University of Louisiana at Monroe - Chacahoula Yearbook (Monroe, LA)

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Il 5 X' 7 ' HZ? is, ' 1 1 in fl 21 s: ' - "' ag dept if ' Y X Q ' fi if . - s 5 ' lu . nv'-I' xxXXxxxxNx'xs NORTHEAST LOUISIANA STATE COLLEGE MONROE, LOUISIANA Northeast Louisiana State College is entering a new phase of its existence. Up to now we have been primarily a commuting college. A new girls' dormitory is nearing completion, and finances have been provided for a new boys' dormitory. Soon a campus population will add ad- ditional activities which contribute so much to college education, These changes indicate another forward step in our progress. Sincerely yours, X,5Lq-,qjZLA... F AND HIS MESSA HDIIIIIIISTRFITIDII Dean William M. Smiih, Dean of ihe Col- lege: B.A., M.A., Louisiana S+a+e Uni- versi+y. Nor+l1eas+'s adminisiraiion, funciional and friendly, is in a posi+ion 'lo know and under- siand 'rhe problems conironring siudenfs, requireme'n+s of +l1e S+a+e Board of Educa+ion and requesfs of ihe public. Members are chosen wiih care. A personal willingness +o become a par+ of an ins+i+u- +ion engaged in educaiing fu+ure leaders is of prime imporiance. For some of +l1eir work ihey are praised: for some services +hey render, li++le crecli+ is given. They play a valuable role, however, in +l1e funciioning of +l1e college. Arnold R. Kilpalriclc, A+l1le'l'ic Di- Buel S. l'ldmf10l'. R99iSl'FBl'i B-A-i reciorg B.A., Nor'rl-iwesiern Siaie M.A., Louisiana S+a+e Universiiy. Cgllegeg M,A,, Louisiana S+a+e Universiiy, Gladys Sirmon Ward, Librarian! A.B., Norfhwesiern Siaie Collegei B.S. in Library Science, Louisiana S+a+e Universiiy. Clarence Ball, Business Manager: BS., Louisiana Polyiechnic lnsfi- ffifivm.. , ffi.,f,r , rw J 'LM' 1,. I e..w,s, i s :igegg::yy:z,,:,:,gg!1Hgg,ff f' -was-4 ei .i .,f,w,wz 1 ,fififfiiJ:i?'-Effil5Z75- ge, I 17 K 'nxrsfs 5s1,gi'5eq2:,: f . 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Wil? -ffrfgrisesbifiz-2safes. :fi-2.1 , ir.. -,,.,-,.r..., ..,iZ5...i.,. . . we few ffgeialfiiii'-v.ffff' mf. ' if:?5'- 2 -, wwf,ii,fic:r:g:25E9i!egeg2gQf,55p g,: .- is il 925:gg:g51gffw!?:s5:zggi5j5'Z Men: Ada Bess Hari, Aciing Dean of Women: B.A., Milligan College: M.A., George Peabody College. Dr. Ernesf D. Holloway, Dean of A.B., Universiiy of Mississippi: B.D., Princeion Theological Seminary: Th.D., Union Theological Seminary: D.D., Soufhweslern a+ Memphis. Those who are a pari of Nor+heas+ S+a+e's adminis+ra+ion perform innumerable services +o +he s+uden+ bocly and fo +he whole of socieiy. Their lives are eniwined wi+h +he doings of s+uclen+s and oufsiclers. Their responsibili+ies arise from public concern 'rhai' +he school be operafed e'Fficien+ly and in a modern manner. This, +he managemem' of a college wi+h unlimiiecl possibiliiies, is a challenging posifion. B.D., Annie Lee Wesf S+ahl, Direc+or of Publicaiions: B.A., Souihwesiern . , Louisiana lns+i+u+e: M.A., Louisi- den+ Aciiviiyi B-5-. Cenlendry Col- ana Siai-e Universiiy, lege: M.A., Universiiy of Texas. Arfhur L Taium Direcior of Siu- Hill ' V N 4 4 The Sfudeni Cenler- IJEPFIRTIIIEIIT 0F BUSIIIESS HDIIIIIIISTRHTIUII Keeping in sfep wirh American business and wi+h +he rapid grow+h of Nor+l1eas+, 'rhe Deparfmenl' of Business Adminis+ra+ion oFF pleiion of general business accoun+ing business adm' ' 'r +' d ers a bachelor of science degree upon com- Wilbur L. Perkins, Associale Professor of Commerce: B.A., Louisiana Polyiechnlc Insfifufeg M.A., Universiiy of Olclahoma. . , mis ra lon an secrefarial science curricula. A wide range of courses is o'FFered io afford 'rhe s+uden+ wirh a sound Founda- l'ion for a posifion in fhe business world or in a venlure of his own. Ralph McKay Presidenl' Commerce Club Commerce sfudenis affend worlcshop lecfure. Round fable discussions are popular as a means of obfaining useful business lcnowledge. l Dr. William R. Hammond, Professor of . ' , Social Sciences: A.B., Wesrern Kenlucky The Glrli D0fm"f0fY- S+a+e Teachers College: M-A-i Ph-D-. George Peabody College. DEPHRTIIIEIIT 0F llBElllll HRTS Modern sociery demands a liberal knowledge of whal' has gone before and of all +ha+ is happening in +he world +oday. Wiih 'lhis in mind, +'he Deparrmenr of Liberal Arrs combines social siudies, English, arf, journalism, speech and languages-any one of which aids lhe s+uden+ and increases +he preslige of Norl'heas+. Sl'uden+s compleiing a Liberal Arrs curriculum are awarded a bachelor of aris degree. Y, Barbara Pelers Presidenl Speech Club Represenlalives from high schools in fhe surrounding area , . enioy a visil +o lhe Pow Wow oFFice on Senior Day. A general k"0Wled9e of ihe world aboui Us 'S me Primary purpose of geography. s l The Science Buildin 9' Li'. Col, Melville H, GriHi+h: Professor of Milifary Science and Tacficsg B.S., Unl- versiiy of Minnesoia. DEPHRTIIIEIIT 0F R. 0. T. . Four years a senior college, Noriheasi' S+a+e is proud of her Milifary Deparrmeni. When Reserve Officer Training Corps cadeis complefe 'iheir rraining su ervised b ihe P Y narional mili+ary. rhey are commissioned in+o+l1e Uniied Siafes Army Reserves. Of g'rea+ value 'ro Norrheasi as well a s 'ro pariicipanfs, fhis course requires 'iwo years of basic and H+' 'rf 'me is in 3 ,. 52 ve Us .fu Q! r 3 4. ' wi. ,lk mark, iiii,f1sf,.?ng55 AEE? 8 ' ,612 is ' , amiga .L 1 2 ,, . U ,ik is We L 32, , mi" gg 'X f 5' iIf'f 1fiJil'. l Charles Morn Provosf Marshal Provosf Corps J l A Norfheasi' siudenis af Camp Gordon, Georgia, admire ihe A" Camp Gordon' Georgm' Noriheasi' Cadeis P'3""5l"i ROY award given io 'ihem for being chosen ihe besf plafoon of Fore and Gerald Browning prepare 'for refreai' parade. ' 'rwo years of advanced mili'I'ary rraining. lhelr com pan Y. i 0 A i Dr. Harry M. Lemefl. A550Cl5le Professor The Fine Arls Building of Music: M.B,E., American Conservalory of Music: M.M.E., Vandercoolc School of Music: Ph.D., Universi+y of Texas. DEPFIRTIIIEIIT 0F FIIIE IIRTS lncreasing numbers of well rrained reachers, performers and g'radual'es who possess a cullural lcnowlegde of music are expecled 'ro complele curricula offered by +he De- parrmenr of Music. Frequenr reci+als are held +hroughou+ +he academic year. Campus music organiza+ions include +he college band and chorus and +he sludenl' chap+e'r of Music Educarors Narional Conference. S+uden+s whose curricula emphasize music may become cahdidales for a bachelor of music degree. Srudenls and faculry members in lhe Music Deparrmenf enioy . ' .f f", m , C c rl,' Q11 f 1 C , i if r'rs , ,. "" "f- S M ,, n 1, gg 1 rrai , Charles Slovall Presidenf MENC a recepfion in 'rhe Presiden+'s home. The Norlheas? Shale Band praclices in unison l 1 Th p -d +1 H ' Lusrer Leon Price, Associale Professor of e res' en S ome Agriculfureg B.S., M.S., Louisiana Slale Universily. nernnrmenr UFIIGRICULTURE nnn Home economics The Deparlmenl' of Agricullure and Home Economics is sreadily on fhe march, con- ducling scienlilic 'research and experimenlafion, clisseminaling imporlanl' informarion and preparing men and women For successful careers in lhe vasl' agricullure induslry. Nine curricula are offered: gene'ral agricullure, agronomy, animal induslry, pre-foreslry. pre-velerinary, general home economics, home economics educalion, pre-vocalional agricullural educalion, pre-agricullural engineering. Recenl' acquisilion of a hundred- acre farm enables sludenfs +o oblain praclical lalooral'o'ry and field experience. Belly Suedkockerf Presi enl' l I Home Economics Club. Expressions of happiness are rewarding, especially fhese of E C Edgar and F' H. Holdeman employ a vise in lhe agri- liHle Debbie Free, subiecf of s'l'udy in Home Economics, and ' ' cunure workshop, Wyolene Hadskey, home economics maior. Dr. G eorge L. Siiehl, Jr., Associafe Professor The Science Building. of iAhemis+ryq B.S., Oklahoma Ciiy Universi+yg Julius Dean Presideni Geological Socieiy S. Ph D Louisiana Slaie Umversliy DEPIIRTIIIEIIT UF PURE HIID HPPLIED SEIEIIEE Endeavoring io keep abreasi- of iasi-moving evenis, ihe Deparimenl- of Pure and Ap- pliecl Sciences embraces biological and naiural sciences and maihemaiics. I+ develops abiliiies io ihinlc and reason scieniifically ancl io eliieciively +ransmi+ ihoughis. The bachelor of science degree is conferred upon gracluaies compleling 'ihese curricula: . d - boiany, chemisiry, geology, maihemaiics, medical iechnology, zoology, aris an scl- ences. included in 'rhis cleparimeni are pre-engineering, pre-denial, pre-meclical, pre- nursing, pre-pharmacy ancl laboraiory iechnician. Ge l i ci 1 h Q ogy S u en S seam for rocks' Lab experimenis solve +he problems 1 M f Brown Hall, William M. Smifh, Dean of College: B.A., M.A., Louisiana Sfafe Universify. ll DEPHRTITIEIIT 0F EDUCFITIUII Many graduafes leave Nor+heasl"s Deparfmenl' of Teache'r Educafion fo carry 'lhe principles of American sociefy fo ofher schools in fhe sfafe. Degrees and 'leacher cer- fificafes for elemenfary and high schools are offered fo fhose complefing fhe require menfs of fhe Sfafe Board of Educafion. Curricula are offered in business educafion English, fo'reign languages, healfh and physical eclucafion, home economics educafion mafhemafics, music, science, school librarian, social sfudies and speech. 2 l Kennefh Morgan Presidenl' Fufure Teachers of America A physical eclucafion maior praclices in fha Campus Labora- Local cify police officers assisf sfudenfs of Campus Laborafory i0"Y School- I School in fraffic safefy unif. I s , 'iff ','1' gg, . 5 f- ,931 .K Q A f , 14.2xw3iias.,,f:f. - 5 A , .YG U wiIqiw ' 'fg ' 1 gy 2 AY 1zs?"2e-iff H P , Q - i ' g 15 5' x -5513325 ' i Nsigiisilfqw-5' , ' Q- ' i ' fi K , 4i,l1fmLg,ga. 1 W-W --Mz--fff'f::a,.. 'A ffm 1 ,. ,f" N 1: 35222142311 We f 35 li-if .- - f4wif'fueizgze .fi 1 152125152 ' , . , W .fglsgfkgfggg 1 ' 3- ,ZR-5.5-ll, 3 51 .psfd . Q giwwiv ,, 'L,ifi,s5,aJii: 1' ,f vm-11' , bfi- .. ,W ' z, 1, dsgfaglsgggsx ,5!'-zgju WEL.:-wf.1,ff', I H , .wgw sz,,u ffv2 gf ,Q -- f 'Wm 1 - , .. f -eilii!.1a,,2-'V N f A '1i22i3:'fQ2ggi'il v ' I if Z " 5 wi 'QM .5 STUDENT GDUERIIIIIEIIT PUBLICIITIUIIS IIIILITHIW STUDEIIT COUlllIIl The S+uden+ Council consis'rs of fwo men and fwo women from each class. They are elecled by popular vole in secrel ballol'. The presidenl' and vice presidenl are chosen by +he sludenl' body from +he junior class in 'rhe lasl' monlh of +he second semesfer of lhe year. Wilhin one week following, +wo men and 'lwo women are selecled from each of +he lower classes and fhe o+her +wo from 'rhe junior class. During lhe fi'rs+ monlh of 'rhe fall semesrer +he freshman class name lheir represenlalives fo serve on +he council. The secrelary and lreasurer are elecled by and from fhe council members. The S'I'uden+ Council sils wilh lheir facully adviser prior fo a regular meeling, Firsl row, Johnie Parlrerson, and Arrhur L. Talum, adviser. Second row, Gloria Nell Moore, Thelma Parsons, Carolyn Hudson, Llew- ellyn George, Belly Gambrell, Jo Ann McDonald. Third row, Lloyd Gill, Donald Bussey, Sammie Camp, Bob Curry, Chris Galzoulas. . - I, hm.-F . - V- - ,, ,a. . , ,,,,.f-fu,::..z,,.m,,mQ.ig,,pp4, i s l ' Jolnnie Parlcerson Sluclenl' Council Presiclenf l953-54. alulaies Presiclenf Johnie Parlrerson and Jane Wallace as lne presenls Donald Bussey congr ' cl Honors Day. lhem wvlh awar s on Perry Elder Sluclenl Council Presiclenl l954-55. WDW. ....,,.., 5heibY MUVSB. edifor of fhe uslness anager Chris Gahouias looks 'rhrough old Pow semesfers. P0llI llI0lU Pow Wow for fail and spring B ' M Wows 'For ad ideas. Bobby Oden, Pow Wow phofographer, has fhe Reporfer Bob Jaclrson assisfs Associafe Edifor Richard T I 'fh ll ' ' yer W, ga ey proofs and layouf. 'fables furned on him as fhe camera cafces hlm ready for his nexi assignment EE E l The Pow Wow s+aFf covers fhe campus, ga+he'ring news of inleresl' +o siu- denls and lacully and sl'a'FF. Published bi-mon+hly, lhe newspaper carries s+aFl-wri++en news and 'Fealure slories, carfoons, eclilorials and pholographs perlaining lo currenl' lopics. Ably guided by No+heasl"s direclor of publicalions, Annie Lee Wesl' "Lady" Slahl, slaff members learn 'rhe value of excelleni' public relalions and of e+hics peculiar +o journalism, Sport Edilor Don Pendarvis scans copy with a keen sense of afhlelics. in prepara- rion for layout Joan Amos, fealure edi+or, and BeH'ye Moore, carfoonisf, selecf a car+oon for a Pow Wow fealure arlicle. 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'f Associafe Edifor Richard Tyler presenls. fi- on behalf of Pow Wow sfaffers. a depari- ' ure gifl fo his chief, Shelby Morse, who was a graduafing senior. Joe Monroe Edifor Represenfafive of work by a sfaff chosen from fhe campus, Nor+heas+'s yearbook, The CHACAHOULA, re- veals a glimpse of sfudenfs a'I' work and af play in 'lhe vari- ous ac'rivi+ies during fhe year. CHHCHHUULII Bobby Oden, Phoiogra pher Sara Hinfon, Assisfanr Edifor Leah BeEjlKi+e, -lady.. Sham' Don Penda'-vis' ass :for Sponsor Sporfs Copy Edifo, Sammy Danna, Spor+s Edi+or Elfa Addnfs. Alice Monfgomery, Ralph Langreck, Benson Prinfing Com Fe-i+Ul'e Edlffif Adiviiy Ediior pany Arfish lefi' and W. A, Benson, Jr. PUBLICIITIUIIS The Caialogue is published under +he direclion of Dean William M, Smilh. H' pro- vides bo+h s+uden+s and prospeciive s'ruden+s an oppor+uni+y +o selecf a major field of siudy. The Cafalogue con+ains general informarion concerning +l1e college. CENTER. The Pow Wow, a s+uden+ newspaper, covers campus news. H is published bi- monlhly under direc+ion of Annie Lee Wesl' Sfahl. LOWER LEFT. Looking Nor+heas+, s+uden+ handbook, describing college even+s, is a guide and calendar for new s+uden+s. Compiled and edi+ed by members of 'rhe Norih- easi- Honor Sociery, +he publicalion is an invaluable aid +o faculiy, s+aFF and upperclass- men as well as 'lo freshmen. LOWER CENTER. Conlribufed by +he Nor+heas+ Honor Socie+y, 'rhe Siudeni' Direciory is anorher publicalion which serves sludenis. The Direc+ory gives a compleie lisi' of all s+uden+s' names, addresses, +elephone numbers and birfhdays. UPPER RIGHT. The Nor1'heas+ Louisiana S+a+e College Alumni News is issued quarierly +o keep Nor+heas+'s alumni informed of ou+s+anding evenis and personal daia concern- ing former s+uden'rs. The News is published by 'rhe iournalism siudenis. LOWER RIGHT. Represen+al'ive of long hours of work, 'Phe CHACAHOULA, Norih- eas+'s yearbook, reveals an accuraie picfure of campus life, Sfudenis a+ work and al' play are porlrayed in all 'rhe various college ac+ivi+ies 'rhroughouf fhe year. Published by a s+aFF chosen from 'rhe campus,each edilion is anxiously awai+ed by 'rhe sfudenl' body. IIRIIW RDTE UIIIT L+. Col. Melville H. GrIFFi+I1 ROTC commanclanl. Mai. Alfred Singer MfSg+. William A. Jones Capt James Marshall MfSgI'. Marshall K. Lulher MfSg+. Howard K. Ray SFC Charles R. Peniacoff I SFC Myers Penney SFC Jack Walfers RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS - I954 Senior Day Visilors loolr over lhe Mililary Deparlmenl's display of army equipmenl. . -Q... ., As parl of Cadel Company "A" in lhe I953 Mililary Police ROTC summer camp. Camp Gordon, Georgia, Norlheasl Cadel Chris Galzoulas, lefl, walches as fellow Cadel James J. Slowey, of Georgelown Universily receives coaching from Isl Ll. Joseph K. Gailbrealh, execulive officer, Company "A". The Reserve Officer Training Corps is designed lo develop mililary leaders while lhey a're college sludenls. Lnllle or no furlher lraining is necessary in lheir mililary occupalion or in mililary bearing, Firsl phases of lhe program are required of all able- bodied male sludenls who have nol spenl lhe lime on aclive duly required by seleclive se'rvice law. The lasl half of lhe lraining is oplional. Sludenls choosing lo lalre advanced lraining conlracl wilh lhe governmenl lo serve a period ol aclive duly immedialely aller gradualion. Mosl graduales are commissioned second lleuienanis in 'lhe Army ReServe bul a dislinguished few receive Regular Army commissions. Members of lhe cadel Color Guard on duly: David Wads. worlh, Gene Greer, Jack While and Bill Broda. On Norlheasl Slale's campus, members of lhe Corps a're respecled and admired. They are considered well adiusled sludenls, enlering lhe adull years wilh confi- dence in lhemselves and in lheir fellow Americans. They are filled wilh anxiely, awailing lhe lime when lhey will go inlo aclion for lheir counlry. Exlra-curricular funclions on lhe campus include lhe annual Mililary Ball and clher evenls sponsored by lhe Provosl Corps, deparlmenl social club. The men realize lhey will be called upon lo bear parl of lhe gross responsibilily of lheir nalion's fulure, lheir neighbors' peace. They are acquiring lhe abililies lhrough specialized lraining under lhe direcl supervision of lhe nalional mililary lo be of significanl assislance lo lhe cause of freedom. Trails of courage, sincerily, honesly and devolion lo duly a're developing and play- ing a parl in encouraging lhese men, leaders of lomor- row, lo grealer accomplishmenls. Their congnizance of whal is before lhem helps make lhese free-world men-of-aclion oulslanding among lheir conlemporaries. A review of lhe four-year period of lraining which lhe Corps g'raduales receive would be a "sneak preview" lo an opponenl of Weslern free- dom and likely would suffice lo forewarn him of lhe impending doom of his sanclion of human oppression. ll is erroneous lo assume lhal all graduales of Norlh- easl's Reserve Officers Training Corps will remain a lifelime in lhe armed forces. Many of lhem will, afler failhfully serving as mililary leaders, relurn lo civilian slalus and become esleemed leaders in our free sociely, levelling lheir sighls on goals of unqueslionable inlegrily. lnilialive, an underslanding of lhe humanilies, high slandards of moralily and unyielding Ioyally lo God and counlry guide Corps graduales lo delermine real- islically lheir palhs loward unselfish and unbiased ideals. Ll. Col. Melville H. Griffilh presenls a award lo 2nd Ll. Charles Morn as cadels Bill Harringlon, Laval Ray, Herschel Gen lry and Fred Seiler sland al allenlion RUTC 0l'l DUW . . . Em K , ,W L , . .11,, W 5 J Honor salufe highlighfs change of command as Bill Harring+on succeeds Ralph McKay as caclef commander of+l'1e ROTC baHalion. 3: Receiving a congrafulafory handshake from a Le- gionnaire is Level RaY- Sianding af aH'e"H9" behind Cade+ Fred Seiler receives an award from a Veferan him is Bill Harringion. gf Foreign Wars, Visi+ing ve+erans presenf awards on Awards Day. In fhe receiving line for his Army Reserve commission is David Kahn, rgihf, Tied in ribbons, +l'1e commissions are being given , ' by Mai- Alfred L. Singer: Cerner. Congrafulming Hue ex-Cadek A Veieran of Foreign Wars exfends conorafulahons io Cadei is Col' Thomas S- Gunby. Sgi. Herschel Genhy 'For an oufsfandlng ROTC record. Having complefed fhe Reserve Officer Training Corps pro- gram, Charles Morn and Bobby Joe Nissen receive lheir com- missions from L+. Col. Melville H. Griffifh, commandanf. ef ,ml zafk-fi .. , 1 T Fi ' --ew "" ' ' X- .. r w . rw' ' , 1 K . , ,,,y1emu,,,,,,, M W, .. me , ,,,,. , .,,. ., Q ,M . T 3 "5"'a5: Qm L- "" ' '-'-'H S 'mf .. J Pfffff ssie . -' ' X -2 ,A -. 'fsffligzff mflffzim ' f f H "ff-ffQfJ"z'7 if "'2:fi'3:f!fii19f 4914 L me W" ,,,i 'v-5,:2-s-:qgfi,-s,.:1- , f+::fff"'f5 J' .wffff vs Visifing officers review fhe ROTC baffalion on +h Inspeciion Day. I " Ea nnual Close inspeciion in 'Phe ranks is done by Brig. Gen. John Weckerling. The Mili+ary Band performs on fhe parade grounds in warm 'Fall sunshine MlSg1'. William A. Jones. an inshucfor in flue Mili- 1'ary Deparfmenf, readies flue firing range. BUTE Ill Aiming al' 'Phe bull's eye prior lo squeezing ine lriggers al' 'largel praclice, lefl +o rigl1+: Cadels Glenn Swell, Franlc Swayze, Doyle Bonner and Joe Messaros. THE CHISS RO0Ill Bill Harringlon, s+anding, fakes lime our a+ 'lhe Provosl Corps clance 'lo fell a good 'Pale fo inleresied lislenersz Sonya Franlcs, Dorofhy Cox, Dwaine Tharpe, Carrie Nell Spence and Bob Winclle. Highlighfing lhe Provosf Corps clance was ihe presenlalion of lhe Provosf Corps' giff by Perry Elder 'lo LiH'le Colonel Caro- lyn l"ludso'n, shown wifh Cadel' L+. Col. Ralph McKay. Also shown are Donald Bussey, Sally Ann Taylor and David Kahn. Refreshmen+ lime af The Provosf Corps dance is enjoyed by Carrie Nell Spence, Capl, James Marshall, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Llewellyn George, Jimmie George, Johnie Parlcerson, Mrs. Parlcerson, Ralph McKay and Mrs. McKay. mf mg Y W E A I w 1 1 R . i ? ' 3 Q 1 i K5 .X 9 1 I BEHUTIES FHUURITES 3522536 M4 AX ---s-1,,15!v2213:'11. 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R8 9 y nf! a Ol' af' 0 unhnq merV' a We 8650 io S Sylvia Jones A malor In biological sciences, Sylvia is a member of Gamma Zela Sororliy vice presidenr of lhe lnler Faufh Council and business manager for Redskins on Parade, annual varnely show She plans lo do research for lhe Louisiana Sluclenfs a+ Norlheasl' greally enjoy fheir in+eres+s in exlra-curricular aclivilies, in sludies and in school spiri+. Many excel scholaslically and socially. A 'Few have achieved leader- ship by disfinguishecl parlicipafion in campus funclions and organizafions. Because fheir slrengfh of characfer and delerminalion of purpose are worlhy of nole, WHO'S WHO is proud to presenl' . . . xW'a" Sllslbal :nAef"be':e: ediko' ol ,N . ivl gs o Sem b 'NXnnSl'olo'jrl:ll:' .X 1 aio! llolnx hakef"l,:gp8P"' P-s a Xoulnallilsamchlllfilzolleqe no ofwf Q P-li-ma We You Marianne Buce--Her work as piano accompanisf io opera and college choir and as a brillianr soloisi' were responsible far her being chosen as music's WHO'S WHO. Billy Adcock-Wiih fhe highes+ scholaslic average of men in agriculfure, Billy lock a lead in Demeler Frafernily in which he was elecled presidenf for ihe l954-55 academic farm. Vernon Wilson-Maioring in physical educafion, he was an ouislancling aihlefe. Characferisfic of Vern was his friendli- IIBSS. l William Childers-William was recognized as the mosf ouf- slanding man sluclenl in an Educalion curriculum in his grad- ualing class. A social science maior, he was a member of lhe Fulure Teachers of America and 'the Social Science Club. Alice Monfgomery-A speech maior, Alice direcfecl Redskins Frances Deggans-An oursfanding physical educafion major, l-ner services were offen soughf for girls' inframurals in lhe Norfheasf area. on pared for H' d V d . Belly Sue'RockeH-Seilfy Sue was considered unusually cie- e . e secon 'me an PlaYe'-l an 'mP0l'i0"'f role pendable in all her assigned worl: in Home Economics, which In ihe school's producfion of The Robe. l, was er major. Conscieniious and iiiiabie. Lesiie was a so- i high caiibre. ii was his na- probing be- Lesiie Caiioway-4 ciai science rnaior, oi' consisieniy e io go iuriher khan 'che +eacher's insh-uckions, ih ihe surface io find exira vaiues. -kur nee de- iready heid a bacheior oi science iheasi as 5 pre-medicai schoiasiic Dennis a ame ko Nor inkained a rnedicai Dennis Baker' in -Looioqy when he c ' 'three semesiers he ma was accepied by ihe civanced study. qreo student Dunnq average in chernisiry oi 3.0. 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Marcellus urges his fafherl Senafor Gallia, fo believe in H19 power of+l1e robe, U I KLRQ H Q, f "f ., wig, . f , M im, .M ,r,,, , 5 s srr5s THE ROBE display designed by George C. Brian, Assislanl professor of speech. x::::' 'ai zzii ZZ ' :ii R . fa 223 1 iiiia if E ' 5355: ' 552-5 'wr 55555 ESES' --XY . 4l'1r Viz '4 4-Wh and-H CURTHIII Ulll FOR T laid' ..-I-k..C.f-ss " Horace Thompson "Thief on fhe Cross" is a drama'I'ic play wri'H'en by a 'Former Norfheasi' siudenf, L+. Horace Thompson. The drama was parfialiy Filmed by +he Speech faculfy wiih a s'I'uclen'I- casi' and shown over KNOE-TV in +he opening of I954. L+. Thompson received his B.A. degree in journalism in May l953. He was on duiy a+ F+. Riley, Kansas, a+ +he 1'ime 'I'he CHACAHOULA weni' 'io press. Malilcla fells 'rhe constable +ha+ everylhing is all right "Ma+ilda, you musf sfop hiding from life." Freddie Eason and Jerry Dean rehearse scene from "You Touched Me." wfodd M Dlm THE LIGHTS FDR . . . Rosalie Ballaglia, a Neville Junior High sludenf, was guesl vocalisi. L Y elskiw No variefy produclion is cornplele wifhouf a chorus line, These eighf freshmen lovelies in fhe "Red- skins" chorus are, lei? 'lo righf, Jo Ann Abraham, Nell Rogers, Miriam Briggar, Barbara Ann Gaar, Bar- bara Rogers, Anna Befh Lewis, Mary Ann Pi+arro, and Beliy Craig. X was Mm, , A- --,.-,...,...s.,,.Wi. ww. .... .i......,......w ...,,.. s.,,,m1,,.,,....sX....s...,m...,e..M,,. ,.., ,--- ..v.W,...,.... 1 ,, N... CIOWNS. Bob Jdclrson and Jo Ann McDonald, enferlain rhe audience beiween ads. Chorus rehearsal lags on and on. Sally Ann Hayes and Joan Amos sing +l1e inlroducrion fo "Redsldns." nl a...nn..d-4. Dlrecfor Alice Monigcmery gnves mslruchons 'lo her si'a'FF of slage hands as 'lo how flue sei should be placed 3 ' 5 Sfudenfs cl1a+ wiih Dean William Smifh a+ +l1e Sigma Alpha Chi House. Beffy Craig. Anna Heil' Lewis and Sigma Alpha Chi members, wiih Herschel G9"+"Y meel' Mal- Alfred lhe aid of Gamma Zela Girls, dec- L. Singer and Capf- James Mar' oraie fhe fraf house. shall af fhe Sigma Alpha Chi House. THE GREEHS Sigma Alpha Chi Banquel Gamma Ze+a Pledges l l ' . V , ' - : ' Monroe Alumnae of Phi Mu, nafional collegiaie sorori- +y, enierfain members of Nor'lheas'l"s Gamma Ze'l'a wiih a social hour al lhe Presiden+'s home. Gamma Zela pledges enlerfain members. Maude Marie Holmes and Dean William Smifh. Phi Lambda Tau Jo Ann Benne++ and Sally Ann Hayes give Andrew "Radar Couch his reward for being I954's "Uglies+ Man." , , . 5 4 , f f Bobby Edmondson and Sally Ann Hayes, Sigma Alpha Chi Sweerhearl. SPECIHL College sfucienfs dance for high school seniors on Senior Day. Limbering for a fap dance. I o A modern dance performance. Visiting high school seniors enjoyed ihis rendiiion. DFWS 2 1 2 5 Twirp QSHE's paying!l Week finds HIM SHE calls for HIM af daie enioying ii. Who's buying? SHE is! 'Hme 5 HIID IIIORE SPECIIH DHV5 H helps defermine geological sfrucf Ure xi 3 Speech rnaiors lool: info Hue fuiure. A business consul+aHon in 'Phe Commerce Deparfmenf Teachers and siucienls confer abou? a pracfical problem in Commerce. School personnel and parenls discuss muiual inleresf during a PTA leaders and fulure teachers exchange ideas on public Leadership Conference a+ Noriheasf. relafions. IIIUSIC B699 wa me RBS' . X nO sl'-'fa ko mu A rose for feacher. 5 I didin'f do H! . . . Whaf happened? IIIUSIC . . . ITIUSIC Music's in our blood Pearls! For me? Men of geology. The bearded s+udy Hue rocks. l llIE llUE I-IIID LE b d erin Home Ec. There has+o be a u g A Hom e Economics curriculum includes H. Are we coming io 'Phe pariy? Yes, indeed! Didn'+ Fafher come fo dinner? A ,,.N,r ., ,.. V E S rf, 5 Q 5? S E51 J!! :fr sn-v-"-- fl, .l THEII TEHCH UTHERS The young ones, eager +o learn. Our +eacher foclay is a real policeman! What a bull's eye! ln 'Phe Campus Laborafory School. u k,aaQz5vxaSaviQaw1422s3xf:bm af X Discussing 'Phe necessiry of socie+y's wafchmen. Le'Hing work become fun. Designers enioy 'their work f i'- FRESHIIIHII HHZE DFIZE l Say gel a load of us-we're back fo our childhood days There's an old adage +ha+ one musf pay for fhe good 'rhings in life. Alfhough college freshmen do pay by supplying humor and obeying orders for +heir upperclassmen, ihey fhoroughly enjoy fheir own hilarious comedy: fhey look forward 'ro and enfer fhe haze daze program wi+h full coopera'riong fhey graciously accepf fhis inifiafion info The won- derland of new adulf experiences. Sweef Ha rmony? l Freshmen dream of a brighfer fufure Sm1+h second from The rlghl' wlih an Informal lea af lhe M9mb6I'S of 'lhe We5leY Foundallon enlol' weekly luncheon m Preslden+ 5 home lhe Wesley House. Church of God Fellowship members Wamul Owens, Doroihy Ann Smi+h and Mrs. Bob Clay cha? wifh +heir gues+, Rev. Bennon Walfers. 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'fiI"'ff" 'i f'Ys 1 Swv' 0145141 "' W N1 Wxkmxxw V U7 fw X SPORTS 3 M fggiiti THE COFICH 0F THE ERR l 2 ziilfh ill To some afhlefic coaches, building characfer is more imporlanf fhan winning games or raising fhe individual above +he +eam. They devole many of fheir besf years +o fhe guidance of young minds and developmen+ of physical abili+ies. Through wholesome spor+s. fhey feach +he meaning of cooperaiion, fhe recognifion of heallh- ful habi+s, and +he value of clean sporfsmanship. Such a man was Jim Malone, +he Indian menlor of an era, l JAMES L. MALONE Coach Malone a year afler his arrival a+ Norfheasf. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ARNOLD KILPATRICK Since his arrival a+ Nor+heas+ in I952, Coach Arnold R. Kil- pa+rick has held Ihe responsible posi+ion of alhlelic clirecior. Now, being head baske+baII coach for +he firs+ ear, his re- sponsibiliiies have Joubled but neverI'heIess, he has filled bolh osirions wirh abiIi+y Iha'I meriI's P 'Ihe saying, "A iob well done." I Coach Arnold Kilpalriclc checlrs 'Ihrough one of his many iles on afhlefes. On ofih mnydIesIhI'b'faIITran r de Bully W s Co cl' He VY W0 Gly Boyles glan s P from IHS 59 es for th pho+ogr phe ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH AND BASEBALL COACH- HENRY .W. BOYLES Friendly, easy-going Henry "Woody" Boyles has performed his duries as assisranl' foolbal' coach and baseball coach in a manner 'rhar warranls his being one of Ihe finesf leaders in Ihe sporls field. Ma rl: Boafrighl, Qua rlerbaclr Opening +he pigslcin season wifh +he Lions from Soulh- eas+ern Sfaie College, 'lhe lndians dropped 'I'he game by a 28-O score. Composed largely of freshmen and sopho- mores, 'rhe Tribe seemingly caughf opening game "fum- bli'ris." Sou+heas+ern capilalized on lwo of 'rhese weak- nesses, which accounled for +wo of +he louchdowns. Sou+heas+ern's powerful veleran line held Nor+heas+'s ground yardage fo a minimum, and +he Redskins had fo +alce +o 'rhe airfor yardage gained. mmy Childress slurls around lefl end for a yardage gain as opposing players close in fo hall his Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, boasfing of having GSC Champions for +he year, had a scare wi+hin an inch of +heir lives when Camillo Defore received fhe opening kickoff and wi+h a specfacular broken-field run, raced I02 yards for fhe Indians firsf and only lally in the game. The Redskins, however, weren'+ prepared +o mee? a 'ream wilh 'rhe vasf manpower 'rha+ Tech had in reserve and were defeaied. Final score, 6l-6. IIDR HEHST US lil. TECH IIORTHEHST US ITIGIIEESE The McNeese S+a+e Cowboys, who up +o lhis game l'1adn'+ made much of a showing, surprised +l1e Indians by 'lallying five +oucl1downs +o beal' No'rll1eas+ 38-6. Bofh leams played a hard-fough+ con+es+ and seemed +o be evenly mafched. A+ the half-+ime +l'1e Tribe had held +l1e Pokes lo a I3-6 sfand, and from lhere i+ looked like anybody's game. Mc- Neese came ou+ sfrong in +l1e fhird and final periods, how- ever, and +oolc 'rl1e game from +l1e Redskins. . .. M ,. , . . ,... ..-. . - .,.. l,.,,, . ., , -A 1 .. .,.. ,,., V -v--:wagevgff-v awww-inmi-mms:Qi-wwnmw4a,mm: ,..msmapmf4-fm-11121,mxmfwfs-rrrfemif. Lloyd Ray Smifh, Baci: Wesfern Kenfucky +oolc advaniage of +wo Norfheasi fumbles in +l1e Firs+ quarfer of 'rlie game and, wi+i1 fhe air aHack of Jerry Nassamo, rolled +o a 28-0 vic+ory over +i1e Tribe. Sparked by Ronald Gunfer, Percy Wheeler and M. R. Cole, Hue Redskin forward wall held 'Hue Hillfoppers' ground yardage +o a minimum, causing +l'1e Ken+ucky boys fo +ake fo +l1e air for fl-ue maiori+y of +heir gains. Foorball fans were impressed +o see sucl1 s1'rong opposi- fion as +l1e Tribe gave +l1e Hillfoppers, who are no+ed for 1l'1eir power. Making sure 'lhai' opposing player, 26, does noi' 'lake an in+ended Mark Boa+r,gh+ Back pass are Waller Reed and Mari: Boairigln' on eiiher side. IIORTHEIIST US RRI-IHIISIIS ll. 8: III Jimmy Berry, Tackle Norfheasi' mer 'rhe powerful Bollweevils from Arkansas A8cM for ihe annual homecoming game 'rhis year in 'rhe hardes+ foughl' +iI+ lhe fans had seen in many seasons. The Weevils, coached by All-American Jim Benfon, seemed +o have no more power lhan +ha+ of 'lhe Indians, bu+ by faking advaniage of several Redskin errors, 'lhey pu? a damper on Tribal spirils by walking away wi+h a 2l-7 vic+ory. P Wh l G ercy ee er' uard' As a Norlheasf back fumbles a massive pileup of bofh sides fakes place while 'Phe referee casually looks on. Jim Roberfs, Guard. IIURTHEIIST US IILIIBIIIIIH STIITE Anolher end sweep is feaiured by fhe Norfheasl- opponenis as 22 carries 'Phe ball behind s mage. Cflm- Coach Malone's Redskins frav- eled fo Livings+oin, Alabama 'I'o 'langle wi+h ihe Alabama S+a+e Ti- gers in a grid baffle +ha+ was a Figh+ fo +he finish. The indians mel' +he Bengals on +heir own ground and showed fhem s+iff compe+i'rion 'rhroughoui' fhe game, Boih Ronald Gunier and Percy Wheeler gave fhe hosfs irouble in +he line, while scafbaclcs, Billy Jo Milsfead and Lloyd Ray Smiih, deali' +he Tigers "ground yardage blues." Traveling ligh1', however, 'rhe Tribe clidn'+ have +he reserves io masfer 'rhe Bengals, and los-P, 32-20. Sherrod McKoin, Tackle Bob wlndle- Tackle Bill Breda' Tackle IIDRTHEFIST US IIDRTHIUESTERII Francis Yocom, Taclcle Jerrell Busby, End Funny fhing, fhe lndians 'look +0 1'l1e road 'ro meer +he Imps of Nor+l1wes+ern a+ fheir homecoming and oufplayed +hem! Wha+ was more puzzling, we gol beai' . . . by score +ha+ is! Norfheasl made more firsf downs, more ground yard- age, more yardage by air, and showed much more abilily lo maneuver in 'rhe soggy, rain-drenched field. The only ihing we lacked was 'rhe seven poinls 'rhe Demons made. Final score, Norfhweslern 7, Nor+heas+ 0. Jim Knox, 70, moves in lo faclcle opposing player carrying lhe ball. Ronald Gunferl End Coach James L. Malone's Redskins were barely squeezed ou+ in 'Their game wi'l'h +he Wildcats from Louisiana College by +wo field goals. During fhe firsi half, +he Indians seemd 'ro have fhe game in fhe bag. The forward wall and backfield were working magnificenily. A+ lhe end of The second quarfer, if looked as fhough 1'he Tribe had an easy win wi+h a fwo fouchdown lead, I9-7. Bul wi+h fhe fhird quar+er, ihe Cafs s+aged +wo +ouchdown drives and, wifh fhe kicking abiliiy of Sonny Clark, wen+ ahead +o defea+ +he Tribe 2l-I9. Lloyd Ray Smifh reaches while siill on +he go for a bullef pass 'fired by Mark Boairighf. Jim Knox, End IIORTHEIIST US lil. C0llEGE L ill in 5 . 5 i F' if al 3 , rg i all , . Eli ll ' il T' L ll ilsjilg l ll if 2 fi i ii li il f i E E i it Z. 5. IIURTHEHST US TEIIII TECH The Indians weni' on a scoring 'rampage a+ Cookeville, Tennessee againsf Tennessee Tech buf iusi couldn'+ keep scoring fasf enough. Tech nippecl +he Tribe, 42-20. Jim Knox and Ted Jones conrin- ually gave fhe hosfs Trouble on fheir ground yardage and plowed holes fhrough Tech's forward wall on 'I'he offense buf, again, +he few reserves of Nor+heas+ iusi couldn'+ compefe wi+h 'The vas+ manpower of fhe Cookeville feam, Vernon Wilson, End Joe Messaros, End Wi+h +he referee's whis+le, +he lndians' final game of fhe season opened on Brown Field, resuliing in one ofihe grea'l'es+ upsefs of 'ihe Gulf Sfafes Conference. Rafed as as underdogs fhroughoui' +he enfire season, fhe Redskins ou'Hiough+, ouf- played, and liierally scalped ihe Bulldogs of Soufhwesfern. 35-6. The Tribe's firsl' 'rally came in fhe opening minu+es of 'rhe second quarier and from +here i+ was 'rhe Indians' all +he way. Soufhwesiern sfaged fheir lone fouchdown in 'lhe laHer pari of fhe lhird period buf appeared +o be no fhreai +o +he Redskins a+ any +ime of play. IIURTHEFIST US SUUTHUJESTERII Sammy Moore, Cenfer The end of anoiher game: fhe end of anolher season is realisfically represenfed in ihis scene of 'rhe fired, muddy. PIBYEFS 5l0WlY 5'lePP"'9 off ihe grid wi+h nofhing buf memories behind ihem, fond and sad. "l wan+ an in+erview," a laughing Joan Amos says 'lo Billy Joe Milslead before a praclice session begins. "Anal baby malces fl'1ree," miglwl well be fine capfion of 'llwis liHle sl1o+ of Francis Yocom and Lloyd Ray Smi'rl1's holding one of Nor'rl1eas+'s fulure gridslers, "Baby" Willis, son of Hue 'lrainer Andrew "Bully" Willis, HOHIECOIIIIIIG 1954 waving io 'rhe lhrongs along mid-fown DeSiard Sfreel is Car- rie Nell Spence, while Sammie Camp smiles fo the crowds on lhe opposife side of lhe sfreel. The fwo coeds were in The Cheerleaders Barbara Rogers, Dell Moore, and Boyce Ann Homecoming courl. :.iff+ :x.lf,,,a,5.:..1,::.ffsm,5 .- , . .. ,, , M i , , , ,M SIM..S.,.3,M,,f,,f..fg:m,:ffgr,.g.,M,f,,,,.,,,,f,f.,,.,,,5,. ,r,.-,,,,,,,,.. . . V E H H ,K .. .. -... ,,.. ...W - '--' Irr- 'I - ' - , W 1 "1 ' A .f L' M 1 65, 'T 3535, v. -. Y K V, ,.g,:. 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Half-lime fealures depicled a 'lour of inleresfing places in New York Cify. ' fl ai Sigma Alpha Chi 'ralres par? in half-lime acfivilies wilh hu- morous clowning. From cenler fo righi are sad saclrs Bob Jaclrson, Donald Bussey, Charles Coe, Bob Be+z, Billy Roach, and George Henningan. le 5 f xl S 5 5 1 Escorling Queen Belly Gambrell is Sieve Moore, leii, afler alumnus George Bolfon, righl, crowned Miss Gambrell. J ' Taking lo a slrange cou'r+ for 'lheir firsl' game of 'rhe season, The Indian cagers langled wilh Loyola of New Orleans and received a bearing of 9l-66. Three days laler, lrhe hoopslers played 'rhe Lions of Soulh- weslern in +heir firsf GSC encounler and mel' wilh defeal, 76-60. James "Flop" Shively looks on as his feammale drops one in fhe buclzel lo pul The l953-54 edilion of lhe Baslre+laall 'team consisls of, 'lirsl row, Travis Ford, Glynn McGuf'lie, Mel Gib- son, James Shively, Joe Jordon, Monly Monfgomery, Harold Davis, second row, Larry Argeron. Roberl Earl Williams, Lloyd Croclrer. Bill Bigby, Bob Bennelrl, Junior Auslin and Bill Crowe. Norlheasl furlher ahead iY""" "W " Wa Travis Ford reaches high in an a'Hempf 'Io prevenf McNeese's for- ward 'from shooiingg a+ any rare fhe sho? was hurried and somewhai' inaccuraie. On rhe road again, 'rhe Redskins +acklecl +he Easr Texas Bap+is'rs buf losi' for +he fhird consecu+ive 'rime 77-70. Then +heir luck changed. The nexi' game saw Norlheasi' lake lhe Cenlenary Genls 82-76, and, affer 'rhe bealing a+ New Orleans, 'lhe Tribe re-' venged +heir defeai' from Loyola by a 75-73 score. Del+a Sfare couldn'-r compefe wi+h +he rampaging Indians in +heir fourrh home game, and were nippecl 65-62. Arkansas A8cM was nex+ +o mee? wi'rh defear a+ +he hands of +he Redskins, 82-73. Traveling ligh+, +he Tribe fangled wi+h Mississippi College and was barely nipped, 76-72. Four days la+er, ano+her GSC opponen+ clipped fhe wings of lhe Indians, 82-65. Mel Gibson jumps high wilh opposing player lo prevenf his shoo+ing while his feammafes look on. -ws Some of fhe no+able regulars are Bill Crowe, Bob BenneH, Bill Bigby, Mel Gibson, and Harold Davis. The cagers of Della S+a+e avenged +heir previous defeal earlier in 'rhe season by swamping Nor'I'heas+, 74-66. A few days la+er, Soulheaslern 'loolc fo 'rhe cour+ and slaughlered 'lhe Indians by a l05-76 score. Louisiana Tech visiled lhe campus of Norlheasl wilh lhe expeclalion of going home wilh anolher GSC vicfory bu+ couldn'+ keep up wi+h 'Phe Redskins and mel delieal by 65-6l. Louisiana College, on 'lhe o+her hand, proved +o be foo much for 'rhe lndians and clipped +hem, 73-55. A powerful Mississippi College feam barely slipped by Nor+heas+, 83-76, while 'lhe Bap'l'is+s of Easl Texas dumped +he Tribe by a 83-73 score. Bob BenneH', Cenler James Shively, Forward , yy 3 NX gzg shi i Def X X , l, . 1 3 E K 'Q if 6 E Q Q ' 6 L , . E m l , 1 l 3 1, 5 E z ' 2 l 3 5 f 9 f Q f XY A f' ?- 5 2 , ' , I 3 2 Xsf' .L H' - m was-are--W-lea' -esaeem-as-V V f V.,.,sl,Q,.,.,,,,...W,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Bill Bigby marks up lwo more for Norfheasf. Mel Gibson, 44, 'lhe GSC's "All-Confer- ence player" lumps high will: legs benl baclc io slnool a hard one. Bill Crowe, Guard Bill Bigby, Cenfer Regulars on fhe +eam are Tommy Laos, Camilla De+ore, and Jaclrie Neal. Woocly Boyles' l954 Baseball Team 'lakes lime oul. BllSEBHl 1954 J. B. Nolan slugs ano+l1er +o fha Ieff. Nor+heas+ pifchers of 'rhe I954 season. The Thompson brofhers Clyde and Billy fake fheir caps off for a camera pose. Camillo Defore slides info second. Nor+heas+'s baseball 'ream, one of fhe sfrongesl squads in +he Gulf S+a+es Conference, proved a real +hrea+ lo lheir opponenfs for +he crown. The Indians played ball as only a well-coached leam can and, wi+h fhe pi+ching arms of Bo Laird and Joe Jordan, made a close race for 'rhe cham- pionship of +he GSC. Coached by Henry "Woody" Boyles, lhe Red- skins held lhe Gulf S+a+es Conference crown in bal- lance for more +han +wo weeks while +he Louisiana Tech, Sou+heas+ern, and Noriheasfern +iH's were played off. ' 1 ! if ., vs a ' " .3 Q 1 LE 'gn are f QI? QQ 9 X, , L? 2 s fi . ,N 5 s ! if 9: r L I' 3 5 Egg ' E SW ff 515 H 1 A S Ng, Km 35 fr-.q W at ' 1 a U i W N if 'o ,,---, 31 Q a. 1' F 1 u M f S, E J 1 T . ff ls: 5 S4 I 1. , 2 L gif 1 ,gwrlu lsw M , W ,Wk ,513-S 9 ' m iiiw 1 ' in 51' 2? L 2+ 6 Q Q N f ,JRE i. Q, 'M , , - 4 ' 5 f a " , ' ws P Mg X553 +R " 9' " 4553 A QL, Qi' Ir ,- HB.. xg 5 J AH W' M L 1 gk 5 B' X 15. J' + 1 W 13 1, nv m R' . N 1,,- -1 . , ,,., if ,- '11, - .im 5 Q E I , ., ,, - - ,,., - . e Q n a o an on aanoa A A 'A A 'L'- - vfgffgffifiii .g..:ig, L,i5f?f W ,, ' ': . N:,, ,G,gL Q, If 'ff ffiiwlflfi , 'S . " - 5 '2 " N -1' no e n gferg X .,f,,..., ,,.,, ,.., f.,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,., -wer. frm, - - I 'A - L , no Q - ee ' , J, B. Nolan, Jackie Neal, Tommy Leos. Wai+ing to board a new s+a'Hon wagon for an ouf-of-Town game are four 'reammafes Clyde Thompson, J. B. Nolan, Joe Jordon. A J. B. Nolan malces a clramafic slide info home as 'the ball whizzes info llie ca+cl1er's miH' 'For a micro-close play af flue plaie. Q .. .,,,.,. .ff .,lW.,.f-.v,- 11:-11.4-, ,. - . ,mr W f 1.,1:...g..: ' ' . ww ff 'f f . . . , .. Wx.ff.f:fW..m-......w-nfiw..N.QSv4.w.mWfn.W..m1lm.,iw-mm,-W. .... 1-V ..., A ...., L- u - - ' ?!i 1 , 'WWW 1 , , A 1 5 n ff X' fzwiif Q, ,. fffes wffw' s H k,.x, km 11" Members o'F fhe I954 Nor+heas+ golf +eam are Jackie Doss, Wayne Woods, AI Gallagher, Bobby Led- be'Her and Harold Woods, Jr. Wayne Woods, Noriheasl' ace, placed second in GSC Medalisf play for 'Phe I954 season. G0lF SEHSDII Nor+heas+'s golf +eam, one of +he s+ronges+ in 'Phe Gulf S'I'a+es Conference, won every ma+ch play even+ +hey encoun+ered +his year. The boys frounced Nor+hwes+ern I8-0 and I6-2 in +wo ba++Ies, nipped Sou+hwes+ern I0-8, and dumped Cen+enary I I-7. The linksmen of Nor+heas+ were fhe only feam in 'rhe Confer- ence +o receive an invi+a+ion +o par+icipa+e in +he New Orleans lnvi+a+ional Tournamen+ which has aH'rac1'ed +he mos+ powerful golf machines in Louisiana. Tulane, LSU, and Springhill filled 'rhe ofher 'rhree places in compe+i+ion. Qi galil 1 ' 1 l i i .i in TQ i 0 l if ri 's i ii' ii! in if, :1 3, . R Yi 2 ilsgslsiasgeisi , .,,. X...4,,1,:,., 2 ami' i. 3.522 iggigfig 'Zi 5 Vila. , 1 i SNES V-,z TRHCH IIIID TEIIIIIS Members of fhe I954 Norlheasf fennis +eam are, kneeling: Perry Elder and C. J. Melancon. sfandingz Coach Andrew Willis, Ralph Abraham and Chris Galzculas. 5, As All i Ski Ui ii: This season +he +raclc re all members of fhe G Having 'Four ve+er scheduled mee+s wi+h am ulf S+a+es Conference. ans re+urning +o +he i953 squad be a challenge +o all opponen+s. Norrheasl' proved fo . A . , .V ,.,a. ,.,. ,..., ..,, W.. 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Dell Moore, Barbara Rogers, B McKay. oyce Ann Albriifon, Mary Ann Pifarro a THE CHEERLEIIDERS Gold Jacker o'FFicers discussing one of fheir half +ime formaiions on fhe blackboard are Dorolhy Works, Belly Gambrell, Joyce Curry, Charlene Sfapp, and Thelma Parsons. Leading fhe band during ifs many parades lhroughou+ ihe year are fhe drum maioreHes and major, Beverly Aran+, Ray Norris, and Palsy Sellers. me Guin .mcners In +heir dressy gold and while uniforms, fhese coeds have performed a+ +he greaf maiori+y of fhe home foofball games and also a+ many of ihe ou'r-of-rown games. Performance isn'+ rhe only fhing fhis group is nofed for, however. They always help in Senior Day, concer+s, and va'rious ofher ac'rivi+ies on fhe campus-a remarkable or- ganiza+ion s+riving fo beH'er 'I'he college. DRUIII IIIHJURS Always deserving a hand of applause, fhe drum majors of Nor'rheas+ conrinually pu+ on a show for +he fans 'lhroughoul' Noriheasi Louisiana. This lroupe performed magnificenily +hroughou+ fhe en- +ire foofball season. 5 E Me-n's infra-mural baskeiball fakes on fhe air of big 'Hme compe+i+ion. Eliard Branfiey smashed birdie, while Wayne Cocicran siands ready in background. IIIEIYS IIITRHIIIURHLS Johnny Schmid? reaches for birdie in badminion infra-mural com pei-iiion. 0 Men's infra-mural volleyball feams aciion. Healfh and physical educafion class plays baslce+ball. 1 f l A Y Picfured above are members of +i1e championship volleyball feam. Girl's infra-mural soffbail champions W - N ?f7vyXx C TQXLQQEZLZ3 CLHSSES Senior Class Officers serving 'f0r'll1e year I953-54 are leff 'ro righf, Rosemary Lufiey, lreasurerg Elaine Golson, secrelaryg Julius om, v:ce.pmaaen+g Charles Thompson, president a sexe-aj u-Lad' Lung Joe Barry Mullins Conduc+s ihe Nor+l1eas+ Orchesira as I953 summer graduafion ceremony commences on lhe banks of +l'1e beauiiful bayou. THE SEIIIURS Firs+ Row: ALEXANDER, REBA .......... EIemenIary Educafion AUSTIN, EUGENE ........... AgricuI+ure Second Row: BANKHEAD, JONNIE ,...... Music Educafion BATES, HAROLD ........, , . Agronomy Third Row: BERRY, PATTIE ............ Business EcIuca+ion BIGBY, BILL .............. PI1ysicaI Ed ucaiion Fourfh Row: BOOTH, BARBARA ......... EIemen+ary EcIuca+ion BOYD, JULIUS HENRY ..,...... Medical Technology Fifih Row: BRYAN, PAT ROSS .......... Home Economics EcIuca+ion BUCICLEW, W. E ............ Social Science Sixfh Row: CARPENTER, JAM ES ........ Business Ad minisiraiion CHILDERS, WILLIAM Sociai Science Educaiion . .Foresi . . .WinnfieIcI . Siigler, OIrIa. . Wesi Monroe .....OIIa Kosciusko, Miss. . .RayviIIe . .Monroe . . .Winnsboro . .Winnsboro . . Winnsboro Grayson 1954 THE SEIIIURS 1954 Firsi' Row: CLAMPIT, CHRISTINE ......... . . Eros Elomenfary Educafion CROSWELL, NANCY PATTON .... . . Basfrop Elamenfary Educaiion Second Row: DEAN, JULIUS . .......... . .Wesf Monroe Geology DeCUIR, GEORGE ........ . .Wesf Monroe Chemisfry Third Row: DEGGANS, FRANCES ......... . . . Baskin Physical Educaiion DOUCIERE, ELIZABETH ....... . . Heberi Elemeniary Educufion Fourfh Row: ROBERT ENGLISH Monroe Commerce FEAZEL, JETTIE ........... . . Wesi' Monroe EIemen+ary Educaiion Fiffh Row: FREE, FREDDIE ............... Mangham Home Economics Educafion FRYER, BENNIE ............... Oak Grove Agriouliuro Sindh Row: GAMBRELL, BETTY ........ . .Sicily Island Business Educaiion GATZOULAS. CHRIS ......., . . . Monroe Business Adminisfrefion Ba p+is+ Sludenl Union Firsl' Row: GEORGE, JIMMY .......... . . Monroe Business Adminislrglion GOLSON, ELAINE ........... . .Eros Elemenfary Educalion Second Row: GREER, KENNETH .......... . . Monroe Physical Educalion GREER, ROBERT .......... . . . Chafhem Agricullure Third Row: HADSKEY, 'WYOLENE .......... Wes? Monroe Horne Economics Educaiion HARRISON, JOE ............... Monroe Physical Educaiion Fourlh Row: HATTAWAY, LUNA ........... Wes? Monroe Elemenfary Educalion HEARNE, BEVERLY SUE ........, . . Monroe Medical Technology Fiffh Row: HEMBREE, ERNESTINE ANN ........ Wesl Monroe Elerneniary Educafion HENDERSON, JO ANN ............. Monroe Home Economics Educalion Sixfh Row: HINTON, SARA . ........,.. . . Monroe Journalism HOLLOWAY, FLOYD ......... . .Monroe Business Adminisfralioh Firsf Row: Second Row: JONES, BERNICE . KIMBALL, JACK . . Third Row: Fourl-I1 Row: HOOPER, MARILYN Elemenfary Educalion JARRET, ODESSA . Elemenlarv Educafion Science Mme EalLc3+a5r. LEE, TOMMIE ANN ......., . Elemenlary Eclucalion LOLLEY, ELAINE . . Secre'I'arial Science LU FFEY, ROSEMARY ELLIS .... Elemenlary Educalion McADAMS, GAY . . Fmh Row: Secrerarial Science McCONNELL, MARVIN ...... Chemisrry MOORE, GLORIA NELL ...... Physical Educalion Sixlh Row: MOORE, NELL ....... Elemenfary Eclucaiion MORN, CHARLES . Liberal Arls and Social Science Church of God Fellowship . . . . .Winnsboro . . .Delhi . . ,Monroe . . .Monroe , , .Marion Wesl' Monroe . . . Monroe . Mer Rouge . .Springhill . Winnsboro . Oal: Grove . . . Monroe WMM.-f,,1.wiWw' ,.e,.,.i.mW -I-mf...-W UW. Firs'l Row: MORSE, SHELBY ...,..... . .Winnsboro Journalism NEWCOMER, BONNY B ..,...... . . , Delhi Business Adminislrafion Second Row: OWENS, WAMUL ............ Wes+ Monroe Elemenfary Educaiion PARKER, ROBERTEEN .....,.. . . Mer Rouge Business Educaiion Third Row: PARKERSON, JOHNIE ..,.,... . .Benlon Liberal Ar'rs and Social Science PATTERSON, BETTY ...,..... . . Monroe Elemenlary Educalion Fourlh Row: PENDARVIS, DON ........ . .Wes+ Monroe Acccunling RACHAL, MARJORIE ....... . .Shreveport Secrelarial Science Fif+h Row: RAYMICK, JIMMY ......... . . Pine Bluff, Arlt. General Agriculfure ROBERTS, JIM . .,...,...... Ch-arles+on, Mo. Physical Educalion Sixih Row: ROBERTS, WALTER LEE ....... . . . Fairbanlrs Physical Educa+ion ROCKETT, BETTY SUE ......... . . Rayville Home Economics Ed ucaiion ROGERS, BERNADINE ...,..... . . Sierlingion Eiemenfary Educafion ROGERS, IDA ..,....,.... . . . Eros Elemeniary Educafion SHOEMAKER, RUBY ......... . . Elemenfary Educaiion SCOTT, BETTY SUE . Delhi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monroe Eiemenfary Educafion SEAMON, MARY LOU .,....... . . . Monroe EIemen+ary Educaiion SEILER, EDNA ........... . . .Monroe Elemeniary Educafion SHARPE, BETTY JUNE ........ . . RayviIIe EIemenIary Educaiion Second Row: SIMPSON, LEAH BETH ........ . . . Basfrop Elemenfary Educafion SMITH, CATHERINE .......... . . .Monroe Maih Educafion SOULIER, CARLA BETH ....... .... M onroe English Educafion STAPP, CHARLINE ........ . . , Wes? Monroe Accouniing THE SEIIIGRLS 1954 TERRY, MARVIN ........... . .Monroe Social Science THARPE, DWAINE ....,.... ...,. E pps Physical Educaiion THOMPSON, CHARLES ........... Holly Ridge Social Sfudies Ed ucaiion Third Row: HMS, JANET ........,..... . . .Baskin Home Economics Educafion THURMAN, MICKEY .... .... Physical Educa+ion WALLACE, JANE ......... Music Educa+ion WARD, BETTY ........... Elemenfary Educafion WILLIAMSON, EARL ........ Agriculfure WILSON, VERNON R ........ Physical Educa+ion WOLFE, LILA PATTON ....,.. EIemen+ary Educaiion . Sicily IsIand . . .WesI Monroe . , . Monroe . . Winnsboro Omar, W. Va. . . . Basirop GRHDUIITIDII Della Psi Omega Firs+ Row: ADCOCK, BILLY . ANGERON, LARRY . AUSTIN. ARTHUR . . Second Row: AUSTIN, VONETTE . . BAKER, JERRY .... BASSHROBERT EARL . Third Row: BATMAN, DOLL . BELL, JO ANN .,.. BROWNING, JERREL Fourih Row: BRADSHAW, KENNETH BURGESS, MELBA . . BUBBLIS, FRANK . . . FiHh Row: BUSSEY, DONALD . . . CALCOTE CHARLES . CARTLIDOE, DOROTHY' ' Six'I'h Row: COUCH, ANDREW . . CLARK, JOHN . . . COUNTS, JAMES . . Sevenlh Row: CROWE, BILL . . CURRIE, JOYCE . . DARK, SHELBY . . Eighrh Row: DEAL, JAMES .... DeLOUCHE, FRANCES DETORE, CAMILLO . . Ninlh Row: EDGAR, ROY , . . ELDER, PERRY . . FANT, ELMER . . . . Rayville . . .Berwiclr . . Jonesboro Vlr'es'I Monroe . . . Quirman . . Fairbanlrs . . Rayville . . . .Delhi . . Archibald . .Archibald .Oalr Ridge . Hulrig, Arlc. . .Monroe . . . .Epps . . Mangham . . . . Tullos . . . Grayson Wesr Monroe . . . Foresl' . . Pioneer , . Rayville . . . .S'IarI Wesl Monroe . .Hannas+own, Pa. . . . Monroe . . . Monroe Wesl Monroe JUIIIUIIS 1954 I , - ,,. II I Q PI I MIIB "I""Imw- ,fwfr 1 I K h I , , I. . .I I '??IgIE.Iff.:.,.:' ' fig A f . I ' I 35' WI .. I I " 'QIWWIE-, H I I L ,If I - WI, , 75,4-.'QTII'Igifrf "1 -"Exif . wrw. Iss fszr' sxzyfflgigrg ., i ',,,,m:'I2 . mf, -'Sw.:f?I, I'-fa!:f' I1 - .I-f - , 1' sf - gn' .,. vgg, gsfv M Im -'h'-5g:,.gpg IzIIg5- T,f"w - . vm I, 'eerfzszmfzyfPf'!gg-If - , --Isgfn, I -151.52-Q 'izff I 1' nw I f a. ' .5' iw 31 -:ni I "Iv " " ' ' "'ffi5'5? - A I WIIEIIIIIIII, 3fI?I5I?I: -' s nl .jg .. 5 , Qpzfgfjjrgifiggikgw i 84525521 I . ,. 'W -f 5. .V A, I . -. f .Img -5.,..-22,252.1-sz:fsmr.-,,:a:'z.'fesf .e -15.55. ,. . I 4 , 1, I Fu'Iure Teachers of America Fl rsI' Row FORE ROY GEORGE LLEWELLYN GIBSON MELVIN Second Row GIRLINGHOUSE CONRAD GRIFFIS BILLY JOE GRAVES FRED Third Row HEAD POLLY GENTRY HERSCHEL HILTON LINDA Fourfh Row HOLLINGSHEAD SUE HOOPER FRANCES JOHNSON JOHNNY . FIHI1 Row: KELLY ROLAND .... LANGSTON SIDNEY . . LIPSON LARRY .... SIx'I'I1 Row: McCARTNEY MARY ANN McDONALD JO ANN . . McKOIN, SHERROD . Sevenih Row: McNAIR, BILLY . . . McPHAIL, BOBBY . . MALLETTE, PEGGY . . Eighih Row: MAY, BETTY LOU .... MONTGOMERY, ALICE . NASTASI,PHYLLIS . . . NinI'I'1 Row: PARRISH, GARY . . PARSONS, THELMA . PATTON, GEORGE . . Grayson Monroe Blsmark Mo Jena Bastrop Wusner Monroe Monroe Monroe Monroe Wlnnsboro . . Monroe . . Monroe . .Collingfon . . Monroe . . WinnFIeId . . Monroe . . CrowvIIIe ........BasIrIn Wafer Valley, Miss. .......Bas'Irop . . RayvIIIe . . Monroe . . Monroe . . Wes+ Monroe . . . . Monroe . . Basfrop JUIIIDRS 1954 Geological Sociely Firsl Row: PERKINS, ELVA RUTH PETERS, BARBARA . . PHILLIPS, JANICE . Second Row: POLLARD, KITTY . . POPE, BETTY .... RAINES, JIMMIE SUE . Third Row: REITZELL JACK . . . RoslNs6N, DoLoREs '. f ROBINSON, GLENN . Fourlh Row: SHELTON, MURPHY . SMITH, DONALD . . sPuRLocK, TOMMY . '. . ' Fi'F+l1 Row: STEPHENS, SONNY . . SHOEMAKER, A. T. . . TACKETT, IRENE . Sixlh Row: TAYLOR, SALLY ANN . . TRAYLOR. CHARLES . TYLER, RICHARD . . Sevenlh Row: wARo,coNNiE . . , wi-ure, BILLY ..... WHITTINGTON, cALvuN Eigh+h Row: WILLIAMS, HOWARD . WILLIAMS, ZELAS . . WINGATE, DANNY . . Ninfh Row: WOOLIE, FRANKLIN . WORKS, DOROTHY . . . . .Monroe . . . .Quilman Wesl' Monroe Wesl' Monroe . . . Monroe Wesl' Monroe . . Monroe . .Slarf . . Danville . Sierlinglon . . .Baslrop . Wesf Monroe . . . Baslcin . . . . Delhi . Oak Grove . . Rayville . . Columbia . . Monroe . , Lillie . . Monroe . , Blade . . .Foresr . Winnsboro Balon Rouge . Downsville . . .Wes+ Monroe JIIIIIURS 1954 E 3 i . Firsl Row: AARON, SHIRLEY . . . ADAMS, ARLON . . . ADKINS, JIM ..... AINSWORTH, HOWARD ALBRITTON, BOYCE ANN ALBRITTON ANDERSON, CHARLES . Second Row: ANDERSON, EDITH . . ANDERSON ,W.L. .JEAN '- . . . . Darnell . . . Winnsboro , . . Homer . . . .Oalr Grove . . . . Farmerville . . Wesl' Monroe . . . .Bas'Irop . .Monroe . . .Baskin Home Economics Club AULDS, BILLY . . BEACH, LETHA . . . BETZ, ROBERT .... BRODA WILLIAM . . BRYAN'I', MARY Lou . '. ' '. '. Third Row: BUCE, MARIANNE . . CARGILE, ROBERT . CALHOUN GLORIA . CARPENTEIQ, JUANITA ' ' CASE, WILLIAM . . CHAPPELL WILLIAM CHARLES,'GLORIA . .' ' . . . . . Farmerville . . . Forl' Necessiiy . . . . . .Monroe Wesl' Brownsville, Pa. . . . Wesi' Monroe . . Wesl Monroe . . . . Monroe . . . Monroe . . .Eros . . . Grayson . . . . . Monroe . . Wesl Monroe SUPHUIIIURES 1954 Firsi Row: COATS, JOSEPH . . COOK, BILLIE JO . . COUGHRAN, BILLY . . CRAINE, WILLIAM . CRUSE, DAVID . . Second Row: CURRY, ROBERT . . Firsl' Row: HARTMAN, JOE ..... HEADRICK, MARGUERITE . HEsTER, JOHNNY .... HOLLIS, LOUISE .... HUDSON, OAROLYN . OAMMILL, JIMMY , . . GRIGGS, MARGARET . JONES, BETTY JEAN . JONES, HARVEY , . . Second Row: JONES, JACKIE . . . JONES, JEANETTE . JONES, SYLVIA . . KNOX, JIM ..,..... ' As ,M I. 'II , ' 15 I S " ?II,II?"1'I 'EJ I ' Iva L HI L: I, L, If' . I ,,..., ,. . , I?i5:I:5Isf, ::,2ssiiff..' I .I f ' LIE, l'2517?'g,Z,f,J,,32:iL,Efligfg . , 'iii' ,,1i2F"iwI22:i' '- I'5?I'k5 f"' -. I fig, :ji f 'IL5 fZ5I I', K ,.Is:IIsz I .- If ' IIQQIIIL 'gas ,EI ,M I. , I W? ,W Q III II ,I, I . II ,W II 'if ' lj Ill ilk l' XII Hai ful I .I I Y YI ,. I . w - ,.,gIIII? I, I -2, " .III I I I' 'II ' gg, IIEI I lil iflfll lflh I , 52 , I IL. I ,,f.",l:'l,,Ili ' .IIN If galfn. X y lull! HEMI, :II IEI In!! ,II Ir, I i , II f 'ZF EfifEff5'iil'Y 1 'i ,i , 1 - 1,3 I' Q ,.-21 1,01-,g.I A 2991 II H K Mu .IS II fgffgg , ',, I II II a y W EIA LR gf, I . IIIIIIIIAII QI -R:,egI1,IIfI, W , .,,K,,a:,I!e-2' g:-I I,I, If af: Iffvsfszfsev - f-sw f Illilzlh WI ,, LI II I I I III,Ifi I II .IIIIIII I -I III 'l.Il'lIll I Il 'I I 'llllillgllgi ',IfIM,,j 'IIIIIII I' I'I II Il32'r'f I I II, I .III II IIIIIR I ff FS ,- ,.,,,,II,'g.,I IIgI,.',,II I IIN gI.,gw..iII 2iiZEIi.,!IIIQlf,I ..-.'f"f",.12IZIf'A, 'N IIYISEIEZE IIfI55eIfs5E2ig,?sQ22!2 IfIe2IIfI5:f3sf I 'j"'1IISI"iI"'ii "-is I . ' .I Ifl!':IfI'Q,,I5lIIllHi5'll' ,Ig I Il iIIIl'I XIII I'IIl Lllh 'LL I I If I Sn! I M sfs"iI1rI11I1'Iffa?'E ik U' ' R , ff.'i2i,f-M11 I Ii! MII " If I2f2L2i4:'f1 , ir- .LI ,... ,mI..I, -III'RIEEFQEIESIIEIIIIII1223! LQ k I I II ' IIIn,nz':XUM 'TIN 'I I ".-IISCIIQ, I I' 'I I I I 'I 'I Miz I I -I ,, ,',I :I'If,z,5,. I . If fig, ,IZ f. I1III,Mfiif,Ig5,'fA- IIIII III I-I-.If I ' -INEC ,IQQI4 Kim: gales ,g5i,lNIIg.,I IIg'fflI'li,iiI: l, I X ,!',,I fKII,I'I?, I fdlill? 'Mlll nav' Il ,II l I A I "IW II: I.. ' Harrisonburg . . . Rayville , . Rayville . . . Monroe . . Enferprise . Fairbanlrs . . Monroe . . Fairbanlrs . . .Monroe . . . .Haile Wesf Monroe Wesi Monroe Wesi' Monroe . . . Monroe . . .Olla . . Perryville . . . Monroe . . Mangham . . Crowville DAVIS, HAROLD . . . . DeLOUCHE, FRANCES . EATMON, JAMES . . . EDMUNDSON, BOBBY . . Third Row: FINNBARR, SISTER . FISHER, YVONNE . . FOREMAN, DONALD . GLASS, GRACE . . . HARE, GERALD . LISOTTA, ROSINA MARIE LIVINGSTON, ANN . . . McKAY, HARRY . , McKAY, LANNY . MACHEN, BOBBY . Third Row: MADDEN, MARIE . . . MAHAFFEY, CHARLES . . MEAOHUM, MARY LOU MOORE, HAROLD MOORE, DELL . . . MOORE, SAMMY . . MORGAN, KENNETH . MULLICAN, LAMAR . NORRIS, RAY ..... . . Mesa, Texas . . Wes'I Monroe . . . . Monroe . . . Monroe . . . . Monroe . . Wes? Monroe . . Wes? Monroe . . . . Monroe . . . Monroe . . Monroe . . Rayville . . Archibald . . Archibald . . Rayville . . .Monroe . . Sicily Island . . . . .Downsville Mer Rouge, Monroe . . . .Weeks Island .......SIar'I I . . . . . .Monroe .. . . . .Basfrop I If , I5 l l I II Ql ,L ' 'M Emil It . 1-,If,g,fggf': 1:53:22 I IIN, IEW- I IIIIL 3 JI, MIM ,,E., If ,, ,, Rig" v- A 'sifxw '-2 I' Iei i,iiA IEI Mm E... . ,',- .::.E'II' ' ..,- f, ,I,L.g,1.I,,fg,f,g,, -1,,.., ,. . ,.,- ..., I II. ...,., .I If, - - wiapxff L11-LII ' 7 J ii, .IiI!l,l'fIl2z,,i,i ,, ,If :'1II1Y2f-5 1 . fi: 'JSI' ' ' ' 'II ' ,UVHI mf. I i JM' . 'li - Isa!-IMI! em ' "LITE" I-V 2 . , X L. , ., I-,I I-f..,....f .,. . ,, R I , - fifgliiggiiiilllli ililf Q I' I JISIQIAIFILII1' 2 H5 , as-A Firsi' Row: NORTH, JOSEPH PAUL ODOM, JERRY . . . PARDUE, G. C .... PARKERSON, KAROL PITMAN, GLORIA . . Second Row: RAY, SHELTON . . . RATCLIFF, GLENN , . ROBINSON, BENNIE . ROBINSON, PEGGY . RYAN, MILO ..., Thircl Row: SALTER, JOHN ,... SHIPP, BETTY JANE . SLOCUM, BOOTS . . SMITH, DOROTHY . . WesI' Monroe . . . Baskin . . . Monroe . . Monroe . . Rayville . . Monroe . . Mangham . . Rayville . . .Rayville . Winnsboro Wesi- Monroe . . .Monroe , . .Monroe . . Rayville SUPHDIIIURES 1954 Sfuclenls in dormIIory seI'rIe down for nigh? sfudy. Firsf Row: SMITH, FLORENCE . SMITH,, ROBERT . . SPURLOCK, BETTY , . STEPHENS, CLAUDIA STUCKY, MAURICE . . TARVER, GLENN . . TARVER, MADELINE . Second Row: TAYLOR, JOHN EARL TERRAL, SUE .... THATCHER, ED . . . THOMPSON, BILLY . . - - rims, GWYNETTE . VENABLE, vloLET . . WATSON, CLIFFORD Third Row: WARREN, JULIA . . WHITEHEAD, MARY JO . . - WILBURN, ETHEL . . WILDER, THOMAS . WILSON, PATSY . . WINDLE, ROBERT . . WOOD, CHARLES . . . .Monroe . .Sicily Island Wes'I' Monroe . . . Monroe . . . . Eros . . Columbia . . Urania . Farmerville . . Downsville . , . Monroe Wesf Monroe . . . . Baskin Wes'I Monroe . . . Tallulah . . . Monroe , . Chouclranf . . . . Delhi . . Choudran+ . . . Monroe . Reform, Ala. . . . Monroe ...ifiem nw-,,.... ,. ,... f ,M Y Y .,,,5 ,, , ,,,,y,,..., - mf, vm 1- , , .lfew ...I - f- Q.,..w r ,,,.:--.,f. l,-Qffw. W 1 nr 1-f , f i"' ""ukl"f'k " -lp "W" W""W'Y " "" "AAkW - '- w-f,'Qff... n ' iff: In I, IQ A K! .1 1 I I! I ' ,a I I 1 I an I w .fm ff , gr ,' , If 1 1 If I, I rf -, YI, ,Ls . .?f,f...-. If ,. 1 all J I: 5' ' I ' I www ' I I is Firsf Row: ABRAHAM, JO ANN . . ACREMAN, ANEZ . . . V ADAIR, HILDRED . . ADAMS, EZRA ..... ADCOCK, ROBERT . . . . . AINSWORTH, ROBERT ..... ALDERMAN, HENRY ,.... . ALDERMAN, VERA HOLLEY . . Second Row: AMOS, JOAN ...... ANDERSON, HERMAN . . ARANT, BEVERLY .... AULDS, JOYCE ..... BACON, DORIS ...... BARDWELL, CAIRNS RAY . . . BARNES, PAT ........... BARRINGER, DOROTHY BURNS . . . . . . Monroe Lake Providence . . . . Monroe . . . . Monroe . Monroe . . Forest . Quifman . Darnell . Perryville . . . Baskin . . . Basfrop . . Farmerville . .Wesf Monroe . . . . Pollack . . Monroe . Monroe if.Eifsyfi'iii'iv551s9z1g5+g55iiffi52i2zj1f!fwfIg5ff , Y. wx 5ffg,fQjf3i!fi!f ' m12 ,ff ,. 5'AfIf!f3EfF .1 W. T'3J,g,,,. , u ' 555.1 ,V ',,fffr2z1e'ff1f,. ' , ,-.M-, .. I, ua, !:jiE'513Jf,I,gf-2'Ji2iagfffgII ,g .w-'gfg , if fffwisi-IS: , I lam? 'mi rl, 5.-':'.:I,.af.f .g::.fmf'.-. -vwffgffffgm .ws , nn, .-1, A ' . ' ' . ' .Iliff 'Al 'wfrfizll 1' f,Q?f5ii,i5:lif5z25 fswfiff 'fffr fi V --VQEQQEJ. 1 " L , 1 -1 1.44 Q , . . I I I , , I Firsf Row: BATTON, SARAH . . BELLEW, ROBERT . . . BIGGAR, MIRIAM . . . BLACKWELL, JANET . BOND, FREDDIE . . . BONNER, DOYLE . . . BOYD TERESA ..... The Honor Socieiy Second Row: BRADSHAW, PEGGY SUE BROWN MICKEY . . . BRUTON, JIwMMIE . . . BRYAN, SHIRLEY .... BURDEAUX, DOLLYE JO BUSBICE, SHIRLEY . . mzummmne aRAobocK, ALTON . .' BROWN: RICHARD . . f ' snuNsoN, SARAH . . . rx 'Wi ,, n IL "5 1 , -.- on mel . QQ f jf -gfaiifrft, 1. f w 9"f"'411::5i -' mf 'ez K H' ,,,. ff I. 1111 :1 .. ,,.,. -. ,I I 'Fi 152525 , fr -1,51 . A , . I- ,.ff-,S .rp .QIf?3f3f' " . .Monroe . . .Basrrop . . .Monroe . . .Monroe . .Jonesboro . .Oak Grove . .WesI Monroe . . . .Grayson . .Archibald . . . .Mangham . . . .Manqha-m . . . .Archibald Lake Providence . . .Win-nsboro . . . . .Calhoun . . Rayville Firsf Row: sussv, JERRELL . , . aUswEu.,JoE ANN . . CAMP, BOBBIE . . . CAMP, SAMMIE . . CARROL, GLEN . . CARTER, ELSIE .. CARTER, HELEN , . cAsH, JANET . . Second Row: CHAMBERLAIN, RICHARD CHAPMAN, DONALD . . CI-IUNN, ODALEE .... CLOWERS, DONALD . . COCKRELL, JARRELL . . COE, CHARLES . . . . COLLINS, PATSY . . COMEAUX, RAY . . . . . .Crowville Harrlsonburg . .Wesr Monroe . .Wesf Monroe . . . Rayville . . . Rayville . . Rayville . .Wes+ Monroe . Basfrop . . Grayson Bas'rroD A . .Wesf Monroe Monroe . . . Basiroo . . Winnsboro . , Winnsboro 1954 Firsf Row: COWART, JAMES . . CRAIG, BETTY . . . CROCKER, LLOYD . . CRUSE, HELEN . . COX, DIXIE ,... COX, DOROTHY . . CULLIPHER, JIM . . CURRIE, BARBARA . Second Row: DAWSON, HENRY . . DAVIS, FAYE . . . DEAL, EDNA . . . DUMAS, JOYCE . . ELIAS, ALBERT . . EMANUEL, MAX ..,.. FAIN, ROBERT ...,... FLOWERS, MARTHA ANN . . . . . Chafham . Wesr Monroe . . . Calhoun . . . Monroe . . Downsville Lake Providence . Wes? Monroe . . . Pioneer . Mer Rouge . . . Monroe . . . . . Sfari' .West Monroe . . . Monroe . . . Basfrop . . Winnsboro . . Rayville FRESHIIIEII Firsi' Row: FOGLEMAN, FERN . . . Monroe FONTANA, JULIUS . . . Monroe FORD, TRAVIS .... . . Jonesboro FRANKS, SONYA . . . . Fairbanks FREEMAN, MAUDE . . . Mer Rouge FRENCH, DON . . . .... Kilburne FUTRELL, JERRY . . . S+erIInq'I'on GAAR, BARBARA . . , . Monroe Second Row: GALLAGHER, ALFRED . . Monroe GAMBRELL, SARA .... . Sicily Island GATES, VON EARL . . . . Monroe GREER, KATIE .... . Monroe GREER, SIDNEY ..... . . Chafham GRIFFIN, CARLEEN ,... . Monroe HACKWORTH, GENEVA . . Monroe HALL, BENNIE RUTH . . . Basfrop Music Educafors Narional Conference Firsr Row: HANCOCK, o. C. . . HARE, VIVIAN . . HARP, PAUL ..... HAYES, MARY Lou . . HAYES, SALLY ANN . . HEGWOOD, LOUISE . HENRY, GINGER . . . Second Row: HleHrowER, SHIRLEY HILL, MELBA ..... HOGAN LOU BOONE HOLLOWAY, GEORGE HOWELL, LINDA LOU HUGHES, DANNY . . . . . Monroe . . . . .Swarfz ......Boni'I'a Hamburg, Ark. . . . Wesi' Monroe . . Oak Grove . Wesf Monroe - ..... Chafham . Wesf Monroe . . . . .Jones HOLLOWAY, CAROLYNI ,,,,,, Dem, Q - . . .FarmerviIIe . . Oak Grove . . .Monroe Firsr Row: HUTSON, TOM . . . , . Lake Providence JINKS, SHARON . . . ..... Ringgold JOHNSON, GLORIA . . . , Winnsboro JOHNSON, HELEN . . . Monroe JONES, GENTRY . , Monroe JONES, ROY .. .. Monroe JORDAN, JOE . . . Chafham KEESE, JACKIE . . Monroe Second Row: KELLEY, JOYE . . . . Dcwnsville KELLY, MILDRED . . . . . Monroe KELSO, BARBARA .... . Monroe KITCHENS, TINY ..... . . . Bonifa KITCHINGHAM, FLORA . , , . Monroe LANE, ANN ....... . Farmerville LANIER, JULIA ....,. , , , Monroe LeBORDE, BETTY RUTH . . , , Winnsboro 1954 Firs'I' Row: LEE, ED ..,..... .... B asfrop LEWIS, ANNA BETH . . ..... Monroe LITTLE, PAT ....... . . .Wesi Monroe MCALLISTER, TOM .... .... M onroe MCDANIEL, IMOGENE . . .... Kelly Mc6OUGH, ALICE ..... . Bastrop MCGOUGH, LAWRENCE . . . . BasIroP MCGUFFIE, MELBA .... . . Aimweel Second Row: McKASKLE, JUANITA . . . . .Wesr Monroe McKAY, SYBLE .... .... M onroe MCREA, NORMAN . . . . . . Monroe MAGGIO, MARIA ..., . . Monroe MALONE, JAMES ..... . . Rayville MANGHAM, PATRICIA . . . Basfrop MAY, CAROL ...... . Monroe MERRIMAN, LYNN . . . Monroe FRESHIIIEII FIrs+ Row: MESSAROS, JOE ,... . . Hannasiown, Pa. MILLER, JOY , ...... . . . Sieilv Island MONTGOMERY, LORNA . . --,- Monroe MONZINGO, SUE ...,. . .Wesf Monroe MOODY, ROBERT .... - - - Monroe MOORE, BETTYE ...., - Monroe MORGAN, FRANCES ..., e . ,Monroe MUCKLERATH, VINA SUE . . - Wrnniboro Second Row: MURPHY, ELSIE . . . Monroe NEAL, JACKIE , . - - . Monroe NOLAN, BILLY . . . Farrnerville NYEGAARD, ANN . . . . Fernnerville ODEN, BOBBY JOE . , - . Monroe PARKER, MORRIS . . . . . Monroe PARKER, SUE , . . .... Monroe PARRISH, JOAN . . .Wesf Monroe Speech Club Firsi' Row: PIERCE, DARLENE . PIPPIN, CHARLES . . . PITARRO, MARY ANN POLLARD, FRANCES PORTER, CHARLES POSEY, LLOYD . . , .. . .Oila .. . .Monroe .. .....Monroe . . Wesf Monroe , . ...... Bastrop Lake Providence POWERS, JANICE , .... Winnsboro POULAN, JAMEY . . .,,,, Monroe Second Row: PREDDY, SHIRLEY . , . . .Monroe PRICE, DUKE ..... . . . Monroe PUCKETT, CHARLES . .Sferlingfon REAGAN, BETTY JO REDDING, BETTY . . REPPOND, NELDA . RHODES, CAROL . . ROARK, DORIS . , . . . . . .Epps .Wesf Monroe . . . . . Marion . . .Fairbanks . . Fairbanks -.,mm,Mm 5 Leaf ' . jaw Q - ' Z LII- In ,: 5525- .Jie ,J M- ..,.B-e Firsi Row: ROBERTS, c, B ,..... ROBERTS, DONALD .... ROBERTS, ELIZABETH .... Rockerre, MARY ALICE . . ROGERS, BARBARA .... ROGERS, NsI.I. ..... ROSIER, eueems . . ROYE, PAM .... Second Row: SANCHEZ, JOSE . . . SATERFIEL, SARA .... SAVAGE, BOBBIE NELL . . SAVAGE, RHODRIC ..,.. SCHONFARBER, HEZZEL . . SLAYTER, JOE ........ SLOMOSKY, MARY NELL . . SMITH, LLOYD RAY ,... . . Epps .. Eros .. Roberrs . . . Rayville , .West Monroe . .Wesf Monroe .. Winnfield .. Monroe Caracas, Venezuela . . . . Fairbanks . . . . . Monroe . . Oak Ridge . Lake Providence . . . . Pollock , , , Basirop . Bastrop 1954 .I fag., . ' "' s Firsi Row: SMITH, MARILYN ..... SMITH, NORA LEE ..... SOWELL, HARVEY ....... STEPHENSON JOYCE HALL srEvENs, KEN ..,..... ' STEWART, GRACIE .... STOCKTON, FRANKLIN . STOVALL, CHARLES . . Second Row: STREET, JOE .... STRONG, MEEKS . STRUBEN, LIBBY . . . SULLIVAN, RUSSEL . . SWETT, GLYNN ..... TARPLEY, ALICE MAE . . TARVER, TOMMIE . . . TAYLOR, BARBARA . . . Farmerville . .Wesf Monroe . . Winnnboro . . . . Basfrop . .Wesf Monroe . . . . Jones . . . Rayville . .Wesf Monroe . Monroe . . Basirop . Fairbanks . Winnfield . . . Heber? . . . . Monroe . . . . Columbia . . .Wesf Monroe I Firsf Row: THORNTON, DOROTHY . TICHELI, MONA .... TIDWELL, GLENN .... TRAWEER, PAYE .,... VAN LANDINGHAM, PAT- ' ' VARINO, BEATRICE . . . WALKER, DON ..... WARD, SHIRLEY . . Second Row: WEIR, GERALDINE . WELLS, JAMES ..... WHITE, JACK ....,. WILLIAMS, ANN .... WILLIAMS, ROBERT EARL WILLIAMSON, MARIE . . WILLIBY, LENORA . . . WILSON, BILL .... . . . Sikes . . Monroe . . . Downsville . . . . . .Rayville . . .Wesf Monroe . . . . Monroe . . Winnsboro . Fairbanks . . . Monroe . . Columbia . . Monroe . . . . Sfdrf . . Winnsboro . . Monroe . , Rayville . Monroe Firsi' ROW: WILSON, FRANK ...... . . Lake Providence WINGO, BARBARA ...... . . rWes+ Monroe WHITTINGTON, DOROTHEA . . . .Wesi Monroe WOMACK, LeROY ...... - - . Monroe WOMBLE, BETTY ANN . , . . . Basfroo WORD, NELL ...... ,.... S far? WRIGHT, BOBBIE . . . . . Winnsboro WYATT, DONALD . . - . Monroe 1 I I I3Lm,f14RIR-m.1I A--LIL.-fm ITIRIRQQIIWR7 FRESHIIIEII 1954 I A t ,Qf,, V. 3 V ,,. 'X "fi i t i i t 'E' l, , ., ,gh gtirti' aw i tgi t IL, , i X ' 'mr lit'-jiiigrxiiitif U tiff fi' fir - is Sifitffftti ie- gist? -' .rs .... S ,'-L 7? I --fr i'11.. i .i?i+tittIf5rt i t . if . Q . , rfi' f il' ret ittigilii f lfsitszesftsi' w -A ,W , 1 I gskigi- ' iii ' A . ' ' fam- .itiii i if iv- , , X , it ri, , gi I i , . ii :BPI fi. t t si' i f , I WRX tt""5tt ,L mtg' MSI, ' ,K I aww, X ,, I M X First Row: I FLORENCE ZIEGLER ALLBRITTON, Assistant Professor, Music! mDI0ma- I-infienwnnd Cotleqei B'M'I M'M" Ch' M'lCollg. , .. . .. 0 ICEaDgtglARuLiIcl?IAMiLTOeN ALLEN, Instructor, Animal lndustry, B.S., M.S., LOUIHUI-ina btdfe U1'1INf2rSIty. o FRANCES Przyon BALDWIN, Assistant Professor, chemaarvt Bs., M.S., Lnun-ana Stats ,U'1'Vs'S'iY-. 0 HENRY WOODWARD BOYLES, instructor, Health and Physical Education, B.E., in Phyisical Education, Tulane U ' 't , . . . gnWJeSggpH RQBERT BRQWN' Assistant Professor, History, B.A., Texas Western College, M.A., University of Chi- ,Ph.D,, L " a Stat University, I fgtilil. C. BUCOHAINFAN, Assistant Professor, Geography, B.S., Austin Peay College: M-AZ. Gepree I1j?PPd,Y Qoiiege' O EVELYN SANDERS CHILTON, Instructor, English, B.A., Louisiana College, M.A., University ot l5wI55IPPi' Second Row: 0 WILLA CLAIRE COX, Associate Professor. English, B.A., Oklahoma University, M.A., Ph.D., GSOFQG Pe-ib0dY gall?-EEBIE LEE COXE, Instructor, Home Economics, B.A., Southeastern Louisiana College, M.S., I.0UiSi6I'lB Siiie UHIVFTUSIQQIMAE BROWN CRAWFORD, Assistant Professor, Education, B.A., Northwestern Louisiana State College, U'EEild'i?uligah'iiNSiwi Professor, Music, B.M., Lawrence College, M:M., North Tex'as State COIISQE' .Q EMMETT JEFFE-RsoN FOSTER, Assistant Professor, Chemistry! A.B-. Leuwvia Pdvtechmc Institute: M-Aa LOU- TinM5+l?RiSUiQ1lE5siT3,N GRANT, Assistant Professor, Physics, B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, M.A., Columbia UmVJeAsSI'yER GLEN HAMMONS, Assistant Professor, Agronomy, B.S., M.S., MiSSiSSiPPi State College. First Row: O BUEL S. HAMNER, Assistant Professor, English, B.A., M.A., Louisiana State University. 0 ADA BESS HART, Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education, B.A., Milligan College, M.A., George Pea- body College. 0 RODERICK AUGUSTUS HICKMAN, JR., Assistant Professor, Mathematics, B.S., Mississippi State College, M.A., George Peabody College. C .POSTER HALLEY HOLDEMAN, Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering, B.S., M.S., Louisiana State Uni- versi y. 0 ERNEST DUNCAN HOLLOWAY, Inntructor, History, A.B,, University of Mississippi, B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, B.D., Th.D., Union Theological Seminary, D.D., Southwestern at Memphis. 3 'ALYF STEPHENSON HUFFMAN, Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education, B.S., M.S., Louisiana State myers: y. 0 DOROTHY TURNLEY HUMPHREY, Instructor, Health and Physical Education, B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Insti- tute, M.S., Louisiana State University. Second Row: O ROBERT HOWARD HUMPHREY, Assistant Professor, Journalism, B.A., Louisiana Polyitechnic Institute, M.S., Louisiana State University. O HUGH HARVEY HYMAN, Associate Professor, Mathematics, B.A., Indiana State Teachers College, M.A., Ph.D., University of California, O FRANCES STILES KELSO, Assistant Professor, Home Economics, B.S., Middle Tennessee State Teachers College, M.A., George Peabody College, O ARNOLD ROY KILPATRICK, Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education, B.A., Northwestern State Col- lege, M.A., Louisiana State University. O LEITA MAE KING, Instructor, Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Kansas City Art Institute. O LOUISE GRAY LEMERT, Assistant Professor, English, B.A., B.S., Library Science, Louisiana State University. 0 JOHN LOUIS LUFFEY, Assistant Professor, Commerce: B.S., Commerce, B.S., Physical Education, Centenary College, M.B.A., University of Texas. Firsf Row: O THOMAS RALPH MCCANN, Assisfanf Professor, Social Sciences, B.S., Mississippi Sfale College, M.A., George Peabody College, , , I JOHN HOWARD McCARTER, JR., Assisfanf Professor, Geology, B.S., M.S., Louisiana Sfafe Umversify. O HAZEL HAYNES MITCHELL, Assisfanf Professor, French, Spanish, A.B., Brenau College, M.A., Louisiana Sfafe Universify. O PAT MITCHELL, lnslrucfor, Biological Science, B.S., Middle Tennessee Sfafe College, M.A., George Peabody College. O EMMA FERGUSON MIXON, Assisfanf Professor, Mafhemafics, B.S., M.S., Louisiana Sfafe Universify. 0 JAMES FRANK MONROE, Assisfanf Professor, Music, B.M., Baylor Universify, M.M., American Conservafory of Mus'c. O l-lOWARD WILLBANKS MORTON, Assisfanf Professor, Commerce, B.S,, Mississippi College, M.B.E., Universify of Mississippi. Second Row: O JOE BARRY MULLINS, Assisfanf Professor, Music, B.M., Soufhwesfern af Memphis, M.M., George Peabody College. , O EVELYN MCGEE OTTS, Assisfanf Professor, Educafion, 8.A., Louisiana Polyfechnic lnsfifufe, M.S., Universlfy of Arkansas. O JAMES WOODROW PARKERSON, Assisfanf Professor, Speech, B.A., Louisiana Polyfechnic lnsfifufe, M.A., Sfafe Universify of Iowa, O JOHN ALFRED PRITCHETT, JR., Assisfanl Professor, Social Sciences, A.B., M.A., George Pea,body College. O WILKINS BREESE RICKERSON, Assisfanf Professor, Engineering, B.S,, Louisiana Polyfechnic lnsllfufe, M.S., Louisiana Sfafe Universify. ' O JERRY RUST, JR., Assisfanf Professor, Commerce, B.S., M.A., George Peabody College. O OLGA TALLEDA RUST, Parf-fime lnsfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, B.S,, George Peabody College. Firsf Row: Ol-LENRY WALTON SAGESER, Assisfanf Professor, Psychology, B.A., Universify of Louisville, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Pur- due Universify. O GERTRUDE MARTHA SANDROCK, Assisfanf Professor, Music, B.A., Carnegie Inslifufe of Technology, M. Music Educafion, Universify of Piffsburgh, Diploma, Universily of Berlin. , O HOLLIE WILKS SHARPE, Assisfanf Professor, Commerce, B.S., M.A., George Peabody College. : AIJNIE LEE WEST STAHL, Assisfanf Professor, Journalism, B.A., Soulhwesfern Louisiana Insfilufe, M.A., Louisiana fafe niversify. O ELOISE CALHOUN STANHOPE, Assisfanl Professor, Music, B.M., Henderson Stale Teachers College, M.M., Chicago Conservatory of Music. O ARTHUR L. TATUM. Associafe Professor, Social Sciences, B.S., Cenfenary College, M.A., Universily of Texas. Second Row: O WINNETTA THOMAS, lnsfruclor, French and German, A,B., Coker Colleqe, M.A., Middlebury French School. SHELTON J. UPSHAW, Assisfanf Professor, Educafion, B.A., Louisiana Sfafe Universily, M.A., George Peabody o eqe. . I GLADYS SIRMON WARD, Librarian, A.B., Norlhwesfern Siafe College, B.S., Louisiana Sfafe University. O EDWARD C. WHATLEY, Assisfanf Professor, Biological Sciences, B.S., Louisiana Polyfechnic lnslifule. I DOROTHY NIXON YOUNSE, Assisfanf Professor, English, B.S,, Louisiana Polyfechnic lnsfifufe, M.A., Columbia Universify Teachers College. THE 1954 FFICIILTV 1 .. ' lsejlff, .f if ' I' ,,.., ,,,,., ,, , :mi iii-41, af fir, f,1f,,.ga sw.. ,say xx... . iziii-p1ii2 . wifi' 'loaf . Sz , , - H ss. F t , ,W 5 STELLA P. WHITECOTTON Secrefary Io fhe Professor of Milifary Science and Tacfics Firsi Row: O BETH ANDERSON, Secrefary Io fhe Regisfrar, O MELBA LOFLIN ASTON, Library Clerk. I BETTY JO HAMBURG BARR, Typisf-clerk in Business Office, O DORIS BURNSIDE BIGBY, Secreiary to the Business Manager. O EDNA ROBERTS CROTWELL, Bookstore Manager. O DAISY HOLLOWAY DANIELS, Library Assisianf. Second Row: O MYRLE JOYCE KILPATRICK, Library Assisianf, I KITTY MCCOY LINER, Library Assisfanf. O LUCILLE MCLEOD, Account Clerk. 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