Arkansas State University - Indian Yearbook (Jonesboro, AR)
- Class of 1957
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US ta y ,B0OT Arkansas State College US xnny Instructor UnfiS PQ» Arkansas State College 3 caiifige- Axianaaa 4 THE 1957 6o Sdttors fJokH frowning, flokn Morton business Manager— im Woodsmall faculty Advisor — Dean Kobert Moore iflr. Clarence C. CrabenS Mr. Cravens passed away on August 13,1956. He had spent ten years on the teaching staff of the Agriculture Depart- ment at A.S.C. To his former students and many other friends he was known as ' ' Pop ' . His ready wit and home- spun philosophy made him a favorite on the campus. Many former students were encouraged by him and he will be missed by the large number of those who counted him not only as a teacher but also a genuine friend. Jfflrg. £irgtma Campbell Mrs. Campbell passed away on June 7,1956. She had spent five years on the staff at A.S.C. Her first position ivas as teacher of the sixth grade in the A.S.C. Demonstration School and then as Secretary to the president. She was a graduate of A.S.C. and had a genuine love for the college, devoting much time toward singing its praise. Her presence on the campus will he missed, but to a host of former students and friends the memory of her ivill always be pleasant. tttortam Board of Trustees Seated — Roland Hughes, Jonesboro; Max Poe, Pocahontas; J. H. Smith, Birdeye. Standing — Russell Owen, Marked Tree; William H. Wyatt, Blytheville. 7 Our President MR. J. D. COKER Assistant Registrar DR. J. WALTER TURNER Dean of General Education and Extension MRS. BETTY BOWERS Secretary, Registrar MRS. ROSE REDMOND Secretary, Extension MR. BAIRD V. KEISTER Registrar MRS. BETTY GALE DAVIS Clerk, Registrar DR. LESLIE E. HARTLEY Co-ordinator, General Education Studies MRS. MARY LOU WOOD Secretary, Dean of College MRS. JO ANN McKAY Secretary, General Education MRS. PEGGY WADDELL Secretary MR. JAMES A. ROLLINS Men ' s Counselor MRS. VIRGINIA PIERCE Dormitory Social Director MRS. JOAN WOOLF Nurse MRS. JOHN RAUTH Dormitory Social Director DR. GROVER POOLE Physician MRS. GRACE JONES Dormitory Social Director 13 MR. ED MISAK MRS. THAILIA FUNCHESS MR. W. S. SAWYERS MR. W. H. POPE Clerk Clerk-Typist Farm Manager Accountant MRS. W. W. NEDROW Cafeteria Manager MRS. ORTHANY DEKKER Cashier MRS. JOHNNIE SEGARS Secretary, Business Manager MR. VICTOR BERGER Manager, Wigwam and, Bookstore MR. FOSTER BOWDEN Comptroller MRS. ADDIE HORRELL Clerk, Bookstore 15 19 MISS MILDRED VANCE Education and Psychology Department MISS LILLIAN BARTON DR. ROBERT B. KLUGE DR. PAUL E. COUCH Head of Department DR. RAY SIMPSON DR. TOM M. JONES MR. WILLARD FRICK MISS MARY WHITE Secretary MR. DONALD MINX DR. DUANE H. HASKELL Head of Department MR. JOHN MAHARG Fine Arts Department MISS ELIZABETH BECK MR. RICHARD K. SCHALL MR. THEODORE C. LANGE The Fine Arts Building The Fine Arts Facult y on P icmc We help on the Christmas Parade DR. JAMES D. WOOLF MRS. WANDA WALKER MR. LELAND W. PLUNKETT MISS ELEANOR LANE MISS JEAN CONDRAY MR. HOWARD BAHR MISS LABELVA CONNELLY MR. JOHN Ed. CRAMER Language and MR. B. J. STEELMAN MR. CHAELES RAINES MR. CECIL ADAMS Head of Department Our New Heidelberg Press ROSS DURHAM Printer We set type for the new catalog The Print Shop 31 CAROLYN ROLESON Secretary SGT. TOMMY BLAKEMORE SGT. RUSSELL DOWDEN COL. HARRY B. COOPER, JR. Head of Department Military Science Department SGT. ROY STROMERT SGT. WILLIAM WORTHAM SGT. JAMES C. WHITE SGT RALPH MATTHEW VIAJ. JOHN T. SOUTHERLAND CAPT. FRANK McNEECE CAPT. DUANE PARKER CAPT. RICHARD BOECKMAN MR. GENE HARLOW MISS EVELYN PRESCOTT MR. JOHN RAUTH MR. J. A. TOMLINSON Head of Department Physical Education Department MRS. DOLLY RUTH BROWN Secretary MR. CONAN SMITH MRS. JEAN WILLIAMS MR. DEAN B. ELLIS MR. HOWARD BAKER DR. J. O. RICHARDSON MR. WILLIAM BYRD MISS FLODELL APPLETON MR. LYLE DIXON DR. EUGENE WH1TLAKE MR. TROY BLUE MR. MICHAEL JOHNEDES MISS ELIZABETH CLAIBORNE MR. MARSHELL MATTHEWS Social Science Department DR. HOMER C. HUITT Head of Department MR. DURWARD COOPER MRS. MARY R. BROWN DR. DONALD KONOLD MR. EDGAR KIRK MR. ROBERT COOLEY MR. J. A. GALLOWAY MR. LLOYD HARING DR. BERNARD GORROW MISS CLARISSA DELANO Home Ec. girls at work Wonder if the title of the book is suggestive? Mrs. Brown finds the cupboard is not bare Planning a trip? Nope, studying Geography. The Social Science Faculty on picnic Pi Gamma Mu sponsored White Christmas 4. 32. r ■ »i SilM Everybody knows this spot The Post Office Winston! Where is all the mail? Empty as usual 40 Dr. Grover Poole, College Physician The Health Center Be careful, Nurse 41 i M OVER-ALI 42 and Its Council Left to Right — Mrs. Grace Jones, Sherrill Anderson, Barbara Ruther- ford, Carolyn Kelly, Wilma Clark, Shirley Million, Virginia Lynch, Sandra Hinds, Wanda Heaton, Sue McCall. Woman ' s New Dormitory and Its Council First Row, Left to Right — Sharon Hendrix, Marie Hall, Pat Cross, Shelba Jean Lea. Second Row, Left to Right — Maurine Dobbs, Carolyn Bookout, Gladys McPike, Darlene Wallace, Jane Files. Danner Hall Seated — Russ Tomason, John Morton, Mrs. Virginia Pierce, Tommy Burrow, Amos Bass. Second Row — Tommy Green, Richard Ford, Finis Burns, James Fields, Bob Schriver, Harry Matson. Third Row — Tommy Yancey, Max Powell, Gus Slayton, Sam Robbins. Mens New Dormitory ™ i council Seated — Kelly Lipsey, T. V. Williams, John Woodruff. Standing — James R. Taylor, Charlie Frankum, Carvil Trammel. — „ Lewis Hall and Its Council Left to Right — Johnnie Louise Merlo, Charlotte James, Mrs. John Rauth, Joyce King, Norma White. College Club and Its Council Front Row — Jerry Johnson, Harvey Seymor, S h i r 1 Straus- ser, Don Strickland. Back Row — Muthena N a s e r i William Kendrick, Murray Sul- livan, Don Huckabee, Jack Lin- coln. and Its Council Front Row — Mr. Jim Rollins, Bill Glasgow, Earl Wainscott, Darryl Roberts, Wayne King. Back Row — Bob Jetton, Gerald Foley, Bob Hope, Ronald Masson, Chester Eason. THE HANGAR BUILDING- Home of the 327th AAA Battalion Arkansas National Guard- FUTURE HOME of the 327th AAA -UNDER CONSTRUCTION O O o o loolooU oL oo go 1 o Go- ? i " rH s 5e « HKS. , PftTE J 3 rR oct o KANSAS COLC c oooolq oo lo o r _ j _ 51 MARY BELLE ALLEN Ho comb, Mo. Major: Business Education Alpha Gamma Delta, Arkastaters, A. W.S., Pi Omega Pi, W.A.A., B. S.U. NELL DEAN ALLEN Manila Major: Elementary Education Future Teachers of America. J. C. ANTHONY Water Valley, Miss. Major: Physical Education P.E. Club, " A " Club, Football, AAHPER. DARREL M. ARNOLD Sardis, Miss. Major: Mathematics " A " Club, Baseball, Football. :hester g. ashabranner Manila Major: Vocational Agriculture Agri Club, F.F.A. JIM AUSTIN Delaplaine Major: Physical Education P.E. Club, Baseball, Track. JAMES E. AVERY Marston, Mo. Major: Physical Education Sigma Pi, ASC Band, P.E. Club, Square Dance Club, Cheerleader. WALTER M. BAILEY Elaine Major: Animal Husbandry Pi Kappa Alpha, Arkastaters, Agri Club, Judging Team, Scab- bard and Blade. TERRY LYNN BALLARD Manila Major: Biology au Kappa Epsilon, B.B.B., Kap- a Pi, ASC Band, Drill Team. JIM C. BARDEN Pocahontas Major: Journalism Press Club, Herald Staff (Edi- tor) . ALPHUS J. BARFOOT Gideon, Mo. Major: Business Administration Sigma Pi, ASC Band, Business Club. BEULAH BARKLEY Lake City Major: Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi. 53 ROSA LEE BARNES Monette Major: Business Education Pi Omega Pi. CARL PATTON BARNHILL Paragould Major: Agriculture Economics Agri Club, Herald Staff. EDWARD RUSH BARRETT, JR. Joneshoro Major: Chemistry Veterans Club, Meter Liter Club, Baseball. AMOS BROWN BASS Portageville, Mo. Major: Mathematics Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Danner Council. JAMES M. BELL Wheatley Major: Journalism Press Club, ASC Choir, Agri Club, Pershing Rifles, Herald Staff. IMOGENE BENNETT Gideon, Mo. Major: Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, B.S.U. FRANCES C. BERGMAN " Thayer, Mo. Major: Education Future Teachers of America. WALLY L. BERRY Clarkton, Mo. Major: Vocational Agriculture Veterans Club, Agri Club, F.F.A., B.S.U. BENNIE E. BIBB Trumann Major: Social Science Baseball, Basketball. DIANE BIBB Trumann Major: Business Education Alpha Omicron Pi, Pi Omega Pi, B.S.U. THOMAS L. BLADES Maiden, Mo. Major: Elementary Education Veterans Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Int. Rel. Club, F.T.A. JAMES C. BLANKINSHIP ] onesboro Major: Printing Press Club, Graphic Arts Club, Herald Staff. ROBERT J. BLUE Harrisburg, 111. Major: Physical Education P.E. Club, " A " Club, Football, Assistant Football Coach. JAMES M. BOURLAND Manila Major: Agriculture Independent Students Association, Arkastaters, Agri Club, Scabbard and Blade, Drill Team, B.S.U. BOYCE A. BOWDON Jonesboro Major: Radio-Journalism Press Club, French Club, Histor- ical Society, Wesley Foundation, Ministerial Alliance, Herald Staff. Debate Team. DONNIE M. BOWLIN Walcott Major: Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha, Jr. Class Vice- " Pres., ASC Choir, Agri Club, Business Club, B.S.U. , Scabbard and Blade, Drill Team. MARY LOU BOWLING Deering. Mo. Major: Physical Education W.A.A., P.E. Club, Square Dance Club, Women ' s Rifle Team. ARACW Newsletter Editor. BILLIE ANN BRADEN Senath, Mo. Major: Elementary Education Arkettes. THOMAS L. BRADEN Senath, Mo. Major: English DONALD JAMES BRADLEY Jonesboro Major: Social Science 55 BILL E. BRANSCUM Caraway Major: Agriculture Education Veterans Club, Agri Club, F.F.A. BARBARA BREWER Jonesboro Major: Business Administration Alpha Gamma Delta, A.W.S., ASC Band, Honorary Cadet, In- dian Beauty, W.A.A., B.S.U. JOHN H. BREWER, JR. Rector Major: Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon, S.G.A., Sr. Class President, ASC Band, ASC Choir, Arkastatesmen, Scabbard and Blade. WILLIAM PHILLIP BRIDGER Nettleton Major: Physical Education Pi Kappa Alpha, P.E. Club, Rifle Team, Baseball. NANCY JO BROWN jonesboro Major: Biology T.K.E. Fingerbowl Maid. JULIO ALBERTO BULA Barranquilla, Colombia Major: Business Administration Business Club, Int. Relations Club, Newman Club. MARTHA JOAN BURGE Campbell, Mo. Major: Elementary Education TERRY E. BURGE Campbell, Mo. Major: Chemistry Beta Beta Beta, Meter and Liter Club. PAUL D. BURROW Augusta Major: Agriculture Education Agri Club, F.F.A. TOMMY C. BURROW Augusta Major: Agriculture Engineering Independent Students Associa tion, Agri Club. 56 JIMMY D. CALDWELL Wynne Major: English Jr. Class Vice-President, Sr. Class Vice-President, Agri Club, B.S.U. JACK E. CALKINS Jonesboro Major: Journalism Press Club, Veterans Club. DAVE E. CAMP Dixie Major: Physical Education Independent Students Association, P.E. Club, Scabbard and Blade. EVELYN F. CARLTON Jonesboro Major: Art Alpha Omicron Pi, S.G.A., A.W.S., Alpha Psi Omega, Kap- pa Pi, ASC Band, Majorette, ASC Choir, Wesley Foundation, Dra- matics. VERNON M. CARRENS Maynard Major: Mathematics Future Teachers of America. EDWARD CARTER Holcomb, Mo. Major: Vocational Agriculture Agri Club, F.F.A. MARY J. CASNER Jonesboro Major: English Arkastaters, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Int. Rel. Club, F.T.A., B.S.U., Y.W.A., Soph. Soc. Sci. Award, Who ' s Who. CARL J. CATE Piggott Major: Biology Independent Students Association, Veterans Club, B.S.U. DIANE J. CATE Walnut Ridge Major: Social Science Phi Mu, ASC Band, ASC Choir. W.A.A., Wesley Foundation, Ar- kettes. GERALD CHAPPLE Lebanon, III. Major: Biology Pi Kappa Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, " A " Club, Baseball, Bas- ketball, Who ' s Who. 57 J. T. CHRONISTER Egypt Major: Agriculture Independent Students Association, Agri Club. JAMES ROLAND COBB Lake City Major: Agriculture Agri Club. PEGGY J. COLE Paragould Major: Business Education Independent Students Association, Pi Omega Pi, ASC Choir, B.S.U., Pi Gamma Mm. DONALD COLEMAN Jonesboro Major: Business A. S.C. Band, Business C 1 u B. S.U., Indian Staff. Major: Agriculture Major: Music Independent Students Association Tau Kappa Epsilon, ASC Band, Agri Club. ASC Orchestra, ASC Choir, Ar- kastatesmen, Dance Band. RICHARD DALE COURTNEY Forrest City Major: History Independent Students Association, ASC Singers. SHIRLEY COZORT Mammoth Spring Major: Elementary Education Independent Students Association, W.A.A., F.T.A. ROBERT L. CRAFT Brookland Major: Agriculture Agri Club. HAROLD V. CRASE Jonesboro Major: Accounting Veterans Club, Business Club. 58 JERRY L. CRAWFORD Vanndale Major: Economics dependent Students Association, i Gamma Mu, Business Club, ocial Science Club. HERBERT E. CRITES Hickory Ridge Major: Business Administration Pi Omega Pi, Business Club. LAVADA D. CROWE Braggadocio, Mo. Major: Elementary Education TOMMY L. CROWE Braggadocio, Mo. Major: Agriculture Economics PAUL MAXWELL CULP Paragould Major: Agriculture Education Agri Club, F.F.A., B.S.U. BOBBY G. DAMON Blytheville Major: Accounting Sigma Pi, Business Club. THOMAS G. DARTER Fisher Major: Agriculture Vgri Club, B.S.U. LONNIE DAUGHERTY Marmaduke Major: Physical Education P.E. Club. RONALD E. DAVENPORT Brookland Major: Business Administration Veterans Club, Pre-Law Club. BILLY S. DAVIDSON Manila Major: Physical Education P.E. Club, " A " Club, Baseball, Football. 59 DICK E. DAVIS Rogers Major: Business Administration Veterans Club, Business Club. MILFORD F. DAVIS Trumann Major: Mathematics P.E. Club, Engineers Club. CLEADUS R. DULANEY Paragould Major: Biology Independent Students Association, Oer Deutsche Verein, N.C.O. Club. DOROTHY R. DULEY Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Physical Education Kappa Delta Pi, W.A.A., P.I Club, Square Dance Club. Rifl Team. ORVILLE E. DULEY Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Business Education Independent Students Associa- tion, Business Club, Int. Rel. Club, Square Dance Club. HAROLD D. EARNHART Black Oak Major: Vocational Agriculture Agri. Club F.F.A. ROBERT D. ELLINGTON, JR. Portageville, Mo. Major: Social Science Sigma Phi Epsilon. 60 EOLEN ELROD, JR. Poplar Bluff Mo. Major: Social Science Veterans Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Pi, Int. Rel. Club, His- torical Society. WILBUR R. ESTES Ash Flat Major: Vocational Agriculture Veterans Club, Agri Club, F.F.A. JAMES FIELDS Cabot Major: Business Administrate Independent Students Associatic Business Club. ROBERT L. F1GGINS Carutbersville, Mo. Major: Accounting Veterans Club, Business Club. SUE FITZGERALD Netcport Major: Elementary Education Phi Mu, A.W.S. Sophomore Class Secretary, Sr. Class Secre- tary, TKE Sweetheart (55) Homecoming Queen ( 56) , In- dian Beauty, Honorary Cadet, Who ' s Who. EARNEST R. FLETCHER Bay Major: Business Administration Business Club, Square Dance Club. JOSE D. FLOREZ Colombia, S. A. Major: Biology Historical Society, Int. Rel. Club, Newman Club. J. ROY FOGLE Salem, III. Major: Physical Education Football, Track, Wrestling, State President of AAHPER. RICHARD N. FORD Blytbeville Major: Accounting Historical Society, Business Club. HENRY L. FOSTER Trumann Major: Agricultural Engineering V.gri Club. CHARLES E. FRANKUM Blytbeville Major: Biology Sigma Pi, Veterans Club, Arka- staters, SGA (Pres.;, Beta Beta Beta, Agri Club, Meter Liter Club. EULIS D. FREEMAN Poughkeepsie Major: Mathematics Independent Students Association, P. E. Club. CHARLES FRIZZELL Star City Major: Agriculture Agri Club. 61 Le Club PHILIP G. FULLER Des Arc Major: Economics Cercle Francois, Business GARLAND M. GOBBLE Cave City Major: Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon, Int. Rel. Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Pre-Law Club, Business Club, Social Science Club. EARLENE RAHM GOODMAN Corning Major: Business Administration Alpha Gamma Delta., Home Ec. Club, W.A.A., B.S.U. JIMMY D. GORHAM Monet te Major: Business Business Club. JAMES O. GREEN Piggott Major: Biology THOMAS E. GREEN Paragould Major: Biology Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Danner Council. WILLIE M. GREEN Salem Major: Agricultural Education Agriculture Club, Veterans Club, F.F.A. JAMES KENNETH HAMILTON Paragould Major: Animal Husbandry Agri Club, Block Bridle. WINIFRED J. HARE Wynne Major: Business Education Independent Students Association, Pi Omega Pi, Business Club, Wesley Eoundation. FRED W. HAROLD Corning Major: Business Administration Business Club, Wesley Founda tion. BILLY R. HARRIS Gideon, Mo. Major: Physical Education P. E. Club, Baseball. WANDA L. HEATON Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Accounting Kappa Pi. GENEVA N. HEERN Caraway Major: English Herald Staff. CHARLES J. HICKMAN Black Rock Major: Accounting CHARLES RICHARD HILBURN Walnut Ridge Major: Physical Education Who ' s Who, Pi Kappa Alpha, P. E. Club, Scabbard and Blade, " A " Club Football, Track. JEAN HINSON Clarksville Major: Business Education Phi Mu, Pi Omega Pi, Business Club, B.S.U. JANICE HOLMES Bay Major: English ;I i Mu, Alpha Psi Omega, Le ( cle Francois, ASC Choir, A.A. JERRY LYNN HONEY Newport Major: Agricultural Education Agriculture Club, F.F.A. MARTHA E. HOOPER Hardy Major: Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, B.S.U. JAMES V. HORNER Jonesboro Major: General Agriculture Agriculture Club. MARIANNA HUFSTEDLER Alton, Mo. Major: Business Education Business Club. ARCHER W. HUNEYCUTT Sparkman Major: Business Administration Business Club. PERRY ISBELL Bay Major: Agricultural Engineering Basketball. WILLIAM DEAN JACOBS Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Sociology Veterans Club, Arkastatesme Wesley Foundation. HENRY CLIFTON JARRELL Parkin Major: Animal Husbandry Agriculture Club, Judging Team, Block Bridle Club. BOB D. JOHNSON Pocahontas Major: Biology Independent Students Association Drill Team. DAILY O. JOHNSON Biggers Major: Journalism Press Club. JESSE L. JOHNSON Blytheville Major: Physical Education P. E. Club, " A " Club, Football. PAUL R. JOHNSON Bernie, Mo. Major: Economics Business Club. DANA JO JOHNSON Thayer, Mo. Major: English Press Club, Herald Staff. 64 JAMES D. KEITH Hot Springs Major: Printing Sigma Phi Epsilon, Graphic Arts, S.G.A., Le Cercle Francois, Wes- ley Foundation, Indian St-ff. ALBERT J. KELLER Corning Major: Agriculture Agri Club. THOMAS KENT JR. Flint, Mich. Major: Business Administration Sigma Pi, Business Club, " A " Club, Newman Club, Football. JOE E. KILPATRICK Kirkwood, Mo. Major: Business Administration " A " Club. JOYCE M. KING Poughkeepsie Major: Business Education A.W.S., W.A.A., Int. Rel. Club. DOROTHY R. KINMAN Trumann Major: Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pi, A.S.C. Choir, B.S.U. WILLIAM ROBERT KITTRELL Success Major: Business Education iigma Phi Epsilon, Business Hub, Square Dance Club, Dra- natics. ALEXANDER KOP1ECKI Biola Podlaska, Poland Major: Chemistry EARL THOMAS LANGLEY Bono Major: Elementary Education B.S.U., Ministerial Alliance. JEAN LAUGH INGHOUSE Trumann Major: Business Education Pi Omega Pi, B.S.U. 65 DORIS E. LAYMAN Jonesboro Major: Sociology Pi Gamma Mu. WILLIAM REX LEACH Pine Bluff Major: Dramatics Alpha Psi Omega, Graph ' c Arts Club, Le Cercle Francois, Wesley Foundation. VIRGINIA LOONEY Hoxie Major: Business Education Pi Omega Pi, B.S.U. CALVIN Mc ALEXANDER Bassett. Va. Major: Physical Education P. E. Club. LOWRY H. McDANIEL JR. Tyronza Major: Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon. ALICE MADDUX West Memphis Major: Elementary Education Phi Mu, A.S.C. Band, W.A.A. F.T.A., Wesley Foundation. ALVIN E. MALONE Caraway Major: Business Education Veterans Club, Business Club. 66 OREN D. MANGRUM Paragould Major: Vocational Agriculture Independent Students Association, F.F.A., Agriculture Club, Scab- bard Blade, B. S. U. JAMES L. MARSH Jonesboro Major: Elementary Education RICHARD E. MARSHALL Paragould Major: Business Administratior Veterans Club, Business Club MAURICE D. MASON Bradford Major: Animal Husbandry Agriculture Club, Block Bri die Club. LEE MASSEY Jonesboro Major: Social Science Pi Kappa Alpha. HARRY GENE MATS ON Little Rock Major: Printing Tau Kappa Epsilon, Graphic Arts Club, Drill Team. JAMES M. MAUPIN Knobel Major: Theatre Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Psi Omega, Kappa Pi, Historical Society, B. S. U. WINSTON D. MAY Mammoth Spring Major: Theatre Sigma Phi Epsilon, Who ' s Who. S.G.A., Alpha Psi Omega, Le Cercle Francois. JERRY J. MAYO Parmo, Mo. Major: Business Administration Veterans Club, Business Club. WILLIAM D. MERRITT Higginson Major: Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha, S.G.A., Busi- ness Club, Wesley Foundation. JERRY D. MORGAN Forrest City Major: Chemistry Der Deutsche Verein, Meter Liter Club, Scabbard Blade. 67 JOHN D. MORTON Beebe Major: Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha, Arkastaters, S.G.A., Soph. President, Jr. Presi- dent, Historical Society, Business Club, B.S.U., Indian Staff, Pre- Law Club, R. H. Wall Award, W. W. Ned row Award. FREDDIE S. MULLINS Blytheville Major: Animal Husbandry Agri Club, Judging Team, Block Bridle Club. FRANK L. NETTLES Campbell, Mo. Major: Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon, Business Club. DOYLE W. NEWSOME Caruthersville, Mo. Major: Art Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Del Pi, Indian Staff, Cheerleader. FRANK NOEL, JR. Paragould Major: Accounting JOSE R. NORIEGA Pacasmayo, Guadalope Major: Agronomy Agri Club, Int. Rel. Club, New- man Club. AMELIA ANNE NUNNALLY Jonesboro Major: English Phi Mu, FT. A. DONALD D. O ' KEANE Caruthersville, Mo. Major: Physical Education Veterans Club, P. E. Club. LYNDELL M. ORSBURN Newport Major: Business Administration BLISS OWENS, JR. Trumann Major: Business Administra, ' ■ Veterans Club, Le Cercle F cois, Pi Kappa Delta, Busii Club. OMA JEAN OWENS Nettleton Major: Business Education JOHN W. PASMORE Jonesboro Major: Printing Kappa Pi, Graphic Arts Club. OMER K. PETTY Senath, Mo. Major: Biology EMIL M. PHILLIPS, JR. Assumption, 111. Major: Accounting Sigma Pi, Veterans Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Business Club, Football. MARY A. POBST Piggott Major: Elementary Education PARKER ALAN POE Forrest City Major: Animal Husbandry Agri Club, Independent Students Association, Judging Team, Rifle Team, Pershing Rifles, Drill Team, Track, Block Bridle Club. BOBBY B. PORTER Walnut Ridge ilajor: Business Administration business Club, Scabbard Blade, )rill Team. GEORGE W. PRATER Egypt Major: Physical Education P. E. Club. CAROLYN JOLLY PRATT Jonesboro Major: General Science Debate Team, Debate Club, B.S.U. PHYLLIS PRATT Peach Orchard Major: Business Education Alpha Gamma Delta, W.A.A., Arkastaters, A.W.S., Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Wesley Foun- dation, Cheerleader. 69 JOANN RAINS Otwell Major: Business Education Phi Mu, A.W.S., Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, W.A.A., Persh- ing Rifles Sweetheart, Honorary Cadet, Dorm Council. BOB H. RAINWATER Walnut Ridge Major: Biology CHARLES RICHARD RALPH Joiner Major: Business Administration Sigma Pi, Business Club. GERALD V. RATLIFF Williford Major: Vocational Agriculture F.F.A., Agri Club. CECIL D. RATLIFF Lake City Major: Business Education F.T.A. SILAS T. REDMOND, JR. Leachville Major: Physical Education Veterans Club, P. E. Club, Base- ball. DWIGHT D. RENFRO McCrory Major: Business Administration Business Club, B.S.U. MOSE McCOWAN RHEA, JR. Jonesboro Major: Social Science JAMES E. RIGGS Braggadocio, Mo. Major: Mathematics Independent Students Association, Meter Liter Club. BIRCHARD R. ROBERT | Jonesboro Major: Physical Educatic P. E. Club, Rifle Team, Scab Blade. ELAINE H. SCHNAUTZ KENNETH C. SCHNAUTZ Alfred Station, N. Y. Alfred Station, N. Y. Major: Elementary Education Major: History Phi Mu, A.W.S., W.A.A., F.T.A., Tau Kappa Epsilon, A.S.C. Band, Who ' s Who. A.S.C. Orchestra, Brass Quartet. 71 4 CHARLES W. SHAVER, JR. Neu ' port Major: Chemistry Der Deutsche Verein, Meter Liter Club, Scabbard Blade. SUE SHEWMAKE Rocky Comfort, Mo. Major: Business Education Alpha Omicron Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, B.S.U., Pi Omega Pi, A.S.C. Band. OTTIE GENE SHOCKLEY Rector Major: Elementary Education GAYLON S. SIMPSON Detroit, Michigan Major: Business Administratio Independent Students Associatioi Business Club. BETTY BELL SIMS Gideon, Mo. Major: English Phi Mu, Arkastaters, A.W.S., Le Cercle Francois, Herald Staff, Who ' s Who, Panhellenic Coun- cil, All Greek Council. FRED L. SITZ Hardy Major: Business Administration Veterans Club, Business Club. CLYDE R. SMITH Corning Major: Sociology Pi Gamma Mu, F.T.A. GLEN E. SMITH Leachville Major: Agricultural Engineering 72 JAMES W. SMITH Jonesboro Major: Animal Husbandry Independent Students Association, Agri Club, Rifle Team, Wesley Foundation, Block and Bridle Club. JOE WAYNE SMITH Neu ' port Major: Business Administra, Veterans Club, Business C Newman Club. t WALLACE OCTAVIUS SMITH Imboden Major: Vocational Agriculture Agri Club, F.F.A., Judging Team. MYRTLE IRENE SNIDER Corning Major: Education Pi Gamma Mu, A.S.C. Choir. ROY KEITH SPURGERS Forrest City Major: Mathematics Engineers Club, Drill Team, Scabbard Blade, Rifle Team, B.S.U. FORREST LEE STAIRES Marmaduke Major: General Agriculture Agri Club, F.F.A. LLOYD W. STETZER Jonesboro Major: Biology Beta Beta Beta, Meter Liter Club, Wesley Foundation. JESSIE EARL STEWART Nettleton Major: Agriculture Education Agri Club, F.F.A., Rifle Team. JIMMY M. STIMSON Paragould Major: Biology Tau Kappa Epsilon, A.S.C. Band, Who ' s Who, Le Cercle Francois. GWENDOLYN STOTTS Lake City Major: Elementary Education F.T.A. JAMES R. SULCER Joiner Major: Journalism Sigma Phi Epsilon, Press Club, Pre-Law Club, Int. Rel. Club, Herald Staff. MURRAY G. SULLIVAN Hayti, Mo. Major: Animal Husbandry Sigma Pi, Football, Agri Club, Judging Team, Block Bridle Club. 73 ROBERT F. TAKACS Joliet, III. Major: Physical Education P. E. Club, " A " Club, Newman Club, Baseball, Football. JAMES ROBERT TAYLOR Cape Girardeau, Mo. Major: Biology Sigma Pi, Der Deutsche Verein, Meter Liter Club. MAX L. TAYLOR Lepanto Major: Education B.S.U., Ministerial Alliance, Base- ball. BILL G. TEMPLETON Pocahontas Major: Physical Education P. E. Club, " A " Club, Footbal Track. JEANNINE TERRELL Jonesboro Major: Elementary Education Arkastaters, A.W.S., A.S.C. Choir, F.T.A., Rifle Team, Wesley Foun- dation. ELTA LEE THOMAS Pocahontas Major: Business Education Alpha Gamma Delta, A.S.C. Band, W.A.A., B.S.U. FRANK THOMAS Corning Major: Business Administration Sigma Pi, Y.M.C.A., Veterans Club. GREGORY B. THOMASSON Elon College, N. C. Major: Physical Education Football, P. E. Club, " A " Club. SANDRA L. THORNE Marmaduke Major: Business Education Independent Students Association, Pi Omega Pi. 74 DANIEL E. THREET Peel Major: Agricultural Engi neering Engineers Club, Agri Club, Min- isterial Alliance, B.S.U. , Dorm Council. [BOBBIE JEAN THRELKELD Manila Major: Elementary Education CARROLL DEAN TODD Alicia Major: Mathematics Engineers Club. ARDA TOMLINSON Jonesboro Major: Music Alpha Gamma Delta, Who ' s Who, A.W.S., A.S.C. Band, Cheerleader, A.S.C. Singers, W.A.A., Panhellenic Council. BENNY B. TOOLE Gideon, Mo. Major: Physical Education P. E. Club. OLLIE J. TOWNSEND Corning Major: Agriculture Agri Club, F.F.A., Football. CAROLYN SUE TRINKAUS Jonesboro Major: English Business Edu- cation Phi Mu, Arkastaters, Pi Omega Pi, Debate Team, Le Cercle Fran- cois, B.S.U., Square Dance Club Secretary. DONALD M. TUDOR Marshall Major: Printing Tau Kappa Epsilon, Graphic Arts Club. ROBERT M. TURNER Blytheville Major: Accounting Independent Students Association, Veterans Club, Rifle Team, Busi- ness Club. LOUIS E. TYLER Senath, A o. Major: Biology Beta Beta Beta (Vice President). LE ROY TYNER Jonesboro Major: Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon. 75 RICE LEE VAN AUSDALL Caruthersville, Mo. Major: Political Science Sigma Pi, Arkastaters, S.G.A., Vice President Sophomore Class, Pi Gamma Mu, Pre-Law Club, Scabbard Blade. DONALD R. VANCIL Broseley, Mo. Major: Social Science Veterans Club, Square Dance Club. GENE A. VANDEVEN Cape Girardeau, Mo. Major: Physical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon, P. E. Club, Newman Club, AAHPER. DONALD WITT WADDEL Jonesboro Major: Business Administration Veterans Club, Business Club. RONALD WITT WADDELL Jonesboro Major: Business Administration Veterans Club, Business Club. FORREST R. WALLACE Paragould Major: Social Science Sigma Pi, B.S.U., Pre-Law Club. K. W. WEBB Trumann Major: Vocational Agriculture Agri Club, F.F.A. LORETTA WEBB Kennett, Mo. Major: Business Education Pi Omega Pi. GARREL WEBER Russell Major: Chemistry Sigma Pi, Meter Liter Club, Scabbard Blade, Wesley Foun- dation, AOPI Sponsor. DONALD WEIR McRae Major: Radio-Journalism Pi Kappa Alpha, Wesley Foun- dation, Press Club, A.S.C. Choir, Business Club, Delta Theta Gram ( Editor) . JAMES HAROLD WESTMORELAND Batesville, Miss. Major: Mathematics " A " Club, Meter Liter Club, Foot- ball. HERBERT WHITE Luxora Major: Elementary Education Independent Students Association, Veterans Club. RONALD D. WHITE Succasunna. N. ]. Major: Biology 5eta Beta Beta. GUY MARVIN WHITNEY Leachville Major: Social Science PATSY J. WILCOXSON Walnut Ridge Major: Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta, A.W.S. A.S.C. Singers, F.T.A. CAROL K. WILLIAMS Marked Tree Major: Social Science Alpha Omicron Pi, A.S.C. Band, Wesley Foundation. 77 CLYDE WAYMON WILLIAMS Alonette Major: Vocational Agriculture Agri Club. THOMAS VERNON WILLIAMS Searcy Major: Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha, Business Club, " A " Club, Baseball, Football, Debate Team. DARRELL GENE WILLiAMSON Lake City Major: Agronomy Independent Students Association, Agri Club. B.S.U. RAY RUPERT WILSON Tucker nan Major: Business Administrat. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Veter; Club, S.G.A. Business CI FT. A. ELAINE WEAVER W1LTHONG Paragould Major: Home Economics Home Economics Club (Presi- dent), B.S.U. )OY T. WOMACK Delhi, la. Major: Home Economic JIM T. WOODSMALL Dermott Major: Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Arkastaters, S.G.A., Indian Staff, Who ' s Who. CHARLES M. WOOLF Green way Major: Vocational Agricultu Agri Club, F.F.A. mm A 78 JAMES E. WRIGHT North Little Rock Major: Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon, Veterans Club, Business Club, Int. Rel. Club. THOMAS E. YANCEY North Little Rock Major: Business Administration Independent Students Association, A.S.C. Band, Business Club, Wes ley Foundation, Baseball, Dan- ner Council. GEORGE DON YARBROUGH Jonesboro Major: Physical Education P. E. Club (President) . GLENN MONROE YOUN Wynne Major: General Agriculture Independent Students Associatit Arkastaters, Agri Club, Sc bard Blade, Intramural Coi cil. JUNIORS 4 1 Peter Abbott Blytheville Charles Adams Senath, Mo. Larry Adams Walcott John Alexander Wayne Alexander Jonesboro Wilson Evelyn Allen Batesville Bonnie Anderson Sherrill Anderson Eliz abeth Armstrong Norman Arnold William Arnott Jonesboro Cotton Plant jonesboro Marmaduke Steelville, Mo. Earnest Ashley Trumann Charles Baker Clinton Baker Kennett, Mo. Qulin, Mo. Harold Baker Alicia Hugh Barnes Hayti, Mo. Adam Barnett Jonesboro Don Barnhill Paragould Faye Bateman Buddy Beck Elizabeth Bednar Don Belk Peggy Bennett Vernon Bergman Campbell, Mo. Hot Springs Jonesboro Egypt Dexter, Mo. Mammoth Spring Don M. Berry Gilbert 1 Jonesboro Blythev. James Black Trumann William Boozer Danny Bosche Rupert Bowers Jimmy Bowman Paragould Jonesboro Holly Springs, Miss. Lake City Benny Bradshaw Gideon, Mo. Charles Bramlett Carl Bre Memphis, Tenn. Parago, Guy Brinkley Turrell Joe Brooks Caraway Jeanette Brown Risco, Mo. Velpo Brown John Browning Pocahontas Lepanto James Buffington Newport James Bullington Charles Portageville, Mo. Harris Trudene Caery Wayne Castleberry Joyce Chaffin William Chappie Ralph Childs Howard Cissell Manila Tuckerman Doniphan, Mo. Corning Jonesboro Wilson Kenneth Clark Fred H. Poplar Bluff, Mo. BrookL 80 JUNIORS Anna Lee Collins Elwyn Cooper Otuell Viola Jerry Cooper Rector Carol Copeland Jonesboro Frances Coward Searcy William Crain Advance, Mo. Leland Crook Hot Springs t Asa Crow Carduell. Mo. June Curtis Center Ridge James Danley Jonesboro Bill Davenport Arbyrd, Mo. Harold Davis Walnut Ridge Larry Davis Walnut Ridge Evie Deere Sanford, N. C. Larry DePriest Wallace Dillard Wayne Dinkins William Downing, Jr. David DuVall Steele, Mo. Trurnann Wilson Valley Park, Mo. West Memphis Vernon Eagan Pocahontas Philip Easley Jonesboro Billy Edwards Blytheville John Elders Cletis Ellinghouse William Emerson James England Theo Epperson Walnut Ridge Piedmont, Mo. Jonesboro Myrtle, Mo Linda Eubanks Paragould Frank Falls, Jr. Jonesboro Frank Farella Brookland. N. Y. Dalton Farmer Jonesboro Pats] Fiel ' dei Phyllis Forrest Lawrence Fortenberry David Franklin Caraway Piggott Monette McRae Bobby French Fisher Nick Goatcher Richard Grassmyer Donald Gray Batesville Lewistown, Pa. Searcy James Gray Smithville J. W. Green Malcolm Greeno Oil Trough Peach Orchard Jo Nell Griffin Lacy Griffith Konrad Gwaltney Arbyrd, Mo. Bay Joiner Roy Halbert Ellis Hall Claudia Hancock Donald Hardin Palestine Jonesboro jonesboro Arbyrd, Mo. 81 JUNIORS Robert Hardin Tupelo Woody Harlan Marion Charles Harvill Paragould aw fit. Jerald Haun Jonesboro Claudine Hawkins James Herndon Jonesboro Leachville W. D. Hester Maiden, Mo. Ann Hindman Blytheville Jim Huston Biggers Tommy Hipp Leachville Bobby Ishmael Jonesboro Bryon Hogue Bragg City, Mo. Jackie Holifield Paragould Joe Holt Bay George Howe Lexa Frank Huckaba Oil Trough June Jackson Jonesboro Marlin Jackson Lake City Nora Jackson Harrie L. Jennings Bobby Jetton Luxora Marmaduke Beech Grove Mary Johnson Poplar Bluff, Mo. 5 tifr James Johnston Maynard Mildred Johnston Manila Ottoleine Jones Fisher Vernon Jones Hoxie Ronal Kaiser William Kendrick Poplar Bluff, Mo. Oil Trough Rose Kinman Trumann Kenneth Knight Lloyd Langford Evansville, bid. Jonesboro Carolyn Lawrence Alicia Shelba J. Lea Black Oak Mary F. Lee Paragould George Lemon Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ruth Lindley Walcott Nechia Lockwood Trumann McCoy London Grubbs Sonny Lovell Lewis Lynn Earle Beebe Benny McAtee Gideon, Mo. Jeanette McCaskill Cardwell, Mo. Joe McCormick Paragould Garnet McDaniel Paragould John McDonald Wayne McElrath Luther McEwen Pine Bluff Walnut Ridge Searcy Carol McLeod Cave City Larry Mahon Jonesboro 82 rancis Pratt Lester Privett jonesboro Blytheville Jack Pylant William Ramsey Clara Ransom Marilyn Reng Gifford Reynolds Bobby Rhoads Leachrille Melbourne Jonesboro jonesboro Myrtle, Mo. Paragould I ames Rhodes David Richardson Katy Richardson Corning Hardy Fisher Ray Robak George Roberson Carl Roberts Calumet City, III. jonesboro Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jerry Roberts Rector 83 JUNIORS Carmen Robinson Eddie Romeo Jonesboro Brookland, N. Y. Verda Runyan Strawberry Cathy Sample Shirley Schaeffer Jim Scherman Nimmons N. Utile Rock C onuay Robert Schriver Dedham, Mass. Ray Smith Paragould Ray South Black Oak Bob Spikes James Stafford Jim Stallings Cleatus Stanfill Jimmy Statler Monette Portageville, Mo Rector Warm Springs Egypt Charles Thornton Jack Thorpe Ernest Tibbs Jonesboro Jonesboro Harrisburg Bonnie Tidwell Carey Tomlinson Carvil Trammell Barney Travis Kennett, Mo. Memphis. Tenn. Earle lmboden Tommy Underwood B. J. Voeel Paragould W. Memphis Fred Warner Manila Darlene Wallace Jerry Walters Mammoth Spring Paragould Melvin Ward Jonesboro Leighton Ware Bono n Mm 1 1 1? Karen Webb Osceola Jack Welch Jonesboro James Wenning John Whidden Luther McEwen Rudolph Whiteside Eugene Widmer Paragould Jonesboro Searcy Wilson Paragould 84 SOPHOMORES ' Cj I ? 1 A i - - k s-tm Mb Earl Wilcox Lowell Wiles J. P. Willett Black Rock Edwin Williams St. Joe Esther Williams Jonesboro Wilma Williams Tbomasville, Mo. Jimmy Willis Paragould Keith Wills Paragould | Paragould $2 c . ▼ - ■ — ' es _ Gerald Wilson Jonesboro James Wilson Larry Wilson Charles Wineland Orvil Winningham Eldon Wixson Lake City Little Rock Paragould Marcella Fisher Darrell Wood Paragould Joe Wood Paragould John Worlow Wiley Yarbrough Jafnes Zirkle Walnut Ridge Trumann Parkin 85 s p H M R E S SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Joel Breeding, President; Harvey Semour, Vice President; Phyllis Bennett, Secretary; Shirley Million, Reporter. 86 SOPHOMORES hn P. Adams Jimmy Allen Mary Allen Ann Anderson Sonny Ashby Gordon Atchison Bobby L. Avery l_y nn Dyess Van Buren, Mo. Cotton Plant Portageville, Mo. Paragould Marston, Mo. Norma Babb Walnut Ridge D. L. Bailey Blytheville Jim Bailey Tuckerman Jo Ann Baker Curtis M. Baltz Bill W. Barger Wanda Barnes Leachville Pocahontas Searcy Caruthersville, Mo. Charles Barnhill Paragould Nancy Barrett Jonesboro m. R. Bollinger oplar Bluff, Mo. Jean Bolton Delmar, N. Y Carolyn Bookout Beulah Booth Van Douglas Booth James R. Bradberry Douglas Bradley Caruthersville, Mo. Ravenden Hardy Manila Jonesboro Jane Brakensiek Tyronza Billy Brickell John R. Broadway Billy E. Brown Mammoth Spring Jonesboro Leachville Sue Brown Little Rock Vance A. Brown Jonesboro Robert Burdine Steele, Mo. Bill Burkhammer Paragould David Burkhead Thomas E. Butcher Charles M. Butler Janice Button Blytheville Helena Little Rock Paragould 87 SOPHOMORES mm J- jerry L. Byrd Doniphan, Mo. Jerry Caldwell Robert L. Calentine Phyllis Campbell Alva H. Caperton Nancy Carpenter Printis Cartee Wynne Athens. Ohio Walnut Ridge Steele, Mo. West Memphis Havti, Mo. Emily Ca Duma. Carmen Cary Blytheville R. C. Casey Benjamin Catalano Ash Flat Caracas, Venezuela m m Jackie Catt Knobel Laverl Cheek Salem Mary Jo Cheek Salem Henry Chiao Hongkong, China Ch Con ley stenbi John M. Clark Damon Clemons Harold Clemons Carol Clever Trumann Weinei Weiner Jonesboro Mary Cochran Ernest Cook Howard Cook, Jr. Batesville Walnut Ridge Jonesboro mmmm Arline Cooj | Monette Carolyn Cooper Stanford William Craft Corning James Craig Jonesboro Agatha Craven Chester Cravens Lepanto Dexter. Mo. Roy Croom James Crosthwait Lynn Osceola Flo Ellen O Caraway Wilhrd Cude Jonesboro Brooksie Culver Maynard Bill Curzon Jonesboro Norma Dacus Loretta Dauaherty Harold Davis Jonesboro Marmaduke West Memphis Lillian Davis Bay Mil ford 1 !jisl Trumar ' t Roy Davis Mobile, Ala. Sally Davis Deering, Mo. || r % Polly Deer Win. L. DeLoach David Dickson Trumann Blytheville Memphis, Tenn. Pat Diggs Card-well, Mo. Maurine Dobbs Dell Jo Dodc Caruthersville :Mc 88 Stanley Downing Robert E. Doyle Charles Drye Donald Duckworth Gerald W. Dudley Jimmy Duke Donald Dunn Portageville, Mo. Hoxie Hardy Black Rock Weiner Jonesboro Osceola Paul Dui r Bradford SOPHOMORES Hortense Eason Nolan E. Eckler Lepanto Newport Faith Elder Scrivner Ennis Louise Ermert Robert Eskridge C. Owen Evans Piggott Pocahontas Corning Walnut Ridge Alexander ILouise Falls m Harrisburg Paul Falls Sharon Faulkner Jim Ferguson Robert L. Fielder Jane Files Tommy Finch Junesboro Osceola Ash Flat Jonesboro Hunter Jonesboro Frances Ladd Card well, Mo. ion French Kennett, Alo. Thomas French, Jr. Donald Freppon Richard Fromm Rector Bald Knob Lewistown, Pa. Diana Fryer Jonesboro Wilma Fuller Hoi comb. Mo. Phyllis Futrell Joe Gammill jonesboro Nettleton I Billy Garner Dixie Boyd Garner Donald Garner John Garner Calvin W. George Husam Ghalib Wm. Gillespie Willijord Little Rock Willijord Blytheville Baghdad. Iraq Osceola Larry Gilmore Caruthersiille, Mo. -oretta Girdley Etowah Jerry Girtman Green way Gerald Glascoe Margaret Glenn Osceola Weiner Cecil Goings William Goodman Rosalie Gorham Sandra Gowen Willijord Corning Black Oak Corning - hJFkdtM Vm. D. Gower Allen Grace Dale Graham Gale Graham Molly Joe Graham Bob Gray Bobby Green James J. Green Dyess Jonesboro Walnut Ridge Walnut Ridge Newport Memphis, Tenn. Oil Trough Jonesboro SOPHOMORES Don K. Greene Alfred N. Gregory Marilyn Griffin j q Grissom Jimmy Grooms Henry Gschwend Osceola Pocahontas Otwell ■■■■■MMj BUMS Jonesboro Batesville Pocahontas James Hall Lake City Carmen Cary Blytheville Cleatus Hance Norma Hand ley Marshall Gideon, Mo. Jack Hardin Tupelo Sharon Harold Corning Billy C. Harris Poplar Bluff, Mo. James Harris Manila Margaret Hart Bobby Haun Bobby G. Hayes Joseph F. Haygood Perry Haynes Manila Val ley View North Little Rock Hazen Jonesboro Lowell Hazel Monette Jon Hearn Jonesboro Sharon Hendrix Blytheville Marvin Higginbottom Donnie Hill Walnut Ridge Jack E. Hill Jonesboro £ ■ rl, • «k, « to " Don Hindman Richard Hipp Calvin Hoggard Brookland Blytheville Cardivell, Mo. Mary Nell Holt Jo Ella Horner Irvin L. Horrell Jearl Howard Shirley J. Howard Don Huckabee Don Hufstedler Manila Rector Hardy Paragould Hornersville, Mo. Delaplaine Alton, Mo. James Hughes Charleston, Mo. Billy Hunnicutt Magnolia Billy Hunt Bragg City, Mo. Bennett Huss Trumann Larrv W. Isaacs Leland Jangers Blytheville Piggott Donald James Corning Larry James Searcy Ronald James Pocahontas Cecil Jernigan Charles Johnson Ruth Johnson Portageville, Mo. Poughkeepsie Jonesboro Hal Johnson Larry Johnson Alton. Mo. Jonesboro 90 SOPHOMORES Howard M. Jones Linden Jones Noah Kee Neelyville, Mo. Leachville Jonesboro Carolyn Kelley Welman Kifer Jimmy Kimbrough Star City Jonesboro Batesville Roland King Bonnie Kingsbury Jim Kinkade Kenneth Kinman Remit?, Mo. Newark Raymond Krutz McLean, 111. Randall Lacy Maiden, Mo. Frances Ladd Cardwell, Mo. I E. LaGore Bill Lamberson mesboro Dexter, Mo. Leonard Lamberth Norma Jean Lanier Jonesboro Joiner Ruby Lanier Joiner James Lawson Jonesboro Jackie Layton David Leuckel ' Pine Bluff Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jerry Lincoln Arbyrd, Mo. Alfred Lindsey Thayer, Mo. Emmett Slayton Hoxie .•■•V ' Audie Loyd Billy Joe McAfee Christopher McAlee Mary S. McCall Caraway Wilson Swifton Walnut Ridge mnie McCormick Jessie McDaniel Leonard McDanie Arbyrd, Mo. Paragould Paragould Tommy Mc Falls Pine Bluff Jimmv McKay Clarendon V Albert McKee Bald Knob Bobby McMahan McCormick Elmon McNabb Wilson " jris McSpadden Sharron McWilliams Robert Madison Batesville Jonesboro Noel, Mo. Claude Manderson Alabama City, Ala. Adon Mann Piggott Tom Manning Walnut Ridge Patricia Marret Cardwell, Mo. Charles Martin Rector toward Masters Charles Mattix Carolyn Mays Harrisburg Valley View Pocahontas James Maze Morris Meacham Poplar Bluff, Mo. Batesville i James Mebane Tommy Meredith Wynne Harrisburg Ronnie Metcalf Leachville SOPHOMORES Shirley L. Metcalf K. T. Miller Valley View Helena Benny Moore Hoxie Beverly Moore Nettleton Glenn Morgan Pine Bluff Jake Morse Osceola Raymond Mullican Barbara Mumma Manila Senath, Mo. Russel Murdoch Oak Grove rley Deering, MW Muthena Naseri Baghdad, Iraq Jim Nelson Poplar Bluff, Mo. Cleman Nuckles Thurman Nuckles Verna Nutt Caraway Caraway Nettleton Freddie Orick Stanford Carlos Ozier Frances Pare Rector Nettleton James W. Park Hardy Van Patterson Marion Payne Risen Marmaduke Poplar Bluff. Mo BUly Pease Don Hindman Brookland Jack Pennington Robert Pennington Jim Pic Drasco Maiden, Mo. Jonesbc Joe Pickett Pocahontas Layton Pinkston Laura Beth Plunkett Harrel Ponder Su ' ifton Jonesboro Trumann Delphard Pope Max Powell Clover Bend Newport Wayne Price Beebe Donnie Pries Monette Forrest Priest Jonesboro Bobby Propes Harrisburg Paul R. Pruett Kennett, Mo. Benny Pulliam Doniphan, Mo. John Purcell Oak Grove Glenda Pylant Pocahontas Catherine Ramsey Harrisburg Billy Ranki Wilson Joe Rauls Leachville Karen Ray Walnut Ridge W. H. Ray Marmaduke Phyllis Reed Gatewood, Mo. Troy Reeves Gadsden, Ala. James Reindl Chicago, III. Ann Rice Jonesboro Calvin Ria Harrisburg 92 SOPHOMORES Charles L. Richardson Keith Richardson Walnut Ridge Linda Rickey Delaplaine Don Riggs John S. Robbins Donald R. Roberts Mark Roberts Jonesboro Marion Maynard Jonesboro in Hi? •V ' 1 i i Terrv Robinson Victor Roddy Doniphan, Mo. Toni Roderick Jonesboro Elvin Rogers Flat Peggy Ryan Paragould Edward Sansom Vance Satterfield Jonesboro Forrest City Jim Schimming Harry T. Scholes Peach Orchard Maiden. Mo. Albert Lee Scott Jack Settles Harvey Seymour Gerald Shields Janell Shride Arbyrd, Mo. Jonesboro Joiner Walnut Ridge Dalton Bruce Simpson James Slayden Judsonia Light Emmett Slayton Charles Smallwood Anna Jane Smith Edward Smith Norma Smith Hoxie Blytheville Smithrille Maiden. Mo. Hoxie Sharon Stafford Bill Steed Portageville. Mo. Forrest City Henrietta Stevens James Stinnett Jonesboro Morehouse, Mo. Bobby Stotts Shirl Strauser McCormick Dexter. Mo. Walter Strong Jonesboro Harold Stroud Steele. Mo. Wayne Suddath Charles Tackett Nasri Tarud Turner Cherry Valley Barranquilla, Col. Mary Lou Tate Ada Lou Taylor Neelyt ille, Mo. Bono Adam Taylor Bhtheville Betty Taylor Searcy Logan R. Taylor West Memphis Yuba M. Taylo Weiner Leonard Teaster Bragg City, Mo. 93 SOPHOMORES Clara Jane Tedrick James Templeton Francis H. Terry Edwanda Thomas Charline Tidwell Don Toombs Poplar Bluff, Mo. Pocahontas Jonesboro McCrory Peering, Mo. Partageville, Mo. Richard Toombs Delaplaine Richard Brentwc ■TP ! Bill Tucker Fredrick Turner Melvin R. Turpin Lynn Tyus Newport Jonesboro Armorel Memphis, Ten Chester Upshaw Wynne Leslie Upton Jonesboro Benny VanCleve Norman V Bono Morehouse iir o I Iva Dell Wadde Manila Janice Wahlquist Earl Wainscott James E. Walden Walter Walker Mammoth Spring Hayti, Mo. Jonesboro Newport Helen Wall Jesse O. Ward Chester L. Rector Portageville, Mo. Clover flfii Lester Warnick Lavelle Watkins Robert Watkins Clover Bend Nettleton Pleasant Plains John Weibel Charles Weidman Bill Welshans Searcy Biytheville Parkin Terry West Memphis. Te?m. Jerry Westphal Jura Beth Plunkett Harrel Ponder Delphard Pope Charles Willcut Larry Williams Winford Wi Chicago, III. Jonesboro Trumann Clover Bend Clarkton, Mc Jonesboro Searcy Harold Willmuth Authur Wilson Roy Wilson Strawberry Monette Maiden. Mo. Jackson, Tenn. ■ Jim Wimberly William Winchell Virginia Wineland Bob Winemiller Billy Wir Morrilton Paragould Paragould Birmingham, Willard Womack Lawrence Wood Johnny Woodruff Bernice Woodward Robert L. Wrape Jeanine Wright Beulah Wyatt Patsy ' V McCrory Jonesboro Crawfordsville Steele, Mo. Paragould Manila Rector Blythe 94 i ■ iro FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Jerry Hcnson, President; Joan Freeze, Vice-President; Larry Johnson, Secretary; Jacqueline McKeel, Treasurer; Gaylen Houck, Reporter; Donna Sue Keith, Rep- resentative; Gary Bailey, Representative. FRESHMEN Wyman Bennett George Berger Eleanor Bernard Fern Billingsley Robert Birkhead Ann Bishop State College Weiner Parkin Leachville Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jonesboro Betty Bishop Carduell, Mo Mary Ann Iyer North Lift iRo Sue Blackwood Hornersville, Mo. Wayne Blades Campbell. Mo. R. C. Boggs Paragould Bob Bollinger Bob Book Windell Bowl in Jonesboro Caruthersville, Mo. Beech Grove Johnny Boyd Susan Boyd William Boyer Dianne Bradberry Kenneth Brame Herbert Branham Robert Brann James B Leachville Thomasville, Mo. Poplar Bluff. Mo. Manila Van Buren, Mo. Augusta Swijton Pigg K 96 FRESHMEN rgioia Brewer Alt. View Billy Brightwell Michael Broadway E. J. Brown .. p 1 John Brown Nancy Brown Lyle Brown Batesville Jonesboro Augusta As l piZ " 1 Steele M °- Jonesboro Poplar Bluff, Mo. Cary Buck Blytheville Poplar Bluff, Mo. West Helena Bill Bruner Robert A. Burford Gary Bruton Hot Springs Braggadocio, Mo. Maxine Burke jonesboro Jerry Burnett Barbara Ann Burns Wardell, Mo. Marked Tree Javus Cook Jonesboro Robert Haire Memphis, Tenn. 99 FRESHMEN Kenneth Cooper William Cooper Shirley Copeland Viola Wynne Monette Pat Ahlf Rector Larry Cothren Paul Covington Linda Covington Paragould Jonesboro Jonesboro Mary Jane Cox Elwood Crafton Wayland Crafton Gerald Craig Caraivay Egypt Paragould Lake City Donald Crancer Gloria Cranford Melvin Creekmore James Ci St. Louis, Mo. Pauline Criss Trumann Samuel Cron Anna B. Crosthwait Bobbie J. Crow Pinerille Osceola Jonesboro Joe Crozier Trumann G. G. Cullins Jonesboro Harold Culp Paragould Ray Culp Blytheville Darrel Cunningham Carl Curtner Paragould Steele, Mo. Linda Darling Jonesboro Virginia Davis Jonesboro Franklin Davis Roe Johnny Davis Marked Tree Jerry Deason Carolyn DeFord Hornersville, Mo. Trumann Orvil Dixson Brook and Shirley Dobbs Hoxie Johnny Boyd Leachville James DuBus Jonesboro Frankie Dunivan Kennett, Mo. Shirley Dunn Jonesboro 96 Louise Davis Wynne Thomas Dodson Richland, Mo. Chester Eason Bobby Edgmon Marked Tree Blytheville FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Maxie Hales Jonesboro G. W. Hall Osceola Jeaneane Hall Weiner Judith Hall Rolla, Mo. Maurice Hall Walnut Ridge Phyllis Hall Senath, Mo. Richard Hall Steele, Mo. Sharon Ha [i| Weiner Reggie Hamill Memphis, Tenn. Betty Hamilton Sherland Hamilton Egypt Rector Dee Haney Swift on Garland Hankins Oil Trough Lance Hanshaw Jonesboro David Harmon Wynne Don Ham Wilson James Hart Paragould Jim H. Haskell Jonesboro Tommy Hatcher Manila Billy Hawkins Leachville Max Havnes Virginia Henderson Donnie Hendrix Blytheville Lepanto Pine Bluff Jerry Hensc tj Campbell, A i Bob Hervey Trumann Berry Hester Steele, Mo. Renee Hewitt Henderson Ann Hickman Memphis. Tenn. Doyle Hicks Parma, Mo. Geraline Higgins Nettleton Ed Hilgeford Jonesboro Jerane H I Broseley, A 6 Wayne Hinds Trumann Sandra Hines Magnolia William Hinkle Newport Eules Hively Kennett, Mo. Bonnie Hodges Wayne D. Hodges Jo Anne Hodnett Manila Jonesboro Paragould Lynn Holl Gregory Winford Holloway GriffithviU ' i Bob Hope Pine Bluff Charles Hopkins Paragould Bobby Hopper Paragould Shirley Home Jonesboro Gloria Horton Hayti, Mo. Dale Houchin Fisher Myra Houc Oran, Mo. James Houston Searcy Bettye Howell Etowah Nancy Hubbell Newport Carolyn Huett Elizabeth Charles Huffer Hazen John Huffstickler Marian Hughen Jonesboro Joiner Doyle Hug U Jonesbort 100 i e Hughes Blytheville Charles Hunter Eugene Hunter Boyd Hum Ann Ingle New Madrid, Mo. Jonesboro Mammoth Spring Thayer, Mo. Raymond Inman Steele, Mo. Ray Isaacs Albert Jackson Bay Nay lor, Mo. jJ )by Jackson °aragould June Jackson Marvell Robert Jackson Paragould Joe Jenkins Lake Village William Jessup Jonesboro Arlis Johnson Ash flat Eva Johnson Geoffrey Johnson Bald Knob Marston, Mo. lib Mize iwhatan Mariel Johnson Sonny Johnson Jamie Johnston Mary Lee Johnston Parma, Mo. Jonesboro Jonesboro Billy Jones Buford Jones Oil Trough Kossuth, Miss. Dean Jones State College larold Jones Newport Paul Jones Forrest City Ed Jost Blytheville Donald Noe Motoi Kataoka Donna Sue Keith Tokyo, Japan Leachville Jane Keller Jonesboro Mary G. Keller Weiner I jnnie Oliver 1 Helena Marilyn Kelley Star City Mack Kilpatrick Hansel Kimbrough Geraldine King Marianna Batesville Pocahontas Harold King Smithville Patricia J. King Maiden, Mo. Wayne King Maiden, Mo. 4fW Jen Kingsbury ] Jonesboro James Kirby Charles Kortenber Dorothy Kouri DeWayne Ladd Paragould Pine Bluff Blytheville Lake City Jimmy Lafarlett Jonesboro Ronald Lampo E. Moline. 111. John L. Lance Naylor, Mo. Jjries Landrum, Jr. William Landrum Newport Newport Cliff Lane Manila Joyce Largent Weldon Darell Larker Co tton Plant Wayne LaRue Loretta Lawhorne J. D. Lawrence Bassett Walnut Ridge Paragould 101 FRESHMEN Jimmie Lawrence Bill R. Lawson Gray Ridge, Mo. Jonesboro Bill Lawson Robert Ledbetter McCrory Steele, Mo. Charles Lee Jonesboro Donald Lee Steele, Mo. Garlon Lee Pocahontas mm William Lewallen Hoxie Bill Lewis Nimmons Ethel M. Lewis Jonesboro Larry Li Hard Marked Tree Leonard Lindsey Memphis, " Venn. Kelly Lipsey Steele, Mo. Gene Lomax Arbyrd, Mo. Martha Lo tj | Tyronzc Duane Lott McCrory Jim Love Nettleton Jack Lyles Rector Marion Lynch Dudley, Mo. Robert Lynch Tyronza Virginia Lynch Wilson Jerry McBride Brookland Jerry Hens m Campbell, A I Ezra Maglothin Trumann Roland Mahan Dyess W. M. Manley Beech Grove Patsy Martin Cherry Valley Sara Martin Harrisburg Thad Mason Knobel Randall Maple Knobel t T Sadra Massey Lepanto L. B. Marshall Monet te Gary Martin Jeneane Martin McCrory Bernie, Mo. Jim Mart i Pine Blu] i Dorsy Mathews Trumann Joe Mathis Kossuth, Miss. James Matthews Pine Bluff Donald Max f, Strawberr 102 FRESHMEN Mildred May William May Bob Meeks Johnnie Merlo Haynes Trumann Jonesboro Pine Bluff Pat Merritt Searcy Billy Miller Luxora Don Miller Springfield Frank Miller Robert Miller Lexa Jo Ann Mills Monette Joe Mills Harrisburg P Bobby Miller IFw Ridge 4 ' , Nancy Minton W. L. Mitchell Jonesboro Hayti, Mo. Charles Moody Jimmie Moore Portageville, Mo. Wynne Lanier Moore Marked Tree Jay Morgan Osceola Ann Morton Beebe Charles Neely Greenuay Stacy Nelson Jonesboro Donald Noe Maiden, Mo. Darrell Nolen Marmaduke A. J. Nugent Bald Knob Arbie Moye Millard Mullins Harrisburg Blytbeville Neal Oates Warren O ' Daniel Manila Bay J ( Barbara Orton Portageville, Mo. Perry Osborn Jonesboro Boyce Owens Salem Emily Owen Newport Winnie Owens Lake City Aubrey Pack Jonesboro Linda Palmer Jonesboro David Patrick James Patrick Barton Marked Tree George Patten Thomas Patterson Jonesboro Earle James Peacock McCrory Charles Perkins Tyronza Barbara Perry Jonesboro Loy Petty Arbyrd, Mo. Patsy Phillips Robert Phillips Thomas Phillips Turrell Marked Tree Blytbeville 103 FRESHMEN William Phillips Marked Tree Donald Poe Grandin, Mo. Jenny Priest Pontine, Mich. Cecil Province Jonesboro Glen Province Jonesboro mm is .m Peggy Rainwater James Ramer Zardrelle Ramer Auddie Ramsey Billy Rar Walnut Ridge Brookland Brookland Monette Parago; Ina Ramsey Melbourne Homer Ratliff Blytheville Joe Ray Blytheville Charles Reaves Jonesboro Carole Redd Harrisburg Jerome Reed Lake City Gordon Reese Pine Bluff Harold Renter Clarendi Annette Reiman Gary Reutzel Weiner Adva nce, Mo. Lex Rhodes Corinth, Miss. Anita Richardson Herbert Rien Harrisburg Charleston, Mo. Winfred Roach Manila Samuel Robbins Darryl R )(rrts ; Turrell Saffe, h Bobby Rorex Jonesboro John Rorex Charles Rosenbaum Walnut Ridge Batesville Ray Ross Gil more Wendall Rowlett Trumann Merle Rupard Jonesboro Dale Rust Batesville Barbara Ru bffora Batesv ' , m Anne Samuels Jonesboro i Jerry Sanders Memphis, Tenn. Judith Sanders Paragould James Sano Wilson Ellis Sansom Jonesboro Wilma Saunders Nettleton A 2M Vera Sawyer Nancy Scarb ' ngh State College Marked J f 104 Burr Swann Walnut Ridge Lonnie Talbert Leachville 105 FRESHMEN Anita Talbot Trumann Wanda Tate Jonesboro Bobby Taylor lmboden Howard Taylor Blytbeville Mary L. Taylor Jane Potter Earlg Pieeott Tommy Taylor Earle Billy Teaf Earle Howard Templeton A. T. Thomas Pocahontas Batesville Anne Thompson Charles Thompson Harrisburg Tommy Thorne Bob Thorpe Jonesboro Jonesboro Jerry Tipton Monette Tom Tire f Memphis, Te i Earl Tittle Forrest City Paul Tompaw Caraway Jim Toombs Kennett, Mo. James Toy Trumann Willie Trail Haynes Marine Trammel Monette Donnie Tucker Peach Orchard Weston Tu Hardy Mary L. Turman Jonesboro Alpha Turner Newport Frank Turner West Helena Rex Turner Jonesboro Bill Tyer Jacquelyn Upchurch Lepanto Lutesville, Mo. Calvin Vanaman Jimmie Van I i. Hickory Ridge Blytheville 1 v |fe i Ann Vance Sedgwick George Vandegrift Little Rock Lorin Vaughn Oran, Mo. Charles Verkler Black Rock Shanley Vincent Lake City Robert Wadley Lepanto Ralph Wagner Manila Raymond W i Parkin flip r Geraldine Walker Ann Wallace Jerolene Wallace Tommy Wallace Paragould Bald Knob North Little Rock Paragould Jerry Ward Lynn Norman Ward Leachville Pat Warner Batesville Saundra Wa t Z.«£ ? Ozark, 1 Billie Watson Blytheville Jerry Watson Wayne Watson Marked Tree Bay Carl Weaver Paragould Vance Wesley Rector Wyvone West Brookland Wade Wharton Tyronza Bob Whi Trumann 106 slen Wood Manila Thonms Wood Bald Knob Arthur Woodard East Prairie Bill Woodard Martha Woods Gene Woodsmall ettleton Bro okland —— JmW g, ) George Wright Riva J. Wright Bernie, Mo. Jimrti " Young Larry Zabrow-ki Raymond Zachry Wynne Chesterton, Ind. Blytheville 08 ! Ad t 107 3fo jWemortam Three of our number met disaster during the year. All were killed in automobile accidents. Though they were with us for only a short while, we remember them as a part of our past. JSorts Jean feittovb g enatf), Mo. (Seralb g3 fneltr£ OTalnut »tbge, rfe- Jtkuce Cameron ftrnttfttriUe, rfe- 108 Legislative Day - January 23, 19S7 Mitch gets the low-down from the Governor upon arrival Senators Smith Melton, Bank Commissioner Simpson and Senator Stafford were early arrivals Gov. Faubus leaving his plane Everybody had a fine meal The Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce were hosts Rep. Guy French, Pres. of the A.S.C. Alumni Association arrives Gov. Faubus visited the library Dr. Reng and the Governor talk things over 110 Charles M. Woolf President Mr. Ed Moore Faculty Advisor The Agriculture Club 112 M ,; r ■I r £ r • Je , S S tj R -ond Howe, A bert Sharp, Lawrence Young, Gene Bowman. Second row: Mr. Ed Hamiltonf Douglas Booth David Rkhard nn Thi ' v.us Smuh Oren Mangrum, Vernon Eagen, Donald Maxwell, Kenneth Spikes, Blly Hinson James Cam Shell R«m " I T : - T A i an i e , r ' Gafnet McDaniel - Don Basden, Harold Earnhart, Bobby Lawson, George Smith Charle™ Wool uZt 7 J " ' Jalbert Billy Glasgow, William D. Gower. Fourth row: Jackie Holifie Id, Billy John Moore, I T. Ch onister bTu Sh ' ciftT lerS f ' iTS " ir " 1 ' Thr f Walla « Berry, Randall Ford, Earl Tittle, Douglas Moore " Jerry Ward, Bill Spikes Benny McAfee WavL W il V , r ' ' ?wf i Flf I h ., row: Bl11 Branscum, Chester Ashabranner, Husam Ghalib, Gore, Dean MascS, X S S K Sc SUlHVan ' D ° " ald Future Farmers of America First row, 1 to r: Charles Woolf, Octavius Smith, Charles Drye, Vernon Eagan, David Richardson, Van Booth. Second row: Dr. Nail, Harold Earn- hart, Ed Carter, Wally Berry, Oren Mangrum, Ronald Masson, , Paul Burrow. Third row: Jerry Honey, Bill Branscum, Cecil Ashabranner, Bob- by Spikes, Waymond Williams, Doug- las Moore, John Moore, Earl Tittle, Randall Ford, Albert Sharp. Pemm Club Seated : Jessica Perry, Mary Lou Bowl- ing, Don Yarbrough, Rhea Williams, Bob Shaw. Standing: Sue Rogers, Donald Cooper, Marvin Higginbottom, Beulah Booth, Jackie Statler, Boyce Rogers, Wayne King, Connie Wilhelm, Shirley Howard, Dave Camp, Gaylene Houck, Evelyn Prescott, Benny Pulliam, Gene Vandeven, Dale Freeman, Saundra Waters, Silas Redman, Phillip Bridger, Joe Underwood, Sharon Stafford, Carvil Trammel, James Avery, Bobby Webb, Dorothy Duley. Block Bridle Front row, 1 to r: Ed Moore, Joe Bertrand, Alan Poe, Bill Smith, Fred Mullins, Jim Zirkle, Clifton Jarrell. Second row: Garnett McDaniel, Dean Mason, Mohammed Shahab, Murray Sullivan, Ray Halbert, Walter Bailey, Donald Gore, , James Hamilton. J International Relations Club First row: Miss Clarissa Delano, Johnnie Lou Murlow, Louise Davis, Patsy Rolland, Bejamin Catalano. Second row: Gene Duley, Manual De La Cruz, Paul E. Cruz, Thomas Blades, Wayne King, Motoi Kat- ooka, Eolen Elrod, Muthema Nasari. Social Science Club First row: Henrietta Stevens, Ethel Mae Lewis, Carol Williams, Jan Brown. Second row: Kenneth Kinman, Dr. Homer Huitt, Ina J. Ramsey, Mr. Lloyd Haring, Mr. Robert Cooley, Mr. Edgar Kirk, Don Crancer. Third row: Jerry Crawford, Garland Goble, Will- iam Ramsey, Dr. Donald Konold, Harvey Robin. Pre Law Club First row: Jerry Henson, Harvey Robin, Adon Mann, Arthur Wilson. John Browning, Alfred Marotti, Garland Goble, Don Crancer. Second row: John Weibel, Tom Shannon, John Mo rton, Guy Brink- ley, Darrell Johnson, Mr. Robert C. Cooley, Rice Lee Van Ausdall. Miter-Liter Club Front row, I to r: Sissy Bednar, Lowell Wiles, Mrs. Williams, Nancy Barrett. Second row : Asa Crow, Jerry Frankum, Mrs. Dixon, James Buffington, Carolyn Lawrence, James Taylor. Third row: Joe McCormick, Joe Holt, Charlie Frankum, Gil- bert Bisher, Terry Burge, Miss Clai- bourne, George Roberson, Rush Bar- rett. Future Teachers of America Seated, 1 to r: Thomas Blades, Barney Travis, Patty Wilcoxson, K a t y Pat Richardson, Bonnie Anderson, Elaine Schnautz, Catherine Ramsey. Second row: Don Roberts, Cecil Radcliff, Loretta Radcliff, Jan Brown, Beverly DeLaney, Judith Hall, Frances Ladd, Henrietta Stevens, Joy Gatlin, Gwen Stotts, Helen Wood, Jeannie Terrell, Miss Vance. Third row: Wayne King, Virginia Wineland, Alice Maddux, Nell Allen, Mary Casner, Don Hardin, Mr. Smith. Home Economics Club First row: Pat Bishop, Gloria Hor- ton, Donna Stillions, Peggy McFat- ridge, Doris Gifford. Second row: Ruby Berry, Karen Ray, Elaine Wilthong, Jean Bell, Molly Graham. Third row: Barbara Franklin, Pat Alhf, Carolyn Kelley, Jane Files, Becky Sharp, Margaret Glenn, , Mrs. Brown, Pat Warner. £,f O o Business Club Seated: Harold Nelson, Sam Burkett, Bob Kitrell, Richard Marshall, Bill Taylor, Ruth Lindley, Emil Phillips, Richard Ralph, Fred Robinson. Second row: Dr. C. C. Carrothers, Archer Honeycutt, Richard Ford, Darrell John- son, Bliss Owens, Cletis Hance, Ronald Slayton, Fred Harold, James Fields, John Morton, Beverly Vogel, Joe Wayne Smith. Third row: James Shelton, Bob- by French, Walter Walker, Jerry Mayo, Jerry Crawford, John May, Eldon Wix- son, Linden Allison, Louis Amis, Bill Chappie, Tommy Yancey. Fourth row: Gene Duley, Don Crancer, Garland Gobble, Harvey Robin, Lawrence Dins more, Jimmy Gorham, Ernest Tibbs, Jim Miles, Fred Sitz, James Stafford, Ronald Ward, Earl Scurlock. llliilMlilllptiiiiiil 9 Ull - i Graphic Arts Club Kneeling: Knox Webb, Verlin Ferrari, Jim Keith, Harry Matson, George Vandegrift. Standing: Cecil Adams, D o n n y Tudor, Cletus Ellinghouse, Johnny Sellars, Bill Huneycutt, Bill Lamberson, Ross Durham, Bob Schri- Engineers Club First row: James Mebane, Paul Pruitt, Jake Morse, Sam Robbins, Tommy Pat- terson. Second row: Tommy Butcher, James Harris, Jimmy Duke, Joe McAfee, Jon Hearn. Third row: Donnie Priest, Charles Reeves, Sammy West, Richard Trudel, Harold Culp. J 116 Newman Club First row, 1 to r: Frank Childs, Johnnie Merlo, Lynn Wilcox, Patsy Yarbro, Gene Vandeven, Carl Cicero. Second row: Jerry West- phal, Larry Zabrowski, Richard Benson, Ray Robak, Joe Jenkins. P ' f ' - ' LJt ' tA Ministerial Alliance First row: Guy Whitney, Jim Lewis, Dr. Huitt, Max L. Taylor, Ray Krutz. Second row: Bill Carey, Don Belk, Dan Threet, J. D. Lawrence, Tommy Langley. Press Club First row: D. L. Bailey, Cletus Stan- fill, Norman Vickers, Jim McKay, Tex Plunkett. Second row: Cletus Ellinghouse, James Blankenship, Mary F. Lee, Janette McCaskill, Dana Jack- son, Johnny Shields. Third row: Don Huckabee, Audois Lloyd, Jim Barden, Peter Abbott, Ron Kaiser, Jim Scher- man, David Duvall, Clinton Baker, Jim Sulcer. The B.S.U. Center Die Baptist Student Metcalf and Dunn win in the Alpha Gamma talent show Union First Row: Oren Mangrum, Gary Gray, Loyal Wiles, , Donald Lynn, Joel Breeding, Bill Belmar. Second Row: Jackie Up- church, Georgia Cato, Peggy Cole, Billye Gale, Nancy Scarbrough, Mildred May. Third Row: Dwight Renfro, Richard Essman, James Fields, Dan Threet, Richard Trudale, Bill Hunnicutt, Frank Hay- good, Don Basder, Jim Lewis, Gaylord Hill , Gay Darter, Jim Reed. Fourth Row: Ann Morton, Mary Casner, Shirley Metcalf, Mar- tha McNiel, Margaret Culp, Dorothy Kouri, Marietta Carter, Janice Wahlquist, Marilyn Kelly, Jenny Lou Henderson, Marie Hall, Verna Sawyers, Janell Shride, Norma Babbs, Sue McCall, Donna Newsome, Alpha Turner. 118 Jim Keith tells a tall story Must be refreshment time Our campus display at homecoming First Row: Charlotte James, Ann Smith, Willard Womack, Winifred Hare, Margaret Hare, Jim Keith. Second Row: Lynn Wilcox, Elwanda Thomas, Dianne Cate, Laura Beth Plunkett, Phyllis Campbell, Gloria Cranford, Sam Robbins. Third Row: J. D. Lawrence, Mary Epling, Jean McCrady, Pat Ahlf, Marion Hughen. 119 French Club Front row: Phyllis Bennett, Betty Sims, Dr. Fred Pasmore, Winston May, Sue McCall. Second row: Mrs. Harry Gee, Clara Ransom, Marcia Heatherly, Phyllis Campbell, Louise Davis, Pat Phillips, Mrs. Donald Konold, Laura B. Plunkctt, June Jackson, Jean Bell, Winnie Owens. Third row: George Lemon, Joe Jenkins, Ronald Ford, Jan Holmes, Charley Frankum, Velpo Brown, Wayne Suddath. Fourth row: Thurman Nuckles, Bert Sulcer, Jim Keith, Bill Leach, D. L. Bailey, Jim Lewis, Ken Kinman. k 1 ttmamm Square Dance Club Front row, 1 to r: Jim Peacock, Martha McNeil, Benny Williams, Charles Drye, Mary Allen, Robert Morton. Second row: Jacquelyn Statler, Finis Burns, Alta Stallings, Guy Brinkley, Joyce Lar- gent, Ima James, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Mary Keller, Lowell Wiles. Third row: Mrs. Gladys McPike, Sherrill Strauser, Jean McCrady, Eddie French, Jim Brad- berry, Norman Arnold, Bonnie Tid- well, Bo Ann Adams. tt A " Club First row, 1 to r: Jim Scherman, Gif- ford Reynolds, Gene Roberts, David Wilbanks, J. C. Anthony, Darrel Arnold, Gene Harlow. Second row: ,Eddie Romeo, Frank Farel- lea, Earl Rankin, Harold Westmor- land, Murray Sullivan. Third row: Charlie Gibbs, Ray Robak, James Lovell, Dick Hilburn, Bill Merritt, Howard Cissell. Fourth row: Leon Grassmeyer, Bill Winfred, Bill Steed, Terry West, Tom Tirey, Glen Carmack. Fifth row: Larry Wilson, Bob Takacs, George McCay, Troy Reeves, David Dickson, Bob Gray, Norman Vickers. Men ' s Rifle Team Kneeling, 1 to r: Kenneth Altom, Melvin Creekmore, Willard Womack. Back row: Capt. McNeese, Keith Spur- gers, Jessie Stewart, James Smith, Parker Poe, Birchaid Roberts, Sgt. Wortham. Women ' s Rifle Team Kneeling, 1 to r: B onnie Tidwell Virginia Brewer, Nancy Scarborough, Dorothy Duley. Back row: SFC Blake- more, Faye Bateman, Shirley Howard, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Norma White, Marcia Heatherly. Drill Team First row, 1 to r: James Bourland, Douglas Moore. Second row : Sgt. Stro- mert, Alan Poe, Jim Miles, Richard Ford, Richard Hall, Bubba Phillips, Tommy Hatcher, Capt. Parker. Third row: Jimmy Duke, Raymond Zachrey, Jack Hill, Jerry Johnson, Kenneth White, Joe Jenkins. Fourth row: Will- ard Womack, Charles Weidman, Joe French, Richard Beeson, Randy Maple, C. V. Ford. Fifth row: Jerry Caldwell, Don Huckabee, Paul Jones, David Harmon, Laverne Wood, Jim Wilson. Sixth row: Earl Tittle, Herbert Sat- terfield, George Vandegrift, limray Bradberry, Winfred Roach, Lynn Tyus. s c b B b I r d n d d e First row: Amos Bass, Charles Shaver, Gerald Weber, Keith Spurgers, Jerry Morgan, Monroe Young, Col. Harry Cooper, Jr. Second row: Walter Bailey, Sam Burkett, Tommy Green, James Bourland, Birchard Roberts, James Stall- ings, Capt. Frank McNeese. Third row: Gerald Chappie, Dick Hilburn, Dave Camp, Oren Mangrum, John Brewer, Frank Farella. Fourth row: Buddy Beck, Ronald Masson, Robert Porter, Rice Van Ausdall, Ray Robak, Mitch Odom. Fifth row: William Kendrick, Coy London, Leon Grassmeyer, Phillip Easley, Jim Scherman, Donnie Bowlin. First row: Harvey Seymour, Jerry Roberts, Clinton Baker, Parker A. Poe, Jim Bell, Robert Bullington, Dave Frank- lin. Second row: Carl Cicero, Tommy Hatcher, Van Booth, Mark Roberts. Bobby Edgeman, David Harmon, C. V. Ford. Third row: Jim Martin, Joe Jenkins, Gerald Foley, Frank Miller, Richard Beeson, Jim Young, William Phil- lips. Fourth row: Donald Butler, William Jessup, Charlie Hughes, James Dubus, Charles Huffer, George Berger, James Haskell. Fifth row: John Garner, David Goff, Robert Meeks, Bob Hope, Earl Tittle, Charles Weidman, Jerry Caldwell. Sixth row: Major John Southerland, Capt. Francis Boeckman, Sgt. Roy Stromert. p e r $ i h f i n 9 R I e s ANNA LEE COLLINS Honorary Colonel Honorary Cadet Officers 123 A Horsemanship Class Cheerleaders by the Dozen W.AA Intramurals W.A.A. COUNCIL, GOVERNING BOARD OF INTRAMURALS— 1 to r: Alice Maddox, Mary L. Bowling, Carolyn Bookout, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Miss Evelyn Pres- cott, Pat Cross, Jessica Perry, Polly Deer, Shirley Howard, Joyce Largent, Wilma Williams. Tie Arbstatesmen First Row: Ann Vance, Joe Brewer, Carl Cicero, Mr. John Maharg. Second Row: Don Bailey, Robert Yates, Joe Tate, Jerry Roberts. Third Row: Gary Reutzel, J. D. McDonald, Bill Fincher, Jim Bell, Jerry Metheny. Fourth Row: Charles Butler, Wayne Castleberry, Sharon Faulk- ner, James Foy, Bob Schriver, John Brewer. The Arkettes Mr. Richard Schall, Dr. Duane Haskell, Carole Seeman, Sue Black- wood, Marilyn Kelly, Jane Files, Diane Cate, Mildred Johnson, Norma Jean Smith, Carolyn Kelley, Gloria Cranford, Marilyn Robinson, Jo Ann Baker, Nancy Scarbrough, Ann Thompson. Jane Keller, Accompanist The A.S.C. Singers First Row: Jones, Seeman, Burns, Keller, Files, Kelly, Smith, Camp- bell, Baker, Newsome, Hall. Second Row: Kelly, Robinson, Stilwell, Blackwood, Griffin, Hart, Wallace, Tomlinson, Orten, John- ston, Gurley. Third Row: Cranford, Butler, Faulkner, Harris, Haygood, Schri- ver, Roberts, Fincher, Bell, Cope- land. Fourth Row: Jacobs, Huffer, Bailey, Don, Bailey, D. L., Bosche, Bennett, Brewer, Metheny, Reutzel. Mr. John Maharg, Director p n n p r Women ' s Athletic Association First row: Miss Evelyn Prescott, Mary Lou Bowling, Wilma Williams, Pat Cross, Carolyn Bookout, Polly Deer, Jessica Perry. Second row: Carolyn Pettyjohn, Joan Mills, Helen Wood, Joyce Largent, Carolyn Huitt, Billy Gale. Third row: Laura Gurley, Alice Maddux, Bonnie Tidwell, Anna L. Collins, Ima James, Norma White, Peggy McFatridge. Fourth row: Shirley Howard, Wanda Brown, Beulah Booth, Jackie Statler, Lenita Wixson, Elwanda Thomas, Pat Ahlf. The Drum Major and Majorettes JIMMY STIMSON Drum Major Majorettes EVELYN CARLTON DEANNA ALLGIER JACQUALINE McKEEL BARBARA MUMA The " 100 " Void Choir This choir presented Handel ' " Messiah " at Christmas time am the " Requiem Mass " at Easter. Pi Gamma Mu First row, I to r: Joan Cooper, Diana Bibb, Joann Rains, Jean Condray, Mary Casner, Rice Van Ausdall, Homer Huitt, Peggy Cole, Phyllis Pratt. Katy Richardson. Second row : Bernard Gorrow, Louis Amis, Thomas Blades, Jerry Crawford, Mrs. Casner, Mrs. Brown, Clarissa Delano, Myrtle Snider, Pete ' Finer, Garland Gobble, Doris Layman, Edgar Kirk, Reginald Sims, Billy Edwards, Lloyd Haring, Jerald Haun, Emil Phillips, Richard Ford, Winifred Hare, Baird Keister, Lacy Griffith, D o n a 1 d Konolc Cooper, Robert Cooley. Durwood Kappa Pi First row, 1 to r: Maurine Dobbs, Diana Fryer, Mrs. Pasmore, Wanda Heaton. Second row: Morris Maupin, Terry Ballard, Wayne Newsome, Rich- ard Toombs, David Patterson, John Pas- more, Eolan Elrod. Pi Omeqa Pi First row, 1 to r: Peggy Cole, Shelba Lea, Mrs. Green, Jean Hinson. Second row: Dr. Carrothers, Carolyn Trinkaus, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Lotetta Webb, Robert Ferralasco. Third row: Mary Belle Allen, Winifred Hare, Virginia Looney, Rosa L. Barnes. Kappa Delta Pi First row, 1 to r: W. L. Smith, Marsha Matthews, Dean Turner, Margueri : Findley, Ruth Stringer, Lillian Barto Mary Casner, Thomas Blades, Agnti Mebane, Dr. Paul Couch. Second ro Howard Baker, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. ] Couch, Mrs. Howard Baker, Mrs. Kitterman, Joan Rains, Katy Richan son, Pauline Mathias, Beulah Barkle Dorothy Duley. Alpha Psi Omega First row, 1 to r: Don Huckabee, Marcia Heatherly, Evelyn Carlton, Wayne New- some. Second row: Billy Inman, Morris Maupin, Herbert Shultz, Winston May, Bill Leach. 15U Beta Beta Beta First row, 1 to r: Flodell Appletc Gilbert Bisher, Ronald White, Llo Stetzer, Jerry Johnson, Jack Pylai Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Dixon, Charl Baker, Troy Blue. Standing: Velj Brown, Elizabeth Claibourne, Dona Roberts, George Roberson, Don Ben James Buffington, Terry Burge, Bud Beck, Louis Tyler, Charlie Franku: Dr. Nedrow, Terry Ballard, Howa Baker, Eugene Wittlake, Floyd Bat hill. First Row: Walter Bailey, Rice Lee Vanausdall, Jack Welch, Jim Woodsmall, Charley amm m Fr.ink.um. La A fl tlftf ll ' ftf ft Second Row: John Morton, James Bourland, Katy Pat Richardson, Phyllis Pratt, Jerry I II V fll IXQOldl CI Johnson, James McKay. Third Row: Mary Belle Allen, Carol McLeod, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Mary Casner, Betty Sims, Marilyn Reng, Jeannine Trrell, Carolyn Trinkaus. s e A Student Government RICE VAN AUSDALL Senior Representative JOHN BREWER Senior Class President S 6 A JOEL BREEDING Sophomore Class President POLLY HANDLEY Sophomore Representative GUS SLAYTON Junior Representative SONNY PARK Junior Class President $ 6 A JERRY HENSON Freshman Class President GARY BAILEY Freshman Representative Charley Frankum, S.GA. President; Jim Woodsmall, First Vice-President Evelyn Carlton, Second Vice-President; Miss Eleanor Lane, Faculty Advisor. Association DONNA SUE KEITH Freshman Representative 6 A 132 Extending hospitality at the President ' s Reception Presenting t h e Homecoming Queen 133 134 135 Ml Hie 1957 Ye DON WEIR Senior Class Editor CAROLYN BOOKOUT Sophomore Class Editor JIM WOODSMALL — Business Manager DOYLE NEWSOME— Art Editor JIMMY SMITH Activities Editor 136 Pan Hellenic Council Seated: Barbara Brewer, Joann Raines, Marilyn Reng, and Arda Tom- linson. Standing: Polly Handley, Joan Hughes, Rose Kinman, Laura Beth Plunkett and Ann Rice. Inter Fraternity Council Seated: Asa Crowe, Dean Robert Moore, Charley Thorn- ton and Jerry Johnson. Standing: Winston May, Gerald Webber, Donnie Bowlin and Dave Wilbanks. Pat Ahlf Carolyn Bookout Carole Copeland Jean McCrady Alpha Gamma Delta Mary Belle Allen Peggy Bennett Fetn Billingsley Barbara Brewer Nancy Brown Janice Button Nancy Carpenter Janice Carroll Pat Cross Polly Deer Maurine Dobbs Rebecca Dodd Jane Files Barbara Franklin Earlene Goodman Margaret Hart Donna Sue Keith Mrs. Lu Nedrow Alumnae Advisor Martha McNeil Doris McSpadden Patricia Merritt Epsilon Zeta Chapter Laura Beth Miller Barbara Mumma Shirley Naile Virginia Brewer Pledge Mary Cochran Pledge Shirley Faulkner Pledge Joyce Franks Pledge Phyllis Futrell Pledge Jenny Lou Henderson Pledge Virginia Lynch Pledge Betty McPherson Pledge Sharon Stafford Pledge Kay Stuart Pledge Pat Warner Pledge Sally Wilmoth Pledge 141 Alpha Omicron Pi Sigma Omicron Chapter Ann Samuels Sue Shewmake Sarah Bob Stilwell Carol Kay Williams Wilma Williams Sylvia Barker Pledge Eleanor Bernard Pledge Sue Brown Pledge Glenda Chronister Pledge Virginia Davis Pledge Mar Sue Feezor Pledge Phyllis Forrest Pledge Sharon Gaither Pledge Jamie Johnston Pledge Jane Potter Pledge Sandra Hines Pledge 4m Jennie Priest Marilyn Reng President Dianne Roleson Pledge Rebecca Sharp Pledge Barbara Cox Pledge Mariel Johnson Pledge Paula Robinson Lynn Wilcox 143 Epsilon Delta Chapter Ann Nunnally Elaine Schnautz Berty Sims Connie Wilhelm Virginia Wineland Jeannine Wright Joann Rains President June Jackson Pledge Glenda Pylant Ann Thompson Peggy Zook Jo Ann Mills Pledge Sarah Strickland Pledge Karen Ray Carolyn Trinkaus Beverly Delaney Pledge Nancy Scarborough Pledge Anita Talbot Pledge A Anita Richardson Ann Vance- Faith Elder Pledge Barbara Shirley Pledge Helen Wood Pledge 145 Bobby Bennett James Billings Jerry D. Blackwood Phil Bridger John Browning Gerald Chappie Ralph Childs Howard Cissel Bill E. Cooper Jerry Deason Dalton Farmer Sharon Faulkner Jim Grooms Dan Harnden Charles Hilburn L arry j y Delta Theta Chapter Tommy McFalls Bob Parker Gene Roberts Terry Robinson Don Weir Jimmy Willett Win ford Williams Vernon Williams Bob Winemiller Richard Beeson Wayne Blades Charles Cole Eddie Coleman Boyd Garner Nickey Goatcher Reggie Hammill Pledge Pledge Pledge Bobby Hayes Pledge James Houston Larry Johnson Pete Lesmeister Pledge Pledge B. J. McAfee Pledge Dave Wilbanks President, First semester John Morton President, Second semester Bob McCarty Bill Porter Gregory Thomason Pledge Pledge Pledge 4 Leroy Vaughn Pledge THET SAID YOU ' SHIGH CLASS BUT TOUAINT NOTHING BUT A HOUND DOG Donald Minx Capt. Frank Robert C. Cooley Faculty McNeese Faculty Faculty Donald M. Bailey 1 1 Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity i I Cecil Brickell Thomas Butcher Harold Davis David Duvall Robert Ellington, Robert Eskridge Neal Gregory James Harris Jr. i i 4 1 Jon Hearn James Keith Robert Kittrell George Lemon D. A. Miller, Jr. Ronnie Miller Harold McDaniel James McKay Arkansas Gamma Chapter James Sulcer Carvil Trammel Gene Vandeven John Whidden f J J. I Charles Wineland Jim Woodsmall Wiley Yarbroui;h Carl Cicero Pledge Franklin Davis Gerald Foley Pledge Pledge irk Boyd Hurtt Pledge Linden Jones Pledge Charles Kortenber James Lovell Pledge Pledge James Martin Doug Moore Charles Neeley Pledge Pledge Carlos Ozier Pledge Charles Perkins Robert Phillips Pledge Pledge 149 Sigma Pi Fraternity James Avery Hershel Austin Alphus Barfoot Amos Bass Charlie Frankum Jerry Frankum Don Green Tommy Green Larry Gilmore Bill Harris Donald Hindman Jim Hughes Major John T. Southerland Faculty Advisor Cecil Jernigan Randy Lacy Lloyd Langford Benny McAtee Buddy Marotti Ronnie Metcalf Ronnie Mitchell Max Powell HSBimLLi ' ' i I 1 mm ad ' Benny Pulliam George Siscler Tom Shannon Joe Rauls Asa Crow 150 President, First Semester Richard Ralph President, First Semester Nancy Hubbell ' rctthcvt " I F. II Alpha Pi Chapter s i 151 Sonny Ashby Terry Ballard Eddie Barber Joe Brewer Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity W. L. Gillespie Gerald Glascoe Robin Hageman Fred Herndon Donnie Hill Don Huckabee Jim Huston G. E. James Beta Psi Chapter Roger Pickler Jim Schimming Kenneth Schnautz Dob Schriver Harvey Seymour Nick Stephens Jim Stimson Carey Tomlinson Lynn Tyus Leroy Tyner Jack Welch Bill Welshans Kenneth White Harry Clausen David Day Theo Epperson Ronald Ford A. L. Gatewood Allen Grace Wayne Hodges Charley Thornton President Pledge Pledge Pledge Pledge Conway Landrum Gary Powers Cecil Province Conley Sullivan Bill Tucker Pledge Pledge Pledge Pledge fe 4 George Vandegrift Larry Zabrowski Lewis N. Amis Col. Harry B. Pledge Faculty Faculty Cooper, Jr. ill J. A. Tomlinson Dr. D. F. Pasmore »Capt. Richard Faculty Faculty Of ft Louis H. Kaiser Boeckman Faculty Faculty Linden Allison William Arnott D. L. Bailey Lavern Ballard Curtis Baltz Vance Brown William Chappie Jimmy Clements 4 £ Chester Cravens Scrivner Ennis Macon Faulkner Bob Fielder Donald Freeman Thomas French Henry Gschwend Cleatus Hance Veteran ' s Bob May Jerry Mayo Bobby Miller Col. Harry B. Cooper, Jr. Faculty Advisor Ruth Lindley Veterans Club Sweetheart Benny Moore Charles Neely Robert Niell Darrell Nolen Bliss Owens Johnny Pearce Robert Pennington Layton Pinkston 2 ' ' Hi . ' BP ' James Price Jack Pylant Silas Redmond Oscar Richardson Harvey Robin Earl Scurlock Herbert Shultz Fred Sitz Club Ronald Slayton Joe Wayne Smith James Stephens Shirl Strauser 4 t Billy Taylor Bill Thomas Barney Travis Donald Vancil Walter Walker Ronald Ward Ray Wilson James Wimberly James Wright Robert Yates 155 Peter Abbott Johnny Barber Faye Bateman Bill Kappelman Bill Kendrick Donald Lynn Vernon Brown Bob Clements Donald Cooper Charles Drye Derenda Foust Bobby Green Larry Isaacs Sally Davis Independent Students Association Tomahawk Chapter Ima C. James Jackie McKeel Carole Seeman Jackie Statler Howard Bahr Faculty Advisor Mildred May Arbie Moye Carolyn Pettyjohn Dave Richardson Boyce Rogers Sandra Thorne Ted Lange Vacuity Advisor WINSTON MAY ELAINE SCHNAUTZ Colleges and r Universities Colleges and Universities 165 167 Freshman Indian Favorites 171 ■at-. II I ill 191 Ml 11 - li 1956 Indians Here ' s what made the Indians click this year. Having a tough job rom the start with inexperienced men, the " Big 6 " had to cope with last season injuries to key players and upsets at the hands of the enemy. Still 1956 was a good year for A.S.C. football and these coach- es deserve a lot of praise. Pictured left to right are: Connie Smith, trainer, Bob Blue, student coach, Dewayne Parker, end coach, Gene Harlow, head coach, King Block, backfield coach, and Jessie Johnson, student coach. I I I 5 Coach Gene Harlow and his two captains, J. C. Anthony, left, and Bill Templeton, halfback, sit down before a game to talk over game strategy. Both captains were mainstays on the Indians ' starting eleven. Anthony in- jured his knee in mid-season but came back in the last two games to retain his starting position. " Temp " stayed right in the first backfield all season. Every great team has to break up sometime. Our Indians are no excep- tion. Seven Indians were lost this year through graduation. These men will be replaced as individuals but not as a team. Six of the seniors are linemen and one was a back. Left to right are: Billy Davidson, J. C. Anthony, Greg Thomasson, Tom Kent, (back row) — left to right: Harold Westmoreland, Dick Hilburn, and Bill Templeton. Tommy Spiers, quarterback Tommy West, fullback Eddie Romeo, halfback 176 Howard Cissell, halfback Darrell Arnold, quarterback Charles Bramlett, fullback Bob Gray, end Earl Rankin, tackle 7 111 On The Field The 1956 season had its ups and downs for the A-State Indians. Starting like a wall of fire, the Tribe swept to three straight wins. Then after a Mississippi State loss, the team let up. A near loss to Murray, and a 34-0 massacre at the hands of Memphis, plus Spier ' s injury, spelled disaster to Harlow ' s boys. Playing heads up ball, A.S.C. man- aged to finish the season with 5 wins, and 4 losses. Cissell says more over. Concordia ' s little All-American half-back breaks loose Indian goal line stand. 1956 Indian A.S.C. 56— CONCORDIA TEACHERS COL- LEGE — State ' s first team saw only limited action as the Indians whipped the Nebraska team in a 56-0 route in the season ' s opener. A.S.C. 39— FLORENCE STATE 13— Get- ting revenge for last year ' s defeat at Kay ' s Field at the hands of Florence, the Tribe scored three touchdowns in a wild third period to rack up victory number two for the season. A.S.C. 21— LOUISIANA TECH 13— Spires and company, playing before a capacity Home- coming crowd, outfought a heavier and more experienced Tech squad for victory number three. The Osceola Little All-American fired two second half TD ' s and kicked all three extra points to lead the Redmen to victory. A.S.C. 9— MISSISSIPPI STATE 19— After taking a 9-6 half time lead on a soggy field, Arkansas State fell behind in the fourth quarter to suffer their first defeat of the season. A quarterback named Stacy, running a tricky option pitch or keep play, bottled up the Indians and saved the day for the highly favored Ma- roons. A.S.C. 28— MURRAY STATE 27— Three fourth quarter TD passes by Murray almost whipped State in a high scoring contest. Charles Frankum, A-State S.G.A. president, concedes the paint bucket to Memphis State student body president after the Tigers whipped the Indians 34-0. Bill Templeton stops a Tennessee Tech back on an end run. Big Louisiana Tech linebackers clobber Jim Scherman as he snags Spier ' s pass. Eddie Romeo scoots around the end as Concordia secondary tries to bring him to the turf. Farella makes a key block. Howard Cissell turns on the gas in the Memphis State game. Don Riggs outruns Louisiana Tech back for a long gain. 180 Battle Scenes A.S.C. 0— MEMPHIS STATE 34— Memphis State won possession of the first paint bucket as the Tigers clobbered the Indians 34-0 before 10,000 fans at Crump Stadium. Tragedy struck the Indians a death blow as their star quarter- back Tommy Spiers was injured and sidelined for the rest of the season. A.S.C. 6— TENNESSEE TECH— 26— Still not fully recovered from the Memphis State defeat and playing without Spiers for the first time of the season, A.S.C. showed little spark in go- ing down 26-6 at Kay ' s Field at the hands of a well-coached Tech team. A.S.C. 27— AUSTIN PEAY— 13— After learn- ing that Spiers was out for the season, the Tribe came from behind and smacked down the Gover- nors 27-13. James Billings took over as first string signal caller after Darrell Arnold was injured just before half time. A.S.C. 7— ARKANSAS TECH— 25— For the first time in recent years an Arkansas foot- ball squad was able to defeat Arkansas State. The Wonder Boys capitalized on thirteen Indian fumbles to spoil the Tribe ' s Turkey Day vaca- tion. Don Riggs goes up to take in Spier ' s aerial in the end zone in State ' s rout of Concordia. Spiers goes up middle. Indians stop T-Tech drive. Arnold awaits Gray ' s block. " Temp " says, " it ' s mine, buddy, it DON ' T belong to you. " Cissell picks up blockers. Templeton climbs high for Spiers ' aerial. 181 Gerald Chappie, guard Bob Parker, forward Jerry Burnett, guard Norman Vickers, forward Basketball Record Home A.S.C 68 A.S.C 69 A.S.C 61 A.S.C 66 A.S.C 67 A.S.C 78 A.S.C 59 A.S.C 66 A.S.C 71 A.S.C 89 A.S.C 84 A.S.C 49 A.S.C 78 A.S.C 84 A.S.C 55 A.S.C 58 A.S.C 75 A.S.C 70 A.S.C 70 A.S.C 75 A.S.C 58 Opponents Memphis State 88 Abilene Christian ....60 Arkansas Tech 73 Ole Miss 87 Central Mo. State ....49 Ole Miss 79 Miss. Southern 73 Southwestern 75 Bethel College 85 Bethel College 80 Louisiana College ....67 Delta State 68 Southern State 79 Southwestern 81 Miss. Southern 54 Austin Peay 53 Southern State 77 Delia State 73 Arkansas Tech 88 Memphis State 87 Ark. College 70 SEASON ' S TOTALS A.S.C— 1,450 Opponents — 1,546 Season ' s mark for the Indians was 1,450 with their best output of points against Bethel College. The Tribe didn ' t break the century mark this year, but they played a different type of basketball. On several occasions A.S.C. lost in the last few minutes of play and by only a few points. Kenneth Knight, Center Jerry Byrd, forward Norman Ward, guard 183 Jimmy Bowman, guard mi Lynn Slimmer, forward, guard Den Riggs, guard Ronnie Mitchell, forwaii . m Knight goes down tor the Bowman takes a rebound. count. Season Highlights A.S.C. ' s Indians closed out the 1956-57 season with a 58-70 defeat at the hands of Arkansas College in the District 17 NAIA Tournament. This defeat gave the Indians a 14-7 record for the season as compared to the 14-11 of last season. Although going down in defeat 14 times the Tribe was only outscored 96 points by opposing squads. About 50 of these 96 points came in three games in which the Redmen were beaten by 20 points or better. Gerald Chappie, senior guard; Jerry Burnett, freshman guard; and John Matlock, junior transfer at center were the big guns for the Indians in 56-57. With Chappie and Burnett pouring the buckets in from out front and Matlock eating up the rebounds, the Indians were unbeatable on occasions. Missing from the team, how- ever, was the spark and drive that makes a good team great. THIS WAS THE STORY OF A.S.C. ' s CAGE TEAM. That man Sevier again. Byrd hogs the ball. 3t " Jug " racks up two more for A.S.C Burnett steals ball. Slimmer passes to teammate Tech ' s Sevier says, " Come here, ball. " Matlock ties ball up. 1957 Arkansas State College Indian Baseball Lettermen Arkansas State College ' s Indians face one of the toughest schedules in the history of base- ball at A.S.C. Coach " Ike " Tomlinson said just before the season started that he would have about ten lettermen returning to face A.S.C. ' s opponents. In the pitching department, the return of Tom Phillips of Blytheville with the assistance of Gifford Reynolds, veteran maskman, showed much promise of fine mound support for fhe Tribe. In the outfield Don Riggs seems to be a sure bet to sew one of the three spots. Riggs, a four sportsman, is a powerful slugger. Byron Hogue Tom Phillips and Gifford Reynolds Coach Tomlinson 186 i z .A ■A. JJ „ . - 4 1957 Arkansas State College Track Squad PI SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS Wayne Agin Billy Joe Ainley Sandra Baird Johnny Barber Barbara Barnett Verlan Barnett David Bednar Doniphan. Mo. Corning Lake City Oil Trough Jonesboro Jonesboro Jonesboro Stanley Boden Valley View 3eneva Brannon Cecil Brickell Franklin D. Brown Marilyn D. Brown Virginia S. Brown Janice Buck Lepanto Mammoth Spring Gideon, Mo. Clarkton, Mo. Trumann Senath, Mo. Jimmy Burleson William Burrough Uttle Rock Caraway 4 fc ijohn Campbell Pocahontas Leonard Chilton William L. Clark William Colbeck Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jonesboro Chicago, III. B etty Cole Paragould Billie Cooke Rennard B. Cooper Van D. Cotton Helena Hoxie Jonesboro II Jerry Cox Walnut Ridge Jackie D. Crawford Jimmy W. Cude Datto Black Rock Bobby Darr Lake City Judy Daum Pleasant Grove Charles L. Davis Frankie DeFries Cotton Plant Monet te Don Denny Rector Reed Dinkins Clarkton, Mo. Johnny Ditto Doniphan, Mo. Doyle W. Roach Teddy J. Dortch George W. Douglass John S. Douglass C Jonesboro Pharis Edwards Don S. Emery Lafe Osceola Osceola ., est mem pais Poplar Bluff. Mo. l K » imy D. Evans Jonesboro. Arlene Fielder Sedgwick Maurice Fisher Jonesboro Irvin Fleming Memphis, Tenn. Glen Fooks Imboden John nie Ford John D. French John Fuller Black Rock Jonesboro Lake Village M This and the following pages picture a part of the large group of new students entering in January. Part of them are just beginning, others transferred in and others are old students returning. 199 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS Billy Gadberry Bennie Gambill Aubrey Gatewood Lorene Gatlin Charles G. Gibson Ronald Green Lake City Lake City North Little Rock Paragould Jonesboro Jonesboro Wanda Green Dorothy Gregsi r Senath, Mo. Trumann Robert Griffin Gerald Grunberg Robin H. Hagaman Helen Hale Jonesboro Providence, R. 1. Stuttgart Nettleton Janet Hale Wilson Eugene Hawkins Shirrel Hayes Eugene Hazlewoi i Williford Parma, Mo. Lepanto Mary Anne Hearn William Henderson Jerry Hi ggins Jimmy Hill Louise Hill Jonesboro Lake City Trumann Rector Rector Joel L. Hollis Paragould James R. Hood Glenn Houston Mary Ellen Hubbard David Jackson Lake City UK.- e Trumann Lilboum, Mo. Dixie Dallas Johnson Algoa Gerald Johnson Rector jVfary Fern Johnson Wally Johnson Alton, Mo. Piggott Charles Jones Leachville Bill Kappelman Paragould O ' Neal Kellim Walnut Ridge James D. King Corning Floyd Langston Mammoth Spring 200 Robert Linn Weiner Kenneth Linton Trumann Sylvia Logan Pleasant Grove Clarence Lucas Luxora Myrtle Lytle Bob McCarty Charles H. McCoa. Jonesboro Trumann Oxford SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS im D. McCord Rudy McCrady Jim McDaniel Margaret McFall Lounelle McNair Betty McPherson Rector Mar mad uke Jonesboro Pocahontas Blytheville Bragg City, Mo. Patricia May Osceola Janoth Metcalf Black Oak Reda Miller Searcy Marvin Don Miller Johnny Minick Lela Montgomery Brinkley Jonesboro Cash v a JHBh paries R. Moore Black Rock Dean Moore Rector Robert Mosby Lake City Bobby Moxley Caraway Alice M. Neel Lesterville. Mo. John J. Neel Canalou, Mo. Sarah Nichols Bay Thomas Norwood Trumann srman O ' Brien Trumann Harold Parrish Johnny L. Pearce Tommy J. Peeler David Percifull McDougal Bradford Jonesboro Paragould Loy Perkins Brook and Carl Phillips Newport Clynard Phillips Trumann kymond Roush fountain View Betty C. Runsick Poughkeepsie Darrell Shultz James D. Singleton Billy D. Smith Paragould Paragould Black Rock Earl Smith Jr. Paragould Garland Smith James L. Smith Trumann Jonesboro jvis J. Smith Roxie Ruth Smith William A. Sparks Marlin Stewart Kneibert Stillman Arvon Stokes John Suddarth lonesboro Manila Walnut Ridge Piggott Clarkton, Mo. Paragould Wardell. Mo. Marpret Swan Hoxie 201 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS James Tanner Bennie Gambill Gerald Thompson Lawrence L. Thorn Thomas Threet Doniphan, Mo. Lake Cit V Wardell, Mo. Chesterton, hid. Peel Rex Toole Jonesboro Jessie Trantham Manila Robert Tuckei Senath, Mo. Dean Wagner Martha Jean Wagner Martha Sue Walker Freda Wall Perry Ella Ward Manila Manila Marked Tree Bay Weona Bettye Weaver Lake City William Welch Charles J. Wei Bassett Braggadocio, M John C. Westbrooke Nettie V. Whitehead Charles Willhite Lowell Williams Verlin Williams Vesta Williams Margrhea Willmuth Robert Williamsc Jonesboro Nettleton Jonesboro Cardwell Lake City Marmaduke Black Rock Biggers Haskell L. Wilson Jimmv Harold Wilson Avis Winston James Wortham Marcella Nettleton Peach Orchard Leachville 202 JONESBORO OA ' 1 171 ffTgTO WAMPUM TEPEE Farmers State Bank is the student ' s " banking friend away from home. " A progressive institution. Farmers State Bank is the fastest growing bank in Arkansas and helping Arkansas State College continue to be the fastest growing college in the State. Directors Dr. W. E. Berry Fred Carter L. A. Cato W. O. Doak Joe N. Martin Herbert H. McAdams W. D. Roberts, Jr. M. S. Rubenstein O ' Dell A. Sanders Donald Timms G. E. Wood farmers state bank JONESBORO. ARKANSAS MEMBER f-EDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION LADIES ' READY TO WEAR AND MILLINERY HOUSE of FASHION Notra Foster Mack — Vera Foster Shop of Quality and Style Phone WE2-3246 502 S. Main COMPLIMENTS OF . . . BARTON LUMBER CO. ROYAL PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS - GIFTS COSMETICS FREE DELIVERY - GIFT WRAPPING Phone 2-6646 500 S. Main MEYER ' S FRESH BREAD it ' s in Blue Gingham A SERVICE INSTITUTION POWER WATER SEWAGE DISPOSAL YOUR City Water Light Plant 205 JOSEPH Footwear Jonesboro, Arkansas 403 S. Main Phone 2-2161 THE DONNIS SHOP Jonesboro ' s Smartest Fashions For Her Across from the Strand Theater JONESBORO ROLLER MILL Corner Burke Union Stockyard Feed Supply Jonesboro Stockyards Feed Seed FARM SUPPLIES BABY CHICKS Jonesboro, Arkansas Compliments of ELLIGTf USHERS II. SAFE AND SECURE SINCE 1906 AUTO LICENSE BUREAU PORTAGEVILLE, MO. 206 COMPLIMENTS OF . . . GREGG FUNERAL HOME ESTABLISHED 1877 GREGG BURIAL ASSOCIATION J. B. GREGG, Owner-Manager MONETTE JONESBORO WALNUT RIDGE Across From the Hospital Member F.T.D. COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP 207 E. Matthews - P. O. Box 370 Phone 2-2872 Jonesboro, Ark. THE FINEST IN DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND CHINA CLEMENTS JEWELRY STOEE YES! THERE ' S ALWAYS A BETTER VALUE AT CLEMENTS Next Door to the Palace Theater " Phone WE2-2166 STAR CLOTHING HOUSE SMART FASHIONS for the CAMPUS MAN ft ALBERT KOPERT ft Campus Representatives Tommy Hipp Bill Curzon Charles Stevens 207 DEPARTMENT STORE 237 S. MAIN JONESBORO, ARKANSAS PETE ' S 63 CAFE Catering to the College Crowd 208 SERVING NORTHEAST ARKANSAS Manufactured By Willis Caldwell Inc. JONESBORO, ARKANSAS mm 1 1 S g l 5 qQ 3(1 fi D HOLDEM U MALCO THEATERS INC. mum aoao. Kit ■..,. ' « »l SU imok t tm l»i i MOVIES ARE YOUR BEST ENTERTAINMENT I msa " ' ' CI lillll in: 209 Students and Faculty Welcome " THE FRIENDLY BANK " Deposits Protected by Capital Funds of Over $750,000 Interest on Savings 2% Member F. D. I. C. FORD Styling Inspired by the THUNDERBIRD Powered With THUNDERBIRD GO ! PATTON MOTOR COMPANY Sell ing and Servicing FORD Cars and Trucks for Over 27 Years 317-321 U nion Jonesboro, Arkansas Web. 5-5584 Coca-Cola Bottling Company JONESBORO, ARKANSAS J JONESBORO MOTOR COURTS Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jackson — Owners Highway 63 West Jonesboro, Arkansas 211 M. E. CARTER and CO. JONESBORO LUMBER CO. Building Materials 107 S. Fisher Phone 2-6671 Claude R. Roach Claude Roach, Jr. Paul E. Roach Wholesale Fruit and Produce 104 N. Main Jonesboro Arkansas BROADAWAY PACKING COMPANY INC. HOME OF CROWLEY RIDGE MEAT PRODUCTS Phone 2-6689 501 N. Culberhouse Phone 2-6689 WHOLESALERS ONLY TRY OUR CROWLEY RIDGE PURE PORK SAUSAGE 212 W. E. Broadaway Stanley Broadaway E. B. Broadaway Jr. Ernest Broadaway Roy Hannah F. A. Burke HOTEL NOBLE " N. E. Arkansas ' Finest " BACKING THE INDIANS SCHOENFIELDS LADIES READY-TO-WEAR Nationally Advertised Lines at Reasonable Prices Phone 2-291 1 324 S. Main SUSANNE SHOPPE SUSANNE ' S WEST 212 S. Main 1002 Gee St. Formals for the College Girl Smart Fashions in Ready to Wear Compliments . . . FRANK HUGHEY AUTO PARTS Phone 5-5558 242 Union The Newest In Campus Fashions At Men and Boys Apparel Next Door To New Citizens Bank Building LINCOLN MERCURY A. C. WILBANKS Sales and Service Esso Servicenter Phone 2-8706 - Open 24 Hours Roland Hughes, Inc. East Nettleton Road Jonesboro Jonesboro, Arkansas COMPLIMENTS OF STONE DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS - GIFTS WESTERN AUTO FOUNTAIN SERVICE ASSOCIATE STORE Free Delivery - Gift Wrapping Home Owned and Operated WINSTON McFARLAND PHONE 5-5538 McADAMS TRUST BLDG. 235 S. Main 214 YOUR HOME BUILDING HEADQUARTERS STUCK BROS. Phone 2-6663 COMPLIMENTS OF HEINEMANN ' S NORTHEAST ARKANSAS ' LARGEST DEPT. STORE COMPLIMENTS OF A. B. C CLEANERS 1207 S. Flint Phone 5-5579 H. T. Winters, Owner J0NESB0R0 GROCER COMPANY At 109 South Madison Since 1916 Peoples National Bank of Jonesboro FRIENDLIEST BANK IN TOWN Member F. D. I. C. 215 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. THE LIGHT REFRESHMENT CHOICE OF THE COLLEGE CROWD Abernathy Motor Company Your DODGE Dealer Jonesboro, Arkansas MANUFACTURERS OF MIDWEST-FORTUNES ICE CREAM MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPORATION DIVISION OF CITY PRODUCTS COMPLIMENTS . . . COURT SQUARE DRUGS " BACKING THE INDIANS " Fan ' s Ladies Toggery JONESBORO ' S SMART SHOPPE ROYAL TYPEWRITERS PORTER TYPEWRITER AND ADDING MACHINE CO. 103 W. Jackson Phone WE2-3346 Everything For The College Girl 318 South Main Street Jonesboro, Ark. CITY DRUG STORE Cosmetics - Drugs - Prescriptions Soda Fountain - Candy FREE PARKING Matthews at Church Street Phone 2-8343 MEYER ' S FRESH BREAD it ' s in Blue Gingham COMPLIMENTS OF DONALDSON MFG. CO. ' Makers of Poultry Coops ' 7 Jonesboro, Arkansas Compliments FARMER ' S RANK of POKTAUEVILLK SAFE AND SECURE SINCE 1906 MEMBER F.D.I.C. PORTAGEVILLE MISSOURI 218 ! JONESBORO PACKING COMPANY Home of Jonesboro Maid Meats PHONE 2-8369 723 S. 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SUPPLY COMPANY Incorporated COMPLETE EQUIPMENT FOR HOTELS, CLUBS, RESTAURANTS, HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS 413-15 W. Capitol Little Rock, Ark. COLE HURT Incorporated JOHN DEERE SALES AND SERVICE 300 BURKE ST. PHONE 5564 JONESBORO, ARKANSAS CONGRATULATIONS ... to Arkansas State College We are proud to have furnished the fine dormitories which place ASC among the top colleges in student housing. SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CO. Specialists in Dormitory and Lounge Furnishings JACK COLE, Manager Contract Division, Jackson, Miss. 222 Come k Neighbor... You ' re welcome of Me Sign of the Lioti " The Sign of the Lion is the Sign of a Good Neighbor . . . your Southern friend. Next time you see this familiar sign, drive in and fill ' er up with Lion Premium or Lion Regular — the only gasolines in the world with Lionite, the additive that actually supercharges your motor. And when it ' s time to add or change motor oil, be sure you get new Advanced-Formula Naturalube H.D. — the motor oil that fights acid wear longer than other oils tested, and boosts gasoline power as much as 4 octane points. For all your driving needs, stop at the Sign of the Lion. You ' ll find your Lion Oil Dealer will help keep your car running better , . . longer. LION OIL COMPANY A DIVISION OF MONSANTO CHEMICAL COMPANY EL DORADO, ARKANSAS •A Trade Mark of Monsanto Chemical Company 223 Hail to A. S. C. Words and Music by— Dr. Harold C. Manor Our Al - ma Ma - ter ASC, your hal ' lowed halls shall ring - with praise by daugh-ter and stal-wart son who proud-ly stand and sing. Mem ' -ries of your un - dimmed glo - ry fill our hearts with loy-al-ty. The Red and Bla ck shall ev-er wave, on high for ASC. 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