University of Arkansas Little Rock - Trojan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)

 - Class of 1940

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I f, therefore, there be any lfimlness I can. show, or any good thing I can do, let me do it nozvg let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way againf, Because of his intelligent leadership and above all, because of his inspirational influence and willingness to be of service, we dedicate the 19110 TROJAN to Dr. M. F. MOOSE, Head of the Department of Physical Sciences. ORDER OF PROGRAM H-I-ip Top Shown HDemocracy In Actionl' IIWQ, the Peoplen "Lest We Forgetu "Human Nature ln Action" Left corner-'LTempo in Swing" at the Bucket. On this page are two Jaycee HCuties." Henry and Tommy in uHalf and Half." Peaches and Howard present ul Want a Di- vorcefl Norma and Evelyn engage in "Town Talkf, The nOzark Play- boysn return to work. Whose N0ne Mauls l7'a1iiily?" "Four Club Men" without cluhe. On the right page is "Just Plain Bill." Then come ':Th1'ee Strings." For the co-eds, college is made 'iof Nlen and Bocvksf, For ch'a.rriali1-sA'Becky and Vir- ginia Be111i-sii,yg'- KfLet's P1'e'te1icl." Oli, liilppyki'5l?liei.'1fESLhnient Timex in the Gxjillf l'li:f3QI'ii5i'l2ib and at the typ ew ri teqi A fggilige 1' i c a n S at Workf' Qipiilgiiilwiiiall reception L Tor M nil 5' :life fG3iIi :Bei-Bfiagi51tif11l" even at a 1'eceptiQ1ifffiajs The gang is on :f'l3fie1f'PvvAi1igl,iQTrailf' IFS MCLITPCXV Pirie? yceers. "Tea Dzix.1i:e3Tig1tieL5f' on Wediies- day. Saliiliriyjhleaig ".l iQj':Girl Alone.'7 liwatch Ygiiui Clint. Anal oif courseg are always ':On Youii '3l,iQilJ.,'j'Zxf Q ' M. l. QQ I q'i'?,el,Ja - 'Q . an no ,. 3.51. .A - , if q.,-!N db' 'Q :llc Gill! vw 1 Hr ' A r.. N , I N 41 X .' nn 5' . n. -. .5 I 1 099' 'f x , .45 - 11 ' 1 I , N Iffill -'. v F V ': fy., X - Y X ,l i .Et I I , lr., 5' I K' T 1 ff. D V I ' ,-A r 1 aww, 'V Ujvwf Ju' 91 fl v H,-J' Nb V -Lil., USN X W if qw Q ff R23 J W' +L Ss- 'R X, -:ffl U4 0,4 ft MQ X! S, 4,1 W Qi- . ,ff Vx,-1 H Aa ' 41- "V I 712 ' E ' QS ' 1? XJ U 'N 1,' if ' 'L N L Y' F ' "J, ff W. ,H HAWK A Aj fri' f-if ' - k' , . ,,.4 .1 W .f QV' 'uJQJ- 'wNi,.f V XLR' KN, X , .1 ,W H v Anya' l ll! K, .Q i kkbls lx Qi AIR i 'mwnl 1. , Af : ,rg 'wif' Y lg ' V1 .flu A1 W '-'ffl' Y' ' Ka N Ji!!! fi R. H V .A , , X ' :f 1 4 . On the..l'e'ft5-gp42ggefl3ea asks, LlWl13t,S Newtilojigtlielji-Aiff? Percy, Ruthie, Drilliilgglahdl' Burley say, "Good-lVIo1'r1ingfgf NeiQlil501i." Lu- cille andf Ze1ft1ig'fQ:1'oye . nlt's a WOIl13H,S ll' f 5 ulust Thereis a "Fel1owshigf2Hbh1-fi' itjffthe gym. Athline is our"'f'Soeiety'gGi1'l.7' Another Hourf' Jaycee is pairbiliof "" 2E6A111C1'lC3H School of thet,.j2fQit'LM2,QfQYSQa11cla runs our 'cTradingQ Plostfgl Q l Q- if Claude siitsgm-gijiffijolitude." Harry and efaljleasure- lime." Then '4l?offChilcl1'en Only," .l oe. V "" J Af fit!-lhisst1QS'Ca.WZ.l?Q9eH:xtitzf'515 25311 "Our .Barilffh 1NeX'tFtiS,fitlieif'Sati11'- day Night Pai1'ty'lQof the Phi Alphs. The Alfalfa chapter of Phi Theta Kappa gets a little L'Food for Thoughtf, Below - Tabby and Elizabeth look 4'Between the Book-Endsf, Hlhis Wonderful World" Hpursuit of Happinessn In the top corner, uBull Sessionf' O11 the left page nine eo-eds go M011 with the Dancea' for the Uni- versity women. Jaycee students learn wllhe Art of Living" in China. Then comes the rest of that Phi Alph uSaturday Night Party." On the right page we see some co-eds who deserve "Three Cheers." Just discussing "This and Thatw . . . Juanita makes the c'Headlines', for eighteen hours of A . . Oh! Wfhe Contented Hour." Miss ' leads "The Smile Bri- y C , gaden . . . 'The Happy Gang" of Joan, Jeannette, and Gerry. Be- low, Jones has a uRendezvous with :RO111ElIlC6.,,l,Tl1C six groups on the lawn and on the ste s know s l Q' .QQ P that "Sp1jingt,13ne4 has come to Jaycee? , Our little,lVIiss,eS.eifentee11 enjoys "lVIelllJw' Mo'n1eii'ts?'1 iunder the trees l'lfllilCgJSllCfidIlQB,111S of Holly- wood. tClaifenceA,a3nd ,Roy decide that it's. fflftlfzsatkalioeugt Time" to study. uliadyl lfendl Eiirf' say Roy, Robert, and Alljertt These two are "F1'Qn1q,the1 'M'usic Shop." "What's My-'Name?', asks the playful 5' 11 ' lv' A -I 'dsx Jimi' uv ,JAX Q 3.4.24 31' VX 4 ' N ,- ' x if1.,,-. 'E 7 .X -N. 5 '. I I K' ., i X f ii u ii X X ij ' ' ii .ffm 1 I -'j in f xi :L 4 X fs: QM?-" A. .i ff' cgi- f -uw, .- .. A I I I I I -i-iwe i"iit Parade Campus Rulers Beauties I May Queen and Maids 8? 1 4 The Peopleis Choice Athline Brannan HE King and Queen of Jaycee were selected by a very democratic election. Any student could nominate a candidate. 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'ff .11 315-,gg .55,,, 5555, , ' ,r :HL .f1Ij.r g-.J 1 ,ff-3-ff ' 'fl-212 w ' w.i1f' H1-.iff ' - -' , Legg., ' g et 5, f , ,r.,, " 'fa 1' xl ,vEf3:Q,fp:.e,, - fl '19 . jf A, 1 f j ng 7,,, WZ' 1 . 1 X 1 ' v K Q ' Zhi A ' Z fxwclf X' CAIiU'l'HEliS ALEXIS NEEL XVOOLFOLK COMMITTEES SOCIAL MARC ELLE XVANA1VIAKER MALCOLNI LOVELL CLARENCE FRENCH MARY VIRGINIA MABREY PAUL JONES NIARIJO PERRY Wg B. RILEY ROY BILI-IEIMER JEAN XVOOLFOLK FRANCES XVILSON ELECTION NIAYNEAL MCCOY CALENDAR DOROTHY BOWERS BUDGET SUNSHINE SADIE JEAN GOODGAME REBECCA MELTON DAN GOLDSMITII A 'RF I WEBB ATI-ILINE BRANNAN IRA S. CORN BERYL SI-IARR ELIZAIIETIQI J ESSUP JACK NOR'I'IuNCrrON JOE SUTTON CAROLYN BUCKLEY MAX GARDNER ALBERT RAYMOND RUSSELL CARROLL JAMES RAINWATER JANET TERRAL HAROLD TIPTON MEMBERS Presklent of Student Body ..,,.... ......5,,.,,,,.....,, .,,..., T 0 M CARUTHEIIS President of Sophomore Classi ,... .,- .5...5,, MALCOLIVI LOVELL Presiclent of Freshman Class. ..... .... . .- ,, 4.......,......... - ..,,,,.. C ..,,.....A W. B. RILEY Sophomore Class, First Semester ,...... .,.,,...,,,....... . JOHN BLUNDELL, SUE DOUGLAS Second Semester M... ..,.,,.,,.., .... ,,. .... . 1 , I N FLANAGAN, MARCELLE WANAMAK1311 Freshman Class, First Semester ,,,,.. ,,,,,...,,,., C LARENCE FRENCH, BETTY GALT Second Semester ,...,A.,A,,,,..... ....., C LARENCE FRENCH, ELIZABETH JESSUP Y. W. C. A. ..A.. ...,A .... - , ..........,,......,,....,.....,,.. PATRICIA NIURPHEY Y. M. C. A. ..,...., ,.... .... . . ..., .............. J A M135 VICTOR International Relations ., ,..,.. ....... J AMES RAINWATILH Phi Theta Kappa .,..... . .... ..C., ....... J E AN WOOLFOLK College Chatter, .,.,. ,.,. - .,..... ,... , CLAUDIA ADAMS Trojan. 7'lmatre Gztilflt .,,., ........v,......,.. H AROLD TIPTON Batllecriers ..C.,.. ,..CC,..,.. .,,.,v , M ARY VIRGINIA NIABREY Science Seminar ....,..,... H- ,,.,,.,.,.... MARGARET SIBLEY lffllliance Francaise .......... GLORIA GRAY Der Deutsche V erein ...,. ...,, ..... D A N GOLDSMITH Trojan Forum ......,,. - ,,,,,,-,,. ,-. ...... HARRY NEWMAN Engin.eer.s, Club ....,C ,,,,,,., ....,, , ,,.......... C HARLES WOLFF Trojan Yearbook ,,,..,,,,..,.,,,,,I,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.., . ...,,.,,.....,. HAL WEBB Home Economics Club, First Semester .....,. ,,.,, B ARBARA SHUFFIELD Second Semester .,,,.,.,.....,....... C ,,.v,,,, , ,,.,,. ......,.., J ANET TERRAL NEWMAN GALT RAINWATER MABREY MURPHEY GOLDSMITII SHUFFIELD TIPTON SIBLEY BLUNDELL l..OVEI..l, ADAMS RILEY DOUGLAS TERRAL FIRST ROW'fCImncIIcr, I3urm'll, McCue. McCoy. Wanuumkrr. Down-II. D. Williamson, Dunn, Wonlfolk, In-ssup. Lnngslon SECOND ROW-Cvigcr, Irby, Smi.I1, Bibb, Tlmrnus, Bisclmf, Slnlz. Rlxmlvs, I-Iulclnisun TI-IIRD ROW--Gnrrvll. Rainey, Mubrcy, Branrmrl, Murphcy, YVilkny, I..l.-mv, Cnsuy, Cuulny FOURTH ROW--Silzlnry, Dulrhs. Rvirl, Wilson, .Iulnus FIFTH ROW-K. Iflolluwzly, K1-x1nL'4Iy', .I. Avilliunxson, Slmrp, Ohluson, Lemon, 'I'n:rruI. Morton. Rukur. III-ivIml'1II. Fllqllu OFFICERS P,-esideng ,,--,,,.,,. -,.--,,,,,,,,-w,vv,, ,I,,I,,, A I IAYNEAL McCoY Vice P1-egiflenp I,,II ,,,,., B 'IARCARET KENNETH' Sggreiary ----------, ,,,,.,, ,,... N A NCY DOWELL Treasw-61' ,,,, CIZRALDINIQ C1VIAN1JL1s11 CABINET MEMBERS R1zB1zccA NIELTON IIISAN AVOOLFOLK BETTY TABB HURST CAROLYN BUCKLICY LILEWELLYN SPRIGG SARAII CA1vlPms1,L NIARCELLE AVANAMAKER JUANITA S'roL.z MEMBERS .IULIA BAKER LUCILLE BATTLE ELLA MAE BIIIB EVELYN BISCI-IOF DOROTHY BOWERS ATHLINE BRANNAN MONNIE CAUBY LILA CHURCH ETIIELYN DABBS ZERMA COLD SADIE JEAN GOODGAME ALICE GROSS BETH HAMMETT KATHLEEN HOLLOWAY xunnrmn HUFI-'MAN JEAN HUTCHISON vmcmm BELLE HYDE .IEANETTE J,-mms mL1zAm2Tx-1 ,mssuv EDITH K1NK1aAn moms Kofax Nomm JEAN 1..m,xn RIARYBETI-I LANGSTON MILDRED LEGGETT ' MARY vmmwm MABREY v1uc1N1,x MADISON MARTHA DEE Macau SARA mcuAvI:N THELMA MIZELL LOUISE MORTON PAT MURPHEY LOUISE NELSON EVELYN OI-ILESON WANDA PUSKA STELLA RANEY JOAN REICI-IARDT MARGUERITE REID V.-XDA-JOE RHODES MARY KATHERINE SAIN SARA FLO SCHAAD KITTY SIIADDOCK CHARLOTTE SI-IEPIIERIJ AIARCARE'l' SIIILEY CAROLINE SIMPSON WINNIE D. SIMPSON IDA MAE SMITII REBA SAIITI-I POLLY STACY NIAXINE STANCIL VERNA MAE 5'l'EI"IIENS JANET 'I'EIIRAI.. MARY LOUISE THOMAS DORIS WILLIAMSON .IUSTYNE WILLIAMSON ISI.IZAIiE'I'I-I WIl.KI'IY MARY WILSON FIRST ROW-HAUN, FLEMING, 1-IAMPEL, BRUCE SECOND ROW-GOI..DSMl'1'l-I, NEWMAN. VICTOR. RAINWATER TIJIRIJ HOW-IllLHISIMEIL RAYMOND, I"RENC'H', CARROLL. HUFSMITI-I. STUART, FEILD FOl.7K'1'H ROW-DEACON. SUTTON OFFICERS President .,,,M, ...A, L .,,,,O..,.. ,....w R O BERT BRUCE Secretary ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. I, ,.4, ..., , . ,....,. ROBERT FEILD Smrlem Council Representative ..Ae L ,A.... ,..... J IMMY VICTOR MEMBERS J. O. ALRRIORT MARK BENNETT ROY BILI1IE1MER ,IOIIN BLUNDELI. ROBERT BRADFORD JACK CARROLL RUSSELL CARROLL TOM CARUTI-IERS HARRY COOKE' CLINT COOPER JACK DEAOON JOI-IN EAKIN T. P. FLEMING B. R. FREASIER CLARENCE FRENCH I-IERSCREL FRIDAY 'ALBERT GANNAVVAY DAN GOLDSMITH DIICTER GRUEN ROBERT HAMPEL CHARLES HAMILTON GENE HAUN GEORGE HUFSMITH PAUL JONES ELMORE LEE CHARLES MOTT ALEXIS NEEL HARRY NEYVBITKN LEGER PARKER JAMES RAINWATER GILBERT RAPP ALBERT RAYMOND PHILIP REICI-1 CLAUDE SPYRIZS JASPER STEWART JOE SUTTON HAL WEBB BILLY YVEBSTER Presiclent A,,...., Vice Presizlent. .... S ecrel ary . ...,. OFFICERS JAMES GEURIN ,MTALBERT RAYMOND .,..A..CAROLYN BUCKLEY Treasu1'e1',-T-... ......,... A .,....,.., A ....K ...,,. M AX GARDNER MEMBERS HARVEY BROWN JOE Goss DOROTHY BOWERS CLEVE HODGES CAROLYN BUCKLEY JOE KEITH ROBERT BRUCE ELSIE LEE JAMES CHERRY MAYNEAT. MCCOY MAX GARDNER THELMA MIZELL KATHRYN GARRETT ALBERT RAYMOND JAMES GEURIN THOMAS RUTLEDGE ZERMA GOLD JOE SUTTON DAN GOLDSNHTH HAL WEEE I 04,40 ,QM-Of5f.4,f.v A 'I 7Ja!'vv-47 1. A K x I -1 FIRST ROW-LEE, GARRETT. GARDNER, GIZURIN. BUCKLEY SECOND ROW-CHERRY, BROWN, HODGES. MIZELL. COLD 'IHIRD ROW-GOSS. RAYMOND. HUFSMITI-I, DEACON. GOLDSMITH, RUTLEDGE. SUTTON, BRUCE, WEBB Presiclent ,,.v.,, Scl:1'ela1'y,,, . ,- Treasurer ,,,,,, PERCY AVANT SARAH CAMPBELL MKJNNIE CAUBY KILENE DAv1Es MARX' Annu: DAVIS ALBERT GANNAVVAY GLORIA GRAY MARGARET CROOMS EVELYN G1-:mER BETH I-IAMMETT B. V HARPER BETTY TAEE HURST JEANNE HuTc1'11s0N E1'.rzAEETu JESSUP OFFICERS . ADELAIDE MULHOLLAND ...---.EVELYN GEIGER ---..MONNIE CAUBY MEMBERS NIARYBETH LANGSTON RUSSELL MATCHETT PRENTISS MIXON ADELAIDE MULHOLLAND SAMIXIIE JEAN NEILL NIARIJO PERRY BETTY PIPER JAMES RAINWATER STELLA RANEY SARA FLO SCHAAD CLAUDE SPYRES WILLDA WIHITESIDE FRANCES YVILSON eh -I Allllllln FYIKST ROW-SCHAAD, WHITESIDE, GROOMS, JOHNSON. G.-XLT, HEMANS SECOND ROW-I-IURST, WILSON, RANEY, LANCSTON Tl-Illill ROW-GICIGER. JIESSUV. CRAY. BRANNAN. MULHOLLAND. CAUBY FOLIRTII I-ROW-PERRY. DAVIS. SPYRES FIRST ROW-?vlcCUY. WAN,-XXIAIQIEIR. IIOWELL. JESSUI' SECOND ROW-BURNlE'l"l'. BR.-XNNAN. llllllI'llIiY, NIAIIHEY THIRD HOW-CHANDLER. CEXCER. RICI-IAIHJSON. HE1CHAliD'I'. BOSLEY, GOOIJGAME, JAMES, President, .,,.,,,,,,,, Vice Presiflenl ,, Secretary ..,, ,..... Treasurer ,,,,, ATHLINE BRANNAN ANNA NIAE BOSLEY CAROLYN BUCKLEY RUTH ANN BURNETT MONNIE CAUBY CERALDINE CHANDLER SARAH CAMPBELL GERALDINE DOBBS EVELYN GEICER NANCY DOWELL SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME MARGARET GRooMs NIARIAN GRIFFITHS CAUBY, I..ANGS'l'ON OFFICERS MEMBERS -..-.A'r1-1L1NE BRANNAN MONNIE CAUEY NIARCELLE WANAMAKER E ,,.,e ,.,e. N ANCY Do WELL J EANE'r'rE JAMES ELIZABETH JESSUP NIARYBETH LANGSTON Mlssv LEE MARY VIRGINIA MABREY MAYNEAL MCCOY CAROLYN IVIONROTUS PAT MURPIIEY MAmJo PERRY JOAN REICI-IARDT ROSE RICHARDSON NIARCELLE WANAMAKER 1. ,,,,,, I I-'IIIST HOW-I'I'I"I'MAN. DAIIIIS, WILLIAMS, STACY. WHITESIDE SECOND IIOW-BRIGGS. KOIIN. WEISIGEH. MIZELL. DOBBS. MADISON 'I'IIIIID ROW-WIiIiS'I'I:IR, ATKINSON, I-II'I"I', CORN, MOTT Presidenb I,.,.,...,., . Vice President .,.... Secretary, .,,...,.,.,, ,, Simian! Council ,,A, CLAIIDIA ADIILIIS XVARREN BIIIIGG JESSIE M. BRIGGS lm COIIN RUSSELL CAIIIIOLI. ETI-IELYN DAIIIIS GEIIALDINE DOBIIS ROBERT FEILD I-IEIIEII FIIEEMIIN SAM I'IITfI' M ILTON HOLCOMBIE OFFICERS MEMBERS ----...-.ToM WILLLIMS CAROLYN WEISIGER ,,--,,-.,,.,POLLY STACY AMES RAINWATER NIARGARET KENNEDY DORIS KOHN VIRGINIA MADISON REBECCA MELTON THELMA MIZELL CHARLES MOTT JACK NORTHINGTON MARY PITT,MAN STELLA RANEY NIARGARET SIBLEY J OE SUTTON BILLY WEBSTER President ,,,,,,.v,,, A,,,- Vice President,,-- ,,.., .- Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,w PERCY AVANT RUTH ARRINGTON NIARY FRANCES BARNES V ERLINE BINNS HARVEY BROWN EULITA CASEY SARAH CAMPBELL JAMES CHERRY LILA CHURCH NIARCELLA DRILLING IVIAX GARDNER ZERMA GOLD OFFICERS MEMBERS NIARY FRANCES BARNES ..........A...AE LILA CHURCH -.E.VJo.AN REICI-IARDT JOE Goss BILL HARPER , CLEVE HODEES NIALCOLM LOVELL RUSSELL MATc1'1E'rT ALRER1' RAYMOND E. C. REED JOAN REICI-IARDT ONAL SALE NIARCARET SIBLEY ITIAL XVEBB - XVILDA XVHITESIDE FIRST IROW-CAMPBELL, DRILLING, BARNES. IIISICH.-XIRDT. CHURCH, SIBIAEY SECOND ROW-GOLD. WEBB, AHHINGTON. HODGES. GARDNER. GAllHE'l"1', WHITESIIJIQ President ..,.. Secretary .,... NIARY FRANCES BARNES C1-IARLES BROIJIE J. E. CAGLE HAIIIIY COOKE ,JOHN EAKIN :HAROLD GRANT OFFICERS MEMBERS W c T. P. FLEMING kb JJ I J ACK HARTLEY JOE BILL HOCOTT GEORGE HUIPSMITH HEIIEERI' KAIIFMAN CHARLES KURTZ -.,.--.,LIN FLANAGAN -LLHCHARLES WOLFF HARRISON MONDY JOHN NEAL I'IARRY NEWMAN GENE NORTHINGTON BILL RATCLIFFE JAMES RUSSELL EARLE SHARP HOKVARD SMITH JOHN THOMAS ROY WVATERS BURLEY WVILSON THOMAS WELCH FIRST IROW--KUKTZ. WILSON. WOLFF. FLANAGAN. JACKMAN SECOND ROW-MARKS. MONDY. HUFSMITH, I-IOCOTT, KAUFMAN THIRD HOW-HAR'l'LEY. COOKE. NEWMAN. GEURIN FOURTH ROW-WELCH. CACLE. SHARP ' 1. BUSINESS STAFF Manager ..,.. Assistants .,... --,-...,A,LBER'r RAYMOND ,...,,JAIvIEs GEUEIN CLEVE HODGES JESSE M. BRIGGS WEBB RAYMOND EDITORIAL STAFF Edimr ...,. ,v,.,,- H AL- WEBB Fcamz-es...-,..,..,.- .... CAHOLYN BUCKLEY Assistant .,,, W .,..-,, ,,..,,..,, M ARY WILSON Pho!0gl'aplzer.,I,,,,. ...,., EDWIN HERRON Arn Edizor ...... ,.., ELSTON LEONARD Assislarzt ,..,...... ...,. P IEBEE FREENIAN Assistant ...,,. ...., , DORIS WILLIAMSON Typisc. .,... ...... E LLA NIAE BIBB 5 I i LEONARD XVILSON ,W Q, HODGES CEURIN , Vw I. f' ' F ry 'PV ' 521' 'f J, .0 If A! 1, iff V' 6 - f' 1 1 I 0 1, :,I,,fp,s-fd' af . J A 1 HERRON BUCKLEY THE COLLEGE CHATTIQRM M I-llf. COLLEGE CHATTIER has had a venerable attainment although it is only eleven years old. Founded in 1928 by three youths who had only their initiative and discarded equipment as material, it has developed from a two-column paper consisting chiefly of jokes and gossip into the present streamlined, seven-column paper, keeping abreast with modern newspaper trends in policy and service. Alert to student needs since its founding, the CI'IA'1"l'ER has been instrumental in bringing about many worthwhile changes. A student executive council with delegated powers, a grounds improve- ment committee, appointment of a subsidiary com- mittee of the Little Rock School Board, to consider Junior College affairs apart from those of the rest of the Little Rock school system, a student loan fund which is now in effect, annual Stunt Night with .receipts to be used for the loan fund, Self Expression Week, spring holidays, and fraternity recognition by the School Board are among the changes made as a result of the C1-IATTER'S sug- gestions or efforts. Recognition has been gained for the CI-IATTER in state and national journalism helds. lt has ranked as state champion for seven years, this honor being given by the Arkansas Collegiate Press Association. individual CHATTER staff members have won FIRST CHATTER many honors for material submitted. National recognition comes from four times being awarded All American rating by the Associated Collegiate Press, an honor granted last year to only two of the twenty-four junior college bi-weekly papers and this year to three. "LETS DISCUSS TI-IE NEWS" FIRST ROWW-DAUBS. COOPER, Sl-IUFFIELD. GRUI-IN President ,,,.,..... Vzce Presulent A,,,...,.., ,,,.A, . ,,.,,,. , ..,.. . S ecremry-treasurer ..,7.. CLINT COOPER FRED COHN ETHELYN DABBS HEBER FREEMAN DAN GOLDSMITH SECOND ROW-FREEMAN. RAPP. PECKHAM F'-':'.':'::: E-'ic-.-.-1:-.xc 5:21322-'Fi :gr -..--Li': 11111- ':-":- Ez:-I: .':"?.T.E. -F3 gi... ,.A. DAN GOLDSMITX-I .DIETER GRUEN ..Y..,,lVIARY BARBARA SHU1f1f11zr,n DIETER GRUEN HARRY NEWMAN GILBERT RAP? PHILIP REICI-I NIARY BARBARA SHUFFIELD Qilug ...B-. Pl'asicle1Il. .. , . Vice PI'CSid6lll ,,.,. Secrel zI1'y-m:a.mrer J IJIIIIA BAICEII JO!-INNIE FRANCES NANCY DOWELL Bm FUQUA ALICE Gnoss I-'jIi5'I' ROW-IRUY, SHARP, FUQUA, WANAMAKER SECOND HOW-HUliNET'1', LEMON, SPRIGG 'FHIIKD ROW-BAKER. MORTON. TERRAL FOURTH HOW-REID, K, HOLLOWAY, LORE, MIIGEE. M.-XBREY BROWN MARY NELI. HANIIIIIETT K,xTI1II.EEN HOLLOWAY ,IEANETTII JAMES JULIA LEMON FRANCES LOIIE OFFICERS MEMBERS 'Tl BERYL SHARP ---,..B.UTH ANN BURNETT ULIA LEE IRBY NIAEY VIRGINIA NIABREY NLIRTHII DEE MCGEE Dom LOUISE MOI-:TON IVIARCUERITE REID CAROLINE SIMPSON WINNIE D. SIMPSON LEWELLYN SPRIGG POLLY STIICY NANCY WATKINS Pres idenz ,..,.,., Vice Presiflelzl AA,,7 Secretary ,.A.., Tl'6ClSZLl'6I'L.. ,.,,,.... Magazine Reporter ...,, DOROTHY BOWERS CAROLYN BUCKLEY SARAH CAMPBELL JAMES CHERRY I-IARRY COOKE MARY ADDIE DAVIS KATHRYN GARRETT EVELYN GEIGER 5 -L.-.: A .arf Q"'2'9"2S e. ., 12 "JA Las. -Y: '51 QII I if 55 in " MEMBERS KATHLEEN HOLLOWAY ELIZABETH JESSUP ELMORE LEE THELMA MIZIELL ADELAIDE MULI-IOLI..AND STELLA RANEY THOMAS RUTLEDGE .LLREBECCA IVIELTON MARGARET KENNEDY . ...w. SHIRLEY GOODGAME ....-..,I?RANCES XVILSON .L I MAYNIQAL MCCOY BARBARA SIIl'I"I"IELD WINNIE D. SIMPSON HOWARD SI'l'I'ZIIIiRC JUANITA STOLZ HAROLD 'I'II"I'0N WILLDA WI-Il'I'IiS!DE JEAN WOOI.l4'Ol,K FIRST ROW-CAMPBELL, JESSUP, MELTON, KENNEDY, WILSON, WOOLFOLK. GOODGAME. WHITESIDE SECOND ROW-GARRE'I"I'. DAVIS. SHUFFIELD. HOLLAXVAY, W. SIMPSON. RU'I'LEDUE THIRD ROW-CHERRY. RANEY. MIZELL. STOLZ, 'I'II"I'ON FOURTH ROW-COOKE. GEIGER. MULIIOLLAND, BUCKLEY ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 'Qtln 'xi' 1, 1 nv ANNUAL PHI Tl-IETA KAPPA HANQUET ALPIIA ALPHA PICNIC FOR INITIATES -QP' X ' V PHI ALPHA BETA , , QS JWJJ ,D oy, if QJWQQI, iw dwg fl my II I 1 QHI ,Tag-kv""' Preszdent--------..-.- FIRST SE1vII-:STER -,..,ToM CARUTHERSUI... SECOND SEMESTER MARK BENNETT Vice President ....,. .,,.. O RD KIMZEY ..... L ,,... -.,..LIN FLANAGAN Secretary ...,....,.. - ...,. ..... H AL WEBB ,.,.,.,.. ,... , ROY BILI-IEI1vIER Histor-iann-, ...... ,,,., T 0M WILLIARIS. ,.,.,.... .,,., C LARENCE FRENCH Treasurer ...,,.,,.,.. .,.,. L IN FLANAGAN ,,-., L ....,,, ,.,.L W . B. RILEY Pledge Master ....,.. .- ..... JAMES CHERRY ..... . ..... TOM CARUTI-IERS MEMBERS MARK BENNETT HARROD BERRY ROY BILHEIMER TOM CARUTHERS CLIXT COOPER IRA CORN ROBERT FEILD LIN FLANAGAN JIM GANNAWAY GORDON JACKMAN ORD KIMZEY ELSTON LEONARD ALEXIS NEEL LEGER PARKER W. B. RILEY JOE SIJ'l"I'0N HARRY TSCHUMI JAMES VICTOR HAL WEBB TOM WILLIAMS JAMES CHERRY ALBERT GANNAWAY CHARLES MOTT P.-XIII.. JONES ' PLEDC-ES BOB BRADFORD ROBERT GORDER GENE NORTHINGTON E. C. REED JAMES COLLINS JOHN THOMAS NEEL JACK NORTHINGTON CLAUDE SPYIIES I CARUTHERS SUTTON FLANAGAN FEILD BILLIEI-MER ,WEBB VICTOR RILEY' , TSCHUMI MOTT IIERIIY 1 .-KRKER CHERRY KIMZEY ' JONES JACKMAN LOOEER FRENCH A. GANNAW.-XY WILLIAMS 5 LEONARD CORN NLLL BENNETT X . 1 I 'Q . K Q ' O .4 N d . X, A X V . 1 , ,, ,f wr - ' E ff If .Qx Ii? .FIX 5 xy IE I V5 1 . x ya I OP . - rx L an jx K U . . X Y X a ff ' 4 X 9, Q . ' f! Q 0 N ' A ,f 5, 'ffx u C K xso" ' f 'E . 4 - fl K X xg , , 42' f T' Presidemg Av,,,A,AAM,A,A, , ,,,,,,. ,.... M ALCOLM LOVELL ul , . . , gk Vu,-e Prcsulent .,,,,. -, ..,. EARL SHARP L' Secretary ,.,. .. ..,... D ...,.. .....,Aw...V .V,... I . E. CAGLE JU Treamrer ,A,M, AA.,, ....., H 0 WARD SPITZBERG Historian , ,,,, D, ,,., , ....,,..... ORVILLE BRINK Sezgearzt-at-a1'111,s ...., .....,4A. J. 0- ALBRIGHT Pledge Masmp ,,M, ,,... A LBERT RAYMOND . MEMBERS .L O. ALURICIIT ESTES COLEMAN JACK HARTLIZY BILL RATCLIFFE TOMMY WALKER JOHN IlLUNDl51I.I,. 'l'. P. FLEMINC CHARLES KURTZ ALBERT RAYMOND HAROLD WEST OHVILLE DRINK BILL FREIZLING ELMORE LEE EARL SHARP JACK DEACON J. E. CAGLE I -XCK BEASLEY FR ED mzl-'R ANCE 1 v , . w Q ROBERT HAMPEL MALCOLM LOVE LL .ff .1 PLEDGES CLIFFORD KOCER MAHLIN POWELL A T DAYTON nu.1,Y PLASTER HOWARD mam 4 N l :Z i 1 I I ' 1 I LOVELL RAYMOND SPITZBERG WEST A ALBRIGHT BLUNDELL KURTZ FREELI NG CAGLE BRINK SHARP FLENIING POWELL DEACON HAMPEL President , ........ Vice President .... ..... - .,., Secretary I A..A,.., LUCILLE BATTLE MARK BENNETT HARROD BERRY ELLA MAE Elan ROY DILHEIMER EVELYN BISCHOF JOHN BLUNDELL ANNA MAE BOSLEY DOROTHY .BOWERS GORDON RRACK WARREN BRACG ATHLINE BRANNAN CAROLYN BUCKLEY RUTH ANN BURNETT .IOI-IN RURROW MARY ELLEN CAMPBELL MONNIE CAUBY GERALDINE CHANDLER FREDERICK COHN CLINT COOPER ETHELYN DABBS MARY ADDIE DAVIS FRED UEERANCE BILLY FREELING HEIIER FREEMAN CLARENCE FRENCH HERSCHEL FRIDAY EVELYN CEIOER SADIE JEANNE COODGAME MARIAN GRIFFITHS CHARLES HADFIELD CHARLES HAMILTON OFFICERS MEMBERS ELIZABETH I-IAMMETT EUCENIA HILTON SAM HITT MILTON I-IOLCOMBE MILDRED HUFFMAN BETTY TABB HIIRST IEANNE I-IUTCHISON VIRGINIA BELLE HYDE JEANETTE JAMES JOHN IERNIGAN ELIZABETI-I JESSUI' .IUANITA JOHNSON ELEANOR JONES DORIS KOHN NORMA .IEANNIZ LAMAR MARYIIETI-I LANCSTON FRANCES ANN LEE MILDRED LEGGETT ELSTON LEONARD .IEANNE LESEM WILLIAM MARKS MARY NELLE MASI-IBUIIN MAYNEAL MCCOY MART!-IA DEE MCGEE PRENTISS MIXON THELMA MIZELL CAROLYN MONROTUS ADELAIDE MULHOLLAND ALEXIS NEEL EVELYN OHLESON LEGER PARKER .....-....,.-HILTON PATE HOWARD SPITZBERG REBECCA MELTON WILLIAM PECKHAM MAIIIJO PERRY MARY PITMAN BILLY NICK PLASTER TOMMIE PLASTER SELMA PORBECK WANDA IIUSKA JOAN REICHARDT VADA-JOE RHODES ROSE RICHARDSON W. B. RILEY HARRY ROBERTS MARY KATI-IERINE SAIN SARA FLO SCIIAAD CHARLO'l"I'E SHEPHERD HARVEY SIMMONS IDA MAE SMITI-I REBA SMI'I'I-I .IUANITA STOLZ LOUIS S'I'ORf'I'I'IZ J,ASI'I'lR STUART DAVID 'I'I-IOMPSON WILLIAM WEBSTER CAROLYN IVEISIGER HELEN WELLS MINNIIE WIECAND .IUSTYNE WILLIAMSON FRANCES LEE WILSON GUY WILSON MARY WILSON VIRGINIA YANCEY SPITZBERG MELTON FATE FIRST ROWf-CAUISY. LANGSTON. JAMES. REICHARDT. WEST, DAVIS, GEIGER, WILSON, SCHAAD SECOND ROW--SAVAGE. CHANDLER, HYDE, BRANNAN, HAMMETT, BUCKLEY, SPITZBERG THIRD NOW--WALKER, MULHOLLAND. FREEMAN, FEILD, SUTTON, PATE, KIMZEY, BRINK OFFICERS l're.sidenz ,,,,,. ,,,,,, ,.... ,,,. .,,.,,,. J OHN BLUNDELL Vice l'reszTden.L. ...,. ,,,,,,.,., S HIRLEY GOODGAME Secretary-Ireasurer .,,. 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CHARLOTTE SHEPHERD -,,-.IVIINNIE WIECAND NIARGARET GROOMS s,,. , MEMBERS SECOND SEMESTER ELIZABETH JESSUP RLXRY ADDIE DAVIS W. B. RILEY CLAUDE SPYRES REE-.Tx SMITH MARY LOUISE ADAIR CLAUDIA LEE ADAMS RUTH L. ARRINGTON ROY BILHEIMER ANNA MAE UOSLEY DOROTHY BOWERS WARREN BRACG ' HELEN BRAZIL HARVEY BROWN VIRGINIA BRUIIIM GERALIJINE CIIANDLER CLIXT COOPER MARY ADDIE DAVIS MARCELLA DRILLING EYELYN GEIGEII DAVID GRAY GLORIA GRAY M.-XRIAX GRIFFITHS MARGAREI' GROOMS ANNIE LOUISE HARRISON EUGENE HAUN GEORGE IIUFSMITII BIi'I"I'Y 'mum HURST JULIA LEE IRRY ELIZARETII mssuv mul. JONES s,xR,xR I:II,lZAIlE'I'I-I KENDRICK FRANCES ANN LEE CLAIRE MEADOWS LEEER PARKER wn,1,1:xM PECKIIAM MRRIJQ PERRY v.fm,x..1oE RHODES Rf. R. RILEY s.'xR,x Em scu.-xfxn U MARC:XRli'I' SHADDOCK CI'I:KRLOT'I'E sr-11-:ERERD uEss1E LEE s1EnEL R.-xRvEY smmows RERA smrru cr,.,umE SPYRES wu,1.n,x WHITESIIJE XIINNIE xv1Ec:ANn IPILIZ.-KIZE'I'IfI WILKEY ll ' 1 The boys watch for "Things to Come" all the Phi Alph roulette wheel. Big, strong 4'Lone Rangerv you've l'1il the nail. Feilcl enlers the 4gVHl'iClj' Show." .layceels politician Loy en- joys tlue German Club's "Tin Pan Alley." Below, WI'ime to Shine" for Stunt Night. ljwqgalgl lo o' K-P, .31Qxl,QQ:2J. WQBKJJQQQIZJ-A. 'l Q' ' ' JJJ sfjvs AU. NA K su H .MII STUNT NIGHT .J -11 At all seasons the tennis courts are popular-either with the players themselves or with interested spectators. Among those who most frequently play are Joe Sutton, Mark Bennett, Joe Goss, Dan Goldsmith, E. C. Reed, Cleve Hodges, Russell Matchett, and thc Ganaway cousins. The girls, too, manage to have their share of the courts. Marga- ret Sibley, Jean Woolfolk, Marcella Drilling, Doris Williamsoli, Mary Frances Barnes, Ruth Arrington, and the Simpson twins are all "fans," i PING-PONG lndeed this has been a banner year for ping-pong, by far the most popular sport at Junior College. This year the number of lubles has been increased and now every one on the campus can join in the spirit of the game. Some outstanding players are James Ceurin, Toni Rutledge, Charles Kurtz, Charles Wold, Willie Marks, Kenneth Kellum, .lee Sutton, Dieter Gruen, Fred Cohn, Harold Freeman, and ,Ioe Goss. The girls are led by Jean Woolfolk, Mrs. Betty ,lane Kendall, Ad Mulholland, Frances Wilson, Simpson twins, Kathleen Holloway, Mary Nell Nlashlaurn, and Margaret Sibley. All enjoy mixed ping-pong. lra Corn is the school champion. -F-bf: . Vi ':Checker Board Timel' represents the many hours devoted by Jaycee students to using that red and black board for both checkers and chess. Vlfhy, J. Gilbert Rapp even carries the board and box of men with him to classes. During the cold days of winter, when quiet prevails in the Grill, you can be sure that a big game is in progress. Jack Hartley, John Jernigan, and Gordon Jackman are always among the best players that Jaycee has to offer. Even the faculty are addicts to the charm of these little 4'men,'7 for Dr. Davis and Dr. Moose are frequently seen engaging in this indoor sport. BASKETBALL l-'lCll.D THE CHAMPIONS Jaycee was represented by two basketball teams this year: one of Phi Alpha Beta Fraternity and one of the physical education class. The Phi Alpha team was the victor in a series of games. As the school representative Phi Alph played two local schools. The Phi Alpha team was composed of Bob Feild, Mark Bennett, Roy Bil- heimer, Tom Caruthers, ,lim Gannaway, W. B. Riley, I oe Sutton, and Ted Stathakis. The physical ed team included Frank Brown, Warren Brown, Fred deFrance, Herschel Friday, Charles Hadlield, Bob Hampel, Jimmy Rainwater, Albert Gannaway, and Howard Spitzberg. wif' X 1' ZF 4 1. . W 'exmfeu 'S -r 'H- E- frE,1 w w , - , - V, .,,f' 'li ,-if . LJ? 1 L ' AA 1 1 4 5 I 'A u L 7 -- . 'j" i.e'A F M 4 '!" ' 'ers Q' 3-RM ,.- r' l e .31 J' A A, 4. ""1"sV9'.:-A - wi , ' .. T M W. 'X -. A 1 rf" wn 'I-U? 'Q 4 'A .PE Wm ---M gm:-Q 1, ' 3 .V pr' , 1 , """' -va, 4 3 'W ur 5, .Rv i -'ggxii ' 4 ig 1 X 'vf 5 ff "la '-in I I I I I I I 1 I Q I m I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Lovncu. OFFIC ERS Sophomore Gloss IPI-miflem, ,,,,,,,,,,o,,, , ...,. ,, .....,, .NIALCOLM LOVELL V ice l'1'eside11,t ......, ,.,. Secretary. , .,,..,, .,A-.--.HowmRD SPITZBERC EAN XVOOLFOLK 1 , Hx 'H 5 ! : NYU 0 L I" 0 L K SSR Em, , ? SPITZBERC IIFFIE SUE Entered '38 bxmniluzc Q Vice ntrc Guild ,HS Anonym Entered Sec rctury tlecricrs '-lU ber '33, U30 Club JOHN TOM Enlcrcd Phi '39 AMES W. Entered School. LIN Phi '39. BARBARA Eutcrcal from Horns W. C. A. '38 nomics Hnmc Self aglxcy Night '38g SOPHOMORES I I I I A ae.. .Qs ,Iwm. ,-... 1 W I l ., lag v,45l'6D A pfg I, ' F17 ' . qi" r fair, YI I I I . , I ! I 'I '-F ' I I I I . .Q- 3 -1 II . IIAKOLIJ 'I'll"l'0N EIIKI-rm-Il frunn L. R. ll. S. Phi '1'l1ctu Kuppn 'flllg lJL'l1:I Psi Ounugu '39-'-l'0g Trojaln Tllr-nlrc Guild '38-'lflz Slugl' Door '3ll: SI:Il' ExIIrIIssiIIII Wuck '39. 'Ilflg Srfuun Sixmrs 'Il'J: Lum! MI' Your Ears '39g Kim! Lady '-10: Sluulr-ul Council '39g Slum Night 'filly Sunsllinf: CIJlIIIIIillI'I- '39. MAIKGAHIE1' LOUISE GICOUMS Enlvrcrl fruln Cllrislinn Collcggu Y. W. C.A. '30g ljutllc-uricrs 159: Clmrus '3U: l.'AlIi:Incf' Francaise 'liflq llvnuly Qlu-vu CIIIIIIIIIIIII: '3U. HAL WEBB Enlvruzl from L. ll. H. S. Plli Alpllu Hem '33-'40, S4-cr!-Inry '39: Iidimr Trojan '39, AssiIIIIIIIt Editor '38: Scicucc Sc-Inimu' '38- '4-Klg Curlnun Clulr '38-'-l05 Gruunals Crmnlxlillcc 'Illig Y.M.C.A. '3Il: Sllllilllll Council 'E50. Vice Prusi- Ilrvul '2l9g Junior Rntalrinn '30. Sllllll.lQY GOUIJGAME Enurrml from L. R. H. S. Dclln Psi Oulu,-zu '39, llund Usher '39g Plli 'l'lII'ln Kzlppu '30, '-10. Suc- rulury '30g Trojun 'I'IIe:Ilr1- Guild 'IMI-'-10: SI-If Exprcssiun WI-uk '39g Niglu Illusz Full '39: Lund Mc Ynul' Ears 'il9: Studnnt Council 'Ilflg Y.W.C.A. '38-'flllg Speech Clmir 'BB-'A10. EULITA CASEY Evllmrrcd from L. ll. H. S. Y. W. C. A. '38-',lI0g Sciunuc' Sumi- n:Ir 'Blk-'IlUg 4.iI:rIII:Iu Club '38. MARY FRANCES BARNES Enlcrvrl from Texas Slim: Collrgl: for XVunIcn. Y. W. C. A. '39g Exlgillvcrs' Clnln '39: Smzic-ucv Ssrulinur '39. Presi- dnnl '30, .UCAN WOOLFOLK liulurml from L. R. H. S. FrmIluIIIIII Introrluclion Couuniltcc 'Blk Y. XV. C. A. '38-'fl-O, Cabinet '38-'vlflg L'AllinIII:c FruIu::Iisc '38: Chorus '38-'1l0g Phi Them Knppn '39-'fl0g Student Council '39, Sec- rulnry '3Ug Chuirlunn Culcullar Cmnulillvc '39: Self Expression Wuuk '391 Stunt Niglll '39, Clmir- mun Concessions '39. MAYNEAI. McCOY linlurt-nl from l.. R. Ill. S. 'l'rcusur1'r Fwsltulnu Clnss '3B: S0- uinl Cunnnitnrr- 'illig Ilnttlccriurs '38-'-IO, Vice l"r4-sinh-nl 'llllg Y. W, C. A. 'llll-'40, Cuhincl Mvxnln-r '3ll. llI'l':lItll'Y1l '3'Jg Smale-nt Council 'IIIIQ Phi Tlluln Knppn '39.'-I0- Iluporlvr fnr Gnlrlun Key of I'l1i Timm Kappa '1l9: Gu-rluun Cluli '39g Arkansas Cnnnnil ol' Stntlu-nt Clirisliun Assuuinlinus 'JWQ Trojan: Forum "3ll. CHARLES WOLFF Entered from L. ll. I-I. S. EIIHIIIQZUFH' Clult 'IIII-'flU: Dmlnlllmy Day Cmnmitlt-rr "IO: Slutlcnl Coun- cil '39. WARREN BHAGC' Student Council '38: Snuiul Com- Illllllfh '33: Cnnncil Pulvliteily Clmirnum '38-'1l0. ADELAIDIG MllI.IIOI.l.AND Enlcrutl from Ml. Sl. Mnry'u Auaulcmy Phi 'l'lu-In Kuppu '39: L'AIliuncc l"rununlNv '38-'1I0, l'ruuirlt:nl 'Il9: Dnltu Pai OIIIUKII '39, S:-urutury 'II9: Speech Clmir '39: Y. W. C. A. 'Elli- '-l0g Stunt Night '30: Muy Duy '39g Lenz! llla: Ynur lfnrx '39g St-lf lixpn-union We-4-k WJ: 'Vrnjun Thu- utrc Cuilll '33-'-lfl. BURLEY WILSON Entered from N. L. ll. Il. S. NANCY DOWELI. Entert-tl from L.R.l'l. S. Trnjun 'l'llczurt- Guiltl 'BH-'-10: Nunn: Economics Club '38-'fl0: Y. W. C. A. '38-'40, clllIII'lCI '38, Suernlnry '393 Bnlllucrit-rs '38-'-lil. 'Frcusurcr '39, ' CLA U DIA LEE ADA MS Entrrrv,-il lrmu L. R. II. S. Y. W. C. A. '39-'-l0g lnlcruatiunul llclntinns 'SEM Chatter Stull' '39: Gu.-:cnc C0l'l'l!.WpIHll,ll2Ill 'Il9g Chorus 'Zl9g Sluclvnt Cunnuil '39g Publicity Committee '30: Self Expression YV:-ck '39g Smut Night '39: Ilnullly Conhrslunl '-I-U. SOPHOMORES l Entered from L -Lllmnce Fr tan Theatre Cmtr 58 I Chorus IO Plu Q-XR-X FLO SC Fntucd from peecll Choi Iuml Lady I0 Trojan cenh Clw Llrtx 31 WILLIAN En tr-ru Lngmc R czusc 38 40 Tro- utt Speech rnauonal Relations Y W C A '38- Ix pu 9 8 4-D Chorus Q Y W C A - atre Guild 38-'1 3 ontcst Meet 'tt Hen- 37 10 Secretary JAMES RA XTER Entered L ilhun nnc national Council MARGARET SI ' Entcrcrl fro International '. C. A. nur 33- 40 - HO Y KVA 8 40 Inter- 1-0 Student A 9 tions 38- 0: . Science Scmi- - cnt Council '39. Entered - . L. . MARCELLE WAt Entered from Bzittleeriers '3 Y. W. C. A. ' ' Trojan Thanh' Sisters '39g Queen Maid ' nnniics Clul Committee ' ' Self Expres - Speech F Council '40 " KER . S. Secretary '39: Cabinet '391 ild '38: Steven sion '39: May 'U Home Eco- g Stunt Night :leech Choi '38: eck '39 State l '39g tdenl STELLA RANEY . L. . H. S. 5' A '11 'asf' 1 ' " 9 ' - '33g . ' -: . . . . '- 5 ' Tlx '1 '3 . -. . D . 1' .H. S. L'Alliuncc - uncuisc '38-'ll-Og S ' -' Q '39 " ' 5 . . . . '38 4 ' - ' ' to Sp ' . , 4. . .. S . - m . H. S. ' ' .' Cl i -'- , ' '3S. - L. ' . ', . i n ., K- 3 ' ' i . '3 . H S ' 'fl Y W '3 l HARRISON MONDY Enlcrcrl from Pucnhoulus High School DAN GOLDSMITII Enlvruzl from K1-nnctt, Missouri. High School Trojan Forum 'IIB-'-I-0. Vim: Presi- dent '38, l'r1:si4lnnt '39g Gnrxuuu Club '38-'-105 Slmlnnt Council '39: Y. M. C. A. '39q I'linl0grnplxy Club 'flflg Iulnrnulinnnl Rululions '3Lig Science Seminar '2S8. MUNNIE CHRISTINE CAUBY lintcrml from L. R. I-I. S. Bxilllfrcricrs '38-'40, Sn-urnlury '39: I..'AIlinnu4: Frnuunim: '38-'40, Trrru- survr '39g Science Seminar '38g Trujnn TIlUilll'L' Guild '38-'1I0gDclln Psi Oincgu 'flU. THOMAS I'. FLIQMINC. .lli. Enlnrr-nl from I.. li. H. S. Dcltu Kappa '30. MAIIGUICRITE VANDEVER REID Enlnrvrl from I.. Ii. H. S. Y. W. C. A. '38-'-lllg Chorus '38: I-lmnu Economics Cluh '38-'flllg Stun: Home Ecmlnnxics Cnuvculiou '3B: District Homv Economics Cou- vnuliou '39g Scif Exprcssiou Week Bnnnucl '39. KATHIIYN GAllIlli'l'T Euuvrml from N. L. R. II. S. Scicncv Scminur '38-'-IO: Gorman Ciulr '38-510. Prograun Clluirlnnu 249. , . 1. N fi. ffy R v A rim! -QV -P9 'X is K g Vs . Jr' X 71 R f-T' yin -X51 .JX PX xv fi?Jr,kfa111f,f" Q.. :N L 'rlcrusl from L. R. U! ,J Y.-M. A-. '33, XJ W, - f 'X -' I J ,. A fy, nw BERYL SHARP Enu-rcml from L. ll. Il. S. Home lin-unlnnics Cluln '38-'10, lllflfinllllllll '39. ATl'll.lNE UHANNAN Ellurrlul from L. ll. ll. S. l.'Allinlu:4: Frulmuim- '38-'-l-U: lla!- llvlzrim-rs '38-'-10. Prusillunl '39: Slll- llnnl Council '39g Trojan 'l'Im:ure Guilrl '38-"l0: Du-lla Psi 0n1upu'3U: The Glmxt l"li1-x Soull: '38g Chorus '3iX: Iixf:ur.viuu '30g Self Expres- sinn Wunk '30: Y. W. C. A. '3ll- '-IO: Sfrciul Cmuluillfm '3lJg Science Scxniuur 'llllz Spa-sch Choir '38-'-IO: Culnpus Quvurl '3l.l-'llllg Hvnuty Cnnrllnluln: '39g Sinn: Sprl-all Festi- val 'iilig Muy Day '39g Stunt I Night '31, ,IOSEl'll OSCAR Al.llRlGl-l'1', JR. liuuerml from L. R. Il. S. Di-lm Kuppn '38-'-lllg Clinlnrl Cmn- nnilhrm: '3Ug Y. M. C. A. '39-'-l0. ELLA MAE BIHB llnlercll frmn L. ll. H. S. Trojan Stull' '39: Y. W. C. A. '38- "l0. Trnjnn 'l'ln-:ure Cuihl '38-'-10. Spun-:lu Choir '33-'1l0. HOWARD Sl"I'I'ZllEllG linlcrf-nl l'l'0lll L. ll.ll.S. Dwlln Psi Olnrrgn YW: Phi Tllftlu Knppn '-105 Delux Kuppn '39. Trvzi- Surrr '3'7: Vim- l'n-sillunl Sopho- uxnru Chuan: D4-lum' '39g Lvnrl .Uv Ymu Ears '3'J: Kfml Lrnly '-lflg Trujun lllllvillflf Guild '30, Vim' Prcslduul 'fl0g Excursion '39. Wll.l.DA l.VHl'l'li5lDli Elin-rod from L. ll. I-Y. S. Sell' Expression Wu:-k 'I-lflg Chnrus '39g L'AIliuuce Fruzuzuisc '39g Sui- encu Sunuinnr '39g lnlcrumimml llcelutious '3Ug l'hi Tlmtn Kappa: -IU. AUDIHSY SlESSl0NS Enlcrurll from L. ll. ll. S. l SOPHOMORES REBECCA MELT I Phi Thcla Knpp 39, '10 Presiflcnl 39 Troym Th trc Guild 38-'40, Secretary 39 elm Psi Omega 39 Cununeru Cluh 38 Y. W. A 38 40 1 hmct 39 Interna- uonul Rchho 38 I0 Ercursinn 39 Chorua A wily Commit- tee '38 ALBERT M. N Enlcrcd from Dellu Kappa 39 Scluluc C A German Club ment 59 Trojan. 39 Nolmnu ROBERT V HS l-0 Pledgcnmslcr r 38 05 Y. dent Counul '38g L0 Vice Presi- iess Muna er of ecllon Committee Committee 39. Transle i i 1 - um Tczuzhcrs College MARY NELL Enlercsl fr Y. W. C. A sion Wen G i d 3 '39 lvcel 38 40 ERMA ' 'RALDI Entered from Imcmnmionnl ' criers '39' 1 Self Exprcssir - Candirlnlc " Beauty Con! IMETT f Expres- Theatre sl Omega cech Choir estual '39. . OBBS 1 ' 38' Battle- . . 389407 cck 39' Bcnuty Second in DORIS WI . J Trzulsfcrr i Trojan . ACK DEACON Entered from C Y. M. C. A. '3 '38-'11-0. Plcrlg Pong Tcnm '3 uary 1651: '3 1 i i c High School Della Knppa Ler '39: Ping .f Night of Jan- . rk Tower '38. Enicrccl from N .R.H. S. y 5 -I Vx 5 , '- 2 K -S xl - . CAA D y 3 7 - 1 gi 1- , K, , , --L: ' y " - D '. q '- ' L" inix ' -'4 M. . .'39: - -' l " : Y .. V ' g 392 ' . ro 4- .R.H. -'-10: " ' 93 T 1 ul ' . f D ' .I f. . , .Y I S 115 ' , v C A ' -zn, ' . MA RY A Entered Chorus cuise '39g Stunt D KYIS L. R. H. S. 'Mliuncc Fram- Week cl SOPHOMORES zllrc GLORIA Emcrcd lllilfl liarwe A. '38- '38-404 '39, Trojan Della Psi Om '03 R. H. S. C ilrl '38 Chxir 38- 403 Y. W. C. Rc la tion 5 ,38-'11 ll LOV ELI. RHS NDLER R. H. S. '39g German '38-,UL I9 Bo. Your Guild TOM Enlcrnd BETTY . Entered R. H. S. Alpha Bum '33- I C ' '38-'-l0g Y. Night 'SQL Phi Them iv ,Q J.-- Q f ilvr Q- ix HILTON l'A'l'E Enlvrull from L. ll. H. S. Trojan 'l'hvaIrre Guihl '33-'-10. Presi- mluut 'Il9: Y. M, C. A. 'Silly Cmn- mnmial Cluh '3Bg Sc-If Expr:-exsinn Week 'HIL '-1-U: Delta Psi Omega '39g Stunt Night '37g Ping Pong Dmllnlus Champion '37g Slam' Door '3ll: Seven Slkters '39: Exrrurxiun '39g Lclul Mfr Yuur Ears '39: Kinrl Lufly 'flflz B0y's Acting Award '39g Oulaillc linturluimucul Com- millm: '3fl. SAMMIIC JEAN NEILL Enhrrm-ll frum L. ll. H. L'Allianc1: lfrunutaisu- 'SHI-'IOQ Spvcch Choir 'Slip Y. W. C. A. 'BBQ Trojan 'l'hf-alru Guild '3H. KATI-ILEEN IIOLLOWAY Eulurvrl from L. R. H. Iinmu licunuluics Cluh '33-'-10: Y. W. A. '38-'-10: Smut Night '39g Tennis 'Zl9g Phi Tllcm Kappa '39. JAMES CIIERRY Emuruxl from Cculrul High School, Memphis, Trrun. Phi Alpha Bela '38-'-IU: Phi 'l'hcla Kappa 'lilly German Club '38-'llllg Sciullcc Seminar '38-'l0. MARCIELLA DRILLING Entered from Sucrml Hcnrl High School, Murrilmu, Ark. Y. W. C. A. '38-510: Trojan The-- uln: Guild '38g Chorus '38-'1l0g Science Scminur '38-'-10. f 'CAROLINE SIMPSON xx Erllcrurl from L. R. H. S. K, Home Euonmnius Cluh '38-'Mig' Y. iw W. C. A. '38-510: Slant Night xk '33, '30g Tvmlis 38-'4l0. ' JOE SUTTON Enlvrcd from Catholic High School Phi Alpha Bela: Della Psi Omega 'EI9g 'Pmjan Thi-utrc Gnihl '381 Self Exprcssiun Wm-uk '39g Y. M. C. A. '38-'illlg Intcrnulionul Rela- Iions Cluh '39g Inlra-Mural Bas- 53 lf kvlhull Chamlps '39-'-105 Exr:lu'smlz NR '39g C1-rluam Cluh '39. ix I X- 453- Ik ' Q llhilx MEM xiri . 4 iilvah ii EW MARY LUUISIE TIIUMAS ICn'1-ra-nl front I... II. II. S. Y. W. C. A. '38-'-IU: Trnjun Thu' ntrv Guihl '38g Tin: Chris: Flip.: Sunil: '38: Excursion '39g Sp:-I-rel: Choir '3I'i: Slut-null Cnnlt-st Mr-ct '3'7: Svlf Exprvf-xsiou WL-ck '39. EUAL BOYLES 'I'r:ttlsft:rr1-tl frum Univursity uf Arknnsus VIRGINIA BIELLIC HYDE liutcrcml from L. II. ll. S. Y.W. C.A. '33-'flllg Trujun Thcf um' Guilcl '38-'1I0g lllullu l'si Oumgu '39g Slvuuch Choir 'HII-'-I0g Self Exprussinn Wcvk '39g Tluf Cllusz Flies South 'filly Excursion '39g Lunrl Mc Your Ears '39. IIA HOLD -'REE 'IAN 2 Iiul a-l'r-m I ft wnxn .. II. . . I 5,5,FO IO-CQELO IIQCO IW INSHGE' POLLY STACY Eulurcrl from L. II. II. S. Intcrnntionnl Ilulutimm '31-I-'flU. Suc- rutury '39: I-Iunm lE1r:um'rmin:s Club '38-'fI.0g Y. W. C. A. '38-'4U: May Duy '3'l: Dnunghcy Day '39g St-If Exprussiun Wvek '39: Stunt Night '39, .1015 .I. CUSS Enlvn-al lrnm N. I.. II. l-I. S. OIIVILLIG IIIIINK Entvmtl from L. II. H. S. IJcItn Knppu 'IIB-'1IIl. Hiriiuriun 'Iwi l'lnotugru1rhy Club 'fitiz Intc-rmt'- tional Rulutiolls 'IIIIQ Dultn Psi Ont:-gn '39Q l.rfnrI Ml' Your Ears '39g Trojan 'I'ht-nlrc Cuilnl '38-540. SOPHOMORES .T 0.-KN En tcrml from Quccu bcicncc Baitlccric S V103 Kim! Omega '40. Trojan Y CAROLYN Entered from Delta Psi ' ilc I atrc Gu '38-'-10g IVl?5UfI'l'1 Y. W. C .. 1. 0. so 4 , '3o- r JOHN E. Eu Lcrctl Dc-Im '39g ing '38, . ' ' r- .flcting '38g 16 '38g Tlm Seven Ears '39: RUSSELL Entered M.-XI Entrrrcrl from School Home A. Them dent '39. H. S. '38-'40g May Queen '40y H. S. 40g Trojan The- Spccch Choir Author '4l'lg '33-'40- '-10. Samh- Dclegatc '39g -109 , Clmlzer Stall' Night C0-chairman M dent '38-'LIU' F Council '39g 1 Delta Kappa fi '40g Sc-If Direct- -'W Ya ur " High '38-'-IO: Inf 'HI-0: Y. W. President '39g '39, Vice Presi- MARK Enicrctl C I u It JISANETTE .I Entered from Y. W. C. A. '39g Trojun Delta Psi Choir prcssinrt Banquet '-1.03 Home May Day marc Class Sllvcl' Seminar Club W! ' HAROLD TIPTOX Elllllfull from L. R. H. S. Trnjun Tlu-urn: Guild '38-'4lJ: Delta Psi Olucga '39g Slugf Dnnr 383 I Sull' Exvxwssiuxl W1-uk '39, '-110: l Sn-uffn Sixturs '39: Lum! ,Un Your Hum '3Ug Kim! Lrnly '-IO: Sluslcuz Cnuunil '39: Sluul Niglu 'SEQ Sunshino Cuxuuxitlcu '39g l'lli 'l'h1'lu Kappa '40, HAROLD C. WEST Elxlvrml from L. ll. ll. S. Dcllal Kuppu '39. '-IU: Trujuu Tin-- utn' Guild '39: Slugu lhmr '33: Seven Simem '30: lfxrursiuu '3'J: Lvnrl Mr Yulu' Ears '3U. !' f Wx i T ll -I - from Tulum: FRANCES LONE Izllla-rm-nl from I.. ll. H. 5. Hmuc Economics Club '38-'-lil: Y. W. C. A. '33-'-IU: Slum- Home Eczmmnlius Cuuvrrulirm '3'J: Su-lf Exprvusiurl Wm-k '39g Douzlglwy Dny Llmchvnu '39g Sluul Night 'IHL .Il'i5Slli MUCLINTUCK BRIGGS liulrrc-nl frmu Vunullulv High School. Yuumlulu, Ark. Iuturuulirxunl llclzltimls '384'lf1: 'l'rujuu Stull' '38. '30, KIHAlfl.,liS KURTZ Enn-red from I.. R. H. S. Scivucv Sc-luiuur'3R-"IO: Eugilnffrl Clul: '39: Dr-llu Kappa: 'BH-'-KU. ON.-KL SALE VERNA MAE S'l'El'HliNS JASPIEIR S'I'UAll'I' JOHN THOMAS 'THOMAS WALK!-ill 1 .' ' I x IN A 4, , . , A ' f 'A W , , ' '. . 1 . . 2 I ,. A w ' af :J , , fp-iff Mft ,Q U rY,f .ff W fi! 1 A H E Q V M1 2 V fl Wx Q! ' .f X 5 f .f W ' , JW D8 J WI fu .1 J T IJ! K I M I f . 'Qi XIX?-V gf, ljjfyy ' ' -JJ lj in l fy 19' X V . . 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DORIS KOIIN MARY NEI.I.I'I MASIIIILIIIN HARVEY SIMMONS PATRICIA MlIIII'IIliY ALEXIS NEEL JULIA LEMON IIEBA DELIS IRA CORN HOSE RICHARDSON Ii'I'HIiLYN DAIIIIS CWIZNDOLYN DOAN ELSTON LEONARD IIAIIRY COOKE .IOI-IN .IICIINIGAX MARIJO PERRY E.-KIEL SIIARI' ELEANOII JONES ALICI5 CROSS fZI,AIII?I'I SPYIIES gif! IIICLIEN Momxu 31? J0 CLAIRE ,ums'moNm: 1' ' 1 - R?" 1. CI N? Il Iluvrlmyl I'RIf'G JJ MAnoAu1a'1' .normsux .4 "-'J' 'A '.' wf A I , 5, 4: .'-It-.-+A ' . -wi' -ZF... 4 . .- :' l ,- , f'-- 1 lf ' QL' " I-1.'1,f::'1f ' uiggivr' . ', 515 I -1 5 I A A 'R .,f- 2' 1 ,,': U1 g f':-.QW P ty. ' X .. I ff 5 "f.- "' ' S-'I QF. . 1 v -. -f s. QL-- Wff I 5 WI ' wjiqf iff I MARY LOUISE ADAIR JACK ATKINSON HELEN LOUISE BRAZIL CHARLES BRODIE HARVEY BROWN DONALD BROSSEAU WARREN BROWN ALICE BRUCE WAYNE BURTON J. E. CAGLE FRANK CARRUTH FRED COI-IN LOYD DIXON JOHN EAKIN CLARENCE EADEN BARNEY FREASIER I-IERSCHEL FRIDAY VIRGINIA GALE WILLIAM GORDON CHADDIE GRAY HAROLD I-IAMMONS JACK I-IARTLEY I I 1 i i -Qbf la - M OTHER FRESHIVIEN SAM HITT JOE BILL HOCOTT WILBUR JEFFRIES JOHN JOE KEITH EDITH KINKEAD JEANNE LESEM WILLIAM M4:ALLISTER SARA McRAVEN DOROTHY MATTI-IEWS PRENTISS MIXON MARY FRANCES MORGAN LOUISE MORTON JOHN THOMAS NEAL WILBUR NEWTON JACK OWEN MARLIN POWELL CHARLES RICHARDS HARRY ROBERTS GLEN ROGERS I-IORTENSE RUDOLPH JAMES RUSSELL gifn40V Kf5,,,4,fz, CHARLES SALE CHARLES SCHNEIDER HOWARD SMITH BETTY SUE 'I'HA'I'CIII:IR JEANNE THATCHISR DAVID TI-IOMI-'SON VERNON THOMPSON JANE LEE TUCKER WILBUR VERNON WILLIAM WAGGONER MARY ATHALEE WALROD SETH WARD WILLIAM WEBSTER WILLIAM WELCH WAYNE WENTWORTII LEROY ADAMS HENRY BELL GORDON BRACK FRANK BROWN VIRGINIA HRUMM- GEORGE CAMI'BEI?LLJ JAMES coLLl5Sff' 1,-1' I .1 , ' I ,Jw-I ' I , 5 - ,pb 'Q Afffft' I MAX GARDNER SARAH CAMPBELL TED S'I'A'I'I-IAKIS EDWIN HISRRON EVELYN OHLESON JIM GANNAWAY THOMAS R UTLEDGE GILBERT RA PI' ELIZAIIETII JESSUI' MQRAVEN RUTH ANN BURNE'l"I' HU BERT BU RK HALTER ROLFE comsm nussus CUNNINGIIAM FRED nE1-'rmmcrz nourzm' Gorman HAROLD czlnwr IMQRNARD GRAY ALENE HELEN I-IAMILTON IIERNICE HARDEN JAMES RUSSELL HOLLIMAN BE'I"I'Y I-IOLLOWAY I-IENRY LICECH BISATRICE Mmrrox MARY LOUISE NELSON GENE NOR'I'I-IINGTON JACK Nowrx-MNGTON 'roMMY m.,xs'rEn uowmw mm: MALCOLM SMITH ,M cHrus'r1N1s s1'ATHAKI Ij Louis STORTI-IZ 92?-h 'noumm' xvoomfm get , RICHMOND WOLLSTEIN Q 23" . I -.. . fguu. . "IZ, Y' UQ.- ' , '.'-My '.'f.. . ' 4.-,jp-. . -55. -mxayjia Li. , ...L Q, - .r jk. . . . 3- ' 'J X.-, - ff ""- -- -I I '- "I . ,-.-. . . . A fl I X "uw 31.-.-'f.. 'I .xp e '- . N '4 . 4: . v- .5 . .. ., .fa wi I, xr: " 4 r. ."'-eS",.Zy3r:.: f1 :",I4':ii- .V F' ,f '-..' - I - - -L-'. :.':.-.' I "'- ' : ' I-- l-,- ight .- A N I ' ,rp QQ , 7 - 3-r-3.-,-5 1 T1 .1 . ,MQ - :., .um 5 ,vs . .XSEU xx I -f 17- V 5' ,f - ,L 414: A lsndglzx L. W R P 1 E 1 1 W w 'w 1 X, W 1 1 ' w N I B N E N x w ' l N N V 1 L 4 . -H- A-M A- ?-. ,..-.-,, .. ,M CHARLES L THOMPSON ALFRED KAHN LEO PFEIFER G. DEMATI HI XDERSOEN DH FR ANR VINSONHALER J. F. LOUGHBOROUGH FRED W. ALLSOPP JOHN IIPKINY The Donaghey Foundation HE Donaghey Foundation, formed by the late George W. Dona- ghey and Mrs. Donaghey, is in a large part responsible for the past success and the future promise of the Little Rock Junior College. ln the summer of l929 the Little llock Junior College was the recipient of a great endowment. Two of Little Rock's finest struc- tures, the Donaghey Building and the Federal Bank Building, both at corners of Seventh and Main Streets, with a value at approxi- mately two million dollars, became the property of the College. These buildings were placed in a trust administered by a board of trustees composed of the following: C. DeMatt l'lenclerson, presi- dentg ,lohn Pipkin, secretaryg Fred W. Allsopp, Alfred Kahn, J. F. Loughborough, Leo Pfeifer, Charles L. Thompson, and Dr. Frank Vinsonhaler. An additional gift of one hundred thousand dollars was made when Main Street property near Eighth and another piece near Markham were deeded to the College in 1937. A portion of the income from the endowment has made possible certain improvements in equipment and buildings, as well as en- abling the College to participate in the College Cooperative Study being conducted by the American Council of Education. ff 't s l . ,',- - , C559 Junior College Today and Tomorrow li. Q. BROTHERS. DEAN J. A, LARSON, PRESIDENT l-IE junior college has had the most phenomenal growth of any type of institution of higher education in the history of our country. Forty years ago there were less than a score of these colleges in the United States. There are today 575 junior colleges staH'ed by 12,500 instructors with a student enrollment of nearly 200,000. Approximately 130,000 of these students are attending municipal or district-controlled-public junior colleges of the general type of our own. Several extensive studies of pupils' attendance in public junior colleges have emphasized the fact that tifty per cent of students enrolled could not have continued their education beyond the high school had it not been for the local institution. . Some of the reasons given by students for their attendance in local junior colleges are: l. A larger per cent of junior college students can participate in student affairs that provide an opportunity for the development of leadership than can lower classmen in senior colleges and universities. 2. lt is more economical, because it is cheaper to live at home than to pay board and room. Also, many young people have part-time employment in the home community, a fact which makes it possible for them to earn part or all of their college expenses. 3. lt is easier for a student to make his social and educational adjustment in a junior college than it. would be in a larger senior college or a university. 4. There is a closer fellowship between student-and-student and student-and-faculty because the smaller student body permits of personal acquaintance with a large ,per .cent of the group. 5. lt is possible for young people to remain at home and with friends for an additional two years. The contribution these young people can make to the social, moral, and intellectual lifc of the community is inestimable. Some of the far-sighted leaders in the junior college movement have indicated that if this type institution is to meet the educational needs of our youth of tomorrow, it must not only do better the work it is now doing, but must recognize that it has a much more comprehensive Held of activity than is now being carried on by most junior colleges. Briefly, these activities should include the following fields: ' l. The junior college must recognize that its scope is to include the need of the entire youth population which has completed a high school course. 2. There should be definite cooperation and coordination between the formal class-room training and business, industry, and the professions. 3. Each state should have a system of junior colleges as a part of the publicly supported educational program. iii. The junior college should be the cultural center of the community. 5. Each junior college should st.udy its own problems in the light of national studies and organize its curricula to meet the particular needs of the local community. 6. Emphasis should be placed on student personnel and guidanceg for this is the period in the life of a student that a final decision of his life's work is usually made. 7. One of the most important problems for the junior college to solve is that of offering suitable types of terminal or semi-professional courses for students who can spend but one or two years in college. These are a few of the problems that are peculiar to the junior college. They must be faced honestly and squarely if the junior college is to become an effective unit of our educational system. You, as thinking junior college students today, and intelligent laymen of tomorrow can make a very definite contribution toward the solution of these problems. E. Q. BROTHERS, DEAN. "PROFESSOR QUIZ" I lmvls ADAMS ,rays l.ONc:s'1'n12'1'H GREEK " T, ,fd GRANVILLE Dixvls 9,5--LV History AB., University of Arkansasg A.M. Ph.D.. University of Illinois. CLARINE LONGs'rRE'r1-I Registrar A.B., Centre Collegeg A.M., University Of Kentucky. JOHN L. ADAMS Ilfnsic A.B., University of Arlcansasg A.lVI. Louisiana State University. VARA l'lARDCASTLE GREENE Librarian B.A.. Henderson State Teachers Collegeg B.S., Louisiana State University. PAPE MOOSE IRBY STAHLIQOPF .W MARY ELIZABETH PAPE I Biological Sciences Ohio State Universityg AB., Marietta Collegeg' A.M., Columbia Universityg Graduate Work, Columbia University. GUY BRADEN IRBY Engineering and Drazving B.M.E., University of Arkansas. M. FOSTER MOOSE Physical Sciences 7 7 B.S., State Teachers at lVlemphisg A.lVI. and Ph.D., Columbia University. ELMER STAHLKOPF Business and Economics A.B. and A.M.. University of Wisconsin. I ' "DOCTOR I. Q." 5' l.ONGS'I'ItIC'I'll l'O'l"1'liR IIEMANS BROWN Al viN E. LONCS'I'Rl5'l'I-1 .dthlelic Director and Laboratory llIfSll'ILCfUl' A.B., Centre Collegeg Graduate Work, University of Kentuckyg Special Vifork, University of Arkansas Medical School. MA 11 A :M rf: 'Frou lzNcg:is H lam ANS l"re1zch. Lived and studied nine years in France and Belgium, took work under leading professors in Louvain. University, studied for several years under private instruct- ors in Paris, studied and resided eight years in Breslau, Germany. DOROT1-lv lJ0'l'TER Home Economics BS., Middle Tennessee State Teachers Collegeg A.M., Peabody College. GLADYS KUNZ BROWN Eriglish A,.B. and A.M., University of Arkansasg Graduate Work. University of Chicago and Columbia University. HUNTER KEND Xl L CHASE A'l'KINC-OV JOSEPH B. HUNTER Bible A.B.. Transylvania Collegeg A.M., Van derbilt Universityg B.D., Yale University LULA B. CHASE Psychology and Philosophy A.B., University of Michigang A.M. Teachers' College, Columbia' Universityg Graduate Work, Teachers, College, Co luinbia University. BETTY JANE KENDALL C0m.1n.ercial Courses AB., University of Arkansas. H. ATKINSON H istory and Economics A.B., University of Arkansasg A.M., Uni versity of Chicago. I W' s J-1 THE "BRIGHT IDEA" CLUB l ' BROTHERS FREUND HALL L.iRsox HOELTZEL MARTIN MnDERMOTT YARNEILL E. Q. BROTHERS HELEN HALT. Dean. Journalism AB., Southwestern Collegeg BS., Kansas State Teachers College, A.M., Leland Stanford Universityg Graduate WO1'k, University of Colorado, Teachers College Columbia, and University of New York City. PAULINE HOELTZELG English and German A.B., University of Arkansasg A.lVI., Uni- versity of Wisconsing Graduate Wo1'k, University of Wisconsin. BJ., University of Missourig A.M., Uni- versity of Missouri. DELL PARK MCDERMOTT Drarnalics A.B. and Expression Diploma, Galloway Collegeg Teacher's Certificate, American Academy of Dramatic Artg Graduate Work in Dramaties at Universities of Iowa and California, Columbia, and Northwestern. H. Louis FREUND J. A. Lixasow A,-5 Presulent Pupil of Ankeneyg Missouri University, St. Louis School Fine Artsg Washington Universityg Colarassi Academy, Parisg European Galleriesg Assistant to Cran- A.B., Kansas State Teachers College, A.lVI., University of Chicagog Graduate WOl'k, University of Chicago. dall, UlUSUHlO1', New Y0l'k- DOROTHY Arwoou Y-ARNELL English BLfLNcH1-: MARTIN Assistant Dean and Mathematics A.B. and A.lVI., Vassarg Graduate Work University of Chicago. A.B., Galloway Women's Collegeg A.M., Columbia Universilyg Graduate Vifork. University of Chicago and Columbia University. The Geo. .Donaghe Foundation FTW .W-ff-f" Q 5 I , QE 2551 ., 7.3. 5 '. .fl 5 ' an , '. a -, EQ -fs' , ,- A. u r " ' 1. -2? A ' Y- ' , " A"" in'.1:3'?3.. ,1 A, :QAM , 1-gf. 21:4 1-wr, ,f N A- -i'.:iw33El5?.15 ' Q, A A N4 1. -my . V A ,Q I I, H , ' -"rv:-"N-' A'.. ' ' . ' f 'fw wa: .F-.kv5'!e4'?' - rr- fr ' -, . A .- , - A Muff.-,A . M--.A 4 W. A A, ' : wx A . - . .4 A-1 - .rr-M ,A , A---.r .H-A sf-.4 2 l - 1101. 3 iw, A -- .-,jxi:Lf3fz,,,a.,'-'ve 3. 5. ,U v VA: jk - . j--r -LQ: 11 ,p ,, 1' S f fi I NW vi Q I f J 6 6 r 2 ""'E.",E"3:j" far '-"' Ad1'I1lI11Sl12lf,10l1 Bunldm Lltlle Rock Jumor Collefre Donors GOVERNOR and MRO GEORC E W DOBAGHEY F. W. A1,r..som Awulan G. KAHN PICSICZLILI G DLMATT HENDERSON I' Secretary JOHN G PIPKIN Members 0 Foundalzon J I' LOUGHBOROUGII L10 Prrmzn WSIQ nl 35' X :Hifi EEREW A Y Q 2 ,JF I sl y., "1 Psi W1 n 'I Liga 115' ff' ggi iff 1 Lflligllfgdr 5 ig MP1 Q A Wx fm' W CHARLEN L THOMPSON DR I-'RYNICIS VINSONI-IALER Ps 1 Hn If llljlnffq E 5? 'IRM 'J , K , 1.-nw Y i f ,lf ,M ," ., ..wA-L rv...--. ,,,-..., 25.125 1552 ' ,V . 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AAZA A V vqb- , M r A: ------- : ::::--::- A:--A::N, 4r::::::v-fff-::-v--Af"'::--f--"fn 4, 4, 4, 4, lu 'I o ln ll S6V611ty-FIVE Years 14 1, , , 4, 4, Compllments of Is a Mlghty 1, Ig , 4, 4, . - Long Tune! 1, Ig Bale Chevrolet Co. 4, 4, 4, 4, 4 Second and Broadwa 4 'v Y 4, 4, . . . but not too long when it stands ', ', for seventy-five years of f riendly., 1' Phone 6292 amicable service by a store that, start- 4: 4, ing in a modest way those seventy-five 1, 14 years ago, has now become one of the ,: ,I best-known stores in Arkansas, the 4, 4, synonyln for fair, square dealing . . . :P l"'::""""""" " "":"':""""'A"""" the store "of friendly servicef, ,I 4, f::"'T"'A:'-'-::':'-'-::"'-":::'A:"""" 4, 4, . . . those seventy-five years were 'r 'P SKI history-making for Pfeifcrs . . . We look forward to thrice those in which 4, lu to grow even greater, to be able to ,P 2301 ARCH STREET 'five you even better service to show ,' 4 Eur tremendous 8lJIll'CCiHli0I: of your 4: Telephone 4"5571 part in making Pfeifcrs the nlodern I' L,-:YA--AYA:--A::,::,:-.-,,,::'.,-.-.-.,v.: store it is today. 4: 4 5 I 4: 44 4 4, P I4 E R gf 1, Shrader Photographer 5 n 1 4 l ' T710 Store Of Ffwflflly Sefvlcffn Special Rates to Students 4 4 l -HHH: ------ -------- ---A :::: ----::::::::::::::0:::::: -:--- EVERYTHING FOR THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER Kodaks Films Enlargers Movie Cameras 'Chemicals Greeting Cards for All Uccasions Art Materials -- Stamp Packets JUNGKIND PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY 114 WEST FOURTH STREET PHONE 8312 ----------------------A---------:::: ::::::v::::::::- :::::::',:: PRINTING AND STATIONERY COMPANY Printers of THE TROJAN Join tlwe many friends of Little Roclc Junior College in congratulations up- on tl1e remarltalnle success of your splendid institution. Tlwese aclwieve- ments most assuredly lwave been at- tained tlfirouglw careful planning and diligent effort by tlwe management and faculty. Tlwey also tnespealc au more prosperous career in tlwe years alwead. To tlie graduating class ol 1940, and to tlwe undergraduates, we wislw you success in any wortlw-wlwile endeavor you may undertalce. 0---A------ 'gigggololocosolcoclcloi OCC 0 0 l 0 I 0 acl ocoonoooonlgcfilglricvogogogocgcvogc155545345Lacngaagocnagogoglglgtglgo-0fglooolciccilgo5051-:lcisgoglgloccl .-6 lolocoooioooiotolsootcvu 0.1000 0 0:JIJ0C0:J0QIOIOIOIGIDIGQCJUOQGIOUOQO0Q0QI0an0OIonooonololoonloauaououonofooooeoeoaolooolooolololclooooololouKJOOCOOQOOOOI oo so Ot QU ou no on so on ls On OO Ca no on oc Do IC Du on on no 0: so on 00 on IG on no cn UO cl no on oo Oo oo Oo no Os so Cl IO O- gg How shall I earn my living? Wliat career shall I follow? These C0 QE questions confront young men and women, especially at the time of their IO gi graduation from hifvh school and college. Ol io CDI D U on I on QQ Four important considerations govern the choice of a worth-while gg career, personal interest - individual aptitude - possibilities for advance- Sg ment-opportunity to earn a livelihood. Although other considerations 95 influence the choice of a career, these four are basic. no QS on UD oo OO ol on EE Business, which comprises commerce and industry, is one of the DO EQ largest of the nine major career fields, and, as such, offers opportunities D- I Q u U I ' n 1 QQ of many varied types. The major activity of business - production, financ- Ol E2 ing, distribution, accounting, and management - requires the services of DI men and women clerical workers, secretaries, accountants, statisticians, 'O - . - . gg correspondents, salesmen, creators of advertising, buying, department ES heads, and junior and senior executives. C E5 55 55 As ours is primarily an industrial or commercial nation, business IU I SE absorbs the energies of most men and women gamfully employed. IO SE 59 89 Draughon School of Business Is Fully Accredzted and Approved by 55 ' gg Commercza 89 39 82 55 . gg If you have 11ot declded wlnch field of business to enter, you nnght find our 59 carefully and concisely eve1'y major field of business: How it is organized, wha IO OO n u n 1 n 1 QE send it with our compliments to anyone interested in a business career. Call OI CD Ol CO Ol QD Ol QU CU IO Ol UO raughon Self ol on on OO on so O0 so oc 00 on OO LITTLE nocli oo ol Q0 on 89 000100UtololoioluoooolelolololopimC0D0:O'OCIOOOOGQOQOUDIJlouolooolouoqoiOioucuolsoclclolmlotololOOOColoQUqoocociciotrmnualololccncalcgcooicoogcocgcgoscgc, QQMOOOUOOOOOOOQOIUIOOOOOICICOSOQI :lei:IElCOUGO!OICJOOOOIQOOIOQOQOIDOOIUIOIDIOUOIOOOCQOOOOIOIOOOOODOIOCOluoooslclotooououolQluo ,uclO0..0ulo0OCo0uool ceccoso. 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The oflieials do not hold that business offers equal opportunity to all, that all are equally qualified for business, 01' that its educational program is best for all. ,O UC ' I I I 0 .O It recognizes that young people are different 111 tastes, attitudes, aptl- tudes, objectives, interests, motives, and in other ways, and that the best program for each is the one which best suits the individual needs, the objectives and the personal characteristics of the students. Ol I . . IO Its courses are not offered as "short cuts to success." .AClllCV6Ill6Ilf, lll any field is a result of personal qualities quite as much as it is a result of ' education and specialized training. OI IO They are not offered as complete preparation for commerce or for life. C' 82 'I . . . . . . 'O' Education IS a continuing process. The needs of the executive, Stfllggllllg 551: UO UC with problems of management are different froln those of the graduates seeking a foothold. lo Do B2 DO 0 r' I I Draughon School of Business courses are offered as preparation for D 1 U I 0 .O positions of unusual promise for capable, talented, and tralned young gg ICJ people. he State Department of Education for Two Years' College Work in Education ulletin, 'GTRAIN FOR BUSINESS," ualifications it requires, and what rite, or phone 2-2128. ool of so O0 no on Co on lo Oi no - RKANSAS no DI no Oo to Oo Ol go ua OO lo Oo to Oo of considerable help . . . . for it describes QS opportunities it presents. We shall be glad to 55 Ol on IO D0 no OD lc no lo OO oo ol no Ol no O! so :In IO O0 no O0 oc OC lo I I '7 'I 'I I P 52 'I 'I 82 'I no I on I on I UI I In I on I lo I 95 ' oo 'I no I on I so I Q 28 ' Us 'I no I on P O 'O' on I no I on U no I oo I :O II 'I 'I oo I oo P so I on I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I no I Isoooaonowuruooomuonowenoouoncsoooocomooaouoaoocmemosonoocmooooooommoc ooouuonoomooouonosouuooooncaoneouoononooonosonnoouonosomsccsuoaoooosoouoog: ' tooo:uocuuooooooowoooL:noocmonomomoooooooocmcoonouoccoooooooowouauoooocouoaoooaoooocsooosoooooocnoaooccoocoooooolcaonoooocnooooocoaooooolooooooocoooaooo 'I SHOP HERE AND SAVE MONEY ON EVERYTHING! There are two reasons why you save at Sterling: First, we have the largest cash buying power in Arkansas. Second, we sell for cash! ' g 0 ' Pay C3511 Q I I See Our and Pay . 1 Complete Less! f Stocks! 9 ' DEPARTMENT STORE ' Fifth and Center Streets S - - - - - v v ------ - - - - - - - v :::::.A.-:.1-,,::::::.A.A4-,:::0,::ff- ,:.- YOUR SCHOOL PICTURES BY WILLIAM HUGHES STUDIO At Regular Student Rates 404 LOUISIANA PHONE 4-0115 4 v --::::fe-:::::--------: p P 4, p 1, p Ia I CONGRATULATIONS ., TO Graduates ALLSOPP Sz CHAPPLE if ,Q BOOK STORE 'E Q -, - Vestal Flowers, Inc. BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES I: +I . , 1, 'E 512 Broadway Phone 2-4111 307-309 Maln Street ,E I, Next to King Colds EE 4: ,:::J L, ---- .-.-.-.-.-v ------ -A: A::: """"""" :""'1' V: """"' A :"":'A'A'A """' P' ' P: 5 'I n jr NATURALLY - 1, 15 TRIANGLE RESTAURANT s 'I . the Smartest clothes if E 519 MAIN STREET for Spring come from 1' I - 4: , Quality Foods . ., , k B A U M A N 9 S k ,E Reasonably Priced 4, 4 4, , Men,S Shop 302 Main OPEN ALL NIGHT 4, 'I :I :I s -A L- - - - - - - J V --vw -vvvveoe-04--- .1 You College Men and Collegiennes Who Will Be Back at Old I. C. Next Fall Will Find Arkansas? FAVORITE COLLEGE' STORE IN A GRAND NEW HOME On Main, Near Fifth AS USUAL, YOU'LL FIND THE SMARTEST COLLEGE FASHIONS AT COHN'S -l-l"IG FTI. m. Cgnlm company LITTLE R K 'r -:::------A:--f:::v-v-v---:-A-:-Af:-A-v rf:--:--::::::::::-----2 SHEPHERD sl COMPANY F L 0 W E R S I"S"'fT2f,-f,Q"Q22l3,'2gc"'s For All Occasions An Arkansas Insurance House SINCE 1886 CALL 9101 Joshua K. Shepherd General Agent Frank E. Wait Special Agent -::.r::,:::::.-.+::v-- Tipton and Hurst, Inc. 509 MAIN STREET 4 v-.v--vv-v---v-vvv- -- J JAYCEERS EAT and SHOP at KINIPS Your Neighborhood Drug Store Fifteenth and Gaines Compliments of OSES - - 'T T , SQEYiSlfQE C RADIOS RECORDS RECORD PLAYERS 4 .-,,,,.,,.,,,:::,,,:,,,. 4 Congratulations - To the Staff and Student Body. May the members of the gradu- ating class enjoy success in their chosen fields. Greater Little Rock CHAMBER of COMMERCE Call REMEMBRANCE Flower Shop For All Kinds of Flowers Prompt Delivery ALVAN BUTTERFIELD, Manager fl-12 Louisiana St. Phone 8613 CONGRATULATIONS T0 GRADUATES HAVERTY FURNITURE CO. 413 MAIN ST. PHONE 4-2384- Little Rockis Leading Home F urnisher Compliments of G Second to Third on Broadway EVERY BLASS CUSTOMER MUST BE SATISFIED Gu Blass Co. f 4 ,--- ..... -- vv---'----,vv-------V-v ,I 1 I HM- : , t'E4E'fi?1Q77-75'i'7f323 1' URW 1 2 Jw mo N Q U 1 In STERILIZED BOTTLES Mfg. 4 W' 1 Vu- WMV - Q - ' INMNXQ 1 !'l,'xii"'- Dellclous and Refreshmg 'J !f':::: ':::::""'::: ""::: """ ::::::' QE Always the Newest in Campus Clogs and Togs . 'I SHOES - HOSIERY - MILLINERY READY-TO-WEAR ' MENS FURNISHINGS It K E M P N E R ' S If 4, .-.-.-:.-:::.-,::::::.-.-.- -:::::::: r :-::-ff::::::::::-::::-:::-f:-A v:-:::::v-::::-::::::ff:fffff: Congratulations ' GARRETT BROS., Inc. :I Florists an les 5: One Location Only - 2611 W. 13th The Gus Blass CQ, L,,v.,:: ,,,:: .-:,::.--S-::.-.-:.-.A.-..::::4 :::: -:::::::::::::::::.-.-:: j -ff" -" -T"-'xx 'o +I P COMPLIMENTS OF 1 L- THE 1940 TROJAN ENGRAVED BY Peerless Enqr True R0 avinq Cempenu -s fe Rte " Z E ca 'S 8 9 ee ' LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS lAXfi4c':lI'1S6S, Annual Engravers -:::::,.A:.- ,-,:::A-::::::::::::::::- :::.-:::::: ::A-: .-..:::',.- :.A.- .- ::,::: : -: :.-.,.'.':: 0' 0 ,J .-.- ::::::::.-::::::::::::: -::::::::: '::: :.-:::.-:::",: :- Product Improvement 1,8 CAN YOU REMEMBER : When people- went around with their arms in splints, because their automobile "kicked" them? the trick flyer at the county fair wouldnt go the wind died down? . 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