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

 - Class of 1941

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Qzrewor It is the hope of the TROJAN staff that we have so recorded the events of this memorable year of college life that each student will feel that this is his yearbook, so full of valuable memories that it will occupy as permanent a place in his bookcase as the memories have in his heart. edicafiorz 1 To the aviators of Little Rock Junior College, as a tribute to m the faith and valor with which they liveg to Willis Darnell, class of 1932 and member of 'Phi Theta Kappa, who typified the spirit of noble manhood of aviation, who lost his life in the service of his country - to this outstanding man, and to his fellow flyers, we dedi- cate this 1941 edition of the TROJAN. ,cjqiqlzf Sckegufe FACULTY FEATURES CLASSES ACTIVITIES ozzaqkey gjgungafion EX-GOVERNOR AND MRS. GEORGE W. DONAGHEY, DONORS MEMBERS MR. G. DEMATT HENDERSON, PRESIDENT MR. F. W. ALLSOPP MR. J. F. LOUGHBOROUGH MR. ALFRED KAHN MR. CHARLES L. THOMPSON MR. LEO PFEIFER DR. FRANK VINSONHALER - Qgresiclezzf Speaks: HE aims of any institution depend upon the ideals and philosophy held by the individuals that compose it. The aims of Little Rock Junior College determine what sort of institution its faculty and student body will make it, depending upon the ideals and ideas held by the college community and the ends sought in reaching these ideals. Little Rock Junior College stands first of all for the highest ideals of true Americanism. How many of the faculty and students will reach the goal set, depends upon the whole-hearted support of its members. If one fails, the goal is thus so far short of what it ought to be. Each faculty member will do anything in his power to get all students of Little Rock Junior College to get the most out of the things held worthwhile and so make every student a better citizen. A better citizen today, as tomorrow, will take care of himself. Little Rock Junior College is ambitious in its aims, its ideals, its efforts, in order that all within its influence may be the best citizens possible. When any individual under its influence fails to live up to his highest ideals, the institution and its oiiicers are hurt and grieved that they have failed to hold high the Light that should guide the eyes of all its students to see aright and to hold before the minds of its students the highest ideals necessary to do the right. May all the students of Little Rock Junior College ever learn that America is made up of individuals-individuals who, when working together, will make this country the greatest on the earth, and who, when failing to cooperate, will make it less than its best. May all of us make our country the best place for its citizens to live by enriching ideals and by reaching out and up to attain those ideals. Only by everyone doing his very best may this goal be reached. Sincerely yours, J. A. LARSON. 6602 Ped C5 N EDUCATIONAL 1nst1tut1on 15 known by the quallty of students lt graduates and sends out 1nto the world The physlcal plant may be good the lnstructlonal stall may be the best, but 1f IIS students do not show deflmte growth and develop ment and general 1mprovement durlng the t1me they are 1n attendance, then somethmg 15 wrong lt may be that some members of the teachmg staff or the admlmstratxve officers have not understood the students problems and needs posslbly, some of us have not been alert to our opportumtles to a1d the student or encourage h1m to work at h1s max1mum elhclency Posslbly some students have not had an lnterest 1n devel oplng thelr potentlal talents Nelther parents, nor faculty, nor even the Unlted States army can force an educatlon upon lndliferent or unw1ll1ng 1nd1v1duals But where there IS enthuslasm and a deslre upon the part of the student to lmprove hlmself and a zeal upon the part of an enthuslastlc lnstructor to gulde h1m ln unknown Helds of knowledge, nothlng short of a mlracle can prey ent that student from attalnmg the hlghest goals But to ach1eve these ends there must be enthuslasm Surely that whlch make the dlllerence between one 1nd1v1dual and another between the great and the small the Hrong and the weak,the nneH1gent and the 1gHOf3HL success and fadure enthuslasm lt surpasses power, wealth and mfluence Someone has said that enthuslasm IS fa1th m actlon It can remove mountalns and deter the SW1ft6St streams of opposltlon lt br1ngs Joy pleasure and satlsfactlon not only to hlm who 1n1t1ates lt, but to those who come Wllllllll ltS sphere of lnfluence ln each of our spheres w1sdom In commendable, courage 15 power, and fr1endsh1ps are essentlal but all take on added value and s1gn1ficance when flavored w1th enthuslasm lf you want to SXCTCISC greater mfluence over your fellow men, cultlvate en thuslasm If you want to leave your home, your college, your commumty better than you found them develop an enthuslastlc Splflt If you deslre to achleve a hlgher degree of success ln your chosen VOCat1OH be enthuslastlc about your work Set the germ of enthus1asm afloat and lt spreads llke a contag1ous dlsease to all those who come under 1tS radlatlng lnfluence E Q BROTHERS I C S l- ' 7 . , t I 5 , 7 .. . . . . S ' ' ' ' -is ' 9 7 7 7 . 7 ' Q 7 YARNELL Hosrrzm. BROWN Members of the Faculty DOROTHY ATWOOD YARNELL ENGLISH A.B., Calloway Women's Collcgeg A.M.. Columbia University: Graduate Work, University of Chicago and Columbia University. ENGLISH AND GERMAN PAULINE HOELTZEL A.B., University of Arkansas: A.M.. University of Wisconsing Graduate Work. University of Wisconsin. GLADYS KUNZ BROWN ENGLISH A.B. and A.M.. University of Arkansasg Graduate Work. Univer- sity of Chicago and Columbia University. J. H. ATKINSON HISTORY AND ECONOMICS A.B., University of Arkansasg A.M.. University of Chicago. GRANVILLE D. DAVIS HISTORY ATKINSOV A.B., University of Arkansasg A.M.. Ph.D.. University of Illinois. DAVIS , t M. FOSTER MOOSE PHYSICAL SCIENCES B.S., State Teachers' at Meniphisg A.M. and Ph.D.. Columbia University. ROBERT W. ROWDEN PHYSICAL SCIENCE B.S., University of Arkzmsasg M.S.. University of Arkansas. DELL PARK MCDERMOTT DRAMATICS A.B. and Expression Diploma. Calloway Collegeg Teacher's Cer- tificate. American Academy of Dramatic Art: Graduate Work in Dramatics at Universities of Iowa and California, Columbia. and Northwestern. MARY ELIZABETH PAPE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES V Ohio State Univcrsityg A.B.. Marietta Collcgeg A.M.. Columbia Universityg Graduate Work. Columbia Universityg Research Work, University of Arkansas. MADAME FLORENCE HEMANS FRENCH Lived and studied nine years in France and Belgium. took work under leadin rofcssors in Louvain Universit , studied for S5 I7 - Y several years under private instructors in Paris. stutlied and resided eight years in Brcslau, Germany. ELMER STAHLKOPF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS MOOSE A.B. and M.A., University of Wisconsin. ROWDEN MCDERMOTT PAPE HEMANS STAHLKOPF Q , . I, lit! Wi at 3 Y I MARTIN CHASE GREENE :N A- t.,M,g,e, Q?eQQ5EQ2QfmQQ??mQ -11 z eg' as 1-it E- ' Q we - ADAMS KENDALL HALL Members of the Faculty BLANCHE MARTIN ASSISTANT DEAN AND MATHEMATICS A.B. and M.A., Vassarg Graduate Work, University of Chicago. BETTY JANE KENDALL COMMERCIAL COURSES A.B., University of Arkansas. HELEN HALL JOURNALISM BJ., University of Missouri: A.M., University of Missouri. LULU B. CHASE PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY S.B.. University of Michigan: A.M.. Teachers' College, Columbia glniyxsityg Graduate Work, Teacl1cr's College, Columbia Uni- A' LONGSTRETH ALVIN E. LONGSTRETH ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AND LABORATORY INSTRUCTOR A.B., Centre Collegeg Graduate Work. University of Kentuckyg Special Work, University of Arkansas Medical School. VARA HARDCASTLE GREENE LIBRARIAN B.A., Henderson State Teachers Collegeg B.S., L. S. U. CLARINE S. LONGSTRETH REGISTRAR A.B., Centre College: A.M., University of Kentucky. JOHN L. 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Mr. Payne, a personable young star whose popularity rating is rising, is an en- thusiastic aviator himself, and spends much of his leisure time flying and working with planes. He is considered one of Hollywood's most interested and interesting aviators. In judging the beauty contest, Mr. Payne found the types of Southern beauty representing Jaycee delightful and full of vitality. His choice for Jaycee's beauty queen was made because of the lucky girlis charming personality. .jdarilfa Jail IZ A Second Place DOROTHY HANKINS Third Place ERLE GALBRAITH V' Fourth Place SARAH KENDRICK ELIZABETH JESSUP BEATRICE MORTON LEILA SCHWARZE filer IDA MAE SMITH eaufies CAROLYN SULSER BILLXIE LOU RICH FLORENCE STEVENS FRANCES ANN LEE QUEEN OF THE MAY-FRANCES ANN LEE ROYALTY OF MAY DAY 19410 ay .mayb May Queen .,., ,,,.,,, , .,,,,,,,,,, , -,A ,,.., F RANCES ANN LEE Sophomore Maids .e....... e,,.,, , ..,,e,v E LIZABETH JESSUP, REBA SMITH Freshmen Maids e....E.,e EEe,-,,, D onornv HANKINS, FRANCES DONAHOE MAY DAY, an annual celebration at Little Rock Junior College, is the official beginning of Self-Expression Week, when each student is urged to display his talents. The student body elects a May Queen and four maids, two freshmen and two sophomores. A program is presented out of doors before the Queen and her court, who sit in state on the front steps. The various departments of the school give different numbers. There are French and German songs and dances. The English department usually gives a play. The chorus presents several musical numbers, and there is choral reading by the speech choir. The climax of the program comes when a group of brightly clad girls dance around the maypole. E DONAHOE JESSUP f eaufzes IQI.IZAI5If'I'I"I JESSUI' PHI THETA K,XI'I'A IVIARTIIA JOHNSON Y. W. C. A. FRANCES ANN LEE CHATTHR ST,-X FF LEILA SCI-IWARZI-I TROJAN STAFF BEATRICIC MORTON HOME ECONOMICS DOROTH Y HANKINS L'AI.I.I,-XNCE FR.-XNCAISE n ERLE G,-XLBRAITH MENS FORUM CARULYN SU LSILII SCIIQNCFI SEMINAR FLORENCI-I STEVENS PHI ALPHA BIETA ISILLIII LOU RICH DIZIXIW KXPPA SARAH KICNDRICK BA'l"I'I.ICCRII3IiS I xxx 1 QD6I'50lZ6L!L L65 A HERSCHEL FRIDAY DRAMATICS JUANITA STOLZ SCHOLARSHIP ELSTON LEONARD PHOTOGRAPHY 1 I if 1 ,Y I ' 1 A I HIV GENE HAUNy ORIGINALITY CLEVE HODGES PRE-MEDIC ELIZABETH JESSUP SOCIETY MARY VIRGINIA RO MUSIC DOROTHY BOWERS ACTIVITIES FRANCES ANN LEE PUBLICATIONS Social Gafelzolar Get Acquainted Party ,...,,.. ..,....,A S eptember Patron's Reception ..,e. ...,..,..e S eptember Freshman Picnic .,....,, ,, .,., ,October All School Dance ,.,...,.o.. ..,,...... 0 ctober All School Picnic ,,..,.,..., ,.,.......,..........,.v N ovember Phi Theta Kappa Founders, Day Dinner .... November All School Preview ,.....,, ,.i....,,. N ovember Phi Alpha Beta Anniversary Dinner Dance .November Delta Kappa Anniversary Dinner Dance,,,.December Christmas Dance .......,,., ....... D ecember Barn Dance. ,,..,. ...,,.,.e, J anuary Coke Party ,.,.,.,. ...,,.. . February All School Preview ,....,.., .,.r..-.. M arch A S Social Gafelzgar Donaghey Day Luncheon ,..,,.., Coke Party ......,.. 2 ,7.. Phi Theta Kappa Follies , ,,,7 Battlecriers' Week-end of Parties A...,.., ,..,,.., All School Dance ,c,,...,, May Day c..........,,..,...,,,.,,...,,...,,..,, Self-Expression Week Banquet .,,..,, , ., ,.,,.,,. ., All School Picnic. ,,.., Sophomore Prom ,,.co.. .,cclVIarch April April April 19, April May May r-,r---,,,May May 28 4 7 20 25 1 2 10 27 We Studied a While After all, the principal idea in attending college is to learng so we studied a while. The library was the conventional place for study, but we studied in the Grill, too, and on the campus. With the aid of our able faculty, We came out with a yearls more knowledge than we had before. N X I 4 Z I 1 Wm, ' 3 ww w-fl Q?fQ'--fefL?2w22szffifw-'11 f QQQEQ-?1f1i2:Qr4L5QfL,f52i We f 12 -. I g : Q FT: . 4 V 5, , w5,Asgn!'g3g,v5g,f5Qggf.-?g.-A iq A ,Q ,- f 5gfQsf31g:15ef?fYs-sig 5 Q . .Xi a faZ3?45,.,.L , J --" I V 'S' ve ' S25-.f'E'f"E15-':1'f"f"5EEZi51:fI'5i??Z: -, -- K E? RL ,, f: 1"-Q-1 LM: v 15. 3 5 ! 5 X K H v wwf sww, Q W .Q wx -----..... 'H Fx -m"U"' w-.im 'A f-vw gm f A f W , H ai L We Fenced a While Fencing is a favorite Jay- cee sportg therefore the Fencing Club is one of the most active organizations on the campus. Harvey Brown is the instructor, Robert Naylor is the assistant in- structor, and other members of the club are: Joseph Slat- tery, Cleve Hodges, Cordon Jackman, Gordon Brack, J. E. Cagle, William Kirby, Jr., Robert Pollock, William Bates, and Louis Rushing. The interest in the club is manifest in that it is an out- growth of student desire. The fencers participated in Stunt Night and in wfhe Prince of Pilsenf' We Rode a While '4Give a man a horse he can ridef' Herels a group of layceeites who love horses. Once a week these enthusi- astic equestrians don their riding habits, mount their steeds, and are oil for a gal- lop through the Boyle Park bridle paths. No use looking for these students around Jaycee on Monday after- noon. Theylre on the trail. Sponsored by Miss Doro- thy Yarnell, the riding class includes Eugenia Crawford, Dorothea Landmann, Ward Lowe, Morrison Moore, E. C. Reed, Charles Webster, and Jack Carroll. Skittish or gentle, fiery or slow, it makes little real dif- ference. lust give these peo- ple a horse - and they'll ride. We Played Tennis a While ln all except the worst weather, the tennis court is the most popular place on the Jaycee campus. The Jay- cee tennis teams, made up of Walker Fain, French Leath- erman, Ira Corn, M. J. Block, Joe Wood, Bob Browning, and Morrison Moore, have been making other college teams sit up and take notice, and the 'chomew games draw a pretty good audience. The Jaycee tennis team seems slated to Win most, if not all, their contests this season-that is, if the de- feats handed Hendrix, State Teachers, Russellville Tech, and Ouachita are an indica- tion of the team's ability. w We Flew a While One of Jaycee's newest de- partments is one in which membership is most sought after. The aviation classes take a lot of hard work, but the boys seem to like it. First-year training classes meet at Jaycee on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights each week, for uground Workn and studies in civil air regulations, air navigation, and meteorology, under the direction of lVlr. Robert Rowden and Sgt, C. A. Madison. The students in the first-year class fout of thirty members only three are girlsj have their day- time classes at Adams Field, tinkering with planes and beginning to learn to Hy. Because of government regulations, membership in both the preliminary and secondary classes is limited to thirty- and no girls are admitted to the secondary course at all. Those girls in the photos are in just to add color and interest, and to make the students happy. We Flew Some More Since aviation is such a poular course at Junior Col- lege, it isnlt hard to find some of its many enthusiasts, who are Willing to have their pictures made in and around the planes. The CAA boys were caught in informal poses and they also oblig- ingly posed for a few group pictures. The boys spend a great deal of time at the airport getting practical experience in Hying. The girls some- times Went to the airport, too. They posed, but didnlt Hy. We Learned To Fly One of the thrills which comes to every aviator is the thrill of his first solo flight, a thrill which a good many young men, students of Jay- cee, are experiencing this year. The boys in the flight training classes are not so well known to the student body of Jaycee, because much of their time is spent at Adams Field working with the planes, both on the ground and in flight. But the aviation students have inter- esting and sometimes excit- ing schedules to follow. uPrelims,' take their ground work at Jaycee, secondary classes meet at Adams Fieldg and all sixty-six fthirty in each year and six non-col- lege menl work around the planes, fly when they get a chance, and probably look forward to the time in their second yearis work when they can start doing bigger stunts with bigger machines. Here at Jaycee, the avi- ators get their ground work, and at Adams Field Lt. Ed- ward Carbacz and Lt. Hol- bert give them their actual flying instruction. We Visited the Airport We went out to the airport to see the wheels go 'round. We wanted to 'find out Why the airport holds so much interest for the CAA boys. Although We didnlt go up, we had a grand time looking around, and We found every- thing just as interesting as the students of aviation think it is. We really had a streak of luck While We were there. A Chicago Southern Airlines plane came through on a test flight. We were allowed to inspect itg then we had the honor of having our pic- tures made with it. Look at Elizabeth Jessup, pretending to be a celebrity! We Acted a While Little Rock lunior College is proud of its speech and dramatics department and of its many excellent produc- tions. Remember 4'What a Life" with Clint Cooper as the inimitable Henry Ald- rich? Then there was the colorful musical comedy, 'The Prince of Pilsen,'7 with the funny gendarmes and the can-can dancers. We Aeted Some More HNumber Nine Pine Streetn was an outstanding play of the year. lVlarijo Perry gave an unforgettable performance as HEff1e," the young murderess, in this play. The Trojan Theatre Guild presented several pro- grams of student-directed one-act plays. The last three- act play of the year was Maxwell Anderson's uStar- Wagon? We Laughed a While Being optimistic, fun- loving people, We laughed a while. We were especially amused at the Phi Theta Kappa Follies, when our dignified intellectuals let their hair down and cut up. We thought Roy was cun- ning in his playsuit, and Sam made a gorgeous glam- our gal. Bill and Dub made very chic matrons. We also laughed at "Repulsive,,' Helen and Maxineis baby chick. See him up in the top corner, eating Rebais nail polish? As a matter of fact, everybody on the page was happy about the Whole thing. We Posed a While When We had a photog- rapher handy, we posed a while. We thought Gene looked just too sweet in his organdy frock and big hatg so we took a picture to pass down to posterity. Mr. Row- den and Tom Rutledge posed in strapless evening gown and pinafore, respectively. Many other people were also kind enough to pose. We even got some faculty members-Mr. Atkinson and Mrs. Kendall. Jeannie and Dorothy asked that we call their picture "the long and short of it.', Interesting People Here We have pretty Fran- ces Donahoe, who is tops in secretarial work. Eugenia Crawford, Clif- ford Koger, Mary Anid Scott, and James Garvin make up a group of enter- prising young scientists. Thomas Rutledge is nota- ble because he is national treasurer of Phi Theta Kappa and because of his fine work in chemistry. Edna Mae Sligh is an im- portant person on the cam- pus-everyone likes her be- cause of her happy disposi- tion. Dorothea Landmann, na- tive of Sweden, is one of our most interesting people. When we think of Marijo Perry, we immediately think of French, dramatics, and Bob. W. B. Riley, Whom the student body elected King of the Campus, is active in the Work of the student council, Phi Theta Kappa, and Phi Alpha Beta. Betty Tabb Hurst, our Y. WT. C. A. president, is also an excellent dramatics stu- dent. Julia Lee Irby, who is secretary of the student council, is one of the best in the Held of home economics. Harry Cooke is the most outstanding student of engi- neering. N :,,- '.,. -.. 2 ...H .x MSS Q, . 2 1 A w. ig' m --1. -Q-.--Q... L. -n-.-4-..h QX, H r Hr S01D!Z0WZ0 V6 H605 OFFICERS Pr eszdent ROY BILHEIWIER Secretal y REBA SMITH 1 Vice President. ,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,, - ,,,.,,,,,,, ELIZABETH JESSUP NANCY ELIZABE TH HAMMETT LANELL BLUNDELL Q CHARLES HADFIELD DOROTHEA LANDMANN VADA-JOE RHODES ROY BILHEIMER BETTY TABB HURST LILA CHURCH ETHELYN DABBS HARRY ROBERTS ' CLEVE HODGES WILLIAM WEBSTER LEILA SCHWARZE ELIZABETH WILKEY TOMMIE PLASTER BILL ALSTADT LECER PARKER HARRY NEWMAN ELSIE LEE T. P. FLEMINC JEANNE LESEM MARY PITNIAN E REED FRANCES AINNI LEE JIMMY SID NIOSFLEY I T TERRAL HARRY COOKE RUTH ANY BURNETT CLIYT COOPER REBA SMITH GORDOIN JACKIVI AV JOHV JERNIGANI NIARGARE1 SHADDOCK HAROLD WEST IDA MAE SNIITH PRENTISS MIXON ELl7XBETH JESSUP HERSCHEL FRIDAY SARAH KFNDRICK CHARLES NIOTT HERBERT KAUFMAN . C. .IAINE ELNORA NEOMA LYON CLARENCE FRENCH ANNA MAE BOSLEY GEORGE HUFSMITH HELEN MORING JOE BILL HOCOTT BILLY FREE LING MAX GARDNER JAMES GROSS LLEWELLYN SPRIGG THOMAS RUTLEDGE JULIA LEE IRBY JOSEPH SLATTERY JUANITA STOLZ DOROTHY BOWERS ORD KIMZEY IRA CORX SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME JOHNNIE FRANCES BROWN PHILLIP SCHEID W. B. RILEY JULIA LEMON ELSTON LEONARD LUCILLE BATTLE HEBER FREEMAN MARIJO PERRY HARVEY BROWN EUGENIA CRAWFORD ALICE WILLIAMS GENE HAUN BUTLER TOLAND VIRGINIA MADISON RICHMOND WOLLSTEIN JESSIE M. BRIGGS SPECIALS HOMER TVICGOUGH HARRY FARABEE MARY LOUISE ADAIR GORDON BRACK ETHELYN DABBS Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Entered from L. R. H. S., '40, Fenc- Entered from L. R. H. S.,"39. Y. W. C. A., '39-'41, Science Semi- ing Club, '40. "-" ll12iI1E6lF THU- , , . , , .. m ay . Har, 39' 41' RORERT BRADFORD gggsgf CLIFFORD LEROY ADAMS, JR. Entered from L. R. H. S., '39, , tr' . ' 'f"-Entere,d.,,,from Jasper High, Jasper, H , B I, 1,3.55,?,:,:,-Q-,-,f.2iff-'-7 ' ' ' ' BILL ALSTAD.T..,. ,.,V4 V ntere rom' auxlte lg ,A I. L' R- H. S- Entered from "Q,iQEid",".2Q'L R H .-,. . 5,555-," RME,,f '39 . ' ' ' tered ,tfbm L. R. H. s., 'st F R C1 b, '3 -:tiii FRANK BROWN "'- " f .- Oiftic-39, 'sa 'H .. .. 1.. 'H'fS-- '40,a-zzqa-.-.It-f" M535 Fdfsr A k S T , , ., ' 4 , ..-.'5:3F1'fj.i'-' -e r?9.m r ansas tate eac I- P A .1-ini.. . ...-.1:2'f' "r 'Q , v wiggle , :.:: : ..t... . Q .,., .I y.-fmmV.L- Rn' ers Convivay,,?Arkansas, 40. - , 1. . Lg . .- R- -3-,gi-Zg,5,QQg,,.Qf31,:.I, - jr-,-.-D eutschlgyyg . IZHQQQQAS I.Er?iINE H S 38 1 ARCARET UTII ALDWIN f 1jj.,,-51:1-1""5 '- f..Ee"' "" ..,.f ',40.,, " 1.0 Z' , , ,, ' , Entered from Ouachita Collegekxffk ,Q.','FJ:"iiii':'Qi'i'fi"''i INNER-t.Q,.f' .. "., .-Q:'1l-5-I-Q-E5 -. 4' .if ' 5. , LUCII-I-E VIRGINIA BATTLE f j Entg-155 25 2 Qm?Q. 'j11g:-51:1-I-E' fhtergr f1'Qt3iIj.5Ouach1ta College, Ark- i""'e"rii'm L' R' ad-lphia. Arkansas. '2-9. ' ' '--1 ,.-- 1 "WT f'-.'-'liz'-f-fifiiyii"1-fiiiiff' . 4-55-" 'man A Rater 1-if-2-':ii5f" 'ntered from Univet ffili' ' ' IAIYFHQIIIER' FIIEIII-ING C- A- 39- P ....RSFEPIW-.f.-C3I11IJ-..-.f3'f5lA-:--'- - . -ti-at-5. R-.-f---za d'-Lf' M b I 1 H' It '39 Sm- S -I-R :mm 2' G Va E lg A f '40, I ,,A- , ug,gr..g,iiitrrLef'tjRtneQ5,,Sg,f-Q ' R--- URERT BURKI-IALTER 'HEBER -FREEMAN A, '41. Entered from '39. Entered from L. R. H. s., IRQ. RUTHAANN Charter Staff, '40, Snapshot Editor . H. S., rss. Entered'-1-I-tae..L1"iQf...'!i?Iiz-2-.-.-.At39- Of Tfofan- '40- WAYNE BURTON""""'-4325-.Q2."' WALTEII CLARENCE FRENCH, JR. L. R, H, 5,7 739. Entered from L. R. H. S., '39- Entered from L. R. H. S., '39, Y.: M. C. A., '39, Outside Entertain- ment Committee, '39, Sophomore Prom Committee, '40, Social Com- mittee, '39-'40, Kind Lady, '39, Out- ward Bound, '40, Secretary Phi Al- pha Beta Fraternity, '39, Vice Presi- dent, '40, President Trojan Theater Guild, '40, Delta Psi Omega, '40, Phi Theta Kappa, '40, Student Coun- cil, '39-'41, President Sophomore Class, '40, Co-Chairman Stunt Night, '40, Trojan Theater Guild, '39, Prince of Pilsen, '41, Starwagon, '41. WILLIAM BINIORES Entered from University of Arkan- sas, '41. VERLINE BINNS Entered from Mount Saint Mary's Academy, '39. EVELYN BISCHOF Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. KATHLYN LANELL BLUNDELL Entered from San Antonio Junior College, '40. VIFINON PRESLEY BOWEN Entered from L. R. H. S., '38. DOROTHY ELIZABETH BOWERS Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Chairman of ticket sales for Lend Me Your Ears, '39, Calendar Com- mittee, '39, Chairman Calendar Com- mittee, '40, Trojan Theater Guild, '40, Secretary Phi German Club, '39, '39, '41, Delta Psi Expression Week, of the Jury, '40, The Prince of Pil- Editor, '40, Don- Stunt Night, '39, '39-'41, Secretary, Theta Kappa, '40, '41, Y. W. C. A., Omega, '40, Self '40, '41, Ladies What a Life, '40, sen, '41, Trojan aghey Day, '40, '40, Chorus, '39, '41, Speech Choir, Nine Pine Street, '39-'41, Number '41, Assistant Director of Starwagon, '41, Acting Award, '41. ARDATH BUZEEE Entered from JOHN CAGLE Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. JOHN CARROLL Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. '39, Men's Forum, '40, Hendrix College, '41. Y. M. C. A., Trojan Staff, '40, Stunt Night, '39, Ping Pong Tournament-Singles and Doubles, '39, '40, LILA LAVERCNE CHURCH Entered from N. L. R. H. S., '38. Y. W. C. A., '38-'41, Science Semi- nar, '38-'41, Vice President, '39, '40, Chorus, '38-'41, Phi Theta Kappa, '40, National Delegate to Sacramento, California, Convention, '41. FREDERICK COHN Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. HARRY COOKE Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. President of Engineers Club, '40, Phi Theta Kappa, '40, '41, Student Council Representative, '40. WILLIAM CLINT COOPER Entered from L.. R. H. S., '39. Y. M. C. A., '39, Phi Alpha Beta, '39-'41, President, '41, Delta Psi Omega, '40, What a Life, '40, Inter- national Relations, '40. IRA G. CORN Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Advertising Manager of Trojan, '40, Phi Alpha Beta, '39-'41, Chatter Staff, '40, President of International Relations Club, '40, Social Commit- tee, '40, Chairman of Athletic Com- mittee. '4-0, Captain of Tennis Team, '40, Singles and D O u ble s Tourna- ments, '40. EUGENIA CRAWFORD Entered from Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, Arkansas, '41. Kind Lady, '39, Award for Best Actor, '40, '41, Chairman of Election Committee, '39, Social Committee, '39, Student Council Representative for Freshman Class, '39, Y. M. C. A., '39, Delta Psi Omega, '40, Phi Alpha Beta, Historian, '39, Treasurer, '40, Prince of Pilken, '41, Trojan Thea- ter Guild, '39-'41, Vice President, '40, Chorus, '40, L'Alliance Francais, '40, Stunt Night, '40, Self-Expression Week, '40, '41, Assistant Director of Number Nine Pine Street. HERSCHEL FRIDAY, JR. Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Trojan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Delta Psi Omega, '40, Council Representa- tive, '41, Y. M. C. A., '39, Interna- tional Relations Club, '30, Outward Bound, '40, What a Life, '40, Assist- ant Director of The Prince of Pifsen, '41, Number Nine Pine Street, '41, Outside Entertainment Committee, '40, Stunt Night, '40, Doubles Ping Pong Championship, '40, Stage Man- ager of Starwagon, '41. JAMES GANNAWAY Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. MAX GARDNER Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. German Club, '39-'41, Science Sem- inar, '39-'41. SADIE JEAN GOODGAME Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Battlecriers, '39-'41, Vice President, '40, Y. W. C. A., '39-'41, Cabinet, '40, Humor Editor of Trojan, '40, College Chatter, '40, Stunt Night, '39, Chairman of Stunt Night Com- mittee, '40, Trojan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Speech Choir, '39, Chairman Sunshine Committee, '39, Social Committee, '40, Secretary Social Com- mittee, '40, Number Nine Pine Street. .-.,g,:,h, . I CHADDIE GRAY Entered from L. R. H. S., '39, Chorus, '40. JAMES RICHARD GRANT Entered from University of Arkansas. WILLIAM HAROLD GRANT Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. OSCAR GRAY Entered from University of Arkansas, '41. ALICE GROSS Entered from L.. R. H. S., '39. JAMES GROSS Entered from L. R. H. S., '39, Founder of Photography Club, Treas- urer, '40, Science Seminar, '40, L'Al- liance Francais, '40, Co-founder of Students' Social Union, '40, Stunt Night, '40. CHARLES HADFIELD Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Trojan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Delta Psi Omega, '40, Y. M. C. A., '39, International Relations Club, '40, What a Life, '40, Assistant Director of Number Nine Pine Street, '41, Doubles Ping Pong Championship. CHARLES HAMILTON Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. BETH HAMMETT Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Chatter Staff, '40, L'Alliance Fran- caise, '39-'41, Battlecriers, '40. GENE HAUN Entered from L. R. H. S., '38. Phi Theta Kappa, '41, Original Play, Very Strange Interlude, Produced '41, Prince of Pilhen, '41, Donaghey Day, '40, '41, Chorus, '40, May Day, '40, '41, Stunt Night, '39. SAM HITT Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. L'Alliance Francaise, '39-'41, May Day, '41, Self-Expression Week, '40, First Place in Poetry Reading, '40, Phi Theta Kappa, '40,-'Ladies' of the Jury, '40. ' " asf f- ,gf . ii" , Wig. 1 Rfw sr'---if-1 4 .f aaa. -me .' -ga.:-I ,a ,,. ,j. al, ,W A A -,f 'T ...IZA fir ' ' ,J J -fY'25g..a ,sf 'fluasfa-1454:-Lfafgeia.....eEafs:14nrs-aff ' JULIA LEE. liiiir FRANCES ANN LEE Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Secretary of Student Council, '40, International Relations Club, '40, Convention at L. S. U., '40, The Prince of Pilsen, '41, Chorus, '39- '41, Secretary of Y. W. C. A., '40, Phi Theta Kappa, '41. GORDON JACKMAN Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Phi Alpha Beta, '39-'41, Pledge Mas- ter, '40, Engineers' Club, '39-'41, Ping Pong Tournament, '39, '40, Dou- bles Finals, '40, Fencing Class, '40, Civilian Pilot Training Program, '40, Primary, '40, Advanced, '41. JOHN JERNIGAN Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Trojan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Presi- dent of Delta Psi Omega, '40, Ladies of the Jury, '40, What w Life, '40, Social Committee, '40, International Relations Club, '40, Donaghey Day, '40, Starwagon, '41, Stage Manager of Number Nine Pine Street, '41, Chairman of Self-Expression Week, '41 ELIZABETH JESSUP Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Student Council, '39, Social Commit- tee, '39, Chairman, '40, Beauty Can- didate, '40, '41, L7Alliance Francaise, '39-'41, Secretary, '40, Battlecriers, '39-'41, President, '40, Vice President of Sophomore Class, '40, Trojan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Delta Psi Omega, '40, Phi Theta Kappa, '40, Treasurer, '40, Assistant Director of Starwagon, '41, ELEANOR JONES Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. RALPH HERBERT KAUEMAN Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Entered from Mount Saint Mary's Academy, '39, Battlecriers, '39-'41, Secretary, '40, Chatter Staff, '40, Feature Editor of Trojan, '40, Student Council, '40, Trojan Theater Guild, '39, Speech Choir, '39, Self-Eicnression Week, '39, Chorus, '39, L'Alliance Fran- caise, '40, Treasurer, '40, Stunt Night Chairman, '40, Beauty Candi- date, '39-'40, Prince' of Pilsen, '41, Arkansas State Collegiate Press Meet at Ouachita, '41, Queen of May, '41, Gazette Plaque for Journalism, '41, JULIA LEMON E P Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Secretary of Home Economics Club, '40 LSTON LEONARD Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Phi Alpha Beta, '39-'41, Art Editor of Trojan, '39, Photographer, '40, Vice President of Delta Psi Omega, '40, Trojan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Ladies of the Jury, '40, Self-Expres- sion Week, '40, '41. RENTISS L. MIXON, JR. - Entered from Jacksonville High School, '39. L'Alliance Francaise, '39, '40, Tro- jan Theater Guild, '39-'41, Ladies of the Jury, '40, International Relations Club, '40, Men's Forum, '40, What a Life! '40, Delta Psi Omega, '40, Donaghey Day, '40, Prince of Pilsen, '41, Number Nine Pine Street, '41. HELEN GERTRUDE MORING C Entered from L.. R. H. S., '39. Phi Theta Kappa, '41, Chorus. HARLES B. MOTT, JR. Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. Phi Alpha Beta, '39-'41, Secretary, '40, Y. M. C. A., '39, International Relations Club, '39-'41, Convention, German ciab, '40. '41, Prince 'asf ""'- P JOE liiudfgocori R H S ,39 S Staff, '41, Stunt Night ,, n ere rom .... , . ARAH ELIZABETH KENDRICK jan Theater Guild,,' fifff JAMES CLEVELA'ND..HQDQELS H Entered from L. R. H. S., '39. '40, Expressio " '40, German Club, '39-'41, Secretar "5?!igi9' .-,.-.-.-. 'I , '40, Phi Theta Kappa, '40. ' R- H. S., 38, IWILDRED HUFFMAN ,ga ' '38, '39, Phi A1?g3.1:,-g,-f'ii'fQi1"ff'if""'"ered,,.f3eErI3,,,-I . H. SIZE '39- Entered from L. R. H. S., 39. 'gQB,era.2'-- I 4-I , , ,,,,jf5-Ear.-af,1'1h GEORGE HUFSWIITH ',..5,1jZy:g:,'.-E:,. Shm+?fR-.nQ.1QEEn,.i3.9.2, S99i.,1ia'f"h'9'5it' , a f- :ff V N E' if Entered RH- . 1 "-' f?:3.S'3?93?1P?i?i-5 3 , .. ?e4',1f59Li41 -L' "' 40: sg, ee, Engineers' C1iiYiZ'i"39i? 115-339- ' "" 1 391 ?Y5Sf?'Fz.--f- ai Pai iam' '41, President, '41, Science Seminar, tust .." ' aS . 5: .y,f7yard B0Ltft,tf+'fQ . i H t' 'if' eg, -5 gg, '-,gi ' '40, Social Committee, '40, Chair- arwago -'-'- Q -I 'Q52.fi92i5 .,,. f S ' l C ' ' ', ,,:,-i4T"i1Qi,2i":"" . '5Ef'3'3""fi:j.5L:1 "-.n- , .i1'1fi'f'P522' .ff :' Sfiifaf iii' PR':r'd'eu'riJ"ePCiise?zC1"'4I? Em .. fa1znEnnnn.n Q 'I if it-' . A n , , .. H ' -a - .R. -n'39. Phi Alpha Beta, '40. -v 3 v- Um, Th , ' ?i.3f:. 'fdaifi-. 15.3, 1 .- Ffa BETTY TABB HURST ,.N:.:.55j.g.,f5'-'51 EE ..-. n..-n - n ,,f1?-heater Guild, Entered from L. R. H. S., " " . H+-'S':,""'39. .-'41',"-'Se1QQjfression,Qg:Week, '39, Y.. W. C. A., '39-'41, " , '39-'41, L'Alliance 'I '41, Exciiffion, '39","'W hat m Life, 5an.dT1Ladyk v4.05 l KIAA ' . aise, a40,'4.1, Science Publicity Committee for Prince ,i era HP -5.--f2'5"- 9 Trvfcln Staff, '40, Phi Pilsen, '41, Number Nine Pine Pllwb, '41:, .. Kappa, '40, COI'lV'6fi'l'i0IJ.'.j-gpgligu '41, L'Alliance Francaise, '39- PTCSSIDH mento, California, '41, Y. Wf"f25-'-1'kQ4,,Q1Ii""'41, Publicity Committee of Star- '40, '419 F241 'iff' E a . 1 .1 .,3.,.gg.. -, ' ' ef- -1- ' ,IV a.-.,.f.,.q. , '39-'41, Stunt Night, '40, Chorus, '40.""' wagon, '41, Costume Design Award. Ewrxc C lam-'lines-chaff ELNORA NEOMA LYON W B RILEY LLEWELLYN SPRIGG Entered from Central Colle e 39 Entered from L R H S 39 Entered from L R H S 39 Presrdent of Student Councrl 40 Battlecrlarss 40 LAll1al'1CC Fran HCf2'::'IIieNII1Cit3IEIGHUnIveISIIy of Arkan ghr TlIII3taII1K?Ippad 41 Ilghr Alpha carse Y., Ivgfi-Ere we rgomrcs 331153 eta resr ent a Inet a 0 IMF. eettetairy 40, 3' traghey Day 40 VIRCINIA, MADISOINI 'MARY LOUISE ROBBINS ,111 Zgiunt N-I 40 Self Expressron Entered from W S 39 Entered from L R H S 39',vr eela, 5 Rt SSELL XIATCHLT A STANGL Enter-fd from 'M' HARRY ROBERTS S RM ntere from L R H S 39 Entered from L IR 'H LEE MA-iIH?,5 ID A I5 Delta PSI Omega 40 Lathes 0 LAll nce Francarse 39 41 HICTC F0111 JLIA A ,IFOLZ UD af' X tered from N L R H S 39 .LEGE rojan 'The er Gurld 39 Phr Theta 'gg' 1 from L meled from L B' CIE, ' appa "40 1 Presrdent 40 Y W Trojan Theater Gurld 39 41 I A In-et 39 Vrce Presrdent PS1 Omega 40 What az L1 410 LOEIS R'E'i8"H'N -FR H SN 5: It fntefharkronal Relatrons Club Prznce of Ptlsen 41 mga 3 mere 'L 1' 40Wtudlf3I1?1 Personnel Commrttee 41 Phr Alpha Bet 1 RUSSE :gk Ia is-1,-1. 40 Outsrde Talent Commrttee 40 '-1 MARIJO PERRY ntered from L Emp, .pf Speech Cholr 39 Entered fr R H S T LAN FIEHGUSC 39' oHEs RUTLEDGE ANET ERRAL 40, Soeral Comm cr-etary Delta 51 G 40 Tro jar, Theater .CH-tlf 9 41 Wmner af Aatmg, AW , 40 May Day 40 5'rLtlM.'f'1 9 40 Self Expressron fl 41 Battlecrrers 39 41 orus 39 41 Speech Chorr 39 41 Ladies ofthe Jury 40 Busr ness Manager of What a Ltfe 40 Busrness Manager of Prtnce of Pll sen 41 Wrnner of Beauty Contest 40 Property Charrman of Outward Bound 40 Number Nrne Ptne Street NIARY LIDA PITMA-N Entered from L R H S 39 LA1lIance Francarse 39 41 Vrce Presrdent of lnternatronal Relatrons Club 40 BILLY NICK PLASTER Entered from L R H S 39 NIARLIN ALVIN POWELL Entered from N L R H S 39 WAINDA MELBA PUSKA Entered from L R H S 39 Photography Club 39 Y W C A 39 Scrence Semrnar 39 Delta sr Ome a 40 Trojan Theater Gurld 39 41 What a Ltfe 40 Prmce o Ptlsen 41 Number Nrne Pzne Street 41 Property Charrman for Staruagon 41 REED Entered from L R H S 9 Scrence Semrnar 39 41 Phr Theta Kappa VADA JOE RHODLS Enteredf m L R H S 9 Trojan Theater Gurld, '39g Chorus, '40, Speech ClIO1r, '39, Internatronal Relatrons Club, '40, Y W C A, 39 '41, Prmce of Ptlsen, '41 HOWARD RICE Entered from Columbra lMl1113TY Academy, '39 Men's Forum, '39, Presrdent Delta Kappa Fraternrty, '40, Vrce Presr dent of Student Councrl, '40 Entered from L B S 39 Scrence Se193'rJ1a'!.g4-39' 1 Trea urer 40 German lfzfub '39 Presrdent 40 P111 The Kappa 40 Vrce Presrdent 41 atronal Conventron at Lawton Oklahoma 40 Natronal Conventron at Sacramento Calrfor ma 41 Natronal Treasurer 40 CHARLES SALE Entered from Neosho fMoJ H S LEILA SCHwARzr Entered from Ammon Hrgh Schoo Y W C A 39 41 lnternatronal Relatrons Club 40 Stunt Nrght 40 Battlecrrers 40 May Day 39 Self Expre sron Week 39 11.-UIGARET SHADDOCK Entered from L R H S 39 W 3 Battlecrrer 40 Self Expressron Week 39 'May Da 39 Clroru 39 Stunt NI ht HARVEY GENE SIMMONS Entered from L R H IDA VIAL SNIITH Entered from L R H W A 3 Delta PS1 Ome a 41 Battlecrrers 40 Secre tary lnternatronal Relatron Club 40 Beauty Contestant 40 What a Lzfe 40 Stunt Nrght 40 Trojan Theater Gurld 39 41 A srstant DI rector of Prtnce of Prlsen 41 Self Expressron Week 39 Speech Chorr 39 41 REBA SMITH Entered from L R H S, 39 Queen of the Campus, '41, Mard to Nlay Queen, '41, Phr Theta Kappa, '41, Self Expressron Week, '40, '41, Delta PS1 Omega, '40, Trojan Thea ter Gurld, '39 '41, Kmd Lady, '40, The Prznce of Pzlsen, '41, What a Llfe, '40, Battlecrrers, '40 Entered from L R H S 39 Student Councrl 39 41 Sunshine Commrttee 39 Electron Commrttee 40 Drstrrct Home Economrcs Con ventron 40 Home Economrcs Club 39 41 Presrdent 40 Chatter Staff 40 Internatronal Relatrons Club 40 L S U Delegate 41 Y W C A 39 41 Donaghey Day 40 41 Charrman of Concessrons Stunt Nrght 40 Self Expressron Week 40 41 May Day 39 Phr Theta Kappa 40 Internatronal Relatrons Conventron at L S U 41 BUTLER TOLAND Entered from Unrversrty of Arkansas WILLIAM ADELRERT WEBSTER Entered from N L R H S 39 Phr Theta Kappa 41 Student Coun crl 41 Self Expresslon Week 40 Donaghey Day 40 Stunt Nrght 39 lnternatronal Relatrons 40 Young Nlene Forum 41 Student Advrsory Commrttee 41 HLLEN LOLIS WELLS Entered from L R H S 39 Scrence Semmar 39 41 Self Expres sron Week 40 HAROLI1 WFST Entered from L R H S ELIZABETH WILKEY Entered from Jonesboro Hrgh 39 Yla Day 40 Y W C A 3941 Chorus 39 41 LAll1ance Francalse 40 Trojan Staff 40 Prince 0 Pzlsen 41 ALICE LEWIS WILLIAMS Entered from Barnard College, '40 111ARY WILSON Entered from N L R H S, '39 Assrstant Edrtor of Trojan, '39, Chat ter Staff, '40, Self Expressron Week, '40 RICHMOND WOLLSTEIN Entered from Rome fGa1 H S . 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LENELLE STEWART li fTTT Q 'wf is f if xf X 5 f Q ,, ' "" x ' -11 - , , -L Y.,7 ,f VXQQXL, , 415 gif f 5 ,55,U.If2v'?f51a5f ,x I sh, GLYNN PINXELL JEANNE FULLER HELEN HALL LANELLE SIEC-EL BETTY BROOKS HAYS ROSS JAMISON 1: 6?ff""S I I1 Ev!-:LYN 0 ,:- . :A if ,sg 'ICHARLESGSIIJEBSTER A VELMA CARTER 15 a- 1 .- I Ya. -. If V I . BOBBIE JEAN QAVIDSON ' , CAROLYNJJONES 3 FRANK WILLS REVA FIELDS JOE FARRELL DOROTHY HARDEN NORMA JEAN HYATT LENORE ROBERTS JOHN EAKIN NORMAN LISK JAMES BURROUGHS MARION DAVIDSON MARY ANID SCOTT VIRGINIA THOMPSON KENNETH RHODES LULA JOY QUERTERMOUS GORDON BRACK PATRICIA VINING PHYLLIS HOELTZEL LAMARR STINNER FLORENCE STEVENS GEORGE MCCONNELL FRANCES DONAHOE RUTH DILLON 3g1:.5.:.1Z!e?'!1?i'!' ' "-Hai.-astra-wi:-221111 ' ' ' "- :rff-4augg,.1,g.w-TR4:1-fvfg? , , 'I if Av' : 5. LENELLE ST QR? R CLOUD ' 5' 'kg' ROBERT NAYLOR F 'ii V Q A e ' 'E FREDERICK HENKER IQJDITH--'ALI1ISONf 5 5 .E QIEAN WARD BARBARA' Voss . 'BETTY JANE POWELL WHEATON cooK CHARLES' HEQUEMBOURG ' - 'EWING CUTHRIE EVELYN MAYHAN NITA LEWIS A ' ANNE LEE ' ROBERT BRADFORD JUANITA JERNIGAN FREDERICK MERCK JEANNE PUCKETT CHARLES RATCLIFF, MARGARET KERN JOHN HEGNER N ,W X--, W, W- J L Q X :fi , --'rw H W T ' " J" w 4 . Rv f rl ' Rl M N 4 , -.,... .. 1 1 T l ,T H ,iA,,,..-14: xx Q 'I , N A , V. - Y,-,, ff :ROMA-M V-I ,:-.4...E, I A " MARTHA JOHNSON DOROTHY HAXKINS WALTER HUTCHISON DANA KUMPE WARD LOWE LORAINE WARFORD . Eff, A 'ny,:fnL1,1u - . I ,ff ,1 -H JOHN NEAL LV N, ig -za JONES 4 if Af MARY LOUISE BLOCK ,. 'x- I 9 I . 7. .O .,.,,O. ..,X HOSEMARY HIQKMON M I i'CIXRIj'5WAIKIIEN b '-. A f JOE WOOD X X gl R I LELAND KOLB BxLL1E LOU RICH f ATLEY DAVIS MILORSED I-IUFFMAN - JAMES FELTON EDNA MAE SLIGH CHARLES 'FREEMYER KA THRYN FARABEE VERNON RICHARDS MARTHA GAUNT JAMES COLLAMORE MARY ERNEST HARDEN PHYLLIS WYLIE DORIS RIGGIN WILLIAM HAMILTON A -,Z-sf I TEE ESHMENQ Q:-5 s., . X f-- CAROLYN SU LSER WALKER FAIN WANDA KAY FUNK, ELIZABETH FARABEE LAVONNE WILSON CLIFFORD KOGER BOBBYE ALL TX 59136 H CIZHEMER 5' JOHN PAUL AHRENS SQ If Yi. 1 HAROLD KENDRICIQ5' A "AA nwhxx ANNETTE' WEATHERSBEE I4 HUGH TOLAND MILDRED FRIDAY I BEATRICE MORTON JACK SANDRIDGE HERBERT WOLF ' 1, BILL RUDD I V I Nomvm HESTIR MARY EVELYN WILLIAMS ' I ' ' MORRISONFIVIOORE ANDREW ARNOLD VIRGINIA ARNOLD WILLIAM S. BAILEY BOBBY BAKER JOHN WILLIAM BAKER MARTIN WILLIAM BATES ADELAIDE BECOULET JOHN BELFORD HERMAN BEMBERG M. J. BLOCK ARTHUR BOUTON VERNON BOWEN FRANK BROWN ROBERT BROWNING VIRGINIA BRUMM JEAN BRYAN JAMES J. BURNETT WALTON R. BURNETT TOM CALDER COLVIN BRYANT OTHER F RESHMEN HOWARD CALDWELL RONALD CAZORT JAMES CHAPPELL ALVA LOVE CHAUVIN ROBERT COLLINS VERA CONERY EDWIN COOK EDWARD DOBBS VEDA LEE DONHAM MERLE ELLENBOGEN HARRY ELLIS EUNICE FISHER EDITH FLETCHER JENNIE DELL FORSTER ERLE GALBRAITH JAMES GARVIN BUDDIE GAZLEY CARL GROSS CORINNE HALE ALMA HAMILTON JAMES HAMILTON HARRY CHESNEY HANEY EDWARD HANSEN WILLIAM HANSON BOB HUGHES EDDIE HUGHES MARY LUCILLE HUSTED WILLIAM JEFFRIES CHARLOTTE JERNIGAN WILLIAM J. KIRBY BENJAMIN LAMBERSON WILLIAM LANKFORD FRANCES MAY LAY FRENCH LEATHERMAN CHARLES LINCOLN JOHN WALKER LINDER RALPH LINSLEY JAMES MELVIN MARTIN JACK MCDONALD JACK MCLENDON JOE METRAILER DOROTHY MOORHEAD LOGUE OMOHUNDRO CLINTON OWEN GEORGE M. PAYNE FRANKLIN PIPPIN EVELYN PITTS ROBERT POLLOCK VIRGINIA POPE SLOAN RAINWATER MERALEN REED MARY VIRGINIA ROUTH DICK RUSSELL HAROLD SCHWALM J. B. SISK GOVAN TRIBBLE SETH WARD WILSON WERELY ARTHUR ZALOUDEK .:g.. 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RILEY ----,---.ROY BILHEIMER .-..---CHARLES WEBSTER -.,--THOMAS RUTLEDCE m----.,--.N0RMAN LISK WILLIAM WEBSTER ..----HARRY COOKE JANET TERRAL -EFRANCES ANN LEE BETTY TABB HURST MARTHA GAUNT -----,M.AX GARDNER Y,,--.JULIA LEE IRBY -.,--.BETH HAMMETT HOWARD RICE PHYLLIS HOELTZEL HERSCHEL FRIDAY QE --,g?Jff''-in-.252-34,14-, 51fE7+s'f. I, SL.. ,!T.f,L:L'ff' J" aiu. T 3,-r - . 'lr 1fl.Q'1'74,." "-', 'R-' ffyl' " 'V . A ' " " 'I' " ,, ,xig "-Qfigfi-JO. if Ijf:5.0"g7a.'Q','?':.siF-q..,' 95.1 3!'4- E-rv MY "'fE,1Q, 1,1 .I .R 1- . , ,.,,'-44 . -, , r 1, A .5 : .. ,. , , If Yifly rfi. ,.f: ,5, : 3 , lg xgfqtz WIN fs ., - - . .. - JK ' ,f I ,J -', gui :..L g,.c. M!,, A ,Li 5' , 5 fvgiyj.-.I xg-: N' QF wt ..'f:f'1f-f-. we ' " ,-ML - .- .. .- ' 2 mffzw- ,. A- if-A fl ag in ' f E3-5 ?. .fQiH-'xl 14:322-,1L,fnAf,.g1sf .14 3-Q.-'A -' If 1 Wg 4, . , .4 - A qixfi- ,qi 4 , 'nil ,A I- ' ,. g V ,4 4 , ' ' .Y k.,-- 5. ' ir ,X V, I.:-,v-?,,::,k,:31-I.: 'tim-: X: I :sim ,A , H H . .,, K . , , ,. , .. , . I A owzcif Gommiffees C. WEBSTER RILEY IRBY ROBERTS STINNER JESSUP NEWMAN BOWERS CORN S O C I A L Chairman E,,,,, ,,,.,,.,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,.,,.,., ,,.,. E L IZABETH JESSUP REBA SMITH FRED DE FRANCE ROY BILHEIMER GEORGE HU1-'SMITH BETTY HOLLAWAY CHARLES WEBSTER JOE WOOD BILLY PLASTER CHARLES RATCLIFFE JOHN JERNIGAN MARIJO PERRY CLINTON OWEN DOROTHY HANKINS SADIE JEAN GOODGAME ATHLETIC Chazrman ,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,-.,,,, BETH HAMMETT JACK SANDRIDGE RICHMOND WOLLSTEIN BUDGET Chazrman .,..,.....,.,,,,,,...,., LAMAR STINNER Chairman First ELECTION Semester .I..,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,.,., , ,,,,,,, , ,,,,., .....,,, Chairman Second Sem-ester-- CLARENCE FRENCH MARTHA JOHNSON BILL FREELING CAROLYN SULSER HOWARD RICE HERMAN BEMBERG SUNSHINE Chazrman .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,I,,,,,,,,C,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,., BEATRICE MORTON HERSCHEL FRIDAY C A L E N D A R GLYNN PINNELL MARTHA GAUNT ,-,,--,--,-.IRA CORN WALKER FAIN ROBERT BROWNING -,...--,--HARRY NEWMAN CAROLYN MONROTUS CHARLES WEBSTER -----.LAM,AR STINNER ARCHIE WILLIAMS FRANK WILLS MAX GARDNER LENORE ROBERTS HARRY WORLEY' Chazrman ,,.....,,,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,.. , ,,,,,,,,,,,I,,CI,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,, .....,,. D OROTHY BOWERS VIRGINIA BRUMM JEANNE FULLER .53 V in I E . ,- :gl I 4 , Q. M, - -V 1 ff:-.M I 1 g,gjQq',Jf'Li-Q,5511132721Afwwtfvisff-aglgkahiinn , f , , EQ 'WM-J' f 'A N, wx' 'L - ' - -w,-,,, """"j-' r-.qi ,Wig ."'7fv1'lw- ' .VJ ' ' s "-'f' .. . 1 ,Ng ,QFV -f,ff,"TS'?Tt ws: ,,,:y'Z"'1rg7'f33':'1-- '-fv ,,'f.5'1E7g,'g:.11?ILSI'. 44123: "i'1'2Y'Q fql35i I:L5L' A , -warts 5 15 1' , . rgfef- ff-Ar1.v'.f -, Lveaujuf PM - 4 ',,,,,,,. ., -eff -"" ""j I A 'i-- aff' 1 -1' 1- .-. 9, ,.f-','2'1: '-Imp:-.,,' - " ' ' -A ' :raw-vie--fr-3f-wereA-,, .7 ,' A -' -'.'f-"f1i.?i'R? r- 51:22-ifl'+i,3f 'Q f' if-Pi,-rf A R " J Mfr- ,' - " . .ff '.' ' ' 'F ' . f ' 1 Eg'Ql':1'r ' ' -L-is-1 X '.'fT',ffiP-" I.-vl2':E3-:,-,"' 4 ' - A . . A - , - 1 . sg- . ', - 3 .- . ' - Q - j,,.f:,1v:1 rolkttz BOWERS EDITORIAL STAFF Editor ,,,,,,, ,, ,w,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,4-,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,.,,-,-x,--,-,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,. DOROTHY BOWERS Freshmen Editors, ..,., ,,,,,, P HYLLIS HOELTZEL, ELIZABETH JONES Feature Editor eee,.,,,.,ee,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,..,.......,...,. FRANCES ANN LEE Assistant Feature Editor ttt, ,.,. S ADIE JEANNE GOODGAME Art Editor ..,,,oo,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,.4....., E LIZABETH WILKEY Photographer o,,, ..,..,, E LSTON LEONARD Snapshots... ,,,, , ,.,., HEBER FREEMAN Typist .,,t,.,. ,,.....,, E LSIE LEE BUSINESS STAFF Advertising Manager ,,,.,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,v,,,,v,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,...............,...... IRA CORN Assistants ,,.ss,, ,,,,,,,,, J ACK CARROLL, CLINT COOPER, ERLE GALRRAITH, CHARLES MOTT HOELTZEL E. JONES LEONARD E. LEE FREEMAN CORN GOODGAME COOPER WILKEY F. A. LEE , H, .,....e,A.. F I N: X I lt- 1 1, ,,..v- : V Goffeqe Gkcuffm F. A. LEE S T A F F LUCILLE BATTLE NANCY ELIZABETH HAMMETT IRA CORN FRANCES ANN LEE JAMES GANNAWAY MARY WILSON SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME JANET TERRAL HEBER FREEMAN RICHMOND WOLLSTEIN HAMMETT BATTLE F- A- LEE CORN GOODCAME TERRAL FREEMAN afffecrims GOODGAME President .,..,...... Vice President ,..,,,. Secretary ..... Treasurer ..,,,.. RUTH ANN BURNETT FRANCES DONAHOE JEANNE FULLER ERLE GALBRAITH MARTHA GAUNT SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME HELEN HALL BETH HAMMETT DOROTHY HANKINS PHYLLIS HOELTZEL BETTY TABB HURST ELIZABETH JESSUP FULLER JESSUP OFFICERS F. A. LEE ELIZABETH JESSUP ---...,SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME MEMBERS ,-I,,,,,-,-,,,.IMISSY LEE ---...-JEANNE FULLER MARTHA JOHNSON SARAH KENDRICK FRANCES ANN LEE BEATRICE MORTON MARIJO PERRY BILLIE RICH LENORE ROBERTS LEILA SCHWARZE MARGARET SHADDOCK IDA MAE SMITH REBA SMITH LLEWELLYN SPRIGG LENELLE STEWART Izferzzafiozza Qefafions PITMAX President ...,.,.,,-... Vice President ....,,. Secretary ...... BILL BAKER JOHNNIE FRANCES BROWN ROBERT COLLINS IRA CORN FREDERIC COHN CLINT COOPER, JR. FREDERICK CLOUD ATLEY DAVIS RUTH MARIE DILLON WALKER FAIN BILL FREELING HERSCHEL FRIDAY WANDA KAY FUNK JAMES GARVIN HAROLD GRANT DONALD GREER CORN OFFICERS MEMBERS ALICE GROSS CHARLES HADFIELD BILL HANSON JULIA LEE IRBY ELIZABETH JONES JOHN JERNIGAN LELAND KOLB FRANCES MAY LAY VIRGINIA MADISON PRENTISS MIXON HELEN MORINC CLINTON OWEN KENNETH RHODES VADA-JOE RHODES BILL RUDD DICK RUSSELL I, M. SMITH ,,,--.--....IRA CORN MARY PITMAN ....,.IDA MAE SMITH LEILA SCHWARZE IDA MAE SMITH CLAUDE SPYRES LENELLE STEWART LAMAR C. STINNER J UANITA STOLZ MARY PITMAN JANET TERRAL BILLY WEBSTER CHARLES WEBSTER ALICE WILLIAMS ARCHIE WILLIAMS HERBERT WOLF JOE WOOD HARRY WXZORLEY dence embzar RUTLEDGE Preszdent , ...,,.., Vice President Secretary ,,,,.,..... Treasurer .,.,, MARY LOUISE ADAIR C. L. ADAMS BILL ALSTADT SCOTT BAKER LUCILLE BATTLE MAURICE BESSER VERLINE BINNS EVELYN BISCHOF LANELL BLUNDELL HERSGHEL BOWMAN HARVEY BROWN JAMES BURROUGHS LILA CHURCH WHEATON COOK ELIZABETH FARABEE KATHRYN FARABEE CHARLES FREEMYER MAX GARDNER CH.ADDIE GRAY JAMES GROSS CHURCH HODGES REED OFFICERS MEMBERS W. J. HAMILTON ROSEMARY HICKMON FRED HENKER JOE BILL HOGOTT CLEVE HODGES GEORGE HUFSMITH BUDDY HUTCHISON ROSS JAMISON ELEANOR JONES HERBERT KAUEMAN HAROLD KENDRICK B. D. KING EDITH KINKEAD WM. J. KIRBY ELSIE LEE RALPH LINSLEY RUSSELL MATGHETT FRED MERCK CARL NEEL BETTY JANE POWELL ---.-.CLEVE HODGES LILA CHURCH C. REED THOMAS RUTLEDGE ANNA J EANNE PUCKETT WANDA PUSKA SLOAN RAINWATER CHARLES RATCLIFF E. C. REED MARY VIRGINIA ROLTH LOUIS RUSHING JAMES RUSSELL THOMAS RUTLEDGE CHARLES S.ALE EDNA MAE SLIGH CAROLYN SULSER HENRY TANNER GEORGE THOMAS LORAINE WARFORD CARL WARREN HELEN WELLS BILL WERELY FRANK WII,LS PHYLLIS WYLIE izqirzeen I COOKE President ......,. ..... Vice Presiclentn-, ,v,,, Secretary ,..... Treasurer .,... JOHN AHRENS ROBERT BAKER BILL BATES M. J. BLOCK HURERT BURKHALTER J. E. CIAGLE JAMES CHAPPELL HARRY COOKE HARRY ELLIS HAROLD GRANT JAMES GROSS EDWARD HANSEN ALAN HARPENDING BILL HAMILTON JOHN HEGNER JOE BILL HOCOTT GEORGE HUFSMITH ROBERT HUGHES GORDON JACKMAN ROSS JAMISON PHILLIP JOHNSON HERBERT KAUFMAN ORD KIMZEY KIMZEY OFFICERS MEMBERS KOGER ,WLHARRY COOKE -.----CLIEEORD KOGER E. CAGLE --.,-.ORD KIMZEY CLIFFORD KOGER JACK MCLENDON CLARENCE MAUS JOEL MORRIS JOHN THOMAS NEAL HARRY NEWMAN LOGUE OMOHUNDRO GEORGE PAYNE MARLIN POWELL JAMES RUSSELL THOMAS RUTLEDGE PHILLIP SCHEID J. B. SISK HUGH TOLAND GOYAN TRIBBLE GEORGE TSCHIEMER JAMES WAGE THOMAS WELCH FRANK WILLS WILLIAM WINN HAROLD WINZEL ARTHUR ZALOUDEK WZWMLIZ IAA KENDRXCK RUTLEDGE HODGES OFFICERS President ,,,,,. .,.,,, T HOMAS RUTLEDGE Secretary ,.,,.. ........... C LEVE HODGES Treasurer rrr,.. ,,,,,,, H AROLD KENDRICK MEMBERS DOROTHY BOWERS HARVEY BROWN JAMES BURROUOHS JAMES COLLAMORE WHEATON COOK HARRY COOKE ELIZABETH FARABEE KATHRYN FARABEE CHARLES FREEMYER WANDIA KAY FUNK MAX GARDNER CLEVE HOIJOES RALPH HERBERT KAUFMAN HAROLD KENDRICK WILLIAM JOSEPH KIRBY DOROTHEA LANDMANN ELSIE LEE RALPH LINSLEY LES MATHEWS FRED MERCK THOMAS RUTLEDGE WILLIAM SCHMID PJLTRICIA VININO Bfqffiance Ccjzwzcaise JESSUP Presldent. .... Secretary ..... Treasurer. ....,. ADELAIDE BECOULET VIRGINIA BRUMM WAYNE BURTON EUGENIA CRAWFORD BOBBIE JEAN DAVIDSON MARION DAVIDSON J ENNIE DELL FORSTER CLARENCE FRENCH MILDRED FRIDAY JEANNE FULLER JAMES GROSS DOROTHY HANKINS BETH HAMMETT MARY ERNEST HARDEN ROSEMARY HICKMON SAM HITT ELIZABETH J ESSUP M-ARTHA JOHNSON PERRY F. A. LEE OFFICERS ---,,--.MARIJO PERRY -VHELIZABETH JESSUP ,C,.-,,FRANCES ANN LEE MEMBERS BILLY KING ELSIE LEE FRANCES ANN LEE NORMAN LISK WARD LOWE JEANNE LESEM MARIJO PERRY MARY PITMAN CHARLES RATCLIFF BILLIE RICH LENORE ROBERTS LANELLE SIEGEL LLEWELLYN SPRIGG ANNETTE WEATHERSBEE ELIZABETH WILKEY ALICE WILLIAMS PATRICIA VINING mea. STOLZ HURST IRBY SPRIGG OFFICERS Presidenz ...,. ..,. .,., L ,.., L L ,,.A, v,..A B ETTY TABB HURST Vice President ...,.. .,,. A ....... .JUANITA STOLZ Secretary .,.. .., .. Q ..,,. ...A . ..,. J ULIA LEE IRBY Treasurer ,,.... .Q ,,,,e, ..... L LEWELLYN SPRIGC JANET TERRAL SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME MARY LOUISE ADAIR BOBBYE ALLBRIGHT LUCILLE BATTLE VERLINE BINNS EVELYN BISCHOF MARY LOUISE BLOCK DOROTHY BOWERS HELEN BRAZIL .IOHNNIE FRANCES BROWN RUTH ANN BURNETT ETHELYN DABBS BOBBIE JEAN DAVIDSON MARIAN DAVIDSON RUTH DILLON FRANCES DONAHOE ELIZABETH FARABEE KATHRYN FARABEE JENNIE DELL FORSTER JEANNE FULLER WANDA KAY FUNK ERLE GALBRAITH CABINET MEMBERS ELIZABETH JESSUP MARTHA JOHNSON MARTHA GAUNT MEMBERS ALICE GROSS HELEN HALL BETH HAMMETT MARY ERNEST HARDEN BETTY BROOKS HAYS PHYLLIS I-IOELTZEL NORMA JEAN HYATT JUANITA JERNIGAN CAROLYN JONES ELEANOR JONES ELIZABETH JONES SARAH KENDRICK MARGARET KERN EDITH KINKEAD DOROTHEA LANDMANN ELSIE LEE FRANCES ANN LEE JULIA LEMON VIRGINIA MADISON BEATRICE MORTON EVELYN OSWALD DOROTHY HAVRINS ANNE LEE MARIJO PERRY MARY PITMAN VIRGINIA POPE WANIJA PUSKA VADA-JOE RHODES BILLIE LOU RICH DORIS RIGGIN LENORE ROBERTS LEILA SCHWARZE MARY ANID SCOTT MARGARET SHADDOCK EDNA MAE SLIGH IDA MAE SMITH REBA SMITH FLORENCE STEVENS LENELLE STEWART VIRGINIA THOMPSON BARBARA VOSS ANNETTE WEATHERSBEE PHYLLIS WYLIE ome cmzomics C. JONES TERRAL OFFICERS President .......,,, Vice President ,,..,. Secretary ,,,,4,.... MEMBERS BOBBYE ALLBRIGHT ADELAIDE BECOULET MARY LOUISE BLOCK JOHNNIE FRANCES BROWN RUTH ANN BURNETT DOROTHY CARROTHERS EUGENIA CRAWFORD CORINNE HALE HELEN HALL BETTY BROOKS HAYS JULIA IRBY CAROLYN JONES LEMON ...,.,.JANET TERRAL ,.---.-.CAROLYN JONES .EWJULIA LEMON MARGARET KERN EDITH KINKEAD JULIA LEMON NEOMA LYON BEATRICE MORTON BILLIE RICH MARY ANID SCOTT LLEWELLYN SPRIGG FLORENCE STEVENS JANET TERRAL LORAINE WARFORD ro fem flzeafm Qu, FRENCH BILHEIMER BOWERS OFFICERS President ...,..... A.A,. R OY BILHEIMER Vice President ,.... ..e.. C LARENCE FRENCH Secretary ,,.,, ,.e.. D OROTHY BOWERS MEMBERS BOBBYE ALLBRICHT ANDREW HERMON ARNOLD VIRGINIA ARNOLD WILLIAM BAILEY LUCILLE BATTLE JOHN HERBERT BELFORD HERMAN BEMBERG ROY BILHEIMER M. J. BLOCK MONROE DANIEL BOONE DOROTHY BOWERS GORDON BRACK HELEN BRAZIL FRANK BROWN ROBERT BROWNING JEAN BRYAN COLVIN BRYANT HOWARD LEE CALDWELL DOROTHY CARROTHERS VELMA CARTER ALVA LOVE CHAUVIN FREDERICK CLOUD JAMES COLLAMORE ROBERT COLLINS EDWIN EUGENE COOK CLINT COOPER ROBBIE JEAN DAVIDSON MARIAN DAVIDSON ATLEY DAVIS RUTH DILLON WALTER EDWARD DOBBS FRANCES DONAHOE MERLE ELLENBOGEN WALKER FAIN JOE FARRELL JIMMY FELTON EDITH FLETCHER JENNIE DELL FORSTER CLARENCE FRENCH HERSCHEL FRIDAY MILDRED FRIDAY JEANNE FULLER WANDA KAY FUNK ERLE GALBRAITH JAMES MONROE GARVIN, JR. MARTHA GAUNT BUDDIE THOMAS GAZLEY SADIE JEANNE GOODGAME CARL GROSS EWING GUTHRIE CHARLES HADFIELD HELEN HALL JAMES HAMILTON CHESNEY HANEY DOROTHY HANKINS WILLIAM HANSON DOROTHY HARDEN MARY ERNEST HARDEN GENE HAUN ROSEMARY HICKMON PHYLLIS HOELTZEL EDDIE HUGHES ROBERT HUGHES BETTY TABB HURST WALTER HUTCHISON NORMA JEAN HYATT WILLIAM JEFFRIES CHARLOTTE JERNIGAN JOHN JERNIGAN JUANITA JERNIGAN ELIZABETH JESSUP MARTHA JOHNSON CAROLYN JONES ELIZABETH JONES LELAND KOLB DOROTHEA LANDMANN FRANCES MAY LAY ANNE LEE ELSTON LEONARD JEANNE LESEM CHARLES LINCOLN JOHN WALKER LINDER WARD LOWE JACK ROBERT MCDONALD EVELYN MAYHAN JOE METRAILER PRENTISS MIXON, JR. DOROTHY MOORHEAD CHARLES MOTT HARRY NEWMAN EVELYN OSWALD CLINTON OWEN LEGER PARKER GEORGE PAYNE MARIJO PERRY GLYNN PINNELL FRANKLIN PIPPIN EVELYN LOUISE PITTS TOMMIE PLASTER ROBERT POLLOCK WANDA PUSKA LULA JOY QUERTERMOUS MERALEN REED KENNETH RHODES BILLIE LOU RICH VERNON LEE RICHARDS DORIS RIGGIN LENORE ROBERTS MARY VIRGINIA ROUTH DICK MORRIS RUSSELL JACK SANDRIDGE HAROLD EUGENE SCHWALM MARY ANID SCOTT MELLIE SHARPE LANELLE SIEGEL EDNA MAE SLIGH ALDEN SMITH IDA MAY SMITH MARTHA SUE SMITH REBA SMITH FLORENCE STEVENS LENELLE STEWART WINFRED STILES LAMAR STINNER CAROLYN SULSER CONSTANCE TERRY VIRGINIA THOMPSON PATRICIA VINING BARBARA ELLEN VOSS JAMES MARTIN WAGE WILMA JEAN WARD SETH WARD LORAINE WARFORD CARL WARREN ANNETTE WEATHERSBEE CHARLES WEBSTER DOUGLAS WELLS WILSON WERELY FRANK WILLS ARCHIE WILLIAMS HERBERT WOLFE JOE WOOD HARRY WORLEY If "" I ,I 4 I TN 'x XI: 1 X 5 1 I ., I Vs 01' LL5 .4 XTX I if I Pg Neg A X, I Ja -QQ 'Q Q 'Q N 1 ? Q29 PINNELL JESSUP HU:-'SMITH B. DAVIDSON HAXKINS -. President ,......v.. Vice President ...... Secretary ..... Librarians ,,,,e MARY LOUISE ADAIR VIRGINIA ARNOLD ROBERT BAKER MARGARET BALDWIN ROY BILHEIMER DOROTHY BOWERS ROBERT BOYDSTONE HELEN BRAZIL VIRGINIA BRUMM JEAN BRYAN LILA CHURCH BOBBIE DAVIDSON MARION DAVIDSON RUTH DILLON VEDA LEE DONHAM FRANCES DONAHOE JIMMY FELTON JENNIE DELL FORSTER CHARLES FREEMYER CLARENCE FRENCH MILDRED FRIDAY ERLE GALBRAITH MARTHA GAUNT CHADDIE GRAY OFFICERS MEMBERS JAMES HAMILTON CHESNEY HANEY DOROTHY HARDEN GENE HAUN PHYLLIS HOELTZEL GEORGE HUFSMITH BETTY TABB HURST NORMA HYATT JULIA LEE IRBY ELIZABETH JESSUP MARTHA JOHNSON CAROLYN JONES HAROLD KENDRICK DOROTHEA LANDMANN FRANCES MAY LAY ELSIE LEE EVELYN MAYHAN DOROTHY MOORHEAD BEATRICE MORTON ROBERT NAYLOR CLINTON OWEN GLYNN PINNELL FRANKLIN PIPPIN --.MGEOROE HUFSMITH ..-DBOBBIE JEAN DAVIDSON ,.-.EL1zA.BETH JESSUP GLYNN PINNELL ' DOROTHY HANKINS LULA JOY QUERTERMOUS SLOAN RAINWATER VADA-JOE RHODES VERNON RICHARDS DORIS RIGGIN W. B. RILEY LENORE ROBERTS MARY VIRGINIA ROUTH EDNA MAE SLIGH MARTHA SUE SMITH REBA SMITH FLORENCE STEVENS WINFRED STILES CAROLYN SULSER CONSTANCE TERRY VIRGINIA THOMPSON BARBARA VOSS SETH WARD WILMA JEAN WARD DOUGLASS WELLS WILSON WERELY ELIZABETH WILKEY WILLIAM WINN TM Kkefa appa BOW ERS RUTLEDGE STOLZ JESSUP Preszdenl .,...,,..,,, Vzce President ...... Secretary ..... T1 easurer A,,,.,..,, A,,,,,A S, Council Representative ...... ROY BILHEIMER DOROTHY BOWERS LILA CHURCH HARRY COOKE MARTHA GAUNT GENE HAUN JOHN HEGNER SAM HITT CLEVE HODOES BETTY TABB HURST JULIA LEE IRBY ELIZABETH JESSUP ELSIE LEE OFFICERS 1 ..'- -., 55,5 " MEMBERS ..,,,,,v,..JUANIT.I STOLZ .-,,.-.THOMAS RUTL DCE DOROTHY BOII ERS L.,.,.ELIzARETH JESSLP L,,-.,,HARRY COOIxF FRANCES ANN LEE J EANNE LESEM HELEN MORINO HARRY NEWMAN E. C. REED W. B. RILEY LENORE ROBERTS THOMAS RUTLEDGE REBA SMITH LAMAR STINNER JUANITA STOLZ JANET TERRAL WILLIAM WEBSTER gghi Zlzefa .jcapp OCTOBER IXITIATION FOUNDERS' DAY DINNER alfa Qi Omega , eyf l . " U' ,J LEONARD PERRY xjfjxyx yiN.i'i! JXQKNIGAR7 xy' gf' f l 'I 'Qi V lf 1 I 'I 1 fl A I 'fi 'Til V T 'X-L ,V 1 lgjif - fifil X 4.-fffx ffl. fx xl: S jlf N X I ' 'V' ' RX ff' i 'V df QW, lj! iv' lf I ff.. if President -.,,...,.,,-, ..., l ....,,, J.. ....,.... if .R,.,, LQDJOH ERNIQA 1 ' jf f,-,I " rfb jbb ,DME fi - if Vice President ,,....,.M ...,,,.. 7 1,17 ...., ......,.... 1 .A.,,. ELST N L?f3NAR if ' f . R , g f A Secretary .R,-,,,.... .,R,- ,,MR rt, ,,,..... 4 .,...,,, as ,.R. sig-tMARrJffi PERB l f ,jx I Y 7 Nfl! l l A 'T : . 5 PJJB f If 2 Vi' if in A I X i ' 'W ff ' mf' W ' A A ll' ,'.' ,N If f' x ' 1 ,X y fi , I DELTA PSI OMEGA is an honorary dramatic fr fernity for junior colleges. There are at present 1411 chapters in colleges over the country, and nine new chapters have applied for membership. The chapter at Little Rock Junior College is Cast 123. A regularly enrolled student of satisfactory scholarship may obtain membership by participation in a certain number of plays, by the production of an original play, by serving as business manager, stage manager, or student director of two plays, or by staff Work, such as carpentry, lighting, properties, scene painting, and costume making and designing. The right to confer membership in Delta Psi Omega is placed in the hands of the faculty director. -'R 'Zig 'qw ,ww N 1 "gf O.."T..-' " 'lr I -,Q yy, "-2. effa QS! mega MEMBERS .1 v.-1-..T,- -. I ,. , V 'Q we .,,4 ROY BTLHETMER DOROTHY BOWERS CLINT COOPER CLARENCE FRENCH HERSCHEL FRIDAY CHARLES HADEIELD SAM HITT BETTY TARR HURST JOHN JERNIGAN ELIZABETH JEESUP ORD KIMSEY ELSTON LEONARD JEANNE LESEM PRENTISS MIXON LEGER PARKER MARIJO PERRY NVANDA PUSKA HARRY ROBERTS IDA MAE SMITH REBA SMITH JESSUP LESEM BOWERS R. SMITH JERNIGAN MIXON HURST PERRY PUSKA I. M. SMITH HADFIELD LEONARD BILHEIMER COOPER FRENCH PARKER FRIDAY 1 effa appa OFFICERS President RICHMOND WOLLSTEIN Vwe Preszdenz 4,.. ,. ..,7 C HARLES RATCLIFF Secretary ,..,.. 7 ,,, , ARCHIE WILLIAMS Treasurer ,,,,,,,.....,,,,,, , ...,..,,,, BILL FREELING Publicity Director LLLLLL LL.... T oIvIIvI1E PLASTER Historian ,,LLLL,LL,LL.... ....,. G ORDON BRACK DELTA KAPPA KAPERS alfa appa FIRST ROW-COLLINS, WOOD, RATCLIFF. B. PLASTER. BROWN, SCHWALM, WOOLSTEIN, POWELL SECOND ROW-T. PLASTER, ROBERTS, ELLIS. DAVIS. BRACK, FLEMING, GARVIN, LINDER THIRD ROW-CHAPPELL, BURROUCHS. KOLB, BYANT, WELCH, CAGLE. FARMERE, BLOCK FOURTH ROW-ATKINSON. RHODES, FREELING, PAYNE, RICE. TOLAND OTHER MEMBERS C. KOCER. F. PIPPIN. H. WEST A. WILLIAMS, W. KIIIBY ' HE Delta Kappa Fraternity was organized at Yale University in 1845 and in a short time grew to be a large body, national in scope. After the Civil War it disbanded and then reorganized the last part of the Nineteenth century. In 1930 an organization known as Phi Delta Chi was started by a group of Little Rock Junior College students, which later became aililiated with the national Delta Kappa Fraternity and is known as the Theta Chapter. In 1935 the Theta Chapter disbanded and a little later the national organization went out of existence. Then in 1938 the chapter was again organized, with 28 charter members. Since that time Delta Kappa has been a very active group on the Jaycee campus. Social events this year have included open houses, hayrides, stag parties, dances, treasure hunts, swimming parties, and dinners. One of the interesting events was the dance at the Robinson Auditorium when the late Hal Kemp was made an honorary member. The ninety-fifth anniversary of Delta Kappa was commemorated at a dinner dance at the Marion Hotel. Members always anticipate the party at Fountain Lake in early June and the Alumni Party in September. fbi Giipbvi eia RILEY COOPER MOTT CORN JACKMAN FRENCH LEONARD LISK KIMZEY BERRY STINNER WORLEY WEBSTER WILLS HUFSNIITH RICHARDS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER President .,.,....I,,,,... ,AI,,,, W . B. RILEY , ,.,7,,,,. ,,...,.I Vice President ,.,..,, pp, ,,,., ,ROY BILIJIEIMER ...... , E7.E Treasurer, E,.,.. .-,QQLSICLINT KCOOPER ,,..,, Secretary ,.......,. ,,,,., 5 ,,,e,,CHA,RfLES IVIOTT vE,,- ..., . ,. Historian .,.iE. - JQJLUIRA CORN .. .,,.. Pledge Master .,.Qt..,11'GoRnoN JACKMAN .... .. OIPHER MEMBERS JAMES GANNAWAY WILLIAM BAILEY BILHEIMER PARKER FARRELL BRADFORD SECOND SEMESTER CLINT COOPER NORMAN LISK CHARLES WTEBSTER IRA CORN JOE FARRELL W. B. RILEY JOHN BELFORD Phi Alpha Beta has always contributed its Share of leaders to campus organiza- tions, and this year has been no exception. Members have held many honorary and elective positions, including the presidency of the student body, the presidency of the Sophomore and the Freshman classes, and three members of Phi Theta Kappa. The anniversary dinner dance, rush parties, open houses and other social functions have filled the Phi Alph Social calendar for the year. SHE financial success of .THE TROJ AN was made possible through the gener- ous cooperation of our ad- vertisers. We can best show our appreciation of their interest in this publication by patronizing these firms and individuals in the future. -The staff. A ji., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 -1llig1lly1.4-1.11.1 1 1 1 1 1 The Goo.W. Donagho Foundation iiaifisl Administration Building Little Rock Junior College Donors: GOVERNOR and MRS. GEORGE W. DONAGHEY F. W. ALLSOPP ALFRED G. KAHN Members of Foundation G. 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Somebody has said, 4'The world is full of people working their heads off trying to do well, things not worth doing at all." Education should be highly selective. It should apply specifically to the needs of the indi- vidual-and it may be accepted as a positive fact that one of the needs of every individual is the ability to make his own living. Some types of education do not prepare for employmentg they simply give the student the capacity to acquire more education-and in this practical age, education ought to prepare the graduate to fit into the scheme of things. It ought to make him independent under all conditions-self-supporting whether business is brisk or dull, times good or bad. We call your earnest attention to the fact that business is the world,s overshadowing occupa- tion-the one in which men and women of all degrees of preparation can find opportunities. And even if you are not planning to make a profession of business, you will find business training invaluable in any occupation to which you may give yourself. If you are to be a farmer, a farmer'S wife, a scientist, a doctor, a nurse, an engineer, a mechanic, or a lawyer, you will do your work better if you are trained to understand business, its implications, and its processes. Many men of experience say, "My child shall have a business education no matter what he chooses as his principle vocation. Business is the one type of education essential to the welfare of workers in all fields." So, we hope that as you look ahead to the time at which you will be responsible for your own support and your own achievements, you will remember that business training will help you to do better whatever may fall to your lot to be done. C O U R S E DEGREE COURSES 1. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION- Leading to business degree of Associate of Accounts. 2. ADVANCED ACCOUNTANCY- Leading to business degree of Associate of Accounts. 3. COMMERCIAL TEACHERS TRAINING - Leading to degree of Associate of Commercial Science. Attend a School That Is Not Only Accredi Education of Arkansas and the Nationa FOR FREE BULLETIN, C raughon Where Business Is Taught As Business Is Done - - - - - --:::::.-,-.-- - ::::::::,-,- ::::.-.-:::.s:::::,-- ::,-::::::- :.-.-ss, ,---- :4 'I 4+ 4+ 4+ + 4+ Is Forecast FOI' 1 9 44 1 4 41 + 4+ 4+ 4 THREE GREAT OPPORTUNITIES 4 In addition to the added strength, happiness, breadth of view, and all that go into the lifting power of education. there are three definite opportunities for DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF BUSI- 4+ NESS graduates. 4: 1. The opportunity to secure a position in private business. 2. The opportunity to secure government employment through Civil Service. 3. The opportunity to teach commercial subjects. 4+ + The first opportunity is unbounded in extent and level. This is the greatest country' on earth 4, and admittedly the greatest commercial country of the world, doing business of every kind, large ,4 and small-a volume never before reached by any country. Millions of people and b1ll10nS of 4, dollars are engaged in it. For this great unmeasured and unmeasurable field DRAUGHON 4+ SCHOOL OF BUSINESS prepares young people, and business seems to like the ones whom we ,4 prepare, because it absorbs all of them who are fit. 4+ Then, there are the countless levels of business, from youngsters doing the simplest details to the million-dollar-a-year men who manage business empires. For many of these levels-the 44 DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS prepares its students, and hundreds whom It has trained 4, have reached the highest levels mentioned above. The second opportunity-that of government employment--is about as limitless as the first 4+ for the same reasons-bigness. Millions of both men and women are in government service, 44 municipal, state, or federal. Passing a Civil Service examination makes one eligible for some 4, one of the more than million places that must be filled. For such places the DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS trains its students. 4, l The third opportunity-that of teaching-may not have as many openings as either the first 4: or the second, but since there is a shortage of commercial teachers, it makes the certainty of 4+ employment in this as great as in the other lieldsg in fact, we have never failed to place 100W ,4 of our teacher graduates. 4+ I 4+ 4 a F F E R E D 4 + DIPLOMA coURsEs + 1. Executive Secretarial 10. Salesmanship 2. General Business 11. Court Reporting 4, 3. Business Secretarial 12. Civil Service 44 4. Commercial Banking 13. Receptionist and Office Training .4 5. Executive Accounting 14. Radio 4+ 6. Ford Dealers Accounting 15. Comptometer It 7. General Motors Accounting 16. Calculators 4: 8. Mechanical Accounting 17. P. B. X. Training 4+ 9. Stenographic 18. Typing 44 4+ 4 t Approved by the State Department of ation of Accreflitell Commercial Schools 4: 4+ 4+ ITE, OR PHONE 2-2128 4 4 O 4' +I 4+ 4+ 31 4+ fl 4 4 Little Rock, Arkansas 11 i I: 4+ ---- - - -1 Compliments of MOSES MELODY SHOP sian1am11m1nu-un1uu-nn-nn--:en-mx:nn1nu.-uu.1uu-nu1nu- Qc SHEPHERD Si COMPANY Insurance General Agents LITTLE ROCK An Arkansas Insurance House Joshua K. Shepherd G c eneral A en RADIOS RECORDS Frank E. ivan Special Agent Compliments of Best W'ishes to Jaycee S 5 MRS. OVERCASH'S cz me AMERICAN CLEANERS Sc LAUNDRY Second to Third on Broadway 1223 W. Capitol Phone 9161 1 I - ---- - --f- ---- '--' - --IQ ------- I - --,- - - -4- -1-i-- '--- - ---- - ---- - --II -u--- ---- - -"- ---- --f- - alll - - --'- - Im- -1- 1mg1m,1 1,m1uu1,m1,m1lm-nu1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,...m,1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11.-.1.n.,1.,m..m..,,,,-.W You College Men and Collegiennes Who Will Be Back at Old J. 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'1G m. m. QDIWIW company .,1m11111111 1111111-...111111....11.-111un1 im' 11111 11111111 n n1lul1n..? l!on1un11ul :i111111111 - - 'I' L 1 I l CONGRAT LATI e 5 U ONS e e JAYCEERS To Graduates j j EAT and sHoP at I 9 Vestal Flowers, Inc. S 512 Broadway Phone 2-4111 Your Neighborhood Drug Store . , l I Next to Kmg Cole S L Fifteenth and Gaines T T Tuul' 7 "1llllTllllTIIlllIllll!IIll1IIH7IIIITIIII1 7 7 llll inlglliugg giQl1lm7nyll img-7 llll 7 llll 7IIII1llllu1llll7llII1llIIl 1 S1 Tl -nu1nu1 -un:su1uu:1nu...nu1n1 1 1 1 111.1-.l4.l.-1 J,n.-nu.- .- 1 1 1 ... 1 1 -. 1 1 1 1 .- '!' I I I I l P0P"'a' SUBJZEE 1 HOME OF SMART, i T ' JUNIOR MISS Dresses HANDSOME ROCKLEIGH SUITS Famous Footwear BAUMAN'S Serving Arkansas for Fifty Years i i KEMPNERVS 302 Main street Z - Il.. --,-,, ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,, , ,- ,,,, ,- ,,,, 1 Ni, ,!,,,.. ,,,, , ,,,, ,1---- ------ - I lm-111i11.1.1111111l,u1n..1u,,i.....1-11 1.-11-..1,...,,-. THE 1941 TROJAN Engraved by A:?5ENG1g4e 2 1 g E 8 Q QS ,7'TLE R Peerless Engraving Cempann Little Rock, Arkansas Arkansas' Annual Engravers :fe -1111-nn-11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-1111-1111-111111111-v -Q 91414-111411111-. -. 1111111111--1111-1111:111111111111111: 1 11111 FREIDERICA HOTEL Little Rock's Center for Social Functions ..1111-.1111.- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111-111,111 1un11111t. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .. .. .-.1111111111 ALLSOPP Sr CHAPPLE BOOK STORE BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 307-309 Main Street 11111-11111 1 -. 1 1 1 .- 1 1 -. 1 111111111111 --111111111111-11111 1 1 1111111111... -1111111111111111111-1111...11111111111111 Compliments of W R I G H T SERVICE COMPANY SELLING WILLARD BATTERIES on Broadway at Second Arkansas' Finest Service Station 1111111111111111111111-111111111-11111111111111111111 11111--11111111111 11-.1111,.1111111,11 .-1111-.11,11 1 1 1 ...11,1.- 1 111.-11 College Inn 11111111111111111:11u-111111111-1111-nrll..1111.-11 1un1n111n1111111.- n-un 11111-1111-nn 11:111111111111111111nu111111111111111-un -un-1 QUALITY FLOWERS "The Shop of Friendly Service" Phone 4-2231 624-26 Louisiana St ,lungkind Photo uppl CO. Full Line of All Kinds of Artists' ff"- Materials for School Purposes s f fvvvvsp- 1 W fl u E 6' i Plain and Decorated Crepe, Confetti, f' W Serpentine and Noise Makers EASTMAN KODAKS AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Films Developed and Printed Postage Stamps and Stamp Albums 114 West Fourth Street Telephone 8312 oil u1i1111-,1111:-11--1111-111111111111111111111,-1111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 -. 11111 HARRIS FOTOGRAFER 716 MAIN CONGRATULATIONS Phone 4-0600 T0 GRADUATES Speclal Rates to Students HAVERTY FURNITURE CO 413 MAIN ST PHONE 4 2334 COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP 2017 KAVANAUGH Lzttle Roclis Leadmg Home F urmsher Compllments of H111 Crawford 81 Lanford, Inc Investments 305 Boyle Bulldmg Phone 5174 SNODGRASS 81 BRACY 110 Maln Street Dleet RUBE 81 SCOTT at the MEN'S SHOP 417-4-19 Mam St Llttle Rock It S the F1-Tendly Atmosphere' That S What Our Customers Say They Llke About Our Store' And they we Good reason to say It because for over three quarters of a century we have been noted for just that for our frlendly Servlce our vxllllngness to DIVC you the best at PIICCS that are pleaslng to alll It 1S a matter of prlde Wlth us and We strlve to malntaln at all trmes a plea ant contact wlth the Arkansas pub and though we have arrlved at a venerable age we k1Ck up our heels wlth the most modern and you youngsters w1ll find us young along mth you our College Shop contalns the latest fads and fancles of 1941 youth' You're Always Welcome at THE SHOPPING CENTER OF LITTLE ROCK 'U' 1111 1111 1111111111-1111111111111111111111111111:-111111111-1111-111111111-11111111111-if fI0lI1IIIl1 '1 1 1 1 -' 1 1 -' 1 1 1 1 "uni Q 1 1 1 11:1-11-.--. 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