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Show Hide text for 1965 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 320 of the 1965 volume: “ DEDICATION The 1965 INDIAN staff, with great pride in Arkansas State College and its students, dedicates this yearbook to three young men who have attained a certain greatness that is inherent in all A-State students. These three men, through their athletic prowess, their determination and competitive spirit, have accomplished no mean task — they have shown they are worthy of being singled out as the best in their individual sport and have accepted the honor with humility. Through their actions on and off the field of battle, they have represented Arkansas State in many sections of the country as good will ambassadors. They have helped to make known the good name of Arkansas State far and wide. Thus with the knowledge that very few colleges ever have one All-American, much less three at the same time, we hereby dedicate this edition of the INDIAN to our three Ail- Americans— JERRY ROOK, DAN SUM- MERS AND GEORGE GLENN. Never have so few done so much for so many. Table Of Contents CLASSES Pages 240-311 Seniors 240 Juniors 262 Sophomores 276 Freshmen 288 ■MM Arkansas State Provides Many Experiences Life at Arkansas State for most students is anything but dull. Activities abound, whether they might include rooting for the Indians at a game, attending a play or a variety of shows put on by campus groups, passing time in the new Reng Center or just walking between classes with a special friend. In, fact, the time usually passes so fast that many wish for more hours in the day. Most important are the solid relationships built in one ' s spare time. GO INDIANS!— The fine quality of A-State ' s athletic teams gave the students plenty to cheer about all year. DAY DREAMING — Even with that test tomorrow, she can ' t get her mind off the approaching weekend. WINTER WONDERLAND — Sn ' ow seldom comes as far south as Arkansas State but when it does, the campus is covered with an atmosphere that can ' t be matched for beauty in the north. Among the many VIP ' s visiting the campus during the year were Miss Karen Carlson, Miss Arkansas, and Colonel John (Shorty) Powers, the voice of Mercury Control. LIFE IN THE CARL R. RENG CENTER Carl R. Reng Center Is New Dimension In Comfort, Beauty The center hub of all A-State student activity, this massive maze of lounges, offices, recreation centers and cafeteria facilities has changed, remapped the student ' s way of life. Long halls, huge rooms, friendly faces-the Carl R. Reng Center is the nucleus of campus life. It is the place where one comes to eat, to rest, and to play. Rarely does one pass the day with- out coming here for some reason, simply because there is so much here. The largest and best equipped union of its kind in Arkansas, it hosts not only students but civic groups and state organizations in a large variety of meetings and conferences. The union is first choice of student groups that want complete privacy and the best in meeting facilities. It is a complete small city in itself, with scores of employees tending and fixing, cooking and cleaning. Best of all, it is a place where one can bring the family and feel a real pride. LATE AFTERNOON — finds the Reng Center seemingly resting for the new flurry of activity later on in the evening. ONE EXPECTS— the best in good eating and fine service here, and is seldom disappointed. 1 1 GOODIES — Eyes light up and stomach growls MAINTENANCE— Big business here. Room To Relax Where do you go when you meet a friend? Where do you go to relax and do what you want to? Where do you eat, bowl, shoot pool, vote, dance, almost anything? — the Reng Center. Its friendly, yet dignifiea atmosphere makes college an experience to be enjoyed, a life set apart from any in the student ' s memory. It was a long time coming, but it is now as much a part of student life as if it had been the first building built on the campus. Soft music, restful colors, comfortable couches, and other students make this a haven for those seeking companionship and a place to get away from the grind of a day ' s classes. It ' s there for every- one, and the way the parking lot stays jammed, everyone knows it. A FORM — Bowling proved popular. DIGGING IN— Emily would be proud. 13 Students Find It All A-OK In Center Where else can one find luxury and convenience that abounds in such abundance? Students have very little to complain about in their day to day experiences in the Reng Center. Every once in a while a student voices his own opinion about how this should have been built, or how that should have been run, but it ' s mighty hard not to appre- ciate it all. SPECIAL GUESTS — of the administration dine in these surroundings. TV ATTRACTION — The main lounge, complete with fireplace and television gains the most following on special occasions. Time Out For A Pace Breaker LAUGHTER — is good for what ails you. When Finals are over, or when classes drag it ' s time to lay down the books and hit the Reng Center. There will never be absolutely nothing to do or no one there — it ' s just not like that. Youth demands that one mingle with one ' s fellow student, and it ' s hard not to find someone you know or would like to know. Friendships are started, people are introduced and plenty of loafing time is worked in between studies. But then, what better place to loaf or just be with people like oneself. The student body has taken the big step with the school, and it counts itself lucky to be the ones to be involved in the tremendous expansion program which is just now getting into high gear. There ' s a lot more to come. And when it does come, the students will be ready and willing. MALE-FhMALE — relations are anyining but hampered by the comfortable surroundings. RAIN, RAIN — Queen Sue Stewart and her maids of honor receive much-needed help in the form of um- brellas from their escorts. 19 Busy Time Gets Busier A time when there ' s not enough time; a week of joy and frustration; a chance for the folks to see their offspring ' s new home; a long awaited alumni get-together to remember their old home. In ' 74 the anguish and sweat will be forgotten. We ' ll all be back if we can and remember everything good that happened. Sentiments of the A-State student body are reflected in the displays (First place, stationery division, Pemm Club above; and second place, stationery with lights, AOPi left). Bottom, the homecoming queen and court from left to right — Linda Graham of Upper Montclair, N.J.; Peggy Hunter of Jonesboro; Nita Vanhook of Newport; Sally Lynn Dennis of Caraway; and Sue Stewart of Piggott, queen. After a four-hour delibera- tion, in which each girl was screened for personality and poise, these five were picked from twenty-three lovelies competing to represent the student body on this day of days. Beat Rain-Barely Mechanical division first place was copped this year by Lambda Chi Alpha. Displays began to feel the effects of an all-night light sprinkle by game time, but visitors were able to see the myriad displays in action Friday afternoon and night. A major worry every year is the weather, which can create havoc in a matter of minutes in what was once a gigantic project involving nearly every mem- ber of every participating organization on campus. Ex- hibits are judged at noon on the Friday before the game, and the three divisions — stationary, stationary with lights, and mechanical — continue to grow as more and more groups organize and become active. It ' s an amazing ex- ample of cooperation. Variety In Exhibits FINISHING TOUCHES— by a cardboard carpenter. SECOND PLACE — Cherokee Mens Council tracks ' em down. ' « - i ■ ■ W-t 5 - - v . • ■ i . . v . v. , . . . . . • ' jit v.V ' V i " ' • . . CHUG-A-LUG — Sigma Pi feeds the Statesmen white lightning in STATES MAN BURGERS — First place stationery with lights winner, hopes of an A-State victory. Stupified opponent settles into the dust. Alpha Gamma Delta predicts an " in the bag " Homecoming victory. iOME M PHA r Mm it i a CHI O FOLLIES — took a third place in lighted, stationary. mm Confusion Persists To A Degree BOBBING HEADS— Clyde gets nasty with the invaders, for a Sigma Phi Epsilon third place mechanical trophy. ALL-NIGHT SESSION — Sidewalk superintendents review the work. SMOKE BREAK— Wire and napkins begin to take shape, but somebody had to build the frame first. Somebody had to tear it all down, too. |i|||flg®:vOn Despite Drenching It would have taken more than a drenching rain to dampen Homecoming spirit at Arkansas State. The Indians took the field undefeated and left with one more notch on the pole The Marching Indian Foot- ball band presented another tremendous performance— which surprised no one. Fans turned out in droves under a sea of umbrellas to w itness an outstanding grid contest which moved the Redmen closer to an undefeated season. Alumni flocked to special dinners and meetings, parents marvelled at the ultra-modern additions to the campus, and everyone just almost for- got that it had been raining most of the time. That night the annual dance honoring the victory was the setting for awarding the display trophies. It was, in all, a big day for Arkansas State. Sunday found the cam- pus asleep. DEAN MOORE — receives award for work on the alumni file. EVERYBODY COMES— Parents, family, friends- nobody misses the big game come rain, sleet or snow. Folks even drove from Florida to see their sons play. TRIPLE DUEL— Mike Over- all, senior, leads the featured drummers in a special number. Queen Sue Has Wet Coronation TENSIONS RELIEVED — Students let their hair down after a week of worry and no sleep. The new Ballroom proved a great place to " rock out. " Celebrations End Hard Week After the long week and the grand defensive clash on the battlefield, students were more than happy to forsake all and celebrate. As is the case every year, they all forgot that anything that goes up must come down — in- cluding displays. It was a weary lot who struggled out of the sack to demolish in hours what took days to build. Someday someone will invent a collapsable, pre-fab model. Un- til then, there ' s always another day, a new idea and an eager crew who is certain that they can build it bigger and better than ever. COLORFUL DISPLAY— This one sold the States- men down the river. STRAIGHTSHOOTER— Indian Joe ' s target practice. WINNERS — receive display awards ] ' ' I! Final Moments Of Importance The last day of activities was the culmination of a great deal of planning and preparation, and then quickly it was over. Awards were taken by the winners, alumni were honored and fed, a tre- mendous ballgame was won and through it all the weather remained indifferent. Next year, new faces, new winners, a brand new batch of anxious alumni, and the hope for another just as success- ful Homecoming for Arkansas State. MAD RUSH — " Let ' s see now. That ' s Steinseek, isn ' t it. or is it Stanzeick? Stensack? Aw, we know you. Go vote! " KICKOFF — New Deal standard bearers Dennis. Ennis and Swihart flash the Colgate grins as the ordeal begins. Little do they realize what is in store for prospective officers who have to reach a small city of students. FbR TrfE WEARY WINNERS? — An extra surge of ecstacy prevails as fatigu is pushed aside for a victory ride. Shortly after, beaming faces agar give way to sighs of " No, not me! — never, never again! " CONVINCING TWIN— Bill Ennis poses with himself, (a card- board likeness which drew much comment as highly original). 34 Elections Spawn Ghosts, Heavy Vote On a dreaded, dreary day, culminated by the University Status Party threatening to bury the New Deal, the Student Govern- ment Association spring elections came about. New Deal strategists in the form of undead ghosts apparently scared up enough voters to bring an edge over the University Status Seekers. The week had been twice as gruelling, twice as long as any normal week, and the victors as well as their opponents breathed a long and sincere sigh of relief. The price of vic- tory had been high. Harried candidates, their aching jaw muscles crying for mer- cy, looked as if they had crawled out from under the " living candidates " dis- play. Justification for this self-inflicted torture comes only when results are seen. Next year, a new spark for the losers, a new threat for the incumbents; it is an unpredictable cycle that breeds prema- ture ulcers for any and all who succumb to political fever. DEAFENING CHEERS — Dean Robert Moore plays grin and bear it OPPOSITION — This effective display revealed other opinions of a renewed campaign slogan. SOUP ' S ON — Thanks to these cuinary experts, no one left hungry. Arkansas State ' s growing pains were evident in the size and mood of the annual leadership retreat. Student interest in university-size problems ran high, and new ideas flew like never before. The last night, after discussion periods, guitar strings were strummed until frayed down at the lake. After several unexpected morning dips, the troupe returned to help shape the coming school year. No laws were made, no final decisions arrived at, but each attending representative returned sensing the event ' s success. RECKONING DAY — A newly elected SGA prexy can always look forward to leaving the retreat thoroughly bathed. Bill Ennis is no exception to the rule, and after an extremely short deliberation by the vigilante committee, his fate was determined. A surprise ending followed this sequence, with everybody getting in the act. GUEST— D. Whitney Halladay, Dean of Stu- dents at the U of A. tells of similar problems. WEARINESS — Miss Stroud saws a few logs. BREAK TIME— Student leaders and faculty alike take a quick breather between sessions. TOP BRASS — Administrators and department heads talking straight across the table to future student le enjoy iders. understanding- no room for shy vio- lets here. Problems are hashed and often there are no punches pulled. » ■ Freshmen Get Word, Are Introduced To A-State Nothing is quite so new as a college to a freshman. The big stepdown from the authority of a high school senior to the humbleness of the first year student at college can really be disconcerting to anyone. Despite the confusion of the first week, Arkansas State ' s newness quickly becomes routine and the beanies some- how disappear. LEAP FOR FROSH— A-State skydiver Elroy Cantrell comes to the ground after diving on the Reng Center Lawn. A. FIRST DIVISION— The enormity of the freshman class m necessary for divisions and assignments. NEW FACES — Freshmen get their first encounter with administration, faculty and campus leaders. INCENTIVE — Dean Moore provides the direction during the orientation. 39 Wonderland Winter DRAPED IN WHITE — the beautiful Dean B. Ellis Library stands quietly in the early morning foil owing the night ' s snowfall. Soon a young, rosy-cheeked horde, breath visible in the cold, will storm the doors in the excitement of final exams and the welcomed mid-semester break. A time of meditation, a world of unprecedented beauty— winter at Arkansas State. Cold toes, warm bed; frigid seat covers, and a frosty windshield; penetrating wind, stepping in a thawing mud- hole; hot chocolate and rousing basketball games. Excitement, a noisy radiator; exuberation and a deep breath of the crisp, fresh morning air. A time to enjoy life. LONELY NOW— the noise and people are gone, leaving the field to rest and recover from a hard and profitable season. SNOW TIME— bust a photographer 40 Talent Contest Displays Wide Variety Of Student Talent Variety was the spice of the Alpha Gamma Delta benefit talent show. Talent entries included a drum-ac- companied vocal solo, an abundance of folk singers and a female imper- sonation of Shelley Berman. Marcia Harrell emceed the event and Sandy Daugherty, president of the Alpha Gams, presented trophies to the Brothers of the Crescent, a vocal and instrumental group sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha, for first place; Willis Campbell and Bill Winter for second place; and Linda Berry and Art Stewart for third place. The large crowd which attended the an- nual event acclaimed it as the best ever. Both the quality and the quan- tity of the entertainment presented in the show were outstanding. HAPPY PAIR — Art Stewart and Linda Berry are all smiles as they display their third place trophy. Drama, Light Humor Featured In Plays WINNING PERFORMANCE — Alpha Gamma Delta and Pi Kappa Alpha teamed up on the winning performance. Poetic fantasy, tragedy and concern for the human race were each expressed in turn in " Aria da Capo, " a one-act play which won first place in the annual Phi Mu Benefit Playhouse. The play, presented by Alpha Gamma Delta so- rority and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, emphasized man ' s pettiness and selfishness and exaggerated life ' s trivialities. Trophies were given to representatives of both groups by Becky Bridges, Phi Mu president, and Mary Ann Bartlett, who served as emcee. Each sorority and fraternity partici- pated in the event. Proceeds from the Playhouse went to the hospital, the U.S.S. Hope (Health Opportunity for People Everywhere ) . SANDBOX — Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Mu, the hostess or- ganization, combined in a play called, " Sandbox. " MORALITY ISSUE — Morality was the key in " Impromptu. " which was presented by the Tekes and the AOPi ' s. MELODRAMA — Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega presented a melodrama entitled " Poison, Passion and Petrafaction. " TRAPPED — Members of Sigma Pi acted out " Submerged. " a story of six men trapped in a submarine. JUBILANT WINNERS — Mary Ann Bartlett. left, emcee, and Becky Bridges. Phi Mu president, award handsome trophies to Barbara Thompson and Butch Corbett. representatives of Alpha Gamma Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon. 45 CHILLY VIEW — Band members see the end of the parade. Christmas- Season of Good Will BEAUTY — Pretty Cindy Williams rides high in the parade. For the seniors, graduation was a day SMALL TALK — before the ceremony soothes the nerves. which culminated four years of work, joys and sorrows. For them graduation meant laying aside old friends and mem- ories and looking forward to the fu- ture. The parents and friends present offered congratulations to the seniors with great pride on this attainment of a worthy goal. Rainy weather forced the ceremonies to be moved inside the field house. WIDE GRINS — greet Dr. Reng and what he holds. Way Of Life Ends In Last Flurry ANXIOUSLY— the graduating class of 1964 waits. HUNDREDS — of graduates and their families pack the A-State Fieldhouse for the words that suddenly end a way of life. THE CAST — Vic Burdin, Tyler Million, Dennis Evans, Anita Weedman, Bill Morrow, Elroy Cantrell, Gene Worthen, Frenzil Evans, Art Stewart, David Vines, Bill Stewart, and Kay Carter. MAKE-UP — A student actress must learn every phase of her field. Here Joedi Wyllie applies her own face make-up. ' Our Town ' Proves Tops Drama instructors come and go, and when Dave Ritchey came, a so-what attitude prevailed among the non-theatrical students. Then came the production of " Our Town. " It was Mr. Ritchey ' s trial by audience. From the moment the curtain went up a certain pro- fessionalism was noticeable, and by the final curtain, the audience had been caught up, completely involved in much the same power- ful enthusiasm that he injects into his work. And from what is evident in his later productions, " Our Town " was only the beginning of a long string of topnotch theatre entertainment for Arkansas State, via Mr. Ritchey. AMUSING ROLES — A caustic newspaper editor (Bill Morrow) talks with the town drunk (Elroy Cantrell), while the friendly constable (Vic Burdin) looks on disapprovingly. FATHERLY ADVICE — from pop to future son (Dennis Evans). SPECULATION — on the universe by brother and sister (Frezil Ellis). Who ' s Who In American Colleges And Universities SALLY LYNN DENNIS, a former Miss Arkansas State and Homecoming maid, is a member of Chi Omega sorority, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, AWS, WAA and Tri-beta. She served in the Student Government Association. BILL ENNIS is one of the best known men-about-campus. Bill won a position as Student Government representative, liked it, and went on to become president of the organization. Member- ships include Cherokee Men ' s Council and Alpha Kappa Psi. SHELBY LEE, quarterback for the Indians, won the scholar- ship award for football players. An English major, he has served as a graduate assistant at Arkansas State. His mem- berships include Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and Featherpens. PHIL PICKLE is a hard man to find. One of the most active students on campus, Phil has served as the College ' s photo- grapher throughout his tenure at A-State. He is manager of the Tepee and a Lambda Chi Alpha member. BECKY BRIDGES, aside from her high scholastic achievements, is very active in Greek life. She has served as president of Phi Mu sorority and the A-State Pan- hcllenic C ouncil. JANNA HELMS, whose major is accounting, has been president of the Panhellenic Council and a member of Chi Omega sorority. She has also participated in Alpha Sigma Upsilon and Pi Omega Pi. ROBERT DOAK. who has distinguished himself with consistent high grades, is also a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. He has served the fraternity as vice president and has been active in intramural sports. JERRY ROOK, the Tribe ' s Ail-American basketball star, set six school records in his college career. He is the first eager in A-State history to score 2,000 points. Holding the Indian all-time high scoring average (25.2), he was a unanimous A1I-SLC choice. J. B. PENN has been especially active in the A-State Agriculture Department. He holds membership in the Agri Club, Delta Tau Alpha and Future Farm- ers of America. He was also an SGA representative. JEANNINE McHANEY, whose major field of study is Physical Education, has also gained membership in Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, AWS, WAA, SGA and PEMM Club. She was very active in her social fraternity, Phi Mu. 4 SANDRA DOUGHERTY set a hectic pace of activity during her four years at Arkansas State, but managed to excel in the many organizations in which she took part. Her grades earned her membership in the Freshmen Women ' s Honorary Scholastic Society while her leadership gained her a post at the Presidents ' Round- table. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta, SGA, Pi Omega Pi and Phi Beta Lambda. LAVON WELLS, a general agriculture major, has served as president of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was also active in his fraternity ' s intra- mural sports program. A stu- dent of many interests, Lavon was also an SGA represent- ative. He was chosen as spon- sor by Alpha Omega Pi soror- ity members. 54 Who ' s Who In American Colleges- - w tour years at JOEL GAMBILI., the rovinu senior who represented the Arkansas State News Bureau on the Indians " athletic journeys for the other half of )-editor team. In his A-State, Joel has ITT • j • written and edited many articles Ann Y IVPrCITI C about life on tne campus. He is V 1 1 A KJ 111 V sl OlLIt O a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, which he served as editor and correspondent. He is also in Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Gam- ma Mu and Press Club. VAL JEAN COLLIER, an English major whose grades and leadership earned her high standing in her depart- ment, plans to teach English in senior high school in the future. She is a member of Featherpens and BSU. GLENDA DANIEL, better known as " Madam Editor, " is the pride of the Journalism Department. She has served as co-editor of the State College Herald for two years. In addition, Glenda is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, Featherpens, Alpha Sig- ma Upsilon, Spanish Club, AWS, WAA, Alpha Lambda Delta, Baptist Student Union and Presi- dents ' Roundtable. Her journal- istic interests extend to radio, too, for she is also a member of the KASU Broadcasters ' Club. HUGH HYDE, an accounting major, is a member of the honor- ary Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity, Cherokee Men ' s Council and Pershing Rifles. He has participated in the Presidents ' Roundtable. Who ' s Who In American Colleges And Universities FULTON HUXTABLE. whose political interests helped start the A-State Young Republicans Club, has been an active member of the debate team. An English major, he is a Featherpens member. ANN PARKER has been president of Alpha Omicron Pi and an officer in Alpha Sigma Upsilon and AWS. She gained membership in the Fresh- men Women ' s Honorary Scholastic Society as well as the Featherpens, Panhellenic Council, WAA and Young Republicans. Her major was accounting. JOHN ERWIN ' S high-stepping Drum Major routines have enhanced the A- State halftime shows for two years. Along with directing the Indian March- ing Band, John has also shown his mu- sical talent in the ASC Singers and served as Choral Union student director. He is a former president of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. JANE FOSTER was A-State ' s " busy girl. " An active Phi Mu sorority member and elementary education major, she still found time for membership in SGA, AWS, WAA, SNEA, Social Science Club and Young Democrats. Jane also served as a class editor on the Indian staff. MARY VENDA WADE demonstrated her musical talents on numerous occasions. Both a singer and pianist, she participated in many A-State talent events. In conjunction with her fine arts interests, she has been a member of the Music Education National Conference. A former president of Chi Omega, she has also taken part in Alpha Sigma Upsilon and Kappa Delta Pi. PEGGY HUNTER, who has held a seat on the Presidents ' Roundtable, is a member of Chi Omega sorority. She is also active in Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, WAA, AWS, Young Repub- licans and the Arkansas State debate team. Her major field of study was elementary education. DIGGING IT OUT — Serious prep for a concert is a must. DIRECTOR DON — " Don ' t anybody move! " Marching Indians Steal The Show FEATURE TWIRLER — Sue Stewart of Piggott. STALWART FANS — the Marching Indians are always there, always better. V Well into his second decade as director of A-State bands, Mr. Donald R. Minx continues to build and to guide this top- performing organization to greater things. Again this year, honors befell the group in the form of an invitation to pre- sent a part of the half-time ceremonies at a Cardinal pro football game televised live over national networks in St. Louis ' Busch Stadium. Apparently the excellence of the Marching Indian Football Band is becoming justifiably famous. CHRISTMAS — and drum major John Erwin conducts for the annual parade. LITTLE WONDER— that the half-time shows are what they are. Ever sit in on an average practice? ' Miracle Worker ' Second Major Production " At another time she asked, ' What is a soul? ' ' No one knows, ' I replied; ' but we know it is not the body, and it is that part of us which thinks and lives and hopes ' . . . and is invisible . . . ' But if I write what my soul thinks, ' she said, ' then it will be visible, and the words will be its body. " — Annie Sullivan, 1891 " The Miracle Worker " by William Gibson was the second major production of the year for the theatre department. The play deals with the deaf and blind Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan. Helen, trapped in her own secret world, is bitter, violent, spoiled, and at first, almost animal-like. Only Annie realizes that there is a mind waiting to be rescued from that dark tortured silence. Only after some of the most violent scenes in modern theatre does she succeed. ART STEWART— as the doctor, tells Captain and Mrs. Keller, John Masterson and Lauren White Wyatt, that their baby daughter Helen will recover from the fever. meals served in Seated (top to bottom) — John Masterson, JoAnne Mason, Ann Reid, Lauren White Wyatt, Linda Berry, and Bill Morrow. FORCED — to eat from a plate by Annie after the family has left, Helen rebels time and again. In a moving scene she finally submits to Annie ' s persistence. NEARLY BLIND — Annie Sullivan is presented gifts as she leaves the Perkins Institute for the Blind. Blind students are Val Jean Collier, Mary Blair Shaw, Lee Breithaupt and Kathie Barr. BILL MORROW— as Helen ' s half-brother is brought to the floor by his father when he makes a comment about his new mother-in-law, Lauren White Wyatt. MISCHIEVIOUS — Helen produces the key to her room which she had hidden from her teacher, Annie. Pump prop, as well as other effects were remarkably realistic. Lambda Chi, Chi O Capture Firsts In AO Pi Songfest Long weeks of practice, anticipation and more practice were culminated in the annual Alpha Omicron Pi All- Greek Songfest. The sorority and fraternity groups gave entertaining renditions of numbers ranging from Latin chants to lively folk tunes and religious selections. Lambda Chi Alpha won first place among the frater- nities, its fifth straight in as many years, and Tau Kappa Epsilon took second. The top trophy for the sorority division went to Chi Omega, while Phi Mu was awarded the second place prize. Several numbers by an All- Greek choir, under the direction of Alfred Skoog, ended the evening. SMILING WINNERS— Bettye Holland (left) of Chi Omega sorority and John Erwin of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity receive trophies from Delores Robin- son who served as mistress of ceremonies. NUMBER FIVE— John Erwin, in his third year as director of Lambda Chi ' s songfest group, leads the fraternity to its fifth straight triumph. ARKADIANS — (left to right, front row): Lindell Hudson, Jerry Butler, Elroy Cantrell, Bob Thomas, Henry Foster, Jerry Schaeffer, James Binghan, Gary Smith, Bill Henderson, (second row): Bruce Jackson, Ken Hartsfield, Richard Bishop, Gary Smith, Bryon Gregory, Jack Marvin, David Vines, Roger Steele, Charles Dawson, Danny Faulk, Leigh Robicheaux, Wesley Miller, Calvin Smith, David Flatt, Tom Power; (back row): Fred,Joslin, Sandy Stanfield, Wayne Jacobs, Dewayne Faulkner, Robert Mustain, Johnny Kirk, Gary Parker, Lloyd Lewallen, Roger Ferguson, Marvin Hampton, Nicky Snow, Guido Hassin, Tom Phillips. SOCIALIZING— The basic reasons for the for- mation of the Statemen ' s Club were the social and fraternal benefits which have been reaped during the group ' s first year on campus. 66 Arkadians, Statesmen Add To Social Life With the great increase in stu- dent enrollment in recent years at A-State, the need was felt for more so cial groups. For that purpose, two organizations, one called the Statesmen and the other the Arkadians, came into being. Both clubs grew stronger as the year continued and both appear to be headed for suc- cessful tenures on campus. Both have the necessary support be- hind them. SHOWING OFF— Their clubroom only recently finished, the Arkadians give a party and open house for members of Chi Omega sorority. FINISHING TOUCHES— The Arka- dians fill in the last details on their dance decorations A Shown above is the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, under the capable baton of Director and Conductor, Vincent de Frank, in the Indian Fieldhouse. Efforts to stimulate the aesthetic values of Arkansas State students and the area populace were met with enthusiasm as the 1964-65 Lecture Concert Series began another highly successful season. Out- standing individ uals from all areas — the arts, theatre, education, government, lit- erature, and religion — are incorporated to permit an entertaining and informative insight. DREW PEARSON— an outstanding Amer- ican columnist and commentator, is greeted by SGA prexy Bill Ennis, prior to his talk. " Man, that was a great audience; they liked everything! " " Yeah, and a great bunch of kids, too. " " What do you think of the campus? " " It ' s sharp! Those new dorms — man, they ' re like some motels we ' ve stayed in — better than some. " " And the Reng Center? " " Great! " " It ' s the nicest Student Union we ' ve seen at any of the small colleges and most of the major ones that we ' ve seen. " " Anything else you ' d like to say? " " Just tell the kids thanks for the won- derful reception. " " Yeah! " — (After-performance interview by Indian Staff Reporter, Bill Jar vis) UNIQUE SOUND— and professional air made the Rooftop Singers ' performance particularly enjoyable . . . and afterwards, their sincere praise of the campus and student body would make anyone proud. Politicians at the polls, book vendors at their stations, and the S.G.A. gets underway for ' 64. Besides these vital functions, this group boosted school spirit by sponsoring a dance after nearly every home game and did much to make the average student more active, comfortable and aware. Rush Week Helps Shape Future Rush week to the Arkansas State freshman can make a big difference in determining his future for four years. It is a hectic time, one which leaves many with newly-ac- quired confidence. Others are bewildered in trying to choose one of the five fra- ternities or four sororities. YEAH! YEAH! — Entertainers from faraway places take the spot- light to ring out familiar tunes for the ears of rushees. WHATSA FOR SUPPER?— Anxious rushees perhaps are awaiting an Italian-style spaghetti dinner. ROSTRUM GUEST— Top-notch speakers like Jim Lundberg are always a part of any good rush partv. PICK IT, DAN — Bands of all varieties put the swing in A-State rush events. SOUND OF LAUGHTER— A common sound during the week. PRETTY FACES — Most fraternity parties are brightened by the pretty hosti. MILLING AROUND— The band plays on as the party ends and rushees reluctantly begin to leave. LITTLE DEVILS — A devilish skit delights a group of rushees who watch with intense interest. To be a Greek is to submit oneself to the ultimate in joy and frustration, anticipation and disappointment, un- tiring drive and total exhaustion. Those who would join their ranks know little of what is in store, nor do they care. Somehow, they feel they know what the answer would be if they asked one if it ' s really worth it. Just try to find one who says it ' s not. LIVING HIGH — Sponsors and advisers are well tended and highly appreciated, as they keep proceeding in order. CONFUSIUS SAY— Best way to prove hospitality to future followers is to lay the pallet on floor. WILD WEST — " Awright you guys. I don ' t care if they are your buddies. Pipe down or you all get thrown out on your cans. TEN GALLONS— Took a good man back in them days to fill it. Must have had ten-gallon heads. VOCALISTS— provide a major part of party entertainment, and most, like Charlotte, are very good. A long week of fretful anticipation, a flurry of excitement over " what to wear? " and hairdos, a borrowed formal, and maybe, waking up with an unwanted blemish on Friday morning. And all of a sudden, you ' re standing under a spotlight, a beautiful creature with a stomach full of butterflies. When it ' s all over, a crown is passed, an audience is usually well pleased, and a pretty coed can ' t believe that she ' s really Miss Arkansas State. BACKSTAGE — it ' s gab and last minute touch-ups, and a helping hand for hard-to-get-to places. ONE MOMENT — and a choice is made. BACKSTAGE — organized disorganization. CONFERENCE— M. C. Tommy Thompson, ' 64 queen Joan Farrell, and Circle K President John Ulmer double check program timing. l r PEPSI ' S FOR ALL— at the get-acquainted party for al candidates and judges the day of the pageant. " I ' M SHANNON " — says Jndi Shannon, popular folk singer, and feature entertainer during the judging intermission. GL-70 — or Colgate or something, but there are a lot of charming smiles to complicate a judge ' s life. Miss Phyllis Rutherford iss Arkansas State- 1965 Queen, Bathing Suit, Formal hi ' Miss Jan Watkins First Alternate Talent Winner TOP FIVE WINNER— Charnelsa Schisler is stiff competition in the bathing suit division, as can easily be seen. QUEEN PHYLLIS— models the formal and poise which gave her the top title, as well as formal and swim suit. THE OUTDOOR LOOK— P hyllis, an ex- pert swimmer, gives pool instructions during the summer months. VERSATILE— Sue Stewart is more than pleasant scenery, as she is the Marching Indian Band feature twirler. REDHEAD— La Raye Brown flashes the smile which has won her many honors as a campus beauty. MODERN DANCE — Bettye Holland charms the audience. VARIETY — is the spice of Betty Steinsiek last year ' s talent winner DIANE HALSELL — combines exceptional acrobatics into a modern interpretation. FIVE HAPPY FEMALES— barely contain their feelings at the end. DRAMA — in the form of Joan of Arc ' s trial won for Jan Watkins the top talent honors. DOWN TO THE WIRE — There ' s not much margin for error when the competition is as closely matched as this is. TALENTED, TOO— Singing is a big part of membership in either a fraternity or sorority. There ' s No Way Like The Greek Way When a freshman first steps foot on a large col- lege campus, his first feeling is one of being lost. All the high school friends are behind, and only strange faces are seen in the beginning. For those students who join a fraternity or sorority, a new feeling of familiarity soon invades the soul and each member of each organization be- comes a necessary part of college. Brotherhood, competition with others and hard work toward a common goal are the keys to success for the Greek in a new way of life. GAB SESSION— Being natural talkers anyway, the togetherness a soror- ity affords is a heaven of gab for many Greek sisters. GETTING TO KNOW YOU— Rush is just as important for sororities as it is for the fraternities on campus. 83 i Mrs. W. W. Nedrow is advisor of the Alpha Gam Chapter. LOOKING BACK— Keeping a scrapbook is a vital part of any Greek Organi- zation. Reminiscing through the year ' s activities is always fun. Robbie Barron Carol Bishop Jo Ann Bridges Pat Carter Carol Coleman Allison Denam Berta Elphingstone Jean Jeffrey Anna Jean Keith Laura Kendrick Carolyn Little Ruth Loberg Sandra Manning Nancy OUnger Barbara Pruitt Marion Russell Judi Shannon Jeanne Shields Cathy Smart 86 Alpha Gamma Delta - - Sandra Dougherty President Alicia Rich 1st Vice President G lend a Daniel 2nd Vice President Epsilon Zeta Chapter Alpha Gamma Delta received its initial honor when Sue Stewart was selected as Homecoming Queen with Nita Vanhook and Linda Graham as maids. AGD also took first place honors in the stationary float division. Linda Thorne was head cheerleader, assisted by Itsy Kendrick and Nita Vanhook, while Sue Stewart was head twirler. Linda Graham was Sig Ep Queen of Hearts, Nita Vanhook was LXA Crescent Girl, Marion Rus- sell was TKE Sweetheart and Jean Jeffrey was Statesman Sweetheart. Jeanne Shields was Miss Merry Christmas. AGD won the Fingerbowl float trophy and teamed with SPE to win the Phi Mu Playhouse. Sue Stewart, Sandy Manning and Marion Russell were chosen as Indian Beauties. Marcia Harrell was second runnerup in the Miss A-State Contest. Glenda Daniel and Sandra Dougherty were selected for " Who ' s Who. " The top event of the social year was the annual Anniversary Ball. Barbara Winter Corresponding Sec ' y Darlene Williams Recording Sec ' y Sharon Garner Treasurer Nita Vanhook Social Chairman Linda Lu Thorne Rush Chairman Linda Graham Activities Chairman Sue Estes ■■■■ . id WKKKL 9 1 HV Patricia Goodin Marrietta Graves Jan Harrell Marcia Harrell Jean Hartung Linda Jane Smith Patsy Smith Sue Stewart Barbara Thompson Jackie Vowell Mignonne Wilson 87 Ann Parker President Sandy Bone Vice President Marcia Mortimer Secretary Janice Garrett Treasurer Barbara Myers Social Chairman Brenda Welch Rush Chairman Sharon James Scholarship Chairman Deloris Robinson Philanthropic Chairman Martha Houchin Standards Chairman Mrs. Paul Couch is the advisor of Alpha Omicron Pi Doris Bone Lenore Bowers LaRaye Brown Marilyn Brown Darcy Bunyard Suzi Cameron Sue McAdams Allison McClevey Nancy Moran Karen Norton Jill Parsons Donna Pinkston Ellen Whiting Kay Wilbanks Susan Wolf Sandy Work Linda Wyatt 88 Alpha Omicron Pi Sigma Omicron Top honors achieved by AOPi ' s include flagtag champion, two A-State cheerleaders, one major- ette and head-line majorette, Sandy Bone. Sharon Cooper served as president of VVAA. The chapter received first place trophy last spring in the LXA Little ' 500 ' , with LaRaye Brown reigning as queen. Doris Robinsori Pls PiKA Dream Girl. AOPi has two Indian Beauties, an honorary cadet, the Pershing Rifle Sweetheart and the first run- ner-up to Miss ASC. Kathy Hoffman was named Miss Jonesboro of 1964, with Doris Bone as first alternate. Diane Halsell gajnedjie itle of Miss Hospitality of Blytheville, Donna Pinkston holds the title of Miss HospitalitHof Watkins vas presented the flshi award for having a 4.0 gradnpBii year the AOPi ' s sponsor the All-Greek Songfest, always one of the top events on the A-State campus. rumann. Jan n scholarship erage. Each THE RUSH IS ON —AOPI rush parties like this are always both enjoyable and elaborate. Susan Christian Lou Ann Collier Sharon Cooper Marguerite Crawford Brenda Gordon Susanne Grace Kathy Hoffman Cindy Hunter Patsy James Marcia Johnson Nancy Jones Joanne Mason Martha Randle Ann Reid Doris Robison Frances Spaulding Joy Stephens Carolyn Swindle 89 RECORD BREAKERS— Chi Omega ' s display the scholarship trophy they won with a record-breaking 3.01 average. Chi Omega Omicron Zeta Chi Omega began a successful year with the White Symphony Banquet closing the fall rushing sea- son. Omicron Zeta chapter placed first in scholar- ship and was awarded the trophy by Panhel- lenic. Four Chi Omegas were chosen to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Joan Farrell and Bettye Holland served both as majorettes and as honorary cadet captains. Homecoming found the chapter winning third place for display and placing Sally Dennis and Peggy Hunter in the court. Becky Scurlock also served as cheerleader. Carolyn Barnes was select- ed as PiKA Pledge Sweetheart, while Nancy Thomas was chosen Sweetheart of the SPi pledge Class. Nancy McGennis served as LXA pledge sweetheart of the week. Peggy Hunter and Jean Campbell were selected as Indian Beauties while Joan Farrell and Sally Dennis were finalists. Chi Omega had 8 campus presidents. Chi O also took first place in the PiKA Basketball Tourney. 90 Karen Batterton Kathy Wood Lynn Coleman Alma Moore Beverly Warbington Becky Scurlock President Vice President Secretary Treasure! Pledge Trainer Ri h Chairman Mrs. E. C. Barton is personnel advisor of Chi Omega. Jean Campbell Sandy Chailland Linda Childs Connie Cothran Sharon Davidson Sally Lynn Dennis Veda French Ann Galloway Kay Griner Susie Haizlip Janna Helms Meryl Hodge Joan Mays Nancy McGennis Carolyn McNiece Carolyn Newkirk Peggy Owens Mary Ann Quail Mary Venda Wade Vickie White Beatrice Winningham Janis Wood Judy Wood 91 Becky Bridges President Trudy Miles Membership Director 3 Mary Nancy Huntsman Vice President Julia Ann Oxner Treasurer Sally Baker Pledge Trainer Paula Bell Fraternity Education Jeannine McHaney Scholarship Chairman Sara Beth Bateman Recording Secretary Mary Anne Bartlett Corresponding Secretary Phi Mu Epsilon Delta Chapter Celebrating its 1 1 3th birthday this year, Epsilon Delta Chapter of Phi Mu sorority has strived to live up to the standards the years have established. This year the chapter has sponsored such projects as the Phi Mu Playhouse — ' proceeds of which were donated to Project Hope, Phi Mu National Social Service Pro. at Christmas an honors have been won the Sigma Pi second in the AO. nine McHaney, J Bridges were chosi were represented President t yL Sally a needy family ress Ball. Many te — the Phi Mu ' s ament and placed n addition, Jean- ter and Rebecca Who. " Phi Mu ' s ds as weU- VWS (follo tffccfy Mary Anne Bartlett}, MantNar JJuntsman was pres-- ident of SNEA, whffeVfewpMoody, Carol Voss and Ann Curtiss were members of SGA, with Mary Anne Bartlett as its secretary. Ann Abernathy Carolyn Bailey Janet Caneer Ann Curtiss Martha Dupwe Gail Foster Jane Foster Janell Houston Pam Hyslop Barbara Jones Marilyn Malrey Jeanne Majewski Cathy McAllister Gibert Richie Suzie Roddey Sharon Rogers Sandra Saliba Betty Steinsiek Elaine Strong 92 Lambda Iota Theta Chapter Lambda Chi enjoyed one of its most successful years on campus during the 1964-65 term. LXA won the top award for Homecoming displays, both first and second in the Alpha Gam talent show, first place in All-Greek basketball and first in the AOPi All-Greek Songfest for the fifth straight year. For the fourth year in a row, LXA placed four men in " Who ' s Who. " The fraternity inaugurated the " Jerry Rook Award, " which will be presented annually to Arkansas State ' s outstanding basketball player. Lambda Chi also maintained its blood bank at St. Ber- nard ' s Hospital. HP SPRING FORMAL — Members and pledges of Lambda Chi sponsor the only formal dance on campus each spring. Named the Crescent Ball, the event was held in March this year. Bob Akers Tom Akers Charles Alexander Sonny Bishop Joe Boeckmann Butch Buffalo Jim Burnett Ralph Burn Clark Daviss John Dickson Victor Dickson Robert Doak Woody Enderson Elbert Frazier Richard Gaines Joel Gamb Bobby King Bob Koch Brent Linebarier Marty Luper Larry Magness Blake Massey Bob Means James Mil James Rowland Dana Ryan Jerry Ryan Dan Strac i David Norris Fay Chappell Jim Fowler Roy Ockert John Erwin Pledge Trainer Ritualist Social Chairman Editor Scholarship Chairman n Callaway Bill Casey Wendell Chitmon Bob Clark Ronald Clark Gary Cole Mark Crow Wendell Crow 3y Gibson Randy Goacher Tom Ham Floyd Hicks Maurice Hitt Larry Holcomb Andy Hooper Vaughn Jerome lob Moore U. W. Mullins Bo McAllister Stan Nelson Phil Newkirk Phil Pickle Bill Pruett Farrell Roberts ft A HI Stringer Walt Tomsk Don Valdez Bill Walker Bill Wells Gene Williams Bill Winter David Young 95 Jim King President John McClung Jim Rogers Vice President Secretary Jerry Shue Treasurer Robert Hinshaw Tommy Spencer Conductor Historian Paul Crumrin Bill Perkins Jack Nail Pledge Trainer Rush Chairman Social Chairman Dr. W. W. Nedrow and Capt. Donald K. Slocombe are advisers of Pi Pappa Alpha. John Alls Robert Barkley Howard Baswell Jim Beard Jim Bennett Lloyd Boutwell Leon Brown James C 1 Gil Johnson Joe Joyner Bob Keener Jerry Kincade Mike King Charles Kruse Robert Laird William L i Ron Pipkens Jim Poe Ronnie Reese Neil Robbins Jerry Robertson Elvin Smith Rod Sparks Paul SI ]™ 96 Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Theta Chapter Delta Theta chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha kept up its tradition of leadership oo the A-State campus this year. In NfltiH foVrefes thft ' Pjfres placed second in the All-G the " A " dMsioD and first in the " the chapter was on the All-SLC sored Miss Phylli of Miss A-State. year wai neM spring. Pi Kappa Alp fraternity on campus. tball, second in flsketbaP tourney n the varsity level, Bill Pagano on The Pikes spon- ho won the title an eventful social Dance held this S d national BELLY UP — The " Longhorn Saloon, " which featured free beer of zero per cent alcohol content, was the setting of the spring PiKA rush party. in Mashburn Jimmy Miller Larry Miller Mike Mitchell Brian Mullen Bob McEvoy Robert McLean Bill Pagano Stewart Sam Taggart Gary Thomas Doug Thompson Bill Waggoner Joe Whitaker V. J. Whitt Jeff Williams 97 Sigma Phi Epsiloji, Arkansas Gamma Chapter FROM THE HEART— Members of Arkansas Gamma Chapter annually collect funds for the Heart Fund Drive in Jonesboro. Arkansas Gamma of SPE celebrated its tenth anniversary on campus. The fraternity has led an active campus life. Sig Ep won the Sigma Pi Softball Tournament, teamed with AGD to win the Phi Mu Playhouse and won third place in the Homecoming display. Leon Swihart served as first vice president of SGA, David Cady as senator and three others were representatives. Sig Eps collected $500 for the Heart Fund and gave a Christmas party for underprivileged chil- dren. The year was climaxed with the Queen of Hearts Ball, otraa arafram erv d as chapter sweetheart. 1 John Alderson Tommy Bailey Jim Berry Butch Boyd Charles Burr Eddie Bradford Butch Ford Leo Fortenberry Sam Flagg John Ed Gardner Mike Gibson Bill Goodyear Eddy Harbe Bob Kittrell Donald Linn Bobby Locke Walter Lyons Dick Roberts David Rogers Jerry Rogers Larry Sullivan Leon Swihart Barry Tubbs Richard Taylor Dennis Town efl 98 i David Clay Wayne Bramlette Carter Baxter Senior Marshall Junior Marshall Guard Sigma Phi Epsilon advisers, left to right, are C. D. Culver, Dr. Vance Sales and Edgar Kirk. lenry Carroll Butch Corbett Harold Craig David Danehower Gary Davis Darrell Donaldson Ron Durham Roger Everett uyne Hawkins Allen Hawley Jerry Hitt Richard Holeyfield Mike Holland At Dowell Hudson Harry Hyslop Sammy Justus erry Moody Ken Morgan Sam Nichols Pete Parenti Ken Payne John Plunkett Richard Power Terry Pross loyte Veazey Richard Walker Tim Wargo Tony Wilkie Ron Worthen Dale Wyatt Pete Young Marvin Zimmerman 99 Terry Wicker Ronnie Henson Lee Ziegenhorn Herald Sgt.-At-Arms Treasurer SWEET MUSIC — Charnelsa Schisler, Sigma Pi sweet- heart, is all smiles as members serenade her. Kenneth Allen Randy Allison Alan Arnold Lloyd Baker Billy Joe Bailey John Beason Mike Beebe Kenny Blade Robert Conner Gerald Phil Dawson Austin Dowell Ronald Dent Eddie DeShazo Bill Etter John Gouk Cunningham Jerry Lane Thomas Lewis Charles Moye Randy McDoniel Curt Montgomery Alvin Murray William Nance Larry Poo Marion Seay Joe Shielly Harold Smith Phil Smith Herman Strothers Edward Tanner Douglas Temples Kent Vivere 100 Sigma Pi Alpha Pi Chapter Sigma Pi became the first national fraternity on campus in 1948. This year Sigma Pi was well represented in intramural and varsity athletics. The chaEte v W-St placfe mmtramural foot- ball, rotSng upl69 poin to 14 for its opponents. The Sigma. RTs a ' tsp flitxkst place in billiards, second jnb idg , flrsHlf litwmg. second in golf. archery and f_. swimming. Tftfe class each sem s t were the Beattnll tlT w hootfifg and third in largest pledge tfhts of the year Orchid Ball. eft to right, R. L. A. S. Kirkikis. and Rick Blanton Joe Brewer Jack Brown Eddie Boster John Carter Jeff Carroll Tony Cariaco Ralph Cassidy ohn Walpole John Washington Bob Webb Allen Wicket 101 Spirit Trophy this year and also won first place in scholarship for the fall semester. The chapter was named runner-up to the top Teke chapter in the small college division. Gerry Moore, 1963- 64 historian, was named as one of TKE Inter- national ' s three Honor Histors. Lavon Wells was named to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Each year the Tekes award a plaque to the outstanding senior football player and give a banquet for t he football squad.. TEKE TRIO — Norman Sward, Jim Wilkins and Joe Elmore sing heartily in the Alpha Gamma Delta Talent Show. There was a little humor in their singing. James Anderson Robert Baxter Art Bentley Wade Berryhill Mike Berta Ronald Bishop Tony Boblack John Bausc Ricky Cooper Tommy Davis Ben Davidson Edward Dozier Robert Dryer Joe Elmore Spencer Elrod Dub Fc Harry Harrell Bill Harrison Larry Haynes Cecil Holifield Gerald Jumper Dayton Keller Butch Keller George Kem e Bob McCuiston Tommy McGee Steve Puryear Butch Rayburn Tommy Reese Edward Rickus Butch Rich r 102 Jim Pardew President Charles Dryer Billy Earl Keith Jerry Wells Vice President Secretary Treasurer Lavon Wells Dickie Duke Bob Gardella Jim Wilkins Pledge Trainer Historian Sgt.-at-Arms Chaplain Dr. John Galloway (left) and Lloyd Goff are advisers for the Teke chapter. tiJUL ickey Bridger David Burns John Cameron Jim Campbell Bryan Caplinger Van Christopher Michael Clark Stanley Clampit AM John Frets Jerry Gladden Charles Goire John Goldsmith Malcolm Griffin Ray Hall Robert Halley Gary Hankins Gary Marlar Donald Maupin Lowell Miller William Mills Allen Monroe Paul Mugge Terry McCord mil , dkit Kk4 it dfrfc Lhard Ritchey Bruce Sanderson Richard Shelton Norman -Swacd Robert Walker Melvin Wamock John Watson Neely Wilkerson 103 Nathaniel Judd President Franklin Wise Vice President Kenneth Starnes Secretary Towny Sparks Treasurer Cherokee Men ' s Council Eddie Williams Reporter Bob Thompson Historian Mike Deck Sgt.-At-Arms Cherokee Men ' s Co years and participates This year the CMC wo, mechanical division for ship is stressjid Jts epT point average attaine is president of the SG both selected for " Who room is now located in store. Recreational facilities been on campus six merous activities, ond place in the ing. Scholar- 2.81 grade r. Bill Ennis h Hyde were he CMC club college book- Rave been made available to all married students by the group. 104 LOCOMOTIVE 8-0-1 — Members of CMC work vigorously on their Homecoming display which won them second place. Dewayne Davidson Bill Davis Charles Decker Russell Dowden Jr. Carroll Duckworth Clarence Duckworth Jerry James John Jennings • Lannes Johnson Ray Jones Najib Jirjis Richard Miller Billy Provence Robert Pollard Harold Ramsey Lonnie Risenhoover Glen Roberts John Rousey Jim Watson John Whitney Paul Wildy Dennis Wilson Roy L. Wood 105 BILL ENNIS of Success President, Student Government Major — Accounting 106 Student Solons Help Generate Enthusiasm Success comes to organizations in many ways. For the 1964 Student Government Association, success came from an active interest and student- orientated planning. These people had the priviledge of co-ordinating activ- ities in the massive Reng Center, as well as to provide many student social opportunities. In success terms, the SGA is proud to point to the enthusi- asm of the general student body to their sincere, highly effective effort. SPOTLIGHTED — Part of the SGA ' s responsibility includes securing popular professional talent, such as the Rooftop Singers above. FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT— Leon Swihart of Leachville. SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT— Sally Dennis of Caraway. Activities Varied, BRAND NEW — Sporting equipment for the dormitories was pur- chased in large quantities this year to boost student participation. Proponents of the New Deal administration kept the student ' s voice in scho T v i A 4 affairs effective in ' 64. A record number of week-end dances and activities we K l 1 r C ll ( s s W t Cl realized, as well as the badly needed purchase of athletic equipment for student us . REPRESENTATIVES— (seated): Carol Voss, Sharon Cooper, Janice Garrett, Judy Moody, Janna Helms, Ruth Loberg- (standing)- John Alderson, Corky Ennis, John Whitney, Bill Winter, Donnie Linn, Jerry McAfee, Paul Madden. STUDENT SENATE— (seated): Sue Stewart, Jim Goad, Linda Graham; (standing): David Cady, Lon Simmons, Tom Ham. APPOINTED OFFICERS— (seated): Peggy Davis, treas.; Mary Ann Bartlett, sec ' y-; Ann Curtiss, activities; (standing): Sam Gennuso, advisor: Marty Luper, asst. bookstore manager; Willard Walker, bookstore manager; David Norris, freshman orientation. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS— (seated): Sue Wilson, Judy Cartilla, Sue Young; (standing): Jerry Palmer, Glen Harris. ' 109 HONORARY CADETS— (front row): Mary Haley, Band Company; Pam Mat- lock, Scabbard and Blade Sweetheart; Becky McPheeters, Honorary Cadet Colonel; LaRaye Brown, Pershing Rifles Sweetheart; Sue Stewart, E Company; (back row): Bettye Holland, A Company; Sally Baker, F Company; Lucinda Williams, Headquarters Company; Nita Kay Vanhook, D Company; Joan Farrell, C Com pany; and Pat Jones, B Company. ROTC Honorary Cadets In Action The honorary cadets of Arkansas State are the bright part of the ROTC. These girls are chosen by a vote of the cadets every spring for the following year. They are obligated to attend the drills every Thursday, and to participate in the parades and other ROTC activities. Each spring one honorary cadet is chosen to reign as queen of the Military Ball. Their purposes are simply to look pretty and add color to the corps. NITA KAY VANHOOK Newport DIANE HALSELL Blytheville Cheerleaders Provide Pep LINDA LOU THORNE Batesville CAPTAIN BECKY SCURLOCK Jonesboro Realizing the constant demand for school spirit around campus, the cheerleaders of Arkansas State are always on the go, pro- moting this enthusiasm. The girls use most of their energy in organ- izing pep rallies and parades, putting up posters and banners and especially leading the crowd in letting the various A-State teams know they are behind them all the way at every game. BECKY HENDERSON Blytheville Twirlers Pretty, Talented A necessary part of any fine marching band is pretty ma- jorettes. Arkansas State ' s majorettes fulfill this re- quirement as well as that of being talented twirlers. MARY CATHERINE NEAL West Memphis SUE STEWART Piggott FEATURE TWIRLER JAHNAE HARPER Caruthersville, Mo. SANDY BONE Jonesboro HEAD MAJORETTE 114 COPY EDITORS— are Bill Mosbey, Brenda Welch, James Franks, Becky Bridges and Mike Barber. Herald Work Hectic But Worthwhile Tex Plunkett usually walks into the Herald newsroom on Monday morning and asks a traditional question: " Do you think we ' ll ever get a paper out this week? " Viewing the disorder — scurrying reporters, clicking typewriters, flying paper — one would hardly wonder why he asks it. But somehow, a creation arises from the turmoil. Each Fri- day, the State College Herald is distributed and, hopefully, read. " We ' ve never missed a Herald deadline, " Tex says with pride. And his students, while carefully perusing their own stories, are proud, too. I ' M SORRY, JOEL!— Action sometimes gets thick for the Herald staff, as co-editors Joel Gambill and Glenda Daniel can attest. EDITORIAL EDITORS— Joe Elmore (left) and Bill Winter weed out the nasty cuts. SOCIETY EDITORS— In charge of the society page are Becky Henderson (left) and Suzi Cameron who keep news flowing. OH NO, CHARLIE— Tex Plunkett looks up after hearing one of business manager Charlie Wiles ' brilliant ideas on how to make more money in advertising. SPORTS EDITORS— Plenty of copy was available this year for sports editors Larry Wright, Jim Pardew and Jon Long. Heading The Indian KASU Sports Network An impressive year in athletics calls for the best in news cover- age, and KASU-FM heads the vast system of stations which carried this year ' s exciting on- the-spot reports to interested parties all over Arkansas. Al- ways listenable. this college- owned, student operated broad- casting service is a valuable training ground for students ma- joring and minoring in radio journalism, and provides enter- tainment in the form of news, special events, music, and public service information. Whenever anything which affects Arkansas State happens, one can bet that KASU has a man nearby. CHIEF ANNOUNCER— Jim Cathey HEAD INSTRUCTOR— Mr. Charles Rasberry 1 16 Concert Choir CONCERT CHOIR— (Row One): Martha Henry. John Erwin, Sandra Saliba. (Row Two): Tommye Taylor, Kenny Wood, Jerry Chilcutt. Pat Walters. (Row Three): Mr. Alfred Skoog, Betty Carol Burks, Dick Walker, Danny Ross, Jeannie Majewski. (Row Four): Sally Dennis, Bill Hendrix, Nickey Snow, Joan Mayes. (Row Five): Sarah Carter, David Durham, Ronnie Durham, Susan Young. (Row Six): Rae Dubray, Gordon Williams, Ned Ellis. Nancy McBrayer. (Row Seven): Frances Reasons, Jean Mayer, Kay Brown. ASC Singers ASC Singers — (Row One): David Riddle. French, Dennis Coop. Jim Pepper, John Fortenberry, Jerry Chilcutt, Don Russina, John Porter, Jim Carr, Howard Voilbery, Don Rob- bins. Kenny Wooa. Violas Elder. Dick Walker, Dennis Riddle. (Row Two): Bill Hendrix, Gordon Williams, Ronnie Durham, Anita Phillips, Pat James, Dotty Baily. Joy Dunn, Paulette Croft, Betty Bickford, Barbara Gohes. Ned Ellis, Galy Winters, David Gardner. Bill Pruitt. (Row Three): Linda Folts, Rebekah Flannigan, Susan Clafton, Elizabeth Wilkins, Jean Hartung, Carol Gardner. Linda Hula, Gloria House, Mary Jean Vail, Paula Grisham, Frances Glorioso, Joan Rutledge, Shirley Ganger. 0, Choral Union Madrigal Singers CHORAL UNION — ( Row One): Gloria House, Gwyn Mosley. Carole James. Elizabeth Wilkins. Diane Champion, Joan Rutledge, Rebekah Flannigan, Susan Young, Rae Dubray, Jean Anderson, Frances Reasons, Frances Gloriaso, Caryn Hutchinson, Marilyn Rhea, Nancy McBrayer. (Row Two): Beverly Rodger, Lois Johns, Patricia Huntley, Susan Crafton, Saunder Hill, Elizabeth Bickford, Connie Gardn- er, Betty Burks, Sarah Carter, Renee Norton, Jean Hartung, Carolyn Lusk, Sharon Manning, Joy Dunn, Linda Hula, Ruth Loberg, Hollie Farris. (Row Three): Catherine Smart, Anita Phillips. Rebecca Green, Barbara McKeel, Pat Walters, Margaret Miller, Martha Henry. Tommye Taylor. Nicky Snow, Sandra Saliba, Paulette Craft, Jeanne Majewski, Victoria Urton, Sharon Robertson. Patsy James. Billie Sue Ray, Linda Foltz. (Row Four): David Riddle, Dennis Riddle, Gary Hercher. Ned Ellis. Lee Breytspraak. David Emery, James Pepper, Kennett Wood. Richard Walker. Ronald Durham. Daniel Ross, Jim Carter, Roger Ferguson, Larry French, John Fortenberry, William Hendrix, Gordon Williams. Thomas 0 ' Conner.( Row Five): Donald Robbins, Clive Collins, Howard Vollberg. Tommie Gambill. Alan Lentz, Vilas Elder, John Erwin, John Porter. James Fielder, Larry Smithee, Larry Graddy. Martin James, Jimmy Carr, Paul Elledge, Victor Loftus, Joseph Blades, Richard Bishop, Jerry Chilcutt, David Bingham. ASC Madrigal Singers— (Row One): Ray Dubray. Bill Hendrix, Frances (Row Two): Jean Anderson, Kenny Wood, Tommye Taylor, John Porter, Richard Walker. Reasons, Ronny Durham. Susan Young, Betty Burks, Still serving the Agriculture De- partment as the oldest club on campus jis the Agri Club. Its activities include an Agri Day, Spring Rodeo and partial spon- soring of FFA Judging Day. AGRI CLUB — (front row): Max Whitfield, Larry L. Jones, Charlie Roglin, Earle Pope, Don Gazaway, Bill Beach, Wayne Allgood, Lloyd Baker, Leo Fortenberry, Jerry McAfee, Floyd Baker, Billy Clifft; (second row): James Davenport, William Ferrante, Ed DeShazo, Lavon Wells, Wayne Wright, Tom Stevens, Berta Ann Elphingstone, Carroll Duckworth, James Gaston, Allen Monroe. Gordon E. Petty, Jim Fowler, Robert E. Trebilcock, L. N. Hochstetler; (third row): Eddie Hubbell, Don Cravens, John Baker, Charles Lewis, Pete Callahan, Julian Crider, Lanty Frazier Jr., Doyle Reddick, Steve Stevens, Gary Chappel, William T. Biggers, Charles Collier, Ronald Sims, Leland Jackson, J. B. Penn, Larry W alker. Agri Club Agri Engineers AGRI ENGINEERS — (front row): Gary C. Buck, Jackie N. Norris, Steve Lewis, George Jirjis, Louie E. Dunn, Norman E. Madden; (second row): Dayton Keller, Larry Ball, Sammy Flagg, Larry Burk, Jerry W. Barnes, Herbert F. Williams, sponsor. Agricultural engineers form this group, which often takes field trips to experimental stations and sponsors representatives to district meetings. Papers, films and lectures fill their programs. 12D ALPHA PSI OMEGA — (front row): Melinda Burr, Gene Worthen, Laura Ford, Tyler Million, Mary Nell Masterson; (second row): John Masterson, Dave Ritchey, Eleanor Kirks, Martin Ausmus, Randy Allison; (back row): Linda Berry, Vick Burdin, Art Stewart, Bill Henderson. Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fraternity. By learning through participating in dramatics both on the stage and back-stage, members are selected. Based on scholarship, leadership and service, Alpha Sig is the honorary fraternity for seniois. Requirements include an overall 3.2 average and 10 activity points. Alpha Sigma Upsilon ALPHA SIGMA UPSILON — (front row): Anne Parker, Glenda Daniel, Helms; (back row): Edith Chapman, Jeannine McHaney, Mildred Vance, Dennis, Marcia Harrell, Peggy Hunter, Eleanor Lane. Veda French, Janna Linda Thompson, Sally 121 ALPHA KAPPA PSI MEMBERS — (front row): Philip Ford, Willard Walker, Bill Ennis, James Orman, Dale Runsick, Howard Starnes, Darrell Brothers, C. C. Carrothers; (second row): Charles Jarvis, Charles Burr, Allen Hawley, Billy Earl Keith, James Howard Bouland, John C. Bogan, James A. Elliott, Fred Robinson; (third row): Roger Everett, Bill Trout, Hoyte Veazy, Lynn Nash, Charles Wahlquist, Ronald Naylor. L. M. Dinsmore. Alpha Members Kappa Psi Any outstanding male student in the Department of Business and Economics is eligible for mem- bership. This is the oldest na- tional professional fraternity. A pledgeship is required. Officers ALPHA KAPPA PSI OFFICERS — (front row): William Spurlock, vice-president; Jerry W. James, secretary; D6n Etnier, faculty adviser; Hugh Hyde, president; Charles Brooks, treasurer; (second row): John Alderson, historian; Jim Watson, warden; Henry Jones, director of publicity; Jack Henson, chaplain; Dewayne Davidson, alumni secretary; John C. Whitney, master of rituals. Alpha Kappa Psi Pledges ALPHA KAPPA PSI PLEDGES — (front row): Kenneth W. McCormick. David Tayor. Joe R. Zug, Marty Luper, Jim Tidwell, Charles L. Redmond; (second row): Philip Davidson, Mike Bollendorf, Brian Mullen, James B. Neldon, Dick Trout. Dick Mattingly; (back row): Walter Sweet, Sam Smith, Charles Washam, Mike Spain. American Chemical Society AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY— (front row): Floyd Tanner, Bob Clark, Bill McNutt, Wayne Sickels, Herman Curtis, Dan Freeman; (second row): Ronald Estes, Doug Nelson, Eldon Barnett, Gary A. Parker, Wendell Burnside, J. E. Bennett, Dr. Dewey Sifford; (back row): Richard Mitchell, Charles Wilson, Bobby Layton, Howard Moore, Gene Elpingstone, Delbert Hughes. Meeting bi-monthly to hear stu- dent and guest speakers, view films and take field trips is the American Chemical Society, which includes majors in chem- istry or chemical engineering. Under the sponsorship of Dave R ' itchey, the Arrowhead Players have had an active year. Climax- ing the year is the presentation of acting awards at the annual spring banquet. ARROWHEAD PLAYERS — (front row): Dave Vines, Elroy Cantrell, Melinda Burr, Linda Berry, Lauren White, Alvin Lane, Jimmy McCain, Dennis Evans: (second row): Sherry Sherwood, Laura Ford. Art Stewart, John Masterson , Gene Worthen, Mary Nell Masterson, Vic Burdin, Ken Payne; (third row): Kathy Barr, Elizabeth Wilkins, Bill Morrow, Ken Hartsfield, Joedi Wyllie, Rebecca Green, Jean Etoch, Martin Ausmus. Arrowhead Players I | Arrow Staff ARROW STAFF — (sitting): Sam Gennuso. Joan Farrell, John Masterson. (standing): Art Stewart, Sue Kelley, U. W. Mullins, Jim Cox, Linda Earls, Wesley Miller. Publishing a literary magazine is capably handled by the Arrow Staff. This publication, now in its second year, is sponsored by the Featherpens Club. 124 BETA BETA BETA — (front row): Sally Dennis, Jeannine Saunders, Ramona Simmons, Dr. W. W. Nedrow; (second row): Robert Lynch, Norman Crecelius, Tommy Bailey, Elroy Cantrell; (back row): Dick Toya, Earl Hanebrink, James Bishop, Alan Posey. Beta Beta Beta Promotion of scholarship, scien- tific knowledge and biological research is the aim of the Tri- Beta, which is for biology majors and minors with a ' B ' average or better. BSU Executive Council BSU EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— (front row): Lynn Coleman, Vickie Urton, Barbara Owen, Martha Dollins, Cheryl Lloyd; (second row): Mary Jean Vail, Doug Claybrook, Pauline Matthews, Glenda Daniel, Brenda Welch, Dick Bumpass; (back row): Dale Christian, Benny Clark, Wimpy Bridges, James Chaffin, Tommy Stafford, Jerry Wilcox. 125 CHI ALPHA — (sitting): Rev. Joe Wilmoth, Carolyn Winemiller, Ellen Newman, Linda Whitt, Mary Tinsley, Donna Linam; (standing): Jerry Dortch, Jack Hughes, Eddie Hubbell, Melvin Binam, Howard Watkins, Don Whitt. Chi Alpha Canterbury Club CANTERBURY CLUB— (sitting): Father Bartlam, Mary Ellen Erwin, Bob Pierson; (standing): Nor- man Sward, president, Gerald McGough, advisor, David Fellows. Circle K, as an affiliate of Ki- wanis International, is a club dedicated to serving the college. Circle K sponsors a campus beautification week and the Miss ASC beauty pageant. CIRCLE K CLUB — (front row): Robert Trebilcock, Jack Marvin, Roger Everett, Charles Washam, Charles Burr, Ken Morgan, John L. Ulmer; (second row): Edgar Kirk, Mike Clark, Bob Holden, Norman Sward, John Watson, Lloyd Clark, Philip Taylor, Danny Pruett; (back row): William P. Nicholson Jr., Wade Berryhill, Gerry B. Moore, Jerry McAfee, Mike A. Holland, Wayne Snipes. Circle K Club Featherpens FEATHERPENS — (front row): Mrs. Elizabeth Neeley, Caryn Hutchinson, Linda Earls, Sue Kelley, Mary Bob Bledsoe, Elizabeth Wilkins, Sandra Dougherty, Cathy Smart, Linda Graham, Jan Harrell; (second row): Sammy R. Gennuso, Sharon James, Sandra Taylor, Mary Kathryn Willett. Judith Shan- non, U. W. Mullins, Marvin Zimmerman, Dale Wyatt, Bill Mosbey, Wilburn D. Griggs, Dennis Britt, Grady Stevens; (last row): Marcia Carter, Barbara Thompson, Tom Ham, Roy Keller, Art Stewart, Bobby Reynolds, Wesley Miller, Barbara Pruitt, Joan Farrell, John Masterson. Featherpens, composed primari- ly of English majors and minors, sponsors a writing contest in the spring. An important money- making activity is showing films several times each semester. I r t kit " I COUNTER GUERRILLAS — (front row): David Martin, Roger Vieth, Herschel Smith, Marvin Hampton, John C. Bogan, Bob Pettengell, Tom Philips, Art Stewart, Larry Graddy; (second row): Hugh Greene, John Rutledge, Ronald Estes, Steve Boyle, Farrel W. Roberts, Tom Gay, Dwain Lewis, Martin Becker, James Eggleston, Danny M. Self, Steve L. Ermert; (back row): Bill Matthews, Bobby Sisk, Larry Thomas, Danny Harris, James Shively, Preston E. Hufstedler, Terry L. Davis, Donald G. Parker, Austin Harris Jr., Vernon Block, Gary Winters. COUNTER GUERRILLAS— (front row): Gary Marlar, Eddy Doman, Walter Johnson, Mike Back, Charles Corbett, Capt., Sidney Crabtree, Robert Thompson, Anthony M. Canepa, Clifton G. Crairi, Rick J. Fallis, Curtis D. Goodrich; (second row): Lewis Wilkison, John M. Canepa, Richard Mat- thews, Jerry Eldridge, Danny Faulk, Larry LaGand, John McHaney, Doug Nelson, Daniel Becker, Robert Montgomery, Jerry Kaufman, William Pelts, Van Deeter, Harvey French, John McAllister; (back row): Terry Smith, Tommy Barber, Larry Mcllvoy, Jean Reel, David Wright, Gary Melton, Larry Clark, Andy Stovall, Ronald Dale, Bob Baker, John Richard, Steve Jones. Counter Guerrillas At the weekly meetings of the Counter Guerrilla unit, the mem- bers concern themselves with field lessons and programs, ac- tual field training and counter guerrilla tactics. J The precision drill team is open to those who can qualify. Al- though it is an honor to be a member, it also requires a great deal of diligent work and con- stant drill practice. DRILL TEAM — (front row): Maj. Charles McCarroll, Mike Back, Art Stewart, David Vines: (second row): Bob Thomas, Dana Ryan, Lloyd Clark, Allen Veasman, Mike Gipson, Henry Foster, Richard Garrellick, Bo McAllister; (third row): Bob White, Cecil Holifield, Ron Tripplett, Bob Brown, Rusty Rowe, James Wever, Charles Waldrip, Jim Goal, Paul Ragsdale; (fourth row): Tony Rowton, H. C. Wallace, Lindel Hutson, David Flatt, Byron Gregory, Robert Mustain, Jim. Clayton, A. L. Dixon, Lloyd LeWallen; (back row): Bob Crain, Joe Rhein, John Bausher, Bruce Jackson, Jim Davis, Dwayne Faulkner, Randall Carey, James Wilson, Herbert Neighbors. Precision Drill Team Scabbard And Blade SCABBARD AND BLADE— (sitting): Thomas D. Ham, Capt. Sidney J. Crabtree, Maj. Charles B. McCarron, Anthony Canepa, Maj. William E. Hall, Robert W. Tho mpson, Charles H. Corbett; (standing): Marvin E. Hampton, Samuel L. Smith, Robert E. Pettengell, Gary B. Cole, Mike Back, Derwood C. Biles, Ronald E. Jackson. Members of this honorary mili- tary fraternity for advanced ca- dets train younger cadets for leadership positions in the armed forces. They wear red and blue arm cords. 4 SHHHVfl FUTURE FARMERS — (front row): Billy Clifft, Steve W. Stevens, Jerry D. Patton; (second row): Dr. Olen P. Nail, Robert Trebilcock, Wayne Wright, Faye Marchbanks, James Gaston, Dale Walk- er, Allen Monroe, J. B. Penn, Butch Richardson, Julian Crider, Jack Sharp, Dr. Amos B. Rougeau; (third row): Thomas A. Stevens, James Treece, John Baker. Floyd Baker, Ray Plumlee, Charles Lewis, Lanty Frazier Sr., David Reaves, William T. Biggers, Charles Collier, Larry Walker, Huie Roffin, Gordon E. Petty, Johnny Neel. James Walling; (back row): Lloyd Baker, William Nicholson, Howard Masters, Jerry McAfee, Bobby Bradley, Jimmy Wallin, Franklin D. Richardson, Glenn T. Halbrook, Gary Chappel, Larry Browner, Gary Capps, Jim Fowler. Carroll Duckworth, Jerry Seats. Future Farmers This chapter was organized for those majoring in agriculture education. It prepares them for positions as sponsors of high- school chapters. This chapter also assists in FFA Day here. One of the Graphic Arts Club ' s biggest projects is the printing of ribbons for sale at football games. In this way students with three hours of printing boost school spirit. Graphic Arts Club GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB— (front row): Bob Kern, Gene Ballard, Bobby Ruff, Cecil Vavak, Robert J. Gardella; (second row): Louis Meyers, Jon Braswell, David Cave, Jimmy Norsworthy, Gerry Moore, Gil Johnson; (back row): Van Christopher, Richard Haley, Charles Wiles, Dick Clifford, Ted Wong, Larry Hunter. SI » ■ 130S The Education Department ' s honorary organization is Kappa Delta Pi. As in all honoraries, high scholastic achievement is the primary qualification for membership. KAPPA DELTA PI— (front row): Cheryl Lloyd, Peggy Hunter, Miss Lillian Barton, (back row): Kaye Moore, Victoria Hummelstein, Kathy Wood, Mary Jo Gibson. counselor; Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Pi KAPPA PI — (front row): Heather Rust, Mary D. Stickford, Bonnie Willett, Phyllis Braun; (back row): Robert White, Roby Scucchi, Carolyn Powell, Jimmy Gillentine, Leonard Farley, sponsor. The Art Department ' s honorary organization is Kappa Pi. One of its projects is making the papier mache heads for the fig- ures which appear in the Jones- boro Christmas parade. 131 LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS— (front row): Karen Philhours, Joan Culp, Elizabeth Wilkins, Patti Har- T e Circle Franrak a Frpnrh low; (second row): Carol Yantis, Carolyn Barnes, Sue Kelley. Mary Ellen Erwin, Brenda Bratton, ™ J " J ' rrencn Ellen Newman; (back row): Marcia Carter, Gerald McGough, advisor, Victor L. McNece Grady , C,Ub ' P ermits lts members to Stevens. learn more about French culture through films, trips and speak- ers. Members i French course. Membership requirements for this club include a 2.5 overall in math and a 2.0 overall in other subjects. Any math major or minor may become a member of this group. Math Club MATH CLUB — (front row): Pauline Clampit, Sandra Berry, Ann Carter, Louise Sharp, Kay Camp- bell, Nancy Howell; (second row): Larry Brandon, Johnny Basinger, Bob Pettengell, Truman Baker, Ronnie Clark, John S. Rousey; (back row): Nancy Sigler, advisor, Cecil Coffin, Taylor Francis, Tom Trevathan, advisor, Lonnie Minton, Sharon Henson. MISSIONARY BAPTIST — (front row): Marjorie Guthrey, Roberta Ring, Nancy McBrayer, Anita Light. Pat Glover, Charlene Thomas; (second row): James Sullens. George Raley, Roy Croom, James Landers, Charles Landers, Barbara Hendley; (back row): Carroll David McCalister, Richard Kamm, Danny M. Self, Martin M. Becker, James Clements, David Gardner. This organization is for those who are majoring or minoring in art education. It specializes in acquainting students in art and in preparing them to be art teachers. NAEA Missionary Baptist Fellowship NAEA — (front row): Bob Nelson, Sara Sue Furniss, Gene Witlow, Susan Wolf; (second row): Mack McClanahan, Bonnie Willett, Carolyn Powell. Ann Reid, Richard Wilbanks, R. A. Ward, sponsor; (back row): Kay Robinson, Mary D. Stickford, Phyllis Braun, Kay Cargill, Ellen Whiting. 133 NEWMAN CLUB — (front row): Don W. Schoenborn. William Prichard, Patrick L. Davis, Tom Power, Walter Klemme, Steve Patton, Guido Hassin, Michael Bollinger, John H. Goldsmith Jr., Joe Boeckmann, Mack Baugh; (second row): Edie Rinchuso, Heather Rust, Barbara Sipa, Margie Ray, Pat Montgomery, Frances Glorioso, Father H. J. Chinery, Chaplain, Robert J. Akers, Louise Odom, Barbara Hart, Bettye Hood, Jean Etoch, Anna Kieltuski, Theresa Scott; (third row): Mary Kathryn Willett, Janet Shepherd. Judv Craig, Martha Dupwe, Marcia Gullia, Carolyn Kueter, Catherine Kel- ler, Marty Etzkorn, Alicia Rich, Kathy Beseau, Brenda Wilburn, Ellen Becker, Louis Alpe, Ted Kueter, Gaston Arguello; (fourth row): Robert Cowles. Garland Arrington, Bob Schoenborn, Ed- mundo J. DeShon, Louis A. Raley, Bill Casey, Tony Boblack, B. J. Larsen, Allen Hagen, Richard vVeber, Lloyd Freppo, Danny E. Bell, Ronald Beckman, Mickael Moore, Tom Akers, Samuel Riney. Newman Club Providing guidance for A-State ' s -i -i -i • • 1 four sororities, Panhellenic Coun- ranhelleillC COUllCll cil abides closely by the rules of National Panhellenic Council. PAN HELLENIC— (front row): Janice Garrett, Anne Parker, Becky Bridges, Janna Helms, Sara Making and enforcing rush rules Beth Bateman, Sandra Dougherty; (back row): Kathy A. Wood, Linda Gail Thompson, Miss Stroud, is a big task. Cathy Smart, Kathy L. Wood, Carolyn Swindle. 134 Students majoring or minoring in physical education are eligible to become members of the PEMM Club. Meeting programs are centered around speakers and group sport demonstrations. PEMM CLUB — (front row): Glenn Murphy, Russell McSwain. Bill Bailey, Cleo Massey; (second row): Sharon Cooper, Barb Myers, Donna Yantis, Karen Batterton, Diane Halsell, Jody Mostyn. Nancy Olinger, Jo Ann Green. Janice Robinson; (third row): Evelyn Prescott. sponsor, George French, Mickey Mahon, Monti Kay Ward. Judy Haws. Catherine Fisher, Marguerite Moore, Carolyn Spears, Connie Alexander, J. C. Moses, Ronald Boggs, Jack Emery, Jeanne McHaney, Stanley Nel- son; (back row): Myrna Henry, Diane King, Richard Lee Atwill, Eric E. Wright, Glenn Patton, Bill Ennis, Charles Fraser, Larry Haynes, John Emerson, Linda Ringo, Cathy Dallas. PEMM Club Pi Gamma Mu PI GAMMA MU — (front row): Larry Clowers, Becky Lyttle, Mary LiBeau, Kay Sharp, Jeannine McHaney, Marilyn Alstadt, Ruby E. Martin; (second row): Darrell McElyea, John Galloway, Elea- nor Kirks, Edith Chapman. Jerry Taylor, Dr. Donald Konald, Marion Buffalo; (back row): John C. Osoinach, Chester R. Stewart, Phillip Kustoff, Robert W. Thompson, Franklin F. Wise, Joe Justus, Durward Cooper, Homer C. Huitt. Tradition is an important part of all colleges, and Pi Gamma Mu has a tradition that start- ed in the 1930 ' s. Each year the White Christmas program is pre- sented by the group. PHI BETA LAMBDA — (front row): Lenna James, Jahnae Harper, Doris Robinson, Alma Moore, Bonnie Evans. Linda Hodges, Sandy Dougherty Penny Young; (second row): Janna Helms, Sharon Garner, Sharon Farr, Jean Campbell, Carolyn Barnes, Mary Catherine Cude, Glenda Cowart, Linda Leeds, Linda Stratton; (back row): Mignonne Wilson. Veda French, William Nelson, Glen Roberts, Ronnie Rodgers, Carroll Odom, Bonnie McCamey. Phi Beta Lambda Business majors or minors are automatically eligible to mem- bership. Any non-majors or mi- nors require a two-thirds vote from members. A spring banquet is sponsored yearly. Pi Omega Pi, honorary business education fraternity, requires a 3.0 average in business subjects and a 2.0 minimum for others. All members must undergo a pledging period. Pi Omega Pi PI OMEGA PI — (front row): Mandy Humphries, Sandra Dougherty. Carletta McDonald, Linda Dacus, Carolyn Barnes; (second row): Dr. Katherine Green, Veda French, Sharon Garner, Rebecca Collins, Mary Lou Wood; (third row): Lenita Futrell, Kay Hill, Robert L. Ferralasco, Pat Lewis, Isabella Bogan, K. E. Lucus. Composed of the presidents of all campus organizations, the President ' s Roundtable gives stu- dent leaders, faculty and admin- istration a chance to meet and exchange various ideas. PRESIDENTS ROUNDTABLE— (front row): Eddie Huhbell, Jerry McAfee, Rex D. Ennis, Jr., Gerry Crabb, Danny M. Self, Gene Elphingstone, Hugh Hyde, Dick Toya; (second row): Linda Thompson, Peggy Hunter, Bonnie Evans, Donna Baker, Rae Jeanne Dubray, Mignonne Wilson, Linda Thorne, Sandra Dougherty, Marrietta Graves, Nancy Olinger; (third row): John H. McClung, Sally Baker, Mary Nancy Huntsman, Linda Ringo, Mary Venda Wade, Janna Helms, Paula Bell, Mary Anne Bartlett, Barbara Thompson, David K. Vines, Ken Hartsfield, Roby Scucchi, Robert Akers; (back row): Bill Ennis, Lavon Wells, Norman Sward, Eric Wright, John Watson, Jim Pardew, John L. Ulmer, John Erwin, Tommy Stafford, Vaughn Jerome, Robert Gardella. President ' s Roundtable Science The Agriculture department has more departmental clubs than any other department. Newest and fastest-growing of these is the Plant Science Club, organ- ized just two years ago. PLANT SCIENCE CLUB — (front row): Buddy Hughes. Estel Simpson, Jr.. Donald Neal, Sammy D. Atwel, Gene Griffin. W. C. Mills; (second row): J. W. Murphy, Bob Kindrick, Tim Wargo, Jr., Tony Wilkie, Elvis Morris, A. W. Tennille; (back row): A. J. Langlois, Edward Limbert, Jim Wilkins, Jerald Spencer, Doyle Lawrence, Ralph Sanders. ' ■ ' Mi 4 ! 1 1 Mi x.tw r If ' II MtUtJ i . ■ T 1 2. R. I JT hi. 1 II ' -Ita Jfli I. 4 SNEA — (front row): Dianne Piggott, Mary Ann Scalogna, Faye Marchbanks. Pat McKenzie, Bette Brashears, Phyllis Annette Wallis, Nita Vanhook, Lois Johns, Johnnie Ellen Ford, Anna Kieltushi, Barbara Ann Watson, Mary Ann Sulfridge; (second row): Eugene Hardy Jerry Wilcox, Elizabeth Wilkins, Jackie Vowell, Marrietta Graves, Patricia Yotter, Jo Ann Mathis, Mary Nancy Huntsman, Elizabeth Ann Smith, Phyllis Gail Jones, Lillian Barton, Carolyn Turnbow, Kaye Moore, Valerie Thornton, Carole Frame, Mary Catherine Holden, Janet Caneer, Judy Moody; (back row): Donna Fullerton, Kathy A. Wood, Itsy Kendrick, Betsy Campbell. Brenda Bratton, Cathy Smart, Sandra Sissom, Meme Helzer, Kathy L. Wood, Jane Cato, Joan Williamson, Ann Curtiss, Linda King. Instilling a desire in future teachers to become truly profes- sional, the Student National Edu- cation Association accomplishes its national purposes. Student NEA KASU is the only college non- commercial radio station and is run by members of the Radio Broadcasters Club, which is composed of students majoring or minoring in radio. KASU Radio Broadcasters KASU RADIO BROADCASTERS — (front row): Darrel Cunningham, Linda Berry, Sharon Garner, Charles Rasberry; (back row): Jerry Ballard, Lynn Farr, Jerry Ryan, Ben Brogdon, John Ulmer. 138 Pershing Rifles is a national mili- PERSHING RIFLES— (front row): Maj. William Hall, advisor, Billy Borchert, Gary Hibbs, Daniel tary fraternity for those fresh- Hester, Gary Gibson, Ralph Williams, Don Odom, James Brown; (back row): Danny Gormon, „, " L j ,„„ ,. u„ „»„„ j Ronnie Morgan, Lloyd Jones, Eldon Barnett, Willis Campbell, Frank Pulliam, Arthur Dixon, Den- men and sophomores who stand nis Bu|| Ed £ e Dozi r out in military science. The group is the little brother of Scabbard and Blade. Pershing Rifles Rifle Team RIFLE TEAM— (front row): Jim Gillentine, Jim Jensen, Bill Callahan, Joel Barker, Gale Hunt: (second row): Mike Hampton, Jill Valenteen, Donald Jones, Bill McNutt, Jerry L. Hunt, Allen Rhodes, S. Sgt. Jerry Boman, coach. Aside from gaining skill in the use of rifles, ROTC students with outstanding talent travel throughout the area to compete in matches with other college teams. mm pi $ 1 l| If i ' V Li WM U f ; mm % M ■ i ST |i til T $ y •A M -ll - j | ir »i i 1 fl 1 Be I s STATESMEN — (f ront row): Ronnie Adkinson, Bennie Byrd, Butch Spears, James Harbin, Jerry Taylor, Bill Hartmann, Claude Whited; (second row): Walter Klemme, Henry Jones, Everett Smith, Sidney McHaffey, Mike Hampton, Rick Hall, Alan Thornbrough, Russell McSwain, Marshall Larkin, Bill Waldrip; (third row): Max Redmond, Bob Ball, Sammy R. Gennuso, Sudie Cecil, Ronald Boggs, Hugh Pace, Mike Back, Glenn Patton, Ronald Pipens, Mike Spain, Danny Turnbo, Eddie Russom, Dale Wells, James C. Redmond; (back row): Joe E. Rhein, Roger Brown, Roby Scucchi, Larry Humphries, James T. Reese, Dwayne Plumlee, Richard Stiles, Max Wood, Charles L. Redmond, Larry E. Courtney, Paul Buchanan, Darrell Graham, Kelly Scobey. Statesmen One of the most dynamic organ- izations on campus is the States- men. Comprised of non-Greeks, the members have had a number of worthy charity projects since their union. Seeking to understand both the language and culture of people of Spain and Latin America is the primary goal of the Spanish Club. A Mexican Christmas par- ty is held annually. Spanish Club SPANISH CLUB — (front row): Joan Culp, Mary Bob Bledsoe, Barbara Thompson, Cheryl Lloyd, Glenda Daniel; (second row): Ruthie Gearhart, Mary Catherine Holden, Adolfina Wuppermann, Mary Kathryn Willett, Heather Rust; (back row): Edmundo J. DeShon, Barbara Smith, Caryn Hutchinson, Ricky D. Pearson. 14Q At the monthly meetings of the Social Science Club, programs concerning current events are presented. Membership is open to anyone, but the members are mostly social science majors. SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB— (front row): Frances Glorioso, Linda King, Kay Sharp, Sue Estes, Beverly Crowson; (second row): Rifss Harrington, Greg Thibadoux, Patrick Davis, Vance Lamar Lindsay, John Kitchen; (back row) Roger Brown, Joel Gambill, Ernest H. St. Jacques, Larry G Ball, Danny Pruett. Social Science Club WESLEY — (front row): Carolyn Turnbow, Janet Gore, Jan Patterson, Pat Morris, Kaye Moore, Martha Rayder; (second row): Linda Varnell, Donna Stephens, Mary Ann Bartlett, Pauline Clampit, Jerry Elphingstone, Marcia Harrell, Becky Baldwin, David Brown, Max Whitfield; (back row): John Fortenberry, Richard Roth, Don Reanes, Bob Leonard, Jerry Jeffries, Gene Elphingstone, David Stanley. ■■■■hi Wesley Foundation 1 n 141 n Prescott, Janice Robinson, Diane en, Dottie Bailey, Jill Parsons, Kay Cooper, Jeanne Shields, Anita Gon- Miller, Jody Mostyn, Patricia Goodin; Judy Moody, Paulette Rhea, Judy Louise Stotts; (fourth row): Patsy i Hollis, Nancy McGennis, Linda 1 row): Nancy Cole, Donna Robbins, J, Jan Harrell, Carolyn Spears, Becky nne Bartlett, Doris Robinson, Faye arlow, Marian Russell, Anne Parker, Members of the Women ' s Ath- letic Association encourage phy- sical fitness. The group spon- sors intramural tourneys and gives awards to outstanding play- ers in these events. Women ' s Athletic WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION— (front row): Evely Halsell, Van Gore, Cathy Dallas, Linda Earls, Jo Ann Gre Clements, Karen Batterton; (second row): Jennie Felts, Sharon zales, Kay Parks, Sue Estes, Carol-Coleman, Pat Carter, Jo Jo (third row): Dorothy Bennett, Marilyn Mabrey, Sandra Hall, Haws, Bess Dailey, Linda Sumpter, Susan Peeler, Judy Ke Scott, Myrna Henry, Barbie Myers, Carole Hilliard, Andre; Varnel, Lois Watson, Gaye Quails, Jeannine McHaney; (fiftl Ann Jones, Christine Schleuss, Kate Fisher, Monte Kay Wan Henderson, Susan Smith; (back row): Linda Ringo, Mary A Watkins, Alma Moore, Paula Howard, Karen Mussell, Patti H Marian Jenkins. Association WAA INTRAMURAL BOARD — (front row): Jody Mostyn, Jeanne Shields, Barbie Myers, Sharon Cooper; (back row): Linda Ringo, Doris Robinson, Louise Stotts, Alma Moore, Karen Batterton, Linda Varnell, Anita Gonzales. fife-nun- far Young Democrats A-State ' s Young Democrats were presented with the award for be- ing the outstanding YDC in the state. They supported Faubus. Also the club battled with the YR ' s during the campaign. YOUNG DEMOCRATS — (front): Carolyn Hicks, Kay Cargill, Kay Parks, Pat Lewis, Cathy Smart, Kathy Beseau; (back): Phil Pickle, Paul Buchanan, Jim Brown, John Watson, Bob Gibson, Bill Jowers. Young Republicans Organized to promote the devel- opment of a two-party system in Arkansas, the Young Republi- cans make trips and head promi- nent Republicans. They also in- vite speakers to A-State. YOUNG REPUBLICANS— (front): Martin Ausmus, Linda Graham, Linda Thompson, Patsy Pelts, Virginia Wil- liams; (back): Daniel Freeman, John Ulmer, Hugh Pace, Rick Davis, Don Schoenborn, Richard Fritz, James Brown, Danny Pruett. Westminster Fellowship WESTMINSTER— (front): Cynthia Wise, Carol J. Brown, Jill Valenteen; (second row): Mrs. Elmer Mayes, Kav Cargill, Mrs. L. N. Hochstetler, L. N. Hochstetler; (back): Eric Wright, Fred- erick Wise, Mike Cargill, Lee Nelson, 1965 Is Tomlinson ' s 20th Year As Head Of Indian Athletics BILL DAVIDSON Veteran athletic director J. A. " Ike " Tomlinson has guided Arkansas State ' s athletic policies since 1946. Before becoming director of athletics, Ike coached foot- ball and basketball in addition to his present job as baseball coach. During his 22-year tenure, the Arkansas State sport programs have thrived actively. Bennie Ellendcr ' s second year as head coach at Arkansas State turned out to be the best season for the Indians in 1 1 years, as the Redmen com- piled an impressive 7-0-2 record. The grid suc- cesses were partly the result of a rugged re- building program started by the coaching staff. When Ellender took over as head mentor in 1963, the Indians were plagued by youth and inexperi- ence. But in 1964 they showed remarkable im- provement, recording the second undefeated season in the school ' s 50-year history. Line coaches Wayne Armstrong and Bill Davidson helped build the strong A-State forward wall. Armstrong has been an Indian coach since 1962. Davidson, a ' 57 grad of Arkansas State, joined the Tribe staff last year. Don Floyd ' s first year as defensive backfield coach was a charmed one. His backs contributed to a well-balanced team effort. Ellender ' s Second Year Is Great Success r , r J Second Undefeated Season In A- State History Recorded 1964 INDIANS — Unknowing of the fate that lay ahead of them, these 37 members and four coaches of the Indian football team pose prior to the 1964 season which was to be only the second unbeaten campaign in the school ' s history. Arkansas State ' s 1964 gridiron team completed the most successful season since the 1953 Indian team of Frosty England, winning seven games while tying two. It was only the second un- beaten campaign in A-State ' s 50-year history of football competition. Despite an unbeaten sea- son, the Indians finished second behind Lamar Tech in the Southland Conference ' s first gridiron war. Both the Tribe ' s deadlocks came against league opponents Arlington State and Lamar Tech. The Indians were up for consideration as an entry in the Pecan Bowl. Although the Red- men finished second in the Pecan Bowl final ratings, they lost out to SLC champion Lamar and State College of Iowa for the bowl berths. Finishing in a tie for 14th in the UPI final small college rankings, the 1964 Indians proved to be a pleasant surprise to the A-State coaching staff and fans. C 1 BIG YARDAGE — Great second effort carried " Mean HEADED FOR A SPILL— Lamar Tech defensive players finally Green " fullback Eddie Rickus to 118 yards against Ten- catch up with -Big Red " quarterback Gary Everett after he broke nessee Tech - Here R ' ckus is hauled down after a driving loose for a sizable gain. run. P 150 Depth and balance proved to be the key factors in 1964 as the Arkansas State football team racked up the school ' s second unbeaten season in history. Lively competition between the " Big Red " and " Mean Green " fostered the vital team spirit that lifted the Indians from a 2-6 record in 1963 to a 7-0-2 mark in ' 64. Coach Bennie Ellender was able to utilize some 25 men, in- cluding three defensive backfield specialists. Al- though the " Big Red " started every game, the unit shared playing time with the " Mean Green. " Twelve members of the Indian squad were named to the All-Southland Conference team while line- backing-guard Dan Summers was selected to The Associated Press first team All-American squad. Summers along with end Bill Pagano were AU-SLC first team selections. With only six of the 25 top players being seniors, A-State is expected to be an SLC title contender again in 1965. GRADUATING SENIORS — The 1964 Indians lost only six seniors. They are, from left to right (kneeling). Bob McCuiston. Bill Berry, (standing) Dick Famiglietti. Shelby Lee, Gary Everett and Aaron White. " Big Red " + " Mean Green " = Victory 151 SCORES Speak For Themselves Arkansas State 27, Tennessee Tech Arkansas State 10, Florence State 7 Arkansas State 7, Arlington State 7 Arkansas State 35, Trinity University 13 Arkansas State 21, Abilene Christian 7 Arkansas State |[7jMurray State 8 Arkansas State|7jDelta State 6 Arkansas State Lamar Tech 7 152 Arkansas State 27, Tennessee Tech In the opening game of the season, the Indians set the pace that continued throughout the sea- son as they trounced the Tennessee Tech Eagles 27-0. Staying mostly on the ground, the Redmen used fullbacks Eddie Rickus and Harold Wallin as piledrivers to roll up 378 yards of total of- fense. Rickus was the leading gainer in the tilt, picking up 118 yards on 17 carries. Wallin plowed for 101 yards in 18 tries. Halfbacks Tommy Reese, Steve Gankiewicz, Benny Win- ford, Ken Mashburn and Bill Bailey also toted the ball for substantial gains. Both quarterbacks, Gary Everett and Shelby Lee, saw considerable action, and both turned in stellar performances. " The game was well called with both boys show- ing poise and ability. They mixed the plays well, " Coach Bennie Ellender commented. A-State 28 Total First Downs 21 First Downs Rushing 5 First Downs Passing 2 First Downs Penalty 392 Net Rushing 92 Net Passing 484 Net Offense 15 Pass Attempts 7 Passes Completed .466 Passing Percentage 1 Passes Had Intercepted 2 Number of Punts 43.5 Punting Average Fumbles Lost 10 Number of Penalties 100 Yards Penalized Tennessee Tech 5 4 1 75 21 96 10 2 .200 1 7 35 2 3 45 I I ' VE GOT IT! — Three receivers struggle to grab a descending aerial. Indian halfback Benny Winford made the catch. HUSTLING GUARD — Truman Moore, A-State guard, catches up with i Tennessee Tech Eagle. Moments later, Moore made the tackle unassisted. Bill Harrison prepares to head off the runner. 153 MISSED PASS — The big stretch- was not enough by this Florence State receiver as a pass falls beyond his outstretched hands. Indian defender Harold Wallin is battling the defender for the ball. Also closing in for the Tribe is Dan Summers. Arkansas State 10, Florence State 7 Arkansas State staved off a belated Florence State rally to edge the Lions 10-7 on the margin of Dan Summers ' successful field goal in the Indians ' second win of the season. Summers booted a 28-yard field goal to give the Redmen a 3-0 lead at intermission. The Indians ' only touchdown came in the fourth period when quarterback Shelby Lee passed eight yards to end Bob McCuiston capping a 58-yard drive. Flor- ence rallied late in the fourth period on quarter- back Doyle Hill ' s 17-yard jaunt to cut A-State ' s lead to 10-7. The Tribe defense came through under pressure late in the game as Florence had four cracks from the 25-yard line. A Lion re- ceiver dropped one pass in the end zone and In- dian defenders knocked down two more to pre- serve the victory. A key play of the game was a desperation 42-yard punt by Gary Everett of a pass that was centered over his head. A-State Florence State 1 1 Total First Downs 11 5 First Downs Rushing 8 3 First Downs Passing 2 3 First Downs Penalty 1 129 Net Rushing 117 51 Net Passing 87 180 Net Offense 204 1 1 Pass Attempts 18 5 Passes Completed 8 .454 Passing Percentage .444 1 Passes Had Intercepted 1 7 Number of Punts 8 26.6 Punting Average 32.6 2 Fumbles Lost 3 4 Number of Penalties 8 30 Yards Penalized 86 154 LUMBERJACK FALLS — Mike Berta, Tribe center, cuts down a Stephen F. Austin back unassisted as Tommy Clark arrives too late to help out. Also moving up in the background are end Bill Pagano (84) and tackle Dan Summers (65). Arkansas State 17, Stephen F. Austin 6 Unveiling an effective pass attack, Arkansas State downed Stephen F. Austin 17-6 for its third straight victory. Quarterbacks Shelby Lee and Gary Everett connected on 11 of 18 pass attempts for 156 yards and one touchdown. The other Indian TD and field goal were also set up via the airways. Halfback Bill Bailey paced the A-State receivers, snagging four aerials that net- ted 64 yards. Guard Dan Summers added the field goal and two extra points to the Indian tally. A highlight of the game was an astounding defensive stand by the Arkansas State line in the final quarter. The Tribe forward wall halted four Lumberjack scoring attempts from the four-yard line. Linemen Aaron White, H.K. Reeves, Dan Summers, Dave Werner and Mike Berta con- tributed to a solid Indian pass defense. Eddie Rickus was the leading ground-gainer, covering 27 yards for the Redmen. A-State Stephen F. Austin 14 Total First Downs 13 2 First Downs Rushing 5 10 First Downs Passing 6 2 First Downs Penalty 2 72 Net Rushing 112 156 Net Passing 56 228 Net Offense 168 18 Pass Attempts 12 11 Passes Completed 5 .616 Passing Percentage .417 2 Passes Had Intercepted 1 3 Number of Punts 4 38 Punting Average 36.7 Fumbles Lost 1 4 Number of Penalties 4 32 Yards Penalized 50 RICKUS ON THE MOVE— Fullback Ed- die Rickus utilizes a block from guard Truman Moore to pick up valuable yard- age against the strong Stephen F. Austin defense. Dutch Noe (50) heads up for a block. - !3J 155 DAYLIGHT AHEAD — Shooting through a hole provided by the " Big Red " offensive line, Tommy Reese searches the field ahead for open territory around left end. Reese racked up the only A-State touchdown against Arlington State, scoring on a seven-yard run. Arkansas State 7, Arlington State 7 Arlington State failed to cash in on several prime scoring situations as Arkansas State hung on to salvage a 7-7 tie in the opening Southland Conference clash of the season. The Rebels put on an impressive display of ball control, domi- nating the first half. Arlington ' s only pass com- pletion — a 10-yarder — set up a TD from the Indian one in the second quarter. Undaunted, the Indians hit the field for the start of the last half and promptly pushed 78 yards for the tying touchdown. Halfback Tommy Reese went the final seven yards for the six-pointer. The Tribe barely withstood a Rebel rally in the fourth period to stay on the undefeated chart. Total offense for the Indians was 222 yards. Quarter- back Gary Everett hit six of the 20 passes to Tommy Clark, Bill Pagano and Bill Michael for 98 yards. A-State Arlington State 12 Total First Downs 16 6 First Downs Rushing 14 6 First Downs Passing 1 First Downs Penalty 1 108 Net Rushing 254 114 Net Passing 10 222 Net Offense 264 22 Pass Attempts 6 7 Passes Completed 1 .318 Passing Percentage .167 2 Passes Had Intercepted 1 6 Number of Punts 5 37 Punting Average 49 1 Fumbles Lost 1 5 Number of Penalties 5 41 Yards Penalized 35 156 Arkansas State 35, Trinity University 13 Rolling up their most impressive offensive show- ing of the year, the Arkansas State gridders tumbled Trinity University 35-13 for the Red- skins ' first Southland Conference victory. Both teams put on a spectacular aerial display, total- ing more than 400 yards between them. Tribe passers Shelby Lee and Gary Everett completed 16 tosses for 204 yards while Trinity hurlers connected on 1 8 aerials for 200 yards. Line- backer-guard Truman Moore blocked two punts and interecepted a pass to pave the way for three Indian touchdowns. On the ground, the Tribe racked up 142 yards while the Arkansas State defense held Trinity to 81. Ken Mashburn and Tommy Reese shared the rushing honors as each ran 35 yeards on eight carries. Coach Ellender took advantage of his team ' s showing and gave his third-teamers a chance at the action. A-State Trinity University 20 Total First Downs 19 8 First Downs Rushing 8 12 First Downs Passing 9 First Downs Penalty 2 142 Net Rushing 81 204 Net Passing 200 346 Net Offense 281 22 Pass Attempts 28 16 Passes Completed 18 .727 Passing Percentage .643 1 Passes Had Intercepted 2 1 Number of Punts 5 45 Punting Average 11.8 Fumbles Lost 4 Number of Penalities 4 59 Yards Penalized 30 LONG GAIN HALTED— Two Trinity defenders bring down Indian halfback Ken Mashburn after he broke away from Tiger linemen. This run was one of eight carries for Mashburn as he picked up 35 yards for the night to share rushing honors with Tommy Reese. STRAIGHT AHEAD — Head down and legs pumping. Ar- kansas State halfback Bill Bailey plows up the middle into a mass of Trinity gridders for short yardage. 157 Arkansas State 2 1 , Abilene Christian The rampaging Indians made their third sortie of the season into Texas and came away with a 21-7 victory over the Abilene Christian Wild- cats. The Indians won the toss and elected to kick off with the wind. On the second play from scrimmage the Wildcats fumbled, and the Indians recovered deep in Wildcat territory. Quarterback Gary Everett passed 16 yards to end Bill Pa- gano for the sco re. The " Big Red " held the Wildcats scoreless the first half, but the Wild- cats came roaring back in the second half to score after having pounded on the door of the Indians three times inside the 20-yard line. A- State ' s second TD came on another Everett pass, this time to halfback Tommy Reese. Halfback Billy Joe Bailey tallied the last TD for the In- dians on an eight-yard plunge with two minutes remaining in the game. A-State Abilene Christian 15 Total First Downs 10 12 First Downs Rushing i n 3 First Downs Passing u First Downs Penalty 199 Net Rushing 223 61 Net Passing 260 Net Offense 223 8 Pass Attempts 4 5 Passes Completed .625 Passing Percentage .000 Passes Had Intercepted 1 5 Number of Punts 3 33.9 Punting Average 35.3 1 Fumbles Lost 2 4 Number of Penalties 4 26 Yards Penalized 30 PUNTING QUARTERBACK — Gary Everett puts his toe into a punt that carried Arkansas State out of a tight situation in the Abilene Christian tilt. Everett, who did most of the punting for the Tribe this year, booted five times against the Wild- cats. FIELD GOAL REC ORD — All- American Dan Summers sent three points and an A-State record through the uprights when he kicked this field goal at Murray State. It was his fifth of the year to set the record. Arkansas State 17, Murray State 8 Arkansas State returned home boasting a 6-0-1 record after downing the Thoroughbreds of Mur- ray State 17-8. Kicking specialist Dan Summers set a school record of most field goals in a sea- son (5) with a 29-yard boot, giving A-State its only score in the first half and a 3-0 lead. Fail- ing to capitalize on two potential scoring situa- tions, Coach Ellender ' s squad halted Murray on four plays after the ensuing third quarter kick- off and marched 52 yards for an aerial score covering 15 yards. A-State kicked off and six plays later Dick Ritchey recovered a wild pitch- out setting up another TD on a three-yard plunge by halfback Billy Joe Bailey. Murray State, at this point, began a devastating passing attack led by Thoroughbred quarterback Charles For- rest who completed 8 of 12 for 79 yards and Murray ' s only touchdown. BAILEY RAMBLES — Halfback Bill Bailey took a handoff from Shelby Lee and tried to find running roo m around right end. He didn ' t. A-State Murray State 21 Total First Downs 7 12 First Downs Rushing 2 7 First Downs Passing 5 2 First Downs Penalty 243 Net Rushing 52 123 Net Passing 94 366 Net Offense 146 16 Pass Attempts 21 8 Passes Completed 10 .500 Passing Percentage .476 1 Passes Had Intercepted 2 1 Number of Punts 3 42 Punting Average 32.3 2 Fumbles Lost 5 Number of Penalties 4 45 Yards Penalized 48 REUNION TIME — Homecoming was a reunion time for A-State ' s three Florida players and their relatives. Bill TOO LONG, SHELBY— End Benny Winford (24) eyes an overthrown Pagano, Dick Famiglietti and Kan Mashburn pause shortly pass from Shelby Lee as Bob McCuiston (86) watches. after t he Tnbe victory to speak to their visitors. Arkansas State 7, A missed extra point and a defensive stand gave the Indians a slim 7-6 victory over Delta State and a happy ending to the Homecoming festivi- ties. Following a scoreless first half, the Redmen fired up a touchdown march down a muddy Kays Field. Harold Wallin went 18 yards in three plays for the score. Dan Summers added the point after which later proved to be the deciding factor in the game. Guided by quarterback Bob Bain, Delta State soon posted six-points, but the PAT attempt sailed wide and to the right and A-State retained a shaky lead with 10 minutes to play. The Tribe defense dug in to hold the Statesmen and nail down the seventh Indian tri- umph of the season. Eddie Rickus led A-State in rushing with 42 yards, and Shelby Lee completed three of eight pass attempts to pace the Arkansas State aerial attack. 160 HOMECOMING 1964 Delta State 6 A-State 12 Total First Downs 8 First Downs Rushing 1 First Downs Passing 3 First Downs Penalty 99 Net Rushing 46 Net Passing 145 Net Offense 1.3 Pass Attempts 5 Passes Completed .385 Passing Percentage 1 Passes Had Intercepted 8 Number of Punts 33.3 Punting Average 1 Fumbles Lost 4 Number of Penalties 23 Yards Penalized Delta State 12 7 5 126 59 185 14 6 429 3 6 36 8 79 H ' coming Successful Despite Muddy Field TAG ALONG — Ken Mashburn tries to shake a Delta State tackier off his back while another crouches to grab the A-State halfback. The Indians had trouble gaining yardage in the first half, but edged out a 7-6 win. OPENING CLOSES— A Delta State runner pitches to the ground at the hands of Truman Moore as Wendell Wood (78) and Bill Michael (85) close in. HEAVY TRAFFIC— Tribe halfback Tommy Reese squirts through a small opening against Lamar Tech for a short gain. The Redmen were tied by the Cardinals 7-7, giving Lamar the Southland Conference title by one half game. BLOCKERS GROUNDED— Four Arkansas State path clearers have successfully opened up a hole for leaping Tommy Reese against Lamar Tech. Reese gained 56 yards rushing against the Cardinals as the Indians dominated the statistic sheets, but Arkansas State still gained only a 7-7 deadlock. T ■Ik aw V mm v A t A 7-7 tie with Lamar Tech in the final game of the year gave the Indians their first unde- feated season in 1 1 years, but the deadlock wasn ' t good enough to gain the Southland Con- ference title for the Tribe and Lamar went on to take the league ' s top honor. The game, a pre- dicted toss-up, proved to be a defensive battle as the first half ended with no score. The Indians came out fired up in the third quarter,- took the second half kickoff on their own 36-yard line and marched over the Lamar goal for a touch- down. Harold Wallin carried it in from the one- yard line and Dan Summers booted the extra point. But with 1 1 minutes showing on the clock, Lamar Tech halfback Harold Lafitte rambled 40 yards for a touchdown. The PAT knotted the score and thwarted the A-State title hopes. A-State Lamar Tech. 12 Total First Downs 12 9 First Downs Rushing 6 3 ' First Downs Passing 3 First Downs Penalty 3 199 Net Rushing 132 39 Net Passing 54 238 Net Offense 186 16 Pass Attempts 9 7 Passes Completed 4 .438 Passing Percentage .444 1 Passes Had Intercepted 7 Number of Punts 8 39 Punting Average 38.1 Fumbles Lost 3 Number of Penalties 4 35 Yards Penalized 35 Tommy Reese of the Tribe ' s " Big Red " defense close in on a Lamar Tech half- back. Arkansas State 7, Lamar Tech 7 STOPPED SOLID — Fullback Eddie Rickus falls under the pressure of two Lamar Tech defenders after plowing for short yardage. Other Cardinal line men converge on the scene. Tribe guard Dick Famiglietti throws a block that proved too late. 163 Gary Everett Senior Quarterback Shelby Lee Senior Quarterback Bryan Caplinger Sophomore Quarterback Bill Michael Freshman End Truman Moore Sophomore Guard Dick Ritchey Freshman Quarterback Leon Brown Freshman End Dutch Noe Junior Center Ken Mashburn Junior Halfback Tommy Clark Junior End Ron Worthen Freshman Center Tommy Reese Junior Halfback David Werner Junior Guard Wendell Wood Junior Tackle Harold Waliin Junior Fullback Eddie Rickus Junior Fullback Bill Berry Senior Halfback Benny Winford Freshman Halfback Bill Pagano Junior End ' M Bob McCuiston Senior End Steve Gankiewicz Freshman Halfback Richard Famiglietti Senior Guard Mike Berta Junior Center 4 £ Glenn Montgomery Sophomore Guard Aaron White Senior Tackle Dan Summers Junior Guard David Clifton Junior Tackle Bill Harrison Junior Tackle Steve Puryear Freshman Guard Mac Browder Freshman Halfback Robert Russell Freshman Tackle DAN SUMMERS FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-AMERICAN BILL PAGANO FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Twelve Indians Gain Post Season Honors; Summers Named To All-American Team Bill Berry Honorable Mention All-Conference Dutch Noe Honorable Mem All-Conferenc 166 ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM— (front, left to right) Eddie Rickus and Tommy Reese, (back) Harold Wallin and H.K. Reeves. Gary Everett Honorable Mention All-Conference Shelby Lee Honorable Mention All-Conference Mike Berta Honorable Mention All-Conference Aaron White Honorable Mention All-Conference 1965 SLC CO-CHAMPIONS A-State Opp. A-State Opp. " 7 1 II Murray State 73 1 1 A 110 Arlington State 65 Id The Citadel 94 82 TP • a 1 T Trinity U. 51 DO East Carolina 84 on 87 East Tenn. O 1 81 68 East Tenn. 89 97 Southeast Mo. 69 54 North Texas State 70 99 Lamar Tech 97 (ot) 58 Southeast Mo. 72 70 Abilene Christian 83 59 Southeast Okla. 57 76 Delta State 80 68 Southeast Okla. 64 100 Arlington State 99 (2ot) 73 Air Force Academy 67 95 Trinity U. 85 79 Central Mo. 72 74 Lamar Tech 81 77 Delta State 64 80 Abilene Christian 72 Season Record: 13-9 Conference Record: 6-2 Tied With Abilene Christian For Title COACH JOHN ROSE — Along with duties as an assistant varsity coach, Rose had charge of the Arkansas State junior varsity. Speight ' s 2nd Year Gives Indians Tie For SLC Crown Two successful basketball seasons back-to-back are the products of Coach Marvin Speight ' s two- year tenure at Arkansas State. In the first year as Tribe cage mentor Speight ' s cagers finished with an impressive 16-9 record and a third-place finish in the Southland Conference. This past year Speight led the Indians to a 13-9 season and a 6-2 league mark which was good for a first-place tie with Abilene Christian. Before coming to A-State, Coach Speight directed the Junior College Branch at Beebe for ten years. Assistant Coach John Rose helped Coach Speight with the Varsity and handled the Junior Varsity. His JV ' s racked up a 9-2 record this past year. Rose came to A-State in 1963 and assumed duties as cross-country and track coach along with assistant basketball coach. Rose was also a three-sport coach at Union University before coming to State. COACH MARVIN SPEIGHT— Under Speight ' s direction, the Indians have racked up two straight successful seasons in the SLC. First SLC Crown Captured By 1965 Basketball Squad Climaxing one of the most successful basketball seasons in Arkansas State history, the Indians tied for the 1965 Southland Conference crown with Abilene Christian. This was the first title of any kind for the Indians in the young league which was formed in the spring of 1962. A-State put together a creditable 13-9 overall record to go with a 6-2 conference slate. After drop- ping the opening six games on the road, the Tribe rebounded by rattling off 10 consecutive wins and sweeping 13 of the last 16 contests. Against teams of major ranked status A-State was 2-5, while racking up an 11-4 mark with college division opponents. The Tribe ' s best games of the year came in victories over Central Missouri, East Tennessee State, the Air Force Academy, Abilene Christian and Lamar Tech. CHIEF BIG TRACK — Jim Fowler appeared at all the Indians ' home basketball games. His appearance must have done some good, as the Tribe was undefeated on its home court. COACH MARVIN SPEIGHT and his Indian cagers posed for this picture early in the season. Ahead of them lay a share of the Southland Conference championship and one of the most successful basketball seasons in recent years. WcD Rook ' s Honors All-America 1965 (1st team AP) All-America 1964 (2nd team AP, 3rd team UPI) All-Southland Conference, 1965 Southland Conference ' s Most Valuable Player, 1965 All-Southland Conference, 1964 All-Holiday Tournament Team, 1963 Most Valuable Player, NCAA Regional Tournament, 1963 Rook ' s Records Arkansas State 1. Most points in career (1961-65): 2,153 2. Highest career scoring average: 22.9 3. Most points in season (1963-64): 633 4. Highest average for season (1963-64): 25.3 5. Most field goals in season (1963-64): 243 6. Most points in one game (1962-63): 43 7. Most field goals in one game (1962-63): 18 8. Best free throw percentage (1964-65): .867 Southland Conference 1. Most points for season (1963-64) and 1964-65): 219 2. Best scoring average for season (1963-64 and 1964- 65): 27.4 3. Most free throws for season (1964-65): 59 4. Most free throw attempts for season (1964-65): 68 5. Most points in one game (1964-65): 39 6. Most free throws in one game (1963-64 and 1964- 65): 14 7. Most free throw attempts in one game (1963-64): 17 8. Best free throw percentage (1964-65): .868 Rook ' s 4-Year Totals At A-State Season G Fg. Fg. Pet. Ft. Ft. Pet. Pts. Avg. 1962 21 163 .509 90 .736 416 19.8 1963 26 231 .470 134 .753 596 22.9 1964 25 243 .465 147 .795 633 25.3 1965 22 179 .420 150 .867 508 23.1 Totals 94 816 .464 521 .793 2153 22.9 JERRY ROOK First Team Ail-American A memorable era has come to an end at Arkansas State. All-American Jerry Rook, A-State ' s all-time leading scorer and most publicized player in his- tory, completed his four-year career this past winter. While the 6-5 redhead was having honor upon honor heaped upon him, Arkansas State basketball was a thriving success. During Rook ' s four-year tenure at A-State, the Indians compiled a 61-36 record and were invited to participate in the NCAA Southwest Regional Playoffs twice. For four straight years Rook led the Redmen in scoring, compiling a 22.9 average on his 2,153 points. Opponents feared the deadly Rook jump shot and during most of his final two years, he was plagued by two defenders. Not only did Rook ' s presence aid the Indians directly on the basketball court, but it also lent prestige to the Tribe ' s recruiting program. Since Rook agreed to play at A-State, three other high school Ail- Americans have come into the Indians ' foal. His name will long be remembered for the seven school records he holds, several of which are certain to stand for years. Yes, the " Rook Era " at Arkansas State has come to an end, but the many fans, players and opponents that knew Rook will never forget it. WITH THIS BALL— Jerry Rook, first team All-American, became the first player in Arkansas State ' s history to score over 2,000 points. GREAT CAREER ENDS — But the name of Jerry Rook will live on at Arkansas State through the " Jerry Rook Award, " which will be presented annually by the Lambda Cm " Alpha fraternity to the Indians ' most outstanding senior basketball player. UP AND IN — Senior David Markovich puts up a jump shot against Southeast Missouri. Markovich was later sidelined after a minor operation. Indians Play A-State. ' s first six games, all road trips, ended in near disaster as the Tribe returned 0-6. Free throws gave Ohio Valley Conference Champion Murray State a 73-71 victory over A-State in the season ' s opener as the Indians outscored the Racers 12 points from the field. Hampered by fouls against The Citadel, the Tribe held its own until the Cadets broke away in the second half to win 94-75. After trailing only one point at intermission, the Indians turned cold to lose to East Carolina 84-68. All-American Jerry Rook was injured in the game with East Tennessee. The Indians stayed close until the last five minutes when the Buccaneers burst ahead to win 89-68. A-State trailed North Texas only 34-30 at inter- mission but could not find range during the second half and lost 70-54. Southeast Missouri led most of way to beat A-State 72-58 to end the road stand. THE HARD WAY— Mike Burk drives for a field goal despite two Southeast Missouri defenders. Many of A-State ' s taller men found themselves double-teamed during the season. Burk ' s height (6-6V2) helped out considerably on offense and rebounding. 174 First Six Games On Long Road Trips Road Trip Leaves Redmen With 0-6 Record, Traveling Fouls, Bad Breaks Almost Disaster WIDE OPEN — After working his way under the basket, Jack Hays shakes off a SEMO defender and drives for two points. Hays seems to be using his mouth to direct the ball as well as his hand, while three opposing players await the outcome of the shot. Hays was one of two A-State seniors. BACKWARD DUNK— John Dickson uses every inch of his 6-9 frame to sink a spectacular bac kward dunk shot. Even teammate Jerry Rook, watching from the background, seems astounded by the feat. " Big John ' s " basketball antics were a constant source of entertainment for fans. Rook, Dickson Lead Tribe Comebac ANOTHER REBOUND— High above the rim, All-Southland Con- ference John Dickson pulls down one of his 15 rebounds against the rugged Central Missouri Mules. Mike Burk blocks out to assist. Ten Game Streak Starts At Home After six depressing losses away from home, the first game in the win column for the Indians came with a breathless 59-57 victory over Southeastern Oklahoma led by Jerry Rook and John Dickson. Uplifted in spirits, the Tribe followed the next night with a 68-64 squeaker over the same team, giving A-State its second series sweep over the Savages in 13 years. Rested from the holidays, the Indians came back after Christmas to fell the Air Force Academy Falcons 73-67. John Dickson, who bucketed 32 points, controlled the back- boards for the Indians as well. Jerry Rook, re- cuperated from sickness and an injury, came back to pace the Indians to 79-72 triumph over Central Missouri by scoring 37 points. The Red- skins, showing no signs of their early slump, won their fifth straight game by dumping Delta State 77-64. Dickson was high point man with 21 tallies. NO PATENT REQUIRED— Although Jerry Rook ' s jump shot is of an oft-copied nature, the 6-5 redhead needs no license as he pumps in two of his 508 points for the year here against Air Force Academy. AN ALL-AMERICAN DRIVE — As Jerry Rook dribbles past a Central Missouri defender, cheerleader Becky Scurlock seems to rise to her feet and assist him make his way for the goal. The referee seems petrified by it all. WILL IT GO IN? — Four Indians and four Falcons eagerly await the answer in the midst of a positioning battle for a possible rebound during the Arkansas State-Air Force game. A full house watched the Indians nudge the service school 73-67. 177 HIGH FLYER — Determination knits Larry Treadwell ' s face as he sails above Arlington State players tor an arching jump shot. Arkansas State put on an impressive offensive show in the game, trouncing Arlington 110-65. SLC Play Opens A-State Defeats Arlington, SEMo E.Tenn., Trinity WHO ' S OPEN? — Jerry Rook glances down court to check the Rebels ' defensive setup. Apparently the defense couldn ' t stop the redhead, for Rook rolled up 30 points against Arlington. Rook showed his playmaking as well as shooting ability in the tilt. 178 S Wins Continue Southland Conference play opened in grand style for the Indians as they broke the 100-point mark for the first time during the season with an im- pressive 110-65 triumph over Arlington State. Jerry Rook ran away with the scoring honors with 30 points. The Arkansas State romp continued in the next tilt, as the Tribe rolled to an 82-51 victory over Trinity. A tight Indian defense, sparked by guard Jack Hays, held Trinity from the floor and opened the way for A-State ' s of- fensive efforts. The Redmen turned the tables on East Tennessee State in the next game. The Bucs had downed the Indians in an earlier meet- ing, but A-State dropped ETS 87-81 in the second game. Coming back in the second half after an early deficit, the Indians beat Southeast Missouri 97-69. ' OUTTA MY WAY! — Jack Hays appears to admonish a Missouri eager while dribbling down court. Moments later, the Tribe senior passed off lo set up a scoring play. PARDON MY SHOULDER— Unshaken by an opponent ' s defensive maneuvers, Jerry Rook keeps a sharp eye on the target for a well-placed jump shot. Rook Breaks 2,000-point Mark HOW CAN HE MISS?— Lanky John Dickson breaks loose under the basket for an easy layup in a thrilling overtime triumph over rival Southland Conference foe Lamar Tech. Tribe Edges Past Cardinals 99-97 In Overtime Play The cheers were deafening — a worthy tribute to the Indian squad which had just won one of its most exciting games of the season. But the fans weren ' t just cheering for the victory. Jerry Rook, the Tribe ' s red-headed sharpshooter, had become the first player in A-State history to score more than 2,000 points in college play. Ten minutes before, Arkansas State had been on the short end of a 66-61 score. Indian fans shouted, beg- ging for a rally. Two minutes later, they got it. Rook, John Dickson and Mike Burk teamed up on a scoring surge to tie things up. And the score see-sawed to another deadlock as the clock ran out. The battle continued into the five-minute overtime which followed, but in the closing sec- onds, an anxious Cardinal eager fouled Rook. The Arkansas State senior went to the free throw line, netted two points and sewed up the 99-97 victory. NO GRIPES PLEASE — Lamar Coach Jack Martin discusses a point with the referee while Indian spectators voice their disapproval. 180 jjpjjjl 4i : V ' -PyrJLai FIGHT IT DOWN— John Dickson yanks a rebound off the rim against the Lamar Tech Cardinals. Dickson led the Indians in rebounding with 17, helping the A-State squad to take a slim 99-97 victory. AW, WHAT ' S THE USE!— A Lamar Tech player seems somewhat discouraged as Junior Higgins pumps a free throw. He had a right to be. Higgins had a fine average from the charity stripe. Free Throws End Indian Win String In Abilene Clash Bad luck on road trips returned for the Indians later in the season, as the Tribe ended a ten- game winning streak with an 83-70 loss to Abi- lene Christian. The score was close throughout the tilt, as both teams hit near 60 per cent from the field. But an old enemy — personal fouls — gave Abilene more chances from the charity stripe. The free throw curse continued into the next game, as Delta State gleaned 26 points from A- State ' s 21 fouls for an 80-76 triumph. Again, the Indians were tops in field goals, but even good shooting wasn ' t enough to take up the slack. Determined to break the road jinx, Arkansas State traveled to Arlington State the next week. It took two overtime periods to do it, but the Tribe, paced by Jerry Rook ' s 35 points, took a crucial 100-99 win. W-4M NOT TO BE STOPPED — Jack Hays penetrates a heavy line of Delta State defenders on his drive for a score. GOING UP — Joe Tomlinson of the Indians and Bob Honeycutt of the Trinity Tigers jump for possession of the ball. Seniors Lead Offensive Attack BLOCKING A TIE-BREAKER— Burk blocks a shot of an offensive player as the Indians gain possession of the ball to break the 30-30 knot. Arkansas State ' s two senior cagers, Jerry Rook and Jack Hays, led an offensive drive which be- gan early in the game and carried the Indians to a 95-85 win over Trinity University. It was the Tribe ' s second victory of the season against the Tigers. Teamwork and hot shooting were the de- ciding factors in the game, as the Indians capital- ized on good passes and shot openings to hit 54.8 per cent from the field. Rook hit 25 points and Hays added 20. The Lamar Tech Cardinals found revenge for their hair-line loss to the In- dians by thumping A-State 81-74 at Beaumont, Tex. Arkansas State beat the Texans clearly on field goals, getting a 55 per cent average, but personal fouls and free throws thwarted the Tribe efforts as Lamar tallied 17 of 23 charity tosses to A-State s 10 of 13. A-State Fans Hold " Rook Night " TONGUE IN CHEEK— Rook prepares to pass off to junior Higgins for an easy basket in route to an 80-72 win over Abilene. Tribe Cagers Cop 80-72 Triumph Over Abilene Five " Any honors which may have been bestowed upon me were in recognition for the team, not me per- sonally, ' Jerry Rook told the fans in a packed Indian Field House. In his hands was a basketball with which he had scored the shots which boosted him over the 2000-point mark. Moments later, the huge crowd which had gathered for the Ar- kansas State-Abilene Christian basketball game and for a special " Rook Night " celebration, gave the big redhead a standing ovation. But there was still a job to do. The scoreboard above Rook ' s head showed the Indians ' slim 40-38 halftime lead over Abilene. Showing renewed energy, A- State came back in the second half to nail down an 80-72 victory. Although Rook did not lead the team in scoring during the game, he typified his team spirit by leading the squad in assists. A SPECIAL GIFT— On " Jerry Rook Night " offspring Barry stole the spotlight after receiving a miniature basketball from a Nettleton booster while Jerry and his wife Jean look on. THE 1964-65 SLC CO-CHAMPIONS Jack Hays Senior-Guard Dave Markovich Senior-Guard Jerry Rook Senior-Forward Dave Aubel Junior-Forward Larry Joplin Junior-Center Butch Richardson Junior-Guard John Dickson Sophomore-Center Junior Higgins Sophomore-Guard Tom Nichols Freshman-Guard Harold Persfull Freshman-Forward • Joe Tomlinson Junior-Guard Larry Treadwell Junior-Guard Mike Burk Freshman-Forward Gary Crane Freshman-Forward Fred Bean Manager Gary Holland Graduate Assistant 184 JERRY ROOK SLC MOST VALUABLE PLAYER JOHN DICKSON ALL-SLC FIRST TEAM Arkansas State Is Host To Southland Conference Spring Sports Festival; Four Coaches Lead Way Arkansas State was host to the 1965 Southland Conference Spring Sports Festival as the Indians battled their way toward the All-Sports Trophy. Four men responsible for the fine performance were J. A. Tomlinson, John Rauth, Don Floyd and John Rose. Since 1943, " Ike " Tomlinson has served as an Indian coach in either football, basketball or baseball. Since 1946, " Ike " has been both athletic director and head baseball coach. Rauth, who coaches golf, is a former bas- ketball mentor. His experience and ability have added much to the growth of the young A-State golf team. Floyd is in his second year as tennis coach. He came to Arkansas State from Stuttgart, where he was head football coach for seven years. Rose, a former head track coach at Union Uni- versity in Jackson, Tenn., has helped bolster the Indian track program considerably. J. A. " Ike " Tomlinson, baseball top A-State cindermen, is also deft in the 220-yard dash. NEARLY AIRBORNE — James Bishop prepares for an assault on the heights via the pole vault pits. Bishop has been voted " Outstanding Track Athlete " for two straight years. A-STATE TRACKSTERS— (first row) Kon Smithee, Jim Tom Bell, Dick Wenham, Randy Erwin, Jim Campbell, Edwin Hedgecorth, Tony Edwards; (second row) Dennis Wilson, Jim Holmes, Eddie Pruitt, Joe Little, Jeff Lansdale, Danny Caroll, Eric Wright, Coach John Rose; (third row) Tony Cannon, David Young, Eddie Fitzhugh, Sonny Bishop, Mike Crews, Jerald Spencer, Stan Nelson and Mike Deck. 188 i RECORD FORM — High jumper Jerald Spencer approaches the bar for a practice leap in hopes of perfecting his school record breaking form. As a freshman last year, Spencer shattered the standard with a fantastic leap of six feet, six inches in the SLC meet in Abilene. Track Enters 2nd Year In Southland; Field Events To Be Tribe Strong Point GRIND IT OUT— Distance runner Stan Nelson works on developing stamina to run the mile and two-mile. HEAVE HO — Shotputter David Young prepares to launch what could be another record for the 16-pound ball. Young holds the mark with a toss of more than 50 feet. Entering its second year in the Southland Con- ference, the Arkansas State track team showed more versatility and stability than the previous year. The track program was still basically in the building stages, and under the leadership of Coach John Rose, progress looks likely. A-State ' s main strength was in field events, led by David Young, shot-put; Jerald Spencer, high jump; James Bish- op, pole vault; and Eddie Pruitt, broad jump and triple jump. The Indians showed good potential in some of the shorter running events, including the 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash and 880-yard run. Leading the Tribe ' s dashmen was sopho- more Tony Cannon. Randy Erwin, a freshman hopeful, showed good potential in the middle- distance romps. Although long distance running was a weaker point, senior Stan Nelson carried the load well in that area. PRACTICE JOG — Randy Erwin, who specializes in middle distance runs, takes a trot around the track. MILE MAN — Richard Wenham begins the first lap of the grueling mile run. Wenham is a top distance runner. PREPARE FOR TAKEOFF— Eddie Pruitt readies himself for a leap into the sand pit during a broad jump practice. «v v. 190 Cross-Country Squad Compiles 5-1 Record In Successful Year With only one returning letterman from the pre- vious year ' s squad, the Arkansas State cross- country team made an outstanding showing in 1964 distance meets. The Tribe compiled a 5-1 record in dual meets, placed third in the A-State Invitational and third in the Southland Confer- ence. Coach John Rose, who inaugurated cross- country action last season, has worked hard to build interest among fans and ability among his players in one of the most grueling and least-glori- fied sports in college circles. Leading the Indian harriers were Richard Wenham and Edwin Hedge- corth, both freshmen, and senior Stan Nelson (the only two-year letterman). Other lettermen were Eric Wright, Tony Edwards, Richard Pena and Jim Kelley. In the future, Rose hopes to capitalize on a crop of younger runners to build depth and experience. CLASSIC POSE— Mike Deck pauses before FLIGHT PATTERN— Eyeing the trajectory carefully, Jeff beginning the approach for a discus toss. Lansdale prepares to launch his javelin. CROSS-COUNTRY THINLIES— Left to right, Coach John Rose, Richard Pena, Tony Edwards, Ed Hedgecorth, Eric Wright, Stan Nelson, Jerald Spencer, Jim Kelley, Randy Erwin, Dick Wenham, and Gary Ennis, manager. Cross-country was inaugurated at A- State in 1964. 19 Major Teams On Baseball Schedule m » s •mm M f " ,f " " mm m mm ' - mm k mm Arkansas State ' s baseball squad entered a re- building period in 1965 with a team completely void of seniors. By the end of the season, how- ever, even the youngest players had earned the title " veteran. " Out of 24 games, 19 were against major teams. The graduation of two All-Confer- ence pitchers left the A-State hurling staff in peril since only one returning player, Ed Croft, had experience on the mound. A solid infield helped fill the gap somewhat. George Glenn, a junior who made All-American in his sophomore year, was a key man in the Indian attack along with All-Conference second-baseman Joe Tomlinson. Other lettermen on the Tribe ' s firing line included shortstop Bobby Browning, catcher Bobby Webb, first baseman Bill Pagano and outfielders Jim Burke and Ed Hamilton. PITCHER-CATCHER CONFERENCE— Plans are being made by Ed Croft and Bob Webb as how to take care of the next few batters from Big 10 Conference University, Northwestern. 192 1965 BASEBALL INDIANS — First row: Ed Croft, George Glenn, Dana Ryan, Jim Green, Jack Welsh, Richard Gaines, Bob Browning. 2nd row: Jim Jastrzemski, Ed Hamilton, Dennis Ray, Jim Burke, Richard Hoessli, John Ford, Tom Nichols. 3rd row: Jim Calloway, Dick Bethune, Bill Perkins, Bob Webb, Jerry Morrow, Conley Williams, Joe Tomlinson, Bill Davis. A-STATE GOLF TEAM — Members of the 1965 Indian golf squad are John Shipman, Curt Murray, Freddie Lewis, Larry Spence, Marvin " Pappy " Hinton and Dennis " Duffy " McAllister. Golf became a varsity snort at Arkansas State in 1964. FRESHMEN GET ADVICE— Even rainy weather didn ' t keep golfers LETTERMAN LINKSTERS— These three golfers re- from their practice. Here, Coach John Rauth gives three of his newer ceived letters on last year ' s young squad. They added a charges some advice on the finer points of golfing. valuable nucleus of experience to the ' 65 team. Golf, Tennis Growing In Popularity New Tennis Courts Add Much To Sport Golf is a relatively new sport on the A-State campus, but it has been steadily growing in pop- ularity. Under the supervision of Coach John Rauth, the Indian golfers made a good showing at the Southland Conference meet in 1964. Al- though many of the squad members were inex- perienced in college play, the team did a credit- able job in 1965, too. Leading the young link team were veterans Marvin Hinton, Curt Murray and Fred Lewis. The Indian tennis team, plagued the previous season by a lack of playing and practice facilities, entered a new era in ' 65 with a beautiful new battery of tennis courts. Coach Don Floyd had plenty of room for instruction and individual practice sessions, which improved the consistency of play considerably. Arkansas State looks forward to growth in golf and tennis in the future. TWO YEAR LETTERMAN — Bill Winter prepares to return a volley while practicing on A-State ' s new courts. 1965 INDfrAN NETTERS — Left to right, Guido Hassin, James Miller, Walt Tomsic, Ronnie Byrnes, Mike Cargill, Greg Goin, Bill Winter and Bob Craver. Kneeling in front is Coach Don Floyd. BASKETBALL CHAMPS — " The Little Roundballers " accept the championship trophy from Intramural Director Jim Jackson after an undefeated season. HAPPY FOOTBALL CHAMPS— Alpha Omicron Pi sorority accepts the girls ' Intramural Championship trophy after winning the women ' s division. ALL-GREEK FINALS — A member of Lambda Chi Alpha comes down with the rebound despite PiKA defense in the championship game. A-State Has Active Intramural Program Healthful exercise is an important part of college life, and through an active intramural sports pro- grajn, Arkansas State seeks to provide wholesome extra-curricular activity and entertainment. Intra- mural competition is scheduled throughout the nine-month term and offers a wide variety of sports — flag-tag football, track, basketball, golf, softball, bowling, tennis, badminton, table tennis, horseshoes, swimming, volleyball, rifle matches and others. All students are eligible to participate in the program. Teams for both Greek organiza- tions and mixed leagues are offered. Trophies are awarded to the championship team in each event. The top prize for which each group strives is the sweepstakes trophy. The winner is deter- mined on a point basis, with the trophy going to the team with the highest number of points for UNDEFEATED CHAMPS — Sigma Pi fraternity members gather around the championship trophy which they won in intramural flag-tag football competition. The Sigma Pi ' s bruising offense rolled past its opposition, carrying the team through an undefeated season. Sigma Pi defeated the Statesmen gridders in the finals to capture the trophy. INDIAN BEAUTY Sue Stewart Piggott Peggy Hunter Jonesboro INDIAN BEAUTY INDIAN BEAUTY Rebecca Clements Wynne Kay Wilbanks Hayti, Mo. INDIAN BEAUTY INDIAN BEAUTY Jean Campbell Little Rock INDIAN BEAUTY Sandra Manning Blytheville INDIAN BEAUTY LaRaye Brown Hazelwood, Mo. INDIAN BEAUTY FINALISTS Cindy Williams Harrison Sally Dennis Linda Ballinger Caraway Pine Bluff Board Of Trustees Is Instrumental In A- State Progress Comprised of five capable members, A- State ' s Board of Trustees has been ex- tremely instrumental in the tremendous progress displayed in the past and present at the school. Working closely with Dr. Carl Reng, president, the Board is to a great degree responsible for the progres- sive building plan in effect. The governor of the state each year appoints one of the board members, and the State Senate con- firms each appointment, which lasts for five years. The present chairman of the Board is Russell E. Owen of Marked Tree. RUSSELL E. OWEN Marked Tree VAN SMITH Tuckerman WILLIAM H. WYATT Blytheville TIME OUT — Members of the A-State Board of Trustees take time out from a meeting with Dr. Reng. One of the most important parts of the Board ' s responsibility is working with Dr. Reng on building plans. The President of Arkansas State College Dr. Carl R. Rena A-State ' s Growth Under Dr. Carl Reng Proves Tremendous Completing his 14th year as president of Arkansas State, Dr. Carl R. Reng has seen the school grow from one with an enrollment of a little over 1,000 to one of nearly 4,000 ready for university rating. His guidance has been a major reason for such expansion. NEW LOOK — A circular pool table, a part of the all-new Carl R. Reng Center, is just one of the countless modern facilities which have been added to the campus since the administration of Dr. Reng began 14 years ago. CAMPUS SERVICE — Attending numerous events on campus is one of Dr. Reng ' s primary jobs. Seldom is a noteworthy event held at A- State without the presence of the president. PROMINENCE— In his role as president. Dr. Reng frequently comes into contact with many prominent people, such as columnist Drew Pearson, who poke here last fall. 213 Administration Points To Past, Future MR. L. CAMERON has served as vice president in charge of business and purchasing since coming to A- State in 1951. In the preparation of A-State ' s overall budget, Mr. Cameron works closely with President Reng. In addition to this important duty, he has the responsi- bilities of serving as custodial and disbursing officer for college funds. DR. N. D. HAZELBAKER, vice president in charge of instruction, is now completing his twelfth year at Arkan- sas State after coming here in 1953. Dr. Hazelbaker guides the curriculum and instructional program of the school under the guidance of President Reng. He is re- sponsible for the school presenting the best possible edu- cation to the student. 214 V MR. ROBERT MOORE, Arkansas State Dean of Stu- dents, has one of the most varied jobs on campus. He serves as a teacher, counselor, public figure, judge and representative of the school among other things. Now in his fifteenth year as the dean at A-State, he comes into contact with more different students on campus than anyone else. MR. RAY HALL, director of field services at Arkansas State, is one of the most-traveled men on campus. As field services director, he meets countless people, including many high school students, all over Arkansas. Mr. Hall cooperates with all agencies and departments of the school in developing a satisfactory public relations pro- AGRICULTURE FACULTY — (seated): Dr. A. J. Langlois, H. F. Williams, Dr. L. N. Hochstetler. Dr. A. B. Rougeau; (standing): Dr. J. L. Davenport, Dr. R. O. Hexem, Dr. James H. Keene. Dr. A. W. Lemdle. OLEN P. NAIL Head of Agri Dept. BSA, Miss. State U.; MSA, Miss. State U.; PhD., La. State U. Agricultural Variety Offered f EASY, BOY — Old Paint gets his mane trimmed by an agri student who may have an idea of becoming a barber. HELPING HAND — An eager agri student lends some aid to a horse while friends stand by to encourage. Department of Agriculture Located in an extremely rich farming area, Arkansas State is fortunate in having an excellent agriculture department. Offered majors in various divisions such as agricultural education, animal husbandry, horticulture, agronomy, agricultural engineering and agricultural business and econ- omics, college graduates are well-qualified for diversified occupations in the field of agriculture, ranging from actual farming to soil experimenta- tion. The Agriculture Department is equipped with fine livestock, buildings and machinery in order to successfully train students. The depart- ment is especially fortunate in that six of the nine staff members have obtained doctor s ' degrees. COLLEGE DAIRY — W.W. Haynes takes matters into his own hands at the A-State dairy barn. PRACTICAL APPLICATION— Students in this department learn to use all sorts of office machinery. Department of Business Econ. Two main objectives of the A-State Business Department are to give the students a basic back- ground in busniess studies and to send skilled, intelligent men and women into the fields of busi- ness and economics. This department is expand- ing very rapidly, but has been unable to fill the demand for graduates in the field for the past eleven years. The four majors offered include accounting, business administration, business edu- cation and economics. It is also possible for secre- tarial students to receive two-year certificates. Among the organizations sponsored by the de- partment are Phi Beta Lambda, Pi Omega Pi and Alpha Kappa Psi. HONORARY GROUP — Alpha Kappa Psi includes top male students. V 4 220 K. E. LUCAS Head of Department of Business and Economics BSE, NE Mo. State Teachers; MA, U. of Mich.; PhD, Ohio State U. BUSINESS ECONOMICS FACULTY — (seated): Dr. C. C. Carrothers, Charles Yauger. Rebecca Collins, Mary Lou Wood, Dr. Katherine S. Green, Dr. K. E. Lucas; [standing): Joe Zug, Don Etnier, Marshall Dinsmore, Howard Alsey, Fred Robinson, Dr. Sterling R. McLean, Dr. R. L. Ferralasco, Dr. Dewey McNiece. Competitive Foundations Laid mm ug L SPEEDWRITERS — Members of typing classes learn to combine speed with skill RAY L. SIMPSON Head of Department of Education and Psychology BA, ASTC; MSE, U. of Ark., EdD,U. of Ark. EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY — (front row): Dr. Vance Sales, Dr. Robert Ball, Lilian Barton. Dr. Mildred Vance, Dr. Robert Kluge, Dr. Paul Wood; (second row): Ralph White, Dr. A. G. Shannon, Dr. Robert Ohlsen, Dr. Ray Simpson, Lloyd L. Goff; (back row): Dr. Joseph Seat, W. L. Smith. Educating Tomorrow ' s Teachers TEACHER TO BE — Kay is being readied for the day when she ' ll do the teaching. 222 FILM LIBRARY — The Education Department is in charge of the huge film library now available at Dean B. Ellis Library. Department of Education, Psychology Helping to satisfy the chronic need for well- trained teachers is the major objective of the Arkansas State Department of Education and Psychology. Specialized courses in the various areas of teaching are offered, leading to a Bachelor of Science in Education Degree. The A-State study schedule includes a compre- hensive teaching program for sophomore stu- dents — a source of valuable experience for those planning a career in teaching. Expanded emphasis on psychology is planned for the growing depart- ment, enabling students with interests in social work, guidance and counseling, ministerial train- ing and phases of public relations to obtain pro- ficiency. THANK YOU, SIR— A forced smile greets Dr. Ball as he begins handing out an unwelcome gift. HOWDY KIDS — An annual project of the Fine Arts Department is the sponsoring of papier mache animals in the Jonesboro Christmas Parade. Department of Fine Arts Most educators agree that a well-rounded edu- cation should include instruction in some phase of the arts. Providing both basic and advanced knowledge in various fields of creativity is the job of the Arkansas State Department of Fine Arts. Organized to provide courses for both producers and consumers of art-forms, the in- structional staff of the department includes recog- nized artists devoted both to their creative work and to education. Requiring primary courses in musical and visual art appreciation, the A-State department provides workshops and studios for advanced students as well. Majors are offered either a BS or BFA. 224 FINE ARTS FACULTY— (seated): Harold Worman, Julia Riggs Lansford. Dr. Duane D. Haskell, Mary E. Beck, John Alexander, William Nelson; (standing): Richard Ward, David Niederbrach, Willy Lindquist, Don Minx, Dan F. Howard, Leonard Farley. Alfred Skoog. RADIO. JOURNALISM PRINTING FACULTY— (seated): Gene Ballard. Bob Kern. Darrel Cunningham. Charles Rasberry; (standing): Cecil Vavak. Tom Manning. L. W. " Tex " Plunkett. Bobby Ruff, Gene Boucher. Students Do The Work HARD AT WORK — Several college editors are seen working out the various problems encountered on a weekly. 226 ON THE AIR — Radio Journalism majors have the convenience of their own radio station. WHERE ' S THE G? — Printing is a booming business, and printing majors at A-State get the best of training. Department of Journalism " The students do the work. " That ' s the way Tex Plunkett, head of the Department of Radio, Journalism and Printing, describes his formula for teaching. Knowledge gained in classroom work plus practical experience in journalism pro- vide the basis for the department ' s study program. Responsibility for writing, editing and publishing the State College Herald, A-State ' s newspaper, lies directly with the journalism students. Student technicians and announcers prepare and broad- cast programs on KAS U-FM, the campus radio station. Actual work on the College ' s various publications is a valuable supplement to printing students ' textbook studies. For out-of-class activ- ity, the department offers the KASU-FM Broad- casters Club, Graphic Arts Club and Press Club. JE PARLE FRANCAIS — Special equipment aids foreign language students in their studies. Department of Language Lit. The development of the skill of accurate and comprehensive self-expression is the chief aim of the Department of Languages and Literature. Those majoring in this department may choose from English, French, German, Spanish and theater; and additional minors may be obtained in fields of speech and applied language arts. One of the most popular parts of the department is the drama section. A dramatic group named The Arrowhead Players performs a number of plays and skits during the course of the school year. Another departmental group is the Feather- pins, a writing organization open primarily to English majors and minors. A literary magazine is published annually. DRAMATISTS — a scene from one of several plays presented each year by The Arrowhead Players. LANGUAGE LITERATURE FACULTY — (seated): Eleanor Lane. Elizabeth Neely, Wanda Walker, Nancy Yarbrough, Joan Hass, Clovita Rice, Adolphina Wuppermann: (second row): C. D. Culver, Mrs. Lucille Broden. Dennis Rhodes, Sue Ellen Crum, William Bennett, Gerald McGough. Alfred Zivers. James Johnsen; (third row): Jean Walker. David Ritchey, Sam Gennuso, Martin Ausmus. Robert Brown, Georgia Clifton, Sara Keller. Dr. O F. White. ORVILLE F. WHITE Head of Department of Language and Literature BA. Ark. -State; MA, U. of Ark.; PhD, U. of N.C.; graduate work. Mich. State U. Expression Skills Highly Stimulated MODERN AIDS — greatly enhance the problems involved in foreign language studies. 229 LIBRARY SCIENCE FACULTY — (seated): Ella Mae Thompson. Eleanor Kirks; (stand- ing): James Hansard. Leon Raney. William A. Whitehead. Atmosphere Relaxed, Pleasant THE LATEST — One of the newest additions to the new library is the copying machine. 230 LOADED DOWN — Stacks of books have to be checked in and out regularly. SEARCH AND FIND — Finding books is a major problem for most students, but Library Science students also have to learn how to put them back in their original places. Department of Library Science The Department of Library Science maintains an atmosphere of general learning while edu- cating the students in library science at the same time. A minor is offered in this field for those who wish to gain certification for a school librarianship in Arkansas or prepare for graduate work. The library courses may also be chosen by any student as electives in a general education. With the addition of a number of new facilities in the Dean Ellis Library has been the addition of new members to the staff of the Library Science Department. Under these instructors, students learn all the details necessary to librarians. DISCUSSION OF STRATEGY — ROTC cadet officers go over plans and last-minute drill instructions. DIRTY WEAPON? — Inspections like these are always enjoyed by officers but dreaded by the cadets who are the object of such events. Department of Military Science Under the direction of Col. Treneman and his staff of Regular Army officers and NCOs, Arkan- sas State ' s Military Science Department fulfills its duty of acquainting men students with the fun- damentals and opportunities of the Army. Every cadet is assigned to one of six companies, each consisting of three platoons and commanded by a cadet captain. Through the effort of the cadet colonel, his staff and the department, the cadets learn military tactics, history of the Army and manual of arms. In addition, they participate in various parades and inspections throughout the year. For those more militarily inclined, there are advanced courses and a commission upon ROTC FACULTY — (sealed): Capt. Hershel G. Jones, Maj. William E. Hall Jr., Col. Robert A. Treneman. Maj. Charles B. McCarrell. Maj. Thomas A. Atwood; (standing): Capt. Sidney Crabtree Jr.. M. Sgt. James C. White. Sgt. John E. Taylor, Capt. Donald K. Slocombe, M. Sgt. Nick H. L. Hunt, and S. Sgt. Jerry M. Boman. ROTC Readies Army Officers LEADERSHIP — Cadet officers of the ROTC get an opportunity to display their leadership ability in drill. LINUS J. DOWELL Head of Athletic Department BS, BSE, NE Mo. State Teachers; MEd, U. of Mo.; EdD, U. of Mo. PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY — [front row): Jake Darby. Frances Smallwood, Gladys McPike. Dorlis Johnson McKinney, Earlaine Young; (middle): John Rose, Dr. Linus Dowell, John Rauth. Bennie Ellender. Wayne Armstrong; (back): Marvin Speight, James Jackson. Dr. Darrel Black. J. A. Tomlinson. Bill S. Davidson. P.E. Courses Varied RHYTHM — Students in modern dance classes learn all the latest steps. 234 GET READY — Swimmers are set for race during class. UP HIGH — Trampolines are objects of much enjoyment for men and women students at Arkansas State. Department of Physical Education Along with the emphasis placed on higher mental education often comes a neglect of physical hygiene. At Arkansas State, students are pro- vided with ample opportunity for healthful exer- cise and recreation through the College ' s depart- ment of Health, Physical Education and Recre- ation. In addition to complete textbook courses in a variety of sports, the department provides modern equipment for putting the knowledge into practice. Four departmental organizations offer a comprehensive schedule of intramural sports events for both men and women. Yearly twirling and cheerleading clinics are also spon- sored by the department. STAND BACK — A Bunsen burner is applied to a test tube hopefully to get the desired effects. Department of Science In a society which is becoming extremely sci- ence-oriented, the expansion of the Arkansas State Department of Science has kept pace with the times. In an era of unexcelled technical re- search and development, computers and manned space flights are becoming a part of everyday life. A-State faces this constant challenge with a modern, progressive Science Department. With plans for a new Science Building underway, the department is not only prepared for the present but also is ready for the future. Courses offered include biology, chemistry, physics and mathe- matics as well as pre-professional programs in engineering, physics, medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy and medical technology. MAD SCIENTISTS — mix one tube after another until they finally hit a discovery, perhaps Love Potion No. 9? 236 WARREN W. NEDROW Head of Science Department AB, Peru State Tchrs. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FACULTY — (row one): P. Gwinup. Dr. Dewev Sifford. Joseph N1 A. Denver U. Pennington. Myrna Holland, Shirley Fowler. Linda Deck. Dean B. Ellis. Melinda Bennett. PhD. U. of Neh. Dorothy Bennett; (second rou t: Donald Avery. Troy Blue, Donna Lynch, Edward Richards. Nancy Sigler. Richard Mitchell. Tom Bishop. William Byrd; (row three): Deri Brooks. Herman Bogan. Hollis Frasure, Dr. W. W. Nedrow. John Kent. Rick Cochran. Howard Moore; (row four): Michael Johnedes. Albert O ' Donnell. Earl Hanehrink. J. ' B Sheofee. Elmer Mayes, Edward Bennett, Charles Davis, Tom Trevathan, Baird Keister, Marshall Matthews. Emphasis On Discovery Concepts SETTING UP— Engineering students are almost ready to try their luck at surveying in a practical field experiment. 237 ROBERT L. MARTIN Head of Department of Social Science BA, Texas Tech. College; MA, Texas Tech. Colege; PdD, U. of Okla. SOCIAL SCIENCE FACULTY — (seated): Edith Chapman, Justine Mann, Mary Brown. Chester R. Stewart; (middle): Ernest St. Jacques, J. E. Griner, Royce Peterson. Don Wells, A. S. Kirkikis, John Galloway; (buck): Robert Martin, Lee Dew, Don Konold, Homer Huitt, John Osoinach, Durward Cooper. Heading Objective Culture Study TURNABOUT — fair play when class is over and students take issue with a professor ' s opinions. 238 HERE IT IS — Studying the earth and its characteristics through modern maps can be interesting. FORCEFUL SPEAKERS— are frequent visitors to social science organizations. Department of Social Science Acquainting the student with his world and its people is the primary goal of the Social Science Department. Another main aim of the depart- ment is to prepare him for varied vocations in the area of governmental work, social work and in public schools. Majors are offered in history, political science, home economics, sociology and social science in this wide area of study. Organi- zations which are sponsored by the Social Science Department include Pi Gamma Mu (an honorary society), the Home Economics Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Sociology Club and Social Science Club. Classes are housed in a re- cently renovated building. Classes Are Necessary, But then, A Time To Let Off Steam What about that free hour between classes, or that lazy Tuesday afternoon when the demands of the classroom have temporarily been met (or delayed)? EXUBERATION-A helpful safety valve for student tensions. Hundreds of persons use the Reng Center to ease worries. mm 240 Visiting alums would find A- State ' s campus life basically the same despite major changes in the school geography. Students still love to hurry up term papers and cut classes as they have for as long as these things have ex- isted, especially when a dorm or intramural football game awaits, or when one ' s head is crammed with thoughts of tomorrow ' s date. And then there is always the de- sire to lock oneself in the room and sleep for a solid week. For those who desire atmosphere to flavor their conversations with the opposite sex, a quiet spot is never hard to find. DECEPTIVE QUIET — To the casual observer, all is quiet on the intramural front. In seconds, the scene will explode into screams of joy or disappointment. Personalities Blend Toward A Common Goal A new, sometimes confusing life; a life away from home and family, away from friends who may themselves be gone when you return— hut then, a new, exciting life, too. ( DEMANDS ARE M ADE-Things are expected of a person as an incoming freshman that may seem useless at the time, but as the years pass, the students learn to make demands of themselves. Orientation acquaints the new scholar with a general understanding of school policy, as it affords a chance to make new friends. PRIDE AND LABOR-If the new student is fortunate enough to be selected as a member of high caliber organizations, he can apply himself fully to the success of these groups. Soon enough he will turn the reins over to new- comers who will, (in his opinion), be twice as " green " as he was. 243 ABERNATHY, Ann; W. Memphis— Elem. Ed. Phi Mil, SNEA, WAA , Band AKERS. Robert J.; Searcy— Bus. Ad. Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club ALEXANDER. Connie; Gideon. Mo— P E PEMM, Phi Mu ALLEN, Charles F.; Batesville— P.E. CMC, PEMM, Soc. Sci. Club ANGLIN. Jimmy; Marked Tree— Bus. Ad. ARCHER. Gene: Paragould— Art Kappa Pi ARNOLD. Alan G.; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi ATCHLEY, Brenda; Gideon. Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA ATWILL. Richard Lee; Jonesboro— P.E. PEMM ATWOOD. Charlsie: Trumann— Gen. Sci. BAILEY. Tommy; Jonesboro — Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Band BAKER, Donna Lee; Harrisburg — Music Chi Omega, MENC, AWS, WAA, ASC Sing ers. Choral Union, Arkastaters, Kammer Kap elle, Madrigal Singers, Arrowhead Players BAKER, Floyd E.; McCrory— Agri. Ed. Agri Club, Delta Tan Alpha. FFA BAKER, Lloyd Burl; McCrory— Agri. Ed. Agri Club, FFA BAKER. Truman; Mammoth Spring Math Club Seniors Class Of ' 65 BALL. Larry G.; Sturke — Soc. Sci. Social Science Club, SNEA BARBER. Donald R ; Newark— Agri. Agri Club, FFA BARNHILL. Fred; Paragould— Music Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, Choral Union, Wind Ensemble BARTHOLOMEW, Johnette: Marked Tree— Soc. Sci. BARTON. James A.: Lake City— Soc. Minister ' s Fellowship BASS. Bill M.; Paragould— Agri. Bus. BASWELL. Howard; Jonesboro — Biol. Pi Kappa A Ipha BATEMAN. Sandra; Paragould— Elem. Ed. BATEMAN, Sarah; Clarendon— Elem. Ed. Phi Mu, SNEA. AWS, WAA. Panhellenic Council. Dorm Council BAXTER, Carter; Batesville— Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon, Band, Circle K, YRC BEARD. James Jr.; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa A Ipha BEASON. John; Jonesboro — Radio Journ. Sigma Pi, KASU, Broadcasters Club, Arrow- head Players BEENE. Larry; Hughes— Bus. Ad. BEESON, Margaret; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. BENNETT. Jimmy; Joiner — Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa Alpha 2AA BENT1 Y, Arthur G.; Gideon, Mo.— P.E. PF.MM . Tau Kappa Epsilon BERRY, Bill; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— P.E. Football BERRY, Mary Ann; Newport— Elem. Ed. B1ARD, Royec; Batesville— English BILES, Derwood C, II; Searcy— Math Pershing Rifles, Y DC BINAM, Melvin; Alpena— Bus. Ad. Chi Alpha BISHOP, James H.; Jonesboro— Biol. Lambda Chi Alpha, Track BISHOP, Ronald E.; Arkadelphia— Math Tan Kappa Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, Math Club BLACKBURN, Linda Lee; Paragould— Math BLANTON. Rick; Newport— Soc. Sci. Sigma Pi BONE, Sandra; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Band, Majorette, AWS, Alpha O micron Pi, Panhellenic Council, Honorary Cadet, WAA, SNEA BOOK. Toni; Davisburg, Mich.— Elem. Ed. SNEA BOOKOUT, Billy W.; Rector— Biology BOULAND, James H.; Jonesboro — Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi BOYD. James; Paragould— Bus. Ad. BRADEN, Mary Ann; Black Oak— Bus. Ed. BRAWNER, Larry; Colt— Agri. Ed. FFA , Delta Tan A Ipha BRIDGES, Becky; Little Rock— Eng. Phi Mu, AWS, WAA, Featherpens, Panhellenic Council, President ' s Roundtable BROOKS, Charles; State College— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC BROOKS, Jones; Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. BROTHERS, Darrell; Jonesboro— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi BROWNLEE. Ann; Blytheville— Elem. Ed. SNEA BRUCE. John Wilson; Bradford— Biol. BRUNER, Sharon; Bay— Elem. Ed. BRYAN, Norma Jean; Osceola — Elem. Ed. SNEA BRYANT, M. T.; Morehouse. Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA BUCHANAN. Robert; Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. BUMP. Rickey; Pleasant Plains— Bus. Ad. BUNCH. Jacqueline; Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. AWS BURDIN. Victory; Rector— Elem. Ed. BSU BURGE. Paul; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. BURNHAM, Carole; Blytheville— Elem. Ed. A WS, SNEA BURK. Larry; Jonesboro — Agri. Engr. Agri Engr. Club BURR. Melinda; Pa.agould— English Chi Omega, YRC, Arrowhead Players, Alpha Psi Omega, WAA. AWS, FWSO BURROW, Paul K.; Jonesboro— Econ. 245 BYRD. Bennie; Gassville— Bus. Ad. Arrowheud Plovers BYRD. Roy H.; Newport— Bus. Ad. BYRNES. Sally; Marion— French Chi Omega CAMPBELL, Charles; Jonesboro — Agri. Bus. FFA, Agri Club CANEPA. Anthony M.; Memphis — Bus. Ad. Scabbard and Blade CANTRELL. Elroy T.; Stuttgart— Biol. Beta Beta Beta. Phi Eta Sigma, French Club, Skv Divers, Arrowhead Players, YRC CAPPS. Gary: Bloomfield. Mo.— Agri. FFA, Agri Club CARROLL. Henry, Mammoth Spring— Bus. Ad. Sigma Plii Epsilon, Circle K CARTER. Ann; Blytheville— Math A WS. SNEA , Pi Gamma Mu, Math Club CARTER, Carol; Rector— English AWS, SNEA, ASC Singers, Featherpens, Dorm Council CARWELL. John B.; Cherry Valley— An. Hus. CASSIDY. Ralph: Blytheville— Math Sigma Pi CATHEY. James L.; Bono — Radio Journ. KASU Broadcasters CATO. Jane; Walnut Ridge— Elem. Ed. Phi Mu. SGA, AWS, WAA, SNEA, Social Sci- ence Club, YDC, Annual Staff CHAFFIN, James A.; Jonesboro — Acct. BSU, YRC, Alpha Kappa Psi CHAILLAND. Sandra; Kennett. Mo.— Music Chi Omega, ASC Singers, Kammer Kappell, AWS. WAA. MENC. Arkettes. Choral Union CHAMBERS. Ronnie; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa A Iplia CHAPMAN. Dee; Sedgwick— Soc. Sci. CHOAT, Richard E.; Jonesboro — Chem. ACS, Lambda Chi Alpha, New man Club CHUNN, Gwin; Memphis — Elem. Ed. CLAM PIT. Stan; Harrisburg— Bus. Ad. Tau Kappa Epsilon CLARK, Benny; Pocahontas — Soc. Sci. BSU, SGA CLARK. Edward B.; Newport— Acct. CLAY, David H.; Fulton, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon CLEMENTS. J. W.; Ravenden Springs— An. Hus. Block and Bridle, Square Dance Club CLIFFT, Billy Doyle; Bono— Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club, Delta Tau Alpha COGGINS. Joyce; Holly Grove— Elem. Ed. COHEN, Willard; Maiden, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa A Ipha COLE. Gary B.; Jonesboro — Biology CMC, Beta Beta Beta, Scabbard and Blade COLLIER, Charles; Rector— Agri. Ed. Agri Club, FFA, BSC, Drill Team COLLIER, Val Jean; McCrory— English BSU, Featherpens COLLIER, Victor; Marked Tree— Math CONNER, Judy; State College— Elem. Ed. A WS. SNEA CONNER, Robert; State College— Bus. Ad. COOP, Dennis; Batesville — Music MENC, BSU, ASC Singers. Band, Minister ' s Fellowship it 246 COOPER, James; Jonesboro — English COOPER, Rickey; Greenway— An. Hus. Tau Kappa Epsilon CORBETT, Charles; Walnut Ridge Physics Phi Eta Sigma, HSU, Counter Guerrillas CORBE I I. Herman; Georgetown, SC.— Bus Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Featherpens, Dona Council COURTNEY. Larry; Blythcvillc— Bus. Ad. COX, Ricky; Earle— English CRAIG. Ann; Marked Tree— English Phi Ma, AWS, WAA CRAIG, Thomas H; Walnut Ridge— Bus Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Circle K, Soc. Sci. Cluh CRAVENS. Donald; Magazine— Agri. Bus. Agri Cluh, Block and Bridle CRECELIUS, Norman; Marianna — Biology Beta Heia Beta CRIDER. Julian; Delaplaine— Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri CI ah CRISLER. Wilson; Cash— Math CROWSON. Beverly; Greenway— Soc. Sci. AWS, YCCA CRUMRIN, Paul. Jr.; W. Memphis— Hist. Pi Kappa Alpha CUDE, Rita; Black Rock— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, WAA, Dorm Council Seniors Class Of ' 65 CURTIS. Herman; Little Rock— Chem. BSU, Amer. Chem. Soc. CURTIS, Nancy; Newport— Elem. Ed. Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Pi DANEHOWER, David; Forrest City— Agri. Bus. Sigma Phi Epsilon DANIEL. Glenda; Mountain Home — Journ. Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Upsilon BSU, Featherpens, Press Cluh, Herald Editor KASU Broadcasters Cluh, Spanish Cluh, Pres ident ' s Roundtahle, AWS, WAA, FWSO Annual Staff, French Cluh DAVIDSON, D. Dewayne; Paragould— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi DAVIDSON, Sharon; Jonesboro— Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, AWS, WAA, SNEA DAVIS, Bettv; Bay— Bus. Ed. DAVIS. John W.; State College— Math CMC DAVIS. Pegcy; Hardy — Accounting AWS, WAA DECK.. Michael Joe; Piegott— P.E. CMC DENNIS. Sally Lynn; Caraway — Biology Chi Omega, Beta Beta Beta, SGA, WAA A WS, FWSO DENTON. Richard; Harrisburg — Journ. Pi Kappa Alpha DESHAZO. Eddie W.; Viola— Agri. Sigma Pi, Block and Bridle, Agri Cluh DOAK. Robert W.; Lake City— English Lambda Chi Alpha, BSU, Dorm Council Pi Gamma Mu, Dehate DOBSON. Norma; Batesville— Elem. Ed. DODSON, Morris; State College— P. E. PEMM, Wesley DOLLINS, Martha; Paragould— Elem. Ed. DONALDSON. Darrell; Osceola— Biol. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Circle K DOUGHERTY, Sandra; Blytheville— Bus. Ed. Alpha Gamma Delta, SGA, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, FWSO, AWS, WAA, President ' s Roundtable DOWDEN, Russell; State College— Acct. Lambda Chi Alpha DROKE, Mary; Blytheville— Soc. Sci. Alpha Gamma Delta, WAA, AWS, Pi Gamma Mu DUNEHEW, Joyce; Wardell, Mo.— English BSU, WAA, AWS DURHAM. Martha; Smithville— Elem. Ed. SNEA EDINGTON, Carolyn; Deering, Mo. — Soc. ELLIOTT, Pat; Walcott— Elem. Ed. ELPHINGSTONE, Berta; Forrest City— An. Hus. Alpha Gamma Delta, Agri Club, Delta Tan Alpha, Block and Bridle ELPHINGSTONE, Jerry; La Grange— Math Math Club, Wesley ELROD, Mavis S.; Weiner— Elem. Ed. EMERSON, John; State College— P.E. PEMM EMERY. Donald; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Seniors Class Of ' 65 ENDERSON, Woody; Blytheville— Math Lambda Chi Alpha, Young Democrats, BSU ENNIS, Bill; State College — Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC, SGA ENNIS, Rex; Walnut Ridge— Soc. Sci. Sigma Phi Epsilon, YDC, SGA, Soc. Sci. Club, Counter Guerrillas ERWIN, John; Mountain Home — English Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi EVANS, Bonnie; Marianna — Bus. Ed. AWS, Chi Omega, Phi Beta Lambda, WAA EVERETT, Gary; Paragould— Bus. Ad. Football FARR, Sharon; Maiden, Mo.— Bus. Ad. AWS FINCH, Carolyn: Black Oak— Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, AWS. WAA, SNEA FISHER, Bobby; Jonesboro — Agri. Bus. Agri Club FORD. Alan B ; Forrest City— Art Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASC Singers, NAEA FORD. Laura; Walnut Ridge — English Alpha Psi Omega FORD, Linda; Turrell— Bus. Ed. Phi Mu, WAA, AWS, NBEA FORD, Philip; Marked Tree— Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC FORTENBERRY, Leo; Leachville— An. Hus. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Block and Bridle, Agri Club FOWLER, Charlotte; Ash Flat— Elem. Ed. SNEA 248 FOWLER. Jim L.; Evening Shade— Agri. Agri Club, Block and Bridle FRANCIS, Janis; Piggott— Elem. Ed. FRANCIS. Taylor; Blytheville— Math CMC, Math Club FRANCIS, Tommye; Kennett, Mo.— Elem. Ed. FRANKS. Judy; Mountain View— Rus P.H FRASER, Charles; Pleasant Plains— P.E. FRAZIER, I.anty, Jr.; Delaplaine— Agri. FREEMAN, Daniel G.; Marmaduke— Biol. Young Republicans FRENCH. George R.; Kennett. Mo.— P.E. PEMM, A -CI ub FRENCH, John D.; Jonesboro— Math Math Club, Newman Club FRENCH, Veda; Palestine— Bus. Ed. Chi Omega, FWSO, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, WAA, AWS FUTRELL, Lenita F.; Brookland— Bus. Ed. Pi Omega Pi GAMBILL, Joel; Jonesboro — Journ. Lambda Chi Alpha, Herald Editor, SGA, Pres- ident ' s Roundtable, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Eta Sigma GARDELLA, Robert; Springfield. N. J — Prin. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Graphic Arts Club, New- man Club GARDNER, Alice; Lake City— Elem. Ed. SNEA GARDNER, Dianne; N. Little Rock— Music MENC GARLIN. Troy Dale; Batesville— Biol. GARRETT, Janice; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— Elem. Ed. Alpha Omicron Pi, SNEA, SGA, WAA, AWS, BSU , Panhellenic Council GIBBS, Jo Ella; Paragould— Elem. Ed. GIBSON, Bob L.; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. Lambda Chi Alpha, YDC, Pershing Rifles, Phi Eta Sigma GIBSON, Mary Jo; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, A WS, YDC, Pi Gamma Mu GIBSON, Sylvia; Arbyrd. Mo.— Elem. Ed. FWSO, Kappa Delta Phi, SNEA GLADDEN, Jerry B.; Osceola— Math Tau Kappa Epsilon GLENN, Glynda; Wynne — Elem. Ed. GOODMAN, Mary A.; Marmaduke— Math GOUDEAUX, Wilton J.; Joiner— Soc. Sci. A-State Sky Diver GRAHAM, Charles G.; Hope— Biol. GRAHAM, Joan Ella; Hope— English Featherpens GRAVES, Sammy; Cherry Valley GRAY. Carolyn A.; Jonesboro — Eng. GREGSON. John Ed; Trumann — Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi GRISHAM, Frankie; Weiner— Bus. Ed. HACKWORTH, Dolan L.; Mt. View— Biol. HAFNER, John F.; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. HALL, Juanita M.; Keiser — Elem. Ed. 249 HAM, T homas D., Jr.; Hayti, Mo. — English Featherpens, Lambda Chi Alpha, SGA, Scab- bard and Blade HAM LETT, Maredith; Gobler. Mo.— Elem. Ed. HAMMOND, Phyllis; Beech Grove— Elem. Ed. SNEA, Wesley Players HAMPTON, David; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— Soc. Sci. HAMRICK, Phyllis; Hornersville, Mo.— Elem. Ed. HARDIN, James, Jr.; Jonesboro — Agri. Bus. Agri Club, Rifle Team HARDMAN, Porter Jr.; Jonesboro— Soc. Sci. Agri Club, FFA HARRELL, Marcia Lee; Earle— English Alpha Gamma Delta, A WS, WAA, Wesley, Featherpens, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, FWSO HARRIS, Alvis, Jr.; Blytheville— Sociology HARTMANN, William; Pennsauken. N. J.— An. Hus. Block and Bridle HASTINGS. Virginia; Mountain View — Elem. Ed. BSU. A WS, SNEA HAWKINS, Wayne; Walnut Ridge— Math Sigma Phi Epsilon. Circle K HAWLEY, Allen; Forrest City— Bus. Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi HAYS, Jack; Melbourne— P.E. PEMM, Basketball HAYS, Katy; Melbourne— Bus. Ed. HELMS, Janna; Imboden — Acct. WAA, AWS, Panhellenic Council, Phi Beta Lambda, Chi Omega, Modern Language Club, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, FWSO HELZER, Marian; W. Helena— Bus. Ed. SNEA, WAA HENRY, Wayne; Jonesboro — Acct. HENSON, Jack; McRae— Bus. Ed. A Ipha Kappa Psi HENSON, Sharon A.; Egypt— Math Math Club HESTER, Daniel A.; Paragould — Biology Pershing Rifles, Drill Team, Rifle Team HILL, Kay Burns; Rector— Bus. Ed. Pi Omega Pi, A WS HILL, Gordon; Qulin, Mo.— Math HINDMAN, Nellie Jo; W. Memphis— Bus. Ed. Phi Mu, Alpha Kappa Psi, Marching Band H1NSHAW, Robert, Jr.; Harrisburg— Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa A Ipha HINTON, Marvin E.: Jonesboro— Bus. Ed. Sigma Pi, CMC, Golf, Baseball, Alpha Kappa Psi HODDINOTT. Robert H.; Poplar Bluff, Mo — Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi HOFFMAN. Carl W.; Paragould— Elem. Ed. HOGAN, Jerry L.; Monette — Agron. HOLCOMB, Larry D.; Memphis, Tenn.— English Lambda Chi Alpha. Featherpens, SGA, Arrow- head Players, Scabbard and Blade HOLLAND. Bettye; Kennett, Mo. — Music Chi Omega, Band HOLT. Ann; Manila— Elem. Ed. A WS, SNEA HOOD, Barbara; Earle— English Alpha Gamma Delta, Featherpens HOOPER. Elizabeth A.; Jonesboro— Biology Newman Club, Beta Beta Beta, FWSO HOOPER. Susan Smith; Jonesboro — P.E. Phi Mu, PEMM, AWS, WAA - 250 HOPPER, Vera; Judsonia— Elem. Ed. SNEA HOPKINS. Harold G.; Dyersburg, Tenn.— Biol. HOSKYN. Jerry J.; Stuttgart— Agri., Bus. HOWERTON. Barbara, Paragould— English HOWER, James J.; Knobel— Math HOWELL, Nancy Lee; Monette— Math Math Club HUGHES, Delbert M.; Piggott— Chem. HUMPHRIES, Mandy; Earle— Bus. Ed. HUNTER, Peggy; Jonesboro— Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, WAA, AWS. YRC, Debate Team, President ' s Round Table HUNTSMAN, Mary Nancy; Paragould— Elem. Ed. Phi Ma. SNEA, WAA, AWS, President ' s Ronndtable, Sig Ep Sweethearts Club HUTCHINS, Henry, Jr.; Beebe— Soc. Sci. HUXTABLE, Fulton; Earle— English Pi Kappa Alpha, YRC, Featherpens, Debate HYSI.OP. Harry C; Walnut Ridge— Bus. Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Circle K HYDE, Hugh L.; Oak Grove— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC, Pershing Rifles, Pres- ident ' s Ronndtable JACKSON, Douglas C.; Mt. View, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Seniors Class Of ' 65 JACKSON, Ivan; Leachville— Math Football, Baseball JAMES, Jerry W.; Clarkton, Mo.— Bus. Ad. CMC, Alpha Kappa Psi JAMES. Sharon; Ravenden Springs — English Alpha Omicron Pi, WAA, AWS, BSU, Feather- pens, Spanish Club JARVIS. Charles R.; Newport— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi JENKINS, Margaret; Blytheville— Music AWS, ASC Singers, MENC, Madrigals, Kam- mer Kappelle J1RJIS, Najib A.; Baghdad— Agri. Engr. JOHNSON, Jo Ann; Paragould— Biology WAA, AWS JONES, Marvyne Ray, III; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Block Bridle JONES, Owen; Paragould— Bus. Ad. JONES. Phvllis Gail; Maynard— Bus. Ed. BSU, Phi Beta Lambda JONES, William Henry; Sheridan— Bus. Ed. Alpha Kappa Psi JOYNER. Joe; Clarendon— Chemistry Amer. Chem. Society, Pi Kappa Alpha JUDD, Nathaniel F.; State College— Elem. Ed. CMC President JUDD. Polly; State College— Elem. Ed. KEE. Mary; Oliver Springs Tenn. — Elem. Ed. SNEA 251 KEENER, Robert Wendell; Jonesboro— Biol. KEITH, William Earl. Jr.; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. Tan Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi KELLER, Barbara; Rector— Elem. Ed. KELLER, Edwin R.. Jr.; Jonesboro — English KEMP, Jerry Lynn; Ravenden Springs — Bus. Ad. KEPLEY, William Alfred; Naylor, Mo.— Acct. KETTERING, Ronald; West Plains, Mo.— Soc. Sci. Sigma Pi KINDER, Patricia; Advance, Mo. — Elem. Ed. SNEA, Wesley KINDRICK, Bobby C; Peach Orchard, Mo.— Agron. KING, Floren; Smithville— Math KING, James U., Jr.; Earle — Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa Alpha KING, James W.; Blytheville— Chem. Amer. Chem. Society KING, Johnnie Lou; Blytheville — Elem. Ed. KINNINGHAM, Patricia; Steele, Mo.— Elem. Ed. KITCHEN, John; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— Pol. Sci. Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Science Club Seniors Class Of ' 65 KITTERMAN, Esther Lee; Jonesboro— Elem. Ed. KLEESE, Joyce; Little Rock— English A WS, Featherpens KLUGE, Robert B., Jr.; Jonesboro— Math KRONE, Betty Greer; Senath, Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA , Kappa Delta Pi LABROT, James H.; Gideon, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi LAM, Ming Lok; State College — Math LAMAR, Martha J.; Gideon, Mo. — Elem. Ed. WAA, AWS, SNEA LANE, Jerry; Blytheville — Sociology Sigma Pi, Newman Club LARKIN, Edwin M.; Blytheville— Bus. Ad. Statesmen LAYTON, Bobby; Earle— Chemistry ACS, BSU, YRC LEE, George Shelby; Miami, Fla. — Eng. Football LEWIS. Doris M.; Strawberry — Elem. Ed. SNEA LEWIS, Pat; Briar, Mo.— Bus. Ed. Pi Omega Pi LEWIS, Thomas A.: State College— Soc. Sci. Sigma Pi, Pershing Rifles LIBEAU. Mary Allene; Jonesboro — Sociology 252 I il id ()N(i. J. w , Jr.; Jonesboro Bus. Ad. LINDSAY. Vane I .; Hemic. Mo,— Sociology Pershing Rifles, Soc. Sci. Club LLOYD, Cheryl; N. Little Rock— Math AWS, BSU. FWSO, Kappa Delta Pi. FFA Sweetheart LOCKE. Bobb I .; Crossett— Journ. Sigma Phi Epsilon LOGAN. Barbara; Marianna — Math YRC. Featherpens, Math Club, Arrow Staff LOVL. Betty Jo; Wynne— Elem. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi LOVE. John M.; Jonesboro — Biology Pi Kappa Alplia, Beta Beta Beta LOVELACE, Paul; Paragould— Radio Broadcasters Club LUCAS. Kenneth; Mt. Pleasant— An. Hus. Block Bridle LUKE. Joan; Paragould — Elem. Ed. LUPER. Martin J.; LaGrange. III.— Acct. Lambda Chi Alpha, Circle K, SGA LUTER. Kay Kyle; Tyronza— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, WAA LUTTRELL, Drew; Leachville— Pol. Sci. SNEA LYERLY, Doris J.; Leachville— Elem. Ed. SNEA LYNCH. Robert Earl; Wilson— Biology LYNN. Kenneth; Searcy — Bus. Ad. MADDEN, Norman; Beedeville — Auri. Encr. YCCA, Agri Club, Agri. Engr. Club MAGNESS. Larry; Batesville— Bus. Ad. Lambda Chi Alpha MALONE, James A.; Jonesboro — Sociology MAN ION. Dickie; Beebe — Biology MARCHBANKS, Faye; Bragg City, Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, FFA Sweetheart MARKS. Virginia Gayle; Mellwood — Soc. Sci. Alpha O micron Pi, WAA, AWS, Pi Gumma Mu MARTIN. James W.; Cherry Valley— Soc. Sci. Pi Kappa A Ipha MASTERS, Carolyn Sue; Bay— Elem. Ed. NEA MASTERS, Wayne H.; Bradford— Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club MASTERSON. Mary Nell; Jonesboro— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS. Arrowhead Players, Alpha Psi Omega MATTHEWS. Jo Ann; Jonesboro— Elem. Ed. MAYBEE. J. R.; Alpena— P.E. MAYBEE, Ruth Ann; Alpena— Elem. Ed. MILES. Carola Gay; Holcomb, Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, BSU MILES. Trudy Jo; Walnut Ridge — Eng. Phi Mu. AWS. WAA. YRC, Featherpens MILLER. Joe A.; Cardwell, Mo.— Math MILLER, Larry; Earle — Radio Journ. Pi Kappa Alpha. Broadcasters Club MILLER, Stan; Newport— P.E. PEMM MINTON. Lonnie Royce; Des Arc — Math Math Club 253 ♦3 MONROE, Allen L.; Moro— Agri. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Block and Bridle, Agri Club MONTGOMERY, Horace; Newport— Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club MOORE, Carolyn Ann; Trumann — Art MOORE, Gerry B.; Stuttgart — Journalism Tan Kappa Epsilon, Pershing Rifles MOORE, Marvin L.; Marked Tree — Acct. MOORE, William B.; Trumann— Bus. Ad. A Ipha Kappa Psi MORRIS, Nancy Kaye; Little Rock— Spanish Alpha Omicron Pi, Featherpens, French Club MOULTON, Donna Sue; Walnut Ridge— Elem. Ed. MAYE, Maurice; Jonesboro — Accounting Sigma Pi, A Ipha Kappa Psi MURPHY, Glenn; Walnut Ridge— P.E. MUSSELL, Karen Lee; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— Soc. Sci. Alpha Omicron Pi, AWS, WAA MYERS, Barb; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— P.E. Alpha Omicron Pi, AWS, PEMM, WAA, Indian Staff MCBRIDE, Paul V., Jr.; Pine Bluff— Music Kappa Kappa Psi, Band MCCAMEY, Bonnie Sue; Brookland— Bus. Ed. MCCARTY, Donna Sue; Newport — Soc. Sci. AWS, Soc. Sci. Club MCCLEVEY, Alison Hays; Joliet, III.— Hist. Alpha Omicron Pi, Pi Gamma Mu MCCRACKEN, Katherine W.; Jonesboro MCCUISTON, Judy: Hayti, Mo.— Elem. Ed. Alpha Omicron Pi, FWSO, Kappa Delta Pi, AWS, Cheerleader, SNEA, WAA MCCUISTON, Bob; BIytheville— P.E. Tau Kappa Epsilon, A-Club MCDANIEL, Beverly; Tyronza— Elem. Ed. MCDANIEL, Rohnny B.; Jonesboro— Biol. MCFADDEN, Ray Dale; Jonesboro— Acct. MCFARLAND, Billy; Leachville— Soc. Sci. MCGEORGE, Thomas J.; Bismark, Mo.— P.E. PEMM Club MCHAFFEY, Robert S.; BIytheville— P.E. PEMM Club MCHANEY. Jeannine; Leachville — P.E. Phi Mu, PEMM, FWSO, Pi Gamma Mu, SGA, AWS, WAA, Alpha Sigma Upsilon MCINTOSH, Jane; Oil Trough— Soc. Sci. MCKEEL, Sunnye June; Rector — Bus. Ed. MCMAHON, David; Clarkton, Mo.— P.E. PEMM, Cherokee Men ' s Council MCNECE, Victor; Clarkton. Mo.— Pol. Sci. Cherokee Men ' s Council MCSPADDEN, Jack; Jonesboro— Soc. Sci. NANCE. William H.; Jonesboro — Sociology Sigma Pi, Track NASH, Lynn; Corinth, Miss. — Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC NAYLOR, Ronald O.; Jonesboro— Acct. Indian Band, A Ipha Kappa Psi NEAL, Donald W.; Harrisburg — Agri. Agri Club, Plant Science Club 254 NELDON, James B.; Clarendon— Acct. CMC NELSON, Stanley, High Ridge, Mo.— P.E. . Lambda Chi Alpha, PFMM Club NEWSOM, Norma Stewart; Monette— Math NICHOLAS, Opal Mae; Pollard— Elem. Ed. NOBLE, Howard; Rives, Mo.— Soe. Sei. Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Ma NOBLE, Russell Lee; Pocahontas— Biology Lambda Chi A Ipha NORMAN, Terry; Trumann — Soc. Sci. NUGENT, Bessie L.; Little Rock— Elem. Ed. SNEA NULL, Doyne E.; Trumann — Math Math Club O ' KELLEY, Rose W.; Gobler, Mo.— Elem. Ed. OREY, James Carl, Jr.; Piggott— Math Young Republicans ORMAN, James; Crawfordsville — Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi, BSU ORR, Ralph; College City— Elem. Ed. OSBORN, Patricia; Kennett, Mo.— Elem. Ed. OSMENT, Phil G.; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. CMC Seniors Class Of ' 65 OVERALL, Mike R.; Campbell, Mo.— Journ. Indian Marching Band, Concert Band, Dance Band OWEN, Barbara Lynne; Rector — Spec. Ed. BSU Ex. Council, SNEA, WAA, AWS OXNER, Julia Ann; Moro — Eng. Phi Mu, Block and Bridle, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, FWSO, Arrowhead Players, SNEA PARKER, Anne Shelton; Jonesboro — Acct. Alpha O micron Pi, WAA, AWS, Featherpens, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, YR, Indian Staff, Pan- hetlenic Council, FWHSO PARR, Judy S.; Kennett, Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA PATTON, Jerry D.; Bono— Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club PAYNE, James C; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. PENN, Ann Brannon; Lynn — English SNEA , Featherpens PENN, J. B., Jr.; Lynn— Agri. Ed. Agri Club, Collegiate FFA, Delta Tau Alpha, SGA PETTY, Gordon E.; Wardell— Agri. Ed. Collegiate FFA, Agri Club, CMC PHILHOURS, Karen Kay; Manila— English French Club, A WS, Featherpens PICKLE, Phil; Kennett, Mo. — Journalism Lambda Chi Alpha, Indian Staff, Herald Staff. Press C lub, Pi Gamma Mu PIGGOTT, Charlotte D.; Kennett, Mo.— Elem. Ed. WAA, AWS, ASC Singers, Choral Union PIGUE, Margaret; Paragould — Elem. Ed. SNEA PLUMB, Ronald Lee; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. 255 PLUMLEE. Carl D.; Mammoth Spring — An. Hus. PLUNKETT. Johnnie; Blytheville— Bus. Ad. Sigma Phi Epsilon POOLE, Larry Allen; Kennett, Mo. — Acct. Sigma Pi POSEY, Burnis; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi POWELL, Bob; Newport— Soc. Sci. Sigma Pi PRATER, Wanda; Walnut Ridge— English PRATT, James Harlan; Trumann — Math PROCELL, Johnny E. Jr.; Pine Bluff— Bus. Ad. PRUETT, Danny F.; Bernie, Mo. — Soc. Sci. PYLAND, Violetta Lee; Lake City— Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA, SNEA QUINN, Donald Ray; Paragould— Math RAGSDALE, Wayne Douglas; Jonesboro — Agri. RAMEY, Donna Iris; Brinkley— P.E. WAA, PEMM, Square Dance Club RAMSEY, Harold Larry; Alicia — Agri. Ed. CMC, FFA, Agri Club, Newman Club RANKIN, Barbara; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Seniors Class Of ' 65 RASBERRY, Ronnie D.; Black Oak— Biol. Phi Eta Sigma RAYDER, Martha Ann; Elem. Ed. Band, A WS, Wesley Foundation, SNEA REAVES. David R.; Pangburn— Agri. Ed. FFA REDMOND, Lynn; Wardell, Mo.— Bus. Ad. REED, Robert; Poplar Bluff, Mo. — Sociology Young Republicans, Social Science Club REESOR, Darrell A.; Jonesboro — Accounting RENSHAW, Lillie Ward; Marmaduke— Elem. Ed. RICE, Emma Watson; Walnut Ridge — Elem. Ed. RICH, Gerald Richard; Corning — Soc. Sci. ROBERTS, Dick Nelson; Pocahontas— Biol. Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Phi Epsilon ROBERTS. Glen David; Kennett, Mo.— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Lambda ROBERTSON, Betty Drewry; Hoxie— Soc. Sci. ROBERTSON, Jerry Ray; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa Alpha ROBINSON, Ralph J.; Blytheville— Voc. Agri. ROE, Gerald A.; Fisk, Mo.— P.E. PEMM 256 ROC.il KS. Johnny R.; Wilson— L nglish Pi Kappa Alpha ROMEO, Norma; Joncsboro — English Alpha Psi Omega, NCI i., Featherpens ROOK. Jerry G.; Jonesboro P.I . Basketball RORIE, Kenneth; Huff Soc. Sei. ' Gamma Mu ROSE, Jerry Mack; Senath, Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA ROSE, Mary K.; Senath, Mo. I. loin. Ed. SNEA ROSE, Sandra Jo; Burdette— English Chi Omega, Featherpens, AWS, WAA, New- man Club, Arrowhead Players ROSS, Bobby Ralph; I urrell— Soc. Sci. ROUSEY, John s ; I uckerman— Math Cherokee Men ' s Council, ' hi Eta Sigma RUDY, Anna Mary; Joncsboro — Math RLJNSIC ' K, Dale; Poughkeepsie— Bus. Ad. A Ipha Kappa Psi RUSSELL, Suzann J.; Prospect Hts.— Elem. Ed. YR, SNEA RYAN, Jerry R ; Hazelwood, Mo. — Radio Journ. Lambda Chi Alpha. Radio Broadcasters, Pershing Ri fles SAUNDERS, Jcaninc; Harrisburg— Biology Beta Beta Beta SCARBROl GIL Paul C hester; Marked Tree- Bus. Ad. SC HEER. Pansy Lucy; Lafe— Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA SCHEER, Virginia Stallcup; Paragould— Bus. Ed. SCHUG, Phyllis; Judsoma— Enuhsh SHADLE, William A.; Little Rock— Journ. YR, Featherpens SHARP, Jack Walt; Ash Flat— Voc. Agri. SHARP, L. Louise; Dyess— Math SHEPHERD. Janet; Jonesboro— English Alpha Omicron Pi, AWS, WAA, Newman Club SHERWOOD, Sherry; Pocahontas— Sociology Phi Gamma Mu, Arrowhead Players SHEWMAKER, W. T.; Beech Grove— Math SHIELLY, Joe W.; Steele, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi SHOFFNER, Lotus A.; N. Little Rock— Elem. Ed. SICKELS. Thomas Wayne; Manila — Chem. Cherokee Men ' s Council, Amer. Chem. Soc. SIMMONS. Romona Lee; Walnut Ridge — Biology Beta Beta Beta Historian, A WS, ACS SIMPSON, Estel Jr.; Jonesboro— Agri. SIMPSON, James Leon; Williford— Math SLOAN, Joan G.; Little Rock— Elem. Ed. SMITH, David; McCrory— Soc. SMITH, Elizabeth Ann: Black Rock— Elem. Ed. SNEA, WAA, AWS SMITH. Elvin; West Plains, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa Alpha SMITH, Harold G.; Jonesboro— Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi 257 SMITH. Judy M.; Cardwell, Mo.— Elem. Ed. Phi Mu SMITH, Morris, Jr.; Jonesboro — Math SMITH, Peggy R.; Weiner — Econ. SMITH, Wona Nell; Trumann — English SMITHMIER, Earl D.; Arbyrd, Mo.— Soc. Sci. SMOTHERMAN, Gary M.; Senath, Mo.— An. Hus. Block and Bridle SNIPES. Kay S.; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Phi Mu, Pi Gamma Mu, Wesley Players, A WS, WAA SNIPES, Wayne; Wilson— Pol. Sci. Circle K, Social Science Club, BSU, YR SNOW, Viola; Lake City— Elem. Ed. SNEA SPAIN, Mike; Rector— Bus. Ad. SPARKS, Rod J.; Jacksonville— Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa Alpha SPARKS. Towny; Jonesboro — Accounting Cherokee Men ' s Council SPEARS, Carolyn; Gideon, Mo.— P.E. PEMM, AWS, WAA SPEIGHT, Geraldine; State College— Bus. Ed. SPURLOCK, William; Hardy— Accounting Alpha Kappa Psi, YCCA SRUM, Patsy Lou; Cardwell, Mo. — Elem. Ed. SNEA STANLEY, Voncile; Walnut Ridge— Elem. Ed. SNEA STARNES, Howard; Senath, Mo. — Business A Iplia Kappa Psi STEVENS, Bobby; Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi STEVENS, Steve W.; Bono— Agri. FFA, Agri Club STEWART. Donald M.; Lynn— Elem. Ed. STITES, Norma Jean; Newport — Soc. Sci. STOGSDILL, John William; Jonesboro — An. Hus. STRICKLIN, Charles M.; Harrisburg— Biology STRINGER. William; Blytheville— Soc. Sci. Lambda Chi Alpha, Singers, Scabbard and Blade, Social Science Club, Counter Guerilla STUART, Clyde A., Jr.; Bradford— Agri. Bus. SUTHERLAND, Jerry; Grubbs— Soc. Sci. SUTHERLAND, Jimmy; Grubbs— Soc. Sci. SWAIM, Virginia L.; Walnut Ridge— Elem. Ed. SWAN, Patricia Sulcer; Palestine — Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, WAA SWINDEL, Julia K.; Doniphan, Mo.— Elem. Ed. Chi Omega, SNEA, AWS, WAA TANNER, Eddie; Doniphan, Mo.— Acct. Sigma Pi TANNER, Marilvn B.; Doniphan, Mo.— Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA, SNEA TAYLOR. Bill, Jr.; Bono— Agri. Ed. Agri Club, FFA TAYLOR, Jerry Lynn; Jonesboro — Soc. 258 TAYLOR. Jimmy; St. Joe— Agri. Ed. ff A TAYLOR. Lonnie; Monette— Accounting TAYLOR, Martha Jo; Maiden, Mo.— English French Club, A WS TAYLOR. Richard W.; Walnut Ridge— Economics Si Kina Phi Epsilon, Circle K TAYLOR, Sandra; Jonesboro — English Featherpenx, Off-Campus Women, AWS, Wesley IEMP1 I S, Douglas; Dexter, Mo.— Business THETFORD, Sue Elaine; Cash— Elem. Ed. SNEA THOMAS, Harold E.; Leachviile— Soc. Sci. THOMPSON, Linda Gail; Paragould— English Chi Omega, YR, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, AWS. WAA, Arrowhead Players, Featherpins THOMPSON, Martha K.; Blytheville— P.E. AWS, WAA, PEMM, Off-Campus Women, Featherpens THOMPSON, Robert W.. Jr.; Blvtheville— Soc. Sci. Pi Gamma Mu, Cherokee Men ' s Council Scab- bard and Blade, Counter Guerrillas THORNE, Linda Lu; Batesville— Elem. Ed. Head Cheerleader, Alpha Gamma Delta, SNEA, WAA, AWS, Panhellenic Council TOMSIC, Walt; Blytheville— Art Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Pi, Featherpens, Arrow, Arrowhead Players, Tennis TOYA, Richard E.; State College— Biology CMC, Tri Beta, SG A TREECE, James Albert; Kennett, Mo. — Agri. Ed. FFA Seniors Class Of ' 65 TRIMBLE, Sandra Kay; Stuttgart— Elem. Ed. TROUT. Richard L.; Jonesboro — Accounting Tan Kappa Epsilon, Social Science Club TRUELOVE, Diane; Hornersville, Mo.— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS TUBBS, Barry E.; Trumann — Biology Sigma Phi Epsilon TUCKER, Beth; Newport— Bus. Ed. TUCKER, George E.; Senath, Mo — Math TURNER, Marcia; Jonesboro — P.E. Alpha Omicron Pi, AWS, WAA, PEMM TURNER, Wendell; Clarkton, Mo.— Soc. Sci. PEMM ULMER, John L.; Jonesboro — Journ. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Circle K, YR, Radio Club, Press Club, Indian, Herald, President ' s Round- table VALENTINE, Joyce; Harrisburg — Biology AWS. WAA VAN BIBBER, Jerry; Blytheville— Acct. VANGILDER, K. Joan; Rector— Bus. Ed. AWS, WAA VEAZEY. Hoyte; West Memphis— Acct. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi VERKLER, Ronald Glen; Black Rock— Pol. Sci. Social Science Club VIVRETTE, Anita Perry; Jonesboro— Bus. Ed. Alpha Omicron Pi 259 VIVRETTE, Kent.; Jonesboro — Radio Journ. Sigma Pi, Radio Club VON ESCHEN, George F.; Jonesboro — Acct. WAHLQUIST, Charles; Mammoth Spring— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi WALL, Leland Roy; Hickory Ridge— Bus. Ad. WALIS, Phyllis A.; Western Springs, 111.— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, WAA, YR. Wesley WALKER, Dale; Caruthersville, Mo.— Agri. Ed. FFA WALKER, Effie; Trumann— Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS, WAA WALKER, Larry Charles; Knobel— Agri. Ed. Delta Tau Alpha, Agri Club, FFA WALKER, Sammy Wayne; Weiner — Math WALKER, Willard E.; Jonesboro— Acct. CMC, Alpha Kappa Psi, Bookstore Manager, SGA WALTERS, Virginia Lee; Weiner — Elem. Ed. WAMOCK, Melvin M.; Jonesboro — Agri. Bus. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Agri Club W ATKINS, Gerald H.; Jonesboro— Econ. WEBB, Deana Marie; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. WELCH, Helen; Paragould— Acct. Seniors Class Of ' 65 WELCH, James; McRae — Sociology Pi Kappa Alpha, YDC WELLS, Bobby Lavon; Rector — Gen. Agri. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Agri Club, President ' s Roundtable WHITE, Aaron L.; Warren— P.E. WHITE, Lauren; Jonesboro — English Alpha O micron Pi, Featherpens, French Club, FWSO, Arrowhead Players WHITE, Paula Adams; State College— Elem. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, WAA, Indian Band, Majorette, Phi Mu, A WS WHITLOW, Tyrel Gene; Lynn— Art NAEA WHITNEY, John C; Jonesboro— Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi, Cherokee Men ' s Council WILBANKS, Richard J.; Hayti, Mo.— Art WILCOX, Jerry; Black Oak— Elem. Ed. BSU, SNEA WILKINS, Jim; Jonesboro — Agronomy Tau Kappa Epsilon WILLEY, Mary Louise; Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. SNEA WILLIAMS, Darlene; Jonesboro — English AWS, Alpha Gamma Delta, BSU, Featherpens, WAA WILLIAMS, Harriet; Beech Grove— Elem. Ed. WILLIAMS, Jeffrey; Poplar Bluff, Mo.— Bus. Ad. Pi Kappa Alpha WILLIAMS, Ronnie Gene; Broseley, Mo. — Biol. 260 WILLIAMSON, Carolyn; Newport— Soc. Sci. SNEA , A WS WILMOTH, Carolyn H.; Ltowah— Elem. Ed. YDC, WAA, AWS, Dorm Council WILSON, Charles E.; Kennett, Mo.— Chem. WILSON, Sandra; Springfield, III.— Soeiology Wil l HONG, William Gene; Paragould— P.E. PEMM WINTERS, Gerald Dwayne; Jonesboro — Math WINTER, Bill; Jonesboro— Journ. Newman Club, Lambda Chi Alpha, SGA, Press Club, YDC, Annual Staff, Herald Staff, School Photographer WISDOM, Jimmy Ray; Beebe— Bus. Ad. WISE, Cynthia Hopkins; State College — Elem. Ed. IV est m inster Fellow sh ip WISE, Franklin P.; State College— Soe. Sci. Pi Gamma Mu, CMC, Westminster Fellowship WOLF, Susan; Fisher— Art Alpha O micron Pi. WAA, AWS, NAEA WOOD, Sammie Virgil; Jonesboro — Agri. WOOTEN. R. Marrine; Jonesboro — Bus. Ed. WORTHEN, Gene C; Walnut Ridge— Theatre Arrow head Players, Alpha Psi Omega WRIGHT, Dennis W.; Holcomb, Mo.— Agri. Ad. FFA, Agri Club WRIGHT, Eric E.; Little Rock— P.E. PEMM WRIGHT, Martha E.; Smackover— Elem. Ed. BSU, AWS, SNEA WYATT, Roger Dale; Pine Bluff— English Sigma Phi Epsilon, Featherpens, Phi Eta Sigma WADE, Mary Venda; Blyth eville— Music Alpha Sigma Epsilon, FWSO, Chi Omega, AWS, WAA, MENC, Kappa Delta Pi ZIEGENHORN, Herbert; Fisher— Business SIDEWALK SUPERINTENDENTS— Mr. Marshall Mathews and senior Phil Pickle inspect sidewalk in surveying course work. £ mid ADAMS, Bobby Carl; Augusta ADAMS. Jim; Jonesboro ADAMSON, Sheldon E., Jr.; Jonesboro AKINS. Susie; Paragould ALDERSON. John; Forrest City ALLEN, Bruce; Wilmington, Del. ALLEN, Kenneth E.; Trumann ALLEN, Linda Carol; Sheridan ALLS. John; Lynn ALLGOOD. Wayne; McCrory ALLISON. Randy: Pocahontas ALLISTON. Bill; Jonesboro ALSTADT. Marilyn; Rector ANDERSON, James, " Andy; " Jonesboro ANDERSON, Leta Rhea; Lepanto ARMSTRONG. Judith; Bay ARTHURS. James Lucian; Cotton Plant ATKEISON. Linda; Leachville ATWELL. Sammy D.; Jonesboro AUBEL, David; Addieville. III. BACK, Michael E.; Pascola, Mo. BAILEY. Billy Joe; Jonesboro BAIRD. Freddie: Monette BARBER. Mike; Batesville BARKER. Glenda Sue; Paragould BARKER, Joel; Drasco BAKER. Sally Lu; Saratoga, Calif. BARNES. Carolyn; Beebe BARNES. Verlon W.; Bono BARNES. Vircil L.; Bono BARNETT, Pierce W.; Jonesboro BARNHILL, Ann Carol; Paragould BARNHILL, Jane; Walnut Ridge BARR. Kathie J.; Barton BARROW, Jim D.; Jonesboro Juniors Class Of ' 66 BARROW, Monte Joe; Paragould BASINGER, Johnny; Lake City BATTERTON. Karen Beth; Viola BEAN. Fred; Kensett BECK, William E.; Jonesboro BELINGE. Clarence; Jacksonville BELL. Brenda; Judsonia BELL, Libby; Monette BELL. Paula Sue; Pine Bluff BELL. Vonna Lou; Pine Bluff BENNETT, Curtis M.; Jonesboro BENNETT. Dorothy Mae; Jonesboro BENSON. William M.; Marianna BERRY. Lin; Paragould BERTA. Michael: Joliet. 111. BETHEL. Bill; Paragould BISHOP. Carol Wilson; Bono BITTICK. Mark: Springfield, III. BLACK. Carolyne; Jonesboro BLAKEMORE. Sarah; Blytheville BLEDSOE, Mary Bob; Wynn BLOODWORTH. Ralph R.; Poplar Bluff. Mo. BOBLACK. Anthony; Marked Tree BOGAN. John C; Jonesboro BOGGS. Ronald; Riverview, Mich. BOLICK. Shirley: Keiser BOl LLNDORF. Michael W.; State Colleue BOLING, Larry: Lake City 262 C.4 y- .0 f - BOND. I irula; I eachville BOOKOUT, Loretta Langford; Jonesboro B( )( )K i 1 , Bohb ; w iscman BOOTH. Cilcn; Black Oak BOUSHII 1 ON, Su anne; Marked Tree BOWEN, Raymond A.; Augusta BOWKRS, Grover; W. Memphis BOWERS, Pax; Jonesboro BOWMAN. Adell; Dyess BRADLEY, Bobby R.; Tuckerman BRADSHER, Bettye; Trumann BRAMLETrE, Wayne; Fort Smith BRAND, Clarence D.; Alicia BRANDON, Charles; Clarkton, Mo. BRANDON, [.any; Paragould BRANNAN, Teddy; Rector BRANNON, William C; Lynn BRANSCUM, Sharon Jane; Black Oak BRASWELL, Jon; DeWitt BRATTON, Brenda: Nashville BRAUN. Phyllis; Naylor, Mo. BRAWLEY, Homer; Osceola BREWER. Richard; Paragould BRIDGER. Mickey; Jonesboro BRIDGES. Winfred; Monette BRITT, Ronald; Paragould BROADWAY. Reuben; Trumann BROGDON, Ben; Blytheville BROWN, Betty Lee; Paragould BROWN. Donald E.. Jr.; Weiner BROWN, James David; Mountain View BROWN, James G.; Risco, Mo. BROWN, Jim; Poplar Bluff, Mo. BROWN, Roger L.; Viola BROWN, Thomas W.; Little Rock BROWNE, Jack Eugene; Jonesboro BRUCE, Raymond Earl; W. Memphis BRYAN, Sandra; Trumann BUCHANAN. Glenda; Oren. Mo. BUCHANAN. Paul; Batesville BUCHANAN. Johnny; Jonesboro BUFFALO, Marion D.; Carlisle BULLARD. Martha Jane; Swifton BURCH, Tommy Lee; Lynn BURNETT, Jimmv; Jonesboro BURNETT, Jim; Batesville BURNS. David Lynn: Blytheville BURNSIDE, Alene; Lake City BURR. Charles; Mammoth Spring BURTON, Jerry; Paragould BYERS. Butchie; Augusta BYRD. Billy R.; Monette BYRNES. Ronald; Marion CALDWELL. John; Blytheville CALHOUN, John; Deering, Mo. CAMERON, Suzi; Jonesboro CAMPBELL. Kay: Jonesboro CAMPBELL. J. B.; Blytheville CAMPBELL, Willis M.; Walnut Ridce CANEER. Janet: Senath, Mo. CANNIMORE, David; Jonesboro CAPLINGER. Bryan; Harrisburg CARGILL, Kay; Piggott CARVELL. Elizabeth; Pine Bluff CARVELL, Richard; Brinkley CASSIDY, Larry P.; Blytheville CASSIDY, Ray E.; Blytheville CATHEY. Wanda Decker; Pocahontas CAVE, David J.; Havertown, Pa. CAZER. Larry; Lake City CHAILLAND, Connie Jo; Bragg City, Mo. CHAILLAND, James H.; Kf inett, Mo. CHAPPELL, Fay; Brickeys CHESHIER, Ray Alan; Jonesboro CHILDRESS, Bobby W.; Monette CHISM, Gene; Clarendon CHITMON, Wendell; Blytheville CHRISCO. Walter; Osceola CHRISTOPHER, Angelus D.; Norfork, Va. CLAMPIT, Pauline; Whitehall CLARIDA, Glenna; Rector CLARK, Bob Lynn; Cardwell, Mo. CLARK, Charles A.; Marvell CLARK, Jeff; Paragould CLARK, John; W. Memphis CLARK, Ronald H.; Jonesboro CLARK, Tom; Colt CLAY, Norman; Osceola CLEMENTS, Bob R.; Imboden CLEMENTS, Gerald L.; Black Oak CLEMONS, Rebecca Jane; Wynne CLIFFORD, Dick; Campbell, Mo. CLIFTON, David Autry; Wynne CLINE, Kenny; Paragould CLOWERS, Larry E.; Jonesboro COBB, Jerry; Paragould COBB, Thomas; W. Memphis COCHRAN, Gary; Trumann COFFIN, Cecil Harris; Wynne COKER, Danny J.; Walnut Ridge COLE, Bryant; Jonesboro COLE, Jimmy; Sikeston, Mo. COLE, Judy Ann; Arbyrd, Mo. COLEMAN, Lynn; Jonesboro COLLINS, Daniel Clive; Jonesboro COLLINS, Milford Hart; Holcomb, Mo. CONDRA, Billy; Harrisburg COOK, Harry; Dell COOKE, Richard Frazier; Jonesboro COOPER, Arline; Jonesboro COOPER, Gail, Beech Grove COOPER, Robert H., Jr.; Russellville COOPER, Sharon Faye; Talma, Mo. COPELAND, Nancy; Union COPPOLA, Angelo; Hickory Plains COPPOLA. Evelyn; Hickory Plains COSTNER, James, Jr.; Harrisburg COTHRAN, Connie; Marvell COUCH, John L.; Rivervale COX, Jack Elwyn; Paragould COY, James; Jonesboro CRAIG, Judy; Jonesboro CRANE, Cheryl Lynne; Jonesboro CRAVER, Robert F.; Hialeah, Fla. CRAWFORD, Shirley; Kennett, Mo. CRITES, Jimmy; Senath. Mo. CROFT, Edward; Campbell, N.Y. CRONAN, James R.; Caruthersville, Mo. CROZIER, Dorothy Lee; Trumann CULP, Joan E.; Maiden, Mo. CUNNINGHAM, Danny; Weiner CUNNINGHAM, Jim; Weiner CUPP, James Larry; Paragould CURTISS, Ann; Wynne CURTIS, Nicholas A.; Niagara Falls. N. Y. DACUS. Linda; Walcott DAILEY, Bess; Marked Tree DALTON, Gary A.; Piggott DARLING, Don W.; Newport DARR, Sue; Jonesboro DAVIDSON, Joseph P.; Melbourne DAVIDSON, Philip; Paragould DAVIS, Betty DeLayne; Blytheville DAVIS, Bobbie Anderson; Brinkley DAVIS, Dana; Jonesboro DAVIS, Linley D.; Pleasant Grove DAVIS, Jean; Black Rock DAWSON, Phil; Bernie, Mo. DEAL, l.arry C; Jonesboro DECKER, Charles E.; Rogers DELOACH, Harvey David; Jonesboro DELOACH. Sharon Kay; Jonesboro DENTON, (iene; Bay DEWITT, Merlin I .; Sikeston, Mo. DODD, Vicki Lynn; Caruthersville, Mo. DODSON. Shirley Ann; Bay DOLI INS. Lana Kay; Paragould DOUGLAS, Don M.; Walnut Ridge DRYER. Charles; Jonesboro DUCKWORTH. Carroll; Piggott DUDLEY, Melvin S.; Monette DUDLEY, Cassie Mae; Hayti, Mo. DUKE, Richard L.; Jonesboro DUNN. Joy; Pocahontas DUNN, Lou; Jonesboro DUPWE, Martha; Jonesboro DURHAM. Ronald W.; Jonesboro EAST. Carolyn L.; Cherry Valley EDRINGTON, Jerry L.; Paragould ELICH. Paul R.; Indianapolis. Ind. ELLEDGE. Ethel Jean; Jonesboro ELLINGTON. Linda; Cardwell. Mo. ELLIOTT. James; Walcott ELLIS. J. A.. Jr.; Stuttgart ELLIS, Ned Joseph; New Carlisle. Ind. Juniors Class Of ' 66 ELMORE. Joe; Paragould ELPHINGSTONE. Gene; La Grange ELROD, Spencer; Jonesboro ELROD, Jerry D.; Weiner EMERY, David T.; State College EMERY, Jackie; Blytheville ENNIS, Bill; Success ENNIS. Gary L.; Batesville EPPERSON. Cathy; W. Helena ESTES. Sue; Ash Flat EVANS. Diane; Weiner EVANS. Jerry P.; Rector EVANS. Paula; Hardy FAILY. Kerry Anne; Caraway FAIRLEY. John Bryon; Parkin FAMIGLIETTI. Richard; Miramar. Fla. FARLEY. Jerry; Cash FARRELL. Joan; Paragould FIELDER. Ronal; Jonesboro FINCH. Robbie Doyle; Black Oak FISHER. Catherine; Wardell. Mo. FITZGERALD, Phillis: Paragould FLAGG, Sammy; Manila FONDA. David; Poplar Bluff, Mo. FORD. Don: Pararould FOSTER. David G ene; Parogould FORD. Sandra; Marked Tree FORISTER, Charles; Poplar Bluff, Mo. ft lifettiA _ f FOX, Ronnie; Blytheville FRAME, Carole Anne; Steele, Mo. FRANKLIN, Charles H.; Amity FRANKS, James Earl; Mountain View FREEMAN, Gordon; Sylvan Hills FRIZZELL, James A.; West Ridge FULLERTON, Donna Kaye; Bragg City, Mo. FURNISS, Eddy; Wynne FURNISS, Sara Sue; Wynne GAM BILL, Tommie; Jonesboro GARDNER, John Edward; Tupelo GARNER, Sharon; Victoria GAROFAS, John Paul; Helena GASTON, James; Lacrosse GATES, Kenny Roger; Newport GEARHART, Ruthie; Poplar Bluff, Mo. GEE, Boby; Blytheville GIBSON, Barbara Holmes; Senath, Mo. GIBSON, Gary; Blytheville GILBERT, Constance; Colt GILL, Bob; Walnut Ridge GISI, Beverly Ann; Essex, Mo. GLADNEY, Robert H.; Batesville, Mo. GLENN, George, Sr.; Lynn GOACHER, Randy; Stuttgart GOODMAN, Nancy Cupples; Trumann GORDON, Brenda M.; Jonesboro GORE, Van; Forrest City GOULD, John L.; Little Rock GRADY, Jimmy L.; Wynne GRAHAM, Linda; Upper Montclair, New Jersey GRAHAM, Raymond D.; Biggers GRAY, Carolyn; Judsonia GRAY, Willis A.; Jonesboro GREEN, Wilbur; Blytheville Juniors Class Of ' 66 GREESON, Earl H.; University City, Mo. GREGSON, Pete; Trumann GRIFFIN, Malcolm; Dell GRIGGS, Wilburn D.; Paragould GRISHAM, James Taylor; Bay GUILTNER, Jerry F.; Paragould GURLEY, Phil; Kennett, Mo. HALE, Norman F.; Jonesboro HALEY, Mary Ellen; Miami, Fla. HALL, Holly; Weiner HALL. Rick; Blytheville HALLEY. Robert L.; Stuttgart HAMPTON, Marvin, Jr.; Jonesboro HAMPTON, Mike; Summerville, Mo. HANCOCK, Brenda; Bay HANKINS, Bobby N.; Newport HARBIN, James; Forrest City HARDIN, Allen; Greenway HARDIN, Anne Adele; Senath. Mo. HARDY, Eugene A., Jr.; Charleston, S. C. HARLOW, Patti; Little Rock HARP, Jerry Wayne; Hoxie HARPER, Jahnae; Caruthersville, Mo. HARRINGTON, Russ; North Little Rock HARRIS, Rodney; Salado HARRISON. Arnold; Cherry Valley HARRISON. Bill; Memphis, Term. HARVEY, Harold; Jonesboro HAT! Il l D. I inda Kave; Stamps HAWKINS, Jack; Leachville HAYNES, Ronnie; Trumann HENDERSON, Becky; Blytheville HENDERSON, Bill; Blytheville HENRY, Betty; Black Oak HENRY, Charles; Beebe HERNANDEZ, Henry; Miami, Fla. HERVEY, A. C, Jr.; Trumann HIBBS, Gary A.; Jacksonville HICKS, Carolyn M.; Stuttgart HICKS, Edwin; West Memphis HILLIARD, Carole Ann; Reiser HINTON, Suzanne; Jonesboro HOBBS, Freddie Jane; Bald Knob HODGES, Curt; Trumann HODGES. Judy; Earle HODGES, Linda Kay; Earle HOLDEN, Charles; Newport HOLLAND, Michael Aaron; West Helena HOLMES, Brenda Kaye; Paragould HOLMES, Larry L.; Bono HOLT, Rex, Jr.; Bay HON, Charles; Batesville HONNOLL, Barbara P.; Leachville HONNOLL, Diane; Leachville HORNER, Wilburn. Jr.; Harrisburg HOUCHIN. Martha; Fisher HOUSE, Nancy Ray; Jonesboro HOUSE, Ray M.; Jonesboro HOUSLEY, Kay F.; Valley View HOUSTON. Linda; Newport HOUSTON, Mary Helen; Lake City HOVIS. Dennis L.; Piedmont. Mo. HOWARD, Paula Sue; Walnut Ridge HUBBELL, Eddie; Pocahontas HUGHES. Buddy; Haynes HUMPHRIES, Marshall A.; Earle HUNTER. Bonnie; Wynne HUNTER, Larry H.; Winston-Salem, N. C. HURSH. Elizabeth Ann; Jonesboro HURSH, Frank; State College HURT, Don; Marianna ISHMAEL, Terry R.; Jonesboro JACKSON, Leland; Ash Flat JACKSON, Ronald E.; Jonesboro JAMES, Carole; Harrisburg JAMIESON, Judv; Proctor JAMISON, W. H.; Nettleton JASTRZEMSKI, James M.; N. Tonawanoa, N. Y. JEFFREY, Jeanne; Locust Grove JENKINS, Sammy Arlin; Rector JENKINS, Tom: Romance JENNINGS, John Elton; Jonesboro JOHNS. Lois; Harrisburg JOHNSON. Brenda; Jonesboro JOHNSON, Frances; Evening Shade JOHNSON, Jack C; Osceola JOHNSON, John B.; Jonesboro JOHNSON, Peter T.; Lynnfield, Mass. JOHNSON, Richard; Pittsburgh, Pa. JOHNSTON, Vernon R.; Jonesboro JONES, Francis P., Jr.; Newport JONES, Iola Lane; Jonesboro JONES. Joyce; Paragould JOPLIN, Larry; Doniphan, Mo. JORDAN, Jerry D.; Marmaduke JUSTUS, Joe; Imboden JUSTUS, Marijean; Tyronza KARNES, Thomas Lee; Cherry Valley 9 ®JL2P 267 KEANE, Tim " Dizzy " ; Linden, N. J. KEARBEY, Roger D.; Poplar Bluff, Mo. KEITH, Charolette; Leachville KELLER, AnnaJean M.; Thayer, Mo. KELLER, Charles Dale; Weiner KELLER, Dayton; Dyersburg, Tenn. KELLEY, Sue; Jonesboro KENDRICK, Itsy; Osceola KENNEMORE, James; Osceola KETCHUM, Carolyn; Jonesboro KIELTUSKI, Anna; Marked Tree KINARD, Lester Eugene; Newport KINARD, Mary Lois; Grubbs KINDER, Charles; Stuttgart KING, Bobby Harrison; Tyronza KING, Linda Kay; Clarkton, Mo. KING, Robert Stephen; Oakton, Va. KINKEAD, Donna J.; Kennett, Mo. KIRK, Johnnie Ralph; Helena KIRKSEY, Linda; Jonesboro KITTRELL. William; Corning KLEMME, Waltey E.; Osceola KOPP, George Stewart; Ocean Grove, N. J. KUETER, Ted; Paragould KUSTOFF, Phillip; Trumann KURZ, Gerry; Poplar Bluff, Mo. LAIRD, Robert C; Jonesboro LANCASTER, Larry; West Memphis LARGENT, Ira Sue; Senath, Mo. LARKIN, Betty Sue; Blytheville LAWLESS, Jo hn E.; Belleville, III. LAWRENCE, Doyle; Sidney LEEDS, Linda; Jacksonville LEIMER, Chrystal; Waldenburg LEONARD, Nancy; Salado LEONARD, Sammy; Salado LEROUX. Harvey A.; Jonesboro LESLEY, Jerrell; Ash Flat LEWIS, Steve; Manila LIEBLONG, Janet; Jonesboro LINAM, Donna; Rector LINDER, Nora; McRae LINEBARIER. Myron Brent; Stuttgart LINN, Dana Marie; Jonesboro LITTLE, Kenny; Paragould LOBERG, Ruth; Jonesboro LOVELAND, Kenneth Allen; Aurora, 111. LOWERY, Robert D.; Judsonia LOWERY, Thomas E.; Judsonia LUNSFORD, Ralph Carrol; Jonesboro LYNN, Barbara; Trumann LYON, Doris; Jonesboro LYON, Melba June; Jonesboro LYTTLE, Rebecca Sue; Jonesboro MACE, Charles W.; Blytheville MADDEN, Dale C; Beedville MAHON, Mickey; West Memphis MARKHAM, Michael R.; Phoenix MARKOVICH, David; St. Ann, Mo. MARLAR, Don; Jonesboro MARTIN, Barbara Ann; Walnut Ridge MARTIN, Joel; Walnut Ridge MARTIN, Jones Cleveland; Brookland MARTIN, Richard L.; Peru, Ind. MARTIN, Ronald; West Ridge MASHBURN, Ken; Miami, Fla. MASHBURN, Linda; Murfreesboro. Tenn. MASSEY, Blake; Forrest City MASSEY, Cleo; Blytheville MASTERSON, John; Earle 268 MATTINGLY, Chester D.; Poplar Bluff, Mo. MAUPIN, Donald R.; Jonesboro MAY, Janet; Osceola MEACHAM, Kenneth; Monette MEANS, Mary Anne; Doniphan, Mo. MELVILLE. Cheryl; Monette MILES, Donnie A.; Paragould MILLER, Lawrence A.; State College MILLER, Lowell; Jonesboro MILLIGAN, Jerry Joe; State College MILLION, Tyler R.; Pocahontas MILLS, W. C; Harrisburg MILNER, James C; Cabot MILNER, Roy L.; Bono MINIRTH, Georgia; Leachville MINTON, Beverly; Des Arc MOLLETT, Albert; Jonesboro MONTGOMERY, Curt L.; Jonesboro MONTGOMERY, Glenn A.; Jacksonville MONTGOMERY, Nelda; Bono MOODY, Betty Lea; Pine Bluff MOODY, Jerry Lynn; Salem MOODY, Judy Helen; De Vails Bluff MOON, Earl, Jr.; Trumann MOORE, Alma; Success MOORE, Gary A.; Pine Bluff MOORE, Joe R.; Pocahontas MOORE, Johnny Wayne; Jonesboro MOORE, Kaye; Blytheville MOORE, Michael Dennis; Jonesboro MORRIS, Elvis W.; Blytheville MORROW, Jerry Dale; Biggers MOSELEY, Gwyn; Jonesboro MOSES, Hazel K.; Paragould MOSES, J. D.; Paragould Juniors Class Of ' 66 MOSTYN, Jody; Sulphur Rock MULLEN, Brian; State College MURRAY, Curt; Jonesboro MCADAMS, Donna Sue; Trumann MCAFEE, Jerry; Monette MCBRAYER, Nancy; Sheridan MCCLAIN, Richard; Newark MCCLUNG, John; Newport MCCORMICK, Joe I.; England MCCOMICK, Kenneth W.; Kennett, Mo. MCCRACKIN, G. L.; Jonesboro MCELYEA. Darrell; Hoxie MCENTIRE, Guy D.; Yellville MCEVOY, Robert; Chicago Hts., 111. MCGILL, Billy; Turrell MCLESKEY, Gerald P.; Piggott MCMILLIN, Alice Faye; Gobler, Mo. MCNEELY, Billy E.; Marion MCPHEETERS, Becky; Poplar Bluff, Mo. MCSWAIN, Russell; Ethel MCSPADDEN, Donna; Jonesboro NALL, Jack W.; Blytheville NAYLOR, Johnnie; Helena NEEL, Johnny; Jonesboro NEWKIRK, Phil; Poplar Bluff, Mo. NEWMAN, Ellen; Rector NICHOLS, Nelda; Manila NICHOLS, Samuel; Hughes 269 NICHOLSON, William P.; Cherry Valley NOBLE, Linda; Rives. Mo. NOE, W. H. " Dutch " ; Maiden, Mo. NORRIS, Jackie Noel; Newark NORTON, Jerry; Pine Bluff O ' CONNOR, Thomas; Marked Tree OLDHAM, Max H., Jr.; Wynne ORICK, Eddy; Paragould OSBORN, Donnie R.; Kennett, Mo. OSBORN. Larry Donald; Black Oak OSMENT, Elizabeth; Crawfordsville OWENS, Hershel F.; Jonesboro PACE, Hugh; Osceola PACK, Nathan L.; Jonesboro PAGANO, William F.; N. Brunswick, N. J. PARDEW, Jim; Jonesboro PARENTI, Richard G.; Pine Bluff PARKER, Marcia; Jonesboro PATTON, Glenn G.; Campbell, N. Y. PEARSON, David; Lake City PEPPER, James; Bloomfield, Mo. PERKINS, Edward Arthur; Stuttgart PERKINS. Pat; Batesville PETTENGELL, Robert E., Jr.; Jonesboro PETTIT, Dubois M.; Jonesboro PETTY, Paulette; Forrest City PETTY. Rachel; Wardell PHILLIPS, Hayden; Franklin PHILLIPS, Leon; Trumann PHILLIPS, Thomas; Blytheville PICKNEY, Charles E.; Pocahontas PILLOW, Wesley; Paragould PIPKINS, Dorothy; Manila PLUMLEE, Boyd Ray; Ash Flat POPE, Earle; Pocahontas Juniors Class Of ' 66 POSEY, Alan F.; Helena POWER, Richard L.; Pine Bluff POWERS, Buck C; Beebe PRATT, David; Light PRATT, Frankie L.; Cardwell, Mo. PRESSON. Charles B.; Kennett, Mo. PROPES. Thomas E., Jr.; West Memphis PRUITT, Barry Lee; Jonesboro PUGH, Cynthia Crum; Jonesboro PYLAND, Rick; Paragould QUARRY, Gwen; Jonesboro RAINS, Blann Jr.; Nettleton RALEY, Lewis A.; Paragould RAMSEY, Sharon; Neelyville, Mo. RANDLE, Martha; Jonesboro RANDOLPH, Larry S.; Gideon, Mo. RANEY, Mary Lee; State College RAULS, Jim; Leachville RAY, Dennis; Newport RAY, Kin; Earle RAYBURN, V. H., Ill; Osceola REAGAN, Carol; Jonesboro REESE, Tommy; Osceola REDDICK, Doyle A.; Maynard REDMOND. Max E.; State College REESE, Ronald E.; Miami, Fla. REEVES, Gary; Hughes REEVES, H. K.; Gadsden, Ala. 270 REYNOLDS, Boh; Oil Trough RHOADS, Kay; Little Rock RICH, Alicia Ann; Stuttgart RICHARDSON, Franklin; Clarkton, Mo. RICHARDSON, Butch; Dcering, Mo. RICKUS, Edward L.; Farmington, Mo. RIDGE, Patricia Ann; Lake City RIDINGS. Kathy Jean; Arbyrd, Mo. RING. Roberta; Poughkecpsie RINGO. Linda Lou; Corning RISENHOOVER, Andrea; Biggers- Reyno RISENHOOVER, Lonnie; Biggers- Reyno ROACH, Linus; Manila ROBBINS. Donald R.; Trumann ROBINSON, Deloris M.: Poplar Bluff, Mo. ROBINSON, Doris L.; Poplar Bluff, Mo. RODGERS, Joe: West Memphis RODGERS, Ronnie R.; West Memphis ROEMISCH, Avis Ann; Hinckley, Ohio ROGERS, David; Blytheville RODGERS. Jimmy; Clarendon ROGERS, Linda; Nettleton ROREX, Dewayne; Harrisburg ROSE, Charlotte B.; Marked Tree ROSE, Michael J.; State College ROSS, Danny; Paragould ROWLAND, Thomas J.; Cherry Valley ROWLETT, Frank; Trumann ROWLETT, Gary Don; Lafe RUFFIN. Huie D.; Paragould RUSSEL. Linda Kay; Poplar Bluff, Mo. RUSSELL, Marian Helen; Piggott RUTHERFORD, Melba Jean; Jonesboro RUTLEDGE, Joan; Jonesboro RYLES, Ronnie; Paragould SANDERS, James Allen; N. Little Rock SANDERS, Louie T.; Jonesboro SCALOGNA, Mary Ann; Brooklyn, N. Y. SCHLENKER, Beverly; Wynne SCHMITT. Barbara; Monette SCHOENBORN, Robert; Jonesboro SCHUNK, Joseph R.; Jonesboro SCOGGIN, Sandra Lynn; Weldon SCOTT, Danny; Leachville SCUCCHI, Roby; Lake Village SCURLOCK, Becky; Jonesboro SELF, Danny Mack; Holly Grove SENTENEY, Martha; Weiner SHANLEVER, Sam R.; Jonesboro SHARP, Kay; Ash Flat SHAW, William Chapman; Jonesboro SHELTON. Robert L.; Jonesboro SHELTON, Richard; Jonesboro SHEWMAKER, LaJuana Joan; Viola SHIELDS. Jeanne; N. Little Rock SHIRLEY, Larry D.; Trumann SHOFFNER, Martha Anne; Weldon SHUE, Jerry L.; Beebe SIMPSON. Diane; Pine Bluff SIMPSON, Jeanne B.; Pocahontas SIMPSON, James M.; Jonesboro SIMMONS. Lon; N. Little Rock SKELTON, Larry; Blytheville SLAYTON, Billy; Minturn SMART, Cathy; Piggott SMART. Thomas H.; Piggott SMITH, Carolyn L.; Jonesboro SMITH, Herschel D.; Imboden SMITH, Jerry W.; Leachville SMITH, Nancy E.; Jonesboro 271 SMITH, Patsy; Jonesboro SMITH, Samuel L.; Jonesboro SMITH, Shirley; Osceola SMITHEE, Larry; Poplar Bluff, Mo. SNIDER, C. Byron; Jonesboro SNOW, Nickey; Jonesboro SNOWDEN, Chuck; Forsyth, Mo. SORRELLS, Caryl; Marion SPEARS, Buddy; Gideon, Mo. SPENCE, Linda; Paragould STANLEY, Frank A.; Pop.ar Bluff, Mo. STANLEY, Ruby; Poplar Bluff, Mo. STAFFORD. Thomas A.; Dexter, Mo. STARNES, Kenneth; Black Rock STARR, Haven; Austin, Tex. STEPHENS, Paul; Jonesboro STEVENS, Elizabeth Ann; Osceola STEVENS, Grady E.; Blytheville STEVENS, Thomas A.; Stafford STEWART, Glynda Jean; Powhatan STEWART, Howford E.; Doniphan, Mo. STILWELL, Donald; Doniphan, Mo. STOGSDILL, Jerry; Jonesboro STRICKLIN, Donna Carol; Jonesboro STRONG, Walter L.; Van Buren STROTHERS. Herman; Steele, Mo. STROUD, Doris G.; Jonesboro SULFRIDGE, Mary Ann; Jonesboro SULLIVAN, Mary Sue; Hayti, Mo. SUMMERS, Dan; Mt. Prospect, 111. SUTTON, Barbara Ann; Cherry Valley SWIHART, Leon; Leachville SWINDLE, Carolyn Dean; Jonesboro TAYLOR, Jerry Lee; Bo no TAYLOR, Julie Lynn; Derwood, Maryland TAYLOR, Philip A.; Rector TAYLOR, Tommye; Wynne TELKER, Michael; Maiden, Mo. THOMPSON, Barbara Ann; Wynne THOMPSON, Wayne; Brinkley TIDWELL, Jimmy L.; Blytheville TILLEY, Sharon Jean; Fisher TOMASELLO, Anthony J.; Hialeah, Fla. TOMLINSON, Joe; Macon, 111. TONNE, Sylvia; Jonesboro TREADWELL, Larry; Marshall TREBILCOCK. Robert E.; Ash Flat TRENEMAN, Bayard; Jonesboro TRIPLETT, Sherrill; Marianna TROUT, Billy H.; Bourbonnais, 111. TURNBO, Danny; Rector TURNBOW, Carolyn; Caruthersville, Mo. TURNBULL. Jim; Berkeley Hts., N.J. TURNEY, Atlee, Jr.; Jonesboro ULMER, William R.; Jonesboro VAIL, Mary Jean; Biggers VANCE, Carolyn; Paragould VANHOOK, Nita; Newport VINES, David K.; Osceola VINES, Janet Louise; Newport VINES, Margaret Ruth; Beebe VINES, Winston; Calico Rock VINSON, Bill; Jonesboro VOLLBERG, Howard E.; Pittsburgh, Pa. WAGGONER, Roland; Pyatt WAGNER, Carole; Elizabethtown, Ky. WAGONER, Jeannie; Walnut Ridge WALKER, Bill; Newport WALKER, Donald; Melbourne WALLER, Jackie L.; Maiden, Mo. § p WAI I IN. Harold: Marked Tree WAI. I. IN, Jimniy K.; Hickory Ridge WAI. I. IN, Patsy Thompson; Marked Tree WALDRIP, Bill; Sikcston, Mo. WARD, Gary Lee; Lilbourn, Mo. WARGO, Tim, Jr.; Watson WARREN, Sue; Poplar Bluff, Mo. WATERS, Sherman E.; Paragould W ATKINS, Howard; Wynne WATSON, Barbara Ann; Strawberry WATSON, James L.; Maiden, Mo. WATSON, John E.; Monette WEAVER, Donald; Manila WEBB. Robert; Poplar Bluff. Mo. WEBSTER, Ernest R.; Jonesboro WEGERT. Dennis H.; Peru, Ind. WELCH, Brenda; Jonesboro WELLS, Dale T.; Detroit. Mich. WELLS, Pete; Osceola WELLS, Wayne Frank; Ash Flat WENHAM, Richard P.; Phoenix, Ariz. WERNER, David Marshal; Peru, Ind. WESSELL, Steve; Paragould WESSON, Sedric D.; Corning WEST, Bill; Des Arc WEST, Douglas Hascle; Jonesboro WHALIN, William M., Ill; Jacksonville WHITAKER, Joe; Harrisburg WHITE, Ellen; Jonesboro WHITED, Claude E.; Batesville WHITFIELD, David Max; Mt. View WHITFIELD, Gary; Steele, Mo. WILDY, Paul E.; Leachville WILES, Charles R.; Jonesboro WILKINS, Elizabeth A.; Sikeston, Mo. Juniors Class Of ' 66 WILKINSON, Jimmie; Rose Bud WILLETT, James R.; Jonesboro WILLETT, Mary Kathryn; Jonesboro WILLIAMS, Dwight A.; Jonesboro WILLIAMS, Joe Rayburn; Newport WILLIAMS, Karen Kaye; Paragould WILLIAMS, Kent M.; Paragould WILLIAMS, Mike; Paragould WILLIAMS, N. C; Brinkley WILLIAMS, Ralph N.; Campbell, Mo. WILLIAMS, Thomas Eddie; Beech Grove WILLIAMS, Virginia; Rector WILSON, Catherine Sue; Sikeston, Mo. WILSON, Don Gene; Pleasant Grove WILSON, Earl Eugene; Weiner WILSON, Velma Jean; Weiner WISDOM, Charles; Beebe WISEHART, Eleanor; Myrtle, Mo. WITTMAN, Jerry Wayne; Stuttgart WIXSON, Edwin; Fisher WOOD, Kathryn; Caraway WOOD, Kathy L.; Jonesboro WOOD, Riley Wendell; Pine Bluff WOOD, Roy L.; Viola WOOD, Troy Max; Salem WOODHAM, Carl; Cherry Valley WOODS. Don; Blytheville WOODS, Juanita; Brookland WOOLRIDGE, Billy J.; State College WORLOW, Jerry W.; Walnut Ridge WRIGHT, Larry G.; Paragould WYATT. Thad Winford; Springdale YOUNG, Boneta Faye; Bragg City. Mo. YOUNG, Jean; Texarkana YOUNG, Judy; Helena YOUNG, Penelope; Pyatt ZENGER, Richard C; Blytheville ZIEGENHORN, LEE; Earle ZUG. Margaret Ruth; Jonesboro Juniors Class Of ' 66 r ; V ±r BUSCH STADIUM— Members of the Marching Indians root for the Cardinals after their invitational performance early in the year. LAST-MINUTE CHECK— Director Minx spots small changes in formations prior to the St. Louis exhibition. 274 Education Is Everything You Do In College Genius is a gift of the Gods, but talent is our affair— or so goes the old saying. Whatever a person does, he can learn to do better through contact with other people and the healthy exchange of ideas which results from this contact. FEMALE ATHLETICS— Many coeds at A-State, both freshmen and upperclassmen, take part in women ' s intramurals. These participants are competing in the long jump during a track meet. THE LONG STRETCH— Letterman Walt Tomsic practices a tennis serve for a coming match. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY- Members of the Marching Indian Football Band (Right) step through new formations with di- rector Don Minx at the helm. Each member is constantly aware of how much importance is placed on his performing well. (Below), many groups, especial- ly the Student Government Asso- ciation, set up ticket booths as a sales boost for visiting perform- ers. 4 z 275 ABBOTT, Jan; Tuckerman ADAMS, Danny K.; Leachville ADKISSON, Ronnie; Guion AKERS, Tom; Searcy ALLISON, Jerry Robert; Jonesboro ALPE, Louis Anthony; Crawfordsville ANDERSON, Martha Jean; Jonesboro ANGLIN, Eloise; Marked Tree ARGUELLO, Gaston D.; Washington. D. C. ASTON, Era Dwight; Harrisburg BAGWILL, Lloyd, Jr.; Doniphan, Mo. BAILEY. Bill E.; Leachville BAILEY, Dottie; Paragould BAILEY, William N.; Pine Bluff BAKER, John D.; McCrory BAKER, Lloyd; Harrisburg BALDWIN, Rebecca A.; Hickory Ridge BALL, Larry; Koshkonong, Mo. BALL, Ray; N. Little Rock BALTZ, Mary C.; Pocahontas BARBER, Robert; Newport BARDWELL, Robert; Earle BARKER, William C; Maiden, Mo. BARKLEY, Robert Carl; Jonesboro BARKSDALE, Jim; Walnut Ridge BARNES, Jerry; Bay BARNES, Stanley; Walnut Ridge BARNETT, Douglas; Walnut Ridge BARNHILL, Carolyn; Paragould BARRETT, John M.; Pine Bluff BARRON, Robbie; Berryville BARTLETT, Mary Anne; Wynne BEACH, Bill; Leachville BEARD, Ginny; Clarendon BEASON, Sherry; Jonesboro Sophomores Class Of ' 67 BECKER, Martin M.; Jonesboro BELCHER. Marilyn; N. Little Rock BELL, Yola Z.; Jonesboro BENNETT, Frances Jean; Jonesboro BENNETT, Stanley; Wynne BENNETT, Steve E.; Caruthersville, Mo. BENSON, B. Steven; Stuttgart BENSON. Jeanne; Camden BERRY, Jim; Warren BERRY, Sandra; Kennett. Mo. BESEAU, Kathy; Grady BEST, Billy; Harrisburg BETHUNE, Cecil Lee; Bertrand, Mo. BICKFORD, Elizabeth; N. Little Rock BIGGERS, William T.; Tuckerman BINGHAM, David; Marked Tree BINGHAM, James E.; Marked Tree BINGHAM, Polly; Marked Tree BIRDSELL, Jackie; Nettleton BLACK, Diana; Jonesboro BLACKWOOD, Larry; Senath, Mo. BLADES, Kenneth; Parma, Mo. BLOUNT, Jerry; Paragould BOBBITT, Maxie; Mellwood BOLIN, Martha; Searcy BOLLINGER, Michael; Manila BORCHERT, Billy; Stuttgart BOWERS, Lenore; Jonesboro 276 jp p. p BOWLIN, Carolyn; Paraijould BOWLIN, Charles; Paragould BOWLIN. Lois Weldon; Paragould BRAGG, Jimmy; Lepanto BRANNON, Bill; Corning BRANNON, Connie; Lynn BRASHEARS, Bette; Corning BRIDGES. Jo Ann; Tyronza BRIDGES, Owen J., Black Oak BRIETZ, Charley E.; Harrisburg BROADWAY, Jerry; Bono BROWDER, Charles Mack; Osceola BROWN, Bobby; Searcy BROWN, Guy H.; Augusta BROWN, Janice Nadine; Lake City BROWN, Karen; Walcott BROWN, LaRaye; Hazelwood, Mo. BROWN, Leon; Jonesboro BROWNING. Bobby; N. Little Rock BRUCE, Beverly Ann; Bradford BRYCH, Thomas Edward; Bensenville. III. BRYANT, Billy; Monette BUCK, Gary C; Leachville BURKE, Jim; Cohocton. N. Y. BURKS, Mary Lee; Lake City BURNS, John Allen; DeWitt BURNS, Ralph Franklin; Yellville BURRIS, Doug; Jonesboro BURROW, John Lee; Mammoth Spring BUTLER, Jerry; Little Rock BYERS, John B.; Knobel BYRD, Pamela Anne; Jonesboro CADY, David; Pine Bluff CALVERT, Rodney G.; Blytheville CAMPBELL, Betsy F.; Jonesboro CAMPBELL, Juanita; Trumann CANEPA, John Mathew; Memphis, Tenn. CANNON, Charles C; Osceola CAPOZZI, Anthony J.; Geneva, N. Y. CAREY, Gracie; Heth CARGILL, Mike; Piggott CARNES, Barbara; Marianna CARR, James D.; Jonesboro CARR, Jimmy; Newport CARROLL, Danny; Senath, Mo. CARTER, Pat; Brinkley CASEY. William H.; Little Rock CASTLEBERRY, Larry Dwight; Warren CHAMBERS, Doyle G.; Nettleton CHANDLER. Judy; Tyronza CHAPPEL, Gary Max, Nettleton CHILCUTT, Jerry; Rector CHITWOOD, Sharon; Mountain Home CHRISMAN, Nancy; Jonesboro CHRISTIAN, Dale; Dexter. Mo. CHRONISTER, Ava; Walnut Ridge CLARK, Robert; Corning CLARK. Sherley J.; Marmaduke CLAYBROOK, Douglas E.; Paragould CLAYTON. Mary Ann; Trumann CLEMENTS, Kay; Lexa CLEMENTS. Sharon R.; Caraway CLEVELAND, Eddie; Delaplaine COFFMAN, Larry; Paragould COHEN, Ronald S.; Blytheville COLEMAN, Carol Beth; Dowdy COLEMAN. Neauman; Holly Grove COLLIER, George, Jr.; Paragould COLLIER, Lanna Fay; Caraway COLLINS, Janis; Weiner COLLINS, Patrick J.; Broadview, 111. CONNELLY, Bill; Blytheville COOK, Ben D.; Oil Trough COOK, Leon; Black Oak COOPER, Gene; Paragould COWART, Glenda; Clarkridge COX, Jim; Jonesboro COZART, Abby Gail; Paragould CRABB, Gerry; Helena CRAFTON, Michael; Paragould CRAIN, Gaylon; Rector CREASON, Julianne; Jonesboro CRIM, Jerry Eugene; Blytheville CHRISLER, Gail; Cash CROFFORD, Earl Monroe; Newport CRONK, Charles; Blytheville CRUCE, Kenneth L.; Lafe CRUCE, Marilyn L.; Benton CRUM, Doyle; Parkin CRYE, Harold Edward; Osceola CUDE, Mary K.; Black Rock CUNNINGHAM, Gerald; Trumann CUNNINGHAM, Teddy; Osceola DAVIS, Gary L.; Blytheville DAVIS, Loretta Ann; Jonesboro DAVIS, Pauline; Senath, Mo. DAVIS, Robert; Pocahontas DAVIS, Tommy, Jr.; Trumann DAVIS, William L.; Brinkley DAVISON, Ben; Marvell DAVISS, William C, Jr.; Stuttgart DAWSON, Charles Lee; Helena DAWSON, Neva Jewell; Paragould DEAN, Mike; Dexter, Mo. DEASON, Betty; Matthews, Mo. DEPRIEST, Larry; Imboden DICKSON, John; Jonesboro DOAK, Mary Janice; Lake City DOSS, Dexter; Wynne DOTY, Stephen E.; Pine Bluff DRAFFEN, Dallas; Cardwell, Mo. DUCKWORTH, Clarence B.; Jonesboro DUDLEY, Denver Leon; Jonesboro DUFF, John W., Jr.; Knobel DUFFEL, Larry; Nettleton DUNMAN, Kenny; Lake City DUNN, Jimmy D.; Nettleton EARLS, Linda; Bay EASTERWOOD, Betty; Corning EDGAR, Larry E.; Jonesboro EDINGTON, Bill; Corning EDWARDS, Terry P.; Monette EIFF, William C, Jr.; Osceola ELDER, Vilas H., Jr.; Piggott ELDRIDGE, Jerry; Swifton ELLEDGE, Paul W.; Jonesboro ELLIS, Donna Kay; Tyronza EMISON, Joyce Ann; Black Oak ENGLAND, Edward L.; Paragould ENGRAM, Jan; Vanduser, Mo. ETOCH, Jean Elizabeth; Helena ETTER, Bill Dean; Jonesboro ETZKORN, Marty; Hot Springs EVERETT, Roger D.; Mammoth Spring FARABEE, Ernest C; Jonesboro FARR, Lynn; Corning FAUGHT, Sammy; Jonesboro FAULK, Brenda Bateman; Paragould FAULK, Danny; Lake City FAULKNER, Connie; Jonesboro iC - gr jS - 278 A p ft V, P P ft A ; 1 l i X ■ 1 k lit o i FELTS, Jennie Erie; Joiner FERRANTE, William; Astoria, N.Y. FETSCH, M. Del Rey; Jonesboro FIELDER. Rocky; Rector FILES, Donna; Manila FINCHER, Ronald I ; Marion MSHER, Jan; Jonesboro FITZHUGH, Eddie Elton; DeWitt FLANNICi AN, Rebekah; Monette FLETCHER, Tony W.; Osceola FLORING, Phil; Bensenville, III. FLORY, Roger R.; Reading, Pa. FLOWERS, James W.; Pine Bluff FLOYD, Elmer; Wilson FLYE, Joe Alan; Paragould FOGLE, Diane; Jonesboro FORD, Johnnie Ellen; Marked Tree FORTENBERRY, John H.; Harrisburg FOSTER, Gail; Jonesboro FOWLER. James; Jonesboro FRALEY. Charles W.; Marked Tree FRAZIER, Elbert J.; Jonesboro FRAZIER, William F.; Pine Bluff FREEMAN, Lynda; Hunter FREEMAN, Wanda; Doniphan, Mo. FRENCH, Larry H.; Hickory Ridge FREPPON, Lloyd T.; Bald Knob FRY, Patti; Lake City GAGNON, Anne; Jonesboro GALYON, Robert L.; Ellisville, Mo. GAMBILL. Harry; Piggott GANKIEWICZ, Steve; East Meadow, N. Y. GADIN. Robert J.; Oceanside. N. Y. GARDNER, Lucinda; Jonesboro GARDNER, Sidney Marks; Wynne Sophomores Class Of ' 67 GARNER, Terry; Jonesboro GARRETT, Jacky; Blytheville GATLIN. Ronald; Paragould GEORGE, Danny; Osceola GILLENTINE. Jimmy R.; Osceola GLENN. Sherry Linn; Jonesboro GLOVER. Pat; Pine Bluff GOAD, Jim; Jonesboro GOAD, William; Bradford GOIN, James; Bay GOLDEN, Richard E.; Blytheville GOODIN, Patricia; Bald Knob GOODMAN, Lowell; Walnut Ridge GOODRICH. Curtis; Bragg City, Mo. GOODYEAR, Edward, Jr.; Newport GORDON, Richard Dale; Jonesboro GOSSETT, Daniel M.; Piggott GOULD, Robert B.; Hayti, Mo. GRAVES, Marrietta; Blytheville GRAVES, Tommy Allen; Almyra GREEN. Carolyn Sue; Oil Trough GREEN. James W.; Blytheville GREEN. Jo Ann; Cardwell, Mo. GREENE, Lana; Blytheville GREEN, Nancy R.; Pine Bluff GREGORY, Byron J.; Rector GRIFFIN, Gene; Colt GRIFFIN, Jim: Hughes f ' P r? Aft til ftp PC 279 r Pi id 4 lit A lfc GRIGSBY, J. R.; Blytheville GULLIA, Emil Mario; Jonesboro GUTHRIE, James L.; McCrory HAAG, Gary Don; Jonesboro HAIZLIP, Susan; Parkin HALE, Madeleine; Jonesboro HALL, Bobby; Black Rock HALL, Lonnie C; St. James HALL, Ronnie O.; Mountain Home HALSELL, Diane; Blytheville HAMIL, Joe Richard; Paragould HAMILTON, Ed; Marked Tree HAMMELL, Diane; Jonesboro HANEY, Carolyn; Mammoth Spring HANSHAW, Annette; Little Rock HARBER, Eddy; Blytheville HAROLD, Janet; Corning HARRELL, Jan; Earle HARRELL. Jimmy; Pine Bluff HARRIS, Danny; Earle HARRIS, Joan; Jonesboro HARRIS, Ronald E.; Manila HARRISON, Bob; Nettleton HARRISON, Gaylon; Bay HARTSFIELD, Ken; Osceola HASSIN, Guido; Hot Springs HATCHER, Benny F.; Pine Bluff HAYNES, Larry; Hornersville, Mo. HAYNES, Woody W.. Jr.; Jonesboro HEIMSOTH, Al, Jr.; Bensenville. III. HENDRIX, William M.; Jonesboro HENRY, Connie; Jonesboro HENSON, Ronnie; Louisville, Ky. HERRING, Herril; Delaplaine HEUER, Joe; Cape Girardeau, Mo. Sophomores Class Of ' 67 HICKS, John W.; Harrisburg HIGGINS. Clarence, Jr.; Jonesboro HILL, Ben E.; Osceola HILL, John Mike; Batesville HODGES, Jerry Johnston; Jonesboro HOESSLI, William R ; Salem, Mo. HOFFMAN, Jeanie; Little Rock HOFFMAN, Kathy; Jonesboro HOLCOMB, Bill W.; Luxora HOLDEN, Catherine; Jonesboro HOLDER, Robert L.; Kennett, Mo. HOLLIS, Jack E.; West Memphis HOLMES, Jimmy; Searcy HOLT, Clara Jean; Jonesboro HOUSTON, Arthur Mitchell; Jonesboro HOOD, Bettye; Pine Bluff HOOPER, Andy; Jonesboro HOPKINS, Thomas N.; Pine Bluff HOPPER, Betty; Jonesboro HOSKINS, Paulette; Leachville HOWARD, Sari; Piggott HOWE, Ruth Ann; Lambrook HOWELL, Samuel Ernest; Jonesboro HOWELL, Sue; Wynne HOXWORTH. Bob; Poplar Bluff, Mo. HUDDLESTON, Judy; Calamine HUDGINGS, Karen K ; Blytheville HUMPHRIES, Larry T.; Glencoe 280 1 t JP P © Pr v . HUN T, Gale; West Plains, Mo. HUNT, Jerry L.; Summerville, Mo. HUNTER, Cynthia; Poplar Bluff, Mo. JACKSON. Ann; Marianna JACKSON, Don; Kennett, Mo. JACKSON, Travis M.; Forrest City JACOBS, Wayne Harrison; Wilson JAMES. Renee; Jonesboro JEFFERSON, Truman; Yellville JENKINS, Larry; Marmaduke JEROME, Vaughn; Blytheville JOHNSON, Jerry; Widener JOHNSON. Eannes Neal; Helena JOHNSON, Michael; Caraway JOHNSON, Sue; Eordson JONES, Nancy; Lepanto JONES, Steve; Imboden JOSLIN, Freddie L.; Steele, Mo. KEEDY. Bill; Newport KEENER. Billy E.; Dell KEENEY. Jerry D.; Jonesboro KE1THLEY. Lance; Rockaway Beach, Mo. KELLER, L. B.; Jonesboro KENNEDY. George Owen; Dowdy KERR, Eldon; Monette K1LDOW. Lawrence; Black Rock KILDOW. Richard; Ravenden Springs KING, Diane; Jonesboro KING. Michael; Jonesboro KING, Richard Jill; Blytheville KLUGE, Peter; Jonesboro KNIGHT, Janie; Steele. Mo. KNOTT, George B.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa KNOWLTON. Van; Jonesboro KOCH. Bob; Stuttgart KOSLOWSKI. Mark; Bensenville, III. 111 . KRUSE, Charles; Dexter, Mo. LAIRD, Curtis E.; Trumann LAMB, Harold; Jonesboro LAMMERS, Donna; Jonesboro LANCASTER. Ernest; Bensenville. III. LANDS. Sharon; Paragould LANGFORD, Sharon; Hot Springs LANGLEY. Mary Ann; Blytheville LANGSTON. Jackie; Lake City LANSDALE, Jeff; Maitland, Fla. LARSEN, B. J.; Pine Bluff LASETER. Michael D.; Sikeston, Mo. LAY, William Carl, Jr.; Blytheville LENTZ, Alan M.; Jonesboro LEWIS, Barbara; Jonesboro LEWIS, Freddie; Jonesboro LIGHT, Anita; Dumas 1 I M BERT, Edward; Weiner LINN, Leatho D., Jr.: Walnut Ridge LOGAN. Patsy; Leachville LONG, Danny Joe; Newport LOVELL, Larry Glen; Earle LUCAS, Marietta Ann: Blytheville LUNDMARK. Allan Charles; Little Rock MABREY. Marilyn Sue; Jonesboro MADDEN. Paul Brooks; Stuttgart MAJEWSKI. Jeanette; Pine Bluff MANION. Charles R.; Marion MANLEY. Mildred; Senath. Mo. MANN. Joyce E.; Cherry Valley MANNING. Sandra Lee; Blytheville MARSHALL, Jerry; Thibodaux, La. MARTIN, David; Cave City MASON. Gary Glen; Leachville 281 MASON, Hal; Brinkley MASON, Ronald Lee; Hoxie MASTERS, Larry J.; Leachville MATHIS, Jo Ann; Paragould MATLOCK, Pam; Pine Bluff MATTHEWS, Bill; Jonesboro MAXWELL, Sharon; N. Little Rock MEDLIN, Larry; St. Louis, Mo. MERRELL, Jerry; Hayti, Mo. MERRITT, James H.; Searcy METHENY, Sonja Ann; Leachville MEYERS, Louis E.; Little Rock MICHAEL, Bill; Brooklyn, N.Y. MILLER, Bruce Edward; Joiner MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER, MILLER. MILLER, MILNER Earnest D.; Marked Tree Jimmy; Newport Margaret J.; Campbell, Mo. Oneida H.; State College Truman G.; Newport Wyman; Paragould Linda; Jonesboro MING, Emma Lou; Marked Tree MINOR, Walter Lee; Jonesboro MITCHELL, James B.; Pine Bluff MITCHELL, Jim; Little Rock MONTAGUE, Judith; Augusta MOORE, Bob; Little Rock MOORE, James Rex.; Tulsa, Okla. MOORE, Marguerite; Black Rock MOORE, Neal; Jonesboro MOORE, Truman, Jr.; Success MORGAN, Ken; Colt MORRIS, David E.; Luxora MORRIS, Pat; Batesville MORRISON, Danny; Bay MORROW, George; Poplar Bluff, Mo. MOSER, Sherry L.; Senath, Mo. MOSLEY, Paula Claire; Blytheville MUGGE, Paul; Denver, Colo. MYERS, Steve; Piggott MCCARTNEY, Ann; Newport MCCLANAHAN, Mack; Blytheville MCCOLLUM, John Fred; Stuttgart MCCORD, Patricia; Monette MCDANIEL, Larry; Paragould MCDONALD, Carletta; Marmaduke MCFARLIN, Elton Ray; Piggott MCFARLIN, James E.; Lake City MCGRUDER, Robert; Harviell, Mo. MCINTOSH, Jerry; Rector MCNEELY, Vesta; Marion MCNUTT, William; Walnut Ridge MCPHEETERS, Hal; Poplar Bluff, Mo. MCSPADDEN, Mickey G.; Batesville NAGEL, Allan; Tuckerman NAMOUR. Kelly; Helena NEAL, Martha Ann; Jonesboro NELSON, Bob; Rector NELSON, Don; Blytheville NELSON, Wanda Faye; Blytheville NELSON, William M., Jr.; Earle NEUGEBAUER, Kenneth; Harrisburg NEVENER, John, III; Pine Bluff NEWMAN, Gerald Wayne; Crumrod NEWSOM, Dennis; Ravenden NEWSOM. John C; Cardwell, Mo. NICHOLSON, Joel D.; Brinkley NORRIS, David; El Dorado NORSWORTHY, Jimmie D.; Pine Bluff OCKERT. Roy, Jr.; Hot Springs 282 ODOM, Carrell F.; Weldon ODOM, Julius D.; Tupelo ODOM, Louise; Bytheville OI.INGER, Nancy Ann; Peru, Ind. OWENS, Betty Ruth; Lake City PACE, Joe E.; Pocahontas PACE, Trudy Ann; Shawnee PARSONS, Jill Brewer; Leachville PATRICK, Sandy; Blytheville PATTERSON, Janice; McHue PAYNE, Kenneth; Jonesboro PAYNE, Norma Jean; Jonesboro PEARSON, Rickey D.; Judsonia PEEBLES, Syd; Smithville PELTS, Patsy; Kennett, Mo. PENTER, Charles H.; Jonesboro PERKINS, William S.; Koshkonong. Mo. PHILHOURS, Jimmy; Leachville PHILLIPS, Anita; Rector PICKNEY, Joe; Hoxie PIERCE, Billy L.; Desha PINKSTON, Donna Fay; Trumann PIPKENS, Ronald; Greenway PIPPINGER, Danny; Harrisburg PLUMMER, Betty; Jonesboro POE, Jim; Pocahontas PORTER, John Bill; Osceola POWELL, Carolyn; Jonesboro POWELL, Ronald; West Memphis POWER, Thomas; Beadley, 111. PRICE, Charles; Wilson PROSS, Terry; Blytheville PROVENCE, Annabelle Smith; Tuckerman PROVENCE. Bill; Tuckerman PRUITT, Bob; Little Rock Sophomores Class Of ' 67 PRUITT, Eddie; Searcy PRUITT, Jimmy R.; Jonesboro PURCELL, Don; Paragould PURYEAR, Steve H.; West Memphis RABORN, Jerry M.; Carlisle RAINS, Kathleen; Jonesboro RASCO, Janie; DeWitt READ, Bryce; McDougal REAGAN, Ronald A.; Leachville REASONS, Frances Annette; Jonesboro REDDICK, Eddie R.; Rector REDDMANN, Larry E.; Weiner REED, Sharyn Sue; Dalton REED, Wynnbourn; Paragould REMLEY, Joseph; Marvell RICE, Carol; Searcy RICHARDSON, Danny; Cardwell, Mo. RIGGAN, Harold, Jr.; Corning RINEY, Samuel; Lepanto RITCHEY, Richard K.; Blytheville ROBBINS, Donna; Parkin ROBERTS, Bobby L.; West Helena ROBERTS, Danny; Newport ROBERTS, Dennis; Largo, Fla. ROBERTS, Melburn G.; Paragould ROBERTSON, Charles Dennis; Rector ROBERTSON, Katie; Black Rock ROBINSON, Gary Don; Paragould ROBINSON, Janice; Poplar Bluff, Mo. ROBINSON, Kaye; Paragould ROBINSON, Wade Phillip; Blytheville ROGERS, Jerry Lee; Stuttgart ROGERS, Scharlene; Wheator ROGERS, Sharon; Pine Bluff ROTH, Richard; Stuttgart ROWTON, Anthony J.; Rector RUMKER. Bill; Pine Bluff RUSSELL, Imogene Cooper; Hardy RUSSELL, James A., Jr.; Jonesboro RUSSELL, Robert; Memphis, Tenn. RUSSOM, Eddie; Paragould RUST, Heather; Hot Springs RUTLEDGE, Rendal G.; Pocahontas SALIBA, Sandra Kay; Blytheville SANDERS, Ralph D.; Fisher SANTIE, Phil; Maiden, Mo. SCARBROUGH, Ann; Marked Tree SCHISLER. Leslie; Poplar Bluff, Mo. SCHNEE, Ronald; New Port Richey, Fla. SCHOENBORN, Don W.; Jonesboro SCOTT, Theresa Yvonne; Bono SEATS, Jerry; Jonesboro SEAY, Janie; Rector SEYMOUR, Reynolds J.; Little Rock SHANNON. Judith; Little Rock SHAW, Mary Blair; W. Memphis SHELTON, Hilda; Jonesboro SHELTON, Jerry W.; Jonesboro SHELTON. M. H., Jr.; Swifton SHIRLEY, Boyd G.; Oil Trough SHORT, Gary Wayne; Paragould SIMS, Howard H.; W. Memphis SKYRME, Charles; Tuckerman Sophomores Class Of ' 67 SLAUGHTER, Eddie; Wheatley SLOAN, Larry; Jonesboro SMITH, Barbara; Peach Orchard SMITH, Everett; Manila SMITH, Gary Robert; W. Helena SMITH, John Allen; Jonesboro SMITH, John Lee; Stuttgart SMITH, Leedell; Paragould SMITH, Linda A.; Ravenden Springs SMOOT, Susan; Marmaduke SMOTHERMAN, Ronnie M.; Newport SNEED, Joel W.; Walnut Ridge SORRELLS, Judith; W. Memphis SOUTHARD, Carolyn; Salem SPEARS, N. W., Jr.; Lepanto SPENCE, Gary F.; Gary, Ind. SPENCE, Jimmy; Marianna SPENCER, Donald W.; Wynne SPENCER, Jerald; Harrisburg SPENCER, Thomas; Cherokee Village SPRINGLE, Franklin; Nettleton STAIRS, Jerry L.; Paragould STANLEY. Eddie J.; Maiden, Mo. STAUDT, Barbara; Jonesboro STEELE, Keith; Jonesboro STEINSIEK, Betty; Jonesboro STEPHEN, Ronald; Marmaduke STEPHENS. Joy; Trumann LLL L STEWART, Art; Parkin STEWART, Louise; Flippin STEWART, Revis G.; Monette STEWART, Sue; Piggott STICKFORD, Mary D.; Batesville STILES, Richard L.; Blytheville STOKES, Luther; Maiden, Mo. STRATTON, Linda Fay; Osceola SUDDARTH, Louann; Pine Bluff SULLIVAN, Larry; Stuttgart SULLIVAN, Maurice, Jr.; Smithville SUMPTER, David; Earle SUMPTER. Linda; Reiser SWARD, Norman E.; Stuttgart SWEET, Walter; Forrest City TALBURT, John R.; Batesville TAYLOR, David Wayne; Marvell TAYLOR, Jean Sample; Walnut Ridge TAYLOR, Shirley; Alicia TERRELL, Happel; Batesville TERRELL, Jeanne R.; Jonesboro TERRELL, Terry; Jonesboro THAXTON, Janet; Jonesboro THOMAS, David; Caraway THOMAS, James M., Ill; McCrory THOMAS, Nancy; St. Louis, Mo. THOMAS, Richard E.; Jonesboro THOMAS, Robert A.; Walnut Ridge THOMAS, Roy Lee; Black Oak THOMPSON, Gaylin; Doniphan, Mo. THOMPSON, Philip; Wynne THORNTON, Valerie; Hayti, Mo. THROESCH, Larry G.; Pocahontas TINSLEY, Mary K.; Hoxie TOLER, Charles; Newport TOMLINSON, Alfred L.; Jonesboro TOWNSEND, Dennis; Blytheville TRIBBLE, Jack; Houston, Texas TRIPLETT, Ronnie; Bloomfield, Mo. TURNBOW, Ann; Minturn TURNER, Nina; Rector TURNEY, Roger D.; Jonesboro TYNER, Diana; Walcott TYNER, Lee; Jonesboro ULMER, Jim; Biggers UPCHURCH, Carolyn Henry; Victoria URTON, Victoria Ann; Jonesboro VALDEZ, Don; Memphis, Tenn. VAN PATTEN, Irvin; Searcy VASSAR, Patricia; Manila VAUGHN, Reta Louise; Cherry Valley VEASMAN, Allen; Osceola VINCENT, Francis Ellen; Rector VINCENT, Logan W.; Cotton Plant VOSS, Carol Barbara; West Memphis VOWELL, Jackie; Blytheville VOWELL, Jerry Lee; Jonesboro WAGGONER, Bill; Blytheville WALDRIP, William L.; Moro WALKER, Robert; Wynne WALLACE, H. C; Lepanto WALLACE, Ronny; Bald Knob WALLIN, Steve; Wynne WALLING, James; Salem WALLS, Judy; Kennett. Mo. WALPOLE, Limual J.; Kennett, Mo. WARD, Monte Kay; Paragould WARREN, Sandy; Carlisle WASHAM, Charles; Mammoth Spring W ATKINS, Faye; Lake City 285 WATKINS, Rex Edward; Jonesboro W ATKINS, Jan; Jonesboro WATSON, Larry; Paragould WATSON, Virginia; Jonesboro WEBB, Curtiss; Jacksonville WEBER, Richard; Jonesboro WEBSTER, Warren H.; Valley View WELLS, Bill; El Dorado WELLS, Michael; Cardwell, Mo. WELCH, Jack R.; Poplar Bluff, Mo. WHEELER, Warren; Elaine WHITAKER, Charles L.; Osceola WHITE, Charles Glen; Bloomfield, Mo. WHITE, Charles L.; Bloomfield, Mo WHITE, Robert Arley; Jonesboro WHITING, Ellen Darr; Forrest City WHITMIRE, Ronald V.; Strawberry WHITNEY, Judith A.; Paragould WHITT, Don; Hickory Ridge WHITT, V. J.; Trumann WICKER, Terry; Blytheville WILBANKS, Kay; Hayti, Mo. WILBURN, Brenda Rose; Matthews, Mo. WILKIE, Thomas W., Ill; Forrest City WILKINS, Gary Lee; Trumann WILLETT, Bonnie; Jonesboro WILLHITE, Larry; Brinkley WILLIAMS, Carolyn; Paragould WILLIAMS, Edward Irving; Morrilton WILLIAMS, Eloise; Clarkdale WILLIAMS, Gordon A., Jr.; Trumann WILLIAMS, Kay; Jonesboro WILLIAMSON, Joan Marie; Newport WILSON, Billy E.; Trumann WILSON, Carolyn Sue; Smithville Sophomores Class Of ' 67 WILSON, Dennis D.; Senath, Mo. WILSON, Mignonne; Pocahontas WINFORD, Benny; Birmingham, Ala WINKLES, Ronald Paul; Swifton WONG, Ted " Monty; " Holly Grove WOOD, Barry Earl; Trumann WOOD, Diane Hunter; Sulphur Rock WOOD, Erma Harber; Viola WOOD, June; Pine Bluff WORTHAM, Howard L.; M anila WORTHAM, Pat; Cash WORTHEN, Ronnie L.; Walnut Ridge WRIGHT, Gary L.; Paragould WYATT, Linda; Jonesboro WYLLIE, Kathleen Joedi; Pocahontas YANTIS, Donna; Poplar Bluff, Mo. YOUNG, David; Heth YOUNG, John Hemba; Rector YOUNG, P«te; Helena YOUNGER, Elvie; Alley Spring, Mo. ZIMMERMAN, Marvin; El Dorado fc into ' " 286 ' A Panorama ' A fascinating game of new things to do, new people, fresh ideas— Arkansas State in the Fall. Yours is the choice to work, play, watch or meditate. High tension and sports fever, especially in the fall of the year causes many to speak of A-State as a vast panorama of activity. Obviously, these students have discovered the other side of college education. Students pictured here throw themselves into the Homecoming spectacle by planning displays, as well as participating in the actual game activities. Others simply use this season to relax and take a breather from the grind of the first nine weeks, or plan activities which hit at a lightning-fast pace toward the end of the semester. 287 ADAMS, Don: McCrory ADAMS, Frances Ann; Hughes ADAMS, George Rowland; DeWitt ADAMS, Larry; Paragould ADAMS. Suellen; Maiden, Mo. ADDISON. Brenda M.; Pine Bluff ADKISSON, Nancy Ann; Blytheville ADMIRE. Christine; Panama City, Fla. AGEE, Helen L.; Poughkeepsie AKEL, Abe, Jr.; Brinkley AKIN, Benny; Heth AKIN. Jim; Heth ALEXANDER. Charles; El Dorado ALEXANDER. Elizabeth A.; Carlisle ALLEN, Jim; Trumann ALLISON. Johnny Warn; Jonesboro ALLRED, Jerry; Nettleton ALUMBAUGH, Larry; Lake City ANDERSON, Jerry D.; Paragould ARNN, Nancy; Sidney ARNOLD, James Galen; Mt. Home ARRINGTON, Garland; Jonesboro ASHCRAFT, Gene; Lepanto ASHLEY, John Robert; Monette ASHLEY, Tommy; Newport ATCHISON, Shirley Ann; Jonesboro ATKI NS, Joe Lynn; Blytheville AVANT, Terry; North Little Rock BAILEY. Carolyn; Clarkton, Mo. BAKER, Robert J.; Sage BALCH. Virginia Rhea; Balch BALL, Tommy; Blytheville BALLARD, Gary; Walnut Ridge BALLARD, Jerry Lee; Pocahontas BARBER, Tommy J.; Nettleton Freshmen Class Of ' 68 BARDWELL. Carolyn; Earle BARNER. Donna Faye; Marmaduke BARNES. Judy Kay; Jonesboro BARNES. Marvin Lewis; Bassett BARNETT. Fred Harold; Jonesboro BARTHOLOMEW. Barbara G.; Blytheville BASER, Robert Earl; Stuttgart BASTER, Janice Marie; Osceola BATEMAN. Bette; Blytheville BATES. Terry; Cave City BATEY, Norman; Paragould BATTEN. D. Karen; Paragould BATTLES, Duane; Poplar Bluff, Mo. BAUGH. E. E.. " Mack; " Heth BAUSCHER. John; Wilmington. Del. BAXTER. Bob; Magness BEAL, Jerry; Rector BEARDEN. Roy Don; Senath, Mo. BEARDEN, Shelia; Leachville BEAZLEY. Ralph Edward; Forrest City BEBOUT, Gerald W.; Blytheville BECKER. Daniel; Jonesboro BECKER, Ellen Marie; Jonesboro BELKMANN, Ronald Joseph; Batesville BEEBE, Mike; Newport BEENE, Judy Ann; Osceola BEENE, Patricia; Hughes BELANGER. Linda; Pine Bluff I. ££ BELL, Danny E.; Arbyrd, Mo. BELI.AH. Teddy; Hoxie BENCAL, Kenneth; Bethpage, N. Y. BENNETT. Julie; Newark BENNETT, Martha; Joneshoro BENSON, Charles E.; Stuttgart BENTLEY, Carolyn Sue; Gideon, Mo. BERGY, William E.; So. Dayton, N. Y. BERRY, Bill; Jonesboro BERRY, Donna L; Marked Tree BERRY. Larry; Higginson BERRY, Robert M.; Jonesboro BERRYHILL, Wade; Monette BIGGS, Lee A.; Searcy BISHOP. Richard T.; Jonesboro BLACK, Richard Kelly; Paragould BLACKLIDGE, Robert L.; G ' ville, Miss. BLACKWOOD, Gary W.; Senath, Mo. BLADES, Joe; Campbell, Mo. BLAKE, Alvis; Cherry Valley BLANKENSHIP, Robert M.; Monette BLAYLOCK, Sharon L.; Campbell, Mo. BLEDSOE, Bonnie; Wynne BLEVINS, Marin. Jr.; O ' Fallon, Mo. BLEVINS, Myra; Jonesboro BLOCK, Vernon; Weiner BOECKMANN, Joe; Wynne BOERNECKE, Don; Jacksonville BONE, Doris Ann; Jonesboro BONNER, Gilbert; Blackton BOOK, Diana; Jonesboro BOOKER, Rockey D.; Blytheville BOOTH, Orville D.; Black Oak BOSTER, Walter E.; Doniphan, Mo. BOUTWELL, Lloyd J.; Springfield, Mo. BOWEN. Allen; Tuckerman BOYD, Charles H.; Manila BOYD, Joy; Paragould BOYLE, Steve; Bernie, Mo. BRACKETT, Seth Wade; Concord BRADFORD, Edward L.; Blytheville BRADFORD. Steve; Blytheville AFB BRADSHAW, Garry R.; Marianna BRAGG, Lynda L.; Ravenden Springs BRANSCUM, Dean; Ash Flat BRANUM, Tommy Nelson; Manila BRASFIELD, James L.; West Memphis BRASHER, Tommy R.; El Dorado BRATTON, Bob; Paragould BREITHAUPT, Linda; Midland Park, N.Y. BREWER, Joe; Jonesboro BREWER, Eddie; Rector BREWER, James; Caraway BREWER, Sue; Sidney BRIDGES, Carolyn; Black Rock BRIDGES. Wilford; Monette BRIDGMAN, Gary W.; Batesville BRITTEN, Gary Lee; Batesville BROADWAY, Linda; Bono BROGDEN, Jerry; Jonesboro BROTHERS. Johnny; Blytheville BROWN, Carol Jane; Jonesboro BROWN, James Freddie; Datto BROWN, James H.; Bloomfield, Mo. BROWN, James Henry; Augusta BROWN, Janet Kay; Wynne BROWN, Jerry Ray; Wynne BROWN, Marilyn; Jacksonville BROWN, Michael; Newport BROWN, Paul Garry; Monette 289 BROWN, Roberta; Blytheville BROWNING, Judson; Judsonia BROWNLEE, Jerry; Joiner BROWNLEE, Melvin; Dell BUFFINGTON, Alice; Pine Bluff BUHRMESTER, Dorothy; Jonesboro BULL, Herbert Dennis; Stuttgart BUNYARD, Darcy; Rogers BURCHAM. Barbara; Blytheville BURGE, Billy G.; Floral BURK, Mike; Jonesboro BURKS, Betty Carol; Blytheville BURKS, Larry; Jonesboro BURNS, Robert L.; Searcy BURNSIDE, Wendell; Lake City BURRESS, Bob; Moro BURRIS, Jimmie; Egypt BURROW, Patricia Rhea; Bay BURROWS, Fred G.; Forrest City BURSON, Connie Sue; Elaine BUSBY, Jeanne; Rector BUSBY, Lynn; Thida BUTCHER, Chuck; Cotton Plant BUTLER, Dawn; Pangburn BUZBEE, Cheryl Kaye; Jonesboro BYERS, George W.; Marked Tree BYERS, Jimmy; DeWitt CALAWAY, Walter Nathaniel, Jr.; Marianna CALDWELL, Harry W.; Jonesboro CALDWELL, T. Frank; Bay CALLAHAN. Billy Paul; Black Rock CALLAHAN, Harry Bruce; Danville, 111. CALLAWAY, Jim; Little Rock CAMERON, Mike; Jonesboro CAMP, James Edward; Stuttgart CAMPBELL, Jean; Little Rock CAMPBELL, Sharon; Jacksonville CANNON, Tony; Senath, Mo. CAREY, Randall; Heth CAREY, Susan Jonna; Black Rock CARIACO, Tony; Corning CARMEN, Shirley; Piggott CARNAHAN. Michael L.; Stuttgart CARPENTER, Alan; Piggott CARR, Paul Duane; Jonesboro CARROLL. Jeffrey W.: Sayville, N. Y. CARSON. Jackie Dee; Little Rock CARSON, Jimmie Ray; Jonesboro CARTER. Jim; Blytheville CARTER, Johnny; Piedmont, Mo. CARTER, Kay; Satellite Beach, Fla. CARTER. Marcia; Nettleton CARTER, Sarah Elizabeth, Steel, Mo. CARTILLAR, Judy; Hickory Ridge CASHION, Judy; Jonesboro CATES, Carolyn; Lepanto CATT. Shirley Sue; Knobel CECIL, Ronnie S.; Bassett CHADWICK, Brenda K.; Valley View CHALIGOJ, Dennis F.; Doniphan, Mo. CHAMBERS, Joseph Lee; Jonesboro CHAMPION, Diane; Blytheville CHANDLER, Mike; Cotton Plant CHANEY, Connie; Poplar Bluff, Mo. CHEEK, Michael; Crawfordsville CHERRY, Robert Edward; Jonesboro CHESHIER, Paula Jean; Nettleton CHILDERS, David; Jonesboro CHILDS, Linda; Lexa CHISM, James Harold. Jr.; Gideon, 290 ( " IIITWOOD. Patsy Ann; Mountain View C MRIS( :0, Dennis; Black Oak CHRISTAIN, Susan G.; Hornersville. Mo. CISSELL, Carl E.; Bassett ( I A ROY, Jimmy; Rector CI ARK, Alan; Corning ( I ARK, Jimmy H.; Forrest City CI. ARK, Larry Don; Jonesboro CLARK, Lloyd W., Jr.; Alicia CLARK, Michael W.; Monette CLARK, Rita; Weiner CLARK, Ronald H.; Trumann CLAYTON. James D.; Rector CLAYTON, N. Sue; Clarendon CLEM, James L., Jr.; Harrisburg CLEMENT, Ronald; Lonoke CLEMENTS, Danny M.; Cherry Valley CLIFFORD, Mike; Campbell, Mo. CLIFFT, Dave; Paragould CLINE, Janice; Yellville COBB, Bradford E., Jr.; Osceola COCHRAN, Connie; Jonesboro COCKMAN, Larry D.; Myrtle, Mo. COCO, Nina Janet; Jonesboro COFFMAN, Donald Ray; Brinkley COHEN, Stephen R.; Blytheville COLE, Carl Lemuel; Jonesboro COLE, Eumeca Joy; Corning COLE, Gerold Wade; Harrisburg COLE, Millie Sue; Paragould COLE, Nancy Ann; Williford COLE, Ronald Lloyd; Paragould COLEMAN, Andy L.; West Memphis COLES, Mike; Augusta COLLIER, Lou Anne; Harrisburg Freshmen Class Of ' 68 COLLINS, Judy Ann; Jonesboro CONNALLY. Clem; Trumann CONNER. Lynn D.; Risco, Mo. CONNER, Danny Eugene; Tichnor COOMER, J. C; Bono COOP, Jack; Hope COOPER, Jackie; Marmaduke COPELAND, Kathy; Marvell CORBETT, Ronnie P.; Walnut Ridge CORMIER, Sister M. Renee; Jonesboro CORVIN. Michael O.; Helena COUCH, Tommy Lynn; Cherry Valley COURTNEY, Harry S.; West Memphis COVEY, Donald; Leachville COVEY, Raymon E.; Sedgwick COWLES, Robert Parker; Jonesboro COX, Penelopy R.; Marianna COY, Brenda; Jonesboro CRAFT, Bill; Marked Tree CRAFT, Shirley Jean; Rector CRAFTON, Shirley; Corning CRAFTON, Sue; Fayette, Iowa CRAGG, Sandra K.; Trumann CRAIG, Homer; Etowah CRAIL, Frank, Jr.; Cardwell, Mo. CRAIN, Clifton G.; Piggott CRAINE, Jerry Ray; Manila CRANE, Gary; Dexter, Mo. 291 CRAWFORD, Marguerite; Tuckerman CRAWLEY, Carolyn; Forrest City CREWS, Demetra; Jonesboro CREWS, Michael; Du Quoin, III. CRICK, Alson; Lepanto CRISLER, Bill; Pangburn CRISS, Dwight, Jr.; Trumann CRITES, Gregory J.; Harviell, Mo. CROFT, Paulette; Jonesboro CROSS, Angela; Paragould CROW, Don; Knobel CROW, Mark; Rector CROWSON, Willard Harley; Trumann CRUCE, Stanley Keith; Lafe CRUCE, Tom; Hadley, Mich. CRUMBY, Alton; Elaine CUNNINGHAM, Claudia; Paragould CUNNINGHAM, Jim; Paragould CUPPLES, Gary Curtis; Marion CURRY, Robert Dale; Pine Bluff DALE, Ronald; Fisher DAROUSE, Dickey; Jonesboro DAUGHERTY, James D.; Jonesboro DAUGHERTY, Johnny; Lexa DAVIDSON, Billie; Jonesboro DAVIS, Carmen Ann; Brinkley DAVIS, Cheri Lynn; Fort Wayne, Ind. DAVIS, Donnie Ray; Maynard DAVIS, Harold R., Jr.; Ravenden DAVIS, James A.; Pine Bluff DAVIS, Jana Lee; Blytheville DAVIS, Loyd D.; N. Little Rock DAVIS, Melvin; Leachville DAVIS, Patrick L.; Pocahontas DAVIS, Robert E.; Corning Freshmen Class Of ' 68 DAVIS, Terry L.; Jonesboro DAVIS, Tommy Lynn; Manila DAWSON, David; Osceola DEBRUCE, Linda; Jonesboro DEESE, Mackie Ray; Wynne DEETER, Van; Lynn DENIRO, Tony; West Helena DENMAN, Allison D.; Stuttgart DENT. Ronnie; Jonesboro DESHON. Edmundo. Jr.; Nicaragua, C. Am. DEVER, Gary; Jonesboro DICKSON, Thomas Victor; Jonesboro DIETSCHE, Bruce; Hardy DIGGS, Jim; Paragould DIXON, Arthur; Jonesboro DOBSON. Esker L.; Wilson DOMAN, Eddy; Newport DOOLEY, Utah C; Paragould DORTCH. Jerry E.; Sheridan DOSS, Jessie. Jr.; Pine Bluff DOWDEN, Danny; Jonesboro DOWDY, Harry Lee; Hayti, Mo. DOWELL, Austin; Batesville DOWNING, Harry Dennis; Manila DOWNING, Suzanne; Hoxie DOWNUM. Danny N.; Alicia DOZIER, Eddie; Blytheville DRIVER. Noel; Blytheville lit DRUM WRIGHT, Jimmy; Ripley, Tenn. DRYER, Robert; Fori Monroe, Vir. DUBRAY, Rae Jeanne; Fulton, Mo. DUNCAN, Allen; Vanndale DUNCAN. Patricia Ann; Wynne DUNHAM, David; Hoi Springs DUNNAM. Mark; Searcy DURHAM, Ronald D.; Harrisburg EARL, Karen; Paragould EASON, Gwyn; Lepanto EATON, Kenneth; Rector EDWARDS, Terry; Newark EDWARDS, Margaret; Paragould EDWARDS. Tony; Memphis, Tenn. EGGLESTON, James R ; Blytheville AFB ELARDO, Sammy; Helena ELLIS, Frezil Daniel; Jonesboro ELLIS, Winnie Lou; Beech Grove ENDSLEY, Rickey L.; Holly Grove EPHGRAVE, Jay P.; Crete, III. ERMERT, Stephen L.; Corning ERNST, William H.; Claremont, Calif. ERWIN, Mary Ellen; Little Rock ERWIN, Randy; Little Rock ESTES, Ronald Kennerd; Newark ETTER, Bobby; Jonesboro EVANS, Carole; Clarendon EVANS, Dennis A.; Blytheville EVANS, Lowell; Judsonia EVANS, Robert; Marianna EVANS. William L., Jr.; Blytheville FAHY, Mary Ellen; Reyno FAIR, Ellis Wayne; Pocahontas FALEN, William; Bolton Landing, N. Y. FALLIS, Ricklin Joe; Memphis. Tenn. FALLIS, Sandra June; Whitehaven, Tenn. FARRIS, Hollie A., Jr.; Steele, Mo. FAULKNER, Dewayne; St. Louis. Mo. FAULKNER, Ronald Wayne; Jonesboro FAYE, James Kenneth; Hot Springs FEATHERSTON, Danny; Piggott FEENEY, Phillip Kent; Earle FEILD, Hal; Jonesboro FEILD, Jerry M.; Jonesboro FELLOWS, David Carl; Newport FELLOWS, John Best; Newport FENDER, Bonita; Walnut Ridge FERGUSON, Lynda Dawn; Hardy FERGUSON, Nettie; Brooklyn FERGUSON, Roger; Jonesboro FERGUSON, Sue; DeWitt FIELDER, Rickey; Pocahontas FISHER, J. B., Jr.; Blytheville FISHER, Sharon; Pine Bluff FLATT, David W.; Poplar Bluff, Mo. FLEMING, Phil; Forrest City FLY, William F.; Paragould FOGG, Chris; Widener FOOT, Kenneth; De Vails Bluff FORD, Elaine; Blytheville FORD, J. F.; Hornersville, Mo. FORD, Michael D.; Forrest City FOSTER, Henry; Newport FRANKS, Bernis Allen; Tyronza FREEMAN, Robert F. R.; Newport FRENCH, Harvey D.; Harviell. Mo. FRENCH, Nola; Mammoth Spring FRENCH, Thomas; Pine Bluff FRETS, John; Rector FRIEND, Sandra; Valley View tin 293 FRITZ, Richard; Reading, Pa. FULBRIGHT, Gerald; Locust Grove GADBERRY, Cecile; Forrest City GAINES, Richard; Blytheville GALE, Donald J.; Lincoln Park, Mich. GALLION, Warren George; Jonesboro GALLOWAY, Ann; Jonesboro GAMBILL, Robert A.; Jonesboro GANDER, Shirley; Mt. Home GARDNER, Connie; North Little Rock GARDNER. David; Strawberry GARNER, Gayle; Blytheville GARNETTE, Thomas M.; Little Rock GARRIS, Pete; Moro GATELY, Jo; Cabot GAULTNEY, Carol Anne; Rector GAVIN, Thomas James; Blytheville GAY, Connie; Greensboro, N. C. GAY, Janet; Paragould GAY, Tom; Newport GEISLER, Kathryn; Imperial, Mo. GERLACH, Rocky T.; Holly Grove GIBBS. Lou; Pine Bluff GIBSON, Bobby; Brookland GIBSON, Mike; Dexter, Mo. GIBSON, Michael Lee; Jacksonville GIBSON, Mike; Rector GIBSON, Trudie H.; Arbyrd, Mo. GILES, Phyllis; Pocahontas GILL, Sharon; Blytheville GILLIHAN, Thomas Mike; Newport GILLIS, Stephen; Harrisburg GILLMORE, Dennis; Cardwell, Mo. GIRDLEY, Lana Kay; Etawah GLASS, Larry Junior; Broseley, Mo. GLEGHORN, Douglas; Jonesboro GLENN, Dwane Alan; Lakeland, Fla. GLENN, Joel; Batesville GLORIOSO, Frances Katherine; Helena GOIN, Greg; Kennett, Mo. GOLDSMITH, John Henry, Jr.; Jonesboro GONZALES, Anita Louise; Blytheville GOODMAN, Gayle; Corning GOODMAN, Jerry; Corning GOODWIN, Phyllis Diane; Monette GORDON, Vincent T.; Norfolk Virginia GORE, Janet Ann; Osceola GORE, Larry; Walnut Ridge GORELLICK, Rich; Brooklyn, N. Y. GORMAN. Danny; Poplar Bluff, Mo. GOSS, Sharon Kay; Maiden, Mo. GOTT. Ted; Jonesboro GRACE, Susanne; Jonesboro GRADDY, Larry Eugene; Harrisburg GRADY, Glyn Dale; Newport GRAHAM, Frankie; Pocahontas GRANT, Bonnie Lee; Leoti, Kan. GRANT, Richard; Manila GRAVES, Connie; DeWitt GRAVES, Nathaniel J.; Wilson GRAY, Jimmy Franklin; Tyronza GRAY, Rheba; Paragould GRAY. Robert. Jr.; Blytheville GREEN, Bing W.; West Helena GREEN, Charlotte; Monette GREEN, John Howard; Campbell, Mo. GREEN, Sandy; Greenway GREEN, Yvonne; Jonesboro GREEN, Hugh. Jr.; Little Rock GREER, Betty S.; Bono 294 ( i K I I K, I red; Paragould GRICE, James Willard; Melbourne GRIFFIN, Anne R.; West Helena GRIFFIN, Jim Dwight; Doniphan, Mo. GRIFFIN, Larry Don; Jonesboro GRIFFIN, Monte C; Doniphan. Mo GRIGGS, Brenda Joyce; Hughes GRIMES, Jerry Wayne; Paragould GRIMES, Jimmy; Blytheville GRINER, Kay; Jonesboro GRISHAM, Paula Kathryn; Cabool, Mo. GUIN, Pat; West Memphis GULLEY, David; Morocco, Ind. GUNFER, Marcus Eugene; Blytheville GURI.EY, Dwight; Black Oak GUYNES, Windell; Moro GUZIEWICZ, Michael D.; Weiner HAAG, Donna; Jonesboro HAGAMAN, Charles " Chuck " ; Stuttgart HAGEN, Allen; Paragould HAGER, David; Brookland HALBERT, Sheila; Palestine HALBROOK. Glenn T.; Center Ridge HALEY, Richard Eugene; Judsonia HALL, Hal Gene; Jonesboro HALL, Jewell Paul, Jr.; Biscoe HALL, Ray, Jr.; Jonesboro HALL, Robert; Tyronza HALL, Sandra; Weiner HAMILTON, Jimmy Delano; Cave City HAMRICK, Jimmie Carolyn; Wynne HANKINS, Gary Leon; Memphis, Tenn. HANNERS, Loretta Lou; Kennett, Mo. HARDEN, Martha June; Senath, Mo. HARDIN, Lana Sue; Jonesboro Freshmen Class Of ' 68 HARDIN, Roy Dwight; Qulin, Mo. HARGRAVE, Steve; Rector HARLAN, Dorothy; Marion HARLAN. Judith; Trumann HARMON, Robert Dale; Batesville HARP, Gary G.; Hoxie HARPER, Bob; El Dorado HARRELL, Harry J.; Wynne HARRIS, Austin, Jr.; Strawberry HARRIS, Carl, Jr.; Maynard HARRIS, Carolyn; Paragould HARRIS, Charles Riley; Earle HARRIS, Glen " Pinky " ; Clarendon HARRIS, Robert E.; Clarendon HARRIS, Ruth E.; Melrose Park, 111. HARRISON, Gary; Marked Tree HART, Barbara; Floral HARTUNG, Jean Kenney; Pine Bluff HARVEY. Duane; Brookland HASTINGS, John W., Jr.; Corning HATCHER, Donna Gale; Fisher HATFIELD, Larry Russell; Oran, Mo. HAWKINS, Elbert Don; Kennett, Mo. HAWKINS, Priscilla; Paragould HAWLEY, Donna Ann; Pangburn HAWS, Judy; Jonesboro HAYES, Brenda Joyce; Fisk, Mo. HAYS, Anita Carol; Jonesboro HEATH, Ewell W.; Poughkeepsie HEDGECORTH, Edwin; Farmington, Mo. HEDGER, Loretta Sue; Jonesboro HEFNER, Slug; Poplar Bluff, Mo. HELMS, Danny; Marianna HELMS, D. L.; Imboden HENDERSON, Nancy; Blytheville HENDRIX, Dennis E.; Harrisburg HENDRIX, Judith D.; Pine Bluff HENDRIX, LaVeda; Jonesboro HENRY, Kathryn; Kennett, Mo. HENRY, Martha Louise; Bearden HENRY, Myrna; Leachville HENRY, Rodger; Brinkley HENRY, Russell; Brinkley HENSON, Marshall, III; Jonesboro HERCHER, Gary W.; Pine Bluff HERGET, Nancy; Arlington, Va. HERRING, Cassandra A.; Newport HESTER, Linda; Paragould HICKS, Floyd Wayne; Knobel HICKS, Larry David; Leachville HIGHFILL, Bonnie; Paragould HILL, Dale; Rockford, III. HILL, Geraldine, Jonesboro HILL, Saundra Carol; Joiner HINKLE, Anne; Batesville HIPP, Darrell; Jonesboro HITT, Jerry Lee; Leachville HITT, Morris L.; Jonesboro HOBBS, Larry S.; Pine Bluff HODGE, Meryl; Paragould HOGSETT, Marian; Jonesboro HOLAWAY, Deanna Kay; Jonesboro HOLDER, Sandra Kay; Kennett, Mo. Freshmen Class Of ' 68 HOLEYFIELD, Richard; Searcy HOLIFIELD, Cecil H.; Rector HOLIFIELD, Larry; Rector HOLLAND, Randal R.; Paragould HOLLIS, Andrea; Jonesboro HOLMAN, Don; England HOLMES, Bill; Searcy HOLT, Janis; Marmaduke HOLT, Robert H.; Bay HOLT, Ronald; Bay HOOK, Billy Don; Lake City HORNBERGER, Joe K.; Manila HORTON, Ronald; Walnut Ridge HOSKINS, Lonnie Joe; Leachville HOUSE, Gloria Jean; Jonesboro HOUT, S. Nealedene; Monette HOWARD, Anita; Lynn HOWARD, Bettye Maye; Newport HOWARD, John M.; Lake City HOWELL, Robert; Watson HOWLE, Joyce Ann; Brookland HOWSE, David J.; Lincoln Park, Mich. HUCKABEE, Theodore R.; Trumann HUDDLESTON, Melvyn E.; Walnut Ridge HUDSON, Danny; Lexington, Tenn. HUDSON. James; Paragould HUDSON, Tim; Brookland HUDSON, William D.; Pine Bluff fclifc ilk i HUFFMAN, Clarence Roy; Piggott HUFSTEDLER, Preston; Rockford, III. HUCil II S. ( harles A ; Brickeys HUGES. Jackie; Pocahontas HUGHES, Joe; Osceola HUI A, I inda Joan; Wynne HULETT, Dwight A.; Greenway HUNTLEY, Patricia; Pine Bluff lll ' Rl 1 . Ronnie; Sikeston, Mo. HUTCHINSON, Caryn; Searcy HUTSON, Lindel G.; Hardy HYDE, Beth; Poplar Bluff, Mo. HYSLOP, Sue; Poplar Bluff. Mo. IDEKER, Robert E.; Pine Bluff JACKSON, Bruce H.; West Memphis JACKSON, Connie; Paragould JACKSON, Nancy; Pocahontas JACKSON, William D.; Conway JAMES, Martin E.; Forrest City JAMES, Neena; Poplar Grove JAMES, Patsy; Ravenden Springs JAMES, Paul A.; Leachville JAMES, Phyllis Ann; McCrory JAMIESON, Sondra Kay; Proctor JAMISON, Hubert M.; Jonesboro JEANETTE, Sister M., (OSB); Jonesboro JEFFORD, Ronnie Lynn; Floral JEFFREY, Carolyn; McHue JEFFRIES, Jerry; East Prairie, Mo. JENKINS. Marian D.; Marmaduke JOBE, Robert K.; Jonesboro JOE, Edmund; W. Helena JOHNSON, George; Cash JOHNSON, Gil B.; Prescott JOHNSON, Joseph V.; Corning JOHNSON, Larry M.; Nettleton JOHNSON, Marcia; W. Helena JOHNSON. H elen; Brookland JOHNSON. Robert D.; Marianna JOHNSON, Thomas H.; Cash JOHNSON. Walter; Nettleton JOHNSTON, Elizabeth; Tuckerman JOHNSTON, Troy; Newport JOLLIFF, Pamela; Manila JONES, Ann; Fisher JONES, Barbara Ann; Tyronza JONES, Donald Ray; Poplar Bluff. Mo. JONES, Janice; N. Little Rock JONES, Gary W.; Jonesboro JONES, Larry Alan; Kennett, Mo. JONES, Larry L.; Pocahontas JONES. Lloyd A.; Paragould JONES. Pat; Gilmore JONES, Sherry L.; Black Oak JONES, Silvey Ann; East Prairie, Mo. JONES, Walter E., Jr.; Oil Trough JONES. Zachary; W. Helena JOPLIN. Glenda; Doniphan, Mo. JOWERS. Bill; Stuttgart JULIAN, Terry; Clarkton, Mo. JUMPER. Gerald Jr.; Helena JUSTUS. Sammy C; Little Rock KAIL, Chad; Jonesboro KAMM, Richard C; Earle KATZ, Stephen; Marked Tree KAUFMAN, Jerry Lee; Bernie, Mo. KEATING. Pat; McCrory KEARBY. Larry; Poplar Bluff, Mo. KEE, Judy; Jonesboro KEITH, Anna Jean; Jonesboro 297 LAMBERT, Anice; Cardwell, Mo. LAMITINA. Philip Clyde; Newport LAMPE, Terry G.; Campbell, Mo. LANCASTER, Virgil; Grubbs LANDERS, James P.; Cave City LANDERS, Melvin T.; Smithville LANDERS, Peyton; Batesville LANE, Alvin C. Ill; Blytheville LARD, Marvin; Bono LAWSON, Sammy W.; Marked Tree LAYER, Jimmy D.; Trumann LAYNE, Bobby; Trumann LAZAR, Mary Patricia; Helena LEE, Robert W.; W. Helena LEGAN, Barbara J.; Maiden, Mo. LEHMANN, Sally; Gillett LEONARD, Charles R.; Marvell LEONE, Samuel A.; Jonesboro LEPINE, Emile N.. Jr.; DeWitt LEPPER. Tommy; Jonesboro LEWALLEN, Barbara; Trumann LEWALLEN. Lloyd L.. Jr.; Pocahontas LEWIS, Charles Neal; Lepanto LEWIS, Dwain; Jonesboro LEWIS, Janette; Jonesboro LEWIS, Ronald Gale; Paragould LIGHT. David; Paragould LINDSEY, Louise; Nettleton LITTLE, Carolyn; Osceola LITTLE, Joe; Brinkley LLOYD, Beverly Anne; Jonesboro LOBERG, Dan; Jonesboro LOCKE, Gary Wayne; Cash LOFTON, Michael; Jonesboro LOFTUS, Vickie L.; Jonesboro KELLEMS, Paulette; Paragould KELLER, Catherine; Thayer, Mo. KELLEY, James W.. Jr.; Jonesboro KELLEY, Johnny; W. Helena KEMP, Jimmy; Manila KEMP, Nancy; Hot Springs KENNEDY, Larry; Manila KENNEMORE. Judy; Osceola KENT, Wesley; Jonesboro KERR, Carolyn; Harrisburg KESTNER. Rodney Joe; Almyra KETCHUM, Robert W., Jr.; Henderson KILLETT, Timothy G.; Blytheville KINARD. Jim; Weiner KINCADE, Jerry; Pocahontas KINCADE. W. O.; Trumann KINCHEN, Linda Lou; Warm Springs KING, Frances; Yellville KINSALL, Carol Jean; Jonesboro KIOUS, Fred; Egypt KIRKSEY, Karen S.; Jonesboro KIRKSEY. Sue; Maiden, Mo. KLENE, Claudia; Blytheville KLINDWORTH. Carol L.; W. Memphis KLOTZ, Joan; Russell KOEHLER, Ruby Kay; Blytheville KUETTER, Carolyn; Paragould KYLE, Sue; McCrory LACE, Larry Bert: Cherry Valley LACE, Ronnie F.; Cherry Valley LACKEY, Mena Jane; Monette LADD, Bennie; Weldon LAGRAND. Larry D.; Marked Tree LAMB. John K.; Black Oak LAMB, Linda Kaye; Bono LOHNES, James Martin; Pine Bluff LONG, B. A., Jr.; Helena LONG, Linda R ; Hardy LONG, Roger Lawrence; Jonesboro LORUSSO, Michele; ( arlstadt, N, J. LOWL, Glenda; Brinkley LUSK, Carolyn; Moro I.YNN, Patsy; Jonesboro LYONS, Walter; Jacksonville MACK, Jenny; Rector MADDOX, Beverly K.; Mount Ida MADDOX, Douglas; Clarkton, Mo. MADISON. David; Newport MADISON, Wayne; Alicia MAGRY, James L.; Gary, Ind. MALONE, Tommy; Fisher MANGRUM. Donnie Lee; Sheridan MANGRUM, Earl; Paragould MANN, Barbara; Cherry Valley MANNING, Margaret Sharon; Jonesboro MAPLES, Charlotte; Jonesboro MARKIN, Dalton; Cardwell, Mo. MARKIN, Linda; Cardwell, Mo. MARLAR. Gary J.; England MAROTTI, Richard I.; Crawfordsville M ARSCHEWSKI. James; Little Rock MARSHALL, Janie; Newport MARTIN, Charles Wallace, III; Parkin MARTIN, Donald; Jonesboro MARVIN, Jack E.; El Dorado MASNER, Joe; Monette MASON, JoAnne; N. Little Rock MASSEY, David; Jonesboro MASSEY, Donald R.; Lake City MASSEY, Ronald F.; Lake City Freshmen Class Of ' 68 MATHEWS, Pauline; Palestine MATHIS, Margaret Ann; Jonesboro MATLOCK, Charles N.; Batesville MATLOCK, Dorothy Ann; Malvern MATTHEWS, Gene; Walnut Ridge MATTHEWS, Richard Paul; W. Memphis MATTHIS, Alton; Marion MAULDIN, Betty; Marion MAYS; Joan Evelyn; Rector MAYWOOD, Delia; Jonesboro MEALS, Walter L., Ill; Hughes MEANS, Beebo; Jacksonville MELTON, Gary Houston; Zion MICHAELS, Ronnie; Newport MIDDLETON, Cindy; Osceola MILES, Elizabeth Ann; Manila MILLER, Bonnie J.; Cardwell, Mo. MILLER, Ernest Wesley; Jonesboro MILLER, James F.; Kennett, Mo. MILLER, Jo Carol; Kennett, Mo. MILLER. John Terrel; Jonesboro MILLER, Margaret; Poplar Bluff, Mo. MILLER, Marvin G.; Dexter, Mo. MITCHELL, Dick; Paragould MITCHELL. Mike; Jacksonville MIZELL, Sharon; Cardwell, Mo. MONTEITH, Stephen A.; O ' Fallon, Mo. MONTES, Manuel F.; West Memphis J£ £ 7 m m £ M0 t t MONTGOMERY, Bobby Dean; Newport MONTGOMERY, Pat; Jonesboro MONTGOMERY, Robert E.; Bono MOORE, Carol Lee; Jonesboro MOORE, Eugene; Paragould MOORE, Michael J.; Jonesboro MOORE, Roger; Perkins, Mo. MOORE, Sandra Kay; Trumann MORAN, Nancy Carol; Pine Bluff MORGAN, Ronald L.; DeWitt MORRIS, Gary Lee; Jonesboro MORRISON, Jeanette; Jonesboro MORRISON, Jerry L.; LaVerne, Calif. MORRISON, Joie; Poplar Bluff, Mo. MOSTYN, Connie; Sulphur Rock MOXLEY, Bud; Black Oak MULLINS, U. W.; Blytheville MURPHY, David Frank; Paragould MURPHY, Donald Lee; Lake City MURPHY, Jerry Lee; Pouchkeepsie MURPHY, Leland; Pocahontas MURPHY. Peggy J.; Hardy MUSTAIN. Robert; Newport McAFEE, Mary Lou; Wynne McALLISTER, Dennis M.; Gardiner, Maine McALLISTER, Marcus; Newport McCAIN, Jimmy; W. Memphis McCAIN, Wanda; Jonesboro McCARROLL, Elsie L.; Imboden McCARROLL, Mary; Pocahontas McCLELLAND, Stephen R.; Trumann McCLUNG, Gail; Mountain View McCLURE, Laura; Batesville McCORD, Terry R.; N. Little Rock McDONALD. Margaret Ann; Jonesboro Freshmen Class Of ' 68 McDONIEL, Ransom Lee; Batesville McFARLIN, Wanda Lou; Lake City McGAHHEY, Sharon; DeWitt McGEE, Tommy Lynn; Harrisburg McGENNIS. Nancy; Jacksonville McGINNESS, Pat; W. Memphis McHANEY, John T.; Marmaduke McILVOY, Larry; Peach Orchard McKAY. Teddy J.: W. Memphis McKEEL, Barbara Jean; Rector McKENNEY, Roger; Piggott McKEWEN, Monte; DeWitt McLEAN, Richard; Jacksonville McLEAN, Robert; Jacksonville McNAIR, Mary Jo; Jonesboro McNIECE. Carolyn; Jonesboro McNUTT. Charles D.; State College McOWEN, Nannette; Pine Bluff McSPADDEN, Jimmy; Batesville NANCE, John Albert; Newport NEAL. David Paul; W. Memphis NEAL. Mary Catherine; W. Memphis NEELY, Dana Sue; Jonesboro NEIGHBORS, Herbert; Hughes NELMS, Danny E.; W. Memphis NELSON. Doug; Little Rock NEWKIRK, Carolyn; Poplar Bluff, Mo. NEWMAN, Carl Dean; Senath, Mo. 300 im i NICHOLS, Tom; Dexter, Mo. NICHOLSON. Carol Anne; Newport NOLAN. Marsha; Lorrcst City NORTON, Karen; Pine Bluff NORTON. Linda; West Ridge NORTON, Mary Elizabeth; Marvell NORTON, Renee; Pine Bluff NUCKOLLS, Linda; Newport NUTT. Gary Owen; Paragould OAKLEY, Nelson; Weiner 01 DM AM. Bill: Marked Tree O ' NEAL, Betty Ann; Paragould O ' NEAL, Clyde David: Blvtheville ORMSBY, Sharyn- Doniphan, Mo. OROSZ. Susan: Hardy ORR, Jerry; Jonesboro OSBORN. Raymond: Little Rock OWEN, Larry; Manila OWENS. Peggy: I ake City OXNER. Harvey Wayne; Marianna PACK, Georgia; Lake City PAINTER, Sherly; Nettleton PALMER, Danny Lee; Hot Springs PALMER, Jerry W.; Schenectady, N. Y. PANKEY, Kay; Oil Trough PANKEY, Michael; Jonesboro PARENTL Pete; Pine Bluff PARKER, Gary A.; Pocahontas PARKER, Glen; Kennett, Mo. PARKER, Peggy Elizabeth; Jonesboro PARKS, Sharon Kay; Blytheville PATTERSON, Diane; Heth PATTERSON, Donald Hugh; Shawnee PATTERSON, Patsy; Wilson PAYNE. Jim: Marked Tree PAYNE. Michael Davis; Marked Tree PEELER, Susan Marie; Jonesboro PELTS, William Dickson; Kennett, Mo. PENA. Richard; Marianna PENNINGTON. Betty; Newport PERSFULL, Harold W.; Essex, Mo. PETTIJOHN, Julie J.; Jonesboro PHILLIPS, Dan; Forrest City PHILLIPS, Ed; Blvtheville PHILLIPS. Larry: Paragould PIATT. Bill: Leachville PIERCE, Virginia Carolyn; Lake City PIERSON, Ray E.; Jonesboro PIERSON, Robert; Wilmington, Del. PILLOW. Charles; Paragould PITTMAN, Carolyn; McCrory PITTS, Gaylen R.; Gamaliel POLITANO, Ralph Robert; Inwood, N. Y. POLLARD, Robert L.; Leachville POLSTON, H. Lemoyne; West Helena POLSTON, Hollie. Jr.; Newport POLSTON, Lavella; Manila POPE, Judy; Pocahontas POSEY. Barry Don; Jonesboro POSEY, Raymond Lee; Manila POTEET, Sherrill Jeanne; Steele, Mo. POTTER, John; Jacksonville POTTS, Mark W.; Van Buren, Mo. POWELL, David E.; Hornersville, Mo. PRESLEY. Buford R.; Trumann PRESTIDGE, Jim; Tyronza PRICE, Larry Joe; Newark PRICHARD, William Jeffry; Biggers PRINCE, Jerry Franklin; Manila PROVANCE, Jemmalee; Maiden, Mo. 301 PRUETT, Billy Joe; Rector PRUITT, Barbara Elaine; Jonesbor o PUCKETT, Jeanette; Trumann PULFORD, Donald Ray; Jonesboro PULLIAM, Franklin D.; Doniphan, Mo. PURCELL, Jim; Poplar Bluff, Mo. PURDY, George; DeWitt PYLES, David; Essex, Mo. QUAIL, Mary Ann; Paragould QUALLS, Gaye; Mount Pleasant RAGLIN, Charles; Pocahontas RAGSDALE, Paul; Jonesboro RAGSDALE, Wendell; Mammoth Spring RAHM, Ronnie Lee; Success RAINWATER, Ronnie; Lake City RAY, Billie Sue; Pocahontas RAY, Lynda Gayle; Jonesboro RAY, Margie; Jonesboro RAY, Patsy; Rector REAVES, Donald; Harrisburg RECKER, Bobbye; Hoxie REDMOND, James C; Wardell, Mo. REEL, Connis Jean; Holcomb, Mo. REESE, Brenda; Maiden, Mo. REESE, James T.; Miami, Fla. REEVES, Charles; Lake City REEVES, Garry Joe; Caraway REID, Ann; Des Arc RELYEA, David; Almyra REVES, Barbara; Batesville REYNOLDS, Steve; Little Rock RHEA, Paulette; Brookland RHEIN, Joe; Stuttgart RHODES, Allen; Poplar Bluff, Mo. RICE, Barbara Ann; Thayer, Mo. RICHARD, John; Cave City RICHARDSON, David; Reyno RICHARDSON, Joe; Deska RICHIE, Phyllis Dian; Trumann RIDDLE, David; Trumann RIDDLE, Dennis; Trumann RILEY, Sandra; Blytheville RINCHUSO, James Edward; Pine Bluff ROACH, Gary; Trumann ROACHELL, Larry Arnold; Parkin ROBBINS, Danny; Manila ROBBINS, Debby; Piggott ROBBINS, Larry; Piggott ROBBINS, Neil: Helena ROBERT, Gary; Bono ROBERT, Larry Lee; Minturn ROBERTS, Farrel Woodson; Knobel ROBERTS, Ginger; Ash Flat ROBERTS, Jane; Newport ROBERTS, Phil; Gillett ROBERTSON, Mary Alice; Lake City ROBERTSON, Wayne M.; Hjaleah, Fla. ROBICHEAUX, Leigh E.; Heber Springs ROBINSON, Bee; Newport ROBINSON, Patricia Mae; Jonesboro ROBINSON, Vicki; Clarkton, Mo. ROBSON, Sherry; West Memphis RODGERS, Beverly Ann; Black Oak ROE, L. A.; Cardwell, Mo. ROE, Thomas; West Plains, Mo. ROGERS, Dennis Orlan; Wynne ROGERS, Jeanette; Ash Flat ROSE, Winfred; Earle ROUNSAVALL, Fred, Jr.; Joiner ROUNSAVALL, Mary Virginia; Joiner 302 ROWLAND. James C; El Dorado ROY, Sarah Moore; Marked Tree RUSHING, Bobby Ray; rhyrd. Mo. RUSSINA, Donald L.; Jonesboro RUTHERFORD. Phyllis; Joneshoro RUTI EDGE, John; Werner RYAN, Dana Wm.; Hazelwood, Mo. SALLEY, Karen; N. Little Rock SAND! KS. Don; Paragould SANDERS, Howard; Byron SANDERS, J. C; I exa SANDERSON, Bruce; Jonesboro SANS1NG, Jerry; Memphis, Tcnn. SANTIE. Jan; Maiden, Mo. SAPPINGTON, Sheila; Corning SAYRE, Tommy R.; Caruthersville, Mo. SCHAEFFER, Jerry W.; N. Little Rock SCHIMMING, Janet D.; Peach Orchard SCHISLER, Gary DeWayne; Jonesboro SCHOONOVER, Thomas R.; Hovart. Ind. SCHREICK, Joe Tal; Osceola SCHRIMSHER, Shirley A.; Steele, Mo. SCHULTZ, Fred; Jonesboro SCHWAMB, Pat; Paragould SCHWEMMER, Karl M.; Forest Hills, N. Y. SCOBEY, Kelly; Beech Grove SCOTT, Dubber; N. Little Rock SCOTT, Joe; Osceola SCOTT, John M.; Jonesboro SCOTT, Patsy Ann; Parkin SCOTT, Silas Larry; Newport SEAY, Marion Edgar; Paragould SELLERS, Jim; Earle SEXTON, Darrel Dean; Hoxie SHANKS, David; Newwata Freshmen Class Of ' 68 SHAVER. Anne: Marked Tree SHAW, Preston, Jr.; Hickory Ridge SHEPHERD, William F.; Pine Bluff SHERMAN, Roy F., Jr.; Catron, Mo. SHERWOOD, Charles E.; DeWitt SHIPMAN, Larry G.; Fiftysix SHIVELY, James; Hot Springs SHOEMAKER, Frances; Hughes SHOOPMAN, Dale; Trumann SHREVE. Ebby Gene; Poughkeepsie SHUMAKER, Jeane; Bell City, Mo. SIMMONS. Clyde Dean; Poughkeepsie SIMMONS, Michael; Jacksonville SIMPSON, Charles; Rector SIMPSON, Danna; Trumann SIMPSON, John Walter; Brinkley SIMS, Ronny M.; Batesville SINGER. Donna Kay; Palestine SIPA, Barbara; Jonesboro SISK, Bobby J.; Mountain View SISSOM. Sandra K.; Cardwell, Mo. SLATTON, Doris Marlene; Paragould SLAYTON, Brenda; Nimmons SLOUGH. Thomas; Searcy SMALLEY, Robert; Caldwell SMITH, Calvin E.; W. Memphis SMITH, Eddie; Trumann SMITH, James H.; Sedgwick 303 SMITH. Jimmy L.; Paragould SMITH, Jo Lynn; West Memphis SMITH, Larry Lee; Hughes SMITH, Linda Jane; Osceola SMITH, Phil G.; Trumann SMITH, R. V.; Trumann SMITH, Robert; Rogers SMITH, Ronnie Wilson; Black Rock SMITH, Susan; Tyronza SMITH, Terry; Holcomb, Mo. SMITHEE, Glenn A.; Newport SMITHEE, Kon F.; Jonesboro SNOW, Tony Leo; Jonesboro SNYDER, Kerry Wayne; Jonesboro SOUTHARD, Gary Dwayne; West Memphis SOWELL, Dianne; Jonesboro SPAIN, Clarence B.; Keiser SPANN, Freddy; Jonesboro SPAULDING, Frances; Pine Bluff SPITZER, Fay Gene; Hardy SPRADLING. Sheryl; St. Louis, Mo. SPRAGG, Karen; Sulphur Rock STACY, Betty Ann; Pocahontas STAGG, Charles Eric; Clinton STANFIELD, Bernard Marion, Jr.; Sedalia, Mo. STANFILL, Betty; Paragould STANLEY, David B.; Corning STARK, Barbara A.; Glen Ellyn, 111. STARNES, Leveda; Fisk, Mo. STEELE, Gene, Jr.; West Memphis STEELE, Larry Joe; Black Rock STEELE, Roger; Lake City STEPHENS, Donna Jean; Forrest City STEPHENS, Van; Jonesboro STEPHENSON, Brenda May; Wynne Freshmen Class Of ' 68 STEVENS, Jerry Otis; Trumann STEWART, William E.; Hot Springs STIREWALT, Ronald Lexie; Gilmore STOKES, Charlotte; Gideon, Mo. STONE, Jim; Pine Bluff STONE. Norman M., Jr.; West Memphis STOTTS, Janna; Trumann STOVALL, Andy; Imboden STRACNER, Dan; Hot Springs STRAWBRIDGE, Sandra Lou; Jonesboro STREET, Jerry; Grubbs STRICKLAND, Sandra Lea; Lepanto STRICKLIN, David W.; Harrisburg STRINGER, James Arnold; Sheridan STRONG, Elaine Carol; West Memphis STUDEBAKER, Jeanne; Hazelwood, Mo. STURDIVANT, Ernest Neil; Batesville SUNDERLAND. Skip; Millington, Tenn. SURPRISE. Walter L.; Blytheville SUTTON, Theresa Ann; Kennett, Mo. SWALLOWS, Alfred; Keiser TACKER, Charles Louis; Tyronza TAGGART, Sam D.; Augusta TATUM, Michael L.; Harrison TATUM. Tommy; Brinkley TAVALARO, Raymond James; Inwood, N. Y. TAYLOR, Bill; West Memphis TAYLOR, Bobby Gene; Memphis, Tenn. 304 TAYLOR, James N.; Wynne TAYLOR. Kathy; Wynne TAYLOK. Zeekie; Marmaduke I ERREI I . David Dick; Jonesboro TERRY, Gene; Trumann I HACKER, Margorie; Brookland THAXTON, Ralph A., Jr.; Marion THIBADOUX, Greg M.; Pine Bluff THOMAS, Charlene; W. Memphis THOMAS, Carole; McCrory THOMAS, Gary J.; Jacksonville THOMAS, Jack W.; Osceola THOMAS, Larry Dean; Jonesboro THOMPSON. Donald; Bay THOMPSON. Doug; Lake City THOMPSON, James R.; Jonesboro THOMPSON, Nancy M.; Marked Tree THOMPSON, Tommy Lee; Brinkley THORNBROUGH, Claud Alan; Blytheville THORNE, Larry Glen; Marmaduke THURMAN, David J.; Paragould TIPPEN, Linda; Jonesboro TIPTON, Dick; Caruthersville, Mo. TISDALE, Fred V.; Pine Bluff TITMAS, Russell P.; Ocean Grove, N. J. TOOMBS, Bill; Portageville, Mo. TOOMBS, Jerry; Paragould TOWNSEND, Melanie; Clarendon TRAMMEL, Robert; Monette TREAT, Linda Jo; W. Helena TURMAN, Ricky D.; Jonesboro TURNER, Gary; Newport TURNER, Herman W.; Blytheville TURNER, Larry W.; Salem ULMER, James C; Jonesboro USSERY, Phillip G.; Paragould VALENTEEN, Jill; Jonesboro VANAMAN, Jim; Hickory Ridge VANAMAN, Michael D.; Hickory Ridge VANCE, Howard Eugene; Sedgwick VANGILDER, Dale; Rector VANGILDER, Sandra Jean; Rector VARNELL, Linda; Huff VARVIL, Pat; Paragould VAUGHN, Russell L.; Poplar Bluff, Mo. VIETH, Roger; Bernie, Mo. VINCENT. Sara; Bay VOLKAMER, Camille; Jonesboro VONDRAN, Charles; Brinkley VONDRAN, William R.; Forrest City VON KANEL, Carol; Lexa WADDELL, Larry C; Manila WADE, Anita; Lepanto WAGNER, Tommy Wayne; Manila WALDHEIM, Dianne L.; Blytheville WALDRIP, Charles; Moro WALKER, Carletta; Paragould WALKER, Gary W.; Lake City WALKER, Jim; Brookland WALKER, O. D., Jr.; Forrest Citv WALKER, Richard; Paragould WALKER, Wynoka C; W. Memphis WALL, Brenda Carolyn; Bono WALTERS, Pat; Blytheville WAMBLE, Larry; Osceola WARBINGTON, Beverly; Newport WASHINGTON, John; Earle W ATKINS, Priscilla; Brinkley WATSON, Eddie Max; Lake City WATSON, Lois Gail; Black Rock f f J? WATSON, Paula; Portia WEEDMAN, Anita Ellen; Senath, Mo. WEST, Carolyn; St. Charles WESTBROOK, Jim; Paragould WEVER, James David; West Memphis WHEELER, Bill H.; Thayer, Mo. WHEELER, V. C, Jr.; Arbyrd WHITE, Aaron; Brinkley WHITE, David Terry; Salado WHITE, Vicki; Jacksonville WHITE, Wilda Kay; Biggers WHITEHEAD, Vernon R.; Osceola WHITNEY, Mary; Michigan Center, Mich. WHITNEY, Nan ' c; Little Rock WHITSON, Alice Faye; Holcomb, Mo. WHITSON, DeWayne; Holcomb, Mo. WHITTINGHAM, Jo Ann; Jonesboro WICKER, Allen; Blytheville WICKER, Don; Brookland WIETHAN, Richard, Jr.; Maiden, Mo. WIGGINS, Ronnie David; Clarendon WILKES, Haldor M.; Batesville WILKINS, Terry; Kennett, Mo. WILKINSON, Neely Herman; Rogers WILKINSON, Lewis E.; Kennett, Mo. WILLHITE, Don Michael; Brinkley WILLIAMS, Bruce; Jonesboro WILLIAMS, Cheryl; Clarkedale WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, Conley; Rector Donald; Trumann Gene S.; Pine Bluff Jimmy; Osceola Leamon; Cash Lucinda; Harrison Mary Agnes; Pocahontas WILLIAMS, Toni; N. Little Rock WILLIAMS, Walter; Tupper Lake. N. Y. WILLIAMSON, Edward; Blytheville WILLIAMSON, Harry Glenn; Essex, Mo. WILLINGHAM, Clinon; Brookland WILSON. Billy; Black Rock WILSON, David Paul; Miami, Fla. WILSON, Lynn; Newport WILSON. James D.; Heth WILSON. Linda; Batesville WILSON, Murriel; Weiner WILSON, Sandy; Walnut Ridge WINEMILLER, Carolyn Sue; Swifton WINN, Randy; Paragould WINNINGHAM, Beatrice Ann; Harrisburg WINTERS, Gary W.; Lynn WINTERS, Hans, Jr.; Jonesboro WISE, Rose Nell; Bay WISEHART, Donna; Myrtle, Mo. WOOD, Bobby; Batesville WOOD, Dickie; Turrell WOOD, Janis; Black Oak WOOD, Judy Marie; Caraway WOOD, Kenny G.; Trumann WOOD, Steve; Little Rock WOOD, Virginia Dean; Lake City WOODRUM, Brenda; Harrisburg WOODS, Vaughn; Valley View WOODSIDE, Michael; Paragould WOOLARD, Mary Emma; Broseley Mo. WORK, Sandra Jean; Pine Bluff WORLEY, Sue; Marked Tree WORTHAM, Edward; Manila WORTHAM, Larry Fay; Cash WRIGHT, David; Ironton WRIGHT, Mary V.; Hardy WRIGHT, Ronnie C; Harrisburg WYATT, Jerry Ann: Nimmons WYATT, Sharon G.; Marmaduke WYl IE, Robert E.; Essex, Mo. WYMORE, Patsy Lee; Pocahontas YANCEY, Edna; Marked Tree YANTIS, Carol; Poplai Bluff, Mo. YARBROUGH, Danny; DeWitt YARBROUGH, Gary; Searcy YOUNG, Diane; Osceola YOUNG, Rhonda; Trumann YOUNG, Ronald; Tuckerman YOUNG, Sue; Carlisle YOUNT, Tony; Jonesboro Much of the freshman spirit stems from hard-riding Chief Jim Fowler Second Semester Students for ' 65 Adams, Russell, Bono; Allen, John M., Hoxie; Barrett, Loredia Diann, Jonesboro; Becker, Ned Alan, Searcy; Bley, Barbara, Monette; Boyd, John- ny, Leachville. Box, Joyce G., Lake City; Bradsher, Jonnie Faye, Trumann; Broadway, James Edwin, Jonesboro; Burns, San- dra, Paragould; Chambers, Mary, Jonesboro; Clark, Karen Sue, Arbyrd, Mo. Clinton, Pat, Lynn; Cooper, Jodie, Weiner; Cummin, Larry Eugene, Blythville; Davis, James, Success; Ellis, Judy, Manila: Foreman, Wil- liam Dennis, Camden. Gambill, Lynnda, Lake City; Go£f, Herbert Gene, Harrisburg; Goff, Ron- nie, Blytheville; Gonzales, Mike Ed- ward, Blytheville; Goodrich, Harold, Kennett; Gott, Lucille, Jonesboro. Goude, Glenda Carol, Jonesboro; Grimes, Hugh Buck, Newport; Grooms, Austin, Kennett, Mo.; Haynes, Patsy McHefey, Blytheville; Hastings, Charles Ware, Mountain View; Holden, Larry Don, Lrumann. Holmes, James Charles, Dell; Hud- gins, Betty Sue, Cotton Plant; Kelley, Haskell, Beebe; Lambert, Gary, Ken- nett, Mo.; Love, Elizabeth, Jonesboro; McDaniel, James, Jonesboro. McGill, Mary Ann, Mena; McHaffey, Murray D., Blytheville; Miller, Rich- ard Eugene, Jonesboro; Myers, Bil lie Ann, Paragould; Myers Cary, Corinth, Miss.; Roe, Roy Thomas, Black Oak. Norman, Jeanne Carolyn, Jonesboro; Peters, Charles Howard, W. Memphis; Ponder, Helen Louise, E. Prairie, Mo.; Pratt, Hardy, Jonesboro; Quails, Jonathan Earl, Paragould; Sexton William, Hoxie. Smith, Jill, Monette; Smith, Mitchell, Paragould; Stall, John Thomas, Tru- mann; Tanner, Ralph, Wardell, Mo.; Tanner, Raymond Earl, Wardell, Mo.; Thompson, Nathan Daniel, Walnut Ridge. Waddill, Carl Eugene, Newport; Wad- dill, Norman Dale, Newport; Walker, Barbara, Strawberry; Walker, Gary Lee, Weiner; White. Mary Jean, Ber- ryville; Williamson, Vivian, Holly Grove. 308 PADDLIN ' AND STRUM M IN ' — A great way to spend a warm spring afternoon. QUESTION OF YEAR— Just who is Ralph Strick- land anyway, a demand made many times. Suddenly It ' s SPRING PLAY— The Drama Depart- ment ' s spring production of " Bell, Book And Candle " was a big hit like the year ' s other plays. OUTDOORS TYPE— Somehow, pretty girls and springtime seem to •go together. It ' s no disadvantage that the warmer it gets, the more you see of them. TIME OUT— Showboat Hall of the famed Har- lem Globetrotters, who played at A-State this spring, relaxes with the fans. COPY WRITERS— Those re- sponsible for a great deal of the copy in this yearbook are, left to right, Kathy Beseau, Kathy Smart, Linda Graham and Kay Lynn Coleman. Indian Staff Members Are Special What kind of a person works on a college yearbook? Not just anyone, you know! First he must qualify. He must be able to smile wider, lie whiter, run faster, stay up later, smoke more, sleep less, write faster, make more mistakes, admit less mistakes, and cut more classes than any- one on the campus. He is an integral part of an organization dedicated to a cause and the near self-destruction that goes with that cause. He is distractingly idealistic, and makes -terribly poor com- pany at certain times of the year (like deadline days, for instance). If you hap- pen to see one of these poor souls, please treat him kindly. He is probably under the delusion that maybe he has helped put out a fine yearbook. Please agree with him . . . and watch him grin. SPORTS WRITERS— Helping write " copy and cutlines for the sports section have been, left to right, loel Gambill, Dan Stracner, (assistant editor ) Jerry Crabb and John Ulmer. ART EDITOR— Heather Rust of Hot Springs has taken care of the artwork for The Indian. INDIAN EDITORS — These five students have been essen- tial to the publishing of The Indian. They are, left to right, Roy Ockert Jr. (seated), assistant editor; Charles Wiles, sports editor; Jill Valenteen, layout editor; Wendell Crow, editor; Phil Pickle, photographer. PHOTOGRAPHER— Mark Crow has served as assistant photographer. He ' s the third member of his family to serve The Indian in a vital position. CLASS EDITORS— The maze of student pictures was handled this year by Nancy Kemp, LaRaye Brown and Kay Clements. Lithoqiaphrd Bound by WALSWOBTH Marcel.nc. Mo USA 311 Page Number 312: The Tail Gate " Tjie fast: pinkie having struck the last , wry comments, (however, uninspired they I might be at the time). A wise man once noted, " Praise is like the smoke of a strong cigar: you can savour it, but if you breathe it in, it will make you dizzy. " At the risk of suffo- cating so many fine people, I would like very much to praise them for what they have done for the 1965 Indian. Often one wonders, " Why does the editor always say, ' if it wasn ' t for so-and-so, we wouldn ' t have ever been able to get such- and-such done? ' " Quite sincerely, it is so dramatically true, especially in this case, that I can only nod and say the same. Top position on my gratitude list goes, appropriately to Mr. Tom Manning, the sponsor of the book, and the gadfly to which the entire credit for a completed yearbook may be directed. His friendly encouragement proved invaluable in the dark hours ... and his wit and humor was as helpful as the occasional size 11 footprint on the hindside of a certain editor. Roy Ockert, assistant editor, is ' next, as it is his stamina and tremendous drive that enabled us to present this book to you now. He will take the reins next year; you can expect a top-notch job from him . . . and he ' ll probably be twice as efficient as I ever hoped to be. Head photographer Phil Pickle packs his bag this year, but he leaves behind four years of great photography and thankful edi- tors. I long ago quit worrying about Phil ' s future success; anyone who knows him has, too. Mark Crow takes his place, and has already shown that he can make it big in this job, (look at the section on the snow, for instance). Bill Winter will also be gone, but We couldn ' t lose him to a prettier new boss. Newcomer Jill Valenteen did wonders with the layouts in the book. It ' s impossible to believe that she ' d had no previous experience. Charlie Wiles, second-year editor of sports, along With assistant sports editor Dan Stracner gave this section the readibility and em- phasis that it so well deserved this year. Copy was no problem, in the capable hands of Linda Graham, Cathy Smart, Kay Lynn Coleman, Gene Williams, and Kathy Beseau. And just as important was the class section by Kay Clements, La- Rave Brown, and Nancy Kemp. Heather Rust added personality with her artwork; and the picture was very much complete. Proudly, I can say that I will never for- get or be able to repay these people. It is to them that Arkansas State owes this, the. 1965 Indian Yearbook. And for the seniors, the road ahe;:d. " Let ”
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