Arkansas State University - Indian Yearbook (Jonesboro, AR)

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Miss Arkansas Nita Kaye Vanhook %■ J: - « » 1 ? 4 it I EDITOR — Roy Ockert Jr. ASST. ED. — Dan Stracner PHOTOGRAPHERS — Mark Crow, Darryl Kelly, Marion Meredith LAYOUT EDITOR — Jill Valenteen COPY EDITOR — Kay Lynn Coleman SPORTS EDITOR — Victor Dickson ADVISER — Tom Manning Tab] e ontents ir 3 .JLM Homecoming 28-35 Indian Band 44-47 Who ' s Who 54-59 Miss A-State 62-67 GROUPS Greeks 82-103 SGA 108-111 Organizations 112-143 ATHLETICS Football 146-166 Basketball 167-183 Spring Sports 184-195 Intramurals 196-201 SLC Spring Meet 202-207 NfiMH COLLEGE Administration 210-217 Schools Divisions 218-24 CLASSES Seniors 246-265 juniors 266-279 Sophomores 280-294 Freshmen 296-321 V. C. Kays, Past President, Dies Victor C Kays, president of Arkansas State from 1910 until his retirement in 1947, died in January of this year. Arkansas State was nothing more than an idea when Mr. Kays took office. He started classes in rented space on the second floor of an office building. Soon afterward he launched a building program on a red clay hill east of Jonesboro. In the early years Mr. Kays taught, handled administration and even laid bricks for new buildings. Under his guidance the school grew and prospered. ATHLETICS were a prime interest of Mr. Kays, and A-State ' s football stadium is justly named for him. NEW GIRLS DORM, costing about $3 million, to be completed for use next fall, will be named in honor of the late Mr. Kays. A RK AmmS SIM -a growing college in a growing state THE CARL R. RENG CENTER, constructed ot no cost to the Arkansas taxpayer, contains cafeteria, bookstore, recreational facilities, offices and other features, the proceeds of which will help pay for the structure. Construction and renovation — two com- mon terms at Arkansas State. Since 1955 a military science building, li- brary, student union building, post of- fice, two men ' s dormitories, a women ' s dormitory, two denominational student unions and a field house have been constructed on the campus. During the same period, the present administra- tion building, education building, journalism building and printing plant have been renovated. Under construc- tion are a $700,000 administration building, $2V4 million women ' s dorm- itory, a $3% million men ' s dormitory and a $ 1 million fine arts building. On the drawing boards are plans for constructing a $2V4 million science building and a $1V2 million multi- story cafeteria complex. New Buildings: Stark, Bold I M i i i in in 1955 1957 1959 l%l 1963 1965 State Appropriations Grow - ioo.ooo Wmm Stone and steel, brick and mortar — cold, defiant, unyielding — tem- pered by the pulsebeat of an insti- tution. A student pauses to watch massive, raw walls rise out of a quagmire of mud and construc- tion. He muses over I-beams and brick stacks and tar paper, dust- covered and dormant — but wait- ing. Days pass, and before him a creation takes form. The new building is stark and angular, un- scathed by sun and time like the older structures on campus. It is almost awesome in its florescent- lighted vanity But the students will tame it: rapid heels will pound the buffed tile into submission and youthful voices will take the blus- ter out of its echoes. And it will yield, slowly at first and blend . . . a ■ snaion Important Role In Campus Life Although Arkansas State is a non- denominational, state - supported school, the administration still realizes that religion plays an in- tegral part in a student ' s life. The city of Jonesboro has one or more churches representing each of the major denominations. Student in- terest is created by the various re- ligious organizations on campus and also the fraternities and so- rorities. Religious groups located on campus are the Baptist Student Union, Canterbury Club, Chi Al- pha, Disciples Student Fellowship, Ministers Fellowship, Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship, New- man Club, Wesley Foundation and Westminster Fellowship. AN IMPROVISED GAME amuses students at Methodists ' Wesley Foundation. 15 LEGEND 1 C 3 r 1 R. R ft i t c Center 26 ft.eii rieiu 2 n C 1 to lA II An Mill K. b. Lee WiiaOn rial! 27 Physical Plant 3 Dean B. Ellis Library . D Central Receiving 4 Fine Arts Building 29 Post Office 5 Fine Arts Bldg. Old Health Center 6 Agriculture Engineering 3! Power Plant 7 Agriculture Bldg. 32 Tennis Courts 5 Journalism Bldg ;j Green House 21 Printing Plant 34 Kays Field 9 Education Bldg. 35 Stadium 10 Physical Education Bldg. 36 Practice Football Field 11 Science Bldg. Old 37 Faculty Housing 12 Indian Field House 33 Indian Village 13 Military Science Bldg, 40 Residence 14 Arkansas Hal! J ! Dairy Barn IS Delta Hall 43 Horse Barn 16 Indian Hall 47 Buffaloes 17 State Hall 43 Longhorns 18 Cafeteria i i Poultry 19 Danner Kali SI Parking Lots 20 Caraway Hall 52 Mens Dormitory 21 University Hall 53 Administration Building 22 Dixie Hail 54 Kays Hal! 23 Baptist Student Center Wesley Foundation 55 Science Building 24 51 JU-T N-= 52 - n — 1 J □ BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO 1955 □ BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED SINCE 1955 □ BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO 1955, AND RENOVATED SINCE 1955 □ BUILDINGS PRESENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION ■ BUILDINGS PLANNED FOR CONSTRUCTION BUSH £3 S3 KB ED l_ ?. i M vv 4 OF Si6 i 41 i D □ □ □ J H l|- - 1 inn ' 7 □ I inr D r — i r i 4 7 48 □B CO QCZI Cd Qn CD 3D CD 3 38 g t □ v a do CB on a an en no b- Qo cd nb cQ od cfl □3 no cd no cq 4i J IL Ll CHOC TAW g cc cH cd aJ cfl ODDD 00 OD DD OD 00 00 00 00 DO DO CHEROKEE 00 00 00 00 00 00 DO 00 QD 00 00 DO 3 8 00 00 00 0D OODDD0 DO0D0DDO 00 PAWNEE OF SI6 (7 3 acres) 00 00 00 0D 0D 00 00 OD 00 00 DO 00 (ZD EiSW OF SI6 We are diverse. We are many and we are growing. We come in con- fusion and uncertainty, seeking intangibles. We feel out of place at first; this world, to us, seems strange and nondescript, exciting, exhausting. And frustrating be- yond imagination. Then one day it dawns on us that our very new- ness and bewilderment is our com- mon bond. So we grasp this new life with all the tenacious ardor of youth and bend it, wrestle it to fit our purpose. We assimilate We absorb. And suddenly, with a fresh and gaping awareness, we belong. For we are students: a divergent kinship of development and exuberance. We are many. And we are growing . . . Growing With Our School 1954 I95S 1956 1957 1958 1959 I9 b0 I9bl I9fc2 I9fc3 I9fo4 A Time To Breathe.. A year is a staccato, vibrant thing. It passes like flashes of light — dawns and sunsets — -that blaze in the memory. It is filled with times for venturing, achieving. But there are times when a student must quieten . . . halt his whirl- ing head and breathe awhile . . . gasp air and laugh deep in his throat. Somber times, when, with quickened vitality, one learns that campus is more than urgency and unrest. HOMECOMING AND RUSH WEEK, two of the busiest times for students during the year, gives eds and coeds alike a chance to put their ingenuity to work. Times o f exhaustion and sleepless nights — but also pride. Nights are long before exams . . . but sometimes still too short. By 3 a.m. the coffee is cold and stagnant. And somehow brow-wrinkling can ' t seem to bring that blurred page into focus anymore. The dorm sounds ceased hours ago; the silence now is a screaming distraction. Minutes crawl. Keeping your eyes open is agony. So yawn, curse your lack of will power — and study. That ' s what you ' re here for. New Knowledge Spawns Active — - 1954 ,f s — r " f ■A : 4 _, m — 1955 4 ' ■-.I A ! " % " 4 _ 195b 4 Si 4 :4 ■ 4 w 3 1947 n C ZJ F - ■ A : 4 :4 : 4 - L ;f — ? 4 I. 3 — JC A A :4 W 5 ' 1( =3 e ' 4 A 4 - t k 3j ? :: : ■A — t ■ i: - 4 A if = — ■ :4 m - f r A : f .J iL LU A 34 4 :4 ' A =3 7- :i: - f; A :4 ' ■A : 34 q S3 5 3 f ■ ! " r " % u ■4 -4 — j A -4 - 4 ti l r 1f l4 — P M ■a : A z A -4 A ' t: — 7 — 1 - — THIS CHART shows the increase in the number of degrees granted at Arkansas State since 1954. 50 NUMBfR Of INSTRUCTORS - = D0C c , NOT NCUJDE MILITARY SCAtNU PERSONNEL NUMBEK OF DOCTORS DtlMS Buffalo-Where But At A-State? tudents Pick A Queen For any big event, beauty is an absolute neces- sity, and Arkansas State ' s student body chose some of its most beautiful girls to reign over its 1965 Homecoming festivities. A number of campus organizations nominated girls for queen, and a panel of judges narrowed the field down to five before allowing the students them- selves to vote on their queen. Miss Betty Stein- siek, a junior from Jonesboro, was the final choice. Other finclists, who served in her court, were Mary Ellen Erwin of Little Rock, Kay Lynn Coleman of Jonesboro, Diane Halsell of Blythe- ville and Barbara Thompson of Wynne. REFRESHMENTS were served during the judging, giving these girls a chance to relax and compare notes before the finalists were announced. The Building Of A Winner Those who have built a Homecoming display know what work really is. The winners know that the price is worth paying to see their efforts rewarded. The losers may feel some frustration but realize that they did not work for nought. At the left is the half-finished display which eventually brought home a first place trophy for Pi Kappa Alpha. The Alpha Gams (lower left) start to put the finishing touches on their display. Below, two girls are busily stuffing napkins, one of the most tedious of all jobs. It ' s time for a break at the Sigma Phi Epsilon display (lower right). 1 And It Was Done By noon, almost all the work was done and the results bright- ened the campus. Pi Kappa Al- pha ' s display (above) captured first place in the mechanical division, while Lambda Chi Al- pha ' s " From A-State With Love " (right) took second. In the stationary with lights divi- sion, Alpha Omicron Pi ' s " Esco Indians " (upper right) won top honors. Alpha Gamma Delta took second with " Shock ' Em Pink " (lower right). The Agri Club was first (lower left) in the stationary without lights divi- sion. Then Came The Big Day After a hectic, fun-f riled week, Homecoming Day finally came around, seemingly anti-cli- mactically. The royalty was honored before the game, and the game itself seemed to drag a little on a sunny but windy fall afternoon. The Indians downed Murray State in an offensive duel that included four touchdowns. From that point, however, the suspense built until the announcement of display winners was made at the dance in the Reng Center. 34 PRE-GAME CEREMONIES featured the parade of the A-State royalty, crowning of Queen Betty (right) and the presentation of Miss Arkansas, Nita Vanhook (above). A Queen Is Crowned; Indians Topple Murray; Winners Celebrate There is nothing like a Homecoming. Old friends come back to see their Alma Mater and visit with their old classmates, now juniors and seniors and also ready to face the world. At Arkansas State, Homecoming is really special — friendly and familiar faces greet strangers all over the campus, and the displays leave the campus with a sort of carnival atmosphere. Newcomers wonder why many of the students walk around feeling the excitement that is all around them. Few realize that, for some stu- dents, Homecoming Day is only the climax of a long and tedious week of preparation. INDIAN TOUCHDOWN brings even Queen Betty and her court to their feet as the home team pushes toward victory. TENSION BUILDS as Jim Watson, SGA vice president, and Betty Steinsiek prepare to announce the winners of the display trophies. ALL SMILES are these Pikes upon winning first place for their homecoming display. A SIX-POINTER for A-State propels Chief Big Track and his horse around the football field. Campaign Strategy Makes Campus A Clown Town PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES sit and shift and shift and sit as they participate in the KASU Campus Forum. TENSION BREAKER Bill Ennis, past SGA president, reads the results to the campaigners. Tension gripped the A-State campus as students scurried to the polls to cast their votes in the Student Government Asso- ciation ' s election last spring. Preceded by a week of frenzied electioneering;, ' climaxed by. a campus forum, the campaign culminated in a presidential run-off between the candidates of the incumbent party, the New Deal, and the students ' New Frontier. The campus, dot- ted with posters, stickers, bulle- tins and fatigued party mem- bers, then experienced but a brief lull before plunging into the final race for the highest SGA position. Even though the election was more gruelling than usual, the victors, as well as the losers, emerged with new political perspective. NO DANCING, just busy talk characterize this rally. Candidates are in suits. Leaders Take One of the most unique events of the year is always the Leadership Retreat, held at Walcott State Park each spring with most of the newly chosen campus leaders attending. The purpose of the retreat is to give the students an insight into the problems they will face as campus leaders. To The Hills All newly elected or named campus leaders are given an opportunity to at- tend the retreat. A busy schedule is set up for them during the two-day event, including talks by most of the heads of the administration, guest speakers, question an d answer periods, singing, recreation and amusement. ADMINISTRATIVE HEADS relax and enjoy a lull in activities just prior to going before the " firing squad " in a question and answer period. ON THE BALL with his answers, Dean Moore is always the target of many questions. LISTENING INTENTLY to Dean Moore and Miss Stroud, students learn much about the campus. STARVING STUDENTS swarm the chow line, which is handled by outstanding senior leaders and administrators. LXA, Alpha Gams Capture " Little 500 ' Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and Alpha Gam- ma Delta sorority took top honors in last spring ' s LXA pushcart race, the " Little 500. " Phi Mu sorority captured first place in the tri- cycle division of the event, which has been held for the past seven years. Reigning as queen of the " Little 500 " was Susie Hyslop of Poplar Bluff, Mo. WINNING SMILES ore seen on Anne Curtiss (on tricycle) of Phi Mu, Bob Koch, David Young, Sonny Bishop, Jarnes Miller (in cor), all of LXA; Queen Susie Hyslop; Jo Ann Bridges and Jean Hartung (standing), Nita Vanhook and Carolyn Little of AGD. DISASTER STRUCK the AOPI ' s car so they borrowed one from Alpha Gamma Delta. BIG PUSH from Sonny Bishop gave James Miller and LXA ' s " Dangaroo 77 " a victory ROYALTY for the event included Marilyn Brown, Nancy McGennis, Mary Ellen Erwin, Sue Warren, Charnelsa Schisler, Queen Susie Hyslop, Bonnie Willett, Pat Carter, Jeanne Jeffrey, Jackie Vowell and Barbara Thompson. Time Of Sadness One night in May traditionally marks the culmination of four years for Arkansas State stu- dents. Graduation night marks the end of a final, event-filled senior year, one which will never be forgotten by most of those who fill out the countless number of forms, attend all the various social events and pre- pare themselves for the future years by staying up all night studying for the " big test, " which may determine whether you go to summer school to fin- ish. Graduation is a time of sad- ness for seniors. FEATURED SPEAKER lost spring was Dr. Waldo Stephens. WAITING IN LINE for the last event of their college careers are nearly 500 A-State students who graduated in last spring ' s ceremonies. 41 BEANIES, BEANIES and more beanies signify that 1,931 freshmen are here. Dean Moore instructs State ' s largest class in history. Freshmen Stretch A-State ' s Seams Easily recognizable throughout the cam- conducted with administration and pus and the town during the fall semester selected students assisting. Meetings were every year are the red beanies " atop the also held once each week during which young pointed heads " of the freshmen of representatives of the various departments Arkansas State. With an enrollment of discussed their fields of specialization and 1,931 this year ' s freshman class broke all answered questions. A street dance was previous records, bringing the total school sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, enrollment to 5,080. To acquaint the An opportunity to meet the administra- newcomers with college policies and re- tion was offered at the President ' s Recep- quirements, a week of orientation was tion. ' BUT SIR! I know, " says one freshman, " that this wasn ' t described in the bulletin. ' Indian Band A standing ovation welcomed the Marching Indians as they made their second appearance at Busch Stadium in a St. Louis Cardinal halftime show, which was broadcast over national net- works. The invitation to appear for the second straight year was indicative of the quality and outstanding showman- ship the Indian band has attained. Under the direction of Don Minx, the group is now 120 musicians strong, the largest total in the history of the band. Drum Major John Erwin led the band in its many, versatile half-time per- formances, and Mary Catherine Neal, the head majorette, led her line in col- orful routines. A large number of the Marching Indians was composed of freshmen. At the conclusion of the marching season, awards were present- ed to two outstanding freshmen. . lit ' FEET FIRST, Drum Major John Erwin woos every crowd with his fancy maneuvers. TUNING UP just before t he end of the first half, the Marching Indians prepare to put on another fine performance. Marches On ALL EYES are directed toward the f ■ eld when the Indian band moves into an intricate marching formation. 45 PEP RALLIES give the A-State musicians a chance to let their hair down and concentrate on making noise Indian Band Has Other Responsibilities MARCHING INDIANS really get a chance to march in the annual Jonesboro Christmas parade. SPECIAL APPEARANCES don ' t come very often because of the expense of traveling, but when they do, the Marching Indians really shine. IN ANY CONCERT John Alexander ' s trumpet proves to be one of the best sounds anywhere. 47 VICTORY SMILES ere radiated by winners after their announcement by Jan Harrell as winners of the AGD talent competition. SHOWMANSHIP plus talent spelled victory for Dick Walker as he placed first with a medley from " The Sound of Music. " Competition Stiff UNIQUE TWIRLING and modern dance combination, climaxed by a sword dance, won second place for Mary Catherine Neal. CAPTURING THIRD were Dan Stracner and and LXA ensemble with " That Great Gettin ' Up Morning " and " Try to Remember. " IrffE 4 8 in LETTERMEN STYLE — The TKE trio move the audience with their rendition of " Come Back Silly Girl " and " When I Fall In Love. " In AGD Talent Show Competition was friendly but stiff as 13 entries vied to place in the Alpha Gamma Delta benefit talent show. Folk music, dramatic readings and modern dance versions were among the talent entries offered for the judges ' evalua- tion. Jan Harrell served as emcee for the event, and trophies were presented to the winners by Cathy Smart, AGD president. Receiving first place was Dick Walker, sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon. Second place was awarded to Mary Catherine Neal, sponsored by Phi Mu, and a Lambda Chi Alpha ensemble captured third. Each number was cap- ably presented by the young artists, thus making the evening both enter- taining for the audience and profitable for Cerebral Palsy children, the group for which the talent show was staged. PERFECTION requires deep concentration as shown by Linda Johnson ' s performance of " Cumana. " FOLK MUSIC and guitar accompaniment by David Dunham proved to be a popular entry. 49 WINNING combination admires the trophies with Mary Anne Bartlett, mistress of ceremonies (second from right). Pictured are Dan Stracner, Jill Valenteen, Margie Holt, Carolyn Bailey, Lon Simmons, Ann Curtiss and Mary Catherine Neal. Phi Mu And LXA Actors Capture Playhouse Win Dramatic roles were assumed by the Greeks as they competed in the annual Phi Mu Play- house. The masques of comedy and tragedy were well represented as the sororities and fra- ternities pooled resources to produce five one- act plays. The winning production, " Why I ' m a Bachelor, " was staged by Lambda Chi Alpha and Phi Mu. Written by Conrad Seiler, the play was a humorous satire on married life depict- ing a couple before marriage and again after two years of " wedded bliss. " Individual acting awards were also presented to the outstanding actor or actress of each play. Playhouse pro- ceeds were sent to S.S. Hope, a hospital ship which trains doctors and helps the needy. WEDDED BLISS led to a near miss in the winning play offered by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and Phi Mu sorority. DRIFTWOOD, " A Thing of Beauty, " is admired by Curt Murray Gnd Bob Blair in the Alpha Gam-Sigma Pi Play. HELLO, OUT THERE was presented by the AOPi ' s and Sig Eps, with Ann Reid and Barry Tubbs in the lead roles. 51 ' J. B. ' Tops All Records Sophistication and a higher intel- lectual plane were introduced by the Arrowhead Players in J.B., their first production of the year. The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama de- picted the biblical story of the " Book of Job " and revolved around the concepts of good and evil. The outstanding performances and the quality of the play contributed to a record-breaking attendance, mak- ing J.B. the most popular produc- tion presented at A-State. TWO ADMIRERS vie for the affection of a young girl with a questionable reputation. REASSURANCE is given by J. B. (John Beason) to his wife (Martha Cooper) in an emotional scene from the drama 53 Who ' s Who In American Colleges And Universities BARBARA THOMPSON, an English major, has been a member of Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Featherpens and SGA. A member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, Bar- bara has been Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart. BECKY HENDERSON is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority and served as head cheerleader. A journalism major, Becky has been a member of the Indian and Herald staffs. PAULA BELL, a special education major, has served as president of Tau Beta Sigma and vice president of the Phi Mu sorority. She has also been active in the music department as a member of the Marching Indian Band, con- cert band and wind ensemble. JOHN ALDERSON has been active in the SGA, presiding as freshman orientation chairman this fall. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Kappa DAN SUMMERS accomplished the rare feat of being named to the first-team Little All-Americcn two con- secutive seasons. Dan is a physical education major LINDA ULMER has demonstrated leadership in the SGA and on the AWS board. She has been a member of Alpha Gamma Delta, WAA, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, French Club, Lambda lota Tau, the Indian Staff and Young Republicans. Linda ' s honors include Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart and Homecoming Maid. She is an English major. ANN CURTISS, an elementary education ma- jor, served as president of Phi Mu sorority this year. She has been a member of the SGA, Presi- dent ' s Roundtable and Young Democrats Club. SALLY LU BAKER is president of the AWS and second vice president of the SGA. An elementary education major, she is a member of Phi Mu sorority, ROTC Honorary Cadet Colonel, President ' s Roundtable, WAA and SNEA. She has also served as Statesmen Sweetheart. JIM PARDEW has been co-editor of the Herald this year and a mem- ber of the advanced ROTC corps. He is a former president of Tau Kappa Epsilon frater- nity and a past SGA senator. CHARLES R. WILES has been a mainstay in the journalism department, serving as associate edi- tor and sports editor of the Herald. He was also sports editor of the Indian, News Bureau assistant and Herald business manager, all for two years. An SGA representative, Charlie has held three offices in Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. NITA KAYE VANHOOK, in addition to reigning as Miss Arkansas, has served as Panhellenic president, AWS vice president, cheerleader and ROTC Honorary Cadet. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, SNEA, Alpha Sigma Upsilon and Alpha Lambda Delta. Other honors include Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl and Homecoming Maid. DAYTON KELLER is a member of the SGA, Circle K, Delta Tau Alpha and Agricultur- al Engineers Club. As a member of Tau Kap- pa Epsilon fraternity, Dayton has been ac- tive in intramural ath- letics and the Inter- Fraternity Council. BRENDA WELCH has been an active member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, the Indian and Herald staffs, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Lambda lota Tau and the KASU staff. 56 DELORIS ROBINSON is presi- dent of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. An art major, she has also been active in Lambda lota Tau, the Indian staff and National Art Education Asso- ciation. JIM WATSON, an ac- counting major, is the vice president of the SGA. Jim, a member of Alpha Kappa Psi and Cherokee Men ' s Coun- cil, was instrumental in the organization of the Statesmen. Who ' s Who In American Colleges And Universities CAROLYN SWINDLE is president of Lambda lota Tau and vice president of the Panhellenic Council. She has also been active in Featherpens, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, AWS, WAA, Choral Union, Band, ASC Singers and Indian Staff. She is an English major. JERRY McAFEE, SGA president, has also been active in the agriculture department. He is a member of the Agri Club, Plant Science Club, FFA and is active in the Mo-Ark District of Circle K. Who ' s Who In American Colleges And Universities MARCiA HARRELL has served on the AWS Executive Board and President ' s Roundtabie. She has been a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, Alpha Lamb- da Delta, Alpha Sigma Upsilon and Fea- therpens. Marcia has represented A-State in several beauty contests. CATHY SMART has served on the Panhellenic Council as president of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority this year. She has been a member of the SGA, Indian staff, Featherpens and the Marching Indians. I RONNIE RODGERS is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Phi Beta Lambda, na- tional business frater- nity. Ronnie has served as Sig Ep president this year, and he has been active in the SGA. i ) 1 RICHARD SHELTON, a journalism major, has served the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity in the office of president this year. Richard has also been active in the military science depart- ment. SHARON COOPER, a physical education major, has been active in the Physical Education Majors ond Minors Club. She is a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, WAA and AWS. LEON SWIHART, a horticulture major, has been active in campus politics and is former vice president of the SGA. Leon served as president of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity during his TOMMY O ' CONNOR has been active in the music department as a member of the A-State Dance Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, Wind En- semble, MENC and the Marching Indian Band. JOHN MASTERSON has served as editor of the Arrow, A-State literary publication. An English major, John is a member of Alpha Psi Omega, Lambda lota Tau, Featherpens, Beta Beta Beta, Young Republicans and Mod- ern Language Club Nita Kaye Becomes Miss Arkansas HOT SPRINGS ' beautiful new audi torium was the site of the pageant DISPLAYING CURVES that won her local award, Anne scored well in swimsuit. PARADING BEAUTY, Marcia Harrell, rides through the Spa in the pageant parade. Five Arkansas State beauties competed last summer in the Miss Arkansas Pageant at Hot Springs. The girls and their titles were: Phyllis Rutherford, Miss A-State; Nita Kaye Vanhook, Miss Newport; Jan Watkins, Miss Jonesboro; Marcia Lee Harrell, Miss Crittenden County; and Anne Griffin, Miss Phillips County. Al- though Rhonda Oglesby, Miss UofA won the coveted title, she later resigned, the first run- nerup declined the crown, and Nita Kaye, who was second runnerup, became Miss Arkansas. Phyllis got A-State off to a good start on the first night of the pageant by capturing the preliminary swimsuit award. Despite numerous technical difficulties in the city ' s new auditor- ium, all five girls from A-State represented their school very well. FIRST NIGHT winners, Rhonda Oglesby, left, and Phyllis Rutherford, right, with Miss Arkansas WITHOUT A DOUBT, Nita Kaye was a favorite from the beginning, second only to Rhonda Oglesby in a section of the state which adores Razorbacks. GREETING JAN on the first day of the exciting week is Mort Cox, former Chamber of Commerce official. PHOTOS by Roy Ockert Jr. 61 Miss Sharon Manning, Jonesboro Second Alternate Linda Wyatt Jonesboro y ft t% EVENING GOWN competition was won by Chornelsa Schisler of Jonesboro, number 1 1 in the lineup of A-Stote beauties. New Miss A-State Chosen A few tense moments, and then a new Miss A-State was named. Judges had 15 well-endowed coeds to choose from, and they selected Sharon Manning, a blond sophomore from Jones- boro sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha. A-State ' s Miss Arkansas entrant is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She played the piano and danced for her talent. LOVELY Nancy Kemp of Hot Springs models in the evening gown division. wm SHARON ' s smile and envious figure helped her capture the swimsuit trophy and the Miss A-State title. MEDLEY from " Sound of Music " was presented by Connie Smith. ALL EYES of males in the audi- ence were undoubtedly directed to the stage during this time. " CANT SAY NO, " bare- footed Cathy Crow sings as her part in the talent division. 65 OFFICIAL OPENING of the Miss Arkonsas Pageant last summer in Hot Springs was the parade in which Nita Kaye rode as Miss Newport. ..1 f | A -State ' s Own Miss Arkansas What ' s it like to be Miss Arkansas? " It ' s a dream you might think about but never really believe it can come true, " says Nita Kaye Vanhook of Newport, Miss Arkansas of 1966. Since she was officially crowned in the fall of 1965, the blond beauty has made countless public appearances at pageants, conventions, open- ings and other events in all parts of the state. Nita also took part in the Cotton Bowl parade and the Christmas light- ing of the State Capital. An elementary education major, her busy schedule has forced her to delay graduation a semester, but A-State ' s men don ' t mind. NEW QUEEN accepts her crown and a bouquet of roses. MISS ARKANSAS is presented during Homecoming festivities by Jerry McAfee. A Time To Be Happy i " Tis the season to be ]o!ly " rang out all over the A-State campus early in December as everyone prepared to celebrate the most important of all holi- days. The Reng Center was bedecked in an elaborate dis- play of lights and trees, and other decorations carried out the Yule tradition ell over the campus in readiness for the arrival of St. Nick. REIGNING ROYALTY at the AWS St. Nick Dance, George Kennedy and Carol Coleman, are presented gifts by Mary Ann Bartlett. SORORITY SUITES reflect the season of good will through the decorations showing in the suite windows. 69 Sororities ' Rush All-Week Affair For A-State ' s fraternities, rush week is a relatively easy time when compared with the rush week the sororities on campus go through. Instead of simply having to plan and prepare for just one party, each sorority organizes three, all in a five- day span. Despite its drudgery, the girls always look forward with enthusiasm to the week. Rush : Lifeblood Of Fraternity I One of the keys to the survival of any college fraternity is its rush program. Without a good rush effort at all times, the chapter will soon wither and die. At Arkansas State, the five fraternities go all out during rush week, and some fabulous rush parties and many fine pledge classes have been the results. Outstand- ing speakers, good music, plenty of food and lots of pretty girls are the ingredients which go into the making of rush week one of the most entertaining of the year. A PROVOCATIVE SERVANT GIRL (Joanne Mason) attempts to melt the dignified exterior of a pompous army officer (Art Stewart). Shaw Satire Staged By Drama Division A SOLDIER receives a pretentious greeting. ARMOROUS ACTIVITIES of Raina (Connie Smith) caused turmoil for her overtly noble family. When an escaped enemy soldier breaks into the bedchamber of an aristocratic girl, the event — and the rumors cir- culated about it — lead to the chaotic events in George Bernard Shaw ' s " Arms and the Man, " the second pro- duction of the year for the Division of Speech and Drama. In this famous satire, Shaw exposes heroism and pomp as ludicrous facets of 19th century European life. Although the play has comic undertones, it displays Shaw ' s talent as a social critic. SHREW-LIKE statements of a domineering wife ruin the calm of a table conversation. Lettermen Woo A-State Echoing applause and shouts of " more " followed the final encore of the Lettermen, well- known singing group which serenaded A-State last fall be- fore an audience of 1,350. Billed as the number one col- lege attraction, the Lettermen were brought to the campus by the SGA. Their songs and an- tics thrilled listeners of all ages. ENTHUSIASTIC audience brought out the best in the group, which later expressed delight in the crowd. Lecture Concert Series MUSICAL EFFORTS of the Luboff Choir delighted the audience after its equipment was unloaded. Draws Capacity Crowds 78 Featuring a number of outstanding speakers and entertainers, the third annual Lecture Concert Series was a success again. Making appearances at A-State in the series were author Vance Packard, folk singer Jimmy Driftwood, psychologist Dr. Murray Banks, the Norman Luboff Choir, John Chancellor, direc- tor of the U.S. Information Bureau, and Dr. Kenneth McFarland, business consultant. FULL HOUSES have been common occurrences for the Lecture Concert programs. HUMORIST and psychologist Dr. Banks kept the crowd laughing with his speech, " Stop the World- I Want To Get Off. " ADMINISTRATORS Dr. Smith and Dean Moore talk with Vance Packard after the author ' s speech. INFORMATIVE REMARKS on the Viet Nam crisis by John Chancellor, former television newsman, highlighted an educational evening. DR. RENG and Dr. Banks enjoy the comforts of a lounge in the student center. ORGANIZATIONS SWEETHEARTS, chosen each year, are traditions with A-State fraternities. Greek Life — A Myriad SORORITY SISTERS often take part in fraternity Of Human Experience activities. In this case, three Alpha Gams help out at a rush party. GREEK-SPONSORED events, such as the TKE Fingerbowl, produce avid fraternity and sorority participation. leading yells at the Fingerbowl. PEP RALLIES, on important focal point of Greek activity, bolster team morale as well as fraternity spirit. A pledge stumbled Into his 8 a.m. class after staying up all night working on a Homecoming display. His sweatshirt, bearing Greek letters, was smeared with paint, and his beard was two days long. " I wonder, " he asked himself, half asleep, " if it ' s worth it. " All Greeks ask them- selves that occasionally. But they never have any trouble answering it. The Greek way is a memorable part of their lives; they love it, despite the frustration and anxiety. For it ' s also a way of spirit and sentiment. Gasping activity and quiet pride. Competition, some- times good-natured, sometimes vehement. And the unique intimacy of belonging, sharing the same ideals, building memories with people who, someday, will remember, too . . . and care. mi m ... M STUDY SESSIONS are not unusual since Greeks realize the importance of scholarship. " PROTEST DEMONSTRATION " by AOPi ' s poked fun at some of the common gripes heard around campus. Barbara Thompson Tau Kappa Epsilpn Sweetheart Charrielsa : Schisler Sigma Pi Alpha Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Alpha Gamma Delta began a successful year with Nita Vanhook being selected Miss Arkan- sas. Barbara Thompson was chosen Homecom- ing Maid, while Nita Vanhook represented AGD as cheerleader and Ouida Jackson served as majorette. Joanne Bridges was FFA Sweet- heart, Alicia Goacher was LXA Crescent Girl, Mignonne Wilson was Sig Ep Queen of Hearts and Barbara Thompson was TKE Sweetheart. Carol Coleman reigned as Miss Merry Christ- mas. Sandy Manning was selected Honorary Cadet Colonel, with Ouida Jackson a member of the Princess Platoon. Sharon Manning was named Miss ASC for 1966. Alpha Gam had five " organizational president, two dorm pres- idents and five girls selected for Who ' s Who. AGD sponsors a Talent Show each year, the proceeds going to the Special School and Cottage of Hope. ANNIVERSARY BALL was the Spring event that completed the social year. New officers and Alpha Gom Guys were introduced. BARBARA PERDZOCK acts as advisor for the Alpha Gams. Cathy Smart President Mignonne Wilson First Vice President Barbara Thompson Second Vice President Pat Baxter Treasurer Carol Coleman Corresponding Secretary Patricia Goodin Recording Secretary Joanne Bridges Membership Chairman Jeanne Shields Social Chairman 86 Robbie Barron Cecile Brown Barbara Burke Linda Caplinger Cathy Crow D. Denman Patsy Duncan Dianna Dyke Sue Estes Sharon Garner Alicia Goacher Jan Harrell Maraa Harrell Jean Hartung Judy Henderson Judi Hendrix Holly Hilliard Patricia Holly Lynette Hurley Ouida Jackson Jeanne Jeffrey Cindy Middleton Kay Mills Jody Mostyn Martha Nolan Renee Norton Nancy dinger Barbara Pruitt Nita Vanhook Cindy Van Meter Jackie Vowell Judy Allen Nancy Bishop Doris Bone Marilyn Brown Darcy Bunyard Sharon Campbell Susan Christion Lu Ann Clements Marguerite Crawford Linda Douglas Suzonne Grace Brenda Gordon Holly Hall Dianne Halsell Pat Hariow Jahnae Harper Harriet Harris Rochell Hoyden Martha Houchin Cindy Hunter Patsy James Marcia Johnson Beverly Kalkbrenner 1 Jean Keesee Brenda Kinman Jennifer Love Jo Ann Mason Donna McAdams Brenda Merrick Karen Norton Anne Osborne Jill Parsons Helen Polk Judy Ramey Martha Randle Roberta Ray Ann Reid LoRaye Ryan Avis Shearer Janet Sheperd Frances Spaulding Joy Stephens 88 Judy Stewart Karen Thompson Suzanne Truxton Kay Wilbanks Sandy Work Linda Wyatt Alpha Omicron Pi Sigma Omicron Spending a busy year, the AOPi ' s devoted considerable time to philanthropic activities, including the Christmas Seal Drive, St. Jude Hospital benefits, Cystic Fibrosis aid and Heart Fund drive. The AOPi ' s had five girls named to Who ' s Who, four cheerleaders, two major- ettes and nine honorary cadets. The members won first place in tennis, bowling and their division of the Homecoming display competi- tion. They also received the TKE Fingerbowl trophy. AOPi ' s were represented in the Home- coming Court, Miss Arkansas State finals, SGA and fraternity sweetheart elections. A conven- tion of AOPi ' s from Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas was held at A-State March 12-13, during which the 98th chapter of the sorority was welcomed. The year ' s social feature was the annual Rose Ball. HOSTING of Tri-State AOPi Convention vas a big event in the Spring. Chi Omega Omicron Zeta Top honors highlighted the year for Chi O. Chi Omega earned the Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy for their third time in four years. Lynn Coleman and Mary Ellen Erwin reigned as homecoming royalty, while Chi Omega placed third in the homecoming display competition. Becky Scurlock and Connie Jackson served as cheerleaders, and Chi O won the PiKA basket- ball tournament. Mary Ellen Erwin was selected Chi Sigma Sweetheart, and Charnelsa Schisler was chosen Sigma Pi Sweetheart. Mary Ann Quail, Susan Haizlip, May Carol Lieblong, and Ann Galloway were named honorary cadets. Charnelsa Schisler won the formal division in the Miss ASC. Barbara Lynn and Kay Clements became members while Carolyn Barnes was president of Alpha Sigma Upsilon. WHITE SYMPHONY, honoring the new Chi Omega pledges the day they accept their bids, is always dear to remember. MRS. E. C. BARTON serves as Chi Omega personnel advisor. Beverly Warbington President Virginia Williams Vice President Lynn Coleman Secretary Diane Fogle Treasurer Becky Scurlock Pledge Trainer Potsy Pelts Personnel Kay Clements Rush Chairman Barbara Lynn Corresponding Secretary 90 Martha Henry Nancy Hoddinott Meryl Hodge Judy Hodges Linda Kay Hodges Susan Hodges Dianne Horner Carol Rice Beverly Rodgers Charnelsa Schisler Kathy Shurlds Carolyn Southard Sue Lane Stringer Becca Underwood Vickie White Nadi Williams Beatrice Judy Wood Winningham Sue Abernothy Carolyn Bailey Solly Baker Suzanne Ball Carolyn Bardwell Mary Anne Bartlett mm Patricia Beene w TBI Vonna Bell Sandra Booth Wilma Brewer Janet Coneer Janet Collins Betty Steinsiek Lynn Valenteen Pat Ward Bonnie Willett Phi Mu Epsilon Delta Honors and leadership positions received by Phi Mu ' s made this an outstanding year for the sorority. Mary Catherine Neal gave Phi Mu second place in the Alpha Gam Talent Show, and Phi Mu teamed with Lambda Chi to take first in the Phi Mu Playhouse. Phi Mu also won card intramurals and the SPE bowling tournament. Betty Steinsiek reigned as Home- coming queen. Mary Catherine Neal and Carol Rand le d the Indian band as majorettes. Mary Anne Bartlett presided over AWS, Paula Bell served as the first Tau Beta Sigma president and Janet Caneer headed SNEA. Jill Valen- teen and Janet Collins were honorary cadets. Named to Who ' s Who were Sally Baker, Paula Bell and Ann Curtiss, while Sclly Baker, Ann- ette Hanshaw, Sandra Saliba and Connie Smith served on the SGA. TOUCHING MOMENTS of rush are experienced by hopeful rushees as they visit " Forever Ever Land " where they were given a glimpse of the beauty and sisterhood of Phi Mu MARY ANN O ' Dell is the adviser for Phi Mu sorority. Ann Curtiss President Paula Bell Vice President June Wood Treasurer Margie Ray Corresponding Secretary Sharon McGahhey Recording Secretary Sandra Saliba Pledge Director Jill Valenteen Fraternity Education Martha Dupwe Membership Director Lambda Chi Alpha Iota Theta Zeta Scoring a first in its eight-year tenure at Arkansas State, lota Theta Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha captured the intramural football title. The Lambda Chi ' s also took first in the Phi Mu Playhouse, second in the Homecoming display competition and third in the Alpha Gamma Delta Talent Show. Turning in one of the highest grade averages in the history of the chapter, LXA retained the Greek Letter Scholarship trophy which it has held since coming to the A-State campus. Highlights on the social calendar were the Crescent Ball and Founders ' Day, at which Cyril F. Flad, national executive secretary of the fraternity, was the main speaker. Philanthropic activities included maintaining a blood bank and participating in various fund drives. FIRST AMONG men ' s social organizations in scholarship, Lambda Chi Alpha retains the trophy for the seventh consecutive year with a 2.72 overall. Dan Stracner John Erwm Ralph Burns Bill Pruett Roy Ockert Charles Wiles Rush Chairman Pledge Trainer Ritualist Social Chairman Editor Scholarship i t» fcfe Ross Beck Joe Boeckmann Marion Buffalo Mike Burk Jim Callaway Bill Casey FayChappell Wendell Chitmon Alan Clark Bob Clark Ronald Clark Clark Daviss John Dickson Jim Fowler Elbert Frazier Richard Gaines « m mm v Floyd Hicks Maurice Hitt Andy Hooper Russ Harrington 7 Vaughn Jerome Bobby King Clyde Knight Robert Koch Brent Linebarier David Lyttle H « Bo McAllister Gary McGrew Marion Meredith James Miller Steve Mitchell Harry Moore 4 4V 1m tifc. Phil Newkirk David Norns Robin Reynolds John Phelps Farrel Roberts Dana Ryan Jim Bob Shipman Lon Simmons Ricky Smith Gene Williams David Young 95 Galen Adams v » | Robert Bardwell Robert Berkley Jim Tom Bell Larry Blackwel Lloyd Boutwell Dan Buckley Danny Clements Greg Cooper Baxter Cone Jerry Crim Skipper Crumrin Charlie Dennison Max Bobbitt Jim Brown 4 Robert Gladney Terry Gwin Richard Haley Slayden Hunt Bill Jamison Jim Jastrzemski Jerry Kincade Charlie Kruse Steve Lockhort Bob McEvoy Robert McLean Dalton Markin Stan Martin Max Metcaif Jim Miller i! Mike Mitchell Brian Mullen Jack Nail Bill Pagano Virgil Peyton J im Poe m I M mm Buck Powers Ron Reese 4 Tom Robertson Jim Rogers David Sewell Jerry Shue Howard Slinkard Rod Sparks Art Stewart Benny Winford Joe Whitaker David Wood Dennis Zolper 96 Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Theta The Delta Theta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha celebrated its 18th anniversary this year. The Pikes participated this year in the Alpha Gam- ma Delta Talent Show, the Phi Mu Playhouse and sponsored something new on campus, the PiKA " Little Olympics. " One feature of the intramural sports was the annual PiKA All- Greek Basketball Tournament, in which frater- nity and sorority teams competed for their division trophy. Climaxing the year ' s social events was the annual Dream Girl Dance which is held each spring. At this time the PiKA Dream Girl is announced. This year ' s Dream Girl is Jan Watkins. Another highlight of the Pikes ' year was their taking first place in the Homecoming display contest. HOMECOMING display winners beam with pride after accepting their trophy at the post-game dance. John McClung Bill Perkins President Vice President Sammy Elardo Bobby Laird Earnest Miller Gary Thomas Mike Kelly Tommy Spencer Secretary Treasurer Conductor Historian Pledge Trainer Rush Chairman 9 7 Sigma Phi Epsilon Arkansas Gamma Arkansas Gamma of Sigma Phi Epsilon had a year full of honors. John Alderson, Ronnie Rodgers and Leon Swihart were selected for " Who ' s Who. " Dick Walker won first place in the AGD Talent Show. Marvin Zimmerman represented the A-State IFC at the National Interf raternity Conference in Washington D C. Four Sigs Eps served on the SGA — Ronnie Rodgers was treasurer, Mike Gibson was sena- tor, Jerry Hitt was representative and John Alderson served as freshman orientation chair- man. The fraternity hosted a banquet honoring new A-State faculty members. Sig Eps collected $500 for the Heart Fund and gave a Christmas party for underprivileged children. Mignonne Wilson was announced as the chapter sweet- heart at the Queen of Hearts Ball. SIG EP MEN gather around their new color television for an evening with BATMAN while their mascot reigns in the background. Scotty Bell Butch Boyd Randy Boydston Ed Bradford Charlie Burr Steve Clark v . V; Ronald Durham Van Ellis Butch Eskridge Roger Everett John Frew John Gardner J Jerry Hitt Richard Holeyfield Mike Holland Bobby Justus Gary McBryde Jerry Moody Ken Morgan Jimmy Norris Tim Norton Gary Davis J PR. f-J 1 Mike Gibson Jimmy Holl Richard Parenti Steve Plummer James Merritt Ronald Powel Terry Pross Gary Pugh Robert Robinson Michael Roeder Larry Rose Jerry Rogers Mike Rowland Tony Skogen 4, Charlie Washom David White Tony Wilkie Ed Wooley Ed Wortham Leon Swihart Mike Taylor Ken Thomas Fred Tisdale Barry Tubbs Bill Ursery Dick Walker Tim Wargo 99 William Biggers Kenneth Blades Robert Blair James Bonds Walter Boster Joe Brewer Tony Cariaco John Carter r Gerald Cunningham Phil Dawson Ronald Dent Melvm Dudley Denver Dudley Robert Eaton Bill Etter Dwaine Glenn John Gould Gordon Green Pete Gregson Ronnie Haynes Ronnie Henson Junior Higgins Jackie Ray Howell Tim Keone Roger Keorby Bill Keedy 4£ George Knott Van Knowlton Philip Lamitma Ransom McDoniel Curtis Montgomery Curt Murray Larry Poole Kin Ray James Sanders Don Schoenborn Robert Schoenborn Gary Scott Marion Seay Larry Taylor 1% Wayne Thompson Walter Surprise Ernest Webster Terry Wicker Bruce Williams 100 Sigma Pi Alpha Pi Alpha Pi chapter of Sigma Pi became the first national fraternity on campus in 1948. Active in intramurals and other campus activities, the Sigma Pi ' s held a softball tournament in the Spring. With the help of the Christian Child- ren ' s Fund they continued to be foster parents of an orphan girl in India and held a Christmas party for orphan children. Awards were given to the pledge with the best scholarship, Bill Biggers; the member with the best scholarship, Ronnie Haynes; the outstanding member, Kin Ray; outstanding pledge, Dennis Gilmore. President ' s Award was given to Bill Keedy. Sigma Pi Fraternity held a Parent ' s Day and Founders ' Day. The annual Beatnik Party and the Orchid Ball were the year ' s social high- lights. INTERMISSION gave guests a moment to catch their breath at the Sigma Pi Orchid Ball. 101 Tau Kappa Epsilon Beta Psi Beta Psi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was named runnerup in scholarship of TKE in the small college division at the international con- clave in Canada last summer. Jim Pardew, Richard Shelton and Dayton Keller were named to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. Tekes were represented in top leader- ship positions with editor of the College Herald, District Lt. Governor of Circle K, activities chairman of the SGA and high ranking officers in ROTC. TKE placed first in Greek League Intramurals in 1965. They sponsored the an- nual banquet honoring the football team and Dutch Noe, who was named the outstanding senior on the team. Keeping with the Christmas spirit the Tekes collected canned food for the Goodfellows to distribute to the needy. REAL LIVE action is to be found at the TKE Fingerbowl or any of the Tekes ' other activities. Richard Shelton Norman Sward President Vice President Bob Walker John Watson Jim Pardew Paul Mugge George Kennedy Dayton Keller Secretary Treasurer Historian Sergeant-at-arms Chaplain Pledge Trainer 102 1 1 I John Bauscher Bob Baxter Wode Berryhill Mike Berta Tony Boblack Lotus Brawntly Mickey Bridger David Burns Sk. ItSi John Cameron Jim Campbell Bryan Caplinger Van Christopher Tommy Davis Ben Davidson Bruce Dietsche Eddie Dozier Charles Dryer John Duff Richard Duke Joe Elmore Spencer Elrod Ron Faulkner John Ford -4 John Geis John Goldsmith Malcolm Griffin John Frets Larry Haynes John Hicks Bill Hightower Cecil Hoi i field Kirk Howard Hubert Jamison Hank Jordan Sid Johnson Tommy McGee William Mills Ed Phillips Tommy Reese Danny Ritchey Dick Ritchey Butch Richardson Ed Rickus 1 « W - . Bob Ross Bruce Sanderson DickTiptor. John West 103 Roger Sample Charles Skyrme Gary Smith Gary DeWayne Wayne Snipes Smith Kenneth Starnes James L. Tidwell Roy Lee Wood 104 Cherokee Men ' s Council Cherokee Men ' s Council proposes to bring a closer bond between married students and A-State. In carrying out its proposal, CMC participates in numerous activities. Homecom- ing proved to be a victorious season for the Cherokee Men. Their display won third place in the mechanical division and Betty Steinsiek, whom they sponsored, won the coveted crown of Homecoming Queen. The CMC is in its seventh year in existence. It is believed to be the only club of its kind in American colleges and universities. Recreation is stressed but the major emphasis is placed on scholarship. Paul E. Wildy President Bill Provence Vice President Lorry Deal Secretary Charles Stricklm Reporter SHIP AHOY! Indian Galleon sees victory for the Indians and CMC. The display won third place. r o f our TR? ST lf.f to 105 STM — (front row): Roby Scucchi, Rodney Harris, Paul Buchanan, Nicholas Curtis, Buddy Waddill, Hugh Greene, Bob Misenhiemer, Bill Beach, Bobby Brown, James Harbin, Kelly Scobey, Andy Stovall, Charles White, Allen Rhodes, James D. Pugh, Richard Gorellick; (second row): Max Red- mond, Conlcy Williams, Eddie Russom, Robert Evans, Ronald Vondran, Steve Jones, Roger Brown, Bill E. Bailey, Alan Thornbrough, Rick Black, Larry Wright, Russell O ' Banion, Jerry Merell, (third row): Ronnie Adkisson, Troy Dale Garlin, Truman Jefferson, Jimmy Spence, Chuck Wisdom, Jim Gould, Danny Gorman, Rick Hall, Bobby Reynolds, Roy F. Sherman, David Martin, Tom Stevens, James C. Redmond, John H. Young, Jack Cox, Roy E. Thomas, John Ed Lowe, Bill Ennis, Dr. J. Ed Bennett, James Jensen, Edwin Hicks, Larry Boling, Gary Wright, Glenn Patton, H C. Walker, James Hudson, Harold W. Fuller, Happel Terrell. Statesmen Build With Progress The Statesmen, originally organized for non- greeks to have a chance to participate in sports activities, have become one of the most outstanding groups on campus. They contri- bute each year to worthy charity projects, in- cluding donations to the Goodfellows and the Craighead County Rest Home at Christmas. They take an active part in campus social functions and this spring sponsored their first annual dance. STATESMEN show Christmas Spirit while caroling the girls in their dorms. LIVELY ENTERTAINMENT is provided for attentive rushees. 106 Wonder what is holding their attention? CHI SIGMA — (front row): David Flatt, Lmdel Hutson, Jerry Butler, Jerry Schaeffer, Guido Hassin, Sandy Stanfield, Joe Blades, David Dunham, Danny Harris, Ronald Cohen, Charles Harris, (second row): Mr. Leon Raney, Bill Risby, Wesley Miller, Bruce Jackson, Steve Griffin, Gary Smith, Richard Bishop, Mike Gilmer, Louis Meyers, Karl Schwemmer, Sammy Faught, Bill Gardner, Nickey Snow, Marvin Hampton, Ken Hartsfield, Dr. Dennis Rhodes; (back row): Freddie Buhrmester, Henry Foster, Brad Nelson, Danny Long, Lemoyne Polston, Bruce Moore, Robert Mustam, Ron Brewer, Johnnie Kirk, Gary Parker, Danny Faulk, Dwayne Faulkner, Larry Smith, Richard Hoessli, Howard Kirkindall, Roger Ferguson. Arkadians Continue To Seek Charter Taking another step toward a charter from Sigma Chi Fraternity, the Arkadians changed their name to Chi Sigma. With the support of Sigma Chi alumni associations in northeastern Arkansas, they hope to achieve their goal in the near future. Chi Sigma has as its main purpose the improvement of school spirit, be- ing named runnerup for the school spirit award last year and winner this year. Highlighting last year ' s activities was the first Arkadian Ball at which Mary Ellen Erwin was chosen sweetheart. HAPPY Chi Sigma proudly accepts spirit trophy. ROARING TWENTIES party delights rushees. 107 PRESIDENT of the SGA this year has been Jerry McAfee of Monette, an agriculture major. 108 ■ ft SECOND VICE PRESIDENT was filled by Sally Baker, an elementary education major. Voice in directing affairs on the A-State campus is made through the Student Government Association, the highest organization of student government. Op- portunities are open for students to make their opinions known through this medium, and thereby they receive valuable training for future responsibilities as citi- zens. In addition to student government training, the SGA also brings famous personalities to the campus each year. This fall an appearance by the Lettermen, a popular professional trio, was sponsored by the SGA Other social opportunities are provided through such SGA sponsored activities as dances. FIRST VICE PRESIDENT was Jim Watson. SGA Trains Future Citizens DANCES sponsored by the SGA, whether for election purposes or just entertainment, usually attract large crowds. STUDENT SENATE — (seoted): Becky Scurlock, Carol Jane Brown, (standing): Marcia Johnson, Mark Crow. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS — (seoted): Frances Jo Griffin, Pat Hansen; (standing): Vic Vaughn, John Phelps. Work Accomplished; Entertainment Provided REPRESENTATIVES — (seated): Dons Rob inson, Susan Christian, Barbara Thompson, Mary Ann Quail; (standing): Jerry Hitt, Mike Bollendorf, Buddy Spears, Mike Skyrme, Charles Wiles, Charles McNutt, Bill McNutt. 1 10 BOOKSTORE CHECKS are being prepared for distribution by SGA officers. The Bookstore which buys and sells used books is a major SGA project. APPOINTED OFFICERS — (seated): Ronnie Rodgers, treasurer; Jeanne Shields, publicity; John Alderson, freshman orientation; (standing): Day- ton Keller, activities; Ken Payne, bookstore manager. Being a cheerleader at Arkan- sas State requires a number of special talents. Each girl must be pretty, intelligent, have a strong voice and be able to take defeat as well as victory. Many long hours of practice go into the " simple " yells students hear. BECKY HENDERSON Blytheville Captain A-State Cheerleaders BECKY SCURLOCK Jonesboro Co-Captain DIANNE HALSELL Blytheville NITA KAYE VANHOOK Newport JOANNE MASON North Little Rock CONNIE JACKSON Majorettes One of the prime reasons for the success of the Marching Indian Band has been the front line of beautiful and talented majorettes. The girls work overtime in the summer and fall in preparation for their many performances during the year. MARY CATHERINE NEAL West Memphis Head Majorette JEAN KEESEE Malvern Feature Twirler JANIE WILSON Marianna OUIDA JACKSON Jonesboro DIANNE BRUNNER Marked Tree EVEN GIRLS have a chance to get ink on their hands while working on the Herald. The Herald, Weekly Record Of Student Ideas Tex Plunkett is a good-natured guy who doesn ' t have an ulcer, even though a sign on his desk reads: ULCER DE- PARTMENT. The weekly worries of putting out a college newspaper are enough to get both Tex and his editors down. But somehow, each Friday, they always emerge unscathed. Whenever the flow of copy is slow on Monday morning, Tex displays a furrowed brow and wonders if his student reporters are going to come through. " Some- times it looks as if we aren ' t going to make it, " Tex ad- mits. And then, after prodding and a few whispered oaths, the would-be journalists produce the State College Herald — and leave a little of themselves blazoned on the news- print. And whether it ' s read or used to ' wipe up a spilled coke in the Teepee, the Herald is out ... on time. " HOW DO YOU SPELL IT, PAT? " Editing and checking copy is part of a journalist ' s job, and Tex knows a dictionary often is an editor ' s best friend. I State Co c£ £ JF— S;. O JR, jg CO-EDITORS James Earl Franks and Jim Pardew peruse the weekly masterpiece These two wield the cutting scissors that frustrate copy writers. EDITORIAL EDITORS Bob Reynolds, Willis Campbell and Paul Buchanan moke sure Dean Moore isn ' t offended. SOCIETY EDITORS Sue Kelley, Pat Montgomery and Becky Hender check out the campus gossip. PAGE ONE EDITORS (seated) Dick Clifford, Joe Elmore, Richard Shelton, (standing) James Coy, Victor Dickson, Dickie Duke and Andy An- derson wonder why copy wri- ters didn ' t learn to spell in high school. SPORTS EDITORS Roy Ockert, Jimmy Wilder and Charlie Wiles see to it that the jocks are well- publicized. ANNOUNCERS Gary Jones, Lynn Farr and Rich Carvell learn to watch what they say when the mike switch is on. KASU, Campus Life Gets A Voice The haiftime was nearing and the Indians were trailing on the scoreboard. Charles Rasberry ' s voice was slightly melancholy as he described the game into the KASU microphone. When the second half brought an A-State scoring streak, however, Rasberry ' s tones became ex- cited while he announced the play-by-play above the roar of the fans. He signed off the broadcast with: " This is the Indian sports net- work. " Live coverage of athletic events is only one of many services provided by KASU-FM, Arkansas State ' s student-operated radio sta- tion. News, music, campus lecture programs, informative interviews and special events are included on the KASU broadcast slate. A work- shop for radio journalism majors and minors, the station gives students an opportunity to exercise end practice technical skills learned in the classroom while keeping the A-State stu- dent body well-informed. NEWSROOM ACTIVITY for the KASU staff is sometimes rather hectic. Copy for the station is provided both by student copy writers and by news wire services such as the Associated Press. 1 16 Choral Division Achieves Goa ls ASC SINGERS presented the initial " Feast of Carols " concert during the Christmas season. This was the first full concert to be presented by this group, and it will become a tradition. Dreams have been realized, and new goals have been set by the rapidly expanding choral division. Within two years two additional groups, the Madrigals and the Concert Choir, have been formed, raising the choral department from bear minimum to an overall choral program. The formidable reputation acquired by this department was highlighted in the spring when the Concert Choir was one of 12 chosen from over 300 groups to sing at the national convention of the MENC. Of this select group A-State and the University of Oklahoma were chosen to present a joint concert at the American Choral Directors Association convention. MADRIGAL SINGERS — (seated): Victoria Urton, Frances Reasons, David Lyttle; (standing): Patty Wells, Bill Hendrix, Linda Pock, Bob Bailey, Liz Hooker, John Porter, Paulette Croft, Howard Vollberg, Jackie Rives, Jerry Chilcutt, Pat Ward, Dan Urton. CHORAL UNION — (front row): Patsy James, Frances Griffin, Sarah Carter, Saundra Hill, Suzanne Puff, Janet Collins, Betty Bickford, Liz Towles, Patti Medress, Joanna Spades, Mary Austin, Kathy Wingo, Betty Hudgens, Rebekah Flannigan, Susan Crafton, Sue Brewer; (second row): Wanda Moore, Eva Horton, Carolyn Lusk, Barbara Burk, Donna Hoggard, Sharon Jackson, Debby Elmore, Mary Ruth Marshall, Karen Thompson, Sue Abernathy, Patty Park, Glenda Overfield, Cecile Brown, Jan Rose, Sherry Kittle, Betty Steinsiek, Jackie Rives, Fonda Bishop; (third row): Anita Phillips, Jean Keesee, Victoria Urton, Gayle Goodman, Jeannie Majewski, Pat Huntley, Cynthia Nordeen, Jenni- fer Wood, Judi Hendrix, Connie Gardner, Marilyn New, Margaret Miller, Janie Jones, Ruth Loberg, Betty Carol Burks, Linda Foltz; (fourth row): Nicky Snow, Joe Frances, Lester Prescott, Charles Tankersley, Alan Lentz, Martin James, Howard Volberg, Dick Walker, Dan Urton, David Lyttle, Stan Moore, Pat Curry, Jim Carr, Carlos Summers, David Bingham, David Massey, Rocky Fielder, Bob Bailey, Russ Boyd, Vilas Elder, Bill Byrd, Larry Graddy, Richard Bishop, Leo Kieffner, Jim Hartzel; (back row): Jim Shackleford, Gary Stickler, Floyd Ramsey, Claude Rutherford, Victor Loftus, Roger Ferguson, Gary Hercher, Hollie Farris, Vaughn Jerome, Paul Elledge, Gary Winters, Jim Carter, Ronald Durham, Gary Clark, Tom King, Bill Hendrix, Danny Ross, Phil Hendrix, Kenny Wood, Jim Stone. CONCERT CHOIR — (front row): Rebekah Flanigan, Nicky Snow, Jean Anderson, Floyd Ramsey, Sarah Carter, Joe Ewing, Sue Fielder, Phil Hendricks, Liz Hooker, Joe Francis, Janet Collins, Bill Hendricks, Frances Reasons, Ronald Durham; (second row): Betty Carol, Jerry Chilcutt, Jean Majewski, Howard Vollberg, Victoria Urton, Jim Arnold, Tommie Taylor, Dick Walker, Linda Pack, Russ Boyd, Suzanne Poff, Lester Prescott, Betty Bickford, Dan Ross, (back row): Gordon Williams, John Erwin, Robert Bailey, Wanda Moore, Dan Urton, Sandra Saliba, John Porter, Martha Henry, David Lyttle, Paulette Croft, Kenny Wood, Eva Horton, Vilas Elder, Anita Phillips, John Welch. PRACTICE is essen- tial to a good perform- ance. The Madrigal Singers, a popular se- lect group which sings with more freedom of expression, rehearses prior to a concert. 120 RELAXATION prior to o concert relieves tensions and contributes to a more satisfactory performance. The Singers rehearse before a presentation, but have a few minutes of their own. ASC SINGERS — (front row): Patty Park, Melinda Sanders, Kay Ross, Karen Thompson, Frances Glorioso; (second row): Pat Montgomery, Sharon Jackson, David Gardner, Donna Hoggard, Jo Anne Spades; (third row): Barbara Burke, Cathy Crow, Gary Stickler, Frances Griffin, (fourth row): Mary Austin, Debby Elmore, Tom Robinson, Sandra Hill, Wilma Newsom, Joy Dunn; (fif th row): Patti Meddress, Melinda Sanders, Ronald Dur- ham, Connie Smith, Cecile Brown; (sixth row): Cynthia Nordeen, Gary Winters, Jim Hartzel, Dennis Riddle, Sherry Kittle, (seventh row): Linda Foltz, Vaughn Jerome, Ross Beck, Roger Glaze, Connie Gardner; (eighth row): Paula Kemp, John Frew, Jim Pepper, Charles Tankersley, Patsy James; (ninth row): Ruth Thompson, Harry Moore, Jim Carr, Kelly Parks, Mary Lee Bowers; (back row): Jackie Rives, Carlos Summers, Rocky Fielder, Gene Crafton, Norma Mullen. .• lip i i .« s j Mm .ill! »» " • Open to ai! agricultural majors and minors, the Agri Club is the main club of that depart- ment. In addition to be- ing the largest depart- mental club, it is the oldest club on campus, having been founded in 1917. AGRI CLUB — (front row): L. N. Hochstetler, Tom Stevens, Carroll Duckworth, William Nicholson, Wayne Allgood, Marvin Gore, William T. Biggers, John Baker, Charles Lewis, James Bingham, Jerry F. Prince, Larry Burks; (second row): James L. Davenport, W. D. Foreman, Tom Taylor, James McFarlm, Tommy Bradley, Tommy Gaines, Stanley Barnes, Joseph R. Schunk, Dick Bethune, Charles Rodgers, John Mayfield, Doyle Reddick, Cary Myers, Sammy D. Atwell, Syd Peebles; (back row): Bob Bradley, Leon Crittenden, Luther Stokes, Thomas Fortner, John Fortino, Buddy Cook, Tim Wargo Jr., Stephanne Hollis, Richard Roth, Dale C. Madden, Max Whitfield, Jerrell Lesley, Harold Riggan Jr., Robert McGruder, Earle Pope. BLOCK BRIDLE — (front row): Larry Burks, Robert McGruder, Conley Williams, Charles Rodgers, Louie Dunn, Doyle Reddick, Harry Caldwell, Richard Roth, Larry Jackson; (second row): Eddie Hubbell, William D. Foreman, Roland Waggoner, Phil Gurley, Glen Sivils, Syd Peebles, Mike Skyrne, Tommy Smart, Tom Fortner, Charles Raglin, John Mayfield, Mike Crowder, Kenny Dunman, James H. Keene; (back row): Donald V. Via, L. N. Hochstetler, Earle Pope, Jerry Moody, Clarence Duckworth, Dean Branscum, Ronnie Clement, Keith Crowder, Jerrell Lesley, Harold Riggan Jr., Joe Davidson, David Pratt, Cary Myers. f .Tf ' • 1 ! f i f ' Hi ' «! Block and Bridle Composed of animal husbandry majors, the Block Bridle Club co- operates with the Agri Club in staging the an- nual rodeo. Another event sponsored by this group is a yearly high- school judging contest. Alpha Tau Alpha This national honorary provides a professional fraternity for vocation- al agriculture. The aim of the honorary is to provide a professional spirit in the teaching of agriculture. ALPHA TAU ALPHA — (front row): Dr. 0. P. Nail, William Nicholson, John Baker, James Walling John Neel; (bock row): Wayne Allgood, Bob Bradley, Ronnie Vatts, Carroll Duckworth Stanley Barnes Haskell Kelley. Agri Engineer Club Members of the Agri Engineers Club have an opportunity to view ex- perimental stations in this area. A further purpose of this club is to present technical pictures, films and lec- tures to students in this field. AGRI ENGINEER CLUB - Herman F. Williams, Phi - (front row): Sammy Flagg, James Bingham, Harry Dennis Downing; ip Feeney, Todd Allen, John A. Atwill. (back row): DELTA TAU ALPHA — (front row): Wayne Allgood, Dale Madden, May Wiffield; (bock row): Elvis Mor- ris, James L. Davenport, Gene Griffin. Delta Tau Alpha This honorary scholas- tic and service frater- nity is open to all agri- cultural majors classi- fied as juniors or sen- iors. To qualify, a stu- dent must have a three- point grade average in his major field. Alpha Kappa Psi Composed of outstand- ing male students in the School of Business, Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest national profes- sional fraternity. A- State ' s Epsilon Omicron has won various na- tional awards. ■Hi ■ Hi ALPHA KAPPA PSI — (front row): Fred Robinson, L. M. Dinsmore, John Alderson, Denver Dudley, Donald Spencer, Joseph Johnson, Tom Burch; (second row): Joe Zug, Ira Pyron, Charles Burr, Roger Everett, Max Bobbitt, James Arthurs, Travis Jackson, Steve Jones, Jerry Worlow; (back row): Ron Decker, Charles Yauger, Roland Mullins, Charles Washam, Sam Smith, Jerry Merrell, Bob Laird, Dave Aubel, Gaylin Thompson, Mickey McSpadden. ALPHA KAPPA PSI OFFICERS — (front row): Don Etnier, John Gould, Bill Trout, Norman Williams; (bock row): Dave Taylor, Jack Henson, Walter Sweet, Jim Watson. Alpha Kappa Psi Officers Alpha Lambda Delta To promote intelligent living and a high stand- ard of learning and to encourage superior scholastic attainment is the purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta, Fresh- man Women ' s Honor- ary Scholastic Organi- zation. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA — (front row): Bonnie Bledsoe, Margaret McDonald, Marietta Jerome, Barbara Pruitt, Kay Parks, Pat Montgomery, Ann Galloway, Eleanor Lane, sponsor; (bock row): Carolyn Kueter, Mor- cia Carter, Mory Catherine Neal, Patsy Duncan, Rose Nell Wise, Bonnie Jean Pollard, Christine Schleu ' ss, Pat Schwamb, Jean Hartung, Mary Ann Quail, Peggy Stroud, sponsor. ALPHA SIGMA UPSILON — (front row): Carolyn Swindle, Marcia Harrell, Barbara Thompson, Nita Kaye Vanhook, Brenda Welch; (back row): Peggy Stroud, Joy Dunn, Carolyn Barnes, Barbara Lynn, Nancy House. Sue Kelley, Becky Little, Marietta Jerome. Alpha Sigma Upsilon A local honorary organ- ization for senior wom- en, Alpha Sigma Up- silon membership is based on scholarship, leadership and service. To be eligible for mem- bership, a 3.2 overall plus 10 activity points are required. 125 American Chemical Majors in chemistry or chemical engineering are eligible for mem- bership in the Ameri- can Chemical Society. Meetings are centered around student or guest speakers, films and field trips. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY — (front row): Carol Coleman, Chrystal Leimer, Sue Green, Linda Crist, Margaret McDonald, Joyce Mann, Sharon Manning, Judy Lynch; (second row): Robert Saunders, Bill McNutt, Floyd Tanner, Robert Cowles, Wesley Pillow, William Ponder, Paul D. Gwinup; (third row): Dewey Sifford, Jo- seph Pennington, (fourth row): David Johnson, Gary Short, Richard Mitchell, Jim Barrow, William Smith, Jim Rogers, Eldon Barnett, (back row); Dr. Howard Moore, John Hicks, Gary Parker, Wendell Burnside, Dr. Edward Bennett. ARROWHEAD PLAYERS — (front row): Jean Etoch, Libby Jacks, Mary Stickford, Bonnie Wittlock, Ann Reid, Virginia Watson, Janet Shoemate, Jan Harrell, Liz Hooker, Joan Klotz, Linda Ray, Marcia Carter; (second row): Suzanne Poff, Kathie Barr, Cora Drake, Saundra Sims, Jackie Rives, Linda Burnett, Martha Cooper, Susan Christian, Jan Watkins; (back row): Dave Ritchey, Lewis Jacks, Ron Durham, Steve Plummer, Frank Whaley, Art Stewart, Jim McCain, Lynn Farr, Bill Henderson, Tom Spencer. Arrowhead Players Offering entertainment for the young and old is a major func- tion of the Arrowhead players. Hard work brings applause, which is climaxed by acting awards presented at the annual spring ban- quet. Arrow Staff In the promotion of creativity and imagina- tion of students, the Arrow staff publishes a literary magazine spon- sored by Featherpens. Contributions are ap- proved by staff and ad- visor. ARROW STAFF — (front row): Karen Salley, Sue Kelley, Pam Fuhr, Pot Montgomery; (back row): Sam Gen- nuso, Mike Gibson, Marvin Zimmerman, Eddie Dunavant. Featherpens Featherpens is com- posed primarily of English majors and minors Besides spon- soring the Arrow, Featherpens holds writing contests in the spring. Showing popular films is a major activity. FEATHERPINS — (front row): Jeanne Simpson, Sandra Jones, Marcia Carter, Karen Salley, Pat Montgomery, Sharon Clements, Pam Fuhr, Barbara Pruitt, Sue Kelley, Mignonne Wilson; (back row): Sam Gennuso, John Gould, Mike Gibson, Jerry Merrell, Marvin Zimmerman, Jim Callaway, Steve Plumer, Eddie Dunavant. LAMBDA IOTA TAU — (front row): Sharon James, Barbara Thompson, Jean Tilley, lola Jones, Pat Harlow, Marcia Harrell, Deloris Robinson; (back row): Linda Ulmer, Mrs. Elizabeth Neeley, Carolyn Swindle, Brenda Welch, Jeanne Simpson, Sue Kelley, Elizabeth Love, Becky Lyttle, Bobby Davis. Lambda Iota Tau Lambda lota Tau, hon- or society for students of literature, proposes to give recognition and promote excellence in the study of literature. Requirements include a 3.0 average in 12 hours of literature and 2.5 overall. AWS Board Composed of a presi- dent, officers of each dormitory and off-cam- pus women officers, the AWS Board serves as the governing body for all women students. AWS also sponsors the St. Nick Dance. AWS BOARD — ■ (front row): Carol Beth Coleman, Nancy dinger, Mary Anne Bartlett, Marilyn Mabrey, Virginia Hastings; (bock row): D. Denman, Karen Salley, Kay Sharp, Jean Hartung ; Linda Sutton, Margie Ray, Pat Montgomery. BETA BETA BETA — (front row): Carol Coleman, Ronald Jockson, Dr. A. E. O ' Donnell, Troy Garlin, Sam Shanlever; (second row): lola Jones, Johnny Buchanan, Rodney Harris, Earl Hanebrink; (back row): John Cal- houn, Mike Williams, Ron Haynes, William Byrd. Beta Beta Beta Biology majors and minors with a 3.0 aver- age or better qualify for membership in Tri- Beta. The purpose is the promotion of schol- arship, scientific knowl- edge and biological re- search. Circle K Using beauty as a theme in all its activ- ities, Circle K sponsors the Miss ASC Contest and the campus beau- tification week, during which a Miss Campus Beautiful is selected. CIRCLE K — (front row): Charles Keller, Jim Gould, Bob King, Don Henry, Bob Misenheimer; (back row): Gene Overall, Troy Garlin, Larry Wright, John Watson, Norman Sword, Robert Gill. Future Farmers America Sponsoring high school FFA days on campus, providing judges for the annual judging day and preparing agriculture education majors for positions as sponsors of high school chapters are a few activities of FFA. 129 FFA — (front row): John Baker, William Nicholson, Wayne Allgood, William Biggers, James McFarlin, Stanley Barnes, Joseph Schunk, Dr. Olen P. Nail; (second row): Stephonne Hollis, Tommy Bradley, Galen Nelson, Tommy Gaines, Lorry Glass, Robert Montgomery, James Sentinal, Marvin Gore; (back row): John Neel, Haskell Kelley, Tom Taylor, Carroll Duckworth, Bob Bradley, Ewell Heath, Buddy Couch. Gamma Beta Phi Gamma Beta Phi is a collegiate organization of National Honor So- ciety and Beta Club members, who strive to further their academic achievement by various programs and discus- sions on urging higher scholarship. GAMMA BETA PHI — (front row): Johnnie Ford, Nola June French, Beverly Rodgers, Judy Wood, Sharon Clements; (second row): Judy Pope, Bev Glenn, Edna Ellen Yancey, Sue Brewer, Lanay Watson, Jimmie Hamrick, Jerry Ann Wyatt, Phyllis Giles; (back r ow): Ronald Harris, Howard Wortham, Eleanor Kirks, Michael Johnson, Billy .Royce Tarplay. Graphic Arts Keeping up with the latest developments in printing and stimulat- ing student interest in the graphic arts field are the main objectives of the Graphics Arts Club. GRAPHIC ARTS — (front row): Robert Kern, Bob Ruff, Richard Linsky, Keith Meharg, Dick Clifford; (second row): James Clayton, Jerry Palmer, Jerry Sansing, Gil Johnson, Jon Braswell; (back row): Ray Osburn, Larry Hunter, Mickey Hines, Richard Haley, Vincent Gordon. IFC — (front row): John Walpole, Jim Goad, Dayton Keller, Richard Shelton; (back row): Marvin Zim- merman, John McClung, Lee Ziegenhorn, Paul Madden. I F C Active for the first time since ' 58, the council participated in the Na- tional Fraternity Coun- cil in Washington, D. C. Besides enforcing rush rules, it prints a fraternity brochure. Kappa Delta Pi National honorary for field of education, the purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intel- lectual and personal standards. A 3.0 is nec- essary for membership. 1| KDPI — (front row): Miss Lillian Barton, Kay Chitmon, Larry Clowers, Brenda Welch, Dr Poul Couch second row): Lois Johns, Reta Vaughn, Jeanne Simpson, Mrs. Paul Couch, Alene Burnside, Almond Hervev ! (bock row): Beverly Bruce, Jo Ann Allbright, Valerie Thornton, Trudy Stone, Clara Holt Ethel Jean blledge. X « 11 KAPPA KAPPA PSI — ■ (front row): Hollie Farris, Paul Elledge, Gary Hercher, Jim Pepper, James Clem, Jerry Raborn, John Alexander, (second row): Gary Clark, David Emery, Roger Ferguson, Victor Loftus, Peter Kluge, Tommie Gambill, Dan Ross; (back row): Clive Collins, Richard Bishop, Donald Robbins, James Fielder, Larry Graddy, Larry Smithee, Jim Carr, Alan Lentz. Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi, men ' s honorary band organization, promotes the welfare of college bands and honors out- standing bandsmen. It was founded nationally on November 27, 1919 KME — (front row): Ron Clark, Nancy House, Kay Compbell, Glenna Clarida, John Basinger; (second row): Connie Henry, Joyce Mann, William Livingston, Joan Shewmaker, Nancy Sigler, Paul Mugge; (back row): Joan Harris, Janet Lieblong, Carolyn Southard, Patsy Duncan, Joy Stephens. Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon, an honorary math frater- nity was installed last year. Requirements are 3.0 in 12 hours or more of math and a 2.5 over- all. Their programs fea- ture developments in math. Kappa Pi Kappa Pi endeavors to stimulate higher schol- arship, to promote an art interest among col- lege students and to know the work of other students through exhib- its. It is a national honorary. KAPPA PI — ■ (front row): Heather Rust, Carolyn Powell, Mary D. Stickford, Bonnie Willett, Paulette Petty; (second row): Leonard Farley, Ann Reid, Lucinda Garcia, Susan Orosz, Bobby Means, Dianne Waldheim, Phyllis A. Braun; (back row): Peter Kluge, Garry Reeves, Jimmy Gillentine, Bobby Esquire, Roby Scucchi, Bob Nelson. Le Circle Francais Le Circle Francois, the club for French stu- dents, promotes inter- est in its monthly meet- ings by speakers, films, and projects. Its pur- pose is to increase in- terest among its mem- bers. LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS — (front row): Karrey Fairly, Bonnie Pollard, Alice Mayfield; (bock row): Tony Boblack, William Womack. MEDICAL ARTS — (front row): Don Henry, Linda Dale, Lanoy Watson, Sherry Dix, Gary McGrew; (bock row): Clarence Brand, Robert Gapin, Ernest Farabee, Richard Formby, Dr James Stevenson, George Car- gill, Lorry Hardin, Dean Long, Dolf Payne, Richard Wenham Medical Arts Club For students interested in the medical arts field, it is organized to better acquaint mem- bers with the medical community and its functions. It is new on campus this year. 132 Music Education National Council Promoting leadership and fellowship among the music majors and minors and providing opportunities for fun and intellectual stimu- lation in the field of music, the MENC plays an important role in the life of the Fine Arts student. MENC ■ — ■ (front row): Hollie Farris, Danny Ross, Gary Clark, Bill Hendrix, Ronald Durham, James C. Shackelford, Thomas King, Ross Beck, Jim Hartzel, Victor Loftus, Roger Ferguson; (second row): Linda Foltz, Joy Dunn, Eva Horton, Donna Hoggard, Betty Bickford, Frances Reasons, Sue Abernathy, Betty Carol Burks, Sarah Carter, Saundra Hill, Tommye Taylor, Susan Crafton, Alan Letz; (third row): Dick Walker, John Erwin, Pat Curry, Stan Moore, Carl Summers, Jim Furr, John Porter, Alvin Lane, David Lyttle, Kenny Wood, Tommie Gambill, Don Robbins, Dan Urton, Howard Vollberg, David Emery, Joe Francis; (bock row); Nicky Snow, Fonda Bishop, Mary Ruth Marshall, Renee Norton, Jean Keesee, Betty Steinsiek, Sandra Saliba, Margaret Ann Miller, Ruth Loberg, Victoria Urton, Carole James, Rebekah Flannigan, Mary Elizabeth Beck, Jim Pepper, Phil Hendrix, Jerry Chilcutt, Lee Breytspraak, Richard Bishop. NAEC — (front row): Mary Ellen Scarborough, Phyllis Braun, Mary D. Stickford, Marguerite Crawford, Sherrie Rushing; (back row): Susan Patterson, Tim Kellett, Gary Joe Reeves, Al Heimsoth, Jr., Richard Ward. National Art Education Council Organized for art edu- cation majors and min- ors, this club special- izes in acquainting and preparing them to be teachers in art. They create the fantasy heads used in the an- nual Christmas parade 133 Club Composed of students majoring or minoring in physical education, this divisional club cen- ters meeting programs around speakers and group sport demonstra- tions. PEMM — (front row): Sandra Leiting, Sue Leathers, Carolyn Bentley, Karen Kelly, Kaye Robinson, Sue Howell, Jonna Stotts, Dot Bailey, Vesta McNeeley, Judy Haws, Cassandra Herring, Linda Lester; (second row): Karen Coverdale, Freda Cypert, Patsy Scott, Rebecca Downing, Sheila Jarman, Nancy Cole, Margie Holt, Cindy Hunter, Jo Ann Green, Dianne Halsell, Lynn Valenteen, Marilyn Mabrey, Fran Cothren, Judy tomey; (third row): Eva Gossett, Monte Kaye Ward, Everette Smith, Bill Ennis, H. C. Wallace, Buddy Spears, tilly Remmert; Gary Lambert, Dane Hatley, Steve Patton, Bill E. Bailey. PI GAMMA MU — (front row): Dr. Huitt, Linda Dacus, Ann Lucas, Marylin Allstadt, Glenna Collier, Mary Anne Langley, Kay Sharp, (second row): Timothy Ross, Edgar Kirk, Pat Ellebracht, Bob Yates, John Osomach, John Garofas, Durwood Cooper; (back row): Dr. Donaid Konold, Chester Stewart, Robert Thomp- son, Dr. James Gnner, Gilbert Millar, Dr. Donald Wells, Larry Clowers. Pi Gamma Mu Honorary social science fraternity, Pi Gamma Mu, requires a 3.0 av- erage in twenty hours of social science. Being co-sponsor of the White Christmas program and meeting to discuss cur- rent affairs are among their activities. Panhellenic Council Making rush rules and enforcing them is the major function and lar- gest task of Panheflen- ic. Following closely the rules of National Pan- hellenic, the group pro- vides guidance for A- State ' s four sororities. PANHELLENIC — (front row): Cathy Smart, Ann Curtiss, Nita Kay Vanhook, Beverly Warbington Delons Robinson.. Carolyn Swindle; (bock row): Sharon MeGahhey, Jill Valenteen, Mary Ann Quail Miss Pegqy Mroud, Kay Clements, Jo Ann Green, Nancy Olinger. Pi Omega Pi A 3.0 average in busi- ness education and 2.0 in other subjects is nec- essary for membership in Pi Omega Pi, honor- ary business education fraternity. Undergoing a pledging period is a prerequisite for mem- bership. PI OMEGA PI — (front row): Mary Burks, Carletta McDonald, Glenda Cowart, Nolo French; (bock row): Mary Tinsley, Mignonne Wilson, Sharon Garner, Elizabeth Boyd, Miss Collins. PLANT SCIENCE — (front row): Robert Bardwell, Luther Stokes, Jerry Rodgers, James Thomas, John Fortino, (second row): Rodney D. Hexem, Leon Crittenden, Dick Bethune, Sam Atwell, W. C. Mills, A. W. Tennille; (back rowJ: bene Griffin, Bill Davis, L. B. Keller, Tim Wargo, blvis Morns, Buddy Clark. Plant Science Club Composed of agronomy and horticulture majors and minors, the Plant Science Club became affiliated with the American Society of Agronomy in the fall. I President ' s Roundtable Providing an opportun- ity for student leaders, faculty and administra- tion to exchange ideas, the President ' s Round- table is composed of presidents of all cam- pus organizations. They meet periodically to discuss campus affairs. PRESIDENT ' S ROUNDTABLE — (front row): Annette Hanshaw, Ann Galloway, Jean Hartung, Beverly Maddox, Caryn Hutchinson, Mary D. Stlckford, Pauline Clampit, Kay Clements, Carolyn Barnes; (second row): Jim Goad, Paul Madden, John Baker, David Cady, Bill McNutt, Robert A. White, Jim Pepper, Joe Boeckmann, Guido Hassin, David Dunham, Bernard Sranfield; (third row): William D. Foreman, Jerry Mc- Afee, Ronald Clark, Charles D. Keller, Rick Hall, Stanley Barnes, Sammy Atwell, Michael Johnson, Jon Braswell, John Waipole; (back row): Robert Mustain, Larry Graddy, Wayne Madison, Victor Dickson, Robert Pettengell, John Phelps, Jim Callaway, Larry Clowers, James P. Landers, Roy Ockert. SPANISH CLUB — (front row): lola Jones, Gloria Hemingway, Edmundo J. Deshon Jr., Barbara Smith, Sharon Tilley; (back row): John Fortenberry, Jerry Felts, Dr. Adolfma Wupperman, Alberto Fernandez, Ramiro Gurdian. Spanish Club Native dinners, guest speakers and colorful programs give the Spanish students inside knowledge of the coun- try and help them prac- tice the language. i Tau Beta Sigma Women ' s music honor- ary, Tau Beta Sigma, honors outstanding women in the band for technical achievement and appreciation of music. Its purpose is to promote the existence and welfare of the col- lege band. TAU BETA SIGMA — (front row): Barbara Burcham, Sharon Gill, Allison Denham, Sorah Carter Renee Norton, Betty Bickford, Joy Stephens, Mary Catherine Neal; (bock row): Pat Glover Patricia Huntley Carolyn Lusk, Ruth Loberg, Margaret Ann Miller, Alma Konold, Paula Bell, Betty Steinsiek, Suzanne Poff ' Ann Galloway. WAA — (front row): Lynn Valenteen, Janice Robinson, Cindy Hunter, Jody Mostyn, Jeannie Shields, Dianne Halsell, Kay Wilbanks, Jo Ann Green, Monte Kay Ward; (second row): Louise Stotts, Sue Howell, Sharon Cooper, Dot Bailey, Vesta McNeely, Pat Carter, Judi Hendrix, Judy Ramey, Sandy Work, Nancy Olinger; (third row): Mary Ann Quail, Judy Haws, Karen Kelley, Bonnie Whitlock, Pat Hansen, Sandra Higgins, Karen Conerdale, Rebecca Downing, Sandra Jones, Patsy Scott, Marjorie Holt; (fourth row): Susie Prime, Frances Jo Griffin, Peggy Owens, Judy Wood, Sheila Jarman, Linda Lester, Susan Smith, Joyce Sauer, Evalyn Jo Johnson, Marian Jenkins; (fifth row): Carolyn Butler, Janie Walker, Carol Rice, Nancy Kemp, Marcia Nolan, Barbara Thompson, Donna Barner, Carolyn Bentley, Carolyn Kelly; (sixth row): Mary Kinard, Carolyn Southard, Judy Chandler, Bette Brcshears, Alma Moore, Carol Coleman, Sandra Vangilder, Nancy Cole, Judy Hillis; (back row): Marilyn Mabrey, Jill Parsons, Van Gore, Carolyn West, Linda Ringo, Karen Batterton, Kay Clements, Frances Cote, LaRose Cartwright. Women ' s Athletic Association The Women ' s Athletic Association encourages physical fitness and participation for all women students. It sponsors an intramural program for all Greeks and independents and gives c wards to the winners. 137 Democrats Informing and ac- quainting ASC students with the Democratic platform and candi- dates keeps the YDC busy on campus. It also takes an active part in the state politics by taking trips and invit- ing speakers to the campus. YOUNG DEMOCRATS — (front row): Sue Kelley, Silvey Jones, Linda Allen, Lynn Coleman, Mary Ellen Erwin; (second row): Ransom McDoniel, John Cox, Dewayne Faulkner, Ronnie Dent, Henry Foster, Nobby Chaihand, Joe Boeckmann (back row): Larry Gilbert, Bill Jowers, Tom Akers, Curtiss Rogers, Mark Brenke, Paul Buchanan, Gene Williams, Maurice Hitt. YOUNG REPUBLICANS — (front row): Charles Reeves, Gary McGrew, Alan Clark, Jim Boatner, Larry Gilbert, (bock row): Bob Misemheimer, Russell O ' Banion, Chris Wade, Victor Dickson, Tom Fortner, Bill Wood, Jim Allbright. Young Republicans Recently reorganized, the Young Republicans have been most active. State party leaders have visited the cam- pus and plans are be- ing made for future elections. YRC backs a two-party system. Chi Alpha Chi Alpha is a religious organization for the Assembly of God. It was organized primar- ily for the religious and social fellowship of As- sembly of God students on the A-State campus. CHI ALPHA — (front row): Linda Hubbell, Carolyn Winemiller, Ellen Newman, Linda Whitt, Mary Tinsley; (bock row): Don Whitt, Eddie Hubbell, James Furr, Jimmy Gillentine, Rev. Joe Wilmoth. Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon is a re- ligious organization af- filiated with the Church of God. Recently or- ganized, its weekly meetings consist of films, discussions and prominent guest speak- ers. KAPPA EPSILON — ■ James Tinney, F. L. Ramsey Sr., Floyd Ramsey, Katherine Cline. MISSIONARY BAPTIST — ■ (front row): Pat Glover, Roberta Ring, Ann Nicholson, Lois Watson, Charlene Thomas; (second row): George Raley, James Counts, Linda Pheits, Mary Ann Hastings, Gaye Quails, Alice Buffington, Louise Guthrie, Johnny Borden; (back row): Ronnie Boren, Melvin Landers, James Landers, Danny Self, Hinkle Decker, Harvey Matheny. Missionary Baptist Encouragement of stu- dent participation in religious activities on campus is one purpose of the Missionary Bap- tists. Students gain a better understanding of their religion in this or- ganization. Newman Club An organization for Catholic students, the Newman Club empha- sizes and encourages religious life. A main topic of conversation is Church history and recent ecumenical changes. NEWMAN CLUB — (front row): Pat Montgomery, Betty Hudgins, Barbara Hart, Sandra Leiting, Heather Rust, Pat Hansen, Christine Boblack, Anna Hassin, Frances Glorioso; (second row): William Byrd, Richard Wenham, Margie Ray, Cathy Donham, Barbara Sipa, Becky Bawden, Mary Kelly, Irene Boblack, Susan Orosz, Alice King, Rev. James L. Walters; (back row): Ike Harcourt, C. W. Long, Rick Davis, Charles Bax- ter, Sidney Wurtz, Billy Remmert, Steve Patton, Louis Alpe, Michael Bollinger, Frank Alpe, Samuel Riney, Guido Hassin. Wesley Foundation Offering spiritual gui- dance and a place for Christian fellowship has been the main ob- jective of A-State ' s Wesley Foundation. Sponsoring discussion, movies, and plays are among Wesley ' s many activities. WESLEY — (front row): Rev. B. J. Van Cleve, Beverly Minton, Donna btephens, becky Whitlock, cnns Carless, Pauline Clampit, Carolyn Stone, Linda Varnell; (bock row): John Fortenberry, Richard Linsley, Donald Reaves, Jim McSpadden, Wade Baldwin, Gordon Harmon, Max Whitfield, Billy R. Tarplay, Leonard Bradberry. WESTMINSTER — (front row): Diane Fogle, Lynn Valenteen, Jill Valenteen, Ann Martin, Ann Galloway, Carol Jane Brown; (bock row): Don Ayers, Mrs. William Lane, William Lane, John Young, Fayez Awad. Westminster Fellowship Sunday night supper meetings provide an opportunity for discus- sions by interesting personalities, viewing movies and panel dis- cussions on current topics. This along with Christian fellowship is the objective of the group. 140 Honorary Cadets Gracing the drill field are the honorary ca- dets. Chosen at the an- nual Military Ball, one girl is assigned to each company to help keep up the morale. HONORARY CADETS ■ — (front row): Dionne Halsell, Doris Bone, Sandra Manning, Trudie Gibson, Janet Col- lins, Jill Valenteen; (bock row): Susan Haizlip, Susie Hyslop, Sally Baker (Honorary Cadet Colonel), Jan Wat- kins, Phyilis Rutherford, Joanne Mason, Marcia Johnson, Mary Ann Quail. RIFLE TEAM — (front row): Bill McNutt, Nickey Noel, Kenny Quackenbush, Jimmy Kientz, Jack Kirkwood; (second row): Lester Prescott, Mike Blackwell, Carrel Brown, Van Ellis, Jimmy Gillentine; (back row): Gale Hunt, Paul Stemac, James Jensen, Joel Barker, Jim Gifford. Rifle Team Besides gaining skill in the use of rifles, the rifle team competes with several college teams in the area. Members can earn a col lege sports letter identified by crossed rifles. 141 Those freshmen and sophomores who stand out in military science are eligible for mem- bership in Pershing Rifles, the national military fraternity. Members of this group train cadets not in the club. PERSHING Waggoner, Art Van Ellis, Marvin RIFLES — (front row): Capt. Harry Ennis, Junior Patterson, Gary Wright Susan Haizlip, Bill D.xon Nicky Noel, Ben Rochschieb; (bock row): Joe Coker Bill Fa en, Gary Masterson, Emmons Charles Harvey, Robert Cline, Danny Wheeler, Lou Huffman. SCABBARD AND BLADE — (front row): Larry Boling, John Jennings, Robert Pettengell Samuel Smith, £ Sampton, Michael Back, Thomas Davis, Richard Hartness Paul Phillips; (bock row): Matthews Jim Goad, Robert Bardwell, Dav,d Taylor, Larry Level I, Charles Penter, Steve Jones, Robert White, Robert Schoenborn, Charles Fraley. Scabbard And Blade Scabbard and Blade is the honorary military fraternity for advanced cadets. This group en- deavors to promote the value of military sci- ence training and to become acquainted with military social customs. Counter Guerrillas Organized to acquaint members with guerrilla tactics in warfare, the Counter Guerrilla unit aids in understanding the current needs through programs and field trips. COUNTER GUERRILLAS — (front row): Marvin Hampton, Gary Branch, Charles Smith, James Howler, Doug Luster, Henry Holwell, Larry Davis, Jim Cobb; (second row): Biil Matthews, Steve Murray, Steve Keeton, Charles Penter, Mike Parks, William H. Goad, Hal Smith, Larry Voss, James Shively, Denver Dud- ley, Phil L. Taylor; (back row): Bayard Treneman, Fred Nettles, Larry Grissom, Robert Bennett, Lloyd W. Clark, Myron Mabrey, J. B. Clark, Alvin Lane, Garry Barrows, John P. Geis, Mike Ketchum. DRILL TEAM — (front row): Gayland Craine, Larry Voss, Michael Back; (second row): Linas Roe, John Mc- Cain, David Brunes, Curtis Rogers, L. R. Fraser, Julian Clark, Rick Fallis, Rollie Dickinson, Robert Winston, Kenneth Sanders, John Croom, (third row): Henry Foster, Bruce Jackson, Mike Gibson, James Fowler, Larrv Davis, David Flatt, Ralph Faulkner, Linael Hutson, William Byrd, David Daniels, Llovd Clark. Drill Team Many hours of hard practice are required of the members of the precision drill team Those cadets who qual- ify for this honor per- form with the team at various functions throughout the year. 143 SPORTS DIRECTING ATHLETICS for Arkansas State are Don Floyd, assistant athletic director, and J. A " Ike ' athletics for 20 years. Tomlmson, who has been in charge of Coaches Direct J. A. " Ike " Tomlinson, the senior member of the athletic staff, has completed 20 years as director of athletics. He came to A-State in 1943 as coach of football, basketball and base- ball. " Ike " coached football, led the Tribe ' s basketball teams for four seasons and contin- ues as baseball coach. Moving up to the newly- created position of assistant athletic director, Don Floyd finished his second year with A-State after one year as assistant football coach. He is also tennis mentor. Benny Ellender ended his third year as head coach of Indian football Successful Year with a 6-3 record to bring a three-year total of 15-9-2. The gridiron Redskins bogged down in conference games after a brilliant start. The basketball team headed for the third year by Marvin Speight, also completed a successful season. Coach Speight had a 29-18 record and a tie for the SLC crown in his first two seasons. John Rose gave Speight help with the basket- ball team and also was in charge of track and cross-country teams. Rose took over the track squad, which had met with little success, and made it a major sport at A-State. 146 Every Week, A New Anxiety . f M ML Marvin Speight John Rose Benny Ellender 147 Athletic Excellence Sought By Coaches Able help in competition and during practice was given Ellender by his assistant coaches — Wayne Armstrong, defensive line coach; Bill Davidson, offensive line coach; and Bill Tem- pleton, who took over Floyd ' s position after coaching at B lythevi lie. Armstrong has served four years at A-State. His work with the de- fensive team has earned him quite a reputation for goal-line stands and gave the ' 65 Indians 14-0 and 3-0 shutouts. Davidson produced out- standing teams at Jonesboro and Earle before coming here three years ago. Joining the A- State faculty this season, Templeton is the newest of the coaches. Under the coaching of John Rauth, the golf team fared well in com- petition. Golf and tennis have become increas- ingly more popular sports. John Rauth Bill Templeton Wayne Armstrong Indians Record 6-3 Year Arkansas State 12 Arkansas State 33 Arkansas State 3 Arkansas State 7 Arkansas State 14 Arkansas State 35 Arkansas State 27 Arkansas State 12 Arkansas State 14 Tennessee Tech 7 Florence State 12 Stephen F. Austin Lamar Tech 20 The Citadel Abilene Christian 13 Murray State 13 Arlington State 27 Trinity University 15 All-Confe rence Honorable Mention BILL PAGANO End TOMMY REESE Back EDDIE RICKUS Linebacker DUTCH NOE Center Dan Summers Mike Berta Ail-American; All-SLC All-SLC Linebacker H. K. Reeves Dick Ritchey All-Conference Tackle All-Conference Safety Arkansas State 12, Tenn. Tech 7 A newcomer and a soph sparked the Tribe in its come-f rom-behind win over Tennessee Tech in the season opener at Cookeville, Tenn Tim Keane and Terry Gwin, a junior college trans- fer, made everyone forget that there was a problem at the vital quarterbacking position. Gwin gained 200 yards rushing on 24 carries and scored both of the touchdowns. He also connected on one of two passes for eight yards and set SLC single-game records for most car- ries, most total offense and most yards rushing. Frosh punting specialist Pete Garris set a fourth SLC standard as he boomed out a 73-yard kick and wound up with a 44.8-yard average on five kicks. Tennessee Tech drew first blood on the first play of the second period after block- ing Garris ' punt and recovering at the Indian 21 -yard line. After a 35-yard gain, Gwin faked a sprint-out pass to make the half-time score 7-6. He scored the winning TD on a 23-yard run, which capped an 85-yard fourth-period drive. A-State Tennessee Tech 18 Total First Downs 15 12 First Downs Rushing 13 3 First Downs Passing 1 3 First Downs Penalty 1 225 Net Yards Rushing 188 33 Net Yards Passing 1 1 258 Total Offense 199 6 Passes Attempted 1 1 3 Passes Completed 1 500 Passing Percentage 090 Passes Had Intercepted 6 Number of Punts 8 224 Total Yards Punting 206 37.3 Punting Average 25.8 1 Punts Had Blocked 6 Fumbles 1 5 Fumbles Lost 9 Number of Penalties 3 82 Yards Penalized 35 i ■ ■ iii ' IIH ltd mi HIGH IN THE AIR to snag a Terry Gwin pass, Gerald Jumper picks up a first down on the Tribe 43 during the A-State 85-yard TD drive that won the gome. USING FANCY FOOTWORK, Tim Keane tries to bypass a Tennessee Tech defender while protecting a one-touchdown lead late in the final period. tut ii si it ii » ' ! it t» W ii u m »«»» 14 tttt ii«i ««• llll III! CUTTING WIDE around right end, Billy Joe Boiley struggles to break away from a Florence tackier as Reese attempts to block out another defender. DIGGING IN for needed yardage, Tommy Reese gets caught from behind by a Florence State lineman after racking up enough ground for a first down. Arkansas State 33, Florence 12 Gathering in their second victory of the season, A-State Florence State the Redskins romped over the Florence State Lions 33-12 in their home debut. The win gave 18 Total First Downs 8 A-State a streak of 1 1 games without a defeat, 1 1 First downs Rushing 7 enough to tie an all-time school record. Arkan- 6 First Downs Passing sas State had little trouble rolling past the 1 First Downs Penalty 1 Lions, piling up 351 yards total offensive, but 190 Net Yards Rushing . 118 two serious mistakes cost the Indians both 161 Net Yards Passing Florence State touchdowns. Eddie Rickus got 351 Total Offense 118 State ' s first tally on a four-yard burst and 24 Passes Attempted 9 Terry Gwin ' s five-yard run gave the Indians a 1 1 Passes Completed 14-6 halftime lead. The Redshirts scored their .458 Passing Percentage 000 remaining pointers in the third quarter on a Passes Had Intercepted pass from Gwin to Bill Pagano, a second 5 Number of Punts 7 Rickus touchdown on a 34-yard run and a 48- 209 Total Yards Punting 256 yard pass from Tim Keane to Steve Gank- 41 8 Punting Average 36.6 iewicz. Arkansas State ' s defensive secondary Punts Had Blocked of Bryan Caplinger, Gary Hankins and Dick 3 Fumbles 1 Ritchey played an outstanding game. They 2 Fumbles Lost 1 intercepted three Florence aerials and did not 7 Number of Penalties 6 allow a completion in nine tries. Pete Garris 75 Yards Penalized 78 punted five times for a 41.8-yard average to stop the Lions from obtaining favorable field position. SURROUNDED BY SFA tacklers, Dick Ritchey goes down after running a punt return 18 yards to the Austin 45-yard line. An unidentified tackier gives Ritchey a hand. APPLYING THE BRAKES to Jerry Clemont for no gain at the A-State 41 -yard line, aw sn a Hankins performs a solo tackle. He interce m wl M Cr % a Stephen F. Austin pass on the A-State iilKanSaS O La. IB O, onelateron. A 44-yard field goal by Ail-American Dan A-State Stephen F. Austin Summers presented the Indians with a 3-0 victory over Stephen F. Austin. Summers ' boot, 1 1 Total First Downs 4 which came late in the second period, enabled 5 First Downs Rushing 3 Arkansas State to remain unbeaten in its 12th 4 First Downs Passing consecutive game. The previous win standard 2 First Downs Penalty 1 of 1 1 in a row was set in the 1953-54 seasons 1 16 Net Yards Rushing 15 Outstanding defense and hard knocks featured 58 Net Yards Passing 26 the battle, which saw the Indians stage an out- 174 Total Offense 41 standing goal-line stand. Just before intermis- 15 Passes Attempted 12 sion, Austin pushed to Arkansas State ' s three- 7 Passes Completed 4 yard line, but were held on downs. A pass inter- 467 Passing Percentage 333 ception at the one by Gary Hankins terminated 1 Passes Had Intercepted 2 another serious Lumberjack threat. Stephen F. 9 Number of Punts 10 Austin wound up being checked with only 41 343 Total Yards Punting 435 yards offense. Quarterback Terry Gwin led the 38.1 Punting Average 43.5 Tribe with 49 net yards rushing, while Tim Punts Had Blocked Keane connected on five of nine tosses. Benny 2 Fumbles 5 Winford led the State receivers with three re- 1 Fumbles Lost 2 ceptions, and Pete Garris punted eight times 7 Number of Penalties 7 for a 40.9 average. The Indians also forced 63 Yards Penalized 45 five Stephen F Austin fumbles, recovering two. 156 ALL ALONE, Keane rolls out for five yards to the Lomar 45-yard line with a Cardinal in hot pursuit. Gwin and Reese were out for the game, State ' s first loss of the seoson. Arkansas State 7, Lamar Tech 20 Playing without services of leading rusher Terry Gwin and first-team back Tommy Reese, A- State fell to Lamar Tech, 20-7, at Beaumont, Tex., in a rematch of last year ' s title game. With two of the starting backs out, the Tribe couldn ' t muster enough offensive force to re- lieve pressure on the Indian defense. The loss snapped the Indians ' 12-game winning streak. State jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a short plunge by fullback Harold Wallm and Dan Summers ' extra point After the Indians held the Cardi- nals after a first down at the six-yard line, Lamar came back on their next possession to tie the score at 7-7 on a Phil Primm pass caught by Bernie Alderman. The 7-7 tie brought memories back of last year ' s title bout, but all were shattered when Hal La- Fitte ' s three-yard run gave Lamar a 14-7 lead with only a minute left in the first half Noth- ing but frustration came for the Tribe in the next half as it failed to capitalize on several scoring opportunities. The Cardinals added the final touchdown after recovering a fumble at the A-State 23-yard line. However, the Indians were never out of the game until the closing minutes. A-Stare Lamar Tech 8 Total First Downs 16 5 First Downs Rushing 10 2 First Downs Passing 6 1 First Downs Penalty 61 Net Yards Rushing 263 41 Net Yards Passing 96 102 Total Offense 359 1 7 Passes Attempted 1 2 4 Passes Completed 6 235 Passing Percentage 500 Passes Had Intercepted 9 Number of Punts 2 326.7 Total Yards Punting 82 36.3 Punting Average 41 Punts Had Blocked 1 Fumbles 6 1 Fumbles Lost 5 9 Number of Penalties 12 91 Yards Penalized 1 15 CHARGING OVER from the 3-yard line to give A-State o 7-0 leod over the major-ranked Citadel Bulldogs is Eddie Rickus. Rickus also scored the Indians ' second tally. Showing off the fine defensive team, the In- dians shut out The Citadel 14-0. A-State ' s de- fense allowed the Cadets only 83 yards total offense and eight first downs. Defensive stand- out Dick Ritchey set up both TDs with 45- and 35-yard punt returns. Eddie Rickus scored both times for the Indians with three-yard plunges. Arkansas State dominated the game, and it was late in the last quarter before the Cadets made a bid and broke into Tribe territory. The soldiers found the going extra tough past the midfield stripe. They were quickly repelled by the big A-State line and a solid umbrella of pass defense, led by Rickus and Bryan Cap- linger. Both picked off Citadel passes. With Terry Gwin out with an injured ankle, Coach Ellender gave the nod to Tim Keane. He took over leadership of both the A-State units and connected with five of his eight passes, three of which were to end Tommy Clark. Rickus and Tommy Reese were leading yardage gainers for the Indians by running up 54 and 50 yards respectively. The A-State offense rolled up 240 yards total offense and 16 first downs. A-State The Citadel 16 Total First Downs 8 12 First Downs Rushing 5 2 First Downs Passing 1 2 First Downs Penalty 2 196 Net Yards Rushing 49 44 Net Yards Passing 33 240 Total Offense 82 Passes Attempted 15 5 Passes Completed 3 .555 Passing Percentage 200 Passes Had Intercepted 2 2 Number of Punts 7 68 Total Yards Punting 294 34.0 Punting Average 42.0 Punts Had Blocked 4 Fumbles 1 3 Fumbles Lost 1 3 Number of Penalties 3 35 Yard . Penalized 18 Ark. State 14, The Citadel 153 Arkansas State 35, Abilene 13 Quarterback Terry Gwin scored a pair of touch- A-State Abilene Christian clowns, while A-State raced past Abilene Chris- tian 35-13 at Kays Stadium in its top showing 20 Total First Downs 15 during the season. For the entire game, the 18 First Downs Rushing ... 13 Indians rolled up 344 yards total offense with 2 First Downs Passing 2 Gwin accounting for 156 yards of that figure. First Downs Penalty Abilene took a 7-0 lead when QB Jacky Roland 397 Net Yards Rushing . 275 ran 55 yards to paydirt on the game ' s second 35 Net Yards Passing 55 play and the conversion was good. But by half- 432 Total Offense 330 time the Indians were on top 21-7 in gaining 5 Passes Attempted 15 its fifth victory. Gwin ' s TDs came after runs 3 Passes Completed 5 of three and seven yards, while Tommy Reese, 600 Passing Percentage 333 Billy Joe Bailey and Harold Wallin scored the Passes Had Intercepted 4 other touchdowns. Reese ' s scoring jaunt was a 4 Number of Punts 2 51 -yard burst. Dan Summers booted the extra 139 Total Yards Punting 73 point conversions. Reese racked up 105 yards 34.8 Punting Average 36.5 on the ground and Wallin added eight. The Punts Had Blocked Wildcats were able to complete only five of 1 5 2 Fumbles 3 passes and had four of their aerials picked off. 1 Fumbles Lost 2 Dick Ritchey intercepted three passes, while 3 Number of Penalties 4 Gary Hankins had the other one 15 Yards Penalized 40 SHOE-STRING TACKLE stops Harold Wallin from gaming more than three yards on this play. Wallin did gain 85 yards on 1 4 carries WALKING TO THE CENTER of the field for the toss of the coin before the start of the game, the Arkansas State seniors are recogni before the Homecoming crowd of nearly 9,000 persons Arkansas State 27, Murray 13 A record crowd of an estimated 8,765 fans saw A-Stare Murray State the Indians defeat Murray State 27 to 13 to provide a happy ending for Homecoming fes- 20 Total First Downs 1 1 tivities. The Indians jumped out to a 7-0 lead 15 First Downs Rushing 5 on an 18-yard pass from Terry Gwin to Bill 5 First Downs Passing 4 Pagano. Dan Summers booted the extra point. First Downs Penalty 2 The Thoroughbreds, who make a habit of play- 272 Net Yards Rushing 186 ing their best games against the Indians, tied 93 Net Yards Passing 103 the halftime score at 7-7 on a 35-yard pass 365 Total Offense 289 play from Charlie Forrest to end Jerry Gran- 17 Passes Attempted 31 tham. A-State went ahead 13-7 as Harold Wal- 6 Passes Completed 9 lin fumbled into the end zone, and Tom Clark .353 Passing Percentage 290 recovered the ball for six points. Summers ' PAT 1 Passes Had Intercepted 4 attempt was blocked. A-State ' s third touch- 8 Number of Punts 8 down came on a 16-yard pass play from Gwin 293 Total Yards Punting 340 to Gankiewicz. Dick Ritchey ' s 35-yard pass 36.6 Punting Average 42.5 interception return gave the Indians a third Punts Had Blocked score and spoiled the Thoroughbreds ' hope for 2 Fumbles 1 an upset. Summers ' kick was good to give State 1 Fumbles Lost a 27-7 lead before Murray scored in the last 6 Number of Penalties 12 minutes of play to culminate the scoring. The 57 Yards Penalized 103 Thoroughbreds ' try for two points failed. Wallin led Indian ushers with 104 yards. PICKING UP a first down near midfield, Gwin is stopped from behind after a short gain. TAKING A SPILL after a two-yard run is Terry Gwin. Gwin made 60 yards rushing and 93 yards passing against the Thoroughbreds. DRAGGING A MURRAY State player with him, Reese lunges to the A-State 22-yard line on a 90-yard third and fourth quarter drive. Arkansas State 12, Arlington 27 w4 I Rebels ' Upset Ruins Crown, Bowl Hopes A-State Arlington State 1 1 Total First Downs 12 7 First Downs Rushing 4 4 First Downs Passing 6 First Downs Penalty 2 126 Net Yards Rushing 158 89 Net Yards Passing 132 215 Total Offense 310 17 Passes Attempted 27 7 Passes Completed 12 .412 Passing Percentage 414 1 Passes Had Intercepted 1 9 Number of Punts 9 354 Total Yards Punting 293 39.3 Punting Average 32.6 Punts Had Blocked 1 3 Fumbles 4 2 Fumbles Lost 3 1 1 Number of Penalties 7 151 Yards Penalized 85 The Indians lost all hope of gaining any part of the Southland Conference title and com- pletely gave up any hope of being asked to the Pecan Bowl when they suffered a demor- alizing defeat at the hands of the Arlington State Rebels, 27-12. A-State ' s loss to Arling- ton dropped their conference record to 1-2 and the season record to 6-2. The Indians fell be- fore the onslaught of such men as halfback Keith Lust, who scored three touchdowns for the Rebels and gave them their first win in the history of the two-year-old Southland Con- ference. Steve Gankiewicz scored both Indian TDs and set up the last tally with a 76-yard kickoff return to the 12-yard line of Arlington. The Rebels came into the contest billed as a passing team and they did just that. Rookie quarterback Mike Baylor hit on 12 of 27 passes for 152 yards through the air. State could never seem to get its offense going. Time after time the Indians picked up a damaging penalty that either stopped the offense or put them in a hole so that Pete Garris had to punt. Garris kicked nine times, and the Indians drew 151 yards in penalties. RECEIVING BLOCKING from Harold Wallin, quarterback Terry Gwln fades back to pass deep into Rebel territory. The play netted a first down and set up one of two A-State touchdowns. Ark. State 14, Trinity U. 15 HAULING DOWN a Trinity runner, Bryan Caplinger and Dutch Noe evade the blockers for an important tackle late in the game. A-State Trinity 18 Total First Downs 16 15 First Downs Rushing 11 3 First Downs Passing 3 First Downs Penalty 2 236 Net Yards Rushing 193 53 Net Yards Passing 116 289 Total Offense 309 14 Passes Attempted 30 4 Passes Completed 1 3 .285 Passing Percentage 433 Passes Had Intercepted 1 6 Number of Punts 4 192 Total Yards Punting 146 32 Punting Average 36.5 Punts Had Blocked 3 Fumbles 2 Fumbles Lost 6 Number of Penalties 77 Yards Penalized 105 Trinity University put the finishing touches on the already disappointing league schedule and ended the Arkansas State football season on a sour note. The Tiger quarterback, Les Obie, rallied his team from a two-touchdown deficit in the final period to nip the Indians, 15-14, at San Antonio. A-State had run up a 14-0 lead in the first half. Terry Gwin passed for eight yards to Bill Pagano, and Eddie Rickus ran in one yard for the touchdowns. Dan Sum- mers added the conversions following each score. However, the Tigers reached paydirt twice in the closing period. A two-point con- version on an aerial from Obie to Walter Syers with just 2:50 left provided the winning mar- gin. Obie passed and ran for both his team ' s TD ' s. Harold Wallin led the Indians in rushing with 101 yards, while Gwin totaled 110 yards running and passing. Dutch Noe made nine tackles to lead in that department. The Tribe wound up with a 6-3 season record, each loss being in conference play. The loop losses seemed to overshadow the outstanding non- league wins. 163 INDIAN OFFENSIVE UNIT — (front row): Tom Clark, Mike Berta, Dan Summers, H. K Reeves, Bill Pagano, (back row): Billy Joe Bailey, Harold Wallin, Terry Gwin, Tommy Reese. Not pictured are Dave Werner and David Clifton BIG RED BRYAN CAPLINGER PETE GARRIS Defensive Specialist Punting Specialist DICK RITCHEY Defensive Specialist GARY HANKINS Defensive Specialist MEAN GREEN INDIAN DEFENSIVE UNIT — (front row): Bill Harrison, Bill Bergy, Dutch Noe, Truman Moore, Ralph Politano, Robert Russell; (bock row) Gerald Jumper, Steve Gankiewicz, Eddie Rickus, Tim Keane, Benny Winford. Ind t Regional Tournament Dickson Chosen Best Performer After a heartbreaking loss to Southwest Missouri, the Indians snapped back to defeat Jackson State 84-77 and take third place in the NCAA Southwest Reg.onal playoffs. Abi- lene Christian won the title by defeating South- west Missouri 63-58. A-State ' s John Dickson was named the tourney ' s most valuable player as he poured in 51 points ond grabbed 30 rebounds in the two tournament games. In the loss to SW Missouri, the Indians held a 71-68 lead before the Bears turned two stolen passes into iast-second baskets to gain the finals. Dickson, who reeled off three straight baskets near the finish to put the Tribe ahead, wound up with 22 points. He was followed by Dave Renn, who hit 18 points. In the consolation game, senior Dave Aubel received a starting assignment and responded with a 23-point per- formance to boost Dickson, who hit 29. Dick- son also pulled down 18 rebounds. Abilene Christian gained the finals by downing Jackson State College 94-79. Selected with Dickson on the all-tournament team were Charles Cleek and Terry Priest of Abilene Christian, James Gant of Southwest Missouri and Edward Man- ning of Jackson State. Aubel and Mike Burk were other Indians mentioned in the balloting. ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM — Terry Priest ond Charles Cleek of Abilene, John Dickson of A-State, James Gant of SW Missouri and Edward Manning of Jackson State. HIGH in the air for a shot goes Gary Crane in the first game. WAY OUT from his usual position under the basket, Big John fires for two. Win Completes Successful Year Arkansas State 74 The Citadel 73 Arkansas State 95 Southeast Missouri 81 Arkansas State 85 Parsons (Iowa) 68 Arkansas State 63 Murray State 61 Arkansas State 73 Southeast Missouri 72 Arkansas State 89 Arlington State 81 Arkansas State 78 Southwest Louisiana 75 Arkansas State 74 Abilene Christian 78 Arkansas State 70 East Carolina 68 Arkansas State 72 Lamar Tech 81 Arkansas State 62 Southeast Oklahoma 43 Arkansas State 72 Loyola of the South 60 Arkansas State 44 Southeast Oklahoma 48 Arkansas State 79 Centenary 87 Arkansas State 92 Rice University 75 Arkansas State 74 Trinity University 62 Arkansas State 61 Miami of Ohio 81 Arkansas State S4 St. Louis University 87 Arkansas State 93 Centenary 75 Arkansas State 82 Lamar Tech 90 Arkansas State 57 Abilene Christian 58 Arkansas State 91 Arlington State 85 Arkansas State 99 Trinity University B4 Arkansas State 71 Southwest Missouri 72 Arkansas State 87 Chattanooga 62 Arkansas State B4 Jackson State 77 169 Five Teams Fall Before Redskins The Indians got off to a 5-0 start in basketball by whipping The Citadel, Parsons, Southeast Missouri, Southwestern Louisiana and Eastern Carolina. Two of these games were won by margins of one point, two more by a total of five points. Parsons was the only breather, 85- 68. Four regulars scored in double figures as Arkansas State came from behind a five point halftime deficit to nip The Citadel in the opener, 74-73. In the runaway over Parsons College, five players scored 10 or more points for the Indians. A 73-72 road victory over SE Missouri was highlighted by the game-winning free throws of Larry Joplin. John Dickson and Larry Treadwell starred in a 78-75 triumph over Southwestern as they hit on 1 5 of 19 field goals together. Gary Crane came off the bench to pump in a last-second jumper to nip Eastern Carolina, 70-68. Dickson jumped off to an early lead in the point race with a total of 103 points in these five games, followed by Tread- well, who had 64. AN ATTEMPTED BLOCK is turned into a three- point ploy os Dickson is fouled while shooting. SCRAMBLING FOR CONTROL of a rebound, Harold Scifres tips the ball to a teammate while Big John moves in. 170 Tribe Begins Win STRUGGLING for a rebound, Mike Burk goes high to tie up the basketball. PERFECT TIMING is shown by Gary Crane, whose style reminds many fans of former Indian Jerry Rook. SURROUNDED by Parsons defenders, Larry Joplin is fouled while trying to get off a shot at the goal. Indians Add Three Wins THE LONG STRETCH is used by Larry Treadwell to save the ball from going out of bounds in action during the Centenary game. GETTING OFF A PASS to a teammate, Harold Scifres keeps the ball away from o pressing Centenary defender. S. E. Oklahoma, Abilene Christian Defeat Redskins Excluding the Holiday Tournament, the Indians won three games and dropped two between Dec. 15 and Jan. 10. A-State split a double- header with Southeastern Oklahoma State, win- ning the first 62-48. But the Redmen slipped and received their first loss of the season the next night 48-44. John Dickson was the out- standing player in the next regular game, scor- ing 37 points to pace the Indians over Cen- tenary College 93-75. The next two games were on the road. A-State lost the first by the nar- row margin of one point, 58-57, to the Abilene Christian Wildcats in their first Southland Conference counter. A last-minute shot by the Indians was blocked, and Arkansas State didn ' t get another chance before the clock ran out. The game was close all the way, with both teams hitting 50 per cent of their field goals. The Indians outscored their opponents from the free throw line 72.2 per cent to 66.7 per cent. A-State chalked up a victory on its next road trip, thumping Trinity University 99-84. SCRAPPY Dave Aubel aids Burk to tie up the basketball against Southeast Oklahoma ' s Savages. SEEMINGLY TRAPPED by three opposing players, John Dickson manages to feed the ball to big Mike Burk. EVADING a Savage blocker, Larry Joplin scores again while ably filling in for ailing John Dickson. 173 A-State Copes Four Straight Wins; Murray State Toughest Competition EVENTUALLY NETTING two points for A-State, Larry Treadwell fires a jump shot from the backcourt. FROM 30 FEET out, Harold Scifres sends the basketball goalward. John Dickson waits and watches to see if his rebounding services will be needed. Dickson Paces Team Four more wins were chalked up by A-State in games against Chattanooga, SE Missouri, Mur- ray State and Arlington State. Each was won by comfortable margins, except the Murray tilt, which saw the Tribe come from behind to win, 63-61. Hitting 58.3 per cent from the field, the Indians had little trouble in defeating Chattanooga, 87-62, as four starters tallied in double figures. A 95-81 runaway over SE Mis- souri also featured red-hot shooting with Dick- son and David Renn combining for 48 points. Murray jumped to a 26-13 lead, but State fought back to win with another balanced team effort. Dickson had one of his best nights in an 89-81 nod over loop opponent Arlington State. The 6-1 1 and claimed 17 Burk also aided bounds. Dickson the games, with junior pumped in 38 points rebounds. Non-starter Mike with 20 points end 10 re- scored at a 23.8 clip during Renn (14.5) and Burk (12.5) following him. Big John also continued his torrid field goal shooting, connecting on 72.2 per cent of his shots. FINDING NO opposition under the basket, John Dickson gets off an easy hook shot against Murray State. SHOWING the form that won him an All-American title, John Dickson aids his average of 22.4 points with this shot. I IN JUMPING ABOVE the Lamar defender, Mike Burk gets off a pass to Dickson for another basket. High-Soaring Indians Lose Vital Games back to back home court losses to Abilene Christian and Lamar Tech eliminated the Indians from contention for the Southland Con- ference crown. Floor mistakes plagued the Indians both nights. In the 78-74 loss to Abi- lene, five Indians scored in double figures, but the Wildcats connected on 27 of 46 field goal attempts for a 58.7 shooting percentage and 24 of 29 free throws. Abilene led nearly the entire game as it utilized near perfect ball control. John Dickson ' s 25 points led the A- State attack. Against Lamar the Tribe hit 52.2 per cent from the field but managed to get only 46 shots while losing 81-72. Forty-eight fouls were called in the contest. Dickson racked up 35 points to top all scorers despite not scoring a field goal in the first half. State came back from the two defeats to topple major- ranked Loyola of the South 72-60. The Indians hit with confidence from all parts of the court, and all five starters, Dickson, Larry Treadwell, Dave Renn, Harold Scifres and Mike Burk scored in double figures. Returning to the road, A-State traveled to Centenary, where they fell to the Gentlemen 87-79 before a highly parti- sian crowd. Four Indian starters went to the bench via the foul route. BREAKING THROUGH the Wildcat defenses, Dickson goes in for an easy two points. ABLE BLOCKING by Crane gives David Renn a clear shot at the goal and Abilene defenders a hard time. 176 AFTER BLOCKING A-Stote forward Mike Burk ' s shot, St. Louis ' two forwards double-team for the rebound. TAKING AIM from outside the circle, David Renn arches a jump shot over the long arm of a St. Louis guard. SCRAMBLING OVER each other for a loose ball, John Dickson and Mike Burk, the Arkansas State center and forward, dive to the hardboard. Abilene And Lamar Losses All Hopes Of Conference C Arkansas State split the final four games of regular season, whipping Trinity and Arlington, while losing to St. Louis University of the Mis- souri Valley Conference and Lamar Tech. Dickson established a new school rebounding record when he claimed 23 loose balls off the boards in an easy 74-62 nod over Trinity. Renn was outstanding on defense, checking the Tigers ' high-scoring Jeffries without a field goal. Dickson and Renn also led the Tribe scoring with 25 and 20 points. State stayed with major college foe St. Louis for a half, before succumbing to a heavily-favored oppo- nent. The two teams were deadlocked 38-38 at intermission and the Indians had been ahead by as much as eight points in the initial half. Renn (17) and Dickson (15) were once again the high scorers. However, in the 90-82 defeat at Lamar, Dickson managed eight points. Only Burk, Crane and Treadwell had to carry the load in this game, but their efforts weren ' t enough. In the regular season wrapup at Arlington, Dickson came back to sink 26 points (including 10 of 10 from the field) and four other mates reached double figures. Treadwell followed him with 21 markers. TRINITY center found out that guarding John Dickson isn ' t as easy as it seems, as Dickson reaches high on the boards for two points. STRETCHING his 6 ' 1 1 " frame, John Dickson vies for the tip against Lamar ' s shorter center. 179 Tribe Second In Holiday Tourney RECEIVING THE TROPHY for second place from Athletic Director Ike Tomlinson are four members of the Indian squad. Indians Cooled By Miami After Stomping Owls After finishing third in the two previous Holi- day Tournaments, the Indians moved up to a second place spot. Miami of Ohio, who eventu- ally won the Mid-American Conference Championship, defeated A-State 81-61 in the finals, playing one of its best games of the season. In the consolation game Rutgers easily disposed of Rice as Jim Valvano poured in 41 points to set a tourney scoring standard. The Indians gained the finals by topping Rice 92- 75 as 11 men broke into the scoring column for each team. Earlier in the night Miami had upset Rutgers ' Scarlet Knights, the pre-tourna- ment favorite, 80-69 behind the fine offensive and defensive play of Jerry Pierson who hit 26 points and the floor play of the tourney ' s . smallest player, 5-8 Phil Snow of Miami. Against A-State the Redskins were led by big i Jim Patterson, who scored 28 points and pulled down 15 rebounds. John Dickson scored 19 ' points to lead the Indians. For his performance, Patterson was selected as the tournament ' s most valuable player. Also named to the all- tourney team were Dickson, Snow, Valvano and Bob Lloyd of Rutgers. HIGH ON THE BOARDS goes junior John Dickson for a FLYING HIGH, Junior Higgins pops one from tip-in and an easy two points. way out as Joplin and Burk vie for any possible rebounding positions. TAKING CAREFUL AIM at the goal, Joe Tomlinson lets go of a long sho t while Joplin keeps back a Miami defender. DRIVING AROUND the outstretched arms of a Rice player, Larry Treadwell goes in for a layup. BASKETBALL INDIANS — (front row): Harold Scifres, Mike Wells, Mike Burk, John Dickson, Larry Joplin and Mike Crews; (second row): Joe Tomlinson, Dave Aubel, David Renn, Harold Persfull, Gary Crane, Larry Treadwell and Junior Higgins. SENIOR Indians this year are Dave Aubel, Joe Tomlin- son and Larry Treadwell. TIRED REDSKINS take a break during a timeout to plan what their strategy is going to be. iS2 INDIAN THINCLADS — (front ' row): Bob Grersberg, Dick Wenham, Randy Erwin, Tony Edwards, Eddie Hedgecorth, Bill Caputo, Barry Garlow; (second row): Danny Carroll, Tony Cannon, Jerald Spencer, Butch Brogdon, David Young, Jeff Lansdale, Jeff Kopp, Joe Little; (bock row): Coach John Rose, Dub Allen, Eddie Pruitt, Bobby Fuller, Karl Harris, Jimmy Holmes, Mike Civalier and Kon Smithee. , v - SHOT PUTTERS for the Indians are Mike Cicalier, David Young and Joe Little. IS6 I Indians Compete In Strong Track Loop Competition Great strides of improvement have marked the Arkansas State track team since Coach John Rose took over the reins three years ago, and this season is no exception. A-State ' s strength lies mainly in the field events, where three SLC first place winners — high jumper Jerald Spencer, triple jumper Eddie Pruitt and javelin man Jeff Lansdale — perform Other top field event men are shotputter David Young, who held A-State ' s top mark in that event, transfers Mike Civalier and Karl Harris, weightman Joe Little and freshman Butch Brogdon. Veteran record holder Tony Cannon got sprint help from two freshmen, Bob Fuller and Billy Ca- puto. Letterman Dan Carroll aids in the hur- dles, relays and jumping events. Middle distance men are lettermen Ed Hedgecorth and Randy Erwin, and freshman Barry Gariow. Dis- tance men include Dick Wenham, the squad ' s only senior, Ed Hedgecorth, and transfer Bob Giersburg. Edwards, Erwin, Wenham, Hedge- corth and Giersberg were members of last fall ' s cross country team that compiled a 4-1 record. The team moved up to a second-place finish in the SLC meet. Giersburg re-wrote the Indians ' cross country records. TEARING DOWN the track, three Indian thinclads set out on some practice sprints. KEEPING IN PRACTICE is a must for Cross Country, as these three runners show. LIMBERING UP, Jeff Lansdale prepares to try to break his javelin mark. trig ■ •%V2,« W,„ " ... «y IV;.- ' - - ■ jr TRIBE DISCUS THROWERS are Jeff Lonsdale, David Young and Mike Civalier. HIGH JUMPER Jerald Spencer checks the bar before making anothc STRAINING for a little extra momentum, Butch Brogdon attempts to clear the bar. FLYING HIGH, Jerald Spencer seems to be taking off on a triple jump. WINDING UP to attempt another heave with the discus is Indian disk tosser Mike Chivalier. " 1 Tribe Schedules TAGGING the base, Jim Mueller awaits the throw to put out a runner. Top Opposition Once again the Indians played against some of the nation ' s finest baseball competition. Sixteen of the Tribe ' s contests were played against major college opponents, including six games with Big Ten Conference representa- tives. Coach J. A. " Ike " Tomlinson was greeted by 15 lettermen and a host of returning squad- men and promising freshmen. Among the top returnees were pitcher Ed Croft, third baseman Jim Callaway, shortstop Bob Browning, catcher Bob Webb, outfielder Jim Green and George Glenn, who was shifted from second base to centerfield this season. Glenn was chosen Ail- American two years ago, and the others were All-SLC picks. Among the other returnees were lettermen Joe Tomlinson, Jerry Morrow, Jack Welsh, Dick Bethune and Ron Owen. Top re- turning squadmen included Rich Gaines, Dana Ryan and John Ford. Jim Mueller, Johnny Tip- ton and Steve Morrison led a fine freshman corps. Coach Tomlinson was aided this year by Richard Johnson, a student assistant who has had professional experience. ROUNDING FIRST base, Dana Ryan heads for second on a long ball to left during the Murray State game RUSHING to beat out a bunt, George Glenn pours on a little extra steam. Baseball HURLER John Tipton lets loose with o fast ball as third baseman Jim Calloway gets into fielding position. DISCUSSING STRATEGY, Bob Webb and John Tipton decide how to pitch to the next botter. SWINGING for the long ball, All-Conference third baseman Jimbo Callaway collects another hit. I | I ' If I i ill I i . ; i |» shS b 191 BASEBALL INDIANS — (front row): Jim Burke, John Tipton Jim Mueller, Jim Jastrzemski, Jim Green, Steve Morrison, Jack Welch, George Glenn; (second row)- Jack Walters, Jim Callaway, Bill Perkins, Gary Crane Fred Brown, Bob Webb, Phil Floring; (bock row)- Ed Croft, John Scott, Ronnie Owens, Dana Ryan, Dick Bethune, Abe Akel, Richard Gaines and Bobby Browning. MUELLER SLIDES home to score the game-winning run over Murray State in the season opener. SWINGING his bat, Bob Webb takes his place at the plate as the rest of the team watches. II ED CROFT BOB BROWNING Pitcher Second Base Five All-Conference Return BOB WEBB Catcher JIM GREEN Center Field JIM CALLAWAY Third Base • »- : — rv ' ty-iL ' - KNOWING chip shots can mean the difference between a birdie, par or bogey, Freddie Lewis works out with the nine iron. DAILY practice contributes to the quality of form and accuracy shown by Freddie Lewis on the putting green. POWER behind the club and placement in the fairway are the goals of a golfer on the drive. :94 Growth In Tennis, Golf A-State ' s two other spring sports, tennis ond golf, increased in prominence this spring. The tennis team was once again coached by assis- tant athletic director Don Floyd, and this sea- son ' s schedule swelled to 1 1 matches in addi- tion to the SLC meet. The squad was led by James Miller, number one position holder on last year ' s squad and freshman Fred Sweatt, who was the Class AA high school singles champion at Newport High School. Mike Car- gill was another returning letterman. A-State ' s golf squad played an eight-match schedule and participated in the SLC meet. The Red- skins ' linksters depended heavily on freshmen Joh n Shipman, Larry Gilbert and Ralph Pol i- tano to fill the positions vacated last year. Top players were lettermen Freddie Lewis and Curt Murray, who had earned two monograms each prior to this season. The golf team was headed by Coach John Rose, former Indian cage men- tor. The addition of these two spring sports has greatly aided. the entire sports picture at Arkansas State. A -State ' s new tennis complex rates as one of the finest in the nation. Jones- boro Country Club provided an excellent facil- ity for Indian golf matches. INTRAMURALS LXA Cops First In Football Loop After losing only one game in competition, Lambda Chi Alpha swept to the intramural championship with a 33-6 lashing of the Statesmen. LXA had other victories over Sigma Pi (14-8), Pi Kappa Alpha (13-0) and Sigma Phi Epsilon (25-6) in the fraternity loop after losing to Tau Kappa Epsilon in a sudden-death playoff. In the playoffs between Greeks and independents, the Lambda Chi ' s beat the Rene- gades 25-20, while the Tekes lost to the States- men 25-14 in first-round action. LXA players Jim Bob Shipman, Jim Fowler and Floyd Hicks snagged passes which ended in touchdowns, and Dana Ryan leaped high in the air in the final second to catch the winning pass. Johnny Allison scored all three Renegade TD ' s. Bob Taylor scored three touchdowns passing and one running to lead the Statesmen over TKE, and Dayton Keller had both Teke touchdowns. Jim Callaway passed for five TD ' s in the sea- son finale, three TD passes in the first half going for 134 yards. TKE placed third after the Renegades defaulted. LXA gained revenge in post-season play for its only loss by downing TKE 13-8 in the F inger Bowl. TAKING THE SNAP from center, the Sigma Pi quarterback gets set to make a short gain against the Sig Eps ' tough defensive line. Sigma Pi won 12-7. 196 TIRED BUT HAPPY, the Lambda Chi Alpha football team poses for its picture after toppling the Statesmen in the final game of the playoffs between fraternity and independent champions EVADING TWO blockers, a Statesman charges in to grab the flag of Jim Bob Shipman in the intramural football finals. Lambda Chi won the title game 33-6. m CAPTURING the women ' s flag-tag championship were University Hall ' s Squaws. The winners are: (front row): Linda Rmgo, Van Gore, Susan Smith and Linda Lester, (back row): Alice Wilson, a graduate assistant in P.E., Paula Howard, Bess Cox, Jo Ann Norman, Donna Harkey and Evelyn Prescott, director of women ' s intramurals. SWEEPING AROUND right end, Lambda Chi quarterback Jimbo Callaway finds a clear field ahead. Callaway tossed two touchdown passes in Tau Kappa Epsilon ' s Finger Bowl to lead the Lambda Chi ' s to a 1 3-8 victory. Ill III III III III II Ml III III III •II III 197 Chi Omega, Lambda Chi Are Winners In Pike Greek Tourney GREEK ALL-TOURNAMENT — Four members of the PiKA All-Greek teom ore Richard Gaines, Elbert Frozier, Dalton Markin and Bill Pagano SORORITY CHAMPS — Chi Omega ' s winning the Pike tourney are (standing): Kay Clements, Alma Moore and Karen Batterton, (seated): Susan Patterson, Ann Jones and Koy Griner ROUNDBALL ACTION in the intramural program includes both fraternity ond independent teams trying for the crown. JUMPING HIGH, a roundballer attempts to get off a shot Swampers Capture 1 1 ✓ Winter intramurals were accented by some of the finest intromurai basketball ever. Both the independent and fraternity leagues were well balanced, with two teams sharing fop honors in both divisions. In the independent division, the Statesmen, led by the outstanding play of H. C. Wallace, captured the regular season title. Wallace scored a season high of 59 points. However, the SeMo Swampers won over everyone in the playoffs to take the intramural title. Pi Kappa Alpha took top honors in the Greek division, but finished second in their own All-Greek tournament to Lambda Chi Alpha. Members of the All-Greek tournament " A " team were Richard Gaines and Elbert Frazier of LXA, Dalton Markin and Bill Pagano of PiKA and Gerald Jumper of TKE. Tau Kappa Epsilon captured the " B " division of the tour- ney. In the sorority division, Chi Omega, led by Karen Batterton, defeated Alpha Omicron Pi and Phi Mu to win their trophy. Phi Mu gained the finals by defeating Alpha Gamma Delta. FAST AND FURIOUS oction takes place in intramural finals. VICTORIOUS intramural champs, the roundballers pose for a picture. Intramurals Offer Wid Independei Greeks Con Intramural athletics play a ma|or role in stu- dent activities at Arkansas State The programs are set up to allow participation by both Greeks and independent organizations An intramural sweepstakes trophy is awarded to the men ' s organization which accumulates the greatest number of points over the entire school year, and there is also such an award for the women ' s groups. Intramural sports include flag tag football, archery, golf, bowling, badminton, table tennis, basketball, cross country, pool, bridge, football punt, pass and kick, basketball free throw, volleyball, swimming, Softball, rifle marksmanship, tennis singles and doubles, horseshoes and track. In addition to team awards, presentations are made to the five outstanding intramural athletes who have ob- tained the largest total individual points for participation in the program for the entire year from September to May. The director of intramural sports is Coach James W Jackson, who has guided the program to its present heights. INTRAMURAL DIRECTOR Jim Jackson guided a successful program CHAMPION bowlers of Phi Mu and Lambda Chi Alpha are all smiles after the second straight Sig Ep bowling crown. 201 A-State Is Host For SLC Spring Sports Festival LAMAR ACC A-STATE TRINITY ARL. ST. Football Basketball 6 10 4 8 6 2 FESTIVAL STATISTICS Cross Baseball Country Tennis Golf 4 2 1 2 1 5 2 1 2 ACCEPTING TROPHIES for their schools for being basketball co-champions are A. B. Morris, Abilene ' s athletic director, and ASC Coach Marvin Speight. Presenting them are Margaret Burns of Abilene and Sue Stewart of A-State REIGNING QUEEN for the Festival is A-State ' s 1964 Homecoming Queen Sue Stewart. Maids of the Southland Conference ' s Spring Sports Festival court are (left to right): Judy Holland of Arlington State, Lilla Keyes of Trinity, Queen Sue Stewart of A-State, Shelia O ' Hara of Lomar Tech and Margaret Burns of Abilene. RECEIVING THE SLC All-Sports trophy from Calvin Hagan of the Southland Life Insurance Company is Lamar Tech ' s athletic director, James Higgins. Lamar edged Abilene 37- 36 1 2 for the award. A-State had 35 points, Trinity finished with 21 and Arlington scored 16 1 2 points to end up in last place in the Southland Conference in total points POINTS THIS LEAP of 22-7 1 ' 2 gave Eddie Pruitt third place in the broad lump. Pruitt also won the triple jump to total eight of the Indians ' 50 points A-State took first places in the high jump, triple jump, javelin and pole vault and placed in 1 1 other events to finish with 50 points and a third place in the SLC Track and Field Meet. Abilene Christian won the meet with 1 1 1 points, Lamar Tech was second with 91 points, Arlington was fourth with 37 points and Trinity was fifth with 1 1 points. Jerald Spencer tied the SLC high- jump record as he leaped 6-8 1 2. Teammate Eddie Pruitt jumped 44-3 3 4 to win the triple jump. Pruitt also gained third place in the broad jump. Sonny Bishop vaulted nearly 15 feet to take the pole vault title and also took second place in the high hurdles. Jeff Lansdale hurled the javelin 230 feet for a first place in that event and finished fifth in the discus. Second place finishes were gained by David Young in the shot put and Tony Cannon in the 100-yard dash. Randy Erwin copped a third in the 880- yard run, and Ed Hedgecorth ranked the same in the two-mile run. A-State ' s relay teams placed fourth in the 440-yard and mile relays, and Dick Wenham was fifth in the 3,000 meter steeplechase. Indians Finish Third In Track Behind Strong Abilene, Lamar Thinclads Capture Four First Places THE FINISH LINE is all that awaits Lamar ' s Robert Rouse as he clears the last hurdle on his way to a victory in the intermediate hurdles. SAILING OVER the bar is Sonny Bishop of Arkansas State. He cleared 14-11 1 2 for first place in the pole vault — a foot and a half higher than the two vaulters who tied for second place. Trinity Nudges Out Tribe A-State Places Second In SLC Festival Baseball The Indians had to settle for second place in the baseball division of the meet after losing to Trinity in the championship game by a 4-3 score. A-State had trounced Abilene in the first game 8-0 behind the hitting of jimmy Green and Ed Croft. Green smacked out three singles while winning pitcher Croft added two. Croft also limited Abilene to only three safeties. Trin- ity whipped the Indians 9-4 in the second game, banging out 15 hits. But the Tribe bounced back to smack Abilene 12-4 in the third en- counter with a 16-hit outburst of its own. Jimbo Callaway and Green each collected three singles, while reliever Dick Bethune was cred- ited with the win. In the title contest Trinity pushed across three runs in the last two innings to overcome a 3-1 A-State edge. Two hits apiece by Green and Bob Webb led the Indians in this game. Five Indians were selected to the all- league team. They were Green, Bob Browning, Callaway, Webb and Croft. Green batted .427 and Croft gave up just two runs in a pair of starting appearances. Browning slapped two booming homeruns in the Tribe ' s last two games, and Callaway and Webb played brilli- antly the entire tournament. SAFE AT HOME is Joe Tomlinson as he slides under the tog of CONNECTION WAS MISSED this pitch, but Jim Green did Trinity catcher John Burleson to score on Jerry Morrow ' s double. connect for nine hits and a .427 average to lead A-State hitters for SLC games. Green and teammates Bob Browning, Bob Webb, Jimbo Callaway and Ed Croft were All-SLC. DON AVERA of ACC can ' t quite reach a well-placed volley by Lamar ' s Alfonso Oshoa (right foreground) as Terry Bishop (in hat) looks on. Oshoa and his partner, Jamie Subirats, won the match easily. STRETCHING to reach the ball, Jamie Subirats of Lamar delivers a practice serve prior to the tennis double finals. Cliff Buchholz and Butch Newman of Trinity won the match to lead Trinity to the tennis title. State Gives Stron TAKING A PRACTICE SWING is Freddie Lewis as he gets ready for SLC tournament play at the Jonesboro Country Club. Lewis finished third for A-State. Golf Team Takes Second; Tennis Squad Is Beaten By Mighty Foes Arkansas State ' s golf team placed second in the SLC golf tournament with 914, while the Lamar Tech squad finished in front with 849. Arlington State took 915 strokes, Abilene Christian ended up with 917 and Trinity was last with 995. Low man for A-State was Larry Spence with a 221. Duffy McAiister shot 229, Freddie Lewis took 230 and Marvin Hinton scored 234. Curt Murray finished fifth for the Indians and Jim Shipman came in last. John Barlow of Lamar Tech was medalist for the tournament. The Indians didn ' t do so well in tennis, finishing last in the field of five. Trinity University collected 13 points for first in tennis competition, and Lamar Tech followed with seven. Abilene Christian and Arlington tied for third. A-State ' s James Miller was defeated in the first round by Joe Csandli of Lamar, while Bill Winter and Mike Cargill lost to Joe Csandli and Windred Emmons of Lamar. James Miller and Wait Tomsic were defeated by Arlington ' s Laddie Birge and Bill Friedman. Cliff Bucholz and Butch Newman of Trinity wound up as doubles winners, and Andy Lloyd beat team- mate Bucholz in singles. 207 COLLEGE I 4 | I Making Decisions That Count A necessary element for any progressive college is a competent board of trus- tees. Evidence of the work and planning of our capable officials are the numer- ous building projects which are familiar sights to all A-State students. Arkansas State ' s board is composed of five mem- bers, one of which is appointed each year by the governor and confirmed by the State Senate. Each member serves a five-year term. Serving as chairman is Russell E Owen of Marked Tree. J. H. Smith of Birdeye is the vice chair- man, and Van Smith of Tuckerman is the present secretary. The other mem- bers of the board are William Wyatt of Blytheville and Max Poe of Pocahon- tas. Russell E. Owen Marked Tree Chairman 210 William Wyatt Max Poe Van Smith Blythevi lie Pocahontas Tuckerman Dr. Reng Continues Program Of Expansion In the past 15 years Arkansas State has been transformed from an agricultural school to an institution worthy of university status. The one man most responsible for the great progress made at A-State is Dr. Carl R. Reng, president since 1951. A native of Sioux Rapids, Iowa, Dr. Reng obtained his BA at Buena Vista College, his master ' s at Drake University, his doc- tor ' s degree at the University of Missouri and received an LL.D degree from his alma mater, Buena Vista. He held a number of positions before coming to A-State, including head of the School Administration Division of the Graduate School at the UofA. He and his wife have two daughters. DAILY SCHEDULES keep both Dr. Reng and his secretary busy. ■MB A-State ' s Troubleshooters Mr. L. Cameron A native of Lawrence County, Mr. L. Cameron has served A-State as vice president in charge of business and purchasing since 1951. He graduated from A-State in 1936 with a BSE in social science. Later he obtained his master ' s at the University of Arkansas. Mr. Cameron taught for two years after leaving A-State, served as ' county examiner and later county supervisor in his native county before return- ing to accept his present post. He and his wife, Inez, have three children, Kay, Robert and Suzi. Dr. N. D. Hazelbaker Vice president in charge of instruction at A-State is Dr. N. D. Hazelbaker, a native of Noel, Mo. He graduated from Northeast Okla- homa State in 1937 with a BS in mathematics, received his master ' s in education at the Uni- versity of Missouri and his doctor ' s degree at the University of Arkansas in 1952. Dr. Hazel- baker was a superintendent of several Missouri schools before coming to A-State in 1953. He and his wife, the former Mildred Miller, have a son, Kin, who graduates from Jonesboro High this year. Dean Robert Moore Since 1954 Mr. Robert Moore has served A- State as dean of students. Dean Moore was born in Greenville, Miss., and graduated from high school at Thrasher, Miss. He received a BA in psychology at Mississippi College in 1948, then obtained his master ' s at the University of Mississippi. Before becoming dean of students, he was dean of men and extension director for five years. He and his wife have two daughters, one, Mrs. Doris Curtis, a graduate of A-State, and the other, Wanda, now attending this institution. Meeting Student Problems Daily Mr. Ray H. Hall Now in his 15th year at A-State, Mr. Ray H. Hall is director of the Field Service Division. Born in Fulton County, he is a graduate of Ash Flat high school. He received his BSE degree from Arkansas State Teachers College in 1951 and his master ' s from the University of Arkan- sas in 1951. Mr. Hall has taught in a number of schools and also served as superintendent in several districts. He came to A-State in 1951 and took his present post in 1956. He and his wife, Kathleen, have three sons, George, Ray Jr. and John. The newly organized School of Agriculture at Arkansas State is an outstanding school within our college. Six of the nine faculty members in the School of Agriculture have received their doctors ' degrees. Ranging from farming to agriculture business, to industry, to teaching, and to research, numerous occupations are open to the agriculture major after graduation. The majors offered within the School of Agriculture are animal husbandry, agriculture engineering, agriculture business and economics, and pre- engineering. The school is equipped with live- stock, machinery, farming land, and various other on-the-job training techniques. CONSULTING his daily schedule is Dr. Olen P. Nail, Dean of the School of Agriculture School Of Agriculture RECENT ADDITION to the school, a dianometer, is demonstrated to an agri class. [J In the development of students for a place of leadership in the business world, a major ob- jective of the Business School is to orient the student in professionalism and ethics in his choice of employment. Under the direction of Dr. Bob C. McGough, the philosophy of the Business School maintains a three-fold purpose. Primarily emphasized is education for students for business endeavors. The School takes part as a public service in the community and con- tributes to community development and to itself through research. Majors are offered in accounting, business administration, business education and economics. A two-year secretar- ial training certificate may also be earned. The Business School strives to send skilled, intelli- gent individuals into the business world. PLEASED with the Business School ' s progress is Dean McGough. School of Business STUDENTS SMILE on the IBM calculating machine which solves previous difficult business problems with less time and effort. 220 LOST WORLD of quiet typewriters surround a lonely typist who believes in practice for gains in skill, speed and accuracy. SECRET MESSAGES in confusing shorthand become familiar to students of commerce after many hours of practice. M i BUSINESS EDUCATION FACULTY — (front row): Rebecca Collins, Sandra Dougherty, Veda French; (second row): Mrs. Nancy Toney, Lenita Futrell, Bonnie Valentine; (back row): Dr. Robert Ferralasco, chairman, Charles Yauger, Mrs. Mary Lou Wood. 221 223 Meeting the great need for qualified teachers at all levels and fields is the aim of the School of Education. Dr. Bill R. Van Zandt presides as dean of the five divisions. Chairmen are Dr. Alvin McRaven, Counselor Education and Psychology; Dr. M. Vance Sales, Educational Administration, Secondary Education and Edu- cation Foundations; Dr. Ray L. Simpson, Ele- mentary Education and Special Education; Dr. Linus J. Dowell, Physical Education and Recrea- tion; James Hansard, Library Science. The school offers a well-rounded program reaching to the wide interests of students and to the needs of the profession, including guidance and counseling, ministerial training, special educa- tion, psychology and social work. Accreditation is accepted by eight different associations. PLANNING and organizing are important factors to Dean Van Zandt. School of Education EDUCATION, ADMINISTRATION, FOUNDATIONS FACULTY — (front row): James C. Carlton, Dr. Vance Sales, chairman, Martha Magry, Dr. Robert Kluge, Dr. Paul Couch; (back row); Dr. Joseph Sweat, Dr. A. G. Shannon, W. L. Smith, Rubel Chapman. DUMMY RECEIVES artificial resuscitation in a beneficial class demonstration as an interested Health and Safety class watches. MODERN EQUIPMENT and pleasant atmosphere combine to provide students with excellent learning facilities in the audio-visual aids. HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECRE- ATION FACULTY — (front row): Mrs. Alice Wilson, Miss Jeannine McHaney, Mrs. Con- nie Alexander, Mrs. Martha Thompson, Mrs. Gladys Hudgins; (second row): Bill Temple- ton, Lyndell McCurley, John Rose, Bob Har- per; (third row): James Jackson, Wayne Arm- strong, Dr. John Hosinski, Billy Davidson; (back row): J. A. Tomlinson, Dr. barrel Black, Dr. Linus Dowell, John Rauth. ELEMENTARY, SPECIAL ED. FACULTY — (front row): Mrs. Barbara Robinson , Miss Lillian Barton, Dr. Mildred Vance, Miss Vi- oletta Pyland; (back row): Dr. Ray L. Simp- son, chairman, Dr. Robert Ohlsen, Mrs. Bar- bara Nelson, Dr. Baron Conaway, Mr. Ralph White, Dr William G. Chance. STUDENT TEACHING is a major challenge to a potential graduate as well as an important learning experience. Art, music and drama are each an important element of man ' s cultural environment. At Arkansas State the School of Fine Arts encom- passes each of these fields. It is the school ' s primary objective to encourage students to develop a more conscious appreciation of beauty, both visual and musical. Furthermore, the school strives to train students in theater and drama and to increase their skills in speak- ing. Basic courses are required in both music and art. Dean Duane Haskell feels that by offering these introductions to the division, students possessing special talents in that area will develop them further. Chairmen of the divisions of the school are Dan F. Howard, Art; Dr. Dennis H. Rhodes, Speech and Drama; Donald R. Minx, Music. POWER behind a mountain of talent is Dean Duane H. Haskell. School Of Fine Arts STUDENT ART display in the Reng Center Ballroom inaugurates an annual event. 229 APPROVING academic contracts is only a part of the duties of Dean Martin. Designed to offer the student an extensive educational background is the Liberal Arts School, headed by Dr. Robert L. Martin. Over one half of the basic education courses are in this school. Training in communication skills and appreciation of the humanities are given in the Liberal Arts School. Courses are offered to prepare the student for citizenship in today ' s world; to teach critical thinking and tolerance. Vocational preparation is available in journa- lism, public school teaching, social and govern- mental work, the ministry and other fields. Chairmen of divisions of the school are Dr. Alfred E. Leja, English, Philosophy and Lan- guage; Dr. Donald Wells, Political Science, Geography and Sociology; Dr. Donald Konold, History. Close to 40 teachers comprise the instructional staff. School Of Liberal Arts BETWEEN TWO HOUR CLASSES students relax in the halls and talk over events of the past or future. POLITICAL SCIENCE, GEOGRAPHY, SOCIOLOGY FACULTY — (front row): Chester R. Stewart, Mrs. Justine Mann, Dr. John C. Osoinach; (back row): Dr. Edwin M Coulter, Dr. Donald T. Wells, chairman, A. S. Kirkikis. HISTORY FACULTY - - (front row): Dr. Donald E. Konold, chairman, Timothy A. Ross, James C. Milli- gan, Gilbert J. Millar, Durward Cooper, Kenneth Rorie, Howard Noble; (back row): Dr. Edgar O. Kirk, George C. Whatley, Dr. Lee A. Dew, Dr. John Galloway, Charles M. Hepburn, Dr. J. E. Griner, Robert W. Thompson, Calvin D. Gruver, Henry S. Paulson. SOCIAL SCIENCE classes help give students a liberal education. DIVISION HEAD Dr. Wells discusses several courses available in the Divi- sion of Political Science, Geography and Sociology with several students. ENG., PHILOSOPHY, LANGUAGE FACULTY — (front row): Miss Eleanor Lane, Mrs. Elizabeth Neeley, Mrs. Wanda Walker, Mrs. Virginia Riggs; (second row): Dr. Adolfina Wuppermann, Dr. Georgia Clifton, Mrs. Ellen Robinson, Mrs. Lucille Braden; (third row): Vol Jean Collier, Veda Sample, Sharon James, Mrs. Frank Sloan; (fourth row): William E. Bennett, Dr. James Burleson, Arthur Krida, Dr. Alfred Zivers, Sammy Gennuso; (back row): Lorin W. Browning, William Womack, R. S. Lillard, Dr. Alfred E. Leja, chairman, Robert C. Brown. Test tubes, slide rules and dissecting kits are the keys to the future of the nearly 3,000 stu- dents associated with A-State ' s School of Sci- ence. Led by 32 well-qualified instructors, the School provides courses leading to degrees in the divisions of Biological Science, Physical Science and Mathematics and Physics. Pre- professional courses are offered in engineering, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, medi- cal technology and allied areas. Several new courses are planned to be added to this in- creasingly important field next fall. Organiza- tions sponsored by the School of Science include Bsta Beta Beta, the honorary biological frater- nity, Kappa Mu Epsilon, an honorary mathe- matical organization and the club associated with the American Chemical Society. Head of the School is James H. Stevenson. 1 " % KEEPING up with the latest trends in math and science is the responsibility of Dr. James H. Stevenson, head of the School of Science. School Of Science BIOLOGY FACULTY — (front row): Dr. E. L. Richards, Paul W. Hunkapillar, Peggy Grimes, Daniel G. Freeman; (second row): Dr. J. Kenneth Beadles, William W. Byrd, Dr. Charles A. Davis, E. Lee Nelson; (back row): Dr. James Hutchison, Dr. A. E. O ' Donnell, chairman, Dr. E. B. Wittlake, Dr. Earl L. Hanebrink. GIRLS aren ' t often interested in science, but A-State has its share of female scientists. 235 TEST TUBES and flasks are the containers of excitement in any chemistry lab. MODERN EQUIPMENT and teaching methods contribute greatly to the Chemistry Division program. PHYSICAL SCIENCE FACULTY — (front row): William N. Smith, Robert P. Saunders, Jauna F. Banter, Joseph E. Pennington; (back row): Dr. J. E. Bennett, Dr. Howard Moore, chairman, Dr. Richard S. Mitchell, Dr. Dewey Sifford, Dr Paul Gwinup. SLIDE RULE usage is easier when you have a good teacher and a rule big enough to see. Observation, knowledge and valuable experi- ence are the key words to learning in the Ark- ansas State Division of Radio, Journalism and Printing, headed by L. W. " Tex " Plunkett. The State College Herald, a weekly newspaper, and the college radio station, KASU-FM, are results of combining the student ' s work and the instructor ' s guidance. Classes in radio journa- lism instruct the student in writing, organizing and preparing for the radio and television field. A new press and other equipment have been important additions to the news journalism and printing classes in the past year. Invaluable experience is gained by the student in gather- ing the news for the Herald. Extra activities for the journalism student include the KASU-FM Broadcasters Club, Graphic Arts Club and Press Club. Many journalism students also take part in the preparation of the school ' s yearbook, The Indian. CLASSROOM WORK is only a small part of journalism as far as " Tex " Plunkett, division head, is concerned. Division Of Radio, Journalism And Printing OFFSET PRESS, one of the newest additions to the A-State printing plant, makes publication of the Herald much easier. 238 The fundamentals and opportunities of the Army are emphasized in the Division of Mili- tary Science, under the direction of Colonel Treneman and an experienced staff of com- missioned and noncommissioned officers. The program is also designed to acquaint male students with military tactics and the history of the Army. Students are required to attend drills each Thursday afternoon and classes once or twice each week. Advanced courses and a commission upon graduation are offered for interested and qualified students. Cadets par- ticipate in parades and inspections throughout the year. For added color, a group of women students are selected by the various companies each spring to serve as honorary cadets. Due to increased enrollment, two battalions were formed. RESPONSIBILITY is the key word for the head of the Military Science department, Col. Robert A. Treneman, a graduate of Iowa State Univ. Division Of Military Science MALE STUDENTS attend a general meeting to learn more about ROTC Advanced corps members help in this orientation period. MILITARY SCIENCE FACULTY — (front row): Copt. Thomas J. Davis, Capt. Robert W. McKnight, Col. Robert A. Treneman, Lt. Col. Dean D. Bekken, Maj. Thomas W. Atwood, Capt. Harry E. Ennis; (bock row): Capt. Robert W. Mowery, M. Sgt. Nick H. L. Hunt, Sgt. Francis Gay, Sgt. W. H Hogans, Sgt. John E. Taylor, Capt. Hershel G. Jones, Sgt. D. B Teague, Sgt. Jerry M. Boman. RALLY DAY provides an excellent time for recruiting advanced corps members for those more militarily inclined. Members receive a commission upon graduation Graduate School When the graduate department was instituted in 1955, it consisted of 16 students. Presently, the new Graduate School headed by Dr. W. W. Nedrow boasts an enrollment of 200. Designed as a professional program for teachers, the Graduate School grew out of demands of teach- ers, who recognized the need for additional training. Functioning as an in-service program, the Graduate School enables students to extend and re-enforce their knowledge, techniques and skills in the areas of their educational interests. The Graduate School offers work leading to post-graduate degrees by further acquainting the students with their major fields of study, familiarizing them with methods of special- ization and offering the students an opportun- ity to answer their quests for knowledge. EXPANSION is one of Dean W. W. Nedrow ' s key goals. GRADUATE STUDENTS make use of temporary workshop trailers for informal discussions and observations. NO ONE knows better than Dr. Eugene B. Wittlake, director, the hours of work that go into a museum. Museum Serves As Laboratory For College The museum, located in the basement of the Dean B. Ellis Library, is being re-established with the help of eight student preparators. Serving as a laboratory for college groups, it is an institutional museum for teaching and research as well as a community service. These are the five areas: natural science, Arkansas pioneer history, Arkansas Indian culture, military history and the Lutterloh collection of glassware and china. STUDENT PREPARATORS paint background for museum displays. MOTHER GOOSE is gazed upon with wonder — a source of fascination for any child. CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS are necessary Ingredients in the building of a fine institution, and A-State students are always ready to lend a hand. RELAXING AFTERNOONS like this one often mark the beginning of many enduring friendships. Memories Are Made Of This Only after four (and in some cases, more) years does a student really realize what Arkansas State means to him. The value of a college career cannot be determined easily. Who can say what it means to stay up all night studying , or working on a Homecoming display? Who knows how important the new friends you make are? College is much more than studying; it is filled with memories for those who cherish them. TALK COMES NATURAL among stu- dents, ond A-Stote affords many times and places for conversation. CAFETERIA LINES are well re- membered, but the most notable memory for these students is yet to come. PEP RALLIES on Saturday mornings before football games shows the true spirit of the student body. Bobby C. Adams, Augusta — Math Nelda Kay Adams, Bono — Elem. Ed SNEA John Alderson, Forrest City — Bus. Ad. SPE, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, SGA Jo Ann Allbright, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Bruce Allen, Wilmington, Del — Biol. Linda Allen, Sheridan — Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA, SNEA, CEC, YDC Wayne Allgood, McCrory — Ad. Ed. Agri Club, ATA, DTA Bill Alliston, Jonesboro — Biol. John D. Alls, Lynn — Spec. Ed. CEC Marilyn Alstadt, Rector — Sociology Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Sigma Upsilon James " Andy " Anderson, Jonesboro — P.E. TKE, PEMM Judith Armstrong, Bay — Math James L. Arthurs, Cotton Plant — Acct. Linda Atkeison, Leachville — Eng. AWS, Featherpens Sammy Atwell, Neelyville, Mo. — Agri. Agri Club, Plant Science Club SENIORS Class of ' 66 David Aubel, Addieville, III. — Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi, Basketball Michael Back, Pascola, Mo. — Elem. Ed. Statesmen, Scabbard Blade, Drill Team Billy Bailey, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Sigma Pi, Football Freddie C. Baird, Monette — Agri. Ed. Agri Club, FFA Downy L. Baker, Dalton — Bus. Ad. Statesmen Sally Baker, Saratoga, Calif. — Elem. Ed. Phi Mu Sorority, President of AWS, WAA, Second vice president SGA, Statesmen Sweetheart, President ' s Roundtable , SNEA, Concert Lecture Committee, YRC Mike Barber, Batesville — Journ. Glenda S. Barker, Poragould — Bus. i£d . Joel Barker, Drasco — Hist. Phi Eta Sigma, Rifle Team Carolyn Sue Barnes, Beebe — Bus. Ed. Chi Omega, AWS, WAA, Pi Omega Pi, SNEA, Phi Beta Lambda, French Club Ann Barnhill, Poragould — Elem. Ed. SNEA Mattie J. Barnhill, Hoxie — Elem. Ed. SNEA KathieJ. Barr, Barton — Drama Alpha Psi Omega, Featherpens, Arrowhead Players Jim D. Barrow, Jonesboro — Chem. Wesley Players, ACS John Basinger, Lake City — Physics BSU, Kappa Mu Epsilon 246 Emma Lee Bass, West Memphis — Eng. AWS, WAA, AOPi, ASC Singers, Arkettes, LXA Crescent Girl, Home- coming Court Attendant, Choral Union, MENC, Indian Staff Karen Best Batterton, Viola — P.E. Chi O, PEMM Club, AWS, WAA John Beason, Greenwood — Radio Journ. Sigma Pi, KASU Broadcasters Club, Arrowhead Players Gordon Becker, St. Louis, Mo. — Agri. Agri Club Brenda Bell, Judsonia — Elem. Ed. SNEA Paula Sue Bell, Pine Bluff — Elem. Ed. Indian Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, AWS, WAA, SNEA, President ' s Roundtable, Tau Beta Sigma, Phi Mu Vonna Lou Bell, Pine Bluff — Spec. Ed. AWS, SNEA, Indian Band Dorothy Bennett, Jonesboro — Bus. Ed. Phi Beta Lambda, PEMM Club, WAA, AWS Bill Berry, Poplar Bluff — P.E. Football, Track Michael Berta, Joliet, ill. — Bus. Ad. Football, TKE Bill Bethel, Paragould — Journ. Sigma Pi Carol Bishop, Bono — Elem. Ed. AGD, AWS, SNEA Sarah Blakemore, Blytheville — Elem Anthony Boblock, Marked Tree — Fn Newman Club, TKE Ronald Boggs, Riverview, Mich. — P.E. Statesmen Shirley Ann Bolick, Keiser — Acct. Larry B. Boling, Lake City — Math Mike Bollendorf, Allentown, Pa. — Bus Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC, Newman Club, SGA Linda Bond, Leachville — Elem. Ed. SNEA Toni Book, Davisburg, Mich. — Elem. Ed. Ed. ench John S. Bost, Sherrill — Agron. Sigma Tau Gamma Raymond A. Bowen, Augusta — Math H. P. Bowers Jr., Jonesboro — Pol. Sci Charles L. Bowlin, Paragould — P.E. Joyce Box, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Elizabeth Bell Boyd, Monette — Bus. Ed. Pi Omega Pi Stephen L. Brady, Jonesboro — Econ. Wayne Bramlette, Little Rock — Bus. SPE C Daniel Brand, Alicia — Biology Baseball, Dorm Counselor William C. Brannon, Lynn — Biology Sharon Branscum, Black Oak — French Jon Braswell, DeWitt — Printing Pershing Rifles, Graphic Arts Club Brenda Bratton, Nashville — Elem. Ed. French Club, SNEA, AWS Phyllis A. Braun, Naylor, Mo. — Art Homer L. Brawley, Osceola — Soc. Sci. Amk 247 Mary Bob Browner, Wynne — English Spanish Club, Featherpens, Alpha Lambda Delta Richard J. Brewer, Paragould — Math Bernard Lloyd Bridger, Jonesboro — Biol. TKE, Newman Club, 1FC Adell Bridges, Dyess — Eng. BSU Ronald D. Britt, Paragould — Eng. Featherpens, Scabbard Blade Carole Broom, Campbell, Mo. — El. Ed. Chi O, WAA, SNEA, AWS, Annual Staff Betty L. Brown, Paragould — Elem. Ed. BSU, SNEA Roger Leroy Brown, Viola — Soc. Sci. Beta Beta Beta, Soc. Sci. Club, Statesmen Billie L. Bruce, Blytheville — Sp. Ed. SNEA, WAA, AWS Sandra Gail Bryan, Keiser — Elem. Ed. Glenda Buchanan, State College — El. Ed. SNEA James P. Buchanan, Batesville — Journ. Drill Team, Pershing Rifles, States- men, YDC, Herald Staff Johnny P. Buchanan, Osceola — Biol. Beta Beta Beta Robert Buchanan, Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. Sally Buchanan, Osceola — Elem. Ed. SNEA Marion D. Buffalo, Carlisle — Sociology LXA, Pi Gamma Mu, Soc. Sci. Club, Concert Choir, ASC Singers, Counter Guerrillas, Choral Union, President ' s Roundtable, SGA Martha J. Bullard, Jonesboro — El. Ed. James V. Burnett, Jonesboro — Math LXA Alene Burnside, Lake City — Elem. Ed. Charles Burr, Mammoth Spring — Bus. Ad SPE, Alpha Kappa Psi, Circle K Ray Burroughs, Jonesboro — Biol. PiKA Ronald M. Byrnes, Marion — Bus. Ad. Track, Tennis John Caldwell, Blytheville — Moth John A. Calhoun, Deering, Mo. — Biol. Beta Beta Beta Suzi Cameron, Jonesboro — English AOPi, WAA, AWS, Herald Staff, Press Club Billie Kay Campbell, Jonesboro — Math Kappa Mu Epsilon Willis Campbell, Walnut Ridge — Journ. Herald Staff, Press Club Janet Caneer, Senath, Mo. — Elem. Ed. Phi Mu, AWS, SNEA, WAA, President ' s Roundtable Kay Cargill, Piggott — Art AWS, NAEA, YDC, Westminster Pat Carter, Brinkley — Soc. Sci. AGD, AWS, WAA, Soc. Sci. Club Elizabeth Corvell, Pine Bluff — Math Richard Carvell, Brinkley — -Radio Journ. KASU Station Manager, Broadcasters Club Larry P. Cassidy, Blytheville — Soc. Sci. Ray E. Cassidy, Blytheville — Bus. James R. Caudill, Wardell, Mo. — Biol. 248 Larry Cazer, Lake City — Agri. Ed. Connie Chailland, Bragg City, Mo. — El. Ed. James Chailland, Kennett, Mo. — Acct CMC, SGA, Drill Team Tommye Chandler, Marked Tree — Sociology Chi O, WAA, AWS Janie ChaoDell. Arbvrd. Mo. — Elem. Ed. Bobby W. Childress, Monette — Agri. Koye Moore Chitmon, Blytheville — El. Ed Wesley, SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi, Alplia Sigma Upsilon, Freshman Women ' s Honorary Wendell Chitmon, Blytheville — Chem. LXA, Phi Eta Sigma, YDC, ACS Alton Christopher, Blytheville — Econ. Angelus Christopher, Norfolk, Va — Print THE, Graphic Arts Club Glenna Clarida, Rector — Math Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta Bobby L. Clark, Cardwell, Mo — Math CMC Karen Sue Clark, Arbyrd, Mo. — Elem. Ed. Ronald H. Clark, Jonesboro — Physics Tom D. Clark, Colt — Bus Ad LXA Tom D. Clark, Colt — Bus. Ad. Football SENIORS Class of ' 66 Norman E. Clay, Osceola — -Art Gerald Clements, Black Oak, Sociology Rebecca Clements, Wynne — Elem. Ed. ASC Singers, WAA, AWS, Kammer Kappelle, Choral Union, Indian Beauty, SNEA Dick Clifford, Campbell, Mo. — Journ. Herald Staff, Indian Marching Band, Graphic Arts Club Larry E. Clowers, Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Delta Pi Gary Cochran, Trumann — Bus. Ad. Cecil H. Coffin, Wynne — Math Dan Coker, Walnut Ridge — Radio Journ. KASU Broadcasters Jim Cole, Sikeston, Mo. — Bus. Ad. Judy Ann Cole, Arbyrd, Mo. — Eng. Kappa Delta Pi, Featherpens Lynn Coleman, Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. Chi O, Indian Staff, Arrow Staff, YDC, SNEA, AWS, WAA, BSU, Soc. Sci. Club D. Clive Collins, Jonesboro — Music Kappa Kappa Psi, Dance Band, Wind Ensemble, Indian Marching Band, Concert Band, Choral Union Billy Condra, Harnsburg — Bus. Ed. Harry Cook III, Dell — Agron. Plant Science Club Sharon Cooper, Millersville, Mo. — P.E. AOPi, WAA, PEMM Club, AWS 249 Nancy Copeland, Union — Bus. Ed. WAA, AWS, Wesley Players, Beta Beta Beta Angelo Coppola, State College — S. Sci. CMC Evelyn Coppola, State College — El. Ed. Norma Costner, Harrisburg — Bus. Ed. Gertrude Coulter, Lepanto — Elem. Ed. Jack E. Cox, Paragould — boc. Sci. Statesmen James E. Coy, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Ann B. Craig, Marked Tree — Eng. AWS, WAA, Phi Mu Robert Craver, Hialeah, Fla. — Econ. Skydiving Club, YRC, Tennis Team, FTA Mike Crowder, Marion — -An. Hus. Block Bridle Club. Aari. Club Paul Crumrin Jr., W. Memphis — S. Sci. PiKA, A-State Sky Divers, YDC Joan Culp, Maiden, Mo. — French Charles D. Cummings, Lonoke — Bus. Ad. Danny Cunningham, Weiner — Agri. Jim Cunningham, Weiner — Agron. BSU SENIORS Class of ' 66 Elizabeth Ann Curtiss, Wynne — Elem. Ed. Phi Mu, WAA, AWS, SNEA, YDC, SGA, President ' s Roundtable Nick Curtis, Niagara Falls, N.Y. — Hist. Statesmen Linda Ann Dacus, Walcott — Bus. Ed. Pi Omega Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Gamma Beta Phi Bess Dailey, Marked Tree — P.E. PEMM Club, WAA Cathy J. Dallas, Blytheville — P.E. PEMM Club, WAA, AWS LaDonna Sue Darr, Jonesboro — Bus. Ed. AWS, WAA, Phi Beta Lambda Joseph Davidson, Melbourne — An. Hus. Block Bridle Club, Agri Club, Livestock Judging Team Philip Davidson, Paragould — Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi Bobbie Anderson Davis, Brinkley — Eng. AGD, Featherpens, Alpha Lambda Delta Dana R. Davis, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. James E. Davis, Nettleton — Bus. Ed. Jean Davis, Black Rock — Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS Linley D. Davis, Pleasant Grove — Hist. Pauline Davis, Senath, Mo. — Elem. Ed. Phil Dawson, Bernie, Mo. — -Soc. Sci. SPi 250 Larry C. Deal, Little Rock — Bus. Ad. CMC, Baseball Harvey DeLoach, Jonesboro — Biology Tennis Sharon Kay DeLoach, Jonesboro — -Math Freshman Women ' s Honorary Gene Denton, Bay — Biology Beta Beta Beta Merlin DeWitt, Morehouse, Mo. — Bioi. Norma Dobson, Batesville — Elem. Ed. SNEA, BSU Shirley Ann Dodson, Bay — Elem. Ed. SNEA Don Douglas, Walnut Ridge — Soc. Sci. Charles B. Dryer, Jonesboro — English TKE, Debate Team Carroll Duckworth, Piggott — Agn. Ed. CMC, FFA, Delta Tau Alpha, Agri Club Cassie Mae Dudley, Hayti, Mo. — Elem. Ed. Joy Diane Dunn, Pocahontos — Music Alpha Sigma Upsilon, MENC, ASC Singers, Choral Union Louie E. Dunn, Jonesboro — Agri. Engr. Martha Dupwe, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Phi Mu, Neivman Club, SNEA, AWS, WAA Sue L. Eakins, Senath, Mo. — Eng. Spanish Club, AWS Carolyn East, Cherry Valley — Elem. Ed SNEA, BSU Sam Edmondson Jr., Lonoke — Bus Ad CMC Jerry Edrington, Paragould — Agri. Ed. Elizabeth Edwards, Frederick, Mo. — El. Ed Ethel Jean Elledge, Jonesboro — Moth AGD Linda Ellington, Cardwell, Mo. — Eng. French Club, ASC Singers, Madrigal Singers, Kammer Kappelle James A. Elliott, Walcott — Acct. Ned J. Ellis, New Carlisle, Ind. — Music Kappa Kappa Psi, The Tribe, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Choral Union, ASC Singers Joe A. Elmore, Paragould — Journ. TKE Spencer Elrod, Jonesboro — Math TKE, Phi Eta Sigma Bill Ennis, Success — P.E. Statesmen John M. Erwin, Mountain Home — Music LXA, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, MENC, Indian Marching Band, ASC Singers, Concert Choir, Choral Union Sue Estes, Ash Flat — Sociology AGD, WAA, Soc. Sci. Club Paula Evans, Hardy — Elem. Ed. Kerry Anne Faily, Caraway — Bus. Ed. John B. Fairley, Parkin — Elem. Ed. SNEA Jerry Don Farley, Cash — Bus. Ad. Ronal Fielder, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Mary Fitzgerald, Paragould — English Phillis Fitzgerald, Paragould — Elem. Ed. 25] Sammy Flagg, Manila — Agri. Engr. Agri. Engr. Club, SPE Barbara Fletcher, Caraway — Elem. Ed. Sandra Ford, Marked Tree — Bus. Ed. Chorles Franklin, Amity — Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club James Franks, Mountain View — Journ. Press Club, Graphic Arts Club, Herald Editor Judy Franks, Mountain View — Bus. Ed. Harvey French, Harviell, Mo. — Bus. Ed. James Frizzell, West Ridge — Chem. Pershing Rifles Donna Fullerton, Bragg City, Mo. — El. Ed SNEA Sara Furniss, Wynn — Math Tommie Gambill, Jonesboro — Music Kappa Kappa Psi, Marching and Concert Bands, Wind Ensemble, Choral Union, MENC Earlene Gardner, Campbell, Mo. — Elem. Troy Garlin, Batesville — Biology Statesmen, Beta Beta Beta, Circle K Sharon Gardner, Victoria — Bus. Ed. AWS, WAA, Broadcasters Club, Pi Omega Pi, AGD, Phi Beta Lambda John Garofas, Helena — Soc. Sci. Pi Gamma Mu William Gash, Parkin — Math Gary Gibson, Blytheville — Biology Pershing Rifles Robert Gladney, Batesville, Miss — Biol PiKA George Glenn Jr., Lynn — P.E. Baseball Brenda Gordon, Jonesboro — Elem Ed AOPi, AWS, WAA, SNEA Van Gore, Forrest City — P.E. WAA, PEMM Club Wilton Goudeaux, Joiner — Soc. Sci. John Gould, Pittsfield, Maine — Bus. Ad. SPi, Alpha Kappa Psi Marvin Gould, Marmaduke — Elem. Ed. Jimmy Lee Grady, Wynne — Agri. Bus. Agri Club Richard Gray, Judsonia — Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club Pete Gregson, Trumann — Biology SPi, Beta Beta Beta Malcolm Griffin, Dell — Aoriculture TKE Wilburn Griggs, Paragould — English Featherpens James Grisham, Bay — Gen. Agri. Nancy Grissom, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. AWS, SNEA Patricia Guffey, Weiner — Elem. Ed. Jerry Guiltner, Paragould — Radio Journ. Broadcasters Club Phil Gurley, Kennett, Mo. — An. Hus. Block Bridle Glenn Halbrook, Center Ridge — Agri. Ed. ATA, Agri Club, Collegiate FFA 252 Normon Hale, Newport — Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club Holly C. Hall, Weiner — Elem. Ed. AOPi, AWS, SNEA, WAA, Indian Staff Rick Hall, Blytheville — Sociology Statesmen, President ' s Roundtable Robert L Halley, Stuttgart — Bus. Ed. TKE, Alpha Kappa Psi Diane Halsell, Blytheville — P.E. AOPi, PEMM Club, WAA, AWS, Honorary Cadet, Cheerleader, Homecoming Maid Marvin E. Hampton, Jonesboro — Math Arkadians, Scabbard Blade Bobby Neal Hankins, Newport — Bus. Ad James Harbin, Forrest City — Bus. Ad. Statesmen, Alpha Kappa Psi Eugene Hardy, Charleston, S C. — Hist. Newman Club Patricia B. Harlow, Little Rock — Fr. AOPi, AWS, WAA, French Club Jerry Wayne Harp, Hoxie — Bus. Ad. Jahnae Harper, Coruthersville, Mo. — Bus AOPi, Phi Beta Lambda, AWS, WAA, Indian Staff, Indian Band, Majorette Bobby Ray Harper, Monticello — P.E. Marcia Lee Harrell, Earle — Eng. A JU, Alpha Lambda Delta, Feather- pens, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, AWS, WAA, Wesley Foundation, Lambda Iota Tau, Spanish Club, President ' s Roundtable, Arrowhead Players Russ Harrington, N. Little Rock — Soc. Sci LXA. Social Science Club SENIORS Class of ' 66 Jim P. Harris, Strawberry — Soc. Sci. Arnold Harrison, Cherry Valley — Bus. William Harrison, Memphis, Tenn. — Bus. TKE, Football W. A. Hartman, Pennsauken, N.J. — An. Hus Statesmen Richard Lee Hartness, Wynne — Math Delta Sigma Alpha, BSU, Scabbard Blade, Pershing Rifles Martha Hastings, Mt. View — Elem. Ed. BSU, AWS, SNEA Wayne Hawkins, Walnut Ridge — Math SPE, Circle K Ronnie James Haynes, Trumann — Biol. SPi, Beta Beta Beta Thomas H. Haynes, Trumann — Biol. Gloria M. Hemenway, Newport — Span. French Club, Spanish Club, AWS Becky Henderson, Blytheville — Journ. AOPi, Cheerleader. Indian Staff Betty Jane Henry, Black Oak — Eng. Jack Henson, McRae — Bus. Ed. Alpha Kappa Psi Nan M. Hentz, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Almond C. Hervey, Trumann — Soc. Sci Pi Gamma Mu 253 Gary Hibbs, Jacksonville — Sociology Pershing Rifles Carolyn Hicks, Stuttgart — Accounting Wesley Foundation, Young Democrats Edwin Hicks, West Memphis — Biology Statesmen Diane Hilburn, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Patricia Hill, Batesville — Bus. Ed. Phi Beta Lambda, WAA Arthur Hite, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Bus. Judy Hodges, Earle — Elem. Ed Chi O, SNEA, WAA, AWS Mary Ann Hodges, Trumann — Elem Ed WAA, AWS Charles R. Holden, Newport — Bus. Ad. Michael A. Holland, West Helena — Biol SPi, Circle K, Phi Eta Sigma Brenda Kaye Holmes, Paragould — Chem ACS Barbara Honnoll, Leachville — -Bus. Ed. AWS, Dorm Council Lola D. Honnoll, Leachville — Elem Ed AWS, WAA, SNEA Alice H. Hooker, Paragould — P E PEMM Club, WAA Wilburn Horner Jr., Harrisburg — Math Math Club SENIORS Class of ' 66 Martha A. Houchin, Fisher — Elem. Ed. SNEA, WAA, AWS, AOPi Kafherine Housley, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed Mary H. Houston, Lake City — Elem. Ed. Paula Howard, Walnut Ridge — Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA Samuel E. Howell, Jonesboro — Chem. George Hubbell, Pocahontas — An. Hus. Chi Alpha, Agri Club, Block Bridle Heber B. Hughes, Haynes — Agronomy Plant Science Club Don Taylor Hurt, Marianna — Biology Circle K Terry Ray Ishmael, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad LXA Lewis C. Jocks, Pine Bluff — English Leland Jackson, Bella Vista — Agri. Ed Agri Club, FFA, Block Bridle Ronald E. Jackson, Jonesboro — Biology Beta Beta Beta, Scabbard Blade. President ' s Roundtable, ACS Susan Jackson, Walnut Ridge — English Pi Beta Phi Carole James, Harrisburg — Music Ed. MENC William Jamison, Jonesboro — Sociology PiKA, SGA 254 Charles R. Jarvis, Newport — Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi Wanda J. Jeffrey, Locust Grove — English AGD, Featherpens Marnetta Jerome, Blythevllle — F.lem. Ed. AGD, Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, WAA, AWS, President ' s Roundtable Lois Wilson Johns, Harrisburg — Elem. Ed. SNEA Brenda Kay Johnson, Jonesboro — Bus. Ed. WAA, AWS John B. Johnson, Piggott — Bus. Ad. Dick Johnson, State College — Soc. Sci. Nellie Jane Johnston, Bay— Sociology Sarah Ann Johnston, Bono — English Francis P. Jones Jr., Newport — Econ American Economics Association Garry Dennis Jones, Cash — Soc. Sci. NAEB lola Lane Jones, Jonesboro — English Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Beta Beta Larry D. Joplin, Doniphan, Mo. — P.E. Basketball, PEMM Club Roger Kearbey, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — Bus. SPi Charles D. Keller, Weiner — Biology Baseball. Pi Gamma Mu, Circle K Dayton Keller, Dyersburg, Tenn. — -Agri. TKE, Delta Tau Alpha, SGA, Agri Engineers Haskell Kelley, Jonesboro- — Agri. Ed. Agri. Club Sue Kelley, Jonesboro — English Arrow Staff, Featherpens, Lambda Iota Tau, French Club, Herald Staff, AWS Laura Kendrick, Osceola — Elem. Ed. AGD, AWS, WAA, SNEA, Cheerleader James Kennemore, Osceola — Bus. Ad. Statesmen, YRC Anna Kieltuski, Marked Tree — -Elem. Ed. SNEA, AWS Lester E. Kinard, Grubbs — -Soc. Sci. Mary Kinard, Grubbs — P.E. Charles L. Kinder, Stuttgart — Bus. Pershing Rifles Bobby H. King, Tyronza — Bus. Ad. LXA Linda King, Clarkton, Mo. — Soc. Sci. Social Science Club, WAA, AWS, SNEA, BSU Donna Kinkead, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — Bus. Alpha Kappa Psi Ovea Kirkwood, Manila — Bus. Ed. William Kittrell, Jonesboro — Bus. Ed. SPE janie Lee Knight, Steele, Mo. — Elem. Ed. SNEA Theodore Kueter, Paragould — Gen. Agri. Neivma?i Club Philip Kustoff, Trumann— Sociology Pi Gamma Mu, American Sociological Society Amelia Anne Landreth, Biggers — Biology Betty Sue Larkin, Blytheville — Bus. Ed. AWS Chip Latourette, Jonesboro — Biology TKE, Beta Beta Beta, Football, Newman Club, President ' s Roundtable 255 Linda Leeds, Jacksonville — Bus. Ad. Wesley, Phi Beta Lambda Chrystal Leimer, Waldenburg — Chem. American Chemical Society Janet Guthrie Lieblong, Jonesboro — Math Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon Donna Carol Linam, Rector — Hist. Nora Linder, McRae — Eng. AWS, Arrowhead Players, Featherpens Dana Marie Linn, Jonesboro — Eng Phi Mu Elizabeth Love, Jonesboro — Eng AOPi, SNEA Barbara Sue Lynn, Trumann — Eng. Chi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, Feather- pens, Freshman Women ' s Honorary, AWS, Young Republicans Doris Frances Lyon, Jonesboro — Bus Ed AWS, WAA Rebecca Lyttle, Jonesboro — Sociology Featherpens, AWS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Indian Staff, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Lambda Iota Tau Charles W. Mace, Blytheville — Hist. Canterbury Club, Young Republicans Dale Madden, Beedeville — Agri. Bus. Church of Christ Student Group, Delta Tau Alpha Patricia Mahon, Batesville — Elem. Ed. Indian Band, Wesley Players Don F. Marlar, Jonesboro — Bus Ad CMC Ronald A. Martin, West Ridge — Soc. Sci. Cleo Massey, Blytheville — Soc. Sci. Sigma Phi Epsilon John Masterson, Jonesboro — Eng. Alpha Psi Omega, Arrowhead Play- ers, Lambda Iota Tau, Featherpens, Arrow Editor, Beta Beta Beta, YRC, Modern Language Club Mary Masterson, Jonesboro — Elem Ed SNEA, AWS, Arrowhead Players, Alpha Psi Omega Jo Ann Mathis, Paragould — Elem Ed SNEA, AWS Donald R. Maupin, Jonesboro — Soc Sci TKE, PEMM, Social Science Club Donna Sue McAdams, Trumann — Elem. Ed. AOPi, ASC Singers, Band, Choral Union, AWS, WAA, MENC, SNEA Jerry McAfee, Monette — Agri. Ed. SGA President, FFA, Agri Club, Plant Science Club, President ' s Roundtable, Circle K, BSU, ATA William McClanahan, Blytheville — Art NAEA John McClung, Jonesboro — Math PiKA Ken McCormick, St. Louis, Mo. — Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi Gabriel McCracken, Jonesboro— Sociology Hortense McCrary, Lepanto — Elem. Ed. Larry T. McDaniel, Paragould — Bus. James D. McElyea, Hoxie — Pol. Sci. Pi Gamma Mu Guy D. Mclntire, Yellville — Bus. Ed. Statesmen, Alpha Kappa Psi Billy J. McGill, Turrell — Bus. Ad. Sidney McHaffey, Blytheville — P.E. Statesmen, PEMM Club Pat McKenzie, White Pigeon, Mich. — El. Ed. ASC Singers, WAA, SNEA Alice McMillin, Gobler, Mo. — Elem. Ed. SNEA, WAA, AWS Mary Anne Means, Doniphan, Mo. — Art BS 17, NAEA, Choral Union, ASC Singers, AWS 256 Cheryl Melville, Monette — Sociology Huey E. Miles, Manila — Bus. Ad. Lowell W. Miller, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. TKE Richard E. Miller, Wynne — Biol CMC Jerry Joe Milligan, Black Rock — Moth CMC W. C. Mills Jr., Harrisburg — Agri TKE, Pla nt Science Club James Milner, Cabot — Bus. Ed. Georgia Mmirth, Leachville — Elem. Ed AWS Beverly J. Minton, Des Arc — Elem. Ed. Wesley Foundation C. L. Montgomery, Delaplaine — Pol. Sci SPi Betty Moody, Pine Bluff — Elem. Ed. Phi Mu, AWS, WAA, SNEA Jerry Moody, Salem — An. Hus. SPi, Block Bridle, Livestock Judging Team Al mo Annette Moore, Success — Bus Ed Chi O, AWS, WAA, Phi Beta Lambda, BSU Joe Allen Moore, Helena — Agron. Johnny W. Moore, Nettleton — Bus. Ad. SENIORS Class of ' 66 Joseph Moore, Pocahontas— Bus. Ad. SGA, Circle K Michael D. Moort, Jonesboro — Biol. Elvis W. Morris, Blytheville — Hort. Jerry Dale Morrow, Biggers — P.E. Statesmen, Baseball Jessie Gwyn Mosely, Jonesboro — Music Hazel Moses, Paragould — Elem. Ed. SNEA Jesse Clinton Moses, Paragould — P.E. Statesmen, PEMM Club Jo Ann Mostyn, Sulphur Rock — P.E. AGD, WAA, AWS, PEMM Club Brian Mullen, Miami, Fla. — Bus. Ad. PiKA, Alpha Kappa Psi George Munger, Jonesboro — P.E. CMC, Football, Basketball, Track Alvin C. Murray, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. SPi, French Club, Golf Barbara L. Myers, Poplar Bluff — P.E. AOPi, AWS, WAA, PEMM Club, Indian Staff Jack Wayne Nail, Blytheville — Bus. Ad. PiKA Johnnie B. Naylor, Helena — Bus. Ad. Carolyn Neal, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. 257 Martha Ann Neal, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Johnny Thomas Neel, St. Joe — Agri. Ed. FFA, Alpha Tau Alpha Phil Newkirk, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — Biol. LXA, Beta Beta Beta Ellen June Newman, Rector — Bus. Ed. AWS, WAA, Chi Alpha, French Club W. P. Nicholson, Hickory Ridge — Ag. Ed. ATA, FFA, Agri Club, Circle K Linda Sue Noble, Rives, Mo. — Elem. Ed. WAA, Gamma Beta Phi, AWS, SNEA W. H. Noe, Maiden, Mo. — P.E. Football Betty O ' Brien, Marianna — Eng. T. M. O ' Connor, Jonesboro — Music Kappa Psi, Band, Dance Band, Wind Ensemble, MENC Martha Oglesby, Fort Smith — Eng. Max H. Oldham Jr., Wynne — Biol. ACS Larry D. Osborn, Black Oak — Soc. Sci. Donnie R. Osborn, Kennett, Mo. — P.E. PEMM Club, Soc. Sci. Club Mike R. Overall, Campbell, Mo. — Journ. Kappa Kappa Psi, Indian Band, Concert Band, Dance Band Hershel F. Owens, Lake City — Acct. SENIORS Class of ' 66 Linda Owens, Monette — Bus. Ed. Hugh A Pace, Osceola — Elem. Ed. Statesmen, SNEA, YRC Trudy Ann Pace, Shawnee — -Elem. Ed. SNEA, YRC Nathan L. Pack, Jonesboro — Eng. W. F. Pagano, N. Brunswick, N.J. — P.E. Football Jim Pardew, Jonesboro — Journ. TKE, Herald Editor, SGA, Press Club Richard G. Parenti, Pine Bluff — Chem. SPE, Circle K, ACS William D. Pearson, Lake City — Acct. Patsy J. Pelts, Kennett, Mo.- — Elem. Ed Chi O, SNEA, WAA, AWS, YRC, Indian Staff R. E. Pettengell Jr., Jonesboro — Math Newman Club, Counter Guerrilla, Scabbard Blade Paulette Petty, Forrest City — Art AWS Hayden C. Phillips, Franklin — Ag. Ed. FFA Leon Phillips, Trumann — Biol. Paul T. Phillips, Blytheville — Hist. Arkadians, Scabbard Blade, Neivman Club, Counter Guerrilla Nellie Philpot, Campbell, Mo - — Elem. Ed. 258 Linda Pickering, Jonesboro — Eng. Ed. Charles E. Pickney, Pocohontas — Chem. ACS Margaret Pigue, Paragould — Elem Ed. SNEA Ronald W. Pigue, Paragould — P.E. PEMM Club Ray Plumlee, Ash Flat — -Agri. Ed. FFA Larry Poole, Kennett, Mo. — Bus. Ed. SPi, Baseball Charles Pope, Pocahontas — -An. Hus. Agri Club, Block Bridle Club, Livestock Judging Team Alan F. Posey, Helena — Biol. Beta Beta Beta Richard Lee Power, Pine Bluff — Acct SPE, Circle K David Lee Pratt, Light — An. Hus. Block Bridle Club, Livestock Judging Team Frankie Pratt, Cardwell, Mo. — Bus. Ed. Charles Presson, Kennett, Mo. — Math Johnny Procell, Pine Bluff — Bus. Ad Thomas E. Propes, West Memphis — Math Barry L. Pruitt, Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. Cynthia Pugh, Jonesboro — Eng. Blann H. Rains, Nettleton — Chem ACS Louis Raley, Paragould — Acct. Newman Club Martha Randle, Jonesboro — Sociology AOPi Larry Randolph, Gideon, Mo. — Sociology Mary Raney, Charleston— Eng. Dennis William Ray, Newport — -P.E. Kinley L. Ray, Earle — Bus SPi Doyle Reddick, Maynard — An. Hus. Block Bridle Club, Agri Club Max Redmond, Wardell, Mo. — Math Statesmen Potricia Reece, Lake City — Elem. Ed. SNEA Ronald E. Reese, Miami, Fla. — Sp. Ed PiKA Thomas C. Reese, Osceola — P.E. TKE, Football H. K. Reeves, Gadsden, Ala. — P.E. Football Bobby J. Reynolds, Oil Trough — Journ. Statesmen, Featherpens Alicia Ann Rich, Stuttgart — Bus Ed. LXA Crescent Girl, AGD, WAA, AWS, Newman Club, Phi Beta Lambda F. D. Richardson, Clarkton, Mo. — Agri. FFA Bill Richardson, Kennett, Mo. — Ag. Ed. TKE, FFA, SGA, ATA, Agri Club Edward Rickus, Farmington, Mo. — P.E TKE, Football Kathy Ridings, Arbyrd, Mo. — Elem. Ed SNEA 259 Brenda Riley, Advance, Mo. — Bus. Ed. Linda Lou Ringo, Corning — P.E. WAA, PEMM Club Andrea Risenhoover, Biggers — Elem. Ed. SNEA, WAA, AWS Lonnie Risenhoover, Biggers — Elem. Ed. Donald Robbins, Trumann — Music Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, Dance Band, ASC Singers Glen D. Roberts, Kennett, Mo. — Acct. President ' s Roundtable, CMC, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Kappa Psi Mildred M. Roberts, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Deloris Robinson, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — Art AOPi, Lambda Iota Tau, NAEA, WAA, AWS, Panhellenic, Indian Staff Doris Robinson, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — Bus AOPi, AWS, WAA, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Kappa Psi Sweetheart, SGA, PiKA Sweetheart Ralph Robinson, Blytheville — Agri. Ed. BSU, FFA, Agri Club Ruth Robinson, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Ronnie Rodgers, West Memphis — Acct SPE, Phi Beta Lambda Anna Rose Rogers, Trumann — Elem. Ed. David W. Rogers, Blytheville — Math SPE, Circle K, French Club Jimmy E. Rogers, Clarendon — Chem PiKA, ACS Johnny R. Rogers, Wilson — Soc. Sci PiKA, YRC, SGA Wesley D. Rorex, Harrisburg — Bus. Ad. Charlotte B. Rose, Clinton — Elem. Ed SNEA Michael J. Rose, Jonesboro — Math SPi, Newman Club Gary Don Rowlett, Lafe — Math Math Club James F. Rowlett, Trumann — Agronomy Agri Club, Plant Science Culb Huie D. Ruffin, Paragould — Agri. Ed. FFA Linda Russell, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — El. Ed. SNEA, AWS, YDC Joan Rutledge, Jonesboro — Music MENC, ASC Singers Jerry R. Ryan, Jonesboro — Radio Journ. LXA, Pershing Rifles, KASU Staff Sue Sanders, Hardy — P.E. Joseph Schunk, Marmaduke — Agri. Ed. FFA, Agri Club Sandra L. Scoggin, Weldon — Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA, SNEA Becky Scurlock, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Chi O, SNEA, WAA, AWS, SGA Martha Senteney, Weiner — Biology Sam R. Shanlever, Jonesboro — Biology Beta Beta Beta Francis Sharp, Ash Flat — Soc. Sci. WAA, AWS, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club Robert L. Shelton, Jonesboro — Print. Graphic Arts Club Richard Shelton, Marked Tree — Journ. TKE, SGA, Press Club, Herald Staff Janet Shepherd, Jonesboro — English AOPi, Newman Club, WAA, AWS 260 Jeanne Shields, North Little Rock — P.E. AGD, AWS, SNEA, PEMM Club, WAA, SGA Larry D. Shirley, Trumann — Bus. Ad. Jerry L. Shue, Beebe — Biology PiKA, YDC Gwen Southard Sifford, Batesville — Eng Lon Simmons, North Little Rock — Eng. LXA, SGA, Featherpens, YDC Diane Huggs Simpson, Pine Bluff — Eng. Featherpens, Band, Choral Union, MENC, AWS James M. Simpson, Osceola — Elem. Ed. Jeanne B. Simpson, Pocahontas — Eng. Featherpens, Lambda Iota Tan, French Club, NEA, Kappa Delta Pi Sue Carolyn Sims, Jonesboro— Elem. Ed. Glen Sivils, Crossett — An. Hus. Billy J. Slayton, Minturn — Biology Catherine Smart, Piggott — Elem. Ed. AGD, SGA, Panhellenic Council, SNEA, Indian Staff, MENC, Band, Featherpens Thomas H. Smart, Piggott — An. Hus. Indian Chief, Block Bridle, Agri Club Jerry Smith, Leachville — Biology Jill Ann Smith, Monette — Elem. Ed. SENIORS Class of ' 66 Patricia Smith, Brinkley — Elem. Ed. AGD, WAA, AWS Samuel L. Smith, Jonesboro — Accounting Alpha Kappa Psi, Scabbard Blade Shirley Smith, Osceola — Bus. Ed. BSU, WAA Charles Snider, Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. Wayne Snipes, Jonesboro — History Social Science Club, CMC, Circle K, BSU, YRC Rod Sparks, Jacksonville — Bus. Ad. PiKA Buddy Spears, Gideon, Mo. — P.E. PEMM Club, Statesmen Linda A. Spence, Paragould — English Donald Ray Spencer, Osceola — Biology TKE, Phi Mu Flame, Beta Beta Beta Nina Stafford, Jonesboro — Soc. Sci. Jerry L. Stairs, Paragould — Bus. Ad. Voncile Stanley, Walnut Ridge — -Elem. Ed. SNEA Kenneth Starnes, Black Rock — Gen. Sci. CMC Haven Starr, Edwardsville, III.- — Elem. Ed. SNEA, ASC Singers, Choral Union, Kammer Kappelle Thomas Stevens, Stafford — Agri. Econ. Statesmen, FFA, Agri Club 261 Glenda Stewart, Powhatan — Elem. Ed. SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi Donald W. Stilwell, Doniphan, Mo. — Soc. John T. Stoll, Ravenden — Biol. Trudy Stone, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — El. Ed. Virginia Stone. Paraaould — Elem. Ed. Charles Stricklin, Harrisburg — Biol. CMC Donna Stricklin, Harrisburg — Elem. Ed. W. L. Strong, Van Buren, Mo. — Math TKE Mary Sulfridge, Wynne — Elem. Ed. Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA Mary Sullivan, Hoyti, Mo. — Eng. AWS Dan Summers, Villa Park, III — P.E. Football Ramona Sweet, Manila — Elem. Ed. AWS, WAA W. W. Sweet, Forrest City — Bus. Ad. Leon Swihart, Leachville — Hort. SPE, SGA Carolyn Swindle, Jonesboro — Eng. AOPi, Lambda Iota Tau, Panhellejiic Council, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Featherpens, AWS, WAA, President ' s Roundtable, ASC Singers, Choral Union, Band, Indian Staff SENIORS Class of ' 66 Myrna Taggart, Augusta — Elem. Ed. F. L Tanner Jr., Jonesboro — Chem ACS Lynda Taylor, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. Martha Taylor, Maiden, Mo. — Eng Tommye Taylor, Wynne — Music Ed. Concert Choir, Choral Union, AWS, MENC Barbara Thompson, Wynne — Eng. WAA, AWS, AGD, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Featherpens, Spanish Club, TKE Sweetheart Wayne Thompson, Brinkley — Soc Sci SPi Valerie Thornton, Hoyti, Mo. — Elem Ed Alpha Lambda Delta, SNEA, AWS Jimmy Tidwell, Dell — Acct. Alpha Kappa Psi, CMC Sharon Tilley, Fisher — Span. Spanish Club, French Club, WAA, Featherpens James Tinney, Jonesboro — Eng. Herald Staff, Kappa Epsilon Stanley Tomlinson, Macon, III. — P.E. Basketball, Baseball Sylvia Toone, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed BSU, AWS, SNEA, Choral Union Larry Treadwell, Marshall — Bus. Ad. Basketball Robert Trebilcock, Ash Flat — Agri. Ed. Delta Tau Alpha, Alpha Tau Alpha Agri Club. FFA, Circle K, Canterbuni Club J 2B2 Sherrill Triplet! Mananna — Spec. Ed. WAA, AWS, SNEA Billy Trout, Bourbonnois, III — Bus. Alpha Kappa Psi Barry E. Tubbs, Trumann — Biol. SPE Billie Stone Turman, Jonesboro — P.E. WAA Danny Clark Turnbo, Rector — Bus. Ad. Statesmen Ann Clayton Turnbow, Minturn — Elem. Ed. SNEA James M. Turnbull, Jonesboro — Print. SGA, Graphic Arts, Square Dance Club, Dorm Council Atlee Turney Jr., Jonesboro — An. Hus. Block Bridle Linda Ulmer, Fort Smith — Eng. AGD, SGA, AWS, WAA, Lambda Iota Tau, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, YRC, Indian Staff, French Club, SPE Sweetheart, Homecoming Maid Mary Jean Vail, Biggers — Soc. Sci. Nita Kaye Vanhook, Newport — Elem. Ed. Alpha Sigma Upsilon, SNEA, Alpha Lambda Delta, AGD, Cheerleader, LXA Crescent Girl, Homecoming Maid, Honorary Cadet Capt., AWS, Panhellenic Reta Vaughn, Cherry Valley — Elem. Ed. Spanish Club, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, BSU Janet Louise Vines, Newport — Bus. Ed. Margaret Ruth Vines, Jonesboro — Bus. Ed. Howard Vollberg, Pittsburgh, Pa. — Mus Ed MENC, ASC Singers, Choral Union, Concert Choir Roland Waggoner, Pyatt — Agri. Hellen Wagoner, Sedgwick — Elem. Ed SNEA Harold Wallin, Marked Tree — P E Football, PEMM Club Jimmy Wallin, Hickory Ridge — Agri. Ed Alpha Tau Alpha, FFA, Agri Club Pat Wallin, Marked Tree — Elem Ed SNEA, WAA Beverly Warbington, Newport — Eng. Chi O, SGA, Featherpens, AWS, WAA Gory Ward, Lilbourn, Mo. — Radio Journ. Broadcasters Club, KASU Staff Monte Kay Ward, Paragould — P.E. WAA, AWS, PEMM Club Tim Wargo Jr., Watson — Agronomy SPE, Plant Science Club, Agri Club, FFA, Skydivers Linda Warren, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — El. Ed. SNEA, WAA Barbara Watson, Strawberry — Elem. Ed. SNEA James Watson, Maiden, Mo. — Acct. CMC, Alpha Kappa Psi, SGA John Watson, Monette — Bus. Ad. TKE, YDC, Circle K Donald E. Weaver, Manila — Elem. Ed. BSU, SNEA Robert Webb, Poplar Bluff, Mo. — P.E. Baseball, SPi Ernest R. Webster, Bono — Bus. Ad. Brenda Joyce Welch, Jonesboro — Eng. AOPi, BSU, Alpha Sigma Upsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Lambda Iota Tau, KASU Staff, Broadcasters Club, Indian Staff, Herald Staff, AWS, WAA, Featherpens, Arrowhead Players, President ' s Roundtable Jerry L. Wells, Osceola — Accounting TKE, Alpha Kappa Psi Wayne F. Wells, Ash Flat — Bus. Ad. David M. Werner, Peru, Ind. — Elem. Ed. Football, Arkastatesmen 263 Sedric D. Wesson, Corning — Elem. Ed SNEA Douglos Hascle West, Jonesboro — Acct. William West, Des Arc — Bus. Ad. Claude E. Whited — Batesville — Math Statesmen David Whitfield, Mt. View — Agri. Ec. Agri Club, Delta Tau Alpha, Wesley Foundation Tyrel Gene Whitlow, Lynn — Art NAEA Terry Wicker, Blytheville — Bus. Ad SPi Jerry Wilcox, Black Oak — Elem. Ed. SNEA, BSU Jimmy Wilder, Little Rock — Journ. Indian Staff, Herald Staff Charles R. Wiles, Jonesboro — Journ. LXA, SGA, Press Club, Graphic Arts Club, Indian Staff, Herald Staff James R. Willett, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Mary Kathryn Willett, Jonesboro — Eng. AWS, Newman Club, Spanish Club, Featherpens Dwight Williams, Jonesboro — Bus. Ad. Joe Williams, Newport — Soc. Sci. Karen Williams, Paragould — Spec. Ed. SENIORS Class of ' 66 Kent Williams, Paragould — P.E. PEMM Club Norman Williams, Brinkley — Bus. Ad. Alpha Kappa Psi Virginia Williams, Rector — Eng. Chi Omega, Featherpens, WAA, AWS, Indian Staff, YRC, Lambda Iota Tau Dennis Wilson, Jonesboro — P.E. CMC, PEMM Club Velma Wilson, Weiner — Elem. Ed. SNEA Charles Wisdom, Beebe — Sociology Statesmen Janet Wisdom, Jonesboro — Elem. Ed. SNEA Randal Wisdom, Jonesboro — Eng. Biol. CMC Eleanor Wisehart, Myrtle, Mo. — Elem. Ed. AWS, SNEA, ASC Singers Wendell Wood, Pine Bluff — Bus. Ad. Football Sammie Virgil Wood, Jonesboro — Agri. Do n Richard Woods, Blytheville — Art Jerry W. Worlow, Walnut Ridge — Bus. Alpha Kappa Psi Howard L. Wortham, Manila — Bus. Ad. Statesmen, Gamma Beta Phi Charlotte A. Wright, Jonesboro — P.E. PEMM Club, SNEA, AWS 264 Larry Wright, Jonesboro — Journ. Statesmen, KASU Broadcasters Club, Press Club, Herald Staff Boneta Young, Broag City, Mo. — El. Ed SNEA John D. Young, Parma, Mo. — Hist Richard Zenger, Bytheville — Biol. Lee Ziegenhorn, Earle — Bus. Ad. SPi HORSEPLAY is an important and well-remembered part of college. BEAUTY AND BEAST prepare to trick or treat on Halloween. The Fun We Had, People We Met BOY MEETS GIRL, and the time-honored story begins, neither knowing where it will end. Jan Abbott, Tuckerman Gary L. Abney, Paragould Danny Adams, Leachville Don Adams, McCrory Russell Adams, Bono Wanda Adams, Paragould Sheldon Adamson, Jonesboro James Adkisson, Hayti, Mo. Ronnie Adkisson, Guion Tom Akers, Searcy Ellen Alderson, Forrest City Connie Alexander, Gideon, Mo. Ken Allen, Trumann Jerry Allison, Jonesboro Louis Alpe, Crawfordsville Leta Anderson, Lepanto Martha Anderson, Blytheville Dwight Aston, Harrisburg Bill E. Bailey, Leachville Bill M. Bailey, Ravenden Springs Dottie Bailey, Jonesboro Glen Bailey, Ash Flat John Baker, Clarksburg, Mo. John D. Baker, McCrory Lorry Ball, Jonesboro Ray Ball, North Little Rock Margaret Ballentine, Grandview Robert Barber, Newport JUNIORS Class of ' 67 Robert Bardwell, Earle William Barker, Maiden, Mo. Robert Berkley, Jonesboro Jerry Barnes, Jonesboro Stanley Barnes, Walnut Ridge Verlon Barnes, Bono Douglas Barnetr, Walnut Ridge Walter Barnes, Blytheville John Michael Barrett, Pine Bluff Robbie Barron, Tulsa, Okla. Monte Joe Barrow, Paragould Mary Anne Bartlett, Wynne Charles Beach, Manila Don Bearden, Senath, Mo. Wayne Beaumont, Fort Smith Martin M. Becker, Jonesboro Marilyn Belcher, North Little Rock James H. Bell, Gillett Curtis M. Bennett, Jonesboro Frances Bennett, Jonesboro Laymond Bennett, Searcy Stanley Bennett, Wynne Steven Benson, Stuttgart Sandra Berry, Kennett, Mo. Wade Berryhill, Monette James Best, Hardy Cecil Bethune, Bertrand, Mo. Elizabeth Bickford, North Little Rock William Biggers, Tuckerman David Bingham, Marked Tree James Bingham, Marked Tree Polly Bingham, Marked Tree Sandra Fallis Bighorn, Jonesboro Darrell M. Black, Kennett, Mo. Gene Blackford, Marion 266 iri T Ait ft Ill ft! ■ 1 — — 11! Larry Blackwood, Senath, Mo. Kenneth Blades, Parma, Mo. Sharon Leigh Blaylock, Campbell, Mo. Ralph Bloodworth, Poplar Bluff, Mo. James Boatner, Jonesboro Max Bobbitt, Mel I wood Martha Bolin, Searcy Michael Bollinger, Manila Rockey Booker, Blytheville Glen Booth, Black Oak Janice Bostic, Fisk, Mo. Rebecca Bowden, Marianna Grover Bowers, Parkin Jimmy Bowles, Keiser Carolyn Bowlin, Paragould Charles Boyd, Manila Johnny Boyd, Leachville Bobby Bradley, Tuckerman Jimmy Bragg, Lepanto Teddy Brannan, Rector Charles Brandon, Clarkton, Mo. Connie Brannon, Lynn William Brannon, Corning Sandra Branum, Harrisburg Bette Brashears, Corning Linda Browner, Piggott JcAnn Bridges, Jonesboro Winfred Bridges, Monette Ben Brogdon, Blytheville Bobby C. Brown, Searcy Donald Brown Jr., Weiner James H. Brown Jr., Poplar Bluff, Mo. Janice Brown, Lake City Karen Brown, Walcott Leon Brown, Jonesboro Warren Brown, Walnut Ridge Bobby Browning, North Little Rock Beverly Ann Bruce, Bradford James Bruce, Blytheville Thomas Bruch, Chicago, III Tommy Lee Burch, Lynn Gary Buck, Leachville Dorothy Goin Buhrmester, Jonesboro Jim Burke, Cohocton, N.Y. Mary Burks, Lake City Jim Burnett, Batesville David Burns, Blytheville Janette Burns, Hoxie John Burns, DeWitt Ralph F. Burns, Yellville Doug Burris, Jonesboro John Burrow Jr., Mammoth Springs Jerry Butler, Little Rock Jerry M. Burton, Paragould John Byers, Knobel Rebecca A. Brown, Hickory Ridge Pamela Byrd, Jonesboro David Cady, Pine Bluff Frank Caldwell, Jonesboro Cynthia Callahan, Walnut Ridge Betsy F. Campbell, Jonesboro Geraldine Campbell, Jonesboro Juanita Campbell, Trumann John M. Canepa, Memphis, Tenn. Charles Cannon, Osceola Gayle Cannon, Reyno Bryan Caplinger, Harrisburg Gracie Carey, Heth George Michael Cargill, Piggott Jo-Ann Carmack, Weiner 267 Tommy Joe Carney, Blythevi lie Jimmy Alan Carr, Newport Danny Carroll, Senath, Mo. James Albert Carter, Paragould Kay Carter, Satellite Beach, Fla. Sarah Carter, Steele, Mo. William H. Casey, Little Rock M. Frances Cate, Walnut Ridge Gayle Cafes, Little Rock Mary Garrard Caudill, Manila David J. Cave, Havertown, Pa. Judy Chandler, Tyronza Fay Chappell, Brickeys Paula Cheshier, Nettleton Ray Alan Cheshier, Jonesboro Jerry Chilcutt, Rector Sharon Chitwood, Mountain View Charles C. Chrisco, Luxora Walter Chrisco, Osceola Dale Christian, Dexter, Mo. Ava Chronister, Walnut Ridge Jane Bianca Cissell, Osceola Michel Civalier, Phoenix, Ariz. Pauline Clampit, Whitehall Gene Clancy, Hornell, N.Y. Jeff Clark, Paragould Douglas Claybrook, Paragould Bob R. Clements, Brookland Kay Clements, Lexa Sharon Rose Clements, Caraway David A. Clifton, Wynne Harry Cline, Tyronza Fred W. Cloin, Jonesboro Larry Coffman, Paragould Ronald S. Cohen, Blythevi I le Robert Bryant Cole, Jonesboro Robert L. Cole, Williford Carol Beth Coleman, Dowdy Neauman Coleman, Holly Grove George Collier Jr., Paragould Lanna Fay Collier, Caraway Jan Collins, Valley View Patrick J. Collins, Chicago, III. Bill Connelly, Blythevi I le Arline Cooper, Monette Jockie Cooper, Marmaduke Martha Cooper, Paragould Linda K. Copeland, Monette James Costner, Harrisburg Glenda Cowart, Clarkridge Gerry Crobb, Helena Homer Lee Craft, Bernie, Mo. Shirley Jean Craft, Rector Susan Crafton, Jonesboro Pat Craig, Monette Gaylon Crain, Marmaduke Cheryl Lynne Crane, Jonesboro Evan T. Crawford Jr., Wynne Jerry Eugene Crim, Blythevi I le Bobby Crisco, McRae Gail Crisler, Cash Jimmy L. Crites, Senath, Mo. Edward Croft, Campbell, N.Y. Kenneth L. Cruce, Lafe Harold Crye, Osceola Mary Cude, Black Rock Clarence W. Cummings, Blythevi 1 1 e Claudia Cunninghcm, Paragould Gerald Ray Cunningham, Trumann Teddy Cunningham, Osceola f i W - BBHA1HI i J ' - ' V.. i ; James Larry Cupp, Paragould Gary Dalton, Hayti, Mo. Gary Davis, Blytheville James Davis, Success Loretfa Ann Davis, Jonesboro Tommy Davis, Trumann Patrick L. Davis, Pocahontas Robert Davis, Pocahontas William L. Davis, Brinkley Ben B. Davison, Marvell Clark Daviss, Stuttgart Charles Dawson, Helena Michael L Dean, Dexter, Mo. Betty Deason, Matthews, Mo. Larry DePriest, Imboden Ruth Dethrow, Biggers Arlis Dickerson, Piggott Joe Dickinson, Rector John Dickson, Jonesboro Larry Dingier, Tomato Mary Janice Doak, Lake City Joel T. Doyle, Walnut Ridge Clarence B. Duckworth, Jonesboro Denver Leon Dudley, Jonesboro Melvin S. Dudley, Monette John W. Duff Jr., Knobel Larry Duffel, Nettleton Richard L. Duke, Sulphur Springs, Tex. JUNIORS Class of ' 67 Patsy Duncan, Wynne Kenny Dunman, Lake City Jimmy D. Dunn, Nettleton Ronald W. Durham, Jonesboro Linda Earls, Bay Gwyn Eason, Lepanto Betty Easterwood, Corning Larry Edgar, Jonesboro Bill Edington, Corning Margaret Edwards, Paragould Terry P. Edwards, Monette James K. Elam, Luxora Vilas H. Elder Jr., Piggott Paul Elich, Indianapolis, Ind. Paul W. Elledge, Smithfield, Tex. Winnie Lou Ellis, Beech Grove David T. Emery, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Joyce Emison, Caraway Edward L. England, Paragould Michael G. Ernst, Jonesboro Jean Elizabeth Etoch, Helena Bill Etter, Jonesboro Roger Everett, Mammoth Spring Joe Ewing, Walnut Ridge Ernest C. Farabee, Jonesboro Max Farley, Beech Grove Lynn Farr, Corning Sammy Fought, Jonesboro Danny Faulk, Lake City Douglas Faulkenberry, Bay Jennie Erie Felts, Joiner Jerry Felts, Beech Grove James R. Fielder, Rector Ronald L. Fincher, Marion, N.C. Jan Fisher, Jonesboro ' ' JV .iJbl Eddie Elton Fitzhugh, DeWitt Rebekah Flonnigan, Monette Tony W. Fletcher, Osceola Bobby K. Flippo, Black Rock Philip Floring, Bensenville, III. Roger Flory, Reading, Pa. Diane Fogle, Jonesboro Linda Foltz, Wynne Don Ford, Paragould Johnnie Ellen Ford, Marked Tree William D. Foreman, Camden John Fortenberry, Harrisburg John Fortino Jr., Bourbonnais, III. David Gene Foster, Paragould Gail Foster, Jonesboro James Fowler, Jonesboro Mike Frankes, Marianna Charles Fraley, Marked Tree Elbert Frazier, Jonesboro Gordon Freeman, North Little Rock Charlene French, Gideon, Mo. Sandra Friend, Valley View Joe Frizzell, Star City Patti Fry, Lake City Wilburn Furniss, Wynne Mood Ray Gazaway, Paragould Ann Galloway, Jonesboro Harry Gambill, Piggott JUNIORS Class of ' 67 Steve Gankiewicz, East Meadow, N.Y. Robert J. Gapin, Jonesboro Lucinda Garcia, Jonesboro John E. Gardner, Tupelo Donald R. Garrett, Marked Tree Ronald Gatlin, Paragould Danny K. George, Osceola James Gifford, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Luther Gifford Jr., Tomato Bertha Louise Gill, Smithville Jimmy R. Gillentine, Osceola Beverly Ann Gisi, Essex, Mo. Linda Ann Glen, Ravenden Springs Pat Glover, Pine Bluff Randy Goacher, Stuttgart James W. Goad, Jonesboro William H. Goad, Bradford James Goin, Bay Jerry Golden, Rector Richard Golden, Blytheville Patricia Goodin, Bald Knob •V Curtis Goodrich, Bragg City, Mo. Janet Gore.. Osceola Robert B. Gould, Hayti, Mo. Gary D. Grady, Hickory Ridge Dale Graham, Walnut Ridge Pom Graham, Metairia, La. Raymond D. Graham, Biggers Sue Green, Oil Trough Charolette Green, Leochville Connie Green, Newcrk Donald L. Green, Poplar Bluff James Green, Blytheville Jo Ann Green, Cardwell Sondra Green, Greenway 2 70 Lona Greene, Blythevi lie Diana Greer, Jonesboro Byron Gregery, Rector Earl Griffin, Blythevi I le Wayne Griffin, Blythevi I le Gene Griffin, Colt Jim Griffin, Hughes James R. Grigsby, Blythevi I le Connie Grisham, Bay Terry W. Grobe, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Emil M. Gullia Jr., Jonesboro Morcia Lynn Gullia, Jonesboro Florence Guthrie, Walnut Ridge James L Guthrie, McCrory Terry W. Gwin, Memphis, Tenn. John F. Hafner, Jonesboro U. Austin Hogan, Williford Susan Haizlip, Parkin Robert G. Halcomb, Thayer, Mo. Joan W. Hall, Blytheville Lonnie Hall, St. James Ray H. Hall, Jonesboro Edwin E. Hamilton, Marked Tree Diane Hammell, Jonesboro Carolyn Haney, Mammoth Spring Annette Hanshaw, Jonesboro Eddy Harber, Blytheville Martha Harden, Senath, Mo. Allen Mack Hardin, Greenway Lana Sue Hardin, Jonesboro Robert Wesley Hardin, Blytheville Janet Harold, Corning Jan Horrell, Earle Carolyn Harris, Paragould Danny Harris, Eorle Joan Harris, Jonesboro Judy Harris, Cabot Karl G. Harris, Phoenix, Ariz. Linda Marie Harris, Paragould Rodney Harris, Salado Ronald E. Harris, Manila Bob Harrison, Jonesboro Barbara Jean Hart, Floral Ken Hartsfield, Osceola Guido Hassin, Hot Springs Sue Hay, Jonesboro Mack Hay, Blytheville Charles Hayes, Black Rock Larry Haynes, Hornersville, Mo. Brenda Heath, Nettleton Albert Heimsoth, Bensenville, III. Bill Henderson, Blytheville Bill Hendrix, Jonesboro Connie Faye Henry, Jonesboro Ronnie Henson, Louisville, Ky. Betty K. Hepburn, Jonesboro Henry Hernandz, Miami, Flo. Doralyn G. Hicks, Russell John Hicks, Harrisburg Lossie M. Hicks Jr., Austin Clarence Higgins Jr., Nettleton Ben E. Hill, Osceola Darrell Hipp, Jonesboro Jerry Lee Hitt, Leachville Judy Hitt, Piggott Nancy Hoddinott, Jonesboro Linda Kay Hodges, Earle Marshall E. Hoggard, Marmaduke Bill W. Holcomb, Pine Bluff Bobby Holland, Wynne Tommy Holland, Walnut Ridge Jimmy Holmes, Searcy Clara Jean Holt, Jonesboro Marjorie Holt, Gilmore Robert Holt, Bay Rex Holt Jr., Bay Charles Honn, Botesville Anthony Clay Hooper, Jonesboro Danny B. Hooten, North Little Rock Paul E. Hooper, Jonesboro Paulette Hoskins, Leachville Nancy Ray House, Jonesboro Ray M. House, Jonesboro Janell Houston, Senath, Mo. Anita Howard, Lynn Sari Howard, Piggott Ruth Ann Howe, Blytheville Sue Howell, Wynne Bobby J. Hoxworth, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Judy Huddleston, Calamine S. Nealedene Hudson, Monette Jerry M. Huff, Rector J. B. Huffmaster Jr., Corning Gloria Carol Hughey, Jonesboro Linda Joan Hula, Wynne Irene Hull, Jonesboro Larry Humphries, Glencoe Marshall Acy Humphries, Earle Gale W. Hunt, West Plains, Mo. Cindy Hunter, Poplar Bluff, Mo. John W. Hunter, Bath, N.Y. Larry H. Hunter, Winston-Salem, N.C. Sue Hyslop, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ann Jackson, State College Travis M. Jackson, Forrest City Wayne H. Jacobs, Wilson Renee James, Jonesboro Hubert M. Jamison, Jonesboro Truman L. Jefferson, Yellville James Jastrzemski, Tonawanca, N.Y. Vaughn Jerome, Blytheville John Elton Jennings, Gosnell Robert K. Jobe, Jonesboro Harry Johnson, Jonesboro Jerry Johnson, Widener Margaret Ann Johnson, Jonesboro Michael Johnson, Caraway Lannes N. Johnson, Helena Pamela L. Jolliff, Manila Gary William Jones, Jonesboro Steve Jones, Imboden Jerry Jordan, Marmaduke Mary Justice, Lancaster, Calif. Richard Conrad Kamm, Earle Tim " Dizzy " Keane, Linden, N.J. Bill Keedy, Newport Jerry D. Keeney, Jonesboro Charlotte Keith, Leachville L. B. Keller, Jonesboro Michael J. Kelly, Helena George Owen Kennedy, Dowdy Lawrence Kildow, Black Rock Diane King, Jonesboro Robert S. King, Ookton, Va. Ronaid E. King, Walnut Ridge Linda J. Kirksey, Jonesboro Joan Klotz, Russell Peter Kluge, Jonesboro George Knott, Jonesboro Van Knowlton, Doniphan, Mo. 272 Robert Koch, Stuttgart George Kopp, Ocean Grove, N.J. Mark Koslowski, Bensenville, III. Charles Kruse, Dexter, Mo. Robert C. Laird, Jonesboro Harold Lamb, Valley View Gary Lambert, Salem Donna Ann Lommers, Valley View Ernest Lancaster, Bensenville, III. Nancy Landers, Sheridan Sharon Lands, Paragould Sharon Longford, Hot Springs Marcella Langley, Piggott Mary Ann Langley, Paragould Jackie Langston, Jonesboro Geoffrey Lonsdale, Maitland, Fla. B. J. Larsen, Pine Bluff Michael David Laseter, Jonesboro Doyle F. Lawrence, Sidney William Lay Jr., Blytheville Alan Lentz, Jonesboro Nancy Leonard, Salodo Sammy R. Leonard, Batesville Harvey A. Leroux, Jonesboro Jerrell Lesley, Ash Flat Freddie Lewis, Jonesboro Steve Lewis, Manila Edward Limbert, Weiner JUNIORS Class of ' 67 Myron B. Linebarier, Stuttgart L. Don Linn Jr., Walnut Ridge Richard E. Linsley, Little Rock Ruth Alice Loberg, Jonesboro Patsy Logan, Leachville Danny Joe Long, Newport Theresa Yvonne Long, Jonesboro Larry Glen Lovell, Earle James Berl Loyd, Paragould Marietto Ann Lucas, Blytheville Allan C. Lundmark, Little Rock Ralph Carrol Lunsford, Jonesboro Judy A. Lynch, Garner Marilyn Sue Mabrey, Jonesboro Paul Brooks Madden, Stuttgart Beverly K. Maddox, Mount Ida Mickey R. Mahon, West Memphis Helen Mojewski, Pine Bluff Charles R. Manion, Clarkedale Joyce E. Mann, Cherry Valley Sandra Manning, Blytheville Richard A. Martillo, State College David Martin, Cave City Joel Deon Martin, Bono Gary Glen Mason, Leachville Hal Mason, Brinkley Blake Massey, Forrest City Larry J. Masters, Leachville Bonnie Jeanne Matayo, Cuba, III. David Rodger Matayo, Canton, III. Floyd Michael Mathis, Hayti, Mo. Bill Matthews, Jonesboro Janet May, Osceola J. R. Maybee, Alpena John Lee Mayfield, Bald Knob Tf- " { , 1 1 ' ' 9 Li CI ' I. 4 it ' k si ! John Maynard, Monette Joan E. Mays, Rector Sharon Maxwell, North Little Rock Diane McBride, Batesville Katherine W. McCracken, Jonesboro Patricia McCord, Monette Joe McCormick, England Robert McGruder, Harviell, Mo. Corletta McDonald, Marmaduke Margaret McDonald, Jonesboro Robert McEvoy, Chicago Hts., III. Billy McFarland, Leachville Elton Ray McFarland, Piggott James McFarlin, Lake City Murray Dewayne McHaffey, Blytheville John T. McHaney, Marmaduke Jerry Don Mcintosh, Marmaduke Barbara Jean McKeel, Rector Lowell D. McRenney, Jonesboro Gerald McLeskey, Piggott Vesta McNeely, Marion Charles D. McNutt, Walnut Ridge Bill McNutt, Walnut Ridge Hal McPheeters, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Donna McSpadden, Jonesboro Jack McSpadden, Jonesboro Mickey McSpadden, Batesville Jerry M. Merrell, Hayti, Mo. JUNIORS Class of ' 67 James M. Merritt, Searcy Sonja Ann Metheny, Leachville Louis E. Meyers, Little Rock James R. Miesner, Blytheville Mirilyn Millar, Jonesboro Earnest Daniel Miller, Marked Tree Jim Miller, Newport i 2k Joann Miller, Jonesboro Lawrence A. Miller, Helena Margaret Jo Miller, Campbell, Mo. Oneida H. Miller, State College Paul R. Miller, Lake City Wyman Miller, Paragould Linda Milner, Jonesboro ff Emma Lou Ming, Marked Tree Walter Lee Minor Jr., Jonesboro Bob Misenheimer, Mountain View Sharon Mizell, Cardwell, Mo Al Mollett, Jonesboro Jan Monroe, Jonesboro Judith Montague, Augusta If L Glenn Montgomery, Jacksonville Pat Montgomery, Jonesboro Marguerite Moore, Black Rock Neal Moore. Jonesboro Trumann Moore, Success Ken Wayne Morgan, Wynne Phyllis Taylor Morgan, Jonesboro Am z Wm Danny Max Morrison, Bay George Morrow, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Sharon D. Moss, Jonesboro Paul C. Mugge, Denver, Colo. G. Leland Murphy, Pocahontas Steve Myers, Piggott Fred Nations, Paragould Victor Allan Nagel, Tuckerman Patricio Ann Neel, St. Joe William Nelson, Crawfordsville Bobby Eugene Nelson, Rector Kenneth Larry Neugebauer, Harrisburg Dennis Wade Newsom, Ravenden Samuel Neal Nichols, Hughes Richard Leon Noles, Osceola David L. Norris, El Dorado James Broce O ' Brien, Metochen, N.J. Roy Ockert Jr., Hot Springs Carrell F. Odom, Weldon Julius Don Odom, Augusta Regina Louise Odom, Blytheville Laura Anne Oelsen, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Franklin W. Oldham, Black Rock Nancy Ann Olinger, Peru, III. Raymond Lee Osborn, Little Rock C. Anne Osborne, Jonesboro Ray H. Overbey, Marked Tree Betty Ruth Owens, Lake City Georgia C. Pack, Lake City Kathy Hoffman Pardew, Jonesboro Vernon Lee Parrish Jr., Searcy Jill Brewer Parsons, Leachville Janice Patterson, McHue Steve Patton, Memphis, Tenn. Dolford Payne Jr., Paragould Norma Jean Payne, Lepanto Ken Payne, Jonesboro Syd Peebles, Smithville Allan Pemberton, Palestine Carolyn Penn, Lynn Jim Penn, Lynn Charles Penter, Jonesboro Jim Pepper, Bloomfield, Mo. William Perkins, Koshkonong, Mo. Roberta Peterson, Jonesboro DuBois Petti t. Lake City Anita Phillips, Rector Joe F. Pickney, Hoxie Billy L. Pierce, Desha ik «WWM|W||«|B Wesley Pillow, Paragould Ronald Pipkens, Greenway Dorothy Pipkins, Manila Danny Pippinger, Harrisburg Stephen Plummer, Jacksonville Jim Poe, Pocahontas Bonnie Pollard, Cardwell, Mo. Sue Ann Pollock, Harrison Helen L. Ponder, Jonesboro Carolyn Powell, Jonesboro Clayton Powell, Green Forest Ronald Powell, West Memphis Linda Power, Pine Bluff Buck C. Powers, Beebe Charles Price, Wilson John Alan Price, Marked Tree Larry G. Price, Lonoke Bob Privett, Walnut Ridge Terry Pross, Blytheville Annabelle Provence, Tuckerman Billy Provence, Tuckerman JjSg - Barbara Pruitt, Jonesboro Eddie Carl Pruitt, Searcy Jimmy R. Pruitt, Etowah Don Purcell, Paragould Steve Puryear, Little Rock Rick Allen Pyland, Paragould Violetta Pyland, Lake City 9 ill tii I . . •- i i ; -1 Jonathan E. Quails, Paragould Jerry M. Raborn, Carlisle Newell T. Ragar, Pine Bluff Sharon Kate Ragar, Wynne Larry R. Rainwater, Dixie Sharon Ramsey, Neelyville, Mo. Billie Sue Ray, Pocahontas D. Donaldson Roy, Senath, Mo. Bryce B. Read, Corning Frances Annette Reasons, Jonesboro Eddie Reddick, Rector Larry E. Reddmann, Harrisburg James C. Redmond, Wardell, Mo. Sharyn Sue Reed, Dalton Wynnbourn Reed, Paragould Joseph Remley, Marvell Carol Rice, Searcy Danny Richardson, Cardwell, Mo. Harold Riggan Jr., Corning Samuel Riney, Lepanto Roberta Ring, Poughkeepsie Richard K. Ritchey, Blytheville Dennis Roberts, Largo, Fla. Melburn G. Roberts, Paragould Dennis Robertson, Rector Gary Don Robinson, Paragould Janice R. Robinson, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Henry W. Robison, Blytheville Charles T. Rodgers Jr., Rison Tasker N. Rodman, Leachville Rusty Roe, Cardwell, Mo. Michael McKinzie Roeder, Piggott Jerald Lee Rogers, Stuttgart Jan Rose, Stanfield, Ariz. Danny Ross, Paragould Richard Roth, Stuttgart Thomas J. Rowland, Cherry Valley Anthony Rowton, Rector Sherry Moser Rushing, Senath, Mo. Imogene Cooper Russell, Hardy Marian Helen Russell, Piggott Robert Russell, Memphis, Tenn. Eddie Russom, Paragould Heather Rust, Hot Springs Nickie Rutherford, Jonesboro LaRaye Brown Ryan, Hazelwood, Mo. Doris M. Sain, Walnut Ridge Sandra Kay Saliba, Blytheville Roger W. Sample, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Ralph D. Sanders, Fisher Ross T. Saunders, Paragould Leslie Schisler, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Don W. Schoenborn, Jonesboro Robert Schoenborn, Jonesboro Harold Scifres, Turrell Roby Scucchi, Lake Village Danny Seal, Piggott Janie Seay, Rector Marion Edgar Seay, Paragould Danny M. Self, Holly Grove Tom Semper, Villa Park, III. Jerry W. Shelton, Jonesboro Bill Shepard, Jonesboro LaJuana Joan Shewmaker, Viola Charles Shipman, Marshall James R. Shipman, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Gary W. Short, Paragould Charles Skyrme, Tuckerman Doris Marlene Slatton, Paragould Eddie Slaughter, Wheatley A ! n 4 276 Barbara Smith, Peach Orchard Charles Smith, Bernie, Mo. Gory D Smith, Ward Gary Robert Smith, West Helena Herschel D. Smith, Dell John A. Smith, Lonoke Ruth Anderson Smith, Beech Grove Joel Sneed, Walnut Ridge Nickey Snow, Jonesboro Judith Vale Sorrells, West Memphis Carolyn Southard, Salem Dianne Sowell, Jonesboro Norman W. Spears, Lepanto Jimmy Spence, Marianna Donald W. Spencer, Wynne Jerald Spencer, Harrisburg Thomas Louis Spencer, West Memphis Thomas A. Stafford, Eldon, AAo. Eddie Joe Stanley, Maiden, Mo Barbara A. Staub, Paragould Barbara Staudt, Jonesboro Keith Steele, Jonesboro Patricia Steele, Manila Betty Sfemsiek, Jonesboro Ronald Stephen, Rector Joy Marie Stephens, Trumann Brenda May Stephenson, Wynne Charles P. Stevens, Asheville, N.C. JUNIORS Class of ' 67 Marilyn Stevens, Jonesboro Art Stewart, Parkin Frank Stewart, Jordan Mabel Stewart, Monette Revis G. Stewart, Monette William E. Stewart, Hot Springs Mary D. Stickford, Batesville Richard L. Stiles, Blythevi lie Luther Stokes, Maiden, Mo. Ronnie Stone, Bernie, Mo. Jonna Stotts, Trumann Louise Stotts, Lake City Linda Stratton, Osceola Wanda E. Saringer, Leachville Louann Suddarth, Pine Bluff Larry Sullivan, Stuttgart Maurice Sullivan Jr., Smithville Linda Sumpter, Keiser Richard D. Sumpter, Earle Norman Sward, Stuttgart John R Talburt, Batesville David Wayne Taylor, Marvell Philip A. Taylor, Rector Ann Terrell, Marked Tree Happel Terrell, Batesville Anna J. Thomas, Leachville Charlene Thomas, West Memphis James Monroe Thomas III, McCrory Robert Allen Thomas, Walnut Ridge Gaylin Thompson, Doniphan Philip Thompson, Wynne Larry Throesch, Pocahontas Marian Tims, Newport Mary K. Tinsley, Hoxie Gary Tolbert, Gideon, Mo. BBBk 277 A L. Tomlinson, Jonesboro Dennis Townsend Blythevi I le Bayard Treneman, Jonesboro Nina Turner, Rector Roger Turney, Nettleton Raymond P. Turnier, Hialeah, Fla. Diana Tyner, Walcott Jim Ulmer, Biggers William Ray Ulmer, Jonesboro Carolyn Sue Upchurch, Blytheville Victoria Ann Urton, Jonesboro Irvin Van Patten, Searcy Frances Ellen Vincent, Rector Logan W. Vincent, Cotton Plant Sara Vincent, Bay Jackie Vowell, Blytheville Bill Waggoner, Blytheville Bob Walker, Chicopee, Mass. Ronny S. Wallace, Bald Knob James Walling, Salem Judy Walls, Kennett, Mo. Limual John Walpole, Kennett, Mo. Charles Washam, Mammoth Spring Faye Watkins, Lake City Janet Kay Watkins, Jonesboro Ronald Watson, Blytheville Virginia Watson, Jonesboro Ronald Watts, St. Joe JUNIORS Class of ' 67 Gory Weaver, Walnut Ridge Curtiss Webb, Jacksonville Richard Weber, Brookland Warren H. Webster, Bono Anita Ellen Weedman, Senath, Mo. Dennis Harold Wegert, Peru, Ind. Ruth Ann Weir, Hoxie Bill Wells, El Dorado Dale T. Wells, Detroit, Mich. Jock R. Welsh, Poplar Bluff Michael D. Well, Cardwell, Mo. Richard P. Wenham, Phoenix, Ariz. Judith A. West, St. Charles Gail Wheeler, Paragould Joe Whitaker, Harrisburg Charles G. White, Bloomfield, Mo. Robert A. White, Nettleton Gary Whitfield, Steele, Mo. Alice Whitson, Holcomb, Mo. DeWayne Whitson, Holcomb, Mo. Don H. Whitt, Hickory Ridge V. J. Whitt, Trumann Kay Wilbanks, Hayti, Mo. Paul E. Wildy, Leachville Thomas W. Wilkie, Forrest City Gary Lee Wilkins, Trumann Bonnie Willett, Jonesboro Carolyn Williams, Paragould Connie Williams, Sheridon Edna Eloise Williams, Clarkedale Edward Irving Williams, Morrilton Gordon A. Williams Jr., Trumann Mike L. Williams, Paragould Kay Williams, Paragould Ralph N. Williams, Campbell, Mo. Thomas E. Williams, Paragould Mignonne Wilson, Pocahontas Carolyn Sue Wilson, Smimvilie Don G. Wilson, Marcella Benny Winford, Birmingham, Ala. Edwin Wixson, Fisher Thomas W K. Wong, Oakland, Calif. Dennis Wood, Brookland Diane Wood, Brookland June Wood, Pine Bluff Roy L. Wood, Viola Don Herbert Woods, Alton, Mo. Mary E. Woolard, Broseley, Mo. Ronnie L. Worthen, Walnut Ridge Gary Wright, Jonesboro Shirley Wright, Cherry Valley Linda Wyatt, Jonesboro Thad W Wyatt Jr., Springdale Donna J. Yantis, Poplar Bluff, Mo. David Young, Heth John H. Young, Sikeston, Mo. Penelope Young, Harrison Marvin Zimmerman, El Dorado JUNIORS Class of ' 67 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS add a greet deal to any college campus, and Arkansas State has more than its share, as a quick glimpse at these majorettes relaxing in the shade will prove. 279 George R. Adams, DeWitt Larry Adams, Paragould Nancy Ann Adkisson, Blytheville Abe Akel Jr., Brinkley Benny Akin, Heth Jim Akin, Heth Charles Alexander, El Dorado Mamie L. Allen, Marianna Johnny W. Allison, Jonesboro Karen Allison, Pocahontas Jerry Allred, Nettleton Julie Alpe, Crawfordsville William Larry Alumbaugh, Lake City William H. Andersen, Jonesboro Nancy Arnn, Sidney James Galen Arnold, Mountain Home Ellen Arrington, Jonesboro Garland Arrington, Jonesboro Gene Ashergaft, Lepanto John R. Ashley, Monette Tommy Ashley, Newport Sammy James Atchison, Paragould Joe Lynn Atkins, Blytheville Donna Austin, Black Rock Mary Helen Austin, Trumann Donold Lee Ayres, Richmond, Va. Carolyn Bailey, Clarkton, Mo. Robert J. Baker, Sage SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Thomas Ray Ball, Blytheville Gary Ballard, Walnut Ridge Terry Lee Bollard, Pocahontas Tommy J. Barber, Nettleton Carolyn Bardwell, Earle Donna Foye Barner, Marmaduke Charles Barnes, Pocahontas David Barnett, Nettleton Robert Baser, Stuttgart Bette R. Bateman, Blytheville Norman Batey, Paragould Donna Karen Batten, Paragould Duane Battles, Poplar Bluff, Mo. E. E. Baugh, Heth Bob Baxter, Magness John Bauscher, Blytheville Charles Stephen Baxter, Paragould Jerry Beal, Rector Floyd Hershel Bearden Jr., Ward Ralph Edward Beazley, Forrest City Ellen M. Becker, Jonesboro Ronald Joseph Beckmann, Batesville Mike Beebe, Newport Patricia Ann Beene, Hughes Linda Belanger, Little Rock Jim Tom Bell, Little Rock Melissa Bell, Lepanto Robert Scott Bell, Searcy A artha Bennett, Jonesboro Carolyn Bentley, Gideon, Mo. William E. Bergey, South Dayton, N.Y. Donna J. Berry, Marked Tree Larry Berry, Higginson Robert M. Berry, Jonesboro Bill Berry, Jonesboro 280 Margaret W. Bevill, Jonesboro Richard T. Bishop, Jonesboro Richard K. Black, Paragould Gary W. Blackwood, Senath, Mo. Joe Blades, Campbell, Mo. Bob Blair, Jonesboro Alvis James Blake, Cherry Valley Bonnie Bledsoe, Wynne Myra Blevins, Jonesbcc Van Blevins, Locust Grove Jerry Blount, Paragould Joe Boeckmann, Wynne Don Boernecke, Jacksonville Doris Ann Bone, Jonesboro Gilbert Bonner, Blackton Linda Bookout, Senath, Mo. Earl Booth, Blytheville Orville D. Booth, Black Oak Sandra Booth, Caraway Walter Edgar Boster, Doniphan, Mo. Lloyd Boutwell, Springfield, Mo. Allen Bowen, Tuckerman Weldon Bowlin, Paragould Joy Boyd, Paragould Edward L. Bradford, Blytheville Steve Bradford, Stillwell, Okla Joseph L. Bradley III, State College Garry Bradshaw, Marianna Dean Branscum, Ash Flat Houston Brewer, Lepanto Eddie Errol Brewer, Rector Ronnie Brewer, Marmaduke Joe R. Brewer, Jonesboro Sue Brewer, Sidney Carolyn Bridges, Black Rock Wilford Bridges, Monette Gary Bridgman, Batesville Gary Lee Britten, Batesville Linda Broadaway, Bono Helen Brooks, Sedgwick Aaron Brown, Delaplaine Billy C. Brown, Paragould Carol Jane Brown, Jonesboro James Freddie Brown, Datto James H. Brown, Augusta Jerry Ray Brown, Wynne Marilyn Brown, Jacksonville Paul Garry Brown, Monette Michael Brown, Newport Carol Browning, Baton Rouge, La. Judson Browning, Judsonia Jerry Wayne Brownlee, Joiner Alice Buffington, Pine Bluff Harry G. Bufkin Jr., Wilson Darcy Bunyard, Rogers Barbara Burcham, Blytheville Billy G. Burge, McCormick Mike Burk, Jonesboro Betty Carol Burks, Blytheville Larry Burks, Nettleton Robert Burns, Searcy Wendell Burnside, Lake City Bob Burress, Moro Jimmie Burris, Egypt Fred Burrows, Forrest City Connie Burson, West Helena Lynn Busby, Thida Chuck Butcher, Cotton Plant Dawn Butler, Pangburn Cheryl K. Buzbee, Jonesboro 28 1 George Byers, Morked Tree Jim Byers, DeWitt Victor Byrd, Manila Walter Calaway Jr., Marianna Harry W. Caldwell, Jonesboro Harry Bruce Callahan, Danville, III. Jim Callaway, Little Rock Mike Cameron, Jonesboro James M. Campbell, Helena Sharon Campbell, Jacksonville Tony Cannon, Kennett, Mo. Susan Carey, Black Rock Roy E. Cargill Jr., Thayer, Mo. Tony Carioco, Corning Michael Lynn Carnahan, Stuttgart Alan Carpenter, Piggott James D. Carr, Jonesboro Paul D. Carr, Jonesboro Jeffrey W. Carroll, Sayville, NY. Jackie Carson, Blytheville Ann S. Carter, Koscuisko, Miss. James H. Carter, Blytheville John A. Carter, Piedmont, Mo. Marcia Carter, Nettleton Carolyn Cates, Lepanto Elizabeth Annette Cathey, Carlisle Dennis F. Chaligoj, Doniphan, Mo. Joseph Lee Chombers, Jonesboro Bob Cherry, Jonesboro David Childers, Jonesboro Patsy Ann Chitwood, Mountain View Susan Christian, Hornersville, Mo. Jimmy Clardy, Rector Alan Clark, Corning Jerry W. Clark, Senath, Mo. Lloyd W. Clark, Alicia Philip R. Clark, Walnut Ridge Robert A. Clark, Corning Ronald H. Clork, Trumann James Clayton, Rector James Lee Clem, Harrisburg Ronald Clement, Lonoke Danny M. Clements, Harrisburg Lou Anne Clements, Harrisburg Michael David Clifford, Campbell, Mo. Janet Cline, Alton, Mo. Janice Cline, Yellville Katherine Cline, Tyronza Brad Cobb II, Osceola Connie Lee Cochran, Jonesboro Donald Ray Coffman, Brinkley Stephen R. Cohen, Blytheville Bonnie Cole, Nettleton Carl Lemuel Cole, Jonesboro Eumeco Joy Cole, Corning Millie Cole, Paragould Nancy Cole, Williford Ronald Cole, Paragould Patrick Collins, Harrison Gifford Conn, Jonesboro Clem Connolly, Trumann Danny E. Connor, Tichnor Ben D. Cook, Oil Trough Kathy Copeland, Marvell Ronnie P. Corbett, Walnut Ridge Michael O. Corvin, Helena Raymon E. Covey, Sedgwick Brenda Covington, Jonesboro Robert Cowles, Jonesboro Danny F. Cox, Eminence, Mo. 282 Penelopy R. Cox, Marionna Brenda Coy, Jonesboro Shirley Crafton, Corning Frank O. Croil Jr., Cordwell, Mo Jerry Ray Craine, Manila Gray Crane, Dexter, Mo. Marguerite Crawford, Tuckerman Barry Crawford, Hughes Michael Crews, DuQuoin, III. Sue Eubanks Crews, Kennett, Mo Woodrow Alson Crick, Lepanto William L. Crisler, Pangburn Leon Crittenden, Cotton Plant Paulette Croft, Jonesboro John F. Croom, Newport Angela Cross, Paragould Don Crow, Jonesboro Willard H. Crowson, Trumann Marilyn Cruce, Benton S. Keith Cruce, Late Alton Crumby, Elaine Gary Cupples, Marion Ronald H. Dale, Fisher Richard Darouse, Jonesboro Jerry L. Dougherty, West Helena John Dougherty, West He lena Chen Lynn Davis, Jonesboro Philip Davis, Cardwell, Mo. SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Glenn W. Davis, Camden Harold R. Davis, Ravenden Jona Lee Davis, Blytheville Jim A. Davis, Pine Bluff Loyd D. Davis, Kennett, Mo. Melvin Davis, Leachville Robert E. Davis, Corning Tommy Lynn Davis, Manila Bob B. Dawson, Pocahontas David Dawson, Osceola Mackie Deese, Wynne Van Deeter, Lynn Allison D. Denman, Stuttgart Ronnie Dent, Jonesboro Edmundo J Deshon, Nicaragua, C.A. Gary E. Dever, Jonesboro Thomos V. Dickson, Jonesboro Fred Dierks, Little Rock Bruce Dietsche, Hardy Arthur L. Dixon, Jonesboro Hatley D. Doan, Walnut Ridge Eddy Doman, t lewport Utah C. Dooley, State College Dexter Doss, Wynne Harry Lee Dowdy, Hayti, Mo. Austin Dowell, Bateseville Harry D. Downing, Manila Eddie Dozier, Blytheville Cora Drake, Jonesboro Robert Dryer, Jonesboro Allen Duncan, Vanndale David Dunham, Hot Springs Ronald Durham, Harrisburg Karen Earl, Paragould Mary Lou Edwards, Blytheville 283 Terry Edwards, Newark Tony Edwards, Memphis, Tenn. Wendell A. Eisele, Little Rock Sammy Elardo, Helena Judy Ellis, Manila Rickey Endsley, Holly Grove Eula M England, Mammoth Spring Stephen Ermert, Corning William H. Ernst, Jonesboro Mary Ellen Erwin, Little Rock Randy Erwin, Little Rock James T. Essman, Fort Smith Ronald Kennerd Estes, Newark Dean Evans, Manila Dennis A. Evans, Blythevi lie Lowell G. Evans, Judsonia Robert Evans, Marianna William Evans Jr., Blythevi lie Calvin Everett, Batesville Ellis Wayne Fair, Pocahontas William G. Falen, Balton Landing, N.Y. Ricklin Joe Fallis, Jonesboro Hollie A. Farris, Steele, Mo. Dewayne Faulkner, St. Louis, Mo. Ronald Woyne Faulkner, Jonesboro Ruth M. Foulkner, Paragould James Kenneth Faye, Hot Springs Danny Featherston, Piggott SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Philip Kent Feeney, Earle Hal Feild, Jonesboro Jerry Feild, Jonesboro David Fellows, Newport Lynda Ferguson, Hardy Nettie Ferguson, Brookland Roger L. Ferguson, Jonesboro Sue Ferguson, DeWitt Rickey Fielder, Pocahontas Harrell Miller Fisher, Wynne J. B. Fisher Jr., Blytheville Shari Fisher, Little Rock David W. Flatt, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Phil Fleming, Forrest City Janice Marie Fletcher, Osceola Elmer Floyd, Wilson Wiliiam Ferrell Flye, Paragould Joe A. Flye, Paragould Christine Fogg, Widener Kenneth Foot, DeValls Bluff Elaine Ford, Blytheville John F. Ford, Hornersville, Mo. Mack Forrester Jr., Trumann Henry R. Foster, Newport Nolo June French, Mcmmoth Spring John Frets, Rector Harold Fuller, Newport James B. Furr, Osceola Cecile Godberry, Forrest City Richard Gaines, Blytheville Warren G. Gallion, Jonesboro Brenda Gambill, Piggott Lynnda Gambill, Lake City Shirley Gander, Mountain Home Connie Gardner, North Little Rock 284 David George Gardner, Strawberry Thomas M. Garnette, Little Rock Pete Garris. Marianne Jo Gately, Cabot Carol Anne Goultney, Rector Thomas James Gavin, Blytheville Connie A. Gay, Greensboro, N.C. Tom Gay, Newport Rocky T. Gerlach, Holly Grove Bobby L. Gibson, Brookland Michael Lee Gibson, Jacksonville Mike Gibson, Dexter, Mo. Mike Gibson, Rector Trudie H. Gibson, Arbyrd, Mo. Robert Giersberg, Springfield, Mo. Phyllis Giles, Pocahontas Sharon Gill, Blytheville Steve Gillis, Harrisburg Dennis Gillmore, Cardwell, Mo. Jimmy R. Gipson, Piggott Ronald Gisi, Parma, Mo. Calvin Glasgow, Rector Larry L. Glass, Broseley, Mo. Douglas Gleghorn, Jonesboro Dwame Glenn, Lakeland, Fla. Frances Glorioso, Helena Herbert Goff, Harrisburg John H. Goldsmith Jr., Jonesboro Jerry E. Goodman, Corning Linda J. Goodman, Jonesboro Harold L. Goodrich, Jonesboro Grace Gordon, Piggott Vincent Gordon, Norfolk, Va. Charles M. Gore, Rector Larry Gore, Walnut Ridge Danny Gorman, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Lucille Gott, Jonesboro Ted F. Gott, Jonesboro Larry I. Gowen, Knobel Susanne Grace, Jonesboro Larry E. Graddy, Harrisburg Frankie V. Graham, Pocahontas Richard Grant, Manila Connie Graves, DeWitt Bob Gray, Blytheville Rheba June Gray, Paragould Bing W. Green, West Helena John H. Green, Campbell, Mo. Yvonne Green, Jonesboro Hugh Greene, Little Rock James W. Grice, Melbourne Anne R. Griffin, West Helena Jim Griffin, Doniphan, Mo Larry D. Griffin, Valley View Monte C. Griffin, Doniphan, Mo. Jimmy Grimes, Blytheville Kay Griner, Jonesboro Michael Guest, Bryant Patrick L. Guest, Bryant Marcus Gunter, Blytheville Dwight Gurley, Black Oak David Hager, Brookland Charles Hagaman, Stuttgart Richard E. Haley, Judsonia Robert Hall, Tyronza Sandra Hall, Weiner Harvey Ham, Pine Bluff Jack Hamilton, Paragould Jimmie Carolyn Hamrick, Wynne Linda Hancock, Jonesboro I f £ life Gary Hankins, Memphis, Tenn. James L. Hanson, Cave City Roy D. Hardin, Qulin, Mo. Sherry Hardin, Dell Dar Harlan, Marion Gary G. Harp, Hoxie Robert W. Harper, El Dorado Harry J. Harrell, Wynne Austin Harris Jr., Strawberry Rnhi HnrrK ( " InrpnHnn uuu ( iui i ij, _ iu r criUwf l Charles R. Harris, Earle Mark Harris, Searcy Jean K. Hartung, Pine Bluff Roy W. Hartzel, Wynne ft f f Duane Harvey, Brookland John W. Hastings Jr., Corning Elbert Don Hawkins, Kennett, Mo. Priscilla Hawkins, Paragould Judy Haws, Jonesboro Brenda Joyce Hayes, Fisk, Mo. Ewell W. Heath, Poughkeepsie r- ■ jttk Km Edwin Hedgecorth, Farmington, Mo. Loretta Sue Hedger, Jonesboro Marion Madison Helms, Tuckerman Nancy Henderson, Blytheville David L. Hendricks, Paragould Judi Hendrix, Pine Bluff John W. Henry Jr., Jonesboro IP IP i l it Kathyrn Henry, Kennett, Mo. Martha Louise Henry Beorden Myrna Jean Henry, Leachville Marshall Henson III, Bono Gary W. Hercher, Pine Bluff Cassandra Herring, Newport Linda Hester, Paragould Floyd W. Hicks, Knobel Tom L. Hilburn, Walnut Ridge Elmer D. Hill, Rockford, III. Robert B. Hill, Jonesboro Saundra C. Hill, Joiner Judith Hinrichsen, Jonesboro Maurice Hitt, Jonesboro Meryl A. Hodge, Paragould William R. Hoessli, Salem Mary Catherine Holden, Jonesboro Richard Holeyfield, Searcy Cecil Holifield, Rector Larry Holifield, Rector Don Holman, England Ronald Holt, Bay Billy Don Hook, Lake City Linda Hooten, Egypt Joe K. Hoinberger, Manila Robert G. Horton, Little Rock Tommy G. Horton, Walnut Ridge Lonnie Hoskins, Leachville Stella Howe, Lambrook Joyce Ann Howie, Brookland James R. Hudson, Jonesboro Jim Hudson, Jonesboro Philip Hudson, Brookland William Dowell Hudson, Pine Bluff Clarence Roy Huffman, Piggott Preston E. Hufstedler, Rockford, III. Charles Hughes III, Brickeys Joe H. Hughes, Osceola Donald Hunter, Rector Patricia Huntley, Pine Bluff Donald Hutcherson, West Memphis Caryn Hutchinson, Searcy mMktm %w . WWWfL ■ 1 ! 1 : L r v Villi I 2 A, . Lmdel Gene Hutson, Hardy Charles J. Hynes, West Sayville, N Y Bryan Isqrig, Little Rock Bruce H. Jackson, West Memphis Connie Jean Jackson, Paragould Nancy Jackson, Pocahontas Dale Jackson, Conway Martin James, Forrest City Patsy James, Ravenden Springs Paul Allyn James, Leachville Sondra Kay Jamieson, Proctor Ronald Jefford, Floral Carolyn Jeffrey, McHue Jerry L. Jeffries, East Prairie, Mo. Marian D. Jenkins, Marmaduke James Eric Jensen, Osceola George Johnson, Cash Gil Johnson, Prescott Joseph V. Johnson, Corning Marcia C. Johnson, West Helena Linda Johnson, Gobler, Mo. Robert Dale Johnson, Marianne Elizabeth Johnston, Tuckerman Troy Johnston, Newport Donald Jones, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ann Jones, Fisher Janece Jones, North Little Rock Larry Jones, Pocahontas SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Silvey Ann Jones, East Prairie, Mo. Walter E. Jones Jr., Oil Trough Zachary L. Jones, West Helena Glenda Joplin, Doniphan, Mo. William Jowers, Stuttgart Terry Julian, Clarkton, Mo. Gerald Jumper Jr., Dexter, Mo. Jerry L. Kaufman, Bernie, Mo. Larry Kearbey, Little Rock Judy Kee, Jonesboro Claude Keeling, Delaplaine Anna Jean Keith, Jonesboro Paulette Kellems, Paragould Catherine Keller, Salem, Mo. Jimmy Kelley, Jonesboro Johnny Kelley, West Helena Karen Kelley, Kennett, Mo. Darryl L. Kelly, Rector Nancy Kemp, Hot Springs Larry Kennedy, Manila Judy Kennemore, Osceola Wesley Kent, Jonesboro Jerry Kincade, Pocahontas Linda Lou Kinchen, Warm Springs Michael King, Jonesboro Richard J. King, Blytheville Christie Sue Kirksey, Maiden, Mo. Bill Kirby, Kennett, Mo. Claudia Klene, Blytheville Carol L. Klindworth, West Memphis Bobby Lynn Klutts, Holland, Mo. Eddie Knox, Piedmont, Mo. Carolyn Ann Kueter, Paragould Ronnie F. Lace, Cherry Valley Bennie A. Lodd, Augusta Author Laird, Trumann Philip Clyde Lamitina, Newport John D. Lammers, Stuttgart Virgil Lancaster, Newport James P. Landers, Jonesboro Lytle Peyton Landers, Batesville Melvin Thomas Landers, Smithville Alvin C. Lane, Blythevi 1 1 e Sam Lawson, Marked Tree Robert E. Lawyer, Edina, Minn. Bobby Layne, Trumann M. Patricia Lazar, Helena Sue Leathers, Maiden, Mo. Robert W. Lee, West Helena Barbara Jane Legan, Maiden, Mo. Emile N. Lepi ne Jr., DeWitt Tommy Lepper, Jonesboro Lloyd L. Lewallen, Pocahontas Charles Neal Lewis, Lepanto Dwain Lewis, Little Rock Ronald Lewis, Paragould David Light, Paragould Louise Lindsey, Jonesboro Richard E. Linsky, Boston, Mass. Joe Little, Brinkley Anna Lloyd, Jonesboro Gary Wayne Locke, Cash Vickie L. Loftus, Jonesboro SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 B. A. Long Jr., Helena Linda R. Long, Hardy Roger Lowrence Long, Jonesboro Michele Lorusso, Carlstadt, N.J. Tommy Lourien, Wynne Sheila Lowery, Palestine Carolyn Ann Lusk, Moro Walter Lyons, Jacksonville Douglas Maddox, Clarkton, Mo. David Madison, Newport Wayne Modison, Alicia James L. Magry, Stote College Tommy Malone, Fisher Don F. Mangrum, Black Oak Donnie Lee Mangrum, Sheridan Earl Mangrum, Paragould Barbara Ann Manning, Walnut Ridge Margaret Sharon Manning, Jonesboro Charlotte Maples, Jonesboro Dalton Markin, Cardwell, Mo. Linda Markin, Cardwell, Mo. Gary J. Marlar, England Richard I. Marotti, Crawfords ville James Robert Marschewski, Little Rock Donald Martin, Jonesboro Jack Edwin Marvin, El Dorado Joe Masner, Monette JoAnne Mason, North Little Rock David Massey, Jonesboro Donald Massey, Lake City David Masterson, Earle Margaret Ann Mathis, Jonesboro Harold Gene Mathews, Walnut Ridge Richard Paul Matthews, West Memphis Alton M. Mathis, Marion 288 IP r Jr (Pi 4ife T — St IP " ■ - 1 £1 1 Ask Betty Maudin, Morion Marcus McAllister, Newport Richard McBride, Hot Springs Jimmy McCain, West Memphis Gary McCanless, Blyrheville Tommy McCanless, Blytheville Stephen McClelland, Trumann Alyce Ann McClure, Blytheville Terry McCord, North Little Rock Ransom Lee McDaniel, Batesville Carol McDowell, Biggers Sharon McGahhey, DeWitt Lynn McGee, Harrisburg Ronnie McGinness, West Memphis Don Mclllwain, Walnut Ridge Larry Mcllvoy, Peach Orchard Jim McKnown, Blytheville Richard McLean, Ward Robert McLean, Ward Mary Jo McNair, Jonesboro Jimmy McSpadden, Batesville Gary Don McWilliams, Manila Walter L. Meals III, Hughes Bobby Means, Jacksonville Charles A. Mellein, Okawville, Gary Melton, Zion Ronnie Michaels, Newport Cindy Middleton, Osceola Bruce E. Miller, Joiner Ernest Wesley Miller, Jonesboro James F. Miller, Kennett, Mo. Margaret A. Miller, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Glenn Miller, Dexter, Mo. Richard M. Mitchell, Paragould Mike Mitchell, Jacksonville Steve A. Monteith, O ' Fallon, Mo. Manuel F. Montes Jr., West Memphis Bobby D. Montgomery, Newport Robert E. Montgomery, Bono Dennis F. Moody, Portageville, Mo. Arthur B. Moore, Tallapoosa, Mo. Roger Paul Moore, Perkins, Mo. Troy E. Moore, Paragould C. D. Morgan, Lepanto Ronnie Morgan, DeWitt Gary L. Morris, Jonesboro Paul D. Morris, Delaplaine Jeanette Morrison, Nettleton Connie Mostyn, Sulphur Rock Pam Mouchett, Sikeston, Mo. U. W. Mullins, Blytheville David F. Murphy, Paragould Margaret Murphy, Walnut Ridge Peggy J. Murphy, Hardy Robert Mustain, Newport Cary C. Myers, Corinth, Miss. Jerry R. Myers, Sedgwick David Paul Neal, West Memphis Mary Catherine Neal, West Memphis Dana Neely, Valley View Danny Eugene Nelms, West Memphis Doug Nelson, Little Rock Perry Nettle, Paragould Carolyn Newkirk, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Carol Anne Nicholson, Newport Joel D. Nicholson, Hunter Marsha Nolan, Forrest City Jeanne Norman, Jonesboro Jo Ann Norman, Senath, Mo. Karen Norton, Pine Bluff 289 Linda Norton, West Ridge Renee Norton, Pine Bluff Gary O. Nutt, Paragould Nelson Oakley, Weiner Virginia Odom, Marked Tree Betty Ann O ' Neal, Paragould Clyde Davis O ' Neal, Blythevi Me Sharyn Ormsby, Doniphan, Mo. Susan Orosz, Ha rdy Jerry Orr, Jonesboro Gary Ray Overstreet, Searcy Larry Owen, Manila James Ray Owens, Wynne Peggy Owens, Lake City Danny Palmer, Little Rock Jerry W. Palmer, Schenectady, N.Y. Kenneth D. Pankey, Blythevi I le Michael Pankey, Jonesboro Patricia Kay Pankey, Oil Trough Pete Parenti, Pine Bluff Kelly Park, Thayer, Mo. Don G. Parker, Tuckerman Donald G. Parker, Kennett, Mo. Gary A. Parker, Pocahontas Peggy Parker, Jonesboro Sharon Koy Parks, Blythevi lie Jack Partridge Jr., Pine Bluff Diane Patterson, Heth Donald Hugh Patterson, Bassett Patsy Patterson, Wilson Jim Payne, Marked Tree Mike Payne, Trumann Sylvia Payne, Little Rock William Dickson Pelts, Kennett, Mo. Kathy Perkins Holmes, Blythevi lie Harold Persfull, Essex, Mo. Charles Pettit, Jonesboro Ed Phillips, Blytheville Larry Phillips, Paragould Edwin L. Pierce, Burlingame, Calif. Bobby Pierce, Desha Ray Edgar Pierson Jr., Jonesboro Charles Pillow, Paragould Ralph Politano, Inwood, N.Y. Robert Pollard, Cardwell, Mo H. Lemoyne Polston, Helena William J. Ponder, East Prairie, Mo. Judy Pope, Pocahontas John Bradford Porter II, Osceola Barry Don Posey, Jonesboro Raymond Lee Posey, Manila John Potter, Jacksonville Karen E. Potter, Jonesboro Mark W. Potts, Van Buren, Mo. Randall Pratt, Jonesboro James Joseph Prestidge, Tyronza Larry Joe Price, Newark Jerry Franklin Prince, Manila Jemmalee Provance, Maiden, Mo. Richard Provost, Marked Tree Billy Joe Pruett, Rector Gary Pugh, Walnut Ridge James Douglas Pugh, Leachville Donald Ray Pulford, Jonesboro Frank D. Pulliam, Doniphan, Mo. Jerry Pulliam, Jonesboro George Purdy, DeWitt Mary Ann Quail, Paragould Gaye Quails, Mount Pleasant Charles Robert Raglin, Pocahontas 290 Wendell Ragsdale, Mammoth Spring Ronnie Lee Rohm, Success Judy Romey, Blytheville Billy Charles Ray, Senalh, Mo. Lynda Gayle Ray, Jonesboro Margie Ray, Jonesboro Donald Reaves, Harrisburg J. W. Reece, Osceola Connis Jean Reel, Holcomb, Mo. James T. Reese, Miami, Fla. Charles Reeves, Lake City Garry Joe Reeves, Caraway Phyllis Ann Reid, Memphis, Tenn. David Relyea, Almyra Billy Remmert, Memphis, Tenn. David A. Renn, Belleville, III. Barbara Reves, Jonesboro Steve Reynolds, Little Rock Paulette Rhea, Jonesboro Joe Rhein, Stuttgart Allen Rhodes, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Joseph G. Rhodes, Blytheville Barbara A. Rice, Thayer, Mo. John Richard, Cave City David Richardson, Reyno Joe Richardson, Desha Sondra Sue Richardson, Jonesboro David Riddle, Trumann SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Dennis Riddle, Trumann James E. Rinchuso, Pine Bluff Gary A. Roach, Trumann Danny Robbins, Manila Neil Robbins, Helena Gary Don Robert, Bono Farrel Roberts, Knobel Jane Roberts, Newport Mary Robertson, Lake City Leigh Robicheaux, Mountain Home Bee Robinson, Newport Patricia Mae Robinson, Jonesboro Dewey W. Roddy, Monette Roy Roe, Block Oak Thomas C. Roe, West Plains, Mo. Beverly Ann Rodgers, Black Oak Glenna Rodgers, Mammoth Spring Jeanette Rogers, Ash Flat Winfred Rose, Earle Ralph Rosselot, Walnut Ridge Fred Rounsavoll, Joiner Carolyn Sue Rouse, Jonesboro James C. Rowland, El Dorado Donald L. Russina, Jonesboro Phyllis Mary Rutherford, Jonesboro Dana Ryan, Hazelwood, Mo. Karen Salley, North Little Rock Bruce Sanderson, Jonesboro Jerry Sansing, Memphis, Tenn. Jan Santie, Maiden, Mo. Phil Santie, Maiden, Mo. Sheila Dale Sappington, Corning Tommy Ross Sayre, Caruthersville, Mo. Jerry Schaeffer, North Little Rock Janet Schimming, Peach Orchard 291 Christine Schleuss, Camden Thomas Schoonover, Michigan City, Ind. Joe Tal Schreick, Osceola Fred Schultz, Jonesboro Janet E. Schultz, Blytheville Louis J. Schultz, Blytheville Pat Schwamb, Paragould Karl Schwemmer, Forest Hills, N.Y. Kelly Scobey, Beech Grove Joe F. Scott Jr., Osceola John M. Scott, Jonesboro John Richard Scott, Jonesboro Patsy Scott, Parkin Dubber Scott, North Little Rock Ralph E. Seay, Rector Jim Sellers, Earle Elizabeth Shaneyfelt, Manila David Shanks, Newnata Anne Shaver, Marked Tree Preston Shaw Jr., Hickory Ridge Virginia Shepard, Jonesboro William F. Shepherd, Pine Bluff Roy F. Sherman Jr., Catron, Mo. Charles Ervin Sherwood, DeWitt James W. Shively, Forrest City Buddy Shoemake, Forrest City Frances Shoemaker, Hughes Ebby Shreve, Cave City SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Jeane Shumaker, Bell City, Mo. Clyde D. Simmons, Poughkeepsie Michael Simmons, Jacksonville Charles Simpson, Rector Donna Simpson, Trumann Howard Sims, West Memphis Donna Singer, Palestine Barbara Sipa, Jonesboro Sandra Sissom, Cardwell, Mo. Robert L. Sisson, Viola Robert L. Smalley, Caldwell Dennis Smalling, Paragould Dwanna B. Smith, Blytheville Eddie Smith, Trumann Jimmy Leon Smith, Paragould John Lee Smith, Stuttgart Larry L. Smith, Hughes Linda Jane Smith, Osceola Phil Gary Smith, Trumann R. V. Smith, Trumann Ronnie W. Smith, Black Rock Susan Smith, Tyronza Terry Jarome Smith, Holcomb, Mo. Glenn A. Smithee, Newport Kon F. Smithee, Jonesboro John Snider, Fisk, Mo. Forrington Snipes Jr., Crawfordsville Tony Snow, Jonesboro Frances Spaulding, Pine Bluff Fay Gene Spitzer, Hardy Sheryl Spradling, St. Louis, Mo. Karen Spragg, Sulphur Rock Charles Eric Stagg, Clinton Alton W. Stallcup, Beech Grove Bernard M. Stanfield, Sedalia, Mo. mm ' J , ' w ---Hi Wi Kfef in i 1 Betty Stanfili, Paragould Barbara Ann Stark, Glen Ellyn, I Larry Joe Steele, Black Rock Donna J. Stephens, Forrest City Phillip Von Stephens, Jonesboro Jerry Otis Stevens, Trumonn William L. Steward, Paragould Judy Stogsdill, Monette James R. Stone, Pine Bluff Andy Stovall, Imboden S. Daniel Stracner, Hot Springs Sandra Strawbridge, Jonesboro Sandra Strickland, Lepanto Elaine Strong, West Memphis Jeannie Studebaker, Hazelwood, Mo. J. W. Sullinger, Paragould John E. Summers, Maiden, Mo. Walter L. Surprise, Blytheville Charles L. Tacker, Tyronza Sam Taggart, Augusta Bobby Taylor, Memphis, Tenn. James Newell Taylor, Wynne Kathy Taylor, Wynne Zeekie Taylor, Marmaduke David D. Terrell, Jonesboro Gay Tetley, Poplar Bluff, Mo Gary J. Thomas, Jacksonville Jack Thomas, Osceola Larry Dean Thomas, Jonesboro Roy Lee Thomas, Black Oak Donald Thompson, Jonesboro Douglas Thompson, Detroit, Mich. Tommy L. Thompson, Brinkley Alan Thornbrough, Blytheville Larry Glen Thome, Marmaduke David J. Thurman, Paragould Dick Tipton, Caruthersville, Mo. Fred V. Tisdale, Pine Bluff Linda Treat, West Helena Ronald Triplett, Bloomfield, Mo. Gary W. Turner, Newport Herman Turner, Blytheville Johnny M. Turner, Elaine Larry W. Turner, Salem James C. Ulmer, Jonesboro Jill Valenteen, Jonesboro Gail Vance, Paragould Dale Vangilder, Rector Sandra Vangilder, Rector Linda B. Varnell, Huff Camille Volkamer, Little Rock Charles A. Vondran, Brinkley Phyllis Vondran, Brinkley William R. Vondran, Forrest City Larry C. Waddell, Manila Norman D. Waddill, Newport Anita Wade, Lepanto Karen Wadley, Paragould Dianne Waldheim, Blytheville Richard Walker, Paragould J immie Walker, Paragould Wynoka Walker, West Memphis Brenda Carolyn Wall, Bono Arthur L. Wallace, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jack E. Walters Jr., Clarksville Larry Wamble, Osceola Donald Ward, Salem John Washington, Earle Priscilla Watkins, Brinkley Eddie Max Watson, Lake City 293 Lois Watson, Black Rock Pawla Watson, Portia Deanna Weaver, Walnut Ridge Judy Weaver, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Lillie Corley Weaver, Blytheville John B. Welch, Ravenden Springs Carolyn West, St. Charles Bill H. Wheeler, Thayer, Mo. V. C. Wheeler Jr., Jonesboro Aaron White, Brinkley David Terry White, Salado Richard D. White, Beebe Vicki Dianne White, Jacksonville Vernon R. Whitehead, Osceola Jeanne Whitfield, Jonesboro Nan ' c Whitney, Little Rock Jo Ann Whittinghom, Jonesboro Allen Wade Wicker, Blytheville Don Wicker, Brookland Ronnie David Wiggins, Clarendon Haldor M. Wilkes, Batesville Terry Wilkins, Kennett, Mo Lewis E. Wilkison, Kennett, Mo. Cheryl Williams, Clarkedale Conley Williams, Rector Gene S. Williams, Pine Bluff Jimmy R. Williams, Cotton Plant Toni Williams, North Little Rock SOPHOMORES Class of ' 68 Gene Williams, Jonesboro Walter J. Williams, Tupperlake, N.Y. Harry Williamson, Essex, Mo. Vivian D. Williamson, Holly Grove Murriel Wilson, Weiner Linda P. Wilson, Batesville Sandy Wilson, Walnut Ridge Carolyn Winemiller, Swifton Kathryn Wingo, Jonesboro Randy Winn, Paragould Beatrice Ann Winningham, Harrisburg Gary Wayning Winters, Lynn Hans Winters Jr., Jonesboro Rose Nell Wise, Bay Donna Wisehart, Myrtle, Mo. Tommy Womack, Lake City Judy Marie Wood, Caraway Kenneth G. Wood, Trumann Stephen Kent Wood, Little Rock Brenda Woodrum, Harrisburg Sandy Work, Pine Bluff Sue Worley, Marked Tree J. W. Edward Wortham Jr., Manila Larry Wortham, Cash Richard Worthington, Piggott David Wright, Ironton, Mo. Mary V. Wright, Hardy Nancy Wright, Batesville Jerry Ann Wyatt, Nimmons Sharon Wyatt, Kirkwood, Mo Edna Ellen Yancey, Marked Tree Mary Ann Young, Marion Rhonda Susan Young, Trumann Ronnie Young, Tuckerman 294 Crowds, Crowds Everywhere DANCING IN A CROWD today could easily be compared to driving bumper cars around a little room at a carnival. PbP RALLIES during football season disrupt Saturday morning shopping in downtown Jonesboro, setting the stage for excitement. CROWD STIRS as A-State ' s footbcll team powers its way close to the goal-line for a possible game-winning touchdown. M til 1 flff ft H 1 O 1 Ail i 1 All IT i Isabell S. Abbott, Tuckerman Scott Abell, Jonesboro John R. Abernathy, Perryville, Mo. Sue Abernathy, West Memphis Marilyn Abies, Sikeston, Mo. Jay Acuff, Paragould Galen Adams, Little Rock James Adams, Jonesboro Judy Ann Adams, Yellville Paul D. Adams, Manila Betty L. Alexander, Wilson Judith Kay Alexander, Tyronza Lee Alexander, Monette Mary Roussan Alexander, Blytheville Raphael Hayes Alexander, Blytheville Hassan-Aliabadi, Tehran, Iran James Allbnght, Heber Springs Danny Allen, Campbell, Mo. Dub Allen, Little Rock Houston A. Allen, Marked Tree James Allen, Sheridan Judy Sue Allen, Pine Bluff Tommy Allen, Sheridan Ronnie Allison, Walnut Ridge Frank Benard Alpe, Crawfordsville Ben Alstadt, Rector Barbara Ann Anderson, Blytheville Randall Anderson, Paragould FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Stephen Andress, Pine Bluff Bill Andrews, Conway Johnnie T. Andrews, Walnut Ridge Betty Ann Angelo, McCrory Carol Jean Anglin, Marked Tree Jeanne Annable, Keiser Sam Antoon, El Dorado John T. Arment, Caruthersville, Mo. Charles Armstrong, Dell Sharon K, Armstrong, Warm Springs Mike Arnett, Searcy David Arnold, Blytheville James Arnold, Little Rock Joseph H. Arnold, Blytheville Sue Ann Arrington, Jonesboro Bill Ash, Bernie, Mo. Sammy Ashabranner, Manila Patricia Ashley, Monette Frank W. Ashmore, Memphis, Tenn. Fayez Najib Awad, Latakia, Syria Steve Babcock, Paragould Ann Bacon, Manila Robert Bernard Bailey, Jonesboro Danny Wayne Baker, Hickory Ridge David Earl Baker, West Memphis Gary C. Baker, Swifton Robert Hall Baker, Joiner William B. Baker Jr., Newport Scottie Balch, Amagon Tommy Balcom, Trumann Samuel Wade Baldwin, Hickory Ridge Suzanna Marie Ball, Blytheville Suzi Ballard, Jonesboro Gelene Ballew, Jonesboro Betty Baltzell, Lake City ft t ( T le- A n i 296 Phyllis Ann Bonks, Jonesboro Donold Roy Barber, Newport Gerald Barker, Nettleton Sammy Barkley, Jonesboro Billy Eddie Barksdale, Batesvil Sandra Barnes, Blytheville Keith Barnett, McCrory Roberto Barnett, Koshkonong, III Beverly Ann Barnhill, Jonesboro Linda Barnhill, Paragould Paulette Barnhill, Jonesboro Lynn Lacy Barr, Jacksonville Gerral Barrett, Bay Garry Barrows, Jonesboro Elizabeth Ann Bartlom, Jonesboro Palmer K. Bartlett, Memphis, Ten- Jack Berry Barton Jr., Turrell Lynda Batchelor, Little Rock Danny Bateman, St. Louis, Mo. Mary Ann Bateman, Paragould Theresa Nell Bateman, Rector Carron Ann Batey, Lake City Pat Battaile, Helena Eorl Randal Batton, Corning Jerry Baugh, Jonesboro Mickey Randell Baugh, Bono Glenn Baumann, Stuttgart Suzanne Baxter, Batesville Betty Lou Bayer, Hughes David Glenn Beasley, Paragould Dan Beaton, Elaine William Dale Beaty, Kennett, Mo. Ross E. Beck Jr., Texarkana Ronny Becker, Marked Tree Teresa Ann Beckman, Dell Billy Beene, Hughes Linda Beeson, Wynne Bill Eugene Belew, St. Louis, Mo. Robert H. Bell, West Memphis Judy Ann Ben|amin, Jonesboro Linda Kaye Benjamin, Bull Shoals Charlotte Bennett, Blytheville Nancy Raye Bennett, Bald Knob Robert L. Bennett Jr., Jonesboro Gene W. Benson, Manila James Lynn Benson, Marianna Sharon Lee Benson, Stuttgart Beverly Gene Bentholl, West Helena William Robert Berg, Almyra Glenn J. Berry, Jonesboro Michael M. Besharse, Blytheville Chloe Bettis, Carlisle Gary Bettis, Smithville Danny Bevill, Blytheville Bob Bevis, Scott James 0. Billingsley Jr., Marked Tree Michael Bingham, Jonesboro, Valley View Ronnie Bingham, West Helena Fonda Bishop, Harrisburg Nancy Bishop, Jonesboro Stephen Bitely, Gould Robert J. Black Jr., Jonesboro Carla Blackard, Blytheville Pat Blackburn, Paragould Ronald W. Blackburn, Jonesboro Bobby A. Blackford, West Memphis Mike Blackwell, Little Rock Harold Blackwood, Gideon, Mo. Sara Jane Blissit, Little Rock Jean Blocker, Hot Springs Keith Booz, North Little Rock Christine Boblock, Marked Tree Irene Boblack, Marked Tree Ronald Bodeker, Jonesboro Bob Bodenhamer, Mountain Home James Bodenhamer, Gassville Carolyn Boeckmann, Wynne Pam Bogue, Memphis, Tenn. Johnny Boland, Marked Tree Larry Bolin, Cicero, Illinois Franklin D. Bollinger, Oran, Mo. Karen E. Bond, Jonesboro James Bonds, Trumann Mike Bone, Batesville Cleatus Doyle Book Jr., Jonesboro Davis A. Boon e, Dexter, Mo. John Booten, Jonesboro Donald Booth, Pontiac, Mich. Ronald L. Boren, Pine Bluff Shirley Bost, Senath, Mo. Sheryle Bounds, East Barksdale AFB, La. Kenny Ray Bourland, Manila Ronnie Bowen, Tuckerman Robert James Bowers, Jonesboro David Richard Bowlin, Pocahontas Keith Bowman, Dexter, Mo. Nancy Kathleen Boyd, Campbell, Mo. Russ Boyd, Walnut Ridge Glynn R. Boydston, North Little Rock Leonard Bradberry, Piggott Tommy B. Bradley, New Madrid, Mo Jonnie F. Bradsher, Trumann Michael Brakefield, Memphis, Tenn. Gary Branch, Paragould Dorothy Jean Brand, Harrisburg Don Brannan, Maiden, Mo. Laudies Brantley, England Carolyn Sue Brasher, Keiser Freddy Thompson Bratton, Blythevi 1 1 e Mark Gene Brenke, Pine Bluff Danny Brewer, Jonesboro Gary Dale Brewer, Blythevi 1 1 e Jerry L. Brewer, Monette Terry R. Brewer, Monette Wilma Brewer, Marvell Lee A. Breytspraak, Mountain Home Jimmy Bridger, Jonesboro Michael Stanley Bridger, Nettleton Ronald Briggs, Stuttgart Benny E. Bright, Bradford Patricia Brightwell, Paragould Kay Brittingham, Paragould Arlie Broadaway, Nettleton Phillis Broadaway, Bono Butch Brogden, McCrOry Patsy Kay Bronow, Helena Jim Brooks, Nettleton Bill Brown, North Little Rock Darrell W. Brown, Bernie, Mo. Dianne Brown, Augusta Frances LaRue Brown, Jonesboro Franklin 0. Brown, Osceola Gary Brown, Whitehall Jacque Cecelia Brown, Pine Bluff Kenneth Brown, Benton Loretta Brown, Marion Melvin Brown, Rector Patricia Brown, Batesville Rita Ann Brown, West Memphis Ronnie Brown, Mammoth Spring Ah tit Ail • ' kit d%A ■J I 298 " All € 1 jP a L 4 i . - 0S y s MKk . 4Bk i Thomas Jerry Brown, Weiner Jerome Browning, Judsonio Peggy Sue Brownlee, Joiner William Allen Brumett, Lonoke Davis M. Bruner, Jonesboro DiAnna Brunner, Marked Tree Philip Bryan, Leachville Don Bryant, Timbo Tom D. Bryant, Nettleton Tommy Bryant, Wynne Christy Buchanan, Caruthersville, Mo. Doyle W. Buck, Marked Tree Mayford Buck, Arbyrd, Mo. Dan Buckley, New Orleans, La. Diane Bucy, Rector Richard L. Buerkle, Jonesboro Frederick W. Buhrmester Jr., Weiner Martha J. Bunch, Judsonia Barbara Elizabeth Burke, Wynne Linda Burnette, Memphis, Tenn. Rhondal Dale Burns, Blythevi lie Joy Barrow, Augusta Mike Burrow, Blytheville Mike Burton, Steele, Mo. Clara Butler, Jonesboro Dale A. Butler, Paragould Janis Butler, Ethel Robbie Carolyn Butler, Parkin FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Sallie Sue Butler, Jonesboro Sybil Butler, West Helena Lynn Byars, Jonesboro Daphine Byers, Hardy Marilee Byers, Marked Tree William A. Byrd, Little Rock Jimmy Don Cain, Joiner Bob Calhoun, North Little Rock Brenda Calvert, Blytheville Michael Calvert, Blytheville Cari Lee Cameron, Westfield, Pa Patricia Ann Cameron, Newport Sue Cameron, Dexter, Mo. Margaret Ann Camp, Jonesboro Jerry D .Campbell, Paragould Janie Cantrell, Caruthersville, Mo. Opal Cantwell, Jonesboro Linda Caplinger, Harrisburg William C. Caputo, Jacksonville, Fla. Ann Carden, Maiden, Mo LaDrewe Carey, Marvell Bill C. Carhart, Alton, Mo. Constance C. Carless, Blytheville Don Roy Carnahan, Piedmont, Mo. Kendall Carnes, Marianna Mike Carpenter, Jonesboro Lyman Wayne Carroll, Senath, Mo. Jack Carson Jr., West Helena Ann Carter, Lepanto Bert T. Carter, Poplar Bluff Cathy Carter, Harrisburg Johnny William Carter, Paragould Larose Cartwright, Lonoke David Terry Carty, Forrest City Judy Case, Hoxie 299 Jerry Lee Casey, Heth Glenda Cash, Paragould Jim Cash, Wynne Virginia H. Castleberry, Jonesboro Brent K. Chaffin, Brinkley Orville Chailland Jr., Kennett, Mo. Karen Sue Chambers, Forrest City Eddy Chapman, Wynne Karen Chappel, Nettleton Teresa Chastain, West Memphis David Childs, Elaine Charles D. Chipman, Mountain Home Dana Chism, Clarkton, Mo, Diana Chism, Clarkton, Mo. Donald Chitwood, St. James Kenneth Chorice, Ellington, Mo. Barbara Clark, Bridgeton, Mo. Bill Swain Clark, Widener Charles Gary Clark, Jonesboro David D. Clark, Jonesboro Gary LaVan Clark, New Madrid, Mo. Jeannie Clark, Jonesboro Julian B. Clark, Alicia Michael G. Clark, Jonesboro Sidney Clark, Hughes Steve Clark, Leachville Curtis T. Clayton, Maiden, Mo. Robert Leroy Chine, Walnut Ridge FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Jim Cobb, Jonesboro Tom Cobb, Batesville Carole Coe, Tuckerman Richard Lavern Coffman, Brookland Joe Coker, Walnut Ridge Cheryl Ann Cole, Marianna Edwa Sharon Cole, Trumann Ellen Cole, Jonesboro Gibson Cole, Jonesboro Donna Evelyn Coleman, Saffell Jimmy R. Coleman, Jonesboro Linda Coleman, Black Oak Ronnie Coleman, Jonesboro Sherry Ann Col ley, Jonesboro Florence Rudean Collier, Marked Tree Robert Collier, West Memphis Janet Gai Collins, West Plains, Mo. Janice Arlene Collins, Marked Tree Charles B. Cone Jr., Hardy Myron Don Coney, Memphis, Tenn. Dannie Conrad, Jonesboro Charlotte Cook, Poplar Bluff, Mo. David Cook, West Memphis Donnie Cook, Marmaduke J. D. Cook, Greenway Jimmy DeWain Cook, Nettleton Kathy Cook, Batesville Ruth Ann Cook, Jonesboro Sandra Cook, Batesville Diana Coonce, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ben N. Coonfield, Bentonville Angela Jean Cooper, Hayti, Mo. Gary Cooper, Melbourne Jerald D. Cooper, Summersville, Mo. Nancy Cooper, Poplar Bluff, Mo. 300 Richard B. Copeland, Blythevi lie Ann Corbett, Portageville, Mo. John R. Corcoran, Portland, Me. Jack Cathran, Parkin Miriam Cothran, Marvell Franchal H. Cothren, Jonesboro Greg Cothren, Paragould Tommy M. Cottingham, Bay Buddy L. Couch, Brooklond Kenneth Couch, Poplar Bluff, Mo James L. Counts, Cabot Karen Coverdale, Elizabeth Bess Cox, Earle Chris H. Cox, Paragould Norman John Cox Jr., Bradford Tony L. Cox, Dyess Dale Eugene Cox, Paragould Randy Cozart, West Memphis Kenneth Craft, Harrisburg Gene Crafton, Walnut Ridge Jackie " Skippey " Craig, Tyronza Hubert W. Crain, Brooklond Sandra Kay Crain, Kennett, Mo. Dick Crampton, Blytheville Terrell W. Crawford, Pine Bluff Tommy Creason, Jonesboro Jim Creech, Batesville John Crews, Lake City Linda Joann Crist, Jonesboro Jack Crittenden, Jonesboro Cindy Crocker, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Patti Lyn Croom, Leachville Ermal Joe Crossfield, Piggott Nora Jane Crosskno, Blytheville Cathy Crow, Rector Larry Louis Crew, Earle Keith Crowder, Marion Carletta Cruce, Lafe Thomas C. Cruce, Rector Larry Crumby, Helena Harold " Buddy " Crump, Blytheville James R. Cruse, Mountain View Larry Joe Crye, Des Arc Sarah Ann Culver, Jonesboro Joe Wayne Cumins, Campbell, Mo Wilma F. Cunningham, Jonesboro Gary Wayne Curbo, McCrory Pat Curry, Pine Bluff Phillip Guy Curtis, Haynes Susanne Curtis, Hordy Freda Cyp3rt, Searcy Tommy Dai I , Harrisburg Linda Kay Dal;, Piggott Jimmy Damron, Jonesboro Dona Dana, Thayer, Mo. David L. Daniell, Sparkmon Patrick Dale Daughter, Jonesboro Barbara Ann Davidson, Jonesboro Theresa Davidson, Maiden, Mo. Donna Davis, Jonesboro Freddie Glenn Dovis, Bono Hugh P. Davis, Risen James E. Davis, Tuckerman Judy Davis, Walnut Ridge Kristine M. Davis, Orange, Calif. Larry Wayne Davis, Jonesboro Lillian Davis, Little Rock Lindley Murphy Davis, Newport Mary Linda Davis, Augusta Sally Deane Davis, Newport L ■ • ' " t did L 301 Willye Mae Davis, Jonesboro Paul Deck, Glen Allen, Mo. Hinkle Decker, Mountain View Judy Ellen DeFries, Marmaduke Elizabeth DeHoff, Caruthersville, Mo. Larry Dement, Leachville Melvin Demuth Jr., West Memphis Charles G. Dennison, Memphis, Tenn. Mike Denton, Harrisburg Cindy DeWitt, Jonesboro Vicky Ann Dickerson, Nettleton Rollie Mack Dickinson, Marmaduke Lynn Alvin Diggs, Nettleton Sherry Diggs, Paragould Carol Dillaha, Marianna Wayne Thomas Dillard, Luxora Joe Dillier, West Helena George A. Dillin, Nettleton Panzy Dillingham, Newport Ray Dixon, Blytheville Carol June Doak, Lake City Alice Dobbins, Marked Tree Cathy Dohogne, Paragould Catherine Mary Donham, Lepanto Janie Dorris, Bragg City, Mo. Jimmie Dortch, Rector Jack C. Dorton, St. Louis, Mo. Rex Russell Dory, Jonesboro Lee Dotson, Nettleton Larry Doty, Trumann David Douglas, Searcy Lynda Douglas, Marked Tree Sue Dowd, Trumann Linda Kay Dowdy, Greenway Leland Dowless, Black Ook Michael D. Downing Rebecca Bryant Downing, Harrisburo. James H. Drennan, Hughes Charles C. Driver, Osceola Eddie Leon DuBar, Monette Joe Richard DuBus, Monette Larry Duchanoy, Locust Grove Clinton Duckworth, Essex, Mo. Karen Duckworth, Essex, Mo. Cleve Edward Dunavant, Jonesboro James E. Dunavant, Forrest City Charles William Duncan, Blytheville Danny Lee Duncan, Blytheville Donna Duncan, Blytheville Royce Clyde Duncan, Brinkley Sandra Lynn Duncan, Blytheville Danny Dunigan, Black Oak Tommy Lynn Dunn, Memphis, Tenn. Linda Sue Dupree, McCrory Elvin Dupslaff Jr., DeWitt Max Duty, Paragould Thomas Duvall, Little Rock Dianna Dyke, Jacksonport Carol Dyre, Dell Curtis E. Early Jr., West Memphis Charles Wayne Eason Jr., Lepanto Linda Louise Easterwood, Corning Andy Eastman, Paragould Kenneth D. Eatherly, Parkin Jimmy D. Eatmon, Blytheville Robert Eaton, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Billy Eaves, Trumann Dale Eaves, McCrory Drew Lawrence Echols, Blytheville Billy Jim Ederinglon, Little Rock 302 Sharon Edgin, Parogould Dave Edwards, Manila Phyllis I. Edwards, Little Rock Richard Edwards, Jonesboro Honkins Allen Egner, Desha Verna Elayer, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Johnny D. Elder, Trumann Butch Eldridge, Almyra Nancy S. Elliott, Carlisle Daryl S. Ellis, Blytheville Gary Ellis, Blytheville Karen Ellis, Blytheville Leaborn Ellis, Wynne Van Shaver Ellis, Walnut Ridge Lavanna Ellsworth, Portageville, Mo. Deborah Elmore, Paragould Marvin R. Emmons, Ravenden Mac Ennis, Success Sharon Ennis, Batesville Ricky Eoff, Dell James Ephlin, Wardell, Mo. Ronald F. Erwin, Nettleton Rufus Lewis Esken, McCrory Jonothon D. Eskridge, Walnut Ridge Tommy L. Estes, Ash Flat Dwain Eudy, Tuckerman Rosemary Evans, Monette Sue Evans, Glencoe FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Terry Ann Evans, Blytheville Jerry A. Ezzi, North Little Rock Pamela Angel Faries, Rector Jerry Farley, Jonesboro Dennis Farmer, Manila Dwight Farmer, Jonesboro Joe B. Farmer, Piggott Donnie Faulkner, Harrisburg Linda Faulkner, Batesville Glenda Felts, West Memphis Bobby Ferguson, Wynne Alberto Fernandez, Nicaragua, C.A. William Earl Fields, Jonesboro William Charles Fikes, Cherry Valley Dennis Finch, Black Oak Michael Wade Finn, West Memphis Sandra Kay Fisk, Corning Mary Fitzgerald, Blytheville Anna Belle Fleming, Marked Tree Bill Fleming, Osceola James A. Fleming, Round Pond Pamela Gaye Fleming, Hot Springs Bud Fletcher, Paragould David Fletcher, Searcy Linda Sue Fletcher, Little Rock Dennis Roger Flippo, Manila Jennie Janelle Floyd, Wilson Judy Mane Floyd, Ulm Carolyn Folds, Pine Bluff Mary Beth Folks, Maiden, Mo. Clay Ford, Blytheville Richard Formby, Augusta Mavis Forrest, Jonesboro Danny Lee Forrester, Jonesboro Floyd H. Forrester, Walnut Ridge 303 Tommy Wayne Forther, Pollard Joe Foss, Paragould Virginia Louise Foster, Jonesboro Dianne Foust, Harrisburg Diana Fowler, Jonesboro James Robert Fowler, Black Rock Joe Francis, West Plains, Mo. Bettie Franklin, Benton Harvey Franklin, Trumann Lloyd Fraser, Harrisburg Larry Frazier, Jonesboro Alan French, Diaz Jackie B. French, West Memphis John D. Frew, Pine Bluff Cherry Frierson, Jonesboro Judy Fritts, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Judy Kay Frost, Benton Neva Frost, West Memphis Roger Frost, West Memphis James E. Fugitt, West Memphis Pamela Scott Fuhr, Jonesboro Gerald D. Fulbright, Locust Grove Golden Fulbright, Weiner Barbara Fuller, Batesville Benny W. Futrell, Brookland Frances Dianne Gage, Jonesboro Tommy Gaines, McCrory Brenda Kaye Gaiser, Benton FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Loretta Gambill, Jonesboro Bill Gardner, West Memphis George Garlow, Winter Haven, Fla. Cynthia Garner, West Ridge Jimmy Garrett, Cotton Plant Marilyn Gary, West Memphis Richard Gates, North Little Rock Mildred Gatlin, Paragould Barbara Geib, Mammoth Spring John P. Geis, Jo nesboro William Larry George, Osceola Peggy Carol Gheth, Heber Springs Billy Gibbs, Lexa Carolyn A Gibson, Lake City Johnny W. Gibson, Jonesboro Linda Eileen Gibson, Blytheville Nelda Gaye Gibson, Arbyrd, Mo. Larry Gilbert, Piggott Robert Earl Gill, Osceola Sandra Lynn Gillcoatt, Almyra Linda Kay Gilliam, Newport Michael D. Gilmer, Jonesboro Angela Glass, Dyersburg, Tenn. Alvin R. Gleghorn, Knobel Bebe Glenn, Hazen Danny DuWayne Glenn, Jonesboro Marcia Anne Glenn, Fisher Sandra K. Glenn, Pine Bluff Van C. Glover, Blytheville John Paul Gnade, Jonesboro Devon M. Goddard, Poragould Linda Elaine Goff, Harrisburg Ronny Goff, Blytheville Michael E. Gonzales, Blytheville Danny Lynn Goodman, Brookland 304 J f £ il 4if Ail Gail Goodman, West Helena Gayle Goodman, Corning Gayla Goodson, Black Oak Marcia Goodson, Memphis, Tenn. Bobby Joe Gosa, Jonesboro David Gossett, Trumann Miriam Eve Gossett, Piggott David Gott, Jonesboro James E. Gould, Pittsfield, Me. Larry Goza, Swifton Diane Graddy, Benton Tommy Graff, Wynne Carol Graham, Clarendon Lynne Carruth Graves, Lexa Cecile Gray, Stuttgart James Emmon Gray, Moro Floyd Gene Green, Tyronza Gordon Ray Green, Paragould AAax Green, Deering, Mo. Terry Greene, Little Rock Harold Rodney Greenhill, DeWitt Suzanne Greenlee, Marked Tree Ronnie Greer, Searcy Shirley Greer, Searcy Woody Greig, Pindall Mike Griffey, Pine Bluff Durrall Wayne Griffin, Searcy Frances Jo Griffin, Elaine Magers Griffin, Dell Patricia Griffin, Jonesboro Steve Griffin, Jonesboro Joe Griffith, Blackton Jimmy Grimes, Jonesboro Arden Griner, Brinkley Linda Grisham, Monette Larry Wayne Grissom, Hayti, Mo. Pete Gross, Forrest City Vickey Jean Groves, Jonesboro Tom Gschwend, Pocahontas Mary Gude, Blytheville Larry Gunnell, Stuttgart Ramiro Gurdian, Nicaragua, C.A. Gaila Gurley, Blytheville Larry Gwaltney, Jonesboro Larry Gwyn, Brinkley Sharon Haag, Caraway Robert L. Hackworth, Imboden Allen Hagen, Paragould Kacky Halbert, Helena Billy R. Hale, Newport Linda Pearl Haley, Judsonia Jimmy Hall, Pine Bluff Kay Hambrick, Pocahontas Ronald Eugene Homes, Jonesboro Joe Richard Hamil, Paragould Carolyn Kay Hamilton, Swifton James H. Hamlett, Payma Carroll Hamm, Rector Jim B. Hammond, Clarksville Felix Kent Hampton III, Maiden, Mo. Doris June Handley, Blytheville Jan Hondley, Searcy Shar Hankins, Memphis, Tenn. Rae Hanley, Nettleton Janna Hannah, Jonesboro Pat Hansen, Timbo Talmadge B. Harbison, Swifton M. C. " Ike " Harcourt, Helena Larry M. Hardin, Jonesboro Melba Hardin, Blytheville Richard L. Harber, Wiseman Donna Kay Harkey, Kennett, Mo. Gary Don Harlan, Trumann Gordon Harmon, Desha Todd Wayne Harmon, Corning Edwyle Frances Harris, DeWitt Faye Harris, Marked Tree Eva Harris, Valley View Harriette Harris, Forrest City Jane Harris, Batesville Larry C. Harris, Broseley, Mo. Peggy Faye Harris, Jonesboro Richard M. Harris, Jonesboro Ronnie Harrison, Bay Linda Hart, Portia James J. Hartzel, Wynne Gary L. Harvey, Lake City Ronnie Harvey, Paragould Anna Hassin, Hot Springs Mary Anne Hastings, Mountain View Brenda C. Hawkins, Jonesboro Rochelle Haydon, Little Rock Louis " Ed " Haynes, Jonesboro Woodrow W. Haynes Jr., State College Shirley Healey, Jacksonville William Heidelberger, Marvell David Helm, Sage Ron Helmbeck, North Little Rock Danny Helms, Tuckerman Linda Sue Helms, Swifton Frank Henary, Jonesboro Danny Henderson, North Little Rock Donald R. Henderson, Marked Tree Judy Henderson, Arbyrd, Mo. Larry W. Henderson, Trumann Marylon Henderson, Stuttgart Richard Henderson II, Osceola John Hendley, Gideon, Mo Gary Hendrix, Trumann Phil Hendrix, Jonesboro Donald G. Henry, Jonesboro Alan Reed Henson, Jonesboro Jane Henson, Williamsvillle, Mo. Charles Henz II, Sikeston, Mo. James M. Herndon, Lepanto Allen Hester, Jonesboro James Higginbottom, Batesville Mike Higginbottom, Cave City Lynn Higgins, Paragould Sandra Higgins, Marked Tree Bill Hightower, West Helena Ann Hill, Jonesboro Becky Hill, Little Rock Glenda R. Hill, Osceola Judy Hillis, England Michael E. Hines, Marianna Charles Hinrichs, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Tommy Hinsley, Hot Springs Pete Hinson, Jonesboro Danny Hix, Batesville Joe Hodges, Forrest City Susan Hodges, Jonesboro Joe Thompson Hogan, Newport Donna Hoggard, Porma, Mo Bonnie Hogland, Paragould Freeman B. Holcombe, Bragg City, Mo. Sandra Kay Holder, Kennett, Mo. George Edd Holland, Monette Mcrtha l.ee Holland, West Memphis Gary A. Holleman, McCrcry 306 Jeonnette Holley, Osceola Quinton Hollingsworth Jr., Augusta Stephonne David Hollis, Manila Ellen Holloway, Marianna Terry Wayne Holmes, Fair Oaks Peter Nelson Holt, Gilmore Henry Holwell, Brinkley Liz Ann Hooker, Jonesboro Charles F. Hooten, Walnut Ridge Ray Hoots, Wynne Johnny Home, Little Rock Dianne Horner, Rector Eva Louise Horton, New Madrid, Mo. Linda Hots, Lafe Beverly Ann House, Jonesboro Barbara G. Houston, Fort Smith Nina Kay Houston, Harrisburg John Henry Howard, Luxora Malcom James Howard, Newport Jackie R. Howell, Corning Beth Hubbard, Memphis, Tenn. Freddie Hubble, Rector Glenda Huckabee, Monette Betty Sue Hudgins, Cotton Plant Julita Hudgins, Searcy Rebecca Jean Hudgins, Jonesboro Danny Hudson, Palmyra, Mo. Patricia Hudson, Gideon, Mo. FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Johnny Hudspeth, DeWitt Lon Huffman, Paragould Steed Huggins Jr., Bauxite David Hughen, Little Rock Gary D. Hughes, Gamaliel Margaret Hughes, Little Rock Nancy Vail Hughes, Marianna Brenda Sue Hulett, Swifton Jerry Lynn Hulett, Newport Rosemary Hundley, Bay Mary Nelle Hunt, Lonoke Slayden V. Hunt, Chattanooga, Tenn. James M. Hunter Jr., Cherry Valley Coy Hurd, Trumann Dorcas Hurst, Gassville Frank Hurst, Crawfordsville Jeanne Hurst, Rector Judy Hurst, Rector Roger Huskey, Harrisburg James Hutcherson, Paragould Jim Hutchins, Stuttgart Richard Hutton, Osceola Kitty Huxtable, Earle Dwight Hyde, Paragould Phyllis Isbell, Bay Libby Jacks, Pine Bluff F. Joy Jackson, Jonesboro Kathryn Ann Jackson, Jonesboro Kenneth Lee Jackson, Dell Larry J. Jackson, Bella Vista Larry Wendell Jackson, Jonesboro Linda Ruth Jackson, Newark Ouida Jackson, Jonesboro Sharon Jackson, Manila Sharon Jackson, Jonesboro 307 Mary Jacobs, McCrory Roger Jacobs, Egypt Jessica James, Wynne Larry James, Searcy Richard C. James, Little Rock Sheila Jarman, West Memphis Herman Jarrett, Paragould Gerald Jarris, Marked Tree Patsy J. Jeffrey, Locust Grove Darrell L. Jenkins, Brinkley Dwight Jenkins, Flippin Richard Jennings, Marion Richard W. Jernigan, Jonesboro Betty Jetton, Paragould Barbara Johnson, Corning Buddy Johnson, Forrest City David L. Johnson, Bay Evalyn Jo Johnson, Flippin Gary Johnson, Nettleton James E. Johnson, Sheridan Malven Johnson, Osceola Ronnie P. Johnson, Wynne Sidney W. Johnson, Jonesboro Spencer Lee Johnson, Leachville Thomas H. Johnson, Cash Aubrey W. Johnston, West Helena Cherie Ann Johnston, Pine Bluff Guy P. Johnston, Monette FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Melinda Johnston, Bentonville Freddy Boyd Jones, Jonesboro Jeanette L. Jones, Marion Lmda A. Jones, Keiser Lynda Jones, Sedgwick Michael F. Jones, West Memphis Sammie Jones, Jonesboro Sandra Jones, Rector Sue Jones, Huntsville Troy Jones, Cord Harry J. Jordan Jr., Jonesboro Bobby Justus, Walnut Ridge Shannon K. Kaffka, Jonesboro Sharron Kaye Kaffka, Jonesboro Beverly Kalkbrenner, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Shirley Kearbey, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jean Keesee, Malvern Steve Keeton, West Memphis Peggy L. Kelch, Luxora Brenda Keller, Weiner Margaret Keller, Poragould Nanci Keller, Jonesboro Jim Kelley, Benton Mike Kelley, West Helena Carolyn Kelly, Harrison Mary T. Kelly, Helena Ronny Kelton, Malina Paula Kemp, Ravenden Clydene Kendrick, Bay Martha L. Kennedy, Almyra Arthur Leon Kent, Jonesboro Hilda Kennemore, Beech Grove Jerry Kersey, Jonesboro Gary A. Kestner, Almyra Rodney Kestner, Almyra 308 Mike Ketchum, Blytheville Eric Kieffner, Paragould Holina T. Kieltuski, Marked Tree Jimmy Kient2, Pine Bluff Timothy G. Killett, Blytheville Johnny Mack Ki 1 1 ion, Forrest City Rondy Kilmore, West Memphis Marilyn Kinder, Stuttgart Alice King, West Helena Robert S. King, West Memphis Thomas L. King, Pocahontas Brenda Kinman, Jacksonville Charles H. Kirkindall, Jonesboro Johnny R. Kirkland, Nettleton Jackie R. Kirkwood, Campbell, Mo. Sherry Jean Kittle, North Little Rock Carol Kittler, Carlisle Betty Kitterman, Jonesboro Clyde Knight, Jonesboro Larry Knight, Lexa Alma Susan Konold, Jonesboro Philip Koonce, Blytheville Robert J Kopp, Ocean Grove, N.J Jeryl Krueger, Jonesboro William H. Lady, Paragould Brenda Lafarlette, Trumann Charlie K. LaFevers, Salem Donald W. Lamb, Rector Sherry Lamb, Paragould Robert A. Lambert Jr., Dumas Kathleen Lammers, Valley View Carol Landers, Cave City Ray Gene Landers, Smithville Kenneth D. Landreth, Blytheville Jerry Lane, Imboden Garry Langston, Little Rock Terry Largent, Weldon Phyllis Lassiter, Jonesboro Roger Latham, Paragould John Latture, Jacksonville Larry Lawrence, Melbourne Linda Lawson, Jonesboro Jake Lederman Jr., Lexa James Michael Lee, Wynne Pennye Lee, Paragould Kathy Le|a, Austin, Tex. Sandra Lenderman, Jonesboro Linda Kaye Lester, Pocahontas Alan Joseph Levine, Helena Leah Lewis, Blytheville Ronnie Lewis, Grubbs Sue Lewis, Poplar Bluff, Mo. William A. Lewis, Newport May Carol Lieblong, Forrest City Anne Lile, Jonesboro Jimmy Liles, Trumann Ronald E. Lillard, Marked Tree Margaret Limbert, Jonesboro Perry Linam, Rector Sandra Lindley, Wynne Woyne L. Lindley Jr., Jonesboro James H. Lindsay, Pine Bluff James Lindsey, Rector Linda Lingle, Piggott Linda Lippert, Sikeston, Mo. Barbara Little, Paragould Doug Little, Brinkley Susan L. Littlefield, Dell Steve Lockhart, Gregory Charles W. Long, Helena 309 4% r Am Iff 5 Dean Long, Jonesboro E. Spencer Long, Bell City, Mo. Peggy Long, Paragould Sheila Long, West Helena Wade Lorren, Manila Jennifer Ann Love, Jonesboro John Ed Lowe, Brickeys Linda Margaret Lowe, Memphis, Tenn. Charles S. Lawrey, Leachville Paula L. Luft, Pine Bluff Douglas P. Luster, Jonesboro Sandra Kay Luster, Jonesboro Pamela Luther, White Oak, Mo. Troy Lybarger, Monette Stephen Lynch, Newark Phyllis Lynn, Osceola W. David Lyttle, Jonesboro Myron D. Mabrey, Jonesboro Vance Mace, Etowah Carroll Maddox, Marked Tree Lmda Maddox, Little Rock Doyle D. Malone, Blytheville Patsy Maloy, Stuttgart Rogert T. Mann, Piggott Doyle W. Mardis, Harrisburg Janiece Markin, Monette Mary R. Marshall, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mickey Marshall, Paragould Albert G. Martin, West Helena Anne Martin, Jonesboro Bobby L. Martin, Wynne Florence A. Martin, Jonesboro Gary Martin, Pocahontas Patricia J. Martin, Paragould Rhonda C. Martin, Ash Flat Stan Martin, Little Rock Thurma Lee Martin, Paragould Patricia Mashburn, Carlisle James E. Mason, Bald Knob Orley A. Massena, Parkin Ernest H. Massey, Jonesboro Gary N. Masterson, Paragould 0 Steve Mosferson, Jonesboro Harvey E. Matheny, Cave City Martha L. Mathes, Jonesboro Douglas B. Mathews, Jonesboro Mitchell B. Mathis, Paragould Royce Matlock, Jonesboro Dan H. Matthews, Imboden % t I Danny K. Matthews, Imboden Davis Matthews, Imboden Patricia Matthews, Dyess Tommy M. Matthews, Imboden Margaret R. Mauldin, Marion Margaret May, Desha Alice L. Moyfield, Leachville A ' ' | f David Mays, Walnut Ridge Jean Mays, Blytheville Gary A. McBryde, Pine Bluff Tommy L. McCabe, Pine Bluff Irby L. McCain, Earle John McCain, Forrest City James A. McCall, Jonesboro Allene J. McCartney, Osceola Jimmy McCartney, Newport Ronald McClanahan, Pocahontas George McClellan, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Kevin McClelland, Grand Island, Fla. Anno M. McClure, Forrest City Larry McConnoughhay, Marmaduke 2 L 310 Jock McCord, Rector Paula McCoy, Bono James Ronald McCullars, Jonesboro Sharon Jean McDermott, Parkin Brenda Joyce McDonald, McCrory Susan McDonald, Paragould Janice McDow ell, Elsinore, Mo. Michael P. McEwen, Wynne Glenda McFarland, Turrell Jimmy Leon McGinnis, Lepanto Judy McGinnis, Parcgould Gary McGrew, Glenwood Danny McKay, West Memphis Teddy McKay, West Memphis Charles James McKinley, Jonesboro Diana McKinney, Kennett, Mo. John M. McMillin, West Memphis Bill McMurry, Weiner Michael Keith McNeill, Wynne Danny R. McWilliams, Blytheville Larry Medford, Brinkley Lloyd Keith Meharg, Pleasant Plains Marcia Melhorn, West Memphis Mike Melhorn, Parkin Charles Melton, Batesville Marion Meredith, Kennett, Mo. Brenda Merrick, Sikeston, Mo. Allen Max Metcalf, Hardy FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Henry F. Metzler III, Jonesboro Sondra T. Meyer, Black Oak Donnie A. Miles, Paragould Freddy Miles, Bono Beverly Miller, West Helena Charles D. Miller, Cash Linda Kay Miller, Cherry Valley Martha Miller, Wynne Sharon Miller, Walnut Ridge Lois Kay Mills, West Memphis William W. Millsap, Brookland Frank Minirth, Leachville James Allan Minner, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Kenneth Minton, Manila Johnnie Mitchell, Forrest City Larry Mitchell, Cotton Plant Linda Mitchell, Jonesboro Steve Mitchell, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Wanda Patricia Mitchell, Jonesboro Sidney Mize, Jonesboro Bay L. Mollenkoff, Stuttgort Kathy Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. Linda Montgomery, Weiner Tommy Montgomery, Trumann J. Carroll Moody, Bald Knob Rebecca Ann Mooney, Dell Billy Moore, Jonesboro Charles E. Moore, Trumann Excell Moore Jr., Newport Harry Truman Moore, Walnut Ridge John R. Moore, Nettleton Joyce Moore, Rector Stanley Moore, New Carlisle, Ind. Wanda Jane Moore, Jonesboro Dimas E. Morales, DeWitt 31 1 Dennis Morgan, Trumann Dewey L. Morgan, Jonesboro Gary Morgan, Black Oak Johnny Morgan, Nettleton Larry A. Morgan, Harrisburg Robert Moroni, Painton, Mo Richard Morris, Carlisle Sue Morris, Delaplaine Mary Ann Morris, Searcy Ray Morris, Paragould Robert Lee Morris, Marianna Linette Morrisett, Marked Tree Steve Morriso, Little Rock Joan Morten, Marmaduke Shelburn Morton, Paragould Freddie Moss, Trumann J immy Mueller, Ferguson, Mo. Brenda Jo Mullen, Monette Norma Jeanne Mullen, Strawberry Jimmy Mullins, Paragould Charles Murphy, Paragould Dorrell 0. Murphy, Hoxie Roy Leonard Murphy, West Helena Edna Leigh Murray, Caraway Richard Alan Murray, Jonesboro Steve Murray, Jonesboro Pamela Musgrave, Batesville Jolly Myatt, Cash FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Virginio Myers, Memphis, Tenn. David William Nail, Valley View Bobette Nagel, Dermott Donnie Nail, Brookland Jerry Nail, Caraway Donna Napier, Paragould James Neal, Janesboro Galen Neil Nelson, Benton Brad Nelson, West Helena Tommy A. Newmith, Jonesboro Fred Nettles, Blytheville Patsy Ruth Nettleton, Risco, Mo. Marilyn Ann New, Pine Bluff George Allen Newcomb, Tyronza Harvey L. Newell, Alicia Russell Warren Newell, Alicia C. E. Newman Jr., Fair Oaks Wilma Dean Newson, Ravenden Franceil Nichols, Conway Kirk Nichols, Piggott Sherry Nicks, Biggers Charles Nix, Harrisburg Harvey Pierce Nixon, Valley View Bobbie Joe Noble, Trumann Nicholas Noel, Paragould Ray Allen Noel, Paragould Harvey Lee Nolen, West Memphis Cynthia R. Nordeen, Blytheville Jimmy Norris, Searcy Dannie A. Northington, Maiden, Mo. Marion Sue Norton, Pine Bluff Phyllis Norton, Paragould Tim Norton, Marked Tree George Nunnally, Trumann Charles Clark Nutt, Valley View mm fflHM Mi V ' til Jut 3u! i I 1 l §- ] Ado O ' Brien, Little Rock Charles " Butch " O ' Brien, Marked Tree Russell King O ' Banion, Pine Bluff Gary Oliver, Stuttgart M. Sharolyn Oliver, Carlisle Phillip R. Orey, Piggott Pat Osbron, Bull Shoals Bruce Anthony Osowski, West Memphis Elton Eugene Overall, Kennett, Mo Glenda Gay Overfield, Grubbs Alice Larrane Owen, Dyess Michael Roy Owen, Jonesboro Kay Owens, Bay Ronnie Owens, Jonesboro James Lavone Oxner, Marianna Gloria Ozbirn, Jonesboro Linda Ozment, Blytheville Jim Pace, Pocahontas Dickie Pace, Paragould Linda Pack, Jonesboro Donnie L. Page, Manila Jackie Lynn Palmateer, Pine Bluff Vernon Dewayne Palmer, Jonesboro Livy Para, West Memphis Ezra Columbus Parker, Harrisburg Melvin Dana Parker, West Memphis Mike Parks, Mt. Sterling, III. Ronnie Parnell, Osceola O. E. Patterson Jr., Paragould Susan Patterson, Holly Grove Susan L. Patterson, Memphis, Tenn Darlyne E. Paulsen, Delaplaine Alfredo Payne, Bay Donna Kaye Pearson, Batesville Jan Leigh Pelts, Corning Carolyn Penter, Jonesboro Jana Perkins, Jonesboro Harold Permenter Jr., Luxora George Perrine, Siloam Springs Roy L. Perry, Jonesboro Gary Perryman, Henderson Tera Jeannette Persfull, Jonesboro Freeda Peterson, Ravenden Springs Lester Glenn Pettus, Forrest City Eugene Petty, Greenway Virgil Burford Peyton, Memphis, Tenn. Lynn Phares, West Helena John Vance Phelps, Brookland Linda Phelps, Hayti, Mo. Guyla Faye Phillips, Flippm Jimmy Phillips, Trumann Eddie C. Phipps, Little Rock Chris Piazza, Little Rock Austin Ray Pierce, Valley View Mary Pierce, Jonesboro Ronnie Russel Pierce, Jonesboro Rose Pierce, Mammoth Spring Charles Piffard Jr., Babylon, N Y. Becky Pilkington, Camden Gary Pinkston, Batesville Phyllis Piper, North Little Rock Wally Pittman, Prescott Melvin Burl Poe, Rector Suzanne Poff, Trumann Anna Lee Pogue, Hardy Bruce Poleet, Jonesboro Helen Wood Polk, Helena Norvin Porter, Dexter, Mo. William L. Potter, Jacksonville Marshall L. Potts Jr., Greenway 313 Clara Powell, Cotton Plant Marcia Powell, Rector Terry Powell, Paragould Allen Powers, Paragould Jim Prater, Parkin Donald R. Pratt, Trumann Allen Prescott, Jonesboro Buford Ray Presley, Trumann Donald Presley, Trumann Susie Prine, Holly Grove Wendel Province, Jonesboro Jerry Pruett, Batesville Mary Alice Pruett, Jonesboro David Pyron, Cardwell, Mo. Kenneth Quackenbush, Blytheville Rita Dianne Quails, Trumann Ronnie Quails, Monette Terry Lee Quails, Black Oak Norman Quarles, Burdette Marshall R. Quinn, Paragould Michael T. Raley, Paragould Douglas Ramsey, Benton Floyd Ramsey Jr., Nettleton Carol Rand, Paragould Larry David Rasberry, Marmaduke William A. Rasch, Bradford Irran Troy Ratliff, Nettleton Brenda Kay Ray, Portageville, Mo. Linda Kay Ray, Jonesboro Roberta Ruth Ray, Leachville Annabelle Reagan, Jonesboro David E Redd, Jonesboro Terry Lee Reece, Jonesboro Carol M. Reed, Gatewood, Mo. Gary Reed, Osceola Theodore M. Reeder, West Memphis Pol I i Reese, Trumann Carmen Faye Reeves, Jonesboro Donna Reichen, Pine Bluff Gene W. Reid, Leachville Bonnie Relyea, Almyra Bette Ruth Render, Nettleton Lamar Renfro, Blytheville Theodore Glenn Reves, Judsonia Joyce Reynolds, McCrory Robin William Reynolds, Osceola Benny Rhoads, Blytheville Darrel Rhoads, Trumann Judy Rhodes, North Little Rock Ronnie Rhodes, Corning Gary Rice, Mommoth Spring Mary Anita Rice, Little Rock Andrew H. Richardson, Pocahontas Dale Richardson, Hardy James Richardson Jr., Osceola Sharon Richardson, Corning Shirley Janette Richardson, Earle Bobby Rickus, Farmington, Mo. Janice Lynn Riggs, Yellville Linda Riggs, Tulsa, Okla. Edwin Howard Riley, New Madrid, Mo. Bill Risby, Ellsinore, AAo. Doniel Gene Ritchey, Blytheville Jackie Rives, Trumann Tommy Robert, Walnut Ridge Anne Robertson, Portageville, Mo. Dennis Robertson, Gideon, Mo. Elmer Robertson, Batesville Linda L. Robertson, Jonesboro Tom Robertson, Crystal City, Mo. we Koye Robinson, Poragould Robin Robinson, Jonesboro Vicki Robinson, Clarkton, Mo. Ron Robson, West Memphis Sherry Robson, West Memphis Regino Ka Rodery, Greenway Claudia Lynette Rodgers, Pine Bluff Danny Ray Rodgers, Rector Gary Rodgers, Paragould Ranny Rodgers, Jonesboro Sue Ann Rodgers, Rector Jodine Roe, Senath, Mo. Curtis A. Rogers, Swifton Dennis Orion Rogers, Wynne Karen Ann Rogers, Ash Flat Margaret Rogers, Pocahontas Ronald Rogers, Mammoth Spring Ben Rohrscheib, West Helena Larry Edward Rose, Walnut Ridge Tommy Franklin Rose, Cave City Bill Ross, Paragould Mary Kay Ross, Jonesboro Robert Gene Ross, West Helena Jan Rounsaville, Blytheville Joe Rouse, Hornersville, Mo. Larry Rouse, Senath, Mo. Brenda Routon, Manila N. W. Rowe, Wilson FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Gene A. Rowland, Dexter, Mo. Kenneth Rowland, West Memphis Michael Rowland, Little Rock Barbara Gayle Rowsey, Wilson Lyndia Rowton, Mananna John Russell, Marion Larry Russell, Corning Thomas R. Russell, Hayti, Mo. Thomas S. Russell, Brookland Venice Russell, Stuttgart Claud Ell Rutherford Jr., Mabelvale Ralph Dean Ryan, Marked Tree Bill Sandage, Scott Mike Sandage, Wardell, Mo. Don F. Sanders, Paragould Frankie Ann Sanders, Paragould James L. Sanders, Benton Janet Sanders, Viola Kenneth Sanders, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Lynda Sanders, Paragould Malinda Sanders, Salem David Sanderson, Jonesboro Arnold E. Sanford, Bradford Mary Satterwhite, Paragould Joyce Sauer, Cherokee Village Mary Sawyers, Wi I li ford Jimmy Ray Sawyer, Fair Oaks Diane Sayre, Caruthersville, Mo. Paula Scalogna, Brooklyn, N.Y. Jerry Scarborough, Jonesboro Mary E. Scarborough, Jonesboro Archie R. Schaffer III, Charleston Gary D. Schisler, Jonesboro Charnelsa Schisler, Memphis, Tenn. Linda Kay Schwab, Poplar Bluff, Mo. 315 Charles Scott, Bono David J. Scott, West Memphis Douglas L Scott, Malvern Gary Scott, Newport Sharon Self, Swifton Sandra Kay Senning, Stuttgart Rose Marie Senteney, Weiner Sharon Settlemire, Jonesboro David W. Sewell, Little Rock William Sexton, Hoxie Susie Marie Seymore, Blytheville Jimmy Shackelford, Forrest City Jerry Lynn Sharpe, Overland, Mo Stephen Sharp, Ash Flat David Ray Shaver, Corning Bobby Joe Shaw, Nettleton Avis Shearer, Jacksonville Darrell W. Shelton, Marmaduke Gary Shelton, Batesville James Shelton, Marmaduke Tommy Shelton, Blytheville Linda Shempert, Earle Roy Maddox Shepherd, Harrisburg Phillip R. Shewmaker Jr., Viola John M. Shipman Jr., West Memphis Linda D. Shipman, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Thomas Shoemake, Osceola Janet Elaine Shoemate, Blytheville FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Charles Gary Shores, Trumann Noal Steven Short, Blytheville Craig Show, Helena Doyle Shrable, Viola Sharon Shumaker, Osceola Kathy Shurlds, Cherokee Village Ray Simmons, Trumann Samuel E. Simmons, Proctor Carol Simon, West Helena Anne Simpson, Pocahontas Harold Ray Simpson, Brookland Bill Sims, Jonesboro Saundra Lee Sims, Kennett, Mo. William Samuel Singleton, Burdette Connie Sipes, Cardwell, Mo. Richard P. Sisk, Parkin Jacob M. Sitzes III, Sikeston, Mo. Myra Skidmore, Greenwoy Herbert L. Skiles, Blytheville States V. Skipper, Leachville Tony Ray Skogen, Evansville, Ind. Carol Slayden, Desha Joe Slayden, Little Rock Preston Slayden, Little Rock Richard N. Slayton, Leachville Howard Layne Slinkard, Trumann Gurada Slusher, Poplar Bluff Mo. Barbara Smith, Lonoke Byron Smith, Van Buren C. W. Smith, Paragould Connie Smith, Des Moines, Iowa Dennis Ray Smith, Dixie Edna Jane Smith, Brookland Elton D. Smith, Lake City Everett Smith, Manila Frank Smith, Tyronza Gary Smith, Trumann Hal Smith, Brinkley Jack Smith, Stuttgart James Grady Smith, West Memphis James Howard Smith, Boydell Jerry D. Smith, Stuttgart Joseph E. Smith, Peach Orchard Judy Carol Smith, Senath, Mo. Kathy Smith, Paragould Leonard Smith, Beaver Falls, Pa. Lynda Frances Smith, Jonesboro Lynn Smith, Gould Mark A. Smith, Blytheville Mary Ann Smith, Ward Peggy L. Smith, Augusta Randolph Allen Smith, Stuttgart Randy Marshall Smith, Black Rock Rebecca Smith, Jonesboro Ricky Lynn Smith, Blytheville Sandi Smith, Jonesboro Terry Lee Smith, Puxico, Mo. Thomas Wayne Smith, Carlisle Trisha Rae Smith, Weiner Sharon Kae Smithee, Calamine Mary Ellen Sneed, Peach Orchard Jack Snelgrove, Batesville Susan Snodgrass, Pocahontas Lloyd Dale Snow, Lake City Danny Somers, Blytheville Larry Michael Southard, Trumann Glen Spears, Gideon, Mo. Bobby W. Speck, Freshman ' s Bayou Ronald Edward Spicer, Batesville Jack Stafford, Paragould Becky Stahl, Rector Wes Stallcup, Rector Peggy Stanfill, Paragould Natalie Ann Stanford, Portageville Deanna Stanley, Wardell Frank Stanley, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Suzanne Stark, Walnut Ridge Michael Stecks, Scott Barbara Steele, Monette Jimmy Steele, Jonesboro Paul Stemac, Blytheville Sheila D. Stephens, Desha Judy Carlo Stevens, Judsonia Hal Stewart, Trumann Judy Stewart, Walnut Ridge Tony Stewart, Monette Gary Lee Stickler, Jonesboro James A. Stogsdill, Imboden Carolyn Stone, Bay James L. Stone, Jonesboro Sharon Lavice Stone, Jonesboro Frank L. Stoner, Stuttgart Barry Storey, Mountain View Paul Stotts, Trumann Martha Jane Stovall, Imboden Kenneth Stracener, Searcy James R. Strait, Trumann Lynn E. Strait, Trumann Donna Strickland Searcy Sandra Stricklin, Nettleton Sue Lane Stringer, Jonesboro Thelma Stringer, Jonesboro Jerry Lee Stroud, Lonoke Donna Stuart, Blytheville Paul Walker Sturm, Hayti, Mo. 317 ■ Jim Sullivan, Walcott Carlos Summers, North Little Rock Judy Summers, Jonesboro Roy Reed Summers, Cash Roy L. Sunderland, Millington, Tenn. Jimmy Sutton, Blytheville Linda Carman Sutton, Blytheville Frank W. Swanson, McCrory Freddy Lee Sweatt, Newport Russell Sweat, Blytheville Jimmy G. Swinney, Pocahontas Cletus Tacker Jr., Tyronza Danny Keith Talkington, Dexter, Mo. Marcia Talley, Jonesboro Billy Royce Tarpley, Cotton Plant Gary Ray Tarpley, Oil Trough Ronald M. Tate, Jonesboro Bill Taylor, West Memphis Brenda Taylor, Lake City Carolyn Sue Taylor, Batesville Cathy Taylor, Caruthersvi I le, Mo. Dale Rondel Taylor, Jonesboro Larry Gene Taylor, Neelyville, Mo. Linda Taylor, Lake City Martha Taylor, Piggott Michael D. Taylor, Leachville Phil L. Taylor, Alicia Robert A. Taylor, Brookland Thomas F. Taylor Jr., Gobler, Mo. Michael Teague, Forrest City Sharon Teague, Earle Bobby Terry, Earle David Terry, Trumann Don N. Terrell, Trumann Butch Thacker, Harrisburg Freeda Winona Thiel, Paragould Frank Thielemier, Pocahontas Becky Thomas, Paragould Ken Thomas, Fort Smith Roy Thomas, Batesville Barbara Thompson, Hardy Carl Thompson, Forrest City Dayne L. Thompson, Crawfordsville Eugene Thompson, Forrest City James Thompson, Jonesboro Joseph F. Thompson, West Helena Karen Thompson, Trumann Mike Thompson, Pocahontas Nathan Thompson Jr., West Ridge Richard E. Thompson, Little Rock Roger Charles Thompson, Wynne Ruth Ann Thompson, Hardy Tommy Thompson, Parkin Bill Thompson, North Little Rock Barbara Thomsen, Little Rock David Edwin Thornley, Jonesboro Jim Thresher, Turrel! Sharon Rae Tidwell, Memphis, Tenn Paul Tilley, Fisher James Harold Tillman, Elaine Robert Sharp Tims, Tuckerman Bill Tiner, McCrory Bobbie Jean Tiner, Pine Bluff Richard Larry Tipps, Dermott Johnny Tipton, Little Rock Russell Titmas, Ocean Grove, N.J. Terry L. Tomlinson, Macon, III. Gary O ' Neal Tosh, Jonesboro Roger B. Totten, Dexter, Mo Elizabeth Towles, Manila 318 Monte Townsend, Osceola Jerry Travis, Hayti, Mo. Denny Joe Treodway, Newport Joe Ronald Trotter, Weiner Sondra Tucker, Gray Ridge Joseph W. Turchi, Pine Bluff Dale William Turner, Newport Jerre W. Turner, Wynne Judy Lynne Turner, Corning Linda Lou Turner, Morked Tree Sandy L. Turner, Little Rock Virginia Turner, Para gould Becca Underwood, Jonesboro Dale Underwood, Bloomfield, Mo. William Darrell Ursey, Pine Bluff John Daniel Urton, Jonesboro Lynn Valenteen, Jonesboro Pam Vance, Kennett, Mo. Tarsa Van Cleve, Jonesboro Betty Ann Van Horn, Jonesboro Mary Jane Van Horn, Jonesboro Cynthia Jane Van Meter, Batesville Kaye Marilyn Vaughn, Walnut Ridge Russell Vaughn, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Victor Vaughn Jr., Mammoth Spring Billy Curtiss Veal, Piggott William Richard Vermillion, Monila Steve Vest, Joiner FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Donald Vann Via, Memphis, Tenn. Jim Vick, Paragould Thomas Vigeant, Newburyport, Mass Fred Vollmer, St. Louis, Mo. Larry David Viss, Memphis, Tenn. Herberta Waddell, Nettleton Ronnie Waddill, Newport Christopher VanDoren Wade, Yellville Michael Jack Wagner, Manila Wayne Wagner, Manila Davis H Wagnon, Little Rock Jim Wagster, Rector Terry M. Waits, Paragould Richard Elvin Walden, Jonesboro Roberta Walden, Jonesboro Janie Walker, Keiser Jerry Wall, Forrest City John J. Wall Jr., Pine Bluff Keith Wendell Wallin, Wynne Wayne Wallis, Harrisburg Dave Walls, Corning Sandy Walter, Blytheville Tommy Raymond Walter, Blytheville Jay H. Waltermire, Jonesboro Larry Edward Ward, Little Rock Patricia Ann Ward, Jonesboro Donna Wardlaw, Blytheville Bill Washington, Paragould Kenneth D. Wasson, Harrison Lynda Wasson, North Little Rock Larry Watkins, Nettleton Maurice Watkins, Bono Danny W. Watson, Corning Lanay Watson, Swifton Judy Weaver, Paragould Ik fj£ 319 ■ Barbara Kay Weeks, Widener Linda Fay Weeks, Widener Jon Stephen Weidman, Blytheville George Roger Wellman, Piggott Ann Wells, Walnut Ridge Patti Wells, Thayer, Mo. Peggy Wells, Blytheville Johnny West, Forrest City Karen West, Letona Kenneth R. West, Paragould Paul Edward West, Pine Bluff Constance Westbrook, Paragould Jerry Weston, McCrory Bennie Lewis Wheeler, Moro Danny R. Wheeler, Paragould Donna Wheeler, Leachville Wayne Wheeler, Cardwell, Mo. Janice Marie Wheelis, Paragould Catheryn White, Harrisburg David White, Turrell David C. White, Pine Bluff Gary White, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Linda White, Trumann Linda Joyce White, West Memphis Ron White, Nettleton Ruth White, Jonesboro Linda K. Whitehead, Arbyrd, Mo. Bonnie Kay Whitlock, Blytheville FRESHMEN Class of ' 69 Rebecca Sue Whitlock, Blytheville Donna Whittmgham, Bono Jim Wiethan, Maiden, Mo. Carol A. Wiggins, North Little Rock Bobby Wigginson, Forrest City Fred Wilcox, Beech Grove Carolyn Wiles, Bay Homer E. Wiles Jr., Hardy Mary Lou Wiley, Lilson Cathy Wilhelm, Puxico, Mo. Denny Wilken, Mountain Home Betty Wilkes, Marianna Judy Carolyn Wilkins, Jonesboro Charles Willbanks, Keiser Allen Williams, Jacksonville Anne Loraine Williams, Paragould Bill Williams, Jonesboro John M. Williams, Kennett, Mo. Joyce Williams, Brinkley Linda Williams, Piggott Mildred M. Williams, Jonesboro Biggers Rector Mo. Nadi Williams, Phillip Max Williams, k Rudie Willioms, Campbell, mo. Susie Williams, Trumann Thomas E. Williams, Joiner Wilbur H Williamson, West Memphis Jimmy R. Williford, Forrest City Kayla Sue Willyard, Marmaduke Donald Wilson, Stuttgart Herbert L. Wilson, Jonesboro Janie Wilson, Marianna Sylvia Gail Wilson, Searcy Terry Wilson, Piggott Kobert O Winchester Jr., Pocahontos 320 Pat Wineland, Paragould Robert Winston, Peach Orchard, Mo. Barbara Ray Winters, Harrisburg Montgomery Wong, Holly Grove Rosalind Wong, Elaine Bill Wood, Campbell, Mo. David Hume Wood, Stuttgart Horace Ronnie Wood, Nettleton Jennifer Wood, Parkin Lewis M. Wood, Tyronza Ronald Edward Wood, Snow Lake Harold Glen Woodruff, West Memphis Brenda Woods, West Helena Lewis D. Woods, Earle Ronald Dean Woods, B lythevi lie Cindy Woodyard, B lythevi I le Joseph Edward Wooley, Pine Bluff Keith Woosley, Searcy Don Lee Wooten, Monette Jerry E. Wooten, Dyess Norma Frances Wooten, Nettleton George H. Wright Jr., Hope Kenny Wright, Forrest City Ronnie M. Wright, Holcomb, Mo. Ruth Ann Wright, Little Rock Bob Wunderlich, Monroe City, Mo. Smey Wurtz, Pocahontas Richard Allen Wyatt, Paragould Robert E. Wylie, Sikeston, Mo. Brenda Joyce Wynn, Hughes John Yarbo, Harrisburg Melvin S. Yates, Newark Larry D. Yearger, Batesville Ronald W. Yearger, Perryville, Mo. Kathryn " Suzy " York, Osceola Second Semester Students Don Absher, Holly Pond Norma Jean Adams, Rector Mohammad Alabadi, Iran Aaron William Andrews, Jonesboro Cheril Ann Badger, Mountain Home Donald B. Bain, Parma, Mo. Jeannie Baker, Beebe Tony Ollen Ballard, Walnut Ridge Bobby Barnett, Walnut Ridge Glenda Franks Barnhill, Paragould Donald G. Berry, Brinkley Rutha Vance Bishop, Jonesboro Carolyn Black, Smithville Mary Bennett, Jonesboro Bonnie Kay Bowden, Paragould Ronnie Brooks, Monette Alvie Ray Brown, State College Johnny Pat Bryant Osceola Sandra Burns, Paragould L. Wayne Camp, Clark Ridge Kenneth Cannady, Jonesboro John Capooth, Highland, Ind. Betty Lou Carlton, Beedeville Walter Ervin Catlett, Trumann Pat Clinton, Lynn Barbra Coleman, Sydney, Australia Terry Considine, Chicago, Illinois Johnny K Cook, Oil Trough Mary E Cook, Jonesboro Thomas Gregory Cooper, West Helena Clarice Cox, Paragould Jerry E. Cox, Wynne Mary Jane Crigler, Alton, Mo. E. J. Cunningham, Osceola Neauyer Denton, Jonesboro Karen Leigh Dixon, Jonesboro Patty Dollins, Paragould Sirouss Dopaghi, State College Charles Hannah Edwards, Columbia, Tenn. Steven Douglas Ewart, West Helena Ruth M. Faulkner, Paragould James H. Ferguson, West Memphis Janet Finch, Black Oak Glenda Sue Foster, Heth Robert Glenn Fuller, Brinkley Marion Melissa Garcia, Jonesboro Florence Gatling, Pine Bluff Michael Gaylord, Essex, Mo. Ruthie Gearhart, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Page Gibson, Cash Roger Glaze, Bald Knob Marshall R. Gravette, Trumann David Lee Gregory, Newport Hugh Grimes, Newport Madeline Hale, Jonesboro Leda Henson, Marmaduke Robert E. Harrell, Jr., Wynne Dottie Sue Harris, Ironton, Mo. Gaylon Hafer, Lake City Clark L. Haynes, Brinkley Anita Hays, Jonesboro Larry Heathcott, State College La Veda Hendrix, Jonesboro Winford Hicks, Russell Mary Etta Hill, Osceola Phillip Hill, Trumann Hollon Hilliard, Wynne Marian Hogsett, Jonesboro 322 Beth Holley, Longview, Texas Tom Howard, Shreveport, La. Charles Alf Hudspeth, St Joe Iren? E. Hull, Jonesboro Jerry Leslie Hunt, Netfieton Norman R. Jacobson, Bensenvil Larry M Johnson, Jonesboro Joe V. Jones, Walcott Joyce Ann Klllian, Leachvilk Clifford William King, Atlanta, Ga. Johnnie Ralph Kirk, Helena Tate Lawrence, Jr., Melbourne Sandra Lee Leiting, Forrest City Mary Ann Lynch, Paragould Jo Molloy, Leachville Jasper Mangiore, Blytheville Patty Meddress, Cardwell, Mo. Nancy Jane Medlock, Walnut Ridg Occo Merritt, Jonesboro Sondra Taylor Meyer, Black Oak Wayne Mitchell, Jonesboro Jack E. Moffett, Chicago, III. Max E. Moore, Paragould Sylvia M. Moore, Jonesboro Paula Morrison, Jonesboro Bill D. Mosbey, Fisk, Mo. Jolly Myatt, Cash Phillip D. McFadden, Jonesboro Jerome McGee, Harrisburg Criss McGuire, Nashville, Kan. Gary Mckenney, Piggott James J. Neiswander, Marked Tree Linda Norris, Swifton Sharon Lea Oliver, Paragould Roy E. Pack, Lake City Warren L. Parker, Portageville, Mo. James C. Parks, State College Corolyn Pendleton, Hot Springs David Alan Phelps, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Jerry A. Pillow, Lafe James A. Pinyon, Jr., Blytheville Carolyn Pittman, McCrory Patricia Poole, Ottawa, III. Alan S. Pyle, Success Laura Rainey, Benton Boyce Reynolds, McCrory Linda Roachell, Parkin Donna Robbms, Parkin Judy Rushing, Tyronza Jackie Sellars, Wiseman Hilda Shelton, Jonesboro Glenn Showers, Dallas, Texos Farrell Shultz, Bowling Green, Flo. Gaines Smith, Blytheville Jo Ann Spades, Walnut Ridge Ben J. Spickes, Jr., Little Rock Sidney Spitzer, Little Rock Floyd M. Staggs, Dexter, Mo. Brenda Staggs, Dexter, Mo. Patricia Stilwell, Jonesboro Charles Tankersley, Jonesboro Danny J. Thomas, McCrory Raymond E. Tanner, Cardwell, Mo. Kenneth E. Tullos, Cabot Sammy Vines, Lilbourn, Mo. William L. Waldnp, Mananna Charles Waldnp, State College Lafarrel Wess, Paragould Barbara Williams, Jonesboro Bruce E. Williams, State College Ocie L. Wood, Titus, Ala. Brenda Wooten, Joiner Robert C Xlimex, Helena Allen Yarbro, Poplar Bluff, Mo. John David Young, Parma, Mo. 5 f k C f a is ■ m ttM£ Reng Center Now In Second Year Since the Carl R. Reng Center opened in the fall of 1964, campus life has changed greatly at A-State. The student union has become a center of almost all activities. Behind the scenes, many people work constantly to keep the building in service for its users. DIRECTOR of all affairs is J. Ernest Howell, former Dean of the College at A-State ' s Beebe Branch. BOOKSTORE MANAGER Paul Fulks doubles as assistant director of the Reng Center. RECREATION director Phil Pickle has a familiar face. CAFETERIA FOOD is served under the direction of Mrs. W. W. Nedrow, a veteran of the A-State staff. CLEANUP DUTIES are under the capable direction of Garland Cullens and his staff. HEAD ELECTRICIAN Ralph Stricklin handles the im- mense task of keeping the center ' s huge electrical system in operation. In M emoriam . . . To Mark E. Crow If I had thought thou couldst have died I might not weep for thee; But I forgot, when by thy side, That thou couldst mortal be; It never through my mind has past The time would e ' er be o ' er, And I on thee should look ' my last, And thou should smile no more! — Charles Wolfe Mark Eugene Crow, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crow of Rector and head photographer of the A-State yearbook, died on January 21, 1966, in an automobile accident at the age of 19. A sophomore journalism major, Mark was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and an SGA senator. He was the third member of his family to serve the yearbook, and we shall always be proud of his contributions. Proves Point For Indian Once you could tell an Indian editor by the bags under his eyes. Such is not the case any longer — you ' ve got to look much closer to detect the circles. A new system of meeting deadlines has been put into effect, with the chief result being that the entire staff has had a little more time to sleep. The staff has been organized to perform certain func- tions, and it no longer waits until the last minute to get started. Although those all night work ses- sions were sometimes fun, the mornings brought no joy. EDITOR Roy Ockert and Assistant Editor Dan Stracner look over the ' 65 Indian with Tom Manning, yearbook advisor. COPY EDITOR Kay Lynn Coleman was responsible for handling much of the copy in the ' 66 Indian. DESIGNING PAGES comes natural for Jill Valenteen, Layout Editor. SPORTS EDITOR Victor Dickson ' s work shows up well in the sports section. SORTING pic- tures and alpha- betizing cards was the jcb of Class Editor Brenda Welch. NEW JOB of keeping pic- tures filed was done by Photo Editor Gene Williams. PHOTOGRAPHERS Dorryl Kelly and Marion Meredith grin through a |ungle of hanging negatives. ARTWORK in the ' 66 annual was handled by Deloris Robinson, Art Editor. m V f - COPY WRITERS were (seated) Pat Montgomery, Barbara Pruitt, Silvey Jones (standing) Bette Bateman,, Karen Salley, Dianne Gage and Shari Fisher. SPORTS STAFF consisted of (seated) Harry Moore, Jimmy Wilder, (standing) Bill Casey and Clyde Knight. CLASS SECTION was prepared by (seated) Nancy Kemp, Carolyn Southard, Carolyn Swindle, (standing) Lana Green and Becky Lyttle. LONE AvAALE member of the layout and design staff, Bo McAllister, enjoys his work with (seated) Cathy Crow, Lynda Smith, (standing) Lynn Valenteen, Donna Stephens and Margie Ray. 327 Yours Truly The Editor Now the last page and we ' ll be done. This page is traditionally dedicated to the editor, who usually very tiringly bangs it out at the end of a long year. It has been used by other editors to thank people who did very little, while he slaved away night and day. This is not so with this editor. The yearbook you have just gone through has been a student effort, not singular but plural. Last spring when I took over as editor, I set down three goals — to give more students a definite job to do and thus give myself a chance to be an editor, to end the traditional last minute rush which seemed to me an unnecessary part of the production of this publication and finally to create the finest book ever in Arkansas. We know that we have accomplished the first two, and the third is now a matter of opinion. There were many people who contributed to the mak- ing of this book, too many to mention here. Of course, Dan and Tom Manning were invaluable when it came to adding the artistic touches or deciding key ques- tions. Jill and Kay Lynn, despite their lack of exper- ience, made up for it with industry and eagerness. More than anyone else, the roles they filled helped spread the responsibility a little more and gave Dan and I an opportunity to concentrate on certain aspects of the book. Victor ' s sports section is a tribute to him and his staff — they needed little assistance. Perhaps the most recognition should go to our photographers, Marion and Darryl, who did a marvelous job consider- ing it was their first year on campus, particularly after God chose to take our best away from us. There are many others who did enough that we didn ' t have to work past the midnight hour a single time. This book has been a product of OUR work, and we ' re pretty darn proud of it. It just proves what a little organiza- tion can do. DEADLINE IS NEAR and both strange and familiar faces keep popping up to help meet it. i I - ate. . _


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