Arkansas State University - Indian Yearbook (Jonesboro, AR)

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JAMES STEPHENS EDITOR-PHOTOGRAPHER CHARLEY THORNTON BUSINESS MANAGER D. L. BAILEY COPY EDITOR M ARIEL JOHNSON ART EDITOR LLOYD BROWN SPORTS EDITOR NANCY BROWN CLASS EDITOR DEAN ROBERT MOORE ADVISOR VOLUME THIRTY-FIVE PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE JONESBORO, ARKANSAS PRINTED BY THE HURLEY COMPANY CAMDEN, ARKANSAS » 5 FOREWORD In the pages of this book v chronicle the events of the 1957-58 sc hool year. As the college increases in size and importance in the field of higher education in Arkansas, we feel that The Indian should reflect this progress. This volume of The In- College as measured by the number ol pages and the number of students pictured. -seven percent of the ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Board of Trustees Administrators Departments ULASSES m Seniors W Juniors Sophomores Freshmen L ACTIVITIES m Student Organizatio f Beauties Social Life General Activities SPORTS Football Basketball Baseball Track Tennis Golf OUR CAMPUS THE EDUCATION BUILDING was erected in 1936. Courses in Education, Psychology, and Social Science are taught in approximately 15 class- rooms. THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING was erected in 1932 to replace the old administration building which had burned the previous year. The Ad building houses all the administrative of- fices of Arkansas State College as well. as the Library, Bookstore, and Wigwam. 8 The WOMEN ' S NEW DORM was erected in 1954 and is one of the most modern dormitories on campus. The dorm serves as " a home away from home " for approximately 85 girls. . . . and there is always time for harmonizing. When time comes for relaxing, you can always find a record party in full swing. 1 THE NEW MEN ' S DORM is one of the new- est dorms on campus. It was built in 1954 and houses 90 upperclassmen. The dormitory is completely modern. THE COLLEGE CLUB was erected in 1930 as a faculty apartment building. To meet the growing demand for more dormitory space on campus, it was converted into a beys ' dorm. Approximately 60 boys live in the dorm during the school year. DANNER HALL was built in 1933 under one of the first WPA programs in the United States. Danner is named for Mr. W. S. Danner, a long time member of the Arkansas State College Board of Trustees and benefactors of ASC. The dorm is the home of over 200 boys. 10 BARNHART HALL was built in 1912 and is one of the oldest buildings on campus. Tbe dormitory houses approximately 50 stu- dents. LEWIS HALL was built in 1912, soon alter the college was found- ed. Lewis is home for 45 girls. Ml WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL was erected in 1933 and is the largest girls dorm on campus. It houses 150 girls during the regular school year. Each of ASC ' s three sororities have their club- rooms in the basement of the building. THE GYMNASIUM is the scene of all home basketball games. It also serves as classrooms for courses in Health and Physical Education. THE AGRICULTURE BUILDING was built in 1938 and serves as a classroom for all agriculture majors and minors. There are approximately It) classrooms in the building. THE FINE ARTS BUILDING was built in 1919 and was re- modeled last year in order to supply students with more prac- tice and classrooms. It now has approximately 40 classrooms, of- fices, and practice rooms. 12 ■ t ' THE SCIENCE BUILDING was built in 1939. The building has approximately 50 classrooms and offices, a rifle range and a drill hall within its walls. Courses in Mathematics, Science, and engineering are taught in this building. THE HANGAR BUILDING was built in 1943 in order to teach courses in flying at Ark- ansas State. Flying has disap- peared from the curricular, but the hangar remains. It now houses the Physical Plant and serves as a dorm for football players. THE ARMORY was built last year to house the 327th AAA National Guard Battalion. The building also provides ROTC classrooms and offices. iLi THE HEALTH CENTER was built in 1912 and remodeled in 1951 and now houses a modern infirmary. THE PRESIDENT ' S HOME is a brick, colonial type home that nest- les quietly among the trees at 1903 Nettleton Road. The house is the scene of a special get acquainted party, The Presidents ' Reception, every fall. COLLEGE CIRCLE is a housing development for the faculty of Arkansas State College and their families. 411 homes in the development are modern and are located within walking distance of the campus. INDIAN Village is a hous- ing development of 50 homes set aside, by the col- lege, for married students. It was built in 1955 as a low rent development for college students. THE PRINT SHOP was originally a gym. In 1954 it became The Print Shop All college publications such as " The Herald " and " The Chief " are printed here. AND FACUL BOARD OF TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATORS FACULTY Agriculture Business Education Fine Arts Language Literature Library Science Military Science Physical Education Science Social Science r r 17 Seated- Max Powe, Pocahontas; Bill Wyatt, Blytheville. Standing— Russell Owen, Marked Tree; J. H. Smith, Birdeye; Van Smith, Tuckerman BOARD OF TRUSTEES STUDENT PERSONNEL Miss Peggy Stroud Women ' s Counselor Mr. James A. Rollins Men ' s Counselor 4Zx f t Mr. Robert Moore Dean of Students Mrs. Magnolia Taylor College Nurse Mr. Ralph Waddell Superintendent of Buildings Grounds Mr. V. L. Lassiter Plant Engineer Mr. Elmer Snyder Campus Foreman Dean James Walter Turner September 21, 1 892 - October 13, 1957 Dean J. Walter Turner came to A. S. C. as Dean of the College in 1947. He served in that capacity until 1951. From that time until his death he served as Dean of Basic Education and Extension Di- rector. Dean Turner fulfilled his obli- gations with dignity and vision dur- ing the period when Arkansas State College was beginning the great in- crease in students and faculty, which is still continuing. His wise counsel and friendly greeting will be missed by those who knew him during his service at A. S. C. In flpmrjrtam Mrs. Mabel Krick June 4, 1900 - August 25, 1957 Mrs. Mabel Krick had served since 1946 as Reference Librarian for the college. She was an efficient and conscientious member of the staff and was always ready and willing to lend a helping hand to students and faculty as they sought information from the library. Her presence will be missed, but she leaves a host of friends at A. S. C. who can never forget the dignity and charm which she radiated each day she was among us. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Mr. Robert L. Ferralasco Business Education EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT Dr. Paul Couch Head of Education 8c Psychology Department Dr. Joseph C. Taylor Secondary Education Mr. Willard Frick Psychology LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE DEPARTMENT Dr. O. F. White Head of Language 8c Literature Department Mr. Howard W. Bahr English Mr. William E. McMahon English Dr. James D. Woolf English Dr. D. F. Pasmore Modern Languages DEPARTMENT OF RADIO JOURNALISM AND PRINTING Mr. John Cramer J} Radio Mr. Leland Plunkett Head of Radio, Journalism Printing Department f Mr, Cecil Adams Printing Mr. Robert Kern Printing DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY SCIENCES Miss Dorothy Fcnton Librarian 37 Major Bruce U. Croziei Capt. Richard J. Boeckman Col. Harry B. Cooper , Jr. MILITARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Capt. Fred D. Smith Lt. Robert R. Snow Capt. Chesley D. Prichard Mr. J. A. Tomlinson Head of Physical Education Department PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Jesse L. Johnson Asst. Coacli Dr. Theodore Johnson Physical Education Mrs. Gladys McPike Women ' s Physical Education Mr. William W. Byrd Biology Mr. Marshall Matthews Mathematics Mr. Howard Baker Biology Mr. Michael M. Johnnedes Phyics THE CAMPUS 49 SENIORS CLASS OF 1958 . . . Mildred Johnston and Bob Parker Bob Parker Jim Scherman Mildred Johnston President Vice-President Secretary 50 1 9 5 8 LARRY N. ADAMS Major: Accounting Business Chili. IV a I co tt WAYNE M. ALEXANDER Major: Accounting; Vets Club, Agri Club. Wilson JIMMY M. ALLEN Major: P. E. Dyess JOE BEN ALLEN Major: Ceneral Agri. Judging Team. Pine Bluff LINDEN ALLISON Major: Bus. Adm. TK.E, Jr. Class V. P., Int. Rel. Club. Walnut Ridge MILLARD ALLISON Major: Bus. Adm. Business Club (Treas.) Walnut Ridge BONNIE A. ANDERSON Major: Elem. Educ. A.W.S., W.A.A., F.T.A. (V. P.) SHERRILL ANDERSON Major: Biology A.W.S. Brookland Cotton Plant NORMAN ARNOLD Marmaduke Major: Agri Engineering Ind. Students. Agri Club. Square Dance Club. WILLIAM ARNOTT Steelville, Mo. Major: Bus. Adm. Business Club. s E N I R S CLINTON L. BAKER Qulin, Mo. Major: Journalism Press Club; Pershing Rifles. (Exe. Off.) Herald Staff, (Co-Editor); Edited Alumni Chief. HAROLD L. BAKER Major: Social Science A licia V { DAN BARNHILL Major: Animal Hush. Band. Agri Club, Judging Team. Paragonld DONALD W. BASDEN Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Animal Husb. Agri Club, Judging Team, B.S.U. (Pres.) EARNEST R. ASHLEY Marion Major: Agri. Engineering DONALD M. BAILEY Jonesboro Major: Music Sigma Phi Epsilon, (V. P.); Mu Phi Sig. Band; Orchestra; Choir; Arkastatesmen; Woodwind Quintet; A.O. Pi Music Award (1956) ■ Who ' s Who. J EDDIE BARBER Major: Theatre TK.E; Arkastaters; Alpha Psi Omega, (Pres.) HUGH BARNES Major: P. E. P. E. Club; " A " Club; Football. Jonesboro Hayti, Mo. BUDDY BECK Maiden, Mo. Major: Chemistry Sigma Pi, BETa Beta Beta, Miter Liter, Engi. Club, Scabbard and Blade, D.M.S. ELIZABETH ANN BEDNAR Jonesboro Major: Chemistry-Biology Alpha Omicron Pi, Der Deutsche Verein, (V. P.) , Choir, Miter and Liter (V. P.), Newman Club (V. P.) 1 9 5 8 VERNON BERGMAN Mammoth Springs Major: Biolog) Veterans Club. DON BERRY Major: Biology Beta Beta Beta, Pi Gamma Mn, Golf Team. fonesboro JAMES PRESTON BLACK Major: Bus. Adm. Veterans Club, Business Club. Trumann BEULAH BOOTH Williford Major: P. E. W.A.A., l E. Club. Rifle Team, A AH PER (State Publ. Chair- man). WILLIAM M. BOOZER Major: Animal Husb. Agri Club. Paragon Id ARTHUR D. BOSCHE Major: Music Yets Club, Baud. Orchestra, Choir. Newman Club. fonesboro RUPERT DENZIL BOWERS Holly Springs, Miss. Major: Bus. Adm. Yets Club, Football. JIMMY D. BOWMAN Major: P. E. P. E. Club, Baseball, Basketball. Lake City DONALD J. BRADLEY Major: Social Science Pre-Law Club. Track. Bonn BENNY BRADSHAW Gideon, Mo. Major: Sociology Sigma I ' i, LeCercle Francois. Pre-Law Club. Business Club, " A " Club. Track. s E N I R S CARL W. BREZNIK Major: Bus. Adm. Pi Kappa Alpha, Acct. Club, Business Club. Paragon Id GUY BRINKLEY Turrell Major: Political Science Le Cercle Francois. Pre-Law Club. Square Dance Club (V. P.) B.S.U. LLOYD L. BROWN, JR. Ennis, Texas Major: Journalism Inde. Stud.. Press Club, B.S.U. . Herald Staff. Indian Staff. KASU-FM Staff. Ninety-One Nine Club. JOHN W. BROWNING, JR. Lepanto Major; Gen. Agri. Pi Kappa Alpha (Pres.), Arkastaters, S.G.A., Freshman Class Pres., Pre-Law Club (Pres.) , Agri Club. Scabbard and Blade. Indian Staff (Editor),- Who ' s Who. PATRICIA D. BURDEN N. Little Rock Major: Performance (Piano) Choir, Opera Workshop. JIMMY B. CALLENS Steele, Mo. Major: Social Science HERSCHEL BRYANT Major: P. E. P. E. Club. Beech Grove JAMES G. BUFFI NGTON Newport Major: Biology Sigma Pi (Pres.). Arkastaters, S.G.A. (Sr. Rep.), Beta Beta Beta. Her Deutsche Verein, (Treas.), Miter Liter (Pres.) . Who ' s Who. 1 - W ALVA H. CAPERTON Hollandale, Mo. Major: Mathematics Beta Beta Beta. WAYNE CASTLEBERRY Major: Biology TKE, Choir. Arkastatesmen. Tuche) man 1 HOWARD L. CISSELL Wilson Major: P. E. Pi Kappa Alpha (V. P.). P. E. Club, " A " Club, Football, Track. JOHN M. CLARK Trumann Major: Bus. Adm. ( II 1 7 t 5 ERNEST COOK, JR. Major: Bus. Adm. riv Club, Business Club. Little Rock JERRY W. COOPER Major: Agri. Edu. Agri Club, F. F.A. (Treas.) . B.S.U. Rector 8 WILLIAM L. GRAIN Major: Bus. Adm. Business Club. Brook land CHESTER CRAVENS Major: AgTi Education Vets Club, Agri Club (Rep.) F.F.A. Dexter, Mo. FRED H. COLE Agri Club, F.F.A. Newbern, Tennessee Major: Voc. Vgri WILLIAM D. COLLARD Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Biology Beta Beta Beta (Hist.) , Pi Gamma Mu, Le Cercle Francois. Band. Miter Liter. Wesley Found.. Woodwind Choir. NMD Council. I i JOAN COOPER Jonesboro Major: Bus. Adm. l ' i Camma Mu, Business Club. CAROL ANN COPELAND Jonesboro Major: Music Alpha Gamma Delta (2nd V. P.), A.W.S. Choir, W.A.A., Who ' s Who. s E N I R S Hi s E N I HAROLD D. DAVIS Walnut Ridge Major: Economics Vets Club (Pres.) LARRY DAVIS Walnut Ridge Major: Animal Husl). TKE, S.G.A., (Soph. Rep.), Agri Club Judging Team, Block Bridle, Commons Dorm Council (Pres.) LELAND CROOK Major: Bus. Adm. Sigma Pi, Business Club. Hot Springs PAT CROSS Egypt Major: Business Educ. Alpha Gamma Delta (Pres.), A.W.S. (V. P.), Sec. Treas. Soph. Class, Pi Omega Pi, W.A.A. (Pres.), Panhellenic Council (V. P.) WND (Pres.), Dramatics, Who ' s Who. WALLACE DILLARD Major: Bus. Adm. Business Club. T rum ant i s " JOHN P. DUNN Major: Bus. Educ. Pi Omega Pi (Pres.) , F.T.A. Bradford DAVID DUVALL Memphis, Tenn Major: Radio Journalism Sigma Phi Epsilon, Press Club, Herald Staff, KASU-FM Staff. CARL T. DOHERTY Major: Social Sci ence Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club. Arbyrd, Mo. VERNON L. EAGAN Major: Voc. Agri. Agri Club, F.F.A. (Reporter Ad.) Straxoberry 7 J 1 PHILIP M. EASLEY Major: Chemistry Scabbard and Blade (Treas.) Jonesboro 9 5 8 PHARIS D. EDWARDS Major: Biology Choir, rkastatesmen. Piggott CLETIS ELLINGHOUSK Piedmont, Mo. Major: Journalism Press Club, Graphic Arts Club (Sec), Le Cerrle Francois. Herald Staff. Holland, Mo. MONDA LEE FARMER Major: P. E. W.A.A., P. E. Club, Square Dance Club, B.S.U. MACON D. FAULKNER Beech Grove Major: Agri. Engineering Vets Club (Board of Gov.), Engineers Club. GLENN FOOKS Major: Biology fade. Students. Square Dance Club. Imboden FRANCIS FAYE FRANKS Mountain View Major: Social Science A.W.S. (Treas.) , Social Science Club. W.A.A.. Square Dance Club (Treas.). B.S.U. ROBERT .D. ELLINGTON Portagevtlle, Mo. Major: History Sigma Phi Epsilon. FRANK FARELLA Brooklyn, N. Y. Major: Bus. Adm. Scabbard Blade. " A " Club, Newman Club, Football (Captain) BILLY JOE FELTY Major: Agri. Engineering Agri Club. DONALD O. FLETCHER Major: Business Stanford Paragon Id s E N I R S s E N I s PATRICIA ANN FREEMAN Major: Fine Arts Le Cercle Francois Wei tier BOBBY R. FRENCH Major; Accounting Accounting Club. Wei net CHARLES FRIZZELL Major: Gen. Agriculture Agri Club, Judging Team. Star City NICKEY GOATCHER Major: Business 1 ' i Kappa Alpha, Business Club ' . Batesville WAV A FRANKS Oak Grove Major: F.leni. Educ. A.W.S., Social Sci. Club, Int. Rel. Club, F.T.A., Pershing Rifles (Sweetheart) , Women ' s Rifle Team. DONALD FREEMAN Major: Bus. Adm. Vets Club, Accounting Club. Bus. Club, Baseball Martnaduhe , ... V EDDIE FRENCH Major: liiolog) Yels Club, Square Dance Club. Weiner THOMAS FRENCH Major: Agriculture Yds Club (Pres.), Agri Club, Who ' s Who. Rector BOBBY R. GOODMAN Major: Business Adm. Business Cluh, Baseball. SANDRA G. GOWEN Major: Klein. F.duc. V.W.S.. I I. A. Caraway Corninn 1 LEON GRASSMYER Lewistown, Pa. Major: Social Science Vrkastaters, Social Sci. Club, Scabbard ' (V. P.), " A " Club, N ewman Club, Football. [AMES STANLEY GRAY Major: Bus. Adm. Business Club. Lynn rv 5 WILLIE M. GREEN Mammoth Spring Major: Agri. Keltic. Vets Club. Agri Club, F.F.A. MALCOLM LYNN GREENO Major: Bus Adm hu kcl ( lub. Delaplaine 8 I 1 7 ROBIN HAGAMAN Stuttgart Major: Accounting IKK (Pres.). Vccounting Club. Int. Rcl Club, B.S.U., I.F.C. l Chairman). RAY HALBERT Forrest City Major: Animal Hush Indc. Stud.. Agri Club, (V. P.), F.F.A.. fudging Team. Block and Bridle I Pres.) . Pershing Rifles OMA N. GRAY fonesboro Major: Social Science Soc. Sci. Club, W.A.A., Int. Rel. Club, F.T.A.. Herald Staff. J. W. GREEN Oil Trough Major: Vccounting Pi Kappa Alpha, hide. Stud.. Arkastaters (V. P.), S.G.A. (Fr. Rep.). Accounting Club, Business Club, Square Dance Club. B.S.II. NEAL GREGORY Major: Vocational Agri. sigm.i Phi Epsilon, Agri Club, Judging Team. LAC E. GRIFFITH Major: Accounting Pi Gamma Mu, Accounting Club. Pocahontas Bay s E N I R S s E N I R S HELEN ANN HALE Nettletoti Major: Bus. Adm. Phi Mu, Choir. Arkettes, Business Cluh, Wesley Foundation. BONNIE J. HALK Major: Elem. F.duc. ELLIS HALL, JR. Major: Business Jonesboro JAMES R. HALL Lake City Major: Business Adm. t DONALD H. HARDIN Arbyrd, Mo. Major; Social Science Social Science Club, F.T.A. ROBERT E. HARDIN Major: Agronomy Agri Club. Newport THOMAS R. HALL Mijnr Biclog) CLEATUS HANCE Major: Bus. Adm. Vets Club, Business Club. Conway Delaplaine Marshall » I Hfa BILLY JACK HARRISON Major: Sociology Sociology Club. Cash [ESSE B. HARVEY Major: Chemistry Dixie CHARLES HARVILL Major: Agri. EdUC. Agri Club. F.F.A. Stanford JERALD DEE HAUN Major: Accounting I ' i Gamma Mu, Acct. Club, Business C ' .lul V MARVIN C. H1GG IN BOTTOM Major: l». E. I ' . E. Club, S(|uare Dance Club. Williford JACK HIGCINS Major: Bus. Vdm. I ' i Gamma Mu. Business Club Dixie JACKIE DALE HOLIFIELD Major: Vocational Agri. gri Club, F.F.A., Rifle Team. Oak Grove MARY NELL HOLT Major: Klem. Fduc. F.T.A. Manila CLAUDINI HAWKINS Major: Chemistry Square Dance Club. B.S.U. | AMKS F. HERNDON Major: Biologs rKK. I.c Cercle Francois. Harrisburg Leachville JERRY E. HICCINS Trurnann Major: Radio Journalism Press Club, Herald Staff. KVRON H. HOGUE Bragg City, Mo. Major: Bus. Adm. Bast-ball JIMMY D. HUNT Major: B.A Pre-Law Club. Business Club. BOB G. ISHMAEL Major: 15. A. Vets Club. Business C ' .lul). I one. sboro Jonesboro GRETCHEN HORTON Pontine, Mich. Major: Sociology A.W.S., Social Sci. Club, Int. Rcl. Club, Newman Club, Sociology Club. FRANK HUCKABA, JR. Oil Trough Major: Accounting Pi Kappa Alpha, Inde. Stud. (Pres.) . Arkastaters, Pre-Law Club. Vccounting Club, Business Club, B.S.U., Herald Staff. MARLIN D. JACKSON Major: Agri. Educ. Agri Club (V. P.), F.F.A. (Pres.) . Wesley Foundation. Dixie Him 1 WILLIAM D. JACOBS Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Sociology Vets Club, Choir. Arkastatesinen, Wesley Foundation. ROBERT E. JACKSON Davison, Mich. Major: Bus. Educ. LELAND R. JAGGERS Major: B.A. Pre-Law Club. Acct. Club, Business Club. Piggotl J HARRIE LEIGH JENNINGS Major: Elem. Educ. Phi Mu, W.A.A., F.T.A.. Square Dance Club. Marmaduhe WILLIAM A. JENNINGS Marked Tree Major: Gen. Agri. Pi Kappa Alpha. (V. P.). Agri Club. Block Bridle (Reporter). 1 9 5 BOBBY JETTON Paragould Major: Social Studies Wis Club, F.T.A., Commons Student Council (Treas.). DARRELL E. JOHNSON Kennett, Mo. Major: Accounting Vets Club (Sec). Pre-Law Club (V. P.), Accounting Club (Re porter). 1 9 V MILDRED ANN JOHNSTON Manila Major: Voice Phi Mu il ' res.). Sr. Class Sec, Choir. W.A.A., Arkettes. MENC, Panhellenic Council (Pres.), Who ' s Who. OTTOLEINE JONES Major: Music Kappa Delia Pi. Band. Choir. B.S.U. Weiner I GERALD A. JOHNSON Major: Agri. Edu Vg) i Club, Judging I cam. Recto) JAMES VV. JOHNSTON Major: Accounting Accounting Club, Maynard s E N I R 8 NOAH A. KEE Major: B.A. Hand. Ark. Intercollegiate Band. O ' NEAL V. KELLIM Major: B.A Business Club VERNON JONES Accounting Club. oxie Major: Accounting RONAL P. KAISER Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: Journalism Press Club, Herald Staff. fonesboro Walnut Ridge s WILLIAM KENDRICK Oil Trough Major: Accounting Inde. Stud., Accounting Club, Bus. Club, Scabbard Blade (Sec), Wesley Foundation. THOMAS D. KENNEDY Alma Major: Theatre Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sec). Alpha Psi Omega, Kappa Pi, Der Deutsche Verein. Int. Rel. Club. MILLER KING IKE. Jonesboro Major: Math KENNETH KINMAN Newport Major: Sociology Vets Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Le Cercle Francois, Soc. Sci. Club, Int. Rel. Club, Canterbury Club (Pres.), Sociology Club. ROSE KINMAN Trumann Major: Elem. Educ. Alpha Omicron Pi (Pres.) , A.W.S., W.A.A., F.T.A., All Greek Council (Sec.) Panhellenic (Sec-Treas.). KENNETH KNIGHT Evansville, Ind. Major: P.E. Pi Kappa Alpha. P. E. Club, " A " Club, Basketball. ALEXANDER KOPIEGKI Biala Podlaska, Poland Major: Chemistry MUREL D. LASLEY Major: Elem. Educ. Le Cercle Francois, F.T.A. Childress A fa TOM E. LAUGHLIN Crenshaw, Miss. Major: B.A. Vets Club. Basketball. JAMES M. LAWSON Madison, Wis. Major: B.A. Vets Club, Business Club. 1 9 5 8 JAMES H. LEA Lepanto Major: Gen. Agri. Agri Club. SHELBA JEAN LEA Lepanto Major: Bus. Educ. V.W.S., Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Omega Pi (V. P.), W.A.A., Business Club. ■A 4 { I HERBERT E. LIGHT Major: B.A. Hoxie SAMMY W. LINGO Hoxie Major: B.A. Veterans Club. SYLVIA LOGAN Pleasant Grove Major: Bus. Educ. I ' i Omega W.A.A., F.T.A., Square Dance Club. B.S.U. McCOY NEAL LONDON Major: Accounting Business Club. Scabbard and Blade. Grubbs r BILLY GENE LEW IS Major: B.A. Pi (.annua Mu. Business Club. Man la JAMES P. LEWIS Jonesboro Major: English Arkastaters, Le Cercle Francois, B.S.U. (V. P.), Ministerial A I liance (Sec. Treas.), State B.S.l ' .. Directional Chairman. EARL LITTLETON Major: Biolog) ' T-r m Virginia Beach, Va. NEGHIA LOCKYVOOD Major: Elementary Educ. T rumann s E N I ? R S LEWIS DONALD LYNN Major: B.A. Inde. Studs., Bus. Club, B.S.U. Heche A i- BENNY JOE McATEE Gideon, Mo. Major: Vocat. Agri. Sigma I ' i. Agri Club. F.F.A.. Judging Team, Newman Club. [EANETTE McCASKILL Cardwell, Mo. Major: journalism hress C:iub, Baud. Choir. Herald Staff, KASU— FM Staff, Ninety- One Nine Club. GARNET McDANIEL Paragould Major: Animal Hush. i ii ( Inl). Block Bridle. (Treas.), Square Dance Club. EI THER P. McEUEN, Jr. Major: Math Engineers Club, 1.1 . .. B.S.U. LARRY E. MAHON Major: Biolog) McRae Valley View ALFRED MAROTTI Major: Pol. Science Sigma l ' i. Le Cercle Francois, Pre-Law Club. Crawfordsville RONALD D. MASSON Training, Mich. Major: Vocational Agri. gri Club. F.F.A.. Scabbard Blade. B.S.U. CHARLES E. M A I 1 IX Major: B.A. Business ( lul . Valley View SARAH JANE MATTIX fonesboro Major: Musi Educ. Vlpha Omicron I ' i. Band, Orchestra, Singers Woodwind En- semble, MENC. JAMES L. MILES Major: Accounting Business Club, Scabbard Blade, Drill Team. Manila KATHRYN S. M1N1CK Major: Elementary Educ. Nettleton DOUGLAS E. MOORE Marked Tree Major: Agri. Educ. Sigma Phi Epsilon, S.G.A. (V. I ' .). Agri Club (Pres.). F.F.A.. Scabbard Blade. Drill Team. Who ' s Who JOHN E. MOORE Cornine. Major: Agri. Educ. Agri Club (Sec.), F.F.A. r JOHN B. MAY Major: B.A. Business (.lull, Pershing Rilles. 1 i ill I cam. IlilfS Harrisburg RUSTY MAY Major: Social Science Social Science Club, Int. Rel. Club, F.T.A.. B.S.I ' Osceola S ELBERT M EEC HELL, JR. Major: B.A. Pi K.i|)|).i Alpha i 1 reas.) . Business Club. Sale m BENNY 1). MOORE Major: B.A. Vets Club, Business Club. Square Dante Club. Hoxie GILBERT L. MORRIS North Little Rack Major: English B.S.I ., Ministerial Alliance. HOMER S. MOSS Major: Vocational Agri. Agri Club. FFA. Manila DONNA SUE NEVVSOM Major: Music Educ. Band. Choir. F.T.A. (Rep.). B.S.U. Leachville FRANK NOEL, JR. Major: Accounting Paragould TALMADGE O. NUGENT Major: Accounting Vets Club, Business Club. B.S.U. VERNA C. NUTT Major: Elementary Edue. Bald Knob Nettleton HUBERT JEFFREY O ' CONNOR N. Y. City, N. Y. Major: B.A. Vets Club, Business Club. CHARLES D. OLDHAM Major: B.A. Business Club. Hoxie MELVA ORTCUTTER Major: Elementary Educ. F.T.A. , B.S.U. GEORGE W. OSBORN Major: B.A. TKEs. (Treas.) , Business Club, Newman Club. Oak Grove Jonesboro 1 9 5 8 SONNY PARK Marvell Major: B.A. S.G.A. (Pres.), Jr. Class Pres.. TKE Acct. Club, Business Club B.S.U.. Who ' s Who. JEAN BELL PARK Gideon Major: Elemental - ) Educ. Phi Mu. A.W.S., Le Cercle Francois, Home Ec Club | I reas I, Choir. W.A.A., F.T.A., Honorary Cadet I.t. Col., Annual Favorit LEONARD PASIERB Major: Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Newman Club. Football New Kensington, Pa. FRED RAY PATTY Doniphan, Mo. Major: Social Science JIM PETROFF Major: P. E. Gary, Intl. P. E. Club. Square Dance Club. " A " Club, Wesley Foundation. Football. CAROLYN ANN PETTYJOHN Hardy Major: Bus. Educ. Inde. Stud. (Sec), Arkastater (Treas.), A.W.S., Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Omega Pi, (Sec.) , W.A.A.. F.T.A.. Square Dance Club. (Sec.) . Rifle Team. Who ' s Who. MARY JO PARK! R Campbell, Mo. Majoi: English Alpha Gamma Delta. A.W.S., Kappa Delta Pi (Sec), Le Cercle Francois. W.A.A., F.T.A., B.S.U., Dorm Council (V. P.). Annual Favoi ite. ROBERT A. PARKER Holcomb, Mo. Major: B.A. Pi Kappa Alpha, S.G.A. , Fr. Class V. P.. Soph. Class Pres., Sr. Class Pres., Business Club. P. E. Club. " A " Club. BSC. Basket- ball. Track, W ho ' s Who BILLY E. PEASE Major: Politic ,i i Scienci ROBERT N. PENNINGTON Major: B.A. Vets Club (Board of Gov.). Bus. Club. Hope Maiden. Mo. s E N I R S s E N I R S MARILYNN R. PICKLER Jonesboro Major: Music Education Alpha (.annua Delta. A.W.S., Choir. B.S.U., Arkcttes, Choral Union. 1 ROGER PICKLER Major: Biology I KE, Beta Beta Beta. Miter Liter. Park))] DELPHARD LEE POPE Major: Vocational Agri. rkastatesmen. Clover Bend HILLY MAX POWELL Rochester, Mich. Major: B.A. Sigma Pi (Pres.). 9 V FRANCES L. PRATT Major: Biology Pocahontas [EMMY R. PUCKETT Major: B.A. Caraway Business Club. JACKIE G. PYLANT Childress Major: Biology (B.S.E.) Vets Club (Hist.) , S.G.A., Jr. Rep. Beta Beta Beta, Int. Rel. Club. WILLIAM A. RAMSEY Major: Social Science Social Sci. Club, P. E. Club, Square Dance Club. Melbourne J Chicago, III. JAMES W. REINDL Major: Soc. Sci. Vets Club, Pre-Law Club, Social Sci. Club, Newman Club MARILYN ANN RENG Jonesboro Major: Biology Alpha Omicron Pi (Pres.), Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, Who ' s Who, Arkastaters (Rep.) , A.W.S., Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi. Band, Choir, W.A.A., F.T.A., Wesley Found., Indian Staff. Editor. Outstanding Soph. Girl, Homecoming Maid, Annual Favorite. Panhellenic (Pres.). 1 GIFFORD REYNOLDS Major: l». K. - " Club. Baseball. Myrtle, Mo. TROY RHOADES Major: Sociology Sigma I ' i. Der Deutsche Verein (V. P.). Steele, Mo. 9 1 177 v DON ROACH 5 Major: Chemistn Valley View RAYMOND ROBAK Hammond. Ind. Major: Political Science Pre-Law Club, Scabbard 8c Blade. " A " Club. Newman Club (Pres.) . Football. 8 DONALD R. ROBERTS Ma jor: Bus. Educ . Business Club. F. I .A. (Hist). Maynard JAMES H. ROBERTS Major: B.A. Yets Club. Business Club, Square Dance Club Tl iimmni K.ATY PA I RICHARDSON II eina Ma joi : I- lementa i Education Arkastaters (Sec). A.W.S., Kappa Delia Pi (Pres.), Pi Gamma Mu (Rep.). W.A.A., F.I .A. (Pres.). B.S.U., Who ' s Who. ELTON DALE RICKMAN Senath, Mo. Major: Elementary Education F.T.A., Herald Stall. GEORGE V. ROBERSON Major: Chemistry Beta Beta Beta (V. P.). Miter Liter. Jonesboro CARL E. ROBERTS Poplar Bluff, Mo. Major: B.A. Pi Kappa Alpha, " A " Club. Track. s E N I R S s E N I R S Mil— I EDDIE ROMEO Brooklyn, N. Y Major: P. E. P. E. Club. " A " Club. Newman Club. Football, Track. EDWARD C. SANSOM Major: Sociology Sociology Club. Jonesboro FRANCES JAMES SCHERMAN Conway Major: Radio Journalism Senior Class Rep., Press Club. Scabbard and Blade. " A " Club, Football. Track. Herald Staff. HARRY T. SCHOLES Major: P. E. Vets Club. P. E. Club. Maiden, Mo. CARMAN B. ROBINSON Jonesboro Major: Accounting Pi Kappa Alpha, Le Cercle Francois, Business Club, (Pres.). Cheerleader. VICTOR B. RODDY Doniphan, Mo. Major: Agri. Educ. F.F.A. ' X SHIRLEY M. SCHAEFER N. Little Rock Major: Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, F.T.A., B.S.U. | EMMIE SC HALES Major: Agri. Yets Club. Agri Club, F.F.A. , Judging Team. Ash Flat ROBERT SCHRIVER Dedharn, Mass. Major: Printing IKE (Pledge Master), Graphic Arts Club, Choir, Arkastatesmen. m ANDREW G. SCHUG Major: Gen. Agri. Agri Club, Baseball. Dixie JOHNY W. SCONCE Eminence, Mo. Major: Sociolog) Sot. Sci. Club. B.S.U., Ministerial Alliance. Sociology Club TOM SHANNON Muncie, Ind. Ma jor: So( ial St Len e Sigma l ' i (Hist.). Pre-Law Club. Social Science Club. Int. Rel Club, 1 I . .. l.F.C. BLANCHE J. SHRIDE Pocahontas Major: Bus. Edu . Kappa Delta Pi, l ' i Omega Pi, F. I .A. (Hist.). B.S.U. (Social Chairman). JOE WAYNE SHRUM Major: R. E. P. E. Club. Paragould EARL J. SMITH Yets Club. Engineers Club. Major: P. E. Paragould EDWARD SMITH Maiden, Mo. Major: Accounting Sigma l ' i. Business Club. Scabbard Blade. JIMMY J. SH ELTON Neelyville, Mo. Major: Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon (Com]).). Vccouuting Club, JOHNNY E. SHIELDS Walnut Ridge Major: Radio Journalism Press lull, 1 c ( ch le Francois, Herald Staff. JANE SISLER Major: Chemistr) V.W.S., Miter and Liter Club Tyronza RONALD SLAYTON Pocahontas Major: B. V. Vets Club (Board of Gov.), Pre-Law Club (Treas.), Business Club, (Y. P.) . JAMES L. SMITH Bragg City, Mo. Major: Chemistry Miter and Liter. RAYMOND SMITH Fennville, Mich. Major: P. E. P. E. Club, Newman Club, Football, Track. CHARLES W. SNYDER Major: B.A. Vets Club, Business Club. i i Jonesboro RAY SOUTH Agri Club. Major: Agri. Education Lake City BOBBY G. SPIKES Major: Vocational Agri. Agri Club, F.F.A., Rifle Team. Monette JIM STALLINGS Rector Major: Agri. Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon (Pres.), Inde. Stud., ASC Band, Agri Club. Scabbard Blade. CLEATUS S. STANFILL Maynard Major: Radio Journalism Press Club, KASU-FM Staff, Ninety-One Nine Club. JIMMY C. STATLER Egypt Major: Vocational Agri. Sigma Pi, Agri Club, F.F.A., Scabbard Blade. I GEORGE N. STEPHENS Major: Economics TKE, Bus. Club, Newman Club. Jonesboro SHIRL D. STRAUSER Dexter, Mo. Major: Accounting Vets Club, Bus. Club. EMANUEL A. TARVER Major: Agri. Education McC.oi iiik I; BILLY R. TAYLOR Newport Major: B.A. Vets Club, Arkastaters, Pre-Law Club, Bus. Club (Pres.), Int. Rel. Club. V. RUSSELL THOMASON Major: B.A. Sigma I ' i (Sec). Newman Club. Osceola CHARLES J. THORNTON Jonesboru Major: Journalism TKE (Pres.). Class Office (Sec. Rep.), Soc. Sci. Club, Herald Staff (Sports Ed.). Indian Staff (Bus. Mgr.) , Who ' s Who. BONNIE J. TI DWELL Deering, Missouri Major: Elementary Education Inde. Stud.. Band. WAA, FT A. Sruiarc Dance Club, Rifle ream, BSC. CHARLES TRANTHAM Walnut Ridge Major: So ial S ien e Maiden, Mo. I ' Al ' L R. TELKER Major: Social Science Vets Club, Agri Club. Soc. Sci. Club. Wesley Foundation. BILLY JOE THOMAS Pine Bluff Major: Journalism Inde. Stud., Vets Club (Board of Gov.) . Press Club (Pres.) . Bus Club, Herald Staff (Editor), Debate Team. JACK R. THORPE Slaksdale, Miss. Major: P. E. Pi Kappa Alpha, SGA, Fr. Rep., P. E. Club, (V. P.) . ERNEST LEE TIBBS Major: B.A. Inde. Stud., Business Club, Drill Team. Han isburg JESSIE W. TRANTHAM Major: B.A. Business Club. Del! BARNEY LEE TRAVIS Major: Elementary Education Vets Club, FTA (Treas.), Wesley Foundation. Inwoden L. JOE UNDERWOOD Bragg City, Mo. Major: 1 ' . E. Sigma Pi, P. E. Club. Baseball (Mgr.). MELVIN DON UNDERWOOD Major: Animal Husbandry Agri Club, Judging Team, Block Bridle. Bay JOE T. WALLS Beta Beta Beta (Pres.) . Major: Biology Jonesboro JERRY E. WALTERS Paragould Major: Acct. Vets Club, Le Cercle Francois, Bus. Club, Square Dance Club, BSU. 1[ 1 B. J. VOGEL Business Club. Major: B.A. West Memphis FRED O. WAGNER Major: Biology Pi Kappa Alpha, Inde. Stud.. Vets Club, Baseball. Manila JESSE O. WARD Major: B.A. Portageville, Mo. MELVIN E. WARD Major: Vocational Agri. Agri Club F.F.A. (Sentinal). Greemvay LEIGHTON F. WARE Major: Agri. Education Vgri Club, Judging Team. M i iiiln CHESTER L. WARNICK Major: It. A Business Club. Clove) Bend i jack. 1.. WELCH Major: Biology 1 KE, Arkastaters, Miter 8c [.iter. B.S.U. Jonesbori JAMES F. WENNING Major: B.A. Paragould A. DAVID WILBANKS Reiser Major: Biology Pi Kappa Alpha (Ties.), Arkastaters, Beta Beta Beta, " A " Club, Football, Track, All deck Council, IFC, Who ' s Who. PEGGY BENNETT WILBANKS Dexter, Mo. Major: Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta (V. I ' .). S.G.A.. (2 V. I ' .). A.W.S.. W.A.A.. F.T.A.. ll Creek Council, I ' anhcllenic. DON W. WATSON Melbourne Ma jor: Vo( ationa I Agri Agri Club, F.F.A. K. W. WEBB McCormick Ma jm : Vo ational gi i Agri Club, F.F.A. JOHN P. WHIDDEN Jonesboro Major: Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Le Cercle Francois, Band. Choir, Arkastatesmcn, Miter Liter Club, Wesley Foundation, Indian Staff. EUGENE F. WIDMER Major: Agri. Engineering Agri Club. Paragould EARL J. WILCOX Major: English Paragould JAMES L. WILES Beehe Major: Chemistry Soc. Sci. Club. Miter Liter Club. Square Dance Club. R.S.U. CHARLES R. WILLCUT Major: 15. A. Vets Club, Bus. Club. P. E. Club. Clarkton, Mo. ESTHER E. WILLIAMS Jonesboro Major: B.A. A.W.S., Pi Gamma Mu. Der Deutsche Verein (Rep.). Le Cercle Francois, Bus. Club. ROBERT N. WILLIAMSON Major: Histon HAROLD N. WILLMUTH Major: Biolog) Bi r zers Strawberry MARGRHEA A. WILLMUTH Emboden Major: Elementary Education ARTHUR B. WILSON Major: Social Scienic- Beta Beta Beta, Pre-Law Club. (Sec). Soc. Sci. Club. Monette JAMES L. WILSON Major: Social Science Le Cercle Francois. Ministerial Alliance (Pres.). Jonesboro GERALD T. WILSON Jonesboro Major: Biology Vets Club. Beta Beta Beta. Le Cercle Francois. Band, Debate Team. 1 9 5 8 |AMES F. W1LTHONG Major: P. E. I». E. Club. Paragonld JAMES E. WIMBERLY Jackson, Tenn. Major: Agri. Engineering Vets Club, (Sec). S.G.A. (Sr. Rep). Agri Club. Engineers Club. Square Dance Club. JAMES F. WOOD Major: B.A. Jonesboro ets Club. JOHN ' EARL WORLOW Major: Agronomy Agri Club. F.F.A. Hoxie ROBERT YATES Wilson Major: B.A. Yets Club (V. 1 ' .). I ' i Gamma Mu (Pres.). Pre-Law C ' I n I Choir. Arkastatesmen, Business Club. Int. Rel. Club. VIRGINIA C. WINELAND Paragould Major: Elementary Education Phi Mu. A. U.S.. Hand. Soc. Sci. Club. W.A.A., F.T.A., (Pres.). Square Dance Club, Off-Campus Club, Wesley Foundation. BILLY W. WOOD Major: Vo ational Agri. Agri Club, F.F.A. , Intramural Football, Basketball. Paragon Id BEULAH E. WYATT Chicago, III. Major: Elementary Education W ILEY DALE YARBROUGH Trumann Major: Chemistry Sigma Phi Epsilon (Marshall), Le Cerclc Francois, Miter l iter Club. s E N I R S Benny Pulliam President Bill Barger . Vice-President Elwanda Thomas Secretary Molly Graham Reporter JUNIORS I ' ctcr Abbott lilytheville John Adams Lynn Pal Ahlf Rectoi William Uexander Pollard George Amos Kissimmee, Flu. Elizabeth Armstrong Jonesboro Samuel Asbl Portageville, . h . Gordon Atchison Pavasould I) 1 Bade) William Baile Virginia Baker Curtis Ball lilytheville Ravenden Springs Walnut Ridge Pot ■ (lllOtllllS Bill Barger Searcy Charles Barker . Wappapello, Mo. Charles Barnhill Paragould Floyd Barnhill Jonesboro Albert Batten Paragould Bobl Bennett Jonesboro Phyllis Bennett Jonesboro Wyman Bennetl Gideon, Mo. Ri k Benson Walnut Ridgt Michael Berr) fonesborc Robert Bet bell Des An Man Vnn Bettis Williford Wallace Biddle Bay James Billings Wynne |err Bishop Recto) Cat Bishop Rertoi |en Blackwood Senath. Mo. (eannine Block State College Darrcll Blocker L I.eachville Carolyn Bookout —Caruthersville, Mo. Van Douglas Booth Haxl James Bradbern Manila C:harlcs Br amlett - M ew pli is , lean. Joel Breeding Clarendon JUNIORS 3 L. r Hum, r n e- John Broadway Jonesboro Billy Brown LeachviUe Tommy Brown McCro?v Vance A. Brown Jonesboro Vernon Brown Manila James Bruckner Harrisburg Glenn Brydon Arbyrd, Mo. Robert A. Burford Hot Springs Bill Burkhammer Paragould David Burkhead lilytheville Thomas Butcher Helena Charles Butler Little Rorl Janice Button Paragould Phyllis Campbell . Walnut Ridge Jackie D. Catt Knobel Charles R. Caery Manila Robert L. Calentine Athens, Ohio I ' rintis Cartee Hayti, Mo. R. C. Casey Ash Flat Conley L. Christenberry Cave City Kenneth R. Clark Poplar Bluff, Mo. Eugene T. Clayton . Wardell, Mo. Damon demons Jonesboro Harold demons Jonesboro Carol Clever Jonesboro Oliver Coppedge lilytheville Freda K. Cossey Jonesboro Ray Crews Holland, Mo. Clenda Crittendon Pocahontas Roy Lee Croom : Jonesboro James Crosthwait Osceola Larry E. Crum Aibyid, Mo. Brooks B. Culver Pocahontas Bill Curzon Jonesboro E. T. Daniels Jonesboro James Danlev Jonesboro hi JUNIORS Harold Davis Lillian . Davis Polly Deer ■Ortcst City Bay —Blytheville Frankie H. DeFries Monettc Maurine Dol)l)s Manila Rebecca Jo Dodd C.aruthersville, Mo. Brycc Dollins Parasould Charles Drye James DuRus Joiiesboro Donald Duckworth Mack Rock Gerald Wayne Dudley Weinei Donald Dunn Osceola Peggy Sue Dunn Paragould Jimm H. Durham . Wilson Nolan F.ckler Newport Ellen C. Edgar Lake City Faith Flder |ohn 11. Elders Walnut Ridge William F. Erwin . Whitehaven, Tenn. Robert J. Eskridge Walnut Ridge Virginia Ann Falk Nettleton Louise Falls Harrisburg Sharon Faulkner Osceola Douglas Fender : Walnut Ridge Jim Ferguson Ash Flat Robert Fielder Jonesboro Jane Files Hunter Tommy Finch Jonesboro Sonny Ford : O ' Kean Roy Foreman Jonesboro Nola Ann Forester Alton, Mo. Rufus Fowler Maiden, Mo. Barbara Ann Franklin Steele, Mo. Jerry Frankum Blytheville Donald J. Freppon Raid Knob Richard J. Fromni Letvistoxen, Pa. JUNIORS ft 9 Elwayne Ft) .Cardwell, Mo. Phyllis Futrell Jonesboro Henry 15. Garner Williford limmie L. Garner Tiuiinnni p r c [une Garner ( ;i 1 in George Hale Gibbs J. W. Gibbs • | J Pi Jo Ella Gibbs William L. G Henn Ginger ferry Girtmai ■ II i 1 - , Gerald Glasco Cecil Goings Rosalie Gorha William D. ( B i 1 m 1 ■ I L 1 A " " ST 4 €41 Myth evil le Lake City ' c City I l))l( ' .SI)( ) I) City Osceola . Williford .Mack Oak Mien Crate Jonesboro John P. Graham Ligonier, Pa. Molly Graham Newport Bob Gray Memphis, Temr. l5ol)h (.. (.reen Trough Marilyn Griffin Otxuell Jimmy Grooms liatesville Henry Gschwencl Pocahontas Laura jean Gurley Caraway Donald Hagan ...Roland Jerry Halsell Mytheville ferry Hamilton Paragould Polly Handle) . Gideon, Mo. Billy Harris . ..Poplai Muff, Mo. Ernest Hart ■ Knobel vlargaret Hart . Manila Yvonne Hartley —Arbyrd, Mo. Bobby Haun Jonesboro Bobby G. Hayes North Little Rock Franklin Haygood Hazen JINK) IIS (err) V Haynes R. Donald Hindman Richard 1 1 i | | l ulcs W. Hiveh Jonesboro Brookland —.Blytheville Kennett, Mo. Wayne Hodges Jonesboro Calvin Hoggard Jonesboro 1 1 in I . Horrell Hardy [carl F. Howard Paragould Deri Mack Howe Paragould Don Hnckahee Delaplaine Don Leroy Hnfstedler Alton, Mo Billy Hunt ragg City Bennett K. Huss Don. ild Raj [ames George E. James I in a ( harlotte |ames Lam James Searcy Robert W. James Datto Ronald |ames Pocahontas Cecil Jernigan Portageville Howard l (ones —Harwell, Mo. Maurice Jones Walnut Ridge [on Keller Jonesboro Carolyn [o Kelley Star City Walter Kersh Webb, Miss. C. Roland King Searcy Kenneth F. King Rectoi (.lines Kinkade Lake City II. Randall Laq Maldm. Mo. David LaGorc Jonesboro Lloyd Langford Jonesboro Ruh R. Lanier Joiner [acqtieb n Layton Pine Bluff Man Frances Lee Paragould Bobh) Lege Cherry Valley Jem 1). Lincoln Jonesboro mxm 3k w m i 1 p if 4 ■ - JUNIORS Ruth Lindley Jonesboro Alfred Lindsey Trumann James Lovell Earle Billy Joe McAfee Wilson Jim McCord Rector Ronnie Lee McCormick Arbyrd, Mo. Jean E. McCrady Rector Jim McDaniel Jonesboro Leonard McDaniel Paragould John D. McDonald Pine Bluff Bertha Jean McGowan Trumann James McKay Clarendon Albert Bald Knob Dorothy P. McMahon . Lexington, Jenn. Elmon Ellis McNabb Wilson Robert Gene Madison Noel, Mo. Claude Manderson Alabama City, Ala. Howard A. Masters Harrisburg |ames A. Mathes jonesboro John M. Matlock Augusta Patricia Anne May Jonesboro Carolyn Mays Pocahontas James W. Maze . Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ronnie Metcalf LLeachville Ronnie Miller West Ridge Ronald Mitchell Gary, Ind. James N. Moon Swifton Beverly Ann Moore Jonesboro Neven T. Moye Hunter Raymond J. Mullican Etowah James R. Murdoch Paragould Muthena Naseri . Baghdad, Iraq Jimmy Needham Jonesboro John J. Neel Canalow, Mo. Jim Nelson Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jerry Newsom Brookland JUNIORS Robert V. Niell Jonesboro Darrell W. Nolen Corning Clemen G. Nuckles Caraway Thurman R. Nuckles .-Caraway Daniel O ' Dcll Jonesboro Freddie Orick Emerson Barbara Orton PortageviUe, Mo. Sidney Outlaw Jonesboro Marion Parish Howell Marion Payne Marmaduke Loy Leon Perkins Jonesboro Thomas H. Perkins Tyronza Thomas F. Phillips . fames T. Pickens Joe - Pickett Harrel Wayne Ponder Blytheville --Jonesboro .Pocahontas -Trnn:au)i William 1 . Potter Pocahontas |ames H. Price VanDuren, Mo. Ronald E. Proctor Newport Bobby G. Propes Harrisburg Benny Pulliam Doniphan, Mo. lames L. Ramer Brookland R. Zardrelle Ramer Brookland James C. Rand Viola William E. Rankin Driver Dorothy Karen Ray Walnut Ridge Tro Reeves Gadsden, Ala. James H. Rhodes Coming Charles Richards Perry C. Leroy Richardson Blytheville David Richardson Hardy Oscar Keith Richardson Walnut Ridge Linda Rickey Delaplaine Don Riggs Jonesboro James H. Ringgold Cabot Jerrv Mac Roberts Rector mj. Its , " SI JUNIORS Mark Wayne Roberts Jonesboro Terry Robinson Wilson William Robinson Pocahontas Harvey D. Rust Batesville Herbert V. Satterfield . Forrest City James F. Schimining Peach Orchard Fred Schuerenberg — Lilbourn, Mo. Bobby Scott Bay Harold Seaton Newport Jack Settles Jonesboro Harvey Seymour Joiner John B. Shrable Gepp Bruce Simpson Judsonia James R. Slayden Light Emmett Slayton Minium Mavis Jean Smith Jonesboro 1 1 Norma Jean Smith Hoxie Paul Smith . Pigg " lt Sharon Stafford Portageville Alta Marie Stallings Jonesboro Bill R Steed Forrest City Ronald Paul Steele Naylor Virgil M. Stefank St. Louis, Mo. James E. Stephens Parma, Mo. Lowell E. Stevens Brookland Martha H. Stevens Jonesboro Bohbv L. Stotts Truman)! Clara L. Stotts T rum ami Walter Strong Jonesboro Charles Tackett Cherry Valley Nasri A. Tarud Columbia, S. A. Joe G. Tate Jonesboro Howard Neil Taylor Blytheville Barbara H. Telker Greenville, Mo. James H. Templeton Pocahontas Francis Eugene Tern jonesboro JUNIORS Elwanda rhomas ,.McCror Doris 1 hornton Batesville Charline Tidwell . Kennett, Mo. Care) (.. Tomlinson Memphis. Trim. Donald Raymond roombs . Leachville Richard roombs Deleplaine Carvil Trammel Earle Richard A. Trudel —Brentwood, Pa. Robert Lee Tucker Walnut Ridge Frederick C. Turner —Jonesboro Melvin Turpin Little Rock Lynn Tyus Memphis, Tenn. Leslie D. Upton Jonesboro Benny Joe VanCleve Iiono Norman Vickers Morehouse Janice Wahlquist Mammoth Spring Earl Wainscott Hayti, Mo. Lavellc Watkins Nettleton Charles Weidman Blytheville William Welch Bassett William Welshans Parkin Jo Ann West Calamine Joe Terrell West Memphis, Tenn. James Whiteside Wilson John Williams Searcy Larr) O. Williams Jonesboro Linda Williams Rector Win. Ro Wilson Maiden, Mo. Rill Winford . Birmingham, Ala. Charles Wineland Paragould Robert Winemiller Paragould Willard Womack Tuckerman Darrell Wood P aragould Lawrence Wood Jonesboro John W. Woodruff Crawfordsville Billy Joe Yarber C.atewood, Mo. i m SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 1960 • • • Gaylene Houck, Benny Bell, Sylvia Barker, and Sue Blackwood. Benny Bell President Sylvia Barker Vice-Presidenl Sue Blackwood Secretary Gaylene Houck . Reporter 90 SO I ' ll 0. l DIMS Edward Neil Abel —Jonesboro Glen A. Adams Paragould Grayce Alexander Monette Mary I-. Alexander Wilson Thus. Mankind Alexander . Loioides, Mo. Harold L. Allen ..Naylor, Mo. Jack M. Vllison Walnut Ridge Jo Ann Allison Jonesboro Kenneth R. I torn Drasco Don I ' . Archer . Walnut Ridge Leonard 1). Austin Walnut Ridge John W. Babb Portageville, Mo. Gary Bailey Leachville Theodore Bailgy Blytheville Lawrence E. Baker Paragould Leo L. Baker Hoxie William C. Baker Walnut Ridge Eugene Ballard Biggers Lavern Ballard Biggers Sylvia Ann Barker West Helena Fred E. Barnhill —Paragould )ames W. Beazley Forrest City Thomas ' Beck , Marked Tree Thomas K. Beene Hughes Benny Bell Pine Muff Donna Sue Bennett Leachville George A. Berger Weiner Robert F. Birkhead Poplar Bluff, Mo. John Bishop —Campbell, Mo. Leah Ann Bishop Jonesb Man Ann Bivens North Little Rock Delia Sue Blackwood Hornersville, Mo. Ralph Wayne Blades Campbell, Mo. John M. Bogerl Last Prairie, Mo. Ray C. BoggS Paragould Charles E. Bond Jonesboro Jimmy Ra Bowlin Beach drove Fredrika Bowman Bernie, Mo. William A. Boyer Broseley, Mo. Dianne Bradherry Manila Kenneth A. Brame VanBuren, Mo. Herbert Branham Augusta Geneva I ' . Brannon Lepanto Patricia Ann Brasko Stuttgart James R. Brawner Piggott Henry Breeding Clarendon Virginia Brewer Mln. View Michael R. Broadway Jonesboro John Lee Brown Steele, Mo. Nancy Brown Jonesboro William D. Bruner West Helena Henry H. Burge Haidx Jerry Burnett Memphis, Term. Barbara Ann Burns Marked Tier SOPHOMORES L J. ' Out f " " 1 1 it " William L. Burrough ; Caraway Donald C. Butler . West Memphis Bill Caldwell Jonesboro David H. Calhoun Pine Bluff Charles C. Camp . Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jo Ann L. Cam]) Paragould David I-. Campbell Piggott fames L. Campbell Wynne John Campbell Pocahontas L. Richard Cantwell Corning Glynn E. Carmack - Cookeville, Tenn. Fr anklin Carpenter Piggott Carolyn O. Carter . Paragould Franklin D. Carter Viola Marietta Carter Fisher Ben Franklin Chiles - Joiner Carl J. Cicero Pine Bluff Bobby Gene Clark Trumann Guy C. Clark Paragould Madelene Clark Piggott Bobby Ray Clements Pocahontas | imm Clement Corning Larry W. Cofer Searcy ohn E. Coffey Cabot Patricia L. Colbert Campbell, Mo. Aubrey C. Cole Palestine Charles Cole jonesboro Bobbie R. Collins Jonesboro Bilh Compton Newport Charles J. Cook Jonesboro Donald G. Cooper Hardy William Cooper Wynne Van Dale Cotton Paragoula Linda J. Covington Jonesbom Paul Covington ' Jonesbom Mary Jane Cox Caraway Bob!)) Gene Crabb Harrisburi William Craft Corning Raymond E. Crafton Egxp Wayland Crafton Palagoulc Geraid E. Craig Lake Cit) Donald Crancer ,S7. Louis, Mo Samuel R. Cron Pine Villi Anna Beth Crosthwait Osceoh Joe A. Crozier Trumanw Garland Cullins Jonesboro Clouis R. Culp . Blythevilli Harold L, Culp Paragoult Willard M. Cummings Wynnt Darrel E. Cunningham Paragoult Carl F. Curtner Steele, Mo Jon Lee Curzon Jonesbori Delbert M. Davis Hard) Esther L. Davis Wynne SOPHOMORES |ohnny M. Davis Marked Tree Roy E. Davis Mobile, Ala. Russell Davis Osceola Samuel L. Davis Jonesboro David H. Dav Tillar [err) J. Deason .—Hornersville, Mo. Hugh M. Dillahunty Hughes Orvil T. Dixson Brookland Teddy J. Dortch Lafe George W. Douglass Osceola John S. Douglass Osceola George E. Dulin II est Memphis William H. Dunavant Jotiesboro Frankie I.. Dunivan Kennett, Mo. Shirley Jo Dunn Jonesboro Bobby R. Edgmon Blytheville John P. Ellington Jerome Claude F.rwin Newport Joe Eudy Joiner Thomas Evans Marmaduke Paul W. Falls Harrisburg Patsy R. Faulkner Beach Grove Mar Sue Feezor Jonesboro Daniel O. Felts Sidney Carmelita Ferguson Ash Flat Harold L. Ferguson Jonesboro Wilton T. Fincher Malveen Irvin Fleming Memphis, Term. Thomas J. Fleming Porter, Okla. Freelin Folev Smithville Gerald L. Folev Marion Dal ton H. Ford Rector Randall L. Ford Pocahontas Richard L. Ford Morehouse, Mo. Ronald A. Ford Jonesboro Derenda Mae Foust Delaplaine Bobby Frazier Beebe Joan Lee Freeze Jonesboro Glynn Frets : Maplewood, Mo. Barbara Fry Doniphan Diana K. Fryer Jonesboro Billye Gale Glen Allen, Mo. John Garner Williford Lorene M. Gatlin Paragould liharles R. Gibbs Pine Bluff Donald R. Gibson Salem Sarah Gillespie Jonesboro [immy Gilliam Paragould tVanda Jane Glenn Fisher )avid Lee Goff Jonesboro )onald R. Gore Forrest City Elizabeth 0. Graham Tyronza Ihelby Jean Graham Gray Ridge, Mo. ietty Sue Greer Risco, Mo. r d y to § t MB X (ft V ■ft fr v7 J ' ' % Ft ■J? B 4 to a y SOPHOMORES Travis C. Grissom : Jonesboro Grover Guffey Newport Janet R. Hale Wilson Maurice D. Hall Jonesboro Sharon Hall Weiner ie E. Hamill Memphis, Term. J. Sherland Hamilton Rector Charles W. Hammons Marianna James W. Hampton Osceola Dnane E. Hancock West Memphis James D. Haney Swifton Garland Hankins Oil Trough Lance Hanshaw Jonesboro David L. Harmon Wynne Dan Harnden Wilson Martha F. Harrellson .S7. Charles, Mo. James H. Harris Ma)iila James A. Hart Paragould Eugene Hawkins Williford Joe Hayden Caruthersville, Mo. Shirrel Hayes Parma, Mo. Max G. Haynes Blytheville Mary Anne Hearn Jonesboro Virginia L. Henderson Lepanto ames D. Hendrix Pine Bluff Robert 1 ' . Hervey - Trumann Mary R. Hewitt Henderson Geraline Higgins Nettleton Berness J. Hill Broseley, Mo. Jimmy Hill Ret tor Sandra Sue Hines Pine Bluff William E. Hinkle - Neu port Jerry F. Hodge Blytheville Bonnie Dean Hodges Manila J.o Anne Hodnett ' Paragould David L. Holbrook —Beedeville Delbert Holiday ..Wheatley Winford R. Holloway . Des Arc Charles E. Hopkins Paragould Bobby D. Hopper Arbyrd, Mo. Jo Ella Horner Rector Gloria Ann Horton Hayti, Mo. Dale G. Houchin . . Fisher Myra G. Hoyck Oran, Mo. Billy Houston Trumann Glenn C. Houston Trumann Leon Howerton Paragould Nancy Hubbell Newport Carolyn Huett Elizabeth Charles A. Huffer . Haien Marion Hughen Joiner Doyle Hughes Jonesboro Joe E. Hughes Blytheville Charles E. Hundley Trumann SOPHOMORES Jasper E. Hunter Raymond M. Inman Boyd R. Isaacs Albert S. Jackson ..Nettleton Steele, Mo. Bay Nay lor, Mo. |cromc |i ' iikins . . Parkin Joe Jenkins Lake Village William F. Jessup Jonesboro Arlis ). Johnson . Ash Flat Maricl J. Johnson Maiden, Mo. Mary Fern Johnson Alton, Mo. Jamie Johnston Jonesboro Mary Lee Johnston Jonesboro Bill) R. Jones Walnut Ridge Dean H. Jones Jonesboro Paul Jones Forrest City Peggy Jones Newport William Jones Oil Trough Jacqueline Jumper Burdette Jane Keller Jonesboro Marilyn Kelley Star City McLean Kilpatrick L-Marianna Geraldine King Pocahontas Harold W. King Maiden, Mo. kinnv King Popular Grove James Kirhv Paragould Raymond M. Krutz McLean, 111. Joyce I. argent Weldon J. I). Lawrence Paragould Jimmie G. Lawrence Gray Ridge, Mo. Bill) R. Lawson Jonesboro Robert L. Ledbetter Steele, Mo. Bill Lemmons Pocahontas W arren Lesmeister Marked Tree Farrell Lewallen Paragould William D. Lewallen Hoxie Billy G. Lewis Pine Bluff Robert A. Linn Weiner Marilyn Lutes Blytheville Marion Lynch — ■ Dudley, Mo. Robert I). Lynch Tyronza Virginia Lynch Wilson Jerrv W. McBride Brookland Glyn D. McDowell Marmaduke Kenneth I). McDowell Marmaduke Bruce L. McFadden Hickory Ridge Anita McFarlin Jonesboro Jimmy D. McGinnis Hoxie Jacqueline McKeel Newport Steve Mcknight Hughes Bert McMinn Osceola Sherron E. McMurray W ' oodsoti Lounelle McN ' air Blytheville Martha McNiel Rector Barry L. Mackev Jonesboro SOPHOMORES Ezra E. Maglothin Trumann W. M. Manley Beech drove Won Mann Piggott Randall H. Maple Knobel Garv L. Martin MeCrory James Martin Pine Bluff Rachel J. Martin . Bernie, Mo. olm 1 ' . Masner . Monette Dorsy Mathews Trumann Joe L. Mathis Kosuth, Miss. James Turner Matthews Pine Bluff Kenneth D. Mattix Jonesboro Betty Lou Maxwell Paragouid Donald Maxwell Strawberry Howard L. Maxwell Blythex ' ille Martha A. Maxwell . —Kennett, Mo. Joe Glendon Mayo Essex, Mo. Bruce Mays Pocahontas Robert Meeks Jonesboro Johnnie L. Merlo Pine Bluff Pat Merritt Searcy Janoth Metcalf Lake City Billy E. Miller l.uxora Bobby Miller . West Ridge D. A. Miller Holly Grove Ann Mills Monette Albert Lee Mink Brookland Willard Mitchell Hayti, Mo. Bobby D. Mize Powhatan Bill Ray Moma Jonesboro Charles Moody Portageville, Mo. Lanier Moore Marked Tree Milburn Moore . ..BIytheville Jay Morgan ■- Osceola Ann Morton Beebe Arbie Delia Moye Harrisburg Malcolm Needham Parma, Mo. Alice M. Neel Glover, Mo. Mickey Neff Jonesboro Stacy W. Nelson Jonesboro A. J. Nugent Walnut Ridge Warren E. ODaniel Bay Perry Osborn Jonesboro Boyce L. Owens Salem Winnie M. Owens Take City Aubrey Pack Jonesboro Linda L. Palmer . Jonesboro David H. Patrick Barton George Patten Jonesboro Thomas A. Patterson Earle Nicky E. Payton Heber Springs James R. Peacock McCrocy David D. Percifull Paragouid Charles Perkins Tyronza SOPHOMORES Barbara Perry Jonesboro Loy Petty Arbyrd, M . Loraine Philhours —Leachville Lloyd [. Phillips Blytheville Robert Phillips Marked Tree Johnny Poag Senatobia, Miss. Donald Poe Poplar Muff, Mo. Jane Potter P ' gRO ' l ArHss J. Powell Mammoth Spring Gary R. Powers Richland, Mo. Shirley Ann Preston Bay Orville R. Prince Grubbs Cecil K. Province Jonesboro Glen Province Jonesboro Elizabeth Rains Bay Peggy Rainwater ..Walnut Ridge Auddie L. Ramsey Monette Billy E. Ramsey Paragould Joseph Raids Leachville Raymond Ray Marked Tree Charles Reaves Jonesboro Carolyn Reece West Memphis Jerome D. Reed Lake City James G. Reese Pine Muff Lex Ray Rhodes Corinth. Miss. Anita L. Richardson Herbert W. Rien Doyle Roach Winfred L. Roach . John S. Robbins Darn I (.. Roberts Saffeil Mildred Roberts Jonesboro Gene R. Rodery West Memphis Leon Rogers Dyess Joyce D. Roleson Paragould Patsy Rolland Cherry Valley John Rorex Walnut Ridge Charles D. Rosenheim liatesville Andrew R. Rusnak Holcomb, Mo. Anne E. Samuels Jonesboro James Sano Wilson Ellis C. Sansom Jonesboro Wilma Sue Saunders Bay Vera Sawyer Jonesboro Nancy Scarborough Marked Tree James Scott Paragould Mohammed T. Shahab Baghdad, Iraq Rebecca Ann Sharp Parkin Ira Wayne Shedd Manila Jack Shelton Jonesboro Joan G. Shelton Marked Tree Barbara Shirley Trumann Darrel Shultz Paragould James Singleton Paragould SOPHOMORES Lynn Slimmer Jonesboro C.ayle Smith Jonesboro George Smith McCrory Jimmy Smith Jonesboro Ramona Smith Qulin, Mo. Wilma South .Black Oak Roy B. Southern Steele, Mo. William Sparks Walnut Ridge Raymond Stallings Chickasaw, Ala. Mary Jacqueline Statler Jackson, Mo. Charles H. Stevens Brookland Sarah Bob Stilwell Tyronza Ivan Stone Lutesville Kenneth Storey Blytheville Jimmy M. Stotts Trumann Blan M. Stout Trumann Faith A. Stout Trumann Don Strickland Lake City Sarah Jo Strickland Blytheville Walter L. Strong YanBuren, Mo. Kay Stuart Batesville John R. Suddarth Netherlands, Mo. James L. Summar Hayti, Mo. Shirley S. Summar Hayti, Mo. Freddie G. Swindle Holland, Mo. Lonnie Talbert Leachville Anita Talbot Trumann Ernest L. Taliaferro Osceola Wanda L. Tate Jonesboro Vdam Taylor Blytheville Billie Taylor Jonesboro Bobby Taylor Imboden James H. Taylor Paragould Helen R. Thomas ..Black Oak TOmniy D. Thome Jonesboro Charles Thompson Bay Jim Toombs Kennett, Mo. James Toy Trumann Billy Frail Haynes Joy M. Trammel Monette Bill Fucker Jonesboro Donnie A. Tucker Peach Orchard Gordon F. Tucker West Helena Alpha C. Turner ' . Newport Bill B. Tyer Lepanto Jaccjuelyn Upchurch Lutesville, Mo. Jimmie Van Bibber Blytheville Ann Vance Sedgwick George M. Vandergrift Little Rock Mary K. Van Fatten Searcy Charles E. Verkler Ulack Rock Robert W. Wadley Rockford, III. William E. Waggoner Pocahontas Martha J. Wagner Manila SOPHOMORES Victor Waits Mam mot h Spring Rebecca Wallace »ih Littlt Hock Jerry Ward Lynn Norman L. Waul Leachville Perry E. Ward Weotia Patricia Ann Warner Hatesville Saundra J. Waters Lake Ozark, Mo. Billie Ann Watson . —Blythevilh Edward W. Watson Bay Bettye Lou Weaver Lake City Roherl C. Weaver . Paragould Freddie I.. Webb Marmaduke Charles Wells Braggadocio, Mo. Bobby G. White Trumann Jane While Jonesboro Norma White Lake City Nettie V. Whitehead Nettleton Freddie J. Widmer Paragould Lynn Wilcox Crocketts Bluff William Wilkcrson West Helena Jimmy L. Willett Jonesboro Charles Willhite Tuckerman Harriet Williams lieecli Grove Jackie Williams Lake City Patricia Williams jonesboro Paula ' .. Williams Willie G. Williams Joan Willis Sallye Wilmoth [imrhy Wilson -Paragould -Morrilton Etowah Nettleton Rosemar Wilson Pocahontas Terry M. Wilson Caruthersville , Mo. Norman (.. Winkler Kennett, Mo. Jerrv C. Winn Paragould Joy L. Wixson Fisher Dallas C. Wood Lafe Joe Wood Paragould Robert M. Wood • Webster droves, Mo. Arthur I . Woodard East Prairie, Mo. Billy G. Woodard Nettleton Martha L. Woods Brookland Gene H. Woodsmall Berrxville Robert L. Wrape Paragould James V. Young Wynne Larry P. Zabrowski Chesterton, Ind. Raymond E. .achry Blytheville 99 freshmen CLASS OF 1961 • • • W V I Thomas Paul. David Courtney, and Marsha Clark. Curtis Wallace President Thomas Paul Vice-President Marsha Clark Secretory David Courtney Treasurer 100 FRESHMEN John C. Adams Yellville Otis Adams Vanndale Karl Adkisson Mytheville Wayne Agin Doniphan, Mo. Billy Ainley Comma Marvin Allen Searcy Lena Allstun Dexter, Mo. Virginia Alsup 1 Caraxcax Carita Anderson Lepanto Peggy Anderson Helena Jerry Arant Po ; rt, i n (, A o. William R. Arlington —Blytheville l ' eggy Atkinson Lepanto Frances Austin Tyronza Sandra Baird Lake City Benjamin Baker —Corning Larry J. Baker . Mytheville Rhew B. Bales Trumann Larry Ball lirinkley Billy Ballard Hickory Ridse Linda Barker Donald Barrier Walter Haines Barbara Barnett Nelva J. Barrett . Wolf Bayou --Forrest City Blytheville Nettleton .Card-well, Mo. Nelda K. Barrow Roger W. Barnam Carl Bass Charles Baxley Charles Beall . James R. Beggs Arbyrd, M . Robert Bell Monett, Carolyn Bennett Trumani Carolyn S. Bennett Dexter, Mo Jimmy Bennett Joine. Joseph Bergschneider — McCror] Carl Berry Sedgwick Sabra Berry Kennett, Mo. Jane E. Bianca • Indianola, Miss. 0. C. Birmingham Tuckerman Niles A. Bise Amagon Bilh Bishop Swifton I ' aul Bittick liiggers Bobby Bivens " N. Little Hock Donald Blackford Paragould Guy Blackweil Pine Bluff Donald Blades Maiden. Mo. Claudie K. Blake . . .Cherry Valley Doris Blanchard Walnut Ridge Wallace Blankinship Parma, Mo. Ralph Bley Monette Nancy Bloomfield Rogers Marion J. Blount Jonesbom Thomas Boden Jonesboro FRESHMEN J! Clair L. Boklt . Holland, Mo. Karole Bollinger Manila Claude Bonner I.uxora Etta Lee Booth Black Oak Ermol ( . Bowman Concord Barbara Bradley Jonesboro Jefferson Branham Portageville, Mo. Carolyn Braschler Doniphan , Mo. Edward 1). Braschler Doniphan, Mo. Peggy Bratten Mack Oak William Breedlove Blytheville Bertram L. Brent Cave City Thelma Brewington Tyronza Joyclyn Bricker Piggotl Wm. T. Brist Proctor Guy Brown Sheridan Raymond Brown Pocahontas (allies Browning Lepanto Patricia Browning Richland, Mo. Harold Bruce Powhatan Thelma Sue Burner Paragould Barrie Lynn Bryant Walnut Ridge Carolyn Buck Kennett, Mo. Ralph Buhrmester Jonesboro Mary Bullington McCrorx Otha Wm. Bunch McCrory Douglas Burgess Cabool, Mo. John Burgin Newport Doyle Burke Jonesboro John Burns Paragould Margaret Burnside Jonesboro Ray Burton Hardy Claudine Butler Senatli, Mo. Tommy Butler W. Memphis Carl Butts -Forrest City Wanda Lee Bynum Mack Oak Billy Rex Byrd Monette Franklin E. Byrd Manila Kay Cameron Jonesboro Kenneth Camp Rector Larry Campbell Blytheville Larry D. Campbell Marmaduke James Carlton Beedeville Walter Carpenter 1 W. Memphis Carol Ann Can Mtn. Home Peter Carrothers Jonesboro Billy D. Carter Leachville Bobby Carter Cooheville, Tenn. Kenneth Carter Cardwell, Mo. Martha Carter Lake City Wm. Neal Carter Rector Don Cavenor Jonesboro Ben Chandler Senath, Mo. Nancy Jane Chandler Tyronza FRESHMEN Retrain Charles Bemie, Mo. Wm. Malcolm Chiles Joinei |ames F. Chrisman Leachvilh Frames I. Church Trumann Beverly Ann Clark Jonesboro Harry R. Clark Guntersville, Ala. John M. Clark Newport Ro K. Cllark W. Memphis Marsha Clarke Forrest City L. Hazel Cobb Lake City Patricia Cobb Lake City Marcella J. Coffman Trumann Betty Jean Cole Paragould Donnie B. Cole Brookland Hazel V. Coleman Ma) ion I.oretta Coleman Jonesboro Bryan Collins Forrest City Carter E. Collins Otwell Jack Collins Jonesboro Hashel Colvin Palestine Arvil Lee Cook Nettleton Bernie Cook Carlisle Marvell Cook Bono Wm. Thomas Cook Bono Gar) Cooper Viola John Cooper W. Helena Bobby Joe Conch Brookland David Courtney Widener Stephen Covington Jonesboro Jerry Cox Walnut Ridge Judith Cox Dexter, Mo. Ronald Cox Trumann Shelby J. Craft Bono David M. Craig Swain Elizabeth Crall Jonesboro Charles K. Crawford Maiden, Mo. Linda Sue Crews Rector Cornelia Ann Crigler Lake City Max Crow Lake City Bill Ray Crowley Paragould Richard N. Cummins Paragould Donald Damiano Kearny, N. . Judy Damn Pleasant Grove Alfreda Davis Bay Betty Gale Davis Hardy Charles L. Davis Cotton Plant James E. Davis Pocahontas Richard Davis Newport William Davis Cotton Plant | Nancy Kay Dawson Kennett, Mo. Kate T. Dean Trumann Kenneth G. Dean Cardwell, Mo. Omega Dean Walnut Ridge Donald R. DeArmon Corning .- ft n FRESHMEN Hazel L. Deatherage Cotter Vernie Deen Maiden, Mo. J. W. Dedman Bay Lloyd Dillard Trumann Carthel Dortch Sheridan June Doty Lake City Frances Downing Hoxie Charles E. Drozda Lewistown, Pa. Nina Drury Leachville Patricia Dudley Swifton Herbert Duncan Williford Charlotte Duniphan McGee, Mo. Marlin B. Dunlap Lake City Doyle H. Dunn Osceola Garland Dye Osceola Richard Easley jonesboro Albert L. Eddy Trumann Jimmy Edgmon Blytheville anet Edrington Pargaould Laura J. Edwards Walcott Patricia J. Edwards liald Knob Shera Lee Edwards Midioay Karl Ekmark Mem j)his. Tenn. Hope Elder Piggott, Ark. Marvin Elliott Blytheville Michael L. Elliott . Blytheville Bobby C. Ellis Wynne Donald W. Ellis Wynne Mary J. Ellis Monette David T. Emery ..Poplar Bluff, Mo. Bill G. English . ...Piedmont, Mo. Dottie C. Evans Birch Tree, Mo. Edwin E. Evans Marianna Eulis E. Evans Maiden, Mo. Freeda M. Fagan Dalton Wayne B. Fair Jonesboro Peggy J. Faulkner Trumann Linda Sue Felts Joiner Harold W. Finch Jonesboro Mitchell E. Fisher Wardell, Mo. Eddie Joe Flowers Jonesboro Anna L. Floyd Forty-Four Billy R. Floyd Searcy Syble L. Foley Marion Wayne D. Ford Rector Franklin Forester Parkin Willis R. Forrester Tyronza Patsy Y. Foster Mammoth Spr. Catherine Fowler Sikeston, Mo. William D. Fowler Steele, Mo. Elwood Francis Trumann Avon L. Franks Paragould Drexel Frasure Black Oak Floyd W. Frazier Mammoth Spr. FRESHMEN Daniel Freeman —Marmaduke Margaret L. Freeman " . City, Mo. Dorothy French fonesboro John French Jonesboro Robert L. Freppon Bald Knob Sue Fridenberg Piggott Jerry Frie Cardwell, Mo. Charles Fritz Trumann Johnnie Fuller ake Village Benjamin Furlong —Pdragould Emmett Gadberry Hughes Dwayne Gallaher . Pontiac, Mich. Bennie Gambill .Lake City Jane Gamble Newport Wayne Gardner Victoria George Garmrath . Beech Grove Cecil L. Garner McCrory Evelyn darner Trumann Mary E. Garner Hardy Stanley J. Garrison Greenville, Mo. Aubrey L. Gatewood - N. Little Rock John W. Catling Sheridan Jerry R. Gemherling Gideon, Mo. Lois A. Gibbs Brinkley Win. R. Gibson Trumann Lowell D. Gifford W ' illiamsville, Mo. Vernon Gifford Williamsville, Mo. Clyde Glen Kennett, Mo. James R. (.lass ..Pontiac, Mich John R. Godbey McCrory Myrtle J. Good Wheatl, W. D. Goodman Paragould Marvin Gould Rector Suzanne T. Gould Paragould Wanda L. Grable Hardy Ellis D. Gray Jonesboro Martin L. Gray Blytheville Florence M. Green Cardwell, Mo. Jack L. Gregory Pocahontas Glenn V. Griffin Earle Marion L. Griffin Cherry Valley Loretta G. Grimsley Arbyrd, Mo. Marolyn Cuarr Trumann Kenneth R. Cuffey Weinei Norris Guinn Little Rock Fay Guntharp Jonesboro Lynn E. Hagg Caraway Charles E. Hagan Roland Donald R. Hailey Rector Otis Hamilton Walnut Ridge Everette Hancock Nettleton Janet Haney Jonesboro Ellis Roger Hansen Jonesboro Tommy Hargrove Augusta £ i fTj TO FRESHMEN Carolyn I). Harlan Osceola Esther B. Harnden Wilson Charles R. Harrell Piggott Lola M. Harrelson Paragould Noel Dean Harris Matthews, Mo. Alfreds Harrison Newport James R. Hart Pine Bluff Robert D. Hartley Denver, Col. Bob Dale Harvey Swifton Sara Lou Hassell Chatfield Nina F. Haun Jonesboro David Hay Jonesboro James R. Hayes Nettleton Joyce M. Hayes Sivifton Nancy L. Hearn Jonesboro Eddie Heatherly Newport Barbara Helms Jonesboro Thomas J. Helms Walnut Ridge Charles D. Henderson Lepanto Bettv L. Herndon Osceola Donna L. Herren Paragould Frances Herren Paragould Billy Hester Paragould Sarah E. Higginbottom Hardy Donald Hill Hickory Ridge Phyllis Hill Rector Earnest J. Hillhouse Blytheville Robert Hix Jonesboro Robert D. Hodges Trumanti llan Hoffman Valparaiso, hid. I Allen L. Hoffman Newport Ruby L. Hoggard Marmaduke Charles Hoi brook Marked Tree Larry N. Holcomb Piggott James R. Hood Lake City Robert V. Hope . —Pine Bluff Olivia A. Horn Black Rock Jan Horton Viola Walter Howard Jonesboro Benjamin Howe Forrest City Jim Howell Hoxie Bill Hughes Senath, Mo. Larry Hughes Alicia Robert Hughes Marked Tree Jackie K. Hulett Kennett, Mo. Jacqueline Hunn Trumann Richard Husky Wynne James Isbell Bay Donald R. Ishmael Jonesboro Ronald F. Ishmael Jonesboro Eugene Jackman Rector Dorothy Jackson Paragould Lura L. Jackson Osceola Martha L. Jacobs W. Memphis FRESHMEN Judith Jenkins .Harrisburg Eugene Johnson Parma, Mo. Gail Johnson Stuttgart Wallace Johnson —Piggott RidKiul Johnson Munhall, Pa. Sandra S. Johnson . Leachville William C. Johnson Gobler, Mo. Bobby J. Johnston Manila Dana Lou Johnston Jonesboro Bill) W. Jones El Dorado Bobby C. Jones Lepanto Harry D. Jones Forrest City Henry Jones Pine Bluff Vernon Jones Hornersville, Mo. Letha L. Joseph Goodwin Hollis G. Jumper Burdette James R. kappelman Paragould Judith Kelley Paragould Ronald R. Kellim Pocahontas David Kelly Blytheville Jackie G. Kenley . .Steele, Mo. Roy J. Kenner Bytheville Clayton King Maiden, Mo. Geneva King Doniphan, Mo. James King Corning Allen Kingsbury . Springfield, III. Bobby Joe Kitchens —Tupelo, Miss. Rov E. Kleffer Dexter, Mo. Bernie Kustoff Trumann Mose Kvle Harrisbur Douglas R. Ladner Blytheville Jimmy R. Lamb Paragould J. B. Lance Trumann Elmer Gene Langley Jonesboro Bobby D. Latimer Searcy Gusta J. Launius Cardwell, Mo. Doyle F. Lawrence Sidney Thomas Lawson , Marked Tree Von Dell Layer Jonesboro Charles Layne Newport Gene Lee Tyronza Norman D. Lee Cash Philip Leuckcl Poplar Bluff, Mo. Rachel Lewis Pangburn Thomas Lincoln Jonesboro Jerry J. Littlejohn Earlr Linda Loftin W. Memphis Herschell D. Love Morehouse, Mo. Jim 1). Love Nettleton Thomas Lovrien Cherry Valley Nancy Jane Lucas Stuttgart James W. Lundberg Niagara Falls, N. Y. Jack P. Lunsford Kennett, Mo. Thomas H. Luter Comma f Jr.. f Jr p. n 9 5 6 FRESHMEN Hobby Dean Luther Mt. View Hetty Lou Lyon Jonesboro Pat Yates McAdams Jonesboro William Alpha McCall Walnut Ridge Robert Laster McCartv Truniann Brenda McClearn Leachville Gerald R. McComb Holcomb, Mo. Jo Ann McDaniel Txronza W. H. McDaniel Clarkton, Mo. Charles McDonald Maiden, Mo. Harold D. McDonald Morriston Charles D. McFarlin Lake City Helen L. McGee Swifton Jerry R. McKenzie Pine Bluff Albert H. McManus Bl thevilte Billy J. McMullin Trumann William C. Neely Crocketts Bluff Anita L. McNutt Walnut Ridge Billy C. McNatt Jonesboro Clary W. McNutt Walnut Ridge Jerry L. McSpadden Paragould Frank A. Macon, Jr. Jonesboro Donna L. Magill Williamsville, Mo. William W. Mallard, Jr. Fagus, Mo. James A. Malone, Jr. Jonesboro Larry L. Maness Searcy George N. Mann Corning James K. Marshall Tuckerman Anne G. Marshall Jonesboro Hovt E. Marshall Paragould Blace A. Martin Truman Carolyn J. Martin Ash Flat Robert T. Masner Lake City Robert V. Masters Bait., Md. Ann H. Matthews Imboden Franklin L. Matthews State College Thad R. Mason Knobel Don R. Maupin Wynne Sue C. Maxwell Kennett, Mo. Auby T. May Haynes Wanda L. May Osceola Charles D. Maybury Dexter, Mo. Jerry F. Mayfield Lake City Lewis E. Mayo 1 Blytheville Ronnie T. Merguie Kennett, Mo. Joe W. Metcalf Monette Joyce A. Metcalf Jonesboro Joe K. Meurrier Hughes Frankie J. Millay Beech Grove Alfred R. Miller Marked Tree Cyril W. Miller Jonesboro Donald A. Miller Springfield Marvin D. Miller Brinkley Johnnie O. Minick Jonesboro FRESHMEN Everett H. Minton Bono Jan Mohlev Manila Man C. Montgomery Bay William R. Moon . Crossett Willie Paul Moonc Caraway Carolyn Sue Moore Success Donna Lea Moore Success Lawrence Roddy Moore Jonesboro Margaret F. Moore Walnut Ridge Marx in Lester Moore Blytheville Myrtle Jane Morrison Jonesboro Sandra Sue Morrow Piggott Robert Burton Mosby Nettleton Janice Gave Mosley Kennett, Mo. Robert W. Mowery Piggott Ronald D. Murphy Mammoth Spg. Deanna L. Mussell Poplar Bluff, Mo. Sandra Lee Myers Poplar Bluff, Mo. Van Buren Napper, Jr. Holcomb, Mo. Leon C. Neece Powhatan Linda Gay Newman Rector Ruth Ann Nicks Biggers Donald E. Noe Maiden, Mo. Judith Arlene Noel Marmaduhe Edward L. Novak, Jr. Jonesboro Norman E. O ' Brien Trumann Barbara Ann O ' Daniel Bay William C. Page, Jr. North Little Rock David C. Parker Newport Don Parker Paragould Eldon E. Parker Chesterton, Indiana Jimmy Kelly Parks Trumann Thomas Parlapandies New Brunswick, N. J. Harold Parrish Nettleton Charles A. Patterson Corning Thomas W. Paul North Little Rock Johnnv L. Pearce Bradford Ronnie Wayne Peevey Forrest City Coy Mac Peeper Wilson George Perkins Harrisburg Eddie Blan Perry Blytheville Barbara June Peters Portageville, Mo. Clarence G. Pfeifer Bono Davis M. Pfeifer Paragould Betty Jo Phelps Hardy Clynard A. Phillips Trumann Earl O. Phillips Marked Tree Tommy Carter Phillips Marked Tree Wanda Jean Phipps State College Ester Gloria Pickens Paragould Ellis Ray Pinchback Jonesboro Ralph V. Ponder Jonesboro Tom Porter Nashville, Ark. Ernest K. Poulson Jonesboro I FRESHMEN John E. Pounders ..Chatfield Larry D. Powell ..Nettleton Marian A. Powell Cdnalou, Mo. Barbara A. Poynter Gassville Bruce J. Pratt Pocahontas Robert Pruett ..Poplar Bluff, Mo. Edward L. Pruiett Steele, Mo. Joe W. Purnell Paragould Hoyt H. Purvis Jonesboro Albert B. Pyland Lepanto William T. Quails ..Cave City Carroll F. Quarry Alicia Barry M. Rainey Senath, Mo. Rebecca D. Ramey Jonesboro Billy J. Ray Paragould Ellen L. Ray Leachville Ann C. Reed Jonesboro Buford M. Renfroe Kennett, Mo. Nelle M. Reves Monette Patricia C. Reynolds ...Williford Carroll Leon Rhodes . Greenville, Mo. Dana S. Rhodes Corning Michael E. Rice Jonesboro Roland D. Roach ..Jonesboro William Augustus Roach Walnut Ridge Albert H. Robbins . ..Piggott James E. Roberts Prentiss, Miss. Wendell R. Roberts Paragould Mary S. Robertson Harviell, Mo. Wayne Roberson Oil Trough Bonnie J. Robinson Cherry Valley Jimmy D. Robinson Cardwell, Mo. Mary L. Rodgers Jonesboro Johnny R. Rogers Wilson Donald G. Rorex Walnut Ridge Billy W. Ross Manila Charles H. Ross Kennett, Mo. Marshall J. Rouse - Greenwai Raymond D. Roush Mt. View James E. Rowe Arbyrd, Mo. Ann F. Rowlett Trumann Martin H. Roy Jonesboro Carolyn Runsick Poughkeepsie Janivee Runyan Strawberry Frank M. Sadorf . Doniphan, Mo. Donald R. Saffell . Jonesboro Betty C. Sain Rector Curtis R. Sanders Morrilton Shelby J. Sando Leachville Judith L. Sanford - Blytheville Wayne E. Sapaugh Salem, Mo. Kenneth R. Satterfield Beedeville James G. Scarbrough Biggers Bobby R. Scarsdale Caraway FRESHMEN Joel F. Schlosberg Jonesboro Raymond G. Scott Manila Beverly A. Selby Leachville Albert W. Sharp Heth David W. Sharp Paragould Marshall I Sharp . .Leachville Edward L. Shaw ..Alfred, A ' . Y. Sidney S. Shaw Hoxie Jeffrey R. Shearrer . Patterson, Mo. Harry B. Shearin Blytheville Michael K. She! ton ..Paragould Donna L. Sherwood Steele, Mo. William Thomas Shewmaker Beech iroj e Peggy J Shirley Paragould John E. Shock Sebastopol, Calif. William C. Shoffner . ..Weldon Ray D. Shuller Gentry Herman D. Shumaker Leachville Nancy J. Sigler Jonesboro Frank B. Sigman Bell Tommy G. Siler Pleasant Plains Clara D. Simpson Luxora Ernest L. Simpson Searcy Bill A. Sims Little Rock Jerry W. Sims Jonesboro Curtis R. Sissom Rector Tommy J. Slayton Blytheville Betty C. Smith Harrisburg Beverly A. Smith Osceola Bill W. Smith Tyronza Bobb) Smith Trumann Forrest D. Smith Fisher George R. Smith Manila Gerald C. Smith Pullman, Mich. Jerry P. Smith West Plains, Mo. I.ois L. Smith Manila I.onnie I ' . Smith Jonesboro Mary M. Smith , West Memphis Shirley M. Smith Jonesboro Stephen R. Smith Jonesboro James O. Snell Doniphan, Mo. Bilh I ' . Spikes Pocahontas William C. Springfield Osceola Connie L. Stafford Mammoth Spring Judith Leigh Stagg Brinkley Jimmy E. Stallcup Paragould Delores J. Stallings Jonesboro Thomas R. Stanton Somennlle, N. J. Lou L. Staples Jonesboro Cloise W. Starnes Marmaduke Thomas L. Staten Walnut Ridge James T. Steed Forrest City Thomas W. Stegall El Dorado Geraldine J. Stephens Portageville, Mo. FRESHMEN Patricia Ann Stephens Wheal ley Edward Asa Stewart . —Jonesboro Howford E. Stewart Doniphan, Mo. Laverta May Stewart Cardwell, Mo. Marlin S. Stewart Piseott James E. Stogsdill, Jr. Jonesboro Emma Louise Strawthers Kennett, Mo. Harold F. Stroud Victoria Galen Louie Stuart Paragould Mary Lou Studdard Mtn. Home Mary Elsie Sturch Brinkley Nelda Y. Sudbury Bernie, Mo. Nadine Y. Sweatt Weiner Frances Anita Lacker Tyronza Lavern L. Talhert Jonesboro Dwight E. Talburt Batesville Bobby Joe Tanner Caruthetsxnlle, Mo. Joe M. Taylor Poplar Muff, Mo. Kenneth Dale Taylor Lake City Kenneth Leslie Taylor Arlington, Tenn. Harold Allen league Trurnann James E. Tharrett Rector Donald E. Thielemier Pocahontas Anna Beth Thomas Leachville Claude Edward Thomas Jonesboro Eddie Duane Thomas Mack Oak Evelyn G. Thomason Doniphan, Mo. Audrey James Thompson Hardy Gerald Thompson Tyronza Marian A. Thompson Bay Martha E. Thompson Paragould Thomas Rolland Threet Peel Carl Ray Throesch Pocahontas Frank Don Throesch Pocahontas Thelma Jane Tiden Blytheville Charles Henry Tims Tuckerman Dewitt Tipton Pine Muff Anita Louise Toombs Leachville Harris Hughes Townsley Cash Richard A. Traverso Haskell, N. J. Julia Ann Treece Harrisburg Bobby Dean Tucker Manila Edward A. Turner Nashville George E. Turner Nettleton Ralph H. VanCleve North Little Rock Kay Carolyn Vangilder Marrnaduke Mary Jo Van Hooser Marked Tree Billie Jean Vanpelt Jonesboro Ronald Lee Vick Harrisburg Clemith Ross Wackerly Tuckerman Virginia Joan Waddill Newport Larry Charles Wahlquist Mammoth Spg. Shirley Dean Wainscott Hayti, Mo. Kendall Herbert Walden Paragould FRESHMEN Manila S. Walker . Marked Tree Dudle) R. Wall .Buckholts, Tex. Charles R. Wallace ... Paragould Curtis H. Wallace Kennett, M Francis I . Wallace Dyess Billy R. Ward ..Advance, Mo. Ella Y. Ward Marked Tree Norman B. Ward Jonesboro Bud F. W arden, III Jonesboro I nomas Gary Watkins Jonesboro Annelle B. Watson Jonesboro Kenneth L. Watson Maiden, Mi . Barbara A. Wayland Jonesboro Genella L. Weaver Mammoth Spring John L. Weems Trumann Sammy A. Weems Halen Barbara J. We lch Jonesboro Ella L. Wells Leachville I ' atty R. West Calamine Paul L. Westbrook Blytheville |ames B. Westmoreland Trumann Judith I.. Wheeler Leachville Jerry W. White Lewis town, Pa. Kenneth W. White Turrell Hubert V. Whittle Canalou, Mo. Billy R. Williams Alicia Joyce E. Williams Jonesboro Patricia A. Williams Cardwell, Mo. Scottie L. Williams Kennett, Mo. Jean C. Wilson Jonesboro Mary J. Wilson Lake City Norton W. Wilson Pine Muff Martha . Winklepleck Manila Clenda M. Winn Marmaduke |ack Winton Piggolt Burns C. Wise Hushes Charles E. Woods Lexa Ellen L. Wood Lake City (.lenda S. Wood Wynne Robert L. Worley Piedmont, Mo. Juanita J. Worrell . Memphis, Tenn. |ames W. Wortham Leachville Bert Wright. Jr. Lake City Mary K. Wright Lake City Bill Calvin Wyatt Paragould Oma N. Wyatt Kennett Billy E. Yarnell Carlisle Lester McYaugh Yerkes Bloomingdale, A . . Ben K. Young Blytheville Gerald B. Young Trumann Wayne M. Zaricor Craiefordsville if o £ 1 i First row: Neal Gregory, Bob Mize, John Hardin, Lonnie Talbert, T. A. Alexander, Sonny Ford, Muthina Naseri, Jimmy Willett. Second row: J. L. Davenport, Frank Elmore, Charles Crawford, Prentis Cartee, Don Strickland, Raymond Mullican, " Tex " Bow- man, Ed Moore. Third row: Mr. O. P. Nail, Jackie Catt, Chester Cravens, Jim Lawrence, Earl Wainescott, Charles Moody, Ben- ny McAtee, Jim Statler, Jim Schales, Bill Felty, Jerry Cooper, Doug Booth, Dr. R. H. Austin. Fourth row: Jim Ramer, John Mo- ore, Doug Moore, Ray Halbert, Arlis Johnston, Gerald Johnston, Bruce Simpson, D. L. Pope. The Agri Club is the oldest organi- zation on campus. It is composed of students who are agriculture majors and minors. The club ' s big project comes in the spring when the mem- bers stage the annual " Agri Day. " | j | Doug Moore President Ray Halbert Vice-Pres. John Moore Secretary Chester Cravens Parliamentarian Doug Booth Treasurer Advisors J. L. Davenport, Ed Moore AGRI CLUB AGRI DAY is a day of festivities sponsored each year by the Agri Club. It is a day when most of the students at Arkansas State forget classes and concentrate on having fun. The festivities started with a barbeque dinner this year and ended with a " Wild West " rodeo, A-State style. The Pride of the Agri Department: Queen Saundra Waters Agri boys make ready for the Bronc busting event. 2 Wp| . j. President Moore finds that his companion likes to pose for cameramen. The F.F.A. is a club for the vocational agriculture majors on campus. The club ' s big event is " Agri Day " which comes in the spring. The club also sponsors the North- east District Leadership Contest for High Schools. Seated: Dr. Nail, Marlin, Jackson, Dr. Rougeau. Standing: Joe Gambill, Bobby Dean Mize, Bruce Simpson, Jerry Cooper, Melvin Ward, Prentis Cartee President Marlin Jackson Vice Pres. Joe Gambill Parliamentarian Chester Cravens Secretary Bobby Dean Mize Treasurer J err 7 Cooper Faculty Advisors Dr. Nail, Dr. Rougeau First row: Dr. Rougeau, Charles Harvill, John Adams, Bobby Mize, Wallace Workman, Jerry Cooper, Prentis Cartee, Charles Drye, Benny McAtee, Bill Gower, Raymond Mulli- can, Joe Gambill. Second row: Freelon Foley, Don Watson, Gerald Johnson, Jim Lawrence Doug Booth, Jackie Catt, Leon Wilson, Neal Gregory, John Sudderth, Chester Cravens, Paul Smith, Melvin Ward, Lonnie Talbert. Third row: C. L. Parrish, J. T. CampbeJl, Homer Moss, John Adams, Jim Schimming, Bruce Simpson, Marlin Jackson, John Moore, Doug Moore, Dr. Nail, Jim Schales. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE The purpose of the organization to advance music education and de- velop leadership and a professional attitude among young people inter- ested in becoming music teachers. President Ottolcinc Jones Vice-President Pat Burden Sec-Treasurer Carol Copeland Advisor Miss Elizabeth Heck Left-Right: Ottoleine Jones, Norman Jean Smith, Marilyn Griffin, Sara Mattix, Marilyn Pickler, Carol Copeland, Millie Johnson, Pat Burden, Donna N. Butler. BLOCK AND BRIDLE The Block and Bridle Club is an organization for students who are interested in agriculture. The club combines with the Agri club and the F.A.A. club each year to sponsor the annual " Agri Day " . President Ray Halhert Vice-Pres. Gene Bowman Sec. Bob Clement Tres. Charles Rosen ha tun Reporter Irving Fleming First row: Irving Fleming, Charles Rosenbaum, Ed Moore, advisor; Gene Bowman, Wallace Workman, T. H. Alexander. Second row. Jim Young, Bruce Simpson, George Berger, Boh Clement, J. E. Bertrand, advisor; Ray Halhert, Bert McMinn. First row: Bill Jacobs, Ken Kinman, Kit Horton, Miss Delano, advisor; Virginia Brewer, Dr. Garrow, advisor. PRE-LAW CLUB SOCIOLOGY CLUB The Sociology club is a newly form- ed organization for all students who are interested in the field of ' Soci- ology. The club ' s objective is to pro- mote an understanding and an inter- est in Sociology as a profession. President Ken Kinman Vice-Pres. Kit Horton Secretary Joel Breeding President John Browning Vice-Pres. Darrell Johnson Sec. Keith Richardson Tres. Ronald Slayton Advisor Robert Coolev The Pre-Law club is an organization for students who are interested in law and pol. science. The club seeks to acquaint its members with the practical aspects of the two professions. First row: Darrell Johnson, Frank Huckabee, Bob Yates, Ronnie Merguie, Arther Wilson, Boyd Garner, Johnny Browning, Adon Mano. Second row: Lance Hanshaw, Joel Breeding, Leland Jaggers, Roy Crooms, Dalton Ford, Mr. Robert Cooley. Third row: Bill Ross, Mike Rice, Jerry Halsell, Bill Taylor, Vance Brown, Bob Winemiller, Keith Richardson. 1 — INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The club is an organization for stu- dents who are interested in other na- tions and the United State ' s relation to them. The club meets bimonthly to hear various speakers from all over the world. President Wayne King Yice-Pres. Mohammad Shahab Sec.-Treas. Johnnie Merlo SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB The Social Science Club is an organization for the students on campus who are interested in the Social Sciences. The club meets weekly to discuss the many problems which come up in the field of Social Science. First row: Henrietta Stevens, Mary Garrow, Cornelia Crigler, Margaret Hart, Shirley Dunn, Frances Franks. Elsie Cullar. Second row: Robert Cooley, Marion Parrish, Dr. Homer Huitt, Bruce Wilson, Dr. Richard Staar, John Sconce, J. D. Lawrence, Don Dearmon, William Ramsey, Leslie Upton, Durwood Cooper. Third row: Dr. Konold, Rusty May, Ronnie Miller, John Galloway, Edgar Kirk, Lloyd Haring. Bernard Gorrow. First row: Joel Schlosberg, Johnnie Merlo, Wayne King, Mohammad Shahab, Miss Clarissa Delano, Kenneth E. Kinman. Second row: Clayton King, Dr. Homer Huitt. sponsor; Mary Sturch, Louise Davis, Pat Ahlf, Martha Maxwell, Robert Yates. Third row: Muthena Naseri, James Lundberg, Bert Wright Jr., Bill Tucker, Robert Wood, Luther Gray. President John Sconce Vice-Pres. Leslie Upton Secretary Henrietta Stevens Reporter Margaret Hart BUSINESS CLUB Carmen Robinson President Ronald Slay ton Vice-Pres. Millard Allison Treasurer Carol Clever Secretary Darrell Johnson Reporter Mr. L. Marshall Dinsmore, faculty advisor; Carmen Robinson, president; Ronald Slayton, vice-president. Second row: Darrell Johnson, reporter; Carol Clever, secretary; Millard Allison, treasurer. The Business Club is an organization composed of students in the business department. Meetings are held bi-monthly to discuss current trends in the field of business. Guest speakers from various fields of business were heard by the members during the year. First row: Charles Peake, Jerry Smith, Wilford Williams, Sue Bruner, Gloria Pickens, Ruth Lindley, Carol Clever. Sally Wilmoth, Evelyn G. Thomason, Pat Colbert, Alice Neel, Geneva King, Jackie Statler, Jane White, Mr. Dinsmore. Second row: Darrell John- son, Ronald Slayton, Bill Thomas, Ed Shaw, Vernon Jones, Vance Brown, Jimmy Grooms, Joey Eskeridge, Carmen Robinson, Frank Huckaba, Bobby Legg, Don Crancer, Don Archer, William Arnott, Don Roberts, Bob Buford, Don Lynn. Third row: Mr. Edwards, Millard Allison, Jerry Walters, Jimmy Stafford, Bill Kenderick, Talmadge Nugent, Charles Gibbs, Henry Jones, Tommy Paul, Richard Hipp, Bert Wright, Conley Christenberry, Leanard McDaniel. Fourth row: Dr. Bender, Dr. Carrothers, Jim Clements, Richard Crane, Lacy Griffith, John Neel, Gerald Howard, Gerald Hohn, Allen Graves, Robin Hagaman, Jim Shelton, Jon Keller, J. W. Green, Donald Poe, Alfred Lindsey, Bill Taylor. Fifth row: Jim Miles, Ronald King, Larry James, Ernest Tibbs, Sonny Freeman, Charles Willcut. STUDENTS NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Virginia Wineland President Elwanda Thomas Secretary Barney Travis Treasurer Mr. W. L. Smith Advisor The Students National Education Associa- tion has operated under the title of Future Teachers of America for many years. Its mem- bership is composed of students who plan to make teaching a career. A number of socials were sponsored during the year as well as reg- ular meetings during each month. Seated, left to right: Virginia Wineland, president; Jackie Layton, Re- porter; Elwanda Thomas, Secretary. Standing, left to right: Don Ro- berts, Historian; Barney Travis. Treasurer; and Katy Pat Richardson, Librarian. First roic: Katy Pat Richardson, Charlene Tidwell, Anna Beth Crosthwait, Jean Park, Geraldine King, Virgina Wineland, John- nie Merlo, Elwanda Thomas, Martha Ann Maxwell, Mr. W. L. Smith, sponsor. Second row: Rosalie Gorham, Sandra Gowen, Janice Wahlquist, Peggy Wilbanks, Linda Williams, Jackie Layton, Rose Kinman, Marilyn Reng. Third row: Paul Telker,, Wil- liam Arnott, Jackie Crosthwait, John Paul Dunn, Perry McEven, Bobby Jetton, Lloyd Phillips, Don Roberts, Barney Travis. wamk PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi is an hon- orary society for majors in Business Education. Bi- monthly meetings are de- voted to subjects of profes- sional interest to the mem- bership. John P. Dunn President Shelba Lea Vice-Pres. Carolyn Pettyjohn Secretary Sylvia Logan : Treasurer Mr. Robert Ferralasco Advisor First row: John P. Dunn, Mrs. Katherine Green, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Sylvia Logan, Mary Bivens, Shelba Lea, Janell Shride, Robert E. Jackson. Second row: Robert Bender, Madelene Clark, Wilma Sanders, Yvonne Hartley, Jackie Statler, Zardelle Ramer, Robert Ferralasco. KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi is a National Honorary Fraternity for outstanding students in the field of education. The group meets monthly to discuss current problems in education. First row: Marilyn Reng, Katy Pat Richardson, Mary Casner, Anna Crosthwait, Helen Wall, Shirley Schaeffer, Carol Dixon, Ottolene Jones, Mrs. Betty Bender. Second row: Miss Lillian Barton, Mr. Howard Baker, Mr. B. V. Keister, Dr. Fred Bender, Dr. Carl R. Reng, Dr. Ray Simpson, Mr. Marshall Matthews, Mr. W. L. Smith, Dr. Paul Couch, Mr. Lyle Dixon, Mrs. Paul Couch. KAPPA PI Kappa Pi is a recognition society for students major- ing in Art. High light of the year was in cooperating with the Jonesboro Christ- mas para d e committee. Members built the queen ' s float and constructed giant heads depicting story book characters. Richard Toombs President Maurine Dobbs Vice-Pies. Diana Fryer Secretary Patricia May Treasurer Mis. 1). F. Pasmore Advisor First row: Richard Toombs, Mrs. Richard Toombs, Mrs. D. F. Pasmore, Bill Finchcr. Eddie Barber. Second row: Diana Fryer, Pat May, Maurine Dobbs, Mariel Johnson, Sonny Johnson. Bill Taylor. BETA BETA BETA Beta Beta Beta is an honorary society for outstanding students majoring in Bio- logy. Bi-monthly meetings are devoted to demonstrations and discussions of profes- sional interest to the membership. Joe Walls President George Roberson Vice -Pres. Carol Dixon Secretary Dr. VV. W. Nedrow Advisor First row: Jean McCrady, Jennie Lou Henderson, Flodell Appleton. Carol Dixon, Alva Caperton, Marilyn Reng, Nancy Brown. Second row: William Byrd, Jim Crosthwait. Donald Berry, Darrcll Nolan. James Buffington, Jim Nelson, John Whitten. Third row: Dr. W. W. Nedrow. Floyd Barnhill, Jerry Frankum, Joe Walls, Gerald Wilson. The Officers— Dr. Fuitt, Dr. Konold, Robert Yates, Margaret Hart, and Katy Pat Richardson. Pi Gamma Mu is an honor society for students and faculty whose major interest lies in the areas of Social Science. A grade point average of " B " is a prerequisite to membership. An annual project of the society is the promotion of the annual White Christmas Program. Gifts received this year were turned over to the Goodfellows for dis- tribution. PI GAMMA Mil Robert Yates President Margaret Hart Vice President Dr. Donald Konold Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Homer Huitt Adviser President Yates turns over gifts of money, toys, and food to the Goodfellows. Front Row: Mrs. Pearl Essary, Katy Pat Richardson, Camilla Sharp, Margaret Hart, Mrs. Janice Buck, Mrs. Imogene Webb, Mrs. Zelia Anderson, Eleanor Lane, Mrs. Doris Layman, Esther Williams, Joan Cooper, Shelba Jean Lea, Carolyn Pettyjohn. Second Row: Dr. Homer C. Huitt, Mr. J. D. Coker, Dr. D. Fred Pasmore, Dr. Richard F. Staar, Dr. W. W. Nedrow, Donald Berry, William D. Collard, Dale Gibbs, Jack Higgins, Dr. Martin H. Hall, Mr. Robert Cooley, Mr. Lyle J. Dixon, Mr. Durward Cooper, Clarissa Delano, Dorothy Fenton. Third Row: Mr. J. A. Callaway, Dr. Donald Konold, Jerald Haun, Lacy Griffith, Ronal Kaiser, Carl Doherty, Bill Lewis, Kenneth Kinman, Mr. Edgar O. Kirk, Robert Yates. THE MODERN LANGUAGE CLUBS FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Winnie Owens President Alfred Marotti Vice-Pres. Virginia Brewer Secretary GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS Donald Gibson President Troy Rhodes Vice-Pres. Dr. D. F. Passmore, Sponsor The highlight of the Christmas party, the cutting of the Yule Log. First row. Virginia Brewer, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Winnie Owens. Second row. Alfred Marotti, Donald Gibson, Troy Rhodes. The Modern Lauguage Clubs are made up of students taking courses in French and German. Regular meetings are devoted to the discussion of the customs and traits of people in other lands. The high point of the year comes with the annual Christmas party and the cutting of the yule log cake which has been a tradition on the campus for many years. John C. White, Virginia Brewer, Esther Davis, Winnie Owens, Margaret Hart, Carolyn Martin, Anita McNutt, Joan Freeze, Lau- ra Jean Gurley, Esther Williams, Olivia Horn, Dr. D. F. Pasmmore. Second row: Adon Mann, Jim Nelson, J. D. Lawrence, Stan- ley Downing, Bob Green, Troy Rhodes, Alfred Marotti, James Lewis. Third row: Charles Hammonds, Jearl F. Howard, Donald R. Gibson, Cletis Ellinghouse, Odell Johnson, Guy Brinkley, Don Huckabee, Kenneth Kinman. V ol i i ARROWHEAD PLAYERS The Arrowhead Players is a group made up of those students whose interests are directed to- ward the presenting of outstand- ing dramatic productions on the campus. During this year the group presented two excellent producti ons. First row: Maurine Dobbs, Virginia Brewer, Ann Bishop, Laura Gurley. Second row: Dottie Evans, Phyllis Campbell, Mr. Day, Eddie Barber, Carol Carr, Mary Lou Studdard. METER-LITER CLUR The Meter-Liter club is composed of stu- dents whose major interests are in the physical sciences. Bi-monthly meetings are devoted to demonstrations and discussions of areas of special interest to those who expect to choose the physical sciences as a profession. Jerry Frankum President Elizabeth Bednar Vice-Pres. Nancy Brown Sec-Treas. Jane Sisler Reporter First row: Mrs. Jean Williams, Nancy Brown, Pat Warner, Jennie Lou Henderson, Roy Wilson Jim Nelson, Joan Hodnett, Elizabeth Ann Bednar, Jane Sisler. Second row: Tom Stanton, Joe Taylor, Jerry Frankum, Mr. Byron Bohannon, Buddy Beck, James Buffington, Mr. Bryan, Kenny Watson. First row. Sue Brunei - , Nancy Brown, Loretta Coleman, Pat Williams, Lou L. Staples, Mary L. Rogers, Joan Freeze, Barbara Welsh, Margaret Burnside, Barbara Wayland, Nancy Hearn. Second rrw: Shelby Craft, Linda Newman, Phyllis Hill, Mary Holt, Lonnie Pat Smith, Annel Watson, Nancy Seiger, Jeanie Wilson, Ann Reed, Laverne Franks. Third row: Gloria Pickens, Beverly Clark, Esther Harnden, Linda Covington, Janet Edrington, Mary Ann Hearn, Frances Herring, Frances Wallace, Mary Alex ander, Jo Ann Cooper. Fourth row: Judy Sanford, Alice Gunthrope, Barbara O ' Daniel, Anna Beth Crosthwait, Jane White. l)c lores Stallings, Donna Herndon, Marcella Winn, Wilma Saunders, Esther Williams, Nina Drury. THE TOWN GIRLS The " Town Girls " is an organization for the Co-Eds who live off campus. It was formed in order to give the off campus girls more representation on the campus and to broaden the members both intellectually and socially. HOME ECOMONICS CLUB President Pat Williams Vice-Pres. Lou Staples Sec.-Treas. Beverly Clark The Home Economics Club is composed of girls who are majoring or minoring in any of the many phases of Home Econo- mics. Meetings are held bimonthly to dis- cuss topics of interest to the members. President Karen Ray Simmons Vice-Pres. Marilyn Kelle Treasurer Pat Williams Secretary Carolyn Jo Kelley Sponsor Mrs. Mary R. Brown First row: Frances Moore, Karen Ray Simmons. Pat Williams., Delores Stallings. Marilyn Kelley, Shelb) Graham, Carolyn Jo Kelley. Second row: Omega Dean. Janet Edrington. Joyce Goode, Donna Moore. Nina Drury. Mary Ann Hearn. Jane Files, Pcggv Atkinson. Third row: Mrs. Marv R. Brown, Pat Alhf, Loretta Grimslcy, Martha Thompson, Ann Matthews. Jamie Johnson. 129 PRESS-GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB First row: Louise Falls, Bill Robinson, L. W. " Tex " Plunkett, Cleatis Ellinghouse. Second row: D. L. Bailey, Tom Manning, Richard Bailey, Cleatus Standfill, Don Huckabee. Members not Shown: Jim McKay, Norman Vickers, Freddie Webb, Mary Frances Lee, Bill Barger, Buddy Brown, Jeanette McCaskill, Carthel Dortch, David Parker. President Bill Robinson Vice-President Clinton Baker Secretary Louise Falls Treasurer Jeanette McCaskill 91.9 CLUB The Ninety-one-nine Club is composed of Radio Newspaper Majors. The Club ' s primary object is to aid in the operation of the College Radio Station, KASU-FM. The Club also holds bimonthly meetings to dis- cuss various problems that arise in the field of Radio Journalism. President Jerry Higgins Vice-Pres. Cleatus Standfill Secretary Freddie Webb Treasurer Louise Falls First row: Jerry Higgins, Don Huckabee, Charles King, Freddie Webb, Louise Falls, Jeanette McCaskill, Gene Rodery, Tommy Siler. Second row: Bill Barger, Richard Trudel, Peter Abbott, Buddy Brown, Bill Lewis, Cleatus Standfill, Tom Manning, Bill Robinson, Mitch Odom. SQUARE DANCE CLUB- First ron ' -. Doyle Lawrence, Wanda Glenn, Carolyn Runsick, Harry Lee Jen- nings, Dee Haney, Charlotte James, Eddie Joe French, Alta Stallings, Guy Brinkley, Frances Brinkley, Frances Franks, Judy Daum, Mrs. McPike. Second row. Jim Petroff, Willie Petroff, Jean McCrady, Sarah Matrix, Donnie Tucker, Bill Ramsey, Ralph Van Cleve, Jim Bradberry, Krnest Hart, Randall Maple, Sylvia Logan, Jo Ann Camp, Patsy Faulkner. President Alta Stallings Vice-President Guy Brinkley Secretary Charlotte James Treasurer Francis Franks PEMM CLUB- The PEMM Club is an organization for the students on campus who are majoring or minoring in Physical Education. The club meets weekly to discuss topics of interest in that field. Sharon Stafford, Treasurer; Jan Button, program chairman; Standing: Jack Thorpe, vice- pres; Alta Stallings, Secretary, and Carvil Trammel, President. I WWW First row. Jo Ann Camp, Richard Reindel, Mary Ellen Garner, Hugh Barnes, Deanna Mussell, Jerry Bishop, Rosalie Gorham, Muthena Naseri, Dana Rhodes. Second row. Beulah Booth, Joe Underwood, Florence Green. Don Hindman, Carolyn Moore, Carvil Trammel, Jan Button, Don Blades, Sharon Stafford, Jack Thorpe, Donna Moore. Third row. Miss Prescott, Bill Cald- well, Charlotte Duniphan, Bob Parker, Kenneth Knight, Glenn Frets, Bill Jones, Ray Smith, Alta Stallings. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ! ASSOCIATION Left to right: Sharon Stafford, Joan Camp, Martha McNeil, Joyce Largent, Virginia Lynch, Janet Hale, Miss Evelyn Prescott, Carolyn Bookout, Mrs. Gladys McPike, Polly Deer, Pat Warner Beulah Booth, Sarah Strickland, Frances Franks, Charlotte James. The Womens Athletic Association is an organiza- tion for all girls who are interested in competitive sports. The club sponsors all girls intramural sports. President Carolyn Bookout Vice-Pres Polly Deer Secretary Janet Hale Sponsors Evelyn Prescott, Gladys McPike First row: Janet Hale, Sharon Stafford, Florence Green, Carolyn Bookout, Nancy Scarborough, Billie Gale, Dana Rhodes. Sec- ond row: Joyce Largent, Pat Warner, Joy Wixson, Jean Worrell, Francis Franks, Charlotte James, Freeda Fagan, Linda Williams, Third row: Gladys McPike, Polly Deer, Oma Nell Wyatt, Nelva Barrett, Syble Foley, Barbara Bradley, Beulah Booth, Evelyn Prescott. Fourth .row: Marietta Carter, Ann Matthews, Kay Stuart, Ann Nicks, Omega Dean, Donna Moore, Janet Hale. Fifth row: Sarah Strickland, Joan Camp, Shelba Lea, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Bonnie Tidwell, Alta Stallings, Pat Cross, Martha McNeil, Ella Lea Wells. Seated, left to right: Sarah Strickland, Lois Ann Gibbs, Wanda Glenn, Francis Franks, Hope Elder, Polly Handley. Miss Peggv Stroud, Charlotte James, Gaylene Houck, Pat Williams, Sylvia Barker, Rosalie Gorham. The A.W.S. Council is an elected group whose chief concern is developing attitudes affecting the standards of conduct for women stu- dents and promotion of social affairs in the interest of all women students. The Highlight of the year was the annual St. Nick dance in December. A. W. S. COUNCIL THE ARKASTATERS The Arkastaters are a group devoted to service to the college. Their main pro- jects for the year have been in assisting with the High School senior day, assisting the S.G.A. with the homecoming activities and conducting elections on the campus. The membership reflects a cross section of the major organizations on the campus. President James McKay Vice-Pres. J. W. Green Secretary Katy Pat Richardson Advisor Mr. Donald Minx First row: Phyllis Bennett, Katy Pat Richardson. Nancy Huhbell, Pat Merritt, Carolyn Pettyjohn, Jane Files. Second row: Frank Huckaha, Carvel Trammel, David Wilbanks, Bill Taylor, Marilyn Reng, Jame s McKay, Leon Grassmeyer, and Mr. Donald Minx. The Baptist Student Union— a Home away from Home. The Baptist Student Union serves as a link between the campus and the local churches. The B.S.U. provides a place for worship, rec- reation, and fellowship. The State B.S.U. convention was held in Jonesboro this year and provided one of the highlights of the year. Devotional periods are held two times a day and many visitors have taken part in these important meetings. Highlights of the year were the Homecoming Talent Show, The " Punkin " Center School Social The Installation Banquet and The annual Sweetheart Banquet. Left to right: Donald Basden, president; Carol Burns, B.S.U. Director; Phyllis Bennett, secretary; Jim Lewis, vice-pres. and Joel Breeding, Treasurer. THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Donald Basden, outgoing president and Frank Huckaba, incoming president, at the annual Installation Banquet. Donald Basden President Jim Lewis Vice President Phyllis Bennett Secretary Joel Breeding Treasurer The Characters in the Pumpkin Center School. Seated: Carol Clever, Charlotte James, Margaret Hart, president; Elwanda Thomas. Standing: Jean McCrady, sec.-treas.; Willard Womack, Pat Alhf, Dr. Homer Huitt, sponsor. The old Wesley Foundation building on Caraway Road. WESLEY FOUNDATION Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Wesley building, which is due to be completed before September. ft lift ft ' 0 First row: Rev. Fletcher Dodson, director; Ruth Lindley, Laura Jean Gurley, Rachael Lewis, Rosalie Gorham, Judy Sanford. Romona Smith, Linda Felts, Sue Brunner, Martha Maxwell, Helen Ann Hale, Elwanda Thomas, Dr. Homer Huitt, sponsor. Second row: Bill Jacohs, Virginia Wineland, Ellen Ray, Hazel Coleman, Carol Clever, Annelle Watson, Lois Smith, Charlotte James, Pa t Alfh, Frances Brinkley, Jean McCrady. Third row: John Adams, Hartland Alexander, Mildred Roberts, Nelda Bar- row, Margaret Hart, Nancy Hearn, Mary Lou Rogers, Dana Rhodes, Glenda Woods. Lamar Davis. Fourth row: Wayne King. Sylvia Barker, Kay Cameron, Sue Maxwell, Genedal Thompson, Lester Yerkes, Larry Powell, Rev. Mitchell Sandford, J. D. Law- rence, Guy Brinkley. CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club is a relig- ious organization for all Episcopal students on campus. The club is newly formed and is destined for a long life at A-State. Front row: Margaret Burnside, Dr. Bart- lam, Rebecca Ramey. Second row: Dale Rush, Ken Kinman, president; Irving Fle- ming. Members not shown: Joe Tayor, Martin Easley, Richard Easley, Joe Hughes, Bob Schriver. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is an oganization for Catholic students on campus. The club meets bimonthly to discuss religious problems which confront the students. Henry Gschwend President Johnnie Merlo Vice-Pres. Lynn Wilcox Rec. Secretary Leonard Pasierb Treasurer Seated: Johnnie Merlo, Henry Gsch- wend, Lynn Wilcox. Standing: Leonard l ' asierb, Joe Jenkins ,nr First row: Rev. Msgr. Donavon, Bernice Jones, Lynn Wilcox, Janie Bianca. Johnnie Merlo, Henry Gshwend, Martin Roy, Rev. b Robert Dagwell. Second roiv: Jimmy Grooms, Tom Stanton, Bill Birksnider, Richard Traverso, Leonard Pasierb, Robert Frappon. Ed Novak, Capt. R. J. Boeckman. Third row: Charles Drozda, Jeff Branham, George Stevens, Malcom Chiles, Carl Bass, Curtis Baltz, Jerry Westfall Robert Ferralasco, Joe Jenkins, Ray Robak. MINISTERS FELLOWSHIP The Ministers fellowship is com- posed of men who are going to col- lege and serving as Ministers for various churches at the same time. They meet twice monthly to dis- cuss problems that arise in their church work. First row: Dr. Huitt, advisor: Marion Parish, James Lewis. Bennie Joe Van Cleve Second row: J. W. Gibbs, J. D. Lawerance, B. G. Crabbe, John Sconce, Charles Holt. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHI ALPHA CHAPTER Chi Alpha is an honorary relig- ious organization for the members of the Assembly of God Church on the campus. The club meets bi- monthly to discuss problems of a religious nature. James Hall President Bland Stout Vice-Pres. Faith Stout Secretary First row: James Hall, Joyce Coffman, Bland Stout, Faith Stout, Gerald Young. Second row: Bob Prope, Carl Redlin, James Toy, Gerald Craig, Aubrey Cole, Billy Williams. TRAVEL CLUB The Travel Club is a new organiza- tion on the campus. It is composed of students who have traveled or who wish to travel. The club meets bi- monthly to discuss various aspects of Worl d travel. First row: Mary Ann Hearn, Suzanne Gould, Martha Harrelson, Louise Davis, Patsy Faulk- ner, Mrs. Wanda Walker. Miss Eleanor Lane. Second row: Don Huckabee. Bob Winemiller, Dr. D. F. Pasmore, Bert Brent, Harry Cot- ham, Sonny Johnson, Mr. Lloyd Herring. Dr. Peter Hilty. First row: Wanda Glenn, Charlotte James, presi- dent; Frances Franks, Vice- P r e s. Second row: Sue Fowler, Marilyn Lutes, Martha Harrilson, Mrs. Rauth. WOMEN ' S NEW DORMITORY COUNCIL WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL ! Hope Elder, Sec.; Saundra Waters, Lois Ann Gibbs, vice-pres.; Barbara Bradley. Second row: Jeannette McCaskill, Anita Toombs, Soc. chairman; Sylvia Barker, Pres.; Sue Maxwell, Kay Cameron, Ann Matthews. LEWIS HALL COUNCIL 138 Joyce Largent, Gaylene Houck, Sec-Treas; Rosalie Gorham, Pres- ident; Sara Strickland, vice-pres. Second row: Linita Wixon, Mau- rine Dobbs, Mrs. McPike, Pat Alhf, Edwanda Thomas. COMMON ' S COUNCIL: Jim Rollins, counselor; Jack Winton, Tommy Slayton, Bob Ellis, Dan Felts, Bob Jetton, Barry Rainey. Second row: Glenn Griffin. Billy Yarnell, Jim Lundberg, Wayne King, Earl Wainscott, Marion Griffin, Howard Jones, Emmett Slayton. BARNHART COUNCIL: Kneeling: Don Cran- cer. Standing: Lyle Dixon, social director; Wayne McElrath, Barney Hoag. DORM COUNCILS: DANNER HALL COUNCIL: First row: Frank Hnckaba, Richard Fromm. Second row: Henry Breeding, Ray Culp, Mrs. Hayes, social director; Bobby Edgcmon. I Jerry Hodge, Nolan Ekler. Third row: Rudy Whiteside Ken Anton, Guy Brinkley, J. W. Green, Leon Coleman, Curtis Baltz, Ed French. COLLEGE CLUB COUNCIL: left to right: Don Strickland. Bub Blankenship, Jay Morgan. John Brown. NEW DORM COUNCIL: First row: Jerry Frankum. Larry James. Fred O. Wagner. Second row: Fred Schuerenberg, Joe Eskridge, Howard Masters, Peter Abbott. SCABBARD AND BLADE The Scabbard and Blade is a National. Hon- orary Military Society composed of advanced ROTC cadets. Members are selected on the bas- is of military leadership and scholastic standing. The Scabbard and Blade joins other Military organizations on the campus in sponsoring the annual Military Ball. Raymond S. Robak Captain Richard L. Grassmeyer 1st Lt. Phillip Easley 2nd Lt. William T. Kendrick 1st Sgt. First row: Phillip Easley, William Kendrick, Leon Grassmeyer, Ray Robak. Second row: Col. Harry Cooper, Jimmy Stallings, McCoy N. London, Jimmy C. Statler, Ronald Masson, Buddy Beck, Ed Smith, Doug Moore, Jim Scherman, Frank Farella, Fred Odom, Ron Lacy, Maj. Bruce U. Crosier. Third row: Jim McKay, Ivor Manderson, Billy Winford, Lawrence L. Wood, Gerald Dudley. PERSHING RIFLES The Pershing Rifles is a National Hon- orary Military Society composed of basic ROTC students. An annual banquet is held in the spring of the year for the mem- bers and their dates. The Pershing Rifles also help sponsor the Military Ball. Jerry Roberts Captain Clinton Baker Executive Officer Mark Roberts 5-2 Harvey Seymour 5-1 Doug Booth 5-3 W. L. Gillespie 5-4 Charles Weidman 1st. Sgt. First row: Capt. Pritchard, Carl Butt, Jerry Roberts, Clinton Baker. Second row: Wayne Roberts, Harvey Seymour, Doug Booth, W. L. Gillespie, Capt. Boeckman. Third row: David Goff, William Jessup, Larry Ball, Kenneth Camp, Bob Bevins, Kenneth 140 Carter, Curtis Saunders, Charles Huffer, Bobby Edgmon, George Bergjer. Fourth row: Jim Young, Jim Stogsdill, Raymond Roush, Bob Ellis, C. H. Colvin, Pat McAdams, Larry Coffer, Bob Meeks, Jim Haskell. Fifth row: Randell Ford, Frank Matt- hews, Les Yerkes, James Dubus, Claude Thomas, Robert Worley, Billy Yarnell, Bill Wyatt, Bob Hope, Charles Weidman. DRILL TEAM The drill team is composed ol boys w ho are noted lor iheii precision march- ing. The group is well known throughout Northeast Aik;ms;is and have appeal ed in many parades in the surrounding area. . • v , — First row: Jimmy Miles, Curtis Sanders, Raymond Zachery, Randy Maple, Asa Stewart, Billy Jones, Lynn Hagg. Doug Moore. Second row: Jim Bradberry, Lawrence Wood, Billy Yarnell, Marvin Allen, Edwin Evans, B. C. Ellis, Wayne Robinson, Charles Weidman. Third row: William Davis, Larry Ball, Donnie Tucker, Richard Ford, Frank Matthews, Ralph Van Cleve, P. Y. McAdams. HONORARY CADETS The Honorary Cadet Officers are chosen by a vote of the students taking Military Science. Each company of the organization elects the girl of their choice. Appointments are made known each spring at the " Military Ball " . Pin His Bennett Barbara Helms Sandy Myers Pat Merritt Nancy Hubbell MEN ' S RIFLE TEAM The men ' s rifle team is composed of members of Arkansas State ' s ROTC Unit. The team competes with various other colleges in the state for the coveted Governors Cup each year at Little Rock. First row: Sgt. George Robinson, Franklin Matthews, Asa Stewart, William Shoffner, James Snell, Ronald Parker, John Burns, Richard Cantwell, Dwight Talbert, Kenneth Altom, Jim Taylor. Second row: Willard Womack, Ralph Van Cleve, L. L. Wood, Otis Adams, George Turner, Norman Ward, ; Charles Holbrook, Bob Clements, Thomas Lawson, Emmett: Slayton, James Hays, William Wyatt, Lester Yerkes, Lt. Robert Snow. Mr. Richard Schall, director; and Miss Jane Keller, ac- com panist. THE ARKETTES The Arkettes are a talented group of ASC ' s finest Co-Eds. The group is well known throughout Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. The group is composed of young ladies who like to sing. During the past year, the group made many appearances before the business people of Jonesboro, went on a tour of High Schools in this area, and appeared on a Memphis Television station. Left to right: Mr. Richard Schall. Marilyn Guarr. Frances Moore, Sue Blackwood, Laura Jean Gurlev, Marilyn Kellcv. Mary Margaret Smith, Wanda Bynum. Lou L. Staples, Jape Files, Lois Ann Gibbs, Carolyn Jo Kelley. Norma Shields, Peggy Rain- water, and Jane Keller, accompanist. 143 The ArkaStatesmen Quartet: Sharon Faulkner. Charles Butler, Frank Haygood, Jerry Roberts 144 row: John N. Maharg, Martha Maxwell, Patricia Burden, Ottolene Jones, Barbara Helms, Carol Clever, Jane Files, Mar- garet Hart, Ann Vance, Sue Maxwell, Phyllis Campbell, Doris Blanchard, Marian Powell, Norma Jean Smith, Barbara Shirley. Donna Butler. Second row: Peggy Rainwater, Patricia Williams, Jane Keller, Barbara Bums Sue Blackwood, Marilyn Griffin, Sarah Mattix, Carol Copeland. Laura Gurley, Lois Ann Gibbs, Mildred Johnson, Linda Covington, Rachel Lewis, Sue Ann Fri- dcnberg. Third row: Robert Yates, Carl Butts, James Harris, Sharon Faulkner, Norton Wilson, Bob Schriver, Jerry Roberts, Franklin Haygood, Fred Turner, Charles Butler, Charles Weidman. Fourth row: Bill Jacobs, Richard Rusnak, Jimmy Howell. Donald Bailey, Danny Bosche, Markham Howe, Jim Maze, James Stogsdill, Wayne Starnes, George Amos. First roit : Carl Cicero, Bill Jacobs. Robert Yates. Richard Rusnak, Sharon Faulkner, Charles Butler, Ann Vance, accompanist; Frank Haygood, Jerry Roberts, Markham Howe, James Stogsdill, Donald Bailey, George Amos. Second row. J. D. McDonald. Warren O ' Daniel, James Howell, Wayne Castleberry, Norton Wilson, Bob Schriver, Pharis Edwards, Jerry McKenzie, Carl Butts. James Dubus, John N. Maharg. JoL (Yd c L THE ARKASTATESMEN The Arkastatesmen is a men ' s choral organization. The group was first formed in 1955, when a group of young men started meet- ing to sing just for singing ' s sake. Since then, the group has become known as one of the finest singing groups that ever gr?ced the campus of Arkansas State College. Ulkli AS€ SINGERS The ASC Singers is Arkansas State ' s Mixed Choir. The group made several appearances throughout the state at High Schools, Educators Meetings, and ' Colleges. The Singers also appeared on television this spring. The Arkansas State College Marching Band is a group of Musicians who are famous throughout the Mid-South for their precision drill during the half time shows at A-State ' s football games. The Marching Indians appeared at various High School Football games during the fall to put on marching exhibitions. The Band was also featured at the Nationally known " National Cotton Picking Contest " which was held in Blytheville, Arkansas, early last fall. The Band is under the direction of Donald Minx, associate profess- or of music. Mr. Minx is assisted by Norman Todenhoft. The Band annually takes several tours through- out the Mid-South, appearing at various High Schools. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Pat Alhf Carolyn Bookout Barbara Bradley Virginia Brewer Nancy Brown Jan Button Carol Copeland Pat Cross Polly Deer Marilyn DeLozier Maurine Dobbs Jo Dodd Jane Files Syble Foley Barbara Franklin Phyllis Futrell Lois Gibbs Janet Hale Margaret Hart Jenny Henderson Linda Loftin Virginia Lynch Jean McCrady Martha McNeil Patricia Merritt Sharon Stafford Lou Staples Judy Staggs Kay Stuart Wanda Tate Elwanda Thomas Patricia Warner Ella Lea Wells Jane White Peggy Wilbanks Sally Wilmoth PLEDGES Phyllis Bennett Mary Ann Bivens Marsha Clark Loretta Coleman Betty Lynn Herndon Marion Hughen Frances Moore Peggy Rainwater Beverly Ann Smith Mary Margaret Smith Jean Worrell Mrs. Lou Nedrow Alumna Advisor Elwanda Thomas Peggy Wilbanks Pat Cross Carol Copeland Kay Stuart Corresponding Secretary 1st Vice President President 2nd Vice President Recording Secretary Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority was founded at Syracuse University under the direction of Dr. VVellesley F. Coddington on May 30, 1904. It has been a leading Greek organization since that time. The Epsilon Zeta Chapter of the Alpha Gamma Delta was the first national sorority on the campus of ASC. It was founded on May 8, 1948, when two local sororities, Delta Beta Chi and Alpha Tau Zeta, combined their membership. Phyllis Ford, who had worked long and hard for the merger, was elected the sorority ' s first president. The Annual Alpha Gamma Delta Talent Show is the Alpha Gam highlight of the year. Proceeds from this activity go to the School for Cerebral Palsied children at Jackson, Arkan- sas. Other events of the school year were the Christmas party, where the tree was decorated with dollars for the school at Jackson and a Valentine party at the school. All of these were undertaken to further the Altruistic project — helping cerebral palsied children. Taking an active interest in campus activities, the sorority received honorable mention for its homecoming display and was the only sorority to place in the contest. The Epsilon Zeta chapter was awarded the Silver Tray for having the highest scholastic standing in the Epsilon Province for the past three years. The Sorority also took second place in the intramural softball tourna- ment. ALPHA PI CHAPTER %■ ALPHA 0MICR0NP1 Sylvia Barker Sissy Bednar Janie Bianca Ann Bishop Delia Sue Blackwood Etta Lee Booth Barbara Burns Kay Cameron Mary Jewell Ellis Rosalie Gorham Shelby Graham Carolyn Harlan Sandra Hines Mar Sue Huston Alice Jarvis Mariel Johnson Dana Johnston Jamie Johnston Rose Kinman Norma Lanier Ruby Lanier Jackie Layton Rachel Lewis Ann Matthews Sarah Mattix Martha Maxwell Sue Maxwell Sandra Meyers Deanna Mussell Jane Potter Marilyn Reng Anne Samuels Rebecca Sharp Sarah Bob Stilwell PLEDGES Wilma Bullington Charlotte Duniphan Louise Falls Mary Ellen Garner Marilyn Guarr Barbara Helms Betty Love Irwin Geneva King Rebecca Ramey Dana Rhodes Martha Sharp Romona Smith Mrs. Paul Couch Alumna Advisor Ann Bishop Marilyn Reng Rose Kinman Rosalie Gorham Jackie Layton Treasurer Vice President President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority was founded by Jessie Wallace Hughan, Elizabeth Heywood Wyman, Stella Stern Perry and Helen St. Clair at Barnard College in New York on January 2, 1897. The Sigma Omicron chapter was founded at Arkansas State on February 27, 1949 under the leadership of Jo Ann Baker. Since that time, the sorority has been a leader in campus activities. Each year Alpha Omicron Pi undertakes various projects for worthwhile charity organi- zations. One of these projects is the annual " All Greek Songfest " , in which a trophy is awarded to the Greek organization who has the best vocal group on campus. Proceeds from this activity go to the Heart Fund. Other projects which were undertaken by the sorority this year were the selling of Mums at Homecoming, Dyeing Easter eggs for the annual Easter egg hunt for the children of Jonesboro and contributing to the National AOPi project, Frontier Nursing. The Highlight of the Alpha Omicron Pi year came when the chapter held its annual " Rose Ball " , a Formal dance. The theme for this year ' s dance was " Stardust " . Other Sorority activities for the year included the chapter ' s spring picnic and its annual " Spring Dance " The AOPi ' s along with the Sigma Pi ' s won the Phi Mu Playhouse for the second year. PHI Mil JL. JL ▼ JL. JoAnn Allison Glenda Crittenden Sarah Gillespie Molly Graham Laura Gurley Polly Handley Helen Hale Gaylene Houck Nancy Hubbell Jackie Hunn Harrie Leigh Jenning Sandra Johnson Millie Johnston Pe ggy J ones Marilyn Kelley Ruth Lindley Brenda McClearn Ellen Ray Karen Ray Nancy Scarborough Barbara Shirley Sarah Strickland Anita Talbot Anita Toombs Ann Vance Joan Willis Virginia Wineland PLEDGES Peggy Atkinson Karole Bollinger Pat Browning Linda Crews Anna Beth Croshwait Hope Elder Catherine Fowler Sue Friedenberg Florence Green Esther Harnden Gail Johnson Carolyn Kelley Betty Mitchener Barbara Peters Judith Sanford Glenda Shelton Joan Shelton Thelma Tiden Julie Treece Judy Wheeler Judy Wright Mrs. Barbara Broadway Alumna Adi ' isor Laura |ean Gurley Polly Handley Millie Johnson Glenda Crittenden Virginia Wineland Secretary Vice President President Treasurer Pledge Director Phi Mu Fraternity was founded on March 4, 1852 at Wesleyan College. It is the second oldest sorority in the nation. The Epsilon Delta Chapter of Phi Mu was founded at Arkansas State in 1950 under the leadership of Ellen Williams, the sorority ' s first president. Other girls who played key roles in founding the chapter were Jackie White, June Harrington, Martha Hobson, and Jamasena Mays. Sorority projects have been closely related to service for children. The sorority contributes to a toy cart at St. Bernard ' s hospital and the proceeds from the annual Phi Mu Playhouse go to child care. The pledge project for the year was assisting disabled veterans in the sell- ing of poppies. The Sorority sponsors the annual Phi Mu Playhouse every year. This activity gives Arkan- sas State ' s Amateur thespians a chance to get into the limelight. Each of A-State ' s seven Greek organizations and the Association of Independent Students compete in this event. Epsilon Delta Chapter of Phi Mu walked away with all three awards at the district con- vention this year. The sorority awards were outstanding chapter of the district, scholarship, and EPSILON DELIA CHAPTER PI KAPPA AlPHA Gary Bailey William Baker Bill Barger Floyd Barnhill Bobby Bennett James Billings Jerry Blackwood Carl Breznick Vernon Brown James Browning Johnny Browning Glenn Brydon Ralph Childs Howard Cissell Bill Compton Bill Cooper Paul Covington Sammy Davis Sharon Faulkner Boyd Garner Charles Gibbs Clyde Glass Nickey Goatcher J. W. Green Jimmy Grooms Jerry Halsell Dan Harnden Bob Hayes Frank Huckaba Larry Hughes Henry Jones Larry James Bill Jennings Roland King Kenneth Knight Pete Lesmeister Jim McDaniel Ronnie Merguie Elbert Mitchell Bob Parker James Pickens Gene Roberts Terry Robinson Johnny Rogers Billy Ross Jimmy Smith Jack Thorpe Bill Tyer Fred O. Wagner David Wilbanks Jimmy Willett Bob Winemiller Winford Williams Scottie Williams PLEDGES Johnny Barber Thomas Beene Jerry Caldwell John Coffey Glynn Frets John Galling Lance Hanshaw Robert Hughes Joe Mayo Donald Miller Coy Peeper Michael Rice Edward Shaw Harry Shearin Jerry Smith James Stogsdill Bill Trail Ben Young Dan Harnden Secretary, 1st semester Dr. Warren W. Nedrow Alumni Sponsor Bill Barger Vice President, 1st semester Johnny Browning President, 1st semester David Wilbanks Bob Winemiller Jerry Halsell President, 2nd semester Vice President, 2nd semester Secretary, 2nd semester The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded on the campus of the University of Virginia on March 1st, 1868. It is a member of " The Virginia Circle " of Greek Letter organizations. The Delta Theta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was chartered at Arkansas State College on March 13, 1948. Men who were instrumental in securing the charter were Dr. W. W. Nedrow, Billy Ruddell, Byron Curtner, Roy Adkins, and Jeff Smith. Billy Vern Ruddell was elected the first president of the organization. Since its charter Pi Kappa Alpha has won many awards for outstanding work on and off the campus. The organization participates in all activities that the school offers and many others. In the ten years that Pi Kappa Alpha has been on campus it has won some twenty first prize trophies and awards. These were won from activity in intramurals, talent shows, song fests, homecoming displays and others. Among the fraternity ' s most coveted awards is the All Greek Scholarship trophy which is presented each year to the Greek Organization with the highest scholastic average. Pi Kappa has won this award five out of the last six years. The Pikes have dominated the intramural sports scene for the past two years. During the 1956-57 school year, the Pikes won the football, basketball, swimming, and softball champion- ships. The club ' s volleyball team placed second in competition. DELTA THETA CHAPTER 157 SIGMA PHI EPSILON John Babb Donald Bailey Benny Bell Joel Breeding Otha Bunch Tommy Butcher Walter Carpenter Frank Chiles Malcolm Chiles Carl Cicero David Craig Harold David David Duvall Bob Ellington Robert Eskridge Gerald Foley Neal Gregory Jon Keller Tom Kennedy Bobby Legg Harold McDaniel Jim McKay Jerry McKenzie Jim Martin D. A. Miller Ronnie Miller Douglas Moore Lanier Moore Dan Odell Leonard Pasierb Barry Rainey Gordon Reese Fred Schurenberg Albert Sharp Jim Shelton Jim Stafford Jim Stallings Virgil Stefanic James Tharrett Carvil Trammell Jimmy VanBibber Dudley Wall Sammy Weems John Whidden Charles Wineland Wiley Yarbrough PLEDGES James Benetz Joseph Bergschneider Sam Cicero John Clark Eddie Fleeman Cecil Garner John Graham Donald Hailey Sherland Hamilton Otis Hamilton James Hendrix Larry Holcomb Robert Hope Jimmy Howell Charles Huffer Clois Kirklin Lex Rhodes Curtis Sanders Curtis Wallace Norton Wilson Jackie Winton 7 i Jim Stafford Historian Donald Bailey Vice President Lloyd Haring Alumni Advisor Jim Stallings President Tom Kennedy Secretary Jim Shelton Comptroller The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity was founded in 1901 on the campus of the University of Virginia. It is also a member of " The Virginia Circle " of Greek organizations. The Arkansas Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on the campus of Arkansas State in 1955. The organization had been known as the Pyramid Club before that time. Individuals who played an important part in the founding of the organization were Bill Keith, Donald Bailey, Bobby Legg, Eugene Stillions, John Whitten, Bill Clark, and Mr. Lloyd Haring. Since its charter was granted, Sigma Phi Epsilon has become one of the leading organi- zations on the campus of Arkansas State, both from the social and scholastic standpoint. The chapter won the All Greek Scholastic Trophy for the fall semester. The Sig Eps sponsor two dances each year, one formal dance, The Queen of Hearts Ball, and one costume dance, The Bootlegger ' s Brawl. Both dances are gala events of the school year. Highlighting the Sigma Phi Epsilon year was the Fraternity ' s District Seven Leadership school which was held on the A-State Campus, March 1st. Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapters from a three state area attended the leadership school. The Queen of Hearts Ball was held March 2 and brought a stylish end to the activities. The Sig Eps, as a worthwhile project, helped with the Craighead and Greene County Heart Funds this year. The members of the Fraternity covered the rural areas around Jonesboro and Paragould for contributions. SIGMA PI 6 Buddy Beck Benny Bradshaw Larry Campbell Leland Crook Donald Dunn pi p Roy Davis Charles Files Randall Fore Jerry Frankn Bob Gray Martin Gray m Billy Harris Jerry Haynes Don Hindman Cecil Jernigan Billy Jones Randall Lacy Alfred Marotti r F- -J L 1 r I JBL. Benny McAtee Ron Metcalf Ron Mitchell Charles Moody Jim Nelson David Parker Lloyd Phillips Johnny Poag Max Powell Ron Proctor Benny Pulliam Joe Rauls Don Riggs Torn Shannon Ed Smith James Snell Jim Statler Joe Taylor Russell Thomason Tommy Thorne Bobby Tucker Joe Underwood Norman Ward Kenneth Watson Bert Wright, Jr. Wayne Zaricor PLEDGES Jerry Arant Damon demons Ray Culp Gerald Dudley Bill English Jasper Hunter Ronald Kitchen Larry Lillard Herschell Love Joe Hayden Charles Layne Jerry McSpadden Milburn Moore Thomas Paul Carroll Leon Rhodes John S. Robbins Mark Roberts Thomas Stegall Don Toombs Jerry Watson Ronnie Wilkerson Dallas Wood The Alpha Pi Chapter of the Sigma Pi Fraternity was granted a charter on March 4, 1948 to become the first National Fraternity on the Campus of ASC. Until that time the organiza- tion had operated as Zeta Tau Zeta, a local fraternity. The Fraternity elected Bob Wilmoth, who had been active in gaining the national charter, as its first president. Other members who played an important part in the activation of the organization were Bob Ferralasco, Charles Watson, John Easley, Dan Burge, Donald Baker and Joe Snodgrass. Since the granting of its charter the Alpha Pi Chapter has been very active in college and student activities. The Fraternity has rolled up an impressive record in all phases of campus life, scholastic and socially. When this copy went to press, which was around March 15, the Sigma Pi ' s were undefeated in intramural Football, Basketball, and Volleyball. The Social Eyents for the Sigma Pi ' s this year were The Frontier Ball, where the Wild West ruled for a night, and the Orchid Ball, the crowning of their sweetheart was the major event at this formal dance. The Sigma Pi Fraternity has been responsible for many improvements around the campus. Each semester, a project is picked by the Pledge Class. In the past two semesters, the Sigma Pi Pledge class has been responsible for several sidewalks and benches which now dot the campus. ALPHA PI CHAPTER TAU KAPPA EPSILON Sonny Ashby Linden Allison Eddie Barber Ralph Buhrmester Doyle Burke Wayne Castleberry Jackie Catt Bill Curzon Jon Curzon E. T. Daniels Jim Danley David Day Nolan Eckler Ronald Ford Sonny Ford W. L. Gillespie Gerald Glascoe Allen Grace Robin Hagaman Freddy Herndon Bob Hix Wayne Hodges Winford Holloway Don Huckabee Bill Hughes Bob James G. E. James Ronald James Joe Jenkins Walter Kersch Miller King J. D. McDonald Claude Manderson Gerald Marlar Mitch Odom George Osborn Sonny Park Roger Pickler Gary Powers Cecil Province Bob Schriver Jim Schimmings Harvey Seymour Nick Stephens Walter Strong Charley Thornton Bill Tucker Lynn Tyus George Vandegrift Jack Welch Bill Wehhans Kenneth White Billy Winford Larry Zabrowski PLEDGES Douglas Burgess Kenneth Carter Gary Cavenor Ben Chandler Donald De Armon Donald Freeman Jerry Frie Richard Husky Roy Kleffer Farrell Lewallen Jerry McAlister Robert Masters Don Maupin Billy Rankin James Rhodes Andrew Rusnak Ronald Vick Norman Ward Allen Grace Treasurer Harvey Seymour Vice President Colonel George Peek Alumni Advisor Robin Hagaman President William L. Gillespie Secretary Jim Dan ley Pledge Trainei The Beta Psi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was granted a charter on March 6, 1949. It had operated for a number of years as a local fraternity bearing the name Delta Omega Sigma. Individuals who played an important part in the founding of the organization were James Sloan, who later became the Fraternity ' s first president, Ned Penny, Edwin Mathis, Dallas Wright, and Denver Patrick. Since that time, Tau Kappa Epsilon has played an important role in campus life at Arkansas State, taking part in all college activities and serving the people of Jonesboro in every way possible. Each year The Beta Psi Chapter sponsors the " Teke Finger Bowl " , when the Tekes chal- lenge the Intramural Football Champions. All the trimmings of the Rose Bowl are transported to A-State for this event. A parade through the entire campus highlights the morning activities. The Finger Bowl takes place in the afternoon, with the Tekes running roughshod over all competition. The TEKES, always active in all phases of campus life, placed first in the Homecoming Display competition and placed second in the Intramural Football League. The organization also collected toys for the Goodfellows at Christmas. These toys were given to the underprivileged children of Jonesboro. " The Festival of The Red Carnation " on April 15 brought a highly successful year to a close for Tau Kappa Epsilon. BETA PSI CHAPTER VETERANS CLUB n Neal Able Millard Allisoi D. L. Bailey Ted Bailey, Jr i Eugene A. Ballard f Lavern Ballard Curtis Baltz Lloyd Brown Vance Brown David Calhoun John Campbell r ; . 1 . if n ft HiHII Hk IHHi o O | t m 1 1 ' • fjJHi ft H H 6 h 1 r William Carter R. C. Casey Eugene Clayton Jimmy Clement William Cook Oliver Coppedge Charles Drye Macon Faulkner Robert Fielder Franklin Forester Jimmy French Thomas French Johnny Fuller Glenn Griffin Henry Gschwend James Howell Bill Jacobs Darrell Johnson James King Alfred Lindsey Sammy Lingo Charles Long James Lundberg Tom L liter Jim McCord W. H. McDaniel Jack Mann Bobby Miller Talmadge Nugent James Price Jackie Pylant Raymond Ray Jim Reindl Charles Richards Ronald M. Slayton George Smith Billy Spikes James Stephens Shirl Strauser James Sumnar Billy Taylor Billy Thomas Franklin Thomas Edward Turner Gerald Wilson James Wimberly Robert Wood Robert Yates 168 Colonel Harry B. Cooper Advisor Eugene Ballard Robert Yates Tom French James Wimberly Alfred Lindsey 2nd Vice President 1st Vice President President Secretary Treasurer The Veterans Club was organized in September of 1956 under the leadership of Harold Davis, who later became the club ' s first president. Other individuals who played an important part in the club ' s organization were Tom French, Darrell Johnson, Bob Fielder, Duke Faulk- ner, Jim Stephens, Robert Yates and Ronald Slayton. Since its organization, the club has played an important part in the campus life at Arkansas State. Among its many projects to help the college in any way possible has been a sign at the entrance of A-State, built by the members of the club. The club also poured concrete sidewalks in Indian Village. The Veterans Club also maintains a blood bank at St. Bernard ' s Hospital which is used by the hospital in charity cases. The Veterans Club sponsors one formal dance a year. This is the annual " Stardust Ball " which is held in December. 1957 was the first year that the Vets had competed with the other organizations on campus in intramural activity, the Club ' s football team took third place in the intramural league. 169 PANIIELLEN1C COUNCIL I he Panhelleni ( iouni il is com- posed ol representatives from each oi Aikans, is Slate ' s three Sororities. Sororit) policies and standards are maintained through the efforts of this group. THE JUNIOR PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Junior Panhellenic Council is a new organization on the cam- pus. It is composed of Pledge s from ea Ii ol the three Sororities on Cam- pus. Its purpose is to coordinate activities foi the Pledges ol the Greek organizations. First row: Pat Cross, Rose Kinman, Mildred Johnson, Jackie Layton, Polly Handley. Sec- ond row: Miss Stroud, sponsor; Marilyn Reng. Ann Vance, Carolyn Bookout, Peggy il hanks. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council is com- posed of the presidents and one member from each of A-State ' s lour Fraternities. The organization ' s aim is the coordina- tion of the Fraternities on campus. Lonnie 1 ' at Smith, Rachel Lewis, Anita Toombs, Kay Cameron. Scum, I row: Beverly Clark, Barbara Bradley, Sue Maxwell, Ellen Ray, Lois Ann Gibbs. Left to right: Johnny Browning, David Wilhanks, Carvil Trammel. Dean Moore, advisor, Robin Hagerman. Jim Stallings, James Buffington, Nolan F.cklcr, Tom Shannon. Ruth Jim and, Carolyn " - — -p- .„ ,,,., L ; VdJ I % 25 W Jack and Pat Don Bailey Ray Robak WHO ' S Johnny Browning AMERICAN Charley Thornton Jim Buffing ton Sonny 1 ' ark COLLEGES 180 WHO Dave W ' illkmks Robert Yates and UNIVERSITIES LUME XXXII COLLEGE, ARKA Reng ' j ed Sum ter Loi Bill Robinson Co-Editor its. Anna mother o it of Arka ye [k f |n. On the trip to An seven weeks in a , arsons had to take Id and dishes with thgi lire trip. i.nna Marie Si in G.JM Cletis Ellinghouse Co-Editor r ET3 fc h( A While every Arkansas Si State College Herald " and Department of Radio ?nnel of these c| jrald " and th idents. ion as one [work on arl Ints for the I [these, report! eir Then ids anai ee tas 3 jfl Jf . N n The nouse kal ir two daughters, M: -bara, left Monday aft ux Rapids to attend the i Students, faculty and mjg board of trustees., ite College are ident loan fund , med in honor , irie Severson R n Tonight Mary Frances Lee Society Editor P Louise Falls Society Editor uardsmi 9 Sumi f Two Arkansas S| lard unit, 1, plans to apment by two special pullman ns, Major Ray House, excutive By Huckabee and Shirley knight is the final presentation by the Arrowhead Players of " Guest louse, " a three-act comedy-drama by Hagar Wilde and Dale nn time is 8 o ' clock. he House " is the story of a typ family, until a visitor comes to isguise of sweet- j the danger to a family that is pre- confusioiwuicLUented by the characters. realize the significance nts are admitted free to t production on their activity Also, instructors aaiL-lkeir are admitted free passes. For others purchased at the do Directed By This will be t production on the It is directed by quired drama din Mr. Day plans to do " The Glass :c lonoran m [-five young I were nominated and the l 1 % the highest number of votes til announced at the Militar |f Thursday night. The coeds nominated p Phyllis Bennett of Jonesboro a |la, Miss. m ro, Man A tttle Roclift Be th of Black Oak, Wfi 7 f Mountain View, Iflfi owning of Richlanc jy Deer of Blythevil! were Charlotte Du jee, Mo., lane Fi Mary Ellen Gari Barbara Helms of fillie Johnston of i latthews of Imbode Mo ' oplai Mar Lind; Anne Scarbor Bart Stagg of well of Tj Lai iett, lli r ' snoro, Is me ife character agnize as a i come into their life. Cruelty ion one gets tective feeling S w 1 ' but soon becomes apparent that at heart she is selfish, conniving, and generally Notches in Spivak ' s musi ?Oh rVntnrv-Fnx ' s ouse STATE COLLEGE HERALD STAFF DUMBER laplaine has i ' pnt chairman Jeech festival that will be held April 7-11. I T Each year a student is picked as I f l | student chairman to assist ' ! : ' ' " - ' ictor in charge of tl D. L. Bailey Editorial Editor truct 4 V itmen lan Ba f ' V or educat Simpson ' s wcabulary and Miss Barton under the direction supervisor of in- State De n res wol with I luckabec and Mr. Steelm; includes Frank Huckaba of C Trough, Joan Freeze of Jonesboi Laura Gurley of Caraway, aij L jry Ginger of Lake City. peech festival is an annJ Arkansas State sponsorJ xirtment of languages arl ' The festival is on a cor s i s with all campus c is being invited to ent ging is done on a poii number of points d| " vent, hy is awarded ' pt has the la . An indivi u to the p vin each a» wcamer pey M liil iMM I - In the I K Xu " The JlectSrSnHR? , " Academ f in Primary Reading for T !° piC ° ' One to Three. " thc last me Barton, in the mnrnim, will ! lon - fude, and help J ,iscuss the t with a group of " " M ' y of Rector vdebat rea Ktempor •Unne sa •afl Dec Haney Business Manager 2 Mid-Tennfi Join Forir !n Grctdufft Two mi the Readi, be " Some Ways to aching of Reading, " as announced. L. W. " Tex " Plunkett Adxnsor Debate Team wl D - 1 ferman L. J sor of cheirjl Jerry McbB completed Jffl College Yu for a ye;, ' Walls , « L . 1 " mpctitive ehtrafff HH be held in tr the final nigl r-he participant he contestant ' shaking wi Every on wged t •pst d i iletion wwn IK! .ill 1 The Keynoters brought down the house at the Talent show. Wonder where she picked up that mean lookin ' hombre? Ill It! Hill 4 t V, The old grads sign up for the homecoming Activities. i Hill if Alpha Gam alumnae VvmiMllULUJl ■ 39HHH p 1 j Basket-ball games wouldn ' t be the same without these two The Sig Eps get ready for their " Queen Of Hearts " Ball SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS Arvin Arthum Sam Austin Richard Bailey Delbert Baker Jackie Ballard Leon Bankston Buffalo, Wyoming Bald Knob Chaffe, Mo. Lake City Walnut Ridge Kennett, Mo. Johnny Barber Eugene Benefield James Benetz Alverna Biddle Jerry Bishop William Boling Lowell Bowden Lee Allen Bowman John Boyd Geneva Brannon Charles Buchanan Mary Lee Cadwell Oil Trough Senath, Mo. Pine Bluff Bay Cardwell, Mo. Paragould Paragould Monette Leachville Lepanto Hardy Pocahontas Max Carter Richard Case Carroll Childress Sam Cicero Sara Coke Thomas Collier Robert Cook Jackie Crawford Don Cruce Jimmy Cude Mary Ann Deck Frankie DeFries Lake City Locust Grove Paragould Pine Bluff Sallis, Miss. Caraway Jonesboro Datto W. Helena Black Rock Glen Allen, Mo. Monette Jame Caldwell Drum Advance, Mo Charles Evans Jonesboro Kenneth Evans Bono Jerry Felts Paragould Eddie Fleeman Senath, Mo. Franklin Fletcher Paragould LeVora Ford Blytheville Jimmy French Jonesboro George Fritts Dexter, Mo. David Garihan Trumann Jake Garrison Blytheville Husam Ghalib Baghadad, Iraq Albert Gibson Martha Gillespie Ruby Goforth Julia Green Morton Hammett Billy Harris Harrisburg Jonesboro Parma, Mo. Hoxie Jonesboro Matthews, Mo. r ill i i i 4Kb Am V i 1 1 ' ' Jill ft 9 c Is © 1 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS f Wayne Hill John Hoggard Charles Holladay Wayne Honeycutt James Howell Betty Irwin Noel Jackson Alice Lee Jarvis Dallas Johnson Marvin Johnson Robert Kelley Jackie Kilgore Junious Kirkland Clois Kirklin Ronald Kitchen Therril Knowlton Jimmy Lamberth Nola Helen Langley Bay Greenway Paragon Id Blytheville Luxora Trumann Jonesboro Newport Newport Hoxie Caraway Caraway Trumann Rector Jonesboro Corning Jonesboro Bono Bert Launius Don LeMay Larry Lillard Charles Long Leaotta Anne Long Kenneth Lorance John Luzietti Jerry McAlister Audrey Marshall Roland Mathis Lewis Mayo Rector Alicia Marked Tree Batesville Bay Jonesboro Humnoke Cash Caraway Jonesboro Blytheville Leon Meador James Miles Joy Sue Minor Betty Mitchener Andy Morris Jake Morse Bobby Moxley Wilford Neal Samuel Nugent Rufus Organ Edward Pannell William Parker Tarell Parrish James Patrick Johnny Phillips Charley Prater Natalie Pruett Robert Puckett Cash Brookland Tyronza Doniphan Little Rock, Ark. Osceola Caraway Earle Walnut Ridge Earle Marmaduke Harrisburg McDougal Marked Tree Cherry Valley Walnut Ridge ' Rector Walnut Ridge SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS Jerry Ragsdell Paragould W. H. Ray Marmaduke Joyce Richardson Lepanto James Ridgeway Courtland, Miss. Bernice Riherd Luxora Karl Rudi Paragould Edra Rudloff Walnut Ridge Barbara Rutherford Batesville Arthur St. James Jonesboro Jimmy Scott Parkin Paul Shafer Crawfordsville Albert Sharp Saffell Martha Sharp Parkin Glenda Shelton Manila John Sherman Nettleton John Shoemaker Peach Orchard, Mo. James Simpkins Jonesboro Bobbie Simpson Luxora Jesse Smith Portageville, Mo. Mary Smith Blytheville Ginger Sparks Jonesboro Jim Ray Sparks Maiden, Mo. Louise Speed Jonesboro Lloyd Stotts Lake City Donald Stueve Mehlville, Mo. Norma Suess Cardwell, Mo. Freddy Taylor Jonesboro Tommy Taylor Earle Franklin Thomas Jonesboro Billy Thornton Walnut Ridge Lloyd Todd Jonesboro Ina Grace Tyler Pocahontas Thomas Vangilder Marmaduke Jewel Vann Sikeston, Mo. Richard Vaughn Cardwell, Mo. Jerry Watson Marked Tree James Weaver Trumann Martha White Blytheville Orbe Whitlock Senath Harold Wiginton Memphis, Tenn. Ronnie Wilkerson Gideon, Mo. Carolyn Williams Rector Frances Williams Alicia Jimmy Wilson Jonesboro George Wood Trumann James Wooldridge Marmaduke Judith Wright Manila Robert Youngblood Sardis, Miss. ... O P 4MB ■ V.« IBUMHH I OOTBALL AS.C. 13 CL.S.C 15 tf.5X. 13 tf.5C. 31 CL.S.C. 19 CSX. 11 tf.5X. SX. 13 I SCORE BOAR JPJorcnce 13 Mississippi fa 7 JLomSurn.a. reck £5 Xermessee JWk 7 COACHES CO-CAP TAINS-Jim Scherman and Frank Farella 210 Freshman Coach Billy Templeton, Trainer Bobby Denton, Head Coach Gene Harlow, Backfield Coach King Block, Line Coach Jesse Johnson Front Roiu: Left to Right — Winford, Grassmeyer, West, Cissell, Robak, Farella, Scherman, Romeo, Bramlett, Rol)inson, Ridge- way, Caldwell, Riggs. Second Row. Clark, Mathis, Gibbs, Erwin, Rhodes, Branham, Vick, Steed, Stallings, Rhodes, Miller, Ek- mark, Carter, Perkins. Third Row: Manderson, Rankin, Burgess, Reeves, Arant, Neff, Kersh, Carmack, Zabrowski, McKay, Shearin, Drozda, Graham. Fourth Row: Sims, Kitchen, Parlapandies, Billings, McSpadden, Gregory, Poag, Porter, Block, John- son, Denton, Templeton, HarloVv. Fifth Row: Matthews, Jones. Lovell, Calhoun. Harlow and company watch the action on the field. V 1 . ;r ASC-13 SIU-6 TD ' s by Caldwell and Riggs and hcads-up defen- sive play by the entire team, especially Romeo, al- lowed the Redskins to up- set favored Southern Illi- nois University in a hard fought contest, 1 3-6. The victory was an all out team effort and started the sea- son off in fine style. 2ll Florence players look disgusted as the Indians score. Charles Bramlett Howard Cissell Fullback Halfback ASC-15 FLORENCE STATE— 13 Bill Caldwell ' s right foot spelled the difference at Kays Field. The Tribe was trailing Florence 13-12 when Caldwell kicked a field goal with less than three minutes left in the con- test. It was a close game all the way as the Lions seemed deter- mined to upset the Indian applecart, and almost did it. Final Score ASC 15 — Florence State 13. Jim Scherman End Terry West Fullback I 98 Bill Knvin Guard Bill Caldwell Quarterback Three starters take a rest. Leon Grassmeyer Center Glenn Carmack End ASC-13 MISSISSIPPI STATE-47 mtm The Indians stepped up into big-time competition as they took on the big, tough Maroons. While in the process of absorb- ing a 47-13 loss, the Indians did manage to score two TD ' s by passes gainst the nation ' s leading team in pass defense, as Billings connected with Gray and Cissell in the end zone. Indian reserves watch the game anxiously. ASC-32 Fans watch the kickoff on Homecoming Day. SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE— 7 Homecoming Day at ASC was a fine one for the home fans as their Indians tromped Southeast Oklahoma 32-7. Cissell, Romeo, and Ridgeway scored touch- downs, and Riggs tallied two. The big, tough Indian line spelled trouble for the Savages all afternoon, as Farella, Robak and Grassmeyer played an out- standing game. in . ■ Indians who graduated Top row: Left to right— Charles Bramlett, Frank Farella, Ray Robak. Bottom row: Howard Cissell, Jim Scherman, Eddie Romeo, and Leon Grassmeyer. ASC-19 LOUISIANA TECH-25 The Tech Bulldogs jumped off to a commanding lead, then fought off a furious comeback by the Indians as they won the game 25-19. Cissell, Robinson, and Billings scored as the Indians tried to overcome Tech ' s lead, but found that they had waited a little late to get their attack under- way. Bill Rankin Tack le .1 ■ - 4r ■--Mi I • ' Ray Robak Gward TTie Indians leave the field. Caldwell and company keep an eye on things. ' )on R ' KK S Halfback Romeo rambles as Cissell helps out. ASC-27 MURRAY ST ATE-20 After spotting the Thoroughbreds two touchdowns, the Indians came back and won a hard-earned victory 27-20. Riggs, Caldwell, Billings, and Cissell scored TD ' s as the Redskins played good ball and received excellent support from the bench. During the course of the game, the Tribe held Murray scoreless while they scored all four of their markers. Jerry McSpadden End Caldwell goes out ahead of his pursuers. Billy Winford Guard ASC-0 MEMPHIS STATE-34 The Redskin eleven could not solve the Tiger riddle, and as a re- sult, the Paint Bucket stayed in Memphis. Memphis State took ad- vantage of Indian errors, of which there were plenty, and fashioned a 34-0 win. The game, much closer than the score indicated, was mark- ed by fumbles and intercepted pass- es, that the Bengals used to good advantage. Ray Stalling Center Bill Steed Tackle Redskin stalwarts warm up. ASC-6 TENNESSEE TECH-7 A blocked extra point spelled disaster for Harlow ' s Redmen as they led in all statistical departments, but lost 7-6. Both teams slid as much as they ran in the ankle-deep mud of Overall Stadium in Cookeville. Robinson scored for State, but Cissell ' s try for the extra point was blocked. Terry Robinson Halfback Caldwell picks up yardage at Cookeville. Romeo prepares to pluck the tailjeathers of a Golden Eagle Jeff Branham Fullback Johnny Poag End Wayne Zaricor Tackle ASC ' s Faithful Five lead a yell at a pep rally. Thanks a million girls for always After the season closed, Frank Fare la being out in front and lending your support. was named to the NAIA Little Ail- American Squad. ASC-13 ARKANSAS TECH-21 Seven A-State seniors playing their last game in college saw their efforts, and those of their team go for nought in the last battle of the season against Arkansas Tech. Although the Indians dom- inated the statistics, they fell short in the scoring department. TD ' s by Rramlett and Caldwell just weren ' t enough as the Tribe lost 21-13. After the football season ended. Coach Harlow resigned. Coach Taylor is shown inking his contract as new head coach. Coach Taylor was a former Pro-football player, having played with the Washington Redskins eight years and established many pro-football records. A native of Arkansas, he came to A. S. C. from Romeo. Stalling, and Rankin watch as a teammate bites the Florida State University. dust ASC Opponent 54 Southeast Okla, 57 79 Southeast Okla. 52 57 Ole Miss. 61 69 Ark. A M 65 68 Ark. Tech 63 76 Ole Miss 56 81 NE Louisiana 50 61 NE Louisiana 76 71 Southwestern 54 50 Miss. Southern 46 50 Austin Peay 95 69 Delta State 58 79 Southern State 59 J - HHHffli ISITOR R MWUM • • • » » • • • ♦ . . . . » . 1 GtB LD I • • » mnoc • « ♦ • » • GORKCU • 1 • ♦ : M VSHIB • . RfSfH • • • • • • • • • • • • • » ■ • « s rt • n BKiRO • . . . . • • • 1 V SlIWfR ' • • • ♦ • • « M RT»i • • « • • » « • • • ♦ ' • ' • « DAVtS • » 4 G RR{TT I ■ ' ASP V y UUIlcil L 69 NW Missouri 59 89 Austin Peay 69 70 Ark. Tech 60 72 Union 78 91 Union 76 66 Centenary 49 68 Delta State 74 43 Miss. Southern 75 107 Southwestern 54 86 SE Missouri 70 60 Southern State 56 84 Centenary 101 FTA FT Pet. FGA FG Pet. TP BURNETT 120 91 .758 341 143 .418 377 BOWMAN 104 84 .807 346 144 .416 372 CHILDS 73 50 .684 284 86 .302 222 VICKERS 49 29 .591 132 58 .439 145 WARD 55 35 .636 168 55 .327 145 MATLOCK 69 41 .594 113 48 .424 137 KNIGHT 90 49 .544 135 43 .318 135 SLIMMER 52 34 .653 92 31 .336 96 JONES 37 25 .675 28 14 .500 53 PARKER 20 12 .600 47 15 .319 42 GATLING 6 2 .333 20 8 .400 18 RIGGS 8 4 .500 22 4 .181 12 KENLEY 5 4 .800 2 1 .500 6 MOORE .000 5 2 .400 4 CALDWELL .000 3 1 .333 2 FRETS 2 1 .500 1 .000 1 FTA FT Pet FGA FG Pet. TP 690 461 .683 1739 652 .375 1767 220 The Indian squad— Front row left to right: Jerry Burnett, Jimmy Bowman, Lynn Slimmer, John Matlock, Kenneth Knight, Norman Vickers, Ralph Childs, and Bobby Ward. Second row- Don Riggs, Billy Jones, Bill Caldwell, Jackie Kenley, Milburn Moore, and Jamie Drum. Third row: John Gatling, Bob Parker, Glen Frets, and manager Jim Pickens " Person to Person " — Coach John and Sportscaster Robinson Don Riggs— Guard Norman Vickers— Forward Arkansas State College ' s Indians finished the season in fine style, playing the last two games of the season at NCAA Southwest Regional Tournament at Springfield, Mo. The Redskins were in competition with some of the best college division teams in the country. Regis College of Denver, Colorado, defeated them in the opening round by the squeaky final score of 47-48. This game was filled with action right up until the final buzzer. During the last half, the lead changed hands 10 times. It was Regis ' Dennis Boone who proved to be the Indians most prominent menace. The shifty guard put Regis into the lead, 46-45, with less than 45 seconds remaining. Then, after the Indian ' s Jimmy Bowman scored on a tip-in, Boone scored the last points on a 30-foot jump shot with only three seconds left. It was the toughest loss of the year for the Redskins. But, they didn ' t let down following the disastrous defeat. Next evening they played a fine team from Centenary College in the consolation round and trounced them easily. Ralph Childs, Jerry Burnett, and Jimmy Bowman all scored well in the game. Bowman was the high-scorer with 26 and Burnett followed with 23. Final score in the game was Arkansas State 83, Centenary 70. One of the highlights of the tournament was the selection of an all- tournament team. Arkansas State ' s Jimmy Bowman was chosen. The Lake City senior was the tournament ' s high-scorer with a total of 43 points. BASEBALL the men behind the team i m m Coach f. A. " Ike " Tomlinson 1958 SCHEDULE March 24 March 25 March 26 March 31 April April April April April April April April April April April May May May May May May Miss. State There Miss. State There U. of Miss. There Washington U. Here Washington U. Here Kansas State Here St. Louis U. Here U. of Mo. Here U. of Mo. Here Quincy College Here St. Mary ' s Col. Here ASTC (2) There Memphis St Ark. Tech. Southwestern There Ark. Tech There Southwestern Memphis St. Washington U There St. Louis U. There Murray State Here There There Here Here i With only ten lettermen back from last year ' s squad, the A-State Baseball Indians will be faced with a serious problem, a lack of experience and depth. Along with this problem comes another in the form of the 1958 schedule, which is the roughest in State ' s history. The outlook isn ' t all together dark, however. A number of promising fresh- men have reported for practice and with the aid of the returning lettermen, such as Gifford Reynolds, Don Riggs, Wayne McElrath and Tommy Phillips, should help the team considerably. The Pitching Staff — Left to right, kneeling: Paul Frets, Bo Moore, L. D. Parker, Tommy Phillips, Harris Townsend and Tommy Paul. Standing: Joe Pickens, Al Hoffman, Billy Jones, Joe Little- john, and A. L. Gatewood. ORS V § m ft 4 Or First roic: Littlejohn, Parker, McElrath, Moore, Hoffman, Frets, Phillips, Paul, and Childs. Second row: Abel, Greenwood, Caldwell, Townsley, Pickett, Bowman, Carter, Reynolds, Jones, Coke, and Coach Tomlinson. Third row: Collins, Guinn, Morris, Lamb, Goodman, Bowland. Riggs, Nugent, Shoemaker, and Graham. 228 AMERICA ' S FAVORITE PASTIME BASEBALL The Indian infield looks bettei than ii has in sevei al years. Although veteran first baseman fim Bowman and second baseman Neil Abel are the only returning lettermen, the infield will be strong with freshman Norris Guinn shaping into a splendid third sacker and sure-gloved Ralph Childs ready to go at shortstop. The quartet is expected to drive in its share of runs too. First roio: Ralph Childs, Neil Abel, Jim Bowland and Norris Guinn. Second row Caldwell, Jim Lamb and Don Shoemaker. Carl Coke, Jim Bowman, Bill The Indian outfield was well manned by Wayne McElrath, the team ' s lead- ing hitter last year, Don Riggs, a specialist at steal- ing bases, and Freshman Andy Morris, considered a fine prospect. Riggs was the team ' s third leading hitter last year. All in all, Redskin fans were well pleased with the outfield for the 1958 season. The Indian outfield — Left to Right: Andy Morris, Max Carter, Wayne McElrath, Don Riggs, and A. J. Nugent. TARE ME OUT . . Indian catchers Sonny Goodman, Giff Reynolds, and Tank Graham. Coach " Ike " Tomlinson ' s hardballers got off to a slow start because of wet weather, but came on in the later stages to post a good record against some top notch competition. The Tribe ' s catching department was in fine shape with seasoned veteran Giff Rey- nolds as starter. Reynolds ' experience and glove work have been a mainstay in the Indian infield for several years. Tribe supporters had a backstopping crew of which they could be proud. A 4 230 Third Baseman Bill Caldwell TO THE BALL GAME The Indians seemed to be in good shape as far as manpower is concerned, when the season started. Vet- erans Wayne McElrath and Don Riggs in the outfield, and Jimmy Bowman and Gift Reynolds in the infield, formed the nucleus of a team well fixed for freshman prospects. Seasoned pitchers Joe Pickett, A. L. Gate- wood, Tommy Phillips, and Glen Frets led some out- standing new prospects including Bill Jones and Mil- burn " Bo " Moore. Outfielder Don Riggs Shortstop Ralph Chikls and first baseman Jim Bowman teamed up with second sacker Neal Abel to form the Red- skins ' double play combination. Both Abel and Childs are experienced players, although this was their first year to start for the Indians. 231 April April April May SCHEDULE 19 Southwestern 26 Arkansas Tech 29 Arkansas State Teachers 10 Murray State THERE HERE HERE THERE TRACK The Field Men — Kneeling: Tom Porter, shot put and javelin; Joe Mayo, shot put and javelin. Standing: Doug Burgess, dis- cus; Bob Miller, high jump; Sam Austin, javelin; John Matlock, discus; John El- lington, discus and javelin. Blocker goes over ' Agfa. " °6 With only five returning lettermen from the 1957 Squad which lost only one meet, the ASC Thinclads and Coach Bob Denton were faced with a job of rebuilding this year. Prospects were bright due to the fine crop of Freshmen that showed up at the initial drill, but the weather- man intervened and bad weather hampered the Indians until their first track encounter of the year with Mississippi College. As this Annual goes to press, the Track outlook at Arkansas State College is very bright indeed. 19 r ,H Track Team — Left to Right, Kneeling: Latimer, Austin. W ilkinson. Gibbs, Blocker, B. Miller, Porter. Taylor. Second row. Watson. Howell, Coffey, Ross, Cissell, Ellington, Williams, Waites, A. Miller. 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Arkansas State University - Indian Yearbook (Jonesboro, AR) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1


Arkansas State University - Indian Yearbook (Jonesboro, AR) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1


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