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

 - Class of 1963

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I Z K ,wif 2 1 . gf 5 4' uf-.N 4 N. fmw 'II never dreamed that my biggest problem in college would be closet and drawer space." av- tw. --,---.- f'-- 'W' - , 'E To a Freshman . . . Two people in this room for all year? lVIr. Kuder said I should majO1' in accelerated basket weaving. Where did I leave those books? But Dean, are you sure that Chem. 5 is a freshman course? I can't believe lim overdrawn again this month! How do you know when youire ill love? To a freshman, college is a World of bewilderment and many unanswered questions. Some will be solvedg others filed away to be answered with time and perspective. ,J I 3 I i Q it . Q 4 ZW! f 2 M4 4? ,,Q,.f fp ff' ff'f7fff-ff 1 5,1 1 ,ZZVWQZV .2 66 Q 4-W For a mixer, freshmen exchange names and hobbies at the Frolics. Registering in the dorms is only one of a series of confusing en counters for the already bewildered freshmen. o This ls Colle el I assure you that itis a Northeast tradition that all freshmen buy their dates mums for homecoming." But I just bowled a half game and I've got to go to ClaSS- , S ma--N' -- '--'--W---9-4, Q .. , ' 5 l fr 3 f l l I lv I 1 fs, , ' Mjmzjd jffllfmf Cam W My M , . ' V , Wx fl' 1 V! f I A -,F if L J Music is always a good method of relaxation-"Let's Twist Again V ffffafff ,a ZH 'KV Irffglflf V w ' - fr,,:'ff 07", Ixlwgiw, If To a ophomore . . . Are you sure that you don,t have a larger size shoe than 12? 63x fy 4,75 . ... At last l've got 30 hours and 60 quality points! Only one more year of ROTC! But Dean, I changed my major so l Wouldn7t have to take Chem. 5 over! Saturday morning and still no date for homecoming. To a sopho- more, the hewilderment and problems are still there but just to a lesser degree. .lp milf 4 When you finish, give me two dabs instead of one. Take notes in class, rewrite them, then read the chapter. Do coeds really study like this? No Longer an Underclassman. What's a two-letter word for antidisestablishmentarianism? I'll make this shot if I have to cut English, Trig and Government to do it. To a Junior . . . We can't watch the news. The Three Stooges are on. I2 i if .-if Who said juniors were upperclassmen? lt took five semesters, but I finally got his pin. I Wonder how it feels to he a senior? Dean, can you major in Chem. 5? Are you sure it takes 60 hours and l20 quality points to he a junior? I had a nightmare last night. I dreamed I applied for student teaching and made it. To a junior, college now is home. lt's a place of happiness, Warmth and security. Education is at last viewed with respect. If I have to pay a dime, give me real coffee. 'S Hell D - K - N ,Y I 'A In i if .. . mn ' , - -her W , . . " ' -5 ig , .L ,.:.-..,I..-,.,.,., ,.- ..,.... ., ....... ,...... . ....., . . ,. .. . , . Q WML-.H-,,,W. RA., .. , S di , ,4 ,, "' ' ' ' '1' f Y ' 'i ' ,EI5LuiL.n.3Lug1.-.:a:.-e..f-4-...Jn.z.r.L4za':.5..::.:..I. .....Ua..s, 4... .............,. g..,,...f.-.L six' '.D. i' is in-w Ilan- Uurdm-r ulhum is supposcml ln he "nut of it." SW' ,. V Q, L sara , ' ' is 5 , I ,7 i ' -Q x ' x uf K . if V KM' .MQ L K 'M This is the easy way to wash dishes You can supplement these books with your reading of HMad," '4Esquire" and 4'Peanuts." A College Home. H.f,,,,,,f,l1 77 H , l, LL, Lal-Wlnffdo 4 v - L .1.-,. tl, nf, 'fyJF!i fl.-1 lf' A typical classroom offers the student teacher some practical experience. To a enior . . . Must student teachers grade all these papers? Donit say it, Dean, I've already registered for Chem, 5, ,lust Wait till I flaunt that degree in my eX.l3,0y friend's face. Class rings, cap and gown, invitations -I can't afford to graduate! To a senior, the prob. lems of campus life are coming to an end. But there is still the responsibility of applying for a position, reaching decisions in choices, and Wondering if the professional World will offer as much happiness 33 the college World. . . . and it says here in the Wall Street Journal my stock investment has gone up to 27 cents a share. Seniors get special 'd gui ance in job selection and placemgnt. I4 Q The f anoth fill ll, 5 l In . 'Q X to Q.. nh Nw lf tw. WN! fm .Ki 0,5 N tl' 'Ht Eff? 5, I t. Q ,"' Q-' Q ' z ,.,,, ' A smiling Northeast senior chooses her graduation invitations . . . The End of Campus Life. another gets measured for cap and gown . . . while a third makes the important decision in ring selection EACH WITH Aww' 5 HCHK AN INTERE T OF HIS OWN Our college world is one of diversity, because it is made up of people-and no two of us see life with like viewpoints. Some of us will live in a world consisting primarily of test tubes and laboratories, doing research in an effort to learn more about the complexities of our universe. Others will live in a world of typewriters and stencils, recording human history as it is made. Some think our survival will depend on an increased knowledge in the various fields of medicine, while others see the world as a mass which can only be united through diplomacy. Some in our world will lead-others, to round out the pattern, will follow. X W ,A I 3 ,vvvv I , f ' 1- -' '7 Q ing , I . E . ,ff ?1 ff. Q-9 - 'v- a Q ,X, -Lil N, E I F 1543 X ,,4, V4 -HT ---, A ' . ' I' ' ., gh 1 ,f -M x . .. ., ,.., , vw.. , w . I fjf , , , , 1 MI N N4 x TT 7 rf " , 1 -l KC' f X I A x 4 7 W W K 1 jx 1 ., 5 W ff f ,f. , M, ...Z X K I ,z ...ZW-L -N,- 3 f., vi 5 v '-if 5 F, 3 E I OLOGY-GEOLOGY l1UEZ.i1l?ZQ1 1 , BUT ITH 0 1 ww., Tw . W' 1:-fr WN'W'W-k.v,.,N,,sm W3 1 M.,,.,AW .A vim S ' rvvy,,,vv'V I YZ N Az 22' , 335 . k i V . X' ' X 1 ' Nk X t ' E A ' T f 5 1: A a ' 2 236 9 'el ' . kr ..i.,,.,45. I g A- I E 2 D g ,r U . X3 ,V :V ' tvs. af S . 2 g H.. QL I Y T' .... A 1 I A' 4 . , . I. . ...QQ 'j g ' -1 'hfxcx . Ne 5 , v. .. QkY!W2ff,wl,L.L.L M...-us...n.L hr. To e E Ol our Be 1 for each The Il' pi nor , Fang the' PUTQ Cong , , fl- Ng-,, -'ff A: f -.,.,:,-1 ,ff ' ..,, , ,. - a., .- , ' I ' . W , A Ma f A-1' '-:- - -L ' -Y.- .:.- "- 'K W "' 'f - '- - -' '-'-""' - "" '- '-- ' ' ' 1rlur-lnup.n-Z.24.2R.i51vi--x...s.a.-na. ..., .....,...-.. 4......m.L-Linh. .. ONE COMMON GO L To each, the college is something different, yet there is one element common to us all-the attainment of our education and the fulfillment of our aspiration. Be it modest or far-reaching, the goal we have set for ourselves is the intangible force which directs each of our lives, especially during our college years. The college is the first big step toward that goal. It provides opportunities which we would otherwise not have known. It makes us appreciate the impor- tance of education. But most important, it gives us the opportunity to mature as individuals-each pre- pared to face life as an educated citizen in a vast, complicated, ever-growing world. Nrnaqg ABLE TO LQQK B C14 When leaving still al campu able 1 becau are tl of OL nevel sign: wayf part , X -e x a N 4 A Q ' ill ,, , 5 4 e- 5 g . Q X M ' Q 5 'W f l ..,,Xl 1 z ,, Q S BACK AND REMEMBER When we leave our college ancl Monroe we will be leaving a way of life, while making preparations for still another. But there are certain things about our campus anal our college life that we will never be able to forget. These we can call "the familiarv because they are objects that we see every clay. These are the things that, in the years to come, remind us of our college Clays. Those things familiar to us yet never really thought about by any of us-the campus signs, the trophy case in the student center, the al- ways empty mailbox. These anal many others-all a part of Northeast, and all a part of a way of life. t A 1 hw 'ii' 'WM s ,..,.- rf sf was Z0 E 4 3 ZONE I I i I 5 7 5 ..- WJ 4 I ' 4 b I a 4, ' ,f ' wif? f, 7 Q' V' ,Q ,QM ' 5 1 ' I I I I . 1- 1327. 7 Q. ,. ga 4 5' wwf 3, HU . wwf. ' " 1 f ' I ,. , QQ. ' 153 ' f 5 A ' W' fwv",v . f- M ,, Y Q w ' ll I XI Y? V 4 J ' 9 1 3 'L 4 ? M ,., ef nvgwvtdf' rel in A, ' 65.3. - !1r-M-, M-A , 4,::tgy'.:f J- "f'41wl' ' .VFIM ' ' fm.. if g ., 4 Q, . T ff k"u fc: ' Y f - ' ,c,,.,, V -, - -.- 'wr rf, f, .f L, .-,x Qs,-' 1 s 42 ,, jngs. Y J , ,, qv A5 ,Q , 1, ,an ,fm ay, X., - , ,Q,,, ,VIH yn, , . f' 71' JZ, 21.273 jg. , 'Z 'KI wh, H, H U., fix , yy! gag.: . 4' ,1,.A,f ff"'.,1 STUDE T LIFE The Student Union Building-the center of student life and activities the year around. vovypr-1. This is only the beginning. Selection of class Cards and rearranging of schedules extend through the day. Registration . . . X Another group of eager students surges into Stubbs Hall to initiate a semester. Only twelve more feet of cards to fill an .l d l'll soon be officially registered, , i Q l x X l Cot Cholkin N 2 fluff it :dl an-ef v fd M X X V DN, Q f w X J X ,Q nwsfs , Xi 4 ss fs Q 4 , Z ' f 3 nf , f J . ' " i f g W f X L A Z 4 K J A I-1515 if X 9 ...R , fs There's usually a way to solve that registration problem. Complete With Confusion Important decisions must be made. Disappointments often follow, for registration is a time filled with confusion and emotion. Choosing classes is only part of registration. The final pro- cedure is a trip through the library. x maxim, X It's fun to sing Phi Mu songs at pajama party. Question: Do Phi Mu's really get their man? Answer: Have a pretzel! orority Rush . . . N- .5 Alumfl Will Al 35 a 0 P ts El ll Rush season begins as hopeful coeds register. F Alumnae president, Mrs. Beryl Franklin, has fun serving at luau party for Alpha Omxcron P1 rushees Will This Anxiety Ever End? Although sorority rush only affects a small percent- age of the women students on campus, the emotions arising from it are sometimes felt by all. lt is a time of confusion, rumors, excitement, and impressive parties. Girls either Hjust hate iti' or Hthink it's wonderful," but when it's all over, both sororities are delighted with their pledge classes and the rushees, at last, have found a Greek home. Step by step, sorority girls and rushees alike, meet enthusiastically evaluate seriously, and happily make their re spective choices. Registering is the first step for fraternity rushees to get acquainted. Fraternity rush has developed into an integral part of college life. ln the fall, rush begins with parties, both formal and informal. It is a time when young men become acquainted with fraternity tradition, what itis like living in the fraternity house, how it feels to Wear a pin and to be identified with a group. When rush ends, each man has made his choice. Each has selected the men with whom bonds will be made. Enrrnal moments give men a serious View of fraternity 1 e. u K Actually, we're not really active members . . . Fraternit Rush . . . Informal periods offer fraternity men a chance to know each other better. . mel I 10 ,. lliilifgbreswci Upstairs in the houses, down to brass tacks. e fraternity men and rushees get There's nothmg hke a dame to reglster you. A Week of m1les . , ., . , , . . ..V . .-Y . ...YW .....- --.,...........4- The scene IS the same durlng rush clgarettes, smlles, conversatlons tud Studying is the backbone of college life. Any studenfworking toward a degree will verify this. Though sometimes forbidding, studying can be enjoyable if one takes his Work seriously. In the end, there are few who will deny that uit was Worth itf, Why IS lt that you always learn more with your shoes off? I li . x ,fxl XJ! ll 2 Finals antldf Enjoyal Diffi E , W '. inlllglfound im t Wh Minn' ' 2 PCS f into 5 1 1 -me " . sh, Y K Q ox ,Q .R . , ik X 3. Q f 2. 1 Finals-a time of anticipation, dedication, FE is ., ,.,, R prostration, 'E , i and frustration. Difficult for Others. Finding a proper corner in the hbrary for an after noon of study is not always an easy thing to do. if i i K We've found it at last! It says right here that Columbus discovered America in 14-92. 4. mo, ,,,V W P. I ,ff E J: 2 . E . X x 1 Joelle Smith is crowned queen of the 1962 homecoming by Presi- dent George T. Walker. Homecomin if Nj qv, tji3l2l!L:J+ Stop the parade! We're going the wrong way down a one-way street! With the largest parade Northeast has ever seen, homecoming got off to a Wonderful start. The traditional building displays were better than ever, and before anyone cared to realize, the homecoming game was in the past, and the rou- tine of classes had begun once again. Northwestern defender grabs hold of Willie Ragan's foot to trip up the Northeast fullback after a short gain. The Demons spoiled the Tribe's homecoming with an 18-17 defeat. . 'gm 4 . ,W , rfifw ' f '3 'lift V331 P311 0 iollcsr l .M""' ...,.:.lj.:f.xYdlg mp, The School of Pharmacy float made a first-place showing in the homecoming parade. . .5 , Q5 - N K 5 J : Wit 3. X if . . V ie , Q Q As second place wlnner, AOP1 congratulates the me f., , jk! team with orchids. W , 1 f iff YQ 4 , if V 1 '75 f , Sign s wJ ,Q 5.41 ' V i 17, t Wa., wr. -ti 1 ' . ' , , A K . X , 1 , fo. -A c . 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Y K twfvcvwve K 1 ., W. b N Christmas . . . No Jax' 'N . purge,- more suckers, please! wrap On Foster Parents' Day, children anxiously await their gifts from Santa. During the pre-Christmas season the campus is trans- formed into an atmosphere of hectic, hilarious, and happy moments. Holiday activities are crowded into exam and study schedules, While hurried preparations are made for that long-awaited trip home. Sharing the spirit with children on Foster Parents' Day, ex- green. changing gifts, caroling, and decorating the dorms are all a cherished part. Last minute Christmas secrets and Whispers are shared as couples exchange parting gifts. But all leave school with memories of mistle- toe, formals, parties, carols and the hanging of tl16 440'-f-xr in ., 1 .ILP "M f,'.tlY'4 Ar' 1 "7 -. 1" V x 'N J '16 tl t 3 1 f f i if E if t , It H i 7 l 3 t ff xg , IXX li, lx gf' ,ik K! xy, Q .t. 5, .lf- ' fi x " tts, tfllxwlg lffitl- Matti tt li li l 1 i J JZ' .6 if - -t i . Students corate treej Heretic t te. ff The St0CkiUgS were hung by the chimney with care . . . that iS is as if 9 Ht- X.. ' ag t. iw.: s Q - 1 ',..fff"iV' s ' Q. 1- Q' tfifff' , I , K X 56 N .X I l 'A -'K if ' XX xx: N N, ,f X I Harris Hall X. . I ff Contrnual lrne of happy tots from Baptrst Chlldrens Home marks the begmnrng of Which shall I play with-the tractor or the box? 1 xy ff 2 X 5 , sv 41 t fe as spirit as they de Hecuc, H1la1'10us, and Happ . Youngsters enjoy fried chicken at annual Foster Parents' Day. ,7,,,,7.,i , ,,.W,a,,7l, ,VW Q M6 ja? ' ' 1 :X Wir W? yn. www 'Wir X 0 ya, , ,Aggie T :3fh',f.f,, 'av aft 4 f M2 , , ,, , , ,U , , ,, ,,, f ,ww ,, ' sw- ff f I 5' V Q 'f ,4 ,f VV 4' V ortheast Concert Band Joe Barry ullins, Conductor Marehin Band Personnel ' T X A Januar 1963 Y 545' oodwznds Kelth Pettway, Georgra Webb Charleen Morlzot, Carol eeman Rosalyn Thweatt, R1Ck1 Pnmm, Jerry Albrlght Cherxe Martm, Kenneth McKenz1e, Marguerrte May, Rodney Boyd, Benme ay Turner Jeanne Foster, Robert Drxon Eugene Curtls, Ellen ahrer, Lmda Prrce, Lynne Flfe Marlon Ashley Sharon Peters Fern Allbrltton Alvln Wrlkmson Brass Thomas Rltter, Robert Frazler, Peter Sherlock, Thomas Daye, oe Jones, Thomas Robmson Larry Cook, Gareth H Bond Edward Wrlllams, arnold Loe, Phares Corder, Trav1s Heard Bert Llndley Thomas Gurlbert, Leon Prrce, Malcolm Beauchamp Wayne Rader, ay Dulany, Robert Vance, Pat Zlle, Judlth W1ll1s, Davld Goodman, Joe Ashley Llnda Clement, Cynthla Calton, Paul Mann Gary Hermann Rohm Watson, Jerry Clampxt Jlmmy Brewster, R1chard 3 ones, Ronnre Heflrn, Elamne Wrlght MCKCDZ16 Cralg, Davls Wllllams, Glen Spence, John Dunham, Pat Elder trzng Phllhppe Oszuscrlr, Mary Meese, Frankle Relnhart ercusszon Wrllard Turnage, Reggre Vaughn Mlchael Dunn John Rodman, Everett McCready Jerry Srmon, Jerry Bradley Carol Clark George Brrley Ronald Morrow, Ronny Brothers 1. 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WA nn.-.huxhg R-an 44, V Vx' .,..f-Q171,233'lpikzia-:....V...a-..g...x-.a.,.g - -V -a..,.r.:r:TeL:,..,.Qa.....,s...a. -L...,.r1.--.1--e,,V..VVV ..,.... .,., .. .... ,-..s. . x o., 4, 1 .1 f' SS 5 xg? Z 7 .9 4: vu' tiff u M Northeast Choir .N-Q SHA! at Acting as one complete vocal unit with its own distinction, the Northeast College Choir, under the direction of Davis Bingham, is an accomplished group created not only from music majors, hut from students of many unrelated curriculums. The Choir maintains a full schedule of practice sessions, concerts, and tours. Rehearsal time is spent in anticipation of performances, Whether a yearly concert, the traditional Christmas program, or Handel's HlViessiah.', The Northeast Singers perform individually and as part of the Choir. These sixteen were selected hy audition by music faculty members. They entertain at various civic organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce. Northeast Singers if 1 4 Z- ff f Z, QK? ZW QT if Concerts March brought the Dallas Symphony Orchestra to the Northeast campus. Supplementing student culture and classwork by pre- senting internationally famous lecturers and artists to the College is the Northeast State Concerts Associa- tion. The series is open to all full-time students. "Carnival," the renowned Broadway musical, was the first in a series of six attractions presented by the Northeast State Concerts Association. .""""w:::Lj,1Pf'd'arFi. C ES' SQL?" ' , . A Members of Phi maj0rproducU0l - The Vienna BOYS Choir entertained in January to an appreciative llumenx student body. L mghfhehinq Members of Phi Beta Fraternity serve as hostesses at the Speech Department's major production, "Papa Is All." Plays. Molments behind the scenes are filled with excitement on opening nig t. ,ff E 2 5 Z x 3 ff j 13 Mama cannot quite comprehend the sudden death of "Poor Papa." Shirley Allen and Willoughby Thomas match wits in Little Theatre pro- duction, "Gigi." 4I 2, ffl C- The ROTC color guard stands tall during Federal inspection. ,ix Military C The Cadet Corps is the largest organization on l the campus, with a program designed to pro- l duce efficient, well-trained reserve officers, l ready for action in the army. Who's the wise guy who yelled Habout face"? Northeast cadets practice using field radio at summer camp in Fort Sill, Okla. H 1 r lisilor John I luring summei tv 'I A' Visitor John Rudisill takes a breather with his son, Cadet Preston, during summer camp at Fort Sill, Okla. Behind the desk or in the field, the military is always alert and efficient. 5 lRf4.I4flY c , . t On the Go! X Xia t 3 1 t l We take great pride in presenting our Northeast State Jazz Ensemble. The J azz Ensemble . . . Three Coeds add that feminine touch to the group. Sara Beth Boughton appears as piano soloist, Bettie Gibbs as comedienne and Kirby .lane Mooney as trumpet soloist and vocalist. 44 When a college jazz group can draw consistently large audi- ences for three years, it indicates one thing. Jazz in America, heretofore considered appropriate for the dance hall, tele- vision, or a small minority of dedicated individuals, has found a completely new outlet in the healthy environment of the college campus. Del Sawyer, director of the Ensemble, consults with RRY Carroll' arranger for the group, on a score. ....uc..1.:w... Lf, -- r ..-V v,.-Aw-..mMMe-QF'-L-f ,ia " I W, . , WL' ' ' ':"":'r" 'A' ---44.4 L' " 1ss.iv...a...a..m.:4:a:t:t:.p:.'.r. .. tri .....,..--...Q ,,,.. 'lima'- 'L . 1 , ua x , V 4 A f R ' , ff 1 f. N , gf W ' JL 1 , . K I f. A W V A f' 5 X X , ' f I X . 5 , Wm ' f ' A A ' J h 1 1 4 , f i , , 1 ' 7 ' .. 4 sax ' f A ' ' Aj , . 1 f f as . , ,K ' , if S Q 'X Q . 1 1? W fx' f' 0 M , 1 I' 1 4 I x WN Z 5 ir i 1? 6 4' gy f nw X X f .V X , .... ,gyxmfw --vy 4, Mum- 53 . AQ 4, f .. 6 ,H ' - Em" ' LX 3 W' ,X l , " 4 s N f 1 J f sy 2? r Q , 4 I if, 41 , , f,W""" 'ml ZW film M. !f0 ff ' ' , , P A 2 fy V 5 Ziff ff ng Z 4 , ff ,Q 4 5 3 X Contestant Beverly Payne charms a judge with her poise, personality and good looks. Mrs. Richard Clark, a judge at the "Chao" Beauty Tea, interviews two hopefuls on the big night. 6lVIiss Chacahoula' Judges familiarize themselves with contestants' names and faces before the girls are presented. gg., , by ,is . ,ff 5 sf .r fi we my Lrg vs as . in i 'v ' ,Xe was i .J r -ws ' ' - -ws ' ilJ1.A..Xux so ww X i x 1 -. ...- --..a:.aa-..--uf-aww-cvx..-as--sl-:.' ' i " "M" 'M K 1 ' 4""i5' Y V Y Yu " ' "f ' "' '- ' A 1"" ""' "' "'n4i...fiinL2L:.i!--a:-aiam..-bi-.M-.1-.L.z,za3..:z.:..i.Q....s..,..t. .-,., ...,...s....,',-,,,,,,...i..qxfE5l,r1-.443 W" 0 U he!!! iacah ' ft -Qffviif' 1 ' , od W I t Q A F 3 4' , M -1 WW' Www NM ,fs av t , , if ' I, it Excited contestants anxiously wait to be presented to judges. The Big Night. ulVliss Chacahoulan and the other yearbook heauties are chosen each year at the Chacahoula Beauty Tea, given by the staff. The off-campus judges make their selections from coeds who are nominated by college organizations to repre- sent them in the contest. 4 1 'LMiss Chacahoula, 1963" gets plenty of beauty rest in preparation for her A conscientious judge evaluates her scores before questioning girls - ' further. A blg Ulghf- 47 WHCYS WHO American Colleges and Universities SARAH SHANKMAN Monroe seniorg T. H. Harris Scholarshipg National Merit semi-finalistg Sigma Tau Deltag Writers' Clubg Honor Societyg Senior Board. JAMES MCGOUGH Monroe seniorg S i g m a Tau Gamma presidentg Inter-fraternity C 0 un c il treasurerg Honor Societyg Scabbard and Blade. RICHARD C. ALLWOOD Ferriday seniorg nominated for Woodrow Wilson Foundation Scholarship and Dan- forth Foundation Scholarshipg ODKg SLTA vice presidentg Kappa Alpha officer. - f . -'dw woplmlorzlle' g,AmrNursw AW 5 f D5 a , ff p I .,., tp W i , ff? Q ' A f 2 CAROLE EADY KILPATRICK West Monroe seniorg Writers' Clubg Senior Board presi- dentg Phi Mug Delta Omicron. BARBAI11 2 SARAH SLOAN Monroe senlor Panhellemc Councll presldent, Senlor B Bastrop Jumor R631 dent Women Students Councll oard vlce presrdent Wesley Foundatlon, Wrlters Club CHARLOTTE SALLEY Monroe juniorg D e l t a Omicron p r e s i d e n tg starred in Fine Arts productions 'cNine Girlsv and "Barretts of Wimpole Street." DELORES CLACK Bastrop senlor Women's R651 dent Hall proc torg Harris Hall presidentg B 1 g Sisterg SLTA. .!...,. . Lgfg' X, . ge, . .Y Day. Honor Society. KEITH PETTWAY Vicksburg, Miss. seniorg nominated for Danforth and Woodrow Wilson Foundation Scholarshipsg Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. -Riu MARGIE C. HOLLOWAY Delhi seniorg Home Economics Club Award l962g Senior Boardg . J AN BUSBY Chase juniorg T. H. Harris Scholarshlpg Pyrenees Scholarshipg Honor Society presidentg Foreign Language Award 1962 Honors VAN ROSS NOLAN Monroe seniorg ODK vice presidentg Scabbard and Bladeg football letterman. CAROLYN GARRETT Winnfield senior' Cos er Hall re ident Resident Women . .VJ ,- Monroe 1 Senior B Phi Mn Honor S ship Awa Oak Grc Students . , p p S 9 Students Councrlg Alpha Mu Upsilon secretary. . .,- v 1 N N . A' , .-nl F- :,n'l1 'f' J CAMILLA HARMON Monroe junior, Honor SOCICTY presldent, Senior Boardg Mu Alpha Theta officerg Phi Mu vice presidentg Writers, Clubg Honor Societ Awardg Phi lVlu Scholar- Y ship Award. LORRA IN E LAYTON Oak Grove juniorg Breard Hall presidentg Resident Women Students Councilg Writers, Club. ti-3 E-I3 I0 ,rt, M SARA WOMACK Bastrop seniorg T. H. Harris Scholarshipg Phi Beta Fraternityg Speech Clubg College 4'South Pacificw castg 'cNine Girlsl' cast. -Wfwswsiwwd M 5 i TOMA GROSS Pioneer- juniorg Dormitory Councilg R e s i d e n t Women Students Councilg NLSC Student Nurses, Association officerg Big Sisterg SGA. WYNN JEFFERSON Monroe juniorg Pershing Rifles commanderg Gymnastics Team. WHO'S WHO DIANNE GARRETT Monroe juniorg T. H. Harris Scholarshipg AOPi Scholar- ship chairmang Outstanding physics student. PATRICIA ANN FORD Monroe seniorg High School Honor Schol- arshipg Senior Boardg Honor Societyg Writers, Clubg Phi Mu chaplain. rf 9 ' s xr V PHILLIPPE OSZUSCIK Duval, Fla. seniorg Honor Societyg ODK treasurerg' Kappa Pig Concert Band and Orchestrag Twin City Symphony. SHEILA TOWNLEY Monroe senior, Mu Alpha Thetag Sen1or Board secretary treasurerg NLSC Geographic Societyg Social Science Club. Rosedale, Women 5 Sisterg SL' Winnf' ld Shlderitz 4 I ,WWM ,,,, , fm M' QWZMC My 1 ix - r as J fa 25 W 4 y fr X X , ,, 'rw Z Kg, ,, 1 , , ' , iw X' - ff if- ' ' , " Z Q' M 6 Do I get a lollipop for being so brave is 4 ? J rf 4, ge ? vs, af QE fl 9 Z ,f ariations Honor Society president, Camilla Harmon, pre- sents a gift from the organization to guest speaker, Mrs. Edward -Hayward. Bill Bobo, SGA president, presents scissors to Mrs. George T. Walker to cut ribbon for formal opening of new Student Union Building as Dean Fred J. Vogal and President George T. Walker look on. S1 Fifteen m I0 go. the 0: I . ,.q,,N,.-,,,.,,,,..,, ,.,,-A .,: .4. - .' .: ' 'ag . -'J ,gg - zz',a-wiQ'k5i4nmkci Ls.:.a.a,La.1....p4...::.........a..4Li.:g....f:..:.- ....-..-.. .10:......,..4...,J.t...... ....i.... .. -.... ...z...a:fLiL::f:'4. Zmmiuirlfk llll II ll W4 "'Mwy2"f Q GZTX W X f:a,,sM4, h5,g A, , What, me iron? They had to show me how to hold the thing to take this picture! Fifteen minutes before exam and still fifteen pages To Enrich College Days. Too often, the college student becomes so engrossed with aca- demics that other activities play only a minor role. This need not happen at Northeast. The student is given every opportunity to participate in various extracurricular events. In appreciation of outstanding leadership, the college rewards individual students on Honors Day. to go. Who said women are the only gossips? r"""' 'bv . W I A' N-nu , u z 1 I f f ff W 1 , i I i 4 v I 1 l 1 E 4 1 l E , ,mx NN t M ..,:Q.,,,,..,....,. ..... -, -,, .-......' F,-h:...Q.,..a....,,-M .V -A, .ix-Zi.. .-5---.wi-A ag .iz ?41:5'-4?f?Tii ff - --Wfwfmrrfax M MX. 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With the GSC championship on their record, the Indians start off another fine season. f 4 V4 Q :say Wa 4-.,, 5 if 4 ,iv ,W 1 ge WJ X 5 Q X f' , Q 6 , N Q X' W 5 X6 ts X , FYR X N X my xxv, X Q 1 -SSSYSW ,, MSS ' 44 Z 215 , -Q, Q-, gp. -. -b SSX ii N' 'wSx X ,Q ,Q 2. Nxx sxxsl ri is xx K Q S wgw ' 5 1 K N. . S, T AS 5 S Q wx XY x SSB? ' xx , MA X vs wk N QS . A S Ns J X. ,4 ff' M 1 Ig: f + S ,.. . . -i . V .,,, -, .,- .. .. L. Wpivf f, or i..- V . W A van. fn.. ,-wmv. .. ...,.. .. ,. Row I: T. Beaube, C. Williams, T. Latham, P. Vincent, O. Driskell, L. Rambin, W. Foster, J. Nolen, J. McClain, S. Starr. Row II: J. Kelly, K. Thornhill, D. Mann, R. Graham, R. Myrick, R. F. Wilson, J. McBroom, A.'Thomas, W. Clement. Row III: A. Fontenot, P. Hollier, J. Thrailkill, C. Jones, S. Posey, W. Drost, M. Cooper, F. Morris. Row IV: S. Smith, T. Allen, P. Percy, R. Nolan, J. LaCoste, J. Alewine, D. King, O. J. Louviere, R. Lampard Row V: D. Payne, K. Newton, J. Kirkendall, W. LaSalle, M. Douglas, W. Ragan, J. Love Y. Bondurant. Row VI: L. Allen, W. Foster, N. Daniels, M. Doucet, D. Elkins, J. U. Liner, M. Dore, J. Giambelluca, D. Faircloth. Row VII: S. Wilson, C. Colvin, R. Pomier, R. Chalaire D. Jacobs, W. Graves, G. Franklin, R. Mosley, R. Payne. Row VIII: Managers C. Viscardis T. Perry, E. Williams. Football, 1962 . . . QRS? ERT Y Ur Athletic Director Head Football Coach COACHING STAFF Coaches found in a happy mood are, seated, Lenny Fant and Robert Grosecloseg stand- ing, Jim Coats, Leon Manley, Robert DeMoss and George Luffey. 6 1 l0E THRA Over defens a Wd gai: against the B 74 dif,R0ss Br ,hard 'mlm Stad X t u li 1vG5W' :wtf I If W ,, A FOOTBALL 1962 RESULTS NE OPP. 0,4 ,,,... - ..,.. Lamar Tech .....,,,..,, ,------- 1 4 14 ,-,,,,. ...... E ast Texas State ,,,.,,, -.------ 1 2 17 ,,-.,,, ...... N orthwestern .,,,,----..,, --,, - --18 8 ,,,.,,, ......... M cNeese ,,,,,,,,,,,, - ,,,.,,,, ,-.,,--, 1 3 12 ,,,,,,, ..... . Southeastern ..,. -.-.,--- 1 3 10 ,-,..., ...... S outhwestern ........,. H, -,-, 18 13 ,,,,-,, ..... . Louisiana Tech .,.,,. ,,.-- 6 0 ,,-,,,, ..... . .Delta State ....... --,,,,,, 1 2 Indians in the starting line-up are given individual pictures in this section. KEN NEWTON C201 meets Lamar Tech Cardinal halfback, Harold Lafitte, C205 head-on after a short gain on an end sweep as Indian teammate Wendell Drost C835 moves in to help. Lamar outbattled the Indians 14-0 1 in the Tribe's first game of the season. The Indians The Lamar Tech Cardinals, powerhouse of the Lone Star Conference, proved too much for the Northeast Tribe in their first game of the ,62 season which ended in a 14+-O loss. Halfback Ken Newton was the Tribe's leading hall carrier, picking up 67 yards. Ronnie Myrick carried Northeast to a I4-I2 triumph over East Texas State in its second outing. JOE THRAILKILL, Northeast State halfback, bowls over defensive halfback Harold Lafitte C205 after a good gain in the Indian's season opening contest against the Lamar Tech Cardinals. BILLY FOSTER Guard BIC ROSS NOLAN C74-J brings Lamar Tech Cardinal halfback Ronnie Wright C223 down hard at the line of scrimmage during the Northeast Indians' season opener at 75 Brown Stadium. Northeast State's sophomore quarterback Ronnie Myrick is hobbled by Northwestern defender Larry Crow 1161 as Wendell Drost fleftl moves into position to throw a block at the Demon's 270 pound tackle John Odom f77l. Northeast looked like a real winner for three quarters before Northwestern staged a strong rally to clip the Indians, 18-17, in their homecoming game. The lndians piled up a 17-6 advantage on the strength of a touchdown in the first quarter by Ronnie Myrick, a 241--yard field goal and an eight-yard TD run by Gordon Salsman in the second stanza. Vincent booted both extra points. Freshman Robert Payne was Northeast's offensive ace, rolling up 60 yards on seven carries. The Indians lost their second consecutive GSC game in the last half to McNeese State when the Cowboys rebounded for a 13-8 comeback win. McNeese wrapped up the game with a TD midway through the third quarter. TOMMY LATHAM End 49:0 ff .ut M M 821 DEVONE PAYNE Fullback STANLEY STARR Joi: ALEWINE SMAN Center Tackle 76 G ORDON SAL Halfback Robert Paine joe llcclam Paced by 3 back P619 all over tlt in Hammt ttotlt 74 ye Southwest goals to 1 over Nort pott. Pete Vine of the Tr all ten 0 extra poit I .lite B otttnjtt of he bt. 933 Sur Dttgnp if alld R10 li FEW de Ittdl, Nth inf R b lg Payne C225 attempts to spin free after being collared by a Louis'an T h df d . lVI'k C 12 Jqiie 1VIcClain C625 cut down Bulldogs in the secondary. Northeast upset its aicharivsfs 132.en er 1 e Ooper Q D and Paced by a fine offensive performance by quarter- back Pete Vincent, Northeast pushed Southeastern all over the field but still lost a squeaker, 13-12, in Hammond. Vincent paced all ground gainers with 74 yards on'12 carries. Southwestern's L. I. Poimboeuf booted two field goals to pace the Bulldogs to an 18-10 verdict over Northeast in the State Fair game in Shreve- port. Pete Vincent'and Robert Payne handled the bulk of the Tribe ball carrying, with Vincent tallying all ten of the Indians' points on a touchdown, extra point, and field goal. E m l f z 'L0e20Becl1gPaYI1C, seven-year-old son of Mrs. H. of his? HYIIG, wears the sideline jacket of one east St lg lirothers, Devone, r., during the North- Devon afe' Hat Texas game in Commerce, Texas. and Ji ES 21 Junior fullback on theulndian squad, halfb is other brother, Robert, IS a freshman ac - The boys' father, Devone Sr., coached Eilitglgiiffgli from 1954 through '57 before his Sometimes Brilliant, Sometimes Erratic A BAND OF INDIANS brings down Northwesternls freshman fullback Bobby Parker C365 after a short gain during Northeast's game in Brown Stadium. The Demons edged the Tribe, 18-17. RONNIE MYRICK CMO, Northeast State's sophomore quarterback, rolls around end for a good gain during the Indians' game against East Texas State in Commerce, Texas. Myrick, the Tribe's. total offense leader as a freshman, carried the fighting Indians to a 14--12 VICIOIY over the East Texans. The Redskins Were Exciting EWTON KE1fIiffback WENDELL DROST iX.J ' PETE VINCENT Quarterback Northeast State end Carlyle Wil- liams f84J is wrestled to the ground by Lamar Tech's Richard Prejean C405 after hauling in a pass from Indian quarterback Ronnie Myrick during the Tribe's first game of the 1962 grid season against the Tech Cardinals. End LARRY RAMBIN X X sa Managers Eugene W7rl'liams, Curtis Perry. A Guard hh in-. -1 ' ' 1. Viscardisv and Tvmfrw PAYNE f301, Northeast State fullback, rolls up the yardage during 'fthe 'East Texas State game in Commerce, Texas, and Joe Alewine 1703 moves M3 'io throw 3 block- PHYHC Played a big part in the Indians' 14-12 triumph over Nl!e1East Texans. .nu 'Wt 'W IQ ,e I ? - ll 17:55 f 'W . , QI, fi 'V 9- fHf,,, R ' i jfs 4,'j,jt1w' , f? ,.f. ,. , 1 J S . 1 4 qv 55" -. '-emi? 4 iw. It ruff, 'WQ3' , 1 Q'1Q'XyJ.',':E aw'-M ffl ,tl - 4. uni' l 'A fn - 11 . ' 1'-f 4 7 :Iwi ig.. V Q 31 Wet. , ,W xv. 1,1 1 1 ,f ,gi .5-if l up 'I' 1 ' A A '5 il 1 ' Q1. Q: . if ill 'itll fl . N. 'L 11.3 " ag.. me G07 mom iumpll 'We' 2 I 2 M lr X + LAMAR TECH halfback Harold Lafitte C205 eludes a desperate diving tackle attempt by Northeast defender 0. J. Louviere f63J. The Tech Cardinals managed a 14-0 victory over the battling Tribe. Northeast's freshman halfback Robert Payne is hauled down by two Louisiana Tech defenders after rolling around right end for a large gain. Payne figured prominently in the fired-up Tr1be's upset, 13-6, triumph over the Bulldogs. And Unpredictable.. ROSS NOLAN Tackle J f 4 liii T . .,,,, as ...,.,, ,xx 'x w '43 W f ..f ,A f 1 Vfffx M' r , f t. H, ' f .aw X , . ly ,. ,ff 3 'Y ' QW ,4,.,,, a K 2354 .3 ,, 'r 'Wi 'f 1 af '92, .,, A 7' -N Qu- V. 5:12212 'f 5? 3 a ii., ,I : ,-A.-Q, ., ,4,.t.5g.Z iv ffkl'-as' fi iwl' Infiniti Billy Graves i6D. .foe McClain C621 and Ken Newton 41201 flry for the stop on Louisiana Teclfa Wayne Noland C411 before a packed Brown Stadium. The Indians wong 13-6. Cheerleaders Reflect School Spirit. JEANIE DUFFEY K 3 7. V ' 'fd ' J SANDRA PETERS nl KATHY HARBERT Il' 1-' xfllll BARBARA JEAN McCOY - fx: Q W, .12 I , x R I Ill' V All 1 'yi 80 lllflfnllll llllll llllll LINDA MANGUM HAZEL JEAN ROBERSON X A R . .Q .X w fix A X ig? . I 4 Defending GSC chaml my Johnson Secon Swearnngen, Mike Lu 4 311. T' A tial Aa ,gn-q Defending GSC champs are, First row: Coach Lenny Fant, Irby Gamble, Tommy Enloe, Stuart Toms, Albert Krause, Truett Nolan, Manager Lanny Johnson. Second row: Milton Linder, Billy Brooks, Malcolm George, Ji Swearingen, Mike Lazenby, Larry Butler, .lames Brian. 'll U -Q, 'Eff SGW, .af 2 if is A7 K As 24,45 A fn W all 4 Q 1 ,wif my S' who ir my fvffyi - 2,4 Z ,fnwfgf ftgxgaoff fayqf iyy V 'Q ,Q pig? A Y flfya, M, X7 A., Ag is ,Z 42' Vt Y 'gin . AQ: 6,975 X Law., a cj: Baptist , ev Te S M0nr0e,Lf1- frfwfsfr' awfsfefykfff-xg 1 ,H ff ,MQW .xt is Eudora, Ark. -aamarf - by f Clwxggjk ,gf ,, is! Z-if 1 WgtXf A Monroefv '. PP Carey, f ' MSN! M -if , QS, 15 ff? V1 ' cm :EU ll0BEll.- Bap i qw MonroQZyf ZSZV , ' S , M iz, Amy, cg ,iw Q SYM X D005 Jonesligg, -- Jan. U gan. an. 6 W M ftechnic ta onroe, ,W J 19 W W W 1. ,435 La an. of ,ef State if ' ' Q Jan 41.57 fe QM X y lsflmgjyfia tit' 31 I gi :A ,av M-ff' ffk M gff wa, NW, rf A , W H. , , La. e t e S d La. if is F A eff , 5pthwestern ggM0Hf0ev La- cx-ZV aifziwf f 111A f mmy Walker, Jerry Salley. Third row: Robert Cook, Lawson S! Basketball COACH LENNY FANT FII? E4 43 ef., oz rf" lt. wifi moz lc 0 0 0 W ,Q 31 54,5 . xXx 7 an JM f X B 5 X J x 'P , fs 8 1 . I fx,,,...f Finishing their college basketball careers this year are, reading from left, Milton Linder, Malcolm George, both forwards, Robert Cook, center, and Stuart Toms, guard. l 1 Linder 4225 driv ' f . State. Walker is atesigliltl. or a layup against Mississippi The Tribe Was Terrific S thern State Same' 201115-is well covered as he tries to make. a shot in the 011 00k IS at left. f U ' 1 N ' ifiiif 1 L if :fm J, Q. ,fi'M: N35 Terrifii - :W .wc riffs' A X, 1-'Uh' Kea f-" ,.I-' AR T ',,,,.....1--L Z,- 5 ROBERT COOK Center . 5 fe ......,. . . ,:,,., Xwxm Ny, 'MWNN QNWN r, f V! N I xv' , fx lv N 1 has f f , X X X 2 5 if . f 2 W 5' 2 W f v wf s 5 , , 5, Q 5' 'rx . ..,,.. X ' 3 'Z- , ff fr' fr- ! ff-'W' S X if if ng.,-f ' sf? S, Aix, . MILTON LINDER Forward STUART TOMS Guard JIMMY WALKER Forward IRBY GAMBLE Guard Walker fires one in the Lamar Tech game in Monroe despite the defensive efforts of Tech's Don Bryson. MALCOLM GEORGE JERRY SALLEY Forward Guard J X Y i T2 Cook eludes three William Carey defenders and adds two more points to the scoreboard. Cook goes high for two points against Southern State. ,,,,.,., ,,,, .,, , . , - N Q ,A , I if qs t G . .Y- W X tx X Q . -V :A 1 5 ,X 7,- 4 Q! ,A if I i .v 1 TRUETT NOLAN JAMES BRIAN Guard Forward r , Q2 jf' 15515. if f aff ' 7 , iv 44 530, 1 S' ii .o.roro. N N x N 'ci Nil L A Jimmy Walker C44 in white? and Lamar Tech's Carrol Aulbaugh trade swats at the ball as Indian Milton Linder f22J watches. :ff if Jerry Salley fires his jump shot against Lamar as Jimmy Walker watches. N,m' A f ,,,.w,4 t if 'Q , i,f, X , 'li f f , S I N ox 4d - 1 f-'-- E a f? 55,5 f f- 1 VZWI-' 4. ,ff ly f ,Q W , , ,.fv- j ' fog ' ' f ? W' -ffxif ' KW gd- -- ff ' f , ,, IW, To ', A , ,, ,. 1 I V A ,Q ve, ' 2 :- - J ff ffff 'Q f f I flip '1j,:- , , ,f 54719 " if A ..,.,., wi f MIKE LAZENBY BILLY BROOKS Forward Another G C Crown , X ' wg 4 , c ' 02 X .1 me three Delta Statesmen flat-fo oted as he goes up for a shot. Linder is at rivht. Northwestem 26. Northeast 27, Sol louisiana Tech li Northttestern 30. Louisiana Tech Norlhwestem 28 Northwestern 21 Gulf States Conf Northwestern Louisiana Tec Southwestem Southeastern ' Nltrtheast 112 MCN 5 t Lux .. W . 1 sv' 1 1 g Q 1 LARRY Bgn-Ui M95 iimzs.. H ,.,,,. - we f f M DAVE HANKINS GAYLAND LEBLANC LEE INEICHEN JOHN BAKER - X . , ,,:'-we Cross Countr 1962 RESULTS Northwestern 26, Northeast 29 I Northeast 27, Southwestern 28 Louisiana Tech 19, Northeast 40 Northwestern 30, Northeast 40, Louisiana Tech 50 Northwestern 28, Northeast 48, Southwestern 48 Northwestern 24, Southeastern 45, Northeast 54 Gulf States Conference Meet- Northwestern 42 Louisiana Tech 62 Southwestern 64 Southeastern 74 Northeast 112 McNeese 160 Front row: Dave Hankins, Gayland LeBlanc, Bill Smith, Charles Golightly, John Baker, Tom Brown. Second row: Manager Gene Ford, George Abbott, Lee Ineicher, Tommy Gossett, Bob Groseclose, coach. -r"" N 'tk CAPTAIN TOM BROWN GEORGE ABBOTT lf Qt R i 2 A A A - fi ' 1 ROBERT GROSECLOSE Coach Date March 2 March 9 March 16 March' 26 March 30 April 6 April 10 April 13 April 20 April 27 May 4 May 11 Track 1963 Schedule Meet Southwestern Recreation Meet East Texas All-College Meet Shreveport Relays Louisiana Tech Dual Meet Florida Relays Mississippi State Triangular Meet Northwestern Triangular Meet Southwestern Relays Northwestern Relays Northeast Tringular Meet fNorthwestern, Arkansas A8zM, Northeastl Northeast Invitational Gulf States Conference Meet Site Fort Worth, Tex. Commerce, Tex. Shreveport, La. Ruston, La. Gainesville, Fla. State College, Mi Natchitoches, La. Lafayette, La. Natchitoches, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Ruston, La. First row: Bill White, Cline Averett, Tommy Slack, Tommy Edmonson, Bob Stratton, Bill Smith, Don Brant, Ronnie Williams. Second row: Randall Walker, John Baker, Gerald Waguespack, Dalton LeBlanc, .lay Goldsmith, Charles Golightly, John Pennel, Woody Pence Third fowf Coach Bob GIOSCCIOSC, Mike Wilson, Gayland LeBlanc, George Abbott, David Hankins, Tom Brown, Lee Ineichen, Charles MCDOIIH Eugene Franklin, Manager Gene Ford. SS 'lk e.LL JOHN PENNEL John Pennelas pole vault March 23 in the Memphis Relays set the world record, bettering the existing standard of 16 2M set by Finlandis Pentti Nikula in 1962. Pennel's great vault also broke the US and US college records and established the 22- year-old Northeast senior as one of America's top collegiate vaul- ters for four years. He was the first college freshman ever to clear 15 feet, going 15M in the Chattanooga Relays with an aluminum pole in the prefiberglass pole era when 15- foot vaults were rare. Before clearing 16-3, Pennel had vaulted over 15 feet nine times and held numerous meet records. Pennel, of Miami, Fla., also has career bests of 191-9 in the javelin, 23- 2 in the broad jump and 6-111 in the high jump. He holds the iational record for softball throw vith a toss of 315 feet. His 16- 5 vault made him the second Northeast student to hold a world track record. Don Styron, who has completed his college eligibility but is still a Northeast student, holds the record of 21.9 in the 220-yard low hurdles. "pig Pact ' MM WALKER, BAKER, AVERETT, WILSON Mile Relay RANDALL WALKER 4-40 Dash and Relays .Lan E bang -5.4.-,.-....,1.,',, ,W -,,,..q .WWMMN ,,.M, ,.,,,...,- Q P ' , , .. 1 H 1 I fi 440 Yard .Relay Team- GOLDSMITH, LeBLANC, McDONALD BRANT. CHARLES McDONALD Sprints and Relays 90 JOHN BAKER 440 Yard Dash and Relays 'kv JAY GOLDSMITH Sprints and RelaY5 W yu r,,,f4-v sk' Lk'- B J fl jfvlllflmll a lil Kelly: BOB STRATTON Hurdles and High Jump Z 3 T, if .- ' . if ,., .y X x D 1 ' 1' , J I: x fha .,!i " K j' . N., -W s,.:"1'f""' 'lx X-wwf-4f,.., '- Am X XX , ... i 1 , it XX, ww EUGENE FRANKLIN Hurdles and High .lump TOMMY EDMONSON Pole Vault and Broad Jump 1 DAVID HANKINS Distance GEORGE ABBOTT Distance GAYLAND LeBLANC Middle Distance 9l I U W . R, , R , f U , RTHEA 1 f -4 P? Q :QI T CLINE AVERETT 440 Dash and Relays DALTON LeBLANC BILL WHITE Distance Hurdles, Sprints, and Relays MIKE WILSON 440 Dash and Relays WOODY PENCE Sprints and Relays Spgri? a1?1fSA1QrfayS 92 'G TOMMY POIN DEXTER Middle Distance ,as - N ,9. UH -. .gr LEE INEICHEN Middle Distance BILL SMITH ,Z s. Q ll XBTHEAS ,M Distance TOM BROWN Middle Distance CHARLES GOLIGHTLY Middle Distance I f r In D1 N' I f ll .V I, :Q I M ,jim Q 4 , f - , A1 A .z-... - iz iicn c me V 1 'VL' 'WW fi ,,:,jW , sn JV, ',Q,:lyjgiQ.,i ,f A' 7,44 ml M ' TOMMY GOSSETT M , M Middle Distance A L v,f"" f,,- I 1 ' 3 ,qw ' 1' V V ' 4-w:,,,,,4W,, "vm A W-'HMM 7-73., , " H , 1 2 f hm naw 'f2'i'?7fw-1' -' ff ' "- ff , H' " 4 ' ,.. , " ' , 2' 1 cf -'fu - 1 2, 'fn-if wi ' ,f l im 1,2 1 , ,lifffa ,f ' M gun LIAMS 'f L' RONNIE WIL .4frWfz,fzff,fW,ZlV 'W"4',. f ' W-.ug'.,,'5""" ' High .lump iran! i Hu, Fzrst row Jimmy Cromwell Butch Mchllilillarau Charles Eykest JOCY KinC5ideK'R,It?k5Q,?5fngPOn Senn S d D M C t Johnny Pace lke mnere o, ynn ausey, 3 , Ogef Te 1' Thigh!! rhchlv Cddgh Cegiglie Luffey Jerry Godwin Floyd Murry, Bobby Lockwood, Ed Quimby Ronald Davies David Whitworth Dick Crow Baseball 1963 Schedule Date Opponentl March 19-Ark. A8zM at Monroe March 21-Southern State at Magnolia, Ark March 23-Southern State at Monroe March 26-Ark. A8zM at Monticello, Ark. March 29-Delta State at Monroe March 30-Delta State at Monroe April 2-Southwestern at Lafayette April 6-Southeastern at Monroe April 8-Northwestern at Natchitoches April 10-McNeese at Monroe April 20-Louisiana Tech at Monroe April 22-Southwestern at Monroe April 27-Southeastern at Hammond April 29-Northwestern at Monroe May 4--McNeese at Lake Charles May 6-Louisiana Tech at Ruston E Pitcher JOHNNY PAC r--dhlfilrz R Lf-:Zh 1' 'vimrm GEORGE LUFFEY Coach N JAMES CROMWELL Short Stop BOBBY LOCKWOOD P1tcher CHARLIE DYKES N Third Base "TH I1 1, or ' f W S S' V , , nf. f'ft ,Q I I "Q f' , Mfsgifwa Q M 4 ,A gg 4,4 f is? it 1 Qi Q? R E Y 4 A ,f,ff'!.. Zi 'Z ,, xl' if K ' -N Y 1 .X RONNIE DAVIES Pitcher DAVE MCCARTY Outfielder NL , ...,, , ,f ' 4 Six ENN KEITH PRINCE DON S EDP?:ggg.BY First Base Second Base fn x LYNN CAUSEY FLGYD MURRY - MICHAEL TINNERELLO MIKE VINING JOHN HALL Outflelder Outfielder , 4 N4 X W 'Q . K X Sm A 'I 6 7 -.Lf 4 W, L, , W V .4 f-EZ, V -f ' ., , .44 ,, W lx , f , , , wt:-'ww I f A 7 ,Xl 1 I n 72 4' .I .qv ' , 4 f I 1 w 'I sf. ill' if v Y. I ff K f 5 f , Ae I . ' 4 N 41" EA 5 milf I f Q r 49 , 2 36 Ill' A f RX' f' 1 xl: I 1 I nl Q X r gl 5 2 f Na 5223 4 f i f 17 'H ' Q f 2? K .ml 4- ar ! f X ff f ff, Q Ml il. A f W 7 6 f X , ,lu lu: gl 0 7 X 1 x Z 2 if f f J F Sn fag W ww fm Q -mf' f Z f ,Q f N7 'gg I .lx 5, I W J ab X W W f A A fx if 4 ,W A WSW' f 7 f W X ROGER GREER First Base Pete Wcwhom ,WEL and R 4 n-A ' ,QV- i ? R LL 1 Vx u F x 'x ! P X X Xw X , X N Tenms y XJ Pete Vlncent, R1chard Campbell, Krrk Fxsher, Mlke Boykin, Margo -x .Q H? .HN N. 'xt ' Alvarez, and Robert Statham. JAMES COATS Coach PETE VINCENT Semor Letterman km, X xxx 'NN MARCO ALVAREZ Freshman ROBERT STATHAM Junior Letterman Q' , vw-F1 31- A .... n'.'.'L4't mm .f Hx t QM, is AZ? : L f ' KIRK FISHER Senior Letterman MIKE BOYKIN 'WW' V Sophomore I RICHARD CAMPBELL Freshman QI, ' 1 S ff, Q s""'w1J J 1- . G0 Q x :U Left to right: Mark Womack, Chip I-Uman, Kell Renwick, Ken McCay, Henry Hinkle, Fromleft Coach Bob DeMoss. F1-ajencem X 1 KEN McCAY KEN RENWICK Letterman MARK WOMACK Letterman ' 1 CHIP LYMAN HENRY HINKLE ls Q! 5 I 1 4 F pq-"' From left: David Adams, Wynn Jefferson, Marvin Jordan, Jim Walker, Sam Walker, Thomas Frazier, Gene Huffty. GENE HUFFTY A11 Around mnasties- iw... MARVIN JORDAN THOMAS FRAZIER A11 Around Rope Climb JAMES WALKER All Around WYNN JEFFERSON Still Rings ,N 1? 'I ,,..,,.,.. DAVID ADAMS A11 Around Health and Physical Edl1CHti0I1 , The modern dance requires coordination, rhythm and poise. Mr. Huffman gives a demonstration in first aid. X V . V, .1 A Isometqrics for strength i . i 2 if .. 9 . 5 ' .gl vw , I i X ,,..-f-' 4' ,, . " ' ' Q fao-Gi?" '- G Wfafmwwfw -A17 E4 7 0 Q ,,M,,,, Warn-W Release on the signal. Please hand me a bar of soap. ls this correct. Mr. Huffman? .L 1. How do you get a stri e X i t . 3 i no 4 . - Santa Claus, will you give the winners another prize? u, 5 H. and P.E. majors' Christmas party was great. k ?. Social dance is popular. IOI ,.....-aa1'l""A3"7 Y ' ' i..i..j1-1...ii --... -.........t.-..,...,--...-....-...-,. .. ............... GREEKS OUACHITA PARISH COURTHOUSE . . . The beautiful archi- tecture of th' b 'ld' ' ' ts az mg ts accented by the tall, whzte columns symbolic of the ancient Creeks. ,ff N K X 5 S f of X69 si U my it 'f cfs S :A Q 'L F .r we S it P A A lv ,Q 4 y ,Xf ' w.. . -H f A s ,,,' f,4"Y- Z ' s , 4 Lv' Q.: -x r xipk sw qi- f 1 Y"' LAMBDA TALI CHAPTER N -J President, Norma Jean Magee Vice-President, Carol Wilhite Secretaries, Alice Bulter and Paula Lawrence Treasurer, Grace Cascio K r Lambda 21 mem Sfrives U Christmi a Party 1 Home iil First row: . Wanda Adcock, Carol Baker, Carol Bryan, Alice Butler, Jennle Carroll, Ann Chapman, Bobhylea Evans. Second row: Jeanne Foster, Carlyn Fota, Deanna Furlow, Michelle Goodwin, Diane Heard, Anne Hemphill, Helen Jackson. Third row: Lillian Johnston, Diane LaGrange, Paula Lawrence, Lee Ann Lewis, Eliza- beth McEnery, Norma Magee, Anne Pankey. Fourth row: lndy Reagan, Jeanne Rogillio, Beverly Sanders, Bettye Screpetis, Keith Sxgrest, Pam Sims, Betty Thompson. Fifth row: Pat Twiner, Priscilla Villa, Carol Wilhite, Sheila Williams, Cecilia Wood. x J i K il ' 'A .-1 id W l Lambda Tau chapter was installed at Northeast with 27 members on March 1, l956. The organization strives to promote dignity, character, and scholarship. Christmas was a busy time for the girls who gave a party for a group at the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home and their yuletide dance. Freshmen get first taste of rush at AOPi Hawaiian social ,fa 4 , 2-W' W., was A212 fw AOI'l LPH 6 1 4 RHO CHAPTER R , ., 1? tv 1 - '-' - M, .1 1, 1 A f 'f f 13 A X a 11121 '1 '1 1 li iii 111 1 1 2 11 l Z 1 Zig, 52 ,55 1 1 X- E, ya ?1iaJ1fm 1,.Y i1,11g,! 1 xl: 1 1 ,f11 ,g,,,,1.1. ai . 11111 M5 1 I ,1x I 4 Q-Q,-Q - , ff 1 l il' I 1 ,1- ,111 ti "1 F if if is ? " -1 1 191 A 5,31 WH ! , . 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'1 E1 1 11121 1 111 avail 1?21112f'1 1 111f,1111112111e E1 1 E111 11111 1!1 11 z 2 '1 1 . l,fQlJ?5, 315115 111 11 Pres1dent,1f1'16lHymfm ,, , -.f , ..g,,, 1f 11, ,,1f1f' 1. , W 1 1,11 , , '1 1 1 111i .1 M11,-11 11Q, .,s, ., , -, Q, 3-,, 55' giklfsimi if My 11:21-f lx 111 .1911 '11 1 11 1 5611 ' - - ' , 1 1 V1ce-President, Camilla Harmon 'ft VZZKQMW H 12111i2i11i1l1Sgi511k1551'1, W1'11'1g511 1151, '11 11115 ,11 1.1, 15 2 11 11 3 ,, . d L' d R 1 1 1 1 1 SeCfefa11eS1Glen'f'1 MCCW an W " OW f l'f t '5 151 513' 11'11111112gitE'iilil1211s5 1 1 1, Treasurer, Mllfy Jane Young 11 511 -, t 31 1 x11 E l 1 Phi Mu W e nl!! group been haviI15Th, OI 1956. 6 . onfl urage C iid ladefsh cludtll in Its 1 l i 'Y 5 ,H -Y First row: , Penny Alger, Sharon Ary, Cecilia Bland, Susan Broomfield, Jerri Byers, Marilyn Cannon, Judy Clark, Betty Anne Coats, Mary Coon. Second row: Billie Sue Dixon, Bobbie Faye Ervin, Alma Faulk, Ma Ford, Connie Green, Jan Hallmark, Camilla Harmon, Eleanor Harmon, Susan Hawkins. Third row: Hazel Hoben, Janet Hyman, Karen Keith, Jeanne Loftin, Jane' Loker, Betsy McBride, Linda Mangum, Cherie Martin, Mary Kirby Mooney. Fourth row: Lana Murray, Joyce Mullins, Judy Neal, Virginia Nolan, Pa Mary Jane Parnell, Carol Petty, Susan Pipes, Cheri Pittman, Carolyn Presson. Fifth row: Glenda Rachal, Ann Rinehart, Pam Rudisill, Gail Sawyer, Ann Walker, Sherry Wells, Ellen Walker, Laney Wa Wendorf. Sixth row: Brenda YOHHSQ, Mary Jane Young, Murff White. Dianne Bryant, rcia Files, Pat Lee Milstead, mela 0'Donnel.l, Mary Stoddard, re, Mary Ann 1 NX X l l 2 5 2 3 E4 53' Ei E ,. l F V' E l 7 l i l, 1 11 'sf PM 1 ' H H, ,av f A, ,. ,,1 4, ,..QL+5 1,z.f11,r-....r..............,..n.-n1-...r,-..-.,.--.,,, . 1- 1 1 -.,.. .,,. -W ...,..,,....,...,....-,..a..3..,.....m..,....... .4 --.- .:,....i,.. ..,.....1. .,. . .- r-Y f---- Phi Mu Fraternity was the first panhelle- nic group established on the campus, having heen formally installed April 14, 1956. The organization is designed to en- courage confidence, initiative, scholarship, and leadership. Service projects are in- cluded in its activities. It's fun playing with gifts before Phi Mu's take them to the children's Toy Cart at Conway Memorial Hospital. 1 , em' 'fQmf.'. Q X 1 Q ,s - 4 X 4 IVVVI, Az I 9-:.., W ,, v O -- W 7' vf I 1 ., gi an CDM First row ' GAMMA NU CHAPTER 1 v f 1 ,, X , W , rr... E Q ,,,. X ,- .2 1 A rw .M ,, 1 ah, 1, y X511 11, ig, 5 11, wi 115 ,, W1 ,. 1 1 , 1-...W ,-ff--f:'f"'v2"1f' "7" Q' 1, 1 or o W of A a w f 1, M if' Q 'SW f wif CX 45252 1 fag? 5 i r, gg 5, , fi ,A , gow A , , , 1 1' ef 1' 'asf f , 1 1 I of 51 1 wg Q M 5 J 11 WA Qgiffii Q fqn A1124 3 ,' at 1 '- 25.1 91, 11' gl ff 1 - ' VS f1l1 IW ? . 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Second row: Gary Cox, Malcolm Decelle, Bud Harrison, Henry Hinkle, W. J. Hodge, Leon Johnson, Chip Lyman, John Louve, Jerry McCarty. Third row: A Lyn McCready, Ken McKay, Jerry Martin, Mike McCready, Kenneth Mul- lhlezfirn, Pete Mulhearn, James Moeller, Jerry Neal, Abner Neill, Sam o an. Fourth row: Walter Ostter, Steve Parker, Robert Perkins, Bill Pippen, Bill Quenan, gen Renwick, Tommy Ritter, Lucian Shockey, Barry Simpson, Charles napp. Fifth row: Parnell Stockstill, Max Summerville, Lawson Swearingen, Bill John, James Taylor, Randy Thomisee, Joe Thompson, John Tolar, Ronny Walker Ronald Walters. ' QWIQ L ... un ' ' 219' ' G,c Vi .- LJ ' V ,Arr JD? 1, Xa -jfs' 65 is I 'N ' l ,515 QV' PT LES Number Ig Joe Thompson Number II, J. L. F urlow Number III, Ken Renwick Number IV, Richard Alwood Garrlffl w X. SX iiX C ' W. S f X X f 'f ,W X W . N gwoicwgw 2 ,1 to X- , Tl ' Et I s o 2 Q X X V I S W 4 X xwf X XXY X I ji- W1 , A X JW NN gf, M I , 5 to 1 x, X eg SZX X SSX i f nw fr- C X ab S ,rw asia S X X - if, ffff Syg- , . , ses ZW. KXXS r ,, W JUVQ? , Q Jw X R S fag ., s X. X , , XF f . . Q . XXX, is f X a Nl Noliheast C national Sq to the ideal Its most OU tionaloldl '39 121. 2 B1 J U I I 08 1 Gamma Nu chapter was installed at Northeast on December 8, 1956. The national social fraternity is dedicated to the ideals of southern chivalry, ex- emplified in General Robert E. Lee. Its most outstanding event is the tradi- tional Old South Ball. ss ,. ' if " . wwf X 4 ia if Z 1 w s ! W1 1 2, 7 Q ..., ,,.V:,:v x ix J ff 5 it f is Z E ' 2 . --" ' .H'W7.2Ef'fAf , ::5sgs5s.jiwgffigQj"5igiw: w' f, t his .,::: X, A , Q4 7: Sf! 74 3, A MW-if Y , f ,vw ' uf, f z. , 5 - ---- " s ' Q 5 ft s ' ag X 5 , . H, ' ' as ms of G' 1 to ,, ff' ,X ef Q M., wi' , ff? f fy X X 'X z fff"- C' UW'-S NJ .. -- -,, foggy! ',1 Y' X 1 4 ' X ff A . ,.1tf::.a. lp. 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QW A E f ,A 'QQ Mm W f " l be if . i fp ' ' .55 -Q E' I ,, , is y i , I I Q . gf X a if I M' dl u l X KA BETA NU CHAPTER Hifi Gi - President, James M cGough Vice-President, Larry Rambin Secretary, Robert Fava Treasurer, Gerald Williams First raw: Thomas Claridge, Clyde Elliott, William Erwin, Robert Fava, Richard Foster, Robert Hutts. Second row: Marvin Jordan, Glynn Lightsey, Elbert Lozes, James McGough, Ronald Morris, Virgil Nix. Third row: Rodney Nolan, B on P ll, Ed ' R 't , H hl R , G E Sanders, Richard gil-iovan.0we Wm al am ersc e Yan eorge X W s Yr X F ourth row: 3 X , Louis Swann, Francis White, Steve White, Doug Williams, Gerald Williams o James Zambee. ' I if , m A I R a I a sv, 3 s l 0 .v ffiy N.. 'lx ?'af'76f A A 1 A ,ln Nollheast strives to howls ual M155 and 17 U volelll ac its meulll 'E ., - ga, fy l l F R f fi gf: yi 1 3' - tif fy L J, -L ,Ja -. ,,ffs,, - li' liar ' -1 : 4 f riff ,Eu Q tix: if ' ' PM t' ., , ,x 4, il 2 I--4' y l J l- 'Y A I Northeast's newest national social fraternity strives to promote ideals of manhood, brother- hood, and citizenship. Sigma Tau honors Cen- tral Missouri State College as its birthplace and 17 men as its founding fathers. Social, cultural, scholarly, recreational, and bene- volent accomplishments are promoted among its members. '-.- . , Q WN i X A X f f M. f W ' fi-1 ZX fe ,X f be XM X 4 L' 1 N M Q 4? A it f 2: x .Q Z X A ll Here is an active group of Sigma Tau fraternity brothers N x 'Z W, YQ 9 , 'X Q kevin Q ,, 6 gg -4 uf X rrr- s -e -+r td dn so piggy: D- ,I K , , , , ,,.:,. N 5 VZ., r. -,,,,,,- , pitt Z 53 X ,I W 2 - 5 Z W t li' , i 1 EPSILQN MU CHAPTER CF ll X 1 t w P 1 S i z S i J sl it First row: s . I Charles Cagle, E. D. Coates, Larry Cook, Ronald Davis, Davis W1u13mS. Second row: John Michael Dunn, Curtis Elbert, Dale Garrett, Ike Garrett, John Hoyt. Third row: David McNeil, Peter Mangum, Randy Mason, Walter Meredith, Edwin Mulhearn. Fourth row: John Rodman, Robert Vance, William Vanore, Eddie Williams, John Williams. President, Robert Vance Vice-President, Ronnie Henry Secretary, David Williams Treasurer, Peter M angam gifts, .- T' Q97 N ig r W 1 -2. QS eiil Was th EEE the Chapw Promvfe brothel ment ill 1116 PM ities is indude l""'- +I I J, 1 V. 4 V J X , , i i tv r we 9 7, aeis E J .Er I 1 'Q i , nz , TKE was the first national social fraternity established at North- east, the chapter being installed in 1956. The fraternity seeks to promote brotherhood, citizenship and scholarship with encourage- ment in the participation in college life. Among its many activ- ities is included the co-sponsoring of the Sadie Hawkins Day. Formals are an important part of fraternity social life X N M WML ss? -' X i X ' -xx' - M11 ,h X it i AZN . ,ff New X Wt , XX5 ' ' lu t , . K' L ' f ,.fw., , '4' ' . ,,..., V ' 4 , :fl K ! I f f I t 1 . X ?Wm Z 7 Q X f X ,. t X X t 5 , ' 5 gs Bl f X .- 44- ff Z ZZ by 1 X sf VM - Sa ! W X I I 1 1 i I I J! 4 ,dl , XJ 5441! 1 ! -'B 'vw J ,br v A 1-gg, N-4 mm 3, E bf I Q , ' i' - Y' ""-'F ,fa W xi N. , f""ig-V' W' i 3 f' .Q A n 1 5 x - by 5 41 H, x f! YQ' ' 4 in K MJ X ' i Fw - T N Wxtgigl x A . w 4 x Vf -9 uf, 5' ' . Q ta itz' ' v 'jg 4 ' hh I ki fr. 4 " , 1' X 'AX ' G 4 I1 I 3' I i 5 X W gg f ,A ' . it L ,Q Y 4 , AJ i ' ifaiqfla J X, , I--if Q Ng -f x Nfssy H- wr H- f. Q A ki. -SX' si f' ,,. ' ' 1 af, R 1' I V, .xg 1 T 5' ,V v,,.-,.., V 'A 'Q - 4-'N 'l'r:.""5"' -w"'.V' 1 -'I A, Anais, ,Q V- 1 --Qi. x X ,dui AM 4 I B, A - - .r t 9- hh' W, A 6 Ill' I X, 2 ig!! x T I ' 9 'M' D T M w is T Q an " Q' 4' ' 5 K. S ti, 5. f X M Q ASQ v D' QA f ,x'.1..' V' ,A 'ws ' if .Ad ' ft I 0 Y J 4 ' aim 'W LIMELIGHT TALENT, SCHOLARSHIP AND BEAUTY . . . All these play major parts in bringing recognition to the College. Il5 ' 3 E 1 F Y T Contestants for the pageant are front center Carolyn Allen Others on first row: Jennie Clare Carroll, Gail Sawyer, Sylvia Hayden, Barbara McCoy Sue Parkerson Betsy McBride and Karen Ann Schell. Second row: Barbara Sharp, Charlotte Goodrum, Linda Cooper, Charlotte Salley Judy Wilhite Sandra Peters Linda Welch Paula Johnston and Cherie Martin. Miss Northeast Pageant The Miss Northeast Pageant is designed to select from a number of the collegeis loveliest and most talented girls a contestant to represent the institution at the Miss Louisiana Pageant. Each organization has opportunity to sponsor a contestant. Coeds compete in evening gown, bathing suit and talent. Judges select Miss Northeast, two runners-up and Miss Congeniality. Northeast has a proud heritage in that many pageant contestants have captured various other significant honors, among these the Miss Louisiana by Diana Jane Smith. Mardi Gras . . . F Queen Shirley Nelson reigns at the annual Mardi G b ll d b Langlinais is her escort. ras a sponsore y Kappa Psi, pharmaceutical fraternity. President Rodney Pictured with th other nominees, Sylvia Hayden, the queen, Shirley Nelson, Betsy McBride, Pat Twiner and Jan Hall- mark. e queen before her selection are ETL:-:.Ln - V- ' It often first pla G, I. T01 3 -f r f Eli' 1 si 3:65 It often pays to he a clown say 1 first place winners Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Tournal, Jr. Q0 IX its , xl , . The Wheels from Lafayette provide music for the evening's dancers ., sf The mystery and intrigue of the Far East helped Carol Jean Nun- nally to be the individual prize winner 1 ll.. I . 1 I SL ! ,Tyr X x f if X If,f Y IW' 1 v 'st ' ,, in 7 MQ? He' W x,+ JI At Northeast State With a Latin flair, second place. Robert Lowery and Judy Keller capture I ,.:-:- L 1 Mothers, Weekend . - - X Q: 5 f , n X fs, 9 1 s . ' 5 f 5 -5. ,ff vm , I '- . ,, :Ari i , .:.,g,:Q:g,g' ,J College life calls for formals modeled by Betty Walker, Paula Johnston, Cissy Parks and Penny Williams. Spring signals beach attire worn by Pat Ainsworth. I22 X XM N eas H A Tahaferro is flanked by daughters Brenda left, and Carole, fight' af mfor , r Carolyn Cllr models at sty 'Tis time mmds X . A X 1 . 1 - ff' E El he y I rf -Ml. S ' I i Mr . . , ' ' - ' ' mal 1 I . ' J .' 5 in A .-, H.,......sJ. fx ' Y , " " A ' ' V ' ,V I , V Y , 5 Q 7.111 L If mforlual Carolyn Cunningham prepares for April showers as she models at style revue. Brings Excitement 'ref 'Qt ' Mrs. Addie Becton and daughter Nancy enjoy tea in Breard Hall after fashion show. 'Tis time for swim suits, Tommie Stockstill re- minds coeds. Sue Parkerson displays dress to answer various needs of Northeast students. 4 777, Q fn f, mffff if! 7Z,gff jx I f 7 ?V',x! f ,4 f 2 Cf? W f' 7,477 " WW7? , f f ,. fm, X ,,, f YQ y,, ' zwf f ff f' 'f w,a7Z2V ,ff ff! if ,47ff,f, W jyf ff, V 7 ' W ffw ff YZ ,Q 2 Q 7:7 3 A ff ff my f off! 1 N w i 1 I in I 7x ,, Z, f ff ff f, Vw, ,ifff ,vflgffff wg, V, , W.. X is , "' 'K' 1 " "' 1113.5-Q. -Q 1-.--1' nn' N Omieron Delta Kappa Phi D6 Richard Alwood .limmy Arnold Lane Ballard Dr. Daniel Dupree Lenny 0. Fant Dr. William R. Hammond Dr. Clint 0. Hanna Dr. T. Eugene Holtzclaw Paul Lasseigne John Letard John Luffey Paul Mann Ross Nolan Sam Nolen Phillipe Oszuscik Keith Pettway Dr G eor e Sixbey Robert Vance Dr GC0fgC T Walker Dr Nathan Wltvman Edward C Whatley 4. Q '03 1 , 4 1 , 'T' 'Zi , 'I fa Hlllm 4 I 4 1 :el . U ' ' U . l ' . 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Nwssxxww sws . is w XNNENN X NQNQQ Xxx Q , Wi ,XE NNNW X X WM., X i fx so assess' a Russell Belaire Ronald Broussayd Morris Brown Richard Caraway John Currey Dr. August Danti Charles Evans Paul Folse Owen Fung Albert Harrington lrvan Hirscbman William Jenkins Robby LeBlanc Dr. Frank Martin Donald Moody Nicklas Perry William Stroud John Wong Teresa Danna A 1- l I me Hall Gail Leleux Carolyn Gllbfe Nancy Ra nd wmmmi a ' a a it 3: X wma was .3353 ft ,. tw. Curie Em PM Ns: 'fha Yung .Um Haig lan lmb S :jj lil! fr. Fmk Hr ff :dd llcfli Y.-:Er PFD? I :mal -3 W-ana , . inf' Wd Pi i ma Epsilon Pi Sigma Epsilon is open to business majors with at least a HC" average and one course in marketing. The objective of the fraternity is to promote brotherhood among members and professional members, and further their knowledge in marketing, selling, and sales manage- ment careers. Ns !. . 14 fz 95 ,,,, ,,,,,. A X Z f 5 f , ff? 1 f 7 Z ff 4 fi f QZ, f , QQ Q l29 .,,....p-avi" 1 f uf y 5 W W W ,WY . ' , , M 4, X 4 .6 f ffm 'S X i peech Club Speech Club mem- bers shown here are busily engaged in details for HBrig- adoonf' major stage production for the spring semester. The organization is in- terested in stimulat- ing enthusiasm in extracurricular ac- tivities, including dramatics, radio, television, and de- bating. Membership is open to all stu- dents who are in- terested in any of these activities. l30 Kappa Pi Delta Alpha chapter of Kappa Pi was or. ganized in 1961. The national hon. orary .art fraternity attempts to stimu. late and promote art on campus and in t h e community. Selective member- ship requires a scho- lastic record woithy of recognition. pI.6.L3 Sylvia P 4 Pill i Del of ta Mihai a ki RW fn IE Uahgnd i mf? an fm? attempts Lili' and pm on MPUS ai bfitlfliye mail Shui mlllllvsai IHSUC fgmrd W of 'Wiliam fir 5 alll Pre-Law Club Charles Blaylock Michelle Goodwin Edward Mulhearn J ack Pankey Sylvia Pritcher Ben Rogers .leffry Sayles Palmer Willet Francis Yeldell Phi Mu lpha Sinfonia 42 ,f fgf J' im i x 4, f ' f 4 rf x f 1 Gareth Bond ' . Tl' Larry Cook Q l Bob Dixon f f M sm- John Dunn f Tommy Ritter Eddie Williams Honor Society Jerri Byers receives from President Walker the cash award which goes to the freshman with highest grade average for the fall semester. 1 Barbara McCoy, Charlotte Salley and Bill Turpin prepare to entertain with music program. H welcomes new members and guests to annual sprin h President Camilla armon g anquetl 1 l l l l l l l N W. ' y Pascal Norris, local attorney and guest speaker, chats with Camilla Harmon before banquet. l I ll Camilla Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hayward SHJOY iI1f01'Ir1ality at a tea which follows Mrs. Hay- ward's talk on Germany. l32 l i MernbCf5 national l speech 3 are, Sea Shirlffl' l and Frm ing, lar bara l Befgy M S0111 and On Delta wome schol musi dents 1+ Q,' 'i', Q'-lag ' 1 1 Beta Members of Phi Beta, national professional honorary speech and music fraternity, are, seated, Gail Sawyer, Shirley Allen, Sue Parkerson, and Francis Yeldellg Stand- ing, Janice Hattaway, Bar- bara McCoy fpresidentl, Betsy McBride, Diane Rober- .. son, and ,lerilyn Gilstrap. D President Omicron Delta Omicron, national professional music fraternity for women, is interested in developing character, and high scholastic attainment and promoting American music and musicians, with emphasis upon the Work of women stu- dents. Frederica Primm Ann Ellison ' , Sandra McEachern fy as Nancy Noland Charlotte Salley X-Tw wel 165' Diana Smith Rosalyn Thweatt Ellen Walker Rebecca Welch Rosemary White C' 16 K national service organization, is sponsored hy the N01-th lVl:1ii1roe ifiwanis Club. Through this group, young college men are d d 't' h . en O Ortunity to develop as leaders an goo C1 IZCHS y partici- l 0 g1V . Clrcle pating in civic welfare proJCCTS- The Geographic Society is a newly-organized group comprised of majors and minors and other students . - who are interested in this field of study. graphlc , .. ,,,, r. ,, ,, . 5 x Q Torm Rob W l , .W 'Ll .M .J M x fir v OCIGQ enior Board ,fslfff flflfyfsv X ,.J, .qi .,, Q, Margie Holloway .lanet Hyman Ella Jones Carole Kilpatrick Kirby Mooney Sue Briggs Williams Georgia Burkett LaVerne Burkett Linda Duerson Dianne Garrett Camilla Harmon Norma Nix Carolyn Oubre Sarah Shankman Sheila Townley Ann Walker Ellen Walker merican Chemical SOC16ty TOMIHY Graves J. L. Furlow Clyde High Ella Jones 1? R.0bCI't Kemp Jerry Miller James Townsend Ch3.I'lCS WhitWOIIh Robert Wing 4 2 Social Science Club Through the Social Science Club, stu- dents in this field in eet to exchange views on economics, geography, history, sociology, politics and other phases oi government and the changing world in general. I36 , 1 , 1, ,ll ' . I, , 2 ' E .A C ' 7 K 2 . tudent Nurses' Association Installed at Northeast in 1961, the Associa- tion's purpose is pli. marily to stimulate interest in nursing and to promote unity in the profession of nursing students. .,., X f,,f.1iz:f1'.::?if ll Aa Voter Cl' PUIPUSCS 4 erans' C11 assist vete llr0lJl6I11g enC0l1I1ter Selvicemel lege snide Oppomlllii each oth Campus, ec0n01I1ic and PTOII Pfession acllon fairs. A A Veterans' Club Purposes of the Vet- erans, Club are to assist veterans in the problems they may encounter as former Servicemen and col- lege students, to offer Opportunity to meet each other on the Campus, to provide economic benefits, and promote self ex- pression through action in campus af. fairs. 'PW Beta i ma Beta Sigma, biolog- ical society, is a campus organization of persons interested in biological sciences. The society has been active on the campus since l955. lts aims are to promote in- terest in the biolog- ical sciences and to increase benefits de- rived by students in that field. f. My I37 l -'Www umm A-v I l American Pharmaceutical Association f 7 ffl 4 X Z 444, f 4 fwi . 4' f f jf' , X , 4 fa, f 4 .l 'PS I ff l R H bbard Second row' Richard W Autin, Frank Parrino, Douglas First row: Robert Moody Jr., Joyce Ann Brodie, Theresa Ann Danna, Hilton Russel, oy u . . . 1 Hannegan, Gilday J. Toural, Irby R. Bourque. Third row: Robby J. LeBlanc, Donald M. Courts, Paul Folse, James Gary, Lee Roy Adalr, Terrell J. Verrett. "" ' wwf"-' xx A First row' Dr Frank Mart' ' ' ' - . ln, faculty advlser' Thomas R B ' - treasurer' R , . ' ryan, Vlcepfesldemi Cawlyn Oubre, corresponding sccrctu1'Y5 JOSSPI1 Bgi'i!ill?lilnRobert Anderson Dupre h1stor1an Cha . f 3 l D gel? Third row: Rodney Langlrnejis, zg1CsEgT3L1,BElitlsijdnentbaiicogg row:G Donald Moody, Julia LeBlanc, Clarence boodrcuu Jr., Lane I H. den R013 O ln' Gaston Faucheux, JETFY Dugas, Errol Lasseighe. mon' ordon Sfiiloon. lwmrlh row: Louis Cilborl, John Lcinrd, Blmf 'lr y I38 f... ..--. -....sg.wa.f.i....1.-Q..-.-ca..-.... ...... I . .- if Frnk Parte, llpi in by ldair, I5 HW M Bow' Gil R ow Sheny Sims Director Pat Ainsworth Sharon Ary Carol Baker Roxanne Becker Barbara Borgkvist Judy Cathey Sharon Coldron Carlyn Fotos .lo Ann Genusa .lane Gunn Kay Harris Joann Hughes Jewell McCrary Phillis A. Massone Nancy May Sue Nonis Carol Nunnally Susan Pipes Judy Roth Helen Russell Cheryl Saine Mary Sontino Priscilla Villa Melvin Jean Whatl BY Dance and Drill Team Womenis Precision Dance and Drill Team organized in 1961, is composed of girls who have had some dance training. The coeds perform between halves at football and basketball games, for school programs, and for civic: groups. as, ill '4-I-4 15 X 1 Magi Q X ufswwsfss N ' XSS- Efssw, wr-ww 2 nf Z ,gw W 5 3 xx mm v iv 4 Q at 4.7 X5 ng l rl Ir, r 5 i S 9 5 1 l s 1 1 tudent Louisiana Teachers' Association L '44 First row: Marie Parrott, I-Iortense,Stephens, Phyllis Scuria, Claire Douciere, Charlotte Bell, Gerald Sellers, Carolyn Roberts, Jane Thomas, Carole Rutherford, Janet Proctor, Judy Noel, Zella Collins, Pat Turner, Sandra Roy, Mrs. Delores Vaughn, Susan Stewart, Martha McCabe, Anita Fuller, V1rg'1l113 Patterson, Annie Husbands, Carolyn Smith, Leatrice Holstead, Jean Crawley. Second row: Shirley Curry, Judy Neal, Jannelle Frost, Camilla Harmon, Dorothy Stephenson, Daniel Langlinais, Carolyn Thomason, Carolyn Hart, Carol Baker, Julia Scott, Linda Tarkington Barbara Anderson, Charlotte Womack' Carolyn Wallerson, Emma Richardson, Marquerite May, Lucille Ross, William Bobo, Jerry Pace, David Crews, Virginia Thompson, Dr. Leonard Kilg0f9, Martha Albright. F' : ' ' . . R belts' CZf1i1eh0wMahIiaei1nei1i?lilii:11dill, MclS'SCiEirence Ban' faculty advlser, Nike Poulos, Janet Hyman, Virginia Earle, Norma Nix, Judith Brown' Ci-1r0lY" Welch, Ruby Bzmnette 56260330 :Owy vii Hagden, Peggy Parker, Marilyn Franton, Jane Tucker, Janet Corley, Ann Rinehart. Carol McKe1tSm3Cil, Ann Andrews, Brenda Younise Priscilla Thomrsson ugh lmlhwhamf Che1'Yl Sain e, Frances Morris, Mary Jane Young, Mrs. Elsie Mitchell, Simdrapiciiel, Belly' Hodge, Betty Screpetis, ,fhehna Ponder, fi9ita,Ha31'0 YH roterl, Amy DeWeeS, Gloria Donnell, Cherie lVIartin, Ordic Tlllll-llCyv La June Hey' Norma -lean Magee, Ann Walker, Dr. Merrill S. Nicklas, Mrs. Evelyn Barnes. CH The Fusi' drill. Cui which in 't ll an I 1 i rl 'I I " Q T:c:s, fri lil! fig' Yi!!-' - '-L filallffr Q"'ttIe limi 2 .r lemid llgcza ww m' 5611? lglrolyn .ggthfnu an v iurlfllf' BAN jrllilfkfl' ' au 1 ug K Cabbard and Bla Scabbard and Blade is the honorary organization for advanced students in Army ROTC. Members must meet a scholastic re- quirement as Well as high efficiency on the drill field. The Fusiliers attempt to acquire a high degree of proficiency in drill. Culmination of efforts is shown in precision performances, ' ' which include exhibitions at football games. Fusilllers Q y f I if e t Q y at f pg s s f Z .. y . y iii i 1, 4 fi' 1 Presbyterian St throughout the United 2 States are given Oppor, tunity to take ad- ! vantage of the pro, 2, fers. 1' Westminster Foundation The Women's Recreation Association was organized to create a broader interest in recreational activities and to increase standards in girls' and women,s sports. The Northeast organization is affiliated with the state WHA program, and members attend the college annual week- end camp. Membership is open to all coeds who are interested in recreational activities. M395 integrity. Womenis Recreation y Association gram which the West- minster Fellowship gf. The organization strives to stimulate strong Christian ties by offering experiences and training in wor. ship, recreation, study, and social fellowship to its members. It is the aim of the Fel- lowship to seek truth with intelligence and Puipose of The organiz his ohligatic fellowship ' The pIlIIlHl woilis to d intellectual. their colleg l42 i 1 'F Vai, un iw Wirth 1 'tn :ge ,fit 1 Atty Fe ' 0'5a U I 'lnsflifdiiy was Social feump' memhm ic' Aim Omg P T0 seelq mifiilgfngg - i ty. fation H' , ,... ,. - www ' uifnmu lll W Baptist Student Union Purpose of the Baptist Student Union is to conserve and help train Baptist students for effective Christian discipleship. The organization functions to remind each student of his responsibility to Christ, his church, his denomination, and of his obligation as a Christian citizen to the World in which he lives. The BSU also provides inspiration, information, and fellowship which create the spiritual climate essential for Christian growth while he is in college. Newman Club The primary function of the Newman Club is to guide Catholic students in developing their faith. The organization works to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activities. It also hopes through its membership to create friendships among students during their college life. 1 AL t. Thomas Canterbury Club The Wesley Founda- tion is the Methodist student movement on college and university campuses. lts purpose is to serve as a 'chome away from home,', and to offer through group Worship, 7 study, and activity, op- portunity for growth in Christian living. The real justification of the Wesley Founda- tion is that its pro- gram exalts Christ in terms of college ex- perience. The organi- zation attempts to mini- ster to the needs of the academic community. The St Thomas Can terhury Cluh is ganization for all Epis copal students on Cam pus. an or. This cluh's main pose is to develop and guide the spiritual life of students and help them make a happy and satisfying adjust. ment to their roles while they are in col. lege. pur- The organization is sponsored hy the Epis- copal Church of the Diocese of Louisiana. This is accomplished through discussion, study, Worship, recrea- tion, and communion service. 4.1 E is f , .X gf t J?- xr 3 I Y 4:1 'C 4' I Hr + .-1 I' KAW Pi 5 n11egeUH10t 1 f 1 l l 1 K Wesley Foundation W BPH leflerson Epsilon, I0 hat . -- Bl Silver Danelle gram teal I .l T" 'Q 7 RQ 'D 3 'Quill ' 1 I Ile. T 1 Q-Q dw "ft 63083 iflciethe Milli Neat imii - to it.- wgrw fl '... X Lqlit? --49. K . s fp.,A I . K lv., .. of If-I T 4 f... ' ,,,x B Y LN will diy wir. worshipll ,Fwui K Pi and Student Covemment Association sponsor art exhibit in the HPP3' College Union Building. rganizations Organizations sponsor numerous and varied campus activities. Pictures here illustrate only a few proj- ects led by national professional fraternities and religious groups. Omicron Delta Kappa leaders chat with District Judge Mack Barham center, featured speaker at the fraternity's banquet. P S- Rev Michael Hannon left, meets with campus leaders during Religious Emphasis Week Wynn Jefferson demonstrates Iso-Kit, sold by i lgma ' - i Epsilon, to fraternity president, Robert Calvert Jr. reception. 5 .tm IS. Blanche silver Iver, Phi Beta patroness, serves at the Chfiptefls annual Program tea. I . . I Military Science . . . Maj. Gen. Ralph R. Mace talks to top officials during his visit to campus for military inspection. The Reserve Officers Training Corps represents to the un- dergraduate the first contact with the land forces of the American military. Instruction includes map reading, opera- tion and usage of combat weapons, study in tactics, military law, and practical application of theory at summer camp. The ultimate goal of ROTC is to train advanced military stu- dents to assume leadership positions in the Army. wwf w RW'-53 -wf , . ..,, .,..., . .. V l, f Us " , W V Q , , , W Z X. Q gf ' 'ww , , I I .. A W ,,.,,,.a. ,.- X 5 H .+. Q, l . M I g K, JV p I , za iii ' 'i if 4 " ' A . f ii .1 'ti f ., X i I , h ly. I A, h ' If V ,p , J ' Q" W. I If , f X N ? f M ., ,AU , ,ii .... Q. M ' Y ' ', U X 4'g5 A AS Q. W Q SM? ,1 ": I . , -tu Y . ,KN , ,ff f' Q , lvl, , M M , "'- ' -V2 f ' i' . y A , N . ,, A Q.: Z i ,kb ,p , If ,ff , ta g ap A , ss 1 V MMVI ,. 7 In - gg ,. - s 2 ' 1 Q ,f -f' N 'ff V . K ' - .xv V 'ff' ' j ""'-' X . , 4, , -- Q. ,H , ' uf , AX W' v l' " . N-2-2 ,,,.., V f sea S 'K 7 f . ...U ' ' ' ,f , ,,., H , H gy ' ' 23,2 - ' -V:-4,5 ,... V ,,. ' T' e-fgvzerf 4 H s A ss tr, up V ' 'A ww A is ,. .f .wr N f 'N Rifle Team brushes up for forthcoming meet, 146 John A armored 1. sf' ' x X. x . - E 3 if if ,I fi x I .3 4 Ei ' is Dean Hol cadets dul B1 N. 1 in F 1 Dean Holtzclaw talks with a group of Northwest cadets during his visit to camp at Fort Sill, Okla. Builds Leadership. ll A. Rudxsill, Lt. Col. Meredith L. Schumaker and Dean T. Eugene Holtzclaw inspect armored Personnel carrier during visit to summer camp at Fort Sill, Okla. ROTC summer camp gives advanced training to selected cadets. Larry Guice and Rex Covert learn to use plotting hoard on 81 mm mortar range. . , , W '-'-' 1 ,4 Sgt. Blythe goes through fundamentals in military science class. 1 5 W r Mllltar Ball 1963 live F'um,,FF 5 I ,Y j AJ 2 'vi 2 I Cadets cast their vote for Military Ball Queen fi prior to the dance. Queen Sylvia Hayden is escorted by Cadet Colonel Elbert Beth Fink makes her appearance escorted by Cadet Lieutenant David Sprague. Cadet Lieutenant Mike Parkerson acts as mas- ter of ceremonies. Dyer. Sue Parkerson enters under the sabre arch on the arm of Cadet Captain Ross Nolan. Sylvia l-layden Little Colonel Gail Sawyer ROTC Sponsors A sponsor for each military group is select- ed at the beginning of each school year. Duties of these coeds include promotion of better relation between the cadet corps and other campus organizations, encouragement of interest in ROTC, aiding in social activities of the corps, and serving as official hostesses. Wearing the army colors and in full dress uni- form, each sponsor marches with her group during drill and for special events. From these sponsors a queen and her court are chosen to rule at the spring ball, military social high- light of the year. Joann Genusa !""'x N Org LU? Iron - MQ '-'QUJQ MIN L pmUl0Ifm Lt' 'ada com I, s, E1 I Fmjoungflnmf s ottiqialhm 3di'1fI11ldm5E mid, hum r voun are i , 1 f 1 Linda Cooper Pat Twiner fi f wav Beth Fink Sharon Thompson Linda Welch ,,i,,-......--- M' ' Sue Parkerson Judy Wilhite QW ,W 4 Q X 5271 ,Y ff!! Ay, W f 3 , 2, , Q4 f l Vff ,, , , fl if f 1 4 I f gsgsxkwygxs ix S 3 I iQh""Wn-.,MW,v .Q.w..,,N-Q E 4 Q1 as , Q w-.x ,W N T ., l J g . , 1, r i 3 Q., .N Q . 1' Q E , .- . 1 , M, ,. in , W 4 lf A. we ,z Y " . - - -- .X ...--.va Q - .,......-rv ..Q,-ue-M Q- .j..---In 5-4 ' f ,-q--w-1. ,.......-mr k ,W , . .,...4,.-f-1-.,,m, ,,,, W, -.3-gqqulrulrx 5' ...--if N-..---Q-v ...Q-hifi S: ,,-,-,,,.-f ...-uuwvn ,,,,,..,..,..w ......-.X...... 1...--wx.- ,....'-..-ff N ,,...v M...--v.-1 ,.,.---F.. ......-fx VX .Xf lxf M .:,.a.1...................,......z.....,.. .4 , y ff 1. If , ,, 5 Vw ,I ,L ' 2 ,gxgfxxgjs Z -- Q 'f Ax w x QLVQ! f 3, V' Sf"ff'xffTf :X . iffy, :gy +ff4T2-wa -- K 17 V ,, - ' me A W WN WNNNNN N ' N mi Q3 Qi . nie? E X 115 .six xii X X Xxxh N' l X -ggg X W Sm X ig Xa-Xksx. K N xx xx xx X1 S5 tw-.11 X 3 mlffp jg. V'-. , T ' llj .- V 1 I -- Am My -.J , ildqfm V ff mn E.. er. f.- v JI Et L Hmm tml -v AT Phlwofm EI - 4 W5 ,,,7 713 'J rs, ,M qw rm me .A.,,,,7 I ,,.w..,,-M'-1':4ff"f"'f-f'V",, , "'e"W " 25 H T f V .M 'fi , .I R svfhmd, 4, -.75 G M. . -,T . www, W .,b: A i V , vV,Z L . . , T ' T A 9' THE PRESIDENT? FAMILY-George T. Walker, Jr., Ellen, Dr. Walker, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. George T. Walker, Jr. MRS. GEORGE T. WALKER The President and his wife are ready to receive reCePU0n guests. -,.,.ev.W' JAMES M. NICHOLSON Dean of Administration The administrative staff is an integral part of the college. Their duties to assist students have broadened at Northeast, which is rapidly expanding in academic and other areas of service. The staff's in. terest in the institution is reflected in vision, efficiency, and friendliness, which make Northeast a happy place in which to Work and play. , .5 Nixzfa I, , 5 ff LARRY BONNER M. LINWOOD MALONE Auditor Purchasing Agent DR. CLINT O. HANNA Dean of Instruction MAUD MERRITT BENTRUP Librarian F I E 2 4 DR. L Wits SUPH Stilqlars .lilke :L ,ll t, WI 1 4.85270 j, in . A X 355 Q V LA Slllll:-1 ' .gnhex 145 . - fl 13 ll, ,xy .JN . ,Q . 5 H1 3. 7 Yn tall? E Il I5 fem "u, , I ., lol-ikheand w u Malay? .rl and phi . Ill I motion . ice' QA -vtlfmio is DR. FRED J. VOGEL Dean of Student Services as l .... - DR. LAKE OXFORD JACK V. COLLINS Registrar Counselor of Men Students JAMES O. LANCASTER HERMAN R. SIGLER Supervisor of Student Director of Testing Scholarships and Placement and Guidance ALMA L. LUFCY Counselor to Women Students W I K,,, , "Q if c, z M45 Q V 77' vw 4 and , , WMA! ' ,Y 'Q 1 'ww ., DR. C. PRENTICE GRAY, JR College Physician COACH JACK ROWAN, Director of Athletics Provision of a News Bureau is essential to the College, parti- cularly since the institution ex- panded to senior status. Publication of plans and accom- plishments concerning Northeast State makes the public aware of the continued growth of the Col- lege, which has increased its of- ferings to include the masterls de- gree in several fields. Information pertaining to the general program depends greatly upon the News Bureau, which sends stories and photographs to various news media. l I58 The Athletic Department of Northeast State Col. lege is headed by J ack C. Rowan, who serves as athletic director and head football coach. The college holds membership in the National As. sociation of Intercollegiate Athletics and the Gulf States Conference. A well-rounded intercollegiate athletic program is controlled by a faculty com. mittee appointed each year by the President of the College. I 4 N Mmmd , l JAMES R. PARRISH, Director of News Bureau l . - t ik! 1 3 'ff of ' if nm: 1 ml. rift- lqtmqm' A . 'if UF Urge- 5 E H I , 1 Library The library plays an impor- tant part in the life of the college. H ere the student comes to study, to do research, and to read. Now housed in Bry Hall, the library will he moved to the new Sandal Library building in the spring. Sandel offers open stacks, air- conditioning, and both formal and informal reading areas among its many features. The library is the center of a well established school as a place fOr re Up to-date periodicals of the library provide students an opportunity to catch up on Business dministration The Division of Business Ad. ministration provides training for business and public careers. Because oi expanding knowledge in the fields of economics, accounting, fin. ance, marketing, management and business law, courses are more comprehensive. This pro- gram offers the student many opportunities in both the com- mercial and civic World upon completion of his degree. I 4 l WILBUR L. PERKINS u Acting dean of Business Administratwn Future business people learn to appreciate the value of calculating muvluilws. r Q xnxx N .IQQPFI1 of Buqinl ,Wm I N .. Pfoy-Ida U1 ting. 1. and 1 A, X. PHL iid our if 1 . .Q U if iltii N, -iwgumim lfkedng. mm.. , u ,. -n is M HW, gonna "pU'hEIlSitf, :ities in bolhihhi iid Ciiif World L. on oi his degree N -- S S' . fgx 5225, - s r ,,m,2x,,,... 'fa 4 , gb w si' " fs ti- , X fb- 15 X - x.-1. t . K .R 3 Wx, K t 'WWW' '.ff'W t, 1 vw! f sf, Students take dictation from records. Questions always arise in accounting which call for W ., An operating efficiency of each machine is required for a de- gree in business administration. special attent am ion of the instructor. 9, Kg Z, gf t X X fu ' V3 X s' we Y. -.:..G- Kg si 1? Q X at 5 :Kg Q' i -3 .Q 4, sr 2 fgff 4,1 kssf .6 t. ff? . Us s My W Ass y -"agp, We - by WM! X ,4 Qgs -3 M. 5 sw 1, ma, 1,.sw,..Nw..QN. , , W . 4'M"M""0WMw 'wuuamvgg gg., F 1 l l6l t W ahh f 49 W I E i L t l l DR. T. EUGENE HOLTZCLAW, Dean of Education Education yblu... , Just sign the check on the bottom line and you'll be a member of the Student Louisiana Teachers' Association. . . . . A , .- '--sidvl Vice prvsulvnl ,lnlm liivlun CUllQLlllllll.lllS lil t The Division of Education provides a strong student teaching system which sends out qualified teachers on all levels. Students in the division are provided both a general and professional education which better qualifies them for their chosen work. By combining theory with practical application in the classroom, future teachers are fully qualified for positions in their field upon graduation. Enrollment in the division has more than doubled in the last few years, thereby aid- ing in overcoming the nation's shortage of teachers. lv , ,n it .lnnvl Html . .. . X -- ' uinW"5' '62 the success of the bl,lA coke hour for ulmalioll . Oli ! ! , - I I 2 :Ek 4 Ach H de l M XX X f vi E 6 l ,L .,,, 5 That must be a cartoon youire showing, Mrs. Ward. f - as I " 5 Actual practice in teaching is one of the final and most important steps in obtaining a degree. N Elementary education majors learn games to teach their future pupils. . S. pkg: i i w i i 5 4 r ai, , X tw, 3, A, 1 ,. 1- 'r,.-we " .. Hp 1 w t,,,.,?v-, A K, V X "6 ' ' i Sgpiiifxmsl ' uv E Q Q, Q 5 i g' E5vA,,v, I ' ' xxmuxwl1'xYnwYv'g' NYS A ' , h im . K 1 " ' a. 3 YW , ,, 1 jg . .W I ,xx ef s 1 i i i G A ,WW f , is M ai ,Jiri ' an 1 I Nl xxx l DR. ,WILLIAM P.. HAiv1MoND, Dean of Liberal Arts- Liberal rts The Division of Liberal Arts offers tr ing in such varied fields as l ain- anguages, journalism, social sciences, pre-law, and military science. This program follows in the liberal tradition of the study of the humanities which will enable students to understand and participate in our society, Studies in liberal arts provide a wide background of general knowledge as well as a foundation for any future speciali- zation. Why are English literature books always so thick? Student publi. cations k e e p c a m p u s in. formed. so it . , . Y Ali , , X. . '. ll - .. ' ' . , --- f A i J AN' I p . : ' fn 7 1 pr., , . , - of orienta- Every freshman IS required to take nine weelgjmiliar with tion during which time students become lmlfllalisu mm Work. 8!1lHI'fLAO rr fn 'f-. ,po 11.00 X Nh. 1 I v lv 8 tr "' ,rv ' .s t' P 04 W0 plswf NA,-ow K 1-an IV "If'h.w3f ,"""""'f. A, " 'uf 0 ' -'i"""6a' , 'E 'NS their catalogs. Pu w :rfw - 0 W h.k lN.un.n y,.,',,M S. rw . .. n,,,, 1 . L Gif :bid , Q gifts , Nou N WSWWN PB 'Q I Mans Foxx Shih- Bom xl Skills ,I s . X1 ' ,, SEN :ui-v ullr N , t -sa' A fpxvy, "mf-sw., Z' N,-X V, , i : ul N w lub e K s Q ' QI", 1 fifty. UW f l .Q lm s-:mei r . X X' ,i 325 Ditty: int'- D 1: lm Elf'- 4 sjx lr 5 " Url' the mln: M1 em I . .. ,is -he Sllldflng .atlmge A 1 QUIK H3 1 Monde ay: , l Qi QGWIQJUF Q N . '-il ' t 'ff I :F t i wks gf that German students not only learn the language but also acquire knowledge of geography, history and culture. Journalism students examine good news reporting in order to improve their f fn., A Af , , ,M M 1 'T' 5 ffwfi ' , - -1, , - lf. 'if , ff' V V. fa,,-':.:- -V V ,haiku , ,fp , ' S' J -Y, f ' V Y-, Y 1 . 1. , v I , I ,n . 4 ' nf' ' r AMX - , X ff' - f' 3 5 i. ff' Q f' L A,,,,,, l Y I 1, M n S V4 ' if 1:1 557 ' V 'ff .: . U' 'rl 54 1? , A J i" c-.4 , 1 , , v A Y fl .Q--I 1 1 l JM S W X 5 , Z I ,, H, Y S 3 ,ll 1 U f own work. Besides the text, maps, globes, and other visual aids are Class finds government both interesting and necessary used in the study of the social sciences. for an understanding of our country. Lk! me amiljay wwf f 43 .Ol K. With thi SIHQCVF I Northeai pomed s school is honor, tl of the pl to provic the life a man and 1 o, harmacist works closely with clinical medicine and With these tools the p surgery to aid the arousing demand for better health. Northeast Louisiana State College offers the only state sup- ported school of Pharmacy in Louisiana. The object of the school is to prepare its graduates to assume with dignity and honor, the intellectual, legal, civic, and moral responsibilities of the pharmaceutical profession. The curriculum is designed to provide a foundation in the basic sciences, and to enrich the life and understanding of the pharmacist as a professional man and citizen. Student pharmacists learn by actual practice. 5. , V. , ,, ,sy , ,I , Q ,,,, V L E gy , .V ,rw Y W WX .. r M,,,,,,,,.:,L y W y ww, ' ' era,sLW:fw4AZ,XJ5f X 'wh , , f, f X' 'WZf,I.ff,++f-as-"f"c"'f"' is f 2 , w4sff?eKf'-V'252?,'AWW5 . rqfdi ..'. X ff fm! Y 375- V X . ' ""' "L W" ff , f f , 2 V , " - r -t ,,, f . , ,,,,,,f1l,, N ,ttt . ,, , ,, .May 5, ff l .,.. . Q .5 D -' gi , ' 1 t We .W i V ff' , ' -.Mr .. 5 . , 1 i i 4 ffii s -r s , f r . .. . 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' " Mu' ii ,ll ., 511 ff ,' 3 ' ' "v' M . ww 61 fiff?4xi,?73fU2i5f:iQ4 ,V A 'L X 4 4 ' W.,-N-W--"""""" "m'MMU ,:,is,gf,s,s-gjftfflyy: J X " " ..,,,r ,.,.. 1 .Q ul ' W a 6 ,. ,sl , - 5 , ' ,Q --""" 0 new s GS , . spa is is - H t -sifffssfrfi U it ' .f1s:1gfQ,5f yy U r 'K ' ,Qi K r . r t A . . , V ,,,a'W V 2 ' mum .. 4 f ,J 'fill 1' L ' . Practice in preparation of medications gives experience and impresses the Stllde nt with the responsibility and importance of his work. ,-v-. I 1 l , l Pure and pplied Sciences r The Division of Pure and Applied Sci. i ences includes such sciences as biology, ,,V, chemistry, physics, geology, mathematics, f, 'Q i 1 M, nursing, agriculture and home economics. The knowledge necessary in our world I of science is gained here to be used later, t not only in the laboratory and the class- room, but in the home and business as I well l Zig. f., DR. AARON P. SEAMSTER, Dean of Pure and Applied Sciences. if!-wifi" l l 1 1 , 1 1 l l Q X 3 im A I W . QA? ' 0 I X -QPR i I th - - . . n e lab, lecture material IS CXDl0red and probed by dissection and experimentation, I J R 1 K X Y Frightex the hum D 's 'IQ TES WA PM U. Ns , :B as biting malhflllflht T in mmfllitst lo he olu lllll Nd later, Yllltllhedm wi W7 Frightening though he is, he furnishes Zoology students with a method of studying the human anatomy in detail. 5,1 -ll An important part of chemistry is the lahoratory where students put into practice the techniques they learn in lecture. Home Ec. majors carry out theories in clothing class. A simulated hospital ward provides student nurses with valuable experience. l7I Graduate School The recently initiated Graduate School is continually growing. The program originated with the offering of the master's degree in arts education, music edu- cation, and science education. This year the State Board of Education expanded opportunities in the Graduate School by granting three additional degrees. The new degrees are master of arts in English and in history, master of science in biology, chemistry, graduate students, will be greatly aided by spegial music. Research, which is actively engaged in by graduate students, will be greatly aided by special facilities to be offered in the new library build- ing. --HM? :MLWANAMMNNU-it Vg . ..., ..... . 'mann-lgvwtuqqgp -- ----fss....,.,.,,, XXNQAQ1-Q i NN i I ' g XQX X NX H 4 - - 1. , , W 'T'1g:1r'f5s i V ...ff :aww U x www' F '----K4 . . ,Mm gits5 M,.a .i...sN- H Q, Q 4 X . Y 'X Q ' www Yip... - sfssx- we - N Ws . .Q-s.sN.? N NSS -N., X ek X. QXYQ .X X'.'q T T i x.. XXXX .. .my-X A Q- - ff X ws Q - ssc . Q W: - x 'Q take notes and hand in homework. t' EftSi00lkw Gi ,uhh I "-. , tp 1715 mf .AFR f ni ' 1, i' 'im III if E51 Q, iieegly aided stately engaged! D X .- Fw .Eg new Q i':y..,,, X T:-3.-gm. X X. Graduate students spend much time in research. It is time to plan for next year's work in Graduate School. In those never-ending registration lines there are no exceptions. Even graduate students have to wait-and wait-and wait. ADAMS, ARTHUR R .... Associate Prof Health and Ph sical Education P essor of ' Y , h.D. ALLBRITTON, FLORENCE ZEIGLER . . . Asso ' Professor of Music, M.M. mate ALLEN, EDWARD B .... Assistant Professor of A . mal Industry, M.S. m' ANDERS, EDWARD B .... Instructor in M matics, M.S. athe' ANDERSON, ROBERT B .... Int s ructor in 0 nahsm, B.A. J ur BALDWIN, FRANCES P .... Assistan of chemISt1y,M.s. t Professor BALL, RUBY BROWN . . . Assistant P Education, M.Ed. 'mfessor of BARNES, EVELYN MCGEE . . . Assistant Professor of Education, M.S. BARNES, JOHN J .... Assistant Professor of Edu. cation, M.Ed. BARRETT, ELTON R .... Assistant Professor of Biology, Ph.D. BEDGOOD, DALE R .... Instructor in Mathe. matics, M.A. BINGHAM, DAVIS B .... Assistant Professor of Music, M.S.M. BLOMQUIST, EMILY . . . Assistant Professor of Library Science and Assistant Librarian, M,S, BLYTHE, WILLIAM T .... Assistant in Military Science, Master Sergeant. BRANTLEY, GLORIA CHARLES . . . Instructor in Secretarial Science, M.B.E. BRIAN, GEORGE C., JR .... Associate Professor of Speech, M.A. BRODNAX, MARGARET O'BRYAN . . . Instructor in English, M.A. L BROWN, JOSEPH R .... Associate Professor of History, Ph.D. BROWNING, H. LAWRENCE . . . Assistant Profes- sor of Chemistry, Ph.D. BUCHANAN, W.C .... Associate Professor of Geography, M.A. BYRD, DAVID S .... Associate Professor of Chem- istry CAMPBELL, JAMES R .... Instructor in Mathe- matics, M.S. CATE, HOLLIS, L .... Assistant Professor Of English, Ph.D. CHADWICK, IDA F .... Instructor in Health and Physical Education, M.S. CHILTON, EVELYN SANDERS . . . ASSiSfHT1l Professor of English, M.A. CHRISTMAS, WILLIAM JQ . . . Professor of Edu- cation Ed.D. f COATS JAMES T .... Assistant Professor 0 Health and Physical Education and Asistant Coach, M.Ed. . COVINGTON, NEIL R .... Instructor in Education, M.S.W. .h COX, WILLA CLAIRE . . . Professor of Engl1S1 Pl.D. COPEE, ROBBIE LEE . . . Assistant Professor Of Home Economics, M.S. CRAWFORD, CAROLYN E. . . . Instructor in Secretarial Science, M.B.A. i of CRONK, DALE H .... Associate ProfesSOI Pharmacy, Ph.D. of DANTI, AUGUST G .... Associate Professor Pharmacy, Ph.D. , P fessor DAVIS, ERA BERNARD . . . Assistant T0 of Home Economics, M.S. . De-MOSS, ROBERT L .... Awstantl irigifjfli of Health and Physical Education HH N' Coach, M.Ed. . or DIAPOE, CHARLES E .... Assistant Pfftfess of Biology, Ph.D. n DOUGLAS, NEIL H .... Assistun Iiaott., Ph.D. . . he- nnttmii KA'l'IlI.lCEN ANN . . . Instructor in Mft' ntativs, M.A. . DIIPREE, DANIICI. E .... Assistant .r0 -Mmhe. llliattlivtttattivs and Chairman t ProfesS0f of P fcwftf of Department of Inali 's, Pl .D.- ' 'tri' RAsIfIn', TVll.I,l.'XM K .... lavfvssvf of Chews -, . Ph.D- . . ,N Illlll l.lI:tII-Intuit, IIt'1Nll'llll0lll of Chcmistr, II. 11 Filleallh oath- FID , Iibrtff -. FONIINAI Bill. FOSTER ScifIlff. FRAGALX. Librdff- rttoilfx of 1 . Hgpeech. N1 GAIIAGHI Professor of Ntlriifti GEORGE. I Psychology GIIIORD. ' Faglisli If CIM, UU! ll.b.W. GOEl'l'Iilj. Prolessi-r ct GOORIIY. Pharmacfu: GRLNTZ C English IL lflllliflt . Chemistry. HMDIOND. Economics IIUDIOXS.. Ph.D. . IIDINIR, H4 llatliemadfs HIIUION, ll llathemedcf HIRRLYGTOT fd.D. HIRRIS. I0 Etaisltit. MRT. .IDI and Phtffii HIRYEY, 55,1 Science 5 HXYNIS. It of Edugglf , EdD ' Hltitittt r ID Semi' teu .gf ITEUQLIYTII Ritatf IRIS? If Ph.DiAN, 5 HICULIN R TPRIQI af l Elh5JJ0Hg', of tm? Cltttnigtg bg Htllliitli' I tttj Ph5'silTT'f H 'I t J eallhtnyi Ogihox ,J KE iiltaiirlf L50 ,EW Hom, Til' At lllsp. Ylttnjgget' I 14 lx 1. wa v- -. . I .- 1 . 'Q NHLH ' of EERE, xt. 1' We Pr, 'R 'A' Q R. XFN wg, . : BEAM, ' ' -figs. P . .IL . Fi all :L l t N. I 'WWII .QM I I l PF: - s. Lfflrtm 5 lr h ' Prr, ,lt -'tfSt1nrP,,:,.,, xifkt -L" mil lk o ' - - - is-iarr Prg, OBRYIY , , I hm - .ksxizlf Pmlffs.1 II - . . .kimrtrfr . .ksxiale Pmfessi: f:-isis Pmfesaar ol Ge:- . . fBEiI11Cl0IlllllEfi .haktanl Prolatxf Imtruclor in Health 3535 , , , Arte: . . Pmlesmr offli- tsrranr PW' H Jn and C0364 Mmm, in Educatwl Professor of EM' betta! PM ni In,-guctor if ociate Plow if I o mare PTUW . Pmfttif Assiifiuf . Prvffrfl Asarrjjg Agdflllll don 'mn' PM IEE I ant Pfofegoro 51 . tht' rmlctor if Ma 1 wtnftgfeiffff me 'gm' for of 615513 offffr . wr. .v, ,ir Q. -1 x P . uh.- P ' ' 'kiwi inf, LEONARD O .... Assistant Professor of Ffggitll and Physical Education and Basketball M.A. FECIQERIQON, TED. B .... Assistant Professor of ' VLA. FLIENARW WOODROW . . . Associate Professor of Education and Director of the Reading Laborat0rYr Ed-D , , FLINN, ZANONA GALLAGHER . . . Assistant in a BA FgJ131JfNIX3YA., ELOY . . . Assistant Professor of Music, M.M. FOSTER, EMMETT .I .... Professor of Physical Science, M.A. . u FRAGALA, BIRDIE WHITE . . . Assistant 1n Library, B.A. . FRANKLIN, BERYL C .... Associate Professor of Biology, Ph.D. . FULLER, CLAUDE C .... Assistant Professor of Speech, M.A. I GALLAGHER, ANNA GIORDANO . . . Associate Professor of Nursing and Chairman, Department of Nursing, Ed. D. GEORGE, RALPH T .... Assistant Professor of Psychology, Ed. S. GIFFORD, GALE 'If .... Assistant Professor of English, M. A. GINN, ERIS I .... Assistant Professor of Education, M.S.W. GOETHALS, GREGOR THOMPSON . . . Assistant Professor of Art, M.A. GOORLEY, JOHN T .... Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Ph.D. GRANTZ, CARL L .... Assistant Professor of English, M.A. HAEUBER, PAUL M .... Assistant Professor of Chemistry, M.S. HAMMOND, WILLIAM R .... Professor of Economics and Dean of Liberal Arts, Ph.D. HAMMONS, JASPER G .... Professor of Agronomy, Ph.D. HAMNER, ROSEMARY REED . . . Instructor in Mathematics, M.A. HARMON, FRANK L .... Associate Professor of Mathematics, M.A. HAEIEIENGTON, JACK . . . Professor of Education, HARRIS, LOUISE E .... Assistant Professor of English, M. A. HART, ADA B .... Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, M. A. HARVEY, MARY GISH . . . Instructor in Library Science and Assistant Librarian, B.A. HAYNES, M. LEVELLE . . . Associate Professor Eg Education and Director of Special Education, HAYWARD, ANNELIES THURNER . . . lnstructo-r ln German, Abitur, Oberschule F. Madchen, Bay- reuth, Germany HEILMAN, F. EUGENE . . . Associate Professor of Soclology, Ph.D. HENLEY, ELTON F. . i. . Assistant Professor of English, Ph.D. HIQEVIAN, NOLLIE W .... Professor of History, HICKMAN, RODERICK A. .IR .... Associate Pro- fessor of Mathematics M A HILL, JOHN W .... Aloioloor Professor of Chemistry, Ph.D. HQIREMAIE, IQOETER H. .M. Associate Professor gf1CU ura ngineering, .S. HOLMES, JERRY D .... Assistant Professor of Engllsh, M.A. HOLT, .ROBERT L .... Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Ph,D, HOIQZCLAW, EUGENE . . . Professor of Education all Dean of Education, Ed.D. HLILEFMAN ALVA S .... Professor of Health and H S1681 Education and Chairman, Department of e th and Physical Education, M.S. J OHN SON, BA RRY Ph , I L .... Instructor in Health and Kmdggcal Education, M.S. H0 1 FRANCES S .... Associate Professor of H022 EEEOHOIPICS and Chairman, Department of n KERN Omlcs, M.A. r JOSEPH H, Administration, Ph.D.. . . Professor of Pharmacy 14? 'W ' . I 4 I 3: W? -',.n . JM --1 JG? -Mfr' 8-I f-I '49 ,pf-su... 'HW X 'WZ L' It X i ,W W. 7 ,def -5 'W,Z-5: , 75 at 2,22 7? Z! f of 1 in t An YQ: X X is Faculty I76 Q-new f'l'f"' KILGORE, LEONARD L., JR .... A ' fessor of Education and Director Ssffclagi gm' Teaching u em KILPATRICK, ARNOLD R .... A ' of Education, M. Ed. swam Professor LEMERT, HARRY M .... P f - Dean of Fine Arts, Ph.D. ro essor of Music and LEMERT, LOUISE GRAY . . . Associate Pmfe of English and Library Science, M. A, SSM LINNSTAEDTER, JERRY L .... Instructo ' Mathematics, Ms. I 11' LOCKHART, JESSIE MONTGOMERY . . , Assistat Professor of English, M. A. n LUFFEY, GEORGE L .... Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education and Assistant Coach M.S. ' LUFFEY, JOHN L .... Associate Professor of Business Administration, M.B.A., C.P.A. MANLEY, W. LEON . . . Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education, and Assistant Coach M.Ed. f MAPP, MARCUS B .... Associate Professor of Geology and Chairman, Department of Geology M,S, MARTIN, FRANK W .... Professor of Pharma. cognosy, Ph.D. MCCANN, THOMAS R .... Associate Professor of Economics, A. M. MCCLURE, LAWRENCE E .... Associate Professor of Chemistry, Ph.D. MCDONALD, MARGARET FUNDERBURK . . . Instructor in Library Science and Assistant Li- brarian B.S. in L.S. MCKNEELY, L. MARVIN . . . Professor of English Ph.D. MEADES, BARBARA J .... Instructor in Library Science and Assistant Librarian, M.S. in L.S. MILLER, BENJAMIN P .... Assistant Professor of Physics, Ph.D. MILLWEE, JOSEPH B .... Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., Captain MITCHELL, HAZEL H .... Associate Profmsor of Spanish, M.A. MOBBERLY, WILLIAM C .... Assistant Professor of Biology, Ph.D. MODISETTE, JAMES P .... Assistant Professor of Accounting, Ph.D., C.P.A. I MONROE, JAMES E .... Professor of Music, Ph-11 MOORE, WADDY W., III . . . Aooiotoot Professor of History Ph.D. I MORTON, HOWARD W .... Associate Professor of Business Administration, M.B.E. MULLINS, JOE BARRY . . . Associate Pr0f6SS0f of Music, M.M. MURDOCK, ROBERT L .... Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, Ed-Il NICKLAS, MERRILL S .... Associate Profeioil' of Education and Assistant to the Dean of ' ucation, Ed. D. A of PARKERSON, JAMES W .... Associate ProfeSS0T Speech, M. A. of PARRISH, JAMES R .... Assistant Professor u . . 3 Journalism and Director of the News Bure t M.A. - ess PERKINS, WILBUR L .... Professor 0f.B151'1Ad. Administration and Acting Dean of Busme' ministration, M.A. . ' ,S. PETTY, WILLIAM R .... Instructor to Prtysmglm PIERCE, WILLIAM W .... Assistant 111 Science, Master Sergeant I P fessor of POWERS, GLENN F .... Associate T0 Pltyj -, M.N.S. . tt PRICEPCL. LEON . . . Professor of Asflculgfg at Chairman, Department of Agflcuhure' .n Mathe- RAINBOLT, R. RUSSELL . . . InstruCl0f1 matics, M.A.T. f o RAWSON, PAUL . . . Awistant ProfeSS01' Gemgu l ', M.A.T. . ,- B.S- RlClfEfl'T,1llOBERT M .... Instructor in Phfslitir of ROGERS, LAMAR E .... Assistant PW" lhlcclianical Drawing, M.S.Ed. - Accountingt ROLEN, CHARLES O .... Instructor 111 M.l3.A. 'tram Smrr. MUSIC. HUTZ SCM Nl QCURI L at SEABIE and S Iii!! SIJIPSOX, soon, GF Chairman, snr, int of Jlathem siirrtt WH SMITH, ru ot, itat. SOULIER, C in Library. SPIVA, llif lIilitarySc STAHI., FLY, fessoroflo STANFORD Science. hh STMHOPE. lessar of JI STEPHENS. lessor of Ps STOCICIOX, Blish Ph TAIUBI, Ah WEULXIA. THOMAS. li French. his WCB HH of Health TEM P1 aiP'tP Busittgs A r Hiitorv, Pk WATSON. Ji 11855 Adm WATZNLE. Phaflllactgtl, WELDF11 1 . 5010: .' n ro Wgtrffgf WPPSPP , d i ,tt , ' Q0 is '. ' H KX. ty, y -, -, k: r, ' Y N ' t - it 1 -" - PM H ' 5-.1 2, iff ity 413 . 'iiitfs iii ts., s. ll:',n3tmY I MT' ' A '--IN-ls 'xitf-r ' -373.1 xl A is-si.. ef'-tr. its ix MPA it. Pri' ,sas Qi ffm, fm, Pf- rsaifgjfyk T .m.. . . . Pnfmiig ' R' " ' ' - sisters tg, N-'E : ' 5- , ...t s . . ,s,,,,, ' -t 'mls ttiittiut rm 5:15:12 gg .tif Mlm ' - - Pttitwifi if L- - lfstnttoiil 1.11 D - . ' V . . .fsrartrfs In . . . if Pi fwin P' krifei' 1- . . . .'..l..., , tl! C .,.. t sifaf lf . y- I L P .... .isrtait rt . CPA u . . . Pttiftssor of lleti. , IH , . . .issue F? W, . , . lsrialelz? amaze IIB-ll t v . ' kgyffalflti Witte lt? L . . . - A ,J Educatiol MD' uf' tsvxiaie liij T- - - ' ' ,U 54141:-i lo the new I ir Hesftttfttft Prvtf :lf-l:i3Ul' ' ' ' I New E" n-"-ff of me A pmfawf Oilfi- A IDCAD of BW' I V I . gg, I' bfmzctor 111 Phi yy! " gamut ll' 1' .iisflciate PWM it . fu 1950! of Agnculm- PIT.,---micujmft, I' wr. Ci ' inzmlcmf 'kt I r tafttallf WIC I r . t ' 1 tif . iiiirmfrtfffl ' 2515 . . , :OWL :Ehrmfwf In Ac . t i ,f RUSSELL WILLIAM K .... Professor of Education, Riga? EDWARD ,I .... Assistant Professor of Education, M.A. 4 SANDERS, GEORGE E. . Assistant Professor of '1' Science, B.S., Mayor SABIISBESZQK, GERTRUDE M .... Assistant Professor , ' , M. Ed. JOHN F .... Assistant Professor of Music, M.M- SCHUTZ, EDWARD E .... Assistant Professor of Art, M.A. l SCURLOCK, WILLIAM E .... Assistant Professor of History, M.A. . SCURLOCK, MARGARET . . . Instructor in Health and Physical Education, B.S. SEAMSTER, AARON P .... Professor of Biology and Dean of Pure and Applied Sciences, Ph.D. SHUMAKER, MEREDITH L .... Professor of Military Science and Commandant of Cadets, B.S., Lieutenant Colonel SIMPSON, LITTLETON W .... Assistant Professor of Economics, B.A. ' SIXBEY, GEORGE L .... Professor of English and Chairman, Department of Languages, Ph.D. SLAY, MABEL SKINNER . . . Assistant Professor of Mathematics, A.M. SMITH, WILFORD D .... Professor of Music, Ph.D. SMITH, WILL T .... Assistant Professor of Account- ing, M.B.A. s SOULIER, CARLA-BETH McKENZIE . . . Assistant in Library, B.A. SPIVA, DARRELL W .... Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., Major STAHL, ANNIE LEE WEST . . . Associate Pro- fessor of Journalism, M.S. STANFORD HAZEL L .... Instructor in Secretarial Science, M.B.E. STANHOPE, ELOISE CALHOUN . . . Assistant Pro- fessor of Music, M.M. STEPHENS, MARION L., ,IR .... Assistant Pro- fessor of Psychology, Ed.D. STOCKTON, EDWIN L .... Assistant Professor of English, Ph.D. TATUM, ARTHUR L .... Professor of Govern- ment, M.A. THOMAS, WINNETTA . . . Associate Professor of French,M.A. TRICE, ETHEL PRESTON . . . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, Ed.D. TURNER, FRANK L., .IR .... Assistant Professor of History, Ph.D. VINES, D. DELBERT . . . Assistant Professor of Business Administration, M.B.A. WALKER, WILLIAM A., JR .... Professor of History, Ph.D. WATSON, .IEWELL . . . Assistant Professor of Busi- ness Administration, M.Ed. WATZMAN, NATHAN . . . Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Ph.D. WET-DER, FRANK A .... Assistant Professor of . Geology, Ph,D, WELLS, WAYNE E. Assistant in Military Science, Wiffgeant First Class B,ATI-EY, EDWARD C .... Associate Professor of iology, MS, Wg'13Og23RAIfPg'IhMi .fish Professor of Pharmacy HH 0 c oo o armacy, M. S. YCEUNSE, DOROTHY NIXON . . . Associate Pro- essor of English, M. A. f fi? 103 4-Q7 W ff wi I A ,ff tudent Government Association The official student governing body of Northeast Louisiana State fi W' 17 0 gvffvim-1 I X, 1 A 5? , f 4 ' ,, F V . BILL BOBO President GEORGE ABBOTT Vice-president DIVISION OF EDUCATION Janet Aswell Charlotte Edwards Gail Sawyer Sheila Townley Sarah Womack College is the Student Government Association. Executive powers of the SGA, of which all registered full-time students of the college are members, are referred to the Student Senate. The Student Senate is composed of four executive officers, the class presidents, representa- tives from the various divisions, to be determined by direct proportion and two members of the Freshman class. ' The objectives of the organization are to. promote better citizenship, to develop the best interest of the college and its student body, and to satisfy current and future needs for adequate student representation and faculty-student-administration relations. Under the leadership of Dean Fred J. Vogel, adviser, the SGA works to carry out its goals and objectives. ffl A Jn '17 MARTHA McCABE ELLIOTT GOLDMAN Secretary Treasurer Students gm: Foster Parems .H DIVISION OF IURE AND APPLIED SCIENCES .lunics Caldwell Grace Cascio .lack Duggins Tommy Graves Tonin Gro-as Ent DIVISION OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION James Fletcher Dean Mann Earl Posey f Melvin Rambin A N H 'X l blllllt' N slit I 'N mt. . of thet 14 ,he Q if dilif felt I t , li I DIVISION OF FINE ARTS " I ' Mike Parkerson , Sff . MY fitiznm ' ' ' tudent hgdn andh yzv lrepffffutatimf ' SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Richard Autin I Robert Curry ummm UOTI GOLDMAN Students greet their "daughter" for the annual Foster Parents Day sponsored by SGA. Treasmfr 'Q-,,pnPF Y Q X Dean Fred J. Vogel, adviser DIVISION OF LIBERAL ARTS Milton Platt fPhotOgraph Unavailablel Ben Rodgers 'I CLASS PRESIDENTS Paul Lasseigne JM Robby LeBlanc " Delbert Manuel " Barry White we r flnhotograph Unavailablel 1' FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES Jennie Claire Carroll Robert Payne jg, i I' CPhotOgraph Unavailablel V '7 I I . . t. I President Bill Bobo leads discussion of imD0rtant campus. Pfolects Sponsored by the aswcla mn 7 ya? ffy A XS lg. , 'Q Q 7 l w f ,Q-13,51 W 9 f ff! f, 4 W Q: I . , 2 a :: "' I' '2 2 JANE LOKER Editor 9 lo. lu POE LQUXSX l hNXX xxssSS"s QWCHAGAHOULA SHIRLEY ALLEN Associate Editor The editor of the 1963 Chacahoula is firmly convinced that her job was designed for people who have dim fore- sight and hence little enough sense to accept this office, and who need to be taught a lesson. From the beginning in September to the completion in March the job has been a headache-broken appointments, misplaced cards, stolen typewriters and pencil sharpeners -all contributed their share to the task. The editor could have died from overwork if she hadn't been so lazy- e 1- possibility was averted, however, by the faithful and cient students on the staff who Worked long and hard Ht their assignments. The editor is forever indebted .to the people included here who combed the campus p1Ck1US UP information, taking pictures, who typed long and llafdflt lists of names, and did odd jobs to keep .lane from going 46mad.77 LF QQ -4 K" - llE'l"l'Y ANNE QOAT5 Fvnlllrc EfIlf0V I.. 904, ,xx x ' J I 4' ,K N I LOUhShhha my mhz E hhII11hffhhTh Dphe who have h se to acffpt his 00. rr to the comphhi PM DIANNE FISETTE DIANNE DAVIS Staff Assistants RICHARD GREENE Photographer e-hmhen appohhfh ' Y 's and pencil sharp e Lash The hh ' addr been so hy' the failhhlh orhed long Bild forgygf the GHUP115 Wed hong and J keep Jane 1 Q 4 1 A a 2 1 LADY STAHL Adviser JANET CORLEY ASSISLHHI Class Edltor CHARLES SNAPP Advertlslng Salesman 'r NOEL ORR and JOHN PENNEL Sports Editors ,- Q MTV ,,..--5 uf'-5. 'C tiny? Z: 2 www 1 , 'Ji' my " f f f riff f K' 1 ,Mm 'fc , 6 4.f, 'jj E 1 5 2 POW WOW The Pow Wow, as Northeastas official newspaper, scans the campus to pre. sent a brief view of each week's happenings to students, faculty and staff, Comprised of students in journalism and other fields, the staff has a never. ending task in trying to entertain as well as inform. Each week's job begins with the gathering of the news and does not end until the papers have been distributed to the far corners of the campus. Though constantly on the go, students gain valuable experience by working on the Pow Wow. ffx .giflp Who , What When Where 3. 8,91-tl' 11,01 Q f . . A 1 C ' A ' XQEFHALL DOUGLAS, editor, takes his problems seriously as deadline LINDA HAMMETT - . , associate editor, enjoys selecting pictures for 3 Story. his column. .s Q ED PETTIS, sports editor, tries to give 3 new O r A -x JAMES R. P! members, l ,5,,+.. , i ' il, fy Q, rfi big st RT 01? W 2 0. , e. all f. W, X N E- X ' my b N U I JAMES R. PARRISH, faculty adviser, shows interest in hard-working staff members. JAMES FLETCHER, advertising manager, checks layout for the next edition. 6 ,.v, f '-W4 , I ,.,.a-rx A Ura ' - uv-an rea new dan' In ROBER big St0ryTw5?l?u13fEESON, sports adviser, analyzes last week's M im -, ., f' me ' I 7 1 BONNIE SHELTON, feature editor, checks files for in formation on a story she is writing. I83 l ,X fir' S ff fi 2? iff? if f ff Z gf f f ' ff ' i t .K V -rj f 5 Q! u X l l , ,A A 1 f Q51 2? F1 V 5 N N , w SANDEL HALL . . . Th e place which soon becomes familiar to students for study, research, and informal reading. I84 I 'Wifi WWW fmfwfwm s WWNWW Wfwwmmwiwf. 'NUN5 'W-wmwm 'v gymw.. . , f W M. M yywvffw- ,mwww Z X .,,.Yg, JQW , in A QQ f , I' K fi I I1 !s - W . if i X I - N. ' - 4 ' , 41' S if I , .lip 1 . 'ft' wnj, 5 uc. 1. t el! Q A ' "L ZH ' ' 3 4 . . , I ' 'G' 'I 5 ., rms 4 Ing , i -. v ' 'iw 33, el. ' . 5 YI 'Q KJ , . I K Al wb f Xirafb P' " I .-All ' Q 'lo F. A, 'Ugg ls s ' 4 'S s gf? Seniors GEORGE K. ABBOTT, Elementary Education, Jonesboro LEE ROY ADAIR, Pharmacy, West Monroe RALPH ALLEN, Biology, Shreveport RICHARD ALWOOD, Social Studies, Education, Ferriday JIMMY ARNOLD, Mathematics, Crowville JANET ASWELL, Mathematics Education, Bastrop RICHARD AUTIN, Pharmacy, Jennings LANE BALLARD, Pharmacy, Farmerville DAVID MALLORY BANISTER, Elementary Education, Wisner BILLIE JOE BARFIELD, Health and Physical Education, Newellton CHARLOTTE BARRON, Pre-Social Work, Spearsville BARBARA BARTLESON, French Education, Starr .JOSEPH H. BAUGHMAN, Pharmacy, Farmerville GLENDA BECTON, Elementary Education, Bastrop JOHN K. BELAIRE, Pharmacy, Abbeville Hvssw ABU? CH W 1015 Ha Bfml PAT .UN Oak G MILLS! I ' 1 4 DOXALD Rouge IRBY BOI' .IOIJHIN Educm EDSYLN Be Mon BBQ LINDA BRQ Jw M MARTHA A Hamm HWS sl I lem , I 7' ww 51,1106 , ummm , 6 Studie, 3 IU: CIDIITIIIQ U Education, , Iennings Farmerville R. Elernenlary I and Physical cial Wvflfi 1, Educatiwb llfyf dugdllwlr bbeville RUSSELL BELAIRE, Pharmacy, Abbeville CHARLOTTE ANN BELL, Upper Elementary Education, West Monroe 101-IN I'I. BENNETT, Science Education, Bernice PAT ANN BERRY, Business Education, Oak Grove WILLIAM BOBO, Social Studies Education, Kilbourne DONALD BOULLION, Pharmacy, Baton Rouge IRBY BOURQUE, Pharmdcy, Lafayette JOCELYN ANNE BRADY, Social Studies Education, West Monroe EDWIN BRITT, Pharmacy, Ferriday MONA BROOKS, Spanish Education, Wisner LINDA BROOMFIELD, Business Education, West Monroe MARTHA ANN BROWN, Pre Social Work, Rayville GEORGE BUCKNER, Pre Medicine, Monroe THOMAS BUCTON, Biology, Oak Grove GEORGIA BURKETT, English, Monroe f V! Z .yv m y I l l I ! l I7 Y Wi LA VERN BURKETT, French Education, Mer Rouge ' IRENE BUSBY, Business Administration, Jacksonville, Florida DRURY H. BYNUM, Pharmacy, Monroe BARBARA CALDWELL, Business Education, West Monroe ROBERT W. CALVERT, Business Administration, Rayville RAY CARROLL, Music Theory and Composition, Monroe CHARLES CATCHING, Medical Technology, Monroe DELORES CLARK, Business Administration, Bastrop JESSIE CONVILLE, Accounting, Monroe MARY COON, Liberal Arts, Monroe. PHARES CORDER, Music Education, Monroe ZELLA KAY COTTON, Secretarial Science, Monroe L ,-" --lr r r' ' vi? , "':' ' f V 1 ' 'VWNTQ K f W, .X V A , . if ' W .S MacKENZlE CRAIG, F me Arts, Monroe , t A JOHN R. CURREY, Pharmacy, Sterhngton . RALPH CHARLES DAIGLE, Pharmacy, .., 1 it , , .. ,.,.,.. .,...,3. .,., , ug.. X .... . ,, f Ek' V I 3 ayette . W ,........ 4..l 5 .f .,. :-. . , W ,,, ,VVV ,.,.. , S wi? Ll fgpfo XHA DV URGINIA Blair.:- QXROLIN llaterpf uxnl DI fam Jung II leaf: BERT W. E CLYDE E. AXX ELL .lrlzan BARBAR, Wi , li Glsmx Cm JERRY F1 E- BARR, Edljmtfon . , . rffillllkhudon m1,,,0e Iflfjs . mm 7 and al dminzkfration, Monroe nroe. ation, Monwe fgl SCIENCE Iiollfoe terllllgton xrmml' i Il, fducanon, A JAMES LARRY DENIVION, Elementary Education, Fo-reSt NITA DENMON, Business Education, Forest VIRGINIA DONALD, Foreign Languages, Monroe CAROLINE DOTY, Business Education, Waterproof LINDA DUERSON, Home Economics Education, IVIOIIIOC JEANIE DUFFEY, Home Economics Education, West Monroe BERT W. DYER, Biology Education, Monroe CLYDE ELLIOTT, Pre Medicine, Monroe ANN ELLISON, Music Education, E1 Dorado Arkansas BARBARA EVANS, Business Education, Winnsboro GASTON FAUCHEUX, Pharmacy, Gramercy JERRY FENTON, Pharmacy, Bossier City MARCIA FILES, Biology, Oak Ridge E- BARRETT FISHER, Speech, Columbia FRED FOGLEIVIAN, Pharmacy, Le Moyen ANNETTE FORD, Health and Physical Education, Crowville GENE FORD, Elementary Education, Epps PAT FORD, Home Economics Education, Monroe BOBBY FULLER, Business Administration, Farmerville J. L. FURLOW, JR., Chemistry, West Monroe EMMA JEAN GANDY, Elementary Education, Mangham SARAH GARDNER, Health and Physical Education, Dallas, Texas GALE GARRETT, Business Administration, Bastrop JOHN GARRETT, Pre-Dentistry, Jonesboro JAMES GRAY, Pharmacy, New Iberia LOUIS GILBERT, Pharmacy, Port Allen JERRY GODWIN, Health and Physical Education, Shreveport BROWN IE GOODREAU, Pharmacy, Jennings TOMMY GRAVES, Chemistry, Zwolle JEAN GRAY, Home Economics, Bastrop BOBBY L- COVYIE U l Fernd- nlxcarf Imuoo LINDA GRI4 Weil Nl. l Lllllll' KD l limi: BARBARA ff-I Fe' fv- mmolm Cr.LE'- 3 . Wham, GLENN E. lla Biff: R LIHRXFW IX , 'l'3lBu' if lilly, -. .gg-.,, M1-.a. f""Pv -. n - HW . Cul rim , L i0"f5Pr -.Ly I 3 ' .lim1'n1k1raff,,,, l Sify, If NI ll0I1f0e Wfflfdry and Physiral S ldm1'nistraIion, slry, Jonesboro w Iberia Port Allen Physical 1 M673 Jgnlllllgs WOH9 BgsU0P llcation, BOBBY L. GREEN, Marketing, Marion CONNIE GREEN, Elementary Education, Ferriday JERRY E. QREEN, Chemistry, West Monroe IVAN GREENE, Mathematics, Grayson THOMAS GRIFFITH, Pharmacy, Slidell LINDA GRIGGS, Mathematics Education, West Monroe LARRY KEITH GUICE, Social Studies Education, Sicily Island BARBARA CULLEY, Mathematics Education, Sterlington PATRICIA I-IANDY, Elementary Education, Collinston F. E. HARDCASTLE, JR., Pharmacy, Kinder BLAIR J. HARDEN, Pharmacy, Morgan City GLENN C. HARDIN, Business Administration, Baton Rouge LARRY AGNES HEAD Monroe ALFRED HEMP Alexandria HAYCOOD, Pharmacy, Enterprise , Elementary Education, West EN, Business Administration, Q g':: kr' AARON D. HEMPHILL, Business Administration, Monroe ROSALIE HERRINC, Elementary Education, Monroe .MARGIE C. HOLLOWAY, Home Economics Education, Delhi KEN HOOTS, Speech Education, Sicily Island WALTER C. HORTON, Business Administration, Monroe RAY HUBBARD, Pharmacy, Marshall, Texas X TRAVIS HUNT, Business Administration, Ferriday ELAINE HUTSON, Elementary Education, Jena JANET HYMAN, Elementary Education, Monroe .IACK C. IRVINE, Pharmacy, Monroe LEON JOHNSON, Economics, Monroe RODNEY JOHNSON, Business Administration, Monroe Monroe W K I V ELLA L- JONES, Chemistry, Fairbanks efl 1.h V LARRY KARR, Pharmacy, Merryville 3:5 Xffzfyf GLENN JOHNSTON, Business Administration, SU CAROL Edz FSTELI RAOLI RODNI Ab. ERROL PALI. V Ray RICHXI MIA I GAIL L GLN Ed lllim RQ 5, ,Mm Y 3 f N if "fly 'K 21. ' 5 c A I U, g. . .ff ffgwt Vs., V . . .-AW s., Q '-51'?IlrH:,1 A U , is 51525551 ,Q . .Ta ,-Y, . TEE as Jiminlkirafion, zfnfary ldufation, :im lducaiion, gm, HOHI00 asa, 31011100 new 4? miytrutzon, Fairbanks Imwille X. Seniors SUSIE KELLY, Health and Physical Education, Winnsboro MARTHA KEMP, Art Education, West Monroe EDWARD WALTER KEY, Accounting, A Monroe , CAROLE E. KILPATRICK, Social Studies , Education, West Monroe ESTELLE KIRSTE, Art Education, Monroe RAOUL LANGLINAIS, Pharmacy, La Fayette RODNEY LANGLINAIS, Pharmacy, Abbeville ERROL LASSEIGNE, Pharmacy, Gramercy PAUL WALTER LASSEIGNE, Pharmacy, Rayne RICHARD LAWS, Business, West Monroe JULIA LeBLANC, Pharmacy, Erath GAIL LELEUX, Pharmacy, Pineville JOHN LeTARD, Pharmacy, Zachary GLYNN E. LIGHTSEY, Social Studies Education, Kilbourne MARTHA MCCABE, Elementary Education, Rosedale, Mississippi A A, . Q ,,,,4.- 'J f ....-.......-Y. -,.,,,i- Seniors V g rf? x lgesessteg, i y ,,,x ,y LUCY MCCLELLAND, Business Administration, Winnsboro DONN IE MACK MCDONALD, Agriculture, Rayville ROBERT F. McDOWELL, Business, Monroe MARTON E. MCFADDEN, Pharmacy, Ruston LEROY MCHENRY, Math Education, Monroe CAROL MCKEITHEN, English Education, Monroe WILLIAM F. MCKNIGHT, General Agriculture, Rayville ROBERT N. MCMULLEN, General Agriculture, Monroe CATHRYN MCQUILLIN, Business Administration Education, Baskin NORMA MAGEE, Elementary Education, Monroe PETER MANGUM, History, West Monroe LARRY MAXWELL, Pharmacy, Pineville GERALD MERRITT, Geography, Winnsboro JERRY MILLER, Chemistry, Marion ELSIE MITCHELL, School Library Science and Elementary Education, West MOIIIOC UOXAL ROBERT KIRBY .I Q 1 MTTA 3 MARY Stan HLLYCE Mon RONALD HH MOI. Edu: IMIFS E .-Idm. CARON1 DONALU Educ JOYcg M RHh RONALU Mm AGNBN M9111 tdml -................4-.- ....4......--...... - - . dlp 5 3 1 'Q ujm KL . D' 'lgllfulmre R655 Home Em M fducafiimg Home eneral Agriculture, neral flgriculture, iness ,Bohn Education, 'eg Monroe ,., pinmlle ' Winngboro U :Il0n Sgientff lla Monroe DONALD M. MOODY, Pharmacy, Monroe ROBERT L. MOODY, I R., Pharmacy, Monroe KIRBY JANE MOONEY, Instrumental Music, Centralia, Illinois ANITA MOORE, English Education, Monroe MARY ALICE MOORE, Art Education, Sterlington FRANCES MORRIS, Elementary Education, Monroe RONALD MORRIS, Accounting, Farmerville JIM MOUSER, Health and Physical Education, Wichita Falls, Texas JAMES E. MULHERN, Business Administration, Sterlington CARON MULHERN, Biology: Rayville DONALD MURPHY, Health and Physical Education, Bastrop JOYCE MURRAY, Home Economics Education, Kilbourne RONALD WAYNE NADER, Pharmacy, Marshall, Texas AGNES NEAD, Elementary Education, West Monroe DOUGLAS H. NETTERVILLE J R., Business Administration, Newelton DAVID NEUSCHWANGER, Business Administration, Forest NORMA NIX, Elementary Education, West Monroe VIRGIL NIX, Business Administration, Walnut Grove, Alabama SAM B. NOLAN, Accounting, West Monroe NANCY NOLAND, Music Education, Monroe MARY JANE NUGENT, English Education, Tullos NINA JO OSBURN. English Education, Monroe PI-IILLIPPE OSZUSCIK, Art, Jacksonville, Florida CAROLYN OUBRE, Pharmacy, Prairieville DIANE PANZICO, Elementary Education, Monroe ROBERT PANZICA, Speech Education, Monroe PEGGY PARKER, Elementary Education, Chatham VIRGINIA PATTERSON, Elementary Education, Monroe BEVERLY PAYN E, Home Economics Education, Crowville JANIS PEPPER, English Education, Delhi till il Wit FHEDU ' I ,DDA . pmt I T211 IARRI 4 fda: XSD' I JUDY Rl llc-5 KEN RE DAL LID B. HL ESRI. C We WLLIAI Hug I fda R-IHBQ Ee, EYEL01 Eg, NL, R . z Hmmm Edwomwm H gr Monroe Hucation, limo, !liflI Edumfon, Education, laclisonville, f, Prairieville Educatzlvlb lldllliwb lduwlionf nfllfl' mlb! ,,,, Delhi fnixxraffony Wm NIKE POULOS, Elementary Education, Winnsboro FREDERICA PRIMM, Music, Oak Grove LINDA PRUITT, Business Education, J ones DIANE RALEY, Elementary Education, Tallulah LARRY RAMBIN, Health and Physical Education, Shreveport NANCY RAND, Pharmacy, Fort Worth, Texas JUDY REGAN, Home Economics Education, Monroe KEN RENWICK, Business Administration, Dallas, Texas LYNN B. RICKETT, Home Economics Education, Monroe EARL C. ROARK, Business Administration, West Monroe WILLIAM ROARK, History, Monroe HAZEL JEAN ROBERSON, Elementary Education, Tallulah BARBARA BATES ROBERTS, Elementary Education, West Monroe EVELON RODGERS, Home Economics Education, Oak Grove LINDA ANN ROGERS, Business Education, Monroe Seniors ff'- I s-+95 , h. , EAD : 5' 'iiff ,,, ' l n .4 ., ,fi Seniors, are Q fy, .., yitfiaz , f PRESTON RUDISILL, M arlceting, Monroe HILTON RUSSELL, Pharmacy, Tallulah DEAN SAMMONS, Business Education, Oak Grove WILLIAM SCOTT, Biology, Tallulah BETTYE SCREPETIS, Elementary Education, West Monroe SARAH SHANKMAN, English, West Monroe NORWOOD SHELTON JR., Math, Lake Providence WAYNE SHIPP, Accounting, Bosco RICHARD SHOVAN, Pre-Social Work, Tallulah ANN SMITH, Mathematics Education, Archibald BO-DICK SMITH, Pharmacy, Bernice CHARLES W. SMITH, Accounting, Monroe DIANA SMITH, Instrumental Music, Oak Ridge MARIE SMITH, Social Studies Education, Ferriday DAVID SPRAGUE, Pre-Medicine, Monroe EPP: WILLIE! Crum CAROL ST JOHN R. Q Oak 'Ji mums Rafi 1.. I KH' TEHR LINDA TH. Educcf. JOSEPH TI .lining Nmmm We: I' Twmn Cwnm DWR51 FDIHRD j THEM 1. NIVTAIQH Il N 'fini , nb' mg- rn Education Oak nentar ' Ea' WN MOHIOg Ilulll, Lake Bosco 1211 Work, zcati0fb iernice W, Monroe Oak U5l01 ducgllllllr ,y Mollfoe I Utdlfonl TOMMIE STOCKSTILL, Home Economics Education, St. Ioseph LINDA STOCKTON, Elementary Education, Epps WILLIAM STREET, Business Administration, Crowville CAROL STREVA, Pharmacy, Morgan City JOHN R. STROUD, Business Administration, Oak Grove WILLAMINTA TEMPLE, Accounting, Rayville KAY TERRELL, Sociology, Monroe LINDA THOMPSON, Health and Physical Education, Winnsboro JOSEPH THOMPSON, Business Administration, Monroe MAIDA THOMPSON, Elementary Education, West Monroe TOMMY THOMPSON, Pharmacy, Monroe C. W. TIDWELL, Biology Education, Downsville EDWARD TISDALE, Fine Arts, Bastrop SHEILA TOWNLEY, Social Studies Education, Monroe JAMES TOWNSEND, Chemistry, Winnsboro M -., If ,.,.,.,,,,, fl W ,. f 'Q ' P lil lg, , . , ,EW ll w I lj 2,11 it iw it fl Mi 2,1 T MADELEINE TRESSNER, Medical Technology, West Monroe 1 I . A R. S. TRIMBLE, Agriculture, Monroe - LUTHER G. TUBBS, Social Studies T Education, Bernice 1 lip i fl F IZ li' al wi w PAT TURNER, Elementary Education, Oak , Grove , LOUIS VALLEE, Pharmacy, Welsh IV i ROBERT VANCE, Music Education, . , Shreveport l 1 . l , TERRELL J. VERRETT, Pharmacy, Welsh w, I ml if lv TIM VICKNAIR, Pharmacy, Lutcher g ANN WALKER, Home Economics Education, gl Monroe i il .I' I 5. .H liz fi MADELEINE MAUREY WALKER, Mathematics Education, Monroe Ali RANDALL WALKER, Health and Physical ip! Education, Hallsville, Texas .11 iii: E Q JOHNETTE C. WARD, Elementary Education, Monroe it Z1 lil ll T CAROLYN WELCH, Elementary Education, ,g Pioneer . ERDWIN WHIFFEN, Health and Physical Education, Jackson, Mississippi , i A MURFF WHITE, Elementary Education, , : I . Bastrop l l 305995 Wei 7' THEUTA V wus was RICHW SIE BHIG5 1, ,... fan... mai' nm WEXDLUL lege CHXRLIf'Tli pf. ..., , only... 0. Z, YATE. Btwn ' -..W FPANEIS if WY MN licxrf Wifi if, 3 T 'H s Ea- Inf Eg, I I Ui .u . utjurwedltal mfg' Monk? I ' . l XM Mies T I ry itllltqffony Oak 'L Weigh ' I.-dufgjfon, 1 I r I iamlacy, Welsh 3 Lutcher lomics Education, ILKEH, Ilonroe llllld Phlslcal K35 'rlldfj' ,I Eduvvllflf ld tppi ROSEMARY WHITE, Instrumental Music, West Monroe THELMA WHITE, Social Work, Monroe LOUIS WHITWORTH, Sociology, Bastrop RICHARD WILLARD, Pharmacy, Sunset SUE BRIGGS WILLIAMS, English Education, Monroe LARRY WILSON, Speech Education, Bastrop WENDELL WILSON, Social Studies Education, Jena CHARLOTTE WOMACK, Elementary Education, Oak Grove 0. Z. YATES, Elementary Education, Bastrop FRANCIS YELDELL, Government, Monroe MARY JANE YOUNG, Business Education, Monroe BRENDA YOUNSE, Elementary Education, West Monroe RUBY EVVA EDYS QI ONES, BONNETTE, ZEAGLER, Elementary Elementary Home EC, Education, Education, Education, Bastrop Waterproof Monroe Seniors JOHNNIE KIRKLAND, Elementary Education, Monroe ,356 sf. JANE L. MAY, JANET Elementary PROCTOR, Education, Spanish Monroe Education, Lake Providence Juniors ff nf' 4, ,' ,, N J S ff 'Ar r X , Q H9 ' "fri s , f I N, Joan Aaron . . . Kilbourne Walter Abbott, Jr .... Oberlin Ronald Ainsworth . . . Baton Rouge Jenny Alger . . . Monroe Barbara Anderson . . . Oak Grove Carol Baker . . . West Monroe John Baker . . . Jennings Marshall Barhe . . . Port Allen David Barron . . . Oak Grove Gerald Baum . . . Delhi Jim Beard . . . Crowley James E. Bennett . . . Oak Grove Jerry Blankenship . . . Crossett, Arkansas Lynn Bourgeois . . . Donaldsonville ' Raymond Bourgeois . . . Donaldsonville Roger Box . . . Shreveport Q Paul Joseph Breaux . . . Franklin V f Robert Broda . . . Brownsville, ,A , j Pennsylvania as J Anne Bruce . . . Monroe A lli 5, Mary Clare Bruscato . . . Monroe r il y 4 f Zz.-.gif r x Bill Bryant . . . Monroe Margaret Jan Busby . . . Chase Charles Cagle . . . El Dorado, Arkans-SS Lyne Campagna . . . Baton Rouge Richard Cal wow Cl' Grace CW' Ann Cllffpmi Gloria .lime Q Clar Thongiarolina john Clema . Carl Clofffnf Robert Collins William Cornf Dora Crain . Albert Crawfor lulia Cred . . Theresa Dm, Carolyn Dm Colette Da,-is n Soellay-u P Pflllly Dem t Bllllf Sue Din! Pallltla Donn A Ullrehoac. lolm Dub lm r . 'l - or BMW Ronnie .. ,....--:n........-. . s....-s-4......n....4,..n-..4...-..........-...4g--. ..v4....-...,.. . - . I 013 kdboume . . I OMB -Bar Home Onlloug . I ' Grove N H oe . P Allen ,N 4 our 111111111- 011 Jak Grove Delhi dey . Oak Grove . Crossett, Donaldsonvillv , . 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Kathy' Ha: Frances Ha H 3 Albert Hs: Slllli Har Flank llel. lifnndh llfyri, inn Ha- X'-. Jlllqtlline S 2 loam V llljgh Ji M M F--.r. . 'tin Wo . Wm - Monroe - Mer Ronge M'--llnile - Bblrop -ifayetie - r - lille Platte Monroe Monroe onroe it. Joseph fallronn ellni Monroe V , Monroe West Monroe Monroe ne Bluff' All inns ml! H nal 311535 ' Juniors Elliott Goldman . . . Shreveport Jay Goldsmith . . . Monroe Carolyn Gough . . . Kelly Purvis Graham . . . Dunn Annette Graves . . . Monroe Therman Hale . . . West Monroe Arline Hall . . . Sulphur Ricky Hallak . . . Jerusalem, Jordan Tilrnon Hallaway . . . Shreveport Stephen Hamm . . . West Monroe Kathy Harbert . . . Shreveport Frances Hargon . . . Tallulah Camilla Harmon . . . Monroe Albert Harrington . . . Estherwood Sylvia Hayden . . . West Monroe Frank Hebert . . . Napoleonville Kenneth Hebert . . . Jennings Rick Herrington . . . Bastrop Ann Hobgood . . . Monroe lackquline Hodgson . . . Newellton Saundrea Howell . . . Oak Grove Joann Hughes . . . Monroe Hugh Huxen . . . New Orleans Helen Jackson . . . Monroe 5-.3 ' Q f I or age' 5' . 7 Li ,il lag 3 .- , . t're or S . e f ,W J fr' Q 5 2 - f A"i' ' K , f . .rr 1 HW' affix? an 'f ' W 0 7 l fi! f ' Y Xw:,::r:ei,.,lg N, V , ,:,:,,,l,: x ,,,,, , fi J- K J . J, A X ff X - V' '- . ' '1 XX '- 'U :Dx - Q f J 9 A O V 1 Juniors, Emmilee Johnson . . . Harrisonburg Gayle Jones . . . West Monroe Marvin Jordan . . . Heflin Patricia Kelly . . . Monroe Bonita King . . . Marion Robert Knickerbocker . . . Monroe Connie Kohnke . . . Covington Anthony La Marca . . . Independence John Lauve . . . Alexandria Jo Ann Lewis . . . Bastrop Robert Louviere . . . Jennings Betsy McBride . . . Davant Glenda McCann . . . Pineville Georgia McCarroll . . . Jena Ken McCay . . . Baton Rouge Betty McCowan . . . Oak Grove Mike McCready . . . Monroe Charles McDonald . . . Oakdale Sandra McEachern . . . Monroe Dianne McGee . . . West Monroe James McGough . . . Monroe Zoletta Ritchie Mclntyre . . . Bastrop Virginia McKee . . . Columbia Gail McKoin . . . Jones Charlff Jill Fredfflfl ll lDl1U WF' ll? Teil llilfu julian Jlehl Danni' Emmin Jlff Edwin llzle Pele llugfar James llxlis Judy Neal . Erif Nels 1 . SIMD' New 'ff xs r ' rglflal gi .lriizsis lim' P: -F llrlillq Psi" me Parlffx Jlallhi Pnl lldrx A . PM T. viii fn. 'r H, . U Hart! . Hugh lieu lt lame . . Hamm Mollrge Q Xlifion 'Shel' I . , . omoe ' - Coiinmn A ' - - ln'l9Pfudence l-lflillfllia - Bastrop . . Jennings . Davant l 1 . Pineville N ...lena aton Rouge L . Oak Grove y , ilonr0C ' . , Uakdale , , llonrffe West Monroe ilorlfoe BaSIr0ll rrC"' Columbia lC5 Charles McPherson . . . Delhi Frederick Martin . . . Boyce John Mayes . . . Kinder Nancy Mai' ' ' Ted Mayeux . . Julian Mehl . . . Danny Miller . . . Emmitt Moore . . West Monroe . Lake Charles Monroe Monroe Monroe Edwin Mulhearn . . . Monroe Pete Mulhearn . . . Monroe James Mullis . . . Monroe Judy Neal . . . Monroe Eric Nelson . . . Hallock, Minnesota Sonny Newcomer . . . Delhi Virginia Nolan . . . Pine Bluff, Arkansas Jerry Pace . . . Monroe Judith Parker . . West Monroe Mike Parkerson . . . Monroe Martha Parks Nicholas Perez Wesley Perry Tommy Pitre . . Delhi Delacroix Island . . Perryville . . Opelousas 5, , Q 4 A ff-'36 .AAP KW! if. 4.: .,., , A O P 4 'S 4. f!'.',K, Thelma Ponder . . . Monroe Claude Pratt . . . Bastrop Earl Price . . . Monroe Mike Prosperie . . . Houma Nancy Radzikowski . . . Ringgold William Ragan . . . Monroe Ernest Rhymes . . . West Monroe Ronnie Richardson . . . West Monroe Betty Roberts . . . Monroe Wayne Roberts . Andre Robinson . Thomas Robinson Jeanne Rogillio . Elton Ruffin . . . Herschel Ryan . . De Anne Ryder . Charlotte Salley . Karen Schell . . . Leo Schillaci . . . . West Monroe . . Bastrop . . . Sterlington . . Monroe Oak Grove . Monroe . . Buckeye . . Monroe New Orleans Napoleonville ,lulia Scott . . . Fairbanks Marye Shaddinger . . . New Orleans Robert Shelby . . . West Monroe Thelma Sheperd . . . Baskin Sarah :Mo ,. Carol Slol Frank Sm Carl Sfmt Cawlw lf Edward Sf Judi' Charles E: Lynn San: llarp' Sill lfonarfl SQ Robert be Nelda New lllollne SI: llhllllm Sq lhsszs- Ollllf Tex lie lmi ln lane T567 llnis hh flung, D lliygalh N .5 H lin e Tu, ,M 4 3 , :mst em V 5 xv! 9 'WH A lllllll . QQ ' -HA. . 'UL . uh ' ' ' llllr:-Y: an , " ' ' ll0I1Iee We - - - Wane, - . . llajilfge 5'--ll'5lllUmog 'U---llaitrop an . . . Sterlmgmn . . . llonroe . Oak Grove . . llonroe . . Buckeye , llonr0C New Orleani gapoleonvllle rba11l45 New Oflws est llonfoe iaslfin l llllipie Juniors Virginia Sinquefield . . . Tallulah Sarah Sloan . . . Bastrop Carol Sloat . . . Bastrop Frank Smeltzer . . . Monroe Carl Smith . . . Tallulah Carolyn ,lo Smith . . . Monroe Edward Smith . . . Tallulah Judy Smith . . . Lake Providence Charles Snapp . . . Monroe Lynn Sonnier . . . Lafayette Mary Sontino . . . Winnsboro Leonard Spears . . . Oberlin Robert Statham . . . Bogolusa Nelda Stewart . . . West Monroe Clotine Strong . . . Oak Grove William Stroud . . . Mt. Olive, Mississippi Ordie Tarpley . . . Monroe Velma Taylor . . . Girard lane Thomas . . . West Monroe .larvis Thomas . . . Lake Providence Bettl' Thompson . . . Winnsboro Priscilla Thompson . . . West Monroe Rosalyn Thweatt . . . Natchez .lane Tucker . . . Monroe md is ir 2 ,. l fif M W 'A 'V if ,fl ,, ,sf ? f 1 ff Z W f f xy yuan ws' 'fmmii , 4, - ' s W X N Q ' it x .- V Q . f ,,g.sy fx ff S1 1 W fi 2 WKQMX Nelwyn Tullos . . . Tallulah Donald Walker Ellen Walker . . . LaFran Walker Sandra Walsh . California . Oak Grove Monroe . . . Bastrop Los Gatos, Joe Wells . . . Sicily Island Melvin Jean Whatley . . . Lake Providence Carol Wilhite . Faye Wilkerson Davis Williams Gerald Williams Ronnie Williams West Monroe . Rayville . Natchez, Mississippi . . . Monroe . Pineville Judy Willis . . . Ferriday Carolyn Wills . . . Monroe R. F. Wilson . . . Monroe Don Wood . . . Monroe John Wong . . . New Orleans Veronica Worley . . . Monroe Fred Young . . . Sikes Phillip Youngblood . . . Monroe 4 dallii ' Ann A , William Adj' Shirlfr' -W lrnii Adrian - Sharon AYP' ' Ioafph -lime? Nanci' Bifllff . 1 V7 llargarel .in Roxanne Berk Charlotte Bede Ann Bernard . Vance Bevel . lynn Biclzel . flnn llinghggg Sandra Bislrgr? lal' Blaliinex Charles Br, r AJ ir. Cratchel gig, -5 Gaffih Bond Bonnie Bon xp Sire Rr . Wit: y. Rodflrr R r. Blflnie Bn. A lent RT 4 H2 - l . N lil We lldnl-oe ' Btl5lI'0p - Loi Caro ' Q -s UP Island eil ' ' - Lake li Eff Monroe . Rayiille Natchez, llilsisippi . Monroe Pineville nday lonroe nnroe OrIeanS llonr0C , M0I1f0e Sophomores Ann Adams . . . Springhill William Adams . . . Vicksburg, Mississippi Shirley Allen . . . West Monroe Adrian Arnaud .... l onesville Sharon Ary . . . Rayne Joseph Ashley . . . West Monroe Nancy Bartleson . . . Monroe Margaret Ann Baugh . . . West Monroe Roxanne Becker . . . Baton Rouge Charlotte Bedenhaugh . . . Monroe Ann Bernard . . . Pioneer Vance Bevel . . . New Iberia Lynn Bickel . . . Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Ann Bingham . . . Clayton Sandra Bishop . . . Rayville lay Blakeney . . . West Monroe Charles Blaylock . . . Monroe Gratchel Boothe . . . Winnsboro Gareth Bond . . . Sterlington Bonnie Broughton . . . Rayville Sara Boughton . . . Bastrop Rodney Bold . . . Baton Rouge Bennie Bradshaw . . . Mangham .lerry Breithaupt . . . Jena ri ..... .-,..,,........--f -- - .-......-..- ... ,,.,, , i,....ir... ,loan Breland . . . New Orleans Carol Bryan . . . Monroe Dianne Bryant . . . Bastrop Alice But-ler . . . Monroe Kay Butler . . . West Monroe Jimmy Caldwell . . . Bastrop John Calhoun . . . Gilbert Rita Camp . . . West Monroe Sandra Cararas . . . DeRidder Lynda Carpenter . . . Bastrop Phil Carpenter . . . Bastrop Charlotte Carter . . . Monroe Judith Cathey . . . West Monroe Rita Chapman . . . Wisner Fred Cheeks . . . West Monroe John Ciriello . . . Waterbury, Connecticut Bonnie Clark . . . West Monroe Doris Clark . . . Newellton E. D. Coats . . . Columbia Robert Coleman . . . Olla William Coleman . . . Ferriday Wade Coody . . . St. Joseph' Larry Cook . . . El Dorado, ArkansHS Anne Cooper . . . Monroe So jane! l, GUY rL Dalf L" Jean Cf.. Hfllrffi lk Joel Cllr! Walter C1 Patricia L lil Ronald Ds Sue Da is lhc-ms U1 .lallifi lk: D56 Defi-. Bob Dir.: J Hills It R T John DQ lux: -K Ura-La gi. llichgye K -ing. . Xlx ,Lk I .0 .ihgf . WV. 'M We .ylwwm . , Bastrop Monroe We: rim ' ' B6-ftrop . gilbert - Dflliflfler - - Bastrop . Bastrop . Monroe West Monroe Wisner est Monroe hterlnrry, Connection! 51 MonI09 gllton mbifi llle 'errlflfl eepll' all01 Ar V6 or Sophomores Janet Corley . . . West Monroe Gary Cox . . . Bastrop Dale Crane . . . Newton Jean Crawley . . . Monroe Robert Crittenden . . . Shreveport Joel Crick . . . Crowville Walter Culp . . . West Monroe Patricia Cunningham . . . Georgetown Shirley Curry . . . Monroe Ronald Davies . . . Monroe Sue Davis . . . West Monroe Thomas Davis . . . Monroe James Dunn . . . Bayville Dale Derhonne . . . Lafayette Bob Dixon . . . Alexandria Marshall Douglas . . . Monroe .lunita Downey . . . West Monroe .lohn Dunn . . . Baton Rouge Virginia Earle . . . Tallulah Richard Ellis . . . Monroe Anthony Emloanato . . . Monroe .lo Anne Emerson . . . Monroe Richard Enmon . . . St. Bernard Alma Faulk . . . Monroe ...- .. .. ,...,....... Y' if! ff! rf' W7 759 fl had ,,5 wir' 351 ir .Q 2 .-T 1 ,v r w 4 ,gy 3- ' 'f-r 'el o fs ,HL ,V .,,. A , r-,.a tis Jane Ferguson . . . West Monroe Gary Fields . . . Monroe Martin Fisher . . . West Monroe Carol Fontenot . . . Ville Platte Sandra Fontenot . . . Collinston Wayne Fontenot . . . Ville Platte Martha Foster . . . Monroe Richard Foster . . . Monroe Carlyn Fotos . . . Shreveport Carolyn Franks . . . Delhi Marilynn Frantom . . . West Monroe Owen Fung, Jr .... Lafayette Mary Ann Futch . . . Monroe Carolyn Futrell . . . Calhoun Billy Don Gammel . . . Crossett, Ark. Patsy Gammill . . . Rayville Ike Garrett . . . El Dorado, Ark. .lo Ann Genusa . . . Monroe Helene George . . . St. Joseph Barbara Gilliland . . . Monroe Bob Givens . . . Coushatta Gary Godair . . . DeRidder .lean Graham . . . Crowville William Gray . . . West Monroe S01 In v.- - . 1 BIAUIW ' Dali GMS FT LACIE? lit Patel' GMI Richard 07' Vance LH lf' ' r- Rf-bert GW' km' lirtil - lane bum . . William Hari 1 lan Halheri llary Hans 1 SHHIHE' Har: Eleanor H53 lm Him: . Remix' HW, Kal Hitt Hn- . --lr. lr Mn Hitllr. Div. -1 L ec HEX? W S lltl-1 HTEQ - PW " My yi s QE., . ' 'LI lv. K HM N , 4 , ,nw . Mom . . time ne Wm Mom :N Y, on . nllepnane Q . . , Qouinvton f h - - vnn no alle ' ' Mllllme - MOIIIOQ - Sllrevepoff ..Delhi I - - - West llonroe - - lafayette . . llonnoe . Calhoun . . . Crossett, llnln Raywille loradv, All' lIonr0C t. l0SfPh y Jlonrve alfa dder ville Monrfle ophomores Maurine Gray . . . Shreveport Dale Green . . . Monroe Lacrese Green . . . Oak Grove Patsy Greene . . . Crowville Richard Greene . . . Monroe Vance Lee Griffis . . . Bastrop Robert Groves . . . Shreveport Jerry Grubhs . . . Monroe Jane Gunn . . . Tallulah William Hallaack . . . Rayville Jan Hallmark . . . Monroe Mary Hanson . . . Monroe Sammy Hargrove . . . West Monroe Eleanor Harmon . . . Monroe Irma Harper . . . Collinston Beverly Harrelson . . . West Monroe Kay Harris . . . West Monroe Dixie Harvey . Susan Hawkins Diane Heard . Thomas Heath .lanet Hebert , Ronnie Henry Carrol Hicks . Tallulah . . . Little Rock, Arkansas West Monroe . Rayville Bastrop . . . Port Allen Farmerville '36 'F fa: -ff! 12 lizlfioinnin Q il L l h ,W '?x F7 S Clyde High . . . Vivian Hazel Roben . . . Rayville William Hodge . . . Monroe Max Hollis . . . Rayville Janis Holloway . . . Sterlington June Holtzclaw . . . Sterlington Harold Ikerd . . . Tallulah Betty Ann Inahnett . . . Monroe Louie M. Irving . . . West Monroe Sue Jackson . . . Manifest Sarah Jarrell . . . Monroe Betty Johnson . . . Monroe J ack Wesley Johnson . . . Rayville Julian Johnston . . . Sikes Myra Jones . . . Gilbert Glenda Kelly . . . .lonesville Robert Kemp . . . West Monroe Odell Kifer . . . Newellton Terry Knight . . . Sophia Kokinos Elaine LaGaze . Diane LaGrange Paula Lawrence Mike Lazenby . Bastrop . . . Athens, Greece Cullen . . . Monroe . . . Shreveport Bernice S0 Leg ,in Dflvfff Uma I Anlhvnl Iwwf l lane I-'fl Elbffi L Chip LF- Ida Yay' David N Jerry llc Jewell NF Elizalah W David llf Julia llcl Dflben Ni Naomi th Sam llsrg Rohm Ni' Wiliam xl ' 1 Llflda xy, Jann V. Ly Riga Fa iz! oz, L13 RJ'-we ' - wg rllffg Rjyoibxe 1. s ' ' Millington N - A . rlmgon - lhlllulih --Ere C12 . . , Home ' ' - ll-Fil llonroe lllnifest llouroe . llonroe on . . . Raynlle . .llxes ilben ll'lHb-Ville fest Monroe fell!0I1 nstrop ,others GW Hen vl0I1f0e hfevffP0fl nice Sophomores Lee Ann Lewis . . . Monroe Delores Lindsey . . . West Monroe Eloite Lively . . . Baton Rouge Anthony Lobue . . . Hammond Jeanne Loftin . . . Bastrop Jane Loker . . . Monroe Elbert Lozes . . . Monroe Chip Lyman . . . Baton Rouge Ida Vaye McCabe . . . Jones David McCarty . . . Jones Jerry McCarty . . . Columbia Jewell McCrary . . . Cotton Valley Elizabeth McEnery . . . Oak Ridge David McNeill . . . Chicago, Ill. Julia McVay . . . Monroe Delbert Manuel . . . Elton Naomi Marlott . . . Bastrop Sam Marsala . . . Monroe Sidney Martin . . . Harrisonburg Robert Massingill . . . Sterlington William Matkins . . . Sterlington Linda Ann May . . . Monroe .laney Miller . . . Bastrop Rosa Gail Miller . . . Grayson .AAAA . , f ywmx N! 9 f f Q, ,4 fjffs WN x f X fy ' W x i f f ' if - 31255 ,V M g N 1 Z N? E? X fa 4- XZ .X W. Z for if Larry Mixon . . . Atlanta Brown Morris . . . Kentwood Johnny Morris . . . Columbia Terry Morris . . . Delhi Ronald Morrow . . . Tullow Pete Mulhern . . . Rayville Betty Sue Murray . . . Lake Providence Jerry Neal . . . West Monroe Bobbie Nick . . . Monroe Joy Nolen . . . Monroe Sue Norris . . . West Monroe Beatrice Nugent . . . Rayne Nancy O7Quinn . . . Holly Ridge Walter Ostten . . . Columbia Jerald Owens . . . Haile Grady Pace . . . Wichita, Kansas Sue Pace . . . Marian Anne Pankey . . . Monroe Anthony Panzica . . . Monroe Steve Parker . . . Monroe Rebecca Pearson . . . Transylvania Henry Peck . . . Sicily Island Frank Pence . . . Baton Rouge Johnny Perkins . . . Sarepta 0 Rohm Pc: Charlff P' Sharon pf' Laiunf Pl' B111 Pippin Chris Poet' Iohn Post? Keith Prim Syliia Prin Patty Pune! SueQuiml1y llurray Ri Rlfhiffi Rai Edldll Rail: David H5552 Bembe -inn Rin,-ha rm John Rilm-5 ll0nnie mind! lim R ROME MCU ' K 4 Z'2f1q'0fd A Cs , .Rumba V s 4 Doi - Toljoh. h ' RAFWHE .M Q . . like PM WN Qu Mgnme . Monroe Monroe Wat Monroe - , . Rayne . . Holly Ridge . Columbia Haile Fichjta, Kansas an Ionr0C , Monroe 011106 TranSYWia Island U Rmlge xrepw r , A 5' f 'W l 'fx A f if f i if Q' fo' . sf Z X5 fx Q ' S X f x if x f fx N2 X, X 1 ,G ,Jw-X W, .-Q, rg, irn'm,ZtsQEr 1, K Q, .wsy ,g ffl X KN is ' to f as ll. K' . ,sl F? J. Ns, :X 4 f X D A 4 X , , Q X 7 M ,A xf f W. Z X 'Q , Q f f K 4 K Helen Rogers . . . New Orleans Judy Roth . . . West Monroe Gail Sawyer . . . Oak Grove Tommy Sessions . . . Urania Ronald Sharbono . . . Mangum Barbara Sharp . . . Wes-t Monroe Jean Shaughnessy . . . West Monroe John Shaugnnessy . . . Monroe Charlotte Shaver . . . West Monroe Agusta Simon . . . Winnsboro Carolyn Sistruck . . . Bastrop Herbert Slusher . . . Monroe Brenda Smigura . . . Deville Jimmy Smeltzer . . . Monroe Barbara Smith . . . Farmerville Lynn Smith . . . Newellton Glen Spence . . . Alexandria Gilbert Stanford . . . Portbarre Janet Stegall . . . Sibley Vernon Stephenson . . . Baskin Louis Stockstill . . . St. Joseph Bettram Stone . . . Baton Rouge Max Summerville . . . Bastrop Opl .Cy ' " Betty' ,, 7. Chaflf Tr lamef TW" ' ' Ralph ld LOU .- Qhidey T631 iii . Sharon llf??'3 My It me . D IL.-. .. ., - 'rm' TP 'r 1. l. I, liigs flirt l' N' li .lee Tn:-1 Lire: Lf., V 1 - 'Vlfllg . iflarr -. 'S I 'lx lm I 4 A. Y U :C- Nm OT 3 T. Q it llrtn s 'mf ll i, x ll l"l0i'e I 'llllria i ' Tl0l11'0e ' - - - War iron ' - - - llonroe - - - Test llonrog - Winnsboro . . Bastrop . . Monroe , . Derille . Monroe , Fannewille lewellton Eiiiflllfla ponbarre blev n I Baslilll QL IoS0Pl1 ron Rouge BZSUOP Sophomores Betty Swink . . . Charles Taylor . . West Monroe . Downsville James Taylor . . . Monroe Ralph Taylor . . . Monroe Lou Templeton . . . Rayville Shirley Tewell . . Sharon Thigpen . Martha Thomas . Ronny Thomas . L. J. Thompson . Sharon Thompson Jo Anne Trenoh . Elizabeth Tubbs . . Monroe . . DeRidder . . Winnsboro . . Monroe . . Vidalia . . . Monroe . . Tallulah . . Bastrop Judy Tucker . . . Dunbar, West Virginia Richard Tullos . . Beth Varnell . . . . Jena Winnfield Johnny Varner . . . Monroe Wayne Verrett . . . Monroe Nell Waits . . . Pioneer Gary Walsvrorth . Terry Warner . . . . Jonesboro . Wisner Robin Watson . . . West Monroe Sue Watts . . . Bastrop Ronald Weir . . . Monroe Mf- paw ve 5' X 7 0 N 2 l fi f l R, ,f .6 '-" 7 , '.::.I'f'Q 7, ,A ,ff-,,.,2 1,2 My . :Zfa,., ' ie .gg kasf Q fx iff " ' V 0 N 1 is f V l 1 4 M? S Nf' aww W, X Q Q . xf rr J rs , xi f ,1 r - ff , ff" or 'ff X- X X ,- f ,nw .. .1 ..,.., , 'yy ',-' . 1 , " gf, I :.:Es:::E,.:::k '?,':,.:zEz3ff'5"7, , ff L fasf:-if , Z E 4 f , L K K Y , t s 1. . ' fb' Q5 . W -::,AE:-:. ,fi aa, ia V . 1 A f""ff+ , 1 --it. W ' Et ? ,, ,, f a 211 :z X ff' .Y?:1:J.e J " 'Vx .- .,., . , Aif yf'I ty! X49 fl? Zigi' 12,9 l Maha X H , f X ff: fff 4f,H',Qf 2. ' f, :..r3m,sbMf'w,4n'unf,.:' was ff ' Jean Weldan . . . Baton Rouge Sherry Wells . . . Bastrop Mary Ann Wendorf . . . Pineville Francis White . . . West Monroe Richard White . . . Ringgold Kathy Whitfield . . . Falls Church, Virginia. Charles Whitworth . . . Bastrop Sue Wiggins . . . Monroe Joseph Wiley . . . Jonesville Otis Wiley . . . Mayna Alvin Wilkinson Palmer Willett . Eddie Williams . Emelda Williams Shelia Williams . Thomas Williams Kenneth Wilson . Elaine Wiltshire Mike Windham . . Jacksonville, Arkansas Tallulah Jackson, Mississippi . Monroe New Iberia . Olla Urania . . . Baskin Monroe Robert Wing . . . Monroe Carolyn Wollerson . . . West Monroe 4, W . Cecilia Wood . . . Pine Bluff, ArkanS85 Melany Wood . . . Monroe 1 Mark Womack . . . Monroe 1.13 . n!,,,,-1,-,v,,,A,.,.,, ,,,,.,.. .,,,,...,..,.,,..........-- ..-- v il. I: NJN-, kk v K ' A iliac ' .rl llfrmfi ' ' Rini?-old . . . Chunk Elf nh ' ' ' B3EiI0p ' - - Monroe - - .louisville . llama " - - - laclnsoniillonl ...Tallulah . . . 1ack.son,liisfnipgi . . llonroe . . . New Iberia ,5,,.0l.lE , I, M1113 kill ..Be I , Monrve Monroe Jimmi' Zamhie. . Monroe "Moo, moo, baa, baa, cluck, cluck" exclaim wandering freshmen as they look for fellow animals in freshman activities. manf' . f N fa'-YG MW' 3 W W5 , ff 'un QTUPT' 1? Y ff .49 AB 45 ' 4 r on Wfst Mom V" 'K 'rf 3-if 'ff' gif." j Nz 34, 1 ' " one , gi-gif n,p A r r of Pine Bluff? fi' ' ' L -giftofiki-1ff'A' ' l ' ' Monroe ggiixiligw ' ,We 1 1- axi s s . on .nn. ,M y 0 ?.u.,f3"3 QN:.-Alflfi I ' V V ,M an I V ' - . . - - 0fag1idyeXPress1ons and dialogue appear in the major dramatic produCI10H ear. Homecoming maid Shirley Nelson, flashes a radiant smile to parade 3 "But this is how ma and pa told me to get my '-A? e f. , ,. 4 f g, e .K , 1 ' ,c' ,lfflhfx-'ig-J: fq1',l9',4 .bait . - .Y J Q' Q- fl-1. ' , . 2.1 J , cfs' -' ' w., , J' ' ,'e V' - '- . f -f-f-g'4:"f- :.... my 221,-. LLL.: 6.4 , -. . 1 1 ' - f' f -f' V. g- ,,s wo. if 1 ,, I wg .Jw x 2 ,.. .ea ,A ' g A 4 ' fn, ,, ., , '- G! , .4 4 ua. .,.,, ' . fo f, 'Winn-3 5 fu , ., 4 . . , , l. . s,' Q., Y' "lm, ,Al-, VSA.. ' I V 1 . VV, ,aa 1, 46- """"" . .n., ,, - , o ,,,ah, a a admirers. 225 -P 4- -Y ,,. , .Y ,,, ...- ......... .-. .-.,., .........................-,.....-.-.- . f lixw 4 1 Z M alfa :,:::: 7 X f a Nl ,y 5. l f 3 as 1' x s n' wi xx X x f ii 27 7 'K .X . X V X ,. 57: x ff X vw? Freshmen Frankie Accardo . . . Monroe Dona Adair . . . West Monroe Carolyn A. Adams .... West Monroe Wanda Adcock . . Pat Ainsworth . Ricky Albritton Vernon Alford . . Carolyn Allen . . Monroe . Bastrop . Bernice . Ferriday Delhi Evelyn Allen . . . Delhi Richard Allen . . . Oak Grove Wayne Anderson Jackie Arnaud . Clyde Arnold . . Marion Ashley . Byron Atkins . . Maxine Auger . . . Rita Bagwell . . Ronald Baird . . . . Holly Ridge . .lonesville Newellton . West Monroe Bonita Oak Grove Monroe Winnsboro Frances Ballard . . . West Monroe Shirley Bolton . . . Tallulah Elaine Bass . . . Wisner Paula Bauer . . . Monroe Janet Beard . . . Monroe .lerrie Ann Beasley . . . Newellton Nancy Becton . . . Bastrop Pat Beene . . . Hughes, Arkansas .lay Bellamy . . . Oak Ridge Evelyn Blackmon . . . West Monro Cecilia Bland .... Sulphur Yelverton Bondurant . . . Sicily Island Dominick Bonura . . . New Orleans Carl Book . . . .lonesville Carmen Boothe . . . Harrisonburg Charles Boothe . . . Harrisonburg Floyd Borden . . . Sterlington Barbara Borgkvist . . . Monroe Mary Ann Bostick . . . Collinston Beverly Boutwell . . . Burns William Boyd . . . Oil City Zelmu Bradford . . . Choudrant 6 -Q.. , sg Quia- 51" R' '- L 'rt' +4 54 My vs, in i...'mQi QE? 1 N5 X Lutffilg N Q gg 1 , ...rg-2 :-em? -sgx ' fi ,E ' .w. Y "-I 7 I . ll: .lag 4 I ta is si' Air! AQYYQ , .1 'Wi Mid IQSL-T an-. l"'lf'1 -zu M7516 f H . Qu bm? 5 F Vwzrse .3 'ti r W - '52 ll-me 'Y . H555 l Tsar: . , Wwe . .llvmxe 4.11 . . . Bfitllifi . Fw-:rrp 013 My 1 , t West 51011106 Q ff-har ficilf Hand Ve' Ufffm fill? qxfgonbtlfg I nvfjninbmg riin!f0" HJUIUC '-Oujngton :tif JU I rddfxn Gloria Bradley . . . Tallulah Jerome Braud . . . Monroe Judy Breland . . . Monroe Marie Brewer . . . Vidalia Samuel Brian, Jr .... Winnfield Susan Broomfield . . . West Monroe Loretta Brothers . . . Monroe Linda Brown . . . West Monroe James Brownell . . . Monroe Carla Brupbacher . . . Monroe Evelyn Burnett . . . Vidalia Jacqueline Buris . . . Monroe 'QQ Sylvia Burns . . . Shreveport fr Helen Busby . . . Monroe Jerri Byers . . . Rayville Billy Callens . . . Belmont Richard Campbell . . . Monroe Marilyn Cannon . . . Oak Grove Sharon Cannon . . . West Monroe Edwin Canoy . . . Forest Mary Jean Caraway . . . Jonesboro .Joyce Carpenter . . . Bastrop William Carpenter . . . Jonesboro Jennie Clare Carroll . . . Monroe Rosa Marie Carter . . . Monroe DeWayne Cassels . . . Enterprise James Catching . . . Monroe Clifton Chambley . . . Wisner Connie Chaney . . . Rayville Gary Chapman . . . Farmerville Nan Cheek . . . West Monroe ' ci' Linda Childress . . . Kelly C77 Virginia Childress . . . Kelly , Jerry Clampit . . . West Monroe 5, Carole Clark . . . Bastrop .Judy Faye Clark . . . Monroe Janie Clark . . . West Monroe Dianne Clement . . . Girard John Cloud 1 . . Oakdale Betty Anne Coats . . . Shreveport 'x At 'Midi ,M , arf 'M-Sw o9""l" Q15 'ffm 'Z 'Qs g M 9 M if 2 rf 1 X: ,. wa ge. -- mp, , jg I X N V ..,, , 'AIQ X f Ng f Z 2 P X f X f 2 f , Q ve , fa Q7-7.-sp, 2 35? X A ' f f A , f X J. , X , , 'ZX' 228 . ,fm , x M C WWMQ Y iii 242' I-, If ' X ,Z fl ff ,,,. .4 -. in 4 .IA . , v" 'by Y l W ,asf ,sg 1 ff? M s W. 5 Q7 f W 'Koi 'fb sf ff ,f Q., X f ,,-W.: .1 , - Q. 4 5 ,W dj ,,.,, A f f J ' Vt, ,Q W9 f :,,: V.l,,., .,,Axx A , , 2 as sz f .4 , W1 5 . L I gf s .Q wr-sn .1 Grady Cobern . . . Wisner Sharon Coldron . . . Shreveport Dwight Collier . . . Springhill JoAnn Collingsworth . . . Downsville Ralfe Cone . . . Wilmot, Arkansas Dorothy Ann Conville . . . Monroe Richard Cook . . . West Monroe Linder Cooper . . . Monroe Ruth Copes . . . Crowville Glenda Cose . . . Monroe Cecil Cox . . . Sicily Island Donna Faye Cox . . . Baskin Dallas Crain . . . Fort Necessity Jerry Crane . . . Newellton Billie Crew . . . West Monroe Robert Crowe, Ill . . . Eros Mattie Pearl Cruse . . . Olla Jeanie Cuave . . . Winnsboro Carolyn Cunningham . . . Shreveport Carol Curry . . . Monroe Elbert Curtis . . . Memphis, Tennessee Carolyn Dampier . . . Archibald Charlotte Daniel . . . West Monroe Noel Daniels . . ..Farmerville Shirley Dark . . . Start Diane Davis . . . Oakdale .liles Davis . . . Monroe Marguerette Davis . . . Monroe Sharon Davis . . . Monroe Thomas Day .... Columbia Malcolm Decelle . . . Monroe Bruce Decker . . . Metropolis, Illinois Michael Decker . . . Plainfield, New Jersey Donny Denis . . . Sterlington Marilyn Denny . . . Monroe Susan Devereux . . . Monroe Jessie Ray Devillier . . . Krotz Springs Sherry Dial . . . Fort Necessity Thurmon Dickey . . . Winnsboro Jeannie Dixon . . . Monroe Kofi' Milf jeff' Hr! Wd 413-' Ugg: 1, . - - '.'v-"' 1,3311 H'--if ,lsn E Puri.: hir Jizr L12 p V1 L-fn. Su: lil. 1, lu: U42 55:2 Cz: Be: QL. N1 X X xqrr if-. ,,, 'fwfr QQJAH ll . sf, ll-J " lfinllli Clif 5: . 12'-si , . um lawn 011 Y me bil, Doro Shrevepon :, Tennesee :ibald Monroe llc HOC Illinois d New Jersef SPfing5 '0 Freshmen Ronald Dixon . Anacoco dl D Glenda Doles . Monroe Jerry Doles . . Bonita Melvin Doucet Lake Charles Marshall Douglas West Monroe Cathleen Dowdy Bastrop 'N Omar Driskill . Arcadla Johnny Dunham Rayville Larry Edwards Bastrop Rosie Elkins . . Rayvllle Joe Elzen . . . Shreveport Richard Erwin Fort Necessity Katherine Etier Man ham James Evans . Baskin Edris Ewing . . Manifest Charles Fallin Monroe Gerald Farrar . Shereveport Sandra Ferguson Monroe Mickey Fezatte Bastrop Lynn Fife . . . Baton Rou e Dianne Fisette Sheryl Fletcher Carolyn Flint . Benny Flores . Carolyn Flynn Dorothy Fortenberry West Monroe .lames Fortenberry Gilbert Norman Fortenberry West Monroe Jeanne Foster . Monroe Becky Fox . . West Monroe J. B. Fox . . . Baton Rou e William Francis Rayvllle Alice Free . . . Archibald Anita Fuller . West Monroe Doris Fuller . . Start Patsy Fuller . . Shreveport Patricia Fulmer Monroe Deanna Furlow West Monroe Flo Futch . . . West Monroe .-s Qi as QM' v7 2535 gf Xe X ,, X A N Z - S UGS' WCS? X r is f 2 gf ,, X as . We fren we A - K sexe szgfkf, ,,,f , f, .al r?SfN4Xf6N,X X S i, NMNJQN Sf, .. ,. , , , s X QQ r X . M aunt. .aa-Jf1,r,,,,rQ. Q .rr ab? Sf QV R , 3 , Freshmen Jerry Futch . . . Holly Ridge Janet Gaines . . . Pioneer Alice Gilley . . . Delhi Tommy Gassett . . . Miami, Florida Ina Rae Gaston . . . West Monroe Edwin Geissler . . . New Orleans Malcolm Genius . . . Iowa ,Ian Gentry . . . West Monroe James Gillen . . . Shreveport Jimmy Gilliland . . . West Monroe Darrell Glascock . . . Tullos Charles Golightly . . . Shereveport David Goodman . . . Alexandria Michelle Goodwin . . . West Monroe Lynne Gordy . . . Tallulah Jimmie Graham . . . Crowville Imogene Graves . . . Lake Providence William Graves . . . Rayville Betty Green . . . Oak Grove William Green . . . West Monroe Robert Groth . . . Jennings Carol Groves . . . West Monroe Charles Hair . . . Bastrop Saul Hakim . . . Monroe Marilyn Hale . . . Monroe Harvey Hales . . . Monroe Linda Halley . . . Delhi Linda Hammett . . . Shreveport Linda Hatton . . . Winnsboro Billy Hancock . . . West Monroe Cecil Harp . . . Bonita Walter Harrington . . . Estherwood Edgar Harrison . . . Monroe Mary Hart . . . Columbia Sandra Hart . . . Monroe Cherry Hawkins . . . Epps Sharon Hays . . . Monroe Travis Heard . . . West Monroe Ronald Helfin . . . Monroe Anne Hemphill . . . Monroe mn I I fffjs dn W' lt tw will ln i,.,0'l'1'f 1 gm 'Winn His .xfmfmn texlndm 'NM ua Mme 'milk if Pmvidenoe Hilfe -:me 4 Skim 'F Monroe P 8 :WIT I0 bnrw .mod C Margaret Hendrix . . . West Monroe Salvador Hernandez . . . Tallulah Dale Herring . . . Bonita Michael Higgins . . . Oakdale William Hilburn . . . West Monroe Henry Hinkle . . . Monroe Juanita Hinton . . . Kelly Irvin Hirschmann . . . Port Allen William Hobson . . . West Monroe Robert Hogg . . . Logansport Jacqueline Holder . . . Forest Luther Holloway . . . Enterprise Jerry Honeycutt . . . Mer Rouge Dwight Housley . . . West Monroe Leda Ann Hover . . . Slidell Joyce Howell . . . Monroe John Hoyt . . . Princeton, New Jersey Patsy Hughes . . . Bastrop Patsy Lea Hughes . . . Monroe Joy Humble . . . Monroe Betty Humphreys . . . Bonita Cherie Faye Humphries . . . Monroe Joyce Hunter . . . Delhi Robert Hutts . . . Monroe Myra James . . . Gonzalas William Jenkins . . . Monroe Doyline Jiles . . . St. Joseph Bill John . . . Monroe Kenneth Johns . . . Collinston Henry Johnston . . . DeRidder Horace Johnson Lyndae Johnson Lillian Johnston Paula Johnston Robert Johnston Phillip Jones . Diana Jordan . . Karen Keith . . Jenny Keller . . Judy Keller . . Montgomery Monroe Monroe Shreveport West Monroe . . Oakdale . West Monroe . Jonesboro . Collinston . Collinston y 109' .. -,JT ,....nfi .P -A ly, 'png fra: 9 .9-J 7' L, 1 . A ,V , 'mx' f.:.:f 'F-' J .W U Q 9 W .Q 3 : ,q q f Z E , , '15 ,rg X .. ., 175 IZI 'Wi , 'Ui' f t x , xv f. S1 . ,' f fx X - Ili Lane Jerry Kent . . . Georgetown Mary Killen . . . Start Virginia Kincaid . . . Winnsboro Warren Kinsey . . . Slidell Peggy Sue LaCour . . . Olla Polly LaCour . . . Olla Wayne LaFarge . . . WinnSb0r0 Alfred Laird . . . Kelly Lucy Laird . . . Kelly Bill Lane . . . Monroe Jack Langston . . . Collinston Joy Lawrence . . . Columbia Robert Lawrence . . . West Monroe Rosalie Leatherbury . . . Lacomhe Dalton LeBlanc . . . Houma Ronald Lecza . . . Stratford, Connecticut James Lee . . . Alexandria, Virginia Jimmy Lee . . . Urania .lean Leggett . . . Bastrop Rosary Lemoine . . . West Monroe Linda Letterman . . . West Monroe Cheryl Lewis . . . Kelly Roy Little . . . Monroe Arnold Loe . . . West Monroe Donald Lott . . . Pineville .ludy Love . . . Linville Martha Lucas . . . Monroe Bettie McCain . . . Winnsboro Donna McCain . . . Winnsboro Agnes McClelland . . . Winnsboro Lyn McCready . . . Monroe Sue Ellen McMahan . . . Wisner Glenda McNema R .... Columbia Eileen Magee . . . West Monroe Vic Mahoney, .lr .... Waterproof Connie Maloy . . . Linda Mangum Donna Many . Carolyn Martin i i Cherie Martin Dodson . . . West Monroe Baton Rouge . West Monroe . . . Pineville 1 ,- ,Y . .., 41' "Na ls.- xf 'dftfm , .-. .. '- .ri llf' ,J .K 'llibvjm .fl ...liffn W Q. .1 fi: ' l-101356 S-:J "'d".C3llUECllCl1l TfLll!g1m3 on rs: Homme Monroe .UW a om PJFU nsborv QICI' ibid F09 1r00f 'oe 'oe Freshmen Ella Martien . . . Waterproof Terry Martin . . . West Monroe Randy Mason . . . Minden Phillis Anne Massone . . . Monroe Gary Matheny . . . Jones Pearl Maxey . . . West Monroe Miles Medlin . . . Marion Dorothy Mercer . . . Mangham Walter Meredith . . . West Monroe Freddie Methvin . . . Harrisonburg Brenda Milhy . . . Wisner Ross Miles . . . Bastrop Nancy Miller . . . Monroe Richard Miller . . . Collinston Roland Miller . . . Shreveport Mary Lee Milstead . . . Monroe Noel Mitchell John Mittell . Charles Moak . . . Olla Willie Mock . . . . . Bastrop .loe Mongle . . . .lames Moeller Judy Mongle . Jimmy Moody Argyle Moore Decker Moore Delores Moore Larry Moore . Mary Moore . Nita Moore . . . Susie Morgan .loyce Morris . .loyce Mullins Floyd Murry . Port Sulphur . Monroe . Winnsboro Winnsboro . Winnsboro . Monroe Lake Providence . West Monroe . . . Monroe Monore N ewellton Monroe . . . Monroe . . Farmerville . . . Monroe Lana Murray . . . Rayville . . Bastrop Margaret Naquin . . . Lake Charles Dan Naremore . . . Shreveport Abner Neill . . . Baton Rouge Shirley Nelson . . . Bastrop Freshmen Barbara Neyland . . . West Monroe Bonnie Nick . . . Monroe Rex Nolan . . . Farmerville Tex Nolan . . . Farmerville Virginia Nolan . . . Monroe Frances Norman . . . Rayville Sherry Norwood . . . St. Joseph Essie Mae Nugent . . . Tullos Patricia Nugent . . . Bastrop Carol Nunnally . . . Bastrop Barry Odom . . . West Monroe Pamela O'Donnell . . . Monroe Ray Olson . . . Brockton, Mississippi Jesse Oliver . . . Jonesboro Scott O'Neal . . . Fairbanks Gladys Osborn . . . Vidalia Tommy Oswalt . . . Rayville Margaret Ottersen . . . Shreveport Donna Parker . . . West Monroe Carolyn Parks . . . Delhi Mary Jane Parnell . . . Gibsland Frank Parratt . . . St. Joseph Jerry Parsel . . . Bastrop Harriet Leigh Patrick . . . Lake Providence Ann Patterson . . . Grayson Annette Payne . . . Dodson Betty Sue Pearson . . . Jones Betty Peck . . . Sicily Island David Perkins . . . Oakdale Wilbur Perkins . . . Monroe Joseph Pert . . . Bastrop Mary Elizabeth Perritt . . . Eros Tommy Perry . . . Shreveport Sandra Peters . . . West Monroe Sammy Peterson . . . DeQuincy Carol Ann Petty . . . Monroe Robert Pfrimmer . . . Kalispell, Mont. James L. Phillips . . . Jonesboro Joyce Phillips . . . Winnsboro lien is N A A P V it . ,. NCQ 1,43 .g V .' 'YM .QS v's.? ll ZPIQ '! fffa Ahiiiippi U A :evepm tr-. ...iff Edznd ph lake Prosidente I 75 +C tion!- Freshmen Rawslyn Phillips . . . Eros Susan Pipes . . . Collinston Cheri Pittman . L. E. Pittman . Sue Helen Polk Robert Powell . Barron Powell . Carolyn Presson . West Monroe West Monroe . . . Mangham Bastrop Monroe . . Quitman Richard Prestridge . . . West Monroe Carey Prewitt . . . Monroe Linda Price . . . Baton Rouge Donna Gail Pulley . . . Oak Grove William Quenam Katherine Quirk Wayne Rader . . Samuel Rambo . . . . Bastrop . . Port Sulphur Monroe . Georgetown Dwight Ramsey . . . West Monroe Sidney Redfeane . . Georgetown Patricia Reeves . . . Gilbert Kay Reinhardt . . Monroe Frances Reinhart . . . Mobile, Ala. Roddy Renfro . . . Bastrop Jerry Renz . . . Ringgold Kenneth Reynolds . . . Bastrop Sandra Rhinehart . . . Shreveport Kay Richardson . . . Monroe Fred Riser . . . West Monroe . . . Tallulah Beth Roberts . . . Diane Roberson Floyd Roberts . . . . Buras Harry Roberts . . George Roberts Ron Robinson . John Rodman . . . Percy Rogers . . . Terr Ro ers y g . . . Gaynell Romero . Mary Ann Rose . Bastrop Lake Arthur . Pioneer Bastrop Memphis, Tennessee Bastrop Arcadia . . Welsh . . Rayville Tommy Roy . . . Maurice Pam Rudisill . . . Monroe fs abs 'fn .41 if 2431 win fs, f ,f , my s .,, Z s?'f E yya ,W rs NW, L CW. A Charles Rugg . . . Monroe' H5553 Ronnie Rugg . . . Farmerville by-wi-, Cheryl Lee Saine . . . Aleicanderia 15,5 Beverly Sanders . . . Sterlrngton W, l:-- William Sargent . . . Harrisonburg fjzffr- lg' Janie Sasser . . . Zwolle M353 1: Betty Savage . . . Crowville Pfrfia lm Susan Schepers . . . Vidalia R243 13, ff " I Betty Schilling . . . Zachary V' - - H0225 f A Lee Nell Scott . . . Columbia Anita Sehan . . . Monroe Nina Suru . . . Broussard J' fl .,.l l". Carmen Shambro . . . Monroe iff? F" Bonnie Shelton . . . Spearsville .i----1-J Lucian Shockey . . . Mer Rouge Pearl.-A-we Karen Sibley . . . Bastrop 1415.5 Genie Sievers . . . Shreveport 9,11 , Keith Sigrest . . . Zachary .:. . - J 4 Barry Simpson . . . Bastrop 1:3 jill Janie Simpson . . . Monroe E123-,TZ Pamela Sims . . . Rayville PM - -at 1--,. E Carolyn Sirman . . . Delhi .' :M .lessie Slade . . . Baskin xi i-7' Brenda Smith . . . Monroe David Smith . . . Monroe Lf? l 1.1 f-J' Ll: , Joelle Smith . . . DeRidder Pennington Smith . . . Shreveport ' Glinda Smull . . . Monroe f , Vincent Sotile . . . Donaldsonville Larry Spears . . . Oberlin , Joyce Standifer . . . Oak Grove Mary Stanford . . . Springhill Linda Steele . . . Monterey l Carolyn Stephenson . . . Baskin Sheila Stevenson . . . Rayville "' M 1 rr, V , , Parnell Stockstill . . . Monroe Mary Lou Stoddard . . . Rayville Jerry Stone . . . Bossier City . ' Bobby Stuckey . . . Rayville E l T N V X s-':'j if, :- rm' 'Ta lofi frm. as has me Nni -Sm' Ne: Rouge 'WP rmport 5-In MOP NIIDC ills elhi n me VC kr HIUUPUH lwnville Grow hill skill llc ze ,ilk Carolyn LaVerne Stump . . . West Monroe Harold Sullivan . . . Spencer Lawson Swearingen . . . Ruston James Tatum . . . West Monroe Joyce Taunton . . . Holly Ridge Charles Taylor . . . Jena Lahonda Thomas . . . Start Patricia Diane Thomason . . . Mangham Randy Thomisee . . . West Monroe Ronald Thompson . . . Holly Ridge Sandra Thomton . . . Winnsboro Glenda Thrasher . . . West Monroe Shirley Thrift . . . Monroe Andrea Tilbury . Mer Rouge Pearl Tillman . . . Monroe ,lohn Tolar . . . Monroe Beth Torrence . . . Springhill John Calvin Trevillion . . . Fairbanks Linda Trinkle . . . Monroe Linda Truett . . . Monroe Benny Turner . . . Lewisville, Arkansas Elaine Turnley . . . Trout Pat Twiner . . . Sunshine William .l. Vanore . . . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania loyce Van Wagner . . . Venice Tina Velasco . . . Monroe Priscilla Villa . . . North Plainfield, New .lersey .lohn Barry Vogt . . . Ferriday Fay Wainwright . . . West Monroe Eddie Waldrip . . . Quitman Betty Walker . . . Lake Providence Chris Walker . . . Oak Grove Judy Walker . . . Sikes Ronald Mark Walker . . . Pineville Ronny Walker . . . West Monroe Sandra Walker . . . Monroe WYnell Walker . . . Jonesboro Robert Watkins . . . Sulphur Frances Walters . . . Crowville Shirley Ward . . . Spearsville .-FB 9-. Q si' aio!! rx IT an ,. I My v i S ' 1 , , 1 , an 5 A r-'AQ xf1'N4':J ut " f' NK ifrld l f - 'V ' 1 ' e 9' I ii . .ix ,,, ,. .Y 4 , Hgh' I 6 'Q 2 was 237 . 4,7 A -,-..4f - Y ............... ..,,, -..,.-..V-...- -V--.Av------.-W Q, . y A "pf 11 X f fsy X7 yi Q? sig! f X f fx ff , J, Q ,,VV, ff X X fs fs QW B X 'W ZA 1 . SN X my S f ,, f Q W W X X f X XZ 4 3 WW! K g S N Y' M QNWJ4 WNW is WW Q' Q 1? S l ,gg 551 ,4 ll Wanda Ward . . . Monroe Dennis Warner . . . Monroe Jimmy Warren . . . Bastrop Sharon Watson . . . West Monroe Ronald Walters . . . Bastrop Nita Watts . . . Bonita William Watts . . . Baton Rouge Georgia Webb . . . West Monroe Casey Weeks . . . Sicily Island Linda Welch . . . Monroe Kenneth Wells . . . Bastrop Margaret Wells . . . Sicily Island Sherry Wheat . . . West Monroe Elizabeth White . . . .lonesville Norris White . . . West Monroe Patsy White . . . Dodson Steve White . . . West Monroe Richard Whitehead . . . Monroe David Whitworth . . . Bastrop Cheryl Wiley . . . Monroe Delores Williams . . . Delhi John Williams . . . Springhill Ruthie Williams . . . Dayton, Ohio Jesse Wilson . . . Vidalia Howard Wimberly . . . Sulphur Joanne Winton . . . Fort Smith, Ark Catherine Wishum . . . Jena John Wood . . . Winnsboro Ralph Wood . . . West Monroe Sara Beth Wood . . . St. Joseph Anita Womack . . . Bastrop Jerryce Womack . . . Shreveport Barbara Wo-rley . . . Monroe Elaine Wright . . . Olla Alice Yeldell . . . Bastrop Joe Zarro . . . Monroe Donald Zuber . . . West Monroe 'fm 552 'W I , Fi? 'Ive mn fi!! Island . 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VAN-TROW OLDS CADILLAC X SILVEHEHINP WOMEN'S APPAREL Miiiiiiiffesiiuail is I A NA Beauty Queen Headquarters Downfown Monroe Twin Cify Shopping Cenfer 320 DeSiard Sfreei' 22I3 Louisville Ave. POLL PARROT-VITALITY-RAND I No, ivg not that I i l k I 1 I I I AE, "Exervbodv S lookmg at sxwat :gm MMO. ll llll 'qg 'F- EASTGATE 919' CAMERAS FILM PROJECTORS WCDQDW CAMERALAND Norfh l8+h and Hudson Lane Phone Monroe, Louisiana FA 5-6845 NLSC A+hle+ic Teams' Travel Suils Furnished by Gay's Men's Wear. f M The only men's campus shop in Collegefown l-leadquarlers for Young lv1en's Clofhinq. Visil' fhe Varsi+y Shop af Gay's. T urr ,waufsr 00" f,,fp,u PUAPTIUIYIK is mm PFMU Congralulafions gpm SUNDAYSI Class WEEK DAYS and of ? 6 l , I II l HOLIDAYS I962 II:00 AM. +o 8:30 P.M. ln Twin Cify Shopping Cenfer, 2203 Louisville Ave. Mr. and M R d k H lx Wt' F0 TTI P ld , a mick at Iva honoring new vomf-rs to the' Northeast l'avullv. I I phrase of the nxghtly car ' th ' d I ROARK BROTHERS MUSIC CO. BALDWIN PIANOS AND ORGANS FIRST NATIONAL BANK X of BAL'Tl'l.E'.i..s...... WEST MONROE, LOUISIANA Your Friendly Bank Serving The Twin Ci'ries Donft Watch Us Grow . . . Grow With Us! Member I Federal Reserve Sysfem Deposiis Up To SI0,000 Insured by I'I1e Federal Deposii' Insurance Corp. Locaied aI' 500 NaI'cI'IiI'ocI'Ies S'Iree'I' D NORTHEAST LOUISlANA'S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE . . . FOR OVER I I HALF A CENTURY! Acrosonic and Howard Spiheis M ,Mm cm, SHEET MUSIC WE FINANCE WHAT WE SELL ON EASY TERMS 703 Jackson S'I'reeT PHONE FA 5-4371 .'i9i0R"H ff' -v 6 SEK I ' Q5 LEQZX Q I X'-Ill..-U. K "'Fun0', i glze gowe1'Qj1lIopjJe, Cgbnc. IOO4 NORTH THIRD STREET MONROE, I.A. Your 'Floral orders will be exper+Iy prepared by Mrs. D. I. Hirsch. uw - Iiimq any Ie-1' ' Con RIN OUAI NATION Bn Roz and Henry Haas, Jr. 5 d WH ras I WE SEII IMS eel FA 5-4371 +ly Xi CO. Congratulations Class of I963 RIVERS-HEUER MONROE WHOLESALE DRUG COMPANY, INC. I3I N. 2nd S+. PHONE FA 2-I484 The Ideal Refresher Belween Classes DITBPIHI' DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY MONROE, LOUISIANA - - I OUACHITA NATIONAL BANK College Town Branch SERVING THE COLLEGE AREA Q 5 CENTRAL BANK FULL SERVICE BANK helps you make the most ofyour money G9 MONROE - WEST MONROE, LOUISIANA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporat' 1 I CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1963 XS , fx 1 I FREY'S PHARMACY Eff V FA 3-6 I 86 FA 2-8470 J 9 ? .. 1 A1I.L:,11111: 5 1-""i"n"' M r e R .alll -W-E ' , II I 2 ' MON ROE-sHREvEPo RT J. B. MCCOY LUMBER COMPANY SERVICE COLLEGE Souilh Grand OWNER COURTEOUS SERVICE MONROE 1uNE up CONGRATULATIONS CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE WE SEI Ill NC PH TO THE CLASS OF gg 1963 I I ...V I J. C. STEELE LUMBER COMPANY, INC. PHONE FA 24467 ' 907 COLEMAN Ave. WEST MONROE. LOUISIANA I I NV 5 1 I , For Matchless Cooking . . . if 8 6 Let Electricity Do It! 1 ' SPATS REXALL DRUGS I I I 'j E I700 Louisville Ave. X MONROE Cooking neecln't be a chore anymore. With the speecl, cleanliness, and automatic 3470 teatures ot an electric range, preparing the tamily's meals becomes a pleasure. Malte your next range an electric one, and you, too, will say - ELECTRIC COOKING IS .I y I li ,4 fl 'vi RTIUIS CIIRVII CAMIUSIII REPRESENIA I WEI L CLEANERS 508 North Fourth Street 2004 North I8th Street MONROE. LOUISIANA PHONE FA 5-3 I 62 BETTER COOKING. LOUISIANA POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY "Helping Build Louisiana" 4 Iou S03 1 When you U3 ' YQU des! That me-355 ' ' Mm FJ' sp- nn- T InsurecI Safefy Has No Subs+iI'u+e 405 Pine S reef MONROE, LOIIJISIANA BUILDING LOAN ASSOC IO6 S+. John PHONE FA 3-332I PHONE: FA 2-447I You'II LOOK and FEEL BeHer wifh HeaI+Iw and Beaufy Aids From . . . COLLEGE PHARMACY Free Delivery 7 Days a Week 36I0 DeSiarc.I Sireei' JOHN A. ZAGONE, Pharmacisi' SI Ig I ' ' ' Monroe attorney, J. Norman How to Rggigter on Campus I 4. - L'z,54.v'Q4fS-'kE'Q-'f'fhIfff-:'r7.Ri l ' r ' I ' ' I4 I N V Q. IIP1' N I -' Og El I" w I ' gi Y I' 'tv I I ,4 I I 1 . . ' I Coke 2 I . E . lhiqpgfr- -"- +-- . . b an 5, .1-4-1 -,ijt '69, I I When you call a halt in a tough day's work, SHQP II I you deserve the best of refreshment! A, tlmyg?-I JLKA ' j'r - ' I That means . . . you've got a Coke coming! I.-glliitg I t ' Make sure you always have plenty of ,..--' , sparkling Coca-Cola on hand. I? 9 I Bring home the Coke! ' " I lotfiod under :authority of The Coco-Colo Company by L BOTTLING COMPANY SITE' L:'f"'I' 4 .. ' I I THE COCA-CO A Downtown and Twin City Shopping Center MONROE, LOUISIANA Why Not Inquire About a Field's Student Charge Account? All That Is Required Is Your I.D. Cards. THE PATRONAGE OF FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF NORTHEAST STATE xafefy IS APPRECIATED bslilule evi Congratulations, Class of '63 IOE WILLIAM KING srusss AN ASSOC. Stationery ompany IOI North Grand at DeSiarcI MONROE LOUISIANA 2447I - BOOKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS AND GIFTS OFFICE MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND SERVICED John 3 - I 1 l 1 1 I i I Coon and NLSC librarian, Mrs. Maud B. Bentrup look over one of the legal books he recently donated to Sandel Library. YW .1 g,ff1ifiix'i1.Qf.Mk.lA-kiix.: K -. L N -,--. A , ,Af 1-,.,.1gfv.3-xA F Q - 9.-'rg p ug .ivhjl-nfjjfh CI" ' r .., 'M , 33.1. f-vig, Tv 'V L. ' f-L p.f.Lf.-x 'xg I-,-J'I'1.Q' -'15.:f.- -qi :ng-03.3,-.,7r ' 1,1-,' hzxsr, 4r'gg:-l- fr-1 .- vv il' f,"vs 9 1-Lf 5, -5,--.-.'4:2f'i ,.':21z-.1-f, 9, ,Lf " f::.- -vig. 6. :Q-in f'.,' ' '. 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