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

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Monroe's picturesque Bayou DeSiard adds crisp, cool beauty to the campus. 1 f a L1,.1g , p lil'-5 f 5 . , , 4 'K iff T4 ' 's.'.1Ll L.-f ff 'ri' 14 1- as 1.. 717- 2 W J Ci G. 4-5: w .,.. .,,., , :rf 5: RJ in L-V ' ' Q-1 ful '1 t 61.3 LF? iq 5,143.1 , 1 t-... r ,,..., . g'-'- -lg l .-,',5,.,,:. -- - Th1S prideful, two-story Student Union building houses the most recent addition to the campus array of modern structures. Gunby Dlfllflg Hall provldes a relaxmg atmosphere for meal t1me students. The Traditions Homecoming bonfire brings out the Indian in everybody. Uccasions to be remembered by the Northeast student make him aware of the ideals and goals he has brought to the campus. He will always have those never-to-be-forgotten impressions of the many traditions of college years. Whether they be fun-filled freshman week, the raging homecoming bonfire or the long anticipated beauty pageant, traditions form a heritage for the student. "Redskins on Parade" alwa s feat h b Y ures t e est in spirit and talent, . ,Bmw vv - 'hx' I ff' if ,-. , Q Ya " ,tu - 1 3. ' N AQ! A, .g uv' ' v ,', 'll 55 ,, gt cb wwf 4... 2 Social groups get together for Creek Week Banquet. During Freshman Week, upperclassmen give lowly frosll rough time. Y, 35- 1" -3-r Qi--yr X Top campus beauty and talent are featured in annual Miss Northeast Pageant. J ' lg 4 X fl was Student-written play, 4'Thief on the Cross," is produced by George C. Brian, faculty member. South, Janet Proctor wins a date with Bob Mullins local D J I4 Nw Qt' gn ji Coeds celebrate rare play day in deep, sunny . Former Miss Northeast, Diana Smith, reigns as Miss LOLIISI' alla. Diana lane Smit: lil Ridge bmi q tl ffoeiv lille, e 'he ml A Senior ' Diana lm!! . NRS ' Ullillgn of X comb hmm Hd POR Julia LeBlanc, left, and Rodney Langlinais take first place for costumes at Mardi Gras ball. Upperclassmen entertain freshmen at opening football pep rally. --of Tlhee Aceitiviitiices College-sponsored and individual, the whirl- wind of activities that goes on at Northeast provides the needed break between hours of study and lecture. Football games, Greek rush, picnics and dramatic productions fill a defi- nite need in the life of a college student. V I3 I . - 4, .1 . - ., .,-Q-. 4 wi Xf14'1Ti X375 , Me., L .2 I , ff' ., N i .X 5 pw - . V A .1 K 5 . . x' X ,lf Xfw 1 1 A4 4 v ' :- 5' V ' 'Q M D ,-y 1 nf' ' 4, L . . . W .. ,R v ' P sl 5 t iff" , "JP J ' 'Q 'P-v'i5P'ii, '-lf.-... I.. nf - ""' -Q .. kd,- l' 'I ' 5' 1 ik'- Ca-,., ff: 'N 11 xlsa' Q' , fs'-xg! f 52-ivy? Wf- ag L. sv - 0 f . V U E V ' XX Y -5 ' I ' 6 1 QI'- 9 1 -ff' Q x .Q ,. - A zz , I s WL -2 , 1 f "2 '3 "9'r',. . ' V ' . -Q S -gldlbs 6 'l I "'Lx Y". ., XT 1. K 'K " A U M 5-L54 A v ifljfn-25,4 i , I . . ', T' fu A"l' Q' A f ' 'L , ' , P, . O ,Jul 9 ' 'l I' - -Fffgb' 5, K 1 ff - ' Q - -rf ' . ii. 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Experimenting with plants or animals is serious work for laboratory men. a . 9 A7231 2 1 'iff ev f ,, X A A W ff fi X , M S , gd fly +""i....7:k f Mr. Marcus Mapp explains a difficult question in physical geology. I 4 Classroom notes play an important role when test time arrives. f f K waasm SAN una---u.-...--aw..--1.4.-u ifffwklii-'xtfvdvi f ff f ff Q 1 l Some day this student nurse will perform duties in a real hospital emergency room. ff xy 4 U! 5 vhs 3 ,f 3 , 5 Y 13 " 6 , I ,W g, , 14 . -., V. . ,.,-....,.,-... , V f N 4 f Q4 LN 1 f f 4 X 1 f 1 4 A 2913, 1 Q' x X ffx If y Administratio . HANNA JAMES M' NICHOLSON DRDecz-iglcglingtruction Dean of Administration i i MAUD MERRITT BENTRUP LARRY BONNER Librarian Auditor DONALD C. FARROW . JACK C. ROWAN Purchasing Agent Director of Athletics The First Lady Mrs. George T. Wallier F I , ,,,,,. L ., ,.,-.V . A ,,.,.,.v.-..,,M,,-..-.-Q--.-.G.-. .L-.Ql.-QQ-M,:-.4L.q-.-fl-411f11.v.f1f I v ' ? 1, ' 'Eff If N. 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DR. FRED J. VOCEL Dean of Student Services JAMES O. LANCASTER HERMAN R. SICLER ALMA L. LUFCY Supervisor of Student Director of Testing Counselor to Women Students Scholarships and Placement and Guidance 25? ga. DR. LAKE OXFORD JACK V. COLLINS DR. C. PRENTICE GRAY, JR Registrar Counselor to Men Students College Physician f fff, f ff, f fffwf 03? f f ff? f wf .4 ' fffiwff W fffffww-W awww ff a W MMM! fwwfw fa 1 1 f 'wmvr-www g,--.-.,.........-..--......-.., V ,iysxr W Y Y -Z In Lied T -- -,.....-vY..,,.-,---Yv . ,AV . , A. ... . .- ,, - . .-.... .,, Away Q I QAM! y 4 f 'X Ewlwfny , , ' f f 'mmm I--M-60,4 - . ...---..-- -...-..-.....-.., V A V ..,,.---M Y ,,,,-- ,,-.... , Y. -0-- ,,..,U...., V ,, ,.., ,,,. . nn-.. I A gm: , , if J ff? W Z , f 1 'fi' 9 k l :lx I f 4 , f my , ff f YNY, f ': A so w ., . Xxx , M. A-',.x ,, . ,. . - 5 ,X ?jff1'.,f A AN ..-,4........4-..........-4..-., .-.-.-....u..a ...bk . 4 ui 2 1 i. 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From gavel to law book to newspapers to things of the past and present, this division presents a key to a full life. ff 'bl' 6 H ,fm Q 1" :V if """F5-H-u. "' 9313 Kifhdlliie fkgglff .i " in Sgfiihmi Vt -.:mmf..wy-K..--ff ii' --sl ,M Lwwxff:-L:-Ts.-. fxg . AA 3jj'jf-.f.a.,,.,r... ' ""2n555-31.1 . .XX 5 ' ITSE-fix"--E:-1. L.: Vi X 3 . .V M E I .- --...zffz-Las-.. -----W-lf.Q.,Q ..i. llixlilx.-risks ., yi. ., 1 D-NZ: I: . -K my M y A-X IM .An . ,ii N. It "H"-in W, .,,,.. 309-9-nl4q7 - . ' 5 sf, m.,,m Q. ..-. , s 1 nn , ,Q n 11:31 PKI!-'valtf'l1ll.Kmxr """4'. ,' t 1 -'f o'vf:r:"-1H.L...' 2-f-Azul is ' A X t 9. ' X 5 , Nga, i I xy", g1L..,,,, X ,,, ,T, i ........ .3 as . in e A . 4' ,V . .. Y .Wuxi u f ,ffif Xi!fCw3h'9L2EB S x 1 3 In 1312? ,,,.f--rg? Qs ,K.,,,,M3e . .e.. ' --.-. 2 , -1- - v- - 1.1.-:rzf-.:,:-:anne-3 gm suxx.xv.mx 1 K Y i ., 4...---m--1-Q . sc. A - ,- f, fx X. .V rm-,z:.::x,:1-.g:.-: . 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Assistant Professor of Music, M.S.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary BLOMQUIST, EMILY . . . Assistant Professor of Library Sci- ence and Assistant Librarian, M.S., Louisiana State University BLYTHE, WILLIAM T .... Assistant in Military Science, Master Sergeant, United States Army BRANTLEY, GLORIA CHARLES . . . Instructor in Secretarial Sclence, M.B.E., University of Mississippi BRIAN, GEORGE C., JR .... Associate Professor of Speech, M A., Louisiana State University BROCK, SARAH THURMOND . . . Instructor in Secretarial Science, M.S.Ed., Northwestern State College BROWN, JOSEPH R .... Associate Professor of History, Ph.D., Louisiana State University BUCHANAN, W. C .... Associate Professor of Geography, M A., George Peabody College BYRD, DAVID S .... Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Ph.D., University of Louisville CATE, HOLLIS L .... Assistant Professor of English, M.Ed., University of Georgia CHILTON, EVELYN SANDERS . . . Assistant Professor of Eng- lish, M.A., University of Mississippi is-1 2 ,',:k 36 .'grG-' Gl ITL . Diliii"f'5'5ta Balt: Dfll'I5iana5f1" WL - s EBT t Wss, RGBQML M' ,I0 . Did Aww' CHAKLE E' E, , Defi, collfgf ,mot Sa ' ' Diswtffiztwf-21 TW' D Arkgn585 sf' I Taft' :ii-1 Y r ,, s . , t 5, '- ' : 'Z 3, ,, 4 :Q I I , SNEITR L. .,, . ,, rl .. tv! A ll" 4 M, I S S , s. 3. 'Sgr' rr I 2 Y C, lv r l ti CONZ Phliifi APWNSQ COURHHPIIQNQMT ' Chilli: an illt1jfI,PlD.P.Q,j ' Q01 'GIRL L lt Cllililhlalvnix- - -' P1,5',ZEU1H'gu -, Illteygjqof Ht S0 . .l Huljlgfgnllnifi fini . , . H,ttatstE'P,1gg'GW HititP'3nf5fP?",iiil It il-Rtftif' M mmury ,Ml I 'Th mlftp Division of Pure and pplied Sciences Science of the future will make invaluable con- tributions to the world through the students of today in the Division of Pure and Applied Sciences. The realm of test tubes, microscopes, slide rules, stethoscopes, minerals, tractors and homemaking is basic for man's advancement. And preparation for future research is achieved only through the less desirable three-hour labs and un- popular series of quizzes. 9 .xi I HEILMAN, F. EUGENE . . . Associate Professor of Sociology, Ph.D., University of Nebraska l HICKMAN, NOLLIE W .... Associate Professor of History, Ph.D., University of Texas HICKMAN, RODERICK A. JR .... Associate Professor of Mathematics, M.A., George Peabody College HILL, JOHN W .... Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Ph.D., University of Arkansas HODGES, GLORIA . . . Instructor in Health and Physical Edu- cation, M.A., Texas Woman's University HOLDEMAN, FOSTER H .... Associate Professor of Agri- cultural Engineering, M.S., Louisiana State University HOLT, ROBERT L .... Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Ph.D., University of North Carolina HOLTZCLAW, T. EUGENE . . . Professor of Education and Dean of Education,NEd.D., University of Arkansas HUFFMAN, ALVA S .... Professor of Health and Physical Education and Chairman, Department Of Health and Physical Us Education, M.S., Louisiana State University JOHNSON, BARRY L .... Instructor in Health and Physical Education, M.S., Baylor University KELSO, FRANCES S .... Associate Professor of Home Eco- nomics and Chairman, Department of Home Economics, M.A., George Peabody College KERN, JOSEPH H .... Associate Professor of Pharmacy Ad- ministration, Ph.D., Ohio State University KILPATRICK, ARNOLD R .... Assistant Professor of Educa- tion, M.Ed., Louisiana State University LEMERT, HARRY M .... Professor of Music and Dean of Fine Arts, Ph.D., University of Texas l LEMERT, LOUISE GRAY . . . Associate Professor of English and Library Science, M.A., George Peabody College . LINNSTAEDTER, JERRY L .... Instructor in Mathematics, M.S., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas 38 HARMON FRANK L .... Associate Professor of Mathematics, M.A., University of JACK . . . Professor of Education, Ed.D., University of Houston HART, ADA Bisss . .- . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, M.A., George Peabody College HARVEY, MARY GISH . . . Instructor in Library Science and Assistant Librarian. B.A. Louisiana State University HAYN,ES M. LEVELLE . . . Associate Professor of Education and Director of Special ,Education, Ed.D., George Peabody College ' HAYWARD, ANNELIES THURNER . . . Instructor IH German, Abitur, Oberschule F. Madchen, Bayreuth, GCHIIHHY Faculty LOCKHART, JESSIE MONTGOMERY . . . Assistant Profes- sor of English, M.A., University of Alabama LUFFEY, GEORGE L .... Assistant Professor of Health ,and Physical Education and Assistant Coach, M.S., MISSISSIPPI Southern College , LUFFEY, JOHN L .... Assistant Professor of Business Admin' istration, M.B.A., University of Texas d MANLEY, W. LEON . . . Assistant Professor of Health HP Physical Education, and Assistant Coach, M.Ed., Umverslty of Oklahoma MAPP, MARCUS B .... Associate Professor of Geology and Chairman, Department of Geology, M.S., Mississ1PP1 State University MARTIN, FRANK W .... Associate Professor of Phormooog- nosy, Ph.D., Washington University MA MAY, GLORIA ROBERTSON . . . Instructor in French, - -r Louisiana State University . MCCANN, THOMAS R .... Associate Professor of Economics, A.M., George Peabody College Rf, I3 U, .A 5IfD??w! Ejblrlflffigw RIUIEELH' I ants, Bfwiiiii RIER1 BEMA' of ItffhaiCtlC0l"Fri f LL -CIP' Miiwtfffm PP51CE,L illlrtm ' ' - - P1 RI ent gf A . Roanmh' R0CEREslaIeT,,cbr ' 3 missy UMAR E' " ROLEN, 'afnhwmm LEON . I K LJU1SllI13 515,51 hgxg' HUR5 Ed, LI' lil Wil lEg,fEii'ii'nf' SiNl"L0uis' J. Qfis, Egam, ,sh alt: it mi le., 5 1.4, K' IT! X "Nr ,. , Fi q .I " if gt T ' I :Wi - ,.f Q. 7-7'ff'9" E, 1, ffrflfir tjhaili' l-'xi . I H9335 It L fs' , qigiff 11 . .-'-if V 'Nfl' ' ' t .fi 1. EH-- Jyr J NW in W! DANTI, AUGUST G .... Associate Professor of 'Pharmacy, Ph.D., Ohio State University DAVIS, ERA BERNARD. . . Assistant Professor of Home Economics, M.S., Louisiana State Universit Y DeMOSS, ROBERT L .... Assistant Professor of Health and,Physical Education and Assistant Coach, M.Ed., University of Oklahoma DePOE, CHARLES E .... Assistant Professor of Biology, Ph.D., North Carolina State College DESLATTES, VERNON L .... Instructor in Business Administration, M.B.A., Louisiana State University DOUGLASS, THOMAS E .... Assistant Professor of English, M.A., University of Arkansas 10' war' N il ',,, 35' y , K QQ? I N 45' fx A Q 'ZL- 'mms' GONZALEZ, ALFONSO . . . Assistant Professor of Geography, Ph.D., University of Texas GOORLEY, JOHN T .... Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Ph.D. Purdue University jf fx Q9 1-:une DRUDE, KATHLEEN ANN.. .Instructor in Mathematics, M.A., University of Mississippi DUPREE, DANIEL E .... Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Chairman, Department of Mathematics, Ph.D., Auburn University EASLEY, WILLIAM K .... Professor of Chemistry and Chair- man, Department of Chemistry, Ph.D., Georgetown University FANT, LEONARD O.. . 4 Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education and Basketball Coach, M.A., University of Alabama FERGUSON, TED B .... Assistant Professor of History, M.A., Louisiana State University FLINN, ZANONA GALLAGHER . . . Assistant in Library, B.A., Northeast Louisiana State College FOMINAYA, ELOY . . . Assistant Professor of Music, M.M., North Texas State College FOSTER, EMMETT .I .... Professor of Physical Science, M.A., Louisiana State University FRAGALA, BIRDIE WHITE . . . Assistant in Library, B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute FRANKLIN, BERYL C .... Assistant Professor of Biology, Ph.D., Ohio State University FULLER, CLAUDE C .... Assistant Professor of Speech, M.A., West Texas State College GALLAGHER, ANNA HELEN . . . Associate Professor of Nursing and Chairman, 'Department of Nursing, Ed.D., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania GEORGE, RALPH T .... Assistant Professor of Psychology, M.A., George Peabody College GIFFORD, GALE T .... ,Assistant Professor of English, M.A., University of Texas GINN, ERIS .L . Assistant Professor of Education, M.S.W., Louisiana State University GOETHALS,,GREGOR THOMPSON . . . Assistant Professor of Art, M.A., Yale University GRANTZ, CARL ,L .... Assistant Professor of English, M.A., K Columbia University GREEN, ZELMA BELL . . . Assistant Professor of Psychology, Ph.D., University of Denver HAEUBER PAUL M Assistant Professor of Chemistry M S Southern Illinois University HAMMOND WILLIAM R Professor of Economics and Dean of Liberal Arts Ph D Geor e Peabody Colle e HAMMONS JASPER G Associate Professor of A ronomy Ph D Pennsylvania State Unis erslty M A University of Texas K .Mft Q ,xfffp . , , , y f 5 , y ---- 2 ' '1 , , f ,M ' , ' g t ew t ef. as , rh ' V, . if... -, . A g s I ?""i ,HIHC ' . "" . . g I I i 'E I I 2 if aff? V , - -, ' Q, " 7 it i mm- t 1 I . t ill , W HAMNER, ROSEMARY REED . . . Instructor in Mathematics, , , . ,, ,- f f ""m,.m will - - , I' Q"' I' e ff, I az, ' 11" .wr 'S ' ' " Q f -P ' fl' ' t nf' ' frail" ,Q - , p .V ,-.' V, ' c E flip" A I ff ' f '41 37 SMITH, WILFORD D .... Associate Professor of Music, Ph.D., George Peabody College SMITH, WILL T .... Assistant Professor of Accounting, M.B.A., University of Denver SOULIER, CARLA-BETH MCKENZIE . . . Assistant in Library B.A., Northeast Louisiana State College SPEECE, ARTHUR ,I .... Associate Professor of Biology Ph.D., University of Texas SPIVA, DARRELL W .... Assistant Professor of Military Sci- ence, B.S., University of Houston, Captain, Artillery, United States Army STAHL, ANNIE LEE WEST . . . Associate Professor of Journal- ism, M.S., Louisiana State University STANFORD, HAZEL L .... Instructor in Secretarial Science, M.B.E., University of Mississippi STANHOPE, EILOISE CALHOUN . . . Assistant Professor of Music, M.M., Chicago Conservatory of Music STOCKTON, EDWIN L .... Assistant Professor of English, Ph.D., Florida State University TATUM, ARTHUR L .... Professor of Government, M.A., Uni versity of Texas TAYLOR, FRED L .... Instructor in Physics, B.S., College of the Ozarks THOMAS, WINNETTA . . . Associate Professor of French, M.A., Middlebury College TRABUE, EARL N .... Assistant Professor of Military Sci- ence, B.S., Oregon State College, Major, Infantry, United States Army TRICE, ETHEL PRESTON . . . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, Ed.D., George Peabody College TURNER, FRANK L., JR .... Assistant Professor of History, Ph.D., University of North Carolina VINES, D. DELBERT . . . Assistant Professor of Business Ad- ministration, M.B.A., Louisiana State University 7 9 SAWYER, JOHN F .... Assistant Professor of Music, M.M., George Peabody College SCHUTZ, EDWARD E .... Assistant Professor of Art, M.A., New Mexico High lands University SCURLOCK, WILLIAM R .... Assistant Professor of History, M.A., University of Alabama SIMPSON, LITTLETON W .... Assistant Professor of Economics, B.A., Randolph Macon College SIXBEY, GEORGE L .... Professor of English and Chairman, Department of Languages, Ph.D., Yale University SLAY, MABEL SKINNER . . . Assistant Professor of Mathematics, A.M., George Peabody College Facult WALKER, WILLIAM A., JR .... Professor of History, Ph.D-, University of Texas . WATSON, .IEWELL . . . Assistant Professor of Business Ad- ministration, M.Ed., Louisiana State University WATZMAN, NATHAN . . . Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Ph.D., University bf Pittsburgh WELDER, FRANK A .... Assistant Professor of Geol0gY, Ph.D., Louisiana State University WELLS, WAYNE E .... Assistant in Miltary SCI' ence, Sergeant First Class, United States Army WHATLEY, EDWARD C .... Associate Professor of Biology, M.S., University of Arkansas .- WILKES, JACK B .... Assistant Professor of M1llI3TY Science, A.B., Wittenberg Collegeg Captain, Armor' United States Army WILSON, RALPH M .... Professor of Pharmacy' ami Dean of School of Pharmacy, M.S., UDIVCTSIIY 0 Oklahoma YOUNSE, DOROTHY NIXON . . . Associate Profes- sor of English, M.A., Columbia Univers1tY 5'-i .li . hx :K '+.'ilfw. ""-43,21 LN, hiv. Qi. NN' N . . LB? 'Bly Q :WWW Q i. '30, liisvlfgbni ig, Www ww' M N dwg W' , :ga t-4 .yi ' in 'M Q ff 4 '7d'M!l" rf' ,W M nf' 'r' I' McCLURE, LAWRENCE E .... Associate Professor of Chemistry, Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles MCDONALD, MARGARET FUNDERBURK . . . Instructor in Library Science and Assistant Librarian, B.S. in L.S., Louisiana State University MCKNEELY, L. MARVIN . . . Professor of English, Ph.D., Emory University MEADES, BARBARA J .... Instructor in Library Science and Assistant Librarian, M.S. in L.S., Louisiana State University MILLER, BENJAMIN P .... Assistant Professor -of Physics, M.S., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas MILLWEE, JOSEPH B .... Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., Univer- sity of Arkansasg Captain, Infantry, United States Army ,.'Q:h,1 xg -tv 4 I PRICE, L. LEON . . . Professor of Agriculture and Chairman, Department of Agriculture, M.S., Louisiana State University RICKETT, ROBERT M .... Instructor in Physics, B.S., Ar- kansas State Teachers College H ROGERS, LAMAR E .... Instructor in Mechanical Drawing, M.S.Ed., Northwestern State College ROLEN, CHARLES O .... Instructor in Accounting, M.B.A., Louisiana State University RUSSELL, WILLIAM K .... Associate Professor of Education, Ed.D., University of Houston RYNES, EDWARD J .... Assistant Professor of Education, M.A., Louisiana State University SANDERS, GEORGE E .... Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., Arizona State Collegeg Captain, Infantry, United States Army SANDROCK, GERTRUDE M .... Assistant Professor of Music, M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh 2' uf. , 5, V --. 1 1, 3 f S2 . . r ' ' - , A' U fi I X ' -' N -si -li Ns- l ,nh ' . ,, I S ' -.--, ' 'sz -4 A . Q-in-75 3 -su - X, :ws - '- - 1 Q- I - ' a t-, in -4339 'K mit 1 ...,,. . It I ,,-.3 up px, tllxibfgil. 'CEI 73. . 'F . MITCHELL, HAZEL H .... Associate Professor of Spanish, M.A., Louisiana State University MIXON, EMMA FERGUSON . . . Assistant Professor of Mathe- matics, M.S., Louisiana State University MODISETTE, JAMES P .... Assistant Professor of Account- ing, M.B.A., University of Mississippi MONROE, JAMES F .... Professor of Music, Ph.D., University of North Carolina MOORE, WADDY W., III. . . Assistant Professor of History, M.A., University of Arkansas MORTON, HOWARD W .... Associate Professor of Business Administration, M.B.E., University of Mississippi MULLINS, JOE BARRY . . . Associate Professor of Music, M.M., George Peabody College MURDOCK, ROBERT L., JR .... Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, Ed.D., George Peabody College NICKLAS, MERRILL S .... Associate Professor of Education and Assistant to the Dean of Education, Ed.D., University of Arkansas PARKERSON, JAMES W .... Associate Professor of Speech, M.A., The State University of Iowa PARRISH, JAMES R .... Assistant Professor of Journalism and Director of the News Bureau, M.A., Stephen F. Austin State College PERKINS, WILBUR L .... Professor of Business Administra- tion and Head of Business Administration, University of Oklahoma . PETTY, WILLIAM R .... Instructor in Physics, M.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute PIERCE, WILLIAM W .... Assistant in Military Scienceg Master Sergeant, United States Army PLATCOW, EDWARD L .... Assistant Professor of Pharma- cology, Ph.D., University of Florida POWERS, GLENN F .... Associate Professor of Physics and Chairman, Department of Physics, M.N.S., University of Okla- homa eff 'I - I ' R f, M ,AA U, ,V .g 4 , , X . ,A v ""7 V rf' 39 RICHARD AYCOCK President TRUETT THO-RN Vice President tudent Government Assoclatlon DEAN FRED J. VOGEL Adviser in Fwd? .H gs. slid long, WW L The Student Government Association comprises two men and two Women from . each class. The president and vice president, along with the representatives from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes are elected in the last month of the spring se- mester. During the first mo-nth of the preceding fall semester the freshman class names its representatives to the association. FRESHMEN .lane Loker Lamar Greer Sue Medlin Earl Posey SOPHOMO-RES Virginia Donald Julian Mehl Sandra Stancil John Pace 4 4 JUNIORS Norma Magee Donnie Brunson Pansy Riser William C. Street SENIORS Sandra Edwards Jerry Ball Kirby Mooney Charles Malloy x HI. i 1ii?'i'2':"f22i 134, 5 222135, ., . fig 32 4 '4 'akllk My N, 32. N 'L X . 'Ni N 'mi Q., 'N ww 'EHS' 'lf' IBJJPQ -ff' M Q gt 5 'fa aff .is 4 L "'?J-yi' 1 of M ,ff +V. gfgdw yi, ff ,.f43"'f v'5ff w v ,. ,1 7 hacahoula The Chacahoula '62 is created for you, the student, to read, enjoy, and relive the many experiences of college. The staff has tried to make this edition as complete as possible and to display in attractive, colorful layout the school year you have helped to make. We hope you will be as interested in this volume as we have been in preparing it. HENRY CHRICEOL, Editor nmr Ram: if Q- 4. IH ,N 4 4,15 , Y, A - A E I ,f'4iWpf7' QM, A , . X - 3. . .ff 1 is its--ff 55 Q SHIRLEY ALLEN, Class Editor RICHARD GREENE, .T .U , , d. Phmbfavhfff MERILYN BURSON,O1,,an1zat1ons E nor l i v P I P V P PEIUilLtXGl3L,HvR.1,:, 5 Im R:-xg, i 44 'Elm 'Iam J, mm ,x r m-ng Q, UNI! 73 Student Council members participate in dance sponsored by the organization. L Held spell bound, this little tot listens intently to Santa Claus. 3 5- qui'-M 1-.x. fxlxt K H --C ts .te-...2 V" ' " 1-13 "'- s:nb'ia-r.1L:a-MsfQ.-y:--,,g'f,:- ,, - -:git-.4 -4 - .. ' ' y N f -ei vi 'L' 'ff ,F- Ray Cox, Betty Carter, Betsy McBride and John Garrett chat durlng the post July 4- picnic at Forsythe Park. Voters push lever to select candidate in campus election. Which one can I open first? ibie L.j home issistant gal edu- tsslstant 46 of ...ss 'mm Y-'xi Editor Linda Robinson Managing Editor Marshall Douglas reason they were good is that they professor of education. Edward E. Schutz, assistant pro- fessor of artg 'William Scurlock, as- sistant professor of historyg Will T. were old." He explained: "We can sit back and enjoy the crises with which our Smith, assistant professor of accountj C 0 m m e A N m ed ingg Miss Hazel L. Stanford, instruc American troops abroadWmmlmmwfwmwv 'WW' Along with these erises, the coun- .try was subjected to revolutionary innovations, like the automobile and airplane, Dr. Brown said. The dynamic country our grand- fathers inherited was changed under ' Fill? 2, FIIUCUUJ Q i M. WON' F3514 P0 ,Y . i the Tl1en6"'5?'5"f fgiff neii'slI0mEiUfi ze. fverlff 'O den uinoihflm ofgf' W "X IP' i North hleaggm and :MQ wi I me EZJZYI Q I-1 ,f- y V The N? Sports Editor Windle Dyer .P Q 3, 'Shah V 1 ei W 1' 'e is zo' G' If Advertising Manager James Fletcher ,...-f' Q Ellfr Advertising Manager Doyle Malone our surroundings, - interested in s nine Weeks to M: ' with a smile and garrusrjfffg aqui, .o . f o v The..Hewv1Yf199'e. -Qt . ?ea'tS' , t BSU afze:f1'ffSf4Q1?f". M 'I Qin., 5 bowed MSDSISCPY Presidenhf,dTYfaTf'l9'fi if M i 1 . cc . t 'F Hill ' K u .next Year? r Miss D o r o t Fprfees .- M A hx rairrnc num- fha-up Q f7l19ff'1"5" nnnmndy U N Q ski XS Jr, k DIXIE HARVEY ASSOCIHIC Edltor LADY STAHL Advlsel- " .- 1 ,ze wk' A 6127 7535 ,ag 5 G W J M I r Mfg' Iffaf .nf ,IATA fi'-s f'r2 v. LQ,-V ff M f, 'f' 27: .E .1 , 2, Q PATSY BEARDEN and WAYNE KING, Sports Ednors :al 1 Qssis COSPER HALL First row: Ann Simmons-treasurer Linda Phillips-vice president Martha Stockstill-secretary Back row: Winnie Wheeler-president Penny Williams-social chairman 0men's Residence Councils BREARD HALL Sharon Flaherty-secretary Cloy Lea Byrd-vice president Martha McCabe-president Bebe Nell Brown-treasurer Kathy Whitfield-social chairman HARRIS HALL Delores Clack-president Arceille Trout-treasurer Mary May-secretary Mary Dozier-vice president '-rw. IQXX, ln , 4 " 'U 1185, I f .. 'Q V f' 'earch is designed to ings are nowiunder C, .L.,.... "LL UA ' 1. 1 -rv u . ,,, .,. dents have reheivedi Pow Wow Functioning as the eyes and ears of Northeast students, the Pow Wow each week accurately informs and enlightens. The neWspaper's many tasks include the gathering of news from each facet of campus activity, ranging from sports events to beauty pageants. Journalism students and stu- dents in other fields comprise the staff. square feet of floor pared to 600,000 sql space of permanent completedsor now un Qffenter the contest to College Queen, ' Four modern .air-cc "vit KW if 6 Summer Editor Edward Pettis conte crayon sketches, and waSl1 drawings, graphic arts which will be composed of lithographs, engravings, and dry point, commercial art work will feature pen and ink, tempera, air brush, and scratch board. Three dimensional work will- in- Monroe, has been elected president of the pledge class of Sigma Tau Gamma, national social fraternity at Northeast Louisiana State College. Virgil Nix, a senior from Delhi, is the new vice president. Other pledge class- officers are Faculty Adviser James Parrish ky 1 H, W Photographer V. A. Lamonte embarrassed the natives that they changedthe name of the country to Iran. This led to a rash of name changing. Mesopo- tamia became Iraq, Schleswig-Holstein became Saxe-Coburg, Bosnia-Herzoegovina became Cleveland. There was even talkin stable old England about changing the name of the country, but it was forgotten when the little princes escaped from the Tower and set fire to Pitt, the Elder. F - - . . . . . 1 A 1' mniannilrlxiln Tnknsavann nvvfnnknwm nvnf- ,-.-.:nLl-- 1.-sq-A-.Lfnn L :MfSgt. William Pierce instructs ROTC cadet in correct use 'of rifle. Fourth Army Colonel checks cadet squad in formal inspection. Wayne Dyer receives medal from visiting officer for outstanding scholastic work. Honor cadets prepare for presentation of awards at Military Honors Day. 50 - 1 Cadet demongm, fm . N 1 its Q S Q 'Nye tm, at L 'fn 'Q'-11. min 'im 'flu s- L. 'ni ll , 'tif- 'Jw ,df rf' 's .dence ull V I Our ROTC Rifle Team captures all top honors. Cadet Col. Larry Denmon wins another military award. Watch out for the camera! Coed sponsors act' as hostesses at formal inspection by Fourth Army group. President Leo Schillaci and Father Michael G Hannon, chaplain, present,Newman Club plaque to Maj. Earl Trabue for his four-year service as adviser to the group. Four nominees for 1962 Military Ball Queen show off their new sponsor uniforms. 52 ROTC Band Maj. Ken McKenzie and David Sprague admire trophy won by cadet band. ,ff C26 fait! Col. Der: arch ol Srabbtrd ad Els Cidil hi lem x L.: A V6.9 'LJ f af W ' 11222 f if 'V Cadet Col. Donald Murphy receives merit award from Dean Eugene Holtz- claw. f ,. l I . ll Q 57 NW ' ff' ff' Company D is named honor company. 1 W fl fr ' :Lf-fairy iff Formal mspection by Fourth Army officers YOu,re Supposed to lm the clrcle in the middle. -, -I Cadets demonstrate four posit ions for rifle aim. A l ,rw President George T. Walker presents Cadet Col. Donald Murphy l tx v 5 1 X y -N 5 -' at Flea-" V y I r t ye d-,few 4 ,a 3 il 5 J , . , A , Lt. Col. Meredith Shumaker presents cadets with awards. L Ifflllzlll X with superior cadet ribbon award. Fall semester military science graduates receive commissions. 5I ROTC Sponsors Merilyn Burson Little Colonel Sonya Bowden Gay Brown Judy Cathey The ROTC sponsors are the official host- esses for campus military activities. They drill each Week and perform with the cadets in rou- tines. Each sponsor represents a platoon, with the HLittle Colonelv who represents the battle group and cadet colonel's squadron heading the group. JoAnn Cenusa Sylvia Hayden Jackie Hodgson Norma Magee Celia Mantrozos Judy Reagan Pangy Riser if at :QQQUR K A E Evelon Rodgers Carol Sloat Rosalyn Thweatt Julia Wilhite Becky Zwalen ROTC cadet and date enjoy listening to the Constellations. ze Hari wif ilitary Ball 1962 Cadet Col. Larry Denmon escorts Little Colonel Merilyn Burson beneath the sabre arch of Scabhard and Blade cadets. Cadet Lt. Jerry Miller and wife, Dorothy, pose for photographer at ball. N sk-' ,y .. E Q -W 151 President George Walker crowns Judy Cathey l962 Military Ball Queen. W 4,0 - if fifiikff W Q1 x, SW X . ZQMM gps' - iff , av V Vw.jms4S f 0 Wg, Q x ' wwsksffk ff f my ' I 2 x Hp. f . f 2: 'f Mr 5' S Q .N M , "W va X 7 ww, X f f 7QZffvx Jgxi X W ' 4, Q9"'k5-f5'i N, ywgg AX' -i 1 W4 K f ' , YW Q1 4 . we , S M -X wk w S ,, X f X X NX 01406926 Q30 z1yffQg2 i Lfgr- ' Miss . Receiving iii? P'-5 ' beth Houghton f:ef.:t.: nuedthe Nite Nc-1114 . Sarabeth E 3 :cf imionalmmic irzifrt 5'- Nnrlheas! Choir axf if .i L N N 1. 9, UPS s SN. I MW WWWML WWMME l Fudldddsinrzs mmsapktooudi Iqlmlllhlikpzg Mmw m H gflftf 1 ' " l la -" gf. ' Miss Northeast Pa eant mv! Janet Hyman K1fbYDIfmetM0Oney Assistant Director zrec or Judges chose one coed from these 16 lovelies to reign as Miss North . R east eading from left are, first row: Sonya Bowden, Barbara Jean Sharp, second row. Zella Collins, Bettie Gibbs, Cecilia R' h d ' ' ' ' ic ar son, Gail Sawyer, Sylvla Pritcherg third row' Sarabeth Bmlghtonv Barbara Jean McCoy, Charlotte Salley Sue Parkerson back P ' . . d , 3 row: atsy Ruth Collins, Billie Joe Hanchey, Kathleen Whitfield, Sharon ATY an Sheila Pennington Williams. Loaded with talent- Miss Northeast We think she'l1 do Receiving first place votes from all five judges, Sara- beth Boughton, freshman piano major from Bastrop, cap- tured the Miss Northeast 1962 title. Sarabeth is a member of Delta Omicron, national pro- fessional music fraternity for Women, the Honor Society, the Northeast Choir and the Jazz Ensemble. Miss Northeast, '62. Smiling through tears- X 3' H? J, V' wr' ws Miss Sheila "Penny" Williams, first runner-up 'Nliss Blllle Joe Hanches l1l5S Congen 5 MISS Sharon Gall Sawyer, second runner-up Heaney Wafzd fZjCZI'Ik2O Norma ayee - -..--,,, . ,f f ...- Lf-.1-:rr:.z515?..EE' . . , . --... --v-- ,nn-fn P' Senior Favorites :sian fam Carol Sllipp Lanny Johnson Runners-Up W 059122 dry ZUMQ OGAQ 790 U65 G 0140912 5122175 701226 9.140-SS Sophomore Favorites QW Q Charles McDonald Sylvia Hayden e x BP ,qv ,,-, V ui., .. A. gm' :TSI ,tw' s3-i,, Q P , Q -Juni, , A , A 1 4841" K ,fn 4,21 MQ jj' ww , . A Kiwi? -Q' xg 4 fi ' wg 2, No 1 1-'rgc .wa 1 f' Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities ROBERT VANCE Music Education LINDA ROBINSON Mathematics Education LINDA CLARK Business Education gi -, x X .N F, I PAF A 01:1 Iviyflkw . r I 'X 'ntikiz 359 '- , -4 Z I i 5 i 2 4 1 1 S 2 i . A ,.,-V, k , 4 M to Ei 'Pi' W., mi , 1 mid, Q5 3' I ffl., 1 1 I ' 2 -1 Q 1 3 f ? E VW. Freshman Favorltes ul -fi' VS Z ie ' 'f , , , 1 f, i . Wx Q f 1 P4 Z f X' Y W f Q f 5 s Q 4 : 7 'ff S 2 1 44 2 Q y , 5 , 2? A . f E , if 1 1 r 5 I ' f Z P f ' ff 5 f 1 2 f f , f 1 1 f -. n , 1 I 1 4 4. X 1 x I f r , f S 5 f , , X v I X 4 Q 3, X f , f F I Z g X 1 ff X Z f f A5 f V 7 f , X X4 7 f f f f f f Z f ! f I f 1 . 4 Z X f X f W E Z Z X f , , f f X . ' Q Z ff X 5 Z jf M f A f W f X f , f f X f , 4 f f f EX ff f X , 4: X 1. lu r-N 1 4, f, Jane Loker Chr1s Posey N 1 f MARTHA KEMP Art Education I x PEGGY BUSBICE CORAH School Library Science IUSFUE and Elementary Education SAM NOLEN Accounting PANSY RISER Accounting i GEORGIA BURKETT English .A , 1 ,ai ian, WE fi? .X 11 4 , In 2. f K FZ: LJ ,Auf PATRICIA HANDY Elementary Education Who's Who in American Colleges and niversities TOMMIE STOCKSTILL Home Economics Education New CAROLYN OUBRE SUSIE Kill Pharmacy Health and P THOMAS SMITH Pharmacy TE ation ho's Who in merican Colleges and Universities CORALIE WHITE Instrumental Music JERRY BALL Accounting MARY JANE NUGENT English and School Library Science Who s Who American Colleges and 9 in Universities RAYMON HUF F Mathematics ' SARAH LITTLE Marketing DIANA SMITH Inst I Musi 4 av., 445 Mbblflxl, M51 1-RLY 'BANT A mmkzm Sclzulm' f s Y 'ACE SUSIE KELLY Health and Physical Education Uv QV , K JOY GREENE Mathematics 5 M'-......,.,,,f ..4..4-.,,.,,, www.. ROSE MARY WHITE Geology Tommie, you look devastating! Would you repeat the question, Betsy? .ww ,A W , , 2 ax lv' X6 ' if t Q A -.3 . W 9' WW? S - Q xl X, ,I A " I M f' Y ,A,, V x, at -W 1 is ye-sa. ,v N 5 ' 'n ffm , 'QQ A awk Tastes good-like punch should. Typical college attire. l I i J l l 1 1 1 i l others' Week I wore this when I was in college. C A -,,. KU! 45. Activitie - 3 Freshmen flood Monroe business streets. Q . s Indians dance around towering bonfire. 86 Homecoming President George Walker crowns Pansy Riser Homecoming Queen of 1962. Keep those lines straight! Professors can get in on the celebration, too, you know. KIA. PWSEDIEC - onl.00P Road' X Y ADC il - x Now, remember, you'l1 have to be in by 10 p.m. llothel Weeli End Mom, don't you believe I've been good? nllflf' Oh, I just love this kind of tea Counselor asks own mom what to do. v.,......--1. in ,I A - -:vii But, Mother, you can'l wear that to the tea. Henry Chriccol wins the Florence Brittain West Memorial Award for outstanding contribution to student publica- tions. Richard Mitchell receives the John H. Mc- Carter Geology Scholarship, presented by Mrs. McCarter. Coralie Heard White receives the Music Faculty Award. 88 Honors Day Lannie Johnson accepts from A. S. Huffman the All-American Basketball Team Certificate, PHYSICS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Diane Garrett UNDERGRADUATE PHARMACY AWARD Carol Streva PYRENEES SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Barbara Bartleson PHI MU AWARDS Camilla Harmon - Eleanor Harmon Gay Demmary FRESHMAN ACADEMIC AWARD Roxanne Becker ALPHA OMICRON PI Diane Garrett Carol Slakter Ann-ellen Harter NLSC PANHELLENIC SCHOLARSHIP CUP Phi Mu Fraternity AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIP Malcolm Patterson PI SIGMA EPSILON CERTIFICATE OF MERIT Robert Calvert DELTA DEMETER HONOR AWARD Jesse Lee HOME ECONOMICS CLUB AWARD I Margie Holloway LEWIS C. SLATER CHEMISTRY AWARD Alfred Ware MUSIC FACULTY AWARD Coralie Heard White JOHN H. MCCARTER GEOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP Richard Mitchell DR. WILLIAM L. BENDEL MEMORIAL TROPHY John Colligan WILLIAM BRUCE WOMACK MEMORIAL AWARD Charles Thacker LAWRENCE LIPSON MEMORIAL AWARD Sue Briggs Williams STUDENT LOUISIANA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AWARD Sandra Johnson Alfreci 0. Wai 30 Chemlilft Aw NEWSSTAR-W PLELISHIXG L AWARDS Lierilyn Burs Marshall Dol FLORENCE BRIL MEMORIAL A Henry Chrice ALPHA AIU LPS Lfrrr B311 DELTA OALICR AWARD 0 Celia Mantro LOUISLLNA A0 CERTIFLEA PA ACCUUWLNI 'John lam Llifhard tim 95 .oe ummm Momror . AWARDCIB Gay Demlnar LAY Ltallnie Johns Lefty REU amy Riser UAH E Omgf .L1 AWARSXDIXI CRUX D Am Q alker crowns PM ll' nf 1962 ight! E ,f' , ' wif at 5 s .v I Lf 4. Pharmacy group was proud to clalm frrst place m homecommg COIl1pClll10Il K.A. presented a colorful outlook to passers-by at new home on Loop Road. And they say those days are past? all Northeast never skimps when it comes to food. Homecoming queen and court reflect plenty of glamour. ,E it., s , 5,4 I. 87 0 6 X Come now, who needs the Drill Team? The guys in the supply room will give freshmen , anything. The ugliest freshman boy sure gets a charge from the cutest freshman coed. Is this the Twist, or plain old square dancing? sg? illiai Q A Y-""" -i g . . . so when my advisor looked at m I. ' . . . , 90 in knitting. y Q' tests' he Suggested I IUHJOT For the g'f1sl1" lI,S hair today, gone tomorr0W 1 ff,-,..Itl il N A8 TMA? TER HONOR IMICS CLUB lloway X11-QR CHEMISTRY te TY AWARD .rd White LRTFB :Ho1M9H'l tchell . BENDEL .itat tu :E WGN I IWAHD gker , 'SON .WARD rillj3lI15 wffmot pn J Alfred O. Ware accepts the Lewis C. Slater Chemistry Award. NEWS-STAR-WORLD PUBLISHING CORPORATION AWARDS Merilyn Burson Marshall Douglas FLORENCE BRITTAIN WEST MEMORIAL AWARD Henry Chriceol ALPHA MU UPSILON AWARD .Ierry Ball DELTA OMICRON FRATERNITY AWARD Celia Mantrozos LOUISIANA SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AWARD John James KAPPA ALPHA AWARDS Richard Alwood .I oe Thompson MONROE CITY PANHELLENIC AWARD Gay Demmary ALL-AMERICAN BASKETBALL TEAM CERTIFICATE Lannie Johnson STUDENT COUNCIL AWARDS .lerry Ball Pansy Riser OMICRON DELTA KAPPA OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE AWARD .Iesse Newcomer Merilyn Burson receives from General Manager .lack S. Campbell one of the News-Star-World Publishing Corporation Awards for excellence in reporting. .l OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Sam Nolen Robert Vance Elbert Dyer Phillipe Oszuscik Paul Mann Keith Pettway Lane Ballard John LeTard Donald Murphy Ross Nolan Paul Lasseigne William Neilson George Chain Jim Arnold Richard Alwood Curtis Rape SENIOR BOARD Georgia Burkett LaVern Burkett Patricia Ford Diane Garrett Camilla Harmon Janet Hyman Ella LaRue Jones Norma Nix Linda Rawls Sarah Shankman Vera Speece Sheila Townley Ellen Walker Sue Briggs Williams Sandra Simpson accepts the Northeast Panhel- lenic Scholarship Cup for Phi Mu Sorority. The Kappa Alpha Outstanding Member Award is presented to Joe Thompson by John Earl Taylor, alumni adviser. President George T. Walker presents Delta Demeter Honor Award to Jesse Lee, outstanding member. 89 Jazz Ensemble gives its version of jazz. Ph1 Mu sisters bun, hack days of the flappers Redskins 1962 George Owen serenades audience. Plflfed and curvaclous dance line wins hearts of audience and Judges for place Foster Parents Day I sure hope there are some gifts left over! A l ' f.w,f,.a.,.n,--,- , ,, Confidentially, Santa, how are you fixed for blades? Ginger Donald and Bill Bobo sign the list to play parents for a day. Each year just before the Christmas holidays, North- east students are aparents for a dayi' to children from the Ba tist Childrenis Home rm will give heir: dvi' W to 1110 p . Met at the college by students who will entertain them, the youngsters have dinner with their "parents" in Cunby Hall, attend a program in the College Union and then re- ceive gifts from Santa to climax their day at Northeast. These "parents" and children pause to give thanks for another Christmas. Two outstanding plays presented this year by the Fine Arts Division were "Nine Girls" and c'Tl1e Barretts of Wimpole Streetf' Students, in addition to learning techniques of acting, receive invaluable experience in directing, lighting, costuming, and choreography by taking part in these fields of drama. It was real spooky and dark out there," declares Joan Machen. . I Gt ....--- 1 me Glrls Here, do you want to read it? .Zu us' "There are times like these in our lives," Gail Sawyer tells Bettie Gibbs. Cfnpedb' mixes with suspense for an enjoyable P 0 - . K lr il ,. , X f ts. Ba ML' 54 ,NJ x .N- , .u.. - .26 . 3, -I --0. 'lu-. 5 5 I Redskins chorus line shows talent as well as ,ood looks. Northeast's annual variety show, ulledskins on Paradef, features outstanding campus talent. The revue is one of the oldest traditions at Northeast. This year's production was no exception. Under the capable direction of Kirby Mooney and Sandra Simpson, this spring's edition won wide acclaim. for 1 Nlodein dance rendition creates air of voodooism. Greek Week Songfest winners, AOPi, TKE, Phi Mu. ,ff High school visitors inspect yearbook exhibit featured at Publications Workshop. CRYSTAL H!-BET e E 'MM',,.t..,,-..,..,,,,,,,5J3if,,',m.x.,,,r:..., Q.-.Q Vid! T 5 Special Events U Pete Mangum emcees at ann ual Greek Week banquet. l Science students demonstrate at annual Science Fair. .-, I. 96 Instructors and guests attend faculty Cluistmrts banque wt , . fi? : K , 'The Barretts of impole Stree ' .M ,f p , 4 v - X , , wfff' ' n , 1 7 i " 279, 195 , ' Q - ' . . 1 4 ffiz ,Xfst1. gaxfa ,g f nl-yn , 7 X . . i p 'I i: 1 V xr , UW 1 5 i -f Ll I W I 1, A Q x , l l X 3 , .-iii ,. , Aga. xklmh . 1. iid? .y1'i4..,Ex!x- x 74 "lf Ugg, 4 .".,, L f' ' f' ' 'Ng' 71 n1fJmv5aY,'x A 1. VQMK1 I- t iff 'fra' a Year' mf X 'kia-f"",. "'f"7 "3 I 33113 "na ' Gaiety and spice add to drama. -.11-W A tender moment between Charlotte Salley and George Patterson. N,,, mp m ..,. H ,df If . ,f- ,ggi 4 fi . '. ,MVLQQ Q LQ V ' ' ' ff ,Wil 'pf ,Q .,L""'s84',ff3 I' Z' .r4,f.f,,, .sa A s qtgfyf '. 1' gajriffwylfs 748' f'wf'A 7' f, f . 1 ,V 'Hg Qf K f, J ' ' ,g 4 Shared affection strikes a keynote to audience's heart. Mike Parkerson and Charlotte Salley portray leading role in fall semester production. Household sparkles as rare excitement preVailS- 95 gre Events . . . l l Author Garland Roark gives writing hints to high school students at Publications Workshop. I l Six crooners make debut in "Freshman Frolicsf' H u Mrs. Arthur Speece displays her sculpture work at art show. Freshman Barbara McCoy entertains fellow students at "Fr0lics." 98 , fy, 414,-, t F sam, 4 tw t 'fs t if-5 ..rt "w " .' 'Z fi ggi s . 'x Nag! .. aff- snot - . . . . - . - - I -ksl10P- Journalism students prepare lo l'0glSll'l' high school vrsrlors for PlllJllCrll1OIlb XY 01 1 '1 d at P I ' R ceiving at Religious Emphasis tea. ,T pay ,LW gfgz.MQL:?y4Z,p, 9,125-Wim 4 1 .mu Mm bmw GMES uhlltalwz- e Step right up and get y our ice cold watermelon. Northeast is well represented in Shreveport parade. n4I""' T0II1mie Stockstill serves Mr. and Beauty Tea, Mrs, P1'iIChCI at Mis s Northeast id.: ml Resident student guides visitors during dormitory open house 97 1 1 ,, ' 1 v ., ' ,f-ff . , , ' ' X 4 X "" N 'fi-3 X Z... ff. R. VUAL ' ' I J U X, . , ', Q' x 7' 'it "M We ri QMS: J . 4"lq!,WL1,:t33 , il 44, Q x ' Z , 129 5 1 4' ' W 2 n33"f: 4 ' . x jf-, 42 2 X .f Qs af? Z Z Z Q, i r . L2 P' i 5:4415 5 ,fi Z! QW 5 ' A f V , , QV: L Jose Greco and his Spanish ballet entrance Harry Hickox brings joy to small fry in The Music Man flamenco dance lovers. ortheast State Concerts Association Jerry Hardin excels in Shakespearean comedy role. l00 Casuals of the Keys scene from A Thurber Carnival Renowned pianist, Philippe Entremont, en' tertains audience. n 1? f P-QQ plb Vg. , B uv' 4 , s "'v"'Y WW Ma Q3 X 7 x K OA ,.. . if Q. up Q Basketball Robert Cook f54-D hooks one against Delta State in annual Christmas Tourna- ment at Northeast State. GSC Champions 1961-62 RESULTS Arkansas A 81 M .......... East Texas Baptist Arkansas A Sz M ........ Lamar Tech ....... Delta State ...... Lamar Tech ....... Arkansas State ...... William Carey ...... Delta State ......... Southeastern ....... McNeese ............. Louisiana Tech ...... Northwestern ......... Mississippi State ....... East Texas Baptist Southeastern ............. Southwestern ......... McNeese .......... Spring Hill ......... Arkansas State ..,... Louisiana Tech ...... Northwestern ..... Delta State ...... Spring Hill ..... Southwestern ..... NLSC opp 70 55 67 55 81 51 78 gg 67 70 70 69 72 76 71 55 50 51 86 74 67 77 76 75 64 60 79 89 50 00 75 52 71 69 66 61 83 70 87 73 65 59 as 81 84 77 92 85 86 as xviftv, S 34? Up 3 5. ff 'S' L04 .55.,LSZ1,, . , Xyjlw, X' EASHKUQALL 0 xg? V ,Mt-Seffgig, 1 0 Qfsjilfyv Qt 4' ew 9 5 9' 5 6 7 3 ,owe 4 so 5 1 40' eg 5555118511 eff we if 5 2- Vw if , SN' 5 5 tu Y sis 1 ., 64518551 . , ff, W gggqggxu 5 :f - - 5 - 5,55 4.5 . E WERE N l02 A me ffmgllim I u . IN SP0 ll' f K ROBERT cooK JIMMY WALKER . n second Team All-GSC Thlfd Team All CSC Field Goal Award f W g ilk. s ,4",i oe, QQ A 'le 3 I lin: N- 9 ' i 'iw 4 - "" Ha, 3 0 r , f' ' f I 1 1' 1 ' s ' s N 3, Captain Honorable Mention NAIA l,Q13g,gff,fg?A1f1n1Qgigg NAIA Little All-American ' STUART TOMS Third Team All-GSC Free Throw Award THE 1960-1961 NORTHEAST CAGERS asf I ,-5 -X ' Q my xx f, at x. Q 4 f Y 80 l I f a T..- ,ff ,s N f X X . , rdf' L 1 Y V f Rohm fmt 5: From left, first row: Crowe, George, John- , V-- son, Toms, Snelling, Salley, Thompson, fmanagerlg second row: Gamble, Hagan, Groves, Linder, Lockwo-od, Varinog third row: Bigger, Cook, Hawkins, Walker, Em- banato. Indian Stuart Toms battles for goal between Northwestern Demons. I04 l 1 L l M - 3 - Q fafmfh GSC Coach of Year Gulf States Conference Coach of the Year, Lenny Fant, landed some of the most highly rated prep players in the state, and they gave the tribe needed reserve strength. But the Indian mentor won the title by molding a cham- pionship team from his lightly regarded holdovers. North- east copped the championship by being the only team to win three conference games on the road in addition to the five home GSC tilts. And the score goes up another notch for Indian Jimmy Walker LANNY JOHNSON NAIA First Team All-American Associated Press Second Team All-American First Team GSC Outstanding Player GSC V, ' , U 44 ,A .X It's a sure goal for Northeast star Stuart JOHN VARINO LARRY BUTLER Best Freshman Award Most Improved Freshman Award 4 ' 1 1, ,,f 'f V. L. I Overilow C1 Toms. Don't just jumpg throw the ball! Robert Cook goes for a jump shot in the Northwestern game. 4 X3 , Q Y' kr X xg A .h X .r Ask X I X I x 11:5 gg . If OO.. l ' . + X I s V 4 its A BOB GROVES k L. X - ' h . Iuhnwn lump dmeads -. A. -J , xxx ,M il Jerry Snelling heads for thegoal at full gallop. - il. I s x A I . , 53, , Q ,, X 'X- ,,.x!L4 t I x I 1 I 1 , I lk J MILTON LINDER Robert Cook sinks one in GSC championship game with Northwestern State. , 4 113 'n ,Y II IV I JERRY SNELLING M0st Valuable Non Starter Award temgirggf f - 1 I e . O I I I 10 s .la' IRBY GAMBLE Salley scores m Jumor varsity game with Hinds Junior College Toms tries for two in the Northeast and McNeese tilt. 4 M Jerry Salley goes high in the air to out- maneuver Tech Bulldogs. 1961-62 trophy winners reading from left are Stuart Toms free throw J' W lk f liar' . , ' 1mmy a er ield Uoalg Jerry Snellinv most valuable no-tt-Hb Ck " , 7' l ' , U m n s ar er, o ert oo , captam, Jerry Sally, best freshman, Larry Butler, most lmproved freshmang John Varino, best freshman. Lanny Johnson, most valuable I 1, EDDIE Ct+Czg1 Coachfs XI... X f lc: N ,fa 2 0 S I S S N n I: lk 'I 2 Ii' 'a I nl , H1-1n.lvmd 9' V .aux Zig 2 1 JERRY SALLEY Best Freshman Award Overflow crowd packs Northeast gym in rousing support of team. , . . ' T f t ,St 'l0hf1S0n heads for a seldom missed Milton Llnder SPFIUES hlgh for 3 basket against the ry or wo u Jump shot. Demons. I IO7 , 5 4 I an ft Zi 'I un' PHIL PETRAS GARY FIELDS C0,Captain Most Improved JOHNNY PACE . ,,, , 2 Eddle McGowen crosses home plate as umpxre Ike Dumas calls the play JERRY Con BODICK x Ns DON BONIOL SXX DONNIE BRUNSON BOB GROVES M ' H x Y 4 . 1 I W 1 w . al :Z , l ' W X Q o l . W W g-my . X W-11, V Q 3 , P - -HN --w 'A x f 4 D 7,5 M- ' M .'x' x -H-1 LF, I 'l':I . . - ZW M os il. no o - f .W N 1 3 K nn! In 5 . . 3 I , . liz . X 4 ' 3 1 W h A Qlfsi A Al - W, s ,f - 7 ' k V5 , . Q W .X 7 ' l W W W . W , W W .. , Y,,..,, , ,H : '2'k EDDIE MCGOWEN Co-Captain Coaches All-GSC First Team Most Valuable Best Team Effort .uv- BOB RACHAL Coaches All-GSC First Team Baseball NE Score Opponent Opp. Score Miss. State ...... Miss. State ...... LSU ......- , ,,,,,,- , Delta State - ...., Delta State ........ Northwestern ......... Northwestern .... McNeese ...... ,. -- Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Southeastern Southeastern Southwestern -- Southwestern Northwestern Arkansas ....... Baylor ......... Arkansas .....,.. Baylor Arkansas ....... . Arkansas lVIcNeese ..... McNeese ......,. Delta State Delta State .............. Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Southeastern ...v. Southeastern Northwestern Northwestern ....... Southwestern ....... ,,', 11 10 16 l I as ff 3 is fy ff' X t'es. 4 " 'IX '-Q, L' I M' 1 Q . V. y x 'x i1 A.. .nn liz. I rf.. , I fti , ai ,V L,K',,,,.fi s , xy GEORGE LUFFEY Baseball Coach x Cheerleaders TOMMIE STOCKSTILL JEANIE DUFFEY JUDY WILHITE LINDA LANE JUDY EDMONSON KATHY HARBERT TEDDY DIXON DIN AH LEWIS R I er Hmm 431' :kkifnequ Crabs 'i xw4 f"""' JERRY GODWIN H-W' PACE TEDDY PAYNE DAVID MCCARTY , X55 I . 1 Y 1 if . Q A Bo-DICK SMITH H BOBBY LOCKWOOD 4 N yxilff HMS, 'Qtr LARRY BESS ED QUIMBY Phil Petras steals ..f1fnrf, third base on slow pitch from catcher to pitcher. f . ,X .11 4, li., I f 1-I.: , , ,4 ,. ,, . 4 ... ,, .liv- Coaching Staff JACK ROWAN Head Coach JIM COATS Backfield Coach LEON MANLEY Line Coach BOB DEMOSS Line Coach QQSYWY 0 f naturist twlel Athletic Director Head Football Coach Front row: Don Wattigny, Jim LaCoste, Joe McClain, Larry Rambin, Al Ott, Willie Ragan, Gordon Salsman, Bruce Soignier, Billy FOSICT, DCYOHG Payne, Ken Newton and Don Blackwelder. Second row: Terry Brunet, Ken Thornhill, Ross Nolan, Don King, Gene Harbert, Jimmy Love, 0- J- Louvlere' Kirby DesOrmeaux, Mundy Breazeale, Ronnie Myrick, Johnny Nolan and Dean Mann. Third row: Ronnie Graham, Dennis Richards, Tom HHIVCY, -lerrlf Soignier, R. F. Wilson, Richard Branch, Roy Goodwin, Charles Beach, Tommy Latham, Wendell Drost, Tony Allen and Bill McClung. Fourth row- Robert Lam ard, J' R' h d B b T T B t - ' - - ' ff J p immy ic ar s, o atum, ommy eaube, Pat Percy, Johnny Garrett, Donnie Brunson, Bo-Dick Smith, Morris Douslasv ern' Ferguson and Bill Burns. -tv .1 ' '1 ,E- ll MORR galfbaff DOP 0 Award pmlrd Sl lm Foodudl 1961 1961 RESULTS Mexico Tech ...... Lamar Tech ..... East Texas ................. Northwestern State ..... McNeese State ................... - Southeastern La. College U. of Southwestern ......... Delta State ............. Arlington State ...... Louisiana Tech ..... Opp. 0 -, 38 28 7 7 9 35 -- 27 Coaches Jlm Coats George Luffey ,Tack Rowan Robert A DeMoss and Leon Manley talk the sltuation over before a practice session. R., af :Q 45- Q , 'Q 44,41 1 Vff"w,, Q x Q' X, NX W Q" 4 Us ,MX 3 if 8 ' f fx f ifqfzsy 5 1 fm f A . X W ,,, PE sf E Q I I 94 f 6 . Q A s 5 3 R 1 'wr 'X ykmw'-S my sag- Nagar? Ji. Tom Mui' ERI? All Sli 4 'T KX 5,6 Y 'Iii 'if-355 X I t ai VI 1 , l . :W-H fps, .' vf' yu' Kyqflli' , X , vff Bill? F0ff"L0u+ifff' Lpvf. 'eg .lem J. A If 0111 l m xy.-t,1uH?D0ugaf, lf xttfflf l Ronnie Myrick 1142 searches for an opening in the Indians FFS .a . . ' season opener against Mexico Polytechnic Institute. If w t T -r Li... A A D e,..,.....- X 1- 4 pi El -i .,.... ' -L I I J " uf- 'g X s--+-'- K , - , Q " + t fi?-G if 417: + f A 'ff 5 t R "' ' f 'I - us. 1 - :Carr . X f ' 1 I1 K V' lg!! N' :DT 2' , f' , A ' -"'i,,,.,...,',..",5,:: 1 , "PT ""f'Qg . ',- X , " . ' - x ' ' Nh 1-b e .i . 1. f tb by V X AX , D 1 . , -' f W it- . X Q 5 I I I 4 45 ,-lPs.u-'Q x O ff""' , at Q- Q . Mgr t. ., -' V . 1 1 K -A b ia.--if' t I -V p I -.la , l u A ' " . -4 3 ., M- R125 D' " " 1 I '. ' ' ":.'1"iZ'i,r" A 'V J XX tn -.V.-- 5 I :3.:',:f'.,-V:p'r'- gp V1 -A 5- qiw, 'agua - . -- '?i.7e'f'f M a Y," f V.-m"??"7L' .A ' - M 555-0, is AL OTT BOB TATUNI DON BLACKWELDER RONNIE BIYRICK TERRY BRUNET Lgm Halfback Center Halfhack Quarterback Guard Tri-Captain Tri-Captain Tri-Captain Best Freshman Third Team All-CSC Scholarship Award Award Halflmack Ken Newton eludes a would-he McNeese State taekler with some fancy hroken field runnin as Ross Nolan comes up fast to give interference. . -Q :Aly , TQ t F P s r X K ly if wx 8 Y N ' ' ldv-:F X A f 'U tv., Mg K '-i1XQ,Q?YI' Q ' . 'I .4 i p '4 5 .Q sta.. , . V-.. O 11.31 , Y ,, Xu , I ,A Qijfr .4 V MORRIS DOUGLAS DON WATTIGNY Halfback Quarterback Most Improved Award 'K R M ff, 3 , N I ,Q s T Row one: DEVONE PAYNE-Fullback ROBERT LAMPARD-End WEN DELL DROST-End TOMMY BEAUBE-Center X 3 I: T ' A .1 Row two: R. F. WILSON-Halfback BILL MCCLUNG-Quarterback ROY GOODWIN-Fullback OJ. LOUVIERE-Guard Row three: DEWEY SMITH-End DONNIE BRUNSON-Halfback TOM HARVEY-Center DEAN MANN-Halfback Row four: TONY ALLEN-Tackle JERRY FERGUSON-Tackle KIRBY DESORMEAUX-Tackle GENE HARBERT-End II8 4 L 0 f S f ,Q A f x Z' T . ullicgemqem F Y mmlls Q . ry TCQQIYES 1 l Hin Q lm T :'N.,: 'liriiimnig 7 fx' -UCSC fog, ffl yllibilial in gf f, WT 'ml ,fn as I ,f 9 O I -: Iv, '54 Q93 'f E? N .. , A X I . -j-jj...-- -' 11" h . og M, . . yup .. E 1 u J icuii glggp I 'Q I , K .33 ap: PZ' 11-1 JIM LOVE End End THOMAS LATHABI .,.,,,!-.f - lr A - 'Q I , g - Llfw NVQ A .1 ,pq -fb, ,' . L.ulyllIhl 11, gg ' I Y 1 tif 37' 1' ff ,,, A Q , v -- Q 'Zi , 1 - I., 'AJX .7 I Y qs pw- , -- A' ,162 15 yang .LJ N Q -Q 2 41 I "Pf"f:' ' -' x x 'QQ ,V - ., . vm, if n wx- ' 11 . iii ' ,Q 0' . X T, , lx Aiirifim- I JIKI LACOSTE KILNDY BREXZE.-KLE BILLY FOSTER Tackle Quarterback Center Q8 ai- 'T lv-0 A lr- 1 A IL. ' 4 1 . YT I x',g,,, 1 , N 'Q Q ,I ., " I 1 I I 'pvuylj 01' vt". A-ki Y L GORDON SALSMAN KEN THORNHILL Halfbagk H21lflJZlClC Senior tribesmen pose with the 1961 homecoming queen Pansy Riser. ,iii in lhf W' lk ,, X 'r 5- -wyff ,X Willie Ragan 1323 charges through zi gap in Southeaslern'5 line and shakes away from a would-be taclcler. Track GSC Champs GSC Coach of Year NE 67351, lVlclVlurry 4735 Howard Payne 3435 Southwestern Recreation Meet, Fort Worth, Texas NE 112 La. Tech 555 Northwestern 405 Shreveport Relay, Shreveport NE 100 Ark. State Teachers 445 Southwestern La. 335 Triangular Meet, Monroe NE 485 Alabama 33 Florida State 305 Florida Relays, Gainesville, Florida C University Divisionj NE 75521, La. Tech 515 Mississippi State 485 Memphis Relays, Memphis, Tennessee fUniversity Divisiony NE 66 Kansas State 475 LSU 42 Southwestern Relays, Lafayette Cllniversity Divisionl BOB GROSECLOSE-Gulf States Conference Coach of the Year NE 91 Northwestern 495 Southeastern 41 Northwestern Relays, Natchitoches NE 91 Northwestern and La. Tech 42 Triangular Meet, Natchitoches NE 85 7X 10 Southwestern La. 57 La. Tech 4.9 -1165 First row: Bill Frye, George Abbott, David Hankins Don Eiland ,lack Williams D St D S S ' ' O T mm Edmonson, Al Taylor, John Baker, Charles McDona.ldz Woody Pe , . Th' d - ,C avi Byllglone on tyronl econd row: Blu White' Noel rr, ldo Gene Franklin, Owen Owen, Randall Walker, Richard Shovan, 'llhllon Sthi1e,nGudne Fcbaild fmallnageillleclosel Charles Beach' Claude Mercer, Jay G0 Smlt l I20 1 - Q DON STYRON- 2l.9 clocking rt mark of 6.7 in hurdler by HTH '61 and holds U lows. " L, E52 4 ' t ful? yr .r gras I , as K iii: ' Af? ww ' Mastiff: Dov up mg Sgr,-er atillll Gonna? cmss , and thi CNM11 Q 830 0 llq 1.4- gl., wr 'ig J' a, ' A ...Ll N I tr J: E --r nam ,r-rf ...Ty ,,.4,.:.-: f . qv ,:- ,I ti' ,, .'.-'-,-:.,"H,- . , A,,u!.rg1w.,. ,f -' 1' ., yikikp, ,v-,J 1'-:,2."s -. 1 , ' ' ' - ,va H. 1 4' 1 'X' - ' y i ' - , ,'-as -..'...'.... - 4 . . i ,.f- prx,.wp,.a.:s',1f-lLirf'5f W' .', CAPTAIN DON "BUDDY" EILAND 's'tgf 2 ti ? , J gl i R' Cross Countr GSC Champs Northeast copped honors in the GSC cross country meet for the fourth consecutive year. The Indian runners shared the 1958 title with McNeese State, finished second in the 1959 meet, and won the cham- pionships in 1960 and 1961. Paced by Buddy Eiland, Coach Crose- close's thinclads placed six runners in the top 20 and scored only 4-9 points, 15 less than the second place team, in winning the 1961 crown. Eiland finished second in the cross country run with a 19:28.5 clocking over a four-mile course. Bill Frye scored seventh in the meet, George Abbott, was eighth, Bill White finished fourteenth, John Baker eighteenth and David Hankins nineteenth. 1961 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 'U X.iHfA ...sg Two cindermen' Do E' n a tain and most From left, Bill Frye, George Abbott, Don Eiland, Claude Mercer, Randall Walker, Bobby Bryant, n . . n lla d, voted c p . - conscientious of the cross countrymen, while Bill B1I1Wh1te. Frye receives special award. S 031' lit! 'h' Texas :tern La' 33M Ersity Division? il 1 -1 iiversity Divisionj Y Divisionl v 1145 Toney GLW' e A ,,,,, ,Qj 1 DON STYRON-world record holder in the 220 yard low hurdles with a 21.9 clocking run in a meet at Baton Rouge. Don is tied for the U. S. mark of 6.7 in 60 yard low hurdles. Twice named the world's greatest hurdler by "Track and Field News" he was national AAU champion in '61 and holds two GSC records: 13.9 in the high hurdles and 22.3 in the lows. .., ,niag- w. it ',u -fl 9 wwffl' wr if-1 DAVID STYRON-shares two U. S. indoor dash records, 6.0 in the 60 yard dash and 7.0 in the 70 yard dash. He ran the 100 in 9.3 with wind and in 9.4 without. Timed in the 100 meters in 10.1, the 220 in 20.2, the 200 meters around a curve in 20.9, the 440 in 46.6, high jumped 6'3", broad jumped 23'6" and pole vaulted 13'10". He and brother Don led NE to three GSC track and field titles. , g LJ 2 bdpv ,., .. 1 T W.. 0 --3,4 . . 'S N nv' " jgtrl "W" se . - V , -X , 1 . Q Af Champion mile relap team members are Don Styron, Dave Styron, Randall Walker, and Q-A x.. R 0, . a if ef A -- 'C John Baker. -4 J 't .. 2 45... . Q 41 'Q M W" ."'s - +11 A 7 'Qhg!".,,, A A ,..n-ren... is-3,8 sa-"ily rf. 0' . aa, A. an-f""'-3 -'N t"""f.....s1.. A Ei. ' iiffzi 1 -...- 2 - at M all is Q' M9 sl Q 'l 22? .A 4 '. Am . is 1 1' ' ,. A '. Jfxrk 3-1:-"' 'ff-'E ,. ' fly , l ' ,455 -' ' J LAS, t I-.wr 'K ,Q A 'K Fr- Y A W.. an . Q, . -at - ,. . . .. k 'f b v.-Wy. ,.- g f, A in 'T A 'Q -e .W Jr.. xg. M . -29753 , - - . A as .f ,s - , Ms. ' ' QC " T A Wtiri. lv". ,.-"g.'.. r -1 W . if sw-A 1 . . -W t. F Q- 4. f.,.. 7 0 .4 I-. A '-- as A-:,L "M,, A 0 ...f 4:4441 DON EILAND-voted most conscientious trackman, wound up an outstanding NE track career, never finish- ing lower than second in either the GSC track meet or GSC cross country run. "Buddy" won the cross country crown once, the two mile twice, the mile twice and the 880 once. N TM mf 'Y ll . tx 7 il This trophy table needs a long extension. l2I INDOOR MEETS 1 t 1 ts. . 5 t Qi, K ,gy NOEL ORR-clears the bar at 13'7". Co-captains of 1962 track club, Don and Dave Styron. Dave Styron breaks the tape in GSC 100 yard dash in 9.6. Dave is followed closely by teammate Charles McDonald. i f f W ,ff f v fp., ., -55:1 , .te ,.,. f 1: -' X 1 sfzmf Q fees-?X"'5f f I ' Ja , I 'lmW.11f-M .X 1, .. f ,, f K r fy' nf-pf 'N t wig' f - Anwar ' , , rr,,,,,, . - ' .... f l .... ---... .. TOMMY EDMONSON - outstanding freshman vaulter, tied for third in Con- ference. Placed second in GSC broad jump. OWEN OWEN-runs hurdles and broad- jumps. Copped third in conference low hurdles. Honor student in H. and P.E. W3 iq 1 tv is fd iii ' 'H "QR-Wu 'ying 6 wi, 'f I ,f f QQ-ff' 1 , I ,C , lx fi 55:1 g , -Hg, ,,.. ,4.,,: - A - Q ',,.! J: ,r 5 Moms.sfR-A-V47,,xq.95f624,',,,f.y,,.-,'.3 .ag f Bluebonnet Indoor Meet-Houston, Texas Dave Styron won 60 yard-dash in 6.2 John Pennel 2nd pole vault 157 47' Lubbock Indoor Invitational-Lubbock, Texas Don Styron-60 yard high hurdle preliminaries 7.0, tied world record. Second in finals. Dave Styron 60 yard-dash preliminaries 6.0, tied World record. Sec- ond in finals. John Pennel second pole vault 15' ZMW. Coliseum Relays-Montgomery, Alabama Don Styron tied world record of 6.7 in 60 yard low hurdles. I Northeast won team championship with 36 points to second place win- ner Alabama f21L pointsj . Will Rogers Indoor Games-Fort Worth, Texas Northeast won unofficial team title. Dave won 60 yard dash. Eiland won mile, Mile Relay Team Won. Abi- lene Christian College was second. Mason-Dixon Games-Louisville, Kentucky Dave Styron tied world record of 7.0 for the 70 yard-dash. Don Styron second in high hurdles with 8.2, Mile Relay Winner CDav6 S-tyron, .lohn Baker, Randall Walker, and Don Styronj. WILUAMW - . 1 ZW0 m if .,: y ' 195 f .1 in GSC Mem' E 'f.,f WM. an . 9 . ...naw 'WE 1-"NR v + 5,5 ""' ' amish QM st if-M Y' ' i ::'1L : f ' '-' - L '--"Ja-:Z :Z .--- Q --..:-...""""-9-' 4 ff" ,Q A, + XXX 1, 4, , W. M, , ' Q -44. 4 , of-3.5 N, 31 K ,:Qn3.a:' ' egg -ferkw A-9 AX 5 . 5' gf , K, .... ., , 4 GENE HARBERT-took fourth in EUGENE FRANKLIN-runs high and low hurdles, broad jump and high jumps. Took fourth in conference low hurdles. PEANDALL WALKER-two time GSC 440 yd. cham- PIOH-, unbeaten in 1962, holds GSC record of 47.7 set in '62. Member of mile relay team. Ran on 880 FCIHY- Rims high and low hurdles. 1961 conference meet. Had his season's best of 195' 8329. CLAUDE MERCER -fill-in ma.n on mile relay. Runs 44-0 yard dash. r 1 JOHN PENNEL-pole vaulter had his top season in the indoor meets with a vault of l5'4". Gi ul TIFFEN STONE-conference winner in discus. C151' 11".J Fourth place in shot-put 143' 8"J. DON STYRON-world record holder, clears 220 yard low hurdles in 21.9. l23 Y ROBERT STATHAM Most Valuable Player a Tennis l 5 NE Score Opponent Opp. Score 0 Southwestern ....... --............ 7 1 McNeese ..... ..... 6 2 Northwestern .... ..... 5 k 1 Louisiana Tech ....... ...... 6 5 4 Southeastern ..... , ..... 3 l 1 Northwestern .... ..... 6 O McNeese ...... ..... 7 1 Southwestern 6 3 Southeastern ..... ..... 4.1 0 Louisiana Tech ....... ..... 7 3 1 E 1962 TENNIS LETTERMEN A! JIM COATS Tennis Coach F I givin left, Irby Gamble, Charles Thacker, Roy Fisher, William Ulmer, Buddy Emballam, Robert a am. f 126 BILL ,ab hnflilfs and broad. nh Hurd U1 contempt '--Jr student in H and Eh xg l ied world r0C0fd' rid record. Sff' Ufliifi- , A xmnd P1553 will 'earn WOH' Abi' 'DaVC winner t.. .4 5-3. MP6-mabiisf I"-W"""1" 'X GLEN WALKER Outstanding Golfer Third Team A11-GSC Golf 0 NE Score Opp. Score 15243 Centenary .,. . ....,,,,,,., 2 ll McNeese .,, .,A..., 7 ll Northwestern .,,, 7 1015 Ouachita Baptist THQ 6 Louisiana Tech 12 10 Miss. Southern ..... .,..,.. 8 315 Southwestern ..... ..... 1 415 'i ff COACH BOB DeMOSS I J .maxi BILL KING Q .kiwi ,ra r Mn, a-. ,no-9 Ly 1 I n,..4, GENE ADAMS KEN RENWICK To I25 D .sf .. Xa x Did anyon e hit the bull's-eye? Physical Education Classes in square dance add variety to physical education programs. fggr -W A N. . .. We'H teach him to give, us a test on Monday. r :sin X , 'ivx-qw-.. , V em dance group brings out voo 00 d rhytl1n1S- mils' J li f J Q. l il if Why doe I- he '4 .Oz .gr A J 'L , .y r , . I F1 A f',: 'Y P" ' , 7 v'J'.:if -'A' Id Which is W Opp' S0015 ,Ni 7 . S X 6 'XX 5 6 ' 'NX 6 Ni 7 KX 6 Mwifi 6 .6,6 if G mnastios Southern AAU Champions -Q 1 . 1962 GYBINASTIC SQUAD ...L+- l 1 , 1 --v-1-..i.,.....,,,i,, From left, ,lim Walker, Louis Whitworth, Marvin Jordan, Bill Krieger, Pcarmun Smith, Gene Huffty, Wynn Jefferson, Coach Barry Johnson. l .,.. ,.,,,.i,,.... .,,..-- Embajliloy H lurid? WYNN JEFFERSON 6- Handstand on parallel bars. MARVIN JORDAN Lever on floor Y 6 I . 0 3 xr KRIEGER GENE HUFFTY BILL KRIEGER Handstand on parallel bars. Handstand on parallel bars. Iron cross in the rin s '27 To pass the life saver course you must pass the life saver. Swing your partner and away we go. Now if I could just do this as well as Ike, J is I F X- .."jXq,n.iT -2 was. rfbwk fx I had Wheaties for breakfast iCal Ciltign 'e'lI teach him to give u test on Monday. , Q ,X ,, V, , , , zjj 4 f f 1' ,f , ft! e..gi11t. Sn...-fx "Hb ,J t - 1.1 um I In ff' ,ff. 'P wry .w eff -.M- . N--4. f u-- A-, V., ,Q . L , , sf ...bf " .l WhY d0'3SH,t this thing move? Coach George Luffey instructs Janice Cullien in golf fundamentals. 5.1 Now, th1S IS how my teach- er send to do lt. A 1' A1 V, .':f1f,w,' f ., , ,.,. I wp' 1 1 ,Lx f , 4 ',,?g3." 'V 4. Q 1' 1 'v in ,W voodoo 1515 Which IS flrst-the head or feet? N ,wg ,vt 4 fe .ff'!Q'W7 'Wxfvfvk 1 4 A 1' L. ,,., TOMMY BANKSTON, Health and Physical Education, Winnsboro OLIVE M. COCHRAN, Education, Monroe .P""l W MARGUERITE HEADRICK, Business Ad- BETTY HILL, English Education, Monroe ministration Education, Monroe 'adm' SAMMY DANNA, Social Science Education, Monroe Graduates Reaching another milestone in Northeast history was the awarding of master,s degrees to the following re- cipients: Tommy Bankston, Don Cheek, Helen F. Clark, Olive M. Cochran, Sammy R. Danna, Margaret Mosely Duckworth, Elizabeth Firnberg, Mar- garet Jones Griggs, Marguerite W. Headrick, Louise Griggs Hendricks, Betty ,lane Hill, Florine M. King, Vir- ginia Brown Marx, Jacquelyn Adams Shipp, and Olive Roena Wall. First- to receive the master's degree from Northeast are these spring graduates reading from left: Flo n M. K1 , Ol R. W ll El' ' U - Olive M. Cochran, and lillflaiergueritenlgleadiiiicfic. a , lzabeth Embers' Betty HIH' l32 X X . ..,. Mrs. Robert Holt serves Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cochran at reception 1 following spring commencement at which Mrs. Cochran was awarded the master's degree. X . P V J I 'I . 1 1 ny, ' AK ir-n W 1: if "VA Receiving the. are, reading 7 quelyn Adams Ferguson Cla! Hendricks, D0 and Tommy B The Northef seSSl0I1 of 1 students bv . Degree In flfiugatio. Gallon, and The CI n the Graflllg mer Swio Hd ll S. 4 Classe s for breakfast. Earl Alleman, Pharmacy, Duson Sandra Allen, Health and Physical Education, Monroe J. T. Avery, Mathematics Education, West Monroe Graduatin Seniors Richard Aycock, Pharmacy, Franklin Ernest Baccarini, Social Studies, Winnsboro Richard M. Ballard, J r., Geology, West Monroe Jerry L. Ball, Accounting, Bastrop Gwen Barnes, Business Education, West Monroe Stella Bass, Health and Physical Education, Wisner Wayne Bennett, Elementary Education, Oak Grove Charles A. Black, Business, Delhi Nancy Blake, Art Education, Sterlington 'WS . MXPX Martha Blakeney, Elementary Education, West Monroe Beverly Blount, Elementary Education, THYIOI' . .s. S575-2 Q ,1 X X TF ,watt ,, .. ,, V N , - "EI "5 NW Q- .1 ff' . .1 S Eli: I ' Kenneth Bonneau, Pharmacy, Lafayette ,ag Jeanette We Ruby Bl' George l Mol Barbara Gec Wade Bl Chi Merilyn loy Butll Bobby C Mary Ca M01 Camille , William M0 v Gerald Q 'ANL 5,3 Graduates Summer Gr3dH3t1OH Chatting at the reception following sum- mer commencement are Congressman Otto E. Passman, graduates Gwendolyn Baimes and Charlotte Lowrey, with her father, Dale Lowrey, who are being served by Mrs. Robert Rickett, Northeast student. " Receiving the master's degree. in the summer of 1962 'b':::g mths, mf.. . . . . ,, PM are, reading from left, Virginia Brown Marx, Jac- N Cider? wsthgggr quelyn Adams Shipp, Margaret Jones Griggs, Helen ', , th K Ferguson Clark, Sammy R. Danna, Louise Griggs - .dnb to Eltllili Hendricks, Don Cheek, Margaret Mosely Duckworth, 4. 'l'.5g1-gy Rummy: and Tommy Bankston. F, flirt. Olirellt Fl. llxra. llargari iff. lfmtetll liffig ,laces llatgfiit 'l are lint lilorirelltg if-u: lim leaf? mi Oiiif I Ura RlTT.1f'11 Crihlgii .IT Offlmiiii 'M 1 The Graduate School Northeast State's Graduate School, which opened in the summer session of 1961, was climaxed by the awarding of degrees to fifteen students by the close of the 1962 summer term.- Degrees offered under the new program are the master of arts in education, the master of science in education, the master of edu- cation, and the master of music education. The Graduate program was made possible by the State Legislature and the State Board of Education. Graduate enrollment reached a peak of 276 during the 1962 sum- mer session. 'N Awarding of their bachelor's degrees brings smiles to Brenda Gambrell, left, and Koula Economos, who win congratulations from commencement speaker, Honorable Otto E. Passman. J ack Carter, Mathematics Education, Lake Providence Peggy Jean Carter, Social Studies Education, Bonita Dorothy Cavendish, Business Education, Monroe George A. Chain, Social Studies Education, Bastrop Richard Chamberlain, Business Administration, Bastrop Charles Chambers, A griculture, Monroe Aubrey Chapman, Pharmacy, Kentwood Linda Clark, Business Education, Monroe Raymond L. Clark, Liberal Arts, West Monroe Jerry Clifton, Accounting, Ferriday Guy Coates, Journalism, Monroe John Colligan, Pre-Medicine, Hackberry Bobbie Colyin, Elementary Education, Monroe Phares Corder, Music Education, Monroe William Crider, Social Studies Education, Delhi Jackye Gay Del Otis Del Barbara Fran D01 Ronald Gloria D Cro Archie I Llmtla E Kollla Dori Slwlles, om C'0l08t,Weolllooo.f , Bastrop rluaztion, West Monroe loysical Education, 1 Education, 021' Delhi Y ln, Slellingwn W Edytllllwll Educaziontllllor 1, uffffne wr be , am' Jeanette Brooks, Upper Elementary Education, West Monroe Ruby Brooks, Elementary Education, Monroe George Bryan, Business Administration, Milan Borden, Elementary Education, Sterlington Randall Breaux, Pharmacy, Kaplan Otice Breithaupt, Accounting, Archie Qi 3 Monroe I K - Z s' V Q1 o ' Q gl- , zu , ,Lo 4 X so Q W we o V-to X Barbara Buckelew, Elementary Education, Georgetown Wade Burleson, Business Administration, A' X Chilclresburg Merilyn Burson, Journalism, West Monroe -o TT 'sw 7 J oy Butler, Mathematics, Columbia Bobby Caldwell, Elementary Education, Monroe Mary Calhoun, Elementary Education, West Monroe Camille Camp, Social Studies, West Monroe William P. Camp, Jr., Art Education, West Monroe 5 3 YZ? Gerald Carter, Education, Bonita . ,Q fl 1 li 6-if Sy l Sandra Edwards, Business Administration, Monroe Claude Epperson, Chemistry, Bastrop Bonnie Farrar, Business Administration, Lillie Graduatin Seniors Anita Fleming, Mathematics Education, Monroe Bernel Fontenort, Pharmacy, Ville Platte Elizabeth Foster, Pre-Social, Tallulah Mary Sue Francis, Elementary Education, Rayville Kenneth Futch, Pre-Medicine, Holly Ridge Gene Gammill, Health and Physical Education, Oak Grove Gloria Garland, Elementary Education, Linville Norman Garlington, Health and Physical Education, Dry Prong Shirley Gary, Pharmacy, Sulphur Susan Gilley, Business Education, Tallulah Judy Godwin, Education, Bastrop Maurice Gold, Pharmacy, Natchez, MiSS. I l V gp ., T S Gwfglf? G! Margaret l Lora Gllllf 4 i Aliens Cul Narmie Ha Pione Paul Harp Bills' M. H l0l1I1C.Hf liillis Hilhl llonr. Fern HiIL, Samu I Ga ' Janette H0 MOM. Edwdlion, ess Ad ure: Monroe r, Kentwood zlion, Monroe lrrs, West Monroe rriday -oe Placklieffl . mov canon, M0 1, Monroe 'duvU"'0"' Hlinistmlion, Graduatin Seniors Jackye Davis, Education, Bastrop Gay Demmary, Elementary Education, Monroe Otis Derhonne, Pharmacy, Lafayette '5- Ken Cromwell, ollatlzematics, Monroe Mary Crowley, Elementary Education Monroe Stephen J. Daigle, Jr., Pre-llledicine, lVest Monroe '4 nb' so i 'V 11 A '- . xx i X' ' lit -o f , UWT' -' an . X '- , E N W' J NV, 2' ' k " X z ' '4 t x i E :Quill a. . i Barbara Doles, Elementary Education, Bonita Fran Donahoe, Home Economics, Delhi Ronald Donaldson, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Gloria Donnell, Elementary Education, Crowville Archie Dowdle, Pharmacy, Monroe Lynda Ehy, Sociology, Monroe Koula Economos, Government, Chicago, Ill. J. B. Edmiston, Health and Physical Education, Simsboro Doris Edwards, Elementary Education, West Monroe 'tux sl' f if 'wr-ff' IX pats ,!,, R 1 ..... JH x lx it lt' F111 S, 'C7' Charlotte Hudson, Business Education, Bastrop Charles Jackson, Health and Physical Education, Springhill John W. James, Accounting, Columbia ive? if x,f x Betty Lou Jenkins, Elementary Education, Shreveport Vernon Jennings, Biology, Monroe Joseph Johnston, Sociology, Oak Ridge Luther Johnson, Engineering, West Monroe Richard Johnson, Pharmacy, Bossier City Sandra Johnson, Elementary Education, Fairbanks James Joiner, Speech Education, Rayville Barbara Jones Health and Ph sical Education, v 9' Farmerville James Jones, Elementary Education, Monroe Joy Jones, Elementary Education, Monroe Sarah Jordan, Elementary Education, Sterlington Kirl Juneau, Pharmacy, Cottonport i r 4 Mary' KHP3 Richard Kit Patricia P. J Ferrida Clifford Lal Rob Roy Lai Hit Landrur Ann Land Lee Landry, lohn . Um. ducallon, lllon lille Plane allulah r Education, Holly Ridge ysical Education, ucation, Linville I Physical II' Tallulall I Z Mw- - 1 ft Georgie Greer, Elementary Education, Eunice Margaret Lynne Griffin, Education, Gilbert Lora Gulledge, Elementary Education, Ferriday Aliene Gunn, Business Education, Monroe Nannie Hale, Health and Physical Education, Pioneer Paul Harp, Agriculture, Bonita Billy M. Hearn, Physics, Monroe John C. Helm, Pharmacy, Opolousas Janis Hilburn, .Elementary Education, West Monroe Fern Hill, Elementary Education, Bastrop Samliel Hill, Accounting, Moundsville, West a Q Janette Holdeman, Home Economics Education, Monroe Mary Gordy, Elementary Education, Vllinnsboro Norman Grantham, Physics, Monroe Francis Greer, Pharmacy, Franklinton ai it? Q fb' X Tr 'Iv 2 CI' .Leaf Graduating Seniors Perry P. Lelieux, Pharmacy, New Iberia Logan Lemaire, Pharmacy, Gueydan Sylvia Lewis, Home Economics Education, Eros Sarah Little, Marketing, Monroe Nora Loftin, Elementary Education, Monroe Charlotte Lowery, Music Education, Bastrop Mary MacClendon, Art, Monroe Judith McCarroll, Elementary Education, Jena Ruby McClung, Music, West Monroe Thomas McGehee, Pharmacy, Zachary Marion, N. C. William Mcllvaine, Music Education, Jacksonville, Fla. l Richard Mack, Physics, Santa Barbara, Calif- Niekie Maggie, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Ruby Mcllvaine, Music History and Literature, Robert Machen, Education, West Monroe , Jacky Doroilll' Ma' Lake Pr Sally Martin. Alexand Sidney Nlerer Clayton Mille lo Ann Mitch Shrevepc Richard Nlitcl lillllfs Mock- lerome lloell Bobby mary' Education, Y. Monroe gy- Oak Ridge ring, West Monroe ary, Bosier City ary Education, ration, Railing Ph ysical ugatiofl, M . 1 ' I jdlwllr Mon t fdugdll0llr rof1P0rl Egilltllllllllr onroe ot Graduating Seniors Mary Kilpatrick, English Education, Eros Richard Kincade, Mathematics, West Monroe Patricia P. King, Social Studies Education, Ferriday Clifford LaFrance, Pharmacy, Monroe Rob Roy Lanier, Pharmacy, Oakdale Hix Landrum, Social Studies, West Monroe Ann C. Landry, Medical Technology, Monroe Lee Landry, Biology, Napoleonville John LaPrarie, Elementary Education, .lonesville 7 'S Cecil Kaufman, Agriculture, Winnsboro Verna Kennedy, Elementary Education, Monroe Jarrett Ketchum, Pharmacy, Patterson '47 4, l it? .,4. YN s ,E c , 1 i? t . L" l Q ., Dorothy Lawrence, Elementary Education, Monroe .lesse R. Lee, Mathematics, Monroe .lohn Leist, Business Administration, Monroe 9 if l lif.. -fit Carl Napoli, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge William Neilson, Pharmacy, BogaluSa Melvin Nelson, Geology, Monroe Joyce Oldham, Business Education, Monroe Georgia Ruth Owens, Business Education, West Monroe Owen O. Owen, Health and Physical Education, Denver, Colo. William Palmer, Pharmacy, Gibsland ,lo Annette Pardue, Mathematics Education, Marion Bruce Parks, Pharmacy, Monroe Mary Pennington, Elementary Education, West Monroe Garland Pepper, Science Education Thomas Perkins, Pharmacy, Lafayette Phil Petras, Business Administration, MOHTOC Ira Phillips, Business Administration, MOIITO Blake Pitre, Pharmacy, Houma 6 Richard Pfiff Bastrop Curtis RHPP- I Rawls. Robert Hawk. Len' Redden. 1 Farmenii lohn F. Riggs. Eunice Ritchie. Edward Holm, Baskin R' L- Robin Llflda B3SlI'0 Charlie llllnltrg Dorothy Marsh, Health and Physical Education Lake Providence Sally Martin, Social Studies Education, Alexandria Sidney Meredith, Accounting, Monroe Clayton Miller, Social Work, Pioneer Jo Ann Mitchell, Elementary Education Shreveport Richard Mitchell, Geology, Calhoun James Mock, Pharmacy, West Monroe Jerome Moeller, Pharmacy, Bastrop Bobby Monroe, Elementary Education, Delh1 Jack Morgan, Pharmacy, Arcadia .l. P. Mosley, Business Administration, Monroe Myrna Myrick, Art Education, Oak Grove Graduating Seniors Frank Salario, Pharma y Baton Rouge Dale Sanderson, Health and Physical Education, Oak Grove Hilda Sanderson, English Education, Monroe Ronald L. Sanford, Health and Physical Education, West Monroe Charlie Sanson, Education, Wildsville Sue Savage, Elementary Education, Monroe Dewey Senn, Biology, Rayville Carol Shipp, Health and Physical Education, Bosco Sue Shirley, Elementary Education, Bastrop Barbara Ann Simmons, Accounting, Franklinton Daryl Simmons, Pharmacy, Deliidder Marian Sims, Elementary Education, West Monroe Sherry Sims, Elementary Education, Rayville Gloria Smith, Elementary Education, BaSir0P f Thomas Smith, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge Martha S! Sr. If Jog SW6Dd Esther 551 Blom Gene Tan' B. R. Tatu, Fern Tayll Sarah Tay D0I13ld T5 lo Klan- I Fam Charles Q Mmm L0l1iSe X' william T Graduatin Seniors U ucat' t mn l Richard Priest Business Administration gufifless Education Bastrop Curtis Rape Speech Education West Monroe Kan ilslcallldlfll Bobby Rawls Economics West Monroe Robert Rawls Physics West Monroe Levy Redden Health and Physical Education Farmerville 'mm' Cibsland :hemalics Education, Ly Omoe John F Riggs, J r , Social Studies, Ferriclay Eunice Ritchie, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge , Education, mlm Edwagd Roberts, Business Administration, askin 'e Fduffwn R. L. Robin, Pharmacy, Lafayette nil?" Lame 8 Linda Gail Robinson, Mathematics Education, I - Mollffl B r tlminzslrdflwf OB . . as mp t v5Wti0n,MoUT William Ross, Social Studies, Kilbourne ,ffnml Charles Russell, Business Administration, Houma Monroe Truman Potts, Pharmacy, Hackberry Ann Powell, Education, Tallulah William Pratt, Education, Bastrop Y ,fzsX Truett Thorn, Social Studies Education, Monroe William Tuttle, Business Administration, Lane, S. C. Dan Vanderhoeven, M arlceting, Alexandria Elizabeth Van Matre, English Education, Monroe Joel Venable, Economics, West Monroe Geraldine Vines, Social Studies Education, Winnsboro Charles M. Wade, Accounting, West Monroe James Walden, Business Administration, West Monroe Bonnie Wales, Elementary Education, West Monroe George Thomas Walker, Jr., H istory, Monroe Madeleine Walker, Mathematics Education, Monroe Olive Wall, Business Administration, West Monroe Millie Fairbi Caroly11 W' Mangl Maxine Wiz Carvel Whi Coralie Hee Wes: N ROSe Mary Sue Franq Georg Phllliswi Gerald lamm Yvonne V M0111 3 e5 Martha Stockstill, Home Economics Education St. Joseph ,loe Swendson, Social Studies Education, Start Esther Syverson, English Education, West Monroe Gene Tarver, Government, Monroe B. R. Tatum, Pre-Medicine, Halls, Tenn. Fern Taylor, English Education, Monroe Sarah Taylor, Elementary Education, Monroe Donald Terrell, Physics, Oak Grove lo Mary Tettleton, Elementary Education, Farmerville Charles G. Thacker, Business Administration Monroe Louise N. Thacker, Elementary Education, Monroe William Thompson, English, Rayville J. A. Wroten, Mathematics, Monroe Glenn Wyatt, Chemistry, Monroe 3 1 . l 'C' William Wyatt, Pharmacy, Branch William Yarbrough, Pharmacy, Jacksonville Shelby York, Social Studies Education, ,lonesville Graduate Bill Palmer, wife and parents enjoy refreshments at rece tion following commencement. p' Cd' P . atfilfld .l..B. Taylor helps celebrate the gracluatxon ie social 21ffi1lI'llOI10l'lI'lg June graduates. . - ter of his wife, Fern, Cen ' Smilies Educmn l um .ldminislrazionl -ullfleling, Almndm e. English Education, mics, West Monroe nhl Studies Education, lccounlfnlf West Mow him ,ldminislrdllllf ' Wed enldff Edwmonl Histoflfllonm kd' In 'Ulm failmlla ries Eduval' , if ldminblrvlwmw Graduating Seniors Q, QL-:px Millie Wendorf, Home Economics, Pineville Mary Welch, Health and Physical Education, Fairbanks . Carolyn Weston, Elementary Education, Mangham Maxine Wheelis, Business Education, Eros Carvel White, Social Studies, Jonesville Coralie Heard White, Instrumental Music, West Monroe Rose Mary White, Geology, West Monroe Sue Frances White, Elementary Education, Georgetown Phyllis Williams, Business Education, Delhi Gerald Wilson, Geography, Little Rock, Ark. James Wingerter, Pharmacy, New Orleans Yvonne Woods, Foreign Language, West Monroe -i 5. Regina Warner, Elementary Education, Monroe Dora Watson, Elem enlary Education, Grayson Charles Watkins, Agronomy, Lake Providence ...--0' LJ f"'Y "ltr: 'if 7 .'.l f"'v K., J! it Ji 242' ai s ,, 'S o 4,5 . T V, , S , ,V 1 W ji .t ,Q 'iw T 'sss Q E Belvin Fontenot . . . Lake Charles Bill Frye . . . Nenana, Alaska J. L. Furlow . . . West Monroe Emma Gandy . . . Mangham Sarah Gardner . . . Dallas, Texas Robert Giddens . . . Ringgold Richard Grant . . . West Monroe lean Gray . . . Bastrop Linda Griggs . . . West Monroe Linda Hall . . . Forest Glenn Hardin . . . Baton Rouge Sammie Harper . . . Crowville forex X ,Jig . Windle Dyer . . . Archibald Barbara Evans . . . Winnsboro Jerry Fenton . . . Bossier City 4 ian fa 1 W X G, rg Don Antley . . . Downsville Mallory Banister . . . Wisner ,,s gi Joe Baughman . . . Farmerville 4-at J f""'7 U rl 'Dis "-v-Q.. 4-.a .L 1 of his fl" fgflly K Seniors gn... Joyce Brodie . . . Monroe Robert Calvert . . . Rayville Patsy Collins . . . Pioneer Robert Cook . . . Jonesboro Phil Corder . . . Monroe Kay Cotton . . . Monroe Patsy Cougliran . . . Rayville Ray Cox . . . Rayville Virginia Cruse . . . Grayson Larry Denmon . . . Forest Michael Deshong . . . Monroe Caroline Doty . . . Waterliroof H l 1 E 1 F Seniors Ronald Nader . . . Marshall, Texas David Neuschwanger . . . Forest Sam Nolen . . . West Monroe Noel Orr . . . Abilene, Texas Walter Ostten . . . Columbia Philippe Oszuscik . . . Jacksonville. Fla. i Ann Parks . . . Winnsboro Nike Poulas . . . Winnsboro Linda Pruitt . . . Jones Nancy Rand . . . Ft. Worth, Texas Diane Raley . . . Tallulah J on Rivkin . . . Wichita Falls, Texas P l sm-,N Peter Mangum . . . West Monroe Jane May . . . Monroe Donald Murphy . . . Bastrop I fi l l ' l fl 1 l 3 1 '1 -94 "ini" f X E rm 5 r l Ken Hoots . . . Sicily Island Walter Horton . . . Monroe Neal Johnson . . . Monroe Edys Iones . . . Bastrop l Hazel Kirkland . . . West Monroe Kenneth Kirkland . . . Rayville Julia LeBlanc . . . Erath Lucy McClelland . . . Winnsboro Clarence McClung . . . Oakdale Myles McDuffie . . . Crowville Lois McCough . . . Bastrop l Wayne McKinnie . . . Monroe l IS3 Q ' 1 1 ii Joan Aaron . . . Kilbourne George Abbott . . . Jonesboro Lee Roy Adair . . . West Monroe Gene Adams . . . West Monroe Ralph Allen . . . Shreveport Richard Alwood . . . Ferriday Janet Aswell . . . Bastrop Richard Autin . . . Jennings Juniors Lane Ballard . . . Farmerville Billy Barfield . . . Newellton Charlotte Barron . . . Spearsville Barbara Bartleson . . . Start X Jkm. K? qw 5? Joe Baughman . . . Farmerville Glenda Becton . . . Bastrop John Belaire . . . Abbeville Russell Belaire . . . Abbeville Pat Berry . . . Oak Grove Scott Berry . . . Oak Grove Hardin Blair . . . Monroe William Bobo . . . Kilbourne Ruth Boggs . . . Monroe Ruby Bonnette . . . Waterp1'00f Daryl Boothe . . . Harrisonburg Charles Bouclreaux . . . Lafayette Diane I Tom Br Billy Br Curia l Georgia ldlem Blu? Bu llmnm Dfw-s Baflm nom mme ll Q, l Hazel Roberson . . . Tallulah K 'Q We I William Scott . . . Tallulah Don Smith . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. What do you mean 8 o clock classes are fun? . A ... N1-' A Ken Spillers . . . Eros William Street . . . Crowville Wilma Tower . . . Ptayville Georgia Tullos . . . Columbia Ann Walker . . . Monroe Don Wattigny . . . Gretna N515 51'-fs? Kennard Welch . . . Dry Prong Linda Womack . . . Bastrop Evva Zeagler . . . Monroe ff Virginia Chitty . . . Gonzales Delores Clack . . . Bastrop Zella Collins . . . J onesville Harold Condray . . . Monroe Jessie Lee Conville . . . Monroe Mary Coon . . . Monroe August Courville . . . Eunice MacKenzie Craig . . . Monroe James Crawford . . . West Monroe Jean Crawley . . . Monroe Carroll Crow . . . Tallulah Carolyn Crowe . . . Forest s I l John Currey . . . Sterlington Ralph Daigle . . . Lafayette C. P. Dansereau . . . Thibodaux Nita Denmon . . . Forest Joe DiMaggio . . . Morgan City Frank Donald . . . Rayville Jeanie Duffey . . . West Monroe Jerry Dugas . . . White Castle Anderson Dupre . . . Monroe Elbert Dyer . . . Monroe Clyde Elliot . . . Monroe Harriet Etheridge . . . Winnsboro Jig I llilliai Bobby Fred I Caroly Cale C l0hn C David lamg Lam, llaltul Jfellls I Gratis Haffl L ui ' " , Farmerville . Bastrop Abbeville . Abbeville Oak Gfole Oak Grove BIOHIOC Kilbollme oflfoe , l ll' alCfPl00 Sonbufb afalelle Diane Bruno . . . Monroe Tom Bryan . . . Baton Rouge Billy Bryant . . . Monroe Curtis Bunn . . . Eros Georgia Burkett . . . Monroe LaVern Burkett . . . Mer Rouge Billy Burnett . . . Monroe Thomas Burton . . . Oak Grove Drury Bynum . . . Monroe Barbara Caldwell . . . West Monroe R. C. Cannon . . . West Monroe Thomas Chandler . . . Monroe Clarence Goodreau . . . .lennings Pat Graham . . . Monroe Tommy Graves . . . Zwalle Juniors Ivan Greene . . . Grayson Bobby Green . . . Marion Thomas Griffith . . . Slidell Lemuel Grigsby . . . Minden Keith Guice . . . Sicily Island Barbara Gulley . . . Sterlington John Hagan . . . Snyder, Colo. Ribhi Hallak . . . Amman, Jordan Arline Hall . . . Sulphur K7 Pat Handy . . . Collinston F. E. Hardcastle . . . Kinder Earl Harrison . . . Bastrop Tommy Haye . . . Farmerville Larry Haygood . . . Enterprise Dorothy Head . . . Grayson James Herndon . . . Bastrop Virginia Hill . . . Oalc Grove Laurice Hines . . . Monroe Betty Hodge . . . West Monroe Margaret Hogan . . . Jones Jerry Holdiness . . . Monroe I60 5 .f-any AIN in William Foster . . . Tallulah Bobby Fuller . . . F armerville Fred Frantom . . . West Monroe Carolyn Garrett . . . Winnfield Gale Garrett . . . Bastrop .lobn Garrett . . . Jonesboro David Garris . . . Spearsville James Gary . . . New Iberia Larry Gates . . . Lafayette Malcolm George . . . Junction City '55 G' N Lewis Gilbert . . . Port Allen Gracie Godwin . . . Jonesville of Gaston Faucheux . . . Gramercy William Ferrington . . . Yvisner James Fife . ., Magigham Robert Fife . . . Waterproof Marcia Files . . . Oak Ridge Barrett Fisher . . . West Monroe Patricia Flint . . . West Monroe Fred Fogleman . . . LeMoyen Gloria Folds . . . Monroe William Fontenot . . . Baker Annette Ford . . . Crowville Pat Ford . . . Monroe G w 23' Juniors Emily Lewis . . . Mer Rouge Glenda Lewis . . . Lake Providence Jerry Lewis . . . Crowville Milton Linder . . . Wisner Carlton Lueg . . . West Monroe Clarence McClung . . . Oakdale Donnie McDonald . . . Rayville Sandra McEachern . . . Monroe Elgin McFadden . . . Ruston Leroy McHenry . . . Delhi Zoletta Mclntyre . . . Bastrop Bennie McKay . . . Rayville William McKay . . . Monroe Virginia McKee . . . Columbia Carol McKeithen . . . Monroe Donna McLean . . . Hodge Wallace McManus . . . Bastrop Robert McMullen . . . Monroe Norma Magee . . . Monroe Paul Mann . . . Natchez, Miss. Larry Maxwell . . . Pineville Gerald Merritt . . . Winnsboro Elsie Mitchell . . . West Monroe Donald Moody . . . Monroe ollinston Kinder , Bastrop , Farmerville 1 , EnI6TPllSe y, Gr2Y50n y I l BaSif0P Oali Grove . Monroe r Monroe Wei . we NIOUTOC . f Tom King . . . Monroe William King . . . Monroe Estelle Kirste . . . Monroe Lewis Kobler . . . Camp Hill, Pa. Collins Lang . . . Winnsboro Raoul Langlinais . . . Lafayette Rodney Langlinais . . . Abbeville Errol Lasseigne . . . Gramercy Paul Lasseigne . . . Rayne John Lauve . . . Alexandria Richard Laws . . . Monroe John Letard . . . Zachery 'M 7 Leatrice Holstead . . . West Klonroe Roye Hubbard . . . Marshall, Texas Travis Hunt . Ferriday Bill Huth . . . Keneday. Texas Hugh Hu:-:en . . . New Orleans Janet Hyman . . . Monroe Leon Johnson . . . Monroe Rodney Johnson . . . Monroe Anne Jones . . . Mangham Ella Jones . . . Fairbanks Susie Kelly . . . Shreveport Martha Kemp . . . West Monroe 52 -157, 'Irv 222' 'K , ,Q r "' at X-JN Dan Pickens . . . West Monroe Ted Powell . . . Florien Janet Proctor . . . Lake Providence James Prosperie . . . Houma Linda Rawls . . . Bastrop Julia Reagan . . . Monroe Margaret Reeves . . . West Monroe Kenny Renwick . . . Monroe Jerry Rester . . . Delhi Clarence Richard . . . Jonesville Willard Richard . . . Sunset Artie Richardson . . . Slidell Jerry Richardson . . . Grayson Pansy Riser . . . Columbia Will Riser . . . Winnsboro Anita Roach . . . West Monroe Barbara Roark . . . Rayville William Roark . . . Monroe Barbara Roberts . . . West Monroe Tommy Robinson . . . Sterlingion Evelon Rodgers . . . Oak Grove Linda Rogers . . . Monroe Marybeth Rogers . . . West Monroe Sue Rushing . . . Pioneer 'Uk Carolyn Oubre . . . Prairieville Charlotte Pankey . . . West Monroe Jack Pankey . . . Monroe Diane Panzico . . . Monroe David Pardue . . . Alto lvy Parker . . . Crowville .lune Parker . . . Oak Grove Peggy Parker . . . Chatham Marie Parrott . . . West Monroe Billy Pee . . . Baskin Janis Pepper . . . Delhi Robert Peterson . . . Mansfield Mary Alice Moore Sterlm ton John Morgan . . W1 nel Frances Morris . Ronald Morris . Edwin Mulhearn Caron Mulhern . James Mulhern . Joyce Murray . . Ray Newman . . Virgil Nix . . . Columbus Ca Ross Nolan . . . Monroe Mary Nugent . . l '47 . ml I Sophomores If my transcript is in there-burn it. Theresa Bagwell . . . Bastrop Carol Baker . . . West Monroe John Baker . . . Jennings Marshall Barhe . . . Port Allen Joann Barher . . . London, England David Barker . . . Monroe Timothy Barker . . . Sterlington David Barron . . . Oak Grove Ivy Ainsworth . . . Rosefield Ronald Ainsworth . . . Baton Rouge Barbara Anderson . . . Oak Grove James Arnold . . . Crowville George Bartmess . . . Harrisonburg Beverly Bayles . . . Downsville George Beaird . . . Doyline Ginger Beard . . . Monroe ,lim Beard . . . Crowley James Bennett . . . Oak Grove Patty Bennett . . . Atlanta Lynda Best . . . Delhi Malcolm Bishop . . . Tallulah .lackie Black . . . Sterlington Jerry Blankeship . . . Crossett, Ark- Nila Bloomer . . . Monroe w 1 1 2 f . 7 ' 3512.45 1 'Mi -.-.rf rI'0VC sh revepon felsh utcher pearsville Hallsville, Texas Monroe , Pioneer Haile Monroe West Monroe Sue Crane . . . Monterey Albert Crawford . . . Enterprise Julia Marie Creel . . . New Orleans Cecil Cruse . . . Columbia David Cruse . . . Monroe Ronnie Cupit . . . Georgetown Theresa Danna . . . Monroe J oy Darden . . . Grayson X Jack Coleman . . . Monroe Mauricette Converse . . . Alexandria Martile Corley . . . Bastrop Jim Cotton . . . West Monroe Sylvia Cosby . . . Columbia Donald Courts . . . Jennings Geraldine Craig . . . Monroe Dora Crain . . . Fort Necessity ,Jam Sue Day . . . Point Penny Deen . . . Monroe Ann De Marce . . . Bossier City Kirby DesOrmeaux . . . New Iberia Ouida Dillingham . . . Monroe Billie Dixon . . . Monroe Patrick Dixon . . . Dutchtown Patricia Dollar . . . Clayton Francis Donald . . . Rayville Virginia Donald . . . Monr0C Lamar Duckworth . . . Delhi Ronnie Dufrene . . . Raceland Donate Boucher . . . Franklin John Boughton . . . Mangham Lessie Boyett . . . Winnsboro Jerry Bragg . . . Monroe Joan Breland . . . New Orleans Hazel Brewer . . . Olla Joe Brewer' . . . Vidalia Jimmy Brewster . . . Tallulah Charles Cagle . . . El Dorado, Ark. Richard Caraway . . . Shreveport Peggy Casamento . . . Monroe Charles Catching . . . Monroe Marilyn Chandler . . . Monroe Ann Chapman . . . West Monroe .lune Childress . . . Grayson Tassos Chronopoulos . . . Athens, Tomi Claridge . . . Charlotte, N. C. cr, 5 .4 J In . 4 Marie Clement . . . Monroe M. E. Cloessner . . . Jonesville -,,.y1 " Carl Cloessner . . . J onesville James Brooks . . . Monroe Gay Brown . . . Monroe James Brown . . . St. Joseph Martha Brown . . . Rayville Ronald Broussard . . . Lafayette Mary Claire Bruscato . . . Monroe George Buckner . . . Monroe Jan Busby . . . Chase ww 1 f fl Sophomores If I had studied only two hours more- Bettie Fryer . . . Kilbourne Kent Fuller . . . Delhi Dianne Garrett . . . Monroe Mary George . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. Bettie Gibbs . . . West Monroe Richard Gilbert . . . Monroe Shelby Gilley . . . Dunn Robert Gill . . . Fairbanks Margarete Freeland . . . Bastrop Phyllis Freeland . . . Bastrop Carolyn French . . . Crowville Janelle Frost . . . Calhoun James Gipson . . . St. Joseph Elliott Goldman . . . Shreveport Mitchell Goldman . p. . Monroe Jay Goldsmith . . . Monroe Martha Golson . . . West Monroe Charlotte Goodrum . . . West Monroe Thomas Grafton . . . Monroe Connie Green . . . Ferriday Clyde Greer . . . Rayville Carolyn Gremillion . . . Monroe Reggie Guice . . . West Monroe Thurman Hale . . . West Monroe landfia s we sity toe nssier Citi' i ' New Iberia . MonI00 tllroe JutChl0Wn Clayton Rayvilltt 1 Mon? . Dahl i iliawlan d Sophomores Ray Dulany . . . Baton Rouge Biddy Dupree . . . West Monroe Judith Edmonson . . . Forest Charlotte Edwards . . . Delhi Mig' 'W' t ,J4 ,Il v zz In '31-4 fn Robert Fava . . . Monroe Charles Feazel . . . West Monroe Sharon Flaherty . . . Sicily Island Patsy Fleming . . . Bastrop James Fletcher . . , West Monroe Don Flowers . . . Wisner Charles Fontenot . . . Ville Platte Gene Ford . . . Epps By the way, records? do you have any 'atwist 52 ' v K' ,. Marion Edwards . . . Monroe Larry Ellerman . . . Winnsboro Ann Ellison . . . El Dorado, Ark. William Erikson . . . Chicago, lll Bobbie Faye Ervin . . . West Monroe Arlan Evans . . . St. Joseph Bobbylea Evans Charles Evans . . . . Monroe Mer Rouge -ev" 'ff N91 'ff' 3 f-"' I 37 Quinon Ford . . . Jonesville 1 W 4 KJV Ray Foster . . . Monroe 7' ' ,QQ B Ellis Fowler . . . St. Joseph Hazel Franklin . . . Crowville s l Gary Jones . . . Jonesboro Nelson Jones . . . Bastrop Marvin Jordan . . . Heflin Constance Keller . . . Monroe Sonnye Howell . . . Oak Grove Joann Hughes . . . Monroe Carrie Humphries . . . Winnsboro Louie Irving . . . West Monroe Wynn Jefferson . . . Monroe Nancy Johnston . . . Rayville Ann Jones . . . Ferriday Douglas Jones . . . Forest Patricia Kelly . . . Monroe Bonita King . . . Marion William Kirby . . . J onesville Warren Lassiter . . . Monroe ,ya ,, .. Thomas Latham . . . Winnfield Lorraine Layton . . . Oak Grove David LeBleu . . . Jennings Jeanette Lewis . . . Tallulah Ny ffiffZ'tm r an 9, J X , f 5,0 ,M N-4, X yt QF' , 'tw 7 X s, r sw J sv? Jo Ann Lewis . . . Bastrop Jerry Lindsay . . . West Monroe Joy Link . . . Monroe Robert Louviere . . . Jennings Betsy McBride . . . Davant Martha McCabe . . . Oak Grove Glenda McCann . . . Pineville Georgia McCarroll . . . Jena William Haley . . . Monroe Tilmon Halloway . . . Shreveport Stephen Hamm . . . West Monroe Kathy Harbert . . . Shreveport Florence Hargon . . . Tallulah Frances Hargon . . . Tallulah Camilla Harmon . . . Monroe Jerry Harp . . . Mer Rouge Virginia Hendrix . . . Monroe Ronnie Henry . . . Port Allen Rickey Herrington . . . Bastrop Clyde High . . . Vivan Barbara Hines . . . Monroe Betty Hinton . . . Kelly Frances Hilton . . . Houma Mary Hixon . . . Monroe Patti Hixon . . . Urania Ann Hobgood . . . Monroe Burl Hollis . . . Bernice Burrell Horton . . . Monroe -. , t',"'N Bette Harris . . . West Monroe ,lack Harris . . . Kelly Ann-ellen Harter . . . Lexington, Ky. Raymond Hawkins . . . Miami, Okla Sylvia Hayden . . . West Monroe Kenneth Hebert . . . Jennings Alfred Hempen . . . Alexandria Billy Hendrix . . . Kilbourne i Of' 441 'M Lx. ' 1 w 1 ,, .em i Sophomores Miss Bettie Gibbs performs at the Miss Northeast pageant. Sandra Navarre . . . Baton Rouge Judy Neal . . . Monroe Eric Nelson . . . Hallock, Minn. Mike Nelson . . . Winnsboro Judith Netherland . . . West Monroe Sonny Newcomer . . . Delhi CasAnna Newman . . . Bastrop Virginia Nolan . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. Mary Mulhearn . . . Winnsboro Pete Mulhearn . Monroe Alice Mullins . . . Monroe James Mullis . . . Monroe James Ogles . . . Holly Ridge Nina Jo Osborn . . . Monroe George Owen . . . El Dorado, Ark. Annette Owens . . . Haile Jerry Pace . . . Monroe James Parker . . . Bastrop Judy Parker . . . Monroe Sandra Parker . . . Clarks Thomas Parker . . . Mer Rouge Yvonne Parker . . . Quitaque, Texas Mike Parkerson . . . Monroe Annie Parks . . . West Monroe Sophomores 1'0Ve nnsbol-0 JI1r0e A little more knee action, Jo Ann- Knee Action. l 25 Jerry McCarty . . . Columloia x e W. C. McCarty . . . Winnfield Ken McCay . . . Baton Rouge ""-W' t Betty McCoWan . . . Forest ,sf ff 1 Mike McCreacly . . . Monroe M Charles McDonald . I . Oakdale 'Qi' H ' if l Michael Marchese . . . New Orleans Frederick Martin . . . Boyle Winnfield Leon Martin . . . Bastrop Dali Gfove Kathryn Melancon . . . Shreveport l11ingS tllulall Claude Mercer . . . Mangham y Jerry Miles . . . Olla mop Dealia Miller . . . West Monroe leStM0nr06 Louise Moak . . . Monroe e Jennings Anita Moore . . . Monroe Davanf Emmitt Moore . . . Monroe M Oak Gfove Perry Morgan . . . Tallulah y PipeV1He Emma .lean Mott . . . Hebert . ww Dianne McGee . . . West Monroe J James McCough . . . Monroe Mary Ann McKee . . . Columbia l Marilyn McKinnie . . . Linville Cali McKoin .0 y N Jerry McVay . . . . Jones Crowville f'S Elaine Roy . . . St. Joseph Gerald Roy . . . Erath Sandra Roy . . . Erath Valda Rushing . . . Grayson Herschel Ryan . . . Monroe Charlotte Salley . . .. Monroe Elaine Sanson . . . Enterprise Leo Schillaci . . . Napoleonville Ronnie Sims .Q . . West Monroe Virginia Sinquefield . . . Tallulah Pat Slack . . . Jonesboro Sarah Sloan . . . Bastrop Carol Sloat . . . Bastrop Aurita Smith . . . Oak Grove Carolyn Smith . . . Monroe Chloe Smith . . . West Monroe Sharon Smith . . . West Monroe Mary Sontino . . . Winnshoro Harry Spann . . . Pioneer Sandra Stancil . . . Monroe John Schreibee, III . . . Ferriday David Schultz . . . St. Petersburg, Fla Julia Scott . . . Fairbanks Mary Sealy . . . Epps Richard Selio . . . Ferriday Sarah Shankman . . . West Monroe Frank Shaughnessy . . . Monroe Claude Simpson . . . Monroe Frank Pasqua . . . Plaquemine Wayne Patrick . . . Lake Providence Beverly Payne . . . Crowville Nicholas Perez . . . Delacroix Island Robert Perkins . . . West Monroe Wesley Perry . . . Perryville Linda Petrus . . . Bossier City Eugenia Pickett . . . Bastrop Melvin Rambin . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Emy Reeder . . . Monroe Juanita Reynolds . . . Bastrop Patricia Rhodes . . . Monroe Ronnie Richardson . . . West Monroe Betty Roberts . . . West Monroe Carolyn Roberts . . . Holly Ridge Irwin Roberts . . . Pollock WaYI1C Roberts . West Monroe Jeanne Rogillio . . . Monroe Joe Ross . . . West Monroe Harry Rountree . . . Oak Grove . Donald Walker . . . Oak Grove Ellen Walker . . . Monroe Eula Waller . . . Epps William Wallace . . . West Monroe Claudine Watson . . . Winnsboro George Watson . . . Baskin Sue Watts . . . Bastrop Myra Wayshak . . . Blytheville, Ark. Gerald Williams . . . Monroe Jimmy Williams . . . Farmerville Judy Willis . . . Ferriday Carolyn Wills . . . Monroe Lorene Wilson . . . Rayville R. F. Wilson . . . Monroe Mike Windham . . . Monroe Billy Windsor . . . Homer Charles Wise . . . Alexandria Don Wood . . . St. Joseph Veronica Worley . . . Monroe Pat York . . . Jonesville Williams Weems . . . Gretna L. M. Welch . . . Monroe Melvin Jean Whatley . . . Lake Providence Charles Whitworth . . . Bastrop Catherine Wigley . . . Monroe Carol Wilhite . . . West Monroe Jlilia Wilhite . . . West Monroe Davis Williams . . . Natchez, Miss r Feniday 'etersburg, Fla. lks iday Vest Monroe . Monroe onroe Sophomores Nell Standley . . . Monroe Mary Belle Steinhilper . . . Mangham Dorothy Stephenson . . . Monroe Nelda Stewart . . . West Monroe College is just always in line. as X f I l if ... nz. like Lhe army-you re r-X Carolyn Thomason . . . Mangham Glenn Thompson . . . Newellton Ray Thorn . . . Monroe Ken Thornhill . . . Wisner Joanne Thorton . . . Tallulah Rosalyn Thweatt . . . Natchez, Miss. Milton Toups . . . Kaplan Mickey Turner. . . . Bayville Carolyn Turnage . . . Bayville Sandra Vigg . . . Monroe Ronald Vincent . . . Maurice Bobbie Wade . . . Farmerville . X. X fast r" E Q R , 2:3 -.rl 3 '1"'f'7' 7" r ,X 4- A , V aaj 'ft til E 5 3- "" Q, Jr ig fm 'T A 'H 4 X 'T .ll I , Travis Stringer . . . Baton Rouge Clotine Strong . . . Oak Grove Billie Tarver . . . Monroe Velma Taylor . . . Girard Willamenta Temple . . . Rayville David Terry . . . Monroe Jane Thomas . . . West Monroe Jarvis Thomas . . . Lake Providence it-K' f 5 . i, 4' 'P--7 Y' of Adrian Arnaud . . . Jonesville Clyde Arnold . . . Newellton Sharon Ary . . . Rayne Thomas Atkins . . . Bastrop Thomas Averett . . . West Monroe Ernest Auger . . . Rita Bagwell . . . Albert Baker . . . Billie Ballard . . . Bennie Barnette . Farmerville Monroe Simms, Texas Monroe '. . Bastrop 'Q' 5 Freshmen Lee Roy Adams . . . Columbia Mariann Adams . . . Converse Dean Adkins . . . Farmerville Daisy Allder . . . Oak Grove L. R. Alford . . Farmerville Patricia Alford .. Winnsboro Calvin Allen . . . Delhi Emma Allen . . . Bastrop Shirley Allen . . . West Monroe Earl Anderson . . . Opelousas Ann Andrews . . . Monroe G. W. Antley . . . Sterlington Ted Antoon . . . Baton Rouge James Arbogast . . . Olla Rosemary Armstrong . . . West Monroe Nancy Bartleson . . . Monroe Jo Ann Battaglia . . . Monroe Nita Baucum . . . Delhi Margarete Baugh . . . West Monroe Ronnie Bayles . . . West Monroe Charles Beach . . . Shreveport Ann Beard . . . West Monroe .lerrie Beasley . . . Newellton Charlotte Bedenbaugh . . . Monroe Roxanne Becker . . . Baton Rouge Lillian Beebe . . . Monroe Jay Bellamy . . . Oak Ridge Donald Bennett . . . Tallulah Ann Bernard . . . Pioneer Vance Bevel . . . New Iberia .xy N , x 1 w-N ,QS "+. 'mf QQ .5 is J if C51 : , AJ Phil Carpenter . . . Bastrop Rex Carter . . . Monroe Phillip Carruth . . . Ponchatoula Grace Cascio . . . Monroe Herman Cassel . . . Delhi Ronnie Cathern . . . Bogalusa Judy Cathey . . . West Monroe Wanda Chandler . . . Oak Grove Lloyd Chapman . . . Lake Provid Rita Chapman . . . Wisner W' Z K , X 2 yljr . I ff X 9 6I'lCC mliigw. . W Anna Burgess . . . Bastrop James Burton . . . Oil City John Busceme . . . Baton Rouge Lorene Bushnell . . . Monroe Alice Butler . . . Monroe .James Caldwell . . . Bastrop Sammy Calhoun . . . Bastrop Bettye Campbell . . . Farmerville Maloyce Campbell . . . Monroe Lila Camp . . . West Monroe Rita Camp . . . West Monroe Mike Cannon . . . Newellton Willie Capers . . . Kilbourne Joyce Carpenter . . . Bastrop Lynda Carpenter . . . Bastrop Fred Cheeks . . . West Monroe E. L. Christian . . . Oakdale .John Ciriello . . . Waterbury, Conn Carolyn Clanton . . . Fort Necessity Bonnie Clark . . . West Monroe Doris Clark . . . Newellton Linda Clement . . . Farmerville E. D. Coates . . . Columbia Mary Cobb . . . Winnsboro Sue.Coleman . . . Eudora, Ark. Cratchel Collier . . . Winnsboro Freddie Colligan . . . Hackberry Sandy Collins . . . Jonesville Carolyn Coody . . . St. Joseph Wade Coody . . . St. Joseph H611 Unybia lleme Ville NYQ Ville lbhoro l0I1r0e Hia- N 3 t ton tuge West Monroe Anita Beyer . . . Kelly Lynn Bickel . . . Wavwatosa, Wis. Ann Bingham . . . Clayton Harry Black . . . Monroe Jay Blakeney . . . West Monroe Charles Blaylock . . . Monroe Don Bonial . . . Alexandria arl Book Jonesville C . . . Joe Boolos . . . Tallulah Shelby Boothe . . . Harrisonburg Ted Boothe . . . Winnsboro Kenneth Booth . . . Rayville Charlie Boudreaux . . . Jennings Bonnie Boughton . . . Rayville Sara Boughton . . . Bastrop 8 IC lIonr0C nroe 1 onr00 01139 I 2 E 'x .I MX' 'yt 73 A il Sl 'ff ' sift, 'K' Peggy Brooks . . . Monroe Richard Brooks . . . Calhoun Vernon Brooks . . . Monroe Bettye Broussard . . . Grayson Bebe Brown . . . Winnsboro Betty Brown . . . Monroe Judith Brown . . . Tallulah Peggy Brown . . . West Monroe Anne Bruce . . . Monroe Ronnie Brumley . . . Chatham Carol Bryan . . . Monroe Dianne Bryant . . . Bastrop C. A. Buckelew . . . Georgetown .lean Buffaloe . . . Oak Grove Monroe Buford . . . Baton Rouge ....qu , if he if 1,3 it .--Y 'C' 9 fx' 4' l 1? K 'D 'ff' .mf lf Y 1 A . ,uf auf 6cg K1 ' .f-.JX.,l' :I "T", if A og if t 5. -of I . ', X ...,pf -4' i A 9 Franklin Boyd . . . Monroe Rodney Boyd . . . Baton Rouge Burt Boyle . . . Winnshoro Shirley Braddock . .. Mer Rouge Arthur Bradley . .. Crowville Gail Bradley ... Winnsboro Barbara Brantley . .. Farmcrville Jerry Breitliaupt ... Jena Gary Brcland . .. Monroe Billy Brooks joncsvillc I' lx- f3,f."D Yp- 4:-5 v 2 K 1' S X ,oi 2 Alai of in , - t W Ab-,af t L I 75" 'VG' xggf y Q 27 : Alma Faulk Monroe Edwin Faulkner Trout Jane Fer uson Monroe Robert Flanagan Stonewall Keith Flowers Delhl Delores Fontana . . Monroe Robert Fontenot . . . Baker Dorothy Fortenberry . . . West Monroe Martha Foster . . . Monroe Richard Foster . . . Monroe Freshmen Samuel Duchesne . . . Newellton Jack Duggins . . . Monroe James Dunn . . . Rayville John Dunn . . . Baton Rouge Carole Durham . . . Delhi Virgina Earle . . . Tallulah Tommy Edmonson . . . Baton Rouge Harold Edwards . . . Mer Rouge Georgia Ellis . . . Harrisonburg Richard Ellis . . . Monroe Anne Emerson . . . Monroe Donald Englerth . .Q Pineville Richard Enmon . . . St. Bernard Evelyn Evans . . . Monroe Orville Evans . . . St. Joseph Carlyn Fotos . . . Shreveport William Francis . . . Rayville Kenneth Franklin . . .- Shreveport Marilynn Frantom . . . West Monroe Rose Freeland . . . Bastrop Ann French . . . Tallulah Claude Frey . . . Wisner Bill Frizell . . . Monroe Charlie Fullerton . . . Jonesboro Eldredge Fuqua . . . Columbia Odwina Fusilier . . . Rayville Ann Futch . . . Monroe Carolyn Futrell . . . Calhoun Billy Gammel . . . Crossett, Ark. Patsy Cammill . . . Rayville S'P ily I Urge J FDD 4 .I'0p A effille 011106 T09 roe on e OP rop Freshmen Larry Cook . . . El Dorado, Ark. Sue Corbin . . . Monroe Janet Corley . . . West Monroe Joyce Coulston . . . Monroe Fred Cox . . . Rayville Dale Crane . . . Newellton Sara Crawford . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. James Crawley . . . Columbia Jean Crawley . . . Monroe Vernis Crawley . . . Monroe Beverly Crenshaw . . . Monroe Sharon Crew . . . West Monroe Joel Crick . . . Crowville Robert Crittenden . . . Shreveport Gayle Crouch . . . Monterey PC Conn. :essilY me 05 owl I it 'L f I r gg , 4 -. 4 nl Thomas Davis . . . West Monroe Yvonne Davis . . . West Monroe Edgar Dawson . . . Jackson Lula Day . . . Downsville Roger Deal . . . Ruston Manuel Delbert . . . Elton Bobby De Louche . . . West Monroe Dale Derbonne . . . Lafayette Wayne DeSeamus . . . West Monroe Bob Dixon . . . Alexandria Teddy Dixon . . . Monroe Laron Donaldson . . .West Monroe Juanita Downey . . . West Monroe Robert Dozier . . . Delhi Wendell Drost . . . Sulphur . L Il:'Af I . 'K' ,- 4' 'Uv 'WET' vg--'ef -J in 'tm . 4 Dwain Crow . .. Tallulah .,: -N Robert Crowe . .. Eros 1 nh Rodney Cruse . . . Ferriday N f, Walter Culp West Monroe ' Phyllis Cullum . .. Newelllon Colon Curtis . 5- Shirley Curry . . . Oak Grove Monroe James Daniel . Wt'st Monroe fb Ronald Davies . . . Monroe Carolyn Davis . .. lfcrriday 'US Ce l +G. 'CT' : . ' ' .--istf ti Q ,f , 4 1 7" . .Q-s X' xii 5 l ,mmf fgre- My W www X XX ax W2 1 r X ,, 4. btw' Tom Heath . . . Rayville Janet Hebert . . . Bastrop Lester Hebert . . . Plaquemine Jerry Hendry . . . Newellton Jeanette Herrington . . . Bastrop Kenneth Hickey . . . Monroe Carrol Hicks . . . Farmerville .ludy Hicks . . . West Monroe Carolyn Hill . . .Delta .loe Hinkie . . . Pine Bluff Ark Barbara Hanna . . . Hornsby, Tenn. Mary Hanson . . . Monroe Sammy Hargrove . . . West Monroe Eleanor Harmon . . . Monroe Irma Harper . . . Collinston Beverly Harrelson . . . West Monroe Harold Harris . . . Heflin, Ala. Kay Harris . . . West Monroe Carolyn Hart . .. Monroe Dixie Harvey . . . Tallulah Margo Harvey . . . Tallulah Wayne Jones . . . Baskin Patty Hays . . . Farmerville Diane Heard . . . West Monroe Ginger Heard . . . Bastrop .,4 .Q-., 6 2? sw sqm 1, 5-H s g, 1,r, , , x NA X X 1 is v X ' X N , lixx YQ QKX xx fr A 2?-1 'Wu is NA Charles Hinton . . . West Monroe Hazel Hoben . . . Rayville Elbert Hodge . . . Columbia .lackie Hodgson . . . Newellton Billy Hodnett . . . Bosco Mary Holley . . . Pioneer Janis Holloway . . . Sterlington Robert Holloway . . . Rayville Edward Holt . . . Bastrop June Holtzclaw . . . Sterlington Pat Hooks . . . Monroe Wfayne Hopkins . . . Tallulah Marsha Hornbeak . . . Bastrop Burl Huffman . . . Holly Ridge Martha Huffman . .. Tullos ills ell NQHIOI1 Ugg h ton Rouge Rouge bllfg ille rnard h Sharon Garland . . . Downsville William Garrett . . . El Dorado, Ark. Robert Garris . . . Spearsville Charles Gaston . . . West Monroe Virginia Gates . . . West Monroe ,lo Genusa . . . Monroe Helene George . . . St. Joseph Margaret Gilbert . . . Bastrop James Gillen . . . Shreveport Barbara Gilliland . . . Monroe Gail Gilliland . . . Lake Charles Ann Glass . . . Monroe Gary Godair . . . De Ridder Carolyn Gooch . . . Monroe Emmilee Gordon . . . Ferriday 3011 Ionroe ia-,I William Gresham . . . Rayville .loan Griffin . . , Monroe Vance Griffis . . . Bastrop Jerry Grubbs . . . Monroe Sandra Gryder . . . Rayville Richard Guin . . . West Monroe .lane Gunn . . . Tallulah Janice Gwinn . . . Jena Glenn Haddox . . . Columbia Thurmon Hale . . . West Monroe James Hall . . . Newellton .lan Hallmark . . . Monroe Marshall Halloway . . . Bogalusa Doyle Hammons . . . Rayville Carolyn Hammons . . . Delhi sani- v 95 f W N N be I? 1 4-.1 ' N 5,2 A 45.-Q -Aw'-4 x x'N -f' if ' .C i' ff, . Q E4 ls. lf", 1' i Xie? . to Yr'- ,lean Graham . . . Crowville Gerald Graves Monroe Annette Graves . . . Monroe Maurine Gray . .. Shreveport Patsy Greene . . . Crowville fx , C' ,-fs .Je rw- L-1 QCQQE BQ-CQO v:"5'1'.:."' CJ 505 H9355 422:06 02:50 Q -1 '1-032 -:aan 2,112.0 F5-I: :afgfs o-- .., -::CD- Ee-1-15 O oo Q me cu 6 'Qui ui-. 8-n 0-4, I 3' R Ea-l Wy v-f' ,N V David McCarty . . . Jones Joe McClain . . . Newellton David McClung . . . West Monroe Myra McComb . . . Bastrop Mike McCormick . . . Baton Rouge Barbara McCoy . . . Monroe Larry McDonald . . . Rayville Richard McDuff ., . Winnsboro Elizabeth McEnery . . . Oak Ridge Kitty McGehee . . . Monroe 'I sS,:fr:- ' . , -' , ft sf .X .... , 0? M! ' ' ,H slag "-:4....', WW 'si5i5- , '1?5.'-i?1'-:- 5 V f 2 7 f f Wie iii Freshmen Willard Lee . . . Haile Dinah Lewis . . . Lake Providence Ann Lewis . . . Monroe Linda Lightsey . . . Kilbourne Delores Lindsey . . . West Monroe Roy Little . . . Monroe Bloice Loftin . . . Holly Ridge Jeanne Loftin . . . Bastrop Jane Loker . . . Monroe Walter LaSuzzo . . . Monroe Otto Louviere . . . Lake Charles Richard Lowery . . . Haile Gene Lueg . . . West Monroe Chip Lyman . . . Baton Rouge Ida McCabe . . . Jones R4 Evelyn McCowen . . . Monroe Darryl McGuffee . . . Enterprise Carroll McHenry . . . Central Otis McKee . . . Columbia Rita McKnight . . . Monroe Arthur McMeans . . . Bastrop Melanie McNatt . . . Collingston David McNeill . . . Chicago, Ill. Bonnie McPherson . . . Epps Julia McVay . . . Monroe .loan Machen . . . Lake Providence Keith Mardis . . . Bastrop Raymond Mariche . . . Forest Freddy Marks . . . Ferriday Naomi Marlatt . . . Bastrop ii r Tenn. ! Mllllroe 06 I M0Hroe Ia. e IOC Freshmen Linda Humphries . . . Monroe Harold Ikerd . . . Tallulah Sue Jackson . . . Manifest Sarah J arrell . . . Monroe Doyline Jiles . . . St. Joseph Jo Johns . . . West Monroe Billie Johnson . . . Delhi Jack Johnson . . . Leonville Lionel Johnson . . . Pleasant Hill Julian Johnston . . . Sikes Donald Jones . . . Mangham Myra Jones . . . Gilbert Marie Jones . . . Sterlington Glenda Jordan . . . West Monroe Ann Kelly . . . Delhi 08 J fail. in -an '53 x - ur 4 A 1. ,x ,S V ...r-.. . I i ii ,f ,f A f"'-:n il fs I I 3 , - i 5 eat Terry Knight . . . Bastrop Martha Knotts . . . Sicily Island Dan Knox . . . Sterlington Sophia Kokinos . . . Athens, Greece Elaine Lacaze . . . Cullen Diane LaGrange . . . Monroe William Laing . . . Mer Rouge Helen Lambert . . . West Monroe Jerry Lawrence . . . Baskin Paula Lawrence . . . Shreveport Ruth Lawrence . . . Bastrop Mike Lazenby . . . Bernice Eileen LeBlanc . . . West Monroe Jettie Lee . . . Monroe John Lee . . . West Monroe A 'TT' 8 gt- I, I 11335 .ai-X vs- , U- Glenda Kelly ... Jonesville Joe Kelly . . . West Monroe John Kelly . . . Rockville, Md. Robert Kemp . . . West Monroe Nathan Odell Kifer . . . Newellton Clayton King . . . Monroe John Kirchgcsner . .. Bcrgenfield, N. J. Vera Kirkham . . . Ruston Barbara Kirkpatrick . .. St. Joseph Arthur Knight ... Monroe fx Q TT' v-' E o r fs X M. r s 4 s:11,,.,'v'g5fQ .mm 7 ,aa-,W ,F 2 5 f, f X X S if A 2, 4 S fix fry . f :riff Martha Parks . . . Tallulah Sue Parkerson . . . Comanche, Okla. James Parrish . . . Girard James Patrick . . . West Monroe Mary Patrick . . . Delhi Hazel Payne . . . Crowville Rebecca Pearson . . . Transylvania Henry Peck . . . Sicily Island Woody Pence . . . Baton Rouge Robbie Pennington . . . Oak Grove 'Q' 5, is.:- V A , 5 . 7"'W'X f x i s fi! 14, mw gf' Q I . Qlfxiliifilf' - ff . s.. S11 , .f Freshmen Donald Olivier . . . Gramercy Nancy O'Quinn Holly Ridge R. J. Orgeron . . . Port Allen Josef Oszuscik . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Shyral Oubre . . . Oakdale Jerald Owens . . Grady Pace . . . . Haile Wichita, Kan. Adelia Pagan . . . Bastrop Anne Pankey . . . Monroe Judi Pankey . . . West Monroe Sara Papa . . . Shreveport Kenyon Pardue . . . Marion Carol Parker . . . Mer Rouge Donald Parker . . . West Monroe Thomas Parker . . . Clarks N- 'Hfaw-H... 'We 1- we Howard Pepper . . . Sikes Elvina Perez . . . St. Bernard Johnny Perkins . . . Sarepta .limmy Peters . . . Monroe Linda Peters . . . Monroe Edward Pettis . Darline Phillips Linda Phillips La.lune Pickel William Pippin . . West Monroe Farmerville Winnsboro Farmerville Tallulah June Platt Swartz .lack Pogue Monroe Tommy Powell Shiesepoit lohn D Posey O 1 John Posey O 1 Q X i :Wx -' - , 'M' , . . e lla J ,i,:, y iiviz.. - 111 ell Urn MOU!-oe t' ence Sam Marsala . . . Monroe Carmen Martinez . . . Falfurrias, Texas Loraine Martinez . . . Baton Rouge Alice Martin . . . Monroe David Martin . . . West Monroe dire I 8 I arlet 6 UE D Q Donna Martin . . Monroe Sidney Martin . . Manifest Gary Matheny . . Jones James Mathew s . . . Dodson Elizabeth Mayes . . . Shreveport Linda May . . . Monroe Mary May . . . Chatham John Mays . . . Monroe Ladonna Medley . . . Vidalia Sue Medlin . . . Marion Carl Moore . . . V1 3, fam! 5-ar 'mayb o I :Nik I oat. ..,- us I5 A. I 17- 15 1 , -,-...A ' Y M J g I I , X 5 4 Q N., lg "'L"f.m Q Y. v wiggfi. ll- A ' xl West Monroe Aaron Brown Morris III . . . Kentwood .lohn Morris . Columbia Terry Morris . . Delhi Donna Myers . . . Delhi Jimmy Myers . . . Pioneer Cathy Neese I . . Baton Rouge Betty Newton . . . Delhi Bobbie Nick . . . Monroe .lack Nolan . .. Oak Ridge Joy Nolen . . . Monroe Sue Norris . . . West Monroe Beatrice Nugent . . . Rayne George Oden . . . Bastrop Winston Odom . . . Monroe gg. -o-4 3 V Kathryn Meredith . .. Start J. D. Middlebrooks Bastrop Millie Middleton . . . Rayville Janey Miller . .. Bastrop Rita Miller ... West Monroe Rosa Miller ... Grayson Royce Miller . .. Collingston Lundy Mizell . .. Lake Charles Harry Mock . .. Baskin Earl Montgomery . .. Springhill as g, N 'rs A . ', - ,,f?."xg I WW! Nr' R ,2 f NLFJ' ,vp fx' yd ' t Q? AY bfi i - f 3? I I9I Barbara Sharp . . . West Monroe John Shaughnessy . . . Monroe Mickey Shaughnessy . . . Monroe Charlotte Shaver . . . West Monroe Aubrey Spence . . . Springhill Glen Spence . . . Alexandria Frank Sheppard . . . Enterprise Gerrie Simms . . . Epps Augusta Simon . . .- Winnsboro Sue Sims . . . Bastrop Wx ,W ..:: ' ,ff X ' gf X f gf f f Q ztxuflfzj - fm Donald Ross . . . Wisner Wilds Ross . . . Monroe Judy Roth . . . West Monroe Gerald Ruple . . . Crowville Thomas Rushing . . . Tallulah Emily Russell . . . Olla Jimmy Russell . . . West Monroe Yvonne Russell . . . Monroe Joan Sanders . . . Shreveport Gail Sawyer . . . Oak Grove Jeffrey Sayles . . . Monroe Anita Sehon . . . Monroe Don Senn . . . Rayville Jerry Seymour . . . Bastrop Ronald Sharbono . . . Mangharn Carolyn Sistrunk . . . Bastrop Carol Slakter . . . Monroe Gay Sledge . . . Vidalia Herbert Slusher . . . Monroe Brenda Smigura . . . Deville .loann Smitherman . . . Ferriday Barbara Smith . . . Farmerville Bertha Smith . . . Downsville Lynn Smith . . . Newellton Nancy Smith . . . West Monroe Suzie Smith . .. Sicily Island Charles Snapp . . . Monroe .lerry Soignier . . . Houma James Stampley . . . Lake Providence Powell Stanfill . . . Bastrop ell 15191-N. I R1 U dilemllle' Fla. 3' Kan. .Op 06 MGIIIOQ JI! rion ouge I MOI1I0g rlzs N Qi c Chris Posey . . . Shreveport John Price I. . Dalton, Ohio Leon Price . .. Monroe John Prince . . . Shreveport Keith Prince . . . Monroe Sylvia Pritcher . . . Monroe Glenda Puckett . . . Hebert Patsy Punchard . . . Bastrop Linda Pylant . . . Winnsboro Edward Quimby . . . Rayville Murray Rabalais . . . Arnaudville Richard Raborn . . . Farmerville William Rains . . . Mer Rouge Edwin Raitano . . . Brownsville, Penn. Judith Reagan . . . Monroe trd F3 7nr0C rvilll? r1'0 ille h tl -33 Elsie Roark . . . Grayson .lacquelin Roberts . . . Collinston Marion Roberts . . . Baton Rouge Betty Roberson . . . Monroe Sharon Robertson . . . Mangham Hugh Robinson . . . Start Jim Robinson . . . Shreveport .lohn Robinson . . . Grayson Ronnie Robbins . . . Monroe Benjamin Rogers . . . Minden Betty Rogers . . . Chatham Carolyn Rogers . . . Bastrop Helen Rogers . . . New Orleans Nickie Rogers . . . West Monroe Sandra Rogers . . . West Monroe 'R' , 9 . si., ,H ff . . A nie ,fi -1' 51. "f'. I' 1 fx. pw x vv- Tfv J RQ?-3 'W t. . sw. "4 iv-'aa IU' rf? i E 4. V' 'ST' 1 G. 1 Toni Reed . . . Tallulah Frank Reese . .. Baskin Charlie Reeves . . . Marion Billie Reynolds . . . Jones Betty Rice . .. Clenmora Cecelia Richardson . .. New Bettye Rider . .. Bastrop Paul Riggs . . . Fcrriday Thomas Ritter . . . Monroe John Roach Stcrlington gs. 1 gr' Albany, Miss. 4-in X J 5 J , QQKYQS: 5 R ' Q sign ' V ,M 1 ,sh James Weber . . .Opelousas Lamar Weber . . . Bastrop Anne Weed . . . Hebert Ronald Weir . . . Monroe Alton Welch . . . Pioneer Jean Weldon . . . Baton Rou Joe Wells . . . Sicily Island Sherry Wells . Bastrop Mary Wendorf . . . Pineville James West . . . Monroe Freshmen Michael Vaughan . . . Collinston Wayne Verrett . . . Monroe Larry Wade . . . West Monroe Nell Waits . . . Pioneer Glen Walker . . . Monroe Gary Walsworth . . . Jonesboro Jo Ward . . . Marion Ted Ware . . . Haynesville Jerry Warner . . . Wisner Belinda Warren . . . Calhoun Carolyn Watts . . . Columbia Duane Watson . . . Shreveport Robin Watson . . . West Monroe Daryl Webb . . . Zwolle Julia Webb . . . Tallulah any ' Bethal White . . . Bastrop Richard White . . . Ringgold William White . . . Dodson Willie White . . . West Monroe Carolyn Whitehead . . . Bonita Richard Whitehead . . . Monroe Kathy Whitfield . . . Falls Church, Va Betty Whittington . . . Monroe Billy Whittington . . . Wisner Sue Wiggins . . . Monroe Otis Wiley . . . Mayna Wanda Wilkins . . . Monroe Palmer Willett . . . Tallulah Billy Williams . . . Winnsboro Douglas Williams . . . Delhi .SQ ff 3 1' l0I1r0e wills illulah t M011r0e Ilroe fP0rt fbve 8 P sham Freshmen Doug Stedman . . . Monroe A. W. Steed . . . Shreveport Vernon Stephenson . . . Baskin Ronald Stephens . . . Monroe Claudia Stewart . . . Jonesboro Louis Stone . . . West Monroe Bertram Stone . . . Baton Rouge Bobby Stuckey . . . Rayville Beverly Sumrall . . . Lake Providence Betty Swink . . . West Monroe Linda Tannehill . . . Urania Leroy Tarver . . . Ferriday Charles Taylor . . . Downsville James Taylor . . . Monroe John Taylor . . . Waco, Texas we--, .' -5 3 af' I ,IH .- , 12" nal, Lou Templeton ... Rayulle Shirley Tewell . . . Monroe lelda Thames . .. Columbia P lay e enve -S 'Q' 'ZF 1-sa K Xp og, -.-r 6 r 'J x Doyle Tolbird . . . West Monroe Cherry Tousinau . . . Monroe Michael Tradewell . . . Tullos Arceille Trout . . . Shreveport Judy Tucker . . . Dunbar, W. Va. Richard Tullos . . . Jena Judith Turnage . . . Monroe Willard Turnage . . . Monroe Donald Tumer . . . Bastrop Wm. Turner . . . Columbia Alvin Upton . . . Delhi Ulmer Fermon . . . Waterproof Larry Van Zile . . . West Monroe Susan Vardner . . . Little Rock, Ark. Beth Varnell . . . Winnfield ins Martha Thomas . .. Winnsboro Robert Thomason . . . Clinton, Tenn Betty Thompson . . . Winnsboro Bill Thompson . . . Perryville Glenda Thompson . .. Monroe L. J. Thompson ... Vidalia Shirley Thornton . . . Delhi If Lf 'F Jie ar qu. fig 442 JJ - " "'7""" """""'r""""-'1 ' . . Y . . i .. if--5:11 r11s!:' 'r--f-1-5't-:t',c1zt':Qr'Q1-ff ' ' """"""""""" Here and There With C asses Talents meet as classroom techniques are put into practice for filming g'Thief on the Crossf' L.. A-.. ,iiin Registration causes mixed emotions in both students and faculty. if K.- x :L l Military activities take cadets to Shreve- Guest instructor lectures to a class in business administration. port to dem- onstrate skills. W' S ? ' 1 GWITE Mu Pi climaxes year's art work with special exhibit. I98 H0n1e economics majors greet seniors ut lou in their honor. ,i ell QOH' N uflmlnilull NIU ' flri .r lf true linesboro ville HCI' .illmun lmbia ?YGport I Monmg L n,, ' if wld 1 al1l'0C tnita ,moe Zhufchy Va' I 08 BI F0 Glenn Williams . . . Monroe Jimmie Williams . , . Monroe Sheila Williams . . . New Iberia Thomas Williams-Olla Curtis Wilson , . . Urania Virginia Wilson . .. West Monroe Linda Wiltshire . .. Winnsboro Robert Wing ... Monroe Phyllis Winters . . . Columbia Carolyn Wollerson . . . West Monroe Annette Womack . . . Fort Necessity Elizabeth Wood . . . Natchez, Miss. Melany Wood . . . Monroe Paul Wood . . . Natchitoches Bonnie Wright . . . Harrisonburg .11 arm. K ' 'wi ""' '- 3 43 ' 1 S " 1 .Rf im! mf A--x . .2 af' S vs " Q Q- x 79' 'us Q, A " if-Y in ssl' Cl? Gregory Yarbrough . . . Virginia Zeigler ... Benton Delhi 'C' i, Yes sir! One ash tray coming up. 5, -- J, ' N ,1' i Dicln't our guirlanr ex. I. ng' f l f - V 1 -...-f . i 4 -1 7' . 1 C .4 gf ' . , A A 711 fr V- Mig' J i 'rl f A , ly . x I ' f . ' .' . l 1 1' . I : . l ' - 41" -' ix - 'gi . , Q . JL. . i A- 3 ' .-e NJ- ,pu 1 - '1 -C:-ii?" . '-1 f3"?'-'. M '.. ' Viflf r- counselor say college would broaden our vision? Carol Baker Charlotte Bedenbau Carole Bryan Merilyn Burson Alice Butler Ann Chapman Carole Durham Oclwina Fusilier Dianne Garrett Bettie Gibbs Kathy Harbert Ann-ellen Harter Diane Heard, Linda Humphries Sarah Jordan Patricia Kelly Diane LaGrange Paula Lawrence Lee Ann Lewis Elizabeth McEnery Norma Magee Dealia Miller Sue Norris Sue Parkerson Julia Reagan Jean Rogillio Bettye Screpetis Carol Shipp Carol Slakter Carol Wilhite 200 'ix l Ri kjg Kel ar lambda' I I Af i 1 " I, N. y' it 1. t if sh 1' if . X Pine Social Greek Sharon Ary Nancy Blake Joyce Brodie Jeanette Brooks Diane Bruno Diane Bryant Linda Clark Mary Coon Gay Demmary Billie Dixon Teddy Dixon Penny Dollar Lynda Eby Bobbie Ervin Alma Faulk Marcia Files Pat Ford Connie Green ,lan Hallmark Camilla Harmon Eleanor Harmon Hazel Hohen Ylfarsha Hornbeak janet Hyman Betty Inabnett Sandra Johnson Constance Keller Ann Landry Julia LeBlanc Jeanne Loftin .lane Loker Betsy McBride Glenda McCann Rita McKnight Celia Mantrozos Judy Neal Linda Rogers Mary Beth Rogers Sandra Simpson Diana Smith Sandra Stancil Dorothy Stephenson Jo Mary Tettleton Ann Walker Ellen Walker Mary Wendorf Millie Wendorf Coralie White I ,,,,,,, ,X we ,, ' in ff'-'X iilgfwvi M, 'N fx X UN ..,w.-sy. Murff White Judy Willis Melany Wood Brenda Younse f I y M f Q X , X 4 ,, ggi, + 9 - Q, X Z f 1 if ,os 1 X 7 ' way, J Q' X S 6 , -rf' v 'rv f a ' 6 9 ...W f X X in W 5 5 f X x M' i f ff' ff .- vim .sl ,NSY .,, X xx xx X ' if X Is it e X :Ag Q N X .Q ,. N -x X xi x 'L sw at f l mu 4 f 3 'Yea f eff K f 4 Fr, 2 4 ,,.,, V ' ,Y 61. X., 'Z' s X Jr f W Z! 49 ,aw psyr I KU' 'Q' -vjyr wa rw. s 'if' s Bs as 'KS ,253 'N ,f '31 'sf lk, , Officeli lf .E 1 X vs Pl Q? f.:. 3 A 2 N Q gm, XX X X, x X S X XX X ss . C '. 1 hnilmai 0 children Rickie Kepner chats with Ann-ellen Harter and Connie Greene at Lambda'Tau's Hawaiian rush party. -a Photographer snapped this just prior to girls' departure for annual house party. ,.,-v ,X t I 1-'1 AOPi sisters and dates enjoy intermission at spring formal. 'X 'Y ' .,-' . ,,, 'N xsj E S., V 4 it Q' ,N Pledges look over Lambda Tau accomplishments. f -X fs. ,1 ,,...- Vnxff V.- 1-'S' Judy Reagan and Jerry Godwin are on their way to annual Christmas dance. Actives and alumns enjoy frequent get-togethers. Diane Heard, Bettye Screpetis, ,lean Magee and Sandra Gryder go native for rush party. Alpha micron AOPi's remember: -Far Away Places Miss Cltacahoula TEKE Darling -TEKE Sweetheart Scholarstically speaking, . . . -Springtime formal -Our alumns 1 i i I i k e S i -Mister Pi I -Noontime jam session A -House party antics A girl and her cee-gar- -Homecoming V -A year, full and past, but not forgotten is le 'i F zidiggsii. ' 2 5. n 'D ng' " vii: I Q! is food v 'Qogmu r 20l Richard Alwood Jim Beard Gene Briley Charles Boudreaux Drury Bynum James Caldwell Phil Carpenter Henry Chriceol Guy Coates Joe DiMaggio Frank Donald Jack Duggins Bennie Farrar J. L. Furlow John James Leon Johnson Tom King John Lauve Richard Laws Jo-hn Leist Chip Lyman Ken McCay Mike McCready J. P. Mosley Sam Nolen Jimmy Peters Ira Phillips Bill Pippin Claude Pratt Melvin Rambin Ken Renwick Richard Ritter Tommy Ritter Jon Rivkin Ronnie Robbins David Shultz 3 b S . 1 , Q ff ' , 3 j . 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Phi Mu Phi Mu's remember -IMI room open '? -That beautiful drape -Houseparty fun -April T. 1962 -Pink glitter --Scotch jugs -Boxes of sand -Dream. Kentucky Babe -China flying at ilu: l Rendezvous -Coke bottle belles I -6 to 9 p.m. Vi ednesday night 203 David Barker Tassos Chronopoulos Tom Claridge Clyde Elliot Robert Fava Robert Flanagan William Foster Shelby Gilley Lanny Johnson Willie Kirivantana Glynne Lightsey Gary Jones James McGough Evans Mclntyre Jerry McVay Danny Miller Virgil Nix Edwin Raltano B R Tatum Dou las Williams ... ff? W Cerald Williams Glenn Williams Paul Wood 2 va 'kfvw r' 1 l InC0mln5thpZ Tatufll W1 lx Miss Som I sented 3 bbw 7, 'iff' 1 l, 1 ' ' - . if 2 Ni' Y -sf-er l K, 1- 110' . S s A . 16 fi l 'C ' Qf,g,,,: ' ,... 1-7s"i 1" 'l , .-g -...t 1' ' '- . l is , Q l T , lu- - rt A, I ,Af -vi. , S. P5 S 12.1 f .1 f Who cut the rope that held the fort together? i 'A' J, gf' 1 la Diane Bruno, '61 Rose, presents the new Rose, Sharon Ary, the traditional roses. Three KA's and their ladies, Dale Derbonne, Sharon Ary, and Billie Reynolds, p - depart for the first Old South party. resident, .loe Thompson, speaks to fall rushees on Fraternity Life. . ,lull Gay' Demmary serves Mr. and Mrs. James Parkerson at faculty . 'T f QU: . fu- lx Look Lid either hare fr tax out of chemi trw Kappa Alpha Kfs recall: -Dream ofa house -Sugar Boy -A stolen cannon -Dancing with the lights on -Christmas packages -A new Rose -State Fair game -The Christmas party -Homecoming Dance -Another Ole' South sg . '- ffl- 4- 4' '52-hs, R I Aux. A 4 . 0 V " ,'. I 1- A . 4' J '1'A7 Vance Bevel Charles Cagle Larry Cook Ronald Davies Marion Edwards William Erikson Belvin Fontenot Ronnie Henry Jarrett Ketchum David McNeill Peter Mangum Edwin Mulhearn Ron Nader Bruce Parks Ronald Sanford Robert Shelby Carl Smlth Aubrey Spence A W Steed Edwln Stockton " ' we 14 A at W X i 9 1 129 an V SZ ,1 ,,r f' X 1 Z f I X X X XQSW 71 Q , 1 X I 11 W XA M 1 X 4 X f 4 1 1 W 1 ff 5 fy, 1 1 W fa. 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Sigma Tau Gamma We recall: -An all-Greek president -Who has the cannon? -Dr. McKneely -Trip to Florida -Siren and football -Pledge class -A few K.A.'s at a dance -Member to Annapolis -Christmas dance -From 5-25 -White Rose Ball -Four-semester trophy 'Ulf Q Fr' , f JY O .'-.6 . , .gs xv -. : ,J .ffs 4 207 rganizati Fist nn: Danserw lack E. f ii f I ' eg if slag fx! f ' 3: a , . Y-X ia, 3.33 H, ' 2,2 Q, fa., Ls !E ? ri! ! ! ! 5 2 I I -5 ci. i : f . e A l db Y --36 Wonder what the joke was? Now, if we just had some music! Tau Kappa Epsilon TKE's remember -Fireflies -Lake Bistineau -Red Carnation Ball 5, 5 X A l, l Decisions! Decisions! Decisions! pf President Jarrett Ketchum receives award from Dr. Stockton. Grin and hear it! 1962 TKE sweetheart, Norma .lean Magee, is crowned by former sweetheart, Theresa Danna. 41 X '-1 T i La. -Mardi Gras Ball -The tractor -lst place float? -Songfest -The hayride -Many weekend parties -Intramural trophies i E X k ,, . ff I 1 .4 b , z 209 Rodney Langlinais Rob Roy Lanier Errol Lasseigne Perry Lelieux John Letarcl Clarence McClung John Schexnaidre Francis Schexnayder Thomas Smith Tim Vicknair James Wingerter Willard Wyatt 212 Richard Aycock Joe Baughman Kenneth Bonneau Charles Boudreaux Lynn Bourgeois Whitney Broussard Charles Dansereau Otis Derhonne Archie Dowdle Jerry Dugas Anderson Dupre Gaston Faucheux Bernel Fontenot Brownie Coodreau John Goorley Warren Greer Blair Harden Hugh Huxen Kirl Ben Juneau Clifford LaFrance Nick Maggio Larry Maxwell Thomas Perkins Robert Peterson Blake Pitre 1, Hrfhg, ,f .fa 'ha 1 Af-.5 A Hy, - arf Q, ,.f, ,- .3- - 2+ 4 'rf , is 0 -. at 1. LY' 'rn 'v r , . HX T 17' bl 0 as . .. iw S if i N 1 'BJ his i i Y' X ff . 1 5 '3 5547, - 7 ..,-,E Q . iii if 3,35 4 'MQ r r "'ll 1 l H ZH' .551 4..- 2 'I-?" if 'Q-A ,g ? rl .1 -J fr of 5 V1 2 I I American Pharmaceutical Association , . E 2 1 i i ? 1 r, ,aa ,a,, . , 5 I 2 ? is C' gs , 1 , ,f First row: Archie Dowdlo, Rob Roy Lanier, Carolyn Oubre, Berncll Fontcnot, Logan Lx,-inicrc, Richard Aycock. .Second row: Nickic Maggio, Charlw Danscrcau, Arlinc Hall, Randall Breaux, Bruce Parks, William C. Yarbrough, Ben Juneau. Third rozv: Tom llryan, Warren Crm-r, William I., l,1lll11f'I'. Jack E. Morgan, Jerry C. Clifton, Elgin McFadden, Harry McGee, Richard E. Johnson, Waync Browning. E I L 1 grass , . Q 5:53, 'S . ff, 4 , 515 rl? ,.,,. 1 ,. ,J . f. -5 'A 3. ny, ii Q , mmvaz is .fr 5 MJ" ' 1 uf' x cx .Q 1' 1: - if 9 'E .pnyf F' t r- . ,Q f 'PH -L'-ll 5 SI'1.g'f1. , . cis roitl. Dr. Joscph Ke1n,Earle'.Allcn1an, Charlt- Malloy Eg! Brings, Thin, mu,-, Jmvl rr',n:,.,,,.,.. Thnmaz pcrkinzw Blake pure, Jarrett 1 ,fx rf... 1'-1 5 dint rf in or r , il ze fd! LIT. lomrnv Xlnrplrv. .Sfconfl rozu Thomas Smith, Donald fllcflchcc, 1 y DCI elm, Eunice Ritchie, Daxid 3.lCClLlIlQ', lxcnncth Bonne , P IWCIIHH1, Wayne Wyatt. Carl Napoli. Jamesv Block, .lcrornc Rlocllffr. 2I I Dr. Dale H. Cronk John R. Currey Dr. August C. Danti Ronald Donaldson Lewis Gilbert William L. Grace, III Ribhi Hallak Dr. Robert L. Holt Dr. Joseph Kern William Krieger Paul Lasseigne Robby LeBlanc Elgin McFadden Dr. Frank W. Martin Jerome Moeller Donald Moody Carl J. Napoli Nicholas Perez Frank Salario Doug Sharpe William Stroud Truman Potts Louis Vallee Ronald Vincent Dean Ralph Wilson Earl J. Alleman Richard Autin Lane Ballard Marshall Barbe John Belaire Russell Belaire Donald Boullion Ronald Broussard fw":"Y ldwud Q Ji IE Ruse Mm NJ Joyce Brodie Arline Hall 'R 'Q ' A 'i-51 I a X Gail Clarkston fQ f Julia LeBlanc Kappa Epsilon kV,, t .5 4-' , 'q 2-41'-,fr J ,"Yn QU5 or a 7 rg, Theresa Danna Shirley Cary 7 Carolyn Oulmre Nancy Rand Eunice llilcllic Rho Chi M x gunard Paul Lasseigne Richard Autin Lime American Chemical Society EQ! l i 4 Clyde High James McGough Jerry Miller Charles Thornhill James Townsend Glenn Wyatt tudent Nurses Association vl W wa N. ri . ,S l'i S ii TY, ,C 3 ' V ' K 2 K-if fi in N? :E ' fi? im .C 'V' X N, k, W 7 71 2l6 if , J Q Q ggw f 9 X A M I as Q Q a H 'i' 1 U . xx 6 , Y i X S 'qu-1 Joann Barber Ginger Beard Lynn Bickel Lessie Boyett Jan Busby TL envy 1, ,I . if SV A 'f it " fb Rv Qs? .5 Q, Xgf i aw .W nr:,.f,.,i-a .. :lap B 'Sk X Claude Epperson Gloria Folds J. L. F urlow Mary George Tommy Graves Cloy Lea Byrd Sylvia Cosby Billie Dixon Bobbie Ervin Carolyn French Toma Gross Mary Claire Hanson Mellie Middleton Donna Myers Virginia Sinquefield Sarah Sloan Catherine Wigley Edward S. Harper Thomas Johnson Willie Kirivatana Rose Mary White Thomas Burton E. D. Coates John Colligan Phil Corder Steve Daigle Nelda Thames David Vail Jerry Warner Carolyn Whitehead Carol Wilhite Clyde Elliott .lerry Harp Earl Harrison Diane Heard Caron Mulhearn Nancy O'Quinn Martha Parks .lean Rogillio Geologlcal Soclety . ', V- ws? ff' E 'ss if X CWD 9 i x . x l M if kann x ii ,gi 2 x V i micron Delta Kappa 5 409 s are ff mwww X y a s sw . s K , , ., ,.,,., . 11 X., ' L 'V ,x ff .I ,- s ,Z K X all E NX N X WS S 3 Zh i Q fi, X X 6 a f Z 4 7 X 7 f f asf. s, gf 'W 7 f xv x B s ,Q X fr, 'E N :QA f . A if .,,,,,, Si-vnwfi wr + , ""'-w...f', 2l8 nad'--Nu as , '-swi-5'.,"' ham' J ' 1 ,, ,Lf 5 ' EFX 'ia' -- if 1 X J Sa s f XWK f gs? .., 3 Z s f 1 sf l f , V J xx 'WF' Dx X s S X f fy x if M C : X, wwfqpdir Q, r ,, ,f X X1 Q f Rx naw Q. my Keith Pettway Curtis Rape Dr. George Sixbey Benjamin R. Tatum Robert Vance Dr. George T. Walker Dr. Nathan Watzman Edward C. Whatley Richard Alwood Jimmy Arnold Lane Ballard Thomas Bates George Chain Sam Danna Daniel Dupree Elbert Dyer Windle Dyer Claude Epperson Lenny O. Fant Dr. William R. Hammond Dr. Clint O. Hanna Dr. T. Eugene Holtzclaw John James Paul Lasseigne John Letard John Luffey Paul Mann, Jr. James Mock Donald Murphy W. W. Nielson Ross Nolan Sam Nolen Phillipe Oszuscik IQ EW, , IK .-. lf? ' uv U7' lie H E lfffl tl v '- . s IHLY. Pffrgf, V .1 tri tie ll Folds mln ,Ff"l0w Eppe X i Lmfge 115 umm Byrd sby ion rvitl 'fench ISS e Hanson dleton nqufffleld iIjglCY Janet Aswell Georgia Burkett LaVern Burkett Peggy Busbice Koula Economos Nona Loftin Carolyn Ross Sheila Townley William Bobo Georgia Burkett Koula Economos h-J, Glenn Lightsey Marie Smith Sheila Townley Joel Venable Phi Alpha Theta JN" A 'Q-' is 1 X xl' SQL 3131. 0 U C 'E if Q 5054 '3 if "s...! Social Science Club fbi 45 nnnnn f. F-s l 'UW , f, 2l7 Scabbard and Blade 'M4"' gw. Y 3 S ? WQN g . J ,fi "ef T A-. ,mf Q gix jx ay rf JI fm fy ,lf ff JW .- ,Q , f Qs Q M WWW , ,f S 3 si f-"QD i E J 7 ", ,'f f ...nie v F ' i : X X , f -X 5 1 g,,, . f, QM X55 X ha, as .E 9 s 9 ,,,, ,. X J! I , J, X . N N - I 220 Jimmy Arnold Thomas Bates James Larry Denmon Wayne Dyer Otis D. Hart Rodney Johnson John Letard Paul Mann, Jr. Jerry Miller Ross Nolan Preston A. Rudisill Wayne Shipp Bo-Dick Smith David Sprague James Townsend Kennard Welch 'fd AI' iv Amollsld Bulhrd LH fins le llguna Pffe Dyer User EPP0I'S0n l- Fan! 'im R- Hammond I 0. Hanna Ugene Hollzclaw ne: migne rid 'fr n. lr. ck 'phi 011 iscik Senior Board Camille Camp Joy B, Greene Margie Holloway Kirby Mooney Carolyn Oubre Carolyn Ross Ann Walker Coralie White Rose Mary While 'N-lr 10 fvy 41' I J x 'Q 'ZR '57 Pi Sigma Epsilon ,f-L fix , ri r Joe H. Baughman Jerry Clifton E Richard Greene " """"" Q41 -6' C' Dean Mann . I F94 Frederick Martin Ira Phillips Edward Roberts --,,,,,,,g .loel Venalxle A' l""" 43 ln mp.. ,'7 HMM i, rug - Q 1' . ' uyi f X, I 'mr xl ,! ,- -6' ti? " .nbgii Uigaali' 7 ,.-1 , , " fire ff 2-. - 1... v 4 4 'K ,. ., .,. .-,f .', ,, t. .5 'vLt.:.:,.'.' nl Q. fl- 4- 'K 4 s ,.,.4q The Veterans Club is composed of vet- erans who are at- tending Northeast. Its purpose is to as- sist them in prob- lems they may en- counter as such. Affiliation with the club is open to any former member of the United States Army, Air Force, Navy or Marines. The freedom of self expression is evi- dent in the various campus activities of which the organiza- tion plays an active role. 222 Bobby Arant Reggie Guice Martha Kemp Keith McGuire Philippe Oszuscik James Parker Judy Schallo Evva Zeagler Jllnmv ' llnlul 31011135 Haig me-5La ' ir. will me Diff Olli Han Rodnfl l0h11son John Letard Plilll llilllll, jf, jerry Miller Ros Nolan H Preston A, Rudislll Wayne Shlllp B0.Dick Smigg David Spraggend lames Tolglflcll Kenfmld Pershing Rifles Charles Blaylock Lamar Duckworth ' 1 Wayne Dyer 41.5 Billy Gammel Wayne Holley Kenneth Hickey Wynn Jefferson Robert Kemp Carl Moore .9-H' xl 'awp W I 'VVS 'ii' Mike Nelson rr Grady L. Pace ' David Sprague ,r-"'Q fin 1' I' lx 22l Thomas Bates Joe Baughman Rodney Boyd Ronny Brothers Charles Chatham Larry Joe Cook MacKenzie Craig George R. Dixon Michael Deshong Ray Dulany Michael Dunn Robert Frazier Thomas Guilbert William Mcllvaine Paul Mann, I r. Keith Pettway Tommy Ritter Allison Salley David Sprague Robert Vance Otice Breithaupt Wayne Causey Jerry Clifton Jessie Conville James W. Crawford Robert L. Fava James Fletcher Odwina Fusilier Carolyn Garrett Jim Harper Otis D. Hart Dwain Howington Harold Ikerd Ken McCay Wallace McManus Sidney Meredith Sam Nolen Pansy Riser Wayne Shipp Barbara Ann Simmo Charles Smith Sue Taylor Charles Wade Ronald Worley Alpha u Upsilon Q 'R -' Y--f. . f" .af . ,Q f Q . , ,, A -A A... 5. , Q Y ' , , . . . 1 . ' MW- Qyw an A. t K J "A N 1 , 1 2, sa- -. :QC A 4' A s . 'J f ' la f I .1--Q job, TV!-1 X "TF 1 '-.. I 6 , In FI' x J Home Economics Club J I P WZ Mfgw Yww' Ann Beard Julia Cfg-,el lna Daniel Jeanie Duffey Charlotte Edwards Pat Ford Fran Donahoe Jean Gray Janette Holdeman Margie Holloway Joann Hughes J ettie Lee Jo Ann Lewis Sylvia Lewis Gail McKoin Joyce Murray Judith Netherland Beverly Payne Julia A. Reagan Lynn Rickett Evelon Rodgers. Martha Stockstill Tommy Stockstlll Ann Walker Evva Zeagler Th 1031335 Baieg R0dne: Ronny Bmlhers Charles Clldlllam larry Joe cook MacKenzie Craig George R- Dixon v l Michael Desllong W Ray Dulany f Michael Dunn W Robert Frazier i l G 'lherl 31235 lyliilllvaiut Pali Maw: lf' Keith PetIw5l' R 'Her vaidsliill Rabat Shirley Allen Joan Griffin Betsy McBride Barbara McCoy Donna McLean Charlotte Sally Rosalyn Thweatt Ellen Walker Rosemary White Rebecca Zwahlen Phi Beta N, ii Nike Poulos Gail Sawyer Sherry Wells Sara Womack Ann Ellison Sandra McEachern f Celia Mantrozos Nancy Noland S . 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X-, af f Xgf f f, 4 g I , 3 X ,f Mona Brooks Georgia Burkett LaVern Burkett Camille Camp Olive Cochran Linda Eby Pat Ford Margie Griffin Barbara Gulley Camilla Harmon Betty Hill Charlotte Hudson George Jones Mary Kilpatrick Lorraine Layton Jeanette Lewis Carol McKeithen Mary ,lane Nugent Joyce Oldham J une Parker Linda Rawls Sarah Shankman Elizabeth Van Matre Dianne Wade Ann Walker Olive Wall Sue Williams Veronica Worley A111 lf., leangfn Chirlilfg I l P I PHI Ford Ffflllllonal: ' .lean C111 4 Ja11e11eH11i Mafgifllll, Joann Highs .letlie lee J 0 A1111 Lelis Sylvia Leiis Gail llclluin J ce Murral liiiiith Nelllfillfl 1 P1111 ii1iZll.11111 Lynn Ricliell Evelflaiiiiiiiiill Mail Swckgll Tomliiiaiker 232211215 James Bennett John Boughton Patrick Dixon Johnson Fairbanks Vance L. Griffis Dan Knox Jesse Lee Robert McMullen James Patrick Wayne Patrick Devonne Payne Robert Snowden Delta Demeter mil G-..,.,,.- 1 f 'J' It nun-u-.Q VV ' 1 ' 1 . l ,ng I i WP .- fgw. F' 17' ,f fs 4? 1-P Alvin Upton Charles Watkins Jerry Wilson Pyrenees Club Barbara Bartleson Georgla Burkett Lavern Burkett Pegffy Bushice Glnger DODS-ld Koula Economo-s Mary Hixson Janet Proctor Maria Varino Rose Mary White Francis Yeldell Pre-Law lub YZ rf 4,,, Hr.. ,J 'Rl Gene Adams Donnie Brunson J ack H. Pankey Dan Pickens Sylvia Pritcher Judith Turnage I Q 230 Q' 4 Q 1 V. 4 -I I Barltara Gullgy Camilla Hamm Betty Hill Charlotte lluin George lone Mary Kilpatrick Lorraine L6l'lUl1 Jeanette lewis Carol Mclieitlren Mary lane Nugent Uldham igligellarlitif Linda liawi an ah Shaulm Eiiiaheth Val lltlf , W de 21: iliatkir Olive will Williautfl llgioniv-4 WM ey Elizabeth Van Matre Dianne Wade Ann Walker MYPH Wayshak Sue Williams Veronica Worley Harry Black Mona Brooks Georgia Burkett LaVern Burkett Camille Camp Olive Cochran Linda Eby Alma Faulk Pat Eord Barbara Gulley Aliene Gunn Camilla Harmon Sannie Harper Mary Kilpatrick Lorraine Layton Jeanette Lewis Joann Lewis Zoletta'McIntyre Carol McKeithen Carmen Martinez Beatrice Nugent Mary Jane Nugent Joyce Oldham June Parker Linda Rawls Sarah Shankman John Shaughnessy, Sr. Doris Smith Esther Syverson William Thompson rlters Club 1' , 4 X 1' W7 , .595 f Lb- Q , i - og .X ,QQ rr" ' l , ' . ,,L. -, A Y? T332 in 1... ' ,Q .- 1 .t -f '4 -,s ' f',,Q.x 'Q 1 5 - K' 'R 7 omen's Recreation Association 1, 'U .- L ,. 5 .za , , V . aw. --X 4 A sit 'f V561 FW' f . f, l xi Q x 3 Northeast's Women's Recreation Association is designed to promote an interest in recreation among women students on the campus and to encourage high standards in women's sports. The college or- ganization is affiliated with the state WHA program, offering mem- bership to all Northeast coeds in- terested in recreational activities. The BSU is an organization which includes all students of the Baptist faith. Its purpose is to conserve and help train Southern Baptist students for effective Chris- tian discipleship. It functions to remind each student of his respon- sibility to Christ, his church, and his denomination, and of his ob- ligation as a Christian student. The organization provides inspira- tion, information, and fellowship which create the spiritual climate essential for Christian growth in college. s 232 Baptist Student nion l 2 Z 2 Mm Wim mg-fr. 'MY-S 'fin Honor Society Honor Society President Barbara Bartleson serves guests at informal FCCCPUOU- sl 5 'Q F :of-Qf ,N- 92 . 'lx 5' 6'..+-arid if , Q 3" :qty fx fir.- lff Francis Eff. r ' What happens if I drop it? 4 A 'TQ' Na: f ah, 1' ,711 ?x ' 2 Carolyn Whitehead and Jerry Lindsey sign guest book. Ei 1 Let's talk over the matter. Hazel Hohen pauses a moment with George Ilurkncr and Billie Dixon at annual spring banquet. Tliere's always time for a chat among friends. Qrudenrc Greet Niro CCWTUC Qivbev and Xlr Jack Nlax gue t pealxcr Wes ey Foundation E 0 Q Westminster Fellowship is the name used to designate the organ- ization of Presbyterian students throughout the United States. It is a group of students desiring to strengthen their Christian faith by worshiping together, thinking to- gether, and playing together. The aim of the Fellowship is to seek truth with intelligence and integrity. 234 Westmlnster Foundatlon The Wesley Foundation is an expression of the Methodist Church to minister to the needs of the aca- demic community. The Church is defined as a group of people re- sponding to God through Christ and who bear the responsibility of sharing the faith with others. The real justification of the Foundation is that its program exalts fellow- ship through terms of college ex- perience. The Newman Club provides, the Catholic student with religtQl1S, intellectual, and social activities, in that order of importance. Mem- bership brings students together and helps create lasting friendships during college life. The organiza- tion's primary function is to guide Catholic students in developing their faith. 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MUSIC COMPANY, INC. 70.3 Jackson Street MONROE, LOUISIANA ' 0 0 I Northeast Loulslana s Oldest Muslc Store J I I CHOICE OF THE MASTERS Q n - ' I I ARRAU BERNSTEIN ITURBI MOISEIWITSCH SLENCZYNSKA In Dum Oilllfggm 6 For your personal piano choose the instru- ment upon which great artists agree . . . the Baldwin. Let us show you the complete selec- tion of styles, sizes and finishes . . . and the ease of owning a Baldwin Grand. X Baldwin: Hamil ALSO ton Studios Acrosonic and Howard Spinets Organs 50IN ION: We are proud Io have NorI'heas+ S+a'I'e College among our many safisfied cusfomers. MONROE LINEN SERVICE CO. Why buy when we supply-Renl' 405 Sou+h Grand MONROE I-Ieadquarlers fo You g Men s Clolh ng Home Owned and Opera'I'ed "A Good Company to Work For . . ." ThaI's an expression you'lI hear ollen among The members of Louisiana Power 8: Lighl Com- pany. And we're mighly proud, Too, for we've worked hard Io earn Ihal repulalion. Our group life insurance. hospilalizalion. sick leave, and reliremenl programs rank wilh Ihe besl in The nalion, and you'lI find our members' earnings compare very favorably. Bur 'rhere's somelhing more. 'foo-a friendly spiril' of co- operarion among our members in making a good company even beller. LOUISIANA e' SWS REXA POWER 8. LIGHT MONROE coMPANY "Helping Build Louisiana" mgfffsrd UpfkAzPwrr1wvf5 mm mm P I C0ngl'a'I'UIa'I'I0l1S QpEN SUNDAYS' C ass week DAYS and I , I I I y HOLIDAYS lI:00 A.M. 'fo 8:30 PM n'I'er 2203 Louisville Ave. Congratulations Class ot '62 Qgrol gevi Stationery ompcuzyi MONROE LA NDRY QFFICE SUPPLIES :AND EQUIPMENI U WC F bn H ' 9-FFICE MACHINES AND SERVICE' An Institution tor the. Cargo a rfs Booksellers and SJYGHODGFS Serving Northeast Lcyilslana ver 65 ears lOl North Grand at DeSiard gf? Dial FA 2-8l47 Dry Cleaning-Laundry-Rug Renovaiing MONROE, LOUISIANA 436 Scum Grand ACJ MONROE ..........' . -nv.. "" ' The only men's campus shop in Collegetown Mrs. Gladys King, third from left, admires with her sisters a gift from faculty and staff at special tea honoring her at retirement. MCNROE WHOLESALE DRUG COMPANY, INC. I3I N. Zncl St. PHONE FA 24484 Sol Snycler's is your Ivy headquarters tor casual or dress attire. The house ot triendly service and nationally-advertised brands. BAsTRoP MoNRoE um Better' living begins at . . . CE TRAL . . your full-service You'II LOOK and FEEL BeI'Ier wi+I1 HeaIIh and Beaufy Aids From . . . COLLEGE PHARMACY Free Delivery 7 Days a Week 3400 DeSiard S+reeI' JOHN A. ZAGONE, Pharmacisf f ' . . ""f f,,. .v THE STAG SHOP 232 Trenion SI. 27II Norfh Seven'II1 WEST MONROE, LA. 2 kg, M H I ns? wwf' """ """ I I an I mn nm ' elle A Q igffiiil Y ACME cLEANERs za LAUNDR J. B. MCCQY DELUXE DRY CLEANING LAUNDRY SERVICE LUMBE-R COMPANY HAND FINISHED WORK 90' Sou-H1 grand RE-WEAVING MONROE ALTERATIONS HATS CLEANED-BLOCKED 50I N. 3rd HAROLD CRAWLEY MONROE Owner Q CongraIuIaIions, Class of '62 '400 WILLIAM KING STUBBS Louisville MONROE LOUISIANA EDGE I:r:1 16 fi: I in Williams at tea honoring graduates. Mrs. Robert L. Holt serves Mrs. J. F. Gary, Shirley Gary, and Eddie Z5 A How to Register on Campus N' SHOP . I Y I Downfown and Twin Ci+y Shopping Cenfer MONROE, LOUISIANA MON ROE-SHREVEPORT f " -., FIILQL X . jf: wwf. , , 512: , 5:22:22 V4 a." F:2:2 NA E - """""" X 4 15:5 V' ' ""' -'-'-4- , ,.-.,. - .-,..- 1 -,.'.-.- 1-4 '-4-- -' "-' -" x . ' ' ,,,. , ,f.v. . ,,- , . ,-.-,-,.,. ,-.' - - ' ' , .,-,. ' "f" :::5gf5:::2.1',-Q t - . - Q C T C0LL!G!rowualAn01I! :j '-::'.f.-'g.g:3E:g5 . 1' .- 1 '- , " gs A J i . I 2--.:. W- ' ------Y ' 'ffiiiififiiz ' Q.-A ---- 5 UQ ff' 2 0 996 OWU -- I gf- . iS i A A se s I ' 4 1' I I . ---,'.-'- :iz v---- .- " 4---- --" . 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'e Iruenflll' Semi Mrs. Mike John and Representative John congratulate Mr. Dan Breard at reception in Breard Hall following dedication of college buildings. f . . ,.. . . ,. -, Q4 , ,I f . jyift, ,f Olaf., f , 75 ff, In Our 58+I'i Year of Service MONROE. LOUISIANA Compliments of RIVERS-HEUER J. C. STEELE LUMBER COMPANY, INC. L gaddlnq PHONE FA 24467 ' 907 COLEMAN Ave. Q WEST MONROE, LOUISIANA AGSQQIGRADHO 1- 5 PHoNE FA 5-4371 v MONROE, LA. Congratulations Graduates E from FTF? Your floral orders will be expertly prepared by Mrs. D. l. Hirsch, Roz and Henry Haas, Jr. y Congratulations to the Class of 1962 SC ALLEN T. TURPIN and C, HENRY WELLS Vx glze mower dilzoppe, Cgnc my l SS gf '62 STUB X II1irIey Cary, and Eddie I ORT I- ji fvf- , .Zigi tl? lj - fe I 9 - I C1 P. ,rfffk Mya-In svigzsfi' gf?" EA BS 34 GRAND FLORAL Opposife PosI Office Slllllllllillli WOMEN'S APPAREL MIINIIUI, IUUISIIINA Beauty Queen Headquarters pet t p bl s t tIe al Pa e l-Teacher Workshop rs. W. S. Vincent, Dean T. Eugene Holtzclaw, Larry Higgins and Mrs. A. L. Hendrick. .IQIINIQESR I 1412 LOUEVILLE AV. Enjoyment for all II'me family! OPEN 24 HOURS FREE INSTRUCTIONS O 24 Aufomafic AMF Lanes ' ABC Sancfioned ' Nursery O Bowling Equipmeni' anal Supplies C Bowling Leagues Invi'IecI FOR RESERVATIONS FAirfax 3-943 I Plenty of Free Parking Space Frosh entertain upperclassmen at "Freshman FroIics." SNOW-WHITE CLEANERS Convenien+Iy Located Across From the College Our Experl Service Spealcs for Itself i sr! ii ii 5 gi 5 :vi i M a W if it H , H T i 2 'Hi xii eil ii L it ,U I ii li ng, il' U .3 gi i T i i Acknowledgments The staff of the 1962 Chacahoula wishes to express their appreciation to those who have helped in the preparation of this edition: Mrs. Loyd Ciddings, Mrs. Hillman Madison, Jr., Mrs. Rich- ard Clark, Durwood Griffin, and Jim Williams, who served as judges of Chacahoula beauties. Williams Studio for pictures of Miss Northeast and the Miss Northeast pageant. Noe Enterprises for photographic aid and pictures. The News-Star-World Publishing Corporation for sports pic- tures and other photos used in the Activities section. Fred Elsing, Jack Thompson, and other members of Taylor Publishing Company for their help in the planning, designing. and publishing of this edition. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown for the use of their home in the Traditions section color picture. laady Stahl, yearbook adviser, for her time. advice. and help in the formation of this book. The Baptist Student Union who graciously gave the use of their building for the Chacahoula beauty tea. nvtoup 5ligg!5j1L'fE .S.0ff.- PANY I QEIIITE' Q55 lllvlnqgi M' mu liLn -' MONROE-WEST MONROE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION ADAIR GMC, INC, BROWN RIVERS SCOGIN, INC. LEE EDWARDS MOTORS. INC. HATTEN MOTORS. INC. NORTHEAST MOTORS, INC. RILEY BUICK, INC. SCOTT TRUCK AND TRACTOR STUDEBAKER AND PACKARD OF MONROE VAN-TROW OLDS CADILLAC MONROE AUTO MART OLCOTT MOTORS, INC. RYAN CHEVROLET, INC. 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