University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR)
- Class of 1965
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Text from Pages 1 - 354 of the 1965 volume:
The Arkansas State Teachers College
The Arkansas State Teachers College
Karl Weathers - Editor
Mary Alice Pendergrass -- Associate Editor
David White - Business Manager
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DEDI CA TION
Many new things have been added to the
physical plant of Arkansas State Teachers College.
Even though the school has changed physically:
we are very glad that the quality of the faculty
has not been diluted by the new influx of students.
One of the parts of this and any other college
campus, that plays an important part, is the library.
The library is important for many reasons: first, it
provides a place for quiet study, and second, a
place in which to find information needed for any
class. One thing that most people do not think about
is how the books are placed on the shelves so that
a person can find them. This is the job of the tech-
nical librarian. This person is not always seen, but
she is a very important part of the library. She has
the responsibility of classifying every book that
comes into the library and of recording the book and
the place to which it is assigned.
The dedication this year is to this person. She
has been at ASTC for twelve years. She has spon-
sored organizations, and she is always willing to
help anyone in need of help. She got her B.A. at
Arkansas College, her M.A. at the University of
Denver, and she has clone additional work at the
University of Washington. During the Second World
War she was in the Waves, and she is presently
the president of the Technical Processers depart-
ment of the American Library Association. She
teaches classes in Cataloging and Classification.
We dedicate this, the 1965 SCROLL to you, Mrs.
Opal Walters, as a small acknowledgment of the
work you have done for Arkansas State Teachers
College. - Mrs. Opal Walters.
Mrs. Walters checks an entry in the catalogue
Mrs. Walters rests for a minute in a hard day.
IN MEM ORIAM
The Arkansas State Teachers College suffered a
great loss in the past year through the death of Clar-
ence S. Williams. Mr. Williams was professor and
acting head of the Department of Geography when he
died in his sleep Iune 26, 1964.
A native of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Mr. Williams
made his home in Arkansas following combat air force
service in Europe in World War II. He was president
of the Higher Education Division of the Arkansas Edu-
cation Association. He had also planned a textbook
for the geography of Arkansas.
In his eleven years at ASTC, Mr. Williams had been
a friend and kindly advisor to many students. He had
worked with students as sponsor of the Student Senate
and Phi Sigma Epsilon as well as in individual contacts.
We honor his memory.
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This is ASTC.
Index. . .
One ofi 'A" is its
fine faculty, Administration and students.LfEach- college
in the nation canmake this-same boast, but one thing
ASTC has thatlnfiany colleges do not have is co-opera-
tion between tL- n these, three major .parts,y,of i,t, y the college.
In this, the,gg5Qt1j,5edition.pf the Sdro1t,'twg55gire attempt-
ing to show these three, "t--M rn of 'ASTCA
function togetlieri i f
In the handsfof the administrationlies' the responsi-
bility of executing the various-policies,ofthe collegeg
academic, financial, A- social,-if and public. relations.. It
is this groupgthat iprovides'1the'work'f '-,l leadership
necessary to uphold the standards Ofitlieff school. The
administration. is 'in charge of 'keepingfithe official
records of the college, of making all 'purchases and
disbursements, and of carrying outithef. instructional
practices and curricula policies.
The mechanical system of IBM machines aids this
group in their efficient work. Registration has been
made less tiring and time consuming since these
machines have been a part of the administration's
equipment. All records are now easier to keep more
In February of 1963 the administration moved into
the new Ad Building. This building has enabled the
administration to perform on a very efficient level.
The building offers many new and interesting fea-
tures: private counciling rooms, a test center, a new
and more efficient business office, and a staff lounge.
Dr. A. E. Burdick and Mrs. Olive Ferguson have
found the staff lounge a good place to rest and drink
a cup of coffee after a full mornings work.
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Mr. Orval E. F aubus
Governor of A rkansas
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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The Board of Trustees of Arkansas governs the Ar-
kansas State Teachers College. The six members who .
make up the board are appointed by the governor and
approved by the Arkansas Senate: the members serve .gl y KLMT My y E
for seven years,
The Board meets four times each year in regular
session. The members of the board serve without pay.
The Board has full authority to make all final decis-
ions on the general policies of the college.
Serving as chairman of the board for the 1964-1965
school year is Louie Polk of West Memphis. He was re-
elected last year for this year.
Digby C. West Cleddie W. Harper I. Kendall Haggard
I. C. Mitchell Mrs. Rufus Morgan. Ir.
Dr. Silas D. Snow
President of the College
Snow Is Fifth President of ASTC
Dr. Silas D. Snow became the fifth president of the
Arkansas State Teachers College on Iuly l, 1953, and he
was the first alumnus to obtain a high administrative po-
sition at the college.
A native of Conway, Dr. Snow graduated from Con-
way High School. He served as editor of the Scroll and
president of the Student Senate of ASTC, and graduated
from this college in 1929. He received his Master's degree
from George Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee.
In 1959 Hendrix College conferred on him an honorary
Doctor of Laws degree.
President Snow has devoted his life to furthering public
education in Arkansas. He served as superintendent of
schools at Corning, Poyen, and Crossett before coming to
ASTC. While he was at Crossett, he served on the Board
of Trustees for ASTC.
ASTC has made tremendous academic and physical
growth under Dr. Snow. With enrollment increasing an-
nually, a building program was started to keep up with
the overflow of students. In the last two years, many new
buildings were completed on the campus, and plans for
more buildings were completed.
Dr. Snow is also a leader in the community. He is a
member of the Methodist Church and is a member of its
official board: he has served as president of the Conway
and Crossett Rotary clubs: he is a member of Winrock
Board, Arkansas Historical Commission, North Central As-
sociation, and Phi Delta Kappa. He is a 32nd degree Mason
and a Shriner. He is past president of the Arkansas Edu-
cation Association and was Arkansas' representative on
the European Flying Classroom inspection tour in 1950.
Also among his honors was his being named to "Who's
Who ln America."
As the President of the Arkansas State Teachers Col-
lege, Dr. Snow is responsible for administering the affairs
of the school within the policies of the Board of Trustees.
President and Mrs. Snow
Dr. A. E. Burdick
Dr. A. E. Burdick is the present Dean of the
Arkansas State Teachers College. A native of
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he attended Milwaukee
public schools and received his Bachelor of Arts
and Master of Arts degrees from the University of
Wisconsin. He did advanced graduate work at
Columbia University, and he received a Doctor of
Philosophy degree from George Peabody College
for Teachers in 1957.
Dr. Burdick came to the school in 1937 as an
instructor in geography. He became professor and
head of the department in 1947. Between 1952-1954
he served as Assistant Dean in addition to serving
as head of a department. He became Dean of the
College in 1954.
Dr. Burdick is a member of the Association of
American Geographers, American Geographical
Society, Royal Geographical Society, National
Council of Social Studies, Phi Delta Kappa, Na-
tional Council ot Geography Teachers, Arkansas
Education Association, of which he has served as
president of the college division, and Who's Who
The Dean is the principal academic officer of
the college: it is his responsibility to supervise and
administer instructional practices, the standards
for student advice, and curricular policies. He is
the representative of the faculty and of the student
body to the President.
Dr. Burdick pauses in his busy schedule tor cl moment with a photographer.
Harold D. Eidson is the Business Manager of the
Arkansas State Teachers College. He first came to the
college in 1943 as assistant to the business manager.
A native of Yell County, Mr. Eidson went to high
school in Hot Springs: he attended ASTC and gradu-
ated from the University of Arkansas in 1929 with a
Bachelor of Science Degree. He did graduate Work at
George Peabody College and received his Master of
Arts degree from the University of Arkansas in 1939.
Mr. Eidson is past president of the Conway Kiwanis
Club, serves on the Board of the Conway Memorial
Hospital, and is a member of the Chamber of Com-
merce, Board of Directors of the Faulkner County
Chapter of the American Red Cross, Board of Deacons
of the First Baptist Church, and Board of Directors of
the Chamber of Commerce.
The first responsibility of the Business Manager
and the Business Office is to assist the President in ad-
ministering the budget. The Business Office is also
responsible for the establishment and maintenance of
correct accounting systems, and budgetary control.
This office must also prepare monthly financial state-
ments for the President, Board of Trustees, and other
governmental agencies. Through this office, purchases
are made, and funds are disbursed for the college.
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Harold D. Eidson
Mr. David McDonald, Accountant, and Barbara Ritter work in the
Business Office on the Dean's roll.
Dr I cxmes Sylar
BA-Henderson State Teachers College
MA-George Peabody College
Directors of Student Activities
Dr. Iames Sylar is the Director of Student Ac-
tivities. A native of Holly Grove, he came to the
Arkansas State Teachers College in 1950. ln his
position he deals chiefly with the extracurricular
activities of the campus.
Dr. Sylar is chairman of the NDEA Committee
which grants government loans to students: coor-
dinator of the Rural Endowment Loans at ASTC,
and sponsors the lnterfraternity Council.
Mrs. W. C. Ferguson serves as Director of
Women's Activities. She works with the dormitory
hostesses, keeps them supplied with materials,
provides permission cards for each woman, attends
dormitory meetings, and holds conferences with
women. Mrs. Ferguson became the Director of
Women's Activities in 1954.
Andre E. McNeil is the Director of Men's Ac-
tivities. Prior to 1963 he served for five years as
an instructor of Economics in the Department of
Economics, Sociology, and Business. Mr. McNeil
is in charge ot men's housing and men's activities,
and still continues to teach in the Business Depart-
Dr. Sylar looks with Mrs. Ferguson at the school calendar and
the activities for the tall semester.
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Mrs. W. C. Ferguson
A.B.-Arkansas State Teachers College
MA.-George Peabody College
Secretary of Director of Students
Andre E. McNeil
MBE-University of Mississippi
William H. Osbome
BA-University of Texas
MA-University of Texas
William H. Osborne came to the Arkansas
State Teachers College as an instructor in Psychol-
ogy and Director of Testing in the summer of 1960.
Before coming to ASTC, Mr. Osborne was the school
psychologist at Morrilton public schools.
Osborne and his office have three main func-
tions: admissions, recording, and examination. Each
application for admission must be examined to see
if the student meets the requirements for admittance.
After a student enters, permanent records are made
and kept even after the student graduates. Before a
student can graduate, his records must be carefully
examined to determined if all requirements for
graduation have been met.
Since ASTC has been using the IBM machines,
Osborne has been concerned with the operation
and maintenance of the machines and of develop-
ing more efficient methods of registration.
Assistant Dean and Director
of Field Services
Dr. Audie Lynch
BSE-Arkansas State Teachers College
Ed.D.-University of Arkansas
Dr. Audie I. Lynch is the Assistant Dean of
the college: he has served since 1953 as the Di-
rector of Field Services. Dr. Lynch was born in
Scotland, Arkansas, and attended high school there.
Before coming to ASTC, Dr. Lynch taught at Clar-
endon High School and Hot Springs High School.
Dr. Lynch is in charge of making possible a
practical undergraduate education for every teacher
and other interested persons in the state. To do this,
courses of instruction are prepared and made avail-
able through correspondence courses. Extension
classes are also offered at night on the ASTC
campus or at the Little Rock Air Force Base for
those who are unable to take work in residence.
Director of Development
BSE-Arkansas State Teachers College
M.A.-University of Arkansas
Charles R. Teeter was named Director of De-
velopment in 1961. Prior to this time, he was Person-
nel Dean of Arkansas AGM College in Monticello.
Teeter is a native of Pottsville and graduated
from Pottsville High School. Mr. Teeter has served
for many years in the public school systems of
Arkansas. He was superintendent of schools at
Gould and Star City before going to AGM.
As Director of Development, Teeter assists in
the general development of the college as directed
by the President. He is also Chief of Adminissions
Counciling. In the capacity he visits many high
schools in the state recruiting students for ASTC.
His office is also concerned with admissions coun-
ciling, student employment, public relations, and
Director of Public Relations
BSE-Arkansas State Teachers College
M.Ed.-University of Arkansas
Tommy Smith came to the Arkansas State
Teachers College in the summer of 1962 as Di-
rector of Public Relations. He is a native of Dallas
County and attended high school in Magnet Cove.
Before coming to ASTC, Mr. Smith was principal
of El Dorado High School.
At ASTC, Smith is one of the sponsors of Phi
Lambda Chi fraternity and he serves on several
As the Director of Public Relations, he assists
the President in interpreting ASTC's role in educa-
tion to the "publics" of Arkansas. His office is in-
volved with the following operations: distribution
of materials and information, student recruitment,
news bureau, student employment, production of
pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, and other publi-
cations, speakers, legislative matters, and conven-
tions and meetings on the campus.
Alumni Association Secretary
Dr. H. L. Minton
AB-Arkansas State Teachers College
Special Study-Massachusetts Institute of
Graduate Study-George Peabody College
Ph.D.-University of Chicago
Dr. H. L. Minton became the Alumni Association
Secretary after retiring from fulltime teaching at
ASTC. For many years Dr. Minton was professor
of geography at ASTC.
As secretary of the Alumni Association, Dr.
Minton has the responsibility of maintaining con-
nections between the alumni of ASTC and the
college. He and his staff publish The Alumnus four
times a year. It is mailed to over 5,000 alumni whose
addresses are known.
Through the efforts of Dr. Minton and the
Alumni Association much of the money for the
W. C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel was raised.
Director of Placement
H. B. Hardy. Ir.
BA-Arkansas State Teachers College
MA-George Peabody College
H. B. Hardy, Ir. serves as Placement Director
and also as Assistant Director of Evening Studies
at ASTC. Hardy is a native of Heber Springs and
graduated from high school there. He has done addi-
tional graduate study at the University of Arkansas.
Before coming to ASTC in the summer of 1956,
Hardy was principal of Wynne High School. He
also taught at Plum Bayou High School and at
Heber Springs. At ASTC Hardy is a sponsor of
Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and is the faculty
advisor for the Scroll.
As Director of Placement, it is his job to find
the best jobs for graduates of ASTC. He also assists
students who are applying for graduate schools. His
office compiles and maintains employment files on
As the Assistant Director of Evening Studies
he works with the Director of Field Services in
making available a college education, through
night classes, to those who are employed.
Director of the Student Center
BA-Arkansas State Teachers College
Robert Carter became the Director of the Stu-
dent Center in 1957. Mr. Carter was born in Texas
and attended public schools at Cleburne, Texas.
He attended Baylor University, but graduated from
ASTC. Carter taught at Morrilton High School and
worked with the State Department of Education
before coming to ASTC. He is a member of the
Carter is in charge of all activities connected
with the center. He is responsible for buying the
merchandise for the bookstore, food supplies for
the center, and keeping accurate records of all
the business transactions. He also keeps a calendar
on which must be put all events scheduled in the
center. Carter's responsibilities were increased in
the fall of l9B3 with the addition of a coffee bar.
recreation room, and an expanded bookstore to
the facilities of the center.
Director of Food Services and
A ssistant Business Manager
BSE-Arkansas State Teachers College
MA-University of Arkansas
Howard Montgomery became the Director of
Food Services at ASTC in 1947 after serving for
several years as the football coach for the Bears.
He was born in Temple, Texas, and graduated from
high school there. While he was the football coach,
he also served as an instructor and as the Athletic
The Directorship of Food Services is a large
responsibility for Mr. Montgomery, for he is in
charge of buying all food for the cafeteria and
seeing that the students of ASTC receive three bal-
anced and nutritious meals a day. Montgomery is
in charge of one of the largest staffs on campus
including cooks and student helpers.
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Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds
Dr. Cecil Garrison
Director of Audio-Visual Aids
Administrative A ssistants
Noble Wimberly became the maintenance supervisor
in 1948. He and his staff are in charge of all repairs and
maintenance on the campus: they manicure the lawns, do
all landscaping, and keep up the heating plant. Wimberly
has charge of all carpenters and janitors as Well as his
Dr. Cecil Garrison, who serves as Director of Audio-
Visual Aids and Professor of Physical Education, came to
ASTC in 1948. He is also in charge of the film library. Dr.
Garrison attended Beebe High School, received his BSE
degree from Harding College, his MA degree from George
Peabody College, and his Ed.D. degree from the Univer-
sity of Wyoming.
Dr. Paul Witherspoon, who serves as Director of Test-
ing, came to ASTC in 1955. He is a1so,an associate pro-
fessor of Psychology. He attended high school at Mena,
received his BA degree from the University of Arkansas,
his MA degree from Trinity University, and his Ed.D.
Degree from the University of Arkansas.
As the Director of Testing, Dr. Witherspoon is respon-
sible for giving all standardized tests including the fresh-
men tests, and the Graduate Record Exam. He also ad-
ministers individual psychological tests as a counciling
Dr. Paul Witherspoon
Director of Testing
ROY W00le Sid Coleman Mrs. Leo Duke
Assistant to Bookstore Assistant to Supervisor of College Nurse
Manager Buildings and Grounds
Mrs. Earl Glover
Assistant to College Nurse
Bill Mullenax Marvin Iberq Ned O'Kelly
Security Officer Security Officer Furniture Repairman
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which serve. them. Arkansas State Teachers College
has met this standard with its handsome new buildings
and its many: improvements to existing buildings.
ASTC,gstudentsQican certainly be proud of the various
changes madeifin the physical make-up of the campus.
The yearsxhave marked the campus of ASTC, not
onlywith age, but also with added attractions. Within
the last year 1the.W.C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel has
been completed 'and dedicated, and a new dormitory
for men students, Arkansas Hall, has been built. Other
notable improvements include the remodeling of
Harrin Halljandthe Main Building, and the air-condi-
tioning of Irby. Not. to be overlooked in the improve-
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Torreyson Library, and thecafeteria addition.
Future plans are extensive. They contain plans for
a new women's dormitory, a 32-unit facility for married
students, and a new Science building that is to be
constructed on the land provided by the city of
Landscaping has pmagnified the beauty of the cam-
pus. Trees, shrubs, wider sidewalks, and added park-
ing space help to create a campus of which all can be
proud. The trees in front of Doyne Hall for men and
the back of the Torreyson Library clearly illustrate
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The President's Home, built in 1927 is lo-
cated east of McAlister Hall on Donaghey
Avenue. General McAlister was president
of the college during the construction, and
the original planning of the house is accred-
ited to Mrs. McAlister.
The beautifully furnished two-story red
brick home of colonial architecture has six
downstairs rooms. The ground floor houses
the living room, dining room, library, family
room, kitchen, powder room, and entrance
hall. Also downstairs is a double garage
and screened porch. The upstairs contains
four bedrooms, two complete baths and a
large hall. Air conditioning and central heat
has been installed throughout the home.
The beautifully landscaped grounds have
had the same basic landscape pattern since
the beginning. However, most of the original
shrubs have been replaced. One part of the
garden holds a brick fish pond surrounded
by white lawn benches and a vine-covered
archway leading into an even larger garden.
This part of the garden is occupied by sev-
eral picnic tables, another pond and a small
stream crossed by a natural stone bridge.
Every year the President and Mrs. Snow
entertain members of the faculty and the
newly-arrived freshmen with a garden party
called the Freshman Mixer.
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Main, in the middle of the campus, is where
most of the classes are held. The departments of
geography, foreign languages, history, mathematics,
political science, speech, business, sociology, and
Built when ASTC was still Arkansas State Normal
School, Main is the second oldest building on campus.
It was built to hold the administrative offices and
some classes. Main became the biggest class room
building on campus in 1963, when the new Adminis-
tration Building was completed.
The year 1937 saw the Ida M. Waldran Memorial
Auditorium added to the main structure. The auditor-
ium, named in honor of Ida M. Waldran, dean of
women for many years, seats 1500 people in air
In addition to the classrooms and offices of the
various departments, the radio station, KCON and the
ASTC Little Theater are in Main.
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Doyne and Meadors Halls are residence halls for it is the oldest dormitory. Constructed in 1911 at the
men which are connected by a hallway. Located on cost of Slll,200, it first served as a women's residence
the north side of the campus, Doyne Hall pictured hall.
above, is one of the oldest buildings on the campus:
DOYNE AND MEADORS HALLS
Meadors Hall, the second men's dormitory, was con-
structed in 1937 when the college enrollment increased.
Meadors is pictured to the left. Together the halls
house approximately l90 men. Television lounge, re-
freshment center, and laundry room are shared by the
fraternity rooms where meetings and social affairs are
Doyne Hall was named for I. I. Doyne, the first presi-
dent of ASTC7 Meadors Hall was named for the late
Dean A. l. Meadors.
VE T'S HALL
Veterans Hall, which was built in 1947, is just
a memory now. It was torn down in Ianuary to make
room for a parking lot tor the residents of Arkansas
Hall. Previously, Vets Hall was two women's dormi-
tories in Iacksonville. It was removed from the lack-
sonville Ordinance Plant, where supplies were con-
structed during the war. The cost of moving the dor-
mitories from Iacksonville to ASTC was S85,000. The
two dormitories were combined into one, which housed
122 men. Vets had an automatic sprinkler system
inside in case of fire, and in addition to residence
rooms, a laundry room, refreshment and recreation
center, and television lounge were provided for the
student residents. The cost of removing Vets from the
campus was 33500. The area where Vets was will be
partly a parking lot and partly lawn space. This space
for the lawn and the parking lot will be completed
in the summer.
Wingo Hall, located on the southeast corner of
the campus, is a residence hall for married students.
It was constructed in 1935. The building consists of
one, two and three-room apartments.
The hall is named for one of the founders of ASTC,
Otis T. Wingo.
Mrs. Nolen Irby serves as hostess of the residence
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The Gymnasium is the scene of many hardfought
battles of the hardwood, as well as furnishing recre-
ational facilities for varsity and intramural sports of
Constructed in 1937 to replace Pike Hall, the Gym-
nasium is used for teaching as well as recreational
activities. The building houses an indoor-heated swim-
ming pool, basketball court, classrooms, gymnastic
room, faculty offices, student lounge, laundry room
and shower and locker rooms. To the south side are
located tennis courts, and to the west are the baseball
diamond, archery range, and football field.
The Gymnasium is available for use by all the
students and the faculty members. It is kept open on
the weekends by responsible student employees, and
the pool maintains certain hours with a student life
guard on duty for the convenience of the students and
BARIDON MUSIC HALL
Baridon Music Hall houses the department of music.
The building was constructed in 1938 as a women's
residence hall, but has since been converted to meet
the needs of the expanding music departments.
Baridon Hall is utilized in almost all ways that a
building can be. The first floor houses a small concert
room for more intimate audiences, faculty offices, stor-
age, locker rooms, and classrooms. The second floor
furnishes practice studios, each floor is equipped with
a piano, faculty offices: music library: and classrooms.
Even the attic space is utilized for storage and construc-
tion of sets for musical productions and programs.
Baridon Hall was built at the cost of S50,000: today
She replacement cost is set at Sl42,425.
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Denney Hall is a modern residence hall for both
freshmen and upperclass Women. It features practically
all the facilities demanded by the modern college
woman. The hall is equipped with rooms and suites for
140 women, kitchenette, television lounge, Washerteria,
and hair-drying room, and a large formal sitting room
overlooking the garden which is equipped for sun-
A companion to Short Hall, Denney Hall was built
on the same plan in September 1963, at the cost of
S490,000 financed by funds secured from the Federal
Housing and Home Finance Agency. The hall was
named in memory of the late Charles Crockett Denney,
longtime professor of education at ASTC.
Mrs. Tillman Iones is the hostess of the hall.
Short Hall, a residence hall for freshmen Women,
was constructed in 1960. Like Denney Hall, it too
features the suite plan: two rooms with private bath
for four occupants. The building has year-round air
The hall is equipped with kitchenette, television
lounge, receiving parlor, Washerteria and hair-drying
room, and the women have access to the sitting room
of Denney Hall located between the two halls. The
latter is used for dormitory meetings and parties,
One hundred and twenty-four freshmen women are
housed in Short Hall, named in honor of Gilbert Young
Short, former registrar at ASTC. The hall was con-
structed at a cost-of S4l5,000 with funds secured from
the Federal Housing and Horne Finance Agency.
Mrs. Martha Nemec is the residence hall hostess.
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The COUCIQGS Ure hOI1'19S along Burce Street and rooms They were constructed 1n 1946 at the cost
Donaghey Avenue. Married students attend1ng of S28 500 Today thelr estu-nated value
the college rent the houses monthly. S66 465
MA IN TENAN CE
The maintenance department is respon-
sible for the operation of the overall phy-
sical plant of the college. The complex is
located south of the campus behind the
Bernard Hall Annex. The four buildings
were constructed in 1957: today the plant
is Valued at approximately SZ4,000.
Harrin Hall formerly was the old Torreyson Li-
brary. It was completely renovated into a classroom
building in 1964. The reworking of the building was
done at a cost of Sl07,00U: the building now has
year-round air-conditioning and heating. There are
two large lecture rooms on the top floor and four
medium-sized classrooms on the ground floor. There
is office space for thirteen members of the faculty in
the building. The area where the ground level stacks
were was made into storage space, while the second
floor stacks are now lecture rooms. The brick facade
of the building is the same as before, and blends in
with the surrounding buildings.
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BEN T. LANE Y BUILDING
When the Industrial Arts department vacated the
old Green Building, they moved into this modern plant.
It is equipped with machinery for woodwork, metal-
work, architectural drafting, and rooms for classes,
tools, furniture repair, office and storage.
The Ben T. Laney Building and annex were con-
struced in 1947 to meet the demands required for ex-
tension of the industrial art and education program.
The namesake, Ben T. Laney, is a graduate of ASTC
and former governor of Arkansas.
E.E. CORDREY SCIENCE BUILDING
The E. E. C ordrey Science Building houses the
departments of art, home economics, biology, physics,
and chemistry. The ground and first floors are occupied
by the sciences which are served by nine laboratories.
The art and home economics departments are located
on the second floor.
The science building was the first building con-
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structed on the campus. It has served as the adminis-
tration building, major classroom building and now
the science building. It was constructed in 1908 at the
cost of S50,000, but today after much renovation its
estimated value is 35395,625.
The building is named for E. E. Cordrey who served
many years as the head of the science departments.
The new B. W. Torreyson Library represents a signifi-
cant step in construction at ASIC. in its concept of
beauty and function it is a startling symbol of the
advancement on our campus in recent years.
The library features new concepts of library science
patterned after the library at Oklahoma Stare Univer-
sity in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Among the new facilities
are individual study carrells, a typewriting room for
students to work without disturbing other users of the
library, a duplicating and microflim library, and the
modular stack division system. The latter provides for
free standing shelves that may be moved to accommo-
date additions to the library. Also in existence is the
subject area arrangement of volumes. In this system
all volumes including periodicals are arranged in one
general area to facilitate research. The new library will
house 250,000 volumes, of which the college now has
approximately 90,000. The building will accommodate
4,000 to 5,000 students. It has 46,000 square feet of
vinyl flooring and two miles of fluorescent lighting so
placed that there are no shadows anywhere in the
The new Torreyson Library was constructed at a
cost of Sl,200,000. The funds were appropriated by
the 1961 legislature of the General Assembly of Arkan-
sas at the recommendation of Governor Orval Faubus.
The building was slated to be opened in mid-summer
of 1963 but supply difficulties caused a postponement
to October 7. Part of the difficulty was because of the
nature of the furnishings. Each piece of the furniture
in the new library was custom made for the building.
The Torreyson Library collection was formerly
housed in the building directly across the circle from
the new structure. The old building was vacated in
early October, 1963, in a four-day move. The old build-
ing has been completely renovated and is used for
classroom and office space.
Torreyson Library is named in honor of B. W. Torrey-
son, third president of the college.
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The Commons serves as the ASTC cafeteria.
It was constructed in 1939. Increased enrollment
made it necessary to double the size of the cafe-
teria and add more serving lines. This construc-
tion was finished in September, 1963, at a cost
Many features were added to the cafeteria with
completion of the addition to and renovation of
the old portion. The new wing, on the west side,
features multicolored chairs and tables of differ-
net sizes and shapes that seat'from four to six
people. A plastic partition can be used to close
off a small dining room for special dinners and
IRB Y HALL
Irby Hall is named in honor of Dr. Nolen M.
Irby, president of ASTC from 1941-1953.
Irby Hall houses the departments of English,
phychology, education, journalism, and part of
the home economics department. The home eco-
nomics department is located in the south wing
with a children's nursery and playground located
in between the U-shaped building. Faculty offices
and classrooms comprise the remaining floor
area. Irby was constructed in 1947 as a "model
schoo1" of the elementary level for the state and
To keep the 1939 portion of the Commons from
looking too old, it was completely redecorated.
New chairs, draperies and linens were added.
In the food preparation area a large pastry
room was added, as was an air conditioned salad
The old West Dining Room was redecorated and
is now a student lounge Where the students may
smoke and have conversation before and after
With the new addition the Commons uses four
lines with which to serve. Approximately 1,200
students can be served in one hour.
nation. Students receiving a BSE degree in ele-
mentary education did much of their preparatory
In 1962 the elementary school was discontinued,
and the hall was remodeled for college classroom
area. The original cost was 320813432 today the
building is valued at S308,l65.
A large room, formerly the elementary school
cafeteria, has been remodeled for large classes.
It is often used for visiting lecturers and club
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"This building stands as a monu-
ment to student initiative. The plans
and means for its construction: with-
out cost to the taxpayers of the state
originated with the students of The
Arkansas State Teachers College." This
quotation is from a plaque at the en-
trance of the Student Center. It ex-
presses the gratitude to all students
before us who have contributed so
much to their alma mater.
With the student body increasing
each year, an addition to the Student
Center became a real need at ASTC.
This addition was completed in Sep-
tember, 1963, at the cost of S340,000.
The original S377,754 center was built
in 1957. The center provides ASTC stu-
dents with an excellent facility for their
The college notion and bookstore,
coffee lounge, snack bar, television,
corner, conference rooms, post office,
and publications offices are in the
center. Offices for the Alumni Asso-
ciation and Student Christian Associa-
tion are located on the first floor.
The recreation area containing a
four-laned bowling alley, billiard area,
and refreshment center, is on the
ground floor. The ballroom and lounge
are on the second floor.
MIN TON HALL
Minton Halls are residence Halls for men.
South Minton was completed in 1958, cmd
North Minton in 1960, together at the cost
of S690,00U. The funds for the construction
were made available through the Federal
Housing and Home Finance Agency.
The two units are connected by a large
colorful lobby furnished in contemporary
furniture. Each of the units house 133 men.
Each room is equipped to accommodate two
men: the rooms have build-in study desks.
The residence halls are named in honor
of Dr. Hubert L. Minton. He is a former pro-
fessor of geography, and is now Executive
Secretary for the Alumni Association of
Dr. and Mrs. Bert Stark are the residence
A large recreation area and lounge connects North and South Minton.
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completes that complex of men's dormi-
tories. It is so arranged with both Minton
Halls that the unit can accommodate 500
It is possible to enter the main wing of
the building through a beautiful foyer and
TV room. The clean, simple lines of this
contemporary building suggest the decor
of the interior. Each room accommodates
two men and there are large study
lounges on each floor.
This beautiful, modern men's dormi-
tory, built at a cost of S85U,000 for building
and equipment, was completed and the
men moved into it during the Christmas
Holidays, thus affording a functional
place for men to live While on the cam-
pus of ASTC.
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The W. C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel is the realization of a
project begun in 1954, when it was learned that Dean Ferguson
had an incurable disease. A campaign under the direction of
the administration: Dr. H. L. Minton, Secretary oi the Alumni Asso-
ciation: and the Student Christian Association, was begun in 1954
to raise money. But over the years interest lagged, and in just the
past few yeclts the movement again gained momentum and finally
Many plans and theories about the chapel have been changed
with the passage oi time. It was originally planned to build it on
the other side of the sidewalk at the side oi Main Hall, but the site
of the chapel was changed when plans for new parking areas were
The structure is in the shape of a Greek cross with four arms
of equal length. This shape gives the building the impression of
having space without the expense of large volume.
The interior design is governed by simplicity, calmness, and
strength. There are no windows in order to achieve the sense of
removal from the rush and anxiety of student life. Light comes from
a skydome supplemented with artificial light which directs a bril-
liant shaft of light on a large, open Bible placed on a pedestal.
Suspended from the skydome and illuminated by it are three crosses,
symbolic of Calvary.
The meaning of the arrangement of seats around the altar is
twofold: first, to emphasize the fatherhood oi God in the midst of
his children, and second, for acoustics.
This chapel is for all denominations. It is open every day for
those to whom it will give comfort and dignity and afford them a
few moments for quiet meditation and self-examination.
Perhaps the most striking structure on our campus
is the Administration Building. Designed by Bruce R.
Anderson, architect of the school. The 5431.850 building
was completed in February of 1963. Formerly, the
Main Building housed the administrative offices on
the campus. The presider1t's offices and the board of
trustees conference rooms are also located here.
The contemporary Administration Building fea-
tures many of the characteristics of present day office
buildings: controlled year-round air, adequate office
space ,ample lighting, computing machines, functional
furnishings, as Well as a refreshment center.
With each administration division in mind, the ar-
rangement was carefully planned to provide better
service to the students and the general public. General
revenue bonds were sold for construction of the
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The Baptist Student Union was first organized at
the ASTC campus in 1929. The present Baptist Student
Center was built in 1956 by the Arkansas Baptist
State Convention under the supervision of Dr. Tom
Logue, the state student director, and Iames Smalley,
who was the local director from 1956 to 1961. Paul
Larsen, the present director at ASTC, came the fall
When a group of concerned students get together
at Wesley the result is an atmosphere sometimes care-
free, sometimes uncomfortably enlightening, and often
controversial, but always hopefully an atmosphere of
fellowship. Programs at Wesley which are planned
primarily by members of the student council, consist
of brief morning devotionals every day before first
period classes and scheduled evening programs from
6:10 to 6:30 every evening except Friday.
HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE
The Home Management House is for residence
instruction by the home economics department. The
Cape Cod structure is located on Bruce Street just a
block northeast of the campus.
At a cost of S6969, the home was constructed in
1935. After much remodeling its estimated value today
Home economic majors are required to live there
for nine weeks. During that time they put into actual
practice what they learned in the classrooms.
The hostess for the home is Mrs. Walter Lindsey.
V 9 The entrance to the Home Management House
suggests a friendly atmosphere.
Bernard Hall, a residence hall for sophomore, junior, and
senior class women, was constructed in 1939 at the cost of 3110,-
379. Included among the features of this building are residence
rooms, two sitting rooms, the college intirmary, refreshment cen-
ter, and television lounges.
Because of increased enrollment, in 1950 the Bernard Hall
Annex was constructed at the cost of S480,053, making the build-
ing a U-shaped structure. Today the entire complex is valued at
Sorority rooms are located on the basement floor. Meetings
and social affairs for each organization are held here.
Bernard Hall was named for Mary Augusta Bernard who
served as head of the fine arts department at ASTC.
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McALIST ER HALL
Mc!-Xlister Hall is the residence hall for
freshmen Women. It was first occupied in
1934 and accommodates 130 women. The
building is named for General Heber L. Mc-
Alister who served from 1930-1941 as the
President of ASTC.
Not only does it provide residence rooms,
but also serves as a residence for a branch
of the speech department and houses a
chapel which formerly served as the Crystal
Room. The speech correction clinic is located
in the rear of the building. The chapel is
located in 'the north wing, and different
church groups have their meetings here.
Although the oldest women's residence
hall, it has been kept up to date, and it pro-
vides most of the modern necessities: wash-
eteria on each floor, Mirror Room for re-
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fortunate in having faculty members who are not
satisfied with a minimum of education. To date we
have 24 instructors with doctorate degrees. Each year
several instructors are granted leaves of absence to
do Work toward their doctorate.
Our faculty is characterized by its friendliness and
desire to help the student. Many times they request
books for the library or bookstore paperback collection
that they think will aid the student, Evidently Dr. Foy
Lisenby of the history department and Mr. Karl Meyer
of the language department have found books that
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ART DEPARTMENT AIMS AT SELF EXPRESSION
Marie Schichtl, M.A.
Gene Hatfield, ILM.
Asst. Professor of Art
Students gain a greater appreciation
of the various forms of art through the
art department. This department serves
as a center of self expression and per-
mits students to experiment in many
The primary objective of the art
department is the development of its
majoring students. This curricula is so
designed that students of other major
fields may take courses required of
Two of the newer courses offered by
this department are Commercial Art 1
and Ceramics, which meet on Monday
nights. These two courses were added
to the department last year.
Miss Marie Schichtl is head of the
art department and also serves as
sponsor of the art fraternity, Alpha Phi:
Alpha Sigma Alpha: and the Newman
Club. Mr. Gene Hatfield is Assistant
Professor of Art.
I.E. DEPARTMENT T RAINS TEACHERS
The curricula of the department of industrial educa-
tion is designed to train industrial art teachers for
junior and senior high schools in the state. Courses in
this department also help men interested in engineer-
ing and craft work.
The primary concern of this department deals with
construction and shop work skills. Skills in the use of
tools and materials are developed.
Mr. E. W. Packard is head of this department and
serving with him are Mr. Raymond Dow and Dr. Viron
Hukill. All three men sponsor the Craftsman's Guild.
E. W. Parkard, M.A.
Professor, Head of Department
Raymond Dow, M.Ed. Dr. Viron Hukill, Ed.D.
Instructor of Industrial Education Professor of Industrial Education
UNDERSTAND' THE WORLD BETTER THRUUGH GEOGRAPHY
To acquaint all students with an under-
standing of the world, its similarities, dif-
ferences, and its problems, is the chief aim
of the geography department. Courses in
geography are designed to meet the needs
of majors and minors and of students who
select geography as a part of their general
education. Emphasis is placed on the phys-
ical and cultural phenomena of the earth,
the use of maps, and direct observation.
Mr. William Keinath and Mr. Paul Hagle
are the instructors in this department.
Paul Hagle. MA
Instructor in Geography
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LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT HAS VARIED AIMS
The aims of the foreign language department are to
give students, in introductory courses, a correct pronuncia-
tion and a degree of facility in reading of elected languages.
In more advanced Work in the department emphasis is
placed on the preparation for teaching foreign languages
in the public schools.
Instrumental in developing aural comprehension of
speech patterns among foreign languages students is the
foreign language laboratory, which was completed in 1962.
Dr. Raymon Rozzell heads the department of foreign
languages and also sponsors the Spanish Club. Mrs. Gene
Hatfield, a native of France, is the French instructor. Mr.
Karl Meyer is the instructor of Latin and German and also
sponsors German Club and Theta Xi fraternity.
Nicole Hatfield. MA Karl Meyer. MA
Instructor in Foreign Languages Instructor in Foreign Language
Dr. Rayman Rozzell, Ph.D.
Professor, Head of Department
MATH DEPARTMENT STRIV ES T0 CREATE INTEREST
To train mathematics teachers for secondary
and elementary schools, to prepare students
for advanced study in the field, and to create
an interest in the non-specialists in the science
of mathematics is the aim of the Mathematics
Mathematics is a deductive science which
deals with the exact relations existing between
quantities of magnitudes and operations.
Also, this department concerns itself with
showing students the place mathematics has
in the modern world today.
Mr. O. L. Hughes, a veteran professor at
ASTC and chairman of the AIC committee, is
head of this department. Other members of
the department include Dr. I. D. Henry: Miss
Dorothy Long, sponsor of Delta Zeta sorority,
Mrs. Virginia Bonds, sponsor of SNEA: Mr.
Harold Henry, sponsor of the Student Senate:
Mr. Turner Hogan: and Mrs. Homer Brown.
Dr. Iesse Dee Henry, Ed.D.
Professor of Mathematics
Dorothy Long. M.A.
Asso. Professor of Mathematics
Harold Henr M A
y. . . Turner Hogan, M.A.
Asst. Professor ot Mathematics
Instructor in Mathematics
O. L. Hughes. M.S.
Professor. Head of Department
Virginia Bonds, M.S.
Asst. Professor of Mathematics
Mrs. Virginia Brown. MA.
Instructor in Mathematics
PRE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FROM BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Courses offered by the biology department are care-
fully selected from all fields of biological science. The
courses of this department are designed to give pre-
professional training to those students entering ad-
vanced work related to biological studies, and also
to convey the general education students a clearer
understanding of the World of nature, Through labora-
tory Work students can see the intricate processes of
life and how they are related to one another.
Dr. Neal Buffalo is head of the biology department
and is the author of the textbook used in the course,
biology for general education. Mr. Richard Collins.
another member of this department, collaborated with
him on the laboratory manual used in the same course.
All of the members of the biology department are
sponsors of the Biology Club. They 'include Dr. Jewel
Moore: Thomas I. Burgess: Ray Kinser, sponsor of Phi
Lambda Chi fraternity: Richard Collins: and Dr. Buffalo,
who is also sponsor of Alpha Chi.
Dr. Neal Buffalo, Ph,D.
Professor, Head of Department
Dr. Iewel Moore. Ph.D. Thomas I. Burgess, M.A.
Professor of Biology Asso. Professor of Biology
Richard Collins, M.A. Ray Ki,-,sen Ms.
Asso. Professor of Biology Insirucgor in Biology
HISTORY DEPARTMENT LOOKS FROM PAST TO FUTURE
History serves to record and explain past
events. To instruct students in the develop-
ment of human institutions in the past so they
can better comprehend the happenings in the
world today and serve as more informed in-
telligent citizens in our democratic country,
and to prepare teachers of history and polit-
ical science in high schools are the aims of
the department of history and political science.
Dr. Horace Adams is the head of the de-
partment and also plays in the Little Sym-
phony. Other members of the department are
Dr, Foy Lisenbyy Dr. Orville Book: Miss
Ophelia Fisher, sponsor of the Student Senate.
and Phi Alpha Theta: Mr. Charles Evans,
sponsor of Young Democrats, and Pre-Law
Club: and Mr. William Larsen.
Dr. Horace Adams. Ph.D.
Professor. Head of Department
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Associate Professor of History Associate Professor of History Associate Professor of History
and Political Science and Political Science
Oharles Evans. M.A. Dr. Paul Bushnell, ILM., B.D. William Larsen, M.A.
Associate Professor of Political Associate Professor of History Assistant pyofessor of History
LIBRARY SCIENCE STRIVES T0 TRAIN LIBRARIANS
Lee Spencer, M.A.
Professor. Head oi Department
To train teacher-librarians for ele-
mentary and high-school libraries is
the aim for the department of library
science. The undergraduate courses
are also planned to prepare students
for graduate library school.
The library science department
strives to train classroom teachers in
all fields in the use of the library and
its resources for instruction not found
Mr. Lee Spencer became Head Librar-
ian in 1963. Other members of this
department include Miss Gladys Sach-
se, sponsor of Pan-Hellenic Council:
Mrs. Ruth Dunaway, Mrs. Opal Wal-
ters, and Miss Mona Hall.
Gladys Sachse. M.Ed.
Asso. Professor ol Library
Ruth Dunaway, M.L.S.
Instructor in Library Science
Opal Walters. M.A.
Instructor in Library Science
Mona Hall, M.A. lL.S.J
Instructor in Library Science
COURSES BRING OUT VALUES OF GREAT EDUCATION
The English, journalism, and speech
department trains students to under-
stand, speak, and Write the English
language. Courses in English are de-
signed to bring out values of great
writing and to help provide literate
and well-informed teachers for our
schools. In connection with the English
department, Miller Williams, 34-year-
old poet and member of the English
faculty at Louisiana State University,
lectured on the campus.
Speech provides more adequate
training for those who Wish to develop
a more adequate means of communica-
tion. Through journalism courses, a
student will be better informed and
aware of the current literary trends.
He will gain a general understanding
of the field to enable him to teach, pro-
duce school publications, or to enter
journalism as a profession. For stu-
dents entering other fields, the depart-
ment provides enjoyment of drama and
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Professor of Speech
Director of Speech Clinic
Dr. Eugene Nolte. Ph.D.
Professor, Head of Department
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Professor of English
Roberta Clay. MJL
Assoc. Professor of English
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Marr Robinson. MA Dr. Eva nmkeu. Ph.D. Mary 1-tems, MA
ASSiSiCII1i Professor of English Professor of English Assistant Professor of English
Sara S. Lineback. MA Betty Young. MA Don Gamett, M.A.
Instructor in Speech Instructor in English Instructor in Speech
ECONOMICS, SOCIOLOGY, AND BUSINESS
Dr. D. W. Blackbum, Ph.D.
Professor, Head of Department
Fredrick Basco, M.S.
Assoc. Professor of Business
Andre McNeil. MBE
Asst. Professor of Economics
William Tucker, MBE
Instructor in Business
The department of economics, sociology, and business
education strives to educate students for teaching in the field,
and for positions in the business World. It also strives to
educate students in secretarial skills.
By learning facts, theories, and terminology of the subjects,
students may obtain a clear picture of the economic, social,
and business aspects of our society and thus prepare them-
selves'to better meet the difficulties in the business world of
The business department offers many outside activities and
clubs to further enrich the student's education: Future Business
Leaders of America, Phi Beta Lambda, Maude Carmachial
Sociology Forum, NOMA, and Pi Omega Pi. The members of
the departments sponsor these clubs.
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Asst. Professor of Business
Ona M. Wachtendorf, M.A.
Asst. Professor of Business
loe Shaw. M.A.
Asst. Professor of Sociology
Carlysle Ellis. ILM.
Instructor of Business
William H. Osbume, M.A.
Professor of Business Instructor in Business
Clarence Hamilton, M.A.
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Dr. Mary lane Scott. Ph.D.
Professor, Head of Department
Sue Adams, M.A.
Associate Professor oi
The department of home economics strives for three
main objectives: To prepare men and women for home
and family life: to provide an opportunity to achieve
personal development: to train home economics teachers
for high schools of the state.
The home economics department under Dr. Mary
Iane Scott not only trains students for the teaching fields
or for the career of a housewife: but also prepare grad-
uates for work in other fields of home economics. Other
careers open to home economics majors are home econo-
mists, home demonstration agents, interior decorators, di-
eticians, hotel management, and nutritionists.
Other members of the home economics department
are Mrs. Sue Adams: Miss Frances Webb, a sponsor of
Pan-Hellenic Council: Mrs. Almeria Lindsay, sponsor of
Colhecong and Miss Sue Thompson, who came to this
department this year.
Frances Webb, M.S. Sue Thompson. M.S.
Assistant Professor of Instructor in Home Economics
Almeria Lindsay, M.A.
Instructor of Home Economics
Dr. Scott goes over a student's notebook for Home Economics
DEPARTMENT ENRICHES CAMPUS CULTURAL LIFE
Dr. Howard Groth, D.F.A.
Protessor, Head of Department
Dr. Carl Forsberg. Ph.D.
Assoc. Professor of Music
lean Adams, M.A.
Asst. Professor ot Music
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Instructor in Music
The music department's purpose is to pre-
pare teachers of music for the public schools
of Arkansas. This department also strives to
enrich the cultural life on the campus. Through
concerts, choral groups, bands, ensembles, and
operas, the department instills a love and
appreciation for good music.
The department has publicized the Arkansas
State Teachers College throughout the state.
After its production of OKLAHOMA in 1963,
the group was invited to present the play at
the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock.
Dr. Howard Groth serves as the department
head. Other members of the department are
Dr. Carl E. Forsberg, sponsor of Pi Kappa Alpha
fraternity: Mrs. lean Adams, Mr. Homer Brown,
Miss Sue Evans, a sponsor of MENC: Mr.
Wayne Griffith, Mr. Leonard Phillips, and Mr.
David Ritter, a sponsor of MENC.
wayne Grittith, M.M. Home' Hf0w1-fM-lfl-E-
Asst. Professor of Music Inslmclm' of Music'
Director of Band
Leonard Phillips, M.M. David Ritter. M.S.
Instructor ot Music Instructor in Music
Ralva Bass, M.S.
Professor, Head of Department
Faril Simpson, M.A.
Professor, Head of Department
The purpose of the courses
in the department is to contri-
bute to the general education
of students in giving them a
better understanding of the
physical world around them.
Through physics, students
gain knowledge of the phenom-
ena which occur in everyday
Mr. Ralva Bass is the head of
the department and his subor-
dinate is Mr. Donald Rickard.
This department has been set
up new this year as a separate
department after the division of
the physics and chemistry de-
partments took place.
Mr. Bass is sponsor of the
American Institute of Physics.
Donald E. Rickard, M.A.
Asst. Professor of Physics
This department was newly organized this year
after the physics and chemistry departments were
Through chemistry, students gain knowledge of
the phenomena which occur in everyday life. The
department prepares students for advanced study
in the field of chemistry for employment in industry,
for careers in engineering, medicine, and other
related fields, as well as for careers in the teaching
Mr. Faril Simpson is head of the chemistry depart-
ment. Other members include Mr. Earl Riddick and
Mr. Limuel Parks.
Mr. Simpson is sponsor of the American Chemical
Society and Theta Xi fraternity. Mr. Riddick is
sponsor of Theta Xi fraternity.
Earl Riddick. M.S.
Instructor in Chemistry
Limuel Parks, M.S.
Instructor in Chemistry
DEPARTMENT PREPARES STUDENTS FOR TEACHING
Dr. B. A. Lewis. Ph.D.
Professor, Head of Department
The aims of the department of educa-
tion and psychology are centered
around preparation of students for the
teaching profession. This is accomp-
lished through practical courses in the
field, observation and student teach-
ing, advanced study in the profession.
research, and field studies.
The psychology courses aid in sev-
eral phases of this training program,
for they give a background in the un-
derstanding of human behavior. An
understanding of this is necessary for
a teacher and for any person concerned
with other people.
Members of this department are Dr.
B. A. Lewis, Head of the department:
Dr. Arthur Henzeg Dr. E. R. Hopkins:
Dr. Harold Love, a sponsor of Sigma
Tau Gamma fraternity: Miss Mabel
Gray Patterson, sponsor of ACEI: Dr.
Bert Stark, Ir., sponsor of SNEA: Dr.
Paul Witherspoon, Mr. H. B. Hardy, Ir.,
and Mr. Iohn Somervill, a sponsor of
Phi Lambda Chi fraternity.
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Professor of Education Professor of Education Assoc. Professor of Education Assoc. Professor of Education
Dr. Paul R. Witherspoon. Ed.D. Dr. Bert Stark. Ed.D.
Dr. Harold Love, Ed.D. lohn Somervill M A
Assoc. Professor of Psychology Assoc. Professor of Education Assoc. Professor of Education Instructor of Psychology
and Director of Testing and Psychology
DEPARTMENT PROVIDES FACILITIES AND RECREATION
Dr. Jefferson D. Farris, Ed.D.
Professor, Head of Department
Dr. Cecil Garrison, Ed.D.
Professor of Physical Education
Iames Frank Koon, M.S.
Assoc. Professor of Physical
The Physical Education department
holds important the provision of facili-
ties and skilled leadership for whole-
some and stimulating recreation for the
students at ASTC. This is accomplished
through intramural and intercollegiate
athletics in seven sports. The intercol-
legiate activities serve as an aid to
future coaches as well as general stu-
dents. The department places emphasis
in its program on teaching, coaching,
community recreation, and careers in
the field of health education.
Dr. Ieff Farris, head of the depart-
ment, has returned after a year of
academic leave. The other members of
the staff are Dr. Cecil Garrison, Direc-
tor of Audio-Visual Aids and sponsor
of BSU: Mr. Frank Koon, head football
coach: ljg Betty Swift, sponsor of
Sigma Kappa sorority and of WPEMM:
Mr. Raymond Bright, backfield coach
in football and head track coach: Mr.
Clifford Horton, basketball coach and
sponsor of the Intramural Council: Mr.
Fletcher Lowry, line coach in football
and baseball coach: Miss Ann Machen,
sponsor of WHA: and Mrs. L. B.
Willa Spencer, M.S. BettY Swift, KM-
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CIVIL DEFENSE DEPARTMENT ADDED T0 CURRICULA
Iohn O. Koehler
Civil Defense Coordinator
A new program was added to the curricula in 1963.
The program was that of Civil Defense Education, which
is under contract from the Department of Defense. Its
purpose is to train instructors in sheltering management
and radiological monitoring.
The Civil Defense program at ASTC Works through
the extension department, and anyone who is interested
may take the course.
Mr. John O. Koehler is the coordinator of the pro-
gram on the campus, and he is assisted by Mr. Roy
Assistant Civil Defense
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On any college campus there are certain individuals
who have made themselves known to their fellow
students and professors through hard work, friendli-
ness, and achievements. This section of the Scroll is
inscribed with the special achievements of these peo-
ple. These include the most Beautiful and most Hand-
some Greek, Homecoming royalty, Who's Who Among
Students in American Colleges and Universities, best
dressed co-ed, and Mr. and Miss Courtesy.
This section is dedicated to the initiative and special-
ties of students at Arkansas State Teachers College.
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some excel while others do not. The
following pages have been recognized by fellovi
dents and professors as outstanding, Even, so,,ggwe-
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last minute inspection before leaving for the'HonFlel.
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CHARLA RA Y
Charla is a junior from Booneville. For her
talent Charla played "Improvisation and Melody,"
a piano solo.
Susan Cross, a sophomore from Little
Rock, won the talent division of the Miss
Susan also had the role of Nellie For-
bush in the musical "South Pacific."
Homecoming A ctivities
Homecoming activities on the ASTC campus bring joy
to several. The Royal Court is chosen by class vote after
pictures of each nominee are posted on the bulletin board.
The homecoming activities themselves include a
parade through downtown Conway led by the Queen's
car, a dinner for the royalty and their escorts and the
During the coronation, the Queen is presented to the
student body by the presidents of the Royal Hooters and
the Student Senate. She is presented with a sheaf of
flowers and is crowned on the field.
The week preceding the Homecoming game is devoted
to making floats: these are done by each fraternity and
sorority and by several other organizations. These along
with dormitory decorations are subject to judging.
Homecoming Queen is presented to Student Body
Queen Barbara Io is escorted off the iield by President Snow, followed by Richard Smith and Larry Crabtree.
and Most Handsome Greek
Dick King of Little Rock was chosen Most Handsome a member of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity, is also Mr
Greek by Phi Delta Kappa Educational Fraternity. Dick, Courtesy.
Norma Agnew of Little Rock is first runner up for Most lane King of Earle was Sigma Sigma Sigma's nom-
Beautiful Greek. Norma is sponsored by Sigma Kappa. inee for Most Beautiful Greek.
Sara Wilson of Little Rock was Delta Zeta's nominee Marcia Nicehelser of Fort Smith was Alpha Sigma
for Most Beautiful Greek. Tau's nominee for Most Beautiful Greek.
Chosen as first runner-up to Dick was Ierry Rogers of Kenneth Bagan of DeWitt was Pi Kappa Alpha fra-
Bee Branch. Ierry was sponsored by Phi Sigma Epsilon. ternity's representative for Most Handsome Greek.
Roy Wray, from Hope, was Phi Lambda Chi's nominee David Garner, from North Little Rock, is sponsored by
for Most Handsome Greek. Theta Xi for Most Handsome Greek.
Thirty two students were selected for Who's Who Among Students
in American Universities and Colleges. These students, 28 seniors and
four juniors, were selected on the basis of four criteria: scholarship, par-
ticipation and leadership in extracurricular activities, citizenship and
service to the college, and promise of future usefulness.
The idea of creating a basis of recognition for the college and
university students came in l935 after interested parties consulted with
college administrators throughout the nation.
Each student selected received without cost: a certificate of recog-
nition and biographical sketch in the national publication, and the
benefits of a national student placement service.
Locally the students were selected after a committee made up of
faculty and students made nominations. The final vote was cast by the
faculty and administration.
Mary A. Arnold. a senior from Tuckerman,
is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha
Chi, ACEI, and T-Steppers. She has served
as Vice-president of Alpha Chi and as
chairman of the committee for organization
of formal rush party at ASA workshop. She
has been on the Dean's List and has par-
ticipated in the honors program.
David L. Bass, a senior from Conway, is a member of Alpha
Phi, the Student Senate, International Relations, Young
Republicans, Royal Hooters, Echo staff, Scroll staff, and
SNEA. He has served as president, secretary, and reporter
of Alpha Phi. and as Business Manager of the Scroll. He
received a Scholarship to Aspen School of Contemporary
Art and participated in one musical production.
Julia Ann Bailey, a senior from Conway, is a member of
Alpha Sigma Tau, WHA, Band, and SNEA. She has served
as president and vice-president oi her sorority and as an
orientation leader. Iulia has been Phi Lambda Chi Sweet-
heart, Top Tau, and she was among the Top ten best
dressed Coeds. She has received many other honors. They
are the Dean's List, an Honor Scholarship, membership in
Royal Rooters, and participation in the honors program.
Gerry Sue Blume, a senior from Heber Springs, is a member of Alpha
Psi Omega, the Debate Team, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Young Demo-
crats, WRA, SCA, SNEA, the Student Senate, and Panhellenic
Council. She has served as vice-president of the Student Senate,
secretary and vice-president ol the Panhellenic Council, and an
orientation leader. She has done much public relations work lor
the school and has participated in three major productions. Because
of her ability to act, she was given the honor of Best Actress, and
Best Supporting Actress.
Edwin Louis Bird, a senior from Formosa, is a member of Alpha Chi,
Theta Xi, The American Chemical Society, Band, Little Symphony,
and BSU. He has served as president of Alpha Chi, and reporter
of Theta Xi. His freshman year at ASTC he received the freshman
chemistry award. Since then he has made the Dean's List and has
done summer undergraduate work at the University oi Arkansas
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Wandeana Ann Borqard, a junior from Little Rock, is a
member of Alpha Sigma Alpha, Wesley Foundation, SNEA,
Royal Hooters, WRA, and the T-Steppers. She has served
as president and chaplain of her sorority, and as vice-
president and reporter oi Wesley Foundation. She received
the CTA Scholarship and has participated in the Honors
Program. She was also a delegate to the midwest model
Idalene Marie Blackburn, a junior from Conway, a member
of Delta Zeta. SNEA, ACEI, WHA. She has served as
treasurer and press chairman of her sorority. She has
received other honors, among them are: the Dean's List,
the Honors Program, and an Honors Scholarship.
Bert W. Botter, a senior from Hot Springs, is a member
oi Wesley Foundation, Theta Xi, Phi Alpha Zeta, Young
Republicans, International Relations, lnteriraternity
Council, and the Intramural Council. He has served
as captain of the ASTC Bowling Team and in many
oitices for Theta Xi, He was AIC singles bowling cham-
pion and was third place in the National Tournament.
Lynda Sue Cummins, a senior from Conway, is a
member of Alpha Chi, SCA, Delta Zeta, WBA, and
Alpha Phi. She has served as secretary oi Alpha
Chi, and as an officer in her Sorority. She received
an Honor Scholarship, made the Dean's List, and
participated in the Honors Program. She was also
a Homecoming Maid.
Lanny I. Brannon, a senior from Little Rock, is a mem-
ber oi Theta Xi, Phi Alpha Zeta, Royal Hooters, Alpha
Phi, Young Democrats, SNEA, Interfraternity Council,
and the Scroll Staff. He has served in all major capaci-
ties in his Fraternity as secretary of Phi Alpha Zeta,
and pep rally director ot Royal Hooters. He was Most
Handsome Greek, Sigma Man of the Year, and Out-
standing Undergraduate ot Theta Xi.
Patricia Anne Farrior. a senior from Conway, is a member of Wesley Foundation,
Choir, MENC, Alpha Chi, and the German Club. She has served as president and
vice-president of MENC, and treasurer of the Choir. She participated in three
major productions and the Arkansas State Music Teachers Contest.
Iimmy Dyer, a senior from Van Buren, is a member of Wesley Foundation, Theta
Xi, SNEA, IFC, Royal Hooters, and the PE Majors Club. He has served as presi-
dent and vice-president of Wesley Foundation, president of SNEA, and other offices
in his Fraternity. He was an orientation leader and participated in the Honors
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Sarah Virginia Griqsby. a senior from Conway, is
a member of Sigma Kappa, SCA, Student Senate,
T-Steppers, WRA, Scroll Staff, the German Club.
Alpha Chi, and Royal Rooters. She has served as
secretary-treasurer ol the German Club and the
Senior Class vice-president. She received an Honor
Scholarship and made the Dean's List. She has
also participated in the Honors Program.
Larry Paul Grummer, a senior from Conway, is a member oi Sigma Tau
Gamma, the Student Senate, SCA, Young Democrats, Royal Hooters.
Newman Club, Scroll Staff, and the Biology Club. He has served as
treasurer of the Student Senate, vice-president of Newman Club, and
in the SCA Council.
Sue Ann Hammond, a senior lrom Conway, is a member oi Sigma
Sigma Sigma, Echo Staff, Alpha Chi, Royal Rooters, Phi Alpha Theta.
She received an Honors Scholarship and participated in the Honors
Program. She was also the Outstanding Ioumalist.
Iames A. Hoqqard, a junior from Lonoke, is a member of the
Student Senate, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Interiraternity Council, So-
ciology Council, Pre-Law Club, and Young Democrats. He has
served as president ol his Fraternity and president of the Inter-
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Ai-los Ferrel Iames, a junior from Little Rock, is a member of
the Scroll Staff, College Choir, Echo Staff, SNEA, Royal Hooters,
MENC, BSU, SCA. He has served as Art editor of the Scroll.
and vice-president oi SCA Council. He received a Choir Schol-
arship. He has worked in two major productions and is on the
Blanche Iolly, a senior from Earle, is a member of ACEI, SCA, Wesley Foun-
dation, the Student Senate, WHA, Sigma Kappa, Bernard House Council and
the Denney House Council. She has served as WBA reporter, Iunior Class
vice-president, secretary oi Sigma Kappa, and on the WBA Council. She
received a FTA Scholarship and was Bride in Sadie Hawkins Day Stunt.
Iulia lludyl lean lanes, a senior from Morrilton, is
a member of the Panhellenic Council, SCA, the
Scroll Staff, Delta Zeta., Royal Hooters, Alpha Chi.
T-Steppers, Band, ACEI, the Spanish Club and WRA.
She has served on the SCA Council, on the Pan-
hellenic Council, and as Co-editor of the Scroll. She
has also participated in the Honors Program.
Winona Sue lines, a senior from Hot Springs, is a
member of SNEA, Alpha Chi, and Wesley Foun-
dation. She has served as SNEA Treasurer, Bernard
House Council Member, and delegate to the Wes-
ley Board oi Directors. She was on the Dean's List,
participated in the Honors Program and received
an Honor Scholarship.
lSusiel Shirley Anne Minton, a senior from Brinkley,
is a member of Alpha Sigma Tau, Royal Rooters,
Student Senate, Young Democrats, SCA, WRA, SNEA,
and Alpha Psi Omega. She has served as Student
Senate Secretary, Royal Rooters Secretary, Young
Democrats Female Vice-President, Alpha Psi Omega
Historian, and Alpha Sigma Tau Editor. She has
been in two major productions and was also an
Barbara Gay Nichols, a senior from Little Rock, is a member oi Alpha ,
Sigma Tau, Royal Rooters, Panhellenic Council, WRA, and SCA. She
has served as Iunior and Senior Panhellenic Council Representatives,
and treasurer of the Panhellenic Council. She holds many beauty titles.
She was Miss ASTC, Miss Congeniality in Miss ASTC Pageant, and
Senior Homecoming Maid. She also has participated in the Honors
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Tommie Sue Kirtley, a senior from Dumas, is a
member ol Alpha Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi, Royal
Rooters. SCA, SNEA, WRA, and SCA Council.
She has served as president ol Short Hall, treas-
urer of Alpha Chi, and SCA music librarian. She
was on the Dean's List and also received an
Lowell P. McClanahn, a senior from Gillett, is a
member ol Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau Gamma, SCA.
Royal Rooters, the German Club, and Wesley
Foundation. He has served as president of SCA.
vice-president ol German Club, and as officers in
his Fraternity. He received an Honor Scholarship
and an Alcoa Scholarship. He was on the Dean's
List and participated in the Honors Program.
William F. Payne, a senior from North Little Rock, is
a member of the Band, American Chemical Society, Phi
Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Chi, Little Symphony and BSU.
He has served as president of the ASTC Band, presi-
dent ol the American Chemical Society, chaplain of
Phi Sigma Epsilon, and Enlistment Chairman of BSU.
He was on the Dean's List and was a member of the
Arkansas Intercollegiate Band.
Rebecca Ian Phillips, a senior from Urbanette, is a member of MENC, the German
Club, Alpha Chi, Sigma Kappa, Choir, BSU, and WRA. She has served as treasurer-
secretary of MENC, corresponding secretary ot Sigma Kappa, and music chairman
of BSU. She has received a Choir Scholarship, an Honor Scholarship, and a Major
applied Scholarship. She has done much public relations work for the school. She
has made the Dean's List and has worked in two major productions.
Iohn Hardin Reno, a senior from Conway, is a member ot Alpha
Psi Omega. He
Psi Omega. He
has worked in
tions, six verse
has served as president and reporter of Alpha
was awarded the Marshall Harris Award. He
the four major productions, nine minor produc-
choir productions, radio drama for local station
and Master ot Ceremonies on many occasions.
Charles Thomas Purdom, a senior from Yellville,
is a member of Phi Beta Lambda, Royal Rooters,
Pre-Law Club, Student Senate, Young Democrats,
and the Arkansas Student Government Associa-
tion. He has served as vice-president of Phi
Beta Lambda, vice-president and president of
Pre-Law Club, vice-president of the Sociology
Forum state president of Phi Lambda, vice-presi-
dent of the Arkansas Student Government Asso-
ciation, and vice-president of Young Democrats.
He was second place in the state as Mr. Future
Arvy Richard Smith, a senior from Little Rock, is a member of Royal
Rooters, Student Senate, Sigma Tau Gamma, SCA, Fellowship of Chris-
tian Athletes, Alpha Psi Omega, and Young Democrats. He has served
as president of Royal Rooters, president of Iunior class, VP and assist-
ant treasurer SCA, SCA Council, co-organizer ol Fellowship of Christian
Athletes. He served as Groom one year in the SCA Friendship ceremony.
He lettered one year in football and has participatd in one major and
minor production. He also served as an orientation leader.
Marion D. Riddell, a senior from Clarksville, is a member of Alpha
Sigma Tau, SCA, SCA Council, SNEA, Royal Rooters, WRA, College
Choir, Young Democrats. She has served as standard board, music
chairman, rush chairman, AST, Secretary, MENC, and Orientation
leader. She belongs to Alpha Chi and Alpha Psi Omega. She has
participated in three major productions and one minor production.
Mac I. Troy, a senior from Heber Springs, is a mem-
ber of Sigma Tau Gamma, Alpha Psi Omega, Royal
Rooters, and Young Democrats. He has served as
vice-president, historian and project manager of
Sigma Tau Gamma, vice-president oi Alpha Psi
Omega. He has had many honors. He has received
an academic scholarship, best actor's award and
was an orientation leader. He has participated in
football, track, seven major productions, TV appear-
ances, and recruiting visits.
David Owen White, a senior from Little Rock, is a member ot Sigma
Tau Gamma, Royal Rooters, Student Senate, Young Democrats, Alpha
Psi Omega, Intramurals, and Scroll staff. He has served as VP of the
Freshman class, president Sophomore class, VP of the Student Senate,
VP oi Sigma Tau Gamma, Rush chairman Sigma Tau Gamma. and
reporter Alpha Psi Omega. His honors consist oi orientation captain,
business manager, scroll, assistant director of Miss ASTC Pageant, and
director of Miss ASTC Pageant. He has also been in a major production.
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Linda Carole White, a senior from Crossett, is a member
of Student Senate, Sigma Kappa, Royal Rooters, T-
Steppers, WRA, Bernard House Council, and Executive
Council oi Sigma Kappa. She has served as secretary
of the Student Senate, president of her pledge class.
corresponding secretary and president oi Sigma Kappa,
secretary ot T-Steppers, Short Hall representative to
Senate. orientation leader, Bernard Hall representative
to Senate. She has been All-Greek Sweetheart and has
an honor scholarship.
Ioe Fred Young, a senior from Conway, is a member oi Royal Hooters, Student
Senate, Young Democrats, Pi Kappa Alpha, IFC, SCA. He has served as vice-
president of Royal Rooters. vice-president of Pi Kappa Alpha, and president ot
IFC. He has had many honors. For two years he made all AIC, and he was
tootbal captain. He also served as an orientation leader.
MR. AND MISS COURTESY
In an all-student election conducted by Theta Xi fraternity, Peggy Munsey, a Sophomore from Little Rock and Dick
King, a Iunior from Little Rock were selected as Mr. and Miss Courtesy for the school year, 1964-1965.
SCA CARNIVAL QUEEN
The 1965 SCA Carnival Queen and her court are: Libby Iennings, Susan
Stone, Peggy Munsey, Queen, Betty Kai Turner, cmd Carol Watson.
1964 MISS HOSPITALITY
1965 BEST DRESSED C0-ED
Classes are the most important phase of college life.
It is in our classes that we, as students at ASTC, pre-
pare ourselves for our chosen vocation. Classes can be
interesting or dull depending on the attitudes of the
students. The amount of time and effort put into the
class determines its Worth to the student.
ASTC is proud of its courses that are offered to its
students. The number of courses offered in each of the
fifteen departments has increased every year to meet
the demands of the growing enrollment. In the School
year l964-65, over 500 courses were offered leading
to four undergraduate degrees and one graduate
The college is also proud of its growing student
body. A record number of freshmen enrolled this year
to begin their preparation for their life's work. The
sophomores and juniors are even closer to the immedi-
ate goal--Graduation. For the seniors this will be the
year they complete the most basic of their training and
receive their diplomas. Thelma Lee Williams, a gradu-
ating senior, receives her hard-earned diploma from
President Silas D. Snow.
After graduation, the interests of some students may
lead them to further their education, while others take
their places in a different field of endeavor.
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MARILYN L. AARON, BSE, Home Economics: North Little Rock. BSU, Publicity
Chairman: Colhecon, Treasurer.
BETTY L. ALLRED, BSE, Business: Mountain View. Phi Beta Lambda.
MARY A. ARNOLD, BSE, Elementary Education: Tuckerman. T-Steppers: ACEI:
WRA: Alpha Chi: Alpha Sigma Alpha.
WILLIAM ARNOLD, BSE, Physical Science: West Helena. Phi Sigma Epsilon.
EVA SUE ASHCRAFT, BSE, Elementary Education: North Little Rock.
GLENN D. AUSTIN, BS, Math: Atkins. Wesley: Theta Xi, Corresponding Sec.
I. O. BARTON, BSE, Social Studies: Charleston. Chi Alpha: Young Republicans:
Phi Lambda Chi.
CAROL V. BASKIN, BSE, French: Pine Bluff. SNEA: La Sociedad Hispanica:
Alpha Chi: Elementary and Intermediate French Awards: Spanish Award:
l DAVID BASS, BSE, Art: Conway. Senate: Echo:
Scrollf Business Manager-64: Young Republicans:
Alpha Phi, President, Secretary, Reporter: SNEA:
Royal Rooters: Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and Colleges.
DOLLIE M. BAXTER, BSE, History: Heber Springs.
Wesley: Young Democrats: SNEA: Phi Alpha
LLOYD A. BEASLEY, BSE, Business Education:
Cabot. Chi Alpha: Scroll: Young Democrats: Phi
Beta Lambda: SNEA.
TOM S. BLOSSOM, BS, Business: Little Rock. SCA: Senate: Young Democrats:
Phi Beta Lambda: Interfraternity Council: Sigma Tau Gamma, 1st Vice Presi-
dent: Orientation Leader.
CHARLES HENRY BEEL, BS, Math, Iacksonville.
Young Republicans: Phi Lambda Chi.
BOBBIE C. BELL, BSE. Home Economics, Beebe.
Wesley: Scroll: Colhecon: WRA: Sigma Sigma
BUD E. BELL, BSE, Art, Little Bock. Alpha Psi
Omega: Best Supporting Actor, 64: lst place AIC
Talent Show 63: lst Place AIC Hootenanny: lst
Place SCA Talent Show: Sigma Tau Gamma,
LINDA I. BELL, BSE, English: Little Rock. SCA: Young Democrats: SNEA, Mem-
bership Chairman: BSU, Publicity Chairman: Phi Alpha Theta, Vice President:
Alpha Chi: Verse Choir.
MARGARET ANN BERRY, BSE, Elementary Education: Harrison. Newman:
Young Democrats: SNEA: WHA: Alpha Sigma Tau, Secretary, Vice President.
EDWIN L. BIRD, BS, Chemistry: Formosa. BSU: Band: Little Symphony: SCA:
Alpha Chi, President: Freshman Chemistry Award: Dean's List.
IDALENE N. BLACKBURN, BSE: Elementary Education: Conway. ACEI: SNEA:
GERRY S. BLUME, BSE, Speech: Heber Springs. SCA: Senate, Vice President:
Young Democrats: Intramurals: Alpha Psi Omega: Best Supporting Actress
63: Best Actress 64: Major Productions: Panhellenic Council, Vice President,
Secretary: Sigma Sigma Sigma.
PAMELA BOHART, BSE,'Math: Humphrey. Band: Majorette Captain: Brass
Choir: WRA: Royal Hooters: Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary, 2nd Vice
President: Orientation Leader.
BERT W. BOTTER, BS, History: Hot Springs. Wesley: Vice President Young
Republicans: German Club: Interiraternity Council: Intramurals, Vice Presi-
dent: Bowling Team: 3rd in National NAIA: Theta Xi. Scholarship Chairman.
IUDI A. BROWN, BSE, Physical Education: St. Ioseph, Missouri. Newman:
SCA: WPEMM, President, Secretary: WRA: Short Hall House Council: Ber-
nard Hall Fire Marshall: Varsity Tennis Team.
PEGGY D. BROWN, BSE, Elementary Education: Damascus. BSU: Young Dem-
ocrats: SNEA: ACEI: WBA: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Secretary.
RONNY W. BROWN, BS, Math: North Little Rock.
HILDA I. BURTON, BSE, Business Education: Charleston. BSU: Phi Beta Lambda:
SNEA: WBA: Bernard House Council.
MARGARET A. BURTON, BSE, Elementary Edu-
cation, Charleston. BSU: ACEI: Intramurals.
NORMAN M. CALLAWAY, BSE, Physical Educa-
tion: Little Rock. Young Democrats: Craftsman's
Guild: Pi Kappa Alpha: Football Letterman: T
Club, President: Student Coach-Track: Student
Coach-Football: All AIC 60, 64.
SANDRA L. CARMICAL, BSE, Social Studies:
BEEL - CARMI CAL
CHARLES L. BRADFORD, BSE, Social Studies: Heber Springs. Young Repub
licans: Intramural: Phi Beta Lambda: Phi Lambda Chi, Secretary Orrenta
MERLE L. BREEDING, BSE, Sociology: Little Rock. BSU: Biology Club Intra
murals: Intramural Council 63: Phi Sigma Epsilon.
MARIALYCE BRINKLEY, BSE, English: Morrilton. SCA, SCA Council Music
Director, Recording Secretary, Organist: Senate: Choir: MENC: SNEA WBA
Royal Rooters: Alpha Sigma Tau, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer Honor
Scholarship: Honors Program: Orientation Leader: Bernard House Council
AVA G. BRITTON. BSE, Elementary Education: Vilonia.
STEPHEN R. CARRELL, BSE, Math: Damascus
COY D. CASE, BS, Math: Batesville. Young Re
publicans: Phi Lambda Chi.
North Little Rock. German Club.
WALLACE L. CHANDLER, BSE, Physical Education: Wilson. SCA: Wesley
Young Democrats: Royal Hooters: Sigma Tau Gamma: Co-Captain, Football
RAYMOND P. CODY, BSE, Physical Education: Morrilton. BSU: Intramurals
SNEA: Pi Kappa Alpha: Football Letterman.
CHARLES C. COLEMAN. BSE, Physical Education: Budy. Pi Kappa Alpha.
CAROLYN F. COLVERT, BSE, English: Springdale. SNEA.
IUDY G. COMBS. BSE, Elementary Education: Little Rock. BSU: Echo: Scroll.
Index Editor: Young Democrats: Young Republicans: ACEI, Publicity Chair-
man: SNEA, Publicity Chairman: WRA: Verse Choir.
PEGGY I. COMPTON, BSE. Home Economics: Delaplaine. Colhecon.
VERNA I. CONDON, BSE, Elementary Education, Iacksonville.
MARY IANE COVINGTON, BSE, Home Economics, Conway. Colhecon.
Young Republicans, President Craitsman's Club,
PAMELA I. CASH, BSE, Elementary Education:
MARILYN L. COX. BA, Sociology, Benton. SCA:
Senate: Scroll: Young Democrats: Sociology
Forum: WBA: Royal Hooters: Alpha Sigma Tau.
Historian, Corresponding Secretary: Secretary.
Short Hall: President, Denney Hall.
DONALD H. CRAIN, BSE, Physical Education:
MARTHA NELL CRANE, BSE, Home Economics:
BILLY RAY CROUSE, BS, Business: Sheridan. BSU: Young Democrats: Choir:
Phi Beta Lambda: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Major Productions: Track Team.
WARREN H. CROW, BS, Business: Memphis, Tenn. Band: Tophatters: Phi
Beta Lambda: Phi Sigma Epsilon.
IERRY B. CROWDER. BS, Business: Ma flower. Wesley: Phi Beta Lambda:
Administrative Management Society, Vice President.
LYNDA SUE CUMMINS, BA, Art and Math: Conway. SCA, Council: Alpha
Phi, Reporter: WBA: Alpha Chi, Secretary: Delta Zeta, Scholarship Chairman:
Honors Program: Honor Scholarship: Homecoming Maid: Deans List.
CARRELL - DA VIS
ROBERT E. DANIEL, BS, Business: Searcy. Band: Young Democrats: Tophatters
Sigma Tau Gamma.
JOHN E. DANIELS. BS, Business: Bodcaw.
DORA F. DAVIS, BSE, Home Economics: Paris. Colhecon: SNEA.
TOM F. DAVIS. BSE, Physical Education: Batesville. All-AIC Basketball.
LENA L. DOLLAR, BSE. English: Heber Springs. MBSF: BSU.
KATHLEEN DORSEY, BSE, Elementary Education: Alma. ACEI.
GERALD L. DURAN, BSE, Elemementary Education: Sherwood. Senate: Band:
Young Democrats: Little Symphony: ACEI: SNEA: Phi Lambda Chi.
RUTH ANN DURAN, BSE, Elementary Education: Hartman ACEI: SNEA.
IIMMY DYER, BSE, Mathematics: Van Buren. Wesley: Intramurals: SNEA:
Royal Rooters: Theta Xi: Interlraternity Council.
ROBERT W. EPPERSON, BSE, Social Studies: Berryville.
TOMMIE M. DALBY, BSE, Elementary Education: Conway. Newman: SNEA:
DIANNA B. DENTON. BSE, Speech: Stuttgart. SCA, SCA Carnival Queen:
T'Steppers: Colhecon: WRA: Alpha Psi Omega: Royal Rooters: Delta Zeta,
Vice President: Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and
Colleges: Phi Lambda Chi National Sweetheart: Honor Homecoming Maid:
Miss Hospitality oi Arkansas: Freshman Homecoming Maid: Most Beautiful
ROBERT L. DIXON, BS, Business: Pine Bluif. BSU: Phi Beta Lambda: Sigma
RICHARD E. DOBBS, BS, Biology: Hazen. Biology Club.
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MILDRED L. EVANS, BSE, Elementary Education: Ward. BSU: ACEI.
IULIA EWAN, BSE, Elementary Education: Clarendon. SCA: T-Steppers, Drill
Captain, Co-Captain, President, Vice President: Young Democrats: ACEI, Social
Chairman: SNEA: WRA: Royal Rooters: Alpha Sigma Tau, Pledge Program
Chairman: Dean's List.
EDWARD PAUL FARRAR, BSE, Physical Education: Fort Smith. SNEA.
GLYNDA F. FARRIS, BSE, Home Economics: Parkin. Wesley: Colhecon: WRA:
Sigma Kappa, Triangle, Correspondent-Registar: Bernard House Council: Ber-
LYNDA G. FARRIS, BSE, Home Economics: Parkin. Wesley: Colhecon: WRA:
Sigma Kappa, Social Chairman: McAlister Hall Council: McAlister Floor
Counselor: Bernard Hall Fire Marshal.
LILLIAN C. FELDMAN, BSE, Speech: Helena. SCA: Echo: Scroll, Iunior Editor:
Young Democrats: SNEA: WRA: Alpha Psi Omega, Major Productions: Sigma
Sigma Sigma, Vice President: Oral Interpretations and Readings.
LARRY M. FISHER, BSE, General Science: Beebe. Dean's List.
SHARON L. FORT, BSE, Elementary Education: Warren. Band: T-Steppers:
ACIEi WHA: Alpha Sigma Alpha.
LARRY D. FROST, BSE, English: Benton. BSU: Echo: SNEA: Track Team:
Cross Country: Lettermen Club.
IOHNNY M. GARNER, BS, Economics: Beebe.
LAURA L. GARRETT, BSE, Home Economics: Gurdon. Wesley: Colhecon.
MORGAN WAYNE GILBERT, BSE, Physical Education: Tuckerman. Young
Democrats: Intramurals: SNEA: Baseball Team: T Club.
DELWANDA IOE GLOVER, BS, History: Conway. Craftsman's Guild: Pre-Law.
HAROLD T. GOFF, BSE, Social Studies: Beebe. SCA: SNEA.
RONALD D. GORE, BS, Biology: Cotton Plant. Theta Xi, Pledgemaster: Dean's
SARAH V. GRIGSBY, BS, Mathematics: Conway. SCA, Council: Senate:
T-Steppers: Scroll, Literary Editor: German Club, Secretary, Treasurer: WRA:
Alpha Chi: Royal Rooters: Sigma Kappa, Scholarship Chairman: Senior Class
Vice President: Orientation Leader: Who's Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges: Honors Program: Dean's List.
RETHA E. GROOM, BSE, Mathematics: Hot Springs. SCA: T-Steppers: German
Club: WHA: Alpha Chi: Sigma Kappa, Vice President: Dean's List: Honor
Scholarship: Honor Courses: Orientation Leader.
PAUL GRUMMER, BS, Biology: Conway. Newman Club, Vice President: SCA:
Senate, Treasurer: Scroll: Young Democrats: Biology Club: Intramurals: Royal
Rooters: Sigma Tau Gamma.
DUDLEY A. GULLETT, BS, Biology: Conway.
CHARLES R. GUNZBURG, BS, Math: Carlisle.
SUE A. HAMMOND, BSE, Social Studies: Conway.
Echo, Editor 1963: WHA: Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha
Chi: Royal Rooters: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cor-
responding Secretary: Outstanding Iournalist:
Honors Scholarship: Honors Courses: Who's Who
Among Students in American Universities and
SHARON A. HARDCASTLE, BSE, Elementary Edu-
cation: Conway. Young Democrats: ACEI: SNEA.
GILBERT - HOWE
MARY H. HARLAN. BSE, Home Economics: Mt. Vernon. Colhecon.
IAMES G. HAVENS, BS, Industrial Education: Conway. Craitsman's Guild:
Phi Lambda Chi.
MARY K. HECK, BSE, Elementary Education: Conway. ACEI: SNEA.
SUSAN L. HENDERSON, BSE, English: Little Rock. T-Steppers: SNEA: Alpha
Chl: Royal Rooters: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer.
RAYMOND R. HENZE, BSE, Industrial Education: Conway. Newman Club:
IOE B. HILL, BSE, Social Studies: Beebe.
BETTY A. HILTON, BSE, Physical Education: Pine Bluff, WPEMM: WRA:
McAlister Hall Counselor.
DONNA SUE HOLLIDAY, BA, Business: Harrison. Scroll, Outstanding Member,
Editor Iunior Class, Editor Organizations Section: Young Democrats: La Sociedad
Hispanica, Reporter: Best Dressed: Orientation Leader.
IUDY MARIE HORN, BSE, Elementary Education:
Little Rock. ACEI: SNEA.
THERON W. HOWARD, BSE, Speech: Benton.
Senate: Band: Young Democrats: Alpha Psi
Omega: Theatre Workshop: Debate and Discus-
sion Team: Phi Sigma Epsilon.
MARY E. HOWE, BSE, Business: Hampton. BSU:
Phi Beta Lambda: SNEA.
BETTY SUE IENNINGS, BSE, Elementary Education: Iacksonville. Wesley: ACEI:
Bernard Hall Council.
WINONA SUE IINES, BSE, English: Hot Springs. Wesley: SNEA, Secretary:
Alpha Chi: Bernard House Council.
EDDIE IOHNSON, BS, Math and Business: Conway. Senate: Young Republicans:
Phi Lambda Chi.
BLANCHE IOLLY, BSE, Elementary: Earle. Wesley: Senate: ACEI: WBA:
Sigma Kappa, First and Second Vice President: Iunior Class Vice President:
Orientation Leader: Who's Who among Students in American Universities
GERALD A. HOYT, IR., BS, Physical Science:
Conway. Newman Club: Theta Xi.
way. Alpha Chi.
ROBERT I. HUEY, BSE, Social Studies: Little
Bock. BSU: Young Democrats: SNEA.
IANICE A. HULSIZER, BSE, Home Economics: Benton. T-Steppers: Colhecon:
Sigma Sigma Sigma.
FERREL A. IAMES, BSE, Social Studies: Little Rock. BSU: SCA: Echo: Scroll:
Choir: MENC: SNEA: Royal Hooters: Who's Who Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges.
JERRY L. IAMES, BSE, Physical Education: Yellville. Young Republicans: Intra-
murals: Phi Lambda Chi.
JULIA I. IANES, BSE, Elementary Education: Morrilton. SCA: Band: T-Steppers:
Scroll: ACEI: La Sociedad Hispanica: WRA: Alpha Chi: Royal Rooters: Pan-
hellenic Council: Delta Zeta: Orientation Leader.
PATRICIA E. HOYT, BS, General Business: Con-
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HUGH M. IONES, BS, Business: Grannis. BSU: Young Democrats: Phi Beta
Lambda: Sigma Tau Gamma.
SHANE K. IONES, BSE, Social Studies: Pine Village, Indiana. Newman Club.
DIANNA MARIE KINGSTON, BSE, Home Economics: Beebe. Young Democrats'
EARLENE M. LANG, BSE, Elementary Education: Heber Springs. MBSF: Band'
Scroll: Brass Choir: ACEI: SNEA.
LEAH K. LANGE, BSE, Mathematics, Geography: Little Rock. SCA: SNEA.
LEA A. LARSON, BSE, Mathematics: Conway. Newman Club: WPEMM: SNEA:
WRA: Golf Team: Women's State Golf Champion 1962: Girl's State Golf
KENNITH FAYE LEATHERS, BSE, English: Pocahontas. SNEA: La Sociedad
Hispanica: Alpha Chi.
SHARON BENTON LESSENBERRY. BS, Mathematics: Conway. Young Demo-
crats: ACS: API: SNEA: Alpha Chi: Sigma Sigma Sigma: Dean's List.
CAROLYN LEWIS. BSE, Elementary Education: Conway. T-Steppers: ACEI:
SNEA: Royal Rooters: Delta Zeta.
CLELL L. LEWIS, BSE, Physical Education: Clinton. Young Democrats: Intra-
murals: Pi Kappa Alpha.
ROBERT P. LEWIS, BSE, Physical Education: Clinton. Wesley: Young Demo
crats: Intramurals: Pi Kappa Alpha: Baseball.
BARBARA L. LILE, BSE, Home Economics: Crossett.
LINDA L. LOVE, BSE, Elementary Education: North Little Rock. BSU: SCA
Council: Scroll: Typing Editor: Young Democrats, Executive Council: ACEI,
Secretary: SNEA: WRA: Royal Rooters: Orientation Leader: Sigma Kappa,
IO NELL LOWRY, BSE, Elementary Education: Conway. SNEA: Alpha Phi
MARY C. LUYET, BSE, Mathematics: Conway. Newman Club: SNEA: Dean's
List: Honors Program: Honor Scholarship.
CALVIN T. LYNCH, BSE, Physical Education: Wilson. Wesley: Young Demo-
crats: Sigma Tau Gamma: T-Club: Track: Swimming.
BILLIE L. MABRY, BSE, English: Conway. Sigma Sigma Sigma.
SHIRLEY A. MALLETT, BSE, Elementary Education: Morrilton. SCA: Wesley,
Librarian and Secretary: Young Republicans: ACEI, Vice President: SNEA:
WRA: Bernard Hall House Council: Orientation Leader: FTA Scholarship.
CHARLES R. MASON. BS, Biology: Carlisle.
Young Democrats: Biology Club: Pi Kappa Alpha:
LOWELL P. McCLANAHAN, BSE, Mathematics:
Gillett. SCA, President: Alpha Chi: Royal Hooters:
Sigma Tau Gamma.
BETTY N. MCCONNELL. BSE, Elementary Educa-
tion: Little Rock. ACEI: SNEA.
SANDRA L. MCCUTCHEON. BSE, Home Eco-
nomics: Little Rock. Echo: Colhecon. Vice Presi-
dent: WRA: Royal Rooters: Panhellenic Council,
Treasurer: Sigma Sigma Sigma, President.
IAMES A. MCDERMOTT, BSE, English: Dermott.
BSU: T-Club: Track and Cross Country.
IANA F. MCELROY. BSE, Mathematics: Harrison.
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GERALDINE C. MCNEEL. BSE, Elementary Education: Conway. ACEI: SNEA. 'ZF'
IAMES D. McPHAIL, BS, Mathematics: Bald Knob. Intramurals: Theta Xi. , V.
LORENE MILAM, BSE, Business Education: Conway. Phi Beta Lambda. V
PATRICIA S. MILLS, BSE, Elementary Education: Conway. SNEA: Alpha Chi
SUSIE MINTON. BSE, Speech: Brinkley. SCA: Senate, Secretary: ECHO: Scroll
Young Democrats, Vice President: SNEA: WRA: Alpha Psi Omega, Historian
Royal Rooters, Secretary: Alpha Sigma Tau, Pledge Trainer: Major Productions
RONALD D. MITCHELL, BSE, Physical Education: Van Buren.
DORR B. MOORE, BS, Industrial Education: Heber Springs. Craitsman's Guild:
Sigma Tau Gamma.
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MARGARET A. NABORS, BSE, Music: Little Rock. Band: Tophatters: Little
IUDY K. MOORE, BSE, Art: Harrison. Alpha Phi,
Vice President: Intramurals: WPEMM: WRA. Sec-
retary, WHA Council.
CAROLYN W. MORGAN, BSE, Elementary Edu-
cation: Fort Smith. SCA: Young Democrats: ACEI:
WRA: Delta Zeta, Parliamentarian, Guard and
Social Secretary, Best Pledge: Orientation Leader:
Panhellenic Advisory Council.
DANIEL W. MORSE. BS, Business: Conway. Alpha
' EROLYN MUSGROVE. BSE. Home Economics: Pine Bluff. BSU: Colhecon: SNEA.
GLORIA LEA MUSGRAVE, BSE, Physical Education: Conway. BSU: WPEMM:
TOMMY L. NELSON, BSE, Math: Batesville.
GAY NICHOLS. BSE, English: Little Rock. SCA: Royal Rooters: Panhellenic
Council: Alpha Sigma Tau: Miss ASTC 1963: Senior Homecoming Maid 1964.
ROBIN NIX, BS, Business: Camden. SCA: Senate: Band, All-AIC, Drum Major:
Young Democrats: Tophatters: Little Symphony: Pre-Law: Phi Beta Lambda:
Royal Hooters: Interfraternity Council Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President: Orien-
tation Leader: Tennis.
GLENN A. O'DONNELL, BSE, Math: Conway.
THOMAS W. OGDON. BS. General Business: Mayflower. AMS, President:
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Bernard Hall Counselor.
Sociedad Hispanica, Press Secretary.
IULE W. PARKS, BS, Business: Shreveport, Louisiana. Pi Kappa Alpha.
DONNA IEAN PATTON, BA, Spanish: Pine Bluff. Scroll Staff, Index Editor,
Senior Section Editor: Young Republicans, Treasurer, Parliamentarian: La
LANITA M. PATTON, BSE, Home Economics: Pine Bluff. Wesley: Colhecon:
ROGER PATTON, BSE, Mathematics: Montgomery, Alabama: SNEA: Dean's
WILLIAM F. PAYNE, BS, Chemistry: Little Rock. BSU: Band, President: Little
Symphony: ACS, President: Alpha Chi: Phi Sigma Epsilon: Arkansas Inter-
collegiate Band: Dean's List.
IAMES A. PENNEY, BS, Business: North Little Rock. Phi Beta Lambda.
BRIAN O'DEAN PERRY, BME, Music: England. Band, Arkansas Intercollegiate
Band: Brass Choir: Tophatters: Little Symphony: MENC.
MICHAEL T. PETERSON, BA, Art: Little Rock. Newman Club: Alpha Phi: Phi
DOYNE PHILLIPS, BA, History: Overland, Mis-
souri. Young Democrats.
REBECCA I. PHILLIPS, BME, Music-Piano: Ur-
banette. BSU: Choir: MENC: German Club: WHA:
Alpha Chi: Sigma Kappa: Dean's List.
NEYLON S. PILKINGTON, BSE, Social Studies:
Searcy. Phi Sigma Epsilon.
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IOHN S. POLK, BSE, Social Studies: Little Rock.
Wesley: SNEA: Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary.
IO ANN POWELL, BSE, Elementary Education:
MARSHA MARIE PRATT, BSE, Speech: Little
Rock. SCA: T-Steppers: Scroll: Young Democrats:
WRA: Alpha Psi Omega: Royal Rooters: Delta
Zeta: Orientation Leader.
KENNETH PRIEST, BSE, Physical Education: Ben-
tonville. BSU: SCA: Young Democrats: Intramurals
CHARLES T. PURDOM, BSE, Social Studies: Yell-
ville. Senate, Treasurer: Young Democrats, Vice
President, Parliamentarian: Pre-Law, President,
Vice President: Phi Beta Lambda, Vice President:
Sociology Forum, Vice President: Royal Rooters,
Parliamentarian: State President Phi Beta Lambda
two years: Arkansas Student Government Asso-
ciation, Vice President.
KENNETH N. RAGAN, BS. Business: Little Rock.
BSU: SCA: Young Democrats: Pi Kappa Alpha.
ARTHUR L. RAINWATER, BSE, Physical Educa-
tion: Iacksonville. Young Democrats: Biology
Club: Intramurals: Interfraternity Council: Pi
Kappa Alpha, President, Treasurer, Secretary:
Orientation Leader: President of Iunior Class
RONNIE R. RANKIN. BSE, Elementary Education:
Fort Smith. Pi Kappa Alpha.
DANNY G. RAPIER, BSE, History and Political
Science: Van Buren. Wesley: Young Democrats:
Phi Alpha Theta, President.
ELVA M. RAY, BS, Biology: McNeil. Biology
OHN H RENO BS S eech' Conway Alpha Psi Omega: Who's Who Among
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Students in American Universities cmd Colleges.
BETTY IANE RHODES, BSE, English: Conway.
KAY RICE, BSE, Elementary Education: Helena. Newman Club: Young Demo-
crats: ACEI: WRA: Delta Zeta: Orientation Leader.
VERNICE RICE, BSE, Elementary Education: Roland.
ROBERT D. RICHARDSON, BSE, Physical Educa-
tion: Fordyce. BSU, President: SNEA: Track Team:
Cross Country Coach: T Club: Dean's List.
MARIAN D. RIDDELL, BME, Voice: Clarksville.
SCA Council: Young Democrats: Choir: MENC,
Corresponding Secretary: SNEA: WBA: Alpha
Chi: Alpha Psi Omega: Royal Rooters: Alpha
Sigma Tau, Music Director, Rush Chainnan:
Major Productions: Orientation Leader.
DAVID LEE ROBERTSON, IR., BS, Business: West
Helena. Craitsman's Guild: Phi Beta Lambda:
Sigma Tau Gamma, Pledge Trainer.
POLK - ROBERTSON
MICHAEL H. RAY, BA, English and History: Little Rock.
IOYCE IEAN RAYNER, BSE, Elementary Education: McCroy. Scroll: Young
Republicans: ACEI: SNEA: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Scholarship Chairman: Or-
KENNY E. RED, BS, Business: Sheridan. Young Democrats: Young Republicans:
Pre-Law Club: Phi Beta Lambda: Add. Mang. Society: Phi Sigma Epsilon.
MARY ALICE REED, BSE, Business: Gravette. BSU, Social Chairman: SCA:
Bioolgy Club: Phi Beta Lambda, Reporter: SNEA: WRA: Sigma Kappa, Social
Chairman: Vice President McAlister Hall: Orientation Leader.
CAROL R ROGERS BSE Physical Education Charleston Newman T-Steppers:
BEVERLY N RUST BS Sociology McRae BSU SCA Scroll Sociology Forum:
BARBARAI ROGERS BSE Elementary Education Batesville SCA T-Steppers.
Co Captain Young Democrats ACEI SNEA WRA Alpha S1gma Alpha, Vice """
DONALD L. SARVER, BSE, Bioolgy: Herrick, Illinois. Young Democrats.
MAC A. SASSER, BSE, Social Studies: St. Ioe. BSU: Young Democrats: Phi
Beta Lambda: SNEA.
BETTY W. SCARBOROUGH, BA, Math: Iudsonia. Young Republicans: SNEA:
ROBERT E. SCOTT, BS, Math: Conway.
GARY L. SCROGGS, BSE, Art: Beebe. SCA: Wes-
ley: Alpha Phi: SNEA.
FREDDIE B. SHARP, BSE, History and Political
Science: E1 Dorado. Dean's List.
ROBERT SAM SHIPLEY, BSE, Physical Education:
Enola. Phi Lambda Chi: Swimming Team: Or-
ROGERS - STEGALL
IOHN L. SHOEMAKER, BS, General Business: Albany, Georgia. BSU: Young
Republicans: Phi Beta Lambda: Add. Mang. Society.
CLARENCE P. SHOFFNER, BS, Mathematics: Searcy. Young Democrats: API:
Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha Chi.
ROY B. SHORT, BS. Mathematics: Booneville.
My A, CHARLES K. SHOWALTER, BS, Physics: Griltithville. Senate: API, President.
SUE E. SIEVER, BS, Business Administration: Arkansas City. SCA: Wesley:
Scroll: Young Democrats, Vice President, Treasurer: State Executive Council
tor Young Democrats: Phi Beta Lambda: WHA: Royal Hooters: Alpha Sigma
JUNE SIMMONS, BSE, English: Searcy: SCA: Delta Zeta: Iunior Homecoming
Maid: Sigma Tau Gamma Sweetheart.
MARY I. SLIGER, BME, Voice: Greenbrier: Tophatters: Choir: MENC.
INEZ R. SMITH, BSE, Elementary Education: Jacksonville.
ARVY RICHARD SMITH, BA, Speech: Little Rock.
SCA, Treasurer: Senate: Young Democrats: Intra-
murals: Alpha Psi Omega: Royal Rooters, Presi-
dent: Sigma Tau Gamma, Vice President: Presi-
dent Iunior Class: Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
WILLIARD E. SMITH, BS, Business: Searcy: New-
man: Phi Beta Lambda: Pi Kappa Alpha.
EARL STEGALL, BSE, Math: Conway. Senate:
Young Republicans: Interiratemity Council: Phi
Lambda Chi: Orientation Leader.
MICHAEL 1. STEINBECK, BA, History-Political Science: West Helena. SCA:
Senate: Young Democrats: Young Republicans: Sigma Tau Gamma, Best
Pledge: Orientation Leader.
ALICE N. STEWART, BSE, Elementary Education: Marshall. ACEI: SNEA:
Bernard House Council.
IERRY T. SWAIM, BSE, Math: Little Rock. SNEA: Theta Xi.
ROBERT A. TAUNTON. BSE, Physical Education: Crossett. Sigma Tau Gamma:
CARTHEL L. TAYLOR, BSE, Math: Wilburn. Sigma Tau Gamma.
DOY TAYLOR, BSE, Elementary Education: Russellville. Delta Zeta.
IOY W. TEDFORD, BSE, Elementary Education: West Helena. SCA: Young
Democrats: SNEA: WHA: Alpha Sigma Tau, Corresponding Secretary, His-
torian: Orientation Leader.
DIANA M. TI-IOMASON, BS. Math: Lonoke. BSU: T- Steppers: SNEA, Secretary:
WRA: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Song Leader: Bernard House Council, Secretary.
PAULA R. THOMAS. BSE, Elementary Education:
Morrilton, ACEI: SNEA: Dean's List.
SYLVIA A. TUCKER, BSE, Home Economics: Cros-
sett. WRA: Colhecon: BSU, Workshop Chairman,
Social Chainnan, Missions Chairman, Publicity
YVONNE C. TULL, BSE, Math: Scott. Wesley:
SNEA, Historian: Sigma Kappa.
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BETTY UMSTED, BSE, Elementary Education: Newport. ACEI: Alpha Sigma
DARLENE TURNEY. BSE, Business Education: Conway. Phi Beta Lambda.
CAROLYN F. UMSTED. BSE, Elementary Educa-
tion: Paragould. Wesley: ACEI: SNEA: WRA:
Royal Rooters: Alpha Sigma Alpha.
BETTY T. WADE, BSE, Elementary Education:
TOMA I. WALKER. BSE, Home Economics: Mt.
Vernon. Young Democrats: Colhecon: SNEA.
WYLIE W. WASHBURN, BS, Mathematics: Searcy.
IACQUELINE WATSON, BS, Physical Science: Hot Springs. Wesley: ACS:
KARL WEATHERS, BSE, Math: Mt. Home, Idaho. Senate: Echo: SNEA: Royal
Rooters: Young Republicans: Choir: Scroll, Editor 1965, Editor Senior Section:
Echo: Iunior Class President tSummer 645.
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SHARON L. WELCH, BSE, Business: Stuttgart. Young Republicans: Phi Beta 3' if
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ROLAND W. WELLS, BSE, Physical Education: Manila. Pi Kappa Alpha.
HOWARD R. WHEETLEY, BS, Industrial Education: Little Rock. Craftsman's
DAVID OWEN WHITE, BSE, Speech: Little Rock. SCA: Senate, Vice President:
Scroll, Business Manager: Young Democrats: Intramurals: Alpha Psi Omega,
Vice President: Royal Hooters: Sigma Tau Gamma, Rush Chairman: Major
Productions: Orientation Leader: Director-Miss ASTC Pageant: Freshman Class
IOE M. WHITE, BS, Business: Conway.
LINDA C. WHITE, BSE, Math: Crossett. Senate:
T-Steppers: Royal Hooters: Sigma Kappa.
IOYCE K. WHITT, BSE, History: Roland. Phi Alpha
Theta: Alpha Chi.
IAMES I.. WILBURN. BSE, Physical Education:
Little Rock. BSU: Young Democrats: Pi Kappa
Alpha: Football, All Conference Tackle.
WILEY C. WILCOX, BSE, Elementary Education:
THELMA LEE WILLIAMS. BSE, Mathematics:
Earle. MBSF, President, Vice President, Program
Chairman, Social Chairman: Scroll: Echo: SNEA:
Alpha Chi: Bernard Hall Council: Dean's List:
NANCY M. WIMBERLY, BSE, Elementary Educa-
tion: Conway. ACEI: SNEA.
CAROLYN GAILE WISLEY, BSE, History: Mansfield. BSU: Young Republicans:
KENNETH A. WOLFE. BS, Business, Little Rock. Band: Young Republicans:
Tophatters: Phi Beta Lambda: Add. Mang. Society: Phi Lambda Chi: Dean's
List: Phi Lambda Chi Scholarship Award.
IOE WOMBLE, BS, Biology: North Little Rock. BSU: ACS: Biology Club:
NORMA I. WOODSMALI., BSE, Elementary Education: North Little Rock. Wesley.
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LYNN YATES, BSE, Home Economics: Center Point. Colhecon: SNEA.
IOE FRED YOUNG. IR., BSE, Physical Education: Conway. SCA: Senate:
Young Democrats, Parliamentarian: Royal Rooters, Vice President: Interfra-
ternity Council, President: Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President, Parliamentarian:
T Club: All AIC Football: Fellowship oi Christian Athletes.
RAYMOND T. ZAWISLAK, BSE, Social Studies: North Little Rock. Newman
Club: Young Democrats: SNEA.
LORRAINE ZUBER, BSE, Elementary Education: Benton. Wesley: SNEA, ACEI.
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Leslie F. Anderson ,,,,,, ,,,.
Dorothy Andrews .,,,,
Winfred D. Armstrong
Glynn tBuzzl Bailey ..
Iudy Baker ...,,,,,,,,,.,,,
Iames C. Barnett ..,..,
Bob Barnncm .....
Iohnny Beard ,,,.,.
George F. Beers .v,,..
Benny Bell ....,..,,....A...,..
Charlotte Ann Bennett
Glenn Bennett ,,,,
William Black ,,,,
Murray Blake ,.
Ierrel Boast ,,,, ,,
Eleanor Bohlander ,,
Ianie Bollis ,,,,
, , Hollis
,, ,, Carlisle
Barbara Brown ......
Larry Burleson .,..
Roger Burton .,...
Raymond Louis Bush
Iohn Butkiewicz ,,,.,...
. ,,,,,,,, Rome
Iames F. Campbell ,,,,, ..... M emphis
Ierry L. Campbell ,,,. , ,,,, Memphis
Pat Cantrell ,, ,
Leslie Capps ....
Mary Barfott ........... ......
Geneva Bowlin ....
Carolyn Boyd ,,.,.
Phil Brattm ............,Y -L
Willie Bradford .,...
Bob Brandt ......,.........Y.
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
Elizabeth Ann Brooks ...... A-----. C IOSSGH
Carolyn Carr ,,,,.,., .....
Harrel Cate ,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,..
William H. Caten ,......
Dotty Chanslor ,,,....,
Mike Classen ,,,,,,,
Cecilia Coilelt .....,,
Clyde A. Comer ,,.,..
Ester Creemer ,,,.,..
Lee C. Creemer ....,,,
Nathan Crook .,,,...
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
Susan Cross .,..,.....,..
Linda Davis ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Iackie Dunaway ,, ,
Mary Lou Edens
North Little Rock
Sharon Edqin .....,.
Betty I. Edgon ....
Iames T. Elliott ..,.,,.
Ginny Enderlin ...,,,.
Robert English .....
Iim Eskola ..,,,,,
Bob Evans ......
Doug Faith ,.......
Dora Ann Falls ......
Glynda Fielder ...,
Alice Fisher ....,.....
Panama City, Florida
Vivian Flewellen ..,... Perryville
Larry Floyd ...... ,i,,,,. H untington
Wanda Fowlkes ,....,... Cabot
Iames I-'utrell .,.., ,.... C onway
David Garner ,,,,,,, ,,,, N orth Little Rock
Leroy Gattin .,,,,, ,,,,..,,,,.,,,i... B enton
Nancy Green ..,,,,, ,.,.,,, L ittle Rock
Betty Griffith .,,.,,,
Nancy Grim ,,,.
Ioan Gross .,,,,,,
Robert I. Goss ,.....,,
Ianice Hackman ,,.,,.,
Lynn Hall ,..,,,............
Diane Ramona Ham
Ronald L. Hamby .,....,
Sheila Hammond ,....
Noel Harlow .......
North Little Rock
North Little ltock
El Paso, Illinois
Gerald I. Harrison
Dan Hendricks ......
Marta Henley ,,,.,
Sondra I-lercher .,,., ,,,,.,.........,. P ine Bluff
Dan Hild ,,,,., ,,,,
Ronald Hill ,......
North Little Rock
Carol Hoyt ,Y,...,,,........ ,,,,,w. C onway
Mary Gene Huber ,.,,,.. ....... E laine
Paul Ray Hudson .,.. ..... B runo
Bill I. Hudmcm ...,., ...,. L ittle Rock
Ice Kelley Huie .... ..,..,A,, W aldron
Laura Hundley ..,.,. ...,, W est Helena
Pincky Hutto ....., ..... C linion
Tommy Hutto ,.,,,. ...,... D amcrscus
George Hyde ..,... ,...,. C otton Plant
Iim Hogqard ..,.. .,,,.,, L onoke
lim Holland ,.,, .......,...... F ort Smith
Iudy Holland ..,.. ,,... N orth Little Rock
James R. Holcomb ...,., Y,.,,,. M emphis
Tom Hollis .,...,...,... ....... H Ope
Paul E. Hoover ....... Y... l mboden
William Henry Hopton ..,.,,, ,.,,,, B erryville
Gay Horton ...............,..,......,................ ViOlC1
Dianne House ,,,.,,l ...,, N orth Little Rock
Caroline C. Irby ......,
Sandra Issaacs .....
Iudy Isbell .......
Katherine Iones ..,.,
Sarah Ioyce Jones
Sheila Iones ..... .... P ine Village, Indiana
Trieber Iones ,,,.,,,
Iudy Keathley .....
Larry Kidd ......,. North Little Rock
lane King ...., .,,....,.,........... E arle
Iim King ...,. ...... P aragould
Io Etta King .,,...,,. North Little Rock
Richard Kitchens ....., ,...,........,... ,,,,, H o pe
Ioel Kirkendoll ..,.,,, ,,,,, L eslie
Susan Lafontaine .,,... ....... F ort Smith
Iames La Fevers ....,t. ,,,,,,,,, V iola
Martha Ann Lamb ,,,,,,, ,,,,, B iggers
Larry Lewellen ...,., ....... C onway
Marge Lingo ...... .........,.. E udora
Ann Lonqinotti ...... ......, H ot Springs
Ieanette C. Maertens ..,. ..,....... B enton
David Marhan .,,,..,,,. .,..... D amascus
Peggy Martin ..... ....... S olqohachia
Bucky Mays ..,.... ...... M arshall
Icmie Mazanti , ......,.,. ......, P ortland
Marsha McDaniel ....... ..,... L ittle Rock
Delmar McKenzie .,,.,,, ,... C onway
Iosephine McKenzie ....... ,,.. C onway
Levita McMillin ....,.. ......, S tuttgart
Dale Lamberson ..,,,,
Tommy Lasrter ,,,,,,.,..,.,...
Denva Lee Lawrence
Ronnie Leusinq ..,..
Bobby G. Lester ......
Paula Lucas ..,,,,r
North Little Bock
Linda McMullen ..., ,...,... H azen
Ken Miller ,,,,,,..,...,
Ierry W. Mimms ,,,.. ,,,,. C onway
Barbara Minton ..,,,,,
Velma Iean Minton
Dana Mitchell ,,....
Iehu Mitchell .,,,,,,
Don E. Moore ......
Susan Morgan ,,,, ,.,..w M erced, California
lol-rn B. Murray .,,,,, ,,,,, I acksonville
Martin F. Nuhlen ...,,, ...... .....,,.. . . . Conway
lane Newberry .,,,,,1 .,... N orth Little Rock
Kay Nichols .,,,,,
Iacqueline Oates ,, ,,,,, ,,
Sheila Mowrer Ohar
lane O'Neal ,,
Robert Peterson , ,,
.. ,,,, Mayflower
, . Marshall
,, North Little Rock
Ree Phillips ,,....
Iames Pitchiord ......
Beth Polk ..,......
Stephen Power ,,,,...
Tom Powers ,...,, A
Bonnie Proctor ...... ,.,,,..
Bill Pruitt ..,....,
Kenny Puckett ....,,
Dan Raines ..,,,,,
Hockie Rauert ,,,...
Charla Ray .......
Susan K. Ried
Bobby Reniro ,,..,,
Carolyn Rhein ,,,,,, ,,
St. Louis, Missouri
,. Mountain Home
Iohn David Richardson ., Clarendon
Fletcher Riftey ,, ..,,.. , ,,,,. ,,,,,.. W heathley
Gail Wellington Robbins ,,,.,, ,,,... C onway
Fred Robertson ..,,,,. ,,
Ierry Rogers ....
Cathy Sartin ....... ..
Patty Siems .,,,,.,...
Raymond Simon ..,.. ,.
Donna Smith ,,,,,,,,,t
Homer I.. Smith ,,,,,,,
M. Ian Smith ......
Toni Smith ,.,,,..,,........
William Darrell Smith..
Ronald A. Struck ..,..,
Hazel Marie Sorey ,.......,, North Little Rock
Diane Spence ,..,,..
I ane Stallings ......
Mary Helen Staniill
Iudy Stakemiller .......,,,,, North Little Rock
Linda Sue Stark ......
Martha Staudinqer .,...
Danny Steele ...,,,,,.
Kay Sturgeon ....,..,.,.......
Mary Virginia Sullivan
Ierry I. Taylor .......,
Martha Templeton ,,,,,..
Iohnny A. Tucker .....
Ritha Ioann Turner ,.,,,
Linda Lee Van Fossen
Linda Vauqht ,.,.......,.,,.
Brenda Walker ....,,..
Katherine Walker ,.,,.,.,.
William Patrick Warrick
Carol Watson ,,,....
Barbara Webster ,,,,..,,
Iames A. Westbrook .....
Adrian Wewers ,,......,.
. Little Rock
M. Roger Wheetley .,..
Carolyn A. Whiley ,,,,, ..... L ittle Rock
Charles Whiting .....,.
Louise Wilcox .....
Freddy Williams ,..,...
Lowell Williams .,,,..., .,..., H arrison
Vernon Williams ..,.... ,,.,... B rinkley
Marvin Wilson .....,,.,.,.. ,,,.....,,... N ewport
Beverly I. Campbell ............
Renee Wilson .........,,....... ..
Iames Gary Wimberly
Gerry Sue Witt .,,..........
Karen Wolfe ....,,....
Teddie Woodruff .,.....
David Ioe Wright ,,,,
Iudy C. Wright ,,..
Tom Yonqen ..,.,..
Reta Young ,,,..
. Hot Springs
RALPH BALDWIN IOE HAYNES
Carolyn Aaron ......,, .....
Linda Adcock ....,. ......
Norman Aqnew ,,..,. ,
Betty Lou Alexander ..,,,,
Dean Archer ,.,,,,..
Doug Atchley .,,,,
Pan Armstrong .,,,,, ......
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
Linda Arnold ,...... ...,.,,, W est Helena
Marilyn Baker ,,,,,., ..,,.. C onway
Pat Baker ,,,.,.... ,.,,. L onoke
Callie Balentine ..,,,
Dianna Bane .......
Retha Barker .,,,,,.
Alene Bates ..... ,.... M elborne
Robert Beall ..,,..,,,,,. ,...... N orth Little Rock
Donna Kay Bell ,..,... ,,,.......,,,, L ead Hill
Iudith Bell ...,..,.,,,.
Iames Gale Boardman ,.,. North Little Rock
Connie Bond ..,.........,.,.,.............,. Little Rock
Dennis Bonge ...,. .,.... N orth Little Rock
Susan Marie Boothman ..,.,.....i. Hot Springs
Mary Lou Borders ...,,... . ..,......... Scott
Karen Bradlurry ,..... . ....,.. Beebe
Betty lane Brannan .....
Lynn Brockett ,,,... .......
Martha Ann Brown ......
Ronnie Brown ..
Tommy Brown ,....
North Little Rock
Mary Etta Bell ...,i,.
Vichi Bischol .....
. Little Rock
Floyd Dwayne Blue .,.... .
Iudy Burk .,..., .,,,,.... C amp
Bill Burkhart ..,.......,,,. Van Buren
Iames Calloway ....,,.,..,,,. Benton
Phil Carter ........,..
Gayle Cates ....,...
Linda Caven .....
Pamela Chaney ..,.,.
Bill Chapman ......
Mary Dean Cody
Keith Cole ....,.,.........
Gealy E. Coleman ,....,.
Iudy Combs ...i..
Barbara Conrad .....
Larry Ken Cralton
Mary Ann Craig .......
Ioyce Crawford .,....
, .... Lead Hill
Key West, Florida
Donna Davis .,,.
lane! Davis ..,....
lean Ann Davis
Otto William Diederick ....
Sue Dixon .......
John Docey ..,.,,,
Dixie Eans .........
North Little Rock
Gordon Cupp ,,,,.
Ioyce Currie .....,.
Robbie Dace ,,,,..,
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
, .... Little Rock
Linda Dacus ...,.,, ,..,,,, W est Memphis
Paul Daulton ,,,,,,,
Dian Davis ..
Mary lane Eaton ,.,...,
Ioe Eddy ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,
Lynne Edmonson .,.....
Pat Edwards ,.,,,, ,, ,,
Terry R. Edwards ,,,,,, .....
Iulian Ethridqe ,,
Evelyn Evans .,,...
Linda Lou Evans ,,,, ..
Don Farish ,,,,,,....,
Ron Flack ,,,,,,
Iudy Eletcher ,,,........,
Madeline Kay Foster ....,
, Hever Springs
,, ,... Bee Branch
, Mountain View
Alice Fulton , ,
Ellen Funk ..
.. , .... Benton
, , North Little Rock
, Hot Springs
Dorothy Gaines ........,.....
William W. Galloway
Ioe Gentry ....,,..............
Nikki Georges .....,.
Gaylon Gibbs ..,...,,...
Sherry Kay Gilbert ..
Earl S. Glover .,......
Pat Glover ........,, .......
Norman Goodwin ..,,,
Mary Ann Grady .....
Susan Graham ,......
Eugene Graves ,.... .
Sue Graves .....,..
Frandie Greco ........
Owen H. Guess ,,,,,
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
Mary E. Gudnerman .. Morrilton
Billy Hall .....,,,,,........ Iacksonville
Iulian Hardy ,,.,,. ....,,.... B arton
Mike Hargis ...., .,.. L eslie
Arlene Harris ..,...
Terry Harris ..,..,.
Linda Harrison ,, ,,., .
Alice Hartman ,......,
Mike Hartwick ......
Phyllis Harwell ,.,.,
Bruno G. Haustein ..........
Ioe Hawkins ..,.,,...,. ..,....
Marilyn Hawkins ,,,,..
Gary Don Hetfinqton ,,,,.
Carrol E. Herndon .......
Carolyn Hester ......
I ane Hilton ...................,
George Wayne Hinkle
Larry Hodge ......,.,..,..r.
Iuanita Hoen .,,,,
Marilyn Hoque ,..,.,.
Virginia Holland .......
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
.. Mountain View
Benny Hollis ....,
Marjorie Holt .....,,.,.
lo Anne Howell ,,,,,l, ,,,,,,
Roberta Huchinqson ,.,..,
Louis Huett .,...,......
Lucy Huxe .....,,.i,.,,,
Ann Humphrey .....
Stephen I-'. Huss .,,..i,
Susan Illinq ...,,....
Barbara Ingram ..,.,.,
Carol Iackson .,..,.,.
Mary Lou I aclcson ....,
North Little Rock
Randall Iames .,....,..,., Little Rock
Tommy C. Iared
Johnny Ioe .....
. ........... Conway
Gary E. Iohnson
Candy Iones ...,,.. ......,A,.
George Iones ,,,,.
Iudy Iohnston ..,...
Mary Ann Iones ..,,.,,,
Sheryl Iones r.....
North Little Rock
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Sue Ioyner .,,...,........... Humphrey
Karlyn Kehoe ....,, ....,,. C onway
Bill Kenncrmer ,..,,, ,,,,,,. P aris
Eileen Keresey ...,,. .,.... B rookville, Ohio
Frankie Keathley ..........
Richard Morris Knox III
Albert lKooterl Konrad
Bobby Lacina ....,,,,,,,,,,
Iackie Lanham .,..,.
Iohnny T. Larkan .....
Karen Larson .,....,..
.. ......,.,..,..,.. Benton
Sandra Kay Lasiter .......... North Little Rock
Sherry Lowrance ,,,,,,,,,,,, North Little Rock
Ann Layrock ....,.. .,... S SCIICY
Linda Lea ....... , .... .A... C onway
Laura Beth Lester .............,...,...... Rose Bud
Jim Logan ....... .,..... B reckenridge, Texas
Richard Lucy ...................,. ,..,. L ittle Rock
Rickey McConnauqhhay ........ Griffithville
Peggy McGinty ...,,.,.,......, ...... C onway
Gordon Mclnlyre ..... Iczcksonville
Icrmes Mabry ...,... ,..... C onway
Sharon Maier ....., Stuttgart
Vickie Markin ..,. ..... P czragould
Iohn S. Marshall .....
Carol Martin .....
Iune May .................... .. Clinton
Iohnnie C. Mayall ,....., ,,,,, C linton
Sondra Iune Milldeton .,.,.. ,.... C onway
Carol Ann Miller ..,,,.A .... M anslield
Iecmne Miller .,,..,...
Ioe Moreno ...,,
Rita Snow Morris ......,
Floyd Morse ......,....
Diana Motes ,.,...,
Dorothy M. Moudy
Iudy Mullins .,.,....,,
. . . Conway
Peggy Munsey ....... ....... L ittle Rock
Grace Murphy ,......
Dixie Nation .....,....
Robert Lee Newton
.. ..,. Pine Bluff
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Marcia Nincehelser ....... ,...... F ort Smith
Donald Nixon, Ir. .... . Little Rock
Dianna Lynn Noble ,. Little Rock
Charles E. Norman..N. Little Rock
Ann Oliver ...... .,...... S tuttgart
Les Oliver .... ..... G reenwood
Ianet Parchman ..,,,.
Stanley Parish .......,,....,.
Mary Alice fSaml
Cloie Perry ....
Freddie Pike ,....,.
Lynn M. Polk ,,...
Diane Radcliff ,.,...,..
Nora Nell Rowls
Liz Redditt ....r.
Iris Reynolds ....
Opal Reynolds .,..
Martha Ieanette Roberson ., ,,,...... Iudsonia
Patsy Robertson ...,.........,..,.......,. Lzttle Rock
Linda Kay Robinson..Hot Springs
Roy L. Roe .,,...,.,,,,,,,......,.,,. Hoxxe
Linda Rowland.,North Little Rock
Linda Kay Russell .,,. Texarkana
Bruce L. Sage ....
Patricia Scott .,.,. ,,...... E ngland
Angela Sears ,,.,...,,,,,
Gerald Senn ..,..,...,,A,.
Pulletta Sitton ...,
Rick Shatter ,....
Ice Short ......,
Mary Nell Sikes ,,,,,.
Beverly Ann Smith
Carolyn Ann Smith
Danny Smith ,,,,,
Lindell Smith ,,,,.
North Little Rock
. ..,, Pine Bluff
Nancy M. Smith , , U ,A
Nancy Spaulding ,, .,,... Conway
Shirley Spencer ,,
Shirley Stewart ...,....
Susan St. Iohn ,,,,,. Stuttgart
Anita Standefer ......,,,.,. Conway
Larry D. Stanley ,,,,,,,.,..... Hazen
Larry Stroud .......
Gary Strain ,,...... .... C onway
Dianna Sunneri ...... ,... C onway
Leo C. Suttertield Ir. ......,..,.. Mountain View
Io Swaim ,.,...........,...,.,,v,. ..,.,...... E ngland
Evelyn Ianelle Swilling
Ie ssica Tharp .......,.,,
Deloris Thomas ,.... .......
Suzie Todd ......
Eddy Tole ..,.,,, ..... P angburn
Iudith Maria Trahan ,,.., ..., S tuttgart
Iris Tucker ....,..,.,,,,,. .... B enton
Kay W. Tull ..,,,.. ..... S cott
ty Kai Turner.,N.
Brenda Turner ,,........,,,,,, Conway
Dennis Turner .....,,,.. Tuckermcm
Iohn F. Turner ......,. Bentonville
Sarai Twyman ..,... ....... I acksonville
Nancy Varvil ............ ,..... Q uitman
William Bud Wade ..... ...... L ittle Rock
Anita Ward , ...,.......... ...... L ittle Rock
Carol Ann Watson ,.... .,.. B igelow
Delores Watts ....... ...... M arshall
Mike Weed .........,.. , .,,,. Little Rock
Connie Wenger ......, .... F ayetteville
Richard Wilkerson ...... ,,..... H ensley
Margaret Wilson ,..,. .,.... G reenbrier
Paula Wilson ,.,, ....... H untsville
Carol Wood ,,.., ....... G ravette
Larry E. Woods ,... .,,,.. B entonville
Barbara Works ..... ...., P ine Bluff
Roy Wray ,,..... ....,. H ope
Gary Wrighl ,,,v,,,A,,,,,, Bald Knob A
Sue Ann Wright ......., Hot Springs .
Ronald M. Wylie .,.,,. Little Rock
Wayne York .... North Little Rock
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Rommy Lynn Acton
Pat Adams ..,.....,...,...
Dan M. Akers ,.,,,,.
Bobby Allison ,.,....
Rodney Allison ,,,.,,.
Tommy Anderson .
Alice Io Andrews .
Diane Andrews ...v....,.
Robert R. Andrews
Karen Archer ,..,,,...
Cindy Aslin ,...,. ,...
Travis Atterberry ..
Diane Avance ..,.,,,
Lura lane Avey ,...., .
Ieannie Bachus ...,.
Mrs. Ann Bailey ,,
Cecil Bailey .......
Iimmy Bailey ....,r..
Thomas D. Bailey .......
Ierry Baker .....,,..,.
Key Clinton Baker
Patty Baker .......,..,... .
Becky Ball ...... .
Cora Barnes ...,..
North Little Rock
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Phil Blake ..,..,
Genes Bland ...,,,,.,...,....,
Waymon W. Boast
Linda Bohannan ,...
Sandra Bolding ....
Iudy Bolls .,,,.....
Louise Bone ...,r,
Pat Bone ..,..
.. . Berryville
Mary Ann Borengasser ,. N. Little Rock
Layton Bostic .,..,,,,,.,.,..,. ....,,,, K ensette
Bill Bounds .,,.,.,. .,.,,,, L ittle Rock
Brenda Bowling ....... .,....,. M orrilton
Robert Beard .,,,,. l,.,,,, C lurendqm
Gloria Io Beith ...... ......,.,.. E laine
Linda Bennett ...,. ,,..........,... L ittle Rock
Ernest H. Berry ..,....... North Little Rock
Clyde R. Bethell ...,,,,,,,,.,.,....,..., Des Arc
Greg Birdsong ............ North Little Rock
Dorish Doreen Bishop..North Little Rock
Ierry Bishop ..,.,...,.............,,,,,,.. Conway
Kay Kay Black ...... ....... C onway
Iudy Ian Bradford
Sandra Bradley ...,.
Iudy Breeding ,,.,..
Richard Brennes .,
Sue Brents ...,......,,
Iayne Briggers .,.,
, .. Iacksonville
North Little Rock
Brenda Broom ......
Marilyn Brown .....,.. ...... B enton
Ruth Brown ..... ,.,, V ilonia
Robert Bryant ......,,................,... Conway
Doris Elizabeth Buckingham Hot Springs
Terry Bune .,..,.,..,
Bill Burgess ......
Michael Butler ,.,.
Suzi Cameron ........
I uanice Carelock
Sara Carpenter ....,..
Claudia Carroll ..
. ,.,..... . ....... Scott
North Little Rock
Suzanne Carter ...,
Herschel Cast ,....
lim Cathcart ,....,.,
Carolyn Cerrato ,..,...,
Larry E. Chapman
La Vonna Charton
Cheryl Chastain ........
Linda Chilton ......
Ray Churchman, Ir
Danny Clanton ,....,
Barbara Cline , ,..,.
Susie Coggins ......
Helen Coker ...... .,.,...
Brenda Cole .,....
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
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North Little Rock
North Little Rock
Ieanne Cole ...........,.,.,.. North Little Rock
Norma Iean Cole ...... North Little Rock
Marguerite Coleman ........ N. Little Rock
Sharon Colquitt ...... ,...,,.. C onway
Linda Conley .....,. .......... ,........ H a vana
Karen Conrad ..,,........ North Little Rock
Karen Cook ...... ........ H ot Springs
lefty COOP!!! ..,,. ...... I acksonville
Patsy Dalby .,.,.....
Susan Dalrymple .
Madelyn Dalziel ..,,,,, ,,,,,,
Glenn E. Davidson
Brenda Davis ...,..... ,.
Carolyn Davis ,,.,,
Iohnny Davis ,,,,.
Curtis Dawson ....,..
Carol Debose ,....A,,,
Charles Derboard, Ir. ,,,,,, ,,
Sharon Dersch ,,,,.,, ,,
Charlotte DeSalvo ,,,, ,,,,,,.
Dianne Devoe ,,.,,,,,r,,, North Little Rock
Charlotte Dickerson ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,, Benton
Eddie Dittie .,.,.....
Iulia Dodson .,..,,,.
Iimmy Dorsey ,,.,..
Ion Doshier ....,..
Carl H. Douttut ....,
Richard D. Earles
Shirley Eddinqs .,,,.
Tommy Eley ..,..,.
Becky Elliott ..,,,,
Ianis Elliott ...,
Michael Ellis ,,,,,
North Little Rock
- .....,,...........,.. Alpena
Ian D. Emberton ....,.., North Little Rock
Brenda England ,,,,,,
Ladonna Eotl ,,.,.
Phil Esch .,,,..
Glenn Eskola ,,,,,,
Allen Evdy ..,,,.,,,,.
North Little Rock
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BCl1'bCI!Ct lean Exell ,,,r,,A ,.,,A, P efryville
Carol Fagan , .,.,... ,
Helen Faith ,,,,,,,
Dianne Farish .......
Charles Faulk ..,.,.......
Iohnny Faulk ......
lack Fielding ...... ...f
Susan Fischer .......
Ruth Flake ................,
Carole Ann Foreman
Carole lane Foster ..
Vicki Foster .................
Barbara Fuller .,...,....,..
Charlene Garrett .,..,...
Charlotte Garrett ..,,
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
..... Pine Bluff
North Little Rock
Norme Garrett ....... ..,..,..,,.,., L ittle Rock
Richard Garrett ....,....... Harmony Grove
Phyllis Gasaway .,....
Cheryl Gill ............
Sherry Gilliland .,....
lean Glenn .,,,,.,,,
Patty Glenn .r,,,,,,,,
Iimmy A. Glover ,,,,...
Betty Gorder .....r.,,
Linda Gosha ..,.,
North Little Rock
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Dennis Graves .......... Clarendon
Larry Gray ,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, Pine Bluff
Lewis W. Gresham ...... Conway
Keron Griffin .............. Little Rock
Patsy Griiiith ....... ...... P ine Bluff
Mike Grimes ..,.... ........ C onwoy
Lou Groom ..........,... Hot Springs
Iohn Haag ...... North Little Rock
Mr. H. B. Hardy officicrtes at the freshman friendship Wedding.
Mary Hcxlk ......,,,..... ...,..,
Lottie Harbour ,. .,
Ioe Ray Harqis ...,,
Pat Harrison . ,,,. .A
Ioyce Harvey .....
.. Hot Springs
Robin Har: Yr.,,,r ,,,,. D ardanelle
Paula Hayes ,,,,,,,, ...,. L ittle Rock
lane Hawks .....,... .................... C onwcy
Audie C. Hawkin .,.... North Little Rock
Martha Ann Hawkins
Phyllis Haynes ............. .
Karen Heath ,......
Sandi Heflington ....
Vance Hemphill ........,w.w..
I-Id Henderson ,, ,,,.,.
lim Hendrickson .,......
Iudy Hensley .,....
Kenneth Herr .,.....
Brenda Herron ..,,.,,.
Esta Lee Heuer ..,.
Rutha Io Hicks ,...,.
Cindy Higgins ..,. ..
Bobby Hilliard ......,.,...
Brenda Hilliard .......,
Iohnny Hobbs ....
Sandy Hobbs ...,..
Rod Hoeott ..,.,,.
Tommy Hodges ....,..,
Helen Hodoway ........
Linda Hogan .......
Iudy Holden ,.,,i,.
Linda Sue Holliman
Iohnny Holt ..............,
Shirley Hooks ..,.....
Carolyn Houston ..,....
Carol Howell r.....
Cinny Hoyle ,...
Delores Hudson .,.....
Iudith Ann Huiiman ...,
Billy Hughes ........
Sharon Ann Huie ....,
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
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North Little Rock
. Walnut Ridge
Leslle Hulce ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, G rqvette
Elizabeth Anne Hunt
Sandra Hurst .....
Iimmie Hurt .........
Donna Hutchison ....,
Iohnny Hale Iames
William R. Iames .....,
Samuel Ienninqs ..,.,,
Bobby lines ,...,..,,
Butch Iohns .....,. .,.,,...
Carol Iohnson .,,..
Donna Iohnson .......
Kristen Iohnson .........
Marcia Lynn Iohnson
Rodney Iones ..,..,
Ronnie Jones ,......,
Georgann Katka ......
De Valls Bluff
.. Hot Springs
Cletus Ann Keathley . ..,.. Mount Vernon
Iames Wayne Keathley ........,. Conway
Diane Deene .,.,,.,.,.,
Susan Keith ......
. Little Rock
. Little Rock
Dennis Kellar ....,.
Anne Kennedy ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,
Larry Dell Kennedy
Larry lean Kenneth
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Kathryn King ...,.,
Kaye K. King ....
Mary Ellen King
Sydnie Kinsey ....
Shirley Kay Knight .....
Dallas Latleur .......
Sherrie Langley ..,..
Hardy Lane .....
Iames F. Lane .........
Casondra Lanl-:ford ,.,. North Little Rock
Harlan W. Ledqerwood .. N. Little Rock
Ian Lee ,...... ...................
Mike Lewis ..,...,,.
Awana Lightfoot .,...
. Memphis, Tenn.
I-'lo Lindsay ....... ,,,,,, N ewport
Walter Lindsay ,.., ,,,,,,, C onwqy
Nancy Lindsey ...... ................. S heridan
Diane Linn .,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,
North Little Rock
lames Reliord Little .... North Little Rock
Barbara Loh , ..,,t,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,, M ornlton
Darryl Lorenz .....
Linda Fay Love
Sherry Lovett ..,.,,
Danny Lynch ..
Ieanette McBurnett .....,,,..,....... Redfield
Robert McBride .......,,, North Little Rock
Brenda McClure .,,,...........,....,. Batesville
North Little Rock
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Hope McCutchen .........,,, West Memphis
Barbara McKinney .,., ...,.,,,,. C onway
Diana McKinney .,..,. ........ B igelow
George McKnight ..... ..,..,. L ittle Rock
Iames Reliord Little .. North Little Rock
Robert Chris McNutt ..,.....,....,.,.. Conway
Mary L. McSpadden ....,......,.... Bradford
Sandra Mabry ,........... North Little Rock
Suzie Mabry ,..,..
Lewis Machen .,,,.,.
Valine Iris Mack .....
Mary Alice Manning
Iudy Marks ..,,,, El Dorado
Phyllis Martin ,....,. ....... V ilonia
Toni Lynn Marple ...... .,.,,.,, A tkins
Tom Marshall .....
Linda Gail Martin .........,....
Roger Massey ......A,
Phyllis Mathews ...,.
Gilbert Ioe Meneley
Ioseph Robert Mentqen ..,.....
., ......,... Landis
.. ....,. Little Rock
Linda Meredith .......,,...........,. Vanndale
Annette Merritt .....,,... North Little Rock
Patti Meyer .......
Deward Miller ,,..
Iimmy Mobbs ......
Harlon Mobley ....,.,
Linda Moore ..........
Linda Sue Moore ......
Berta Morris .........
Veronica Lynn Mross ..
Sarnia Sue Murphy
Kaye Myers ......,,......,. North Little Rock
Mary Fran Nahlen
Marian Naylor ,....
Iudy Nebling ....t
Mike Neighbors ...,,.
Diane Newkirk ,.,.... ..... H ot Springs
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Linda Nichols ............. .... D umas
Mavis Jeanne Nichols
Carolyn Noe ...., ,..,. C onway
Ioy Lynn Odom .......,... Cabot
leanne Yvonne Olson
Tommy O'Neal ........ Hot Springs
Iim Orsini .,,.,. North Little Rock
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Angela Peak ...,...
Iames W. Peavey
Gregory Peck ......
Erla Mae Perry
Diane Petersen ....
Susan Peterson ..,,
Ioyce Sams Pettey
lane Ann Pierce .......
, Hickory Ridge
North Little Rock
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Donald Owen .....,....., North Little Rock
Ellen Owen . ,.............,..............,. Conway
Elizabeth V. Owens ..,...,.,... Texarkana
Sharon Pace ..,..,,,.,..,..
Richard Paladino .,...,
Edwina Palmer .......,.. North Little Rock
Iamie Kay Pcxnnell .........,,,.. Grifiithville
David Parker .......
Floyd Parnell ....,..
Bruce Parsons .....
Frances Parsons , ,.,...,.,....... .
Mary Margaret Parter ......
Iulia Patterson ..,.
Patsy Paudert .,..
Nancy Paul .,.,,.....,,.....
Donna Adele Payne ..
.. Bald Knob
...,. Little Rock
Iohnny Plummer .,.,....
North Little Rock
Lany D. Potter .,.........,...........,.. McCrozy
Iames Powell ,.......,,.,..
I. Donald Presley
Iimmy Price ..,,
Ianet Priest ,..,..
Peggy Prayon . .,.......... .
Bettye Qualls ,.....
North Little Rock
North Little Rock
Aubrey Allen Rainbolt, Ir. ...... Conway
Mary Rainwater . .,.,,.......... Iacksonville
lim Rattiff l.,.,
Serena L. Red ..,,...
Ann Reed .........
Valerie Reed .........,.... North Little Rock
Cathy Reed ..... ....... N orth Little Rock
Kathleen Ann Reed ....... ....... C oncord
Mildred Reed .........,. ..... P anglrun
Bonnie Retdhar ..,,,, .,.,,.. D es Arc
Dick Richardson ,...... ....... C orning
Iohn D. Richards ...... North Little Rock
Carolyn Riedmatten .................. Conway
Rhellnda Cheryl Roberts ,...,.., .. Lonoke
Suzanne Rodgers .,.,...,.... ..... S tar City
Cecil Sanders ....,.
Lorene Saulsbury .,......
Dwight Saunders ,...,.
lerry I.. Saunders ,.....
Mary Margaret Schisler
Paul Scott ..,,,...,,.......,,..,.,
lerry Seale ...,,.
Sandee Seanus .....
Shelia Shannon .......... North Little Rock
Mike Sharrock ...,. ,,.....,...... C onway
Annette Shaw ....... ,,,.,,, V ilonia
Bill Shaw A,,..... ,,,,, C onway
Dorothy Sheffield .,.... Lockport. Illinois
Harold Shepherd ......,.,,,.,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,, Hollis
John M. Shipman. lr. .... West Memphis
Billy Shipp .......Y........ ...,.,.,...... C linton
Hollis Rogers ....
Martha Rolan ,...,,
Roger Ross ,,A....,....
Anna lane Ruff .....,
Carolyn Rutledge ...,..,.., Mountain View
George W. Russell
Harold Sadler ........
North Little Rock
Billy Short .,............
Robert Short .......
Douglas Slkes ............
Suzanne Simmons .
Kay Simon .........
Ierry Sims ....,. .
Judy Sims ....... .,..... P ine Bluff
Anne Slsyrmes .....,.
I. O. Slone ...... .
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Beverly Smart ......,..... El Dorado
Barbara Smith ......
Barbara Ann Smith
Brenda Ray Smith ....
Donna Smith ............ Hot Springs
Gary Michael Smith .,.. Conway
lean Smith ....,............. Pine Bluff
Ierry Lee Smith ..,.,.,... Pine Bluff
Ierry Lynn Smith Hickory Plains
Susan Smithers ,............,.. Benton
Katherine Southerland .. Conway
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Claude B. Thompson. lr. .. Pocahontas
Virginia Sowell .........,. ,..,.
Martha Ruth Stamps
Connie Standlee ......
Kay Stanton .,....
Becky Starnes ...,.
Pat Sterling .....
Bob Steel ...,........
Sarah Stobaugh ...,,
Tamara Stobauqh ..
Iudy Stokes ...,,,,,.,
Donna Stout ..,,......
Claudia Stovesand .
Iamie Sulina ........,
H. Wilson Surber ....
Lu Ann Swan ...,,..
Gary Tackett .,...
Donald Thompson ..... .
Lynn Thompson ....... .....
Bobby D. Thurma .,,.,,..
Tom Trabert ,,,,,,.,.
Linda Tratfanstedt ................ Little Rock
Shirley Trotter ...,..,..,,,,,,. Mountain View
Merilyn Kay Troutman .....,...... Conway
Beverly Tucker .,,,,,,..... ,.,. V ilonia
Sharon Turley ..,.. ............,,,.A,,.,.. C abol
Sandy Day Turner ...,.. North Little Rock
Brenda Sue Truney
Sharon Kaye Tyler
Beth Ulmer ,,,,,,..
Iames Vann .....
Danny Verser ......
Sylvie Wable ...,.,.
Anne Van Wagner .,,., .,,,,,. L ittle Rock
Sharon Wallace ,,,,,,, ...... L ittle Rock
Pat Walls .....,......
Sue Walker .,....,
Lavon Ward ., ,, .,
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Eleanor Ruth Warren ,, ,,,,,,,,, Morrilton
Richard Warrington .,..,. West Memphis
Lynda Watkins ......,,...,
Io Ann Watson ........ Greenbrier
Becky Wavrin ...,...... Little Rock
Carolyn Webb ..... ,....... C abot
Gary L. Webb .,.,,,.,,... Pine Bluff
Sue Webb ,......... ...,.... C onway
Karen Weems .... ....... D ierks
Elaine Welch ............ E1 Dorado
Peggy Welch ............ Little Rock
Sylvia Whillock .,... ...... C linton
Donna Whitaker ..,.,..,,...,. Warren
Sandra Whitaker ........,... Warren
James White .................... Conway
Robbie Kay White
George K. Wilcox
Dennis Wil! ........ Pleasant Plains
Nancy Wilkes ..v..,.. Little Rock
Connie Williams ................ Paris
Barbara D. Williams Little Rock
Steven L. Williams .... Clarksville
Thomas E. Williams ........ Joiner
Hank Willbanks ...... Plumerville
Vivian Williamson .. Holly Grove
Scotty Willis .... North Little Rock
George Wilson .............. Conway
Iane Wilson ............ Hot Springs
Susan Lane Wilson ...... Camden
William Wilson ............ England
Yvonne Wilson ..........,.
Keith Wimberly ............ Conway
Ruth Ann Wise ....
Wolford Wayne ....
Gigi Wolfe ..............,.
N. Little Rock
N. Little Rock
Melva Woodworth ............ Alpena
Sandra Woodward ............ Enola
Sharon Woodard ........
Cragq Wilson .....
lim Wright .....
Ralph Wyers ...... ...., O zark
Ronnie Yarbough Conway
Ioyce Young ....... ....... S tuttgart
Iudy L. Young ...., ........ D ewitt
Patty Young ....... ...... O malta
Tommie Yount ............ Pansburn
North Little Rock
Iames Zimmerman ......,. Conway
Second Semester Students
Larry W. Crabtree ........ Heber Springs
Danny L. Crain ....... ,,...,. S earcy
Iohnny Garner ...... .,.......... B eebe
Elizabeth Gass ...... ..,..... B ooneville
Don Hopkins ........ ..,..,. I udsonicr
Ierry L. Iames ....,. ...... Y ellville
Eddie I0l'lnS0n ....... ,,,,,4 C onwqy
Mimi Albright ............ ........ L ittle Rock
Charles Henry Beel ...,. .,,.. B atesville
Charles L. Bradford .,.,.... Heber Springs
Ierrel Boas! .......,,...... , ,...... Pine Bluff
Delton E. Neeley
Tommy Pace ........
Robert Shipley .......
Iohn Smith .....,A,
Scott Stark ,.,,,
Earl Steqall .......
Trude Switzer . ..,...... Little Rock
Mac Troy ...... ,...... H eber Springs
Elizabeth Io Tucker ....... .,,.. N ewport
Kenneth A. Wolie .... ..... L ittle Rock
Keith Cole ..........
Burnetta M. Conner
Sandy Crabtree ......
Robert Day .......,.
Kathleen Griffith .......
Winired G. Armstrong ..,..... Little Rock
Murray Blake ..... . .. Osceola
Bill Dunaway ..... ...... C onway
Linda Fuller ..... ...... H attieville
Diane Hart ,.,..... ., ,..... Paragould
lane Hoeltzeman ........ ...... M orrilton
Wendall Nier ....,. ......... S earcy
Robert Peterson ..... ,,... L ittle Rock
Fletcher Riiley ....... ....... W heatley
Harold Sayqer ........ ....... B iscoe
Danny Steele ..... ..... L ittle Rock
Billy Hqll ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,., I acksonville
Haven Horniebrook ............ Little Rock
Stephen F. Huss ............ Pine Bluff
David Lee .,vA,,,,, ,,,A N orth Little Rock
Ierry Marple ,..,..
loe Moreno ..,....
Sheila Prince .,.....
Rachel Prince .,....
Roy L. Roe ...,..,,
Cherye Scott ......
Leon Smith .......
Bill Sutton ......
Dorothy Teal .,..,
Iohn Voss ......,...
Diane Wallace ........
Roy Dray .......,...
. .,.... Hoxie
Doug Ask .......
Iames Bailey ,.,..
Phyllis Cox ...........
Horace E. Derrick ..
Ralph Dollar ..,,..,.
Iames Grisham .,...,,
Ioe Hackney ....,,....
Chuck Kelley , ..,..,... .
Marriana Lloyd .,...
Berma Martin ......
Rod McWilliams ....,..
North Little Rock
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Harley Melton ...,.......... .,...,...... O zark
Chloe Ann Munnerlyn ......,....... Lonoke
George Pattillo ................ Watson Chapel
Martha Phipps .... England
Ianette Priest .... Little Rock
Romona Priest .... Conway
North Little Rock
Eugene Smith .... Conway
In this section of the Scroll we have attempted to
tell the story of the Mighty Bears in the field of sports.
Here we see recorded the honors brought to the ASTC
campus through the athletic skills of the students.
Sports are an important part of college life at ASTC
for they help promote a feeling of loyalty and pride
among our students. Sports also promote the physical
well-being of the athlete through the exercise necessary
to attain skills in sports.
ASTC has an excellent athletic department under
the guidance of Dr. left Farris. Under the direction of
Coaches Koon, Bright, Horton, and Lowry, the Mighty
Bears have brought glory and honor to their school
through the four major sports, football, basketball,
track, and baseball.
New varsity sports are being added to the athletic
program. Last year tennis, swimming, and golf were
added. More students, including girls, have entered
the program this year. The girls' swimming team, Betty
Quals, Donna Whittaker, Robbie Kay White, and San-
dra Whittaker are seen resting at pool side before
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After 29 years in the coaching profession, Frank
Koon, head football coach at ASTC, climaxed his coach-
ing career with a 6-0 win over his alma mater, Hender-
son State Teachers College. He will be succeeded by
Backfield coach Raymond Bright.
Koon played football four years at Henderson and
was selected to the All-Conference team as a center.
Before coming to ASTC he coached at Sheridan, his
hometown, and the College of the Ozarks.
Koon has been a coach in the AIC for eighteen
years and is dean of Arkansas Intercollegiate Confer-
ence football coaches. He was once named Arkansas'
College Coach of the year while at Ozarks and was
runnerup for the honor three times.
In 1958 Koon changed from a single wing formation
to a winged-T at the suggestion of Coach Bright, who
came to ASTC from Conway High School as a recruiter
and backfield coach.
Bright graduated from ASTC where he lettered three
years in football as a halfback. He has been affiliated
with only one losing team during his 16 years of coaching.
Rex Lovell, head coach at Conway High School, will
join the staff as a new assistant coach.
The other football coach is Fletcher Lowry, who is
both line coach and baseball coach. After graduation
from the College of the Ozarks, Lowry coached at Sheri-
dan and at Ozarks before coming to ASTC with Koon.
KOON RET IRES AS FOOTBALL COA CH, BRIGHT REPLACES
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BEARS WIN FI VE, DROP FOUR
In football the Arkansas State Teachers College
Bears ran into academic and disciplinary problems
and had their worst season in seven years although
they ended with a winning 5-4 record. Finishing 4-3 in
the AIC, the Bears placed three men on the 1964 All-
AIC football team which was selected by the league
coaches. Henderson led all teams with eight players,
and Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference champion,
Arkansas Tech, had seven players.
Ioe Fred Young, a senior from Conway, was se-
lected to the team for the third straight year as center.
The Bears also placed Ierry Ioe Harrison, junior line-
backer from Little Rock who made the team last year,
and Ierry Campbell, junior cornerbacker from North
Five A.S.T.C. players received honorable men-
tion, including tackle Iim Wilburn, who made All-AIC
last year. The others are fullback Robert Stone, tackles
Mike Wheeler and Ross Honea, and end Ioe Huie.
Ioe Fred Young
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DELTA STATE 27--ASTC 2
The superiority in size, ability, and experience of the Delta State College
Statesmen downed the Bears 27-2 in their opening game of the season. This
was the Bears worst loss since l955.
For a period the Bears' defense matched the Statesmen's, but by the
early moments of the second quarter the Mississippian's superior manpower
started telling. The Statesmen held a 7-0 lead at the half, added another
six-pointer in the third quarter and broke the game open with two touch-
downs in the final period.
ASTC's only offensive threat of the game came when the Bears took
the opening kickoff and pushed inside Delta's 20 and lost the ball on a
fumble. Late in the third quarter a Delta punter dropped the ball in the end
zone and was swarmed by three ASTC men giving the Bears their first and
final score of the game. It was only the third time since 1958 that the Bears
didn't score a touchdown.
ASTC 7--MARTIN BRANCH 0
The Bears downed Martin Branch, University of Tennessee, in its home
season opener despite a plague of penalties in the first half.
During the first quarter neither the Bears nor the Volunteers could get
a drive started with fumbles and penalties hampering both offenses. The
Bears were held to 32 yards total offense the first half with Martin Branch
getting 61 yards. The only score of the game came in the third quarter when
a Martin halfback fumbled a punt and the Bears recovered. On the next
play Richard Guthrie caught the winning 20 yard touchdown pass thrown by
quarterback Iohnny Beard. Ronnie Roach's placement made it 7-0.
Teacher's defense was highlighted by interceptions, two by Nick Wil-
liams and one by Roger Burton, and outstanding punting by freshman Buzz
Bolding who had one for 64 yards.
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ASTC 27--OUA CHITA 19
The Bears combined their first offensive and defensive effort of the
season to defeat Ouachita in their first conference game of the season. They
gained 429 yards with 15 first downs as compared with 216 yards and six
first downs for Ouachita.
The game was sparked by the spectacular run of James Turner, who
returned a third quarter kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown behind superb
blocking. Turner also scored late in the first quarter. Ouachita scored twice
in the third quarter, once after recovering a high snap on a punt. Phil Carter
made the final Bear touchdown on a 19-yard romp in the fourth quarter,
and Ouachita ended the scoring with 3:05 left in the game. Three out of
four of Ronnie Roach's placements were good, while Ouachita scored one
out of three.
ASTC 27--OZARKS 8
The Bears blitzed to a touchdown in three plays, generously gave it
back to the College of the Ozarks, and then smothered the Mountaineers
for their second conference win.
With 1:18 gone on the clock, Robert Stone scored from the 18 and
Ronnie Roach's conversion made the score 7-0 in favor of ASTC. Ozarks
then scored their only touchdown of the game when a high snap was re-
covered on the Teacher's one yard line. After Roach made a spectacular
65 yard punt return for the second score, he failed to convert for the extra
point. The third score was provided by lim Turner on a short sweep play
in the second quarter, and again Roach kicked for the extra point. In the
third quarter Iohnny Beard scored from inches out, and Roach kicked the
PAT. After Teachers took over the ball on their own one yard line, Turner
got caught in the end zone, and the score was 27-8.
Despite the onesidedness of the outcome and ASTC's advantage of
man-power, it was a hard hitting match. The Mountaineers primarily re-
sorted toa passing game, passing about 70 per cent of the time behind Phil
Collins, who entrusted the offense almost exclusively to himself.
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ASTC 14--HARDING 0
The ASTC Bears offense played only as good as it had to to achieve an
unimpressive victory over the Harding College Bisons. While the Bears rolled
up 340 yards total offense and held the Bisons to only 83 yards, they scored
The first touchdown was set up by Robert Stone who rushed 45 yards
up the middle to the Bison 15-yard line. Iohnny Beard then passed to Bill
Hardin for the touchdown. Ronnie Roach's PAT was successful. In the third
quarter lim Turner swept around right end and legged it 30 yards behind
excellent blocking for the second and final score of the game.
The Bears missed several chances to score in the first half because of
untimely penalties and fumbles.
TECH 14--AS TC 7
The Tech-State Teachers game has produced four title-holders the past
five years and this year was no exception with the Wonder Boys winning
On one of their best drives of the year Teachers moved S0 yards in 13
plays. Stone and Turner ripped off gains in chunks of five to seven yards
with help from wingback Phil Carter. The ground game got the Bears to
the Tech 18 where Beard passed to Carter who ran from the five into the
end zone for Teachers' only score. Roach's placement kick made the score
Trailing 7-0 before they ever had the ball, the Wonder Boys threw
against the Bears and two successful connections moved them to the ASTC
9-yard line as the first half ended. However, passes did not figure in any
of the Tech points.
Freshman Ierry Lawrence took the second-half kickoff 85 yards into
the ASTC end zone. A few minutes later the Wonder Boys recovered a fumble
on the Bears' 13 and went in for the winning touchdown.
The Bears made one big push after they got behind but were stopped
by a pass interception at the Tech 12-yard line. "The kickoff return did it,"
ASTC's Frank Koon said, "That put a fire under them, and we failed to do
anything with the only real chance we had after that."
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Robert Stone was one of the leading ground gainers for the Bears.
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Randy Dixon Gary Overstreet
SOUTHERN STATE 9--ASTC 7
A first quarter safety made the difference as the Southern State mule-
riders dealt the ASTC Bears a 9-7 setback and formally eliminated them
from the running for the AIC title. Buzz Bolding stepped out of the end zone
while punting from the two-yard line to give the Muleriders their two point
Although both teams threatened in the first quarter, neither could score.
In the third quarter Allen Ianske thundered 44 yards to Southern State's 20.
After Iim Turner powered to the 10, Iohnny Beard passed to Robert Stone
for the touchdown. Ronnie Roach converted for a 7-2 ASTC lead. The lead
lasted only a few moments as Southern State quarterback Iohnny Tune
passed to Iim Leonard who ran 59 yards for a touchdown.
The Bears started a drive late in the game, but Southern State inter-
cepted a pass at the 17 to snuff out the threat. Although the Bears dominated
the game statistically, they couldn't convert their efforts into more than one
AQQM 15--ASTC 13
AGM fullback Ronnie Higgins missed two extra points and then re-
deemed himself with a fourth quarter field goal that gave the Boll Weevils
a 15-13 win over the Bears.
Teachers scored early in the game after Iim Scroggins ran a punt from
ASTC's 42 to the Weevil's 36. Robert Stone, Iim Turner, and Iohnny Beard
moved the ball to the one, and Beard got over for the touchdown. A high snap
foiled Ronnie Roach's PAT attempt. In the second quarter a pass from Beard
to Bill Hardin took the Bears to A6fM's 34. Beard picked his way to the three
and scored three plays later. Roach made the conversion and gave the
Bears a 13-0 lead.
Moments later Tommy Lawrence intercepted off Beard and paved the
way for the first Weevil touchdown with a 53-yard run. The second AGM
touchdown came in the third quarter as a result of a 76-yard drive, but the
conversion attempt was wide and the Bears still led.
In the last quarter with the Weevils deep in Bear territory, Teachers
held three straight times, but Higgins kicked a 39-yard field goal giving the
Weevils a victory of two points.
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AS TC 6--HENDERSON 0
The Bears defense rose to the occasion and saved
them a 6-0 victory over the Henderson Beddies. This
broke a three game losing streak and ended the sea-
son with 5 Wins and 4 losses for Teachers.
Both teams threatened once in an otherwise dead
first half. The Bears returned in the first of the third
quarter to turn a Reddie fumble into a 6-0 lead. Teach-
er's defense then saved the game by stopping the
Heddies, once on the five and, in the last minute of
the game, on the 12.
After swapping fumbles, Kenny Puckett inter-
cepted a Heddie pass, and the Bears set out to kill the
clock with about 3:30 left. When Henderson inter-
cepted a pass 79 yards from the goal, Teachers didn't
seem to be in trouble. Then a combination of passes
and long runs got the Heddies down to the Bear's two.
Here the Bears held again as Roger Burton knocked
down three passes to stop the Beddies' final bid. The
game ended with the Bears running out the clock.
Larry Spencer Robert Stone Tommy Tilley
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ASTC 2 Delta State ..... ....
ASTC 7 Martin Branch
ASTC 27 Ouachita ..... ,. . . . . .
ASTC 27 Ozarks ....
ASTC 14 Harding ...... . .
ASTC 7 Tech ........... . . .
ASTC 7 Southern State
ASTC 13 AGM ......... ....
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Back Back End
Coach Cliff Horton is a native of Marshall, Arkansas,
where he played three years of high school basketball. At
the University of Arkansas he earned three varsity letters
Coach Horton began his coaching career at St. Ioe,
Arkansas, high school where he had an amazing 78 Won,
7 loss record in two years. From St. Ioe he moved to Waldo,
Arkansas, high school. While there his team won 65 and
lost 25 games in three years. One of his teams advanced
to state tournament. From Waldo Coach Horton went to
Crossett High School. During his three years there his teams
won 57 and lost 25. He was a member of the Arkansas High
All-Star Coaching Staff his last year at Crossett. In 1957
he moved to Pine Bluff and his team compiled a record of
18 wins and 7 losses. In 1958 Coach Horton became basket-
ball coach at The Arkansas State Teachers College, and
in his freshman year in college coaching the ASTC Bears
not only won the AIC championship, but won the district
NAIA tournament, and represented the district in the na-
tional tournament at Kansas City were they won one game.
In 1961 his team was winner of the 17th district NAIA play-
offs and represented the district in the national NAIA tourn-
ament in Kansas City.
Bears Finish First in AIC
Larry Tabor goes up for a two-pointer against Hendrix
The ASTC Bears won their first AIC Champion-
ship since 1959 by dropping the Arkansas College
Scots 46-42. The conference record was 15-3, and
the seasonal record was 18-4.
Although in preseason polls the Bears were
picked to finish no better than fourth or fifth place.
they continually turned out excellent performances.
The Bears entered two Invitational tournaments. In
the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference Holiday
basketball tournament the Bears finished fourth
behind Hendrix College, Georgetown College of
Kentucky, and Ouachita College. At the AIC tourna-
ment the Bears were defeated by Iohn Brown Uni-
versity in the semifinals. Being AIC Champions, the
Bears had to face Ouachita, the AIC tournament
winner in a one game playoff for the right to rep-
resent District 17 in the NAIA tournament at Kansas
City. The Bears lost 65-63.
ASTC played three non-conference games
against Evangel College, East Texas Baptist College,
and Letourneau College before they began confer-
ence play at Conway defeating Arkansas Tech.
The Bears lost only three conference games,
two to Ouachita College and one to Hendrix.
Tom Davis shoots over AGM guards.
ASTC 87-EVANGEL COLLEGE 82
The ASTC Bears caught up with Evangel College of Spring-
field, Missouri, in the final minutes and then forged an 87-82
victory in overtime in their season opener. The score was 76-all
at the end of regulation play. George lones and Larry Tabor
each scored a field goal and two free throws in the extra period.
Tabor led ASTC with 24 points.
ASTC 69-EAST TEXAS BAPTIST COLLEGE 65
The ASTC Bears overcame a 40-37 halftime lead by East
Texas Baptist College and dropped the Eagles 69-65. The Bears
grabbed the lead early in the second half and held it the rest
on the way. The Eagles cut it to 67-65 with two minutes left, but
ASTC's Larry Tabor dropped in two free throws with the Bears
stalling to make the final score 69-65. Torn Davis dropped in 26
points to lead all scorers.
ASTC 67-LeTOURNEAU 78
The LeTourneau Yellow-Iackets broke away from a 30-30
halftime deadlock to defeat the ASTC Bears 78-67. The Yellow-
Iackets led most of the second half. Don Gordon and Wayne
Diamond, both 6-6, led the Yellow-lackets with 28 and 17 points
respectively. Davis led the Bears with 24 points. It was ASTC's
first loss of the season.
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The ASTC Bears followed an old pattern of pulling them
out in the final minutes to beat old foe Arkansas Tech 78-69 in
the AIC opener for both schools. Larry Tabor emerged from the
scrambling as the first-night hero. He hit three field goals cmd a
free throw, fed Gene Ary for a layup, and snared two important
rebounds, all in about four minutes, to pull the Bears from be-
hind with 5:49 left to play. It was his free throw, with 8:08 to go,
that put the Bears ahead to stay.
ASTC 78-HARDING 62
The ASTC Bears took advantage of a Harding cold spell
early in the second half to break open a 78-62 decision. The
teams swapped baskets just after intermission, and Harding
didn't score again until l4:48 remained, when Boaz hit three
straight free throws on a technical foul. ASTC had ripped off 12
straight points in the meantime. The Bisons couldn't get closer
than 10 points the rest of the way. Davis, despite an off night,
compiled 27 points.
ASTC 60-OUACHITA 66
Leon Clements scored 27 points and pulled down 18 rebounds
to lead the Ouachita Tigers to a 66-60 victory over the ASTC
Bears. The first half was fine defensive play which ended in a
27-27 deadlock, with both teams hitting approximately 40 per
cent of their shots, With 11:47 left in the game, Gene Ary got
the Bears their last tie of the night with a jump shot. Davis, con-
tinuing his fine scoring, led the Bears with 22 points.
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ASTC 92-AGM 62
The ASTC Bears scored one of their most onesided victories
in a long time over the Arkansas AGM Boll Weevils. The ASTC
defense shut out the Weevils from the field for almost eight
minutes and AGM got only 20 shots the entire first half. Tom
Davis and Gene Ary were ASTC's offense standouts scoring 33
and 19 points respectively.
ASTC 79-HENDRIX 75
The ASTC Bears' and the Hendrix College Warriors' game
was one of great shooting, strong rebounding, and aggressive
defense. They were tied up or swapping leads throughout the
game, but in the final seconds the Bears emerged as winners
with several heroes such as Torn Davis, Who almost singlehand-
edly kept ASTC in the game the first half: Ioe Lippe who came
off the bench in the middle of the first half to score 22 points:
and Larry Tabor who did some crucial second-half scoring.
ASTC. 77 - SOUTHERN STATE 75
The ASTC Bears scored a 77-75 decision over the Southern
State Muleriders to regain a share of the AIC lead. Southern
State led briefly by a point early in the second half, but the
Bears bounced back to ct six-point lead and never trailed again.
Burleson scored 21 points and snagged nine rebounds. Tom Davis
led the ASTC scoring with 22 points.
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ASTC 87--OZARKS 66
Tom Davis put on an amazing show literally
ripping the nets apart for 26 points in the last ten
minutes of the first half, spurring the Bears on to a
87-66 victory over College of the Ozarks. Davis finished
his tremendous night with 37 points. Larry Tabor got
12 and Larry Burleson hit 10 as all of the Bears saw
ASTC 54-ARKANSAS COLLEGE 46
A stingy zone defense checked Arkansas College
and lifted the ASTC Bears to a 54-46 victory. With the
Bears trailing at the half, Horton resorted to the zone
defense which the Scots couldn't solve except for a
brief flury in the final minutes when the Bears already
had the game out of reach. Tom Davis scored 20 points
to lead all scorers.
ASTC 78-HENDERSON 68
The Bears overcame an early lead by the Hen-
derson Reddies and Went on to post a convincing
78-68 victory. The lead changed hands rapidly before
the Bears overcame the last Henderson lead of 30-29
and Went on to take a 35-30 halftime lead. The Bears
held a safe 10-point lead rnost of the second half. The
reliable Davis again paced the victors with 27 points.
Larry Tabor tossed in 18 and Larry Burleson got 15.
ASTC 93-LRU 76
With Torn Davis and Larry Tabor leading the way,
the Bears crushed the Little Rock University Trojans
by a score of 93-76. Davis and Tabor combined for 58
points, with 32 and 26 respectively. The Bears demol-
ished the Trojans' 1-2-2 zone and also ended their 10-
game winning streak on their home court.
ASTC 85-TECH 75
The ASTC Bears took their sixth straight triumph
with the 85-75 win over arch-rival Arkansas Tech. With
Torn Davis leading the way, the Bears hit 58 per cent
of their shots and trailed only once. Davis, the con-
ferences' leading rebounder and second scorer, poured
in 29 points and grabbed ll rebounds, both high for
ASTC 85-HARDING 67
The Bears rolled up an amazing 31 point lead in
the first half and went on to slaughter Harding by a
score of 85-67. Late in the first half the Bears outscored
the Searcy school by 10-0. The closest Harding could
get was 59-52. Davis led in scoring with 30 followed
by Ary and Lippe who hit 14 apiece.
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ASTC 82-OUACHITA 92
With Leon Clements setting a new AIC record for
points, the Tigers defeated the Bears 92-82. Clements
poured in 27 points, and his sixth one broke the old
record of 2,153 points. There were 68 fouls in the game,
only five shy of the AIC record. The two teams attempt-
ed 107 free throws and made good on 70. Davis led the
Bears with 29 points and 17 rebounds. Ary made 17,
Burleson got 15, and Tabor netted 13.
ASTC 65--AGM 56
Using a Well-balanced scoring attack, the Bears
dropped the Arkansas AGM Boll Weevils by a score
of 65-56. The first half was a see-saw battle, but five
successive baskets by Ary and Burleson gave AGM
their eighth loss in a row. Ary led the Bears with 16
ASTC 66-HENDRIX 74
The Hendrix-Warriors put on a fantastic shooting
exhibition and knocked off the Bears 74-66 before 1500
packed-in-fans at Grove Gymnasium. It was the first
victory for Hendrix over ASTC since 1963. Davis and
Tabor led the Bears with 16 points apiece.
ASTC 60-SOUTHERN STATE 55
The Bears overcame an 11 point lead by South-
ern State early in the second half and went on to drop
the Muleriders by a score of 60-55. This helped the
Bears hold on to their one game lead in the AIC. Davis
led all scorers with 21 points and 24 rebounds.
ASTC 46-ARKANSAS COLLEGE 42
The ASTC Bears Won their first AIC champion-
ship since 1959 by dropping the Arkansas College
Scotts 46-62. The lead see-sawed back and forth after
the half, but a jumper by Larry Tabor in the last
minute of the game sealed it for the Bears. Davis led
the scoring with 24 points.
ASTC 99-HENDERSON 80
The Bears, with the AIC championship already
under their belts, came out relaxed and free from
pressure and shot down the Henderson Reddies 99-80
in the last regular game of the season. Davis, playing
his last game at home, led the scoring with 24 points.
Larry Tabor attempts a long shot.
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Coach Fletcher Lowry, head baseball coach, came to
ASTC in 1955 from the College of the Ozarks along
with Coach Frank Koon. He is also line coach for the
football team. Assisting Coach Lowry is Perry Shock, a
Conway businessman. Shock was an active participant
in sports during his school days. As an alumnus of
ASTC, he has continued to take an interest in the de-
velopment of the sports program.
At the beginning of the season Coach Lowry wel-
comed 38 candidates, 17 of which were returning let-
termen. The lettermen included all-AIC Bobby Tiner,
Ted Yotter, David Lee, Larry Altom, Thomas Iohnson,
Tommy Hutto, Ictmes Calloway, Bobby Renfro, Freddie
Kirtley, Robert Lewis, Robert Newton, Iack Fulmer, Nick
Williams, George Iones, Richard Guthrie, and Iim Fulmer.
Beginning their first year with the Bears are lim
Holland, Iohnny Richardson, Randy Pringle, Mike Butler,
Danny Lynch, Gay Horton, and Bobby Altom.
1965 Baseball Team
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Wright, Larry Frost, Bert Botter, Danny Ryan, Ierry Marple, Ioe Fred Young, Ted Yotter, Ricky Richardson.
Coach Shock Freddy Kirtley. Robert Reniro
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Bob 'finer Ted Yotier. Larry Altom
All AIC 1964
David Lee. Iames Callaway. Randy Pringle. Mike Bultler
lim Fulmer, Robert Lewis
Tommy Hutto. lohnny Richardson. Gay Horton
Little Rock University
Central Methodist College
Central Methodist College
Buena Vista College
Southern State College
Little Rock University
Henderson State Teachers
Little Rock University
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The ASTC Track team began their 1965 season as
defending champions of the AIC, and again proved their
merit by establishing themselves early in the season as
one of the main contenders for the title. This was done
at the Memphis indoor track Carnival, where the Bears
finished in second place, and meets with other AIC
During the early track season when the Bears at-
tended the AIC relays at Southern State College, the
ASTC cindermen finished second and gained much con-
fidence in their chances of winning the championship.
For the first time in five years, ASTC was not expected
to win the meet.
The Bears will lose several of their best men, but
will still be in good shape for the coming year.
1965 Track Team
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A.S.T.C. CHALLENGED IN TRACK
For the past few years, Raymond Bright's track teams
have dominated track and field in Arkansas. Recently
other colleges have begun to put more emphasis upon
their track programs with intentions of challenging this
domination. Whispers from Southern State, Arkansas
AGM, and Harding Colleges portend a very interesting
track meet in the near future. The team which Wins the
AIC trophy will be the team whose athletes are most ded-
icated to work, whose athletes are best able to think like
champions, and whose support from the student body
is the greatest.
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1965 GOLF TEAM
The ASTC golf team, coached by Dr. Iess Farris, had
a very successful season and placed third in the AIC
competition. The Winning team was composed of Lea
Larson, Danny Ryan, Ronnie Roach, and Roger Burton.
The nine man squad had six lettermen and a dual record
The Women's swimming team, coached by Mrs.
Spencer finished second in the 64-65 conference. Finish-
ing first in the AIC meet were Donna Whitaker, Sandre
Whataker, and Robbie White. Numerous other third,
fourth, and fifth places were won. Ioe Lynch is Student
Assistant for the team.
The men's swimming team, coached by Dr. Farris
finished fourth in the AIC race and had a dual meet
record of 3-4.
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Andy Prince Richard Smith Lewis Wallace
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coached by Mrs. Lee B. Spencer and the
men's team coached by Mr. Al Hamilton
had a quite successful season. The men's
team placed third in AIC Competition
which was quite an accomplishment con-
sidering inexperience. Kenneth Bagan
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en's team had dual meets with four
other AIC schools and served as Co-
Hostesses of the AIC tennis tournament.
The ASTC Bowling League which
was added to the varsity sports program
last year, made a fine showing in the
AIC race. Burt Botter led the league and
contributed much with a two straight 600
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1965 Bowling Team
The members of the 1965 Bowling Team are Bert Botter, Danny Crain, Don Jordan, Alton Lackey, Robert McBride, Sandy Meadors, David
Ray, William Smith, Kenneth C. Williams and Kenneth D. Williams.
The organizations and their activities represent an
important phase of life at ASTC or on any college
campus. Students learn to work, play, and co-operate
with each other and with their professors in organiza-
tions. Invaluable experience in any career is acquired
through club membership which teaches one leader-
ship, co-operation and the Way to follow.
We have attempted to show the various clubs and
their activities on the ASTC campus in the pages of
this section of the Scroll. ASTC offers a variety of clubs
to enrich any student's life-religious organizations,
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all-student groups, department clubs, honorary socie-
ties, and Greek organizations. Every student can find
organizations for his interests if he only looks because
every phase of college life-social, religious, academic
-is represented by an organization.
The Ferguson Chapel is one place on campus all
religious groups can call their own. This building was
dedicated November l, 1964. Lowell McClanahan and
Peggy Munsey, SCA officers, are seen after the dedica-
tion talking over future SCA plans.
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Phi Alpha Theta Is Honor History Society
Phi Alpha Theta, the national history society, had
its origin at the University of Arkansas in 1921. The
major activities of this organization include the His-
torian, a journal of history possessing the second
highest circulation oi any of the historical journals
published in the country: the establishment of a series
of fellowships and scholarships: and sponsorship of
an annual contest for papers on historical subjects.
The Mu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta here at Ar-
kansas State Teachers College was initiated on Feb-
ruary 20, 1932.
Dolly Baxter Paul Bushnell Ophelia Fisher Gladys Sachse Linda Van Fossen Karin Greenwood
Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor
Ianlce Hackman Iudy lanes Sharon Lessenberry Carolyn Lewis Danny Rapier Steve Robinson
Clarence Shoitner Paula Thomas Barbara Webster Renee WUSOH
Edwin Bird Mary Ann Arnold
Sue Cummins Tommie Sue Kirtley
Alpha Chi Begins In 1915
Alpha Chi, national honor society, is a member of the Association of
College Honor Societies. It began in 1915 as a campus honor society at
Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas: and acquired the status of
a state organization in 1922, a regional organization in 1927, and a national
organization thereafter. Throughout its stages of development, its objective
has remained the same - the stimulation, development, and recognition of
scholarship and those elements of character that make scholarship effective
for good -- and its motto - "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall
make you free." Besides working with its fellow chapters in the interest of
scholarship and character, Alpha Chi also encourages students to continue
their development through graduate Work, supports a scholarship program
in their behalf, permits them to participate in regional and national programs,
and publishes a magazine twice a year.
Election to membership in the Arkansas Gamma Chapter of Alpha
Chi may occur during a student's junior or senior year. To be eligible for
membership in this society, a student must be in the upper ten per cent of his
class having at least a 3.1 grade point average, and must be approved by
the Dean's Office.
Membership in Alphi Chi is the highest scholastic honor one may
receive at Arkansas State Teachers College. Its members are recognized
by the gold cords they wear at commencement.
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Alpha Psi Umega Is For Students of Drama
Alpha Psi Omega
The National Society of Alpha Psi Omega was
established on August 12, 1925, at Fairmont State
College in Fairmont, West Virginia. Today, it contains
more than 300 active chapters located throughout the
Alpha Psi Omega was established as an honorary
fraternity for the purpose of providing an honor society
for those doing a high caliber of work in dramatics.
It also provided wider fellowship for those interested
in the college theatre. This fraternity is not intended
to replace the regular dramatics club or any other
producing group: but students are rewarded by elec-
tion to membership in it as they qualify.
The main purposes of Alpha Psi are to follow the
standards set up by the national society, and to further
the understanding of dramatics on the campus.
Alpha Psi is the sponsor of every production of
the speech department to which everyone is admitted
free. During the year the group sponsors such activ-
ities as car washes and concession stands at our home
ball games in order to earn money for the operation
of the fraternity. Most of the money earned is spent on
the annual banquet held in the spring. The Marshall
Harris Award is also presented to the person contrib-
uting the most to the organization.
Membership in Alpha Psi Omega is open to every
student at ASTC. When students receive enough points
to qualify for membership, they are initiated. These
points may be acquired in several ways. A regularly
enrolled student of the college, of satisfactory schol-
arship, who has participated in major of one long
play, or two one-act plays staged by the institution.
and has done work of such merit and quality as to
be approved by the director, shall be eligible for
membership. A student who has written a play, that
has been produced, may be eligible to membership.
Efficient work as business manager, stage manager
or student director for two long plays may be accepted
as meeting the requirements of membership. Staff
work such as carpenter, property man, electrician or
work in scene painting, costume making and design-
ing, may be credited toward membership as equiva-
lent to minor roles. Minor speaking parts in four full-
length plays, or five one-act plays may be accepted
as meting the requirements of membership. To be a
major, a character must appear in not less than two
acts with not less than seventy speeches. Minor roles
of fifty or more speeches will count as the equivalent
of a major role in a short play.
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Honorary Members of Alpha Psi Omega
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Administrative Management Society
The Administrative Management Society formerly
known as the National Officers Management Association
changed its name in 1964. The NOMA Chapter acquired
its charter in May of 1960, and was the second collegiate
NOMA organization in the United States
The purposes of this society are to assist 1n develop
ing interest in office administration management among
those students in the school of bus1ness administration
or commerce: to determine the needs of commerce and
industry through lectures and panel d1scuss1ons from
business executives, research studies and office and plant
visitation: to provide media for free exchange of infor
mation and ideas among its members to provide a per
petual loan fund for business students to help in all
ways possible to forward the aims and purposes of the
college: and to maintain contact and correspondence with
alumni of the society.
Ierry Crowder Carol Watson
Vice-President Recording Secretary
Jeanette Mqei-tens Danny Crane Kenny Red Mrs. Ona Wachtendorf CIYL'-le COITIBI'
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Royal Rooters Starts As Pep Club
The Hoyal Hooters, as an organization, was orig-
inally established in 1918 as the Pep Club. The major
purpose of this organization is stimulating school
spirit and more active participation in school
Membership of the club usually comes from
junior and senior students. They are accepted into
Royal Hooters every year with a special "tapping"
ceremony which takes place in May. Members are
selected on the basis of their leadership, ability,
school spirit, and their social and academic part at
In addition to co-ordinating the orientation pro-
gram, this group also plays an important part in
Homecoming, Founder's Day, and Senior Day. Dur-
ing Homecoming, the Hooters conduct the queen con-
test, conduct the parade held in downtown Conway,
and decorate the playing field for the game. Senior
Day, held in the spring, brings seniors from all over
the state converging on the campus. The Hooters
plan the activities participated in by these seniors.
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Pi Omega Pi For Student In Business, Education
The Gamma Omicron Chapter of National
Pi Omega Pi was established at Arkansas
State Teachers College on November l, 1952.
Since its formation on our campus, over sev-
enty persons have been recognized as quali-
fying for membership.
Election to membership in Pi Omega Pi is
limited to those persons who have maintained
general scholarship sufficient to place them
within the upper thirty-five per cent of their
college class and the achievement of an av-
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Shirley Spencer, Glynda Fielder. Miss Gladys Sachse, Miss Frances Webb, Ian Smith, Delores Watts. Barbara Webster.
IN TERF RA TERNI TY COUNCIL
Seated from leit to right: Danny Crane, Iim Hoggard, Ioe Fred Young, Bert Botter, Standing from leit to right: Dr. Iames Sylar. Cliff Hooiman,
Robin Nix, Adrian Wewers, Fletcher Rittey, Tom Blossom, Ioe Haynes, Winston Simpson.
Theta Xi was established at Rensselear Poly-
technic Institute in Troy, New York, on April 29, 1864.
Formerly Phi Alpha Zeta, a twenty-six year old local
fraternity, Beta Mu Chapter of Theta Xi was estab-
lished on the Arkansas State Teachers Colllege campus
on May 12, 1962.
Theta Xi's first year on the campus proved to be
highly successful. The fraternity, through the ability
of its members to work together, was able to achieve
many things contributing to the benefit of the chapter,
Iames Calloway Larry Kidd
Vice'President Corresponding Sec.
the college, and the community.
One of the main purposes of Theta Xi is to pro-
mote scholarship among their members and their
Ioe Eddy Charles Breshears Ioe Womble
Treasurer Scholarship Chairman Sentinel
Iim Eskola Karl Meyer Em-1 Reddick
Pledge Master Sponsor Sponsor
F aril Simpson Glenn Austin Iohn Barnett
Ed Bird Lanny Brannon Bob Brazzel
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Scotty Goad. Iack Hawkins, Iimmy Walker, George Hinkle, Stanley Iackson, Gaylon Gibbs, Ed Coleman, Ioel Hawkins, Paul Knight, Mike
Ellis. Third Row: Charles Hamlin, Leo Sutterfield, Ierry Stround, Iohn Bass, Glenn Eskola, Billy Shipp, Steve Power.
Sigma Tau Gamma Founded ln 1915
Sigma Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma is the oldest Greek letter
organization on the campus. Founded in 1915 as the Owls, it later organ-
ized as a local fraternity and changed its name to Kappa Phi Sigma in
1928. Later, on November 30, 1939, Kappa Phi Sigma was granted a
charter as Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma.
Sigma Tau Gamma is dedicated to high ideals of manhood and bro-
therhood, good scholarship, democratic principles, good citizenship, con-
geniality, development of good personal characteristics and social poise
mature thinking and action, and loyalty and service to college, com-
munity, country and fraternity.
The Sigma Taus have enjoyed a rich past and look forward to a
promising future of progress in keeping with their current high standards.
Ierry Ioe Harrison Mac Troy
President First Vice-President
David White Mike Steinbeck Lowell McClanahan Dave Robertson Bill Caten H B Hardy It
Second Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Trainer Historian SPOIISOI'
Harold D. Love lim Barnett David Bell Richard Bennett Tom Blossom Tommy Brown
Phil Carter Wallace Chandler Clyde Comer Robert Daniel Bob Dixon lullun Ethrldqe
Spring Pledge Class, Sitting: Robbie Robinson, Tommy Marshall, Ioe Short, Richard Warrington, Robin Harz, Butch Lorenz, Edgar Chesser.
Standing: Phil Esch, Doug Lowe, Butch Hays, Tommy Bailey, Boody Strickland, Wayne Wallace, Dick Richardson, Tommy Anderson. lim
Hendrickson, Travis Atterberry, Dennis Baw, David Bailey, Danny Lynch, Sonny Kitchens.
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PSE Is Founded on Campus In 1936
Phi Sigma Epsilon was founded in February of
1910 at Kansas State College at Emporia, Kansas, for
the purpose of promoting a closer bond between men
students on college campuses. In 1926, it merged with
two other fraternities and became a national organi-
zation. Phi Sigma Epsilon is governed by the National
Conclave Council which meets bi-annually. Mu Chap-
ter of the ASTC campus was founded in 1936.
In addition to their taking part in all campus ac-
tivities, Phi Sigma Epsilon has many activities of its
own occurring during the year. One of their most im-
portant is the Annual Phi Sigma Frontier Dance which
is held in early December. For the duration of a week,
the Pi Sigs are transformed into cowpokes. This festive
week is concluded with a big shootout and dance
occurring in the Student Center. The Phi Sigs also
hang banners at the entrances of the campus welcom-
ing the new freshman class and returning upperclass-
men each fall.
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Iames T. Layton Ralva Bass Clarence A. Haminton William H. Osborn Leslie Anderson William L. Arnold
Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor
Merle I.. Breeding Warren Crow Billy Ray Crouse Thomas D. Epperson. Ir. Don Parish William Gary Hawkins
lim Hoqgard Paul Hoover Bobby Lester
Ioe Moore, Ir. William Payne Neylon Pilkinqwh
Kenny Red Fred Robertson Ierry Rogers
Mike Hartwick Gay Horton Theron Howard
Larry D. Stanley Charles Whiting Gordon Cupp
Tom Powers Ierry Taylor Roger Taylor
Spring pledges of Phi Sigma Epsilon.
Phi Lambda Chi Organized in 1924
In 1924 a number of men enrolled in The Arkansas State Teachers
College who, in their high school days, had belonged to a secret so-
ciety known as the Lambs Club. In March of 1925 they obtained per-
mission from the college officials to organize a local fraternity which
they named Aztecs.
ln 1930 the name Phi Lambda Chi was adopted by the fraternity,
and in 1939 a national organization was founded, becoming the only
mother chapter of a national social-professional fraternity ever found-
ed in the state of Arkansas. Since that time Phi Lambda Chi has con-
tinued to grow on the campuses where it is located.
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Treasurer Alumni Director
Ierrell Boast Charles Bradford Coy Case Keith Cole Larry Crabtree Darrell Dooley
Jimmy D. Drake Ierry Duran Iohnny Garner Dick Holbrook Billy Hall lim Harrist
Cliiton Hooiman Stephen Huss Ierry Iames Eddie Iohnson Terry Kee! Ioe Moreno
Mike Peterson Robert Peterson Andy Prince Roy L. Roe Robert Sam Shipley Earl Steqall
Kenneth Wolie Roy Wray Richard Hudson Ray Kinser Tommy Smith Iohn Sommerville
Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor
The Spring Pledges oi Phi Lambda Chi Fraternity.
Epsilon Phi Chapter 0 Pi K A Is 141st
On February 23, 1963, Chi Nu fraternity climaxed thirty
years of service and leadership at ASTC. The Epsilon Phi chap- 3 C i t f'
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local fraternity on campus. Epsilon Phi is the one hundred and Wi i QE 4 A, f , pf i
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On April 20, 1898, Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded
in Farmville, Virginia at the Longwood College. The motto
is "Faithful Unto Death." Royal Purple and white are the
colors. The violet and the pearl are the flower and Iewel.
Tri Sigma's social protect is the Robbie Page Memor- "
ial. All contributions to this memorial are given to the
North Carolina Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Q
Carol Watson Marge Lingo Katherine Iones
President Vice-President Corresponding Sec.
Katherine Walker Io Etta King Iackie Oates Mary Gene Huber Ieanette Maertens Barbara Webster
Treasurer Recording Secretary Keeper of the Grades Sentinel Panhellanic Rep. Panhellenic Rep.
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Sigma Kappa sorority was established by five
coeds on November 9, 1874, at Colby College in Water-
ville, Maine. This sorority is found only in four-year
colleges or universities of high standing.
Sigma Kappa was the first Greek letter sorority
to be stablished in New England: and its predecessor
is the oldest Greek letter organization on the ASTC
campus, dating back to 1928 with the Alpha Phi Epsi-
lon Sorority. The Delta Tau Chapter of Sigma Kappa
was begun on this campus on September 19, 1959.
The colors of Sigma Kappa are soft lavender and
maroon. The flower is the violet, the jewel is the
pearl: and the symbol is the triangle.
In October of 1962, the Central Arkansas Alumni
Chapter of Sigma Kappa was founded. An advisory
board is provided by this Alumni Chapter to assist
the active college members.
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Delta Zeta Founded at Miami University
The Delta Zeta Sorority is the largest national so-
ciety chapterwise. This sorority was founded on Oc-
tober 24, 1902, at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, by
The purposes of the sorority are to unite its mem-
bers in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship,
to promote the moral and social culture of its members,
and to develop plans for guidance in unity and action.
Delta Zeta's colors are old rose and vieux green: her
flower is the pink Killarney Rose: her jewel is the
diamond: and her symbol is the lamp.
Delta Zeta's take part in every phase of campus
life with members participating in the religious, aca-
demic, and honorary organizations on our campus.
Ianie Mazanti Pam Bohart Ginny Enderlin Iudy Bell Idalene Blackburn Linda Staniield
First Vice-President Second Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Sec. Treasurer Historian
Iudy lanes Rockie Rauert Sue Cummins Mrs. Nolen Irby Miss Dorothy Long Miss Carlysle Ellis
Sr. Panhellenic Rep. Ir. Panhellenic Rep. Scholarship Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor
Mimi Albright Pat Baker Martha Ann Brown Marsha Black Cecilia Coifelt Betsy Gass
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Alpha Sigma Tau came into being in 1889 with the
banding together of eight coeds at Michigan State Normal
College in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Upsilon Chapter of Alpha
Sigma Tau was begun on the ASTC campus in 1935, and
has been a member of the National Panhellenic Confer-
ence since 1951.
The major purpose of this organization is the promo-
tion of the ethical, cultural, and social development of
every member through the bonds of sisterhood. Alpha
Sigma Tau believes in the values of friendship, fulfillment
of self, and fidelity to purpose.
The colors of Alpha Sigma Tau are emerald and gold:
her flower is the yellow rose: and her symbol is the
Alpha Sigma Tau Begins at Ypsilanti
Brenda Walker Mary Iane Eaton Marcia Nincehelser Pam Armstrong Joy Tediord Mrs. Barbara Ritter
Recording Secretary Chaplain Panhellenic Rep. Editor Historian Sponsor
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Sandra Laslter Lynda Lindsey Paula Lucas Susie Minton Peqqy Munsey Bonita Powers
Marian Riddell Linda Rowland Sue Slever Nancy Smith Ann Sybert Betty Kai Turner
Alpha Sigma Tau's proudly display their new winter outfits.
ASA Installed on Campus in 19441
State Teachers College campus in 1944.
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Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Rush Chairman Panhellenic Rep.
Rosanne Hubbard Carolyn Umsted Carolyn Whiley Mary Ann Arnold Miss Marie Schichtl
Panhellenic Rep. Chaplain Parliamentarian Pledge Mistress Sponsor
Betty Lou Alexander Dorothy Andrews Alice Cummings Sharon Fort Ellen Funk
Carol HOYI Iackie Lanham Peggy Martin Susan Morgan lei'-Umie RUYHQ1'
Barbara Io Rogers Shirley Spencer Judy Stakemiller Betty Umsted Renee Wilson
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Bill Payne Iohn David Richardson
The American Chemical Society is the
largest organization in the world devoted
to a single science. The Arkansas State
Teachers College students affiliate chapter
of this society was established in 1958.
Membership in this organization is open
to all chemistry majors, and minors, and
chemical engineering students.
This pre-professional group gives its
members a beginning in the selection of
the field they wish to specialize in, a
pride in the profession they have selected
for a life's work, an after-hours chemistry
education, and a placement for graduates.
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ternational came into existence in 1930 with the
merging of two organizations of teachers of young
children - The International Kindergarten Union,
which was organized in 1892, and the National
Council of Primary Education, which was organ-
ized in 1915. This non-profit professional organiza-
tion consisting of more than 80,000 members, is in-
terested in the education and Well-being of chil-
dren from the ages of two to twenty-one years.
Chapters of this organization are located through-
out the United States and other countries. Its mem-
bership includes teachers, parents, and many other
persons interested in the field of childhood
The purpose of this organization is to work
for the education and well-being of children by:
KD Promoting desirable conditions, programs, and
practice in the schools from the nursery through
the elementary grades: C25 Raising the standard
of preparation and encouraging continued profes-
sional growth oi teachers and leaders in this field:
131 Bringing into active co-operation all groups
concerned in the school, the home, and the com-
munity: and f41 Informing the public of the needs
of children and how the school program must be
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Marvin Wilson Iudy Moore Miss Marie Schichtl
President Vice President Sponsor
Alpha Phi is a fraternity for art majors on this
campus. It was orginally founded as a departmental
club in 1920 by Miss Mary Augusta Bernard, long-
time head of the Art Department, and was known
as the Art Club. In 1962, the club temporarily
changed its name to the Fraternity of Art. Unable
to make contact with any national organizations, the
Fraternity later adopted the Greek name, Alpha Phi.
The main purpose of Alpha Phi is to advance
the cause of art by promoting a number of art ex-
hibits and activities both on the campus and in the
state throughout the year, and to encourage rela-
tionships among those who are interested in the
field of art.
Norma Agnew David Bass Sandra Boldinq Forest Carmichael Nathan Crook Ronald Flack
Sue Graves Retha Io Hicks Ian Lee Shelia Obar Iamie Pannell Dianne Peterson
Paul Scott Gary L. Scroqqs Brenda Turner Sylvie Wable Rebecca Wavrrin Gi Gi Worm
API First to be Organized on Arkansas Campus
The Arkansas State Teachers student section of the American
Institute of Physics was established in 1962 under the guidance of
Professors Denver L. Prince and Halva Bass. This student section was
first organized with sixteen members, and it had the distinction of
being the first to be chartered on an Arkansas campus.
Student sections of the A.I.P. may be organized at any college
offering a major in physics, but membership is not restricted to physics
majors. The only educational requirement for membership in the stu-
dent section is that they must be below the Ph.D. level of academic
At the helm of all student sections is the American Institute of
Physics, which was established in 1931 for the purpose of advancing
and diffusing knowledge of the science of physics and its application
to human welfare. The AIP is a federation of several professional
societies, including the American Physical Society, the Optical Society
of America, the Acoustical Society of America, the Society of Rheol-
ogy, and the American Association of Physics Teachers. Members of
these several societies are from various fields of endeavor-engineer-
ing, scientific research and application, and education.
Besides the intellectual communication with these professional
societies, the student section affiliation provides an opportunity for
junior membership in the professional societies while an individual
is still in school. This association greatly facilitates attaining full mem-
bership in a society later on when the student enters his career field.
Through the student section program, a student of physics, en-
gineering, or science acquires an introduction to the current develop-
ments, problems, opportunities, and personalities in the field of his
George F. Beers
Dennis F. Brant
Bill I. Hudman
Bill Pruitt. Ir.
Craftsman? Guild Upen to LE. Majors, Minors
The Craftman's Guild is a socio-professional organization open to all of
those majoring or minoring in Industrial Education. This Guild was established
in 1947 for the purpose of promoting close followship among the students of In-
Every year, representatives of the Guild attend the Four State Regional In-
dustrial Arts and Vocational Education Conference at Kansas State Teachers Col-
lege located at Pittsburg, Kansas, and several other similar meetings. Another an-
nual activity of the Guild is the building of a float for entrance in the Homecom-
In addition to the fostering of brotherhood, this organization annually holds
a fish fry, takes a field trip, and holds two hamburger suppers for its members,
V. N. Hukill
E. W. Packard
Ronny Acton Wcxyman Bocxst Bucky Mays Iohn Robert Smith I
Ed. Henderson Dorr Moore Donald I. Presley Robert Dale Stevens
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Mr. Dow and Dorr Moore tind real enjoyment in the metal lab.
Freddy Williams William Wade
Biology Club Members Take Annual Trip to Ucean Springs
The Biology Club, organized in 1964, is one of the
newest clubs on the campus. This club is open not only
to all biology majors and minors, but also to any other
interested students. The purpose of this club, which is
sponsored by the entire biological staff, is to further
interest in the different biological sciences.
A main activity of the Biology Club is the yearly
trip for Biology students to the Gulf States Marine Re-
search Laboratories in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, spon-
sored by the Club and assisted by the ASTC adminis-
Tommy Pace Iackie Oates
Richard Collins Neal Butfaloe
Iewel Moore Ray Kinser Charlotte Bennett Elva Ray
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Iehu Mitchell Iris Reynolds Opal Reynolds Harold Sayqer
WRA'S Objectives: Fitness, Good Sportsmanship
The W.R.A. has as its most important objec-
tives the fostering of physical fitness and a spirit
of good sportsmanship. This association is gov-
erned by the executive council which is composed
of representatives from each of the organizations
which participate in the Women's intramural pro-
The W.R.A. is the sponsor of Women's intra-
murals, which includes tournaments in horseshoes,
table tennis, badminton, bridge, swimming, bas-
ketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, and track and
At the end of the year, the W.R.A. also awards
a team plaque to the team having the most total
Shirley Spencer Linda Davis Ann Sybert Gail Wisely
Secretary Treasurer Publicity Director Recreation Director
Iudy Brown Liz Reddick Peggy Welch Miss Ann Mfwhell
Activities Chairman Delta Zeta Representative Short Hall Representative Sponsor
t Colhecon Promotes Interest in Home Economics
Velma Minton Barbara Minton
Vice-President Secretary-Reporter '
Colhecon, an organization for future instructors in home
economics, is open for membership to those either majoring,
minoring, or interested in the field of home economics.
The main purpose of this organization is the bringing
together of students interested in this field and thereby pro-
moting a unity of working together. The goals of Colhecon
are the professional development of each member, social ac-
tivities in the department, co-operation with the college in all
projects, and development of individual members.
The Colhecon Club strives to bind home economic students
together while they are in school, give them a knowledge and
practice in self-initiated group work, provide them with a true
vision of home economics, and most important, form a basis
for future living.
Colhecon's national emblem is the Betty Lamp: the motto
is: "Minds that think: hands that work: hearts that love."
Rosemary Owens Mrs. Almeria Lindsay Aileen Bates Brenda Broom Suzanne Carter
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The Intramurals Council consists of Iim Escola, Bill Cunaway Paul Hoover,
cmd standing: Bruce Parsons, Tommy Iackson, and Mickey Iohnson.
Each year many of the different organizations on
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ball, basketball, volleyball, track, and swimming. In
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also offered to those who wish to participate.
The objectives of the Intramural program include:
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interest in sports.
The Intramural program is a part of our broad
Physical Education program. It serves in the capacity
as a lab for what the students have learned in the
The members oi WBA have cx baseball game in the late afternoon.
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The Women's Physical Education Majors and Minors
club, as it now functions, was organized in 1957. This club
is open to all women who are majoring or minoring in the
field of physical education.
This organization provides its members with many op-
portunities for fellowship, athletic participation, and leader-
ship. Through this club, one may become acquainted with
both the leaders and the latest developments in the fields of
physical education on a local, state, and national level. One
activity they engage in each year is the sending of the junior
members of the club to the Regional Conference of the Ameri-
can Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recrea-
tion. This year also eighteen members attended the National
Physical Education Convention in Dallas, Texas.
The major objectives of the club are participation in
recreational pursuits, improving professional standards, and
improving skills and techniques pertaining to' the field of
physical education. .
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Hospitality Hospitality Hospitality Photography Professional Indices Reporter Sponsor
and Membership and Membership and Membership and Scrapbook
Pat Cantrell Rosemary Christello Patsy Dalby Barbara Fuller Carolyn Hester Mariorie Holt Leslie Hulce Peggy McGinty
Mary L. McSpadden Suzie Mabry Patti Meyer Linda Russell Mary Nell Sikes Peggy Welch Gi Gi Worm
MENC Urganized in 1959
The Music Educators National Conference, open to
any student on the campus who is actively interested in
music, was organized on the Arkansas State Teachers
College campus in 1959. The local chapter of MENC is
affiliated with the Arkansas Music Educators Association.
Some of the purposes of this organization are to make
available to members opportunities for professional de-
velopment, to acquaint students with the privileges and
responsibilities of the music education program, and assist
the school in presenting programs of interest to future
MENC Officers, First Row Cseatedl: Becky Phillips, Secretary-Treas-
urer: Marion Riddell, Corresponding Secretary. Second Row: Pat
Farrior, President: Richard Knox, Historian-Reporter: Margaret Nabors.
MENC Members, Front Row tseatedjz Miss Evans, Sponsor, Marion Riddell, Becky Phillips, Margaret Nabors, Pat Farrior. Back Row: Mr.
Ritter, Sponsor: Iames Holcomb, Erika Diles, Dallas Lefluer, David Chism, Richard Knox. Paul Wilson, Dennis Wilt, Mary Iim Sliger, Sue
Pre-Law Club Makes Program a Reality
Leslie Capps D. Ioe Glover
The Pre-Law Club was organized in 1962 to make the
Pre-Law program at ASTC a reality. It is an organization by
which pre-law students are able to learn more about their
needs and abilities for law school. This they accomplish not
only from literature and each other, but also from practicing
lawyers who are speakers for many of their meetings. Another
way the club benefits members is that they attend Law Day
at the University of Arkansas. Here the members learn from
students who are in law school and attend a Moot Court.
Each year a scholarship is offered to an honor student for
the Tulane University School of Law at New Orleans, La.
The Club is also of interest to students who do not plan
to attend law school but are interested in government.
Iohn B. Murray Robin Nix lim Hoqqard Stephen F. Huss Charles T. Purdom
Kenny E. Red l0e Short
Bob Stroud Ierry I. Taylor Rodney McWilliams
Alpha Delta IS the Arkansas State Teachers College chapter of
Ph1 Beta Lambda This national youth organization for college students
enrolled in business courses is sponsored by the United Business
All of the local and state Ph1 Beta Lambda chapters operate under
charters granted by the national organization. Each chapter, which
has its own constitution adopts projects and programs that are within
the framework of the national organization.
Phi Beta Lambda operates as a part of the school program under
the guidance of business teachers school administrators, and busi-
nessmen. It is democratically organized' is devoted to providing col-
lege students with educational vocational, and leadership exper-
iences' encourages improvement in scholarship: and strengthens the
Phu Beta Lambda for B ustness Students
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confidence of young adults in themselves.
The Alpha Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda Works toward these
goals by participating in contests on the state level, hearing speakers
from different business establishments, and by presenting a scholar-
ship to an outstanding junior to be used during his senior year.
Carol WGfS0n KermY Puckerr llldi' Hawks Catherine Walker C. A. Hamilton D. W. Blackburn
5eCl'efC1rY Treasurer H91-Dorter Historian Sponsor Sponsor
Hilda Burton Ianet Davis Iohnny Garner Dan Hendricks D- D- MCKen2ie I-owne Milan
Steve Power Kenny Red Carolyn Reidmatten Iohn Shoemaker Kathy Southerland Heta Young
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The Arkansas State Teachers College chapter of Student National Educational
Association is the Ben A. Lewis Chapter, named for Dr. Ben A. Lewis, head ot
the Education and Psychology Department at ASTC. The SNEA is the undergraduate
professional association for college students preparing to teach.
In the state ol Arkansas, there is an SNEA chapted located in every state-
supported and every denominational college. These several chapters work with
each other in various activities such as the sharing oi ideas and projects.
This body ot SNEA chapters is under the leadership of the Arkansas Educa-
tion Association and National Education Association. These organizations assist the
individual chapters by providing them with program ideas and materials, advice,
and speakers to enliven their programs. An SNEA member is also a student member
of the AEA and the NEA, and possesses all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities
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" ' E' The purpose of SNEA is to provide an opportunity for personal and profes-
sional growth through participation in state SNEA conventions, the privileges to
attend any professional meetings ol AEA, membership in the professional organi-
zation oi the student's major field, and personal contact with other members of
SNEA. The SNEA also gives the individual an understanding of the history and
ethics of teaching, and a chance to look at teaching from the inside by participation
in professional activities at the local, state, and national levels.
Marsha Black Idalene Blackburn Lanny Brannon
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Tommie M. Dalby Dora Faye Davis Iimmy Dyer Paul Farrar Larry Fisher
Larry Frost Morgan Gilbert Philip Gibson
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Shirley Mallett Margaret Matmiller Lowell McClanahan Iohn McDaniel Iames McDermott Patricia Mills Susie Minton Iudy Moore
Sarah Ruth Nelson Kathy Norman Glenn O'Donnell Iohn Polk Io Ann Powell Ieannie Raynor Mary Alice Reed Susan Reid
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Sociedad H ispanica Formed Last Fall
The Spanish Club, La Sociedad Hispanica, was organized during the fall se-
mester of 1963. The purpose of this club is to promote better understanding of the
people of Spanish-speaking countries and their language by films, student presen-
tations, and special speakers. Often many unusual features of these cultures are
brought out during a semester's activities.
Iudy Burk, Donna Patton, and Bill Geater, ASTC students and members of
La Sociedad Hispanica, were three of the many American students who attended
Universities in foreign countries this summer. I
Officers of the club this year are Iudy Burk, President: Glynda Fielder, First
Vice-President: Tony Hughes, Second Vice-President: Ianice Hackman, Secretary:
Mary Ann Craig, Treasurer, and Donna Patton, Reporter.
Mary Ann Craig
Dr. Ramon Rozzell
Mr. F aril Simpson
MBSF Exists Only In Arkansas
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The Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship was
organized in 1958 for the purpose of providing a
Christian organization on the college campus for
their students. Their programs have been designed
to provide interest and variety, as well as to aid
in the advancement of the students' spiritual growth.
Arkansas is the only state in which M.B.S.F.'s
are located. Other M.B.S.F. groups are founds at
Arkansas AGM, Southern State College, Henderson
State Teachers College, Ouachita Baptist College,
the University of Arkansas, and Little Bock.
Two major activities of this group each year
are the spring and fall retreats held at Bogg Springs
The State M.B.S.F. publishes a monthly paper
known as the Beacon. This is available to all mem-
bers of the M.B.S.F.
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the ASTC campus, is now composed of both Benny Hglllg f .Ze ,
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BSU Constructed on Campus in 1955
The Baptist Student Union was first organized at the ASTC campus
in 1929. The present Baptist Student Center was built in 1956 by the
Arkansas Baptist State Convention under the supervision of Dr. Tom
Logue, the state student director, and Iames Smalley, who was the
local director from 1956 to 1961. Paul Larsen, the present director at
ASTC, came the fall of 1962.
The BSU has been described as the church at work during the
week on the college campus. Its activities attempt to supplement the
ministry of the students' home andfor campus churches. The BSU
provides Vesper and noonday worship programs, social events, dorm-
itory discussion programs, and service and mission activities. All stu-
dents may participate. BSU members plan and execute the entire
Major activities planned by the executive council were: the pre-
school planning retreat at Aldersgate Camp near Little Rock, a Tell
the Campus Week, the Summer Missions Banquet in November, a
midwinter planning retreat on Petit lean Mountain, and a Spring
Installation Banquet. Service activities included weekly visits to a
local rest home and monthly visits to the Arkansas Girls Training
ASTC students also attended the BSU convention in Hot Springs,
the State Spring Retreat on Lake Catherine, and the national Student
Conference at Glorieta, New Mexico. One ASTC student, Laura Van-
Cleave, spent the summer of 1964 as a summer missionary in Cali-
Shirley Stewart Martha Lamb Larry Frost Glenn Bennett
Study Chairman P11bliCifY Chairman Publications Chairman Enlistment Chairman
Iaclcie Lanham Gerry Sue Witt
Service Chairman YWA President
The Freshmen get introduced to BSU and each other.
For a successful year you have to plan.
The membership enjoys the fruits oi the planning session.
Chi Alpha is sponsored by Assembly of God Church
Iuanice Carelocl: Lee C. Creemer
Chi Alpha, the newest religious organization on
campus, was organized for students on campus
who belong to the Assembly of God Church. It was
organized to provide a Christian organization for
students, and provide a framework within which
these students could meet and becorne acquainted
with each other. The programs have been planned
for interest and variety, as well as an aid in the
advancement of the student's spiritual growth.
Ester Creemer Barbara Works I. O. Barton Mary Lou Bordens Laveda Depriest
Phyllis Gasaway Iamie Parmell Angela Peak Io Lou Terrall Ieanne Zernattln
SCA Seeks to Promote Christian Atmosphere
The Student Christian Association seeks to promote
a Christian atmosphere on the campus through worship,
study, and action. S.C.A. strives to improve the spiritual
life of the student and to help link his spiritual thoughts
with everyday problems. S.C.A. is an interdenomina-
This year the W. C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel was
completed and dedicated. Other activities sponsored by
the S.C.A. include the Thanksgiving Service, Christmas
Candlelight service, Religious Emphasis Week, Easter
Sunrise Service and the Campus Carnival.
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Lowell McClanahan Peggy Munsey
President First Vice-President
Marialyce Brinkley Leah Kay Lange
Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary
Carol Watson Trudy Switzer Richard Smith
Reporter Reporter Music Director
Wanda Fowlks Iames Futrell
S.C.A. meets each Wednesday night in the W. C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel. S.C.A, has jurisdiction over all happenings in the chapel.
Barbara Ingram Olivia Ienninqs George Jones Sandra Lasiier Carol Miller
Rita Morris Linda Stark Craig Wilson Mrs. Almeria Lindsay Mr, V, N- Hukiu
Wesley Provides Place For Worship, Study and Fellowship
The Wesley Foundation, the Methodist Church on
our campus, provides a place for worship, study, and
fellowship. Its planned schedule is designed to meet
not only the spiritual, but also the social and emotional
needs of the college students, regardless of his religious
affiliation. At Wesley during the year, students are in-
troduced to the college community by means of the out-
standing ministers, doctors, and civic personnel of
Recently the work done by the Fellowship Team has
developed into a very dominant part of the Wesley
Foundation. Several times a month this Team makes
visits to churches all over the state of Arkansas for the
purpose of acquiring young persons with the work of the
Methodist Church on the campus of our college.
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Senate Is Campus Representative Group
Gerry Blume Susie Menton
C. T. Purdom
Harold Henry Sarah Griqsby
SPOHSOI Vice-Pres., Sr. Class
President, Fresh. Class
Vice-President, Soph. Class
President, Ir. Class
The Student Senate, an organization consisting of representatives from the
classes, the dormitories, and those living off campus, possesses the legislative power
of the student body of the Arkansas State Teachers College. Meeting weekly, it con-
siders the needs and problems of the students, and seeks to satisfy and solve those
needs and problems to the best of its ability. It tries to please all students by spon-
soring many and varied all-student functions.
There is approximately one representative for each one hundred students on
campus. Members of the Senate are elected by the student body and are dedicated
to serve the school and the student body to the best of their abilities.
Each spring elections are held on campus with the Student Senate acting as
the governing body in connection with elections regulations. The Student Senate
also oversees the campaigns, voting and vote tabulation of all elections held on
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Vicki Foster lim Haggard Theron Howard George Jones Karen Larson
Gail Martin Ellen Owen Robin Nix Earl Siegall Ierry Taylor
Kay Tull Sharon Wallace Ioe Fred Young
lim Hoqgurd Sponsor
The legislative power of the Student Body of the
Arkansas State Teachers College is vested in the Stu-
dent Senate, an organization which includes repre-
sentatives for the classes, the dormitories, and off-
campus. lt meets weekly to consider the needs and
problems of the students.
During the summer there are ten Weekends and
each was filled with something to do. There were
Hootenanies, Watermelon suppers, and movies.
The 1964 Summer Student Senate was respon-
sible for repairs of the ASTC sign on the highway, the
sponsoring of the campus' first double feature full
length movie, and a number of good dance bands.
The tive members of the Senate for the summer
of 1964 were President of the Senate, lim Hoggardy
President of the Senior Class, Ken Bed: President of
the Iunior Class, Karl Weathers: President of the
Sophomore Class, Tom Powers and President of the
Freshman Class, Glen Davidson. The Senate was
sponsored by Mr. Ralva Bass. These five people with
their sponsor were quite busy for the eight weeks
At the end of the summer terms there was a credit
balance of S325. This money was placed in the Bear
Fund, a fund which is to be used to buy a new "Bear"
for our official mascot.
During the summer the "Shamrocks," the "Counts,"
the "King Pins" and the "Flames" played for six
dances, the students enjoyed ASTC's first double fea-
ture movie. At this showing the students were given
all the popcorn and soft drinks they could eat and
drink. There was a combination Hootenany and wa-
termelon supper. Mr. Ioe Shaw was master of cere-
monies for this event. The Senate also sponsored the
Miss ASTC entry for the Miss Arkansas Pageant.
For a group of only five members the Summer
Student Senate is one of the most active organizations
on the campus of ASTC.
Ken Red Karl Weathers Tom Powers Glen Davidson
Senior Class President Iunior Class President Sophomore Class President Freshman Class President
Band Represents Arkansas in Inaugural Parade
The ASTC Band, composed of some sixty members
this year, serves as both a marching unit and a concert
band. Called the "Marching Bears" during football season,
they have furnished half-time entertainment at every
home game this year and most of the out-of-town games.
During basketball season they also furnish a pep band
to play at all home games. School spirit is most abund-
ant among the band members.
Aside from playing at the athletic events, the Band
has also been busy with other activities. In December they
presented a Christmas concert and in April, their annual
spring concert. In Ianuary they were chosen to represent
the State of Arkansas at the Presidential Inaugural parade
in Washington, D. C. By presenting a benefit concert and
from donations from townspeople in Conway, Little Rock,
Morrilton, and surrounding areas, they raised the more
than S6.000.00 it took to charter two buses for this trip.
Previous to the trip the Band made three video tapes in
the recording facilities of KTHV in Little Rock. These tapes
were televised several times on the "Eye on Arkansas"
program previous to the Inauguration.
Each year the Band also marches in the Homecoming
parade, the annual Christmas parade in Conway, and
the Christmas parade in Morrilton. Band director is Mr.
Homer Brown and Mr. Dave Ritter is associate director.
The ASTC Band executes an interesting formation for the football game.
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Kilgen, Kay Sanders, Sandra Bradley,
Oboe: Phyllis Lemke: E-flat Clarinet,
Susan St. Iohn.
Clarinetsz Lura Cunningham, Owen
Stoker, Sandra Mabry, Dennis Bonge,
Martha Rolan, Margaret Nabors, Terri
Robnett, Eileen Keresey, Carolyn Boyd,
Alto Clarinet: Ginger Owens.
Bass Clarinets: Ian Emberton, Kay Stur-
geon, Iudy Bolls.
Alto Saxophones: Gregory Clough, Hugu
Barnes, Cragg Wilson, Diane Andrews,
Tenor Saxophones: Sue Brents, Ierry
Baritone Saxophone: Charles DeBoard.
Trumpets: Brian Perry, David Chism,
Rodney Iones, Ierry Sims, Brad Thomp-
son, Larry Ward, Richard Knox, Albert
French Horns: Donald Halverson, Iames
Trombones: E. O. Huddleston, Phil Mc-
Larty, Tommy Iared, Gail Robbins, Don
Baritones: Earlene Lang, Ierry Duran,
Basses: George Davis, Iohn Arnhart,
Paul Wilson, Walter Partridge.
Percussion: Ed Bird, Robert Daniel, Bill
Kennamer, Richard Earles.
Tympcmi: William Payne.
The ASTC Band passes in review for President Iohnson on Inaugural Day
The majorettes start the Band for a local parade.
Dr. Howard Groth
Choir Oldest Musical Organization on Campus
The Arkansas State Teachers College Choir, under
the direction of Dr. Howard Groth, provides musical en-
tertainment for many events held on campus as well as
performing for various organizations in other parts of
Some activities oi the choir this year include singing
for the dedication of Ferguson Memorial Chapel, pre-
sentation of the annual Christmas Concert, participation
in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Choral Association Festi-
val held at Little Rock, presentation of the musical "Car-
nival" here at ASTC in March, singing at the Sunrise
Service on Palm Sunday, presentation of their spring
concert, and singing at Commencement exercises. The
choir also plans to participate in the program during
Arkansas Week held at the World's Fair in New York
early in the tall of next year.
Officers of the choir this year include Dick Iones,
president: Tom Ierad, vice-president, Kay Nichols, secre-
tary-treasurer: Pat Farrior, student director: and Fran
Choir Officers: Kay Nichols, Dick Iones. Pat Farrior, Tom Iared, Fran Nahlen
The A S T C Choir, First Row: Susan Lalfontaine Diane Lawler, Lottie Harbour, Linda Bennett, Kay Nichols, lane Avey, Shirley Lowery,
Chloe Munnerlyn, Tamara Stobaugh, Sue Walker, Sue Brents, Alice Hartman, Susan Wilson. Second Row: Cloie Perry, Elizabeth High-
tower, Fran Nahlen, Susan Cross, Mary Iim Sliger, Pat Farrior, Tommie Reid, Ierry Witt, Gloria McLeod, Grace Murphy, Linda Wilder, Roni
Robnett, Judy Hambuchen, Dodee Barham. Third Row: Elaine Welch, Angela Peak, Elizabeth Owens, Margaret Wilson, Kathy Southerland,
Lena Fulmer, Erika Diles, Delores Craton, Gretchen Bruton, Iudy Wright, Dianne Brockett, Eileen Kersey. Fourth Row: Dennis Graves, Ken
Herr, Charles Faulk, Rod Hocott, Dick Iones, Les Oliver, Skip Harris, Iimmy Peavey, Dennis Will, Larry Woods, Robin Hartz, Ferrel Ianes,
Mike Ellis, Danny Steele, Ierry Sanders, Iames Holcomb, Randall Iames. Filth Row: Larry Gray, Roger Ross, David Sweringen, Tom Jared.
The chorus from Carnival work hard to perfect dance at dress rehearsal.
Marion Riddell. backed by
the chorus from Carnival,
sings to the puppets. The
clowns look sad but the girls
seem very happy about what
The men from the dance
chorus do all the work
while the dancing girls
provide the beauty for the
lovely dances in Carnival.
The boys from the dance chorus get quite a work out during rehearsal from Carnival.
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Flutes: Carl Rubley, Sandra Bradley, Noel Kilgen: Oboe: Phyllis
Lemke: Clarinets: Margaret Nabors, Sandra Mabry, Dennis Bonge,
Robin Nix: Bassoon: Gregory Clough: Horns: Iames Holcomb, Donald
Halverson: Trumpets: Brian Perry, David Chism, Larry Ward: Trom-
bones: Philip McCarty, Dallas Lafleurg Tuba: Paul Wilson: Percus-
sion: William Payne, Edwin Bird: Violins: Gail Robbins, Concert-
The symphony orchestra at Arkansas State Teach-
ers College, presently conducted by Carl Forsburg,
was founded in 1947 by Professor Milton Trusler,
former head of the Department of Music.
The symphony has given two campus concerts
this year, the Christmas concert which was given with
the College Choir, and the annual spring concert in
May. In addition, the symphony played tor the mu-
sical "Carnival," and the string section of the orches-
tra participated in the Inter-Collegiate Choral Festival
held at Little Rock with Margaret Hillis conducting.
haster: Neil Butlaloe, Loyd Williams, Horace Adams, Sue Brents,
Bonnie Bultaloe, Doug Proffitt, Ona Wochtendorf, Dennis Bell: Violas
Sue Evans, Leonard Phillips: Cellos: Iean Adams, Catherine Henze
Charles Milburn, Chatherine Williams, Iulie Isom: Bass: Iohn Arnhart
Librarian: Paul Wilson.
Dr. Carl I-'orsburg
Mrs. Lee Spencer
Iulian Ewan, President and Drill Captain
The T-Steppers, the precision drill team at ASTC,
was organized in 1958 by Mr. Graham Nixon, the
public relations director for ASTC, with the assistance
of Miss Marjorie Malin and Miss Barbara Maxwell.
Twenty-four girls were members of the first squad.
The name T-Steppers was selected through a
contest sponsored by the Royal Rooters. The student
body voted on the name.
The costumes were designed by the girls them-
selves. Until 1962, the costumes consisted of white
boots, white sweaters, and short white skirts. In 1962,
cz purple T was added to the sweaters: and in 1963,
purple satin linings were added to the skirts.
The T-Steppers do much to boost school spirit,
performing at every home football game and march-
ing in the Homecoming Parade.
Mrs. Lee Spencer, Assistant Professor of Physical
Education at ASTC, is the sponsor of the squad this
To lead the student body in boosting the Bears to
victory in a dignified and sportsmanlike manner is the
ultimate aim of the cheerleaders. They are responsible
for leading cheers at pep assemblies, at all football and
basketball games, and sometimes representing ASTC in
other sports activities.
Head Cheerleader at ASTC for the 1964-65 season
was Pat Cantrell.
Instead of eight cheerleaders as in the past, this
year there were six cheerleaders and two alternates
elected. Besides serving as cheerleaders, most of these
girls also are active in many other organizations on the
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STUDENT NEWSPAPER EDI TORSHIP RE WARDIN G
The Echo, established in 1909, is the weekly news-
paper at ASTC. It is edited and staffed by student
volunteers who are interested in journalism and cre-
ative writing. Miss Roberta Clay, Associate Professor
of English and lournalism, is faculty sponsor, and
oversees the work of the editor and the staff members.
The deadline for the Echo comes on Wednesday
afternoon. At this time, final stories are written, late
copy typed, and news articles and copy is taken down-
town to the printer's office. This is a time of turmoil
in the office are reporters run back and forth getting
news, typewriters are going at ninety to nothing, and
the editor is shouting above all the noise in order to
be heard. Finally, the editor gets to the print shop
with the copy hoping that there is enough to fill up
The editor finds out if there is enough copy to fill
the paper: and if there isn't, last minute phone calls
are hurriedly made to assemble one or two staff mem-
bers. If the staff members aren't available, the editor
makes up last minute copy, then takes it down to the
The printers at the Conway Printing Company
utter a few threats at the student editors when they
bring late copy in, but in the long run they are very
co-operative and the copy gets set in type.
On Thursday the editor goes back downtown and
spends the major part of the day proofreading and
making up the paper with the printers. After this is
finished, the paper is ready to be printed.
On Friday the Echo appears on campus in the
afternoon, and the editor feels a sense of accomplish-
ment when the paper is seen being read by many
students. The editor does not get to relax, though. News
and photographs must be gotten for the next edition.
The editorship of the Echo is a job that goes on in a
This year the editorship was split between semes-
ters. Nancy Green and lames Lalfevers were editor
and business manager, respectively, for the first se-
mester. lessica Tharp was editor for the second se-
mester, and Robert Daniel was business manager.
Nancy Green Iessica Tharp
Iames La Feversl
Miss Roberta Clay
The second semester Echo staff.
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Business Manager Robert Daniel talks over an advertisement with Mr. Carter.
Iessica Tharp, Nancy Green, and Robert Daniels led the
activities of the Echo for 196441965.
Miss Roberta Clay is shown making plans for an issue of the Echo with Iessica Tharp an
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Scroll First Published By Echo S taff
The Scroll is the yearbook of the Arkansas State
Teachers College. It was first published by the Echo
staff in 1915. The name of the Scroll was chosen
through a contest in which all students at the col-
lege submitted possible names.
The first edition contained 130 pages, had a thin
paper back of purple and gray, and was dedicated
to Otis T. Wingo, one of the founders of the college.
The Scroll staff attempts to provide a record of
the facts and events which occur during the school
year. The number of pages of the annual has in-
creased each year, and many other changes have
been made, including color, style, and themes.
From a project of the Echo staff to a publication
of the senior class, the Scroll finally attained a staff
of its own with offices in the Student Center. Work
on the Scroll is a year-round job, with the annual
finally Corning out in the latter part of the second
This year's award for being most helpful on the
Scroll goes to Thelma Williams, Susan La Fontaine,
and "Sam," for doing a little bit of everything.
Karl Weathers served as editor of the Scroll this
year and David White was business manager.
Karl Weathers and Mary "Sam" Pendergrass talk over some problems with Mr. H. B. Hardy.
Ed Shelton. Mr. Hardy. Nancy Green. Benny Hollis, Susan La Fontaine and
Iimmy Walker work at the last minute to finish the copy for the Scroll.
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C. T. Purdom
The Young Democrats Club, organized on the
Arkansas State Teachers College campus in the fall
of 1962, is one of many such clubs in the state.
The goal of the Young Democrats Club is the in-
forming of its members of the objectives of the Demo-
cratic Party and the platforms of its candidats by cre-
ating an interest in better government. During the
course of the year, this club invites prominent Demo-
cratic leaders in the state to speak at their meetings.
This year, officers of the Young Democrats include
Bobby Castile, president: C. T. Purdom, first vice-pres-
identp Iimmy Minor, second vice-president: Susie Min-
ton, female vice-president: Marge Lingo, secretary, and
Sue Siever, treasurer. The Club is sponsored by Mr.
Charles M. Evans
Jimmy Minor Susie Minton Marge Lingo Sue Siever
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Young Republicans Formed I n, 1963
The Arkansas State Teachers College chapter of
Young Republicans was organized in 1963 under the
sponsorship of Mr. Charles Evans.
The purposes of this organization are to develop
its members on campus into an intelligent, aggressive,
and cooperative Republican group. Its members are en-
couraged to participate in the many activities of the Re-
publican party and to help in providing the student body
with practical political facts.
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The Tophatters: Greig Clough, Hugh Barnes, Homer Brown, Loyd Williams, Charles Debor, Phil McLarty, E. O. Huddleston, Don Owen, George
Davis, Brian Perry, David Chism, Albert Conrad, Larry Ward, David Ritter, Robert Daniels.
David Gene Ritter
Members of the Brass Choir are: Brian Perry, David Chism, Albert Conrad, Larry Ward. Brad
Thompson. Richard Knox, Don Halverson, Iames Holcomb, Phil McLarty, E. O. Huddleston, Don
Owen, Dalles Lelleur, Earlene Lang, George Davis, Iohn Arnhart, Paul Wilson.
This is ASTC! Not only are we "the friendliest college
in Arkansas," but also an active and growing one. The
real ASTC is seen in the activities of her students. In
this section we see the highlights of the past year.
We are indeed a growing ASTC that many alumnae
returning for the first time in several years would
hardly recognize. Advancements have been made in
the academic field and in extracurricular programs
which help one develop interests that last a lifetime.
There is an abundance of cultural programs includ-
ing! lectures, forums, concerts, art exhibitions, and
plays such as Twelfth Night by the Helen Hayes
Repertoire. Social activities such as dances and movies
are not neglected either: nor are special activities like
the Miss ASTC pageant, the SCA Carnival, Hooten-
hi is ASTC
annies, the Christmas dance, and the Candlelighting
Ceremony. T C o
Thus we see that to say "This is ASTC" can have
different meanings for different people. To some ASTC
and its activities are mainly mental and intellectual, to
others ASTC may merely be a social organ, but to the
Well-rounded student it is a college campus where he
can grow spiritually, mentally, and physically. Each
activity should enrich the student's personality and
help develop his character.
Sometimes social and recreational activities can
provide relaxation to a tired student. Scott Stark and
Tommy Nelson seem to find bowling a good way to
relax between classes. g , g
Highways, freeways, and country lanes lead stu-
dents to the "Friendliest College in Arkansas." This is
the first glimpse of Conway seen by students who are
coming from the northern and western parts of the
state on highways 64-65. The restaurants on either
will become regular "hangouts" for after game meet-
ings and for studying for finals.
This is the cordial greeting extended by the "City
of Co1leges" to students arriving from the northeast
section of the state. These clubs prove the citizens of
Conway realize their civic responsibility.
During the wee morning hours, the downtown
business district of Conway is silent, but some-
where in the city, a student of ASTC is bound
to be roving either studying, harassing some-
one in the dorm, going out to eat, or chasing a
An afternoon of mehem best describes
the situations that occur as students move
into dormitories. Cars, trucks, and even
motorcycles groan from the load of "nec-
essities" that will be needed for the next
nine months. While "sister" is packing
her paraphernalia, she fails to realize
that all of this must be carried up stairs,
but if father does not have apoplexy and
brother keeps tongue in cheek, eventual-
ly everything will find its way into her
room. Upon unpacking, she will find that
the real necessities have been left at
home, 200 miles away. This will soon be
forgotten as unpacking continues and she
realizes there isn't room for what she has
Harold Cross after heanng for the third time Even though registration days are hec-
Th1s Class IS closed' tries to rearrange his trial tic, Mr. Osborn assures Mac Troy that
"These things too shall pass."
Saturday nights often found ASTC stu-
dents at Estes Field for a football game.
These games ranged from regular games
to the spectacular Homecoming game. In
the Harding game, Bears were all over the
place. With Ioe Fred Young i509 on bottom
of the pile, and lim Turner C233 on top of
it, we couldn't be beat.
Seven thousand people saw Barbara Io
Rogers, a senior from Batesville crowned
1964-65 Homecoming Queen. Ruling with
Barbara Io were Gaye Nichols and Sue
Cummings, Senior Maids: Pat Cantrell,
Iunior Maid: Peggy Munsey, Sophomore
Maid: and Ann Linneman, Freshman Maid.
All of the Greek organizations on campus have
a spring social such as a banquet, or a formal. Alpha
Sigma Alpha's spring formal was in the middle of
April. The theme of the formal was "Moonlight and
Roses," and was carried out by having two archways
Gary Scroggs, senior art major, exhibited many
types of paintings and sculpture at his art show in the
Student Center Ballroom. Several other artists ex-
in the room covered with roses. There were little stars
hanging all around the room, and a large blue and
white star hung from the center of the ceiling with the
Greek letters ASA underneath the star. These couples
are dancing to the music provided by the Shamrocks.
hibited many lovely and unusual paintings in other
exhibits. Students, faculty, and visitors were welcomed
to see these exhibits.
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Lowell McC1anahan and lanet Parchman rode in parade. Lowell was SCA president first semester. Ianet
the car that represented the SCA in the Homecoming was the bride in the SCA Friendship Ceremony.
The T-Steppers mark time as they await the be- purple and white uniforms, the T-Steppers lend color
ginning of the 1964-65 Homecoming parade. In their to the pre-game program of the football games.
Miller Williams, a member of the English faculty
at LSU gave a talk entitled "Nobody Plays the Piano,
but We Like to Have It In the House" on campus No-
vember 24, l964. Mr. Williams poems have been pub-
lished in many different magazines and in a book.
The freshmen and the upperclassmen were united
in the annual Friendship Ceremony October 21, in the
W. C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel. Danny Steele rep-
resented the upperclassmen and Janet Parchman rep-
resented the freshmen. Mr. H. B. Hardy, Director of
Placement, presided at the ceremony.
Reverend Robert Veon of Clarksville, was the
guest speaker for Religious Emphasis Week this year.
Religious Emphasis Week was sponsored by the Stu-
dent Christian Association.
"'The Corn is Green" was done in three-quarter
round by Alpha Psi Omega March 24, 25, and 26. The
three-act play was directed by Miss Sue Lineback.
who was assisted by Dianna Denton and David White.
Bruce Roberts, who played Iohn Iones, is shown in
The eighth annual Toilet Bowl gridiron classic
was played in November of 1964. As Tommy lack-
son and Doug Newkirk look on, Ierry Ioe Harrison
"Crowns" Sherry Scott Toilet Bowl Queen. Sherry's
escort was Ronnie Sivley.
Arkansas' Dairy Princess, Secretary of Agri-
culture Orville Freeman, Ann Landers, advice
columnist, the National Dairy Princess and friend
appeared on campus for the annual Central Ar-
kansas Milk Producers Association convention
held March 26. Miss Landers talked on people
in general, problems and changes in teenagers.
Secretary Freeman discussed the relationship be-
tween farms and the government.
The Music Department
presented the musical "Car-
nival" as a means to obtain
funds to go to the Worlds
Fair in New York.
The overall theme of "Car-
nival" ws the typical "shy
girl meets boy routine," with
Marian Riddell as Lili, the
shy girl. As a contrast from
Li1i's sweetness, was Richard
Iones as Marco the Magnif-
icent, a two-timing cassa-
nova. The foil of Marco the
Magnificent was Tom Iared
as Paul Berthalet. The most
loved character was Iac-
quot, left, a French circus
hand played by Rod Hocott.
The Incomparable Rosalie
played by Mary Iim Sliger.
All in all "Carnival" was a
definite success as was seen
from the standing ovation
from the audience the first
Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity held its 8th annual
frontier week beginning December 7. A few of the
activities included a shoot-out in front of Miss Kitty's,
a faculty test robbery and a hanging with a Boot Hill
burial. The week was climaxed with a dance which
lack Nance and his band from New York played.
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"let down their hair" for
Sadie Hawkins Day. Ac-
tivities included beard
growing contests, Marrin'
Sam, who arranges spe-
cial plans for marriages,
two bits and up, depend-
ing upon the formality
of the ceremony. Andy
Prince and Brenda Turner
took time to have their
picture taken with Bill
Mr. Hardy, in a moment of exasperation ex-
claims a few choice words after being informed
that the pictures needed for a page have not
been printed, the copy that was typed is miss-
ing, and the final page layouts cannot be found.
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The members of Theatre Group 20 of London,
England, are limbering up just before their perform-
ance of "The Beggar's Opera." One of the outstand-
ing members of this group was Shivaun O'Casey,
daughter of Sean O'Casey, the late Irish play-
wright. Beggar's Opera is not an opera in the
general sense but more of a "ballad opera," mak-
ing use of folk ballads, mandolins, and a harpsi-
chord. Beggar's Opera proved to be one of the
most enjoyable and controversial productions pre-
sented. Extensive use of comic masks, and gaudy
make-up, was essential to members of Theatre
Group 20 in their production of Beggar's Opera.
Here Allan Adams is applying his make-up.
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The feeling of pride and accomplishment was
present as Miss Dorothy Long cmd Miss Ellis presided
at the Pi Kappa Alpha Open House in Arkansas Hall.
Leading the Homecoming parade is one of the bet-
ter parts of being an ASTC cheerleader. Our Cheer-
leaders work long hours leading pep rallies and lead-
They were assisted by Mr. Behrens, a sponsor of the
ing cheers at football and basketball games.
girls are the rallying point of "Bear Spirit."
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Ianuary 20, 1965, saw Lyndon B. Iohnson
inaugurated President of the United States. The
ASTC band was Arkansas' representative in
the parade. The band is shown marching past
the reviewing stand in which President and
Mrs. Iohnson and Vice-President Humphrey are
standing. Swinging into "Dixie" as they passed
in front, the band made a good impression:
especially Phyllis Lemke on David Brinkley.
The ASTC Choir has been invited to sing
at the New York World's Fair during Arkansas
Week, September 12-18, 1965. The Choir has
made plans to fly to New York. They will be in
New York for three days. The Choir gave three
performances of "Carnival" to raise money to
finance the trip.
Representative of ASTC's many talented stu-
dents are the Riverside Singers. They have
worked together since November 1964. They
sing American and Russian folk songs and
Jewish and Negro spirituals.
Bud Bell Ccenterl plays a tenor banjo, Kay
Wallace plays a five-string banjo, Pete Wig-
gins plays a bass, and the girls, Shelia Fields,
Suzie Mabury and Sue Ann Wright, sing. The
Riverside Singers were ASTC's entry in the
AIC talent show.
Richard Smith, Iames Futrell, and David
White hold the trophies to be awarded during
the 35th Mid-South Debate Contest which was
held on campus with teams from Arizona, Ar-
kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Missis-
sippi, and Alabama participating. The plaque
was won by the debate team in a debate in
Larry Tabor pumps in two points for the Bears. Long range A
shooting accuracy enabled the Bears to defeat Hendrix. Y
One important part of ASTC life
is sports. In this instance, the sport
is basketball. President Snow con-
gratulates Coach Cliff Horton as
the Bears take another step toward
the AIC Championship. The most
important aspect of campus life is
classroom work. Dr. Orville Rock
Cbelowl puts his vast knowledge
to good use in Man and Civiliza-
tion, the freshman history course.
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We owe the publication ot our Scroll to our adver- l
tisers for without them its publication would have been
impossible. Contributors over the state realize that it
"pays to advertise" for student trade. They realize that
it is through advertisements that businesses bring their
products to the public eye.
Many contributors are in an ideal position not only
to Watch the formation of this Scroll but to see past
and future progress of ASTC. Many of these business-
men are directly involved in the activities of the col-
lege and itsstudentsp others have been closely affili-
ated with the physical growth of the college or the
physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of the stu-
dents. Many others take this opportunity to thank the
students and faculty who have aided their businesses.
Let's remember it pays us as students and faculty
to do business with the people who take an active
interest in our progress.
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gs 76, 90, 195, 205
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75, 90, 210, 234,
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BOARDMAN, BARBARA, 1, Rt. 3, Mtn. Home
1313 Pine Valley, LR 90, 219,
BOYER, RONALD, 2, Rt. 1, Conway
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BRADLEY, SANDRA, 1, Rt. 1 Harrisburg 144, 276,
BRADY, BOBBIE, 4, Rt. 3, Vilonia
BRADY, IIM, 3, 5119 East Roosevelt, LR
BRADY, IIMMY, 3, Rt. 3, Vilonia
BRADY, MARTIN, 1, 5516 Southwood Dr., LR
BRANDT, ROBERT, 3, 1401 Cedar, LR
BRANNAN, BETTY, 3, Greenbrier
BRANNAN, BOBBY, 2, 1938 Scott, Conway
BRANNAN, ESTHER, 2, 2124 Ada, Conway
BRANNAN, FRANK, 4, 2124 Ada, Conway
BRANNAN, LANNY, 4, Little Rock 76,
BRANNAN, ROBERT. IR., 1, 1422 Robins, Conway
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BRATCHER, CARROL, Mayflower
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BREEDING, MERLE, 4, 1901 W. Second, Little Rock 91, 145,
BRENNES, RICHARD, 1, 103 Hutson Dr., Hot Springs
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BRENTS, SUE, 1, Iacksonville 145, 255, 276, 279,
BRESHEARS, CHARLES, 4, 156 Sunset Dr., NLR 114.
BREWER, CHARLOTTE, 1, Rt. 1, Box 68, Ioiner
BREWER, EDWIN, 1, Rt. 4, Green Forest
BRICKELI., LEONARD, 1, 914 Vine, Iacksonville
BRIDGMAN, 1. A., 2, Wilburn
BRIDGMAN, LINDA, 1, Rt. 1, Solgohachia
BRIGGERS, IAYNE, 1, Tuckerman
BRIGGLER, RAYMOND, 4, Rt. 1, Hattieville
BRIGHTOP, AUSTIN, 1, 7 Nob Hill Core, LR
BRINKLEY, MARIALYCE, 4, 205 Center, Morrilton 91, 236,
BRITTON. AVA, 4, Vilonia
BRITTON. IOHN, 3, Box 26, Vilonia
BROCKETT, DIANE, 1, 820 Trammel Rd., NLR
BROCKETT, LYNN, 2, 820 Trammel Road, NLR 128,
BROCKINGTON, JERRY, 2, 2618 E. Washington, NLR
BROOKS, BETTY, 1, 2511 Fair Park Blvd, LR
BROOKS, ANN. 3, Rt. 3, Box 37, Crossett 114,
BROOKS, SALLIE, 2, 133 Viewpoint Dr., Fayetteville
BROOM, BRENDA, 1, Marvell 145,
BOARDMAN, IAMES, 2, Rt. 3, Box 225, NLR
BOAST, IERREL, 4, 850 Claud Rd., Pine Bluif 113,
BOAST, WAYMON, 1, 850 Claud Rd., Pine Bluff
BOAZ, RICHARD, 1, 505 Harpale, Iacksonville
BOAZ, RONALD, 3, 1408 Hill St., Iacksonville
BOHANNAN, LINDA, l, 108 Carl Ave., Berryville
BOHANNON, CALVIN, 1, 213 W. Halliburton, Dewitt
BOHANNON, EDITH, 4, Leslie
BOHART, PAMELA, 4, 412 N. Highland, Fayetteville
BOLDEN, MARTHA, 1, 330 Augusta, Conway
BOLDING, CLAUDE, 1, Cooks, Trailer, Searcy
BOLDING, SANDRA, 1, Rt. 1, Royal
, ALBERT, 1, Rt. 1, Humnoke
, BARBARA, 3, Rt. l, Perryville
, GLORIA, 1, 604 W. Braden, Iacksonville
, IIMMY, 3, 1718 W. 13, NLR
IUDITH, 4, Box 184 Rt. 6, St. Ioseph, Mo. 91, 205
BROWN, MARILYN, 1, 209 Martin, Benton
BROWN, MARTHA, 2, Holly Grove
BROWN, PEGGY. 4, Damascus 91, 230
BROWN, PHILIP, 2, 1615 Iohnson, Iacksonville
, RONNIE, 2, Rt. 3, Vilonia
, RUTH, 1, Rt. 2, Box 171, Vilonia
, THOMAS, 2, 914 Franklin, Helena
BOLIN, SARAH, 4, Mountain View
BOLLS, IUDITI-I, 1, Rt. 1, Carlisle
BOLLS, IAINE, 2, Rt. 1, Carlisle,
BOND, CONNIE, 2, 1811 Louisiana, LR
BONDS, RAYMOND, 3, Rt. 3, Clinton
BONE, BETTY, 1, Rt. 2, Des Arc
BONE, PATRICIA, 1, 615 Court, Lonoke
BONE, PATTI. l, 826 Broad St., Batesville
BONGE, DENNIS, 2, 707 Blossom, NLR 128
BROWNING, WILLIAM, 555 Mitchell, Conway
BRUEGGEMAN, PEGGY, 2, 5603 Stonewall, LR
BRYANT, ROBERT, 1, 136 Oliver, Conway 145'
BRUTON, GRETCHEN, 3, 1020 S. 18th, Fort Smith
BRYANT, WILLIAM, 508 N. James, Jacksonville
BUCK, WILLIAM, 1, 3815 Willow, NLR
BUCKINGHAM, DORIS, 2, 1907 Airport Rd., Hot Springs
BUMGARDNER, ROBERT, 1, Rt. 2, Box 18, Scott
BUNE, TERRY, 1, Mt. Vernon
BORDERS. MARY LOU, 2, Rt. 2, Box 82A, Scott
BORENGASSER, MARY, 1, 105 Sheridan, NLR
BORGARD, WANDEANA, 4, 11.12 N. Taylor, LR
75, 114, 238, 258,
BOSTIC, LAYTON, 1, Kensette
Bunronn, MARSHALL, 3, 2701 Magnolia, Pine Bluff
LINDA, 3, Casa
BURGESS, IOE, 4, 321 Pritcard, Berryville
BURGESS, WILLIAM, 1, Box 74, Greenbrier
BURK, IUDY, 3, Camp
BURLESON, LARRY, 3, Rt. 1, Yellville 114, 188,
BURNETT, SHEILA, 2, 1911 Coker Hampton Drive, Stuttgart
BURNEY, ROBERT, 4, Rt. 4, Conway
BURRIS, IANELDA, 4. 331 S. Glenwood, Russellville
BURROW, LAURA, 4, Rt. 2, Box 76A, Conway
BURT, OCIA, 3, Clinton
BURTON, HILDA, 4, Rt. 1. Box 1, Charleston 91, 257, 258,
BURTON, MARGARET, 4, 325 N. Church, Charleston
BURTON, ROGER, 3 ,Box 210, Magnolia 175,
BUSH, FRANK, 2, Rt. 1, Haynesville, Louisiana
BUSH, RAYMOND, 3, Rt. 1, Box 165, Conway
BUTKIEWICZ, IOHN, 3, 711 Broadway, Rome, New York
BUTLER, MICHAEL, 1, 1322 W. lst, NLR 145, 197. 221,
BUTLER, RICKY, 1, Rt. 2, Hope
BUTLER, TOMMIE, 1, 308 E. Valley, Morrilton
BYRD, WANDA, 4, 117 Wilson, Iacksonville
CALLAI-IAN, MARY, 4, 212 Plainvier Circle, NLR
CALLAWAY, NORMAN. 4, No. 1. Betswood, Little Rock 91,
CALLOWAY, IAMES, 2, 807 South Richards, Benton 129, 197,
CLEMENTS, IANICE, 1, 1729 Clifton, Conway
CLEMENTS, SUZANNE, 1, 5213 Randolph, NLR
CLEMENTS, WILLIAM, 1, 1120 N. Monroe, LR
CLOUGH. GREGORY, 4, 105 N. 13, Van Buren
COFFELT, CECELIA, 3, 902 Rector Building, LR
BARBARA, 1, 1209 Reynolds, Clarksville
MARY, 2, Box 828, ASTC, Conway
RAYMOND, 4, Morrilton
COFFEY, LARRY. 3, 408 Merriman, Conway
COGGINS, IOYCE, 1, 306 Meadowbrook, Dr., Hot Springs
COHEN, EDWARD, 2, 6614 W. Markham, LR
COKER, HELEN, 1, 3720 Camp Robinson, NLR
COKER, LAMONT, 1, Rt. 1, Box 172, Conway
COLBURN, IERRY. 2, 22 Quillen Ave., NLR
COLCLASURE, IAMES, 3, Box 315, Carlisle
CAMERON, SUZANNE, 1, 1602 W. Emma, Springdale
CAMPBELL, BEVERLY. 3, Witts Springs
CAMPBELL CARROLL, 3, Rt. 3, Clinton
CAMPBELL, DORCAS, 1, 5908 Hawthorne, LR
IAMES, 2, 1275 Dolan, Memphis, Tennessee
IERRY, 4, 1275 Dolan, Memphis, Tennessee 114, 177,
CANON, RAYMOND, l, Rt. 1, Box 99, Iacksonville
CANTRELL, IIMMIE, l, Rt. 2, Conway
CANTRELL, PATSY, 3. 820 Mitchell Conway 69, 114, 234, 254, 284,
CARELOCK. IUANICE, 1, Rt. 1, Box 357X, E1 Dorado 145,
CARMACK, NANCY, 1, 2922 Kinkead Ave., Fort Smith
CARMICHAEL. FOREST, 2, Rt. 2, Cabot
COLE, BRENDA, 1, Rt. 1, Center Ridge
COLE, HERBERT, 2, 105 North Pecan, Searcy
COLE, NORMA, 1, 320 N. Iackson, LR
COLE, IEAN, 1, NLR
COLEMAN. CHARLES, 4, Rudy
COLEMAN, EDWARD, 1, P.O. Box 42, Elaine
COLEMAN GEALY, 2, 1117 Clifton Conway
COLEMAN. MARGUERITE, 1, 105 Belmont Dr., NLR
COLEMAN, MAXINE, 4, 509 Sierra Madre. NLR
COLLINS, ROBERT, 1, 113 Peterson St., Dumas
COLQUITT, Sharon, 1, 317 Center, Conway
COLVERT, CAROLYN, 4, Springdale
COMBS, IUDY, 917 S. Elm., Little Rock
COMBS, IUDY, 3, Rt. 3, Greenbrier
COMER, CLYDE, 3, P.O. Box 66, McCory 115, 201,
COMPTON, PEGGY, 4, Box 845, ASTC, Conway
COMSTOCK, HAROLD, 1, South Donaghey, Conway
CONLEY, LINDA, 1, Havana
CARPENTER, SARA, l. 7215 Cloverdale Dr., LR 145,
CARPENTER, SHARON, 1, 301 Carpenter Dr.. LR
CARR, CAROLYN, 3, 2415 College Ave., Conway 114,
CARR, GLENDAY RUTH, 4, Center Ridge, Arkansas
CARR, TEDDY. 1, 300 S. Monroe, Dewitt
CARREL, ROGER, 3, Rt. 2, Box 8. Damascus
CARROLL, CLAUDIA, 1, 11 Brickton Place, LR
CARSON, KATHLEEN, 4, 1717 S. T. St., Fort Smith
CONNER, BURNETTA, 3, Box 194, Salem
CONRAD, BARBARA, 3, 705 W. 11, Stuttgart
CONRAD, KAREN. 1, 500 Protho, NLR
COOK, FAYE, 615 Monroe, Conway
COOK, ED., IR., 4, 3223 Chandler, NLR
COOK. IAMES, 2, Rt. 2, Lonoke
KAREN, 1, 305 Pinewood, Hot Springs
RODNEY, 2, 1308 Garland, NLR
CARTER, EDWARD, 1, 1905 E. Second, NLR
CARTER, LARRY, 3, Rt. 2, Atkins
CARTER, LELAND, 1. t. 5, Box 474D, LR
CARTER, ROBET, 3. 624 Ash, Conway
CARTER, SUZANNE, 2, 616 Watkins, Conway
CARTWRIGHT, PATSY, 2, Rt. 2, Box 173, Vilonia
CARUTHERS, NEIL, 1, Box 36, Greenbrier
CASE, COY, 4, Rt. 4, Batesville
CASE, IIMMY, 1, Rt. 4, Batesville
CASH, PAMELA, 4, 5321 Schaer, NLR
CAST, HERSCHEL, IR., 1, 100 Linwood Court. LR
CASTILE, ROBERT, 3, 213 Iames, Iacksonville
CASTLEBERRY, CHARLSIE, Rt. 3, Greenbrieg
CATE, PHILIP, 1, 203 N. W. F. St., Bentonville, Ark.
CATEN. WILLIAM, 3, 615 E, 21st, LR
CATES, GAYLE, 2. 5505 C, Little Rock
CATHCART, IAMES, 1, 5410 B. St., LR
CATHEY, DONALD, 1 ,414 Highland, Paragould
CATO, HARREL, 3, Box 54, Rosebud
CAVEN, LINDA, 2, 822 Righton, Helena
CERRATO, CAROLYN, I, 5205 Allen. NLR
CHAMBERLIN, SHARON, 3, 1530 Bruce. Conway
CHAMBERS, IOE, 4, 209 S. Monroe, Dewitt
CHANDLER, WALLACE, 4, Rt. 1, Box 163, Tyronza
CHANEY, PAMELA, 2, Rt. 4, Harrison
CHAPMAN, LARRY, 1, P.O. Box 27, Holly Grove
CHARTON, LAVONNA, 1, Rt. 2, Morrilton
CHASTAIN, CHERYL, 1, 811 Shamrock, NLR
CHENAULT, FRANK, 3, 501 3rd St., Benton
CHERRY, IIM, 1, 701 Braden, Iacksoriville
CHESIRE PATRICIA, 1, 214 N. Spruce, LR
CHESSER, EDGAR, 1, Rt. l, Box 169. Crossett
CI-IILTON, LINDA, 2, 2221 Blackwood, LR
CHISM. DAVID, 1, 601 S. Moses, Hope 255, 276. 281.
CHRISTELLO, ROSEMARY, 3, P.O. Box 33, Alma 115, 230, 254
92, l74,, 195
COOPER, IERRY, 1, 1715 S. Hwy. 161, Iacksonville
COOPER, MARTHA ANN, Almyra
COSSEY, IIMMY, 2, Clinton
COUGHLIN, CALVIN, 3, 106 St. Vencent, Morrilton
COULTER, MARILYN, 1, 1719 W. 44th, NLR
COURSEY, BETTY, 4, 2003 Bruce, Conway
COURSEY, IEFF, 3, 2003 Bruce St., Conway
COVINGTON, MARY, 4, 2111 Robinson, Conway
COX, GERALD, 3, Parkview Apts., Conway
COX, MARILYN, 4, 516 Market, Benton
COX, PI-IYLLIS, 2, 519 S. E. 5th St., England
COX, SARAH, 1, 406 E, Mill, Malvern
COX, WALTER, 3, 216 E. 22, NLR
CRABTREE, LARRY, 4, 620 Spring, Heber Springs
CRABTREE, SANDRA, 3, 620 Spring, Heber Springs
CRAFTON, LARRY, 2, 1715 S. Hwy. 161, Iacksonville
CRAIG, MARIORIE, 1, 217 W. 5th St., NLR
CRAIG, MARY ANN, 2. 622 Summit, LR
CRAIN, DANNY, 4, 606 N. Birch, Searcy 166, 205,
CRAIN, DONALD, 4, Perry
CRAIN, GARY EDWARD, 1, 606 N. Birch, Searcy
CRANFORD, GLENDA, 1, NLR
CRANFORD, NELDA, 4, Lazy B Ranch, Wolf Bayou
CRATON, DELORES, 1, Rt. 2, Box 115, Iacksonville
CRATON, EVELYN, 4, Rt. 2, Box 115, lacksonville
CRAWFORD, IOYCE, 2, 401 Pittman, Blytheville
CRAWFORD, OZZIE, 1, 210 W. Church, Morrilton
CREEMER. ESTER, 3, Rt. 3, Siloam Springs
CREEMER. LEE, 4, 201 E. Remount Rd., NLR
CROOK, NATHAN, 4, Box 544 ASTC, Conway
CROOK, IANIS, l, 3517 Walker, LR
CROSBY, IAMES, 3, 600 W. Pleasure, Searcy
CROSBY. STELLA, 3, 1402 S. Maple, Stuttgart
CROSS, HAROLD, 1, 155 Pike Ave., lacksonville
CHURCHMAN, RAY, 1, 1714 Magnolia, NLR
CLANTON, DANIEL, 1, P.O. Box 133, Harrell
CLARK, DIANNE, 4, 211 Rice Ave., Lake City, Penn.
CLARK, IAMES, 2, Melbourne
CLARK, IOHN, IR., 1, Shirley
CLASSEN, THEODORE, 4, Charleston 115,
CLAYTON, GARY, 2, Salem
CROSS, SUSAN, 4, 1123 W. 34th, LR 65,
CROUCH, WILMA, 4, Rushing
CROUSE, BILLY, 4, 411 Donaghey, Conway
CROW, WARREN, 4, 3080 Bannockburn, Memphis, Tenn.
CROWDER, IERRY ,4, Rt. 1, Box 133. Mayilower
CROWELL, DENNIE, 3, 823 Tennessee St., Morrilton
CROWSON, IOYCE, 4, 1403 Robinson, Conway
CRUMPLER, ANNA, 1, 413 N. Center, Harrison
CULLOM, MARY LOU, 3, P.O. Box 264, Bradford
CUMMINGS. ALICE, 2, 114 E. 18th, NLR 130,
CUMMINGS. IUDY, 2, 5021 Allen, NLR 130, 232, 242, 249,
CUMMINGS, MARY, 2, 2300 N. Arthur, LR
CUMMINS, SUE, 4, 1104 Clifton, Conway 68, 93, 210, 234,
CUMMINS, WOODROE. 1, 406 Home St.. Marked Tree
CUNNINGI-IAM, LURA, 4, 1700 Poplar, Pine Bluff 115, 210, 232
CUPP, THOMAS, 3, 1011 Wallace, Malvern 130,
CURRIE. IOYCE, 2. 414 W. Maxwell. Dewitt
CURRY, RICHARD, 4, 709 N. Cedar, Apt. IB, LR
DACUS, LINDA, 2, 1109 Rich Road, West Memphis
DAILEY, BRADFORD, 4. 6603 Asher, LR
DALBY, PATSY, 1, Rt. 4, Box 45, Conway 94, 147, 242, 254
DALRYMPLE, SUSAN, 1, 110 Lambert Circle, Searcy
DALZIEL, DAVISON, 3, 313 Braden. Iacksonville
DALZIEL, MADELYN, l, 313 W. Braden, Iacksonville
DANIEL, ROBERT, 4, 511 W. Arch, Searcy
93, 222, 276, 286, 288, 289, 294
DANIELS, IOHN, 4, Central Baptist College, Conway
DARLING, WILLIAM, 2, 5901 N. Country Club, LR
DAULTON, PAUL. 2, 208 N. Monroe, LR
DAVENPORT, MABLE, 1, 1700 Franklin, NLR
DAVES, MARTHA, l,
800 W. Main, Heber Springs
DAVIDSON, GLENN, 1, Iacksonville 147.
DAVIDSON, LARRY, 1, 1928 Elizabeth Ave., Conway
DAVIDSON, SUSAN. 2, 404 E. 2nd St., NLR 232,
DAVIS BRENDA. 1, Rt. 3, Box 245, Conway
DAVIS. CAROL, 3, 111 Jefferson Dr., Camden
DAVIS, CAROLYN. 1, 8305 Ascension, LR 147,
DAVIS DANNA, 2, 417 N. Iackson, LR
DAVIS DAVID, 4, 359 Watkins, Conway
DAVIS, DORA. 4, Rt. 3, Paris 93, 250,
DAVIS, DOUGLAS, 1, Rt. 3, Paris
DAVIS GEORGE, 4, 1322 Bellemeade, Conway 276,
DAVIS IANET. 2, Rt. 3, Box 245, Conway 130,
DAVIS IEAN. 3, Rt. 3, Greenbrier
DAVIS, IOHNNY, 1, Umpire
DAVIS, LINDA, 3, 910 Kellogg, NLR 115, 249,
DAVIS PAUL, 1, 1735 Duncan, Conway
DAVIS SYBIL, 4, 4106 Maple, NLR
DAVIS, TOM, 362 Donaghey, Conway 93, 188, 189,
DAWSON, CURTIS. 1, Rt. 1, Rector
DAY, DAVID, 2, 512 Walnut, Augusta
DAY, ROBERT, 2, Box 316, Augusta 168,
DEBOARD, CHARLES, 1, 415 Oak, Conway 276
DEBOSE, CAROL. 1, Box 265, Carlisle 147,
DEETER, IAMES, 1. P.O. Box 731, Bald Knob
DELL, TILLIE, 2, 9 Rebecca Lane, Conway
DENISON. FRED, 3, Batesville
DENTON, DIANNE, 4, Rt. 3, Box 357, Benton 94
DEPRIEST, LAVEDA. 1, Paron 147,
DEBOARD, CHARLES, 1, Conway
DERRICK, I-IORACE, 1, 302 Healy, NLR
DERSCH, SHARON, 1, Stuttgart
DeSALVO, CHARLOTTE, 1, 3 Coral Lane
DEUSCHLE, FRANCIS, 2, 304 Henderson Ave., Hot Springs
DeVORE, DIANNE, 1, 510 Walter, NLR
DEWEY, GARY. 1, Box 63, Clinton
DIAL, RICHARD, 1, 3814 Orange, NLR
DICKERSON, CHARLOTTE, 1, 917 Ridge Rd., Benton
DIEDERICH, OTTO, 2, 1701 Poplar, NLR
DIESEL, SUSAN, 2, 2623 N. University, LR
DIFFIE. EDDIE, 1, NLR
DILES, ERIKA, 3, 2100 Arkansas Ave., Conway
DISBROW, OLIVE, 4, 5100 R. St.. Little Rock
DISBROW, SANDRA, 3, 211 E. 21st, LR
DISHEROON, GINGER. 2, Rt. 1, Alpena
DIXON. LARRY. 2, P.O. Box 521, Morrilton
DIXON. ROBERT, 4, 719 W. 24th, Pine Bluff
DOBBS, RICHARD, 4, Hazen
DODSON, IULIA, 1, 109 N. Spring, Searcy
DOLLAR, LENA, 4, Heber Springs
DOLLAR, RALPH. I, 216 Massey, Morrilton
DONALDSON, PATRICIA, 2. 4414 Maple, NLR
DONOVAN, THOMAS, 3, 529 3rd, Conway
DOOLY, DARRELL, 4, 5420 Free Ferry Rd., Fort
DORSCH, SHARON, 1, 1011 S. Porter, Stuttgart
DORSEY, ALTHEA, 4, Rt. 2, Box 16, Alma
DORSEY, JIMMY, 1, 1425 Davis, Conway
DOSHIER, IOHN, 1. Yellville
, Iacksonville 147
DOUTHIT, CARL, 2, 507 Sevier, Clarksville
DOWDEN, CHARLOTTE, 1. 1919 S. Van Buren, LR
DOYLE, MARY, 1, Highway 6, Conway
DOZIER, IOYCE, 4, 2070 College, Conway
DRAKE, IIMMY. 4, Morrilton
DUCH, BENNIE, 1, Rt. 2, Hazen
DUCHAMO, MICHELE, 1, Pleasant Plains
DUKE, RONNIE. 4, 209 Conard Cts., Conway
DUNAVAN, SANDRA, 2, Box 71, Marvell
DUNAWAY, IACKIE, 3. 48 W. Mont., LR
DUNAWAY, WILLIAM, 4, 440 Western Ave., Conway
DUNCAN, IERRY, 1, 307 N. Griffin, Morrilton
DUNMIRE, KAREN, 2, 366 Donaghey, Conway
DUNN, ELIZABETH. 4, Rt. 1, Tinsman
DURAN, GERALD, 4, 716 Wildwood, NLR 94 226
DURAN, RUTH, 4, Wingo Hall, Conway
DYER, IIMMY, 4, 24 Arkansas St., Van Buren 76, 94
EANS, DIXIE, 2. Rt. 1, Griffithville
EARLES, RICHARD, 1, 1316 State. Pine Bluff
EARNHEART, LEE, l, Rt. 4, Batesville
EASTMAN, DONALD, 2. 806 Pecan, Helena
EATON, MARY IANE, 2, 610 Donaghey, Conway
EDDINGS, SHIRLEY, 1, Hasty. Ark.
EDDY. JOSEPH, 2, 924 Cumberland. LR
EDENS, IAMES, 1, 105 Center. Bald Knob
EDENS, MARY, 3, Rt. 2, St. loe
EDGIN, SHARON, 4, Clarendon
EDGMON, BETTY, 3, Rt. 3, Greenbrier
EDMONSON, MARIORIE, 2. 6 Lynnwood Dr.. Searcy
EDWARDS, EMMALEE. 2, 2220 Lee. Conway
EDWARDS, MARY. 1, 808 E. Main, Blytheville
EDWARDS, PHILLIP, 1, Rt. 2, Box 6, Damascus
EDWARDS, TERRY, 2, R.R. 1, Gassville
ELEY, ROLAND, 1, 2220 Boulevard, Little Rock
ELLIOT, BARBARA. 2, Box 10A, Star Route, Palestine
ELLIOTT, IAMES, 4. 419 Shamrock, LR
ELLIOTT, IANIS, 1, 419 Shamrock, LR
ELLIOTT, REBECCA. 1. 312 Bayles, Hot Springs
ELLIS, CHARLES. 1, Box 16, Clarendon
ELLIS, EUGENE, 2, Rt. 1, Box 56, Rudy
ELLISON, PEARL, 4. 3217 Russell, Fort Smith
EMBERTON, IANIS, 1, 134 Melrose, NLR
ENDERLIN, VIRGINIA. 4. Rt. 4, Box 41, Conway
ENGLAND, BRENDA, 1, Arsenal
EOFF, BILL, 1, Clinton
EOFF, LADONNA, 2. Shirley
EOFI-', WENDELL, 4, Box 778 ASTC. Conway
EPPERSON, ROBERT, 4, 313 Eureka St,, Berryville
EPPERSON, THOMAS, 3, 801 Walter, NLR
ESCH, PHILLIP, 1, 5203 Pike Ave., NLR
ESKOLA, GLENN, I. 700 W. 11th St., Panama City, Florida
ESKOLA, IAMES, 3, 700 W. 11th St., Panama City, Florida
ETI-IERIDGE. CLARK, 1, Brinkley
ETHRIDGE, IULIAN, 3, 1106 Clifton, Conway
EUDY, ALLEN, 1. Box 252, Russell
EVANS, EVELYN, 2, 606 Pebble, Benton
EVANS, LINDA, 2, Bee Branch
EVANS, MILDRED, 4, RR 1, Ward
EVANS. ROBERT, 3, 1513 Marianna, Memphis, Tenn.
EVANTS, LOIS, l, 809 Beech. Crossett
EWAN, IULIA, 4, Clarendon
EWING, MARY, 3, 3400 Newton, Fort Smith
EZELL, BARBARA, 1, Box 63, Perryville
FAGAN, CAROLYN SUE, 1, 1623 Davis, Conway 8
FAITH, HELEN. 1. Rt. 2, Beebe
FAITH, WILLIAM, 3. 20 Cloverdale, Searcy
FALLS, DORA, 2, Rt. I, Box 333K, Pine Bluff
PARISH, ALICE, 1, 7109 Marguerite Lane, LR
PARISH, DONALD. 2, 2502 Lakeland, El Dorado
FARLEY, BARBARA, 1, Rt. 4, Box 47, Conway
FARRAR, EDWARD, 4, 901 N. 56th St., Fort Smith
FARRIOR. PAT, 4, 240 Donaghey, Conway 76, 210, 255
FARRIS, GLYNDA, 4, Parkin
FARRIS, LYNDA, 4, Box 6, Parkin
FAULK, CHARLES, 1. 1306 W. 21st, NLR
FAULK, IOHNNY, 1, Rt. 1, Heth
FAULK, RICHARD. I, 1619 W. llth, Pine Bluff
FELDMAN, LILLIAN, 4, Helena
FELTS. HOWARD. 2, Box 295, Ioiner
FENDLEY. CAROLYN. 3, Leslie
FENNELL, ABBIE, 4, Rt. 1, Elaine
FERGUSON. RICHARD, 2, P.O. Box 512, New Boston, Texa
FIDDLER. CHRIS. 1, Rt. 2, Vilonia
FIELDER. GLYNDA, 3, 801 N. Hughes, LR ll6, 210, 219,
FIELDING, IACK. 1, 4205 Ridgeroad, NLR
FIELDS. SHEILA. 1, 715 N. Fillmore, LR
FILES. LINNDA, 2, Rt. 4, McCrory
FINCH, SHARON, 1, Rt. 3, Heber Springs
FINLEY. IAMES. 2, 1609 Sycamore, NLR
FISCHER. SUSAN, 1, 6209 Kenwwood Rd., LR
FISHER, ALICE. 3, 509 N. Holly, Beebe
FISHER. BILLY. 2, Cotton Plant
FISHER. HELEN, 4, 8 Cherokee Circle, Conway
FISHER. LARRY. 4, Beebe
FITZGERALD. IOHN. 1, 4502 Camp Robinson, NLR
FLACK. DONALD. 2, Box 203, Clinton
FLACK. RONALD. 2, Box 203, Clinton
FLAKE. RUTH. 1. 105 Indian Trail, LR
FLEMING. ALICE. 4, 2110 Bruce, Conway
FLETCHER. IUDITH ANN. 2, 2915 Circlewood Rd., LR 131,
FLEWELLEN. VIVIAN. 3, Box 55, Perryville
FLOYD. LARRY. 3, Box 133, Huntington
FLOYD, THOMAS. 4, Box 815 ASTC, Conway
FOREMAN. CAROLE. 1, Box 37, Wabash
FOREMAN, JACK, 4, 1918 Robinson, Conway
FORT. SHARON. 4, 207 Seminary, Warren 95, 239.
FOSTER. CAROL. 2, Hanover Rt., Mountain View
FOSTER. VICKI, 1, 2008 Oak, Pine Bluff
FOWLER. IAMES. 3, 1831 Robbins, Conway
FOWLKES. WANDA. 4, Rt. 1, Austin 116,
FOX, BARBARA. 2, 407 E. 2nd, NLR
FOX, EMOGENE. 3, Box 125, Bald Knob
HARRIET. 2, 108 Military Road, Helena
WILLIAM. 3, 233 S. 9th, W. Helena
HARY DON. 2, Bee Branch
FREYALDENHOVEN. CARL. 1, Rt. 1, Box 221 A, Conway
FREYALDENHOVEN. EDDIE. 3, Rt, 1, Conway
FRIDAY. GREGORY, 1, 700 West Markham, LR
FROST. LARRY. 4, 927 W. Sevier, Benton 95, 195, 201,
FULLER. BARBARA. 1, Box 331, Conway
FULLER. LINDA. 3, Hattieville
FULLERTON. IAMES. 1, Rt. 2, Damascus
FULLINGTON. PHYLLIS, 2, 1325 Steward, Benton
IACK, 3, 1136 Ash, Conway
IAMES. 2, 1136 Ash, Conway
IAN. 1, Rt. 1, Box 174, Hot Springs
LENA. 3, 2106 Hairston, Conway
ALICE. 2, 113 N. Iackson, Dewitt
FUNDERBURG, DANNY. 2, Rt. 2, Box 45. NLR 131,
FUNK. ELLEN. 2, 236 W. Grand Ave., Hot Springs
FURGERSON. LINDA. 3, 1504 Prince, Conway
FUTRELL, IAMES, 3, 213 S. Locust, Conway
GABE. CHARLES. 4, 604 N. Charles, Searcy
DOROTHY, 3, Rt. 2, McCrory
GALLOWAY, WILLIAM, 1, 111 Popler, Clarksville
GARNER. DALE. 3, Hasty
GARNER. DAVID, 3, 902 W. 34th, NLR 73.
GARNER. IOHNNY, 4, Rt. 1, Beebe 95, 166,
GARNETT, PHYLLIS, 4, 1917 Caldwell, Conway -
GARRETT. CHARLOTTE, 1, Plumerville,
GARRETT. IAMES, 4. Rt. 5, Rogers
GARRETT. IEANIE, 1, 21 Pine Tree Loop, NLR
GARRETT. IOHN, 2307 E. Nettleton. Ionesboro
GARRETT. LAURA. 4, Rt. 2 Box l7G, Gurdon
GARRETT. NORINE, 1, 5019 W. 31st St., LR
GARRETT. RICHARD. 1, Rt. 3, Box 33, Benton
GARRISON, ROBERT, 1, 404 Stannus, LR
GASAWAY. PHYLLIS. 1. 911 W. 54th, NLR
GASS, ELIZABETH. 4, 217 E. 4th, Booneville
GATTIN. LEROY. 4, 721 Richards, Benton
GEATER. WILLIAM, 3, Box 788 ASTC, Conway
GERARD, GILBERT. 4, 2015 Cumberland, LR
GIBBS. DANNY, 1, Rt. 4, Conway
GIBBS. GAYLON, 2, Box 85, Keo,
GIFFORD, CAROL, 4, 5608 R, LR
GILBERT. MORGAN, 4, Tuckerman
GILL. CHERYL. 1, 408 Buryear, Dumas
GILLILAND. SHERRY, 1, Box 631, Yellville
GLENN, PATTY, 1, Greenbrier
GLENN. MARGARET. 1, Pottsville
DELWANDA, 4, Conway
EARL, 3, Box 945 ASTC, Conway
IIMMY, 1, RR 1, Conway
LOUIS, 1, 400 E. 2nd St., Lonoke
PATRICIA. 2, Rt. 4, Box 458, NLR
SHARON. 3, Box 39, Guy
GOAD. TERRY, 1, 424 Cox,Benton
GOFF. HAROLD, 4, Beebe
IUDITH, 3, 1101 Park Dr., NLR
GOODRICH, BRENDA, 4, Rt. 3, Box 23, Greenbrier
GOODWIN. NORMAN, 2, 1918 Watt, LR
GORDER, ELIZABETH. 1, 2904 Dalewood, LR
GORDON, IOHN, 1325 Pleasant, Malvern
GORDON, MARTHA NELL, 1, 1015 Walnut, Newport
GORDON MAYE, 1, 1015 Walnut, Newport
SONDRA. 4, 302 Augusta. Conway
GORDY, LUTHER. 3, Highway 6, Conway
GORE. RONALD, 4, Box 63, Cotton Plant
GOSHA, LINDA. 1, RFD 1, Carlisle
GOSS, IERRY, 2, 1917 Parker, NLR
GOSS, ROBERT. 3, Vilonia
GRADY, MARY ANN. 2, Rt. 2, Box 129, Cabot
GRAHAM, LORRAINE, 2, 131 Illinois Drive, Iacksonville
GRAHAM. SUSAN. 2, 1637 Clifton, Conway
GRANK. HELEN. 2, 39 Shannon Dr., LR
GRAVES, AMELIA SUE. 2, Box 178, Gould
GRAVES, IOHN. 1, Clarendon
GRAVES, ROY. 2, 4212 Moss, NLR
GRAY. LARRY, l, 1403 W. 34th St., Pine Bluff
GRECO, FRANKIE, 2, 1069 Old Highway, Helena
GREEN, KAREN, 1, 2012 S. Columbus, Stuttgart
GREEN. NANCY. 4, 1904 N. lackson, LR
116, 242, 270, 286, 289, 291
GREEN. WILLIAM. 3, 1319 Glenda Drive, LR
GREENE. BILLY. 4, 604 N. Oak, Morrilton
GREENE. LOIS. 1, 12 Timothy, Conway
GREENWOOD, KARIN, 4, 136 Michigan, Iacksonville
GREGSON. LINDA, 3, 1922 Duncan, Conway
GRENWELGE, MARTHA. 4, Rt. 1, Scranton ' 210
GRESHAM, LEWIS. 1, Rt. 2, Conway
GRESHAM, WILLIAM, 3, Rt. 3, Box 126, Vilonia
GRIFFIN, KERON, I, Rt. 3, Box 177, LR 150
GRIFFITH. BETTY. 4, Rt, 1, Marshall
GRIFFITH. KATHLEEN. 2, Marshall, Arkansas
GRIFFITH. PATSY. 1, 311 Laurel, Pine Bluff
GRIGGERS. SAUNDRA, 1, 4605 Arlington, NLR
GRIGGS. LARRY, 3, Rt. 2, Bee Branch
GRIGSBY. SARAH, 4, Conway 77, 88, 97, 233,
GRIM. NANCY, 3, Rt, 2, Green Forest
GRIMES. MICHAEL. 2, Rt. 2, Conway
GRIMSLEY. REX. RT. 2, Bentonville
GRISHAM, CHARLES. 1, 703 Greenhill Rd., Benton
GRISHAM, IAMES. 1, 107 Akin, Hot Springs
GROOM. DORTHA. 152 Henerson, Hot Springs
GROOM. RETHA, 4, 162 Henderso, Hot Springs 96,
GROSS. IOAN, 3, 305 Cheryl, NLR 117.
GRUMMER, CARL, 1, 1711 Simms, Conway
GRUMMER, EDDIE. 2, 1315 Donaghey, Conway
GRUMMER, PAUL, 4, 1315 Donaghey, Conway 77, 96, 223.
GUESS. OWEN. 2, Box 95, Des Arc
GULLEDGE. IOSEPH, Rt. 2, Perryville
GULLETT. DUDLEY. 4, 111 Oliver, Conway
GUNDERMAN. MARY. 2, 901 Tenn. Ave., Morrilton 132, 254,
GUNN. IEANNIE, 1, ll Diana, LR
GUNN. NELDA. 3, 153 N. Elm, El Paso, Illinois
GUNZBERG, CHARLES. 4, 521 E. Third, Carlisle
GUTHRIDGE. IANE, 3, 524 Pyramid Bldg.. LR
GUTHRIE. VIVIAN, 4, Bruce Hall, Conway
GUTHRIE. WILLIAM. 2, 112 N. 22nd Ave., Humboldt, Tenn.
GWATNEY, ROBERT, 4, Children's Colony, Conway
HAAG. IOI-IN, 1, 512 W. 74th St., NLR
HACKMAN. IANICE. 123 E. 25th, LR 117, 210,
HACKNEY. IOE. 1, Box 161, Carlisle
HALBROOK, DEE. 2, 2300 College, Conway
HALES, BOBBY. 2, 1921 S. Tyler, LR
HALK. MARY. 1, Box 53, Cherry Valley
HALL, LYNN. 3. 301 Braden, Iacksonville 117, 219 23
HALL, RICHARD, 1, Rt. 4, Box 341, Conway
HALL WILLIAM. 2, 200 North Iames, Jacksonville
HALTER, IAMES. 2, 442 Locust, Conway
HALVERSON, DONALD, 1, Rt. 3, Box 1686, Fort Smith 276, 281
HAM, DIANE. 3, Box 181, Clarendon
HAMBUCHEN, IUDITH, 1, Rt. 4, Conway 150, 263,
HAMBY, RONALD, 3, Rt. 3, Box 5, Gentry 117,
HAMLING, CHARLES, 1, Rt. 4, Box 12, Conway 151, 220,
HAMMOND, SHEILA, 3, 211 Rogers, Clarksville 117.
HAMMOND, SUE, 4, Rt. 2, Conway 77, 96, 210
HAMPEL, LEO, 2, 731 Donaghey, Conway
HANCOCK, GRACE, 2, Rt. 3, Box 64, Conway
HANNUM, MICHAEL, 1, 1008 Lewis, LR 178,
HANSON, CAROL, 4, 1115 N. 41st, Fort Smith
HARBOUR, LOTTIE, 1, 1405 S. Hwy., lacksonville 151
HARDCASTLE, SHARON, 4, Rt. 2 Box 789, Iacksonville 96,
HARDIN, BILLY, 2, 2202 Independence, Conway
HARDY, ERNEST, 3, Poplar Grove
HARE, TOMMY, 2, 3010 S. Boston, Fort Smith
HARGIS, IOEL, 1, Leslie
HARGIS, IOHN M., 2 ,Box 174, Leslie 132, 150.
HARGIS, IOHN N., 3, 111 N. Morrill, Morrilton
HARLAN, MARY, 4, Rt. 1, Mt. Vernon 97,
HARLOW, NOEL, 4, 100 Roberts, Hot Springs 117, 238
HARPER, CONNIE, 1, Lake View Heights, Springdale
HARRIMAN, WILLARD, 1, 226 Elizabeth, Conway
HARRINGTON, DAVID, 1, 712 Main, Hot Springs
HERNDON, CARROL, 2, 805 Cedar, Crossett
HERR, KENNETH, 1, Rt. 2, Conway
MARY, 1, 1601 Lone Pine Rd., NLR
HERRON, BRENDA, 1, 205 Coomber Dr., Hot Springs
HESTER, CAROLYN, 2, Rt. 2, Perryville
HEUER, ESTA, 1, End of East South, Harrison
HEYDE, FREDIE, l, Cord
HICKEY, DELBERT, 2, Rt. 1, Box 64, Conway
HICKS, RUTHA, 1, 1914 Washington, Conway
CYNTHIA, 1, 1608 Olive, NLR
HIGHTOWER, ELIZABETH, 4, Boi: 4, Midland
N, 3, 1010 W. Maryland, NLR
HILL, EDDY, 3, Scranton
HILL, IOE, 4, Star Route, Beebe
HILL, RONALD, 3, Box 73, Vilonia
HILL, ROSE, 3, 801 N. 14th St., Fort Smith
HILLIARD, BRENDA, 1, 91 Sunset Dr., North Little Rock
HILLIARD, ROBERT, 1, 4713 Ridge Road, NLR
HILLMAN, LEROY, 1, 1501 N. Flora, NLR
ANGELO, 2, Rt. 2, Milledgeville, Ga.
ARLENE, 3, Oxford
CHARLES, 2, Chere Carol Road, Humboldt, Tenn.
IAMES, 2, 112 N. Monroe, Cabot
ROBERT, 4, 219 S. Maple, LR
HARRISON, GERALD, 4, 14 Brookridge Rd., LR
117, 178, 221, 263,
HARRISON, LINDA, 2, Rt. 2, Damascus
HARRISON, PATRICIA, 1, McCrory
HARRIST, IAMES, 2, 1940 Franciscan Way, Alameda, Calif
HART, DIANE, 3, 501 North Blk, Paragould
HART, IERREL, 1, Rt. 2, Lonoke
HARTMAN, ALICE, 2, 114 N. Woodrow, LR 133, 270.
HARTWICK, BILLY, Rt. 2, Greenbrier
HARVEY, JOYCE, 1, Box 326, Star City
HARWELL, PHYLLIS, 2, 2400 W. Main, Russelville
HARZ, ALBERT, 1, 1015 N. 3rd, Dardanelle
HATCH, MICHAEL, 2, 815, W. F., NLR
HAUSTEIN, BRUNO, 2, 1604 W. Short 17th, NLR
HAVENS, IAMES. 4, Conway
HAWKINS, AUDIE, 1, Syvan Hills Rd., NLR
HAWKINS, IOEL, 2, 9100 Hwy 5, NLR
HAWKINS, MARILYN SUE, 2, Rt. 1, Mt. Vernon 133,
HAWKINS, WILLIAM, 4, Rt. 1, Mt. Vernon
HAWKS, IANE, 1, Rt. 2 Conway
HAWKS, IUDI, Rt. 2, Conway
HAYES, MARY, 1, 324, S. Schiller, LR
HAYNES, IOE, 2, 2018 Lewis, LR 126, 219, 223,
HAYNES, PHYLLIS, 1, Rt. 1 Box 314, Crawfordsville
HAYES, DONALD, 1, 7006 Geyer Spring Rd,, LR
HAYES, PAULA, 1, Little Rock
HAYES, STEPHEN, 1, 607 Main, Crossett
HEATH, KAREN, 1, 808 Trammel Rd., NLR
HEATHSCOTT, WAYLON, 3, Box 17, Georgetown
HECK, MARY, 4, Parkview Apts. A7, Conway
HEFFINGTON, GARY, 2, Rt. 4, Conway
HILTON, BETTY, 4, 1921 E. 5111, Pine Bluff 97,
HILTON, KATHRYN, 2, 2116 BruC9 St., Conway
HINKLE, GEORGE, 2, Main Sl., Mtn. View
HOBBS, IOHNNY, 1, 1112 Hot Springs Hwy., Benton
HOBBS, IUDITH, 4, FOU.1'1ICI1I1 Hill
HOBBS, SANDRA, 1, 1.103 60 T91f1'GCe, Fort Smith
HOCOTT, RODNEY, 1, BOX 35, RI. 1, Greenwood 152,
HODGE, LARRY, 2, 2301 Kenwood Drive, Blytheville
HODGE, ROBERT, 2, 1400 Abigail, LR
HODGES, THOMAS, 1, Rt. 3, Box 411, NLR
HODOWAY, HELEN, 1, Cabot
HODOWAY, IAY, 1, Conway
HOELZEMAN, IANE. 3, 306 Howard, Morrilton
HOELZEMAN, REBECCA, 1, 306 Howard, Morrilton
HOEN, IUANITA, 2, Rt. 1, Gassville, Ark
HOGAN, IIMMY, 4, 916 W. 45th, NLR
HOGAN, LINDA, 1, 2 Alpine Court, LR
HOGAN, NOEL, 1, Greenbrier
HOGAN, WILLIAM, 4, Rt. 2, Iacksonville
HOGGARD, IAMES. 3, 205 E, Cherry, Lonoke
77, 117, 219, 225, 256, 273,
HOGGARD, VELMA, 4, 1916 Elizabeth Ave., Conway
HOLCOMB, IAMES, 3, 875 Crockett, Memphis, 7, Tenn.
118, 255, 276, 279,
HOLDER, IUDY, 1, Box 37, McCrory
HOLLAND, IAMES. 3, 4809 Arlington, Fort Smith 118, 191
HOLLAND, IUDY, 3, 150 Sunset Dr., NLR 118
HOLLAND, VIRGINIA, 2, 306 Pinewood, Hot Springs
HOLLAND, WILLIAM, 1, 521 Remount, NLR
HOLLIDAY, DONNA SUE. 4, 1001 Circle Dr., Harrison
HOLLIDAY, IOHN, 1, 402 Palm St., Brinkley
HOLLIMAN, LINDA, 1, Rt. 2, Quitman
HOLLIS, BENNY, 2, Rt. 1, Rector 134, 221, 263, 287
HOLLIS, THOMAS HENRY, 3, Patmos 118,
HOLT, IOHN, 1, 1614 College Ave., Conway
HOLT, MARIORIE, 3, Box 93 A Gilmore
HOLT, SANDRA, 1, Rt. 3, England
HOLYFIELD, SHARON, 3, Rt. 4 Box 322, Conway
HONEA, ROSS ,4, 2106 S. Valmar, Little Rock
HOOFMAN, CLIFTON, 2, Rt. 2, Iudsonia
HOOKS. SHIRLEY, 2, 1200 Parkway, Crossett
SANDI, 1, Clinton
HEFNER, ILA, 4
HEIZMAN, NANCY, 1, 567 Locust, Conway
HELTON, IIMMY, 2, 5101 Candlewick, NLR
HEMBREE, JIMMY, 3, Rt. 2, Iudsonia
I-IEMPHILL, CHARLES, 1, 218 Fair Ave. Flora, Illinois 151,
BETTIANNE, 1, Rt. 1, Greenbrier
DAVE, 1, 515 Faver, England
HENDERSON, IIMMIE, 4, Rt. 1, Box 161, Atkins
HENDERSON, STANLEY, 4, 5900 1st St. So., Arlington, Va.
HENDERSON, SUSAN L., 4, 6 Beverly Place, LR 97
HENDERSON, SUSAN M., 1, 5900 lst St., So., Arlington, Va.
WILLIAM, 1, 1107 N. 5th St., Paris
HENDRICK, IOHN, 3, 3715 High Dr., LR
HENDRICKS. AUSTIN, Rt. 4, Box 21, Conway
HENDRICKS, DANIEL, 4, Rt. 4, Box 25, Conway 117
HENDRICKSON, IAMES, 1, Rt. 3, Box 15, Conway 151
HENDRICKSON, RICHARD, 3, Rt. 2, Conway
HENLEY, MARTA. 3, 620 E. 4th, Mountain Home
HENSLEY. IUDITH, 1, Rt. 2, Damascus
HENZE, RAYMOND, 4, Route 2, Box 14, Conway
HERCHER, SONDRA, 4, 711 W. 20, Pine Blult 117, 211
ROBERT, 1, Rt. 2, Bragg City, Mo.
PAUL, 3, Rt. 1, lmboden
DON. 4, Rt. 1, Iudsonia
ROGER, 1, Newport Rt., Batesville
RUTH, 3, 2108 Bruce, Conway
WILLIAM, 4, Rt. 2, Berryville
DY, 4, 2115 S. Harrison, LR
HORNADAY, IACK, 3, Bruce Hall, Conway
HORNIBROOK, ANN, 2, 5108 Country Club, LR
DARRELL, 1, Rt. 1, Roland
PATRICIA, 1, Rt. 1, Roland
GAY, 3, Box 122, Viola
IANICE, 3, Rt. 1, Stuttgart
DIANNE, 1, Rt. 4, Box 547, LR
HOUSTON, CAROLYN, 1, Box 151, Clarendon
HOWARD, IAMES. 2, 2231 Lee, Conway
HOWARD, THERON, 4, 425 W. South St., Benton
HOWE, MARY, 4, Hampton
IO, 2, Rt. 1, Vilonia
CAROL, 1, Fort Smith
HOYLE, VIRGINIA, 106 S. Walnut, Warren
HOYLE, CINNY, 1, Warren
HOYT, CAROL SUE, 3, 408 6th Conway 118, 239,
HOYT, GERALD, 4, Collegeview Apts. D7, Conway 98, 221,
HOYT, PATRICIA, 4, Collegeview Apts. D7, Conway 98,
HUBBARD, ION, 1, 200 W. 7, NLR
HUBBARD, ROSANNE. 2, Box 388, Tuckerman
70, 134, 219, 238, 243, 283.
HUBER, MARY, 3, Box 387, Elaine 118,
HUCHINGSON, ROBERTA. 2, 1608 W. 1, LR 134,
HUCHINGSON. WILLIAM. 1, 1608 W. 1, LR
I-IUUDDLESTON, E. O., 4, 2318 Summit, LR 275,
HUDMAN, BILL. 3, Rt. 3, Greenbrier 118,
HUDSON, DELORES, 1, Hazen
HUDSON, PAUL, 3, Rt. C, Box 33, Yellville 118,
HUETT, LOUIS, 3, Springfield
HUEY, BOBBY, 4, LR 88,
HUFFINGTON, KATHERINE. 2, Rt. 2 Box 21, Vilonia
HUFFMAN, IUDITH. l, NLR
HUGGINS, RAY, 509 Willow, NLR
HUGHES. TONY, 2, 312 N. Express, Paris
HUGHES. WILLIAM, 1, 111 Highland Dr., Walnut Ridge 152,
HUIE, IOE, 3, Rt. 3, Waldron 113, 180
HUIE, LUCY, 3, 6703 W. 12th, LR
HUIE, SHARON. 120, S. Hwy., Dumas
HULCE. LESLIE. 1. Route 3, Gravette 152,
HULSEY, GERTIE, 3, Witt Springs
HULSIZER, IANICE, 4, Rt. 3, Box 357, Benton
HUMPHREY, BOBBY. 2, Rt. 3, Tunnel Road, Conway
HUNDLEY, LAURA, 3, 723 St. Regis Dr.. West Helena
HUNT, ELIZABETH, 1, Rt. 1, Higden
HUNT, MARY, 1, 408 McKennon, Clarksville
HURST, ARNOLD, 2, 211 Noles, Hot Springs
HURST, SANDRA, 1, Rt. 3, Conway
HURT, IIMMIE, 1, DeVal1s, Bluff
HUSS, STEPHEN, 2, 310 Harding, Pine Bluff 134, 169, 227,
HUSSELMANN, PETER, 1, 318 12 Leonard Ave., Hot Springs
HUTCHISON, DONNA. 1, 111 Bennett, Morrilton
HUTCHISON, DONNA, 1, Morrilton
HUTTO, DWIGHT, 3, Clinton
HUTTO, TOMMY, 3, Damascus 118, 197,
HYDE, GEORGE, 3, Box 281, Cotton Plant 118,
IMBODEN. LARRY, 2, 725 Second St., Conway
IRBY, CAROLINE, 4, Rt. 4 Box 282, Conway 118.
IRBY, DAVID, 2, Rt. 4 Box 285, Conway
IRBY, WILLIAM, 1, Rt. 4, Box 285, Conway
ISAACS, SANDRA, 3, 2210 College, Conway 119,
IACKS. IACKIE, 2, Bison, Ark.
IACKSON. CAROL, 2, 318 College, Helena 134.
IACKSON, DOYLE, 3, Rt. 3, Conway
IACKSON, MARY, 2, Rt. 3, Carlisle
IACKSON. STANLEY, 1, Box 10, Scotland
IACKSON, TOMMY, 3, 1202, E. River, Searcy 223, 252,
IAMES, FERREL, 4, 4405 W. 26th, LR 78, 98.
IAMES, CARROL, 1, Box 227, Heber Springs
IAMES, EDD, 2, 4405 W. 26, LR
IAMES, IERRY, 4, Route A, Yellville 98, 166,
IAMES, IOHNNY, 1, 923 Denison. LR
IAMES, WILLIAM, 1, Rt. 2, Box 182, Greenbrier
IANES, IULIA, 4, 406 Southwest St., Morrilton
KINGSTON, DIANNA, 4, Rt. 1, Beebe
78, 98, 211, 234, 243,
IANSKE, CHARLES, 2, Rt. 3, Box 98G, Hot Springs
IARED, TOMMY, 3, 2011 Simms, Conway 134, 276, 278.
IAROLIM, HELEN, 4, 403 Polk, Conway
IEAN, KENNETH, 1, Rt. 1, Morrilton
IENKINS. ANNETTE, 1, 606 W. 9th, Crossett
IENNINGS, BETTY, 4, 624 South Spring, Iacksonville
IENNINGS, OLIVIA, Z, Leslie 83, 134. 235.
IENNINGS, SAMUEL, 1, 624 South Spring, Iacksonville
IINES, BOBBY, 1, 103 Davis Court, Hot Springs
IINES, WINONA, 4, 103 Davis Court, Hot Springs 78, 98, 211, 258.
IOE, ANNIE, 3, 402 West Plaza, West Helena
IOE, FRANK, 2, 402 West Plaza, West Helena
IOHNS, REUL, 1, 611 Arlington, West Memphis
CAROL, l, RR 1, Elizabeth
IOHNSON, CAROLYN, 4, 2021 Duncan, Conway
IOHNSON DICKEY, 4, Rt. 1, Greenbrier
IOHNSON, EDWIN. 4, 1303 Watkins, Conway 98, 166,
JOHNSON FREDERICK. 1, 610 St. Iohns, Helena
GARY, 2, Box 4058, NLR
IOHNSON, HAZEL, 2, Box 568, Conway
IOHNSON, KRISTEN, 1, 7319 Sunflower Dr., LR
IOHNSON, MARCIA, 1, 1507 W. 2nd, Pine Bluff
IOHNSON, MARIANN, 3, Rt. 4, Box 38C, Conway
IOHNSON. MICHAEL, 3, 524 SW Parkway, Blytheville
IOHNSON, MICHAEL V., 1, 404 S. West, Bentonville
IOHNSON, RONALD, 1, 2021 Duncan, Conway
IOHNSON, THOMAS, 4, Rt. 2, Conway
IOHNSTON, BILLY. 2, Box 425, Elaine
IOHNSTON, DAVID, 1, Box 219, Elaine
IOHNSTON, IUDY, 3, School For Blind, Little Rock
, CANDY, 2, 1201 McArthur, Iacksonville
BLANCHE, 4, 4th and Exchange, Earle 78, 98, 232
IONES, ELIZABETH. 3, Box 337, Beebe
IONES, GEORGE. 2, 1102 Peachtree, Nashville 135, 192, 196,
IONES. HUGH, 4, Hwy. 71, Grannis.
IONES, KATHERINE, 3, Clarendon 119, 230,
IONES, MARY ANN, 2, Box 568, Rt. 2, LR
NANCY, 4, College View Apts. 6C, Conway
PAUL, 2, 2109 Parker, NLR
RICHARD, 4, 301 Hickory, Iacksonville 228,
RODNEY, 1,'Route 1, Widener
RONNIE, 1, Booneville
SARAH. 3, Rt. 2, Box 82, Osceola
SHANE, 4, Rt, 1, Pine Village, Indiana
SHEILA, 3, Rt. 1, Pine Village, Indiana
SHERYL, 2, 1817 Denison, LR
SUE, 2, 501 Mulberry, Iacksonville
WILLIAM, 3, Rt. 1, Cabot
IORDAN, DONALD, 3, 201 Lee Dr., Morrilton
IORDAN, PAUL, 2, 325 Center, Conway
IOYNER, REBECCA, 1, 2410 College, Conway
IUCAS, WALTER. 1. 741, Park Ave., Hot Springs
IULIAN, CAUDLE, 4, 220 Davis, Conway
IULIAN, PEGGY, 2, 220 Davis, Conway
IUNKIN, CARLOLYN, 4, 1811 Maryland Ave., LR
KAFKA, GEORGANN, 1, 515 E. Walnut, Paris
KALDER, MARY. 1, 700 South Roselawn, West Memphis
KEATHLEY, CLETUS, 2, Mnt. Vernon
KEATHLEY. FRANKIE, 2, Rt. 1, Box 112, Benton
KEATHLEY, IAMES, 1, 1822 Iohnston, Conway
KEATHLEY, IUDY, 4, 114 Victory Cts., Conway
KEEFE, TERRY, 3, 28 Coalwood, LR
KEENE, DIANE, 1, 2433 Durwood Rd., LR
KEEVER. RODGER, 1, Bee Branch
KEHOE, KARYLYN, 2, Farris Road, Conway
KEITH, SUSAN, 1, 5911 Stonewall Rd., LR
KELLAR, IOHN, 1, Springfield
KELLEY, IOHN. 4448 Donaghey, Conway
KELLEY, LARRY, 501 W. 36th, NLR
KELLEY. CHARLES, 1, 605 Mellon St., LR
KENNAMER, WILLIAM, 1, 205 Chism, Paris
KENNEDY, ANNIE, 1, Rt, 2, Box 13, Iacksonville
KENNEDY, LARRY, 1, 5271 C. Street, LR
KENNEDY. LINDA, 1, Rt. 2, Quitman
KENNETH, LARRY, l, Morrilton
KERESEY, EILEEN, 3, 333 Western Ave., Brookville, Ohio
KERSEY, EDWIN, 1, 1803 Clifton, Conway
KIDD, LARRY, 3, 2821 Kellogg Rd. NLR
KILGEN, NOEL, 4, 535 Harmeyer, New York, 72, N.Y.
KILGORE, IOE, 1, Rt. 2, Hampton
KIMBRELL, SHARRON, 1, Box 374, Leslie
KINCANNON, PEGGY, 4, Scotland
CHARLES, 2, 1303 Front, Conway
IAMES, 3, 315 N. 5th St., Paragould
IOE ETTA, 4, 503 W. 17th, NLR 119, 230.
KATHRYN, 1, Mt. Vernon
KAYE, l, Dewitt
MARY, 1, 914 Welch, LR
MATTIE, 4, Earle ' 72, 94, 119, 231,
RICHARD, 3, 1612 W. 1, LR 71, az.
nonrznr, 4, 1612 w. 1, LR
KINSEY. SYDNIE, 1, Rt. 1, Box 16, Pearcy
KIRTLEY, FREDDIE. 2, 9 Indian Lane, Morrilton
KIRTLEY, TOMMIE SUE, 4, Dumas
KITCHENS, RICHARD, 3. 604 S. Hamilton, Hope
KNIGHT, PAUL. 1, Box 185, Clinton
KNIGHT, SHIRLEY, 1, 743 White Oak, Forrest City
DUANE, 1, 900 Virginia Cr., Iacksonville
KNOX, RICHARD, 2, 1514 W. 6th, Pine Bluff 135, 255, 276, 295,
KONRAD, ALBERT, 2, 2009 W. 25th, Pine Bluff 135, 276,
KOONCE, BILLY, 1, Plumerville
KORDSMEIER, IUDY ANN, 1, 501 N. Morrill, Morrilton 154,
KRUSE, MAURICE, 3, Rt. 1, Box 29, Alexander
KUYKENDALL, IOEL, 4, Oxley, Ark.
KYLE, MICHAEL, 1, 3121 Darhy, Memphis, Tenn.
LACINA, BOBBY, 2, 312 W. Hill, Iacksonville
LACKEY, GERALD, 4 ,225 Elizabeth, Conway
LACKIE, ALTON, 2, 225 Conway Blvd., Conway
LADY, OLLIE, 3, 301 Godby, Harrisburg
LQFLEUR, DALLAS, 1, Rt. 2, Greenwood 154, 255, 276, 281,
LaFONTAINE, SUSAN, 1, 2200 S. 24th, Fort Smith
119, 263, 279, 291, 292,
LAMB, MARTHA, 3, Biggers 211,
LAMBERT, DAVID, 1, 2118 Hairston, Conway
LAMBERT, HERBERT. 1, 217 Locust, Conway
LANDERS, WINFRED, 1, P.O. Box 812, Conway
LANE, HARDY, 1, Rt. 1, Box 222A, LR
LANE, JAMES, 1, 2132 Poplar, Conway
LANE, MARY, 3, 402 Wood Ave., Monticello
LANG, EARLENE, 4, Box 566, Heber Springs 99, 243, 259,
LANGE, LEAH, 4, 1807 N. McKinley, LR 99,
LANGLEY, SHERRIE, 1, Rt, 1, Romance
LANHAM, IACKIE, 2, 7903 Westwood, LR 239,
LANKFORD, CASONDRA, 1, 21 Clitlwood Cr., NLR
LARKHAN, JOHNNY, 2, Rt. 2, Hazen
LARSON, LEA, 4, 6101 E. Morris, Wichita, Kansas
99, 202, 254, 259,
LARSON, KAREN, 3, Hwy. 60, Conway 135, 263.
LASITER, SANDRA, 2, 1501 Parker, NLR 135,
LASITER, THOMAS, 4, 1501 Parker, NLR 120,
LAWLER, DIANE, 1, 705 Henryetta, Springdale 279,
LAWRENCE, DENVA, 3, Rt. 7, Box 132, Marshall
LAY, IAMES, 1, 606 W. Searcy, Heber Springs
LAYROCK, PATRICIA, 2, 501 North Cross. Searcy 136, 233, 241,
LAYTON, IAMES, 4, Earle
LEA, LINDA, 3, 1837 Simms, Conway
LEATHERS, KENNITH, Rt. 2, Pocahontas
LEDGERWOOD, HARLAN, 1, 5705 Beadowbrook, NLR
LEE, DAVID, 2, 4406 Orange, NLR 169, 181,
LEE, IANETTA, l, 705 Sharp Ave., Iacksonville 154,
LEE, WINIFRED, 4, Western Grove
LEMKE, PHYLLIS, 3, Box 35, Rt. 4, Forrest City 276,
LEMMON, ELIZABETH, 2, 6612 Beacon, LR
LESSENBERRY, SHARON, 4, P.O. Box 581, Conway 99, 211,
LESTER, BOBBY, 362 Donaghey, Conway 120
LESTER, LAURA, 2, 362, Donaghey, Conway 132,
LeWALLEN, LARRY, 2016 Simms, Conway 221,
LEWIS, BOBBY, 1, Rt. 5, Searcy
LEWIS, CAROLYN, 4, 240 Donaghey, Conway 243.
LEWIS, CLELL, 4, Box 423 ASTC, Conway 99,
LEWIS IOHNNYE, 3, 1504 Western, Conway
LEWIS, MICHAEL, 1, 419 W. 33, NLR
LEWIS, ROBERT, 4, Clinton 100,
LIGHTFOOT, AWANA, 1, Rt. 1, Austin
LILE, BARBARA, 4, 401 E. Third Ave., Crossett
LILLY, ELVIE, 1, 1408 S. Pine, LR
LINDSAY, MARY, 1, 415 Pine, Newport 154,
LINDSAY, WALTER, 1, 2016 Bruce, Conway
LINDSEY, NANCY, 1, 300 High, Sheridan
LINGO, MARGARET, 3, Levee Rd., Eudora 230
LINN. DONNA, 1, 4901 Lakeview, NLR 154,
LINN. LLOYD, 1, Rt. 3, Bee Branch
LINNEMAN, ANN, 1, Rt. 6, Box l2B, Hot Springs 69,
LIPPE, IOE, 2, Rt. 5, Harrison
LITTLE, IAMES, 1, Rt. 2, Shirley
LITTLE, IAMES, 1, 728 W. D., NLR
LITTLE, MORRIS, 1, Rt. 1, Box 7, Conway
LOCK, ARTHUR, 3, Rt. 4, Box 212, Conway
LOFTIN, STEVEN, 2, 903 N. Second, Augusta
LOFTIN, ROYCE, 2, Box 375, Carlisle
LOH, BARBARA, 1, Morrilton 154,
LONG, EDDIE, 1, Gaylor St., Mtn. View
LONGING, ERNIE, 1, 110 S. 7th, Heber Springs
LONGING, IONATHAN, l, Rt. 2, Conway
LONGINOTTI, ANN, 3, 114 Holly St., Hot Springs 120, 238, 243
ROBERT, l, 5612 Hawthorne, LR
LORENZ, DARRYL, 1, 704 Center, Conway
LINDA, 1, Box 310, NLR
SHERRY, l, 13062 Oak, Crossette
LOWE, FLOREN, 3, Rt. 3, Box 166, Russellville
LOWE, PATRICIA, 3, 90 Sunset, Drive, NLR
LOWRANCE, SHERRY, 2, 5619 Stella Circle, NLR
LOWRY, SHIRLEY, 4, 1102 East Washington, NLR 100, 243, 259,
LOYD, MARIANNE, 1, 618 Western, Conway 169,
LUCAS, PAULA. 4, 2218 Hickory, Pine Bluff 120.
LUCY, RICHARD, 2, 6305 Kavanaugh, LR 136,
LUMSDEN, CHARLES, 1, 221 N. Main, DeWitt
LUYET, MARY, 4, Rt. 4, Box 15, Conway 100, 211, 259,
LYBARGER, LYNDEL, 2, Box 106, Greenbrier
LYBARGER, ROBERT, 1, 1505 Washington, Conway
LYNCH, CALVIN, 4, 21 Iackson, Wilson 100, 195, 198, 203,
LYNCH, DANNY, 1, 515 E. Franklin, Siloam Springs 155, 196,
MABRY, IAMES, 2, 116 Baridon, Conway
MABRY, OZELL, 1, 1509 Meeley, Benton
MABRY, SANDRA, 1, 701 E. Second, NLR
100, 132, 142, 155, 254, 276
MABRY, SHERI, 4, 116 Baridon, Conway
MABRY, SUZIE, 1, 1910 Tyler, Conway 155,
MACHEN, LEWIS, l, 4815 LaFayette, LR
MACK, VALERIE, 1, 402 Monroe, Conway
MAERTENS, IEANETTE, 4, Rt. 2 Box 348, Benton 120, 214, 219.
MAHAN, DAVID, 4, Rt. 2, Damascus 120,
MAIER, SHARON. 2, 2009 S. Prairie, Stuttgart
MAINORD. IAMES, 2, Marshall
MALLETT, SHIRLEY, 4, Rt, 3 Box 61, Morrilton 100, 242, 259,
MANNING, MARY, 2, Biggers 155,
MANOR, DINAH, 3, 5132 P. St., LR
MARKIN, VICKIE, 2, Rt. 5, Paragould
MARKS, IUDY, 1, Rt. 6 Box 253, El Dorado
MARPLE, IERRY, 3, 610 W. Central, Bentonville
169, 195, 204,
MARPLE, TONI, 1, 210 E. Central, Atkins 155,
MARSHALL, IOHN, 2, 2417. S. Fillmore, LR
MARSHALL, SHERRON, 3, Rt. 4 Box 82, Marshall
MARSHALL, THOMAS, 1, 2417 S. Fillmore, LR 142, 155, 181, 223,
MARTIN. BURMA, 1, Rt. 5, Box 63, Marshall 169,
MARTIN, CAROL, 2, Rt. 1, Hazen 136,
MARTIN, IOHN, 1, 7631 Woodview Dr., Downers Grove, Illinois
MARTIN. LINDA, 1, 500 Vermelle, Hot Springs
MARTIN, PEGGY, 3, Rt. l, Box 11, Solgohachia 120, 239, 254,
MARTIN, PHYLLIS, 1, Box 61, Vilonia
, SAMMY, 2, Concord
MASSENGALE, GARRIE, 4, 1622 Bruce, Conway
MASSEY, ROGER, 1, RFD, Landis
MASON. CHARLES, 4, Carlisle 100,
MATHEWS, PHYLLIS, 1, 2011 N. Cleveland, LR
MATTHEWS, BILL, 2, Rt. 4, Conway
MATTHEWS, PAULA. 1, 235 Center, Conway
MATTHEWS, WALLY, 1, Wilburn Rt., Heber Springs
MATTHEWS, MARGARET, 4, Gillett 259,
MAXFIELD, IAMES, 1, Rt. 1, Box 18, Springfield
MAY, IUNE, 3. 377 Donaghey, Conway
MAYALL, IOHNNIE, 2, 603 Gordon, NLR
MAYER, ROBERT, 1, 306 W. 8th, NLR
MAYS, BUCKY, 3, Marshall
MAZANTI, MARGARET, 4, Box 213, Portland 120, 234,
MCANEAR, SHARON. 1, 204 W. Walnut, Heber Springs
MCBRIDE, ROBERT, 1, 2201 Virginia, NLR 155,
MCBURNETT, IEANETTE, 1, Box 13, Redfield
McCLANAHAN, LOWELL, 4, Box 93, Gillett .
79, 100, 207, 211, 222, 259,
MCCLURE, BRENDA, 1, 340 18th St., Batesville 155,
MCCONNAUGHAY, IERAL, 2, Star Rt., 7, Searcy
McCONNELL, BETTY, 4, 9304 Mabelvale Pike, LR
MCCRAY, WILLIAM, 4, 1205 Iones, LR
MCCUIN, JOHN, 2, Box 147, Clinton
MCCULLOCH, ROBERT, 2, 554 Locust, Conway
MCCULLOUGH, IEANIE, 208 N. Piine, Harrison
MCCUTCHEN, IENNIFER, 1, 217 N. Worthington, West Memphis
MCCUTCHEON, SANDRA, 4, 1709 S. Buchanan, LR 101,
MCDANIEL, MARSHA, 4, 2003 Brownwood, LR
MCDERMOTT, IAMES, 4, 408 Arkansas, Dermott
McELROY, IANA, 4, Rt. 1, Harrison
MCFARLAND, WILLIAM, l, Rt, 3, Greenbrier
McGINTY, BENONI, 1, Rt. 3, Conway
MCGINTY, PEGGY, 2, Rt. 3, Box 77, Conway 135,
MCGOHAN, BOBBIE, l, Rt. 1, Casa
MCGUIRE, IAMES, 1, 426 S. 9th, Thayer, Mo.
MCKASKLE, IANE, 4, Box 601, Marvel
MCKENZIE, DELMAR, 3, 1925 Dunlan, Conway 120, 211
MCKENZIE, IOSEPHINE, 4, 515 Center, Conway
MCKIBBEN, NANCY, 2, Rt. 3 Box 27, Green Forest
MCKINNEY, BARBARA, 1, 20 Rebecca Lane, Conway
MCKINNEY, DIANA, 1, Rt. 2, Bigelow
MCNIGHT, GEORGE, 1, 10905 W. Markham, LR
MCNIGHT, LINDA, 6800 Hickson Rd., LR
MCLARTY, PHILIP, 1, 1502 S. Main, Hope 276, 281,
McLEOD, GLORIA, 3, Cave City
MCMILLAN, ATON, 3, 115 W. 5th, NLR
MCMILLAN, KATHLEEN, 4, 1823 N. Polk, LR
MCMILLEN, IO ANN, 1, Star Rt., Damascus
MCMILLIN, LEVITA, 3, 1108 South Leslie, Stuttgart 120, 233
McMULLEN, LINDA, 3, Rt. 1, Hazen 120, 231
MCNEEL, GERALDINE, 4, Route 3, Conway 101
MCNUTT, PAMELA, 1, NLR
MCNUTT, ROBERT, 2, RR 3, Box 69, Conway
MCNUTT, ROBERT, 1, Conway
MCPHAIL, IAMES, 4, Box 631, Bald Knob 101
MCSPADDEN, MARY, 1, Box 2, Bradford 155,
McWILLIAMS, RODNEY, 1, 215 Emory, Hot Springs 169
MEADOR, WARD, 2, 306 Court, Dumas
MEDLOCK, CHARLES, 4, 508 East Elm, Morrilton
MELTON, WILLIAM, 4, 1104 W. 21, NLR
MELTON, WILLIAM H., 1, 800 W. College, Ozark
MENELEY, GILBERT, 1, Wooster
MENTGEN. IOSEPH, 1, 3824 W. Capital, LR 156
MERIDITH, LINDA, 1, Rt. 1, Cherry Valley
MERRITT, ANNETTE, 2, 523 W. 36th St., NLR
MESKILL, PATRICIA, 2, 103 Circle Drive, Newton, Miss.
METHENY, WILLIE, Z, 9 Meadokbrook Dr., Conway
MEYER, PATRICIA, 1, 6811 W. Markham, LR 156
MIDDLETON, SONDRA, 2, 1926 Caldwell, Conway
MILAM, LORENE, 4, 1827 Simms, Conway 101.
MILBUURN, CHARLES, 2, 334 Donaghey, Conway
MILES, LEON, 4, Rt. 2. Des Arc
MILHOLEN, IIMMY, 3, Rt. 4 Box 77, Hot Springs 181,
MILHOLLAND, ANITA, 2, 1305 Fairlane, Conway
MILLER, ALBERT, 1, 1306 Skyline Dr., NLR
MILLER, CAROL, 2, Rt. 1, Barber
MILLER, EDWARD, 1, Chicago, Illinois 156
MILLER, FRANKY, 1, Box 217, Weldon
MILLER, IEANNIE, 2, Rt. 1, Clinton 137,
MILLER, KENNETH, 3, Rt. 2, Rogers
MILLER, MILTON, 1, Scotland
MILLER, SHARON, 1, Rt. 2, Box 116, Cabot
MILIGAN, AMELIA, 1, 2812 Wolfe, LR
MILLS, IACK, 1, Rt. l, Box 28, Bald Knob
MILLS, PATRICIA, 4, Conway 101,
MIMMS, IERRY, 3, Rt. 3, Springdale 121,
MINOR, IAMES, 3, Iacksonville 229,
MINTON, BARBARA DEAN. 3, Rt. 1, Ward 121
MINTON, SHIRLEY, 4, 415 S. Main, Brinkley 79, 101, 237. 259, 272
MINTON, VELMA, 3, Rt. l, Ward
MITCHELL, DANA, 4, 106 Center, Conway
MITCHELL, IEHU, 4, Rt. 3, Box 46, Benton 121
MITCHELL, LEONARD, 2. Allison
MITCHELL, PATRICIA, Box 353, College Heights
MITCHELL, RONALD, 4, 106 Center. Conway
IOHN, 3, 2205 Coors Drive, NLR
MOAK, TOMMY, 3, 402 Oliver, Conway
IIMMY, 1, Rt. 3. Greenbrier
MOBLEY, HARLON, 1, Rt. 1, Searcy
MOBLEY, MARY, 4, 622 Faulkner, Conway
MOIX, FRANK, 4, Rt. 4, Box 94, Conway
MOIX, LEO, 4, 105 Victory Court, Conway
MOIX, NORBERT, 2, Rt. 4, Box 94, Conway
MOIX, PHYLLIS, 2, 314 Oliver, Conway
MOLANDER, PRISCILLA, 3, 42 Grove Rd., Natick, Mass.
MONCRIEF. IUDITH, 1, 113 Atkins, NLR
MONTGOMERY, LYNDA, l, 218 Delaware, Iacksonville 156,
MOONEYI-IAM, WILLIAM. 4, 901 S. Main, Brinkley
MOORE, CHERYL, 1, Wilburn Rt. Heber Springs
MOORE, DON, 3, Rt. 2, Conway
MOORE, DORR, 4, Wilburn Rt., Heber Springs 101, 223,
MOORE, GARY, 1, Box 310, NLR
, GARY P., 2, 1509 Washington, LR
, IANICE KAY, 1, Rt. 2, Perryville
, IOE T., 4, 211 N. Griffin, Morrilton
, IOHN, 4, Box 159, Valliant, Okla.
MOORE, IUDY, 4, Capps Road, Harrison
MOORE, KENNETH, 1, 1716 W. Walnut, Paris
LINDA, 1, Box 145, Elaine
LINDA, 1, 1702 Straight Place, Stuttgart
MOORE, RANDEL, 4, Rt. 2, Box 325, Wynne
KAY, 1, 12 Iefferson DeWitt
MORENO, IOHN, Z, 2002 Prince, Conway 169, 263,
MORGAN, CAROLYN, 4, 3012 S. 17, Fort Smith
MORGAN, SUSAN, 3, 4334 W. Avenue One, Merced, Calif
BERTA, 1, Houston
IAMES, 4, Timbo
IUDITH, 1, 900 Pine, Crossett
MICHAEL, 3, 526 Center, Conway
RITA, 2, 255 W. 2nd, Prescott
ROBERT, 1, 201 Oliver St., Conway
MORRISON, TRUDY, 2, Landis
DANIEL, 4, 1839 Tyler, Conway
FLOYD, 2, 1839 Tyler, Conway
MOSELEY, DANA, 1, Rt. 1, New Edinburg
DIANA, Z, 6915 W. 13, LR
MOTLEY, LARRY, 1, 49 Meadowbrook, Conway
DOROTHY, 2, 1024 Deer St., Conway
TROOPER, 1, Conway
VERONICA, 1, St. Rt. Box 16, Biscoe
IOHN, 2, 4001 Lakeview, NLR
MULLINS, IUDY, 2, 268 Vineyard, Hot Springs
MUNNERLYN, CHLOE, 1, 412 W. Pine, Lonoke
MUNSEY, PEGGY, 2, 116 Dickson Dr., LR
69, 82, 83, 137, 207, 237,
MURPHY, GRACE, 2, 2417 W. 16th, LR
MURPHY, SARNIA, 1, 103 Kennedy, Hot Springs
MURRAY, IOHN, 4, 417 Braden. Iacksonville
MURRAY, SUSIE, 1, 2070 College Ave., Conway
DOROTHY, 2, 3618 Orange, NLR
MUSGRAVE, CAROLYN, 4, Pine Bluff
MUSGRAVE, GLORIA, 4, 1220 Gist St., Conway
MYERS, I. B., 1, 419 Augusta, Conway
MARTHA, 1, 1818 Parker, NLR
. MARGARET, 4, 800 Allis, LR 102,
NAHLEN, MARTIN. 3, 512 Fourth, Conway
NAHLEN, MARY, 1, Rt. 2 Box 277, Conway 156.
NALLEY, SAMUEL, 2426 W. 13th, LR
CHARLES, 2, Box 21, Greenbriar
NATION, DIXIE, 3, Rt. 7, Box 755, Pine Bluff
NAYLOR, MARIAN, 1, 103 Mitchell, Conway
NEBLING. IUDY, 1, 11625 W. 12th, LR
NEELY, DELTON, 4, 314 W. 24th, Pine Bluff
DANIEL, 3, Rt. 2, Paris
NEIGHBORS, HUGH, 1. 1803 S. College, Stuttgart
NELSON, SARA, 4, Hughes
NELSON, TOMMY, 4, 354 Bates, Batesville
NEW, FARREL, 1, Rt. 2, Quitman
NEWBERRY, IANE, 4, 201 W. 52nd, NLR
NEWKIRK, DIANE, 1, 3 Westbrook, Hot Springs
NEWKIRK, IAMES, 2, 121 Summit Rd., Helena
NEWTON, ROBERT, 2, 7294 Cantrell, LR
NEWTON, SUZANN, 1, 201 Walnut, LR
NICHOLS, LINDA, 1, 310 N. College, Dumas
NICHOLS, MARGARET, 4, 135 Locust, Conway
NICHOLS, MAVIS, 1, Western Grove
NICHOLS, MELFORD, 3, Box 116 ASTC, Conway
NIER, WENDELL, 3, Rt. 5, Searcy
NINCEHELSER, MARCIA, 3, 540 N. 48, Fort Smith 72,
,DUANE, 2, 213 N. Iames, Iacksonville
NIX, ROBIN, 4, 2003 Bruce St., Conway
102, 204, 219, 228,
NIX, PAULETTE, 3, Lasley Apts., C7, Conway
NIXON, LUCILLE, 4, Onia
DONALD, 2, 5117 A. St., LR
NOBLE, ALLEN, 2, 301 W. Sth Ave., Crossett
NOBLE, DIANNA, 2, 105 Fountain. LR
NOBLE, DORIS, 4, 305 Crystal, NLR
NOBLE, RENA, 2, 305 Crystal, NLR
NOE, CAROLYN, 1, Rt. 2, Conway
NORMAN, CHARLES, 2, Wingo Hall, ASTC, Conway
NORTON, IOSEPH, 2, 2719 Broadway, LR
NORTON, IOY, College View Apt. C3, Conway
NORTON, SCOTT, 1, 618 E. 2nd, Pine Bluff
BARBARA, 4, 1907 S. Iackson, LR 68, 79, 102,
OATES, IACQUELINE, 4, 1312 Donaghey, Conway
OATES, PATRICIA, 3, P.O. Box 337, Conway
OATES, WILLIAM, 4, 1922 Bragg, LR
O'BAR, SHEILA, 3, Rt. 1. Box 25, Mayflower
ODOM. IOY, 1, Rt. 2, Cabot
O'DONELL, GLENN A.. 4, Conway
OGDON. THOMAS, 4, Mayflower
OLIPHANT, LARRY, 2, 622 E. Maple, Fayetteville
OLIVER, ANN, 2, Rt. 2, Stuttgart
OLIVER, ANN, 1, Rt. 2, Box 181A, Greenbrier
OLSON, IEANNIE, 1, LR
O'MALLEY, RUTH, 3, 505 N. Fillmore, LR
O'NEAL, TOMMY, 1, Hot Springs
O'NEAL, IANE, 4. Rt. 4, Leslie 121,
ORSINI, IIM, 1, 600 W. M. St., NLR
OVERSTREET, GARY. 1, 417 N. Cypert, Searcy '
OWEN, DON, 1, 1215 Parway Dr., NLR
OWEN, EVELYN, 1, 1827 Bruce, Conway
OWENS. ELIZABETH, 1, 2608 Hickory, Texarkana
OWENS. ROSE MARY, 1. Hayes Drive, NLR
PACE, SHARON. 1, 1102 Boston Dr., Pine Bluff
PACE, TOMMY IOE, 4, 605 S. 11th St., Paragould
PADGETT, ROY, 4, 603 Watkins, Conway
PALADINO, RICHARD, 1, Rt. 2. Box 53, Conway
PALMER, EDWINA. 1, Rt. 6, Box 8, NLR
PANNELL, IAMIE, 1.kGriffithville
PARISH, PATRICIA, 2, Bee Branch
PARISH, STANLEY, 2. 1641 Davis. Conway
PARKER. IOE. 1, 1500 MacArthur Dr., Iacksonville
PARKS, IULE, 4, 1915 Anniston Ave., Shreveport, La.
PARNELL, FLOYD, 1. Cotton Plant
PARSONS, BRUCE, 1, Benton
PARSONS, CLYDE, 3, 201 W. Brewer, Iacksonville
PARSONS, FRANCES, 1, Rt. 1. Bald Knob
PARTER, MARY, 1, West Helena
PARTRIDGE. WALTER, 1, Star Rt. Stuttgart
PASSMORE, WANDA, 3, Oxley
PATCHELL, JACKIE, 1, 533 Whitman, Apt. 1C.. Fayetteville
PATRICK, NATHAN, 1, Lundell
PATTERSON. IULIA, 1, Box 229, Lepanto
PATTILLO, GEORGIA, 1, 2708 Howard, Pine Bluff
PATTON, DONNA, 4, 1817 Hickory, Pine Bluff
PATTON, LANITA, 4, Pine Bluff
PATTON, ROGER, 4, 309 Shady Side Lane, Montgomery Ala.
PAUDERT. PATSY, 1, Box 701, Rt. 1, Marion
PAUL, NANCY, 1, Perryville
PAVATT, L. B., 3, Damascus
PAYNE, DONNA, 1, 2612 W. 13th, LR
PAYNE, IOHNNY, Rt. 2, Damascus
PAYNE, PHILLIP, 1, 2612 W. 13th., LR
PAYNE, RALPH, 1, 6200 Longwood Rd., LR
PAYNE, WILLIAM, 4, 6200 Longwood Rd., LR
79, 103, 211, 225, 241,
PEACOCK, IOEY, 2, Rt. 1. McCrory
PEAK. ANGELA, 1, RR 1, Hickory Ridge
PEARCE, DONNA, 1, Rt. 3, Box 335. Conway
PEAVEY, JAMES, 1, 1801 W. 31st, Pine Bluff
PECK, GREGORY, 1. 208 S. Cedar. LR
PEMBERTON, STEPHEN, 1, 308 Merrel St., Morrilton
PENDERGIST, RONALD, Rt. 2, Augusta
PENDERGRASS, MARY, 2, 109 Elm St., Crossett 138, 288,
PENNEY, IAMES, 4, 2813 Parkway Dr., NLR
PENOR, PAT. 1, 212 Noles, Hot Springs
PERKINS, ROBERT, 1, Box 476, Carlisle
PERRY, BRIAN, 4, 217 S. East 3rd., England 103,
PERRY, CLOIE, 2, England
PERRY, ERLA, 1, 603 Denton, Benton
PERSINGER, PATRICIA, 1, 1115 S. Pine, LR
PETERS, PHYLLIS, 3. Rt. 2, St. Ioe
PETERSEN, DIANE, 1, 47 Berkshire, LR
PETERSON, MICHAEL T., 4. Little Rock
PETERSON, ROBERT, 3, 1122 W. 34th, LR 121,
PETERSON, SUSAN, 1, Box 4147, NLR
PETROSS. LARRY, 1, 1617 W. 15, NLR
PETTY, IOYCE, 1, 301 Suburbia Lane, Pine Bluff
PHILLIPS, I. DOYNE, 4, 2229 Brown Rd., Overland 14,
PHILLIPS, EVONNE, 3. Rt. 3, Berryville
PHILLIPS, IIM, 1. 701 N. E. A St., Benton
PHILLIPS, IOY, 3, 1316 W. I, NLR
PHILLIPS, REBECCA, 4, Urbanette 80, 103, 211, 233
PHILLIPS, SIDNEY, 2, Rt. 1, Austin
PHIPPS, MARTHA, 1, 609 Fordyce, England
PIERCE, IANE ANN, 1, 2010 State, LR
PIERSON, IAMES, 1, McHue
PIKE, FREDDIE, 2, Rt. 3, Box 85, Conway
PILKINGTON, NEYLON, 4, 306 N. Charles, Searcy 103
PINKERTON, DWIGHT, 2, Umpire
PITCHFORD, IAMES, 4, Box 103, Hartford
PITTS, DELMON, 1, 5632 C. Robinson Rd., NLR
PLUMMER, IOHNNY, 1, 3801 Mellene, NLR
PLUMMER, MARY, 1, 3801 Mellene, NLR
POHNKA. TANYA, 1, 310 Edmond Ave., McCrory
POINDEXTER, PAUL, 1, 410 W. Church, Morrilton
POLK, LYNN, 2, 16 Wanda Lane, LR
POLK. MARY, 4, 700 South Sycamore, Harrison
PORTER, MARY, 1, 140 South 4th St.. West Helena
POTTER. LARRY. 1. 712 N. Iackson, McCrory
POWELL, IAMES, 1, 420 W. L. St., NLR
POWELL, IOHN, 4, Rt. 1, Box 11A, Hot Springs
POWER, BONITA, 106 Miller, Hot Springs
POWER. STEPHEN, 4, 304 Hiawatha Dr.. LR 121, 214, 221
POWERS. STEPHEN, 3, 1305 Elm, Pine Bluff
PRATT, MARSHA, 4, 68 Glenmer Dr., LR 104
PRESLEY, DONALD, 1, Rt. 1, Box 41, Pangburn 158
PRICE. IIMMY, 1, 1813 Simms, Conway
PRIEST, JANET, 1. 4604 Grand, LR 1:59
PRIEST, ROMONA LYNN, 1, 2012 South Blvd., Conway
PRIEST, KEN, 4, 314 S. Main, Bentonville
PRINCE. PERRY, 3, 5614 Stella Circle, NLR
PRINCE, RACHEL, 3, 5614 Stella Circle, NLR
PRINCE, SHELAGH, 2, 108 Dakota Dr.. Iacksonville 169,
PRINCE, WILLIAM. 4, 1123 N. Ash, Conway
PRINGLE, RONALD, 1. 1020 Pecan, Blytheville 182,
PRUITT, CHARLES, 1, 3 Ave. Hayes Addn., Conway
PRUITT, WILLIAM, 3, 806 S. Summitt, LR 122,
PRYOR, PATSY, 2, 511 N. West St., Morrilton
PRYOR, PEGGY, 1. 2317 N. Garfield, LR
PUCKETT. IAMES, 2. 1401 W. 2nd, NLR
PUCKETT, KENNETH, 3, 2322 S. 58. Fort Smith 182, 229,
PURDOM. C. T. 4, Rt. 1, Box 139, Yellville 80, 104, 256, 272.
QUALLS, BETTYE. 1, 1401 W. Long 17th, NLR 159. 171,
RADCLIFFE, DIANE, 2. 213 Adams, Lonoke 138, 235,
RAGAN, KENNETH, 4, 622 W. 2nd, DeWitt 73, 104, 204,
RAINBOLT, AUBREY, 1, 1411 Mitchell, Conway
RAINES, DANIEL, 4, Rt. 1, Box 158, Hermitage
RAINWATER, ARTHUR, 4, 1801 Hill Rd., Iacksonville
RAINWATER, FLO, 2, 711 Cavanaugh Rd., Fort Smith
RAINWATER, MARY, 1, 1801 Hill Road, Iacksonville
RAKES, ANNETTE, 1, Rt. 3, Bentonville
RALLS. WILLIAM, 3625 Conway Hwy., NLR
RAMICK, IAY, 2, 2500 S. Taylor, LR
RAMSEY, CHARLES, 3. West Main. Mountain View, Ark.
RAMSEY, IAMES, 3, 806 W. Main, Heber Springs
RANDOLPH, HAROLD, 3, Rt. 1, Garfield
RANKIN, RONNIE. 4. 605 N. 32, Ft. Smith 104. 229,
RANSOM, CLARENCE, 4, Bradford
RAPIER. DANNY, 4, Wingo Hall, ASTC, Conway 104,
RAPIER, GARY DON, 1, 723 N. 24th, Van Buren
RATLIFF. IAMES, 1, 1504 Dakota Dr., Pine Bluff
RATLIFF, THOMAS, 4, 1904 Bernard, Ionesboro
RAUERT, LINDA, 4. 1414 W. Sth, El Dorado 122, 211, 234,
RAWLS, NORA, 2, 122 Market, Helena
RAY, DAVID, 1, Rt. 1, Box 64, Springfield
RAY, ELVA, 4, Rt. 1, McNeil 104,
RAY. MICHAEL, 4, 1623 Barber, LR
RAYNER, IOYCE, 4, Box 84, McCrory 105, 239, 243. 259
RED, KENNETH, 4, Rt. 1, Box 214, Sheridan 105. 214, 225, 256, 257
RED, SERENA, l, Rt. 1 Box 214, Sheridan 159,
REDD, VALERIE, 1, 4823 Arlington, NLR
REDDICK, IEANNE, 2, 17 Azalea Court, Fort Smith
REDDITT. ELIZABETH, 2, 604 Bridge, Morrilton 138,
REED. CATHERINE, 1, 22 La Vista Dr., NLR
REED, IANET, 1, Rt. 1, Bald Knob
REED, IOE, 1, Rt. 1, Alpena
REED. KATHLEEN, 1, Concord
REED, MARY, 4, Box 297, Gravette 105
REED, MILDRED, 1, Rt. 1, Pangburn
REGAULD, MICHAEL, 2, 1004 Scott, Apt. 5, LR
REID, SUSAN, 3, 219 E. 25th, LR 122,
REID, TOMMIE, 2, Box 204, Morrilton
REIDHAR, BONNIE, 2, P.O. Box 536, Des Arc
REINHARDT, KENDALL. 4, 6708 Kenwood, LR
REMLEY, GENE, 1, 6219 Kenwood, LR
RENFRO. ROBERT, 3, 1025 W. Ash, Blytheville 122
RENO, IOHN, 4, 1608 S. Blvd., Conway
REYNOLDS, DELBERT, 1, Knoebel
REYNOLDS, IRIS, 3, 2521 Iohnson, LR
REYNOLDS. OPAL. 3, 2521 Iohnson, LR
RHEIN, CAROLYN. 3, 904 Hwy. 62, Mountain Home 122
RHODES, BETTY, 4, Rt. 2, Conway
RICE, CAROLYN, 3, 622 Sherris Lane, Benton
RICE, KAY, 4, 1025 Park Hill, Helena 105,
SANDLIN, NELLIE, 4, Rt. 2, Leslie
SARTAIN. DONALD, Rt. 2, Heber Springs
SARTIN, CATHY. 3, Rt. 1, Box 16, England
SARVER, DONALD L., 4, Herrick, Illinois
SASSER, MAC, 4, Rt. 2, St. Ioe
SAULSBURY, SYVIA, 1, Rt. 3, Box 56A, El Dorado
SAUM, TI-IEADORA, 2, 1618 W. Emma. Springdale
SAUNDERS, IERRY, 1, 306 Pine, Dardanelle
SAYGER, HARROLD, 3, Star Route, Biscoe
SCARBOROUGH, BETTY, Rt. 1, Iudsonia
SCHAEFER, IUDY, 1, 1702 Central, Hot Springs
SCHICHTL, ROY, 1, 1315 College Ave., Conway
SCHISLER, MARY, 1, Box 175, Weiner
SCHMOLL, CARLENE, 4, Rt. 1, Atkins
SCHNARR, ROY. 3, 305 Donaghey, Conway
RICE. VERNICE, 4, Rt. 1, Roland
RICH, KENNETH. 2, Rt. 2, Box 8, Conway
RICH, RITA, 4, 305 Carter, Benton
RICHARDS, IOHN D.. 1, Rt. 6, Box 23, NLR
RICHARDSON, IOHNNY, 1, Rt. 5, Box 4731, LR
RICHARDSON, RICHARD, 1, Box 61, Corning
SCHNEIDER, RICHARD, 2, 205 E. Kiehl, NLR
SCOGGIN, IAMES, 1, Weldon, Ark.
CHERYE, 2, 1216 School, Malvern 169, 243, 283,
IOHN, 1936 Post Rd., Noroton, Conn.
PATRICIA, 3, Rt. 2, Altheimer
ROBERT, 4, 318 Davis, Conway
RUBY, 4, 40 Wesley Dr., NLR
138, 159, 183,
RICHARDSON, RICKY, 2, Rt. 1, Box 152, Forrest City
RICHARDSON, ROBERT DONALD, 4, Fordyce
RIDDELL. MARIAN, 4, 503 Cherry, Clardsville
80, 105, 109, 211, 237.
RIEDMATTEN, CAROLYN, 1, 105 Mitchell. Conway
RIFFEY, HOWELL, 3, Box 36, Wheatley
RIGGS, STEPHEN, 1, 1300 Garland, NLR
RILEY, RONALD, 1, Rt. 1, Box 187, Bradford
RITTER, CAROL. 4, 820 Watkins, Conway
RITTER, CECIL, 4, 820 Watkins, Conway
ROACH, RONALD, 2, 223 Griffith, Conway
ROBBINS. IUDY, 2, 410 Freeman, Hot Springs
ROBBINS, WELLINGTON, 3, Rt. 3, Conway
ROBERSON. MARTHA, 2, Rt, 1, Box 343, Iudsonia
ROBERTS, BRUCE, 1, Box 63A., Rt. 1, Scott
ROBERTS, LAWRENCE, 2, 10322 Syvan H. Hwy., NLR
ROBERTS, RHELINDA, 1, Rt. 2, Box 186, Lonoke
ROBERTS, WILEY, 3, 103 Hardin, Morrilton
ROBERTSON, DAVID, 4, 720 Cleburne, West Helena
ROBERTSON, FRED, 4, Box 62, Iudsonia
ROBERTSON, PENSON, 1, 1222 Poplar, Pine Bluff
ROBINETTE, ROBERT, 4, Box 525, Conway
ROBINSON, LINDA, 2, 304 Iackson, Hot Springs
ROBINSON, STEPHEN, 4, 827 Center, Conway
ROBINSON, THOMAS, 1, 1901 Robins, Conway
ROBNETT, TERRI, 2, 912 S. College. Stuttgart
RODGERS, DAVID, 4, 624 Oak, Conway
RUDGERS. IUDY, 2, 624 Oak, Conway
RODGERS, SUZANNE, 1, Rt. 3, Box 27, Pine Bluff
ROE, ROY, 2, Box 40, Hoxie 138, 169,
BARBARA, 4, 75 Bluff View Drive, Batesville
63, 66, 67, 106, 239, 243, 283,
ROGERS, BILLY, 3, Box 313, Hazen
ROGERS, CAROL, Rt. 3, Charleston, Ark.
ROGERS. HOLLIS, 1, 409 Dobbs, Benton
ROGERS, IERRY. 3, Bee Branch 73. 123,
ROLAN, MARTHA, 1, Rt. 1, Higden 159
ROSS, ROGER, 1, 507 E. Short Mt. St., Paris 159,
ROWLAND, LIINDA. 2, 1806 W. 19th, NLR 138,
RUBLY, CARL, 4, Box 154, Malvern 276.
RUFF, ANNA, 1, Marshall
RUSS, KENT, 2, 808 Crestwood, Benton
RUSSELL, LINDA, 2, 503 E. 12th, Texarkana 138
RUSSELL, RICHARD, 1, 4705 Lochridge, NLR
RUSSELL, THOMAS, 2, 418 Kay St., NLR
RUSSELL, VENIA, 4, Cleveland
RUST, BEVERLEY N., 4, McRae
RUTLEDGE, ELAINE, 1, Huff, Ark.
RUTTER. IAMES, 3, 5817 Monterey, Ft. Worth, Texas
RYAN. DANNY, 2, Rt. 2, Conway 195
RYAN, LEON, 1, Rt. 2, Box 94, Conway
SADLER, HAROLD, 1, 201 Haywood, NLR
SAGE, BRUCE, 2. Gould
SAMPSON, EMMETT E., 4, Stuttgart
SANDERS, CECIL, RFD 1, Box 96, Clarendon
SANDERS, EVA, 4, Box 24, Blackwell
SANDERS KAREN, 1. 708 Wildwood, NLR
SCROGGIN, DAVID, 2, 404 N. Morrill, Morrilton
SCROGGIN, ROBERT, 1, 402 Conway Blvd., Conway
SCROGGINS, RONNIE. 1, Rt. 1, Box 271, Morrilton
SCROGGS, GARY, 4, Box 152, Beebe
SEALE, IERRI, 1015 N. Cleveland, LR
SEARS, ANGELA, 2, 2209 S. Maple, LR
SEAVERS, SANDRA, 1, 806 Perry, LR
SELLARS, ETTA, 2, Rt. 2, Clinton
SELLARS, IIMMY. 3, Rt. 2, Bee Branch
SELLARS, NANCY, 1, Rt. 3, Conway
SENN, GERALD ALLEN, 2, 6700 Westour Dr., LR
SENYARD, ROY, 1, 3316 Cherry, Pine Bluff
SHAFFER, RICHARD, 2, 65000 Brentwood, LR
SHANNON. SHEILA. 1, Rt. 6, Box 113, NLR
SHARP, FREDDIE, 4, Rt. 5, 34B, El Dorado
SHARP, HAROLD, 4, 524 4th St., Conway
SHARROCK, MIKE, 1, 243 Conway Blvd., Conway
SHAW. PATRICIA, 408 W. 19th, NLR
SHAW, SYBIL, 1, Rt. 3, Vilonia
SHAW, WILLIAM, 1, RFD 2, Conway
SHEFFIELD, DOROTHY, 1, 203 North Ave., Lockport,
SHELTON, I-IILDA, 2, 1002 N. Madison, Ionesboro
SHELTON, OTIS, 3, 10710 W. Markham, LR
SHELTON, LARY, 1, 919 W. 41st St., NLR
SHELTON, MARILYN, 1, 2009 S. Harrison, LR
SHEPHERD, HAROLD, 2, Hollis
SHERRELL, KATHLEEN, 3, College View Apt. D3, Conway
SHEWBART, WILLIAM, 2, 109 Alabama, Iacksonville
SHILLING, IOE, 808 N. Chestnut, Harrison
SHIPLEY, ROBERT, 4, Rt. 1, Enola
SHIPP, BILLY. 1, Rt. 1, Clinton
SHOEMAKER, IOHN, 4, 2003 Bruce St., Conway
SHOFFNER, MARY, 2, 600 W. Race, Searcy
SHOFFNER, PHILLIPS, 4, 600 W. Race. Searcy
SHORT. BILLY. 1, Bigelow
SHORT, JONATHAN, 2, State Sanitorium
SHORT. ROY, 4, Booneville, Arkansas
SHORT, ROBERT, 1, Bigelow
SHOWALTER, CHARLES K., 4, Griffithville
SIEMS, PATRICIA, 3, Star Route, Stuttgart
SIEVER, SUE, 4, Box 155, Arkansas City
SIKES, DOUGLAS, 1, 11209 Mona Lane, LR
SIKES, MARY NELL, 2, 114 Sunset Lane, NLR
SIMMONS. IUNE, 4, Searcy
SIMMONS, SUZANNE, 1, Box 299, Clinton
SIMMONS, WANDA, 4, Rt. 4, Springdale
SIMON, KAY. 1, 607 Ingram, Conway
SIMON, RAYMOND, 3, 572 Harkrider, Conway
SIMPSON, RAYMOND, 2, Springfield
SIMPSON, WINSTON, 4, Clinton
SIMS. IUDY, 1, 2100 W. 25th. Pine Bluff
SIMS, LELAND, 1, 5104 W. 31st, LR
SIPE, IAMES, 2, 1105 Central Ave., Hot Springs
SIRIA. AUBIN, 1, 1437 Bruce. Conway
SITTON, PAULETTA, 2, Leslie
SKYRMES, ANNE, 1, 97 Indian Trail, LR
SLEDGE, ROMIE, 1, Springfield
SLIGER, MARY, 4, Greenbrier
SLONE, I. O., 1, 319 Owen, Booneville, Ark
STAMPS, LARRY, Rt. 4, Berryville
SMART, BEVERLY, 1, Rt. 5, Box 33C, E1 Dorado
SMILEY, REBECA, 1, Leslie
STOBAUGH, SARA, 1, Plumerville
STOBAUGH, TAMARA, 1, 121 Hwy. 16, Clinton
SMITH, RICHARD, 4, 1012 Loretta Lane, LR 66, 80, 107, 202, 223
SMITH BARBARA, 1, 2323 W. 13th, LR
SMITH, BARBARA LYNN, 1, Rt. 2, Box 61, Sheridan
SMITH, BEVERLY, 2, Box 160, Cotter
SMITH, BRENDA, 1, 204 Hy Line Dr., Hot Springs
SMITH, CAROLYN, 2, Edgemont 139,
SMITH, DANA, 1, 206 East F., NLR
SMITH, DONNA, 1, 11 Snyder, Hot Springs 123, 161
SMITH, EUGENE, 1, 1318 Clifton, Conway 169,
SMITH, GARY, l, 2128 Duncan, Conway '
SMITH, HAROLD, 3, Rt. 3, Mountain Home
SMITH HOMER, 3, Rt. 4, Box 11, Conway
SMITH, INEZ R., 4, Iacksonville
SMITH, IERRY, 1, Hickory Plains, Ark
SMITH, IERRY LEE, 1, 6623 Sheridan Rd., Pine Bluff
SMITH, IOHN, 2, Rt. 2, Lonoke
SMITH, IOHN, 4, Wooster 167
SMITH, IUDY, 3, 1921 E. 7th, Pine Bluff 139
LEON, 2, 6217 I. St., LR
STOKER, OWEN, 1, 6218 Longwood, LR
STOKES, IUDY, 1, Box 102, Holly Grove
STOKES, SARAH, 4, Holly Grove
STONE, ANDREA, 1, 1400 W. 18th, Pine Bluff
STONE, ELLA, 301 Donaghey, Conway
STONE, ROBERT, 909 Patton Drive, Crossett
STONE, SUSAN, 1, 1200 Cedar, Crossett
STRACK, RALPH, 1, 1512 College, Conway
STRACK, RICHARD, 1, 460 Ingram, Conway
STRACK, RONALD, 3, Rt. 4, Conway
GARY, 2, 1907 Martin, Conway
STRANGE, BRUCE, 2, 100 San Felipe, San Francisco, Calif.
SMITH, LINDELL, 2, Rt. 1, Box 37, Bald Knob
SMITH, MARY IEAN, 1, 1820 Oak, Pine Bluff
SMITH, MURIEL, 3, Rt. 1, Bee Branch
SMITH, NANCY, 2, 1012 Loretta Lane, LR 139, 236, 282,
SMITH, PEGGY, Rt. 1, Box 149, Greenbrier
SMITH, ROGER, Rt. 2, Box 27, Heber Springs
SMITH, RONALD, 10 Clinton Rd., NLR
SMITH, ROSEMARY, 3, Springfield
SMITH, SHELBY, 3, 300 Goshen Ave., NLR
SMITH, WILLARD E., 4, Searcy 107, 229
SMITH, WILLIAM, 3, 1610 Etheridge, Humboldt, Tennessee 123
SMITHERS, SUSAN, 1, 614 Dyer Circle, Benton 181
SMITHEY, IOHN, 4, 1106 W, 12th, Pine Bluff
SMITHSON, LARRY, 1, 6241 Highland Ave., Richmond, California
SOREY, HAZEL, 4, 125 E. 21st, NLR 123
SOUTHERLAND, PATRICIA, 1, Rt. 3, Conway 161, 257
SOWELL, DUANE, 1, 1116 Iackman, Benton 184
SOWELL, VIRGINIA, 1, Mayflower 161
SPARROW, KENNETH, 2, 2506 Robinson, Conway
SPENCE, MYRA, 1, Rt. 1, Austin
SPENCER, LARRY, 2, 506 W. Driver, Osceola 184, 203
SPENCER, SHIRLEY, 2, Box 126, Rt. 1, Widener 139, 219. 239, 249, 254
SPICER, GLENDALYN, 4, Box 551 Bald Knob
SPRADLIN, PATRICIA, 4, 2115 Ada, Conway
SPRINGS, ION, 1, 315 Pinewood, Hot Springs
SPRUEL, LAURA, 2, 205 Main St., Hot Springs
SPURLOCK, TRESS, 2, Rt. 1, Box 9, Holly Grove 229
STAGGS, TRESIHA, 3, Black Rock
STAKEMILLER, IUDITH, 3, 4400 Orange, NLR 123, 239, 251, 283
STALL, GERALD, 137 E. Boulevard, Conway
STALLINGS, MARGARET, 3, 1 Ridgecrest, Morrilton
123, 238, 243, 293
STRAWN, IERRELL, 1, Box 88, Elaine
STRICKLAND, LOUIS, 1, 120 E. 4th, Lonoke
STRICKLIN, DAVID, 1, 303 W. 52nd, NLR
STRIPLING, CLARENCE, 1, Rt. 1, Clinton
STRIPLING, RICHARD, 1, Rt. 1, Clinton
STROUD, LARRY, 2, 3700 W. 13th, LR
STROUD, ROBERT, 2, 620 Pollock, NLR
STUART, HERBY, 1, 818 Davis, Conway
STURGEON, KAY, 4, 1022 Edgehill Dr., Benton 123, 232, 243, 276
SULINA, IAMIE, 1, 4104 W. 25th, LR
SUMMERS, DIANA, 2, Rt. 2, Conway
SUTHERLIN, NANCY, 3, 611 E. Market, Searcy
SUTTERFIELD, WACO, 1, Harriett
SUTTERFIELD, LEO, 2, Mt. View
SUTTON, WILLIAM, 2, 2607 N. Grant, LR
SWAIM, IOSEPHINE, 3, 602 S. E. 4th, England
SWAIN, IERRY, 4, Little Rock
SWAIN, WILLIAM, 1, 307 E. Academy, Searcy
SWAN, LUANN, 1, Rt. 1, Forrest City
SWEARINGEN, DAVID, 1, 217 N. Woodrow, LR
SWIFT, HENRY, 1, 1401 E. Kiehl, NLR
SWILLING, EVELYN, 2, 2106 W. 16th, Pine Bluff
SWITZER, FLORENCE, 4, 8 Westbrook Circle, LR
SWOPE, IERRY, 2, 1307 Iames Rd., Fayetteville
SWOPE, KAY, 2, 602 Lark Lane, Mountain Home
SYBERT, IESSICA, 2, 1302 Commerce, LR
SYLAR, IOHN, 1, Poplar Grove
TABOR, LARRY, 3, Rt. 2, Everton 186, 187,
TACKETT, GARY, 1, 28 Rebecca Lane, Conway
TACKETT, LARRY, 2, 2003 Bruce, Conway
TACKETT, MARILYN, 1, 18 Stagecoach, Conway
TALLEY, HARRY, 2, 108 Brown, Morrilton
TANNER, MARVIN, RR2, Box 95, Vilonia
TARKINGTON, IAMES, 3, 710 W. Woodruff, Searcy
TARVER, HARRY, 1, 2033 Iohnston, Conway
TAUNTON, ROBERT, 4, 703 W. 9th, Crossett
TAYLOR, ANN, 1, 6907 Mabelvale Pk., LR
TAYLOR, ANNIE, 4, Rt. 1, Searcy
TAYLOR, CARTHEL, 4, Wilburn
STANEFER, MARY, 2, 1052 Donaghey, Conway
STANDLEY, CONNIE, 1, Rt, 4, Berryville
STANFIELD, LINDA, 4, 110 S. Maple, LR 123
STANFILL, MARY, 3, 205 E. Blvd., Conway
STANLEY, LARRY, 2, Box 246, Hazen
STANTON, KAY, 1, Rt. 3, Greenbrier
STARK, GEORGE, 4, 400 W. Pine, Heber Springs 167,
STARK, LINDA, 3, Bee Branch
STARKEY, MARY, 3, Rt. 3, Clinton
STARKEY, SHARION, 1, 605 Augusta, Conway
STARNES, REBECCA, 1, 1000 Rollison, Blytheville
STAUDINGER, MARTHA, 3, Box 175, Winchester
STEEL, GEORGE, 1, 517 S. Oak, Little Rock
STEGALL, IASPER, 4, 235 Oliver, Conway 107, 167, 227
STEINBECK, MICHAEL, 4, Rt. 2, Box 14, West Helena 108, 222
STELL, DANNY, 3, 1830 Mill, Conway 124, 261, 279,
STEPHENS, RICHARD, 1, 115 Hillcrest, Hot Springs 193,
STEVENS, CAROLYN, 2, Delaplaine
STEVENS, ROBERT, 4, 2021 Independence, Conway
STEWARD, FENNER, 2, 241 Center, Conway
STEWART, ALICE, 4, Marshall 108
STEWART, KATHY, 2, RI. 1, Vilonia
STEWART, SHIRLEY, 2, Bernard 139,
STIEFVATER, IAMES, 3, 707 First, Conway
STIEFVATER, MARY, 4, 707 First, Conway
ST. IOHN, SUSAN, 2, 902 S. Leslie, Stuttgart 235
STOBAUGH, MARGARET, 2, Parma, MO.
TAYLOR, DOY, 4, Russellville
TAYLOR, IERRY, 3, Rt. 1, Box 26, Elizabeth 124
TAYLOR, IIMMY, 1, 3597 Lakeshore, NLR
TAYLOR, LAWRENCE, 2, Box 45, Clinton
TAYLOR, LOWEL, 1, Wilburn
TAYLOR, MARY, 4, Center Valley Rd., Russelville
TAYLOR, PAMELA, 1, 607 S. College, Stuttgart
TAYLOR, PATRICIA, 1, 2103 S. Taylor, LR
TAYLOR, ROGER, 2, Rt. 1, Hazen
TEAL, DOROTHY, 2, 1412 Hobson Ave., Hot Springs
TEDFORD, IOY, 4, 703 Cleburne, W. Helena
TEETER, NANCY, 4, 1815 Maryland, LR
TEMPLETON, MARTHA, 4, Hazen
TERRELL, ANNA, 1, 1903 Bruce, Conway
TERRIL, IO, l, 52 Wall St., Eureka Springs
TERRY, KENNY, 2, Rt. 1, Walnut Ridge
THARP, IESSICA, 2, Wilburn 140,
THESSING, ANGELE, RFD 1, Box IA, Conway
THOM, RONALD, 1, 8109 Cantrell, LR
, BILLY, 1, Rt. 2, Hardy Addition, Conway
THOMAS, FRANCES, 2, 1304 Schiller, LR
, KENNETH, 1, Rt. 3, Conway
THOMAS, PAULA, 4, 318 North West, Morrilton
THOMAS, ROBERT, 4, 2120 Mississippi, LR
THOMAS, SHIRLEY, 3, Rt. 3, Box 44, Conway
THOMASON, DIANA M., 4, Lonoke
THOMPSON, BILLY, 3, Rt. 2, Box 339A, NLR
, 225, 256,
TROTTER, SHIRLEY, 1. Webb St., Mtn. View, Arkansas
THOMPSON, CAROLYN, 2, Rt. 2, Box 339A, NLR
THOMPSON. CLAUDE, 1, 1202 Thomasville, Pocahontas
THOMPSON. DONALD. 1. 2808 Lewis, LR
THOMPSON, LYNN, 1, 100 Elizabeth, Conway
THURMAN, BOBBY, 1, 46 Vaughn, Eureka Springs
TILLEY, THOMAS, 1, 6304 Pawnee Dr., NLR
TINER, BOBBY, 3, 217 Center, Morrilton
TIO, NORMA, 4, Bruce Hall, Conway
TIPTON, IERRY, 1, Rt. 1, Moro
TODD, MARTHA, 3, 619 N. Second, Cabot
TOLE, IAMES, 2, Pangburn
TOLLETT, ORA IEAN. 1, 53 Purdue Circle, LR
TORBETT, IAMES, 4, 503 W. Church, Morrilton
TORIAN, FRANK, 4, 2114 Bruce St.. Conway
TOWNLEY, RODNEY, 4, Rt. 1, Van Buren
TOWNZEN, CLYDE. 3. 1229 N. D., Rogers
TRABERT, THOMAS, 1. Box 245, McCrory
TRAFFANSTEDT, LINDA, 1, 54 W. Minster Dr., LR
TRAFFORD. AGNES, Rt. 2, Morrilton
TRAFFORD, JOHN, 3, Box 153, Plumerville
TRAFFORD, RUTH, 1, Rt. 1, Morrilton
TRAHAN, IUDITH, 2, 220 East 2nd St., Stuttgart
TREECE, IOHN, 1, Box 474, Leslie
TRENT, BARRY, 1, 221 Bairdon, Conway
TRENT. DAVID, 1, 2208 Wash., Conway
TROUTMAN, MARILYN, 1, 2019 Iohnston, Conway
TROY, IEWELL, 4, Lakeview Mkt., Heber Springs 81, 167, 212, 222
WALLACE, KAY, 2, Rt. 1, Solgohachia
WALLACE, LEWIS, 3, Waldo
WALLACE, SHARON, 1. 2110 Summit, LR 163, 273,
WALLING, CAROLYLE, 4, 1000 Walnut, Crossett
WALLOCH, GARY, 2, Library 28 Maple, NLR
WALLS, PATRICIA, 1, 7th Pike Des Arc
WALTHER, IOHN, 2, Box 468 ASTC, Conway
WARD, DENA, 3. Rt. 2, Conway
WARD, LARRY, 1, 717 N. Moose, Morrilton 276, 281,
WARREN, ELEANOR, 1, 201 W. Church, Morrilton 163
WARREN, LINDA, 1, Ida
WARREN, MILDRED. 4, Beebe
WARRICK, WILLIAM, 4, 7818 Dollarway, Pine Bluff
WARRINGTON, RICHARD, 1, 224 Ross, West Memphis
WARRINGTON, ROLAND, 1, 209 Eastwood, Blytheville
WASHBURN, WYLIE. 4, Rt. 3, Searcy
WATERS, MARY, 2, 5323 L. St., LR
TUCKER, BEVERLY, 1, Vilonia
TUCKER, ELIZABETH. 4, Rt. 2, Box 34, Newport
TUCKER, IRIS, 2, Rt. 2, Box 636, Benton
TUCKER. IOHNNY. 4, 1923 Simms, Conway
TUCKER, SIDNEY, 3, Rt. 2, Box 34, Newport
TUCKER, SYLVIA, 4, Crossett
TULL, KAY, 2, Rt. 1, Box 28, Scott 140, 233, 270,
TULL, YVONNE, 4, Rt. 1, Box 28, Scott 108, 259.
TURLEY, SHARON, 1, Rt. 1, Lonoke
TURNER., BETTY, 2, 4613 Rosemont, NLR 83, 140, 237, 243
TURNER. BRENDA, 2, 1939 Independence, Conway 140
TURNER, DENNIS. 2, Rt. 1, Box 1, Tuckerman
TURNER, IAMES. 2, 1939 Independence, Conway 185.
TURNER. RITHA, 3. Rt. 1, Mayflower
TURNER, SANDRA, 1, 108 Melrose Divide, NLR
TURNEY, BRENDA, 1, Rt. 2, Quitman 163,
TURNEY, NORMA, 4, 1301 Clifton, Conway
TWYMAN, SARAI, 3, 305 W. Brewer. Iacksonville
TYLER, IANIE, 1, 515 Third, Conway
TYLER, SHARON K.. 335 Davis, Conway
ULMER, ELIZABETH, 1, 3902 Wilder, LR
BETTY, 4, 722 Newport Ave., Newport 109, 239, 243
CAROLYN, 4, 600 N. 6th, Paragould 109, 238, 243.
VAN CLEAVE, LAURA, 4, 804 Washington, Camden
WATKINS, LYNDA. 1, 1405 Pine Valley, LR 163,
WATKINS, WILLIAM. 2, 402 Oak, Conway
WATSON, CAROL, 4, Box 124, Viola 83, 214, 230,
WATSON, CAROL, 2, Rt. 2, Box 13, Bigelow 124,
WATSON, IACQUELINE, 4, 414 South Ave., Hot Springs
110. 241, 259.
WATSON, IO ANN, Rt. 3, Greenbrier
WATTS, DELORES. Rt. 4, Box 119, Marshall 141, 211, 219, 233.
WATTS, FAYMA, 4, 605 E. Argyle, Harrison
WAVRIN, REBECCA, 1, 7614 Nloen Drive, LR 163,
WEATHERS, KARL, 4, Bassett, Nebraska
110, 274, 290, 292, 293, 296,
WEBB, BETTYE. 4. 508 Locust, Conway
WEBB, CAROLYN, 2, Rt. 4, Conway
WEBB, GARY, 1, 210 W. St., Pine Bluff
WEBB, MARGIE, 1, Rt. 1, Cabot
WEBSTER, BARBARA, 3, Rt. 1, Holly Grove 124, 211,
WEED, MICHAEL, 2, 1109 N. Tyler, LR
WEEMS. KAREN, 1, Star Route, Center Point
WEISS, LESLIE, 1, 131 Fairview Dr., LR
WELCH, MARIE. 1, 1215 East Ave., El Dorado 164,
WELCH, PEGGY, 1710 N. Pierce, LR 164,
WELCH, SHARON, 4, Rt. 1, Box 81, Humphrey 110, 259,
WELLS, ROLAND, 4, Rt. 1, Manila ug,
WENTZ, MARY, 4, 1002 Pine, Crossett, Ark.
WEST, IERRY, 2, 551 Maple, Camden
WESTBROOK, IAMES, 3, Bassett 124' 1851
WESTERFIELD, IOHN, 8511 Ark.-Mo. Hwy., NLR 1
WESTERMAN, CHARLIE. 4, Rt. 3, Box 934, Benton
WEWERS. ADRIAN, 4, 3501 S. 66th, Fort Smith 124, 219
WHEELER, MICHAIEL, 2, 969 Restbrook Ave., Memphis, Tenn.
WHEETLEY, HOWARD, 4, 7524 Redwood Dr., LR 110
WHEETLEY, MARION. 3. 7524 Redwood, LR
WHILEY, CAROLYN, 4, 1811 s. von Buren, LR
124, 238, 242, 259, 270, 282
WHILLOCK, SYLVIA, 1, P.O. Box 235, Clinton
WHITAKER, SANDRA, 1, 406 N. Myrtle, Warren
WHITE. DAVID. 4, Rt. 3, Box 337, LR
VAN CLEVE, WILLIAM, 1, Roland
VAN FOSSEN, LINDA, 4, 1824 Hickory, Conway
VAN PELT, RICHARD, 1, 2 Markbrook, LR
VANCE. IANE, 1, Rt. 1, Dardanelle
VANN. IAMES. 1, 205 Oliver, Conway
VAN PELT, CHARLES, 1, Rt. 1, Box 48, Vilonia
VARVIL, NANCY, 3, Rt. 1, Quitman 141,
VAUGHT, LINDA, 4, 701 Center, Beebe
VAUGHTER, IAMES, 1, 3 Ken Circle, LR
VERSER, DANNY, 1, Rt. 2, Heber Springs
VILLINES, IIMMY, 307 Donaghey, Conway
VINES, MARGARET, 3, Box 244, Beebe
VON SEGEN. WILLIAM, 1, 2401 S. Iackson. Fort Smith
VOSS, IOHN, 2, Rt. 2, Conway 169, 200, 201
WABLE, SYLVIE, 1, 408 Donaghey, Conway 163
WADE, BETTY. 4, Conway 109, 243,
WADE, WILLIAM. 2, 1819 S. Taylor, LR 141
WALKER, BRENDA, 3, Plumerville 124, 236.
WALKER, IIMMY, 1, 300 S. 2nd, Iacksonville 221
WALKER, IUDITH, 1, 201 W. Center, Searcy
WALKER, KATHERINE. 4, Melbourne 124, 230
WALKER, TOMA, 4, Mt. Vernaon 109, 251
81, 110, 212, 222, 291, 292.
HELEN, 3, 2305 Lee, Conway
IAMES, 1, 1712 Simms, Conway
IOE. 4, 222 Baridon, Conway
LINDA, 4, 802 Maple, Crossett 81, 110,
PATSY, 4, Rt 2, Box 67, Cave City
ROBBIE, 1, 712 West Granite, Siloam Springs 164,
WHITING. CHARLES. 3. Tichnor
WHITLEY, WILLIAM, 1. 622 Ivory Drive, LR
WHITMORE, IAMES, 302 Santa Fe, LR
WHITT. IOYCE. Rt, 5, Box 541, LR
WHITEWELL. ALLEN. 4, 397 Miliatary Road, NLR
WIGGINS, PETE, 1, 8710 Wilhite. NLR
WILBER, HELEN, 1, 165 Alabama, Iacksonville
WILBERN, MARGIE, 4, 4715 W. 26, LR
WILBURN, IAMES, 4, 217 Denison, LR 110
WILCOX, DENNIS, 2, 707 South Anna, Stuttgart
WILCOX, GEORGE, 1, 530 Oliver, Conway
WILCOX. LOUISE, 3, 1620 Robinson, Conway
WILEY. 4, Rt. 3, Greenbrier
I,INDA, 1, Rt. 2, Box 181, A. Greenbrier
WILF, DENNIS, 1, Box 185, Pleasant Plains 165, 255,
WILHELM, PAUL, 1, RD 2, Charleston
. 185, 229,
WALLACE, DIANE, 2, Rt 4-64 Westlake Dr., Pine Bluff
WALLACE, CLIFTON. 1, 2101 E. Lee, NLR
WALLACE, GLENNA, 2, Rt. 1, Perryville
WILKERSON, RICHARD, 2, Rt. 1, Box 281, Hensley
WILKES, NANCY, 1, 1712 Pine Valley Rd., LR 165,
WILLBANKS, BEN. 1, Plumerville
WILLBANKS, MICHAEL, 3, Plumerville
CONNIE, 1, Hwy. 22, Paris
DONNA, 2112 Bruce St., Conway
DOUGLAS, 2, 1628 Independence, Conway
DURWIN, 2, Rt. 4, Box 355, Conway
FREDDY, 3, 1552 Clifton, Conway
IUNE, 1, Box 337, Beebe
IUSTIN, 1, Box 33, Rt. 4, Conway
I KENNETH, 1, 4216 Locust, NLR
KENNETH D., 1, 4824 Pike Ave., NLR
LOWELL, 3, 2112 Bruce, Conway
LOYD, 4, 1115 Clifton, Conway
MARY NELL. 4, 1108 Clayton, Conway
ROBERT, 4, Rt. 3, Box 369, Conway
NICK, 4, 2714 S. Elm., LR
THELMA, 4, Rt. 2, Earle 87, 111,
VERNON, 2, Monroe
WILLIE, 4 Witt Springs
WILLIAMSON, GARY, 1, Box 393, Waldo
WILLIS, CLEVELAND, 1, 9011 Barber, NLR
WILMOTH, ANNA, 4, Box 30B Rt. N, Yellville
CHARLOTTE, 4, 2006 W. 3rd, Pine Bluff
EARL, 3, 132 North 9 St., West Helena
EDWARD, 1, Box 44, Centerville
GEORGE, 1, 1517 Caldwell, Conway
HERSHEL, 2, Rt. 1, Quitman
MARGARET, 2, Box 44, Greenbrier
MARVIN, 3, Rt. 2, Box 564, Newport
PAULA, 3, Box 341, Huntsville
SARA, 2, 2022 S. Martin, LR
SUSAN, 1, 141 Elaine Ave., Camden
PAUL, 1, Tucker
ANN, 1, Rt. 2, Box 256, Blytheville
WIMBERLY, IAMES, 3, 1169 Watkins, Conway
WIMBERLY, RONALD, 1, 1169 Watkins, Conway
WIMBERLY, NANCY, 4, Conway
WINCHELL, DAVID, 3, 611 N. West St., Morrilton
WINFREY, RICKY, 1, Damascus
WISDOM, GERALD, 4, 2100 Broadway, LR
WISE, RUTH ANN, 1, 615 W. 45th, NLR
WISLEY. CAROLYN, 4, Rt. 1, Mansfield
WITCHER, MURRY, 1, 1812 W. 36th, NLR
WITT, GERRY, 3, Rt. 1, Alexander
WOFFORD, FAYE, 4, Clinton
WOFFORD, WAYNE, 1, 113 Park Place, NLR
WOLFE, IAYNE, 1, 2928 Youngwood, LR
WOLFE, KAREN LEE, 3, 420 Del Rio Dr., LR
WOLFE, KENNETH, 4, 7719 Nolen Dr., LR 111, 167, 214,
LE, HENRY, 2, 310 Turner, Warren
WOMBLE, IOE. 4, NLR
WOMBLE, NOLAN, 4, 3200 Jacksonville, NLR
WOOD, ADDISON, 3, Rt. 2, Bee Branch
WOOD, CAROL, 2, Rt. 3, Box 18, Gravette
WOOD, DANNY, 1, Box 278, Iudsonia
WOOD, IAMES, 1, 815 Ingram, Conway
ARD, SHARON, 1, 5 Sonata Trail, LR
WOORDRUFF, TEDDIE, 4, 2016 Duncan, Conway
S, LARRY, 2, 708 NW B St., Bentonville
SMALL, NORMA, 4, 512 Cherry, NLR
WARD, SANDRA, 1, Enola
WORTH, MELVA, 1, Alpena
WOOTTEN, PATRICIA, 1, P.O. Box 348, Parkin
WORKS, BARBARA, 2, 5515 W. Kenedy, Pine Bluff, Ark.
WORLOW, WILLIAM, 2, 4424 W. Dr., NLR
WORM, GEORGEANN, 2, 414 E. Blvd., Conway 0165, 244
WORM, RALPH, 4, 128 Baridon, Conway
WRAY, ROY, 2, 408 S. Walker, Hope 73, 141, 169
WRIGHT, GEORGE, 1, 420 E. 2nd, Hope, Ark.
WRIGHT, DAVID, Rt. 1, Manila 125
WRIGHT, JUDY, 3, 414 Reserve, Hot Springs 125,
WRIGHT, SUE, 2, 110 Oakwood, Hot Springs 141, 235
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, 2, Rt. 1, Box 443, Benton
WULFF, ROBERTA, 4, 304 Oaklawn, Hot Springs
RALPH, 1, Rt. 2, Mountain Top
YARBROUGH, GEORGE, 1, 570 Ash, Conway
YATES, PAULA, 4, Box 73 Center Point
YOCOUM, IAMES, 1624 Robinson, Conway
FRANK, 4, 2499 S. Taylor, LR
DANNY, 1, Highway 6, Conway
IOE FRED, 4, 2510 Robinson, Conway
81, 111, 174, 195, 219, 227,
IOYCE, 1, 415 W. Seventh, Stuttgart
YOUNG, MARY, 4, 302 Rose Lane, NLR
YOUNG, PATRICIA, 1, Rt. 5, Harrison
YOUNG, RETA, 3, Box 21, Rose Bud 125,
YOUNG, THELMA, 1, Rose Bud, Ark.
TOMMIE, 1, RR1, Pangburn
ZAWISLAK, RAYMOND, 4, North Little Rock
ZEIGLER, WESLEY, 2, Salem
ZERMATTEN, VIRGINIA, 1, 1322 W. 9th, NLR
ZIMMERMAN, IAMES, 1, Rt. 2, Conway
ZUBER, ELSIE, 4, Rt. 2, Box 32, Benton
Karl Weathers says good bye to.the last of the unused copy forthe 1965 SCROLL.
This year has proved to be a most frustrating one.
The deadlines all came too soon, and nothing was
ever ready on time, but with the help of several very
good workers we finally got the SCROLL out.
At the first of the year we had sixty people vol-
unteer to work on the SCROLL, but only about one
fifth of these actually worked. To these few people I
want to say "Thank You." To the rest of the student
body I would like to say "If you want the SCROLL to
come out on time, why don't you try working on it!"
For several reasons the 1965 SCROLL was very
lucky to be produced. There were too few workers,
the pictures were not made when they were needed,
and the copy never seemed to be finished on time.
If the students of ASTC want a yearbook, and I am
sure that they do, they need to want one bad enough
to work on it.
This year Susan La Fontaine had the biggest job
of all. She was the editor of the Organization section.
Only a minority of the organizations cared to help
by getting their membership lists to Susan, and be-
cause of this the SCROLL was delayed about two
months. I hope that next year the organizations that
do not cooperate with the editor of the SCROLL will
be left out of the book.
The class sections were each done by one per-
son and it is quite a job to try to write and crop pic-
tures for a class section. The people that did this job
were: Donna Patton, Eugene Green, Susan La Fon-
taine, and Cloie Perry.
One job that took a lot of time was that of putting
together the "This is ASTC" section. Mary Alice "Sam"
Pendergrass with the help of Benny Hollis did all of
the work on this section.
Thelma Williams Wrote the majority of the copy
in the 1965 SCROLL, and Eugene Green copy read
most of the copy, this is also a big job.
Ianice Clements, Mary Louise Doyle, and Becky
Ioyner did the sports section. This took many hours
of research on scores.and standings. These three girls
did quite an outstanding job.
The members of the staff were also quite helpful.
They did typing, numbering, and drawing whenever
they were needed. These people were: Iimmy Walker,
Ed Shelton, Benny Hollis, Charlene Garrett, lane Stall-
ings, Linda Gosha, Ken Herr, Ieannie Rayner, Sarah
Stokes, Karen Greenwood, Sarai Twyman, and Linda
Mr. Karl Meyer was very nice to us this year. He
took and developed some pictures that Bill did not
get around to taking. Several other members of the
Faculty were also helpful. Mr. Coy Turner was always
around when we needed help.
Mr. H. B. Hardy was one of the most outstanding
workers this year. Without his help we could never
have made it. He worked harder than any of us. He
was supposed to have sponsored the SCROLL, but he
ended up doing about half of the work.
The most outstanding members of the staff this
year were Mary Alice Pendergrass, Thelma Williams,
Susan La Fontaine, Nancy Green, and Mr. H. B. Hardy.
Nancy Green, while editing the Echo, found
enough time to help on the SCROLL and she did a fine
job on any assignment she was given.
I only hope that next year more people will take
their part of the responsibility of Working on the
Next year Phil Esch and Benny Hollis will be tak-
ing over the leadership of the SCROLL and I hope
that the students of ASTC will do all they can to have
the best SCROLL ever published by this school.
Karl Weathers, Editor
1965 SCROLL STAFF
Associate Editor ....
Business Manager . . .
Index Editor ....
Literary Editor .......
Administration Editor .
Faculty Editors ..
Senior Class Editor . .
Iunior Class Editor . . .
Sophomore Class Editor
Freshman Class Editor
Organizations Editor ..
Sports Editors .....
This is ASTC Editor ..
Staff .... ......
. . . . . . Karl Weathers
. . . .Mary Alice Pendergrass
. . . . David White
. . H. B. Hardy, Ir.
. . . . Bill Burkhart
. . . . Iudy Combs
. . . . Thelma Williams
. . . Velma Minton, Barbara Minton
. ..... Donna Patton
. . . . Eugene Green
. . . . . . . . Susan La Fontaine
Susan La Fontaine
. . . . Ianice Clements
Mary Louise Doyle
Mary Alice Pendergrass
. . . . . . . . . . . Iirnmy Walker, Ed Shelton, Benny Hollis,
Charlene Garrett, Iane Stallings, Linda Gosha, Ken Herr,
Jeannie Rayner, Sarah Stokes, Karen Greenwood,
Sarai Twyman, Linda Montgomery.
Lmmqmphea 5 emma by
Mmfelme Mu, U s, A
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