Northwestern State University - Potpourri Yearbook (Natchitoches, LA)

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1 I THE 1 3 PUBLISHED B¥ ¥HE §¥UDEnT BOD¥ Of $¥ l¥E 10Ril %E COEEEGE9 l l¥CHI¥OCHE§9 EO¥l$l ll l EO¥l§l ll l ■ N CEC€eNm€N I HE students of Louisiana State Normal College dedicate this, the Twenty-Eighth Volunne of THE POTPOURRI, to " Our Dean, " who, through his experiences as a rural school teacher, a country school principal, a member of the State Depart- ment of Education, and his affiliations with numer- ous educational projects in the state, understands the problems of the college youth and lends dignity and prestige to his position as the leader in cultural endeavors at his Alma Mater. I sk S we watch our happy and eventful years at Louisiana State Nornnal College pass rapidly by, we can reconcile ourselves to the thought of separation only with the assur- ance that we are storing up mennories and associations never to be forgotten. It is the purpose of this book to give to these treasures of the nnind, tangible expressions — to give a sympathetic interpretation of Normal ' s back- ground and its growing traditions, and embodiment of the ideals and aspirations of its students through many genera- tions, and a graphic chronicle of the work and play and glorious comradeship that give these fleeting years their lasting significance. CCNTENTS ALMA MATER ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS THE FEATURES THE GREEKS ORGANIZATIONS I SCIENCE BUILDING THE N€CMAL CAMPUS [ 11 ] [ 14] ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ADHINISTI ATICN [ 15 ] ACCOMPLISHMENTS With the graduation of the class of 1939, Albert A. Fredericks will com- plete his fifth year as President of the Louisiana State Normal College . . . It seems fitting that we review the outstanding events of his term of office . . , First of all, the enrollment in residence, correspondence, and extension class students has increased 45 per cent under the administration of Presi- dent Fredericks . . . The varied activities of President Fredericks in the educational and social world and his appointment to state-wide committees have popularized the name of NORMAL among influential circles . . . New extra-curricular activities have taken root in the past five years, making the students ' leisure hours interesting ... A vast intramural league in all sports and entertainment has been inaugurated to stimulate competition between the various groups . . . Alumni clubs have been established in numerous cities. The Alumni Columns reaches the homes of graduates all over the South . . . Among the improvements on the State Normal College campus during the past five years are the Richard W. Leche library, a new power and light plant, including a parkway lighting system, three N. Y. A. dormitories, that accommodate over 200 students, reno- vations of all the old buildings on the campus, a new football ' ' bowl, " embracing a football field and a quarter-mile cinder track and an extensive roadway and landscaping project . . . Under con- struction as this edition of The Potpourri goes to press are a fine arts building and auditorium, two dormitories for women, a social room, a men ' s dormitory, a stadium, a student center and natatorium, and additions to the infirmary and to the power plant . . . All of these accomplishments have been brought about largely through the keen foresight and untiring energy of our president, a man who has endeared himself to the hearts of students, faculty and administrative staff members, and graduates of the college. THE Murphy P. Rogers Dean of tlie College The youngest of the deans in age and in point of service, Dr. Murphy P. Rogers has an outstanding record. He seems to be plan- ning great things for the College. H. Lee Prather Dran of Students Concerned with keeping the students appeased, Dean Prather finds it necessary to draw on all his reserves of friendliness and fellow- ship, (jualities that have made him the popular man that he is. [ 18] DEANS Miss Dean E. Varxado Dean of If omen The Dean of Women, Miss Dean E. Var- nado, acts in the capacity of a general ad- viser to the women students of Normal. A closer relationship is insured to each woman which gives increased incentive for higher scholarship. Mrs. Ethel L. Hereford Dean of Off-Campus Women and Social Director Mrs. Ethel L. Hereford, Dean of Off-Campus Women and Social Director serves the town girls in the same way that Miss V ' arnado serves the club girls. As Social Director, she exercises supervision of all social events. [ 19] The Women of the Faculty R. L. Ropp, Publicity, Debate and Professor of English. Mrs. Kathleen Morris, Secretary to the President. Dr. John S. Kyser, Department of Social Science head. H. Lee Prather, Dean of Students, Athletic Director and Professor of Political Science. F. G. FouRNET, Department of Physics head. R. W. WiNSTEAD, Associate Professor of Latin. TRUST The Men of the Faculty A. C. Maddox, Department of Mathematics Head. Leroy S. Miller, Associate Professor of Physics and Mathematics. Miss Mamie Bowman, Assistant Professor of English. W. S. Mitchell, Registrar. A. G. Alexander, Department of English head. D. T. Tarleton, Professor of Economics. Dean Rogers and Mr. Dyson take a stand . . . Miss Winters minus " The Letters of T. Roosevelt " . . . Mr. Sibley — the " Double- Duty Man " . . . Mr. Royston on short leave of absence . . . " What ' s on the menu? " Mr. Hatcher . . . Miss Wood and the morning mail . . . Professor Nelken, President Fredericks, and Dean Rogers. [22] FACULTY SNAPS.. " Doc " Weaver takes it easy . . . We wonder, Mr. Morrison . . . A hot scrimmage, eh, Mr. " Rags " . . . Professors Webb and Cheves as " two of the boys " . . . Miss Debbie relaxes . . . Professors Fournet, Kyser, and Towns discuss Hitler . . . Mr. Nelken in need of support. [23 ] OFFICERS Julius Bradley President J. R. Sherman Vice-President Myriam Breaux Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Ethel Hereford Sponsor SENIOR CLASS [25] SENIOR CLASS Dorothy Adams Minden Com merce Nina Afeman Morrow Home Economics Y. W C. A.; Euthenics Club. Sarah Afeman Morrow Physical Education Secretary, W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A. Helen Allen Kentwood Home Economics Lois Austin Ida Commerce Mary Ida Aycock Franklin Physical Education ][ K i Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Fine Arts; Purple Jacket; W. A. A. Cabinet; Dramatics Club. Allene Bakat Hornbeck Home Economics Angie Dell Ballard . . . Natchitoches Commerce A Z A, A r CuTTcn: Sauce Staff, ' 37- ' 38; Y. W. C. A. 126] Oliver Ballard Coushatta Com mt rcc Gladys Rai Barr Campti English-Library Y. W. C. A.; Junior Dramatics; B, S. U. Annie Elizabeth Beard . . . Stonewall Home Economics Euthemcs Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, i ' i9. Elvira Mae Beasley . . . Harrisonburg Music A Capella Choir; Band; B. S. U. Nelwyn Bedingfield .... Shreveport Music Band, A Capella Choir; Tennis Team; W. A. A. Cabinet. Cody Claire Blackburn . . . Glenmora Upper Elementary Women ' ; Council; Y. W. C. A,; Y. W. A. Julius R. Bradley Sarepta A ejriculture-Sciencc T T r Pi Delta Epsilon, Demeter; President, Junior Class, ' 37- ' 38; President, Pi Delta Epsilon, ' 37 ' 38; B. S, U. Council; Presi- dent Senior Class, ' 37- ' 38; Men ' s Council, ' 37- ' 38; Interfra- ternity Council. Evelyn Ann Breaux . . . Church Point Home Economics e i; T Orchesis Club. r 27 ] SENIOR CLASS Myriam Breaux Houma Kindergarten-Primary e S T Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class; Potpourri Staff, ' 37- ' 38; Women ' s Council; Pan-Hellenic Council. Edna lee Brewton Goldonna Entjlisli-Library Francis Bryan Ringgold Mathematics-Chemistry ! K N Phi Alpha Theta; Kappa Delta Pi; Lambda Delta Lambda; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Vice-President, Phi Kappa Nu; Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, Jack E. Burgess Mansfield English-Social Science K N President, Student Body Association, ' 38- ' 39; Discipline Com- mittee; President, Phi Kappa Nu, ' 37- ' 38; Student Council, ' 38- ' 39. Anna Shirley Burglass . Commerie Lafitte SENIOR CLASS Mrs. a. J. Burns Shangaloo Kindergarten-Primary J u ANITA Burrow Rosepine Kindergarten-Primary Doris Butter Forest Hill Home Economics [28] Helen Elizabeth Byers .... Gilliam Enyitsli-Soiial Science Vice-President, Y. W. C. A.; Secretary. Purple Jackets; President. Freshman Commission, ' 36- ' 37; Student Council, ' 38- ' 39. Janice Caldwell Upper Elementary Dormitory Council; B. S. U. Council. Saline BiLLiE Pate Causey . . Music Tennis, ' 37- ' 38- ' 39; " N " Club; Band. . Franklinton Mabel Chaney Kindergarten-Primary Vivian EuNiE V. Christian .... Grand Cane Home Economics K A n Euthenics Club. Alva Cook Marthaville .1 griculture-Science Demeter; Pi Delta Epsilon; Vocationalist Staff. CoRiNNE Annette Cook Commerce Springhill Mary Fae Colvin Physical Education 2 2 S W. A. A. Cabinet. Dubach [29] SENIOR CLASS EiMiMETT Earl Cope .... Haynesville Chemistry-Physics Z T r, A A A, A 6 President, Freshman Class, ' 35- ' 36; President, Sophomore Class, ' 36- ' 37; Football, ' 36- ' 37- ' 38; " N " Club; Vice-Presi- dent, Sigma Tau Gamma, ' 36- ' 37; Men ' s Council, ' 37- ' 38; Vice-President, Student Body Association, ' 38- ' 39. Ina B. Corbett Alexandria Home Economics Euthenics Club; " W. A. A. Lynella Cruse Upper Elementary Kelly Una Beth Cummings . . Home Economics Euthenics Club. Coushatta SENIOR CLASS Laiviar Dearing Natchitoches Mathematics-Science A z, n A E Celeste Didier New Roads English-Social Science Newman Club Cabinet, ' 36- ' 37; Women ' s Council, ' 37- ' 38. Georgia Dixon Anacoco Music Band. Gladys Dowes Mittie English-Library [ 30 ] Lois A. Downs Port Arthur Music ASA Band; A Capella Choir. Ella Bess Durham .... Shre veport Home Economics Euthenics Club; B. S. U. HeRiVLan Durham Natchitoches Commerce Kenneth Durr Marthaville Commerce A Z Robert L. Durr Marthaville A griculturc-Science President, Beta Chapter of Demeter. John C. Elkins Minden Commerce Football, ' 36 ' 37- ' 38; Basketball, ' 36- ' 37- ' 38; Track, ' 36- ' 37- ' 38; " N " Club; Student Council, ' 38. ' 39. Thomas T. Elkins Minden Commerce Football, ' 36- ' 37- ' 38; Basketball, ' 36 ' 37- ' 38; Track, ' 37- ' 38- ' 39; " N " Club. Estle " Kidd " Farr Winnfield Commerce K N Football, ' 36 ' 37- ' 38; " N " Club. [ Jl ] SENIOR CLASS Ruth A. Fletcher Winnsboro Matltematics-Chemistry J. H. Flores Natchitoches Commerce 4 K N Davis Players; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; B. S. U. Mrs. Leona Bagley Flores . . . Pelican English-Social Science Hugh Flournoy Haynesville Commerce K N President. " N " Club; Football, ' 36- ' 37 ' 38. Jessie Claire Ford .... Natchitoches Commerce Band; A Capella Choir; B. S. U. Council. Veronne Ford Oakdale Kindergarten-Primary e S T IriMa Lee Fortson Jena Home Economics W. A. A.; Euthenics Club. Hazel Fuller Shreveport Kindergarten- Primary Y. W. C. A. SENIOR CLASS [ 32 ] Annie Ruth Garrett Heflin Comtnerce Agnes Gaudin Baton Rouge Commerce MuRLENE GiDDiNGs Coushatta Commerce Ida Goodwin Shreveport Mathematics-Chemistry AAA Purple Jacket; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Leslie Graham Creston Commerce Z T 1 " Hilda Ann Hair Monroe Kinderyart en-Primary 2 2 2 Davis Players; Orchesis Club. Bill Hamilton Dubach Commerce K N E. A. Hand Coushatta A griculture-Science 2 T r Demeter; Chorester of Y. M. C. A. t3J J SENIOR CLASS GiFFORD HaRGIS A griculture-ScieiKe Demeter. Colfax SENIOR CLASS Mary Virginia Harkey . . Fort Necessity K i mi erc arten- Primary A 2 E Secretary of Delta Sigma Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 38- ' 39. Steve Harmon Waterproof Commerce {■ K N, A r Business Manager, 1938 Potpourri; Football, ' 36 ' 37- ' 38; Track, ' 37- ' 38- ' 39; Fine Arts Club; " N " Club; Editor, Foot- ball Programs, ' 36 ' 37- ' 38; Student Council, ' 38- ' 39; Editor 1939 Potpourri; Sports Editor, Curreni Sauce, ' 37- ' 38. Della Maxine Haywood . . Shreveport Upper Elcmrntary Y. W. C. A. Margaret Hicks Natchitoches Englisli-Social Science A 2 E Band; Newman Club. DtnLEY Hillman Leesville Science K N Football, ' 36 ' 37- ' 38; " N " Club. Oma C. Huckabay Bienville Commerce Y. W. C. A. Llcille Hughes Coushatta L ' ppir Elementary [34] Mrs. Walter Hunter .... Coushatta Home Economics K A n Ray Jackson Simpson Englhh-Social Science Marjorie Jamison . . . Commerce Alexandria Alice Amanda Johnson . . Upper Elementary K A n Pollock Oris B. Johnson Natchitoches Chemistry-Physics S T r, A .i A Randall Keator Campti Mathematics-Science A A A Eunice Koonce Natchitoches Home Economics Euthenics Club. Gardner Krieger Natchitoches Mathematics-Science A A A, A •I ' r President, Forensic Club, ' 38- ' 39; Debate. [35] SENIOR CLASS SENIOR CLASS Myrtle Laird Kelly Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Women ' s Council; B. S. U. Julian P. Langston Minden English-Social Science Lawrence Maxie Parr Upper Elcmeniary Y. W. C. A. Walter Ledet Abbeville Science K N, A A A " N " Club; Captain, Football, ' 38; Track; Newman Club; President, Newman Club; Student Council; Secretary, Interfra- ternity Council; President, Phi Kappa Nu; Fine Arts Club. IVL xine Locke Ringgold Upper Elementary Charles Loomis Clayton Commerce Co-Captain, Football, 1938; " N " Club. LoRENE Madden Heflin Commerce W. A A. Cabinet; Tennis. Robert Marshall Stonewall Commerce [36] Mrs. Annie Martin Cypress Engitsh-Social Science Una June Martin . . . English-Frencli Newman Club. Happy Jack WooDROW Martin Flatwoods Commerce Mildred Mason Fort Necessity Upper Elementary J. B. Maxey Calvin Commerce ITT Football, ' 36- ' 37- ' 38; " N " Club. Leora McGinty Ringgold Home Economics Jainies F. Merritt, Jr Benton A griculture-Science K N Demeter; Football, ' 34- ' 35; Track, ' 34- ' 35; President, Junior Class ' 36- ' 37; Student Council. James J. Mitchell .... Bossier City A griculture-Science K N Football, ' 35; Cheerleader, ' 36. [37] SENIOR CLASS Mary Frances Montgomery . . . Delhi Mathematics-Biology nAE, snP, KAH Y. W, C. A.; Junior Dramatics; Treasurer, Pi Delta Epsilon; Vice-President; Freshman Commission, ' 36- 37, Evelyn Morrow Pitkin Commerce Vera Moss Bell wood Home Economics CoRiNNE Murray Vidalia English-Social Science A S E Treasurer, Delta Sigma Epsilon. Grace Montgomery Kaplan French-English Maud Musgrove Shreveport Upper Elementary Frances Norman Jamestown Science AAA John Melvin Norris, Jr. . Natchitoches English-Social Science A Z Fine Arts Club; Cheerleader; Newman Club; Secretary, Lambda Zeta; Current Sauce; Dramatics; Y. M. C. A.; Glee Club. SENIOR CLASS [38] Louise Odoim Mooringsport Englisli-Social Science e 2 T Debate. Mrs. Hazel Patterson . . . Springfield Home Economics E. D. Perkins, Jr Natchitoches Matlicmatics- Physics AAA " N " Qub; Varsity Football, ' 36- ' 37 ' 38; Basketball, ' 36- ' J7- ' 38; President, Lambda Delta Lambda; Secretary, " N " Club. Frank Pernici DeRidder Commerce K N " N " Club; Newman Club; Football, ' 36. ' 37- ' 38; Track, ' 36- ' 37- ' 38. Virginia Phillips Provencal Kinder (jart en- Primary Emily Belle Platt .... Grand Cane Music Kin Treble Clef Club; College Octet, ' 36- ' 37; A Capella Choir; Y W. C. A. Eileen Porter Many English-Spanish Y. W. C. A. [39] SENIOR CLASS SENIOR CLASS Katherine Posey Coushatta Music Cecile Pou Shreveport Physical Education A ♦ r Y. W. C. A.; Cabinet; W. A. A.; Current S uce Staff. Aiimee Marie Pourciau .... Campti Englisli-Spanish 2 T r James Lynn Powell Boyce English-Social Science Sir Newman Oub Cabinet; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Reporter and Saga Correspondent Sigma Tau Gamma; Freshman Commission, ' 36- ' 37. A ' Dair Ragan Clarence Home Economics S S S, K A n Merrill Evelyn Raggio . . Natchitoches Music K A n Newman Club Cabinet; Treble Clef Club. Lucille Rambin Powhatan Commerce Catherine Lolita Rayburn . Hornbeck Home Economics [40 ] Bessie Clio Reding Pelican Kindergarten-Primary Mary Virginia Richard . . Washington Commerce K A n Fae Roark Jena Home Economics Y. W. C. A.; W. A. a.; Euthenics Club. Grace Stinson Rogers .... Arcadia Upper Elementary K A H Vice-President, Two-Year Class; Honor Student, Two- Year Class; Honor Student, Senior Class. Catherine Roy Mansura Commerce A 2 E Purple Jacket; Women ' s Council. Ben Hailey Rushing .... Chestnut Special K N Demeter, Pi Delta Epsilon. JuANiTA Russell Jena Commerce Treble Clef, ' 35- ' 37; B. S. U ZoK Sagrer.a Chenun Au Tigu Home Economics Newman Club Cabinet. [41 ] SENIOR CLASS SENIOR CLASS Maxine Sawyer Ferriday Kindergarten-Primary A 2 E Bernice Schexnayder . . . Port Allen Englisli-Social Science A S E Freshman Commission, ' 36- ' 37: Vice-President, Newman Club. ' 37- 38: President, Pan-Hellenic Council; President, Delta Sigma Epsilon; Women ' s Council, ' 37- ' 38, ' 38- ' 39. Myrtle Sewell Coushatta Commerce-Frencli Lc Cerclc Francais; Y. W. C. A. Esther Shaw Pollock English-Library Science J. R. Sherman Haynesville Music z T r Vice-President, Senior Class; Band; Tennis; " N " Club; Men ' s Council. Martile Sherman Haynesville Mathematics-Science A r, A A A, K A n Current Sauce Staff; Secretary, Lambda Delta Lambda; President, Davis Players. GussiE Short Winnsboro Physical Education Davis Players; Fine Arts; W. A. A.; Orchesis Club. L. W. SiGLER DeRidder Commerce [42 ] Ruby Lee Salter Florien Commerce LiNNiE Roy Simms Shreveport Home Economics Howard B. Smith DeRidder Music K A n Band; Glee Club. Marybelle Stayton .... IVIandeville Mathematics-Bioloijy e i: T, K A n, n i E Purple Jacket Club; President, Pi Delta Epsilon; Women ' s Coun- cil; Vice-President, Theta Sigma Upsilon. Mrs. AIa.mie B. Stixsox .... Melville Commerce Honor Roll; Summer, ' 38. Maxette Swett Natchitoches Kinder yar ten- Pri m a ry A i; A President, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Council. Marvix Taxxer Evergreen Upper Elementary ! K X. K A II, + A e Faculty Representative, Two-Year Class, Fall, ' 34; Freshman Commissioner, ' 3 5- ' 36. Jeaxxe Tardiff Napoleonville Kinder yar ten- Primary Newman Club; Women ' s Council, t4J] SENIOR CLASS Clarice Timmermann Marksville Upper Elementary K A II, A e Secretary-Treasurer. Student Body Association, ' 38- ' 39; Presi- dent, Y. W. C. A., ' 37-38, ' 38- ' 39; Vice-President, Putple Jacket Club, ' 38- ' 39; Student Council, ' 37-39; Discipline Committee, ' 38- ' 39; R. O. Council, ' 37- ' 38- ' 39; Women ' s Council; Acting Dean of Women during L. T. A. Convention. Joe Jo Tucker Leesville Music ASA Lois Turner Mindeii Eiujlisli-Lat ' tn i; II P. K A II. ! A O Vice-President, B. S. U. Council; President. Sigma Pi Rlio. Ray M. Turner Provencal Commerce ToiNETTE Wade Many Home Economics Euthenics Oub. Cleston Walker Pineville Commerce Edwina Walker Ashland Kinder (J arlen-Primary Gordon A. Wiggins . . Commerce i: T r, A r Waterproof Vice-President, Sophomore Class, ' 36- ' 37; Vice-President, Stu- dent Body Association, ' 37- ' 38; Student Council Chairman, ' 37- ' 38; Discipline Committee, ' 37- ' 38; Fine Arts; Football, •36- ' 37- ' 38; Track, ' 37- ' 38- ' 39; " N " Club; President, Sigma Tau Gamma, ' 37- ' 38, ' 38- ' 39; Sports Editor, 1938 Potpourri; Business Manager, 1939 Potpourri; Men ' s Council, ' 38- ' 39; Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Council, ' 38- ' 39. SENIOR CLASS 44 1 ] Iary McDowell Wilke . . . RinggoKl Music 2 2 2 Purple Jacket Cluh; A Capclla Choir. Eleanor Willlams Benton Englisli-Sodal Sclcnc c IT K :i, K A II. A e. A F Purple Jacket Club; Prusident. B. S. U.; President, Phi Alpha Theta. ' i7- ' i» President. Women ' s Council. ' 37- ' 38; Dis- cipline Committee. " 37- " 38; Society Editor. Current 5 ruct-, ' 37- ' 38; Pan-Hellenic Council. Isabel Willia.ms Natchitoches Physical Ediuation A Pan-Hellenic Council. Mary Catherine Williams . . . Boyce Kinder (jartcn-Pri mar y fc) 2 T, K A 11 President, Purple Jacket Club, ' 38- ' 39; President, Kappa Delta Pi, ' 38- ' 39; President, Theta Sigma Upsilon, ' 38- ' 39; Band Sweetheart, ' 37- ' 38; Pan-Hellenic Council, •37- ' 38, ' 38- ' 39; Women ' s Council, ' 37- ' 38, ' 38- ' 39. LiDA Elizabeth Wilson Dixie I ' pprr Elementary A 2 A Secretary, Alpha Sigma Alpha. ' 38 ' 39. Mary Wimrerly Ringgold Enijlisli-Social Science 2 2 2, A e Purple Jacket Club; President, Phi Alpha Theta; Women ' s Council, ' 37- ' 38, ' 38- ' 39; Vice-President, Women ' s Council, ' 38- ' 39; Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 38- ' 39; Vice-President, Sigma Sigma Sigma. ' 38- ' 39; Potpourri Staff. ' 38- ' 39. Doris Windhaai Blanchard Enijlisli-Latin 2 II I ' , A ' I ' r Secretary, Sigma Pi Rho, ' 37- ' 38, ' 38- ' 39; Lesche Contest Winner, ' 38; Art Editor, Currcnf Suucc, ' 38- ' 39; Davis Players. Margie Winn Marthaville Home Economics [45 ] SENIOR CLASS Mrs. Ray Womack .... Hall Summit Commerce Clyde Woods Natchez Com mcrce S T r Current Sauce; Davis Players; Y. M. C. A. Mrs. J. S. Woods ZwoUe Kindergarten-Primary Dorothy Wyatt Winnfield Commerce Chester Winfiele Young . Church Point Upper Elementary K N, K A II, ' I A e Freshman Commissioner, ' 35- ' 36; Faculty Representative, Two Year Class, Winter, ' 35; Class Representative, Senior Class, Summer, ' 38; Mattie O ' Daniel Award, Summer, ' 38; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, ' 35- ' 36. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS John Renwick President Theron Maddox Vice-President Annie Laurie Poe Secretary-Treasurer Miss Catherine Winters Sponsor JUNIOR CLASS [47 1 JUNIOR CLASS DORRIS ADAMS COUSHATTA Home Economics V V V Euthenics Club; W. A. A.; Debate Club; Women ' s Glee Club, LUCIA ALCOCK Natchitoches Cojnmerce ASA GERTRUDE ALFORD Oscar Physical Education A S E Pi Delta Epsilon; President W. A. A.; Newman Club. ELLEN L. ANDERSON BOYCE Kinderc ar ten-Primary e 2 T Orchcsis Club; Y. W. C. A. Cab inet; W. A. A. ADA ANDREWS Delhi English-Social Science e s T EVELYN ANDRUS Lake Arthur Commerce A S E RUTH ALLISON Ida English-Library Secretary, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Reporter, Senior Dramatics; Secre- tary, B. S. U. Council; Vice-Presi- dent, Freshman Commissioners, 37- ' 38. GWENDOLYN BLAKE Olla Kindergarten-Primary MELVIN BRADLEY Sarepta Commerce 2 T r Y, M. C, A,, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; B. S, U., ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Student Coun- cil, ' 38, ' 39. DOROTHY BRAUD Larose Physical Education e S T W. A. A.; Newman Club; Fresh- man Commissioner; Junior Dramat- ics Club. [48] r 49 1 JUNIOR CLASS ELEANOR BROWN Jasper, Texas Music Band. ESTHA LEE BRUMLEY Natchitoches Commerce JOY BURNHAM Haynesville Home Economics President, Euthenics Club; Vice- President, B. S. U, Council; Purple Jacket. BARBARA BUTLER WiNNSBORO Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. JO T. CALHOUN MiNDEN Home Economics i i; E President, Freshman Commissioners. Y. W. C. A. ELOISE CASSELL PiNEVlLLE Encjlisli-Social Science MARY CHRISTIAN Grand Cane Upper Elementary ! A e MARJORIE CLINTON PiNtVILLE Music A I E RUTH E. COCKERHAM Shreveport Ene lisli-Library CORINNE COOK PlNEVlLLE Matli-Cliemistry X S 2 Alpha Phi Gamma, President; Y. W. C. A.; Debate; News Editor, Current Sauce. JUNIOR CLASS Z. T. CRAFT Anacoco English-Social Siience 2 T r Secretary-Treasurer. Y. M. C. A.; Treasurer, B. S. U. Council; Glee Club. ELIZABETH DANIEL Ida Kindergarten-Primary Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. HELEN DAVIS Haynesville English-Library BERNADETTE DILL Donaldsonville Kindergarten-Primary e X T Newman Club; Freshman Commis- sioner; Treble Clef. DOROTHY DOWDY Junction City English-Latin VERA DUGGER Oil City Math-Biology n A E Secretary, Pi Delta Epsilon; Y. W. C. A. CHARLES R. DUPLY, JR. Grand Cane Commerce z T r Treasurer, Sigma Tau; Cheerleader, ' 37, ' 38, 39. FRANK C. EASON Monroe Science T r Football; Sergeanc-at-Atms, Sigiiij Tau Gamma. LeMERLE elston Haughton Kindergarten- Primary n K 2 Phi Alpha Theta. JOYCE ELLA FALCON White Castle Upper Elementary Newman Club. £50] JUNIOR CLASS GENE FLEMING Ferriday English-Library ALMA FLUITT Haynesville Music A 1 A FRANCES M. FOI RNET Natchitoches Commerce A X A EVORA GAAR DODSON Home Economics Band; Euthenics Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: O- Council. MARJORIE GAUNT Shreveport Home Economics AXE Fine Arts Club; Euthenics Club. LOIS GELLATLY ZWOLLE Home Economics Euthenics Club; Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet; Purple Jacket; President, A Dormitory; Secretary, Women ' s Council ELSIE JANIS GIBBENS Plaquemine Home Economics Y. W. C. A. SHIRLEY GEILING Baldwin English-Library n K X Phi Alpha Theta. ABILENE GINDRATT ZwOLLE Cotnmerce Purple Jacket; Women ' s Council; Y. W. C. A.; Delegate to Blue Ridge, N. C; R. O. Council; Fresh- man Commissioner. LUCILLE GOOLSBY Win NFIELD Home Economics Y. W. C. A.; Euthenics Club. [51] JUNIOR CLASS CHARLES GREEN Colfax Pliysics-Cliemistry A Z Lambda Delta Lambda. ROSIE RITA GUIDRY Cut Off e 1 T Upper Elementary Newman Club; Women ' s Council. BESSIE GUILLORY Chataignier Physical Education n A E Band; Newman Club. VIRGINIA HADNOT Natchitoches Home Economics THERESA HARBOL RT St. Gabriel English-Library A r, K A II Newman Club Cabinet; Ptesidcnt, Juniof Dramatics; Reporter, Special Writer, Office Manager, News Edi- tor, Currenl Sjuce. MARTHA EFFIE HALL New Iberia Englisli-Social Science A i: E Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Freihman Commission. LESSIE D. HARDIN HOSSTON Music Y. W. C. A.; A Capella Choir. CLAIRE HARGIS Natchitoches Physical Education ASA Pi Delta Epsilon. FRANCIS HERMAN Shreveport Commerce STL Newman Club; Dramatic Club; Glee Club. SAMMIE HILL Natchitoches Music A S E [52] JUNIOR CLASS MARJORIE HOLLOWAY Holly Ridge English-Social Science II A e Secretary, Phi Alpha Thcta; Y. W. C. A.; Current S uce. PAULINE HONEYCUTT Natchitoches Physical Education e s T Current Sauce. ELIZABETH HUCKABAY Harmon Home Economics Senior Dramatics. RUTH HUGHEN Grayson A ' ind erijarlen-Pr i tn a ry J I MM YE JACKSON Mansfield . Art Editor, Potpourri; Fiine Arts Club. ANISE JONES DeQuincy Home Economics Euthenics Club. LaVERNE killen Natchitoches Music A i A Kappa Delta Pi; Purple Jacket Club; B. S. U. Council; Band; A Capella Choir. ELEANOR KINCAID WiNNSBORO Home Economics Euthenics Club; Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet; Davis Players. DORIS KINCHEN Independencl Physical Education II A E Debate. DOROTHY KING West Monroe Kinder ff art rn-Primary S 2 Z 5J 1 JUNIOR CLASS WILDRED LeBLANC LOCKPORT Kindergarten-Primary Newman Club Cabinet; W. A. A.; Dormitory Council, K. A. LOE Arcadia Agriculture Sir THERON MADDOX Haynesville Commerce S T r Vice-President, Junior Class; " N " Club; Football; Track. LEONORA MAJOR Ventress upper Elementary JULIA MASON WiSNER Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. lafreda maxwell Hebert Physical Education W. A. A. JANE McCARDELL Franklin Physical Education n K 2 Fine Arts Club; W. A. A. Cabinet. charlerose miller Natchitoches Math-Science mackie v. miller Natchitoches Commerce Debate. FARRIS MODISETTE Haynesville English-Library Band; B. S. U. Council; Treble Clef. [54 1 JUNIOR CLASS MARGARET MORGAN Keatchie English-Social Science A S E PAT MURPHY Natchitoches English-Social Science A Z Alpha Psi Omega; Phi A!phi Theta;; President, Lambda Zeta; President, Alpha Psi Omega; Presi- dent, Interfraternity Council; Dvbate; Dramatics; Vice-President, Davis Players. MARY NEESON Benton Home Economics Secretary, Euthenics Club; B. S. U. Council. JIMMIE PERKINS Natchitoches A griculture-Science A Z Demeter; Vice-President, Lambda Zeta; Dramatics; " N " Club; Bas- ketball. LAURA PITTS Castor Science n A E ANNIE LAURIE POE Alexandria Music 2 S S Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Class. MARCILE PRUDHOMME Bermuda Commerce ASA Newman Club. LOUISE REEDER Haynesville upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Current Stiuce Staff. JOHN RENWICK Monroe Commerce ITT Freshman Football. ' 36; Varsity Football. ' 37. 38; President, Sopho- more Class; President, Junior Class; Secretary, Sigma Tau; Track. VIRGINIA RIDGE Alexandria Physical Education W. A. A. [ 55 ] JUNIOR CLASS WILLIAM RIGDON COUSHATTA Englisli-Sodal Science K N Current Sauce; Debate. ABE RHODES Waterproof Commerce s T r Secretary, Sigma Tau; President, Pi Omega Pi MILDRED RHODES Grand Cane Home Economics ASA Current Sauce; Euthcnics Club. MYRTIS RUSH Alexandria Commerce ANNIE SARTALAMACHIA Violet Home Economics Vice-President, Euthcnics; Ncwm;;n Club. MARION SEE Franklin Kindrrejari en-Primary n K S PAULINE SIKES Winnfield Music A Capella Club. CHARLES SPEARS WOODSIDE .7 (jriculture-Science A A Demeter. JIMMIE STRAUGHAN Colfax Commerce A E E SIBYL SWAZEY Nebo M.usic [ 56] JUNIOR CLASS JO TARLTON Natchitoches Kindergarten-Primary A i: A HELEN TOWNSEND Crowley Commerce ASA ELLA MAE TURNER WlSNER Upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. NANN UPTON Rayville upper Elementary Y. W. C. A. ALICE VOLTZ Washington Enfftis i-Soeial Science + A e Purple Jacket Club; Women ' s Coun- cil; President, B Dormitory. ESTA MAE WADE Jena Kindergarten- Primary Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; A Capella Choir; W. A. A. MARION WAGUESPACK Rita Upper Elementary Newman Club Cabinet; Junior Dra- matics. ANN WALDRON Oil City Home Economics V V V Y. W. C. A.; Euthcnics Club; Senior Dramatics. DOROTHY WALKER Jena Home Economics MARGARET C. WATKIN3 Natchitoches Home Economics e 2 T Euthenics Club. [ 57] JUNIOR CLASS JOHNNIE VEE WHITE Pioneer Upper Elementary MARY BELL WHITE Vivian English-Social Science 2 S 2 Phi Alpha Thcta; Alpha Phi Gam- ma; Kappa Delta Pi; President, Sigma Sigma Sigma; President, Pan- Hellenic Council; Purple Jacket Club; Potpourri. RALPH WHITENER GOLDONNA Agriculture K N PATSY WILLIAMSON Colfax English-Library MARGARET WOOD DeQuincy Commerce Freshman Commissioner; Y. W. MARION WINN Lake Arthur Comynerce Y. W. C. A. C. A. EDNA YOUNGBLOOD Montrose Upper Elementary OFFICERS Roland Migues President DoNNiE Waller Vice-President Helen Lowe Secretary-Treasurer Mr. H. J. CoLViN Sponsor SOPHOMORE CLASS [59] SOPHOMORE CLASS VIRGINIA ARMOUR MARGERY BABIN VELMA BARRILLEAUX LORA BENNETT KEATCHIE LAPLACE HARMON ' W INNSBORO English-Library EiKjlish-Lihrary Commerce Commerce Q T A E A i; A ELIZABETH AUSTIN MOORINGSPORT Kindergarten-Primary MARY ANN BARR COLUMBUS Commerce NOLA BEASLY HARRISONBURG Upper Elementary Treble Clef THELMA BISHOP CHESTNUT English-Social Science Y. W. C. A. VEYE AVERETT SIBLEY Commerce BONNIE BARRILLEAUX HARMON Home Economics A 2 A FRANCES BELCHER BENTON Commerce n K S MAE BONIN NEW IBERIA English-Social Science A 2 E Newman Club [60] SOPHOMORE CLASS MIKE BOZEMAN NITCHITOCHES Special JOHN BUTLER COUSHATTA Agricultural Science VELMA BREITHAUPT J EX A Home Economics KATIE BOUCHER SPRINGHILL Commerce LILLIAN BROUSSARD BREAUX BRIDGE Upper Elementary IVA BLANCHE BUTLER OIL CITY Music ASA MILDRED BRASHIER DOWNSVILLE Commerce JUNE BOOKTER ST. FRANXISVILLE Commerce LAVERNE BROWN HARRISONBURG Home Economics DORIS BUIE SULPHUR Kindergarten-Primary Y. W. C. A. : Treble Clef MADELIN BRADY MONTROSE Commerce VESTA CAILLOUET LOCKPORT Physical Education e S T; W. A. A. Cabinet; Freshman Commission. [61] SOPHOMORE CLASS JANET CAMPBELL LAURINE CASSEL SYBIL CHILDRESS O. C. COATS DUBACH CONVERSE HAVNESVILLE EPFS Physical Education Commerce Commerce Upper Elementary 2 2 2 Y. W. C. A. A 2 E 9 2 T " Current Sauce " : Y. W. C. DORIS CARTER UNDINE CATHCART JULIETTE CLEMENT MABLE CONERLY BELMONT SPRINGHILI, LAPIACE SHREVEPORT Commerce Commerce Upper Elementary Home Economics Freshman Commission IT K 2 A I " Current Sauce " [62] SOPHOMORE CLASS LOVIE CORLEY FLORIEN Commerce LITHA DAVIS TROUT Home Economics A 2 E Freshman Commission ; Vice- President, Davis Plavers; Eu- thenics Club; Y. W. C. A. WARRICK DICKSON SHREVEPORT Biology Chemistry Band DORIS DONALDSON DRV PRONG Physical Education WILMA E. DOUGLAS GRAYSON " Upper Elementary B. S. U. MARGUERITE DUPONT GOOD HOPE English-Library " Current Sauce " VIRGINIA DOWNS SHREVEPORT Music ASA Y. W. C. A.; Junior Dramatics LEILA MAE DUPREE NEW ORLEANS Home Economics ■V V WILBURN DIX ZIMMERMAN Science 2 T r Davis Players; B. S. U. Council; Vice-President, Y. M. C. A. EDNA MAE DONALDSON RESERVE English-French JOHN DUFFY DETROIT, MICHIGAN English-Social Science 2 T r Debate; " Current Sauce " JOSEPHINE DUPUY MARKSVILLE English-Social Science e 2 r [63] SOPHOMORE CLASS LEXXIS DURRETT ARCADIA English-Library A 2 E DAISY BELLE EDGERTOX COUSHATTA A 2 E LOUISE EDWARDS MANY Home Economics ■V V V GLORIA ELDRED OAKDALE Home Economics SUE STELL ELLETT MOORIXGSPORT Kindergarten Primary Y. V. C. A. DOROTHY EUBAXKS SHREVEPORT Commerce A 2 A Junior Dramatics; " Current Sauce " JEWEL FARRINGTON PLAIN DEALING Upper Elementary IMOGENE FERGUSON OIL CITY Home Economics V MALCE FITTZ WINN FIELD Mathematics-Chemistry IREXE FORTE WHITE CASTLE Commerce Newman Club CAMILLE GAAR DODSON Home Economics Y. W. C. A.; A Capella C IXEZ GAMBLE GRAND CANE Kindergai ten-Primary A 2 A MARGIE GATHRIGHT NATCHITOCHES Commerce ASA GEORGE GIBBONS PLAQUE.VIINE Pre-Medicine 2 T r [oir CAROLYN GIBSON OIL CITY English-Library A 2 A [64] SOPHOMORE CLASS MABLE GREEN NEWELLTOK Physical Education Y. W. C. A. GENEVA HAGEWOOD NATCHITOCHES Commerce SCOTT HALE WATERPROOF Science CHARLES T. HALL MONTROSE Chemistry-Physics Glee Club; B. S. U. MARY VIRGINLA HATHORX HAYNESVILLE Commerce ■V " V V Pan-Hellenic Council STAFFORD C. HINES INNFIEI.D Co m merce-C hemistry BERNICE HOLLAND DE RIDDER Commerce RUTH HOLLEY PIONEER Upper Elementary PERRY HOLLIS OAKDALE Commerce T r GEORGE HUGGINS, JR. HAI.L SUMMIT .V ijriculturc-Science MARGIE JOHNSON BOVCE Physical Education GERALDINE JONES OAKDALE Home Economics A 2 E J. H. JONES, JR. DE QUINCY Science 2 T r Fre hman Commision ; Band YVONNE JONES SHREVEPORT Com merce A 2 A Y. W. C. A; Potpourri CHARLOTTE JORDAN MOBILE, ALA. English-Social Science n K 2 " Current Sauce " [65 ] SOPHOMORE CLASS ELVIA KINCHEN INDEPENDENCE Home Economics Debate CHARLES WARREN KINNEY HILBOURNE A griculture BESSIE KLING DUTCHTOWN Commerce KATHERINE KOON BOVCE Home Economics Y. W. C. A. LUCILLE LACAZE NATCHITOCHES Upper Elementary EULA MARY LaCOUR BATCHELOR Home Economics A 2 E Newman Club ALMA LOUISE LATHAM MANSFIELD Home Economics 2 2 2 Euthenics Club BEATRICE LAW MARTHAVILLE Commerce KATHERINE LAZARUS WINNSBORO English-Social Science A 2 E MARION LEE BENTON Com merce HAS Senior Dramatics; Y. W. C. A.; President, Presbyterian Young People ' s Union VIRGINIA A. LEWIS PELICAN Home Economics GENE L ' HERISSON COUSHATTA Commerce A 2 E Newman Club; Junior Dra- matics HELEN LOWE HAYNESVILLE Home Economics 2 2 2 Secretary, Sophomore Class EARLENE MADDEN WINNSBORO Kindergarten-Primary MARIE LOUISE MARIN PATTERSON Home Economics n K 2 Newman Club [66] SOPHOMORE CLASS MARJORIE MAYS GREENWOOD Kindergarten-Primary MARY ADA McCLURE LEESVILLE Commerce 2 2 2 BONNIE McFATTER DEQUINCV English-Library Y. W. C. A. INEZ McGHEE VILLE PLATTE English-Library Freshman Commissioner Y. W. C. A. WILBUR McSHERRY MIDLAND Mathematics-Biology K N ROLAND MIGUES KINDER A griculture-Science 2 T r ' arsity Football ; President, Sophomore Class; Student Coun- cil J. D. MILEY OAK GROVE Pre-Legal JOSEPHINE MILLER HAVNESVILLE English-Speech DOROTHY MIZELL FOREST HILL Physical Education 2 2 2 RUBY MONKS WELSH English-French Freshmen Commissioner Y. W. C. A. ALICE MAE MONTZ LA PLACE Commerce A 2 E Newman Club EVELYN MORRIS PINEVILLE Commerce YVONNE ORR NATCHITOCHES Home Economics VEGA PERKINS DEQUINCV Physical Education Y. W. C. A. ALLEN M. POSEY COUSHATTA A griculture-Science [67] RUTH PROCTOR URIANA Commerce CAROLYN REED LAKE PROVIDENCE Home Economics e 2 T Dormitory Council RUBY IRENE RIDDICK DE RIDDER Music A Capella Choir; Junior Dra- matics; Y. W. C. A. INA RIKARD ATLANTA Home Economics THERESA RISTOM STARKS Commerce d 2 E Secretary, Freshman Class FAY ROBERTS MARTHAVILLE Commerce Band EOLIAN ROGERS SALINE Music ELIZABETH ROSS PLEASANT HILL Upper Elementary DOROTHY ROYSTON NATCHITOCHES Home Economics GWENDOLYN RUSSELL MANSFIELD Physical Education A 2 A TESSIE SCHEXNAIDRE SHREVEPORT Physical Education MARJORIE SH ELTON WATERPROOF Home Economics Euthenics Club; Junior Dra- matics MILDRED SIMPSON SHREVEPORT Commerce DORIS SMITH SALINE Kinder art en- Primary HARRV SOMPAYRAC NAICHITOCHES . (jriculturr-Science 168] SOPHOMORE CLASS ANGELIQUE STAFFORD ALEXANDRIA Commerce A 2 E FERNE SULLIVAN SHREVEPORT Home Eionomics A 2 A ' Current Sauce " ; Y. W. C. A. LaVANIA TAYLOR MONROE Upper Elementary ■V V V MARIE L. THIBODEAUX napoleonville Englisli-Frericli AARON USSERY GEORGETOWN M at he matics-C li c mistry MARJORIE VIDRINE VII.LE PLATTE Commerce Band DONNIE WALLER HAVNESVILLE Commerce 2 T r Vice-President, Sophomore Clas JACK WARNER NATCHITOCHES Aejriciillure-Science 2 T r Demeter LOIS WATSON NAICHIIOCHES M us ' ic KITTY WEBB HANNA Commerce MARJORIE WHITLEY ROB ELI NE EtKjllsIi-Soc ' ial Science PARKER A. WIGGINS WATERPROOF Commerce 2 T !■ Football; Track; President, Freshman Class, 1937; " N " Club RUTH WRIGHT WELSH English-Library Freshman Commissioner Y. W. C. A. BETTY WYATT KEATCHIE Kindergarten-Primary e 2 T [69] OFFICERS David Bramlett President Tom Schwalm Vice-President Theresa Ristom Secretary-Treasurer Mr. S. W. Nelkin Sponsor FRESHMAN CLASS [71] FRESHMAN CLASS Ruby Mae Adair . . Bossier City Engliih-Library ASA Enola Adams . . . Shreveport Kinder gar ten- Primury EuLORA Adams . . . Jonesville Kinder gar t en ' PrimjTy Frances Alexander . Natchitoches Physical Education Evelyn Allen . . . Kentwood Physical Education Warren Allen . . . Wiimfield Pre-Law Mildred Atwood .... Trout Home Economics Maxine Aycock . . . Pineville upper Elementary Joyce Bachemin . . Covington Physical Education Kitty Baham .... Oakdale Library Mary E. Barr . . Natchitoches Home Economics AuRiTA Barton . . . Dry Prong Music Natile Bass Campti Home Economics Clara B. Baudain . Youngsville Home Economics Georgia Signer Jena Commerce Mildred Black . . Natchitoches Commerce Bii.lie Bolton Saline A griculture-Scienee Ann Louise Bonin New Iberia Commerce Anna Ruth Bordelon . Mansura Home Economics English-Library Mae C. Bordelon . . . Hessmer English-Library Phoebe Bowman . . . Berwick Mustc Carol R. Boyd .... Campti Home Economics David Bramlett . . . Arcadia Commerce 4 K X; Freshman Class. President; Captain, Freshman FootbaU. Mary June Brewster . Choudrant English-Library [72] FRESHMAN CLASS June Brickei.i, . Smakover, Ark. Engliih ' Libtdiy Billy Butler Jones Commerce Catherine Carroll . Logansport Commerce Mary A. Brignac . Fr. Settlement Commerce Emma Byrnes Wisner Art CoRRiNNE Carver Mooringsport Commerce Loyce Brounax . . Natchitoches Upper Elementary C. M. Caillouet . St. Francisville Home Economics Elaine Carville . . Placjuemine Physical Educatton Elsie Rita Broussard . Sarrento Pre-Medical Shelia Caldwell . . Shreveport Kindergarten-Primary Arrie Chandler .... Colfax Agriculture -Science Delaney Brown . . . Mansfield Commerce Beity L. Campbell . . Jennings English-Social Science Nettie Mae Chaumont . Elton Upper Elementary Elizabeth Burford . . Gloster Home Economics Lynette Campbell . . Leesville Commerce Ar tlla Cockerham Shreveport Engltsh-Latin Janey Burkhalter . . Ringgold Upper Elementary Erlene Cannon . Music Wisner Dorothy Colvin . . Natchitoches Special J. B. Burns Anacoco Agriculture -Science Mildred Cantwei.l . . Winnfield Commerce Ruth Colvin .... Mansfield Commerce [73] FRESHMAN CLASS Carolyn Cook .... Pineville upper ElementdTy Foster Dauzat . . . Marksville A griculturf -Science Beverly Dumestre . New Orleans English-Social Science Texie Cooper . . Harrisonburg Home Economics Doris Davis . . . Marthaville Home Economics Ellen E. Durham Natchitoches Home Economics Dillon Corley . . Natchitoches Commerce Nan Davis Dubberly Pbysicjl Education Yvonne Erwin .... Watson Physical Education Opal Crittenden . . . Belhvood Commerce Wade Davis .... Alexandria Mat hematics -Science Dorothy Etheredge . Natchitoches Commerce Marion Cromwell . Logansport English-Library O ' Neal Decoteau . . Hammond Commerce Dorothy Evlers . . Shreveport English-Social Science Marie Cross .... Monterey Home Economics Fay DiDiER .... Marksville English-Library Clara Fairless . . . Shreveport Upper Elementary Joycelyn Crowe . . Oak Grove Kinder gar ten -Primary Allecra Doughty . . Manifest Physical Education BiLLijUNE Few . . Natchitoches Commerce Sallie Curry . . Harrisonburg Home Economics Byron Dowty . . . Alexandria English-Social Science Marion Fisher . . . Le Blanc Home Economics [74] FRESHMAN CLASS Betty Fletcher . . Shreveport Frances Gibson . . Montgomery Marguerite Grow New Orleans Kinder gar ten -Primary Physical Education Physical Education Frances Flournev Haynesville Coram e Gidlow . . . Kinder Hai.i.ie CiUNTER .... Elmer Upper Elementary Kindergarten Primary Home Economics Mary Ethel Flowers . . Erath Judith L. Gilbert . New Orleans Hazel Holloway .... Delhi Physical Education Upper Elementary Pre-Medtcal Zella Louise Folds . West Lake Marelle D. Greene Provencal Norman Hanchev . . De Ridder English-Social Science Mat hematic s-Sctence Mathematics -Science Betty Ann George . . Welch Viva Dee Greene . . New Era Dale Harlan . . . Natchitoches Commerce Upper Elementary Mathematics -Science Jaunita George . . Flat Woods Henry Gregorio . . . Powhatan Earline Harris 011a Home Economics Pre-Medtcal Home Economics Mary Jane George . . . Welch Sidney Gremillion . Shreveport Otha Harrison . . . Leesville Home Economics Kindergarten-Primary A griculture-Science Dorothy J. Gibbs . Brownw ' d, Tex. Jewell Grice .... Pelican Elouise Hartwell . . DeQuincy Home Economics Commerce Kindergarten-Primary [75] FRESHMAN CLASS Beatrice Hemphill . . Wisner Kinder gar ten- Primary Bessie Hudson . . . Plaquemine Home Economics Irma L. Jeannsonne . Marksville Engliih-Library DoROiHv Henderson . D ' nh ' m Spg?. Engliih-Freneh Mary M. Hughes . Natchitoches Commerce Pauline Jobe . . . Natchitoches Commerce Marv v. Henry . . Natchitoches Mu-U Ruth Higginbotham . . Angola Home Economics Anna Rose Hill . . Alexandria English-Library Winifred Hilliard . Natchitoches Upper Elementary Mildred Hopgood . Pleasant Hill Upper Elementary Virginia Holstead . Bossier City Upper Elementary Lulu Belle Humphries . Columbia Home Economics Ethel Hunt Eunice Upper Elementary Wallace Hunter . . Alexandria English-Social Science Adeline Hyams . . Natchitoches Physical Education MiNERViA Ann Hvnson Bunkie Commerce Robert L. Ivy .... Ashland Commerce Joyce Johniken . . . Pelican Music Mary Johnson . . Shreveport English-Speech Maxine Johnson . . . Rodessa Upper Elementary Neil H. Johnson .... Otis English-Social Science Genevieve Jones . . Shreveport Commerce Ruby Jones .... Franklinton Home Economics I 76] FRESHMAN CLASS Georgia Kemp Amite Commerce Ben LaGrone Colfax A gnculture-Sctcttce Vivian M. Langley . . Welch Engti h-French Sue Kennedy .... Winnficld English-Speech Justine Ruth Lambert . . Innis Home Economic i Marguerite Lanier . Winnfield Commerce Ann Kilman . . . Natchitoches Engltih-Spcech Ai.iDA Lambeih . . Bossier City Commerce Carrie L. Leatherman . Fordoche Commerce Elaine Kinchen . . . Watson Library-English Iris Landrum . . . Natchitoches Commerce AvA Louise Lester Coushatta Johnnie King . . West Monroe Physical Education Hetty Mae Lattier . Natchitoches Commerce Kathleen Little . . English-Library Leesville Marjorie C. Kenny . Morgan City Musk Shirley Lindsay- . . Natchitoches English-Social Science Versa Maf Lively . . Engluh-Ltbrary Columbia Charlene Killgore . . . Lisbon Physical Education Albert Long . . . . Shreveport English-Social Science Verlon Lovell . . . Physical Education Winnfield Sue Irma LaCour . . Batchelor Commerce Jeanette Langlois . New Roads Physical Education Wanda Lovvry . . . Haynesville English-French [77] FRESHMAN CLASS Virginia Mackey .... Jena Commerce Leland Megasen . . . Robeline Mathematics- Physics Nell Nabours Many Commerce Vivian M. Marcei.i.o DeRidder Home Economics Adele Messa ... St. Bernard Kinder gar ten -Primary Vei.ma Nance Dixie Commerce Frances Martin .... Sibley Commerce Eva Middleton . . Marthaville Upper Elementary Helen Newman . . Natchitoches Home Economics Melva Marie Mayson . LeMoyne English-Speech Norma Mobi.ey . . . Coushatta Upper Elementary Doye Noble .... Converse Physical Education Helen McLean . . Natchitoches Commerce Leonie a. Moncla Moreauville Physical Education Willie Marie Norris . Natchitoches English-Library Margie McLean . . Ale.xandria Enghth-Library Annie L. Montgomery . . Delhi Commerce Alireda Nunez .... Arabi Physical Education Mildred McMichael . Cotton V ' l ' y English-Social Science Kathalene Morrow . Haynesville Home Economics Margaret Owens Hall Summit Upper Elementary Geraldine Means .... Ida Upper Elementary Toleda Murrell . . . Bentley Commerce ' irginia Owens . . . Lee.wile English-Speech [78] FRESHMAN CLASS Jacques O ' Quikk . . Shreveport A griculture-Scicnce Adeline Posey . . . Coushatta Physical Education Mary L. Reed . . Lake Providence Kindergarten -Primary IvA Eari, Partov . Lake Charles Kindergarten-Primary Bessie A. Posey . . . Coushatta Commerce Ada Lee Ricks . . . Mansfield Music Martha W. Payne . Grand Cane Commerce Elva Posey Coushatta Commerce Jeit Ricks .... Franklinton Music Ernestine Perritt . . . Sibley Commerce Lucille Posey .... Zwolle English-Library Margaret Rinaudo New Roads English-Social Science VV. L. Pharris .... Robeline Mathematics -Biology H. L. Prather, Jr. . Natchitoches Pre-Law Beulah Rivers . . Jackson, Miss. Commerce Myrtle Ppiillips . . . Provencal Special Maurice Price . . . Montrose Commerce Betty Ann Roy . . Marksville English-Social Science Mary E. Pipes . . . Collinston Commerce Byrum Rawls . . . Coushatta A gricultural Science Gladys Russell . . . Calhoun Home Economics Vaunceil Plaunche. Plauncheville Home Economics Alethia L Redd . . Newellton Upper Elementary Mildred Russell .... Jena English-Speech 179} FRESHMAN CLASS Annie Laurie Sandel . . Gandy Katherine Shaw . . Ringgold Dorothv Smith .... Hodge Commerce Home Economics Commerce Dorothy Sanders .... Flora Maxine Sikes . . . Winnfifld Loi.a Smith Oxford Kindergiirtert-Primary Commerce Home Economics Adair Scherz .... Keatchie A. ' . Simmons . . . Kisatchie Marie Smith .... Coushatta Commerce Commerce Phy.icul EJiication Marv L. Schi.ernitzauer . Vivian Elaine Simmons .... Gretna Mar Corinne Smiih . Amite Commerce L pper Elementary Commerce Tom Sciiwai.m . . New Orleans Mar Alice Simons . . . Boyce Mei ba Smith .... Winnfield Commerce Home Economics Commerce Pauline Scott Boyce Gladys Simpson . . . Cousliatta Nan Marie Smiiti . Alexandria Physicdl Education Home Economics Commerce Marie Sexton .... Rodessa Helen Sirman .... Florien Or ti.i.e Smith ... St. Joseph Upper Elementary Muthem,itics-Biology Home Economics Neoma Sexton .... Minden Chrisitne Slack . . Shongaloo Adele Spann .... Clarence Home Economics Kinder ar ten-Primary Commerce [80] FRESHMAN CLASS Sarah E. Sikuari A iijic Amite George A. Stokes . . W ' iniifield EngUfh-Socidl Science Margaret Straughak . . Colfax Home Economics Marie Tatum Noble Home Economics Frances Terrili. . . Winnfield Uppei Elementary James Tii.r.EV .... Mansfield Commerce Eunice Thompson Marthavillc English-Social Science Judith Tomlinson " . Natchitoches Home Economics Rita Treuii. . . . Belle Chasse Physical Education Grace Opai, Tullos Dry Prniifj Commerce Hazel Turner .... Vivian Commerce Athalie Ward . . Natchitoches Home Economics Kelly Ward Gilbert Music Elva Warner . . . Natchitoches English-Library S Bii, ' EBB Robeline Alusic Alton Wells . . Pleasant Hill Music Lucille Whittington . ' ille Platte Music J. E. Williams, Jr. Coushatta Commerce Juanita Williams Natchitoches Home Economics Margaret Williams . . Anacoco Commerce Betty Willis . . . Natchitoches Home Economics Marilyn Wood . . . Winnfield Physical Education La Merle Woodfin . Logansport Commerce Edd Wooten Temple Commerce Ted Wright .... Guin, Ala. Agricultural Science Verline Wyatt . . Natchitoches Home Economics [81 ] c T I V I T I E A COMPOSITE OF ACTIVITIES THEY RULED In the absence of the Administration and Faculty, during the Louisiana Teachers ' Convention, the students have the opportunity to guide and direct the academic and administrative affairs of the college for the period of two days. Sitting in Picture Jack Burgess • President of ihe College Clarice Timmermann . • Dean of Women Standing Edmond Saucier Dean of Students Julius Bradley Dean of the College [85 ] JACK BURGESS EMMETT COPE CLARICE TIMMERMANN STUDENT The Student Body Association of the Louisiana State Normal College was or- ganized in 1927 with the election of a presi- dent, a vice-president, a secretary-treasurer and ten members of the Student Council. To make the Council a representative part of the student body, members were selected from the outstanding organizations of the campus. The student body officers became the officers of the Student Council; the Vice- President of the Student Body acting as President of the Council, the Student Body President as Vice-President of the Council, and the Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Body as secretary of the Council. Other members were elected as representatives of the Newman Club, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., the two publications, Senior Class, Junior Class, Sophomore Class, and three were elected from the student body at large. [86] THE STUDENT COUNCIL BODY ASSOCIATION Officers Emmett Cope President Jack Burgess Vice-President Clarice Tim.mermann Secretary The Student Council is the executive body of the Louisiana State Normal College and is composed entirely of students. Its duty is to supervise the activities of the different organizations and to bring these organizations into closer co- operation with one another. The membership of the Student Council is made up of the following: the three student body officers, Jack Burgess, President; Emmett Cope, Vice-President, and Clarice Timmermann, secretary; the president of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes, Roland Migues, John Renwick, and Julius Bradley, respectively; the editors of the Potpourri and Current Sauce, Steve Harmon and Norman Dowty, respectively; the president of the three religious organizations, Walter Ledet, Newman Club; Hugh Carter, Y. M. C. A., and Helen Byers, representative from the Y. W. C. A., and three representatives from the student body at large, Melvin Bradley, John D. Bell, and John Elkins. [87] POT EDITORIAL STAFF Steve H. Harmon Editor IVIarv Bell White . . . Assistant Editor Mary Wimberly .... Associate Editor Henry F. Glass Spots Editor Rl ' bv Hammonds .... Society Editor Yvonne Jones Class Editor STEVE H. HARMON Editor A Word From the 1939 Staff Every college annual proposes to review and crystalize the school year that its memory may be perpetuated. The Potpourri is no exception, but we believe this volume goes farther in trying to present Normal at its finest; to show her high-ranking position among institutions in the South. If we accomplish our purpose of bringing Normal College more clearly into the public eye, we shall feel that our work is a success. [88] O U R R I BUSINESS STAFF Gordon A. Wiggins . Business jManager Sydney Gremili.ion . Circulation Manager JiM.MYE Jackson Artist F. C. Eason Artist R. L. RoPP Sponsor C. AI. Cunningham . . Faculty Adviser D. VI. Scott Photographer GORDON A. WIGGINS Business Manager STAFF AT WORK €L CURRENT EDITORIAL STAFF Norman Dowtv Editor John Duffy Henry F. Glass Theresa Harbourt Corinne Cook Guy Shehane Jack Fisher Dorothy Eubanks Wallace Hunter Elaine Carville James Anderson NORMAN DOWTY Ed if or Journalism on the campus as relatively represented by the Current Sauce, official paper of the student body, underwent no extraordinary changes inas- much as the pubhcation dates and format of previous issues were retained. Such innovations as were instituted were concerned with technique and poUcy. From the technical viewpoint the paper was changed in makeup so as to conform with the latest concepts of functional journalism. The Current Sauce was departmentalized to make for more effective coverage and presentation. Chief of the politic changes was the enlargement of the college paper ' s scope so as to present a representative picture of not only college activities but also college thought here and elsewhere. [90} Current Sauce Staff i DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE Burgess COLVIN Cope Crowder Fox Prather TiMMERMANN The Discipline Committee acts as a judiciary in all cases concerning infractions of major rules in which the punish- ment of suspension or expulsion may be involved. These cases may be either appealed from the Women ' s or Men ' s Councils or presented by the Dean of Students. The com- mittee is composd of six faculty members and six student members. [92] Black. Breaux, Gellatly, Gindratt, Guidry Hughes, Stay ton, Timmermann, Voltz, Williamson, Wimberly WOMEN ' S COUNCIL Officers Bertha Louise Crowder President Mary Wimberly Vice-President Lois Gellatly Secretary The Women ' s and Men ' s Councils were organized in 1936 as provided for by the student body constitution as it was revised at that time. The Women ' s Council is composed of the president and vice- president from each dormitory and from the olf-campus students. The Men ' s Council is made up by the president and vice- president from each dormitory and from the off-campus students. The councils are both executive and judiciary in function, their purposes being to encourage the conformance to rules and to act upon cases of violation. MEN ' S COUNCIL Officers Hugh Flournoy President Patrick. Murphy lice-President Gordon Wiggins Secretary Flournoy, Hargis, Murphy, .Sherman, Wiggins. [93 ] THE 193 8 HOMECOMING Dean Rogers addresses the Homecoming crowd. Sophomoric Halfback Migues tosses one the night before the " Big Game. " Uptown the Demon followers " whoop it up " in the morning. Jubilantly the Student Body return to the campus. Lovely girls distribute doughnuts and welcome to the visitors. One of the many pleasant duties of the " Red Shirts. " " Just before the battle " — Louisiana Demons vs. Mississippi Statesmen. That ' s it, Dowty, cheer the poor fellow up. A fancy exhibition by the Drum Majors — Alexander anc McLean. " Well, I ' ll tell you when the war department speaks. " This freshman coed will always remember the gala day The Theta Sigs offer their services with a smile. At the half the coaches bellow and the Queens are intro duced. Little Bobby Aillet, the greatest of all the Demon sup porters. I ' n THE 1938 HOMECOMING " Now the two teams line up for the kick-off. " Kirkpatrick watches Ledet get off a long boot. These five co-eds are confident of a Demon victory. " I don ' t get it, but I ain ' t mad! " A Purple Jacket relaxes. " Blub " Miller must have been playing a whale of a game. That ' s me in the white, Ma. A " Penny " for your thoughts. Rest Period . . . the alumni pose. A Demon back breaks into the open. The Bell twins — Ding and Dong. A 42-0 smile. The freshman cheering section. THE BAND THE BAND ON PARADE " N " Formation. On Parade Between Halves. Future " Tutors of Tooters. " Chime Does Not Pay. The Percussion Section. Marching Band. Concert Band. AROUND THE CAMPUS " Campus leave; " men students stroll town- ward. " De ole lady han- dles ' em rough. H. Lee, Jr., and Bobby con- verse with co- eds. Marie, Lou and correspondence. After so long a time — and still a chaperon. Sweeney and Ruby talk about the weather (?) and . . . " Dr. Benny with the morning re- fill. " Women students participate in many activities. CAMPUS COUPLES " A loaf of bread . . . and thou beside me " Dot and Tyler. ' ' A growing f riendship " : Maxine and Steve. " Small fry " : Pic- colo and Bon- nie. " Over the top " : Margaret and Jimmy. " New Orleans J it te rbugs " : Tom and Lou. " The Drummer Man and his Kitty " : Mary C. and Fisher. " The Normal e r r I e r s : Snooky and Willard. " This happens ev ery da y " : Marie and Frank. ■if — Syncopation Administration Exultation Concentration Exhilaration Recapitulation Cooperation Rejuvenation CANDID CAMERA At Left Students registering between terms. Sunday mornings find many church goers between " The Hill " and town. Tom Elkins and " Fats " Sig- ler hold the Sunday lunch spotlight. Tickets please — but not to Niagara Falls. Two cute Pi Kaps even though they are only pledges. Those Lambda Zetas must have a way. This is a long story but un- doubtedly there must have been a football game. At Right Part of the Potpourri staff knocks off. Daffy Duffy spells it " bored. " The folks from back home " enjoy " the Sabbath Day with us. Our prexy gets in his bit between bites. Their first college excursion, no doubt. The Christmas pageant cast. Coming events cast their shadows . . . Maxey. That good old college spirit. Sunday morning but they ' re going toward a church. Part of the Spring training grind — the enjoyable part. T H L E T I C r €CTI9 ALL r SKIPPERS HARRY " RAGS " TURPIN Coach GUY NESOM Coach DR. C. C. STROUD JOE AILLET Assistant Coach Ml ' I LEE AND SMITH Managers AND THE BOYS Finishing the last half of the season with a winning spurt that gave them four victories out of five games played, Coaches Turpin ' s and Aillet ' s 1938 Demon football team compiled a ' 50-50 " record of five wins and five losses. Dogged throughout with injuries and unfortunate breaks the Demons at mid-season had only one win to show against the four losses on the other side of the ledger. Continuous pounding at touchdown doors began to bring results, how- ever, and four consecutive victories were notched on their Captain Walter Ledat, Guard mm Perkins, Scurria, Ledet, Flournoy and Miller stop Mississippi ' s attempted drive. Captain Charles Loomis, Back A tense moment on the Demons ' Bench. EMMETT COPE Quarterback ESTLE ' KIDD ' FARR Center belts. Playing for the Little-Four Cham- pionship in their final appearance of the season, the Purple and White clad players had a pass to back-fire and lost to the Southwestern Bulldogs 7-0. Opening against the powerful Centenary Gentlemen of Shreveport, the Demons yielded two touchdowns and a safety and lost 14-0, Even with Weenie Bynum, sec- ond-string All-S. I. A. A. in perfect stride, Sophomore Parker Wiggins, pointing to his future brilliant play, was the stand-out on the field. The East Texas Teachers were next on the schedule, and led by Tully, Little All- American back, chalked up a 19-6 victory. Steve Harmon ' s 68-yard touchdown jaunt, the longest of the season both for and against the Demons, was the highlight of the game. A third consecutive loss was handed the Ncrmalites by the Sam Houston Bear Kats. With seven injured regulars on the side lines, the Demons lost 14-6, Wiggins ' plunge from the six-yard line resulting in their only score. HUGH FLOURNOY, Tackle J. P. RUSSELL, E. H. GILSON, Quarterback SAM SCURRIA, Center DUDLEY HILLMAN. Guard ROY GENTRY Tackle HAMPDEN " SHUG " MURRELL Halfback Still without a tally in the win column, the Demons met the Southeastern Lions here on the new athletic field and com- pletely outplayed the visitors to register a 6-0 victory. Murrell ' s pass to Black that was good for 55 yards in the last minute of play gave the local team its margin of supremacy. Fired over their lone win, in spite of the five regulars that were injured, the local squad, the following week, invaded the lair of the Louisiana College Wildcats and, in a thrill-packed game, emerged on the little end of a 17-14 score. A pass from Barber to Ulmer gave the Central Louisi- ana team first blood but it was quickly tied by a pass from Murrell to Perkins. The Demons then forged into the lead with a pass from Murrell to Pernici. This lead was dissipated in the third quarter as an- other connection was made by the Wildcat passing combination of Barber and Ulmer. In the last few minutes of the fourth quarter, the Wildcats took the ball on the Demons ' thirty-yard line, from where Bar- ber, on third down, kicked a perfect field goal. Undaunted still, the Purple and White team met the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at ermisslon with Tobe. FRANK EASON Guard STEVE HARMON Halfback the stadium on the State Fair Grounds in Shreveport. Trailing six points for fifty- five minutes, the local team, with Murrell passing, worked the ball down to the nine- yard line, from where three passes were thrown into the end zone before Migues caught the fourth for a touchdown. Ledet then kicked the extra point that gave the local squad its second victory. Once more on their home field, the Nor- malites turned on a crushing attack that swamped the Mississippi Delta Statesmen 42-0. Loomis, Wiggins, Scurria, Pernici, Tyler and Jackson all scored touchdowns; and Saucier converted three times, Ledet twice and Renwick once to complete the total points. For the third consecutive time the De- mons remained on top, as they defeated the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks in Nacogdoches the following week, 6-0. Al- though penalized 125 yards, a pass from Wiggins to Perkins again paid dividends and the local squad had four wins to show. Accomplishing what only Ole Miss among nine other opponents had been able TOM ELKINS, Tackle EDMOND SAUCIER, Guard [ 117] J. B. MAXEY, Tackle MILLER, Tackle THERON MADDOX, End ALMAN MARRON, Quarterback V. A. DUNHAM Tackle PARKER WIGGINS Halfback to do, Coaches Turpin ' s and Aillet ' s charges two weeks later, on the streng th of Steve Harmon ' s twenty-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, upset the powerful Mississippi State Teachers, 6-0. Then, with the Little-Four Champion- ship at stake, the Demons invaded LaFay- ette Thanksgiving Day and completely outplayed the Southwestern Bulldogs, only to lose 7-0. A pass which was intercepted on the local squad ' s thirty-yard line placed the Bulldogs in a position to score. A pass from Montgomery to Abel, All-S. I. A. A. back, who had been and from then on, completely bottled up, scored the touch- down. Although the season was even insofar as games won and lost were concerned, a study of the statistics of all ten games reveals that the Demons are ahead in practically every phase. Coaches Turpin ' s and Aillet ' s squad scored 94 points to the opposition ' s 77, and rolled 2,330 yards from scrimmage or approximately one and one-half miles. On the other hand, their opponents were able to chalk up only 1,148 yards, less than half as much. In the course of this WILLIE BLACK Halfback ERNEST TYLER, End The Demons ' single wing back formation off on an end sweep. E. D. PERKINS, JR. JOHN ELKINS HARRY CREIGHTON End End End marching the local team made 109 first downs to the 77 that were made against them. The opposition gained a slight ad- vantage in passing only, attempting 127 heaves, 44 of which were completed for a total of 651 yards or an average of 14.5 yards for each completion. The Demons attempted 121 passes and completed 29 for a gain of 438 yards or an average of 15.3 yards for each completion. In a squad of thirty-three men, twenty- seven of which earned letters, fourteen are seniors. The graduating class contains three ends, E. D. Perkins, Jr., John El- Icins, and Gordon Wiggins; three tackles, Maxey, Tom Elkins, and Flournoy; a cen- ter, ' ' Kidd " Farr; four backs, Loomis, Per- nici. Cope, and Harmon; and three guards, Russell, Hillman, and Walter Ledet, who was selected by the Associated Press for a position on the first string of the All-S. I. A. A. team. The crowd blows . . . S. L. I. ' s offense halted All-S. I. A. A. Abel nailed in his tracks . . . . . . Harmon clicks off twenty yards . . . Classy Spring training soup . . . Officials, Gentlemen and pair of drum majors and legs . . . Freshman enemy Demons . . . Wiggins on a long end run . . . unable to gain . . . Henry F. takes a snap . . . Seniors line up for the last time . . . All brawn — no brain. [ 121 ] Front Row, left to right: George Martin. Rupert Boucher, Talbert Simpson. J. C. Byrum, Ralph Priest, E. L. KeUy. Sollie Meyer. Gus Boucher, David bramlett, Joe Michotti. Back Row: Otha Harrison, John Blalock. Burley Fuselier, Charles Kelly, Ned Henry, Coach Guy Nesom, Nathan Knight, Tom Schwalm, Parnell Stockstill, Harold Minter, Tom George. FRESHMAN FO Coach Guy Nesom ' s 1938 Freshman Football Team ended the season with a perfect record, insofar as games won and lost is concerned, re- maining undefeated in the four contests. Only a tie with the Louisiana Tech Bullpups mars, slightly, the schedule. In the first game of the season the Imps met the strong Mansfield High School squad and with Boucher doing all the scoring, emerged the winner by a 13-0 margin. Against the DeRidder High Dragons, the De- mon underlings, scoring at will, won 39-0. Gus Boucher again set the pace, accounting for 20 of the points. Then doped the underdogs against the Tech Bullpups, who were rated the best first-year squad TBALL RESUME in the history of that school, a fact substantiated by a 12-6 win over the Centenary freshmen, Coach Nesom ' s charges completely outplayed their opponents but had to be content with a 7-7 tie. Boucher circled end for twelve yards and a touch- down and Ted Wright of Guin, Alabama, con- verted for the extra point. Still in the role of the underdogs, the Imps, in a game played on the new Athletic Field, Ar- mistice Day, met and defeated the Southwestern Bullpups by a 20-7 score. The South Louisianians, by dent of a 20-6 victory over the Loyola Uni- versity Frosh were rated one of the finest freshman elevens in the South. Boucher tallied three times for the Imps. The fine defensive play of Minter, Blalock, Harrison, Captain Bramlett and Priest completely throttled the Pup ' offense. [ 122] BASKETBALL THE l938- ' 39 BASKETBALL As a result of their Winning ten conference games and losing only three, to earn the invitation, the Demon basketball team climaxed the 1939 season by advancing to the semifinals of the S. I. A. A. conference tourna- ment held in Bowling Green, Kentucky, losing to Western Kentucky Teachers, the ultimate cham- pions, 44-33. showing in the conference tournament the local college cagers were extended an invitation to compete in the National basket- ball tournament at Kansas City. Opening with a 35 to 25 win over the Stetson University quintet of Florida, the Demons nosed out Murray Teachers of Kentucky by a score of 43 to 41 in the quarter-final round the next night to make the season record stand 16 wins and 4 losses. Coach Lee Prather ' s squad was additionally honored when two members of the team were placed on the All-S. L A. A. squad to give the college its f irst duet on the mythical conference squad in the history of the cage sport here. E. D. PERKINS JOHN ELKINS All-S. I. A. A. TANDY JACKSON All-S. I. A. A. Tandy Jackson, Junior forward, who scored 201 points during the regular season and 33 in the tournament, for a total score of 234 and John Elkins, Senior guard, who scored 113 points during the regular season and 14 in the confer- ence meet for a total score of 127 were selected from the Purple and White color bearers. In the twenty games played this season the Demons have won sixteen and lost four for a .800 average. After avenging an earlier nine point defeat by swamping the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 58 to 38 to conclude the season, the [ 124 ] SEASON records show that the team has defeated Centenary three times, Louisiana College twice and South- western, Alabama Teachers, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi State Teachers, Stetson University, and Murray Teachers once in conference circles and Stephen F. Austin, Southeastern of Hammond in single games and Magnolia A. and M. in a twin bill in non-conference games this season. Games dropped by the Prather-coached team are one each to Southwestern, Centenary, Louisi- ana Tech and Western Kentucky. I 125 ] TRACK DEMON TRAC K Rear Row: Coach Turpin, Steve Harmon, Billy Parker, Walter Ledet, Milton McGee, Tom Elkins, John Elkins, Burnell Webb, Captain Doug Williamson, and Gordon Wiggins. Front Row: Joe Moncla, E. H. Gilson, Willard Jackson, John Renwick, Merce Sneed, Hampden Murrei.l, Olan Campbell, Frank Pernici, Theron Maddox, Ralph Tassin, and Julius Scott. [ 128] THE 193 8 SEASON Topping the season with the S. I. A. A. championship, Coach " Rags " Turpin ' s 1938 Demon trackmen ended one of their most successful years of competi- tion. Opening in the strong Southwestern Relays, the NormaHtes in competition with Rice, L. S. U., Stephen F. Austin, Tulane, and Southwestern, gained third place. Parker ' s 196 foot, 5 inch heave of the javelin was the highlight of the meet and the only first place earned by any Demon. In a triangular meet with L. S. U. and Southwestern, the Purple and White clad squad placed second to the " Ole War Skule, " Parker again winning the javelin throw. The Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, the fiirst opponents met on the home track, were defeated 65 to 52 by the Demon spikemen, who piled up eight first and seven second places. Ledet was high point man with firsts in the shot put and the discus. Still before a local audience, Coach Turpin ' s charges next defeated the South- western Bulldogs 66 to 51, compiling nine first and seven second places. Ledet and Webb tied for scoring honors, each with two first places to his credit. Then in Pineville, May 7, the Demon trackmen ran off with the S. L A. A., scoring 91 2 3 points to second place Southwestern ' s 53. Twelve first, three second, and eight third places were stacked up by the local squad to carry off the honors. BILLY PARKER S. I. A. A. Javelin Champ DOUGLAS WILLIAMSON Captain 1938 Season [ 129] FRESHMAN TRACK Harry " Rags " Turpin Coach Guv Nesom Coach NUMERAL MEN Wylie Cummings Perry Mollis Roy Laprousse Stanley McCoy Roland Migues " Red " Lee Frank Pruitt C. L. Starnes Ernest Tyler Parker Wiggins Ernest Wright SCHEDULE Southwestern Frosh 53 Normal Frosh 24 The Imps placed second in the S. I. A. A. meet. and Wright. [ 130 ] TENNIS JOHN D. BELL JACK FISHER TH 1939 SCHEDULE Louisiana College Centenary Mississippi College Oklahoma Teachers Louisiana College Louisiana Tech Mississippi State Mississippi College Centenary Millsaps Stephen F. Austin Louisiana Tech SHERMAN, CAUSEY, FISHER, BELL TENNIS SEASON Although the schedule contained fewer matches than usual the 1938 Demon tennis season was successfully completed with a record of five wins and three losses. The Demon netmen gained victories over SpringhiU College of Mobile, Alabama, two over the Centenary Gentlemen and two over the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks. Two losses were handed the local players by Louisiana Tech and one by the Louisiana College Wildcats, constituting their only setbacks. Captain John D. Bell continued his brilliant college career by winning six singles victories at the Number 1 post. Bell ' s two losses were to Russ of Lousiana Tech, whom he had previously defeated and Hixon of Louisiana College. Hixon had been defeated by Bell four times during the two previous seasons. At the number two position Billie Pate Causey broke even with four wins and four losses, as did Jack Fisher, the number three player. E. L. Cross ended his collegiate competition at the number four ranking with three matches won and five lost. At the number five post, J. R. Sherman won two matches and lost none. The number one doubles team composed of Bell and Fisher went through the season undefeated, compiling six wins in all. Causey and Sherman, the second ranking doubles team won three matches and lost five. CAUSEY AND BELL WOMEN ' S SPORTS wo MEN ' S A class in Archery. Ping-Pong games are plentiful. Women students are taught the funda- Softball adds to the variety of women ' s mentals of basketball. sports. [ no3 SPORTS Miss Davion plays croquet for recreation. Miss Bedingfield drives a long one. And Miss Brand pitches horseshoes. Badminton comes in for its share of play. A doubles team on the concrete courts. [ 137] W. A. A. Basketball officials are trained. Miss Guillory misses the shuttlecock. Getting set for tennis warm-up. Miss Bedingfield returns a high shot. Not a bad record thar girls. W. A. A. Modern dance classes. Mirrors are used in dance routines. McCardell and Aycock tumble for the pho- Some people call this tumbling, tographer. Members watch demonstrations closely. [ 139] T E r E T E EUGENE WATSON, CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, MURPHY ROGERS THE L. S. N. C. BEAUTIES CHOSEN BY STUDENT BODY MEMBERS AND THE THREE FACULTY BACHELORS Even a bachelor ' s heart goes pitter-patter when it comes to choosing beauty at the Louisiana State Normal College as is indicated by our bachelors three of the college faculty who dis- miss education for meditation in naming the 1939 Yearbook queens. [ 143] MISS ELIZABETH BURFORD MISS MARJORIE GAUNT MISS ANNIE LAURIE POE OTHER MISS EVELYN MORRIS MISS FRANCES RAE ALEXANDER MISS LITHA DAVIS MISS MARIE ARNOLD JACK BURGESS MARY WIMBERLY E. D. PERKINS, JR. His dependability, leadership, and personality For scholastic attainments, and for honesty, For his athletic ability and his friendly at- gain for him unquestioned recognition. sincerity, and straightforwardness titude toward others THE SENIOR STEVE H. HARMON Because he has fully justified responsibilities entrusted to him, and because he combined athletics with other activities. MARY IDA AYCOCK For her leadership in different phases of extra-curricular activities and for her strength of character and charm of personality. WALTER P. LEDET He exemplifies the finest type of leadership on the athletic field, in fraternal work, and religious activities. [ 152 j JULIUS BRADLEY For his recognized leadership of his class and tor his participation in religious, fraternal, and executive activities. CLARICE TIMMERMANN Because of her Inspirational leadership and nobility of purpose and her modest, unas- suming character. EMMETT COPE The possessor of character of deep strength — an admirable athlete. HALL OF FAME ELEANOR WILLIAMS Possessor of enviable scholastic qualities, un- selfish desire to help others, and pleasant sincerity. GORDON WIGGINS He has had an invaluable part in the success of athletics, publications, and fraternal activilies. MARY CATHERINE WILLIAMS She personifies ease of leadership, v illing- ness to serve, and a winning personalit . [ 153 ] Burke, Conway, Fuller, Gelpi, Henson, Madison, Smith. White STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Elective Members | | 8 The Honorable A. J. Gei.pi First District ' " ' " ' " NEW ORLEANS Mrs. Ei,eanor H. Meade Second District f. J f GRAMERCY The Honorable W. J. Burke Third District NEW IBERIA The Honorable E. A. Convva - .... Fourth District BATON ROUGE The Honorable George T. Madison . . . Fifth District BASTROP The Honorable H. H. Holi.owai- .... Sixth District ROSELAND The Honorable Parrish Fuller . . . Seventh District ' The Honorable H. H. White Eighth District ALEXANDRIA Appointive Members The Honorable W. A. Montgomery .... Lafayette Dr. C. C. Henson New Orleans Dr. C. W. Smith Ruston ' " ■ ,.j„ M Executive Comimittee ' - n u ii tfillMlll l - ' State Normal College I H HH The ' ' ' Baton Rouge Chairman Mrs. D. C. Scarborough Natchitoches DR. THOMAS H. HARRIS »-pHE Honorable J. H. Henry Melrose State Superintendent of Education and Chairman of Executive Committee for State Normal College. Unable to secure photographs. [ 154] PHOTOGRAPHER SCOTT ' S UNHERALDED CAMPUS BEAUT UNDINE CATHCART— " Eager, " MILDRED BLACK— " Lovely, " WILMA LE GENDRE— " In- terested, " HELEN NEWMAN— " Candid, " FREDA MAXWELL— " Tomboy, " THERESA RIS- lOM— " Sopliisticated, " BEATRICE DURHAM— " Pensive, " BESSIE GUILLORY— " Cute, " MARY SCHLERNITZAUER— " Poiu. " [ 1551 Aycock, Breaux, Dili, Eubanks, Harkey. Hathorn, LcGendrc, McCardell. Schcxnayder, Swett, White, E. Williams. I. Williams, M. Williams, Wimberly. WOMEN ' S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Officers Mary Bell White • . . • President Mary Catherine Williams I ' ice-President Mary Ida Aycock RnorJing Secretary Makette Swett . . . Correspondintj Secretary The Pan-Hellenic Council is Bernice Schexkayder • ..... Treasurer composed of the President and ' Annetta L. Wood . . . Faculty Advisor two representatives from each sorority. It directs all sorority MEMBERS affairs, especially in regard to . •, ... , . J , , . , , Delta Sigma tpsilon Sicima Siama Stqma rushing and the relations of the j t j j j , _., Bernice Schexnayder Mary Bell White sororities to one another. The ., , . ,, , . Mary Virginia Harkey Mary Wimberly council has full authority to .. £ ' . , WiLMA LeGendre Mary Virginia Hathorn settle questions of controversial nature which may arise between ,1 ■■ , Tlieta Sigma Upsilon and among the sororities on the campus. The Pan - Hellenic Mary Catherine Williams Council sponsors a tea in the Myriam Breaux fall for all women students who Bernadeite Dill have enrolled in the college for the first time. Each spring the ( Ppa Sigma Alpha Sigma Alpha council honors its members and Mary Ida Aycock Manette Swett faculty advisor with a dinner at Eleanor Williams Isabel Williams the Hotel Nakatosh. Jane McCardell Dorothy Eubanks [ 159] Alfoid, Aiidrus, Atwood, Bonin, Calhoun, Campbell. Childress, Clinton, D ' Abadie, L. Davis, M. Davis, Durrett, Kdgeiton, Gaunt, Hall, Harkcy, HUl, Jones, E. Lacour, S. Lacour, Lazarus, LeGendre, L ' Harrison, Montz, Morgan, Riston, Roy Sawyer, Schexnayder, J. Straughn, M. Straughn, Willis. DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon was founded at the Louisiana State Normal College March 26, 1926, It was the first organization of its kind on the campus and was founded with the assistance of Presi- dent V. L. Roy. Mrs. Roy, Mrs. Stroud, and Mrs. Breazeale were the first patron- esses, and Miss Georgine Hughes was the faculty adviser. One hundred and thirty- six girls have been initiated into Phi Chap- ter since its origin. Today the chapter has twenty-two actives and twenty-two pledges. [ 160] Officers Bernice Schexn ' Avder . . President Helek D ' Abadie . . . Vice-President Mary ' . Harkev . Recording Secretary Catherine Roy . Corresponding Secretary Corinne Murray Treasurer Gertrude Alford .... Chaplain Alice Mae Montz Sergeant-at-.hms Martha Effie Hall . . . Historian Marjorie Gaunt . Social Service Clirn. Jo T. Calhoun Reporter Bernice Schexnayder Mary Virginia Harkey CoRiNNE Murray Frances Allday WiLMA Le Gendre Sammie Hill Frater in F.acult.ate Miss Annetta L. Wood Class of igjg Margaret Hicks Catherine Roy Marjorie Davis Ei.oisE Major Lillian Kelley Maxine Sawyer Class of ig40 Eleanor Hughes Helen D ' Abadie Gertrude Alford Evelyn Andrus Alice Mae Montz Marjorie Babin Mae Bonin Class of 1 94 1 Jo T. Calhoun Margaret Morgan Litha D.avis Geraldine Jones K.atherine Lazarus Lennis Durrett Class of 1942 Marjorie Gaunt JiMMIE SlRAUGHN Martha Effie Hall Sybil Childress Marjorie Clinton Angelique Stafford Mildred Atvvood Ann Bonin Corinne Carver Betty Campbell Sue Lacour Adeline Hvams Theresa Ristom Daisy Bell Edgerton Eula Lacour Margaret Straughn Mary Margaret Hughes Gene L ' Herrison Betty Willis Mrs. C. C. Stroud Patronesses Mrs. Bre. zeale PHI CHAPTER OF Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1914 Established at the Louisiana State Nor- mal College, 1926 Colors: Green and Cream Mrs. Alleman [ 161 ] Alford, Arnold, Aycock, Brown, Butter. Caldwell, Cappel, Carroll, Colvin, Cook, Cook. Cromwell. Dupree, Edwards, hldred, Eylcrs, Ferguson, Hammonds. Hathorn, Johnson, King, King, Latham, Lowe. McClure, McLean, Mizell, Morrow, O ' Neal, Poe, Rivers, Schlernitzauer , Sexton, Smith, Smith. Stewart, Stovall, Taylor, Waldron. White, Wimberly, Woodfin. SIGMA SIGMA SIG A On April 20, 1898, the first chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded at Farmville, Vir- ginia. It is one of the two charter members of the Association of Education Sororities. Al- pha Zeta Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was established on February 17, 1928. Since that time one hundred and thirty-five girls have been initiated into the chapter. It is the aim of the organization to promote close friendship within the small group without impairing the relations of its members with non-members. Alpha Zeta is proud of its record since its es- tablishment at the Louisiana State Normal College. [ 162] Officers Mary Bell White Mary Wimberly . . . President Akk Waldron ' Treasurer rice-President Helen Lowe . . Reeording Secretary Corinne Cook . Correspondinc Secretary Faculty Adviser Miss Thera Stovall Margaret Cappel Mary Wimberly Mary Bell White Ass Waldron Annie Laurie Poe Mary Virginia Hathorn Helen Lowe LuLA Mae Dupree Marie Arnold Maxine Aycock Sheila Caldwell Maxine Johnson Dorothy Mizell Mary L. Schlernitzauer Sarah Stewart Mrs. Guy Nesom Class of 1939 Hilda Ann Hair Doris Butter Class of 1940 Dorothy King Sara Alford Class of 1 94 1 (Gloria Eldred Ruby Hammonds Imogene Ferguson Mary Ada McCi.ure Class of 1942 Catherine Carroll Carolyn Cook Johnnie King Kathalene Morrow Marie Sexton La Merle Woodfin Marion Cromwell Patronesses Mrs. Thelma Mitchell Mrs. Edwin L. McCi.ung Clarice O ' Neal Mary Fae Colvin Mildred Brown Corinne Cook Dorris Adams Sybil Smith Louise Edwards Alma Louise Latham Janet Campbell Dorothy Eylers Margie McLean Beulah Rivers Mary Smith Ethel Flowers June Brickell Mrs. Tommie Pierson [ 163 ] Anderson, Andrews, Armour, E. Breaux, M. Breaux, Burford, Caillouet, Chazc, Coats, Crowe, Dill, Dumestre, Dupuy, Ford, George, Guidry, Honeycutt. Koon, Odom, C. Reed, M. Reed, Roy, Scherz, Scayton. Williams, Wyatt, Carville. SIGMA UPSILON Kappa Chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon was founded in 1928 on the campus of the State Normal College. Her activities, celebrations, entertainments, and efforts are all directed toward her open motto, " The Higher Good. " The national aim of Theta Sigma Upsilon is ' to produce women that are noted for their sagacity, simplicity, sincerity, stability, and sym- pathy. " Kappa is proud of her record for the year 1938-39. THETA [ 164 ] i OF Officers Mary Catherine Wii.mams President KAPPA CHAPTER Marvbelle Stavton " rice-President EvELYK Breaux . Secretary Bernadette Dill Treasurer Lucille Anderson . Chaplain Bernadette Dill Pan-Hellenic Represenlati-vc Myriam Breaux Colleijiate Representative Colors: Miss Hope Haupt Advisor Pink and Silver Marybelle Stayion Myriam Breaux Bernadeite Dill Claire Watkins Carolyn Reed Vesta Caillouet Dorothy Braud Beverly Dumestre Ann Hynson Elaine Carville Joycelyn Crowe Class of 1 939 Evelyn Breaux Mary C. Williams Class of 1940 RosiE t;uiDRV Class of 1 94 1 Josephine Dupuy Verdye Mae Chaze O. C. Coats Class of 1942 Katherine Koon Betty Ann Roy Mary Lucille Reed Veronne Ford Louise Odom Ada Andrews Lucille Anderson Betty Ida Wy.att Virginia Armour Polly Honeycutt Mary Jane George Betty Ann George Elizabeth Burford Adair Scherz [ 165 ] Aycock, Belcher, Belisle, Bowman, Cathcart, Elston, Few, Geiling, Grow, Jordan, Kemp, Kenny. Lee, McCardell. Maiin, Norris, Pipes, Potts, See, Sikes. Williams. P I KAPPA SIGMA Pi Kappa Sigma was established nationally in 1894 at Michigan State Normal, Ypsi- lanti, Michigan. Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma was founded May 25, 1928, and now has twenty- four active mem- bers and pledges. Since its establishment at the Louisiana State Normal College in 1928, Alpha Delta Chapter has recorded one hundred and eleven initiates. I 166] Officers Mary Ida Avcock . . . • • Prcsidnit Jane McCardeli • I ' ice-Presidinl Undine Cathcart • . • . Recordimj Secretary Marion Lee Corrrspiinduu Kditur Marie Louise Marin . . • • . Correspandiiuj Sfcntary Shirley Geiling Treasurer Marion Sherman Seryeant-at-.lrms LeMerle Elston • Reporter Marion Lee Keeper of Arclii ' ves Miss Debbie Pinkston . • Adviser Class of 1939 Eleanor Williams LhMerle Elston Mary Ida A cock ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER OF nK 2 Colors: Blue and Gold Jane McCardell Frances Belcher Undine Cathcart Margaret Grow Phoebe Bowman Margie Kenny Mary Pipes Mrs. Arthur Watson Class of 1940 Shirley Geiling Class of 1 94 1 Charlotte Jordan Marion Lee Class of 1942 Shirley Potts Dorothy Belisle May Bell Patronesses Mrs. Lily Ducournau Miss Mary Winters Marion See Marie Louise Marin Marion Sherman Willie Marie Norris Maxine Sikes Josephine Miller Georgia Kemp Mrs. Woodruff McCook [ 167] w ■■■1 M IHBSF 0 HP ■ % Adair, Alcock, Alexander, Allums, Ballard, Barr, B. Barrilleaux, V. Barrilleaux, Butler, Caillouet, Caraway, Colvin, L. Downs, V. Downs, Eubanks. Fluitt. Fournet, Gamble, Gathiight, Gibbs. Gibson, Gremillion, Hargis, Johniken, Johnson, G. Jones, R. Jones. Y. Jones, Killen, Lambeth, Lester, Lovell, Martin, Nance, Prudhomme, Russell, Sullivan, Swett Tarlton, Tomlinson, Townsend, Williams, Wilson, Newman. SIGMA ALPHA Alpha Sigma Alpha, a national sorority, was founded November 15, 1901, at the Virginia State Normal College in Farm- ville, Virginia. It is one of the two charter members of the Association of Educational Sororities. Psi Psi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha was established at the Louisiana State Nor- mal College May 31, 1930, and now has a total of fifty-one members and pledges. ALPHA [ 168] Officers Manette Swett Preiideni Claire Hargis Editor Josephine Tarlton I ' ice-PresiJcnt Angie Dell Ballard . . Corresponding Secretary LiDA Wilson Secretary Dorothv Eubanks . Pun-Hellenic Representatire LaVerne Killen Treasurer Yvonne Jones Registrar Lois Downs Chaplain Isabel Williams . . . Collegiate Representative Adviser Miss Clio Allen Angie Dell Ballard Isabel Williams Class of 1939 Joe Jo Tucker Manette Swett PSI PSI CHAPTER OF Ai A Colors: Red and White Lois Downs LiDA Wilson Lucia Alcock Josephine Tarlton Class of ig o Mildred Rhodes Frances Mae Fournkt Alma Fluitt Clare Hargis Laverne Killen CURDICE Allums Carolyn Gibson Iva Blanche Butler Gwendolyn Russell Dorothy Eubanks Class of IQ I Bonnie Barrilleaux Velma Barrilleaux Yvonne Jones Virginia Downs Frances Thomas Inez Gamble Margie Gathright Mary Allen Caraway Ferne Sullivan Lucy Townsend Mary Elizabeth Barr Dorothy Colvin Ava Louise Lester Frances Rae Alexander Marcille Prudhomme Judith Tohlinson Joyce Johniken Class of igi2 Cecil Mae Caillouet Joyce Bachemin Frances Martin Helen Newman Thelma Palmer Genevieve Jones Alida Lambeth Verlon Lovell Velma Nance Virginia Johnson Nan Davis Sidney Gremillion Ruby Mae Adair Dorothy Jean Gibbs Mrs. W. E, Brock Patronesses Mrs. Ruby Dunckleman Mrs. Harry Sudd TiI Mrs. a. J. Hargis [ 169 ] Bradley, Glass. LedeC, Lee, McLean, Murphy, Rigdon, Waller, Wiggins INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council was organized at the Normal in the Spring Term of 1938 to create a more congenial rela- tionship between the fraternities on the campus and to assist in the making of a bigger and better Louisiana State Normal College. The organization is composed of three representatives from each fraternit}-. It directs all fraternity affairs, especially those matters in regard to rushing and pledging. The council has au- thority to settle questions of controversial nature which may arise between and among the social fraternities on the campus. The council hopes to be able to sponsor sometime each year an inter-fraternity dance at which it will be the host of the student body of the Normal. Officers Patrick Murphy President Gordon Wiggins Vice-President Walter Ledet Secretary-Treasurer Dean H. Lee Prather .... Faculty Advisor Members Lambda Z.eta P.atrick Murphy Henry Ford ( lass DoLPH Lee Sigma Tau Gamma Gordon Wiggins Julius Bradley Emmett Cope Phi Kappa Nu Walter Ledet Jack Burgess Rayford McLean [ 170] Black Shirt Miciottio holds a Phi Kap initiation. The morning after initiation. Seven come eleven; Frat needs a new house. Phi Kappa Nu ' s hard-boiled bouncers. Sigma Taus prepare for a dance. Candid cameraman gets Webb and Waller. After the Brawl was over. Campus fraternity politics boil in the spring. Eagle Brand done it. Zeta ' s President Murphy lectures to Freshman Hunter. Annual bar-b-q on Cane River Lake. A prospective Lambda Zeta leader. Members of the three frats pause and pose after Interfraternity Council Meeting. Trying to get the " goat " of a " Kid. " [ 171 ] Bell, Black, Blalock, Bogan, Bond, Bozeman, Cargle, Comeaux, Cunningham, Dunckleman, Gathright. Glass, Green, Hanchey, Horton, Hunter, Lee, Morris, Murphy, Norris. Palmer, Perkins, Powell, Shehane, Tilley. A M B D A Z E T A Since its foundation in 1924, Lambda Zeta fraternity has grown to be one of the out- standing organizations on the campus. It has always been recognized as a select group of men and the organization is noted for its high qualifications for membership. Organized primarily as a social group, it has never lost sight of that purpose. In addition, Lambda Zeta has adhered strict- ly to its ideals of promoting friendship, not only among its members but also with the other fraternities and the faculty. [ 172 ] Officers Patrick Murphv • . • President James William Perkins . . . . • Vice-President John M. Norris Secretary Paul Powell • • • Treasurer Edwin Watkins Scrycant-at-.lrms Class of IQSQ James Bell John Norris Preston Dunckieman Henry Ford Glass AZ Founded at Natchi- toches, Louisiana, 1924. Dewey Black DuRwooD Bogan Kenneth Durr John D. Gathright Charles Green Class of ig40 Carl Henry A. W. Hicks DoLPH Lee Patrick Murphy Louis Norris James Perkins Paul Powell Everrett Stephens Duval Wimberly Russell Bond Mike Bozeman Harold Cargle Glen Morris Class of ig4i Sompayrac Jones Clarence Joyce John McNeely William Green Guy James Shehane Edwin Watkins Pat Comeaux Dean Owens W. D. Ballard U. T. Downs Wallace Hunter LaVerne Stephens Class of 1942 Howard Blackburn Norman Hanchey Bobbie Palmer James Tilley Gary Wise John Blalock Leland Horton Ralph Priest Erbon Wise Faculty Sponsors Lorane Brittain Charles Cunningham [ 173 ] j. Bradley, M . Bradley. Craft, Dupuy, Dyre. Eason, Gibbens, Graham, Hand, Herman, HoIIis. Jones, Powell, Renwick, Rhodes, Riggin, Sherman, Sherrard, Swett, W aller, Warner, G. Wiggins, P. Wiggins. SIGMA TAU GAMMA Nu Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was established at the Louisiana State Normal College January 29, 1929. Twenty-six men were made charter members of the chapter at that time. Sigma Tau Gamma is composed of chapters in teacher ' s colleges and normal schools of standard collegiate rank and is distinguished by being the oldest fraternity of its kind in the United States. Nu Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma is the only national educational fraternity on the campus. Its purpose is to establish a more intimate relationship and brotherhood among its members and to serve in every possible way as an uplifting factor in their lives. Like Sigma Delta Tau, the local organization from which it emerged, Nu Chapter ' s standards demand only the best of its members. Men must be in the upper levels morally and must be average or above mentally before they are accepted for membership. [ 174] iipPHjHjjl Officers Gordon Wiggins President Edmund Saucier Viee-Presiderit Julius Bradley Chaplain Abe Rhodes Secretary Charles Dupuy Treasurer Lynn Powell Saga Correspondent W. H. Abbington Bill Dosher Oris Johnson Lynn Powell Melvin Bradley Meredith Cravens Billy Dyre Francis Herman Willard Jackson WooDRow Miller John Renwick Willie Black WiLBOURN Dix Perry Hollis Wilbur Kirkpatrick Lloyd Paul Sam Scurria Penny Adkins J C. Byrum Wade Davis Graves Hundly Charles Kelly Delmar Morgan Faculty Advisors Mr. F. G. Fournet Mr. Guy Nesom Class of iQSg Gordon Wiggins Julius Bradley Charles Dupuy J. B. Maxey J. R. Sherman Laverne Williams Emmett Cope E. A. Hand Class oj iQiO Edmond Saucier Lester Waldrip Hugh Carter Harry Creighton E. H. Giison Frank C. Eason Elton Kelly Harvell Pierce Abe Rhodes Watkins Peyton Bernell Webb Z. T. Craft V. A. Dunham Leslie Graham Class of i()4i Henry Willis Wright Sherrard Pat Carlyon John Duffy J. H. Jones Alman Marron Haywood Plummer Jack G. Warner Lawrence Wimberly Jack Dew George Gibbens Travis Kendrick Class of 1942 Charles Richey Alonzo Lewis Walter Stille Newton Norrid James Sweeney Tom Schwalm Warren Allen Parnell Stockstill Robert Clark Gordon Baker Neil Johnson Jack Carmichael Kelly Ward Job Webb Members in Faculty Raymond Whitehead W. L. Pickett Scriven Swett Clyde Woods Theron Maddox Steve Holstein Joe Polancic Glen Riggin Fred Moore Richard Garrison Jim Denman Roland Migues Oliver Rhodes Parker Wiggins Donnie Waller Kavat Lob Otho Harrison Joseph Krider Albert Long Jacques O ' Quinn Denton Shell Edwin Stoker NU CHAPTER OF Founded at Warren- burg, Missouri, 1920. Robert Easley [ 175 ] Anthony. Bateman, Bell, Bramlett, Faith. Farr. Fisher, Fletcher, Flores. Gaspard. George. Ledet. Loomis, McLean, McSherry. Martin. Merritt, Minter. Pernici, Prather, Price. Rigdon. Simpson, Webb, Wright. H I KAPPA N U The Phi Kappa Nu Fraternity was organized on the State Normal Campus, October 17, 1929, when eight men students of the college were made charter members of this popular fraternity. Phi Kappa Nu is a local organization, composed of students who participate in all activities on the campus. Its purpose is to establish a closer friend- ship and brotherhood among the members of the organization. The members and pledges of the fra- ternity enjoy several social functions during the school year, the most popular of which are the din- ner dance and the Spring Fraternity Dance at which the members and pledges act as hosts to the other students on the campus. [ 176] Officers Walter Ledet • President Francis Bryan • Vice-President William Rigdon Secretary Donald Shipp . • Treasurer Norman Dowtv • Reporter Ralph Whitener Custodian Mr. R. W. Winstead . • • Faculty Advisor Founded at Natchi- toches, Louisiana, 1929. Norman Dees Jack Burgess Jack Flores Sieve Harmon Charles Loomis William Bateman Rov Gentry William Rigdon Rupert Boucher James Gaspard Robert Knerim Donald Conley Mercer L. Sneau Regie Alford Tom Fate Heari.d Minter Joe Miciotti J. P. Russell Bill James C. J. Conley Hugh Flournov Walter Ledet Class of 1939 Frank Permci Herbert Seals James Merrit Francis Bryan ESTLE Farr Class of 1940 John D. Bell Donald Shipp Hampton Murrell Jack Fisher Class of 1941 Ernest Wright Jimmie Stein Norman Dowty Tandy Jackson Amos Lee WooDROw Wright James Fletcher E. L. Kelly Wayne McSherry Stanley McCoy Class of 1942 J. H. Stoker H. Lee Prather, Jr. David Brambi.ett Tai.bert Simpson Tom George Gus Boucher Sol Mayer Edward La Cour Bill Hamilton James Mitchell Ben Rushing Ray Turner Rayford McLean Ralph Whitener Francis Pruitt Ernest Tyler Roy Webb Maxie Turner George Martin Bill Smart Johnie Jackson Ted Wright [ 177 1 N I Z T I C N ALPHA PHI GAMMA Officers CoRiNXE Cook President Gardner Krieger J ' ice-President Theresa Harrourt Secretary Martile Sherman Treasurer Members and Pledges Corinne Cook Gardner Krieger Steve Harmon Cecile Pou Theresa Harbourt Henry Ford Glass Gordon Wiggins Angie Dell Ballard Martile Sherman Mary Bell White Doris Windham John Duffy Alpha Phi Gamma, national co-educational journaUstic fra- ternity, is the oldest honorary organization on the campus. Its national membership in- cludes some of the most out- standing personalities in the field of journalism in the United States. The standards of the fra- ternity are very high and the invitation to membership is extended only to those peo- ple who have excelled in the field of journalism. R. L. Ropp is faculty adviser for the local chapter. Ballard. Cook. Duffy. Glass. Harbourt. Harmon. Krieger. Pou. Sherman. White. Wiggins. Windham. [ 181 ] PHI A LPHA THETA Officers Pi Chapter of Phi Alpha Mary Wimberly President Theta was founded at the Eleanor Williams J ' ice-President Louisiana State Normal Col- Marjorie Holloway Secretary lege on March 21, 1934. lit Mary Christian Treasurer The fraternity is a national honorary organization which has for its purpose the study Members of history and the promotion g LL Louise Reeder of interest in the subject. Francis Bryan Clarice Timmermann Membership is selective, bids Christian Robbie Wise being issued on a basis of LaMerle Elston Lois Turner high scholarship in history Shirley Ceiling Alice Voltz and other academic work. Marjorie Holloway Mary Bell White Miss Catherine Winters is Evelyn Morrow Eleanor Williams faculty adviser. Pat Murphy Mary Wimberly Bryan, Christian, Elston, Gelling. Holloway, Morrow, Muiphy, Recder, Timmermann, Turner, Voltz, White, Williams, Wimberly. [ 182] LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA Officers E. D. Perkins, Jr. .... President Oris Johnson- Vice-President Martile Sherman . Secretary Gardner Kreiger Reporter F. G. FouRKET, Honorary Member and Faculty Advisor Members Florence CoRiNNE Cook Hugh Carter Sam Mayeaux R. J. Sudbury Francis Bryan Martile Sherman Charlie Green A. L. Ducournau L. S. Miller Gardner Krieger Charles Spears Randall Keator Walter P. Ledet Oris Johnson HoNOR.ARY Members J. W. Webb Geo. Edwin Miller Armon L. D earing Frances Norman James Bell Ida Goodwin W. T. MclNNIS E. D. Perkins, Jr. Inez Allen R. G. Markham On May 23, 1931, the de- gree team consisting of the staff of chemistry and physics initiated fifteen juniors and seniors who had at least a " B " average in chemistry or physics or both. Since that time the Lambda Delta Lambda fraternity has had three or four initiations each year. To be eligible to this national honorary organiza- tion one must have earned at least a " B " average in chem- istry or physics or both and must have a 2.5 average in all other subjects he has taken in college. [ 183 ] K A P P A DELTA PI Membership in Kappa Delta Pi implies guardianship of the high ideals of the profession of teaching. Gamma Pi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was installed at the Louisiana State Normal College May 11, 1934. This year our chapter was host to the Kappa Delta Pi regional meet in Shreveport, Louisiana, where representatives from eight chapters in the three states of Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas convened under the direction of Miss Mamie Bowman who was honored with the regional chairmanship for this meeting held December 21, 1938. Adams, Allen, Aycock, Bryan, Burnham, Davis, Gellatly, Harbourt, HoUoay, KiUen, Montgomery, Norris, Piatt, Poursiau, Ragan, Raggio, Reeder, Rhodes, Richard, Rogers, Sherman, Stayton, Timmermann, Turner, White, E. Williams, M. C. Williams E 184 ] KAPPA DELTA PI Officers Mary Catherine Williams President Mary Ida Aycock Vice-President Myrtis Garlington Secretary Francis Bryan Treasurer Miss Mamie Bowman • . . Councilor Eleanor Williams . • Recorder Colors: Jade Green and Violet [ 185] I I PI DELTA EPSILON Officers Marybelle Stayton President R. D. Young Vice-President Vera Dugger Secretary Mary Montgomery Treasurer Julius Bradley Reporter Pi Delta Epsilon is an honorary fraternity for students who major or minor in biology. Eligibility requirements are the completion of fifteen hours of biology with a " B " average or above in the subject and a general " C " average in all other subjects. The purpose of the or- ganization is to promote and encourage biological study through a program of disseminating scientific truths both new and old. Alford, Aycock, Barr, Bradley, Cook, Dugger, Fox, Guillory, Hargis, Kinchen, Mont omerv, Norman, Rushing, Stayton. t 186 J THE FINE ARTS C L U Officers Mary Ida Aycock President GussiE Short Vice-President The Fine Arts Club of the Louisiana State Normal College has as its purpose the sponsoring of intellectual and cultural ideals on the campus. It consists of twenty-two members who are par- ticularly outstanding in the finer arts. The club sponsors an annual Spring Festival with one outstanding purpose, the pro- motion of interest in original one-act plays, poetry, and original musical compositions, relative to the life of St. Denis, the founder of Natchitoches. During the holiday season the club sponsors an annual Christmas pageant. Adams, Aycock, Burnham, Fournet, Gaunt, Jackson, Lee, McCardell, Morgan, Morris, Poe, Roy, Short, Swett, Timmermann, Williams, Wimberlv. [ 187] THE " N " CLUB The " N " Club is an organi- zation whose membership con- sists of those athletes in resi- dence who have lettered in one of the three major sports or tennis at the Normal. Officers Hugh Flournoy President Walter Ledet [ ' ice-President E. D. Perkins, Jr Secretary L. S, Miller Treasurer Members John D. Bell Billie Causey Emmett Cope Harry Creighton John Elkins Tom Elkins Jack L. Fisher Hugh Flournoy Estle Farr Roy Gentry Henry F. Glass E. H. Gilson Steve Harmon Dudley Hillman Tandy Jackson WiLLARD Jackson Elton Kelly Walter Ledet Charles Loomis Faize Mahfouz J. B. Maxey James Mehritt Joe Moncla Hampden Murrell Billy Parker E. D. Perkins, Jr Jimmie Perkins Frank Pernici J. P. Russell Edmond Saucier Collier Smith Julius Scott Merge L. Sneed J. R. Sherman Bill James J. J. Walker Bernell Webb Gordon Wiggins Parker Wiggins WooDROw Miller Ralph Tassin Theron Maddox Willie Black Roland Migues Sam Scurria John Renwick Ernest Tyler Frank Eason Members in Faculty H. J. COLVIN M. p. Rogers Harry Turpin S. W. Nelkin J. W. Webb M. R. Weaver A. L. Ducournau L. S. Miller Honorary Members C. C. Stroud H, L. Prather Joe Aillet THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union, an organization sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention, was organized at the Louisiana State Normal College in 1927; it is a unit in both a State and Southwide Baptist Student Union, The Union has no direct membership, but is composed of the student members of three organizations of the local Baptist Church: the Sunday School, the Baptist Training Union, and the Young Women ' s Auxiliary. The work of the Baptist Stu- dent Union is directed by an Executive Council and is under the leadership of the pastor of the local church and Student Secretary who is maintained by the local church. Allison, Bradley, Bradley, Burnham, Caldwell, Craft, Dix. Fluitt. Ford, Killen, Kilman, Neesom, Turner, Waller, Williams. u M ■■■ 1 1 jpllPHPPI [ 189] P U R P L E JACKET CLUB Among the traditions of Normal College stands the Purple Jacket Club, honor society for women. Its purpose is embodied in the motto — " Service. " Membership in the organization is based upon scholar- ship, leadership, and loyalty to the Alma Mater. The aim of each Purple Jacket girl is the building of a greater Normal College; to this end the group remains ready to serve. Aycock, Bcdingfield, Butnham, Byers, Crowder, Downs, Gellatly, Gindratt, Goodwin, Hicks, Killen, Roy, Stayton, Timmermann, Voltz, White, Williams, Wimberly. [ 190 ] PURPLE JACKE Officers Mary Catherine Williams President Clarice Timmermaxx rice-President Helen Byers ■ Secretary Margaret Hicks Treasurer Miss Catherine Z. Winters Sponsor Members Mary Ida Aycock Bernice Bedingfield LORENE BlXLER Joy Burnham Helen Byers Bertha L. Crovvder Lois Downs Lois Gellatly Abilene Gindratt Ida Goodwin Margaret Hicks LaVeRNE KlLLEN Catherine Roy Marybelle Stayton Clarice Timmermann Alice Voltz Mary Bell White Mary McDowell Wilkie Eleanor Williams Mary C. Williams Mary Wimberly 1 i [ 191 ] D E B A T £ ani With the largest membership in its twelve years of history, the 1938-39 Forensic Club topped all previous records, traveling over 4,500 miles and engaging in over 300 debates and individual con- tests held in eight intercollegiate speech tourna- ments. Debating two questions: " Resolved that the United States should cease to use public funds (including credits) for the purpose of stimulating business " and " Resolved that world democracies should form an alliance to preserve democracy, " Normal College debaters participated in the Mill- saps College Invitation Tournament at Jackson, Mississippi, on December 9 and 10; the Louisiana College Tournament at Pineville, Louisiana, on December 16 and 17; the Baylor University Tournament at Waco, Texas, on January 13 and 14; the Mid-South Tournament at Conway, Ar- kansas, on February 10 and 11; the Savage Forensic Tournament, at Durant, Oklahoma, on March 3 and 4; Louisiana Forensic on local campus, on March 17 and 18; the Southern As- sociation of Teachers of Speech Tournament at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on March 28, 29, 30 and 31; and the Grand Eastern Tournament at Rockhill, South Carolina, on April 13, 14, and 15. In addition to debating members of the squad entered contests in oratory, extemporaneous speaking, after-dinner speaking, poetry reading, and radio speaking. Cook, Crowder, Dowty. Duffy, Glass, Hunter, Kiicger, Miller, Murphy, Norris, Odom, Smith. [ 19: ] ORATORY The women ' s team composed of Bertha Louise Crowder of Oakdale and Corinne Cook of Pineville won first place in the Louisiana College Tournament, and won second places at the Millsaps College Invitation Tournament and at the Baylor University Tournament. Other high ranking teams in these tournaments were Francis Thomas and Mackie V. Miller of Natchitoches, Norman Dowty of Alexandria and Pat Murphy of Natchitoches, Henry Ford Glass of Natchitoches and Wallace Hunter of Alexandria, and Gardner Krieger and John Norris of Natchitoches. Results of the other tournaments are not available as The Potpourri goes to press. The squad, composed of 14 first-year speakers and 10 varsity debaters maintained an exceptionally high average, winning over sixty per cent of the contests engaged in. The Forensic Club also sponsored high school tournaments on the local campus February 18 and at several high schools throughout the state. R. L. ROPP, Coach [ 193 ] il ECUTIVE COUN CIL OF B. S. Melvin Bradley President DoNNiE Waller First Vice-President Joy Burnham First Vice-President Jessie Claire Ford Second Vice-President Lois Turner ............. Third VicePresident Ruth Allison Secretary Z. T. Craft Treasurer Wilburn Dix . . Reporter Alma Fluitt Clwirster Janice Caldwell Librarian Annie Ruth Boydstun Poster C iairman Julius Bradley • Baptist Student Representative Ann Kilman Sunday School Representative Helen Slavvson . Sunday School Representative Mary Neesom ■ . . . Club Y. IV. A. Representative Laverne KiLLEN Tovun Y. IV. A. Representative Dorothy Branham Club B. T. U. Representative H. J. CoLViN Faculty Representative Reverend J. M. Wright Pastor of Local Church Mrs. Leon Brice Student Secretary Eleanor Williams Fall President [ 194 ] THE NEWMAN CLUB Officers Walter P. Ledet • . . President Mary Ida Aycock ricc-Presidcnt Marion Wagnespack ■ Recording Secretary ZoE Segrera • Treasurer RosiE GuiDRV Corresponding Secretary Cabinet Members Grace Barrois Theresa Harbourt Walter P. Ledet Marion Wagnespack Mary Ida Aycock Lenora Major Sam Scurria Zoe Segrera RosiE Guidry Una Martin Lynn Powell Merrille Raggio Faculty Advisors Mrs. Phelps Mr. Eugene Watson Mrs. W. H. Pierson Father O ' Brien, Chaplin It is most fitting that the groups of Catholic students in leading colleges and universities should band themselves together in an organization named after Car- dinal Newman, one of the world ' s greatest Christian lead- ers. The protection of Him is ever with the club because of the Christian work of its faith- ful patron, Cardinal Newman. The members of the club emu- late the work of Newman in practicing acts of charity and kindness to unfortunates and in joining the world crusade against atheistic doctrines pervading the inner life of colleges and uni- versities. Ever active, ever generous, ever alert, ever vigilant as its com- panion group in religious activ- ity, the Newman Club plays no mall part in the affairs of the Louisiana State Normal College. Aycock, Guidry, Harbourt, Ledet, Major, Martin, Powell, Raggio, Sagrera, Waguespack. [ 195 ] THE FRESHMAN COMMISSION The Freshman Commission was organized at the Louisiana State Normal College in the Spring of 1927. The aims of the organization are to pro- mote training in leadership, a spirit of service, and spir- itual growth among its mem- bers. The members are chosen from the Freshman Class on the basis of service to their respective organiza- tions, character and scholar- ship. On Freshman Day the mem- bers serve as guides to the incoming students. Miss Catherine Winters is faculty sponsor for the group. Officers Jo T. Calhoun President Vesta Caillouet • . I ' ice-Prcsident J. H. Jones Secretary-Treasurer Margaret Wood . • • Reporter Members LiTHA Davis Inez McGhee Margaret Wood Rose Lee Henderson Doris Carter RuBv Monks Jo T. Calhoun J. H. Jones Roland Migues Ruth Wright Dorothy Braud George Gibbens Vesta Caillouet Ruby Hammonds T H E Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Members Clarice Timmermaxn " • • President Helen Byers Vice-President Abilene Gindratt Corresponding Secretary Ruth Allison • . . Recording Secretary Lois Gellatly Treasurer Bertha Louise Crowuer . . . . • Program Chairman Marjorie Davis . . . ■ Orphan Chairman Cecile Pou Reporter Eleanor Kincaid Publicity Chairman EsTA Mae Wade • Chorister Anise Jones . ■ . • Pianist Dorothy Belisle Social Scr ' vice Chairman Evora Gaar ■ . House Chairman Annie Elizabeth Beard . • Arrangement Chairman Louise Reeder . Arrangement Chairman Arlie Denison Social Chairman Ida Goodwin Prayer Meeting Chairman Martha Effie Hall Fellowship Chairman Helen Davis . • Morning Watch Chairman The Y. W. C. A. was formed in 191 1 by the union of the King ' s Daughters and the De- votional Circle, two organiza- tions for creating greater fellow- ship among the women students and the faculty and to draw them closer to their Creator. The purpose of the Y. W. C. A. is to unite girls in a desire to live a full and creative life; to share this life with others, and to seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him. The primary function of the Christian Association is to dis- cover through study and insight the values inherent in religion and to make them effective in ail our human relationships. [ 197] H Y. M C. A. The Young Men ' s Christian As- sociation of the Louisiana State Normal College is an organiza- tion of religious students. Its chief aim is to be an active fac- tor in all forms of moral and Christian work properly within the scope of such an organiza- tion ; to bring the young men into a closer and practical re- lationship among themselves and their Creator. It also encour- ages attendance at the local churches. The " Y " is ready at all times to assist all students contemplat- ing entering Normal. It offers the services of two of its mem- bers each year to serve as Fresh- man Commissioners at the Nor- mal. Hugh Carter President WiLBURN Dix Vice-President Z. T. Craft Secretary-Treasurer Melvin Bradley Chairman, Membership Committee Leslie Graham Choirster Francis Bryan Social Chairman Lynn Powell Reporter J. H. Jones, Jr Freshman Commission George Gibbens Freshman Commission Bradley, Bryan, Craft, Dix, Gibbens, Jones, Powell. [ 198] EUTHENICS CLUB Officers Joy bURNHAM President Annie Sartalahachia I ' ice-President Mary Neeson Secretary Lois Gellatly Treasurer Leora McGinty Reporter Miss Esther Cooley Sponsor Mary Neeson Eunice Koonce Vera Moss ToiNETTE Wade LiTHA Davis DoRRis Adams Bonnie Barrilleaux Ann Waldron Mildred Rhodes Juanita Phillips Clementine Scarborough LuLA Mae Hobson Camille Garr Marjorie Henley Fae Roark Irma Lee Fortson Alma Williams Ina Zimmer Carolyn Reed Lolleta Rayburn Members Joy Burnham Eleanor Kincaid Ina Corbitt Leora McGinty Anice Jones Ruby Jones Mary Allen Caraway Jewel Blackburn Alma Louise Latham Elizabeth Huckaby Roma Scroggins Marjorie Davis Myrtle Bennett Elvia Kinchen Louise Harvey Dorothy Walker Yvonne Orr Bea Durham Evelyn Breaux Janis Gibbens Lucille Goolsby Annie Sartalamachia EvORA Gaar Lois Gellatly Adair Rag an Marjorie Shelton Verde Mae Chaze Margaret Claire Watkins WiLLEY Sibley Marjorie Gaunt Dorothy Royston Paula Holman Annie Elizabeth Beard Corrie Shea Boyd Laverne Brown Una Beth Cummings Juanita Wi liams Joe Alice McKinney Helen Lowe Allene Bakat Grace Bullock The Euthenics Club was founded at Louisiana State No rmal Col- lege in 1926. In the beginning it was operated as a credit club, but in the past few years schol- arship has been the basis for membership. This year the mf nbership is not based upon scholarship, but any Home Eco- nomics student who is interested in promoting a professional spir- it is eligible for membership. This club also endeavors to en- courage sociability among its members. The Euthenics Club is a member of the National Home Economics Association and has been represented at several of the national meetings — Atlanta, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Kan- sas City. [ 199] THE DRAMATIC CLUB Organized in 1923, the Dramatic Club is now under the direction of Miss Annetta L. Wood, head of the Department of Dramatics. In addition to presenting one play every term, it sponsors the Junior Dramatics Club and the Lesche Annual Play Writing Contest by producing each year original plays written and directed by students at the Normal. Each of these original plays is representative of the superior dramatic work done by the students of the College. Delta Eta Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega was organized in 1933 as an honorary dramatic fraternity for those obtaining a high standard in dramatics. Membership in the fraternity is a recognition of partici- pation in college dramatics. Members of the Dramatic Club who have done distinguished work in Dramatics at Normal and who have a 2.6 average are rewarded with an Alpha Psi Omega bid. [ 200 J Normal ' s Friends and Patrons — THE The Editorial and Business Staff for their The College Administration for its helpful support. David M. Scott for his photographic assistance. Mr. R. L, Ropp and Mr. Charles Cunning- ham for their timely suggestions. The Shreveport Engraving Company of Shreveport, Louisiana. The Benson Printing Company of Nash- ville, Tennessee, for its splendid job of printing this annual. The " Current Sauce " for the publicity given our book. The Student Body for its willingness to co-operate with us at all times. ADVERTISERS. splendid co-operation. [201 ] Compliments of CANE THEATRE Where You Will Always Find a Cheerful Welcome With sincere appreciation of your past favors, we extend our heartiest congratulations to the Louisiana State Nornnal College, faculty and student body, for this edition of the Potpourri. Popular Prices Healthful Year-Round Air Conditioning THE PEOPLES BANK NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA SAMUEL LEVY, President MORRIS AARON, Vice-President Officers JAMES A. TUCKER, Vice-P resident R. O. HICKS, Cashier J. F. HILL, Asst. Cashier Morris Aaron C. V. Cloutier J. I. Friedman Directors R. O. Hicks L. H. Johnson A. G. Lawton Samuel Levy M. Nellcen James B. Tucker MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SCHUSTER ' S WHOLESALE PRODUCE CO. Incorporated Quality Our Motto WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND FRUITS We Buy and Sell Fresh Fruits and Vegetables In and Out of Season TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH SCHUSTER ' S SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 500-508 Commerce Street Telephone L. D. 18 Compliments of MARKET PRODUCE COMPANY, INC. Fresh Fruits and Produce ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA Always the Best At the Most Moderate Prices HY-GRADE SCHOOL SUPPLIES JANITOR SUPPLIES Distributed Exclusively by the LOUISIANA PAPER COMPANY Limited SHREVEPORT ALEXANDRIA, MONROE, TEXARKANA BATON ROUGE MONROE, LOUISIANA MENA, ARKANSAS HUGHES DRY GOODS COMPANY Collegiate Clothes for Men and Women NATCHITOCHES, LA. THE NU DRUG CO. ELMO COSMETICS PANGBURN ' S CANDIES Second Street Phone 586 WE DELIVER PUG ' S VARSITY SHOP Catering to the College Crowd Corner Second and Amulet Phone 9117 We Deliver to the College GULF PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Operating THROUGHOUT LOUISIANA AND EAST TEXAS We Have a Full Appreciation as to What the Louisiana State Normal College Means to Our Comnnunity • LET US SERVE YOU NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Friends for Years of the Normal INTERSTATE ELECTRIC COMPANY of Shreveport, Inc, OUR NEW HOME 620-630 Spring Street Telephone 6131 SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA THE LOUBAT GLASSWARE AND CORK CO. Cooking and Serving Equipment and Supplies for Hotels, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Clubs, Hospitals, and Institutions NEW ORLEANS WE VALUE YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND BUSINESS GENERAL APPLIANCE CO., INC. " Natchitoches ' Complete Electric Shop " R. C. A. VICTOR RADIOS, HOT POINT REFRIGERATORS, RANGES WATER HEATERS, WASHING MACHINES Small Appliances Crane Supplies Supplies, Wiring, Plumbing 106 Front Street Telephone 860 THE NORMAL COLLEGE BOOK STORE Leading Dealers in BOOKS, SUPPLIES, AND SCHOOL MATERIALS We Supply the Student from Kindergarten Through College S. J. SIBLEY, Treasurer MISS E. P. JOHNSON, Manager STANDARD BAKERY NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA We Furnish Bread for the Normal College Demons Always the Best — Try Us Tomorrow CALL FOR OUR BREAD FROM YOUR GROCER ANY TIME WEST BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE We Carry a Complete Line of Wearing Apparel for the Entire Family WE CLOTHE THE NORMAL COLLEGIANS S. E. WEST, Manager NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA F. F. HANSELL AND BROTHERS LIMITED SCHOOL, OFFICE CHURCH AND AUDITORIUM FURNITURE BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES 404-412 Carondelet Street New Orleans, Louisiana Avoyelles Wholesale Grocery Co. LIMITED EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES Alexandria, La. Natchitoches, La. Bunkie, La. Vllle Platte, La, Save Money Save Time SHIP BY TRUCK The Natchitoches Transfer Company Phone 440 Carl Henry, Owner LEVY DRUG CO THE REXALL STORE Cara Nome, Lentheric Preparations Phone 131 Natchitoches, La. HOTEL NAKA TOSH The Students of Normal are Always Welcome WE MAKE SPECIAL RATES FOR PARTIES NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA A MESSAGE TO THE YOUTH OF LOUISIANA Why Should You Teach? • While preparing for your work, you are greatly Improving yourself. • The cultural preparation for the profession of teaching is worth more than the preparation for any other work. • As never before, the people are turning to the schools for guidance in community welfare, civic responsibility, and patriotism. • hiigh social rank is accorded teachers because of their intellectual and social standards. • As a teacher you have an opportunity to mould the future citizens of the community In which you work. • The teachers ' work is a vital work, and there are always opportunities for advancement and broader usefulness for live teachers. • Your State provides the institution for your training, appropriates money to help you with your education; and it Is your duty to take advantage of the opportunity and to render to the State that service which she asks. • The State needs well-trained teachers, and the responsibility for one of these vacant places is yours. • The teaching profession in your State is looking upward. • Teaching offers various kinds of work suited to all types of people: kindergarten, primary, grammar grades, high schools, city and rural schools, home economics. Industrial work, adult education, physical educa- tion, coaching, library, supervisors, principals, superintendents — there is a position waiting for you somewhere. • Your State Teachers College is equipped to give you the training neces- sary to make you an outstanding teacher in the public schools of the State. LOUISIANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE Natchitoches, Louisiana " Mother of Public Education in Louisiana " ALBERT A. FREDERICKS, President SEXTON SERVICE OFFERS YOU • The only nationally advertised brand of foods prepared exclusively for the Institu- tional market. • The security of endorsement by all the leading trade associations in the institu- tional field in the United States. • The facilities of the only wholesale groc- ery company operating plants In the two principal American markets — Chicago and New York. • As rendered by America ' s largest dis- tributors of number ten canned foods, a distinctive service on a complete assort- ment of quality foods packed in this insti- tutional size container. • hlome recipe pickles, relishes and con- serves from Sexton Sunshine Kitchens — del icious and appetizing. • Carefully selected coffees — blends re- sulting from years of careful study — roasted fresh daily at Chicago and Brooklyn. • Special quotations based on major pur- chases of exclusively Institutional merchan- dise — sharing with you the advantages of a greater buying power. SEXTON - Edtlwtiss Quality Foods CHICAGO BROOKLYN MORGAN LINDSEY 5c to $ 1 .00 " The Store of Courtesy " SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA COURREGES ' SHOE STORE Smart Footwear for College Men and Women SHOES AND HOSIERY Front Street Natchitoches, La. STANDARD PRINTING COMPANY I ncorporated PRINTERS School and Office Supplies ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA Natchitoches Coffee and Syrup Co. Incorporated Nakatosh Special Coffee St. Denis Coffee ROASTED FRESH DAILY NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA THANKS TO NORMAL STUDENTS For your kind patronage throughout the past year. We appreciate your business and we pledge you continued economical, convenient transportation service every day. Travel by bus at 1-3 the cost of driving your own car . . . and 8 to I 0 tinnes safer. INTERURBAN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY TRI-STATE COACHES M c C L U N G D RUG C o. WHERE THE COLLEGE CROWD GOES Max Factor ' s Make-Up Phone 361 EAT LAYS BEST YET ICE CREAM All that the Name Implies LAY ' S ICE CREAM FACTORY Natchitoches, Louisiana Front Street We Deliver WINBARG ' S Grocers of Distinction Remember Us for Your Fraternity and Sorority Parties Na+chi+oches, Louisiana Front Street Phone No. 36 THE PEOPLES HARDWARE AND FURNITURE CO. Sells Things that Please the Collegians Front Street Phone 210 SAM MAGGIO The Shoe Doctor EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING On the Normal Corner ALDREDGE JEWELRY COMPANY We Pay Market Prices for Old Gold Expert Watch Repairing Front Street Natchitoches, La. NATCHITOCHES MOTOR CO. LIMITED SERVICE BS SAILS Phone 188 VSStfriLV Natchitoches, La. OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES PRINTING Globe-Wernlcke, Sheaffer, and Boorum and Pease Products WE PRINT FRATERNITY, SORORITY AND SOCIAL STATIONERY THE NATCHITOCHES TIMES SECOND STREET NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA Compliments of CALDWELL BROTHERS AND HART COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS • New Orleans, Louisiana 816 Howard Avenue Telephone 6848 EXCHANGE BANK OF NATCHITOCHES 1892-1939 47 Years Continuous Service RESOURCES DECEMBER 31. 1938. OVER $1,000,000.00 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HAROLD KAFFIE, President ARTHUR C. WATSON, Vice-President SYDNEY KAFFIE, Vice-President T. G. BARNES, Cashier O. VV. TRABER, Asst. Cashier KELLY, WEBER AND COMPANY INCORPORATED WHOLESALE GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Manufacturer of FISH BRAND FERTILIZER LAKE CHARLES NATCHITOCHES LEESVILLE OAKDALE EUNICE, LOUISIANA COCA-COLA BOTTLING NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA IN BOTTLES COMPANY C. L. KREIGER, President G. H. PIERSON, Vice-Pres. and Cashier GEORGE H. HIMEL, Asst. Cashier MRS. LUCILLE KELLY, Bookkeeper CITY BANK TRUST CO. NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA CAPITAL, SURPLUS, AND PROFITS $1 8 5,000.00 Deposits Insured to $5,000.00 We Give Careful and Courteous Attention to All Business Connplinnents of LAKEVIEW MOTORS Incorporated DEALERS Phone 417 Natchitoches, Louisiana T UI C 1 n t AkvlllCII TUICATDC AMUoU IntAIKt 1 hanks to each ot you at the Louisiana otate Normal College for the patronage during the past years which has made it possible for the AMUSU to grow with the institution which it serves. We Select O ur Pictures Always In a Spirit of Co-operation with the Faculty and Student Body • HARRY SUDDATH, Manager FRONT STREET NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA CIRCLE BRAND POULTRY AND DAIRY FEEDS Will Give You the Most for Your Money KALMBACK-BURCKETT CO. Dependable Field and Garden Seeds SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA STILLE YARBROUGH, Ltd. Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND FARM SUPPLIES A Good Place to Trade Robeline, La. THE P. C. DRUG CO. " The Largest and Most Modern Drug Store in Natchitoches " Prescriptions Phone 55 Curb Service SIBLEY ' S STORE STATION GROCERIES AND GOOD GULF OILS Remember Us for Your Fraternity and Sorority Parties 6 I 2 Normal Avenue Telephone 643 LE RENDEZVOUS The Best People in the World Pass Through Our Doors Every Day— OUR CUSTOMERS On the Normal Corner Mrs. J. W. Uhrback, Mgr. THIS ORGANIZATION Offers its Services to the Louisiana State Normal College in any Undertaking That Will Insure the Continued Progress of the Institution THE NATCHITOCHES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE G. F. THOMAS MISS EDRIE BONNETTE President Secretary LEARY TAYLOR ' S MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION " Home of the Goodrich Sllvertown Tire with the Life Saver Tread " NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA NEW SECOND STREET PHONE 660 NATCHITOCHES LUMBER YARD Phone 447 108-1 10 Washington Street Natchitoches, Louisiana C ngravcd by 1 SHREVEPORT ENGRAVING COMPANY oArtists Sngmvers MILAM " PHONE 4903 SHREVEPORT, LA. 111 s- (Q A M H « I: THIS BOOK DESIGHED ARD PRIHTED BX p n I n T I n G c 0 m p A n Y n A S H V I Ll E r 9 B.


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