Northwestern State University - Potpourri Yearbook (Natchitoches, LA)
- Class of 1960
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1960 M FRANK HUDSON • EDITOR MONROE " BIDDY " WEBB • ASSOCIATE EDITOR L. KEVIN LYNCH • BUSINESS MANACER PAI I. " DOC " MARX Jr - 41! F »■■ Ji NORTHWESTERN STATE n ■ m n r ?f ♦ « COLLEGE OF LOUISIANA ehuiK hq Presented between the covers of this 1960 Potpourri is an account of a complete year in the existence of this institution. The presentation of this year has been divided into sections, each depicting an important part of our college life. The Administration and the student leaders are recognized for their efforts in carrying the load for another year. The Schools and the Military have presented us with the factual knowledge to digest for our future. Participating in campus activities, and be- longing to social and professional groups have given us a great opportunity for an in- sight into our relations with others and an unselfish desire to create a more perfect environment in which we may live, work, and play. Our athletic success was widely rec- ognized and did much to give an added punch to our spirit. The Northwestern spirit will never be at a low tide for win or lose, it is still inspiring. When the Freshmen reached the campus this Fall, they were greeted with Dog Days, which again spotlighted our famous and widely recognized student spirit. This spirit, however, does not confine itself to the students but entwines itself around the hearts of every alumnus, parent, and friend. Being so intangible and yet so binding, it is some- thing which each person must define for himself. Our five schools are collectively the core of N.S.C. Each continues to better the facili- ties for its students, and, as a result, makes the whole stronger. Whether pursuing a curriculum in Arts Sciences, Applied Arts Sciences. Education, Nursing, or the Graduate School, each student becomes an integral part of the scene of Northwestern. That many have recognized the increasing opportunities offered by our big five is evi- denced by the upward strides of our enrollment. There is no sign of the expansion level- ing off as plans are being laid to build new dormitory space for women students, men students, and a new laundry. Each of us, whether students, faculty, or member of the administration, has had a part in making this year successful. These efforts have not passed unnoticed, and the recognition given in this presentation is a minor tribute for such great service. HL »U1 k, 1 i . 4 • 1 I Administration • 18 Classes • 28 Snapshots • 87 Student Activities • 92 Greeks • 122 Features • 144 Student Life • 164 Military • 174 Athletics • 182 Organizations • 208 AT FIRST C2 CH C2( N LANG C2L ENCES CI? Clffl THE GOING IS ROUGH As if those long lines weren ' t enough and the entourage of questions coupled with oh so confusing answers ... Is Biology 107 required? ... I want to change my major ... I don ' t care if I do lose 12 hours . . . Where ' s the men ' s room? Then echoes the familiar cry of, " Hey Dog, Where ' s your hat? . . . Shave my head, Sir? ... It costs a DOLLAR!!! Sir? . . . What ' s this Dog Day business? . . . Parade? All the way downtown? . . . Yessir! I ' ll put lipstick on the girls — GLADLY!!! Boy, you just wait until next year. Do I ever pity those new Freshmen after I finish with them. D r in? m SouTh Hffu Should I join a fraternity or sorority? They invited me to the rush party. Hope I ' m not obligated if I go. BARFLY, WHITE ROSE BALL, ROSE BALL, and Sorority formals. Sure sounds like loads of fun. RECOLLECTIONS OF RUSH WEEK 10 l AND THRILLING ATHLETIC EVENTS Did you see him catch that pass? ... If only we can beat Tech at the State Fair . . . One more basket and the score goes up an- other notch . . . And again Tech is the team to beat ... I guess they were shown a thing or two in the Gulf South Classic!!! Northwestern is sure the team to watch this year. THE PEOPLE WHO Have you ever looked at the people here at won- derful ole N.S.C.? Big ones, little ones, medium ones, and, oh yes, some are even sporting beards. Must be the Sadie Hawkins Day sock-hop. I went to the State Fair rally and such happenings GO TO N. S. C. H| ■ . . . . The Snake Dance and bonfire really worked us up . . . We were ready to go out there and play Tech ourselves . . . What do you mean we don ' t stand a chance! You best watch what you say boy ! ! . . . Have you ever seen the Drill Team march? FIFTH best in the nation you know. HERE AND THERE From dances to life in the dorms to parades; all these events are remembered and enjoyed by N.S.C. students. It ' s so much easier to dance in socks . . . Boy, am I glad that parade is over . . . Hey, that was a pretty good Homecoming parade after all . . . I ' ll never get my hair dry with all this rain! . . . This is perfume??? . . . Will you go away and let us have a little privacy!!! I DEDICATION Throughout the editorial year the powers to be remain on constant alert — the search for an individual. The qualifications which he must possess are certainly precious in their nature. Devotion to duty, social conscience, sincerity in pur- pose, and tolerance of his fellows are factors which must be present. We must be ever aware of these qualities in the quest for this individual and must endeavor to ascribe them to him whom they best fit. Time and again a name is mentioned and yet each falls by the wayside. We are at long last rewarded and in return we present an award. For at last an individual is found who possesses the characteristics which justify him as the deserving recipient. We therefore humbly and proudly dedicate the Potpourri of 1960 to you, the students of Northwestern State College. ADMINISTRATION CONTENTS: President Deans Administrators Campus Security Academic Deans Departments ■ EDITOR: iL. Kevin Lynch m r ■ 1 1 9 t W i ■ i i fc Si Ht ,, HlM A fl| 1 : i «L j 1 Ss B» SI . In the dynamic age that is the twentieth century, it is very easy to strike a chord in harmony with the mood of the moment. It is quite another matter to be in tune with the thought and heart of the best of the ages. The principal obligation of higher education is to provide an awareness of all that is worthy within the heritage of the human kind. This sensibility is not limited to mere knowledge, but is concerned with an appraisal of that which we have learned. Northwestern State College attempts not merely to provide knowledge and insight into the arts and the sciences, but is infinitely devoted to values. Without disparagement of that vast realm wherein we acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to contemporary living, we yet hold that these are but means to an end. There is evidence of a quickening of perception and conscience on the part of a large number of stu- dents on our campus. Those who carefully look through the pages of the Potpourri over the years will find evidence that in the midst of fun there is seriousness of purpose. If the framework of purpose, the paradox of un- paralleled human achievement and great ignorance of so many of the profundities of existence can not fail to jolt the most complacent. Even the boastful must finally be convinced of the need for deep hu- mility. With the recognition that learning is a challenge beyond compare, may all of us work together to achieve the exhilaration that springs from accomp- lishment rooted in mutual tolerance and steadfast- ness of high purpose. No lesser goal is commensu- rate with the achievements and ideals of our college. THE PRESIDENT i DR. JOHN S. KYSER 20 _ THE DEANS SYLVAN W. NELKEN Dean of Administration DUDLEY G. FULTON Dean of Men The Dean of Women and the Dean of Men are responsible for the general welfare and happiness of the entire stu- dent body. Their services to Northwest- ern State College are numerous and time consuming. The duties of the Dean of Women are not limited to the academic phase of the women students ' life but reach out to include work with social programs. She also serves as ad- visor of their student government. Responsibilities of the Dean of Men range from assisting with the colleges social program to giving counseling aid outside the academic area of the school. In addition, his duties include such mat- ters as discipline, financial problems, and advisor for the social fraternities on the campus. FRANCES ELLEN PORTER Dean of Women LUCILE M. HENDRICK Assistant Dean of W omen LEONARD 0. NICHOLS Assistant Dean of Men HAL E. TOWNSEND Director of Men ' s Housing. LEROY S. MILLER Alumni and Placement Secretary THE ADMINISTRATORS Dr. W. F. Beyer Director of Teacher Training Mr. Jack Clayton Director of Athletics Mr. Roy Clark Director of News Bureau Mr. Otis Crew Registrar Mrs. Janette Duriez Director of Office Service Department Mr. Dudley Fulton Director of Student Relations Miss Loneta Graves Auditor Mr. Thomas Hennican. . . .Director of Audio Visual Service Center Dr. Tandy McElwee Director of Testing Service Mr. Leroy Miller Alumni and Placement Secretary Mr. Sylvan Nelken Dean of Administration Mr. Hal Townsend Director of Men ' s Housing Mr. Weldon Walker Purchasing Agent Dr. Eucene Watson Librarian Seated from left to right: Dudley G. Fulton, William F. Beyer, Janette Duriez, Loneta Graves, Sylvan Nelken, Tandy McElwee. Standing: Thomas Hennigan, Roy Clark, Hal Townsend, Otis Crew, Weldon Walker, Leroy Miller. Not pictured: Jack Clayton, Eugene Watson. From left to right: James K. Lee, George Pickett, John Richmond, M. T. Murray. Second Row: Charles Free- man, Charles Sava, Darryl Delcoure. JAMES K. LEE Chief, Campus Security 22 THE CAMPUS SECURITY 1 . J " ? CLARENCE E. DUGDALE Dean of Arts and Sciences HILDA C. BURNHAM Dean of Nursing ACADEMIC DEANS For purpose of administration of instruction, and in keeping with the offerings, the College is divided into five schools, each administered by a Dean. The objective of the School of Education, headed by John A. Jones, is the profes- sional training of teachers. Robert A. Easley is the Dean of the School of Applied Arts and Sciences. The ob- jective of the school is to prepare students for employment in professional fields of business, nursing, industry, and agriculture. The School of Arts and Sciences prepares a student for entry into professional schools such as law, medicine, and ministry, and also for vocations in various fields. This school is administered by C. E. Dugdale. Hilda Claire Burnham is Dean of the School of Nursing which has as its objectives the promotion of health, disease prevention, rehabilitation and the care of the handi- capped and ill. To afford the students an opportunity to carry on their studies to an even greater degree N. S. C. has recently established an evergrowing Graduate School, which is ad- ministered under the capable guidance of Leo T. Albritten. ROBERT A. EASLEY Dean of Applied Arts and Sciences LEO T. ALBRITTEN Dean of Graduate School JOHN A. JONES Dean of School of Education ' i AGRICULTURE From left to right: Hal Townsend, H. J. Young. Varley Young, Ralph Fell. ART From left to right: Roger Welchans, 0. J. Hanchey, Grant Kenner. ORVILLE HANCHEY Art RALPH FELL Agriculture BIOLOGY From front to rear: Rene Bienvenu, Ralph Combs, William Erwin, Vorl ey Young, Richard Garth. Roderick Outland, James Sublette, George Ware. W. G. ERWIN Biology BUSINESS First rou from left to right: Robert Easley, H. N. Towry, Janell Rue, Eula M. Pelt, Ruth Brun- ner, C. R. MePherson. Second row: J. W. Johnson, Allan Steele, Arthur Fuston, Kenneth Durr. N. B. Morrison. N. B. MORRISON Business THE It TT EDUCATION Seated from left to right: William F. Beyer, Leu Albritten, John Robson, John Jones. Tandj McElwee. Standing: Donald Shanks, Raymond McCoy, Leonard Fowler, Ceaser Moody. Lisso Simmons. JOHN ROBSON Education RUBY DUNCKELMAN Home Economics HOME ECONOMICS From left to right: Margaret Ackel, Mary E. Roberson, Ruby S. Duncke man, Marie S. Dunn, Frances E. Halm. WALTER ROBINSON Industrial Education GUY NESOM Health and Physical Education HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION First row from left to right: Guy Xesom. Melba O ' Quinn, Charles F. Thomas. John Piscopo, Betty Walker. Second row: Jewel Kichie, Duane Slaughter, Paul Marx. iolet Davion. DEPARTMENTS INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION From left to right: Tommy Dunnagan. Walter Weffenstette, Dwayne Gilbert. Charles Wommack, Robert Hammond. Kenneth Lee. Walter J. Robinson. T H E DEPARTMENTS LANGUAGES First row from left to right: Mary McEniry, Marion Nesom, Irma Stockwell, Edna West, Mamie Tarlton, G. W. Dunnington, Eve Mouton. Second row: Olga Webber, E. B. Doering, Sara L. C. Clapp, Dorothy Merrill, Ora Wil- liams, Donald Cain. Third row: Roland Grass, Everett Webber, John Mer- rill, W. A. Tornwall, R. Y. Ha thorn, C. E. Dugdale. Not pictured: Barbara Rosentreter, Sammy Gennuso, Edith Cote, Donald Graham. LIBRARY SCIENCE From left to right: Olive Roberts, Mary B. Vick, W. Carroll Bennett, Eu- gene P. Watson, Donald MacKenzie, Leslie Gower, Robert Cain. Not pic- tured : Martha Lange, Katherine Bridges. EUGENE WATSON Library Science C. E. DUCDALE Languages MATH DEPARTMENT First row from left to right: Thomas B. Boone, Elsie T. Church. C. G. Killen, Glyn J. Corley, Sam W. Shelton. Second row: George E. Miller, Wil- liam E. Timon, Leroy Miller, Russel Whittington. C. G. KILLEN Mathematics MILITARY SCIENCE .Scaled from left to right: Raymond Port, Richard Wysong, Lee James, Thomas Gleason, William Hammond. Standing: Elmer McBride, Robert Herring, William Walker, Wancl Brister. MUSIC First row from left to right: Eleanor Brown, L. U. Brittain, May Beville, Dwight G. Davis. Second row: Joseph Carlucci, Paul Torgrimson, John Wolfe, George Gihson, A. J. Peterson. L. V. BRITTAIN Music HILDA BURNHAM Nursing ALAN CROSBY Physical Science YVONNE PHILLIPS Social Science NURSING From left to right: Hilda C. Burnham, Mary Ellyn Chadwick, Elaine Gohen, Frances Pingrey, Etta A. Hincker, Louise M. Lang. PHYSICAL SCIENCE First row from left to right: Alan Crosby. Inez McFall, Alfred Ducourneau, Archie Deason, Burt Boyd, Floyd Judd. SPECIAL EDUCATION First row from left to right: Charles E. Palmer, John W. Kidd. Second row: Hursh M. Hall, James L. Sartin, John L. Carter, John R. Sewell, Nash W. Love. Third row: Micheal J. Cousins. SOCIAL SCIENCE Seated from left to right: Ruth C. Cowen, Ora V. Watson, Yvonne P. Phil- lips. Second row: Jacques A. Brown, Le Roi E. Eversull, C. Culp, George A. Stokes, Fredrick M. Rosentreter. Phillip Duriez. 27 T H E CLASS OFFICERS SENIORS Gerald Paul President John Pickett Vice-President Eugene Scott Class Representative Addie Huckabay Class Representative 30 JUNIORS OFFICERS Johnny Creech President Sam Love ice-President Leroy Chiasson ....Class Representative Patricia Pittman ...Class Representative Don Scoccins Secretary-Treasurer Sitting, left to right: Leroy Chiasson, John- ny Creech, Don Scoggins, Patricia Pitt- man. Sam Love. SOPHOMORES OFFICERS Roland McKneely President Glen Wilkins Vice-President Jerry Winn Class Representative Dottie Dawson Class Representative Ginger Mulina Secretary-Treasurer Left to right: Roland McKneely, Glen Wilkins, Ginger Mulina, Dottie Dawson, Jerry Winn. Left to right: Peggy Smith, Johnny Adams. Charles Festervand, Charles Richey. FRESHMEN OFFICERS Johnny Adams President Charles Richey Vice-President Charles Festervand .Class Representative Pegcy Smith Secretary-Treasurer THE GRADUATE SCHOOL GEORGE BAILEY, Social Science: Natchitoches. MOE BOOK. Math; Natchtioches. CLAUDE T. BOUDREAUX, JR.. Guidance: Luther. MRS. ANN W. BRITTAUN, Business Education: Natchitoches. JACQUELYN COCKE. Music; Natchitoches. WILLIAM C. CONEY, Biology; Sicily Island. T. J. COX, Industrial Education : Guishalta. WILLIAM R. LACOUR. Mathematics; Alexandria. MICHEL G. LELONG. Botany; Natchitoches. JOHN W. NIPPER, Health and Physical Education: Natchitoches. JACK PARKER. JR.. Bacteriology: Vivian. EULA MAE PELT. Business Education: Knight. FRANK PIRNIQUE, Math ; Little Rock, Arkansas. RADE RADASINOVICH, Geography; Natchitoches. THOMAS H. CREWS, Business Administration; Natchitoches. CHARLES CROWDER, Industrial Education: Springhill. LARRY G. FONTENOT. Physical Education: DeQuincy. SAMUEL B. GRAY, Bacteriology; Natchitoches. ORAL R. GRIFFIN, Guidance: Gorum. BILLY RAY HARPER, Health and Physical Education; Natchitoches. JOE DAVID JOHNSON. Guidance: Vivian. 4 FRED ROBERT ROWZEE. JR., Bacteriology: L 1IKRBERT L. TEMPLE, Math; Natchitoches. JIMMIE G. TOLAR, Chemistry: Natchitoches. DEAN WALKER, Physics; Natchitoches. JAMES P. WELLS. Government; Shreveport. VARLEY YOUNG. Bacteriology; Natchitoches. 32 THE SENIORS • MAURICE AARON, Math, Natchitoches. • JIMMIE NELLE ADAMS, AZ, Primary Education, Tioga; Delta Zeta; College Singers, 1958; Dormitory Council, 1958; SNEA. • BILLY ALLEN, Chemis- try, Ashland. • LA VERLE ALLEN, 2K, Primary Education, Downsville; Demon- ettes, 1957-58; Deseret Club, 1959; Sigma Kappa, Sgt. at Arms, 1959- 60. • DORIS ALMGREN, Speech Therapy, Alexandria. • JEANNE ELAINE ANDREPONT, 222, Home Economics Education, Basile; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Euthenics Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Hall of Fame, 1960. • SHIRLEY ANGELE, Nursing, Mansfield. • ROMA ANTHONY, Nursing, Ida; LASN; NSNA; Baptist Student Union. • ELEANOR JO AVERY, Nursing, Jonesboro; NSNA; LASN. • PHILLIP RAY BACILLA, Social Science, Shreveport; Davis Players. • GEORGIA ANN BAILES, 222, Home Economics, Natchitoches; Sigma Sigma Sigma. • JACK T. BAILES, Art, Gibs- land; BSU Choir, 1956. • LOVENIA M. BARKER, Business Education, Natchitoches; Pan- American Club, Vice-President, 1958-59; Industrial Arts Wives Club. Vice-President, 1959-60; TAWS. • BETTY JANICE BARNES, Nurs- ing, Calhoun. • HAZEL BARNES, AZ, Home Economics Education. Jonesville; Delta Zeta, Treasurer, 1957-59, President, 1959-60; Eu- thenics Club. • GAIL BATCHELOR, Nursing, Sondheimer; NSNA; LASN; Pi Kappa Sigma; Wesley Foundation. • HUGH BELVIN, Social Science, Boyce. • EARL RAY BLACK, Industrial Arts, DeRidder. SAMUEL M. BLACK, Business Administration. Whiteville, N. C. RICHARD D. BLAIR, Business Administration, Wisner. RALPH BLAKE, Social Science Education, Sibley. 33 THE SENIOR CLASS NORTH • BILLY JACK BOOTH. Health and Physical Education and Upper Elementary Education, Farmerville; " N " Club; Varsity Football and Baseball; Mr. NSC. 1960; Hall of Fame. 1960. • ROBERT RAY BOZEMAN. Chemistry. Belmont. • HERBERT RAY BRADFORD, Upper Ele- mentary Education, Jonesville. • BARNEY BRECHEN. Social Science. Alexandria. • MARTHA LOYD BREEDLOVE, Nursing, Monroe; NSNA; LASN. • ELAINE BROUILLETTE, Nursing. Shreveport. • BARBARA BROWN. Business Education. Mansfield; Purple Jackets, 1957-59; Pi Omega Pi, 1957-59; AWS. Corresponding Secretary. 1958-59; BSU Freshman Council, 1956 Executive Council, 1957-59; State Fair Queen, 1958; State BSU Officer, 1959; Purple Jackets Award. 1957; Women ' s Undergraduate Award, 1959; Sophomore Counselor, 1957-58; Miss NSC, 1960. Hall of Fame. 1960. • BERTHA LOU BROWN. Primary Education, Natchitoches. • JER- RY DAVID BROWN, Business Administration. Many. • LOWELL LEE BROWN. Industrial Education. Natchitoches. • RICHIE BROWN. Upper Ele- mentary Education. Monterey. • WARREN CHARLES BROWN, TKE, Government, Longstreet; Blue Feather, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Association of U. S. Army; Student Council, 1958-59: Potpourri Staff, 1957-58. • WILLIAM BRUNDAGE. Bacteriology. Natchitoches. • ALICE ANN BRYAN. Nursing. Crossett, Ark. • CATHERINE BRYANT. 2, Nursing, Baton Rouge; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Demonettes; Secretary of Freshman Class. 1956; LASN; NSNA. • PEGGY BUCK- LEY, Home Economics, Natchitoches; Phi Kappa Phi; Baptist Student Union. • ELIZABETH LOU BUIE, Accounting, Bunkie; Dormitory Council; Baptist Student Union. • THOMAS E. BULLOCK, Agriculture, Montgomery. • LAWRENCE R. BURNETTE. Industrial Arts Education, Natchitoches. • GEORGE DOUGLAS BURT, Industrial Arts Education. Minden; Football, 1955-58. • DELORES BYRD, 222, Upper Elementary Education, Springhill; Sigma Sigma Sigma. • BILLY E. CONNELLA. Agronomy. Natchitoches. • NELL CAMPBELL. Upper Elementary Education. Dodson; Big Sister. 1958-60; Student Tutor; SNEA, Vice-President, 1959-60; YWA, Mission ' s Chairman, 1958-59, Secretary, 1959-60; Student Staff Assistant, 1958-60; Student Advisor, 1958-59. • PATRICIA ANN CAMP- BELL, Primary Education, Monterey. • JOHN D. CANERDAY, Business Education, Calvin. • PEGGY MILLER CARMOUCHE. Primary Education, Alexandria; AWS; Chorus: BSU. • CAROLYN BRAY CARRIGAN, Speech and Hearing Therapy. Midland. • CHARLES RONALD CARROWAY, Business Administration, Ida. • KATHERINE CHAND- LER. Sociology, Dodson. • THOMAS N. CHEEK, 2TI Industrial Arts, Many; Sigma Tau Gam- ma, Chaplain, Treasurer; Industrial Arts Club, Secretary; Drill Team. Guidon Bearer; Rifle Team Captain. • M. B. CHILDRESS, Upper Elementary Education. Pelican. • MARY ANNE CHOPIN, Primary Education, Natchitoches; Purple Jackets; Newman Club. • WANDA CHRISTIAN, Al ' A, Social Studies, Shreveport; Pi Kappa Delta; College Theatre; Debate Squad; Alpha Gamma Delta; Pan-Hellenic. • LOUIS JEROME CLAES, 2Tr, Sociology, Alexandria; Sigma Tau Gam- ma, Historian, 1959-60; Drill Team. • VENTON R. COBURN. Physical Education, Hornbeck. • GAYE LAVELLE CLARK. AZ. Business Education. Vidalia; Pi Omega Pi; Delta Zeta; Cor- responding Secretary, 1958-59; Big Sister, 1957. • DAVID J. COLE, Physical Education. Good Pine; Wesley Foundation. • BILLY J. CONE. 2TT, Industrial Education. Shreveport: Sigma Tau Gamma; ROTC; The Student Congress; In- terfraternity Council; Drill Team. • MELBA CONLAY, Upper Elementary Education, Creston. • JIM E. CONSTABLE. Education, Bienville; Wesley Foundation; Band; Little Theatre. • BIL- LY ROY COOK. Business Administration, Shreveport; Baseball; All GSC, 1956-59. • WILLIAM R. COOKE, Health and Physical Education. Oil City. • JOE CORNETT, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Ferriday. • ELLIS COUTEE, TKE, Accounting, Alexandria; Newman Club; Men ' s Inter- dormitory Council. 1957-59; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, 1959-60. • BOBBIE SUE CRAFT. AZ, Nursing, Alexandria; Delta Zeta; Student Nurses Association; Beauty. 1958-59; The Lady of the Bracelet. 1960. • WILLIAM P. CREWS. JR., Business Administration. Natchitoches; Pi Omega Pi. • GERALD ROSS CRISP, Social Studies, Springhill. • THEODORA CROOM. ASA., Business Education. Mooringsport ; Pi Omega Pi; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer, 1959-60; Demonettes; Band. • RICH- ARD L. CULPEPPER, Biology, Alexandria; Band. • JOHN J. DAMICO. Business Administra- tion, Alexandria. • JAMES DALE DAVIS. Health and Physical Education. Manv. • NANCY DAVIS. Zoology. Hornbeck; Beta Beta Beta, Historian, 1958-59. Recording Secretary, 1959-60; AWS Council. • JOE R. DAVIS, Health and Physical Education. Cotton Valley. • ANNE DOR- DAN, A2A, Bacteriology, Shreveport; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Vice-President, 1959-60; Beta Beta Beta; Purple Jackets; Potpourri Staff. 1958-59. 34 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 35 THE SENIOR CLASS NORTH • MILTON DAY, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • DON E. DEEN, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches; " N " Club; Blue Key. • JUNE DEVILLE, Home Economics, Easton; Euthenics Club; BSU. • ROY DONOVAN BARKER, Industrial Education, Natchitoches; Iota Lambda Sig- ma. • SAM P. DOYLE, Business Administration, Natchitoches. • LAURIE ANTHONY DRACO, History, New Iberia; Association of U.S. Army. • DOCK E. DUNN, Business Administration, Olla. • DELL S. DURAND, JR., Upper Elementary Education, Montgomery. • ELWOOD DYESS, Upper Elementary Education, Alexandria. • TED DYSON, Sociology, Shreveport. • WALTER R. EAGLES, Government, Winnfield; Phi Kappa Phi; NSC Orchestra, 1956-57; Demon Band, 1956-57; College Singers, 1956-57; Current Sauce Staff, 1957-59. • NORMA JEAN EARLY, Upper Elementary Education, Gibsland. • CARO- LYN EASLEY, Nursing, Osyka, Miss. • ROY EDWARDS, Industrial Arts, Flatwoods. • DAVID ERSKINE, Government, Columbia. • EVELYN EVITT, Upper Elementary Education, Martha- ville. • JAMES W. FAIR, Industrial Arts, Campti. • WAYNE FARALDO, IIK S , Math, Colfax; Pi Kappa Phi; Newman Club. • BRENTLEY FARQUHAR, Industrial Arts, DeRidder. • CURTIS FERGUSON, Math, Mans- field. • MARCIA FINCHER, AIM, Speech Therapy, Homer; Purple Jackets; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Gamma Delta; Davis Players. • HUEY P. FITCH, IIK , Health and Physical Education, Jeanerette; Pi Kappa Phi. • HAROLD STATON FLURRY, Instrumental Music Education. Homer; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, President, 1959-60; Kappa Delta Pi; Davis 1 Players; Band; Orchestra; Chorus and College Singers. • MAXIE FORMAN, Upper Elementary Education, Monterey. • JOE D. FOUNTAIN, Math, Shreveport. • BENNY M. FOWLER, Health and Physical Education, Alexandria. • BILLY W. FOWLER, Health and Physical Education, Good Pine. • JAMES T. FRAME, Social Science, Natchitoches. • WILLIAM M. FRAME, Journalism, Natchi- toches. • CHARLES C. FREEMAN, Health and Physical Education. Logansport. • FRANCES RUTH FREEMAN, ATA, Speech, Logansport. • WARREN M. FRISBEE, TKE, Accounting, Race- land Tau Kappa Epsilon; Association of U.S. Army. • FRANK FULCO, IIK £, Sociology, Shreve- port; Pi Kappa Phi. • MARGARET FUNK, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • BARBARA FUTCH, Nurs- ing, Rayville. • JIM BOB GANDY, TKE, Math, Many; Tau Kappa Epsilon. • ELMO GENTRY, Sociology, Natchitoches; College Band; Demonaires. • SYLVIA ANNE GEORGE, 222, Sociology, Shreveport; Dormitory President, 1956; Demonettes, 1956; AWS Coun- cil; Radio Club; Debate Team, 1957; Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Phi, 1957-58; Dormitory Council, 1958-59; Sigma Sigma Sigma. • ROBERT L. GIESEY, Health and Physical Education, Leesville. • CAROL JOY GOLDSTEIN, Nursing, Shreveport. • MALCOLM GOMEZ, Health and Physical Education and Upper Elementary Education, Slidell; " N " Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa. • CHARLES W. GRAHAM, Agronomy, Anacoco. • EVELYN GREENE, Nursing. Delhi. • HERBERT GREENE Sociology, Shreveport. • JAMES EDWARD GRIFFITH, Accounting, Grand Cane; Pi Omega Pi. • LEWIS P. GUILLOTTE, Business Administration, Logansport. • GEORGE B. GUYNES French Education, Dry Prong. • NANCY GUYTON, Nursing, Bossier City. • BARNEY C HAGAN, Accounting, Provencal. • TEDDY HAMLET, Marketing and Business Administration Natchitoches. • DAVID L. HARDIN, Instrumental Music Education, Haynesville; Band; Orches tra; Phi Mu Alpha. • BEATRICE C. HARPER, Primary Education, Ringgold. • MAXINE HAT TAW AY, Home Ec onomics, Jonesboro; Euthentics Club. • ELMER HATTON, TKE, Math, Bel ville, Tex.; Tau Kappa, Epsilon. 36 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE S32EE3S! 2 123 37 THE SENIOR CLASS • NORTH • ROY 0. HATTON, Sociology and Economics, Newellton. • MARY JEANETTE HAYWARD, Business Education, DeRidder. • ELISABETH HEFFELFINGER, Nursing, New Orleans; LASN; National Student Nurses Convention, 1956. • KENNETH PAUL HENDRICKSON. Instrumental Music Education, Vivian: Phi Mu Alpha. • CORA BELLE HENDRY, Nursing, Roseland; LASN: NSNA. • DON E. HERRING. Sociology, Dallas. Texas; " N " Club. • FRANCES HICKS, Nurs- ing, Boynton, Okla. • VENITA ANN HIGGS, Primary Education, Coushatta; Phi Kappa Phi. • LYNNE HIGHTOWER, ATA, Primary Education, Dodson; Alpha Gamma Delta; SNEA. • DON HILL, Botany. Vivian. • BRIAN H. HINES, Upper Elementary Education, Verda. • ANN C. HOLLENBECK, 222, Home Econo mics, Leesville; Euthenics Club; Sigma Sigma Sigma: Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon, 1958-59. • JAMES HOLLENBECK, TKE, Industrial Arts. Leesville; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Industrial Arts Club; Association of U.S. Army; 222 Man of the Year, 1959. • DALE HOFFPAUIR, Health and Physical Education, Lake Charles; Football, 1955- 59; Track, 1955-59; " N " Club, 1955-59; Phi Epsilon Kappa, 1956-59; Student Council, 1958-59. • DEWAIN W. HODGE, Upper Elementary Education. DeRidder. • BARBARA HOLLIER. Business Education. Elton. • JAMES VANCE HOLLOW AY, Accounting, Forest Hill; Blue Key; Pi Omega Pi; BSU Executive Council, 1957-59. • BRENDA HOLMES, Home Economics, Alex- andria; Phi Kappa Phi; Euthenics Club. President. 1959-60; Purple Jackets; La. Home Economics Club, Parliamentarian. 1959-60; Social Chairman for Agnes Morris, 1957-58. • DON R. HOLTON, Sociology, Slagle. • ADDIE LAURA HUCKABAY, AZ, Home Economics Education, Coushatta; Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary, 1957-58, Rose, 1959; Panhellenic Council, President, Spring 1958; Purple Jackets. Tr easurer, 1959-60; Senior Class Female Repre- sentative, 1959-60; Artist Series Committee, 1959-60; Euthenics Club; Delta Zeta Myrtle Aymond Award, 1958; Co-Winner of Delta Zeta " Miss State Day " , 1959. • BETTIE HUNGERBEELER, A2A, Business Organization, Shreveport; Demonettes, 1956; Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer, 1957; SNEA. • FRANK O. HUDSON, TKE, Business Administration, Natchitoches; Black Knights, 1955- 58; Rifle Team, 1955-56; Association of U.S. Army, 1957-59; College Singers, 1956-58; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer, 1957-58, Treasurer, 1958-59; Potpourri, Associate Editor, 1958-59, Editor, 1959-60; IFC, 1958-59. • WILEY EDWIN HUNTER. Agriculture and Agronomy Coushatta. • LOYD HUVAL, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches; Gym Team. • JAMES M. HYDE, Bacteriol- ogy, Natchitoches. • DIANE SUE IMHOFF, 222, Physical Education, Lake Charles; Women ' s Recreation Association; PEM Club; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Contemporary Dance Club; Flamingo Club; ROTC Sponsor. • KENNETH WAYNE IVY, Physical Education, Sarepta; Phi Epsilon Kappa. • BOBBY R. JACKSON, Business Education, Montgomery; Pi Omega Pi. • JO ELLEN JAME- SON, Home Economics, Smackover, Ark.; Euthenics Club, Secretary, 1959-60; Potpourri Staff. 1959-60. • MILDRED JENKINS, Elementary Education, Mansfield. • BOBBY R. JOHNSON. Sociology, Many. • CHARLES LARRY JOHNSON. Accounting, Glenmora; Pi Omega Pi. • ED- DIE G. JOHNSON, JR., Accounting, Natchitoches; Pi Omega Pi. • RICHARD J. JOHNSTON. Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches; " N " Club; Varsity Basketball; Phi Epsilon Kappa. • BILLIE JOINER, Social Science, West Monroe; SNEA; Alpha Beta Alpha, Corresponding Secretary, 1958-59, Vice-President, 1959-60. • BETTY REUTHER JONES, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • MARVIN R. JORDAN. Upper Elementary Education, Tioga. • HASINE KAMAL KATHEY. Music Education. Shreveport; Band, President, 1959-60: Demonaires. • CAROLYN EILEEN KEARNEY, Business Education, New Roads. • MOLLIE KENDRICK, Nursing, St. Francisville. • MATTHEW JOSEPH KEPPINGER, JR., Upper Elementary Education. Natchitoches. • LEON- ARD WAYNE KING, Math, Doyline. • A. GERALD KING, Social Science Education, Doyline. • MAXIE WAYNE KITCHINGS, Math, Coushatta. • CAROLYN RUTH LACOUR, Upper Ele- mentary Education, Shreveport ; Newman Club. • LOIS NELL LACOUR, A2A, Sociology, Alexandria; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Demonettes; TKE Pledge Sweetheart; AWS Freshman Award. • CHRIS LAFITTE, Industrial Arts, Mansfield. • LINDA CHANEY LAMBERT, Nursing, Shreveport; Pi Kappa Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; LASN. President, Shreveport Division. • GAY LANTRIP, Physical Education and Upper Elementary Ed- ucation, Natchitoches. • KENNETH LANTZ, Zoology, Vivian; Beta Beta Beta; Phi Kappa Phi. • E. J. LASSITER, Math. Jena. • A. J. LAWRENCE, Physical Education, Logansport. • GLO- RIA CHANCE LEACH, Nursing, Hornbeck; LSNA. • TYRRELL W. LEACH, Manual Arts Therapy, Shreveport. 38 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 39 THE SENIOR CLASS • NORTH • JAMES LESLIE LEDBETTER, JR., Health and Physical Education, Shreveport. • ROBERT A. LEE, Sociology, Bossier City; " N " Club. • FRANCES LUCILLE LEACH, AZ, Business Edu- cation, Leesville; Delta Zeta, Vice-President. 1958-60, Historian; Canterbury Club; Pi Omega Pi; Associated Women Students, Treasurer; Judiciary Board; IAWS Representative; College Singers; Purple Jackets, President, 1959-60; Hall of Fame, I960. • SIDNEY LEE, Music, Shreveport. • FELICE LEMOINE, 222, English Education, Mansura; Sigma Sigma Sigma; AWS Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Newman Club; Student Council. • THOMAS E. LEWIS, Sociology, Shreveport. • JOHN BERNARD LINGARD, JR.. Upper Elementary Education, Houston, Texas; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Newman Club. • WAYNE LIGHTFOOT, Math, Negreet. • EDWIN R. LITES, Upper Elementary Education, Many. • CHARLES R. LITTLE, Math. Colfax. • SUE LANE LOFTIN, English, Coushatta; Phi Kappa Phi; Spanish Club; AWS; Big Sister. • JERRY LOTT, Health and Physical Education, Natchi- toches; Football; Baseball; Phi Epsilon Kappa; " N " Club. • MARIA LUNA, Nursing, Laredoj, Texas. • LINNIE ALICE McCAIN, Primary Education, Colfax. • CAROL BOLINY McCOY, Business Education, Natchitoches. • PATSY SWETLEDGE McCRORY, Nursing, Walker; Pi Kappa Sigma; BSU; LASN, President. • JERRY W. McDONALD, Business Education, Converse. • SUE McFARLAND, Accounting, Natchitoches. • DOROTHY McGLOTHLIN, Upper Elementary Education, Galbraith; Debate, 1957-58; Dormi- tory Representative, 1959; Newman Club; SNEA. • JANICE McGUIRE, Nursing, Oakdale; NSNA; LASN. • DOROTHY GATHA McINNIS, AFA, Upper and Primary Education, Anacoco; Wesley Foundation, Worship Chairman; Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer, 1959, Corresponding Secretary, 1958; SNEA. President, 1959-60, Treasurer, 1958-59, State Parliamentarian, 1959-60. • MRS. JOY METHVIN McLANAHAN, Primary Education, Natchitoches. • MAYNER Mc- MANUS, JR., Business Administration, Ball. • FRANCES MADDEN, ASA, Home Economics, Coushatta; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Potpourri Staff, 1957-58; Euthenics Club. • GLENDA McRAE, Primary Education, Leesville. • MARY ANN MAGOUN, Nursing, Ferriday. • JESSE R. MAL- MAY, Industrial Education, Zwolle. • SYLVIA MAUM, Nursing, DeRidder; LASN. • THOMAS JERRY MARTIN, Health and Physical Education, Winnfield. • TRUMAN MAYNARD, TKE, Spanish, Natchitoches; ROTC; Tau Kappa Epsilon, President. 1957-58. • SHIRLEY MARIE MEADORS, Nursing, Denham Springs; BSU; Student Nurses ' Organization. • DOROTHY MEHARG, Nursing, Many. • LEWIS F. MERRELL, Zoology and Bacteriology, Shreveport; Beta Beta Beta. • ELOUISE MICHAL, Primary Education, Alexandria; Phi Kappa Phi; Senior House Director. • WELDON MIDDLE- TON, Math, Natchitoches; Drill Team; Association of the U.S. Army. • BILLY MILLER, Busi- ness Administration, Pitkin. • EMMA GREEN MILLER, Nursing, Oakdale. • PATRICIA WIGGINS MINNECK, Nursing, Alexandria; BSU, Editor State BSU Annual; LSNA, President of Alexandria Division. • GEORG- ETTE MISSE, Primary Education, Sulphur; Demonettes; SNEA. • LEON T. MITCHELL, Co- Departmental, Pineville. • CINDA LOU MIZE. Social Science, Bogalusa; Band. • HOWARD E. MONK, Accounting, LaCamp. • KARL MOORE, IIK , Accounting, Bastrop; Pi Kappa Phi; Pi Omega Pi ; Blue Key. • SANDRA MORGAN, Upper Elementary Education, Dry Prong. • JOHN MORROW, Math, DeRidder. • JACQUELYN RAE MORRIS, Health and Physical Education, Shreveport; Davis Players; PEM Club. • DONALD R. MORRISON, Business Administration, Anacoco. • MARY MOSLEY. AZ, Business Education, Ringgold; Delta Zeta; Pi Omega Pi. • JANET HYLAN MOSS, Nursing, Baton Rouge; Pi Kappa Sigma; LASN; NSNA. • MICHAEL C. MOSS, Accounting, Natchi- toches. • PATSY R. MURPHY, Nursing, Natchitoches; LASN; College Singers. • RUTH MUR- RAY, Nursing, Mansfield. • WILLIAM VAN MUSE, TKE, Accounting and Business Adminis- tration, Delhi; Pi Omega Pi, Reporter, 1959-60; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, 1959-60; Student Council, Vice-President for Men; Men ' s Dormitory Council, President; Blue Key, Vice-President; The Current Sauce, Business Manager, 1959-60; Mr. NSC Nominee, Hall of Fame, 1960. • JACKIE NAYLOR, Nursing, Bossier City. 40 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 41 THE SENIOR CLASS NORTH • CARSON L. NEALY, Chemistry, Natchitoches; Phi Kappa Phi. • CAN ATA JO NETTLES, Home Economics, Minden; Purple Jackets; Dormitory Officer; Euthenics Cluh; Sophomore Coun- selor. • RICHARD M. NEWTON, Business Education, Colfax; Pi Omega Pi. • WILLIAM L. NICHOLS, JR.. Social Science. Shreveport; College Singers, 1957-59; Alpha Beta Alpha, Par- liamentarian, 1959-60: Honor Roll. 1957-60. • EARL DAVIS NOLAN, JR.. Health and Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa. • BEVERLY NORMAN, 222, Upper Elementary Education. Shreveport; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Cheerleader, 1959-60; State Fair Court; Triennial Correspond- ent; Big Sister; SNEA, BSU; ROTC Sponsor; Homecoming Court; N.S.C. Track Relays Court: Demonettes. Vocalist for Demonaires; Honor Roll, 1958-60; AWS. • VIRCINIA LOU NORM- AND, Primary Education, Alexandria; Wesley Foundation Council, 1955-59, Secretary. 1958-59; SNEA, Publicity Chairman, 1958-59. • YOUNG CERVAIS NORSWORTHY. Industrial Arts, Provencal. • DONALD RAY NUGENT, Speech, Bossier City. • VERNON W. NUGENT. Upper Elementary Education. Winnheld; SNEA. • WILLIAM 1 ' . O ' BANNON, Business Administration. Cypress. • DOROTHY O ' GLEE, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Sarepta; SNEA. • JANICE KIRK OQUINN, Nursing, Monroe. • CAROLYN S. PAN- KEY. 222. Home Economics Education. St. Joseph Sigma Sigma Sigma. Sentinel. Secretary. Founder ' s Day Chairman, Vice-President: Big Sister. 1956-58; Potpourri Staff. 1957-58; Town AWS, District Vice-President, 1958; Euthenics Club, 1955-59, Scrapbook Chairman, Secretary, President; Student Council. Junior Class Representative. 1956-59; Potpourri Beauty. 1957; Sopho- more Counselor, 1956-57; Student Counselor-Staff Assistant. 1957-58; Disciplinary Board. 1956-57: State Fair Court Nominee, 1956; State Fair Maid. 1957; Potpourri Court, Most Appropriately Dressed, 1958-59. • HARRY PANKEY, Upper Elementary Education. Ferriday. • FRANK 0. PARKER, English, Simpson. • MILTON C. PARKER. Business Administration. Springhill; " N " Club; Baseball; Football Manager. • GERALD PAUL, TKE, Sociology, Winnfield; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge President. 1956; Chaplain, 1957, Vice-President, 1959-60; Senior Class President. 1959-60; Inter-Fraternity Council, President; Track Team. 1958-60: Dormitory Council. 1958-59. • SUE PEARCE, KA, Nursing, Alexandria; Kappa Delta. • JERRY GAYLE PEEK. Business Administration, Bastrop. • CAROLYN ARLEN PENNEY. Primary Education. DeRidder. • RUTH WOOLRIDGE PENTON. AZ, Library Science, Natchitoches; Alpha Beta Alpha, Reporter. 1956- 57, Corresponding Secretary, 1957-58; Delta Zeta. President. 1956-58; Purple Jackets; Panhellenic Council, President. 1957-58, Vice-President, 1956-57; AWS Council; Demonettes. • CAROLYN PEPPER. Primary Education. Jonesboro. • W. DANIEL PHILLIPS, IIK p, Mathematics, Natchi- toches; Bacteriology Club; Math Club. Vice-President, 1958-59; Interfraternity Council; Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain. 1958-59; Potpourri, Athletic Editor, 1957. • AMELIA PICKETT, Nursing, Bas trop. • GEORGE B. PICKETT, Upper Elementary Education. Natchitoches. • JOHN R. PICK- ETT, Speech, Manv; BSU, 1956-60; Blue Key; Debate. • CHARLES A. POCHE. Mathematics. Cloutierville. • IVAN G. POGUE, Health and Physical Education, Lewisburg. Ky.; Assistant Basketball Coach. • RAYMOND POLSON. Business Ad- ministration, Pitkin. • EVELYN BRIAN PONDER, Nursing, Baton Rouge: LASN; NSNA. • CECIL J. POSS, English, Shreveport. • DORIS E. POTMESIL, Nursing, Deville. • VESTON POUTEAU. Health and Physical Education, Oil City. • ROBERT W. POWELL. ITK . Physical Education and Upper Elementary Education, Lockport; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Epsilon Kappa; " N " Club. • CAMILLE PRIMM, Nursing. West Monroe, NASN, Treasurer, 1959; Band. 1957; LASN. 1956-59. • PAT PROKOWETZ, Journalism. Alexandria: Current Sauce Staff. Society Editor, 1957. Asso- ciate Editor. 1958, Editor. 1958-59, Outstanding Staff Member. 1957, Most Valuable Staff Member. 1958; 1 ' hi Kappa Phi. 1958-60: Purple Jackets. Vice-President. 1959-60; Potpourri Court. Most Ambitious, 1958; Commuity Services Committee. • WILLIAM G. PROTHRO. Accounting. Natclii- toches. • JUDY ENETE PULLEN. Primary Education. Jonesville. • BONNIE LYNNE RACHAL. Upper Elementary Education. Lena; Newman Club: AWS. • WILLIAM R. RAMBIN. Speech. Monroe; Davis Pl ayers; Alpha Psi Omega. • BILLIE R. RAPHIEL, Nursing, Campti; NSNA; LASN. • MARTHA SUE RAPHIEL, Nursing, Campti; NSNA; LASN. • G. DALE REEVES. Business Administration, Natchitoches. • ELISSA E. REID, 222, Mathematics, Natchitoches; Sig- ma Sigma Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi. Treasurer, 1959-60; Band, 1957; Town AWS, Vice-President. 1959-60, Treasurer, 1958-59; BSU. • FA YE ANN RICHARDS. Primary Education, Dry Prong; SNEA; College Chorus. • BEN RICHARDSON. JR.. HTT. Sociology, Shreveport; Sigma Tau Gamma; Newman Club; Potpourri Staff, 1957-58. • SHELLEY P. RICHARDSON. Health and Physical Education. Hackberry; Blue Key: BSU. • JOHN HENRI RICHMOND. Marketing, Alexandria. • ROBERT RISOR. Indus- trial Education. Manv; Industrial Arts (Hub; Drill Team. Commander: Association of the U.S. Army. • I AMES I). ROACH, Health and Physical Education. Minden. • B. TED ROBERTS, Sociology, Natchitoches; Pre-Law Society. • CLAUDE J. ROBERTS. Business. High Island, Texas. • BARBARA ROBERTS, Nursing, Chalmette; LASN; NASN; BSU. 42 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 43 THE SENIOR CLASS • NORTH • SUE LYNN ROBERTSON, Primary Education, Tioga; BSU; Dormitory Council, President; AWS Council. • DONALD ROBINSON, Upper Elementary Education, Hineston. • JAMES D. REYNOLDS, Business Administration, Alexandria. • BARBARA L. ROBERTS, Nursing, Chal- mette; LASN; NSNA; BSU. • FRANCES DARLYNE .ROGERS, Business Education, Pelican; Purple Jackets; AWS, President, 1959-60; Pi Omega Pi; Demonettes, 1957-58; BSU Freshman Council. 1957-58; Student Council Sophomore Representative, 1958-59; Hall of Fame, 1960. • JIM- MIE DUANE ROSS, Health and Physical Education, Winnfield. • JO ANN ROSS, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • PEGGY ROUGEAU, Nursing, Lena. • SALLY ANN RUTLEDGE, AZ, Primary Education, Cheneyville; Delta Zeta; AWS Council; SNEA; Panhellenic Council; College Singers. • MARY BETH SANDERS, 222, Primary Education, Vivian; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Sigma Sig- ma; Co-ed Vice-President Student Council; Cheerleader; AWS Council. • CHARLES C. SAVA, English, Natchitoches. • LOIS CRNKOVIC SAVA, Nursing, Zwolle. • DANIEL C. SCHMIDT, Chemistry, Pride; Nu Sigma Chi. • CULLYNE SCOTT, 222, History, Natchitoches; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Town AWS, Vice-President, 1958. • EUGENE SCOTT, IIK , Math, Natchitoches; Blue Key, President; Senior Class Representative; Association of the U.S. Army, President; Pi Kappa Phi; Mr. N. S. C. Nominee; Hall of Fame, 1960. • ELAINE NEAL SHERMAN, Primary Educa- tion, Bastrop; ROTC Sponsor; Big Sister; AWS; SNEA. • BOBBY M. SIMMONS, Business Administration, Pineville. • LONNIE M. SIMPSON, Upper Elementary Education, Cotton Valley. • LAWRENCE J. SISUNG. JR., Sociology, New Orleans. • JAMES B. SLACK, Government- History and Pre-Law. Plain Dealing; Student Council, President, 1959-60; BSU; Political Science Club; Hall of Fame, 1960. • MILTON W. SLOANE, Math, Doyline. • BILLY GENE SMITH, Marketing and Business Administration, Natchitoches. • CARL C. SMITH, Vocal Music Educa- tion, Shreveport; BSU. • DEAN SMITH, Health and Physical Education and Upper Elementary Education, Oak Grove. • DONALD E. SMITH, Health and Physical Education, Jonesville; Phi Epsilon Kappa. • JAMES LAWRENCE SMITH, Social Science, Logansport. • JOSEPH LOYD SMITH, Math Education, Natchitoches. • M. JUNE SMITH, Nursing, Shreveport; LSNA; NSNA; Concert Band; AWS, Dormitory Council. • JOANN SOREY, Nursing, Shreveport; NSNA; LASN; Demonettes, 1957. • HELEN IRENE SORRELL, Library Science, Harrisonburg; Alpha Beta Alpha; SLTA. • PATRICIA SPIGENER, A2A. Home Economics, Blanchard ; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Euthenics Club, Reporter, 1957-58. • WILLIAM P. SPILLERS, Biology, Atlanta; Beta Beta Beta; Current Sauce, 1956-58; Potpourri, 1958. • BILLY R. SPRAWLS, Agriculture, Bienville. • MARIE CLEO STAFFORD, 222, Math Education, Boyce; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Beta Beta Beta; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi. • LOIS STEHLING, Nursing, Gulfport, Miss. • PATRICIA L. STEPHENS, Primary Edu- cation. Natchitoches. • MINA ANN STEPHENSON, Nursing, Ruston; NSNA; LASN; BSU. • MARY SUE STEVENS. Health and Physical Education and Business, Robeline; Band, Secretary-Treasurer, 1957; PEM Club; WRA; Town AWS. • ANN E. STEWART, 222, Primary Education, Natchitoches; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Wesley Foundation; Town AWS. • MARGARET REYNOLDS STEWART. Nurs- ing, Bastrop; First Vice-President — Student Government, Shreveport Division, 1958. • WILLIAM STEWART, Math, Doyline; Basketball. 1956-60, Captain, 1959; Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class; Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class; " N " Club, 1957-60. • JIMMY W. STOCKARD, JR., Education, Natchitoches; SNEA, Treasurer, 1959-60. • JOHN D. STOCKSTILL, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • BERTHA STOTT, Upper Elementary Education, Mansfield. • ALBERT LETCHER STRANGE, Social Sciences Education, Converse. • HERMAN TERRY SULLIVAN, Health and Physical Education, Oakdale. • LELAND L. SUL- LIVAN, Business Administration, Castor; Association of the U.S. Army. • ELAYNE SUTHER- LIN, Business Education, Haughton. • BILLY RAY TAYLOR, Industrial Education, Converse. • HAZEL F. THAMES, Education, Coushatta. • EDWINA THEDFORD, Vocal Music Educa- tion, Many; Demonettes, 1957-58; College Singers, 1957-58; Sigma Alpha Iota, 1957-60; Band, 1958-59; Girls Chorus, 1958-59; Northwestern Chorale, 1958-60; Orchestra, 1959-60. • JANICE THIBODEAUX, Business Education, Natchitoches. • ROBERT E. THIBODEAUX, Business Ad- ministration, Marrero. • BILLY F. THOMAS, Health and Physical Education, Kelly. 44 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 45 THE SENIOR CLASS • NORTH • JAMES L. THOMASEE, English, Natchitoches. • IRIS VERNELL THOMPSON, Nursing. Boyce. • PERRY VANCE THOMPSON, Business Education. Pineville; Pi Omega Pi; Phi Mu Alpha; College Singers. • JACQUELINE T. THURMON, Home Economics, Ringgold. • SARAH LYNN THURMOND. Business Education, Calvin; Sophomore Counselor; Junior House Director; Senior Counselor; Pi Omega Pi; Purple Jackets. • JOSE A. TIRADO, Social Science, Cabo Rojo. Puerto Rico; Spanish Club; Organization ol the U.S. Army. • JANET TOBIN, Nursing. New Orleans. • PATRICIA TOWNSEND, Primary Education, Bossier City; Phi Kappa Phi. • CLAR- INE TRAPP, Upper Elementary Education. Anacoco; SNEA. • JANELLE KATHRYN TRENTMAN. Primary Education. Bossier City. • DON TRULY, Health and Physical Education. Shreveport. • ROY A. UNDERWOOD. JR., Health and Physical Education, Bossier City; Newman Club; SNEA; " N " Club. • NANCY MORROW UNDERWOOD. English, Oakdale; SNEA, President; Band; Demonettes Flamingo Club. • CHER1E J. VER- MAELEN, 222, Math Education, Shreveport; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Demonettes, 1957-58; Student Advisor, 1958-59. • JOHN EDWIN VERMAELEN. Math Education and Business Education, Cal- casieu; Pi Omega Pi. 1957-60; Phi Kappa Phi, 1958-60; Kappa Delta Pi, 1958-60; Organization of the U.S. Army, President, 1958-59; Battle Group Commander, 1958-59; Tom Baker Award. 1958-59. • NORMA MARGARITA VILLAMIZAR, AZ, Nursing, Natchitoches; Delta Zeta; LSNA. • JOAN FLORES VINCENT, II K2, Primary Education. Natchitoches; Disciplinary Council, 1958; Potpourri Staff, 1957, Editor, 1958; Dormitory Council, 1958; Pi Kappa Sigma. 1956-60; Secretary, 1958; Honor Roll, 1959; Publications Committee, 1958. • NORBERT P. VINCENT, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. • ESTHER M. VOTH, Nursing, Natchitoches. • VELDA WADE, Nursing. Farmerville; NSNA; LASN. • VIRGINIA WALDRON, Nursing, Haynesville; LSNA. • ELEANOR WALLACE WALKER, Nursing, Jennings; LASN. • JAMES ROY WALKER, TKE, Bacteriology and Chem- istry, Clarence; Beta Beta Beta; Association of the U.S. Army; Tau Kappa Epsilon. Blue Key. • MARY E. WALKER. Nursing, Pineville. • BOBBY R. WALPOLE, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Bossier City. • MURRAY JEAN WANNAMAKER, ATA. Music Education, Hammond; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Alpha Gamma Delta; Chorus. • SYLVIA ANN WARD. ASA, Home Economics Education, Shreveport; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Euthenics Club. • BOBBY GLEN WARREN, Agriculture. Minden; Demeter Club. • CAROLYN WARREN, Nursing, Coushatta. • SUE WEIR, 222, Upper Elementary Education, West Monroe; Sigma Sig- ma Sigma, 1957-60; Alternate Cheerleader, 1958-59; Demonettes. 1957-58; College Singers, 1957-58; Contemporary Dance Club, 1958-60, Vice-President, 1959-60; Honor Roll, 1957-60; Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart. 1959. • PAT WELCH. Business Education. Alexandria; Pi Omega Pi, 1957-60, Treas- urer, 1959; Dormitory Council, 1957; BSU Freshman Council, 1956, Executive Council, 1957-59. • BARRON WELLS ' . Business Education, Kisatchie. • LANE WEST, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Columbia. • MARIE ANNETTE WESTBROOK. Dietetics, Bossier City; Wesley Founda- tion, 1956-60; Euthenics Club, 1956-60. Secretary. 1959-60. • DON M. WHITE. Mathematics, Le- compte. • CHARLES RAYMOND WHITEHEAD, Business Administration. Natchitoches. • JAMES SLACK WH1TEHURST, Social Science and Upper Elementary Education, Pineville. • MARGARET ANDRIF.S Will TTINGTON, Nursing, Bossier City; LASN. • BOBBY WICKER. Industrial Arts Education and Health and Physical Education, Baton Rouge; Basketball; Track; " N " Club. • SHIRLEY ANNE WIGGINS, Home Economics. Coushatta; Euthenics Club; Student Counselor; Wesley Foundation; Dormitory Council. • DOYLE WILLIAMS. Accounting and Busi- ness Administration; Coushatta; Pi Omega Pi; BSU. • MARY WILLIAMS, Business Education. Provencal. • MOLLIE WILLIAMS, Math, Pineville. • ARTIE WIMBERLEY, 92T, Journalism, West Monroe; Theta Sigma Upsilon, 1957-59; Purple Jackets. 1958-59; Pan-American Club. 1958: Current Same. Reporter, 1956-57, Society Editor, 1957-58, Associate Editor. 1958-59, Editor, 1959- r 0. • IRIS RAINERY WINEGEART. Nursing. Tioga. • JERin ;. WISH. Accounting, Homer; Pi Omega Pi, Vice-President. 1959-60. • RUTH B. WISE, Nursing, Shreveport. • DONALD G. WITTY, Social Sciences, Morganza. • MARGIE WORLEY, Health and Physical Education. Shreveport; PEM Club; WRA. • JANELLE WYATT, Upper Elementary Education, Jonesboro. • CLARENCE R. YOUNG, Accounting, Shreveport. • DOLORES JEAN YOUNG, Nursing, Shreveport. • JACK ATTAWAY, Sociology. Shreveport. • LORINC CAMPBELL. 222, Social Science, Leesville: Sigma Sigma Sigma. 46 WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 47 THE JUNIOR NANCY ALBRIGHT, 222, Nursing, Monroe. • JUAN- ITA ALFONSO, Nursing, Chalmette. • SUZANNE AL- FONSO, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • BETH ALLEN, Art, Ashland. • DAPHNE ALLEN, Primary Education, Viv- JERARD ALLEN, Upper Elementary Education, Oak Grove. • DOROTHY ALMGREN, Speech Therapy, Shreveport. • SUZY ALOST, Art, Alexandria. • ME- LINDA ANNE ALLUMS, Business Education, Cotton Valley. • ROBERT D. ANTHONY, Forestry, Negreet. • ERNEST ARMSTRONG, Business Administration, Bon- ita. • DIXIE BARKER, Upper Elementary Education, Natchitoches. • LUCIE BARILLIER, AZ, Primary Edu- cation, Baton Rouge. • WAYNE BEATY, Industrial Arts, Cotton Valley. • MICHAELENE BECKMAN, AZ, Business Administration, Shreveport. 4 • BARBARA BEEBE, 2K, Home Economics, Lena. • EL- TON G. BEEBE, Business Administration, Lena. • CAR- ROLL P. BENNETT, Speech, Natchitoches. • DIXIE BERRY, Secretarial Science, Natchitoches. • JOE BAR- NEY BERRY, Health and Physical Education, Martha- ville. TRESSA BERWICK, Elementary Education, Starks. • MARIE BLANCHARD, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • PRESTON P. BLANCHARD, Health and Physical Education, Gretna. • RITA BLAN- CHARD, Primary Education, Coushatta. • PAT BOB- BITT, Health and Physical Education, Oil City. 6 RUBY NELL BOBBITT, Journalism, Oil City. • HEY- MAN J. BOHRER, Business Administration, Alexandria. • ANNETTE BOONE, 222, Primary Education, Wood- worth. • CLARENCE DEWITT BOOTY, Math, Natchi- toches. • FREDERICK C. BOSARCE, Journalism and History, Alexandria. • HENRY C. GOUCHER, JR., Business Administration, Springhill. • PEGGY R. BOUDINOT, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • DOUGLAS BOUGHTON, Nursing, MerRouge. • GLEN IVAN BOUNDS, Agronomy, Bastrop. • BLAN- CHARD BOX, Mathematics, Montgomery. 8 • ANGIE LEE BOYT, Nursing. Pineville. • DANNY MACK BOYT, 2TT, Industrial Education, Natchitoches. • MARY SUE BOYET, Home Economics, Bossier City. • EDITH BRAY, Speech Therapy, Zwolle. • REGIN- ALD BRAZIL, Math, Ball. PAT BREEDING. Medical Technology. Pineville. • PHYLLIS BREWER. Nursing, Baton Rouge. • RO- BERTA BROMLEY, Music Education, Alexandria. • BYRON LEONIDAS BROWN, Speech Education, Coushatta. • KITTY BROWN, A2A, Medical Technol- ogy. Alexandria. 10 PATSY BROWN, Health and Physical Education, West Monroe. • JAMES P. BRUMLEY, Music Education, Shreveport. • DANIEL J. BRUPHACHER, Health and Physical Education, New Orleans. • MARY NELL BU- CHANAN, 222, History, Shreveport. • ELOISE BUND- RICK, AZ, Primary Education, Bunkie. 48 CLASS OF 1960 • TROY BURCH, Health and Physical Education, Winn- field. • ROBERT M. CAGLE, Health and Physical Ed- ucation, Oil City. • NANCY SUE CAIN, Social Science Education, Natchitoches. • DAVID CALHOUN, Business, Shreveport. • PEGGY CAMP, Nursing, Magnolia, Ark. • EUGENE L. CAMPBELL, Industrial Technology, Shreve- port. • ELOISE CARAWAY, Nursing, Hodge. • LIN- DA H. CARAWAY, Journalism, Tullos. • JAMES CAREY, Business Administration, Shreveport. • PATSY CARPENTER, Upper Elementary Education, Calvin. • JAMES L. CARROLL, JR., IIK , Instrumental Music, Olla. • L. C. CATHEY, JR., IIK S , Business Adminis- tration, Shreveport. • CONELL CELLES. Health and Physical Education, Baton Rouge. • HOYET CHANCE. Zoology, Natchitoches. • BILLIE CHARLEVILLE, Nurs- ing, Scott. • JAMES E. CHANDLER, Sociology and History, Shreve- port. • SANDRA CHITTY, Nursing, Gonzales. • WIL- LIAM HAROLD CLARK, Zoology, Natchitoches. • R. WAYNE CLEMM. STT, Art, Shreveport. • JOY COLE, 222, Primary Education, Shreveport. • FRANCES P. COLLINS, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Shreveport. • BEWELL COMBS, Chemistry, Min- den. • LYNNE COMPTON, Home Economics, Alex- andria. • JERRY M. CONERLY, Business Administra- tion, Leesville. • LAURIE V. CONLY, Health and Physi- cal Education, Rodessa. • WALTER COPELAND, Industrial Education, Mitchell. • CODY Q. CORLEY, Agriculture, Florien. • STELLA H. CRAIG, Nursing, Pineville. • WILLIAM EL CRAIG, Health and Physical Education, Converse. • BETH CRAWFORD, Primary Education, Winnfield. • JOHN L. CREECH, TKE, Business Administration, Shreveport. • JERRY CRENSHAW. Math, Shreveport. • ROBERT C. CROSBY, Business Administration, Shreveport. • SANDRA C. CROWDER, Primary Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • LNIDA CROWE, Nursing, Metairie. 8 MARY ALICE CRYER, Primary Education, Pineville. • HOYT CURTIS, Industrial Arts, Many. • WILBERT S. CURTIS, Business Administration, Negreet. • CARL W. DAVIS, Agriculture, Clarence. • MARGRETTE DA- VIS, Nursing, Ringgold. • CHUCK DESADIER. Health and Physical Education. Natchitoches. • FRANCIS F. DEVILLE, French, Alex- andria. • ALBERT E. DEWEES, Health and Physical Education, Homer. • ALLEN L. DOUGHTY, Industrial Education, Kentwood. • HAROLD D. DOWDEN, Busi- ness Administration, Many. 10 • JIMMY C. DOWDEN, Industrial Technology, Many. • MICHELLE DRANE, Nursing, Forest. • ED DRAN- GUET, Business Administration, Natchitoches. • CLYDE P. DREWETT, Physics, Jena. • JOHN A. DULL, Health and Physical Education, Bossier City. J . M LjL JLfL- .2f? 3L3l Q 49 QSL 3L1L3L THE JUNIOR CHARLES DUMAS, Industrial Arts, Natchitoches. • GAYNELL B. DUMAS, Home Economics Education, Jennings. • THELMA J. DUPREE, Primary Education. Coushatta. • ELIZABETH DYSON, Primary Education, Natchitoches. • DAVID F. EASON, Accounting, Martha- ville. WILLIAM D. EDWARDS, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Munfordville, Ky. • JO FRANCES EDWARDS, Primary Education, Robeline. • DORRIS R. ELLZEY, Library Science, Sarepta. • ROY GERALD ENGLISH, Agriculture and Agronomy, Mansfield. • RICHARD E. ESCOTT, 2TT, Government, Shreveport. • SAMMY M. ESSMEIER, Health and Physical Educa- tion, New Orleans. • JAMES R. FAIR, Business Ad- ministration, Natchitoches. • JOHNNY 0. FALCON, In- dustrial Education. Zwolle. • GLORIA FARMER, Nurs- ing, Arcadia. • LINDA FEDD, Biology Education, Alex- andria. KATHLEEN FELTMANN, AI A, Sociology, New Or- leans. • FRANK FLETCHER, JR., Accounting, Alex- andria. • MARTHA FLETCHER, Nursing, Shreveport. • JERRY FLOWERS, Social Science, Shreveport. • BRUCE G. FOREMAN, TKE, Art, Alexandria. • ROBERT W. FOSTER, Business, Shreveport. • JO- SEPH M. FRAZIER, IIK , Chemistry, Winnfield. • LANE RAY FREEMAN, Math, Castor. • JODY ANNE GAINER, Nursing, Gonzales. • MARY VIR- GINIA GANDY, Mathematics, Winnfield. CLARICE GANEY. Primary Education, Trout. • AL- LEN GERMAN, Chemistry, Florien. • PATSY GLAD- DEN, 222, Speech, Shreveport. • MARVA GLOVER. AZ, Primary Education, Natchitoches. • SANDRA GLOVER, AZ, Biology, Shreveport. • PATSY GOLDSBY, 222, Medical Technology, Mans- field • GERALD E. GORDON, Social Sciences, Natchi- toches. • PATSY GORHAM, Nursing, Winnfield. • FABIA GOTREAU. Nursing, Sulphur. • BENNY J. GOUGH, Industrial Education, Grayson. 8 BILLIE T. GOUGH, Library Science, Trout. • DORIS GRAHAM, Primary Education, Winnfield. • BENNY Z. GRANT, English, Leesville. • ANN GRAY, Business Administration, Homer. • ROY WEYMAN GREEN, Accounting, Natchitoches. HERBERT BROOKSYE GREGG. Business Administra- tion, Belzoni, Miss. • WILLIAM A. FRICE, Industrial Education, Converse. • ROBERT E. HALE, Math, Hoss- ton. • PHILLIP B. HALEY, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Natchitoches. • MONA C. HALL, Primary Edu- cation, Minden. 10 • ROBERT J. HAMBLETON, Physics, Many. • MARI- ETTA HAMMOCK, Library Science, Bernice. • JUDITH HAMMOND, Library Science, Alexandria. • C. GLEN HARDY, Pre-Engineering, Robeline. • GEORGIE NELL HARMON, Primary Education, Leesville. 50 CLASS OF 1960 • JANICE HARMON, Pre-Law, Arcadia. • NOLAN HARPER, Social Science, Shreveport. • JAMES D. HARRIS, Agriculture, Goldonna. • MARCIA HARRIS, Music Education, Homer. • JAMES A. HORTON, Up- per Elementary Education, Coushatta. • HELEN HARVILLE, Upper Elementary Education, Campti. • GERRY HAWORTH, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Alexandria. • H. L. HAWTHORNE. Industrial Arts, Jonesboro. • BILLY H. HAYNES, Health and Physical Education, Shongaloo. • FRANCES J. HAZLE- TON, Speech, Alexandria. • JOHN V. HAZLETON, Speech, Alexandria. • ALICE HECKEL, AZ, Secretarial Science, Homer. • JAMES A. HEIFNER, Business Administration, Plain Dealing. • DEWEY R. HENNIGAN, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Natchitoches. • CHARLES R. HERRING, For- estry, Mansfield. • DAN J. HILL, Math, Vivian. • INEZ HILL, A2A, Nursing, Pitkin. • BURNA D. HINKLEY, Health and Physical Education, Baton Rouge. • JOHN HOLLADAY, Health and Physical Education, Colfax. • ROY HOL- LAND, Upper Elementary Education, Winnfield. JIMMY L. HORN, Social Science, Logansport. • GWENDOLYN HORNE, Nursing, Paris, Ark. • DA- VID B. HOWARD, Accounting and Pre-Law, Pineville. • CAROLYN HUBER, Piano, Lake Charles. • PAUL E. HUTCHESON, Business Administration, Chattanooga, Tenn. • ROBERT W. ISTRE, Industrial Arts, Pineville. • DEN- NY IVEY, Health and Physical Education, Rotan, Texas. • ANDREW M. JACKSON, JR.. Upper Elementary Ed- ucation, Many. • DAVID E. JACKSON, IIK , Music Ed- ucation, Shreveport. • ARTHUR JAMES, Math, Natchi- toches. • PAUL JEMISON, Electronics, Leesville. • JACK JINES, nK , Industrial Arts, Natchitoches. • SARITA M. JOHNS, AZ, Nursing, Waterproof. • JOLENE JOHN- SON, AIW, Speech Education, Houma. • LOVICK H. JOHNSON, Social Science, Natchitoches. 8 • LAWRENCE M. JONES, JR., Social Science, Ruleville, Miss. • DIANA JORDAN, Nursing, Florien. • MARY JORDAN, Nursing, Shreveport. • THOMAS E. JOR- DAN, Industrial Education, Robeline. • JILL KELLEY, Nursing, Metairie. • PAUL J. KEMPER, Sociology, Lemay, Missouri. • BOB A. KENDRICK, Industrial Education, Springhill. • BIL- LY H. KENNEY, Forestry, Columbia. • BEVERLY KING, Primary Education, Alexandria. • CARRIE N. KNIGHTON, Nursing, Shreveport. 10 • DAVID J. KNOTT, Agriculture, Shreveport. • MACK KNOTTS, Health and Physical Education, Castor. • GEORGE W. KRUMM, Bacteriology, Hackberry. • LARUE LACAZE, Accounting, Natchitoches. • PA- TRICIA LACAZE, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. 51 H l THE JUNIOR • HENRY L. LACOUR, Math, Natchitoches. • JERRY LACOUR, Nursing, Cloutierville. • JULIA R. LACROIX, Health and Physical Education, Montgomery. • PATRI- CIA LANDRY, AZ, Social Studies, Natchitoches. • WANDA LAWRENCE, Upper Elementary Education, Parhams. 2 BARBARA LAWSON, Primary Education, Pineville. • VIRGINIA L. LEE, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • JAMES M. LEISURE, English, Natchi- toches. • NANCY L. LEIBY, Dietetics, Pennsburg, Pa. • BOBBY J. LEWIS, Agriculture, Shongaloo. • HILMA LEVY, English, Kingston, Jamaica. • MI- CHAEL K. LEWIS, Government, Shreveport. • LORAN LINDSEY, Accounting, Coushatta. • NANCY LIND- SAY, Primary Education, Baker. • CLARENCE D. LITTLE, Math, Mooringsport. • PERCY A. LITTLE, II K , Pre-Engineering, Bastrop. • SAMUEL B. LOVE, 2Ti Business Administration, Shreveport. • SANDRA McCALLA, AZ, Mathematics, Shreveport. • SUE McCARTNEY, Nursing, Mer Rouge. • DEWEY McCRAVY, Mathematics, Shreveport. • JEANETTE McDONALD, Nursing, Pitkin. • MAL- COLM L. McDONALD, Agronomy, Natchitoches. • WIL- BURN D. McDONALD, JR., Business Education, Mitch- ell. • JOHNNIE McELROY, Nursing, Winnfield. • MA- SON McKINLEY, Chemistry, Pineville. • CHARLES McKENZIE, Industrial Arts, Cullen. • MIT- ZI McLEAN, Nursing, Shreveport. • RALPH E. Mc- NABB, Business Administration. • SHIRLEY ANN Mc- NEEL, Biology Education, Shreveport. • RACHAEL MAINES, Nursing, Natchitoches. HENRY MANNS, Business Administration, Elmhurst, N.Y. • LYNN MARCHAND, Nursing, Gonzales. • AL- BERT MARK. Biology, Oahu, Hawaii. • BOB MARTIN, Agronomy, Mangham. • MARIE MARTIN, 222, Mathematics, Shreveport. OSA D. MARTIN, Business Administration, Mora. • MARY L. MATHEWS, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Sondheimer. • REX L. MATLOCK, Mathematics. Natchitoches. • BOBBY W. MAXEY, Sociology, Winn- field. • CECIL R. MAY, Upper Elementary Education, Baton Rouge. • HENRY E. MEGISON, Health and Physical Education, Pineville. • CHARLES J. MICHAEL, Economics, Natchitoches. • RITA E. MICHAL, A2A, Primary Edu- cation, Alexandria. • MARIE MICHEL, Speech and Hearing Therapy, Bunkie. • LEONARD MICHIELS, History, Alexandria. 10 IVAN E. MILEY, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • BLANCHE MILLER, AZ, Primary Education, De- Ridder. • JOHN M. MILLAR, TKE, Business Adminis- tration, Natchitoches. • JANICE MILLER, Home Eco- nomics, Coushatta. • JUANITA MILLER, Primary Ed- ucation. DeRidder. 52 CLASS OF 1960 • MARY LYNN MILLER, Nursing, Homer. • MICKEY MILLS, Health and Physical Education. Opelousas. • JAMES M. MIXON, Sociology, Cotton Valley. • AL- FRED K. MONROE, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • DOYLE T. MONTGOMERY, Accounting, Provencal. • KAY MOORE, A PA, Health and Physical Education. Springhill. • PRECIOUS A. MORROW, Elementary Ed- ucation, DeRidder. • CLARICE A. MORVANT, Health and Physical Education. Sulphur. • DONNELL MUL- LINS, Industrial Arts, Sarepta. • CAROLYN YVONNE NETTLES, AZ. Upper Elementary Education. Minden. • LANELLE NEWTON. Health and Physical Education, Winnfield. • JACK E. NIXON, Industrial Arts Educa- tion, Coushatta. • SANDRA NOAH, Primary Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • MARGARET ANN NOLAN. 222, Upper Elementary Education. Shreveport. • NELWYN NORSWORTHY, Music, Natchitoches. JUDITH NORMAND, Nursing, Alexandria. • FRAN E. NOVAK, Nursing, P ineville. • MARY JOSETTE NULL. Health and Physical Education. • THOMAS M. NUNEZ, Biology, Grand Chenier. • SIDNEY F. O ' BRY- AN, Business Administration. Joyce. • ERWIN L. OGLETREE. Business Administration. Shreveport. • HAROLD OLDHAM, Business Education, Tallulah. • SARAH R. OLIVER, Music, Campti. • ED- GAR T. OVERLAND, Accounting, Natchitoches. • HAR- OLD M. OWERS. Business Education, Polloch. • ERA LEE PARKS, Nursing. Monroe. • JEAN PARKS, Nursing, Homer. • CHARLES M. PARTIN, Govern- ment, Shreveport. • LINDA PATE, English. Bossier City. • ANN ELIZABETH PATRICK, Primary Edu- cation, Converse. • DONNY W. PAYNE, Industrial Technology. Natchi- toches. • JOEL E. PENTON, Industrial Arts, Natchi- toches. • LUCIE S. PETTY. AZ, Nursing, Shreveport. • VINCENT EARL PHILLIPS, Government. Baton Rouge. • CHARLES G. PICKETT, Social Sciences. O ' Fallon. 111. 8 JAMES PICKETT. Health and Physical Education. Doyline. • ANITA PIERCE. AZ. Business Education. Grayson. • JERRY PIERCE, Journalism, Springhill. • JOHN L. PITTMAN. Math, Winnfield. • PATRICIA ANN PITTMAN, 222, Business Education, Mansfield. • TRUETT SPIVEY PLUNKETT, Accounting. Pelican •JOYCE W. PONDER, Education, Ringgold. • MARY BLANCHE POSTELL, AZ, Social Welfare, New Or- leans. • CHARLES D. POWELL. Business Administra- tion, Shreveport. • NADA W. POWELL, Upper Ele- mentary Education, Many. 10 JERRE PRESTRIDGE, Nursing, Jonesboro. • PAUL M. PRINCE, IIK , Business Administration. • SALLY C. PRUDHOMME, Education, Bermuda. • FRED PRUS- SAK, Speech Therapy, West New York, N.J. • RICHARD PULLIG, Upper Elementary Education and Health and Education, Gibsland. %HLiL r 10 51 53 3 | !5 +■ i mm fad fa. ' ' ■, MO - vl : w x THE JUNIOR • MAXINE L. QUEYROUZE, Health and Physical Edu- cation, New Orleans. • TED RAINS, Industrial Arts, Mansfield. • ROBERT W. RAMBO, Agriculture, Georgetown. • DORRIS J. REAMES, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • JERRY B. RICE, Music, Winnfield. 2 • VIRGINIA DARE ROACH, Nursing, Bastrop. • ROB- BIE ROBBINS, Business Education, Natchitoches. • CAROLYN R. ROBERTS, Home Economics Educa- tion, Oil City. • JO ANN ROBINSON, AZ, Social Studies, Lake Charles. • PEGGY JOE ROBINSON, ATA, Primary Education, Homer. • SUE D. ROBINSON, AZ, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • BET- TY ROGERS, Nursing, Bastrop. • GAIL ANNE RUCK- ER, AZ, Primary Education, Shreveport. • JACKIE RYDER, ASA, Primary Education, Pineville. • NEU- TRIA SALLEY, Vocal Education, Shreveport. • BETH SAVILL, Primary Education, Marthaville. • ED- DIE R. SAUCE, Business Administration, Cullen. • DON A. SCOGGINS, Upper Elementary Education, Leesville. • HOMER 0. SCOTT, Business Administration, Natchi- toches. • PEGGY SELF, Nursing, Bossier City. • CHARLES J. SHELTON, Accounting, Mansfield. • MARION L. SHILLING, 2TT, Accounting, Alexan- dria. • THERESA F. SHIRAH, Elementary Education, Monroe. • MICKEY SHIVER, Art Education, Shreve- port. • DENVER W. SHOUP, Business Administration, Springhill. • BOBBYE SIMMONS, Nursing, Winnsboro. • SUE SIMS, Library Science, 011a. • LEONA E. SIMPSON, Nursing, Houma. • DALE SKINNER, Health and Physi- cal Education, Belmont. • LARRY SKINNER, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. HELEN ANN SLIMAN, Primary Education, Leesville. • GEORGE SMITH, Health and Physical Education, West Monroe. • RONALD H. SMITH, Zoology, Hanna. • SARA R. SMITH, Nursing, Monroe. • WILLIAM A. SMITH, JR., Industrial Technology, Natchitoches. 8 MARY ALICE STEPHENS, AZ, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Natchitoches. • KENNETH E. STEPHENS, In- dustrial Education. • JOE E. STOUT, Industrial Arts, Mansfield. • PATRICIA STARKS, Upper Elementary Education, Chestnut. • WILLIAM L . SPEARS, Account- ing, Toro. • NANCY STEWART, Nursing, Minden. • RONALD STILLWELL, Nursing, Benton. • HAZEL STREBECK, Nursing, Belmont. • TROY STROTHER, Sociology, Cullen. • FRANK SULLIVAN, Health and Physical Education, Okolona, Miss. 10 NANCY SUTTON, Primary Education, Vinton. • PA- TRICIA HOPE SWAFFORD, English, Colfax. • MARIE JEANNE SWANN, 222, Medical Technology, Bunkie. • CAROLYN SWAIN, Nursing, Pineville. • KENNETH M. SULLIVAN, Nursing, Shreveport. 54 CLASS OF 1960 • ELOISE TAMBURO, Social Welfare, Delhi. • PAT TATUM, Health and Physical Education. Newellton. • CELESTA S. TAYLOR. Dietetics, Mitchell. • DALE TAYLOR, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • EDDIE TAY- LOR, Industrial Arts, Mansfield. • JAMES P. TAYLOR, Industrial Arts, Converse. • LOU- ISE TEMPLE, Nursing, Ruston. • IRIA J. THOMAS, Nursing, Coushatta. • HANNAH THOMPSON. Nursing, Springhill. • LA VERNE THOMPSON, ZK, Home Eco- nomics, St. Joseph. • W. LAVELLE THOMPSON, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Montgomery. • JOHNIA I. TOWRY, Business Education, Natchitoches. • JANICE TRILSCH, Art. Greenwood. • SHERRY R. TRICE, Speech and Hear- ing Therapy, Mooringsport. • JENNIE W. TROESCH, Primary Education, Natchitoches. • SUZANNE TUMMINELLO, Primary Education, Lees- ville. • ROBERT E. TURNER, Business Education and Accounting, Simpson. • LYNWOOD VALLEE, Agricul- ture, Colfax. • WINFREY VERDEL, Forestry, Natchi- toches. • VINCENT SABELLA, Math, Natchitoches. • MACK WAGLEY, Pre-Engineering, Manv. • MARIE WALKER, Nursing, Many. • ERNESTINE WALKING- STICK. Nursing, Cherokee, N.C. • ELEANOR WALL, Primary Education, Carthage, Tex. • JOHN A. WANAT, Agriculture, Nohle. • DAVID L. WARD, Industrial Education, Montgomery. • LUCY WATSON, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • LEWIS W. WATTS, Chemistry, Oil City. • MONROE 0. WEBB. TKE, Social Science Education, Franklinton. • WISKY WEBER, Nursing, Alexandria. • CAROL WEBBER. Nursing, Vivian. • BETTY J. WEEKS, Business Education, Simpson. • LORRAINE WEEKS, Business Education, Harrisonburg. • BOBBY WELCH, Health and Physical Education, L.I. City, N.Y. • FRANK WHITE, Sociology, Pineville. 8 • IRIS KAY WILLIAMS, Nursing. Denham Springs. • JAMES E. WILLIAMS, Accounting, Vinton, o MARY A. WILLIAMS, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • ANN WILSON, AZ, Nursing, Hodge. • JOHN WISE, Government and Business, Bienville. • JOYCE E. WILLIAMS, Business Education, Delhi. • PATRICK M. WILLIAMS, Mathematics, Kilgore, Tex. • ROGER WILLIAMS. Upper Elementary Education, Bunkie. • WAYNE WILLIAMSON, Accounting and Business Administration, Montgomery. • BOB J. WIN- GARD, Accounting, Homer. 10 • BEVERLY WOODS, Secretarial Science. Natchez, Miss. • CAROLYN WOODWARD, Art Education, Mansfield. • TOMMY A. WOODWARD, Sociology, Mansfield. • LENORA A. WOOLLEY, Upper Elementary Education, DeQuincy. • EDWIN WORTHY, Upper Elementary Edu- cation. Montgomery. MARTHA WORTHY, Upper Elementary Education, Montgomery. • JUDY WRIGHT, Primary Education, Port Sulphur. • TERRELL M. YARBROUGH, Business Administration, Coushatta, • BILLY YOUNG, Business Administration, Bastrop. • SHERMAN L. YOUNG, Math, Vivian. • WINSTON R. YOUNGBLOOD, Indus- trial Arts, Doyline. %1V 3 ? 9£ Pt JLlfl ! 3lH $ " ■TK-ri THE SOPHOMORES • GILBERT F. ACOSTA, Music Education, Key West, Fla. • PEGGY ADAMS, Nursing, Lake Charles. • FERNE ELLEN AINSWORTH, 222, Health and Physical Education, Shreveport. • JERRY L. AINS- WORTH, 2TT, Health and Physical Education, Shreve- port. • JIMMY ALDREDGE, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Jena. 2 BARBARA ALLEN, English, Georgetown. • MARY V. ALLEN, English Education, Winnfield. • FRANCES M. AMBERG. Primary Education, Georgetown. • MILDRED A. AMBERG, Primary Education, Georgetown. • RUS- SELL L. ANDERSON, Journalism, Marrero. ED ANSARDI, Upper Elementary Education, Port Sul- phur. • JANELL ANTHONY, Dietetics, Negreet. • ELEANORAE BAGLEY, Medical Technology, Alex- andria. • ELLEN BAKER, 2K, Health and Physical Education and Elementary Education, Minden. • TOM BAKER. Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. JAMES BANKSTON, Pre-Dentistry, Dry Prong. • PATSY BARNES, Medical Technology, Ferriday. • JOSEPH D. BASCO, Industrial Arts Education, Many. • RAY J. BASS, Forestry, Natchitoches. • TERRY J. BASS, Primary Education, Shreveport. • RALPH L. BATES, Health and Physical Education, Kisatchie. • WILLIAM D. BATES. Industrial Education, Castor. • NORACE BEAM, Business Administration. Pelican. • KENNETH E. BEAM, Agriculture, Pelican. • GERALD BEASLEY, Business, Pineville. LOGAN BEASLEY, Sociology, Nashville, Tenn. • JIM- MIE BECKEN, Math, Shreveport. • JEANIE BELTA, Home Economics, Leesville. • JANICE BENEFIELD. Home Economics, Baton Rouge. • PHIL BENNETT, Health and Physical Education, Devers. GERALD BENNETT, Social Sciences. Pineville. • JESSE BERGERON, Math, West Monroe. • HUGH BERNARD, Business Administration. Natchitoches. • MERRILYN BERNARD, 222, Nursing. Hammond. • OCTAVE BERNARD, JR., Industrial Education, Race- land. 8 NANCY BEST, Nursing, Bossier City. • BEVERLY D. BEVIL. Upper Elementary Education. Natchitoches. • ROBERT J. BEVILL, JR., Industrial Arts Education, Natchitoches. • BONNIE BLACKMON, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Leesville. • RANITA BLAKE, Primary Education, Shreveport. TOMMY EDWIN BLAKE, Biology, DeRidder. • LU- THER P. BLEVINS. JR., Industrial Technology, Simp- son. • EDWIN J. BONIAL, Math, Alexandria. • SAM- MY BONNETTE. Agriculture, Alexandria. • ELSIE BORDELON, Social Sciences Education, Mansura. 10 • ROY D. BOSTICK, IIK , Business Administration, Shreveport. • MARGARET ELVA BOWEN, Elementary Education, Detroit, Mich. • CAROLYN BOYDSTUN. A2A, Health and Physical Education. Natchitoches. • JAMES J. BRADHAM, Math, Jackson. • CHARLES E. BRADLEY. Math, Natchitoches. ; 56 THE SOPHOMORES IRENE BRANDON, Upper Elementary Education. Zwolle. • JANICE BRAZZELL, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Winnfield. • RONALD BRAZZELL. Marketing, Georgetown. • DOUGLAS WELDON BREWER, Market- ing, West Monroe. • DOVIE BRIAN, Nursing, Pride. MARGIE BRISTER, Primary Education, Sieper. • EMMA LOU BRODNAX, SK, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Shreveport. • ROBERT BROOKS, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Olla. • DAVID BROSSETTE, Industrial Technology, Natchitoches. • JACK L. BROSSETTE. Vocal Music, Greenwood. MORRIS E. BROSSETTE, Pre-Engineering, Natchi- toches. • BARBARA BROWN, Primary Education, Shreveport. • BETTY L. BROWN, Nursing, Shreveport. • DELORES ANN BROWN, Primary Education, Shreve- port. • VIRGINIA LEE BROWN, Nursing, Denham Springs. • WOODY GERALD BROWN, Speech, Lake Charles. • DANNY BRYANT, Manual Arts Therapy, Shreveport. • BECKY BUCKNER, Upper Elementary Education. Shreveport. • W. ANN BURCH, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Montgomery. • MARY CAROLE BURFORD, Upper Elementary Education, Gloster. • JULIUS BURKETT, Math, Converse. • CHARLES BURLISON, Upper Elementary Education, Hornheck. • REUBEN J. BURNS, Forestry, Natchitoches. • RUDY LEVIS BURNS, Elementary Education, Alex- andria. • KENNETH BUSBY. Business Administration, Negreet. 6 DONALD BUSH, Zoology. Florien. • JEANETTE BY- NUM, Business Education, Bossier City. • MEREDITH E. BYNUM, Accounting, Natchitoches. • JO ANN CAIN, Music Education, Bossier City. • W. A. CAIN, Bac- teriology, De Ridder. • BILLY DAVIDSON CALVERT. Physical Education Vidalia. • BARBARA JEANE CAMPBELL, Business Education, Lake Arthur. • ALBERT F. CAPERTON, Journalism, Bossier City. • WILLIAM E. CARDNEAUX ' Journalism, Natchitoches. • CARLYNN E. CARLYON. Math, Boyce. 8 • ANN ELIZABETH CARTER. Education, Shreveport • LINDA CATER, Social Welfare, Bossier City • GEORGE CELLES, 2TI Math, Baton Rouge. • GER- HARD ANDREAS CELY, Sociology, Bossier City • BOBBY L. CHANDLER, Industrial Arts Education. Shreveport. • HELENE CHASE, Nursing. Clinton. • JESSE CHESS- LER, IIK S , English, New York. • PATRICIA KAY CHEVALIER, Health and Physical Education. Glen- mora. • DORIS CLARK, English, Natchitoches. • ROY L. CLARK, Biology, Clarence. 10 " H 4™? EE CLEVELAND, Zoology, Alexandria. RICH ARD CLIFTON, Upper Elementary Education, n i oT d Vc SYBIL CLOUD, Nursing, Oakdale. " ™% h l L £° YLE COFFEY, Chemistry, Ashland. • WILLIAM M. COFFEY, Upper Elementary Education, Cribsland. 3 A£3. 57 . J __„- 7 I Y 3Jk£ Q G THE SOPHOMORES • MAXINE COILE, 2K, Primary Education, Plain Deal- ing. • HUGH M. COLLINS, Accounting, Shreveport. • JULIAN A. COMBS, Government, Natchitoches. • JUANITA PATRICIA COOK, Nursing, Denham Springs. • MAURICE JEANETTE COOLEY, Business Education. Slagle. • JANE COOPER, Nursing, Hammond. • JACK L. COR- LEY, Upper Elementary Education, Mansfield. • LINDA CORLEY, English, Natchitoches. • DAVID COURTNEY BRALY, French, Shreveport. • GAYLE CORO, Nursing, Alexandria. • MELVIN W. COX, Industrial Arts, Haughton. • JER- ALD CREAMER, Engineering, Many. • LESTER WAYNE CROOKS, Social Science, LeCompte. • LARRY CROW, Health and Physical Education, Merryville. • JAMES R. CUPPLES III, Accounting, Springhill. • BETTY DAIGLE, Nursing, Gonzales. • DIANE DAVIS, Nursing, Alexandria. • HENRY LEE DAVIS, Forestry, Florien. • CAROL DAVISON. Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Montgomery. • DOROTHY DALE DAWSON, So- cial Welfare, Monroe. • ROBERT H. DAY, Physical Education, Jena. • HAR- OLD DEASON, Agriculture, Pitkin. • THOMAS L. DE BUSK, UK , Speech, Winnfield. • MARGARET DEES, Nursing, Magnolia, Arkansas. • MARILYN L. DE FATTA, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • MILLARD D. DELCOURE, Physical Education, Grayson. • LAURA MARGURITE DENNY, Social Welfare, Ferriday. • GERRIE DICKERSON, 222, Upper Elem- entary Education, West Monroe. • NEITA DICKERSON, 2K, Secretarial Science, Mansfield. • ANN DICKSON, Nursing, Belcher. PATRICIA ANN DISHOUGH, Business Education, Leesville. • FRANCES DONAHOE. Nursing, Delhi. • JO ELLA DORMEYER, Upper Elementary Education. Shreveport. • PEGGY DOSSMAN, Math, Alexandria. • BERYL FAY DAUCET, Nursing, Jennings. 8 • ROBERT L. DOW, Business Administration, Natchi- toches. • LARRY DOWDEN, Math, Anacoco. • ALICE ANN DUCHAMP, 2K, Secretarial Science, Mansfield. • JANE DUDLEY, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • OLLIE DAVID DUKE, Math, Natchitoches. GEORGIA DUNCAN. Secretarial Science, Greenwood. • WILLIAM WAYNE DURAND, Math. Pollock. • BARBARA DYKES, Business Education. Shreveport. • HUGH C. DURHAM, 21T, Business Administration. Alexandria. • CECIL FRANKLIN EASLEY JR., Math, Goldonna. 10 • MARY FRANCES EASLEY, ASA, Bio logy, Education, Natchitoches. • JOHN E. EDGAR. Journalism, Shreve- port • MANSON EUGENE ELKINS. Industrial Tech- nology, Robeline. • JAMES ELLIOTT, Education, Noble. • WILLIAM E. ELLIS, Speech, Shreveport. 58 THE SOPHOMORES • ROBERT L. ESCUDE. Health and Physical Education, Mansura. • EVELYN M. EVANS, Accounting, Natchi- toches. • JANIS EVANS. Upper Elementary Education, Saline. • SIDNEY B. EVANS. JR., Accounting, Natchi- toches. • BERTIS W. EZARNACK, Business Adminis- tration, Zwolle. • PATRICIA SUE FARROW, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Minden. • CHARLES M. FAVROT, Sociology, Belle Chasse. • M. PHILLIP FILIATREAU, Physical Education, Alexandria. • MARY FINCH, Elementary Education, Belmont. • RITA FINDLEY, Medical Tech- nology, Shreveport. • WILLIAM FIRMENT, Physical Education, Detroit. Michigan. • JOHN FISHER. Physical Education, Natchi- toches. • MARY DELL FLETCHER, English, Mont- gomery. • KAY FLOWERS, Journalism. Jena. • J. T. FLOYD, JR., DTT, Pre-Engineering. Shreveport. • DENNIS G. FOLDS, English and Journalism, Lawtell. • JOHN FORD. Biology, Leesville. • TOMMY ANN FORD, Sociology, Shreveport. • WILLIAM OBIE FORD, Mathematics, Alexandria. • SHARON FORRESTER, Nursing, Panama City, Florida. • BARBARA FOSTER. Elementary Education, Alex- andria. • ELIZABETH FOSTER, Social Welfare, Sond- heimer. • DONALD B. FOWLER, Biology, Woodworth. • JERRY FOWLER. Physical Education, Coushetta. • JAMES A. FRALICH, Physical Education, Indianap- olis, Indiana. • VIRGINIA FRAZIER, Secretarial Science, Sarepta. • JIMMY SUE GABBARD, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Houston. • CHARLES GADMAN, Physics, Logans- port. • LYNN GAINES, Business Administration. Olla. • KATHLEEN GALLASPY, Piano Education, Pelican. • PATRICK WILEY GANDY, Accounting, Many. • MYRTLE GASKIN, Primary Education, Pitkin. • KATHLEEN GATES, Nursing, Pollock. • WAYNE GATES, Pre-Law, Shreveport. • BOBBIE NELL GAT- LIN, Upper Elementary Education, Colfax. 8 ROBERT GENTRY, Journalism, Marthaville. • DOUG GIBSON, Sociology, Marshall, Texas. • CAROLYN GILES, English, Shreveport. • WILEY B. GILLIS. Elec- tronics, Pineville. • DEVONA GLOVER, Secretarial Science, Coushatta. • PATRICIA GLEZER, Business Education, Springhill. • LORA GOLDEN. Primary Education, Jonesboro. • EDWIN JAMES GOODWIN, Business Administra- tion, Alexandria. • ROBBIE GRAPPE. Primary Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • LINDA GRAVES, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Vivian. 10 • LA VON GRAY, Home Economics, Sibley. • GLADYS CLARINE GREEN, Home Economics Education, Sond- heimer. • JULIA M. GREEN, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Tullos. • PATRICIA ANN GREER, Sociology, Shreveport. • RUTH GREMILLION, Nursing, Pineville. 59 JLULlfl THE SOPHOMORES BOBBY GRIGSBY, Math, Natchitoches. • BOBBIE GUIN, Speech. Winnfield. • EDWIN F. GULLATT, JR.. Business, Shreveport. • CHARLES B. GUNN, Industrial Education, Lake Charles. • NORMA GURDEN, Spanish Education, Shreveport. 2 DONNIE HADDOX, Physical Education. Montgomery. • LINDEL HAGAN, Primary Education, Pineville. • GLORIA HALEY, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • CHAR- LOTTE HALMIC, Upper Elementary Education, Crow- ley. • BETTY RUTH HAMMONS, Nursing. Delhi. 3 • OTHO NEIL HARRISON, Math, Shreveport. • WIN- SOR HARMON, Speech. Crowley. • KAY HARDIN, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • MARY ELEANOR HARPER, Upper Elementary Education, Colfax. • JES- SIE B. HARRINGTON. Business, Natchitoches. • CURTIS A. HARRIST, JR., Pie-Engineering, Shreve- port. • TRACY G. HARVILLE, Industrial Arts, Cou- shatta. • SANDRA SUE HASH, Music Education, Con- verse. • MARGARET VIRGINIA HATHORN, Math. Tioga. • HYLTON HAWSON, Industrial Education, Natchitoches. 5 JERRY R. HEARD, Accounting, Shreveport. • ALIENE HENNIGAN, Primary Education, Calvin. • ELMER HERMES, Art. Shreveport. • CHARLES HERNANDEZ. Upper Elementary Education, Natchitoches. • JERRY HERNANDEZ, Accounting. Nanuct, New York. GLENN HERRING, Accounting, Alexandria. • EVON ONITA HERRINGTON, Home Economics, Florien. • FRANK ALLEN HICKMAN, Math, Lecompte. • MARY ALYCE HIGGINS, Medical Technician, Delhi. • JULIA C. HILDEBRAND, Upper Elementary, Natchi- toches. • WILLIAM T. HILGER, History, Lena. • BETTIE SUE HILLMAN, Math, Lena. • JUNE DALE HILLMAN. Home Economics, Delhi. • JOYCE LYNN HODGES. Upper Elementary. Georgetown. • MARLAN HODGES, Library Science, Calvin. 8 • LINDA HODGESON, Nursing, Baker. • SUE HOGG, Nursing, Grayson. • BARBARA SUE HOLLIS, Dietetics, Pleasant Hill. • EDDIE HOOD. Physical Education. Ruston. • JAMES LYLES HOOKER, TKE, Business, Leesville. • RUTH HORN, Nursing, Ville Platte. • PEGGY HOR- TON, Secretarial Science. Benton. • CARROLL HOUS- TON, Upper Elementary, Sarepta. • NORMA HOYT. Nursing. Groves, Texas. • BETH HUCKABY, AZ, Nurs- ina. Coushatta. 10 • PATSY ANN HUCKABY, 222, Secretarial Science. Sarepta. • JOHANNA HULLS, 222, Home Economic- Education, Newelton. • SUZAN HUTCHINS, Primary Education, Shreveport. • BETTY HUTSON, Nursing. Lake Providence. • CARL F. HUNT, Math, Wilda. 60 THE SOPHOMORES • PEGGY HUTTON, ASA, Primary Education. Natchi- toches. • HENRY MICHEAL HYA.MS. Industrial Tech- nology. Natchitoches. • PATRICIA JACKSON, Primary Education. Baton Rouge. • JAMES JARRETT, Forestry. Delhi. • HULON D. JENNINGS. Electronics Technol- ogy, Robeline. • PAUL JETER. Marketing. Shreveport. • FRANCES C. JOHNSON, Secretarial Science. Glenmora. • GERALD WAYNE JOHNSON. Math, Woodworth. • JIMMY MERLE JOHNSON. Secretarial Science. Campti. • ROGER V. JOHNSON. Business, Leesville. • FRANKY JONES. Pre-Law. Shreveport. • JERRI JONES, Secretarial Science, Coushatta. • JUDY JONES. Nursing, Jonesboro. • WAYNE A. JONES. Industrial Education. Hornbeck. • KENNETH FLOYD JORDAN. Industrial Education. Shongaloo. • JUDITH JAN KENNEDY. Elementary Education. Longview, Texas. • CECELIA SUE KENT, Secretarial Science, Baton Rouge. • KERRY KAY KELLEY. Speech, Winnfield. • DIANN KENNEDY. Upper Elem- entary Education, St. Landry. • REGAN L. KENNER. Education. Natchitoches. • LINDA E. KILE, Health and Physical Education, Lees- ville. • MARY HELEN KILPATRICK. AZ, Nursing. West Monroe. • LINDA SUE KING, Upper Elementary Education, Leesville. • GLENN R. KRAMEL, Upper Elementary Education, Libuse. • JANIE SUE KROUSE. Agriculture, Minden. • CARL W. KNAPP, Journalism. Jena. • ROBBIE SUE KNIGHT. Speech, Shreveport. • IRWIN J. KOCH, Agri- culture, Belle Chasse. • MARGIE KUHLMANN. Upper Elementary Education, Montgomery. • MARVIN J. LA COUR. Pre-Med., Shreveport. A. J. LADATTA, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • DAVID LAGARDE. Sociology, New Orleans. • PHILLIP M. LANE, Pre-Engineering. Keithville. • BARBARA LAW. 222, Business Education. Oil City. • LINDA LAW. Sociology, Marthaville. 8 • ANNAH VAUGHN LEACH, Art. Natchitoches. • CAROLYN LEACH, AZ, Medical Tec hnology, Lees- ville. • DONNA RUTH LeBLANC, Business Education. Jennings. • GENE LeBLANC. Industrial Technology. Lockport. • MARTHA LEE, Nursing, Gilliam. • BOBBY LEWIS, Sociology. Haynesville. • JANICE LIGHTFOOT, Primary Education, Shreveport. • CARO- LYN LILLEY, Business Education, Pleasant Hill. • PATRICIA ANN LINDNER, Art, Good Pine. • JANICE LINDSAY, Nursing. Shreveport. 10 • WILLIAM C. LINDSEY, Chemistry, Jena. • JOHN MARVIN LINDSLY, Zoology, Cheneyville. • JANE LINGENFETTER, Nursing, Shreveport. • DAVID C. LOE, Business Education, Shreveport. • WAYNE E. LOFTON, Industrial Arts, Natchitoches. » $$,.$ 61 THE SOPHOMORES BILL LONG, Sociology and Math, Winnfield. • CHAR- LOTTE M. LONG, Government, Ferriday. • DAVID H. LUCE, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • ROB- ERT H. McALLISTER, Sociology, Wake Village, Texas. • LOUIS McBRIDE, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. EMILY JO McCAIN, Primary Education, Colfax. • ELAINE McCARTNEY, Secretarial Science, 011a. • MARJORIE McCLOUD, 222, Nursing, Raceland. • KENNETH P. McDANIEL, 2TT, Physics, Natchi- toches. • JACKIE ANN McGEE, Primary Education, Bossier City. • PATRICIA McGRAW, English, Shreveport. • CARO- LYN McKINLEY, Secretarial Science, Belcher. • RO- LAND McKNEELY, JR., UK , Government, Blanchard. • JACKI McKNIGHT, Primary Education, Sulphur. • ALAYNE McINTOSH, Primary Education, St. Jo- seph. CHARLES W. McLAIN, Math, Campti. • JAN Mc- LEISH, 2K, Primary Education, Plain Dealing. • WIL- LIAM D. McMAHEN, Geology, Springhill. • THEDA G. McMICKLE, Music Education, Natchitoches. • PA- TRICK S. McNEEL, Accounting, Shreveport. • LENORA G. McREE, Medical Technology, Shreveport. •JOHNNY MADDOX, Mathematics, Zwolle. • CHARLES R. MAINS, Mathematics, Many. • BRY- ANT MALONE, Industrial Education, Logansport. • GLEN MANGHAM, Science Education, Shreveport. • MONIE MANNING, Nursing, West Monroe. • JOSEPH P. MARTINEZ, Accounting, Zwolle. • NEVA J. MAR- TINEZ, Secretarial Science, Zwolle. • STEVE MAR- TINEZ, Mathematics, Zwolle. • RICHARD D. MA- SON, Health and Physical Education, Greggton, Texas. • KEITH MARLER, Sociology, Hineston. • JOHN E. MARTIN, Social Science, Natchitoches. • ROBERT G. MARTIN, Business Administration, Natchitoches. • S. G. MARTIN, JR., Mathematics, Ashland. • WILLARD G. MARTIN, Business Education, Minden. 8 GEORGE MASTERS, Agriculture, Provencal. • SAN- DRA MARX, Nursing, Crowley. • RASTUS 0. MAS- SEY, Mathematics, Winnsboro. • FRANK MATHEWS, Marketing, West New York, N. J. • BETSY MAY, Pi- ano, Leesville. JOHN C. MAYS, Mathematics, Glenmora. • NANCY JO MELROY, Upper Elementary Education, Ringgold. • BILL MENARD, Health and Physical Education, Batesville, Ark. • JOYCE MERRELL, Elementary Edu- cation, Shreveport. • MARTHA A. MESSINGER, Secre- tarial Science, Bastrop. 10 • MARY F. MESSER, Secretarial Science, Campti. • MARTHA MIDDLETON, 222, Medical Technology, Natchitoches. • HELEN AR. MILLER, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Monroe. • SIDNEY L. MILLER, Indus- trial Education, Shreveport. • HENRY MASSON, Accounting, Pineville. 62 THE SOPHOMORES WILLIAM N. MILLER, Upper Elementary Education, DeRidder. • JOHN DAVIS MIZE, Business Administra- tion, Shreveport. • CAROLYN ANN MONKHOUSE, Journalism, Shreveport. • GARY B. MOORE, English, Leesville. • MICHAEL MOORE, Sociology, Dodson. • PATRICIA L. MOORE, Business Education, Welch. • MARILYN MORACE, Home Economics Education, Jena. • PATRICIA L. MORGAN, Health and Physical Education, Shreveport. • WILLIAM B. MORGAN, Busi- ness Administration, Springhill. • CARLISLE B. MOR- RISON, Journalism, Natchitoches. • EDITH MOTHERSHED, Primary Education, Florien. • GENEVIEVE MULINA, ASA, Primary Education, Shreveport. • GLEN MYERS, Mathematics, Pelican. • MARGARET ANN NASH, A2A, Science, Many. • FRANCES NATIONS, Nursing, Shreveport. • CLOTILE NATTIN, Primary Education, Bossier City. • JANICE NEELY, Music, Shreveport. • MARVIN F. NELSON, Physical Education, Robeline. • DONALD E. NETT, Accounting, Many. • SUE NORMAN, 222, Health and Physical Education, Shreveport. • LAURALIE NORMAND, English, Alexandria. • RICH- ARD E. NORRED, Speech, Shreveport. • MONETA NORSWORTHY, Secretarial Science, Provencal. • JERRE NORWOOD, Accounting, Benson. • IRMA D. NUGENT, Elementary Education, Harrisonburg. • DELMER W. OLDS, Health and Physical Education. Natchitoches. • ROBERT L. ORTEGO, Business Educa- tion, Basile. • MANUEL A. PADILLA, Accounting, Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. • THOMAS PALMA, Pre-Law, Natchitoches. • WILLIE T. PARDEE, Accounting, Le- compte. • WAYNE PARKER, 2TF. Industrial Arts, Alexandria. • PRUDENCE PARROTT. Medical Technology, Shreve- port. • CHARLOTTE PATE, Mathematics, Bossier City. • CURTIS PAUL, Upper Elementary Education, Boyce. • MERLE PAYNE, Nursing. Rayville. 8 • GLORIA J. PEARSON, Nursing, Choudrant. • CAR- MEN PEEVY, Nursing. Baton Rouge. • EVELYN M. PENNEY, Elementary Education, DeRidder. • MAXINE PENNEY. Primary Education, DeRidder. • DORIS PERRY, Nursing, Sieper. 9 • MILTON C. PETERSON, Health and Physical Educa- tion, DeQuincy. • BOB PHARIS, Sociology, South Gate, Calif. • JANICE PHILLIPS, English. Shreveport. • LUKE PHILLIPS. Health and Physical Education, New York City, N. Y. • NOVA PHILLIPS, Nursing, Alexandria. 10 • WILLIAM A. PIERCE, Business Administration, Ring- gold. • GAIL PIERSON, Mathematics, Natchitoches. • SAM L. PIRANIO, JR., Business Administration, Lees- ville. • J U ANITA PITTMAN, Nursing, Dubberly. • MARILYN PITTS, Secretarial Science, Robeline. 63 ■Q ul 4 £% m 1 THE SOPHOMORES • MARY ALICE PRESTRIDGE, Nursing, Alexandria. • M. CLARENE PREWITT, English Education, Moor- ingsport. • JAMES L. PRUDHOMME, Business Admin- istration, Natchitoches. • TEDD T. PRUDHOMME, Social Sciences, Natchitoches. • DORIS E. PUGH, Sec- retarial Science, Lake Charles. 2 RONALD QUIMBY, Business Administration, Natchi- toches. • JAMES L. RABB, Agriculture, Waterproof. • LYNDA D. RALEY, Secretarial Science, Arcadia. • ROBERT P. RANKIN, Upper Elementary Education, Pelican. • CALVIN J. REESE, TKE, Business Adminis- tration. Shreveport. JERRY REEVES, Accounting, Bossier City. • ROBERT REEVES, Speech Therapy, Baton Rouge. • CAROLYN REGION, Nursing, Alexandria. • DORIS RICHARD. Business Education, Shreveport. • CATHERINE RICH- ARDSON, Business Administration, Leesville. ROYCE RICHMOND, Upper Elementary Education, Pitkin. • HERBY ROACH, TKE, Pre-Medicine, Shreve- port. • ILA J. ROBERTS, Primary Education, Leesville. • RUBY ROBERTS, Nursing, Leesville. • T. A. ROB- ERTS, Government, Grayson. • CAROLYN ROBINETTE, 222, Secretarial Science, Mansfield. • BARBARA ROBISON. Upper Elementary Education, Logansport. • GLENN W. ROBISON, Physics, Morgan City. • MAXINE ROGE, Nursing, Cloutierville. • BETTY J. ROUGEAU, Nursing, Vacherie. PEGGY A. ROY, Upper Elementary Education, Natchi- toches. • SAMUEL H. RUSSELL, ni», Mathematics. Pineville. • WALTER L. RUSSUM, JR., Business, Pine- ville. • AUBREY L. RYALS, IIK . Agriculture, Winn- field. • GAIL RYLEE, Medical Technology, Alexandria. • STANLE C. SAKOVICH, Business Administration. Shreveport. • AL SANDAHL, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Wetaskiwin, Alberta. • FRANK SANDERS, Health and Physical Education, Alexandria. • PATRICIA A. SANDERS, ArA, Nursing, Bastrop. • PATSY L. SANDERS, AZ, Math Education, Oakdale. 8 BOBBY L. SASSER, Social Science, Ball. • WILLIAM SATCHER, Mathematics, Lecompte. • CHARLES L. SAUNDERS, Biology, Natchitoches. • MARGIE SA- VILL, Nursing, Shreveport. • MARY A. SCHAFER, Li- brary Science, Baton Rouge. LAURANCE B. SCHAUF, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, St. Joseph. • RODNEY SELF, Industrial Arts, Many • HUEY P. SERMONS, Accounting, Pineville. • BARBARA SHAVER, Business, Benson. • FREDDIE A. SHEPHARD, Business, Tullos. 10 ANN SIMMONS, Primary Education, Shreveport. • CHARLES R. SIMMONS, Mathematics, Pineville. • C. GERALD SIMON, Accounting, Pineville. • BOBBY SLACK, Pre-Medical, Sarepta. • S. L. SLACK, Business Administration, Sarepta. 64 THE SOPHOMORES • JAMES W. SLAUGHTER, Pre-Engineering, Glenmora. • GLENDA FAYE SMITH, Business Education, Cotton Valley. • JACKIE SMITH, Physical Education, Kent- wood. • JACQUELYN SMITH, Math, Slagle. • JIMMY SMITH, Business, Shreveport. • KENNETH N. SMITH. Journalism. Logansport. • VIR- GINIA A. SMITH, 222, Secretarial Science, Logans- port. • WILLIAM R. SMITH, Agriculture, Haughton. • LOU TAYLOR SPIVEY. Primary Education, Many. • VIC STELLY, Physical Education, Zachary. • TONY STICKELL, Business Education, Boyce. • CHARLES R. STOKES. Industrial Technology, Cal- casieu. • CLAUDETTE STOKES, Upper Elementary Education, Elmer. • WILLIAM R. STOTHART, Social Welfare, Coushatta. • ANN STREBECK, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Belmont. • RAYMOND STROTHER. Journalism. Port Arthur, Texas. • RUTH STROZIER, Business Education, Trout. • DEWEY Q. SWOR, Journalism. Pollock. • PEGGY SWOR, English, Shreveport. • VALINE SWOR, Secre- tarial Science, Pollock. • JERRY LYNN SULLIVAN, Sociology, Shongaloo. • DAWN E. SUMLIN, Medical Technology, Delhi. • JOHN T. SUTTON, Math. Lake Charles. • SHIRLEY TASSIN, Library Science, Lecompte. • FRANCIS LA- RUE TAYLOR, Home Economics, Dodson. SHARON TALOR, Upper Elementary Education, Spring- hill. • SHELBY JEAN TAYLOR, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • SUE TEER, Speech, Shreve- port. • MARION THAMES, Business. Shreveport. • ANITA THEDFORD, Dietetics. Many. PAUL THIEL, TKE, Vocal Music Education, Shreve- port. • JERRY M. THIELS, Business, Alexandria. • GLORIA JEAN THOMPSON, Primary Education, Goldonna. • NORMAN J. THOMPSON, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Sikes. • DAVID THORNTON, Business, Haynesville. 8 DEANNIE THORNTON, Nursing, Bosco. • ELLIENNE TODD, ATA, Nursing, Bell City. • WOODY TRAM- MELL, Sociology, Alexandria. • SHARON TUDOR. Nursing, Pineville. • ROBERT JOSEPH TURNEY, Accounting, Natchitoches. • JEAN TURNAGE, Nursing. Winnsboro. • DONALD VANGASSEN, Business. Alexandria. • EVELYN VICK- NAIR, Education, Pineville. • WALLIS RAYE WAG- NER, Secretarial Science, Grand Cane. • URSULA WAHL, German, Monterey. 10 ARCHIE WALKER, Upper Elementary Education. Sieper. • GLORIA ANNETTE WALKER, Upper Ele- mentary Education. Epps. • MARY KATHERINE WALKER, Primary Education, Plain Dealing. • DORO- THY WALLEN, 222, Art, Nashville, Tennessee. • WALTER R. WEAVER, Agriculture, Coushatta. ft M 3L 3$- l 3 3®$ 65 M 3 2 THE SOPHOMORES • MARY LOUISE WALTERS, Elementary Education, Colfax. • MRS. EDNA WARD, Elementary Education, Heflin. • LAVETTE WARD, ASA, Home Economics, Shreveport. • ROBERT L. WARD, Pre-Dental, Pineville. • SHIRLEY ANN WARD, Upper Elementary, Prov- encal. • SHARLYNE WARING, Education, Bastrop. • SARAH ANN WATSON, Home Economics, Tullos. • PATRICIA R. WATTS. Nursing, Saline. • ROBERT R. WEAVER, Industrial Education, Campti. • JOSEPH WEINMUNSON, Journalism, New Orleans. • NORMA LEA WELCH, Upper Elementary Education, Anacoco. • TRUITT WELDON, Business, Florien. 3 • EDWIN OLAN WESTMORELAND, 2TT, Journalism, Shreveport. • SYLVIA JOAN WHATLEY, Home Eco- nomics Education, Lake Providence. • SARA ALICE WHEAT, Physics, Bastrop. • KEVIN M. WHITE, Pre- Law, Indianapolis, Indiana. • ROBERT L. WHITE, Busi- ness, Shreveport. • FRANCIS DAN WHITEHURST, Accounting, Pineville. • SUE WHITMAN, Nursing, New Orleans. • MIKE WHITFORD, Upper Elementary, Natchitoches. • JON WHITTINGTON, Industrial Arts, Bossier. • SANDRA WHITTINGTON, Primary Education, Shreveport. • BERTHA NAN WIGGINS, Upper Elementary Education, Tallulah. • DONALD W. WILKINS, Vocal Music, Homer. GLENN WILKINS, Upper Elementary Education, Homer. • BILLY WILKINSON. Math, Calvin. • LINDA WIL- LIAMS. Business Education, Eva. • JERRY B. WILLIS. Business, IIK , Winnfield. • JERRY RAY WINN, 2TT, Business, New Orleans. • EDNA ALLENE WISE, Pre- Med, Lena. • MARY ANN WISE, 2K, Upper Elementary, Coushatta. • JOHN B. WOOD Social Science, Shreveport. • RAY- MOND WOODEL, Business, Oakdale. • BARBARA NELL WOODS, Upper Elementary Education, Mont- gomery. • DONALD E. WOOLSEY, 2TT, Electronics, Shreveport. • GENE WRIGHT, Physical Education, Ne- greet. GLORIA WRIGHT, Library Science. Harrisonburg. • CAROLYN ANN YOUNG, Home Economics, Bossier City. I think I ' ll quit Wanna go watch the submarine races tonight? THE FRESHMEN JI.MMIE SEBASTIANO ABRAMO, Medical Tech, Bos- ton, Mass. • GARY WAYNE ACKLIN. Marketing, Jones- boro. • BILLY DON ADAMS, Accounting, Minden. • JOHNNY ADAMS, TKE, Business Administration, Pineville. • PHILLIP ADAMS, Business Administration, Shreveport. JAN ADCOCK, Nursing, Shreveport. • WILLIAM EU- GENE AINSWORTH, Math, Natchitoches. • ELLA ALEXANDER. Nursing, Hammond. • GLENN ALEX- ANDER, Business Administration. Lena. • JOY ANN ALLBRITTON, Nursing, Bernice. RAY ANDERSON, Industrial Electronics, Zwolle. • AL ANDING. Health and Physical Education. Opel- ousas. • PHILLIP ALLEN, Chemistry, Robeline. • DOTTYE LOU ANDRIES, Nursing, Glenmora. • MATHILDA ANN ANDRUS, AZ, Journalism, Opel- ousas. • RUBY ANTHONY, General Curriculum, Ida. • CHARLES GALE ARTHUR, Agriculture, Florien. • BARNEY ATKINS, Business Administration, Jones- ville. • JIM B. ATKINS, IIK t , Agriculture, Pineville. • ANN AUCOIN, Secretarial Science, Jena. • TILTON ANTHONY AUENSON, Pre-Engineering, Alex- andria. • VERLENE AYRES. Nursing, Ashland. • BARRY G. BAILEY, Business Administration, Bern- ice. • HAL E. BAILEY, Dentistry, Alexandria. • BILLIE JEAN BAMBURG, Math, Coushatta. • MARY ANN BANKSTON, Social Welfare, Baton Rouge. • JOAN KATHLEEN BARKER, Nursing, Pine- ville. • TIMOTHY BARKER, Biology, Natchitoches. • BASIL NEILL BARNES. Business Administration, Marshall, Texas. • DAVID BARNES, Physical Educa- tion, Princeton. JIMMY D. BARNES, Business Administration, Atlanta. • SUE BARR, Social Studies, Rodessa. • ROBERT IRVIN BARRETT, Pre-Engineering, Logansport. • EARNEST JAMES BAXLEY. Agriculture, Winnfield. • GLENDA FAYE BARTON, Nursing, Pineville. 8 • JACK T. BEASLEY, Pre-Engineering, Glenmora. • RODNEY BEE, Agriculture, Eva. • JOYCE BEHM, Music Education, Logansport. • MURPHY W. BEL- GARD, JR., Math, Deville. • S. J. BENANDI, Physical Education, Port Sulphur. 9 • CARMEN BENNETT. Primary Education, Boyce. • JOE CHRIS BERGER, Business Administration, Haynesville. • MARY BERGERON, 222, Education, Baton Rouge. • CAROLYN F. BERNARD, Nursing, Hammond. • GERALD BERLIN, 2TT, Accounting, Alexandria. 10 • SHERRI BICE, 222, Sociology, Pineville. • ZANE W. BIERDEN, Accounting, Marthaville. • JAMES HER- BERT BLACK, Electronics, Shreveport. • WILLIAM BLACKSHER, Pre-Law, Boyce. • JERRY BERRY, Agri- culture, Marthaville. iiL%3ft 67 • v -4;n v£ THE FRESHMEN • NORMA BLALOCK, 2K, Medical Technology, Shreve- port. • DAVIS BLAND, 2TT Electronics, Shreveport. • DELPHINE BLANKENSHIP, 222, Medical Tech- nology, Alexandria. • LEONARD BLANTON, JR., Eco- nomics, Springhill. • ALFRED N. BLOUNT, Journalism, Doyline. • PATSY BOATRIGHT, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • HAROLD LEON BOHANNOA, Pre-Engineering, Springhill. • JACKIE LYNN BOLTON, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Winnfield. • ALICE BOLYER, Home Economics, Ashland. • EARL GODFREY BONDS, JR., Business Administration, Natchitoches. • JUDITH E. BONNETTE, Nursing, Shreveport. • MAR- SHALL KELLER BOOK, Biology, Natchitoches. • FERNARD J. BOONE, Primary Education, Alex- andria. • JOAN BOOTY, Upper Elementary Education, Kisatchie. • HENRIETTA BORDELON, Home Eco- nomics, Pineville. • GEORGE ELLIS BOSTICK, ni($, Business, Shreveport. • PAMELA BOUNDS, Music Education, Logansport. • KERNIT BOWMAN. Industrial Arts, Lecompte. • JULIETT BOX, Speech, Alexandria. • MARLENE BOY, Education, Montgomery. BOYD ROLAND BOOTY, Upper Elementary Education, Kisatchie. • GWENDA ANN BRACKNELE, Education, Tioga. • ANITA RUTH BRADBURY, Nursing, West Monroe. • AUTUMN NELL BRADLEY, Business Ad- ministration, Shreveport. • EDDIE BRASWELL, Phys- ical Education, Bossier City. • DAVID BREEDLOVE, Business Administration, Natchi- toches. • TOMMY R. BREWTON, IIK , Mathematics, Goldonna. • BRENDA N. BRIDGES, ASA, Biology, Alexandria. • DONNA BRIEGEL. 2K, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • BARBARA L. BRIGHT, AZ, Primary Education, Homer. • CHARLES R. BRITT, Business Administration, Azle. • KATHLEEN BRITTAIN, Nursing, Shreveport. • COLLIN BROSSETT, Agriculture, Pineville. • ANNA M. BROUSSARD, 222, Home Economics Education, Natchitoches. • BENNIE BROWN, Health and Physical Education, DeRidder. 8 • FLORA BROWN, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • PEGGY BROWNE, Upper Elementary Education, Baton Rouge. • BRENDA BRUCE, Nursing, Vinton. • TOMMY BRUMLEY, Health and Physical Education, Montgomery. • SHERRY BRUNSON, 222, Accounting, Haynesville. 9 • MELINDA BRUNSTON, Business Administration, Shreveport. • LENORE A. BRYANT, AV Primary Education, Baton Rouge. • VERNON BRYANT, Mathe- matics, Deville. • LINDA BUIE, Primary Education, Bunkie. • SADIE BURDUE, Nursing, Shreveport. 10 • CARL BURLINGAxME, Health and Physical Education, Ethel. • GLORIA BURROWS, AZ, Home Economics, Ringgold. • CATHERINE V. BUSH. Nursing. Bogalusa. • DONNA L. BUSH, 2K, Nursing, Shreveport. • PAUL E. BUSH, Health and Physical Education, Tioga. 68 THE FRESHMEN LYNN C. BUTLER, Pre-Engineering, Vivian. • PA- TRICIA A. BUTTS, Business Education, Shangaloo. • KATHERINE M. BYRD, Nursing, Shreveport. • ALEXANDER CABANILLAS, Business Administra- tion, Natchitoches. • JOHNNY CABANILLAS, Business Administration, Natchitoches. • MARY ANNE CADENHEAD, Nursing, Haynesville. • FREDA CADOW, Physics, Houma. • DAVID L. CALOWAY, Accounting, Bunkie. • EDWARD CAL- COTE, Accounting, Rosepine. • RILEY LEE CAL- HOUN, Agriculture, Eva. • LORRAINE CALLAWAY. English Education, Natchi- toches. • LILLIE THECESA CATTERUCCIA, Social Studies, Colfax. • FRANCES CAMPBELL, Primary Edu- cation, Dodson. • CAROLYN CAMPO, AZ, Secretarial Science, Alexandria. • ANTHONY OVERTON CAN- NON, Business Administration, Tullos. JAMES B. CANNON, Math, Cloutierville. • ROBERT CANNON, General Curriculum, West Monroe. • JO- SEPH E. CAPLIS, Business Administration, Bossier City. • CHARLIE WADE CARTER, Business Administration, Winnfield. • JOHN CARLYON, Agriculture. Boyce. CHARLOTTE SUE CARDOZIER, Business Education, Montgomery. • JOYCE CARMOUCHE, Business Educa- tion, Alexandria. • BETTY JEAN CAROWAY, Nursing, Hodge. • VIRGINIA C. CARPENTER, Medical Tech- nology, Springhill. • CARL E. CARRIGAN, Industrial Education, Midland. ROY WAYNE CARROLL, Medical Technology, Cotton Valley. • STEVIE LYNN CARROLL, Business Adminis- tration, Florien. • ELTON E. CARSON, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Colfax. • MARQUERITE CARSON, Nursing, Many. • ALICE N. CARTER, Social Science, Gibsland. • JERRY W. CARTER, Business Administration, Shreve- port. • MARY LOU CARTER, Nursing. Rayville. • CE- CELIA SUE CARVER, Upper Elementary Education, Leesville. • LULA BELLE CATHEY, Business Educa- tion, Georgetown. • KAY CAUSEY, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. 8 • SHEARON CAUSEY, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • BILLY R. CHANCE, English, Anacoco. • NELDA CAROLE CHANCE, English, Elizabeth. • MARY ANN CHANEY, Secretarial Science, Zachary. • HELEN ANN CHEATWOOD, Secretarial Science, Saline. • BETTIE JO CHENNAULT, Nursing, Shreveport. • PEGGY E. CHERRY, Zoology, Shreveport. • JOE RODNEY CICARDO, ZTT, Business Administration, • ANNE L. CLARK. Medical Technology, Alexandria. • WALTER E. CLARK, Business Administration, Nat- chitoches. 10 • SUE ANN CLARKE, Music, St. Joseph. • MIKEL THOMAS CLINE, Health and Physical Education. • BETTY JEAN CLOSE, Home Economics, Alexandria. • JOSEPH KEITH CLOUTIER, Industrial Technology, Bermuda. • MARGIE MOZELLE COBBS, Primary Edu- cation, Marthaville. 3JBJH 69 jytiti m A S$L9L V THE FRESHMEN EDITH GALE COGBURN. Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Bossier City. • JUDY ANN COKER, Nursing, Alex- andria. • BARBARA COLEMAN, Nursing, Maplewood. • LINDA COLEMAN, ASA, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Monroe. • WILLIAM POLLARD COLEMAN, Gen- eral Curriculum, Ferriday. O ' NEAL COLLIER. Agriculture, Gilmer, Texas. • BRENDA COLLINS, Nursing, Winnfield. • MARTHA E. COTTEN, 222, Journalism, Shreveport. • BETTY RAE COMER, Upper Elementary Education, Fisher. • OLAUS REAN CONNER, TKE, Sociology, Winnfield. • JIMMY CONNOR. General Curriculum, Dangerfield, Texas. • JOYCE LaRUE COOLEY, Home Economics, Boyce. • SUSAN ELIZABETH COOPER, Nursing, Natchitoches. • DOUGLAS CAPELAND, General Cur- riculum, Mansfield. • JOE CORBELL, Commercial Arts, Springhill. CAROLYN CORLEY, Home Economics Education, Greggton, Texas. • THEODORE S. CORMIER, Indus- trial Education, Lake Charles. • NORMA CORSON, 222, Social Welfare, Lake Charles. • ROBERT R. CORTINEZ, Sociology, Sport. • GILBERT COSSE, Gen- eral Curriculum, Port Sulphur. LEROY J. COSSE, Health and Physical Education, Port Sulphur. • GLENDON E. COVINGTON, Agriculture. Plain Dealing. • ELIZABETH ANN COX, Nursing, Kil- gore, Texas. • JOE M. COX, Business Education, Logansport. • WILLIS E. COX, Pre-Law, Coushatta. • NELLIE RAE CRAFT, English Education, Pineville. • PATSI DALE CRAIG, Social Welfare, Alexandria. • GLORIA CRANE, 222, Math. Newellton. • CHARLES E. CRAWFORD, ITK , Agriculture, Winn- field. • DORIS JAN CRANFORD, Home Economics, Coushatta. PAYTON CRAWFORD, 2TI Industrial Arts, Shreve- port. • VERNON CRAWFORD. Agriculture, Plain Dealing. • PAULA CREEGAN, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • BARBARA CRIPPEN, AZ, Primary Edu- cation, Bossier City. • JESSE CROOKS. Forestry, Jena. 8 LINDA CROW, Nursing, Cotton Valley. • BILLIE JOHN CRYER, Nursing, Pineville. • BOBBIE J. CRYER, Upper Elementary Education. Many. • WIL- LIAM PATTON CULBERT SON. 2TI Accounting, Alex- andria. • CHARLES CULOTTE, Business Administra- tion. Bossier City. MARGIE ELAINE CURRY, Business Education, Prov- encal. • MYRA JANE CURRY, 222, Medical Tech- nology, Newellton. • BARBARA SUE CUTRER, Nurs- ing, Many. • JOHN L. DALE, Zoology. Shreveport. • MARY LOUISE DAMICO, Nursing, Alexandria. 10 NICK D ' AMICO. Industrial Alts, L. C. I.. New York. • SANDRA GALYE DANIEL. Secretarial Science, Bossier City. • LINDA DARNELL, Nursing. Shreve- port. • CLYDELL DAVENPORT, Nursing, Eunice. • ANNETTE DAVIS, Nursing, Dubach. 70 THE FRESHMEN BILLY JOE DAVIS. Upper Elementary Education. Boyce. • CHARLES R. DAMS. Health and Physical Education. Sibley. • JANICE EVELYN DAVIS. Pri- mary Education. Natchitoches. • NEIL WILLARD DA- VIS, Accounting. Marshall, Texas. • CLYDE DAVISON. Social Science. Montgomery. • BARBARA JEAN DAWSON. Nursing. Oak Grove. • DALE DeBLIEUX. Business Education, Natchitoches. • LUCILE DeBLIEUX, Social Science, Natchitoches. • LINDA DEAN, Elementary Education. Sarepta. • MATILDA FRANCIS DEATS, Nursing, Choudrant. MARLIN DEE . Math.. Atlanta. • ROBERT LEWIS DEEN. Electronics. Pineville. • JOHN S. DELK, Busi- ness Administration, Glasgow. Kentucky. • GERALD DEYTLLE. Industrial Education. Alexandria. • BENNY JOE DEW, Pre-Engineering. Toro. RAYMOND DEWIL, Forestry. Toro. • JERRY DICK. Social Science. Atlanta. • MARY L. DISHONGH. Nurs- ing, Leesyille. • JO EVELYN DISON. History, Natchi- toches. • CATHERINE LORENE DISTEFANS, Nursing. Hammond. DIXIE STANDIFER ALLEN. Primary Education. Oak Gro e. • TOMMY DIZER. History, Lake Charles. • JAMES E. DODD. Business Administration. Provencal. • HUGH DODSON. General Curriculum. Bossier City. • JACK CHRISTOPHER DOMINICK. Agriculture, Mira. RICHARD E. DONOHUE. Pre-Dentistry, Shreveport. • LOIS ANNE DOSS, Nursing, Alexandria. • CHARLES E. DOTY. II K . Commercial Art, Shreve- port. • JOSEPH DOW. Pre-Engineering, Leesville. • JAMES A. DOWDEN. Math, Anacoco. VNDA LOU DOWDEN. II,. me Economics. Kisatchie. • WILLIS HUGH DOWDEN. Industrial Education. Natchitoches. • ROY DREWITT. Business Administra- tion, Shreveport. • JUNE DUCOTE, Upper Elementary Education. Shreveport. • CLARA ELLEN DUFFELL, Nursine. Fullerton. 8 WANDA L. DIKE. Social Science. Natchitoches. • KENNETH DULILE. Health and Physical Education. Natchitoches. • CAROLYN AMELIA DUNN, Primary Education. Olla. • JUNE DUPLISSEY, Social Science, DeRidder. • BOBBY DUPUY, Accounting, Alexandria. CHARLES C. DYESS, Forestry, Marthaville. • ROB- ERT EUGENE EASLEY. Business Administration. Goldonna. • MYMA FAYE EASON. Nursing, Martha- ville. • PAT L. EDDINGS. General Curriculum. Shreve- port. • RAYMOND EDDY, Agriculture. Coushatta. 10 • SAMUEL H. EDWARDS. TTK f , Industrial Technology. Shreveport. • SAMMY R. ELDER. Chemistry, Bossier City. • DAVID ELIAS. Accounting, Colfax. • MARY ELLIS. Elementary Education, Coushatta. • MAURICE DEAN ERVIN, Business Administration, Mansfield. fy t «T? ' I A iLILMl 71 ft 3.UI fl JL1L THE FRESHMEN • JOSEPH M. FABRIZIO. Health and Physical Educa- tion, Philadelphia, Penn. • WILLIAM R. FAITH, Busi- ness Education, Shreveport. • ROY D. FARMER, JR., Pre-Law, Pineville. • EVELYN FARRAR, Nursing, Ray- ville. • CHARLES FAUST, Business Education, Robe- line. • SARAH ELLEN FERGUSON, Home Economics Educa- tion, Anacoco. • CHARLES C. FESTERVAND, 2TI Pre-Dentistry. Shreveport. • THOMAS E. FIELD, Gen- eral Curriculum, Natchitoches. • DOLORES FISHER, Art, Detroit, Michigan. • CLINT FLANAGAN, Health and Physical Education, Logansport. • BETTYE LOU FLETCHER, 222. Home Economics, Mansfield. • KAREN FLETCHER. Primary and Special Education, Lafayette. • MARY SUE FLETCHER, Pri- mary Education, DeRidder. • DAVID FLOURNOY, In- dustrial Arts Education, Pineville. • BARBARA E. FLOYD, Medical Technology, Pineville. • SANDRA FOLSE, Nursing, Bastrop. • FRANCES FORD, AZ, Upper Elementary Education, Jonesville. • GAIL FORD, Nursing, Mansfield. • JARRETT L. FORD, Mathematics, Melder. • PAULINE FORD, So- ciology, Pineville. • YVONNE FORD, Primary Education. Columbia. • CHARLOTTE FORT, Social Science, Natchitoches. • LEAMAN R. FOSHEE, Mathematics. Robeline. • LEROY J. FOSTER, Mathematics, Cheneyville. • MELBA FRENCH, Primary Education, Natchitoches. • LINDA FRIDDELL, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • MICKEY FRYE. Industrial Arts, Fryeburg. • RAY- MOND F. FULCO, Industrial Arts Education, Shreveport. • CARL W. FULLER, IIK , Pre-Law, Natchitoches. • PAMELIA A. FULLER, Nursing, Monroe. • ALINE FUSELIER. Home Economics, Oakdale. • MA- RIAN FUSELIER, Nursing. Lake Charles. • BARBARA GAYLE FUTRELL, Upper Elementarv Education, Col- fax. • DAVID GALLIEN, Business Education, Natchi- toches. • CHARLES L. GALLIGAN, 2TT, Business Ad- ministration, Alexandria. 8 JOYCE ELAINE GANDY, Library Science, Winnfield. • PATRICIA ANNE GANDY, Journalism, Shreveport. • JAMES D. GENIUS, Speech, Alexandria. • JIMMY GENTRY, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • TONI GEN- TRY, Nursing, Baton Rouge. WILL R. GEORGE, Business Education, Stonewall. • RALPH R. GILL, 2TI Business Administration, Alexandria. • GEORGE D. GILLAN, Business Adminis- tration, Shreveport. • KENT W. GIRARD, Forestry. Raceland. • DAVID GODFREY, Agriculture, Newellton. 10 GRACIE GODWIN, Upper Elementary Education, Jonesville. • TOMMY GODWIN, General Curriculum. Fairbanks. • BARBARA COINS, Primary Education, Pitkin. • CHARLES GOINS, Engineering, Anacoco. • JAY K. GOLDSMITH, Business Administration, Mon- 72 THE FRESHMEN ROY GOODEAUX, Health and Physical Education. De- Ridder. • MACK W. GOREE. Social Science Education. Glenmora. • GLENDA GALE GOSS. Nursing. Florien. • TOMMY DOYLE GRAFTON, Upper Elementary Education, Bernice. • CHARLES ROY GRAY, Sociology, Natchitoches. • STUART C. GRAHAM. Industrial Technology, Natchi- toches. • DOROTHY GRAISER, A2A, Social Studies Education, New Orleans. • TOMMY GRAVES. Chemis- try, Zwolle. • PATSY ANN GRAY. AZ. Nursing. Natchitoches. • GERALDINE GREMILLION, Nursing. Alexandria. • JERRY L. GRIFFITH, Accounting, Grand Cane. • EU- GENE GREEN, Education, Bossier City. • SANDRA GREENE, Home Economics Education. Fenton. • JAMES GRIFFIN, Health and Physical Education. Lone Star, Texas. • JUNE E. GRIMMER, Nursing, Mermentau. • JEROME W. GUIDRY. JR., Electronics. Raceland. • MARILYN JOAN GUILLORY, Nursing. Alexandria. • JAMES GUIN, Zoology, Campti. • NANCY SUE GULLEDGE, AZ. Nursing, Shreveport. • TRAVIS GUNTER, General Curriculum, Libuse. • LORRAINE GUYNES, Library Science, Dry Prong. • JULIANA HALES, Nursing, Monroe. • BETTY HALEY, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. • ELIZABETH ANN HALL, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Bossier City. • FLORA HALL, Health and Phys- ical Education, Shreyeport. • ROBERT T. HAMBERLIN, Agriculture. Colfax. • CHARLES M. HAMMONS, General Curriculum. Winnfield. • MYRNA ANN HANCHEY, Upper Elemen- tary Education, DeRidder. • BONNIE SUE HAND, Nursing, Springhill. • BOBBY DAVE HANKINS, Engi- neering, Shreveport. • GLENDA LOUISE HANKWILTZ, Primary Education, Colfax. • LINDA LEE HANNA, Speech, Shreveport. • J. L. HANSON. Social Science. Atlanta. • JOE TUCKER HARDEE. Health and Physical Education. Pleasant Hill. • JOHN R. HARDY, Business Adminis- tration, Detroit, Michigan. 8 • GARY HARKINS, General Curriculum. Mansfield. • GUY DOUGLAS HARKNESS. Math, Sibley. • JES- SIE BYRON HARRINGTON, Accounting, Natchitoches. • DONALD L. HARRIS, Chemistry, Bossier City. • GEORGE B. HARRISON, Physics, Winnfield. 9 • JAMES EDWARD HARRISON, General Curriculum. Bernice. • ANN HART, Sociology, Elton. • LEO JEROME HART. Health and Physical Education. De- troit, Michigan. • SANDRA C. HARTSFIELD, Nursing, Bossier City. • JOHN HARVILL, Mathematics, Newefl- ton. 10 • FAY HATAWAY, Medical Technology, Pollock. • ROB- ERT R. HATCHETT, Health and Physical Education, Boyce. • FRANCES ELIZABETH HATHORN. Primary Education, Pineville. • CONNIE WYANE HAR- THORNE, Primary Education, Jonesville. • DORIS HAYES, Sociology, Shreveport. dfL t.4 73 THE FRESHMEN • LOUIS M. HAYES, Health and Physical Education, Little Rock, Arkansas. • DONALD WAYNE HAYNES, Math, Sarepta. • JIMMY BOY HAYNES, Industrial Education, Bossier City. • JIMMYE HEARD. Technol- ogy, Bernice. • VIRGINIA HEBERT, Nursing, Rayville. 2 • WILLIAM A. HECKER, Health and Physical Education, Slidell. • LEONARD HEDRICK. Math, Baton Rouge. • KATHERINE ANN HEINRICHS, Social Studies, Shreveport. • DONALD RAY HEMPERLEY, Pre- Engineering, Shreveport. • ELIZABETH HENNIGAN, Home Economics Education, Saline. AUDREY N. HENRY, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • DAVID T. HENRY, Pre-Law, Shreveport. • DONALD L. HENRY, Business Administration, Shreveport. • HERBERT SH. COBB, JR., Electronics, Natchitoches. • LUIS G. HERNANDEZ, Pre-Engineering, Havana, Cuba. • CARLTON M. HERPIN, General Curriculum, Kaplan. • JAMES HERRING, Agriculture, Newellton. • DO- LORES LAYNE HERRINGTON. Home Economics, New Iberia. • NORMAN HICKS, English, Robeline. • AMELIA HILL, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • JO ANN HILL, Secretarial Science, Mansfield. • NEVAL RAE HILTON, Upper Elementary Education, Hornbeck. • CHUCK HINES, Health and Physical Education, Gibsland. • ALDA MYONNE HOFFMAN. Social Wel- fare, Shreveport. • LEONARD ALLEN HOLLAND, Busi- ness Administration, Sarepta. • CLAYTON HOLLENBECK, TKE, Industrial Education, Leesville. • BETTY HOLLOWAY. 222, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Alexandria. • MICHAEL F. HOLMES, Sociology, Pineville. • LONNIE E. HONEYCUTT, Ac- counting, Natchitoches. • NELMA HONEYCUTT, Busi- ness Education, Springhill. • GLENN HONLEY, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • AMY HOOD, 222, Elementary Education, West Monroe. • KENNETH HOOD, General Curriculum, Ar- cadia. • AVIS M. HORNABY. Business Administration, Pine Grove. • JUDITH HORTON, Home Economics, Zwolle. 8 • STEVE HOTHO, Social Sciences, Natchitoches. • JEN- NIE HOUSER, AZ, Nursing, Shreveport. • MARY KATHRYN HOWARD, Business Administration, Shreve- port. • VONDA SUE HOWELL. Nursing, Hodge. • HELEN HUCKABEE. Secretarial Science, Shreveport. LELAND H. KIPER, Business Administration, Shreve- port. • BOBBY RAY HUGHES, Math, Natchitoches. • JUDITH ANN HUGHES, AZ, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Hornbeck. • HERMON HUMPHREY. Industrial Education, Cotton Valley. • WAYNE HUNTER, Indus- trial Electronics, Coushatta. 10 • ROSE VIRGINIA HUSON, AZ, Speech and Hearing Therapy, Natchitoches. • SA.MMIE JOE HUTCHINS, General Curriculum. Hellin. • JOHN S. HYAMS, Gen- eral Curriculum, Natchitoches. • JUDITH S. IKERD, Nursing, Prairieville. • COOLEY IUTRESS. JR., Gen- eral Curriculum, DeRidder. 74 THE FRESHMEN LEO IVY, General Curriculum, Vidalia. • HARRY E. JACKSON, Pie-Dental. Springhill. • BETTY LOU JA- COBS, ASA, Speech Therapy, Alexandria. • LENDA LOU JAMES. Math, Leesville. • BARBARA JAMISON, Primary Education, Pleasant Hill. • JOHN B. JARED, Upper Elementary Education, Alex- andria. • JAMES H. JARRELL, General Curric ulum, Marshall, Texas. • DAVID E. JARRETT, Marketing, Shreveport. • FREEDIE JEAN FUSELIER, English, Oakdale. • ALVIN B. JEANFREAU, Social Science, New Orleans. • JIMMY JENNINGS, General Curriculum, Natchitoches. • ELTON F. JENKINS, General Curriculum, Robeline. • MILDRED JOFFRION. Z2S, Upper Elementary Ed- ucation, Keithville. • ANNA LOU JOHNSON, Medical Technology, Pineville. • EILEEN A. JOHNSON, Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • GLORIA JEAN JOHNSON, Secretarial Science, Natchi- toches. • GROVER W. JOHNSON, Business Adminis- tration, Natchitoches. • LESTER N. JOHNSON, Physics, Natchitoches. • LILLIE JOHNSON. AZ, Accounting, Al- exandria. • LINDA GAYLE JOHNSON, Vocal Music, Hineston. • MARGARET A. JOHNSON, Secretarial Science, Shreve- port. • ROWANNE B. JOHNSON, Nursing, Haughton. • RONALD JOHNSON, Health and Physical Education, Plain Dealing. • JAMES R. JOHNSTON, General Cur- riculum, Shreveport. • BOBBY LEE JONES, Pre-Min- isterial, Coushatta. • CHARLES R. JONES. Business Administration, Logans- port. • DAVID JONES, General Curriculum, Heflin. • DORIS L. JONES. Home Economics, Minden. • JOY JONES, ASA, Upper Elementary Education, Lake Charles. • PRISSCILLA JONES, Home Economics, Oakdale. • HATTIE RUTH JOPLIN, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Ferriday. • WILLIAM H. JORDAN, Medical Tech- nology, Florien. • CARRIE ELIZABETH JORDAN, Secretarial Science, Tioga. • BETTY KELLEY, Home Economics, Winnfield. • MARY ALICE KENDRICK, Math, St. Francisville. 8 • PAT KENNEDY, ASA, Nursing, Alexandria. • ALLEN ROBERT KILE, Health and Physical Education, Bossier City. • SARA KILLEN, Art Education, Coushatta. • JUNELL KILPATRICK, Sociology, West Lake. • CARLINE KING, Nursing. Alexandria. • WESLEY RAY KING, Industrial Education, Denham Springs, Tex. • JERRY KIRCUS, Pre-Law, Shreveport. • DORIS S. KIRKPATRICK, Secretarial Science, Lees- ville. • CYNTHIA KNIGHT, Library Science, Alexan- dria. • JIMMYE KNOTT, Primary Education, Martha- ville. 10 • CAROL ANN KNOTTS, Zoology, Bossier City. • MAR- GARET KNOTTS, Dietetics, Saline. • PERRY KNOX, Education, Jigger. • BARBARA LUMBLEY KOCH, So- ciology, Natchitoches. • ANDRE B. KURKIEWICZ, Business Administration, Bossier City. (tits $$ 75 $ § 3 9 I $Afi£ -i (3 1 THE FRESHMEN • ANTHONY J. LABOA, Accounting, Channelview, Texas. • MARGARET LACOUR, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • GAYLE LACROIX, Secretarial Science, Tullos. • BELL Y. LAFITTE, Accounting, Mansfield. • TIM E. LAFITTE, JR., Health and Physical Educa- tion, Logansport. • YVETTE LAFFITTE, Upper Elementary Education Mansfield. • BOBBY G. LAMBERT, General Curriculum Mansfield. • EMILE L. LAMBERT, Business Adminis tration, Alexandria. • JANICE LAND, Primary Educa tion, Campti. • OLLIE JO LANDRUM, Home Econom ics Education, Temple. 3 • JOSEPH L. LANDRY, JR., Nursing, Iowa. • WARREN L. LANDRY, General Curriculum, Kaplan. • LOTTIE F. LANGHELD, Nursing. Minden. • JOANN LANG- LOIS, Nursing, Shreveport. • LLOYD LANGSTON, Business Administration, Alexandria. MELBA G. LANGSTON, Primary Education, Ferriday. • MICKEY D. LANDFORD, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Gilliam. • JERRY M. LANTZ, Bacteriology, Vivian. • JERRY LARY, Agriculture, Heflin. • WAL- TER W. LASHLEY, Mathematics, Verda. • HELEN F. LEACH, Primary and Upper Elementary Education, Vivian. • BARBARA LEDIG, Nursing, Alex- andria. • SHARON L. LEMMONS, Art and Health and Physical Education, Pollock. • GINGER E. LEMOINE, General Curriculum, Colfax. • JERRY E. LEMOINE, Health and Physical Education, Verda. • NETTIE E. LILL, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • GRACE E. LINDSEY, Nursing, Haughton. • JUDY LITTLE, Primary Education, Vivian. • PATRICIA A. LITTON, AZ, Medical Technology, Alexandria. • MICHAEL G. LIVERMAN, Art, Shreveport. WADE LOFTON, Industrial Education, Natchitoches. • JIMMIE R. LOGAN, Nursing, Castor. • TOM D. LOGAN, Social Science, Eunice. • JOHN LOKOW, Health and Physical Education, Ithaca, N.Y. • PA- TRICIA A. LOMAX, Business Education, Shreveport. 8 JAMES A. LONADIER. JR.. Agriculture, Montgomery. • PRISCILLA O. LONG, General Curriculum, Winn- field. • CONNIE S. LOTT, Nursing, Bossier -City. • JAMES S. LOVE, 2TT, Industrial Arts, Shreveport. • DAVID LOWERY, Social Welfare, Joyce. 9 MARTHA F. LOWERY, Sociology, El Dorado. Ark. • LOUIS K. LUCAS, Upper Elementary Education. Pineville. • SIDNEY Y. LUCIUS, Medical Technology. Florien. • JUDITH A. LYTLE, English Education, Shreveport. • CARLYON S. McCAIN, Nursing, Ashland. 10 CAROLE McCAIN, Pre-Medicine, Winnsboro. • HER- BERT McCANN, Business Administration, Deville. • AR- LETTE McCASLAND, Upper Elementary Education, Springhill. • ROSA McCARTNEY, Primary Education, Alexandria. • JOY McCOY, Secretarial Science, Zac- hary. 76 THE FRESHMEN • RUSSELL S. McDONALD, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Pitkin. • CHARLES McDOWELL, Accounting, Springhill • KELLEY McFARLAIN, ITK4 , General Curriculum, Sulphur. • GLENYS McGEHEE, Nursing. • GENEVA McGLOTHLIN, Primary Education, Lena. RUSS McINNIS, Business Administration. • KAY Mc- INTOSH, 2K, Home Economics, St. Joseph. • LAURA ANN McLEISH. 2K, Primary Education, Plain Dealing. • LINDA G. McLIN, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • RON- NIE McNABB, Business Administration. JOHN W. McNEILL, JR., Health and Physical Educa- tion, Hackberry. • GORDON L. McNEILL, Agriculture, Lake Charles. • ARNETTA McPHEARSON, Commerce, Mansfield. • JOY McRAE, Secretarial Science, Lees- ville. • EDDIE McWILLIAMS, General Curriculum, Robeline. • PATRICK H. McWILLIAMS, Accounting, Ringgold. • SANDRA MADISON, Primary Education, Shreveport. • PATRICK MALMSTROM, TKE, Business Adminis- tration. • RALPH MALONE, Health and Physical Edu- cation, Springhill. • GLENDA K. MANGHAM, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • JOE A. MARANTO, Economics, Shreveport. • MARY MANITZAS, Upper Elementary, Shreveport. • HARVEY MARCUS, Business Administration, Anacoco. • BILLY J. MARLER, Primary Education, Woodworth. • ROB- ERT BYRON MARSHMAN, Art, Many. EVA L. MARTIN, Secretarial Science. Natchitoches. • NANCY A. MARTIN, Nursing, West Monroe. • OBIE MARTIN, JR., Chemistry, Shreveport. • HOMER MAT- LOCK, Agriculture, Plain Dealing. • ANN MATTHEWS, Library Science, Many. BARBARA A. MATTINGLY, Primary Education, Bos- sier City. • JAMES R. MATTHEWS, Agriculture, Mansfield. • MAURICE MARTINEZ, Business Admin- istration. Zwolle. • ARTIS C. MASINGILL. JR., Busi- ness Education, Natchitoches. • CHARLES E. MAX- WELL, Chemistry, Hanna. 8 ELIZABETH MAXWELL, Upper Elementary Education, Georgetown. • DIANNE MAYEAUX, English Educa- tion, Natchitoches. • ALINE MAYES, Home Economics, Grayson. • CLARENCE W. MAYES, Business Admin- istration, Jonesville. • CLAUDINE MAYS, Medical Technology, Shreveport. • JAMIE MAYS, Health and Physical Education, Min- den. • MARIAN MEADOR, AZ, Primary Education, Shreveport. • JUDY MEEKER, Health and Physical Education, Dry Prong. • KENNETH MEGASON, Busi- ness Administration, Robeline. • RICHARD D. MEL- LON, Business Administration, Alexandria. 10 CLAYTON MERCHANT, Industrial Education, Hines- ton. • TROY L. MEREDITH, Business Administration, Shreveport. • MARLIN E. MERRELL, Medical Tech- nology, Lena. • GEORGE CURTIS MERRITT, Health and Physical Education, Sibley. • KATHLEEN MER- RITT, Nursing, Minden. ,%m 9 Q c $ 77 x m ft Q ■ THE FRESHMEN • WANDA MERRITT. Primary Education, Benton. • ROBERT DALE MEYERS, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Marthaville. • OPAL MIKKIFF, Upper Ele- mentary Education, DeRidder. • GLEN DALE MIERS, Forestry, Florien. • LEONARD DON MILLER, Pre- Engineering. • LEIGHTON D. MILLER, ITK , Pre-Engineering, Alex- andria. • MEADE MILLER, Agriculture, Robeline. • CATHERINE SUE MISCHLER, 222, Art Educa- tion, Shreveport. • LOYD MITCHAM, Industrial Edu- cation, Natchitoches. • HORACE RICHARD MITCH- ELL, General Curriculum, Jena. • JOHN WALTER MITCHELL, Business Administration, DeRidder. • LaVERNE MITCHELL, Nursing, Florien. • ROBERT MITCHELL, General Curriculum, Shreve- port. • LAURA MOHAN, Accounting, Lake Charles. • PATRICIA G. MONK, Upper Elementary Education, Sieper. • SHARON MONK, Secretarial Science, La Camp. • PEGGY MONKHOUSE, Secretarial Science, Shreve- port. • RONNIE MONTGOMERY, Forestry, Provencal. • BETH MOORE, A2A, Nursing, Marthaville. • DOR- OTHY FAYE MOORE, General Curriculum, Winnfield. 5 NANCY JUANITA MOORE, Nursing, Eunice. • NEL- LIE SUE MOORE, Home Economics, Winnfield. • PAT- SY MOORE, Upper Elementary Education, Bossier City. • SADIE M. MORACE, Nursing, Jena. • KENNITH MORAN, General Curriculum, Columbus , Miss. • CAROLYN L. MORGAN, Medical Technology, Alex- andria. • JAMES E. MORGAN, Business Administra- tion, Deville. • RODERICK S. MORGAN, Forestry, Dry Prong. • JESSIE G. MORRISON, Industrial Edu- cation, Pitkin. • SHERRY ADAIRE MORTON, Math, Patterson, La. • FRANCES MORROW, English, DeRidder. • GERRY MULLINS, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • KATH- ERINE T. MUT, Speech, Baton Rouge. • ELIZABETH MYERS, Upper Elementary Education, Shreveport. • JOHN JAMES NASH, Agriculture, Bunkie. 8 DONALD NEAL, Zoology, Shreveport. • PATRICIA ANN NEAL, Nursing, Shreveport. • BETTY ANN NEE- LY, Journalism, Shreveport. • BILLY RAY NELMS, Mathematics, Provencal. • WAYNE BRYAN NELSON, Forestry, Shreveport. JERRY W. NETTLES, Business Education, Shreveport • LINDA LOUISE NEWELL, AZ, Sociology, Alexandria • JUANJA DELL NICHALS, Primary Education, Alex andria. • WILLIE DALE NIX, Primary Education, Ben ton. • JOHNNY RAY NORMAN, General Curriculum Cous hatta. 10 CLAYTON JIELER NORM AND, Accounting, Alexan- dria. • SHARON NORWOOD, Nursing, Zachary. • PAUL W. OAKLEY, Medical Technology, Converse. • JOHN WAYNE ODOM, Physical Education, Homer. • MIKE O ' HALLORAN, Pre-Law, Alexandria. 78 THE FRESHMEN KENNITH WAYNE OLIVE, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • JOHNNIE MAE O ' NEAL, Upper Elemen- tary Education, Logansport. • HUBERT ORGESON, Electronics, Lockport. • ILEY MAX OXLEY, Physical Education, Zimmerman. • JERRY A. PAINE, Business Administration. Bernice. • HARRIET F. PALMA, Home Economics, Natchitoches. • SUNSHNIE PALMER, Nursing, Mansfield. • CHARLES E. PARKER, General Curriculum, Bossier City. • HARRIS L. PATTON, Zoology. Raceland. • CAROLYN PAXTON, Nursing, Alexandria. • SUE PEACE, Nursing, Negreet. • RAYMOND PEA- COCK, General Curriculum, Mansfield. • MARGARET PEAVY Nursing, Pitkin. • DONNA SUE PEDRON, Social Science, Springhill. • SHIRLEY PEEVY, Nurs- ing, Columbia. WILLIAM D. PELT. Health and Physical Education, Rosepine. • GLYNN PENINGER, English, Forest Hill. • REMY R. PEROT, Pre-Law, Owego, New York. • GEORGE PERRY, Industrial Education, Alexandria. • LINDA PERRY, Business Education, Ringgold. WILLIAM N. PERRY, Chemistry, Baton Rouge. • GAIL PETERS, Upper Elementary Education, Mon- roe. • GERALDINE PETERSON, 222, Speech Correc- tion, Natchitoches. • NANCY PICKARD, Secretarial Science, Shreveport. • GLENDA FAYE PILCHER, General Curriculum, Negreet. 6 NANCY LEE PITCHFORD, Primary Education, Baton Rouge. • MEREDITH ANN PITTMAN, Primary Ed- ucation, Pineville. • YVONNE POCHE, Nursing, Alex- andria. • VIRGINIA POLLARD, Nursing, Dry Prong. • CLAUDIA POLLOCK, A FA, Social Welfare, Shreve- port. • MARTHA KAY POLLOCK. Business Education, Natchi- toches. • LAURA JEAN PONSELL, Primary Education, Shreveport. • BROOKS POWELL, Zoology, Ashland. • DOLORES POWELL, Primary Education, Water- proof. • JO ANN POWELL. Primary Education, Shreve- port. 8 • TIMOTHY R. POWELL, Accounting, Leesville. • WANNELLE POWELL, Home Economics, Merryville. • CARROLL A. PRESLEY, Accounting, Provencal. • PATRICIA PRESLEY. Primary Education, Anacoco. • LARRY PRESTRIDGE, Business Administration, Pineville. REX D. PREUETT, Health and Physical Education, Ringgold. • WAYNE L. PREWITT, Social Studies, Mooringsport. • ELIZABETH ANN PRICE, Nursing, Pollock. • JERRICE PRINCE, Nursing, Jonesville. • PATSY D. PRICE, Primary Education, Pineville. 10 WARREN T. PRICE. Health and Physical Education, Ethel. • WILLIAM ANDREW PRICE, Business Ad- ministration, Alexandria. • PATTY PROPHET, Nurs- ing, Monroe. • PAUL PROSKOWETZ, Speech, Alex- andria. • JOHNIE O. PROTHRO, General Curriculum, Robeline. 79 T ortiis c-sy CA J r A THE FRESHMEN • SANDRA PROTHRO, Business Education, Coushatta. • VINCENT R. PROTTI, Health and Physical Educa- tion. Gretna. • LEONIE PRUDHOMME. AZ, Business Education, Natchitoches. • MARY JEANETTE PUR- CELL, Library Science, Bossier City. • DONALD L. PURDY, General Curriculum, Philadelphia, Pa. KENNETH RAY PURVIS, Graphic Arts, Shreveport. • CAROL QUINN, Business Education. Ball. • THOM- AS URBAIN RACHAL, JR., Accounting, Vidalia. • BETTY RAINIS, Voice, Natchitoches. • VON RANIS, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • TOMMIE RALEY, Home Economics, Ringgold. • MAR- GIE ANN RAMSEY, 222, Upper Elementary Educa- tion. Newellton. • SANDRA NAN RANDALL, Medical Technology, Lecompte. • JAMES RASBERRY, Business Administration, Marshall, Texas. • SHIRLEY REASON- ER, Secretarial Science, Hackberry. IMOGENE REDDING, Primary Education, Alexandria. • DEANNA F. REED, Medical Technology, Pineville. • SHIRLEY REED, Sociology, Lake Providence. • SUE REEVES, 222, Nursing, Shreveport. • WYNDOLYN REYNOLDS, Upper Elementary Education, Pineville. THOMAS E. RHAME, Speech, Clarence. • PATSY RHODES, Upper Elementary Education, Bossier City. • GINGER M. RICE, Secretarial Science, Kinder. • BARBARA J. RICHARDSON, Nursing, Colfax. • RONNIE RICHARDSON, Library Science, Hackberry. • ROBERT BURK RICHARDSON, General Curriculum, Leesville. • RUTH RICHARDSON, 222, Social Wel- fare, Shreveport. • STANFORD E. RICHARDSON, General Curriculum, Jonesville. • CHARLE A. RICHEY, TKE, Business Administration, Pineville. • GLENDA RICHMOND, Nursing, Delhi. • NANCY RICKS, Piano and Voice, Florien. • NELDA ANN RIGDON, Home Economics, Ashland. • DONNA FAY RITCHIE, 222, Math Education, Lockport. • DA- VID M. RILES, Industrial Arts, Bastrop. • CUBIE MARILYN RIVERS, Home Economics, Zwolle. 8 • JOSEPH RIVERS, Health and Physical Education, Zwolle. • HENRY ROAN, Business Education, Green- wood. • CLARENCE LEE ROBBINS, Music, Princeton. • CAROLYN RUTH ROBERTS, Nursing, Alexandria. • GLORIA GENE ROBERTS, Home Economics, Plain Dealing. • CARNGY ROBERTSON, General Curriculum, Pineville. • CHARLES S. ROBERTSON, Industrial Technology, Ball. • MARGARET ROBERTSON. Nursing, Baton Rouge. • DALE PATRICK ROBIN, General Curriculum, Oil City. • BARBARA ANNE ROBINETTE, 222, Sec- retarial Science, Mansfield. 10 • PAUL ROCHETTE. IIK I , Business Administration, Bossier City. • CARROLL LEE RODGERS, Pre-Engi- neering. Natchitoches. • MARTHA KATHRYN ROG- ERS, Nursing, Springhill. • NANNETTE ROGERS, Health and Physical Education, Arcadia. • GEORGE CHESTER ROGERS, Zoology, Shreveport. 80 THE FRESHMEN • JO NELL ROGERS, Home Economics, Pelican. • NEL- DA RODGERS. SK, Home Economics, Plain Dealina. • JAMES K. ROLLAND. Pre-Law, Shreveport. • BON- NIE ROLLING. Home Economics Education, Metairie. • FRANCES GAYLE ROSS, Upper Elementary Educa- tion, Negreet. JUDY MARIE ROSS, General Curriculum, Negreet. • CHARLES ROUGEAU, Social Science, Many. • DAN- NY LEE ROUZEE, 2TI Industrial Technology. Lees- ville. • LA NAE ROWELL, 2K, Journal ism, Winnfield. • JAMES ROY, Business Administration, Alexandria. • ELIZABETH ROYSTON, Home Economics, Robeline. • HARRY DONOVAN ROSS. Industrial Technology. Simpson. • RICHARD PRESTON RUSHTON. Business Administration. Natchitoches. • EVELYN LOUISE RUS- SELL, Nursing. Sondheimes. • FRANCES RUSSELL, 222, Primary Education. Greenwood. SANDRA ANN RYLAND. Secretarial Science, Pineville. • JAMES ROBERT SAKOVICH, General Curriculum. • HEBERT SALARD, Zoology, Chopin. • ROYCE SALTER, Math, Many. • FRANCISCO SANTANA, So- cial Wellare, New York, New York. HORACE DALTON SASSER. Pre-Engineering, Glen- more. • JOAN SASSER, AZ, Social Science, Pineville. • RICHARD A. SASSER, Math, Deville. • C. W. SAW- YER, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • RONALD A. SAYERS, Pre-Engineering, Meriwether. • MANAEN M. SCHAMBER, Industrial Technology, Ba- sile. • BILLY SCHAMENHORN. II K , General Cur- riculum, Slagle. • DORIS SCHMITT. ASA, Health and Physical Education. Alexandria. • ALICE FAYE SCOG- EN, Primary Education, Spring Hill. • GAY KATH- ERYN SCOTT, Nursing, Zwolle. • IVY SCOTT, Social Science, Georgetown. • ROBERT D. SCOTT, Forestry, Natchitoches. • JESSE MILTON SCOTT, JR.. Health and Physical Education, Sinton, Texas. • JULIUS HOWARD SCOTT. JR., Industrial Arts Education, Ashland. • BILLY RAY SCROGGINS, General Curriculum, Natchitoches. 8 • SUE SCROGGINS, Nursing, Flora. • JAMES ELTON SCRUGGS, Industrial Arts, Zwolle. • ALBRT SELF, General Curriculum. Robeline. • RUTH SELF, Business Ed., Hornbeck. • JOHN SHADON, General Curriculum, Jena. • JANET RUTH SHARP. Home Economics Education. Lena. • JAMES ALLEN SHAHAN, General Curriculum. Logansport. • MELVIN RAY SHAW, Social Science, Montgomery. • NELIA SHAW, Nursing, Springhill. • GLENDA GAYLE SHEPHERD, Upper Elementary Education, Center Point. 10 • G. C. SHEPPARD, Health and Physical Education. Cotton Valley. • E. MARILYN SHIVERS, Primary Edu- cation, Winnfield. • JOY ELAINE SHIVER, Primary Education, Montgomery. • SUE ANN SHIVER, General Curriculum, Natchitoches. • LARRY J. SHOOK, IIK«i , Art, Bossier City. 81 ■ THE FRESHMEN • STEPHEN J. SHOWS, General, Shreveport. • JAMES L. SHUMAKE, Accounting, Winnfield. • G. F. SIBILLE, Agriculture, Sunset. • JAMES PIERCE SIBLEY, Agri- culture, Mansfield. • JAMES SIMMONS, Agriculture, Natchitoches. ROBERT SISLIN, Health and Physical Education, Bronx, New York. • JAMES SIZEMORE, Industrial Arts, DeRidder. • BEA BETH SKINNER, Secretarial Science, Many. • CARROLL E. SLACK, Zoology, Cot- ton Valley. • GAIL SLACK, Nursing, Natchitoches. • BILLIE HENRY SLATTEN, Bacteriology, Boyce. • MI- CHAEL SLAY, Industrial Arts, Many. • LESLIE SLAY- DON, General Curriculum, DeRidder. • RAYMOND PAUL SLUSHER, Journalism, Pineville. • MARY SMIGIEL, Primary Education, Springhill. 4 • A. J. SMITH, Agriculture, Plain Dealing. • CHARLES TRUETT SMITH, Pre-Engineering, Hodge. • CHAR- LOTTE ANN SMITH, Upper Elementary Education, Montgomery. • GENEVA GARNER SMITH, Upper Elementary Education, Montgomery. • JAMES R. SMITH, General Curriculum, Bossier City. • JUDITH SMITH, EK, Business Education, Shreveport. • MABEL L. SMITH, Nursing, Taylor. • NELDA SMITH, Mathematics, Winnfield. • O ' BRIAN SMITH, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • PEGGY CAROL SMITH, 2K, Nursing, Coushatta. • MORRIS RAY SMITH, General Curriculum, Logans- port. • RONALD SMITH, General Curriculum, Bossier City. • MARY KATHRYN SNYDER, Primary Educa- tion, Plain Dealing. • JOHN R. SPALDING, Social Science, Alexandria. • SANDRA SPARKMAN, ASA, Upper Elementary Education, Alexandria. • JERRY CLARENCE SPEARS, General Curriculum. Lo- gansport. • ROBERT SPILLERS, IIK . Pre-Law, Shreveport. • HERMAN E. SPINKS, Electronics, Jones- ville. • NELDA L. STAFFORD, Nursing, Baton Rouge. • BILLY ST. ANDRE, Pre-Engineering, Natchitoches. 8 • CORENE STEAGALL, Medical Technology. Zimmer- man. • JAMES 0. STEPHENS, Business Administra- tion, Natchitoches. • MELBA L. STEPHENS, Upper Elementary Education, Elizabeth. • JAMES THERMAN STEWART. Social Science, Montgomery. • JEAN STEWART, Social Welfare, Monroe. • TOMMY R. STEWART, Business Administration, Doy- line. • BUDDY STICE. I IK . Mathematics, Dainger- field, Texas. • MABURL STILES, Journalism. Campti. • WANDA KAY STOCKWELL, Primary Education. Natchitoches. • WALTER M. STONE, General Cur- riculum, Jena. 10 • RITA STORER, Nursing. Shreveport. • LEAH STO- REY, Home Economics Education, Monterey. • CLARK M. STRAYHAN, Business Administration, Plain Deal- ing. • MARTHA STRONG. Nursing, Bossier City. • HERMAN STEWART, TICK, Government, Pineville. 82 THE FRESHMEN • CAROLYN SUE STURDIVANT, Primary Education. Mansfield. • ANNIE SUGGS, Nursing, Lisbon. • MUR- IEL P. SULLIVAN, Math, Castor. • NINA SUE SUL- LIVAN, Math, Innis. • STANLEY LOUIS SUTHER- LAND, Sociology, Belle Chasse. • LEVORN SWEAT. Business Administration. Fullerton. • ALLEN ROY SWILLEY, Music Education, Winn- field. • MARION L. TACKETT. Business Administra- tion, Minter City. Miss. • JIMMY LEE TAFT. Health and Physical Education, Bossier City. • GLENN TAL- BERT, General Curriculum, Lake Charles. TOMMY TALLEY, General Curriculum. Leesville. • JERRY W. TALTON, Industrial Education, Minden. • HUGH TARVER, TKE, Chemistry, Pineville. • FRO- NIE TAYLOR. Health and Physical Education, Natchi- toches. • SANDRA TAYLOR, Primary Education, Winn- field. CONNIE TERRAL, Primary Education, Dodson. • RONALD TERRY. TKE, Forestry, Pineville. • ELIZ- ABETH THACKER, Home Economics, Oil City. • CARL SHARPE, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • CHESTER THIBODEAUX, UK , General Curricu- lum, Maplewood. WILMA FRANCES THIGPEN, Upper Elementary Edu- cation, Bentley. • JUDYE BETH THOMAS. Upper Ele- mentary Education. Belwood. • ROBERT THOM S. Health and Physical Education, Oakdale. • EDITH ANN THOMPSON, Nursing. Natchez. • MYRTLE THOMP- SON, Math, Pollock. • VERLIE JEAN THOMPSON, Primary Education, Col fax. • WALTER PAT THOMPSON, Health and Physi cal Education, Jonesboro. • FAYE GEAN THORNHILL Social Welfare, Alexandria. • CHARLES E. TIBBOLS JR., Business Administration, Doyline. • JOY TIPTEN Math, Ringgold. NORMA TISON, Speech Therapy, Pineville. • LOUIS TESTA, JR., General Curriculum, Waterproof. • WIL- LIAM L. TOLBERT. Health and Physical Education. Elmer. • PATRICIA TOMLIN, Secretarial Science, Coushatta. • BETTYE TOM TOWRY, Primary Educa- tion, Anacoco. 8 CURTIS LYNN TRAHAN, riT, Math, Sulphur. • J1MMIE TRANT, General Curriculum, Waterproof. • DOROTHY TREVENEN, ASA, Sociology, Alexan- dria. • RUBY DEAN TREVILLIEN, Upper Elementary Education. • RACHEL TRIPP. Nursing, Cullen. • ANNE TURNER, Nursing, Monroe. • PEGGY TUR- NER, Business Education, Simpson. • JOAN TURPIN. Secretarial Science, Houston, Texas. • MARY ELLEN TYLER, Upper Elementary Education. • LEN LUDES, Speech, Shreveport. 10 • JERRY UNDERWOOD, General Curriculum. Oil City. • ANNETTE L. URBAN, General Curriculum. Alex- andria. • LOUIS G. VAINE, Medical Technology, Bel- lows Falls. Vermont. • DON VALLERY, Health and Physical Education, Bossier City. • JERRY ANN VANN, 2K, Music Education, Bossier City. 3JJL 1 .•■ ' $ tLsL9 83 w THE FRESHMEN STEPHEN VAN PRAAG, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Brooklyn, N.Y. • JERRY CECIL VARNADO, Business Administration, Alexandria. • CYNTHIA ANN VAUGHAN, Nursing, Cotton Valley. • GERALD VERCHER. Business Administration Alexandria. • CHARLES VICKERS, Health and Physical Educa- tion, Zwolle. CHARLIE VIENNE, Health and Physical Education, Natchitoches. • VIRGINIA VERA VILLARREAL, Spe- cial Education, Haughton. • CHARLES B. VINCENT, Business Administration, Alexandria. • DOROTHY VINES, Elementary Education, Newellton. • LINDA ANN DINGMAN, Secretarial Science, Bossier City. • TOMMY NEAL WAKEFIELD, General Curriculum, Leesville. • BONNIE ROSE WALKER, Primary Educa- tion, Sieper. • BRENDA WALKER. Primary Education, Jonesville. • ELIZABETH WALKER. Nursing, Jones- boro. • MARJORIE CHRISTINE WALKER, General Curriculum, Negreet. • MICHAEL WALKER, Pre-Engineering, Columbia. • PEGGIE WALKER, Upper Elementary Education, Bossier City. • VALERIE WALKER, Elementary Edu- cation. Calvin. • PATSY WALLACE, Upper Elementary Education, Waterproof. • ROBERT PAUL WARE, Ac- counting. Shreveport. JAMES C. WARD, Math, Provencal. • ATHALA WAT- KINS, Sociology, Shreveport. • PEGGY LOYCE WAT- SON, Health and Physical Education, Pollock. • WIL- LIAM WATSON, Electronics, Mansfield. • BOBBY WATTS, Business Administration, Shreveport. JAMES WATTS. Industrial Arts, Jonesboro. • VWIAN JANICE WATTS, Nursing, Shreveport. • CHARLES WEAVER, Industrial Arts, Campti. • DOROTHY WEA- VER, Health and Physical Education, Minden. • DI- ANNE WEBB, Nursing, Shreveport. • MARGARET WEDAMAN, Home Economics, Morgan City. • AL WEEGO, Business Administration, Leesville. • HAROLD LYNN WEIR, Technology, West Monroe. • BARBARA SUE WELCH, Nursing, Corssett, Arkan- sas. • ROLLINS J. WELCH, General Curriculum, Ope- lousas. 8 • VICKY WEST, Speech, Shreveport. • NELWYN MERLE WELBORN, Math. Pelican. • JOHNNY WHEELBARGER, Voice, Natchitoches. • GERALD E. WHITE, Pre-Engineering, Hineston. • JACQUELINE SUE WHITE, Medical Technology, Alberta, Canda. 9 • JAMES T. WHITE, Agriculture, McDade. • JUDY GAIL WHITE, Business Education, Baton Rouge. • MARLENE WHITE, Home Economics, Shreveport. • MARY LUCY WHITE, Nursing, Jonesville. • NOR- MA ELLEN WHITE, Upper Elementary Education, Mel- ville. 10 • THOMAS G. WHITE, Business Administration, Alex- andria. • GWEN WHITEHEAD, English, Shreveport. • GEORGEL WHITLOCK, Pre-Engineering. Port Sul- phur. • LARRY WICKS, General Curriculum, Vivian. • MICHAEL WILCOX, Health and Physical Education, Pittsford, N.Y. 84 THE FRESHMEN JUDY WILD, ASA, Medical Technology, Alexandria. • MARVA B. WILDEBOER, Nursing, Campti. • LER- NA WILLARD, Social Studies, Baton Rouge. • AL- BERT E. WILLIAMS, niv . General Curriculum, Shreveport. • WILLIAM 0. KING, Chemical Engineer- ing, Plain Dealing. • WILLIAM S. JOHNSON, Social Science, Brownsville, Ky. THOMAS W. FOLDS, Sociology, Lawtell. • GLADYS M. WILLIAMS, Business Education, Jena. • GORDON W. WILLIAMSON, Accounting, Simpson. • LINDA A. WILLIS, Nursing, Shreveport. • ROYCE WILLIS, Pre-Law, Shreveport. • BONNIE WINNEINGER, Pri- mary Education, West Monroe. • KINSEY J. WINGO, niv , Pre-Engineering, Turkey Creek. • MONYA WINN, SK, English Education. Al- exandria. • KAY R. WINSTEAD. Industrial Arts, Sib- ley. • MARY WISSING, Primary Education, Shreveport. • MARY WOODALL, Mathematics, Jamestown. • RO- NEY WOODALL, General Curriculum, Shreveport. • GLORIA A. WOODARD, Secretarial Science, Spring- hill. • HOMER WOODARD, Sociology, Minden. • ADAM J. WOODS, IIK , Mathematics, Sulphur. • LES- TER WOODS, Industrial Technology. Alexandria. • RICHARD GRANBERY WOODSON, Journalism, Shreveport. • MABLE R. WOODWARD, AZ, Journal- ism, Clinton. • CARROLL WOOLLEY, Health and Physical Education, Florien. • C. J. WORM, JR., Pre-Law. Shreveport. • HOWARD H. WORRELL, Business Administration, Natchitoches. • MARTHA K. WRIGHT, 222, Home Economics, Education, Evergreen. • G. W. ZACHARY, JR.. General Curriculum, Homer. • IRENE M. ZAGONE, Business Education, Shreveport. RONALD ZAGONE, Social Studies. Shreveport. • RAY- FORD J. ZERINGUE, Health and Physical Education, Raceland. A Queen for C. D. 1 :■•• • •: , • 1 w 4 tit When does the show start? I I ' LL BECOMING THROUGH THE WINDOW WHEN I COME GAMBLING, AND IN THE DORMITORY! TSK! TSK! TSK! NO YOU DON ' T! I ' M NEXT. " -.» M Am mm mtt 1 ymmj jtSi M W w0 ' ' ' . .y Mm H jv I WWW ▼ ' v 1 " W ffy - i T» ' ' 1 iWir I J «j fj W i %b- ?Btk r V mT 1 ■ k Mg j ggK E tfc WH a» IPTthe dog parade begins 1 % ' , I GIVE UP -WHAT IS IT?? - JL n t i CONTENTS: The Student Council The Associated Women ' s Students The Town Associated Women ' s Students The Judiciary Board The Associated Men Students The Potpourri The Current Sauce The Purple Jackets Blue Key The Student Congress N.S.C. Debate Dramatics The College Chorale Little Symphony Orchestra Band The Demonettes The Demonaires N.S.C. Cheerleaders State Fair Court Homecoming Court House Directors ■ EDITOR: ■ Ann Monkhouse P1 ! 41 James Slack, President; Burton Howard, Vice President; Beth San- ders, Vice President of Women; Billy Muse, Vice President of Men; Jeanne Andrepont, Secretary; Margaret Nolan, Treasurer. STUDENT COUNCIL We, your elected Northwestern State College Student Cou ncil, under the leadership of President James Slack and with the guidance of Dudley J. Fulton, strive to serve you, Northwestern ' s Student Body, with the powers vested in us by the Student Body Constitution. The Student Council is dedicated to the interests of NSC ' s student body and the Council thanks the administration and the student body for their cooperation in helping us to car- ry out our duties and special projects for this college session of 1959-60. Seated, left to right: Patricia Pittman. Dottie Dawson, Addie Huckabay, Gerald Paul, Billy Muse, Beth Sanders, Burton Howard, James Slack, Jeanne Andrepont. Margaret Nolan. Standing: Johnny Creach. Leroy Chiasson, Roland McKneely, Jerry Winn. Johnny Adams, Charles Festervand, Dudley Fulton. Not Pictured: Eugene Scott. o " r 4f$ « y : ■Ik If you are going to read Playboy, you ought to bring enough to go around. I can say my number just as well as I can write my name. If we had three more cents, we could buy seven cokes. MEMBERS JAMES SLACK President BURTON HOWARD Vice President BETH SANDERS Vice President of Women BILLY MUSE Vice President of Men JEANNE ANDREPONT Secretary MARGARET NOLAN Treasurer GERALD PAUL Senior President ADDIE HUCKABY Senior Representative EUGENE SCOTT Senior Representative JOHNNY CREECH Junior President PATRICIA PITTMAN Junior Representative LEROY CHIASSON Junior Representative ROLAND McKNEEL 1 Sophomore President DOTTIE DAWSON Sophomore Representative JERRY WINN Sophomore Representative JOHNNY ADAMS Freshman President CHARLES FESTERVAND Freshman Representaiii e Did she say East or West Varnado? 95 ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS DARLYNE ROGERS FELICE LEMOINE BARBARA BROWN JANELLE ANTHONY BARBARA SHAVER LUCIE BARILLIER JANICE EVANS FRANCES LEACH OFFICERS DARLYNE ROGERS President FELICE LEMOINE Vice-President BARBARA BROWN .. .Corresponding Secretary JANELLE ANTHONY Recording Secretar) BARBARA SHAVER Treasurer LUCIE BARRILIER Social Chairman JANICE EVANS Publicity Chairman FRANCES LEACH IAWS Representative Front row, left to right: Marcia Fincher, Anita Bradberry, Carolyn Kearney, Frances Leach, Flora Brown, Leah Story, Johanna Hulls, Darlyne Rogers, Dean Porter, Ruth Self, Clarine Trapp, Sherrie Bronson, Pat Pitman, Nell Campbell, Helen Huckaby, Pat Tatum. Elaine McCartney. Back row, left to right: Mary Ann Wise, Lynda Williams, Freddie Fusilier, Dot Wallen, Barbara Shaver, Cappy Calhoun, Sue Sullivan, Lucie Barrilier, Linda Ding- ham. OIlie Jo Landrum. Peggy Monkhouse, Urhsla Wahl, Kitty Brown, Doris Richards, Janet Sharp. Barbara Crain, Janelle Anthony, Janice Evans, Amy Hood. Joy Jones, Melba Conley, Laura McLeish. The Associated Women Students is an organization of all women students registered at the college, and is a member of the Intercol- legiate Association of Women Students. The purpose of the AWS is to promote, in cooperation with the Dean of Women, the intellectual, social, and spiritual welfare of the women students; to develop in the students a deep sense of self- responsibility; to instill a spirit of cooperation and friendship; and to uphold high social and academic standards among women students of the college. This year the Dean of Women and four of the executive officers attended the Intercollegiate Associated Women Students meeting in Tempe, Arizona. At this meeting some one hundred twenty colleges and universities were represented. To govern the women students is not the only purpose of the AWS. It also helps to enrich the lives of college students by providing op- portunities for th em to participate in school activities. These activ- ities are enjoyed by both men and women students as well as faculty and staff. We begin our year by serving punch to the parents and students on the first day of school ... the Big Sister ' s Coke Party included a style show highlighting the major events of the college woman ' s school year. It is always enjoyed by both big and little sisters. Some of the other activities that AWS promotes include the Howdy Dance ... the Halloween Masquerade Dance . . . the home- coming float . . . the Christmas-at-home Reception which exemplified Christmas in the foreign lands ... the Christmas Carol Sing and the Valentine Dance . . . the year was highlighted by the election of officers who were presented to the students at the AWS Banquet. At this banquet many awards were presented to those women students who have made special contributions to the Associated Women Stu- dents and to Northwestern State College. 97 Residence Hall Presidents and Vice-Presidents " Christmas At Home " ' y " lf ' r rT j ■%k Jr_A (m m ) 4M WM B J ■ J m i it 1 - ■ i uHF I - z. m P 1 kl 1 lil Executive Council First place winners " TOWN ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS Sitting left to right: Linda Corley, Charlotte Fort, Cullyne Scott, Dixie Barker. Sandra Noah. Ann Stewart. Standing left to right: Lovenia Barker, Theda McMickle, Nora Kelley, Elisa Reid, Maurice Aaron. Officers. Sitting left to right: Nora Kelley, Dixie Barker, Elisa Reid. Standing: Maurice Aaron, Linda Corley, Charlotte Fort. OFFICERS DIXIE BARKER President ELISA REID Vice President LINDA CORLEY First District Vice President CHARLOTTE FORT Second District Vice President MARJORIE JOHNSON Secretary GERRY PETERSON Treasurer MAURICE AARON Reporter The Town Associated Women Students is made up of all women students who live off-campus. This organization works closely with the A.W.S., with the TAWS ' Officers serving on the A.W.S. council. The main purpose of TAWS is to keep the off-campus women students informed concerning activities on-campus and to pro- mote a better feeling of unity among all women students at NSC. The various projects the TAWS have participated in are: (1) Mom and Dad Dav; (2) Homecoming: (3) Masquerade Dance; (4) Christmas at Home; (5) A.W.S.-TAWS Banquet, plus various other floats and activities. 98 The Judiciary Board of the Associated Women Students is composed of two A.W.S. officers, the Vice-President, who serves as chairman of the board, and the corresponding Sec- retary. Three other members, representing the senior, junior, and sophomore classes, are appointed by the Dean of Wom- en and the president of the A.W.S. The purpose of the Judiciary Board is to help to enhance the meaning of all college rules and regulations concerning women students. The board serves as a " hearing " group for any woman student who violates an important rule or regu- lation. Left to right: Annette Boone, Lynda Williams, Felice Lemoine, Bar- bara Brown, Carolyn Kearney. OFFICERS FELICE LEMOINE Chairman BARBARA BROWN Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS CAROLYN KEARNEY Senior Representative ANNETTE BOONE Junior Representative LYNDA WILLIAMS Sophomore Representative JUDICIARY BOARD 99 I All regularly enrolled men students who live on the cam- pus of Northwestern State College are members of the Associated Men Students. The Executive Board of AMS is composed of 23 members, each representing a different dor- mitory or dormitory floor. Each member of the Executive Board must maintain a " C " average. The main objectives of the Associated Men Students are: First, to promote, in cooperation with the college adminis- tration, the general welfare of men students at Northwestern State College and, in particular, the welfare of men living in Tit-tat-toe is a fascinating game. Seated from left to right: William Ford, Johnny Garner, Billy Muse, Kenneth Busby, Marion Shilling, Mickey Cline. Standing from left to right: Robert Hatchett, Charles Richey, Herman Sullivan, Wayne Faraldo, Glen Bounds, Jerry Flowers, Frank Parker, Henry Megason, Roy Holland. The Women ' s Judiciary Board? OFFICERS BILLY MUSE President ROBERT HATCHETT Vice President ROY HOLLAND Secretary HENRY MEGASON Treasurer 100 ASSOCIATED MEN STUDENTS residence halls on the college campus. Second, to serve as a means of expression of opinion for men students. Third, to instill in men students a sense of good citizenship, true sportsmanship, and mature responsibility. Fourth, to uphold high standards of conduct and scholarship among students. The members of the Associated Men Students Executive Board are: Lee Thiel, A Frame; Marion Shilling. B Frame; Wayne Faraldo. C Frame; Henry Megason, D Frame: Doug Burt and Sammy Essmeier, East Caspari; Herman Sullivan, Jerry Flowers. Glen Bounds, James Chandler. Roy Holland, and Frank Parker. Prudhomme; Charles Richey, Rebel Hall: Eugene Easley and Johnny Garner. Scheib Hall; Rob- ert Hatchett and Carroll Slack, South Hall: William Ford, Stadium: Mickey Cline and Raymond Slusher. West Hall: and Frank Sanders, Bennie Fowler, and Kenneth Busby, West Caspari. And they looked like such clean cut boys. FRANK HUDSON Editor KEVIN LYNCH Business Editor BUDDY WEBB Associate Editor THE 1960 The Potpourri Staff presents to you, the Student Body, the 1960 Potpourri. We have strived to por- tray you, the Northwestern State College student, as you have studied, played, worked, and dreamed through the year. The Potpourri is entirely financed by the student Left to rigfht: Jo Nettles, Jo Ellen Jamison, Kay Hardin, Susie Hutchins, Dot Wallen, Diane Mayeaux, Jackie Bolton, Doris Rich- ards. Standing: Herby Roach, Mary Manitzas. Not Pictured: Ann Monkhouse, John Edgar. First Row: Billy Muse, Sports Editor; Kay Hardin, Organizations Co-Editor; Susie Hutchins, Organizations Co-Editor. Second Row: Ann Monkhouse, Student Activities Editor; Herby Roach, Features Editor; Dot Wallen, Greek Editor. 102 Whv do I catch all the dirty work? Let ' s throw Hi ut the window. POTPOURRI body of N. S. C. Thus, each one of you will be inter ested in learning about the process of yearbook pro duction. Shreveport Engraving Company prepares our photographic copy, and Benson Printing Com pany of Nashville, Tennessee does the art work, lav outs, and publishing. Three students — the editor, as sociate editor, and business manager — receive work ing scholarships. The total annual expense of pub lishing the Potpourri varies from S15.000 to $20,000. The section editors, Ann Monkhouse. Dorothy Wal- len. Billy Muse, Herby Roach, Suzie Hutchins and Kay Hardin volunteered much time and energy to the presentation of this yearbook. They and their co- workers deserve the appreciation of the entire student body for their help in preparing this book. Several awards are sponsored by the Potpourri throughout the year: the beauty court reigned over by the " Lady of the Bracelet " ; the Potpourri Court: dedication of the book to a person who has displayed loyalty and interest " beyond the call of duty " to N. S. C; and outstanding staff awards to members of the Potpourri Staff. 1960 begins a new decade, and we, the Potpourri Staff, hope you will enjoy reading and looking through the Potpourri many times this decade and many others in the future. 103 ARTIE WIMBERLEY Editor-in-Chief BILLY MUSE Business Manager LINDA CARAWAY Associate Editor LA NAE ROWELL WAYNE CLEMM Society Editor Art Editor FRANK CAPERTON NED WESTMORELAND Assistant Editor Sports Editor 104 1 I Mttinu: Arti c Wimberley. First Row, left to right: La Nae Rowell, Pat Proskewetz, Ruby Bobbin, Betty Neely, .Martha Colton, Peggy Cherry. Second Row: Linda Caraway, Linda Waters, Bonnie Winne- ger, Glyn Peniger, Gail Cogburn, Pat McGraw, Jimmy Sakovich. Third Row: Wayne Clemm, Walter Eagles, Billy Muse, Frank Caper- ton, Pat Gandy, John Pickett, Joe Weinmunson, Ned Westmoreland. Left to right: Frank Caperton, Ned Westmoreland, Jimmy Sakovich, Pat McGraw. Sitting: Wayne Clemm. THE CURRENT SAUCE Interviewing, writing copy, proofreading, meeting deadlines, and doing the other numerous tasks in- volved in publishing a weekly newspaper often be- come tiresome, but Current Sauce staff members for 1959-60 had a feeling of accomplishment every Fri- day when NSC students picked up their copies of the paper. This year the Sauce had different edoitorial staffs for the two semesters. During the Fall semester, Artie Wimberley was editor, but she graduated in January, and Linda Caraway served as editor for the Spring semester. The Fall semester was highlighted by a special lit- erary edition in which appeared short stories, essays, and poetry written by NSC students. Climaxing the Spring semester was the annual 105 Current Sauce Banquet at which George Shannon, managing editor of the Shreveport Journal, was guest speaker. With the help of a new sponsor, Roy Clark, and with the cooperation of the Graphic Arts Department, headed by Charles Wommack, the Current Sauce was able to gain new strides in the year 1959-60. Left to right: Pat Proskowetz. Ruby Bobbin. Sitting: La Nae Rowell. Mary Anne Chopin Judith Hammond Barbara Brown Ganata Jo Nettles Suzy Alost Frances Leach Addie Huckaba) Marcia Fincher Anne Dordan Artie Winberlex Brenda Holmes Sarah Thurmond Celesta Taylor Margaret Nolan Pat Proskowetz Geri Haworth Annette Boone Darlyne Rogers Linda Pate Linda Caraway 106 t IHHfll fL , A k OFFICERS, Left to Right: Sarah Thurmond. Frances Leach, Pat Proskowetz, Addie Huckaby. OFFICERS FRANCES LEACH President PAT PROSKOWETZ Vice President SARAH THURMOND Secretary ADDIE HUCKABAY Treasurer MEMBERS Suzy Alost Geri Haworth Pat Proskowetz Annette Roone Judith Hammond Linda Pate Barbara Brown Brenda Holmes Darlyne Rogers Linda Caraway Addie Huckabay Celesta Taylor Anne Dordan Frances Leach Rose Temple Mary Anne Chopin Ganata Jo Nettles Sarah Thurmond Marcia Fincher Margaret Nolan Artie Wimberley THE PURPLE JACKETS The Purple Jackets, founded in 1927 by President V. L. Roy, was the first honor club to be established at North- western. The Purple Jackets, clad in colors of purple and white depicting loyalty, have become a tradition as hostesses at all events on the college campus. The membership of the club is limited to twenty-one ac- tive members. Each spring new members are chosen from those women students who have demonstrated good scholar- ship, good character and a spirit of cooperation and un- selfishness in serving the college. The honor of becoming a member of the Purple Jackets is one of the greatest accorded to a woman student of North- western State College. First Row: Darlyne Rogers, Celesta Taylor. Annette Boone. Second Row: Pat Proskowetz, Brenda Holmes, Margaret Nolan. Third Row: Barbara Brown, Sarah Thurmond, Linda Caraway, Anne Dordan, Francis Leach. Left to Right: Addie Huckabay, Ganata Jo Nettles, Geri Haworth. Linda Pate, Suzy Alost, Marcia Fincher, Artie Wimberley, Mary Anne Chopin. Judith Hammond. BLUE KEY Seated from left to right: Shelly Richardson, Mickey Murphy, Billy Muse, Karl Moore, Freddy Bosarge, Charles Brown. Standing from left to right: David Jackson, James Brister, Vance Holliway, Hal E. Townsend, Leonard 0. Nich- ols, Don Deen, John Pickett, Burton Howard. Not Pictured: Johnny Creech, Dale Hoffpauir, James Slack. During the latter part of the spring of 1959. a group of men from Northwestern State College, in cooperation with the Office of Student Relations, petitioned the National Blue Key Organizations for mem- bership. On December 9, 1959, the Blue Key National Honor Frater- nity installed the NSC chapter of Blue Key at a formal dinner in the private dining room of the Student Center. John J. McCann, national vice-president of the Blue Key fraternity, administered the formal oath to initiates and presented the chapter charter to President John S. Kyser. Dr. Kyser and Dudley G. Fulton, dean of men, were installed as honorary members, and Leonard O. Nichols, and Hal E. Townsend were initiated as faculty members. New active members of the NSC Blue Key chapter are Freddie Bosarge, James Brister, Charles Brown. Johnny Creech. Don Deen. Dale Hoffpauir. Vance Hollowav. Burton Howard David Jackson, Karl Moore, Mickey Murphy, Billy Muse. John Pickett. Shelly Rich- ardson, Eugene Scott, and James Slack. Membership is limited in number to juniors and seniors. The or- ganization was established solely as a service organization composed of men on the campus. Selection for membership is one of the highest honors that can be conferred upon a man at Northwestern. We finally received our Charter. OFFICERS EUGENE SCOTT President BILLY MUSE lice-President MICKEY MURPHY Secretary KARL MOORE Treasurer EUGENE SCOTT MICKEY MURPHY BILLY MUSE KARL MOORE 108 Freddie, you had better watch out! OFFICERS BURTON HOWARD Presiding Officer FREDDIE BOSARGE ...President Pro-Tempore JO ANNE ROBINSON Secretary MARY NELL BUCHANAN Executive Council Member BILLY CONE Executive Council Member FRANCES LEACH ..Executive Council Member BURTON FREDDIE HOWARD BOSARCE MARY NELL BILLY JO ANN BUCHANAN CONE ROBINSON STUDENT CONGRESS Front Row, left to right: Patsy Sanders, Jo Ann Robinson, Rita Michal. Billy Cone, Georgia Ann Bailes, Freddie Bossarge, Burton Howard. Darlyne Rogers. Second Row: Frances Leach, Linda Caraway, Carolyn Kearney, Brenda Holnes, Marie Stafford, Marietta Hamock, Sue Dullivan, Cappy Calhoun, Gloria Thomp- son, Bernadine Hinkley, Annette Boone. Third Row: Mickey Lewis. Buzzy Sul- livan. Roger Williams, Maxine Queyouze, Jo Nettles, Melba Conley, Hazel Barnes, Doyle Williams. NSC ' s 1959 fall semester witnessed the establishment of a new student-representative group on campus — the Student Congress. Created by action of the Student Council, the Congress was to provide a more complete relationship between the average student and his student government. This was to be accomplished through the representative of each NSC club, organized group, and dromi- tory on the Student Congress. Student reactions to various measures were guaged through the Congress, and a campus-wide fund-raising project known as the Western Festival was initiated and planned by the Congress. Several other measures beneficial to the student body were also brought to the attention of the Student Council and Adminitsration through ac- tions of the Student Congress. Burton Howard, Student Body Vice-President served as the Con- gress ' Presiding Officer and communicated the Congress ' wishes to the Student Council. 109 N. S. C. DEBATE The 1959-60 Demon Debate Squad consisted of Richard Norred, Wanda Christian. John Hazleton, Joe Corbell, Den- nis Folds, Glynn Peninger, Judy Lytle, Pat Allen, Butch Combs, Burton Howard, Jayne Hazleton, Frances Freeman. Kerry Bradford, Patsy Gladden, and Gloria Crane. This squad, in seven tournaments — LSU, Mercer Univer- sity. La. Tech, Mississippi College, Mississippi State College for Women. Mississippi Southern, and Northwestern State College, has achieved five superior ratings in debate, and a superior in Men ' s Poetry; excellent ratings in Varsity De- bate. Women ' s Debate. Men ' s Debate, Women ' s Radio, and Advocary Speaking. They have also received numerous awards in Extemporaneous Speaking. Interpretation and Storytelling. The squad is being capably c oached by Donald Graham. no FIRST ROW. left to right: Wanda Christian, Butch Combs, Joe Corbell, Gloria Crane. SECOND ROW: Dennis Folds, Frances Freeman, Patsy Gladden, Jayne Hazleton. THIRD ROW: John Hazleton, Judy Lytle, Richard Norrid, Glynn Peninger. NOT PICTURED: Pat Allen, Kerry Bradford, Burton Howard. " Let ' s try to stop at Las Vegas. ' The center of attraction. Oh, I ' m so tired ! DRAMATICS This is MY will? ' A delightful period play, " Quality Street, " by James M. Barrie was presented by College Theatre in the spring of 1959. Featured in the production were Ruth Gremillion, Sue Hutchinson, and Wayne Black. " Death Takes a Holiday " climaxed the theatrical entertainment for the semester. Included in the cast for this play were two of the acting award winners for the season. The current season opened with an enjoyable comedy, " Lo and Behold! " . Playing the leading roles were John Hazelton, Vicky West, and Rex Preuett. Deviating from the conventional three-act play the College Theatre presented a unique program of one-acts in which the newly organized Children ' s Theatre members appeared. Their offering was Percival Wilde ' s " The Toy Shop. " Other unique attractions were a staged reading of " Gray Bread " by Jean Lee Latham and the poetic drama, " A Minuet, " by Louis N. Parker. Scheduled for the remainder of the 1959-60 season were the popular " Bell, Book, and Candle " and the general favorite " Our Town. " The latter play was NSC ' s main contribution to the Fourth Louisiana Drama Variety Festival on the Northwestern campus. The production activities were headed by Dr. Fdna West as direc- tor and Mr. Donald Cain as technical director. Throughout the year the theatre group worked diligently to make the 1959-60 year a suc- cess. 111 MEMBERS OF THE 1959-60 CHORALE Catherine Arnold Joyce Behm Pamela Bounds James Boyd Kathleen Brittain Roberta Bromley Jack Brosette Freda Cadow Jo Ann Cain Linda Cato James Clegg Jacquelyn Cocke Bobby Dean Catherine Distefano Roy Farmer Mary Sue Fletcher J. L. Ford Obie W. Ford La rry Gates Kathleen Gallaspy Glenn Hardy Sandra Hash Jimmye Heard Bobby Hughes Alda Hoffman David Jackson Linda Johnson Sidney Lee Michael Lewis Juanita Miller Theda McMickle John Mize Janice Neely Lauralie Normand Nelwyn Norsworthy Sarah Oliver Prudence Parrott Shirley Ann Peery Ronald Quimby Carol Quinn Betty Raines Jerry Rice Fay Richards Neutria Salley Bobby Sasser Ruth Self Gerald Simon Carl Smith Judith Smith Robert Smith Mary K. Snyder Maburl Stiles Anita Thedford Edwina Thedford Lee Thiel Judye Thomas Lavelle Thompson Jerry Ann Vann Wallis Ray Wagner Murray Wannamaker Diane Weber Donald W. Wilkins Glenn C. Wilkins Morya Ann Winn DR. ABEL JOHN PETERSON Director Ambassadors of good music! The Northwestern State College Chorale is an organization of students who enjoy singing and entertaining with varied types of music. They devote several hours each week striving to atttain a peak of excellence in interpretation and vocal presentation. The Chorale performs locally in its annual Christmas and Spring concerts and special college events. In the spring, this singing group tours Louisiana. The Chorale was formed in the fall of 1958 under the supervision and direction of Dr. Abel John Peterson. This small group, about forty in number, is capable of rendering any type song from popular to the classics. The organization ' s varied activities are planned and cor- related through the cooperation of the director and execu- tive committee. Members of the 1959-60 executive committee are Don Wilkins. president; Jack Brosette, vice-president; Kathleen Gallaspy, secretary: and Sandra Hash, treasurer. Each of these students works with a sub-committee com- posed of other chorale members, maintaining a closely knit, mobile group of artisans. This creates a sense of oneness in every endeavor, whether it be functional or artistic in na- ture. THE COLLEGE CHORALE 112 LITTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Natchitoches — Northwestern Little Symphony Orchestra is truly a community organization in that its members include elementary, high school, and college students; as well as college faculty and towns- people. The group presents four concerts during the academic year — two public concerts and two Young People ' s Concerts for the school children of Natchi- toches and nearby towns — and also provides music for the spring semester commencement exercises. Onstage with the orchestra. DR. JOSEPH CARLUCCI Director 113 MEMBERS JOHN WOLFE, Concertmaster May Beville Margaret Steele Bibbitt Ainsworth Sandra Whittington Claudine Mayes James Lee Carroll Peter Torgrimson James Hyde Paul Torgrimson Mark Torgrimson Barbara Normand Ruth Caughey Walter Caughey Harold Flurry Sarah Oliver Van Barker David Jackson Patrick Vidrine Gilbert Acosta Walter Eagles Kenneth Hendrickson Allen Swilley Richard Culpepper Bill Coffey David Hardin James Brumley Clarence Robbins George Gilcrease Kamal Kathey Betsy May Barbara Jo Fulton Sarah Oliver Librarian BAND The 1959-60 Demon Band under the direction of Dwight G. Davis has fulfilled its obligation during the school year exceedingly well by providing appropriate music for athletic events, concerts, music festivals, pep rallies, and parades. Concerning athletic events, the NSC Band was on hand to help boost and support the Demon Football Team at all home games and at the annual NSC-La. Tech classic in Shreveport, La. The band could always be depended upon to play in the stands pre-game, dur- ing the game and often after the final whistle had blown. They were consistently on tap for a completely new half time show at each home game. Once again, a combination of precision drill and colorful formations constituted the half time programs to band enthusiasts in the whole surrounding area. It was a busy semester, athletic wise, for the band but they were able to squeeze in one short, informal Christmas concert before re- tiring for the Christmas holidays. To climax the first semester ' s work, the band held their first An- nual Band Banquet in the Private Dining Room of the Student Cen- ter. Highlighting the banquet was the introduction of the first Band Queen, Miss Janet Sharp, of Boyce, La. Miss Sharp was introduced by the president of the band, James Brumley, of Shreveport, La., and was presented a bouquet of red roses. Credit for having originated the idea of an Annual Band Banquet and for having put the plan into motion should be given to Kamal Kathey, also of Shreveport, La., secretary-treasurer, and past presi- dent of the band. Concert season was by no means an idle one. A Spring Concert was presented in the Fine Arts Auditorium late in the spring semes- ter along with a series of pop concerts presented in the Field House and Fine Arts Court. The range of music presented on the Spring Concert transcends from heavy symphonies, written for bands, to marches and light compositions of all types. The pop concerts con- sisted of light selections appealing to all types of musical tastes. The NSC Band was also active during the 1959-60 school year pa- rade wise, both home and abroad. The most important of these pa- rades were the Homecoming Parade, the Christmas Festival Parade, and a Parish Fair Parade in DeRidder, La. A usual function of the Concert Band is a tour taken during the Spring Semester. This year ' s band toured several Louisiana High Schools playing three concerts daily. The band expresses its appreciation to the college for the new uniforms issued to them at the beginning of the Spring Semester. 114 James Brumley, President, presents Janet Sharp, 1959-60 Band Queen, with a bouquet of red roses at the first Annual Band Banquet. OFFICERS JAMES BRUMLEY President JAMES LEE CARROLL Vice President KAMAL KATHEY Secretary-Treasurer LINDA CATO Reporter KEN HENDRICKSON Drum major JANICE BENEFIELD Majorette CAROLYN CANADY Majorette JO ANNE HILL Majorette LINDA KYLE Majorette JERRY ANN VANN Majorette VICKY WEST Majorette MEMBERS OF THE BAND Gary Acklin Gilbert Acosta Sandra Baker Janice Benefield Joe Berger Marjorie Blister Dixie Berry James Brumley Linda Buie Mary Carole Burford Paul Bush Carolyn Canady James Lee Carroll Linda Cato Carolyn Corley Doris Cranford Richard Culpepper John Delk Patricia Farrow Harold Flurry J. L. Ford Myrtle Gaskin Prince Gilcrease Gracie Godwin David Hardin Ann Hart Kenneth Hendrickson Jo Anne Hill Rose Huson David Jackson Erline Jennings Kamal Kathy Linda Kile Donna LeBlanc Sharon Lemmons John Lingard Dianne Mayeaux Nancy Jo Melroy Cinda Lou Mize Clayton Normand Curtis Paul Wannelle Powell Vincent Protti Ginger Mae Rice Clarence Robbins Vincent Sabella Janet Sharp Robert Spillers Melba Stephens Allen Swilley Edwina Thedford Jerry Ann Vann Winfrey Verdel Patrick Vidrine Vicky West Sara Wheat Jacqueline White Albert Earl Williams 115 ■■ - » Lucie Barrilier, Ranita Blake, Norma Blalock, Emma Brodnax, Peggy Brown, Gloria Burrows, Donna Bush, Shearon Causey, Jo Ella Dor- meyer, Alice Due ham p, Barbara Dykes, Bettye Fletcher, Pauline Ford. Linda Friddell, Marva Glover, Sandra Greene, Jean Hall, Sandra Hartsfield, Frances Hathorn, Delores Heerington, Carroll Houston. Judith Ikerd, Wanda Lawrence, Bobbie Ledig. Patricia Lomax, Rose McCartney, Jackie McGee, Glenda Mangham, Blanche Miller, Betty Neely, Yvonne Nettles, Ann Ramsey, Wynn Reynolds, Donna Ritchie, Barbara Robinette, Jo Ann Robinson, Jo Nell Rogers, Leah Story, Carolyn Sturdivant, Peggy Swor, Suzanne Tuminello. Peggy Turner, Joan Turpin. Virginia Villarreal, Gwen Whitehead. Lorna Willard. Lynda Williams. Irene Zagone. Not Pictured: Dorothy Brown, Donna Cavanaugh, Alayne Mcintosh, Karolyn Woodward. T H E DEMONETTES Top: Left to right: Jo Ann Robinson, Suzanne Tuminello, Alice Duchamp. Bottom: " N, the raw. " We ' re picked for short left legs. P V, ky A Certainly this organization has experienced one of its greatest seasons. Football fans were thrilled and often times amazed with the fine field performances presented by the Demonettes. Evidence of apprecia- tion was great in those recognizing extreme skill and for everyone the element of surprise was pleasantly fulfilled with clever changes in tempo, patterns and techniques. 1 ' ]■ MISS VIOLET DAVION Sponsor SUZANNE TUMINELLO Drum Majorette — 9£P BUDDY CARROLL Leader ALLEN SWILLEY EARL WILLIAMS MEMBERS Saxes JOSEPH BERGER Trombones CLARENCE ROBBINS ROBERT SPILLERS GEORGE GILCREASE Rhythm Section HAROLD FLURRY, piano CLAYTON NORMAND, guitar VINCENT SABELLA, drums DAVID JACKSON, bass Trumpet J. L. " BUDDY " CARROLL, Leader In their fifteenth year as the official college band, this group con- tinued to serve the students of Northwestern as a hard working, depend- able music organization. Performing at short dances, pep rallies, and school sponsored balls, the Demonaires earned the praise of the student body. The Demonaires is one of the few, and best, school sponsored groups in the state. Not only is this group popular at Northwestern, but its enthusiasm and musical repertoire is known throughout the state. This is proven by the fact that Civic organizations in towns from Vivian to Baton Rouge have repeatedly contacted the Demonaires for their holi- day dances. The band had four jobs offered them for New Year ' s Eve. All this speaks well for a group of non-professional musicians (six of who are music majors) who play for " kicks. " In keeping with the times, the Demonaires " book " contains a mixture of rock n ' roll, Latin, jazz, and ballads. There are some arrangements in the " book " that have been composed and arranged by members of the band. As a final note to summarize the 1959-60 dance season: " Like we dug it the most! ! ! " THE DEMONAIRES Front Row, left to right: Allen Swilley, Joseph Berger, Robert Spillers. Second Row: Clarence Robbins, George Gilcrease, Earl Williams, Harold Flurry, Clayton Normand. Third Row: Vincent Sabella, David Jackson, Buddy Carroll. N S CHEERLEADERS C Left to right: Bibbit Ainsworth, Herby Roach, Betty Holloway, Pat Malstrum, Barbara Law, Johnny Edgar. Demon: Elmer Hermes. Top: There must have been more gas in that balloon than we thought. Bottom: Oh what a shame. We hit the bulldog. The NSC cheerleaders of 1959-60 had a good year with many improvements. They spent a great part of the summer in meetings where cheers were learned and practiced and where discussions on uniforms were held. Then in July they all threw their sneakers and cheering clothes into a bag and visited NSC for a week of work, work, work, at the NSC Cheerleading Clinic where they took first place honors. The cheerleaders have spent a great deal of time in dec- orating goalposts, cars and the noise box, which in cooper- ation with the Student Council they instigated this year. This year the cheerleaders were given a trophy for their first year service and for their two years of service Elmer Hermes. Demon, and Bibbit Ainsworth, head cheerleader, received a jacket. All in all the cheerleaders feel that they have helped some to promote school spirit and better relations between the col- leges of Louisiana. 119 Seated, from left to right: Topper Watkins; Barbara Brown Crane; Queen, Bar- bara Law; Yvonne Nettles; Marva Glover. Back Row: Sue Weir, Leah Story, Pat Linder, Margaret Ann Nolan. STATE FAIR COURT Real foxy Jimmie is in seventh heaven. HOMECOMING COURT Front : Jeanne Andrepont. Beverly Norman. Back row, left to right : Pat Linder. Marva Glover, Yvonne Nettles, Alice Heckel, Anita Pierce, Marietta Hammond. Queen Yvonne W 120 MRS. MARGUERITE TOWNSEND East and West Caspar! MRS. MAE RHODES Schieb Hall MALCOLM GOMEZ Rebel Hall FLOYD L. JUDD A, B, and C Frames HOUSE DIRECTORS MRS. RUTH WEBBER Prudhomme Hall Seated left to right: Mrs. Anne Dun- nam, Kate Chopin; Mrs. Mable Chapman. Audubon; Mrs. Vera Gab- bert, Carondelet. Standing:: Lynda Williams and Barbara Shaver. Bien- ville; Mrs. Eloise Michal, Agnes Morris. Top: Roderick Outland. South Hall; Nash W. Love, West Hall. Center: Mrs. Tommie Nugent. East Varnado. Not Pictured: Mrs. Mary Hicks, West Varnado. Mrs. Irple Shaddock. South Natchitoches. Not Pictured: Mrs. Frances Mitchell, North Natchitoches. CONTENTS: I Interf raternity Council Pan Hellenic Council Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Sigma Alpha Delta Zeta Sigma Kappa Sigma Sigma Sigma Fraternity Favorites Sorority Beaus Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Tau Gamma Tau Kappa Epsilon EDITOR: Dot Wallen KM, ' . £tf GERALD PAUL, TKE President BILLY CONE, 2TF Vice-President KARL MOORE, IIK t Secretary-Treasurer INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council was organized with the pur- pose of promoting harmony and a more congenial relation- ship among the three fraternities on the campus. The Coun- cil consists of the three fraternity Presidents and two rep- resentatives from each of the fraternities. The Council governs and directs all fraternity affairs. Members: James Blister, ITK$; Charles Brown, TKE; Bill Carter, 2TT; Richard Escort, 2TT; Frank Peske, TKE; Jerry Willis, UK . - ««TV kk %i ' ■:•■. ' -t WANDA CHRISTIAN, ALA President ANNE DORDAN, AZA Recording Secretary JO ANN ROBINSON. AZ Corresponding Secretary ALICE ANN " BUTCH " DUCHAMP. 2K Vice-President FELICE LEMOINE, 222 Treasurer P A N-H ELLENIC COUNCIL The Northwestern State College ' s PanHellenic Council is a member of the National Pan Hellenic Council, the govern- ing body of thirty-one national NPC sororities. The NSC PanHellenic Council is composed of an alumna, one senior, and one junior delegate representing each of the five national sororities on campus. The president of each group serves as an ex-officio member on the Council. PanHellenic ' s purpose is to promote harmony and co- operation among the Greek organizations on campus, to further understanding of the Greek World, and to promote on a high plane scholarship and character among Greek women. Members, First Row: Alice Ann Duchamp, 2K; Sally Ann Rutledge, AZ; Felice Lemoine, 222; Jo Ann Robinson, AZ ; Anne Dordan, ASA; Jo- hanna Hulls. 222. Second Row: Mary Ann Wise, 2K; Mary Jean Thomas. 222; Lavette Ward, A2A; Wanda Christian, ATA; Mrs. Lucile Hen- drick. Sponsor; Mrs. Marilyn Love, 2K. r - — fUmr. $8 % m k m- Officers: First Vice-President, Murray Jean Wannamaker; Recording Secretary, Wanda Christian; Corresponding Secretary, Lynne High- tower; Treasurer, Pat Sanders. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA PEGGY JO ROBINSON President On the eve of May 30, 1904, in Syracuse, New York, a new Greek- letter fraternity was organized and named Alpha Gamma Delta. The first chapter, Alpha, was installed at the University of Syracuse through the untiring efforts of Dr. Wellesley P. Coddington and eleven girls, who were the charter members. It was the intention of these girls to start the fraternity out on a national basis, so a year later, at the University of Wisconsin, Beta Chapter was installed. Since the great day in 1904, 55 years ago, through the diligent serv- ice, love, and devotion of many " Alpha Gams, " Alpha Gamma Delta has become one of the most outstanding fraternities. It is one of the fourteen international fraternities, having chapters in Canada and Hawaii. There are 84 chapters of Alpha Gamma Delta with approxi- mately 40,000 members. One of the newest chapters is Gamma Kappa Chapter here at Northwestern. It was formerly a chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon, which merged with Alpha Gamma Delta in 1959. Gamma Kappa Chapter was installed on this campus in September, 1959. Alpha Gamma Delta has conventions biennially with each chapter being represented. The fraternity colors are red, buff, and green; and the fraternity flower is the rose. Peggy represents us at National ztss kfit « i MEMBERS Lenore " Billie " Bryant, Wanda Christian, Melba Conlay, Kathy Fleltman, Marcia Fincher, Frances Freeman, Lynne Hightower, Claudia Pollock, Peggy Jo Robinson, Pat Sanders, Murray Jean Wanna- maker. Not Pictured: Jolene Johnson, Kay Moore, Ellienne Todd, Fran Winn, Sponsor. 127 MEMBERS First Row: Doris Schmitt, Sandra Sparkman, Catherine Distefano, Rita Michal. Lavetta Ward, Beth Moore, Linda Coleman, Judy Gail White. Second Row: Bettie Hungerbeeler, Peggy Hutton, Dorothy Trevenin, Betty Lou Jacobs, Sandra Gail Baker, Patricia Spigener, Brenda Bridges, Margaret Ann Nash, June Grim- mer. Third Row: Frances Ruth Ross, Sylvia Ward, Carolyn Boydstun. Judy Wild, Dorothy Graiser. Mary Frances Eas- ley, Theodora Croom, Kitty Brown. Fourth Row: Anne Dordan, Ginger Mulina. Jackie Ryder, Frances Madden. Pat Kennedy, Lois Lacour, Norma White, Joy Jones. 128 i ( t • • A Officers: Vice-President. Anne Dordan: Recording Secretary. Kitty Brown: Treasurer. Theodora Croom. Alpha Sigma Alpha, national sorority, was founded November 15. 1901, at Longwood College, Farmville. Virginia. Psi Psi Chapter — one of some forty chapters found throughout the United States — was installed at Northwestern State College in 1930. The aim of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to establish a sisterhood that shall have for its fourfold objective the intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual development of its members. Psi Psi activities begin with slumber parties — held throughout the year — and then preparations and presentations of memorably suc- cessful informal and formal rush parties which are climaxed with Pledge Christmas party and the Philanthropic projects are followed by the campus-wide well known fraternity parties which begin the social features of the Spring . . . the terrific Camp Party, the Faculty Tea, the unforgettable Spring Formal and the climatic Mother-Father- Daughter Banquet at which time outstanding upper-class undergrad- uate members are presented awards for leadership, fidelity, loyalty, and service; and Best Pledge and Pledge Scholastic Awards are pre- sented to pledge members deserving of such honors. Proud of the traditions and standards which have been established and maintained, Psi Psi is composed of a group of girls who work together to carry on the ever lasting heritage of Alpha Sigma Alpha. RITA MICHAL President This is a slumber party? A lovely chapeau. sir! j L-JJ I - : f S " . £a5 Officers: Micky Beckman, Treasurer; Yvonne Nettles, Historian; Blanche Miller, Corresponding Secretary; Frances Leach, Second Vice-President; Sandy McCalla, First Vice-President; Alice Stephens, Recording Secretary; Pixie Barillier, Editor. HAZEL BARNES President The privilege of membership in Delta Zeta Sorority, now shared so proudly by nearly 40,000 of us, was made possible because our six beloved founders, 57 years ago, had the faith, wisdom, courage, and love within themselves to guide them in the founding of our sorority. Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, on October 24. 1902. The local chapter, Epsilon Beta Chapter of Delta Zeta, was installed on this campus on November 14, 1927. Before its initiation into Delta Zeta, the chapter was Phi Chapter of Delta Sig- ma Epsilon, which was the first Greek organization to come on the campus. Chapters of Delta Zeta in Louisiana are located at Louisiana State LTniversity, Sophie Newcomb. McNeese, Southwestern, and North- western, Each year members of these chapters meet in a state-wide program known as " State Day. " Delta Zeta ' s take pride in their philanthropy projects at Gallaudet College for the Deaf at Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Public Health Service at Carville, La. As Delta Zetas. we feel that our membership in our sorority is a privilege which we share together. It does carry with it a responsi- bility for each of us individually, and for all of us collectively. That responsibility becomes a challenge — that we so chart our lives that they may become an influence toward betterment of our communities, our country, and our world. Hey! The gay ' nineties are back at NSC MEMBERS First Row: Lillie Johnson. Ginger Huson, Barbara Bright, Donna Cavanaugh, Jo Ann Robinson, Betsy May, Pat Lan- dry, Lucie Barillier, Barbara Crippen. Second Row: Nancy Sue Gulledge, Frances Leach, Mary Mosely, Carolyn Sue Leach, Mickey Beckman, Mary Blanche Postell, Pauline Ford, Gaye Clark, Marva Glover, Eloise Bundrick, Norma Villamizar, Jimmie Nell Adams. Third Row: Carolyn Campo, Pat Litton, Ann Gray, Addie Huckaby, Hazel Barnes, Sandra Glover, Yvonne Nettles, Joan Sasser, Judy Hughes, Tillie Andrus, Linda Newell, Ann Clark, Gloria Burrows, Mable Woodward, Leoni Prud- homme, Virginia Sumrall, Jeannie Houser, Sally Rutledge, Sue Bres, Marian Meador, Charlene Waring, Blanche Miller, Alice Stephens, Gail Rucker, Sandra McCalla. Not Pictured: Bobbie Sue Craft, Stella Craig, Alice Heckel, Beth Huckaby, Sarita Johns, Mary Helen Kilpatrick, Lucie Petty, Anita Peirce, Sue Durrett Robinson, Pat Sanders, Ann Wilson, Catherine Calhoun. 131 MEMBERS First Row: Peggy Smith, La Nae Rowell, La Verne Thompson, Neita Lou Dickerson, Jerry Ann Vann, Donna Briegel. Second Row: Monya Winn, Ellen Baker, Jan Mc- Leish, Ceeile Bacle, Virginia Villarreal, Barbara Beebe, Laura McLeish. Third Row: Mary Ann Wise, Judie Smith, Donna Lee Bush, Maxine Coile, Emma Lou Brodnax, La- verle Allen, Alice " Butch " Duchamp, Melba Rodg- ers, Norma Blalock, Kay Mcintosh. 132 Officers: First Vice-President. Alice " Butch " Duchamp; Second Vice- President, Mary Ann Wise; Treasurer, Maxine Coile; Recording Sec- retary, Barbara Beebe; Corresponding Secretary. Neita Lou Dicker- son; Chaplain, Jan McLeish; Registrar, Ellen Baker. Sigma Kappa Sorority entered the Greek world on November 9, 1874. at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. On September 26. 1959. Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma became known as Delta Mu Chapter of Sigma Kappa. Mrs. Karl Miller. National President, in- stalled the chapter and was assisted by Marilyn Huff. Joyce Agar. I both of Dallas. Texas ) and Beta Epsilon Chapter at Louisiana Tech in Ruston, Louisiana. Miss Ann Crockett. National Traveling Secre- tary, has been a great help in getting the chapter organized. Sigma Kappa can be identified by her flower — the violet, her jewel — the pearl, and her clcthes of maroon, symbolic of Truth, and lav- ender, symbolic of Purity. Now entering into its first year on NSC ' s campus. Sigma Kappa holds high the aims and ideals of love, loyalty, scholarship, high moral and spiritual development, friendship and service that have become traditions with her sister chapters all over the United States. It was 85 years ago that our founders first funned that mystic bond of which we are so fortunate to become a part. We challenge ourselves to uphold our high standards and to widen our mystic bond so that we will always be as proud as we now are to say: " ' We are Sigma Kappas. " Our Installation Banquet. LaVERNE THOMPSON President Officers: Vice-President, Mary Nell Buchanan; Recording Secretary, Carolyn Robinette; Corresponding Secretary. Beth Sanders; Treas- urer, Patsy Goldsby; Keeper of the Grades, Patsy Gladden; Centen- nial, Ann Hollenbeck. JEANNE " BUTCH " ANDREPONT President Sigma Sigma Sigma, more often called Tri Sigma, has a long, proud history filled with girls from all parts of the United State loving, sharing, and giving abilities and talents. Ever since its beginning on April 20, 1898, in Farmville, Virginia. Tri Sigma has been dedicated to academic prog- ress, to the formation of enduring friendships, to high ideals of personal conduct, and service to others. Sigma Sigma Sigma is a member of the National PanHellenic Conference and embraces forty-eight states, the District of Columbia, and Hawaii, with chapters on scores of college and univer- sity campuses, with nearly two thousand members. Our open motto, " Faithful Unto Death, " signifies our everlasting bond of friendship. Our colors, royal purple and white go well with the delicate purple violet and the pure white pearl which are our flower and jewel respectively. Alpha Zeta Chapter came onto Northwestern ' s campus in 1928, and since then has acquired a little white house, hun- dreds of members and pledges, alumnae, friends, and our dear sponsor. Miss Eve Mouton. As the history of Sigma Sigma Sigma unfolds, Alpha Zeta Chapter takes its place with a warm, friendly, lovable group of girls who believe: " To receive much, one must give much . . . " The big moment — when we received the Chapter Achievement Award. The rushees loved Eve, too. I •» I : rf W MEMBERS Bibbit Ainsworth, Jeanne Andrepont, Georgia Anne Bailes, Annette Boone, Mary Nell Buchanan, Delores Byrd, Loring Campbell, Joy Cole, Gerrie Dickerson, Sylvia George, Patsy Gladden, Patsy Goldsby, Norma Gurden, Ann Hollenbeck, Pat Huckaby, Johanna Hulls. Sue Imhoff, Barbara Law, Felice Lemoine, Marie Martin, Martha Middleton, Margaret Ann Nolan, Beverly Norman, Sue Norman, Carolyn Pankey, Pat Pittman, Elissa Reid. Carolyn Robinette. Beth Sanders. Cullyne Scott, Virginia Smith, Marie Stafford, Ann Stewart, Marie Jeanne Swann, Dorothy Wallen. Sue Weir. Nursing Students: Nancy Albright, Merrilyn Bernard, Kay Bryant, Marjorie McCloud. Pledges: Mary Bergeron, Sherri Lynn Bice, Delphine Blankenship, Anna Marie Broussard, Sherry Ann Brunson, Patsy Ruth Buckley, Judy Carter, Norma " Kit " Corson, Martha Cotton, Gloria Crane, Myra Jane Curry. Linda Dingman, Betty Fletcher, Carolyn Hall, Betty Holloway, Amy Hood, Mildred Joffrion. Catherine Mischler, Geraldine Peterson, Margie Ann Ramsey, Beverly Sue Reeves, Ruth Richardson, Donna Faye Ritchie, Barbara Robinette, Frances Russell. Margaret Wedaman, Martha Kav Wright. ' 135 ROSE OF PI KAPPA PHI Mona Hall Fraternity Favorites P f » ROSE OF SIGMA TAU GAMMA Judy Wright SWEETHEART OF TAU KAPPA EPSILON Marilyn Defatta ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Charles Freeman Roy Holland ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Richard Escott " %»- r d? Sorority Seaus DELTA ZETA Don Seoggins •WL- M JLJt SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA James Hollenbeck SIGMA KAPPA Leroy Chiasson Officers: Chaplain, L. C. Cathey; Intramural Representative, Robert Powell: Historian. David Jackson; Treasurer, Karl " Punchy " Moore; Secretary, Mickey Frazier; Warden, Albert " Bucky " Tuminello. PI KAPPA PHI JAMES E. BRISTER President Pi Kappa Phi, National Social Fraternity, has been an organiza- tion on campus since 1956. Before becoming a national fraternity, it was known as Phi Kappa Nu, a local fraternity. Our Beta Omicron Chapter has continued to prosper and grow these past years. Always in our every endeavor, we have maintained our position as " The Friendly Fraternity. " Each year Pi Kappa Phi participates in the Christmas Festival, Christmas at Home for Needy Families, parades, and other civic and campus activities. Socially, we enjoy sorority parties, the Rose Ball, the Spring Bar-B-Q and summer watermelon parties. This is our second year in our own house. Living together has proved helpful in organizing for activities, promoting stronger fra- ternal bonds, promoting higher scholarships, and assisting and train- ing our Pledges. Our colors are blue and gold: our flower, the red rose. Surprised and happy! We all pledged Pi Kappa Phi. ? V MEMBERS First Row: Larry Rice. Karl " Punchy " Moore, William C. Coney, Mickey Frazier. Albert J. Tumminello, Jr., Huey Fitch, Percy A. Little, Roland McKneely, Jr., Aubrey Ryals. Roy Bostick. Second Row: Wayne G. Faraldo. Kelley McFarlain. Adam J. Woods, Albert Earl Williams. Pat L. Eddings, James E. Brister, Jerry B. Willis, Jim Atkins, Larry J. Shook, George H. Cameron, Jesse Chessler, Tommy Brewton. Larkin C. Cathey, Jr., William Ray Thompson. Third Row: George Ellis Bostick, Robert Spillers, Mickey Murphy, Billy Schamerhorn, Samuel H. Edwards, Chester R. Thibodeaux, Leighton D. Miller, Jr., Bud Weir, Eugene Burroughs, Charles Doty. John Mize, Kinsey J. Wingo, Sam- uel H. Russell, Paul Rochette. Jr., Robert Boone. Ed Craw- ford. Buddy Stice. Carl W. Fuller, David E. Jackson, Rob- ert W. Powell. Jack Jines. 139 JPlf f y rt ta MEMBERS First Row: Danny Mack Boyt, Jerry Hernandez, Joe Ci- cardo, Robert Turley. Thomas Cheek. Sam Love, Bookie Shilling. Second Row: Wayne Parker, Don Woosley, Wayne Clemm. James Love, Jerry Berlin, Ned Westmoreland. Pete Fester- vand. Billy Cone. D. D. Bland, Hugh Durham. Danny Rowzee. Third Row: Ralph Gill. Rico Escort. Woody Trammell, Dave Braly. Jerry Varnado. Charles Galliger. Leroy Chias- son, Kennith McDaniels. Thomas White. Fourth Row: Peyton Crawford, Pat Culbertson, J. T. Floyd. Curtis Trahan. Kevin Lynch, George L. Celles. Jerry Winn. Jerome Claes. 140 Officers: Sergeant-at-arms, Danny Mack Boyt; Vice-President. Sam Love; Secretary, Bookie Shilling; Corresponding Secretary. Kevin Lynch: Treasurer. Thomas Check. Again and due to the outstanding quality of its members Sigma Tau Gamma has taken its place amongst the upper echelon of cam- pus leadership. Many of the leading student enterprises at N.S.C. carry Sigma Tau Gamma representation on their roles. We tip our hats to these brothers as well as those who have the reins of frater- nity leadership for the past year . . . Billy Cone, Nu Chapter Presi- dent and the Executive Officer of the Black Knights . . . Sam Love. Vice-President of Nu Chapter and the Vice-President of the Junior Class . . . Marion Shilling. Nu Chapter Secretary and A.M.S. repre- sentative . . . L. Kevin Lynch, Corresponding Secretary of Nu Chap- ter and the Business Manager of the 1960 Potpourri . . . Thomas Cheek, Nu Chapter Treasurer and the Captain of the ROTC Rifle Team . . . Jerome Claes. Historian of Nu Chapter . . . Rico Escott. Nu Chapter Chaplain . . . William Carter, Nu Chapter Pledgemaster and the IFC representative . . . Robert Turley, Nu Chapter Reporter . . . Danny Boyt, Sergeant-at-Arms for Nu Chapter. Soon to become brothers are pledges Hugh Durham. Don Wool- sey, Woody Trammell. Jame? Love. Jerry Hernandez. Danny Rowzee. Curtis Trayhan. Jerry Berlin. Joe Cicardo. Pat Culbertson. Charles Dutile. Glen Peacock, and Ricky Rushton. Special acknowledgement goes to our beautiful and much loved Rose for 1959-60. Miss Judy Wright. Judy ' s devoted efforts and un- dying inspiration has won a segment of each Tau ' s heart. SIGMA TAU GAMMA BILLY CONE President All smiles. Aw! I dropped my rose. Officers: Chaplain, Calvin Jay Reese; Treasurer. Ellis Coutee; Vice- President, Gerald Paul; Pledge Master, Frank Peske; Secretary, Billy Muse; Historian, Buddy Webb; Sergeant-at-Arms. Herby Roach. TAU KAPPA EPSILON W. CHARLES BROWN President Purposes, ideas, leaders, followers, a glorious history in our once local fraternity, Lambda Zeta, are what have made and will always make Tau Kappa Epsilon outstanding on this campus. Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon is extremely proud of its men who exhibit capable leadership in various campus organi- zations as well as in our fraternity. Recently initiated, Major Thomas J. Gleason, U.S. Army, who is an assistant PMS T of the ROTC Corps here at Northwestern is an outstanding member and our very capable sponsor. TKE is well known on campus for its various social events and remains high on NSC ' s social ladder. In the fall,our greatest event is the Fall Formal at which the new fraternity sweetheart is present- ed. Our annual spring dance, the Bar-Fly is well remembered and looked-forward-to by the members and other students who have had the pleasure to be able to attend, as one of the best dances of the entire year. At this western style dance, our incoming officers are presented along with the outstanding graduating Senior and the best pledge of the fraternity. Tau Kappa Epsilon, better known as " Teke, " is one of the young- est national fraternities in the nation. In recent years, however it has reached the status of No. 1, chapter-wise, in the United States. There are 160 chapters with approximately 37,000 men, including a chapter in Canada. TKE National, though large and complex, has a motto which is simple, yet complete: " Tau Kappa Epsilon — The Fraternity for Life. " Frank always has his mouth open. I ' m glad that gun wasn ' t loaded! EX, . MEMBERS First Row: Bruce Foreman, Buddy Webb, Herby Roach, Johnny Adams, Pat Malmstrom. Second Row : Hugh Tarver, Calvin Jay Reese, Fred R. Rowzee, Jr., James Hollenbeck, John M. Millar, Lee Thiel, Truman Maynard, Frank Peske, Olaus Conner. Third Row: W. Charles Brown, Frank Hudson, Charles Ritchie, Clayton Hollenbeck, Herman A. Stuart, Ronald Terry, Ellis Coutee, Bob Gersten, Tim White, Gerald Paul, Jimmy Hooker, Billy Muse, Sam Piranio, Jr. 143 ,: CONTENTS: The Lady of the Bracelet Beauties Mr. and Miss N.S.C. Miss Potpourri and Court Campus Queens The Hall of Fame EDITOR: I Herby Roach ' k- % " l , i V id BOBB SUE CRAFT _-v J lie JL adu of th Bobbie Sue, a Senior in Nursing here at Northwestern, is from Alexandria, Louisiana. She is a member of Delta Zeta Sorority and is in the Student Nurses Association. She was a Potpourri beauty in 1958, and again in 1959. This year Bobbie Sue was selected " The Lady of the Bracelet " by Mr. Bob Cummings. Mr. Cummings made an excellent choice, don ' t you think? M.SS PAT LINDNER j v f " 4 v j " ' ' " I r M SS „ARV F HCH In deep deliberation. HOW THEY WERE CHOSEN Girls, girls, everywhere! The top twelve. Thirty-six girls were nominated by the organiza- tions on campus to participate in the " Lady of the Bracelet " Contest. Five students and five faculty members selected first eighteen, then the top twelve beauties from this bevy. These twelve girls were pho- tographed, and the pictures sent to Bob Cummings in Hollywood. A few days later an Air Mail Special De- livery letter arrived with Mr. Cummings ' selection for the top eight beauties including the " Lady of the Bracelet " . To t he ten judges and to Mr. Cummings, we are deeply thankful and are indeed proud of the eight most beautiful girls at Northwestern. Mr. Bob Cummings, himself. MISS N. S. C J arbara [ rown A senior in Business Education, Barbara is from Mans- field, Louisiana. She was on the BSU Freshman Council in 1956, and in 1957 to 59 was a member of the Executive Coun- cil. In 1959, she was selected Vice-President of Women of the State BSU. Barbara joined Pi Omega Pi, the honorary Busi- ness Fraternity, in 1957, and was elected Chaplain in 1959. Also in 1957, she was selected Sophomore Counselor, and was presented the Purple Jackets Award which is awarded to a sophomore girl not a Purple Jacket with outstanding scho- lastic, leadership, and service records. She was selected to be- come a member of the Purple Jackets also in 1957. In 1958, Barbara was elected A.W.S. Corresponding Secretary for a year; she was selected to represent Northwestern in Shreve- port at the State Fair game as State Fair Queen, and the A.W.S. presented to Barbara the A.W.S. Undergraduate Award also based on scholastic, leadership, and service achievements. MR. N.S.C. LJ " fo J ac J jootn Billy Jack is a Senior in Health and Physical Education from Farmerville, La. A four-year letterman in both baseball and football, he was one of the foremost athletes in the Gulf States Conference ' s history. He was an All-Conference (GSC) selection for three straight years, 1957-59, in both sports. Billy Jack was co-captain of the 1959 Demon football team and was voted the team ' s Otustanding Players in 1959 by the members of the squad. Winning the pass-reception title of the GSC for 1957-59 is another of his many awards. Over a four-year career he caught 65 passes for 1,305 yards and 11 touchdowns. This is one of the best performances by an end in the history of NSC. He was just as outstanding on de- fense as he was on offense. In baseball, too, he was a sterling player both offensively and defensively. At the plate, Billy Jack was consistently among the leaders in batting each year in the conference. rr MISS a ■ POTPOURRI AND COURT ARTIE WIMBERLY Most Ambitious YVONNE NETTLES Most Appropriately Dressed DARLYNE ROGERS Most Congenial JEANNE ANDREPONT Most Involved in Student Politics CAROLYN KEARNEY Most Studious SUZY ALOST Most Talented BARBARA BROWN Best Personality Miss Artie Wimberly, Miss Darlyne Rogers, Miss Carolyn Kearney, Miss M argaret Ann Nolan, Miss Jeanne Andrepont, Miss Yvonne Nettles, Miss Suzy Alost. Not Pictured: Miss Barbara Brown. CAMPUS QUEENS STATE FAIR QUEEN MISS CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL V BAND QUEEN Mvonne y ettles HOMECOMING QUEEN MISS MERRY CHRISTMAS JEANNE ELAINE ANDREPONT Home Economics Education; Basile, La. Presi- dent ' s Honor Roll, 1956-60; Euthenics Club, 1956-60, Secretary, Attendance Award, 1957-58, Program Co-Chairman, 1958-59; Freshman Home Economics Award, 1956-57; AWS Council, 1956-57, 1958-59, Big Sister, 1956-60; Home- coming Court, 1956-57, 1959-60; College Sing- ers, 1956-58; Dormitory President, 1956-57, Rep- resentative, 1957-58; Sigma Sigma Sigma So- rority, 1956-60, Social Activities Chairman, 1957-58, Rush Chairman, President, and Dele- gate to the National Convention, 1958-59, President, 1959-60; Panhellenic Council, 1958- 59; Student Advisor, 1958-59; Junior Class Vice- President, 1958-59; Kappa Delta Pi, 1958-60; Diamond Jubilee Court, 1958-59; Student Coun- cil Secretary, 1959-60; Potpourri Court, 1959- 60; Nominee for Miss NSC, 1959-60; Catholic Theology Group, 1959-60. EUGENE W. SCOTT, JR. Mathematics; Natchitoches, La. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, 1956-60, Secretary, 1957-58; Blue Key, Charter Member, President, 1959-60; As- sociation of U. S. Army, 1958-60, Secretary, 1958-59, President, 1959-60; Student Council Junior Class Representative, 1958-59, Senior Class Representative, 1959-60; President ' s Rib- bon, 1958. 1959; PMS T Ribbon, 1959, 1960; A.U.S.A. Medal, 1959; Battle Group Command- er, 1959-60; Distinguished Military Student, 1959; Mr. NSC Nominee, 1959-60; Sigma Sigma Sigma Man of the Year, 1958. FRANCES L. LEACH Business Education; Leesville, La. Sophomore Counselor, 1957-58; AWS Treasurer, 1958-59; Pi Omega Pi, 1957-60; Panhellenic Representa- tive, 1957-59; Purple Jackets President, 1959-60; Canterbury Club President, 1959-60; College Singers, 1956-57; IAWS Representative, 1959- 60; Judiciary Board, 1957-58; Delta Zeta So- rority, 1956-60, Pledge President, 1956; His- torian, 1957-58; Vice-President, 1958-60; Best Pledge, 1956, Best Active, 1958-59. THE HALL OF FAME WILLIAM VAN MUSE Accounting and Business Administration; Delhi, La. Pi Omega Pi, 1958-60, Reporter, 1959-60; Phi Kappa Phi, 1959-60; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 1958-60, Secretary, 1959-60; Student Council Vice-President for Men, 1959-60; President Men ' s Dormitory Council, 1959-60; Vice-Presi- dent Blue Key, 1959-60; Business Manager of The Current Sauce, 1958-60, Sports Editor, 1960; Mr. NSC Nominee, 1960. BILLY JACK BOOTH Health and Physical Education; Farmerville, La. Football, 1956-60; Baseball, 1956-60; Gulf States Conference All-Conference Selection, 1957-59, in Baseball and Football; Co-Captain Football team, 1958-59; Outstanding Player Award, 1958-59; Pass-reception title, 1957-59. M ' i?v«R.u«» The Hall of Fame is an honor bestowed upon a num- ber of outstanding Seniors who have given of them- selves much time and energy in serving the college. This year these Seniors were chosen by a committee composed of the Dean of Student Relations and the President. It was their endeavor to select the most worthy students; however, many deserving students have been omitted due to the limited number to be selected. i- JAMES B. SLACK Government, History and Pre-Law; Plain Deal- ing, La. BSU Council, Business Manager, 1957- 58, Missions ' Director, 1958-59, Vice-President, 1959-60; State BSU Council, Sunday School Representative, 1959-60; Sophomore Class Presi dent, 1957-58; Diamond Jubilee King, 1959. Vice-President of Student Body, 1958-59; Dele gate to Louisiana Federation of Louisiana Col leges and Universities, 1959-60; Blue Key Hon or Fraternity, 1959-60; BSU Summer Mission ary to Hawaii, 1960; Student Body President, 1959-60. FRANCES DARLYNE ROGERS Business Education; Pelican, La. Purple Jack- ets; President AWS, 1959-60; Pi Omega Pi; Demonettes, 1957-58; BSU Freshman Council, 1957-58; Student Council, Sophomore Repre- sentative, 1958-59. BARBARA BROWN Business Education: Mansfield, La. Purple Jack- ets, 1957-59; Pi Omega Pi, 1957-59, Chaplain, 1959; AWS Corresponding Secretary, 1958-59; BSU Freshman Council, 1956, Executive Coun- cil, 1957-59; State Fair Queen, 1958; State BSU Vice-President for Women, 1959; Purple Jackets Award, 1957; AWS Undergraduate Award, 1957; Sophomore Counselor, 1957-58. u y r " JSTr, AND HK m • A HAPp y w otovvD t i grKouS TERROR OF THE TABLES ' V - ' 4 .-. , if+i M J M TO TALK VOUR WAY ?Ur OF TH S ONE ■ r) c W5 , r . NOW ALVIN!! a HMM, I WONDER IF SHE WANTS TO GO. m y; m rs $ 1 Uj oy CE j £« »««» f 4T 0 . BU CONTENTS: ■ Cadre Cadet Staff R.O.T.C. Companies Rifle Team Black Knights EDITOR: i Frank Hudson ■ ■ fgqfl mwms. ' - L £ . . C» €.« •fit " 4 " ; 7 7V _ ' .: - - : 4 PMS T: LT. COL. L. E. JAMES, INF. ASSISTANT PMS T ' S: Maj. T. J. Gleason, Arty.; Capt. R. Wysons. Inf. NORTHWESTERN RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS INSTRUCTORS: S Sgt. McBride. M Spec. Port, M Sgt. Herring. Sgt. Walker. ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF: S Sgt. Briber, Mrs. Reynolds, Mr. E. G. Harris, Sgt. Maj. Hammond. t .jy Foremost in our minds and surely in the minds of our leaders is the pressing problem of the cold war. Years from now this will undoubtedly still be a formidable problem and one which will require capable and active leadership. Reserve strength also is of the utmost importance and in this respect the R.O.T.C. has and must maintain an unquestionable lead. The Reserve Officers Training Corps offers young men of superior quality true opportunity of earning a commission while in pursuit of his college degree. The R.O.T.C. at North- western offers to its cadets an excellent program aimed at instilling in them the qualities of leadership necessary for obtaining a commission in the U. S. Army Reserve. This program includes courses of instruction in leadership, per- sonnel management, military history, map and aerial photo- graph reading, military operations and logistics, teaching methods, weapons and their employment, and command and staff procedures. Proof as to the success of this program was exhihited in World War II where 100,000 R.O.T.C. graduates served in the capacities of 2nd Lieutenant through General. CROUP COMMANDER AND SPONSOR: Cadet Col. Eugene Scott, Rattle Group Commander; Cadet Col. Margaret Ann Nolan, Battle Group Sponsor. CADET STAFF: Cadet Col. Eugene Scott, Group Commander; Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Risor, Group Exec. Officer; Cadet Major W. Mead Middle- ton, S-] ; Cadet Major Charles Whitehead, S-2; Cadet Major James Walker, S-3; Cadet Major Albert Tuminello, S-4; Cadet Capt. Thomas Cheek. Asst. S-l; Cadet Capt. Herbert Greene, Asst. S-2; Cadet 2nd. Lt. John Pickett, Public Information Officer; Cadet 1st. Lt. Don Deen, Asst. S-3; Cadet 1st. Lt. James Slack, Asst. S-4. Chiasson, Leroy Jemison, Paul 0. Scott, Homer 0. Skinner, James L. Curtis, William H. Haley, Phillip R. LaBoa. Anthony J. Mays, John C. Nash, John T., Jr. Slack, Sherry L. Winn, Jerry R. Brown, Woody G. Deason, Harold R. Jones, Franky C. McDaniel, Kenneth Rahh, James L. Weldon, Henry T. Bates, William D. Beasley, Jack T. Bennett, Kent R. Britt, Ronald T. Cabanillas, Alex Crawford, Charles E. Culbertson, William P. Dupuy, Bobby J. P. Dutile, Vernon Gill. Ralph R. Godfrey, Thomas D. Guin, Bobbie G. Harrison, George B. Hollenbeck, Clayton S. Johnson. Ronald G. Miers, Glen D. Moran, Kenneth M. Nash, John J. Peacock, Robert G. Robertson, Carney W. Rolland, James K. Schamber, Manaen Self, Roy R. Slaughter. James W. Ware, Robert P. HEADQUARTERS COMPANY Adkins, James A Capt. Holloway, James H 1st Lt. Black, Earl R 2nd Lt. Hollenbeck, James H 2nd Lt. Rambin, William R 2nd Lt. MISS MARVA GLOVER Sponsor MISS BARBARA LAW Sponsor Cone, Billy J Capt. Frisbee, Warren Mc 1st Lt. Paul, Gerald D 2nd Lt. Peske, Frank L 2nd Lt. Stockstill, John D 2nd Lt. Conerly, Jerry M. Carter, William F. C. Calhey, Larkin C, Jr. Celles, George L. Braly, David C. Cely, Gerhard Dow, Robert L. Eason, David F. Fisher, John F. Reese, Calvin J. Woodard, Homer 0. Crow, Larry C. Duke, Ollie D. Durham, Hugh C. Grigsby, Bobby G. Gunn, Charles R. Westmoreland, Edwin 0. Bernard, Hugh E. Bonial, Edwin J. Clar, Carlos Connor, Olaus R. Crawford, Walter P. Edwards, Samuel H. Faith, William R. Flournoy, David 1). Holmes. Michael F. Jarrett, David E. Knox, Perry L. Lynch, Lawrence K. Maranto, Joe A. Marcus. Harvey McNeill, Gordon L. Piranio, Sam L., Jr. 178 Prewitt, Wayne L. Roberts. Thurman A. Robin. Dale P. Rougeau, Charles L. Santana. Francisco G. Sasser, Horace D. Tibbals, Charles E. Vallery, Raymond W. White, Gerald E. A COMPANY B COMPANY Bosarge, Frederick C. Haynes, Billy H. James, Arthur M. Smith, William A. , Jr. Bowman, Kermit A. Bush. Leonard D. Fletcher, Frank G. Fowler. Donald B. Hale, Robert E. Kramel, Glenn R. McKneely, Roland V., Jr. Bonnette, Samuel J. Calvert, William D. Fowler, Jerry M. Miller, William W. Rogers, Richard L. Thiels, Jerry M. Alford, James C. Allhritten. Howard I Burlingame, Carl A. Clegg, James W. Dodson, Hugh R. Dowden. James A. Foster, Leroy D. Galligan, Charles L. Gates, Carroll W. Holland, Leonard A. Hughes, Bobby R. Hyams, John S. Jennings. Jimmy R. Lambert, Emile L. Mayes. Darrell D. McWilliams, Eddie L. Merchant, Clayton G. Nelms, Billy R. Olds, Delmer W. Shcamerhorn, Billy F. Smith, Robert T. Tolbert, William L. Van Pragg, Steve Varnado, Jerry C. White, Thomas G. Parker, Frank Capt. Stewart, William H 1st Lt. Hodge, Dewain 2nd Lt. Lewis, Thomas E 2nd Lt. Powell, Robert W 2nd Lt. MISS SUE WEIR Sponsor MISS BEVERLY NORMAN Sponsor Parker, Milton C Capt. Draco, Laurie A 1st Lt. Barnes, Ernest W 2nd Lt. Sanders, Jerry D 2nd Lt. Sullivan, Leland L 2nd Lt. C COMPANY Scoggins, Don A. Clemm, Robert W. Escott, Richard E. Maricelli, Joseph M. Aldredge, James L., Jr. Hyams, Henry M., Jr. Mason, Edward Mc. Rice, Larry P. Schauf, Laurance R. Trammell, Woodrow L. Hichman, Frank A. Parker, Wayne R. Peterson, Milton C. Prince, Paul M. Weaver, Walter R. Woolsey, Donald E. Allhritten, Robert L. Auenson, Tilton A. Barnes, Jimmy D. Calaway, David L. Cloutier, Joseph K. Cormier, Theodore S. Crews, John B. D ' Amico. Nicholas E. Dyess, Charles C. Ford, John C. Goree, Mack W. Martinez, Maurice McDowell, Charles P. Miller, Leonard D. Neal, Donald Palma. Thomas J. Richardson. Robert B. Rowzee, Danny L. Sislin, Robert E. Spillers, Robert G. St. Andre. Billy L. Talley, Tommy N. Wakefield, Tommy N. Ward, James C. 179 Falcon, Johnny 0. Brundage, William G. Little, Clarance D. Webb, Monroe 0„ Allen, Nathan, Jr. Bailey, Galen L. Bates. Ralph L. Blake. Tommy E. Claes, Louis J. Combs. Julian A. Dowden, Larry G. J i Cooley, Terry W. David, Henry L. Lokos, John L. MeBride. Louis W. Reeves. Robert D. right, Gene N. Brooks. Robert M. Boyd, James P. Carson, Elton E. Childress, James T. Corbell, Joseph W. Cox, Joe M. Delk, John S. Doty, Charles E. Freeman, Ray L. Fuller, Carl W. Hammons, Charles M. Herpin, Carlton M. Johns, William E. Landry. Warren L. Miller. Meade H. Perry, William N. Powell, Timothy R. Rodgers, Carroll L. Rushton. Richard P. Spears, Johnny R. Strayhan, Clark M. Talton, Jerry W. Tarver, Hugh A. Van Gossen, Donald F. D COMPANY Roberts, Claude J Capt. Brown, Warren C 1st Lt. Anderson, Larry D 2nd Lt. Bacilla, Phillip R 2nd Lt. Tirado-Luco, Jose A 2nd Lt. MISS PAT LINDNER Sponsor Front Row: Cadet Capt. Thomas Cheek. L. C. Cathey. David Jarrett, John Hyams, Payton Crawford, Ronald Britt. Second Row; Jerry Varnado, Eddie McWilliams, Kenneth Mc- Daniel. Wayne Gates. Billy St. Andre. Henry Hyams. Not Pictured; Team Captain. Jerry Connelly. 180 RIFLE TEAM Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Risor. Commander. Black Knights; Cadet Capt. Billy Cone. Exec. Officer. Black Knights. Commanded by Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Risor. the Black Knights are a precision marching team. In the past three years the Black Knights have earned quite a name for themselves. Perhaps their produest achievement is the fact that in 1959 they captured fifth place in the National Drill Team Competition held in connection with the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. Competition is open to all university and college drill teams. On the state scene, the Black Knights are equally active. For three consecutive years, they have been rated as top performers in the Mardi Gras Parade in New Orleans. The Black Knights also participated in the State Fair Parade in Shreveport, the Miss America Parade in Arcadia, and the Christmas Festival Parade in Natchitoches. The Black Knights have frequently been called on to perform at school functions. Some of these functions are the N.S.C. Homecoming Parade, the Mom and Dad ' s Day celebration, and some of the home football games. Also, at each home game the Drill Team furnishes a color guard. Each year there is a reorganizing job done. The nucleus of the Black Knights is formed around the returning mem- bers from the previous year ' s team. The Drill Team com- mander, assistant commander, and the squad leaders select and train the new men each year. This year the assistant commander is Cadet Captain Billy Cone and the squad leaders are Cadets 1st. Sgt. Don Scoggins, 1st Sgt. Fred Bosarge, Sgt. Maj. Burton Howard, and 1st. Sgt. Johnny Falcon. The Black Knights ' U.S. Army technical adviser is M Sgt. Robert Herring. The Black Knights do a " Cross Move " for the camera. The famed Black Knights perform a salute which they have named the " Black Knight Salute. " The Black Knights on parade DRILL TEAM Right to Left, Front to Rear: Lt. Col. Robert Risor, Commander; Wayne Parker, Jackson LaBoa, Don Scoggins, Freddie Bosarge, Bur- ton Howard. Johnny Falcon, Calvin Reese, Ned Westmoreland, Capt. Billy Cone, Exec. Officer; Jerome Claes, David Braly, Bobby Grigsby, Galen Bailey, Lawrence Schauf, Donald Woosley, Woody Trammel. Kermit Bowman. Thomas White, Peyton Crawford, James Rolland, Donald Fowler, Jerry Winn, Danny Rowzee, Hugh Durham. Terry Cooley. Charles Galligan. William Culbertson, Thurman Robert-. Guidon Bearer. CONTENTS: Football Basketball Baseball Track Gymnastics Golf Tennis Intramurals Women ' s Recreational Association EDITOR: Billy J ' Suitcase " Muse ■r IN ♦ ■ » • i i r . - ■ " L 85 A 73 76 q Or " C i GUARDS 68 Dean Smith 66 Jerry Didier 67 Jim Williams 65 Paul Hutcheson 69 MikeNoone 64 Dickie Mason 62 Robert Powell 61 Walter Weaver r i irf IS W Dtaar p« r ■ HJ . k V |ap| H PVil • ' " ■ ■ ' % - : IS .- .. ■■■■ ' . % | w " raK j:. ' lg «-.- ■■; THE Jersey No. Name 1 9 5 Hometown ENDS 80 Jackie Smith Kent wood 1 81 Brooksye Cregg Belzoni. Miss. 82 Billy Booth Farmerville 83 Johnny Wall Carthage, Tex. 84 George Smith West Monroe 85 Pat Drewett Jena « 86 Monk Canterbury Kilgore, Tex. 87 Eddie Hood Ruston TACKLES 1 77 Berl Deckel Slidell 76 Ferrell Yarbrough Coushatta 75 Octave Bernard Raceland 78 Jerry Fowler ( loushatta 73 JimMcCahill Indianapolis, Ind. 72 Marion Tackett Minter City, Miss. 74 Frank Sullivan Okolona . li " . Oak Grove Shreveport Springhill Chattanooga, Tenn. Indianapolis, Ind. Kilgore, Tex. Lockport Coushatta ..j. 67 81 69 Ht. Wt. DEMONS Class 6- 3 195 Soph. 6 ' 185 Junior 6 ' 210 Senior 6 ' 200 Junior 6 ' 190 Senior 6- 3 180 Junior 6 ' 190 Soph. 6- 1 180 Soph. 6 ' 230 Senior 6- 4 235 Junior 6 ' 245 Soph. 6- 1 210 Soph. 6- 4 235 Fresh. 6 ' 200 Fresh. 6- 1 195 Junior 6 ' 210 Senior 5-11 200 Junior 5-10 200 Junior 5- 7 190 Junior 6 ' 195 Soph. 6 ' 220 Soph. 5-11 195 Junior 6 ' 190 Soph. Major P.E. Bus. Adm. P.E. P.E. P.E. Physics P.E. P.E. P.E. Bus. Adm. I.E. P.E. Bus. Adm. General P.E. P.E. Bus. Adm. Bus. Adm. Bus. Adm. I ! u . Adm. P.E. P.E. Agri. FORMING THE NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE gridiron squad for the 1959 football season were the following Demons: First Row (left to right) : Bob Martin. Raymond Eddy, Don Deen. Dale Hoffpauir, J. M. Marccelli, Walter Weaver, Robert Powell, Marion Tackett, and Larry Crowe. Second Row: Dean Smith, Octave Bernard, Bert Heckel, Jimmy Williams. Brooksye Gregg, Mike Noone, Earl Phillips, George Smith, Dickie Rogers, Jerry Didier, Frank Sullivan, and Claude Roberts. Third Row: Johnny Wall, Charles DeSadier, Pat Drewett, Jim McCahill, Ferrell Yar- brough, Jackie Smith. Monk Canterbury, Eddie Hood, Jerry Fowler, Jerry Lott, and Billy Jack Booth. Fourth Row: Paul Hutcheson, Ralph Con- rad, Lonnie Harper, Troy Burch, Dickie Mason, Edgar Johns, Billie Calvert, Vic Stelly, Jimmy Aldredge, and Jim Griffin. Jersey No. Name CENTERS 51 Claude Roberts 52 Earl Phillips 53 Edgar Johns QUARTERBACKS 17 Dale Hoffpauir 15 Dickie Rogers 16 Larry Crowe 18 VicStelley HALFBACKS 21 Troy Burch 43 Ralph Conrad 45 Don Deen 44 Jim Aldredge 22 Jerry Lott 24 Billy Calvert 42 Lonnie Harper 41 Jim Griffin FULLBACKS 33 Raymond Eddy 35 Robert Martin 32 J. M. Maricelli 34 Charles DeSadier Hometown High Island. Tex. Baton Rouge Mangham Lake Charles Palestine, Tex. Merryville Zachary Winnfield Penns Grove, N. J. Natchitoches Jena Natchitoches Vidalia Shreveport Daingerfield, Tex. Ht. Wt. Class Coushatta Mangham Merryville Bossier City 6 ' 190 Senior 6- 1 205 Junior 6 ' 195 Soph. 5-10 190 Senior 6 ' 165 Soph. 6 ' 170 Soph. 5- 9 175 Soph. 5-11 175 Junior 5-10 165 Junior 5-11 175 Senior 5- 8 165 Soph. 6 ' 175 Senior 5-10 160 Soph. 5- 8 165 Fresh. 5-10 160 Fresh. 5-11 185 Fresh. 5-10 200 Junior 5-10 185 Junior 6- 1 205 Junior Major Bus. Adm. Gov ' t P.E. P.E. Bus. Adm. P.E. P.E. P.E. P.E. P.E. P.E. P.E. P.E. English P.E. General Agronomy P.E. P.E. THE 1959 SEASON A, r NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. ' PC . S» ■■■■■■■■■i SEASON RESULTS . 14; Stephen F. Austin 14 . 19; McNeese State 6 . 0; Lamar Tech 19 . 0; Louisiana College 8 .17; Pensacola NAS 10 .14; Louisiana Tech 27 .37; Colorado Mines .24; Northeast State 19 .14; Southwestern 34 . 13; Southwestern 15 Overall Record: 4-5-1 GSC Mark: 2-3 186 HEAD COACH JACK CLAYTON Assistant Coaches Alvin " Cracker " Brown, Ernest " Slim " Howell, and Walter " Cajun " Ledet. Demon Football Managers Sammy Essmeier, Mickey Parker, and Frank Ready. 7 7 7 7 14 NSC 14 SFA The NSC Demons of Coach Jack Clayton opened the 1959 gridiron season in a somewhat unspectacular fashion by playing to a 14-14 deadlock with the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks before a disappointing crowd in Shreveport ' s State Fair Stadium. Slick quarterback Dale Hoffpauir got Northwestern off on the right foot by circling right end from ten yards out for the first NSC score of the season. Brooksye Gregg split the uprights for a 7-0 Demon lead. But SFA came back to tie the game right before the half on a pass from Harold Stephens to Ottis Hargett. The Lumberjacks moved ahead, 14-7, early in the third period on Kenny Davis ' two-yard plunge. Northwestern took advantage of a SFA fumble in the final three minutes of play to tie the tussle. Ralph Conrad scored from the one on fourth down and Gregg split the uprights again to deadlock the game. BILLY JACK BOOTH Co-Captain — End Conflict with the Cowboys Conrad scores against SFA Lumberjacks. 7 6 19 NSC 6 6 McNEESE Northwestern ' s Demons opened their Gulf State Conference slate in powerful style Sept. 19 in Demon Stadium with a 19-6 victory over the McNeese State Cowboys from Lake Charles. With a " dog night " crowd looking on, the Demons exploded early in the second period. Ralph Conrad took a short pass from Dale Hoffpauir and streaked 72 yards down the sidelines for a 6-0 NSC margin. Right after the second half kickoff. Robert Martin bulled his way over from the one and Jim Gifford converted to boost Northwestern ' s advantage up to 13-0. The lone Cowboy counter came on a quarterback sneak by Don Breaux early in the fourth quarter. Minutes later Demon field general Dale Hoffpauir pulled the same trick to leave the final margin at 19-6. v — rtuw Outta my way, Big Boy! Heads I win, Tails you lose. NSC 7 6 19 LAMAR TECH The Northwestern State College Demons fumbled their way to their first loss of the season, 19-0, to the Lamar Tech Cardinals in Port Arthur, Texas, Sept. 26. The big tough Texans proved too powerful as NSC bobbles set up each score. Lamar Tech recovered the pigskin with only a few minutes left in the half and scored on a pass from Charles Starcke to Ronnie Fontenot. Starcke and Fontenot connected again midway of the third stanza to increase the Cardinal ' s margin to 13-0. Lamar ' s final score came in the waning minutes of the struggle on Shepard Touchet ' s one-yard plunge. The Demons made several threats on the passing and inspired play of Dale Hoffpauir, but each time the fumble proved to be the stopper. 8 NSC 8 LA. COLLEGE A surprising bunch of Louisiana College Wildcats took the opening kickoff and marched to the only score of the game to upset the Northwestern Demons in Pineville on Oct. 3, 8-0. Led by powerful fullback Joe Stewart, the Wildcats drove the length of the field and scored on quarterback Sonny Huff ' s one-yard sneak. The Demons completely outplayed the Baptists for the rest of the game, but could not crack into the end zone. Louisiana College got their two extra points on a safety when Jimmy Rea trapped Demon halfback Jerry Lott behind the goal line. The game was played on a muddy, rain-soaked field that prevented the NSC offensive machine from functioning properly. This marked the second year in a row that the hungry Wildcats from Pineville had upset Northwestern. BERT HECKEL Tackle 10 PENSACOLA The NSC Demons used an explosive offense and " heads up " defensive play to upset the Pensacola Naval Air Station Goshawks, 17-10, in Demon Stadium and even their season slate at 2-2-1. Jan Griffith booted the Demons into a 3-0 lead early in the contest, but the Swabbies came back to score and take the lead. In the last seconds of the first half, Billy Jack Booth gathered in a Dale Hoffpauir aerial to hit paydirt and shoot NSC into a 10-7 halftime lead. The Goshawks tied the score following the halftime break on a field goal, and the game remained tied until the final three minutes of the battle. Hoffpauir ' s passing moved the ball to the three-yard line, and the big quarterback plunged over to make the final margin 17-10. ■ " The parallel plunger 7 7 14 NSC 14 7 6 27 TECH The powerful Bulldogs from Louisiana Tech used two onside kicks and a blocked punt to stop the NSC Demons by a score of 27-14 in the annual State Fair Classic before a crowd of 23,500 onlookers. Sophomore quarterback Johnny Hudson passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the waning seconds of the game that proved to be the margin of victory. Hudson ' s first scoring aerial was a 42-yarder to B. K. Miller that tied the score at 7-7, and the second was to Paul Hynes that shot Tech into the lead, 14-7. Tech ' s other score came when Bobby Hinton recovered Dale Hoffpauir ' s blocked punt in the end zone. Both Northwestern tallies came on passes from Larry Crowe to Jimmy Aldredge. The first was a 12-yarder in the second stanza and the final one was a beautiful 75-yard maneuver in the third period. This 42nd meeting of the two arch rivals increased Tech ' s margin over NSC to 27-14-4. GEORGE SMITH End Dickie Ruj :rs rams again st Colorado invaders. Pileup with the Orediggers. contest. FERRELL YARBROUGH Tackle i 6 6 12 13 37 nsc COLORADO The Northwestern State College Demons finally got their offensive machine in full gear and rolled to a 37-0 victory over the Colorado School of Mines hefore a Mom and Dad Day crowd of 5,000 in Demon Stadium. With Colorado All-American Vince Tesone held to a mere 33 yards rushing, the Demons scored at will to amass their largest score of the season. Dale Hoffpauir started the scoring parade late in the first period with a quarterback sneak and continued it minutes later wtih a 15-yard scoring bootleg. Second half Demon touchdowns were racked up by Raymond Eddy on an 18-yard sprint, by Jerry Didier on a 30-yard intercepted pass runback, by Chuck DeSadier on a one-yard plunge, and by Dickie Rogers on a two-yard blast. 191 ? •- ■. »•» : -rfliOP Booth snags pass against Indians Demon-Northeast action 17 7 24 nsc 6 6 7 19 NORTHEAST The Demons of Northwestern capitalized on a Northeast fumble in the last two minutes of play to come from behind and defeat the Indians, 24-19, before a howling Homecoming crowd in Demon Stadium. Jim Williams recovered t he pigskin and four plays later Ralph Conrad blasted into the end zone to pull the Demons from the brink of defeat. Northwestern scored 17 points in the first quarter on two touchdowns and Jim Griffin ' s field goal. Billy Jack Booth blocked a Northeast punt, picked up the ball, and ran 42 yards for the first counter. The second score came on a 57-yard scamper by Conrad. The Indians racked up their points on a pass from Bob Randall to Pete Covington and two short runs by Jim LeDaddio. There must be an easier way to earn a scholarship! JIMMY ALDREDGE Halfback 7 7 14 NSC 7 14 13 34 su The Southwestern Louisiana Institute Bulldogs thrilled a Homecoming crowd in Lafayette by thoroughly trouncing the NSC Demons from Natchitoches by a score of 34-14 on a cold night in November. The Demons were even colder than the weather as their only offensive uprising came in the second half when the victory was already beyond reach. The only Demon scores came on a 35-yard aerial from Dale Hoffpauir to Jimmy Aldredge and a 55-yard ramble with a blocked punt by Jerry Fowler. Southwestern scores were made by Ralph Davis on a three-yard slant, and four TD ' s by Carlton Falgout. Falgout grabbed two scoring tosses from Quarterback Dan Bridges, bulled two yards for one tally, and ran an intercepted Hoffpauir pass back 41 yards for his final marker. RAYMOND EDDY Fullback Battle with the Bulldogs from SLI Hands repaired while you wait. CLAUDE ROBERTS Center 6 7 13 NSC 7 8 11 SOUTHEASTERN C. J. Alexander, the Black Knight from South Louisiana, led the Southeastern Lions to a 15-13 season-closing victory over the NSC Demons in Natchitoches, Nov. 21. Alexander scored both touchdowns and added the two-point conversion that was the margin of victory. Northwestern ' s markers were chalked up on a 12-yard pass from Dale Hoffpauir to Raymond Eddy and a four-vard sprint by Ralph Conrad. The Demons closed the disappointing gridiron season with a 4-5-1 overall record and a 2-3 GSC slate, good enough for a third place tie. Northwestern had one bona fide All-GSC choice in end Billy Jack Booth and three second team All-GSC selections. Dale Hoffpauir. Ralph Conrad, and Jerry Didier. 193 1959-60 N. S. C. BASKETBALL Displaying the trophies that they captured during the 1959-60 basketball season is the Demon squad. Kneeling, left to right, are statistician David Knott and student manager Benny Arthur. Seated are team statistician Pat Williams, Larry Skinner, Gene Wright, Ed Hunter, and Lovick Johnson. Standing are Phillip Haley, Richard Pullig, Truitt Wedon. Jimmy Adkins, Bill Stewart, Kenneth Moran, and Coach Huey Cranford. COACH HUEY CRANFORD and CAPTAIN BILL STEWART DEMONS SEASON RESULTS NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. NSC. 194 .85 .88 .60 .82 .64 .75 .79 Nichols State Murray State Western Ky. State . Tennessee Tech . . . Middle Tennessee . East Texas Baptist . Stephen F. Austin . .62 .86 .89 .84 .67 .55 .52 CAPTURE G. C TITLE NSC 68; La. College NSC 91: David Lipscomb . . . NSC 80; Hardin-Simmons . . NSC 64; George Washington NSC 60; Eastern Kentucky . NSC 59; SLI NSC 84; Stephen F. Austin . NSC 75; Southeastern NSC 59; McNeese State NSC 78; Northeast NSC 80; East Texas Baptist . Gulf South Classic 49 NSC 80 NSC 63 NSC 51 NSC 59 NSC 66 NSC 69 NSC 61 NSC 57 NSC 67 NSC 73 79 83 72 90 68 59 69 73 78 47 Nichols State 71 La. College 70 SLI 56 La. Tech 71 Southeastern 65 Centenary 57 McNeese State 59 Northeast 61 Centenary 57 La. Tech 50 GSC Record: 8-2 Overall Record: 23-5 195 The 1959-60 Northwestern State Col- lege Demons of Coach Huey Cranford was one of the best in the annals of Demon hardwood competition. The NSC quintet recorded an overall season slate of 23-5, won the GSC title outright for the first time in eleven years, captured the Gulf South Classic for the first time, and finished the season by winning 21 out of their last 23 battles. In addition, the Demons tied with La. Tech for the " Pine Cone " cham- pionship and compiled a 14-game win- ning streak during the season. The two sharp-shooting guards from Demon- land. Gene Wright and Larry Skinner, made the All-GSC first team, while big center Truitt Weldon captured a second team berth and team captain Bill Stew- art landed on the All-GSC third team. Northwestern started the season on a somewhat sour note as they won only two of their first five games. But from that point it was " Kattie bar the door, " as NSC was the victor in 21 of the last Have no fear, Big Jim is here WIN GULF SOUTH CLASSIC You stop that! 23 struggles with a 14-game winning streak thrown in. In the Gulf South Classic before ca- pacity audiences in Shreveport, the Demons swept by three major college clubs to capture the championship. NSC plastered the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys in the first round, eased by George Washington University in the semi- finals, and posted a 60-59 spine-tingling victory over Eastern Kentucky in the finals. Demon guard Larry Skinner was a great performer throughout the tour- nament and was named to the All- Tournament team. Some high points of the season were two double overtime victories, a 50-57 squeak past McNeese and an 80-73 thriller with East Texas Baptist; a 90- 71 home court win over the La. Tech Bulldogs, in which Larry Skinner scored 32 points; and two victories over Cen- tenary. 196 r Start of the struggle DEFEAT TECH AND CENTENARY Who ' s got the ball? 198 He ' s got it! But they said basketball was a no-contact sport. AND FINISH 12th IN U P I POOL Help! Somebody cut me loose! Hunter hits again. 199 DEMON BASEBALL The 1959 diamond men of Coach Alvin " Cracker " Brown captured second place in the GSC race with a 8-6 slate and a 14-17 overall record. Outstanding performers over the season were southpaw pitcher Bobby Welch, who compiled a 5-1 GSC record and had a 7-2 overall mark to be the winning pitcher in half of the NSC wins, and slugging out- fielder Ralph Conrad who led the team in batting with a .353 mark. Both Welch and Conrad were named to the All- GSC club. Other Demon standouts were slick second sacker Mack " Dago " Knotts. strong third baseman David Sosa. and three veteran performers. Billv Jack Booth. Larry Reeves, and Kemp " Flash " Gordon. Gordon was the second leading stickman on the club with a .346 batting average. Some outstanding newcomers to the Demon nine were rookies Chuck Hines, catcher; John Fisher, outfielder; Nick D ' Amico, infielder; and Robert Perkins, outfielder. Demon baseball mentor Alvin " Cracker " Brown talks with two of his big guns, catcher " Skeeter " Sherman (left) and shortstop Billy Jadk Booth (right). Pictured below are eight members of the 1959 Demon baseball squad. They are (standing, left to right) : third baseman David Sosa, catcher Jake Sherman, first sacker Kemp Gordon, outfielder Jerry Lott, and shortstop Billy Jack Booth. Kneeling are pitchers Mackie Gomez, Billy Roy Cook. and Larry Reeves. The Big Three: First sacker Kemp " Flash " ' Gordon; ace hurler Billy Roy Cook, and shortstop Billy Jack Booth. SEASON RESULTS NSC... .... 4, Jacksonville ....13 NSC... .... 3. .... 5 NSC... .... 1; Jacksonville .... 4 NSC... Southeastern Okla .... 3 NSC... .... 5 .... 2 NSC... .... 1 Miss. State .... 2 NSC... .... , Miss. State .... 9 NSC... .... ; Northeast La .... 3 NSC... .... 1 ; Northeast La .... 6 NSC... . ... 3 LSU .... 7 NSC... . ... 16 LSU ....15 NSC... .... 6; Centenary .... 2 NSC... .... 3 Northeast La .... 2 NSC... .... 4 La. Tech .... 5 NSC... .... 4 La. Tech ....12 NSC... .... 6 McNeese .... 5 NSC... .... 4 McNeese .... 3 NSC... .... 5 Centenary ....21 NSC... .... 2 Southeastern .... 4 NSC... 3 Southeastern .... 2 NSC... .... 2 Northeast La .... 3 NSC... .... 1 Northeast La .... 4 NSC... .... 2 La. Tech .... 1 NSC... .... 3 La. College .... 2 NSC... . . . . 7 McNeese .... 4 NSC... .... 15 Southwestern .... 3 NSC... .... 5 Southwestern .... 6 NSC... .... 4 La. College ....10 NSC GSC .... 6 Southeastern . 5 record : 8-6 Overall record: 14-17 Easted i mrnament in Monroe. Action on Stroud Field. 201 1959 TRACK The 1959 Demon thinclads of Coach Walter Ledet were in a rebuilding stage after failing to capture the GSC title for the first time in six years in the year before. The North- western cindermen failed to capture a single meet, but came on with a mighty rush to nose out La. Tech for second place in the GSC meet. NSC ' s main strength lay in the field events, which were headed by Bert Heckel in the shot put and discus. Dale Hoffpauir in the javelin, and Bobby Wicker in the high jump. The outstanding track men were M. B. Childress in the hurdles and Sonny Jimes in the 440-yard dash. j(C COACH DALTER LEDET The 1959 Demon Track Squad. Front row, left to right: Sonny Jimes, Don Deen, J. M. Maricelli, Dickie Rogers, Bill Spillers, Dale Hoffpauir, M. B. Childress, Chuck DeSadier, Gerald Comeaux, Sammy Essmeier, and Ger- ald Paul. Second Row: John Dale, Bert Heck- el, Billy Thomas, Jackie Smith, Billy Haynes, Ferrell Yarbrough, Richard Pullig, Paul Rob- inson, Eddie Taylor, Wayne Olds, and Charles Ashley. Third Row: Jimmy Aldredge, Jerry Brown, Billy Calvert, Lynn Gaines, Larry Crowe, Tommy Blake, Jesse Dean, Bobby Gunn, Ray Strother, and Edgar Johnson. i i vst Tli The galloping Cindermen: Jesse Dean, Gerald Comeau x, Sonny Jimes, Tommy Blake, and Don Deen. Dale Hoffpauir, the javelin man. Mickey Murphy on the side horse GYMNASTICS During the 1958-59 season, the Demon gymnasts won five of six meets, losing only to powerful Florida State Univer- sity. Highlight of the season was winning the Junior Nation- al AAU championship in New Orleans. Other championships included the Southern AAU. the Southwestern AAU. and the Mid-South Intercollegiate Meet. Varsity lettermen were Larry Gates. Harvey Layman. Charles Stewart. Charles Partin, Doyle Ethredge. Tyrell Leach. Paul Prince, and Phillip Filiatreau. Jerry Willis served as team manager. Coach of the 1958-59 squad was Jeff Hennessy, who was serving in the absence of Mr. John Piscopo. Team captains for the year were Larry Gates and Tyrell Leach. 1959 Gymnastic Squad Members were, left to right, Wayne Beaty, Paul Jeter. Larry Gates. Charles Partin, Chester Thibodeaux. Mickey Murphy, Thurman Owens, Tedd Prudhomme, Paul Jemison, Phil Filiatreau, Mickey Cline, Norbert Trahan, Paul Prince, Jerry Ainsworth, Loyd Huval. and O ' Neal Collier. ' Mei 0 I ■■!■■ Mil Performance at the annual Home Show £ , I ' ll never make it! Larrv Gates on the rings GOLF The 1959 links team of Coach Earnest ' " Slim " Howell was the first for Northwestern in a number of years. And the Demons did quite well in collegiate competition, winning three, losing five, and tieing one match. The Demons defeated the Northeast golfers twice and posted their other win over the Mc- Neese Cowboys. Members of the golf team were Pat Williams, Kilgore, Tex.: Matt Keppinger, Natchitoches; Pat Hays, Kilgore, Tex.; Fred Maxwell, Kil- gore, Tex. ; and Benny Morgan, Springhill. The Demon Tennis Team. Standing, left t right. Bill Chamberlain, Coach Huey Cranford, Levi Thomp- son, and Charlie Bice. Kneeling are Wade Parsons and Jerry May. The Demon Golf Team. Standing, left to right, are Coach Ernest " Slim " Howell, Matt Keppinger, and Pat Williams. Kneeling are Pat Hays, Fred Maxwell, and Benny Morgan. TENNIS The NSC racket squad of Coach Huey Cranford did something during the 1959 season that no other Demon tennis team had done in 17 years. They finished second in the GSC tennis championships. GSC tennis was dominated for the sec- ond year in a row by the Mexican-com- posed McNeese State Cowboys. However, the Demons of NSC managed to win a fair share of their matches and finished the season with a 5-5 GSC mark. Northwest- ern ' s overall record was 5-9. The 1959 tennis team was made up of Bill Chamberlain, Levi " Boo " Thompson, Charlie Bice, Wade Parsons, and Jerry May. INTRAMURALS The Intramural program at Northwestern offers men a chance to participate in wholesome recreation, keen athletic competition, and good clean fun. The winner of the Intramural team trophy for the team that accumulated the largest number of points over the whole year during 1959 went to The REBELS. The indi- vidual trophy winner was Kenneth Ivy, a junior physical education major. Volleyball Champs, The Mighty Six. Left to right: Doyle Montgomery. Karl Hunt, Walter Copeland, George Mas- ters, Ronnie Montgomery, and Preston Taylor. Football Champs, The Red Raiders. Kneeling, left to right: Pete Wal- pole, Harry Pankey, Doug Brewer, David Calhoun, James Smith, and Ralph McNabb. Standing are John Holladay, Doug Gibson, Bubba Powell, Don Smith, Bobby Day, Bob Crosby, Larry Reeves, and Roger Williams. Basketball Champs, The Rebels. Standing, left to right: Gerald Kirkpatrick, Roland Las- sere, Kenneth Ivy, and Gerald Graham. Kneel- ing are Randall Johnson, Joe Sampite, and Ralph Bates. Individual trophy winner Kenneth Ivy. Softball Champs, The Wildcats. Kneeling, left to right: Ed Hunter, Roy Underwood, Bill Edwards, Ernie Armstrong, Carl Davis, and Joe Cornett. Standing are Lewis Martin, Matt Keppinger. Phillip Bacilla, Benny Fowler, Joe Davis, Cortez Bridges, Levi Thomp- son, and Jim Bruning. 207 ORGANIZATIONS ■ H ' M .s. t- ' ..„» I - jv ■ CONTENTS: Athletics Religious Scholastic Honorary EDITORS: Vv., Kay Hardin and Suzie Hutchins ■» r a •1- ■ The " N " Club is an organization of athletes whose membership consists of those men who have lettered in any one of four major sports or in any- one of the three minor sports and have been rec- ognized as winning that award through the annual " N " Club calling each spring semester. The purpose of the " N " Club is to promote in every proper and constructive way the athletic in- terest of Northwestern State College among its stu- dents, faculty, alumni, and friends ... to stimulate true Demon spirit . . . and to foster a more perfect union based upon mutual friendship and common ideals among the wearers of the " N " . Officers: Don Deen, President; Dean Smith, Secretary; Mickey Parker, Treas- urer; Jerry Pierce, Reporter. Not Pictured: Sammy Essmeir, Vice-President; Bert Heckel, Sergeant-at-Arms. k I II N " CLUB Members: Jimmy Aldredge, Octave Bernard, Tommy Blake, Jerry Brown, Douglas Burt, Larry Crow, John Dale, Don Deen, Charles Desadier, Ed Dran- guet, Jerry Fowler, Malcolm Gomez, Brookseye Gregg. Philip Haley, Billy Haynes, Louis M. Hays, Ed Hunter, Paul Hutcheson, Loyd Huval, Franky Jones, Mack Knotts, Jerry Lott, Robert Martin, Dickie Mason, Bill Menard, Mickey Mills, William B. Morgan, Wayne Olds, Mickey Parker, Earl Phillips, Jerry Pierce. Frank Pirnique, Robert Powell, Richard Pullig, Claude Roberts, Larry Skinner, Dean Smith, George Smith, Jackie Smith, William Stewart, Eddie Taylor, Robert Welch, Truitt Weldon, Gene Wright, Ferrell Yarbrough. Not Pictured: Jimmy Adkins, Benny Arthur, Ralph Conrad, Jerry Didier, Sam- my Essmeir, Doug Gibson, Lonnie Harper, Bert Heckel, Matt Keppinger, J. M. Maricelli, Johnny Wall, Jimmy Williams, Pat Williams. 210 HMNHMMI A couple of " N " Clubbers in action! EPSILON KAPPA Officers: (A) Malcolm Gomez, president; (B) Donald Smith, vice-president; (C) Billy Ray Harper, secretary; (D) John Stockstill. sgt.-at-arms; (E) Robert Powell, guide; (F) Mack Knotts, historian; Duane R. Slaughter, sponsor. Not pictured: Sammy Essmeier, treasurer. Phi Epsilon Kappa, the only national professional fraternity for male students of health, physical education and recreation, was founded at the Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union, of Indianapolis. Indiana, on April 12, 1913. With the installation of Beta Chapter at the American College of Physical Education in Chicago. Illinois, on May 7 1920, Phi Epsi- lon Kappa took the first step toward becoming a national fraternity. Alpha Pi Chapter was installed at NSC on April 28, 1951. Members: lA) Billy Booth, (B) William R. Cooke, (C) Dale Hoffpauir, (D) Kenneth Ivey, (E) John Nipper, (F) Earl Nolan, (G) Billy Thomas. Pledges: (H) Ralph Bates, (I) Jerry Fowler, (J) Charles Freeman, (K) Dick Johns- ton, (L) Henry Megison, (M) Wayne Olds, (N) Larry Skinner. Not Pictured: Kemp Gordon, Larry Reeves. William R. Sefcik. List of Faculty Members: Alvin Brown, Huey Cranford. Tynes Hildebrand, Earnest Howell, Walter Ledet. Paul Marx. Guy W. Nesom, John Piscopo. Charles F. Thomas. FLAMINGO CLUB OFFICERS MAXINE QUEYROUZE President ELLEN BAKER Vice-President BURNA DEANE HINKLEY Secretary CLARICE MORVANT Reporter .MRS. BETTY WALKER Sponsor The Flamingo Club was organized in 1938 and has presented an Aquatic Show every year since then, except for the war years, 1942-1945. The purposes of the Club are: To acquire knowledge and skill in aquatic ac- tivities. To provide an extra-curricular club for those students skilled in aquatic activities. To sponsor and participate in aquatic pro- grams on and off the campus. Members: Newton Buras, Elizabeth Cox, Delores Anne Fischer, Cleo Gremillion, Mary Harper, Mary Alice Kendrick, Jamie Mays, Perrilyn Midyett, Clarice A. Morvant, Kenneth McDaniel, Linda R. Shiver, Dorothy Weaver, Margaret Wedaman. Coneil Celles, Patricia Jackson, Burna Deane Hinkley, Ellen Baker, Maxine Queyrouze, James Watts. P. E. M. CLUB First Row. left to right: Maxine Queyrouze, Ellen Baker, Pat Bobbin, Josette Null, Clarice Morvant, Julia La Croix, Karolyn Woodward, Jackie Morris, Burna Deane Hinckley. Second Row: Pat LaCaze, Margie Worley, Mary Lou Mathews, Carolyn Boydstun, Lanell Newton, Peggy Dossman, Mary Sue Stevens, Dorothy Weaver, Jamie Mays, Patsy Brown, Nannette Rogers, Lane West, Marie Blanchard, Peggy Watson, Sue Imhoff, Gloria Dean Barnes, Jean Hall, Coneil Celles, Pat Tatum, Kay Chevalier, Connie LaBarbera, Judy Meeker. OFFICERS BURNA DEANE HINCKLEY President PAT TATUM Vice-President CLARICE MORVANT Secretary SUE IMHOFF Senior Representative LANELL NEWTON Junior Representative KAY CHEVALIER Sophomore Representative ELLEN BAKER Reporter MISS VIOLET DA VION Club Sponsor The Physical Education Majors Club con- sists of women majors and minors, faculty of the Women ' s Department and honorary mem- bers. Its purpose is to: 1. Provide closer relationship among the mem- bers. 2. Create more interest in Health and Physical Education. 3. Further professional interest. 4. Provide fun and companionship. 213 Executive Council: First Row, left to right: Bewell Combs, Clinton Blue, Glenn Wil- kins, Sidney Lee. Second Row: Pat Welch, Linda Pate, Barbara Crain, Allan Webb, Jimmy Slack, Edith Mothershed. Third Row: Dr. Marie Dunn, Mippy Mixon, Miss Myra Gulledge, Marcia Harris, the Rev. J. R. Hearron, Marie Michel, Billy Spears, Janis Evans, Donald Wilkins, June Deville, Hoyet Chance, Shirley McNeal, the Rev, Udell Smith. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union was first organized on this campus in 1927 and is sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention. It is composed of all Baptist students at Northwestern and functions to remind each student of his responsiblity to Christ, his church, and his denomination, and of his obligation as a Christian citizen to the world in which he lives. Freshman Council: First Row, left to right: Helen Cheatwood, Shirley Peevy. Second Row: Leverne Mitchel, Charles Hammons, Aline Fuselier, Douglas Harkness, Nancy Ricks, Carolyn Corley. Third Row: Elizabeth Hennigan, Aline Mays, Ruth Self. Johnny McNeil, James Clegg, John Bolin, Bobby Hughes, Joyce Behm, Freddie Fuse- lier, Bonnie Hand. ft OFFICERS BARBARA CRAIN President DR. MARIE DUNN Faculty Advisor MISS MYRA GULLEDGE Director THE REV. J. R. HEARRON Pastor Advisor THE REV. UDELL SMITH State Director Some of the members, after an interesting discussion with Father O ' Brien. The Newman Club is a national organization of Catholic students on non-Catholic campuses. Founded upon the ideals of John Henry Cardinal Newman, the purpose of the Newman Club is the Christian education of youth on secular campuses by a balanced program of social, intellectual, and religious activities. At Northwestern, the Newman Club fulfills this function by various social activities, a daily program of religious services, and a bal- anced educational program of Catholic theology, Christian Apole- getics, and Thomistic Philosophy. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS CHRIS LAFITTE President JACKI McKNIGHT Vice-President ELEANORAE RAGLEY Secretary FRANCIS DEVILLE Treasurer Regional Director CATHERINE DISTEFANO Regional Secretary Board of Governors and Officers: Chris Lafitte, President Jacki McKnight, Vice-President; Eleanorae Bagley, Secre tary; Francis Deville, Treasurer and Regional Director Catherine Distefano, Regional Secretary; Gilbert Acosta Ed Ansardi, Cecil May, Anne Turner, Nancy Martin, Mar vin LaCour, Wiley Osborne. Not Pictured: Tom and Har riet Palma, Patrick Vidrine, Murphy Belgard. CANTERBURY CLUB Members: Gayle Cogburn, Freddie Bosarge, Richard Culpepper, Norma Jean Corson, Georgia Ann Bailes, Burton Howard, Carolyn Kearney, Frances Leach, Kay Mcintosh, Carolyn Mor- gan, Doris Potmesil, Bertha Stott, Sue Sullivan, Tommy St. Dizier. Not pictured: Patricia Allen, James Boyd, William Winterrowd. A?h 1m The Canterbury Club is an organization for all Episcopal students on this campus. The purpose of this club is to develop and guide the spiritual life of the students. This is accomplished through discussion, study, wor- ship, recreation, and communion service. The activities of the Canterbury Club consist of mid-Winter College Conference, Youth Fel- lowship, and an All College Conference. OFFICERS FRANCES LEACH President BURTON HOWARD Vice-President CAROLYN KEARNEY Secretary-Treasurer WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP The Westminster Fellowship is the organi- zation of the Presbyterian Church established at colleges and universities for the purpose of stimulating strong Christian ties by offering experiences and training in worship, recreation, study, and social fellowship to its members. The Westminster Fellowship is the Presby- terian Church on the college campus. OFFICERS RITA BLANCHARD Moderator MARY LOU MATTHEWS Junior Representative Members Rita Blanchard, Moderator; Mary Lou Matthews, Junior Representative; George Harrison, Jerry Brown, Bob Reeves, Sara Smith, Benny Brady. 216 The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Student Movement on the State College and University Campuses. Its purpose is to serve as a " home away from home " , and to offer through group worship, study, and activity, opportunity for growth in Christian living. The council members who appear on this page guide the program of the Wesley Foundation. Council Members, First Row: Glenda Walters, David Cole, Donny Payne, Bob McAllister. Second Row: T. Nunez, Carolyn Roberts. Barbara Hollis. Sarah Ruth Oliver, Annie Suggs. Third Row: Peggy Robinson, Ronald " Smokey " Johnson, Jesse Bergeron, Betty Kelley, Lavon Gray. WESLEY Members. First Row: Barbara Hollis, Helen West, Mary Wissing, Glenda Wal- ters, Judy Gail White, Peggy Robinson, Betty Kelley. Second Row: Judy Meeker, Bonnie Wineinger, Sandra Folse, Ann Woodard, Jamie Mays, Clydell Davenport, Lillian Dupree. Third Row: Bob McAllister, Jody Anne Gainer, Brenda Bridges, Aliene Hennigan, Ruth Strozier, Lavon Gray, Sarah Ruth Oliver, Annie Suggs. Fourth Row: Jesse Bergeron, Jimmy Scruggs, Donnie Payne, Nancy Leiby, Carolyn Roberts, Glenn Robinson, Ronald " Smokey " Johnson. Fifth Row: Ronald Blount, Billy W. Fowler, David J. Cole, Allen Doughty, Tommy Nunez, Gay Lantrip. FOUNDATION THE DESERET CLUB Members: Bibbit Ainsworth, Jerry Ainsworth, LaVerle Allen, Olaus Conner. Kenneth Dutile, Norma Gurden, Glen Hardv, Marjorie Johnson, Kenneth Moran, Gerald Paul, Jimmy Pierce, Mike Slay, Mack Wagley. OFFICERS NORMA DEAN GURDEN President JERRY AINSWORTH Vice-President BIBBIT AINSWORTH Secretary-Treasurer MARJORIE JOHNSON Historian DR. ABEL JOHN PETERSON Sponsor The Deseret Club at Northwestern State Col- lege was founded in 1958-59 by Elder Charles H. Ainsworth, a Junior majoring in Social Sci- ence, and Miss Agnes Clark, a professor of Li- brary Science. The Club is sponsored by the Educational De- partment of Brigham Young University under the direction of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The objectives of the Deseret Clubs throughout the country are: 1. To encourage association among students of the Church. 2. To build and retain faith in the Church and its leaders. 3. To provide opportunity for social and spirit- ual development in an atmosphere in har- mony with the standards of the Church. To join the Deseret Club, one needn ' t be a member of the Latter Day Saint Church. Visitors are invited to attend the meetings which are held at 114 Boyd Street each Monday night at 6:00 P.M. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Chartered on the Northwestern campus in 1953, the V. L. Roy Chapter of Student Nation- al Educational Association has a current mem- bership of sixty-eight members. Our organiza- tion is affiliated with the National Education Association and the Louisiana Education As- sociation. Its purpose and functions are the same as those of these parent organizations. Membership is open to any Northwestern State College student who plans to make teaching his life ' s work. OFFICERS GATHA McINNIS President NELL CAMPBELL Vice-President PATSY SANDERS Secretary JIMMY STOCKARD Treasurer WANDA LAWRENCE Reporter HELEN SORRELL Publicity Chairman CAROLYN ROBERTS Social Chairman Members: Lucie Raye Barillier, Jimmy Becken, Tressa Berwick, 0. E. Billingsley, Mrs. O. E. Billingsley, Rita Blanchard. Herbert Bradford, Irene Brandon, Eloise Bundrick, Frances Campbell, Nell Campbell, Wanda Christian. Melba Conlay, Maurice J. Cooley, John Cotton. Carol June Davison, Elwood Dyess, Mrs. Elizabeth Dyson, Jean Early. Barbara Foster. Doris J. Graham, Robie Grappe, Aline Hennigan, Bettie Hillman, Brian Hines. Carolyn Kearney, Linda Law, Wanda Lawrence, Nancy Lindsay, Glen Mangham, Mary Manitzas, Marie Martin, Gatha Mclnnis, Glenda F. McRae, Nancy Jo Melroy. Mrs. Elouise Michal, Blanche Miller, Juanita Miller, Sandra Morgan. Mahlon Murphy, Yvonne Nettles. Beverly Norman, Laurali e Normand, Lou Normand, Vernon Nugent, Linda Pate. Ann Patrick. W. Ann Purch. Dorothy O ' Glee, Doris Richard, Faye Richards. Sue Lynn Robertson, Carolyn Roberts, Donald Robin- son, Peggy Jo Robinson, France- Ross, Patsy Sanders, Ruth Strozier, Lonnie Simpson, Helen Sorrell, James Stockard, Bertha Stott, Sarah Thurmond, Clarine Trapp, Ruby Trevil- lion, Valerie Walker, Sue Weir, Norma Lea Welch. 218 Officers: First Row, left to right: David Jackson, Treasurer; Harold Flurry, President ; David Hardin, Vice-President ; Lee Thiel, Executive Alumni Secretary. Second Row: Ken Hendrickson, Warden ; Gil Acosta, Historian ; Mickey Lewis, Secretary ; Dr. Torgrimson, Sponsor. Gamma Rho Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America was founded on the NSC campus May 28, 1941. The aims of this national professional music fraternity are as fol- lows: to advance the cause of music in America; to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music; to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members; to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Gamma Rho realized these aims by giving an Ail-American Concert jointly with Sigma Alpha Iota, by touring and presenting concerts in high schools around the state, and by actively working toward the common goal of furthering the cause of music. PHI MU ALPHA Members. First Row, left to right: " Frenchy " Vidrine, Allen Swilley, Ken Hendrickson, Lee Theil, Dr. Paul Torgrimson, Jack Brossette. Second Row: Dr. Joseph Carlucci, George Gilcrease, David Jackson, David Hardin, Harold Flurry, Gil Acosta, Mickey Lewis. Linda Johnson, Miss Beville, Janice Neely, Betsy May, pledges and sponsor. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota is a professional music fraternity for women. It was founded June 12, 1903, at the University School of Music in Ann Arbor. Michigan. Requirements for membership for college students include a major in music and excellence in scholarship and musical ability. The overall purpose of Sigma Alpha Iota is to advance music in America. The individual purposes of each member are best expressed in the Sigma Alpha Iota Symphony: To study and practice the goodness of life the beauty of art, the meaning of music. To sing the song of sincerity and universal peace. To speak the words that build, that bless and comfort. To play the harpstrings of lovingkindness, tolerance, ap- preciation, and genuine gratitude. To strive for the joy of simplicity, for the noble, to be faithful over a few things. To listen, to be still, and to know the harmony from within. To falter never in seeking loving service, wisdom, and understanding. In a word, to be loyal to Sigma Alpha Iota and her teach- ings; to find joy, hope, inspiration; to remember that " every good gift and every perfect gift is from above " and " whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord and not unto men. " And again, to practice. This is to be our Symphony. Esther Requarth, Nu Officers: Edwina Thedford, President; Linda Cato, Vice- President; Sarah Oliver, Corresponding Secretary: Kath- leen Gallaspy, Recording Secretary: Sandra Hash. Treas- urer: Nedwyn Norsworthy. Chaplain; Jerry Rice, Report- er; Murray Jean Wannamaker. Editor; Miss May Beville, Facullv Sponsor. 220 EUTHENICS CLUB Members: Reba Anderson, Jeanne Andrepont, Janelle Anthony, Georgia Ann Bailes, Barbara Beebe, Jennie Beltz, Henrietta Bordelon, Sue Boyet, Anna Marie Broussard, Gloria Burrows, Lynn Compton, Carolyn Corley, Doris Cranford, June Deville, Wanda Dowden, Gaynell Du- mas, Sarah Ferguson, Betty Lou Fletcher, Aline Fuselier, LaVon Gray, Sandra Green, Maxine Hattaway, Elizabeth Hennigan, Dolores Herrington, Ann Hollenbeck, Barbara Hollis, Brenda Holmes, Judy Horton, Addie Huckaby, Johanna Hulls, JoEllen Jamison, Marjorie Johnson, Betty Kelley, Margaret Knotts, Ollie Jo Landrum, Kay Mcintosh, Frances Madden, Aline Mayes, Janice Miller, Jo Nettles, Carolyn Pankey, Tommie Raley, Nelda Rigdon, Cubie Rivers, Carolyn Roberts, Jo Nell Rogers, Melba Rogers, Bonnie Rolling, Elizabeth Royston, Janet Sharp, Patricia Speginer, Leah Storey, LaRue Taylor, Elizabeth Thacker, Anita Thedford, LaVerne Thompson, Mary Walker, LaVette Ward, Sylvia Watley, Margaret Weda- man, Annette Westbrook, Shirley Wiggins, Martha Wright. OFFICERS BRENDA HOLMES President MARY WALKER 1st Vice-President L.aVON GRAY 2nd Vice-President LaVERNE THOMPSON Secretary JOHANNA HULLS Treasurer CAROLYN ROBERTS Parliamentarian JANICE MILLER Reporter BRENDA HOLMES State Officer The Euthenics Club of Northwestern State College was organized in 1926. It is a profes- sional organization for home economics ma- jors. Its purposes are: to promote professional spirit and cooperation; to foster sociability; to develop culture; to promote scholarship; and to develop leadership. The motto is: " We believe in minds that think, hearts that love, and hands that work. " INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OFFICERS BOB KENDRICK President KENNETH JORDAN Vice-President DONNY PAYNE Secretary TOMMY PILCHER Treasurer ALLEN DOUGHTY Reporter The Industrial Arts Club is open to all ma- jors and minors in industrial education. The purposes of the club are to foster and promote the development of industrial education in Louisiana; to promote and facilitate social and professional activities for its membership; and to develop an active interest in the industrial development of Louisiana. The activities of the club this year encom- passed such things as float making, monthly meetings, and a spring industrial tour to Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Members: First row, left to right: Bob Kendrick, Donny Payne, Tommy Pilcher, Kenneth Jordan, Allen Doughty. Second row: Mr. W. Weffenstette, Carl Carrigan, Sonny Barnes, Donald Mullins, Johnny Falcon, Charles McKenzie, Chris Laffitte. Third row: Tommy Duna- gan, Al Monroe, Walter Copeland, Charles Dumas, Arthur Grice, Floyd Byrd. 221 Alpha Psi Omega is the largest national honorary fraternity for college dramatics in the nation. Northwestern ' s Delta Eta Cast, or chapter, was rec- ognized in 1953. The purpose of Alpha Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic activities on the campus, to se- cure for the college the advantages provided by a large national honorary society, and to serve as a reward for students doing outstanding work on college productions. Election to membership in this fraternity is the highest honor which can be be- stowed in the field of theatre at Northwestern. Oh, so you don ' t think we ' re witches, hunh??? ALPHA PSI OMEGA I hate cats! Officers: Kenneth Lantz, President; Nancy Davis, Record- ing Secretary; James Walker, Treasurer; Michel LeLong, Historian; Dr. Outland, Sponsor. Not Pictured: Gerald Gordon, Vice-President ; Marie Jeanne Swann, Correspond- ing Secretary. Beta Beta Beta is a society for students of the biological sciences. It emphasized a three-fold program: Stimulation of sound scholar- ship, dissemination of scientific knowledge and promotion of bio- logical research. Beta Beta Beta was founded at Oklahoma City University in 1922. Begun at Northwestern State College as a local organization. Beta Phi Alpha, it became Delta Theta Chapter of Beta Beta Beta in 1949. BETA BETA BETA Members: Tommy Arthur, Clinton Blue, Kitty Brown, Harold Clark, Carolyn Leach, Billy Coney, Nancy D avis, Anne Dordan, Linda Fedd, Allen German, Sandra Glover, Patsy Goldsby, James Walker, Marilyn Stewart, Fred Rowzee, Gerald Gordon, Samuel Gray, George Krumm, Kenneth Lantz, Harold Cleve- land, John Lindsly, Michel LeLong, Jack Parker, Mary Frances Easley, Don Rucker, William Spillers, Marie Stafford, Marie Jeanne Swann, Hsing Hua Chang, Mr. Combs, Dr. Young, Dr. Ware, Dr. Outland, Dr. Erwin, Dr. Bein- venu, Jim Hyde, Eleanorae Bagley, Herbert Roach, Suzzane Goodson, Linda Kile, Claudine Mays, Bobby Slack, Lewis Watts, Edna Wise. BACTERIOLOGY CLUB Officers: Anne Dordan, President; Joan Hines, Vice-Presi- dent; Marilyn Stewart, Secretary; Billie Slatten, Treasur- er; Jimmy Hyde, Reporter. Members: William Brundage, Anne Dordan, Joan Hines, George Krumm, Billie Slatten, Marilyn Stewart, Jack Parker, James Hyde, Sam Gray, Donald Rucker, Varley Young, Hsing Hua Chang, Dr. Bienvenu. Not Pictured: Galen Baileyi, William Cain, Jerry Lantz, James Walker, Fred Rowzee, Danny Phillips, David Peery, Ben Brown, Mary Lee Gibson, Dr. Outland. The Bacteriology Club was organized in April, 1958, with Dr. Rene J. Bienvenu serving as sponsor. The membership consists of graduate and undergraduate students majoring or minoring in the field of Bacteriology. The club is an educational organization which features guest speakers and presentation of student papers of current interest in the field of Bacteriology. The addition of this curriculum is indicative of the progressive nature of the Department of Biologi- cal Sciences at Northwestern State College. Members: Dot Wallen, Carolyn Woodward, Beth Allen, Suzy Alost, Mickey Shiver, Lenora Cobb, Anna Vaughn Leach, Elmer Hermes, Stanley Sacovitch, Marco Celottio, Bruce Forman, Orie Williams, Wayne Clemm, Orville Hanchey. KAPPA PI Kappa Pi, the oldest honorary art fraternity among the colleges today, was founded in the year 1911, at the University of Kentucky. The purposes of Kappa Pi are: to promote art interest among col- lege students; to bring art departments of various colleges closer together through its activities; to know the work of other students through the ex- hibits and the SKETCH BOOK; to stimulate higher scholarship; and to recognize potential and profes- sional ability. The SKETCH BOOK offers the mem- bers of Kappa Pi the chance to see their art work and their written features in print. Art contests are conducted by the SKETCH BOOK at intervals. Conventions are held bi-annually, at which mem- bers become acquainted with their officer leaders. While we consider art majors in the upper class- men section first, art minors and under classmen may be considered for membership, and accepted upon recommendation of their sponsor. One must have at least twelve hours of art and a " B " average in those art classes to become a member. Officers: Orie Williams, President; Suzy Alost, Vice-President; Mickey Shiver, Secretary; Lenora Cobb, Treasurer; G. F. Kenner, Sponsor. Officers: Marietta Hammock, President; Billie Joiner, Vice- President; Bill Nichols, Parliamentarian; Judy Hammonds, Corresponding Secretary; Gloria Wright, Recording Secre- tary; Barbara Shaver, Treasurer; Lenora Woolley, National Secretary. ALPHA BETA ALPHA Alpha Beta Alpha had its beginning at a banquet on the campus of Northwestern State College of Louisiana on October 30, 1945. Forty-one library science students and librarians, and several digni- taries attended. At this banquet-meeting there was considerable dis- cussion of the need for a nationwide organization for undergraduate library science students — a professional fraternity. Out of this dis- cussion grew the establishment, on January 17, 1946, of the North- western State College Library Club, which was later renamed the Scharlie E. Russell Library Club. On May 3, 1950. the members of the club decided that the time had come to establish a nationwide organization; they established Alpha Beta Alpha, the first national, coeducational, undergraduate Library Science Fraternity in the United States. Today there are twenty chapters scattered throughout the United States. Members: Dixie Barker, Billie Gough, Marietta Hammock, Judy Hammond, Gerry Haworth, Billie Joiner, Bill Nichols, Mary Ann Schafer, Barbara Shaver, Helen Sorrell, William Thompson, Shirley Tassin, Lenora Woolley, Gloria Wright. First Row: Vance Holloway, Frances Leach, Inez Towry, Gave Clark, Theodora Croom, James Griffith. Second Row: Charles Johnson, Mary Mosley, Mark Newton, Sarah Thurmond, Perry Thompson, Robert Turner. Third Row: Barron Wells, Doyle Williams, Bobby Jackson, Eddy Johnson, Truitt Plunkett, William Crews. Not Pictured: Ted Jones. PI OMEGA PI Northwestern State College ' s Honorary Business Fraternity, the Alpha Nu Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, is organized for the purpose of establishing and maintaining the ideals of scholar- ship, progress, service, and high ethical standards in business and professional life. Those preparing to enter the various phases of the business world are greatly aided by the con- structive social and educational activities of the organization. The aim of Pi Omega Pi is to promote loyalty, service, and progress and to aid in civic betterment in our college. Officers: Jerry G. Wise, Vice-President; Darlyne Rodgers, Secretary; Pat Welch, Treasurer; Billy Muse, Reporter; Barbara Brown, Chaplain. Not Pictured: James E. Williams, President. fc i STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATION The Northwestern Student Nurse Association is a unit of the National Student Nurse Association and the Louisiana Association of Student Nurses. Its membership is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior students in nursing in the Baton Rouge and Shreveport clinical divisions. The Division organization also serves as the local student government struc- ture. Two junior students were elected to office in the State Asso- ciation for the year 1959-60. They are Jeanette Reames, re- cording secretary, and Phyllis Brewer, treasurer. The officers of the Shreveport Division are: Martha Fletcher, President; Helen Sebren Jordan, Vice-President; Mitzi McLean, Secretary; Carrie Nell Knighton, Treasurer; Mary Lynn Miller, Parliamentarian; Kenneth Sullivan, Reporter. Students from both the Baton Rouge and Shreveport Clinical campuses move to the Pineville division for a twelve-week period during the Junior year for part of their instructional program. Temporary officers are elected by each group. The officers of the Baton Rouge chapter organization are: Suzanne Alfonso, president; Merrilyn Bernard, vice-president; Virginia Brown, secre- tary; Betty Rogers, treasurer; Ellienne Todd, reporter. 229 Members: Dot Almgren, Phillip Bacilla, Barney Brecheen, Marchia Fincher, Patsy Gladden, Roy Holland, Jolene Johnson, Kerry Bradford, Jackie Morris, Richard Norred, Fred Prussak, Bill Rambin, John Hazelton, Windy Harmon, Hope Swafford, Marietta Hammock. Not Pictured: Leon Brown, Jerry Sanders. DAVIS PLAYERS Officers: Bill Rambin, President; Roy Holland, 1st Vice-President; Patsy Glad- den, Recording Secretary; Jolene Johnson, Corresponding Secretary; Phillip Bacilla, House Manager. Not Pictured: Kerry Kelley, Treasurer; Leon Brown, Press Reporter. Davis Players is the oldest dramatic organization on the campus and it strives to develop talent, culti- vate a taste for the best in drama, and foster the cultural values which dramatics develops. All stu- dents are encouraged to participate in College Theatre and through this work membership re- quirements are fulfilled. After becoming a member, letters are awarded to those whose achievement double those required for admission to the club. At the Davis Players ' Luncheon, acting awards are presented annually for the best performances dur- ing the season as well as the most valuable crew member award. These awards, named after Dr. Edna West, are called the " Ednas. " 230 Student Members: Phyllis Brewer, Jerry M. Conerly, Stella H. Craig, Lesli Michelle Drane, Dock E. Dunn, Marcia Fincher, Ada Lynn Hightower, Venita Ann Higgs, Brenda Frances Holmes, Diane Sue Imhoff, Billie Irene Joiner, Kenneth Earl Lantz, Michel George Lelong, Mrs. Elouise C. Michal, William Van Muse, Carson Louis Nealy, Carolyn Arlean Penney, Elissa Earle Reid. Frances Darlyne Rogers, Mary Elizabeth Sanders, Sarah Lynn Thurmond, Murray Jean Wannamaker, Barron Wade Wells, Doyle Zane Williams, Mollie Ann Williams. Not Pictured: Lois Jean Stehling, Mrs. Rose Yvonne Temple. PH KAPPA PHI MEMBERS Dr. Leo Albritton Miss Clio Allen Dr. Colleen Bennett Dr. William F. Beyer Dr. Joseph Carlucci Miss Miriam Carver Mrs. Alice Chopin Dr. Elsie Church Miss Estelle Cockfield Miss Dorothy Cohen Miss Daisy Cox Dr. Alan H. Crosby Mr. E. B. Doering Dr. C. E. Dugdale Dr. Waldo Dunnington Dr. W. G. Erwin Miss Hope Haupt Miss Puline Johnson Dr. John S. Kyser Mrs. Thelma Kyser Miss Eve Mouton Dr. Dick Payne Dr. Yvonne Phillips Miss Mary Robson Mrs. Eols Rooks Dr. Frederick Rosentreter Mrs. Margaret Steele Miss Irma Stockwell Dr. George Stokes Dr. James Sublette Mr. Hal Townsend Dr. George Ware Dr. Eugene Watson Mrs. Mary Weller Dr. Edna West Miss Catherine Winters Mrs. H. L. Whittington Mrs. Mattie Woodward First Row: George Ware, Mattie Woodward, Edna West, Mary Weller, Irma Stockwell, Dick Payne. Second Row: Waldo Dunnington, C. E. Dugdale, Fred Rosentretej, John S. Kyser, W. G. Erwin, George Stokes, Alan Crosby. fc L Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary professional so- ciety for teachers and prospective teachers. The pur- pose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high pro- fessional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to educa- tion. To this end it invites to membership such persons as exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship. It endeavors to maintain a high degree of profes- sional fellowship among its members and to quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational work. There are one hundred and ninety-four institu- tional chapters. These are found in forty-five states and the District of Columbia. Since the Society was organized in 1911, approximately 110,000 members have been initiated. Gamma Phi Chapter was begun on the North- western State College Campus on May 11, 1934. Dr. W. F. Beyer is serving as counselor. Officers: Marcia Fincher, President; Marie Stafford, Vice-President; Judy Pullen, Secretary; Elissa Reid, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Wilma Phillips, His- torian. KAPPA DELTA PI Student Members: Jeanne Andrepont, Barbara Brown, Marcia Fincher, Harold S. Flurry, Judy E. Pullen, Elissa E. Reid, Marie C. Stafford, John Vermaelen. Not Pictured: Wilma Phillips. Other Members: Mrs. Margaret Ackel, Grace E. Aiken, Dr. Leo Albritton, Mrs. Mildred Bell, Dr. W. F. Beyer, Ruby Bogan, Betty Bradshaw, Emma Jean Bradshaw, Irma Bullock, William J. Bullock, Mr. Cecile C. Burkette, Mrs. Helen F. Burnette, Mrs. Lora W. Buter, Mrs. Norine Canerday, Helen M. Cookston, Lennie Fay Davis, Peggy Jo Duke, Dorothy L. Duncan, Margie Dyck, Mary L. Ferguson, Dr. Leonard Fowler, Mrs. Mildred Fowler, Frank S. Fragala, Mrs. Ada Gimbert, Gerald H. Graham, Mary E. Gunning, Marilyn Haley, Marilyn Hargrove, Lela Mae Harlan, Miss Jimmie Johnson, Glenda L. Jones, Mrs. Jewel B. Jones, Dr. John A. Jones, Mrs. Inez Kirk, Etta Mae Martin, Melva J. Martinez, Willa Dean Mayes, Suzanne S. Middleton, Ethelyn S. Millar, Marguerite W. Miller. 0. Gail Mitchell, Dr. Ray McCoy, Deward J. McDonough, Mrs. Elizabeth McNew, Barbara Jean Naylor, Frank R. Newton, Cherry O ' Daniel, Ethel T. Parker, Joe Parker, Frances Pearce, Mrs. Dolie R. Pearson, Ernest D. Peterson, Jane T. Peterson, Mary D. Rabb, Mrs. Dorothy C. Rachal, Elizabeth C. Reid, Mary Esther Roberson, Rachal Roberts, Dr. Walter J. Robinson, Mary S. Robson, Virginia M. Rogers, Lorie Self, Dr. L. R. Simmons, Billie M. Stephens, Addie Thompson, Mrs. Mary Jane Walker, Juanita Wall. Dr. Eugene Watson, Mrs. Olga J. Webber, Mrs. Mattie T. Woodward, Madelyn M. Young. 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Our pictures could never have been submitted in such volume or with such outstanding quality without the able management of Mr. " Red " Henni- gan, et. al. A special vote of thanks to Larry Morrison, a superb photo- grapher and devoted worker. Many of the 1960 shots are a result of Larry ' s unending vigilance. The professional touch of Joe Urbach can be felt when one observes the character of the personality pictures. Regardless of time or place, Joe was ready and on call at our disposal. Our unending appreciation to " Doc " Marx, our Great White Father, with- out whose contributions this book would have been lost. Finally, a humble and heartfelt " Thank you " to the Faculty, staff and stu- dent body for their patience and timely considerations — both physical and spiritual. With these constituents in mind, we therefore present to you, the 1960 Potpourri. Sincerely yours, Frank, Buddy, and Kevin 243 zAtu to a rap hi Design, printed, and bound by BENSON PRINTING CO., Nashville, Tenn. 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