETBALL TEA PHI Front Row: A. Austin, F. Buhrmester, G. Gregory, W. Marcum, H. Brown. Second Row: Mrs. J. H. Mason, Coach, M, Burdyshaw, F. Barton, W. Hinson, Co-captain, H. Burdyshaw, Captain, A. Turman, J. Parker, L. Glasgow, J. Caldwell, Ass ' t. Coach. BOYS ' BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row: C. Hale, J. Hague, M. McCoy, R. Griffin, P. Gibson. Second Row: Coach Adams, B. Glasgow, M. Kiech, B. Harper, D. Wheatley, E. Glasgow, B. Turner. Training School NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 75 1. Mason catching flies. 2. Ruth looks at the birdie. 3.Mrs. Eldridge proves that school teachers carry " loads of work " . 4. Bill playing, as usual. 5. " Who says it ' s cold? " 6. Through these portals enter many happy (?) souls. 7. Sophisticated seniors. 8.Guess who? 9.Another field trip. lO.Perfect balance. ll.How about that, Carolyn? 12.Hazel and Mildred defie the cold weather. 13.Lacy in a serious mood. H.Fut- ure agriculturists. 15.Coach gives some good advice. 16.Barton goes a-riding. 17.Lacy meets his match. 18.Watching the game. 19. " What ' s funny, Jackie? " 20.State Hi ' s beautiful entrance. 21.Maudena gives out. 22.Audrey and Hazel. 23.Bill with his boys. 24.Spring is here. 25.Leaving for a field trip. ROTC Page 77 Capt. F. J. Achatz Maj. W. E. Corkill Capt. J. L. Lewis SCENE: Administration Building TIME: September 10, 1936 Arkansas State College ' s new R. O. T. C. regiment has just finished a week of classroom work, and two outdoor drills. Only last year was State given the army unit, and nearly 200 boys have enrolled to date. Major W. E. Corkill is Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and his assistans are Cap- tain Boniface Campbell and Captain John L. Lewis. The former two were army officers dur- ing the World War, while Captain Lewis graduated from West Point in the class of 1926. According to regulations, each freshman and sophomore is required to take the basic course, the last two years are on a selective basis. Only a few students will be honored by this selection for advanced training and still fewer will become Reserve Officers in the U. S. Army. SCENE: Military Sciene Hall TIME: April 15, 1940 In less than one month the first regular four-year R. O. T. C. students will receive their degree and their commission in the Reserve Association. Although a few of the students, who were sophomores in 1936, were allowed to finish the course in three years, this year will mark the first regular graduates. " Much water has run under the bridge " in the past four years. Major Corkill is still head of the Regiment. Captain Lewis, also, is still at State, but Captain Campbell was promoted to a Major and sent to the War College in Washington, D. C. To replace him, Captain F. J. Achatz was sent to State, and has been hers for the past two years. During the past year work has been cente ed at State on the new Science Building and adjoining Military Science Hall. Both buildings were built at a cost exceeding $200,000. All mil- itary science classes are now conducted here. During the first year the Administration Building was used, and for the two intermediate years classes were conducted in the old Ar- mory building. For three consecutive years the regiment has been given a rating of " Excellent " . As rat- ings are usually given late in the year, we can only predict a fourth consecutive " Excellent " as we go to press. Of the 15 R. O. T. C. students that will graduate this year, 10 are expected to receive their commissions as 2nd Lieutenant in the Reserve Corps. Four are candidates for the Honor Graduate Award, having been chosen by the Army Selection Board earlier in the semester. Page 78 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY ROTC Angus Rutledge Paul Allbright Ira Gray REGIMENTAL STALE Paul Allbright _ Colonel James D. Ramsey Lieutenant Colonel Joe G. Hughes _ Regimental Adjutant Angus Rutledge _ Major 1st. Battalion Ira Gray Major 2nd. Battalion Jerry Wimberly 1st. Battalion Adjutant Fred Moore - 2nd. Battalion Adjutant G. C. Driver _ Captain Battery A Dan Adams _ Captain Battery B Fred Niell _ Captain Battery C Edwin Garrison Captain Battery D Frank Elder Captain Band Kelly Thomson _ Regimental Staff Captain Jimmie English .... Regimental Staff Captain James Ramsey Joe Hughes Kelly Thomson Jimmie English ROTC NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 79 BATTERY " A " Front Row: Barnhill (Sgt.); Powell (2nd Lt.i; Chitwood (2nd Lt.); Thomson (Capt.); Driver (Capt.); Metzler (2nd Lt.); Smith, L. C. (2ndLt.); Carpenter (2nd Lt.); Huber (Sgt.). Second Row: Wilson (Cpl.); Lauderdale, J. B. (Cpl.); Hulen (Cpl.); Park (Cpl.); Tibbels (C ' pl.); Worsley (Cpl.); Kopp (Cpl.); Wiles; Pugh; Crafton; Benson. Third Row: Brown; Pounds; Harris, W. P.; Cgles; Adams; Cockrill; Crist; Pyle; Settlemire, D.C.; Blalock; Pepper; Burk (Sgt.) Top Row: Daugherty; Frazier; Mays, E.C.; Freeman; Bolton; Fisher; Crook, O.; Lane. ENLISTED FERSONNEL Pfc. R. J. Lewiy, Pfc. L. G. Mitchell, Sgt. Paul Campbell, Tech Sgt. E. L. Gaines, Sgt. T. J. Campbell, Sgt. L. C. Skari, Pfc. Marvin J. Frost, Pfc. A. E. Snodgrass. BATTERY " B " Front Row: Jones (Cpl.); Word (Sgtj; Shelton (2nd Lt.); Rees (2nd Lt.); English (Capt.); Adams (Capt.); Settlemire, P. (2nd Lt.); Craig (2ndLt.); Cureton (2ndLt.); Mad- dox (Sgt.); Hunton (Cpl.). Second Row: Hartsock; McEwen (Cpl.); Knowlton (Cpl.); Settlemire, CP.; Fitzgerald, L. A.; Jamison, M.; Barham; Collier (Cpl.); Jamison, H.L. (Cpl.); Lawson (Cpl.); Moore, G.C.; Sims. Third Row: Warr; Cureton, B.; Cooper; Griffin; Burton; Bailey; Pruett; Blackwood, J. G.; Osment; Rongey. Top Row: Threlkeld; Hynson; Miller; Parker, W.D.; Ketterman; Franklin; Snellgrove. PISTOL TEAM B. Jones, G. H. Fitzgerald, T. N. Threlkeld, M. Frazier, B. Barnhill, C. Clark, F. Pugh. BATTERY " C " Front Row: Booker (Cpl.); Hoffman (Sgt.); Salmon (2nd Lt.); Crockett (2nd Lt.); Wim- berley (Capt.); Niell (Capt.); Felley 2ndLt.): Rorex (2nd Lt.); Rodgers (Sgt.); Conder (Cpl.). Second Row: Kessler; Morris; Gibson, U.S.: Price (Cpl.); Lauderdale, D.W. (Cpl.); Thomp- son, C; McCall; Johnson; Mack; Husband (Cpl.); Arnold. Third Row: Middleton; Hynemann, B.F.: Heathcott; Kell; Woodside; Eldridge; Diggs; Wood; Ellis; Nelson; Fitzgerald, G.H.; Turner. Top Row: Edens; Lauderdale, E.; Harris, C. R.; Ledbetter; Swarens; Kinnel; Loftis (Sgt.); Sample; Lewis; McGuire (Cpl.). ARTILLERY DRILL BATTERY " D " Front Row: Pate (Cpl.); Chisum (Sgt.); Schroeder (2ndLt.); Graham 2ndLt.); Hughes (Capt.); Garrison (Capt); Shell (2nd Lt.); Moore (2nd Lt.) ; Clardy (Sgt.) ; Whidden (Cpl.) Second Row: Harris, E. A.; Donley; Leiter; Lyons; Frazier (Cpl.); Pickens; Houston; Wil- liams; Gipson, C.L.; Baker; Burnett. Third Row: Mays, A.M. (Cpl.); Gibson, J.B.; Robertson; Johnson; Grier; Glenn; Till- man; Purvis. Top Row: McGinnis; Smith; Yarbrough; Gibson, C.L.; Thompson, G.; Young; Tullos. CORIPS ATTENTION VOLUNTEER MOTOR BATTERY Front Row: Moore, TP. (Sgt.); Salmon (Sgt.); Hughes (2nd Lt. ; Wimberley (2nd Lt.); Gray (1st Lt.); Allbright (1st Lt.); Adams (2nd Lt.); Moore, F.P. (2nd Lt.); Crockett (1st Sgt.); Shell (Sgt.); Smith (Sgt.); Shelton (Sgt.). Second Row: Graham, B.P. (Sgt.); Craig (Sgt.); Flannigan; Kopp; Pepper; Garner; Price; Lauderdale, D.W. (Cpl.); Harris, E.A.; Johnson, G.; Ledbetter; Cureton, W.A. (Sgt.) ; Chitwood (Sgt.), Third Row: Barham; Brown; Hoffman (Cpl.); Crook, J.A.; Warr; Wiles; Clark (Cpl.); Frazier, M. (Cpl.); Tibbels (Cpl.); Gibson, J.B.; Barnhill (Cpl.). Fourth Row: Cockrill; Clardy (Cpl.); Harris, W.P.; Thompson, G.; Hartsock; Rongey. Fifth Row; Hynson; Park (Cpl.); Gibson, D.S.; Mayes, E.C.; Swarens; Glenn; Lewis; Mc- Guire (Cpl.); Pate; Smith. Front Row: Parker, J.M.; Mays, W.C. (Cpl.); Clark (Sgt.); Crane (Capt.); Elder (Capt.); Haynes (2nd Lt.); Oldham (Sgt.); McCoy (Cpl.); Heagler. Top Row: Hickox; Kilpatrick; Cole; Carnation; Lockhart; Fortenberry (2nd Lt.); Ahern; Olive; Harris, CD. (Cpl.); Briggs; Magee. l.Jay and Dan try out the Cavalry. 2. Thomson all shined up with no place to go. 3.Driver starts his guard duty (P. S. Wonder how many times he made his rounds). 4.Thumbing to camp. 5.Wednesday afternoon off. 6. " Let ' s hurry, we ' ve finished 5 pistols— only 62 more to clean. " 7.Pinky goes dating. 8.Allbright reaches for a high one. 9. " Who threw that rock? " lO.Paul takes his first and last ride (He still uses Sloan ' s for those sore spots). WYNNIE B. STONE 1st Battalion Sponsor LORRAINE SECOY Regimental Queen DOROTHY WILCOX 2nd Battalion Sponsor EUGENIA CRAWFORD MARIDECINE CLARK REBA MOCK Battery " C " Sponsor Sponsor Battery " D " Sponsor Band Page 86 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Military l.Hold on, there she goes. 2.Last day in camp. 3.Thinking of Manhattan " lassies " , Bob? 4.A11 ready to fire. 5.That weekly clean-up period at Riley. 6.1n that hot Kansas sun. 7.Allbright absent-mindedly going to ROTC drill. 8.A little volley ball after a hard day. 9.Wimberly doing " extra duty. " lO.At the end of the day. ll.Garrison leaving for " K. P. " duty. l.Griffin looks plenty happy. 2.Wynnie B. and Jane shine with their " pupils " . 3.Lacy smokes his first " weed " . 4.Star basketeers pose off court. 5.Carolyn rides high. 6.Warr can ' t forget Parker. 7.0ne of Bill ' s big " moments " . S.State High sits quietly in the snow. 9.Veta and Maudena. lO.Barton keeps two on her line. ll.Miss Mel French (future State co-ed). 12. " A11 hail, Queen Hale. " 13.Hazel steals the show. H.Donnie puts the finishing touches on Betty Jean as team looks on. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 89 OFFICERS President Imogene Baker Vice-President Patty Sanders Recording Secretary Floride Hanify Corresponding Secretary Martha Jean Booker Treasurer ____ Sunshine Lile Historian Noralyn Fortinberry Rush Captain Lorraine Secoy Sponsor Mrs. James Mason Alpha Sigma Sorority was founded by eight girls on Feb. 25, 1935, on the campus of Arkansas State College. Dorothy Lea Lines, Wynne, served as the first President, with Mrs. Adelaide Rogers Gafke as first Sponsor. Imogene Baker is now serving her second term as President, with Mrs. James H. Mason, Spnsor. The purpose of this organization is to further the aims of Arkansas State College by fostering social participation for the attainment of cul- ture and by encouraging educational achievements. In September, Alpha Sigma welcomes all new girls with a tea; and during commence- ment week, a tea is given complimenting the Senior girls. Each spring the pledges of Alpha Sigma are introduced at a formal dance. Alpha Sigma chooses every year a sponsor from each fraternity on the campus. This year the following were chosen: James Ramsey, Delta Omega Sigma; J. D. Fortenberry, Kappa Sigma Nu; and Paul Allbright, Zeta Tau Zeta. A medal is presented annually to the outstanding student of the music department on Honor ' s Day by Alpha Sigma; and at the same time a collection of books is presented to the library. Patrons and Patronesses of Alpha Sigma are : Mrs. James Hocker Mason, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Huitt, Mrs. D. F. Pasmore, Mrs. V. C. Kays, Captain and Mrs. F. J. Achatz, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McMeans, Mrs. D. T. Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Plunkett, and Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Lut- terloh. Page 90 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations Top Row: Margaret Jane Acton, Martha Jean Booker, Gene Brown, Louise Brownlee, Eugenia Crawford, Mary D. Fitzgerald, Noralyn Fortinberry. Second Row: Robin Gill, Laura Greer, Louise Greer, Floride Hanify, Hazel Johnston, Sun- shine Lile, Katheryn McGaughey. Third Row: Reba Mock , Mary Ann Nabers, Helen Neece, Nancy Patterson, Kathleen Reas- ons, Martha Richardson, Patty Sanders. Fourth Row: Babe Secoy, Lorraine Secoy, Wynnie B. Stone, Helen Sturdivant, Ruth Thomas, Dorothy Wilcox. No Picture: Esther Virginia Detrick. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 91 OFFICERS President Mary Ellen White Vice-Presdent , Irene Johnson Recording Secretary Mary June Booker Corresponding Secretary Marzee Ann Rowan Treasurers Elizabeth Finch Margaret Finch Pledge Mistress Orieda Horn Historian Juanita Jackson Sponsor _ Miss Eleanor Heuver Alpha Tau Zeta Sorority received its charter March 3, 1937. The initial group consisted of eighteen girls, with Bettye Sue Fortenberry as President. Miss Eleanor Heuver was appointed Sponsor, and she is still serving in that capacity. Each year the sorority has several functions which have come to be a part of its regular program. Every fall the members give a tea at the beginning the school year in honor of all the girls in the dormitories, the freshman girls in town, and all of the faculty members. The backward dance, given in November, is an annual affair. The anniversary is always cele- brated with a banquet and dance. The main project of the sorority is the writing of the history of the college under the title " From Papoose to Chieftain. " The Indian theme is predominant in the duties and cere- monials of pledging for new members. The patrons of the sorority, Major and Mrs. W. E. Corkill, Captain and Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrett Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Shover, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Patty, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Nedrow, Mr. H. W. Hollard, Mr. Roy Sigler, Mrs. H. W. Hollard our charter member, are special guests of the members at the anniversary banquet and dance. Page 92 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations Top Row: Elizabeth Armstrong, Mary June Eooker, Sarah June Daugherty, LaRue DeField, Hazel Dudley, Elizabeth Finch. Second Row: Margaret Finch, Eulahgene Fletcher, Mildred Fletcher, Mary Kathryn Har- vey, Eulene Heath, Oreida Horn. Third Row: Babe Jackson, Irene Johnson, Janice King, Ruth McBride, Helen Powell, De- laine Reddish. Fourth Row: Rosa Lee Robinson, Marzee Ann Rowan, Alice Saliba, Mabel Smith, Wanda Faye Smith, Majora Sutton. No Picture: Juanita Jackson. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 93 OFFICERS President Kathryn Rittinger Vice-President Gladys Fisher Secretary Jane Rauls Treasurer -. Retty Mason Historian Retty Jo Korspeter Reporter _ Rosemary Cooper Chaplain Mary Elise Rrown Sponsor _ _. Miss Ruth Collins Honorary Member Miss Lenore Schierding Under the leadership of Miss Kathryn Rittinger, President, and Miss Ruth Collins, Sponsor, Delta Reta Chi is now in its fifth year of existence, having been the first organized sorority on the Arkansas State College campus. The two chief annual events of the year are the sorority ' s Birthday Dinner Dance in February and a formal dinner given for its patrons and patronesses. Through its emphasis upon scholastic records and its attempts to extend the hand of soc- iability to the young women of the college, Delta Beta Chi has won its place on the cam- pus. Included in its program of the year is the sponsorship of a no-date dance at the beginning of the school year, the awarding of a suitable prize to the organization presenting the best chapel program of the year, and the annual summer convention held in Memphis for the purpose o f making plans for sorority work in the next school year. In addition, there are numerous sorority parties, dinners, and informal gatherings. This year the sorority extended an invitation to Miss Lenore Schierding, Patroness, to be- come its first honorary member. Included in the group, other than the students, are also Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Crosno, Mr. and Mrs. Guy French, Miss Emma Rogers, Captain and Mrs. H. E. Eldridge, Mrs. E. L. Whitsitt, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hickey, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cooley, Sr., Mrs. H. W. Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Trout. Page 94 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations Top Row: Ruth Jane Archer, Donnie Bird, Mary Elise Brown, Mary Louise Carroll, Rose- mary Cooper. Second Row: Gladys Fisher, Mary Louise Grier, Juanita Huber, Sedley Izard, Betty Jo Kcrspeter, Betty Mason. Third Row: Sarah Caroline Moore, Jane Rauls, Connie Wallace, Lenore Schierding, Hon- orary Member, Helen Hetherington, Alumni President. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 95 OFFICERS President James Ramsey Vice-President — . Ivor Morrison Secretary Edwin Garrison Treasurer Frank Elder Historian W. C. Mays Chaplain ' . Paul Hoffman Sergeant-at-arms James Lauderdale " Let ' s have a fraternity. " Those were the final words spoken at a meeting of five young men at Danner Hall one cold winter night late in 1934. That informal meeting resulted in the founding of Arkansas State ' s pioneer fraternity, Eelta Omega Sigma, on January 25, 1935. It was the task of Charles Light to draw up the Fraternity ' s constitution. Light, the son of a jurist, proved indispensable in his knowledge of the technicalities and phrasing of a well drafted constitution. It was this same constitution that was accepted by President V. C. Kays end the Board of Trustees, and which still governs the organization. The first election of officers found the Fraternity ' s enrollment had swelled to almost twenty men — with Harry French, Robert N. Vaughn, J. Wm. McElvain, Jim Penix, Bobby Surridge, Cwen Elkins, William N. Faulkner as active members. Since that year, this organization has grown to what it stands for today. Under its many capable president — Charles Light, Paul Chambers, Eddie Heath, Lloyd Hancock, and James Ramsey — this organization sponsored by C. E. JtCcMeans, has always done its part in promot- ing the activities which make for the better scholastic and social surroundings on the cam- pus. During the past four years Delta Omega Sigma has sponsored dances with the profit being used to help in the Annual drive. For the past three years the Fraternity has held a formal dance. Ever since ts founding, the organization has given smokers and other entertain- ments to encourage students to attend State College. For the past few years, the fraternity has set aside a scholastic fund, to be increased each year, through which some student may borrow sufficient funds to help him continue his edu- cation. Page 96 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations Top Row: George Booker, Homer Branan, Jimmy Burnett, Roscoe Chitwood, James Cock- rill, Louie Coller, Martin Conder. Second Row: Billy Cureton, Frank Elder, G. W. Fitzgerald, Edwin Garrison, Bernard Graham, Carl Harris, Edmund Hartsock. Third Row: Ed Hoffman, Paul Hoffman, Hugh Jamison, James Lauderdale, James Lyons, Horace Magee, W. C. Mays. Fourth Row: Ulysses McCoy, Ivor Morrison, Raymond Pate, Louie Rodgers, I. A. Sims. No Picture: He " ' - " " Bud " Brown, Richard Donley, Daniel Garner, Dale Leiter. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 97 I AIPIPA SIGMA Nt) Caleb Davis Dr. Ashley Robey OFFICERS President Caleb L. Davis, Jr. Vice-President Jimmie English Secretary-Treasurer Jimmy Crockett Pledge Master Max Frazier Historian Dorse Keller Parliamentarian ._ Victor Wyatt Senior Steward Johnnie Loftis Junior Steward James Ray Haynes Corresponding Secretary Homer McEWen Sergeant-at-Arms Earl Bundy Chaplain J. D. Fortenberry Sponsor Dr. Ashley Robey Kappa Sigma Nu Fraternity was organized in February, 1935, with Leland McCandless of New Albany, Indiana, as President and Dr. Ashley Robey as Sponsor. Since that time, membership of the fraternity and alumni ass jciation has reached 101. Presidents since the initial year have been James Bridges of Walnut Ridge, Winford Wyatt of Jonesboro, Orville Kellet of Williford, and G. W. Clements of Th omasville, Mo. Social functions include the annual Christmas dance, the Spring Banquet, and an annual alumni New Year ' s Eve banquet. Kappa Sigma Nu holds an annual summer convention, usually in Memphis, with active and Alumni members attending. Page 98 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations FRATERNITY Top Row: Robert Ahern, Bruce B. Barnhill, Earl Bundy, Charles Clark, Jimmy Crockett, Jirr.mie English, L. A. Fitzgerald, J. D. Fortenberry. Second Row: Louis Frazier, Max Frazier, James Ray Haynes, Harold Heathcott, Bill Jones, Gecrge Kell, Donald Keller, Dorse Keller. Third Row: John Loftis, Homer McEwen, Sam McGinnis, Henry Metzler, Eugene Osmenc, John Pickens, Clifford Rorex, Dell Settlemire. Fourth Row: H. W. Hollard, Honorary Member, J. H. Mason, Faculty Member, Paul Settle- mire, Prell Settlemire, John Tibbies, Preston Wells, Victor Wyatt, W. W. Nedrow, Honorary Member, W. G. Shcver, Faculty Member. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 99 ZIETA TAU ZIETA Kelly Thomson Dorothy Wilcox Guy French OFFICERS Fresident ..... Kelly Thomson Vice-President Paul H. Allbright Secretary G. C. Driver Treasurer Thomas Ira Gray Historian Robert Pleitz Sergeant-at-Arms Joe Woods Sponsor Guy French Zeta Tau Zeta Fraternity was organized, February 9, 1937. Clarence Adams headed the promoton of better relationship among the ence Adams, Jonesboro, was succeeded by James withdrawal from Arkansas State at the end Potter, Pine Bluff. Charles was again chosen lailure to return to school, Wilson Sifford, duties until the election of a new President. Guy French and Dean B. Ellis serve as tively. For their Dream Girl of ' 38- ' 39 Miss Billie Miss Dorothy Wilcox of Jonesboro was selected Wilcox was presented at the Annual Anniversa the Ball and will rule over the fraternity In addition to the other activities of the medal to the outstanding journalist and athlete. Orville Kellett, and Ivan Busby. Winners of the L. Swindle. and chartered, on the campus of Arkansas State new fraternity, which took as its mission the fraternities and sororities of the College. Clar- DeShazo, Viola, as President. Following his cf the semester he was succeeded by Charles President for the forthcoming year. After his Vice-President, took over the administrative Faculty Sponsor and Activity Adviser respec- Masner of Monette, Arkansas, was selected, and to succeed Miss Masner for the year ' 39-40. Mise- ry Ball February 3. Miss Wilcox reigned over functions for the coming year, organization, the Z. T. Z. ' s offer, each year, a Winners of these medals have been: Athletics: Journalism cups were Clarence Adams, and J. Page 100 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations FRATERNITY Top Row: Dan Adams, Paul Allbright, Blane Barker, Ernest Brunson, James Chisum, Gus Craig, G. C. Driver, Donald Felley. Second Row: Joe Gibson, Ira Gray, Earl Harris, Gene Houston, Ed Huitt, Fred Lines, Robert Mack, P. D. McCulloch. Third Row: Dan McGuire, Tom Moore, Jimmy Myers, Fred Niell, Dan Pepper, Robert Fleitz, John Rowland, H. S. Salmon. Fourth Row: Bill Adams, Faculty Member, Leslie Sanderson. Kelly Thomson, Warren Thornton, Algie Wallace, Joe Wood, Dick Word, Dean Ellis, Faculty Member. No Picture: Nathan Carpenter. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 101 IPII GAMMA ML Dr. H. W. Andersen Alma Bremer OFFICERS President ■. Alma Bremer Vice-Piesident Mary Ellen White Seeietary-Treasurer Miss Eleanor Heuver Sponsor Dr. Holger W. Andersen Aikansas State College is the home of Beta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honor society. The national society was organized for the purpose of sending out from the colleges and universities, young men and women imbued with social idealism, trained in socal thought, and encouraged to help others think straightly on all social questions. Its motto is the fam- liar epigram, " Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. " Pi Gamma Mu has many individual members who have lived up to that motto in a large measure, among them being Dr. Edward A. Ross, head of the Sociology Department of the University of Wisconsin, and the lamous explorer, Admiral Richard E. Byrd. This honor society differs from other honorary societies in having an active program for the society as a whole as well as for the local chapters. Beta Chapter has a monthly meeting which is pleasantly divided between the consideration of current problems and socia- bility. It makes the Woodruff Award yearly to the Junor College student who does the most outstandng work in the Social Science field. It participates in the yearly trip to the Juvenile Court of Memphis and aids the social consciousness of the campus life. Page 102 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations HONOR SOCIETY Top Row: Leton Adams, Almeda Berry, Katheryn Bittinger, Mary June Booker, Norvell Erickell, Mrs. Mary Brown, Second Row: Gladys Fisher, James Ray Haynes, Eleanor Heuver, Mrs. H. W. Hollard, Dr. Huitt, Irene Johnson. Third Row: Miss Bernice Livengood, Mrs. James H. Mason, Ruth Rauls, Mrs. Nannie Rog- ers, Marzee Ann Rowan, Angus Rutledge, Patty Sanders. Fourth Row: Lenore Schierding, Ernest Schroeder, Camilla Sharp, Dr. Shover, Dr. Sho- ver, Dr. Showalter, Mary Ellen White, Dr. H. W. Andersen. No Picture: Mrs. H. W. Andersen, Mrs. Mildred Roth, Miss Helen Smith. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 103 Maj. W. E. Corkiil James Ramsey OFFICERS Captain First Lieutenant ... Second Lieutenant First Sergeant Sponsor Major W. E. Corkiil James D. Ramsey ... Kelly Thomson Paul H. Allbright Thomas Ira Gr y Only a few weeks after the installation of the R. O. T. C. regiment at Arkansas State College, the boys in the unit began talking about forming an Officers Club, and then after a year or so thinking it might be possible to " go national. " With this objective in mind and with Major W. E. Corkiil helping in every material way. it was not long until there was an of- ficers club on the campus, composed entirely of Cadet officers in the R. O. T. C. organization. With the untiring efforts of Grover Ashley and Francis Raymond, the Officers Club pre- sented all proper credentials to the Installation Board of Scabbard and Blade at its annual Summer convention held in Los Angeles in the summer of 1938. The convention members pas- sed by acclamation the request of the Officers Club of Arkansas State College to become af- filiated with the national honorary military iraternity, Scabbard and Blade. Major T. S. Crockett arrived at State soon after the conclave and installed the chapter here as M Company of the Seventh Regiment. The charter members were Grover Ashley, James Beard. Adley Caldwell. Lloyd Hancock, Robert Hughey, Jay Jordan, Joseph McGuire, James Ramsey. Francis Raymond. Gus Ray Ridings, Kelly Thomson, and Witt Wood. The first annual Scabbard and Blade Formal was given in the Spring of 1939 with only officers, non-commissioned officers, and their dates present. At this dance, the first pledges of the fraternity were presented after the Grand March. Scabbard and Blade entertained with its second Formal March 2, 1940. Immediately fol- lowing the Grand March the pledges for the semester were announced, and the Regimental sponsors for the R. O. T .C. unit were introduced. A series of smokers and dinner dances are given by the fraternity each year. Page 104 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORT ' S Organizations HONOR SOCIETY Top Row: John D. Adams, Paul Allbright, Roscoe Chitwood, Gus Craig, Jimmy Crockett, Billy Cureton, Caleb Davis. Second Row: Frank Elder, Jimmie English, J. D. Fortenberry, Edwin Garrison, Ira Gray, James Ray Haynes, Clifford Rorex. Third Row: H. W. Hollard, Capt. F. J. Achatz, Paul Settlemire, John R. Shell, Kelly Thomson, Capt. J. L. Lewis, V. C. Kays. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 105 11940 INDIAN STAFf Edwin H. Garrison Dr. Ashley Robey James D. Ramsey Editor-in-Chief Sponsor Business Manager Top Row: Imogene Baker, Senior Editor; Billy Jowers, Junior Editor; Reba Mock, Sopho- more Editor; Mary D. Fitzgerald, Freshmen Editor; Margaret Finch, Organizations Editor; Roscoe Chitwood, Organizations Editor; Oreida Horn, Social and Honor Societies Editor. Bottom row: Thomas Ira Gray, Mounting Editor; James Wilson, Mounting Editor; Victor Wyatt, Mounting Editor; W. E. Kilpatrick, Mounting Editor; Katheryn Bittinger, Art Ed- itor; Dorothy Wilcox, Art Editor; Louie Rodgers. Faculty Editor. Page 106 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations Top Row: Paul Settlemire, Asst. Bus. Mgr.; Clay Henderson, Assoc. Advtg. Mgr.; Fred Niell, Snapshot Editor; Earl Harris, Snapshot Editor: G. C. Driver, Sports Editor; Wynnie B. Stone, Sports Editor; Mary Ellen White, Secretary. Bottom Row: Edward Hoffman, Secretary; Laura Greer, Secretary; Louise Greer, Secretary; Irene Johnson, Index Editor; Lorraine Secoy. Index Editor; James Crockett, Index Editor, Bernard Graham, Asst. Advtg. Mgr. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 107 (kill A w CLUIb OFFICERS President Henry Metzler Vice-President Joe Wood Rec. Secy .... Eddie Hoffman Corr. Secy G. C. Driver Sgt.-At-Arms Tancil Caldwell Sponsor Wendell Davis Undertaking different projects from those of previous years, the " A " Club has been un- usually active in its interests this year. This organization sponsors the annual Homecoming Queen, basketball activities, and social events relative to varsity contests. It has undertaken to keep in closer relations wth alumni members of the club, creating an interest heretofore unknown. Only those men who have earned letters in the major varsity athletics are eligible for membership in this club. They seek at all times to enliven and further athletic interests on the campus. Front Row: J. Wilkinson, C. Smith, Paul Settlemire, H. Metzler, G. Driver, E. Sample, J. Woods. Second Row: D. Leiter, R. Chitwood, H. Dietrick, R. Ellis, E. Bolton, H. Heern. Page 108 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations A CAIPIPEIULA CIM01R OFFICERS President Imogene Baker Secretary Marzee Ann Rowan Treasurer Fred Niell Sponsor C. E. McMeans A graduate of State College, while reminis cing of his college days to his friends said, " The best times I had while at State were on the A Cappella Choir tours. " That graduate expressed only his ideas, but there are plently of students that will agree with him for each year the choir, under the genial lea dership of C. E. McMeans, makes trips to surrounding towns and gives concerts. For the past four years, more requests for performances have come to Mr. " Mac " than he could possibly fill. The annual trip to McCrory provides the best time for the choir members. Front Row: Jane Rawls, Gwendolyn Brown, Marilyn McHaney, Mary Brown, Helen Sturdi- vant, Laura Greer, Louise Greer, Laura Jones, Second Row: F. Lines, C. Moyers, S. Lockhart, Noralyn Fortinberry, Phoebe Reasons, Mar- tha Booker, Imogene Baker, Sedley Izard, Deronda Bird, Marzee Rowan. Third Row: G. Arrington, D. Settlemire, H. Austin, F. Niell, P. Wells, M. Jamison, T. Arnold. Prell Settlemire, L. McCann. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 109 AGRICULTURE CLUB OFFICERS President — Earl Bundy Vice-President John Shelton Secretary-Treasurer Charles Rongey Reporter Roscoe Chitwood Sponsor H. W. H ollard State College ' s oldest organization is the Agriculture Club. Formed in 1917 under the name " Hoof and Horn Club, " the " Ag " Club has functioned regularly to this date. It brings together in social meetings those men interested in all phases of agriculture. Its programs consist of practical and scientific talks. Every year the " Ag " members sponsor a Christmas Eance and a formal banquet. Kent Row: E. Worsley, J. Tibbels, C. Pongey, J. Shelton, E. Bundy, Dr. H. E. White, T. Cald- well, R. Chitwood, J. Lewis. Second Row : L. Rodgers, R. Pate, M. Cobb, B. Barker, E. Harris, D. Lauderdale, D. Lawson, C. Harris, G. Miller. Third Row: Prof. H. W. Hollard, J. Fortenberry, Prof. G. B. Grant, E. Wilson, C. Davis, E. Smith, B. Rogers, W. Kilpatrick. Fourth Row: R. Donley, I. Sims, R. Clardy, B. Olive. Page 110 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations ARKANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS President G. C. Driver Vice-President Jane Grey Ridley Sec. -Treasurer Mary June Booker Publicity Chairman Gage Vaughn Custodian Miss Lenore Schierding Sponsor Dr. H. C. Huitt This society, known as the Arkansas State College Historical Society, and in the second year of its existence is of interest to all students. 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 in school. The club collects documents, historical relics, and other data which may help to determine the history of this section. A museum has been started and the society expects to add several collections to it. The museum cases were a gift of the the class of ' 38. This Society bad its annual banquet in April in joint session with the Northeast Ark- ansas Historical Society. Parties and picnics are held at various times during the year. Front Row: Katherine Lane, Lou Stephens, Miss Lenore Schierding, Gladys Fisher, Dr. H. C. Huitt, G. Driver, Jane Ridley, Mary Booker, Wynnie Stone. Second Row : B. Graham, Christine Barnett, Ann Whitaker, Ruth Rauls, Reba Snowden, Vir- gina Meade, E. Worsley, E. Huitt, E. Smith, G. Vaughn. Third Row: M. Conder, H. Jamison, P. Hoffman, J. Haynes, L. Collier, G. Booker, R. Burrow, B. Rogers, R. Mack, R. Schnee. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 111 ASSOCIATION OIF CIMIIILIMOOID EIDUCATIIOIM OFFICERS President Alma Bremer Vice-President _. Margaret Finch Secretary Elizabeth Finch Treasurer Doris Bingham Sponsor Mrs. Bessie Howell The study program of the A. C. E. for the school year 1939-1940 includes different phases of seasonal festivals that may and should be included in the programs of all schools. By using the primary department of the Training School as our laboratory, we have been able to carry out some of our ideas of some of the festivals. There have been several social func- tions that contributed materially to the lives of those who participated. All who are interested in the study of the development of the lives of young children enjoy reading our current lit- erature and working with us in our plans. Front Row: Juanita Rains, Martha Richardson, Christine Barnett, Alma Bremer, Mrs. Bessie Howell, Doris Bingham, Lucille Park, Lou Stephens, Billie Masner. Second Row: Marie Douglas, Pauline Lang ley, Blanche Rickman, Elizabeth Finch, Margar- et Finch, Mary Davis, Verdie Swindle, Martha Deaton, Rose Fore, Betty Barnett. Third Row: Mary Mulins, Ruby Thompson, Nina Rea, Juanita Jackson, L ucille Work, Nola Campbell, Leona Shride, Lillie Gidcomb, Dorothy Baker, Mereda Langley, Page 112 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations BAIR IhART IBIEAUNAIUTS OFFICERS President Zula Ramsey Vice- President Marjorie Rinck Secretary-Treasurer — Miva Turney Reporter Marie Browner The Beanaut Club of A. S. C. was organized during the fall semester of 1938. Its purpose is to promote general interest in school and extra-curricular activities. This year a Christmas Party, held in the lounge of Barnhart Hall, was the social event. Other parties are given during the school year. Front Row: Edith Bulla, Cynthia Browning, Mary Prater, Veona Ramsey, Zula Ramsey, Miva Turney, Marjorie Renck, Susie Holler, Norma Hall. Second Row: Ruby O ' Dell, Iva Cage, Una Richardson, Frances DuPriest, Marie Browner, Iva Turney, Rosetta Ashbrook, Bernice Caldwell, Amogia Penney, Margie Davenport. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 113 CIMOIRAL CILUIb The fall project, of the mixed chorus was Handel ' s " Messiah. " Each year this oratorio is given in conjunction wth the Jonesboro Choral Club. The chorus parts were accompanied by an instrumental ensemble under the direction of Mr. Lester Somers. During the spring semester, the chorus worked on several selections which were pre- sented in concert. This year a group of twenty voices prepared Bach ' s Cantata, " Christ Lay In Death ' s Dark Prison, " and presented it at Easter. It was also given for the Nocturne Club and the First Methodist Church, Jonesboro. Front Row: Mary Brown, Jane Rauls, Helen Neece, Rosa Robinson, Sunshine Boyd, Mary Clark, Bonnie Lawhon, Helen Sturdivant, Wynme Stone, Jane Ridley, Laura Jones, Sedley Izard, Marzee Rowan. Second Row: Pauline Langley, Mary Davis, Laverne Moore, Virginia Emmons, Imogene Bak- er, Gwendolyn Brown, Laura Gree r, Louise Greer, Martha Booker, Marilyn McHaney, Phoebe Reasons, Deronda Bird, Noralyn Fortinberry. Third Row: H. Austin, C. Harris, L. Smith, M. Jamison, L. Brownlee, P. Barwick, D. Settle- mire, Prell Settlemire, L. McCann. Fourth Row: F. Niell, G. Arrington, C. Barham, L. Kinney, P. Wells. Page 114 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations DEBATING CEDE. OFFICERS President Norvell J. Brickell Vice-President Robert P. Pleitz Secratary P. D. McCulloch Reporter-Treasurer Warren H. Thornton Sponsor _ Dr. F. W. Plunkett From the Debating Club are chosen the members of the intercollegiate debating teams. During the current year, debates have been held with teams of West Tennessee Teachers at Memphis, Harding College at Searcy, Southeast Missouri Teachers at Cape Girardeau, Southern Illinois Normal University at Carbondale, State Teachers at Murray, Kentucky, Union University at Jackson, Tennessee, " Ole Miss " , Mississippi State College at Starkvile, and Hendrix College and State Teachers College at Conway. Robert P. Pleitz and Norvell J. Brickell won first place in Tau Kappa Alpha, Mid-Winter Tournament at Murray, Kentucky. P. D. McCulloch and William Howard won second place. Other intercollegiate debaters of the year include Warren Thornton, Frank Snellgrove, Thomas Miller, and James Ramsey. Front Row: B. McCarroll, Ann Whitaker, N. Brickell, Dr. F. W. Plunkett, W. Thornton, R. Plietz. Second Row: T. Miller, B. Knowlton, U. Tarpley. , Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 115 DRAMATICS GROUP The Dramatics Group is composed of the Play Production Class and former members of the class. This group studies, inductively, the principles of the dramas and gives plays each isemestre. The high light of the year is the play given during Commencement Week. " Marcheta, " a play with a Spanish background of California of fifty years ago, will be given this spring. Front Row: Helen Hammond, Martha Richardson, Katherine Lane. Second Row: Dorothy Wilcox, Mable Smith, Ernestine Staggs, Mary Bryant, Sunshine Boyd, Edith Hartwig. Third Row: H. Metzler, R. Flannigan, S. Lockhart, R. Chitwood, T. Miller, Dr. F. W. Plunkett. Page 116 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations EL CIRCULO ESPAI OL OFFICERS President _ Pearl Buchanan Vice-President Marian Thorpe Secretary-Treasurer Mary Louise Grier Sponsor Dr. D. F. Pasmore El Circulo Espanol was formed to forward the work of those foreign language students whose interest is Spanish. , This year the initial social function of the club v as a fall picnic at Craighead Forest. Regular meetings are devoted to advancing interest in the Spanish language and literature and in the customs and peoples of Spanish speaking countries. Front Row: Zula Ramsey, Edna Morton, Marian Thorpe, Pearl Buchanan, Dr. D. F. Pas- more, Ann Whitaker, Mary Grier. Jewell Hannah. Second Row: R. Schnee, Mary White, A. Rutledge, Rosa Robinson, J. Ledbetter, Mabel Smith, J. Husband, G. Driver, Norma Hall, I. Morrison. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 117 ENGINEERS CLUE) OFFICERS President _ Victor Wyatt Vice-President Russell Shell Treasurer Fred Niell Secretary Emmett Burk Sponsor Dr. C. D. Crosno The purpose of this club is to promote interest in all types of engineering. An effort is made to present some practical engineering problems to the members. Programs given at meetings are of two types: talks, and inspection trips. For about half of the programs, outstanding workers in different fields of engineering make talks on their particular work. These talks give the members inside stories on the different phases of engineering. A great many of the programs are used for inspection trips. Visits are made to telephone companies, power plants, and manufacturing plants. On these trips, members can actually see the results of practical engineering. Front Row: D. Garner, L. Price, F. Niell, V. Wyatt, Dr. C. D. Crosno, R. Shell, B, Graham. B. Hickox. Second Row: F. Pugh, R. Cole, T. Threlkeld, E. Hartsock, W. P. Harris, W. Hoegler, E. Hyn- son, C. Pyle. Third Row: R. Swarens, J. Cockrill, J. Lauderdale. H. Magee, C. Moyers, W. Blalock, R. Daugherty. Page 118 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORT1! Organizations HERALD STALL Sponsor William Wyatt Made up of members of the editing class plus Technical Supervisors, the Herald Staff • ' puts out " the Herald each Thursday afternoon. The Editing class functions on a rotating schedule that makes each member editor, in turn. Each week the editor of the week appoints his staff from the remaining class members. Thus the Herald Staff gets practical work in editing, printing, and managing a newspaper. Several inspection tours are made each year to numerous newspaper plants in this section. Front Row: Irene Johnson,, R. Chitwood, J. English, Prof. W. Wyatt, B. Jowers, Almeda Berry, W. Thornton, B. McCarroll. Second Row: Ruth McBride, J. Dale, B. Knowlton, Martha Booker, J. McGinnis, Hazel Johnston, P. Hoffman. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 119 HOME ECONOMICS CLUIB OFFICERS President Marzee Ann Rowan Vice-President Gladys Fisher Secretary-Treasurer Irene Johnson Sponsor Mary R. Brown The Home Economics Club has existed for some time on the campus and has been out- standing in its activities. Each year it gives a tea for all prospective members. It contributes each year to the White Christmas fund. In May, it honors the senior girls with a breakfast held on Sunday before graduation. The members usually treat themselves to a pot luck supper i n the spring. Regular meetings are held twice each month in the Home Economics rooms. Speakers appear frequently on the programs. The club serves as hostess to visiting clubs on various occasions. Representatives are sent to state meetings in the spring. Front Row : Mary Grier, Zula Ramsey, Mary Nabers, Ernestine Kapple, Eulahgene Fletcher, Edith Shearer, Wanda Smith, Flo Hogue, Irene Johnson. Second Row: Robin Gill, Sunshine Lile, Elvira Sellers, Mrs. Mary R. Brown, Rosemary Cooper, Connie Wallace, JUanita Ray, Pearl Euchanan, Marian Thorpe. Third Row: Elizabeth Finch, Margaret Finch, Juanita Jackson, Alma Bremer, Joella Sisler, Mabel Smith, Orieda Horn, Gene Brown, Martha Booker, Reba Mock. Fourth Row: Mary Carroll, Sarah Moore, Mary Brown, Marzee Rowan, Betty Mason, Betty Korspeter, Addie Buchanan. Page 120 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND F O R T Y Organizations INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB OFFICERS President Gladys Fisher Vice-President Ira Gray Sec-Treas Mary June Booker Sponsor Dr. H. C. Huitt Affiliated with the national organizations of the same name headquarters of which are in New York City, this club holds round table discussions on world problems, their causes and effects. Each year the club receives from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace a number of the most recent books on world affairs as well as two bi-monthly magazines. As a diversion from the serious world-shak ng problems, the club gives entertainments, prnics, and parties at intervals throughout the year. Front Row: Katherine Lane, Lou Stephens, Lenore Schierding, Gladys Fisher, Dr. H. C. Huitt, I. Gray, Jane Ridley, Mary Booker, E. Worsley. Second Row: B. Graham, G. Driver, Ann Whitaker, Ruth Rauls, Reba Snowden, Helen Powell, Kathleen Reasons, E. Huitt, E. Smith, G. Vaughn. Third Row: P. Hoffman, M. Conder, H. Jamison, R. Haynes, G. Booker, L. Collier, R. Eurrows, B. Rogers. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 121 ILE CIRCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS President Irene Johnson Vice-President John R. Loftis Secretary Gladys Fisher Elizabeth Finch Treasurers Margaret Finch Sponsor Dr. D. F. Pasmore Each year Le Cercle Francais sponsors a French week during which a chapel program is given in French and signs in that language are posted throughout the Administration Build- ing. Too, there is an annual formal banquet, a Christmas party, and bi-monthly meetings. Front Row: Mary Booker, Gladys Fisher, Irene Johnson, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Noralyn Fortinberry, Flo Hogue, Sara Moore, Mary Carroll. Second Row: R. Schnee, J. Gibson, Blanche Richman, Elizabeth Finch, Margaret Finch, Alma Bremer, Juanita Jackson, Sunshine Boyd, LaRue DeField, Ruth McBride, Jane Rauls. Third Row: P. Hoffman, B. Jowers, R. Chitwood, J. Loftis, B. Barnhill, L. Smith, R. Burrows, H. McEwen, R. Haynes, G. Driver, H. Oldham. Page 122 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations LIES ARTISTES OFFICERS President Dorothy Wilcox Vice-President Patty Sanders Secretary-Treasurer Jewell Hannah Reporter Lucille Parke Sponsor Mrs. D. F. Pasmore The art club, " Le Artistes, " has two main objectives — one, the creation of a closer fellow- ship among those students especially interested in art, through projects worked up by the group, as their chapel program; two, the opportunity for further art and nature appre- ciation th rough practical creative work in art crafts, stage crafts and art history. A sketching hike and supper, and studio teas are included in the year ' s activities. Marcella Dodson, president and Aline Ward, secretary-treasurer for the first semester did not return to College the second semester. Front Row: Helen Neece, Christine Bamett, Patty Sanders, Connie Wallace, Mrs. D. F. Pas- more, Nina Rea, Jewell Hannah, Betty Barnett, Reba Mock, Helen Sturdivant. Second Row: Juanita Jackson, Alma Bremer, Rosemary Cooper, Betty Korspeter, Elvira Sellers, Essie Ford, Doris Bingham, Mary Davis, Edith Shearer. Third Row: Lucille Park, Billie Masner, Rose Fore, Kate Bryant, Louise Brownlee. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 123 MEN ' S GLEE CLUB State ' s Men ' s Glee Club appears in chapel and at various civic functions during the year. The Men ' s Quartet, made up of Robert McKnight, Gerald Arrington, Fred Niell; and Charles Mov- ers, assist on the programs. The Quartet made trips to Cherry Valley, Wynne, and Crawfords- ville this year. Front Row: U. McCoy, L. McCann, B. Barnhill, R. Schnee, J. Tibbels, E. Worsley, M. Con- der, L. Collier, L. Rodgers. Second Row: C. Bailey, G. Arrington, H. Austin, D. Settlemire, L. Brownlee, I. Morrison, C. D. Harris, Prell Settlemire. Third Row: R, .Pate, P. Bates, P. Barwick, L. Smith, E. Bundy, J. Husband, P. Wells. Page 124 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations ORCHESTRA Director Lester Somers The College orchestra is open to all students of musical ability. Under the direction of Mr. Somers the orchestra has appeared with the Jonesboro Choral Club in presenting the Mes- siah, and played for presentation of the Dramatic Club. The orchestra has also played in student recitals and presented programs in a number of high schools of Northeast Arkansas. From time to time the orchestra joins the Jonesboro Symphonic Orchestra in presenting concerts. Selected members of the orchestra compose two popular small groups, the violin quartette and the string trio, which have played for banquets and programs during the year. Inner Circle: C. Moyers, Lucille Work, Wynnie Stone, S. Lockhart, Deronda Bird, Nancy Patterson. Second Circle: U. McCoy, Mary Grier, Jane Rauls, T. Arnold, A. Austin, F. Lines, C. Car- nation, Prof. Lester Somers, W. Hickox, Martha Booker, LaRue DeField, H. Smith. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 125 PI OFH EGA Pll OFFICERS President _.. Mary Ellen White Vice-President _ Almeda Berry Secretary Leton Adams Treasurer ._. Miss Emma Rogers Historian Reporter Dan Adams Pledge Mistress _ Camiila Sharp Sponsor Mrs. H. W. Hollard Since the Alpha Kappa Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, national business honorary fraternity, was established on the campus of Arkansas State College March 18, 1939, it has had steady growth and has caused students in this field to work with new enthusiasm. As in other national honorary societies, membership in Pi Omega Pi, is based on schol- arship and subject requirements. On Honors Bay the fraternity makes awards to outstanding students in accounting and in shorthand, and presents a number of medals for typing pro- ficiency. In December 1939 Alpha Kappa Chapter sent its first representative, Dan Adams, to the National Convention in Pittsburgh. Front Row: E. Huitt, Leton Adams, Cynthia Browning, Mary White, Ruth Rauls, LaRue De- Field, Janice King, A. Rutledge. Second Row: Mrs. H. W. Hollard, D. Adams, E. Schroeder, Patty Sanders, Almeda Berry, Dr. W. G. Shover, Miss Emma Rogers, Bernice Bullard . Page 126 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations PRE-MED CLUIB OFFICERS President John Loftis Vice-President Robert Ahern Secrtary-Treasurer Sunshine Lile Reporter Louie Rodgers Sponsor W. W. Nedrow Arkansas Stated Pre-Med Club meets one night each month. The purpose of the organiza- tion is to provide a social hour for the members and to act as a means for them to become better acquainted. An Annual Bingo Party, Christmas Party, and Spring Party are the highlights of the year ' s social gatherings of the club. Membership is limited to twenty. Front Row: Sunshine Lile, Sara Daugherty, Helen Neece, Betty Mason, Lorraine Secoy. Second Row: J. Gibson, S. McGinnis, J. Loftis, R. Ahern, Dr. W. W. Nedrow, L. Smith, J. Tibbels, Joella Sisler. Third Row: B. Barnhill, R. Pate, L. Rodgers, W. Mays, E. Worsley, N. Tillman. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 127 PRESS CLUB OFFICERS President _ Roscoe Chitwood Vice-President Paul Hoffman Secretary-Treasurer Martha Jean Booker Reporter Almeda Berry Sponsor William Wyatt Highlight of the Press Club ' s activities each year is Journalism Day, sponsored by the club for the benefit of surrounding high schools. Too, the club inspects a metropolitan news- paper plant, annually, as one of its regular functions. This year the Press Club was reorganized, new officers were elected, and membership was granted to those who were taking journalis n, had taken the courses, or were interested in that field An innovation this year was the dance following the State-Hendrix basketball game February 10. First Row: Irene Johnson, B. Jowers, Alice Saliba, Prof. W. Wyatt, J. English, Almeda Berry, W. Thornton, Naomi Purviance. Second Ro w: B. McCall, Ruth McBride, Marzee Rowan, Martha Booker, Hazel Johnston, B. McCarroll. Third Row: J. Dale, B. Knowlton, R. Chitwood, J. McGinnis, H. McEwen, P. Hoffman. Page 128 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations STUDENT LITE COMMITTEE Senior Class representatives: Irene Johnson, Frank Elder. Junior Class representatives: Phoebe Reasons, Billy Cureton. Faculty members: H. W. Hollard, Dean of Men, Chairman; Mrs. Brown, Dean of Women; Lenore Schierding, Secretary; Wendell Davis, Herbert Schwartz, Dr. H. C. Huitt, Major W. E. Corkill, Mr. L. Somers. To the Student Life Committee is given the responsibility of approving selection of dates for all college affairs and the chaperoning of planned activities. From the dates selected is drawn up the school calendar, which is thus available for consultation at all times. 2M » I! ! Far Side: Lester Somers, W. C. Cureton, H. W. Hollard, Chairman, Lenore Schierding, Sec- retary, Mrs. Mary R Brown. Near Side: Dr. H. C Huitt, Kathleen Reasons, Irene Johnson. Major W. E. Corkill. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 129 Y.MLC.A.rY.,W.,C.A., OFFICERS Y. M. C. A. President Ray Burrow Secretary-Treasurer Thomas Miller Reporter Roscoe Chitwood Fublicity - Gage Vaughan Sponsor Dr. H. W. Anderson OFFICERS Y. W. C. A. President Irene Johnson Vice-President .... Janice King Secretary Sarah June Daugherty Treasurer Alma Bremer Publicity Marie Browner Sponsor Miss Bernice Livengood Front Row: M. Cobb, B. Barker, R. Chitwood, R. Burrows, Dr. H. W. Andersen, C. Neal, E. Huitt, G. Vaughn, W. Kilpatrick. Second Row: E. Worsley, H. Jamison, L. Collier, S. Nelson, U. Tarpley, G. Carder, G. Miller. Third Row: P. Hoffman, T. Miller, B. Jowers, L. Rodgers, M. Conder. Page 130 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations Y.IM.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. are among the oldest organizations on the campus. For many years, they have served to enrich the social, spiritual, and intellectual experiences of the students. Bi-weekly meetings are held in the Women ' s Residence Hall. Formerly, separate meetings were held by the Y. M. and Y. W., but recently, the tendency has been to hold joint meetings. The organizations sponsor a variety of activities. This year the " Y " served to coordinate the clubs of the campus in the annual White Christmas event. Approximately ten families were supplied with food, clothing, and toys. The student-mixer which has been sponsored an- nually by the " Y " is now being discontinued and a Stunt Night substituted. Speakers who have visited the campus in recent years, who are specially trained in " Y " work include Tom Curry, who was travelling secretary of the Southwest region; Fern Bab- cock and Carroll Moon, regional secretaries of the Southwest region; and Dr. Carolyn, Dean of the school of Religion at S. M. U. The local chapters annually send representatives to Petit Jean, State Conference, and to Hollister, Mo., Regional Conference. During the past summer, Irene Johnson, President of the Y. W. attended a Seminar at Estes Park, Colorado along with students from the South- west and Rocky Mountain Regions. First Row: Helen Neece, Bonnie Lawhon, Mary Clarke, Ernestine Kapple, Laura Greer, Louise Greer, Eulene Heath, Alma Bremer, Eulahgene Fletcher. Second Row: Jane Rauls, Reba Mock, Alice Saliba, Sunshine Boyd, Delaine Reddish, LaRue EeField, Miss Bernice Livengood, Irene Johnson, Doris Bingham. Third Row: Robin Gill, Gwendolyn Brown. Helen Sturdivant, Gene Brown, Hazel Johnston, Deronda Bird, Lucille Work, Sara Daugherty, Janice King, Vera Ellis, Almeda Berry. Fourth Row: Reba Snowden, Zula Ramsey, Ann Whitaker, Elizabeth Austin, Elvira Sellers, Rosemary Cooper, Juanita Huber, Mary Shauver, Connie Wallace. Organizations NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 131 W.A.A., OFFICERS President : „. Patty Sanders Vice-President __ Jane Rauls Secretary Orieda Hor n Treasurer Deltha Carpenter Sponsor Mrs. J. H. Mason Having as its purpose the promotion of competitive sports among women students, the Women ' s Athletic Association functions busily throughout the year. Funds are raised by the members during the year and are spent for equipment which will increase the number of games available to all students. Each year a trophy is awarded to the member of the club, who has received the most points while taking active part in the intra-mural program sponsored by the club. Juanita Caldwell won this trophy for the year 1938-39. Front Row: Deltha Carpenter, Hazel Johnston, Christine Barnett, Patty Sanders, Mrs. J. H. Mason, Orieda Horn, Zula Rams _y, Juanita Caldwell, Almeda Berry. Second Row: Kate Abbot, Nina Rea, Juanita Jackson, Helen Neece, Ruth McBride, Jane Rauls, Connie Wallace, Eulahgene Fletcher, Mary Davis, Deronda Bird, Lucille Work. Thrid Row: Mary Grier, Reba Mock Louise Brownlee, Veona Ramsey, Sunshine Boyd. Marie Browner, Alice Saliba, LaRue DeField, Gussie Mae Rorex, Edith Shearer, Mable Nance. Page 132 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Organizations DIVISION V--PHOTOMONTAGE l.Oreida waiting for a ride. 2.Crawford giving Crockett that " come to me smile. ' 3.Pistol team ready for action. 4.Baker yells, Jones sniffles. 5.Driver in 9th Cav. tent (negro organization). 7. " Doc " Nedrow " goes to town " with a Gall. 7.Sarah poses. 8.Pushing uphill. 9-Gipson ready to ride. 10. " Dangerous Dan " caught in S. and B. uniform. ll.Garrison and NC-24870. 12.Slate ' s smiling Greer twins. 13.The Booths get together. 14.Presenting Charles Atlas, no, it ' s Bob Schnee. 15.Litt)e Abner and Daisy Mae. 16.Colonel Allbright leaves for drill. n.Niell squirms for position. 18.Statesmen at " Dogpatch Dance. " 19.Stud- ious English (?). 20. " Cyanide " Secoy. 21.Just loafing. 22.A lonely freshman. 23.Freshmen " Hindus. " 24.A11 smiles. 25.Love-birds. 26.Who has time to look at Clarke ' s sign? l.Typical styles at Riley in 2. — anu this is. S.Sub, wliat are you doing? 4. " Where is that bus? " 5.Paul isn ' t in the air. 6.Good home- cooked food or is it? 7. " In the groove. " 8.Hanify goes a-skating. 9. Warming ' 70 up. lO.Papooses in " gunny sacks. " ll.Donnie takes on nourishment. 12,On the lake. 13.Parker ' s streamlined Work. 14.Engin- eers " heaven. " 15.Snow and beauty. 16.Johnston and Bird getting to- gether. 17.0n a field trip. 18.Baker and " Doc " Plunkett together means just one thing. 19.Joe crowns Queen Hout. 20.Guess who? 21.1ntermis- sion at " Dogpatch " Dance, CHEERLEADERS Arkansas State ' s Cheer Leading Squad, built around returning veterans James Ramsey and Ed Worsley, is the unit responsible for the student enthusasm shown at all of our athletic events. It is this group of people to whom State teams owe the support that they received throughout the past year. With Ramsey in charge, and Worsley as his understudy, a large squad reported, and immediately started to work for a much coveted position on the team. A great deal of time was spent in drilling all of the squad candidates in the fundamentals and movements for each yell. Drills were held each afternoon for two weeks, until everyone seemed to be familiar with the squad ' s cheering postions. In the last week before the opening of the athletic schedule, a football game with North- west Mississippi Jr. College, a series of competitive drills were held to select the five outstand- ing aspirants for the squad. At the end of that week, Head Cheer Leader Ramsey selected one more boy and two girls to assist in forming a cheering squad. The selections were Bernard " Cracker " Graham, Alice Saliba, and " Pat " Lawhon. This quintet lost no time in setting to work at building up a pep squad among the student body. The results of their labors have been shown to the greatest advantage by the fine support that the State College Indians have received in all sports throughout the school year. Page 136 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTT? Athletics FOOTBALL QUEEN AN ID MAIDS Homecoming Day, the day when old grads return to their old campus haunts to meet their eld classmates and to greet the new and present students at Arkansas State. This is the day that the gridiron heroes of State honor and do battle for the young lady whom they recognize as their official Homecoming Queen. This year the members of the football team nominated and elected as their Queen Mildred Hcut, a Junior, from Tuckerman. Those elected to serve in her court as Maids of Honor were Gladys Fisher, Senior; Gene Brown, Sophomore; Kate Bryant, Freshman; and Babe Secoy, Freshman. Cn October 14, the Queen and her court reigned over festivities at the football game between State ' s Indians and the Maroons of Southern Illinois Normal University. The grid- iron gladiators presented Queen Mildred with a hard fought 7-0 victory, while a large crowd of students and alumni looked on and cheered. Just before the game Queen Hout was recognized officially bj Captain Joe Woods, and she and her court were presented to the large gathering of spectators as the team ' s ruler. That night again she reigned at the annual Homecoming Dance sponsored by Delta Omega Sigma. Gladys Fisher, Babe Secoy, Mildred Hout, Buchanan Captain of Illinois, J. Woods Captain of State, Gene Brown, Kate Bryant. Athletics NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 137 FOOTBALL D. Keller Coach Bill Adams J. Woods Coach Bill Adams, facing a very stiff sched ule in his first assignment as a college mentor, earnestly went about the task of building a team around a nucleus of only a few veterans of last year. With only a three-weeks conditioning period, Adams whipped the team into fine shape. Under his guidance, the Indians waded through a tough schedule, giving State College its first winning football season in years. STATE 13 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI The Indians swung into action Saturday night, Sept. 23, against a Mississippi team ol unknown strength. The second half provided the thrills as the Indians pushed over touch- downs in the third and fourth quarters. , M. Bishop E. Bolton T. Caldwell H. Callahan Page 138 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Athletics IPOOTEAILL H. Detrick EXERCISE! C. Garrett STATE 7 WEST TENNESSEE TEACHERS 6 Despite the fact that a steady downpour of rain fell throughout the game, elusive little Willard Tilley, State ' s freshman sensation, averaged over forty yards per punt. The lone break the Indians were patiently waiting for came midway in the third stanza. Tilley galloped and swam forty yards untouched through the the Memphis line to pay dirt on a perfectly executed play. ClifT Von Heck ' s educated toe promptly provided the margin of victory with a perfect conversion. MISSOURI SCHOOL OF MINES 39 STATE 6 State ' s trek to Rolla, Mo., on October 7, turned out disastrously, the Indians being soundly thumped 39-6. Hampered seriously by early season injuries, State fell victim to the Missouri Valley Conference Champion ' s reserve strength B. Green E. Hoffman B. Howard D. Leiter Athletics NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 139 FOOTBALL C. Mack Plotting Strategy . H. Metzler STATE 7 S. ILLINOIS NORMAL UNIVERSITY Homecoming The Indians unleashed a concentrated third quarter drive for a hard-earned touchdown, the only one of its kind during the day, against Carbondale Saturday afternoon, October 14. HENDRIX 20 STATE State was forced to play a ground game, parting from its usual ae rial circus, as three A. S. C. wingmen were confined to the sidelines unable to play. E. Osment W. Parker M. Pharis Page 140 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Athletics FOOTBALL B. Sample P. Settlemire W. Tilley K. Thomson UNION UNIVERSITY 20 STATE 6 State played their best game of the season but were beaten. The score does not indicate the closeness of the battle, bitterly contested throughout. STATE 26 UNIVERSITY OF TENN. JRS. 13 State rang down the curtain On the 1939 season as they thoroughly thumped the U. T. Jr. Volunteers 26-13, before a large Armistice Day crowd on Kays Field. Though the Tenn- esseeans scored twice, State was the complete master of the situation from the opening whistle. C. Von Heck J. Wilkerson J. Wimberley Athletics NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 141 BASKETBALL D. Keller Coach Wendell Davis H. Metzler After the annual jaunt into Illinois before Christmas in which the Davismen won 2 and dropped 5 to the strongest quints in the midwest, the regular cage season opened Jan. 6 against Memphis Teachers. Playing more state games than in previous years, the Indians ended up in fourth place in state collegiate standings, with 7 wins and 5 losses. Only Capt. Dorse Keller was lost by the Redskins this season, and sparked by several sensational freshmen of this year, next season premises to be a very successful one for State. E. Bolton D. Leiter E. Mayes E. Osment Page 142 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Athletics W. Parker P. Hoffman, Mgr. C. Rorex -fAT D. Settlemire P. Settlemire STATE 45 STATE 42 STATE 41 STATE 60 STATE 55 STATE 69 STATE 53 STATE 57 STATE 62 STATE 46 STATE 53 STATE 38 STATE 39 STATE 38 STATE 38 STATE 41 W. Tilley W. Walker West Term. Teachers 44 Arkansas College 47 Henderson State 36 Magnolia A M 36 Arkansas Tech 34 Magnolia A M 58 Ouachita College 55 Henderson State 72 N. W. Miss. Jr. College 38 West Tenn. Teachers 41 Hendrix College 43 Ouachita College 37 Hendrix College 35 Arkansas Tech 58 N. W. Miss. Jr. College 40 Arkansas College 43 Athletics NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 143 l.Sarah June Daugherty, campus paddle tennis champion. 2.Patty Sanders, Almeda Berry, Louise Brownlee, Alice Saliba, Gussie Mae Rorex, Mary Louise Grier, Kate Abbot, Sarah June Daugherty, and Majoria Sutton. 3.Mable Nance and Sarah June Daugherty, campus doubles paddle tennis champions. 4. Dell Carpenter ' s championship basketball team. S.Barnett ' s all-campus softball champs. 6.Patty Sanders, " Swimmer-up. " 7.Juanita Caldwell, girls high-scorer in 1938-39 intramural competiton. 8.Hockey. 9.Archery con- testants. lO.Independent team, all-campus basketball champions. 11. " They ' re off. " 12 Class basketball champions. GIRLS II IMTTIR AIV|| LI IRALS The intramural program for girls is much like that for boys. Five hundred points enttles a girl to win a letter. For succeeding years, letters are awarded with stripes, for the year, and stars, for captains. If a girl has won four letters, a special award is given. Sarah June Daugherty was the swimming champion for 1939-40. She was also winner of the paddle tennis singles, and she and Mable Nance, won the paddle tennis doubles champion- ship. Christine Barnett ' s team won the Softball tournament. Those comprising the champion- ship team were Aline Ward, Zula Ramsey, Mary Davis, Gussie Mae Rorex, Lucille Work, Patty Sanders, Alice Saliba, and Babe Jackson. The championship speedball team was captained by Deltha Carpenter, and those earning points on it were Ruth McBrde, Juanita Caldwell, Mary Louise Grier, Mary Davis, Sarah June Daugherty, Alice Saliba, and Gussie Mae Rorex. Juanita Caldwell and her teammates won the hockey title. The team consisted of Mary Davis, Zula Ramsey, Veona Ramsey, Ruth McBride, Christine Barnett, and Deltha Car- penter. The Independent team, captained by Juanita Caldwell, won the intra-sorority basketball tournament. Those participating were Mable Nance, Deltha Carpenter, Gussie Mae Rorex, Christine Barnett, Marjoria Sutton, Wilma Buhrmester, Almeda Berry, Lucille Work, and Katherine Abbot. GIRLS INTRAMURAL PROGRAM FOR THE YEAR September — Tennis, Softball October — Speedball, Hockey, Badminton, Swimming November — Speedball, Hockey, Badminton, Swimming December — Basketball, Shuffleboard, Badminton January — Basketball, Bowling, Indoor Horsesh oes, Ping Pong February — Basketball, Volleyball, Ping Pong, Indoor Horseshoes, Bowling March — Volleyball, Hiking, Skating, Swimming April— Archery, Tennis, Track and Field, Hiking, Skating, Softball May— Archery, Tennis, Softball, Badminton Athletics NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 145 1. Mabel goes high to clear the bar. 2.Lucille ready for a backhand shot. 3.Swimming champion. 4.Dell and Reba throw " wicked " shoes. 5.Perfect archery form. 6. Work forgets her tennis. 7.An action bad- minton shot. 8.Shuffleboard. 9.Quoitennis. lO.Mrs. J. H. Mason, head of Girls Intra-Murals. ll.Gusse Mae caught in mid-air. BOYS INTRAMURALS Realization of the need for a program to develop student in exercise and recreation, led Athletic Director H. B. Schwartz to draw up a system of intramural sports for the students of Arkansas State. At the present time the school has one of the best intramural setups in the South. It takes in all athletics for both boys and girls. Since 1936-37 the girls and boys athletics have come under different heads. Any boy is eligible for intramurals if he is a member of the student body in good standing; however no member of a varsity team is eligible for intramurals in that particular sport in which he is a varsity member. The giving of letters is based on a point system. All members of a championship team are awarded 100 points, second place receives 75 points, third 50. fourth 35, fifth 25, sixth 15, seventh 10, and eighth place wins 5 point. After all tournaments and leagues have finished their play, all of the points are compiled. Those with 500 points or better are awarded a four-inch letter. Each year trophies are awarded to the girl and boy who win the most points. In the Inter-Freshman Tennis tournament, Buddy Jim McCall proved to be the strongest and won by defeating George Kell in the finals. The All-Campus tournament went to speedy Charles Powell, Johnny Tibbels and George Kell teaming up to come through as the doubles winners. The Swimming and Diving meet saw two fine aquatic stars, George Hill and J. B. Hus- band, tie for the first spot in point gathering. Touch Football took the interest of the boys next. In this hard tournament, Delta Omega Sigma Fraternity won by defeating Zeta Tau Zeta 7-0 and Kappa Sigma Nu 6-0. Winning players were Homei Branan, Edwin Garrison, Ed Worsley, James Ramsey, Hugh Jamison, Roscoe Chitwood, Billy Cureton, Ivor Morrison, Carl Harris, George Booker, Jimmy Garner, Ber- nard Graham, and Paul Hoffman. Volleyball came into the picture next with Kappa Sigma Nu Fraternity winning easily. They defeated Delta Omega Sigma and the N. Y. A. in rapid succession to win. Members of the team were Charles Clark, J. D. Fortenberry, Dorse Keller, Earl Bundy, John Tibbels, Jimmy Crockett, Jimmie English, Bill Jones, Caleb Davis, Sam McGinnis, Bob Ahern, and Buddy Armstrong. Basketball came into its own just before the close of the first semester, and in the Fresh- man Tournament a team consisting of boys from town came through to win. They were " Hot " Osment, Dell Settlemire, Willard Tilley, " Fat " Pharis, and John Pickens. The first semester All-Campus tournament was won by Delta Omega Sigma by defeating the N. Y. A., the Shamrocks, and Zeta Tau Zeta in succession. The members of this team were Ivor Morrison, James Ramsey, Paul Hoffman, Roscoe Chitwood, Jimmy Garner, Billy Cureton, George Booker, James Cockrill, Eddie Hartsock, and Ed Worsley. The N. Y. A. team won the second semester All-Campus tounament. Athletics NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 147 l.ZTZ frat team, basketball runners-up second semester. 2.DOS, campus champions in first semester. 3. Champion " Paddel-changers. " (Note other pictures here.) 4.DOS championship Touch Football team. 5.Booker and Woods. 6.Collier and Cockrill, DOS, horseshoe pitching champions. 7.Collier and Booker with ping-pong paddles. 8.Powell, campus tennis champion. 9. " More paddle changers. " 10.Kell and Tibbels, all campus tennis champions. DIVISION VI " FEATLR.ES TIN Arm§ AIDYIEIRTIISIEIRS Each year that our Indian is pub- lished, a subscription campaign is launched by the students; and each year, too, a campaign is started for advertisements in the annual. A suc- cessful publication has to have both of these funds. To our many loyal advertisers, we are thankful. Many of the firms that are listed in the next few pages have placed an ad in every annual that has come from Arkansas State College. Read these next few pages with interest; and, when possible, give these firms a boost. Go out of your way sometimes for them. They have helped us many, many times. During the first part of the 1939-40 school year, many students were wondering if the 1940 INDIAN would be published, for during the first semester less than 200 Annuals were sold. How- ever, early in February, work was begun on the current publication. Faced with the task of having the annual completed before the first of May caused the INDIAN Staff considerable worry. Photography and Engraving work was started and all mat- erial started pouring in. With this sudden bit of production, our quota of INDIANS was sold, and we really began to obtain results. I want to personally thank Dr. A shley Robey, our Senior Class Sponsor, who has helped untiringly in our struggles and difficulties which occurred while producing your INDIAN. To the Mounting Editors, who spent many hours on the tedious undertaking, I wish to convey my sincerest thanks. And to all the students that aided in the work of the Annual, I really do thank you. I have enjoyed the work on the 1940 INDIAN because the co-operation from the students, printers, and others has been excellent. We, the seniors, have finished our product. The many hours of work have passed and now we have an INDIAN that most of us will keep for a lifetime— to remind us of our grand times at Arkansas State College. To you underclassmen of A. S. C, let me say " Good luck in your future INDIANf . " Here ' s hoping that the INDIAN will continue to be edited annually as long as the college is in existence . — Edwin H. 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Included in our complete stock of clothing for both men and women are the following nationally advertised brands: Paris Fashion Shoes Humming Bird Hose McGregor Sportswear Carole King Dresses Dobbs Hats Bostonian and Mansfield Shoes Catalina Swim Suits Enro Shirts and Pajamas Phoenix Socks Curlee Clothes ullllllllllllllt IIMilllllllllltMlllinilinillllMllilllllMI|llllllliilkMIM llllllltlllllMI1IU11llllltl lllll)l MIIIMIirniMIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIUIIIIItlllllllllllllllMllllllltllllllllMltllMIMIIIIIIIIMIIIHItMIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII Page 152 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Advertisement l.Driver studies better in the dark. 2. " Why the frown, Eulahgene? " 3.Sarah fixes the net. 4. " Doc " Crosno says it should be this way. 5. " Loudest one " really goes to town. 6.Wyatt gets a " candid " . 7. " Ace " climbs in. 8. " What are you looking at, Ira? 9. " Doc " inspects the mounting. 10. " Who wants it? " 11. 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" rats " dressed up. 2.Before the final " pix " . 3. " Pinky " laughs. 4.West- end Taxi Service — 1926 Model. 5.Dale starts the press. 6.Garrison puts his thumb in action. 7.Ramsey marches the pledges. 8. A 1940 snowball war. 9.Fitzgerald, Garner, Inc. 10. " Doc " and Barwick. ll. " Why college students DO NOT get gray hair. " 12.Moore has everything in hand. 13.Patty explains. 4.Walk from Science Hall. 15.ROTC home at Ft. Riley for six weeks. 16.The Major ' s out. 17. " Posed. " 18.NC24870 and NC24622. 19.Sedley and Preston. 20.Cheerleaders take time out. 21.Studious Paul. 22.Snap- shot winner. 23.Ad Building. 24.Crockett and Crawford. 25. " Tex " and students. Compliments of City Water Light Plant Municipally Owned and Operated Jonesboro, Arkansas ' . 1 1 1 L 1 1 r 1 1 M 1 1 1 11 1 M T M 1 1 1 1 1 1 : L ' M I T M 1 11 1 1 1 U II 1 1 t M M M M 1 1 M I M H 1 1 1 1 1 M I M 11 U 1 1 M r I T H J U i i 1 f r 1 ( l , • r 1 1 U M M I ; H M ? 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Page 157 UHHI miii .11 i r ; M |MI 111 r i |||IM ■ Mm i in ' i ill nun M I Mil I 111 in IMHII III lllllllllllMIIIMIItllMHIIllll Illlll iiiihuum | DISTRIBUTORS 1 | Kraft ' s Products Del Monte Foods 1 Dairy Maid Baking Powder Gold Medal Meal | 1 Gold Medal Flour Albatross Flour f | Chiffon Maid Flour Blue Horse School Supplies | Miller-Crenshaw Company [ Wholesale Grocers I Packing House Products and Produce Established 1922 Jonesboro, Ark I jfiiiiiiiim imiimiimm minium iiiiiiiimuimi i ' i mmmmmiiii iimmtiiiiiimiimi milium iiiimmi i mi mmmmiii iiiimin miml iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ' MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiMiiiMifiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiliiiiir ii iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiuii imiiiimmmmmi iiiHiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiimnmiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiiijj Kenward ' s Greenhouse | Corsages Cut Flowers Potted Plants 1 1 " Flowers for all occasions " | 1 Phone 353 Jonesboro, Ark. | f m , mmiiiiimiimi miiHiiiuimiiiiiiiiiHiii iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mi iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiniiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinif IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlllllllllHllllHlllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllHHIIIIIIIHIHIIIHIII 1 For the Home you will surely build one of these days, remember our 1 ONE-STOP Bu ilding Service I E £ ?rrMG PERTAINING TO BUILDING. 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Jonesboro, Ark. i n iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiriiiiiifciiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii lit iiiaittif iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiit iittiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiriiiiitiiiiitmi tiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Page 158 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Advertisement lllllimiMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIltlllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 1I M I f 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 1 M 1 1 II I M 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 J I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1t 1 1 II 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 |i I Covers and Binding I I For the 1940 INDIAN I by I IBECIKTOILD COMPANY St. Louis, Mo. | MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii imillllllllllllllllllMMIIIilllllillllllllllllMII Illlllllllllllllllfl llllll III MMII Mill 1 1 1 1 1 « 1 1 1 1 » 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 r« 1 1 tlllll IIMMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII mmimmimimiinmimimiimmimiiiiiiiiiimi When Your Friends Need College Service I Recall Your Days At A. S. C. j I And remind them they will find I [ Tops in service — Prices r ght I I a t I ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE j Jonesboro, Ark. I i ; r 1 1 n i n m u r n m 1 1 1 i m t n i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : u 1 1 1 1 1 m J 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 ■ 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 m m 1 1 1 m 1 1 n m m 1 1 1 m i t m i m 1 1 1 n 1 1 m u n 1 • r i • 1 1 n • 1 1 1 m n 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 • 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 • 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iT Advertisement NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 159 l.Both Boyd and Buford Booth. 2.8tate ' s contribution to America ' s cutest freshmen twins. 3. Margaret and Elizabeth Finch made college in three years. 4.Prcston looks worried. 4. The Booths flank the Greers while Dell and Prell form the foreground. 6. " Doc " White reads the " Times. " 7.Surveyors deluxe. 8.Editor Garrison working on annual. 9. Jowers, Saliba, and Thornton. 10. Earl and a few of his students. 11. Tillman starts his " chores. " 12. " How about that? " 13. " The students friend. " 14.Sara and Mary Louise. 15.Felts all ready to climb. 16.Wyatt ' s famous air-view. 17.Something that never happens except in pictures. ■ Ill IHIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIUMMINtllllllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II M 1 1 f 1 1 M I i M M : t I T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 ) r 1 1 1 1 1 tl 1 1 1 4 M T M 1 1 j I ( J 1 1 1 r I i 1 1 L 1 1 M f M II 1 1 1 1 T J f ] L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 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" The Bank of Friendly Service " SINCE 1904 .111 ii mm 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 ; 1 1 m r ri 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 i i i.iminiiiiimmiiimiiiimiiiimimmmiimiiin mm mm niu i i mimiii iimini mm i tllll inn 111) 1IIIII1III tllMIIIIIMIlllllllilllll Ill lllll 111 Ml Mil MIMIMIIMIIHMIMIIIIMMIIIIM ' ' IIIIIIIIMIIIIJIIMMIIIIMIIIIIIIIII 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 « I ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 II ! 1 1 1 1 1 The Insurance Man I Paint Glass Wallpaper — Art Supplies T. H. " Buck " Pryor UNITED AGENCIES, INC. 107 E, Jackson Jonesboro, Ark. JACKSON PAINT AND SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Jonesboro, Ark. imHIIIMIlllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIMIIIinillllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIinillllllllMlllllllllllMllliiilllllJii,. nillinnUllfMHIIIIUIIIinilHnillllllllllllllilll tilllllllllllllllllllMllllllill hiimii hum Page 162 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Advertisement l.At Ft. Riley airport. 2.Paul goes " a-guarding " . 3. " Jitter-bug " Sa- liba. 4.Booker and Secoy picture making. 5.Going to work. 6.Wyatt and electricity. 7.Freshman Lauderdale. 8.High school talent. 9.Settlemire practices. lO.Wynnie takes time off from school work. 11. Mason ' s pals. 12. " Wee Baby " Baker. 13.Successful advertising. 14.Who won? 15.Con- fijcius say this man very funny fellow. 16.Home of President Kays. 17. Model airplane builders deluxe. 18.Sarah caught. mm i i. ii in i him ii t mi mini n imiiiiiini nil mm i iiiini n inn i iniin iiuill llllllllliiiilllll immiiiinii imiiiiiimmmmiimiini nillljj ! 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STUCK, Owner | illlHIIIHIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIMHlimilllMMIIIHIHIHlllhllllHIiH Page 164 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Advertisement I Ml 111111111111111111111111111 IMHHIIIItlillll Hill 11 1 II k M I II 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 l 1 1 IIIIIIIMIIII III! 1 Mill Nil IIIIIIHIilllllHM ill) till II t Ml lllllilhlliillllllllllllllllMIII Ill Jonesboro Grocer Company | Wholesale Distributors 1 Betty Jane Flour Staley ' s Syrup | Grand Prize and Tast-Good Food Products iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Mrs. Patty: " John dear, let ' s have din- ner now. Perhaps their generals will think of those things. " Advertisement NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 165 1. Franklin gets cold. 2.How to keep from studying at night. 3.The taxi crew. 1. Helen is in for a fall. S.Marzee Ann shows versatility. 6.Thomson ' s model. 7.Mrs. Ned- row at her post. 8.The four " inseparables. " 9. " Babe " going to work. lO.What ' s this? 11. Sam working in bookstore. 12.Clif, Paul, and Kelly. 13.Maridecine goes " army " . 14. Sailor Wallace of the good ship ZTZ III. 15.Mary Jane. 16.A familiar sciene. 17. " Bull session. " 18.J. D., Reba and Mr. Hollard. 19. Who is the beauty? 20.Carl is happy when Sarah is near. 21. Just leaving. l.Mack reaches for his pipe. 2.James checks the firing at Ft. Riley. 3. " Bud " receives his first shot. 4.Billy in a serious mood. 5.Kelly receives his saber in Spring of 1939. 6.Dick and Dicky. 7.Schnee ' s girl friend (?). 8.Howard at " Dogpatch " Dance. 9.Crane and his German haircut. 10. P. Campbell takes time out. ll.Garrison, Wyatt, and Gray start work on INDIAN. 12.Caleb climbs to top of Tent 10. 13.Baker ready to ride. H.Kelly and Dan in tank at Riley. 15.Allbright is amused. 16.Mr. " Mac " ready to serve. l.The " Pasmores " celebrate Christmas. 2.Baker and Morris ready to leave. 3. " Proud Papa. " 4. " Beautiful " Martha and " Ace " Booker. 5. Helen hangs on. 6.Using the familiar path. 7.Aviation enthusiasts lat- est diversion. 8.Guess who? 9.Alice hasn ' t got a nickel. lO.The combined efforts to produce the models in Picture 7. 11. Crockett and Booker without Crawford and Richardson. 12.A typical night in the Girls ' Dorm. INDEX Abbot, Katherine L. 55, 132, 145 Achatz, Capt. Francis J. 12, 78, 90, 105 Achatz, Mrs. F. J. 90 Ackerman, Luvenia 69 Acton, Margaret Jane 55, 91 Adams, Bill, 12, 75, 101, 138, 140 Adams, Clarence 100 Adams, John Dan 19, 79, 81, 84, 101, 107, 128 Adams, Leton 16, 19, 103, 126 Adams, Marie 19 Adams, Richard 55, 80 Ahern, John R. 55, 84, 99, 127, 147 Allbright, Paul H. 18, 19, 54, 79, 84, 90 100, 101, 104, 105 Allison, Ruby 69 Ammons, Maxine 69, 86 Andersen, Dr. Holger W. 12, 102, 103 130 Andersen, Mrs. H. W. 103 Archer, Ruth Jane 55, 95 Arkansas State College 159 Armstrong, C. S. 147 Armstrong E. Elizabeth 55 Arnett, Elton 69 Arnold, James W. 69 Arnold, John R 20 Arnold, Thomas Kim 55, 82, 109, 125 Arrington, Gerald 69, 109, 114, 124 Ashbrook, Rosetta 69, 113 Ashley, Grover 104 Austin, Allen R. 70, 75, 125 Austin, Elizabeth 55, 131 Austin, Hayden 39, 109, 114, 124 Austin, Dr. Russell H. 12 Autrey, Billy 72, 73 Autry, Doris, 73 Autrey, Minnie R. 73 Babcock, Fern 131 Bailey B. B. 69 Bailey, Charles 55, 81 124 Bailey, Carl 8 Baker, Bobby 69 Baker, Clark 20 Baker, Drothy 45, 112 Baker, Gerald D. 55, 83 Baker M. Imogene 20, 90, 106, 109, 114 Balch, Mary 69 Ball, Horace 38 Ball, Melda 55 Bank of Nettleton 162 Banks, W. L. 8 Barhem, Clyde H. 45, 81, 84, 114 Barker, H. Blaine 20, 101, 110, 130 Barnes, Lavaughn 21 Barnett, Betty A. 55, 112, 123 Barnett, Christine 39, 111, 112, 123, 132, 145 Barnhill, Bruce B. 45, 80, 81, 84, 99, 122, 124, 127 Barrett, Joe 92 Barrett, Mrs. Joe 92 Barrett, Mary E. 73 Barrett, Sarah M. 56 Barron, Reba 56 Barton, Frances D. 70, 75 Barton, Martha 72, 73 Barwick, Pernell 21, 114, 124 Baswell, Lemwel 73 Bates, Paul D. 45, 124 Battles, Helen M. 56 Beard, James 104 Becktold Co. 159 Bellamy, J. J. 8 Benson, Joseph 69, 80 Benson, Kenneth, 56 Berry, Almeda 21, 103, 119, 126, 128, 131, 132, 145 Bingham, Doris L. 21, 112, 123, 131 Bird, Deronda 45, 95, 109, 114, 125, 131, 132 Bishop, M. 138 Bittinger, Kathryn 22, 94, 106 Blackwood, J. G. 81 Blackwood, R .Lee, Jr. 69 Blackwood, Samuel H. 70 Blalock J. Lee 56 Blalock, Warren 56, 80, 118 Blevins, J. R. 56 Block, Maurice 8 Bloodkorth, Howard 22 Blue Top Engraving Co. 154 Bolton, Everett 45, 80, 108, 138, 142 Booker, George 44, 45, 82, 97, 111, 121, 147 Booker, Martha Jean 45, 91, 109, 114, 119, 120, 125, 128 Booker, Mary June 22, 92, 93, 103, 109, 111, 121, 122 Booth, Boyd 45 Booth, Buford 45 Index NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 169 Bowdon, Foster Jr. 39 Bowdon, Vivian P. 70 Boy, Atharita 73 Boyd, Sunshine 56, 114, 116 122, 131, 132 Bradford, Addison 104 Bradley, Helen 56 Branan, Homer 38, 39, 97, 147 Bremer, Alma 22, 102, 112, 120, 123, 131 Brickell, Norvell J. 39, 103, 115 Briggs, Ernest 69 Briggs, William R. 56, 84 Brooks, Coy C. 45 Brown, Gene 45, 91, 120, 131, 137 Brown, Gwendolyn R. 56, 109, 114, 131 Brown, Harry R. 70, 75 Brown, Hewlette " Bud " 54, 69, 80 84, 97 Brown, Mary Elise 39, 94, 95, 109, 114, 120 Brown, Mrs. Mary R. 10, 11, 12, 103, 120, 129 Brown, Dr. Newton H. 8 Browner, Marie 69, 113, 131, 132 Browning, Cynthia 46, 113, 126 Brownlee, Leroy 69, 114, 124 Brownlee, Louise 56, 91, 123, 132 Brownlee, Mary Elizabeth 69 Bruner, William Glenn 69 Brunson, Ern est 39, 101 Bryant, John M. 69 Bryant, M. Kate 57, 123, 137 Bryant, Mary Jane 46. 116 Buchanan, Addie 46, 120 Buchanan, Pearl 57, 117, 120 Buchanan — From Illinois — 137 Buhrmester, Fredrick 73, 75 Buhrmester, Wilma C. 57, 145 Bulla, Edith 69, 113 Bullard, Bernice 12, 126 Bundy, Earl 23, 98, 99, 110, 124, 147 Budyshaw, Hazel 73, 74, 75, Burdyshaw, Mildred 73, 75 Burford, Maxine 23 Burk, Emmett 69, 80, 118 Burnett, James A. 57, 83, 97 Burrow, Elwanda 46 Burrow, W. Ray 23, 111, 122, 130 Burton, Randal 69, 81 Busby, Ivan 100 Byrd, Admiral R. 102 Cage, Ila 69, 113 Caldwell, Adley 104 Caldwell, Bernice P. 23, 113 Caldwell, Grover H. 46 Caldwell, Juanita 39, 75, 132, 145 Caldwell, Tancil A. 24, 108, 110, 138 Callahan, Harold 69, 138 Campbell, Maj. B. C. 78 Campbell, Nola 39, 86, 112 Campbell, Paul 80 Campbell, T. J. 80 Campbell, Vera 69, 112 Canale, D. 161 Caraway, Mrs. Hattie W. 8 Caraway, Thaddeus H. 8 Carder, Guy B. 57, 130 Carnation, Charles 69, 84, 125 Carpenter, Deltha F. 46, 132, 145 Carpenter, Nathan 69, 80, 101 Carpenter, Roscoe J. 57 Carroll, Mary Louise 57, 95, 120, 122 Cariday, Ople 46 Cartleberry, Jack 73 Chastain, M. Frances 57 Chambers, Paul 96 Chapman, Ralph 69 Chisum, James 46, 83, 101 Chitwood, Roscoe 38, 39, 80, 84, 97, 105, 106, 108, 110, 116, 119, 122, 128, 130, 147 Citizens Bank 155 City Warter Light Co. 157 Clardy, Ray 69, 83, 84, 110 Clark, Charles 46, 81, 84, 99, 147 Clark, Denver 72, 73 Clark, Hershel 69 Clarke, Maridecine 57, 86, 114, 131 Clayton, Carle 73 Clements, G. W. 98 Cobb, Murry A. 24, 110, 130 Cockrill, James T. 54, 57, 80, 84, 97, 118, 147 Cole, C. Ray, Jr. 57, 84, 118 Coleman, Clyde W. 70 Collier, Louie 44, 46, 81, 97, 111, 121, 124, 130 Colline, Mary Mae 24 Collins, Ruth 12, 94 Conder, Martin 46, 82, 97, 111, 121, 124, 130 Cooley, H. W. 94 Cooley, Mrs. H. W. 94 Cooper, Doris Mae 39, 73 Cooper, G. Dale 24 Cooper, Gordon 57, 81 Cooper, Mrs. Nola 46 Cooper, Rosemary 58, 95, 120, 123, 131 Corkill, Maj. W. E. 12, 78, 92, 104, 129 Corkill, Mrs. W. E. 92 Crafton, Victor C. 58, 80 Craig, Gus 39, 81, 84, 101, 105 Crane, Ivy Preston 25, 84 Crawford, Eugenia 86, 91 Page 170 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Inlex Crist, Julian 69, 80 Cr ockett, James 40, 82, 84, 98, 107, 147 Crook, Jimmie A. 58, 84 Crook, Ollie E. 58, 80 Crosno, Dr. C. D. 12, 94, 118 Crosno, Mrs. C. D. 94 Cureton, Blake 69, 81 Cureton, William 38, 40, 81, 84, 97, 105, 129, 147 Curry, Tom 131 Dacus, Basil 69 Dale, Jack 47, 119, 128 Daugherty, R. 80, 118 Daugherty, Sarah June 47, 93, 127, 131, 145 Davenport, Marjorie 47, 113 Davis, Blanche 69 Davis, Caleb L., Jr. 25, 98, 105, 110, 147 Davis, Elmer 73 Davis, Hettie 69 Davis, James Wendell 12, 108, 129, 142 Davis, Mary 40, 112, 114, 123, 132, 145 Davis, Pearle 8 Dean, Frank B. 58 Deaton, Martha Jane 40, 112 DeField, LaRue 40, 93, 122, 126, 131, 132 DeShazo, James 100 Detrick, Esther Virginia 69, 91 Detrick, Hal 58, 108, 139 Diggs, Jessie 69 Diggs, Ralph 69, 82 Dodson, Marcella 123 Donley, Richard 69, 83, 110 Douglas, Marie 58, 112 Dowless, Frances 58 Driver, G. C, Jr. 25, 79, 80, 100, 101, 107, 108, 111, 117, 121 122 Dudley, Hazel 58, 93 DuPriest,Frances 113 Eason, Joy 73 Edens, Max 58, 82 Edwards, G. B. 69 Elder, Frank R 25, 79, 84, 96, 97, 105, 129 Eldridge, H. E. 10, 11, 13, 94 Eldridge, Mrs. H. E. 13, 94 Eldridge, Homer 69, 82 Elkins, Owen 96 Ellis, Dean B. 13, 100, 101 Sllis, Richard 47, 82, 108 Ellis, Vera 58, 131 Elmore, George E. 70 Emmons, Virginia 69, 114 English, Jimmie 26, 79, 81, 98, 99, 105, 107, 119, 128 147 Fair, Albert 69 Faulkner, W. N. 96 Felley, Donald 40, 82, 101 Felts, Clyde 69 Finch, Billy 73 Finch, Elizabeth 26, 93, 112, 120, 122 Finch, Margaret 26, 93, 106, 112, 120, 122 Fisher, Gladys 26, 95, 103, 111, 121, 122, 137 Fisher, J. C. 47, 80 Fitzgerald, Glenn H. 59, 82, 97 Fitzgerald, Louis A. 59, 81, 99 Fitzgerald, Mary D. 59, 91, 106 Flannigan, Russell 47, 84, 116 Fletcher, Eulahgene 59, 93, 120, 131, 132 Fletcher, Mildred 59, 93 Ford, Essie 123 Fore, Emma Rose 47, 112, 123 Forrest, Cloyce 69 Fortenberry Betty Sue 92 Fortenberry, J. D. 40, 84, 90, 99, 105, 110, 147 Fortinberry, Noralyn 47, 90, 91, 109, 114, 122 Franklin, John 59, 81 Frazier, Louie M. 59, 80, 99 Frazier, Max E, 47, 81, 83, 84, 98, 99 Freeman, Elwood 27, 80 French, Guy 13, 94, 100, French, Mrs Guy 94 French, Harry 96 Frost, Marvin J 80 Futrell, Eunice 73 Gafke, Mrs. A. R. 90 Gaines, E. L. 80 Garner, Daniel A. 59, 84, 97, 118, 147 Garrett, Cyril 59, 139 Garrison, Edwin H. 3, 18, 27, 79, 83, 96, 97, 105, 106, 147 Gauf, Irene 59 Geiger, Lucille 59 Gibbins, Oleta 40 Gibson, Billy 73 Gibson, Cecil 69, 83 Gibson, Doyle 69, 82, 84 Gibson, Joe B. 59, 83, 84, 101, 122, 127 Gibson, Pauline 73, 75 Gidcomp, Lillie 60, 112 Gill, Robin 47, 91, 120, 131 Gipson, Clifford 60, 83 Glasgow, Bryan 73, 75 Glasgow, Earle 73, 75 Glasgow, Lillie 73, 75 Glenn, Rupert W. 60, 83, 84 Goodwin, Paul 69 Grabble, Nadine 69 Index NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 171 Graham, Bernard 38, 40, 83, 84, 97, 107, 111, 118, 121, 136, 147 Grant, G. B. 13, 110 Gray, Thomas Ira 27, 79, 84, 100, 101, 104, 105, 106, 121 Green, Bruce 27, 139 Greer, Laura E. 60, 91, 107, 109, 114, 131 Greer, Louise L. 60, 91, 107, 109, 114, 131 Gregg, Dorothy L. 72, 73 Gregg Funeral Home 164 Gregory, George 70, 75 Grier, Albert W. 60, 83 Grier, Mary Louise 60, 95, 120, 125, 132, 145 Griffin, Allene 40 Griffin, Jack 69, 81 Griffin. Ruth M. 70, 75 Grimes, James 60 Hague, Jacqueline E. 70, 75 Hale, Carolyn 72, 73, 75 Hale, Elizabeth E. 70, 74 Hall, Norma 113, 117 Hammond, Helen 40, 116 Hammond, Odell 47 Hampton, Billy 69 Hancock, Lloyd 96, 104 Hanify, Floride 40, 90, 91 Hannah, Jewel 47, 117, 123 Harper, William C. 70, 75 Harris, Carl D. 48, 84, 97, 110, 114, 124, 147 Harris, Chester R. 69, 82 Harris, Earl A. 60, 83, 84, 107, 110 Harris, Grace 69 Harris, Walter P. 69, 80, 84, 118 Hartsock, Edmond P. 54, 60, 81, 84, 97, 118, 147 Hartwig, Edith 48, 116 Harvey, Mary Katheryn 60, 93 Haynes, James Ray 41, 84, 98, 99, 103, 105, 111, 121, 122 Haynes, Paul 73 Heagler, Bill 84. 118 Heath, Eddie 96 Heath, Eulene 60, 93, 131 Heathcott, Harold H. 61, 82, 99 Heern, Howard 41, 108 Heinemann ' s Department Store 151 Henderson, Clay 107 Hendrix, Lorene 61 Herman, Gayle H. 69 Hetherington, Earl S. 16 Hetherington, H. 95 Heuver, Eleanor M. 13, 92, 103 Hickey, Harve 94 Hickey, Mrs. Harve 94 Hickox, William H. 61, 84, 118, 125 Hicks, Harold 69 Hicks, Mary 69 Hill, George 28, 147 Hinson, Margaret W. 71, 75 Hitchcock, John H. Jr. 28 Hobgood, Allyne 61 Hoffman, Edward H. 28, 97, 107, 108, 139 Hoffman, Paul 48, 82, 84, 96, 97, 107, 111, 119, 122, 128, 130, 143, 147 Hogue, Flo Edna 48, 120, 122, Hollan, Edgar 38 Hollard, H. W. 10, 11, 13„ 92, 99, 105, 110, 129 Hollard, Mrs. H. W. 13, 92, 103, 126 Holler, Susie 69, 113 Horn, Orieda 48, 92, 93, 106, 120, 132 House of Fashion 152 Houston, Gene 48, 83, 101 Hout, Mildred 38, 41, 137 Howard, Alva. 48, 69 Howard, Bill 69, 115, 139 Howell, Mrs. Bessie 13, 112 Huber, Juanita B. 61, 131 Huber, R. Franklin 48, 80 Huddleston, Pauline 69 Highes, Joe G. 28, 79, 83, 84 Hughey, Robert 104 Huitt, Edward C. 29, 101, 111, 121, 126, 130 Huitt, Dr. H. C. 13, 44, 54, 90„ 103 ,111, 121. 129 Huitt, Mrs, H. C 90 Hulen, William 69, 80 Hunton, Charles 69, 81 Husband, J. B. 41, 82, 117, 124, 147 Hyneman, B. Frank 48, 82 Hyneman, G. C. 61 Hynson, Phillip 69, 81, 84, 118 Isaacs, Max 69 Izard, Sedley 41, 95, 109, 114 Jackson, Babe 61, 93, 145 Jackson, Joan 73 Jackson, Juanita 69, 92 ,93, 112, 120, 123, 132 Jackson Paint Supply Co. 162 Jamison, Hugh 48, 81, 97, 111, 121, 130, 147 Jamison, Mack 61, 81, 109 ,114 Jeffers, E. Brookie 69 Jernigan, Glenda Mac 41 Jinks, Jimmie 69 Johns, Dot 69 Johnson, Gerald E. 61, 82, 84 Page 172 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Index Johnson, Irene 29, 92, 93, 103, 107, 119, 120, 122, 128, 129, 131 Johnson, Judge J. C. 8 Johnson, Melba J. 73 Johnson, Robert 69, 83 Johnston, Hazel 48, 91, 119, 128, 131, 132 Johnston, Maxine 61 Jones, Bill 48, 81, 99, 147 Jones, Laura 41, 109, 114 Jonesboro Grocer Co. 165 Jordon, Jay J. 29, 104 Jowers, Billy 38, 41, 106, 119, 122, 130 Kapple, Ernestine 61, 120, 131 Kays, Victor C. 8, 9, 105 Xays, Mrs. V. C. 90 Kell, George C. 61, 82, 99, 147 Kell, John H. 69 Keller, Charles Dorse 29, 98, 99, 142, 143, 147 Keller, G. Donald 30, 99, 138, 140 Kellett, Orville 98, 100 Kennedy, Paul 69 Kenward ' s Greenhouse 158 Kessler, Henry 69, 82 Kiech, Maurice C. 71, 75 Killough, Newton 18 Kilpatrick, W. Barle 62, 84, 106, 110, 130 King, Azel R. 62 King, Janice 41, 93, 126, 131 Kinney, A. Lincoln 49, 82, 114 Kirk, Christola 69 Kitterman, Jay 49, 81 Knowlton, Bruce 49, 81, 115, 119, 128 Knutsen, Aanen 69 Kopp, William R. 49, 80, 84 Korspeter, Betty Jo 62, 94, 95, 120, 123 Lacy, William B., Jr. 71 Lafferty, Henry 62 Lamb, Mitchell 69 Lane, Charles 62, 80 Lane, Katherine 30, 111, 116, 121 Langford ' s Mortuary 161 Langley, Mareda 69, 112 Langley, Pauline 62, 112, 114 Lauderdale, David 69, 82, 84, 110 Lauderdale, Edwin 62, 82 Lauderdale, James 41, 80, 97, 118 Lawhon, Bonnie V. 62, 114, 131, 136 Lawson, Douglas 49, 81, 110 Ledbetter, John Paul 69, 82, 84, 117 Leiter, Dale 69, 83, 97, 108, 139, 142 Lewis, Jack 69, 82, 84, 110 Lewis, Capt. John L. 14, 78, 92, 105 Lewis, Mrs. J. L. 92 Lewis, R. F. 80 Light, Charles 96 Lile, Sunshine 49, 90, 91, 120, 127 Linam, Lewel 69 Linderman, Laura 69 Lines, Dorothy Lee 90 Lines, Fred 41, 100, 101, 109, 125 Livengood, Bernice 14, 103, 131 Lockhart, Seymour 69, 84, 109, 116, 125 Loftis, John R. 49, 82, 98, 99, 122, 127 Lutterloh, Dr. P. W. 90 Lutterloh, Mrs. P. W. 90 Lyons, James R. 62, 83, 97 Mack, C. 140 Mack, Robert D. 62, 82, 101, 111 Mack, Will 8 Maddox, Herman 81 Magee, Horace L. Ill 62, 84, 97, 118 Marcum, Weldon, E. 71, 75 Martin, Glenda M. 73 Masner, Billie 49, 100, 112, 123 Mason, F. Elizabeth 49, 95, 120, 127 Mason, James H. 14, 99, 103 Mason, Mrs. James H. 14, 75, 90, 132 Mason, Marion T. 69 Mathis, J. D. 62 Mayes, Elmer C. 69, 80, 84, 142 Mays, Morris 49, 83 Mays, W. C. 49, 84, 96, 97, 127 McAlexander, Helen 49 McBride, Ruth 50, 93, 119, 122, 128, 132, 145 McCall, Buddy Jim 63, 82, 128, 147 McCandless, Leland 98 McCann, Leonard 63, 109, 114, 124, McCarroll, Ben 69, 106, 115, 119, 124, 128 McCoy, Mary 73, 75 McCoy, William U. 50, 84, 97, 124, 125 McCulloch, Phillip 69, 101, 115 McElvain, J. W. 96 McEwen, Homer Gene 44, 50, 81, 98, 99, 122, 128, 147 McEwen, William B. 71 McFarland, Floy R. 63 McGarity, Mary H. 73 McGaughey, Catheryn E. 63, 91 McGinnis, J. H. 50, 119, 128 McGinnis, Sam R. 63, 83, 99, 127, 147 McGuire, Dan 50, 82, 84, 101 McGuire, Joe 104 McHaney, Marilyn 50, 109, 114 Mcllroy, E. M. 63 McKelvey,, P. G. 69 McKnight, R. 121 Index NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 173 McMeans, C. E. 14, 90, 96, 109, 114 McMeans, Mrs. C. El. 90 Mead, Virginia 63, 111 Mercantile Bank 157 Merrell, Frances L. 63 Metzler, Henry 41, 80, 99, 108, 126, 140, 142 Middleton, J. L. 69, 82 Miles, Vernon 69 Miller-Crenshaw 158 Miller, Gordon 50, 81, 110, 130 Miller, Thomas 50, 115, 116, 130 Miller, W. Warren 30 Mitchell, L. G. 80 Mitchell, Tony 73 Mitchell, Wayne 69 Mock, Reba 44, 50, 86, 91, 106, 120, 123, 131. 132 Modren Photo Shop 154 Moon, Carrol 131 Moore, Donza L. 69, 114 Moore, Ernest 69 Moore, Fred P. 30, 79, 84 Moore, George C. 63, 81 Moore, Sara C. 63, 95, 120, 122 Moore, Tom Patton 42, 83, 84, 101 Morris, John Allen 63, 82 Morrison, Ivor B. 31, 96, 97, 117, 124, 147 Morton, Edna 31, 117 Moss, Everett 73 Mounce, Imogene 69 Moyers, Charles 50, 109, 118, 125 Mullins, Mary 69, 112 Murphy, Irene 73 Myers, James M. 31, 101 Nabers, Mary Ann 63, 91, 120 Nance, Mabel 50, 132, 145 Neal, Charles 42, 130 Nedrow, Dr W. W. 14, 38, 92, 99, 127 Nedrow, Mrs. W. W. 16, 92 Neece, Helen 50, 91, 114, 123, 127, 131, 132 Nelson, Sheldon G. 64, 82, 130 Nettles Denver E. 69 Nettles, Howard 69 Niell, Fred 31, 79, 82, 101, 107, 109, 114. 118 124 Nunnally, J. Warren 64 O ' Bryant, Arthur 69 O ' Dell, Ruby E. 64, 113 Ogles, Hubert 51, 80 Oldham, Hershell 51, 84, 122 Olive W. Bob 64, 84, 110 Osment, T. Eugene 64, 81, 99, 140, 142, 147 Overall, Ruth 69 Owens, Bobbie 73 Park, Nina Lucille 51, 112, 123 Park, Willian 69, 80, 84 Parker, Mrs. H. W. 94 Parker, Jean L. 71, 74, 75 Parker, J. Macon 64, 84 Parker, Wayne 69, 81, 140, 143 Parr, J. E. 94 Parr, Mrs. J. E. 94 Pasmore, Dr, D. Frederick 14, 117, 122 Pasmore, Mr. D. Frederick 14, 90, 123 Pate, Raymond 51, 83, 84, 97, 110, 124, 127 Patterson, Nancy 64, 91, 125 Patty, Dr. John R. 14, 92 Patty, Mrs. J. R. 92 Paxton, Fairis 69 Payne, Gerald 73 Payne, Patty 73 Penix Cleaning Co. 155 Penix, Jim 96 Penny, Amogia 51, 113 Pepper, Dan Jr. 51, 80, 84, 101 Perkins, Edd 51 Perry, Harold 72, 73 Peterson, James B. 64 Pharis, Milton 140, 147 Pickens, John 64, 83, 99 Pickens, Ralph 69 Pierce, John 69 Piggly Wiggly 164 Pleitz, Robert 51, 100, 101, 115 Plunkett, Dr. F. W. 14, 115, 116 Plunkett, L. W. 15, 90 Plunkett, Mrs. L. W. 90 Poag, Jewell 64 Pohlner, Frank J. 71 Pounds, Lowell E. 64, 80 Powell, Charles 42, 80 Powell, Helen L. 64, 93, 121 Prater, Mary 69, 113 Price Loyd 51, 82, 84, 104, 118 Pruett, Jeter 42, 81 Pugh, Franklin 69, 80, 81, 118 Purviance, Naomi 128 Purvis, H. T. Son 152 Purvis Jimie Joe 65, 83 Puryear Grocer Co: 151 Pyle, Claude L. 65, 80, 118 Rains, Juanita 51, 112 Ramsey, James 3, 18, 32, 79, 90, 104, 96, 106, 115, 136, 147 Ramsey ,Veona 69, 113, 132, 145 Ramsey, Zula 69, 113, 117, 120, 131, 132, 145 Page 174 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Index Randel, Edith 69 Ranch, Robert 69 Rankin, Eunice 51 Rauls, Jane 51, 94, 95, 100, 109, 114, 122, 125, 131, 132 Rauls, Ruth 42, 103, 111, 121, 126 Raymond, Francis 104 Raynes, Lawrence 69 Rea, Nina 69, 112, 120, 123, 132 Reasons, Kathleen, 38, 42, 91, 109, 114, 121, 129 Reddish, Delaine 65, 93, 131 Rees, Billy 42, 81 Register, Henry A. 65 Reid, Irene Mrs 69 Renck, Marjorie 69, 113 Rensraw, Dorothy R. 65 Richardson, Martha 54, 65, 91, 112, 116 Richardson, Une Lee 69, 113 Rickman, Blanche 52, 112, 122 Rickman, Sibyl 65 Ridings, Gus Ray 44, 104 Ridley, Jane Grey 32, 111, 114, 121 Robbs, Helen 65 Robbs, Peyton A. Jr. 32 Roberts, Marie 73 Robertson, James T. 65, 83 Robey, Dr. Ashley 4, 5, 15, 18, 98, 106 Robinson, Bobby 73 Robinson, Charles K. 69 Robinson, Rosalee 65, 93, 114, 117 Rodgers, Louie 52, 82, 97, 106, 110, 124, 127, 130 Rogers, Mrs. D. T. 15, 38, 44, 90, 103 Rogers, Emma 15, 94, 126 Rogers, Permilia 69 Rogers, W. Burley 32, 110, 111, 121 Rogers, Mrs. W. Burley 42 Rongey, Charles 52, 81, 84, 101, 110 Rorex, Clifford C. 42, 82, 99, 105, 143 Rorex, Gussie May 65, 103, 132, 145 Ross, Dr. E. A. 102 Roth, Mrs. Mildred 69, 103 Rowan, Marzee Ann 33, 93, 103, 109, 114, 119, 128 Rowland, John W., Jr. 65, 101 Rutledge, Angus V. 33, 79, 103, 107, 117, 126 Saliba, Alice N. 66, 93, 128, 131, 132, 136, 145 Saliba, Philip 66 Salmon, H. S., Jr. 42, 82, 84, 101 Sample, Eddie 52, 82, 99, 108, 141 Sanders, Patty Lou 38, 42, 91, 103, 123, 126, 132, 145 Sanderson, Leslie G. 33 Sandifer, Maudena F. 71 Schierding, Lenore 15, 95, 103, 111, 121, 129 Schisler, Edward 73 Schnee, Robert H. 33, 111, 117, 122, 124 Schroeder, Ernest 42, 83, 103, 126 Schwartz, Herbert 15, 129, 147 Scott, G. Rodney 34 Secoy, A. Lorraine 34, 86, 90, 91, 107, 127 Secoy, Babe 66, 91, 137 Sellers, lvira L. 66, 120, 123, 131 Settlemire, Dell 66, 80, 99, 109, 114, 124, 143, 147 Settlemire, Paul 43, 81, 99, 107, 108, 141, 143 Settlemire, Prell 66, 81, 99, 109, 114, 124 Shannon, Leister L. 34 Sharp, Camilla 34, 103, 126 Shauver, Mary E. 66, 131 Shearer, Edith 66, 120, 123, 132 Shell, John R. 43, 83, 84, 105, 118 Shelton, John 43, 81, 84, 110 Sheppard, Clementine 66 Showman, Mabel 69 Showalter, Dr. D. F. 10, 11, 15, 38, 103 Shover, Dr. W. G. 15, 92, 99, 103, 126 Shover Mrs. W. G. 92 Shride, Leona 69, 112 Sifford, Wilson 100 Sigler, Roy 92 Sims, Helen 66 Sims, I. A. 66, 81, 97, 110 Sing, Betty Mae 66 Sisler, Joella 52, 120, 127 Skari, L. C. 80 Smith C. D. 69, 108 Smith, Harold 43 Smith, Harold T. 69, 83, 84, 125 Smith, Landis R. 35, 114, 122, 124, 127 Smith, Leon 43, 80, 84 Smith, Mabel 52, 93, 117, 120, 126 Smith, Wanda Faye 67, 93, 120 Smith, W. Earl 35, 110, 111, 121 Smith, Mrs. W. Earl 43 Snellgrove, Frank 54, 67, 81, 115 Snodgrass, A. E. 80 Snowden, I. J. 69 Snowden, Reba 35, 111, 121, 131 Speck, Shelby 67 Somers, Irene 69 Somers, Lester A. 15, 114, 125, 129 Somers, Mrs. Lester A. 15 Staggs, Ernestine 67, 116 Stayton, Thomas 67 Index NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Page 175 Stephens, Lou Ellen 69, 111, 112, 121 Steyer, Carl 69 Stimpson, Lucy 69 Stone, Henry B., Jr. 73 Stone, Wynnie B. 35, 86, 91, 107, 111, 114, 125 Stotts, Bettys 67 Stuck, C. A. Sons 158 Sturdivant, Helen 52, 91, 109, 114, 123, 131 Summers, Billy 73 Summers, Glenda 73 Surridge, Bob 96 Sutton, Marjoria F. 67. 93, 145 Swann, Mealus 16 Swarens, Robert 69, 82, 84, 118 Swindle, J. L. 100 Swindle, Verdie 67, 112 Tarpley, Udell 69, 106, 115, 130 Tate, Helen 37 Terrell, Warren 69 Thomas, Anna N. 72, 73 Thomas, Ruth 52, 91 Tompson, Clay Witt 67, 82 Thompson, Glenn 67, 83, 84 Thompson, Jimmie F. 71 Thompson, Ruby 52, 112 Thompson, Kelly 36, 79, 80, 100, 107 141 Thornton, Warren 43, 101, 106, 115, 119, 128 Thorpe, Marian 67, 117, 120 Thorpe, McCauley, Love Co. 155 Threlkeld, T. N. 69, 81, 118 Tibbels, John W. 52, 80, 84, 99, 110, 124, 127, 147 Tilley, Willard 69, 139, 141, 143, 147 Tillman, Norman 67, 83, 84, 127 Traylor, Mabel 68 Troutt, Fred 94 Troutt, Mrs, Fred 94 Tullos, Tommy. W .68, 83 Turman, Audrey I. 71, 75 Turner, Bill 73, 75 Turner, Richard A. 68, 82 Turner, Wanda Lee 68 Turney, Iva 69, 113 Turney, Miva 69, 113 United Agencies 162 Vaughn, Gage 36, 111, 121, 130 Vaughn, Robert N. 96 Vinson, Veta D. 69, 71 Von Heck, C. 139, 141 Wainscott, Elza 72, 73 Walker, Wesley C. 68, 143 Wallace, Algie 43, 101 Wallace, Connie 52, 95, 120, 123, 131,132 Wallace, Vivian 52 Walls Department Store 152 Walls, Herman 69 Ward, Aline 123, 145 Warr, C.V. 16 Warr, Mrs. C. V. 16 Warr, Vernon B. 68, 81, 84 Washburn, Dick 69 Watkins, Gerald 69 Watts, George H. 69 Wells, Preston 53, 99, 109, 114, 124 Wheatley, Betty J, 72 Wheatley, Donald A. 72, 74, 75 Whidden, James 83 Whitaker, Ann Adelle 36, 106, 111, 115, 121, 131, 117 Whitaker, R. 8 White, Dr. Henry Ellis 16, 110 White, Mary Ellen 36, 92, 103, 105, 117, 126 Whitsitt, E. L. 18 Whitsitt, Mrs. E. L. 94 Wilcox, Dorothy 53, 86, 91, 100, 106, 116, 123 Wiles, John 53, 80, 84 Wiles, Leota 53 Wilkinson, Joe 69, 108, 141 Williams, F. D. 83 Williams, Gwendolyn 69 Williams, James 69 Wilson, Ewell 53, 80, 97, 110 Wilson, John S. 43, 106 Wilson, R. E. Lee 8 Wimberley, Jerry 37, 79, 82, 84, 141 Wimp, Eugene 43 Wise, Joseph C. 69 Wood, Fannie Lou 68 Wood, Harold 82 Weed, Hattie Mae 68 Wood, Joe 37, 100, 101, 108, 137, 138, 140 Wood, Witt 104 Woods, Harold L. 43 Woodside, Lee S. 68, 82 Word, Dick, Jr. 53, 81, 101 Work, Lucille 53, 112, 125, 131, 132, 145 Worsley, Edward 53, 80, 97, 101, 110, 111, 121, 124 ,127,, 130, 136, 147 Wyatt, Victor 37, 98, 99, 106, 118 Wyatt, William H. 16, 119, 127 Wyatt, Winford 98 Yarbrough, Loyd 69, 83 Young, L. Terrell 69, 83 Page 176 NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY Index ”
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