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

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BOGAN ibeicafion Because of the inspiration he has given to his many students in the field of chemistry, because of the untiring effort and personal interest he takes with his every student, because of his constant efforts to graduate from Junior College only the highest type of person, and because of his many long years of service to Junior College, we respectively dedicate this 1952 edition of the Little Rock Junior College TROJ AN to Mr. Herman Bogan. 3 , . f,-1 he I .4 V X f TS sr or 2 W' 'SQ '7" 3 'iQSff'5!l Q X, QWQXX- F " 'ze ' ' . Q sggsw, 3, , S Y 2 N livwfw qi.: ' N DN 7 I4 5 f J Q be fx X f fi Q , Q X W f' X f Wi ff X X f s 1 W xx X s X S X s W 5 QWW 3' W N ,I This leads to our R S classes Under shade 1 gr f , , 13 'f , 4, ,ff:M,s,,,,1Z A sAgf',gf?g'iW'gsQ:f,,,,5l : s, ,N fm. ,...,, " 'M' " . X . X W ,,'3?a, P ' .D M The Armory is for special events Q few J- si e 'f QQ Q .M ' ,. '1 S y .sf 1' gf' j ,,- ' ,m,-,v ,. X- 1' 1 . ' H ' sf Y fi, f 2 ' . 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Autumn foliage John A. Larson Library- The House of Knowledge ' fi r .sr W--M "E 2 We i fa This is the upper campus from the air OUR CAMPUS AS WE SEE IT IN 1952 The north and south buildings and the library are just the beginnings of our new home. Built on the southwest corner of our 80-acre tract, they face Hayes Street. When the Administration Building is erected just south of the library, a perfect quadrangle will be formed, and when we look through the colonnade between the two, We will see at the far east end of the campus the gymnasium which is now being constructed. is f l 'E ' Wx,-5 4 Y' . 1 i J 6 E ff S 4. AN , X44 - Sas 1 A cool spot for rest f 7 "Q J , . , , S' 3434' - Q. v Ml :N 4 X ,ff The gymnasium, our own house for athletics and parties, will soon be completed The North Building, for classes 'lr .s s Nw-. VVIIQH snow comes The creek is up sometimes A if., O V- A 2 xy X :W V , way WM mi N f 1 ..,. E- X f. -N H Q 1. ' To the catalogue and Readers' Guide To classes they go -sag "M" ew-pw. X 'YN'-f..,,q,.?S4m. 3 Ib? x Z D5 Granville D. Davis, Piesident we? gli, Je of 61 glfed el' Dr. Granville D. Davis, an alumnus of Little Rock Junior College, class of '28, was elevated to the presidency in May, 1950. Previous to that, he had been an instructor in history in the college. After graduation from here, Dr. Davis received an A. B. from the University of Arkansas and an A. M. and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. In November, 1951, he was elected Little Rock's Man of the Year by popular vote throughout the state. Howard Pearce Director of Athletics ffm jufm ogffk MCL yunior Cafe? When E. Q. Brothers joined the staff of Little Rock Junior College as dean in 1930, the college was housed in the north Wing of the High School and its students number- ed 350. Because of his ability to work Well with both faculty and students, probably, Dean Brothers, more than any other one person, besides the late John A. Larson, has been responsible for the progress of the college. Now it has over 400 day students and 700 night students. The Dean's A. B. is from Southwestern College, and his A. M. from Stanford Uni- versity. J. H. Atkinson E. Q. Brothers, Dean Chairman Advisory Committee 'mmf- R ' " " ' ,v- wry,-f'wV W ":'. ,... J. H, ATKINSON, A. M. History, Economics MARJORIE CALDWELL, B. Librarian WY' ,Q 4 1 1 j n YJJ , I 'A A44 kwa X ELCLL HERMAN BOGAN, M. S. MARGARET BOOZER, AE. GLADYS K. BROWN, A. M. Chemistry Bible njfl,-'7' English I-I. L. COOK, A. M. JOHN CORN, C. P. C. U. J, V. DABBS, A. M. Mathematics Commerce Public Relations 10 1 4 l . WM 6LCll,Ag CECIL EDGINGTON, A. M. FREDERIC EISON, B.S. in C. E. JEANNE GALLMAN, M. S, English Engineering Commerce J. K. HALLIBURTON, A. M. CLEVELAND HARRISON, M. S. PAULINE HOELTZEL, A. M. Art Speech English, German Ja nw E If-DU! ' F. ll-, Q i 11 .195 IVA C. GARDNER, Ph. D. Psychology, Philosophy O. B, HOLEMAN, A. M. Physics 1 .Z iS"3lt 1 .amz X- m g! WUT' ai K fg y b , . - we .few W. J. JERNIGAN, A. B. Mathematics MILDRED MISENHUVIER, B. S. E.-Speech ft fi 4-.. S 1 axe I Wi l' ,ff ' 6' ' -wxast .Q is . i V Q.. .vsp Xggsqf X: N 4" 1 . VP I f , lf r L!! , W- . y 1' ' fig' li 'J' N .HJ4 . If ' b ,f i ,J acu g fi 1' v f JOHN KINCANNON, M. Physical Education Social Science MYRTIS MOORE Library Assistant S. ELIZABETH MCHENRY, A. M. INEZ MARTIN, A. B. Mathematics Secretarial Science ELEANOR ORTS, A. M. MARYAVIS PARSON, A. B English Spanish, French 12 vim' . Q l . . r' GLCLL W. HOWARD PEARCE, A. M. DOROTHY POTTER, A. M. ELMER STAHLKOPF, A, M. JAMES H. STEVENSON, Ph. D Physical Education Home Economics Commerce Biology JOHN H. SUMMERS, A. M. ORVILLE W. TAYLOR, A. M. TAYLOR D. WILKES, B. S. E. DEAN WOOTEN Music History Chief Vocational Advisor Cafeteria Director Veterans' Administration 13 ii4i1i'3fK,fy A A . ifitfy, Npgfiy M24 . I A f X OTS 7 N., E I CW, 6, , K CLCU. CHARLES B. PYLES, B. S. JEWELL REYNOLDS, B. S. Bursar fSecond Term? Registrar MILDRED FAIRCHILD DOROTHY LEONARD Veterans' Secretary Chief Clerk Veterans' Administration MINNIE SPARKS Administrative Clerk ETTA NEAL MAYHAN, A. M. Vocational Appraiser Veterans' Adiministration , ,W :IQ sw-.X 27 X mf 'M'- + x f K? SX X ' 1. f X E BETTY TRACY, B. S Bursar iFirst Teamb L. O. BAKER, A. M. Coordinator Adult Education jkaf gacugg JOOL W Miss Fairchild looks up The Prexy looks pleased with His Honor How does Mrs. Brown look? Mr. Harrison looks out, Mr. Atkinson looks ahead, , as usual. Mr. Holeman looks at the bus Julia Adams looks away but Miss Hoeltzel looks Miss Martin looks at romance scared 15 Mrs. Jewell Reynolds, Registrar , , g Apart from the administration and the class- room there are countless people who help work and carry on the policies of the college. Even though the college is not large by comparison with some schools in the United States, still it is complex enough to necessitate careful co-ordina- tion. The Work behind the scenes may consist of formulating new courses, or planning finances, or advising with students on their academic courses or their social life. Or it may be carrying out policies that other people make which occupies the time and energy of many of the staff-tabulating records in the registrars office, checking tuition payments in the business office, or keeping the college in the good graces of the Veterans' Administration. Every time any one of us checks a book from the library, eats a meal in the Grill, puts a nickel in the coke or candy machine, or attends a social function, he can do so only because of the work of the administration and the college staff. Yes, complex a college campus is. 16 bil' CO! Q99 ia ore Than tudents and Teachers f Charles B. Pyles, Bursar Miss Hoeltzel and 'Womens Panhellenic confer on rush rules Miss Fairchild checks V, A. files Miss Tracy is a whiz at finance The office is always busy with odds and ends 17 QL i E 3 We O2 X X l ll Chairman Soclal Science Division Elmer Stahlkopf Chairman Applied Arts Division a O Y l K my Dr, Iva C, Gardner Dr. James H. Stevenson Cha1rman SCIENCE Division Miss Pauline Hoeltzel Chairman Humanities Division Z' i Where the students go-the library me liUi5i0I'l5 orm jim Cofdge When the Junior College was founded in 1927, Mr. Larson, then dean, visualized an educational institution for the city of Little Rock Where every young man and Woman could receive a two-year general education preparing him for a bache1or's degree at the University of Arkansas or a two-year course preparing him for a professional degree. As time Went on, the number of courses increased, to meet the needs of the young people of the community. Then with the advent of the strong trend toward general education, President Davis formed the four divisions of study with a chairman of each. The Humanities Division consists of the languages, art, music, speech and dramatics and Bible, under the direction of Miss Hoelt- zel. Dr. Stevenson heads the Science Divi- sion, consisting of the physical and biological sciences. The Social Science Division is headed by Dr. Gardner, and the Applied Arts-com- merce, business and home economics-by Mr. Stahlkopf. Skeletons in and out of the closet, for the nurses Concentration like this bodes nothing good approaching Frogs are interesting to students in biological science Qs., i I S s Z ' EZ t, fy- Q S I 5 E V H Drawing is all important to an engineer CLASSROOM ACTIVITY Facilities for study and classroom work are as varied as the courses themselves. In the library We cram for exams. In the chemistry lab we search for "unknowns" and in the math classes, solve equations. There comes cutting up frogs in zoology and for a direct change, learning pro- nunciations of foreign languages from records. If we are in home ec, We learn to copy the latest fashion or to concoct a delightful meal. Sometimes We show our histrionic ability, or even just speaking occupies our routine. And with the world situation as it is, the history map takes on new importance to us. For our engineers there is always activity either indoors or out, and if we study typing We occupy ourselves with class exercises or work for the college. Under any circumstances, it's a busy place, the classroom. Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Will this come out right? v 'WM 'gt S' 9 ix fa ,, W 99,1 Msg xkkwn, Vg r A 4 I , I we 12, it l r 1 'RQ' I t,,1 NMa., l Now here is where the battle was fought Interesting to the physicists ff Real life was never like this From the known to the unknown mai.. Mn.,- 59" Monarch of all they survey, the engineers Our future secretaries is gr ff n . x'-un., Q ' 1 5 W' ep' 'f , G'-7. Q 7 , ,,. Vg V M .Q vw ? NM ' 6 af fy i f , '. X my , N , g Learning the way to a. ma.n's heart "Lend me your ears" A Search for the deuotation lgarficiloafion Lyra .szwlenfd Student voice in the regulations governing students is a vital part of campus life. Through the Student Council, consisting of the student body president, the class presidents, and two repre- sentatives from each class, the students are able to make known their desires and suggestions for the improvement of Little Rock Junior College. The Council serves in an advisory capacity to several standing faculty committees and in active capacity to special committees for special events. By the end of the year the Council expects to have effected changes in the Student Government Constitution which will make for a vastly improved social and extra-curricular life on the campus. The Student Council l ' 3 its AW ,Ewa fd" - v' 5 A Q, wr' GEORGE PLASTE R President, Student Body rjvfv pauxfm rtaefaaali' 'iv -.f i ' vena., Leaks J 4143! I' ,-rc '-f 1-,. ,,. C Clockwisei CAROLYN FIDDLER MARILYN BELL BILL SMITH ROY MORRIS NOYDA DEES GEORGE PLASTER LaVONNE HALL ED SAUNDERS ANN GRAY ZOE ANN SCHRIVER is W The Social Committee .SZWIQM oogerafion We mark our ballots Social life both on and off the campus is in the charge of the Social Com- mittee, of which Miss Inez Martin is chairman. The committee keeps the college social calendar and plans and directs entertainment throughout the college year. Highlights of the 1951-52 season were the freshman Welcome dance, the parents' reception, the HalloWe'en carnival, the Christmas formal, Stunt Night, the Donaghey luncheon, the all-school picnic, and the sophomore prom. Students co-operate throughout the year in civic projects in which Junior College is interested, such as the Blood Donor Drive, Christmas Seal Sale, the March of Dimes, and the Red Cross campaign. Clements, Pierce, Saunders, Gee, Martin, Morris, Schriver, Jones, Rogers 24 C K, M A A sg 1 Wi? Sgjfg x x A x .s J Eieiiff 3555 5519 4 v . iggfigw A 'u QQ We lHV1t9 the parents W MS X 'X I to the reception M gm S eggs OII18 stuff envelopes for the C 25 t'I'll meet you in the Chatter Grill at 10:30. We'll have time for a cup of coffee and a round of hearts." The Grill is the favorite place for us to meet, whether it be for breakfast or lunch, a coke or coffee, bridge or hearts, or just for a catch-up on the latest gossip. Sometimes we even study there. Loafing between classes We 4 ecrea fion ,Air X sofa 26 In the fall and spring it is hard to make the next class. If We can hang around the North Building long enough, We will be sure to find just the person We Want to make a date with or some Phi Theta Kappa Whose answers We can borrow. And if it is really warm, the coke machine just a bit farther away makes an ideal place for the gathering of the gang. WVhat's new ? amw- 'IKM Q When the CHATTER appears we hurry to read first of all the gossip column, for We haven't quite outlived our high school days. We like to find a quiet spot where we can absorb all that it forecasts. If we miss the news in the paper, there is always the bookstore on lower campus. Someone there has a bit of news that we may have missed. The bookstore is about the first place We became familiar with as freshmen at Jaycee. In it We purchased those 35.00 dictionaries and many other weighty books that symbolize we are college stu- dents. We soon found that the bookstore was an ideal place to meet new friends and to spend a few minutes with old ones. We learned too that here We could purchase all sorts of things by which to advertise Jaycee- Trojan car stickers, auto plates, stationery, belt buckles, and notebooks. Always a busy place-the bookstore Trojans vs. Warriors in Conway Readying another victim Boosting Jaycee at the Chamber luncheon f -N", Although we look forward to going with the Trojans to play any football game, the trip to Conway to see the team play Hendrix is always the most popular. Maybe it's be- cause we always Win. During the fall, our recreation schedule is somewhat upset by the presence of the staff photographer on the campus. We really look dressed up then, because gone are the comfortable jeans and sweaters, in favor of coats and ties and more formal attire. - Then we often go to civic clubs down town, where we are dined and feted in return for entertaining "big business." That's really a treat! Sometimes it's just the Grill for a snack or real eating at a picnic. Now that the "rec" room is opened, hearts, bridge, and pingpong take much of our time. I 1 M,,,.,, Y x was ' Time out for Harrison's speech class What's the meaning of this, Rocker? In good weather we hold outdoor assemblies The "rec" room IS no longer a "Wreck" Wy, M M . ,f ' 31:-'Y ,A " Livio, K W S . . . slgxlfx ' " X' 41" , Ywx ,. u 4 mx ,. A xx lf' fw'f3.w.w A GLANCE BACK Qgidfrafion Lines and more lines-white cards- schedule sheets-lines-facu1ty's OK's - bursar cards - lines - tuition pay- ments-five yellow cards-lines-a n d finally those blue cards. We are fully registered as a college student! Coming back to school and meeting old friends or entering as a freshman and learning "college" Ways, we have fun in spite of all the registration red tape. Freshmen become oriented through a barrage of tests and conferences, and soon we settle down to class routine. Advice galore for schedule making Getting the passport to classes. More scheduling The necessary white card, step one 1- 'V in Z X. , A , 'V gk is X , ,, ',g,f.,T:. V iff? X: Q , h ,fi gs., . x, Qing qi. Q ,. W W 11 ' is 4, Kr . ,,,' , , N ' - YY V 'f'-Q M ' 21412 H ff' 'K X X X, X. f ' ,M ,.,.. . . 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' 'W"'3?iqE F 1 2 z aw 1 s 21 W" ham, A X .. , f X NX Y X Ah' A 1-K 'ibn OMF' CMAMPQ C3368 Life at Little Rock Junior College is by no means one-sided. All of us are not en- gineers, mathematicians, commerce students, or home ec majors. And even for those of us who are, there is much offered to develope an appreciation of the arts. One of the popular spots on campus is the art room, where activity is always rife. We like to go there to view an exhibit or to watch students at work. Anyway, what would We do without the students who help us design our posters? Then the Little Theatre on lower campus offers some good entertainment both in one-act and three-act plays, to say nothing of special programs. The students down there operate the Campus Communication Service, which lets us know between classes the latest campus news. The theatre was decorated last summer by dramatic students. Our choir and music students are ready at a moment's notice to give us a good pro- gram or go down town on a special mission for Jaycee. Yes, we have the artistic as Well as the practical on our campus. Studying a class exhibit The open-inspiration for the artist 'SEQ 5 - x 32 Our artists at work Broadcasting campus news Back to the old masters 33 We revived "The Rivals" me fine jking Although the Little Theatre is small, the dramatics students success- fully presented t'The Rivals" in the fall and "Huckleberry Finn" in the spring. The latter was taken to each of the junior high schools in the city under the auspices of the P.T.A.'s. On the Christmas program, sponsored by the Humanities Division, the speech classes presented "Don Juan's Christmas Eve." In spite of this, both girls got their man ESF lv I S NYY . X , x . if x RX naingaaf--awww-M 66 udic .jwlafd Cdarmd v Ahnost any time of day soft music floats from the music rooms, Where our future concert pianists, organists, and vocalists are studying long hours to perfect their art. If an audience were allowed, large crowds would form, because we enjoy even the practice of our fellow students. 36 , i ,,, I 1' Val: ' ,0f'4 " The Choir On Tuesday and Thursday mornings between 10:30 and 11:30 Jaycee students formally raise their voices in song. It's the A Cappella Choir practicing for their next performance. They do perform often, both on and off campus, and at special functions like dedications, May Day, and graduation. Robed in maroon with white stoles, they give a creditable performance. Many non-performers appreciate good music 37 Even artists eat This is to bring out the crowds A music major makes music L i .fgrfifific OMCA The Art Club is one of the most active groups on campus, not only having a good time among themselves but contributing much to campus life. They stay pretty much in their own domain, but We all see the re- sult of their work, Whether it be a featured exhibit, campus Christmas decorations, a float in our parades, their stunt in Stunt Night, or simply a poster advertising com- ing events. On the other hand, We have that hos- pitality which characterizes our girls in home ec. How they can serve an attractive party and prepare good food! It is a treat to be invited to one of their frequent affairs. if ?7'n.Q'fQ '- . U qw , rs. LA75 5, ,. r P , r , s"l'5.qUxNf- K ty The home ec girls serve Christmas tea f7Ae The Home Economics Club omedfic -5, , Q ,Q A Yivil ' 1 ,wg wx, W, ' 1 ,,. , , . , J, ri W ,. , 3 6 J if I z I 'r W fm? lik i " iff ' i 5.1 r fa lf, :sry 5' fi if ' . :qw ee , 1' A 5 e ,g K .34-:ks ,. . We .. ,N-fa. K N, f A if Mn, 1 X f 1 ,pw The faculty often enjoy their coffees 301464 Top row: McKenzie, Drennan, Hampel, Brown, Reid, Potter Lower row: Rosenbloom, Crook, Hall, Haynes, Hollis Not pictured: Fiddler, Gilmore, Guthridge, Hamilton, M. Kirby, Mack, Malone, Powell 4 V3, ,Wa Tate, Jones, ta Q. ' -4 1: Q dyfitk WI? W SCBN Wx June Reynolds, Jeannine Rowland, Peggy O'Neal, Frances Tucker A Flair, Q20 As the music began with Carolyn Frith at the piano playing "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody," the big night had arrived for 28 girls who were gathered in the back of the Little Theatre. In front sat five judges chosen by the yearbook staff from different fields of work: an artist, a photographer, a stylist, a physical education director, and a dra- matic instructor. A packed audience waited to see these girls in the annual Trojan Beauty Contest. The contest had begun in the early winter when each organization on the campus elected two girls to represent them in the contest. On this night the 28 girls had met to model two dresses before the audience. The girls modeled an afternoon dress and an evening gown before the judges chose 12 semi-finalists, whom Master of Ceremonies Kearney Dietz recalled to the stage. From these 12 girls the judges after much debate and study narrowed to four. Thus, the four beauties were selected. These girls were later photographed and their pictures were submitted to Guy Lom- bardo during his appearance in Little Rock. Mr. Lombardo chose from these four pic- tures the one which he felt was most beautiful. 40 E. . si? ll' X .,., 533 W' 41 2 ,Wufsf Hy jim 1952 Emi? WW"-Q v 'fb fini Frances ,rf B ,1 1 I . . , -1 lik-,I y N. 5b, ' gf ,W . ,ff M fb, 11 1' ,F-P yy: L 54 w Lyy ,I , 1 ' s I N911 , 'fucker WA J 4, ,,-.Q-,gi L41 fri-M.--,.'.,4.', A 742 ..f.,4,,, 4-'Arai . 'Aw' X 6,44J5.,' '-24' ,Q P' 104-.7 . , 64 f1!0'L-9 Aiddll J M '7 Peggy U'Neal X! i S Sv' RW is N W5 99? my Jeannine Plnwland 44 THE SEMI-FINALISTS: Pat Carter, Jeannine Rowland, Carolyn Gold, Qablfy Cfmfaf Marilyn Bell, Harryetta Shibley, Barbara Brundrett, June Reynolds, Frances Kearney Dietz, Master Tucker, Lavonne Hall, Peggy O'Neal, Jane Donoho, Gearldine Hester. of Ceremonies THE CONTESTANTS: Front row: June Reynolds. Carolyn Wfesterfield, Pat Carter, Harryetta Shibley, Barbara Brundrett, Marilyn Bell, Jeannine Row- land, Frances Tucker, Barbara McHenry and Gearldine Hester, Back row: Carolyn Wilson, Carolyn Gold, Mary Smith, Barbara Chastain, Ruth Gleason. Carolyn Richards, Carolyn Pate, Caroline Fletcher, Marietta Jones, Jane Donoho, Lavonne Hall, Carolyn Fiddler, Rose Battisto, Janet Lovett, Betty Powers, Nodya Dees, Julianne Crook, Peggy O'Nea1. 1. S x C Carolyn Gold, Editor v I , i 0 I i """"' V V6,,1:1 f v -.,,, f O I aw I N' ,,, ,, Q 1 - llb "f'V i .21. 21: F In 5 'llb 3 I 11 Q I AW i - I ---r- "' 25,142 V, f'Y ' Vsf : .s::" :': " za 1 :Effie Vwxgji X ...VAfV' 1 x,' .hs jx gym: 1 ,, XS I l if , 3 F , Vg QJ , . Hugh Brown, Business Manager ,. ,. rf O Nc' W Q lf 69 . W I ' The editorial staff pushes ahead The ad staff checks prospects Q l'1A' - Editor ....,........,...,...... Associate Editors ....,..., ....... I"0,6U'l CAROLYN GOLD Photographers ..,.,..... 5BETTY Jo RECHTIN QNANCY MCCULLOUGH Feature Editor ..........,......... .......,. S HIRLEY BRADLEY Special Feature Editor ......,...,,.... CAROLYN FIDDLER Sports Editor ,.,.,,............., ,........,.....,.. J ACK OLSEN 46 Advertising Solicitors ,........,., SDON JoHNsToN QM. L. scoTT Business Manager ......,... ......,........... H UGH BROWN MIKE LONG GARY BRIDGES JUNE REYNOLDS ELIZABETH MACK CECIL BURKS ROBERT THOMPSON LARRY PRICE ghdffel' .90 Editor ,.,. ,...... ...........,.. Business Manager ...., Feature Editor .....,, Society Editor ........ Photographer ,.,.,. Reporters. .,.,.., . "Click-click-click" comes from the publica- tions room. It's the Journalism class run- ning off copy for the next edition of the COLLEGE CHATTER, the semi-monthly paper of Jaycee. The four-page CHATTER is the primary source of campus news, and this year it has been considerably Hpepped up" by the addi- tion of many photographs over the number previously used and by the name plate being changed in position in almost every issue. These changes have been made possible by the increase in advertising sold, by an alert editorial group, and an excellent and co-operative student photographer. CAROLYN GOLD HUGH BROWN NANCY DEAL .,..1.1QfEiM5LYN FIDDL1-:R --.DON JOHNSTON CHASTAIN QPEGGY ICIRBY "Editoria1ly Speaking," "Letters to the Editor," the t'Chatterbox," and original essays, stories and poems dominate the editorial page, where student views are thoroughly aired. The sport's page holds interest of many, for there future and past events are ac- curately reported. "Socially Yours," on page three, covers the activities of organized groups and individuals, with alumni news thrown in for added interest. The rest of the paper is devoted to straight news and features. Both day and night students receive the CHATTER on their activity book. THE CHATTER STAFF AT VVORK +0 ,. .. V .,. 4, N Y . ,. -, I rofan Wofagizi WJQ SELL ,gg 1 HX 'F A X Wh Carolyn Gold-APublications , J 4 t ! Lf' " J ' I 9 WWE, G f Q Carolyn F1-ith-Music by , V ff' 1 'Y 'N lnxfv 27" Q I. 1 :Q fllf "Ulf V ' f lf: ff I X Jane Card-Scholarship William Scarlett-Scholarship 5 A' Ql0l"Qf5 Q11 f Of .gnferwf 1 ,eww AI fb if .,.wi,w., Patty Jo Hoff-Dramatics Ida. Rogers--Art Hugh Bl'0WH-C9-mp'-ISOIOSY Carolyn Richards-Campusology .- -- 04 - A...,1 ,.-...f-1--- L.,..f ... A Q ,,,,,,,,A O e I"0!6l,l'l Manuel Whitley-Basketball, Physical Education Winton Criswell-Football, Physical Education Clyde Tracy-Physical Science Mary Frances Heinze-Biological Science Formal initiation for Phi Theta Kappa is held twice a year 0I'l0l" Mun In October and in February each year, students are tapped for mem- bership in Phi Theta Kappa, national scholastic fraternity composed of 145 chapters in junior college throughout the United States and its territories. The highest 10 per cent of students carrying 12 or more hours are eligible. Selections are made by the chapter after recom- mendations by the faculty. Delta Psi Omega is another national honor organization represented on the campus. Its members are chosen at the close of the school year from among students especially active in play production and direction. Recognition to all students making at least a B average and with no grade below C is given in the CHATTER and the local papers soon after each grade period. Ever since the installation of its chapter here in 1928, Phi Theta Kappa has sponsored Honor's Night during Commencement Week, at which awards are presented to students proficient in chemistry and various forms of English composition. Phi Theta Kappa members inducted during the year receive their membership certificates at this time. Parents and friends of Junior College attend. 51 f174Qw Q! Qgss f , Y -I , lf, ,WY-4-,-. Phi Thetas do other things besides study. Here they celebrate Founders' Day. Mi j7Aefa J alalaa ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER Officers President ....,,,........ , ,,.,, .,..,...... ,....,,,,........ . . ,,...,, S HIRLEY BRADLEY Vice President ...... ....v................... J UNE REYNOLDS Secretary ........t.,, .,i.i... C AROLYN WESTERFIELD Treasurer ........., ...............,,. ,,v......,.,,.........v.,.,...... J AN E CARD Golden Key Reporter .......r. ........ P HYLLIS HAMPEL Historian .....,..........................,,,,,,,,.,,...,.,., .,....... E LIZABETH MACK National Council Representative ..,.,,,. ,,.,. ,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,, ....,,. C A R OLYN FRITH MENIBERS ROSE BATTISTO CHARLES BRAN DT HUGH BROWN IRIS BURNETT RICHARD CALHOUN ZACK CALHOUN OSCAR CHILSON JERRY DRAYER MARGARET DUGGAR CAROLYN GOLD DAVID GUINLE SYLVIA HARRIS GEARLDINE HESTER PATTY JO HOFF ELIZABETH ANN JONES LEWIS LAMB ERNEST LIGON JOHN PARISH MARILYN N. PEARCE 52 GEORGE PLASTER MAEOMA REAGAN IDA ROGERS WILLIAM SCARLETT BARBARA LOAL SMITH JIMMY SRYGLEY CLYDE TRACY EDNA WETZEL FAYDEANE WILKINS SIDNEY WILLMUTI-I "al" HOFF MCHENRY REYNOLDS MARSH VVALDRO I Q3 E ' 8 61 JL H1690 0 f f ic e r s President .,,.... .......VV ,,,,......V.......,,...,...., ....... .... P A T T Y JO HOF Secretary .,,,.,.. ,,,.......,, .,,,.,..,,.. ..,... , B A RBARA MCHEN Treasurer 1 ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA, ,..,,,,,,,A, B AXTER MAR f RIEMBERS JUNE REYNOLDS j FRANCES TUCKER MILES WALDRON Delta Psi Omega was organized as the junior college division of Alpha Psi Omega in 1929 at Modesto Junior College, Modesto, Californa. Since that time the organization has grown to 181 chapters. The chapter here is known as 123 Cast. The purpose of Delta Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic art. To be qualified for membership a student must be regularly enrolled, of satisfactory scholarship, and meet some of these requirements: per- formed a major role in a three-act play or in two one-act plays, minor roles in three full-length plays or five one-act plays, or speaking roles in radio plays or operettasg have written a play that was produced, or worked as business manager, director of two plays, carpenter, property manager, electrician, scene painter, or costume designer or maker. 53 goofgaf X5 O. B. HOLEMAN Business Manager x . '-fi Ji 9 ,ij ,, , W. HOWARD PEARCE September September September October October October October November November November December 15 22 29 6 12 20 26 3 9 17 8 Coach FOOTBALL RESULTS Cherel Ctherej Qherej Qherej Citherej ftherej Cwthereb Qhereb Qtherej Cherel Qlsions' Bowl1 Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans ...,.,,. Trojans Trojans Trojans ........ Northeast Mississippi .... - 0 Arkansas State Teachers ...... .... 2 4 Southern State ,,.......................... 35 University of Arkansas Freshmen-- 33 Ouachita ..........,,............,,...,....,,., 20 Monticello A. and M ....... .,.. 3 1 Hendrix .................. .... 2 O College of Ozarks ........................ 28 East Mississippi Junior College ...... 7 Arkansas Tech .................... - 9 Jones Junior College ...... .... 2 1 ?' 1 4 , a 'iii 'hw 'W L E 5. X 7+ XQQWQQ' LEXW '5 AJSHQWP 'link JOE BILL WILSON GERRY DILLAHA GORDON HERRINGTON Guard Guard Guard I9 I .7 ' l"0f6U'l1f CHARLES MALONE BOB LAMB BILL VINSON Tackle Guard Guard 56 ROBERT JENNINGS GENE SUEN RICHARD CHRISTIAN End Back Back I 9 I 57 ' I"0,6U'l6 RONALD BAILEY CLARK HOWARD KENNETH CARTER Back Back Back 57 CLYDE HOWARD RICHARD MILLS Back Back I9 I F7 ' l"0!6LI'l5 FRANK MALEY DICK MABRY End End 58 DEVVIE KIRBY Center BOB WILKERSON Back WINTON CRISWVELL JOE REYNOLDS PETE GOBER End Center Back I 9 I 57 ' I"0,CLl'l5 THOMAS L. HUDMAN WILLIAM CAMPBELL W. T. BREVVSTER Guard Tackle Center 59 LOYCE SOVVELL DICK ABBRUZZESE Tackle Tackle l"0,6U'l5 I 9 I .7 ' DAVID HUNTER RALPH COLBY End Back 60 Mx rofanri . .....,.- .,,...... ..-..,..,M.......t -Qw- Mw.-.. .,,4.... .....,...,,-.......... - F... cfion mi f -T , Q4 WTA. k JTI' K' im, 'G . .--. un -Q, x - m V 2 .z??'.5S3ff" R553 omecomingz f 95 f For the entire fall We had all anticipated the big day-Homecoming. Scheduled for November 17 in a game with the Wonder Boys of Arkansas Tech, festivities really began on the preceding day. The parade from MacArthur Park, down Main Street and across to North Little Rock featured not only the queen's float but also many clever floats and decorated cars. The big bonfire, cheers, speeches-all were a part of the pep rally held on lower campus the night before the game. The rally must have inspired our boys, for they Won the next night by a wide margin. On Saturday afternoon alumni assembled along with students for an open house in the library, and we all had fun predicting the outcome of the game. Homecoming was climaxed by the game Saturday night with the Trojans defeating the Wonder Boys 27-9. QUEEN BARBARA RULES SUPRENIE L P 1 Q THE QUEEN'S FLOAT Harryetta. Shibley Margie Tate Julianne Crook Barbara Brundrett Carolyn Richards Mary Smith Fredonia Dees i L.. A-tcm A SW f CQueenD are ,Homecoming ara e -Yet ,f 1. .,- Q3 ,ir- cfei " 'BQ V, Sf" 4' 35.55. BO' in 1525? ., M- . :,. Va' , J ji? ' ef, 4 "' ,,,4 ' ,, V I , ' I uf , i ,, V , A ' 4' , 9 mu QS, ,. A ' ' ., ..... . ' -"N -'1f,g,.i , V ' ' , vu- - A ' " ' - - " '1-f WWW' Spanish Club-bullfighter and all The Band rides but plays loud Not wash day, but the Zeta Phi lassies The nurses did their best to "sew up" Tech The Spanish beauties, a close-up D, K. buried Tech ahead of time The Art C1ub's TROJAN Horse 63 Queen Barbara and her maids prepare to cheer Trojans before Homecoming We parade in Pine Bluff Front: Mary L. Alice Smith, Ba Harryetta Shibley. Back: Margie Tate, Julianne Croo ards, Fredonia Dees. Wash day was fi wx:-x x V .Owl-f3i,.4. 2, 3' H4 Tifv rbara Brundrett k, Carolyn Rich- never like this Hall, O'Neal, Crook, Dudek, M. Bell, Brown, H. Brown The cheerleaders add color to any parade. More of the parade in Pine Bluff 1 fggsai RSM The Battlecriers turn "pro" for Homecoming J 43 r 5 4 fzff"vQ'gZQ X l Y r Zigi 'N is JOHN KINCANNON Z?afsLeidaf Coach Kincannon, who began his first year as the Trojan basketball coach this year, graduated from Arkansas State Teachers College with a B. S. E. degree with a major in math and physical education. He graduated from Teachers College in three years and played basketball there each year, making All-State every year. After playing a half year of professional basketball with the New York Knickerbockers, he returned to his studies at the University of Southern California, play- ing ball there and graduating with a Master of Science degree. While in school he also played AAU ball on the coast for two years. After this, Coach Kincannon began his teaching and coaching career at Redondo Beach High School in California. And from this school he came to Little Rock Junior College as head basketball coach. When Coach was asked what he thought about Manuel Whitley who made AAU this year, he replied: "I think Whitley is a superior athlete and he is not only a good player but a wonderful person. I believe his greatest asset is his tremendous desire to play." Coach says that he uses no particular system of playing because he believes the system depends upon the material. Not only does Coach Kincannon coach basketball on the campus, but he teaches Social Science and he says that he likes teaching as well as coaching. Galloway has it VVilke out front Surrounded by Trojans I VI- -6, R I- 11-fi l- H MANUEL XYHITLEY JEARL. SMITH JOHN BEST Center Forward Forward Whitley scores another one. This time it's Mabry. All hands up! 1 A7 CLYDE QZTRACY Forwara 0 Q N7 o no if X, 'B P D 9 '1 Q5 ':. O ROY JECH Forward Joe VVilson, W. H. Smith, Jearl Smith, Dick Mabry, Manuel VVhitley, Fred VVilke Clyde Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Srojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans Trojans i'fTrojans tTrojans itTrojans Tracy, Harold Joyner, Charlie Clark, John Best. John Kincannon Z?cwLef6af Soma .......73 Citizens Cigar .......84 Wayne In .......73 U. A. School of Medicine ......,51 Hendrix .......72 Ouachita .......71 U. A. "B" team........ .......60 U. A. "B" team......., ,, ,......43 Red River Arsenal.....,. ,...,.,49 Red River Arsenal....... ..,....79 Southern State ..,.,,,62 Arkansas Tech ,,.....55 Ozarks ......56 Monticello A. 8: ....,,.59 Ouachita ., e.....48 Ozarks ,. .......63 Arkansas College .. ..,,...71 Hendrix .. ..-..,61 Arkansas Tech .. ..-...71 Southern State .. ........111 Monticello A. 8: . Holmes ..............,,...... Itawamba ............... Beebe .............. ....,.. 'Junior College in tournament at Itawamba J. C. in Mississippi. 69 Front: Teal, Dudek, Porterfield, Best. Back: Clark, Newman, Lockhart, Kincannon fCoachJ. flew Jaycee thin-clads number eight this year, with men out for various kinds of races, pole vault, broad jump, and high jump. Clark is representing the college in high jump and pole vault, While Wilkerson is doing the broad jumping. Newman and Wilkerson will run the 100-220-yard dashes, and the rest of the team will participate in the 440 and 880 relays. Under the tutelage of Coach John Kincannon, the boys will stage several informal competitions on campuses of A. I. C. Colleges and will enter the A. I. C. Track Meet May 9, at Arkansas Tech. Members of the squad include John Best, Charlie Clark, Fred Dudek, Jim Lockhart, Don Newman, Bob Porterfield, Cleo Teal, and Bob Wilkerson. 2' fl.- 1 .- 1. .-,A,. ---L 0 fvf fv'V9' 0 yo '. Front: Faye Bordelon, Peggy Kirby, Elizabeth Mack. Back: Fred Dudek, Tim Taylor, Paul Jennings, Bob Jennings, Jack Rusk. wimming The Swimming Club swims on Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Y. M. C. A., with Coach Kincannon giving them supervision and suggestions. Throughout the spring they made several trips to Conway to compete with A. S. T. C. No plans have been made to enter into formal competition with other colleges. ennid Students interested in tennis formed the Tennis Club, with the following officers: President, Gayle Witherspoong secretary, Barbara Chastaing treasurer, John Bowden. Club members plan an inter-mural competition, and during May they will hold tour- naments to select the championship for men's single, Women's single, men's double, and Women's double. if ..fcff'?5ff "' xgy jj? A . ' 0 Xeg,G5f,,5'ffe'i5'f ,gg Q Q "1 -4 H 5 x . 'A , , 1 Gif' e, ' ' 1 , E quid ,X .QV WN Qjgfw' H :,N?'fJC 1 'zgzx My i X was M-5. i ' N ' 3 ,,..:.:. . X V ' 4 i... ... X. J W' .5 if f 7' xx 3 3' I i ' Q if J K 4?- ef 6 ' A K ,Sf QQ. rr., , N X V- J f 1 1 sf EZQQ Q' Qi" . , , ,sta Q4 .cyfcflx 4 -M ww Q4 New I .A XJ , . h KXXX WM -fl f -A U ' A i - ' p is MTN A Front: Clark Howard, Clyde Howard, Clark, Best, O'Neal, Myers, Second: Jennings lmanagerl, Lamb, Colby, Mabry, Wilson, Eason, Christian, Stucky Qmanager 1. Top: Pearce fcoachb, Winburne, Hamilton, Whitley, McGuire, Pearl, Newman. we lain Johnny Best ........... ...,. L eft Field Charles Martin ......... Richard Christian ........., .,..... C enter Field Robert McGuire .,....,,, Charlie Clark ,..,,.... ...Third Base Palmer Myers ....... Norman Eason ........ ............... P itcher Don Newman ........ Jack Hamilton ......... i.... .........,.. O u tfield Leslie O'Neal ........ Clark Howard ....... Clyde Howard ,,.,... Bob Lamb .......... Dick Mabry ...,.... .......Second Base ...Short Stop ....................Outfield ...First Base Ed Winburne .......... Bob Pearl .............. Wayne Smith ............... Manuel Whitley ......... Joe Bill Wilson ......... ....................Pitcher .SQAWIML March 27-Monticello A. and April 1-Arkansas Tech ............ April April April April April May May May 4-College of the Ozarks ....... 8-Southern State ............ 18-A. S. T. C ..................... 25-College of the Ozarks ....... 28-Arkansas Tech .......... 1-Southern State ......... 8-A. S. T. C ....................... 12-Monticello A. and W. Smith, Martin, ..........Catcher .......Pitcher .........Infie1d ..........Outfield .......Pitcher .......Pitcher ..........Outfield ..........Outfield ..........Catcher .....I-Iere ......There ......There .--..Here ......There .....I-Iere .-...Here ....-.There ...-.Here ......There QQYNQ fff iAff Q2 i, ,,... , .. Q' Wk ,fu i J N fi Cleef WW Qefrvf i t In Mississippi or War Memorial Stadium, we always found all eight Jaycee cheerleaders there whenever the Trojans were playing any kind of sport. Rain, snow, or freezing cold, they never lost any of their pep and energy. Something new was tried this year and Freddie Dudek was elected the first male cheerleader in a long time. These kids gave the Trojans their spirit needed to Win their games. Led by Carolyn Richards and her friendliness, the cheerleaders made friends for Jaycee in colleges all over Arkansas and Mississippi. As soon as they were elected, We could see that with Marilyn Bell's pep and energy, Fredonia Dees' school spirit, Peggy O'Neal's "You'll yell," and Lavonne Hall's loud voice, they were going to lead the 'Trojans to a victorious year, regardless of the sport. Freddie's personality, Jeannine Row1and's beauty, and Julianne Crook's handsprings gave the student body double interest in sports at our college. There will be four returning next spring, but four good cheerleaders will leave. It will be hard for the student body to select four more that will Work, support and do the good job for the school that this year's group has done. Not only the Trojans but the Whole school owes them a big "thanks" 73 3 Q S 3 -2 s- 1 ,52:5:::f:.:,:,.:s:a:a:s:::,.. Zi'-, Ias5sas5ase:.aza:::ai::sssaea::: Q x , ,Q S parfging V 5 . 74 's J X if! 2 N N X W Ff h ' X ns. x r X 1, ' nN'aL1-lbs ia: :wwf xc, i t 4- .f-Ms :U Jaan W..-M if' ,-rf ,H "' Clark and Marilyn talk it over Dr. and Mrs. Stevenson as chaperons VVhy so serious, John? The Mardi Gras Quartet Valentine Queen Norma Zeta Phi Favorites Happier Moments What's the matter, Jeannine? 75 xg, A 'fl ,,fff5LEN ln" I7 .f I X fy' get fficrierfi FRANCES TUCKER Ufficers FIRST TERM President ,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,...,....,,,,....,, ......., H E LEN KRALLMAN Vice President ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... NANCY DEAL Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.., B ARBARA BRUNDRETT Treasurer ,,,,,,,, .,,.........,.. J ANET BREWER SECOND TERM President ,,,,,,,,,,, .,...................,,..,,..,.,, ,.., ...,,,.,,. F R A NCES TUCKER Vice President ,,,,, , Secretary, H ,,,, Treasurer ....,, , ,,,.,..,BOBBIE ANN GABRIEL .....,.,.HARRYETTA SHIBLEY ...,...,,..,...JANET BREWER DIEMBERS ROSE BATTISTO J ANICE BAXLEY SHIRLEY BRADLEY BETTY BROWN IDA KATHRYN CALHOUN PAT CARTER JANE ANN COOK JULIANNE CROOK FREDONIA DEES JANE DONOHO CHARLOTTE DRAKE PAT GARBACZ SUSIE GILMORE MARIETTA JONES NANCY MCCULLOUGH BARBARA MQHENRY CAROLE PEAVY THELMA POWELL BETTY POWERS LULA REDDITT RITA ROSENBLOOM ELLEN SHETTLES BARBARA LOAL SMITH CAROLYN WESTERFIELD BATTISTO BAXLEY BRADLEY BREWER BROWN BRUNDRETT CALHOUN CARTER CROOK DEAL DEES DONOHO DRAKE GABRIEL GILMORE JONES MCCULLOUGH MCHENRY PEAVY POWELL POWERS REDDITT ROSENBLOOM SHIBLEY SHETTLES SMITH WESTERFIELD 77 Zfa Mi MRS. JEWELL REYNOLDS NORMA JONES Sponsor W z HWJT! , , - iff ' fi If M 1 l ,Q 1 ,v. fi'ffK!l Y, f ji I ' I ii1N'1i!W X, President ,.,........... Vice President ..,..,...,v....... Recording Secretary .....,... Officers Corresponding Secretary ....,.,. Treasurer ...,,,.,...,.,...,,,,,i.,,,,,,,,,,, BETTY BALL MARILYN BELL MEMBERS l . if WA ........,.NORMA JONES ....r.,.,.,,....CAROLYN PATE BARBARA CHASTAIN , ......... ELIZABETH MACK X W v 4 fflf M Cya, if I j LACCCCLNODYA Dm M' ,jj if fy' CHARLOTTE BROWN ROSALYNE BROWN DOROTHY NELL CALLANEN SUZY CHEW CLARISSA CHUMNEY CAROLYN FIDDLER CAROLINE FLETCHER CAROLYN FRITH RUTH GLEASON MILDRED GLOVER CAROLYN GOLD VIRGINIA GRUBBS LAVONNE HALL SYLVIA HARRIS CAROLYN I-IAYNES MARY FRANCES HEINZE .1 , ANN GUTHRIDGE I , M? JANET LOVETT DOROTHY LOWREY DOROTHEA MQKENZIE FRANCES MERRIAM BEVERLY MILLIGAN PEGGY O'NEAL BETTY JO RECHTIN JUNE REYNOLDS CAROLYN RICHARDS JEANNINE ROWLAND ZOE ANN SCHRIVER JULIANNE SMITH ANN TRAYLOR CAROLYN WILSON , , , f LfffQf'W' ff 'df ,H ' , cf ' A ',4f7!r4f7!7 1'5- 78 V:,fff' ,Q ' H 'iff fl ' ,' ,I f I I fx ,tffl , BALL BELL C. BROWN R, BROWN CHASTAIN CHEW CHUMNEY DEES FIDDLER FLETCHER FRITH GLEASON GLOVER GOLD GR AY GRUBBS GUTHRIDGE HALL HARRIS HAYNES HEHNIZE LOVETT LOWREY MCKENZIE MACK MERRIAM MILLIGAN O'NEAL PATE RECHTIN REYNOLDS RICHARDS ROWLAN D SCHRIVER SMTTH TRAYLOR. WILSON 79 I' 0 x W V-,ax JM 'Nm-vf -,iuvfvf LM. INDI... , l WV GEORGE PLASTER BOBBY GEE iii x X f Presldent ,.., ....,,..... Vice President .....,., Secretary ....,,.,.... Ufficers FIRSTTERM ....,..,,.BOBBY GEE MORRIS ........GEORGE PLASTER KEARNEY DIETZ jiiillf?.55f5.'533,f5EEf-L Treasurer .,.,.., .............,.......v,.. .....,, SECOND TERM Y fresident ..,...., ' Sgggry .,.,.... Treasurer ...,..,. BOB BEAVERS JIM BENTLEY HUGH BROWN BRINK MEMBERS BILL HOLDER JIM HURLEY DON JOHNSTON . ' f . 4 EDDIE KANE 4 JOHN BUSH LEWIS LAMB S DICK CALHOUN ZACK CALHOUN RAY DAVIS JERRY DRAYER BILL ELDRIDGE SKIPPY GRIFFIN JOE A. BARNWELL JOHN BENNETT LOUIS LeVEE ROBERT MCCOWN JACK MCDANIEL GAYLE MCMULLIN FRANK MALEY BAXTER MARSH BOB MAY PLEDGES GARY BRIDGES L. A. MARTIN I ii , -sif1gi!-.fin NM so HARLAN MURRAY BILL NICKERSON JACK OLSEN WILLIAM RUSSELL ED SAUNDERS M. L. SCOTT BILL SMITH I-IARRELL SMITH MINOR TERRY ROBERT THOMPSON RONALD WALLACE LARRY PRICE FRED ROGERS ,I e 412' flzf,-, 1 I 4 Q' V f Wg I ,I'1" .1 ,Y ' 1 H .... if If 2 - I 2-1 X, 'f ' , 44 1 Q, 73213.-V ax, iv' 'F-1 fw J' 9 QW X0 A -H , A -I Y 'ff Y I .Q A-"' 4'-E A I r Y A : 1 - ,Q ' 1- -, ,, M ' I , N I . A I A UWA' if' A I If I . I . 1, f , ' 4 2 ,nf '4 Q - N. 'vs' TA 9 M41 ,yr My 'JW 1... N 1 H , N gm mf 1 Q Sv J I, I A .5 J' N519 I +i,""',,yV I Q ,F I 'W S pn!! Z I4 f -f ' -Y' ' AM , MM, L ,i Y, Q ,1 W . T X ffl - 0, , I ' 2 , gi hw, W .L4avQ.9, , Wa' 'F ' cvau-1 1 If nf WM ' ,R Q, Q,4A.u-u,f4,wJ, ,M N .M . .qv , ' no L' an ' M552 gh INQN 4:37 BENNETT BENTLEY BRIDGES BRINK BEAVERS BUSH R. CALHOUN Z. CALHOUN DAVIS DIETZ Q ww 5 ' I 'ww M 'N-'1'1 - wrong Q . fllrvi ' P , 'N'-1 gm' 1 -I f 'ix - lfvss-'J '- Ks! UN B0 9' 0 0- 7, 'f J W "S k , . 3 W ,tv -.1: E91 I f H 503 IC 1 V ig .Q 0 .- .A-C' BROWN 'Y W Ab . . DRAYER v 0 g DUDEK ELDRIDGE GRIFFIN HOLDER I-IURLEY JOHNSTON LAMB . J N N La.VEE MCCOVVN MCDANIEL MCMULLIN MALEY MARSH MAY MORRIS MURRAY NICKERSON OLSEN PRICE I MARTIN RUSSELL SAUNDERS SCOTT W. SMITH W. H, SMITH TERRY THOMPSON WALLACE 81 we QFQQLZ5 go .9l'l!0l"I'Yl6L mf Piay practice is fun Lab partners Typing takes concentration Miles is "seeing stars" Is this Lula? Up to no good, a. plot? "Ride 'em, cowboy" Phi Theta Kappas dress up Who, me? Don, the photographer Zeta Phi Sunday Social 82 le Emi ,401 522mm-225. J . is-we . A busy body, this M.L. He flies through the air Marilyn is always a belle The D.K.'s entertain their parents They "go formal" once a year 83 my W1 my 57- . , aw 1 l-" ,.,AA ,, X A 3 1 W . be . I 1 ' 4, xx , ' s p 5' , . 5 ' " ' f s' we .X 5 Y ' i :Ei 2 .P Iii? ! , imnuis What's cooking, Rita? The final touches We can't imagine They're in a hurry Who's mad? See who's working Getting ready for "Huck" Pretty poses He keeps us straight Well-laid plans Our friend Carlson 84 ORGANIZATICDNS we MPJQ6 Meeting together in our various organizations has enabled us to know many people we would have missed. Our language clubs have been especially active, showing foreign films, presenting speakers, and dining in the style of the country whose language they study. We could always count, too, on their being active in parades, Stunt Night, and May Day. For the first time in our history we have had a pre-nursing group on our campus. We have enjoyed these girls to no end, because they have come from all parts of Arkansas. Each has had something to tell us about her own community. Each morning we have awaited their "special," When it arrived we knew it was time for classes to start, for the nurses have never been known to be late. We wish that these girls could be with us next year, but they will be students at the Baptist Hospital. We are expecting them, however, to run out to see us when their time permits. In the meanwhile we shall be awaiting the next year group of nurses. Front: Pat Deller, Barbara Semora, Betty Sanders, Louise Spray, Ruby Nesbit, Frances Merriam, Middle: Donalda Ridgway, Edna Wetzel, Vada Harris, Virginia Guttry, Myletta Myers, Legena Smith, Lynn Green. Back: Joan Worley, Bobbie James, Jackie Billingsley, Tommie Smith, Vela Bryam, Anna Lovell, Etta Miller, Meoma Reagan, Peggy Williams. 85 President ....,,,,,,,,,,,, Vice President ..,..,., Sec retary ..,,,.,,.A,, Treasurer ,,,, ..,r Historian ,........ IRWIN BLATT JUNE CROWNOVER NANCY DEAL NODYA DEES JANE DONOHO DEANE FOWLER FLORINE FOWLER RUTH GLEASON ED GOODE laanidk Ufficers DIEMBERS PATTY JO HOFF DWIGHT JARRY JERRY JONES PATSY LITTLE NANCY MCCULLOUGH PEGGY MCRAVEN BAXTER MARSH BEVERLY MILLIGAN JERRY NORRIED .....,...CAROLYN WILSON STEELE ...........SUZY CHEW ADAMS ........,.BETTY JO RECHTIN CAROLYN PATE CAROLE PEAVY LARRY PRICE CAROLYN RICHARDS JEANNINE ROWLAND BETTY SI-IURLEY LOAL SMITH LEILA SNODGRASS BENNIE WARD BLATT CHASTAIN CROWNOVER DEAL DEES DONOHO D, FOWLER F. FOWLER GLEASON GOODE HOFF JARRY J. JONES LITTLE MCCULLOUGH MCRAVEN MARSH MILLIGAN NORRIED PATE PE 'LVY RECHTIN RICHARDS ROWLAND SHURLEY L, SMITH SNODGRASS WARD 86 BATTISTO BRUNDRETT FRITH LIGON LOVETT MCGUIRE OBERLE PAYANE REDMAN REYNOLDS SHIBL-EY THOMPSON WESTERFIELD WILLMCTH JH. M mMLZf2..A,w-vff- J l"el'lCA Officers President ...,...,...., . ........ JUNE REYNOLDS Vice President ...........,. ........................ E RNEST LIGON Secretary-Treasurer .......... .....,..... H ARRYETTA SHIBLEY MEMBERS ROSE BATTISTO ARNOLD OBERLE BARBARA BRUNDRETT JERRY PAYNE CAROLYN FRITH TROY REDMAN JANET LOVETT ROBERT THOMPSON PAT MCGUIRE CAROLYN WESTERFIELD SIDNEY WILLMUTH 87 laecia! Occad fond Throughout the year in various associa- tions and in all kinds of situations we al- ways had a wonderful time. The calendar soon became full, so full that often we ex- perienced disappointment in not being granted a requested date. At Hallowe'en there was the usual carni- val held this year indoors because Old Man Weather played a trick on us. Here the organized groups presented their "talent" sideshows, eating and drinking stands, and games of skill, or should we say chance. Kearney Dietz and Carolyn Pate were crown- ed Campus King and Queen by George Plas- ter, student president. They had been elected by popular vote when pictures were taken for the TROJ AN. No sooner was the carnival over when Julia Adams visited Little Rock on Movie- tovvn, U. S. A. Julia was known here as Betty Adams, class of '46, member of Phi Theta Kappa and Delta Psi Omega, and dramatic star. Our Student Council, cheer- leaders, and other official representatives of Jaycee turned out for a big day-parade and all-with movie dignitaries, here and at the Crippled Children's Hospital in Jacksonville. The an nual reception for parents and friends of Junior College took place in the Larson Library, with faculty and student leaders receiving. How dressed up we all were and what charming manners we all had! Everyone enjoyed it. Grades had not yet been announced. Highlighting the year for many of us was the trip to Laurel, Mississippi, to cheer the Trojans to victory against J ones Junior College of Ellisville, junior college champions of Mississippi. The trip was made by bus, and the game played before some 10,000 spectators in the eighth annual Lions' Bowl contest. Each Trojan player came out with a new wrist watch, the gift of the Laurel Lions Club. Finally came the long awaited event, the one participated in by the most students- Stunt Night. It was held at East Side Audi- torium in March and featured five original skits by organized groups. We could rattle pop corn sacks, crack peanuts, and drink as much as we liked, provided, of course, that we had the dimes to pay for it all. And those door prizes! Where in the world did the merchants find so many to give us? The Student Loan Fund is approximately fifty dollars richer as a result of Stunt Night. The annual luncheon honoring the late Mr. and Mrs. George W. Donaghey, benefactors of Little Rock Junior College, took place at the Marion Hotel on May 5. Practically all of us attended on our activity books and enjoyed hearing the Donagheys eulogized and seeing Jane Card honored by being the recipient of the red roses in tribute to Mrs. Donaghey. Just before Donaghey Day came Self- Expression Week and the crowning of the May Queen. Queen Jeannine ruled majes- tically, surrounded by her four charming maids. During the week exhibits of our year's work and contests in many fields held stu- dents' and parents' interest. These occasions and talents show, or just events around campus, make all of us-ad- ministrators, faculty, and students-realize that we have a campus with a big present and a bigger future. mg? 5'-1' 'iff' 7 ,Hoff owe en I Cl,l"l'llUCl Plaster crowns Kearney Dietz and Carolyn Pate, Campus King and Queen 9 Dr. Davis presents the winner with radio raffled by Faculty NVives Club Dean Brothers receives attention at the The Harmony Boys play for the Carnival dance Spanish C1ub's cafe The Zeta Phi's furnish entertainment too , 5 QAX Quia Jdglaml uiaifa Cllffi WML s I Julia four Betty! is officially welcomed by Frances Tucker and Rose Princess Hester YY a wfmw, 'iv We really weren't arrested Shasta leads the parade At the hotel we mingled with Movie-town, U. S. A. Rf X ,V ,QM ,Mg Administrators and Student President greet the guests NK! ww .4 MW Class officers welcomed too eceefi on Ol" UI' CL ren fri Our pretty Coeds served refreshments while faculty and parents chatted Vf f We had a full bus 'lflf f f WM do We played bridge enroute e en 0 t L tunnis Sometimes all didn't alight Gaiety prevailed most of the time The trip-sleepy moments for some: for others, excitement Reaching the hotel 3 fl J- fl? K OI' 8 l0l'l5 OM! Time on their hands xr if 1 'X Any trouble, Mr. Hole-man? Was this an awakening? At the game-good times with new friends. We must be losing ' it t .Lt oo,,o nf Here "Mr, Atkinson" helps win first place for Zeta Phi. Q40 Battlecriers try a clean sweep A Race-Mad Jury. "Mrs, Brown," "Mr. Edgingtonf' and "Dean Brothers" cinched the prize. STUNT "Battlecrier Pre-SENTSH NIGHT Advice to the Young The Art ClLlb's HUNTIED NATIONS" , o 0 r- rm, ' -. , A, x Delta Kappa Goof-Vauver Jury. onag eg elorefienfafiue Jane Card Recipient of Donaghey Bouquet Donaghey Day Luncheon 96 M8811 of tk? y feannine Howland H j , I 1 - K 1, " ' ' I M' ,W Lf, L y,VJ'-', 'ls , ,VL L' I .fa-" 'I ff- J" 97 X' f' f 1 734811. iflff '1 wwe ' Z ,YLJ4,j144 Jie WQQjQLe,'f9-6"fv-u,fQf1f 54 W -4 6 A 0,0 omore cu A 1 NW ff"Jffw-LWNQ-' 5Sp.ff7'ffew,,Q,4qM' VL, ,Jn fymlii ' b M Bobbie Ann Gabriel and Faye Herdelen jredkman mzivb Ida Kathryn Calhoun and Hnth Gleason I"0lfU'L6! fAQ 66ll'l'll0lflZf Y, S' 1 This is for the rec hall Between night school classes Headed for the grill How does Baxter get in spots like this? It's time for English Wha.t's this? The nurses pause for a picture Spring football practice ik? 6Ll'l'L8I"6l, The Associate Editors talk it over Let's go to class Phi Theta Kappa. Sox Hop Winners Now, Jerry, better watch out! Pep rally in the Armory Could this be a. student? Between classes Duke never hurries to class al. fa-:A Qafz L, 'jjfuv JJV1.. -641 --4, I , J - 17121 rgQ.fgl- r' ,A 7'J61l,,L, , fl , , -, 0 1 olakomore Cfadd fyfffffr ZUJQ V551 finds-,nn d44,as,g,a WM, 3-7-0 246317, , mis 415 , za, m my' M' Q"'hw DEES SAUNDERS MORRIS FIDDLER scHR1vER if 7- g d 0 f f ic e r s Qffvl- 13 I ff? 'ZH President .........., ,, ,A. ..Y...,.,..,,.,... ..,,........ ,............ R O Y MORRIS f 'r"v..,, ' ' wg, vice President ..,.R...... ,........,,. z OE ANN sci-IRIVER my rv if-4 Secretary-Treasurer ..,...,.., .......,.,,,..,..,..,,.,.....,...... C AROLYN FIDDLER v ul f Council Representatives ...,,. ....,.., ..,. E D SAUNDERS and NODYA DEES 11 1-Q! I' If . v Digi' ,. ' fi - x X In September, 1950, we started out together as ia group of freshmen slightly bewildered by campus life. Our bewilderment soon wore off, however, and we received our share of campus honors: two campus beauties, homecoming queen, four cheerleaders, a Rose Festival princess, and three-fourths of the football team. We assembled 'again in the fall of 1951, but this time as sophomores. We were quick to retain our leadership of the previous year. This year the honor of all the campus beauties, May Queen, the presidencies of all campus organizations were ours. Again, most of the members of the CHATTER and TROJ AN staffs, the football team, and Phi Theta Kappa belonged to our class. Now that we are about to graduate, we remember not only the honors we received but traditional Jaycee events, Stunt Night, May Day, Donaghey Day, and the most important of all-the Sophomore Prom-at which we were guests of honor. Yes, we the sophomore class of 1952 will always remember the pace we made for ourselves at Little Rock Junior College these two years and will graduate with many happy memories and muchnew knowledge. 103 'J sf it-K , - if "1 'Ja 1 V, 7 1 V 4 1-',, 1 I . 1 Q, 1 -X 0 Top: David Adams, Ronnie Bailey, Mary Jo Balcom, Deane Baldwin Betty Sue Ball, Rose Battisto. Second: Richard Bennett, Walter Bivens, Eleanor Boone, Faye Bordelon Shirley Bradley, Charles Brandt. Third: Janet Brewer, W. T. Brewster, Betty Brown, Hugh Brown Rg7salyne Brown, Barbara Brundrett. .Maur W 'U""V"0Q""" - ,CYNJ Va-J BV. leM04,.v vkow wlcq Qu 0. QAAUA4 I owe moo 9 ,levi 'waleeoa rd 'W r+ZWso3HoMoREs 104 74' g 445, , he U s 1 'ij , I K 7f4.r-I -f A V 'L Z1 -fig-gi. .f 'Q-Qfbfa , 1-54? f' y. -,. .7 L, '--3 ':.f I 94.5 f - Top: H. Lee Bryant, Thomas Bryant, JQlZl.1T"' James Byrfd, Zack Calhoun, Pat Caple. , - 'X Af-0:5 Second: Jane Card, Boyd Cardin, Rlchard Carlson, Kenneth Carter, 0 NL: f . -V '- f James Cenac, Barbara Chastam. Q "9.,:V,f'-i1',.5,, . D . fgah. W Th1rd: Suzy Chew, Rlchard Christian, Robert Clark, George Clements, T., -EIA Marion Clemmons, Winton Criswell. M33 L' .D Q' ,rr cfs ' 'R-,Eff ,, . K j SOPHGMORES .j, w, 'lu Top: June Crownover, Ray Davis, Harry Day, Nancy Deal, Nodya Dees, A X Kearney Dietz. My ' I Second: Frances Anne Doerr, Billy Ivy Drennan, Freddie Dudek, Gilbert X Spy Evans, Carolyn Fiddler, Ralph Finney. D' ' Bobby Gee, Susie Gihnore. Cfxxkf Third: Bill Floyd, Deane Fowler, Bobbie Ann Gabriel, Wayne Galloway, SGPHOMORES , C' K 5 Top: Carolyn Gold, Vernon Gotcher, Albert Green, Jacqueline Green, Marilyn Green, Skippy Griffin. Second: Virginia Grubbs, Ann Guthridge, Lynn Roger Haggard, lfgyllis Harnpek Bob Harmon, Bill Hays. Third: Gearldine Hester, Patty Jo Hoff, Bill Holder, James House, Clark Howard, Clyde Howard. SOPHCDMORES Top: Jim Humphrey, David Hunter, Bill Hutchins, Gerald Ives, Jerry James, Dwight Jarry. Second: Ray Jech, Joan Jeffries, Bill Jennings, Bob Jennings, Elizabeth Jones, Marietta Jones. Third: Norma Jones, Paul Keegan, Dewie Kirby, Peggy Kirby, Helen Krallman, Fay Lair. SOPHGMORES l K xi' "i p N ,- u Top: Bob Lamb, Lewis Lamb, J. R. Legate, Jr., Donald McGarity, Barbara McHenry, Dorothea McKenzie. Second: Gayle McMullin, Peggy McRaven, Elizabeth Mack, Frank Maley, Charles Malone, Baxter Marsh. Third: Beverly Milligan, Richard Mills, Walter CMacJ Moncure, Roy Morris, J. Palmer Myers, Donald Newman. soPHoMoREs 109 E s I T 3 S ff! z 4 'Q ,j Q U U 11 I X' Q, L. is F .4 Q Top: Arnold Oberle, Jack Olsen, Peggy O'Neal, Leslie O'Neal, John Parish, Frances Parsons. Second: Carolyn Pate, Bob Paxton, Charles Pearce, Marilyn Nolting Pearce, John Allen Pierce, George Plaster. Third: Thelma Powell, Betty Powers, Gordon Pratt, June Reynolds, Rita Rice, Carolyn Richards. 5oPHoMoREs 110 Top: Jerry Rogers, Oley Rooker, Jeannine Rowland, Ed Saunders Travis Saunders, Herbert Schlumpf. Second: Zoe Ann Schriver, M. L. Scott, Wallace Scott, Bob Shannon Harryetta Shibley, Van Smith. Third: Loyce Sowell, H. G. Starkey, Gene Suen, Cleo Teal, Clyde Tracy Frances Tucker. SGPHOMORES 111 5 ,fI'op: Miles Waldron, Bennie Ward, Carolyn Westerfield, Manuel Whit ley, Fred Wilke. Second: Cecil Wilkerson, Joan Wilkerson, Carolyn Wilson, Frank Win burne, Reagan Wright. mglzf 3400! Qyracluaferi Front: Tommy Moore, Ira A. Irwin, Clovis Perron. Back: Maurice P. Durham, Fred Williamson, Vincent De Salvo, Law- rence Mains. jl"0ffAI'l'l6Ll'l CKGLZM -'CY I-UP' If N SMITH BELL LeVEE HALL GRAY . H 0 f f l c e r s L President ..,,......,.......,, ,...,..,, , ., .,..,,,...,,,,,,... ,.... ,,,....,,,,.... L O UIS LeVEE Vice President ,.,,...,...., ...,......... L AVONNE HALL Secretary-Treasurer... ....,....... ,,..,..,,......,,,,,,.. M ARILYN BELL BILL SMITH, first term Council Representatives., ,,,. JACK MCDANIEL, second term ANN GRAY Registration, 1951 .... Those who had been big seniors were once again little freshmen, among new faces, new school rooms, but we could see at once We were going to like Jaycee. First on the crowded school calendar was politics. We picked Louis LeVee for our president and from then on, when it came to honors, we freshmen were always right in the middle. Football shined the limelight on 13 freshmen .... Homecoming with three freshmen as maids to Queen Barbara .... four freshmen cheer- leaders .... two freshmen maids to the Queen of the May. Not to be forgotten were the dances . . . parties . . . clubs . . . beauty contest . . . Stunt Night . . . May Day . . . basketball . . . the Donaghey Luncheon . . . and many other activities. Yes, We will look back on all the good times, hard times and all the little complaints as the best years of our life, all made possible by good old Jaycee and its faculty. 113 S. ,vw im. -4,1 l Top: Richard Abbruzzese, Danny Adams, Jimmy Avants, Carol Ann Baker, J . H. Barre, Juanice Baxley, Bob Beavers, Dexter L .Bel1. Second: Marilyn Bell, John Bennett, Jimmy Bentley, Kenneth Best Jackie Billingsley, Bill Bird, Irwin Blatt, Charles Bledsoe. Third: Elbert Boggs, Ernest Bowden, Carole Bradford, Gary Bridges Roy Brink, Charlotte Brown, Floyd Brown, Milton Brunson. Fourth: Iris Burnett, Kelton Busby, Vela Mae Bryam, Dick Calhoun Ida Kathryn Calhoun, Wm. B. Campbell, Thomas Canada, Conrad Carroll FRESHMEN mod- ' , I J 94. . , ch!-9,1 WA Top: Morris Carroll, Pat Carter, Robert Chaney, Oscar Chilson, Clarissa Chumney, Fred Church, Charles Clark, Edward Cloud. Second: Ralph Colby, Julianne Crook, George Pinky Davis, Roy Davis, Raymond Day, Shelby Day, Fredonia Dees, Dan Dempsey. Third: Gerry Dillaha, Jane Donoho, Charlotte Drake, Jerry Drayer, Margaret Duggar, Norman Eason, Bill Eldridge, Buddy Emrick. Fourth: Caroline Fletcher, Florine Fowler, Carolyn Frith, Jerry W. Geoge, Ruth Gleason, Mildred Glover, Barton P. Gober, Ed Goode. FRESHMEN fw 36' Top: Ann Gray, Virginia Guttry, Lavonne Hall, Dan Hamby, Jack Hamil- ton, Bill Hampton, Sylvia Harris, Vada Lou Harris. Second: Marie L. Hayes, Carolyn Haynes, Mary Frances Heinze, Gordon Herrington, Betty Sue Holt, Thomas Hudman, Ray Humphrey, Paul Huntsman. Third: James Hurley, Ruby Hurley, John Ingram, David Jackson, Bobbie Jane James, Paul A. Jennings, Don Johnston, Jerry Wilbert Jones. Fourth: Harold Joyner, Clifford Keheley, Carolyn Kelley, Billy Lamb, David Lancaster, Louis LeVee, Ernest Ligon, Patsy Little. FRESHMEN Jive 53 X' U , . Top: Anna Mae Lovell, Janet Lovett, Dorothy Lowrey, Jimmy Lynch, Jim McClanahan, Karla McClaren, Robert McCown, Nancy McCullough. Second: Jack McDaniel, Pat McGuire, Dick Mabry, Harold Mann, Charles Martin, Louis A. Martin, Bob May, Frances Merriam. Third: Etta Miller, Norma Miller, Jim Milner, David Minton, Charlotte Moorman, Harlan Murray, Valetta Myers, Ruby Nesbitt. Fourth: Bill Nickerson, Jerry H. Norried, Jimmie H. Osborne, Henry Joe Osterloh, Kenneth Palmer, Pat Parker, Bill Parrish, Jerry Payne. FRESHMEN ,QSC ,J Top: Bob Pearle, Carole Peavy, W. O. Pierce, Sam Poe, Bob Porterfield, Larry Price, Jack Pulliam, Maeoma Reagan. Second: Betty Jo Rechtin, Lula Redditt, Troy Redman, Mary Ellen Reed, Richard Reilly, Joe Reynolds, Donalda Ridgway, John Robinson. Third: Charles Rogers, Rita Rosenbloom, Charlene Ross, Thomas Ross, William Russell, Bill Rutherford, Jimmy Sadler, Betty Sanders. Fourth: William Scarlett, Jr., Vance Scott, Barbara Semora, Ellen Shettles, Betty Shurley, Robert Simons, Barbara L. Smith, Cleora Smith. FRESHMEN xLY?yK,?Pl ?.fp9 arl Smith, Julianne Smith, Legena Smith, Mary Smith, Richard Smith, Tommie Jean Smith, William Smith, William Harrell Smith. Second: Leila Snodgrass, Louise Spray, Ted Standridge, Jean Starnes, Albert Steele, Julian Tardy, Margie Tate, Minor Terry. Third: Robert M. Thompson, Ann Traylor, Harold Trimble, Robert Tschiemer, Barclay Tucker, Billy Tuggle, Lemuel Tull, Bill Vinson. Fourth. Ronald R. Wallace, Bill Walls, Bobby G. Wells, Thaddeus Wells, Edna Lucille Wetzel, Bob Wilkerson, Faydeane Wilkins, Peggy Williams. FRESHMEN an F . . X 0823, ' r Q f X W "" swf V' .1 i M F " Prof , ' , ' ms " " , "' ls ' ,- i . -f 'W M ' ::: vm W5 if Q A W' ' E 0 m e f s f- M3 Q Top: Wallace Williams, J oan Worley, Rudy Zanger D' 00,-QXLV , 2 il, ' . C I iff-JUVULQ, K Sidney Willmuth, H. F. Wilson, Joe Bill Wilson, 1, Bob Cazort. Front: Dick Bradley, Bill West, Jack Rush, Hubert Riegler, Eddie Winburne. Back: Bill Brown, Bob Patton, Hubert Davidson, Frank Harmon, Dick McGuire. 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BATTERIES I Esso EXTRA GAS E CROSLEY HOME APPLIANCES E Service the WRIGHT Way I l 123 Save Money on the Best Laundry Service! , A , , f 1- j,vllF'lII2"'?Wl?alF2i Ffmfzm' ' , . 2' . ul -I MQ-N: .Lai-?l :Ql'l ' m Avi F LAUNDRY 8: CLEANERS Fourteenth and Ringo Phone 2-5112 ----------,.-------- -,,,:::,:: Phone 3-1-168 wk WEST END LUMBER Sz MATERIAL CO. 'A' 2800 Asher Avenue Llttle Rock ----- Arkansas THE GATES AGENCY General Agents The Penn Mutual Life Insurance C0 Seventh Floor - Boyle Building if Congratulations , Graduates Class of '52 O Ke 'S LITTLE ROCK HOT SPRINGS ,xx 3, IGMZTZM, 177, X.. -.XL A. '-x-.,....i if-Q-' Iwi I tn V il M I . . . A DIRECT HIT 'YL Rn to a successful annual is determined by layout and design-by the use of N story-telling photographs presented to catch the eye and attention of every reader-by quality engravings produced by photo-engravers, mas- ters of their craft. THIS BUIIK PRUDUCED BY Peerless engraver: TELEPHONE 5'8266 FOURTH AND LOUISIANA STS. - LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 125 4 44 r::: --- ---- ---1 r--vv - 4, 4, 4, 44 44 '4 44 'P 44 1, Compliments 1' 4, 4, 4, I 14 4 :4 I -' 0 j ""' 4: I 4 4, 4 15 - 1: if EE CO. Registered Pharmacists 4, 4 44 302 Louisiana 4 If J If Twenty-first and Commerce Sis. ' Phone . - . 5-8384 Q: 4 4 4 44 4 4 44 Lv v v -:::::: ::::::: :::J L:::: A A',::: ::, Vx :::::::::"::::::: xi? VH: Txxnx:::H:H::H'::: I 44 44 1: CONGRATULATIONS 1: C 0 m P I i m 9 n t S GRADUATES! :I 3' E - 4 2: - " f ' 4 .4 4.44446 Rock Shade 1, :E W t M t P k 4 4 4, ,5 8 d Com an 4 If CS Cm ea BC CFS 4 4 ,E p y I Cowboy Brand Products '4 , . . 4 4 W H 4 E 1 ' 'l Q' 1 5: 6 me Leuiunk 'mr He 5' Little Rock - - - Arkansas ' IVtIIlI0ll'S of I our Future 4, 4: Lx --,,,,, --,,,,,,,,,, 3- ,xl lLH,::::H::::::: :::::::: .- fl A A - -::19:::: 4:59-Div-I-iii!! A A: ' --'I 94995999 75975- 44 44 '4 '4 '4 4 44 4 GUS BLASS CCMPANY 4 fl Since 1 371 4 4 1: Arkansas, Largest and Best Store 4 4 P '4 . F ,. '4 . f f'-- C 44 V "'L" -+5 .vile -7 3' i2 ' '-" 15:54-f 'J U4 5 Qs, 1 ""' 4 4'4s'4f i4 15' .sl 'I'4 '-Fl-,I get 17 ' 5 I ,AVQ A 'j' .,. ,. " "'- '--- ' P-4 1: -H5 331131 3135 ig 4 - Tfw if W -4 4 . 4' 4' Ea. ,:,,v,r,,4 .,, ,,., ....,4 ...W .,.. ,- ......,... .. 4. 4 Y .V.- .:f':,i:lL -mn-1, .,,.- 1 4. A me ... '12-1fee Q-We f 4, ,-,g,,..,1,?6- ,.. .,fezIT.4:g.Q1- V '4 :E 41 Where Every Customer Must Be Completely Satisfied 4 '4 '4 9 - - - :v.- v : 126 - - - - - ------- ,,,' - -,,-,,,',,, p,N.N.-..N.,.-..-ef..-,,,,-.-.-.,,, ,-,,, ,, .-,.-,,-.-,.-..-q 'I I 'I I 'I I I I I I I I I Best Wishes to 2 Compliments of . . . E Little Rock Junior College I M A S S E R Y I S I from E BATES REALTY C0 Laundry 81 Cleaners I ' - Phone 27-9181 - REALTORS Seventh and Cross Little Rock, Ark. ,,,, 2,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W, ,,,,,,,, ,1,,,.,5 ILLZZIZQQKL7 .... ff:llLf.lQl' Established 1875 'I :I ll on I B- ofglra CC 0 I U r Lf In n C ., THE LONG-BELL I M ' ELMO WALYER 1: 5 Pregidentx E Telepllone 3,4177 Arkansas, Oldest Legal Reserve Olfl Line 'E 41-501 Asher Avenue Little Rock, Ark. Company I 'I ,:::,::::::,,::: A::::::::::::::: u::: A::::::::- .I :::::::::::::::::::H::::::::::::::- 5-::fff:::::::::::::::f::::::::::::: 4 4 0 N N 'I Caprtol Motors8r sg Oak Forest Drug Store gs . . :I 1 Texaco Servrce Statron I 5 1, t ,k I 4, ALVIN H: FINNEY I phone 3.6363 5 Pres1dent I, D I ,k Twelfth at Falr Park Boulevard 1: 1300 and 1324 west Fifth I Liifle Rock ----- Arkansas 15 - -,,,,,:,:,,,::::::::,:,:: 1 L,,,,:,,,,:,, , ,:,,::,,:fg Congratulations rf I G r a fl u a t e s ! I E Dependable H Economical I Sears, Roebuck 81 Co. 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PHONE 4-1746 '7 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 A:,," AAQQAAQQ - 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 'r 'N 'I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 A -::.A: AAAAA--A- :::::: A A A:.A.A::::::::::::.A.-::.A.A:::.A A::::::::::::::: AAA-A A -J CAMERON-KIDD S1 CO. IN S U R 0 R S Fire - Automobile - Casualty 'A' PROVIDENT LIFE Sz ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY ART KIDD ----- - - - General Agent ROBT. M. GANNAWAY - - - - Special Agent 9: --AA AAA-A-AA-- ------ ----- - - - -:::: STYLECREST Hairstyling Salon B. ANDERS R. HOLM Formerly W'ith Marshall Fielfls of Chicago Suite 210, Reed Music Bldg. 1l2Q East Seventh Phone 2-4994 KINGWOCD FOCJD STORE 2320-22 Durwood Road 'k A Fine Grocery Store Serving Fine People '1 1 41 1 1 1 41 41 41 41 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 P J MODEL SUPER MARKET 591 1 Kavanaugh Little Rock - - Arkansas -:::J 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 41 41 1 1 1 1 41 :1 11 - - .... 444- - ..... ..... ..... - - - - - 44::4:::::44:::::::::44- , - - - - ---- - - - v 44:44 Q. . , 2: 4 N S Grow- ing 5 th 4' With North Little Rock Phone 5-4481 ELLIS HOME AND AUTO STORE 4'Your B. F. GO0DRICHSto1-e" Fourth 8t Main North Little Rock, Ark. 1 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 41 41 41 4 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 41 41 A - - - -444 - - ---- -4::4::.-.-:::::::::::- ::::4- .-:::::::::.-,-:::::::.-:- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 f,'J 2 51 I: it 'X' - 1' 1 0. 1 lg? 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Jackson, Miss. 1 '4 44 4 4 44 4 44 44 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 3 --------,--------- -- A------- --- ---- -------------- - ---'A4 For Better Cleaning See Us . . . O WITT 81 CROW CLEANERS O Phone 3-1580 Twelfth and Cedar Little Rock BALCH MOTOR COMPANY 600 Broadway I OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service 44 44 '4 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 4 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 --- ...............-....-A - --J -v,',v-v-----v-v--,vv- ..... -- -A---- ---- -- ----,fy The Most Complete Insurance Service in Arkansas . . . ah! INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Phone 82-1366 411 CENIER ST. - v--. Qvvvv - ---- LIDO CAFETERIA 'A' 615 Main Street Phone 2-2771 :::,:::::::::::, -:::::::::::: 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 4 44 4 44 4 4 4 44 4 44 4 4 44 J MILDRED COBB JACKIE SPIRES T h e FASHION SHOP SPORTS - CASUALS DRESS - FORMALS 2603 Kavanaugh Phone 3-7984 Phone 2-2624 Burk's Wrecking Co. -We Buy Buildings to Wreck? All Types of Used Building Materials Windows - Doors - Glass Plumbing Supplies - Light Fixtures Roofing - Window Weights Pipe Fittings 2516 W. Eleventh St. Little Rock, Ark. -1 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 '4 44 44 A 'Y A A ------ A A A A,: -Q A A"::,,',,,"',,',,' 1 I 1 '1 '1 - - - A --v-v AA ---- r ---A------- - - - - A 1 1: 1' 1: Our Best Ads Are Not Written- ' 2 ,a They're W'orn . . . 2 5 E 1 0 QI 'I 41 1 -'nur - uhm. lions" 1 1 1 l 4 1 Cglfgulflgfwgclzq? 411 Main st. - Little Rock II 1: ' 1 +C I 0 1 1 1 1 319 Main St. - - North Liule Rock :I If 203 Main 51,-ee, I 1: 1' North Little Rock ---- Arkansas 1 , 1, :::::::':::: .1 1,::::::::,::-:::::'::::::',::::,'::::-.1 ::: ::::::::::::::::::: 7 '::::::::::' :::::'::'::':: """' 7 1 1 1 Compliments Dial5-1139... 1' 1 1, , 1 1 - 0 1 - 1 1 1 if 1 RECTO R 1 41 UNION NATIONAL 1. 2 Insurance Aven cy It BANK 1' 1 U 11 z "All Forms of Insurance- Fourth and Louisiana E Except Onen l 1 1 4 Little Rock - - - Arkansas E -119 CENTER LITTLE ROCK 41 1 1, 11 A::::::::::::: ::::::::- :::::a t::::::::::::- ::::::::::::::v.1 A A Hum: :m'm::m'm:m"'1 fm mxmx: ::m'mmm1 I: 4' Compliments I' 41 1 1 1 41 1 Compliments 1 EI -"f- 41 1 1 1 f If ' SCHAER - NORVELL E T. .... 1 1 ,N " 1 11 TIRE COMPANY 1 11 ik Phone 5-8118 Q' 1 1 4 lg if 401 BROADWAY 4' P P 1 rAAAA- -AA 'V 1 ., 1 1 1 1 :P Home of . . . L 1 4 n, or 1 1: 3 KINGSRIDGE QC 1 'P MANIS sfore E SOClETY BRAND and OXXFORD S 1: 11 CLOTHES FOR MEN 2 1 11 " 1, . '1 41 1, 2 319 MAIN ,, B3HIH3H,S M6ll,S Shop 3 1 1' . 2 1 302 Main sneer 1: ..,,,,,, 1 MJ '7 For a Future ill the Sky ll if ' ' l Q Enroll In Aeronauhcs I CENTRAL FLYINC-5 SERVICE Adams Field U l lllflllllfllligf 1 CQQI.QQf.QQffQQC... l WG RUCK ENTERPRISE STONE II MATERIAL LUMBER CQ. I CO M N Y 311 West Sixth Little Reek - . . Ai-Iieiieee Little Reek ----- Arkansas -Hexeeee- -xxx :el -eeeeeeeee -eexeeeel 4 DRIVE INN Colonral Flower Shop 'I MR. and MRS C. L. TIPTON l Curb Service 4 Flowers fo:v1lIls0 cvas ions l Q Plieiie 3-4191 4600 Asher Avenue 2017 Kavanaugh Blvd. Little Reek, Ark. :::2Q'feffQfQf.LQ2f.lx-ililif2f.I.lQQ2QQm l .. 0 - LITTLE ROCK JUNIOR COLLEGE Il Class of '52 ' Tlne m.lT1. G Fl company TELEPHONE mn will -'H h 4 4, 'P P P P P P P P P P P PP PP P P v--v-v,v------v-v 'Y ---v-v------0:::::'o::::oQ:::':::,,,, 4, 4, HOME LOANS 5' 1: 'P Sfm1894--- 4. :, LITTLE ROCK I P, PEOPLES PP , , , ABSTRACT co. I I, BMMMQKIDMPASH sw Mwmw 905 B I B il I, I1 g ABSTRACTS - TITLE INSURANCE oy e ul 1 mg P W. VV. FINCH ----- Pres. and Sec'y 4 ESCROWS W. c. THOMAS . - - Vice Pres. and Treas. I 214 Louisiana Street Mlss PEARL HINKLE - - - Asst. Sec'y 2 1: fiirifififfffffiii- -'iiiiififffiffff-A 9455: ::::::::::::::?9:!:i ::: -: 1 r:::: :::::::::::::::::::f ::: 4, 4, LP 44 4, 4, Pf ESQLHRE I 1. M E N ' S W E A R H Q E A I N G ' +P Brand Name Merchandise ' I 1: - WILSON - SCULLY 1 1- - HICKOK - MARMEN of California 4 41 - BOTANY - RIVIERA N , I - DUNLAP - DRAKE-AMERICAN P ' Exclusively Ours In 1, HPROBIENADE CASIIALSU 4 4I 9:00 A. M. to Markham and Louisiana Ig '+ 9:30 P. M. Little Rock, Ark. 1, 4, ,,.- :PPA 4,::.-.-.-:::::::: :::::::::::.-:: .-:: Comphmenh of J. E. PYLE 135 We Furnish Everything . . . Oak Forest Washerette VVILL WASH YOUR CLOTHES AT NO EXTRA CHARGE 'k Bendix Automatic W'ashers and Dryers i DIR. and MRS. J. VV. CBILLJ DOUGLASS 1221 Fair Park Blvd. Phone 3-9354 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 I P P + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4t 4+ 4+ COMPLIMENTS ... of - SAM'S DRIVE-IN 4t J BEST WISHES GARREFF BROS. - Florists Phone -1-224-4 2611 W. Thirteenth Little Rock, Ark. "+ 4+ I 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 BALDWIN PIANOS Today's GREAT Piano Exclusive Representative BUSCH MUSIC CO. 716 Main Street Phone 5-3142 ----, .... ---- Compliments of... Cook Auto Company STUDEBAKER Sales and Service 923 Main Street Phone 4-4848 1 D 4+ + + + + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4 + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ lt J FINER DIAMONDS Since1880! STIFFT'S ---------------- ::::,-, i iam 35.439529 Hall Building 1 Little Rock 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4+ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 P + + + 4+ 4+ 4 4+ 4 4 THE FABRIC CENTRE Headquarters for FINE FABRICS J Compliments of . . . S M I T H ' S UPHOLSTERING Decorative Fabrics - DRAPERIES - 5-8519 1924 West 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 J 'Y 75 YEARS OF BANKING SERVICE TO ARKANSAS WORTHEN BANK 81 TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 4 4+ 4+ 4 44 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ J -::::,:::: Congratulations Graduates ffm-M Little Rock Hot Springs 'Y 4 4 4+ 4+ + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4+ + 4 4+ P 4 4 4 4 4 4+ 4 4+ 4+ 4 4 4 4+ + + 4 4 4+ + 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 I 4+ 4 J Shepherd 81 Company Fire Insurance General Agents Little Rock, Ark. 'P lr lu 'r 'r lu 1 Lf::::: A -::: vv.. - Portrait Photography Commercial Photography The House of . .. SHRADER PHOTOGRAPHERS SincZ19U0 Special Rates to Students Phone 4-1193 117 West Sixth St. Little Rock, Ark. Compliments of . . . "Fields for Flowers" HELDS FLORIST and GIFT SHOP O Phone 3-7700 5715 Kavanaugh Little Rock, Ark. Before You Go Away Visit . . . Arkansas? Largest and Best Luggage Store . I zz IZ do H! 303 Main ir LUGGAGE 'fr in .X Movies Are Your Best aml Most Thrifty Entertainment . . . ARKANSAS AMUSEMENTII1 ARKANSAS - CENTER - CAPITOL HEIGHTS - NEW - PROSPECT LEE - ROXY - ASHER DRIVE-IN PINES DRIVE-IN ALLSOPP a CHAPPLE 5 Books I a n d SCHOOL SUPPLIES fi 307 Main Street Little Rock, Ark. E -,,,,,,,,,,,, .... i.tit.t.......i.. ii COMPLIMENTS - of - Fendley Drug Store Phone 2-1809 EE Ninth and Main Streets lg :I I CONGRATULATIONS E GRADUATES! 5, Peoples National Bank if LITTLE IQICQIQIRKANSAS 4 J "' 'HNF T:::x:::H:'::::: "Nui: " 4 ln , 1' " C l' 1 .. . Compllments :I 2 amp lmen S of 4: I It 4 STANDARD S C H BRILEY4 11 -- 0 0 I1 1: Two I' rlendly 4 4, . P R 0 D U C E 1: 2 Furniture Stores 'I 'b 1, 209 Main, No. Little Rock - Phone 4-0376 C O M P A N Y I 609 Main, Little Rock - - Phone 5-0131 'r P Wholesale Only iL:f::::f::::::::::::::- ::::::::-f-:: FRESH FRUITS and I' 1' 1: 4: Prompt Delivery Service VEGETABLES 3 E1 WADE DRUG STORE I P If It Grows We Have It 1: 1: PRESCRIPTIUNS 1 1' 'cW'e Know We Know Phone 5-1276 - L. D. 37 tl , DRUGS" 4' I 1722-24-26 Scott St. 4' 4, Phone - - 4-2374 4 'r lu Little Rock ' ' ' Al'k3IlS3-S 1800 Wrigllt Ave. Little Rock, Ark. xxxxxx x..xxx A ixxxx xxx- xx,xxxxx wmmmm x:m::mm:'E F A: Phone 27-7649 Established 1875 1 JAMES E. 4J1MM1En WIRTZ 5' 1' 4, - Y Manager 3' E - F 'DR U M Q 1 WALDENBERGER It :5 ? 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