Northwestern State University - Potpourri Yearbook (Natchitoches, LA)

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1 n n- : !! ! II t " ®j3 !l 1 ■£ c ; ■ ' " Uj Hi IF ! ii.|mviili| hi | SOUTHWESTERN ENGRAVING COMPANY IViiihiiq lii| GLADNEY ' S.Imc Baton 1 ' r Loui ... w _J|L opimqnt V9lZ ' 6 Mabel Darwin Editor F. L. Scarborough Business Manager jj h Wow - s 7 ¥ ' 1 FOREWORD To acquaint you with the student acti- vities at the State Normal College, the Mother of Public Education in Louisiana, and to recall happy hours and fond mem- ories at the Normal is the purpose of this the 1926 Potpourri. f. 111 J V..,, -• . i (,¥■•., . hX c JLPM TO C. C. Stroud, M. D. n appreciation of his efforts to- ward the advancement of athletics and the upbuilding of better health at the College, and in memory of his friendly attitude and tender smile, tve, the students of Louisiana State Normal College, lovingly dedi- cate this, the 1926 Potpourri. ft ! r i ! ■ w ;j 7 ' W v r 1 iii li! • - ' V r fM ns ti of BOOKS I. ADMINISTRATION II. CLASSES III. VANITY FAIR IV. ORGANIZATIONS V, ATHLETICS 4 V. RJ J ' ■ % ■■■ " " ■ ran ■nHHHq " thud " n 14, -v;- . v ; ¥ t :.% ». ' V r : « : t y LjlVf fiBBf. ' . Jfgm m» ■■ 4 £ 4Mi«r 1 9 ' 31 lIMB DORMITORY FACULTY PRESIDENT V. L. ROY, A. M. IN MEMORIAM WILLIAM HANSSLER Associate Professor of Romance Languages Bern March 19, 1873 Died March 17, 1926 4MB Miss Mary Frances Davis, A.B., B.L.I. Assistant Professor of English and Dramatic Art George Williamson Associate Professor of Biology and Physiology Mrs. O. Ellsworth Proudfit, B.Mus. Assistant Professor of Voice and Solfeggio George C. Proudfit, B. Mus. Director, School of Music and Professor of Violin Miss Mary Elizabeth Trous- dale, B.S. Third Grade Critic Teacher H. Lee Prather, A.B., LL.B. Director of Athletics and Professor of Political Science Miss Elma Werner, B.Mus. Assistant Professor of Piano-forte Alvin Good, A.B., A.M. Professor of Social Sciences Miss Annie Laurie Pujos, A. B. Assistant Professor of English Augustus Carlyle Maddox, A.M. Professor of Mathematics L. J. Alleman, A.B. Professor of Education Miss Helene Sliffe, A.B., Ph.B. First Grade Critic Teacher Miss Bess L. Henderson, B.S. Instructor in Home Economics Albert George Alexander, AM. Professor of English J. H. SUDBURRY, A.M. Associate Professor of Education and Psychology Miss Miriam Nelkin Third Grade Supervisor Miss Dean Varnado, B.S., A.M. Professor of History Frances Gary Fournet, B.S., M.S. Professor of Physics Robert W. Winstead, A.B. Associate Professor of Latin Miss Martha Feltus, A.B., AM. Professor of History Miss Georgene Hughes, B.S., A.M. Professor of Psychology and Education Paul Weiss, Ph.B., A M. Associate Professor of History John Edward Guardia, B.S. Associate Professor of Geography Miss Ora Allen Instructor in Art Miss Mamie Etheridge, M.A. Third Grade Critic Teacher S. M. Byrd, A.B. Associate Professor of English R. L. Ropp, B.S. Assistant Professor of English Miss Kather ine Price. B.Mus. Instructor in Music Miss Blanche Toy, A.B. Instructor in Music Ira Francis Heald, A.M. Professor of Education P. W. Gregory, M.S. Associate Professor of Biology Miss Dorothy Bent, B.Mus. Instructor in Piano Miss Bertha Violet Haupt, A.B. Second Grade Critic Teacher Charles C. Stroud, A.B., M.D. Professor of Physical Education G. W. McGinty, A.B., A.M. Assistant, Division of Extension Miss Hope Haupt Assistant Professor of Art Miss Jane V. Rice, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Household Arts Luis Dobles, A.B. Instructor in Spanish J. O. Pettiss, A.B. Director of Extension Miss Debbie Pinkston, Instructor in Penmanship Charles A. Wagner. A.B., A.M. Principal and Director of Student Teaching Mrs. Irene C. Wagner, A.B. Instructor in English Horace D wight Martin, A.B. A.M. Professor of English and Speech Miss Evelyn Byrd, A.B. Instructor in Library Science Jesse Charles Hazzard, Ph. D. Professor of English Miss L. Lucille Morse. A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History DeWitt Talmage Tarlton, A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Social Sciences Miss Leora Blair, A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Mathematics James F. Ellis, A.M. Associate Professor of History Miss Germaine Portre, A.B. Assistant Professor of French Lucius Oliver McAfee, A.M. Professor of Education and Psychology Miss Anna Ruth Nuttall, A.B. Instructor in English and Penmanship William White Tison, A.M. Professor of Chemistry Miss Jennie Milton, B.S. Supervising Critic of Kindergarten Department Fred W. Sparks, A.M., M.S. Associate Professor of Mathematics Miss Melba Bouanchaud, A.B. Instructor in Physical Education John S. Kyser, A.B. Assistant Professor of Geography Mrs. Thelma Zelenka Kyser, A.B. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Albert A. Fredericks, B.S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture Miss Nellie Senska, B.A., M.A. Fifth Grade Critic Teacher C. G. KlLLEN, A.B. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Miss Minnie Lee Odom, B.S. Instructor in Home Economics W. S. Mitchell, A.B. Registrar Gertrude Yeakey, A.B. Sixth Grade Critic Teacher A. L. Ducournau, A.B. Instructor of Chemistry Mrs. Ethel L. Hereford Dean of Women Rupert H. Cook Purchasing Agent Mrs. Hattie B. Hays Matron of Men ' s Dormitory S. J. Sibley T reasurer Mrs. William Hanssler Stewardess J. H. Caspari Manager Book Store G. T. Crosby Laundry Manager Miss Florence Toy, A.B. Instructor in Music Miss Eula Phillips, B.S. Seventh Grade Critic Teacher Miss Ola Mizell Secretary to the President Miss Zula Kemp Assistant Registrar Mrs. A. A. Fredericks Secretary, Extension Division Mrs. Earl Morris Secretary to the Registrar Mrs. R. W. Boydston Postmistress Miss Georgie Rabelais Secretary Purchasing Agent ' ■■- ?-. w- " Edward J. Brown, B.S. Principal, High School Miss Lela Tomilson Teacher and Supervisor, Home Econom- ics, High School Sidney J. Durand, A.B. Teacher and Supervisor, French and Science, High School W. E. Farber, B.S. Teacher and Supervisor, Mathematics, High School Miss Blanche Trezevant, A.B. Teacher and Supervisor, English, High School Miss Anna Sampson, Ph.B. Teacher and Supervisor, English, High School Mrs. Pearl H. Bell, R.N. Graduate Nurse J. Q. Bridges Night Policeman u 1 1 I |fi|._ ■ y :i.„ik...i- i n t o ?; Senior Class 1926 Colors: Cherry and Silver Class Flower: Sweet Pea OFFICERS: Charles Elkins President Eleanor Bull Vice-President Doris De Witt Secretary ONWARD We are all journeying on along the Highway of Life. The Senior Class of 1926 is composed of a group of travelers who have wandered into the main road from countless lanes and by-ways. History is a record of past events, and the history of the Seniors is most creditable. They form the largest group of travelers that ever traveled the road of College Experiences at Normal into the broad ex- panse of the Highway of Life. The Seniors have encountered many difficulties. The road was so uneven and rugged that we have often felt that the Car of Knowledge would not follow the Path of Expression of our thoughts. However, we did triumph and finally reached the Cottage of Success. Another Ambition greeted us and presented each one of us with a flower from her Diploma tree, a tree whose fruit is highly coveted. We are not pausing at the humble threshold of Mother Success. She has a host of relatives, and each one of the Seniors of 1926 is anxious to meet many of the Success family. Our investments are varied; our occupations will be diverse; but we shall always hold as one of our cherished memories the recollection of having met Mother Success when we were all united in the bonds of friendship, love, and Normal spirit. Elize A. Alleman, Napoleonville LATIN - ENGLISH Latin Club Pres., ' 22; Dramatic Club, ' 24; S.A.K. ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Pres. S.A.K., ' 24; S.A.K. Orator and De- bater, ' 24, ' 25; S.A.K. Parliamentary Law, ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; N. B. C; Sec. Student Body, ' 24; Mattie O ' Dan- iel Medal, ' 24; Woman ' s Forensic, ' 25, ' 26; Intercollegiate Debate against Centenary and Oklahoma, ' 26; Cur- rent Sauce Staff, ' 25, ' 26; Student Council, ' 25, ' 26; Delta Sigma Epilson. " Elise will be missed at Normal; for she has, in her four years on the Hill, taken a leading part in all activities. " Annie Ruth Allen, Natchitoches ENGLISH - LATIN M.C.C.; Latin Club. " A potent, grave and reverend Senior. " HoRTENSE ALLEN . Natchitoches MUSIC - ART M.C.C. " Everyone loves this little black-haired, curley-headed maid. " Myrtle Aymond Alexandria ENGLISH - HISTORY E.L.S.; English Club; Y.W.C.A.; Del- ta Sigma Epilson Pres., ' 25, ' 26; Pres. E.L.S., ' 22, Editor, ' 22; Pres. Y.W.C.A., ' 22, ' 23; Blue Ridge, ' 23, ' 25; Del. to Columbus, ' 24; Finance Chairman, ' 24; Undergraduate Rep., ' 24, ' 25; Jr. Class Pres., ' 24; Honor Council, ' 22, ' 23; Pres. Student Gov ' t Cab., ' 24, ' 25; Committee of Thirteen, ' 24, ' 25; Cur- rent Sauce Staff, ' 22, ' 23; Student Body Sec ' t, ' 25, ' 26; Legislative As- sembly, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26. " Myrtle— she is the type of girl that ma es life worth-while. She is our ideal ---the essence of sweet and charming womanhood. " K. Cornelia Baker, Natchitoches MATHEMATICS - BIOLOGY E.L.S.; Pres. E. L. S., Fall, ' 24. " Let life take its course. I ' m taking life as it comes---for better or for worse. " CAMILLE BETHARD . Harrisonburg ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE A. of P.; E.L.S. " Meelj; in appearance but the essence of mischief. " George Bleakley . . Lutcher MATHEMATICS - FRENCH A. of P.; Football, ' 24, ' 25; Basketball, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Baseball, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; French Circle Pres., ' 24; Normal " N " Club; Sigma Delta Tau. " ' Sid ' is more than an ordinary ' Normal hoy. ' He has tried every part of college life and succeeded. As long as we re- member Normal, we ' ll thinly of ' Sid, ' who never lost faith in Demon battles. He is a true Demon hero. " Mrs. Wood Breazeale, Natchitoches HISTORY - ENGLISH " Whatever she things she dares to do. " Eleanor Bull . Lake Providence GRAMMAR E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A; Legislative Assem- bly; Vice-Pres. Senior Class, Fall, ' 25. " Eleanor was weighed in the balance and not found wanting, for she is worth her Weight in gold. She is faithful to lessons, loyal to Normal, and true to her friends. " Mrs. George W. Brown, Summerfield HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C. " Cares of the home and school do not weigh too heavily upon her shoulders, for she has a cheerful smile for all. " Daisy Carlock Oakdale MUSIC M.C.C.; English Club; Sec. Choral Club, ' 24, ' 25; Glee Club, ' 24, ' 25; Girls ' Quartet; Mixed Quartet. " Music hath its charms, but so hath Daisy when she sings for us. " Isabel Contois . Alexandria HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; English Club; Life Saving Corps; Y.W.C.A.; S.N.C. Branch Red Cross; Treas. Senior Class. " Oh! to swim all day and dance all night. That is ' Izzy ' s idea of living. " Mrs. Pearl Bryant Corken, Natchitoches HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; Contemporary Life Club. " She forsook home and loved ones for a higher education. " Gertrude Creaghan, Hope Villa MATHEMATICS - ENGLISH Science Club; A. of P.; Math. Club; Life Saving Corps; Pres. Math. Club, ' 25; Sec ' y. Life Saving Corps, ' 25; Sec ' y. S.N.C. Branch Red Cross; Life Saving Examiner; Vice-Pres. W.A.A., ' 25- ' 26. " When Gertrude is your friend, there is nothing too good that she can do for you. " Mary Cunningham, Natchitoches ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE S.A.K.; S.A.K. Basketball; Dramatic Club; A.R.C. Life Saving Corps; First Mate of Life Guards; Life Saving Ex- aminer; A. of P.; Pres. of Junior Class, ' 24; Cheer Leader, ' 25, ' 26; Pres. of W.A.A., ' 25, ' 26. " Mary is a common name, but our Mary is not a common girl. She is a perfect individuality. " Mabel Darwin . . Shreveport AGRICULTURE Rural Life Club, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; R.L.C. Play, ' 25; Editor of R.L.C., ' 23, ' 24, ' 25; Normal Press Club, ' 25; W.A.A., ' 25, ' 26; Y.W.C.A.; Potpourri Art Editor, ' 25, ' 26; Current Sauce Staff, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Editor of Potpourri, ' 26; Potpourri Staff, ' 25. " Not only as Potpourri Editor, but as a friend, Mabel has proved to us that she has a ' heart to conceive, an understand- ing to direct, and a hand to execute. ' " Doris De Witt . . . Stonewall ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE S.A.K.; Dramatic Club, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26 Vice-Pres. Dramatic Club, ' 26; W.A.A. Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club, ' 25 Potpourri Staff, ' 25, ' 26; A.R.C. Life Saving Corps; Potpourri Editor for A. R. C. " Because she has been capable enough to manage the library, charming enough to capture our hearts, and clever enough to be a ' Dramatic Club Star, ' we regret that Doris is a Senior, because she must leave us all loo soon. Elizabeth Drake . St. Joseph ENGLISH - LATIN S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. ; English Club; Sec. Eng. Club W., ' 25; Honor Council, ' 24; Chairman Honor Council, ' 25. " And still they looked, and still the wonder grew. That one small head could carry all she knew. " Charles C. Elkins . Manifest MATHEMATICS - PHYSICS M.C.C., ' 20. ' 22; Pres. M.C.C., ' 22; M.C.C. Parliamentary Law, ' 22; Math. Science Club, ' 21; Fire Brigade, ' 21; Varsity Track, ' 22; Y.M.C.A.; Y.M.C.A. State Del., ' 25; Glee Club, ' 22; Choral Society, ' 22; Committee of Thirteen; Pres. of Press Club, ' 25, ' 26; Sigma Delta Tau. " An excellent student, and a friend to all. " Marie Genre .... Lutcher MATHEMATICS - SCIENCE E.L.S. Of P. French Circle; Math. Club; A. ' Oh! what a happy world is ours— were it not for work! ! ! " Yvonne Guillotte . Rosedale ENGLISH - FRENCH C.L.C.; French Circle; English Club; Eng. Club Sec ' y, ' 24; A. of P.; A. of P. Treasurer, ' 24, ' 25. " The world wags on in the ' little ' woman ' s way. " Joanna Gunning . Shreveport INTERMEDIATE Dramatic Club; S.A.K.; Treas. S.A.K., ' 23; Dramatic Club Orchestra, ' 24, 25; Y.W.CA. " Jo is the don ' t care, happy- go-lucl(y type. She is miserable only when out of mischief. " Kinney R. Hanchey . Dry Creek MATHEMATICS - SCIENCE M.C.C.; Pres. M.C.C. ' 25; Y.M.CA. Cabinet; Honor Council ; Basketball. " An athlete, a business man, a student, a clear thinner, an optimist, a man of in- tegrity, frankness, good nature, common sense-— you are a combination of all these, Hanchey. " John D. Hand . . . Coushatta ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE E.L.S.; Y.M.CA. ; E.L.S. Quartet, ' 15, ' 16; Parliamentary Law, ' 16, ' 23; School Quartet, ' 16, ' 17; Football, ' 15, ' 16; Cap ' t. Football, ' 16; Pres. Student Body, ' 23. " Witty, original, friendly, musical, and always ready to lend a helping hand. Russell F. Haney, Plymouth, 111. ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE E.L.S. " Man is master of his fate. " Verna Jenkins .... Elton MATHEMATICS - SCIENCE Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S.; E.L.S. Treas., Spring, ' 23; Math. Club. " am sure that exertion wouldn ' t agree with a quiet, studious girl iVfe me. " LYNN JONES . . . Natchitoches MUSIC - ART S.A.K.; Choral Club, ' 24, ' 26. " She is pretty to walk " o ith, And witty to talk with, And pleasant, too, to think on. " Marie Theresa Le Blanc, Pairicourtville ENGLISH - FRENCH French Circle; Pres. of French Circle, ' 25; Advisor, Fall ' 25; Sect, of A. of P., ' 24, ' 25; Pres. of A. of P., ' 25, ' 26; Delegate to Philadelphia, ' 26. " Marie Theresa is a hard worker; she has put the Newman Club on the map at Normal. Here ' s wishing her success in the future. " A. G. LEE . . . Cotton Valley AGRICULTURE Y.M.C.A.; Rural Life Club; R.L.C. Critic Winter, ' 25, ' 26; Pres. Spr. ' 26; M.C.C., ' 23; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; Men ' s Honor Council; Sigma Delta Tau. " Quiet and reserved, yet able to respond when called upon. " A. D. LUCIUS . Wightman, Tex. CHEMISTRY - PHYSICS E.L.S. ; E.L.S. Parliamentary Law, ' 21, ' 22, ' 24, ' 25; Y.M.C.A.; Y.M.C.A. Cab., ' 21, ' 22, ' 24, ' 25; Men ' s Honor Council, ' 25; Capt. Fire Brigade, ' 25; Sigma Delta Tau. " Studious and congenial, but a bit too shy for us to fynow him well. " Rena Massony . . Waterproof HOME ECONOMICS A. of P.; A. of P. Cab., ' 25, ' 26; S.A.K.; Normal Press Club. " In maiden meditation fancy free. " Pauline Matthews . . Urania HOME ECONOMICS C.L.C.; Basketball, 24; Critic, ' 24; Pres. Fall ' 24; Parliamentary Law, ' 24; Y. W. C. A.; Life Saving Corps; Dramatic Club. " The only bool( that woman longs to write in is man ' s heart. " Josephine Mayfield . Shreveport HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; Delta Sigma Epsilon. " Woman is a miracle of divine contradictions. " Frances McClung, Natchitoches MUSIC - ENGLISH S.A.K. ; Current Sauce Staff, Spring, ' 24; Vice-Pres. Class, Fall ' 23; Choral Club; Pres. Senior Class, ' 25- ' 26. " A Tvoman is always fickle and changeable. B. B. Mendoza . . Jeanerette AGRICULTURE French Circle; Varsity Football, ' 24- ' 26; Baseball, ' 24- ' 25; Cheer Leader, ' 26; Sec ' y. French Circle; Sigma Delta Tau. " The three things most difficult to do are ---to keep a secret, to forget an injury, and to maf{e good use of leisure; Bennie has done all of these. As a cheer leader, football star, and friend we will never forget B. B. " Emily Miller . . Natchitoches ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE S.A.K. " Her loveliness I never f nerv Until she smiled on me " VlRGIE O ' NEIL . . Thibodaux PRIMARY C.L.C.; C.L.C. Editor, Fall ' 25; A. of P. Cabinet, ' 24. " Women in mischief are Tviser than men. " Hazel Page . Robeline ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. " Heart on her lips, and soul within her eyes. Soft as her chime and sunny as the sl(ies. " Nena Plant .... Doyline MUSIC - ART C.L.C; Chorister, Fall ' 22; Basket- ball, ' 22, ' 23; Parliamentary Law, ' 23 Chairman Parliamentary Law, ' 25 Choral Club; Student Gov ' t Council Normal Press Club; Y.W.C.A. " Stealing her soul with many volvs of faith, . And ne ' er a true one. Harriett Readhimer, Natchitoches ENGLISH - LATIN S.A.K.; Parliamentary Law, ' 25; Latin Club; L.C. Treas. F, ' 23; L.C. Pot- pourri Editor, ' 23, ' 24; Junior Class Editor, ' 24, ' 25; Honor Council, ' 25, ' 26. " There ' s nothing ill can dreell in such a temple. " James Stafford . . Cheneyville AGRICULTURE S.A.K.; Honor Council; Football; Bas- ketball; Baseball. " The radical provides the variety that we demand in life. " Annie Rosalie Stickley, Gueydan HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. " And ' tis remembered that they tall( most ivho have the least to say. " Ida Ruth Stuart . Natchitoches HISTORY - ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A. " Her voice, whate ' er she said, enchanted, Lil?e music to the heart it went; And her dar eyes---hoW eloquent! Asl( what they would, ' twas granted. " Margaret Sutherlin, Grand Cane ENGLISH - LATIN Y.W.C.A.; Latin Club; Pres., Fall ' 24; Delta Sigma Epsilon. " She Was not fair Nor beautiful; these words express her not; But oh, her lool(s had something excellent That wants a name. " Blanche Toy De Ridder MUSIC - ART M.C.C.; English Club; Glee Club, ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; College Orchestra, ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Dramatic Club Or chestra; Pres. Choral, ' 25, ' 26. " Her step is music and her voice is song. " Lucille Reiber Crowley ENGLISH - HISTORY S.A.K.; Treas. Junior Class; Student Leg. Assembly. " She puts her troubles in her heart and sits on the lid and smiles. " Mildred Savoie Crowley MUSIC - FRENCH Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Dramatic Club; Choral Club; S.A.K.; Choister S.A.K. " A coquette is a rose from rvhich every lover plucks a leaf ; the thorns are reserved for her husband. Iva Sibley Robeline SCIENCE Science Club; Mathematics Club. " A maiden never bold, Of spirit so still and quiet that her motion Blushed at her self. " Dora Smith . . . LeCompte ENGLISH - FRENCH Y.W.C.A.; French Circle; S.A.K. " A coquette is one who draws a cheque upon the banf( of affection and then dis- honors it. " Leslie L. Spinks . . Pel ican MUSIC - ENGLISH C.L.C.; Track; Dramatic Club, ' 23, ' 24; Choral Club, ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Col- lege Quartet; Natchitochean ' s Quar- tet; Glee Club, ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Letter Man. " In girls we love what they are; in lads what they promise to be. " Pearl Tullos Pineville HOME ECONOMICS English Club; Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. " Her voice rvas ever soft, Centle and lorv---an excellent thing in a woman. " Louise Valle . .Abbeville ENGLISH - SOCIAL SCIENCE A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; C.L.C.; Vice-Pres. F., ' 24; Pres. Spring, ' 25; Potpourri Staff, ' 26; Current Sauce, ' 25, ' 26; Student Council; Nor- mal Press Club; Class Rep., Spring ' 25. " For making high points Louise has no equal at Normal; she is a hard conscien- tious worker. Normal Hill is justly proud of its Vallee " Ruth Vinyard . . Ponchatoula HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C; Vice-Pres., Spring, ' 23; Capt. M.C.C, ' 23; Dramatic Club; Home Economics Cottage, Fall ' 25 ; Delta Sigma Epsilon; Elected Biggest Heart Breaker, ' 25- ' 26. " Coquette and coy at once her air, Both studied, iho ' both seem neglected; Careless she is rvith care, Affecting to seem unaffected. " M. R. WEAVER . . Natchitoches AGRICULTURE Rural Life Club; Football, ' 22, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25; Basketball, ' 24; " N " Club; Sigma Delta Tau. " Football fame and his smiling counte- nance have made him a favorite ivith us all. " Mrs. Eva Browning White, Milwaukee, Wis. ENGLISH - SCIENCE Chairman, College Branch Red Cross; Pres. Women ' s Life Guards ; A.R.C. " Though lime her bloom is stealing There ' s still beyond his art The wild-flower of feeling The sunbeam of her heart. " Nellie White . Plain Dealing ENGLISH - HISTORY y English CIud. " To be slow in words is woman ' s only virtue. " Beth Williams . . Natchitoches HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Practice Cottage, ' 25. " Her lips are as fluent as her heart is mule. " John Zenter Iota AGRICULTURE E.L.S. " ' Nuff sed—-he is a married man. JUNIOR J Cl unior v iass COLORS: Coral and Silver. FLOWER: Carnation. OFFICERS: C. E. Barham President Dee Wade Vice-President Eugenia Carville Secretary Those Friends of Long Ago KEARNIE KEECAN When you ' re sittin ' in the evenin ' As the quiet shadows fall, An ' the birds in the tree tops Are a-chirpin ' their soft call, An ' the winds a kind a-sighin ' An ' singin ' soft and low— That ' s when you think of friendships, Of those friends of long ago. When you ' re walkin ' in the moonlight ' Neath the moonbeams ' mellow gleam, An ' you listen to the drippin ' An ' the babblin ' of the stream, An ' you wonder as you ' re walkin ' Jus ' wanderin ' long the sho ' If they ever, ever think of you, Those friends of long ago. When you wake up in the mornin ' As the sun comes up from rest, An ' it starts its daily journey From east towards the west, There ' s a question you ' d be askin ' The answer you would like to know Where are those dear ole Normal friends — Those friends of long ago. Lucille Achee . . . Meeker ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P. " Few things are impossible to diligence and sl(ill. " Mary Adger . Belch er MUSIC ART S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. " She would talk; Lord how she talked. " Gertrude Bamberg . Ashland ENGLISH-HISTORY C.L.C. " Over youth we can have but today; We may always find time to grow old. " Chas. E. Barham . . Dubach ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Varsity Football; Baseball; Pres., Class, ' 26; Vice-Pres., Student Association; Sigma Delta Tau. " Maidens ' hearts are always soft, Would that men ' s were truer! " Rosalie Barnes . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. " Beware of her fair hair, for she excels All women in the magic of her locl(s. " Amanda Bass . . . Urania AGRICULTURE C.L.C; Y.W.C.A. " The secret of her happiness is never to allow your energies to stagnate. " . ..■-, — ... |imi |M „, M Ma NOVIADEE BAYNE Wyatt ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. " Ambition has no rest. " lOLA BLANCHARD . Natchitoches PRIMARY S.A.K. " Lock U P ever}) care and worry; Just play hookey from it all. " Marguerite Brooks . Crowley ENGLISH-FRENCH S. A. K. ; Y. W. C. A. ; Treas., S. A. K., Spring, ' 24; Choral Club; Legislative Assembly. " We ' ll say of Charlie, ' the eyes have it. ' " N. M. Caldwell . . . Ansley MATHEMATICS-HISTORY Varsity Football; Y.M.C.A. " He was a man, Who stole the livery of the court of Heaven To serve the devil in. " Eugenia Carville . Plaquemine ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; A. of P.; Sec ' y of class, ' 25; A. of P. Cabinet; Pari. Law, S.A.K., ' 23- ' 24; Normal Press Club; Debating Team, S.A.K. " You know I say just what I think. Nothing more or less, And when I pray, my heart is in my prayer. I cannot say one thing and mean another, If I can ' t pray, I will not make believe. " Mary Ena Dean . . Boyce HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. " For she was jes ' the quiet k ' nd Whose natures never vary, Like streams that keep a summer mind Snow-hid in January. " ELISE P. FOOTE . . . Kaplan MUSIC Y. W. C.A.; S. A. K.; Dramatic Club; Choral Club; Glee Club Orchestra. " Yea, music is the Prophet Art; Among the gifts that Cod hath sent, One of the most magnificent " Lucille Frey Saline INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. " Sometimes from her epes did receive fair speechless messages. " Hilda Fuller . . . Bernice BIOLOGY-MUSIC S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club " The optimist fell ten stories At each rvindow-har He shouted to his friend ' All right so far. ' " Irma Gardner Sarepta MUSIC Latin Club; Y.W.CA. " You could do naught that ivas not pure and loving. " Iris Montgomery . . Bonita GRAMMAR E.L.S. " Don ' t rvorry; lei the world slide. " Hefli in Fred Harkness . . ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A.; Glee Club; Choral Club; Fire Brigade; Normal Press Club. " His hair is an excellent color: It brings out his disposition of sunshine. " Guy Harkness . . . Heflin MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A.; Glee Club; Choral Club ; Lambda Zeta. " A self-made man! Yes, and worships his Creator. " Erle Heflin . . . ENGLISH-HISTORY Hefl in M.C. C; Dramatic Club; Y. M. C. A.; Lambda Zeta. " A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing. " Myrtle Jones . . New Roads ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P. y " Audacity, more audacity, always audacity. Bermuda Meta Keator . . PRIMARY S.A.K. " Smile, and the world smiles with you. " KEARNIE KEEGAN . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Varsity Football; Glee Club; Legislative Assembly; Lambda Zeta; Pres., Class ' 24. " Leave to the nightingale her shady wood A privacy of glorious light is thine; Whence thou dos ' t pour upon the world A flood of harmony. " H. S. KlLLEN . . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Sigma Delta Tau; Football ' 21, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25. " Hub — bashful and shy, but always big, bold, brave and daring. You may de- pend on him, for he is every inch a man. " Ruby Laird . . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. " Diversity, that is my motto. " Josephine Langston Magnolia, Ark. HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. " Be silent and safe; silence will never betray you. " Eva Loe .... Mansfield PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec ' y,E.L.S.,Fair25. " Take her up tenderly. Lift her with care; Fashioned so slenderly. Young and so fair! " A. J. Marcella . . . Campti MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS S.A.K. ; Dramatic Club; Sigma Delta Tau; Varsity Football; Baseball; Col- lege Orchestra; Glee Club; Current Sauce Staff, ' 23; " N " Club; Glee Club Orchestra. " will sing, I will go, and never asl( me why, I was horn a rover and a passer-by. " Eleanor Maxwell, West Monroe HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. " That which ordinary men are fit for, I am qualified in; and the best of me is diligence. " Edna May Hunter, Waterproof ENGLISH-HISTORY Y.W.C.A. " Sweet, dignified and loyal. " Lester Mayfield . Shreveport HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. " Her fragrance proved by every breeze that blows, What need is there of words to praise a rose. " C. D. Miller . . Dry Creek MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE .Yi.CC; Varsity Football; Basketball; Y.M.C.A.; Dramatic Club; Pari. Law, M.C.C. " Poetry may describe a lover, but Cecil is a basket ball star too. " Frank Mosher . . Loranger AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.M.C.A.; Choral Club; Glee Club. " Though losses come and fate is rough. On any road my fortune lies. Cod ' s universe is wide enough, And I have hands and feet and eyes. " Minnie May Murphy, Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. " Woman is something between a flower and an angel. " Philip J. Prevost . Mansura ENGLISH-FOREIGN LANGUAGE C.L.C.; French Circle; A. of P.; Var- sity Football, ' 22- ' 26; Pres., C. L .C, Fall, ' 23. " How much for a lover? Who wants to buy? In a twinkle everybody responded, ' I, ll ' " Dorris Ratcliff Blanchard PRIMARY Y.M.C.A.; S.A.K. " Away! I will not be, today, The only slave of toil and care, Away from desfy and dust! away! I ' ll be as idle as the air. " Lucille Rhorer . . Oberlin ENGLISH-SPANISH S.A.K.; A. of P.; Forensic Fraternity Honor Council; Normal Press Club A. of P. Cabinet; Current Sauce Staff Inter-society Debate, S.A.K. ; Treas., S.A.K., Fall, ' 25. " Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety. " Ruth Richardson . Minden HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. " They might not need me; but they might. " Madeline Rogers . Natchitoches HISTORY-ENGLISH M.C.C. " The ivoman who is resolved to be re- spected can mafye herself so even amidst an army of soldiers. " Nell Rush Alexandria ENGLISH-HISTORY S. A. K. ; Y. W. C. A. ; Current Sauce Staff; S.A.K. Editor; Potpourri Staff, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Normal Press Club; Y.W. C. A. Council. " Nell has one of the sweetest personalities on the Hill; everyone loves her. " Truett L. Scarborough, Natchitoches ENGLISH -HISTORY S.A.K.; Parliamentary Law, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25; Inter-society Debate, ' 24; Dramat- ic Club; Pres., Dramatic Club, ' 24, ' 25; Bus. Mgr., Potpourri, ' 25, ' 26; Sigma Delta Tau; Master of Ceremonies, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Blue Ridge Del.; Current Sauce Staff, ' 25, ' 26; Chairman of Leg- islative Assembly; Debating Team, ' 26; State Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Contest, ' 26; Pres Student Body, ' 25, ' 26; Y.M.C.A. " Truett is a leader in everything that will better student life at the Normal. He is a friend to all. " Katheryn Scott . Winnsboro INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. " To see her is to love her. " Margie Scott . . . Bastrop ENGLISH -HISTORY M.C.C; Dramatic Club, ' 24, ' 25; Vice- Pres., M.C.C, Fall, ' 24; Sec, Dramatic Club; Exchange Ed., Current Sauce, ' 25, ' 26; Honor Council, ' 25, ' 26; Normal Press Club, Sec; Potpourri, ' 25- ' 26; Delta Sigma Epsilon. " Margie ' s sweet disposition and smile pen- etrate one ' s very soul. " ' gf Elizabeth Scougale . Crowley INTERMEDIATE Dramatic Club; Y.W.C.A. " Oh would I lucre free as the wind on the rving ; Love is a terrible thing. " James R. Sharp . Natchitoches AGRICULTURE Rural Life Club " The mind ' s the standard of the men. " Harry Turpin . . Natchitoches HISTORY-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Elected Best Athlete, ' 23, ' 25 ' 26; Varsity Football, ' 23, ' 25, ' 26 Track, ' 25, 26; Baseball, ' 23, ' 25, ' 26 " N " Club. " ' Rags, ' who has captured all our hearts; who has fought bravely on the gridiron; who has Won deservedly; who has faced defeat nobly; who will always be a cher- ished part of sweet memories, and who is just ' Rags ' to us all. " Dee Wade .... Campti HISTORY-ENGLISH Dramatic Club; Pres., Dramatic Club, ' 25; Vice-Pres., Junior Class; Lambda Zeta; Pres., Lambda Zeta, ' 25. " On the stage, he was natural, simple and affecting. " De Carma Welch . Denver, Col. ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Delta Sigma Epsilon " Smile away. FolI(s understand what by a smile is meant, It is Worth a million dollars, and it doesn ' t cost a cent. " AURILLA WlSE . . . Bienville HOME-ECONOMICS " Human improvement is from within, not without. " Elizabeth Womble, Winnsboro ENGLISH-FOREIGN LANGUAGE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. " Rarely, rarely, comest thou, Spirit of delight! " .■• -.-. ' . ' ,. ' p ■ ■■I ■ ■ ■ M Sophohore Louisianians, Fall 1926 MOTTO " Green but Crowing " Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: Chrysanthemum OFFICERS Clarence Doyle President Dorothy Hall Vice-President Lillie Mae Averre Secretary " LOUISIANIANS " Where on earth to find the BRAVES, Busy workers of the yester — days. Ah! In the heart of all LOUISIANIANS. Where on earth to find the FRIENDS, Cheerful as the zealous wrens. Ah! In the heart of all LOUISIANIANS. Where on earth to find the PEP, When all the rest have lost their rep, Ah! In the heart of all LOUISIANIANS. Where on earth to find the LOYAL, When you seek the true and royal, Ah! In the heart of all LOUISIANIANS. IF you would find hearts of GOLD, Hearts that never shall grow old, Search in the hearts of LOUISIANIANS. v LlLLIE Mae AVERRE . Leesville PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Class Sec. Fall ' 25; Life Saving Corps. Effie Barron Shreveport HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S. Editor. Josephine Berthelot . Edgard MATHEMATICS-FRENCH French Circle; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet. Alodi Blank M onroe PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Life Saving Corps. Esther Blankenship . Lecompte MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club ; Potpourri Reporter, Fall, ' 25. Pamella Braud Dutchtown INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; A. of P. Maude Bullock Doyline GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. RUTH BuNTYN . . Union, Miss. ENCLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. •awMiMafcBMMaMMPMlM Leona Burke Merryville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. FRANKYE CHANEY . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Gem Cheves Natchitoches GRAMMAR C.L.C.; C.L.C. Basketball, ' 24, ' 25. Lolita Cook . . . . . v H ICO MUSIC E.L.S. NELDA COUVILLION . Marksville ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. OssiE CRANFORD . . Converse ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Ula Cross . . Monterey AGRICULTURE R.L.C .; Y.W.C.A. W. P. CULBERTSON . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Math.-Science Club. LUGENIA DAVIS . . Winnsboro INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; E.L.S. Basketball; Y.W.C.A. Doris Dawson . .. Haynesville PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Vivian de Launey . Lake Arthur MATHEMATICS-FRENCH M.C.C.; A. of P. Adelina De Witt . Stonewall HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Sgt. of Arms, S.A. K.; W.A.A. Clarence Doyle . . . Jena MATHEMATICS-SPANISH Dramatic Club; Basketball ' 25; Y.M. C.A. ; Class Pres.; Sigma Delta Tau; " Y " Cabinet. Ethel L. DuCote . Shreveport PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN La Cercle Francais; A. of P. Roberta Duffy . Montgomery INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; A. of P.; Chorister E.L.S. RUTH Duffy . . Montgomery INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; A. of P. Sibyl Ducote . . Bordelonville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; A. of P.; Honor Council, Fall, ' 25. Una Ruth Earnest . Homer MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Parliamentary Law ' 24, ' 25 S.A.K.; " Y " Cabinet ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Current Sauce Staff ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Vice-Pres. S.A.K., Fall Term, ' 25; Nor- mal Press Club ' 25, ' 26; Committee of " 13, " ' 25, ' 26; Honor Council ' 25; Sec. Parliamentary Law Class ' 25; Pres. S.A.K. ' 25; Guardian Club. George R. Eastin, St. Martinville ENGLISH-HISTORY French Circle; A. of P.; Varsity Foot- ball ' 24, ' 25; Basketball; Track; Sigma Delta Tau; " N " Club. Sadie Favrot . . Baton Rouge PRIMARY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Edwina Foreman . . Doyline INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Gertrude Grabert . Raceland ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE French Circle; A. of P.; Vice-Pres., A. of P.; Pres., French Circle. Erna Lee Griffin . . Bunkie ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Thelma Grisham, San Antonio, Texas KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K. Mabel Guerre . New Orleans MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K.; A. of P.; Pres. of S.A.K., ' 24; Dramatic Club. Dorothy Hall . .New Iberia LATIN-ENGLISH Latin Club; Y.W.C.A.; Sgt.-at-arms, Latin Club; Pres., Latin Club; Vice- Pres., Class, ' 24. Hazel Hall Campti MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Mathematics Club; Choral Club. Hilda Hinckley Lecompte ENGLISH-HISTORY A. of P.; S.A.K. CHARLES INGALLS . Natchitoches AGRICULTURE Rural Life Club; Pres., Rural Life Club, ' 25. Carrie Lacy .... Castor INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec, M.C.C., ' 25. Doris Lallande New Iberia HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; A. of P.; Vice-pres., Class, ' 24- ' 25; S.A.K.; Potpourri Editor. Elmyra Landry Dutchtown INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; A. of P. ORIE Lay .... Ashland MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Y.M.C.A. H. O. Lestage, Jr. . . Campti ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C. C; Fire Brigade; " N " Club; Track, ' 25, ' 26. Sadie Lipsitz . . . Lecompte ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Critic, S.A.K., ' 24; Class Pot- pourri Editor, Fall, ' 25; S. A. K. Treas- urer. Emma Martin HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C. Winnie Martin jrove Grove HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C. Lillian Mayes . Peli ican INTERMEDIATE E. L. S.; Y. W. C. A.; Treas., E. L. S., Fall, ' 24. Evelyn Miller . . . Atlanta ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Addie Morgan Goldonna ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Mary Morse . Crowville HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Pres., E.L.S. Nettie Byrd Murrell . Colfax HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec, M.C.C., ' 25. Una Parr Houma MATHEMATICS-FRENCH S.A.K.; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet, ' 25- ' 26; Current Sauce Staff, ' 25 ' 26; Pot- pourri Staff, ' 26; Faculty Representa- tive, Fall ' 26; Delegate Newman Club Convention, Winter ' 26. Carlyn Petty . PRIMARY E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Gladys Pope Many Ringgold GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Basketball Rebecca Porche H ouma ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE French Circle; A. of P.; Potpouri Staff 25. Leslie Prudhomme, Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS Dramatic Club Errye A. Pryor . . . Marion ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Basketball 25; Sgt.-at-arms, S.A.K. ; Editor, S.A. K. ' 25; Life Saving Corps; Dramatic Club ' 24; Normal Press Club. Alice Puleston Pineville MUSIC C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. MARY E. QuiNN . . Bienville ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L. S.; Y.W.C.A.; E. L. S. Current Sauce Reporter, Fall ' 25; Bienville Parish Club. Peyton C. Robert . Evergreen ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A.; Football; Basket- ball; Track; " N " Club; Sigma Delta Tau. Staley Rogers . Grand Cane GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. s CALLIE SCOGINS . . Coushatta GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Basketball Vera Mai Sellers . Natchitoches GRAMMAR S.A.K. KATHERINE SMITH . Bossier City SCIENCE S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Critic ' 24; Y.W.C.A. Undergraduate Representa- tive ' 24; Delegate to Blue Ridge ' 24; Pres., Y.W.C.A. ' 25; Honor Council ' 25; Press Club; Pres., Bossier Parish Club. Nina Smith . . . Hortman SCIENCE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. wmmmtm, Jessie Snoddy . Marksville ENCLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P. Alma Temple . . . Simpson ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S. Critic Lois Thigpen .... Mira GRAMMAR E.L.S. Doris Tinsley . . Haynesville PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Vice-Pres., E.L.S. Mary Whipple Bourg PRIMARY French Circle; A. of P. Mrs. Clara Williams, Harrisonburg PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Glory Williams . . Mansfield ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Ada Woods Standard GRAMMAR E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Crusaders, Winter 1926 MOTTO " On first: now score. " Colors: Black and Gold Flower: Black-Eyed Susan OFFICERS: Henry Rickey President Gladys Sharp Vice-President Sue Foreman Secretary " ONWARD " All! Dreaming dreams, scheming schemes, Youths with eager steps advance. Filled with plans to the land. Of the glad tomorrow. And, Not believing, nor perceiving. Of the hard and weary way. All along, filled with thorns, Of drear disappointment. Bui! Struggling on, through the thorns. Staying loyal to their name. ' Till they gain honored fame, In the far tomorrow. BEVERLY ALLDAY . Natchitoches ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE La Cercle Francais Connie O. Allen . . Watson GRAMMAR Rural Life Club Gertrude Bailey .. Bienville AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Re- porter. Mildred Baker . . Greenwood GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club Nobby Barbin . . Marksville ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. A. of P. Daphne Barham Marksvilh ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A..K Clara Mae Bickham, Franklinton GRAMMAR M. C. C. Y.W. C. A.; M. C. C. Current Sauce Reporter; Washington Parish Club; Washington Parish Club Cur- rent Sauce Reporter. Carey H. Blanchard, Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A..K Helen Bogan . . . Castor INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; " Y " Cabinet ' 25; President, Bienville Parish Club ' 25; Sec, Bienville Parish Club, ' 25. Annie Booty Bolivar AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Editor R.L.C. B. J. BORDELON Bordelonville MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE A. Of P. Norma Bordelon . Long ' Bridge ENCLISH-FRENCH S.A.K.; A. of P. Lucy Boudreaux Echo HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C.; A. of P. P. H. Breedlove . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club Anna Mae Brewster . Negreet ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. ; Press Club; Y.W.C.A. LAURA BRITTAIN Alexandria PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. ; z s fcc imyr a= Onie Brown Chesbrough SCIENCE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A; Vice-President, M. C.C., Spring ' 25; " Y " Cabinet ' 25, ' 26; Delegate to Blue Ridge ' 25; M.C.C. Critic, Fall ' 25; Normal Press Club. Fanny Busby Crowville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Lylia Mae Campbell, Marthaville INTERMEDIATE C.L.C. Gladys Carruth . New Roads ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K. Dorris Chambers . Sicily Island INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, E.L.S., ' 24- ' 26. Myrtle Chambers . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Re- porter, E.L.S. Mercedes Champagne, Breaux Bridge ENGLISH-FRENCH French Circle; A. of P.; A. of P. Cab- inet; Current Sauce Reporter, French Circle; Normal Press Club. Lexa Chandler . . Quitman INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Y.W.C.A. Mrs. I. B. Cloessner . Leesville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY Contemporary Life Club Dola Mae Cooley . . Simpson ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Omera Corley Alexandria KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Louise Crump . . . Athens ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Robert Culbertson, Natchitoches SCIENCE Science Club Claudia Derryberry . Bienville ENGLISH-HISTORY E. L. S.; Y.W.C.A.; Bienville Parish Club; Current Sauce Staff; Normal Press Club. Ida deSaussure . . . ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Y.W.C.A. Ella L. Ducote . . ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; A. of P. M orrow Echo Marguerite Dupuis Paulina ENGLISH-HISTORY French Circle; A. of P.; Normal Press Club. Lucille Folse . Bayou Goula INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; A. of P. Sue Forman . . . Stonewall ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, E.L.S., Contemporary Life Club; Sec ' y Con- ' 24- ' 25; Vice-Pres., Y.W.C.A., ' 24- ' 25; Quartet, Declamation, Debate, E.L.S., ' 25- ' 26; Dramatic Club; W.A.A. Henry Garret Campti BIOLOGY-HISTORY M.C.C. Dale Gauthier Bordelonville MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS French Circle; A. of P.; ' Varsity Base- ball, ' 25. Nellie Gill H omer ENGLISH-HISTORY Dramatic Club; Y.W.C.A.; Potpourri Staff, ' 25- ' 26; Choral Club, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25; Dramatic Club Orchestra, ' 24, ' 25 ; Dra- matic Club Quartet, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Y.W. C.A. Council, ' 25; Class Vice-president, ' 25; Normal Press Club; Costume Mis- tress, Dramatic Club, F. ' 24. Nonie Potts Godwin . Monroe INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Member of Life Guard. Doris Grant Eros MUSIC S.A.K.; Basketball, S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club. Jessie Guinn .... Castor INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. ELDRED HAMMETT . Natchitoches MUSIC-MATHEMATICS S.A.K.; Glee Club; Glee Club Quartet; S.A.K. Quartet, ' 24- ' 25. Ala Hankins Coushatta ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club; Y.W.C.A. Frances Harrison Bienvilh ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Chorister, B.L.S.; Normal Press Club; Bienville Parish Club. Marie Hathorn . . Alexandria GRAMMAR M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Clarice Henderson, ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Hazel Hendrix Hope, Ark. ENGLISH-FRENCH S.A.K.; Normal Press Club; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Council Myrth Hines Claries PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. ?«K v Zama Holley . Coushatta INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Pauline Hooper . Paris, Texas ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club; Y.W.C.A. Audrey Houston . . . Reids HOME-ECONOMICS Basketball, M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C.; Vice-Pres., M.C.C., Spring ' 24. TlM HUDSON . . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-HISTORY S.A.K. Louise Hunt Mansfield INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Louise Jackson Pollock CRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Ernestine Jones . Natchitoches ART S.A.K. ; Choral Club. Rose Keator . B ermuda ART S.A.K. W. W. Knight . . Sicily Island MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY E.L.S.; Y.M.C.A.; Baseball. Delta Lanier Aimwell AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Willie Mae Law . Marthaville INTERMEDIATE C.L.C. Hester Lemoine . . Shreveport INTERMEDIATE S.A.K .; Y.W.C.A. Elizabeth Long Winnfield INTERMEDIATE Contemporary Life Club; Sec ' y. Con- temporary Life Club, Fall ' 24. Mary McBRIDE . Natchitoches HOME-ECONOMICS M.C.C. Frankie McGinty . Ringgold GRAMMAR M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Gladys McKenzie . . INTERMEDIATE C.L.C; Y.W.C.A. H omer ROSS A. MAGGIO . Natchitoches MUSIC Dramatic Club; Choral Club; Glee Club, ' 24- ' 26; Normal Band; College Orchestra; Director, Dramatic Club Orchestra. Alice Ray Martin Bunki le ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. ; Y.W.C.A. Council; Normal Press Club; Pres. S.A.K., Win- ter, ' 25. Levie Medus Donaldsonville PRIMARY S.A.K.; A. of P. O. N. Miller Mt. Vermon ACRICULTURE R.L. C.; Y.M.C.A.; Varsity Football; Washington Parish Club Louise Mitchell . . Zwolle ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Undergraduate Rep. Y.W.C.A.; . President, Y.W.C.A., ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Delegate to Blue Ridge, ' 24, ' 25; Secretary E.L.S., Fall ' 25; Com- mittee of Thirteen; President Sabine Parish Club. AlMEE MOREAU . . Bordelonville FRENCH-ENGLISH French Circle; A. of P. FLOYCE OAKES . . Haynesville PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Deutsche O ' Neal . Natchitoches ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; Pres. Class, ' 24; Vice-Pres., Latin Club; Intercollegiate Orator, ' 25; Intersociety Orator, ' 25; Potpour- ri Staff, ' 25- ' 26; Forensic Fraternity; Intersociety Debate, ' 26; Intercollegi- ate Debate, ' 26. Elsie Owen . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. L. J. Parra Cut Off FRENCH-MATHEMATICS French Circle; Varsity Baseball; A. of P.; Fire Brigade. Hattie Parsons . Fl ora ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.CA. Bertie Patterson . . Gueydan KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY C.L.C.; Y.W.CA. Alma Pepper Sik es ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Willard Pepper . . Jonesboro ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C; Y.W.CA.; Normal Press Club. MADELON RACHAL . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Annye Reynolds Id. HOME-ECONOMICS S.A.K. , Audrey Reynolds Magda GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Pari. Law, Fall ' 25; Basketball, M.C.C., Fall ' 25. Gladys Rhodes Pollock GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Henry A. Rickey . Winnsboro ENGLISH-HISTORY S. A. K.; Track; Glee Club; Choral Club; Intersociety Debate, ' 25; Quar- tet, S.A.K., ' 25; Winner, Mattie O ' Dan- iel Medal, ' 25; Pari. Law Class, ' 24- ' 25; Pres., S.A.K., ' 25; Pres., Class, ' 25; Forensic Fraternity; Delegate, Y.P.C. Temple Rogers . . Winnfield GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Staff, ' 25- ' 26; Choral Club; M. C. C. Quartet, ' 24- ' 25; W.A.A.; Vice-Pres., M.C.C. Louise Rogers . . Natchitoches PRIMARY M.C.C. Rosa Jean Rogers . . Mansfield HOME-ECONOMICS M.C.C. Ivory Sandifer Mansfield HOME-ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Nella Segura New Iberia ENGLISH-FOREIGN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; A. of P. .. .-fc-j m W f- l b Clint Simmons . . Pine Prairie AGRICULTURE M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A.; Sigma Delta Tau; Varsity Basketball, ' 25, ' 26. LlLA SlMON . . Fort Necessity PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Ruby Smith Hortman INTERMEDIATE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A Molly Stephens . . Doyline MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Science Club; Life Saving Corps Lola Stevens . . Independence INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.G.A. LoRENE TEDDLIE . . Montgomery ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. L. L. Thompson . Dry Prong MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A.; Y.M.C.A. Council; Blue Ridge Delegate, ' 25; Choral Club, ' 24- ' 26; Normal Press Club; Sigma Delta Tau; Pari. Law Class, ' 24- ' 25. Maude Tillman Magda GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, M.C.C., Fall ' 24. Mary Louise Voorhies New Iberia ENGLISH-HISTORY A. of P. CLEORAWAILES . . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Myrtle Wilkinson Port Neches, Texas GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Life Saving Corps; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Irene Wilson . . Natchitoches KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C. Jewel Womack . . . Castor INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Gladys Woods . . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Evie Wright . . Alexandria PRIMARY M.C.C. Josephine Yancy . . Coushatta MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club; Y.W.C.A. Ch arles Young . . Pelican MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE M.C.C; A. of P. JOHN YOUNG . . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club; Pres., Science Club Rosa Young .... Gonzales ENGLISH-FOREIGN LANGUAGE A. of P.; E.L.S. RUBY ZACHARY . . Natchitoches HOME-ECONOMICS E.L.S. Thinkers, Spring 1926 MOTTO: " Thought is (he nucleus of progress. " Colors: Pansy and Olive Flower: Pansy Helena DeWitt President Birdie Compton Vice-President Josie Dyson Secretary " THINKERS " Since we have felt the thrill of thought. Since we have known its joy — its fear — Oh! How our lives have grown more dear Since we have felt the thrill of thought; Hope is gained — not idly bought Since we have felt the thrill of thought. Since we have felt the thrill of thought With it forever at our side, Oh! How the world has opened wide Since we have felt this thrill of thought. Our hours are jewels that we spend For we have purposes for an end. Since we have felt the thrill of thought, These eyes have looked on boundless sight ; Our inmost brain ' s reborn with light. Oh! School that made my eyes to see; Oh thought that gave my life to me. Charlie Adair D ixie INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. J. S. Adams . . . Natchitoches AGRICULTURE R.L.C. Ruth E. Allen Alco MUSIC-ART E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Mima Babington . Franklinton ENCLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club; Washington Parish Club; Edi- tor, Latin Club, Fall, ' 25. Alma Baker Rosa KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Treas., M.C.C., Fall, ' 25; St. Landry Club. Edith Baker . M orrow MATHEMATICS-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Julia Baker . M orrow KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, S.A.K., Fall, ' 25. Ruth Banister . . Bogalusa INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Winnie Bankston . Sunny Hill ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Emily Beatty . . . Crowley ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A.; Vice-Pres., Lat- in Club, Spring, ' 25; Treas., Latin Club, Fall, ' 25; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Fall, ' 25; W.A.A. Isadore Bell Bask in GRAMMAR E.L.S. Fon Belt West Monroe FOREIGN LANGUAGE Latin Club; Dramatic Club; S.A.K. Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club, ' 25 Current Sauce Staff, ' 25; Potpourri Staff, ' 25; Y.W.C.A. Council. Florence Bertoniere, Bogalusa MUSIC S.A.K. ; Choral Club; Normal Press Club. UDINE BlCKHAM . . Franklinton ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A.; Vice-Pres., Lat- in Club, Fall, ' 25; Normal Press Club; Washington Parish Club. Kathleen Blouin . St. Gabriel ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; A. of P. Ethlyn Bowers . . Tallulah ENGLISH-LATIN S.A.K; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club; Member, Legislative Assembly; Y.W. C.A. Council. Bert Boyd . Natchitoches MUSIC-MATHEMATICS C.L.C. IRMA BRADDOCK . . Mer Rouge INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. Ruth Braud Prairieville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; A. of P. Ethyl Bolciano Bray, Leesville GRAMMAR E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Honor Brodie Hammond HOME-ECONOMICS Science Club; Y.W.C.A. Mable Brown . . Mangham ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C..C Willie Brown . . Mangham ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Mrs. Dorothy Brown Parker, Plaquemine HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Treas., S.A.K. Elma Browning.. . Pride INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.: Y.W.C.A. Faye Bryant . . . . Slagle MUSIC S.A.K .; Y.W.C.A. Mattie Marie Burdick . . Jena MUSIC R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Wilma Burleigh Gibsland KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S. Irma Burley . Ferriday AGRICULTURE R.L.C. Beatrice Burris . . Franklinton ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A; Washington Parish Club; M.C.C. Editor, Fall, ' 25. Emma Burris Franklinton PRIMARY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A.; Washington Parish Club; Y.W.C.A. Council, Fall, ' 25. Lois Byrne Palmetto PRIMARY Y.W.C.A. Addie Campbell Jonesville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Floy Carlton . Fisher MUSIC Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Amelia Carstens . New Iberia ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; A. of P.; Sec ' y, Latin Club. Mar jorie Chaffin . Grand Cane INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Blossom Chapline . Red Gum ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Eugenia Cherry . . Oakdale MUSIC-ENGLISH S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Staff ' 25; Potpourri Staff ' 25, ' 26; Sec ' y S. A.K.; Choral Club; Dramatic Club; Allen Parish Club; Normal Press Club. Golda Clark Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Mabel Clark Lecompte ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Council, ' 25; Vice-Pres., S.A.K.; Student Gov. eminent Council. ■mommmmmMHHh Narcille Coco . . Moreauville INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet. Harriet Coleman H omer ENGLISH-HISTORY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Pres., C.L.C., ' 24; Treas., C.L.C., ' 24, ' 25; Editor, C.L.C., ' 25. Zelma Collins . . Lake Charles ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE French Circle ; Y. W. C. A. ; Normal Press Club; Student Government Council; Y.W.C.A. Council. Birdie Compton . . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; A. of. P.; Life Saving Corps; Normal Press Club; Captain, Life Sav- ing Corps; Sec ' y, W.A.A. ; Vice-Pres., S.A.K. Esther Copeland . . Taylor KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Bienville Parish Club. J. F. CoRKERN . . Osyka, Miss. AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Fire Brigade. Lida Craig Many MUSIC E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Tressie Crawford . Spring Creek PRIMARY R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. n Luda Crump . . . Marthaville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY Contemporary Life Club. Mamie Drew Daniel St. Francisville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Cheer Leader, ' 25, ' 26; Current Sauce Staff, ' 26; Pot- pourri Staff, ' 26. Fidelia Davidson Elton ENGLISH-HISTORY M. C. C; Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic Club; Sec ' y, Dramatic Club; Treas., M.C.C.; Editor, M.C.C.; Potpourri Staff. Dorothy Davis . . Bogalusa KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet. Neva Davis Independence KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C. ; Tangipahoa Parish Club. Emma Lee de la Houssaye, Franklin INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Helena DeWitt . . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Member Legislative Assembly; Sec ' y, S.A.K.; Potpourri Staff, ' 25, ' 26; Editor, Current Sauce, ' 25- ' 26. Lillian Douglass . . Slaughter ENGLISH-NATURAL SCIENCE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Claire Drake ... St. Joseph HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Treas., S.A.K., Fall, ' 25. Landry Ducote Echo MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE R.L.C.; A. of P. BLANCHE E. DuPUY . Alexandria CRAM MAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Mildred Duson Crowley KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choristei S.A.K.; Dramatic Club. BEULAH DYLE . . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Josie Dyson Amite MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE M. C. C; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Staff, ' 25- ' 26; W.A.A.; Student Gov ' t Cabinet; Life Saving Corps; Treas., M.C.C.; Treas., Life Saving Corps, ' 25; Treas., W.A.A., ' 26. Erla Easley Goldonna MUSIC-ENGLISH M.C. C; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Staff, ' 25- ' 26; Sec ' y, M.C.C., Fall, ' 25. Edna Evans Independence PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Lou Ella Farr Gillam INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Verna Lee Field . Natchez, Miss. ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club; Y.W.C.A. ; Sec ' y, Contemporary Life Club. Ruth Elise Fin ley Calhoun INTERMEDIATE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. LILLIAN FLOURNOY . Greenwood INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Rebecca Flynn . . Oak Ridge INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Minnie Fomby Homer ENGLISH-PHYSICAL EDUCATION C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Louise Gannon ' eason INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Lucille Gaudin . . Crowley MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K. ; Mathematics Club; A. of P. THELMA GEOGHAGAN . Florien INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S.; Basketball, E.L.S. Laurence Gilbert, Napoleonville ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P.; Treas., S.A.K., Win- ter, ' 26; Sec ' y, A. of P.; Pres., S.A.K., Fall, ' 25; Student Gov ' t Council. Helen Glasgow Wisner ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Mildred E. Grace . Ptaquemine ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet. Gladys Grant M onroe ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Alice M. Haight Leesville PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Mary Haight . . Ponchatoula KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Mattie Hall Pitkin GRAMMAR C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec ' y C.L.C., ' 25. Mrs. J. D. Hand . . Coushatta INTERMEDIATE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club; Quar- tet, C.L.C., Fall, ' 23. Armide Hanson . Donaldsonville PRIMARY S.A.K.; A. of P. Willie Belle Harpe . . Bonita INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Bessie Head Bunk le MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH Science Club; Y.W.C.A.; Avoyelles Club. Frances Hilborn . . . Boyce ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Alice Hooper . Central INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, S.A.K. Beatrice Houg . . Bogalusa ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Reporter; Latin Club. Eloise Hough Minden ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Viccie Houston Reids GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Lillian Hudson . . Elizabeth HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Sally Hudson Alexandria INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Grey Hughes Lake End MATHEMATICS-MUSIC S. A. K.; Y.W.C.A.; Baptist Student Council, ' 24; Choral Club, 24- ' 25. Teresa Hunt Mansfield HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Isaac Hyde . . . Chesbrough AGRICULTURE M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A.; Track; " N " Club, ' 25; Choral Club, ' 24- ' 26; Glee Club, ' 25; Y.M.C.A. Council, ' 25 ' 26; Vice- Pres., M.C.C., Fall, ' 25. Louie Ingram Marthavilh HOME ECONOMICS C.L.C. Sidney Johns Hefl in MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS Science Club; Y.W.C.A.; Current Sauce Staff, ' 25- ' 26; M.C.C.; Editor. M.C.C., Fall, ' 25; Normal Press Club, ' 24- ' 25; W.A.A.; Potpourri Staff ' 24 ' 26. Dorothy Johnson . . Oakdale PRIMARY M.C.C. Mrs. Lelia Johnson Natchitoches HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C. Virginia Johnson . . Crowville ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Irene James . . . DeRidder INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Mabel Joyner .... Boyce ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Velva Joiner . . • Hammond MATHEMATICS-HISTORY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Josephine June . . Hammond MUSIC-MATHEMATICS M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Sherrill Kilgore . . Rayville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Editor, E.L.S., Fall, ' 25. Elizabeth King H omer HOME ECONOMICS Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S.; Treas., E.L.S. Fall, ' 25. Maude Knight Crowville ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, E.L.S. , ' 24- ' 26. Marie Louise LeBlanc, White Castle INTERMEDIATE A. of P. Pauline M. LeBlanc, St. Gabriel ENGLISH -HISTORY S.A.K., A. of P. G. J. Ledet Lockport ENGLISH-HISTORY French Circle; A. of P.; Glee Club, ' 26; Current Sauce Staff; Baseball, ' 26; Fire Brigade. Emma D. Linsday . . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY A. of P.; M.C.C. Irene Luckey . Saline MUSIC-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. O. R. Martin . . . Hagewood MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Science Club. Virgie Martin Ringgold KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C .; Y.W.C.A. Vivian Martin Mind en PRIMARY S.A.K .; Y.W.C.A. Angie Massony . Waterproof ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; A. of P. Sue McCulloch . . . Gillam ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Brownie McDaniel . Leesville PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Georgie McDaniel . Red Gum KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Coun- cil, ' 25. Billy Meredith Alexandria ENGLISH-SPANISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Life Saving Corps; Quartet, Basketball, S.A.K., ' 24- ' 25; Choral Club. Sara A. MlLLICAN . . Deerford ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Sally Mock Baski in ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball, E.L.S., ' 24- ' 25; Normal Press Club. D. E. MONTAGNE . . Jennings MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A.; Varsity Football, ' 24; Honor Council; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; Blue Ridge Delegate; Track, ' 25; Glee Club, ' 24- ' 26; Orchestra, ' 25- ' 26; Choral Club. Winona Montagne . Jennings KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Eris Monzingo . Minden KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Pari. Law, M.C.C., Fall, ' 25; Editor, M.C.C., ' 25. Earl Morgan . Goldonna AGRICULTURE M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A. Arva Nash Jena ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. MARJORIE O ' BANNON . Homer KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. BAUCUM PARKER . Haynesville MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE ' Varsity Football, ' 24- ' 26; Basket Ball, ' 24; Baseball, ' 24; S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A. Eura Parker . . . Leesville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. Thelma Parker Slagle PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Jewel Paul Many ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S. Flossie Petty .... Many PRIMARY E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Ivey Belle Phillips, Grand Cane INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Marcia Poleman . Natchitoches MUSIC S.A.K. Nina Maude Pollard . Leesville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Aura Purnell . Tallulah INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec ' y, S.A.K., Fall, ' 25; Y.W.C.A. Council. May Pynes Shreveport INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Audrey M. Quina . Shreveport ENGLISH-LATIN E.L.S.; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabin et; Nor- mal Press Club. Helen Earl Rachal, Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Adele Radeke Welsh KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C. C; Y. W. C. A.; Delegate, Blue Ridge; Treas., M. C. C, Spring, ' 24; Sec ' y, Y.W.C.A. Frances Ray Lecompte INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Choral Club; Y.W.C.A.; Quar- tet, S.A.K., ' 25. Carson Reed, Jr. . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club Annie Reese . . . Oak Ridge INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Hazel Reeves . Ree ves ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Ruby Ridge . Alexandria KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. A. A. ROBINETTE Ashland MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club Irma Robinson Bastrop ENGLISH-LATIN S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Virginia Robinson . . Bastrop ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Esther Rubin . . Alexandria HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; W.A.A. Ruby Saurez Plaquemine ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P.; A. of P. Cabinet. Julia Sheppard . . . . Jena GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Basket Ball, M.C.C. ' 24. Cecil Singleton . Boyce ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. • ■jj V 1 III JWk. t. ' yjf% Myrtle Strother . . . Pitkin ENGLISH-HISTORY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Editor, C.L.C., Win- ter, ' 24; Pres., C.L.C., Fall, ' 25. Mary Julia Stubbs, Ashbum, Ga. GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Jennie Sumrall . New Iberia ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Frances Sutter . . Roanoke KINDERGARTEN -PRIM ARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. J. M. Taylor . . . Jonesville MATHEMATICS-BIOLOGY Science Club; Y.M.C.A. Edith Temple . St. Francisville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Genevieve Thibodeaux, Napoleonville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; A. of P.; Basket Ball, S.A.K., ' 25; A. of P. Cabinet. Lois Thibodeaux . Mer Rouge ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Editor, S.A.K., Win- ter, ' 25. Ida Singleton .... Angola HOME ECONOMICS Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Pearl Slawson . . Winnfield ENGLISH-HISTORY Y.W.C.A. ; Contemporary Life Club. Adele Smith . . Mooringsport ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S. Lucille Smith . . . Hortman INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Melba Kirby Smith, New Orleans ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Sara Smythe . . . Hammond ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Edith Spring Franklinton HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Treas., M.C.C., Fall, ' 25; Washington Parish Club. Neva Strange . . Hammond INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Agnes Thomas Slagle PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Bessie Thompson Zachary INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Basket Ball, S.A.K., ' 24- ' 26; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Sec ' y, S.A. K., Spring, ' 25; Pres., S.A.K., Fall, ' 25; Pari. Law, S.A.K., ' 26; Class Sec ' y, ' 26; Student Gov ' t Council; Guardian Club; Chairman, Basket Ball Teams, W.A.A. Isabelle Thorp . . . Amite GRAMMAR V H.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Tangipahoa Club Cora Turpin Natchitoches HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. James Turpin . . Natchitoches AGRICULTURE S.A.K. Minnie Verdel . . . Bogalusa HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C ; Y.W.C.A. Ione Wagner . . Grand Cane INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. -mjs, Cecile Waguespack . Lockport ART M.C.C., A of P.; Vice-Pres., M.C.C., Fall, ' 25. Evelyn Webb Prairieville PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Elvin Weems loneer MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS Science Club; Y.M.C.A. Margaret Whelan . Bogalusa INTERMEDIATE S. A. K.; A. of P.; Chorister, S.A. K., A. of P. Cabinet. Alma White . . . Westlake MUSIC-ART S.A.K.; Choral Club; Y.W.C.A. Lula Mae Whitty, Baton Rouge INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; A. of P. Lyllis Wilkinson . . Jennings KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Frances Willard . . . Welsh KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Blue Ridge Delegate; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. Leona Williams . . . Many GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Naomi Williams . . Many GRAMMAR S.A.K. Margaret Witherspoon, Greenwood LATIN-ENGLISH Latin Club Shirley Wren . . Shreveport HOME ECONOMICS R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Thelma Young . Ponchatoula INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A. Betty Yourtee . . Deltabridge ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Basket Ball, S.A.K. Invaders, Summer 1926 MOTTO: " Nothing great is lightly won. " Colors: Gold and White. Flower: Rose. OFFICERS: Elaine Berner President Blanche Choppin Vice-President Irene Henderson Secretary " STRIVING " There ' s a building on the hill Where the Invaders linger still, But nothing great is lightly won; So they are striving on and on. When white and gold you see, Think of the Invaders free, Who always gave their very best. And faithfully stood the acid test. So here ' s to the Invaders bold and true. May they ever be loyal to me and you, And when He makes the final call, May He find them faithful one and all. Arleen Baker . . Mansfield MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY E.L.S.; S.A.K. Elaine Berner . . Prairieville INTERMEDIATE Honor Council; Choral Club; Current Sauce Reporter; Vice-Pres., S.A.K. ; Press Club; President of Class, ' 26; Delegate to Blue Ridge ' 25; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. Ethelyn Biggs . Grayson INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. LEONCIA BOUVIER . . Lockport ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE Le Cercle Francais; A. of P.; Vice- President of Le Cercle Francais. CLYDE Boyd . . . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Science Club; Glee Club; Choral Club. Marie Brister Alexandria GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. Vergie Callaway . Natchitoches GRAMMAR E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Blanche Choppin . . Boyce ENGLISH-HISTORY A. of P. S.A.K. Mary Helen Cloud . Ashland ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. CORINNE DUFRENE . . Raceland ENGLISH-HISTORY A. of P.; M.C.C. Iva May Fisher . . . Grayson INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. Maude Gaspard . . . Kaplan MATHEMATICS-FRENCH Le Cercle Francais; A. of P. Eva Gordon . . . Sicily Island HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A Mrs. Charles Ingalls, Natchitoches ART Rural Life Club NELDA McLaURIN . Georgetown S.A.K. Dorothy Maxwell . . Minden HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Florence Norman . Alexandria ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club ' 25, ' 26. Leo NORSWORTHY . Natchitoches CHEMISTRY-BIOLOGY Science Club. Odette Oubre Loreauville FRENCH-ENGLISH S.A.K.; A. of P. Fern Parham . Clarks MUSIC E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club Leo Perritt . Doyline ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. J. T. PlERSON, Jr. . Natchitoches AGRICULTURE S.A.K.; Football ' 24, ' 25; N Club. Charles Pratt . . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE E.L.S. Tressie Pullig Ashland MATHEMATICS-BIOLOGY Science Club; Y.W.C.A. Annie B. Ratcliff . Coushatta GRAMMAR M.C.C. Marie Dell Roubieu, Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Maye Sample . Sali ine INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. THEODORA SCHAEDEL, Alexandria GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Carolyn Scott . . . Kingston PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Betty Brown Shaddock, Lake Charles ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Annie Laura Stevens, " Ringgold GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Floyce Stancil . M anon KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Kate Taylor . Ollc HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Society. Marion Taylor . . Jena GRAMMAR Rural Life Club; Y.W.C.A. Maybeth Thibodeaux, Mer Rouge MUSIC S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. econ d Te rm MOTTO: " Out of the harbor into the deep blue sea. " Colors: White and Green. Flowers White Chrysanthemum. OFFICERS: Leslie Lum President De Lane Smith Vice-President Elva Hunter Secretary DOWN IN OLD LOUISIAN ' Don ' t you know there comes a feelin ' As alone here I ' m a sittin ' That life is worth the livin ' Down in old Louisian ' . Here the people are a smilin ' An ' the birds are always singin ' An ' the flowers a always bloomin ' Down in old Louisian ' . Why, the sun seems always shinin ' And love I ' m always findin ' , For there ' s never any pinin ' Down in old Louisian ' . And I ' m sure as here I ' m sittin ' That God is not forgittin ' That we ' re thankin ' Him for livin ' Down in old Louisian ' . And when the end is comin ' , I ' ll be smilin ' and be thankin ' Him for lettin ' me be dyin ' Down in old Louisian . E. J. Adams Fisher ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE Mercille Adams . . Coushatta GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Matilde Alexander . Oil City INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. William Roy Alford MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Rural Life; Y.M.C.A. Opal Allen . . . Oakdale GRAMMAR M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Bessie Allums . . Hall Summit GRAMMAR M.C.C. Willie Lee Austin . Logansport INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Acnes Barker summer field HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Edna Earl Bickhan, Ml Hermon PRIMARY R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Frances Blanchard, Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Blanche Boone . . INTERMEDIATE Pelican E.L.S. CAMILLE BOUTTE . . Loreauville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; A. of P. Fannie Mae Bowen . . Marion MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; S.A.K. Basketball; Y.W.C.A. Lucille Boydstun, Natchitoches ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE S.A.K. Elise Brantly . . . Minden ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A. Mary Elise Bridces . Minden PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Era Bricmon . Chestnut INTERMEDIATE E..LS. son Vivian Broussard . . Harel INTERMEDIATE Rural Life; Y.W.C.A. Ruby Brown . . . Pineville PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Seawillow Brown Lucas MUSIC M.C.C; Y.W.C.A.; Honor Council, ' 25 ' 26; Chorister M.C.C. ' 25; Choral Club- ' W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ' 26 Alice Brumfield . Moreauville ENGLISH-FRENCH A. of P.; La Cercle Francais. Bruce Buie Morrow MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Menyon Burkhalter . Gibsland HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Jessie Carter . . Natchitoches PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN M.C.C. s Lucille Chambers, Sicily Island HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; E.L.S. Basketball ' 25. GERTRUDE CHUSTZ, Independence INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; A. of P. Mary Chustz . . Independence INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; A. of P. Alma P. Christian . Grand Cane MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S. Eunice Coco Moreauville ENGLISH-FRENCH A. of P. ; La Cercle Francais. Mary Collinsworth . . Heflin MATHEMATICS-HISTORY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Evelyn Colquitt . . . Mira ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Tennie Crow Shreveport MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY S.A. K. Gertrude Dalton . . Minden HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Birdie Lee Davis . Winnsboro PRIMARY-KINDERCARTEN E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Chrissie Davis . . . Columbia HISTORY-ENGLISH E. L. S. Ethel Dickinson Mind en PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN S. A. K. LORENE DRURY . . . Doyline ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE Pauline Earnest . . Bunkie INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Electa Ensign Roseland SPANISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Bobbye Ruth Erskin, Columbia HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Ruby Fin ley Ashland PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN Y.W.OA-; M.C.C. IONE FRANKLIN . . Natchitoches ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE S.A K Alice Frazier Gravson INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Mrs. A. A. Fredericks. Natchitoches _:SH-FOREJGN LANGUAGE R.L.C. ALICE FlTTRAL . . . Port Barre INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A-: SA.K. GLADYS Gainer . . Grand Cane r MEDIATE Chilsea Gates HOME ECONOMICS Y.W.CA. Mary Vee Gillen Oakdale Campti SL15H-SOCLAL SCIENCE MX.C. Mildred Gimber . . . Wmnfield ART X-: T.W.OA. Ion a Gouner Abington HOME ECONOMICS Of P. Dorothy Gordon . Sicily Island MUSIC E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Eunice Gray Jena INTERMEDIATE E.L. S. RUTH HarkiNS . . Haynesville PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. ANNIE HARCIS . . Natchitoches HISTORY-ENGLISH S. A. K. Marjorie Harrison, Montgomery ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Mildred Hatcher INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Roy Himel . Clinton Vacherie FRENCH- MATHEMATICS La Cercle Francais; A. of P. Hazel HOGAN . . INTERMEDIATE C. L. C. Chenevville Mildred Exely Hogg . Oakdale INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.CJ L. Susanna Holdeman . Crowley INTERMEDIATE E. L. S.; Y.W.C.A : Y. A Press Club. A.: Normal Mira Holmes . . . Longstreet ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Edna Hoover . . Independence INTERMEDIATE C. O. HORTON . . . Coushatta ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Elva Hunter Bossier City GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Bossier Parish Club Ila Mae Hunter . . Coushatta GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Basket Ball, M.C.C. Myrtle Jackson Simpson KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Zella Mae Jones . Long Leaf INTERMEDIATE S. A. K. Lucille Jordan . . Marthaville PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN Contemporary Life Club Pauline Jordan . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S. A. K. Wilma Jordan Rob eline HOME ECONOMICS R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. George Joubert . . Opelousas AGRICULTURE R. L. C. Minnie Kay . . . Provencal INTERMEDIATE S. A. K. Amanda Kennerly . . Wisner CHEMISTRY-BIOLOGY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Gladys Kent .... Oberlin ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Chorister, S.A.K. J. E. KlLLEN Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Science Club BEULAH KlRKLAND . . Leesville HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Mae Lambert .... Hester MATHEMATICS-ENCLISH M.C.C.; A. of P.; Normal Press Club. Edith Lanehart . . Woodville PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. ur Rose Laurents . . Lake Arth ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Elizabeth Ledbetter, Alexandria ENGLISH-SCIENCE Science Club; Y.W.C.A.; Life Savine Corps. Phelma Lloyd Sieper ENGLISH-HISTORY Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S. Lillian Loftin . . East Point GRAMMAR M. C. C. LESLIE Lum .... Converse MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Science Club; Y.M.C.A. Victoria McDaniel . Kentwood KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Lucille McLellan . Barham ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A. Lily McKnight . . . Colfax ENGLISH-BIOLOGY S.A.K.; Normal Press Club. EFFIE McNoRTON . Natchitoches INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Basket Ball, S.A.K. Roberta Magee . . Franklinton ENGLISH-SPANISH M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Ruth Marsh . . . Stonewall HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Clara Martin . . Haynesville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Elvina Martin . . Opelousas INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; A. of P. Louise Martin . . . Minden HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Mable Martin . . . Ringgold KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C. Allegra Massey . . . Flora ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; A. of P. La Verne Mathews . Pelican INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Florence Meyers . Sicily Island INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; E.L.S. Basketball; Y.W.C.A. Valeria Miller . . . Florien INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. Virginia Miles Mind en PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ' 26; S.A.K. Opal Moore . . . Merryville MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH Y.W.C.A.; C.L.C. Donna Moreland . . New Era ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE Rural Life Club; Y.W.C.A. ADDIE Mouton . . . Carenco FRENCH-ENGLISH Le Cercle Francais; A. of P. Gladys Murphey . Cheneyville MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Floice Napper . . . . H ICO GRAMMAR E. L. S. Mildred Oglesly . Plain Dealing PRIMARY- KINDERGARTEN M. C. C. Dottie Lola Oliver . Glenmora ENGLISH-FOREIGN LANGUAGE M. C. C. Elizabeth Parham . . Clarks PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Julia Perot Natchitoches ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE S. A. K. Fon Perry Ida HOME ECONOMICS S. A. K. Ruby Pittman . . Spring Creek ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE R.L.C. ; Y.W.C.A. Era Price Sieper PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S. Lucy Price . . . Coushatta INTERMEDIATE M. C. C. J. L. Prudhomme, Jr., Natchitoches HISTORY-MATHEMATICS S. A. K. Harry RACHAL . . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY La Cercle Francais. ADALINE RANDEL . . Abbeville HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K .; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club Johnnye Ray Columbia ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Life Saving Corps Ethel Lee Rayburn ENGLISH-HISTORY E. L. S. Ruth Risher Pel ican HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; S.A.K. Basketball; Y.W.C.A. J u anita Robertson, Independence INTERMEDIATE M. C.C. Selma Robinson Danville ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE E. L. S. Audrey Rowcliff . Port Allen PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN M.C.C.; A. of P. Esther Russel . . Grand Cane ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Devon ia Salter Negreet MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C.; Press Club; Sabine Parish Club Daisy Sasser . Carrol GRAMMAR M. C. C. Carey Schilling . Osyka, Miss. AGRICULTURE Y.M.C.A.; R.L.C.; Glee Club; Choral Club. Mickey Oberia Scott, Glenmora INTERMEDIATE M. C. C. Viola Shows . . . Jonesboro PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN M.C.C.; M.C.C. Basketball; Y.W.C.A. Myrtle Simmons Boliviar PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Louise Sinclair . . Longstreet HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Beatrice Smith . Bask m GRAMMAR E.L.S. De Lane Smith . Sabine PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Eileen Smith Lecompte MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY S. A. K. Gabriel Sompayrac . . Campti PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN S. A. K. Mrs. Fannie May Spruill ZeNTER . . . Plain Dealing PRIMARY-KINDERGARTEN E.L.S. Zina Stringfield . Spring Creek ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. O. C. Teagle Morrow ENGLISH-HISTORY S. A.K. Mertie Thompson Bernice MUSIC-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club. Lucille Tinker . Dewitt, Ark. ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Mary Belle Trisler . New Era HOME ECONOMICS R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Carrie Lou Tullos . . Pineville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. W. E. Walker . . ' . Wyatt MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A. ; Football. Irma Watts .... Minden S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Marie Weaver . . . Ashland PRIMARY S. A. K. Bertha Webb . . Vowell ' s Mill KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Lottie L. Whatley . Good Pine KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E. L. S. Mrs. M. V. Wildesen, New Orleans KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Clevie Williams . . Chestnut KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. ZlLPHA WlLLSON . . Alexandria GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Life Saving Corps. Irene Wilson Bienville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S. A. K. Zelda Worley . . . Homer MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Elsie Wyner Hornbeck MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Mary Zimmerman . Plaquemine KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; A. of P. Demonites, Winter 1927 MOTTO: " Follow the Demons " Colors: White and Gold Flower : Chaste Daisy OFFICERS: Duncan S. Dickey President Myra Whitman Vice-President Neva Knighton Secretary THE SPIRIT OF THE FRESHMEN Y E HAVE been at the Louisiana State Normal College only a few months, but during this time we have had the spirit of the college. We have tried very hard to make ourselves a part of the life of the student body. We have learned the yells; we have attended the games, and we have tried to put " pep " into those who were standing on the side lines. We may be green freshies, but we are loyal. If we do have to go to a separate assembly and stay in Camp Four when we land here, we are not ashamed of our name. We know that as Freshmen we must build the foundation upon which, as Seniors, we shall some day stand. Co- operation is necessary for the upbuilding of any school, or of any organization; and co-operation means the united action of all toward the same end. It means the faculty and the entire student body. As Freshmen we hope that our very green- ness may give life and spirit to this great institution of which we are a part. It is with this spirit that we hereby resolve to do all in our power in the up- building of the State Normal College. Our fondest hopes are that the college may grow as the years come and go and that it may never be ashamed of us. Here ' s to the Normal of the Future. May it prosper and flourish as it has in the past, and may it continue to furnish the state of Louisiana with trained men and men devoted to a life of service. IN MEMORIAM Roy Doughty— Jena, Louisiana Born, July 29, 1904 Died, March 4, 1926 Catherine Adams . Morgan City ENGLISH-LATIN S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club Wilma Adams Winnfield ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club Earl Aiken . . . Lecompte MATHEMATICS-BIOLOGY Science Club Ruby Aldredge . . Hornbeck INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Curtis Alexander . . Minden ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A. Elizabeth Alexander, Greenwood KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Bessie Alison . Tidewater, Fla. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; A. of P. Mary Ann Alleman Napoleonville LATIN-ENGLISH S.A.K.; A. of P.; S.A.K. Pari. Law; A. of P. Cabinet; Current Sauce, ' 26; Normal Press Club. Sue Allen . GRAMMAR C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Edith Anderson Hosston Wisner INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Aimee Andrews . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club ESTELLE AYO Thibodaux ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; A. of P.; Student Government Council, Fall ' 25. Elmo E. Bagley Keatchie AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.M.C.A. Elmo E. Bagley . . Keatchie MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE E.L.S. Loyce Baker .... Ruby INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Palmer Baker .... Ruby INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Eunice Bankston . Sunny Hill INTERMEDIATE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Albert Barker . . Mansfield MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY M.C.C; Y.M.C.A. Louise Barnett INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Bertie Barr Zachary Vivian INTERMEDIATE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. ■ Allie Bascle . Bourg FRENCH-HISTORY French Circle Miriam Beary Thibodaux ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Basketball; S.A.K.; A. of P. Mary Lee Beckett . Shreveport HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Martha Becnel . St. Gabriel ENGLISH-MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; A. of P. Birdie Lee Benton Forest ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Thelma Blackburn . Shreveport KINDERGARTEN S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Idelia Blackwell . . Varnado INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Mirla Blades . . . Lewiston CHEMISTRY-BIOLOGY R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Thelma Blanchard, Napoleonville ENGLISH-FRENCH S.A.K.; A. of P. NORA BOGGS . . . Natchitoches ART M.C.C; W.A.A. L ORENE BOLLAR . . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Mary Bond . . . Franklinton INTERMEDIATE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Harriett Bonnycastle, Shreveport KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A. Bessie Booty . Bolivar HOME ECONOMICS R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Herbert Bourgeois . . Lutcher MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE A. of P.; Science Club Laura Branch . . Cheneyville PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Floye Bridges . . Pleasant Hill ART E.L.S. Lessie Bridges Belch er INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Margie Brooks . . . Bernice ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCE M.C.C. Annie Belle Brown, Denham Springs INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. ' " C V Edith Pearl Brown, Sibley, Miss. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Emily Brown .... Elton ENGLISH-SPANISH M.C.C. Grace Brown . . Hope Villa ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Ila Bryant . . . Montgomery PRIMARY M.C.C. Gertrude Buckner, Alexandria PRIMARY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. MABLE BuNKLEY . . Barham MUSIC-ENGLISH E.L.S. Ethel Burch . Texarkana, Ark. INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Theresa Ready Calhoun, Orange, Texas PRIMARY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. MABLE CALLENDER . Haynesville ENGLISH-PHYSICAL EDUCATION S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Basketball; Choral Society; Student Government Council, Fall ' 25; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; W.A.A. Ruby Camp Haynesville INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. JlMMY CoLVIN . . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Bertha Compton . . Roanoke HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Mary V. Compton . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE A. of P.; M.C.C. Lettie Coon Jena INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Myrtis Corley . . Oak Grove KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Ella Cox .... Mer Rouge GRAMMAR R.L.C. Lucille Crawford . . Belcher INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. T. O. Creel . . . Sunny Hill AGRICULTURE R.L.C; Y.M.C.A. Sedonia Curole . . Cut Off INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; A. of P. Maude Daniel .... Forest MATHEMATICS-BIOLOGY M.C.C. Ima Anne Campbell . Hombeck KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Marguerite Carathers . Lisbon MUSIC M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Susie Chambers, Denham Springs INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Blanche Chapman . Archibald ENGLISH-SPANISH Y.W.C.A.; E.L.S. Yvette Chapron . . v Baldwin ENGLISH -LATIN Latin Club ; A. of P. May Chiles Vivian INTERMEDIATE C.L.C. Elizabeth Clarke . St. Joseph PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Herbert Cobb . . Natchitoches ENGLISH-MATHEMATICS Science Club Lise Coffey Shreveport INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. JANYE COLEMAN . . Waterproof GRAMMAR S.A.K. Freda Decker . . Lake Charles INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Dora de Hart Abbeville PRIMARY Y.W.C.A.; R.L.C. Bernice Denison lowa GRAMMAR Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Clinton Denny . . . Iowa MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS R.L.C; Y.M.C.A. Margaret de Rowen . . Erath ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Vesta Dey Fisher KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Myrtle Dickerson . Winnfield ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club Duncan Dickey . . . BIOLOGY-CHEMISTRY Y.M.C.A.; M.C.C. Bel Clara Dill . . Tallieu HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; A. of P. Virginia Dill Tallieu INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Florine Dubus . . Abbeville ENGLISH -LATIN S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Janette Dumesnille . Slidell ENGLISH-FRENCH French Circle; A. of P.; Normal Press Club Eunice Edmonson Lutch er MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Alice Edwards . . Noble MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY Science Club Marie Elder . . Mooringsport INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Olivia Ellfors . . Maringouin PRIMARY C.L.C.; A. of P. Florence Emerson . . Monroe MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Lula Belle Emerson . Monroe KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. JOSIE ERIS . . . Donaldsonville GRAMMAR Science Club; A. of P. Lela Mae Felix . . Winnfield ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club Annie Fitch . . . Oak Ridge INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Verda Fitch . . . Winnfield INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec ' y. S.A.K., ' 25; Y.W.C.A. Council Member Geraldine Fitzgerald, Oak Grove KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Hugh E. Foil . . Franklinton AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.M.C.A. Alice Wilma Forbes, Baton Rouge INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Forrest H. Formby . . Mitchell GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A. Mary Lewis Fort . . Minden INTERMEDIATE Lucy Fortinberry . Tylertown GRAMMAR M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Ione Fourroux . . . Kenner KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Willie Belle Fremaux, Crowley PRIMARY S.A.K.; A. of P. Maybell Gaudin . New Orleans GRAMMAR C.L.C.; A. of P. Hazel Garret . . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Eunice Gendron Hahnville FRENCH-HISTORY French Circle Maxine Geroir Thibodeaux ENGLISH -MODERN LANGUAGE S.A.K. ; A. of P.; Student Government Council, Fall ' 25. Edna Glaze . Bunk ie HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C. Florence Greer PRIMARY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Louise Grey Athens Colquitt ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A. Francis Griffin M onroe INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Editor, S.A.K.; Potpourri Staff; Basketball, S.A.K. Maxine Griffin Vivian INTERMEDIATE C.L.C. Clemmie Gregg Bienville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C. sv Annie Mae Harkness . Heflin ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Nettie Harkness Hefl in ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Lillian Harmon . Lake Charles MATHEMATICS-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec ' y.; Y.W.C.A. Elsie Harper Crowville PRIMARY E.L.S. Versa Harper . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. MAR JORIE HARRIS . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Thelma Harrison . Mangham ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Audrey Hart . . . INTERMEDIATE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Pearl Havard . . . Tre es Morrow GRAMMAR M.C.C. Mildred Hawthorne, Alexandria ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Irene Heflin Mind en ART S.A.K. Fay Henderson Lilli ie PRIMARY M.C.C. Lydia Hewette . . Mer Rouge GRAMMAR E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Hattie Hinds PRIMARY E.L.S. Lola Mae Hoag Delhi Jennings ART S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club; W. A.A.; Dramatic Club, ' 26; Potpourri Staff, ' 26; W.A.A. Council; Pari. Law, S.A.K., ' 26; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, ' 26; Guardian Club. Reba Holladay . . Good Pine ENGLISH-SPANISH R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Alice Holt .... Jennings ENGLISH-HISTORY C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Alene Hood . . . PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Angola Rosa Pearl Horn . . Many ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Alice Hornor . . . GRAMMAR Terry Leola Horton INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Inez Horton . Coushatta Coushatta INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. FELTON HORTON . . Coushatta MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A. Clarabel Horton Coushatta INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Audrey Hortman Minden ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; YW.C.A. Mrs. H. H. Howell . Pelican INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Corrine Hudson . Cheney ville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY C.L.C. Miriam Huff . . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P. Clotelle Humphrey . Bonita ENGLISH-MUSIC E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Bettye Jo Ipes . . Elizabeth ENGLISH-LATIN Latin Club; Y.W.C.A. Martha Ivey .... Benton KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M. C. C; Y.W. C. A.; Bossier Parish Club; W. A. A. Oma JoHNIKEN . . . Pelican KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Annie Lee Johnson . Oakdale ENGLISH-SPANISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Herbert Johnson . De Quincy MATHEMATICS-PHYSICS M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Vera Johnson . . . Hemphill MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. C. B. Jones .... Longville AGRICULTURE S.A.K.; Y.M.C.A. L. G. Jones .... Jonesboro ENGLISH-HISTORY ' Varsity Football. Fall ' 25; ' Varsity Baseball, Spring ' 26; M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A. Era Maree Kallenbaugh, Blanchard INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Pawnee Killen . . . Zwolle SCIENCE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club; Chor- ister S.A.K., Fall ' 25; Sabine Parish Club. ENA B. KELLY . . Baton Rouge MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Maxine Kelly . . . ENGLISH-SPANISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Pollock Fortson Kemp Minden ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C.; Y.M.C.A. Ethelyn Kent Blanks ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Sarah Kerr Shreveport MUSIC S.A.K.; Sec ' y, Choral Club. Neva Knighton H omer KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Sec ' y, E.L.S., Winter ' 25. HEARD KORNEGAY . Plaquemine SCIENCE M.C.C.; A. of P. Irene LaBauve Abbeville ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club. Eva Lambert . . Spring Creek INTERMEDIATE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Cloie Land .... Vivian INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; C.L.C. Lucille Landry . . St. Gabriel PRIMARY S.A.K.; A. of P. Ethel Larson Monroe MUSIC-FOREIGN LANGUAGE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club. Katherine Lawrence Curtis INTERMEDIATE C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Bossier Parish Club. Lillian B. Lea . . . . KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Eros Lety Lee Florien HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S. J. Sydney Lemoine FRENCH-HISTORY French Circle ; A. of P. ; Fire Brigade. Kathleen Levy . Natchitoches HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K. J. Hugh Lewing . . . Fisher ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. ; Y.M.C.A. Jewel Lewis .... Hanna ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S. Sara Mae Lockard . . Forest ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Lizzie Leigh Loftus . Stonewall ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. SH Dorothy Luker Alexandria INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Sara Lyles Bunkie ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Thelma McChristian, Montrose INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Marie McCrary . . Hope Villa KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; A. of P. Mary Vivian McDonald, Junction City ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Constance McReynolds, Monroe ENGLISH-SPANISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Walton Magee Varnado AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.M.C.A. Aline Marks . . Napoleonville INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; A. of P.; Basket Ball, S.A.K., Fall ' 25; S.A.K. Pari. Law, Fall ' 25. Francis Louise Martin . Eola ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Wenonah Matthews MUSIC Castor M.C.C.; Y..WC.A.; Bienville Parish Club. ■■■■■■ m tr.,£« » d ! i «£ m m Fred Mers . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K. ROBERT Methvin . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K. Edith Middleton Newellton INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Cortess Miller . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-CHEMISTRY S.A.K. Frances Miller . . Waterproof GRAMMAR S.A.K. S ylvia Minsky . Tallulah ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Emily Montagne Abbeville ENGLISH-HISTORY Y.W.C.A.; S.A.K. Floy Morgan Sali ine INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. Hilda Morgan . . Kentwood GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. EDITH MOSELEY . . Alexandria GRAMMAR E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Mary MoSELY . . . Shreveport ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K .; Y.W.C.A. Genevieve Mouch . Port Allen PRIMARY M.C.C.; A. of P. Berta Newell ... St. Joseph PRIMARY S.A.K. Mattie Sue Nickelson . Athens INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Bessie Nunez . Grand Chenier HISTORY-FOREIGN LANGUAGE M.C.C. Sheila Nuttall Roanoke ENGLISH-CHEMISTRY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Allie Mae Odom . . Glenmora KINDERGARTEN S.A.K. UTHA Orr . . . Natchitoches GRAMMAR C.L.C. Addie Sue Owen . Natchitoches ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Fariebee Parker . . Leesville MATHEMATICS-HISTORY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Jessie Clyde Perdue . Winnfield ENGLISH-HISTORY Contemporary Life Club; Vice-Pres., Contemporary Life Club. Elmer Perry . Forest Hill ENGLISH-HISTORY Latin Club; Y.M.C.A. Marjorie Pickett . . Pineville PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Sarah Pierce . Iowa PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Elda Polaski Mbrgan City ENGLISH-FRENCH French Circle; A. of P.; Potpourri Staff, ' 25- ' 26. Alma Pope Tylertown INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Alton B. Porter . Mt. Herman AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.M.C.A. Ruby Price Thibodaux ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; A. of P. MARCIE RANEY . . Alexandria KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Mattie Reagan . . . INTERMEDIATE E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Bask m Ethel Lee Reed Shreveport INTERMEDIATE R.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Gwendolyn Reeves . Kentwood GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Josephine Reeves . . Vidalia PRIMARY S.A.K. KEITHA RlCHERSON . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. H. ELON RlNEHART . . Saline MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Y.M.C.A.; Science Club. Dell Roach . . . Shreveport INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A.; Normal Press Club. Leila Mae Roan St. Landry INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. Vivian Roberts . . . Vidalia INTERMEDIATE E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Elizabeth Robertson . Homer ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Reba Robertson Pelican INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. ELISE ROBIN . . . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE C.L.C. Naomi Robins . . Haynesville PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Annese E. Rogers . . Bastrop HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. LALIA SANDEFUR . . Minden INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Elsie Satcher . . . Alexandria INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Luther Scarborough, Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K. Mabel Schexnayder . St. James ART C.L.C; A. of P.; Basket Ball, S.A.K., Fall, ' 25. Hattie Scivicique, Denham Springs INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Erwin Seal .... Varnado AGRICULTURE R.L.C.; Y.M.C.A. Nancy Sexton . . . Minden LATIN-ENCLISH Latin Club; Y.W.C.A. W. R. SHIVELY .... Saline ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. W. L. Sills . Clarence MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club Aline Sims . . . Shreveport PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Elmer E. Sims Athens ENGLISH-HISTORY Varsity Football, Fall ' 25; Track, Spring ' 26; M.C.C; Y.M.C.A. Wilma Sims Shreveport PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club; Bos- sier Parish Club. Francis Sinclair . . Shreveport INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Patrick H. Singletary, Gonzales AGRICULTURE-CHEMISTRY R.L.C Ethel Lee Skaggs . . Crowley KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY M.C.C; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Editor, M. C.C., Fall ' 25. Celeste A. Smith . Natchitoches ART M.C.C; W.A.A. Jimmie Smith . . Peli ican INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. Retha Smith . . . PRIMARY R.L.C. Willie Mae Soileau . ENGLISH-HISTORY M.C.C. Helen Soncrant . . Robeline Erath Coif ax ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K. Elizabeth E. Spears . Colquitt INTERMEDIATE S.A.K. ; Y.W.C.A,. Harmolene Stafford, Cheneyville GRAMMAR S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Basket Ball, S.A.K. Mar jorie Stanley . Grand Cane PRIMARY E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Rexie Stogner Tylertown MUSIC M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Alice Sullivan . PRIMARY c.l.c. Amy Talbert . Lottie Varnado HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. Louise Tarver . Ferriday KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Avalyn Taylor . . HOME ECONOMICS C. L. C. Ethel Terrel Homer Tioga INTERMEDIATE C. L. c. Helen Thayer . . Evergreen INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; M.C.C. Basketball; Y.W.C.A. Christine Thompson . . Eros MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Era Till Pollock PRIMARY M.C.C. Kate Tinsley .... Homer HOME ECONOMICS C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. George Trisler . Natchitoches MATHEMATICS-SCIENCE Science Club Elizabeth Turner . Haynesville HOME ECONOMICS C.L.C.; Y.W.C.A. Mary Vernon . . . Areola HOME ECONOMICS M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Grace Walker . Morgan City MATHEMATICS-LATIN Science Club; Y.W.C.A. Ona Ward .... Gilbert ENGLISH-HISTORY E.L.S. Lea Warner Pine Grove INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Sammie Warren . . Walker INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. De Ester Waters Tioga GRAMMAR C.L.C. Rubye Dene Webb . Hope Villa INTERMEDIATE M.C.C. Verna Webster . . . Pelican KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY E.L.S. ; Y.W.C.A. Effie Welch Hutton HOME ECONOMICS E.L.S.; Y.W.C.A. WlLMA WHATLEY Jena PRIMARY M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Nobie Ray Whitaker, Oak Grove KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY C.L.C. Evelyn White . . . Felixville MUSIC S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Club ' 25. Florence D. White . Hanahan Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Rena White .... Hobart INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Viola White Hobart INTERMEDIATE Y.W.C.A.; M.C.C. Virginia Dare White . Arcadia ENGLISH-HISTORY S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A.; Bienville Parish Club. Gussie Whitman Lisb on INTERMEDIATE M.C.C; Y.W.C.A. Myra Whitman . . Alexandria MUSIC-ENGLISH S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Myra Wilkins . . . Crowley INTERMEDIATE M.C.C.; Y.W.C.A. Beatrice Williams . . Oakdale INTERMEDIATE M.C.C Louise Willoughby . N . Alco KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY SA.K.; Y.W.C.A. Lucile Wilson . . Shreveport HOME ECONOMICS S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. Macie Wilson Bienville KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY S.A.K. Edith Wright Crowley PRIMARY S.A.K. Francis E. Young . . Slaughter INTERMEDIATE S.A.K.; Y.W.C.A. g fc •»-:$ 7 s? S o CHARLES C.ZLKINS MOST handsome: " 1 • ;■■ ' f mK :- •■ ' V ; " . ' ;? PI r — , POTPOURRI 1 I 9 2 6 i w MAFJEL DARIAIInI EDITO K, ■ Si CAPBOROUGH Mabel Darwin . . . Editor-in-chief Truett Scarborough, Business Manager Ruth VlNYARD . . Senior Class Editor Sidney Johns . Nell Rush . . Una Parr . . . Elda Polaski Doris DeWitt, . Lola Mae Hoag . . Kodak Editor Junior Class Editor Sixth Term Editor First Term Editor . . Assistant Editor . . . Art Editor Deutsche O ' Neal . Fifth Term Editor Mamie Drew Daniel . S.A.K. Editor Fon Belt . . . Dramatic Club Editor Margie Scott, Delta Sigma Epsilon Editor Eugenia Cherry, Special Feature Editor Esther Blankenship, Science Club Editor Helena DeWitt . Fourth Term Editor Audrey Reynolds . . M.C.C. Editor Current Sauce Staff 1925-1926 Sidney Johns . . . Exchange Editor Truett Scaroboruch . . Y.M.C.A. Una Earnest .... Y.W.C.A. ELIZE ALLEMAN . . Demon Screams Gillis Ledet . . . Boys ' Dormitory Doris DeWitt .... Club Ven s Fon Belt Snappy Stories Mercedes Champagne . French Circle Temple Rogers . Notes about Women Josie Dyson .... Current Events Erla Easley Assembly Una Parr Reporter Mamie Drew Daniel . . . Reporter Mabel Darwin Reporter Eugenia Cherry Reporter Louise Vallee Reporter CURRENT SAUCE COLLEGE REF iBWilAMfflSWH ISSUE sniosisof state muui COLLEffi HAVE SELECT OWUP of urns sows -am tms •-• -• mamatic aih b- ?S ■ - ' wrmtosies adopt PLAttSTATE TRIPS NEW GMBBBn fea=2 Normal Press Club Left to right — Babington, Radeke, Massony, Earnest, Berthelot, Lambert, Quina, Cranford, Hendrix, Martin, U. Bickham, Eris, Cross, Bordelon, Gendron, Shows, Belt, Elkins, Derryberry, Compton, Plant, Rhorer, Whitaker, DeWitt, K. Smith, Daniel, Reeves, Adams, Rush, Brewster, Darwin, Mock, M. A. Alleman, Nunez, Vallee, Champagne, Cherry, Forbes, Harkness, Reynolds, Trisler, Browning, Bertoniere, Buntyan, Grabert, Berner, Carville, Dupuis, Griffin, Gill, Brown, B. Burris, Burley, Morgan, McKnight, Collins, Dumesnille, Temple, Warner, Bowers, Holt, Montagne, Scott. Blue Ridge Delegation From left to right — Aymond, Scarborough, Dyson, Montagne, Mitchel, Berner, Willard, Radeke, Thompson, Brown. Young Women ' s Christian Association Cabinet From left to right — Collins, Brown, Kent, Schaedel, Thompson, Dyson, Savoie, Smythe, Clark, Mitchel, Willard, Berner, Earnest, Aymond, Drake, Radeke, Foreman, Beatty, Smith. Young Women ' s Christian Association Officers, 1925-1926 Louise Mitchell President Sue FORMAN Vice-President ADELE Radeke Secretary JosiE Dyson Finance Committee Chairmen ONIE Brown Program EMILY BEATTY Decorating CLARE DRAKE .... Prayer Meetings Mabel Clark Social Service THEO SCHAEDEL Publicity Mildred Savoie Chorister MYRTLE AYMOND . . Undergraduate Rep. Elaine Berner . . KaTHERINE SMITH . . . Morning Watch Bessie Thompson .... Devotional Una Ruth Earnest, Current Sauce Rptr. Sara Smythe Bible Study GLADYS Kent Morning Watch Chorister Zelma Collins .... Orphan Fund Francis Willard . . World Fellowship . . Correspondent AMONG the youth of today, education, both vocational and cultural, is that possession summoning their most earnest and enthusi astic efforts. On the ' other hand, socialized education is the cry of many prominent sociologists and socialistic instructors. But what group among the infinite multitude does more in promulgating the principles of right living than the Young Women ' s Christian Organization? The main purposes of this organization are to break down barriers, to deepen thinking, and to widen the reach of our love. Perhaps there is no place so suitable, no time so opportune for adherence to these principles of Jesus ' law of love as college days on old Normal Hill. Furthermore, there is no joy so sublime as that which is the result of that Christian fellowship following the persistent exercise of these activities. By taking advantage of all that the Young Women ' s Christian Association has to offer in the way of prayer, service, worship, and international studies, the young women are assured of the acquirement of a priceless possession— life at its best. Young Men ' s Christian Association Cabinet From left to right — Mosher, Elkins, Jones, Hanchey, Thompson, Doyle, Simmons, Lewing, Montagne. Young Men ' s Christian Association Officers, 1925-1926 L. L. Thompson President Clint Simmons Vice-President F. D. Mosher Secretary C. E. Elkins Treasurer Committee Chairmen D. E. MoNTAGNE Program Committee Clarence Doyle Social Committee HUGH Lewing Membership Committee C. B. Jones Property Committee K. R. HANCHEY Discussion Group The Young Men ' s Christian Association of Louisiana State Normal College is a very live organization of sixty-five members. Its chief aim is to be an active factor in all forms of moral and Christian work properly within the scope of such an organization, and to bring the young men into a closer rela- tionship among themselves and with their Creator. The Association meets regularly every Sunday evening, at which time a helpful program is presented. At these meetings, many life problems are discussed in the light of Christ ' s teachings. The members of the organization devote their energy to the improvement of the students, mentally, morally and spiritually upon the athletic fields, in the class room, on the campus, and everywhere. The Y. M. C. A. at the State Normal College maintains a higher score than any other of the student associations of this district. It has been represented at all the local conferences, conventions and council meetings held in this section of the state. It expects to be represented by four active members at the ten-day Summer Conference at Blue Ridge, North Carolina, in June. The " Y " plans to do a wonderful work next year and stands ready at all times to lend a hand to all students contemplating entering the Normal College. X ttSi tn v ™ Apostleship of Prayer Cabinet From left to right— Guillotte, Massony, Carville, Grabert, LeBlanc, Gilbert, Hanson, Champagne, Whelan. Apostleship of Prayer Officers, 1925-1926 Marie Therese Le Blanc President Mercedes Champagne Vice-President Lawrence Gilbert Secretary Yvonne Guillotte Treasurer Margaret Whelan Chorister Committee Chairmen Rena Massony Entertainment Committee EUGENIE CARVILLE Social Service Committee Gertrude Grabert Posting Committee ARMIDE HANSON General Utility Committee The Apostleship of Prayer, a religious organization of Catholic students, was organized in 1906. It was small at first and inactive, but through the efforts of the ever faithful twelve, however, it lived and slowly grew, developing into what later became a thriving organization of typical Normalites. Within the last five years, it has grown to be a representative body, reaching a membership at one time of one hundred fifty. The members are ever ready to help promote and maintain loyalty to their Alma Mater. The activities of the organization are a treasury of good works and intentions. So successful has the work of the A. of P. been that in 1926 it was decided to change the organization to one which would give more recognition to the Catholic students at the college by becoming affiliated with a national organi- zation. During the winter term 1926, therefore, the members of the Apostleship of Prayer were initiated into the Newman Club, a religious organization of Catholic students of non-Catholic universities, colleges and institutions of higher learning. This club has for its purpose the promoting of the religious, intellectual, moral, and social standards of students. The Newman Club is very active on the campus. The Newmanites, however, know full well that they cannot work alone; therefore they lean on their beloved Alma Mater for support. Eclectic Literary Society Fall Term, 1925 Division I Sue Foreman President Myrtle Chambers Vice-President Sherill Kilgore Secretary Division II ■ Mary Morse President Sallie Mock Vice-President Catherine Scott Secretary Winter Term, 1925 - ' 26 Division I Sue Foreman President Sherill Kilgore Vice-President Neva Knighton Secretary Division II Alma Temple President Aline Sims Vice-President Catherine Scott Secretary Spring Term, 1926 Division I Eva Loe President Floye Bridges Vice-President Alma Pearl Christian Secretary Division II Sallie Mock President Fern Parham Vice-President Verna Webster Secretary Eclectic Literary Society HISTORY OF ECLECTIC LITERARY SOCIETY THE ECLECTIC LITERARY SOCIETY was organized at the State Normal College during the school session 1891-1892, when it became apparent to members of the one society, the Seekers After Knowledge, that to accomplish the best results in literary endeavor a new rival society should be formed. Accordingly, by mutual agreement, half the members of the Seekers After Knowledge who were not charter members of that society severed their connection with it and set to work to organize a sister society which was doomed to be an able and efficient rival. Miss Dollerhide was elected first president and was able to lead the society through its initial term in excellent style. Since that first term, the Eclectic Literary Society has been getting its share of the laurels offered in intersociety contests at the Normal. In athletics, the society has been outstanding, at present holding the S. and H. Kaffie loving cup. For two successive years, her basketball squad has won the annual intersociety basketball tournament. In debating, the supporters of the Purple and Gold have covered themselves with glory. This year they entered the finals against their old rivals the Seekers After Knowledge, and received one vote. The halls of the college auditorium have rung with the voices of orators and declaimers from E. L. S. for the last thirty-five years, and many have been the medals presented these worthy boys and girls. In short, it may be said here that E. L. S. has nothing to be ashamed of in its history; and its members are looking forward to a future filled with the best in the field of literary endeavor. Modem Culture Club Fall Term. 1925 Division I Kenneth Ka c:-:ey President £ - D.AM5 I ice-President Secretary Dhision II Carrie Lao President - C Hyde I ice-President _L Secretary Division III HES N . : l N : President FRANCES SUTIEI lice-President Jetel Womack Secretary Winter Term. 1925 - ' 26 Division I -ETH HaNCHEY President --ZEL REEVES I ice-President Irenl Henderson Secretary Division II Cecil Graham President MYRTLE WuntSOM I ice-President u Belle Horton Secretary Division III Laura Stephens President IZ ' A3L WaCUESPACI lice-President Ruth Spencer Secretary spring Term. 1926 Division I Duncan Dkkey President NoVLADEE Ba .NE lice-President Annie Fitch Secretary Division II Cecil Miller President CECIL Graham I ice-President Matt £ Sue v :holson Secretary Division III Cunt Simmons President LoLIE SINCLAIR I ice-President Freda Scogcins Secretary Modern Culture Club A HISTORY OF MODERN CULTURE CLUB CAREFUL STUDY of the development of civilization reveals the fact that practically all modern conveniences in existence today have been developed because society demanded them. It is thus with the Modern Culture Club. In 1902, it was realized by the two literary societies at the State Normal School, the Seekers After Knowledge and the Eclectic Literary Society, that the school had increased its enrollment to such an extent that there was need of a new literary society. It was with this need in mind that thirty-seven loyal students bound themselves into an organization, called it the Modern Culture Club, and resolved to uphold the principles of fair play in all activities pertaining to life on the Hill. From this small beginning, the Modern Culture Club has grown until today it is considered as one of the outstanding influences in literary advancement at the college. Time and again, M. C. C. has won in debate, in oratory, in declamation, and in basketball. Every contest finds her loyal supporters anxiously awaiting their opportunity to uphold the Green and White. With this " do-or-die " spirit, which has ever been evident within her circle, the Modern Culture Club has resolved to go forward and upward in the literary field at the Normal. Caspari Literary Society Fall Term, 1925 Myrtle Strother President Bertie Patterson Vice-President Mattie Hall Secretary Winter Term, 1925 - ' 26 Vergie O ' Neil President NYEASE Dowies Vice-President Gem Cheves Secretary Spring Term, 1926 Zelda Worley President Opal Moore Vice-President Kate Tinsley Secretary J ' AX?., Caspari Literary Club HISTORY OF THE CASPARI LITERARY CLUB Mnce THE Caspari Literary Club began its existence in the fall of 1917. then, it has always taken an active part in all intersociety contests. The society is named after the Honorable Leopold Caspari who was instru- mental in having Natchitoches selected as the sight for the State Normal School. Mr. Caspari, originally from France, came to the United States in 1849, and settled in Cloutierville, Natchitoches Parish. In 1858, he moved to Natchitoches where he resided until death. Mr. Caspari was one of the leading spirits in the building of the railroad from his home town to connect with the T. P. at Cypress, and was president of the road from the time of its construction until it was purchased by the T. P. It was through Mr. Caspari ' s effort that this transfer was made. Mr. Caspari died in 1915, in his eighty-fifth year. The entire student body of the Normal attended the funeral in a body to pay their respects to the memory of him in whose death the Normal College realized the loss of one of its staunchest friends. The three large literary societies doing literary work at the Normal were re- lieved in 1917 by the formation of a new society for lower class students. This society took for itself the name of Caspari Literary Club, in respectful remembrance of Captain Caspari. A year later due to the decrease of the student body caused by the war, the Caspari Literary Club was united with the Mortar Board. In the fall of 1919, the high school students separated their society from the Normal Literary Societies ; and the Caspari Literary Club became a higher society of equal standing with S.A.K., E. L.S., and M.C.C. During its first year as a higher society, C.L.C. won the girls ' singles in tennis from S.A.K. and first place in intersociety declamation. _ . e Seekers After Knowledge Fall Term, 1 925 Division I Lawrence Gilbert President Una Ruth Earnest Vice-President Helena De Witt Secretary Division II Henry Rickey President Jennie Sumrall Vice-President Elaine Berner Secretary Division III N Lucille Rhorer President Alice Ray Martin Vice-President Elize Alleman Secretary Winter Term, 1925 - ' 26 Division I Una Ruth Earnest President Eileen Smith Vice-President Mabel Callender Secretary Division II Henry Rickey President WENONAH MonTAGNE Vice-President Jennie Sumrall Secretary Division III Alice Ray Martin President Blanche Chopin Vice-President Brownie McDaniels Secretary Spring Term, 1926 Division I Lynn Jones President Lucille Gaudin Vice-President Miriam Beary Secretary Division II Donovan Montagne President Alice Futral Vice-President Marie Bristor Secretary Division III Bessie Thompson President Mabel Clark Vice-President Verda Fitch Secretary Seekers After Knowledge HISTORY OF SEEKERS AFTER KNOWLEDGE The Seekers After Knowledge Literary Society is thirty-six years old. Since its organization in 1890, it has grown very rapidly largely because of the enthusiastic efforts of its members who have been the leading forces in student life on the campus. In the many contests that have been held among the various societies, the Seekers After Knowledge society has been a winner or the very best type of loser. In both 1924 and 1925, her representatives won the Mattie O ' Daniel Medal. S. A. K. is true to the ideals of which her colors, gold and white, are sym- bolic. Gold represents matchless purity ; it is the substance that is free from any dross. The surface may become dulled, but deep in the heart of every loyal son and daughter of S. A. K. there dwells a pure hope, a clean prayer, and a loving memory of the old society which has been instrumental in the development of a keener sense of literary attainment at the college. White is emblematic of the best in life. The angels, God ' s messengers, are clothed in white. The ideal S. A. K. girl is a true messenger of S. A. K. ; she brings new ideals and ideas to her co- workers; she gives her friendly rivals dreams of surpassing her. S. A. K., we are proud of your traditions; we rejoice in your victories of the present, and in fond reverie we dream of your future powers. Carry on, S. A. K., as thou hast always done in the past. Ma Seekers After Knowledge Intersociety Parliamentary Law Class Winners, 1925, T926 From left to right — Earnest, Scarborough, O ' Neil, Thompson, Rickey, E. Alleman, Carville, Houg, Marks, M. A. Alleman. Rural Life Club From left to right — Shilling, Campbell, Reed, Crawford, R. Smith, Moreland, Creel, Lockard, DeHart, Mosher, Taylor, McDaniel, Lee, Blades, Burdick, Adams, Mrs. Ingalls, Bailey, Bankston, Bonds, Corken, A. Booty, Stringfield, Darwin, C. Ingalls, Cross, Denny, Wren, Joubert, Cox, Simmons, Lambert, Burley, Alford, Pittman, Foil, Finley, Allen, Broussard, Jorden, Porter, Bickham, Bagley, B. Booty, Ducote, Seal, Lanier, Trisler, Miller. cience Club From left to right — Trisler, Pullig, Bourgeois, Brodie, Rinehart, K i lien, Norsworthy, Walker, Culbertson, Stevens, Martin, Blankenship, Creaghan, Taylor, Head, Lum, Yancey, Reed, Aiken, Frazier, Cobb, Johns, Weems, Young, Lay, Ledbetter, Sills, Edwards, Robinette. Washington Parish Club From left to right — Foil, Whelan, Bertoniere, Davis, Magee, Houg, Babington, W. Bankston, E. Burris, Tate, Miller, E. E. Bickham, Blackwell, Verdel, C. M. Bickham, Talbert, Bonds, E. Bankston, B. Burris, Spring, U. Bickham, Porter, R. Magee, Seal, Banister, Creel. French Circle From left to right — Dumesnille, Eastin, E. Coco, Collins, Mendoza, Berthelot, Ledet, Champagne, Polaski, Allday, Ducote, Moreau, Parra, Dupuis, Bascle, Rachal, Grabert, Mouton, D. Gauthier, Gaspard, Porche, Lemoine, Whipple. Latin Club From left to right — Babington, Hall, Gardner, Witherspoon, Beatty, Sexton, Massey, U. Bickham, Perry, Brantley, Houg, McClellan, Ipes, Chapron, Carstens, Hartman. jm Contemporary Life Club From left to right — Joyner, Long, Felix, Jordon, R. Smith, Field, Hooper, Crump, Han- kins, Adams, Ingram, Slawson, Dickerson, Wildesen. Honor Council From left to right — Plant, Dean, Aiken, Readhimer, Montagne, Berner, Scott. Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority From left to right— Dean, L. Mayfield, Davis, Sutherlin, Richardson, Aymond, Bull, Scott, Alleman, Contois, Rush, J. Mayfield, Carville, Welch, McCrary, Hughes, DeWitt, Vinyard. Officers of Women ' s Athletic Association From left to right — Dyson, Callendar, Cunningham, Creaghan, Compton. Life Saving Corps of Examiners From left to right — William White, Mascot; Compton, Contois, Stevens, Mother Roy, White, Cunningham, Creaghan. Life Saving Corps Fom left to right — Ray, Matthews, Godwin, Wilson, DeWitt, Wilkinson, Ledbetter, Frazier, Dyson, Averre, Meredith, Pryor, Blank. Mascot, William White. State Normal College Fire Brigade THE FlRE BRIGADE was organized at the State Normal College seVeral years ago when it became evident to the authorities of the institution that some means of protection was needed to insure the old wooden frame buildings from fire. The organization has been developed largely through the influence and interest of Professor Hanssler, until today it represents one of the most efficient of its kind found at any educational center in the country. The general equipment of the fire brigade is valued at approximately $3000, and includes four hose carts equipped with 2,400 feet of hose, four ladders, equip- ment for thirty men, a life net, and other necessities for fighting fires. Sixty fire extinguishers have been placed at convenient places in all the buildings at the college, and are inspected at regular intervals by the members of the brigade. Classes in Fire Brigade are held each term, and a regular credit in physical education is given. The organization generally meets every Tuesday afternoon. At this time, practical drills in fighting fires are given. The constitution states that it shall be the duty of members to be prompt at all meetings; on every alarm of fire to assemble at the hose house without delay, and assist in getting the apparatus to the fire and in readiness for operation as soon as possible. Although there has never been a disastrous fire at the Normal since the Fire Brigade has been organized, it is believed that in case of such a fire the mem- bers of the organization would prove a vital factor in the saving of lives and property. Dramatic Club From left to right: DeWitt, Scarborough, Vinyard, Heflin, Scott, Wade, Guerre, Belt, Maggio, Cherry, Doyle, Duson, Blanchard, Davidson, Gill, Foote, Savoie, Rush, Gunning, Scougal, Prudhomme, Cunningham, Matthews. Scenes from " The Importance of Being Earnest ' Scenes from " The Importance of Being Earnest ' Scenes from a " Romance in Porcelain " Scenes from " ' Op ' O Me Thumb ' Scenes from " Pauline Pa vlovna " Scenes from " Twelfth Night " Training School Dramatics The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam Pandora and Epimetheus May Day May Day m j£r vw French Circle Play The Natchitocheans EDWIN McCLUNG First Bass LESLIE SPINKS First Tenor PROF. GEORGE C. PROUDFIT Second Bass MRS. GEORGE C. PROUDFIT Accompanist CECIL McCLUNG Second Tenor ssr EK S3 «•■. s i? -M » L) u o C u L o 1) ' o U Glee Club Quartet Spinks, Rickey, Montagne, Hammett. Wk I(YPOR(ViP u ■M CO V o u be i— i o U :j ' l?t2 V J ? rs-{- I flTHLETO SOTPOUDMiq 1 1925 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September 26 — L. S. U. at Baton Rouge. L. S. U. 27, Normal 0. OCTOBER 2 — Lon Morris College at Normal. Normal 20, Lon Morris 0. OCTOBER 9 — Rusk College at Normal. Normal 6, Rusk O. OCTOBER 16 — Louisiana College at Normal. Normal 39, La. College 12. OCTOBER 23 — South Park College at Normal. Normal 14, South Park 0. OCTOBER 30 — Jefferson College at Normal. Normal 12, Jefferson 0. November 6 — Nacogdoches Normal at Normal. Nacogdoches 7, Normal 6. NOVEMBER 1 1 — Arkansas Aggies at Magnolia. Arkansas Aggies 0, Normal 0. THANKSGIVING Day — Southwestern at Lafayette. Southwestern 27, Normal 7. TURPIN " Rags, " who captained the Demons through a most successful season, finished his fourth year of " Demon Football. " His team-mates fought with him through victory and defeat. He finished with many well-earned honors. BLEAKLEY " Sid " was always there when it came to " skirting " the end for a few yards. He showed up well at halfback. MILLER " Lil Miller " possessed the ability of skipping through and around the oppo- nents ' line for many substantial gains. KEEGAN " Si " made his first letter and justly de- serves it for his work at center and guard. MARICELLA " Mona " was one of the Demons ' hard- est fighters, playing guard. He kept the fight up through the game. KILLEN " Hub " finished his last season at Nor- mal. He will be long remembered by his fighting spirit and his hard tackling which has earned him many honors. " Caie EASTIN th ded ajan was there when we nee few yards. He can hit that line, and has showed fine work as a defensive player. PREVOST " Trotsky " was a great center, and few players came through his position. He was out but one quarter during the whole season. WEAVER " Tub " filled his position at tackle in great style. He went through the op- ponents ' line time after time, playing his last season with the Demons. MENDOZA " B. B. " was one of the players that was always ready to get the pass. He played in the spirit of a true Demon Hero. -3££££r CALDWELL " Red " seldom failed to break up runs around his end of the line. He was lightning on defense and always down under the punts. AIKEN " Shorty " came through at guard and tackle in fine style. He was a good con- sistent player. JONES " Jolly Red " played a dependable game at end. We are glad that he will be with us next season. SIMS " Dog Sims " played halfback and quar- ter. From all indications we will have a great quarterback next season. HANCHEY " Hanchey " filled his place as being a real guard. He played his last season with the Demons. " Hanchey " kept his team-mates fighting. Champions Left to right — H. L. Prather, coach; K. Hanchey, center; Aiken, guard; H. Hanchey, guard; Hart, guard; Simmons, guard; Galdwell, guard; Miller, forward; Bleakley, forward STATE NORMAL COLLEGE 1926 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE January 8— Shreveport Y.M.CA. at Normal. Normal 40, Y.M.C.A. 15. January 13 — Southwestern at Lafayette. Southwestern 31, Normal 52. JANUARY 14 — Southwestern at Lafayette. Southwestern 33, Normal 27. JANUARY 15 — Louisiana College at Pineville. Normal 45, La. College 33. January 16 — Louisiana College at Pineville. Normal 38, La. College 31. January 21- — Southwestern at Normal. Normal 50, Southwestern 17. January 22 — Southwestern at Normal. Normal 31, Southwestern 27. JANUARY 23 — Louisiana Tech at Normal. Normal 38, Louisiana Tech 17. FEBRUARY 1 — Louisiana College at Normal. Normal 29, La. College 28. FEBRUARY 2 — Louisiana College at Normal. Normal 41, La. College 22. February 11— L. S. U. at Baton Rouge. Normal 37, L. S. U. 27. February 12— L. S. U. at Baton Rouge. Normal 33, L. S. U. 31. FEBRUARY 18 — Stephen F. Austin Normal at Normal. Normal 45, Lumberjacks 18. February 19 — Stephen F. Austin Normal at Normal. Normal 45, Lumberjacks 24. K. HANCHEY " Hanchey, " lengthy center for the Demons, usually got the toss-up and was a hard fighter throughout the game. He was always there cheering his teammates on. SIMMONS " Old Monkey Face " played a great game at guard and was always in the thick of the fray. He will return for the 1927 season. BLEAKLEY " Sid " could be counted on for his share of point getting. The Demons lose one of the best forwards they have had in several years when George gets his A. B. this spring. MILLER " Lil Miller " was a dead shot at the basket and was lightning itself personified. His team- mates fed him the ball on most occasions, and he seldom failed to register the count. H. HANCHEY Hayes was a consistent guarder and stopped the Demon opponents from running up a long score. He will be back in 1927. CALDWELL " Red " was there at guard. He is fast and active. The Demons will have him back with them next season. £2L HART Duncan always did his part in holding down the scoring of opponents. His guarding was excellent when once he got going. KILLEN " Hub, " football star, did his bit in making the Demon squad outstanding this year. Al- though not as brilliant in the cage as on the grid- iron, he was there nevertheless. McKELLAR " Mac " was a hard worker and a real fighter. He will help brighten prospects for the Demons next season. - v38us2fcy AIKEN " Shorty " is hard to beat at center and guard and will mean much to the Demon Five next season. Although playing his first year at Nor- mal, he made his " N " . DICKEY " Freshie " is little but quick as a flash. He will be back for the 1927 basketball season and will make some one work for a place at forward. WALKER Walker, although playing his initial year on the squad, showed some real stuff. He will be back with the Demons next year. BORDELON " Bordy, " although he did not make his letter, could be depended upon in a pinch. He is re- turning for next season. SIMS " Dog, " Normal ' s big hope on the gridiron for next season, is no slouch on the basketball floor. 1927 will find him coming back strong in the cage realm. TAYLOR " Athlete " put himself into the game at center. He was a conscientious player and fought hard. t " TV e cC H CO U co CO CO Four- Year Letter Men From left to right— Turpin, Killer.. Bleakley. Hanchey. Weaver, Mendoza, Prevost. Normal " N " Club Top down — Spinks, Lestage. Keegan, Barham, C. Simmons, Jones, Caldwell. Aiken, Eastin, Weaver, Turpin, Killen, Miller, Bleakley, Sims, Hanchey, Montagne, Mendoza, Bordelon. Prevost, Maricella. -■ t2 » w " G f Eclectic Literary Society Basketball Team Winners of 1926 Inter-Society Basketball Tournament. Left to right — Redding, Aldredge, Roberts, L. Chambers, Myers, Roan, Geoghagan, Bray, Mock, D. Chambers, Morris. Seekers After Knowledge 1 926 Basketball Team Contenders for Championship. Back row, left to right — Callendar, Thompson, Yourtee, Wilson. Center top — Berry, Dalton, Cunningham. Center bottom — Wilson, Bowen, Lucker, Griffin. Bottom row — Whitman, Baker, Hooper, Gray. 1 Modern Culture Club 1 926 Basketball Team r From left to right — Whitman, Banister, N. Coco. Buie, G. Chutz, Crump, Salter, Shows, Sinclair, Reynolds, Sheppard, M. Chutz, Greer. Caspari Literary Club 1 926 Basketball Team From left to right— Wyner, Whitaker, Carol, Stalsby, Sullivan, Hall, Patterson, Strother, Corley. isfej- - " Gymnastics Gymnastics J I ' I SNAPSHOTS On The Farm Track ' »••• ' 53 INNOCENCE. P£RSOMIFiED(0 unior Circus Circus Day J8 Z f b r ( ( r m Tin ., i, I ' m NORMAL THE STATE ' S BEST INVESTMENT. o M .W My teac ier " «m and « t John ' s j i ( . " too fjiAf " " " " -. V 3 1 %A % a y N —-j i --A Ni, J15 ■ , - — 1 f RR 1 Avoyelles Wholesale Grocery LIMITED Co., Alexandria, La. Eunice, La. Ville ] 3 latte, La. Bunkie , La. Natchitoches, Li i. Snow Drift and Royal No. 10 Flour Red Star Roasted Coffee Rice and Coffee Mrs. Tucker ' s Shortening WE I SELL TO MERCHANTS ONLY WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS THE PEOPLES BANK Natchitoches, Louisiana Telephone 64 Capital Stock, paid in Undivided Profits, all earned $30,000.00 $70,000.00 S. Aaron, President V. L. 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CALVERT, Manager 108-110 Washington Street Phone 447 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA EXCHANGE BANK Organized 1892 Capital, Surplus and Profits, $170,000.00 " A Bank of Personal Service " NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Standard Bakery The Bakery for Quality and Quantity Raisin Bread, Golden Crust Bread, Whole Wheat Bread, and the best of rolls, cakes and pies baked every day. We deliver to all parts of the town WE FURNISH NORMAL COLLEGE ITS BREAD J. J. Johnson, Manager Natchitoches, Louisiana Foster C Glassell Co. Incorporated Wholesale Grocers Natchitoches Louisiana Distributors of Menu Flour the best plain flour on earth Pikes Peak Flour the best Self-Rising flour on earth you appreciate SERVICE you will give us your business Telephone 161-431 Natchitoches Motor Co., Limited Morris Aaron, President D. W. Breazeale, Vice-President J. B. Pressburg, Secretary-Manager PROMPT EFFICIENT RELIABLE LINCOLN - FORD - FORDSON Cars Trucks Tractors Accessories " DRIVE IN " FILLING STATION Cor. Front and Lafayette Sts., Natchitoches, Night and Day Service Louisiana McClung Drug Company We appreciate your business in the past and will try to merit it in the future. McCLUNG ' S Phone 361 Natchitoches, Louisiana. Winbarg Brothers Staple and Fancy Groceries WHERE NORMAL GIRLS GROW FAT ' Phone 36 ' Phone 136 Natchitoches, Louisiana Crystal Ice Bottling Co., Ltd. Natchitoches, Louisiana. PHONE 52 If you would keep cool and comfy and nice, try our cold drinks and well-frozen ice. S. dC H. Kaffie Department Store " Ask Us, We Will Probably Know " We carry largest lines of DRESS GOODS and READY-TO-WEAR in this city Agents for Paul Jones Middies and Dresses The Famous Phoenix Silk Hose Shelby Shoe for Ladies Munsing Wear for Ladies and Gents Special Attention to Mail Orders Telephone 25 Natchitoches, Louisiana Hughes Dry Goods Co. Home of Good Merchandise Shoes Clothes Pure Goods and Notions PHONE 101 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Jensen £ Barnhill, Incorporated FURNISHINGS College Students ' Headquarters PHONE 160 Natchitoches, La. Levy Drag Company ' THE REX ALL STORE ' Stationery and Toilet Articles " 92 " Hair Tonic Phone 131 Natchitoches, Louisiana City Grocery ' The Home of Good Eats ' PHONE 302-429 Natchitoches, Louisiana IN NATCHITOCHES ITS THE Peoples Hardware and Furniture Company " The Winchester Store " Edison and Columbia Phonographs We have new records on sale twice monthly Telephone 210 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA S. A. DIPAOLA " CHARLIE ' S " Dealers in Groceries, Fruits and Confectioneries Transfer for Freight Shoes repaired by Goodyear Machine Natchitoches, Louisiana Robert E. Aldredge JEWELER Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Complete line of Diamonds Jewelry and Watches Gifts that Last — Service, not Excuses 304 Front Street Natchitoches, Louisiana. Progressive Shoe Shop To be progressive have your work done by the Progressive Machine. Work called for and delivered. SAM MAGGIO, Prop. Natchitoches, Louisiana Edgar Levy D. L. Suddath AMUSU THEATRE LEVY and SUDDATH, Mgs. Seating Capacity 600 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Natchitoches Times " Everybody ' s Paper " C. M. CUNNINGHAM Editor and Proprietor Natchitoches, Louisiana A thoroughly modern job printing plant. We can and will do your printing — quickly and accurately. Morgan and Lindseys Variety Store For Dishes, Tinware, Graniteware, Hosiery, Candies and Small Hard- ware — Toilet Articles and Laces. Front Street Natchitoches, Louisiana Wards Filling Station Last chance to fill up on way to SHREVEPORT When you get to Ward ' s it ' s 100 miles to the next filling station. CHAS. UNTER Dry Goods, Notions Always something nerv in foot rvear Motor Inn Garage DODGE BROS. AUTOMOBILES Accessories, Tires and Tubes. CAS and OIL Phone 63 Natchitoches, La. P. O. BOX 195 MRS. P. C. ROGERS Exclusive Millinery Silk Hosiery and Notions Across from Inn Hotel Natchitoches, Louisiana If it ' s SERVICE you want We have it Plus the know how Willie ' s Pressing Shop NEAR NORMAL PHONE 401 JEAN ' S LUNCH ROOM T. P. Depot We fill ' em up PHONE 358 103 SERVICE STATION Cas and Oil We may dose but we never close Church Street Opposite Hotel Phone 103 Natchitoches, La. KEEGAN ' S PRESSING SHOP Ladies Clothes a Specialty) Phone 333 D. C. SCARBOROUGH Attorney-at-Law Phone 114 Natchitoches, Louisiana Breazeale Breazeale Attorneys-at-Law PHONE 85-W Natchitoches, Louisiana LIEBER ' S Ladies and Gents Ready-to-Wear Natchitoches, La. Chicago, 111. MRS. CARNAHAN EATS The Nearest to You Natchitoches Louisiana A. 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We will assist you with your cooking and serving problems, and invite you to write to us. We are splendidly equipped to ial(e care of replacement needs for Hotels, Restaurants and Cafeterias s%?JohnVan Rangefe EQUIPMENT FOR TH E PREPARATION AN D SERVING OF FOOD Detroit, Omaha, Chicago New Orleans, Cleveland ICE CREAM The Perfect Food " BESTYET " The Perfect Ice Cream — Manufactured by — LAY ' S ICE CREAM CO., Ltd. Natchitoches, Louisiana R. De Vargas Leading Jeweler and Optomerist Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry High class Watch and Jewelry Repairing 412 Front Street Next to Levy Drug Company Natchitoches, La. STILL YARBROUGH, Ltd. Robeline, Louisiana Highest Prices Paid for Cotton — Buyers of Country Produce. ALBERT MACKIE CO. Exporters Importers New Orleans, U. S. A. Going Home? I ' ll Carry you Jeff Aaron-Transfer Stationed at Nakatosh Cars Hotel SCHWING LUMBER SHINGLE COMPANY Manufacturers of Lath, Shingles, Planing Mill Stock, Box Shooks PLAQUEMINE, LOUISIANA Schuster ' s Wholesale Produce Co. " QUALITY " — OUR MOTTO Wholesale Fruits, Produce and Commission Merchants 508 Commerce Street Telephone 983 WE BUY AND SELL FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AND OUT OF SEASON Telephone , Telegraph or Write SCHUSTER ' S SHREVEPORT, -:- -:- -:- LOUISIANA i-ORECo EVERYWHERE YOU GO! Look for Loreco " Gasoline - - Motor Oil - Grease LOUISIANA OIL RK JNG CORPORATION kORtco Allen Manufacturing Company, Ltd. SASH DOORS Stock Designs of Millwork Shreveport La. (Compliments of J% (do. Manufacturers of JXboIpljus (Ehnoilates anb (§tl]er jJttgrt drabe (Eanbtes allas, - (Eexas u. or l v ' Fillers and Cappers Strong Simple Precise Sanitary Used in best Dairies Everywhere -j V ' J- ' ■ ■ " ;£- ' Dairy Supply Mfg. Co. 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