University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - Caduceus Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)

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gg- ji? J... I "' I xx 1 I X X 4 Y X A Word from the Staff Because our efforts have stemmed primarily from a desire to serve the students of the Uni- versity of Arkansas School of Medicine, it is hoped that the '53 Caduceus is especially en- joyed by them. This ycar's edition is unique in that for the first time the Arkansas School of Pharmacy is also represented in our annual. We welcome them and thank them for their assistance in publishing that section of the Caduceus. Wliile it is customary to formally dedicate each year's edition to some esteemed friend or group with which we are associated, we alter tradition to dedicate this year's to the students of medicine-to those of us who give this publi- cation a purpose. CADUCEUS STAFF. Page 2 I Q B aduceus Staff HAROLD A. Whom fJRVAL Riccs Editor Business M unagcr mg WF 5 was Em 55? an mnagmfsf U. A. CQARRED SEXTON FRANK STROOPE Candid Photograpliy Advertising Page 3 Medicine Section Administrative 0ffices Departmental Faculty Nursing Staff Student Section Medicine Technology 0rgani:zations Activities Pharmacy Section Faculty Students g 4 Page 5 qw , , l,5M'l3i' --.l Q F 1 ' ' 4 y s yi " h"l5-Q' ' A --. mm. Q Page 6 DR. H. C. NIC!-IOLSON Dean of School of Medicine Page 7 Administrative Personne K. XV. Newman A. lllzllkcr Hospitul Direclor Conlroller Althea Cady Eliznheth D. Marsh Dolores johnson Dylis jenkins Sujm. Bookstore LflIl'Ill'illH Pl'1',YlJ7l7llfl Clerk Clerk Typist Gladys Thompson Rosalie l'VlllCI1lJlll'g Amlry .'xll1llllS Chief Teleplwne Opr. '1lL4lL'IJlIOll6 Operator Teleplzone Opelator Page 8 'lge iw. Nl, fr I' The world cnmmi do YU!-I'fl0Hf great men, 111115 great man are very lmlzlzlawule lo the world. -Goethe Page I0 Page ll Anatomy W. C. LANGSTON Prof. and Dept. Head Jeff Banks A, NV. McCullough 1-1. N. Marvin Professor Associale Professor Associule Professor O. C. jaffee S. L. Shaver Sally I-lampumn Melba Garner Carolyn Swafford Instructor Assistant Professor Research Technician DL'lJH7'llIl6l1f Technician Secretary Page 12 Anesthesiology C12c:1L W. Sl-IAFER Associate Professor LEONARD FABIAN DOLA THOMPSON Resident IQCSICICIII Page 13 acteriology - Parasitology i 7 ii if CARL DUFFY Professor and Dept. Head "Wu--f Morris Dumoff Glenda Pehrson l ml Morgnm Assistant Professor Teaching Assislunt Terzclnvzg Asszslant 5 Peggy vanl'clt Teclmicifm Eli: Cf? wi Page 14 ww' june Davis Teclmician iochemistry 5' 2 PAUL L. DAY Professor and Dcpt. 1-lead J. M. Siegel Robert L. W'Vixom Assistant Professor I11xl'ruclor Barbara Kelley Mary Simmons Rcsenrclz Assoclale Technician ,Pa ge I 5 Ph siology - armaco ogy --M-sv I LLOYD D. SEAGIER F. E. EMERY Professor and Dept. Head Professor Paul Ewing Axxocialrf Professor Visiling Professor Reinhard H. Beulner George Atkinson David jerrzun Yilffllfllillg' Assistant Tmclzing Assislrml Martha Mfalkcr john Kilburn Mary Shepherd TC'L'fl7liCillll 'l'ecl1nif'ian Secretary Page 16 R01' Medical nit -x CAI"1'. Llzo S1Lv12RMAN Coxnmandant M. Sgt. Dcnzil Jennings Sgt. Frank Camp Page 17 Medicine A :jg X S I 1. L Q 1. L K B. B. VVELLS Professor and Dept. Head P. J. .'Ul112ltlCl1 O. W. Beard Assoriate Prr1f4'.s.sor Assorialz' Professor Guy T. Williams O. 15. I-Iouchin Al. T. Wortham J. E. Doherty l71.SlI'1lCl0l' Assistant Professor Inslruclor Instructor Page 18 Medicine Murclccl Lconarcl Lois Tipton Norma Johnson -Sl'l'fl'lIll'j' Scrrelrrry Typist Carny Fiizgibhon Biflly Rico jiffllllffillfl Z-1 Senior Trrllzmlugisl 7'f'cf111ulugisl Marv Slicl lon Thcrcsc Gibson Tech :1 irifm 'W i V' YN- .- ., .......... Y Sling D X H 5555222 A mmf an ' .gmxgufl f l, X iyrfq . f f W ..N' Y is an 1.3.3, , A M - J N I I :, -:- - -.E 2 5 ---- - L .... - . .1 ---- 5, , 1 5 V 3 . A ..., ' M1 ,.. . gag? -Iezm Hunter jzmc Cole Billie jean Cromer Ethel Cnyloi' Teclnlologisl Technologist Teclznologisl T!fC1l7IiC'iIIlI Page 19 Surgery J. H. GROWDIEN Professor and Dept. Head Masuki Hara AI. XV. l"iCHClSIl'C2llTl F. Forman H. U. Monroe Associate Professor Associulz: Professor Professor EENT Inslruclm' Head Oncology Dept. Urology z ' , A 5-1 Pauline Lay Mary Lou Rauch Gloria McCullough Pauline Coplinc Serretary Secretary Secretary Secretary Page 20 Surgery esulents Paul H. Millar Andrew M. Shelton li. L. Cashion B. W. 'Thompson I. XV. Murry W. A. Brooks R. M. Staiulon Church E. Murdock Page 2I L. M. jackson W. A. WVoodcock james R. Walt B. L. Harberg 1 Norman Johnson Assoriale Prufesso r Palau tries ' KAT1--IIQRINE Donn Professor and Dept. Head QE? was wma E . aw i ff? F Alice G. Beard Assistant Professor - es my.. Eleanor Stafford Chief Resident Page 22 -U x Q Hfilher G. Lawson Assistant Professor Pedia ries I nn I". Wilsrm Robert L. Vcrnicr liclilh L. Iones Inleru, Intern Interfz, Crcucy Fi Lzgilmlmn .-Xllnerlinc Hoyt Serrelrlry Typist Page 23 Pathology ANDERSON NIE'l1'LliSHlP Professor and Dept. Head J. G. Dickson Knlnlan 'Pamer Professor Instructor Page 24 athology john Cody Wilson Werely Lou Payne Medical Illustrator Teclmirian Teclznician ni nkmsn is Hmm N,-wma , mn Phyllis jones Dom Allison Secretary Secretary Page 25 bstetrics - Gynecology m - msn. X W XNILLIS IEROWN Professor and Dept. Head C. G. Sulhcrland Q1 El 1-fam warg aw: W E H I. a Assisifmt I'rufessm' lim' wmgngg- . HF., ., Don O. Newland Inslruftor Eva Dodge Assncialc P'rofessn1' Page 26 bstetrics - Glynecology mam usage gem 'BSS im a mn ms Ba is a is james O. Porter Leon Quatllelxaum .-X. T. Gillespie Resident Resident Resident QE im mn me mmm ma ws sm mn is may H H K pang ' w ,X W man Hugh Murray Joe Presley Leo Silverman Hesiclent Asxislunl Hesiclcnl Resident Marie McCabe Secretary an is is w Ruth Sexton Technician Page 27 seam sw mn ww am nm w A iss' dm: wmv is in is a 'msn ms J. R. Pierce Resident ml l W l adiology Isfxnonla M ESCI-IAN Professor and Dept. Head George Regnier 'l'. H. Oddie Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Wendell Ward Gilliam Brognlon Damon Blake Senior Resident Resident Resident Page 28 Helen Matthews Instructor Sue Hutton Teflmicirm Imogene johnson Tefllnirimz Teresa XVCHIIIZIII Scfrctary adiology Page 29 9 'vw Betty Buice Technician Znlma Olivieri Terlznician C. C. Young Teclznicirm J anc Brogclon .Secrcta-ry Psychiatry YV. G. Rlzlisu Professor and Dept. Head Sidney Fields Instructor Edmond F. Erwin Francis Shivcly Asszstant Professor Iuslrucrtor ff' MV' Sara Keller Marguerite Kyer Carol Thorne Technical Assistant PJylTll0llIlffl'lSl Slenograplzer Page 30 mn ss was Ruth Greathouse Supenzisor Hilda Scott OB-Gyn Clinic Mary Barrow lfmergency Room Geraldine Sutherland Fourth Floor Thelma Young Elizabeth Johnson First Floor Helen Basler Second Floor Maxine Bullington Third Floor jackie Goodman Second Annex Eileen Thornton Student Health ursing Staf 2 Page 32 Marie Steele Medicine Clinic Clois Chaney Second Floor Lorena Pim Operating Room Cherie Harrison First Floor jo Herring Pediatrics Clinic Page 33 Page 34 Seniors OH! of om' diffimzllies grow miracles" L -Iiryere. Page 35 Senior lass fficers Purcell Smith President I-I. N. Faulkner X'Villiam Van Pelt Gwyn Atnip Vice Presizlent Trerzsurer .Serretavy Page 36 9 9 Senlor lass of John E. Alcxunclcr, M. D. I-Icrmzln D. Alston, Jr., N. D. Thomas L. Ashcruft, M. D. ACflIgI70lI.ll, Ark. lxlllllflll, Ark. Erzglmzd, firk Gordon A. Atkinson, M. D. Gwyn Atnip, M. D. lil Dnmflo, flrlc. Mzllozzlflzlzzkc, Ariz. Donald B. Baker, M. D. FIlyCI'fC"I'fH6, Ark. Rex A. B2l1'l'OXX', M. D. Loui G. Baync, M. D. lil Dorado, Ark. Pine Bluff, Ark. Page 37 Curtis E. Bczun, M. D. Hot springs, Ark. Senior lass of '53 X.. -Ziff liclward B. Best, M. D. Charles Belcher, M. D. Robert M. Bl'Ell'1SfOl'Cl, M. D. Wynne, Ark. Lillie Rock, Ark. Lonoke, Ark. x Lclon Bull, M. D. Izuncs VV. Buicc, M. D. t Aplin, Ark. A Little Rock, Ark. Dermoll, Ark. Kg .. Xvilliillll L. Bynum, M. D. -x Irvin L. Carlton, M. D. Yvilliillll E. Carson, M. D. Robert A. Chandler, M. D. Monette, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. jonesboro, Ark. Page 38 Senior lass of 95 A Amail Chudy, M. D. Norlk Lillie Rock, Ark. O. Clark, M. D. Thomas E. COCIIIUII, Jr., M. D Shirley, Ark. North Lillie Rork, Ark. 5-t Alrcd C. Cross, M. D. I-Izlrlzlncl B. Crow, M. D. Neylon C. David, M. D. Stamps, Ark. Presmlt, Ark. lieebe, Ark. I-Iillurcl R. 1JlICkXVOl'll1, M. D. Henry N. Faulkner, M. D. Thomas M. Flctcller, -Ir., M, D Piggotl, Ark. Helena, Ark. Slzlllgnrl, Ark. Page 39 Senior Class of '53 Jack L. Gibson, M. D. Dwight YV. Gray, M. D. Lloyd F. Gregory, M. D. lfnyetterfzllez, Ark. Qrzilnmn, Ark. North Little Rock, Ark. Dorothy V. I-Iammett, M. D. O. Brewster l'lZ1I'1'll1gEOIl, M. D. l'Vz11'1'cn Dczm Hidy, M. D. Little Rock, Ark. Lillie Rork, Ark. Liltle Rock, Ark. James Hill, M. D. lvlllilllll Hensley, M. D. X'Villiam 1-Iuclcllestou, M. D Little Rork, Ark. Nlaliwern, Ark. Balesville, Ark. Page 40 Senior lass of '53 nz-fx aw Abel L. johnson, M. D. X'Villizum james, M. D. VVZIYITC P. jones, M. D. Des Arr, Ark. Clnrlcsmlle, Ark. Brzteswflle, Ark. VVZIIICI' G. Klugh, jr., M. D. Douglas H. Lowrey, M. D. Edwin F. Mathis, M. D. Hot Sprivzgs. Ark. Paris, Ark. jrmesburo, Ark. 'lm' Harry M. Meyer, Jr., M. D. Frzmk E. Morgan, M. D. vvilliillll Norton, M. D Conway, Ark. North Little Rock, Ark. Traskwood, Ark. Page 41 Senior Class of ' Robert K. Paul, M. D. James T. Payne, M. D. Nils C. Pehrson, M. D. Heber Springs, Ark. Le11c'l1z1ilIe, Ark. Iflemsled, Askin, Norway v .5-ami Richard C. Petty, M. D. Billey J. Pucket, M. D. Richard F. Rhodes, M. D. Earle, Ark. Aslzclozun, Ark. Osceola, Ark. Harry A. Richmond. M. D. Orvzxl E. Riggs, M. D. Howard C. Scott, M. D. Little Rork, Ark. Walnut Ridge, Ark. Wlfeulley, Ark. Page 42 Senior lass of 9 ew sw-44,5 E kg.: Donald R. Smith, M. D. Purcell CI. Smith, Jr., M. D. lJ6'fg'llHlfII, Ark. Lillie Rork, Ark. Uthcl L. Smith, M. D. P1'11ttsviIle, Ark. 4 Gerald D. Sparling, M. D. Dowling B. Stough, M. D. Terry Swaim, M. D. Hot Sj?1'l11gSV, Ark. Hot Springs, Ark. Grubbs, Ark. Lxfflllll' E. Throne, -Ir., M. D. Lonnie R. Turney, M. D. Osceola, Ark. Qzzilmavi, Ark. Page 43 NVilliam E. Vanljclt, M. D E'll'l'6kCI Springs, Ark. Senior Class of 95 L. Elczm VValkcr, M. D. joseph P. Wa1'cl, M. D. Crier D. Wz11'1'c11, M. D. Hot .S'jJri11g'.s', Ark. Little Rnrk, Ark. Rogers, Ark. Frank M. X'Veste1'l'ielcl, M. D. Glen X'Vilhitc, N. D. Marion H. YVilmoth, M. D Lillie Rock, Ark. AI0l1l'1lllfI'l Home, Ark. Texurlczum, Ark. Francis M. NVilson, M. D. Harold Arthur YVOOC1, -Ir., M. D. Tllomzls H. X!V01'thl1lH, M. D Caraumy, Ark. El Dorado, Ark. Lillie Rock, Ark. Page 44 9? Senior Class of 03 Calvin Clyde Young, M. D. Mitchell M. Young, M. D. Texnrkmm, Ark. Texarkfnm, Ark. Seniors Not Pictured: Frccl D. Mfctzcl, jr., M. D. I9'ayr:llez1z'1Ie, Ark. Bryant NV. Jones, M. D. Newport, Ark. C. Lvnn HZil'l"lS, M. D. Bradford, Ark. Mclvin R. Swallord, M. D. Nlonelte, Ark. Page 45 fig? in Q ecler Tag ist ein lcleines Leben Page 46 Page 47 George L. Ackerman Rison, Ark. Joe D. Bennett Harriscm, Ark. Leslie Buchanan Prescott, Ark. James D. Carter Fordyce, Ark. Henry A. Crane Foimtain Hill, Ark. uniors Page 48 Alice C. Anderson McGahee, Ark. J. Royston Brown Ft. Smith, Ark. Carle D. Buckley Pine Bluff, Ark. Curtis B. Clark Sheridan, Ark. Elizabeth Crawford Marianna, Ark. James T. Crews Osceola, Ark. James Drake Malvern, Ark. John S. Ferguson Beebe, Ark. YVil1iam O. Finch jonesboro, Ark. X'Va1tcr S. Guince Little Rock, Ark. uniors Page 49 Marion Dardin Summit, Ark. -I. K. Farish Camden, Ark. Charles R. Fielder Helena, Ark. Francis Gavlas Dardanelle, Ark. Austin D. Gullett Aplin, Ark. John C. Gunn D6Qll667'Z, Ark. Howard R. Harris Star City, Ark. Harold Hyder Russellville, Ark. John A. Knowles Little Rock, Ark. Don E. Loveless Stuttgart, Ark. Juniors Page 50 James M. Hampton Searcy, A rk. Samuel T. Hucke Fayetteville, Ark. Morris A. Jackson Little Rock, Ark. Ben M. Lincoln Little Rock, Ark. Lee A. Martin Hot Springs, Ark. Joe D. lX'I2lSl'll3lll'!1 Forrest City, Ark. Frank lX'lCCLllCl160I'1 Rfussellzdlle, Ark. Arthur Moore Texarkana, Ark. l'Villiam R. Murphy Little Rock, Ark. Bill C. Page Belleville, Ark. uniors Page 51 Verne McClellan Pine Bluff, Ark. Donald L. Miller Little Rock, Ark. Barry Moore El Dorado, Ark. Dewey E. Overton Mena, Ark. Lee Parker Dermotl, Ark. XfVilliam R. Seibold Stuttgart, Ark. Eugene Tate Paragould, Ark. Garland Max Thorn Harrisburg, Ark. Ruth Vest Waldron, Ark. John H. YVcsson Nashville, Ark. Juniors Page 52 George F. Stroope Wynne, Ark. Ben E. Taylor Bigelow, Ark. Truman Tollette Little Rock, Ark. Charles F. YVel1s Little Rock, Ark. Carl Mfilliams Mt. Ida, Ark. James Doyle Vfise Bryant, Ark. Barney Wisinger Pine Bluff, Ark. James Durham Afagnolia, Ark. Juniors Page 53 Walter Paul VVise Bryant, Ark. Ben Zimmerman Arkadelphia, Ark. john White Stamps, Ark. "Helter is an lmndful willz QIIIAQIIIKSS, than bollz llzc lIll7IdS full with ITIHIIIIDI and vexalion of sp1f1'iZ." Efcles1'asle.x' 4:6. Page 54 Page 55 James Abraham Nolan Beverly Harold Braswell Robert Brooks Robert Bullock Sophomores Page 56 Leo Benson Alfred Blue VVi1bur Britt Tommy Bruce Robert Chester Dallas Dalton Retia Lynn Edmondson Rodney Fitzgibbon Charles Floyd Archie I-Iewett Sophomores Page 57 Donald Dooley Connie Finch XfVillian1 Flannigan Harry Hayes, Jr. 'Iohn Hudson james Jenkins Glen Keller Wayne Lazenby Everett McClintock jim Moore Sophomores Page 58 James Jones James Knight Earle Little Robert Millel X'Villie Moll Robert Myers Paul Parker Eugene Piazza Nathan Poff Ben Price Sophomores Page 59 David Newbern James Parsons McDonald Poe George Pollock Harold Ray Mfilliznn Reagan Edwin Rise Ruel Robins Henry Rogers Louis Sanders Sophomores Page 60 Larry Riggs VVilliam Robertson Evelyn Robinson Ashley Ross U.f A. Garred Sexton Della Sue Silnonson Joe Stanley .lack Thompson jack Walker Sophomores Page 61 James Sloan William Story John YVatson VVillian1 X'Vllll2lIllS ""'i 9 . 5.,,..f..d Bu' Dunadan- ff f 0 1 mf' X 'S l' Pngc 62 Homme d'esjJ1'it Page 63 Sidney Arnold Barbara Barksdalc Alan 'Berry Ivan Box james Burroughs Freshmen Page 64 Charles Baker Arthur Beard Betsy Berry James Brown Guy Camp, -I1 George Carter Russell Cobb Martin Crow Maurice Edwards -Iohn Flake Freshmen Page 65 John Chapin I-Icury Cooper Robert Duckworth Victor Ferrari john Grissom Lowell I-Iarris Bill Hefley Ernest Hogue John Hollis Wesley Honeycutt Freshmen Page 66 lvilliam I-Iaynie james Hobgood Gerald Hollingsworth Patricia Holmes joe Kirsey Lawrence Kelly George Ladynian Sexton Lewis Betty Lowe Jimmie Lytle 2, gf Freshmen Page 67 Charles Kemp Robert Langston Kenneth Lilly ames Lowman Solon Mcgaughey Damon Martin Thomas Morrison James Pappas Virgil Perry Ned Price Freshmen Page 68 George Mitchell joseph Mundic Dowell Patterson Eleanor Polk james Rasch John Ross Bruce Schratz Harold Short Mose Smith Thomas Thompson Freshmen Page 69 D. VV. Rust Billy Shirley Bennie Silberstein James Thomas james VValker Fres men -Iarolcl Yvillll Samuel wv2ltS0ll Norman XVcsterm:m Page '70 Page '71 Laboratory echni ian Stud nts Patsy Ellis Penny Davis Bonnie Heine jane Coe adiology was EWU, Meg, echnician Stud nts ,W ff was L.-a- vi. f - wx " S F H W - ..i.,. z W E H - H .i iw? 1 ' .: .... , I Mr gg: , ,FE :S W. MT i .,.. , . 'M M E A ',sEs. ag 5 is ' YW S ' QQ.. E Q A ' Martell Phillips Thelma Liles Ruth Robinson s Fred Price Nui n mm 3,5 Q w 2 in H W : is V nw lin mn "1-i iam ibn wa : n 1 I..Ellll'1l Iflarrison Palsy jones J - Qi - :s:. fs A mi V E 'i 3 i . - :.: :,. , -izg ,.,., ' . - f K -': sis- "" L K. , ,.f gz :gi-s:::'1,.::.. ., r- -3 E4 1 SE gi l-1 Belly Warren Earl Reddick Claire Sims Norman Little Page '72 aww Hamm mam B :nm F: a m w ss a m uma ss as a :mm ,H - ss if ss ms an Jn 2 Student Body ffi cars Able johnson Dwight Gray I'resi4lw1I Vive 1'-resident Emma sm, x A .wi .., mmm n Mass mn wgyx 1 assu- 5:1 - W up nf .km Elan 'vm :msn Robert Chzlmller xvilliillll Van Pell Sccrelury Treasurer Page 73 max WMM 'S-97 gf. - gi! lx - -57 3 ' Dillalm, Alston, and LUPUS. P,P.B.P. Sm'ge1'y-at ilze Roof. Didn'! you boys hem' the bell? - QQ 252, 'uw "Code ilml lm-rmnl chest." HMMNI111111,111mm.-Crying Rules. Siudcnls learning jyraclicnl c1I1sletric.s flgnore dead sfudenlj. joe P. observes B. j. and the wonder of birth. Page 7-4 ExeczLt1'HgIW1'.s'. NI11c"s orders. Yozfre lllllkfllg him nervous, Duckworth The aids tend to lean on the sluclenls. 5,518 -lofty-'son' rr ' H . . . the was then md-zzccd fm' 95 hours on ,,, . . . PI-,Wm-,, Nlfb C1055 en mute Cmczmmtz. Miles outlines the disaclvaulages of graduating. Fletcher getting the usual. Page 75 JEPW ss iw Q S - yqfx W M, M, iM -,, ww E me x W M 2 E s V, S sa 53:5 in Ei" ,523 5 , - ss it N xi E m A a New Q mm -mfhss B: Mgmgmigmg- :xg -5.-Km H H H 5 L H 1 M-K xv, vg- n n B WB E .SAK -BN 3 91 .LLMQQ su X E ,ww Iwi ,4"' "-but we lzzwenfl got any beds." N0 S'1lp67'7lZl77'I6Ty cI1mic'leA: no bfflfllifll clef! Moving mrgei. Cyst: l That Wemlellis a growmg boy. Appmadlmg' mrget' Tille: The Hawes becoming the Have-nots. QI clovft ge! the joke, do y0u?j I just d0n't hear ?21ltl1I.7'L,. Page 76 S Q E "I prefer Kfl11l1'S leslf' If that's the sim, sonzebody ought to clue him in. Science-I think. Q and admirers. Page To delermine lolal dosage we .simply use the following eqrmlion: r" 01525. ql"P ll'.r great lo he .YUITII-17g another hitch. Pede mzzsl be booming. He got in. 77 Solid, yeah! Here crmzex mwllzer r1.sse.s'smer1l. "This is prolmbly some radiopaque I'IZfilfTHll.YJ8 U771'-Wally fC'5f'l'mS'1 dfmyl You mink? process which may be one of-" LAZe,,1,y-g-eg jg, SIGMOIDOSCOPE Very pleasant. Page 78 J QW? ? Son, you got the wrmzg point of view. How blaze' can one becmne? They can be so sweet. - N0 m,,,,ne,1,. "-zuenrilzg nzamfe, plrrjale, 1'l1artrez1se, and I T, I ,I H .Q d1m,.lUle.,, .er 3 or .. 115 one. "Who can keep score?" Go on and jump Tom. Page 79 Page 80 Page 82 ms Q an as umm may Page 83 mia mmm A f 35.3, 255 1 ' L 'J 154' iw Page 84 W sw ,:55:::.:. ,- : . i L,:,.: W .- z.: 55. Page 87 Page 88 The afaduceus 9' Staff Pharmacy Division George W. Pazdera Editor Lloyd E. Nelson Business Manage: Ralph E. Mackey Ph0l0g1'fljJl'1CT Page 89 Qgrllv H' Tl1e School of Pharmacy was established in September, 1951 as a new major division of the University of Arkansas, upon specific authority of the 1951 session of the General Assembly of Arkansas. Students are offered a minimum program of study consisting of one year pre-pharmacy and three years of pharmacy leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. The basic years of the course are given on the main campus at Fayetteville to give the student better preparation in those foundational sub- jects which contribute to the training of Pharmacists as citizens as well as mem- bers of the health profession. The advanced professional training is given at the University's Medical Center in Little Rock. Advantage is taken of the facilities of the University's School of Medicine, various hospitals, numerous retail and wholesale pharma- ceutical outlets, the State Board of Health, and the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association, in order to give the pharmacy student a breadth of understanding of his profession, and an appreciation of the manner in which pharmacy ties in with the general program of medical care and the maintenance of public health. The 1953 School of Pharmacy Seniors will be the second class to graduate. The first class graduated at the termination of the Spring Semester 1952. Both of these classes consist mainly of students who transferred to the University's School of Pharmacy from the discontinued Department of Pharmacy at the Col- lege of the Ozarks. Page 90 W 4 'f T" t Administration STANLEY G. MV1'1'1zLsTA15DT, PH. D. Assistant Dean, School of Pharmacy The chief purpose of every publication like the UCADUCEUSH stems from the desire to preserve and record the significant school events for future preser- vation. l-Ierein are found the activities of the students and faculty who together have worked and played and whose daily paths have merged in the fields of Med'cal and Pharmaceutical learning. As time PZISSCS on and our memories gradually fade, we shall be able to meet our friends again on the pages of the "CADUCEUS". It is a real pleasure to have a part in this the first publication recording the events of the School of Pharmacy of the University of Arkansas. Page 91 Faculty R. O. Bachmann, Ph. D. Paul L. Ewing, Ph. D. Associate Professor Associate Professor Plfurnmeeutical Chemistry P,Ill'I"7l7,llC0l0gy Thaddeus S. Grosicki, Ph. D. Albert H. Musick, Ph. D. Assistfml Professor Visiting Professor Plmrmaey Plmrmacognosy Roy 1-I. jones, M.B.A., C.P.A. William A. Strickland Jr., M.S Associate Professor Assistant Professor Pharmaceutical Adm. Pharmacy Page 92 Faculty James T. YVest Shirley Parker Demere Agatha Roberson LL. B., Lectmev' B.S., !.1Ib0T!Il0'l'y B. S., Lal101'ntm'y lvzslnlcfow Pharmacy Administration Instructor, Plmrmacy Plzmmncy Gyneva S. Tiger Laverne Fitzmaurice ISHS., MA., A.B. B. A. Secrela1'y I.iI1m1'1'an, Gradzmte Secretary to the Dean Syble E. Tatom CGIIIZT-PhCl7'II'l!lC3Y Libmry Page 93 AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION AND ARKANSAS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION, STUDENT BRANCHES OFFICERS Left to Right and Top to Bottom: Dr. R. O. Bachmann- ...,.,A--.-. ,, ,,,,n- Advisor Lloyd E. Nelson -----.- -...,,,- ,President George IV. Pazdera ,---- ,.... Vice-President Dudley YV. Rinehart,,-- ,, ..,, Vice-President Ric ard B. Stanford ..,,,- ..L, Secretary A. Loyce jones . ....... --.. .HL.,.. Treasurer Milton D. May- ,...... ....... - ..,,., R eporter Arch M. Ellington .---- ,----Publicity Chairman Charles VV. Crook- .... ....,L... - .,Social Chairman Ralph E. Mackey ---- --.. .,...,.. . Social Chairman David L. Mast- .... ----StalfI Writer "The Medicon Van H. VVhite-,- .... Staff IN7riter "The Medicon The Student Branches were organized in September, 1951, at the Uni- versity Campus, Fayetteville, and at the University's Graduate Center, Little Rock. All students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy are eligible for member- ship. The purpose of the organization is to famaliarize future pharmacists with current problems within the profession. lt provides opportunities for develop- ment of sound leadership in every phase of pharmaceutical practice and aids the student in his adjustment to college and his luture in the field of pharmacy. The objectives of the association are brotherhood, high standards of scholarship and morality. Outstanding events include the animal Christmas benefit party given for a needy family or other humanitarian cause. Page 94 Seniors Class 0 9 Charles Bishop Clarence D. Bolin Swffton, A Tlmrzsns Hll7'l'i.9lJ1l7'g, A rlmnsns Thcll Bowlin Elvinc Browning M1,1ll1er1Ay, A rlmnsns Lfmoke, Arkansas .joe N. Bruce Vfilliam L. Chambers .SmaCk0zfe1', A 1'ka11sa,S BKIIIXHE, Arkansas Page 95 I-Iurold Maurice Cobb Jerry H. Cole Ola, Arkansas M alzfem, Arkansas Seniors Class of 95 Charles WI Crook john W. Culpepper Jr. Parlcifz, A-rkansas Pine Iiluff, Arkansas Arch M. Ellinton Ralph L. Floyd I-10196, Arkansas OZCLTIC, A1'ka7lsaS Page 96 Seniors C ass of 9 T. S. Freedman -I. WV. Fudge Jr. Clwyzfzzvze, l'Vy0ll'll77g Melbourne, Arkansas 1 .1 -mi XfVayne I-I. Griffin Charles C. Harris I-lug,'l1es Sj2'l'1.7lg3, Texas Pamgoulcl, Arkansas Jack M. Haynes Reid B. Holiman Clarksville, Arkansas Slzeridcm, Arkansas Page 97 Dan VVil.1iam Howard Lafayette M. Hunter Fayetteville, Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas Seniors Class of i A. Loye Jones David L. Keller Minden, Louisiana Hot Springs, Arkansas Richard B. Kirkpatrick Thomas E. Kirkpatrick Magnolia, Arkansas Magnolia, Arkansas Page 98 Seniors Class of '53 .Iznncs X'Villiz1m Lewis Billy B. Livingston Cla1'ksz1z'1Ie, Arkansas Camden, Arkansas Ralph Earl Mackey David L. Mast I-lot Springs, Arkansas Prairie Grove, Arkansas Milton Davis May Janics Thomas Mullins Rose Bud, A1'kaf1.ras Lake Village, Arlmnsas Page 99 l Lloyd E. Nelson Melvin Nethcrcutt Morrzllon, Arlemzsns Benion, Arkfmszzs Seniors Class of George YV. Pazclera James C. Price Little Rock, Arkmzsas Londmz, Arlransas Dudley VV. Rinehart Charles Smets Clarksville, Arkansas Van Buren, Arkansas Page 100 Seniors Class of Richard B. Stanford Stanford C. Stolzentlmalcr Jr Hope, Arknrzsns Raton Rouge, Louisirma Raymond Thompson Van Harold Mfhitc Risoul, Arkansas North Little Rock, Arkansas Lloyd V. Woodard Waldon, Arkansas Page 101 AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION AND Row Row Row Row R ow Row Row ARKANSAS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION, STUDENT BRANCI-IES -I. T. Mullins, -I. A. Mosley, O. C. XfV?llT.C!'S, A. D. Harris, C. C. Harris, L. V. I'Voodzu'cl, D. XV. Rinehart, J. KN. Fudge slr., L. Nelson, E. E Browning Richard P. Massey, james E. I-Iumphrey Ir., Keller C. Crosby, Ed Kahre, B. R. Swift, B. B. Livingston, C. B. Brown, T. S. Freedman. -I. YV. Lewis, C. W". Crook, H. Steed, M. D. May, J. VV. Culpepper, C. I-Iollingsworth, II. D. Plunkett, R. L. Floyd, D. L. Mast, T. Mc- Fzitter. I-l. I-I. Sullivan, H. M. Cobb, D. WV. Howard, C. VV. Bishop, C. Price, M. M. Nethercutt, L. Morris, C. D. Bolin. R. B. Kirkpatrick, C. LI. Smets, C. Stolzenthaler, A. L. jones, B. J Girkin, G. R. Blomstrzmd, L. Murrzly. B. R. I-lolimzm, R. B. Stanford, T. Bolin jr., NV. L. Chambers, W. 1-I Crillin, T. E. Kirkpatrick, D. L. Keller, L. M. Hunter. -I. I-l. Cole, V. I-l. IfVl1ite, KI. N. Bruce, C. XV. Pazdera, D. R. Clopton. Page 102 uniors Class of Greg Blomstrund Clifton B. Brown Rogers, Arkavzsas Little Rock, Arlmvisas David R. Clopton Bob Girkin Luther Z. Goings Rector, Arkavzsas Searcy, Arlmnsas Blytheizille, A'I'kII71.5'llS .Alan Dale Harris Charlie E. Hollingsworth james D. Kahre Little Rock, Arkansas Stuttgart, Arkansas Sln'e1,1eport, L,0'Llt'SlIl71Cl Page 103 John T. Mclfzltter John L. Morris Sln'ez.fepm'i, Louisiana Plagarwille, Arlmnsas uniors Class of 9 JEIIHCS A. Mosley john L. Murray Bob Patrick Lillle Rock, flTkCUI.S'lIS MlC7I1'lJlIlS, Tennessee Fayetteville, Arlmvzsas Bill D. Plunkett F. llklglillltl Wlilliam L. Spikes Cove, Arkansas Stuttgart, Arkansas Pine Bluff, Arkansas Page 104 Juniors Class of '53 jim Steed Herbert H. Sullivan Star City, A1'kfmsa.s Lillle Rock, Arkansas Bud Swift Oliver G. Mfaltcrs Vlclclesorzmlle, Arkansas Rayville, Lmzisizma Page 105 Sophomore C ass Qlfayetteville Campusj Row 1: Nathan Barette, George Edwards, Beulah C. Monahan, Lois YVat- kins, Edward D. Sales, Sanuny Floyd. Row 2: Bill XfViles, joseph B. Blundell, James L. Pake, Frank A. Delmonego Jack Jue. Row 3: Richard P. Massey, James I-I. Humphrey -Ir., Keller C. Crosby, Ed ward L. Hayes jr., I-larry P. Stravolemos. CLA SS OFFICERS President ....., ,...,...,.E. - .----.-- Beulah C. Monahan Vice-President ...... .L.. G eorge J. Edwards Secretary-Treasurer --- .,... Lois Watkins Reporter ........ .,.e,e..e.,,, E dward D. Sales Social Chairmen --- -- Nathan Barette, Sammy Floyd Page ms Pharmacy Wives Club Left to right and top to bottom: Mrs. R. O. Bachmzmn, Mrs G. R. Blomstrand, Mrs. C. D. Bolin, Mrs. L. Z. Goings -Ir., Mrs XV. I-I. Griffin, Mrs. C. C. Harris, Mrs. M. Haynes, Mrs. B. R Holimzm, Mrs R. H. jones, Mrs. S. G. Mittelstaedt, Mrs. VV. A. Strickland Jr., Mrs. G. YV. Pazdera, and Mrs. L. V. Woodard Page 107 S lifg w .ge w mmf' Ni-iv' A aw wx, ek s -nm ff.-v fi.:,-5 a., Q. I aff 4 ,E .. f'1'r"49 -a It ,0 , ' M " af' 35: . V 2 533453-1 g '17 .::.:.: 1 - 3' - V W :ww . ' if if-M iff,-zz ,f'f"'1fl ffa 1 i z,-5.- Q-.,,1"' .- f .... fl f 5 ,- gn 2' Q S Q -' 4- .1 ., -- 4 if W 45 i, ig, M? ' K 1 ff , , ,Ra f . sf' Page 108 5552 'Simi Q1 ., -75.516 I . I ,Q mg? -A i ,X f 1 if 2 L 'S' -Q -if A ,, 5-5 'aff 5 ah? 0, 1. X .... ..... . , Q WX? if I x M fppmzg gif, K .2 --mg 253333 2 2 . 4 322 yt :MH '83 Q, A ' .. : :fp . .' -,E.E!EI' 'X -E: f i'-4 'N sf A y fi x 4 f W w 1 w 1 w r WY W P '1 .I E my .2eiM:,f, The Caduceus heartily recommends the firms using the annual as am adver- tising medium. Page 111 l I N " fy A A Ki l.l 9 61, 25 8l"Zl0l'LHf l'Lf6l'85f in + X rt our ro eww Q -' L ? '-E4 0 sl ll y X , .4 Although we may be many miles apart, we at Stover's want you to Q 'Kill K E feel that we hare a personal interest in your problems of equipping , N vi 75 your office. If yott have any question, and our salesman is not I lyl -,I ff F, available at the time yott want this information, please feel ff . A I free to write or phone us, collect, and we assure you that your letter or phone call will have the most careful, personal attention. uv P, In the past ten years we have becotne one of the largest dealers in the United States, with the finest facilities 0141" and most modern display rooms, and are so or- 8 ,X ganized that you can call upon us for prompt ' and complete information. SHOULD WORK FOR YOU! M Your professional office is more than a work- place .... lt is both a contribtttor to your progress sf- ' and a yardstick to your success as a physician. ffizl Y Your professional office should work for yott. As the .. . . if llii' ' " ' T'- lg ll . , Fla: :iq n in Iigffi t I I 1 N In place where you spend most of your titne. it should yield S - -' '- ' , maximum service with minimum effort. Faulty space plan- -. , . ' ' ning, bad furniture arrangetnent. poor lighting, noise, and dis mal decor impair the efficiency of your work. Your professional office should impress rather than depress your patients. A shabby, run-down, disorganized office is not consoling to patients suffering pain or physical discotnfort. Nor does it inspire their confidence in you. Your professional office should reflect your personality . . . either in decora- tive theme or in display of hobby items suggesting your personal activities. Choice of colors, pictures. plants, and furnishings indicates your personal taste. Good taste is not lost upon your patients. ozuoragi pafbgldff gHfCffL0lfL . . . The trend toward better planned and equipped doctors' offices has been gaining such impetus that no progressive doctor can afford to postpone the practical advantages to be gained through modernizing his office. Patients are quick to recognize the improved service they re' ceive in well-equipped offices . . . and equally quick to sense the handicaps of obsolete furni- was ture and equipment. 5, 0 , 27' People judge a doctor to a great extent by the appearance of his office. If they get itn- pressions of efficiency, sanitation, convenience, and good organization, they talk favorably . . , S and on such impressions a sotlnd practice can be built and maintained. NVithout the confidence and enthusiasm of all patients, a doctor's future standing in his profession is jeopardized. S WN 1L PHYSICIANS 61 HOSPITALS EQUIPMENT Us SUPPLIES PICKER x'llAY EQUIPMENT G SUPPLIES 72l-723 Moin Street Phone 5-l2ll Little Rock, Arkansas Page 112 CONGRATULATIONS AND EVERY GOOD WISH TO THE I953 GRADUATING CLASS THE FRIENDLIEST HOUSE IN THE SOUTH 9I8 Mein Street Telephone 4-9748 or 4-5030 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 744 jnl'niAA 6Izer241fA.in9 Zbyuf we pafienf Page 113 CONGRATULATIONS SERVICE, INC. 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