Northwestern State University - Potpourri Yearbook (Natchitoches, LA)

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Ihr slu- nrnts nf tlir Ennisiana ?tatr 8for- mal (Xnllrnr. nrniratr this, thr 1932 unlumr nf thr JJntnnnrri. l j0Mj j Mia£MeM0S F O REUIQ R.D TTn paint in hallmuru mrmnni thr iirrurii nf nur rnllrur bag)l mi thr Hill, tn instill a nrrnrr rrtirr- rurr fur thr frirnntihiuri mnlnrn in nur atiiuiriatimui mith thnsr mini al- iuai|ii mill rnuain urar and nrar tn us. aun bitin all muurrtrn mith nur Alma ittatrr in a rlniirr butt) nf rtrrual Inur aun frllmmihiu. thrsr arr thr pttrpOBfl aun aims nf this, thr 1932 uulmiir nf tlir JJntmuirri. CONTENTS ®V (Enllrg? • Sljr flllaaara Banttg IFatr Sfatmritea Mall nf Iffamr Jfaatarra Atljlrttra ( mk gwtrttea ©rgantzattmta {fat-GD-Smmt AiUtrrttamttntta iji m wawawMt k i S! an (Our Alma iflatrr. Eiiualtu ■g 3»uhrl Ultllianu.mi 1 fWm. fr. J iimiiiiiii Air: ITatrli mi thr Slunr d " Mt. Aluui iflatrr hrrr tm iy lllr fur thu laittiiiu hlriitttuu Brag, fllr kit tun nut mhrrr mir mit lin man un. Sut thmi It iiyluilu Hi ■Mil iur latum. llurhatiuiuu. thnu. nun rluuiurii mat Somwrafo frmu torala nf thr mint. $traufu»t auu trur mir matrhuinru r ' rr ithall lir CTn thrr. mir Alma iflatrr. £nt|alti|! ahu trrrii thnr iiiilriiiii rhnriui lilrun. Ahmit tlirr. flnmrir. thr ir mutm; hritu. (rtitr unirrs inurll thnr mitrmuriiiu r.traiii (Our hrartr. rrurat thr nln rrfrain. {Eh it pitrminr hiuh tn rami mi (Oh. -Xiinual. thmi haist huunr ml l traMa-it auu trur mir matrhmuru r ' rr ithall hr an thrr. mir Alma Iflatrr. Unualtii! .In aftrr ijrarB. mhru far amaii. ahy urrnrnrr iWritmi mill ttrar u ntaii: Attn U thr rrhn nf unr mum 111 ill. unlit tiriii ruuranr. Iran un mi; Auh In mir ruiirr ni»imi thru Earh mihllr turitiitrti iiiraiutiu Iruu. £traufant auu trur mir matrhmnrh r ' rr ithall hr a 11 thrr. mir Alma iflatrr. inttaltu! 1 sJk U . = - v . v -V-1 TIxb D OllE q B 22 ®lji Iffarultij JO ahr Drau nf liir (tnllrnr The Students of Louisiana State Norm i it i- w i i )i a - iponsibilit} thai I resp nd t " your kind invitation i adilrr-s jrou in the uw words. Man i- l nature inquisitivi res iv 1 1 • — delight i- found in explorations and conquests. In ih earliet and leu i i I i y I days tfa m facts took on »h form of ascertain inK ihr wealth and strength ol neighboring tribes jihI ol executing plana fot acquiring luch %v r.i Ith. Since these earlier t! .1 . man In- addressed liim-rlt in ihr discover] .mil nquest ..t the laws • •! nature i- ill ) .im l on land and sea, in th - :■ r and in ihr tirWI ol «i iencc and medii w now " int n ti !il out arms and weep becausi there art no more l m- and conquests t " be mad f Not so, are living in an .m " t most wooderful oppoi tunities, rbese opportunities come to jrour iliMir, the prospectivi teachers • out beloved state, knocking for rnn.ni Lei each one become •■ student " I hi own hidden potential) tn- e.k .mi in. I removi » r i obstacles " ln.li ■ -t I » rwiw would defeat thr fullness " i litr in store t " i rou. Ilu- world i- crying aloud foi th want ol lra»l f-. " S ■ 1 1 ait tin answei Mi-. .. rr. . onqui — Fkhh k it k AaTMl hum it (Jbr Span nf ffliimrn TO The Normal Students " May the opportunities for spiritual, social and cul- tural growth, and the happy associations which you have had in the Louisiana State Normal College, prepare you to be the standard-bearers of the noble aspirations, fine ideals, and high purposes, the teachings of your Alma Mater. In my deep devotions, appreciation and love for you, I wish you a most joyous life in your wider field of activity beyond the gates of your beloved college. " — Ethel L. Hereford. 23 i{ iflriuianr In The Normal Students The great aim of this college, as I see it. ia t develop upstanding men ami women. In the accomplishment t this high purpose it i- eaten tial, lii t. that there be developed in the student tin- urge 01 ambition to be -oil) ■ man nr woman. Hut ambition without knowledge is dead. the college must add to ambition that degree of knowledge which is neceaaarj to give life to ambition. But again, knowledge without work i» vain. Ami so not only the capacity but also the desire foi honest work must be given. And finally, work without love and j " in service is empty. So the student must be brought to a fuller reali tion of the lasting satisfaction of service well and joyous!} rendered. II Im I ' k m iur. iFarultij A. G. Alexander Professor of English p.. i.. Internationa] College, Smyrna, 1901; A B Doane College, 1907; a.m.. Peabody. 1981. L. J. Allemax Professor of Education A.B., Christian Brothers ' College, 1S92; Graduate of Louisiana State Normal, 1S98; A.M., Louisiana State University, 1929. Ixez Allen Assistant Professor, Extension Department A.B.. Louisiana State Normal. 192fi; Graduate Stuily, University of Texas, 1928; M.S.. Louisiana State University. John Buell Aycock Acting Principal of Training School A.B., Louisiana State University; A.M., Louisiana State University. H. L. Barr Associate Professor of Biology A.B. and A.M., Wabash College; Graduate Study, University of Michigan and University of Illinois. Leora Blair Associate Professor of Mathematics A.B., University of Arkansas, 1907; A.M., Univer- sity of Chicago, 1923; Graduate Work, University of Chicago, 1930. Melba Boaxchaud Instructor in Physical Education A.B., Louisiana State University, 1925; Columbia University, 1930. Flora E. Bowers Graduate Nurse Mrs. R. B. Boydston Postmistress Valoxa Brewer Assistant Professor of Violin Chicago Musical College; Columbia School of Mu- si. ; Plymouth. England; Royal Academy of Music, London; Licentiateshlp Guildhall School of Music, London. 25 jffarultu I I I II I I MrIIx.I s faslrartai m I r I iKK VIM HKI I I W III trutl ' ii in I ' liit ' i - M BV D till Mill C sr Ri Purchasing total R. C Chii DS itiii GraJi Suptrvuat l: I V M I S R Ml I.. C. Cl Ml ' Ut ' " ' I m ' v l M .1 PI 1 I I I I C X Kl II I D Tim A Gradi Sat n i I si ii i k Cooler ;,i , ' » I ' ■■ ' MMf • l g 1 Bl»l ' lltj • ' Olivi Long Coopi k .. , ,,, , i ' i„i ]ri and D " • " R. G. CoRKERN Itnslaul I " " • ' ' ' " 1 OT POUR I iFantltij Gertrude Dalton Dietician Ernest Dobles Instructor in Spanish A.B., Institute of Alajuela; Costa Rica Normal School; University of Mexico. A. L. Ducournau Associate Professor of Chemistry A.B., Louisiana State Normal; M.S., Unierslty of Iowa; University of Chicao, 1030. Miss Mamie Etheridge First Grade Supervisor B.S.. Peabody; A.M., Peabody. Martha Feltus Professor of History Louisiana State Normal; A.B., Louisiana State Uni- versity; A.M.. Louisiana State University; Gradu- ate Study, University of California; Columbia Uni- versity. 1925. F. A. Ford Dean Louisiana State Normal; A.B.. Louisiana State Uni- versity; A.M.. Peabody; Ph.D., Peabody, 1931. I Francis Gary Foirnet Professor of Physics B S.. Louisiara State [ ' siversity; M.S., Louisiana Slate Uni ersity; Graduate Work University " i Chicago and University of Texas. Albert A. Fredericks Professor of Agriculture B S. Louisiana State University; M.S. State Un ' verslty. 1926. 27 Jfarultu i is ( i i: • v Hi riii II i ii v ctad Grmdt Supervisor ' -Innrn mi. Hopi H i Pi fstistant Prt I ' " Bufoi ma I v m ■ olumb Mrs. II VI III B. II Ms Mullen b tfrs ' j Dormitory Ir 1r M Is I I I l I ' ..... m , ' r,, , rwi • Edufttiom it Iowa si :. i . T liiix. i -.1 v and in. • Doris III NR " Instruitur in I ' liyual I ' ..iui.itmn I | i . ntal Colli • I i nil I.. II i ri FORD I), an ' I II »rn n I RI II. HlRRH K irssor of Hi " i | illural hool; I ' Unl- Marlni Blologli al Laboi ■ 28 Jffantltij A.B., Mareda Hickerson Fourth Grade Supervisor University of Texas; A.M., University " l Texas. Eva Hill Assistant Registrar Ethel Holder Secretary to Director of Extension J. T. Hooker Professor of Education A.B.. Wofford College; M.R.E., Boston University; rh.D., University of South Carolina, 1929. Georgene Hughes Associate Professor of Geography and Education B.S., Peabody; A.M.. Peabody; Graduate Work. Columbia University and Oxford, England, 1926. Priscilla B. Hussey Professor of Biology A.B., University of Michigan; A.M.. Smith College; S.D., Harvard, 1923. Christian Jordan Director of School of Music B. of Music, Chicago Musical College; M. of Music. Knupper School of Music, Chicago, 191s. Rita B. Jordan Assistant Librarian 29 Mn i k i D Ki ii ii ..... . , fmjtuor • t.Hiflith V M , I n Kin. C ( i. Kn i i ,,-,,, l,il i mull, s ii i. ..ii I HELM A X. M si R Issislanl Prt I • ' ' EdmemtUm i: i .... imbta; rnla. J. S. KYSI r ...., iatt Pnft ■ ' ■ Gtogrmfhy . ., (I ..rk I ' nl- . C. M UMXM Prof t net • l,i:l: maitis V | H M.lilv I..II. -• M ' lUI nil. ..i K. I ■ ' •». !»!•. II. I). M RIIN ,, ■ Uflitk nn.l S I. I ..i l I KM. IMI. I.. S. Mn i m ,,,,.,,„ ■■ Ualkemmtia 1° Lillian G. McCook Assistant Professor of Music A.B., Louisiana State Normal; Cornell University. j mm • Mrs. Earl Morris 4 n V Secretary to President J w ?i ( N. B. Morrison Assistant Professor of Commerce A.B., College of Emporia; A.M., University of Iowa. 1930. 1 JFarultu K M I ' lKMNs titislawt Pi I ll i»iy nmd English | | John . Pi i ns l)u ■ ■ I ■: Inn M . I. . I )i nun PlNKSTON luslrmclot in Penmanship : I ... II. I.I I I ' k | III K Directoi i Athletic und r S( , Hi » II . I ' m. ■ Awn I. i ki i Pi; jos fssiiUmt Pnfesnr of t.ni lii i i: . Lou R i in L. Ropp . m i ; Pnfesnr of English i i i 11 ki n RuSSELI thiamin i: .••.Intnl. hi ' ( ill i;i Kl T. SAl 1 Ki •; I ' rofrssor of 3 iFarnltij Corinne Saucier Assistant Professor of French B.S., Peabody; A.M., Peabody; Graduate Work, Paris and Columbia. Nellie Senska Seventh Grade Supervisor A.B., Buena Vista; A.M., University of Washington, S. J. Sibley Treasurer Charles C. Stroud Professor of Physical Education A.B., Tufts College; M.D., Tufts College. H. J. Sudbury Associate Professor of Education and Psycholoc y B.S., University of Tennessee; A.M., Peabody, DeWitt Talmage Tarltox Associate Prof es. or of Social Science A.B., West Texas Normal; AM.. University " t Texas. Blanche Toy Instructor of Music A.B., Louisiana State Normal College. Mary Elizabeth Trousdale Third Grade Supervisor B.S., Peabody. Pearl Tram el Secretary to Principal of the Training School Harry H. Turpin Instructor in Physical Education and Hygiene A.B., Louisiana State Normal College. 33 Jffaniltu I )| I h RI S " R Mm i llntory ilumbl ' • ' Ch ri I s A. W USN1 R ■ .lunilton l 1 r J. w . Webb Issislmn Imutrj I ' m i ' i iss mi • . ' Brown i Mrs. Orr Carroll Wiluamson Fifth Gradt Smpi • i r ( Ieorgi Wn 1 1 ms.. ..• i .■,.■ , FJI and I ' | l: ROBER1 Willi I HORN I WlNSI i M ;.(. ' Professor of Latin i i i Catherini Zimmerman Winters ..i i mi Professor of Hist mii ' I I I W K D ,,,,,,,„ | lf uA and D-amali, hi B ■ I . Wrioh i Manmi.t ■ ' B TIxb Glasses nra ± SENIORS wm JC . i l i Abinoton PI U ■•• .. s„, ,„l s, , ■ lub; v , " I ' m i lti.l in b, Itxtnu. hin ' i y»u ' " KATHRYN An wis I I MIKI English, SncuU Seieua • mnii ■ ' lull English Club; Club " null i irl with i Into, friendly nun. " MkS. I. ul III H. l |,| | | t( ;| S Mi mini III v . ' , ' . Spanish ■ lul M ■ ' .-. hi. , ntvtt Ik ink Am inn i i BW.ll nee, larit « ;.■. Jun lul i v v " Although ht has 1 II ■ ir htm i urn plain I mhiiioui, persistent, and trastnanrthj, II, n ,■;■, i just tin mini . " a ' iWi ' ft ftYi lYft Elmo E. Bagley KEATCHIE Science, Agriculture " Hard work will make him successful. ' Evelyn Beauregard ALEXANDRIA Mathematics, Physics Sigma Sigma Sigma, There are two sides to the question— my side and the wrong side. " Dorothea Behrens MADISONVILLE Art Purple Jacket Club; Fine Arts Club: Palette Club- Parlia mentary Law Club; English Club; ••Potpourri " Staff. " Of all the arts in which the wise excel, Nature ' s chief masterpiece is drawing well. " Mary Kate Berkeley JONESBORO English, Latin Alpha Sigma Alpha; Latin Club; v. v. i •. A.; v. a. a " Loyally is an attribute which cannot be measured. " mmm 39 Mrs. ( ii " kci Hri.u M I VMlKIV Science, tfru allmri M. I i a h,ifinn hand. IK. ( il iiKl.l I K N l i wi.ki v English, SocuU Science I Is " Comlemlmrui it a mt, t nn " ) ( W ' n i i i P. Mm mi ii i i. HOKIH ION II I I l,i: I , ' ■i.iii. t, litflt.oy iimig Club Club " friend In man in imtA an.i died. " Sherwood Mi ruxiki N ll III MX. II f •» l.n , matii • l ' i i " Life is u iai we mat, if i «fe mm 40 m ( (£ rr Lee Berry NATCHITOCHES Science, Agriculture Football; Track; Basketball; Lambda Zeta. " Lee is a lady ' s man; He goes to see ' Bidder ' whenever he can. " Frances K. Bouanchaud NEW ROADS Music Delta Sigma Epsilon; President Choral club; Glee Club Newman Club; W. A. A.; French Circle; Literarj Societj Cotillion Club; Phi Kappa; Musk Club; Dramatic Club. " Her middle name is Music. " Mary Elise Bridges MINDEN Kindergarten, Primary T. W. C. A.; B. S. U. ; S. A. K. President. ' Leaders lip is a quality which all admire. " Troy E. Britt PEASON English, Social Science Lambda Zeta; Agriculture Club. " An honest man has a happy heart. " M Kt Hi sh S Ml IIIKH III - nflish, Sot ml s. • w • tub. " Helen If ills, the nn ' ml. " Im Hnrh Ml HI UK lll M K. 1.. - " " • i I Jl SMI C RN Ml N D1 inn ki English, Sfxtnish gllah ' i.. 1 frit n Jl) ;,( » tci A mum i " i many m, a Jennii C km i ii kv Kinder gorli n, Primary ' Si i, ii, . resolute, and srh ; I !ii ill Hfi iVi r ) £ ) £ Joe Cawthorx logansport Science, Agriculture Phi Kappa Nu; Y. M. C. A.; Parliamentary l..m Club; Eng lish Club; .Student Laboratory Assistant. Biolog) and Agri culture; Sports Writer. " The world is not quite large enough. " Flossie Chatelain MANSURA English, French Newman Club; French Club President. " effort brings success, fame is hers. " Virginia Coates WEST MONROE Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha; Purple Jacket Club; v. w. C. A, Cabi- net; Buthenics Club; w. A. A..; Cotillion Club. " A winning personality is worth more than gold, and unlike beauty, it never grows old. " Theo Colvin DUBACH English, Social Science B. S. V.; V. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; E. L. S. " Dependable, unselfish, friendly and scholarly — that ' s Theo. " mm 43 4 X %. S J I )«iRi i i f (. ' r w pord I. II Willi Social i " lul.. jr. w. • • u,.,,. I in ,ill attempts, especially ar , um, nis. " Si iiii M . R«»sin u Him Mil Chemistry, V i sum Pi • Idi ■ I ill HI Sill. I. HI i l " Success ill f " un,l in tin soul til | I nil not in tin ruilm of luik. " I II MiR (.Rul II I Rs 1 1 KKIIIU English, Social Scii ' Roll on. old world, and I ' ll roil with i IKI1 Cl f K I R M I K ' I ' m linf I » II hy ,u, n ' t JkiikKkiik I i E Q i dM u I W. M. Dawkins FLORA Mathematics, Physics Sigma Tau Gamma; Lambda Delta Lambda; M. C. « ' . liamentarj La w i Hub. " Tho ' modest, on his unembarrassed broiv Nature has writ ten, ' Gentleman ' . " Cleo David alexandria English, Latin Sigma Sigma Sigma; Alpha Phi Gamma Treasurer; Newman Club Cabinet; Delegate to F. C. C. ' . C. in New York, ' :;i. Delegate to Newman Club Province Convention, ' 30; W A.; Cotillion Club; Latin Club; " Current Sauce " Staff; Par- liamentary Law Club. " Reserve — in her manner, Congeniality — in her work, Winning her way to success With smiling ease. " Marjorie Dearing NATCHITOCHES Upper Elementary Theta Sigma Opsilon. ' is a great thing to have friends everyivhei Colexe Donaldson DRV PRONG English, Spanish W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.j Spanish Club " Her very frowns are fairer far Than smiles of other maidens are. " m in in in 45 %, m Ml I l M S (.1 OfTM V K W. A. A f. W. C. A ' Willi a hrii liln. ■! ptruumlitj llml " " uni.i tin m in, nl Ii, in, , It I. I ( ii i ii i Fawcbti MIKI M n i,t w M ■ ■ lul . i lub; ouni Pi opl Palatti Club. " Shi numb,r I,, i friend ■ Ii, r ,i, , iminlii ■■ K 1 1 1- 1 c momroi I ' pper ' ■ ' ' ' " ' " ' " .hi Mpha Bicma Mpha mun conn Potpourri " Slafl W SHU I. Ill 1 • S. MI..I I i . UIiIkc I •• :• ld i " oung I ' - " imustment is in the human what tmmliaht u I V. K. Ill ui k MOM rOOMI K M.il i, rnnlii I. ( ' .In r- , v i . « • In I.. .- m 1.1111I..1.1 I •. Iia 1..11111 Inn. 1 . •■ , 11 tvti happy m.l friendly. " r II II A .Villi Is Eddie Lee Flores natchitoches Mathematics, Chemistry V A. A.; Science Club. " All things come to those •who work. " Mary Lynne Fogle MINDEN English, Latin Y. V. C. A.; Dramatic Club; Latin Club. " She walks in beauty, like The night of cloudless skies, And all that ' s best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes. " Elfa L. Fontenot COVINGTON English, Social Science Purple Jacket Club; English Club; V. V i ' . A " Unswerving perseverance, ambition, and loyalty are hers beyond a doubt. " Frances Anna Garrett NEW ROADS English, French Delta Sigma Epailon; V. A. A.; Newman Club; Phi Kappa; French Circle " Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why pay the higher price? " pmmmm m |l II I I ( iluR(.l M I -II U.ll l, rn.I l. . . | I .1. i ' . I • ii» I. .mil.. In ■, iinii In i hi, nAi. " I.I ill I I (.1111 Wl MAUHALL, nZAJ fish, S»( " il S u t i PI Kapi v v v i ■ ' ■ ■ ■ " Flirtation it nit- Minn int ioui imttrntiom, " ( il R IRl Dl GlLl HOMI R hi I it .mi. .it. i i ui. I • lub; ' • rtrudt ahwayi meeti mile. " JOSI in ( Ik H R IT, FAMES ngluh, Social Si i f ii,. . , ii u innsUin, y In pur ■ ffilifllfll ® ( £ £ Ella Lena Grant BOYCE Music Glee Club; Orchestra; Band; W. A. A. " A light heart lives long. " Dorothy Griffin BOYCE English, Latin Theta Sigma Upsilon; English Club; Y. Y. C. " She is always friendly — just ask Erskine. " Lois Griffiths MANSFIELD English, Social Science Dramatic Club; Delta Sigma Elpsilon. " Always the same, even on bluest days. " JOSIE GUIDROZ LOCK PORT English, French ' An open-hearted maiden trui ift A mwmm 49 £ ( I l " I I I KII K MNEVtLLI I , n, ullur, hul ,1 r,,il In, n.l in I : • i I 1 1 1 mi Hatcher l I 1 l ' S limn,- Eeauamia . . . w • Cabinet i Butl •■nil,- is ih, trade-mark • « » • soul. " lliRH III MiKIX PINKVD l I Hum,- I: i tinnmit W. A. A.; 1 . C v Pui i " It i tin ill n, : ,:n. " l k i ii I Ik. il rOWER HUM) k Kindergarten, Primary Club; T. W. ( v v I ' l.iiniti. Cluli; 8. K " i, hi, i tun; tht hurls hi ' .liirl. Baft, ynii ' .l h,ll,r mm, I faml hunt ' " I ' i ' A fti ' l ■ ' ■■ III $o m . ;k ) Arlene Holloway CROWVILLE Home Economics ' She keeps the palace of her soul serene. " Louis T. Holmes LONGSTREET Mathematics, Chemistry Sib ' ma Tau Gamma: V. M. i ' . A.; M. C. C " Life is ' what ' we make it. " Mrs. J. T. Hooker NATCHITOCHES Home Economics ' Modesty is her brightest jewel; Kindness is her deepest theme. ' Ella Hudson SHREVEPOKT Mathematics, Biology v. v. C. A. Cabinet; Science Club. ' A quiet tongue sho ws a ' wise head. ra s% »A ill III All 5« w (3 Lillian Inmis I ' k ukii VILLI W.i ;, mull. i. 111 " . T. W. C. A .- v K ' Ketpiuj ■ vtrlastimgly m it lri fi W ' ll Ml K J U KM»N mi mi i i Si i,n,,. , fi. ullurf ■ lub Kill fin Phi i " In rn Vferl and in my fun I I a n I, nut for numb, i «» . " Iri m | VCOB Kimii isi 5 u Seine Ml.,1 . ..11111.111. I - ' i ui. ' Nom know tkee, but i lit, thtr. " Si i Belli Joi i i i I I 1 Mil III l It ' ll ., Club OI ■ ' ' in ' hi -n i Pui i „l, W. A. A.; Y. W. « " II:, mum »;., ■ i nil, in. t in in " ul. Ran genu »i lovi iprimg from .i ktart »f f««. " 1 iiYiiYiftift Genevieve Kearney NEW ROADS English, French Newman Club Cabinet; Delta Sigma Epsilon I ' i .-sidcnt ; I ra matte Club; v. A. A.; Pan-Hellenic; Glee club. " The reason firm, the temperate ivill, Endurance, foresight, strength, and skill. " Raleigh Knott NATCHITOCHES English, Social Science Lambda Zeta; Parliamentary Law Club; Y. M. ( " Just being happy is a fine thing " Jessie LeBlanc NATCHITOCHES English, Latin Newman club Cabinet; Editor " Current Same " ; President Tbeta Sigma Upsilon; Alpha l ' bi Gamma; Pan-Hellenic; Pres- ident Latin Club; Student Council; Purple Jacket Club; Dele- gate to Newman Club Conventions at Lafayette and Norman, Oklahoma; Press Club; Parliamentary Law Club; Faculty Representative; Winner of Mattie O ' LHiniel Rinsland Scholar- ship; Favorite. ' 32. " An ideal student, a good ivorker, and, above all, a sin- cere friend. " Louise Lockavood SHREVEPORT Home Economics Newman Club Cabinet; W. A. A.; EntheniCS Club " A girl w io is ivise, loyal, and true. " Julia Mai Mason ilum M in lit mult, i, Ckemistrj ■ w It c H.r air. Inr rnann,r,all -.. ,lmir,.l. •Imus llinuiih my. and n.nlli tlmunh rilir,.!. ' M Kt M s.i WIMMS80R0 I ' « r hi, in, ntaiy ■ hi . i;i. . Club; r. W. ( u v v v . . r 1 1 . " Ski tiriin,j. all ,r ( annul list, iiiniint In, " kl 111 M KSII Mn l» Ml Hum, h. i, n,i miu V ■ i . i 1U |, To inov. w u- tu hidt „n, ' s ability is ,)i,,u siiil. LBO .M ki uu BOU M.r.l:, malt, . Si ' tit mbtfa i . • ' In amUl ' lOUi man mil suuly find Itapfmrss. " ' JiiTlftTiiYft 54 m Mary Leigh Marshall stonewall Home Economics Pi Kappa Sigma; Kut lnni, s Club; Y. W. ( ' . A. " Calm, cool, and collected, she will surely rise in this ' world. " Edna McClung HOMER English, Social Science Purple Jacket Club; Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U. Council. ' What she wills to do or say seems wisest, virtuouest, best. " Dessie McKenzie HOMER Mathematics, Chemistry Vice-President Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Lambda Delta Lambda; E. L. S. ; Science Club; Dormitory Council. " For science is like virtue — its own exceeding great reward. " Glenice Mooney ZWOLLE Kindergarten, Primary B. S. U. Cabinet; Y. V. C. A.; Life-Saving Corps " What comes from heart goes to heart. " ' ' , ra 11? 1 m m m 55 R i iii P. Mom in t walish, Sm i.ii v, j u . w : ' ii kartk ord Ants sin I hat i Joi Mo i i IX II U II ■nil ) . BU i Club; I ' i inittlli ' iub; i Y. M. C. A.. 81 u.l. i lul. " Hi shiill miii i,i in hti iii iim. " I )()Kci| in Ml Rlll V li 1 1 1 1 K lll I f , i Elf met ' II slii tanuat tin. I ii way, tht will matt " i». Mi K n i Mmhs 111 KIIIIIIK I " dnii i in, n,l. ,; -..,j) i ,i friend. " W " hiamn Belle Nance DIXIE Mathematics, Biology Purple Jacket Club; Science Club; V. Y. c. A.; W A A S. A. K. " The best way to keep good arts in mind is to refresh them with neiv ones. " Llla Mae Nance DIXIE Home Economics Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Euthenics Club. " And e ' en her failings Lean on virtue ' s side. " Rivers Nesom NESOM Science, Agriculture Dramatic Clul ; Y. M. C. A.; Football; Track; Phi Kappa Nu. " A self-made man and he worships his creator. " Bertha Osborn ST. JOSEPH Home Economics President Purple Jacket Club; Y. W. C. A.; Euthenlcs Club. " She ' s gentle and she ' s shy, but there ' s mischief in her eye. " mmmiit 57 i Is I )| I l ' (.l KIIIH UNI II, r iii,, h,lnk,ns all thimi ' .Inn an. I Ella P kjhinohi I u t k PORT ■ mi r i ial . . k . . ■ di rclal Cla n Clafe. " I noould hi friend to all. " l IN I ' VRKI R I I I -Ml I I tlmtki ■•:.(. ' . ' . t, lli ' ili,, y • h.n.il nub; M. • v W ii.i,. r ■ t — I ■ ' lul.. " ink nn hi Hit warrant than my o«cn (onu irn, t. " L J. I ' RR 111 Ml 1 Wflisk, I ■ ' if I annua, n ■ n l.i.l, s MM I ' i ' in tin mullitu.it. " a ii!YliTaaYA w m m m m m g Mary Elizabeth Prather NATCHITOCHES English, Social Science Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dramatic Club; Student Council. ' Individual attraction, gracious manner, genuine, sincere- just ' Red ' . " Dolie Rambin POWHATAN English, Social Science s. A. K. " She is true to her friends. " Alton Rockhold jonesboro English, Social Science Y. M. C. A.; Football; Basketball; Track; Tennis; Baseball; Vice-President Senior class; Student Council, ' 31, ' 32; " Pot- pourri " Staff; President English Club; N. R. O. ; Kappa Beta Phi; Phi Kappa Nu; " N " Club; Parliamentary Law Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, ' 29, ' 30, ' 31, ' 32. " A handful of good life is better than a bushel of learning. " Laurasteen Schrader URANIA Home Economics " Self-trust is the essence of heroism. " £ ( M ( ii k i dim Si m in HATCHITOCHn wflisi, s " ' " Si i i i re it u n ' ii. i ti.iuilii than to w Aw. i M i Si IBI ki Kll«t I l Kiri.hr, art i n. I ' n v , M ■ • Kl«hl Librarian " Staunch and tttmdj. " VlRGINI Si i Mi . i BBLMA .• .. Social Science w . l.; 1 w C v i: .- i if m h Cln •• merry heart . ■■ tvn r thi I i: ;u , | ,i tad " i. " I. II M Si KTON HINDI N «mf I i, int. mm X XV. C. A W. A. A ub; Euth film i in. H. " Great thaaahtt, great ferlimas, cami i " her, lit, inttinits, uri,r...i ' fafikihi to Pauline Simmons NATCHITOCHES Mathematics, Science E. L. S. : Science Club. " To know how to hide one ' s ability is ( real skill. G. D. Sims ATHENS Science, Agriculture Football; Track; Baseball; M. C. ' . ; Sigma Tau Gamma " His actions spell his character. " L. B. Skinner NATCHITOCHES Science, Agriculture Y. M. ( ' . A.; S. A. K. " The secret of success is constancy to purpose. " Edwin Stewart GOOD PINE English, Social Science Football; Baseball; v. M. ( ' . A. cabinet; Lambda Zeta; " N " Club. " A rare combination, good humor, hard worker, always agreeable. " mmmjk ' m 1 Klsi o Si . M R I IN Jim M -nil s S ' rwman Club; Buthrnlra Club: P»rl Club. " Tli. fOtrdt that frll from h,r lips urrr . R. J. SXOKJ R [Ml . i, n. , liiri, u!:.. I . • . ! . |ub; M ■ v Laml I u ;, nnly muss for Aiiith. then I unuld livt I.I ] I 9 l Ki SluKI N iM.J Kl IS Matin mntii i. Cht m l.-llli ' " ' ■ ' ill. " iiork founts, sutitss is his. " EVELYN Si i ki M OKI I S ..( .. i ' t.i ' .v r. w. v • flu i, ■ lh, m« ' i yu III. mm H AIvrtis Taylor HAYNESVILLE English, Social Science V. V. C. A.; Y. W. A. " Duties fulfilled are pleasures in her memories Jack Thompson BOYCE English, Social Science Newman Club Cabinet; Thota Sigma Upsilon; English Clul Cotillion Club. " Now isn ' t it odd, Hoiv my tongue ivill chatter? " Audrey Wacley MANY Mathematics, St ion e L. Z. Walker WYATT Science, Agriculture Football; Basketball: Track; Y. M. C. A " A man of courage is also full of faith " IftlTilfl 63 ' an I RNEST1NI W ii i i i R ' K.M 1 » ■. ' i " ■ v w Collll ■ lui.. 8iud . i ii hi. Pari la m " Orifinmlity u . fift, imdet , . " M R(. ri i W ' u i i wis K» Mil llnrni h . nrt ' iini. i w. a. a r. w. ..„ . i„i I harm — In hi r ready i milf. ■lil fill f-nsf — In her i Imriii i, r. " H i i VVlMBl ki I WII ' ll tri Clnl M. i ' " Happineu « theater than u rry » why i - • lllljll, I -II,, ' " Gbni Wrich i s mi HfTCM his CAi • i Urn. I it. Junk, nn.l h, ■■ , l laVr died.- wawwkwssk .( d Katherixe Yearwoou COUSHATTA English, Social Science W. A. A.; English Club; Y. W. C. A. ' She loves to talk and talk, and especially about a man Lucille E. Young MANSFIELD English, Social Science Y V. C. A.: W. A. A.; Dramatic t ' luh; " Current Sauce Reportei " Happy am I, from care I ' m free, Why aren ' t they all content like me? " iiimiii 6S Senior Dcn C ictirit: lllltllllllll I I Ill HI! Mill III ltd (y " i »•. oti the MM dial gddressing the Senior btn s te2fc ■4-J.»V ? .JW 1932 ' Prof. H. ipp d " 1 a v " " " ,i; prospective professor ' ■(round the j]a K pole " Salute " S2£ sr?r?r? -% , v " % JUNIORS ffl luttior dlaiui I- 1 m i Adams MIMM v III -iiii u . ■ u . v Clah Agnes Allen 11 i i | ' i ■rnii) RUSSEL BAII is S Mi lllloi ills l. ri, utturr Mary Margaret Anderson I IVIM.Miis Hum, Enuomict Buthi nli ■ Club; W. A. A.: otllllon Clul Club Howard Ates IIIV..V ■ ' « " Cun ■ . ' ,,iii,. ,1 N M ' v Evelyn Alleman |(.| III II I I I ■ ,,,,, I ,in„u.i,n I Nowmni " . A " " .! " M 1 ? n . : i ncllan Club Latin Club; Di | 68 }}} ilunutr (Elaas Virginia Benner LOCANSPORT English, Latin Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Latin Clul ; B. S. U. Cabinet Lois Bonds NATCHITOCHES Home Economics Theta Sigma Upsilon; Euthenics Club. Hilda Brannon JACKSON English, Social Science English Club. Mitch Brister ALEXANDRIA English, Social Science Cheer Leader, ' 31; Turple Jacket Club; Assistant Business Manager " Potpourri " ; V. W. C. A.; V. A. A.; Tennis; Cotillion Club. Mary Brooks OLLA English, Social Science Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Social Science club Ruth Brown HAYNESVILLE English, French Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; French Circle. 69 luttior (tlau Kathleen Buckner M I MlKI luta Mildred Buckner l 1 VM1KIV limn, iiiinomiu Lofton Burnette S, ;, II, I . I ilt I, ullm i Mil Kill i Nil v M I V Clarice Lee Burnum PINEVtl I I ft ' r Bit rmnhiry K. I., s. Miriam Cain hi KinniK lisk, Sf.intslt ; |,:i VI- .11, .11. «IUI.. | Edna Earle Collins cm. cm l,,: , mmtii t, Seumu 7 ' 1 BJuntnr (Ulaafi Frances Cromwell LOGANSPORT English, Latin Margaret Cudd MONROE English, Latin Delta Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Phi Gamma; T. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Cotillion Club; Press Club; Choral Club; " Current Sauce " Staff. Charles Cunningham NATCHITOCHES English, French Lambda Zeta; French Circle; " Current Sauce Editor. Warren Cutrer MANY Commerce Lambda Zeta; Commercial Club. Mary David ALEXANDRIA Music Sigma Sigma Sigma; Glee club; W. A. A.; " Cur rent Sauce " Staff. Harriet D avidson Physical Education y. W. C. A. Cabinet; W. A. A. Cabinet; Demonette Club; Bin. Ridge Delegate; Methodist Choir; Pres- ident of Young People ' s Conference, ' 7,2. 71 Ittttinr (Xluiui Ruth Davis MIKUI I Kln.liii ilil, It I lob; T. W. O. A.; 1 IT. Olive Gilmour Decuir H l IOSI1IKI M.r.i . ■■■ me ■ Hub; n. m man Club; v v Claudia DeGuerce MIKI VI PORT I ft i i I li mittlnry William J. Dodd sV VKI Pot| iii " Staff .i.iii Ethel Durham lit MIHK III i limn, I ' -.I a M mil s Euthi nli - • tub. Pearl Durio KS VI UMI I I .m .. 1 1 mh Upallon; Engl lab Club; i i Hi. . . ! ' ..■ linn i urpli ub; i •■■ hi -i- Club. Humor (Ulaaa Mildred Faust LAKE CHARLES Art Theta Sigma Upsllon; Phi Kappa; Art Editoi " Pot- pourri " ; Fine Arts Club; French Circle; Vice-Presi- dent Parliamentary Law Club; Orchesis Club; W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Pallette Club; English Club. Doris Fincher MANSFIELD Upper Elementary S. A. K. Anna Barbara Fitzgerald ALEXANDRIA Kindergarten, Primary Sigma Sigma Sigma; W. A. A.; Newman Clul ; " Current Sauce " Staff; Alpha Phi Gamma; s. A K.; Press Club; Parliamentary Law Club; Cotil- lion Club. J. H. Flores NATCHITOCHES Pre-Medical Dramatic Club. Armildy Fusilier VILLE PLATTE Upper Elementary Newman Club; Louisiana Club; Forensic Club. Leon Gamble LON ' GSTREET Mathematics, Chemistry Sigma Tau Gamma; B. S. L ; Freshman Commis- sion. 73 IttttUv Clkuiii Jamie P. Garrison HINDI n Alvins Ruth Gcx d S U MUCH MM ;. ,. S.,. nil Si I, II, • I ■ ' !•!• Kathleen Grace p| Mji i MINI m. Economics {.-in Blgm . wmnn rlub i hman . ' omi ' Junloi i ii. Parliament Club; w Addie Gremillon PI i CHtVILLI N ' " in. ill I Hub Topsy Hancock i;i in s Kindcrgtrte , l ' X . i ' ■ L; OIm i !lub, Edwvna Harris MIKI M IHlKT Kluder§mrU " . I ' " W. A. A ' ' lull 74 era iluntnr (Ulaaa Inez Harris MINDEN English, Social Science W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; English Social Science Club. Rosalie Harris MINDEN English, Latin W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Latin Club. Doris Harrison MONTGOMERY Music Alpha Sigma Alpha; Orchestra; Y. W. C. A. Birdie Hathorn ALEXANDRIA Kindergarten, Primary W. A. A.; S. A. K.; Y. W. C. A. Raphie Lou Hirschman NATCHITOCHES Art Phi Kappa; Fine Arts Club; Dramatic Club; Pallette Club. Alene Holland OAK GROVE English, Library Sigma Sigma Sigma; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; W. A. A. T IitnUnr GUma Edgar Huddi eston S Ml llll " Martha Louise Hudson NEW OKI I « ; ;. aim • . . ' Mill 1.1 ' Clara Jesse M MK knnlii T. W. I v U Hudson Johnston PI l HI M INC S :. ' I, . . I u U uU . Phi i ■ ■■• " l ball; ub. Alverne Jones |ii I ■ W I Dorothy Jones MOK rOOMI KY i ■ s v. I 76 3Jmmir (Ulnaa Lillie Mae Jones FRANKLINTON Home Economics W. A. A.; y. AY. A.; Y. v. c. A.; Euthenlcs Club. Fern Jordan ROB KLINE English, Social Science Ray Kahn MORCAN CITY English, Latin Theta Sigma Upsilon; Newman Club; Latin Club W. A. A. Ouida Keel VIVIAN Upper Elementary Theta Sigma Upsilon. Dorothy Kilgore LISBON Music Alpha Sigma Alpha; Orchestra; Hire chili; Band; V. v. C. A.; Philharmonic Club: v. a. a. Mattie Mae Lacour NATCHITOCHES English, French M. C. C. 77 .lluuiiir (Hans Annette de Launay LAM Mil lit k tliik, I 1 • it h Noelie LeBlanc PAINCOI kimi i I Hi-- I -nut ' .III in i " ■■II ■ v ill nt Km hi ni. - ( " lu ration, New I ' oum n Louise Liverman l l S I • , r I I. mi nlary ■ W . ' . A. Lora Lowery 1 VSsl II I II llntn, linnnmili Blvma Blgnu B Club; T. W. r v.. . . ' Club. Leola Marcelle Mill M ,ii I duration i .. mom ll • lub IT. W. I Club: . Gertrude Martin tx s u Momm 1 1 lli.ti, i nmtm ' ut dlmttor (ElaBH LlLBURNE MlDDLETON DE RIDDER Commerce Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pan-Hellenic; V. A. A. S. A. K. Mary Lyle Miller WATERPROOF Physical Education Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. Cabinet; Demonctte Club; Choral Club; Methodist Choir. Ray T. Miller DRY CREEK Science, Agriculture Sigma Tau Gamma; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Student Council; Football; Basketball; Track. Grace Mitchell HAMMOND English, Social Science XV. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; English Club. Ruth Morgan DRV PRONG Home Economics r W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Euthenics Club. Mrs. Rena Mortimer CLOSTER, MISS. Upper Elementary 79 Junior CfUau Dorothy Morris COI I INMI ' S Ipt ' lish W. ( v u . Ykrnon Mc Bride li HIT 5 h fhultui, Roma Mc.Kinney HURON v. v C. . Tl ' lob; K. Eula Lea Newman i i i - ii i i Horn I • ttumici Butbi Dli - Club: v w Maxine Owen HIKDI M i tliih, Ii! ' English lii ' . ' bora] ' lui Wilma Pace , .. .. . ,i i ini.. T. W. C. A 1 80 I iliminr CO lass Helen Parker S1IREVEPORT English, Social Science Theta Sigma Upsilon; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; English Club; Parliamentary Law Club. Neva Perry ROCHF.LLF. Art Fine Arts Club; Pallotte Club. Lucille Rambin POWHATAN Commerce Commuters ' Club. John B. Reilly MER ROUGE Mathematics, Chemistry M. C. C. Gladys Roach W1SNER Music Y. W. C. A.; V. A. A.; Demonette Club; Glee Club Arline Robinson JONESBORO English, Latin W. A. A.; Parliamentary Law Club; Demonette Club. Si Junior (£Iuhh Anna Louise Rogillio Ml RMOOI Iff ' f " " ' ■ V • V I Int.. Frank M. Rougeot III KKY SCUM I ■I ' D 111!:. I I ' llll.. Arthur Seward 001 m nun S, i,ll,,. 1 ,111, lilllil, Phi i D.; T. M C. A mi II. Lucille Sexton l l IK I I » ■ ••:, . tuimiet •rii. m situ,:. Upallon; . w w v ; p«r- ii. ii i mil. ni. » Club. Cecil Sibley s u imm in I Science, t ttn matu s iui. Allie Slay IBM Miilh,maliri, BUItfJ v R I Duuinr (Elana Lee Slay TORO Music Choral Club; Glee Club; M. C. C. ; Latin Club; Orchesls. Edna Jewel Smart ARCADIA Com merer Alpha Sigma Alpha; Commercial Club; T. W. C. A. Johnet Smart LOCANSPORT Mathematics, Chemistry T. W. C. A.; Latin Club. Lisso Smith HANNA Commerce Lambda Zeta; Parliamentary Law Club; Dramatic Club; Y. M. C. A. Minta B. Speir COLLINSTON ' Mathematics, Physics Y. W. C. A. Opal Sutton ALEXANDRIA Mathematics, Science , ' 83 .lluuiur (UlaBfl Maxine Tannehii I WIWIII I l Steul St iemet w v i English " lui . Sara Thompson U H KV ' PPer t.Umcnliiry Nannie Trayi ok ii u HEflvn l i nglish, I i • n h . . .. " . ■ French Clul l !o( Eulalia Tuck ik 1 I I s II I I l r i|.ii.i Blgma a ' in. in Com i OIih I in ' ' ■ h« -it. i . sm. I. hi ' ••nil Clarence Tullos m i r s I Mary Belle deVargas u HtTTX in I .hi, Sptuusk N. mil h " lut. ifmrinr (Hla«« Monroe Webb Science, Agriculture Phi Kappa Nil: Y. M. C. A.; Football; English Club. Bobbie Lee West SHREVEPORT Kindergarten, Primary Louisiana Club; Y. W. c. A.; Y. W. A. Charles West LECOMPTE Science, Agriculture Sigma Tau Gamma; Football; Basketball; Track President Junior Class; Student Council. Evelyn Williams NATCHITOCHES Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma. Marion Julia Wise SHREVEPORT Kindergarten, Primary YV. A. A.; Newman Club, Eunice Wheeliss PORT GIBSOV, MISS. Music W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Demonette club; Glee club. 85 Jimtar (Blast Mrs. W. W. Winstead man m u mitt Margaret Wren M SI III II KuiJii i iii t ». Primary u . . W llllli. i, Club; I I ill.. Mildred Wright s u Him in - Mat hi ■■■ ■:. i tub Eloise Zoder l I V WUKI hi SiKina Slipim SI. 86 SOPHOMORES tPiipluumirr (IIubh Hi m Anderson . Zimmerman From A ' i n. I. ' , .i ' It n. I ' rtmary . u B. T. P. 1 I ' lui.. Rail vim. ii. Club Frances Aaron Natchitocha ( tftr hi, mi nlary Bntllah Club; I ' . • Gaylb Bakbi Arizona l ' tt ' r tit mtnttiry • lab ; i ;!■ • Clul in ( ml v u C. A. Mrs. I MUM 15 Ml RD .... Rnbcllllc nffluk, S imi Scienet mi.iI • ' ommuti i ■ • lui.. I r . t ; k c i B rry .... Plaquemine KinJtiijtirlttt, I ' rtmary . v . Newman Club; B k - m«: English Club; Praahman Comml Club Vivian Beaubouef Alexandria l ' tt ,r Elemi •■■ w . i 1 i Miii I toganspori ll ' imi I t nnntnit 1 f. W. O. A • !lub. i iiRi Bishop Chestnut llnmr It nntimit I . I nil,. Did lub. ss Marguerite Bolding . . . Oak Grove Upper Elementary Louisiana Club; W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Edrie Bonnette Natchitoches Commerce Commercial Club. Elizabeth Borchardt Bastrop Kindergarten, Primary W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; English Club; Alpha Sigma Alpha. Zelma Boston Montgomer)- Mathcmatics, Biology Y. W. C. A.; Science Club. Helen Boyer DeQuincy Kindergarten, Primary V. A. A; Newman Club. Florence Brann New Orleans English, Latin Latin Club. Rlie Brantley Minden English, Social Science Social Science Club. Katherine Bremer Glenmora English, Library Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; English Club. tfs 89 ? n plui inn rr (ElaBfl 1..HS Hk t IZEAI r. w. » w I 1 KIM HK! l M . • • H m« I ■ twamict uiii. nl - ' ' i " ' . M mo i Bki Montgomery H mt Eamemict C v . l " 1 ' - Frances Brown Monroe English, I iirmry Alptl vv ■ mi... i. cm Club. W i MON l?Ku . . • ( ' ummi 1 1 • Montrose Evelyn Broi bsard Hope Villi ( pp.r Eli ' " ' " ' • " .» ' Christini Byrni Shreveport Mathtmttt ' " , ' ' •■• I Ri i in Hi K n . ' vwn I 90 Geneva Burns Springhill Kindergarten, Primary Louisiana Club; Y. V. C. A. John Burkhalter .... Natchitoches Special Noralee Butler Monroe Kindergarten, Primary Theta Sigma Upsilon; v. w. C. A. Cabinet; " Cur- rent Sauce " Staff; W. A. A.; Forensic Club; Press Club; Freshman Debate, ' 30; Secretary Young Peo- ple ' s Conference. Ozell Cagle Princeton Mathematics, Science Choral Club; Science Club; V. W. C. A. Mary E. Carroll Lillie English, Library English Club; Y. W. C. A. L Anna Kent Carruth . . . Ponchatoula English, Library Freshman Commission; English Club; Delta Sigma Epsilon; Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. Dora Gary Mermentau Kindergarten, Primary Louisiana Club; Newman club. Pauline Cassel Converse English, Social Science Social Science Club; V. A. A. 91 X tTiinlumuirr (Elasi Hi n m i 1 1 Ch mm i . Mortauville ' ■ I ■ nun Club M i I CH uii m M.itiMir.i Charles E. Cloctier . . . Natchita hea r. M. ( I.; 8. A. k. I)ipi niin 0 iii Natchitoches Special i man lob . I ' " n l ■ " lubj u ■. . • Club. Charleni » k Natchitcchea English, I • n li Munis C vi Vivian j . Set met CInl v W. v W v v Alyni Cutrbr Many Kin.t. ti iirt, n. Priii u . • u I I. K Anna Mai Davenport. . Sterlington 9 upt}imuirr (Elasa Hertzog DeBlielx . . . . Natchitoches Mathematics, Physics Lambda Zcta; Orchestra; Band, Zorilda DeLaneuville . . New Orleans ( ' ( ' • Elementary Newman Club; Parliamentary Law Club; S. A. K Lois Delaune Napoleonville Kindergarten, Primary Louisiana Club; Newman Club; V. a. a. Mamie Dozier DeRidder English, Latin Latin Club. Mamie Dunn Shangaloo Kindergarten, Primary Physical Education L ' luli. Agnes Durham Natchitoches Mat hematics, Chemistry Science Club; Lambda Delta Lambda. Eudilie Quinn Echols . . . Comas- Home Economics Euthenlcs club; v. W. C. A ; " Currenl sum. Salt. .Margaret Echols Converse Physical Education v. a. A. Cabinet; V. W. ' . A.; Glee Club; Phys- ical Education l ' luli. 93 taptfintiorf (Ela fl 1 i i i hi I i u Ri ' s Monroe V • x MT. A. A ■ i. ■■! ■ ■ • . ■ lab Lbontini I ngi ik Carvillc h N. « in. in i III- M 1 1 1; 1 i tm Mn in. n ( ' ft " Bit ' " • " ■ ' ' " Hub; T. M I M v . Leah Evans Mansfield Htmt I .••innmus Kuth. ill. ■ i ' lub; u . i ' Ijiw Clilb; . u . Fannii Faulk Monroe Kindt " null n. Primary t. W. I W. A. A vi|.i ■ Hon Club Marii Fletcher Nem Verdi: .; .. Soi Id s ' 14 " ' t ■ Mrs. John I. Floees . . Natchitoches «•• i - ' us i ' lub, Ai m Fi " i rnoi i Jreenwood U , ■ . mail. i. ( ' ' ,, I V w Iiiiihii I ' . bat l ' 30. l npiiomnrp (Ulasa Stephanie Fournet . . . Natchitoches Commerce Freshman Commission; Theta Sigma Upsilon; New- man Club; W. A. A.; French Club. Myrtle Fisher Leesvillc Mathematics, Science Science Chili. Tommie Gaddis Pioneer Kindergarten, Primary May Bell Galliem . . . Natchitoches Home Economics Commuters ' Club. Artie Garlington Reids English, Social Science English Club; Y. W. C. A. Susan Gayle Lake Charles Kindergarten, Primary Newman Club; W. A. A.; English Club. Alma Gerolame Kenner Kindergarten, Primary Newman Club; Louisiana Club. Bertye Graham Good Pine English, Social Science Social Science Club. 95 fboptjamart dlasn Charles Granmbr . . . . St. Junes , .. . . ■ int. I ' l ' ii ii ( Iki i Nan hitoches l pptt Blewt ' ■ Tin ( ii i ki io White Ci-tl - Kind, iihi ' li n. Vnmaiy Niuiii.iti Club; I • 1 1 1 1 .hi. i. - hi . . i hi.. Pearl Gunn 1 eRidder { f 1 1 r 1.1, rn, I i i Hub; X. W. I t Currral Staff; I Club; L I hi.. ( || ORCI GUTTNBR Melville n, iit .. Foreign LsMfu §t 11. CHRIST!! ! ( ' ,{ ii le ;illilll.l • .i . in. in i Hub ; i ;i ■ i ' tub . i Club I mm Hayoooo Shrevepon Km.lt ti tirti n, I ' nmaty . •■i.iiii.n Club; lion Club. Myrtli Hanchbi I i Creek l ; , r Elemt wtmry € ft npijimuirr (Elaaa Eva Mae Harelson Harelson Kindergarten, Primary Louisiana Club. Roselyn Harmon Rayne English, Library English Club; Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A. Azile Hathorn Alexandria Music W. A. A.; S. A. K. Clayton Heard Bernice English, Library Y. %V. C. A.; W. A. A.; English Club. Egbert Heard Converse Mathematics, Science Science Club. Lena Mae Hebert .... White Castle Kindergarten, Primary Newman Club Cabinet; W. A. A. Thelma Henry Houma Physical Education Sigma Sigma Sigma; W. A. A.; Newman Club; Freshman Commission; President Demonette Club; Secretary Sophomore Class. Elizabeth Hereford . . . Natchitoches Physical Education W. A. A. Cabinet. 97 niilumuirr (Blaflfl Rosaui Hi kkinc. Monroe KinA, TfmrU n, I ' nmaty ■ Ha Club, M k Mm M h Louisiana Club. ;ui Mm i Him s Haynesville M ii i. matii . " ». i. net ■ n ■ Club; w . i .union ilub. VlRGINl HlNKI I h. mi it tit, i ■ ■ h I lllli. M« Vi K 1 " . M l hsn li .m.lria Con :ulf. Roi Johnson ( hi- Mill In miilit i. ( ' .In ' ■ M. i ' . (., . ft I. m . I Sub I 1 1 ni i ii Joi i i . . . . Morgan Citj Club; B . i lommi n ml Hub Mi ki Jon is Hayneft ille k w. A w. c A I ' .- 1 lul M IkrJl u Paul K. Jones Montgomery Commerce Choral Club; Commercial Club. Sadie Jones Mansfield Home Economics Memie Jordan Natchitoches Commerce Commercial Club; Hand Bernice Joyce Kilbourne Upper Elementary Louisiana Club. Sara Joyner Alexandria English, Spanish Alpha Sigma Alpha; V. W. C. A. Mamie Kelly Hosston Upper Elementary Louisiana Club; Y. W. C. A. Myrtle Kent DeQuincy Commerce Commercial Club; V. V. C. A.; W. A. A. Eunice Kliebert Paulina Upper Elementary Newman Club; Louisiana Club. 99 fbaptpttnart (tiuBB I innii Lact . Sulphur nil H • v Mi krs Lambri ... Natchii cha Ri " i I. (.i ri Natchitoches • r I I, in. | lab Y . w M.m Home t.innnmii t Eulhsnli ■ ' luh Clara Lawton Vivian i French . Iki i Lawton Vh ian it, ili J,, s„. i,,! . .. W. A. A.: i luh r. W. C A Hilda I ' m i Li Hi inc . . Smoke Men. I Km. I, i i ii ii n. I ' i imiii y I ' l . Ii " . lull u Evelyn Lewis Hiyriesville an n M..n Club; u v I • POTPOURRI • m nptimtuirr (Elass Dorothy LeGendre . . . Natchitoches Commerce I i ' ll:i siKiiui Kpsiliin; ( ' oiinniTi-i.-il (iuh; Y. . .; Dancing Club, Mildred Limerick Oak Ridge Kind cry arte n, Primary Alpha Sigma Alpha; . v. C. A.; Louisiana Club. Cora Lombardino Kenner Upper Elementary Newman Club. Nina Ll iter Lake Charles Commerce Commercial Club; Band; Orchestra; Choral Club- Glee Club; V. W. ( ' . A. Mary E. Lussan Luling Enylish, Social Science Newman Club; Choral Clr-b; Orchestra; Louisiana Club. Iris Llttrell Glenmora Enylish, Social Science W. A. A.; Y. W. C A.; English Club. Miriam Luttreli Boyce I PPcr Elementary Y. V. C. A.; W. A. A.; Louisiana Club. Margie MaGEE Converse Enylish, Library W. A. A.; Social Si lence I Sub. $uiiluumirr (Elans R l M M RI I R KiadtrftrUu, Primurf v K t ' KKii 1 i M kii . Longview, Texai I [ i r I I, m, nlitry v . . ElOISI M R | . . . .Slli.nk.-iMi. AiL I ' iysiml t..lu-titt ,n I I. .11 i l ti l • u tllllon Hub; x i . . • ihoi L ' luli l I. C. A. I 31. I k i i Mir i Cut tt Kimder§arteu, Primsrj Newman Club; Phy»liul Education Club. Lucilli Moncla Mi mi l.t • ■ r tli mi ntiir y N. « iiiun ' lul.. W A x lab. M R Tom Mux k.iim i r . . . Bastrop Kimdergmrtem, Primmrf Buthenli ■ i :lubj . v. PI Kapi .i i Miiki w Convene Matin maim. ( ' .In mistff Daisu McCann ( ff r II, mi nlary KiikII-1. I lui.. u . . Knight 102 I £ nplinmnrr (Elasa LuiDA McKlNNEY .... Rocky Mount Mathematics, Chemistry Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Science Club. Joe Mary McKoin Monroe Kindergarten, Primary Louisiana I !lub. Mrs. C. L. Nelson, Jr. . . . Mer Rouge Special Louisiana Club. Tommie Nettles Coushatta Upper Elementary Physical Education Club. Gladys Newland .... Mooringsport Upper Elementary Physical Education Club; Choral Club. Faye Newman .... Grapiland, Texas Upper Elementary Louisiana Club; W. A. A. Norma Mae Newman Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Y. V. A. Lula Inez Norsworthy .... Home Economics Euthenlca Club. Many 103 TiHiluuiuirr (ftlaM El 1 Mil III ) I! . . . . ' ' llll r. W. C. A.; T. W. A.; W. A. A.: I I lub Ri v l.i i ( )in.m h, Mai In mail, i. , 1, n, , . u lub; fun NANCY OWEN Sulphur I 1 1 • t Elemi ■ 1 V. • X u Ikim Paci . M. I TtUth F. W. C. A. ; W c llll. El mi M kii Penned . . Shrew port I ' pper hi i m i .» lui. ; Y. V. ( ( I . Pi KKI s. |r ( li.int Sciemct, IfricmltBrt Lori 1 1 l ' i ks.m Westwego • ••.-. . nomit i uii. , Bulhi nlci I lub Myrtli Pini . . Poi t Arthur, Texai hi w v x w h i ' Ihi., •. I ■ .li . i lull ,-J! 104 m % aphamat£ (Elasa T P Sue Plant Doyline Kindergarten, Primary W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; English Club. MlLDRED Proctor Urania English, Latin Y. V. C. A.; W. A. A.; Lai in Club. Edwina Rachal Alexandria Kindergarten, Primary Y. W. C A. Faye Rector Collinston Kindergarten, Primary Roberta Reeves Oak Grove English, French Y. W. C A.; French Circle; " VV. A. A.; Sigma Sigma Sigma. Esther Gayle Reighner . . Haynesville Commerce Delta Sigma Epsilon; S. A. K.; W A. A.; Parlia- mentary Law Club; Y. V. C. A.; Commercial Club. Okla RHOADS DeRidder Upper Elementary Physical Education Club. Rowena Richard Alexandria Upper Elementary Louisiana club; Newman Club; W. A. A.; Cotillion Club. I0 5 nyluinuirr CLUftM Mayoi Rich arm .... Lake Arthur KinAi r j,irlt n, I ' timary I...UI-1.1 .1 ii.ii,. Hi i 11 Ri ks ( ; i .ni.l Cane ••try . • v Upha -uma .1. I i Ki ii I tonaldaonville Kindffgarttu, Primary » in ,n ■ lob . . A . i ioUUton Club M i ir. Robison Elm ( ii - ' mitt U • . . . . I • llll,. Margarei Robson .... Natchitoches nglish, I • n h Ion; Bngllab Clob, EVKLYK S i I I R M.m hi W. C . • horal • In I •. I lab, ipk M. Saltzman Gueydan .. . i hi, I |u mi r Si ott Nati hitot hea lob. n n ' , ophnmnrr dHaaa Lowell G. Sensintaffar . . DeRiddcr Science, Agriculture Choral Club; Science Club; Y. M. C. A. Janice Shepard Ruston Commerce Commercial Club. Marie Simmons Jackson Upper Elementary V. A. A.; Physical Education Club; Choral Club; Y. W. C. A. Margaret Smith Shreveport Kindergarten, Primary W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Dramati. Club; Glee Club; Cotillion Club. Kathryn Snellen Vivian Mathematics, Science W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Science Club. Dorothy Standley Monroe English, Social Science AAlpha Sigma Alpha; W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; English Club. Katherine Steele Oxford Commerce Freshman Commission; Commercial Club; Choral Club; Y. W. C. A.; Y. A. A. Ruth Stephens Natchitoches English, French French Club. 107 Vl si S 1 1 Kit | ►eQuincj iiii Bull . v m 1 1 s Stewaki (i.H»i Pine ( » - m. itterjf 1 ' " ub. Favi Stinson . Uocandria i ■ i itin ti n. i ' i i VlKCIM SlKIl KM K l.l.lll.l U . , m, iii. ' . I ., ■■ w , Ik inces Stroud Monroe llnitii l.i nti ' iini! i PI K Buth ■ Nita Swbai Sieper A iti.li i i inii a. Primary it B. U.; 1 H lub, u roaiA Si i m m . St. Petersburg, Fla. Ill -ins Th. I n T i iu ki Pitkin Vim r, m. i I M . v 1 I idS 1 iipljnuuir? (Elafia Rita Tassin Moreauville Upper Elementary Louisiana Clul). Mary Lee Thompson . . . Baton Rouge Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. Maldean Thompson . Smackover, Ark. Pity steal Education Physical Education Club; Y. W. C. A. Pearle Thompson Boyce English, Latin W. A. A.; Newman Club; Latin Club; Theta Sigma TJpsilon; Cotillion Club; Parliamentary Law Club. Grace Tillotson Gretna Upper Elementary Choral Club; Newman Club; W. A. A.; Cotillion Club; Louisiana Club. Hester Tomme Ringgold Physical Education sij;ni;i Sigma Sigma; Physical Education Club; Choral Club; W. A. A. Cabinet; Cotillion Club. Marvyn Trisler New Era Engluh, Social Science Choral club; v. v . i ' . a.; v. a. a.; Social Scieno Club. Ema Lou Underwood .... Oil City Upper Elementary E. L. S. ; Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A.; Parliamentary Law Club. IO9 uiilinimirr 01 11 i i « i Walker . Plain I fealing ■, - •■ nli-ary PI i -ii club, V. I.I I " l M R ( )ll Clt ■ lab u ■■. a. ' mm Wali . . . . Longview, Tauu ,il I Au, tiitnn W, , i iitln. I ■ I I. .11 i Inl.. I • •! Illl. .11 I llll., I ' .il II, (Ml. .Mil. Wll I ! M W KI H.i lH- lllc SeifUCf, li riitilturi mm; Pooll V. M. ( v K ' Club. DoROTtn W i 1 k.n ' s Kiiimi ■ ..i, •-. « in .11 i iiii,. I i s i W 1 1 K. Kennei ll " M, i unumti % in in i lui. i. in h nli ■ ■ int. Elizabeth Weaver . . . . Merryville K ' indi njiKli n. 1 ' iimitiy . ■ lab 1 k i i ' i uii Lccsville ■■-.■ . I ' m, min Km) r. W. L Paul Weiss Natchitoches Mathematics, Science Y. M. C. A.; Orchestra; Band; Science Club. Eugene Wells DeRidder Science, Agriculture Science Club; Band; Orchestra; Track; Parlia- mentary Law Club. Eddie Welsch Natchitoches Special Phi Kappa Nu; Band; Orchestra. Suzanne Wilkinson . . .Harrisonburg Mathematics, Biology Crawford Willis Forest Hill Science, Agriculture Y. M. c. A. Thelma Wilson Gretna Upper Elemcnteary W. A. A.; Newman Club; Cotillion Club; Louisiana Club. Leora Wofford . . . Van Buren, Ark. English, French Delta Sigma Epsilon; French Club; W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Bernice Wood Mansfield Home Economics " Current Sauce " Staff; Parliamentary Law Club; Y. W. C. A. Maria Wooten Monroe Kindergarten, Primary Pi Kappa Sigma; English Club; V. A. A. Mrs. Mattie O ' Daniel RinsUnd, i Norman, Oklahoma, is one of tin- outstanding graduates t the Louisiana State Normal College. In ») -In- graduated from the school and, though -lu- ll. i -pent little ni her life since in Louisiana, she has not lost her interest in the schools it the -t.ite. nor her loyaltj to hei Alma Mater. While a student here, -lie became interested in parliamen- tar) law, and has demonstrated that the interest has continued bj the medal which lie has presented t r the past several years to the winner in the annual parliamentary contest among the literarj ties, In 1930 she made known her desire to establish a scholarship at the college, known as the M. O ' Daniel Scholarship, which is given each quarter to an outstanding student in the last term ol the senior year. This year the students receiving the scholarship were lessie LeBlanc ut the Fall 1 1.1-.. 1931, and Miss Dorothj ( iritiin oi the Wintei Class. |i 2 2 FRESHMEN 5fiTiiIunau Ctlass P l LIN I AllK Wis St. JoKph Ri n Addison Man; Vm m i i. km pon Kilbourne Kin.ii i ftrtt n. I ' mmuy M un . Ai pom Ponchatoula Frances Ri mi Atkinson . . Lccompte Ktn.i, i , ai I, n, I ' i iimu y N el wyn Alexander Heflin Horn l ■ mm s I " Kls Al I 1 Oil (, ' lt l tt r Eli " ' " ' " )• Joi Almond Minden , i, n, , , I , t i, ullurr knk i A n ( peIousai English, French I ' m lam m I.. Anoi m). . . . Shreveport l (•[•• r hi, m, nliit J " wo Anderson .... Forest INI niet Nina Belli H hh Lccompte limn, I , unmnii s Mm hki i) H irii I [omei l Mi hi imili, . Htiilagy Am i Bailei Viu hitochca Kin.l, i mil i, n. I ' i iimir y Cora Lei Bankstom Baywood English, French ii 3Frpfll|man (Elaaa Alma Bankston Wilmer Upper Elementary Geraldine Barrois Gloria English, French Barbara Bass Peason Upper Elementary Rosamond Bateman .... Franklinton Commerce Wynona Bates Alexandria Physical Education W. Gayre Bazar .... Montgomery Music Hattye Bennett Jonesville Kindergarten, Primary Mildred Bize Marksville Upper Elementary Amy Lena Bonner . . . Fort Necessity English, Social Science J. B. Boss Jonesboro Science, Agriculture E. C. Bouanchaud .... New Roads English, Foreign Language Sunshine Bozeman Belmont English, Foreign Language Laura Lee Brandt McCall Kindergarten, Primary Helen Briixjes Minden Commerce Audrey L. Broussard Edgerly Kindergarten, Primary i ip, i " 5 JKrrtiluuau QtlaM Miii ' Rin Brown Alexandria ' li iUll II 1 i km Mm w i Mm., i inpp mi Kin.l. T§mrU n, I ' ii- Miwn B. Cain » )| ' lousaa K in. I, i ,),i ti n, Primmry G us Calhoun Monroe 5 ;. Hi i . I ill a ultui , Mildred Calhoun Mansfield Kin li urn li n l ' i nnm i Inez Callaway Convent " •• " in) |) isi Carnahan Cloutierville M uni Frances (. ' kkihi Logansport iii Iii i. I iilin M k 1 1 Carroli Natchitoches ( Pf ' r Bll mi iilaiy Ci tuts Cazayour New Roads l i;. r I I, " i ni, i y Maurini D. Ch m " !• • • ( II ,r I 1 1 m 1,1.. Ri I II Cl RKI li . m. Ilia wflish, I •■ ■ ii n I •uiiiuiii i Mn i k i ii Cobb New Iberia ;■ ;. il l« M m Cobi ma Crowlej l tt ,r f " i. nl.ny EURA COCO Mnt.lilnm ille n i. ilm lit Iffrrsljman (Elaaa M. E. Cole Dry Creek Science, . Igriculture KatHERINE COMPTON .... Alexandria I ! pper Elementary Carolyn Compton Alexandria Kinder gar ten, Primary Myrtle Corbett Shreveport l r pper Elementary Marcus Corley Zwolle Mathematics, Chemistry Helen Carmier Port Barre L ' pfier Elementary Myrtle Coulon Westwego Upper Elementary Aline Darry Alexandria Kindergarten, Primary Jessie Davidson Vidalia Mathematics, Science Anna B. Davis Vinton Kindergarten, Primary Maude Violet Davis .... Shreveport English, Foreign Language Zrslla Davis Ponchatoula English, Spanish Allen Dean Boyce English, Spanish Hazel Dear Glenmora English, Library Henry DeBlieux Natchitoches Commerce 117 Jf mill in an (BltaM Lot isi I k ' i ir Cottonport I ft ,r W mi ntary I i I )i i i 1 1 Livonia f ! ■ r I . ' . m , I l ' i m DbLoach I laynesville l 1 t . m. I Garland DeMoss . Plain Dealing Virmu I )i si w i Cottonport f( i r i I, mi nl,n y i in I )i ssi 1 1 i Jacob; llnmi I innntniii Ern i si Doi i. m n Jena M.iil.i man. i. Seirmet i in Dubois ( Irand Cam Mildred Ducos Laroae i i r ■ nl,ir y Tevis Duooti Cottonport Mina Duncan Sloatei I . WMft i . V w I )iiim k Ma rks 1 1 1 - l [ t ,r Bll mi Maty ' In i in I ii si Shreveport tent t- Rudolph Donaldson ... Drj Prong ScieHer, I frit iilii " ' 1 i n 1 1 Di in ( Sretna l f-f, rlL m. nlmy llg itfrrshmau (Ulaaa Thelma Englade Reserve Upper Elementary Sadie Eu banks Baskin Upper Elementary Hazel Ferrantelli Kenner Kindergarten, Primary Mildred Ferrell Winnfield Upper Elementary Margaret Fogle Minden Commerce Louise Ford Grand Cane Mathematics, Science Chlotixe Fordham Sikes English, Library Alice Foster Morrow Upper Elementary Alma Lee Gadd:s Marthaville Upper Elementary M. R. Gallion Natchitoches Special Kathryn Gates Oakdale Music Jewel Goldshy .... El Dorado, Ark. Physical Education Stella Mae Graxier .... St. James Upper Elementary Mildred Gray Jena Commerce Celeste Green Oakdale English, Social Science 119 JFrriilimau ttlast Vugini ( iui i is Rayvfllc t.nqliili, I aim M ri ( ii dopp Leoompte l [f i r t.l, mi Mary i i km II i i I hibadi Hum i I ' -.i ii M mil s I ) usi Holi Belmont l If i r I I, mi nlaiy ( )K II II II l III I )(Kl.lil«l ht I5ko n Hwhuk Bethanj KmAi ti inl, n, Primary Tulip Han bs Lorangei llnmi I i nnnmu i Bugger Hanson Shrcveport llnrrti l.i unnmii s VIakgarei II wi . . . Donaldsonville llnmi A.i unnmii s Raymond Haydem LongviUe iitUtl ( ii (ik(.i I Ii ri Haynesville S, i, Hi i . I i t li llllllli Ik m i s 1 1 i r Vh i. in ( f ' f-, i I i, mi nliiiy Ruth Hi rrin ; Minden l . r , mi Mary J i i i Hoi ir mir Leesville I. mm M « III ss Moresuville 5 ; l,ni ulturr JPrrshmmi (£la»tf ' O T P O U R R 1 • • X } Ruth Hess Morganza I ' pper Elementary Janie Hester Junction City Physical Education Althea Higgins Plaquemine Kindergarten, Primary Louise Hogan Marthavilh Music Ruth Holland DeRidder Commerce Audrey Horn Pleasant Hill Upper Elementary Jessie Horton Houghton Kindergarten, Primary Mary Horton McDade Kindergarten, Primary Joanna Howell .... Bradley, Ark. Commerce Eloise Hubier Converse Music Cecelia Hughes Alexandria Encjli h, Social Science Inez Hunt Haynesville Physical Education Thelma Jines Staiks Upper Elementary Eunice Johnson Forest Hill Upper Elementary Jessie Mae Johnson Many Upper Elementary mill m an 0UaM I... i im Johnson Couahatta ■ ( i » Johnson Belcher S r Johnson Bunkie Physical Education I ) is M u Jones { • r 1. 1, m, nhii y I ' ki i m w Joni s Longville I ii i, ullur,- Mn i Ri d Jones ( lood Pine ■ ■ I ' ri ntis Joni Jonesboro S, i. n, i . I , t i, nihil • A. O. Km n Natchiti Ii - ngl ' uh, ! " . id Si . ■ M kii Ki Dk.i k ' i Ian Hum, I: i unn mil i II i i Kinchi r Natchitoi hes Hum, Ii uniimii I M k J. K k;h i Noble Kin, I, i mn l, n , I ' i until y I . C. K i rr i rs Florien I ... Linnii Mai K m Haynesville I ' liysii ill h.ilui illinn Ami i Ki nki i ( hcford M .. Rosi Fay LaCazi Leesville l f f, r H, in, I Ill Zflrraljman (Elasa Cora D. LaCour Colfax Kindergarten, Primary Audrey Laird Natchitoches Commerce Eunice Laird Kelly Home Economics Lucille Lawson Natchitoches Home Economics Elisa LeBlanc Paincourtville English, Foreign Language Mabel Ledet Larose Upper Elementary Edith Lee Oakdale English, Social Science Ruth Lee Oak Grove Home Economics Neva M. Leger Krotz Springs Upper Elementary Marjorie G. Leone Zwolle Commerce Johnanna Leopold Phoenix Upper Elementary Isabel Levy Shreveport Physical Education May Leiber Monroe Upper Elementary Gladys Long Trees English, Social Science Lorena Lowe Blanchard Upper Elementary •2? 5Ki riihnum (BlttM I ) Kul m l.nW HI . . . . . MOI I " U V Vera I. ii 1. 1 mpkin . . . Minden Bettys B. Lyles . . . Cheneyville Kind, i , ,u l, n Emu I i i n Bunkic l ■- r II, in, Maty Cecilia Lyons I lome Plai • i ■ in h Shirli v Maloni St. nt 1 1 ki - i Manning I leQuincj ( • r ; , in, III, it y Audrey M ijor Fi iaco l 1 1 ' , i II, in, ntiii y 1 1. Ai i. in M ki Chatham i I, il, , , I ill I, ill t III , I 1 1 i:i rH Martin Alexandria Kind, i i iii I, n. I ' i i Maryingrid Nelson . . u Iberia I. n, ill li. Foreign LanguAfft [oni M k Crow lej 11, lnli. I hi , ton I iiiu i. Burxn Maxweli Monroe i . ■■ ■ M K iki.ini Mikkiii . . . Gibsland Kind, i ,i,ii ii n. Primary M k MaROL ' BRITI Mikkiii .Gibsland In I Jtfrpaliman (Ulasa Ethel MESTAYER New Iberia English, French Hazel Minchew Coushatta Commerce JOSEPH Mitch el i Natchitoches Mathematics, N ient e Aline Moore Extension Mathematics, Biology Marie Moore Pineville Home Economics Gertrude Mock Raskin ( r pper Elementary Nell Morgan Goldonna Upper Elementary Virgil S. MuLKEY Alexandria Science, Agriculture Holly Rose MuRPHEY .... Grayson English, Social Science Rl ' th MuRPHE Natchitoches Commerce Olive Ml rv White Castle Home Economics Corrinne McCartney . . . Marthaville Physical Education Eleanor Gray McCoy . . . Shreveport Physu al Education Emily McDade McDade English, Social Science Katherine McDaniel . . . Shreveport Kindergarten, Primary 125 3f rriUniuui (Class Alma McInnis hnm oca I ft , r lli m Mary V u i rii Mi I icsii . . . . ( ).iL ( {rove ■ wn unui. Edna MiKiwn ( Ipelousu Kind, ii ail, n. I ' umary 1 1 1 ii Mi ki i ( pelousas Kind, i , I " ' I, n. I ' rirnary h ll ll Mi I I I l ColfaX Kind, i , mil. n, I ' liimn y I I l I Mi | K I ).-(Jiiiih ( pf r Eli mi Mary Mildred .n i l. » kport l tt rll " i ' Mary Pi ua Nbai Hounu I hum I ' .i uno mi i s Robi ki Ii. Niv Jamestown Elmi ( dom Alexandria I I n mi I i i. no mil s Ruth Olds Fresno, Calif. .. . Grbtchbn Orimmir . . .Natchitoches in LoRl I ( ) i s Winlicl.l n, ln i, SP( iiil ScifMl t Audra Pati Ringgold l ft if 1 1, m i ( )i u l ' i i i Leet ille I a Jffrcfihman (Elaaa Priscilla Pearman .... Haynesville Physical Education Annette Pelegrin Gretna Upper Elementary Zilda Pickett Livonia Upper Elementary Pope Pickett Grand Bayou Kinder (jar ten, Primary Edgerton Pierson .... Natchitoches Mathematics, Science Henry Pierson Natchitoches Pre-Laiv Gladys Pittman Alexandria Upper Elementary Ann Phillips Pelican Upper Elementary Enid Phillips Newellton English, Latin Jack Phillips Glenmora Mathematics, Science Faye Price Logansport Mathematics, Chemistry Thelma Fay Priest .... Alexandria Kindergarten, Primary Mary Pryor Arizona Upper Elementary Blanche Pickette .... Cheneyville Upper Elementary Yvonne Puderer Gretna Upper Elementary 127 jftriihimiu (Ilii ' iii mis | i ki 1 1 i . Plain I « .tlniji Mil i Ki i Pi ri i i i . . Plain I dealing Mi lm R i iiikii . . 1 1. ii risonburg • - • II, m, Mary I i R sii;i nm ( i «i,| Pine . al ,lu, alum Janet Ray Vivian ( ' ft ,r Eli m, Mary VlOl Rl u.w M.isUii • ■ r I.I, m nhu y Henrietta Reaux Kaplan l ' ft r Eh mrnUwy I M II I K Rl I I s MlttlC I ' ■ r h.l, in 111, 11 y Mi smi Ri ili Jackaon ( ' •« r 1:1, in Mat y )i . Ri i 11 1 Rosedale KinJit i ai I, n, I ' mnaiy Cecili Renoudbi New Ibei ia ,,! .. 1 1 , n, It von 1 Run rd Jennings English, S Estelle Richii Springhill M . M m Audi n Robi kis Colfax •■: . n imit 1 Elizabeth Robinson . . Winnsbora Jflrrfiljman (Elaaa Mary Robinson Winnsboro English, Social Science K X T - r ■• °.» »»■ . ' " " Sr i Gladys Robin ette Peason English, Social Science Patricia Rogers Giaiul Cane English, Library Delores Roseberry Shongaloo U pper Elementary Mary D. Rathbl rn Homer Upper Elementary Margaret Rlsca Natchitcches Commerce Brady E. Russell Mansfield Mathematics, Chemistry Marguerite Sanner Sulphur Kindergarten, Primary Mildred Savoie Belle Rose English, Spanish Almarie Schliepake .... Shreveport Kindergarten, Primary Amy Schumann Natchitoches Chemistry, Biology Louise Sexton Minden Home Economics Evelyn Seybert Mooringsport Kindergarten, Primary Louise Slay Torn Commerce Sledge Natchitoches Home Economics 129 3f rriiluiuui QUaafl Gertki ' di S mpson Man) KmAii mt ' l, n I Mill Sl (.l I TON . . Vilmc I? kii r Smith . . ... ( Sretiu . r , m I I )i i iki s Smii ii . .... Kaplan Englull, I ' i , l r , I , ul , nit iiii I ' rmim Smii ii . . Coushatra 1 1 " in, Etonen M ix;i Smith . Alexandria I flisk, I ' , mli Doroi m Sod! Alexandria • .; . ;. ,iln,n Jewbu Ski ks . . Hornbeck null i ! n, i- Nettu Soigni i . . . Thibodaeux Kindergarten, Primary Ada Stille . . . .... Robeline limn, I i 9 01 11 s ' m Stoki s Bunkec I 1 1 Mil 111 Si i . Harrisonburg Kin. I, i ,nii l, ii. I ' n M R ; ki i StOVALI I )n.|s..n trt Mi rim Sullivan Vi Ian Kindergarten, Primary MYRTLI Si mmi RLIN Jena Kindt rgaru n, Primary 130 Ktrraljman (ElaaH Versie Talley Bogalusa V pper Elementary Johnnie Tanner Vivian Music Eleanor Tatman . . . Mansfield Kindergarten, Primary Lillie Mae Temple . . . Haynesville Home Economics Nancy Theriot Port Allen Upper Elementary Lula Mae Thomas Oil City Commerce Camilla Tison Natchitoches Music Donner Jeannine Tol ps . . . Bogalusa Upper Elementary Willie O ' Neal Townsend . . . Boyce . Commerce Lodi Tucker Leesville Physical Education Alice Veillon Ville Platte Home Economics Beatrice Wade Lillie Upper Elementary Mildred Waldron Shreveport English, Spanish Mildred Walker Glenmora Physical Education Priscilla Wallace .... Natchitoches Physical Education 131 ITrrshmati (I lass Lucy Waller. . . Hayneaville h. ' .. . i i iii I, n ' - i I. ' i km W w: i k . Warnerton Kin.lt i, ni ' I, n C ki m C. Wasson Jr. . . . Vivian W,i. " . mali r, ». ' . I )uKis Watson . Nan Int.., ha Pftr 1:1, in, nhn y Marcarei Watson, Sulphui I . i. .• I ). II. Wii; ii i m.i . . Florien SdtMtf, . " ' ultutf Gi u ys Wilkinson . M auric :ville, Texai Kin.lt i " U a. I ' lnntiiy ki Mil Wll II I I CoIfaX I ' I ) wii) C. Wll LET! ... Colfax English, Foi mn I MMfuaft Berth Wii i i . . . . Forest Hill I ft ,r i ' • " ' " I ' i ' y I ' .i K K I Wll I I wis . ... Campti rlish, I il " I ' i. rii Wii 1 1 vms, Jr Florien ( " ; mi l ■ ■ I mi i i Wii i ■ wis . Nati hito hes hi Madbuni Wii i i wis. . Montgomery i wit I ' m wmk ' ii s . . ( Grange, I exai i ija »33 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS I KWK . Kl HIBAJ I) Ai i " s K ' k kiiui i) I President Kw Flanagan k. l Row . . • u i , r Sf tE rss V Hall nf Fame ' " " " " C " " " " ' Jiertlja ODsborur Semite Amu iMihVrt lausi artid Men (Crrilr Ixemuiiiri l c- c e. HutilU OhIIkuu o Grs Mall of lame 1 i Hi , W ' n Lll 1 { J titirut Unity Ifaimnlrs Genevieve Kearney Virginia Coates Malom Parrv Jessie LeBlanc Martha Hightower Catherine Wilson Mildred Brister Rivers Nesom Myrtle Pine • tltbrnJ iLiiihu jfamirttrti • Noi i ii I i Bl KNt M K M suN W ' ll Ml k J AC KSON 1 k NK kC Hilt | I) ERNESTINI W ' ll l l I )l ssll M Kl n ii NKki.Aki i 11 I iwis Si vmi m " kosin A i mn Rt i H Good %fcj il t hletics rcray 2 - y v s V " Uinta AtljlrttrH ' »w». ki r 4» JFiuitltall • Lee Berry I his yeai iin defended the reputation " t the Demons. He w.i- Seward ' s running-mate in the backheld. Berrj i- a natural athlete, a hard worker, and a brawnj player. It you wanted t oach smile, you could just st.ut I. ■ around en. I 01 throw him a pass — that meant yards 1 1 » i Normal. Jodie Dry Jodie is ;i good example ol .i steady, hard-working, consistent!} playing Demon. We expect to heai from tins man in the yean tn come, tor In- i- the kind ni man who always gets mi top even- tually. Drj leases the Mill carrying with him the greatest respect from tlu entile student hodv. Wii mir Jackson " Little Jack " has played three years " t great football foi Normal, his best work being done In swerving plaj around his end. ( )n the offense he is a consistent receivei t long forward pass - . .i player wearing the Purple and White has evei worked hardei 01 fought mure u hole heai tedl than " Little |aek. " lie had more than his share Oi injuries, hut could not he kept out ot the game. In the game with Southwestern Jack played one ot tin- greatest names ot his career. When the roll is tailed next year, .Ink will SUrel) he missed. Howard Moorman It seems that Moorman real!) did take his nickname to heart -in looked like (. ' .ilndeo when the m-.,miii got under wa . He made his lust debut as quarterback against Louisiana College anil called od game. I lis generalship was outstanding in ever) game which he played. Moorman had nevei played football until he came to Normal, hut with the old fight and spirit that maiks Ins character he warmed the hemh foi time e.iis m that fourth year he s.it some on the bench who had played football all their lives, iFnntball Dick Stewart Stewart is a man to whom much credit is due. He was a light but aggressive center who formed the backbone of the team. He was never in the headlines, never called brilliant, but always in there doing his part. He helped win many victories. Perhaps the greatest tribute ever paid to Dick was when Captain " Preach- er " Roberts of the Tulane Green Wave said, " Boy, you are not only the smallest, but also the best center I have ever played against. " We shall never forget how Dick led the Demons to victory over the Cats during his senior year. Rivers Nesom " Big " Nesom, playing his last year of college football, was one of the strongest points in the Demon line. Being one of the largest men on the squad, he was excellent in opening holes on the of- fense and stopping players on his side while on the defense. His ability in doing these things well is what gave him the honor of being the only Demon to get honorable mention in the S. I. A. A. contest. I I L. Z. Walker Walker stood out as a great receiver of forward passes and the fastest end on the Demon eleven. His play on defense was well above par. L. Z. may not be as good as his all-star brother, but he is a star to Normal. L. Z. is one of Normal ' s three-letter men. Alton Rockhold Rockhold made a record and stuck to it. He was one of the few backs that Normal has produced in recent years that you could depend upon for a yard when badly in need of it. He put his whole soul into the game and inspired the entire team by his pep and fight. Rockhold has played four years of football for Normal and now he takes his place in the alumni stand with the other fellows who have been lost by graduation. • t t Huitnrif «f 1331 Wuli .1 record o( five and tour defeats, the I . S. N. C. Demons ended .1 third straight successful season tins year. The Normal Demons set the football world tfaiidring when oa September It. they held the Cenumir. Gents to a 2 5-2 s. The aeai contest was agiinst Eldorado Junior College on Oct _. On Demon soil Coach Prather ' i pigtHn an.-t. icored it will ■)st the visitors. The final acoi 0. I " ii • was the most de- cisive Jetc.it ever h.inded a v smug team. The next victory on the Demon roll w.is the I on Morrii IV ir Cat beating. On Octohcr l K on home ground, the Demons fought the Bear Cats. The cneim presented i desperate aggregation threitened to KOre -it all times, and only being stopped h the determined Demons. In the fourth quarter Sew .rd thr,-w a builct-Lks DIM to Rokhild, which Mnu completed in the end onc and resulted in the second touch- down. The Demon ' s " favorable 1 was I -6. The Demon, n t tr .veled to the " little State of Tcnne where they met the Union Universit) gridders m the fourth encounter oi the season. A mistake m the schedule cuised the gime to he payed thr.-e ROUTS alter the Demons bad arrived in Jackson. Normal was successful in scoring the hrit quarter, hut the Union men came back in the second quarte r to take a one-point lcid that the Demons were unable CO overcome. The finil was 7-6. The Demons came hack home to get in A-l condition tor their atmuil affur with their nearln rivals, the Louisiana College Cats of Pineville. the game to be played in Natchitoches on October 23. The gave the Demons a real scare in the first half the icon- w is 7-0 in favor of the Cats. Coach Pratfa- ll. Ill I ' K MII1K Dtaotball Season •• er and Coach Turpin gave the Demons the key to victory and they came back in the second half to score two touchdowns that spelled de- feat for the Cats and two successive victories for the Demons against Coach Walden ' s eleven. The Demons received a trouncing by the " Techmen " on October 30, Home-Coming Day at Ruston. The Demons ' inability to check Tech ' s forward passes resulted in receiving the " Bitter Cup of Defeat. " The score was 18-2, with Normal on the short end. November 7 the Demons met their Texan neighbors, the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks of Nacogdoches. The visitors were easily de- feated, the score being 19-0. The game was not as one-sided as the score might seem. The fifth conference game of the season came on November 14 with the Hattiesburg Teachers in Hattiesburg. The Teachers handed the Demons a very decisive defeat, the score being 32-0. The last game of the season, known as the Annual Turkey Day Game, between the Southwestern Bulldogs and the Demons was played at home. The Demons handed their ancient grid foes a big defeat. The score was 38-2. The Bull Dogs only threatened to score once. The final whistle of this game marked the last battle for the following men who fought on Demon sod: Berry, Rockhold, Archibald, Stoker, Mount, Stewart, Nesom, Dry, Jackson, Sims, Walker, and Moor- man. Those who are left to carry on the honors for the Purple and White are: Seward, West, Tones, Miller, Johnston, Ward, Wimberly, Hymns, Young, T. Webb, Resweber, Mahfaouze, and thr best freshman team ever assembled at the College. ' Racs " Turpin JFiuitball " Buck " Sims Even though he spent .1 large part of the 1 « » -; • season on the bench m account of injuries, Buck developed into one « ' t the most dependable ball-carriers on the Demon team. He was never regu- lar, but always gave .1 good account ot himseli when called u|«in. Sim played bis best gams against Centenarj and Southwestern. Arthur Seward Seward iv the answei t anj coach ' s prayer, lie runs, he passes, lu- punts, he blocks, he tackles- -all »i these he does and I «-n them well. Not since the days oi Rags Turpin and Cornish has N01 mal been able to boast ot such a back as Seward. lie played in everj battle and bis work was excellent in all oi them. We onlj regret that " Soup " has just one more yeai with us. Hudson Johnston Johnston was Stewart ' s understudj during the past season, He ili»l not pi a) ;ill the rim ■ because Dick was such a fighter, but when called upon Hudson responded nobly. He will have a big gap to Ml in the line next year, but with bis weight, fi bt, and ability, ( h Prathei need not worrj himself anj about the centei posi tion. Ray Miller Ka i one t these big rawboned men who 1- blessed with all the physical qualifications which u " t make up a good end. Although he was handicapped part of the season with injuries, Raj gave an excellent account ol himself in the games he played. His most stellai work ua dune m the offense. Ka is just tast enough tn down and net undei " Soup ' s " long passes. Z£jt£ g ' Z iEnntball Owen J. Resweber Rcswebcr is one of the Juniors who went to make up Coach Prather ' s team. The Prather system calls for fast, aggressive guards, and Owen was one of such. Coming out of the line to get in interference on the offensive, knifing through the line, stopping the ball-carrier of the enemy, never quitting — that ' s Resweber! Nice work, Owen J.! Carlton Jones Jones is the only graduate from Coach Turpin ' s 1929 Freshman team who made good as a sophomore. Jones ' best work was done in smearing interference when started around his Hank and in catching passes. He could also be depended upon to boot the ball when necessary. Willie Ward Willie hails from Haynesville, wh;re he made a birth at guard on the all-state team. He lived up to this honor during his first year with the Demons. Ward was fast, and many of the gains around end were due to his excellent running and interference. He broke through the line while on the defense and threw the opposition for losses on several occasions. Much is expected of Willie next year. " Dokey " Wimberley This husky Sophomore was another of Coach Prather ' s men who made good his first year on the varsity. Dokey is known as the Sophomore " Wow " at Normal. He played every position on the team except center and quarterback. He was one of the most conscientious players on the squad. We will be looking at you next year, Dokey ! ' -£ I in " it The 1931 football season found Mr. Turpin with another large squad oi Dogs on hand. 1 he) performed creditablj throughout the rutin- season ami when Coach Prather sounds the call for grid- iron warriors next Fall, the places on the var- sit) left vacant In graduation will be Idled with new talent from la t year ' s Freshman team. 1 he places nt such men ;iv Stewart, Nesom, Dry, and others who have brought fame t i Norma] must be filled. Tin- liii|i ' first game t the season was with the strong Leesville lliuli School, who were one nt the contenders tor the championship in th- High School rail- in imS " . The Freshmen 1 win) tlu . game In a large mum- nt s to o. 1 hi score proved tin - prediction t earl) dopesters that tlu- 1931 freshman team would he tin- besi evei produced at tin- Normal. Tlu- Freshmen ' s next start was against the Louisiana College Kittens, whom the) defeated b) a score t 1 t " " . The onl) tunc the) ever threatened t score ». in tin- third quarter when In a series t fumbles In tlu- Freshmen, the Kit ten- advanced to tlu- fifteen yard lint-. Hen- the ball went over and tin- Dogs punted out t danger. . tion Lee Around End The next victims of the Freshmen onslaught were the strong Jonesboro High School boys, Class B champions of 1930. They were downed by the count of 14 to o. The High School boys fought courageously throughout the entire game, but were unable to penetrate the stone wall of the Freshmen ' s defense. The Freshmen again hand ed out a defeat to the Louisiana Tech Bull Pups, who were easily downed. The score was 16 to o. After a rather slow start, the Freshmen made a touchdown in the second and third quarters. Accurate place- kicking accounted for two more points. In the fourth quarter, the Dogj advanced the ball to th:- five yard line, where it went over. The Bull Pups attempted to kick but were downed in the end zone, bringing the score to 16 to o. In November, the Freshmen journeyed to Southwestern to help the Southwestern Bull Pup.. usher out the season. Neither team had been scored on, and supporters of both looked for a goal. This game was played at night, and even though it was the Dogs ' first attempt at night, they emerged on the long end of a 6 to 8 count. This game closed a most successful season with five wins, no losses and only one team b?ing able to boast of a tally against the Freshmen. Jackson Makes a Marker II ' ki Mookm w onoard ' fekrtball • Howard Moorman i jtJ I Him i was " in i.t the mallm rraal I i However, his .il iliiv la I » | ' ' " " basket bu won lot him ihe n | " i • ■! .ill who have »rm him perform, battle and despite lii» haa placed his name among tin- leading athli ti - ol mal. Mr i also an -ill l ■n. Hi « .i» .ihx.i » in the thick « i tin Stathum Crosby m ii jrd ■ ( r.i l " ;i» OIK " I ill most dependable men " ii the squad. He had .1 remarkable ige tur tin bai ket [ " his alone ipeaki rot it Wii.mer Jackson Guard " Chesty, " true t " his nami . h. - pushed his «;n forward through ever) t ' .ittlt with 1 ti ht and determination yet t " In lurpaased. Ilu combina- tion " I these qualities has made him an outstanding M.ir. Wll Ml K J U k ns . (ill, It J Ci arence Tullos ( 1 titer ami (iujrd is unanimousl) chosen for the K " ' " r «l position " t •■ . 1 . mi ii, xx.iv also tin individual high poinl scorei of the tournament. Pel ther yeai and we expect him t " continue ing tin Pi mom to « i tory. Stathum Ci I LVK ■ 1 m 1 I 1 1 1 us. C. nt.i ,in.l (tunt.t ♦ Huakrtball • Ray Miller Guard and Center " Tex " is considered by all who have seen him in action to be one of the best K i ' » r ( 1 s that ever battled for the Demons. His undying spirit and his will to win as well as an extraordinary eye for the goal has won for him a host of admirers. R.W Miii.fr, Guard and Center Laverne Carver Forward A tall, rangy youth, " Sis- ter " was of great aid to the squad throughout the season. Carver was always under the basket and had an uncanny eye for looping short shots. He was always a thorn in the side of the opponents. Charles West Guard " Coo " was the life of the squad but when placed on the floor, played with all the seri- ousness and ability of a vet- eran. His work in the past has been up to the standard and we expect great things of him next year. Laverne Carver, Forward ffl Charles West, Guard Hill Perkins, Forward Bill Perkins Forward " Perk " was the one Sophomore to make the regular squad this year. His ability in seeming to be everywhere at once made him one of the hardest forwards to guard in the Conference. Due to an injury re- ceived in the last game of our schedule, " Perk " was unable to exhibit his ability in the tournament. iBaskrtbaU I lu Demons opened the leason «iili i victor] 01 Austin Lumberjack b) .1 l.ir c I In- w.i followed b) hi consecutive wins, tin defeat " t Louisiana Collegi in .1 bra games, and taking one -.uli t Louisiana l ' «- li. Mississippi 1 Mississippi I ' eachers, and Stephen 1 . Austin Our fif-i ami " ul defeat " t the season came from the hands ol the Millsaps Majors, wh " won b) .1 small margin in .1 ti i 1 contested l ntl .ir the home " t tin- Majors, Following tlii li uc defeat tin- Demons continued tluir winning streak through .1 quartet " t boroi U sent the I • h Bulldog back " n the )i- r 1 end " t 1 i j8 count ;in l downed Union in .1 nip- and-touch atf.iir bj ind the) defeated S. I I. in eaa) fashion. Our next and well- earned victor) " .i iniiii Louisiana Co Tin- team next journeyed i " Shreveport, accompanied l the band ; iul thi cheering squad t r the all-important game with Centenarj College. [ he c. nt» proved an easj m.uk for the Demon • and w ti il ; ; - . We were hosts t " the undefeated Millsaps College team in " ur next gam I lii- proved t " be one " t the best games ir played on the Normal floor, and it .i« onl) aftet .1 h.iril fight ih. 11 w 1 were able t- l " «u the Majors. I In Demons then breezed i hr iin;ti the remaining threi rith S. 1 l . I uisiana College, and t with little difficulty, and then n 1 to entet the tournami Jackson, In ihr first gami at tli tournament the) elim ithwestern ol Memphis. •• the tiillii in evening the) met 1I1 Mississippi Collegi squad and had defi it deliberatel) I down thcit throats in the last thirt) seconds « t pi a) when .1 sub forward ol Mississippi College looped .1 lurk shot from the center " t the court ' ■ easil) won the consolation game re, showing beyond ;■ doubt that just .1 mile from Lad) lurk would have made u. the beat team in the s l . V ind w w tuld bavi been crowned thi ' ' Champs, " Watch in go next j eat I Ki si 1 is ol 1 in Si s 1! 4. 1 . I ouisiana College . Normal 15 . s ' phi n l . Austin . lal 1 i-i.111.1 ( ' • ' Norm il 15; Louisiana l ■ 1 h . il M lissippi c lollegc Normal M 1 il -•■ ; Millsaps Coll il 4 i ; I " in- 1 ■ ■ I ■ • li . nal ;.ll Normal M Normal 13 nal 19 nal 19 iiii.il 51 nal Union I niversit) . 5. I I. . |i I ouisiana Colli . Mill apt Colli g - 1 I. . I ouisi in. 1 1 .i r Colli . Jflrrahman iBaBkrtball Normal has one of the best freshman basketball teams to ever bear the name of Imps. They came through the season without a defeat, cleaning all college competi- tion and high school alike. Louisiana Tech was an easy mark for our Imps in two games, as the large scores prove. Louisiana College also fell before the Imp fire in easy fashion, being mastered in a brace of games by large scores. Doughty at center, with his advantage ' in height and excellent floor work, was an outstanding leader for the team. Maxey and Green at forward were outstanding men and hard to keep from scor- ing. Maxey was high point man for the season. In Whittington and Duprce, Coach had one of the tallest and one of the shortest guards ever to play together, but they were also one of the best pair we have ever had. Li 1933 we are sure that some of these men will be with the regular varsity and doing good. £ Berry, Archibald, Walker, Siu «i . drark ♦ Normal is deservedl) proud of the consistent progress her ithletic teanu have made. As starting from a more humble beginning, this progress has been most marked in track athletics; and to her quartets oi mile relaj runners must he credited the greatest share of this progress, The nattily-attired, clean-limbed Demon runners feature everj meet thej enter, until the speculation N not whether they will win, but b) how much the] will lower the record. l r several years the) have stood supreme in the .ill stat: relays at Lafayette against the colleges and universities. Thej have laid down records in ths Third District meets t the S. I. V V and in die Asso ciation championships. The event List year was lost b inches onlj to Presbj terian oi South Carolina in -.i-i. although the Demons lu l previous!) set .1 mark oi :2 . " J. The success of these teams is due to the wise guidance t Coach Turpin and the loyal attitude oi the personnel to theii Coach and College. - three of last year ' s team are again Candidates, Normal Confident!) looks to more laurels mm the track and especiall) in that most thrilling of all events, the mile relay. Srark an (JDtljer Sports Frank Archibald ioo, 220, 440-yard dashes, mile relay, 440 relay, half-mile relay. Lee Berry 440-yard dash, 440 relay, half-mile relay, high and low hurdles, mile relay. Rivers Nesom Discus and shot. Erskine Cook 100 and 220-yard dashes, 440 and 880 relays. Howard Moorman Half-mile and mile. R. J. Stoker High jump and broad jump. ararlv au (Olhrr ftpnrtf Cook. W ' i mm. Ak( hibai D thing ihr i I nh. Baii l s ( n ihr IWO-inilc run. Seward and Bruin ■ finish mi the 4 V- ' » ' Johnston 1 h ms. YouN ,. ND Mil I I U On ill ' ball mil finiih. Srark anil ($tlirr pnrta Seward throwing the javelin — and can he throw it? Miller Putting the shot. Rickey Flying high. Berthlot Putting the shot. Wimberly Throwing the discus. s.v A,. , v J • ♦ Untrk i Si sinks. l l 2 V tRsn i Squad, 1932 Freshman Squad, 1932 Varsity Squad, 1931 Freshman Squad, 1931 ♦ ®rarks nf tlje Normal (Urarkfitrns ♦ Coach " Rags " Turpin ' s track team of 1931 and ' 32 has made tracks that will be imprints in the minds of Normal supporters for a long time. The record made by the boys is something that the College is proud to boast of and we will always remain grateful to the men that made it possible. We pause to note the marked progress that Normal has made in the track and field sports in the past few years, and we stop also to congratulate our coach, Mr. Rags, upon the work In- has achieved with his track stars — Normal is indeed proud of you all! In 1931 the Normal relay team, composed of Seward, Archibald, Walker, and Berry, ranked as one of the leading teams in the South. This team set a new record in the mile event at the Southwestern relay carnival with the fast time of 3:25.2. These boys followed through the season making record time and capturing this event in every meet. Normal also had one of the fastest dashmen in the South in Cook. Cook showed that he was a real sprinter when he pushed Tappino, the Olympic sprinter, to the limit in both the 100-yard and 220-yard at the district meet. Cook will, beyond doubt, give Normal plenty to talk about this year, for few colleges have men who can run the 100 under 10 seconds. Seward and Cornish were constant point makers in the javelin throw. We are sure to miss " Monkey " Cornish, but we are certain that Seward will still keep the javelin around 180 feet or better. Lee Berry is one of the best quarter men in the S. I. A. A., an d is a steady winner in that event. He was beaten for the first time last year at the district meet, the time being 49.7. Lee is back this year and waiting for a chance to run that race again. We will bet on Lee! Moorman, Miller, Rockhold, and Bailes in the distance events did creditable work for Normal. They are all back in school and will be hard to beat this year. Johnson, West, Meson, Dry, and Stoker in the field events also aided in keeping Normal out in front. The ' 31 team won dual meets from Louisiana College and Tech by wide margins, but lost to Southwestern in a close contest. They also placed third in the district meet. This year the ' 32 team has opened the season with a bang by capturing the 440, 880 and mile relays at carnival. Seward, Berry, Cook, and Archibald set two new records in the 440 and 880, the time being 43.5 and 1:29.9, respectively. Berry, Seward, Archibald, and Webb won the mile event, but failed to break the old record (held by Normal). They made it in 3:26.5. Seward won first in the javelin, whi ' e West and Nesom placed second in the broad jump arid discus. The two-mile team, composed of Moorman, Miller, Granier, and Young, placed third. The total points gave us second place in the meet, close behind L. S. U., who won first. In a meet with such schools as L. S. U., Lovola, North Texas Teachers, Stephen F. Austin, Louisiana Col- lege, and Southwestern to present a record like this, we may expect great things from the team before the season ends. Records in Track and Field Events Established at Normal [Bill Dunckleman 10 sec 1915 1 92 1 1931 100 Yards Harry Turpin 10 sec [ Erskine Cook 10 sec 220 Yards Frank Archibald 21.9 sec 1930 440 Yards Frank Archibald 50.6 sec 1931 i Kenny Hanchev 2 min., 2 sec i 9 - 6 880 Yards (Jack Bailey 2 min., 2 sec , 92 8 Low Hurdles San ford Roy 26.1 sec 191 7 High Hurdles hi. Dunckleman 1 6.1 sec 191 3 Mile Jack Bailey 4 min., 32 sec 1928 Two Mi e Malom Parry 10 min., 30 sec 1929 T Arthur Seward | „ , 1 Frank Archibai d [ Rela ' ) Lee Berry f 5 min " 2 sec " » l [ L. Z. Walker J Javelin Clayton Cornish 178 ft., 7 in 1931 Shot Put W. Knight 39 ft 1927 Discus Elbert Redding 123 ft 1927 Pole Vault Clayton Cornish 1 1 ft 1930 Broad Jump Jack Bailey 21 ft., j$4 in 1928 Hieh Tumn " (Jack Gamble 5 ft., 8 in 1928 Hlgh Jump |L- Z. Walker 5 ft., 8 in .930 Uiasrball ' I he grand ole national pastime lu been reinstated at Norma] after being dropped for one season. The game of baseball as .1 college sport seems to be fading, but the College lias held on to the game thus far. Dr. Stroud has worked hard with his teams and always makes .1 nice show- ing with his limited amount t material. Due to the fact that the m " " ' was dropped last year, In did not have enough varsitj men to (i.i • .1 team tins y» - he has devoted all his attention to building a freshman team .m«l material foi 1 team next year. I In- Freshmen an- working hard, ami with such promising men as lie now has Dr. Stroud tells us we maj expect good results next year. Porter, in the role or catcher, i- making a line start to development into a i first i lass in.iii. Averett, Moseley, Weems, and Olivier show up well as pitchers. Dupree at first, Maxwell at second, Martin at short, and Laomis at third make up an infield thai is sure to develop into liist rate material. Sop M Weems, and Averett are the outfield candidates that round out a freshman team thai we are sure will maki 1 creditable record tins season. laa ball Porter Look at that pig! Getting their heads together. AvERETT One of our " dog " pitchers. Trying to get on base. Weems Another one of our " dog " pitchers. Dupree This dog can play first base, too. eiir ••» " (Club )| 1 ICI KS III 111 » Ml KI . . . Ai ton Kik Kimi n . Stathi m 1 Ml n:i Ks Carvu Mil i u Mouni I ' k iiiik Pi OOI " v i Mi u «r 1 M - Tt KIMS JOSI- Km iiimm i) lit KI W i •vl K 1 S| l Pmulfnt HlKKV si n S| KII Rnwnn |nllv- V I kl K Mil I I K (hih m.i organized to iln- Spring " t ;i and hai been functioning tincc thai time, li i .in organization with unlimited opportunity i " do great service t " the Louisiana Stati m.il College. In it- infancj tee can tec results i it- work and with ii- n; great thingi an i p i ted from 1 1» i — club, The Normal " N " Club ii composed rntjrelj ' t .i r-ii .i « li I « i -. In be . membei " t tin organization i- cherished bj r r student who has received ■ The main purposes " t the club are t " bring athletes in dose touch «itli each other; t " pro- mote and keep .ill campus athletics on i higher plane; t " Fostei thi Normal spirit, and to aid in all student activities pertaining i " athletics •■! Louisiana Stato Normal Coll ?X9 snsnsr? - y v - v V " S JL Unmnt ' js AthUttra ■h£M Women ' s cAthletic till ii ' tumuli til ' After the ftfMM ■Ihiiifi the apple The team V ' l tf r Sport leaders ■ III sports Women s cAtbletics II I MM I llll I llll I II II 1 1 llll 1 1 III II I Mill MUM Hill Mill HIM On with the show Try this The circle %eal art For all dthletic IIM1IIIHIMIIMMIIMIIIIMIIIIIMIIII 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 llll 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 II I II 1 1 1 1 ' •7 little game On the field Three and out On tin- luird mrfsee • • .A " The ' " H Women s oA thirties i r ; 1 1 1 in ri m 1 1 1 n m 1 1 it 1 1 1 m i ii nit 1 1 1 it i 1 1 nil I u t ! I basketball 6. L. S. £ f. c. C- We Won S. oA. K. Aii (Oppurtuuitii ' I R opportunity is afforded each girl foi participation in nmt spoil r physical activity. Team sports .m l individual iporta are both .1 pari t the repe r t oi re, so that each girl learns to recreate herself. Our athletics lit into h girl ' s scheme ol living, not iml while she is in college, but after the leaves college. One ol the roost treasured possessions of the modem girl is real enjoyment 01 fun in play. It In hoped that tins spirit can b - maintained .in she grows otder, especial!) when man) and varied interests t.iLc one ' s tunc and sober one ' s temperament. With these man) other interests there is .1 need to be refreshed, and the most healthful " t refreshment can come from participation in sports. I « • man) lose the powei ol play. Life be c o m es t serious to them. Everyone cannol be skillful, but all can have 1 good time pla) ing. The sports program is seasonal and advantage is taken " t our good ole Southern sunshine. " In the Fall there are soccer, rowing, tennis, voile) kill and other minor sports. In the Winter interest centers in hockey, basketball and hiking. In Spring there are sports, baseball, rowing, track and field, tennis, archery, Newcomb, and everyone waits with an anxious heart foi the tunc when it is flnall) warm enough to plunge into the invigorating salt water pool for the first dip t the season. In the Summer rowing and swimming are the chiel sports. There are always .1 tew who brave the heat and pla) tennis. Man) also enjo) the Summer pla) hour in the evening with croquet, horseshoe pitching, voile) ball, or other lighter sports. I lancing is always popular and enjoyed at an) time during the year. I ven the most serious cannot resist the inviting atmosphere " t oui lovelj grass carpeted pla) (it-Id under the statel) pines. In the privac] ol this " No Man ' s Land " everyone feels that she can enjoj herself to the tidiest. Anyone who chances b) is im- pressed with the spirit ol tun that resounds from the cheers and laughtei ol the girls at play. Ever) uirl will remember the uvm as the scene ol main ol the happiest times in college with her friends in gymnastics, dancing, sports " i Bocial affairs. The competition consists ol intramural tournaments, eithei intercrass " i interclub, in team sports as well as individual sp..its. Each sport cup is engraved with the name ut the winning team each year. The W. V . is the organisation that sponsors all tournaments and is responsible for much t the enthusiasm in our women ' s sports. There is no doubt but that those who participate in sports and enjo) them live richl) and full) and have experiences which have creative value not onl) to us. but to society. The contacts which we have pla) a great role in influencing and detei mining oui philosoph) ol life. Let us always play. sSltfc- GrBBk Societies ]} n QUfaptrr Ol . Drlla £»uuna lzpsilmi ♦ Founded I M mi I niversity, Oxford, )lii«i, M114 1 1 Established at L. S t ' a I I II .Hill (» ' ' Mi mbi r in Faculty I SI III 193a I K si i» BOI IKCH i 11 1 1 Grifi M K l ( .1 SIMI W Kl KSI I K Si I SS ( . KKI I I M IRGARI 1 (1 mi M KIII I in |»| III [1SON I I 1 K W l KIKIl I K S I 1934 SS C KKl III (1 m ins III kh PiiKiinn I i( .1 sum Esther Gali Ri ichnor Mikii |ONU I mm ( ' . B01 si 11 i n I ki. KI I II S-ns M K I El 1 via 111 Robinson 1 1 s GUYMIMRR : nisi; D. I ( " I K 1935 M Kt 1 (.1 IWHM- DoROTHi Lower) Pi 1 s Iki si Mi 1 si.i k Mil : I s k Johnson Mi si 111 Pucketi him I i 1 1 1 I ' I K(i I ssl s I ki Amu s K 1 K Is. - k 1111 1 1 s TOO! i I V si Imissn McNlRLI I II I ( " KKl III • s- ! | i 111 Mki i i i C. ( ' . ikiu n K I l l - II- U I ( )| I II I KS Gbnevievi Kl k i ) M RI 11 I. " i ISI III MON • F« i is A K " N ■ ■ M m M ,,, . I ' risitlt lit . I 1. 1 Pn ( tit . . . 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II XM M ■ Esther Cooi ix Mm Sami ri 1 1 X X J, Officers .. ■ , . 1 Ai vina Ruth Good ' • ;. « nt Evelyn Bbaurbo ri tent Thblma Henri Vi rr arj C 1 it. I ) win . Treason 18S lO ppB (£ haul it ♦ abrta igma Spattcm Founded .it Kansas State Teachers College. Emporia, Kansas, 191 7 i at I v 1 . 1: ' •I Silvei I9J2 Ai iu Akin Mil IH kim. I ll I I V VKkt K |)uKli|ll i.KIMIS |i Mil 1 1 Hi m I u k I HOMPSON l " ii Pi ki l i kki Mil IIKII) I U -I K« m MiKiwn Vh i " ki Si I ' m n ()i in Kt 1 1 I oi Bonds N ' ok Mil Hi 11 ik Dorothy Coin I-M4 Cl II MIKI) Ml klVM M KIII PlNI M K(. KI I R Pi ki 1 r HOMPSON ST! I ' M MI InlKMI I I 1 Mil III Jul I t (,kvii Minimi I Mil I ' lllI IPS ! i 1 Mai I " hom v- Pi 1 |n MI H. I WMK I in 1 1 Dkmi I Iwiii Gammon Mybleni I I nun I 1 1 S()R Mi I -in 1 1 Cw Minn I ' V IR( I SM s Mrs. Jambs Bbli Mm. E. B. R " ISllR 1 )S ( , Po« iki BOBINSKI )|| il I KS ESSIE LEBLANC . . I III I P KKI K I u k Thompson Mm 1 rm I- u si . ;. « ' -. -i.ii ill ■ if ' (Ihrta tgttta Upatlmt Lol ' i to right: LeBlanc, Faust, Butl i MeKlnney. Durio, Griffl F ournet, Tin, ' Parkei Thompson, Cohen, Abington, Thompson, Sudbury, Kahn. 187 Alalia Irlta (tlKiplrr Founded ai State Teachcn College, Ypsilanti, Michigan, iK ' u iih,. I ,n l 5. A ( . ti fonquil anil I orgi t l i Blue ind I Mi mi: i ks in Faculty Derbii Pikkston Mm Ui rgi Williamson 1 93a Martha Hichtowei Krxestini Whim 1 1 1 n 1 1 ( in 11 wt Ma 1 1 1 n. 11 M muhj i 1 1933 III I I HlM » 1934 I K l l SlKMl I) IKI HI hi I ' M. I l »o [ OM MONTGOMERY I WOOTM I 1 1 V 11 1 111 Hi ki FORD DOKNI I I " I N Hi Ami .KI H lll Okimim K l K I ' M ' POFI I ' ll KIM N VONNI Ku 11 ki) I Mil 1 Ml P MU LiERTRI in ill 1 I. II I l | IIIS-|M Virginia Hi m i I M llU Siiiki 1 WiMKi 1 I ' ki-i 11 1 Pi um s I u V m 1 m Patrons m Pa mow ssi s i wo Mrs. Wooori m McCook n Mrs. t (Eorci W ' n 1 1 Mi k D Mu Chris Hum Offici as Martha HtOHTOWER I RNI 51 in 1 Wll LBV 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 s M IO I I 11.11 M KMI M I President . . . . I 1, 1 Prt w nl . . . Si cret • in , 1 Jit IKappa £ tgma « z i $9 4 i i Alalia intna Alalia I ndcd ;it St I .ulici College, Farmville, V:i.. i I ..• S. N. i quil r .ill Whit, and Crimson 1932 II - K Ml I I W M k Ml I ' .l KM I IX I 11 1:1 k Mini ' ! Mikmm Cain 1 1 xmi Wall Gwendolyn W 193.1 MIX Kin • I .IK Fanmi I 1934 in Si xmh 1 x 111 III Kll K« Aw x Mai Davevpori - l XKI M K l« xil Brow n [935 I XXI PRK I l : Ek!H lUx x i I RAM E8 CARROI I ' Mil HI ( XKKiil l MM I IM Wll 1 i I kIK |l I IX HOFFPAL ' IR I ' ll |l XX I I ( i-l. X Mil DRJ D JON ' EJ A 11 1 II xin Sponsor Mki ( s ik I ' xiuns 1 SSI S V K. m - l l - g mxmi XlMlK Frew Mx km 1 Kim Mi kkii 1 Si 1 1 ix x ( )i 1 li I Rs Kate Flanagan . . VlRGINI I ' nMis . . Mir Canj I I I MIX Tl l Kl K . I ' ii ( III . ; . ' • ;. tit . . . Si 1 I 1 : I u • I ' 1 ' 9 ' • frignta Sail (Sattttna • 1 iitnltil at II nrrrnsburg, Missouri, IQ20 I ibl ' ukrd .11 I S ( . nutj Members in Faculty k. i . Ropr I W. w l EMBERS IN CoLLEGI Kw Mu i u . LaVRRMI ( K fK . l { k D kl . Dl KM M . . • • . nl Cl KISll III 1 OS ,nn at I i 1 St. Willi 1 ClaSl ' if tgji t ' hmplai si iiii m Crow l nu Hoi mu (.1 I M SlMI [Ol MOI N I Mack i w kiki MAU M I ' vkkn ( ,1 l WkH.II 1 C JODU | m How IRQ ATM HOI 1 II IRPER Cl N TON II iiihi v. J. Dooo Cl ki NCI 1 I I i CM K w Mn i ik Leon ( . wun i I 1 KM ( K IK Jill D Kll Wt Class of uj;4 CH ki i Wi -i M Mtctl ( OKI ki Hn 1 PERKINS Wniiwt KII 1 i.i 1 1 (!ht y o) OrVILU II UK ill 1 i III KI Barton " i ncsi a !ll K PlERSON l ot Camp Freeman [oni i K MOM) II W III I II I ' ll KMIV I ' m i JOKI 1 I ' M 1 Wbw I) u in U ' ii i i i I u k i iiii i m I km n Doucim oin Born I ' l i DGI s liui Wku.iii I ' m i [ONI - Ai 1 1 s In . Kl llll Wll 1 1 1 M M K 1 IS 1 V M MR 1 VKI 1 ' ■ Ml |i -i Hi u iiik I ■ 9 ' i igma Suit (gamma Miller, Mount, Dry. Crosby, Sims Holm, s, Dawkins. I ' any, Harper Durham, Tullos. Wright. Gamble Perkins, Dodd, Carver, West, Ropp Ates, Commely, Ward, Talberl ' 93 • liatnba Zrta • Founded at Louisiana Slai Vormal Collegt Natchitoches, Louisiana, July .• . i , M i mi:! its in Iniin . A. I kiiiikk k R. G. " KKtKS 1 1 MBI ks i CoJ i i (.1 1k sk Archibald . k. i. stoker . K. 1 . Iii . I ( Hlk . (II KI Cl NSJIVCII t I ' l II. I, -III I :■ ■ • ' . .;. . ' It meet •i ' l! .il 1 1 mi . i ' l, J,i, Captain Frank Archibald I 1 1 Berry s i KDBRS BOMKI I II K. |. Stokbr DlCK Mi Mil II IS CHARI i Cl ssisciiwi Frank R K. I . In Class »t 1933 WARRI s Cl IKIK I i Ro A i DRIDCi |) CONNBI IIiki ih. Pi Hi hi Cl INU Gooow is :s ROCKHOI l Class of 1934 I iWRI sv 1 Yoi NC Hi n Pi Bl h 1 X Gaii ssii lh uta :l " |(IIIS Rl ki I l I . Ill KtOOS DlZZI Pi IN .ICIKI.I ( .1 I SI K I ' l I Plbdci Doxb K. Rum ll KKV I Baii s I . I I I K IIIK ' 95 ♦ yiii Kappa Nu • Founded at Louisiana Statt Normal College, Member in Faculti K. W. Winsti u Ml Ml ' .l RS l C ' ol I I (.1 ( w s I. Kt v i it k . I |i vkii MOORM w . Cawthom . Lofton «mh 1 - KII| Wl HI! . Ai ins Km Kimi i) . I ' r i ;. , ill I :.iint . , , i I ■ • ,1111 ,il 1 1 ins . I ' l nn ' • ' if 1932 RlHK- V Wll Ml K J U K» ' i Ai ION Km mkh 1. Il VKII MlKIKM Ak i mi k Si kii Mn his II m 1 Class of 1933 I (U Ml lil KM I I |ni Ca« IHOH III n-d Johnston (i i I. Ki iwi in k 1 of 1 g ] t Ml KK I MI.Kt Al I I VM.IIIKI) Caw ion Joki t M kk. Asm k ci I nun Wi 11 11 Ik m 1- WlMBERI I. H. ' Hi otn M w m 1 1 (■ ki mi Di Mom Ki ixii i ' ii Don i n- ' i Nil H Awki n AnTMOHI I ' mkiik I ' l I |) l KI- Willi l:- WlLLII K ' VlKCIl Ml I M ( i inn Pm 1 i- |oni 1 Dl M 1 ' llKIIK (I Kllss K K|ll M. K. (.Ill Ul I i i w Dl k Dl I ' KI I II Hi KM I II (1 ki K 1 l i Hi 11 1 v Jackson. Ne om, Rockhold, Cawthon, Resweber Webb, Moorman. .1 is, Johnston, Wins! Seward, Hal), Burnette, Whittlngton, Langford Calhoun. Jones, Webb, Anderson, Demoss Lambre, Maxwell, Welch, Boss, Donaldson Mulkey, Qallion 97 jlnta (Ihaplrr in ♦ Alalia yiit OS am ma • hounded ;it Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, im-»i ; .a I S C. in _,.; OFF1CI Ks Frmsiim X " i t i i President Evelyn Alleman Vki President K i tun w Adams Secret Cl id I) win Treasurer M i m it i ks i Faculty K. i . Ron Akkii I m kii Pi L Di coi km u 1 93a isut I 1 Bi km Ci eo David K iiik ADAMS 1 KI ITIVI Wll I t 1933 Evelyn Ai i im s Berkk i Bains Ai vis Ki 111 (.chid l ' l I IK. I S Chaw t Ci nnikcham M mi Pun MM Hi II IK 199 Eattib a Drlta Camb a ( l I U I RS. !•){ I I ' ; . Mack Dawkins . President Sherwood Burgdorff . ient Dessii McKenzii Srerettu} ' . ' I.(i. Foi k i i . . . . Faculty ); ' .. ' . ' HlSTORK i Ski u H Realizing the need " t : rgan zaiion in the Chemistr) and ill Physia Di p.irtiix in-. Lambda Delta Lambda Fratemitj waa organized al tin I lirmoiu Si I i i hi r» College, I airmont, Weti Virginia, in 1925. Eta Chaptei ol tlii- National Honorary Physical Science Fraternit) was established al ih • Louisiana State N01 in. it College in May, 1931. 1 I " purpoaea oi this fraternit] arc: . I , fromoti interest in ii ■ Chemistry un.l I ' i 1 ncouragt 11 high ttandard ni tcholnrskif in i i-h tubjeei . I :, recognition im iIk,s, attaining this sttinJtu.t. I In- membership oi the fraternit) is composed ol rodents who major in Ch m istn nr Physics, the professors ol Chemistr) and Physics, and othei persam wh ■how an interest in these subjects. I 1 1 1. AasHiRi m m k n w ki » I OOI I Dk I I IMIK Hill I n l I - JOHN B. K CH R " 1 I K Ml Ml ' .l RN R 1 V. DSTON . . Pi km UI I . ( , I in km 1 I in 1- Hoi n - |i 1 1 Mai l ios Ol I II M M Ml 1 » I. W. w Siieawnon Hi rgdori i L. Ducourn m I I S I I I I ( . I ■ 1)1 nil Mi Ki ll Kraxk Miller Asm 1 k ik IxtZ Amis Aim - |)i km i Hi ki (,i 11 iiikn ROSA I 1 OISI 1 1 II I I S. Mil LIB |. CoNKoa S I II. Pi III- I U Ml Ml ' .l KS . II (MU III K V. K lii unm V. V. ftSON K I I ( 11 11 Al MA Fl " I RNO A 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 i I u k Hoi mi - I I ' ll I ll. KIN I null III I I iiki- I ins ( : wfiu 1 Cl 11 roN Owen Johki 1 Smart xin Wkh.iii 1 {lau-Urllrttb (Cmuiril ( )l 1 l( I Rs K n Flanagan . I.IMIMII kl K I . I V Kl I II iCHlll . Ill : I I ' VKkl K . M k 1 1 1 I hi. ii row i k , ' • ' ultni . I : in . Recording Secretary . I ' uKlllll Ad isors M . FREDERICK! Mitt DEBBII PlNKSTON Miss Ieorgi ni Hi chi i Members ). in Sii iim Epsilon Genevievi Kl km Mabtha Loi Hi 1 K l I » ( iNKKI I Sigma Sigma Sn, Al ms v Ri in D win BERKICI BAINS ' ' in Sigma I Epsilon Helen Parker Pi ki Pi kiu ln MM D I M -I M K III llll.llll ' WIK I K l I - MKIII II M u I i ii.ii M irsh i i Alph v .llf lin K. 1 1 I i s ICAN Vik;.i i COATBI I ii in k Mmiii i ins - " V " URBANIZATIONS i Mou si lint K i i Flanagan :.ii y Statu i M » ♦ Uhf tttfrftd Aiiiuuialinu • The Louisiana State Normal College Student Association is affiliated with the National Student Federation " t America, which is an international organiza- timi ot students. I n.lci the leadership »t its capable officers and Student Council, the student bod) has made a forward stride in the pages ol Louisiana State Normal history. One oi it mo-t commendable achievements is the closei icl.iti.iN which has been established between the students ;in.l faculty. The Association has made numerous awards tn the athletic heroes t the College. movement towards friendlier relations with other Louisiana . " I leges u.i- sponsored h tin- body. Two representatives, Joe Mount md Stathura Crosby, t " the N. S. I V convention in Toledo, Mii , u.i also one " t the outstanding acts it the Normal n Vssoi iation, )nl juniors and seniors are eligible tu Iml.l office in the Student Association. The officers foi each school year are elected in the preceding spring term. 304 Joe Mount Rfpresextatives Stathum Ckosbv ♦ tud?nt (Umutpntimt ♦ Joe Mount and Stathum Crosby were delegates to the 1931 Con- gress of the National Students ' Federation of America, which was held at Toledo, Ohio, December 27-31. Approximately three hundred delegates were in attendance, with the largest representation coming from the South. The Congress made a definite plan to sponsor a Pan-American Stu- dent Conference in Miami next April. It is hoped that such a meeting will promote better understanding between students of the North and of the South. Tulane University and Sophie Newcomb will be joint hosts to the Congress of the N. S. F. A. when it meets in New Orleans in 1932. 205 ♦ ahr luitrut (Cnuuril • The Student Council i- composed t fourteen students. These ire the time Student Association officers, presidents t the three religious inizations, presidents " t the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes, three representatives from the student bod) .«t large, ;m l .1 representative from each ■ ! the two college publications. The Student Council u rves .1- an executive bod) foi the organization ni students, having as it main purpose the bringing oi the members oi thesr organizations into closer cooperation with each other. The umk oi the p.i : yeai has been concerned chief!) with the hih ing ut .1 student handbook :in«l the creation oi .1 closei contact between students and faculty. The Student Council also sponsored this year the sending it dele- - t.i the convention oi the National Student Federation t America in Toledo, )hio. The I) nl discusses business to be considered in the student bod) meeting. It hopes to l»uil l in the minds « » t each student tin- aims and ideals oi true student life. Till (. ' ni Mil I K XSK .WlllHW II (II XKI ES Cl MKINCH Kl si mi i Caosai K Ml FLANAGAN N01 in Li Bi v i Km Mii 1 ik I h ssil M Ki u III H 1 I 11 1 v - 1 1 I Mm 1 1 1 1 m.i 1 H Pi Mill K Ai ins Km KIIOI l 1 I 1 l IV I t i Ki K Will 11 Wxkii (11 xki 1 9 1 SI 206 ♦ $titdrut (Enuttril • Mf mimti Left to light: Flanagan, Sexton, Archibald, Ward. Johnson, Rockhold, LeBlanc, Tucker, West Prather, Mount, Crosby, Miller, LeBlanc. 207 t dhr JI nt ponrri taff ut ' 1932 ihi aft ' rrlinu- atrlu, nrniratr this, thr Rfligiotu Qhrgan- izatioti Orrtiott, in . . D. a. aarltmi and Ahriti OSimft 9 nr thrir faithful attfl nttbnituj Brrairra tn thr KrligUnu mork at thr ICnutiiiana tatf Normal cCnllrnr aoS ildtgtmia (§rgam2attmt (Unmientunt During the Summer of 1931 there were several conventions of stu- dent religious clubs attended by students of the Louisiana State Normal College. From June 5 to 15 Harriet Davidson and Kate Flanagan were at Blue Ridge attending the Y. W. C. A. convention. This is an annual meeting at which the Y. W. C. A. of Normal is always represented. During the last half of the month of June, Milton Hall and Dick Fluitt attended the annual Y. M. C. A. convention at Blue Ridge. From July 2 to 5 Cleo David and Noelie LeBlanc attended the con- vention of the Federation of College Catholic Clubs at New York. They went as representatives of the Newman Club. In July, 1932, the annual convention will be held at Los Angeles, California, and the New- man Club of the Normal College expects to send delegates. Religious Organ ization Delegates Blue Ridge Delegates Kate Flanagan Harriet Davidson Nezvman Club Delegates to Nciv York Nof.i.ie LeBlanc Cleo David 209 ♦ tliuuui film ' s (Christian Assnriatum ♦ The Young Men ' s Christian Association it the Louisiana State N rmal College has been an activ oiganization t »r ■ number t years. The purposes oi the Y. M. C. . are t lead students t faith in I i I through c " 1 1 1 1 - 1 : to put each member ' s service and membership in e church; t promote faith through the stud) oi tlx- HiM - and through prayei ; t put forth an effort to l the will t God. It- activities include regular Sundaj night meetings in which en- thusiastic discussions arc held on topics mat vitall) concern young men in college life. Delegates are sent to Mine Ridge each yeai and the inization i- represented ;it -t.itr conventions and conferences. The . l. C. .. through tin- guidance " t it- faculty advisors, i- largel) responsible for bringing man) noted and religious!) prominent leaders to tin- campus. The members are promineni participants in othei col lege activities, including athletics, social affairs and school de p artmental hi ganizatJons. Thf Cabinet Hi dson Johnson President Milton Hall . Via President Rdwin Stewari Secretary and Treesuret Howard Ates Chairman of Socials Ci mi Goodwin . ... Chairman 0 Finana Committet Ray Miller , Chairman of Membership I. ism 1 Smith Chairman of Church Relationship k Talbebi Chairman 0 .! . I Storbi Chairman of Foreign Relations 210 1. M. (21. A. (Eabtnrt . Left t , right: Story, Stewart, Seward, Johnston, Miller, Ates, Gamble, Talbert. • thumn UUuuru ' ii (Christian Afiaariattoti . I be oung Women ' i Christian Association " i the Louisiana v N ■ -ii.il Collegi holds it- regulai meetingi each Sundaj night. Pro ctaniN consisting t inspirational t.ilk and mm ■• m. 1 In- acti ities ol the organization consist t the support oi in orphan, the sale t tuberculosis stamps .m l donations through the Red Cross, Mnt tn tin Blue Riil t- Conference and to othei conventions. ' 1 1 Y. W. C. A sponsors mid iveekl) prayei meetingi in the dormitories and morning watch services. It- general purpose ia t uphold the ideals t the girls of the o liege, to give them training in ous leadership and to draw them closet t " i rod. 1 ver) girl feels il«.n hri college life has been enriched In membership. I. ii i [an Si roM . M Ki s n . HtltS I ' VKktR . N . . .is A K i ii NORALEI III I ' U. K Ml I I w iii iii Rn k . lints A sm t III I t S I ' XKKtR . . Ki u I El Hxkkim Daviosom l I i m ksm Ai ii i Ai.is ' .ims ( .1 SI Ml i I W i I I I I i i i i half . VlKI.ISIV Ml SSI K VlKl.lSI ( iiMI . The Cabinet ' ' . n.l, nl lent . I i ■iiuir.r I ' • | f nrt.lin, 5 . . R, i ill Altlil Si . I I . i hair man ii Morniua Watch . Chairman tf Pn mdii Chairman . ( hair wiin it 1 1 ra mnt . . (. ' mil man nl tin II . . C miimiin nl Prajrt i retina Chair mnit » S ' liials . (.lawman nl II ■•.I I • llov.s iif . . ( ' in i , nl S.ii . i Ri I . ( ' han man nl I ' u! . Chairman ■■ ' Until I ' lannl Chairman nl thi Orphan Siiffnrt 212 McKenzie, Coats, Flanagan, Laversiter, Abbington, Blair, Sexton, Good, Butler, Parker Tucker. Davidson, Flouney, Benner, Odom, Ricks. 213 ahr Nrnratatt (Club Cardinal Newman, the author t the inspirational " Lead, kmdU I jht, " n .1- one ot the world ' i greatest Christian leaders. It i most fitting that the groups t Catholic students in leading colleges and univ should band themselves togethei in the prominent Newman Club. The protection t Him is ever with rlie Club, lu - t « its n nition t the strength given Christian work In it faithful worker, Cardinal Newman. The members it Newman Club also practice a t " t charity and kindness to the unfortunates, .in«l join in the world crusade against atheistic doctrines pervading the inner life " t colleges and universities. I Mi active, evei generous, ever alert, ever vigilant a its companion ip m religious activity, the Newman Club plays no small part in the affairs t the State Normal College. Ntttratati (Club (Calmirt I 1 I 111 l . (i iii |) in . Iinw AlXEMAM nsi 1 HO I K Kmiiiik ( ,K U I . I I 1 i:i III Jni I t . k Minn AOAMS . II " 11 I I Bl Wi . I Kim I . I in tai I m (WOOD 1 1 Pi rsohn . I I ha I HOMPSON . I i Mai Heberi Genevievi Ki n n President . I i. • I ' ' - j. nl . Recording ! h ' l.i , . f.iiu. ' A ' . , ' ■ ' . . ' I.nli tiainmi nl I ■ :• rliimrni nl CoMMtltei 5 ;• s.f ' ii. Com mill . tnsidl II ' ■ 1 ' " inmitti i . Omltidi Homtt Com mitt • Outiidt Horn i ' m mitt i . Publicity Ckairmam -•■» ♦ Nnuman (Elitb (Eabtnrt Left 10 right: David. Thompson, LeBlanc, . LeBlaiic, Kearney. Cockfleld, Lockwood. Jollj Engler, Adams, Pershon, Hebert, Alleman, Rivet, Tilletson. «5 ft Ulaplisl ?ttuVtit lluinu II. mcii in ( k KVk iiikii . Leatus Stored . Akiiii k SEW ki . Leon I imbi i I | K ( I I MC . Kl I . III ( llMPM (iinUI Minim iki.im Benner IU DO M UCWI I l n Swi M . MlSJ Itl IK Mi Mk I KI IllV . I ' r i ii. I, ri. . First I i ■ ' ' , .,. . nt . V. ««. • . , •» Third I 1 1 ni . RiinrJimi Si, 1 1 ttiiy :.n . ( ' fioritlt i . Pianist I • tuuret ) i l Represrutmtivi I i The Baptist Student I nion was founded ;it the Louisiana State Normal in 1927 as a part it a State and South wide Organization. The local organization works through a council and sponsors .1 college department in the Sundaj School i the local Baptist Church, .1 Young Women ' s Association for missionarj study, and ;i Baptist Young People ' s Union. The I!. s . I . is the connecting link between the local church and the students on the campus, and strives to develop the students spii ituall) and sociallj . Ql 116 m u S. 1. (Emutrtl . Left to right: Story. Crawford, Gamble, Sweat, Uooney, Odom. Bernner, Maxwell, McClung. Sewa 217 JFiTiilnmut lUligiotiB Organization (Soinmiaaioti ( l 1 U 1 Ks Inn MA Ih « . M K (.KUI l VKM MVITLl I ' IS. l 1 1 1 Ml Ml ■ SI I McKlKNEl 1 V i.l K I Mini Bakei . I ' i, si.lt m I : . t I ' •i.lffll si i u K I I i Hi C KKI III The Freshman Religious Organization Commission can tr uly he called a just representation ol the efforts t the three religious organisations n the Louisiana State Normal College campus to foster constructive student endeavors. i member " t the group does nol only have hi name to elevate but to him lies the ta»!v Dt eithei upholding the ideals ;m l being ; source ol pride t i those who have aided him in attaining this honor, or ol being unjust to those u lu deserve some in.nL of appreciation from him. Commissioners t Louisiana State Normal College, continue your excellent work tur sour college I Mr models for your fellow students! Let others be justified in saying they have always been strictly honorable in everything, ; n have certainly been leaders unong and friends tn the students. 219 {hii-plr SJarkrt (Club OlIKIKS . . I ' i, i.l, n 1 Hk.M IiiVW K . 1 t. ■ l ' i i.li nl V 1 s . . M 1 Ml ' .l ks v I ' l IIKI 1 .. : I Wll R| MK ■ II O ' Banm v Bittsn k III NMIX 1 i Hi vs. ii llll.ll IIIVMK Whim |)t Kir) I OWBKY OOOM The Purple Jacket Club, which was organised in 1926 under the personal supervision t President ' . L Roy, is an bonorarj organization at tin- Louisiana State Normal Colli The officers of the club are tin- president and tin- secretary. Tin- members an- selected b) the active members in the club, with tin- assistance ami advice t tin- Dean i Women an. I :i designated ilrj committee. This group " t ' 4ii I- functions on special occasions at the College. The) an- it valuable assistance at the Rallies, Lyceums, Recital . Plays, Graduations, an. I an- especially helpful during Freshman Days, Tin- wearers - i the Purple Jackets an evei striving to spread loyaltj t theii Alma Matei among the other students and t increase the efficiencj t tluii College. purple Slarkrt M A« -H Mk jfM Left to right: Osborne. Hightower, Fontenot, Hendrlx, Mason, Jouett, Coates, Willey, LeBlanc, Nance, Behrens. Tucker, Odom, Good, Durio, Brester, O ' Bannon, Benner, Lowre: ♦ Bramattr (Iluh . ( )i I U I Ks I alt III III II " " ■ AtES . I ' i, nArnl 11 «OT»M (KXUKlKIl . . l.nl K mi Flanagan . .5 « i Tt in SlATIIL ' M ( . I ' i i I , it I (k IWFOftO . . • , ' ■ i.linl Kate Flanagan . . S -. . r S i mo 1 1 1 in S K ' K KHOI I) . . . I ' i, .;. , nl I " i» Grii i mis . . ,-, , ' », ridrni I i i ii i I " » " i ' . . ., utarj The Dramatic Club was organized at the Louisiana State Normal College 111 1923 under the guidance oi M.i Frances Davis, assistant professor " i English and Dramatic Art. Annetta I Wood, head t the Department oi Dramatics, has directed the club during the past tew years. A numbei oi excellent productions have been staged under her supervision. The organization sponsors t least one plaj even term for the students, and trains it members in the various phases it dramatic art. In addition to the four term plays, the Dramatic Club has also sponsored the Lesche Annual Playwriting Contest bj producing each year three original plays written b students oi the Normal. Each of these original plays proves repi sentative ol the superior dramatic work dune in the Coll I ♦ Iramatir (Ehih • -eft to right: Mount, Crosby, Prather, FoKle Griffiths, Will, v. Gill, Nelson, Flanagan, Wren, High tower, Gallion, smith Lawton, Pierson, Smith. 223 EnnltBfa (Chili ( )| I HI Ks Fall I Al PDN ROCKHOI ii . 1 v K rBOMPtON . Pi uu l t no . MONROI WUlB . . I ' t, tuttmt . I ■ nl . i u i Abinctok . ( .1 1 II l Kl K M Mil DIED Fausi . Ass ( KKl in nit, i Tt ' in ' ». ridtnl . ' ' . fidt nl I In English Club wai organized in 19J1 bj Professoi S, M. Byrd la meet thi ■ it -t uilc-d t-» whose major subject nr iiiti-n— t i- English. 1 hi- club phi ii " . tn acquaint the prospectivt leachei " t English with % h .1 1 will hr expected " t him bj superintendents and principals, and ith N.irimi- duties which «i volve upon him in teaching Effort i made ni.i information unavailable in regular College COI objecti " t the club art-: Inspiration and i in f 1 - « il icholanhip in English and I i - ire; improvement oi speech; development " t writing ability; stud) ol problems culiai to Louisiana teaching conditions; interest in the speech, folk-lore, and literatui I " ui i.in.i; .mil whatever m.i strengthen culture and creative powei in ti and h i- pupils. Programs ol the club require preparation In Mudents, but thej also provid tun bj people whosi experience and attainment will n ' v something " t vaiw to students. I In- club «ill encourage acquaintance with distinguished authors, scholars, superintend! and principals. result ivpiiiiil ii greater efficiency in the teacher during his ti r «t -.ir ol work, .i- h will not be ignorant " t matters which must usuall) In insisted upon bj (chool officials. Hi ihould have abilit} to grow in culture and n.il -pi r ii undet the environment nt hi- work in .1 school system. Id. Eng ' ish Department members hope to make, through this club, .1 definite contribu- tion in hrttrr Eng lish teaching in tin state. English (EUtb Robbi n. Brannon, Gletcher, Rockhol I Webb Hudson, Bri ' incr, Tannehill, Wooten, Brown, Varon, Thompson Harman, Faust. Thompson, Griffin, Carrott. Luttrell, Plant Parker, Carnahan, Kearney, Bouchard Lawton Garrett, Fontenoi Anderson, Walker, fearwook, Cromwell, Barry Adams. Behrens Ablngton, McCain, Kicks, Nettles, Duke, Stanton, Collins, Durio M ard, Dozier, Weaver. Mitchell, Car ruth, Alleman 225 Eutfattttra Ctlub ■i iiiii » . I i I t Si M . K Mill M N (,KUI ( )ll .1 I Ks ' till I . Pmideni ■ nl If inli lii in Victor i si dbi m I I Ml I . I KETTA l ' l ksmiis . UlK kl . i " President ..iir Environment has always been .1 determining factor in tin- moulding in character, .mil it was with this in view tint the Euthenia Club . ' - inized in November o( 1926 under the direction of Miss Grace Dex former head " i the Home Economics Department. ' I ' ll- Euthenics Club is composed entire!) of Hume Economics dents. It is first and foremost in promoting a professional spirit. This club also endeavors to encourage sociability and to develop culture among its members. The Euthenics Club at Louisiana Normal College is a membei - t the National Home Economics Association, at whose convention dele gates arc sent to represent tin- local club. Euthenics Club at tempts t.i prove its value in tliat it provides a scien- tific knowledge " t and inspires a deepei love for tin- home and the art nt home-making. Euthenics in its true m aning, better environment, and right living sums up tli •• significance of the organization. 227 . Drnuuirttr (Tilth . ( )i I ICI Rs I ' iimmx Hi mo . President II kKii i Davidson . • ' • ii ' ti m m v Wall In the Fall t the year 1931 a Physical Education Club teas organ ized, choosing tc.r its title " Demonettes " to keep oompanj with tin- 1 I mora. The club was sponsored b Mrs. Thelma Kyser, under direc tion " t the Department t Physical I duration. The " Demonettes " were organized with 1 two fold purpose in n-vv : (1) To create wholesome recreation tnr its members, and (a) t create an interest in women ' s athletic activities. During the Fall term the membership was thirty-four and in the Winter term it was twentj three. Officers i t tin- club are elected for a term t one year. 1 be t!- now in sen ice consist of : S iuoi Mas. Thelma Kyser ' • , , Tin i.m III KR Vice-President IInkrim Davidson S rgeant-ct-Armt . Eloisi M k i 1 Vblma Wali ■,tt,r Hi 11 A PI kmi Some of the most interesting programs thai have been given were n the subjects of " Camp Fire and Girl Scout Craft, " held around the camp it 1 c. An outdooi hike and picnic were enjoyed. The " Demonettes " arc doing great work and expect to d i even greater work in encouraging as well as taking part in various sports foi women. The club also has a social committee that adds " p t " a- well as italitj tn it- members. ♦ Smumrttra Bush. Herefore, Stinson, Wilson. Kyser Roach, Lussan, Meyer, Haygood, Tyler. Hanchey, win lies Henry, Tomme, Rachal Hines, Harris, Newman, Wall, Thompson Strickler, Marvin, Miller, Owen, R heads, Marcelle Iiosillio, Collins, Dunn 229 ECQ Iflnmru ' ii Atblrtir Aiuuiriatiim OlIUIRS I I t 111 Si . I U IS . K. Miiimsi Bftl mi«. II vkkii I D IDSON . MniiKt.i IIkimik .TiiK i l.l |.| Rs ' ■all . ill . ■ . •nn.i . Ilikin Tinnis . . I), in. in, i . I ' r . fulfill . I :.nl . 5 I iuii, r ■:.i I i ■ ■ | K, II i . gm i I III I VI III K III M.I III III Kl POM) . VlKI.ISI SlKll kl I K Asm i ii |)il uvn . MAR1 I n Mn i i k l k Id Ml . I i m M VKl KI 1 E ll " l I . Ill ll K I i VIMI llu Women ' s Alhlctii A ation was organised on tlii» campua in 1925. It- purpoM 1- t " develop sportsmanship, leadership, .in. I good health, and to increase physical efficieacj ol it- members. I l i- organization " i the Louisiana Statt Normal Collegi started «iili .1 membership nt twentj v;irU, who were merel) interested in iporti - m have s " i k it in 1 social program " itli the sports and it» " membership has in cr e a sed to ovei t» " hundred In March, 1 Normal Association held the first intercollegiate plaj daj mi wo men in Louisiana, llu- colleges 1 I at the plaj da) were: Stephen I. Austin, Louisiana s t.ii. University, Louisiana College, Louisiana rech, Southwestern, and Marshall College, rhe i ir licipants in tin- sports wen so iliviiliil thai ill competition between colleges was eliminated. In March, 1930, representatives from here attended 1 plaj l -» s .it Sam Houston College, Huntsville, l . iv l In event it Huntsville «.i» carried oul in the same mannci .1- the ont " ■ had tlir pn i« hi— v Bach yea 1 N " sweaters ai the high point girls, rhese girls must also pass a perfect th .mil -1 holarship t st. I In outstanding events oi this rear, 1 ; 1 ; 2. were th Carnival Ball and tin Gym I ind ■ ms Tin Mi MitiKs ui This Vi k Cabin 1 1 Am i I 1 Hi si I I) I K IS Kim Mki mi h . II KKll I D IDSON . President . I 1. . I ' i. M. I. nl urer 1 2 3 • (Orrliritlra • ( Organized in i ».» h Mrs Valona Brewer, .1 violin instructor in tin- M ric Department, the String Orchestra lu- evolved into the present college orchestra. The original group was composed of seven violins and • • )!) enlarged to eleven violins. This organization has grown tu an efficient and thoroughlj equipped college orchestra under the direction " t Professor Gilbert Saitre, irli Miss Frances McClung .1- pianist The orchestra plays for various college programs and activities, in eluding the annual Maj pageant, graduations, and Dramatic C ' luli plays. This orchestra also furnishes music tut -nam high school graduations an nuall] . The Normal College Orchestra lias received c om m en dations from many audiences and musicians in the State. an . Olijnral (fihtb • The Louisiana State Normal College Choral Club was organ- ized during the first term of the 1930 school year with Professor Jordan, head of the Music Department, as director, and with Pro- fessor Brittain, instructor in piano at the College, as pianist. The chorus participates in school programs of various natures and in concerts. Its first public appearance was at the dedication exercises of the new auditorium gymnasium on November 11, 1 93 1 , and soon afterwards was honored by being offered the privilege of broadcasting over Station KWKH in Shreveport, Louisiana. The Club holds regular practices and the members receive college credits. This musical organization has already been recognized as a vital force in school activities. 233 i L __B ■BBaBBB fl a " v 1 P • r fe ; " t ' Efl BHH . ttirla ' flier (Blub • As .1 - p. ii.it.- .mil distinct unit, tin- Girls ' Glee t ' lnh organized early in tin 1930 Fall Term undei the supervision " t Mrs. Lillian Gerovt McCo Although tin vocal club does not yield college credit to its members, there i-. nevertheless, .1 la ge and talented membership. This organization has been .1 forward step in the greater development nt musical activities .it the college. The ( ilee Club is also rvei prepared to furnish a choi us for anj college acth it tE. l£. . IGiterary orirly Officers Fall Term A. B. Calhoun President Don n is Reagan ... Vice-President Maurine Chandler Secretary Ei.sie Penneli Treasurer Whiter Term Marcus Corley President Lui.a Mae Thomas Vice-President Don n is Reagan Secretary Olga Johnson Treasurer A house divided against itself is not always bound to fall. In 1891 the Seekers After Knowledge had to divide itself into two divisions, due to its membership being too large. The loyal members, realizing that loyalty to their Mother S. A. K. de- manded loyalty to the new group, agreed to an equal division. The new group drew strength and inspiration from the parent organization and became a rival of the S. A. K. ' s. The gold and white of S. A. K. clashed with the gold and purple of E. L. S. ; in all contests the younger group proved a distinctive contender for honors. Proud of conquering, the members have striven faithfully to hold on high the banner of royal purple on which is emblazoned in gold, K. L. S.. and in the h.-arts of whose members one reads, " Semper Fidelis " — " Ever Faithful. " 235 5 A. IK. Cttrrarg wirtii • ( )| I HI KS Vihi.ii Mi i km lONI Mvk MAOCI Smiim . I RM1NI Svillll . Madelyn Kmn Ki in Of i » . . ( .1 u M ku Long A i 1 1 I 1 1 . . . I i i- I t Hi sc . . l ki.i ikiii SlOVAl l s . . . . President I ft, ndenl . . Sea . . Prt ridt nt . . Sea . . I t , ,i . . I ' k tUeul l . ! ■ rideml . . i . A. K. ICitrraru i nrirtii Officers Elisa LeBlanc President Margaret Watson Vice- President Mildred Calhoun Secretary Lorene Owens Treasurer Emma Bouaxchaud President Gretchen Ortmeyer Vice-President Donner Toups Secretary Youree Watson Treasurer Robert E. Lee President Louise Sexton Vice-President Dorothy Lowrey Secretary Clarence Wasson ... Treasurer ' ■17 A. IK. Citrrarg fcorirtfl ( )| 1 U 1 KS Bl i HI PL ' CKrTl . . . . Prestim IKCRID Ni i SON . . . . 1 i. , l ' i . •;. . nl M VKI.VKt 1 VV l " . . . . . S i Mil v Lyles . . ■ . . ■ 1 1 »ll K LlEBI K . . . Pi .;. n 1 mii hn- . . rnfcaj M k Akih Ki ni k i . . K 1 lim ( i 1 1 . . . . 1 r, ii m i r MAM l " is . . l ' i i ;. 1 in 131 BROI M WD . . . . Pi •.-. - 1 1 « l Kkn 1 . . . . ,.r ,l»t 1 tiiEi Patrick . . . . 1 ■ - ros Pii - " N . . . l ' i. u.l. nl V AST . . 1 : Pi •-. . « I KI ' 1 . . . - 1 ESTI k Kornecai . . 1 1 ,nui 1 1 s« " ■ • POTPOURRI • § . A. 2C Ettrrarg Swtrty " Banded together, how triumphantly would the stu- dents of this Normal School march forward to greater accomplishments in literary activities. Seeking knowl- edge is not alone important; knowledge sought for and found must be disseminated to all stretching forth eager hands for the treasure gained by others. " How often did the above thought return to Profes- sor Heines. It had to become a reality — this dream of his. It did. The living proof is the Seekers After Knowledge Literary Society, founded in 1890. Ever glorious in defeat and deserving in many victories, she numbers among her members some of Louisiana ' s fairest daughters and most stalwart sons. When they hear the name, S. A. K., be they graduates of 1890 or 1930, they feel that inner thrill that comes only to those who truly love. And these sons and daughters did, do, and always will love S. A. K., a treasured part of college memories. 39 ifl. ii. c£. Citerarg nrirty ( )| 1 11 1 KS t ' llll It 1 III Um-i i " i ch n . . President Hi Kins , » ui si. in (Mil) . . 1 i ■ l ' i. rid nt Bi muci Ami , . 1 Mil N M H Mil . II till, 1 1 i ' III . I Rernk I Wll 1 MM- . . ■ ' 1 Mil U D Mil . . ;. . ' , itdemt | mill H IKH . v J nl IS KlKKIIMIIK , ' ■ .! .. The t " i older groups oi rtudents engaged in literarj activitj have always ■ . ] { C., the Modern Culture Club, li is always presented itaell .is .i formidable foe in the licit of battle t i literarj conquests. The youngest ol the three literarj clubs has proved that in youth, courage, nbilitj and steadfastness lead t i the heights. Modem in ;ill characteristics, cultural in ;i!l beliefs, and unite. I in ■ club t loyal students, Modem Culture Club has foi it- ideals the highest ;in l t n it- rewards ■ place among the leaders. 240 • POTPOURRI • mm W ' • (Blip rirnrr (ftlub • Officers F v Term Vernon McBride President Frank Rougeot Vice-President Ai.ma Fi.ournoy Secretary tV inter Term Leon Gamble President {Catherine Snelle Vice-President Ruby Lee Odom Secretary The Science Club, since it has been in existence in 19 19, has endeavored to increase interest in scientific investigations and to better acquaint its members who are of the Science Curriculum group with the field of Science. It broadens the scope of its members by supplementing the class work with other scientific knowledge. This club has been a source of learning for all its members in a most pleasant environment. The members of the Science Faculty willingly aid the students in their in- vestigations and give them valuable suggestions at their regular meetings every two weeks. Students who are members of the Science Club gain experience and training that will be of importance to them when they are out in the teaching profession. 241 a Bt ?b b (Irrmuttrri In the- Spring of the year l l 26 a Spanish club wai organized In Mr. Ernesto Dobles. who had just arrived to take his place as professor of Spanish at Normal. This or- ganization was composed almost entirely of students who were taking the Spanish course. The main purpose of the club at this time was to study the literature oi Spain and other important Spanish-speaking countries. Cervantes, one of Spain ' s celebrated writers, was the most interesting subject of study and it was in his honor that the club was named the " Sociedad Cervantes. ' This Fall when the time came for clubs to reorganize, the Spanish Club was changed somewhat. The members in- cluded not only the Spanish majors, but also those who were interested in the Spanish American countries. Although Spanish literature was not neglected, most of the time was devoted to the study oi the customs and the national life of the Spanish American people. Sociedad Cervantes has now grown into a splendid so- ciety under the leadership of Mr. Dobles, and has proved of great benefit as well as a pleasure to all its members. 243 ♦ ftnristaua (Club (Of firm? . 1 1 Tl RM ] Kiw i . . President Hum I ' m i 1 t Hi IN . 5 i M IYOI Kk II U . ;, , Pr rufmi Im i m Wii iOm . , . Treasurei • -Xtunuil (Inmnutlmi t£luli (Ot ' firrrs • Fall i ■ ' i ii k Nicholson . CHR8TUI Johnion . mi Puoi ( ' w NON Ku k tnt II l. I ' UklK . . M ku Sit PHI Ml RUNCSTEKI Ai iikiix.i I Knippbm . Sf ri i ; Term . President I U nt I reasurei . I ' i, (. . nt I i ' i I ' i i (, nt Treasure! It. i.l,nt 3£2 v s— Sty frrHS ctlir lint JJiutrri The Potpourri, annual publication " t the I State N rmal College, attempts to present in each volume pictures of the passing curs and achievements. It was ti i -t published in 1909, and since that jreai has : i iw n ith the Coll Profess u- Anni ! I.. Pujos, Amu. ?• bb, an.l Dr. J. T. II miLt have aided the 1 in various u ays. The Stall has made a sun •• rt t build a I ' imiL which portrays everj phase i Normal College life and which records incidents an.l implishments that th; students can always recall with pleasure bj turning tin- pages of this volume. P li. T 1 ©Ije $ni fmtrri ♦ THE STAFF Frank Archibald Editor «k Ernestine Willev .... Assistant Editor JQ R. J. Stoker Business Manager MlLDRED BRISTER . Assistant Business Mar. r Dorothea Behrens Art Editor Mildred Faust . ... Art Editor Alton Rock hold Sports Editor KATHRYN Adams Literary Editor Mary Mason Feature Editor Evelyn Alleman . . Organization Editor Kate Flanagan Typist Loft to right: R. J. Stoker, Busi- ness Manager; Mildred Brister, Assistant Business Manager; Kate Flanagan, Typist; Evelyn Alle- man, Organization Editor; Doro- thea Behrens, Artist: W, .T. Dodd, Magazine K ' litor. (Ciurrut aurr ;, (.tr-, in Sauce, a bi-monthlj pub- • ' in, is tin- college newspapei printed In tin Valckitochei Timet print liop ami circulated on alternate Thursdays. Ilu pages include various types oi .1 features, news, and editorials. • it the features in the Current are : Sauce Pan, " " We ' re Sleuths, " " I ' ll- Rambling Reporter, " and " The Inquisitive Co •.!. ' I lie editor it th, Current Sun,, is elected at the tarn: time ami in tin- same mannei a- th:- editoi t tin- mile-.- an- nual. I In- person selected must be at leasl a junior in classification at tin- Col- ui.l familiar with journalistic prin- ciples. I lie remaining stafi are either representatives from organizations on the campus oi appointed persons In tin- edi- tni .ui.l advisors. Creditable journalistic work on the stafi leads t. eligibility for membership in Alpha Phi ( ramma. Tins year I r. J. T. I looker was the facult] aiKisor ot tlu- publication. c , ( lirr.fi 9 M Stmt i.. i H. I I. Ml. III. I ion in Martha ■ W j i • i 4« 249 OSrnnir lUashtiuitntt " ■W- ' Mii ' wishes to pay tribute to George Washington on the two ■ J hundredth anniveraar) celebration of his birth. Waahington was .1 great product ol ■ crr.u race. Mis people reached high development in the nobility ol England -is part ot in order built from the beat ot Anglo-Saxon and Norm™ contribution. Transplanted to Virginia, thev rved valuable characteristics ol the mother country. As decades pasted in the colony, du Washingtons and Cavaliers ol their kind added to strong British inheritance other elements which 1 rich region ind frontier energy fostered. Thev established .1 landed aristocrac) which wis essentially I bah but was distinctively Virginian j n irs development and improvement. Their high civilization termed the finest, most wholesome, most gracious, and most virile society that English-speaking people had ever enjoyed. The Old Dominion, from her folk and her peculiar environment, shaped in Washington a man after her own ideals. I ran Washington the Virginian graduilb emerged Waahington the Ameri- can, whose mind and character were to endow a nation. Symmetrical growth in strength, wisdom, and experience enabled him to meet each new condition as it arose, to tee that separation from England was necessary, to decide upon methods after the break, to carry out his decisions in a long war. to build in his mind and in the minds of his compatriots proper conceptions of free, federated, self govern- ing states which should escape the evils of corrupt monarchy and avoid the weak- - ot irresponsible democracy: the I ' nited States of America. As vouth, man. husband, planter, patriot, soldier, leader, executive, statesman, President, and finallv father of his Country, Washington exemplified three vjreat cardinal virtues of the English race: I oyalty, courage, and generosity. By these as simple laws of conduct he reduced his problems. Through these he developed his inspiring personality. A versatile man. he brought to all his activities one distin- guishing characteristic: his own incorruptible personal integrity. He was sound in every relation o( public or private lite. He is a svmbol ot the best Americanism. He is a model for young people and for their teachers. I ouisiana State Normal College jomis state and nation today in admiration of the exalted character and Mipn me achievement ot George Washington. cA round and oAbout the Hill IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIMIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIII.il Ju t a friendly u ' tiling don a Three roses emong the thorns ( f ) ' ■Buddy ' s all up hi the air III together Jonesboro to the fore Senior ' Day IIIMIlllimilllllMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIUIIIIlllMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII oAfter jour years Class Officers iMeek Freshmen salute Qlory to the sign of Seniorhood Our Senior beauties Side Glimpses MM Mllll HUM ii On the Nd-v to l j» Oh, - f ! Helen! - Martha Lou goes madonna Those three little French girl Kff aj formal beauties and their beasts Balcony effects Leisure foments in inn inn linn linn i inn iiiiiM linn linn i him i linn iiimi in format ' s terpsichorean artists qA male ' s eye view of Will T)odd oAll stacked up " • 1 iMitch, isn ' t this the wrong one? The long and short of it Vdls ' • ' " II II I I " Ill Mil I Hti:cl and (jladys Susy and L ' tbba ' •Dorothy and SMary licrnicc and c4lrina StnHy and Popt lone and Donncr -liobb and Ruth Vats HIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMII Lucille and J oelie SMildred and c Dorothy Velma and Sis SMary Tom and %ed Sarah and SMildred Slise and Helen Olive and SMert Vals ■■ Illlllll I Mill III I llll II | | || ( 7«7 " s and Curtice ■Millie and ■fllcm- •T ur-v and Ernestine Kale and Fanny Dorothy and £dna Frances and -Dot Vals 1 1 1 in 1 1 lit 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ■ I ■ ■ 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 r Qrven and l ita Qarret and Qenna " Virginia and Trissy •Margaret and SMartha Lou £lfa and " Dorothea ' Bea and Shirley -, i I ■■ «ha I ( .« «.r.... Fntermtia •M IIIIM IMI I MM MM KM || Phi Kjppj Lambda -Delta lambda Lambda Zcta S ' tgma Tau (jam ma vAlpha ' ;; (jamma Sororities 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i • ■ ■ 1 1 (Milimlnt : I ill III III! Mill II Theta Sigma Upsilon Vi Kappa Sigma - r- - ' Delta Sigma Spsilon oAlpha Sigma oAlpha Sigma Sigma Sigma . . t» MA .• C -- Odds and Cud Illlllll I Illl | | The band peps thingt up Joe, -5Mr. Webb, and tin- • erissimg data sheet 9(oW, natch this! ( ' Incrful ictims ■ 7 colorful dispUt) Football mi i inn i mi 1 1 inn i inn him i imiiniiii: nil inn mill i in i mm i The parade winds its way up to the campus Coach and a couple of his youthful proteges The pajama-clad freshmen play an exciting game between the halves The balloons are released dml Everywhere • I ■ IIIIIIIIIIMIMIIII Permanent ftxtu On the j»j% to Sundcy School €mil y, Frances. ' Blanche, ami Frames K " th The usual ajter-d ' tnner speeches Hoe ' s %Ock and " Dormer (a fulcle man! ) Here and There IIMIIIIHIIir M I I Hill IIIIIIIIIIIMIl II Loiterers after Sunday dinner An assortment of students and professors Three attractive gentlemen Why does the foun- tain deserve such popularity? , " m Just come out to see what ' s going on -MdrdiCjuK iimiii i mi iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiinii George Washington and his retinue I(i ' d and u Bca go " Colonial " Qym Land Qems Festivities tn the Qym Tin- King and fifteen and ' Royal ( ' ourt oAround the Qampus MIIHIIIIMMIHIIMHMimillimillMIMIIMMMMHMIIimiHHMI Harold and a bagful of " Specials " Wuddy and Frank seem amused The camera must have startled Willy " Coo " The grouchiest man at formal, according to his own statement qA couple of roommates £ fr. Trislcr 2L 3 L Bellcs and " ' Minn I nun ■ nun 7 ' ( ( and ( ' lara Lora and Joe • Marly and ' Rock SWergtterite and Wick Stoker and Th tin, a Qlsdys and (jar I and belles and eaus in Ill ' HI -i I Illl II Willie and ' Velma Sleanor and oArchie SMilly and Cook Tom and Irene Ivy Haddox and " one " of his girl-friends l ivers and ZMildred Snapped While oAwaiting the I rain mill i i i iiiiiiiiiiiiii Traffic in front of Social fUSt before ( ' In i t?nj holiday The train mn t he fUSt around the corner c X) h ii the nalk to the crossing The gathering place Jusi nailing Religious oActivities 1 1 MM I MM 1 1 III I Mill 1 1 MM I Mill I Hill 1 1 Mil 1 1 Mil I IMtll Mill I Mill II r. W. C- 4- Cabinet C B. S. U. Cabinet Y. §M. C. oA. Cabinet ewman C u b Cabinet Freshman Com- missioners Organizations " Mt II mi mil nun in it n i .iimiimii mi mat ' s official hostessi - £Mr. Tiyrd ami kk future Uti lish professot - The " Dramatical U t of ortna! Life ( ' harlc ami - Sauce Staff cAs ti t are ■ ■T; ggg, amm " Pnt D ' Oemnn nyWhzre In y Time Lj (T 10SCEN Q Ju1ie2? vioee than .50,000,000 wu miss this isst £- ofe£ SjoJker , erJn 3hoff, 4MarJe,s Boj 3 BILT ODD,Fdilor L f a I e li Sii-nt« )ome Day At am turn last week ou will find what wo art- going to publish next week. • We will also be able to present for vour disap- proval some of some one ' s worst poetrv. You can read this stuff and be able to better appreciate the depression. • Our Art Department has been completely over- hauled. The new editor is late of the Sheriff ' s Ga- zette. Her art is also late but may get here. Be pa- tient. • If vou can ' t find what you are looking for in this issue we will trv to get it into the last one. • The next issue will bring to you both sides of the great question. " Where does vour hp go when you stand up? " • Voxy Popp will be continued till he gets tOO foxy. You Will Find All-America Booby Team 341 (By Proxy) Her First Baseball Game .... 47 (W. J. Dodd for Pot-o- Demon ) How the Xper ts Play 34 Two Buckets of Blood 22 •., i B ' Ode to Freshic ... 44 | With respect to Kiplm ) Voxy Poppy .... 39 • Your own picture. Mr. Healds ' twin brother. A perfect art exhibit. The pronunciation of Negro. A plan to end the de- pression. Girls want men? Men want girls? Students want A ' s v Loafers want time? Profs want? Beds want cover? Klu klux want beer? W. W. wants to talk? B. B. wants an A.B.? I . Z. wants an A.B.? Billy wants Wall? Julie 2? What You Want Wassom wants plus? Library wants quiet? 1 000 want excuses? Club wants ham and eggs? Training School wants? I uber wants Liebcr? Sudbury wants vieu ? Social Hall wants dark ' .- ' Harold wants a wife? Mr. H. wants a new ? Doc wants a B. B. joke team f D. wants a telephone? Shack wants less sub- traction: Shack wants lc s divi- sion? Shack wants more multiplication? Band wants practice? Singers want audi- ence? Try and get what VOU want. You probably won ' t want what vou wanted. If you get what you don ' t want, give it to some one in want, won ' t you? L A F E ALL BOOBY TEAM OF AMERICA c? PLAYER S( SCHOOL SOCIAL STANDING FUMBLING TRIPPING GRIPING Sunday school ATTFNOANCf LWHS PER YEAA y WHITE , W - NORMALLY non e lOCft GREAT 100° o -0 1 o PARKER, A D FLAT HIGH C GO ' fo MORE ? H6V5Z, ■ BURNETT, L- SILAGE AT ALL TIMES PLEASE NONE LESS NONE ! ' 1 CP BURNETT,H- CALF CULTURE YES DON ' T AT SOME HIS BROTHER SUMMER SALARY MUD SLINGING t SE OF HANDS BRAND OF T06ACC0 HOLDING -7 WHiTE, BALDY NORMALLY SOME .2.0 FINE CLEAN BEACH HUT ON O HANCHEY, - Ll ASH HIM TOO MODEST ASK THE PIANO DITTO WOMEN SLUGGING CLIPPING TAP DANCING GRIPING PASSING (Out) r " WASSON, DOG- NORMALLY SMALL YES OWN MEN NO IOC " OFTEN ■7- ( ■«■) LEIDER, L. - 4 ' 6 " , 32.0 LBS. A BOXER. NO GOOD ? ONCE A WEEK LA G ORD, M - OK INDIUM HALL, ?1 Em PAPER 3 6 ALL MORE if ■7- CI..6J TALBART, E - MAYBE lZ0 fo COUPONS DUPING GAME WITH COACH SOME WRIGHT, - Zl BAD COMIC STAMP! YES AT REFEREEi. Z PINTS EXPERIENCE. ABILITY TO HANDLE MEN KAJOtVLEPbC OF FOOTBALL % CUTRER.W WHOOZ.IT LOW NONE -4. of. NONE GOODWIN ,C WHATZiT LOWER JfSS DOUBTFUL terre v man V Ml -5 C Two great mistakes were made in 1914. The German Kaiser went to war against the world, and some- one started the practice of selecting the All-Booby team for Normally. That is where the similarity ends. Wilhelm was wiped from the pic- ture in four years, but the picking of the All-Booby team has survived through the last two decades. The problem of selecting the team this year has been much easier than those of previous years. First, be- cause there are only twelve men who can unqualifiedly be classed as real candidates for the All-Booby team. Second, we have received the hearty support and co-operation of such sport scribes as " Tubly " Weaver of the Daily Dairy Ga- zette, Ku Klux of the Ice House Progress, Hard-working Sam of the Yard Times, and Dr. John of the Chemistry Star-Telegram. The eleven men and the coaches elected are the dumbest bunch of clowns ever to lumber across the local grid- iron. Each one has during the sea- son committed some great blunder, such as tackling his own man, run- ning interference for the opposition or something equally as dumb. We believe it to be a real All-Booby team, and if it isn ' t, then who cares? At any rate, here it is. Quarterback — A man who knows less about football than an Afghan- istan tax collector. Who is the greatest gripe to ever don the mole- skins. The only triple-threat man on the team. He could fumble, stumble and fall with the greatest of ease. Mr. Weaver, of the Daily Dairy Gazette, said that not even a row of pine trees and seven strands of barb-wire could stop the boy once he got started. He got the job because we couldn ' t find an- other for it. He is, ladies and gen- tlemen, the great Wingate W. White. (The W. stands for Windy.) Fullbacks — A man who played the entire season without gaining a yard or making a tackle. He was afraid to go on the gridiron with- out an asbestos suit for fear he would be roasted. His Sunday school attendance has been excel- lent. He thinks a football coach has four wheels. He got the job because he really deserves it. He is, ladies and gentlemen, the one and only Alwyn Parker, S.B. (Shower Bath) . The problem of picking the half- backs was much harder. Finally Weaver came to our aid and gave the names of the Burnette boys to our list. It is easy to see why he picked these boys. Both think that you have to use a block with a tackle or vice versa. In one game these boys succeeded in tackling the referee, water boy and two yell leaders. The Ends — The tails of selecting the ends was much more difficult than usual. There was an abund- ance of material for these positions. Many of the boys were very capa- ble at missing passes, getting in the way of their own men, tripping up their own interference and stumb- ling over the referee or the other officials. But in Baldy White and Continued on Page 276, Column 2 L A F E Colored Captain: " What am you itchin ' , Sam? " Sam: " Arithmetic bugs. " Captain: " What am arithmetic bugs? " S.un: " Cooties. " Captain: " Why for you call them arithmetic hugs? " Sam: " Will, dey add to mah misery, subtract from mah y urc. divide mah tenshun. an ' mul- tiplv [ike de dickens. " " Pa, " said little Peter, " what be- comes of a football ptayet when his eyesight begins to fail? " " I hejf make a referee out of him! " growled his . . A. Arizona Kitty-Kat. " Now, " said the professor, " pass all your papers to the end of the row; have a carbon sheet under each one, and I can correct all the mistakes at once. " — The Colum- bus. l I .BOOBY TEAM O. Hanchey, Doctor John of the ; . ' ' StarTcU rjw has brought forth convincing points in ravof ot their outstanding work in this line. Opposing ball carriers never made less than 2 v.irds around either of these ends. Nei- ther ot these boyi were ever able to get down on a punt or to catch a Both were experts at block- ing the water hovs or tackling am official who might Iv near. The) both deserve the honor of being selected on the All-Booby team. The Guardt — It was a er e.isv matter to pick the guards for the All-Boobv team, as no one else in the Conference came in the class with Lester Philip Lieher and Edgar I albert. The outstanding feature of Talbcrt ' s play was his great abil- ity CO stop in the middle of a game and sing the Alma Mater. Leiber ' s great knowledge of parliamentary procedure aided him in keeping down any move tor advancement of his own team. As guards we might lay that the onlv thing these two tellows ever guarded was their health. The Tackles — There was an abundance of outstanding tackles in the Conference this year. But due to the outstanding work Wasson and Wright in games against V .iss.ir College they man- aged to overshadow all opponents for the honor. These boss are both fast, powerful tellows. with plenty ot weight and muscle to aid them in letting opposing linemen break through. Neither ot the tackles ever broke through and sm pped a man. The ability ot these two fellows to serve as door- mats for opponents was an out- standing feature ot their play. Center — There was onlv one man who could, beyond any doubt. qual itv for the center position. It was his great ability to make bad passes consistently. He was also nearly perfect m becoming rattled and passing the ball to his oppo- nents. He was the purest line- backer to be seen in action tor sev- eral ve.us He could not cover the ground he stood on. Me played out ot [visinon on most evcrv play, and wis never on his feet except when time was called. He was noted for his ability to love the moral of his team-mates. He was th. v;npe ever to don the football togs, and was unanimously selected bv the SCribea. This man was none other than the great Eugene " Wan slev " Langtord. Coaches — For the coaches noth- ing can lx- said except that in pick- ing W. Cutrcr and C. Goodwin the scrilx-s found the boobiest I- that ever coached a booby team. The picking of this team has Ken a great pleasure to us. We were aided bv the editor of I jttgh aline to make these selections. We have spent the entire season checking over prospects for this team, and we believe that we have a prize collection of boobs. We sin- cerely hope that this meets the en- tire dissatisfaction of all whom it ma) concern. (Signed) AS BASEBALL GOES " Batteries tor toJav ' s game, etc. so on, " cried the umpire as the big game started. Boned was seeing her first game: Coed was almost one of those grandstand Majors. You know them it vou ' ve plaved any baseball. " Well, Cooper is up. " Coed: " He sure can hit. " Boned: " Where does he hit them? " Coed: " On the nose. Boned: " But don ' t it hurt to get hit with a Chat like that? " Coed: " Look at that pitcher wind up. " Boned: " Can they wind it too tight? " I nunui A mi ' ,. !umn I L A F E A CRACKED PLOT By Ima Knut It never would have happened if she hadn ' t had a yen for the villain. Believe me, the hero was griped. Confidentially, I believe Mae Flunk, the heroine, lured Yi Yi Doolttle, the villain, to the Squeeze Inn, situated way on top of a high, high mountain. And they slammed the door in the face of our much surprised villain, Yi Yi. Now by this time our villain was deeply hurt and into his big red eyes came two big tears, one apiece. Let us leave them here awhile and consider the events of the past few months. The hero, Flungafit, fell for Mae Flunk the first day he gazed into her scarlet eyes; that night found them seated upon her great Aunt Gertrude ' s horsehair sofa. " Where shall the wedding supper be? " he cried. " There won ' t be any! " she screamed. " Because there won ' t be any wed- ding! " she hollered. Upon hearing this, Mr. Flunga- fit flung a fit! He growled, grum- bled, and grunted and she simped, snuckered and sneezed, and they both fainted. He choked her till she snarled, " I have pink tooth- brush! " At this moment Yi Yi Doolttk entered. " Aha! " he cried in a deep bass voice and he leered, sneered and puffed. They both left her flat. But when they got around different corners, Yi Yi snook back and kid- napped our much-thrilled heroine. Now to go on with the story, he barred the door. Let us go back to our hero, who had a feast of oat- meal and crackers. He got about halfway thru when he looked thru the window and saw a light in the Squeeze Inn. He swallowed his hat and slammed the oatmeal on his head, and grabbed an umbrella, and set out at a lickety pace for Squeeze Inn. The enraged villain and heroine were at this time talking and walk- ing in circles. She ran to the win- dow and screamed, " Yo Ho, " and from way off in the distance could be heard no sound. Flungafit arrived just in time to see Yi Yi choke Mae to death, whereupon he stabbed Yi Yi with a hat pin, and thru the one-time Mae over his shoulder and pro- ceeded to Dr. Ophelia Pulse. No need to go further. She re- vived and they were married by Rev. Ona Spree. During their honeymoon they were presented with 3 lovely brick bratts and had to cut things shorter. Pleasing Portraits Kodak Finishing Picture Framing Fat Ladies ana Babies Are Our Specialty I. SNAPPEM STUDIO Frosh: " That chicken that we had at the dining hall today was an incubator chicken. " Ditto: " How do you know? " Frosh: " Any chicken that had a mother couldn ' t get that tough. " — Carolinian. When a girl is hungry for love, she doesn ' t want her boy friend to take her out to teas. EXTRACTING CORPILATION of The United States of Louisiana Specialists in Toe Nail Extractions and the Manufacture of Lemon Extracts. I A F E NORT H ♦ - T 7 6 riiji ♦ - WEST EAST V - m t -f.u SOu.rH 4- V- ♦ - » 3X BRIDGE. CULVERT, OR TUNNEL The great Bridge Tournament was ■ great success. Of the 1 0 rubbera played, E:li Culbert ' i son .m J his five-year-old daughter took 149. The match was permanent lv instituted to select the world ' s worst bridge player, and toward that goal it was a huge success. Sidney Borrows and his 14° part ncrs all qualified for the Dumbell diploma, the main certificate being awarded Mr. Borrow after the play- ing of the 14°th rubber, m which he displayed as much skill as .1 grizzly bear would on roller skates. The hand that further decided this rubber is pictured above. Mr. Bor- row is sitting South, with Mr. Cul- Ix-rt ' s son on the West. Mr. Bor row opened with 2 Clubs, West Pass, North 2 hearts. East 2 t| with I diamonds, West pass. North 3 hearts, East 1 spades. At this time South remembered they were playing contract and bid a grand Slam in No Trumps. West dou- bled. North redoubled. East dou- bled the redouble and South called for a drink of HO. F:ast led her S p ad es, which seemed to be good, her trev which was also good and on thru to the Ace which WSJ also good for a trick. By this time the Adding Machine Corpj had fin- ished scoring the last hand but struck for higher pav on seeing the ' it hand. The last rubber, which was to be played Xmai Eve, wai postponed to New i ear. but Santv (. ' laus sward- ed it to Mr. Borrow, making George Washington ?till the only man to ever win any great honor via the unanimous route. This tournament gained widespread newspaper publicity, helped make Stud Poker the national pastime. and further established Mr. B or row as the world ' s worst Bridget. The committee wished to extend thru this article their appreciation to the following people and organ l ations for their co-operation in let- ting the general public again fall ruckcr to their schemers. The Po- lice Dcpt. (for keeping Peace), the Fire Dept, (tor voting Wet), the W. C. T. U. (tor staving away), Gene Tunney (who counted the lirM 14 rubbers), Mayor Walker (tor leaving town), and to Herbert I loover, our Hard I ime President (who mapped out the financial end ie tournament, therein BSSUI ing us it would be a total failure). (Which u was.) I )entist: " Will vou take . Absent-minded Prof.t " Yeah, and you ' d better look at the water, too. " -Mai tea A hundred igo today A wilderness was here. A man with powder in his horn Went forth to hunt a deer. IJ the times have changed And are 00 a somewhat different plan; A dear with powder on her n I forth to hunt a man. Prof, (in biology): " What ani- mal makes the nearest approach to man? " Student: " The mosquito. " A Scotchman recently sued a baseball companv because he was hurt while watching a ball game. He fell OUt of a tree. Judge. Mrs. Professor: " Your wall pi- pering job looks tine. dear, but what are those funny bumps? " Mr. Prof.: " Good Heaven! I forgot to take down the pictures. " — Drexard. Teachet " Can anyone tell me the meaning of the uorj ' collision . " No one knows? Well, it i when tno things come together unex- pectedly. .Von, can anyone give me jh example? All right. Johnnie, nhjt i it ' Johnnie: " Tnnu. " There n.;» .; young jJ-v from 11 il- mington, Delaware, Who of the high pnee of living n.;v well uuare. She ,»« . " tuppose I can jic »« my clothes, If I don ' t give a r.ip nhjt the he ' - Ijnjre. ' ' L A F E HERE AND THERE IN THE EVOLUTION OF CIVILIZATION From the picture you sent me I can guess why you weren ' t bothered when in college, but for the benefit of others, I want to tell you this: That fifty years ago women wore hoop-skirts, bustles, petticoats, cor- sets, cotton stockings, high but- a plow — trusted everybody — never took an inventory — placed orders for goods a year in advance — al- ways made money, but — ■ Today women wear silk stock- ings, short skirts, low shoes, no cor- sets, an ounce of underwear — have bobbed hair, smoke, paint and pow- vertising, stock control, annual and semi-annual, end-of-month, dollar day, founder ' s day, rummage, econ- omy day sales — and never make any money. toned shoes, ruffled cotton drawers, der, drink cocktails, play bridge, flannel night gowns, puffs in their drive cars, have pet dogs, and go in hair, did their own cooking, bak- for politics. ing, cleaning, washing, ironing, raised big families — -went to church Sunday — were too busy to be sick. Men wore whiskers, square hats, Ascot ties, red flannel underwear, big watches and chains — chopped wood for stoves, bathed once a week — drank ten-cent whisky and five- cent beer — rode bicycles, buggies or sleighs — went in for politics — worked 12 hours a day — and lived to a ripe old age. Stores burned coal-oil lamps — Men have high blood pressure, wear no hats, and some no hair, shave their whiskers, shoot golf, bathe twice a day, drink poison, play the stock market, ride in air- planes — never go to bed the same day they get up — are misunderstood at home — work five hours a day, play ten — die young. Stores, have electric lights, cash registers, elevators, never have what the customer wants — trust nobody — take inventory daily — never buy in advance — have overhead — mark carried everything from a needle to up, mark down — quota, budget, ad- BOOST THE ALL-BOOBY TEAM OF AMERICA He: " And this is the author of the famous story? " I , F E It the poets meant wh.it they laid: Her o j face n j framed mlh hair. Her t tno bright tar . On her cheek « red roses hloomcd. Her teeth tno rou » of pearls; (- ip« nere cherries, red and meet, Tno pmk shells Her graceful nan-ltkc neck ». ' soft j» am ih J. I. Hoophinschnagle Dvdlrr mi GENERAL MERCHANDISE o Oranges, Apples, Chew- ing Gum and Shoe Strings Peanuts, Popcorn, .uul Horse Collars Hay Rakes, Lawn Mow- era, and Vegetable! Ode to the Freshmen 1. When the Shack ' s List troli itnuted and the rooms nted and dried, And the oldest pains have faded and the soundest dog has tried. The) shall rest and faith the) shall need it. shine shoes for an con or two, Till the Sophs, their masters, shall put them to work anew. 2. And those who were just shall be sad, they shall get new tasks. The) shall Forget to rcmemlx-r and whipped if they ask. They shall work for an age at a polishing and will never be tired at all, 1 or the) shall have real saints to work on, Soph, Seniors, and all. 3. And only the old men shall whip them, and only the dogs shall complain. And any old man shall blame them it he thmks they like not the tame, And each for the hate ot working, and each in his separate sight. Shall hope for the day to conn- when he ' ll be out of his pre I cut plight. AS BASEBALL GOES ■ fan i ed: " Aw, shut up. Oh, he ' s w liked! " Boned: " I ooki like he is running to me. Watch him, he stopped I " He had to. Majors up. I believe Coop will steal second. " Boned: " Who stole fiftt? Oh. lookse, he ran over there and fell down, and — " Coed: " He shded on purj but he got tagged and he ' s out. " Honed " Will he be ' it ' now aft- er he is tagged? " Coed: " 1 its give the catcher the ra berncs. mchhv we can get his goat. " Boned: " But we haven ' t any razzberrics. Where is his goat, any- wa) ? Coed: " You don ' t understand. We want to rag him, make him tierVOUa, rattle him. " Boned: " Can you hear him rat- tle? " Coed: " Oh, he hit a home run! " Boned: " But does he have to go home? Say, how did that man know how to hit Majors ' bat so hard? He must be good. " Coed: " Well, this is the ninth in- ning, and it ' s tied up. " Boned: " Where? What ' s tied? I didn ' t sec them do it. " Coed: " Isn ' t that I ptett) dia- mond? So green and big. Boned: " On who? " Coed: " Well, it ' s over. He stood up there with his gun on his shoul- der and £ot called out. ' Boned ' : " Who called him? Will his gun shoot? Coed: " Let ! go. How did ou like the game? " Boned: " Oh. it ' s O.K.. but all those big men were chasing tint lit- tle bill around, and when the. it thev just threw it away. I hcv dress up like boyi and don ' t weir but one glove, then one man Stayed ed up most of the tune. Su. are the) Rail) going to kill that blind man that everyone said w is .i robber? Say! Win are we going now: this isn ' t where we came in! " " The stork has brought a little peach, " The nurse said with an air. " I ' m mighty glad. " the father said. " He didn ' t bring I pair. " ADVERTISING E. C. READHIMER, Preside,,! JEFF DE BLIEUX, Vice-President L. P. CLOUTIER, Cashier G. H. PIERSON, Vice-President GEO. H. HIMEL, Assistant Cashier Merchants and Farmers Bank (Founded in 1913) Capital, Surplus and Profits $100,000.00 " One Dollar Will Start a Savings Account " Natchitoches, Louisiana GAIENNIE HYAMS Licensed Surveyor NATCHITOCHES, LA. Singer s swing Mac •nine c O. Incorporated 118 St. Dennis Street Natchitoch es, La. Represen ted by L. A SPRINGER, M.S. Phone 739 Stille Yarbrough, Ltd. Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries and Farm Supplies Highest Prices Paid for Cotton A ; mm1 Place to Trade KOHKI.1NK. I. A. Dr •J- Woodruff McCook Dentist Exchange Bank Building NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Compliments to LOUISIANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE FROM FOSTER AND GLASSELL CO., Inc. Try Us for the Best of Everything WHOLESALE GROCERS PHONE 161, 431 NATCHITOCHES, LA. FOR DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES AND FOUNTAIN c J W, VICTOR MACHINES ® RECORDS PHARMACY c J Where NORMALITES Meet EVERY GLASS STERILIZED AT OUR FOUNTAIN GULF PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Operates Throughout Louisiana and East Texas . . The Natchitoches Organization Will Always Co-operate With the Normal College Let Us Serve You Natchitoches, La. F. F. HANSELL BRO. Limited School, Office, Church and Auditorium Furniture Books, Stationery, School and Office Supplies 404-412 Carondelet St. New Orleans SCHUSTER WHOLESALE PRODUCE CO. Incorporated " QUALITY " Our Motto WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE WE BUY AND SELL FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AND OUT OF SEASON Telephone or Telegraph SCHUSTERS SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 500-508 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE L. D. 18 COMPLIMHS ' IS TO Louisiana State Normal College FROM EXCHANGE BANK Natchitoches. Louisiana Capital and Surplus. $150,000.00 HOTEL NAKATOSH DINING ROOM IN REAR b4 Modern Room i European Plan Nam iiiioi mis. I . Amusu Theater Home of Good Pictures RCA SOUND EQUIPMENT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF NaTCHITOC MI s. I v S. D. S. Service Station Washing, Greasing and Vacuum Cleaning Tank U£ With Our Pan-Am Gas ana Oil NATCHITOCHES TIMES " Everybody s Pafier " Mrs. E. P. Cunningham Editor We Print Normal ' s " Current mce Sat Programs Invitations DUNCAN ' S STUDIO If It ' s Photography We Can Do It Photos of Today A re Treasures of Tomorrow Let Us Do Your Film Work WE MAKE THE POT POURRI PHOTOS Photos That Live Forever Natchitoches, Louisiana LAKE VIEW MOTORS, he. Natchitoches, I . CHEVROLET l 1 t I CHEVROLET DEALERS General Cord Tires, Standard Gas and Oil Phone 417 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE COMPANY 520 Camp Street NEW ORLEANS. LA. We Hare Everything Electrical Your Orders Will Be Appreciated Nakatosh Special Coffee and Cane River Syrup DAN ' S PEANUT PATTIES I ROM NATCHITOCHES COFFEE SYRUP CO. IncorpiiralcJ NATCHITOCHI s I Morgan Lindsey Chain Stores College Students ' Headquarters THE STORES OF COURTESY " NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA The Peoples Hdwe. Furniture Co. EDISON AND COLUMBIA RECORDS Phone No. 200 NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA STANDARD BAKERY Natchitoches, La. FURNISHES BREAD FOR NORMAL COLLEGE Always the Best Try Us Tomorrow Call for Our Bread From Your Grocer Try the New Drug Store First We are exclusive agents for Elizabeth Arden Cosmetiques and agents for Russell McPhail Chocolates Delivery Service from 7:30 A.M. Until 10:00 P.M. Phone 586 and Count the Minutes Until We Are on the Spot THE NEW DRUG STORE ALVIN J. DEBLIEUX, Owner and Manager A Real Drug Store NATCHITOCHES, LA. Compliments of NORMAL BOOK STORE We are leading dealers in " Masterpiece Brand " School Supplies and other School Material NORMAL COLLEGE NATCHITOCHES, LA. AVOYELLES WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. limited M I M)kI . I V Ml SKII. I A. NATCHITOCHES. LA. II 1 I PI TTE. LA. He Kind to Your Palate! Drink Red Star Coffee It is mild, it is pure. It has a delightful aroma, and delicious flavor. Roasted and Packed by THE AVOYELLES WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. Limited ALEXANDRIA. LOUISIANA NATCHITOCHES BRANCH PHONE 217 THE Natchitoches Enterprise JOB AND COM MEM I II PRINTING Official Journal of City, Parish School Board, and NineCcenth Louisiana Levee Dislrul MRS. C. L. BREAZEALE Editor and Proprietor NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA NATCHITOCHES MOTOR CO.. Ltd. Sert ice I iliphonr 188 zford ' Sales Goodyear Tires and Texaco Products NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA PEOPLES CAFE Good Eats FOR NORMAL BOYS AND GIRLS Compliments of the Montgomery Pickle Canning Co. Pucker of " MONTY ' S BEST " BRAND PICKLES MONTGOMERY, LA. Life is made up of what we get out of it. Let it be good or bad — it is ours. Make your life a pleasure and You will put sunshine in the world. " O wn our H ome NATCHITOCHES LUMBER YARD T. R. Willis, Manager 108-110 Washington Natchitoches, Louisiana WINBARG BROTHERS Good Things to Eat FOR NORMAL GIRLS Phone 36 NATCHITOCHES Phone 136 SANITARY BARBER SHOP JOHN ANTOON, Proprietor In Amusu Theater Building NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA KEEGAN LAUNDRY Dry Cleaners THE CLEANEST SPOT IN TOWN Always Ready to Serve Phone 333 High pced, re- Kcffp rCMTVC pow- gmvMeU of heavy ■ TIPr TrP er j ' ' ' K ' ' p ' fc i grades, taxes the T POOP FOR LIFE! _ J »i i cx rj nour- human motor ■ - aliment at 10, 2 try hour of the and 4 o ' clock. ■ , mm 1 m Etiquette Demands the Personal Letter When you write a letter that is you, use Montag ' s Writing Paper that ex- presses your personality. MONTAG BROS.. Inc. ATLANTA. GA. DALME BROS. 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No. 135 412 Front St. DR. R. DE VARGAS Registered Optometrist NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Compliments of R. O. SHOP Compliments from THE CORNER LUNCH ROOM WHERE THEY ALL MEET FOR GOOD EATS MRS. A. S. CARNAHAN, Proprietor Lays Best-Yet Ice Cream " All That the Name Implies " LAYS ICE CREAM COMPANY NATCHITOCHES, LA. ALDREDGE BROS. Jeweler EXPERT REPAIRING COMPLETE JEWELRY LINES Strvm — n , ' i . „•. NATCHITOCHES. l.Ol ' ISIANA BUDDIES Cash ana Carry Has Good Things to Eat ■w Drop By, Nortnalites SAM MAGGIO Expert Shoe Repairing On Normal Corner PAR-ICI TEA SHOP AmiiMi 1 obh Your Choice of N oveUies Natch itoches, I. a. Standard Printing Company H igh Grade Booking and Commercial Printing S. P. Co. Phone 12 Fourth and Beauregard Street l 1 ANDRI A. l.Ol ' ISIANA LEVY DRUG CO. The Rexall St, Stationery and Toilet Articles Kodaks and Candirs Phone II NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA S. . H. KAFFIE DEPARTMENT STORE Anything — Everything — A nv Time .- . Ut Phono 25 Natchitochev I i The C. 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