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' - : 9H- ' ' " 5». rJ f fSl v On this page in many college annuals, one sees the word copyright; however, we feel that few, if any, books are whol- ly original. therefore, the 1934 staff grants its generous permission to any persons who so desire to use any idea or feature of this 1934 potpourri,- for, by so doing, they compliment this work. K The students who have lived here in an institution, rich with rare qualities OF ft HALF-CENTURY S BUILDING, HAVE BEEN AFFORDED AN OPPOR- TUNITY TO DEVELOP AND STRENGTHEN THOSE FINER TRAITS WITH WHICH THEY ARE BY NATURE AND EARLY TRAINING ENDOWED. . . i.JSUiiMIBBteii»a.?8i5B?(Wfti i««««, 6 - . f i illi ti »»■ ■— i Mftfaah—J— i»M J 934 is the twenty- sixth annual volume of . the yearbook . presented by the students of the Louisiana State Normal College B »» ;:»?f m in tmm] t»i mu f mu iiB aK mnt m ' iimmmaimitmvai»nivu(m ainaKesiMtra THE POTPOURRI OF 1934 IS OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE LASTING RECORD OF LOUISIANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE. IT REPRESENTS THE COLLEGE IN ITS FIFTIETH YEAR, AND ATTEMPTS TO RECALL TO THE PRESENT STUDENTS AND TO THE GRADUATES OF THE PAST, SOME OF THOSE EVENTS WHICH HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE LASTING GREATNESS OF THIS COLLEGE. . . . CONTENTS THE COLLEGE THE CLASSES ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS FEATURES : ' i c yinm. i.:W(i ■:: • ' zi;: l . i: r I N THIS, THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF OUR ALMA MATER, WE, THE STU- DENTS, ARE PROUD TO HAVE WITHIN THE FACULTY OF OUR INSTITUTION A MAN WHOSE WISDOM, KNOWL- EDGE, AND CHARACTER, AS EXPRESSED IN TERMS OF HIS ASSOCIATION AND SERVICE WITH US, REFLECT THE VERY HIGHEST TYPE OF EDUCATION TO WHICH THE NORMAL HAS YET ATTAINED. HE LINKS THE MELLOW MEMORIES OF THE PAST TO THE CLEAR, CONCISE REALITIES OF THE PRESENT IN SUCH A WAY AS TO PRE- SERVE THE BEST OF THEM BOTH. FOR THESE AND BECAUSE HE IS OF US, FOR US, AND WITH US, WE DEDICATE THIS 1934 POTPOURRI TO • • J. W. WEBB • • » wwBM»««Maw ni iiBa«« w »i w ii«iiwui«B«a]twp») I ' l ira MEiiORI l Our llo male |K1 IKIIHIII Our Profe%%or HORlCf DHIOHI %I%KII Mhv lumnu% Who aa e Potpourri tt «in« ' i« o«i ll%l il€400K O 1 C Yie Goiieae if||i mn i wi ii P iiiw »wwM» i ii« m »ili iiiniiiniiwiiiiriiiiinnnriniiiiiiirf»»iriiini ii-rfiif " ini-i|-iTi ' iiMmiiw»iHMiiMi»«Mi«iii»iniiiinii[i KinKdici fiiTr-nrn iiiTiiriVniiiiirirniTnin or ( aLoweLL jtaLL m F ' C li ' ls JJorniLtorLes -S }mm JjOljS Cj y mnasLum «» J ■■ m m ' ' mmummm iJJarre i Oaston JJyl ve :mm im: !m . C ke Cyol umns ■»jii i»iiilH ' iiMi ' liiill(iifiriri ' TMi aWMMHWH aMK 1 resLoeul s JL ome A vm .M ■i„iim» ' I S f j afOK: Mii ' i-i ' ifi(ii Miii ' ii .. ■ ' ronl Jjr ' we flDMINISTRfiTION I I THE PRESIDENT It V, PRESIDENT W. W. TISON, A.B., M.S. Iiir fivf •;lr ihc rnllt-ni- Uvvu iiiuirr itu lf;ulcr hip of l ' rr ' uKiil W. W. I i- ' ii. W ' w Krniiiiit- cnthiioiaMii to m;il f Collixc ;ni ill lilllliclM rcimwiu-il for i( M ' hiila»lir achic-vrmrnt«, ihr iti(livi(lualit nf it »liitli-itl», ai-cl it» hivloriral i-aiiipus ha-- rt-Miltcj! in oiiiMniitliiiK pr inrr«v l ' r»- nli-ni ' l " iM n a» uratliiatnl Inun tin- l.diii iaiia Staic Normal in 1904. .Adcr rci-civiiijs an A.H. clcjircc from the Stati- rni ir ii and an M.S. «Knr»-f from ihc rniv«T ii of Chirac " , hi " Tv«d on the a«linini»lrativf taff of the I ' calMKlv Siiinnu-r SfhiMil, later coming back to tfjis collrKc a »ht prof -«.» ir of ( " lu-miMry. In 1929 he wa- elected to presiile in tfie respon-ilile po«.iti in a president of tlii« rollene, whifh he ha Mirco fully filled ince ih.ii tinic. TWEN.Y-TWO STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION J. L. Bryan Mks. D. C. Scarp.orougii 1933-1934 Elective Memhers HoxoRABi.n A. T. Gei.pi, New Orleans First District Mrs. Eleanor H. Meade, Gammercy Second District Honorable V. J. Burke, New Iberia Third District Honorable E. A. Conway, Shreveport Fourth District Honorable George T. Madison, Bastrop - ' ; District Dr. Glenn J. Smith, Vice-President, Jackson ■ Sixth District Honorable Parrish Fuller, Oakdale Seventh District Honorable H. H. White, President, Alexandria Eighth District Appointive Members Honorable V. A. Montgomery Lafayette Dr. a. B. Dinwiddie New Orleans Honorable Clyde S. Rodgers Ruston Executive Committee For State Noniicil College T. H. Harris, Slate Superintendent, Chairman Baton Rouge Honorable J. L. Bryan, I ' icc-Chairnuin Natchitoches Mrs. D. C. Scarborough Natchitoches JfVC H. H. While T. H. Harris Glenn J. Smith TWENTY-THREE IKM! THE HEADS OF ART: Mrs. Olive Long Cooper, B.S., A.M. Much imprlu« ha brcn aildnl m ihc «ork in ihc art drparimrni b ihr rxhibiliim hrld ihri iiKhiiui ihr rar n( Mti(1ir« d«»nc b ari «iudrnt . Mr . Olive long { ' » iprr. head of ihc drparimrni Kradtialrd iroin thr I.oui ia:ia Slair Normal in 1918; rrrrivrd hrr li.S. dritrrr from Columbia I ' nivrr in in iqij, and in 1926 rrcrivrd hrr A.M. drgrrr and a diploma a« Miprr i »r ot finr arl trotn Columbia Cnivrrsily. .Vflrr irarhinK in ihr NN ' innfirld IliKh S«hiN»l, ihr Cnivcr ii «i( Vi ' coii in, ihr Indiana Siair Normal Sthixil and S«-arlx rounh on lludvin, hr arrrpird a pitoilinn al ihi rollrKr in 1928. BIOLOGY: Dr. Eari H. Herrick, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. rhr KioloKy drparimrni ha« proj{rr .rd very murh during ihc pa l year. The exrclleni rrford mailr b ludrnis havr riiabird ihrm lo i-viaSlish a rhaplrr n an ni.lociral Iralrrnilv. Or. tarl II. Ilcrriik ha doiir admirablr work a ihr hrad of ihr drparimrni of Bioli.j; . Ilr rrrrivrd 1 K.S. ijrurrc frouj ihr Kan a Slair . Krirullural Collrjjr in I92 ' i, and an M.S. dr rrr in 1927. Hr did radualr ludy in ihe Marine Kiolo iral I.alM ralor , WiMid Hole. MaNsa»-hu»rl|N. during thr iimmrr of 1928. In 1929 hr a . awardrd a diHioralr from Harvard rnivrr iiv. I r. Ilrrrirk arird a a i laiii Mammalo isi in ihr KanviN Slalr . nrirullural Coilrnr from 192ft Ki 1927. In 1927 hr was ivrn an .AuMin Irarhinn Irllovwhip and studied in Harvard l ' niver il from 1927 lf 1929. Pr. Ilrrrirk arrrpird a posiiiiu) un ihr Normal farull in 1929. CHEMISTRY: Professor A. L. Ducournau, A.B., M.S. I hr Chrmi lr department has not onl mainl.ii ' ird it formrr exrrllriire, but ha al»o made ron piruou advnnri in many re perl . Several inlrrr tinK Irrlurr and demon- lralion have been iji ' " " • ' the ludrni av embl by the Chemi lr ileparlmrnl. l ' rofe Mir l urournau, head of ihr department, rrrrivrd hi .V.B deijrrr from ihi institution in 1923. Ilr dill Ktaduatr study al the Cnivrrsily of Trxas in ihr summrr of 1925. Hi M.S. detjree was awarded from the I ' niversiiv of Iowa in 1929. I ' rolessiir Durournau stiidird al the Cniversiiy of Chira(»o durini; the sumiiur of 1950. Ilr srrvrd as a hi b s4-hool trachrr and principal for fivr rar afirr which hr arrrpird a position on thr Louisiana Slatr Normal Collr r administrative s|,-)ff in 1925. WOMEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Mrs. Thelma Zelenka Kyser, A.B., M.A. The Women ' s division of thr l ' h siral Fduralion Orpartmenl i rapabl supervised by .Mrs. ' Ihelma Zelrnka K ser. I ' hrouKh hrr intrresi in this work Ph siral F.duration for women ha been broadened and now pla s an imporl.- nl pari in the hrallh and rrrreation for each woman student. Mrs. K ser Kraduaird from the Louisiana Stale Normal in 1917 and in 1922 rrrrivrd hrr AM. dr rer. She was a sperial student at I ' ealxidy, Columbia, and Cniversity i)f California; she taught iti I ouisiana publir schools for several years. In 1921 shr arrrpird hrr prr»rnl position as a mrmbrr of the Staff of I„ S. N. C. She rereivrd hrr M..- . denrre in 1933 from C% lumbia I ' nivrrsily. SOCIOLOGY: Professor Alvin Good, A.B., A.M. Thr drparimrni f f S irial Srienrr is extremely fortunate in having al its head a man who has disliiiKuishrd himself in the field of S irioIo(;y. The trxl IxMik rompilrd by l ' rofess ir (iood is useil as thr prrsrnt text Inxik for Sociology classes al this schcHil and " ihrrs. Mr. tiiMKl rrreived hi AM. dejjrre in 1910 from the Kansas Slate Normal and hi A.M. from the Cnivrrsily of Colorado in 1917. lie studied a a graduate sludrni in the I TiiversiM of Chicago in 191K. 1919 and liie summer ot 192ft. Fmm 1910 to 1917 he » a a teacher in high scho«ds. Mr. Ciood wa professor of Social Science in Hasting College from 1918 to 1920 at which time hr b-camr connrclril with the facultv of ihr l.oui iana Stale Normal College. TWENTY-FOOK DEPARTMENT SPANISH: Miss Corinne L. Saucier, B.S., A.M. The Spanish Departiiifiit is rapidly iiurt ' asiiig in size. Not ()nl is the study of Spanish made inteiestiiijj by the very capable professor, Miss Corinne Saucier, but the Spanisii students have the opportunity of teaching the j»raniinar f;rade children simple Spanisii lessons. Too, the students of the collejje feel that Spanish, as the modern commercial lanjjuage, is iinportant. Miss Saucier, head of the department, received her U.S. degree in 1922 from Feabody College and her A.M. degree in 192;;. She did graduate study at Sorbonne, Paris, in 1927 and 1928. Sh attended I ' olumbia I ' n.versity in 1950 and 1931 Miss Saucier has been teacher of French in St. Gabriel and Bolton High Schools, 1922-1927, and the College of St. Scholastica in Minnesota in 1028 and 1929. In 1931 she accepted a position as professor of foreign languages at this institution. ENGLISH: Professor S. M. Byrd, A.B., A.M. The English Oeparlment is especially important in a Teacher ' s College. Professor S. M. Byrd as director of the department ' s activities, has done much to increase the eflFectiveness of this department. Mr. Byrd has through special interest in Louisiana stories and authors, secured prominent scholars of the day and Louisiana writers to speak to the student botly and faculty. Mr. Hyrd received an . ' .B. degree from Tulane in 1916 and an A.M. degree in 1927. In 1927 and 1928 he did graduate study at the I ' niversity of N ' irginia. Mr. Hyrd served as a member of the faculty of Tulane during the summers of 1914 to 1922. He also was Superintendent of Schools in Texas and Mississippi. In 1922 he accepted a position on the Normal faculty. HISTORY: Professor Paul Weiss, Ph.B., A.M. Mr. Paul Weiss, head of the History Department, shoukl be commended for the interest he has created in the study of this subject. History is not only of value as a study of past generations but also of the current economic situations here and abroad. Mr. Weiss received his Ph.B. degree from the Brown University in 1905. In 1924 he received his .A.M. degree from the Louisiana State University. He did graduate study at Columbia and Peabody. Prior to his acceptance of a position with this college in 1921, he served as Principal of high schools in Indiana and Louisiana. MUSIC: Professor Christian Jordan, B. of Music, M. of Music The music department, directed by Professor Christian Jordan, has made more progress this past year than heretofore. Not oidv music maj(.rs hut the entire stutlent bodv is interested in this department ' s progress. The band and the orchestra aid in many student activities. The string (|uartet and the Cilee Clubs have given program-- in other s -hools and have made several radio broadcasts. The college has reason for pride in the Music Department after hearing the splendid (Jraduate recitals that are presented throughout the year. Professor Jordan received his B. of Music at the Chicago Musical College in 1916 and his M. of Music from Knupper School of Music, Chicago, in 1918. He was instructor of Piano and Harmony in the Knupper School of Music from 1918 to 1923. From 1923 to 1927 he was head of the Piano and Theory Department in the Des Moines University Conservatory. From 1927 to 1929 Mr. Jordan was . ' ss(:ciate Professor of Piano in the Oberlin Conservatcry in Ohio. In 1930 he became connectetl with thi institution in his present position. H .B HOME ECONOMICS: Miss Esther Cooley, A.B., M.S. The Home Economics department is a most practical one. The students not only sponsor a lunch room in the training school, but carry their knowledge to actual practice in a cottage located on the campus. Further interest has been exhibited in dinners and teas given in honor of prominent college organizations. Miss Esther Cooley, head of the depart- ment, received her . .H degree from Newcomb College in 1914. .After receiving her M.S. degree from the University of Chicago in 1925, she was instructor in the Indiana Universit for one year. From 1920 to 1924 she was connected with the Francis T. Nicholls Industrial School. Miss Cooley has taught in the Louisiana high schools. In 1926 she became a facult member of tliis institution. TWENTY-FIVE THE HEADS OF PHYSICS: Professor Francis Gary Fournet, B.S., M.S. K. t;. I miriiri, head of ihr Ph »i« |)rp.ininriit, i» a mo«t tinuMial and inirrr tifiK profroMir. Indrr hi«. Kuidaiirr n Mud ihal umi.iIIv hold im prrial plarr in a «4iiilrnt ' « li»t of drMralilr ' ul«)rrt« hrromr% vcrv iiilrrrMiiiK. Thr l ' h %ir» drparlmriil ha done mmh «ork in ihr paM car in ihc »lud and operalinK • radiov J ' rolivM r pournrt, who ha» i-apahU hradrd ihi drparlmriil fur rvrral rar rrrcivcd hi» H.S. dr rrr from ihr I.oiiiMana Slair I nivrrMix in 1912 and hi M.S. drRrrc in 1913. Puriiiu ihr Miminrr of i9io hr (lid Kradualr work al ihr Inivrrsin «.f Irxa I ' roin I9ii lo 191} hr «a» IiiMriMlor .-11 Ihr LouiMaiia Sl.ilr InivrrMiy after which limr hr atxrplrd a po ilimi with lhi« iii ' lilulioii. AGRICULTURE: Professor Albert A. Fredericks, B.S., M.S. niMiiul srriou nrss of cfforl ha marlrd arlivitir . ..f tin- pavl far in ihr aKririillural drparlmriil. Ihr activilirx havr brrii dirrcird in a maniirr thai ha tharaclrri rd a -.piril of rraliu and forliliidr. Profrs ir Frrdcrirk i wril i|iialitird 10 hold ihr rr» pooilion as hrad of ihr dcpartmrnl of . nriniliiirr. Hr rrrrivrd hi H.S. drjjrrr from ihr Louisiana Slair liiivrrsilN in 1912. and his M.S. dr ;rrr in i ,if,. From 1918 lo 19J0 hr »%as ronnrrtr.l wilh ihr I niird Slairs Drparlmriil of .XKiirullurr in ihr Dairy Division. In 1920 he accrptrd a position on ihr nrm:il ( ' ollr r farullv. GEOGRAPHY: Professor John S. Kyser, A.B. Thf KroRraphy studrni ' t no longer Mudy from text h nk alonr, but corrrlalr thrir irxi knowlrdur wilh arlual ohsrrx alion. Firld trips arr ofirn Inkrn lo plarrs noird for ihrir unusual rnrlh formalions. Profrssor J. S. Kys T, hrad of ihr drparlmriil of (iro raphx. rrcrivrd his .X.K. drjjrrr from ihr Lnivrrsily of MirhiKan in lyjo. Mr did H o rars Kraduatr suidx al thr I ' nivrrsin of Chicago and attriidnl ihr I ' liivrrsiiv of California ilurinn ihr tall of 1929. In 192} hr aa-rpird a position wilh ihr adiniiiistrali r Maff of ihr Louisiana Slair Normal ( ' ollr(;r. MATHEMATICS: Professor Augustus C. Maddox, A.B., A.M. Malhrm.ilirs is usiialU coiisidrrrd onr of ihr most dithciill coursrs olTrrrd in ihr Normal Collr r. Sliidrnls that hnish in this drparlmriil arr wril prrparrd lo farr ihr rounds of ohIiKalioiis and acroinplishmriil whirh await thom in the oulsidr world. Profrssor . . C. Maitdfix has rapabiv supi-rvisrd this drpartmcnt for srvrral rars. Mr rrrrivrd his . .B. drurrr from llriidrix ( " iilirjjr in 1910, his . .M. (lr ;rrr from ( " oliimhia I ' liivrrsiiy in 191ft and dill r.idiiatr stud al ihr I ' liivrrsitx of Trxas during tin- suiniiUT of I92 ' . Mr. Maddox was irachrr of Mathrmali -s at thr Stale .•Xnriiiiltur.ii Srhool, .Magnolia, .Xrkansas, ill 191; to 1915; Souihx rstrrii Stair Normal SchiMil, Oklahoma, i9 i ' lo 1918; and .Assistant Profrss ir of M:ithriiiali(-s in Oklahoma A. and NL ( " olirnr from 1919 lo 1920, al whirh limr hr accrptrd his prrsriil position with ihr Stale Normal Collrne. i EDUCATION: Professor L. J. Alleman, A.B., A.M. The department of Education has ndmirahlx carried out it work for thr rar. This drparimrnt prrparrs thr fiilurr irarhrrs to facr thr pti zlinK simalions that arisr in a class riHim o| students with individual diffrrrncrs. Prolrsvir .Mlrmaii. hrad of thr ,irpartmrnl, rrcrivrd his , .B. dr rrr from thr Christian Hroihrrs " Collrne in rennessee in 1S92. Me Kradiiatrd from thr I.ouisiana Stair Normal in 1898, rrcrivinn his . ' XAI. dcjjrrr from ihr Louisiana Stair Cnivrrsiix in 1929. Mr has acird as Principal of public schools, parish siiprrintriidriil and Stair insiitutr conductor. In 1919 hr accrptrd a placr on the admiii- is|rali r st;i(f of thr Stair Normal Collrur. IWENrV-SIX DEPARTMENTS LIBRARY SCIENCE: Miss Scharlie Russell, A.B. Library Science teaches the use of the lilirary anil methods of filing materials and hooks for library usage. An evidence of the increased seriousness on the part of the students has been noted by a decided rise in the amount of reading. Miss Russell graduated from the State Normal in 1889 and received her A.B. degree in 1928. She was a student in the I ' niversity of Chicago in 1909 and 1910. In 1930 and 1931 she did graduate study at the Columbia University School of Library Service. After teaching at St. Mary ' s Academy in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1907 to 1909, she accepted her present position as a professor at the Louisiana State Normal College. At present she also serves in the capacity of Librarian. COMMERCE: Professor N. B. Morrison, A.B., A.M. The commercial department, though younger than other departme nts, has developed a surprising enrollment. Students from every department in the college pursue courses in either typing or shorthand, which greatly aids them in completing other departmental assignments. Professor Morrison, head of the department, received an A.B. degree in 1923 from the College of Emporia. He served as Head of the Commercial Department in the Junior College at Ida, Kansas, from 1926 to 1929. In 1930 he received his M.A. degree from the University of Iowa, accepting a position with the State Normal College the same year. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Dr. Charles C Stroud, A.B., M.D. To help students develop bodies that are physically vholesome, mentally stimulating and satisfying, and sociail - sound is the aim of all physical education directors at Normal. Under the capable guidance of Dr. C. C. Stroud, head of the department, this aim is being realized. Dr. Stroud received his A.B. degree at Tufts in 1894 and ' " ' 9 received his M.D. degree. He was head of the Physical Training Department at Tufts, the ITniversity of Rochester, and Mercer ITniversity. Prior to his accepting a position on the Normal staff in 1924, he was athletic director and professor of history at the Louisiana State Universit . LATIN: Professor R. W. Winstead, A.B., A.M. The Latin Department is one in which the studetits receive more than a mere knowledge of the language. Latin correlates with most every curriculum in the college. Professor Winstead, associate professor of Latin, received his A.B. degree from Peabody ( )llege in 1902 and his master ' s degree in 1930. He was principal of high schools in Tennessee, Alabama and Louisiana until 1908 when he accepted a position at the Louisiana State Normal College. FRENCH: Miss G. Portre-Bobinsky, A.B., B.S. The study of French is made interesting by a vivacious professor from across the sea. The lessons do not deal entirely with translation and grammar drills; a large part of the term is spent doing projects of individual interests. Miss Portre-Bobinsky received a diploma from College de Perigueux, France, 1917. In 1922 she attended (Jcorge Peabody College for Teachers, in 1932 recei ing a B.S. degree. The summer of 1932 was spent there also for graduate study. Miss Portre has been instructor of French at Blackdown School, Wellington, England, and at Sandgate, Kent, England, during the years 1917 to 1919. She became a member of the Norma! faculty in 1925. 1 — aiiwBiia I ' TWENTY-SEVEN THE DEANS .V AS Dran of Instruction of the Louisiana State Normal, Dr. Ford has won the respect and r i.mtidcnce of the faculty and the student body. He is well qualified for the position he ' holds. He graduated from the Louisiana State Ni rmal in 1910 and received his A.B. degree from the Louisiana State L ' niversity n 1V24. His master ' s and doctor ' s degrees were both received from the George Peabody College for Teachers in 1926 and 19}1 respectively. After .serving as assistant superintendent and chssroom supervisor of Calcasieu Parish from 191} to I92S, he accepted a position as assistant Professor of Education on the Normal faculty. In |9}0 he was associate Professor of Education and Dean of Instruction. In 19M he was appointed to his present position. Dr. Ford has prosed his comjxtency by solving wisely and carefully the many and various problems that have confronted him. This past year Miss Dean Vamado was chosen again to serve as Dean of Women. She entered this college as a student in 189 ), graduating from Normal in 1899. After receiving her A.M. degree from Columbia in 190 , she Ixcame dehnitcly connected with this institution. Miss Vamado was Dean of Women at the State Normal from 1914 to 1922. In 1919 she received a special diploma, teaching history, from Columbia University. From 1923 to 193J Miss N ' arnado was Professor of History, resuming her present position in 1933. Probably no one is qualified to guide the women students so well as she. The situations and problems that arise are the same ones . hc has dealt with in the past years and each time has settled satisfactorily. Miss N ' emado is adapted to her work; she is a conscientious and lovable advisor. Only gratitude and appreciation can be felt in the heart of each woman student for the personal guidance she has received. Profc. ;sor He aid, although new in his present position as Dean of Men and head of the Bureau of Student Activities, has proved his ability to cope with any situation that may arise within his jurisdiction. Not only is he capable of the trust given him as Dean of Men, but he has enthusi- astically attacked each unsolved problem with an unreserved vigor and determination. Professor Heald received his A.B. degree at the Iowa State Teacher ' s College in 1916 and his M.A. degree at the Iowa State Dniveriity in 1923. He has had graduate study at the Louisiana State Uni- versity, attended the summer seiiions of the University of Iowa in 1928 and 1929. acted as super- intendent of the puSIic schools of Iowa and was instructor in the Iowa State Teacher ' s College during the iurnmcrs of 1916 to 1920. Professor Heald started his work at this college in 1923. IWENtTFIGHI f ' fi- r • • ttir ■ OLD BULLARD HOME AND CONVENT BUILDING L-t f ' , ; ■ ' o - I. ■ FIFTY YEARS OF • PROGRESS • AT NORMAL THE BULLARD HOME HISTORY OF LOUISIANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE FOUNDING On July 8, 1884, in the state Legislature of Louisiana, a law was passed which provided for the creation of the State Normal School, and a small appropriation was made for its support. The State Board of Education decided that Natchitoches was best suited for the location of the school, and the grounds for- merly used by the Convent of The Sacred Heart were presented them for the site. DEAN VARNADO GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS TTie first building on the site of what is now the campus of the Louisiana State Normal College was a beautiful plantation home built in 1832, and owned by the Bullard family. The four historic columns which remain on the campus were a part of this bui lding. In 1857 the Catholic Order of The Sisters of the Sacred Heart pur- chosed the property from the Bullard estate for a convent and erected a large brick building, later called the Convent Building. During the War between the States the school was suspended, and the building was used a; a hospital. These two buildings were used for many years as the physical plant of the school and many fond memories and stories are recalled by those who went to school and lived in them. In 1894, East Hall was built. This was the dormitory about which many legends have been handed down. On its third floor was supposed to have lived the ghost of a beautiful nun who moved there when the old convent building had been torn down. East was demolished in 1927, and ingenious students undertook the moving of the ghost to old Brown Building, now the music building. Other buildings have followed through the years, and the College is today a modem plant that can be seen from the aerial view on page 35. THIRTY COEDS OF YESTERYEARS ADMINISTRATION There have been many personaUties connected with Normal history who have helped to mold its char- acter and worth. Each of its presidents served Normal well, taking it forward through the years. The first president was Dr. Edward E. Sheib, who opened the school on November 1, 1885, with twenty-seven students and a faculty of three, includmg himself. In 1888, Dr. Sheib was called to the University of South Carolina, and Thomas Boyd was elected to the position, which he held for eight years, at the end of which he became president of the Louisiana State University. At this time, a beloved member of the faculty, Mr. B. C. Caldwell, was unani- mously elected to the presidency. He retired from office after twelve years of service. In July, 1908, Jame B. Aswell was elected to succeed Mr. Caldwell as president. Mr. Aswell was president for three years, after which he had a long and brilliant career as representative from Louisiana to Congress. Mr. V. L. Roy succeeded Mr. Aswell and was president of the College until 1929, at which time he resigned, and President W. W. Tison, who had long been associated with the College as both student professor, was elected to succeed Mr. Roy. W. W. TISON THIRTY-ONE - liiLilliir :i:;iit OLD BUILDING AND STUDENT BODY FACULTY AND ALUMNI It is difficult to try to name all the prominent personalities who have been connected with the Normal faculty. However, the following have been taken from the annuals and history of the college as having pro- jected themselves above all for their continued service to Normal: Professor Alby L. Smith was training teacher and institute conductor for ten years. It is in his honor that the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund was established; Professor R. L. Himes who helped to develop student activities on the campus through organization of S. A. K., first literary society on the campus; Miss Bessie Russell, a teacher in the training school for many years, and the first president of the Alumni Association; Professor E. L. Stephens, one of Louisiana ' s prominent educators, now president of S. L. I. at Lafayette: Miss Agnes Morris, who became widely known in the state through her service in institute and Chautauqua work; Mrs. Lizzie Carter McVoy, now associate professor of English at Louisiana State University, will long be remembered for her strong personality and ability as a teacher; two other noted teachers connected with the Normal were: Miss Hen- rietta Lewis and Miss Jessie Bowdcn (who is now Mrs. J. E. Stephens, of Natchitoches, La.), Professor H. E. Chambers, who is well known for his works of Louisiana history, was a member of the faculty from 1899 to I90I. Of the present faculty, there are a number who have been closely associated with Normal history for many years. Miss Dean Varnado, the present Dean of Women and member of the history faculty, has been known and loved by manv Normal students. Miss Scharlie Russell, the librarian, has served in this capacity for many years, and has been responsible for the immense growth of this part of the college. Dr. J. E. Guardia, who has charge of the plans now being made for Normal ' s celebration of its fifty years of progress, is a graduate of this college, distinguished for his interest in Louisiana geography and rHIRTY-TWO Natchitoches history. Miss Martha Feltus can be remembered for her many years of faithful service to the unique Uterary societies which played such an important part in Normal history. Mrs. Williamson (Orra Car- roll), Mr. Winstead, Miss Augusta Nellcen, and Mr. Fournet have also seen many years of service to Normal. Coach Prather celebrated this year his twenty-first year of association with the athletics at Normal. The person who has the distinction of being on the Normal faculty for the longest period of time is our Mr. George Williamson. As this book goes to the press, Normal is making plans for the building of a museum to house the wonderful collection of Indian relics which Mr. Williamson has so ardently gathered together during his life time. This museum will be a fitting memorial to the life of this man whose years of service to Normal will ever be commemorated by the Williamson Memorial Museum. President Tison was a graduate of this institution, and was for many years head of the chemistry department of this college before becoming its president. ALUMNI Normal boasts of many famous alumni, many of whom have become leaders in the field of education in this state and others. Some few of these are: Mrs. Mattie O ' Daniel Rinsland, Mrs. Bertha Cooke Sanders, Dr. R. K. Nabors, Merle C. Taylor, Mrs. Dorothy Reagan Wheelis, Miss Roberta Newell, Hon. T. H. Harris, Charles F. Trudeau, John M. Foote, Dr. M. C. Robertson, A. M. Hopper, and Mr. J. W. Bateman. Others of the alumni have gone into the other professions, and the names of Normal graduates may be read in the annals of law, medicine, business, military science, religion, and other important professions. THIRTY-THREE -■f " M .tt ATHLETICS When the College is celebrating its fiftieth birthday this year, Coach H. L. Prathcr will have reached his twenty-first vear as a director of Normal athletic teams. " Coach. " as he is affectionately called, has produced some of the finest teams ever to perform in this state. The outstanding football machines were those of 1920 and 1932, the former had as its offensive spark plug our present Assisunt Coach, Harry Turpin. TTie last mentioned team was composed of such well known linesmen as Charles West, Merrill Gallion, Ray Miller and Doakey Wimberly; its backfield stars were Gainnie Hyams, " Faize " Mahfouz and George Heard. Passing from football to track, we find a champion relay team representing the Normal for the past five or six years, the present S. I. A. A. hundred yard dash record holder, Erskine Cook, and several third places in the S. I. A. A. track and fields meets. Basketball teams perhaps best represent the consistency of our teams. Normal has never had a poor team in this sport. The best combination was probably the one which represented us during the War days. Leroy S. Miller and E. B. Robert were the mainstays of that crcat five. Dr. Stroud took over the duties of baseball coach .wicT " Coach " Prather had turned out John Paul Jones, who went directly from here to the Texas League and then to the New York Giants. At the present time, Normal is represented in professional baseball by " Big Boy " McKellar, former Normal " fence buster. " So, as the College has progressed, our athletics ha c moved on, and today they rank with the best. O PUBLICATIONS The Potpourri and Current Sauce have long been a source of pride and joy to both the resident students and the alumni who helped them in their infancy. Of the two, the Current Sauce is the older notwithstanding the fact that the Potpourri is now twenty- five years old, or, we might say, half as old as the College. It is hard to evaluate the worth of either of these publications except to say that they are filling a need in the Journalistic field that would otherwise remain barren. The Current Sauce has recently joined the National Student Press Association and since its affiliation with that organiza- tion, the Current Sauce has offered the students, besides the regular four pages of news, a four page rotogravure section of views and interesting individuals from other campuses. The Potpourri has gradually become a work of art, not only in the literary field but in the field of artistic reproduction. The Potpourri compares favorably with the yearbooks of all the best schools, and our 1931 book was picked as a prize winner in its division of the Alpha Phi Gamma yearbook contest. Miss Margurite Teer was the editor and R. L. Ropp was the adviser of the prize annual. Current Saucei DEMON DEBATE TEAM WINS ' PItOf R L MPPCOJOiBUNNWC mmmncDmmwma AUXANDER AM) CAKl MADOOX r S ' E.M.EKOFFTISHMAKREUiKIBS ORG WZATlOIi COmifflJSlCN ARf CROSEN IN CPtmm HOJ) HERE WJWNTRAdMfN ' tnla-tt. Fac O Club M.f. ) M. " xMlT-aM-rdt tT IW (Zrie GL asses ■♦«w«awaMm»rtv? tiriw?«« w.«M(C»Ti Tw mi»-« .M fc ' iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiii»iiiiii M iiiiiiiiii impiiiiiwiiiiiiii»iiiiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiiiirriiiiiiiii iiniiiiini»r«ii inirti " i ri in ' ii |«Sjaa?J8K aiq5s«;a 1 OFFICERS Ruby Lee Odom Pre :idcnt Bill Perkins Vice-President Anna Kent Carruth Secretory-Treasurer F. G. FouRNET Sponsor _ SENIORS THIHlYNINt N I FRANttS AARON S«lCMinM. ' liES A £ K I ' ffff Ehmrntary Purpir Ja.kci Clul.. NV. A. A EriglUh Cluh. MARV A I. FORD A A M at ht malic i-C.lifmistry I ' lirpic Jarkrr Cliiti, Prc ijlrni Science ( lub, Sccrctar - Trca-- urcr Lambda Helta Lambda, . W. C. A. Cabinrt. Orchcvi Dance Club. V, A. A. KAI IlLKFN Al I IMS RINGOOLO Mutic Orche ira, Siring (Juarin, W. A. A. v v IFLIX HFRrilLOT f im: iii Commfrtf N Club. Track ' jj, ' jj, Cnm- mtrcial Cliili ' r»inan Cluh. lOIS HON DS s riiiiir .Mf " • •IT llomi- h.tnnomics Kiilhenic k Club. run. II ' d. uoKDriON MORKXl VII.I K dommrrff Commercial Club, French Circle. ' ice-l ' re»idene Newman Club. c? 1S= Wt FORTY .-4 K V- :; ZELMA HOSTON MOVTCOMKRV Mallifmalics and Ilioloz y GORDON S. BOWERS NEW VERDA English and Sndal Siirrii SIXSHINE HOZEMAN BELMONT English and Lalin Latin Club. E. L. S. s ILORHNCK M. BRANN i; V ORI.KAVS A 1 ' V. English and Lalin Dramatic Club, V. W. C. A. W. A. A. KAI IlKRINE BREMER OI.ENMORA BIT English and Social Scienre English Ciuii, Parliamentary Law Club, V. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Life Saving Corps. MABLE BRL ' N M ONICOMEKN Ilomf Eionomiis FORTrONE m N I O M ARV F. CARROl I SPF RSVII I F A 2 A Emgiuli and Sodal Sdmif Purple JacWfl Cluh, Orrhroi Paiirc (Muh, nr.imnlic ( " luh, PrlrKalr In Hliif Riil ;c ' n. • V. C. A.. W. A. A.. Kimlisli Cluh. ANNA KIN I ( AKKI I II PONCXATOULA A S E Enifiisli and Library Sfi,n f Frcxhm.nn C mini sioiirr, Purple J.ick.t Club. V. V. C A, Cahiiicf, Sccrriar Sriiior Clas " . MIIDRKP E. COHB A 1 K. A 4- U Englitli and Latin I.ifc Saving Corps, Sf W . A. A.. V. V. C. A., OrrhrMN Clul . Srrrrlarv Drainatir Club. v DoKcil in ((MIFN s niif HIT t.nijtisli and Snunl Sarntr li ' trW dice Cluh, Dramaiir Cluh, Newman Cluh, W. A. A., Or- rhcsis l aiii-c Cluh. MVRI.KFN COPE viviw o i; T Lnitlii i and Latin Oramalu- Cluh. V. W. C. A.. W. A. A. ANNA MAI l)A INI ' ORT STFRIINCTOX A 1 ' A. II ij n ( ' ftinmrrrr (ViinmiTrial Cluh. Spanish Club, OrrhcMs Cluh. V. A. A. RYS 3 : FO«TV-rWO k.l HERTZOG DkBLIEUX NATCH nOCHRS A Z, A A A Sfit ' ncf and AUuIiiiiuUk s Baiiil, Orchestra, Scii-iice Clul J. c. dkblieux. jr. NATCHITOCHES K N Commerre Commercial Cluh. BEATRICE DEES MARTHAVILLE n t2 n Commerce - S . MAK(;rKKITE DEES ilA.W A A A Malliimaii(s and Physics MARY BELLE deVARGAS VAICHITOCHES V. J. DODD zvvoi.i.i-: i; T I ' , A ! ' r lintjlisli and Social Science President " N " Club, Editor POT- POURRI ' 34, President Junior Class ' 33. FORTY-THREt wiLi It noxEV MONtUlMCRV A . A A A MaiJirmalus amJ Pkyiits MAKV v. 1)1 FREE 0 l SIIATTA English and Library Nf. C. C. EnKli h riub, J. H. nt RR MARIM.WII.I.K :c T I S{ifn f-.loritulture Y. M. C. A.. Sriciirc Cliilr v v NJAKi.AKI I K. K IIOI.S CONVERSE II i. 11 I ' fijuiial t.dutaiioH and Commrrif Trca urrr NV. A. A., Drmonriir t ' liib. V. V. C. A., Commrrrial Club. . EI.ETHIA KDWARPS MONROE t.ngliih and hrrndi Frriirh Cirrlc, ()rrhr i« Danrr Club. V. W. C. A.. CJirU- C.lcc Club. Or legate to B. S. V. Von- Vi ' lirini) ' jj. I.H)NHNE I (.l r R ST. GABRIEL EiigHili-Frfn h N ' irr-I ' roulciii Nrwman Club, W. A. ., I.c Ccrcic Franrais. Eng- lish Club. I MARGARET FOGLE MINDEK n ii n Commirif Y. W. C. A., S. A. K.. Com- mercial Club, Vice-President Pi Omega Pi. LOriSE FORD GRAND CANE 2 2 2, A A A Mat III- malic s-Science Purple Jacket Club, Y. W. C. A., Science Club. D. R. COINS MOKA Scifncc-Afjriculture WINFRED GRAHAM CKKSrOV SiiciUf-Aijriculture CHARLES GRANIER ST. JAMES Commerce Varsity Track Team, Commercial Club, Newman Club, Dramatic Club. MILDRED GRAY JENA Commerce Y. VV. C. A., W. A. A., S. A. K , Commercial Club. i- UAk M FORTY FIVE N I FnWARI) C. (iRKCO A .. II i: Hioioifj-llli. miiirj S. A. K. CELESTE (iREEN OAKIIAI.E tnplii i-Sotial Stititir B. S. v., Pri- itlriit Ennli ' h Cliih, W. A. A., rr«-«.hm.iii ( ' (iinriiis- siiiMcr, ■. W. ( ' . A. EDN II t.KII N V KllllrH.llfs f " «T hlrmfitlary B. s. r. ( luiK ' ii, rrr-uiriii . W. C. A., !)rlrK.-||r tn Sl;irr M. S. V. ( ' iiMvriition ' 32, ' 3}. ii fi=a IU£ ,. kvA lN- :s v v KOSirVN HARMON KVWK tlH lish-l.ibrary . . C. A. A Ill II I 1I()K ALEXANDRIA . 1 A Muiif . W. C. A.. V. A. A.. S. A. K.. Spniii h Club, OnhcMra. Par- liamrntarv La%v Clul . I.I.K K HAVCOOn SIIKI-VHH)Kr Kind rijarli-H-l ' rimnry . NV. C. A.. W. A. A.. S. A K.. ( ' ■ iilliiiii Club, Parliamriitar I .lu Club. FORTY-SIX I N LEYTON HAWTHORNE FISHVILLE Sc ence-.l gnculture English Club. THELMA HENRY HOUMA 2 2 2, n A E Physical Education Newman Club, President Fresh- man Commissioner ' 31, Secretary Sophomore Class ' 3i- ' 32, De- monette Club President ' 31, W. A. A., S. A. K., C. C. C. Dele- gate to Oklahoma University ' 31, Delegate to Baton Rouge ' 32, Secretary Gulf States Province of Newman Club ' 31, Orchesis Club President, Secretary Junior Class ' 32. MARY HILL MAW Encjlish-Frcncli French Circle, Dramatic Club HELEN HINES IIAVNKSVII.LE A A A Matlu ' matics-Cliciniilty Purple Jacket. RTTH HOLLAND l)K KIDDER II ! II Commircc GAIENNIE HYAMS NAICimOCIIES A Z hiujlisli-Social Science Football ' 3o- ' 33, Track ' 3o- ' j4; Student Council ' 33- ' 34; " N " Club ' 31, ' 32, ' 33, President Lambda Zeta. FORTY. SEVEN N OI.A JOHNSON oil. XI IV A :; A Commrr f V. V. C. A., C ' oiiimrrrial ( ' lul», CollrKiaic Rrprocnc.itivc n( Alpha Sit;ina Alpha, Pan-Hcl- Iciiic Rcprocniativf of Alpha SiKinn Alpha. Ml Kl. JUNKS IIAVNESVII.LE A 1 K Cammfrff . W. { A„ W. A. A.. S. A. K.. i ' arliaiiu ' iitar Law I ' luli, ( ' lUii- inrrcial Club. (II l I JONKS •.MKfVUtlKr tusi( SlriiiK (jiiarlrl, ( )r( lic .tra v v v I ' AII. K. JONES li)S ICOMI-RY 1 T r ( ' .iimmrrif NADU. JONES M WM-II-I.I) ll ' itnf hfonomia S. A. K., Eiiihciiio riub. Ml Mil 1 K ( I S JORDAN s Ml iiinKiiKS Commrrcial Club, C ' urrcnl Saucr, Choral Club. FORTY-EIGHT t N SARA JOYNER ALEXANDRIA ASA English-Spanish MARIE KENDRICK VIVIAN Home Economics Treasurer Eutheiiics Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, B. S. U. Delegate to New Orleans. MYRTLE KENT DEQUINCY Commerce Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Com- mercial Club. E. C. KNII ' FERS ri.ORlKN Cummer re THKI MA KNOX IIA i;SVlLI.E Home Economics Eutheiiics Club, Dcinonette Club, W. A. A. ALEXANDER LAN(;F0RD LOGAXSPORT K N Science-.! griculture Y. M. C. A., S. A. K. FORTY-NINE KOHFKr K. IKE Mwms A Z SfifHte Y. M. I . A.. N. A. K.. Srifiirc Club. DoRdl in I-eCENPRF. NArCllinKIIKS A 1 K. II .. II Coitintfrcf Cdinmrrcia! Club, (ilcr Club, t)rche i Daiii ' c Club. I AMI I. I I V SHREVEPORT n A K I ' iysiial EdutatioH Parlininrnt.iry Law Club ' ji, E. I.. S.. Choral Club, Lift- SavinR Corps, Proidcnt ()rrhr is Panci- Club. (Jiff Club. W. A. A. Cabinet, Prr idfiil DciiiDiu ' ttr Club, |uiiii r Drainatir Cliil). v v I OKKINE .McCARINEY M KIHAVI1.I.E rliyiual EJutatioH Drinniuiii- Club, N. W. C. A. V. A. A. ll.ll-IOKn NKKINNI Y IIOSSIOV »t i; T I ft ' ' lAfmfntaty I INDA MiKINM V A . liii ii mtiliis-(. ' fiitniil y . W. C. A.. W. A. A. SiictuT Club. FIFIT 1 N 1 O EDITH MARTIN NATCHITOCHES Home luonnmics Euthenics Club. MAURINE MARTIN NATCHITOCHES n fi n Commerce Commercial Club. MAMIE RUTH NEESON SIIREVEPORT Erifflis i-Social Science English Club, Y. W. C. A. ROBERT H. NIX JAMESIOWN II II C.fimmerce-Art Fine Arts Club, Commercial Club, French Circle, M. C. C, Palette Club, Glee Club. RIHY LEE ODOM BEKMCE AAA Mathematics-Science Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Purple Jacket Club, President B. S. U. Council, Student Council, Presi- dent Senior Class, Religious Or- ganizations Council ' 3o- ' 34, Dra- matic Club, Varsity Debate ' 32- ' 34, Winner Intersocicty Ora- torical Contest ' 33, Science Club, W. A. A. WILMA PACE WEST MONROE A 1 A, n Q n Commerce Commercial Club, Y. W. C. A. FIFTY-ONE £ N I O D IRFNF IVEY I ' At ' .E MONJJOr II K r English-hnriiifn lanouaof Purplr JacLci ( liib. V. V. ( ' . A.. W. A. A., Drainaiir Club. I.c Ccrcic Fraiirai . Pnn-llrllnilr Coiinril. OI.M PFACF Lrrsvii LF Commrrfr Y. W. C. A. inrrrial Club. S. A. K . Com I.ORFTTA M. riRSOIIN kSTAVKCO llontf E(OHomict Prf i«lrnl Newman Club. Prr-i- dcnt Fiithrnio Club, nrlcnalc Jo ilomr F-oriomic Cmivrntioii ' jj, Novman Club PrlcKalr ' iz, ' jj, ( ulf Sialc Provinrc Ciuivciition ' jj, Parliamrntary Law, (lirN ' Cilrr Club, Stuctrnt Cnuiicil. 0 0 v.. A. PFRKINS. JR. r.RAST 1 T r Siiniif- Igrifullure N ' irc-Prc» " n!riil Scni ' ir Cl.«» , I5.i« Irlball, Irark. Ill K I ' ll RsoN s MciinnciiF.s 1 T r, A J « t.ntjliili Sofial Sfirnrr Prr iclciii Soph-rniiirr Cla»», Wri ncr of Sintc Oraloriral Cniiir»t. Kditor " Currcru Sauce. " n Kl II PINF IftKT ARTIILK. TfWS n i; T Ir, I ' .irplf J.ukci Club. V. A. A.. N ' . W. C. A. Cabinci, ()rrhr»i Panrc Club. A »Uianl F " litiir PiniMHRRi. DcIcKatc to Naiion.-il Ciinvciition for Thcta SiKina Ipviloii, Prcsiclcnl Thrta Sinm.i rp ilon. Proiclcm Alpha I ' lii i.imma. FIFTt-TWO N I C ELSIE MAE PIPES CALHOUN Upper Elfmnilary CHRISTINE PIGII DEQUIN ' CV English-Social Science S. A. K., English Club. YVONNE ELIZAnETII RICHARD JENNINGS n K 2 English-Social Science Newman Club, W. A. A., English Club, Dramatics Club. BETH RICKS GRAND CANE A i; English-Library V. W. C. A. Cabinet, President Y. W. C. A. ' 33, Delegate to ]}lue Ridge ' 33, Vice-President Purple Jacket Club, Student Council ' 34, W. A. A., Religious Organization Council, S. A. K., Press Club ' 30, ' 31. ROSALIE RITTER MANY Music Cjlee Club. WALTER ROYSTON NAICIinOCilES Matheinalics-Chemislry FIFTY-THREE N I O NORA SAI TZMAN Commffce Ciiinmr trial ( " liih, Spanish ( ' liil Nrwinan Club. OPA SANPKRS MACFWnoi) llomf Eionomifs Eulhrnics Club. V. V. V. A. Mil DKi i snows II A K I ' iysiral Ediifaiinn OrrhrMra ji. Clrr Club. W. A A. Cabinrl. |)cm iiirl( - Club, " Currrnt S.iuct " Staff. S. A. K. v v FAE SIBI I- V vATciinociifs llomr Utonomid Euth ' - ' nirx Club. I-IRLINE si.En(;E 0(1.111 U ' lrnr Eronomifs Kuthcnir- Club. N W. C. A. W. A. A. noKitl ll A. SOPEN M 1 XMIKl II A i: I ' liysual F.duralion W. A. A. Cabinet. V. W. C. A.. Tennis Ha kctball, Dcmoncttc Club. Flt-TV-FOUR I 0 0 N I 1H);WT11V V. SIANDLFV MONROK A i: A Enylisli-Sodal Sdcnce V. W. C. A., W. A. A, Press Club, Parliamentary Law Club. KATHERINE STEELE OXFORD n } II Co7nmercc Commercial Club, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Purple Jacket Club, Freshman Commissioner, Life Saving Corps. VIRGINIA STRICKI.ER VIDAI.IA AAA Matliemalics-ChimL try President W. A. A., Purple Jacket Club, Demonette Club, Science Club, Delegate to A. C. A. C. W. Convention. EUGENIA SWEENEY SHREVEPORT n K 2 Home Efonnmics V. V. C. A., V. A. A., Euthenics Club, Purple Jacket Club, Dra- matic Club, B. S. U. Council. W i UAI ' IIIl.l. IKAGLE CAMP I I A Z Siirnce. in. A MAE THOMAS oil, CITY 11 L II Cnmincrce W. A. A, . W. C. A., Com niercial Club, Life Saving Corps, Parliamentary Law Club. Al.ICI ' . |-I!.I.()N man Club, S;-crctary Eu- Ics Club, . 4. A., M. C C 6JL KI.MA WALL i,n (;vM: v, ri:xAs r i ' , ii A !•: Viiys ' n al lull ml inn Vice-President Sigma Sigma Sigma, ' ice-Presi(lent Pi Delta Epsihm, Spanish Club, Vice- President W. A. A., V. W. C. A., Demonette Club, Cotillion Club, l ' arliainentar - Law Club. ()r- .h:-sis Club. FIFT -FIVE N I Wlj-IIAM VVAKO IIA »SVILLi: r T r SiifHff-.tfirit ullurr Vicr-I ' rr»i«lfni Siiitlrni Hoilv.;ill. M. C. { " ., V. M. V. A.. Sliiilrnt CoiiMfil, Ptlryiitr in . S. r. A. ' ji, Prrsiilfiu Sophiiiniirr ( la«!« ' }i, Fdiror of 1934 ll.iiul- DOKOrilN I I IC.NV KEWFR Commfr(f (■i»inin«Ti ' ial Cluh, W. A. A.. NcMinan Cluh. Kl.Sir WAIIKAV Kf SSfR llomr t ' fonomifs rulhenics Club, l ' lul , V. A. A. PAII. WFISS WrcillTTICllKS 1 T r, A A A Maihfmalift-Si irnrr I ' rrsiilt-nt I..-|inh(l.i Di ' llj I.niiilnla, I ' rr iijcni Alph.i I --! Omrna, I ' rcsiilciU . M. C. A.. Stuilrnt Cotinril, Baiiil, SririMT Chili, Dramaiir Cluli, I ' arliamriiinrv Law Club, DtlrKalc In Kluc Ridgr ' j3, Orchc ira. 0 v v v CRAWIOKD W II I IS KiKKsr mil. ■I ' K X StifiKf-.lgrifullurr . M. C. A., Parliamriiiarv Law Club. I RA { IS WIMHIRLV •!• K . Miillii mal ' us-Clirmiurf FiMiiball, Trark, Siudriit Cmin- cil, Piiii ' iii HKi Si;iff, V. M, C A Cabinet. . l ION l-iil AM) A A Miil irmalifi-P iys ' us I AW! RFNCR VOING V Ml Mil (KM KS . , l iiliiinali(s-Pliysi(t Inolb.ill, Trark, nramaiic Cluh, Ch..ra! Club. IIAZI I. PFAR S AKIIIKMIIKS ■, nt lis i — Library Dclc-Katc to H. S. V. Ccmvcniion, i ' 3J-33; Ladies ' dice Club, ' ji- •ji; M. C. C. FIMYSIX y a OFFICERS Jesse Boucher President Merrill Gallion Vice-President Emily McDade Secretary-Treasurer Harry Turpin Sponsor JUNIORS FIFTY-SEVEN U N I O R CLASS WiMiS v Amursov K..r,.t Hill Home KfOHomift 1 uihniio 1 hih. . V. r. A.. B. S. r. drIrRjtr In Nc« ()rlfaii» ' jj. S. A. K. Miii i( i Hairh lliimff En Hih-l.ihrary I ' lirpic Jacket ( " lul». V. V. C " . A. Cahinrl, DrIrKaIr to Blue Ridge. ' . ( ' ., Dramatic C ' luh Vicf-PrrMdcnt. Parliammiarv Law riub, F. R. O. C. latin Cluh. i liN HovvtR Fort Nrmsiiy English Sodal Stiffirr I ' liipli Jacket. V. A A., KtiKli-h Club. Nrumaii Club. S. A. K. JhSSK HoiciitR, ITT Sprinithill Stienff-.lgnculturr liMiiliall, Track, Prc- iilrnt of Junior Cla s Mrmbrr of Studrni Council. Mil IlKHI C VI iioiv . I-R.WCKS CARRril I , A i; A . Enpliih-LaUH rchr«.i« Dance Club. la ficld I iiannporl I i isK Cii RnT) . ILu iirwillr Si If III liiSAnFTH Ci VMNfiii M, II A K . Natchilochm I ' liys ' ual EJuralinn I ilc S.mIiii; (iirpv, W. . . . . Cabinet, Drmoiirtlr Club, I ' cil poiRRi Staff ' n- ' u- AcNi-s D xsi ' ir i ' PPtr Elfmrniary M ' Mima CAROI |) MM1 K in Jrrgarl fit- Primary l.oui iana Club. V. A. A. lliMima FIFTY EIGHT THE J U N I OR CLASS Jessie Davidson Vidalia Eni li li Sindttl Scu ' iue Cilee Club, English Cluh. Garland E. DkMoss, 1 K N Plain Dealing; Matln ' matus-Clii ' mislry Freshman Commission, Reporter Phi Kappa Nu, Y. M. C. A., " Cur- rent Sauce, " Men ' s (ilce Club. Alida Dessi-i.i.e Home Eennnmics Newman Club, S, A. K , Eu ' henics Club. Jacoby Theolvn Dienst Shreveport Mil. ic Glee Club, S. A. K., VV. A. A., V. W. C. A., Demonetle Club. Marv Lee Duncan New Orleans Kindergarten-Primary AuDRA Evans Mansfield Commerce Emily Fisher Morro v Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A., Louisiana Club, W. A. A , S. A. K. Caklie Floyd, r T r Jena Science Mary Jane Greer . Haynesville Kinder tjart en- Primary W. A A., Y. W. C. A., Engi h Club, M. C. C. Mrs. Camille Griffin . Kinder ( art en- Primary Commuteris ' Club. Carnpti 1 1 FIFTY-NINE THE JUNIOR CLASS ' l«(;l M CiRUIIS . Ka%villr kn iuh-lMlin Diin.ildHinvillr M R(; »»1 llwMis. A 1 K . . . { ' tprr kltmrnUiry . V. C " . A.. V. A A.. •Currcni Saiirc. " l.luKi.f lit mi, 1 T r . . ll.lM.rvxillc Sdmt r PrcMclcnl n( Sltiilrtil H »ilv, FcM.lhall ' i .iiul ' . 1 raik ' . Kmu . Musi . Rccvc llomt tfonomia N . A. A. f.ihinct, l-.uihenio C ' liih. . N . I . A. JLI.IA lIulU ' ALIK. A 1 A l.rrsvillc MuiK W. A. A.. (»r lirMr.i. B.iiul. S. A. K. , ) 111 s I . Ila npsvillc I ' liytKal Eduiatwn Diiiioiifitc Club, V. A. A.. V. W. C. A. S ull .1 VKs .is . Sprinuhiil English-Sodal Sfifncr l.iiulivh riub. " Currint Sauce " Staff, Y. V. C. A. MiiiiKMi J() »s, A i. A Iroui . W. C. A. ■ .y « r V I ' j.iVfS, 1 T I " t.ntthyli-Soiial Siifinr ■•I ' oipiiurri " Staff, Pramatir Cliih. l iiM KtRR. A « ' I. ' . A •!■ r l.ii.mpif Engiuh-Soi ' Dil SdfHff crrclarv of Stuitrni Hmh, Dramatic Club. " Current Sauce " Staff. •Piitpiiurri " Staff, B. S. U. Council. SIXTY THE • J U N I O % LiNME Mat Knox Ilaynesville Physical Education Di-.nnnette Cluli, V. A. A., V. W. C. A. El ISA Li:Hi. sc, A t P Plaiiuourtville Lrif lis i-Spaiiis i Dramatic Club, " Potpourri " Staff ' 33 and ' 34, " Current Sauce, " Spani h Club, Parliamentary Law Club, Newman Club Cabinet. Rl IH Lee, 2 )2 Oak Grove Enylisli-Spanisli Spanish Club, V. A. A., V. V. C. A. Gladys Marie Long Trees City English-Social Science Y. W. C. A., English Club. Gladys O ' Neal Longing Shrevepnrt V pper Elementary V. W. C. A. Cabinet, W. A. A., S. A. K., English Club, Parlia- mentary Law Club. Dorothy Lowrey, ASK Morrow Music Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A. Cecilia Teal Lyons Homeplace English-French Newman Club Cabinet, French Circle, W. A. A., S. A. K., Par- liainentary Law. Eleanor McCoy, A2:e Shreveport Physical Education-French V. A. A. Council Member, Life Saving Corps, S. A. K., Demonette Club. Emily McDade, n K 2 McDaile Entjiish-Social Science Pan-Hellenic Council, V. W. C. A., W. A. A., Secretary Junior Class, M. C. C, Demonette Club. Valerie McIntosh, 2:S2 Oak Grove English-Library Spanish Club, Parliamentary Law Club, V. A. A., V. V. C. A., S. A. K., Pan-Hellenic Association, Delegate to Sigma Sigma Sigma Convention in Chicago ' 33. Louise McRae Leesville Home Economics Euthenics Club, Y. W. C. A. Gavle Mariin Arcadia Kindergarten- Primary S. A. K., Louisiana Club, W. A. A., Y. V. C. A. R CLASS -i i: . .. SIXTY-ONE T H E J U N I OR CLASS t .1 ln M K IIS ' iiiii h rf hin.l, r, ,itli H I ' ltmarj KiiKli»li t ' liih. I «n-ii Mnoim. A . . Naichi..K-hr» Mnilifmaliii-Sf ' tfine l ' u idciii S. A. K.. r.irliamrnearv Law Cliih, Dc Mnlav ( i l I Ml KK . 1 llomr hfOHomift While CaMlc I ' .iii llill. nu I ixiiuil, I ' urpic |a«k«i, Nrwinaii C ' aMiiri, F. R (). C, i:iitlinii. CahiiicJ. |)clc :jtt ti i;ull Siaic Pntviiiic Oiiivciiiion " jj! I K Ki;kii Nhson. a 1 K. A U . r„ n.rria .« «- ■. n ii ; . W. ( ' . A. Cabimt. ' Current S;iii.i " Siilf Or.iiii.ilie ( " lub Kkhe Niciini . Lngliili-Library Clniitirrvillc HissikNobii MaiiKham I tti " ' t.liminlary M. C. C. . W. C. A.. KnulUh CluK V. A. A. KiSIK ()|M)M. A •!■ |- . W.Mulunrlh lliitm t.ionnmia . W. C " . A. Cahiiui, H. S. V . Cnuiuil, CJIcc Club, " Currcni Sauce. " C;KKKIIhS OkIMIMK. II K - . N ' atchilochrt In W . , s A. K . I...«li «h Club K :l Kl I ' tlllWI Robvin Km, In ijttrit n I ' rimar l. ' Miivi.ina (lull, . (• A.. W. A. A. Or 1 I ' IKOI. 11 K 1 . C.impli Mini, |{.iii il. Or. u»ira. Kim 1 KIO PiKRMIV. 1 1 r. s A .i . Nntchitochf Mailirmalitj .V i.-(i f ••N " Cliil), Prainalii- C ' lul . " I ' mp iiirri Staff, Tcni i» ' jj. M Ki;l KIIK I ' OKIkK . M.inv ( iitnmmr SIXTY TWO THE • JUNIOR Favk Price, A 2 A Loganspnrt Englisli-Ltbrary Faii-llelleiiic. CJerai.dinf Robkris Shrcvfpoit Mallicmatics-Sdcncc Science Club, JiMiior Dramatic Club. Robert O. Rusca Natchitoches Music Orchestra, Glee Club, S A. K., String Quartet. Kemper Russell Grand Cane llomf Economics Euthenics, V. W. C. A. Allie Bervl Sandefur Montrose Commerce Fern Dell Selvidge .... Selina EtujUsli-Sfianisli S. A. K., Spanish Club, H. S. U., W. A. A., B. Y. P. U., Glee Club. Louise Sexton Minden Home Economics Y W. C. A. Cabinet, Euthenics Club, S. A. K., " Potpourri " Staff, Parliamentary Law Club, Freshman Commission. OuiDA Mae Shelton . . Mansfield Latin-En jlish Y. W. C. A., S. A K., Latin Club. Lydel Sims Natchitoches Encylis . ' -Social Science Glad s Sirmom Kaplan Encjlish-Frenclt Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, W. A. A., " Current Sauce " Staff, Junior Dramatics Club. EuLAVA Sledge Coushatta Commerce Octavo Sledge Coushatta Commerce CLASS SIXTY-THREE THE JUNIOR CLASS iJA Johnnie TAvxrt. O £ T . . Muiif I ' uriilr l.iilri, SiriiiK Quartet. (» ' • l " -tr Vivian C ' Mlii IisriN. i i. i.. A ' J ' U Nairhiiorhr .Mujif StriiiK Quariri, Dramatic Cluh, N ' rwman Club Cahinri, ()rrhr«lra. V. A. A., " C ' urrrnl Sauce, " Orchc«iv Wiiiu O ' N ' kAi Tow $eM), 111. Commfffe Bovce I 111(1 TlCKtf. 1 A I rrs illr l ' liy$i(al Eduialion W. A. A., . V. C. A.. H;iml, I)rtii..iirttr llul.. Kl IM TtiRNI.EV . Shrcvcport t.ntilith-Sotial Sdfncr Y. V. C. A.. C.lff Club. Hi I I Ml ■||l R . New Orleans En lish-Frrnfh French Circlr, W. A. A, Newman Club, Junior Dramatic Club. MiiiiKHi W ' xiKHt. n A K . (ilenmora P iysiral tiiutalion ' ire-Prc .itleiit V. A. A., ■i(•c-l rc illcnt Dfm nette Club, Orchciiis Club, Life S.ivinn C rp-, V. V. C. A., Delegate A. F. W •■■ - veniiiiii at Au ' tin, Texas ' n- 1 Ki. RM ' iv) KIT. Sulphur Spring . Irxa t.nt lis i-Sofitil Sfunif Fnclivh Club. M R llMfM W ' iMTBV . Ilarriwinville, MivMiuri ll ' imi hionomit s I ' urpir laiket Club Hi kidv (11 NfiBi oem. III ' IVRjddrr Kanil, (.iler Club, Orchestra, Men ' s Quartet. SIXTYFOUU OFFICERS William Charleville President Dudley Fulton Vice-President Jean Courtney Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. R. B. Williams Sponsor SOPHOMORES SIXTY-FIVE T H E SOPHOMORE CLASS V Eviivs- Anocuon, a 1 a . I rri illr Miuit iSlin Club Alui IUi«.v HIT Hrca.u BridRr hifliifi-Frfrndi •■ » ' " " " ' I ' • ••••111. I lurrxnt H«u«f ■ V A. A. Kr.ii. h Clrrlr. I ' «i. Hi-llvnli ' . Ji iiw I.. Haiim. a . Prrlxm: Pni ' llnnivniary l ir K) II Id I K . Commrrtf 8 A. K. Kaiik In Bm. II K 1 ( ' rr Llfftifnlary KnitllHh (-|iil . Nairhiiorhn Jofiivf K K l llornbcck KtnAirijarlrm Primary - K . W A A. V W C. A. KnRlliili riuli. lliKiifKi CiRAVKs KARVMr . Mindrn Malhrmalut-Phyii($ Cli-. I ' liili. V M A |i, i,.i,i,i; I ' nrlinmi ' iitury l iw riuli. ville M.ini;h3m Ki III I II I IAS Bi AIK Paris Arkansas Stalhentatics-St if nee Urnmnlli Club. H. S. f. Cauncll. •■Cum nt Kdurr " Si«fr. m lfKnti- to II. S. U. ••onveniloii. Kl III lilKIVt . |)lll()KKS BlIKIIIS Kindrrtjarlfn-Prtmaiy •. A . S A K hnfflii i-Prfiti i N ' inn»boro I ' l.iiirnvillc Kri ' inli Clnle, Kri-«hmiin ' i infiilMi|nn ' r V. A. A S. A K. DoRoiin Bravn . Nrw Orleans t.Htiliili-h ' orfigH Languagr HpiitilBh dull. Juiiliir Drnmniii ' liil . V A A MwisK Bri «. ' K Oil Ciiy Commrrif SIXTY-SIX THE SOPHOMORE • CLASS Runv Mae Brown, 9 2 T English-Social Science Natchitoches I.ovii; HROvvMNf; Friilt Home luononiirs S A. K.. V, W. ■ A.. V. A. A,. Euthenics ' liil . )U A -V- -- 5 - - Tkuman Evrforo ' CT . . . j, c:.xx t ' r- Rubberfen y f; Euthenids Club, Y. W. C. A. ■« i.-o -v 4, .3U| Fran Cardweli Archie Kindergarten-Primary S. A. K. Anna Carlson Arab! Kindei garten-Primary Newman C ' lul) EiiKlisli flub, S. A. K. Sue Carpenter, IT K 2 Kindergarten-Primary Bastrop Di ' monctte Club. Adenise Carrere Houma Kindergarten-Primary Lucille Castille, n K 2 Jennings Englisli-Frencli (ilee Club, Uinnialic Club. ran-Hellenic, Cheerleader, ' .H. Willie Chance Ganil Commerce Marie Champagne Breaux Bridge French Martha Chapron ' , n K 2 Baldwin Kindergarten-Primary Glee Club. Draniaiie Club, " Current Sauce. " Bill Charlevii.i e, 2 T P Many Pre-Lav) ■ I ' ootball, Tennis, Tra( U, I ' resident Sophomore, Sluilent CiMini il. SIXTYSEVSN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS m JoHv A. Chauvin En lith-Librarf (illWf C ' llRISTtAK-, MIT. KinJffijarifnl ' nmarj V A KnclUh L ' lub. Iloiima Gr avion I. II IMS CoHFN, o :; T C.ommerre noROTHV Con. A 1 A . KindngartfH I ' rimary KiiKllKh Club. Nafrhcz I.rc ville DORRIS CojE, A 1 .V I rr»villr Kncllnh I ' lub. MvkieOiif. Mcrryvillt Kin J frgarlrn- Primary a. A. K., v. V. (■ A.. W A A.. Encllah Club. CJi.vs- J. CoRi.EV Zwolle Fnnhnian lumnilwii r. V. M. C. A.. B. K. V. Counni. H„n.l. Orrh iitra. Srk ' iK-.. Club. JuANiTA Cortes Arabi Kindergartrn- Primary :i.-i- Club. ••Curri-nt .Xim. . • mntf. N. winnn (li.l., V. A A . KiiBllnh Club. Jk W Col KINKV, 1 1 i; Grand Cane I-nglish-lMlin S. rflnry Kr -Hhniaii Cla n. Frpnliman ConuiiiB iloni r. Birn-lnry Hopho- iiiori- CInjw. V. W. C. A.. S. A. K.. I llii Club. ■• ;urrpnl Snucir " sialT. 8(uili-iit Cuunc-ll CiK it ( ' KWVinRO I iin l ( KIIUDI K F ' a l Point I PP rr Fli-mrnlary Lalin-English 1 ull » I i-1 -Kii«i- I.I H s II Convi ' DlInn, K. I. S. Lalln Club KfMVX Pwis km Jtrgarirn- Primary Rncllnh Club. 8 A K. Inni SIXTY EIGHT THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Virginia Dawson, eST Homer Kinder y art rn-Primary Dianiatii- Cluli, V. W. ( ' . A., W. A. A.. Ficshnian noniinlssioiii r. Wren Dawson Monterey V ppcr Elemrnlary Marjorif dk I. a liRKiONNE, G 2 T, A 4 F Houma Mailiematics-Science Draniatii- Club. S. A. K.. W.A.A., Newman Club, Assistant Kditor " Current Sauce. " Peari. Denoux Donaldsoiiville Upper Elementary Newman Club. Kreshman Comniis.sionor. Ora Diez Brush Upper Elementary Newman Club, English Club. Dorothy Douci.aSj eST Commerce Fre.shman Commis.sioner, Commerce Club. Gilliam Maxine Dosher Leesville Commerce Commercial Club, W. A. A. Effie Droddy Leesville U ppcr Elementary S. A. K., Y. W. C. A., English Club. Anna Mae Edwards Baton Rouge Kinder garten-Pr ' nnary S. A. K.. W. A. A.. Y. V. C. A., English Club. Clara Ellender Home Economics Euthenics Club, Newman Club, W. A. A. Houma Arthur Ford, 2 T T Natchitoches Science-Mathematics Band, Orchestra. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Frankie Gandy Negreet Kindergarten-Primary E. L. S., English Club. Vif SIXTY-NINE THE SOPHOMORE CLASS l)ii«iiiii (iinROK . WrUh FrrKfh-Eiigliih ■■• " urrpiii Miuif " StiifT. • w lisii (;«iiv)s 11,11 Siimmii ' l tfr klfmrnlarj KiiKllxli t ' lub K I. M. V V. I- A. Kl . ( iK SMAM Aibnia Oiivr Criiiiv i|HI llw-iiv Ma. ' ifmalift-SfifHff ( ' aimmuic ' rM ' fliio. H A K Ituinf Lionomio KindrrgarlfH- Primary Hall nminldwiiivlllr N.AMii.ui 1 liil. ;i.i ' i-liili. KiiuIInIi i ' IuI . W A. A. S. A. K Ai Kf II XKKiss, A 1 A. II A I-: C.lit mitlry-lliology V. W r. A. W. A. A.. Rtlenrc Cluli. IT.TX nr»villf Hi Kill llxRKsfS ' i . Cnllin tnn ( ' t l fr EUmrnlary S. A. K. V W f A . W. A. A.. I •••nioii. -ll). Cluli ZdMA llxKi ' m . Hall Summii hnglish-hrittdi V V. C. A.. K I.. S.. Fniirh Clrcla 1 l l II KI, (t 1 T Ircf l.ommtrif i:. I. s., V w «-. A. |(iKi ll Ns . |iiiic»b«»ro Kindirgatli n-Hrimary ' I . 1 nil. X v . - X K . w. A X Mil l KI I) I ll I K XII XX Ikis iMiXlf KindrrparlfH-l ' rimary M ' ' •. XX ' " , A. h ' i It Jtrgarirn- Primary K. I. 8 l i-niiiiiftii- dull. Oni ' h.Ttfn PrQuincy SEVENTr THE • SOPHOMORE • CLASS Lloyd Knapp, 2 T r . Jena A griculture-Science Berna DINE LaCaze . Leesville Kindergarten-Primary English Clul). Y. V. C. A.. W. A. A.. S. A. K BoNNII : Lambricht . . Hutton Music S. A. K. Emma Lou Lassus, n K 2 . . Patterson English-Social Science English Clul). Eileen Latham, n K 2 Music Glee Club, Y. VV. C. A. . Mansfield Dorothy LeBlanc, 222 Smoke Bend Kinder gotten- Primary Freshman CoiTiniissioner, Newman Club. S. A. K., W a. a. J ETTA LeBlanc . . LeBlanc English-Library English Club. M. C. C. Elizabeth Leonard A 2 E . Shreveport Mathematics-Chemistry Science Club, " Current Sauce " Staff, Y. W. C. A.. W. A. A.. S. A. K. Meta Lewis, 02T Natalbany Physical Education B. S. II. Council, W. A. A. Cabinet, Y. W. C. A., Glee Club. •■Current Sauce " Staff, Dramatic Club Gladys Linzay, A2E Chenewille Upper Elementary Fanny Lou McClendon English-Social Science Transvlvaiiia dHm Doris McCrery, A 2 A Shreveport Physical Education SEVENTY-ONE T H E SOPHOMORE CLASS i ViRr:iNiA McKiNNFV . V V . A . V V s V K Mifulrn Ki.K Mu.i«. , 1 r r NauhiKKhf Mai ifmalia-SdtHfe Krcahiniiii I ' limmlBilonor, Olf» Club. V M c. A. Cttblnvl. (av viiv( Mkiiiian, i; i; i; . . KinJrrf arlfH-l ' rimaty Ncwtiian dull W A. A . «. A. K. JiVSSI MVKMVM) , ill. . . KinJfrgarhtt-l ' rtmaiy Kiiitllali Club. A.ldi llouma C. A. Martiv Sfirarr-Jgrifullurf Al l l HCII M(N)RK .... Kindirg iH, nrnmary l.oulnlanu " " lull, V. W iV A.. W. A. A. lUllh MflORK. HIT K in Ji-tf arlrn- Primary rtmiiiiitli ' i " lul ' . V W ' ■ W M..r.i Shrrvfport . n 1 U M t NUkim s I ( ' ■ ' ■ F.lfmrnlary Y. W. C. A. Kl l ARKTM MiDDI.FTON ' , . 1 A English-Library Nrwmiin ' lub, EnnllHh I ' luli 8. A K. Mil IIKM) Mil I I K Ml ' RIFI MlllfR .M KV MlM)RI t.nglish-FrfH(h French In I.-. V. V r. A. t.nglnli-Sodal Siiin f I ' iiiiiiinitaTx ' Club. S A. K K in Jrrgarlrn- Primary Vivian K.iplan Nfany -Shrrvcport Atlanta SbrfVfporl SEVENTY-TWO THE • SOPHOMORE CLASS Marv Morcam Greenville, Mi sis ippi English-Library Freiuh Circle. . W. C. A., W. A. A.. R. A. K. Marik Carmkn MisiRKiTA Donald oiu ille Upper Elementary Newman flub, lOnglish flub, E. L. S.. W. A. .A., ■•( ' uiicnt Kau i- " .SlalT, Parliamentary Law CUib. Laura Nimi.KS Cou hatta Home Economics LuRiK Nicholson Westewego Upper Elementary Nt ' wman Club, English Club, V. A. A.. S. A. K. Edris O ' Neai., eST Trees Kindergarten-Primary Marv Ellen Peterson Barksdale Field Kindergarten-Primary English Club. Y. W. C. A., S, A. K. Cleg Phillips Sterlington Englisli-Social Science Emma Nell Phillips Covington Upper Elementary Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. B. S. II., S. A. K., Parliam ntarv Club, Life Saving Corps June Pincki.ey Natchitoches Commerce RuBV Mae Pine Grayson English-Social Science SEVENTY-THREE T H E SOPHOMORE CLASS ] kf% ft - ' P I It I I S I ' l l.t llaiina Commrrtf . T. PooiK, O i T lliimrr Commrrcf l riitiiHlli ' I ' lub. -rurrfnt Kj-uc- " Blurr. V. W C A . W. A A . M " I ' lillMiurrl " 8(uir KiHH Asv I ' dkciii: English-Library K( (.MM I h I ' dUI-l I , II K Englith- Library (ilf- dull KnicliKh riuh y Ravvivft KinJrrf ari, n-f ' rimary Esi :i.ii-: Kn iMK Music Y W C. A.. M r. c. Sara Roxiii. II K 1 Musk (;iiM ( ' lull. .ICII I I RoBFUTSOV l ' t f rr Elfmrnlary M KIK RnBIKSON . KtndfrgarttH-Pnmary Mangham Grftna Marios Rkfvks, 111. liranintlr riiih. W. A. A.. V. V. C. A. Oak Grove Trrr Nfan«(irlii TiiiRa navnr i%-ille SEVENTY-FOUII THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Ei.i.A v. Ross Shreveport Upper Elementary DfiiKini ' ttc- Clul), (ileu Clul). Amanda Sacrera AMu-vil Engitsh-Lihrary Newman Club, " ( ' urrent Sauce " StafI ' , KiiKlish Cliili K. A. K. WooDROw Salter Florien Commerce Annie Lou Scoit Home Economics Euthenits Club, Y. W. C, A., S. A. K. Shreveport Jane Shell, IIKS Bastrop English-Latin Glee Club. ■Current Sauee " Staff, I atin f ' Uib. Ray Sibley Natchitoches Commerce Kathleen Skinner, A 2 A Kindergarten-Primary Louisiana Club. Shreveport Luew een Skinner Merryville Kindergarten-Primary English Club. Y. V. C. A., W. A. A.. S. A. K. Bernice E. Smith Olla Music Glee Club. Y. W. C. A.. E. L. S. Eowina Smith Coushatta Kindergarten-Primary E. L. S. k bEVENTYFIVE T H E SOPHOMORE CLASS J Mf% II. Smith Avstiir Sm AD K nt K I ' ttnunos MaiJii malin-Clumitlrf i ' .ommiTd I ' f ' Pt-r III mrniaty I l R Cl AlllF. TlS ) . 1 1 i Campli Cou«baila Zarhary N ' jirhilorhn MuiK Kri ' Nhiiiiin I ' miimlaMlonrr. llritientrii HliInK Kiiii ' nil li- Nrwmiin Club. Krviii-li t ' Irrip, " rurronl Bnuec " StufT itrrhmli linnpv Club. i ' t I W l KfR Mathfmatict-Sritme N ' iRciMV W ' lif IK)N, J i; K, A •!• r Vpff h-lfrnrnlary Vivian Monro l ' .iip..uri I M.ifT. •Ciirrtiii Kiim «• ' ■ Staff Imiki I ' li i lul . Ikis Wiison KinJf r Oil ' tfi- Primary Monrta Fravces WoffORD, A 2) K F r« Smith, Arkanus English-Frtndt Ki ' i-Khniiin CommliutlorKT. B. S. IV roum-ll. " Curn-nt Sauce " SImIT, fJItH« Club. Dratnallr Club. Mmii W ' imidwaro Baton Rntigr I ' PPrr EUmrniary I liW KII W ' kU.M IMkI w (liiri . I ' fff ElrmfHtary Hiiml. I..illn «Mul . V M " ' A Hcinila I ' ll Ann II VooRHirs. A 1 K . New Ibrria Commfti Pt mrv FiiToN. 1 T 1. A . Miilhrmatiii-Clirmnlry Kimlhiill. V M ' A. riml ' li ' lll-i ' lPvt N Club. ( " ampli srvENTr-six n Pll ■ = t irt f v • .• " OFFICERS James Austin . Edward Fuller IsoBEL Page . . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMEN SEVENTY-SEVEN THE FRESHMAN CLASS MAifiE Lal ' Ka Adams . Commtitt |) )RnillY Ad»s tii lufi-Soiial SdfHte OlCA Karkcttc . Kkxkri Ba m . EH Utli-l.ibraty I tt ' ' mi ntiify CASSIK BEAtBOEUF . v • i ) " Kittdxi ' imenl ' rimaTy " -- - EAZJtv . . -Vr ixiifA Mak Benoit Kindirtjartfn-I ' rimary J I AM I a MowmiiN I ' m main: BKXiivnRu ■ ■» ' F.Umentary Stir Iff-. Itfrifulluii llosxion Nairhiiochc Jam»s T. Alstik M «irihK«p n i I I SdriKf-.lyruullurf PrrMiicni Freshman Clasi, Jark»on Sulphur Alrxandria ' ivinn II.IN» AbWrvillf Miiulrli I ' airkiv HiRKt . . Nrw Ibrrla t.rii lis i-Sodal Stimif Scrrclary junior Dr.iinalir Club. Nr«ni.iii Ciul . Am Ki III Hlkss ila iir villr A :. A Kindfri arlfHi ' fimiiry SEVENTY-EIGH1 THE FRESHMAN CLASS RusiMA Mae Buichkr Oakdalc French-English Virginia Coushatta English-Library Mamie Helen Cain . Opelousas Kindergarien-Primary Effie Carlisle East Point Kindergarten-Primary Evelyn Chatlain Mansura Commerce Ione Chauvin Houina Music Newman Club Cabinet. Richard Clanton Coushatta Commerce Mary Corlev Alexandria Upper Elementary Crochet Baldwin Kindergarten-Primary Josephine Curry Columbia Commerce X ' eronica Dauenhauer ..... Gretna Upper Elementary Earline DeMoss Plain Dealing Malhem tics-Science . 1 y U SEVtNTY-NINE THE FRESH MAN CLASS UlOikA. Etta PiWitt . . . Alexandria KutJfr atUnl ' nmaiy Miirfa, I ' rxas Ai UirisoonT . e 1 T An Smvi. I. lev |)o F . tnijtii i Library (t| IK M Vf DlNCAV . Home Etottomiii M WIS l)i V V Sitfnte-.lgruulture lUxKRIV DUPUY Cum v a. I)i rio KiriJrr oar ten- Primary Dki.ik FlSlltR Enritiili-Sodal Sarnif Home F.dtnnmiii Wwsn NUkik I ' i. avoirs I.Ai R V IiniRVOV Lalin-Engitsli KiHtirrgarlfn-l ' rimtiiy I MfRKSA FolRNfl Commrrff I.IIH (i % RI» Crow lev Alexandria Greenwood Adeline Arii.iinK lllr Krjichie Manvfirld (irrrn viK « ' AnKill.! I.onRMreel llomf hioHomici EIGHTT THE • FRESHMAJ Erie Mae Gardner Sulphur Upper Elementary Ethel Gerolamo Kenner Kindergarten-Primary NiLDA Glanton Eros Kindergarten-Primary Lois Goi.son Mer Rouge Upper Elementary Rogenia Green . Newellton Home Economics Floramye Gremillion Home Economics Newman Club. Mansura Q. Q. Gremillion Alexandria Kindergarten-Primary Charles Guardia Natchitoches Art Harriet Hall New Iberia English-Social Science Eleanor Harp Arcadia Commerce Alice Haitv Westwego Kindergarten-Primary Clara Louise Havard Flora A 2 E Home Economics I .- ' J EIGHTY-ONE ■ ' H E • FRESHMAN Oiiu. ILwcnni) CLASS Shrcveport KmJfifaritH-Primaty X ' m M y Hii.iKiv . Sclma Commenf lot IS» lllMMM . I ' orl Allrn Homr EfOHomid I ll l 1 1 llosiMLlT Nalrhitorhn English-Soiial Sfifnc ( ' K ( 1 r n 1 1 1 1 •• I .1 I ' larr Sfirnff ( " iRMII IlK)M . Robe line Frrntfi Hhl ' I.AII jACKSnv . Man firld Commftd r-vCt -u—U- c -- _,,..,g L M ' - 1 l Ufffrifs . Villc Platte Musu Jfav Johnson r.i liirlmMi i ' ' Prr Elrmfiitaty S. A. K. Mfl IlKII) I ( ' f . ( I ' liiiirrvillr C.ommi tl,■ tn w w A . Siilpliur If- I ' ll Himiniaiy KiniSF 1 ANiiifK . Alexandria Commrrtf EIGHTY-TWO THE • FRESHMAN GwF.NDOi.vN Lavender Kinderyar ten-Primary DeQuincy Doris Lewis H:inn:i K in Jcrt ar ten- Primary Carl Long Trees Commerce Louise Lucky Saline Enr lis i-Lihrary HazelMcGhee Ville Platte ff ' . ) Home Economics FayeMargye McflS SH 7 A-. upper Elementary vX(Y Floriene McIntvre . Baton Rouge Kinderyarten-Piimary Thyra Mabrv Bernice English-Social Science Doris M. Major Kilbouine Upper Elementary Pauline Martin Alexandria Mathematics-Science Mathilde Meyer Marrero Upper Elementary Eleanor Miller Vel h Music EIGHTY-THREE R E S H M A N CLASS il ' i H Hi wciu Mil in Mizci.i V ' PpfT Eltrntntrnty H iiii MosinnkiiRv I I I II. F MOKKIS . Catherine Mount Ki Bv Neei.v C.Qmmttff O 1 T ppir t.lrmrntary llomr l.fonomid llonif hfonomifl C VKKII HdS vf N ' t wn I Commffir Will A Mai. NtwMAN llomr Efonomifs y ,. Pace rris 1. I I l ABETII PARROrr ( ' ommfii ' Opai Parrv Jl NE PeREIRA CORINVE Pllll I ll ' N I ' PPir Elfmfitlary Mal ifmaiict-SfUHff I ppr ' hlrmrniary KinJfK arun I ' timiiry ForrM llil rtrnion Ncwrllion Jonetville Cirand Bayou Nrxvclllon I.rrsvillc M..|if..r rhcnrvvillf I port Rarrland Nrwrllton EIGHTY-FOUR THE FRESHMAN CLASS Ei.izABKTn Pun. I. IPS . Gleiimora Special Vera Pink Jonesbom Kiiutirff alien- Primary Ruth Russei.i Winnfield Pre-Medical Opal Ryi.and Alexandria Vpper Elementary EIGHTY-FIVE THE FRESHMAN CLASS DoKo-nir San-dcki ii MnniroK I ' fffr EUmfMtarj MllDREI) SKAII Ilomf F.fonemui Vidalia . Nrw Orlfan KinJrTgarifm-Primtrf DliKU SlIEI.I. . . Wiiinfifld Ilomf Ffonomid l ' iiKniii SiiKi I Ml HI IKI • W ' li III Kv Si AiK ' Aki is SMini CokWk Smiiii Ilomf hcontmiti Mal ifmalin-SdfUff rii ulturf Englith-l.thrary Kin,l,rQiiTlfn-l ' rimarf lihKAi ni K I. Smiiii P iyiiffil F.Aufftiion l iiKi 1 )M Iliimr Frnnnmifl liiniiir Pr;iin.ilir Club. Kn s SUPllfSS . RflSXI t lAI HOT . Fi vif SioniAKi KindfTgarlfH-PrimaTf Engltsh-I.ihrary I. nijlis i I ihrai y Winnfirld Winnficld SprinKhill Shreveport (IloMff Sflma New Iberia Ovcnon, Tex« Napitlmnvillr Coii«halfa EIGHTY-SIX THE . ;:. ' F R E S H M A y " CLASS Verna Mak ' I ' ai.boi Houmn Kindergarten-Primai y NoRPHi.Ki Tan i:hii,i Winnfieki Kindrrfjartin- Primary Frances Tavi.or Hayncsville Kinder (fartfn- Primary Donald Turner VVinnficlil Pre-Medi(al Wesley Vaughan Haynesville Mathematics- Chemistry Alton Wagley Many Science-Agriculture Lloyd Warner Natch tocH ts f English-Social Science Vaunita Wascom Rogalusa English-Library Sallie Waits Leesville Upper Elementary Elizabeth White Greenwood English-Social Science Mary D. White • Winnfieki Home Economics La Verne Whuener Goldonna Home Economics Frances Williams Mansfield Home Economics tIGHTY-SEVEN n E E OflkLelL cs »iiiMi ii i ii nifMiTO i mMnr H wriT i ii i t inrTriTffi mm i wmri frnrrTntvTiiw ' fT iTnrTTifi ' tTO " r " ' " ' ™ WEARERS O F T H E W. J. DODD President Harry Turpin Hon. Vice-President Francis Wimberly Vice-President E. B. Robert Hon. Vice-President Leroy S. Miller Secretary-Treasurer Rivers Neson Hon. Vice-President J. W. Webb Hon. Vice-President Coach H. L. Prather Hon. Member A. L. DUCOURNAU Hon. Vice-President Dr. C. C. Stroud Hon. Member Dudley Fulton Merrill Gallion Charles Granier George Heard Gaiennie Hyams Murray Lambre John LeTard Faze Mahfouz Jack Maxey Buddy Maxwell Edgerton Pierson Billy Baucum Felix Berthlot Elton Bordelon Jesse Boucher LoY Camp Bill Charleville Jack Clayton Earnest Doughty Dick Dupree Frank Fletcher Henry Pierson Anthony Porter Duke Porter John Rickey Fred Rowzee c. e. tullos WOODROW TuLLOS Woodrow Turner William Ward Tom Webb Dauris Whittington Lawerence Young r r I n c r ATHLETICS A S tlu " l ' ' 33 season drnws ro a close, it is htting that tribute be paid to Coaches Pra- ther, Turpin, and Nesom for the work they have done in producing consistently winning teams in the four major sports of basketball, football, track, and tcnn s. In 1950, the Demons emerged as champions of the Little Four in football, runner-up to Centenary in the S. I. A. A. basketball tournament, run- ner-up to L. S. U. at the Southwestern Relay Carnival, and runner-up to Louisiana Tech at the District S. L A. A. Track and Field meet. The Demons rep)eated as champions of the Little Four in 1932, and were no: scored on by any of the Little Four oppon- ents. They finished in third place at the S. L A. A. basketball tournament and were again second to Louisiana Tech a: the Dis- trict Track and Field meet. On the football field. Coach Prather ' s teams have been con- sistent winners. Coach Turpin has produced record-smashing dash men and relay teams on the cinder path, and the basketball teams have been in the championship class every season. On the courts the Demon racquet-wield- ers have made a splendid record. They have NINtTr-T«VO AT NORMAL defeated every team in the Little Four in dual matches in the past three seasons. Each year, Normal sends her graduates into the state to teach the same type of clean play and hard fighting ball that they are taught in athletics here. Normal alumni who coach in the state have made splendid rec- ords. Happy Cornish, whose Bossier Bear- cats went to the finals for the North Louisi- ana championship, and Joe Mount, who coached his Dubach team to the finals in ' ' B " class, are examples of the splendid men sent into the state by Normal ' s athletic coaches. Under the leadership of Mrs. Kyser and Miss Henry, Women ' s Athletics have stead- ily increased as an important part of the ath- letic program at Normal. An annual inter- class basketball tournament is held, also a track meet. The women have each year placed strong representative teams on the ten- nis courts, and interest among the women stu- dents has steadily increased. The men leaving this year join with those already in the Alumni and with Normal stu- dents and faculty in wishing the coaches and their men the best of success in the future. TURPIN NINETY-THREE cX . Jt aUc cu xzt ' iz THE FOOTB With a record of five wins, three de- feats, and one tie, the Demons closed another successful season on the grid- iron. Normal-Centenary — Opening the season against one of the nation ' s most powerful teams, the Demons gave a good account of themselves by holding the Gents to an 18-0 score. Normal-East Texas Teachers — The Demons and the Yellow Jackets fought to a scoreless tie in a sensational game. The advantage in first downs went to the Demons by the count of 8 to 5. The East Texas Teachers emerged as win- ners of the T. I. A. A. championship. Normai -Delta Teachers — The boys from Mississippi were trampled by tb.e Demons who showed themselves to be ;. great offensive team, rolling up 43 points, while the Delta aggregation could onlv number six. Normal-Louisiana College — Playing on a muddv field, the Demons combined a strong running attack with passing to defeat the Cats, 25 to 0. Normal-Lon Morris — A fighting group of Texans threw a scare into the locals who managed to beat them, 19 to 8, after one of the hardest struggles of the season. ALL SEASON Normal-Tech — Doped to defeat Tech by two or three touchdowns, the De- mons suffered their second loss of the season. The Demons out-gained the Bulldogs, but couldn ' t advance when they hit pay-dirt, so Tech emerged on the long end of a 6 to count. Normal-Stephen F. Austin — Smart- ing from the defeat handed them by Louisiana Tech the week before, the Demons ran rough-shod over the Lum- berjacks and defeated them, 39 to 0. Normal - Mississippi Teachers — Doped to lose their game, the Demons out-charged and outfought the Hatties- burg collegians to defeat them, 12 to 0. Normal-Southwestern — Minus the services of Hyams, a handicapped Nor- mal eleven fought back the charges of the best team to ever represent S. L. L Fumbles and failure of the offen- sive running plays to click cost Nor- mal the game. T ' he third loss of the season was suffered by the count of 10 to 2. « The Demon circles the BuUdo ' i cud Gai 1 ION For the second consecutive vear Merrill received honorable mention for the All S. I. A. A. team and he reallv deserved it. A big powerful tackle who knows the game and plays it. Mahfouz — Five feet four and one-half inches of blocking machinery. He was poison to a tackle or end and did a good job of running the team from the quarterback berth. PoRTFR — Although injuries kept him out of play during the early part of the season, he finished strong, playing one of the best games any lineman ever played in the Turkey Day game against Southwestern. Heard — A big, hard running back who also shared the kicking and passing assignments. He played the game for all it was worth and will be back again smashing lines next season. NINETY IX T ie Bulldog is stopped at the line of scrimmage Lambre came through this year to cinch a place on the starting line-up although handicapped by an injury sustained in the season of ' 32. He played a steady consistent game at end and very few teams were able to send a play around this boy. Baucum — Snakehips showed good judgment when called upon to direct the team. Possessing plenty of football sense and a good passer, we expect to see much of him in ' 34. Boucher — What he lacked in weight he made up for in fighting ability and stamina. The most con- scientious man on the team, he played a slashing type of end and played it well. Camp — Coach Curtis Parker of Centenary said that Camp was All-American the day the Demon met the Gents. An accurate snapper back, one of the greatest defensive centers Normal has ever had, he was rarely out of play. NINETY-SEVEN i Heard f cts off a nice one Ward — He lived up to his reputation made in prep school as a member of the championship Havncsvillc team. An aggressive guard, and ex- cellent interferer, Willie enjoyed a great season. { Whittington — The " Toy Bulldog " is exceeding- ly fast for his size, is a good blocker and should be a valuable man to fill in the gaps left by graduation. WiMBERLY — Doaky Wimberly was a " Jack of all positions " yet the master of anv assignment. Possessing what coaches term " football sense. ' he was rarely out of a play, and on several occasions he found added to his own responsibilities those of the entire team as Coach had nampd him captain. (WiinlxTly edited this ication ot tlic Potpourri and is responsible for everything Herein except me above.) — W. J. Dond ormal ' s football Hall runpirg back who could also " Ihe mist of them. His play was nal ind he was good enough lean Gtisler ' s end for thirteen NINE1Y-EIGHT Southwestern kicks off y Fulton — Dudley who didn ' t know what a foot- ball was until he came to Normal, developed into a consistent hard charging player. He was used at both tackle and guard and should find a regular berth in ' 34. Fletcher — This " rabbit-back " could really circle an end. Fast and shifty he should be hard to handle next fall. f Charleville — Bill came through to make good his first year on the varsity. He was a hard-charg- ing end and the best pass receiver on the team. Clayton — Jack was another Sophomore back to make good his first year up. His best work was on the defense. We will be looking at you next year, Jack. NINETY-NIN6 » " S i " i 7 j regular line-up LeTard — Johnnie served his first and last year on the varsity. A product of Southeastern, he showed up well as a defensive end. We regret that he doesn ' t have another year. 7 Turner — This little man substituting for Camp proved that a good little man is a good man. and won the coveted " N " — an award that he really deserved. Maxey — A big fellow who proved himself to be a capable guard. With a little more experience. Jack should develop into a good man. 7 RowzEE — Fred was handicapped by a shoulder injury, but when in good physical shape, he proved himself to be a good line smasher. With the injury jin.x permitting, he should be a good running back next fall. ONE HUNDRED Between the halves Young — Lawrence came through in his last year as one of the most reUable men on the squad. His best work was done on the defensive and we all regret that this was his last year. Maxwell — A conscientious hard working player who blocked and ran with the best of them. He is one of the best pass defense men Coach has ever had. ONE HUNDRED ONE FROSH SQUAD The 1933 edition of Coach " Rags " Turpin and his assistant, Rivers Nesom, of the Normal Imp football team was one of the best to ever perform on the Demon field. Coaches Turpin and Nesom introduced the famous " Jones Shift " to Normal, and the Freshmen, before the end of the season, were moulded into a smooth working combina- tion. Their season was successful from the standpoint of games won and lost. The Imps defeated the Louisiana College, 13 to 0, and Louisiana Tech, 20 to 0. In one of the most sensational games played this year the Imps and Southwestern Bullpups battled to a 20-20 tie. They were defeated bv the Junior Gents of Centenary, 13-6. From the squad comes a collection of potential indi- vidual stars, including: Vaughn, Slack, Jackson, Covie, Hilburn. and Hcbert, linemen; and Domingue, Piazzo, Moss, and Bankston, backs. Caldwell, pony backfield man, also showed to be a varsity man in the making. Ne.xt vear, Coach " Rags " Turpin moves up to the posi- tion as varsity mentor with Coach Prarhcr, and Coach Neson will succeed him as the Frosh tutor. 1 NESOM • • ONE HUNDRED TWO arsL ■i LI » » BASKETBALL V OACH PRATHER ' S Demon five ended the 1933-34 basketball season with a record of thirteen wins and ten losses. The conference standing at the end of the regular season was nine wins and six losses. The Normal five was again invited to represent their district at the S. I. A. A. tournament held in Jackson, Mississippi. The first game was lost by the score of 43-41 to Berea College of Kentucky. Berea advanced to the finals and lost a close game to Western Kentucky Teachers. Coach Prather was faced from the beginning of the season with the problem of finding the best combination in a large squad. It was not until near the middle of the season that he was able to make this selection, and from that time on the team was handicapped by injuries. Perkins and Doughty both were lost to the team for about two weeks near the end of the season. It would be unjust to both the coach and members of their team to say that it fell below the average Normal quintet. Injuries, too much material making it difficult to find the best combination, and other things attributed to many of the losses. The team was a question which was never answered during the en- tire season. The men playing regularly were good in their respective positions and had it not have been for injuries their team of 1933-34 might have gone down in Normal ' s athletic history as one of its greatest. ONE HUNDRED THREE THE VARSITY Doughty — " Pug " lived up to his record m high school where he made the all-American team as a member of the Jena Giants. En- joying his best season since he came to Nor- mal, the big center was a consistent scorer and the best floor man on the team. Pete Tullos— Twice selected on the all S. I. A. A. team, Tullos ended his career at Normal as one of the l- est all-round basket- ball men to ever play for the IX-mons. He was the best scoring player on the team, pos- sessing a wonderful eye for the basket. He was Coach Prather ' s choice for captain in many of the games. r- Balcom IH TKft V. 1 11 1 OS Pr RKiNS--A!though h.mdicappcd by injuries for the last half of the season. Bill was a great asset to the team. He enjoyed play- ing the game and gave everything when he was on the floor. He was good at sink- ing long shots and an excellent defensive forward. When the roll is called for bas- ketball men nc. t year. Bill will be missed greatly. ONE HUNDRED FOUR BASKETBALL Baucum — The only sophomore on the club to make good his first year up. " Snaky " proved that he was a good defensive man and helped the team ' s offense by sinking long ones. He has two more years and should develop into a great guard. DuPREE — Dick saw service as a regular guard along with Baucum and was the only Junior to make good on the varsity. A hard worker, he hustled every minute he was in the game and he was seldom out of it. He will be back next year to help with the building of the 1934-35 team. Doughty P. TULLOS Pfrkixs Elmo Tullos — Serving as an understudy for Doughty at center the youngest of the three Tullos brothers proved that he will be a valuable asset to Coach Prather ' s 1934-35 edition of Demon basketeers. {Editor ' s Note: No picture made.) WooDROw Tullos — Finishing his last sea- son on the hardwood court, " Little-One " en- joyed his best year with the Demons. Serv- ing as a forward and a capable understudy for his brother and Perkinsj the smallest of the Tullos boys was one of the best hustlers and the most conscientious player on the squad. ONt HUNDRED FIVE BORDELOV, CllAm.EVII.I.f. II. PlKKS t , I " . PimSON ' THE TENNIS RACKET The 1933 Racquet Wielders of Normal met and defeated the strong Centenary Clay Court Champions, seven matches to one. The Demons then dropped a close decision to the Louisiana College Wild- cats, four to three. These same Wildcats were saved a " furring " sev- eral weeks later when the Pierson Twins were halted by rain after they had won three straight matches from these well-known " meows " . The prospects for 1934 are extremely bright and Coach " Rags " Turpin has scheduled several matches, both on the home courts and away. He is pinning his hopes on the experience and ability of four veterans who were left from last year ' s crack squad. They are Henry Pierson, Edgerton Pierson, Elton Bordelon, and Rill Charleville. New- comers who show promise are Kier Maddox, Malcolm McLean, Leon Fontenot and Johnnie Lctard. ON( HUNOREP SIX . Seward Johnson Mm. I IK TRACK Although handicapped by the loss of Cook, the S. I. A. A. Conference dash champion, Coach " Rags " Turpin ' s 1933 edition of cinder path performers for Nor- mal turned in a creditable record. The first meet of the season scheduled at Nacogdoches, Texas, where the Demons were to meet the S. F. A. Lumberjacks, was rained out. Against the Bulldogs of S. L. I., the Demon spikemen managed to win a close meet, 62-58, the mile relay deciding the meet. Heard, who ran the quarter, half-mile and served as the anchor man of the relay team, along with Sew- ard and Miller, were the outstanding performers against the Bulldogs. Against Louisiana Polytech, the Demons ran into stiffer competition when the Canines from Ruston took the Demons in o camp in their own backyard. Heard ClIESIIlRE MllIlK ONE HUNDRED SEVEN Skvvard Berth LOT RlCKEY Gran-ier In this meet, Seward set a local record in the javelin throw, tossing the stick 182 feet, 6 inches. The L. P. I. spikem:rn went on to cop the district meet at Pine- ville. In the district meet, the Demons finis Sed second, with L. P. I. taking first place. The relay team for which Normal has always been noted again repeated as a winner. Outstanding performers for the season were: Granier, mile and two-mile; Sew- ard, javelin, 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash and mile relay; Heard, 440-vard dash, 880-yard dash, mile and relay; Rickey, pole vault, high jump; Miller, 440-yard dash, 220-vard dash and relay. The mil " " rclav team was composed of Seward, Mil- ler, Heard, with Cheshire, Boucher, and Webb as alternates. The Frosh team sends up promising material in Rowzee, Hoyt, Charleville, and Fletcher. hrnnt rov;: Skward, Willis. Wfbb, IIvams. Yoi nc, Ukard, I ' .AiMfR Sfiond rov:: (iRAsihR. Pkrkin , Itrtik rou: (MrsHIRE. IVlXIV. BfRTMIOI. WllHBERIV. JoHNSON. BARTON. Kk KM . llf7CIIER, HoLCMER. ONE HUNDRED EIGHT WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Women ' s Athletic Association is an organization which has for its purpose the development of the phys- ical side of the Normal girl. All standard games are learned, played and appreciated by the members of this group. The competition afforded by the great number of contestants is not overshadowed by the will to win, it is, on the other hand, subservient to the desire to let all compete and develop to their own individual limits. Many of the best girl athletes are members of the Physical Education department, but the membership in the Women ' s Athletic Association is limited to no one organization or cur- riculum. il . 0 - " ' . : ONE HUNDRED NINE 1. This IS no dare of Cu- piJs . 2. Rrady for competition. ). A set without sitting. 4. The world ' s serious. • . May West? 6. Half dozen r.iw. 7. Look out. hubby, she sails a wicked dish. 8. Tuck in a peaceful pose. 9. And what have you? 10. The other half. !4 5 Jtf M nmmsif U : - j 5 L. .M ' 4 1. How tales get started. 2. Not bad ? 3. A queen but no king. 4. How did you do it, Mr. Photographer? 5. Gems of the gym. 6. Sunburned Sam. 7. Look out, record. 8. Just before the main event. y WOMAN ' S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL McIntosh, Price, Pagf; Pine, Lovveky, Aaro , McD.AnE, Tanne: ' . ]5 1)CN, MUKKAV, TOVVNSEM), A l)EKiON ' , JOHNbOX, CASTILLE Pri-sldcnt Valerie IVIcIxtosh I ' icc-Frcsiilcut F.AVE Price Treasurer Recordiiuj Secretary .... Irkxe Ivey Page (jorresponding Secretary .... Myrtle Pixe . . . Dorothy Lowrey Delta Sigma Epsilon Dorothy Lowrey Fr.axcis Aaron Dorothy L ' Herisson Sigma Sigma Sigma Valerie McIxtosh Willie O ' Neal Towxsexd Olive Mi rry Theta Sigma Upsilon MYRTLE PiXE JoHxxiE H. Taxxer Alice Baix)X Pi Kappa Sigma Irexe Ivy Page Emily McDade Lucille Castille Alpha Sigma Alpha Faye Price EVELYX AXDERSOX Ola Johxson Pan-Hellenic Council Composed of the president and two rcpresLMita ' ives frciii each .sorority; directs all the .sorority acti iti;s especially with reference to rushing and the relation of the sororities to each other. ONfc HUNDRED FIFTEEN DELTA SIGMA EPSILON i.i s i mT Aakov, r KRnii, Cnnn, ( , IIaii, llAssts H W AKI , J() :S, I.XSSillR, 1,F CiKNDKK, I.KOVAKI), l.OWREY MlC ' on, Nh.son. °(hikiiiis, ■|| |M , WoiinKi) PHI CHAPTliR Fuuiuk-il at Miami I ni iTsity. () fonl, Ohio, I )I4 F.sltihlishiit lit L. S. S . ( ' .. in i(jj6 Fratres in Facultate .Miss (ilORCIM lilCKKS l-R AM I S A R(IN Anna C rri tm M Rr. Ri 1 1 1 s() DdRoTHN LoWRhV Class of 1934 DoROTUN 1,1 ( ii vuki Class of 193 Mil liRI II C ' oltll Ml Kl |() I S III (»R (Irav k■0 Mar Ingrii) Nei.m» K I iiKiM Mri s Aw I- 1 v K TMR Hrown C ' l iMr MINI ( Irimmiion II ARRri I I I Ml. Class of 1936 Kl.l .MIITM I.lllNARI) DoROTin I. ' lllRRIS l ( il. MAS I.INDSI i - Class of 1937 MiMRVA IIaRI ' IR Cl.ARA Loi ISK HaVARI) El.IZABKTII ' ( RIIIES VlRCIM ' iii;aih) Framis Hii Ki.r)isi F.AssniR DoRoTin Sl GI.ET(»N ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Bl ' tlek, Courtney, Henry, LeBland, McIktosh, Maillian MuRY, REiJVES, Ramirez, Rogers, Tison, C, Tison, L. C. ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Founded at Virginia State Teacher ' s College, Farmville, Virginia, i8g8. Established at L. S. N. C. in 1927 Fratres in Facultate AIiss CoRiNXE Statler AIrs. R. B. Williams Thelma Henry Class of 1934 Alexe Holland Velma Wall Class of 1935 Ruth Lee Valerie McIntosh Ethyl MESTA er Olive Mury Camilla Tison Willie O ' Neal Townsend Katherin ' e Wilson- Jean Courtney Dorothy Le Blanc Jeanne Marmande Class of 1936 Genevive IVIillian IVIargaret Parker Barbara Porter Frances Ruth Prather Marion Reeves Laura Claire Tison Class of 1937 Lucille Boyd Dell Fisher Frances Houston Rose.mar Payne Virginia Butler Hvlda Hickman Valeen Kelly Sophie Ramorez Mary Nell Doss Thelma Hickman Etta Lee McKinnf - Audie AL e Rogers Anna Louise Wilson ONE HUNDRED SEVENTEEN n THETA SIGMA UPSIL.ON H i)ov. Hauxkitk, Krkmkx, Hkowa, ( ' isrisiiw, Coiikv, P. ( " niiKv, l... Vnpy, D.wvsov, Ilk K iK)Kr, Pokk, Harp, Huvkvci rr l.Kwis, M(K RK. Morris O ' N ' kai.. ' t, Roiii s«)v, Iavnkr Watson, White KAPPA CHAPTER FouiuictI at Kan a;. Staff ' IVaclu ' r ' s L ' (»lli-j:c. Kiiipuria, Kansas, i )2o F.ytahHshul lit I.. vS " . .V. ( ' .. in njjS Fratres in Facultate Miss Hdi ' i H i i-t Class of 1934 Kruir. Williams Kl I I C ' ol ' K .M R I I I I ' l I jdiiwii n. Taw I R M rcari;t W ' atsdv Kathfrint Hrlmir DoRoTiiv Com V Class of 1933 M XRJORIi: l)i; LA HrI TO M iiARRiirr SiTToN Class of 1936 .Niin |{aik) I.u.ii w Otiii n N ' I) si) MftaI.inms Ri itv Mai: Hrowv (]r ci: Christian DoRoiin Dnic.ivs l?i i.i i Mouki Kdris O ' Nhal RihvMm Tim F. i.l T. I ' mnr Class of 1937 Oir.A llARsirrK Smiii. I.i i Dori Kllamir H ari ' I- i i k i Mokkis Alma OL LMHtRK ( )l . M l(Iarrhts Kssil Nii.i. Il(l c•ln Corinm: Phillii-s Catiiirim Riikinsun Ki.i akitii Wiihl ONE HUNONbD EIGHU£N • Bell, Carpkxti-.r, Casiilli;, CiMAPKOV, Ckocuet, Duply, Cjolson ' HiNKLE, Lafargue, Latham, McDade, Martin " , Montgomerv Page, Isobel; Page, Irene; Perot, RiciiaIvD, Roach, Shell ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER Founded at State Teacher ' s College, Ypsilanti, Alichigan, 1X94 Established at L. S. N. C. hi 1928 Fratres in Facultate Mrs. George Williamson Irene Ivey Page Class of 1934 Eugenia Sweeney Class of 1935 V ' iRGINIA HiNKLE EmILY McDauE OpAL PeROT Yvonne Richard Gretchen Ortme er Katie Len Bell Sue Carpenter Lucille Castille Martha Chapron Evelyn Fields Melba Crochet Beverly Dlpuy Lois Golson Class of 1936 Shirley Jamison EiMMA Lou Lassus Eileen Latham Anne Pender Class of 1937 Clara Sue Hicks Irene Lafargue Esther Anna Levy Elizabeth Pender Sara Roach Jane Shell Gretchen Talbot Marie Louise Turregano Pal LINE Martin BoBR Montgomery Isobel Page ONE HUNDRED NINETEEN 4- ■.KF.Jti ri ' i ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Mary F. C rroi.i, •Anna Mm Dwimmrt F ' rnestim II rris(i BiKvs; C ' xKKoii, I., rxKROi.L, M. K.; tnii. I cpm%; l , Uiikoimv; nWKVPOKl. Fl.AMIKKS, IIAKKINS, IlATIinRSK, ll(l HVMIR, |()IIVSf)V JoNKs, J() i:r. McCkkory. Middifiwv, Pack Pkicf. Ricks SkIVVKR, SiANDI.KV, TlCKKR, WiniMR PSI PSI CHAPTER I-nimdal :it State ' I " i-;uIut ' «. C(»llc;;i-. Fariin illc, ' ir;;inia. i n i Estc.hlhhiil tit L. S. .V. (.. in nj jo Fratres in Facultate Miss Miriam Nii.kkv Class of 1934 A .ii.i Hatiiorv Ol.A |()1I S() Sara |(i i:r Wil.MA Pali RiTM Ricks I)(tR(»Tnv Standi. rN F " i.o.ssiE Carroll Favi-: Prick Fvi-LVN Anih RSOV Doris Coi.i: Class of 1935 FrWCIS CaRRoI.I. .|lM HoKII ' AllR Mll.DR FD JoN ES I.ODI Tl CKI R MaDIIIM WiII.IXMS Class of 1936 Dorothy Coi.i, Fi.i ahitii Midiu.i mv k i in 1 1 Skiwer Aim l| Kki s Doris McCRlllR e " rrii V. Smith Class of 1937 RithHirvs Oil II ll (■.tM)l) Wii.i.aMai Niwmw I.wirm Whumr Miwii. MiRLi: Fi.vM ' i us R(.s iii JOHNSON- Or i. Parry M rv C. »oi»y ard l i III Mansixglr Ms ktis Sexton ONE HUNDRED TWENTY SIGMA TAU G WMX ' " - " ' [eff Adam s Elton Bordelon Aubrey Ballard LoY Camp Earnest Doughty WiLLLAM ChARLEVILLE Arthur Ford George Walker James Austin James Bradford Mason Dunn Dudley Fulton James Grey Class of igss Carlie Floyd Freeman Jones Roy Green William Jones Raymond Hayden William Kelly Orville Hanchey Jack Maxie George Heard William Palmer Burton Youngblood Class of 1936 Lloyd Knapp Charlie Meadows Boyd Woodard Kier Maddox Sam Miller Pledges Charles Hebert Jack Honeycutt Malcolm McClean John LeTard Stoner Moss Jack Phillips Edgerton Pierson Other Sober David Willett ' ILLIAM Wright Obie Scott Dale Tinsley Sam Whitner Wii.BURN Slack Jack Small Wesley ' aughan Rufus Walker Marvin Wyatt ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE . u. LAMBDA ZETA IIevrv DkKi.ieix Hertzoc nKKlJKl X Will It IIOXKV AllKV I.Fk Ki) Rickhts i ' Ains of i J4 KimAKI) CiKHO (i.MKSMK ll . M$ lll-.VK M. Ih M lil) I.fK (Atiis of v.v ' J (il.VV I.II.V RxpMin. Tkaoi.f. I. WVRFNCK Ol t; JmiN KllK I) VI I s W ' ll I I VMS Jl I IW lUll KS Frank I ' i ciciim KvFKFrr ( " nKijov (Ansi of I ij ;6 i H V. (;i ss S M Hicks SXM tl! IKFI I A Ji)! f pii Mrrciifi I MmcFK Sffii I IIaroi.o I ' assiv S M Aaron IIaroii) AiiiKiis HLIIDX HRANIII-Nlf. Rf. !{ii.i. 1 omim;i : (Uins of V.I 7 IUnnik Di prfk II RUMt (i(M)li!t(IN W. 1). II (:kv (h)ii j MiN IIiAini ( (aki I.onc I ' m I I ' lAZ n I n Is Km f X ONE HUNDRED TWENTY TWO DE LA Hrtionne, Dodd, Winn, Pine Odom, Le Blanc, Kerr, Wheadon, Ropp NATIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Founded at Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, 1021 Estiihlishcd tit L. S. N. C, 1927 FuATRhS IN FaCULTATK R. L. Ropp A. L. Ducournau C.VrtA.v of 1934 Myrtle Pine W. J. Donn 67«v (jj l(J3§ Madlvx Kerr Elsie Odom Elisa LkBlanc Frances Stevens . Pi.i i)Gi;s Marjorie 1)e la Breionne ' ir(:ini Win- iio Rav Winn ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ThRtE THE DRAMATIC CLUB AND ALPHA PSI OMEGA i t i Dramatic Cm h Mk.mbkrs ( Mcmhrrs of Alpha P i Oiiu-na nrc iiulic.-iti-il In an a lcri»k) Mll.DKKI) ItMKI) Kl III 1 1 w HiMK Kl.lflS HOKDKI.OV FlOKFSCK Br Makjokik i)K I. a BRKn) N Marv Fi.i abkim Carroi.i. Iacii.i F. ( " astii.i.i- Mar I HA CiiAPROs Mii DRKi) ( " onn DoKoitn C ' diuN NhRI.KFA roPK ' lKr;iMA Dawsov i Xl. K l-I r)RFs III SKN rr)KII (il.ASS ' R MOM) II AVDKV M KV 1 1 III. SlIIRIKY JaMISOS I.ll I.IAV Jdiivsov Hii I. JnsKS " M M 1A N KkRR F.i.isA F.kBi.avc Mfta I.k ms DoRciiin Lnwi-RV Sam MisinFiTA Hi I i.K MooRK •Jack Murpiif.y •Marvincriii Nfison Nichous Ri nv Iff Oimim Irfsf Ivfv r i;i KHGERTON- PiFRSON •IIfvrv [ ' iFRsnv I.Ai I. T. Pnoi.K MxHidv Rffvfs VvnwK KtciiARi) Edmund Lee Rickfii •Frances Stevens f.icfnia svvffnev •Camiii Tisov Francfs Woi forh •I " a I. N Fiss Dm I s W ' li.i.iAMS K v Winn ONE HUNOUeO TWENTYFOUH PI DELTA EPSILON FRATERNITY Organized at Louisiana State Normal in May, 1933, for the Purpose of Promoting Interest in Biology and its Related Sciences Officers Charlie ] Ionm)ay Prcsidcni BUBR WlLI.ETT 1 ' icc-PresuU ' iit Velma Wall Secretary Alice Harkins Treasurer Elizabeth CunnixghAiM . . Correiponduuj Secretary Faculty Advisors Dr. HhRRicK Mr. H arr Dr. Strol d ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE THE STUDENT COUNCIL J 1 I l ' «. Kh K , iilM V. Ill K, C ' tll K I M , I ' ll K rl , Kl KK, { " ll ' .Kl I II 1 K IIkAKII, I ' l-KSCII ' IN ' , WakI). II AMS, DODI), OlKIM, WlMBKRLY n I.«iri;ti A I ' iRsoiiN . I ' tistdmt SiHiiuni ( ' liih HitmRkks. . Prtsul,,,! Y.ll. C. L I ' m I. Wiiss . . l ' r,M.I,ni Y. M. C. .1. W. j. I)(»l)l) . . . ... r.i ilor I ' ol i ' iuni H i: RV l ' ll-RS(»N . f.ilil I (]iiinnl Stum Ri R Ia ' .v Oim m . Stnior C.lasi Piisiiluil Jkssi-: IJdliniR hinior (Urns Piisiilml Hii.i. Cm Ri.i ri.i i: .... So li ' tiiion C.luss l ' ii i,liiit Wii.i.iAM Ward I ii i Pi isiih nt Sliiili nt lloily Gkorc.i; III ri) I ' nsiJiiit Sliiiliiil li ' ii y •M ni.N N Kirk . . . Stirtlniy-l ' ntisuiir Stinlml 11 " , ly (iMIWl Hnams . I ' iilrontt-nt-Lni tjt Fr Wfis WlMtURiA . l iltgnlr-nt-Lnigr jiw CiiiRiNn . Dtti gntr-itl-Lmgc ONE HUNDRED 1WENIYSIX ETA CHAPTER OF LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA Weiss, Strickler, DeMoss, Odom, Wright HiNES, Fulton, Alford, Pierson, Ford Dees, Fournet, Tison, Webb, DeBlieux Natioiitil Honorary Physical Science Fraternity Officers 1933-1934 Paul Weiss President Helen Hines Vice-President Mary Alford Secretary-Treasurer F. G. P ' oL RNET Faculty Director Eta Chapter was founded at Normal in Alay 193 ' . IVIembership is limited to students who major in Chemistry or Physics. Such students must have earned 2i term hours in Chemistry or in Physics or both, and must average 23 2 quality points per term hour. The purpose of the fraternity is: ( i ) to promote interest in the study of Chemistry and Physics; (2) to encourage a high standard of scholarship in these subjects; (3) to provide recognition for those attaining this standard. Mary Alford Inez Allen Hertzog DeBlieux Marguerite Dees a. l. ducournau Active Members Louise Ford F. G. Fournet Helen Hines Joe D. Kimhrkll L. S. Milli:r Virginia Strickler W. W. Tison J. W. Webb Paul Weiss Alton Wright Ruby Lee Odom Edgerton Pierson Pledges Garland DeMoss Dudley Fulton wr ■ ' ■ ' -- ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN PURPLE JACKET CLUB V M I f Officers Rl H I. IE OlX).M PrisUent Hhtm Ricks I ' i,c-Ptiutliui Anna CarRI TH Surdnry-Tnmiirrt . hRTi.i; I ' iNi; . . . Rl sorter Members Francks Aaron Oi.ivi-: Mi v. Mary Ai.roRO Ri nv Ij;i: OrxtM Mii.i)Ri;i) Hairi) Iri ni Ivy I ' agi: Amy Lena Bonn TR Mnrti.i I ' ine Anna Carri tii Hi i ii Ricks M R Kl.l7.AHI Til CaRROI.I. K I III RINE STI-ri.l " Irsi i.A Davii-s Frances Stevens L(»i ISE FoRn ' iRr.iNi Helen Mines I " i ;i i Swiiniv MaDEI.YN KiRR jdllWII H. ' I ' WMR M R III I I Wiin i; ONE HUNDKID TWENTV-EIGHI THE NEWMAN CLUB Engler, Veillox, Chauvin, J.; Pkksoiix, Lyons MURY, SAGRERA, ChAUVIX, I. ; TiSON, Badon The Newman Club of Louisiana State Normal College is a Catholic students ' club which is affiliated with the National Federation of College Catholic Clubs in non- sectarian institutions throughout the United State and Canada. Newman Club Cabinet LoRETTA Persohn Preshlctit Leontine Engler Fice-President Olive Murv Rccord ' mg Secretary Ruth Legendre Corresponding Secretary Amanda Sagrera Treasurer John Chauvin Reporter Camilla Tison Chorister loNE Chauvin Inside House John LeTard Outside House Sam Mistretta Outside House Alice Badon Entertainment Committee Geraldine Barrios .... Entertainment Committee Alice Veillon Social Service Committee Mary Ida Gremeli.ion . . . Social Service Committee Cecile Lyons Publicity Chairman ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE PHI ALPHA THETA ll ' iiioi History Frulernily Fouiitlfii at Thr I nivcrsify ot Arkansas, March 14, njJi. I»I CHAI ' IKR ktlahlishfd al ihr Louisiana Slalr ormal Caltrpr Munh Ji, v.iV Officers ( W II 1 1 M Kri.i.v ... Sn hii. j R ir.H . jl 0)l RTM l-R WlHS Sri VI S I ' liiiilint . ■ I ur-Prrsiilfiit . . Secretary His tor inn V l. RIK MiIsTosil ' I ' ruisurir IrwiIs CvRRnj.i . . dorrrs ioniting Srcretnry Marc. I friti I ' ortir . Smtry Members Social Science Faculty I ' m I. Wkiss Di F. ' R . ix) M ARTH.A KkLTLS SCH ARI II Kl SSI I.I. {. I.Ki I ' rmmir Ai.viv ( ! MH) Alumni KSTI-I.I.I- CoCKFIKUn .■ Kl Til Cionn I). T. Tari.tov J. S. Knsir C THI-RI E WlXTKRS DlKBIi: PiNKSTOV Clasi of 1934 M K V. C ' vRRdl.l. SlXSHINK RoZEM.AN I.idMiM FvciiR IloRinm Coiiin ' Wii.i.iAM Krt.i.Y SvHii. Jarnigjian J I AN C«)l RTNEV Class of 1933 Francis Stkvf.ns X ' ai.arii MiIntosh Frani IS Carroi.i. MaRC.I IRITF I ' ORTER Fi i.ava Si.edoe OcTAv.x Sledge ll ' A. Pledges Alumni Fi K loNiiNor M Rci iRiii Watkins C ' vniiRiNE Ahams Ml Kill .AnMOND Kl III llnllVNH Ac tire Gladys Sir.mon I ' ll! .Aliih;! Ilufa. Honor History Fratfrnity. is a co-f«hicatic)nal orcani ation uhctsc incinbiTs arc clcctcil in rfif);:nition ni cxcrilcnrc in tlw »tiul of history ami siipt-rior jjcncral aiMtlcinir aftainincnt. ONE HUND«EO THIH1Y YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Jfi Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Beth Ricks President Anna Carruth Vice-Presidetit Myrtle Pine Recording Secretary KathERINE Steele Corresponding Secretary Gladys Longing Morning PFatch AllLDRED Baird Program Louise Sexton Orphan IVLary Alford Piatiist Katherine Gates Chorister Ursula Davies Publicity ] L RIE Kendricks Prayer Meeting Elsie Odom Social Ruby Lee Odom Social Service Frances Stevens World Fellowship Ruth Heitman House Gladys Sirmon Decoration Maryixgrii) Nelson Reporter ■; li ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE A4. DEMONETTE CLUB (ARiKviFR, IIarknk s, 1 1 t V t, Isi)Ai , Ksox, Knox Lew. McCartnfv, Ross. Shows. Soiifs. Tlckkk, Wai.kfr PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB F ' ouiidcd at tin- Louisiana State Normal College in IQJI. Officers ISABKI. Lnvv Pnsuhnt Mii.hrii) Wai.kUR Vkr-Prfsidntt Loni Tucker Stuitary-Trcasurrr Mll.DRFl) Shows Reporter Marjurie EscLDE Scrgcnnt-at-Arms Members Awii: B RM N LiNMi; M r Ksox L11.UE Hi KiMoRi Thelma Knox Si K Cari ' Intir Isaiu i. Lew Marjorm: KsciiJE Corrim McCartnev Hertie Harkxess JaneNinv Inez Hint Ki.i.a V. Ross Iris Isdale .Mii.dred Shows Dorothy Souev I, ore IT A Stacv F.oni Ticker Mn.nREi) Walker ONE HUNOHED THIRTY. T O ENGLISH CLUB Officers Celeste Green President Melba Sims Vice-President Leontine Engler Secretory Ruby Mae Pine Treasurer Virginia Wheadon Reporter Katherine Bres Scrgeant-at-Arms Sybil Jarnagin Program Committee Eileen Latham Margaret Parker OHS. HUNDRED THIRTY-THREE STUDENT BODY ASSOCIATION .iJl Heard Kerr Ward Officers George Heard Preside nt William Ward Vice-President I 11 Madlyx Kerr Secretary-Treasurer ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR DEBATE AND ORATORY H. PlERSON ' , OUOM, GUNTER, BuTLER, E. PlEKSON Flournoy, Bordelon, Watson, Dodd, Kerr, Ropp Louisiana State Normal College debaters won ten of thirteen debates held during the iQJj debate season to establish what is believed to be a record in debating here. By virtue of vic- tories over teams from Centenary College, Louisiana Tech, and Southwestern and a tie in series of four debates with Louisiana College, the local debaters were accorded champions of the state in smaller college circles. Following is the 1933 Schedule: March 2 Southeastern State Teachers College of Durant, Oklahoma, at Natchitoches. Noraice Butler and Alma Flournoy — Affirmative — Lost. Henry Pierson and W. J. Dodd — Negative — Won. March 14 Louisiana College at Natchitoches. Noralee Butler and Alma Flournov — Affirmative —Won. Eugene Watson and J. O. Gunter, Jr. — Affirma- mative — Lost. March 20 Louisiana College at Pineville. Noralee Butler and Ruby Lee Odom — .Affirma- tive — Lost. Henry Pierson and W. J. Dodd — Negative — Won. March 23 Louisiana Tech at Natchitoches. Noralee Butler and Ruby Lee Odom — .-Affirma- tive — Won. Eugene ' atson and J. O. Gunter, Jr. — Affirma- tive — Won. ALarch 28 Centenary at Natchitoches. Noralee Butler and Ruh Lee Odom — Negative —Won. April i Southwestern at Natchitoches. Noralee Butler and .-Alma Flournox — .Affirmative —Won. Ruby Lee Odom atui Mary .Arden Robert — Neg- ative — Won. April 3 Louisiana Tech at Ruston. Noralee Butler and Ruby Lee Odom Negative —Won. Henry Pierson and W. J. Dodd — Negative — Won. The annual State Peace Oratorical contest for men and the State Oratorical contest for women were held at Louisiana State Normal College on April 28. Elton Bordelon won first place and a prize of $60.00 in the men ' s contest. Mr. Bordelon spoke on Peace — The Policy of Nations, ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE M. c. c. i,iti:r. rv society ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX ELECTRIC LITERARY SOCIETY ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN f,m EUTHENICS CLUB Officers I.()RKTTA Pi:RS01I Prisiditll Ol.ivi; MlR liicPriiiili III Alici: ' i li.r.oN " Sccnlary Marii; Kfn ' DRICK Treasurer Mary Raixev Reporter ' si Am»irso Ixjvii: Hrowmng Li-iLA Ulli.ock Trumax Bi rfori) I.rcii.A Coa) Ai.ioA DKssni.i.E Cl.ARA Kl.l.ANDER ( )i ' Ai. Ellsev I ' l.ORA CiRAVrs (li.ENNii; CIraii m Oi.ivE Griffins K Tii V. Hi i T7. Club Members Rl III HllT.MAV Marii; Kindrkk I oiisE McRav Ol.lVE MlRV Ibrey Map Oci: I )RETTA PeRSOMN Rarrara Ki.izabeth Porter M RY Rain FY Adei.i: Royston KiMIMR Rl SSEM, I. EON A SaMPITE C)i)A Sanders Annie Ixtv Scott I.oi isE Sexton Kai; Siblfy LlRMNE Sl.EHC.E Frmine Smith RiBA Taiiia- Mildred Tooke Alice Veillon Mabel Wade Ki.siE Wattiony Inez Veix;e vortii ( iR ciE Wilson Kllen R ' oi no ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHI THE BAND THE ORCHESTRA ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE ORCHESIS CLUB Honorary Dance Club To A Danscusc ) ow ildtii I fhi lionti ynu iiinnul my ) ' III iliuii r thf priiyrr you mnnut sf iak ) hii iluiitt your joyoutmss. uilil. guy, ) our yiftrning for thf gout you sti Jt. I ho ' (ini silitil, I loo know I riiiil your ihiiuc, I , tintihing. hi or. I unili nliniil your joy. iiinl oh, ) our iliirk iJi sptliriin . niiil vour fmr. tor. iluncir. in your giilurrs guy. Oh, ihiinks to you iinil to your art! ) OH iliniii ihi uonti 1 luiinot Miy, I hi hiiltltn priiyrr tiithin my hnirt. M RV Al.FoRl) Alice H. ix) Mfmbers Ester liRiiuioM Frwces Carroll Mildred Cobb Dorothy Cohen Lillian- Cohen- Doris Cole DoROTin- Cole I ' rsI LA DWIES Isabel Fontaix Klice Haoood Margie Haworth Elizabeth Keegav Edith Lee Isabel 1.e " - ' iRA Lie LiMTKiv Olive Mi r Mary Elizabeth Carroll ( Jraci Christian Jane Nlnn Priscilla I ' MYRTLE Pine (Iladys Pittman Hazel Ransonet Marian Reeves Adele Rovston Lor ETTA Stacy Camilla Tison L l RA Cl. AIRE TiSON Mii.drid Walker Vklma Wall Ethel Williams Casey Wilson Doris Henry Sponsors I.OLISE Lee Kreher THE PRESS I I n THE PO W. J. IVmi. In presenting this, the 1934 Potpourri to the students of Normal, we ask that you pause with us a moment in reflec- tion. We would have you know that it has not been our purpose to create for you a " bigger and better " annual than ever before. We have not attempted to place between the covers of this book a glamorous, romantic picture of some dream college, but we have in a small way tried to picture for you the kind of life that we lived while here on the Hill. We are hopeful that your approval of our completed work will justify our be- lief that we have discharged our respon- sibilities to you in a just and fitting manner; for our ambition has been to recreate that life and those incidents. I l V. J.I IV (IIHIM I l Will MKIS ONE HUNDRED FORTY-TWO 50URR Edgerton Pierson W. J. DODD Myrtle Pine .... Edgerton Pierson Editor . . . Assistant Editor Business Manager Bill Jones Art RuRY Lee Odom Departments Elisa LeBl.anc . Assistant Business Manager Louise Sexton . Assistant Business Manager X ' irgini.a Whe.adon Photography Fr.ancis Wimberly Sports AL DLYN Kerr Organization Lalla T. Poole Typist U ' l.MRhRl.Y Kerr Fool E Pine ONE HUNDRED fORTY-THREE • THE CURR[ Mi Miv I ' KRsnv We ha e tried to give to the Nor- mal student in their Current Sauce, a newspaper in fact as well as in name. Much of the news which might have been published was never considered because of the fact that our paper was published only once everv two weeks. We have, however, given space to the best editorials ob- tainable, and re-enacted for our stu- dcn.s the sports events that happened bo:h here and on the road. The staff cooperated to the fullest extent and deserves most of the credit for the high type of news articles published in the 1 33-34 Current Sauce. l; 1 SIH-II. SIrnii ' ii. Tlmm. l i-.M.. o. Uiloin. Puulf, N l«uii. rourttivy. Vliiii. Wlica l iii ONE HUNDRED FORTY fO )H T SAUCE Mak.iokii: 1)1. I. A Hrk ' ionnk Executive Staff HisXRY PlERSON Editor IVIa. joriii de la Bretonne Assistant Editor Ray Winn Sports Editor Special Writers Jean Courtney Garland DeMoss Lalla T. Poole Madlyn Kerr IVIaryingrid Nelson Vircinma Wheadon Elsie Odom Reporters Alice Badon Jlaxita Cortez Meta Lewis Jane Shell Ruth Lillian Blair Dorothy George Marie Mistretta CjLauys Sirmon Helen Cavendar Celeste Green Jane Nunn Frances Stevens Martha Chapron Christine CjLZzo Helen Ripken Camilla Tison Grace Christian Virginia Hatcher I L rie Robinson Melba Vorley Elisa LeBlanc Amanda Sagrera Bailmi. niair, flinpinn. ( " hilstian. Cortez, Gi ' orge Green, LeBlanc, Lewis, Mistrotta. Kerr ONE HUNDRED FORTY FIVE ONTRARY to practices of the past, the Editor has assumed the responsibility of se- lecting the beauties for the 1934 Potpourri. He has tried to disregard their personal popu- larity and political prestige by choosing from the twenty favorites those whom he consid- ered mo ;t beautiful and attractive, both in the classroom and under the scrutiny of our holi- day visitors. He has tried to delve a little deeper than the bare photograph which por- trays only the outward attraction — friendli- ness, character and personality were consid- ered. The Editor felt because he was person- ally acquainted with all these young women, that he was more qualified to make the selec- tion than any movie star ' s corresponding sec- retary could have been. w »- t» 3ohhij cynontcjomerii [BENTON] orns vy OLi t LEtSVILLEI : m mmm mm: ' ' ' ' mmmmjmmmmm) ' :i J) orotliii 3oL e [LEESVILLE] te Nr r p I ■n misi siim: udije X nee (LOGANSPORTl i«r« " ■■ ' ?M i-: Z oknso n [TAYLORTOWN] ' :zylu )? a czAia c Jjavennori P (STERLINGTON) u rance s aron [ NATCH IT OCH ES J y ' ' mms m dy loLS r uoster I lEESVIUEl urde ' l Yie [PORT ARTHUR. TEXAS] 4 4 WHO ' S X HH president of a great American univ-ersitv is reputed to have made the followmg single statement on an occasion when he was scheduled to address the student body dur- ing a chapel service: " Among all the students before me this morning, there arc only six whose names will be engraved on the tablets of success, to be remembered by posterity. " That was all he said. With a gesture he dismissed the students, who, awed bv the effect of the decree, tiled out of the assembly hall in silence. Nor did the effect of thii pronounce- ment die with the occasion; but months a fterward, it is said, students of that university could be seen with heads lifted high and eyes gleaming with a determination to make their lives count. So it is true in everv college and university in America todav. Onlv a few of those in each college or university will boroine trulv great. MYRTLE PINE HENRY PIERSON ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-EIGHT WHO In the selection of those leaders whose names appear in Who ' s Who of the 1934 Senior Class of Louisiana State Normal College, no attempt was made to prophesy the future of those who will graduate in June. Such an undertaking would have been too problematical. An attempt has been made, however, to select from among the members of the senior class six students who, by virtue of their character, personality, scholar- ship, loyalty, achievements in students ' activities, and standing among their fellows, have excelled during their four years of college life. Others of the class may achieve greater success than these beyond the walls of the college, but it is the unanimous decision of the faculty committee who chose the six young women and men whose pictures appear on these pages that they merit this honor and distinction. w BILL DODD BETH RICKS ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE 13 13 ' 3 ? St Lua ent Lif e Tcachfr, irachrr! ' cs. It ' s spring again. Four souls without a sin- gle thought. Don ' t he hkc thati Just grinnin ' at you. Who ' s afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? Thcv don ' t care what time it is. Even the telephone post can ' t stand it! 0. 10. II. i:. I J. ot re. Y .in.igcr col- 4 j I-amSre has Mot re. Business M lects. How does he like the Sirmon? Miss Dean— the Jem. She got her man! I ■ I sl«i« , 1. Is this Normal? 2. Why the ball? 3. Ready to go to college. 4. Lonesome? 5. Why men take music! 6. Let ' s have some bran for a change. 7. Are these students? 8. Two different kinds of birds. 9. Light conversation. 10. You name it, we take it! U. The first Potpourri is sold — on credit! V i It lH III |l| III III 1 1 1 1. What a-mcn! 2. W ' hcrr ' s the rest of your party. Willie? 3. The missing Hnlcs! 4. The depression hit us. 5. Henry is always Cole. 6. A couple of co ds. 7. Aren ' t thev sweet? 8. Physical Ed. Sargeant. 9. A place many have been, but few have seen. 10. Leading. Dot? 1 1 . We need a preacher. 12. The wages of sin. 15. Patience will surely re- ward thee. 1. Sorority sisters. 2. Three to one. 3. History repeats itself. 4. Now, this is Normal. 5. Lindberg Williams. 6. Ready for anything. 7. Is that a habit? Yes! 8. A duplicate of Stepin Fetchit. 9. A group of girls. 10. No posing here. 11. Wheadon ' s friends. $ 1 1 H 1 !. Thf hovs go C X ' . A. 2. Our lafc professor, Mr. NLtrtin. i. Town girls. 4. How did voj gci out thfrc? 3. liig shots. 6. Mr. Ncsom — to you! 7. Can ' t wc h.ivr our pic- tures talcrn. too. ' 8. Practice teachers — Ivlicvc it or not! y. Where ' s Dorris? 10. ' ou name it. 11. Where are " you all " go- ing? 12. Tag ' em and let cm go. 1 i. They don ' t look unlucky to us ..t I I I! 1. " I ' K gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today! ' 2. Peek-a-boo! We sec you! 3. Waitin ' for rations. 4. Climbing flowers — 5. Oh, Buddy! 6. A young co-ed. 7. Curves and — what have you? 8. Waiting for their mail. 9. I don ' t believe it! 10. Why couldn ' t they swap? 1 1. Before and after. 12. She ' s got a machine gun. 13. A rear view of a rare bunch. f III I 1. A haven for sirav docs. 2. Light things float 5. Why don ' t you load up 4. A mask would make it complete. 5. Our postmistress. 6. A hre wagon that alwa -s saves a lot. 7. It ' s tough on those chem- ist r - teachers. 8. Another flixit. 9. Aunt Leora. 10. Sergcant-at-arms. 11. I " he4 ay they " work " for the government. 12. She is supposed to be Wise. 1 ?. Why don ' t they go up in the air? 14. The paper-stahber. n. The answer to any maid- en ' s prayer! 16. Mr. Turslcr. 17. Waiting for the parade. 18. Too much inflation. fd.i2 s 1. Big shots. 2. Hearts are trumps. 3. You ' d have to buy from her. 4. Give me another drink, I ' m seeing double. 5. Hearts win. 6. " All the world ' s a stage. " 7. Back to Nature! 8. Miss Williams and a fu- ture teacher. 9. The statue of — ? 10. We like this! 1 1. Is everybody happy? 12. We bet on the winners! 13. How do you get that way? 14. Her prayer was answered. 15. A rough game for ladies. 16. Heaven just turned out! H 11 III III II ■ - ' »». ' ADVERTISEMENTS I I T]., Home Economics Mathematics-Science LOUISIANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA W. W. TisON. Prcudcut A TEACHER ' S COLLEGE Which Offers Unexcelled Facilities (or a Professional and Cultural Education THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE May Be Earned in the Following:? Courses: Commerce Kindergarten-Primary ' - ' ' Upper-Elementary Art English-Social Science English-Library English-Foreign Language Physicai Education For Women Science Scifnce-Agricui ture Pre Medical and Pre-Law Courses are also given. College credits may he earned hy students through Correspondence Courses and Extension Classes. Louisiana State Normal College is located in Natchitoches, the educational, historical, and recreational center of Louisiana. The College offers oppor- tunity for a liberal education at extremely low cost. The College is a Member of American Council on Educahon American Association of Teachers Colleges Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States 1884—1934 The year 1934 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the act of the legislature establishing the State Normal School of Louisiana. I OR cataioci oihik informaiion writi to THE REGISTRAR, Normal Station. Natchitoches, Loui.siana •b; GULF PUBLIC SERVICE CO OPERATES THROUGHOUT LOUISIANA AND EAST TEXAS The NatcnJtoches Organization Will Always Co-operate With the Normal College Let Us Serve You Natchitophes, La. SCHUSTER WHOLESALE PRODUCE COMPANY Incorporated " QUALITY " OUR MOTTO WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE We Buy and Sell Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in and Out of Season TELEPHONE OR TELEGRAPH SCHUSTER ' S SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 500-508 Commerce Street Telephone L, D. 18 F. F. HANSELL AND BRO. l.imilrd SCHOOL. OFFICE CHURCH AND AUDITORIUM FURNITURE BOOKS, STATIONERY. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES -104--I12 Carondclct Street New Orleans, Louisiana ! COMPLIMENTS OF INTERSTATE ELECTR C COMPANY OF SHREVEPORT. INC. - -w ?00.?20 Spring Street Telephone 61? 1 SHREV FPORT. LOUISIANA ■ DUNCAN ' S STUDIO IF IT S PHOTOGRAPHY, WE CAN DO IT Photos of Today Are Treasures of Tomorrow We Make the Potpourri Photos Photos That Live Forever NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA LEVY DRUG COMPANY THE REXALL STORE • Stationery and Toilet Articles Kodaks and Candies Phone 131 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA SHIF» BY TRLJCK Ptione 440 NATCHITOCHES TRANSFER COMPANY HUGHES DRY GOODS COMPANY COLLEGIATE CLOTHES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA THE PEOPLES HARDWARE AND FURNITURE CO. THINGS THAT PLEASE THE COLLEGE STUDENTS Phone No. 210 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA NATCHITOCHES LUMBER YARD PHONE 447 108-110 Washington Street Natchitoches, Louisiana ALWAYS THE BEST AT THE MOST MODI-RATE PRICE • • HY-GRADE SCHOOL SUPPLIES DISTRIBUTED EXCLUSIVELY B " ' THE LOUISIANA PAPER CO. Limitrd SHREVEPORT ALEXANDRIA. MONROE, BATON ROUGE TEXARKANA Quality Wise Serve Edel veiss JOHN SEXTON CO. Manufacturjng Wholesale Grocers CHICAGO CULLUM BOREN CO, Miinufaiturcn RcJ Fox Athletic Clothing For Football, Basketball. Track, Baseball and All Sports STANDARD OF THE SOUTH AND WEST Dalla.s, Texas COMPLIMENTS OF MONARCH CHEMICAL COMPANY CHAR IHRED IN LOUISIANA G ' VO MattujactuTcrs of Deodorants, Insecticides Sanitary Specialties 227 North Peirr Street NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA Compliments of the LOUISIANA PICKLE AND CANNING CO. Packers of " Monty s Best Brand Pickles MONTGOMERY. LOUISIANA Coniplinwuts of CAMPBELL BAKING COMPANY Wonder Bread and Hostess Calces HOTEL NAKATOSH DINING ROOM IN REAR 64 Modern Rooms European Plan o • NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA UNTER ' S, INC. Ready-to-W ear NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA A. DEBLIEUX AND SON Only Exclusive Ladies ' Read y-to-W ear in Town STORE FOR NORMAL GIRLS MORGAN AND LINDSEY CHAIN STORES College Students ' Headquarters ' THE STORES OF COURTESY " NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA PAR-ICI-GIFT SHOP AMUSU LOBBY NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA PAUL A. DUCOURNAU INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA NATCHITOCHES TIMES EVERYBODY ' S PAPER Mrs. E. p. Cunningham, Editor We Print Normal s Current Sauce PROGRAMS INVITATIONS AMUSU THEATER HOME OF GOOD PICTURES WHERE NORMAL STUDENTS SEEK ENTERTAINMENT Natchitoches, Louisiana LAKEVIEW MOTORS. INC. NATCHITOCHKS, LOUISIANA ri CHEVROLET CHEVROLET DEALERS GENERAL CORD TIRES STANDARD GAS AND OIL PHONE 417 Try the New Drug Store First Russell M ' Phail Cliocolates Dbl.IVHRY SKRVICt J-rom 7:10 A.M. Until 10:00 P.M. Phone 5 6 and Count the Minutes Until Mr Are On the Spot THE NEW DRUG STORE AKin J. OfHIirux, Onner and Manager A RLAI r)Rl ' G STORE Srcrind Street N.ilihilochc . S. D. S. SERVICE STATION WASHING, GREASING AND VACUUM CLEANING PHONE Wi LANK UP WITH OUR PAN-AM GAS AND OIL DALME BROTHERS The City s Leading Cleaner Phone 401 NEAR COLLEGE Wc Do Our Pari ' 100 ' ' For the College ALDREDGE BROS. JEWELERS EXPERT REPAIRING COMPLETE JEWELRY LINES Service — Not Excuses NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA KZzHSOCtM IN BOTTLES COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY NATCHITOCHES, LA. JORDAN ' S GARAGE PHONE 570 NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA LAY ' S BEST-YET ICE CREAM " All That the Name Implies " LAY S ICE CREAM COMPANY Natchitoches, Louisiana SAM MAGGIO EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING ON NORMAL CORNER Compliments of Simmons Oil and Renning Cc PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS Shrcvcport, La. Comjthments of R. 0. SHOP WE WELCOME NORMAL STUDENTS AT ' ' NAKATOSH " BARBER SHOP 116 Church Street, Near Crystal Cafe S. J. DEW BUDDIE ' S CASH AND CARRY HAS GOOD THINGS TO EAT DROP BY, NORMALITES! WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS DEMONS ' DEN MR. AND MRS. WILL CROOM AVOYELLES WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY LIMITED EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA BUNKIE, LOUISIANA NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA VILLE PLATTE, LOUISIANA COMPLIMENTS OF THE PEOPLES BANK NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA KELLY. WEBER AND COMPANY Incorporated WHOLESALE GROCERIES AND PRODUCE DEALERS Fertilizer Manufacturers Lake Charles, Oakdale, Leeiville, Many, La. MONTAG BROTHERS Incorporated MANUFACTURERS OF COLLEGE STATIONERY STUDENT SUPPLIES SOCIAL STATIONERY ATLANTA, GEORGIA griilf For MAX FACTOR ' S MAKE-UP McCLUNG DRUG COMPANY Tflrphone h THE CO-ED SHOPPE a olhcs That Please The Collesr Girls Store Smart Style. Comflimenii From PEOPLES CAFE AND GEORGE ' S LUNCH ROOM Njtchitoche . I ouitian.i DUKAY ' S H. ' uJquartcrs for Ice Cream, Cold Drinks Wimpy H rT b«rg«rt, Hot CtiocoUt . Hot Dogi fo toy Stndoichct YOU FEEL AT HOME AT DUKAY S STANDARD BAKERY Natchitoches, Louisiana FURNISHES BREAD FOR NORMAL COLLEGE Always the Best Try Us Tomorrotu CALL FOR OUR BREAD FROM YOUR GROCER Natchitoclies Motor Co. Limited SALES i Xf? SERVICE TELEPHONE 188 Goodyear Tires and Texaco Products NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA RAPIDES DRUG CO. Limited wholesale Druggists Strategically Located in Alexandria, Louisiana THE LOGICAL JOBBING CENTER Independent Wholesale Druggists Serving Independent Retail Druggists " All that I am — or ever hope to be— I owe to SPALDING Athletic Equipment. " Stores in all principal cities. LOCAL SPALDING DEALER CONRAD HAASE 626 Milan Street SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA KEEGAN ' S LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS " The Cleanest Spot in Town " Always Ready to Serve TELEPHONE 333 WINBARG BROTHERS GOOD THINGS TO EAT FOR NORMAL GIRLS Phone 36 Natchitoches Phone 37 CITY OF NATCHITOCHES MAYOR M. L. DISMUKES G. H. PIERSON COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE E. L. McCLUNG COMMISSIONER OF STREETS AND PARKS THE BEST SMALL CITY IN THE SOUTH PEACOCK BEAUTY ' SHOP PLKMANENT WAVES TO SUIT EACH INDIVIDUAL Phone 6 56 MRS. MORTIMLK Thomas-Tucker Agency, Inc. " Satisfied Customers Built Our Business " Telephone $26 Natchitoches, I. a. MABEL CHARLES WOMEN ' S READY-TO-WEAR SMART CrOTHLS I OK IHli COI I liGb GIRLS 1 he Natcnitoches Enterprise Job and Commercial Printing Ol I ICIAI. JOURNAL Ol- CLLV Mrs. C. L. Birazvale, Editor and Proftrirlor ' T ' HE POTPOURRI Staff wishes to take this opptutunitv to thank these firms and individuals who co-operated with us by taking adverti.sements with us. We would ask you to remember that these firms have aided in helping us put out this vokimc of the Potpourrl By helping these firms in the future you will be helping yourself. H. COHEN, Chairman of Board H. A. COOK, Vice-President C. L. KRIEGER, President G. H. PIERSON, Cashier GEORGE H. HIMEL, Assistant Cashier CITY BANK TRUST COMPANY NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Capital, Surplus, and Reserve $175,000.00 ONE DOLLAR STARTS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT COMPLIMENTS OF THE NORMAL BOOK STORE WE ARE LEADING DEALERS IN Masterpiece School Supplies and Other School Material Normal College Natchitoches, Louisiana Compliments to the LOUISIANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE From a Friend MONARCH FINER FOODS Choice of Careful Buyers for 81 Years We Cont ratulate tlie Student Body on This Volume or the Potpourri we Offer Our Hearty Co-of eration to the State Normal College THE NATCHITOCHES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Exponent or the Resources of Natchitoches Parish E. B. Robert, Prcudcnt A. R. Yates. 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