Northwestern State University - Potpourri Yearbook (Natchitoches, LA)

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i ■ i . ! I ;8M 1BVI • ' m. Ufe, • » ■ V 7$ ? % • m r ' -, ' --T aifJafe- -xi s riji VJU ftteU..: ' ■ .V t M fe wpssr - - •• ». i « - fMC ' it. ' frVgu -• FEATURES-28 ACTIVITIES-52 GREEKS-82 ATHLETICS-106 MILITARY-128 ORGANIZATIONS-13 6 ACADEMIC-166 CLASSES-177 NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE eittti TO CHE S • LA LEE THIEU Editor ■ GLORIA (KANE, Associate Editor ■ TOM NASH, Business Manager c= U a (Jteat Jjit to be a watt o ' t we ietu Northwestern State College! Not the largesl school, nor the most expensive. But for friendship and downright congeniality, you can ' t beat it. i the following pages of thi book, you can see what we ' re talking aboul l going through a typical day at NSC. Yes, it truK i- " a great life " ! jf No one can describe a day at Northwestern, for the Day is forever changing throughout the year. It goes around the clock, never actual 1 coming to a close. in iu itevet-euJLuta e wta Whether classes begin at eight or eleven o ' clock, there is an inevitable " mad rush " to begin the Day. Some students must be taught, and others must teach to learn. t ii k to sL a e tit e mi id- The Day would not be right without a stop in at the Fiehlhouse for coffee and conversation. This is also the time to check for mail, scan quickly over a letter, or chat with a friend. WlOtULtt t tea Mealtime is the one time of the Day when the students get together — on both sides of the dining hall counter. Of course, not all meals come from the dining hall! avi t etuacm te Til BgffiMtt- ' ' " ! " •- — - ' w ■IeSS MM P " £ i ™ Z PH V ' % n, ba! B T fc ■ • jB»!i ■it t.. Mm., mtr WmWmWBmKk ' 1 . :x_. , , ■ m - • s ait eiMttc Although classes must continue, and the wheel of activities must keep turning, afternoon at NSC seems always to he the time of the Day to slow things clown. This, however, may mean anything from a short nap to engaging in some intramural sport. (lit i Participation is well-known at Northwestern, whether it be in sports, politics, special events, or just simply get-togethers. " Participation " includes the faculty members as well as the students — a rare bond in todays colleges. evcuiua a atticwatiovi, allowed bu Artist Series entertainers such as the fabulous Limeliters were only a part of the regular nocturnal activities. With varied concerts, plays, frosh activities formals, and parties to keep the undergrad occupied, he sometimes wonders if the Day will end. tlte C veut veuu o e claHtia JLau. m w 1 i And yet, has the Day ended? Far into the night, activities will continue to function until a new Day will break . . . presenting Northwestern State College. u J Vattlt t we Letu: I ■ i IN TRIBUTE TO P MR. JOHN SMITH For nearly a decade, the Northwestern State College bus has been guided over many thousands of miles of highway by a short, middle-aged man. He is known by — or has come into contact with — virtually every student on campus who goes anywhere on the familiar Demon Bus. He possesses an attitude that is terse and to the point, and he is not afraid to tell you what he thinks. Yet, he is well-liked by all who approach him. He is known to have more school spirit than most students. Whether there is one or one thousand Demon supporters backing our teams, he is there to cheer them on. In many cases in past years — when the cheerleaders were unable to accompany the teams on trips — it was not an un- common sight to see him leading the spectators in cheers. Often, his appearance with the cheerleaders seemed to put added life into the Demon supporters. Whether the group be athletic, debate, chorus, or just Northwestern students, he always possesses that seemingly serious but jocular spirit while he escorts them. For very obvious reasons, we of the 1062 Potpourri staff dedicate this annual to Mr. John Smith. M t S - A » m ; , VM : , ' $CV. ». U Kr ' •■ «w . A MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT KYSER Over the years, the Potpourri has recorded the activities and spirit of our college. It reveals many of our basic com- mon interests and purposes. It can always help to show us a pattern of emphasis, and provide opportunity for reflection. Never have the opportunities for growth and enrichment of individuals in colleges been so great. The very abun- dance of subject matter wares displayed in curricula, how- ever, demands the exercise of caution, evaluation, and selec- tion. In a world where the individual ' s time contracts with the expansion of opportunity, knowledge and wisdom ac- quire a new priority. Despite all of the changes in environment, the human spirit must be nourished as of old. For most of humanity, there is no substitute for family and friends, for vital inter- ests and imagination, for knowledge and values that promote the growth of insight and compassion. The ennoblement of men and women in all ages demands the identification and pursuit of values beyond compromise. Working together, first as men and women of good will, and next as collegians, may we at Northwestern State College help one another to experience the growth that has been meaningful throughout the ages. fe l ziht Q lA % V Mr V I w FEA TUBES c 30.- MR. N. S. C. ROLAND Mc KNEEL THE LADY OF THE BRACELET llvliss f- at L ooper Pat Cooper, a freshman Chemistry major from Shreve- port, was named this year ' s " Lady of the Bracelet " after winning out over an original number of fifty-seven girls. In the annual " Ladv of the Bracelet " Pageant, held Decem- ber 15 in the Fine Arts Auditorium, thirty semi-finalists vied lor the litle. I he girls nominated by all dormitories on campus ap- peared in a preliminary judging to determine the thirty semifinalists. Mr. Curtis Guillett, Mr. Joe Uhrbach and Mr. Norm Fletcher, all of Natchitoches, served as preliminary judges. The L962 POTPOURRI, sponsor of the " Lady of the Brace- let Pageant, chose three out-of-town judges for the final event. They were: Mr. John L. McConnell, a realtor in Alexandria: Miss Patsy Griffin, a member of the Centenary College English faculty in Shreveport; and Mr. Cy Spicer, a member of the news staff of KTAL-TV in Shreveport. Ii s Cooper and the seven runners-up. as picked, are pic- tured on the following pages. 3 1 MISS PEGGY WATSON MISS JO YE FAYE VALLERY re-c MISS J AN IS PAUL 1 MISS JAN WILLIAMS MISS CLOTILE NATTIN MISS SUSAN ALLEN MISS LINDA FIELDER ' LADY OF THE BRACELET SEMI-FINALISTS Miss Susan Allen Miss Charlotte Mc.Calla Miss Peggy Arwood Miss Rita McInnis Miss Charlotte Beebe Miss Clotile Nattin Miss Georgia Blair Miss Dottie Buckner Miss Judy O ' Donnell Miss Janis Paul Miss Pat Cooper Miss Connie Pence Miss Barbara Dean Miss Linda Fielder Miss -Ann Powers Miss Gloria Purcell Miss Mary Finch Miss Frances Storey Miss Polly Ford Miss Wilma Lee Hunt Miss Leah Storey Miss Joye Fa ye Vallery Miss Janis Jefferson Miss Topper Watkins Miss Rowanne Johnson Miss Peggy Watson Miss Mary Lou Lilly Miss Jan Williams Miss Patsy Lowderback Miss Nancilee Yeates Murphy Belgard A Math major from Deville, Murphy has been on the Honor Roll every seme ster since he enrolled as a freshman. In 1961. he was elected president of the Newman Club. HALL Barbara Foster Barbara was active as vice-president of the A.W.S. this year. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, she also served as a member of the Judiciary Board. She held both local and state offices in the Student Louisiana Teachers Association. Peggy Browne A senior who shows versatility by the organizations of which she is a member. Peggy was active in the A. W. S., Kappa Delta Pi. Student Louisiana Teachers Asso- ciation, the 1961 Potpourri staff. Demon- ettes, and Purple Jackets. OF FAME Kathleen Gallaspy This Music major was a member of Sig- ma Alpha Iota. Phi Kappa Phi. and Kappa Delta Pi. In 1961, she was elected Most Talented in the 196] Potpourri Court. She was most active as accompanist for the N.S.C. Chorus. Jon V V 111 l.l.S member f the Euthenics Club, Phi Kappa Phi, . . .. Kappa Delta Pi, Pur- pie Jackets, and i in.t i ma Sigma so- rority, Johanna was an officer main times over in these organizations. Sin- was a member of the I 961 Potpourri I " in i. and holds mam oihcr awards. Aline l v es Mine worked heavil) wiili the Baptist Student I nion, being a membei of both the Freshman and Executive Councils. s li - was also a member of Kappa I )elta I ' i. the Euthenics Club, and the Purple Jackets. wa John Mays John was well-known in ROTC. where he was Battle Group Commander and vice- president of the Association of the U.S. Army. Tapped into the Blue Key in his jun ior year, he served in the capacity of president this year. Lee Thiel A member and officer in four organi- zations — Tau Kappa Epsilon. the Inter- fraternity Council, Phi Mu Alpha, and Blue Key — Lee is also a member of Pi Omega Pi. He was editor of the 1962 Potpourri. HALL OF Dorothy Wallen Being nominated for Miss N.S.C. proved this Nashville, Tennessee, senior ' s popu- larity A member and officer in Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. I.A.W.S., Purple Jackets. A.W.S., and Kappa Pi, she was also editor of the 1961 POTPOURRI. In 1%1. she was elected Miss Potpourri. Truitt Weldon Truitt was one of the best-liked athletes at Northwestern because of his magnetic personality. A four-year letterman on the Demon basketball squad, he was consist- ently a spark to his teams success on the c ourt. FAME Glenn Wilkins Having ser cd a president and vice- presidenl of the Baptist Studenl I nion, Glenn worked hard in tin- held, holding membership op both tin- Freshman and Executive Councils. He was a member ol Blue Kr in hi junior and senior years. J] i;uy Willis Active in social fraternitj work, Jerrj was treasurer and president " I Pi k.i| |M Phi, a well as holding everj office at one time r another in the I.F.C. Wf worked two years with the Gymnastic Team, and was nominated foi Mr. N.S. Members of the Potpourri Coirt. Left to Right: Peggy Monkhouse, Bonnie Richardson, Donna Faye Ritchie, Leah Storey, Betsy May, Clenda Walters, LaNae Rowell. MISS POTPOURRI GLORIA CRANE Miss Gloria Crane, a senior Mathematics major from Newellton, was elected Miss Potpourri of 1962 by the mem- bers of the Potpourri staff. Miss Potpourri is chosen by the staff members on the basis of her contribution of lead- ership and service to Northwestern Slate College. She, and ea h member of her court, must be at least a Junior in standing. Each member of the Court is the most outstanding girl in her category. This year LaNae Rowell, a Junior Home Economics major from Winnfield, was elected Most Ambitious. Donna Faye Ritchie, a Junior Mathematics major from Lockport. became Most Appropriately Dressed. A Junior Primary Education major from Shreveport, Peggy Monkhouse, was elected Most Congenial, junior Home Economics major Leah Storey, from Monterey, was Most Involved In Stu- dent Politics. Glenda Walters, a Monroe Junior majoring in Biology, became Most Studious. Senior Music major Betsy May. from Leesville, was elected Most Talented. Bon- nie Richardson, a Junior Primary Education major from Hackberry, was Best Personality. Miss Potpourri and her court were presented at the an- nual Potpourri Ball in December. 46 0P0C STATE FAIR COURT f - ' e? V ' V t- HOMECOMING COURT, Left TO RIGHT: Martha Shray, Thellie l- ' «- Marsha Pratt, Dolores Smith, IVgj: Swot, ' ' iidy Watson, Leah Storey, Sammye Sanford. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT Miss Peggy Swor, Ilomcromiiic Oucrii Thi i» « n» ' job iliai President Kyser enjoys! I CAN ' T GET MY HAM) OUT OF THIS BLASTED VASE. WIIVDDV YA MEAN. THIS ES YOUR UMBRELLA?!? mis in: vis study iim;. I SIMPLY CANNOT SEE WHAT I ' M WRITING UNLESS I HAVE MY GLASSES ON. IMIS IS MUCH MORE FUN THAN TTING THE KIDS PAINT M PASTE. in m:vi in i i t K cd CQ W CD ACTIVITIES o , DOT» JMHWSOUP . JJ» t: K t- • ROLAND McKNEELY DICKIE ROGERS BOBBY SLACK RUTH RICHARDSON JERRY BERLIN President Vice-President Vice-President of Men Vice-President of Women Treasurer LEAH STOREY Secretary THE STUDENT COUNCIL All executive powers of the Student Body Association are vested in the Student Council. The Council is a repre- sentative body, each of its members having been elected by the students. The primary duties of the Student Council are to provide for the general welfare of the Student Body, to legislate on matters necessary for the supervision and coordination of student activities, and to serve as a link between the ad- ministration and the Student Body. The Student Council has undertaken a number of projects for the benefit of the students this year. These projects were successful because of the hard work of the council members and the support of the student body as a whole. Secretary Leah Storey exercises her hand. Mr. Dudley G. Fulton, faculty sponsor for the Student Council. C K «£»» 54 MEMBERS ROLAND McKNEELY President DICKIE ROGERS Vice-President RUTH RICHARDSON Vice-President of Women BOBBY SLACK I ice-President of Men LEAH STOREY Secretary JERRY BERLIN Treasurer ROY BOSTICK Senior President ELLEN BAKER Senior Representatii e ROBERT DOW Senior Representatii e BOBBY CORTINEZ Junior President EDDY MILLER Junior Representatii •■ KAY HEINRICHS Junior Representatii e SONNY HARGROVE Sophomore President KATHERINE BERR Sophomore Representative TOMMY CARSON Sophomore Representatii e JIMMY BERRY Freshman President RANDALL WEBB Freshman Representatii e The Freshman Associates First Row, I. mi to Right: Jerrj Berlin, (Catherine Berry, Ka 1 1 • in- richs, Leah Storey, Kuth Richardson, Ellen Baker, Roland McKneely. Skcond Itnw: Bolili} . ' inline- . Tommj Carson, Dickie Rogers, Sonnj Hargrove, Jimm) Berry. Third Run: Bobby Shirk. Robert Dow. SSOCI II. MEMBERS Kul. mil " i -« the word! ( l!ol, BOOTH CARMEN CODIN . o. CR IY JR. BARBAR DEAN SANDRA EVANS BETH llnw |{|) I OIS JOHNSON SAM II CERO IKi:, McCANN BARBAR M Ml I l FRANCES ELLEN PORTER Sponsor ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS The Associated Women Students is composed of all women living on campus and is a member of the Intercollegiate Associated Women Students. Through chosen representatives on the A.W.S. Council, campus women are given a voice in their government. Through its activities, the A.W.S. aims to promote intellectual, social, and spiritual growth among women students, to develop a sense of self-responsibility, to instill a spirit of cooperation and friendship; and to uphold high social and academic standards among the women of the college. The scope of A.W.S. is campus-wide and many of its activities are designed to benefit men as well as women. Some activities which the A.W.S. sponsors are the Howdy Dance. Christmas Carol Sing. Christ- mas at Home, and the Honors Banquet. Refreshments after a meeting AWS in action! Fik.st Row, Left to Right: Martha Creed, Joan Prados, Kayla Bernard, Dianna Atkins, Kay Mcintosh, Judy White, Sharon Barton. Georgia Blair. Pat Cooper, Jimmie Brown, Jackie Brantley. Second Row: Donna Faye Ritchie, Arlette McCasland, La Nae Rowell, .Mari- lyn Lovvrey, Jo Ann Ramey, Vicky George, Linda Edwards. Barhara Martin, Martha Scott, Mary Elizabeth Pittman, Clarene Prewitt. Third Row: Bonnie Wineinger, Jerry Richardson, Pat Love, Linda Buie. Kay Bennett, Margie Walker. Sandra Evans, Irby McCann, Mary Wissing. Nelda Eyer, Peggy Turner. Fourth Row : Madelyn Nieman, Dianne Mayeaux, Pat Isbell, Annabelle Specht, Charlotte Pate, Linda Nadrchal, Dianne Beaureguard, Ann Peterson. Sharon Banton, Millicent Fletcher, Yvonne Belgard. Fifth Row: Susie Wales. Carol McNeelv, Montez Bonial. AWS OFFICERS— Left to Right. Fiiot Row: 1 ' egj.y Browne. Brenda Bridges. Dorothy Vines, Carolyn Corley. Second Row : Barhara Foster, Jo Nell Rogers, Dorothy Wallen. Johanna Hull--. Johuiinu Hulls talks to the girls OFFICERS loll N V HULLS President B I! I! l« I •( STER VU e-Prcsident PEGG i:K M Recording Secretary BRENDA BRIDGES ( orresponding Set retai i I Kt»i i ( 0R1 Ei JO N ELI ROGERS Publicity Chairman DOROTrH WALLEN I A ITS Representative DOROTHY [NES Socio Chairman TOWN ASSOCIATED WOMEN I STUDENTS The Town Associated Women Students is made up of all women students who live off-campus. The 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 promote a better feeling of unity among all women students at NSC. The various projects the TAWS have participated in are Mom and Dad Day, Homecoming. Christmas at Home. AWS- TAWS Banquet, plus various floats and other activities. First Row, Left to Right: Mary Elizabeth Pitman. Martha Scott, Jackie Brantley, Karen Welch. Second Row: Elizabeth Hilton, Anna Perot, Beverly Clark, Jackie McLamore, Ginger Settle, Martha Le- Vasseur. Tiiikd Row: Nancy Daniels, Georgia Chaplin, Judy Wright, Margie Luttrell, Martha Sandlin. Officers Pitman, Scott and Brantley. OFFICERS MARTHA SCOTT President WANE MAYEAUX Vice-President MARY ELIZABETH PITMAN Secretary-Treasurer JACKIE BRANTLEY Reporter The Verdict Is Ours! OFFICERS BARBARA FOSTER Chairman BRENDA BRIDGES Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS WILLIE DALE NIX Senior Representative KAY McINTOSH Junior Representative JERRY ANN RICHARDSON Sophomore Representative JUDICIARY BOARD The Judiciarj 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 Secretary. Three other members appointed by the President of the Associated Women Students and the Dean of Women are appointed to represent the Senior. Junior, and Sopho- more classes. The President of the Associated Women Stu- dents serves also as an ex-officio member of the Board. The Board serves as a " hearing " group for any woman student who violates an important rule or regulation. It is the duty of the Judiciary Board to see that all regulations pertaining to women students are functioning effectively, to investigate all instances of non-observance of regulations that come to its attention, to determine whether the instance constitutes a case of behavior failure, and to assist the in- dividuals concerned in making satisfactory adjustment. First Row, Left to Right: Jerry Ann Richardson, Kay Mcintosh, Willie Dale Nix. Second Row: Barbara Foster, Brenda Bridges. Seated: George Cameron. Bobby Slack. Standing: Mayo LaCour, linliliv Lambert. Seated, Left to Right: Glenn Robinson, Harold Lawrence, Joseph Rivers, Johnny Purvis, Ross Williams. George Taylor, Mayo LaCour. Standing: Leslie Manning, Kendall Booty, Wayne Hooper. Brady Sanders, Cedric Hudgens, James Maxwell, Kenneth Smith. W. 0. Crain, Joseph Hirn, III, Wayne Jones, Durand William. Howard Ubritton, Gene Koury. Buddy Lambert, Freddy Sheppard, Frank Conners, George Cameron, Bobby Slack. Everybody takes a breather. OFFICERS BOBBi SLACK President CKORGE CAMKRON Vice-President BOBBi LAMBERT Secretai i M VO LaCOUR Treasurer The Associated Men Students, in its fifth year as an organization at N.S.C.. has been noted as an effective part of the college. Its mem- bership is composed of men students who live in residence halls on the campus. Each of these members must maintain a " C " a erage. The main objectives of the Associated Men Students are as follows: First, to promote, in cooperation with the college administration, the general welfare of men students at N.S.C. and, in particular, the welfare of men living in residence halls on the college campus. Second, to serve as a means of expression of opinion for men stu- dents. 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. " Now if we hud COLOR television . . . " In heaw discussion. ASSOCIATED MEN STUDENTS A I work up the room. . . . nil down i In ' room. Jaye Lou Allen, Hetty Anthony. Glenda Ble in. Billy Gail Corbin, Bar- bara Ann Durr, Frances Nell Erwin, Majorie Faquhar, Marilyn Guidry. Glenda Sue Holland, Paula Jenkins, Lucy Nell Joiner, Pauline Leadaman, Mary Lou Lilly. Charlotte McCalla, Marilyn MeGee, Peggy McLaren, Jo Ann Monk. Mary Sue Owen, Ann Parrott, Jerry Rich- ardson, Barhara Rosto, Shelba Savell. Lynn Speight. Rebecca Tehhetts. DORMITORY ASSISTANTS Linda Adams, Oren Adams, Donna Briegel, Linda Buie, Carol Cathey. Linda Jo Coleman, Frances Nell Erwin, Dorothy Graiser, Sanford Haines, Fay Headrick, Barbara Hollis, Lucy Nell Joiner, Sara Killen, Faye Love, Pat Love, Elizabeth Marsden, La Verne Misner, Dolores Nichols, Mary Sue Owens, Patricia Parker, Janet Randolph. Rebecca Rhodes, Elizabeth Royston. Marilyn Scroggs, Janet Sibley, Dorothy Terry, Mildred Thomas, Faye Vallery. Dorothy Vines, Carla Walters, Helen West, Mary Wissing. Ann Woodard. The Staff Assistants Program helps the House Directors in the women ' s residence halls. These girls serve as receptionists in the residence hall offices and also help the students in the building to observe residence hall regulations. Staff assistants must have a high scholastic average and be at least of sophomore standing. Selection for this position is made by the Dean of Women and her staff on the basis of efficiency, dependability, and co-operativeness. The sponsor of the staff assistants is Mrs. Irble Shaddock. The Sophomore Counselor Program is designed to help freshman women become adjusted to college life, college and residence hall regulations, and to help them attain a high academic standing. Sophomore Counselors are selected to this honorary posi- tion on the basis of scholarship, leadership, personality, and character. The monitors in the men ' s dormitories function in much the same way as the sopho- more counselors. Applications are filed in the office of the Assistant Dean of Men. and each applicant is interviewed by Mr. Townsend. the Director of Men ' s Housing. Each monitoi must have at least a " C " average; however a " B ' average is preferred. The house directors in the dormitories then approve the applicants personality, leadership, and character. Men ' s Dormitory Monitors: I ' liil Adam-, John Barkate, Leonard Blanton, Murpln Bel anl. John Bnlin. Roy Bostick, Nettles Brown, Meredith Bynum, Robert Cortinez, Frank Conner, Robert Dow, I. am Dowden, Eugene Easley, licit Ezernack, Wilej (iilli-. Doug Harkness, Don Hani-, Glenn Herring, Gerald Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Bobbj Lewis, James Magee, harles Main-, Ulen Roj Martin, Sidney Mai- thews, Leonard Miller, Henry Masson, Jerrj Nettles, Tommj Nunez, lames L. Rabb, Robert Rankin, Manean Schamber, Glenn Peacock, Stanley Sutherland, J -rr Thiels, William Tilley, Jerrj Varnado, Paul Wan-. Dan Whitehurst. Gordon Williamson. SI.MOK C()l NSELORS FOR WOMEN ELI EN BAKER LINDA 111 IF. MAXINE COILE BEm L01 FLETCHER JOHANN V H ULLS r l l ( KSON PAT LO I kn McINTOSH LINDA M i ET M HI N ME VDOR ( i m MIX III IK in i n F.FI i I l R l IK NORM WD M WINK PENN1 I I i;i i rixK.w n r M KII i S ROGGS 1111 I II- -I l II I ' M. i. ' i SWOR DOROTHY lllil DOROTHY VLLEN 3 First Row, Left TO Richt: Doris Richard, Aliene Mayes, Carolyn Corley, Dot Wallen, Glenda Walters, Faye Hattaway Hedricks, Jo Nell Rogers Second Row: La Nae Rowell, Betsy May, Willie Dale Nix, Peggy Browne. Third Row: Clynn Peninger, Kay Mcintosh, Linda Corley. Fourth Row: Dorothy Vines, Nancy Ricks. Fifth Row: Johanna Hulls. PURPLE JACKETS EVE MOUTON Purple Jacket Sponsor The Purple Jacket Club, which was founded by President V. L. Roy in 1927, was the first honor club to be organized on the campus. Adorned in purple and white colors depicting loyalty, the Purple Jackets have portrayed service as they have served willingly and tirelessly as the hostesses of the college, making themselves an ageless tradition. The membership of the club is limited to twenty-one active members. Each spring at the Purple Jacket calling, women students are chosen as new members who have demonstrated good scholarship, good character, and a spirit of cooperation and unselfishness 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 NSC. OFFICERS LINDA CORLEY President DORIS RICHARD Vice-President DOROTHY VINES i Secretary FAYE HEDRICK Treasurer MEMBERS PEGGY BROWNE KAY McINTOSH JO NELL ROGERS CAROLYN WILLIE DALE LA NAE ROWELL CORLEY NIX JUDYE THOMAS LINDA CORLEY CHARLOTTE DOROTHY VINES FAYE HEDRICK PATE DOROTHY JOHANNA HULLS GLYNN U 1.1 BETSY MAY PENINGER GLEN DA ALINE MAYS DORIS RICHARD NANCY RICKS WALTERS Officers: Doris Richard, Dorothy Vines, Faye Hedrick, Linda Corley. " hj can ' t Johanna wear white gloves? 1 The Purple Jackets in one of their i « 1 1 « - moments. The Blue Key Magazines have just arrived. BLUE KEY The Northwestern chapter of the Blue Key National Honor Fraternity be- gan its third year in a flurry of activity, which included sponsoring the annual Cheerleader Clinic during June and July, aiding with Fall Registration, and decorating for Mom and Dad Day and Homecoming. The major activity for the fraternitv in the Fall Semester involved plaving host to other Blue Key chapters throughout the state in a conclave held in December. In the Spring Semester, the Blue Keys were concerned with sponsoring weekend campus movies when not serving as college hosts for various campus activities. The N. S. C. chapter had its beginning in 1959 as a local organization known as the Blue Feather. Members of the administration, realizing the need for a men ' s service unit, gathered a group of junior and senior students who met Blue Key requirements, and formed the local service fraternity. The group ultimately petitioned the national organization and were initiated in the spring of 1959. There are presently fifteen students in the Northwestern chapter. Although several faculty members are Blue Keys, those members of the faculty in the local chapter are President Kyser. Dean Fulton. Mr. Leonard Nichols, Mr. Hal Townsend. and Major Thomas Gleason. Members of the Blue Key at Northwestern State College must be at least juniors at the time of initiation. They must possess an over-all 1.5 (on the three-point system) academic average, as well as meet certain standards in extracurricular activities. Finally, they must gain a majority vote of chapter members. These standards were set by the local chapter, and men meeting them are " tapped " into Blue Key in the spring in a special assembly held in conjunction with the Purple Jackets. Miss Linda Corley, a senior English major from Natchitoches, was selected as the Blue Key Darling for 1962. Linda is the second girl to be designated this honor l the local Blue Keys. Blue Key is the largest general honor fraternity for upperclassmen in America. The chapter here at Northwestern stands " on call " at all times for various events of a service nature. OFFICERS JOHN MAYS President ROGER WILLIAMS Vice-President LEONARD BLANTON Recording Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT MARSHMAN Corresponding Secretary LEONARD HEDRICK Reporter LEE THIEL Historian OFFICERS — Left to Right. Skated: Leonard Blanton. Robert Marshman, Leonard Hedrick. Standing: John Mays, Lee Thiel. Noi PiCTl RED: Roger Williams. That ' s hound to he ME in that picture. Firsi How, Left to Right: Leonard Hedrick, John Maya, Don ilkin . Harold leveland, James Clegg, Lonnie Harper, Lee Thiel, Second Row: Roland McKneely, Majoi I . I. Gleason, I eonard Blanton, John Bolin, Robi n Marsh man, Jerrj Berlin, Bill Coffey, Leonard Nichols, Hal [own- send. " i Pictured: Rogei Williams and Glen Wilkin-. 6 7 TOM NASH, Business Manager STAFF LEE THIEL Editor GLORIA CRANE Associate Editor TOM NASH Business Manager MARY LYNN CLOUTIER Administration Editor NORMA WHITE Class Editor ESTHER BROUSSARD Activities Editor FRANK CONNER Organization Editor BILL RITCHIE Organization Editor BOBBY CORTINEZ Military Editor SHARON POUNCEY Student Life Editor CECIL CHOPIN Snapshot Editor PAT LITTON Greek Editor FREDA CADOW Greek Editoi PEGGY MONKHOUSE Typist SUE STEPHENSON Typist DONNA FAYE RITCHIE Typist PEGGY McLAREN Typist PHYLLIS ROND Typist JERRY KIRCUS Photographer MR. EARL COULON Faculty Advisor MR. EARL COULON, Faculty Advisor THE 1962 The 1962 Potpourri is presented to you, the Student Body, by the Potpourri staff. We have strived to portray you. the NSC student, as you study and play, work and dream. The Potpourri is the yearbook of the student body of NSC, entirely financed by them. Thus, each one of you should be interested in learning or at least investigating the process of yearbook production. Shreveport Engraving Company prepares our photographic copy, and Benson Printing Com- pany of Nashville. Tennessee, does the art work, layouts, and publishing. Three students — the editor, Lee Thiel; as- sociate editor, Gloria Crane; and Tom Nash, the Business Manager — receive working scholarships. The section editors who volunteered much time and energy to the presentation of this book are Mary Lynn Cloutier. Norma White, Pat Litton, Freda Cadow, Bobby Cortinez. Frank Conner, Bill Ritchie, Pat Malstrom. Cecil Chopin. Sharon Pouncey, and Esther Broussard. They and their co- workers deserve the appreciation of the entire student body for their help in preparing this book. The Potpourri sponsors several awards 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 NSC, and outstanding staff awards to mem- bers of the Potpourri staff. The Potpourri at a glance. POTPOURRI A ' J j a LEE TIIIEL, Editor GLORIA CRANE, Associate Editor STAFF MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Bobby Cortinez, Pat Litton, Sharon Pouncey, Mars Manitzas, Peggy Monkhouse, Pat Mai- Strom. Second 1!i : |!i|] Ritchie, Donna Faye Ritchie, Pegg] M Laren. Mary Lynn Cloutier, Sue Stephenson, Esther Broussard, Frank Conner. A . v i T k ' av; i iV GLYNN PENINGER Associate Editor BILL LONG Fall Sports Editor MARY ANN BANKSTON Society Editor BOBBY CORT1NEZ Spring Sports Editor EARL BONDS Business Manager LA NAE ROWELL Editor THE CURRENT The keynote of the 1961-62 NSC Current Sauce editorial policy was complete, accurate, and impartial coverage of all campus activities. An increased student interest was ex- pressed through numerous letters to the editor. Changes were made each semester in the editorial staff. Serving during the summer were La Nae Rowell, editor: Glynn Peninger, associate editor; Mrs. Melha Williamson, business manager, and Bill Long, sports editor. Earl Bonds look over as business manager in the fall when Mrs. William- son left NSC to be with her husband. A society editor, Mary Ann Bankston, was added for the fall semester. Wayne Sum- mers was sports editor for the spring semester following Long ' s graduation. Roy Clark, news bureau director, was faculty advisor. One of the highlights of the fall semester was the Associ- ated Collegiate Press Conference at Hotel Fontainbleu in Miami Beach. Florida. Attending the three-day conference 7° STAFF MEMBERS. First Row: Ann Matthews, Glynn Peninger, La Nae Rowell, Mary Ann Bankston, Ann Weaver. Second Row: Wayne Summers, Earl Bonds, Artha Vaughn, Mr. Roy Clark. Theda Knox, Bill Long, Ju k Duncan. Not Shown: Martha Gotten. Earline Doiron, Judy Jenkens, Barhara Juneau, Gary Sepuluado. Diane Taylor. Mil- dred Thomas. Joe Weinmunson, Ruth Woodward. SAUCE were La Nae Rowell. Glynn Peninger. and Annette Ray, Inline economics instructor and chaperone. This was the first time in over ten years that Northwestern lias been repre- sented at this annual conference. During the spring semester, the annual banquet was held. and a special literals edition uas published. " See, I told you it ' s spelled e-a-l ! STAFF LA NAE ROWELL E.Uin, GLYNN PENINGER »,„,« ,■ Editoi EARL BONDS Business Manag f MAR! BANKSTON Society Editoi BELL LONG •« Sports Editor BOBB) CORTINEZ Spring Sports Editoi MR. Kin CLARK Faculty tdvisoi 7 1 Glenn makea him lo it right. Members: Betty Aitaway, Carolyn Beth Bardwell, Georgia i;iair, Ranita Blake, Dolores Blalock, Ann Bloch, Betty Brown, Donna Bush, Jane Conley, Pat Cooper. Earlyne Dunn. Lynda Edwards, Pat Elmore. Bonnie Frazier, Jessie Freeland, Diane Gates, Sally Gibson, Mary Beth Green, Sandra Greene, Marilyn Guidry, Nona Head, Patricia Head- wick, Judy James, Lucy Joiner, Karen Kopfler, Nona Lincoln, Maxine Lunt, Judy Mattox, Joy McLaughlin, Betty Neely, Kathryn Net Billie Sue Rainey, Donna Fay Ritchie, Cubic Rivers, Rebecca Rhodes, Rita Rogers, Sammye Sanford, Janet Sauve, Bonnie Schwartz, Gerry Sherrod, Justine Shively, Bobbye Shiver, Charlene Smith, Sandra Smith, Jo Lynn Strickland, Bunny Unrath, Beverly Voigt, Rae Belle Warner, Sandra Wilson, Mary Wissing. THE DEMONETTES The Dcmonettes, predominated by freshmen, have de- lighted the 1961-1962 home people and foothall fans with their outstanding showmanship during half-time periods and various parade exhibitions. The 1961-62 Demonettes have experienced a vei happv and successful year as a talented group on the NSC campus. All of their performances have been based on complete group participation rather than that of the individual or individuals who ma have been featured. The originality within the group has been outstanding!) obvious in that it never repeated a routine during the entire football season. Football fans were thrilled with the fine field performances presented by the Demonettes. The spirit and enthusiasm of these Demonettes will not soon be forgotten. Majorettes: Donna Fave Ritchie, Patricia Matthews, Bettv Neely. • W W " VIOLET DAVION Demoiiette Sponsor IUMTA BLAKE Drum Major THE CHEERLEADERS — " - ' — " What ' s tin- matter, boys? " This year has been a full and exciting one for the NSC Cheerleaders. It began with an all-out campaign to create and boost school spirit, and this was very rewarding. Through the cooperation of the administration and school body, we were able to hold numerous pep rallies and events which proved most successful. We hope that this renewed spirit will not die down; but increase even greater in the coming years. With the aid of the ever-popular, ferocious Demon-Head, built by the Industrial Arts Department, the squad yelled and cheered at all home games . This year, too. we traveled to Shreveport. Lafayette, and Hammond, Louisiana, and Little Rock. Arkansas; along with a band of faithful, spirited students. We also served during basketball season, at all home games. Chris Newsome, from Leesville. and Clifford Lambert, from Hot Springs. Ar- kansas, were elected as freshmen cheerleaders. Returning for their second consecu- tive year are Patsv Lowderback and Ruth Richardson, both of Shreveport. Two new male cheerleaders are Ciles Gilliam, from Shreveport, and Sam Dauzat, from Alexandria. Herby Roach, Shreveport, served as Demon Mascot and Ruth Rich- ardson served her second year as Head Cheerleader. We would like to express our appreciation to Dr. Colleen Nelken, our sponsor, for her loyalty and assistance during the season. Standinc, Left to Richt: Sam Dauzat, Clifford Lambert, Giles Gilliam. Kneeling: Patsy Lowderback, Chris Newsome, Ruth Richardson. C " - . TV. 5. C. CHORALE DR. ABEL JOHN PETERSON Director OFFICERS ROBERT SMITH President BILL OSBORNE Vice-President LINDA FIELDER Secretary The Northwestern State College Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Abel John Peterson, provides activities valuable to music majors and other inter- ested students. This versatile group offers a variety of choral music planned to fit the in- terest of any audience, providing an increased understanding and apprecia- tion of music. The Chorale performs locally in its annual Christmas and Spring concerts and special college events. However, due to another engagement, the group did not present its annual Christmas concert. The Chorale was formed in the fall of 1958 under the supervision and direc- tion of Dr. Peterson. This small group, about si t in number, is capable of rendering any type song from popular to the classics. The organization ' s varied activ ities are planned and correlated through the cooperation and direction of the director and executive committee. The stu- dents work with a sub-committee composed of other chorale members, main- taining a closely knit, mobile group of artisans. This creates a sense of oneness in every endeavor, whether it be functional or artistic in nature. The various concert series presented on the campus bring music to the student body and the community and certainly make a valuable contribution to the cultural life of NSC. First Row, Left to Right: Yvonne Belgard, Dianne Marshall, Frances Fallin, Johnnie Ross, Linda Fielder, Oren Adams, Don il kins, George Gilcrease, Robert Gimbert, Jack Brossette, .Milton Nix. Bobbye Birchfield, Leon a Metcalfe, Thellie Levee, Deanna Mayeux, Sandra Shahan, Jerry Ann Vann. Second Row, Left to Right: Ruth Self, Betty Anthony. Sharon Barton, Judye Thorna . Linda Johnson, Leonie Prudhomme, I,ee Thiel, Danny Junot, Robert Smith, Bill Os- borne, Richard Champion. Ronald Alexander, Robert Golden, Susan Sheffield, Catherine Norman, Anne Weaver, Lnita Harrison, Sandra Hash. Third Row: Kay Jones, Nelwyn Nersworthy, Sharon Napp, Goldaree Smith. Yerna Le Boeuf. Gerald Simon. Roy Farmer, Jr.. John Buckhalter, Clarence Buce, Ladon Vddison, Billy Thompson, Glyn Corley, Lynn Huey, Standley Da i-. Linda Humphries, Shirlie Har- well, Barbara Autin, Leah Sartor. Judith Murphrey, Kathleen Gallaspy, Accompanist, Betsy May, Accompanist. Fomuii Ri : Sharon Loring, Linda Dousay, Kathv lane-. Nancj Kirk-. Don DoyaL Eric Lord. T y j A i i DEMONAIRES The Northwestern State College Dance Band has been long-lived, dating back before World War II when the band was known as the " Swing Kings. " During the war the women took over the dance band calling themselves " Swing Queens. " After peace was restored, the name was changed to " Demonaires " ; hence the dance band is solidly planted in NSC history. In their eighteenth year as the official college band for dances, this group continues to serve the students of Northwestern as a hard working, dependable music organization. Performing at short dances, pep rallies, and school spon- sored balls, the Demonaires earned the praise of the student body. All this speaks well for a group of non-professional musicians I only a part of the group consists of music majors) who play mostly for " kicks. " In keep- ing with the times, the Demonaires " book " contains a mixture of rock n ' roll. latin, jazz, and ballads. This year ' s group of Demonaires began the season at the Howdy Dance, September 13. in the Men ' s Gym. The group this year is under the direction of Allen Roy Swilley, a senior music major from Winnfield. Louisiana. Although the majority of the Demonaire engagements are on campus, there is a possibility of off-campus playing. These engagements are accepted with approval of Mr. Dwight Davis, the band director and sponsor of the group, and Frances Ellen Porter, the Dean of Women. Competitive tryouts for the group are open to any member of the NSC Hand. Members are as follows: Ben Ash. Bill Osborne, and Mike Fullerton. trumpets: Earl Williams. Robert Crain. and James Ayers, trombones; Allen Swilley. Johnny Gholson. Ralph Mosely, Tony Cooper, and Freddie Barkley. Saxophones; George Gilcrease. piano: James Spravberrv. bass: and Thomas Brandon, drums. ALLEN SWILLEY Leader First Row, Left to Richt: Johnny Gholson, James Cooper, Ralph Mosely, Robert Spillers, Allen Swilley. Second Row: Thomas Brandon, Gordon Ferguson, Robert Crain, Earl Williams, James Sprayberry. Third Row: George Gilcrease, James Chaumont, Ben Vsh, Mike Fullerton. UMBW 3JS is ?l T " JE5r v- " «b; 1l- LITTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 1st VIOLINS Laurence Perkins, Concertmaster May Beville Sara Leblanc Margaret Steele Sam Terranova 2nd VIOLINS Melba Vercher Maburl Stiles Terry Smith Linda Johnson VIOLAS Paul Torgrimson Mark Torgrimson Ruth Caughey Richard Stephens VIOLONCELLOS Van Barker George Gilcrease Walter Caughey Sherry Moss STRING BASSES Pat Vidrine Stuart Rollins Ralph Mosely James Cooper CLARINETS Allen Swilley David Williams Jack Murray Van Lewi BASSOON Clarissa Carter SAXOPHONES Kenneth Coulon Jerry Ann Bussey FRENCH HORNS William Hearron Mike Jones Sharon Loring TRUMPETS Ben Ash Mike Fullerton James Chaumont TROMBONES Gordon Ferguson William Mclnnis FLUTES Diana Aldrich Kathy Janes OBOES Kay Owens Larry Eddy TUBA James Dunn LIBRARIAN Clarissa Carter ABOVE: DR. JOSEPH CARL1 CCI, Director BKI.OW : The orchestra hard at work. A formal by the orchestra following its fall concert. II I?! IS WlllffMWlBMg H 1 lltllMllIM tlllBIHI BAND This year ' s drum major was Gordon Ferguson, a fresh- man Music Education major from Shreveport. Jerry Ann Vann, junior Music major from Bossier City, served as head majorette for the 1961-62 year. The other majorettes march- ing with the Demon Band this year were as follows: Barbara Jean Uhrbach, sophomore Business Education major from Natchitoches; Jerry Ann Richardson, a sophomore from Haynesville, majoring in Business Education; sophomore Andre Bordelon, a Physical Education major from New Or- leans; Shirley Tarver, a freshman from Columbia, majoring in Business Administration; and Fran Varnell. a freshman English major from Winnfield. The Demon Majorettes. The Demon Bund marc hes for a foothall crowd. GORDON FERGUSON Drum Major OFFICERS ALLEN SWILLEY ... CLARLSSA CARTER .President . Secretary Hand Directors Dwight Davis and Kenneth Greene. I H 9 1 , ,, " s --- Ih n §■ Ifew Kg H . H ™ I 1 I ii 78 MM M The 1961-62 year presented the " new look " in the Demon Marching Band. This year under the direction of Mr. Dwight G. Davis and Mr. Kenneth Greene, as graduate assistant, a series of straight precision drill half-time shows thrilled fans. The band presented these outstanding shows at all home games and at the half-time period at the annual SC-Loui- siana Tech game and the Southeastern game in Hammond. This year also initiated a new scholarship and award program. During the concert session, the band turned to heavy clas- sical numbers, mixed with light novelty pieces. As a good-will gesture the band traveled to various high schools throughout the state presenting programs to give these high school students an idea of the band program at NSC and encourage them to join us when they arrive at Northwestern State College. Following shortly after the tour, the Formal Band concert was presented in the Fine Arts Auditorium. At this perform- ance most of this year ' s repertoire was presented. Bringing our concert season to a close were the pop concerts open to the college free of charge. As the closing highlight of the year, our annual Band Banquet was a success. At this social function special enter- tainment, good food, presentation of awards and the an- nouncing of the Band Queen is the order of the daj . All in all we have really enjoyed ourselves and are looking forward to another great year. I I ■ if; mf MKMHKKS Diana Aldrich, Bettj Alexander, Ben »h. Sandra Baker, Floyd Bark ley, Marilyn Boekcr, Marilyn Bonnette, Vndree Bordelon, Thomas Brandon, Jerrj Ann Bussey, Mar) Lynn Calloway, Clarissa Carter, James Chaumont, Theresa Ann Clemens, James k.iili Coleman, James Cooper, Glyn Corley, Robert Crain, Pemrj Cummings, Thomas 0. Dean, Jack Duncan, James Dunn, Vrthui Dyck, Larrj Eddy, Jerrj Elkins, Delberl Fambrough, Gordon Ferguson, Joseph Fullerton, John Gholson, Prince (.. Gilcrease, (hail.- Giles, Robert Golden, Mar) Jean (.mil. Lucille Hart, William Hearron, John Eiolloway, Cedric Hudgens, Ronald Hudgens, I ouis Huson, Gerald Jones, Sharon I o Nelda Lee McCalla, Latissia Vnne McCranie, William Joseph Mi [nnis, luil | .Ii Moseley, Jack Murray, Oneta Ka) Owens, William Rains, J. .ann Raney, Jerr) nn Richardson, Sam Shelton, Robert Spillers, .lam.- Sprayberry, Richard Stephens, Ulen Swilley, Shirlej nn. rarver, l!ill Joe Thompson, Barbara J, I lulu. h. harles Leo Vann, (err) Vnn Vann, Fran Varnell, Patrick Vidrine, Uicia Waldon, Vlberl William-. I a i.l Brian William-. 79 OFFICERS — Left to Right, First Row: Gail Pierson and Earline Doiron. Second Row: Sam Shelton and Dennis Folds. N. S. C. DEBATE CLUB The NSC Debate Club, which was fanned into existence in 1957, is open to all students on the campus who express an interest in the activities of the organization. Under the capable direction of Mr. Donald Graham, the club provides organized participation in competitive speech activities on an inter-collegiate basis. The 1961-62 debate season opened with a discussion tournament at L.S.U. in September. Following this " warm- up " tournament the squad journeyed to Louisiana Tech at Ruston: the University of Southwestern Louisiana; Millsaps College in Clinton. Mississippi, and Mississippi State College for Women in Columbus. Mississippi. Also scheduled for the spring were two home tournaments. These are the annual high-school and college competitive meets. During the five years of its existence the organization, through its exemplary accomplishments in the numerous fields of competitive and public speaking, has really brought credit to our campus. The officers for this year are as follows: president — Den- nis Folds, junior Speech major from Lawtell; secretary- treasurer — Gail Pierson, a senior from Natchitoches, ma- joring in Economics; and reporter — Earlin Doiron — a sophomore from Alexandria majoring in English. The squad ' s business manager this year was Sam W. Shelton, III, a freshman Mathematics major from Natchitoches. MEMBERS — Left to Right, First Row: Sandra Collier, Earline Doiron, Rosalie Lott, Claire Baeder, Camellia Resweber. Second Row: Dianne Mayeaux, Wayne Isgitt, Dennis Folds, Edwin Kelly, Sam Shelton, Gail Pierson. Third Row: Wayne Summers, John Culpepper, Julian Combs, John Edgar, Richard Dowdy. k WH H L. L ■■ E, - ■ DRAMA TICS You ' re right — they ARE made in Japan! Working on sound effects for a production. Scene from " House on the Cliff. " The first major drama production for the 1961-1962 season was House on the Cliff, a three-act mystery written for tele- ision and adapted for the stage by George Batson. Offering an excellent portrayal of the pla were: Dennis folds as Dr. Main; Carol Anne Moslev as Ellen Clayton; Dianne Mayeaux playing Karen Clayton; Frances Councill portraying Jennj : Gloria Damico acting as Miss Pepper: ;in l Milton Tarvei pla ing Carej Phillips. The NSC Theatre ' s next production was Everyman, a moralit play. This plaj is one of the oldest known religious l la s. The version used was translated from earl) German into rhyme couplets l» Frank Magers. the college theatre technical director. Mr. Magers directed the production and Dr. Edna West, the director of the college theatre, staged the show . Playing the role of Everxman was Mack ritomas. Other members of the casl are as follows: Butch Inland as the Messenger: Milton Tai er as the Voice " I Christ; Bol ' ln Guin as Death: nn Johnson as 15ct n •( he. I: Man Mil k- poi traying Mother; Roj Kirkpatrick as Satan; and Wayne Summers in the role of Fellowship. Mso in the cast were John Culpepper, Cappj Calhoun, Jimrnj Willis, Carolyn Friis, Gloria Damico, Jim Mambourg, and linih nn Fisher. These two plays indicate thai NSC Rieatre Fans have a lol to look forward ( " during the remaining season, as the dramatics department unfolds it- hidden talent-. 8t m cc .-a w w 2 GREEKS PANHELLENIC COUNCIL " We, the Fraternity Women of America, stand for preparation for service through character building inspired in the close contact of deep friendship of fraternity life. " With this segment of the National Panhellenic Creed as their goal, Northwestern Panhellenic strives to promote scholarship, high character, a better understanding of the Greek world, and harmony among the Greek organizations. A member of the National Panhellenic Conference, the Northwestern State College Panhellenic strives as the gov- erning body of the five N.P.C. sororities on campus. Locally. N.S.C. Panhellenic sponsors many campus projects, including a convocation for Freshman girls and an all Greek Christmas Carol Sing. The council also en- courages scholarship among all women by presenting a Freshman Scholarship Award each year. Mrs. Lucille Hendrick. Assistant Dean of Women, is advisor. Members, Left to Richt: Charlotte McCalla, AZ; Dorothy Treven- en, ASA; Judy Thomas, ATA; Barbara Jean Uhrbach, ATA; Katherine Berry 222; Cathy Mischler, 222; Judy White. ASA; Ellen Bakt-r, 2K; Gail Corbin, 2K; Doris Richard, AZ. ELLEN BAKER, 2K Treasurer DORIS RICHARD, AZ V ice-President JUDY WHITE, A2A President Cathy Mischler, 222, Record- ing Secretary; Judy Thomas, ATA, Corresponding Secretary. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 7 I Jerry Winn, 2Tr, Treasurer ; Lee Tliiel, TK 10. Secretary. The Interfraternity Council was organizer! to promote harmony and a cooperative relationship among the four fraternities on the Northwestern State College Campus. Also, the Council strives to foster and to maintain a high respect for fraternitv and interfraternity relationships within our college. Another objective is to maintain high scholastic, moral, social and personal standards. Last of all. it compiles and enforces rules for the purpose of im- proving the fraternitv system on the campus. The [nterfraternitj Council ' s main purpose in general is to strengthen and perpetuate the fraternitj system. The IFC consists of the four fraternit presidents and two representatives from each of the fraterni- ties. Meetings are held on the first Tuesdax of each month. During these meetings all business between the four fraternities is transacted. JERRY WILLIS, ITK i President DON MEISNER, KA Vice-President Members, Left to Right, First Row: Bob Lewis, KA; Lee ThieL TKE; Don Meisner, KA: Windy Harmon. KA ; Eddie Miller, 2TT: Jerrj Winn. I ' ll ' . Second Row: George Cameron. IIK I : Jerry Willi-. IIK I : Roderick Outland. Sponsor; Tom Nash. TKE; Bill Carter. SIT; Larrj Kin-. IIlvK EEEQ ELLIENNE TODD President KENNETH MacDANIEL Man of the Year ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Chapter Name: Gamma Kappa Founding at NSC: 1959 Colors: Red, Buff, and Green Flower: Rose Jewel : Pearl Alpha Gamma Delta was founded in 1904 at Syracuse University as a national women ' s fraternity. With the installation of the first Canadian chapter at the University of Toronto in 1919. Alpha Gamma Delta became international. Gamma Kappa Chapter is in its third year on the campus at Northwestern. It formerly was a chapter of Theta Sigma Upsilon which merged with Alpha Gamma Delta in 1959. Throughout the year, Alpha Gamma Deltas are kept busy with projects and activities. Their workshop is in the summer, and the beginning of school brings rush. At Homecoming is an alumnae reception and in December a Christmas party- In the Spring there is the formal. The International Altruistic Program is worthy of pride; members work for the Cerebral Palsied and Physically Handicapped. The Counselor Training Pro- gram and local service work began in 1947. The Heritage of Alpha Gamma Delta has been built through the development of young women through fraternitv bonds and ideals. Officers, Left to Right, Standing — Sherien Hadskey. Secretary; Dianne Mayeaux, Social Chairman. Seated — Pat Gray, Treasurer; Barbara Jean Uhrbach, First Vice-President; Judye Thomas, Second Vice-President. First Row: II DYE FAYE ANDREWS JANET DAIGLE JOAN EDWARDS PAT GRAY Second Row: SHERIEN HADSKFA ARLENE LUX BARBAR M VI TDVGU DIANNE MAYEAUX Third Row: LATISSL4 Mc RANE I II VNCES M.DANIEL I I- ()N A ROBINSON 1)1 NNE SCOGGIN- Fourth Row: K li WIN SMITH II D 1 ) E THOM S I I I II NN I I ( IH i BARBARA II N i m;i; h l. hi. Row: N N i i W ELLS 8 kaajj SANDRA FOLSE President HAYWARD " SONNY " HARGROVE Man of the Year ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Chapter Name : Psi Psi Founding at NSC: 1930 Colors: Pearl White and Crimson Flower: Fall — Aster Spring — Narcissus Jewels: Pearl and Ruby On November 15, 1901, five coll ege girls at Longwood College in Farmville. Virginia, formed a national sorority which thev named Alpha Sigma Alpha. Psi Psi Chapter, one of forty chapters located at colleges throughout the United States, had its beginning at Northwestern State College in 1930. The aim of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to establish a sisterhood that shall have as its fourfold objective: the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual development of its members. All through the year, Alpha Sigma Alpha participates in many activities and projects. During the summer a camp party and workshop are held to prepare for rush. Informal and formal rush parties are climaxed by Bid Sunday activities. At Homecoming an Alumnae Reception is given, and this is followed by our Christ- mas party in December. The Spring activities begin with fraternity parties. Activi- ties continue with the Spring formal. Mother-Father-Daughter Banquet and Faculty Tea. The members of ASA strive always to maintain the traditions and standards of Alpha Sigma Alpha, while they are reminded always of their motto — Aspire. Seek. Attain. Officers, Left to Right, Standing — Bonnie Wineinger, Corresponding Secretary; Linda Jo Coleman, Editor; Betty Lou Jacobs, Membership Director. Seated — Judy White, Vice-Presi- dent; Glenda Blevins, Treasurer; Glenda Walters. Chaplain; Dorothy Graiser, Recording Secretary. I © 5 Q t 00 00 First Row: GINGER ARMSTRONG SANDRA BAKER GLORIA BERLIN GLENDA BLEVINS ANN BLOCK Second Row: RITA BORDELON CAROLYN BOYDSTl N BRENDA BRIDGES LINDA JO COLEMAN PHYLLIS DeROSl Third Row : FRANCES FALUN M RJ() FERGUSON SANDRA FOLSE DOROTHY GRAISER ELIZABETH GRIGSB Fourth Row : MARY GROLL o HEAD SHEILA HYDE BETTY LOL JACOBS I MR F.F.N MORROW Fifth Rom: SI F MOTT MISS1 Mc( l IRin McCAN LINDA PHENK F nii uo i-oi ( : Sixth Rom: low PR VDOS PAT RICHARDSON LOLA Boss LINDA SCHMOLKE KOI ' .m I -IIIYER Seventh Ko» : SANDR SIMPSON DOROTH TBI EN] KH F F l I ER (.1 ENDA W U rERS III I I EEKS jhth Rom: ii in w hi 1 1 5ANDR II SON IONNI1 w IM INi.l R l W w INI ING1 R Wi II l l YEATES 8 9 iii f BETSY MAY President JIMMY BOYD Man of the Year DELTA ZETA Chapter Name : Epsilon Beta Founding at NSC: 1956 Colors : Old Rose and Vieux Green Flower: Killaraey Rose Jewel: Diamond Delta Zeta fosters friendships that carry through life . . . develops unselfish interest in others as well as each other . . . helps build the individual stature of a girl so that she confidently takes her rightful place in life whether as a student, a participant in the business world, or a homemaker and parent. The chain of Delta Zeta friendship is being widened each year through its Na- tional Philanthropic Program known as " Adventures in Friendship. " Delta Zeta ' s program in Louisiana " adopts " the blind patients at Carville Hospital, who are ictims of Hansen ' s disease. Delta Zeta ' s activities for the year 1961-62 include the giving of Christmas gifts to needy children, Province Day. at which all the chapters of the state are represented, the spring formal, and the sponsoring of the Easter Basket Contest in which the sororities and fraternities compete. The baskets are taken to an orphanage in Alexandria. The continued growth and development within Epsilon Beta chapter is credited to its wonderful sisterhood and its ever-increasing list of achievements. Officers, Left to Right, Standing — Linda Cater, Recording Secretary; Marion Meador, 2nd Vice-President; Pat Litton, Corresponding Secretary. Seated — Tillie Andrus, Treasurer; Anne Clark, 1st Vice-President. Q0©9 First Row : JAYE LOU ALLEN TILLEE ANDRUS 1 RIETTA BALEER SANDRA BOATRIGHT TANYAU BRACEY SUE BRES Second Row : BARBARA BRIGHT JANET BROWN KAREN CARDWELL GINGER CARPENTER LINDA CATER ANNE CLARK Third Row: I VMETTE COBB GAIL COGBURN JANE CONLEY CAROLYN COUCH BARBARA CRIPPEN BARBARA DEAN Fourth Row: 1 RY JO DEAN (W EN DELOACH FRANCES NELLE ERW IN RUTH N FISHER POLLY FORD CAROLYN FRIIS Fifth Row: PATSY CASPARD MAR " } NN GILSON ELAINE GlNin BETTY HOWARD JUD ' i III GHES FRAN LEE PER Sixth Row: PAT LITTON CHARLOTTE McCAl I BETSY MA " i MARIAN MEADOR I VNICE N l.l l DIN Ml NETHERTON Seventh Row : CHRIS NEWSOME t vnn norm n l I W Ml PEm M VRSH PR TT I I. ON IF PR! DHOMNI CAMELLl V ROW EBEE Eighth Row: DORIS RICHARD PAT SANDERS i mi s roggs t.KKIO SHERROD II STINE SHIVELI I « n s| ,.i ETON Ninth Row : SI E mi nil -d VIRGIN! SI Ml! M I VFFORD DAR1 Nl N I li IEAN WALKER M M! BE III Willi Wl dN I i-nlli Rom : G AN EATH WILSON IACKIE WINN Rl III WottDW MiH Q] MAXINE COILE President BILL HILGER Man of the Year SIGMA KAPPA Chapter Name : Delta Mn Founding at NSC: 1959 Colors : Maroon and Lavender Flower: Violet Jewel: Pearl Sigma Kappa Sorority entered the Greek world on November 9, 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Before being installed into Sigma Kappa, the chap- ter was Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma. Philanthropy projects of Sigma Kappa are the Maine Sea Coast Mission in Maine, the Greek School for Girls in Greece, and a local project at the Natchi- toches Nursing Home. Sigma Kappa are active throughout the year beginning with the summer work- shop. The rush parties in the fall are followed by pledge projects, slumber parties. In the Spring, there is the annual Spring Formal at which time we announce our Man-of-the-Year, best pledge, and Miss Sigma Kappa. Following the Spring initiation is our annual Mother-Father-Daughter Banquet. Social functions with the various fraternities make the closing of the school year an enjoyable one. At this time, Sigma Kappas look back with proud memories of upholding their high standards and ideals and living " One Heart. One Way. " Officers, Left to Right, Standing — Charlotte Beel e, Registrar; Jerry Richardson, Treas- urer; June Ducote, First Vice-President; Kay Mcintosh, Corresponding Secretary. Seated — ( ail Corbin, Second Vice-President: Jerry Ann Vann. Chaplain; Peggy Arwood, Recording Secretarj . j0B t- _ 1 w J rL ' v fc £ WW T - J LjxL jhjI Irtr [ 1 First Row : PEGGY ARWOOD BARBARA Al TIN CECILE BACLE ELLEN BAKER CHARLOTTE BEEBE Second Row : ANDREE BORDKI.ON DONNA BRIEGEL BETTY BROW N DONNA Bl ' SH MAK " LYNN ( M.I.OW W Third Row: 1.1 CAPERTO.N THERESA CLEMKYs CARMEN (ODIN MAXINE COILE (. Ml. CORBIN Fourth Row: MARTHA CREED I ' KNN ' i CI M MINGS II NK 1)1 COTE CARLENE EDDLEMON M VR1 BETH GREEN Fifth Row: PAT GREER I WICK HAMETT PATRIC1 HEADRK K BEVERLY HINKLE1 LINDA Kl! MKI. Sixth Row: M WINK II NT KW McINTOSH I VROLE Mi KNKKIA I N McLEISH deann M W Kl N Seventh Row : I WIT PI (.11 llll I II -I I R INK1 I I.KK N RICHARDSON DONN RODG1 RS LENOR ROSEN III M Eighth Row : I N M HOW II I I Wl I SA! I I IND SCOTT (.1 I ND SM] III k KKN SNOl MM; Ninlli K » : ii i; K N R i km M w i; i i; l Mil ISSING 93 E S DOT WALLEN President DAVID JACKSON Man of the Year SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Chapter Name: Alpha Zeta Founding at NSC: 1928 Colors : Royal Purple and White Flower: Purple violet Jewel: Pearl Tri Sigma has been very active in this, its thirty-third year on campus. Tri Sigmas began the year with a most successful rush season and climaxed it with the traditional spring formal. Rummage sales, slumber parties, and summer work- shop have brought many unforgettable moments to Tri Sigmas. Sigma sisters have practiced giving, loving, and sharing their abilities, throughout the year, by par- ticipating in school functions, making victory posters, and decorating floats. The sisters also contributed to their national service project, the Robbie Page Memo- rial Fund. Since its beginning in Farmville. Virginia on April 20, 1898, Tri Sigmas have been dedicated to Academic progress, formation of enduring friendships, high ideals of personal conduct, and service to others. The sorority is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference and embraces forty-nine states and the District of Columbia with a membership of nearly 30,000. All of the sisters in Sigma Sigma Sigma are a warm, friendly, lovable group of girls who believe, " To re- ceive much, one must give much. " Officers, Left to Right, Standing: Donna Faye Ritchie, Recording Secretary; Barbara Rohinette, Treasurer; Fred Cadow, Corresponding Secretary. Seated: Carolyn Andrews, Vice- President; Ruth Richardson, Keeper of the Grades. § I © € First Row: BERTHA ADAMS MNDRA JO ADAMS PAT ALLEN SUSAN ALLEN ROSE ANN ALLEY CAROLYN ANDREW S Second Row : DIANNA ATKINS SYBIL A I TIN KAY BENNETT MARILYN BERNARD CATHERINE BERR GEORGIA BLAIR Third Row : BETTYE BOGUE KA " i BREWER N WCY BREWER VNNE MARIE BROUSSARD FREDA CADOW PAT COOPER Fourth Row: GLORIA GRAIN DELAINE DARBY BETH DEASON JUDY DOIRoN EARLYNE Dl W PAT ELMORE Fifth Row: BETTY LOU FLETCHER CAROL GIVENS SUSIE GUIDin LINDA H WSFORD KA HEINRICHS JOHANNA HULLS Sixth Row: W II I HUNT I I A JOINER SANDRA JOYCE III EEN KOLB l ' T 1 SUZANNE LEDOUX Seventh Row : PATS1 LOWDERBACK DAN l,( 1 l lit M M VSINGILL CATH ' i MISCHLER BARBARA NO " } ER I W PA1 I. Eighth Row : IERR1 I ' M I BI1 I II NN PENN} JO " i II VMBDN SI I III T ES Kl I II KM II UtDSON DONIN KM HIE Ninth Row: B KT. K ROBIN! I I I BOBBIE ROSHTO M K I II K M M IN M K I II SHR U J WKI S1B1 IA SAND} SMITH Tenth Row : SANDR -I MMI Kl IN II 1 i:i i II STROl I) l ' IKK I INK Mil I it 1 1 W ALLEN Mil INH TklN l K III RICH I Eleventh Ro« i D1ANN1 ZIMMERMAN 95 WINDY HARMON President ELIZABETH " LIZ " HARMON Siveetheart of KA KUKLOS A DELPHI Founding at NSC: 1959 Colors: Crimson and Gold Kuklos Adelphi social fraternity was formed primarily to eventually petition for membership in the national organization. Kappa Alpha Order. The men of Kuklos Adelphi picked this one goal to work toward because they earnestly believe in the Southern way of life, the Southern gentlemen and the high ideals of the Kappa Alpha Order. It has always been our greatest wish to bring a Southern fraternity to our campus, located in the heart of the South. The membership of Kuklos Adelphi has. in its three years of life increased from a mere handful to forty-one men. They are looking forward to even greater growth in membership and scholarship in future years. The group not only sponsored various social functions but also participated, for the third straight year, in the KA Charity Bowl football game (originated by KA in 1959), and took an active part in the extracurricular life of the college. Members of KA were active and prominent in student government, the military, and in honorarv. scholastic, and service fraternities. Officers, Left to Right: Buck Trussel, Treasurer; Don Meisner, Vice-President; Robert Dow, Secretary; Johnny Edgar, Historian and Reporter. £! MI fv 19 First Row : MORRIS ADGER CLARK ALDREGE CHARLES ANDERSON, III BLRT BATCHELOR LEONARD BLANTON Second Row : ROY WAYNE CARROLL JIM ON NELL LARRY DEAN ROBERT DOW RICHARD DOWDY Third Row: fOHNNl EDGAR MIKE FAl CHER TERRY FINDI.E IM M II GRAH l TOMM1 ll KMON I " in ih Row : WINDY HARMON l)EN |s HERRELL JERR HIERS DAVID JONES CLIFFORD LAMBERT Fifth Row: BOB LKW Is DON MEISNER OLIVER MILAM STl ART MITCHELL ) MORGAN Sixth Row : JOHN l BERR " i Nin PONTZ ( II VRLES II ROBER rSON HARin ELLEKS STEVE SHOWS Seventh Row : I Wll s SMITH HI CK HO SSEI Mlkl WEEGO JOHN WOOD PATRK K K WOODAL I ighth Row : Willi M Oi i. 97 ROY BOSTICK President BARBARA DEAN Sweetheart PI KAPPA PHI Chapter Name : Beta Omicroii Founding at NSC: 1956 Colors: Gold and White Flower: Red Rose Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was founded on December 10, 1904, at the College of Charleston, South Carolina. Beta Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has been on the campus of Northwestern since September 21. 1956. Previous to that date it was Phi Kappa Nu, a local fraternity. Pi Kappa Phi ' s participated in the Christmas Festival, collected for the Heart Fund, and was active in other activities throughout the year. The social highlight in the fall was the Rose Ball while in the spring the annual Spring Bar-B-Que was the main attraction. At the Rose Ball the new Pi Kappa Phi " Rose " was an- nounced and the Outstanding Senior and Pledge awards were made. This is Pi Kappa Phi ' s third year in their house. Living together has helped them come closer to the true meaning of a fraternal brotherhood. Members of Pi Kappa Phi who are active in Student Government include Ro- land McKneely — Student Body President. Roy Bostick — Senior Class President, and Jerry Willis — IFC President. Officers, Left to Right, Standing — Roland McNeely, Chaplain; Paul Rochette. Historian; Rayford Zeringue, Secretary. Seated — Roy Bostick, President; John Mize, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Russ Mclnnis, Warden. f Q Q ft Q ex First Rom : VINCENT AUTHEMEN I DONALD VYNE BATES ROY BOSTICK TOMMY BREWTON lioi! BROWNING Second Row : GEORGE CAMERON RONALD CANERDA1 SONNY CARTER ED CRAWFORD DON . ( ( MM1NGS Third Row: BOB CUPPLES DEI m: Dl RHAM TOMMY ELDERS TO l n GA1 ELLIS GEORGE Fourth Row : GAR1 HAKKINS I ' .l I ' CII HENDERSON DON JONES I ' .l I ONG KUIN M VTHEWS Fifth Row: ROLAND M.KMI ' .IA Kl SS McINNIS [OHN MI I KEMP MORG N I KK1 PARKER Sixth Row : I i N i N I N PEAR! I DEAN PHIPPS lii SSE1 1 PROTTl BILL RAINS l;l NN " i KM I - Seventh Row : i iiin Kit i I ' Al i ROI III I M KILL Kl 11 EDG1 i i;ki n i - 101 SI VRPIN LI " i Eighth Ko « : I VRR " i -II W JIMMi I — -IN i:il I llloM - ( II Ki ES VANN I im IN I! 1. 1 I I R Ninth Row i JERR ' i B 1 1 I I R U I KIM. I I 99 WILLIAM CARTER President MRS. MAXINE RAMBIN CARTER Rose of KIT SIGMA TAU GAMMA Chapter Name : Nu Founding at NSC: 1929 Colors : Blue and White Flower: White Rose This year begins Nu chapter ' s thirty-second year as a national fraternity. Sigma Tau Gamma was formerly Sigma Delta Tau on the NSC campus. The highlight of the year was Tau ' s annual White Rose Ball. At this time the " Rose " of the fraternity was presented along with the " Pledge of the Year. " Other major events were the Founders ' Day Banquet and the Sorority Ball sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma. Several annual projects of the Tau ' s have been their booth at the Christmas Festival and collecting for the American Cancer Society for which they received a certificate of merit. Always stressing social and academic development, the evidence of accomplish- ment can be seen in almost every phase of activity on campus. With a sponsor such as Joseph Johnson and a pledge class such as this year has produced, the future certainly looks bright and prosperous for Sigma Tau Gamma. Officers, Left to Right: Jerry Varnado, Treasurer; Jerry Berlin, Vice-President; Davis Bland, Secretary; Dickie Rogers, Chaplain. First Row : GARY ACKLIN JERRY L. AJNSWORTH JERRY BERLIN DAVIS BLAND W ILL1AM F. C. CARTER Second Row : GEORGE L. CELLES, III R. YNE CLE.MM ROBERT CORTINEZ GILBERT L. COSSE JAMES CRAB FORD Third Row: PEYTON CRAWFORD SAM DAUZAT TOMJVT5 EISENHA1 EB CHARLES FESTERVAND JERRY FOWLER Fourth Row: VLBERT FREDERICK GILLS GILLIAM R0BER1 GIMBERT V. VYNE GIORDANO JERRY HERNANDEZ Fifth Kow : KKF I M) { HAROLD I I;F. F KENNETH P. M. DANIEL, II DICK 1 ) MA EDD Mil 1 ER Sixth Row: 1K HAEL It. NOONE U F PARKER GLEJN PI VCOCK w m;i;i: fkice dk KIE ROG1 RS Seventh Row : DWM ROWZEE ROBER i i m;i n JFK in VRNADO l n ESTMOR1 USD II !UO R U W l Eighth Row : RODERK K II 01 M VND Faculty tthi or IOI w TOM NASH President SUE STEPHENSON Tan Ka t xi Epsilon Sweetheart TAU KAPPA EPSILON Chapter Name: Epsilon Upsilon Founding at NSC: 1957 Colors: Cherry and Grey Flower: Red Carnation Jewel : Pearl It ' s been another one of those fine years for all the Brothers in the Bond, but there has been a lot of hard work along with it. The beginning of the school year saw the E-l Tekes already at work on rush activities, mingled with a barbecue and a dance or two. At the home football games, they exhibited their presence with the ringing of the traditional TKE Victory Bell. At the University of Arkan- sas game, the NSC Tekes met with the TKE Colony at U. of A. and made it not such a bad game after all . . . And then there were the annual events: the Red Carnation Ball, the Spring Barbecue, and — of course — the Barfly- This year the Tekes also played Kuklos Adclphi in the Charity Bowl, an annual event for the fraternities in the field of football. As if this wasn ' t enough. TKE still had time to work with Alpha Sig on a Homecoming Eloat, and win 2nd place again for the second straight year. Whew ! Officers, I.kfi m Kk.ht. Standing: Dale Rubin. Sergeant-at-Arms; Stayton Oliver. Chap- lain; Carlos Clar, Historian; Glaus Connor. Pledge Master. Seated: Lee Thiel, Vice-Presi- dent; Sam Piranio, Secretary: Pat Malstrom, Treasurer. First Row : JOHNN " D 1 JERRY ARTHUR RICHARD ASHCROFT CARLOS CLAR OLAUS REAN CONNOR Second Row: SONN CRENSHAW ELMO DW B TERRY FURR I A NDELL HATCHER BOBBY HOWELL Third Row: HAlUn B . LAWSON PAT 1 VLMSTROM W VYNE NETHERLAND W VYNE NISSEN STAYTON OLIVER Fourth lii H : BOBB ' i PASTIRO SAM PER Win. JR. i-.nw hd I ' Kh i CALVIN REESE II I.IW1 KIK Illl Fifth Rom: JERRI THOM VS ROB] R rS DAI E PATRK K ROBIN lo IA RODES I WIES . HOW I SIDN1 DI -I RS Sixlli Kdu : TOM n i; STE ij i ( I KK M STRA1 II W I II I Illl I R i ni ia i 1.1; ( II BI ES WM KM P] Se enth ll«« : THOM VS B. III I I IK 103 flM ■« + «» .„, » W ...—. . .. — _____ ■ A THLETICS ■ First Row, Left tu Right: Robert Marshman, .1. M. Maricelli, Bob Martin, John Odom, Lonnie Harper. Ronnie Daigle, Nick Norcia, Darrell Mays. Octave Bernard. Second Row: Roger Williams, Walter Weaver, Gary Moore, Kent Willoughby. Troy Burch. Jimmy Aid- DEMONS POST 7-3 SEASON JACK CLAYTON Head Conch 1 C % STAF? o iol The Demons of Northwestern State College completed a successful 1961 season with a record of seven wins and three losses. Although losing three of the last four hall games, the ball team had to settle for a tie for third place with Louisiana Tech. At the beginning of the season, a coaches ' poll picked N. S. C. to place last in the Gulf States Conference. Managers and Trainers: David " ' Doc Evans, Gordon Reyn- olds, Don McCardle, and Bill Menard. redge, Thomas Mitchell, Tommj att. (.. Y. Zachary, Dickie Rogers. Third Row: Glenn Talbert, Roy Gentry, Jolinnv Norman, Jerry Guidry, Petej Veretl. Jerry Fowler, Herby Smith. Jerry Bur- ton, Donnie Kelly, Gerald Yarbrough, Kenny Thompson, Jackie Smith. FOURTH Row: Kenneth Hood, Steve Murphy. Gmxei Golvin, Donald Beasley, Ferrell Yarbrough, Charles Ragus, Wayne I trp, Melvin ( ox, Ronnie Burgess, l Moreau, Vic Stelly, Calvin Hinton. The I960 team hail a 3-6 record and during the entire year, scored only 82 points. But this year ' s team record was completely different. The Demons stacked up 249 points to 156 for their opponents. The Demons started the season with a six-game winning streak, which started and ended in Shreveport. First, we defeated Stephen F. Austin in State Fair Stadium in Shreve- port. At home we packed aua Mexico Polytechnic Institute. Northeast, and the 1 niversih of Corpus Christi. Then there was the short gallop to Pineville for a win over Louisiana College. The last of the winning streak came in Shreveport against i . S. C. ' s arch-rival, Louisiana Tech. After Louisiana Tech. we traveled to Little Rock, rkan- sas, and War Memorial Stadium. t pla hefore 43,500 fans. This was the poorest game of the season for the Demons, hut the loss to the Ka .orbacks was not a shameful one I later in the year, Arkansas was invited to plaj in the Sugar Bowl). Other losses were i McNeese State and Southeastern. When the Demons went to Hammond to plaj Southeastern, we were shot out of the scoring column for the first time during the season. I he Lions, who ranked fourth in the nation, were just too much for US. Bight seniors completed their playing careers at the end of this season. Thej are quarterback Dickie Kogeis. half- [OQ hacks Jimmy Aldredge and Troj Burch, fullback J. M. Maricelli, guard Boh Martin, and tackles Terrell Yarbrough. Octave Bernard, and Wayne Earp. The Culf States Conference coaches picked Head Coach Jack Clayton as " Coach Of the ear " . lso. Kenn Thomp- son, who was the second highest scorer in the Conference, made the starting lineup on the Ul-Conference Team. Coaches l in " Cracker " Brown, J;i -k Clayton, " Cajun " Ledet, :m»l Ernesl " Slim " llowtll. Walt tnliml N.S.C, CRUSHES STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 35-19 The Demons went to Shreveport to start the season off in a game that sports ' writers termed a " toss-up " , but Head Coach Jack Clayton had plenty of halfbacks up his sleeve to whom no one in the G.S.C. had given any thought. First, he used a transfer from Georgia Tech, Kenny " Stump " Thompson. " Stump " took the first touchdown over after Glen Talbert and J. M. Maricelli set it up; Nick Norcia ' s conversion was good. From that touchdown on, N.S.C. was off to the races. At half-time the Demons were ahead 20 to 7. The scoring for the night went to five men, Kenny Thompson with 18, Glen Talbert and Donald Beasley with 6 each, Johnny Norman with 2, and Nick Norcia with 3. Glen Talbert get his first touchdown for the year. Steve Murphy grinds out more yardage. DEMONIOS DERROTAN AL INSTITO POLITECWCO DE MEJICO Before a pleased Mom and Dad ' s Day crowd of more than 6.000 grid fans the Demons had little trouble wallop- ing a smaller but ever-trying Mexico Polytechnic Institute eleven by a score of 55 to 8. It was simply a better big team trouncing a smaller for- eign squad as Coach Clayton cleared his bench and gave everyone a chance to play. At half time the Demons led 28-0 With just three and a half minutes gone in the first half, Kenny Thompson drove over from the four for the first touchdown to climax a 41 yard drive. The most exciting run for the night came from Jackie Smith. Jackie intercepted a pass from quarterback Ernesto Riviera and zig-zagged his way back 30 yards for a touch- down. Touchdowns were scored by Kennj Thompson, Nick Nor- cia, Jerry Burton. Dickie Rogers, Gary Moore. Glen Talbert, Jackie Smith, and Steve Murphy. no IMI Atomufcia laili 8 ttm Qtelk WILDCATS TAKE FIRST DEFEAT FROM DEMONS, 7-6 With both N.S.C. and Louisiana College undefeated, the Demons traveled to Alexandria and handed the Wildcats their first defeat. The first touchdown of the game came in the first quar- ter with a one-yard play by Glen Talbert. Nick Norcia made the point- after-touchdown good: this point was the deciding factor at the end of the game. The Wildcats made their touchdown in the fourth quarter, then preferred to go for the two-point conversion, but failed. The Demons twice found the Wildcats within their own ten-yard line, but each time thev dug in. keeping the Cats from scoring. Defensive stand-outs were Octave Bernard, Peter Verrett, and Ferrell Yarbrough; Larrv Crow did an outstanding job in the back- field. J. M. Rfaricelli goes over on an eight yard sprint. Jftlonroe ng World INDIANS SCALPED BY NORTHWESTERN. 28 TO 7 In Natchitoches, we met the Northeast Indians in our first conference game. t half time the score board read 13-7 in the Demons ' favor. Kennj ' " Stump " Thompson had one " I bis besl nights, making the first two touchdowns. I be Demons played fine defensive ball all night, as shewn bj their intercepting six of the Indians ' passes. hen the game was over, NSC had 2. " ;; total yards to NLSC ' s I 111. I5ig J. M. Mai iii Hi gol his first touchdown of the year on an eight-yard sprint. Steve Murphj also got in the scoring col- umn with an L8-yard run. Nick Norcia and li " Hunli both go) two points for the night. " " Slump ' Thompson carries around right end with plenty f Indians on his tail. 1 1 1 Corpus Christ! Collet DEMONS WIN FIFTH STRAIGHT At home the Tarpons of Corpus Christi fell as our fifth straight victim. The Demons completely outmanned the Tarpons in a 57-6 conflict. The Demons scored eight touchdowns by eight different players. Touchdowns came from Stelley, Murphy, Maricelli, Norman, Thompson. Moore. Aldridge, and Williams. Terrific punt returns were made by " Stump " Thompson and Gary Moore, of 70 and 65 yards respectively. Utilizing three teams throughout the night, the Demons stopped the Tarpon ground attack cold, keeping them to a minus 45 yards for the night ' s effort. N.S.C. ' s P.A.T.s were as follows: Norcia 5, Rogers 2. Burch 2. The game with the University of Corpus Christi turned out to be a good work-out for the mighty Demons as they sharpened their spikes for Louisiana Tech. Donald Beasley shakes off Bulldog defense and runs around left end for a gain. ®fj? iRustfltt Daily l mbtt Jimmy Aldredge get short yardage against Tech. N.S.C. WRECKS TECH, 19 TO 7 The Northwestern State College Demons made Louisiana Tech their sixth victim before 27.000 fans at State Fair Stadium in Shreveport. The saucy win was Northwestern ' s first over Tech since 1958. Up until halftime Tech held us down by 7-6. Coach Clay- ton put his " chips " on freshman quarterback Don Beasley, who completed nine out of seventeen passes for 114 yards and a touchdown to Cary Moore. J. M. Maricelli got a touchdown midwaj during the third quarter to put the Demons ahead. From here on it was " all over but the shouting " . In the fourth quarter. Dickie Rogers ant a touchdown with 2 l ) seconds remaining. Don Beasley, for a fine nights performance received the " outstanding back " award. Defensive standouts for the night came from Jerry Burton, Jerry Fowler, Bob Martin. Thomas Mitchell, and the " " big daddy " of them all. Ferrell " Sneak " Yarbrough. Ili J ortfitoest Arkansas CtmeS PORKERS GORE DEMONS, 42 TO 7 With an unblemished record, the Clayton Crew went to Little Rock. Arkansas, to play the nationally-ranked Arkan- sas Razorbacks. The Demons ' lone score started when Lon- nie Harper fell on a fumble on the Arkansas 18. On the first play, Don Beasley hit halfback Glen Talbert on a four- ard pass play. Beasley then threw to Gary Moore in the end zone with a 14-yard pass, and the Demons had a touchdown. Nick Norcia kicked the extra point. Kenny Thompson was a bright spot in the game more than once. In one play, he took a punt around the Demon 10, drifted back inside the five yard line, and twisted his way past a mass of Red-jerse ed Hogs on a beautiful 5. ' - yard return to the Arkansas 46-yard line. Lonnie Harper ' l»ulls " ' hi waj down to the three-yard line Lake Charles American Press MtNEESE UPSETS N.S.C. HOMECOMING. 28-14 Tastin» defeat onlj once from Arkansas, the Demons thought they were rea l to take on McNeese. Before Noith- western could mark the scoreboard, the Cowboys had three touchdowns and a field goal in their favor. This defeal was the onk one suffered on the home soil. The big spur in the Demons side was Nolan Viator, who passed for two Cow- bo tallies and ran for another. Lonnie Harper barel) missed a touchdown as he took the ball down to tin- one-yard line. Steve Murphj did the honors and took it over. Larry Crow also gol in the scoring column for the Demons with a 7-yard touchdown. Jerry Fowler had a good da blocking extra points, re- covering fumbles and constantly being a thorn in McNeese ' s side. Gars Moore reaches in vain at ;i McNeese defender bata down the pass. ir 3Hje Bailij Abmxligtx U.S.L. STOPPED BY DEMONS. 27 TO 14 The NSC Demons regained their winning form in La- fayette as they defeated the University of Southwestern be- fore their own homecoming crowd. The first score of the game came in the second quarter from Glen Talbert as he went off right tackle for 24 yards. Before USL could move, the Demons had slipped Steve Murphy over for another six points. Then Stelly hit Aldredge with a pass for the two point conversion. While still in the second quarter " Stump " Thompson took a kick off three yards deep in the end zone, cut through the entire Buildog team, and went 103 yards for a sensational touchdown. The final Demon score came in the third quarter with a Stelly-to-Aldredge pass that went 37 yards. Outstanding players for the night were: Odom, Verret, Stelly, Smith. Tal- bert. Maricelli, Thompson, and Aldredge. Steve Murphy on a roll-out around left side. Wq? tEiwe - pactum e ,5 £ v. u 4V V , x . Kemiv Thompson i;ik ' the kickoff as Southeastem ' s Hull- dog close in. LIONS RUIN DEMONS ' CHANCES IN G. S. C. The final game of the season was played against the Southeastern Lions of Hammond. The Lions took away all our hopes for a share in the G.S.C. crown. Once-beaten Southeastern State. College rebounded from their loss to McNeese to defeat the Purple and White 19-0. This was the onlv game of the season in which the Demons failed to score. For the Demons. Kenny " Stump " Thompson was the only defensive sjmrk. lie ran for substantial gains all afternoon, often dragging SLC defenders behind him. In the line. Peter Verret and Jerrx fowler played their usual top-qualitj ball. A tremendous goal line stand was made b) Thomas Mitchell. John Odom and Charles Ragus as they held oil threats of other SLC touchdowns. Thomp- son ' s performance in this game and throughout the season gave him a spot on the AII-G.S.C. team. 114 Team Members, Left to Right, Standing: Tommy Mathis, Bill Stokes, Glenn Collie, Gene Wright, Emmetl Hendricks. Seated: Pete Clemmons, Sam Watt-. Truitl Weldon, Gayle Hatch, .knur- Hardin. Ken Moran. Noi I ' m ruRED: Walter Ledet. DEMON BASKETBALLERS HIT HIGH SCORING RECORD illi the return l (luce of last year ' s starters and tout lettermen, the 1961-62 Northwestern Male College basket- ball team started out the season with high hopes. Coach Hue) Cranford. assisted l Coach Phi] Haley, produced a high-qualit) team with winning ability, but the Demon roundball team Found it rough : i nj all the way, often bit- ting slumps which would cause them in lose several games before winning one. The final tall) showed Northwestern winning ten games and lo injj -eventeen — Coach Cranford ' s first lo-ii f_r season since he began coaching the Demons. Returning team members were James Hardin From Tioga, Ken Moran from Natchitoches, and Tomm) Mathis from Coushatta. Ml are lettermen who could be depended on foi experience. Newcomers included Glenn Collie, From Calverl City, Kentucky, and Freshman Emmetl Hendricks from Marthaville. Other valuable members of the Demon squad were Bill Stokes, Sam Watt-. alt. i Ledet, and David Cal- lowa) . H 5 issistanl Coach I ' hil Hale] and Coach 1 1 n - Cranford. Coach Cranford briefs the boys during a time out. BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD N.S.C 114; N.S.C 125; N.S.C 75; N.S.C 66; N.S.C 82; N.S.C 77; N.S.C 72; N.S.C 66; N.S.C 83; N.S.C 65; N.S.C 79 ; N.S.C 76; N.S.C 79; N.S.C 70; N.S.C 83; N.S.C 60; N.S.C 88; N.S.C 56; N.S.C 61; N.S.C 63; N.S.C 61; N.S.C 57; N.S.C 79; N.S.C 58; N.S.C 78; N.S.C 81; N.S.C 61; l i i sippi College .• Mississippi College Murray State College . . . Western Kentucky State . Kentucky Wesleyan Eastern Kentucky State . Stephen F. Austin State . Hamline Memphis State Louisiana Tech Stephen F. Austin State University of Southwestern . . . Centenary College Louisiana Tech Southeastern Louisiana College Northeast Louisiana State .... Louisiana College McNeese State College Nicholls State College University of Southwestern . . McNeese State College Nicholls State College Louisiana Tech Centenary College Southeastern Louisiana College Northeast Louisiana State .... Louisiana College 109 102 93 93 106 102 71 73 103 63 71 81 89 72 74 64 72 73 63 65 58 56 75 59 77 88 63 OVERALL 10-17; G.S.C. 5-6 ' Goose " Hatch jumps high for the ball. The 1961-62 team included stalwarts Truitt Weldon. Gene Wright, and Gayle Hatch in the starting lineup. All three of these men will not be playing next season because of gradu- ation. The " Big Greek " , Truitt Weldon, is a four-year let- terman who will be missed not only as a great Demon athlete, but also a striking personality. He was the leading scorer on the team, with a total of 389 points for the season. The 6-6 forward-center from Mt. Carmel hit. in 25 games. 45.6 per cent of his field goals and 69 per cent of his free throws. Weldon also led the team in total rebounds. Gene Wright, also a four-year letterman. took second place in total points scored with a season ' s tally of 313 points. The little guard, a fancy handler of the roundball, got off to a slow start, but ended the season as a spark in practicalh every game. Gayle " Goose " Hatch, a two-year letterman who transferred from Mississiippi State College, was able to play in only seventeen games because of injuries. Yet, he still was third high-point man. averaging 16.5 points per game. The tall center from Baton Rouge holds the season ' s record for the most points scored in one game: in the Ken- tucky Wesleyan game, he hit for 44 points. A fourth starter —Fete Clemmons from Brownsville, Kentucky — may also graduate if he completes his required courses this summer. The loss of these team members will surely be felt by the Demons next year. BASKETBALL- 1962 The Demon Basketball team opened its season with a saucy win over high-scoring Mississippi College in Clinton. Mississippi. The final score was 114-109 in an overtime period. Senior member Truitt Weldon stuffed in 30 points, with Ga le Hatch and Gene Wright hitting for 26 and 19 respectively. At halftime. the Choctaws led. but the Demons hit nearly 60 per cent of their shots from the floor. At the final buzzer, the game was stalemated at 102-102. In over- time it was Glenn Collie who pulled N.S.C. through with a final six points. The Demons ' first home game ended in a new school scor- ing record. This game, in which the Demons defeated the Choctaws 125 to 102. broke the old scoring record of 1950. In that year. N.S.C. beat the Barksdale Air Force Skyraiders 111-46. Gayle Hatch did the scoring honors by sinking 32 points. After Mississippi College, the Demons packed up their basketball shoes, got aboard the big purple bus. and went to Kentucky for a week. Their first encounter was Murray State, where the Demons lost to the Thoroughbreds. 93-75. For the Demons, freshman Emmett Hendricks from Martha- ville led the way with 18 points. A trip to Bowling Green left N.S.C. holding the short end of the score against West- ern Kentucky. 93 to 66. Weldon and Wright hit for 15 and 14 points respectively. High-scoring Kentucky Weslewm gave the local team another spanking: 106-82. That night. " Goose " Hatch made his highest individual score of 44 points. The fighting Demons suffered their fourth straight defeat at the hands of Eastern Kentucky b a high-scoring game of 1(12-77. Wright led the Demon scoring with 37 points. After a week on the road, the Demons won their second home game by a razor-edge margain of 72-71 against Ste- phen F. Austin. At halftime the Demons had a five-point bulge of 38-33. Pete Clemmons, Truitt Weldon, and Bill Stokes all hit in double figures of 19, li!. and 14 points re- spectively. Ibis slim victory margin was later avenged b a loss to S.F.A. of 79-71 in Nacogdoches, Texas. SOMEBODY get the hall! Sam Watts grabs a rebound. Gene Wright on one of his famous drives. The N.S.C. Demons went to Shreveport for the annual Gulf South Classic held during the Christinas Holidays. The teams attending the Classic were: host Centenary College. Hamline University, Louisiana Tech. Memphis State. Mississippi Southern. Murray State. South Carolina, and Northwestern. In the first game, the Demons lost to Hamline by a score of 73-66. In the consolation bracket, the Northwestern crew again tasted defeat from Memphis State. 108-83. The Demons, failing to get started in earl) games, settled for seventh place by defeating arch-rival Louisiana Tech by a slim margin of 65-63. On the Demon home court. N.S.C. opened its conference season with Southwestern. The Bulldogs gave the Demons their first home-court defeat in two years, by a score of 81-76. Glenn Collie and Gayle Hatch were high- point men for N.S.C, with 22 and 20 points. The Centenary Gentlemen next bounced the Demon crew, 89-79, in an overtime game. Once again. Glenn Collie stretched the nets for 28 points, but it just was not enough to win. Louisiana Tech. 0-8 for the season, received their first win over our quintet, 72-7(1. With a home court advan tage, the Demons beat the South- eastern Lions. 85-74. ■_ f E l WJkmmmJ . BBS f 34i ya BPVr 51Hf M m d A yvicH i mBT m m ' HL — ss JB W £ ■ j ; ; The Bis Greek goes up through a tangle of arms. Left: Tin- Itig Juni]). Hight : Somebody ' s rrovtdin ' me! The Indians of Northeast Louisiana Slate College gave N.S.C. a surprise defeat in the home g m by a slim 64-60 score. However, it was this surprise team which won its first G.S.C. crown. Truitt Weldon was high point man with 15 marks. At Monroe, the Indians handed the Demons their second defeat by an 88-81 margin. Wins were exchanged with Louisiana College — 88-72 here and 63-61 there. In the game at Natchitoches, three Demons hit in the twenties: Collie with 24. Mathis with 2. ' !. and Weldon with 22. Truitt Weldon was high-point man for the Demons with 19 points, but the Cowboys lassoed and pinned Northwestern to a 73- 56 conference loss at McV-t-c. t home, the Demons got revenge on McNeese by defeating the Cowboys, 61-58. Gene Wright scored the most points at 20. The game with M.S.C. was a see-saw affair, with the score being tied nine times. Northwestern won a 57-50 thriller over Nicholls State College on the I ' urple-and-White court. Accurate-shooting Truitt Weldon and Glenn Collie ' s free throw with four sec- onds remaining composed the margin of victory. This win greatly helped the Demons, who had previously lost to Nicholls. 63-61. The final home game for the Demon squad resulted in a victory over popular foe Louisiana Tech, 79-75. The home team played one of the most superb games of the season that night. Standin g ovations were given Truitt Weldon, Gene Wright, and Fete Clemmons, as thev played their final game in the Demon gym. Top: Oops!!! Kottom: The student park the stands for the Tech game. Top: Pete Clemmons fakes off the Wildcats. Bottom: Demons and Bulldogs fight it out under the back- board. H A S Iv E I It V L L - I ) (» 2 MO Freshman Team Takes First Place at N. S. C. Relays In the capable hands of Coach Walter P. Ledet, a spirited group of Demons started working early in the fall semester. This year ' s team was comprised mainly of freshman boys. ]%1 TRACK TEAM— Front Row, Left to Richt: Coach Walter P. Ledet, Jerry McGraw, Jesse Crooks (mgr.). Second Row: Billy Heckel, Eddie Taylor, Paul Simmons, Sam Jeansonne. Jr.. Jimmy Connor. Third How: Ronnie Tullos, Jack Legged, Henry McClure. John " Buddy " Hyams, Ronnie Daigle. Fourth Row: Bill Hyams, Roger Talbert, Larry Crow, Tommy Blake, Lynn Gaines, Tommy Mathis. Fifth Row: John Odom, Floyd Noel, Hilly Haynes, Jackie Smith, Steve Murphy. " Boo " Langinais. Sixth Row: Ralph Lemoine, Km Melborne, Bob Clark, Delberi Fambraugh, Jerry Burton, Glenn Talbert. graduation. 1 hese two boys also served as co-captains of the 1961 track team. One of the finest freshman distance men. Paul Simmons. ran 1:54.5 in the 880-yard run. This was just .2 of a second off the old record of 1:54.3, set in 1956 by Charlie Henni- gan. Jerry McGraw. a freshman from Daingerfield, Texas, broke the mile run record by 7.5 seconds. His time was no I) -I hi. i man, Paul Simmons. MILE RELA ' i TEAM ini to Richt: Roger Talbert, Tomm) Blake. Floyd Noel, Jackie Smith. 4:16.1. Jerry is also a good two-miler. He ran 9:54.2. which is just 2.5 of a second away from the school record. One of the brightest spots in the field events came from Eddie Taylor. Eddie, as a junior, broke the college broad- jump record with a distance of 22 feet. 11% inches. Then as a senior. Eddie, with plenty of desire, broke 23 feet. At the NSC relays he went 23 feet. 4 1 • inches. The oldest and probably the most coveted record is the 100-dash, which was set in 1 ( )32 l Erskine Cook (9.6). Henrj McClure, a freshman from Minden. came cr (lose- to this record with a 9.8 mark. Only two men in the history of this school have run faster. Henry also has a big job running on both the 140 and 880 relay teams. I his past year was a rebuilding year for the Demons. In the coming years N.S.C. should take ri again as the cin- der team of the Gulf State Conference. Sprint-men Sir - Murph and Glenn Talbert. Eddie Taylor, broad-jumper. l ii I 1961 BASEBALL TEAM Front Row, Left to Right: Jerry Net- tles, Herbie Smith, Julien Vienne. John Fisher, O ' Brian Smith. Mack Knotts. Second Row: Troy Burch, Frank Campasie. Houston Cade, Robert Bates, Thomas Mitchell, Frankie Jones. Tiiikd Row: Coach " Cracker " Brown. Robert Hatchet, Keith Wright, Denny Ivey, Mickey Fry, Tommy Baker, Chuck Hines. Roy Gentry, Coach McPherson. Bates Wins Berth on All-G. S. C. Team — Baker Top Batter The 1961 baseball Demons, coached by Alvin " Cracker " Brown, finished the season with a 7-23 record overall and a 2-13 mark in the Gulf State Conference. During the post-season games Coach Brown ' s team was plagued with the loss of several top players through injuries and scholastic ineligibilities. All-G.S.C. performers. Bob Welch and Denny Ivy. were among the players lost. The standout performer on the mound for the Demons Jerry INottles, outfielder O ' Brian Smith, catcher Robert Bales, Demon pitcher. was " Bullet-Bob " Bates. Bates, although having a 3-5 record, made All-G.S.C. with four of bis defeats coming by one-run scores. Other pitchers who performed well were Bonald Roy. and Don Scriben. ' I he leading batsman for the Demons was lorn " The Bomb " Baker of Natchitoches, with a .. ' ( 7 mark. This fine average earned him a position on the G.S.C. team. Other leading batsmen were Mack " Dago " Knotts, with a .322 average, and Julien Vienne, with a .2!!. " ) average. The men who made up the infield were Julien Vienne from lexandria, Herbj Smith from Shreveport, Mack Knotts from Castor, Tom Baker ol Natchitoches, and O ' Brian Smith From Shreveport. The outfielders wen- Jem Nettles and I homas Mitchell, both From Shreveport; and John Fisher From Detroit, Michigan. I he animal trip to Monroe For the Eastei rournament against some of the top Southwestern and Southeastern Conference teams was called olT because of heav rains. SCOREBOARD .N.S.C ; Jacksonville 3 N.S.C 2 Jacksonville 1 N.S.C 8 N.S.C Oklahoma Baptist Li. ... 10 N.S.C 6 3 N.S.C 0 1 N.S.C 0 Louisiana Tech 8 N.S.C 0 4 N.S.C N.S.C 2 ] . 3 3 N.S.C 2 1 N.S.C 1 N.S.C 3 Southeastern 10 N.S.C 1; Nicholls State 2 Y . 1 (i N.S.C 0 Louisiana Tech 1 N.S.C 4 1 Northeast 12 N.S.C 3 Northeast 6 N.S.C a ( Ientenary 2 N.S.C i Southwestern t 2 N.S. 5 Southwestei n I 2 N.S.C 3 Southeastern 8 N.S.C 1 Southeastern 13 N.S.C 4 McNeese 9 N.S.C 1 8 N.S.C 1 Louisiana lollege N.S.C 3 9 N.S.C 4 Ientenary N.S.C N.S.C 1 0 2 Conference games All Natchitoches product , left i right: lt n Gentry, Jolm Fisher, Tom Baker. Kneeling ia Houston Cade. 11 ' THE 1961-62 MEN ' S GYMNASTIC TEAM— Standing, Left to Right: O ' Neal Collier, Stan Sutherland, George Bostick, co-captain Jerry Ainsworth. Jerr Thiels, Cliff Lambert, Ross Blakesley, Wade Miller. Kneeling: Doug Harkness, I. W. Henderson, D. L. Monroe, co-captain Paul Jemison. Sittinc: David Cantrell, Robert Reynolds, Ben Pratt, Don Scott, and Ashton Langlinais. Ainsworth Receives " Outstanding Gymnast of the Year " Award The 1962 mens gymnastic team, under the direction of Coach John Piscopo and Assistant Coach Fredrick Martinez. is looking forward to another great year of competition. Their competition this year will take them to Baton Rouge for the Mardi Gras A.A.U. meet, to Lafayette for the South- western A.A.U. meet, to New Orleans for the Southern A.A.U. meet, and home to Natchitoches for the annual Mid- South A.A.U. meet. The team, headed by co-captains Paul Jemison and Jerrj Ainsworth, hopes to regain the winner ' s crown this year from Mid-South after losing il to the University of South- western last car. High-point men this year should he Jemison, Collier, and Ainsworth. Jemison is always a top contender: he can be depended on for a place on the still rings, the side horse, and his specialty, the parallel bars. The spearhead of the team is Jerrv Ainsworth. In L960, he was the Southern A.A.U. Champion in the parallel bars, high bars, and he was named Best All-Arotind. In the Mid-South A.A.U.. Ainsworth was chosen Ail-Around Gymnast and also re- ceived the coveted award of " Outstanding Gymnasl of the ear " . 114 From top: Don Willis, Doug Harkness, and O ' Neal Collier perform a " double-Lever " on the still rings. The Fountain of Youth as performed by the Men-of-Bronze. Who slued " Crisco " Ainsworth to the wall? THE GIRL ' S CYMNASTIC TEAM Sittinc, Lefi to Richt: Jud Mattox, Cecelia (Sissy) Car -r. Suzuko Seke, Delaine Darby, Pal Sylvester, JoAnne Neal. Standing: Nina Mosley, Janet Joan LeRouef. ike, .iinl Phe Demon gymnastic team, besides competing each year, also travels to schools throughout Louisiana to put on exhibition performances. This yeai - exhibition shows car- ried them to Bossier High, Bolton High, Woodlawn High, and others, rhese trips arc aimed al creating interest in gymnastics among young students in order to promote bet- ter physical fitness in our country, liter these High School exhibitions, the train then puts on a shov before the N.S.G students. This car ' s home show was the finest ever seen. The girls gymnastic team, which was organized in I960, is under the direction of Miss Iddie rhompson. I hi- yeai the girl gymnasts are being assisted b) Miss Suzuko Seke who i- doing graduate work al N.S.C. Miss Seke (Susie) has also taught at the I niversit) of [okyo. In 1956, she competed for her country of Japan in the Olympics. Due to an injury, she was unable to compete in I960. This year at the home show, the girls put on an exhibition for the first time. The girls will go into competition al the Mid South . .l . in the future. Il 5 " - It- Members, Left to Right: Tommy Talley, Tom Baker, Benny Morgan. ' 62 Links Team Has Great Expectations The 1961-62 Golf Team, coached by Earn- est " Slim " Howell, has a bright outlook on its season, despite the loss of two team mem- bers from the previous season. Tommy Wood- ward and Russell Ogilvie. Although only the fourth team in a number of years, the pres- ent team has expanded to a total of seven linksmen. They are as follows: Tommy Baker of Natchitoches, Jimmy Bowen from Colfax. Joe Martinez from Leesville, Benny Morgan of Springhill. Nick Norcia from Natchitoches. Tommy Talley from Leesville, and Billy Young from Bastrop. The bright spots in this year ' s team are Benny Morgan and Tom Baker. Benny is a Senior, four-year letterman, and Tom is a Junior, returning letterman. 1961 TENNIS TEAM— Kneeling: Earl Williams, Ronald Gammill, Jerry Payne. Sec- ond Kuw : Jerry Kireus, Steve Van Praag, John Lokos, Coach Cranford. NSC Netters Have Tough Season Northwestern ' s racket men found the going prettv tough in the G.S.C.. but the six men never stopped trying the whole year. Before going to the conference meet the team won several meets. This year should prove to be an excellent one for NSC, with a couple of plaxers being brought in and put on scholar- ships. The players on the 1961 team were Ronald Gammill from Texarkana. Texas. John Lokos from Ithaca. N.Y.. Jerry Payne of Bossier City, Steve Van Praag of Brook- lyn, N.Y., Jerry Kireus and Karl Williams of Shreveport. The tennis team is under the supervision of Coach Huey Cranford. 12( Cosse Named High-Point Man in ' 61 Intra murals The 1961-62 Intramural program was headed by Bobby Alost and assisted by graduate students Ray Timm and Veston Pourteau. Teams in contention for high-point trophy are Coonies. TKE, Untouchables. Sigma Tau Gamma, and R.O.T.C. Last years individual high point trophy went to " Budd " Cosse. " Buddy " has won the Badminton championship for two straight years. The winner in the gymnastics Ail-Around event has been a freshman for the past five years: Wade Miller (1962). Don Scott (1961). Pat Malmstrom (I960 1. Paul Jemison 11959). GYMNASTICS, FIRST PLACE WINNERS l.n ro Kk.ht: Wade Miller, Robert Graham, Richard Tew, Jaj Borman, Jimim Tafi. " Boo " Langlinais, Pal Malmstrom. FOOTBALL CHAMPS, THE I NTOUCHABLES— Lekt to Richt: Richard lew. " Buddy " Cossee, Robert Ortego, Tomm) Armstrong, l!ill deckel, and Coach Ii •! ! Cortinez. Standinc: Darrell K " . Wayne Foster, O ' Brian Smith. (Iill crt (! »-e. Sieve Van I ' raag, Bobbj l).i Don Truly, and John Holliday. h . VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS, llll MIGHTS SIX Front, Leo r Richt: Dann) Brubacher, James Waul and Freddie Sheppard. Back: Mike Gaines, Pal Thompson, ge Masters and Jack Womack. Itobln AJosi explaining 1 1 • « rules before tlie Gymnastic meet. INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Li Richt, Firsi Row: Dannj Rowzee, ' Han- Connor, Percj Morrow, Carlton Herpin, I i- ■ I I I inn- . 111. 1 Don Fowler. Second l!n« : Leonard Miller, Assistant l rector; Raj Timm, Floyd Noel, and Mike Weego. tf PQ i MH CQ 1 MILITARY CADET STAFF — Left to Right, First Row: Cadet Colonel John Mays, Corps Commander; Honorary Cadet Colonel Rita Mclnnis, Corps Sponsor. Second Row: Cadet Lt. Colonel Don Fowler, Cadet Lt. Colonel Jack LaBoa, Cadet Major Cahin Reese. Third Row: Cadet Majors Mike Hyams, T. A. Roberts and Roland McKneely. Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Glenn Kramel. R. O. T. C. AT NORTHWESTERN This year the Reserve Officers Training Corps celebrated its eleventh birthday on the Northwestern State College cam- pus. With an enrollment of over 250 members, the Corps stepped off the new year with a " bang. " The cadets partic- ipated in almost all of the extracurricular activities which contributed greatly toward making ROTC one of the leading organizations on campus. This year ROTC is the defending intramural team cham- pion. Last year the cadets won the intramural team trophy for accumulating the most points in all of the intramural sports. The well organized Black Knights, the Corps ' fancy drill and precision marching unit, upheld its fine reputation as a " top-notch " drill team in representing NSC in public activ- ities and intercollegiate competition. The drill team partic- ipates in the national Cherry Blossom Festival in Washing- ton, D.C., March Gras Festival in New Orleans, and Holiday in Dixie activities in Shreveport. The NSC Homecoming and the Christmas Lights Festival are local events in which the team participates. A good performance was also turned in by the ROTC Rifle Team. The rifle team won the majority of their matches against some of the top rifle teams in the nation. Among notable accomplishments last year was a fourth place win in an annual meet at Kingsville. Texas. Northwestern ' s military fraternity. The Robert E. Sylvest Company of the Association of the U. S. Army, continued its perennial programming of interesting events to the cadet members. The fraternity meetings were highlighted by in- formal talks from recently commissioned graduates home on leave from their army duties. The cadets continued the Corps ' tradition of performing the daily flag-raising ceremonies, and also functioned in the annual Veteran ' s Day taps-flag ceremony. This ceremony honor s all American dead of all the nation ' s wars. The ROTC sponsors, chosen by the cadets for their beauty and personality, assisted with the construction of the Home- coming float, which won first-place honors for the second consecutive year. The sponsors also help in compiling the Corps scrapbook and they attend all Corps drills and func- tions with their respective companies. One of the outstanding social events for the cadets is the Annual Military Ball. Other special events are the annual in- spection by Regular Army officers and the annual awards ceremony. 130 Captain Marion Burns and Major Thomas Gleason, Assistant PMS Ts. The " Brass " for this year was headed by Cadet Colonel John Mays. Battle Group Commander. Deputy Commander was Cadet Lt. Colonel Donald Fowler, while Cadet Lt. Colonel Anthony Jack LaBoa served as Executive Officer and Com- mander of the Black Knights. Cadet Majors on the staff were Calvin Reese. Thurman Roberts. Roland McKneely and John Hvams. Commanding the five companies were Cadet Captains John Fisher ( Hq. Co.); Milton Peterson (A Co.); Jerry Winn IB Co. I : Dickie Rogers (C Co.); and Larry Crow (DCo.l. The Northwestern State College Reserve Officers Training Corps offers a course of instruction aimed at instilling in cadets leadership qualities necessary for attaining a commis- sion as a second lieutenant in the U. S. Army Reserve. This instruction provides the cadet with a foundation upon which he maintains high academic and leadership standards. After four years of drills and classes and upon completion of col- lege, the cadet is presented with his " Gold Bar. " LT. COLONEL L. E. JAMES, INF. Professor of Military Science and Tactics Instrurtion and Supply : Sgt. William S. Walker, Sfjt. Alva I " iin. i. SEC John W. Marcuni. Administration Staff: Mrs. Joyce Burkhaltor. M Sj;(. Kohert I). Herring, SIC Wane! Brister. C5 .• j . -j MISS LEAH STOREY Sponsor First Row, Left to Right: Cadet 2nd Lt. Trussel, Cadet Captain Fisher, Hon- orary Captain Storey, Cadet 2nd Lt. Nash, Cadet 2nd Lt. Schamber. Second Row: Guidon Bearer, Huey; Yocum McCormic, Smith, Dennis, Montgomery Briggs, Townsend, Monroe, Farthing Third Row: Mins, Chopin, Franks, Bos well, Lippincott, Luttrell, Schwartz. Harrison. Fourth Row: Scruggs, Har relson, Sage, Netherland, Price, Bar ridge, Matthews, Cupples, Cloutier Fifth Row: Gilchrist, Turner, Chance Reynolds, Perdue, Malone, Stevens Clegg. Sixth Row: Krause, Bryan, Har grove, Hammond, Antilley, Holleman, Sers, Cummings. First Row, Left to Right: Cadet 2nd Lt. Cely, Cadet 2nd Lt. Fowler, Cadet Capt. Peterson, Honorary Capt. Blake, Cadet 2nd Lt. Dowden. Second Row: Freeman, Bearer, Sutherland, Gimbert. Robertson, Miller, Bates, Shaw, Caner- day, Dennis. Third Row: Kennedy, Lockridge, Davis, Stark, Chalfant. Brown, Maxwell, Bates. Fourth Row: Jarrett, Addison, Fambrough, Willis. Rains. Nolley, Masson, Corley. Fifth K i : Newman, Wallace, Boudreaux, Smith. Haire. .Mitchell. Brickell, Boze- man. Sixth Row: Stacy, Cole, Elders, Wintersteen, Vann, Cloud, Gray, Put- nam. Seventh Row: Cadet 1st Sgt. Dotv. MISS KANITA BLAKE Sponsor MISS SALLY LEE Sponsor First Row, Left to Right: Cadet 2nd Lt. Blake, Cadet Capt. Winn, Cadet 2nd Lt. Westmoreland. .St. Andre. Second Row: Canfield, Guidon Bearer; Ledet, Bonial. Johnson, Bonner, Cobb, Graham, Bartell, Simmons, Albritton. Third Row: Conerly, Berry, Lee, Crowford. Bates, Sistrunk, Savant, Finley, Wynn. Fourth Row: Manning. Dixon, Shelton, Carroll, Ragan, Murphy, Harrell, Beau- doin, Blount. Fifth Row: Fisher, Milam, Ragan, Rives, Burke, Davis, Lee, M Mullen, Graham. Sixth Row: Squibb, Weffenstette, Maddy. Kelly, McKee. Not Pictured: Junot. First Row, Left to Right: Cadet 2nd Lt. Boyd, Cadet 2nd Lt. Rice, Cadet Capt. Rogers, Cadet 2nd Lt. Thiels. Cadet 2nd Lt. Ware. Second Row Simonson, Bailey, Morgan, Crone, Mil ler, Gay, Brasell, Smith. Hutledge, Nis sen. Third Row: Johnson, Cox, Cousins Marks, Kolb, Clemons, Giordino, Wall- Malone. Fourth Row: Fowler, Caplis Dyck, Jones, Chancy. Vincent, Gaspard Robichaux, Wimer. Fifth Row: 1 ' rud hommc, Bamburgh, Hough, Roberts Helms, James, Crew, Stephens, Card well. Sixth Row: Arthur, Maddox. MISS JAMS PAUL Sponsor COMPANY B COMPANY C COMPANY D RIFLE TEAM MISS SUSAN ALLEN Sponsor First Row, Left to Right: Cadet 2nd Lt. Hughs, Cadet Capt. Crow, Cadet Lt. Weaver, Cadet 2nd Lt. Durham. Second Row: McNeely, Guidon Bearer; Hardin, Smith, Cox. Fulco, Mouton, Gordon, Boyd, Baremore, Patterson. Third Row: Senn, Lowe, Crawford, Champion. Bodenhamer, Bolyer, Harp, Barr, David. Fourth Row: Traigle, Huson, Dupre. Shaw. Wyninger, Rhinehart, Asbell. Wildeboer, Ritchie. Fifth Row: Batch- elor, Knotts, Burke, Martin, Maxey. Barnum. Henderson, Schuetz, Cum- mings. Sixth Row: Cadet 1st Sgt. Childress, Lee, Klotzbach. The ROTC rifle team performed well this year in defeating a majority of the teams they faced in both the shoulder- to-shoulder and postal matches. This year the team fired against tough compe- tition such as the University of Wiscon- sin, the University of California, Illinois University and Purdue University. Members of the N. S. C. Rifle Team are: Gerald Freeman. Bill Lee. Cadet Team Captain David Jarrett, Marrion Asbell. James Minis, Garvin Senn, Rich- ard Shaw, Prentiss Hough, John Klotz- bach, Glyn Corley, Carson Haire, Sidney Sers. John Bryan. Sam Stacy. M SGT. FRANK L. WILSON Rifle Team Coach WM A fancv drill executed bv the Black km-lii- The Black Knights in a " Star Formation. BLACK KNIGHTS North western ' s Black Knights, commanded by Cadet Lt. Colonel Jack LaBoa. continued to add lustre to its reputation as one of the outstanding marching and drilling units in the South — and in the country. Again the nation ' s capitol saw the Black Knights from Northwestern State College win a highl) respectable placement in the fancy drill competition at the National Guard Armory in Wash- ington. I). C. Squad leaders for this year ' s team are Cadet Major Calvin Beese. Cadet Ma- jor T. A. Roberts. Cadet Second Lieutenant James Boyd and Cadet Second Lieutenant Paul Ware. Maj or Thomas Gleason. Arm) staff member, served as the Black Knight advisor and M Sgt. Robert Herring. Arm) staff member, served as the team coach. Left to Right: Cadet Lt. Col. Anthony J. LaBoa, Commander; Cadet l-l Sgt. Jimmy Childress. Guidon Bearer. Reading from bottom to top iartin i on rifiht: First Row: T. A. Roberts. Ronnie Stevens. Clyde Cloud. Ronald Harrelson. William Cummings, Harvey Cupples, ilber McKee, Weldon Gordon, Robert ( " rone. Second Row: Jimmy Boyd, Clinton Marks. Herbert Graham, Arthur Sutherland. Ashford Card- well. Robert Graham, Thomas Putnam, Robert Crew, Gilbert Bou- dreaux. Tuikd Row: Calvin Reese. Clyde Patterson, Leonard Miller. Douglas Chance, Jimmy Bartell, Milborn Gaspard, Robert Nissen, Cadet Lt. Col. Jack LaBoa. Commander. Charles Boyd, Perry Burke. I ' m him Row: Robert Ware, William Vddison, Perry Bra-ell. Charles Turner, Charles Canfield, James Scruggs, Ronald Canerday, Glenn Connerley, Tommj Bonner, James Watts. CO F «pN h— I PQ 3 ORGANIZATION m T FRESHM VN COUNCIL. Left to Right. First Row: Jo Ann Salter, Sheron Lowrey, Vivian Richardson, Miss Myra Gulledge, Baptist Stu- dent Director. Second Row: Dr. Marie Dunn, Faculty Advisor; Lau- rie Hand, Jan Drown. Dana Roy Sanders, Freshman President ; Edgar Bryan, Douglas Quinn. Bro. Roy Flurry, Pastor Advisor. Third Row: Sharon Barton. Carolyn Ortego. Marilyn Lowrey, Johnny Skinner. Lee Dickson. Connie Pence. Sandra Calhoun, Shirley Benson. The Baptist Student Union is the Baptist Church minis- tering to the college community. The B.S.U. at Northwestern came to he in 1927 and is sponsored by the Southern Bap- tist Convention. In its membership are all of the Baptist students on campus. It functions to remind each student of his responsibility to Christ, his church, and his denomina- tion, and of his obligation as a Christian citizen to the world in which he lives. The Baptist Student Union strives to deepen the spiritual lives of its members by enlisting them in the activities of the local Baptist churches. Pictured here are the members of the Executive Council and Fresh- man Council. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, Left to Right, First Row: Donald Bush, Betty Anthony. Jo Nell Rodgers, Nathan Luce. Second Row: Dr. Marie Dunn, Faculty Advisor; Roland Booty, Roy Farmer, Glenn Wilkins, President; Aline Fuselier, Brent Fleming, Brother Roy V-, 1st ' V . i 1 Flurry, Pastor Advisor. Third Row: Linda Corley, Nancy Ricks, Hoyet Chance, Elizabeth Hennigan, John Bolin, Aline Mayes, Clin- ton Blue. Johnnie Mae O ' Neal. Jessie Crooks. Clarene Prewitt, Miss Myra Gulledge, Baptist S tudent Director. - [ The Newman Club is an organization of Catholic stu- dents of non-Catholic campuses. Its purpose is threefold: to strengthen the religious, to deepen the intellectual, and to enrich the social life of the Catholic college student. The Newman Club at Northwestern State College, in conjunction with the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Student Center, ac- complishes these three ends with the presentation of a com- plete program of religious services, various non-credit courses — such as theology, philosophy, apologetics, basic- Catholic doctrine, marriage, and others — and many varied social activities. The major function of the Newman Club is to help the Catholic student pursue his studies in a Chris- tian wav. OFFICERS, Left to Right, Seated: Murph Belgard. President; Theresa Catteruccia, Secretary; Judy Wild. Treasurer. Standing: Charlie LHstafano, Vice-President; Father O ' Brien, Ed Billiot, Mai -hall, Joe Dow. Historian. NEWMAN CLUB Members, Left to Right, Fuist Row: Sherrj Moss, Pauline Van Mol, Carolyn Zuvich, Georgia Chaplin. Martha LeVasseur, Jams Eharh, Cllbie Rivers. June David. SECOND Row: Cecil Chopin, George Olivier. Yinee Cuellar, Maxine Rogee. John hitaker. Janel Sauve, Camellia Re-uel en, Margie Ramhin. Jud Wild. Tmiiu Row: Gary Sepulvado, Robert Spillers, Davis Cranford, Mi-Kin Cern, Mar- tha Barker, Carlo- Clair, Jean Guillory. Cindy Fitzgerald, Pat Brous- sard. Janice Freeman. Standing: Father O ' Brien, John Distefano, Joseph Dow, Verna LeBoeuf, Charles Distefano, Murph) Belgard, Edgar Billiot. Theresa Catteruccia, Teddv Buras. Boh Welch. ■ • I ifr r CANTERBURY CLUB Ml. MBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Father Bean, Bob Patout, Frank Gilchrist. James Boyd, Alan Fernbough. Bill Winterrowd, Father Julian W. Jones. Second Row: Eileen Kolb. Mary Sperstap, Pat Sylvester, Gale Cogburn, Oren Adams. Mrs. Townsend, Karen Barnes. Esther Broussard. Not Pictured: Sally Gibson, Martha Grunwald, Sandra Boatright. Jinks Coleman. Betty Howard, Priscilla Jones, Marsha Pratt. Donna Erickson, Carol George, Fred Fontenot. Don Purdy, Eddie Ness, Kay Mcintosh. Kathy Hynson. Kit Carson. OFFICERS DON PURDY President GALE COGBURN Vice President CATHEY HYNSEN Secretan The Canterbury Club, an organization for all Episcopal students, began as the Young People ' s Service League in 1928. In 1941. it became the James C. Morris Chap- ter of the National Foundation of Canter- bury Clubs. The purpose of the club is to develop and to guide the spiritual life of the stu- dents. This is accomplished through dis- cussion, study, worship, recreation, fellow- ship, and cooperative worship. The activities of the Canterbury Club consist of a Mid-Winter Southern Confer- ence, a State Convention, an All-College Conference, and joint activities with other clubs. OFFICERS IU lk - jfM lUs. ( KAY SMILEY Group Moderator I w t a B0B J0NES Vice M ° deratoT |i Tf± l£ JadSB Xm;V| SUE OWEN Senate Representative MARGIE FARQUHAR Secretary The creation of fellowship, fostered by group projects that emphasize Christianity in the lives of young people, is the funda- mental aim of the Presbyterian Fellowship % m jgj Ra fl BL on the college campus. Members learn in detail about the over- all program of the Presbyterian Church by participation in weekly group discus- sions, and by actual contribution to de- serving community institutions. Last Au- gust, three members of the NSC fellowship — Glenda Rland, Charles Almeda. and Mary Sue Owen — were representatives at the NaCoMe Conference for all southern MEMBERS, Left to Right, Firsi Row: Kay Jones, Julia Mahoney, Marjorie Farguhar. colleges. Billie Jean Champion. nn Davis. Second How: Linda Humphries, Linda Nadrchal, The spiritual director of the group is the Mar) Sue Owen, Kay Smiley. " I ' looler " Cooper, Sidney Dovvden, Harberl . Smith, Tim u Berry, Robert Reeves, Charles Umeda. Reverend Percy Hagan. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 140 The Wesley Foundation is a part of the Church Universal at work on the college campus. Our purpose is to cultivate a growing Christian Faith in the lives of individuals who make up the college community. We feel that our Christian Faith challenges us to worship, witness, study, and join in fellowship. The Wesley Foundation is sponsored at N.S.C. by the Methodist Board of National Missions and by the Methodist Churches of Louisiana. The Council members who appear on this page guide the program of the organization. Activi- ties are held at the Wesley Foundation Building under the supervision of an ordained Methodist minister. ■ COUNCIL MEMBERS, Left to Right. First Row: Glenda Wal- ters, Allen Doughty, Franklin Ajitilley, Mar) Groll, Milton Guttier- ! • . Marj Blackman, Edwinn Kelly. Second Row: Frances Nell Erwin. Man ' Purcell, Jean Wineinger, Bonnie Wineinger, Kailn Janes. Judith Jones. Third Row: Samm) In. Roger William-. R l - ert Marshraan, Glenn Robison, Janie Jones, William Perry, Ken Mr- Daniel, Raymond Sanders, Bett) Kelley. Noi Pictured: Ronald Johnson, Judy White, Pat Gray. • • V WESLEY FOUNDATION The group gathers in tin 1 hack yard of the Wesley Foundation House. 14I OFFICERS VIC STELLY President JACKIE SMITH Vice President LARRY CROW Secretary J. M. MARICELLI Treasurer FRANK READY Sgt.-at-Arms N Clubbers are found in all Demon sport . First Row: BoIj Hair-.. Troy Burch, Jerry Burton, Houston Cade, Billy Clemmons, John Fisher, Ronald Gammill, Tommy Grafton, That ball is MINE!!! CLUB S T Coach Walter LeoVt, ! Cluli Sponsor Clubbers at play. Jerry Guidry, Phil Haley, Jamea Hardin. Charles Hines, Kenneth Hood, Prank) Jones, Jerrj Kircus, John Lokos. Second Row: .1. M. Maricelli, Robert Marshman, Bob Martin, Tommj Mathis, Henrj Mc- (Nmc, Jerrj McGraw, Thomas Mitchell, (.an Moore, Kenneth Mo- ran, Bennj Morgan, Steve Murphy, Floyd Noel, Johnny Norman, John Odom, Jerrj Payne, Ronald » . Third Row: Don Scribner, Paul Simmons, Herbert Smith, O ' Brian Smith, (.Nun Talbert, Ri falbert, Earl Williams, Jerrj Wren. The " Y " Club is an organization of athletes whose mem- bership consists of those men who have lettered in an one 01 four major sports or in an one of the three minor -.j n u |- and have been recognized as winning that award through the annual " N " (lluli calling each Spring Semester. The purpose ol the " N " Club is to promote in ever) propei and constructive a the athletic interest ..I North- western State College among it- students, faculty, alumni and friend- ... to stimulate true Demon -| irit . . . and to foster a more perfect union based upon the mutual friend ship and common ideals among ilie wearers ol the " N. ' 43 : OFFICERS, Left to Right: Buddy Cosse, Ralph L. Bates, Carlton Herpin, Jerry Fowler, Don Truly. PHI EPSILON KAPPA Phi Epsilon Kappa is the only national professional fra- ternity for male students and teachers of health, physical education, and recreation. This fraternity was founded at the Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union of Indianapolis, Indiana, on April 12, 1913. With the installa- tion of Beta Chapter at the American College of Physical Education in Chicago. Illinois, on May 7, 1920. Phi Epsilon Kappa took its first step toward becoming a national fra- ternity. Alpha Pi Chapter was installed at Northwestern State College on April 28, 1951. One of the primary objectives of this fraternity is to ele- vate the standards, ideals, and ethics of those engaged in teaching in the fields of health, physical education and rec- reation. MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Charles Favrot, Douglas Harkness, Lynn Dalton, Ralph Bates, Rohert W. Foster, Buddy Cosse, Duane R. Slaughter. Second Row: Carlton Herpin, John Lokos, Mack Knotts, Don Truly, Milton Peterson, Ronnie Heckel, Jerry Fowler. Membership in this organization includes all women Health and Physical Education majors and all interested women minors. Honorary members become such through worthy contributions to the department and by the vote of the club. Purposes of the Club include the development of closer relationships among the members, the creation of more in- terest in Health and Physical Education, provision for fun and companionship and the furtherance of professional in- terest. This organization is governed by an Executive Council which consists of the officers, the class representatives and the sponsor. The officers include the President, Vice Presi- dent. Secretary-Treasurer and Reporter. The representative group is composed of one member from each class voted into this position by class membership. P. E. M. CLUB OFFICERS, Left to Right, Seated: Carolyn Roberts, Vice Presi- dent; Mi s Violet Da ion, Sponsor; Ellen Baker, President; Gladys Killman, Secretary-Treasurer; Bonita Bennett. Reporter. STANDING: Kit Carson, Jr. Representative; Carolyn Boydston, Sr. Representa- tive; Vieki .Myers, Soph. Representative; Jinks Coleman, Fresh. Rep- resentative. MEMBERS, First Row: Jane Magee. Kate Thibodeaux, Sara Jar- rell, Clarice Morvant, Kathleen Wade, Alannah Petty, Peggy Watson, Doiothy Copeland. Marie Hall, Frances Leach, Betty Blount. Shirley Baldwin, Ann Walker, Delane Darby. Second Row: Charlotte Beebe, Freda Cox, Julia Mahoney. Mary Jean Groll, Yolanda oung. Jaekie Winn, Pat Sylvester, Martha Kennedy. Patsy Damico, Ellen Baker. Jo Lynn Strickland. Jinks Coleman, Maxine Mifflin, Dale LeBeouf, Betty Haley, Gwen Marler, Bonita Bennett, Pat Mathews, Gladys Kilmam. Carolyn Roberts. Thiud Row: -Margaret Russell. Nancj Daniel, Carolyn A. Boylstun. Sammy Sanford, Peggj Jean Higgs, Kit Carson. ieki Myers, Man, Dumas. FLAMINGO CLUB MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Dot Copeland, Judy Smith, Sandy Hunt, Bar- bara Martin. Second Row: Sharon Cornell, Janet Fruge, Sanfora Hames, Carmen Co- dina, Jeanne Van Peene. Third Row: Becky Alphin, Barbara Haley, Bobbie Rodrigue, Ellen Baker. OFFICERS ELLEN BAKER President BARBARA MARTIN Vice President CARMEN CODINA Reporter The purposes of the Flamingo Club are: to acquire skill in aquatic activities such as synchronized swimming and diving, to provide an extracurricular club for those students interested and skilled in aquatic activities, and to sponsor water shows and demonstrations on and off campus. It is the policy of the organization to present one major show on campus and several off campus during the school year. The faculty sponsor and instructor of the group is Mrs. Betty Walker. MEMBERS, Left i Right, First Row: Dorothy Graiser, Cynthia Phillips, Virginia Marshall, Linda Hansford. Ann Johnson. Vicky Ye-t. Second Row: Charlotte Heche, Sue Maiincaux, Peggy Watson, Jo Ann Ned, Carol 1 o. Third Row: Suzuko Scki. Martha Cotton, Linda Thorn, Dr. Nelken, Elizabeth Council, Gladys Kilman, Ronnie Suggs. OFFICERS LINDA THORN President VICKIE TEACUE Vice President MARTHA COTTON Secretary-Treasurer GLAD i 1 S KILMAN Costume Coordinate LINDA HANSFORD Costume Coordinate DR. COLLEEN NELKEN Director The Contemporary Dance Club was or- ganized under its present constitution in the Spring of 1957: however, there have been performing dance groups at NSC as far back at 1934. The purpose of the Club is to further participation and interest in modern dance by giving advanced dancers an opportu- nity to perform. This year the members of the Contem- porary Dance Club performed for the High School Dance Workshop, Gymnastic Team ' s Home Show, Physcal Education Section of the Louisiana Teachers ' Associ- ation Convention, College Dance Sym- posium, and interdepartmental operetta. THE CONTEMPORARY DANCE CLUB 146 Alpha Beta Alpha is the only national, coeducational, un- dergraduate Library Science Fraternity in the United States. The major purpose of the fraternity being to serve as a recruiting agency for librarianship. the members are required to take at least six semester hours of Library Sci- ence. Established on the N.S.C. campus as the Northwestern State College Library Club on January 17. 1946, the pro- fessional fraternity was later renamed the Scharlie E. Rus- sell Library Club. On May 3, 1950, the nationwide organi- zation of Alpha Beta Alpha, the American Librarians ' Fra- ternity, was established, with the N.S.C. club as Alpha Chap- ter. There are presently over twenty-five chapters in the United States. PLEDGES, Left to Right, mvndim.: Dolores Blake, Carol Chance, Benny Brady. Georgia Chapman. Lois Johnson. Seated: Bettj Hig- gins, Annie Kelly, Mary Ann Bankston, Gloria Crane. ALPHA BETA ALPHA MEMBERS, Left to Right, Seated: Lester Crooks, Pat Ross, Linda Buie, Mary Pun ell. Vnn Mathews, Patsy West. Standing: Dr. Eu- gene Watson, Bill Hilger, Linda May t. Judj Bell. Linda Corley, Glynn Peninger, Qarene Prewitt, John W I. I 47 Hfss i. rm The N.S.C. Roughriders is a rodeo club organization founded in April, 1961. by a group of N.S.C. students inter- ested in rodeo. Each year the main goal of the club is to put on its Spring Rodeo, demonstrating the riding skills of not onlj the club members, but of those attending North- western State College. Unlike many competitive sports, rodeo is a co-educational sport in which each participant not only strives to do his best, but to help his opponent to perform well. Though a young organization, the N.S.C. Roughriders is a growing one with extensive plans for the future. OFFICERS, Left to Right, First Row: Raymond Fulco, Parlia- mentarian; Jerry " Country " Thiels, Treasurer. Second Row: Jerry Harkins, Secretary ; Pee Wee Wells, Vice President ; Jim " Cowboy " Cox, President. N. S. C. ROUGHRIDERS MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Jerry Thiels, Jimmy Gen- try, Ray Fulco. Barry Corkern, Jim Coleman, Lonnie Willis, Carolyn Klein, Dee Wheeler, Justine Shively. Second Row: Harry Hunt. Lynn Dalton, Carroll Slaton, Jack Caplis, Frank Foot, Jerry Harkins, Shirley Tarver, Anita McGlathery, Larry Parker. Third Row: Bill Bridges, Freddy Lindsey, Johnny Glass, Butch Graham, Terry Furr, Joe Caplis, John Kirkland, Kit Corson, Pee Wee Wells, Richard Langlinois. Fourth Row: James Holley. Bill Kalenski, Elmo Da i . Rita Hampson, Frank Hampson, Byron Malone, Anne Peterson, Jim " Cowboy " Cox. xL tA f L,,. i: W Bela Beta Beta is a national honor society for students of the biological sciences. It emphasizes a threefold program: stimulation of sound scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological research. Beta Beta Beta was founded at Oklahoma City University in 1922 and is presently numbered at over 125 chapters. Begun at Northwestern State College as a local organiza- tion. Beta Phi Alpha, it became Delta Theta Chapter of Beta Beta Beta in 1949. Tri Beta members, well known for their exhibits which are placed in the Biology Building, attempt to combine a program of work with enjoyable relaxation. OFFICERS. I. mi to Right: Bobby Slack, President; Hoyet hance, Treasurer; Carolyn Morgan, Secretary; Carroll Slack. Historian. Noi Pictured: David Henry, Vice President. BETA BETA BETA MEMBERS, Left to Rk.iit, First Row: Uonnie Haddox. Harold Cleveland. George Krumm. Second Row: Nancy Davis, Tommy Car- son, Walter Ledet, Jr., Billy Whitehead. Third Row: Carolyn Moi gan, John Finery, John Barkate, Ray Sitkiewicz, Phil Klesius. Fourth Row: Brenda Bridges, Ollie Thames. Carroll Slack, Mr. Comhs. (,erald tkin-. 1 ' inii Row: Rile) Calhoun, Harry I [fel- low, John Bolin, Bobb] Slack, Hoyel Chance, Rodnej Calhoun, Sid ne Matthews. Davis Players, the oldest official dramatic organization on campus, strives to develop talent, cultivate a taste for the best in drama, and foster the cultural values which dra- matics develops. All students are encouraged to participate in College Theatre, through which work requirements for membership in Davis Players are fulfilled. Because of the vita] interest displayed in theatre and the standards of qual- ity exemplified in productions, the club was instrumental in securing the N.S.C. chapter — Delta Eta Cast — of Alpha Phi Omega, the largest of the national honorary fraternities for college dramatics. Membership in this fraternity is the high- est honor bestowed in dramatics at Northwestern. OFFICERS, Left to Richt: Billy Thomas, President; Dr. West, Mr. Magers, Sponsors; Dennis Folds, First Vice-President; Carolyn Friis, Second Vice-President; LaNae Rowell, Secretary; Ann Johnson, Treasurer. DAVIS PLAYERS .MEMBERS, Left to Right: LaNae Rowell, Ann Johnson, Gloria Damico, Tommy Talley, Dennis Folds, Milton Tarver, Robert Reeves, Bobby Guin, Billy Thomas, Carolyn Friis. Martha Geyer, Barbara Juneau. DEMETER CLUB MKMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Frank Foote, Wayne Bennett. Kent Bennett. George Olivier. David Vanderlick, A. J. Smith. H. J. Young, Sponsor. Second Row : Wilfred Broussard, Ralph Fell. Department Head; Riley Calhoun, Rodney Calhoun, Homer Mattock, Hartwell Young, Lynn Butler. S. W. Nelken, Dean of Administration. Third Row: Odis Donald ( obb, Leland Whitlock, Clifford Krouse, Clenn Conerly, Scott Taylor. I MEMBERS, Left to Right, Firsi Row: Judith Mistich, Nelda Kxm Rigdon, Dottie Bucknei Jeanne Nan Peene, Mary Blackmon, Jimmie Lee Brown, Sandra Greene, Charlotte McCalla Kayla Bernard, Nancj Griffin, ka B85ffi58, Charlene I rban, JoNel] Rogders, Uine Fuseliei Janet Tooke. Second Row: Lavon Fuller. Sara Bilberry, Ganeath Wilson, Betrj Sue Yelverton Sarah Ellen Ferguson, Shiela llwlc Mar) Lou Lilly, Tommie l!al - . Elizabeth Vnn Payne, Caro Ivu Corley, Cheryl Brunson, Lavette Ward. Barbara Teer, Judj xm Collins. Third K : I hai lene Morace, .lave Lou Vllen, Jane Conley, Vudrej J is, Ka Mcintosh, Sandra Calhoun Georgia Blair, Bettye Lou Fletcher, niia Rose Thedford, Don-. I. Cranford, Priscilla Jo Jones Liz Hennigan, Joyce Carroll Marj Robertson. Fourth Row: (Catherine Richie, Wanda Lou Dowden, nn Parrot, Uice Kuhn, Cubic Rivers, Bettj Jones, Annabel] Specht, Johanna Hulls lean Walker, Betrj Kelley, EUTHENICS CLUB OFFICERS JAMES K M!B President I MES LOFTIN » ice President KENT BENNETT Secretary-Treasurer I VMES J VRRETT Sergeant-at-Arms II. I. YOUNG Sponsoi The Demeter Agricultural Frater- nitv - named after Demeter, the ancient Greek goddess of Earth and all vegetation — was organized Octo- ber 18, 1924. It was begn at South- western Louisiana Institute. Lafay- ette, Louisiana, by Dean .1. L. Fletcher, then head of the Agricul- ture Department. From a small group of right members, the Demeter Club has expanded into a national organi- zation with three chapters and a total membership of approximately one thousand. This year, the local chapter inau- gurated an Agri Day in April, at which time certain farm machines were exhibited and a beef shoot u,i- held. OFFICERS k VI McINTOSH President CHARLOTTE Mc M I I i I ■■ e Pi ■ sident WANDA DOWDEN ..2nd Vice President M KY LOU LILLY Secretary k U I BERN HD Treasure) ALINE M i F.S Parliamentarian I YE LOU ALLEN Reporter The Euthenics Club of Northwest- ern State College, in affiliation with the Louisiana 1 Ionic Economii a sociation and the American Home I • ' .( -onomics Association, was organ- ized in 1 ( »2( . Since then it has be- come one of the outstanding depart- mental dubs at NSC. The pui poses of the I uthenics Qub are: To promote professional spirit and cooperation, to foster sociability, to develop culture, to p tote -. hoi- arship, and to develop leadership. The moto i : ' " «■ believe in minds that think, hearts thai love, and hand- that work. " Euthenics implies better li ing. «5 BACTERIOLOGY CLUB OFFICERS OLLIE THAMES President JOHN A. BARKATE Vice President Z. D. MEACHUM, JR. Secretary-Treasurer RAY SITKIEWICZ Reporter The Bacteriology Club was organ- ized in April. 1958. with Dr. Rene J. Bienvenu serving as sponsor. The membership consists of all graduate and undergraduate students majoring or minoring in the field of Bacteriol- ogy. The club is an educational or- ganization which features seminars by guest speakers and club members, participation in local and regional scientific meetings, and social events. Most of the students in the club are also active participants in the re- search programs of the department. The addition of this curriculum is indicative of the progressive nature of the Department of Biological Sciences at Northwestern State Col- lege. MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Selvestion Jimes, Z. D. Meachum. Marily Boeker, Artha Vaughn, Billie Slatten, George Krumm, Charlie Kolb. Second Row: Benny Barridge. William Brundage, John Finerty, Ollie Thames, Ray Sitkiewicz, Phillip Kesius, John Barkate, Rene J. Bienvenu, Sponsor. OFFICERS ARLETTE McCASLAND President LAURA McLEISH Secretary FRANCES CAMPBELL Treasurer MARY MANITZAS ...Reporter-Historian MILDRED JOFFRION Publicity Chairman ELAINE CHANDLER . .Sonal Chairman The Student Louisiana Teachers Association of Northwestern campus is an organization for the purpose of teacher orientation through a democratic system of self improve- ment. It is, in a sense, a subchapter of Louisiana Teachers Association and reaches for the same goals of an idealized profession. Through S.L.T.A. future teachers practice the arts of following and leading under the supervision of their own govern- ing members. S.L.T.A. serves as a body for learning through the proc- ess of association with interested peers and builds perceptive teacher- citizens. S. L. T. A. mf s %0 M ' WS.tt I MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Helen West, Jo Ann Powell. Wynn Reynolds, Frances Campbell, Elaine Chandler, Lindel Hagan, Gwenda Bracknell, Helen Cheatwood. Second Row: Hayward Hargrove, Mildred JorTrion, Kalhryn Roger . Melba Stephens, Opal Midkiff, Linda Mavet. Linda Buie, Laurance B. Schauf, rleiie McCasland, Laura McLeish, Viola Pugh, Jimmy Willis. Third Row: Judith Hughes. Coldaree Smith. Barbara Mattingly, Sandra Greene, Neval Hilton, Marx Manitzas, Mary Lynn Pietsch, Nancy Jo Melroy, Billie Jean Hamburg. Hixie Hayes. 5 Kappa Delta Pi. an honor society in education, was or- ganized in 1911 for the purpose of encouraging high pro- fessional, intellectual and personal standards, and of recognizing outstanding contrihutions to education. Mem- bership is offered to all persons who exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship. Gamma Phi chapter, begun on the N.S.C. campus in 1934. annually presents programs in which guest speakers from the various departments on campus are called in to speak on projects in which they are involved. On the Christ- mas program, several international students gave talks on how Christmas is observed in their homelan ds. This year, an Honors Banquet was given in conjunction with Phi Kappa Phi and Beta Beta Beta. OFFICERS, Lli i to Richt: Linda Corley, President; Uine May-. Vice President: Tillie Cuok-ton. Treasurer; Dr. Leonard Fowler, Fac- ulty Advisor; Glenn Peninger. Secretary; S. L. Slack. Historian. KAPPA DELTA PI MEMBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. John A. Jones, Suzy Seki, Neval Hilton. Willie Dale Nix, Laura McLeish, Tommie Raley. Peggy Swor, Peggy Browne, Brenda Bridge-. Aline Mayes. Second Row: Linda Corle , ISct- May, Norma White. Kathleen Gallespy, Marie Dunn. Jeanette Bynum. Maxine Penny, Mary Esther Rober- son. Joan Booty, June Ducote, Margaret Vckel. Third Row: Johanna Hulls, melia Hill. Glynn Peninger, Mrs. Olga Webber, John Jones, Jud Hughes, John Harvill, William . Durand, Wanda Dow- den, Joyce Carroll. Back Row: R03 McCoy, L. F. Fowler, Vddie Thompson, Mrs. L. F. Fowler, Carrol Slack. DESERET CLUB PHYLLIS ROM) President OLAUS CONNOR ice President LINDA MUSE Secretary-Treasurer IIMMIE ANN MATHENY Social Direct,,, OFFICERS The Deseret Club of Northwestern State College was organized in 1958- 59 upon recognizing a vital need in the lives of young men and young women of Northwestern for affiliation with the Church, and others members of their faith. The club is sponsored by the Educational Department of Brigham oung University under the direction of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The objectives of the club 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 so- cial and spiritual development in an atmosphere in harmony with the standards of the Church. ANN RUTHERFORD President MARTHA GRUNWAL D Secretary LYNN SPEIGHT Treasurer JUDITH GLASS Judge OFFICERS Under the guidance of Dr. Olindo Secondini. Latin students at N.S.C. formed the Louisiana Classical League to stimulate an interest in classical matters and to provide Latin students an opportunity to learn more of Greek and Roman culture than is possible in the classroom. The Classi- cal League encourages young people in an appreciation of the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, and gives them understanding of the debt we owe the ancients for our cultural inheritance. All persons interested in the objectives of the Louisiana Clas- sical League are eligible for mem- bership. MEMBERS. Left to Rk.iit, First Row: Phy McGee, Jimmie Ann Matheny. Seco.nd Row: Rninl, Cecelia Carver, Linda Muse, Carroline Sam Methvin. Jerrj Ainsworth, Olaus Connor. MEMBERS. Left to Rk.iit: Judy Glass, Donald Worth, Martha Grunwald, Melinda Watkins, Anoc Rutherford, Dr. Olindo S econdini, Lynn Speight. LOUISIANA CLASSICAL LEAGUE i54 PHI KAPPA PHI The National Honorary Fraternity of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 and the Northwestern State College Chap- ter was established in Julv. 1953. The purpose of the societx is the recognition and encouragement of superior scholar- ship in all fields of stud . Requirements for membership in Phi Kappa Phi are ex- hibition of sound character and a 3.3 grade average. Mem- bership is open to second semester juniors, seniors, gradu- ate students, alumni, and faculty who have shown distinction in their fields of study. Juniors must be in the top five per cent of their class and seniors must be in the top twelve percent. OFFICERS DR. RITH BRUxNER President DR. W. G. ERWIN I ice President (RMA STOCKWELL Secretary-Treasurer FACT LTY MEMBERS Dr. Leo T. Allbritten. Dr. William F. Beyer. Dr. Rene Bien- venu. Jr.. Kalherine Bridges. Dr. Ruth Bruner. Mrs. Mice Chopin. Dr. Elsie Church. Miss Dorotln Cohen. Dr. Alan Crosby. Dr. C. E. Dugdale. Dr. Marie Dunn. Dr. Waldo Dunnington. Dr. W. G. Erwin. Miss Pauline Johnson, Mr. Grant Kenner. Miss Eve Mouton, Miss Mary R. Ronson, Miss Irma Stockwell. Dr. Paul Torgrimson. Dr. William . Tomwall, Mr. Hal Townsend, Dr. George Ware. Dr. Eu- gene Watson, Mrs. Mary Weller. Dr. Edna West, Mrs. Mat- tie S oodward. Standing, Left to Right: Glynn Peninger, Cathey Mischler. Gail Pierson, John Mays. June Ducote, Clarene Pruitt. Kathleen Gallaspy. Seated: Betty Lou Jacobs, Joan Booty, I aura McLeish, Glenda U al- ter-. 155 Pi Omega Pi is a National Honorary Business Fraternity, the purpose of which is to establish and maintain the ideals of scholarship, 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 constructive social and educational activities of the organization. The first chapter of Pi Omega Pi was established at State Teachers College. Kirksville. Missouri, on June 13. 1923. Since that time more than 160 active chapters have been established. The local chapter. Alpha Nu. has been active on the N.S.C. campus for many years. OFFICERS, Left to Right, First Row: Helen Cheatwood, Chap- lain; Jeanette Khan. Treasurer; Peggy Turner, Secretary. Second Row: Allen Holland, Reporter; Steve Carroll, Vice President; Gor- don Williamson, President. PI OMEGA PI Members, Left to Riciit, First Row: Judy White, Helen Cheat- wood, Ruth Self, Jackie Brantley. Second Row: Sue Marioneaux. Jeanette Khan. Peggy Turner, Jem Ann Richardson, H. M. Towry, Jr.. Sponsor. Third Row: Edrell Lacombe, Lee Thick I ' liil Adams, Allen Holland, John Stahl. Fourth Row: Willard G. Martin. Car- roll A. Presley, Wayne C. Giordano, Gordon Williamson, Joe Caplis, Steve Carroll, Donald L. Phillips. Reuben George. Gamma Rho Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Frater- nity of America, established on the N.S.C. campus May 2o. 1911. serves these purposes: to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students in music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. With these aims in mind. Phi Mu Alpha presents an annual All-American Concert jointly with Sigma Alpha Iota, and presents concerts to high schools around the state. Membership in Phi Mu Alpha includes music majors as well as non-music majors who are highly interested in music. PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS, Left to Right: George Gilcrease, President; Patrick Vidrine, Vice President; I. re Thirl. Ili-turian; Don ilkins. Secre- tary; Millon Nix, Executive Alumni Secretary; Dr. Torgrimson, Fai ulty Advisor; Larry Eddy, Treasurer; Billy Thompson, Warden. MEMBERS, Left to Right: Patrick Vidrine. David Williams, Lynn Edmond Huey, Jr., John Milton Nix, George Gilcrease, Don Wilkin-. Larry Eddy, Lee Thiel, Gordon Ferguson, Dr. Paul Torgrimson. ™ w 4- r ' m M 4 f m. r W - _ -Sfr k PLEDGES, LErr to Right, Front Row: Sherry Moss, Susan Shef- field, Dianne Marshall. Back Row: Diana Aldrich, Leonie Prud- homme, Katherine Norman, Donna Rogers, Kay Owens, Beth Dea- son, Thellie Levee, Clarissa Carter. Sigma Alpha Iota, an international professional music fraternity for women, was founded in 1903. at Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Beta Iota chapter at N.S.C. is celebrating its eleventh anniversary. Fraternity purposes include upholding the highest ideals of a musical education, raising the standards of productive musical work, developing American music, and promoting a stronger understanding of music between foreign coun- tries and America. Membership is open to music majors who have faculty recommendation and show excellence in scholarship and musical ability. Chapter activities include monthly musicales. receptions for music students, faculty, and performers, and an All- American Music Concert given jointly with Phi Mu Alpha. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA MI- ' .MBERS, Left to Right, First Row: Jerry Vann, Sandra Sha- han, Nelwyn Norsworthy. Second Row: Linda Johnson, Linda Field- er, Sandra Hash. Third Row: Carol Moore, Kathleen Gallaspy, Cathey Janes. Fourth Row: Nancy Ricks, Betsy May Scoggins. Betty Anthony. I 5 8 ■■i RADIO CLUB MEMBERS, Left to Right, Standing: John Distefano, Davis Bland, Don Woolsey, Barry C lem- mons, Mr. Weffenstette. Seated: James Black, Gale Cogburn, Frank Adams. MEMBERS, Left to Right, Standinc: Floyd Judd, Ken McDaniel, Sam RusselL Glenn Robi- Bon, .1 i ■ 1 1 1 ■ t Boyd, Mayo LaCour, Bill Winterrowd, Seated: Donna Ritchie, Freda Cadow, Bar- bara Chapman, I " Vnn Wise, Gail Cogburn, Judj Doi Not Pictured: Charles Doty, Marion Meador, George Harrison, Charlotte l ' ;iie. Carol Gipson, Sharon I Iwin, Dr. Rhoades, Dr. Noel, CHI GAMMA PHI OFFICERS FRANK ADAMS President ROBERT BARRETT ice President JAMES BLACK Treasurer The NSC Radio Club was formed to foster the hobby of " ham " radio. It is well known that the knowledge and skill of the amateur radio oper- ator is an asset to the nation in time of war and peace. Amateurs stand ready to set up communications in time of disaster or any emergency. The Club has as its purpose, to fur- nish an opportunity for persons in- terested in this hobby a place to meet and share their experiences with others. The Club sponsors code classes and theory classes to help others to qual- ify for their licenses. The transmitting equipment is ac- cessible to all licensed hams and is under the trusteeship of Mr. Walter Weffenstette in the Industrial Educa- tion Department. OFFICERS GLENN ROBISON President JIMMY BOYD I ( " « e President (Chemistry} GEORGE HARRISON I ice President (Geolog) ' ) SAM RUSSELL. Vice President (Physics) GALE COGBURN I ' e President (Employment) In order to instill a professional pride in chemistry, geology, and physics. Chi Gamma Phi a inau- gurated in the latter part of the spring semester of 1 ' H 1. 10 be eligi- ble for membership, a student musl have completed four semester-hours of either chemistry, geology, or physics. Besides science demonstra- tions gi en 1 the members them- selves, several guesl speakers appeal throughout the yeai to acquaint the members with the professional ami industrial opportunties of geology, hemisti . and phj sics. Pacult) sponsors for Chi Gamma Phi are Dr. James Rhoades in chemistry, Dr. James Noel In geology, and li. Floyd Judd in physics. J 59 » - r JI f .• • 4 777£ STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATION The Northwestern Student Nurse Association is a unit of the National Student Nurse Association through member- ship in the Louisiana Association of Student Nurses. The N.S.C. unit is composed of sophomore, junior and senior students in nursing on the Baton Rouge, Pineville and Shreveport clinical campuses. The sub-organizations within the individual campuses also serve as the local student gov- ernment structure. The officers on the Baton Rouge campus are: President. June Grimmer; Vice President, Ruby Carlile: Secretary, Brenda Malone; Treasurer. Sue Hogg. The officers on the Shreveport campus are: President, Joy Ann Albritton: First Vice President, Jeannie Houser; Sec- ond Vice President, Anita Bradberry; Secretary, Janice Ad- cock; Treasurer, Mar) Lou Carter. June Brimmer of the Baton Rouge campus is treasurer of the State Association for 1961-62. I ' I NEVILLE CAMPUS, First Row, Left to Richt: Bonnie H. Chance, Geraldine Gremillion, Catherine Distefano, Mary Damico, Beth Moore, Nova Lee Phillips. Laverne Mitchell. Cail Ford, Mary Lou Carter, Betty Rougeau, Joan Barker, Betty Jean Caraway. SEC- OND Row: Errol Lil] McRae, Juanita Strickland, Nancy Martin, Mabel Smith. Annie L. Suggs, Jeannie Houser, Dorothy Andries, Ginger Hunt, Lillian Dupree, Anita Bradberry Billie Cryer, Carolyn Bernard. Barbara Dawson. SHREVEPORT CAMPUS, Fnxsi Row, Left to Right: Shirk) Spratt, Nelia Shaw, Dorothy Dombourian, Luisa Johnson, Shirley Lavespere. Loree Geter, Dorothy Thomas, Peggy Smith, Verlene Vyres, Joy Albritton, Glenda l . Anthony. Second Row: Patti Pro- phet, Vonda Sue- Howell, Rachel Tripp, Winona Wheeler, Karen Johnson, Wanda k.-a. Mimi Tilvurne, Aunt- Turner. Sara Smith. Third Row: Carole Chapman, Sandra Boyd, Susan Cooper, Jud Wells, Dorothy Borland. Grace Bielkiewicz, Marilyn Blunt, Marva Wildeboer. Fourth Row: Sue Welch, Linda McLin, Linda Willis, Sunshine Palmer, Frances Pi le . Pat Livingston, Joye Morgan, Eliz- abeth Price, Sue Barton, Jane Plummer, Martha Geyer, Sandra Kelly, Merle Payne, Louise Russell. Fifth Row: Linda Crow. Kath- erine Byrd McDaniel, Shirlej Jeane, Judy Be-t. Yo-unne Ho a-. Linda Lattier, Judj Harwell, Sadie Burdue. Sixth Row: Janice Adcock, Myrna Eason, Janice Watts, Elizabeth Walker, Rebecca I rews, Gayle Ferguson. Barbara Humble, Patricia Cline, Judy Hall. Jud Odom, Patsy Goughton, Sue McCain. Virginia Pollard, Charla Ainsworth Martha L. Burton, Ruth Gremillion, Judith Jones. yv BATON ROUGE CAMPUS, First Row. Left to Rk.iit: Lucille Jeansonne, Linda Hodgeson, Carolyn Region, Margorie McCIoikI. Betty 1). Poirrier, Juanita C. Key, Brenda B. Malone, Sue Hogg, San- dra Marx. Judy Coker, Valerie Charles, Jane Dudley, Jod) G. Ber- geron, Barbara Fairchild, Barbara Morgan, Maureen Andrews. Sei ond How: L ' -ah William-. Rul» Carlile. Glenda Bland. Jerrice Prince. Carmen Peevy, mi Todd. Mary K. White, Brenda Sara lYIyles, Sharon Burkhalter, France- Jordan, Karen Trew, Gayle Coco, June Grimmer, Carline Kinj;. Juanita Moore, Mona Vmrhein, 1 ia Durham. oi k k: -.(i u it(»m vmi i m i k i u»i m HELP! I.IJI. IW l . i; IDI l : Ci •- . .1 % ACADEMIC sr SYLVAN NELKEN Dean of Administration FRANCES ELLEN PORTER Dean of Women THE DEANS The five men and women, the cleans, who are responsible for the happiness and gen- eral welfare of the entire student body of Northwestern State College, have numerous and time-consuming duties on our campus. Sylvan W. Nelken, Dean of Administration and Chief Fiscal Officer, is involved in all the business operations of the college. The Dean of Women, Frances Ellen Porter, works closely with the Assistant Dean, Lucile M. Hendrick, in guiding the social and academic phases in the women students ' lives. Responsibilities of the Dean of Men, Dudley G. Fulton, range from assisting with the college ' s social program to giving counseling aid outside the academic area of the school. In addition, he advises the social fraternities and handles disciplinary and financial problems. Dean Fulton ' s close co-worker is Leonard 0. Nichols, Assistant Dean of Men. DUDLEY G. FULTON Dean of Men LUCILLE M. HENDRICK Assistant Dean of Women LEONARD O. NICHOLS Assistant Dean of Men CLARENCE E. DUGDALE Dean of Arts and Sciences HILDA C. BURINHAM Dean of Nursing ROBERT II. EASLE1 lh mi of Applied irts and Sciences THE ACADEMIC DEANS Northwestern State College is divided into five schools, each administered by a dean, whose job it is to see thai theii respective schools accomplish their standards ol instruction and to offer guidance to the students of their schooU. The five schools and deans are: The School " I il- and Sciences, headed h Dean Clarence E. Dugdale; the School of Nursing, headed 1 Dean Hilda C. Burnham; the School of Applied Arts and Sciences, which is supervised 1 Dean Robert H. Easlev: the Graduate School, headed by Dean Leo T. Allbritten; and the School of Education, under the capable guidance of Dean John A. Jones. LEO T. ALLHKNTEN Dean of Graduate School JOHN V. JONES Dean of School of Education 1(H) ■ jA. iA ft ' - " 1 ' V Ipsf - j| t s fcs t] w i»j ■A !P k . ».—. in Sk- JOE WEBB Alumni Placement Secretary LONETA (;RAVES Auditor HAL TOWNSEND Director of Men ' s Housing ROY CLARK Director of News Bureau WELDON WALKER Purchasing Agent OTIS CREW Registrar ADMINISTRA TIVE SERVICES TANDY W. McELWEE Director of Testing Service THOMAS HENNICAN Director of Audio Visual Service Center 1JO THE DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULTY ACRICVLTIRE Left to Right: H. J. Young; Ralph V. Fell: Hal E. Townsend; (Varley Young not pic- tured) . iRT Left to Right: Grant F. Kenner; Orville Hanchey; Roger Welchans. BACTERIOLOGY In i ro Right: I " .. K. Sobers; Rene J. Bien- venu : .ii lej F, J oung. ' 7 ' Kalpli l.ll Orville Hanchej Kill) ' 111. n . mi W. G. Erwin 3 S. John B. Robson Guy Nesom BIOLOGY First Row, Left to Right: George Ware; Ralph M. Combs. Second Row: Richard E. Garth; Earle Crow; W. G. Erwin; Roderick Jutland; Doualas A. Lancaster. BUSINESS First Row, Left to Right: N. B. Morrison; Ruth Bruner; Willa Dean Hamby; Janell F. Rue; H. N. Towry, Jr. Second Row: Allan T. Steele; John M. Schober; William J. Walter; Robert H. Easley; S. W. Robbins; Joseph W. Johnson. EDUCATION First Row, Left to Right: John B. Robson; Raymond McCoy; Caesar B. Moody; Lisso Simmons; Leo T. Allbritten. Second Row: John A. Jones; William F. Beyer, Jr.; James A. Lyles; Leonard Fowler. Third Row: Edwin E. Wheeler; Eric L. Thurston; Tandy W. Mc- Elwee; Not pictured: Thomas Hennigan. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Firsi How, Left to Right: Betty Walker; Colleen Nelken; Violet Davion; Melba O ' Quinn; Addie Thompson. Second Row: John Piscopo; Duane Slaughter; Paul Marx; Bobb) Alost; Guy Nesom. l 7 % HOME ECONOMICS Left to Right: Marie S. Dunn; Mary Esthei Roberson; Annette Ray; Ruby S. Duneki-I- man ; Margaret W. Ackel; Frances E. Halm. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Left to Right: W. Weffenstette ; Charles H. Wommack; Robert G. Hammond; Walter J. Robinson; Dwayne C. Gilbert. LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT First Row, Left to Right: Olindo Secondini; Marion Nesom; Irma Stockwell; Edna West; Nan Loy Chambers; G. . Dunnington. Sec- ond Row: Joseph Pittman; Doroth} Merrill; Mamie Tarlton; Olga Webber; m J. Sparks; Sam Gennuso. Third Row; W. . Torn wall; Mar) McEnery; Mildred Corley; EveMouton; Ora Williams; Frank Magers. Fourth Row: John . Merrill; E. B. Doering. LIBRARY SCIENCE liiisi Row, I hi i ro Right: Eugene Watson; (Catherine Bridges; Louis Germany; Martha I ang. Second Row: Roberl Cain; Olive Rob erts; Mar] B. Vick; Donald MacKenzie; Leslie Gower (not pictured). 173 Hubv I )u n. k. Ini.in Walter Robinson W . V. Tornwall Eugene ataon Lee James MATH First Row, Left to Right: Bobby Waldron; Sam W. Shelton. Second Row: Thomas Boone, Jr.; Edwin G. Miller; Elsie T. Church. Third Row: Hebert Temple; C. G. Miller; Russell Whittington, Jr.; Glyn J. Corley. MILITARY SCIENCE First Row, Left to Right: T. J. Gleason; Lee James; Marion L. Burn. Second Row: Robert Herring; John Marcum; Elmer Mc- Bride; Wanel Brister; Alva Bennett. MUSIC First Row, Left to Richt: May Beville; Eleanor Brown. Second Row: Joseph B. Car- lucci; George Gibson; Clifford M. Shipp; Abel John Peterson; Paul Torgrimson ; Dwight G. Davis; Laurence Perkins. ISURSIJSG First Row, Left to Right: Betty V. Streeter; Grace R. Riley; Tiny M. Calender. SECOND Row: Marie C. Prinim ; Hilda C. Burnham; Frances K. Pingrey; Louise M. Lang; Etta iiiii- Hincker. ' 74 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Left to Richt: A. K. Deason; . I.. Ducour- neau; J. L. Rhoades: J. A. Noel: F. L. Judd; B. B. Boyd; A. H. Crosby; Not pictured: Mi-. Charles Cook. SOCIAL STVDIES First Row, Left to Right: William W . White; Jane Nahm; Ora V. Watson: Yvonne Phillips; Le Roi Eversull. Second Row: Gor- don I). Healey; Hiram F. Gregory; George . Stoke-; Roscoe Baker; Bert Helm: C. R. Wait-: Philip Duriez; Donald M. Raw-on. SPECIAL EDI CATION Firsi Run, Left to Right: Thurman Coburn; John Carter; Mavis Hill; Hursl Hall. Second How: Steve Willard ; Charles Palmer; Michael Cousins. Tmiii) Bow: John Sewell; Jamc- Sai- tin: Richard Galloway; Nol pictured: John Kidd. vonne Phillip- jollll . M.l.l INFIRM IM Left to Richt: James LeVasseur; John Spalding; James R. Lee; M. T. Murray; James R. Prewitt; Irwin .1. Koch ; James I.. Woods. CAMPl S SECURITY 175 I 11 1 111 Richt: Emma Miller, Opal Gimbert, Hazel 1.1.11 1 11.. 1 pii tured ' . WOMEN ' S DORMITORIES— Left to Right, Skated: Mrs. Cath- erine Kirkland, Mrs. Myrtle Collins, Mrs. Tommie Nugent. Standing: Mrs. Irble Shaddock, Mrs. Mable Chapman, Mrs. Ann Dunham, Mrs. Vera Gabbert, Mrs. Dorothy Bowen. Not Pictured: Mrs. Myra Hicks, Barbara Foster. HOUSE DIRECTORS MEN ' S DORMITORIES— Left to Right, Seated: Mrs. Ruth Weber, Mrs. Mae Rhodes. Standing: Guy Harkness, Sammy Essmeier, Leon- ard Miller. Not Pictured: Roland McKneely, Mrs. Mitchell, Floyd Judd, Leonard Nichols. j 8BH M ■ ■ » » H ■ I na ■ H CLA SSES GRADUATES First Row: SUZY ALOST New Orleans Art JOHN BARKATE Sulphur Bacteriology ELSIE BROWN Shreveport Elementary Education KATHLEEN BRUNDAGE Natchitoches -Mathematics Second Row : WILLIAM BRUNDAGE Natchitoches Bacteriology JULIUS BURKETT Converse Aiathematics GERHARD CELY Biloxi, Miss. Social Science MELVIN CERN St. Louis, Mo. Social Science Third Row: NANCY DAVIS Hombeck Zoology JOHN DEVILLE Alexandria Chemistry WILLIAM EDWARDS Munfordville, Ky. Health and Physical Education JOHN FINERTY Middletown bacteriology Fourth Row: MARIE GUINN Harrisonburg Guidance RICHARD GYGI Mishawaka, Ind. Bio-Chemistry PHILIP HALEY Natchitoches Physical Education ROY HATTON Newellton History Fifth Row: SELVESTION JIMES Natchitoches Bacteriology LOVICK JOHNSON Natchitoches Social Science GEORGE KRUMM Hackberry Bacteriology FREDERICK MARTINEZ Natchitoches Health and Physical Education Sixth Row: THOMAS NUNEZ Grand Chenier Zoology IRBIE LAWRENCE Shreveport English FRANK PIRNIQUE Little Rock, Ark. Mathematics VESTON POURTEAU Oil City Physical Education Seventh Row : VERA RAWSON Natchitoches Mathematics JUNE REYNOLDS SpringhiU Physical Education DON SCOGGINS Leesvilh- Administration Supervision LAWRENCE SISUNG, JR Belle Chasse Guidance Eighth Row: HARVEY SMITH Grand Cane English RAY TIMM Natchitoches Health and Physical Education PAT WILLIAMS Newellton Mathematics DAVID YUE Taipei, Taiwan Social Science I 7 8 MiMi CLASS OFFICERS SENIORS OFFICERS — Left to Right: Roderick (Jutland, Sponsor; Hoy Bostic, Pre-idcnt ; Ned Westmoreland, Vice President; Robert Dow. Men ' s Representative; Kllen Baker. Women ' s Representative. Noi Pictured: Arlette McCasland, Secre- lary-Treasurer. JUNIORS OFFICERS — Left to Right: Herbert Temple, Sponsor; Peyton Crawford. Vice President; Hetty Neely, Secretary; Eddy Miller. Men ' s Representative; Kay Heinrichs, Women ' s Representative; Rob- ert Cortinez, President. SOPHOMORES OFFICERS -Top to Bottom: Tommy Carson, Men ' s Representa- tive; (Catherine Berry, Women ' s Representative; Sandra Joyce, Sec- retary-Treasurer; Floyd Judd, Sponsor; Havward " Sonny " Hargrove. President; Maun l)enni-. Vice President. FRESHMEN OFFICERS Left to Right: Jimmj Berry, President; Barbara Mai tin, Secretary-Treasurer; Eugene Smith, Vice President, Noi Pi ii red: Randell Webb, Representative. 179 t» 1 1 ,;• -- s « -- I THE SENIOR First Row: BERTHA ADAMS, Westlake; Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma. MARGUERITE ADAMS, Lake Charles; Nursing; BSU; President of Nursing Council 1958-59; LASN ; NSNA. PHIL ADAMS, Shreveport ; Business Administration; Pi Omega Pi 1960-62. Second Row : JERRY AINSWORTH, Shreveport; Health and Physical Education; Sigma Tau Gamma; Gymnastic Team, Captain 1962; Cheerleader 1961. CLARENCE ALLEN, Florien; Primary ' Education; AWS Big Sister. WILLIAM CALVIN ALLEN, III, Shreveport; Industrial Arts . Third Row: ROSE ANN ALLEY, Leesville; Upper Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma ; SLTA. LINDA ANDERSON, Baton Rouge; Primary Education. CAROLYN ANDREWS, Mansfield; Business; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Sophomore Counselor 1959-60; Sigma Sigma Sigma Recording Sec- retary 1959-60, Treasurer 1960-61, Vice President 1961-62; AWS Big Sister; Pi Omega Pi. Fourth Row : MATHILDA ANDRUS, Opelousas; English; Delta Zeta. Treasurer 1961-62; Student Publications Committee, 1960-61. GLENDA ANTHONY, Shreveport; Nursing; LASN Vice Chair- man 1957-58. Recruitment Chairman 1960-61. GENEVIEVE ARMSTRONG, Shreveport; Primary Education; Al- pha Sigma Alpha, President 1960; Sophomore Class Secretary-Treas- urer 1959; SLTA. Fifth Row : DAVID ASH. Paris. Ton.; Mathematics. KATHRYN CECILE BACLE, Shreveport; Primary Education; Sig- ma Kappa, Membership Chairman 1960-61 ; Demonettes 1960-61 ; Panhellenic Delegate; Newman Club; AWS Big Sister; SLTA. PATSY BAIN, Gilliam; Primary Education; Wesley Foundation; AWS Big Sister. Sixth Row: El. I. EN i; KI ' .i;, Mindcn; Health and Physical Education; Sigma Kappa. President 1960-61; PEM Club Reporter 1959. Vice President 1960. President L961; Flamingo Club Officer I960; Panhellenic Treas- urer 1961-62; Senioi Counselor 1961-62; Senior Women ' s Represen- tative 1961-62. Jill LIE JEAN BAMBURG, Coushatta; Mathematics. GENE BARROW, Springhill; History. Seventh Row: JOHN BASCO, Man) ; Industrial Technology. 1! X ) BASS, Calcasieu; Electronics. RALPH BAILS. Kitsatchie; Health and Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Scholarship Award. 180 M CLASS OF 1962 First Row: ERNEST BEACH, BossiYr City; Industrial Arts Education; Iota Lambda Sigma. It DITH BEGC. 1 -. ln.a. Okla.; Secretarial Science. Ml KPHY BELGARD, JR., DeVille; Mathematics; Newman Club President 1961. Second Row : GERALD BENNETT. Pineville; Social Science. GERALD BERLIN. Alexandria; Accounting; Sigma Tau Gamma. Vice President 1960-61; President Sophomore Class 1960-61; Treas urer, Student Body 1961-62; Blue Key 1961-62; Pi Omega Pi. MERRILYN BERNARD, Hammond; Nursing; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Vice President LASN 1959-60; NSNA; eslej Foundation. Third Row: JANICE BEST, Shreveport; Nursing. N WCY LOU BEST. Bossier City; Nursing; Pledge President, Theta Sigma I psilon 1958; LASN. RANITA BLAKE, Shreveport; Primarj Education; Demonettes 1958- 62; Demonette Drum Major 1961-62; ROTC Sponsor 1961-62; SI I : Newman Club. Fourth Row: EARL GODFREY BONDS, JR., Shreveport; Vccounting; Currenl Sauce Business Manager 1961-62; Student Publication Committee 1961-62. SAMM1 BONNETTE, Natchitoches; nimai Husbandry; Demeter Club President 1961. M HSII I.L BOOK. Natchitoches: Pre-Medicine. Fifth Row: FERNARD JOHN BOONE, Uexandria; Upper Elementarj Educa tion. JOAN VNNETTE BOOTY, Kisatchie; Primarj Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Upha Beta Upha; SLTA; BSU. ELISE BORDELON, Mansura; Social Science; Upha Beta Upha. Sixth Row: KERMIT BOWMAN, Lecompte; Industrial Kits. ROLAND BOOTY, Kisatchie; Upper Elementarj Education; BSl Exe utive Council 1961-62 ; SI I . RO BOSTICK, Shreveport; Accounting; Pi Ki a Phi, President 1961, treasurer I960, Warden 1959; Junioi I lass Treasure! 1960-61; Senior Class President 1961-62; Student Council L961-62. Seventh Row: CAROLYN BOYDST1 Y Natchitoches; Health and Physical Educa tion; Upha Sigma Upha; PEM Club. GWENDA BRACKNELL, Tioga; I a Elementarj Education; BSl ; SLTA; Big Sister, WS. VRROLL BRADFORD, Jena; Social Science; Social mittee ] ' ) ' ' . ; Dormitorj Representative L961. 181 IaN THE SENIOR First Row: KERRY BRADFORD, Winnfield; Speech; Davis Players; Alpha Fsi. JAMES BRADHAM, Jackson ; Mathematics. RICHARD BRASHER, Jena; Government-History. Second Row : THOMAS BRASHER, Lake Charles; Government. RONALD BRAZZELL, Georgetown; Business Education. LOUISE BRIAN, Pride; Nursing; SNS; Sophomore-Junior Repre- sentative 1960-61. Third Row: MALCOLM BRIAN, JR., Baton Rouge; Health and Physical Educa- tion. BRENDA BRIDGES, Alexandria; Biology; Alpha Sigma Alpha, President, Secretary; Beta Beta Beta; Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club; AWS Corresponding Secretary; Judiciary Board. CHARLES BRITT, Shongaloo; Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club ; Rodeo Club. Fourth Row: SANDRA BROOKS. Montgomery; Sociology. DAVID BROSSETTE, Natchitoches; Industrial Technology-Elec- tronics. JACK BROSSETTE, Greenwood; Vocal Music; Phi Mu Alpha; Freshman Representative; Gym Team; Cheerleader; Chorus. Fifth Row: RODRICK BROUSSARD. Zimmerman; Social Science; Theta Xi. BETTY BROWN, Shreveport; Nursing; Chorale 1958-59; BSU Coun- cil 1959-61; LASN; YWA Council 1959-61; Nominating Committee Student Government. VIRGINIA BROWN, Denham Springs; Nursing; LASN; NSNA; BSU State Council 1959-60; President Chapel Group 1959-60. Sixth Row : PEGCi BROWNE, Baton Rouge; Upper Elementary Education: Demonettes 1959; Sophomore Counselor; POTPOURRI Staff 1960-61 SLTA; Kappa Delta Pi; Purple Jackets 1961-62; AW S Recording Secretary 1961-62. DANIEL BRUPBACHER, New Orleans; Zoology; Beta Beta Beta. D VNNY BRANDOL ISR ANT, Shreveport; Manual Arts Therapy. Seventh Row : LINDA BLUE. Bunkie; Primary Education; Alpha Beta Alpha, Presi- dent J96J-62; Senior Counselor; Staff Assistant; SLTA. DAVID BUKER, Shreveport; Mathematics. NEWTON T. BUKAS, .IK.. Kenner; Electronics; Newman Club; Flamingo Club. i8x «MH CLASS OF 1 962 First Row: ANN BURGH. Montgomery; Upper Elementary Education; SNEA; Alpha Beta Alpha. TROY BURCH. Winnfitld; Health and Physical Education. MARY BURFORD. Closter; Upper Elementary Education; SLTA. Second Row : FREDERICK BURTCH. New Orleans; Economics. MARTHA BURTON, Gilliam; Nursing; Demonettes 1958-59. LYNN BUTLER, Vivian; Animal Husbandry; Phi Mu Alpha; De- meter Club ; Agriculture Judging Team 1960-61. Third Row: JEANETTE BYNUM, Bossier City; Business Education; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer I960; Freshmen Panhellenic Award 1959; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. MEREDITH BYNUM, Ellerbe, N. C; Accounting; Pi Omega Pi. Vice President 1960-61. SAMUEL HOUSTON CADE, JR.. Natchitoches; Pre-Medicine ; Baseball; N Club; Physics Achievement Award 1961. Fourth Row : BJLUi CALVERT, Vidalia; Physical Education; Si ma Tau Gam ma. FRANCES CAMPBELL, Dodson; Primary Education; SNEA; SLTA. ALBERT CAPERTON. Welch, W. Va.; Journalism-Government ; Current Sauce Stall 1958-61; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Gamma. Fifth Row: ELIZABETH CAPERTON, Haughton; English; Nyna Kappa. JOSEPH CAPLIS, JR.. Bossier City; Accounting. CARL CARRIGAN, Natchitoches; Industrial Arts. Sixth Row : JOYCE CARROLL, Boyce; Home Economics; Kappa Delta Pi; Euthenics Club; SLTA. STEVIE CARROLL, Florien; Accounting-Business Administration; Vice President Pi Omega Pi. MAX1NE CARTER, Pelican; I pper Elemental-) Education Seventh Row : WILLIAM CARTER, Chicopee, Mass.; Mathematics-History; Sigma Tau ( lamina. CECILIA CARVER, Leesville; Uppei Elementarj Education; Cap lain Girls Gymnastics Team 19ol. CASKKV. Belcher; Nursing; BSl Freshman Council. 183 . THE SENIOR First Row: LINDA CATER, Bossier City ; Social Welfare ; Delta Zeta. CONEIL CELLES. Baton Rouge; Health ami Physical Education; PEM Club. GEORGE CELLES, III, Baton Rouue; History; Sigma Tau Gamma; Black Knights 1958-60. Second Row : HOYET CHANCE, Florien; Zoology; Beta Beta Beta, Secretary 1960-61; BSU Freshman Council; BSU Executive Council; ASBF. BOBBY CHANDLER, Shreveport; Industrial Education. HELENE CHASE, Clinton; Nursing. Third Row: HELEN CHEATWOOD, Saline; Business Education; BSU Fresh- man Council; Sophomore Counselor; Pi Omega Pi, Chaplain 1961- 62 ; SLTA ; AWS Big Sister. CARLOS CLAR, EI Salvador, C.A.; Languages; Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Historian; Drill Team; Newman Club; Pre-Law Club; ROTC. ROBERT CLEMM, Shreveport ; An ; Sigma Tau Gamma, Recording Secretary 1960; ROTC; Drill Team; Current Sauce Artist 1959-60. Fourth Row: JON WARREN CLEMONS, JR., Natchitoches; Upper Elementary- Health and Physical Education ; N Club. BILLY CLEMMONS, Brownsville, Ky. ; Health and Physical Educa- tion. HAROLD CLEVELAND. Alexandria; Wildlife Management; Beta Beta Beta. Treasurer 1960-61; Blue Key 1961. Fifth Row: SYBIL LAVERN CLOUD. Oakdale; Nursing; BSU Nursing Council 1958-59, Vice President I960, President 1960, Devotional Chairman 1961; AWS Representative 1958-59; YWA; LASN; NSNA. WILLIAM M. COFFEY, Gibsland; Sociology; Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key 1961. EDITH GALE COGBURN, Bossier City; Primary Education; Delta Zeta ; Physical Science Club ; SLTA ; Canterbury Club. Sixth Row: LOIS MAXINE COILE, Plain Dealing; Business Education; Sigma Kappa, Treasurer 1959-60, First Vice President 1960-61, President 1961-62; Junior Women ' s Representative; Senior Counselor. FRANK H. CONNER, Wrangell, Alaska; Business Administration; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain I960; Potpourri Staff 1900-62; [FC 1960-62; Intramural Council 1961. SARAH JANE COOPER, Hammond; Nursing; Westminster Fel- lowship; SNA Social Chairman; BSTJ Social Chairman; Recruit- ment Chairman, LASN; Recruitment Chairman, NSNA. Seventh Row: CODY QUINTON CORLEY, Florien; Agriculture. LINDA ANN CORLEY, Natchitoches; English; Presidenl TAWS, 1900-61; l ' uiple lackets. Treasurer 1961. President 1961-62; Presi- de, I Kappa Delta I ' i 1961-62; BSU Council 1960-62; Upha Beta Alpha 1960-62; Blue Key Darling; Miss NSC. JOHN COTTON, Pollock; Elementary Education. 184 CLASS OF 1 962 First Row: CAROLYN COl CH, Homer; Business Education; Delta Zeta. WILLIAM COUVILLION, Natchitoches; S.-cial Science. DIANE COX, Shreveport; Nursing; NSNA; LASN. Second Row : MELVIN COX, Haughton; Industrial n-; Football. NANCY CRAIG. Minden; Nursing. GLORIA CRANK. Newellton; Mathematics; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Secretary 1961, Corresponding Secretary 1%2; Debate; Sophomore Counselor; Staff Assistant; PoTi ' ot hri Associate Editor 1961-62; Dormitory Officer; Mi s Potpourri; Alpha Beta Alpha. Third How: GEORGE CRANFORD, Caspiana; Sociology. DOTTIE CROMWELL, Shreveport; Upper Elemental-) Education. LESTER CROOKS. LeCompte; Social Science; Upha Beta Vlpha. Fourth Row: ' l!OI. CI R ' l IS. Monigiiinen ; I pper Elementary Education. CLYDELL CURTIS, New Orleans; Bacteriology. WILLIAM CURTIS, Many; Industrial Vrts. Fifth Row: ROBERT DAY, Jena; Social Science. M VRGER DEES, Magnolia, .L; Nursing. MARGUERITE DENNY, Ferrida) ; Social Welfare. Sixth How ALBERT EDWIN DEWEES, Homer; Physical Education. CHARLES DISTE1 VNO, Uexandria; Mathematics; Newman Club, Treasurer 1960-61, ice Presidenl 1961-62. LOIS N N I ! DOSS, Uexandria; Nursing; LASN; Social Chairman Studenl Body I960. Seventh Row: ROBERT DOW, Moi ■; Government; Kuklos Idelphi, Vice Presi dent, Recording Secretary; IFC Representative; Senioi Men ' - Rep resentative. CI RTIS N n DI . i ampti; Biologj ; Beta Beta BeU. LARR DOWDEN, Vnacoco; Mathematics t fc 185 THE SENIOR First Row : WANDA DOWDEN, Kisatchie; Home Economics; Kappa Delta Pi; Eulhenics Club, Second Vice President; AWS Big Sister; BSU. JUNE DUCOTE, Shreveport ; Speech Therapy; Sigma Kappa; Kap- pa Delta Pi. ANNETTE DUPREE, Epps; Upper Elementary Education. Second Row : WILLIAM DURAND. Pollock; Mathematics; Kappa Delta Pi; Wes- ley Foundation; SI.TA ; Chi Gamma Phi. WAYNE EARP. Shreveport; Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kap- pa; Football. EUGENE EASLEY, Goldonna; Business Education; Intradormitory Council; Monitor. Third Row : JIMMY ELIAS, Alexandria; Upper Elementary Education. JAMES ELLIOTT. Noble; Upper Elementary Education. ROBERT ESCUDE, Mansura; Health and Physical Education; New- man Club. Fourth Row : SAMMY ESSMEIER, New Orleans; Physical Education and Upper Elementary Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa; N Club; Football Man- ager 1956-60; Track Team 1956-58; Vice President Phi Epsilon Kappa 1959-60; Vice President N Club 1959-60; Sigma Sigma Sigma Man of the Year. NELDA EYER, W ' innfield; Secretarial Science; Dormitory President 1961-62. BERT1S EZERNACK, Zwolle; Accounting. Fifth Row: JOHNNY FALCON, Zwolle; Industrial Arts. LEON FANNING, Haynesville; Accounting. SARAH FERGUSON, Anaeoco; Home Economics; Wesley Founda- tion ; Euthenics Club. Sixth Row: MARY FINCH, Belmont ; Primary Education ; Potpourri Beauty 1959-60; Dormitory Social Chairman. JOHN FISHER. Natchitoches; Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Baseball; N Club; ROTC. BEVERLY KA FLOWERS. Jena; Journalism-English; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Gamma, Nice President 1961; Current Sauce Associ- ate Editor 1960-61. Seventh Row: SANDRA FOLSE, Bastrop; Mathematics; Alpha Sigma Alpha. Presi- dent 1961-62. YVONNE FORD. Columbia; Primary Education. BARBARA FOSTER. Alexandria; Primary Education; SLTA Re- porter-Historian I960, President 1961, State Corresponding Secretary I960; Judiciary Hoard 1960; AWS Vice President 1961; Phi Kappa Phi; Delegate tc National Council of State; Presidents Convention I960. 186 ■M CLASS OF 1 962 First Row: ROBERT FOSTER, Shreveport; Physical Education; Phi Sigma Kappa. JACKIE FRANCIS. McLeod, Tex.; Upper Elementary. HAROLD FREEMAN, Logansport ; Speech. Second Row : RAYMOND FULCO, Shreveport; Industrial Art-. SAMMY FULCO, Shreveport ; Accounting. LA VON FULLER, Siblev ; Home Economics; Euthenics Cluh Vice President ; Wesley Hostess. Third Row: J1MMYE SUE GABBARD, Hosston; Upper Elementary Education. KATHLEEN GALLASPY, Pelican; Piano-Vocal Education; Sigma Alpha Iota; Dormitory officer 19o8; Sophomore Counselor; Sigma Alpha Ioia Officer 1959-62; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Pot- pourri Court Most Talented I960; NSC Chorale r mpani-t 1959- 62. RONALD GAMMILL, Texarkana, Tex.; Industrial Arts; Tennis Team 1961. Fourth Row: KATHLEEN GATES, Pollock; Nuking; esle Foundation Li- brarian; Dormitory Officer; LASN; NSNA. JAMES CENTRY, Shreveport; Industrial Art-. JAMAL GHAEMI, Teheran, Iran; Chemistry. Fifth Row: CAROLYN GILES. Shreveport; English. WILEY GILLIS, Alexandria; Mathematics; Secretarj A MS 1959. LORA GOLDEN. Jonesboro; Primary Education. Sixth Row: DOUGLAS CORDON. Natchitoches; French. BENNTi G01 GH, Grayson; Industrial Arts. LUO CHANSON, liaton Rouge; Nursing. Seventh Row: PATRICIA (.KEEK. Shreveport; Upper Elementarj Education; Sigma Kappa; Demonettes 1958; Sophomore Counselor; NSC Choir; Flamingo Club; SLTA. JKRK GRIFFITH, Grand Cane; Accounting and Business Adminis- tration ; Pi Omt ga Pi. DONNIE ll IH . Jonesboro; Zoology; Gym tram; Beta Beta Beta. titott ,8 7 THE SENIOR First Row: L1NDEL HAGAN, Pineville; Primary Education; SLTA; BSU ; AWS Big Sister. HI LTON HANSON, Natchitoches; Industrial Arts. WINSOR HARMON, JR.. Crowley; Marketing; Kuklos Adelphi, President ; Most Valuable Back, KA Charity Bowl. Second Row : JOHN HARVILL. Newel Mathematics; Kappa Delta Pi. SANDRA HASH, Converse; Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer 1959-61, President 1961-62; NSC Chorale, Treasurer 1959- 60, Vice President for Women 1960-61. DONALD HANES, Sarepta ; Mathematics. Third Row: JIMMYE HEARD, Dubach; Sociology; Chorus; Chorale 1959-60. LARRY HEARD, Shrcveport ; Business Administration. RONALD HECKEL, Slidell; Health and Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa. Fourth Row: ELIZABETH HENNIGAN, Saline; Home Economics; BSU Fresh- man Council; Sophomore Counselor 1960-61; Staff Assistant; BSU Executive Council 1961-62; Euthenics Club. ELMER HERMES, Shreveport; Art; Kappa Pi; Cheerleader 1958- 59; Demon 1959-60; Vice President Kappa Pi. JERRY HERNANDEZ, New Orleans; Accounting; Sigma Taw (lamina. Fifth Row: CLENN HERRING. Alexandria; Accounting; Pi Omega Pi; Moni- tor 1961. JULIA HILDEBRAND, Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. WILLIAN HILGER, Lena ; Social Science ; Alpha Beta Alpha. Sixth Row: WILLI HILL, ShrcNcport; Primary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; SLT ; Staff Assistant. REBA HILL, Bastrop; Nursing. NEVAL RAE HILTON. Hornbeck; Upper Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi. Seventh Row: JOSEPH HIRN, HI, Metairie; Government; Dormitory Council. I l l) HODGESON, Baton Kong.-, Nursing. OLIVE HODNETT, Colfax; Primary Education. l88 CLA SS OF 196 2 First Row : JOHN RICHMOND HOLLADAY, Shreveport; Health and Physical Education. BARBARA HOLLIS. Pleasant Hill; Dietetics; Euthenics Club; Wesley Foundation Vice President 1960-61; Dormitory Officer 1958. TliOMA.s HOLLOWELL, Shreveport; Industrial rts. Second Row: NELMA HONEYCUrr, Springhill; Business Education; AWS Big Sister. JAMES HOOPES, Bossier City; Business Administration. STEVEN HOTHO, Opelousas; Social Science; Newman Club. Third Row: NORMA HO T. Leesville; Nursing; Vice President Freshman Nurs- ing Council; Song Director Baton Rouge Nursing Campus. BETH HUCKABAY, Coushatta; Nursing; Delta Zeta; President .Student Nurses I960; Phi Kappa Phi. J EDITH HUGHES, Hornbeck; Upper Elemental " ) Education; Delta Zeta Scholarship Chairman; Kappa Delta Pi; Demonettes; SLTA. Fourth Row: JOHANNA HI U.S. Newellton; Home Economics; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Euthenics Club Reporter I9. " H. Treasurer 1959, Presideni 1960; Panhellenic Council; Phi Kappa Phi; BSl ; VWS Recording Secretary I960. Presideni 1961; Sophomore Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; Purple Jackets 1960-62, Purple Jackel Urard 1959; Sigma Sigma Sigma Pledge Scholarship Award, National Scholarship Prize 1950; Freshman Home Economics Vward 1959; Euthenics Club Outstand- ing Member Vward 1961; Potpourri Court I960; State Treasurer " I College Clubs LHEA 1960. BETTY HUTSON, Transylvania; Nursing; BSl Vice President of Nurses; LASN. HENRY in WIS. JR., Natchitoches; Mathematics. Fifth Row: PAT JACKSON, Baton Rouge; Primarj Education; SLTA; Fla- mingo ( Hub Presideni 1960-61; Kappa Delta Pi; Senior Counselor. BETTi LOl JACOBS, Alexandria; Primarj Education; Alpha S ma Alpha Editor, Membership Director. ARTH1 R JAMES, Natchitoches; Mathematics; W - Fifth Row: .11 Dl ' lli JONES, Jonesboro; Nursing; Demonettes 1958-59. I AMES J u;|{ II. Delhi; Animal Husbandry. PAUL JEMISON, Leesville; Electronics; Gymnastics Dam; Band; Demonaires. Seventh Row t.l ' .l! l.l) JOHNSON, Woodworth; Mathematics. CLARA JONES, Gorum; Social Welfare; Current Sun. e Staff; New man . 1 1 ■ 1 • ; Demonettes. FR ANKY JONES, shreNc ; Business Administration. 189 T HE SENIOR First Row : WAYNE JONES, Hornbeck; Industrial Education. LAWRENCE JONES. JR.. Ruleville, Miss.; Physical Education; Basketball. FRANCES JOHNSON. Glenmora; Business Education. Second Row : ROGER JOHNSON, Leesville; Business Administration. BETTY KELLEY, Winnfield; Home Economics; Euthenics CIul S R K1LLEN, Coushatta; Art; Kappa Pi; Demonettes. Third Row: MARY KILPATRICK, West Monroe; Nursing; Delta Zeta ; LASN. JERRY KIRCUS, Shreveport; Government. ELIZABETH KIRKHAM. Monroe; Nursing. Fourth Row: CARL KNAPP, Jena ; Upper Elementary Education ; Student Repre- sentative 1958. ROBBIE KNIGHTON, Shreveport; Speech and Hearing Therapy. PERRY KNOX, Jigger; Upper Elementary Education. Fifth Row: BARBARA KOCH, Natchitoches; French-English; Delta Zeta; PEM Club; Contemporary Dance Club; Aquatic Club. GLENN RICHARD KRAMEL. Libuse; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. ANTHONY LABOA, Alexandria; Marketing; Kuklos Adelphi ; Sig- ma Kappa Man of the Year 1961 ; Commander of Black Knights Drill Team. Sixth Row : MONYA LABOA, Alexandria; Sociology; Sigma Kappa; Kuklos Adelphi Rose; Charity Bowl Queen 1960-61; Sigma Kappa Secre- tary 1960, President 1961; Dormitory Officer; AWS Council 1960-61. OLLIE JO LANDRUM, Leesville; Home Economics; AWS Council 1959; Phi Kappa Phi; Euthenics Club; Staff Assistant. BOBBIE LEDIG, Alexandria; Nursing; Demonettes 1959; Newman Club; Voting Delegate LASN; LASN Convention 1961 ; Potpourri Court 1959. ' Seventh Row: BERYL LEJEUNE, Jennings; Nursing; LASN; NSNA. BOBBY LEWIS, Haynesville; Sociology; Kuklos Adelphi. HOWELL LEWIS, Shreveport; Wildlife. IQO MM CLASS OF 1 962 First Row : CHARLOTTE LILLEY, Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. FRANCES LINGENFELTER, Shreveport; Nursing; Dormitory President 1958-59; BSU Freshman Council; LASN. DAVID EOE. Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. Second Row : JAMES LOFTIN. Coushatta; Agronomy; Demeter Club. JOHN LOKOS, Sopron, Hungary; Health and Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa. BILL LONG, Winnfield; English; A.MS; NSC Chorale: Current Satire Sports Editor 1961-62; Baseball Team 1958. Third Row : CHARLOTTE LONG. Ferriday; Primary Education. LINDA LOW, Marthaville; Primary Education; SLTA. LOUIS LUCAS, Pineville; Upper Elementary Education. Fourth Row: ELLEN ARLETTE McCASLAND, Lisbon; Upper Elementary Edu- cation; Sophomore Counselor; Senior Counselor; Secretary, Sopho- more Class; Secretary, Senior Class; SLTA Social Chairman, Vice President, President. Stale Secretary. MAJORIE OLIVIA McCLOUD, Lafayette; Nursing; Sigma Sigma Sigma; LASN 1959-61; NSNA 1959-61; Band 1958. ROLAND V. McKNEELY, JR., Blanchard; Government-History; Pi Kappa Phi ; Vice President, Freshman Class ; President, Sophomore Class; Vice President, Student Body; President, Student Body; Presi- dent, Pi Kappa Phi; Secretary. Pi Kappa Phi; Blue Key; Distin- guished Military Student. Fifth Row: JACKI McKMGHT. Sulphur; Primary Education; Newman (lull. Vice President 1959. Secretary 1960. JAN McLEISH, Plain Dealing; Primary Education; Sigma Kappa Chaplain, Vice President, LAURA ANN McLEISH. Plain Dealing; Primary Education; Dor- mitory Vice President 1959-60; AWS Council 1959-60; Sophomore Counselor 1960-61; SI I Secretary 1961-62; Kappa Delta Pi 1961 62. Sixth Row: JOY E. McRAE, Leesville; Business Education. JAMES F. MAGEE, JR., Baton Rouge; Business Education. CHARLES R. MAINS, Many; Mathematics; Phi Kappa Phi. Seventh Row: RACHAEL ANN MA1NES, Natchitoches; Nursing; LASN M MO M M1 S, Shrrwport; Upper Elemental-) Education; Sophomore Counselor; Potpourri Class Co-Editor 1959-62; SLTA Vice President 1961, Reporter-Historian 1961-62; Dormitory Officer. RUTH LYNN M R II l . Gonzales; Nursing; LASN. 1QI ■ THE SENIOR fc£ I LE First Rom JOSEPH M. MARICELLI, Merryville; Agriculture; Football 1957- 61; N Club 1958-61, Secretarj 1960-61; All-Conference Fullback 19 )0. TRO MARLER. Hineston; Upper Elementary Education. MARGRETTE DAVIS MARTIN, Shreveport; Nursing. Second Row : ROBERT DAVID MARTIN, Monroe; Agronomy; Football 1958-61; N Club 1958-62; Demeter 1959-62; Roughriders 1961-62, Vice Presi- dent 1961-62. ROBERT GERALD MARTIN, Natchitoches; Business Administra tion. ILLARD (.. MARTIN, Minden; Business Education. Third Row : STEVE M. MARTINEZ, Zwolle; Mathematics. CURTIS MASINGILL, Natchitoches; Business Education. ALICE B. MASSEY, Wisner; Primary Education; SLTA ; Doimi tory Officer 1959-60. Fourth Row : HENRY LAWRENCE MASSON, Pineville; Accounting. GEORGE WAYNE MASTERS, Provencal; Animal Husbandry. FRANK MATHEWS. West New York, N. J.; Marketing. Fifth Row: BETSY MAY, Leesville; Piano; Delta Zeta; Treasurer, President; Sigma Alpha Iota, Sergeant-at-arms, Reporter; Phi Kappa Phi; Kap- pa Delta Pi. LILLIAN ALINE MAYES, Grayson; Home Economics Education; BSU Freshman Council 1959-60; BSU Executive Council 1960-62; Eulhenics Club 1959-62; Sophomore Counselor 1960-61; Kappa Delia Pi ; Purple Jacket-. JOHN C. MAVS. Glenmora; Mathematics; AUSA Vice President 1961-62; President, Blue Key 1961-62; Phi Kappa Phi 1961; ROTC Battle Group Commander 1961-62. Sixth Row: KENNETH MEGASON, Marthaville; Business Vdministration-Ac- count mg. DONALD GENE MEISNER, JR.. Shreveport; Marketing; kuklo-. Adelphi Pledge Chi-- President, Vice President; Nice President, IFC. 1 C1 JO MELROY, Shreveport; Upper Elementarj Education; Band; SLTA. Seventh Ko« : WILLIAM ANDREW MENARD. Batesvil Physical Education; N Club 1958-61. WANDV MERRITT, Benton; Primary Education. rk.; Health and 192 CLASS OF 196 2 First Row: WILLIAM N. MILLER. DeRidder; Upper Elementary Education. JOHN DAVIS MIZE, Shreveport; Business Administration; Pi Kap- pa Phi. MICHAEL MOORE, Dodson; Art; Kappa Pi Vice President 1961- 62. Second Row: NELLIE SUE MOORE, Winnfield; Upper Elementary Education. PATSY MARINE MOORE, Bossier City; Primary Education; Soph- omore Counselor 1960-61. WILLIAM BENJAMIN MORGAN, SpringhiU; Accounting; N Club; Golf Team; Kuklos Adelphi. Third Row: C. B. MORRISON, Natchitoches; Journalism-English; Tau Kappa Epsilon ; President, Alpha Phi Gamma 1961-62. CLARICE ANN MORVANT. Sulphur; Health and Physical Educa- tion; President. WRA 1958-59; Secretary, PEM Club 1959-69; Re- porter, Aquatic Club 1959-60; WRA Representative 1957-60. JOHN T. NASH. JR., Alexandria; Accounting; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Vice President, Junior Class 1960-61; Tau Kappa Epsilon Treasurer 1959-61, President 1961-62; Treasurer, AUSA 1960-61; Business, Man- ager, Potpouuri 1960-62; Manager, Gym Team 1959-60; Sports Edi- tor, PoTPOl Kiu 1960-61 ; Monitor 1960-61. Fourth Row: CLOTILE NATTIN, Bossier City; Primary Education; Rose of Sig- ma Tau Gamma. JANICE LEIGH NEELY, Shreveport; English. DONALD EARL NETT, Many; Accounting. Fifth Row: BARBARA JEAN NETTLES, Groves, Tex.; Nursing. ANN S. NICHOLS, Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. WILLIE DALE NIX, Ifcnton; Upper Elementary Education; Dr.ui of Women ' s Vward 1959-60; Judiciary Board 1960-62; Dormitorj Officer I960; Purple Jacket 1961-62; Kappa Delta Pi 1961-62; SI I 19r»()-f,2. Sixth How: MICHAEL K. NOONE, Natchitoches; Business Administration; Sig- ma Tau Gamma; Football; N Club. LAMAR NORMAN, Coushatta; Agronomy; Demeter. BARBARA R. NORMAND, Natchitoches; Business Education; Al- pha Sigma Alpha. Seventh !{• « : LAURALIE NORMAND, Alexandria; French, NELWYN DEAN NORSWORTHY, Natchitoches; Piano-Voice; Sig- ma Alpha Iota. SIDNEY O ' BRYAN, Joyce; Accounting. J 93 • THE SENIOR First Row: CLIFFORD WILLIAM OGLESBY, Plain Dealing; Accounting-Busi- ness Administration. ERWIN L. OGl.ETREE, Shreveport; Business Administration. DELMER WAYNE OLDS, Shreveport; Physical Education; Phi Ep- silon Kappa; Track 1959-60. Second Row : STAYTON B. OLIVER, Shreveport ; Government ; Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Chaplain 1961-62 ; Chi Gamma Phi. JOHNNIE MAE O ' NEAL, Logansport; Upper Elementary Educa- tion; BSU Executive Council; Big Sister; SLTA ; Debate. SOPHIE S. PACKARD. Melville; Lower Elementary Education. Third Row: CHARLOTTE LA VON PATE, Brownfield, Texas; Mathematics; Purple Jacket 1961-62; Kappa Delta Pi 1961-62. CAROLYN PAXTON, Alexandria; Nursing. ELIZABETH ANN PAYNE, Athens; Home Economics; AWS; Eu- thenics Club. Fourth Row : MERLE PAYNE, Rayville; Nursing; Treasurer of Shreveport Nurses. ROBERT GLENN PEACOCK, Mansfield; Industrial Arts; Sigma Tau Gamma; Dormitory President 1958; Monitor 1961. CARMEN LYNETTE PEEVY, Baton Rouge; Nursing; LASN and NSNA 1959-62. Fifth Row: EVELYN PENNEY, DeRidder; Upper Elementary Education; SLTA. MAXINE PENNEY, DeRidder; Primary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA. MARY DOROTHY PERRON. Ville Platte; Sociology. Sixth Row : DORIS PERRY, Sieper; Nursing. MILTON CHARLES PETERSON, DeQuincy; Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa. MARY LYNN PIETSCH, Ringgold; Primary Education; SLTA. Seventh Row: SAM PIRANIO. JR., Leesville; Business Administration; Tau Kappa Epsilon. Secretary 1961-62. BETTY. POIRRIER, Gonzales; Nursing. CLARENE PREW1TT, West Monroe; English Education; Alpha Beta Alpha; BSU Executive Council 1961. I 9 4 CLASS OF 1 962 First Row: SALLY PRUDHOMME. Bermuda; Primary Education. JAMES L. RABB, Waterproof; Agronomy; Demeter. TOMMIE SUE RALEY, Ringgold; Home Economic Education; Euthenics Club 1959-62; Kappa Delta Pi 1961-62. Second Rom : ROBERT P. RANKIN, Pelican ; Upper Elementary- Education. ROBERT R. REEDER, Haynesville; Business Administration. CALVIN JAY REESE, Shreveport; Business Administration; Tan Kappa Epsilon ; Black Knights; Executive Officer. Black Kni»hls; ROTC ; Cadet Major, ROTC ; AUSA. Third Row : BENNY B. REEVES, Montgomery; Business Administration-Market- ing; Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer. Chaplain; Newman Club. CAROLYN ANN REGION, Alexandria; Nursing; LASN 1959-62; NSNA 1959-62 ; Secretary, School of Nursing. ALFRED FRANKLIN RENDY, Sicily Island; Mathematics; N Club Officer 1961. Fourth Row : WYNDOLYN REYNOLDS, Pineville; Primary Education; Demon- ettes; LTA 1961-62; AWS Big Sister 1960-62. LARRY PATRICK RICE, Winnfield; Agriculture; Pi Kappa Phi, Warden 1959, Secretary 1960; Demeter Club. DORIS RICHARD, Shreveport; Business Education; Delta Zeta; Sweetheart, Pi Kappa Phi 1961-62; Chaplain, Pi Omega Pi, 1960-61; Sophomore Counselor 1959-60; Secretary, SNEA 1960-61; Secretary, Student Council 1960-61; Kappa Delta Pi; State Fair Court 1960; Panhellenic Council Vice President 1961-62; Dormitory President 1960-61 ; Potpourri, Associate Editor 1960-61. Fifth Row: NANCY ANN RICKS, Florien; Music Education; BSU Freshman Council 1959-60; Sophomore Counselor 1960-61; BSU Executive Council 1960-62; Secretary, Sigma Alpha Iota 1961-62 ; Phi Kappa Phi 1961-62; BSU State Council 1961-62; Purple Jackets 1961-62. JOHN EDWARD RINE, Alexandria; Upper Elementary Education; Sigma Tau Gamma Pledge; SLTA. JOE RIVERS, Zwolle; Phvsical Education; Dormitory President 1960-62. Sixth Row: T. A. ROBERTS, Grayson; Government; Black Knights 1959-61; Squad Leader, Black Knights 1961-62 ; Distinguished Military Stu dent 1961-62; AUSA 1960-62. BARBARA ANN ROBISON, Logansport ; Upper Elementary Educa- lion. GLENN WILSON ROBISON, Morgan City; Physics; President, Wesley Foundation 1961-62; President, Chi Gamma Phi 1961-62. Seventh How: MWINE ELAINE RO(,K, Cloutienille; Nur-in-; Newman Club; I Vs . S . RICHARD LEE ROGERS, Palestine, Tex.; Business tdministra tion; Sigma Tau Gamma; Football; Track; Student Council; Junioi Class President; Vice President, Student Body; M SA. BONNIE ROLLING, Metairie; Home Economics Education; In ih.-mcs Club; AWS; BSU; SLTA. x 95 THE SENIOR First Kow : BETTY JANE ROUGEAU, Vacherie; Nursing; Dormitory Represen- tative, Secretary-Treasurer; AWS Council; Student Council; LSNA ; NSNA. PEGGY ROY. Robeline; Upper Elementary Education. ELIZABETH ROYSTON. Robeline; Home Economics; Euthenics Club; BSU; AWS. Second Row : ROBERT SAMUEL RUSHING. Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. SAMUEL H. RUSSELL, Maplewood; Physics-Mathematics; Pi Kap- pa Phi; Physical Science Fraternity, Vice President. AUBREY L. RYALS. Winnfield; Agriculture; Pi Kappa Phi. Third Row: JOY TIPTON SAMS, Ringgold; Mathematics; Dormitory Officer 1960. STANLEY C. SAKOVICH, Shreveport ; Art. PATRICIA ANN SANDERS, Bastrop; Nursing; Delta Zeta ; Secre- tary of NSC School of Nursing Shreveport 1960-61 ; LASN. Fourth Row: DANNIEL TALMADGE SAXON, Ferriday; Wildlife Management; Outstanding Weightlifting Champion 1961. LAURANCE B. SCHAUF, St. Joseph; Upper Elementary Educa- tion ; Black Knights 1958-60 ; SLTA. VIRGINIA SCHUETZ, DeRidder; Business Education; Kappa Del- ta; Pi Omega Pi 1961; SNEA. Fifth Row: IVY RAY SCOTT, Georgetown; Upper Elementary; LTA. RODNEY SELF, Many; Industrial Arts. RUTH SELF. Hornbeck ; Business Education ; Pi Omego Pi. Sixth Row : CHARLES GERALD SIMON, Pineville; Accounting; Chorus 1958- 62 ; College Choorale 1958-62 ; Phi Kappa Phi. JESSE DALE SKINNER, Belmont; Health and Physical Education. BOBBY LEE SLACK, Cotton Valley ; Zoology ; Beta Beta Beta Presi- dent ; Vice President of Men; Student Council. Seventh Row: MARY ALICE PRESTHIDGE SLACK. Alexandria; Nursing; Aqua- tic Team Secretary; BSU President I960; Slate liSU Executive Council 1961; Vice President Student Council on Shreveport (lam- pu 1961 ; President Student Council on Pineville Campus 1961 ; LASN; NASN; YWA. S. L. SLACK, Sarepta; Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi, Reporter. BILLIE HENRY SLATTEN, Boyce; Bacteriology; Sophomore Coun- selor; Bacteriology (Hub, Treasurer 1959. I96 CLASS OF 1962 First Row: AMELIA ELIZABETH SLAY, Many; Dietetics. DOLORES JEANNE SMITH, Church Point; Nursing. GLENDA SMITH. Cotton Valley; Business Education; Sigma Kap- pa; Floor Counselor; SLTA. Second Row: WILLIAM A. SMITH. JR., Natchitoches; Electronics Technology; Association of I nited States Army. JOHN ROGER SPALDING, Natchitoches; Social Sciences. PATRICIA JANE STARKS, Chestnut; Primary Education; SLTA. I!i nil Row: MARILYN LOUISE STEWART. Shreveport; Bacteriology; Beta Beta Beta, Secretary 1961; Flamingo Club 1958-59; Chi Gamma I ' lii, Vice President 1961-62. l l!l RL STILES. Campti ; Journalism; Alpha Phi Gamma; Chorus; Chorale; Orchestra. CHARLES ROLAND STOKES, Calcasieu; Electronics. Fourth Row: [LLIAM R. STOTHART, Coushatta; Sociology. RUTH ELIZABETH STROZIER, Trout; Business Education; Pi Omega I ' i; SNEA ; AWS Hij; Sifter; Wesley Foundation. PEGG ANN SWOR, Shreveport; English; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta I ' i; Demonettes 1958-59; Homecoming Queen 1961. Fifth Row: JANIE KROUSE TASSIN, Lecompte; Animal Husbandry; Demeter; National Secretary-Treasurer 1960-61; Senior Counselor. PATRICIA ANN TEMPLE, Beaumont, Tex.; Nursing. DOROTHY DELL TERRY, Bossier City; Primary Education. Sixth Row: MI ROSE THEDFORD, Many; Dietetics; Demonettes 1958; Chorus; Choral.-; Stafl Assistant 1959; Euthenics Club 1959-61. PAUL LEON THIEL, Shreveport; Accounting; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian 1960-61; Vice President 1961-62; Potpourri Editor 1962; Potpourri Section Editor 1961; Interfraternity Council 1961-62, S» retary 1961-62; Phi Mo Upha Sinfornia Music Fraternity; Execu tive Alumni Secretary 1959-60; Vice President 1960-61, Historian 1961-62; Blue Kej National Honoi Fraternity, Historian L961-62; Associated Mens Students; Student Congress Delegate; Chorus; Chorale; Homecoming Committee; I ' i Omega I ' i. JKKin MICHAEL THIELS, Alexandria; Accounting-Business .i ministration; Dormitor) President; Gymnastic Team; Roughriders; New man ( .lull , Monitor. Seventh Row : BILL ' ) THOMAS, Natchitoches; Languages; Alpha Psi Omega; Phi Kappa Phi; Dim- Players; President 1961 2. ROBERT W AYNE THOMAS, Natchitoches; I ' i r Elemental] I.I ucation ; Kappa Delta I ' i. l DEAN THORNTON, l ' .—.. Nursing; LASN. 97 THE SENIOR First Row : ELLIENNE NELL TODD, Bell City; Nursing; Alpha Gamma Del- ta, President ; Dormitory Council ; SNA Reporter ; LASN Treasurer ; SNA President; NSNA. DON WILLIAM TRULY, Shreveport; Upper Elementary-Health and Physical Education ; Phi Epsilon Kappa, President 1961-62. SHARON LENORA TUDOR, Pineville; Nursing; Aquatics Club; Hand; BSU Secretary-Treasurer, Publicity Chairman; LASN. Second Row: ROBERT JOSEPH TURLEY, Natchitoches; Accounting; Sigma Tau Gamma; Pi Omega Pi; Alternate Student Congress. PEGGY JANE TURNER, Simpson; Business Education; Demonettes 1959; Sophomore Counselor; Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi. PATRICK ROY VrDRINE. Ville Platte; Instrumental Music Edu- cation; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfornia; Phi Mu Alpha, Historian, Execu- tive Alumni Secretary, Warden; Band; Little Symphony. Third Row: DOROTHY VINES, Newellton; Primary Education; Dormitory Offi- cer 1959-60; Purple Jackets 1961-62. Secretary 1961-62; AWS Officer 1961-62; SLTA; Staff Assistant. MARY KATHERINE WALKER, Natchitoches; Primary Education; BSU Executive Council ; AWS. VALERIE WALKER, Calvin; Upper Elementary Education; SLTA. Fourth Row : DOROTHY WALLEN, Nashville, Tenn.; Art; Sigma Sigma Sigma. Best Pledge 1958-59, Anita Titone Award 1959-60, Vice President 1960-61, Junior Leadership Award 1960-61, President 1961-62; POT- POURRI Greek Editor 1959-60, Editor 1960-61; IAWS Representative 1960-62; AWS Undergraduate Award 1959-60; Sophomore Counselor 1959-60; Dormitory Officer 1958-59; Kappa Pi Treasurer 1961-62; Purple Jackets; Miss NSC Nominee; Miss Potpourri 1960-61; Senior Counselor 1961-62. RUBY WALLETTE, Waterproof; Upper Elementary Educaction; LTLA ; Kappa Delta Pi. MARY LOUISE WALTERS. Colfax; Elementary Education. Fifth Row: DAVID LYNN WARD, Montgomery; Industrial Education and Physical Education ; Pi Kappa Phi ; Swimming Team 1957. LAVETTE WARD, Shreveport; Home Economics. ATHALA WATKINS, Shreveport; Sociology; State Fair Court 1959-60, 1960-61 ; Potpourri Beauty 1960-61 ; Freshmen Queen 1959- 60. Sixth Row: PEGGY LOYCE WATSON, Pollack; Physical Education; Women ' s Gym Team 1960-62; Contemporary Dance Club 1960-62; Potpourri Beauty 1961-62. PATRICIA WATTS, Saline; Nursing; BSU Nursing Council 1958. Executive Council 1960; LASN; NSNA. ROBERT ROY WEAVER, Campti; Industrial Arts Education; Iota Lambda Sigma. Seventh Row : WALTER R. WEAVER. JR., Coushatta; Agriculture; Demeter; Roughriders. CAROL ANN WEBBER. Vivian; Nursing; SNA. LORRAINE WEEKS, Harrisonburg; Business Education. 198 C LA S S OF 19 6 2 First Row: KATHRYN WEFFENSTETTE, Natchitoches; Primary Education. JOSEPH C. WEINMUNSON, New Orleans; Journalism; Current Sauce Staff 1958-62; Newman Uuh; Alpha Phi Gamma Bailiff; Journalism Fraternity. EDWIN 0. WESTMORELAND, Shreveport ; Journalism ; Sigma Tau Gamma Sergeant-of-arms 1962; Black Knights 1958-60; Current Sauce Sports Editor 1959-60; ROTC 1958-62; Senior Class Vice President 1961-62. Second Row : DOROTHY C. WHITE, Alexandria; Upper Elementary Education; Alpha Beta Alpha; ROTC Sponsor 1958-59. NORMA ELLEN WHITE, Melville; Upper Elementary Education; Sophomore Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; SLTA ; Potpourri Staff; BSU. GWENDOLYN WHITEHEAD, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Edu- cation; Demonettes 1960. Third Row: FRANCIS DAN W HITEHURST, Pineville; Accounting. SUSAN WHITEMAN. New Orleans; Nursing; Demonettes 1958-59; First Vice President of School of Nursing 1960-61 ; LASN. MIKE WHI ' IFORD. Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. Fourth Row : JON BENNETT WHITTINGTON, Bossier City; Industrial Educa- tion. GLENN C. WILKINS, limner; Upper Elementan, Education; Sopho- more Vice President; BSU Freshmen Council; BSU Executive Coun- cil, President 1961 ; Blue Key 1960-62. BILL 1 MARVIN WILKINSON, Calvin; Mathematics. Fifth Row: BETTY WILLIAMS. Delhi; Nursing. ROGER WILLI WIS. Bunkie; Upper Elemental-) Education. GORDON WILLIAMSON, Simpson; Accounting; Pi Omega Pi, President 1961-62. Sixth Row: JERRY BYRON WILLIS. W innlield ; Accounting; Pi Kappa Phi; Gym Team 1958-60; l ' i Kappa Phi Treasurer 1959-60, President 1960-61; [nterfraternity Council 1958-62, Secretary-Treasure] 1959 60, Vice President 1960-61; Student Loan Committee 1961-62; Out- standing Pi Kappa Phi Pledge 1958. JERm LYNN WILSON, Marrero; Nursing. JAMES LESLIE WINN. Clarence; Electronics-Mathematics; Ameri- can Institute of Engineers 1959-60; Industrial Arts Club. Seventh Row: JERRTi RA WINN. Nevi Orleans; Business Administration; Sigma Tau Gamma; Black Knights 1958-60; Sophomore Class Represents live 1959-60; Junior Class Representative 1960-61; Student Council Election Committee 1959-60, Social Committee 1960-61; Interfratei nit) Council 1960-62. WILLIAM WINTERR01 D, Shreve t; Physics. JOHN B. WOOD. Shreveport; Social Science; Kukloa Vdelphi; l pha Beta Alpha. Nice President; [nterfraternity Council. too THE SENIORS First Rom : JAMES LESTER WOODS, Alexandria; Electronics; Kuklos Adel- phi. WILLIAM CARROLL WOOLLEY. Florien; Health and Physical Education; Basketball. GENE WRIGHT. Natchitoches; Physical Education; Basketball. Second Row : GLORIA WRIGHT. Harrisonburg; Library Science; Alpha Beta Alpha; SLTA. JERRY LYNN WRIGHT, Florien; Accounting. WILLIAM WADE YOUNG, JR., Bastrop; Business Administration; Kuklos Adelphi. Always on the Job lOO JUNIORS First Row : • GARY WAYNE ACKLIN, Jonesboro; Market- ing. • FRANKLIN ADAMS. Coushatta; Indus- trial Education. • JOHNNY ADAMS, Pineville; Business Administration. • JANICE ROSELYN ADCOCK, Shreveport; Nursing. • GERALD AD- KINS, Coushatta; Wildlife. Second Row : • JOY ANN ALBRITTAN, Bernice; Nursing. • JOHN PHILLIP ALLEN, Robeline; Health and Physical Education. • PATRICLA NELL ALLEN. Shreveport ; Library Science. • PATRICIA AL- TER, Orlando, Fla. ; Upper Elementary Education. • MONA RAE AMRHE1N, Baton Rouge; Nurs- ing. Third Row : • L ANDING, Opeloosas; Physical Education. • DOTTYE ANDRIES, Glenmora; Nursing. • TOMMY JOE ANDRIES, Many; Physics-Mathe- matics. • CHARLES R. ARMSTRONG, Ida; Busi- ness Administration. • JOHNNY F. ARM- STRONG, Gilliam; Physical Education-Upper Elementary ' Education. Fourth Row: • CATHERINE ARNOLD. Shreveport; Social Welfare. • PEGGY ARWOOD, Bossier City; Speech and Hearing Therapy. • JAMES MARTIN ATKINS, Shreveport ; Business Administration. • SANDRA BAKER. Pineville; Upper Elementarv Education. • MARY ANN BANKSTON, Baton Rouge; Library Science. Fifth Row: • JIMMY BARNES. Atlanta; Industrial Educa- tion. • SUE BARR. Rodessa; Sociology. • ROB- ERT BARRETT. Logansport; Biology. • ROB- ERT BATES, Forest Hill; Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • EARNEST JAMES BAXLEY, Winnfield; Agriculture. Sixth Row: • CARMEN ANN BENNETT, Boyce; Primarv Education • RICHARD BERARD. Natchitoches; Bacteriology. • JODY GAINER BERGERON. Sri- dell; Nursing. • CAROLYN FAYE BERNARD, Hammond; Nursing. • HELEN BERNARD. Natchitoches; Primary Education. Seventh Row : • MARJORIE BILLINGSLEY, Natchitoches; Pri- mary Education. • EDGAR BJLLIOTT, Cameron ; Electronic-. • JAMES BLACK. Shreveport; Ele tronics. • WILLIAM BLACKSHER, Boyce; Busi- ness Administration. • PEGGV BLANCHARD, New llierhi; English. Eighth Row: • THEDA BLANCHARD. Natchitoches; Primarj Education. • WILLIAM E. BLANCHARD, Jones- boro; Upper Elementarv Education. • DWIS BLAND, Shreveport; Electronics. • DELPHINE BLANKENSHIP, Alexandria; Primarj Education • LEONARD W. BLANTON, JR., Springhill; Ac- counting. Ninth Row : • RONALD BLOUNT, Trout; Business Adminis- tration, • KEND " ! I, BOATY, Pineville; Account ing. • JOHN ARTHUR BOI.IY Singei ; Biology. • ALICE FA " V E BOUV LK. Ashland; I r II. mentarj Education. • EDWIN BONIAL, Alexan dria : Mathematics. Tenth Row: • DON ALD BOOTY, Franklinton; Physical Edu- cation. • DON BO I NDS. Shreveport ; Physical Education .• CHARLES II I I M BO " i D, Co- lumbus, Ga.; Business Administration. • JAMES ROM). Natchitoches; Chemistry. • ANITA BRADBERRY, Wesl Monroe; Nursing. aoi Lo.,rj JUNIORS First Row : • JIMMY BRADFORD, Georgetown; Upper Ele- mentary Education. • JOHN BENNY BRADY, Winnfield; Social Science. • TOMMY BREW- TON, Calvin ; Mathematics. • DONNA BRIEGEL. Shreveport ; Upper Elementary Education. • BAR- BARA LYNN BRIGHT, Homer; Primary Educa- tion. Second Row : • MORRIS BROSSETTE, Natchitoches; Mathe- matics. • ANNA MARIE BROUSSARD, Natchi- toches; Home Economics. • BEN R. BROWN. Shreveport; Upper Elementary ' Education. • NET- TLES BROWN, Coushatta; Accounting. • TOM- MY GERALD BRUMLEY. Montgomery; Health and Physical Education. Third Row : • CHARLES EDWARD BUNDRICK, Winnfield; Accounting. • REUBEN J. BURNS, Natchitoches; Agriculture. • FRANK BURTON. Millville, N. J.; Sociology. • JERRY BURTON, Shreveport; Physi- cal Education. • STEPHEN BURTON, Oil City; Mathematics. Fou rlh Row : • DONNA BUSH, Shreveport; History. • PAUL BUSH, Tioga ; Health and Physical Education. • ALEX CABANILLAS, Natchitoches; Account- ing. • FREDA KATHARINE CADOW, Houma; Physics. • DAVID LEE CALAWAY. Bunkie; Health and Physical Education. Fifth Row: • RILEY LEE CALHOUN, Eva; Agriculture. • RODNEY CALHOUN, Eva; Agriculture. • GEORGE CAMERON, Colfax; Mathematics. • JEAN CARAWAY. Hodge; Nursing. • VIR- GINIA CARPENTER. Springhill ; Medical Tech- nology. Sixth Rom : • MARGUERITE CARSON, Many; 1 ' rimary Edu- cation. • JERRY CARTER, Shreveport; Business Administration. • MARY LOU CARTER, Boyce; Nursing. • SHEARON CAUSEY. Shreveport; Business. • BETTY SUE CHANCE, Leesville ; Primary Education. Seventh Row : • BILLY CHANCE, Anacoco; Up per Elementary Education. • BONNIE HAND CHANCE, Natchi- loches; Nursing. • CAROLE CHANCE, Elizabeth; English. • EDDIE CHANDLER, Plain Dealing; Physical Education. • OTI1A CHANDLER. Shreveport ; Accounting. Eighth Row: • VALERIE CHARLES. Maplewood; Nursing. • PEGGY ELLEN CHERRY, Shreveport; Soci- ology. • JIMMY CHILDRESS. Ida; Physical Edu- cation. • ANNE CLARK, Alexandria; Medical Technology. • JAMES CLEGG, Shreveport; Music. Ninth Row: • BARNES CLEMENS. Shreveport; Electronics- Mathematics. • JOSEPH KEITH CLOUTIER, Bermuda; Electronics. • GAYLE COCO. Alex- andria; Nursing. • JUDY ANN COKER, Alexan- dria; Nursing. • LINDA JO COLEMAN, Monroe; Sociology. Tenth Row: • LESLIE COLLIER, Gilmer, Tex.; Health and Physical Education. • CARLOS CONERLY. Shreveport; Accounting. • OLAUS REAN CON- NOR. Winnfield; Sociology. • JUANITA KEY, Denham Springs; Nursing. • IUTRESS COOLEY, JIG, DeRidder; Upper Elementary Education. 101 JUNIO RS First Row : • SUSAN COOPER, Shreveport; Nursing. • CAROLYN CORLEY, Merryville; Home Econom- ics. • THEODORE CORMIER, Lake Charles; In- dustrial Education. • KIT NORMA CORSON, Lake Charles; Physical Education. • ROBERT CORTINEZ, Shreveport ; Accounting. Second Row : • LEROY COSSE, Port Sulphur; Physical Edu- cation. • MARTHA ELAINE COTTEN, Shreve- port; Journalism. • GLENDOW COVINGTON. Plain Dealing; Agriculture. • JOE M. COX. Lo- gansport ; Business Education. • ROBERT H. CRAIN, El Dorado, Ark.; Accounting. Third Row : • DORIS CRANFORD, Coushatta; Home Eco- nomics. • JAMES SIDNEY CRAWFORD, Belle Chasse; Animal Husbandry. • THOMAS VER- NON CRAWFORD, Plain Dealing; Agriculture. • JERALD CREAMER, Campti; Civil Engineer- ing. • BARBARA JEAN CRIPPEN. Bossier City- Primary Education. Fourth Row: • JESSE CROOKS. Jena; Sociology. • LINDA CROW, Cotton Valley; Nursing. • MYRNA HAN- CHEY CROW, DeRidder; I pper Elementary Edu- cation. • mi. LIE JOHN CRYKR. Pineville; Nurs- ing. • JOHN PAUL CULPEPPER. JR., Mans- field ; Speech. Fifth Row: • PERCY CURTIS, Many; Physics-Mathematics. • MAK LOUISE DAMICO, Alexandria; Nur- ing. • BARBARA JEAN DAWSON. Oak Grove; Nursing. • DALE DEBLIEUX. Natchitoches; Business Administration. • MARLIN WILLARI) DEEN, Atlanta; Mathematics. Sixth Row: • JOHNN STEWART DELK, El Pa-o. Tex.: Business Administration. • LOUIS DINNANT. Alexandria; Business Administration. • JO EVE- LYN DISON, Natchitoches; Social Studies. • C VIII ER INK DISTEFANNO, Hammond: m- ing. • DOROTIH D0MB01 RIAN, New Orleans Nursing. Seventh Row : • CHARLES Don, Shre eport ; Accounting. • ALLEN DOUGHTY, Kentwood; Industrial Educa- tion. • JOSEPH DOW, Leesville; Mathematics, • JANE DUDLEY, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • JACK DUNCAN. JR.. Bossier City; Education. Eighth Row: • LILLIAN Dl PREE, Bastrop; Nursing. • ROD NEY PALI, Dl ' PREE. Orange, Tex.; Physical Education. • HUGH C. Dl K 11 AM. 111. Shreve port; Sociology. • CHARLES DYESS, Martha ville; I pper Elementary Education. • MYRNA EASON; Marthaville; Nursing. Ninth How : • EUGENE EDDLEMON, Hineston; I pper Ele mentar) Education. • JOSEPH EDRELL, Echo; Accounting. • THOMAS EISENHAUER, Shreve port; Accounting. • JERRI ALLEN ESTES, Jackson; Business Administration. • JOHN KYWN EDGAR, Shreveport; Journalism. ' lentil How: • SIDNIA I! LAWS. Natchiioche«; Account ing. • NELLIE FARMER, Converse; Primary Education. • RO " i D. FARMER, JR., Pineville; Music. • CHARLES FESTERVAND, Shreveport; Government, • BETTYE LOl FLETCHER, Mans- field ; I [ome Economics. 103 JUNIORS First Row : • BARBARA E. FLOYD, Pineville; Medical Tech- nology. • DENNIS G. FOLDS, Lawtell; Speech. • JARRETT L. FORD, Melder ; Business Adminis- tration. • POLLY L. FORD, Pineville; Sociology. • CHARLES M. FRYE, Heflin; Industrial Arts. Second Row : • CHARLES R. FULCO. JR., Shreveport; Social Sciences. • HERMAN B. FULLEN, Chalmette ; Social Sciences. • ALINE FUSELIER, Oakdale; Home Economics Education. • PATRICIA A. CANDY, Shreveport; Journalism. • RUSSELL E. GAHAGAN, JR., Natchitoches; Business Adminis- tration. Third Row : • DAVID R. CALLIEN, Natchitoches; Business Education. • ROBERT R. GENTRY, Marthaville; Journalism. • WILL R. GEORGE, Stonewall; Ac- counting. • NED L. GERMANY, New Iberia; Physics. • MARTHA GEYER, Shreveport; Nurs- Fourth Row : • GILES OLAN GILLIAM, Shreveport; Chemis- try. • MARY J. GD7ENS. Coushatta; Elementary Education. • JOSEPH T. GLORIOSO, Alexan- dria; Accounting. • CHARLES GOUTHIERE, JR.. Shreveport; Education. • TOMMY D. GRAF- TON, Bernice; Upper Elementary Education. Fifth Row: • DOROTH GRAISER, New Orleans; Social Science Education. • CHARLES R. GRAY, Shreveport ; Business Education. • ROBERT G. GREEN. Jacksonville; Electronics. • SANDRA LYNN GREENE, Fenton; Home Economics. • GERALDINE GREMILLION, Alexandria; Nurs- Sixth Row: • JOHN R. GRIGG, Bienville; Upper Elementary Education. • JUNE E. GRIMMER, Mermenton ; Nursing .• JOSEPH U. GUIDROZ, Livonia; Up- per Elementary Education. • JERRY GUIDRY, Raceland ; Electronics. • BOBBY G. GUIN, Winn- field ; Speech. Seventh Row: • JAMES GUIN, Campti ; Social Science. • TRESA T. HADNOT, Leesville; Social Studies Education. • BETTY HALEY, Natchitoches; Health and Physical Education. • ELIZABETH A. HALL. Bossier; Upper Elementary. • GUY D. HARKNESS, Sibley; Mathematics. Eighth Row: • HOYT W. HARRINGTON, JR.. Winnfield; Electronics. • DONALD L. HARRIS, Bossier; Wildlife Management. • YOUNG HARTWELL, Monterey; Agriculture. • ROBERT B. HATCH- ETT. Boyce; Business Administration. • LOUIS M. HAYES, Little Rock; Health and Physical Education. Ninth Row: • WILLIAM A. HECKEL. Natchitoches; Physi- cal Education • FAY E. HEDRICK, Pollock; Medical Technology. • LEONARD HEDRICK. Baton Rouge; Biology Education. • KATHERINE A. HEINRICHS, Shreveport; Social Science. • DON LD L. HENRY, Shreveport; Industrial Arts. Tenth Row: • CARLTON M. HERPIN, Kaplan; Upper Ele- mentary Education. • NORMAN 0. HICKS. Robe- line; Social Science. • ALFRED H. HILLARY. JR., Haynesville; Business Administration. • CHARLES HINKS. Gibsland; Upper Elementary Education. • LEWIS C. HINES, Many; Mathe- matics. 104 JUNIORS First Row : • SUE HOGG, Grayson; Nursing. • LEONARD ALLEN HOLLAND, Sarepta; Accounting. • WARREN JAY HOLLAND, III. Monterey; Chem- istry Education. • KENNETH HOOD, Homer; Physical Education and Upper Elementary. • RE- BECCA HOOKER. Leesville; Business Education. Second Row: • JEANNIE HOUSER, Shreveport ; Nursing. • VONDA SUE HOWELL, Hodge; Nursing. • JAMES F. HUCKABY, Hodge; Social Science. • GINGER A. HUNT, Clinton; Nursing. • BOB- BY RAY HUGHES, Natchitoches; Mathematics. Third Row: • MILDRED J0FFR10N, Keithville; Primary Ed- ucation. • LINDA GAYLE JOHNSON, Hineston; Vocal Music Education. • RONALD GENE JOHN- SON, San Antonio, Tex.; Physical Education. • DORIS JONES, Minden; Home Economics. • HATTIE RUTH JOPLIN, Ferriday; Primary Edu- Fourth Row: • WILLIAM H. JORDAN. Florien; Accounting. • CARLINE KING, Alexandria; Nursing. CYN- THIA ADELE KNIGHT, Alexandria; Library Sci- ence. • JIMMYE FAYE KNOTT. Marthaville; Primary Education. • PHYLLIS EILEEN KOLB, Alexandria; Social Studies. Fifth Row: • BOBBY LAMBERT, Mansfield; Electronics. • WARREN LANDRY, Kaplan; Accounting. • ASHTON LANGLINAIS. Abbeville; Education. • MICKEY DON LANKFORD. Gilliam; Health and Physical Education. • WALTER W. LASH- LEY, Winnfield; Mathematics. Sixth Row: • JIM LAY, Min.hn; Nursing. • THOMAS D. LEDOUX, Opelousas; Business Education. • JER- RY E. LEMOINE, Natchitoches; Physical Educa- tion. • ERROL LILL, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • ROBBIE MORGAN LINDSEY, Coushatta; Up- per Elementary Education. Seventh Row : • ' i VDONNIE JEAN LOVE. Winnfield; Primary Education. • PATS ' LOWDERBACK, Shreve- port; Business Education. • SIDNEY Y. LL ' CII S, Florien; Agriculture. • MELOIN M. -CONN ELL. Springfield; Upper Elementary. • CHARLES MC- DOWELL, Shreveport; Business Administration. Eighth Row: • GENEV UrGLOTIILIN, Una; Primary Edu- lion. • HI SS MclNNIS, Shreveport; Business Id ministration. • KU McINTOSH, St. Joseph; Home Economics. • LINDA GAYLE MACHIN, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • ARNETTA McPHEAR- SON. Mansfield; Art. Ninth Row: • PATRICK (.. M ALMSTROM, Shreveport; Busi- ness. • BRENDA BRUCE MALONE, Vinton; Nursing. • JOE MARANTO, Shreveport; . counting. • ROBERT MARSHMAN, St. Francis- ville; Art. • ALLEN RO 1 ! MARTIN, Hall Sum- mit ; Mathematics. I « ii Mi Row: • WO M KTIY Wesl Monroe; Nursing. • 10SEPH L. MARTINEZ, Leesville; [ndustrial Ed- ucation. • SANDR . M H . Crowlej ; Nursing. • HOMER M I I » K. Plain Dealing; Agricul- ture. • W MATTHEWS, Many; Librarj Sci- ence. 205 JUNIORS First Kow: • BARBARA MATTINGLY, Bossier City; Upper Elementary Education. • DIANNE MAYEAUX. Natchitoches; Speech Education. • DARRELL MAYES. Winnfield; Mathematics. • MARIAN MEADOR, Shreveport ; Primary Education. • AN- GEL MEDINA, Dodson; Business Administration. Second Row : • TROY MEREDITH, Shreveport; Business Ad- ministration. • MARLIN MERRELL, III, Lena; Sociology. • ROBERT MEYERS, Marthaville; Upper Elementary Education. • JOE MICHAEL PRICE, Coushatta; Accounting. • OPAL MID- KIFF, Rosepine ; Upper Elementary Education. Third Row: • GLEN DALE MIERS, Florien ; Social Science. • EDDY MILLER, Natchitoches; Sociology. • LEIGHTON MILLER, JR., Alexandria; Govern- ment. • LEONARD MILLER, Minden; Elec- tronics. • MILTON CHARLES LESHE, Natchi- toches; Business Administration. Fourth Row : • CHARLES EDWARD MITCHELL, Mansfield; Upper Elementary Education. • HORACE RICH- ARD MITCHELL, Jena; Industrial Arts. • JOHN MITCHELL, DeRidder; Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • LAVERNE MITCHELL, Florien; Nurs- ing. • A. J. MODICA, Bossier City; Agriculture. Fifth Row: • PATRICIA GAIL MONK, Siepa; Education. • PEGGY JEAN MONKHOUSE, Shreveport; Pri- mary Education. • BETH MOORE. Marthaville; Nursing. • DOROTHY FAYE MOORE, Winn- field; Business Education. • JAMES GARY MOORE, Mansfield; Physical Education and Up- per Elementary Education. Sixth Row: • JUANITA MOORE, Eunice; Nursing. • KEN- NETH MORAN, Columbus, Miss.; Business Ad- ministration. • CAROLYN MORGAN, Alexan- dria; Medical Technology. • DELL MORGAN, Natchitoches; Primary Education. • JAMES PHILLIP MORGAN. Alexandria; Chemistry. Seventh Row : • TIM Z. MORGAN, Tallulah; Industrial Educa- tion. • LARKED MOUTON, Alexandria; Account- ing. • GERRY MULLINS, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. • STEPHEN PATRICK MURPHY, Natchitoches; Industrial Education. • RALPH C. MURRELL. Pineville; Electronics- Industrial Education. Fiji lull Row: • JOHN JAMES NASH, Bunkie; Agronomy • BETTY ANN NEELY, Shreveport; Journalism. • ROBERT HENDRICK NICHOLS, Shreveport; Geography. • ERNEST B. NORMAN, III. New Orleans; Business Administration. • JOHNNY RAY NORMAN, Coushatta; Animal Husbandry. Ninth Row: • KENNETH NORRIS, Bossier City; Business Administration. • LEONARD NUGENT, Dry Prong; Business Administration. • PAUL OAK- LEY, Converse; Upper Elementary Education • WILLIAM OISKK, Pineville; Business Adminis- tration. • SUNSHINE PALMER, Mansfield; Nurs- ing. Tenth Row: • WAYNE i) PARKER, Alexandria; Indus- trial Arts. . HARRIS L. PATTON, JR., Bunkie; Busii Administration. • CRAWFORD PAY- TON, Shreveport; Industrial Education. • ROB- ERT PEAK, Alexandria; Government. • DONNA PEDRON, Springhill; Social Science. 106 JUNIORS First Row : • ANITA GLENN PENTNOER. Forest Hill; Eng- lish and Journalism. • REM R. PEROT, Owega. N.Y.: Government and Pre-Law. • WILLIAM N. PERRV. Baton Rouge; Physics. • WANDA PE- TERS. Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. • ZULA PHILLIPS. Natchitoches; Nursing. Second Row: • NOVA LEE PHILLIPS. Alexandria; Nursing. • l in PAT PIRNIOUE, Monroe: Nursing. • FRANCIS PIXLEY. Shongaloo; Nursing. • CAROLYN DOLORES POWELL. Waterproof; Primary Education. • JOANN POWELL. Shreve- port ; Primary Education. Third Row: • CARROLL PRESLEY, Natchitoches; Account- ing and Business. • PATRICIA PRESLEY, Ana- coco; Education. • ELIZABETH PRICE. Pollock; Nursing. • JERRICE PRINCE, Jonesville; Nurs- ing. • PATH PROPHIT, Monroe; Nursing. Fourth Row: • MAin LEONIE PRUDHOMME, Natchitoches; Piano-Voice. • MAR 7 } JEANETTE PURCELL. Bossier City; Library Science. • KENNETH PUR- VIS, Shreveport ; Industrial Arts. • RONALD TIL- MAN QUIMBY, Natchitoches; Business Adminis- tration. • THOMAS URBAIN RACHAL. JR.. Natchitoches ; Business. Fifth Row: • SANDRA RANDALL, Baton Rouge; Speech an, I Hearing Therapy. • HERMAN FRED RAN DOW. Pineville; Business Administration • BEV- ERLY SUE REEVES. Shreveport; Primarj Edu- cation. • PATSY ANN RHODES, Bossier City; Upper Elemental-) Education. • BONNIE RICH- ARDSON, Hackberry ; Primary Education. Sixth Row: • RUTH RICHARDSON. Shreveport; Sociology. • NEI.DA ANN RICDON. Ashland; Home Eco- nomics. • DONNA RITCHIE. Lockport ; Mathe- matics. • CUBIE RIVERS, Zwolle; Home Eco- nomic-. • CLAUDIA ROBBINS, Glenmora; Pri- mary Education. Seventh Row : • CAROLYN RUTH ROBERTS, Alexandria; Health and Physical Education. • CARNEY ROB ERTSON, Pineville; I pper Element arj Education. • CHARLES ROBERTSON, Ball; Industrial Technology. • BARBARA ROBINETTE, Mansfield; Business. • GEORGE ROGERS, Shreveport ; Zoology . Fight b Row: • JO NELL ROGERS, Pelican; Home Economics. • KATHRYN ROGERS, Springhill; Primarj Ed- ucation. • l) N KOI ZEE, Leesville; Industrial Technology. • l. N E ROWELL, innfield ; Home Economics-Journalism. • DARRELL ROY, Sulphui ; Physical Education. Ninth Row : • EVELYN RUSSELL Sondheimer; Nursing. • JAMES LAMAR SALTER, Florien; Business Ed ucation. • )() TIP ION SAMS, Ringgold; Math ematics. • RICHARD SASSER, Deville; Mathe- malic-. • C. W. SAWYER, Shreveport; Account- ing. Ten lh Row: • l l A S II AMBER, Basile; Mathematics • JAMES SCRUGGS, Zwolle; Industrial Arts. • JAMES ALLEN SHAHAN, Logansport; Mathe- matics. • LVKin SHAW, Ruston; Business Id- ministration. • MELVIN Km SHAW, Mont ■join, i ; [ndusti ial Education. 107 • f f % JUNIORS First Row : • NELIA SHAW, Springhill; Nursing. • GLEN- DA GAYLE SHEPHERD, Center Point; Primary Education. • STEVE J. SHOWS, Shreveport ; Business. • GABRIEL SIBILLE, Sunset; Upper Elementary Education. • WILLIAM SIMMONS. Converse; Upper Elementary Education. Second Row : • BEA BETH SKINNER. Many; Elementary Ed- ucation. • CARROLL SLACK, Cotton Valley- Zoology. • GAIL SLACK, Natchitoches; Primary Education. • WILLIAM RALPH SLAY, Minden ; Upper Elementary Education. • LESLIE SLAY- DON, DeRidder; Business Education. Third Row: • ARTHUR SMITH, Blanks; Biology. • BREN- DA SMITH, Montgomery ; Upper Elementary Ed- ucation. • ELLIOT O ' BRIAN SMITH, Shreve- port; Mathematics. • HARBERT WILSON SMITH, New Orleans; Mathematics. • MABEL LOUISE SMITH, Taylor; Nursing. Fourth Row: • PEGGY CAROL SMITH, Coushatta; Nursing. • ROBERT SMITH, Natchitoches; Music. • SARA RUTH SMITH. Tampa, Fla.; Nursing. • KAREN ANN SNOUFFER, New Iberia; Art. • ROBERT SPILLERS, Shreveport ; Pre-Law. Fifth Row: • SHIRLEY SPRATT, Bossier City; Nursing. • JAMES REED STACY, Natchitoches; Agricul- ture. • JOHN STAHL, Zwolle; Business Ad- ministration. • LOUIS STAHL, Springhill; Engi- neering Drafting. • BILLY ST. ANDRE, Natchi- toches ; Electronics. Sixth Row: • JAMES 0. STEPHENS, Natchitoches; Pre- Medicine. • MELBA L. STEPHENS, Elizabeth; Upper Elementary Education. • JAMES THOMAS STEWART, Montgomery; Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • TOMMY STEWART, Doyline; Soci- ology. • LEAH STOREY, Monterey; Home Eco- nomics. Seventh Row : • JUANITA STRICKLAND, Minden; Nursing. • ANNIE SUGGS, Lisbon; Nursing. • MURIEL SULLIVAN, Castor; Mathematics. • VIRGINIA SUMRALL, Shreveport ; Secretarial Science. • STANLEY L. SUTHERLAND, JR., Belle Chasse; Industrial Education. Eighth Row: • ALLEN ROY SWILLEY, Winnfield; Music Education. • BRITT L. SYNCO, Minden; Busi- ness Administration. • GLENN EDWARD TAL- BERT, Lake Charles; Health and Physical Edu- cation. • GEORGE E. TAYLOR. Waterproof; Ac- counting. • SANDRA F. TAYLOR, Winnfield; Primary Education. Ninth Row: • LOUIS TESTA. JR., Waterproof; Business Ad- ministration. • OLLIE A. THAMES, Shrevei ort ; Bacteriology. • JERRY GORDON THOMAS, Ringgold; Business Administration. • JUDTl BETH THOMAS, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education-Vocal Music. • CHARLES KENNETH THOMPSON, Kilgore, Tex.; Accounting. Tenth Row: • MYRTLE THOMPSON, Pollock; Mathematics. • WALTER PATRICK THOMPSON. Jonesboro ; Health and Physical Education. • LINDA ANN THORN, Bossier Citv; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. • MARY MARGARET TILBURNE, Shreve- port; Nursing. • MIKE B. TONEY, Alexandria; Accounting. :lo8 JUNIORS First Row : • WOODROW TRAMMELL, Alexandria; Soci- ology. • DOROTHY TREVENEN. Alexandria; Sociology. • RACHEL TRIPP, Cullen ; Nursing. • MARY ELLEN TYLER, Shrevepoh; Upper Elementary Education. • ANNETTE LINDA UR- BAN, Alexandria ; Social Welfare. Second Row : • LOLLS C. VAINE, Vermont; Business Adminis- tration. • DAVID C. VANDERLICK, Alexandria; Agronomy. • JERRY ANN VANN, Bossier City; Vocal-Piano. • JERRY VARNADO, Alexandria; Marketing. • VICTOR COUVILLION, Alexan- dria ; Journalism. Third Row: • LL HOLMES VORHOFF, Natchitoches; Art. • ELIZABETH WALKER, Jonesboro ; Nursing. • JAMES WALKER, Natchitoches; Government. • PATRICIA LOUISE WALKER, Shreveport; Home Economics. • DENNIS WALLETTE, Natch- itoches; Accounting. Fourth Row: • GLENDA WALTERS, West Monroe; Biology- Bacteriology. • ARTHUR WARD. Leesville; In- dustrial Arts. • ROBERT WARE, Shreveport; Accounting. • WARREN PRICE. Jackson; I pper Elementary Education-Physical Education. • WIL- LIAM WATSON, Mansfield; Electronics. Fifth Row: • JANICE WATTS. Shreveport; Nursing. • LIN- DA WEAVER, Sarepta; Primary Education. • DONALD WEBB, Shreveport; Business Adminis- tration. • CHERRIF. WEBSTER, Montgomery; Mathematics. • SUE WELCH, Mangham; Nurs- ing. Sixth Row : • HELEN W EST, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. • VICKY WEST, Albany; Speech. • ZANE WEBB, Marthaville; Accounting, • JUDY GAIL WHITE, Baton Rouge; Business Education. • MARY LUCY WHITE, Jonesville; Primary Education. Seventh Row: • JUDY ANN WILD. Alexandria; Medical Tech- nology. • ROGER HURST WILLIAMS, Natchi- toches; History. • KKNT W II.LOl GHBY, Shreve- port; Physical Education. • J ACQ! El INI WINN. Alexandria; I pper Elementary Education- Physical Education. • MAR ELLEN WISMNi,. Shreveport; Primarj Education. Eighth Rows • MAR1 WOODALL, L sstown; Business Edu- cation. • PATRICK WOODALL, Shreveport; Ac- counting. • GLORIA Wool) Kit. SpringhilJ . So retarial Science. • Rl I ' ll WooDW KD. Clinton; Journahsm. • DONALD WOOLSEY, Shreveport; Electronics. Ninth Row: • JERR ' i WREN, Kiln Tex.; Accounting. • M Mi I ' ll K V W RIGHT, Evergreen; Homi I ■ uomics. • GER LD DON 1 ARBROl GH, Cou- sliaiia; Accounting. loo SOPHOMORES First Row : • SANDRA REBECCA ADAIR, Bossier City; Nursing. • LINDA ADAMS, Mansfield; Primary Education. • OREN ADAMS, Jena; English. • SARAH ADAMS, Natchitoches; Mathematics. • BARBARA ADKINS, Coushatta; Primary Ed- ucation. • CHARLA AINSWORTH, Stephens, Ark.; Nursing. Second Row: • DIANA GAIL ALDRICH, Webster Groves, Mo.; Music. • BETTY FAYE ALEXANDER, Coushatta; Primary Educa- tion. • ROSALIND ALFORD, Many; Secretarial Science. • SUSAN ALLEN, Bossier City; Primary Education. • HO- WARD FLOYD ALLBRITTON, Tullos; Business. • JAYE LOU ALLEN, Winnfield; Home Economics. Third Row: • GERALD DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Logansport- Business Administration. • MAUREEN ANDREWS, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • BETTY LYNN ANTHONY Florien; Music. • TOMMY ARMSTRONG, Keithville; Marketing. • PATRICIA MARIE ARNOLD, Jena; Medical Technology. • SYBIL AUTIN, Houma; Merchandising. Fourth Row : • JAMES AYRES, Ringgold; Zoology. • VERLENE AYRES, Ashland: Nursing. • ROBERT B. BAILEY, Natchitoches; Electronics. • PATRICIA BALLARD. Marthaville; Secre- tarial Science. • SALLY ANN BALLARD. Amite; Nursing. • DOUGLAS W. BARRON, Ashland; Accounting. Fifth Row: • NEAL BAREMORE, Shreveport; Business Administration. • SANDRA SUE BARKLEY, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • LINDA GALE BARNES, Minden; Nursing. • MARGA- RET HELOISE BARROUSSE, Baton Rouge; Business. • BENNY DOYLE BARRIDGE, Winnfield- Bacteriology. • SUE BARTON, Alexandria; Nursing. Sixth Row: • LINDA SUE BAYLIS, Heflin; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. • DONALD BEASLEY, Natchitoches; Physical Educa- tion. • DIANNE BEAUREGARD, Echo; Elementary Educa- tion. • ARLIE NELL BEDGOOD, Goldonna; Secretarial Sci- ence. • CHARLOTTE BEEBE. Boyce; Physical Education- Upper Elementary. • JUDY VERNELL BELL, Colfax; Upper Elementary Education. Seventh Row : • BONTTA ANN BENNETT, Ferriday; Physical Education. • KAYLA ANN BERNARD, Natchitoches; Dietetics. • JOE CHRIS BERGER, Haynesville; Business Administration. • KATHERINE ANN BERRY, Waterproof; Home Economics. • TIMOTHY LEE BERRY, Benton; Agriculture. • Jl BEST, Sulphur; Nursing. Eighth Row: • GRACE M. BIELK.IEWICZ, Alexandria; Nursing. • DO- LORES BLAKE, Sibley; Library Science. • GLENDA |J] VND Purl Mien; Nursing. • CI I ll W BLE [NS, Fortaleza, Brazil: Hume Economics. • PHILLIP BLUE, Pleas- ant Hill; Industrial Arts. • MARILYN GAYLE BLUNT, Mansfield; Nursing. Ninth Row: • s DRA BOM RIG III. Shreveport; Business Adminis- tration. • SHARON PAULINE BODIE, Pollock; Home Eco- nomics. • MARILYN BOEKER, El ; Bacteriology. • TOM- lll, BONNER, Hornbeck; Forestry. • MARILYN BON- NETTE, Pineville; Upper Elementary Education. • MAR " ) ELLEN BOO MEN. Natchiloi-hes; Primary Education. Tenth Row: • ANDREE LYNN BORDELON, New Orleans; Physical Edu- cation-Business. - GENE ALAN BORDELON, Benton; In- dustrial Education. • DOROTHY FAYE BORLAND, Buck- eye; Nursing • GEORGE BOSTICK, Shreveport; Health and Physical Education. • CECIL BOSWELL. Provencal; Business. • PATSY BOUGHTON, Shreveport; Nursing. Eleventh Row: • JIMMY BOWEN, JR., Colfax; oology. • SANDRA BOYD. Winnfield; Nursing. • JAMES HAROLD BRALY, Shreve po,i; Marketing. • RICHARD KIRK BRAMLITT, Shreve port Accounting. • DORIS LORENE BRANDON. Zwolle; - logy. • JACKIE LANE BRANTLEY, Natchitoches; Busi- ness. Io ■r - 4 ImT I P fk III : in SOPHOMORES First Row : • PERRY BRASELL. Natchitoches: Chemistry. • JOYCE ANN BRENT, Winnsboro; Primary Education. • LINDA BRIDGES. Maplewood; Secretarial Science. • ESTHER BROUSSARD, Pascagoula. Miss.; Special Education. • I i ' I I- KENDALL BROUSSARD. Abbeville: Upper Elemen- tary Education • DIANA JOY BRUNET, Oakdale; Pri- marj Education. Second Row : • I MMETT HI ELL, Shreveport; Government. • WILLIAM BL ' CZEK, Detroit, Mich.; Social Studies. • JANELL BUL, I ARD, Zwolle; Home Economics. • DAVID Bl MGARDNER, Ashland; Agriculture. • SADIE BURDUE Blanchard- Nurs- ing. • RONALD WADE BURGESS, Natchitoches; Bacteri- ology. Third Row: • SHARON BURKHALTER Baton Rouge; Nursing. • II IM BURKS, Cotton Valley; Agriculture. • JOYCE HELEN BURNS. Shongaloo; Medical [ " echnology • STE- PHEN EUGENE BURROUGHS, Haughton; In.lu-trial Edu- cation. • NORMA SLAUGHTER HI IH Glenmora; Pri- marj Education. • JOHNN1 I ABANILLAS, Natchitoches Business Administration. Fourth Row : • KATHLEEN I 1 . Hillsboro, Tex.; Education. • MAR- GARET ANN CAMPBELL, Alexandria; Home Economics • AAIIUAAI DAVID CANTRELL, Shreveport; Industrial Art-. • RUBY CARLILE, Baton Rouge Nursing • HO WAYNE CARROLL, Cotton Valley; Medical fechnology • ELTON EARLE CARSON, Colfax Uppei Elementary Edu- cation. Fifth Row : • THOMAS I ARSON, Colfax; Biology • ANN ELISA- BETH ARTER, Needham, Mass.; Uppei Elementary I lion. • (I ARISSA Mill ARTER, Benton; Music. • jnllN ADAIR i ASON, Sarepta; English. • K A 1 FRANCES I Al SEY, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • ill Mill— I II I FANT, Shreveport; Agriculture. Sixth Row: • RICHARD T. CHAMPION, Houma; Agronomy • II MM i HANDLER, Pollock; 1 ppei Elementary Education. • CA- ROl I I II APM AN I), [hi; Nursing • i I AIR1 III CH AS1 . Springhill; Accounting. • I I AR1 I CHENAUL1 Business Administration. • CECH CHOPIN, Natchi- toi hes : hemi-try. Seventh Row : • BE ER1 ANN a ARK, Kisati bi - 5. ience • PATRICIA AW (MM. Lumberton, M ; Nursing. • I . AKKt MM k i 1 [NTON, i lay; Industrial An- • O. ( I I INTON, JR., Coushatta; Mathematics • CLYD1 ELTON CLOUD, Pitkin; Business. • l AliY IWN Mull III! Natchitioches; Primary Education. Fighth Row : • RON AID CONERDA Nati Mathematii - • III RBI R I SHI RM AN i OBB, JR., Natchitoi • SANDRA GAYL1 COLLIER, All « indria Hom I i nomics. • i. U ii; .MAM ANH i in A IN. Minden; Business • Mil Dl RI( K I) AMI) COMBS, Natcl I • SHARON AMERINI COMBS, Jena; Speech Hot.,, .v. Ninth How : • i.l I N HiiAA ARD I ONI RJ 1 Hornbe. - ulture. • l AK i 0NN1 I I . Gilliam Prim iry I I u n • NOR MAN II i;uA i link II rnrard, III.: I ppei I lementary Edu cation. • GERALD COOLEY, Slagle; Mathematics. • I A All - I 0OP1 i: I • DOROI in ' 0P1 l AND. Bos- siei i ii v : Phy sii al I dui ation. Tenth Row : • SHARON CORBELL, Springhill; Primary Education. • I. Ii I II ' -Ml I ORBIN Plain Dealing; Medii ,1 [echnology. • RON A! D i 0R1 EY, B - • hAAlit l KI I OSBI fl - . • i. II i:i i; I i 0SS1 S ilphur; nting. • J A All v | COX, Plain Dealing; I ppei tary Edui ition. Eleventh How ; • Ml n R CRAF1 i Ii AH.. Baton I Ana Pri Veterinary • Mil N l ■ A Nursing. • i I « II FRED CR Ah. : Health and Physical Education • NH A -II CRANI Monten Sei rctari il S • ( II Alii I S I l AA Alii ' i K AAA I ulil). Winnfield Agricuhun • REBECI A I Rl WS, Bui keye; Nursing, in SOPHOMORES First Row : • ROBERT L. CRONE, Zwolle; Business Administration. • ANN CROOKS, Winnfield: Upper Elementary Education. • BLAN MAXWELL CROSS, Monterey; Agriculture. • VIN- CENT F. CUELLAR, Alexandria: Spanish-English. • BUREI. E. CUPPLES, Lena; Accounting. • RONNIE DAIGLE, Grand Coteau: Physical Education. Second Row: • CHARLES GREGORY DALME. Natchitoches; Business. • LYNN DALTON, Jonesville; Health and Physical Educa- tion. • GLORIA JEAN DAMICO, Alexandria; Speech. • PATSY ANN DAMICO, Alexandria; Physical Education. • SAM V. DAUZAT, Alexandria; Education. • EYLENE DA- VID, Homer: Secretarial Science. Third Row: • JUNE MARIE DAVID, Gueyton; Chemistry. • ANNIE DAVIS, Ringgold: Business Administration. • BILLY JOE DAVIS. Boyce; Upper Elementary Education. • CLAU- DETTE DAVIS, Natchitoches; Economics. • ELMO DAVIS. Pitkin; Upper Elementary Education. • THOMAS PHILIP DAVIS, Shreveport; Electronics. Fourth Row : • BOBBY DEARING, Mooringsport ; Mathematics. • JO ANN DEHABERMANN, Bossier City; Upper Elementary Ed- ucation. • MADELINE DELK, Tioga; Upper Elementary Ed- ucation. • RUPERT DELK, Tioga; Mathematics. • MAU- RICE E. DENNIS, Lake Charles; Mathematics. • ROY V. DEVILLE, Alexandria; Art. Fifth Row: • JEANETTE DICK. Mansfield; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. • JOHN DISTEFANO, Alexandria; Electronics. • MARY EARLINE DOIRON, Alexandria; English. • MA- RION ELIZABETH DONOVAN, Shreveport; Secretarial Sci- ence. • VILLIS P. DOWDEN, Natchitoches; Graphic Arts. • HAROLD DOYLE. Pitkin; Biology. Sixth Row: • MAX CURTIS DUGGAN, Cheneyville; Mathematics. • EARLYNE DUNN, Alexandria; Primary Education. • JOHN A. DUPREE, Goldonna; Upper Elementary Education. • SYLVIA DURHAM, Natchitoches; Nursing. • BARBARA DURR, Natchitoches; Social Welfare. • EARLEEN RUTH EVANS, Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. Seventh Row : • FRANCES NELLE ERWIN, Lake Providence: Dietetics. • JOHN MARK EGLOFF, Jonesville; Pre-Veterinary. • JACK W. EVERSAUL, Bossier City; Business Administra- tion. • BARBARA FAIRCHILD, Baker; Nursing. • WIL- LIAM RALPH FAITH, Shreveport- Business. • MARJORIE FARQl HAR. DeRidder; Secretarial Science. Eighth Row: • MICHAEL JOSEPH FAUCHER, Detroit, Mich.; Account- ing. • GAYLE FERGUSON, Bernice; Nursing. • MARION FERGUSON, Bastrop; Art. • ROBERT O ' DELL FIFE, JR.. Waterproof; Education. • RUTH ANN FISHER, Leesvillc: Speech. • ARNOLD BRENT FLEMING, Marthaville; Social Studies. Ninth Row: • SUE El. I. EN FUGLEMAN, Colfax- Primary Education. • NANCY FOSHEE, Logansport; Special Education. • PATSY JEAN FREE, Pleasant Hill; Primary Education. • FRED M FRASER, Many; Physical Education. • ALBERT FREDERICK. JR., Abbeville; Upper Elementary Education. • JANICE ANN FREEMAN, Houma; Nursing. Tenth Row: • JANET ANN FRUGE. Vinton; Primary Education. • RA GAN CANTT. Jennings; Accounting. • RAYFORD GAS- SIOTT, Glenmora; Industrial Arts. • DIANE GATES, Shn-v.-port; I pp.-r Elementary Education. • TOMMY STEN E GAY, Shreveport; Electronics. • LOREE GETER, Robeline; Nursing. Eleventh Row: • JOHN SAM1 l-l GHOLSON, Vivian; Social Science. • VIRGIN! (.HIDINGS, Shreveport; Secretarial Science • JOSEPH FRANCIS GIGI.IO, Shreveport; Business Ad- ministration. • ROBERT Al I A GIMBERT, Natchitoches; English. • WAYNE C. GIORDANO, lielle Chasse- Account ing. • CAROL GIVENS, Shreveport; Sociology. 2.12 csi « J t mL nm SOPHOMORES First Row: • WILLIAM GIVENS. Coushatta; Industrial Arts. • JU- DITH A. GLASS, Caspiana; Latin. • CARL GOODFELLOW. it--r[,n...f: Accounting. • CHARLES E. GORDON. F-r.-t Hill; Economics. • GEORGE ELLIS GORDON New Or- leans; Government. • WEI DON JAMES GORDON. Winn- field; Biology. Second Row : • GAR GOLGH. Winnfield; Upper Elementary Education. • CHARLES GOWLAND. Morgan City; History. • TER- RENS GRANT, LeesviJJe; English-French. • DOUGLAS K. GREEN. Mansfield; Mathematics. • WILLI l GRISHAM Benton; Sociology. • MARY JEAN GROI.L. Mooringsport; Health and Physical Education-Upper Elemental-) Education Third Row: • ROBERT GROVES. Shreveport; Pre-Engineering. • WIL- LIAM LOUIS GUERINGER, Lake Charles; Electronics • MARIIAN K GUIDRY, Raceland; Home Economics • MILTON GUTTIERREZ, New Orleans; History. • DIAN1 GUERINGER, Crowley; Education. • SHERIAN NN HAD- SKEY, Jai kson ; Home Economic 5. Fourth Row : • RAY HALE. Camino. Calif.: Physical Education. • Jl Di WATSON HALL. Bossier City; Nursing. • LINDA HALL, Shreveport; Primarj Education. • MARIE HALL, Shreve port; Physical Education. • LOWELL MICHAE1 II Will JON. Bossier City; Forestry. • JANICI HAMMETT, Ring gold; Primary Education. Fifth Row: • LINDA HANSFORD, Doyline; English. • JAMES HAR- DIN. Pineville; Health and Physical Education-Uppei II. mentary. • HAYWARD " SONNY " HARGROVI Minden; Education. • OARi J. HARKNESS, Mansfield; Pre-Dentistry. • JERRY E. HARKINS, Mansfield; Industrial Arts • VMIV HARRISON, Oakdale; Primarj Education Sixth Row : • GEORGE li. HARRISON YIN KENNON HARVILL, Bo II Witt 111 . Vivian; Nursing, andria; Business Education, Shreveport; Pre-Engineerinj • 1 tthemal ii - Winnfield; Physics. • M R isiei 1 it) . I. isiness. • JUDY • Mil ISI- II VTHORN. Alex I ' m w w v 1 ! m 11 w 1 S, HEAD Weal Monroe; Seventh Row: • VIRGINIA HEAD, Benton; Secretarial Science. • PA I RI( I III DKIi K. I ongstreet; Primarj Education • WllllWI FRANKLIN HEARRON, Shreveport; Mot HERMAN III l ItRII rON, Pineville; Mathematics • IIKin FRANK HIERS, Shrevepon inting. • PEGG1 JEAN HIGGS, Coushatta; Health and Physical Education Eighth Row: • MICHAE1 HILBURN, Bossier City; Agriculture. • JAN1 LESLE1 Hill. Archibald; Nursing. • GLENDA SUE llol I AND, Monti n j ; Primarj I dui ation • WAYN1 HOOP1 R Mansfield; Accounting. • Jl MI HORN Logansporl Business Education. • ROBERTO HOUS1 Winnfield; Hum ness Administration. Ninth Kiih : • MARILYN HUDSON, Weal Monroe; Medical rechnology. • ll RI( R N III MB] I Baton R01 gi Nursi i ' i K HUTTON, Bossii . I itj Prim irj I du 11 NR HYAMS, in hitoi hi - Mathematii - • N NSON, Bunkii Bui I dui ition. • l s ltl-ll. Shreveport; Uppei Elementarj Educa WIND II K l MKY PATRK 1 V [ion. Tenth lln« ; • tt II ] A( KSON I ■ : inspori I ' m Di ntistrj • M AR1 KWHK-iN JVM- Shreveport; Piano-Organ • BER1 WViM IARREU Merryville; Social Welfare " SHIRLEY WYONII II VM . I eesville; Nursing. • I I 1 II 1 I II VN SONNE, Hessmei Nursing • I ' VIIV JENKINS Bosaiei D etica. I.l 1 ruth 1 1. ■« : • v |i 01 N-i in. Natchitoches; Speech • JWII- HMD JOHNSON Verda I lecln nics • II RR VV M J UI SON, An idi 1 Health and Phyaica] I ducation • K ARI N ANN JOHNSON SI porl Nursing • LUISA JOHNSON Shreveport; Nursing. • IIM I01NER, Shreveport; Uppei ntarj Edui ation, in SOPHOMORES First Row : • JANIE JONES, Leesville; Primary Education. • JUDITH ANN JONES, Daingerfield, Tex.; Commercial Art. • FRAN- CES JORDAN, Deville; Nursing. • DANNY JUNOT, Hou- ma; Vocal Music. • WANDA KEA, Cotton Valley; Nursing. • ROY KEEN. Winnfield; Agriculture. Second Row : • CARL C. KEITH, Richmond, Va.; Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • CARRIE MAXINE KELLEY, Winnfield; Upper Elementary Education. • GERTRUDE KELLEY, Bunkie; Pri- mary Education. • SANDRA ANN KELLY, Saline; Nursing. • MORGAN DEMPSEY KEMP, Shreveport; Industrial Edu- cation. • RITA LYNNE KENDRICK, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. Third Row: • JOHN M. KENNEDY, Vivian; Agriculture. • MARY JANE KIGHT, Haynesville; Primary Education. • GLADYS MARIE KILMAN, DeRidder; Physical Education. • JAMES RONALD KING, Bossier City; Pre-Law. • JOYCE ANN KIWI AN, Choudrant; Nursing. • CAROLYN MARGARET KLEIN, Bossier City; Home Economics. Fourth Row: • SANDRA KNOTT. Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • THEDA ELLEN KNOX, Jigger; French-Speech. • JOHN W. KOSS, Many; Electronics. • ANDRE B. KURKIEWICS. Bossier City; French. • MAYO E. LACOUR, JR., Shreve- port; Physics-Mathematics. • HERMAN LaFORGE, Shreve- port; Physical Education. Fifth Row: • MARCIA LAMBERT, Robeline; Home Economics. • ROB- ERT LEE LANCE, Shreveport; Accounting. • RICHARD K. LAND, Homer; Industrial Education. • SUE LANGLEY, Opelousas; Mathematics. • EDWARD ALLEN LAMKIN. Clay; Health and Physical Education. • NANCY LAKoI V Zwolle; Secretarial Science. Sixth Row: • PAULINE ANNE LATHAM, Converse; Sociology. • LIN- DA LATTIER, Natchitoches; Nursing. • KENNETH LAVES- PERE, Cloutierville; Business Administration. • SHIRLEY FAYE LAVESPERE, Jena; Nursing. • MARION PATRICIA LAW, Oil City: Primary Education. • EARL LAWLEY, Newellton; Industrial Arts. Seventh Row : • HAROLD L. LAWRENCE, Alexandria; History. • FRAN- CES LEACH, Vivian; Physical Education. • PAULINE ANN LEADAMAN, Shreveport; Primary Education. • VERNA MAE LEBOEUF, Montegut; French. • SUZANNE LEDOUX. Opelousas; Primary Education. • EDMOND ANDERSON LEE, Natchitoches; Pre-Law. Eighth Row: • SALLY REBECCA LEE, Natchitoches; Business Educa- tion. • FRAN LEEPER, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • DOROTHY JEAN LEGG, Leesville; Mathematics. • ELLEN I I sill., Shreveport; Spanish. • THELLIE RHEA LEVEE, Tallulah; Vocal Music. • SANDRA JEAN LEWIS, Simpson: Physical Education. iNinth Row: • MARY LOU LILLY. Florien; Home Economics. • PA- TRICIA ANN LIVINGSTON, Lake Charles; Nursing. • MAL- COLM W. LOE, Dry Prong; Accounting. • BOBBY J. LO- GAN, Natchitoches; Business Administration. • JANETTE LOFTON, Natchitoch.-s; Home Economics. • LAYNE B. LOFTON, Natchitoches; Electronics. Tenth Row: • WALTER ROBERT LONGLEY, Sulphur; Zoology. • BETTY B. LOTT, Natchitoches; Biology. • ROSALIE LOTT, Natchitoches; Speech Education. • CAROL FAYE LOVE, Shreveport; Art. • JAMES MICHAEL LOVE, Shreveport; Physical Education. • PATRICIA ANN LOVE, Mansfield; Business Education. Eleventh Row : • ANNE LOWERY, Bossier City; English. • BEVERLY JOAN LOWRANCE, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. • WILLIAM KYLE DORMAN, Shreveport; Account- ing. • SUE McCAIN, Ashland; Nursing. • CHARLOTTE McCALLA, Shreveport; Home Economics. • NELDA LEE McCALLA, Shreveport; Primary Education. 2.14 r £5 SOPHOMORES First Row : • I AROLYN ANNE McCLEARY, Monroe; Business Educa- ii. in. • HENRY McCLURE, Minden; Mathematics. • RICH- ARD M. McCORMIC, Many; Electronics. • JANELLE Mc- CULLOUGH, Mansfield; Business Education. • FRANCES ESTELLE McDANIEL, Kenti d; Library Science KATHERINE McDANIEL, Houston, Tex.; Nursing. Second Ron : • FRANK McELWEE, Oakdale; Accounting. • MARILYN JOYCE McGEE, Goldonna; Home Economics. • JERRY VER- DELL McGRAW, Daingerfield, Tex.; Electronics. • JUA- II McGl IRE. Saline; Primarj Education. • RITA Mc- [NNIS, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. • PEGGY DORIS Mel AREN, Slagle; Mathem Third Ro« : • ELIZABETH McMANEMIN, Georgetown; Social Welfare. • SI I Mi VI GHTON, i ..it . x Homi I mica • i HARLES I. McNEELY, Natchitoches; Electronics. • MAR- lll McNEELY, Colfax; Primarj Education. • PATRICK H. McWILLIAMS, Ringgold; Accounting. • JAMES R. MACHEN, Winnfield; Accounting. Fourth Row: • JANE P. MAGEE, Baton Rouge; Physical Education. • FARLOW MAGEE, Alexandria; Business Administration. • CURTIS MALONE, Pineville; Mathematics • IIXRVEY MARCUS, Ana ; Accounting. • JERRY MARKS Lisbon; Chemistry. • MhllUI MARTIEN, Waterproof; Pre-Vet Fifth Row: • RANDAI MARTIN, Ashland; I l.i hlili k MARTINEZ, Zwolle; l I HIS, Hanna; Health i RA1 MATTHEWS, Electronics. • IMV| Accounting. • TOMMY and Physic il Education. • SID- .1- ... Okla.; Zoology. • JUA- NITA MAXWELL, Cotton Valley; Lower Elementary Educa- tion. • CLARENCE MAYES, I sville; Business Sixth Row: • LINDA MAYET, Lockport; Library Science. • LEONA METCALFE, Tallulah; Mum, Education. • DONALD J- Mil . Morgan City; Pre-Veterinary. • WILLIE CAROl MILEY, Shreveport; Uppei Elementary Education. • FRED MINFORD RYLAND, Effie; Mathematics. • I W I KM I- i I MISNER, Alexandria; Social Science. Seventh Row: • ZE1 DA MITCH AM, Robelim Medical h. hnotof IlliiM AS Ii 1 I ' ll MIli III I I . Shreveport; Physical I lion • WuiiliKiiW R. MOCK, Slagle; Wildlife Managi ment. • EDWIN MuMlll Shreveport; Sociology. • m ANN MONK, [worth; English. • 151 1 I MOOR1 llurc. Eighth Row: • i Mini MOOR] New Orleans; Mum.. • I 11 KI 1 S I ' MI MOORE, Robeline; Business Administration • FAMES I HOW AS MOORE, Mo I ori strj • lolIN I M I «• MOOR! Goldo nting. • ALVIN CHARLES MO lil l Bati . i; a Physical I dui ition • Willi M B liilil 1 AND, Powh n I ,1 Agriculture. Ninth Row: • l [RGIN1 MORGAN, Pollock; 1 ppei Elen I ■ BARBARA MORGAN, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • IOY1 M l Mnlii. AN - Nursing. • I III Ii M MORGAN, Springhill; Business Administration • II SSII i.l I W MORRISON Pitkin; Industrial Arl MAUREEN MORROW, Alexandria; Medical lechnol Tenth ltn« : • PI lii Muliliiiw Heflin; Physical Educal • M KY 1 MORTON, Robelim 1 ngliah. • RA1 I ' ll MOS1 in IK Winnfield; Mum.. • CAROl W MOSLEY, Shreveport; Speech • JOHN Ml lil ' in I oushatta; Industria • PATRII k Ml RPHY, Montgomery; Accounting. Eleventh Knu : • ANITA ANN MYERS, 1 likl i VROLE MYERS, i impti Health and Physical Edu- cation • SARA M Ki nil l MYLES, Fi inklit ton; Nut • I ii i | |i m i - . Administration. • 10 W M I I i iysical Education. • Mil LI t » " V " " i M I M- Pi rencal; Bu ni - Education. II 1 . SOPHOMORES First Row : • NANCY ANNETTE NEWMAN. Melder; Secretarial Sci- ence. • CARRIE NICKLAS, Winnfield; Upper Elementary Education. • SELBY ROY NICHOLAS, Mansura; General Curriculum. • ROBERT NISSEN, Shreveport; Pre-Law. • JOHN MILTON NIX, Bossier City; Vocal Music. • FLOYD JOSEPH NOEL, Abbeville; Physical Education-Upper Ele- mentary Education. Second Row: • CATHERINE CECILE NORMAN, Alexandria; Voice. • NATHAN LUCE, Shreveport; Social Welfare. • SHYRON JEAN O ' BRIEN, Natchitoches; Primary Education. • JOHN WAYNE ODOM, Homer; Physical Education. • JUDY FAYE ODOM, Haynesville; Nursing. • CLARA OLIPHANT, Shreveport; Nursing. Third Row: • GEORGE MASPERO OLIVER. Ill, New Orleans; Agri- culture. • WILLIAM S. OSBORNE, Longville; Business Law. • MARY SUE OWEN, Alexandria; Home Economics. • ROBERT OWENS, Natchitoches; Health and Physical Edu- cation. • BILLY WILSON PACE, Dry Prong; Upper Ele- mentary Education. • JOHN W. PARISH, Robeline; Science. Fourth Row : • MICHAL LARRY PARKER, Boyce; Agriculture. • PA- TRICIA ANN PARKER, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • LORETTA ANN PARROTT, Zwolle; Home Economics. • CLYDE D4LTON PATTERSON, Zwolle; Business Education. • JANICE YVONNE PAUL, Ferriday; Mathematics. • JERRY PARNELL PAYNE, Bossier City; Business Adminis- tration. Filth Row: • JAMES L. PEARCE, Frierson; Electronics. • GEORGE PERKINS. Leesville; Industrial Education. • HELEN ALAN- NAH PETTY, Mansfield; Physical Education. • HARLAN PHELPS, Logansport; Business Administration. • DONALD L. PHILLIPS. Shreveport; Business Administration. • MARY LEE PITCHFORD, Baton Rouge; Primary Education. Sixth Row: • MARY ELIZABETH PITMAN, Dubberly; Mathematics. • VIRGIL LEE PITTMAN, JR., Oil City; Mathematics. • JANE S. PLUMMER, Portage, Ind.; Nursing. • SIDNEY LAMARR POE, LaCamp; Biology. • OLIVE VIRGINIA POLLARD, Dry Prong; Nursing. • ANDREW J. PONTZ, Shreveport: Journalism. Seventh Row : • SHARON GAY POUNCEY, Vivian: Medical Technology. • BENNETT ELLIS PRATT, Natchitoches; Health and Physical Education. • JAMES R. PREWITT, West Monroe; Upper Elementary Education. • EDWARD RANDOLPH PRICE Shreveport; Mathematics. • WILLIAM A. PRICE, Buckeye; Accounting. • JORGE BENIGNO PRIETO, Puerto Rico; Zoology. Eighth Row: • LANNY CLAYTON PULLIG, Jamestown; Forestry. • DONALD PURDY, Philadelphia, Pa.: Mathematics. • JOHN- N KAY PURVIS, Terry; Upper Elementary Education. • RAYMOND WAYNE RABB, Waterproof; Wildlife Manage- ment. • GEORGE PRUITT RAINS, Shreveport; Upper Ele- mentary Education. • JANET RANDOLPH, Glenmora; Die- tilics. Ninth Row: • MELVIN BREM RASCOE. Mansfield: Kmr-try. • RE BECCA RHODES, Castor; Secretarial Science. • JERRY RICHARDSON, Haynesville; Business Education. • EL- SIE ANDING RICHMOND, Pitkin; Mathematics. • KATH- ERINE RICHIE, Bunkie; Home Economics. • JANE FAY RITTER, Many; Mathematics. Tenth Row : • JERRY THOMAS ROBERTS, Winnfield; Accounting. • JUDY B()l! ROBERTS, Houma; Primary Education. • DALE PATRICK ROBIN Oil City; Business Administration. • JOHN II. ROBSON, Natchitoches; English. • PAUL ROCH ETTE, Richmond, Va.; Business Administration. • WILLIAM M. RODLS, Benton; Industrial Education. Eleventh Row: • GEORGE L. ROESSLER, Alexandria; Accounting. • Jl NITA CLAIRE HOOK, Cloutierville; Primary Education. • LYNDA FANT ROND, Sarepta; Secretarial Science. • MM COLM W. ROM). Natchitoches; Industrial Education. • PHYL1 IS I 1 M ROM). Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Education. • BARBARA ROSHTO, Pineville; English Educa tion. •LH nsiPi CT7 ' T T7 n nn SOPHOMORES First Row: • HARRY D. ROSS. Natchitoches; Industrial Technology. • PATRICIA A. ROSS. Negreet; English Education. • JO- ANNE ROY, Hessmer; Secretarial Science. • RONALD I). ROY, Natchitoches; Business Administration. • NINA J " ROUGEAU, Lena; Primary Education. • WILLIAM H. RUT- LEDGE, JR., Shreveport; Physical Education. Second Row: • JOHN R. SAGE, Bossier; Electronics. • DONNA L SAN DERS, Alexandria; Secretarial Science. • RAYMOND E. SANDERS, JK.. Natchitoches; Biology. • SHELBA J. SAY- ELL. Florien; Upper Elementary Education. • ELIZABETH L. SAVOY, Alexandria; Education. • LINDA D. SAWYER. Bunkie; Primary Education. Third Row: • BONNIE L. SCHWARTZ, Shreveport; Speech • MIRIAM D. SCOGGINS, Elizabeth: Nursing • DON L. SCOTT, Alex- andra; Physical Education. • JOE S. SCOTT, Campti; Busi- ness Administration. • MARTHA A. SCOTT, Natchiux hes Home Economics. • DON E. SCRIRER. Lisbon; Health and Phj sii al Edui ation. Fourth Row: • rAMES E. SCRIBER. Lisbon; N„ial Science. • MARL LYN A. SCROBBS, Shreveport; Social Welfare. • P I I. II SEPULVADO Noble; Industrial Arts. • GLORIA A. SUA! UK. (ill. -land: Social Science. • SANDRA J SHAHAN, Bossier; Music Education. • JOYCE E. SHARP, Lena; Dii titics. Fifth Row: • JUDI -Hill III. 1). Montgomery; Biology. • CHARLES SHIRLEY, Baton Rougi Business Administration. • BAR- BARA V. SHIVER, Shreveport; Primary Education. • rHOMAS I SHIVERS, Natchitoches; Physical Education. • JAN1 I E. SIBLEY, Alexandria; Business Education. • JER- K SIBLEY, Natchitoches; Mathematics Sixth Row : • I ' M 1. R. SIMMONS. Thibodaux; Physical Education. • ARTHUR M. SIMONSON, JR., N.» Orleans; Mathematics. • JOE II SINGLETARY, Anacoco; Electronics. • JollNN i SISK, Winnsboro; Mathematics. • MARTHA I -I ATON ( otton Valley; Nursing. • HOBERT S. SLAUCHTER, Rob( line; Education. Seventh Row : • A. J. SMITH, Plan. Dealing; Agriculture. • CECJXE R. SMITH, Nati hitoi hes; Home I conomics. • I II Mil I S D SMITH, Natchitoches; Mathematics • CONNI1 II SMITH I sville; Primarj Education. • (.1 0RG1 M SMITH, Jean- ...ii,: Social Studies. • COM) Mil I SMITH, Atlanta; Up- pi i 1 Ii mentary. Eighth Row: • HERBERT l SMITH, Shreveport; Physical Education. • [AMES R Mllll. Bossier; Business Administration. • II D SMITH, Jonesville; Musii Piano • RON l D I SMITH, Shreveport; Business Administration. • JERRI SP1 ARS I i | nsport; Journalism • nw SP1 1 ' HI Many; Biology. Ninth H »» : • JAMES I SPRAYBERRY, Rodeass Musi. Education. • P OLL! SI ANDRE, Natchitoches; Business Education. • IM NN i; STARNS, Baton Rouge; Nursing • M M; STEPHENS, East Point; Primar) Education. • MMil M I PHI NS, Natchitoches S« retarial - • RICH ARD G --II PHI NS, idalia Musii Education. Tenth Row i • RONNI1 K STEVENS Bell. I bass Physical Edui • SU1 ST1 PHI NSON Shrevi porl Prim i- 1 ducation. • I ' I I Wl G STOKES Ai I lementary. • I I ARK Mi KIM STRAYH N. Plain D - I Wll S D. SI RONG, Zwolli . M .nu,! Aru 1 1„ rapj • I I 1 Mil III STROl l . Natchitoches; Business Education. Eleventh Row : • i.MI ' i K MIII N. Haughlon; Buainest Administration, • SANDH K -I l ll Kl IN Mandneld - 1 Sci • n Nl | S( | || RS, Abbevill. - I nglish. • rYRONI I ( K Bossier; Industrial Arts • NN SW M FORD N it, hit - Primar] I dui ition • on I SW1LLEY, ! • K, ,1,1., . Primar) Educa i " 7 SOPHOMORES First Row : • JAMES ROGER TALBERT, Lake Charles; Physical Edu- cation. • THOMAS N. TALLEY, Leesville; Sociology. • HUGH TARVER. Pineville; Zoology. • GLENN M. TATE. Clare; Upper Elementary Education. • DIANE TAYLOR, Shreveport; Journalism. • FRANK SCOTT TAYLOR, Jones- ville; Agriculture. Second Row : • WILFORD R. TAYLOR, Minden; English. • VICKI A. TEAGUE, Vivian; Primary Education. • REBECCA TEB- BETTS, New Iberia; Occupational Therapy. • RICHARD CHARLES TEMPLIN, Shreveport- Business Administration. • BETTY YVONNE THAXTON, Florien; Nursing. • DOR- OTHY THOMAS, Shongaloo; Nursing. Third Row: • MILDRED THOMAS, Havnesville; English. • ROBERT THOMAS, Pineville; Government. • BILLY JOE THOMP- SON, Shreveport; Music Education. • BONNIE JEAN THOMPSON, Shreveport; Primary Education. • REED THOMPSON, Pitkin; Upper Elementary Education. • ANN TODD, Baton Rouge; Nursing. Fourth Row: • DALE TOLAND, Bossier City; Speech. • JAMES STAN- LEY TOMPKINS, Many; Pre-Medicine. • RONNIE K. TOOKE. Haughton; Business. • DONALD TOUPS, Abbe- ville; Physical Education-Upper Elementary Education. • KAREN TREW, Maplewood; Nursing. • BARBARA JEAN UHRBACH, Natchitoches; Business Administration. • JOYE FAYE VALLERY, Alexandria; Art Education. Fifth Row: • ARTHA VAUGHN, Eunice; Medical Technology. • GER- ALD PAUL VERCHER, Alexandria; Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • EDWARD ACEY VINES, Zwolle; Health and Physi- cal Education. • JAMES ADDISON WADSWORTH, Boga- lusa; Pre-Medicine. • MARJORIE ANN WAITES, Ringgold; Accounting. • MARGIE E. WALKER, Leesville; Home Eco- nomics. • CARLA RUTH WALTERS, Sulphur; Primary Education. Sixth Row: • WILLIAM WALTMAN, Shreveport; Agriculture. • ROSE- MARY WASSON, Baton Rouge; Spanish. • CHARLES R. WATTS, Oil City; Mathematics-Chemistry. • AUDREY JO WEAVER, Coushatta; English. • CHARLIE WEBER, Mans- field; Agriculture. • JAMES L. WEEKS, Shreveport; Zoology. • HAROLD LYNN WEIN, West Monroe; Electronics. Seventh Row : • MARILYN WILLMAN, Zimmerman; Primary Education. • JUDY WELLS, Alexandria; Nursing. • PATSY WEST, Lockport; Library Science. • WINONA LANETTE WHEEL- ER, Alexandria; Nursing. • JOHN B. WHITAKER, Gorum; Social Science. • MICKEY WHITE, Maplewood; Nursing. • WILLIAM A. WHITEHEAD, Natchitoches; Zoology. Fighth Row: • GEORGE LELAND WHITLOCK, Port Suphour; Agricul- ture. • MARVA BAMBURG WILDEBOER, Campti; Nursing. • CONNIE WILKINS, Alexandria; Business Education. • ALBERT EARL WILLIAMS, Shreveport; Geography. • JAN E. WILLIAMS, New Iberia; Nursing. • LEAH L. WIL- LIAMS, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • DOLLIE WILLIAMSON, Alexandria; Medical Technology. Ninth Row: • JOYCE FAYE WILLIS, Winnfield; Library Science. • LONNIE WILLIS, Bossier City; Animal Husbandry. • GA- NEATH WILSON , Winnsboro; Home Economics. • LAW- RENCE WILSON. Mansfield; Business Administration. • AL- BERT A. WINBARG, JR., Natchitoches; Upper Elementarj Education. • JOHN LEE WINGATE, Pitkin; Upper Ele- mentary Education. • JACK LAMAR WO.MACK, Tullos; Physical Education. Tenth Row: • CAROLYN WOOD, Coushatta; Business Education. • THOMAS J. WYATT, Winnfield; Government. • NELLIE JEAN WYNN, Hosston; Upper Elementary Education. • SHERMAN WYNN, JR., Ida; Agriculture. • AUSTIN i WN. Puinte A-I.a Haehe; Government. • JANE V YOUNG, Ashland; Nursing. • JOE A. YOUNG, Monterey; Mathematics. Eleventh Row: • JOHN C. YOUNG. Leesville; Government. • JUANI1 Mil NG, Bossier; Secretarial Science. • LORETTA YOUNG, Mansfield; Secretarial Science. • YOLANDA YOUNG Alex andria; Health and Physical Education, • SYLVIA A. YOUNGBLOOD, Minden; Library Science • GEORCE W. ZACHARY, JR., Homer; Physical Education. • RAYFORD ZERINGUE, Ha. eland; Bii - Administration. ai8 I H FRESHMEN First Row : • WILLIAM C. ADDISON, Shreveport; Forestry. • CLARK VLDRIDGE, Shreveport; Genera] Curriculum. • RON U C. ALEXANDER, Shreveport; Mum.. • ALICE K ALLEN, Wilda; Upper Elementary Education. • lloN I). I I 1 V Winnfield; Social Studies. • REBECCA C. ALPHIN, Bi.ya. lusa; I pper Elementary Education. Second Row : • JERRI L. VNDERSON, Calvin; Bum,,.- Administration. • LONNIE VNDERSON, New Iberia; Physical Education. • MAR! C. VNDERSON, Winnfield; Home Economics • II ! Y 1. ANDREWS, Bell I hasse; So retarial Scieno • SHARON J. NllloM. Negreet; Genera] Curriculum. • FRANKLIN ANTILLEY, Natchitoches; General Curriculum. Third Row : • LILLI1 A. ARCHER, Kent I; Nursing. • JACKIE K. VRDOIN, Baton Rouge; Mathematics • IR I J. R I- STRONG, Keithville; Accounting. • DOROTHY C. RNull). Shreve i: English • QUINTON ARNOLD Many; General Curriculum. • JERRI l . ARTHUR, Many; History. Fourth Row: • JERRI I ARTHUR, Leesville; General Curriculum. • MARRION I ASBELL, Shrei rt; Business Vdministration. • BEN ELLIS ASH, Shreveport; Instrumental Music. • RI( II Mil) ASH ROFT, Shreveport; Gem ral Curriculum. • ltI NN I. ATKINS, Pineville; Primarj Education. • JU- DITH M. ATKINSON, Forest Hill: Primarj Education. Fifth Row: • BETTY ATTAWAY, Shreveport; Se. retarial Scienc. • VINCEN1 C. M Nil Ml |. BeUe I hasse; Production Man- agement. • BARBARA J M TIN. Houma; Vocal Education. • CORA l. M 0( K. Baton Rouge; Medical teehm • mini | || ( BAD1 R, Shreveport; Accounting. • ELNA C. BAEDER, Maplew I; I pper Elementary Education. Sixth How: • II I IAM I). BAH n . Mansfield; Pre Med • DON M D W BATES, Winnfield; Business Education. • I AROLYN R I • N K I R, M,,, i. port Business I ducation. • FREDA HELEN BAKER, Boyce; Primarj Education. • M Mill II BAKER, Natchitoches; Business Education. • IIMili ' i M. BALD- RIDGE, Winnfield; Business Administration. Seventh How : • SHIUI El BA1 l) IN - rt ; Health and Ph Education. • ROBERT E. BAMBERG, Ashland; Social Sci- • Gl 0RG1 I I ' .MiDW II I . l. landri ,. Nursing. • 1 Mill N I ' .MiliW II I Shreveport I I ducation. • l Mi III I BARK1 li. Pineville; ,i • LLOYD I BACKLEY, Hi . Shreveport; Forestry Eighth How: • K Mil N BARN1 S - tl Studies • J AMI S WOODARD BARR, JR., Atlanta; Chemistry. • DONALD BARR1 SMITH, Bryceland; Health and Physical Education. • MI BARRY, Logansport; English. • IIKUY BAR! I I I I • Accounting. • SH ARON BARTON, Pine- Pi imai j I .1 ;n ation. Ninth How : • Mil IS1 BASl 0, ' loutierville; Home Economics • Bl K I li n III I OR Sondhii met ; Art. • DON M l BATES ii i eering. • GLENDA BATES Ringgo ino • HMMii DAI I BA1 GM N Shreveport Primarj ■ „ • Mil km BAY I [SS, Shn Piano. I -nth How : II RRY Bl II. r. - • BONNIE SUI Bl ARD Primarj Education • I N| I SUI Bl ARD i y . n Bl Mil) Mon Business Education. • SUE ( AROI Bl ASLEY, Natchi- i... hes; Pri tion • I ' M II II ' Bl AUDOIN J li Match Aci ounting. I Iim nlli How : • M Mil II HI DS01 I . M insfii Id M ithematics • H OR A BEHRNES Slaughter; Nursii • MARTIN BEU Houston, fa I dui ition • ' AROI ' i N BELLUI Baton Rouge; Mathematics • I ' M RI( I III Nl Ml I l Shongalnn Nun • K AY I.I Will - ,gliih, FRESHMEN First Row: • SHIRLEY JEAN BENSON, Denham Springs; Nursing. • GLORIA BERLIN, Alexandria; Medical Technology. • RICHARD ELLSWORTH BERLITZ, Barksdale Air Force Base; Mathematics. • RITA BERNARD, Natchitoches; Secre- tarial Science. • JIMMY BERRY, Winnfield; Mathematics. • DON BERTHELOT, Baton Rouge; Industrial Education. Second Row: • SARA JANE BILBERRY, Haynesville; Home Economics. • BOBBYE SUE BIRCHFIELD, Alexandria; French. • MARY BLACKMON, Baton Rouge; Home Economics. • CHARLES R. BLACKSHEAR, Georgetown; Upper Elementary Education. • LYNN DUANE BLACKWELL, Natchitoches: Pre-Engineering. • GEORGIA BLAIR, Shreveport; Home Economics. Third Row: • ROSS BLAKESLEY, Alexandria; Journalism. • THELMA DOLORES BLALOCK, Saline; Journalism. • ANN BLOCH, Alexandr ia; Social Science. • BETTY JOYCE BLOUNT. Coushatta; Physical Education. • STEVE BLOUNT, Shonga- loo; Business Administration. • MONTY BODENHAMER. Natchitoches; Marketing. Fourth Row : • BETTYE BOGUE Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • RALPH BOLTON, Sl ' agle; Accounting. • DON BOLYER. Ashland; Machine Tool Practice. • JACK BOND, Shreveport; Business Administration. • RUTH BOND, Pitkin; Nursing. • MONTEZ BONIAL, Alexandria; Mathematics. Fifth Row: • DON BOOK, Natchitoches; Mathematics. • ROBERT BONNE, Shreveport; Industrial Education. • CAROLE BOOTH, Shreveport: English. • JUANITA BOOTY, Buras; Primary Education. • JAY BORMAN, Lake Charles; Mathe- matics. • ROBERT BOSWELL, Natchitoches; General Cur- riculum. Sixth Row: • PAUL BOUDREAUX, Belle Chasse; Mathematics. • JANET BOX, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • ROGER BOULANGER, Shreveport; Electronics. • J. OLAN BOW- MAN, Hosston; Health and Physical Education. • JAMES C. BOZEMAN, JR., Shreveport; Business Administration. • TANYAU BRACEY, Shreveport; Speech and Hearing Ther- apy. Seventh Row : • ELIZABETH BRADFORD, Jena; Primary Education. • GERALD BRADLEY, Natchitoches; Social Science. • GER- ALD J. BRADY, Tullos; Physical Education. • GEORGE BRANDON, JR., Bossier City; Industrial Arts. • THOMAS BRANDON, Bossier City; Marketing. • PERRY BRANTLY, Homer; Social Science. Eighth Row: • WILLIE BRASHER, Ferriday; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. • BOBBY JOE BRAZZELL, Winnfield; Upper Elemen- tary Education. • HARRY BREDA, Natchitoches: Mathe- matics. • SANDRA KAY BREWER. Bossier City; Home Economics. • JOY NELL BREWTON, Calvin; Nursing. • WILLIAM BRICKWELL, Shreveport; Business Administra- tion. Ninth Row: • ROBERT BRIDGES. Shreveport; Business Administration. • WILLIAM BRIDGES, Minden; Industrial Arts. • FRED H. BRIGGS, Buffalo, N.Y.; Business Administration. • BRENDA JOY BRI.NEY, Jonesboro; English. • BOBBIE BRITTINGHAM, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • WILLIS BROAD- WATER, St. Francisville; Electronics. Tenth Row: • JAN BROWN, Minden; Speech and Hearing Therapy. • BETTY I.ORINE BROWN, Clarks; Speech Therapy. • CAROLYN BROWN, Shrrvc|„,ri ; Journalism. • JAMES I). BROWN, Bo sier City; Industrial Arts. • JANET BROWN. Tallulah; Business Education. • JIMMIE LEE BROWN. Col- fax; Home Economics. Eleventh Row: • ROBERT BROWN. Leesville; Business Administration. • THOMAS BROWN, Mansfield; Mathematics. • BOBBY BROW MM), Sim-, rt: I ' m I .,„ . CULLIN BROSSI H , Pincville; Nursing. • PATRICIA BROUSSARD Pollock; Nursing. • LINDA KAYE BRUCE, Vivian; Elementary Edu- cation. HO FRESHMEN First Rom: • CHERYL BRUNSON, Geismar; Home Economics. • ED GAR BRYAN, Coushatta; English. • JOHN BRYAN, Natchi- toches; General Curriculum. • DOTTIE BUCKNER Dodson Home Economic-. • JOHN BUCKHALTER Jena; Piano- Voice. • LEE BUFFINGTON, Mansfield; Manual Arte Ther- apy. Second Row: • PATRICIA BUFKIN, Mansfield; Secretarial Science • RALPH HI FKIN, Winnsboro; General Curriculum • VU DREY BULLARD, Castor; Secretarial Science. • CHERY1 BUNCH, Edgerly; English. • SUE BURGOORF Natchi- toches; Psychology. • ROBERT BURKE, Nevi [beria; Indus- trial Art . Third Row: • TERRY BURLEY, Eva; General Curriculum. • SHIRLEY HI SBY, Pitkin; Business Education. • JERRY ISI S SEY, HaynesviUe; Instrumental Music. • ADIE JOE HI I LER, Plain Dealing; Business Administration. • SANDRA CALHOUN, Pitkin: Home Economics. • JUD I VLLENS Belmont ; Nur-ing. Fourth Row: • JAMES DAVID ( U III oil. Springhill; Business Edu- cation. • MARY I A W I l low VY, Shreveport; Horn. I nomics. • CHARLES! VNFIELD, JR., Shreveport; [nd Education. • GEORGI I VNNON Cloutiervilli B Administration. • MARGIE I WIIKWK, Sarepta Home Economics. • DIANE CAN! KM I Shreveport Vrl Fifth Row: • JOHN E. I l ' l IS, JK . Mi Dad. Vgriculture i VRDWELL, Shreveport; General Curriculum. i VRNEY, Shreveport; Business Vdministration. CARR, Cullen; Zoology. • IiiiN l D I VRROl I . Health ami Natchitoches Physical Genet il Edui ,iii. in. i l ii ii • iilum. • KAREN • PHILLIP • BR1 M Shreve] KIWI III i VRROl I Sixth Row: • MARTHA .11 i VRROLL, Forest Hill; Medical Tech- nology. • rOMMI i VRROl I . Nan I..I... lies; Business U ministration. • K N i Mil IK. Kinder; Secretarial Science. • WILLIE i VRTER, Winnfield; Uppei Elementary Educa lion. • Will IE ( STI.E. Hosier iiiv. , counting • CAROL CATHEY, Shreveport; Seen I Si lence. Seventh Kov. : • Mil. ION ( VI SEY, Doyline; I ppei I lementar) I tion. • HENRI! lis i WW Moll. Leesville; Mathematics. • I«) Ki V HAMPAGNE, Belle ( hasse; Secretari S enci • VON El TON I II VMPION, Natchitoches; Vnimal Husbandrj • DO! Gl VS I II VN( I . Hornbeck; Mathei • SI I CHANCE, I lizabeth; Mathemi F.ighlh Rov« : • WILTON I VNI CHANCE, I lizabeth; General ( urricu- lum. • KENNETH CHANEY, Leesville; Law. • GEORGIA CHAPLIN, Natchitoches; Librarj Science • BARBARA CHAPMAN Lake Charles; Chemistry. • CAR1 i II M ' M W Ferriday; Physical Education • MARION CHAPMAN, Bun- kic ; Srcri-i.iii.il Science. Ninth Row : • Cll VR] VNN1 i II VPOTON, Baton i; Pi i,„. 1 , I .1.. cation. • JAMES LENORD i IMI lu l. Ville Platte [n strumental Muaii • 1HII M DAWSON CLARK Bunkie; Mathematics • Kli.i., CLARK Vlexandria Nursing • .1 VM1 S CLEMENTS, Haynesvill. Health and Physical • [01 I ' M I ill MMONS itchitoches; Vni mal Husbandry, Ninth Itou : • rERESA VNN CLEM1 NS, Shreveport Speech and H. u in| I hei ipj • EDITH CLOUD l inefield; I ppei Elemrn larj I .In. ..ii. .ii • [OHN EDWARD CLOI l Winnfield ntin( • I Wll I I I ii IBB Shn neport Eli u. .in. .... • ( Hls lidWiii COBB, Mancfield; Voricullurc • I MiMI IN I .liv.ii- Zoology. Eleventh Row : • R0B1 Ii l i hi i S ilphui i.. n. ...I i urn. iilun, • i VR liol I J 1 NK COLEMAN Ferriday; Physical Education • I Wll S Kl II II i ol I l . |rna; Wildlife Managemej VNN ELIZABETH COLLINS, Winnfield Sociology • Jl in COLLINS li bi line; Home Economii - " ill Mil I ol i. ' i Mil. Oakdali - 1M FRESHMEN First Row : • JOAN MARIE CO.MSTOCK, New Orleans; Nursing. • MARY JANE CONLEY, Shreveport; Home Economics. • JAMES CONNELL, Minden; Business. • JUDITH CON- NORS, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • NELWYN COOK, Jonesboro; English. • BOBBIE COOPER. JR.. Natchitoches; Forestiy. Second Row : • PATRICIA COOPER. Shreveport: Chemistry. • RUTH COPELAND, Mitchell; Primary Education. • CAROLYN CORBETT. Dry Prong; Secretarial Science. • JAMES COR- LEY, Ringgold: Business Administration. • FRANCES COUNCILL. Alexandria; Social Science. • MICHAEL COU- SINS, Natchitoches; Pre-Engineering. Third Row : • FREDA COX, DeQuincv; Physical Education. • MAR- JORIE COX, Coushatta: Secretarial Science. • CORAL LEE CRAIN, Grand Chenier; Piano and Voice. • RICHARD GRAIN, Winnfield; General Curriculum. • WILMER CRAIN. JR., Mansfield; Chemistry. • NELDA MARIE CROOK. Springhill; Secretarial Science. Fourth Row: • JOSEPH CROOKS. Trout; Mathematics. • CHARLES CRENSHAW, Vivian; Business. • JOHN CRESS, Green- well Springs; Health and Physical Education. • ROBERT GORDON CREW, Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Educa- tion. • JULIA CROW, Coushatta: Business Education. • ()i; l CROWDER, Shreveport; Business Administration. Fifth Row: • JOHN DAVID CRUMP. Shreveport: Sociology. • CUR- TIS BRUCE CRYER, Newllano; Business Administration. • DORA LEAH CRYER. Pineville: Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • LAURA CULBERTSON, Kinder; Secretarial Sci- ence. • LAWRENCE CULPEPPER. Alexandria; Zoology. • DONALD CUMMINGS. Buffalo, N.Y.; Social Science. Sixth Row: • PENNY CUMMINGS, Shreveport: Speech and Hearing Therapy. • PATRICIA CUNLEE, Alexandria; Nursing. • FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM, Natchitoches; Zoology. • ROY EDWARD CUNNNINGHAM, Winnfield; Accounting. • JO- ANN CUMMINGS, Jonesboro; Speech. • HARVEY CUP- PLES, Shreveport; Business Administration. Seventh Row : • RAYMOND CUPPLES, Lena; Accounting. • JANET DAIGLE, Church Point; Primary Education. • NANCY SHARON DANIEL, Natchitoches; Physical Education. • RONNIE DANIEL, Natchitoches; Physical Education. • DE- LAINE DARBY, Hotima: Physical Education. • LINDA DAUGHTRY, Winnfield; English. Fighth Row: • ROBERT DAVENPORT, Port Sulphur: Animal Husband- rv. • SANDRA DAVID. Acme; Nursing. • VERNON DA- VID, Shreveport; Industrial Arts. • GLENICE DAVIS, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • STANLEY DAVIS, Pine- ville: Veal Music • VIRGINIA DAVIS, Leesville; Secre- t.lllll Science. Ninth Row: • JOYCE DAW. Logansport; Bacteriology. • BARBARA DEAN, Shrevepo.t: French. • I.ARIO WAYNE DEAN, Shreveport; Government. • MARY JO DEAN, Colfax; Gen- eral Curriculum. • THOMAS DEAN. JR.. Montgomery; Businc-s Education. • SI E DEARMON, Sikes; Nursing. Tenth Row : • BE ' IH DEASON, Natchitoches ' Piano. • HARRY DE- BUSK, Winnfield; Upper Elementary Education. • NANCY DEES, Springhill; Medical Technology. • SHERON ANN DELALNE. Gonzales; Social Welfare. • GWENDOLYN DE- I.OACII. Il.no. r: Social Welfare. • PATRICIA DEMOR VELLE, i I It- Platte; Homo- Economics, Eleventh Row: • CLYDE DENNIS, L.ke Charles; General Curriculum. • I ' M I DERBONNE, Natchitoches; I pper Elementarj Educa- tion. • PHYLLIS DEROSIA, West Monroe; Nursing. • DEWE1 DO USAY, Hineston; Upper Elementary Education. • LINDA DI( KEY, Oil City; Mathematics. • U III SI I DICKSON, Coushatta; General Curriculum. 7.2.1 FRESHMEN First Row : • JOHNNIE DICKSON, Coushatta; Business Administration. • BETTE DINKINS, Plain Dealing; Nursing. • JAMES DIXON, Mansfield; Speech. • ROBERT DIXON, Natchi- toches; Mathematics. • CHRIS DOCOLAS, Elefeis, Greece; Engineering. • I.IM) V DODGE, Georgetown; I pper Elemen- tarj Education. Second Rom : • Jl DV DOIRON, Lake Arthur; Chemistry. • JEAN DOl GHT1 i isburg; Nursing. • Gw ENDA l»o Dl N Florien; Chemistry. • W i DOWDEN Natchitoches - rrt.ui.il Science. • KK1I KH DOWDY, Bastrop; Mathe matirs. • THOMAS DREWETT, Montgomery; Electronics Tliir«l K»« : • BRENT DUBOIS, Lena; Mathematics. • HI I DUG (, . Cheneyville; English. • RICHARD DUGGAN, West Hartford, Conn.; Business Administration. • I11R DUN- HAM, Natchitoches; Accounting. • MAR " i HI 111 DUMAS Shreveport; Physical Education. • JAMES DUNN, G town; Music. Fourth How: • K DIANNE DUNN, Mansfield English. • ROBER1 DUPRE, Ville Platte; General Curriculum. • DOWN) Dl PREE, Coushatta; General Curriculum. • CLARENCI l»l RAND, Pollock; Mathematics. • MARGARE1 DURHAM, Bossiei City; English. • REGINALD DURHAM, Shreveport; 11 isiness Administration. Fifth How: • JON DURIO, Forest Hill; Electronics • ARTHUR DYCK, I otton Valley Accounting. • I VRRI1 D " i M S Drj Prong; KnjilMi. • uMKII DYSON. Crand Chenier; Industrial Vrts. • (.1 INEA HI l 1 EN, mill,. I.I: Social - JOHN I ASON, Mansfield; n Sixth Row : • JWh EBARB, Noble, Accounting. • ROBER1 III ED WARDS, Coushatta; General Curriculum. • I KIIM ll DLEMON, Leesville; Mathematics. • LARR1 EDDY, Spring lull; Musi. I du. ation. • I INDA I l ARDS, Sibley So ■ tarial Science. • LYNDA EDWARDS, Vivian; Spanish. Seventh How : • THOMAS ELDERS, Alexandria Zoology • II Kin II KINS, Vivian; Music. • lllu l «. ELKINS Robeline; Elei i. .mi.- • VROl I I I IZABI I II ELLIOTT, Manj . Primary tion. • JESSER1 Mill IS, Gueydan Nursii . • PA- [ " RICIA II MORI . Km. 1. 1 I PP i , I I, mi Dl irj I ducation. Eighth Row: • TOMMYE JO ENSMINGER Shreveport; Nuraiiu DONNA ERICKSON Shreveport; Nursing • l MI MM RIDGE, hun b Point; Vccounting • INA LEI I INS Evans; Library Scienci • SANDRA EVANS Lake Charles; Nursing • I I l BAILLIE, Dry Prong; Primary I tion. Niiilli Row: • MARILYN EZERNACK, Zwolle; Business Administration. • [NGRID lii li I i;i i; n, Riddel I ppei Elementary I .In. n • Kl I KM I I IBRIZIO, Pineville; Sei retarial Scienci • GERELYN FACKREL1 Shreveport I ppi ii ary I dm ition • IK I Bl K I I WII.Kul i.li Springhill; Industrial .i- • III I n I l i.ll I. Alexandria ml Tenth Row i • i II KI ES l in I I Kit SON, Ferriday riculi GORDON I I RGI SON Shreveport; Instrumental l i M VRU I I Kl I in Shrevi port Eli mentary I dui ition • VLAN II RNBA1 GH tt hito. het Mathematics. • I IM I II I HI R, Mindi n Voici • CAROLYN FIELDS Uexan Dl .■ Eleventh K « i • li I I FIELDS Mori u isfa • CLYDI FISH I K Pleasant Hill; Accounting • i 1 M III II l i.l RALD K , Primary I ducation. • EL ' CENI II l i.l RALD Bossiei City; Pre-Dentistry • JIKin FLANAGAN Zwolli • J Wll S WILLIAM FLETI HER, Montgomery i ■ :i: FRESHMEN First Row : • MILLICENT A. FLETCHER, Benton; Business Education. • PATRICIA G. FLETCHER, Logansport; Science Educa- tion. • WOODIE C. FLOWERS, Jena- Pre-Enginec-iDg • CLAUDIA A. FLOYD, Pineville; Biology. • CAROL R. FONTENOT, Ville Platte: English Education • PALI A. FONTENOT, New Iberia; Prelaw. Second Row: • SANDRA LOUISE FONTENOT, Collinston; Social Sci- ence. • FRANK H. FOOTE, Alexandria; Animal Husband- ry. • LAURA A. FOREMAN, Pineville: Secretarial Science. • JERRY F. FTJWLER, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Edu- cation. • RODNEY FRANKS, Merrvville- Government. • YVONNE FRAZIER, Alexandria; Social Studies. Third Row: • JESSE B. FREELAND, Welsh; Special Education. • ED- WIN FREEMAN, Norwood; General Curriculum. JANETTE FRIDAY. Chestnut: Primary Education. • SANDRA L. FRO- MENTHAL, Morgan City; Nursing. • VERNON R. FRYE, Alexandria; Wildlife Management. • JOSEPH M. FULLER- TON, Shreveport; Music Instrumental. Fourth Row : • TERRY E. FURR, Bossier; Industrial Arts. • LEAH E. GAIENNIE, Lecompte; Business Education. • JIMMIE W. GALLIEN, Natchitoches; General Curriculum. • KENNETH GARCIE, Zwolle; Wildlife Management. • SUE E. GASKIN, Extension; Upper Elementary Education. • MILBON J. GAS- PARD, Cottonport; Mathematics. Fifth Row: • PATRICIA K. GASPARD, Alexandra; Speech and Hear- ing Therapy. • DOUGLAS W. CAUNTT. Noble- Business Administration. • LINDA M. CAUTHIER, Bunkie; Social Welfare. • ROBERT D. GEOGHAGAN, Many: Accounting. • DORTHULA GEORGE, Stonewall; Nursing. • VIDKY L. GEORGE, Jena; Social Science Education. Sixth Row: • NANCY LEE GEPHARDT, Mooringsport; Mathematics. • BEVERLY 0. GIMBERT, Natchitoches; Nursing. • JON L. GIBSON, Haynesville; Social Studies. • SALLY J. GIB- SON, Bossier; Speech and Hearing Therapy. • BILLY G. GILCREASE, Shreveport; Accounnting. • FRANKLIN L. GILCHRIST, Natchitoches; Accounting. Seventh Row: • CHARLES V. GILES, Hosston; General Curriculum. • ELIZABETH J. GILLESPIE, Waterproof; Primary Education. • MARY A. GILSON, Natchitoches; Primary Education. • CAROL A. GIPSON, Jonesboro; Chemistry. • JANET A. GITHENS, Vivian; Nursing. • JAMES R. GLESS, Rich- mond, Texas; Agriculture. Fighth Row: • DON L. GOERTZ, Natchitoches; Pre-Engineering. • ROB- ERT L. GOLDEN, Vivian; Vocal Music. • LINDA SHARON GOODWIN, West Monroe; Zoology. • DORA E. GOSS. Tioga; Education. • JOHN D. GRAHAM, Bossier- Indus- trial Arts. • ROBERT E. GRAHAM, Shreveport: General Curriculum. Ninth Row: • ENID M. GRAY, Shreveport; Education. • FARLEIGH VI. GRAY, JR., Otis; Upper Elementary Education. • MARY B. GREEN, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. • PAUL GREEN, Transylvania; Physical Education. • PEGGY F. GREEN ' , Jeanerelte; Business Administration-French • JARRE IT I). GREER, Coushatta; Mathematics. Tenth Row: • JACK L. GREGORY, Shreveport: Business Marketing • DEI. BERT GRIFFIN, Winnficld; Physical Education • NANCY ANN GRIFFIN. Minot, North Dakota; Home Eco nomics. • ELIZABETH A. GRIGSBY, Alexandria- Elemen- tary Education. • DONALD GRISSOVI Jena: General Cur riculum. • HENRY L. GROI I . Mooringsport; Pre-Medicine. Eleventh Row: • JOHN C. GROVES, Pineville; Government. • MARTHA GRUNWALD, Shreveport; Latin Education. • MARGARET I. G( NI!V. lake ( harles; Nursing. • DOROTHEY F. GI V TER, Lecompte; Primarj Education. • SHIRLE1 LOR RAINI IIAGAN. Mick-: B , ine-s Education. • WANDA I II l I . Epps; Nursing. 114 FRESHMEN First Row: • SALLY A. HALL, Shreveport ; Bu ? iness Education. • MNFORA L. HAMES, Alexandria; Nursing. • MAX E. HAMMETT, Ringgold; Zoology. • CHARLES E. HAM- MOND, JR., Shreveport; Electronics. • LAURIE HAND. Springhill; General Curriculum. • SHARON M HANK WITZ, Colfax; Genera] Curriculum. Second Row : • JOYCE L. HARGIS. Baton Rouge; Chemistry Education. • THOMAS S. HARMON, JR., Tallulah; Electronics. • GERALD E. HARP Alexandria; Business Administration. • SANDRA R. HARRIS. Baton Rouge; Nursing. • LUCILLr HART. Westlake; Medical Technology. • SANDRA J. HART, Springhill: Elementary Education. Third Rox : • Jl K HARVILL, Bossier; Business Administration. • SHIRLEY HARWELL, Houma; Vocal Education. • JIMMY R. HASLEY Goldonna; Uppei Elementarj Educa tion. • LYNDELL L. HATCHER, Bossier. • MERILYN I. HAYDEL, Tioga; Primary Education. • HIXIE " SISSY " HAYES, Blanchard; Primarj Education. Fourth Row: • SHERYL HAY ' S, Shreveport; (Jppei Elementarj Educa tion. • ID HEARRON, Natchitoches; Upper Elementarj Ed ucation. • K t ) 1 J. HEBERT, St. Martinsville; Nursing. • ( HARLIE R. HELMES. • IlnW ARD I HELMS, Natchi- toches; Forestry. • RONALD W. HENDERSON, DeRidder; Biology Education. Fifth Row: • EMMETT G. HENDRICKS. Martlkmll.-: Pin-,.., I Liu, a tion. • CLARENCE R. rii uluui. • R WDM I, I ing. • J AMES HENRY DENNIS I . Ill KRE1.I . II D1III C. HICKMAN. HI N |(. . Minden; General Cur- HI- NNIG N. Marthaville; A ml Alexandria; Animal Husbandry • Bossier; Business Administration, • Rat, ui Rouge; Nursing. Sixth Row: BILLY I .. IIH (CS, W in M B. IIH KS. Shrevepoi Bus Administration. • WILLIAM B. HICKS, Shreveport; Industrial Technologj • 111 MY I. HIGGINS, Shreveport; Librarj Science. • RON ALD B. HIGHTOWER Winnfield; Accounting. • BOBBIE D. HILL, Pitkin; Electronics. • JACKU S HODGES, Kelly; Pi in, iry Education, Seventh Ko« : • LAFREDA D. HODGI S, Georgetown; I pp, i Elem, Education. • BRUCE HOL1 N|i. Sarepta Genera] Curricu- lum. • FRANK I. HOLLEMAN, JR.. Shreveport; Business Ad , -ii. m. „, • II AROl l II. Ilnl 1 I NSH1 AD, JR . Bos sier; Business Administration. • ANHi o llul I I , I shatta; Agriculture. • JAMES V HOLLEY, Dubberly; Bum- ii,-- Administration. Eighth Rov. : • I HOM AS R HOI LEY, Shreveport; Accounting. • El [Gl I. Ilol 1 II II I H III. Shreveport; Business Administration • PATRICIA HOLLINGSWORTH, Pineville; N ,r-ing • JiHIN S. HOLLOWAY, Shreveport; Wildlife Manage in, -ni. • LUCILLE I llul STON, Drj Prong I ppei I l mental m • CHARLOTT] HOOD, Cullen; Nursing. " N i ii ili Row: • MRS. SAR B. HOOD Hoi I lucation. • i II AR1 I S I HOB luN. JR., Natchitoches; Genera] I urri. i In,,, • PRENTISS l HOUGH, JR., Minden; Wildlife Man agement. • PI in lit » ARD, Pinevilli : I Dglish I tion • SANDRA HUBBS, Baton Rouge; Nursing • CRAM TON I HUCKABEI Shreveport; Business Administration. Tenth ll « : • i.i Ii I I) R. Ill i K i;, Hodgi Industri ,, I ducation. • i I HUH I . Ill in. i NS, Homi i I ppi i I lementar) Edu, ■ tion • RON l n III Hi. I N- Pin. riile; Business .l ministration • CHARLES HUDSON, Shreveport; General Inn, • I " i NN I HI . JR. Shrevi port V Musi I dui itii n • LINDA I III MPHRIl - Shreveport; Busini -- Administi ition. Eleventh How : • WILMA I Hi N i Shreveport; Primarj I ducation • IHAAIN I HURST, Shreveport; Business Adminiilril LOUIS 111 SON, n it, hit « bi - I ■ .,,,,„. n i .1 An • -III II in in Shrevei Ho I mics • KM. IN i n i in GRAM, JR. ( I Pini General Curriculum • HON l U i; ISG1 1 I . Zwolli H " 5 FRESHMEN First Row : • PERCY LAWAYNE ISGITT, Houston, Texas; Pre-Medi- cine. • CORLEY VIRGIL JACKSON, Many; Accounting. • Jl D ANNE JAMES, Baton Rouge; Medical Technology. • THERM AN JAMES, Pitkin; Upper Elementary. • SARA ANN JARRELL, Minden; Physical Education. • DAVID JARRETT, Shreveport; Marketing. Second Row : • ISAAC LYNN JEANE. Leesville; Forestry. • JOHNEY JEANS, Basile; Physical Education. • JAMS JEFFERSON, Shreveport: Primary Education. • JUDY KAYE JENKINS. Marthaville: Primary Education. • GLENDA BELLE JETER, Jena; Primary Education. • RONNIE L. JINKINS, Shreve- port; General Curriculum. Third Row: • BARBARA CATHRENE JOHNS, Minden; Elementary Ed- ucation. • BARBARA LYNN JOHNSON, Leesville; Speech Therapy. • BENNI SUE JOHNSON, Smackover, Arkansas: Nursing. • CHARLES W. JOHNSON, Shreveport; General Curriculum. • GARY AUGUSTUS JOHNSON, Haynesville; Health and Physical Education. • GLENN RAY JOHNSON, Pitkin; General Curriculum. Fourth Row : • JAMES O. JOHNSON, DeRidder; Accounting. • JOE JOHNSON, Haynesville; Physical Education. • KATHRYN VIRGINIA JOHNSON, Shreveport- Upper Elementary. • LOIS ELIZABETH JOHNSON, Belle Chasse; Library Science. • RICHARD HOWARD JOHNSON, Bossier City; Business Administration • RONALD WAYNE JOHNSON, Hineston; Physical Education. Fifth Row: • SHERRY LYNN JOHNSON, Sieper; Chemistry. • JUDY ANN JOINER, Baton R..uge; Speech. • AUDREY NELL JONES, Converse; Home Economics. • BETTY RUTH JONES, Converse: Home Economics. • DONALD W. JONES, Shreveport; Business Administration. • DONNA L. JONES, Shreveport; Music. Sixth Row : • ELLEN KAY JONES, Grand Cane; Business Education. • GERALD MICHAEL JONES, Shreveport; Instrumental Music. • JAMES ROBERT JONES, Montgomery; Mathe- matics. • F. G. JORDAN, Pitkin; Mathematics. • OLEDA MAE JORDAN, Robeline; Primary Education. • GEORGE FRANKLIN KEENE, III, Alexandria; Zoology. Seventh Row : • DAVID KELLER, Shreveport; Accountinig. • SYLVIA J. KELLER, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. • AN- NIK VIRGINIA KELLY. DeRidder: Library Science. • CHARLES G. KELLY, Ruston; Social Welfare. • DAVID RTHl R KELLY, Plain Dealing; General Curriculum. • EDWIN LOUIS KELLY, Natchitoches; Mathematics. Fighth Row: • MARGIE KELLEY, Winnfield; Library Science. • MAR- THA KENNEDY, Tallulah; Physical Education. • JIMMIE LYNDELL KERN, Zachary; Nursing. • SYBIL ANN KER- RY, Gorum; Upper Elementary Education. • IRA JOE KEY, Minx; Animal Husbandry. • GEORGE KILLEN, Coushatta; Physical Education. Ninth Row: • DAVID L. KILPATRICK, Minden; Business Administra ii..„. • VIRGINIA KINDLEY, Ringgold; Primary Education. • KATHERINE A. KING, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • VERNE RAY KIN(,. Montg i ; I pper Elementary Education. • JOHN II. KIRKLAND, Pineville; General Curriculum. • W. ROl KIRKPATRICK, Haynesville; Speech. Tenth Row: • KU KITCHENS, Shreveport; Home Economics. • JEN NIFER i: lin KLENK, Baton Rouge; French. • JOHN CONRAD KLOTZBACH, lb.. Natchitoches; Pre-Engineering. • BILLY WADE KNIGHT, Varnado; Biology-Education. • ROY CECIL KNOTTS, Natchitoches; Business Vdministra linn. • IdllS CHARLIE KOLB, Atlanta; Bacteriology. Eleventh Row: • KAREN NN Kuril Mi. K inner; Pre-Medicine. • LIN- DA HJNE KRAMEL, Libuse; Social Studies Education. • CLIFFORD KKol SE, Minden; Agriculture. • MARIANNA ID III KUCINSKI, Trout; Medical Technology. • WILLIAM OWENS KYZAR, Bossiei City; Accounting. • MARIE ELAINE LA El. El R. Eunice; I ' rim.iiv Education. 1l6 ?■ fk r a, a rm . § « MM FRESHMEN First Row : • WILLIAM C. LAMBERT, Shreveport: Health and Physical ition. • DENNIS ROY LAPRARIE. JR., Effie; Physical Education. • LARRY B. LAWSON, Hall Summit; Agricul- ture. • FLOYD D. LE BLEU, Opelousas; Physical Education. • JOAN DALE LE Bol EF, Port Sulphur; Phvs-i, j| Educa- tion and Upper Elementary. • HAROLD JOE LEDFORD, Zwolle: Physical Education. Second How : • BILL LEE. Shreveport; Speech. • JVM I E. LEE. Sibley; Business Administration • LARRY D. III. Natchitoches; Electronics. • LESTER HUGHES LEE. Natchitoches; Gen- eral Curriculum. • BKKNI JOYCE LE LEUX Crowley; Primary Elementary. • [( kl SUE LEMLEY, Gloster; i Iherapy. Third Row: • R VI I ' ll P. I I MOEN1 . Hamburg; Chemistry. • FRED LEONARD, Benton; Busi Administration. • Jl in K LESSARD, Baton Rouge; Nursing. • MARTHA 1 . 1 1 VAS M.l R, Nat, hiti.irlie-; A, counting. • ARDES D LEWIS, Mansfield; Math, -man,-. • KETI . I AROLYN LEWIS, Lo- gansport; Engli-h. Fourth Row: • ELIZABETH LEWIS, Sarepta; Nursing. • JOHN W. LEWIS, Florien; Accounting. • LARRY HARD " ! LEWIS, Gardner; General Curriculum. • JOHN LEE LILES, Lo- gansport; General Curriculum. • NONA LANE LINCOLN, Port Sulphur; Physical Education and I ppei Elementary. • LOUIS R. IlNlisw ji;.. Norwood; Art. lni, I, ii : ( . .in in, r . ial Atf • Natchitoches; Medical I • ■ h UPPINCOTT, Bossiei iry; Fifth Row: • Kl I 1 Y N I [NDS1 Y. ELDER I ANE | [NDS1 Y, nology. • Mil II Ml l N nment. • LILLIAN MERLE USENBEA Winnfield; General Curriculum. • I K1H ANN LETTON, Mansfield; Plan,,. • PATRICK JOHNSON EX)FTUS, Stonewall; Busi ness Administration. Si x ill Row: • HI NN , WAYNE LONG, Winnfield; Journalism. • BELLI 0. LONG, Winnfield; Agriculture. • FEtANCES MAREE LONGENO Coushatta; Primarj Education. • REGENALD I uNi. I iHS. N.,1. I,..,„ l,.-: Agriculture. • CECILI LONO, Bossier City; Nursing. • JOWANNA LOOPER, Alex- andria; Nut Seventh Row : • EREC STUAR1 LORD, Houma; Music. • SHARON El 1 ABE 111 I ORENG, Zwolli ; Piano and Voice I ducation. • 111 In i- I 0TSP1 H II. Shreveport; Sei retarial Science. • I 1 i.l Ni B LOVE, Bossiei City; Accounting. • JOHN FRED LOVE, Winnfield; Agriculture. • JOHN M. LO I . B i n : Pre-1 ngineering. Eighth lion : • MARELYN ANETA LOWERY, Minden English. • SHER uN LOES LAWREY, Coushatta; Nursing. • JIMMN- DOUG I AS LOWRY, Haynesville; Business Administration. • NHK LUCEVO, Shr • port An • SAM LUCERO, Shreveport; Aci Hilling. • loN I I i I i;o. Shreveport; Accounting Ninth Kiih : • II Kl LYNN LUCKY, Shreveport; Mush • M AR , I NINI II I. Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. • i I 1FFORD II I I IO I I . Natch :hes ; Pt AR1 I I N I I I Shreveport; Secretarial Scieno • I ' l ANN1 I M ARE! M Mi BRED1 . Natchitoches; Primary i tion. • I KIN Mel AEN, Colfax; General Curriculum. Tenth llnu : • llil.i M ARE1 M,i AN, I me; Homt I con - • JOHN B Mel ANN, Vick; l ith, malics. • l N III NK , |.i oK HI I Baton M tthematics • l N I II I I N M. i I IN. Baton Rouge; English. • BR EN DA JOYCI M. i I Mil S ■■ pta; Secretari - • Gl I NDA M IISIIK Shreveport; Primarj Education. Eleventh li,,» : • Mill I II IKi.lNI Mcl i ' MIi Zwolle; 1 ppei rl.-m.-n- tarj i • PA1 Rll I KM II Mcl OOK. S tion • IIMMII l»W in M.i ORMII K Mam . General Curriculum. • I l 1SS1 NM McCRANIE, Bossiei Citj Nursii • DON l D ANDRI M Kl I RY, Simpson; Maihematii - • I0YC1 l W McDEVITl mora; Business Administration. FRESHMEN First Row: • LINDA MONA McDONALD, Many; Primary Education. • FRED McDOWELL, JR., Coushatta; Accounting. • MAR- CUS LANE McDOWELL Doyline; Business Education. • CARROLINE McGEE, Florien; Zoology. • LINDA JO Mc GINTY, Mansfield; General Curriculum. • BEVERLY Mc GOWAN, Shreveport; Elementary Education. Second Row: • GAYNELL McGOWAN. Shreveport; Primary Education. • WILLIAM JOSEPH McINNTS, Leesville; Music Instru- mental. • CAROLE McKNEELY, Blanchard; Home Eco- nomics. • EDSEL MrKEE. Natchitoches; Business Adminis- tration. • ARNOLD McLAIN, Montgomery; Agriculture. • JACKIE McLAMORE, Natchitoches; Primary Education. Third Row: • JOY KATHLEEN McLAUGHLIN, Denham Springs; Nurs- ing. • MALCOLM McMULLEN, Pitkin; Accounting. • GENE MADDOX, DeRidder; Physical Education. • SAMUEL REED MADDOX, JR., Haynesville; Business Administration. • THERESA ANNETTE MAHFOUZ, Mansfield ; Upper Ele- mentary Education. • JULIA KATHLEEN MAHONEY, Min- den ; Physical Education. Fourth Row: • WILLIAM HERBERT MALLETT, Shreveport; Art. • LIN- DA JOYCE M ALLEY Cotton Valley; Nursing. • GLORIA JANET MALONE, Springhill; Nursing. • JOHN CLIFFORD MALONE, Shreveport; Business Administration. • JAMES MAMBOYRG, Shreveport; Speech. • EARL LESLIE MAN- NING, JR.. Alexandria : Mathematics. Fifth Row: • JAMES H. MANNING, Natchitoches- Forestry. • CHARLES MARANTO, Shreveport: Accounting. • CLINTON REED MARKS, JR.. Bossier; Accounting. • GIVEN MARIE MARLER, Alexandria; Physical Education. • CHARLA MARLOW. Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • ELIZABETH SUE MARSDEN, Tallulah; Nursing. Sixth Row: • CATHERINE DIANNE MARSHALL. Cotton Valley; Pi- ano. • VIRGINIA LOUISE MARSHALL, Shreveport; Medi- cal Technology. • DAVIS MARSTON, JR., Coushatta- Agri- culture. • BARBARA LOU MARTIN, Minden; Elementary Education. • CAROLYN LOUISE MARTIN DeQuincy; Busi- ness Education. • CHARLES MARTIN, Ashland; Chemistry. Seventh Row: • MARY REGINA MARTIN, Monroe; Nursing. • WARREN EARL MVRTIN, Provencal; Chemistry. • BUNNY MASIN- GILL. Nati hitoches; Upper Elementary Education. • CARL WILSON MASHOX. Vidalia; Physical Education. • JUDY ANN MASSEY, Alexandria; Primary Education. • SAMUEL ARTHUR MASSON, Clmitierville; Mathematics. Eighth Row: • IIMMIE ANN MATHENY, Bossier City; Medical Tech- nologj • JOHN RAY MATHEWS, Shreveport; Agriculture. • P VII! M :IA ANN MATHEWS, Vivian; Physical Education. • JUDITH MARIE MATTOX. Cullen; Physical Education. • (CATHERINE CORINNE MAUBOULES, Morse; Primary Education. • CHARLES H. MAXEY Many; Electronics. ;ji iculture. Minth Row: • JAMES I I: ANK1 l l AXEY, Calvin. GLYNN MIIII MAXWELL, Drj Prong; Government. JAMES ELTON MAXWELL, JR. Shreveport; Accounting. • DELORES ANN MAYEAUX, Natchitoches; Secretarial Sci- ence. • CHARLES L. MAYER, Shreveport: General Curri- culum. • VIVIAN LAVERLE MAYES, Grayson; Chemistry. Tenth Row: • J NIECE MAYET. Lock t: Medical Technology. • DEANNA MAYEUX, Alexandria; Vocal Education. • VII WW Ml ADOR, Shreveport; Education. • .1 AMES MED- I I M I ' l iqui mine; General Curriculum. • R U MOND WOODRO ' K MELVIN, Jena; Pre-Engineering • DONNIE GERALD MERCHANT, Simpson: Ac inting. Eleventh Row: • HOMER MERRIT1 . An; I a Elementarj Educa- tion. • ROBERT METHVIN, Natchitoches: Genera] Curri- culum. • M l l MIFFLIN, Leesville; Physical Education. • LONZO OLIVER MILAM, Bossiei Citj Mathematics. • FRANCES LOUISI MILLER, Elmer; Social Welfare. • FREDERICK MILLER, Conewango Valley, N.Y.; Upper Ele- mentary. 22i mm Bp3rf jk mkm mfxM 8 m h •5 FRESHMEN million Firr-t Hum : • MACK FELTON Mil. IKK. Minden; Genera] Curriculum. • OSBORN ROBERT MILLER, Many; Physics. • RICH Mil) WADE MILLER. Robeline; Art. • CLYDE MILEY, Campti; Pre-Veterinary. • JAMES F. MIMS, Natchitoches; Agri. ullure. • JI DITH MISTH II. Boothville; Ho nomics Education. Second Row: • 111 I I IK U E MIT( II Wl. Gonzales; Nursing. • GLEN i MARIE MITCHELL, Sarepta; Secretarial Sciem -II KI MITCHELL, Alexandria; Government. • TERR1 Mill Hill. Natchitoches; Physical Education. • CLIFFORD M. Mull I II. Jennings; Chemistry. • lil IH MOLl Wl. Shreveport; Business Education. Thirtl How: • DELM AR LIN TON MONROE JR. DON l D MONTGOM1 RY, Zwolle; MO( IR] . Goldonna; Mathematics. • New Orleans; Business Education. Shn veporl : • J AMI - Mathematics. • I! V SANDRA A. M il • -H Ko MOORE. tli.u ill.- : chitoches; Social Scienci • WENDEL1 I; MOOR! i •• neral ( lurriculum. Fourth Kow : • JOHNNi CHRISTOPHER MORGAN, Bbyce; Upper El.- m ni irj I du ition. • I IloM AS OWEN M( IRG AN, B 1 i t Elementarj I du ition • I II KI I M MOR VI I . Jena; Home Economics Education • [OHN C. MOR M I , Marksville; Zoology. • WANDA GA " V MORGAN, Springhill; Nursing. • JUDITH LYNANN MORRIS, Natchitoches; Gen- eral) urriculum. Fifth How: • GAR GENE MORRISON, Alexandria; English. • W K MADELINE MORRISON, Pitkin; Business Education. • I III R I VNN MOS1 - j nting. • M MOSLEY, Winnfield; English. • SHI Kin l MOSS Natchitoches; Plan... . [OSEPH CHARLES MOSTYN, Vh i.ni : Genera] Curriculum. Sixth Kow: • 1111 I M SI I. Moll. Si I i.m. ,-mII. : Nur-ing. • AN DUIW VICTOR MULINA, JR., Shreveport; Business Ad- ministration. • JIHIIII ( Klio| MURPHREY Logans, port; Voice. • JAMES K. MURPHY, Many; Electi • .1 M K W. Ml RRAY, Shreveport; Musii Education. • LINDA JEAN NADRCHAL, Minden; Primarj Education. Seventh Kow: • J ANIS NALLIN, Shreveport; Primarj Education. • J MI III NALLIN, Shreveport; Gem ral urrii ulum • SH ARON ELIZABETH WIT. Bossiei City; Mum,. • LUTHER NATION, Centerpoint; Industrial Arts Education • ROB Mil NEAL, Pineville; Physical Education. • KATHRYN I I I V Shi eveporl ; Business I ' 1 u ation. Eighth Kow: • M IO (CATHERIN1 NEILL, Zacharj Nursing • HOW- ARD ELLIS MINI. Nati hitoi hi s; Health and PI Ed cation. • ERIC R. NELSON, Robeline; Accounting. • IHWIl NETHERTON, Shreveport; Social Welfare. • JOHN i NEWBERRY, Shreveport; Business Administration. • I Kl Dm M. l M AN, Hodge; Physics. Ninth Row : • SANDR A LEI NEWMAN, Sulphui Elemi tion. • HM I i HRIS1 IM M SOM1 I • M Hin MIIMWY New Orleans; Nursing • LEI NICHOLS, Jonesville; Business Education. • M WU " l . Natchitoches; Industrial Arts. • IW GALJ NOBLE, Baton Rougi N Tenth ltn» ; • [AMES BENJAMIN NOLLEY, Natchitoches; Business Ad ministi ition. • I Ml Kl NOON1 IK Bu k Mathe- matics • i Kl ' W I I I ASHFORD NORM w - Administn n • BARBAR NORRIS Drj I Nursing. • l»o l | B. NOR III. Natchiti sh. • STEN NELS NORM IC |R., Jennii I li i mil IIiim : • BARBAR ANN NOYI R, I oush iti logj • LYNN l (.1 l i oil u Health and Phys ical Education • KM DOUG] AS O ' BANNNON, Flora; Wildlife Management • III M 1 1 1 BRII N, Nai minis tration, • II HI I II O ' DONNELI Springhill; Ci m • i AROI 1 ORTEGO, Pinevilh I tion, FRESHMEN First Row: • J WIS LOUISE OWENS, Tullos; Social Science. • KAY OWENS, Shreveport: Education. • ELENORA OWERS. Pol- lock: Secretarial Science. • BRENDA PACE. Sarepta; Medi- cal Technology. • DORIS PARKER. Shreveport; Journalism. • KIT PARKER. Ferriday; Business Education. Second Row : • KENNETH PARKS, Shreveport; Physical Education. • BOBBY JOE PASTIRO, Shreveport; Business. • JERRY PA1 I.. Ferridav; Speech and Hearing Therapy. • PHILIP PEACE, Negreet; Agriculture. • ANNE PEARCE, Shreve- port: Primary Education. • TOMMY PEASE, Shreveport; Pre-Engineering. Third Row : • RUSSELL PEORO, Shreveport: Industrial Arts. • LEWIS PEDREN. Springhill: Business Administration. • JEANNE VAN PEENE, Minden: Home Economics. • CONSTANCE PENCE. Baton Rouge; English. • JAMES PENINGER, For- est Hill; Electronics. • BILLIE ANN PENNY, Alexandria; Mathematics. Fourth Row: • GERALD PEPPER, Sikes; Agriculture. • FRANK PER- CY, Bogalusa; Industrial Arts. • LARRY PERDUE, Prairie- ville; Upper Elementary Education. • DONALD PERKINS. I.eovillc: L ' pper Elementary Education. • JOSEPHINE PEROT, Natchitoches; Speech Therapv. • ELIZABETH PE- TERSON, Florien; Nursing. Fifth Row: • HAROLD PETRIE, JR., New Orleans; Physical Educa- tion. • SUZANNE PETTY, Allemands: General Curriculum. • MEADE PHELPS, Natchitoches; Chemistry. • LINDA I ' ll EN l E. Hathaway: Primary Education. • JAMES PHIL- LIPS, JR., Boyce; Business Education. • Jl JLIA PHIL- LIPS, Jena; Medical Technology. Sixth Row: • DEAN PHIPPS, Shreveport: English. • GEORGE PICK- ETT, Cullen; Business. • SARAH PILCHER, Negreet; Gen- eral Curriculum. • RICHARD PINCARD, Oil City; Physical Education. • MARY EVELYN PITTMAN, Dubberly; Gen- eral Curriculum. • RAYMOND PLUNKETT, Dubberly; Electronics. Seventh Row: • ARTHUR POE, Alexandria; Sociology. • KENNETH POIMBOEUF, Shreve t: Accounting. • GLEN POOLE, Olla; Upper Elementary Education. • JANEY POPLIN, Bos- sier City. • JANTS POWELL, Montgomery; Business Educa- tion. • WALTER POWELL. Montgomery; Upper Elementary Education. Eighth Row: • EUNICE POWERS, Brihany; Speech. • JOAN PRADOS, New Orleans; Commercial Art. • MORRIS PRAYTON, Mans- field; General Curriculum. • MARSHA PRATT, Bossier City; ur-in . • BONNIE PREWITT, Weal Monroe; Busi- ness Education. • BARBARA ANN PRK I . Mansfield: Pri- mary Education. Ninth Row: • KENNETH PRIM, Shreveport; Accounting. • RUSSELL PROTTI, Belle Chasse; Government. • LESLIE PRID- HOMME, Natchitoches; Electronics. • MARY PUGH, New Orleans; Nursing. • GRACE Pl ' CII, Shreveport; Speech Therapy. • GLORIA PURCELL, Plain Dealing; Nursing. Tenth Row: • THOMAS PUTNAM, Merryville; Mathematics. • DOUG- LAS QUINN, Ringgold; Industrial rts. • ALICE RACHAL, Vitchitoches; Elementary Education. • l!AI(B R RACHAL, I hopin; Primary Education. • DAVID RACHAL, Natchi- toches; Pre-Engineering. • JIMM1 RACINE, Colfax; Bac- teriology. Eleventh Row: • ALVYN RACAN, JR., Shreveport; Business Administra lion. • WILLIAM RAGAN, Shreveport; Business Administra- tion. • GLORIA RAINER, Shreveport; Primarj Education. • BILLIE SI E RAINF.Y, Shreveport; Genera] Curriculum. • JUDITH RAINS, Zwolle; Business Administration. • WILLIAM RAINS, Shreveport; Business Administration. H HQ n $Wr )fm u ini FRESHMEN First Row : • EARL ANTHONY RAMBIN, Pelican JOY RHEA RAMBIN Powhata Mathematics. Secretarial Science. MARGIE RAMBIN, Oxford; Librarj Science. • JOANN RAMEY. Vivian; I ppt-r Elementary Education. • CHAR- LOTTE RAMSEY, Mansfield; Primary Education. • EARL1 W. RAWLS, Monroe; Mathematics. Second Row: • i HARMAINE M. READY, Natchitoches; Home Economics • CAMELLIA W RESWEBER, Port Barre; Speech and Hearing Therapy. • GORDON L. REYNOLDS, Shreveport; General Curriculum. • ROBER1 S. REYNOLDS Kinder; Animal Husbandry. • MN I Hi KM I! K| . Morgan City; Nursing. • PATRICIA . RICHARDSON, Shreveport; Pri marj Elementary Education. Third Row: • PHILIP RINEHART, Bossier; Business Vdministration • GINGER R. RISLEY, Alexandria; English Education • VIVIAN K. RICHARDSON, Shreveport; Primarj Education. • Will I AM E. RITCHIE. Lockport; General Curriculum. • RI EL li. RIVERS, Shreveport; Business Vdministration. • SHIR1 11 V. ROA( II. Stone ill; Sociology. Fourth Row : • SHELTON J. ROARK, Many; Electro • SANDRA WE ROBBINS, Natchitoches; Primar] Education. • I M: RIE L. ROBERTS. Pineville: Primary Education. • J Wll - E. ROBERTS. Natchitoches; Industrial Education. • SHELIA A. ROBERTS, Georgetown; Secretarial Science. • SHIRLE ' i A. ROBERTS, Oil City; Horn. Economics. Fifth Row: • WILLIAM I). ROBERTS. Nat. hit,„l„- ; Z,,„l.,gy. II I II D. ROB! R I S, Nat. hitoi bes; Business I ducation • Jl D1 . ROBERTSON, Dixie; Nursing. • RA1 I R0B1 CHEAUX, Vlexandria; Chemistry. • IMM I ROBINSON Shreveport; Nursing. • DONNA J. RODGERS, Plain Deal- ing; Business I dm ition. Sixth Row: • RITA M. RODGERS, Shreveport; Primarj Education • BOBBIE R0DRIG1 E, Uexandria; General I urriculum • JAMES R. ROGERS, Saline; Physical Education. • LINDA ROGERS. Bat. .n R.ui-c; Nursing. • PATRICIA ROGERS, Shreveport; Primarj Education. • LENORA J ROSENTH l . Vlexandria; Nursing. Seventh Row : • LOLA ROSS, Natchitoches; English Education • IB LEEN ROLLING, Metairie; Nursing. • JOHNNIE It ROSS port; Piano. • JAMES . ROWE Benton- PI tion. • llll I l I R0W1 I I . Winnfield; Horn, nomics • M KIII ROWZE1 . I eesville; Mathem Eighth Row: • ELIZABETH I ROYER, DeQuincy; I pper Elemental " ■ " • CI NEVA I RI SSELL Sondheimer; 1 pper Elementarj • I [NDA R. HI SSELL D Ri Idei So retarial Science. • l Kt. KI I . R| SSELL, Bossier; Physical Edu- cation. • | Kl nil RFORD, Shreveport; English cation. • FRANCES EARLIN] SALLEY, Marthaville; Nurs ing, Ninih Row: • I VNK I D SALLEY, Natchitoches; Nursing. • K lll RYN SALIM, Natchitoches Secretarial - • JACKSON SALTER, Jli.. Florien; General Curriculum. • Jn i B SALTER, Zwolle; Homi Economics. • JOl R SALTER Florien; Business Education. • BRAD ' V SANDERS I roul : Busim -- I dui ation. IK Tenth Row : • DANA R SANDERS, Chestnut; Genera] Curriculum • I l H - SAND! RS, I ■-. - s • VIR ' ■l N ' s SANDITI R, BenUey; Elementarj Education • IM!III K SANDLIN, Natchitoches Mathemaii. MMM1I SANFORD, Ville Platte; Physi. il Educal I I Ml SARTOR, Ida; Vocal M I leventh How ; JAN1 I R SAI VI Pineville; Primarj Educali lULIUS SAVANT, Basile; Business Education • DORIS SCALES Metairie; Medical fechnology. • RICHARD M ' Ml Pineville; Business Vdministration • IOSEPH I ?! yRP ' N - II, Shreveport; Bus Vdminislraiinn • SHIRI EY A. SI Mil I INGI R, - port; Marketing. 3 FRESHMEN First Row : • LINDA R. SCHMOLKK.. Alexandria; Mathematics. • LOUIS H. SCHUETZ, DeRidder; Business Administration. • WILLIAM E. SCHWARTZ, Shreveport; Business Administra- tion. • JAMES P. SCOGIN, JR.. Winnsboro; Health and Physical Education. • JANET L. SCOTT, Hall Summit; Ele- mentary Education. • LINDA SCOTT, Shreveport; Account- ing. Second Row : • LOICE D. SCOTT, Ringgold; Applied Arts and Science. • MILDRED SEBREN, Zwolle; English. • DONNA C. SE- GARI, Alexandria; Primary Education. • HARRY S. SEL- LER, Shreveport; Accounting. • GARVIN D. SENN, JR.. Vivian; Social Sciences. • SIDNEY W. SERS, Natchitoches; Geology. Third Row: • JIMMY D. SEWELL, Natchitoches; Business Administra- tion. • JAMES S. SHAPKOFF, Leesville; Speech. • SHER- RY E. SHARP, Lena; Primary Education. • CAROLYN L. SHAUB, Bossier; Nursing. • JAMES R. SHAW, Haughton; Agriculture. • RICHARD B. SHAW, Springhill; Forestry. Fourth Row: • SUSAN A. SHEFFIELD, Houma; Vocal Education. • JANICE H. SHEHANE, Natchitoches; Nursing. • SAM W. SHELTON, III, Natchitoches; Mathematics. • GERALDINE R. SHERROD, Shreveport; General Curriculum. • JUSTINE SHIVELY, Shreveport; Primary Education. • ALICE G. Sill MAKE, New Orleans; Accounting. Fifth Row: • MARTHA J. SHRAY, New Iberia; General Curriculum. • JAMES SIBLEY, Mansfield; Industrial Arts. • DONNA I SIMMONS, Shreveport; Spanis h. • WAYNE SIMMONS, Mansfield; Agriculture. • SANDRA SIMPSON, Shreve t; Primary Education. • SHIRLEY J. SIMPSON, Gilliam: Ele- mentary Education. Sixth Row: • DONNA R. SINGLETON, Bossier; Home Economics. • DAVID D. SISTRONK, Shreveport; Industrial Education. • h L. SIZEMORE, Hodge; Nursing. • JOHN A. SKIN- NER, Florien; Health and Physical Education. • SAM C. SMIDDY, Minden; Business Administration. • KAY SMI- LEY, Baton Rouge; Upper Elementary Education. Seventh Row: • CHARLENE SMITH, Alexandria; Business Education. • CHARLOTTE H. SMITH, Winnfield; Primary Education. • CLARENCE W. SMITH, Alexandria; Sociology. • CLARK E. SMITH. Shreveport : Chemistry. • EUGENE SMITH. Natchitoches; Mathematics. • JAMES C. SMITH, Shreve- port; Business Administration. Eighth Row: •JAMES C. SMITH, JR., Gretna: Physical Education. • JERRY T. SMITH, Winnfield; Mathematics. • JOE A. SMITH, Oak Grove; Physical Education. • PERRY J. SMITH, Winnfield; Animal Husbandry. • KENNETH R. SMITH, Kentwoo d; Education. Ninth Row: • RACHEL K. SMITH, Shreveport; Horn,- Economics. • SANDRA SMITH, Shreveport; Nursing. • I, ANA J. S0- LICE, Natchitoches; Nursing. • ANDREA I.. SOLIS, Shreve- port; Art. • CARMEN SPACCAROTELLA, Detroit, Mich.; Business dministration. • FRANKIE I ' . SPANO, Shreve- port; I pper Elementary Education. Tenth Row: • LINDA SPI li Mansfield; Business Education. • AN- NABELLE SPECHT, Boyce; Education. • JACKIE R. SPEIR, Chestnut; Genera] Curriculum. • MARY L. SPER- SI l). Forest Hill; Medical Technology. • 1YKNA A. SPILLMAN, Jackson; Nursing. • JOSEPH I. SPINKS, Col fax; Forestry. Eleventh Row : • LYLE V. SQ1 IBB, Lake Charles; Accounting. • SAM II. STACY, JR., Natchitoches; Pre-Engineering. • (CEARNE1 STAKES, Vbbeville; Health and Physical Education. • JOHN R. ST. WDKIA. Cloutierville; General Curriculum. • IHoMAS L. STARK. Tallulah; Mathematics. • HIWi ES STE1 V Jena; Business Education. a 3 ElS iO FRESHMEN %ir lf % 9 First Row : • ERIC R. STEINHAUSER, Shreveport; Business Vdminis- tration. • EVAN K. STEINHAUSER, Shreveport: Bu Administration. • DONALD W. STEPHENS. Natchitoches; General Curriculum • WILLIAM R. STEVENS, Coushatta; Industrial Technology. • GEORGE STEWART, Colfax; Busi- ness Vdministration. . HERBERT L. STICKWELL, Boyce; L pper Elementary. Second Row : • AM " i I. STILES, Campti; Pre-Medicine. • AMOS D. STOKES, Calcasieu; General Curriculum. • CHARLES R. STOKES, Vna ; Health and Physical Education. • FRAN I ES V. STOREY, Monterey; Social Science. • BRENDA G. STROUD, Negreet; Nursing. • RONNII SUGGS, Shreve purl: Home Economics. Third Row: • ROY SULLIVAN, Plain Dealing; Pre-Law. • UII1IK i SI I HI Id AM). Belle Chasse; Mathematics. • CLYD1 I SW VNSON, JR.. Winnfield; Chemistry. • PATRICIA L. SYLVESTER, Alexandria; Physical Education. • CAROLYN [ " ALBERT, Ringgold; Business Education. • JAMES I Ml EY, Shreveport; Business Administration. Fourth Row: • IxiNMh W. rALBOTT, Natchitoches; Social Welfare. • I I i VRD l l K TARVER, Winnfield; Forestrj • Mil Ki l K li;. Florine; Social Sciences • SHIRLEY A. TARVER, Columbia; Business Education. • CHARLoTIT I. rASSON Clarksville, Tenn ; Nursing. • RA " J l MM. Nevellton ; Mathematii - Fifth Row: • LOWANDA F. TAYLOR, Mansfield; Secretarial Science. • REBECCA J. rAYLOR, Jackson; Primary Education • SANDRA F. TAYLOR, Bossier; Secretarial Scienci • SAN DRA TEAGUE, Mans: Speech and Hearing Therapy. • SYBIL A. TEAL, WaUcer; Nursing. • BARBARA IMR. Robeline; Home Economics. Sixth Kiih : • III NR ' V R. I 1 MPI IN, Shn v port; Bai ti riologj • W DREA I rERRELL, I ristobal, I ana] Zone; Nursing. • KATHERIN1 THAXTON, Plainview; Horn. Economics • I 1 I Will! k I Milium VI V M rm nl iu; Physical I dui i tion. • LOIS IIIU.l ' l . Shreveport; Speech and Hearing I hei ipy. • GLENDA I HOM VS, Saline; Health and Pb Education. Seventh Row: • |IKK [ " HOMAS, Bossiei Qtj Business Administration. • K VR1 I IN 1 lloM VS, Shreveport; Sei n I trial S luMMi D. [ " HOMAS, Ringgold; Vgriculture. • WIIIIWI rHOMAS Mansfield; Animal Husbandry. • DONALD I THOMPSON, Montgomery; Accounting. • GEORG1 I HOMPSON, Rii hmond, I. Vgriculture. Eighth Row: • HERVERT 1 1 HOMPSON JR I ottonport; Health ami Physical Education • LEI rHOMPSON, Montgomery; English, • JOANN I IBB1 I. Shreveport; Sei n tat • II I I M I I 1 1 I I N n Vccounting. • Jl In I riLLMAN, 011a; Se. retarial Sei • DALE M riNS I 1 . Belle hassi ; I ppi i I I itai j I dm ation. Ninth Ro« : • ( VROI I [R IN. Baton Rouge; Nursing • Jl I ' ll II I [SDA1 I i olfax; Medical !■ cl I . • IANE1 [OOKI old; II. me Economics. • M.NI SS KM « II TON, Medical rechnology. • M Mil TOl I HSTONI i it) Nursing • J0S1 I ' ll V IK Mi. I I . Belle i basse : Busi IVnlh Row : • li IK VPP, Vnacoco; Uppi • NOR I I K IS, Shn vepoi S - • DOB OTHi I IKhllll Goldonna; Primarj Education • DOR . 1 1 m ri ' LLOS N. », llton; Prim irj I dm itii n • RON M D I I I I OS, lent Medical rechnology. • M VR I II Ml I I I 1 1 Shn pori Soi Scii ncc. Eleventh K « : • INi I N I l I 1 MINI I I ii Shn v l„,„. • 11 HI I II i 1 1 KNKuw Shn vi port; Medii .1 • CHARLES ( rURNER |R [onesboro; Business Vdi Jtration • rHOMAS R IIKNIK, Shreveport- Busi Vdministration. • R M I ' ll I r YLER, ! ' ■ nl I,,,., • RUTH M ITLER Shn vi port; Primal ration. 33 FRESHMEN First Row : • CHARLENE ANNE URBAN, Alexandria; Dietetics. • PA- TRICIA UNRATH, Alexandria; History. • DOROTHY US- SARY, Pineville; Nursing. • CHARLES VANDERSYPEN, Alexandria; Physical Education. • PAULINE VAN MOL, Alexandria; Nursing. • CHARLES VANN, Bossier City; Pre-Medicine. Second Row : • JIM VAPHIADIS, Shreveport; Pre-Engineering. • FRAN VARNELL, Winnfield; English. • JO ANN VERMAELEN, Alexandria; Education. • JEANETTE VEULEMAN, Many; Home Economics. • JAMES KEITH VICK, Vivian; Business Administration. • ROBERT VINCENT, Kaplan; Upper Ele- mentary Education. Third Row: • CYNTHIA VINING, Amite; Nursing. • LETHA VOIGY, Natchitoches; Sociology. • MARIE ELAINE VOINCHE, Marksville; Sociology. • KATHLEEN WADE, Eunice; Physi- cal Education. • KENNETH WAGGONER, Bossier City; Mathematics. • NANCY MABEL WAGLEY, Many; Speech and Hearing Therapy. Fourth Row : • MARILYN SUE WALES, Minden: Nursing. • JEAN WALKER, Shreveport; Home Economics. • PATRICIA ANN WALKER, Shreveport; Physical Education. • OTIS LAMAR WALL, Winnfield; Agriculture. • RAOUL DUFFY WALL, Tullos; Journalism. • JERRY CLYDE WALSH, Sarepta; Accounting. Fifth Row: • JEANNE WALSWORTH, Atlanta; Art. • FRANKIE LOUISE WALTMAN, Shreveport; Mathematics. • GLENDA JOYCE WAMBLE, Shreveport; Secretarial Science. • JAMES C. WARD, Provencal; Mathematics. • RAE BELLE WAR- NER, Alexandria; Mathematics. • HARDY WARREN, Mau- rice; Education. Sixth Row: • MARTHA WARREN, Castor; Nursing. • MINNIE EVE- LYN WATKINS, Wilda; Upper Elementary Education. • MELINDA WATKINS, Shreveport; Latin. • GERALD WEAKLEY, Shreveport: Industrial Technology. • BETTY NELL WEAVER, Campti; Primary Education. • ILEEN WEAVER, Campti; Primary Education. Seventh Row: • JOHN THOMAS WEAVER, Oil City; Physical Education. • SUDIE ANNE WEAVER, Chestnut; Mathematics. • RAN- DELL JOSEPH WEBB, Haynesville; Mathematics. • SAN- DRA JEAN WEBB, Church Point; Biology. • SUE WEBB, Goldonna; Home Economics. • GEORGE MICHAEL WEE- GO, Leesville; Accounting. Eighth Row: • HELEN ANN WEEKS, Natchitoches; Mathematics. • JOHN WEFFENSTETTE, Natchitoches; Pre-Engineering. • KAREN M. WELCH, Natchitoches; Business Education. • MAURICE LEE WELCH, Shreveport; Business Administra- tion. • TUMEL WAYNE WALDRIP, Coushatta; Government. • NANCY WELLS, Shreveport; Primary Education. Ninth Row: • CAROL JUNE WHEAT, Montgomery; Social Science. • PHILLIP E. WHEELER, Tallulah; Business Administration. • JAMES EARL WHITE, Leesville; Accounting. • O. D. WHITLEY, Grand Cane: Business Administration. • CARO- LYN WHITTINGTON, Shreveport; Primary Education. • JERRY L. WHITTON, Shreveport; Industrial Technology. Tenth Row: • MARION WILDEBOER, Campti; Mathematics. • DAVID BRIAN WILLIAMS. Alexandria; Music Education. • HAZEL WILLIAMS. Shreveport; Nursing. • JERRY WAYNE WIL- LIAMS, Keithville; Agriculture. • JAMES KERNEY WIL- LIAMS. Natchitoches; Accounting. • MARY BETH WIL- LIAMSON. Baton Rouge; Nursing. Eleventh Row : • BOSS (.. WILLIAMS, Florien; An. • SHARON BETH WILLIAMS, Campti; Primary Education. • DONNIK U. WILLIS, Alexandria; Pre-Dentistry. • JIMMY 1). WILLIS, Shr.-veporl; Kngli-h. • CARL RAY WILSON, Baton Rouge; I ' ppei ll.„,.„i.,n Education. • CHRISTINE WILSON, Lis- bon; Nursing. 34 FRESHMEN First Row: • MARGIE WILSON, Dry Prong; Mathematics. SANDRA F. WILSON. Oil Citj : I ppet Elementary Education. • P. ORAN WIMF.R. Shreveport; Business Vdministration. • i UtOL J. WINEINGER, West Monroe; Nursing. • JACK R. WINTERSTEEN, Great Fall. Virginia; Physical Educa- tion. • Jo VNN Y ISE, I ena; .. logv. on. • RI( II IM G M. WOOLEY, Second Row : • M. I). WOOD, i astor; Health and Physical 1 . WOODARD, W innfield; Government. • WOODSON, Shreveport; Journalism. • ROSE Haughton; Nursing. • CLINTON D. WARSHAM, Manx Animal Husbandry. • JUDY A. WRIGHT Natchil Art. Third Row: • SYBLE A. WRIGHT, Negreet; Secretarial Scieni RFGGIF A. WYATT, Winnfield; Speech Education. • Wil- li Wl P. WYNINGER, Maple I; Forestry. • TOM R WYNN, New Orleans; Business Vdministration. • SHERBETS YARBERRY, Shreveport: Bu-inr- Eilii.-atimi. • NANCILFE i I i 1— .. Tallulah; Nursing. Fourth Row: • BETTY -II YELV1 RTON, I impti II mi I m i JAMES I YOUNG, JR., Benton; Business Administration. • JEAN C. YOUNG, Leesville; Nursing. • JIDITH F. YOUNG, Shreve] Elementary. • GRETCHEN B ZANS LER, Metairie; Distributive Education. • DIAWF. ZIM- MERMAN, linnkic; Social Welfare. She ?- just helping me into this monkey -nit. CLAYTON COMPLIMENTS CORNISH INSURANCE OF VULCAN LIFE AGENT THE " College Senior Plan " TOWNE HOUSE COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP " We Wire Flowers Anywhere " 422 Second St. Pkone 2796 Natchitoches, La. John c. guillet f nolo araphu 403 Second Street TELEPHONE 2381 TO the graduating class NATCHITOCHES COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. FOLLOW THE CROWD AND COLLEGE MEET YOUR FRIENDS CLEANERS AT with STA-NU Finishing Process LE RENDEZVOUS CAFE 20% Discount — Cash Carry MR. MRS. LEONARD DIETRICH, Owners DUE WAYNE HOLLEY, Owner NATCHITOCHES MOTOR CO., LTD. T. M. STROUD, Manager C. R. WHITEHEAD, President AUTHORIZED Sord DEALER Since 1912 L onqra tulationd l 9 t torn s Wiggly or VwKCIVC PA full satisfaction always! y 5 FRONT TOULINE FREE PARKING We Give S H Green Stamps COMPLIMENTS OF PECAN LANES BOWLING CENTER Highway I South Phone 6519 NATCHITOCHES, LA. COMPLIMENTS OF SANDEFUR JEWELERS I 7 St. Denis Street Telephone 6930 NATCHITOCHES HBBBB De BUEUX ' S BROADMOOR RESTAURANT Ladies Ready-To-Wear Phone 6120 6 1 2 Front Street " We Cater to Private Parties " NATCHITOCHES, LA. KNOC u Katering to Northwestern, Our College ' ' Variety Radio 720 Front Street News Phone 2353 COMPLIMENTS OF de VARGAS JEWELRY 624 Front Street NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA COMPLIMENTS COMMUNITY OF CLEANERS DON THEATRE " Alterations, our specialty " 570 Front St. AND J. E. CAMPBELL, Owner CHIEF DRIVE-IN Highway 1 South Phone 2229 1 03 Second Street NATCHITOCHES, LA. COMPLIMENTS OF MILLSPAUGH ' S DRUG STORE 576 Front Street Phone 2111 NATCHITOCHES, LA. 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