University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR)

 - Class of 1967

Page 1 of 386

 

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1967 Edition, University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 386 of the 1967 volume:

E1IlS1lE1Ili1llf1lLHllS1lLTII'S1lE1l!'1ILHIlffllL11lf5lMINIUlllffllliilll-Wil'-1U33ILHEIUWIU1ilFll'f-WIUWIW-WLFIIl5lL'fllU1ILiIlf11lLflIL'1lEIlS1U5lll'flIlH-WI'-'11llf1lL'f1llS1lE1M ,WLMK 967 Tonlnly Anderson - Business Manager Jan A. Tuttle - Editor EWILHILHIUWI5llf'1llS1ILF1lL"1Il51l'f-1ILHIlS1ILfllE1IEILHILFIILHIEWILWILSWILWILHIEUSWILHIU-WILHIEILtlllbwllf-WILHIUWlL'f1ll5IWLS1ILWlLH1IL'21I'3'-i1LF1I51L'f1lUf'IIlS1IE1IE QF' H4 STATE COLLEGE OF AP.KANsAs KM W CONWAY, AEKANsAs VOLUME 52 Mm by Egg? Challenge to Change: a time of expanding responsibility Change is a Constant. Today is soon Yesterday, and a new challenge - Tomorrow - must be met with the Knowledge gained from today's Experiences. Students, the builders of Tomorrow's world, must be Participants, not pacifists in today's World. Each Generation has Challenged the Institution to change, Demanding effective teaching to eradicate Complacency with Ignorance. Change and constant Modification Prevail at SCA: new methods of Educating teachers, multi-million Dollar renovations, a change in name, State Teachers to State College, Motivation of the Individual To ask questions, seek answers, and Become prepared to solve the Problems of Responsibility and Reality of today's World. The Challenge is ever present. Meeting the Challenge and the Responsibility of Change will Determine and mold the Student, The Individual, the Uncommon Man. 1967 Scroll reco nizes Dr. E. C. Polk Educators should be chosen not merely for their special qualifications, but more for their personality and their character, because we teach more by what we are than by what we teach. . Will Durant Dr. E. C. Polk Gentleman, scholar, friend. These are but a few of many at- tributes of one member of SCA,s English department who enjoys the respect and esteem of both col- leagues and students - Dr. E. C. Polk. Hailing from the Lone Star State, Dr. Polk received his bach- elorls and master's degrees from Hardin-Simons College, and doc- torate from Texas Tech. Before coming to our campus in 1962, Dr. Polk taught at Abilene High School, Texas Tech, and TCU. Dr. Polk is a member of the Official Board of the First Metho- dist Church of Conway, Phi Delta Kappa, NEA, and SCMLA. A former sponsor of Alpha Chi, he is now sponsor of Pi Kappa Alpha frater- nity, and member of faculty committees. For his inspiration to students in kindling their imagination and enlarging their vision, and for ser- vice to the College, we dedicate the 1967 Scroll to Dr. E. C. Polk. Contents Part One THISISSCA.. .. 6 Part Two ADMINISTRATION .. . 50 Part Threw SPECIAL FEATURES . .92 Part Four ATHLETICS. . . .. 118 Part Five LIVING GROUPS ..... 148 4-,Ip A .. , -, 1'--U,-1 QS' . Q , -1 tl ff -sqm. f C, mf, 2 ,1 if , , F 7 'PART ONE THIS IS SCA SCAY is a composite of many things-the activities, people, and buildings-but also of many intangible things-the spirit, emotions, and changes within' the stul dentwhile he lives here. In four years the student is expected to have gained enough knowledge to be able to face still another, and different, life in tomorrow's world-a challenge of vitalimportance. There, in his quieter moments, he will reflect back upon the cher- ished memories ,of .his Alma Mater and how the .challenge was met. . g V ' i l The first night, the campus looked lonely, but SCA spirit soon was felt by everyone. In the Beginning - a new hallenge The first day saw many trips carrying luggage, clothes, barrels, clothes, necessities, and more clothes. With beginning of school came elections. Freshmen pre-registered this year. leaving upperclassmen to ponder filled sections. ,p--ua ,ggi 7 A Freshman Betty Baldridge is wed to upperclassman Les Oliver in ACS' annual Friendship Ceremony. Alpha Sigma Tau sorority held its second annual pie-eating contest early in the year with Larry Odom taking the honors for Theta Xi fraternity. Cree is hold annual activities Toilet Bowl Queen, Marsha Tarkington - Sig Tau defeated Phi Lambda Chi in Toilet Bowl game. Royalty included Marsha Tarkington Queen, Becky J oyner, Linda Stell, Janette Lea, and Brenda Turner. Things are supposed to get easier as you get older, Hitting four out of five not bad for novice. Girls practice delicate art of egg catching. .A 3 X if I Pike Follies always end the samefPikes in the mud. First riders in Sig Tau bike relay to A and M were Tommy Combination pep rally and concert by popular recording star makes Anderson and Sonny Kitchens. for swinging time with pep that doesnlt require much rallying. Football--Important part of CA life Talented band watches music and game at same time. Referees valid decision makes it "official',. 1 2 l Homecoming a gala occasion f" HALL Q1 11 Qi 'il 1 ,fl M 1 T f 5' 5 Weeks of decoration and preparation precede big event. Sophomore Maid Carol Ann Crabtree and Bob Patrick enjoy Royalty Banquet. Var fy , T-Steppers march in Homecoming parade. No parade is complete without Marching Bear Band. T ,955 ,a 4:5 H, , ,-,,-, ,lg I Q Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Sigma Tau Sigma Kappa Sigma Sigma Sigma Delta Zeta 7-Q,- Phi Sigma Epsilon Theta Xi su., pn- NT? Sigma Tau Gamma N., aww... 'Mun'-N .. ii , ... . K., 4 kirvfry sa ifffv ily- 1 fax? L AJ avg, 'll Y 4 4: Wu "Y,1',iy Phi Lambda Chi Pi Kappa Alpha vii' L Traditional football mums always add to the excitement of the homecoming game. Queen Lib Jennings Harrison is crowned in pre-game ceremonies by President Silas D, Snow. U Homecoming Court included Mary Spears, freshman maid, Nancy Smith, maid of honor, Queen Lib Jennings, Joy Phillips, senior maid, Carol Ann Crabtree, sophomore maid, and Suzanne Rogers, junior maid. Fans anxiously await the outcome - a victory for the Bears over the Henderson Reddies. T-Steppers march again at game half-time. The Band and feature twirlers present special performances Sadie Hawkins comes to SCA Activities began with the traditional pig chase. Judges confer on contests for longest beard and Daisy Mae and Lil' Abner. K.-..., .-W' f',5. 'L ,f ff Afffrk. L f Q 'f' L L xi, iwiff4"h"m ff' N . .lf I 1 Mary Ann McRae and Ronnie McLeod were chosen, Big bad John Cullen received sirtifi- Cliff and Carol Hoofman git hitched by Marrying as Daisy Mae and Lil' Abner. kit for longest beard, Sam. Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels performed at climaxing dance. uccessful year for Public Students view exhibit on controversial question "Was Shakespeare Really Shakespeare?" t e 6 Will Geer and Anna Gee Bryd appear in dramatization of "An Marta Becketin"Come-BackVaudeville". Evening's Frost". Appearances Committee Bob Lowry, world famous clarinetist, performed with SCA Band at Tech game. Ruth Welcome plays the zither. 1 John Spencer Churchill visits with Dr. Sylar and Mr, Behrens before presenting his address 'tWe Churchills". Senate sponsors Bands, buys Bear 'A The Group A new Mighty Bear 'fW"S'P'i "1" 'W' "U 'i"'i' 'F' 'SVS ' -Wifi'fefffffiffffivfiz'?rh'ffh"?f h The Vogues , im 4 4 L , Q Q fffff-fgamzfes e w :wal h ffgawzrffsfgg-E, 5:39 e Q efffffe ff' iff . Kuff - f- h 'Z ia'-f 7' PM EEA' Many hours of rigorous drill precedes game. nd then comes Basketball As tension mounts, the fans rise to the occasion. i fra mu R2 T-Steppers march during basketball season also - this time led by co-captain Cheshire and choreographer Carpenter. Q i 4 be Phi Sigs paint signs to support Bears at rally. While Bears wreck Tech, the cheerleaders dance Alpha Sigma Tau won first place in the all-Greek Forensic Festival. The 'tFlame Fantasy" Style Show is sponsored annually by Delta Zeta sorority. Greeks sponsor pageants, boost spirit Phi Sigs have a big game going during their annual Frontier Week. Greeks back the Bears with car parade before Southern State game. r Phi Lambda Chi sponsors Best Dressed Ccred Contest annually. Finalists were Sperry, Riffey, and Hairston. The Central Arkansas Junior Miss Pag- eant was held on the State College campus sponsored by Delta Zeta sorority. ' N My ,Jul K, Af' No matter what the weather or occasion, the Center offers a warm welcome. Student Center: Home away from home H Ladies' Night gave females run of recreation WRA holds Bridge Tournament in Center. facilities. D.F!"" The Center provides a place to meet friends, bluff a hand of poker, or make another purchase in the friendly Bookstore SCA's Danny Lynch cleans bases for the Bears. Spring brings Baseball, phone calls Ernie Berry knocks double to shut out Southern State. Delegates to the Model United Nations in St. Louis were LuRene Jolly, Mr. Simms Mike Hannum tees off for SCA. Inv ,fx McClintock, Linda George, David Gruber, Susan Smithers, Barbara Boardman, John Thompson, John Jordon, Rod Schleifer, Brett Newcomb, and Johnny Green. Linda Santa Cruz, National Honey Queen ariably, if the phone isn't busy, the one in the girls' dorm is. 'mal , , . , ' s J One challenge met brings still another . CAMPUS One of the newer additions to SCA, the Administration Building was completed in 1963 at a cost of S431,850. The building contains the offices of the president, dean, busi- ness manager, registrar, and the directors of research, development, field services, student activities, public affairs, housing and place- ment. The latest in air-conditioning, and computing machines are fea- tures of the Ad Building. Ad Building The Main Building, one of the oldest landmarks of SCA, was one time an administration building, Now, after a S531,000 renovation this year, Main contains classes in history, speech, mathematics, languages, sociology, political sci- ence and geography, as well as the Ida Waldran Auditorium. This year the speech depart- ment began supervision ofthe new radio station KASC-FM, operating on 91.5 megacycles with a 10 watt power output. Torreyson Library was first occupied in October, 1963. Con- structed at a cost of S1,000,000, it has space for 650 students to study in a temperature-controlled atmos- phere the year round. The structure itself utilizes 45,000 square feet and has ample shelving for 172,000 vol- umes. At the present time it has over 95,000 volumes, with plans for adding more in the coming years. Torreyson Library Harrin Hall .ig When the new Torreyson Li- brary was completed in 1963, Har- rin Hall, which had served as the library until then, was renovated in- to an air-conditioned general pur- pose classroom building. Consisting of six classrooms, including two large lecture rooms, and faculty offices, it contains the departments of philosophy, special education. and sociology. The E. E. Cordrey Building was the first building constructed on the SCA campus. Built in 1908, it has served as administration building, major classroom building, and, un- til recently, science building. Cor- drey now contains classes in busi- ness administration, art, history, and home economics. Irby Hall Irby Hall contains the depart- ments of English, Journalism, Psy- chology, and Education, as well as the office of the Dean of Graduate Studies. A nursery school, situated in the south wing of this air-condi- tioned building, is very useful to home economic majors as it pro- vides opportunity to study children's behavior. Cordrey Hall Science Building Baridon Hall, originally a wom- en's dormitory, houses the de- partment of music. The SCA band and Little Symphony use the build- ing which provides practice and rehearsal rooms, a large music library, and music classroom. Bar- idon Hall will be replaced by the new Fine Arts Center presently under construction. Recently completed, the new Science building houses the depart- ments of Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. The building is equipped with the latest in modern instruc- tional and research equipment, in- cluding a germ and bacteria labor- atory, sound and light recorders, and a nuclear howitzer, made pos- sible through a grant from Atomic Energy Commission. An Arboretum is another feature of this air-con- ditioned building. Baridon Hall The Home Management House is utilized by the Home Economics majors to use the principles learned in the classroom. Each stu- dent lives there for a nine-weeks' period during her senior year, keeping house, cooking, and main- taining a budget. Ben Laney Building Home Management The Ben T. Laney Building and its annexes were constructed in 1947 and now serve as the Industrial Education Buildings. The main sec- tion consists of wood-working and metalworking shops and the adjoin- ing building is equipped with class- rooms for drafting, with printing shops located on the second floor. Constructed in 1937, the gym- nasium is used for recreational and teaching activities. The building contains a heated indoor swimming pool, basketball court, showers, locker rooms, laundry room, class- rooms, student lounge, faculty of- fices and gymnastic rooms. It is surrounded by tennis courts, base- ball field and football stadium. KETS Television s 2 X Rx X s xx xx ,X Gymnasium A new educational television station built on the SCA campus in 1966 will eventually serve ap- proximately 875,000 people. Arkan- sas Educational Television Station KETS broadcasts on UHF Channel 2, twelve hours a day, five days a week, reaching approximately 233, 000 school pupils and 15,000 college students. Courses scheduled will include elementary Spanish, art, public school music and science for junior and senior high school students. The Student Center, built in 1963, is the "home away from homen for SCA students. Many varied interests can be found there during the day and night. Located in the building are the bookstore, refreshment center, conference rooms, post office, Senate, Royal Rooters, Student Christian Assoc- iation, publications offices, and a recreation room. A ballroom and lounge located on the second floor are used for exhibits, dances, films, and other student activities. Commons The SCA cafeteria, the Com- mons, was built in 1939. Because of increased enrollment, the size was doubled at a cost of S258,000. This addition, including two new serving lines, was completed in 1963. Among other features added at the time were multicolored chairs and tables, a large pastry room and an air-conditioned salad room. In the rear of the new side, a small dining room can be closed off for special dinners and other functions. Student Center Ferguson Chapel The President's home, a lovely red brick ten-room building with colonial architecture, is located on Donaghey Avenue opposite Mc- Alister Hall. President and Mrs. Snow are very proud of its beauti- fully landscaped grounds and enter- tain the freshmen and faculty every year with garden-party mixers. Ferguson Memorial Chapel was dedicated in 1965, bringing into reality a dream conceived of as a memorial to the late Dean W.C. Ferguson. The non-denominational chapel, open to all who wish to stop by for a moment of meditation, is the meeting place for the Student Christian Association. All students are familiar with the 25 English Bell Carillon which was donated by Dr. H. L. Minton's family. Presidente Home Short Hall, built in 1960 as a residence hall for women, houses 140 freshman students. Rooms are arranged on a suite plan: two rooms and a private bath for four occu- pants. The building is equipped with year-round heating and air-condi- tioning, kitchenette, television lounge, sitting parlor, washateria, and hair-drying room. Denney Hall Short Hall Denney Hall is a three story freshman residence hall built in 1963 housing 140 women. Like its counterpart, Short Hall, it has com- plete air-conditioning and heating. Its rooms are also arranged in a suite plan. An outstanding feature of this dorm is its sitting room which overlooks the walled court- yard. Bernard Hall, housing 286 up- perclasswomen, was constructed in 1939, and with increasing enroll- ment, a new annex was added in 1950. The building provides laun- dries, kitchenettes, an infirmary, sitting rooms, and meeting rooms for the five sororities on the SCA campus. Bernard Hall McAlister Hall .,W'T'g McAlister Hall was completed in 1934 and now houses 130 fresh- man women. Modern renovations in- clude kitchenettes, washaterias, and Mirror Room for reception parties. Aside from being a residence hall, McAlister Hall contains the Speech Correction clinic and classroom. Conway Hall The cottages, located on Bruce Street adjacent to the campus, house married couples. Each cot- tage contains four rooms and a bathg and those who live there can- not help having a soft spot in their heart for their "home,'. Finished almost the same time as State Hall in early fall, Conway Hall is the newest womenis dormi- tory on campus. Housing 250 wom- en, air-conditioned Conway Hall has a modern, spacious lounge and television room. A rock garden decorates the front of this three- story residence hall. Cottages Wingo Hall The newest men's residence hall on campus, State Hall is com- pletely air-conditioned, and houses 250 students. A large, spacious lounge decorated with wood carv- ings and modern art, television room and study rooms are some of the facilities useful to its resi- dents. Each room, comfortably ac- commodating two students,iincludes lavatory, twin beds and built-in desks, along with ample closet and storage space. Wingo Hall is a residence hall for married couples, containing sin- gle, double and three-room apart- ments, each with private bath and kitchenette. Large living rooms are provided for entertaining guests of the married residents. South Minton Hall, completed in 1958, and North Minton Hall, com- pleted in 1960, are the two wings of this S690,000 air-conditioned men's dormitory. Financed by funds from the Federal Housing Agency, the two wings are connected by a large contemporary-furnished lounge. Each room is equipped with desks, closet space, and washing facilities. Television and refresh- ment facilities are also available. Arkansas Hall Minton Hall Arkansas Hall is one of the more recent additions to the SCA campus. Built at a cost of S850,000 this fully air-conditioned building houses each fraternity on separate floors. Each room accommodates two men, providing twin beds, desks, and closet and storage spaces. The recently enlarged lounge is equipped with a TV set, modern decor and seating to give convenience of entertainment and comfort. Doyne Hall is a men's residence hall on the SCA campus adjoining its counter-part, Meadors Hall. This four-story structure, equipped with a modern lobby on the first floor, in- cludes recreation, laundry, and re- freshment facilities. Doyne was one of the first dorms on the SCA campus. Meadors Hall Doyne Hall Meadors Hall has seen nearly every aspect of SCA life. This three story residence, housing over 60 men, was completed in 1937, and is connected with Doyne Hall. Ground floor rooms have been con- verted into classrooms. A marked closeness is present among the men in the home-like atmosphere that prevails. The Baptist Student Union is used by the Baptist Students on the SCA campus. Here one may find people who like the same things and have something in common as they join together in worship, fun, and fellowship. The building -con- tains a lounge, kitchen, and library which is open to all students. Wesley The Wesley Foundation is a place where Methodist students go for worship, pleasure, and study. It contains conference rooms, kitchen, chapel and a lounge. Stu- dents may come here and listen to people speak and discuss problems of the outside world, or attend brief devotionals every evening. BSU Fine Arts Center New high rise residence halls for men and women are under con- struction on the SCA campus. They will consist of seven stories each, connected by a lounge and a cafete- ria which will serve the men and women of these two halls. Expected to be ready for use in late 1967, the residence halls will house five hundred students. The new fine arts center now being constructed on the campus will contain a theater for the drama department, a concert hall for the music department, art studios for the art department, and class- rooms for these three departments. When completed in 1967, it will house most modern conveniences for producing the fine arts. New Residence Halls Qwummmuwwlmlmwrmuwumuwriinmuaflfdri-Jrfff1n wJ1nJrEiE11wrE1nE1Jf.Qre1nfQ:ffi:wJur-1m1f?1m1EJ 5Lt51f-n1m1hL5'slri1mQ1Qumu mnmumlrmLnmumnm1Q1H11Q1m1ml PART A sg ADMINISTR T10 The students of today They are critical and places of ' stant challenge to be and has' been will stimulate and lenges of responsibilities. bond- between student and SVGI' to meet the there is a- the challenge together. e as they face Mr. Winthrop Rockefeller Governor of Arkansas New Governor and Board determine general policies In November's elections, Ar- kansas' voters made a pronounced change in the State's government when they elected its first Republi- can governor since Reconstruction, Winthrop Rockefeller. With the approval of the Ar- kansas Senate, the Governor makes appointments to the seven-member Board of Trustees of the College who serve seven year terms. James Ahlf J. C. Mitchell The Board is the legally con- stituted agency whose final deci- sions determine general policies of the college, looking to the chief administrative officer for leader- ship in policy matters and execu- tion of those policies. Meeting in regular sessions four times each year, board members serve with- out pay. Louis Polk of West Mem- phis is president of the Board. Cleddie Harper riff Mrs. Rufus Morgan, Jr. 5 K t Mx ...fi 1,111- .1 Louie Polk Chairman Lindsey Hatchett John Sneed, Jr., M.D Dr. Silas D. Snow President of the College Snow First Alumnus to Become President of SCA ,. Filllluuqp 4 , 2 3 - H is . .5 3 -5, S5 '55 President Snow participated in the formal dedication ' of the new Educational Television station in Conway. On July 1, 1953, Dr. Silas D. Snow was inaugura- ted as the fifth president of the State College of Ar- kansas and became the first alumnus to hold this ad- ministrative position at this college. A native of Conway, Dr. Snow graduated from Conway High School, served as editor of the Scroll and president of the Student Senate of SCA, and gradu- ated from SCA in 1929. He received his Master's de- gree from George Peabody College. In 1959 Hendrix College conferred on him an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. Before coming to SCA he served as superin- tendent of schools at Corning, Poyen, and Crossett. He has served on the Board of Trustees of SCA. Dr. Snow is a member of the Methodist Church, a member of its official board, and he has served as President of the Conway and Crossett Rotary Clubs. He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, North Central As- sociation Commission and National Commission on Accrediting. He is a 32nd degree Mason and a Shriner. He is past president of the Arkansas Education As- sociation, Chairman of Arkansas Educational Televi- sion Commission, and was Arkansas' representative on the European Flying Classroom inspection tour in 1950. Ast the President of the State College of Arkansas, Dr. Snow is responsible for administering the affairs of the school within the policies of the Board of Trustees. I . o Vt' 'im XX sk. N President and Mrs. Snow meet and become acquainted with new students each year at the Freshman Mixer. Dean Dr. A.E. Burdick is the present Dean of the State College of Arkansas. A native of Milwaukee, Wisonsin, 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 earned a Doctor of Phil- osophy degree from George Peabody College for Teachers in 1957. Dr. Burdick came to the school in 1937 as an in- structor in geography. He became professor and head of the department in 1947. Between 1952-1954 he served as head of a department. He became Dean of the Col- lege 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, National Council of Geography Teachers, Arkansas Education Associa- tion, of which he has served as president of the college division, and Who's Who in America. The Dean is the principal academic officer of the college, it is his responsibility to supervise and admin- ister instructional practices, the standards for student advice, and curricular policies. He is the represent- ative of the faculty and the student body to the President. Dr. A. E. Burdick 'cvnaf 21571 f.,11frt,-V 'dffi isw .ww- .. .,,r.. ,KM ,l ,,,, '-'- 6 , W. -it I W... M-f Harold D. Eidson Asslstant Business Manager Carlis C. Hudson became Assistant Business Manager February 1, 1966. He assists with the in- creasing duties of the business office. Mr. Hudson is a native of Virginia. He earned a Bachelor of Commer- cial Science degree from the Southeastern University of the District of Columbia in 1932. He served in the United States Government Foreign Service for thirty- five years including executive positions in Pakistan, Bolivia and Jordan. Before coming to SCA, Mr. Hudson was Director of Procurement, Traffic, and Sales and Assistant to the President of the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. Business Manager Coming to the State College of Arkansas in 1943 as Assistant Business Manager, Harold D. Edison is a native of Yell county, he went to high school in Hot Springs, attended SCA and graduated from the Uni- versity of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science de- gree. Mr. Eidson received his Masters of Arts degree from the University of Arkansas in 1939. Mr. Eidson is a member of the Conway Kiwanis Club, Chamber of Commerce, on the Board of the Conway Memorial Hospital, Board of Directors of the Faulkner County Chapter of the American Red Cross, Board of Deacons of the First Baptist Church. Assisting the President in administering the bud- get is the first responsibility of the Business Manager and the Business office. Another responsibility is the establishment and maintenance of correct accounting systems, and budgetary controls. The Business Office prepares monthly financial statements for the Presi- dent, the Board of Trustees, and governmental agen- cies. Through this office, purchases are made and funds are disbursed. Carlis C. Hudson Director of Student Activities Dr. James Sylar is Director of Student Activities. A native of Holly Grove, he came to the State College of Arkansas in 1950. Dr. Sylar received his BA degree from Henderson State College, his MA degree from George Peabody College, and his Ed.D. degree from Indiana University. Dr. Sylar helps students help themselves through guidance and counseling services. In his position he deals chiefly with the extracurricular activities of campus. Dr. Sylar is the chairman of the NDEA Com- mittee which grants government loans to studentsg co- ordinator of the Rural Endowment Loans at SCA, and sponsors the Interfraternity Council. Mrs. W.C. Ferguson Dr. James Sylar Director of Women's Activities Mrs. W. C. Ferguson serves as Director of Wo- menis Activities which she has held since June, 1956. Before this position she was associate housemother in Bernard Hall. Mrs. Ferguson, a native of Lonoke, re- ceived her BA degree from SCA and her MA degree from George Peabody College. As Director of Women's Activities, Mrs. Fergu- son has charge of the Women's dormitories, making room assignments, and providing special housing ar- rangements for visiting groups. She works with the dormitory hostesses in individual or group confer- ences and attends dormitory meetings. She plans and supervises receptions and other social functions. Counseling with students is a major function of her of- fice., Charles Downs Director of Admissions and Research William H. Osborne came to the State College of Arkansas in the summer of 1960 as Director of Testing and an instructor in Psychology. Mr. Osborne attended public schools in Austin, Texas. He earned his Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Texas. Before coming to SCA, he was school psy- chologist at Morrilton public schools. Prior to Mr. Osborne's position as Director of Admissions and Re- search he served as Registrar. As Director of Admissions and Research Osborne has the opportunity to study the curriculum of the col- lege and find what can be or needs to be done to make the program more meaningful to the student. Mr. Os- borne works to get new federal legislative proposals adopted allowing SCA to try new programs of federal aid. Registrar Charles Downs came to the State College of Ar- kansas in the summer of 1966 as Registrar. He is a native of England, Arkansas. Mr. Downs served as su- perintendent, and as principal in public schools in Hot Springs, Brinkley, St. Charles, and Texarkana. Before coming to SCA, Mr. Downs held the position of Direc- tor of Public Relations at Henderson State College for seven years. He received his Bachelors degree from SCA and his Masters degree from the University of Arkansas. In executing his duties as registrar, Downs ex- amines applications for admission to SCA to see if the student has met admissions requirements. Another function is to make permanent records on the student after he enters. These records are kept after a stu- dent graduates. A careful examination is made before a student graduates to see if he has met all the neces- sary graduation requirements. William H. Osborne S.D. White Dean of Graduate Studies Dr. B.A. Lewis, before becoming Dean of Gradug ate Studies, was head of the Education and Psychology Department at SCA for 23 years. Before coming to SCA, Mr. Lewis, a native of Nashville, Arkansas, was superintendent of schools in Dewitt. Dr. Lewis earned his BSE at SCA, and his M.A. and Ph.D. at George Pea- body College. As Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Lewis confers with graduate students on what programs they need to study. He checks a graduate student's admission re- quirements and registration, approves research out- lines and thesis, and approves students for graduate work for their Master's degree. Director of Field Services S. D. White became Director of Field Services July 1, 1966. Before coming to SCA, he was principal of West Side Junior High School in Little Rock. Mr. White, a native of England, Arkansas, has had 29 years' teaching experience in Arkansas schools. He was superintendent of Rosebud schools. White worked at SCA as a visiting instructor from 1956 to 1959. Mr. White received his BSE from SCA, and his M.A. and Diploma of Advanced Studies from the Uni- versity of Arkansas. The office of the Director of Field Services is in charge of making possible a practical undergrad- uate education for every teacher and other interested persons in the state. To do this, courses of instruction are prepared and made available through correspond- ence courses. Extension classes are also offered at night on the SCA campus or at the Little Rock Air Force Base for those who are unable to take work in residence. Dr. B.A. Lewis Director of Development Charles Teeter, before becoming Director of De- velopment in 1961, was Personnel Dean of Arkansas AKZM and superintendent of schools in Gould and Star City. Teeter, a native of Pottsville, graduated from Pottsville High School, received a BSE degree from SCA and a MA degree from the University of Arkan- sas. As Director of Development, Mr. Teeter assists the president in the general development of SCA. As Chief of Admissions Counseling, he visits schools re- cruiting students for SCA. The office of Director of Development is concerned with admissions counse- ling, and student employment. Tommy Smith Director of Student Financial Aid Marvin Bishop came to SCA in the summer of 1966 as Director of Student Financial Aid after coach- ing at Leslie, Cotter, and Mountain Home. Mr. Bishop, a native of Salem, Arkansas, graduated from SCA with a BSE degree, and received his MA degree from the George Peabody College. The Office of Director of Financial Aid is invol- ved with Student employment. A student may file in three divisions for employment: National Defense Ed- ucation Act, Educational Opportunity Grant Program, and on-campusjobs. Charles R. Teeter Public Relations Director Tommy Smith was principal of El Dorado Junior High School before coming to SCA as Director of Pub- lic Relations in the summer of 1962. A native of Tulip, Arkansas, Mr. Smith received his BSE degree from the University of Arkansas. As Director of Public Relations, Smith assists the president in interpreting SCA's role in education to the public. His office deals with the distribution of materials and information, and student recruitment. Marvin Bishop Frank Koon Director of Testing Dr. Paul Witherspoon, who serves as Director of Testing and associate professor of Psychology, came to SCA in 1955. He attended high school at Mena, re- ceived his B.A. degree from the University of Arkan- sas, his M.A. degree from Trinity University and his Ed.D. degree from the University of Arkansas. As Director of Testing, Dr. Witherspoon is re- sponsible for giving all standardized tests, including the freshman tests and the Graduate Record Examina- tion. Dr. Cecil Garrison Director of Placement Frank Koon became Director of Placement in 1965, after 29 years of coaching at Sheridan, his hometown, and the College of the Ozarks and SCA. He is also Director of Men's Activities and Director of Athletics. He received his B.A. degree from Hender- son State College and his M.S. degree from the Uni- versity of Arkansas. The responsibility of the Director of Placement is to place SCA graduates in jobs, to assist students in applying for admission to graduate school, to compile and maintain employment files on each graduate. Dr. Paul Witherspoon Director of Audio-Visual Aids Dr. Cecil Garrison, who serves as Director of Audio-Visual Aids and Professor of Physical Educa- tion, came to SCA in 1948. He is also in charge of the film library. Dr. Garrison attended Beebe High School, received his BSE degree from Harding Col- lege, and his Ed.D. degree from the University of Wyoming. DEPARTMENTS Art stimulates awareness of world's beauties Marie Schichtl, M.A. Professor, Chairman, Department of Art The Art Department provides a broad program in art education for elementary and high school teachers, and aids in the develop- ment of the student's general edu- cation. The courses offered pro- pose to provide opportunities for growth in the ability to create, ap- preciate, and make selections in any of the many art forms, to pro- vide means for development of the design sense and its application to the making of useful things, to stimulate and challenge the indi- vidualls creative powersg and to encourage creative growth through art experimentation and acquaint- ance with the properties and possi- bilities of many materials and pro- cesses. l l Gene Hatfield, AAMA Fi0I'a Kennedy, M.A. Assistant Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Art Students receive instruction and criticism of their ink and chalk drawings. Left: At Christmas, art students made abstract Christmas decora- tions, such as this 'ttree". Biology conveys an understanding of nature The purpose of the Biology de- partment is to give pre-professional 5': A .- ' - ' - ooo, - training to those students entering if advanced work that is related to ottt if biological studies, and also to con- s vey to the general education students ' T a clearer understanding of the world MJ' Iii' " s - A T . of nature. Through laboratory work students can see the intricate pro- cesses of life and how they are re- lated to one another. Dr. Neal Buffaloe, head of the biology department, is the author of the textbook used in the biology Dr. Neal Buffaloe, Ph. D. Thomas J. Burgess, M.A. . Professor, Chairman Associate Professor C0l1I'S9 of general 6dllC3tl0I1. Department of Biology of Biology jc Harold F. Cooper, Ph.D. Ray Kinser, M.S. Robert Kirkwood, M.A. Assistant Professor Instructor Assistant Professor of Biology in Biology of Biology Jewel Moore, Ph.D. Hoyt Rowden, M.S.E. Jim Throlieberry, Ph.D. Professor Instructor Associate Professor 0fBiO10gy iii Biology of Bioiogy Botany students study cell structures in lab. Dr. Conrad Carroll, Ph.D. Head, Department of Business, Economics, and Sociology Business, Economics, Sociolog Enrich students' ers ective i P P To prepare students for their immediate role in life, courses in the department of business, eco- nomics, and sociology are flexible and progressive. The department prepares students for professional and teaching careers and for their graduate work through commercial theory and practice. Economics and sociology em- phasizes a broader knowledge of the present economic and social struc- ture. Faculty members of the busi- ness department sponsor many pro- grams and organizations to increase the student's perspective: Future Business Leaders of America, Phi Beta Lambda, Maude Carmichael Sociology Forum, NOMA, and Pi Omega Pi. fd' Bonnie Ausbrooks, M.S.E. Instructor in Business , Frederick Basco, M.S. Dr. D. W. Blackburn, Ph.D. Carlysle Ellis, M.A. Associate Professor Professor Instructor of Business of Economics in Business Students manipulate business machines used in accounting and office work. Dr. Loren Guffey, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Economics Gay H. Hopkins, M.B.A. Instructor in Accounting Guest lecturers, such as Bill Becker president of the Arkansas AFL-CIO, help broaden a student's perspective on economic conditions in Arkansas. Frank McAlister, M.A. Larry Magness, M.B.A. Joe C. Shaw, M.A. Curtis Terrell, M.A. Assistant Professor Instructor Associate Professor Assistant professor of Business in Business of Sociology of Accounting Ona M. Wachtendorf, M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Typewriting emphasizes fundamental techniques and secretarial training. Chemistry investigates Chemistry is a branch of science helping students to gain a broader working knowledge of, and a greater appreciation for, the physical phenomena in our daily experiences in the world around us. The courses offered furnish the necessary background for profes- sional students and teachers of science as well as preparing de- partmental majors for graduate work in chemistry, or for industri- al employment, engineering, medi- cine, and associated fields. Right: The new infrared spectophotometer measures and records light absorption of compounds. Below: Experiments lead to challenging and valuable discoveries. properties of matter Dr. Jerald Manion, Ph.D. Limuel Parks, M.A. Professor, Chairman, Instructor in Chemistry Department of Chemistry Dr. George Paul, Ph.D. Homer Rich, M.S. Associate Professor of Instructor in Chemistry Chemistry Civil Defense: preparation for protection Civil Defense instructors check material for radioactivity. Raymond Ellis Marion Johnson Instructor, Civil Conference Instructor Defense Management University Extension Program The prime objective of civil defense training is to prepare the public to survive in the event of a nuclear attack or major national disaster. As a part of a national program, the State College of Ar- kansas is offering civil defense training free to individuals throughout the state, including con- ferences and courses in emergency preparedness. .Q-ffff' Richard Holt Co-ordinator of Civil Defense, University Extension A 1:13 :galil 'Q' Phillip Lipsmeyer Donald Rickard Shelter Management Radiological Monitoring Instructor Instructor, University University CD Program Program 5 Phillip Lipsmeyer demonstrates survival shelter equipment. Audie J. Lynch, Ed,D, Professor, Chairman, Department of Education and Psychology Educational and Psychology offers advanced professional training The ultimate goal of the edu- cation department is to provide superior professional education ex- perience for pre-service and in- service teachers of the public schools of Arkansas. Within the college organization, the department has a number of distinct aims or goals to which it aspires. While many of these are closely corre- lated in the large task of the pre- paration of teachers, these aims may be separately listed: to offer practical courses in the profession of teachingg to provide opportunities for observation and student teach- ingg to provide advanced profes- sional trainingg to keep students aware of new innovation in educa- tiong to direct research and field studiesg and to offer consultive services. The courses in psychology aid in phases of individual adjustments, such as guidance, social compe- tence, self-improvement and per- sonality development. l Richard E. Buckley, M.A. Austin Glenn, Ed.D. H.B. Hardy, Ed-U Allthllf HCDZ6, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Associate Professor Assoc1ate.Professor Professor of Education of Psychology of Education of Education and Psychology Mayhugh helps students to learn to operate the experimental equipment. J. Kendall Haggard, M.A. Associate Professor of Education T Dr. Witherspoon shows Peggy Harrison the techniques involved in giving intelligence tests. E.R. Hopkins, Ed.D. Dean Jacobs, M.A. Joel Keeter, Ed. D. James Mayhugh, Ph.D. Professor Instructor Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Education in Psychology of Education of Psychology 1 Mable Patterson, Ed.S. Bert Stark, Ed. D. Paul Witherspoon, Ed.D. William Zaffiro, M.A. Associate Professor Associate Professor Professor Associate Professor of Education of Education of Psychology of Psychology as 4 English, Journalism, and Speech teach ft- 1 1 x l " , H if 'M-1' 5 ,-........, , , Dr. Eugene Nolte, Ph.D. Professor, Chairman, Department of English, Journalism, and Speech The purpose of the English, journalism, and speech department is to better equip students with a more thorough understanding of how to write and speak the English language. English courses are de- signed for the preparation of Eng- lish teachers and for the realiza- tion of the values of writing which increase the student's understand- ing of himself and the world. Courses in speech strive to give students a more adequate means of communication so that they will be more effective mem- bers of society. Speech also pro- vides training for those who wish to enter the professional skills of teaching, drama, law, and radio. The main objective of journa- lism courses is to give high school teachers an adequate foundation and skill to produce school news- papers and yearbooks and to pre- pare them to teach journalism classes, as well as to give students entering the journalism profession a general understanding of the field of journalism. George Amos, M.A. Ralph Behrens, M.A. Dr. Eva Burkett, Ph.D. Maurice Dean, M.S. Mary Henze, M.A. Assistant Professor of Professor of English Professor of English Instructor in English Assistant Professor of English English Under guidance of the Speech Department, the Forensic Speech Festival promotes excellence in public speaking. value of communications Dorothy Finklea, M,A, Assistant Professor Many English classes benefit from Mr. Amos' slides of England. 0fJ011fHH1iSm Richard Hudson, M.A. May Moose, M.S.E. Dr. E.C. Polk, Ph.D. Mary Robinson, M.A. Marie Rodgers, M.A. Assistant Professor of Instructor in English Professor of English Assistaint Professor of Assistant Professor of English English English fi -, i A is',:'ws K f, .,. E Hwkaii wie , Frances Terry, M.A. Betty Young, M.A. Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of English English Keith Floyd, M.A. Don Garnett, M,A. Robert Moore, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech Instructor in Speech Assistant Professor of Speech Corrections, Speech Clinic Director Foreign Languages broaden Dr. Raymond Rozzell, Ph.D. Professor, Chairman Department of Foreign Languages Nicole Hatfield, M.A. License es Lettres Assistant Professor .e. w. of Foreign Languages aoise up 'f . fe Q . F g -1- ..,Z-9'-ff" J N A, . IF' , - " ...sf Modern laboratory equipment is of benefit to students. Joe Patrick, M.A. Instructor in Foreign Languages The purpose of the foreign language department is to progres- sively enlarge the student's hori- zon through the introduction of a new culture pattern. All courses are designed to give the student an understanding of the nature of lan- guage and to acquaint him with the customs, history, psychology, and literature of the people Whose lan- guage is studied. -'ei students' horizon Advanced work is designed to prepare teachers of foreign lan- guages for the public schools through emphasizing oral commu- nications in these courses. The de- partment has a language laboratory completely equipped with electronic devices to give the student a chance to listen regularly to the foreign language which he studies. A5 Ono' APA Language student narrates trip to Spanish country. Geography analyzes world's wonders The courses offered by the Department of Geography are de- signed to meet the needs of profes- sional major and minor students, and those majoring in other fields who wish to select special courses in geography as a part of their gen- eral education requirements. The courses are intended to 'M R if acquaint the student with the con- tribution of these studies to the understanding of the world, its dif- ferences and similarities, and pro- blems. Emphasis is placed on the physical and cultural phenomena of the earth, the use and interpreta- tion of maps, and direct field ob- servation. k Elizabeth Abbott, M.S. Instructor in Geography Among processes of the earth studied by students in physical geography is the phenomenon of the earth-sun's rotation. Right: Students in cartography classes make maps and study the use and evaluation of map projections. 5 Dr. William Keinath, Ph.D Associate Professor, Acting Chairman Department of Geography Wu. Donald Byrd, M.A. Instructor in Geography 1 x 4.44, 'SL History and Political Science educate citizens The major objectives of the history and political science depart- ment are to give students suffi- cient knowledge of historical back- ground in our political life, to en- able them to function as intelligent citizens in democracy, to give stu- dents a comprehensive view of the development of human institutions- economic, social,educational, reli- gious, and political-from pre-his- toric times to the presentg and to prepare teachers for the history and political science departments of the high schools of the state. , s 1- fra: il f f"'1...'T"' M-we Horace Adams, Ph.D. Kenneth Brown, lVl.S.E. Ophelia Fisher, A.M Professor, Chairman, Instructor in Associate Professor Department of History Political Science of Political Science and Political Science Mr. McClintock leads discussion on international relations on educational television program Great Decisions. wg..-pmauurwr S'WfL M' W Dr. Waddy Moore conducts a seminar on current world affairs with upper division history majors, Lois Hobby, M,S,E, William Larsen, M.A. William Lisenby, Ph.D Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor in History of History of History Simms McClintock, M.A. Waddy Moore, Ph.D. Orville Rook, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Associate Professor Professor of Political Science of History of History Home Economics prepares for home, famil life Dr. Mary Jane Scott, Ed.D. Professor, Chairman. Department of Home Economics The home economics depart- ment prepares teachers for teach- ing in the vocational homemaking programs of the secondary schools of Arkansas and provides knowl- edge and understanding for those persons who desire to work as home demonstration agents, in home service, or in other fields requiring a background of general home economics. Basic training in other careers such as dietetics, nutritiong and social welfare may also be received through the de- partment. Home Economics might be chosen for a dual purpose of pre- paration of a career, and for homemaking. The broad program includes study in all the areas of home and family life. Under the departments direction, the College operates a Nursery School for lo- cal children from three to five years of age. Sue Adams, M.A. Almeria Lindsay, M.S. Sue Thompson, M.S. Frances Webb, M.S. Assistant Professor Instructor in Instructor in Associate Professor of Home Economics Home Economics Home Economics of Home Economics if f l Ig if Home Economics courses teach basic nutrition principles and meal planning as well as clothing construction for family needs. ,f Industrial Education offers craft experience fxof 'refs-A Dr. Viron Hukill, Ed.D. Professor, Chairman, Department of Industrial Education Dr. John Humbert, Ed.D. Bernard 0'Dwyer, M.S.E, Assistant Professor Instructor in Industrial of Industrial Education Education Right: Industrial Education students learn basic skills in metal working. Top, left: Acquiring new mechanical drafting angles proved asset to classes. The industrial education de- partment offers the kind of training needed by the industrial arts teachers in the high schools and junior high schools of our state. A sufficient amount of shop work is included to enable students to de- velop a fairly high degree of skill in the uses of the basic tools of in- dustries. Students expecting to en- ter any branch of engineering, and those interested in craft work, will find courses that will assist them in their chosen work, Librar Undergraduate courses in li- brary science train librarians for elementary and high schools in keeping with the standards set by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and by the Arkansas State Depart- ment of Education. Several of the courses provide classroom teachers with a background in using instruc- I Lee B. Spencer, M.A. Professor, Chairman, Department of Library Science Head Librarian Science - iey to knowledge tional materials. In addition, the minor program .provides basic preparation for work in junior positions in public and special libraries. Although these courses are geared to the training of school librarians, they are also useful in the preparation for ad- mission to graduate library schools. LHVOHDC Blackmail, M.A. Ruth Dunaway, M.L.S. Gladys Sachse, M.Ed. Opal Walters, M.A. Instructor in Instructor in Associate Professor Instructor in Library Science Library Science of Library Science Library Science Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian Above: The microfilm recorder is a valuable resource for SCA students. Right: Individual study desks provide study with fewer distractions. 1 W Aided by use of graph projectors, geometry students learn and measurements of solid and spatial figures. ' 'C 3, gffifv 1 -1-uf of the science of relations, properties, athematics offers pure, exact science The curriculum offered by the mathematics department has been selected to furnish the necessary background for professional stu- dents and for teachers of mathe- matics at the elementary and sec- ondary level. Adequate courses are offered at the undergraduate level to prepare departmental majors for graduate work in mathematics. Special attention has been given to the development of courses to meet the general education needs of all students. yn! Virginia Bonds, M.S. Jesse Emerson, M.S. Harold Henry, M,A, Assistant Professor Instructor Associate Professor of Mathematics of Mathematics of Mathematics 0. L. Hughes, M.S. Professor, Chairman Department of Mathematics K , an KR f, s1,,X lm., ff-. Dr. J.D. Henry, Ed.D Darrell Kilman, M,E.S. Dorothy Long, M.A. Earl McGehee, Jr., M.S. Estelle White, M.Ed. Professor l Assistant Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor of Mathematics of Mathematics of Mathematics of Mathematics of Mathematics Dr. Howard Groth, D.F.A. Professor, Chairman Department of Music Music promotes enrichment The music department, headed by Dr. Howard Groth, has publicized the State College of Arkansas throughout the state and nation. The main purpose of the music department is to prepare teachers of music for the elementary and secondary schools of Arkansas. The department also strives to enrich the cultural life on the cam- pus and in the community, and in- still a love and appreciation for good music through concerts, choral groups, bands, operas, ensembles, and presentation of a major mus- ical production each year. g Hi 2, ,Q we 4' S irgfw fwawmwfgww ff' :,5,'.-fx. .N L 5' f u ' Homer Brown, M.M.E. Suanne Burnau, B.S.E. Sue Evans, A.M. Dr. Carl Forsberg, Ph.D. Wayne Griffith, M.M. Instructor in Music, Instructor in Music Instructor in Music Professor of Music Assistant Professor of Director of Band Music Student faculty and community talent are tapped for the Little Symphony. of cultural life 11. --fe .. ,,...-vf' , Ez 1 f Patrick Hasty, M.A. Instructor in Music Glen Irby, B.S.E. Instructor of Dancing Elizabeth Mulchy, M.M. Leonard Phillips, M.M. Instructor in Music Instructor in Music -- was "1 f,."zf:':fz:ZJ5:'fll"7 456 i-5755lWl"l5i ' E' ' ' 7' ' I Ji xx. 1 T " Above: SCA's Choir performed at the dedication of educational TV station KETS, Below: The mighty Marching Bears provided plenty of spirit during many ball games, Dr. James Ware, Ph.D. Professor, Chairman, Department of Philosophy Dr. Patrick Murray, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy Philosophy stimulates thought through critical analysis The Philosophy Department seeks to attain these major goals: Q19 to make the college student aware of the ideas and explanations which have shaped his personal, social, and religious valuesg C23 to teach the student the basic skills required to think analytically and synthetically in formal and infor- mal situationsg C39 to clarify and construct the basic explanations and beliefs we use as conceptual tools to organize our World. philosophers. 5 Above: Dr. Ware discusses Oriental ethics and thinking. Left: Stu- dents examine major beliefs oftheGreeks and other ancient Physics seeks insight .'. The combination frequency and acoustical generator is used to study vibrational relaxation time in oxygen at high temperatures. The Blackwood Ballistic Pendulum measures velo- city by the principles of conservation of momemtum and of mechanical energy. ' ' ' into physical phenomena Dr. Denver Prince, Ed.D. Professor, Head Department of Physics Completion of the new science building has allowed the physics department to increase the courses of study. The new equipment and facilities offer physics students an opportunity for a more concentra- ted coverage and investigation of subject matter. This will help the physics department in furthering the purpose of imparting some un- derstanding of, and insight into, the nature of the physical world around us. Ralva Bass, M.S. Associate Professor of Physics Harold L. Pray, M.S. Instructor of Physics Radio activity of elements can be measured on the Counter Spectrometer, Physical Education stimulates mind The goal of the physical ed- ucation and health courses is to provide facilities and skilled lead- ership for directing students to act in situations that are physically Wholesome, mentally stimulating, and socially sound. This department also contributes to a wholesome recreation program for students through the medium of a compre- hensive intramural program for both men and women. Particular emphasis is placed on teaching, coaching, community recreation, and other professions allied with the physical education and health program. Men's gym classes participate in new campus sport, soccer. Dr. Jefferson Farris, Ed.D. Marvin Bishop, M.A. Raymond Bright, M.S. Dr. Arvil Blll'kS, Ed-D. Professor, Chairman, Assistant Coach Instructor in Physical Associate Professor of Department of Health and Education, Head Coach Health Education Physical Education l l LaVerne Clark, M.Ed. Dr- Ce0ilGarriS011, Ed-D Clifford Horton, M.S. Frank Koon, M.S. Instructor in Physical PI'0feSS0If Of PIIYSICHI Instructor in Physical Associate Professor of Education Education Education, Coach Physical Education, Director of Athletics Rex Lovell, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education, Coach and bod Above: Women's PE gymnastics classes learn skills on the trampoline. Right: Poise and grace are acquired through ballroom dance classes. Fletcher Lowry, M,Ed. Ann Machen, M.S. Assistant Professor of Instructor in Physical Physical Education. Coach Education Bill Nutter, M.S. Willa B. Spencer, M.S. Instructor in Physical Assistant Professor Of Endurance and stamina are necessary for a good swimmer. Education, Coach Physical Education Dr. Harold Love, Ed.D. Professor, Chairman, Department of Special Education Special Education promotes understanding The department of special ed- ucation prepares teachers to work with those children who deviate from the average in mental, physi- cal, emotional or social character- istics to such an extent that they require special educational ser- vices in order to develop their maximum capacity. The department provides practical courses in pro- fessional training, opportunities for observation and student teaching and advanced professional training. The speech and hearing clinic is also included in this department. This division provides supervised clinical experiences in the re-edu- cation of the speech handicapped. Kewl Floyd, MA- Shirley Henderson, M.A. Loreta Holder, M,A. Mary K. Stewart, M.A. ASSISTHM P1'0f9SS9f Instructor in Instructor in Instructor in Of SPeeCh COFWCUOD, Special Education Special Education Special Education Speech Clinic Director Music classes are a favorite of all these children, who both enjoy, and learn from the games played. peeial Services 'wt' Leo Duke Dr. Edwin Dunaway Security Officer College Doctor -Q. ,,.,,,, fi if v' of Howard Montgomery Mrs. Susan Joyner Food Services Director College Nurse Mrs. Florence Wilkerson Noble Wimberly D College Nurse Buildings and Grounds Supervisor wtfkx Marvin Iberg Security Officer Mrs. Howard Montgomery Dietician Roy Woole Student Center Director , fwwsaz gr 1 it fagsfieilzgsi k, ,fww ff, wwafses tm A 'f f nas ' it af: - we-F, wf,:.s2stss35 A -f-' , 1e,s-me '-gf, ffffta':f'5f " 21225552 ? " " itlisi 'V . li? r legmgf we , it :sf ' 3,3535 Ji H 5253419 ima' Q .M .fi E A an Y, if ,,g,,.,,,..s . ,,,. ., ., , ,, if H A E K A, V s ' ' ,'Y"!w, Z -ggi V mf' Y' 3,52 wing ' ' S, ,Siam 52555395 W' '5iEQf'iEzz-Viffliiit mm: .,-:, 5, - ,, wma' -W -, :ffwwn z ' , 1fftg,gg5,g,y5 fm, we SE'S9E4'f:?: ' H : A 5fi?S'e':Ef Wim ,H ,Wg My 1 ft X ,few is Ps' X XSS 0' S 5 S 2 H " , if :Es 1 . is 5' N1 W 2 y S 5 " Yu 'zzligffi K Clif - ,ievwzx , T gage. - 1, Eat, fhifff' ia, 5 ,,ggaia'f1z ,- J 4, w,,,sws'.:: I I :Sz ,l , A, . 'gf we 3, ,, I k ' : ti ' V' QQS. r m1 Allison, Gertrude Public Relations Office Beene, Clint SC Recreation Director Bird, Pauline Cafeteria Bradford, Pauline Library Office Bra Cafeteria Carroll, Theda Hostess, State Hall Carter, Elizabeth Post Office Chick, Ruby Dean's Office Cooper, Sonny IBM Crafton, Leslie Business Office Crafton, Maxine Presidentys Office Darter, Martha Business Office Dempsey, Bob Business Office Erwin, Eloise Registrar's Office Ethridge, Grace Extension Office Farris, Loretta Research Office Garnett, Phyllis Hostess, Minton Hall Harness, Audrey Hostess, McA1ister Hall Harrison, Peggy Library Office Hoggard, Nora Bookstore Hopkins, Carolyn Student Activities Office Jones, Mabel Hostess, Denney Hall Keathley, Rubynelle Cafeteria Office King, Eula Hostess, McA1ister Hall Lacy, Marcia Science Office Lancaster, Joyce Special Education Office McElroy, Faye Business Office McGee, Lucretia Library Office McKinney, Mary Jo Science Office CA taff 0'Donnell, Mary Ann Placement Office O'Kelley, Ned Furniture Repair Osborne, Molsie Nursery ' Otto, Dorothy SC Office Owens, Ruby Civil Defense Office Powers, Judy Public Relations Office Richardson, Lora Hostess, Arkansas Hall Robinson, Corinne Registrar's Office Roth, Alma Hostess, Conway Hall Sellars, Bonita Switchboard Smith, Betty ' Hostess, Doyne Hall Smith, Virginia Business Office Southerland, Rojana Business Office Stark, Sarah Hostess, Minton Hall Steinbeck, Mike Business Office Tilden, Mildred Hostess, Bernard Hall Varner, Birdie Business Department Office White, Joe Bookstore Wilkerson, David Host, Wingo Hall Wilkins, Carolyn V.A. Office Williams, Abbie Graduate Studies Office Williams, Beth Hostess, Bemard Hall Wilmuth, Colleen Business Office Wilson, Marie Business Office Wimberly, Elsie Maintenance Manes, Carrie Hostess, Conway Hall Milburn, Geneva Cafeteria Office Minton, Ruth Hostess, Short Hall Noggles, Francis SC Office QQEWWW I we 7, .if J., "N H, K Z' g i , it . -5 , xl " on L, If Y? ,J 5 Us C ff '21 l' ff C ,,a. if f ' L elsif as s it xg -tw -c Q for ii -1... ekf 1 sr iw. ,R 'Q ff? i N 1 1 MMMMMM MMMMMWMMMMMQ PART TH RE E SPECIAL FEATURES A highly competitive world offers still another chal- lenge to the students of today-that of excellence. Alto- gether too few, however, meet this challenge. But for those that do, there is a pride and sense of accomplish- ment that can be measured by no tangible standard. They are the ones who help maintain the importance and worth of the individual as they face and meet the challenge of excellence. l l l i i l 5EMMMMMMM f' 2 i J V .f K, ..,. P. J Miss SCA LYNN WRIGHT 1966 MISS SCA CONTESTANTS if 53" -1 'CITY' Miss SCA Contestants and Sponsors - First row, left: Sandy Woodward, independent, Bettye Qualls, Delta Zeta, Paula Riffey, Phi Lambda Chi, Gretchen Adams, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Second row: Joy Odom, Theta Xi, Lynn Wright, Sigma Tau Gamma, Jerri Sue Hairston, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Mary Rainwater, sophomore class. Third row: Judy Robinson, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ann Linneman, Royal Rooters, Janet Rieke, Pi Kappa Al- pha, Sylvia Galloway, Alpha Sigma Tau, Ginger Owens, Sigma Kappa. 1966 Hoggilecoming Queen Lib Jennings Harrison P d t S1 s D. Sno rowns ber 12. Lib Harrison the 1966 Homecom g ueen Harrison reigns over 1966 festivities ee t s s s I s r Y r Maid of Honor Nancy Smith Senior Maid J oy Phillips Homecoming Junior M aid Suzanne Rodgers Royalty Sophomore Maid Carol Ann Crabtree Freshman Maid Mary Spears 1 f X 100 Who's Who In American Universities and Colleges Leslie Fay Anderson Leslie Fay Anderson, senior from Lonoke, has served as President and Rush Chairman of Phi Sigma Epsilon. He has served as President of the Interfraternity Council, and has been a member of Royal Rooters, Young Democrats, German Club, Sociology Club, and Christian Leadership, He attended the Prayer Breakfast and was a Freshman Orientation Leader. Pamela Rae Baber, a senior from Lake Hamilton has served as President of Alpha Sigma Tau. She has been an officer of her Pledge Class, Chairman of Rush Parties, and a member of the Panhellenic Committee and Standards Committee of Alpha Sigma Tau. She participates in the Association of Childhood Education, Young Republicans, Womenls Recreation Association, and Square Dance Club. She received an Honor Scholarship and has been on the Deanls List. Pamela Rae Baber Thirty-five students were selected for Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- sities and Colleges. These students, 25 Seniors and ten Juniors, were selected on the basis of four criteria: scholarship, participation and lea- dership in extracurricular activities, citizenship and service to the college, and promise of fu- ture usefulness. s The idea of creating a basis of recognition for the college and university students came in 1935 after interested parties consulted with college administrators throughout the nation. Each student selected receives a certifi- cate of recognition 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 fac- ulty and administration. Thomas Rex Brown, a senior from Helena, served as President of the Junior Class. As a member of Sigma Tau Gamma, he has been Treasurer of his Pledge Class, Pledge Trainer, and on the Rush Committee. He has been Treas- urer of the Intramural Council and a member of Young Dem- ocrats, Royal Rooters, Student Senate, Math Club, and Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes. He participated in varsity football, was an Orientation Leader, and a delegate to Stu- dent Government Association. Thomas Rex Brown Leslie Franklin Capps Leslie Franklin Capps, a senior from Little Rock, has served as Treasurer of the Student Senate, Doyne Hall Rep- resentative, Arkansas Hall Representative, and Chairman of Finance and Publicity Committees in the Student Senate. He has been Vice-President of the Pre-Law Club and His- torian and Vice President of Young Democrats. He was Treasurer of Phi Sigma Epsilon and Reporter of Phi Beta Lambda. He has also been a member of Royal Rooters, Stu- dent National Education Association, Chess Club, Sociology Forum, Arkansas Student Leaders Association, and the Spanish Club. He attended the Prayer Breakfast and has been an Orientation Leader. Dixie Viola Eans Dixie Viola Eans, a senior from Griffithville, has served as Secretary of Alpha Chi and President of Sigma Kappa. She has been a member of WRA, SCA, Math Club, Royal Rooters, and the SCA Choir. She has had a minor role in one major production. She has been an Orientation Leader and been on the Deanls List. Robert Phillip Carter Robert Phillip Carter, a senior from Conway, has been a four year letterman in varsity football and a member of the Track team. As a member of Sigma Tau Gamma, he has been Vice President, Head of the Rush Committee, and Treasurer of his pledge class. He is a member of the T- Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Math Club and Young Democrats. Sandra Wynette Crabtree Sandra Wynette Crabtree, a senior from Heber Springs, is a member of Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority. She was a Pledge Class Officer, Rush Chairman, Pledge Mistress, Rush Party Chairman, and a member of the Standards Committee. She has participated in the Honors Program, received an Honors Scholarship, and has made the Dean's List. She received the Intermediate French Award. She is a member of Royal Rooters, Student Senate, Young Democrats, Wom- en's Recreational Association, and the Scroll Staff. She was an Orientation Leader and is an announcer for KASC F M 101 102 to l Mary Ann Craig Eddy Mary Ann Craig Eddy, a senior from Conway, is a mem- ber of Sigma Kappa Sorority. She was Registrar, Treas- urer and Social Chairman. She was Treasurer of the Spanish Club and Program Chairman of the Newman Club. She was a member of Royal Rooters, Student Senate, Stu- dent Judiciary Board, SNEA, WRA, Bernard House Council and has served as an Orientation Leader. l Dee Dickson Halbrook James Marion Futrell James Marion Futrell, a senior from Conway, has been Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of Alpha Psi Omega. He has served on the BSU Council and as Enlist- ment Chairman. He is a member of Pi Kappa Delta and Membership Chairman of the Forensic League. He is a member of Royal Rooters, Verse Choir, traveling Debate squad, and is on the KASC F.M. Staff. He has participated in the Honors Program and has made the Dean's List. He has also been an Orientation Leader, Assistant Senior Ed- itor of the Scroll, and has been in two productions. Dee Dickson Halbrook, a senior from Conway, has been a member of the SCA Golf Team, Track Letterman, Foot- ball Letterman, and received a football scholarship. As a member of Phi Lambda Chi he has been Vice President of his Pledge Class, Chairman of the Housing Committee, Pledge Captain, Vice President, and Official Delegate to the Phi Lambda Chi National Conclave. He has been a mem- ber of Royal Rooters, Biology Club, and Intramurals. He has also been an Orientation Leader. Lib Jennings Harrison Lib Jennings Harrison, a senior from Leslie, has been SCA Carnival Queen and Maid and Homecoming Queen. As a member of Delta Zeta Sorority she has been Second Vice President and Scholarship Chairman. She is a mem- ber of Alpha Chi and has been on the Dean's List. She has served as First Vice President and President of the Student Christian Association. She has been Treasurer of Royal Rooters and Secretary of the T-Steppers. She has also been a member of ACE and an Orientation Leader. Benny Michael Hollis, a senior from Rector, has been President and Treasurer of the Newman Club. As a mem- ber of Theta Xi he has been Secretary and Publicity Chair- man. He has been Business Manager of the Scroll and on the Publicity Committee of Royal Rooters. He has been a dorm representative to the Student Senate, a member of the Echo Staff, Young Democrats, Choir, and the Arkansas Collegiate Press Convention. He has been in one minor pro- duction and an Orientation Leader. Joel Franklin Hawkins Joel Franklin Hawkins, a senior from North Little Rock, has been runner-up for Mr. Courtesy. He is a member of Theta Xi and has been Treasurer of his Pledge Class, Centennial Theta Xi, Outstanding Pledge, a member of the Rush Committee, and Treasurer of the fraternity. As a member of the Administrative Management Society he has been Program Chairman and Representative to the State Convention. He has been a member of Phi Beta Lamb- da, Wesley Foundation, Young Democrats, Student Christ- ian Association, Math Club, and Intramurals. He is a mem- ber of the Square Dance Club and has been a Representative at the Conway Square Dance Club. Benny Michael Hollis 103 104 will Stephen F. Huss Barbara Dale Ingram Barbara Dale Ingram, a senior from Conway, has been Sec- retary of the Student Senate and a member of the Student Center Committee and Publicity Committee. As a member of Delta Zeta Sorority she has been Recording Secretary, and Endowment Chairman. She has been the Recording Secretary of the SCA Council and was a member of the T-Steppers, Royal Rooters, SCA Council WRA, Young Re- publicans, Scroll Staff and was an Orientation Leader. Stephen F. Huss, a senior from Pine Bluff, has been Presi- dent, Vice President, and Secretary-Treasurer of Phi Alpha Theta. As a member of the Pre-Law Club he has been President, Vice President, and Secretary-Treasurer. He has been President of the Young Republicans, Student Director of the Mid South Debate Tournament, and a dele- gate to the Midwest Model United Nations. He has also been a member of the Forensics Club and Phi Lambda Chi. Carol Ann Jackson Carol Ann Jackson, a Senior form Helena, was President of the Panhellenic Council, Secretary of the Royal Rooters, Social Chairman of the Spanish Club and was an Orientation Leader. She has been on the Dean's List and was a mem- ber of the Honors Program, Alpha Chi, Student Christian Association, A Bernard House Council and WRA. As a mem- ber of Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority, she has served as Presi- dent, Chaplain, was voted the most Outstanding Member of Alpha Sigma Tau and was the National winner of the Alpha Sigma Tau Scholarship ring. George W. Jones George W. Jones, a Senior from Nashville, has served as Vice President, Chairman and Assistant Rush Chairman of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He has been President and Committee Chairman of the Royal Rooters, Secretary and Treasurer of the Lettermen's Club and was an orientation leader. He has been a member of the Student Senate, Young Democrats, SCA, BSU, FCA and made five out of town re- cruiting trips for the college. He made All AIC Baseball, AIC Baseball Honorable Mention and participated in Var- sity Basketball, the SCA Bowling team and Intramurals. r 1 I Patricia Ann Layrock Patricia Ann Layrock, a Senior, has been a member of the Royal Rooters, Secretary and Executive Committee of the WRA, Young Democrats, Bernard House Council and the Representative Standards Committee. She has served as President, Vice President and Secretary of the Biology Club, Social Secretary, Reporter and Treasurer of the American Chemical Society and as Sigma Kappa Treasurer. Richard C. King Richard C. King, a Senior from Little Rock, was Vice President of the Freshman Class, President of the Sopho- more Class and President of the Junior Class. He has served as President of the Student Senate, Vice President of the Royal Rooters, Rush Chairman of Sigma Tau Gam- ma and President of FCA. He was elected as Mr. Courtesy and chosen as the Most Handsome Greek. He has been a member of the Young Democrats and lettered in football and baseball. Jack Lester Oliver Jack Lester Oliver, as a member of Phi Lambda Chi has served as Secretary of his Pledge Class and Chairman Float Designer for the Fraternity. He was organist for the Student Christian Association, groomsman in the SCA Friendship Ceremony and also organist for the ceremony two years. He has been Vice President of the Choir, SCA Council and was an orientation leader. He was on the SNEA Talent Survey Committee and was a delegate from SNEA to the State AEA Convention. He was an escort for the Miss SCA Pageant, a member of the Inter-National Club, MENC, Young Democrats, organist for the Christmas Candle Light- ing Ceremony, and Percussionist to the T-Steppers. 105 106 Joy Lorraine Phillips Joy Lorraine Phillips, a Senior from Little Rock, has been the President and Chaplain of Alpha Sigma Tau, Treasurer of her Pledge Class and a delegate to the Alpha Sigma Tau National Convention. She has served as Vice President of Royal Rooters, Secretary of the Biology Club, Student Christian Association Librarian and Council and WRA. She was SCA Carnival Maid and was on a panel representing SCA in Little Rock for Prospective freshmen. 4 Danny Howard Smith Danny Howard Smith, a senior from Bentonville, has been Vice President of his Senior Class, Orientation Captain, Royal Rooters, Student Senate, FCA and Alpha Chi. He was Scholarship Chairman, Treasurer, and Vice President of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He lettered in football two years, participated in intramurals and made recruiting trips for the college, Elizabeth Ann Redditt Elizabeth Ann Redditt was a member of the Scroll Staff, Royal Rooters, T-Steppers and participated in the Arkan- sas Livestock Show Parade in Little Rock. She has been Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Activities and Social Chairman of Delta Zeta Sorority and was Treasurer of her pledge class. She also has been Secretary-Treasurer of the German Club, Historian of Young Republican, an orien- tation leader, on the executive council of WRA and was chosen Outstanding Intermediate French Student. Shirley Ann Stewart Shirley Ann Stewart was President of Alpha Chi, President and Study Chairman of YWA, Phi Alpha Theta Secretary- Treasurer, and BSU Worship Chairman. She has been on the Honor's Program, Deanis List, a member of SNEA and the Human Relations Club. She also was the Midwest Model United Nations delegate from SCA. Margaret Glenn Wilson has been a member of the. Associa- tion of Childhood Education, SNEA, Colhcon, Wesley, WRA, Choir and was in major musical productions. She was Pres- ident of ACE, Faculty Editor of the Scroll and ACEI Study Conference. As a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority she was Keeper of the Grades, Vice President of her Pledge Class and a delegate to the National Sigma Sigma Sigma , Convention. Margaret Glenn Wilson Thomas Gilbert Anderson, a Senior from Little Rock, has been Vice President of the Freshman Class, President of the Sophomore Class and Vice President and Election Chair- man of the Student Senate. He was a member of Sigma Tau Gamma, President of his pledge class and was on the fra- ternity Social Committee. He served as Business Manager of the 1967 Scroll, Director of the Miss SCA Pageant, Dean's List and Who's Who Committee. He was a member of the Young Democrats, Royal Rooters, an orientation leader elected as Halloween King and participated in intramuals. Mary Rebecca Ball Thomas Gilbert Anderson Mary Rebecca Ball was President, Second Vice President and float Committee Chairman of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority. She also was Secretary of her pledge class and was Jr. Panhellenic Representative for Alpha Sigma Alpha, She participated in the Honor's Program, WRA, Royal Rooters, ACEI, Young Republicans, Scroll Staff and was an orientation leader. She was the scorekeeper for the swim- ming and track teams and won an FTA Scholarship, 107 108 John Dennis Baw John Dennis Baw served as President of the Freshman Class, Orientation Captain and was on the Student Senate Council and Co-Chairman for the Senate. He was a mem- ber of Royal Rooters, SCA, BSU, FCA and the Student Fac- ulty Committee. He won the J. D. Henry Scholarship Award and participated in the SCA Friendship Ceremony. He was a member of Sigma Tau Gamma and served as song leader and Rush Chairman. He was also a member of the River Side Singers who won the Intercollegiate Talent Show at Texas A and M. This group provided talent for various or- ganizations on campus. Linda Kathryn Bennett Linda Kathryn Bennett has been President of SNEA, Sec- retary of the Math Club and Music Director of MBSF. lShe was a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and served as Secretary of her pledge class. She also was a member of the College Choir, WRA, SCA and won an Honor's Schol- arship. Janice Ann Clements Janice Ann Clements, a senior from Conway, was a pledge class officer, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, Chairman of the Finance Committee and on the executive committee of Alpha Sigma Tau. She was editor of the This Is SCA section, sports editor and personality editor of the Scroll staff . She was reporter of Phi Beta Lambda, on the Deanys list, Honor's Program, off-campus Representative to the Student Senate and was as orientation leader. She was a member of WRA, Royal Rooters, Young Democrats, and won an honor scholarship. Mary Louise Doyle Mary Louise Doyle, a Junior from Conway, has been Stu- dent Senate Secretary, Founder's Day Maid, a cheerleader and Treasurer of Delta Zeta. She was a member of Royal Rooters, was on the Deanis list and participated in the Honor's Program. She also was in two major productions and other minor productions. Carolyn Sue Fagan Carolyn Sue Fagan, a Senior from Conway, has been a mem- ber of WPEMM, Royal Rooters, Student Senate, SCA, or- ientation leader and cheerleader. She was a member of Alpha Sigma Tau where she served as Co-Historian of her pledge class and as a representative on the WRA Council. She also was a missionary to Puerto Rico. Ann Marie Linneman Ann Marie Linneman, a Junior from Hot Springs, has been a member of Phi Beta Lambda, SCA, Royal Rooters, Young Democrats and participated in a major production. She was an orientation leader, T-Stepper Captain, Secretary of the Newman Club, Organization Editor of the Scroll and Short Hall Representative. She was Editor and Pledge Secretary of Alpha Sigma Tau. She was Freshman Homecoming Maid, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl and a finalist in the Miss SCA Pageant. She also represented SCA at SMU Drill Team Clinic and in the Rodeo Parade. Rebecca Jane Joyner Rebecca Jane Joyner was President and float Committee Chairman for Delta Zeta Sorority. She served as Treas- urer of Royal Rooters, Orientation leader, Cheerleader, SCA Royalty and was chosen as Miss Congeniality in the Miss SCA Pageant. She has been on the Dean's list, Scroll Staff, WRA, and danced in two major productions. Sharon Jo Wallace Sharon Jo Wallace served as pledge class officer and Vice President of Delta Zeta. She was a member of the Royal Rooters, T-Steppers, Student Senate, Young Democrats, a dorm representative and orientation leader. She took Honor's courses, was on the Dean's list and Miss SCA. 109 110 iff Most Beautiful Greek Jane Mobley DeltaZeta fm! R41 5?- fn Zi s a vzP'a?f2'4. 5:"is'2S,f1"- HIV ff , 'iii 2 fiQfi.' ,Z Q Most Handsome Greek Paul Brown Sigma Tau Gamma 111 112 Greek Nominees Brenda Turner Alpha Sigma Tau Bobbi Moffett Alpha Sigma Alpha Maye Dale Gordon Sigma Kappa Dorothy Dickey Sigma Sigma Sigma Greek Nominees a1UN'q"t 'HMV Gary Don Heffington Phi Lambda Chi 'uiuuvofv pill Eddie Freyaldenhoven Phi Sigma Epsilon David Wilkerson Theta Xi Steve Creek Pi Kappa Alpha 113 Best Dressed Co-Ed JERRIE SUE HAIRSTON Delta Zeta Sponsored by Phi Lambda Chi 3 Fraternity Sweethearts QR Kris Johnson Phi Lambda Chi Sweetheart Ann Linneman Pi Kappa Alpha Sweetheart Susan Hoggard Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweetheart Linda Stanfield Diane Keene Sigma Tau Gamma Sweetheart Theta Xi Sweetheart 115 116 King James Campbell Halloween King and Queen Delta Zeta's annual Halloween King and Queen Contest resulted in the elec- tion and coronation of James Camp- bell, sponsored by Delta Zeta, as King, and Becky Joyner, sponsored by State Hall, as Queen. Runners-up included Carol Ann Crabtree, sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma, Gene Baumgardner, Conway Hall, Pam Holden, Arkansas Hall, and Danny Penny, Sigma Kappa. Queen Becky Joyner . admit af 35 , gggfiwivi' Gene Baumgardner Danny Penny Carol Ann Crabtree Pam Holden A A , M, E5 fs v s Q . A SQTQW. . D MISS CO RTESY 4, 4 6 1 .. Q ..., U' ':i5?":f.:: iw' ' If Q '-1 - . ' f .. 5 Lvgf ,W 1 f if 1- 'mv - ' ' if 1' ' ' ' , ,. . A " v . .. A-, H .,: - g f ', Q -gg-2 ' x - . . + 1 I U -- ,. g , ,, - - my ,. 1-' - ' . , V ,,:f a 'Lf .M 1' .wsyag k:9ffL'i i '1 z' " I 1 1' " 5 .-' ' 'au iw, f A . , H , -- - H 3 . . " -, . - " .gn - . v,,,5Q f ' . if V ' V ' A ' " - V , A A .. P' .i,. .:a. I A 2- 655523, . 3 is L ,- gl rw 4 X I If sw , 'L .. - - ,. -, in-.-ez. 4 ,' ' ,., 11. 'K -, '- 1 4 ,P i ff" iw w I ' k : H , ' . S 1. -. ' ? 5, , -z .. we -1 .N :Q 1,56 1 Q'-QM I r fl- fix 2 - . 4 I . .. .rf , .-,V iff". iff fx? IF' i f. - - ,EQ Eg, V. . ., '1 , 1 f- , I qw Gretchen Adams Cliff Hoofman 4 A 117 1 . p I l - T QlQIElQIEfQJQiEfQi PART FOUR THLETICS Few know the significance of meeting a challenge more than the "mighty SCA Bears". For, to them, each minute of each play is a challenge to be met with deter- mination and courage. Scores are made today, then forgotteng but sportsmanship, pride, and loyalty are the rewards of the SCA athletes as they give their all during each second of play, meeting the challenge. 5il5lELGlElEll5lf5l'f5ilEJ'IbJl15lEilE1ElEl.fSf1lUJlslQlSLf5 IEEIQWEI 120 FOQTBALL aaa Q Kelli' Flanker Jim Tarkington grabs a Bobby Tiner pass in the Henderson game. BEARS MAKE IT TWO IN ROW Raymond Bright has been the head football coach two years. This most admired and respected of all Bears has enjoyed fantastic success, and this year was chosen AIC Coach of the Year. Bright grabbed his second straight share of the AIC crown this year, and in his 18 year coaching career, has been associated with only one losing team. He came to SCA in 1958 after an outstanding tenure in the Conway school system and served Frank Koon as backfield coach for seven years before getting the head job in 1964 after Koon retired. He took a squad this year that had 33 freshmen among its 56 members and led them to a share of the AIC title along with Ouachita Baptist University and Arkansas ASM. He built his team around the great Bobby Tiner QAICD coaches say he is not just a quarter- back, but a whole offensel, the three time All-AIC star from Morrilton. Bobby ran and passed for 1510 yards, putting his career total at 4000 yards. Frank Richard- son, a fantastic freshman from Osceola, became a regular the fourth game and won the league's rushing title and made the all conference team. Phil Carter and Howard Felts led an aggressive, young defense. Line coach Rex Lovell and backfield coach Bill Nutter complete the staff. Lovell joined the staff last year after a fine record at Conway High School. He also coaches swimming. Nutter came to SCA last year from North Carolina State and is also the cross- country and track coach. 4 XQMWU ,X Raymond Bright and Bobby Tiner discuss game strategy during a time-out against Harding. aa31v-mov-'lv Raymond Bright Bill Nutter Rex Leven Head Coach Backfield Coach Line Coach 121 122 Phil Carter COACHES LL AIC -16' -mein" Bobby Tiner Howard Felts Frank Richardson Frank Newman BEARS DROP OBU AND HARDING GO 2-0 IN AIC PLAY Bobby Tiner ran for 110 yards and Dick Richard- son intercepted three passes to lead the Bears to a 17- 14 win over the University of Tennessee, Martin Branch in the season opener. The first touchdown of the season was made by Richardson who ran 70 yards after intercepting a Volunteer pass. Jim Wilson con- verted for the PAT. Larry Spenser scored the second touchdown of the game. Wilson again converted. Mar- tin's Bob Hayes scored for the Volunteers, and Wilson kicked a 32 yard field goal to make the score at half- time 17-7. Ray Gedding made the final touchdown for Martin, and the Bears had a big Cand surprising? win. SCA edged Ouachita Baptist University 17-13 in the first conference game of the year. The Bears' Frank Richardson made the first touchdown of the game. Jim Wilson made the extra point. The second touchdown was made by Woody Cummings, with help from Bob Tiner and Jim Tarkington. Jim Wilson's con- version made the score 14-0. He then kicked a 33 yard field goal with one minute left in the half to leave the score 17-0. The Jim Jordan-led Tigers scored two touchdowns in the second half, but the Bears held for a 17-13 triumph. Bear end, Joe Pierson, led the defense by blocking two punts. The Bears lost their first game of the year to Troy CAlabamaJ State, by a score of 41-7. Troy quarterback Sim Byrd passed for four of the six touch- downs. The Bears' only score came when Richard Guthrie grabbed a Troy fumble and raced 15 yards to the end zone. This game proved to be a testing ground for many of the younger Bears, as Troy's Red Wave was made up of a good many transfers from that area's major colleges. Quarterback Bobby Tiner and tailback Frank Richardson led the Bears to a 24-0 shutout of the Har- ding Bisons. The first touchdown of the game was made by Tiner, with Jim Wilson converting. Wilson then kicked a field goal, making the half-time score 10-0. Senior Phil Carter, playing offense for the first time this year, made a touchdown in the third quarter. Richardson, a freshman from Osceola and brother of Dick, ran 35 yards for his second touchdown of the year. The Bisons failed to dent the scoreboard and lost their eighth straight game to the Bears. Buzz Bolding was a defensive standout. Jim Turner QB! Frank Bush KTBJ Richard Guthrie QED Chip Harris QGD Danny Funderburg CTD Larry Spenser QB? Jim Tarkington KBD Woody Cummins CFB? Buzz Bolding QLBJ Randy Pringle KE? Jim Wilson CK? Dick Richardson QB! 'S' 51559353 , M as :5 3' E 1 s a 'GG' f' if f Www . f f ivE...,,i7 . V gig. . .57 ,y,., A .g f. 'f -Hifi' Z-QTW' A K f? 123 Coach Raymond Bright receives the AIC Coach of the Year Award from Student Senate President Dick King. Frank Richardson, the AIC's leading rusher this year, picks up five against the Henderson Reddies. Defensive halfback Phil Carter brings down an unidentified Ouachita Tiger, as Charles Combs rushes in to help. BEARS FALL T0 RIVAL TECH AND SOUTHERN STATE MULE RIDERS The Bears waited too late to make what would have been an amazing comeback in their first AIC loss to the Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys by a score of 26-21. Tech's first two scores came on an 11 yard run by Bill Nelson in the first quarter and a 2 yard scamper in the second quarter, also by Nelson. Harvey Sadler missed both extra points. The final score of the first half came on a 47 yard run by Bill Reynolds after he intercepted an errant Bobby Tiner pass. The score at half was 19-0. The Bears got started in the fourth period with Bobby Tiner scoring on an I1 yard run. Next, Frank Richardson carried the ball over after a 52 yard drive. Jim Wilson made both extra points and the score was 26-14 with 6 minutes left. The final score for the Bears came with a 23 yard pass play from Tiner to Jim Tarkington. Another Tech interception with only seconds left killed any final chances the Bears had. . ,ihf,, fi my . M-...,.. v""P us Larry Puckett QBI Chaney Floyd QCF Terry Starkey CTI Bobby Allison KQBE Stanley Trauth CB5 Gary Shoemake CBB Marty Dean QB? Bobby Hill QB? Lloyd Lasker CBJ ' Gary Huggins QFBJ Travis Holmes KG? Don Folden QB? A 21 yard field goal by Southern States Rusty Kaufman in the final 42 seconds climaxed a tragic final quarter for the Bears as they fell to the Muleriders for their second conference loss. The Bears had the lead 28-7 at the beginning of the fourth period, but the Riders' 24 point comeback made the final score 31-28. Bob Tiner scored first for the Bears after a 65 yard drive. Jim Wilson converted making it 7-0. The Muleriders then tied it with Jim Leonard's 31 yard touchdown. After Richard McCauley intercepted a lateral, Tiner hit Jim Tarkington on a 34 yard pass to the one. Fran Richardson carried for the touchdown. . Wilson's conversion made the halftime score 14-7. In the third quarter Frank Richardson scored two more touchdowns from the four and one yard lines. Jim Wil- son's extra point kicks gave the Bears their 28-7 lead. In the final quarter. Stanley May lead the Southern State offense as he passed twice to wingback Jerry Harrell for touchdowns. Leonard made the other score for the Riders making it 28-28. Kaufman's field goal ended their scoring spree. AIC Howard Felts C863 rushes in to help teammates McCauley 1803 and Pierson 1873 bring down a Reddie. i 126 BEARS ROMP PAST A AND M5 DROP REDDIES FOR TITLE The Bears broke their two game losing streak and Arkansas A8LM's 15 game home field winning streak by defeating the Boll Weevils 35-14. SCA was the last- team to beat the Weevils at home, in 1962. Flanker Jim Tarkington set up the Bears first score with a 49 yard punt return, to the A8zM 12. Tiner carried it over with Wilson converting. Next, Tiner climaxed a 76 yard drive with a bootleg run to the right. The Weevils then took their turn with an 80 yard drive under the direction of Phil Clem. But the Bears couldn't be contained. Bob Tiner took a screen pass from Bobby Allison and ran 28 yards to the 2 yard line. Frank Richardson took it over for the touchdown and a halftime score of 21-7. In the third quarter the Bears scored again with three straight passes from Tiner to Tarkington. Tiner ran it over from the four. The Bears final score came when Charlie Coombs intercepted a Gary Tate pass and moved to the ASLM 36. Six plays later Bobby Tiner scored his fourth touchdown of the night. ASZM made its final score with a pass play from Clem to Tommy Larance. The Bears had their offense in high gear when they met the Mississippi College Choctaws in their third non-conference clash. Despite 32 first downs and over 400 yards total offense. the Bears were unable to hold the Choctaws and lost 30-26. Freshman Bobby Hill, Jim Tarkington, Richard Guthrie. and Bobby Tiner scored for the Bears. They led 26-21, until Wayne Thorton intercepted a Tiner pass and returned it 43 yards for a touchdown. with 4:49 left to play. One of the best plays of the season was Tarking- ton's fantastic catch of a 24 yard Tiner aerial for the second Bear touchdown. SCA Bears clinched one third of the AIC crown by easily beating the Henderson Reddies 19-7 before a homecoming crowd of 5,0001 Quarterback Bobby Tiner accounted for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Three times All-AIC, Tiner gained 1510 yards total offense this year. His second touchdown was the game highlight. After dropping back and faking a pass, he scrambled and darted 27 yards Mike Weber KBJ Gary Cruse QB? Charles Combs KB! Don McConnell CCP Al Hendrix CBD Clyde Hart IFBD Roy Croswhite KG? Ronny Funderburk QB3 Charles Thomas QBD Jimmy Shirley QCD Greg Wallace QGJ Thomas Pinder IGJ Charles Wheelis QTJ Danny Penny 1GB Bob Gerlinger fTJ Charles Pearrow QTJ Truman Ball iT? Richard McCauley QEJ John Cherry fBJ Virgil Knight qEb Joe Taylor fEl Mike Loibner CGb Joe Pierson QED Greg Reeves KTJ Keith Woosley KHBD Tommy Bailey 4TrJ Billy Saia 1TrJ Glenn Spigner 6MgrJ Danny Reed lMgrJ Mike Isom fMgrJ for the score and a 13-0 halftime lead. The final score came in the third quarter with Frank Richardson carrying over from the four. The 190 pounder from Osceola finished the season with 816 yards rushing. Henderson's only score came late in the game when Walter Lowe sneaked over from the four. There were six graduating seniors who were cap- tains for the homecoming game: Phil Carter, Jim Tur- ner, Chip Harris, Danny Funderburg, Richard Guthrie, and Howard Felts. SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA 9 1 3 SCOREBOARD Martin Branch . . . . Ouachita .... Troy State . . Harding .... Tech ...... Southern State . . . . A8zM ...... Miss. College . Henderson . . . 127 Cliff Horton has been basketball coach at SCA since 1958 and has never had a losing season. Horton, a native of Marshall, Arkansas, started his coaching career at St. Joe, Arkansas, High School where he had an amazing 78-won, 7 loss record in two years. Following this, he compiled a 65-25 won- loss season at Waldo, Arkansas, High School, and a 57-25 record at Crossett High School. His last year at Crossett, Horton was a member of the Arkansas High All-Star Coaching Staff, In 1957, he moved to Pine Bluff and his team compiled a record of 18 wins and 7losses. While at SCA, Coach Horton has had two confer- ence championship teams and has taken two teams to the NAIA tournament. Despite the ever-increasing "big- ness" of the AIC, Horton has led the Bears to a second place finish the last two years. Cliff Horton Head Coach Marvin Bishop Assistant Coach BEARS PLACE SECOND IN AIC Danny Wood, Junior guard, grabs a rebound against Hendrix. Cliff Horton fielded the AIC's smallest team this year both in size and bench strength. In a league that has truly become ftbig-time", the State College Bears' tallest starter was barely 6-4, all AIC Mickey Johnson, and they went the entire year with eight players seeing the brunt of the action. Oh yes, they finished second. The Bears rolled up an impressive 18-7 mark including the John Brown University Invitational Tournament Championship and battled Southern State to the wire for the AIC championship until two costly one-point defeats Clate in the season? virtually eliminated them from contention. The Bears officially opened the year on Novem- ber 14 by dropping Evangel College of Springfield, Missouri, 83-71 in their traditional opener at Yellville. Little Rock University edged the Bears 71-68 on No- vember 19, in a thriller at Little Rock. The John Brown tourney came next and SCA swept to the cham-A pionship by downing Central State of Oklahoma 78-70, Southwest Missouri Baptist 93-88, and Northeastern Oklahoma State 76-67. 129 130 ,SEAQ .qqzqu E .:,,-, . . , "' ,,:.A., ,.,, -' '1- .:AA-,.A ,,:a,f:.l::,:V . ,. , . .. . ,. . -. . , 'Wi ---- T 5 ri A lim f L 7 if E35 . 9 fm. ig M F 1 'ESQ' 2 Q 7 ' if ls L wp S ,FD fe - .5 182. 23 fu N ..,, Y 5 . A .. . . E, .. .- ,fllagfgsfg -S' if, X. ,, 4 -W-,... 85659, , . if ..w.1, ,. .LA- 7.9.9 I .,h, .7 ...VM . ..,. .. ., ,rw at ,M ,tf'g24,g5,--f,--V1-Qggw 1' 'L ' -2:1 31-1w?1eiQ5jy it-:'fi-'vigif,-Ia-1':ggg. " 'AW ,61Q-Q3f.aQ1w25-4223922525 . . 5 . , .- 1 -rf ,. 2 fi--if 'i'Q:5f'::'H.E:-:' .5 H- in-iz' ' ..'::-'iii " "" E Nils ' Z1 fi-'7'.1e:W29ffS f, . ' .. - ff.?9i,g:xGfL,:l1s19z' I-A-3 ' V 7 mfs-we Vwf-v gf 1 - I . ' f-www' , I , S. 7 f f 3 if I . , f' f x' h 5 5. x w ' O . I N - M' ' ' , 557 K , , ' , N ff 1 w X , 5 x,,,,,-f lx , N -V ,. V,-'z-'zz' K, Cir.-I z 19 5 L . if 9:15 'Sw X mg QW ,. , "'5U5f.nQ,... fy H' 5' 45 Q t R ,W pa wi if sr ,Q .53-we M,-f fm K Siege 7 V, E fx ,,,t,wg,,tt M ie 4 if ri ft tx 6 Saga- R, sl S, . ,.,,q,,.,?g3 ' Q5 ' ' ' f QQMQRQS S X ., s?22g891,5,5,?Z -. :f S an 7 ,gm-,, L S ers 955 in g at, 7, ,t ,J ,S . ,S qi ,S fig, S gi, ' S-2119 , S ,digg 1 1 '- - .- ee- S - -.....W. W - - ,M-.W --,ruff-as - ' View ! 1 I Gene Ary Joe Lippe Ray Bonds Mike Wickersham Mickey Johnson Tom McKinney In the conference opener December 2 the Bears routinely disposed of Ozarks 85-78. Arkansas College came next and those giant-killing Scots were never better, downing the Bears 75-69. The Bears rebounded from this setback and swept five straight, 93-64 over Tech, 72-67 over Harding, 70-67 over Henderson, 68-67 over A8zM, and 86-73 over arch-rival Hendrix. 7 ,mi n g .rfprfffsii 7 f A 7 .l ,fl ., .- .W ...H .gf . .rt .M ft, vi ,gsf,,72j,mg ,-si' ' - , .W -5 iii' 6 biii 7 S, 5 2 ' X 3 8 N 91 W, 1, 2, 1 mwah, if 4 7- , Rlglsgsgillw 28232, .' ,gs ,. S S-Y 6 K 8 Q QQQSMEZ E if 7 5-iatfgag M 1 rf X8 S f Wag , 7, 5 it a 1 52 xi, A 4 L sl 2 hw M ri u Nik-3 L :fx 1 ,, 5 7. , S 2 V' 8 sifif-Elf twig, . of 3. . . . . . 7, , -, 3 -.Q.t,stfg2aw - -wr-21lfi.' ff t J, ,Q ,q , f X X w g x 6 -V fr x -.. S t ,..., E it ' W' -is S36 635553 P K S Us K tw S Q my 71,1 ,, M , . ,Q-l,Eg.,,w2L Q91-j..1 5, S ilelr- r g: ,ooooili rei i I fe Q2 S tw' , eb S 2 ., . 1, we if 1 Q x X X 4, 4 2 S We gs 5 mf S 93, s 4 mi, 'H rx S + Q we K , A we f S Q ,. Xxbifj I w e . ff ,, W , 1 ' - . . . .t I . f Q-. 6 TT' .V -a ,i I-wh 1 , v. -- .. '. ' f ' M " -- miie , - ' f,' " . Mes-S. . V - .- - .7 at 1 - ef ,. 4. ,. 1. " - A 255 L-effs1w2.a-H.,-2. '1 ' fteamafif,-:asa 9 . Q. we - ..i'5w:- rveqfeximgwiii- if 3 ..: - ew- 5 , - , ,. J" K ,Q-fw 1. wifi: Yf4"" -' . . , 7 1'-"?'r4f sill-f.r.15-,'lg-kirby -Eff! 21.95. ..5!: Iilikeiilff' -Q--Tlx IQEH3' ' ,9 15 :,, ' 'ffl'- --faiizl ffgzssfiiiet -:ew g m. ' W.,-.1f, .,... -K,L., , - .. .. L, ,.., 1, . 1, , 159552 ' f gi,-:-a.f'! 'f--Sfmt ' 952: . . 7 K --..,,I,. ,.,.., X, , .5 .... ,. .. 4 t it f , 7 X ,uf 5 7 ,H 7 , rf 1 l S- 15 .4 r R' . S EQ ,A ,S f I 82 X5 Q XM.. gf X ,X gig 4 ' Q A - I A - . Danny Wood Joe Moss Mike Bridges Stan Lockhart George Jones Roy Barnard A showdown in Magnolia came next, but Southern State built up an early lead and then withstood a furious late SCA rally for an 86-79 triumph. SCA again snapped back and this time took four straight, 86-79 over Ouachita, 86-75 over Ozarks, 83-69 over Arkansas College, and 96-71 over Martin Branch before Techis Wonder Boys snapped the streak 97-96 in over-time at Russellville, February 10. Cheerleaders Linda Russell, Sylvia Galloway, and Susan Wilson cheer the Bears, during the half-time against Southern State. gggfzjjir- , f I Hi A -:- .mmf - , , , ' , 1 'ff ' JW .. f , Q5 Y r L it 'ff , LTL'-f , em? 4Lxl2,. A Z U ' S A 'X " ', X I . wifi! RN M i ' . 2 I I ,Lkxk :V 1 .I 5 Don Lovelady Larry Bunch Jeff Robinson 1Mgr.y Qi, Gene Ary, senior from Berryville, draws a foul from Henderson Reddie, Jimmie Peppers. ,ins NN. Johnson lays it up from behind, despite the efforts of O'Daniel and Folkes of Hendrix. 131 132 "?"" Y Pg Q- ,JSEQIQ The SCA Bears won three of their remaining four games, 91-83 over ASM, 77-72 over Hendrix, and 77- 76 over Ouachita. Southern took a 76-72 win here Feb- ruary 21 to clinch the title. The Bears entered the District 17 NAIA playoff held in early March in Pine Bluff with the winner earn- ing the right to represent the District in the National tournament in Kansas City. SCA lost six fine seniors including starters Mickey Johnson, Gene Ary, George Jones, and Joe Lippe plus Ray Bonds and Larry Bunch. Ary, Jones, and Lippe were four-year lettermen, and Johnson, a transfer from Hendrix, made the All Conference team both years at SCA. Left: Ary makes this two-pointer look easy in our second game with Southern State. Number 51 is Milton Hancock and 11 is Bill Burson. Below: Joe Lippe takes a rebound away from Cluit 4139 and O'Dan1el of Hendrix. .. 'N Above: Johnson drives against Niven 4157 and Metcalf of Hendrix. Below: Larry Ducksworth, probably the biggest name in the AIC this year, takes the ball away from sophomore Bear, Mike Bridges. i SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA SCA 72 Harding ..... 70 Henderson . . . 68 ASZM . . . 86 Hendrix .... . 79 86 Ouachita .... 86 83 96 96 SCOREBOARD 83 Evangel College .... 68 Little Rock University 78 Central Oklahoma State 93 S. W. Missouri Baptist 76 N. E. Oklahoma State 85 Ozarks .......... 69 Arkansas College . . 93 Tech .,....... Southern State . . Ozarks ....... Arkansas College . Martin Branch . . Tech ....... Harding . . . Henderson . A8zM . . . Hendrix ..... Southern State . . Ouachita .... 133 134 Jim Tarkington, probably the AIC's most versatile performer, goes over final hurdle in the grueling 440 yard intermediates TRACK AgN FIELD After two so-so years, the 1967 SCA track team showed signs of returning to the top of the AIC. The Bears had two of the conference's finest individual stars in sprinter Jim Tarkington and distance man Ricky Richardson. Tarkington, a Searcy senior, holds three school records, while Richardson is the AIC cross country champ and the conference record holder in the two-mile run. At one time, SCA dominated AIC track circles, but recently succumbed to a mass of imports from Harding and Southern State. However, this year under the superb guidance of new coach, Bill Nutter, one of the country's most astute young track coaches, the Bears appear to be on their way Whack". I ee? 136 A-M' W, : ,, ggg5g2mM5..5:- . ,ifA,.-.:--,a.--,,:u,,.-- za. '---'f'- -- f - .. .... .- W i v' - , nav: K R kg Q - R r 45' Q- ' " ' "' ,... . .ffm -: 1 - was . .... ,AA Dave Johnston Bill Wright Jody Musgrove Dave Roberts Distance men: Cecil Kraft, Ricky Richardson, Pole Vaulters: Charles Lemley, Dave Johnston. Half-milers: Eddie Moore, Bob Mentgen, Warren Shelton. an 4 h may Relay men, top row: Simpson, Simerson, Fortner. Bottom row: Johnston, Musgrove, Rea. Paul Prown, discus. m Ridlafd Clark, broad jump- Ricky Richardson, AIC champ in two-mile run. Paul Brown, shot put. High jumpers: Holden, Ezzi, Johnston, Matthews. 137 138 C1-QOSS COUNTRY Bill Nutter Coach SCA Bears finished fourth in the AIC Cross- Country meet at Searcy on November 11, behind Hard- ing, Henderson, and Southern State. The Bears missed second place by only five team points. Ricky Richardson placed first on the four-mile course with a time of 19:47. Only two men have ever run faster on the course: McMahon of Oklahoma Baptist and the defending NAIA Cross-Country Champion had a 19:20 and Giersberg of Arkansas State a 19:40. A During the season, the Bears won four of six meets, beating AIC teams Tech, Hendrix, Ouachita, Hender- son, AGM, Arkansas College, and non-conference teams John Brown and Lambuth. One of these meets was the Harding Invitational in which the Bears finished a strong seventh behind such teams as Arkansas State, S.E. Missouri, Murray State, and Harding. Richardson set four course records, two on the SCA course with times of 23:51 and 23:22, and two on the Hendrix course with times of 19:26.5 and 18:50.6. First row: Richard Stevens, Warren Shelton, Dave J ohnston. Second row: Bob Mentgen, Eddie Moore, Danny Butler, Ricky Richardson. BO LING The SCA bowling team started its fourth year in AIC competition this year under the coaching of Ralva Bass. Captain Ronnie Strack and Co-Captain Keith An- thony both placed high in AIC standings with averages of 196 and 203, respectively. Anthony's 203 average was the best in the conference at the first part of the sea- son. Keith also had the highest 3 game series with 663. In the three years since their organization at SCA, the Bear bowlers have placed second twice and third once in the conference. They won the NAIA roll- off all three years. This tournament includes teams from Louisiana, Arkansas, and Missouri. They also placed second in the Arkansas State Invitational last year at Jonesboro and will bowl again this year. The Bears bowl 24 games a year against tough competition and in a sport that requires coordination and team work. Ralva Bass Coach First row: Larry Odom, Mike Betts, Keith Anthony, Don Hastings. Standing: Bill James, Ronnie Strack. Keith Anthony, one of the AIC,s top bowlers, polishes up his form during a practice session. ""-2 139 140 TENNIS L Gay Hopkins Coach The SCA tennis team, coached this year by Gay Hopkins, entered a schedule against some tough AIC teams and also played several non-conference matches with East Texas Baptist, SW Missouri State, and Cen- tenary College of Shreveport, Louisiana. The Bears played a round robin tournament in their AIC play. Three players from last year returned. These were Jim Bunyard, Dickie Boyles, and Charles Besancon. Jimmy Bunyard practices his forehand drive First row: Jim Colclasure, Jim Bunyard, Tom Albaugh. Standing: John Baker, John Gray, Bubba Fields, Dale Colclasure GOLF Dr. Jeff Farris Coach The SCA golf team, coached by Dr. Jeff Farris this year, played dual matches against AIC teams Hendrix, Harding, Henderson, Ouachita, and rival Tech. They entered the AIC meet at Little Rock on May 15 and 16. The Bears also met Christian Brothers at Memphis, Southeast Baptist, and Milsaps in their non- conference competition. The team was led by Luke Gordy, George Jones, Ronnie Roach, and Mike Hannum. Luke Gordy prepares a long approach shot. Golf Team: Luke Gordy, Ronnie Roach, Johnny Green, Roger Verser, Tom McKinney, George Jones, Mike Hannum. 141 142 SWIMMING The SCA swimmers, headed by Coach Rex Lovell and Dr. James Ware, finished second in the AIC meet at Hendrix last year and had four Bears to participate in the NAIA meet, also held at Hendrix. These boys, Dick Warrington, Tom Bailey, Larry Skinner, and Bill Stroud, swam again this year along with four other starters from last year and six promising freshmen. Larry Skinner was chosen as team captain and Keith Wilson served as freshman captain. After an impres- sive 8-2 record, the Bears entered the AIC swim meet held March 11 at Hendrix where they placed a strong third. Dr. Ware Assistant Coach Rex Lovell Head Coach First row: Joe Fishback, Bill Sheppard, Donnie Holden. Second row: Charles Epperson, Grey Wren, Dick Warrington, Mike Lolbner Charles Lemley. Third row: Keith Wilson, Bill Stroud, Larry Skinner, Tommy Bailey, Bob Ford. BASEBALL The State College of Arkansas Baseball team, coached by Fletcher Lowry, opened the 1967 season with 12 returning lettermen. Lowry, who has been at SCA for 11 years, has posted an impressive 165-75 won-loss record, led the Bears to four conference titles, and received the coveted NAIA National Sports- manship Trophy. Perry Shock, Sr., served Lowry as assistant coach this year. Shock has been an active participant in sports since his school days at SCA. All-AIC players Jack Fulmer and Danny Lynch were back this year at third base and center field. Other returning lettermen included: Mike Butler, Denny McCrotty, Ernie Berry, Perry Shock, Jr., Jim Wilson, Mike Wickersham, George Jones, Randy Prin- gle, Woody Butler, and Jim Fulmer. Beginning their first year with the Bears are: Jack Curry, Pat Fal- cinelli, Donny Lovelady, Danny Duncan, David Waldrip, Dewayne Bragg, Mike Moore, Joe Moss, Bobby Ander- son, and Charles McCamant. o ' 2' vs 1967 State College of Arkansas Bear Baseball team. i '89- nn' 1 Q - nf Q rem! -K All A.I.C. Danny Lynch smashes a line drive during batting practice. Catcher is Ernie Berry. .wig-1 V .3 , 2. Q95 , gy ,ff--M K . . .. 5 5 R if ,- - el Ayr Outfielders: First row-David Waldrip, Danny Lynch, Jim Fulmer. Second Row-Cletis J udkins, Greg Wren, Woody Butler. Dewayne Bragg pitches batting practice. 145 146 Pitchers: First row-Mike Moore, J oe Moss, Randy Pringle, George Jones. Second row-Bobby Anderson, Mike Butler, Mike Wickersham .gmmmvmwwrvvff 5? Right fielder Woody Butler demonstrates his batting form in a practice session. -A A Q.. V J 'Www 1 S Catchers: Denny McCrotty, Danny Duncan, Ernie Berry. if 3 -1 Z -:"A E Q Infielders: Donny Lovelandy, George Anderson, Jack Fulmer, Jim Wilson. Standing: Kerry Keeter, Perry Shock, Jr., E Uv 1 H W: Pat Falcinelli. ,M K i.. ii " 1' N 147 Masaimlmvglamllwnmwnmnmlmmnmnm 551 GilElE3lr-iflr1'lLP:'lEIl'Uli!IEllT-'lIAlZflli2'lfEI1'Q!llilIr4'lfillfillelhlllillirdlr-i'll3'3l1'ElQl'E H , PART FIVE LIVING GRO P Today's students are constantly faced with the responsibility of meeting. the challenges of tomorrow. Each day, each activity,must give the student a little broader knowledge of the world in which he lives. The jobs, the responsibilities, and the problems will all soon be his, to be coped with in the light of what he has learned while in college and to the extent to which he has met this challenge. , A mamfmmmiairismienmnlmiaimmmimlmimimumpiiniiwu n 150 SENIORS President Charles Harris Vice President Danny Smith Anderson, Les F.g BS, Biology, Lonoke. Young Dem- ocratsg German Clubg Royal Rootersg Phi Sigma Epsilon. Armstrong, Lester K.g BSE, Industrial Educationg Arkadelphia. Craftsmans Guild. Arnold, Linda D., BSE, Englishg West Helena. SCA, WRAQ Phi Alpha Thetag Sigma Sigma Sigmag Sweet- heart of Phi Sigma Epsilon. Kappa Alpha. Avey, Jane M., BSE, English, Conway. Alpha Chi. Ayers, Maruice L.g BS, Math, Conway. Ary, Geneg BSE, Physical Educationg Berryville. Pi Baber, Pamela R., BSE, Elementary Education, Lake Hamilton. Young Republicans, ACE, SNEA, Orien- tation leader, Alpha Sigma Tau, President. Bailey, Jo Ann, BSE, Elementary Education, Conway. ACE, SNEA. Bailey, William N., BS, Psychology, Pine Bluff. BSU, Young Democrats, Intramurals, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Baker, Johnny C., BS, Pharmacy, Marshall. Senate, Summer President, Pi Kappa Alpha. Baker, Patricia K., BSE, Elementary Education, Conway. Balentine, Callie D., BSE, English, Big Flat. Alpha Chi. Bane, Dianna S., BSE, English, Conway. Bates, Alene B., BSE, Home Economics, Melbourne. Colhecon. Bell, Donna K., BSE, Home Economics, Lead Hill. Colhecon. Benton, Linda H., BSE, Elementary Education, Dam- ascus. ACE, SNEA, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Blossom Diane BSE Elementar Education' Conwa , 5 , Y Y Y- Cheerleader, captain, Alpha Sigma Tau, vice president. Boardman, James G., BSE, Physical Education, North Little Rock. Intramurals, SNEA. Bonge, Dennis K., BBA, Accounting, North Little Rock. Band, Little Symphony, Phi Beta Lambda, Kappa Kappa Psi, secretary. Borders, Mary L., BSE, Elementary Education, Eng- land. Chi Alpha, president, ACE, SNEA. Bowling, Brenda M., BSE, Math, Conway. SNEA, Math Club. HQWN, l 151 152 SENIORS Britton, Ava G., MA, Special Education, Vilonia. Brooks, Sallie, BSE, Language, Fayetteville. Wesley, La Sociedad Hispanica, Alpha Chi. Brown, Albert D., BA, Math, Humnoke. German Club. Brown, Jerold D., BS, Mathematics, Little Rock. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Transfer, LRU. Brown, Thomas R., BSE, Mathematics, Helena. Senate, Intramurals, Royal Rooters, Sigma Tau Gam- ma, Who's Who, Football, Student Judiciary Board, Orientation leader. Bunch, Larry W., BSE, Physical Education, Spring- dale. Basketball, Pi Kappa Alpha. Burchfield, Elizabeth S., BSE, Elementary Educa- tion, North Little Rock. Burgess, William T., BSE, Mathematics, Greenbrier. AIP, Alpha Chi, Theta Xi. Burns, Donald A., BSE, Physical Education, Little Rock. Newman Club, Young Democrats, Intramurals, Pi Kappa Alpha. Butkiewicz, John E., BS, Biology, -Rome, New York. Biology Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, secretary. Campbell, Tommy C., BS, Industrial Education, Pine Bluff. MBSF, Craftsmans Guild, Alpha Chi, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Capps, Leslie F., BBA, Business, Little Rock. SCA, Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA, La Sociedad Hispanica, Royal Rooters, Phi Sigma Epsilon, historian, Pre- Law Club, vice' president, Senate, treasurer, Young Democrats. Carnahan, Joanne, BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. Carnahan, Robert G., BA, Elementary Education, Conway. Carrell, Roger, BSE, Mathematics, Damascus. Carter, G. Illene, BSE, Elementary Education, Sear- Xy. BSU, Young Republicans, SNEA, Alpha Sigma lpha. Carter, Robert P., BS, Math, Conway. Young Dem- ocrats, Football, Track, Sigma Tau Gamma, vice president, Math Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Cartwright, Patsy R., BSE, Elementary Education, Vilonia. SNEA. Cathey, Doretta A., BSE, Business Education, North Little Rock. Alpha Chi, Pi Omega Pi. Caven, Linda K., BSE, Elementary Education, Helena. SCA Council, Band, Scroll, ACE, WRA, Alpha Sigma Tau, secretary, Phi Lambda Chi Sweetheart, Orienta- tion leader. Chaney, Pamela, BSE, Home Economics, Harrison. BSU, Colhecon, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Clark, James W., BSE, Special Education, Melbourne. Phi Lambda Chi. Clark, Janice K., BSE, Math, Nashville. Pi Alpha Theta, ABS. Clements, Janice A., BBA, Accounting, Conway. Senate, Scroll, Young Democrats, WRA, Alpha Chi, AMS, Royal Rooters, Who's Who, Phi Beta Lambda, reporter, Alpha Sigma Tau, treasurer, Orientation leader. Cody Mary D., BSE, Elementary Education, Morril- ton. SNEA. Cole, Nancy N., BSE, Elementary Education, Harri- son. ACE. Coleman, Gealy E., BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. BSU, SNEA, Colquitt, Sharon P., BSE, Elementary Education, Conway. Newman Club, ACE, SNEA, La Sociedad Hispanica. Conner, Burnetta M., BSE, Elementary Education, Salem. ACE, SNEA. Cox, Gerald C., BS, History, Conway. 153 154 Seniors perpetuate the memories of SCA in the rings they buy. is W ii 52,2 cap, A 0 A . ,gg 27 ft g ,ii-wr. were , 3. gem: IMI IEW' .WL 2 .ag I-U.- ...ll 'mi I -HQ! ...gg EW! SENIORS Crabtree, Sandra W., BA, Language, Heber Springs. Senate, Scroll, Young Democrats, WBA, Royal Root- ers, Alpha Sigma Tau, Rush Chairman, Pledge Mis- tress, Orientation leader. Cranford, Nelda M., BSE, Elementary Education, Wolf Bayou. SNEA. Crenshaw, Shalah Y., BSE, History, Little Rock. SCA, T-Steppers, Young Democrats, Alpha Sigma Tau, vice president, pledge class president, rush chairman. Crook, Janis A., BSE, English, Little Rock. Cullen, John R., BSE, Social Science, Fort Smith, Alpha Chi. Cummings, Judy S., BSE, Elementary Education, North Little Rock. Young Democrats, ACE, SNEA, WRA, vice president, representative, Sigma Kappa, Rush Chairman, historian. CUPP, Gordon T., BA, English, Malvern. Wesley, Young Democrats, SNEA, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Dacus, Linda J., BSE, Special Education, West Mem- phis. Young Democrats, ACE, SNEA, WRA, Sigma Sigma Sigma, president, Orientation leader. Davidson, Gary W., BS, Biology, Beebe. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Davis, Danna J., BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. Wesley, SNEA. Davis, Nora L., BSE, Home Economics, Fountain Hill. Colhecon. Day, David K., BSE, Social Science, Conway. Diederich, Otto W., BSE, Social Science, North Little Rock. Diles, Erika, BME, Voice, Conway. Choir, MENC, president, German Club. Dunavan, Sandra E., BSE, Political Science, Marvell. Phi Alpha Theta, president. Dunn, Betty L., BSE, Home Economics, Bradford. Colhecon, Alpha Sigma Alpha, T-Steppers. Dye, Janet I., BSE, English, Pine Bluff. SNEA. Eans, Dixie V., BSE, Math, Des Arc. Choir, SCA, Math Club, president, vice president, Alpha Chi, secretary, Royal Rooters, Sigma Kappa, president, Orientation leader. Eastman, Donald F., BS, Zoology, Helena. Newman Club, ACS, Biology Club, Intramurals, Math Club. Eaton, Mary Jane, BSE, Business Education, Conway. SCA, Phi Beta Lambda, WRA, AMS, Alpha Sigma Tau. Eddings, Shirley A., BSE, Elementary Education, Hasty. ACE. Eddy, Joe G., BS, Math, Little Rock. Senate, treas- urer, Royal Rooters, Theta Xi, president, treasurer, Who's Who, Cross Country, Student Judiciary Advi- sory Board, chairman, Public Appearance Committee. Edwards, Dell L., BA, Business, Conway. BSU, Sen- ate, Craftsmans Guild, Phi Beta Lambda, Phi Lamb- da Chi. Elrod, Laura A., BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way, ABS, SNEA. 155 156 SENIORS Enderlin, Virginia S., BSE, Elementary Education, Conway. Newman Club, secretary, Young Democrats, Colhecon, secretary, SNEA, WRA, Delta Zeta, rec- ording secretary, corresponding secretary, Orienta- tion leader. Ethridge, Julian H., BS, Biology! Conway. Biology Club, reporter, Sigma Tau Gamma, J .D. Henry Award. Evans, Evelyn I., BSE, Elementary Education, Ben- ton. ACE, SNEA. Eye, Richard L., BBA, Accounting, University City, Missouri. ABS. Farish, Don E., BS, Psychology, El Dorado. Biology Club, Interfraternity Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon, cor- responding secretary. Fields, Susan K., BSE, Special Education, Little Rock. Phi Alpha Theta, Delta Delta Delta ftransfer, Little Rock Universityj. Finley, Joe B., BSE, Physical Education, Mountain Home. Flack, Ron R., BSE, Art, Lawton, Okla. Newman Club, Alpha Phi, president, Theta Xi, Founders Club, Debate Team. Forte, Joseph E., BA, English, Lake Village. New- man Club, Intramurals, SNEA, La Sociedad Hispanica Former, Jean A., BSE, Language, Elaine. Foster, Carol J., BBA, Business Administration, Mountain View. MBSF, BSU, Phi Beta Lambda, Young Democrats, Intramurals, Choir, La Sociedad Hispanica. Fowler, James R., BS, Physics, Conway. American Institute of Physics, research assistant. French, Gary D., BSE, Art, Bee Branch. Freyaldenhoven, Eddie P., BS, Math, Conway. New- man Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Fullington, Phyllis A., BSE, Elementary Education, Alexander. ACE, SNEA. Fulton, Alice F., BSE, English, DeWitt. Alpha Sigma Alpha. Furgerson, Linda C., BSE, Business Education, Con- way. SNEA. Futrell, James M., BSE, Speech, Conway. BSU, SCA, treasurer, vice president, Scroll, senior editor, For- ensic League, Alpha Psi Omega, vice president, sec- retary-treasurer, Royal Rooters, Orientation leader, Debate team. Gibbs, Gaylon L., BSE, Physical Education, Keo. Intramurals, Theta Xi. Greco, Frankie L., BSE, English, Helena. Newman Club, reporter, SCA, Echo, Young Democrats, Biology Club, WRA, Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Sigma Tau, pledge trainer, Orientation leader. Griffith, Patsy M., BSE, Math, Pine Bluff. BSU, Young Democrats, SNEA, Math Club. Halbrook, Dee D., BS, Biol0gy3 Conway. Biology Club, Royal Rooters, Phi Lambda Chi, Football, Track, Golf. Hancock, Grace J., BSE, Elementary Education. Conway. Hardin, Billy P., BS, Economics, Conway. BSU, SCA, Young Democrats, Intramurals, Phi Beta Lamb- da, Sigma Tau Gamma, vice president, Football, FCA. Harris, Charles C., BSE, Physical Education, Hum- boldt, Tennessee. SCA Council, Royal Rooters, Pi Kappa Alpha, secretary, Football, Senior Class Pres- ident. Harrison, Lib, BSE, Elementary Education, Leslie. SCA, president, T-Steppers, secretary, ACE, WRA, Alpha Chi, Royal Rooters, treasurer, Delta Zeta, vice president. Hartwick, Mike B., BS, Industrial Education, Green- brier. Wesley Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon, vice pres- ident, Craftsmans Guild. Haustein, Bruno G., BBA, Business Administration, North Little Rock. Theta Xi, Administrative Manage- ment Society, Phi Beta Lambda. Hawkins, Joel F., BBA, Accounting, North Little Rock. Theta Xi. Hawkins, Marilyn S., BSE, Home Economics, Mt. Vernon. BSU, Young Democrats, Colhecon. 157 158 arm as SENIORS Hearne, Carolyn A., BSE, English, North Little Rock. BSU, SNEA, YWA, vice president. Heffington, Gary D., BSE, Physical Education, Con- way. Intramurals, Phi Lambda Chi, Basketball. Hefner, Janis D., BSE, Home Economics, Beebe. BSU, Colhecong YWA. Hendrick, Carol D., BA, English, Conway. Hild, Dan L., BS, Psychology? North Little Rock. SCA, Wesley, Young Democrats, Choir, Biology Club, Pi Kappa Alpha. Hinkle, George W., BS, Math, Mountain View. Wes- ley Council, Senate, AIP, Intramurals, Theta Xi, rush chairman, Math Club. I-Iinkson, Sandra A., BSE, Elementary Education, Jacksonville. Hodge, Larry A., Bs, Math, Biymheville. BSU, Math Club. Hodoway, Helen E., BSE, Elementary Education, Cabot. Hoffman, Douglas O., BSE, Elementary Education, Conway. ABS, SNEA. Holcomb, James R., BME, Music, Memphis, Ten- nessee. Wesley, Band, Young Democrats, Brass Choir, Tophatters, Choir, Little Symphony, Kappa Kappa Psi, vice president, MENC, president, AIC Chorus, SCA Brass Sextet. Holder, Wilma L., BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. Chi Alpha, SNEA. Holliman, Linda S., BSE, Elementary Education, Quitman. Hollis, Benny M., BS, Sociology? Rector. Senate, Echo, Young Democrats, Choir, Sociology Forum, Royal Rooters, Who's Who, Newman Club, treas- urer, president, Scroll, business manager, Theta Xi, secretary, Orientation leader. Holyfield, Sharon L., BSE, English, Conway. SCA, SNEA, Alpha Sigma Tau, corresponding secretary. Hoofman, Cliff, BS, Math: Judsonia. Senate: Inter- fraternity Council, president, Phi Lambda Chi, rush chairman, Man of the Year: Orientation leader. Housley, Ila F.g BSE. Elementary Education, Mor- rilton. Alpha Chi. Howell, .Io Anneg BSE, Home Economics, Vilonia. BSUQ SCAQ Colhecon. Huett, Louis E.g BBA, Businessg Springfield. Young Republicans, Phi Beta Lambda. Huffington, Katherine E.g BSE, Elementary Educa- tiong Vilonia. SNEA, Phi Alpha Theta. Hundley, Laura L., BSE, Elementary Education: West Helena. ACE. Hunt, Elizabeth A.g BSE, Physical Educationg Hig- den. WPEMM: SNEA, WRA. Hurliman, Mary A.g BSE, English, Alexander. SNEAg Alpha Chi. Hurst, Arnold E.g BS, Economics, Hot Springs. Early in the year, Governor Orville Faubus spoke at the dedication of education television station KETS. 159 160 SENIGRS Huss, Mary L., BSE, Elementary Education, Ft. Smith. Young Republicans. Huss, Stephen F., BSE, History, Pine Bluff. Midwest Model United Nations delegate, Phi Alpha Theta, president, vice president, treasurer, Pre-Law, sec- retary, Young Republicans, president. Ingram, Barbara D., BSE, Special Education, Con- way. SCA, Council, recording secretary, Senate, rec- ording secretary, T-Steppers, Scroll, Young Republi- cans, Alpha Chi, Royal Rooters, Delta Zeta, record- ing secretary, Who's Who, Student Judiciary Board, Orientation leader. Jackson, Carol A., BSE, Language, Helena. SCA, La Sociedad Hispanica, WRA, Alpha Chi, Royal Root- ers, secretary, Panhellenic Council, president, Alpha Sigma Tau, president, Top Tau, Jr. Founders Day Maid, Orientation leader, Whois Who. Jackson, Doyle N., BSE, Mathematics, Conway. Jackson, James E., BS, Biology, Carlisle. Biology Club, Theta Xi. Jackson, Mary L., BSE, Elementary Education, Car- lisle. MBSF, SNEA. Jennings, Rosanne I-I., BSE, Elementary Education, Tuckerrnan. Wesley, T-Steppers, Young Democrats, SNEA, WRA, Panhellenic Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha, ACEI, Most Beautiful Greek. Johnson, Donna W., BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. SCA. Johnson, Kristen K., BS, Sociology, Little Rock. Newman Club, SCA, Wesley, Echo, Scroll, Young Democrats, Choir,-Pre-Law, WRA, Sigma Kappa. Johnson, Michael R., BSE, Physical Education, Con- way. SCA, Intramurals, Royal Rooters, Pi Kappa Alpha, Basketball, All-AIC, Orientation leader, FCA. Jones, George W., BSE, Physical Education, Nash- ville. BSU, SCA, Council, Senate, Young Democrats, Intramurals, Royal Rooters, president, Pi Kappa Al- pha, vice president, Who's Who, Baseball, All-AIC, Basketball, Bowling, Golf. Jones, Mary Ann, BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. SNEA. Keathley, Cletus A., BSE, Home Economics, Mount Vemon. Colhecon, Economics Association, state secretary. Kennedy, Linda K., BSE, Elementary Education, Quitman. Kent, Judy L., BSE, Elementary Education, Conway. SNEA, WRA, Sigma Kappa, historian. Kinard, Mary L., BSE, Physical Education, Grubbs. WPEMM, WRA. King, Richard C., BSE, Physical Education, Little Rock. Senate, Young Democrats, Royal Rooters, vice president, Sigma Tau Gamma, Freshman Class Vice President, Sophomore Class President, Junior Class President, Student Body President. Kitchens, Richard C., BSE, Physical Education, Hope. Wesley, Young Democrats, Intramurals, SNEA, Sigma Tau Gamma. Lanham, Jackie K., BA, Psychology, Little Rock. BSU, chaplain, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Lasiter, Sandra K., BS, Psychology, North Little Rock. Young Democrats, WRA, SCA, president, Al- pha Sigma Tau, Orientation leader. Layrock, Patricia Ann, BS, Pre-Med, Searcy. Young Democrats, ACS, Biology Club, Royal Rooters, Sigma Kappa, treasurer, WRA, representative, council sec- retary, Orientation leader. Lemke, Phyllis, BA, Music, Forrest City. Band, All-AIC, Little Symphony, Feature Twirler, Drum majorette. Lemmon, Elizabeth R., BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. Wesley, ACE, WRA, SNEA, secretary- treasurer, Sigma Kappa, vice president. Lilley, Billie L., BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. BSU, SNEA. Lippe, Joe F., BSE, Physical Education, Harrison. Basketball, Pi Kappa Alpha. Maier, Sharon S., BSE, Elementary Education, Stutt- gart. SNEA. Mainard, James C., BSE, Elementary Education, Marshall. Young Republicans, Int.ramurals, Basket- ball, T. Club, Pi Kappa Alpha. Maltbia, Joel, BA, Sociology, Conway. Mayall, Johnnie C., BBA, Business, North Little Rock. 161 162 Columnist Richard Allin spoke to members of Alpha Chi honor society after banquet. 'x 950: G 1 , fast, -Q """N,. McConnaughhay, Jeral R., BSE, Math, Searcy. BSU. McCoy, Gayla A., BSE, Home Economics, Enola. Colhecon. McGinty, Peggy J., BSE, Physical Education, Con- way. WPEMM, Square Dance Club. McMillen, Jo Ann, BSE, English, Damascus. Merritt, Annette J., BSE, Business Education, North Little Rock. Pi Omega Pi, vice president, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Sigma Tau, corresponding secretary. Mosley, Dana Q., BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. ACE, SNEA. Moudy, Dorothy M., BS, Business, Conway. Phi Beta Lambda, Administrative Management Society. Murry, Dorothy J., BSE, Elementary Education, North Little Rock. Chi Alpha, SNEA. Narkinsky, Elizabeth A., BSE, Speech, North Little Rock. BSU, SNEAQ Pi Kappa Delta, Forensic League, Debate team. Transfer: Gamma Phi, AWS. Nisbett, Duane C., BSE, Physical Education, Annis- ton, Alabama. SCA, Intramurals, Pi Kappa Alpha, president. Noble, Dianna L., BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. Scroll, Young Democrats, ACE, SNEA, WRA, Delta Zeta. Oliver, Ann E., BSE, Elementary Education, Stutt- gart. SCA, T-Steppers, WRA, SNEA, Scroll, Young Republicans, Royal Rooters, Delta Zeta. Oliver, Jack Les, BSE, Social Science, Greenwood. SCA, Young Democrats, Choir, MENC, SNEA, Phi Lambda Chi. Parish, Stanley, BBA, Business, Conway. Parsons, Clyde, T., BS, Math, Marianna. Wesley, AIP. Passmore, Wanda L., BSE, Special Education, Leslie. Patty, Connie R., BSE, Elementary Education, Fort Smith. T-Steppers, Little Symphony, ACE, WRA, Pan- hellenic Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Peacock. Joey N., BBA, Business, McCrory. BSU, Young Republicans, Pre-Law . Pendergrass, Mary A., BSE, History, Crossett. Echo, Scroll, Young Democrats. Perry, Cloie, BSE, Biology, England. BSU, Scroll, Choir, ACE, Biology Club, SCA, WRA, Sigma Kappa, Orientation leader. Peterson, Robert L., BS, Math, North Little Rock. Newman Club, Young Republicans, Intramurals, AIP, Phi Lambda Chi. Phillips, Joy L., BS, Biology, North Little Rock. SCA, Biology Club, WRA, Royal Rooters, Alpha Sigma Tau. Pickle, Bobby N.,BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. Echo. Pike, Freddie R., BS, Sociology, Conway. 163 164 i,,.2"'.... SENIORS Pinkerton, Dwight A., BSE, Math, Umpire. Polk, Lynn M., BBA, Accounting, Little Rock. Phi Beta Lambda, Administrative Management Society, Theta Xi. Power, Bonita M., BSE, Elementary Education, Hot Springs. ACE, WRA, Alpha Sigma Tau, Orientation leader. Powers, Thomas S., BS, Economics, Conway. Phi Sigma Epsilon. Radcliff, Diane G., BSE, Business Education, Lonoke. SCA, T-Steppers, vice president, Scroll, Young Dem- ocrats, Phi Beta Lambda, WRA, vice president, Delta Zeta. Ramsey, Charles A., BSE, Math, Mountain View. Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Chi. Ramsey, Diana L., BSE, Business Education, Con- way. Phi Beta Lambda, Administrative Management Society, secretary. Ramsey, Jim, BBA, Business, Heber Springs. Young Democrats, Phi Beta Lambda, Interfratemity Coun- cil, Phi Lambda Chi, president, corresponding sec- retary, Intramural Council, vice president, Orienta- tion leader. Redditt, Liz A., BSE, Language, Morrilton. T-Step- pers, Scroll, Young Republicans, WRA, Royal Rooters, Delta Zeta, treasurer, corresponding secretary, Ger- man Club, secretary-treasurer, Orientation leader. Regauld, Michael H., BSE, Industrial Education, Little Rock. Young Democrats, Craftsman Guild, pres- ident, Pre-Law. Reidhar, Bonnie L., BSE, Home Economics, Des Arc. Young Democrats, Colhecon, SNEA. Renfro, Bobby J., BBA, Business, Blytheville. SCA, Young Democrats, Intramurals, SNEA, Royal Rooters Pi Kappa Alpha, Football, Baseball, All-AIC, Orien- tation leader. Reynolds, Iris M., BS, Math, Little Rock. BSU, Bio- logy Club, treasurer, Math Club, treasurer. Reynolds, Opal L., BS, Math, Little Rock, BSU, Biology Club, Alpha Chi, Math Club. Richardson, Richy G., BSE, Health Education, Con- way. BSU, lntramurals, Royal Rooters, Sigma Tau Gamma, FCA, co-president, Cross Country, Track. 1 Rinie, Virginia A., BSE, Health Education, Con- way. Colhecon. Robbins, Judy A., BS, Biology? Hot Springs. Young Republicans, Biology Club. Robinson, Bera P., BSE, Elementary Education: Beebe. Robinson, Linda K., BSE, Elementary Education, Hot Springs. SNEA, MBSF, Alpha Chi. A Rose, Larry P., BSE, Physical Education, Conway. SNEA, Theta Xi. Rowland, Linda K., BSE, Business, North Little Rock. SCA, Young Democrats, Phi Beta Lambda, WRA,Square Dance Club, Alpha Sigma Tau, treas- urer. Russell, Linda K., BSE, Physical Education, Tex- arkana. Cheerleader, SCA, Scroll, Intramurals, WPEMM, WRA, president, Delta Zeta, Orientation leader. Saum, Theadora S., BSE, Special Education, Spring- dale. Schichtl, Shelby J., BSE, Business Education, Con- way. Schwenk, Don L., BS, Business, Little Rock. Scott, Patricia A., BSE, Home Economics, Althei- mer. Colhecon. Seay, Jerel D., BSE, Physical Education, Conway. Sellars, Etta L., BSE, Social Science, Formosa. BSU 5 SNEA, Phi Alpha Theta. Senn, Gerald A., BSE, Social Science, Little Rock. BSU, Band, vice president, Kappa Kappa Psi, Theta Xi Shoffner, Mary N., BSE, Home Economics, Searcy. Young Republicans, Colhecon, SNEA, Orientation leader. 166 SENIORS Sikes, Mary Nell, BSE, Elementary Education, North Little Rock. SCA, Young Democrats, ACE, WPEMM, SNEA, WRA, Sigma Kappa, vice president, pledge mistress. Simon, Phyllis, C., BA, Math, Conway. Newman Club, SNEA, Alpha Chi, treasurer, Math Club. Smith, Barbara L., BSE, Home Economics, Sheridan. Wesley, Colhecon, Alpha Sigma Alpha, historian, Young Democrats. Smith, Danny H., BBA, Business, Bentonville. Sen- ate, Intramurals, Phi Beta Lambda, vice president, Alpha Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Royal Rooters, Senior Class Vice President, Orientation captain, Football. Smith, Lindell, F., BSE, Math, Bald Knob. Smith, Nancy M., BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. SCA, vice president, Wesley Council, T-Step- pers, choreographer, Cheerleader, captain, Young Democrats, Intramurals, SNEA, WRA, Royal Rooters, Alpha Sigma Tau, Homecoming Royalty. Spencer, Shirley J., BSE, Physical Education, Wid- ener. WPEMM, WRA, Panhellenic Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Springfield, Lynn H., MS, Special Education, Hot Springs. Spurlock, Tress L., BSE, Mathematics, Holly Grove. Intramurals, Pi Kappa Alpha. Stanley, Larry D., BA, Psychology, Hazen. Wesley, Young Republicans, German Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Steele, Danny W., BS, GSOSPHPUYL Alexander. BSU Council, SCA Council, Pi Kappa Alpha, Choir. Track. Stell, Danny E., BS, Sociology, Conway. Phi Lambda Chi. Stevens, Carolyn B., BSE, Home Economics, Dela- plaine. Colhecon. Stevens, Robert D., BSE, Industrial Education, Con- way. Craftsmans Guild. Stewart, Shirley A., BSE, English, Hensley. SNEA, Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Chi, president, BSU Council, Pi Alpha Theta, secretary-treasurer, Human Rel- ations Club, Whois Who. Stiefvater, Jim E., BS, Industrial Education, Conway. Newman Club, Craftsmans Guild, SAEA, SNEA, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Strack, Ronald A., BSE, Industrial Education, Con- way. Newman Club, Craftsmans Guild. Strain, Gary A., BS, Physics, Mayflower. American Institute of Physics, president, Alpha Chi. Sutterfield, Leo C., BBA, Accounting, Mountain View. Theta Xi, secretary. Suva, Betty A., BSE, Math, Pine Bluff. Newman Club, Math Club. Swope, Jerry C., BSE, Art, Conway. Alpha Phi, Choir. Sybert, Jessica A., BSE, English, Little Rock. SCA, T-Steppers, Phi Beta Lambda, WRA, representative, Alpha Sigma Tau, vice president, historian. Taylor, Roger L., BSE, Math, Hazen. Phi Sigma Epsilon, vice president, pledge master, alumni director. Thomas, Frances D., BSE, Elementary Education, Little Rock. BSU, Choir, ACE, Young Republicans, Intramurals, SNEA, Sigma Sigma Sigma. For some it was the first time, for others the last, to see the Marching Bears' "ASTC" precision drill performance. 167 168 SENIORS Thomas, Van C., BS, Economics, Franklin. Thompson, Carolyn L., BBA, Business, North Little Rock. Alpha Chi. Thomson, Barbara G., BSE, Home Economics, North Little Rock. Colhecon, SNEA. Tiner, Bobby L., BSE, Physical Education, Mor- rilton. SCA, Royal Rooters, Pi Kappa Alpha. Torrance, Charles L., BSE, Physical Education, Norfork. Townzen, Clyde C., BSE, Art, Rogers. Trahan, Judith M., BSE, Elementarv Education, Stuttgart. Newman Club, ACE, SNEA. Tucker, Iris C., BSE, Social Science, Benton. ACS,SNEA. Turley, Sharon L., BSE, Business Education, Lonoke. Turner, Sandra K., BSE, Elementary Education, North Little Rock. SCA, ACE, SNEA, WRA, Sigma Kappa. Vint, Mona K., BSE, English, Conway. Phi Alpha Theta. Voss, John A., BS, Sociology, Conway. Sigma Tau Gamma, Track. Waits, Mea J., BSE, Social Science, El Paso. Wardlaw, Jane, BSE, Home Economics, Warren., Biology Club, Colhecon. Weaver, Barbara J., BSE, English, Vilonia. Webb, Carolyn S., BSE, Home Economics, Conway. Colhecon, president, Sigma Sigma Sigma, treasurer. Weed, Michael O., BBA, Business, Little Rock. Young Republicans, Pi Kappa Alpha, Football, FCA. Whiting, Charles L., BBA, Business, Gillett. Young Democrats, Biology Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Phi Sigma Epsilon, corresponding secretary. Wilcox, Shelby J., BSE, Elementary Education, Greenbrier. Wilkerson, Richard A., BSE, Math, Hensley. MBSF, Intramurals, SNEA, Theta Xi. Williams, Vernon W., BS, Industrial Education, Mon- roe. Young Republicans, Intramurals, Theta Xi. Wilson, Margaret G., BSE, Elementary Education, Greenbrier. Wesley, Scroll, ACE. president, Choir, Colhecon, Intramurals, SNEA, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Wilson, Yvonne A., BS, Speech Correction, Blythe- ville. BSU, SCA, WRA, Senior assistant, Speech and Hearing. Wood, Carol F., BSE, Elementary Education, Gra- vette.SNEA. Works, Barbara E., BSE, Elementary Education, Pine Bluff. BSU, Chi Alpha, WRA, Intramurals, Al- pha Sigma Alpha, corresponding secretary. Worm, GiGi, BSE, Art, Conway. Newman Club, Young Democrats, Alpha Phi, Intramurals, WPEMM, WRA, SNEA, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Wright, William L., BBA, Accounting, Conway. Phi Beta Lambda, Track, T Club. Yeager, Gara S., BSE, Language, Searcy. SNEA, La Sociedad Hispanica, president. Yeargan, James D., BA, Economics, Norman. Trans- fer: Phi Sigma Pi, Minat State College, North Dakota. 169 170 JUNIORS pl-esideng Mike Butler Vice President Richard Stephens Adams, Gene . 'A Adams, Jim Allen, Barbara . Allgood, Paul . 4, Q Anderson, Johnny --we Anderson, Tommy Andrews, Robert ' Arnhart, John . Ask, Doug .... Atterberry, Travis Austin, Janet . l Beebe . . . Leslie Heber Springs , . . Floral . . Pangburn . Little Rock . . . Conway . . Clinton Little Rock . . . Conway . Morrilton Avance, Diane . . . No. Little Rock Avants, Floy . . . Bailey, Cecil . . Bailey, David . . . Bailey, Thomas . . . Ban, Becky ...... Barham, Pauletta . Barnes, Cora .... Barr, James . . . Barrett, Diane . . Baw, Dennis . . Beard, Doyle . . . Beard, Mike . . Beasley, Jerry , . . Bell, Brenda . . . Bennett, Linda . . . Berry, Ernie . . . Bintliff, Doylene . . Birdsong, Greg . . . . . . Bishop, Jerry . . . Black, Kay Kay . . Blair, Douglas . . . Bland, Frances . . . Boardman, Barbara Boast, Waymon , . . . . . . .Jacksonville No. Little Rock . . . . . Conway . . .Conway No. Little Rock ......Leslie . . . . Marshall . . Jacksonville . . . Jonesboro No. Little Rock . . . . . Norfork . . Little Rock . . . .Cabot . . . . . Vilonia . . . Little Rock No. Little Rock No, Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . . Conway . . Conway . . Little Rock . . . , . . Ward Mountain Home . . . Pine Bluff f"""N we V 171 172 Students of lntemational Relations classes discuss world problems in Model United Nations, 5 I4 .Al 5 3 529 M W , 1 -if 'E' wk., g 1 5 , 1 " ,, i 3 gm ,X X Zu ,Q if W J Nu I ,Q N-M., V. ill, 3 3 E:-2 -. sis are B ii-. ':,,,,a -. , -2"ra, awe, , ,vs ti-fi,wk. ,E ai 1' afmygt 3 , 939532 ,iii ,I ,N i w --.:- , ..,,- If-vt: - 5 X f is if' C 3 5. E 4QFf' A. 5352?sf,i:ftst4:tif2,fm sy , is--ex , M ,. K ,,,f,, Q, --W X JUNIORS Bohannan, Linda . Bond, Connie . . . Bone, Louise . . . Bookout, Johnny . Bradford, Judye . Bramlett, Marilyn Brown, Anthony . Bryant, Robert , . Burrow, Patricia . Butler, Mike . . . Butler, Woodrow . . . . . Campbell, Dorcus Campbell, Jim . . Carpenter, Sara . Caughman, Linda Cerrato, Carolyn . . Berryville . . Little Rock . . . Des Arc . . . Wiseman . . . Clinton . . . Clinton . . . Oxford . . Conway .......Bay No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Little Rock Memphis, Tenn. . . Little Rock . . Fayetteville No. Little Rock Chadwick, Dana . Chafin, Barbara . Chambers, Jeanie Charton, Lavonna Chastain, Cheryl . . . . . Cherry, Jim ..,. Cheshire, Patricia . . . Chesser, Edgar . . Clanton, Dan . . . Clayton, James . . Cline, Barbara . . . . Cole, Brenda . . . Cole, Norma Jean . . . Coleman, Ed ......., Coleman, Marguerite . . . Coleman, Quincy . Collins, Robert . . Copeland, Linda . Cothren, Sharon . Coulter, Marilyn , . , . . Cox, Sarah , . . Cox, Susan , .... Craton, Delores . Crumpler, Jeannie , . . Van Buren . . . Little Rock . . . . Wilmar . . . Morrilton No. Little Rock . , Jacksonville . . Little Rock . . Crossett . . . . . .Harrell No, Little Rock . . . Clarksville . . Center Ridge . . . Little Rock ......Elaine No. Little Rock . . . , . . . Rudy Cherokee Village . . . . . Yellville . . Heber Springs No. Little Rock . . Malvem . . . . . Malvem . . Jacksonville . . . Harrison 'It J' ..,w Q54 ,r .:.o1 X affv' 0' ".f:u"v4 Q ,",,,far, 1 173 174 fik C vi? Q , is-Q M 'U' JUNIORS Culp, Shirlene . . Dalby, Patsy . Davis, Brenda . Davis, Johnny . Dawson, Curt . . DeBoard, Charles DePriest, Jon . . Dewey, Gary . Dickerson, Charlotte Dillard, Donald . . Dodson, Julia . . Dollar, Ralph . Douglas, Charles Doyle, Mary Louise Dunnam, Mark . . . Edmiaston, John . Eley, Tom .... Elliott, Carol . . Elliott, Janis . Ellis, Michael . . Emberton, Jan . . England, Brenda . Esch, Phil .... Eskola, Glenn . . . . Hamburg . Conway . Conway . Conway . . Rector . . . Conway , . Bald Knob . . . Clinton Benton No. Little Rock . . . . Searcy . Morrilton , Charleston . . Conway . . . Searcy . Hot Springs . . Little Rock . . . Searcy . . Little Rock . Clarendon No. Little Rock . . . . Arsenal No. Little Rock . . . . Greenbrier Eubanks, Mary . Ezell, Barbara , . Fagan, Carol . Farley, Barbara . Fatchett, Chloe . . Faulk, Charles . Felts, Patricia . Fiddler, Chris Fields, Sheila . . Fischer, Susan . . . Freyaldenhoven, Carl Galloway, Wayne . Garrison, Janice K. Garrison, Linda . . Glenn, Jean . . Goad, Terry Gordon, Martha . Gordon, Maye . Gosha, Linda . Grace, Marsha . . Grimes, Paulette . Groom, Lou ..., Guenther, Nina s . . Guertin, Kenneth . No. Little Rock . . Perryville . Conway . . Conway . Potosi, Mo. No. Little Rock . . . . Parkin Vilonia . Little Rock . , Little Rock . . . Conway . . . Fort Smith . . . Conway . Laurel, Md. . Pottsville . . Benton . Newport . Newport . Carlisle . Pine Bluff . . . . Conway . Hot Springs . . . . Roland . Little Rock 1" wsa 12Ffi:7'we,y ffffiiiiffi, 5241, . '- r B :av ul 3' vi' 'Wvzw fx' at- f 175 176 JUNIORS Hackney, Joe . Hall, Gary . . . Hall, Ginger . . . Hamling, Charles . Harbour, Lottie . . Hargis, Joel . . . Harris, Charles . Harrison, James . . Harrison, Patricia Hartwick, Billy . . Harz, Robin . . Hawks, Jane . Hawks, Judi .... Hayes, Paula . . . Henderson, Bettianne Henderson, Ed . . Hendrickson, Jim . Hensley, Judy . . Hilliard, Brenda . . Hocott, Rod . . . Hoelzeman, Becky . . Hogan, Linda . . . Holder, Judy . . Holland, Randy . . . . . Carlisle No. Little Rock Alma . . Conway . Jacksonville . . Leslie . . . Oxford . . Little Rock . . . McCrory . . Greenbrier . Russellville . . Conway . . . Conway . Little Rock . . Greenbrier . . . . Paris . , . . Conway . . Damascus No. Little Rock . . Greenwood . . Morrilton . . . . Searcy . . . McCrory No. Little Rock Holt, Sandra . . Hooks, Shirley . . Hopper, Robin . . l-lousley, Janet . . Huddleston, James Huie, Sharon . . . Hulce, Leslie . . . Hurt, Jim .... James, William . . Jennings, Samuel . Jines, Bobby . . , Johns, Ruell . . . Johnson, Marcia . . Johnson, Rebecca . . . . . Greenbrier Johnston, Billy , . . . Johnston, Carolyn . . . . England . . . Crossett . . . Kensett . . . Berryville . . Little Rock . . . ..... Dumas . . . . . . Gravette De Valls Bluff . . . . Conway . Jacksonville . . . . Hot Springs West Memphis . . Pine Bluff . . . . Elaine . Little Rock ,wav 1? C9 Left: Guest speaker Sam Boyce, gu- bernatorial candidate, addresses Young Democrats at Banquet. 177 178 TJ' am, Q1 N.. JUNIORS Johnston, David Jolly, Lurene . Joyner, Becky Judkins, Cleetis Keene, Diane Keever, Roger Kehoe, Karlyn Kelly, Chuck . Kelley, Louis Kendall, Janice Kennedy, Larry Kidder, Steve Kilgore, Joe Kimbrell, Sharron . King, Kathy . Knight, Shirley Krajewski, Judy LaFevers, James . LaFevers, Judy Lambert, Herbert . Lane, James Langston, Terry Larkin, Johnny Laughter, Rosemary . . . , . . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . . Conway . . Cabot . Little Rock . Bee Branch . . . Conway . Little Rock . Little Rock Heber Springs . Little Rock . . . Malvern Hampton . . . . . Leslie . Mt. Vernon . Forrest City . . Fort Smith . . . . Viola . Carlisle . Conway . Conway . . El Dorado . . . . Hazen No. Little Rock Ledgerwood, Harlan Lee, Ella .... Lieblong, Sarah . Liles, Carolyn . Lindsay, Mary Flo Lindsey, Nancy C. Linn, Lloyd . . . Longing, Wayne . Lorenz, Darryl . . . Love, Linda .... Lynch, Danny . . Mabry, Suzie . . . Manchaca, Vickey Marshall, Tommy Martin, Gail . . , Martin, John . Massey, Roger Mathis, Jeanie . . . McBurnett, Jeanette McClure, Brenda . . McCoy, Darrell . McGuire, Mike .. . McKnight, George Mentgen, Bob . . . No. Little Rock . . ..... Timbo . Little Rock . . Drasco . . Newport . . . Sheridan Bee Branch . . Conway . . . . . Conway No. Little Rock Siloam Springs . . . . . Conway . Fort Smith . Little Rock Hot Springs . . Conway . Landis . Conway . . Redfield . Batesville . . . . Enola Thayer, Mo. . Little Rock . Little Rock 179 180 SCA College Choir and Little Symphony joined together to present annual Christmas concert. Q63 Meredith, Linda . Miller, Albert . . Mobley, I-Iarlon . Mobley, Jane . . Moore, Berry . . Moore, David . . Moore, Linda . . Nahlen, Fran . . Neighbors, Mike . Newkirk, Diane . Odum, Joy .... Orsini, Jim . . Ortega, Raymond Owen, Ellen . . . Owens, Ginger . . Pace, Cherye . . . . Cherry Valley . No. Little Rock .......Searcy . . . Conway North Little Rock . No. Little Rock ......Elaine . . . Conway . . . . Stuttgart . . . Hot Springs .....,..Cabot . No. Little Rock . No. Little Rock .......Conway . . . . Texarkana . . . Malvem Parnell, Floyd . Parris, Tommy . Parsons, Bruce . Partridge, Walter Patterson, Julia Payne, Donna . . . Payne, Phillip . Payne, Ralph . . Cotton Plant . . . . . . Hope . . . Benton . Stuttgart . . Lepanto . Little Rock . . Little Rock . Little Rock Peck, Gregory . . , . Little Rock Peerson, Lee . . Pemberton, Stephen Perry, Erla Mae Peterson, Diane . Peterson, Jackie Pickens, Sidney . Pierson, Hans . . Potter, Larry . Powell, Phyllis . Presley, Donald . Pringle, Randy . Pryor, Brenda . Rainbolt, Allen . Rainwater, Mary .... Redd, Valerie . . . . . . Fort Smith . . Dover, Del. . . Benton . . Little Rock . . . . Conway . . . . Norfork No. Little Rock Mission, Kansas No. Little Rock . . . Pangburn . . . Little Rock , . Greenwood . . . . Conway No. Little Rock No. Little Rock ,f ,X l lofi 631 'Quad 181 182 JUNIORS Reed, Ann . Reed, Cathy . . Reid, Vicki . . . Restum, Edward . Roberts, Kay ...., Robertson, J. B. . . Robinson, Judy ..... Robinson, Thomas F. . Rodgers, Suzanne . Rogers, Hollis . . . Rogers, Mary Kathryn Ross, Roger ...... Rutledge, Elaine . Sanders, Kay . . Saunders, Jerry . Schaefer, Judi . . Schisler, Margaret . Seale, Jerri .... Sharp, David . Sharrock, Mike . , Shaver, Anne . . . Sheffield, Dorothy . . Shepherd, Harold . . Shipp, Billy . . . . . . Concord No. Little Rock . . Pine Bluff . . . Bauxite . . . . . Conway . . . Fort Smith . . . Conway . . . Conway . Pine Bluff . . . Benton . . . Paris . . Paris Huff No. Little Rock . . Dardanelle . . Hot Springs . . . Weiner . Little Rock . Charleston . Conway . . Payneway . Lockport, Ill. . . . . Hollis . Conway Hickory Plains Short, Robert Shultz, Clifton Simon, Kay . . Simon, Theresa Smith, Brenda Smith, Donna Smith, Fred Smith Gary Smith, Jerry Smithers, Susan . . Smithson, Larry . . Southerland, Katherine Sowell, Virginia . . Spaulding, Jimmy . Spencer, Larry . . Stacks, Judy . . . Stacy, Kathy . Stanton, James . . Stanton, Kay . . . Stephens, Richard . Stewart, Dick ..... Stewart, Emogene . . Stobaugh, Sarah , . Strickland, Louis . . . . . Bigelow . . Helena . . Conway . . Conway . . Hot Springs . . .... Hot Springs No. Little Rock . . . Conway . . . . Benton Richmond, Cal. . . . . . Conway . . Mayflower . . Searcy . . Osceola . Bee Branch . . Quitman . . Conway . Greenbrier . . Hot Springs . . Norfork . . . Austin . , Morrilton . . . Lonoke 183 184 ip ,, .l gels-: N 'nm fl If,-mffmwz ,, , . www, w.w,,f,:, " 'wil slew, wimfsv X 11:5 as-, 1 - - is s ,- , 91 ,, -:. , iw .. Ar.. S 5 1 E.:-In-55-"'w'C,:: . JUNIORS Stripling, Richard . , .........Clinton Swan, Luann ..........,. Forest City Szczypien, Stephen . . East Rutherford, N.J. Taylor, Jim ..... Taylor, Lowell , . . Tays, Cleta .... Terrill, Jo ....... Thompson, Donald . . Thurman, Bobby Dale Treece, John ..... Turbeville, Joseph . . Van Meter, Billy . . . Vann, James . . . Vest, Nan ...... Von Kanel, Carol . . . Waddell, Barbara . . . Wallace, Ann . , . Wallace, Wayne . . . Walls, Pat ...... Warrington, Dick . . . Watkins, Lynda . . . Welch, Peggy . . . White, James . . . Wilf, Dennis . . . . . . No. Little Rock . . . . . Wilburn . . . . Fort Smith Eureka Springs . .... Little Rock Eureka Springs . . . . . . Leslie . . Little Rock . . . Charleston . . . . Conway . . . Fort Smith . . . . Lexa . . . Lonoke ........Gould No. Little Rock .--,..4DesArc West Memphis . , . Little Rock . . . Little Rock . . . . Little Rock Pleasant Plains Wilkes, Nancy , Williams, Connie Williams, Judy K. Williamson, Gary Wilson, Cragg . Wilson, George Wilson, Susan . .. Wise, Ruth . . Wofford, Wayne . Wood, Morris . Wood, Stephen . . . Woodward, Sandra Wyers Ralph . . Young, Joyce . . Young, Mildred Young, Patsy . . Young, Patty . Young, Thelma . . Little Rock . , . . Paris . Clarksville . Waldo . Centerville , . . . Conway . . . . Camden No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . . Floral Pleasant Plains . . . . . Conway . Mountain Top Clarksdale, Miss. . . . Perryville . . Rose Bud . Harrison . Rose Bud 185 186 SOPHGMORES l President Neal Anderson Vice President Bill Griffith Abbott, Toney . Adams, Danny . Adams, Dorothy . . Adams, Gretchen . , Adamson, Jackie Grimes Adcock, Mary .,.... Alexander, Charles . . . Allison, Carroll . Almond, Patricia . Ambort, Ernie . . Alexander, Carole .... Allen, Earl .... . . . Cabot . . . Benton . . . Compton St. Louis, Mo. No. Little Rock No. Little Rock Casa No. Little Rock Mountain Home . . . Carlisle . . Batesville . . Little Rock Anderson, Neal . Anderson, Ronnie Anthony, Keith . Arendall, Richard Arnold, Anne . Arnold, Danny . Bailey, Thomas . Bailey, Vikki . . Bain, Becky . . Baker, Chris . Baker, Kay . Barr, Winona . Baumgardner, Gene Beacham, Danny Beakley, Mary . . . Beard, James . Bell, Frances . Bennett, Ginger . Berryman, Angelia Besancon, Charles Beveliaque, John Bickerstaff, Joyce Birdwell, Frank . Bittle, Juanita . . Lonoke . Lonoke . . Conway . . Conway . Hot Springs . . . Sheridan No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . Little Rock Irving, Texas . . . . Clinton . . Malvern No. Little Rock . Hot Springs Walnut Ridge . . . Benton . . . . Vilonia . Holly Grove . . . Stuttgart No. Little Rock Helena Brinkley . Booneville . Quitman 187 188 SOPHOMORES Black, John . . . Boles, Mary . . . Bolls, Nancy . . Booth, Billy . . . Borengasser, Betty Bowling, John . . . Boyeskie, Ronald . Brainerd, John . . Branscum, Lorna . Breeden, Mary Lee Brewer, Judy .... . . Brewer, Mae . . Brewer, Sharon , . Brewton, John . . . Bridges, Mike . . . Brockinton, Shirley Brown, Danny . . Brown, Daryl . . . Brown, Gail . . Brown, Martin . . Brown, Pat . . Brown, Paul , . . Bryant, Mary . . Bunyard, Jim . . . . . Conway . . . England . . . Carlisle . . . Hazen ..,....FortSmith No. Little Rock . . . . . . . . Coy . . . Little Rock Mountain View . . . , . Conway . . . . . Conway . Mount Vernon . . . Berryville . . Jacksonville . . . Leachville No. Little Rock . . . Floral . . , . Floral . . . Greenwood . . . Holly Grove . . . . Stuttgart No. Little Rock . . . . Pine Bluff . . . Perryville Burks, William . Burleson, Verna . Burns, Jim . . . Burns, Marie . . Burris, Rick . . , Burton, Barbara . Burton, Jo Ann . . Callans, Robert . . Canada, Gary . . . Casto, Maria . Cathey, Gloria . , Cerrato, Carl . Chambers, Linda . Champion, Charlotte Choate, Garth .... Chrisman, Barbara Chronister, Ruth . Clark, Betty Jo . . Clark, Robert . Claypool, Sue . . Clendenin, Harrell Clinger, Carol Donice Clinger, David . . . Clinton, Dick . . No. Little Rock . . . . Drasco . . Little Rock . El Dorado . Little Rock C . . Benton . . Conway . . Conway . . . England . . Little Rock Heber Springs No. Little Rock . Little Rock . . . . . Cabot . . Little Rock . Pine Bluff . . . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . Sheridan . Springdale . . . . Conway No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Little Rock 189 190 SOPHOMORES Cockrum, Cynthia . Coffman, Suzy . Cohen, Marcia . Cole, Kay . . Colebank, Jo Ann . Colgrove, James . Cook, Paul .... Cooper, Leslie . Cothren, Woody . Coulter, David . . . Courtenay, Charles Cowger, Pat . . . Crabtree, Carol Ann Cralle, Karen . . Cranford, Denny . . Crawford, Linda , Crawford, Vickie . Creek, Steve . Crow, Donna . . Crow, Martha . . Crowder, Martha . Crowder, Susie . Culp, Wanda . . Culver, Nina No. Little Rock . . . . Clinton . Griffithville . Bald Knob . . . Kensett . . . . Benton No. Little Rock . . . Newport . . . . Higden No. Little Rock . Hot Springs . . . Danville . Little Rock . Harrison . Little Rock . . . . Paris . . Alexander . . Springdale No. Little Rock . . . Brinkley . Perryville . . El Dorado . . Rison . Benton Curry, Jack ....... No. Little Rock Davidson, Carl Wayne ..... Parkin Davis, B. J. .......... Malvern Davis, Dannie . . . . Argus, Calif. Dean, Rebecca Ann ...... Pine Bluff Dennis, Bill . . . Dickey, Dorothy Dixon, Diane . Dollar, Earlene . Doolos, John . . Drake, Barbara , Duff, Pat .. Duke, Barbara . . Duncan, Dan . . Duncan, Donna . Duncan, Linda . . Dunigan, Pat . . Dunn, Arthur . . Earney, Steve . . Edmondson, Sherry Edmonson, Fredia Edwards, Pamela Elam, Robert . Ellis, Paul . . Oklahoma City, Okla. . . . Mesquite, Tex. . . Melbourne . . Heber Springs . . . . Conway . Fort Smith . Plurnmerville . . No. Little Rock . Little Rock . . . Blytheville . No. Little Rock . Little Rock . . . Bradford . . . . Dermott . . . No. Little Rock . . Danville . . Quitman . . Scotland . Little Rock 191 192 155- ,f 'T' ,va-.e SOPHOMORES Etzkorn, Danny Evans, Eleanor . Everett, Jerry . Falcinelli, Patrick Feagin, Linda . Ferguson, Paula Ferren, Lanai . Finch, Emmett Firestone, Sandra Fisher, Mike . Fisher, Roy . . Fitch, Sally . Flory, John . . Floyd, Chaney Floyd, Steve . . Flynn, Bobbie . Ford, Bob . . . Fore, Robert W. Fort, Donna . Fortner, Mary . Fortson, La Verne Fox, T. Thomas . ..... Hot Springs . . . No. Little Rock . . . . . Little Rock . . . . . Searcy . Bald Knob . Little Rock . . Kinsett . Little Rock . . . . No. Little Rock Wynne . Little Rock . Huntsville . . . Lonoke . . . . . . . . Nashville Granada Hills, Cal. . ....... Carlisle . . Eudora . . .... McCrory . . . . . Warren . . Tallapoosa, Mo. . . . . No. Little Rock . . . No. Little Rock Franz, Myra . . . . . No. Little Rock Freeman, Karen . . . . England Fuller, Larry . Futrell, Kathy . Gadberry, Lowell Galloway, Sylvia George, Billie Kay George, Linda . . Gipson, Jean . Gleason, Georgia Goff, Patsy . Gordon, Sara . . Grable, Jerry ., Graves, Mary Alice Green, Gary .... Green, Glenda Kay Green, Johnny . Greenlee, Judy . . Heber Springs . ..... Brinkley No. Little Rock . . . Clarksville No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Brinkley . . Little Rock . Beebe . . . Hope . . . Conway . . Fort Smith . . Conway . . Pine Bluff . . . Parkin . . El Dorado .vi is L Left: Dr. Cecil Garrison demon- strates video-taping of the new audio- visual equipment in block courses and speech classes. 193 194 SOPHOMORES Greenwald, Jim . Gregory, Gene . . Griffith, Bill . Grubbs, Nancy . . Gruber, David . . Grummer, Joe . . Gulledge, Joseph . Gunter, Elaine . Hadley, Valdean . . . Haggard, Darrell . . Hagood, Bill . . . Hairston, Jerrie Sue Halbrook, James . Hall, Diane .... Hallmark, Glenda . Hambuchen, Sharon Harbour, Judi . Hardin, Susan . . . Hardy, Francine . Hargis, James Harrell, Sharon . Harrelson, Sandy . Harris, Susan . . Hartwick, Barbara . No. Little Rock Chester, So. Car. . . Green Forest . No. Little Rock . . Heber Springs . . . Conway . Conway . Hope Southwest City, Mo. ,..,.. England Reyno . . . Lonoke . . . . Conway . . . Damascus . . , No. Little Rock Conway . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . Little Rock . Morrilton . Mayflower . Jacksonville . . . . . Benton . . No. Little Rock Harvill, Mary Hawkins, Clinton Hayes, Cynthia Heavener, Sue . Henry, Joyce . . Henson, Kathy . Henthorne, Terry Hiett, Dennis . . Hiett, Ginger . . Hill, Emily . . . Hogan, Martha Hollowell, Tommy Holt, Shirley . Hooten, Jimmie Howell, Becky . Howey, Marion Howland, Jeannie Huber, Felice . . . Hudgens, Kenny Hudson, James Hulsey, Peggy . Hunter, Ronald Ingram, Mary . Ivey, Pat . . . . ..... Rison Heber Springs . . . Brinkley . . . Des Arc . . . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . . Benton No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Springfield . . Marianna No. Little Rock . Des Arc . . Shirley . Van Buren . Pine Bluff . . Pine Bluff . . . . Elaine No. Little Rock . . Huntsville . . Lonoke . Little Rock . Des Arc . Danville 3 'vw S...- K . ,..-nv, af 41-5 195 SOPHOMORES Jacobs, Linda James, Larry Jameson, Gary Jarolim, Annette Jarolim, Carol Jean, Sally Jo . Jeffery, Jane . Jeffery, Jerald Jeffries, Sally Johnson, Ann . Johnson, Jim . Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Paul C. Johnson, Sue . . . . Jones, Brenda Jones, Kathy . Jones, Marilyn Jones, Marsha Jordan, Pat . Joyner, Jane . . . Jucas, John . Keeter, Alvin Keeter, Kerry . Little Rock . . . . Searcy . Pine Bluff . Conway . . Conway . . El Dorado . Fort Smith . . Boswell . McCrory . . Greenbrier . . Little Rock . Yellville No. Little Rock Ward No. Little Rock . . Morrilton . Little Rock . . . Rogers . Little Rock . Hattieville West Memphis . Hot Springs . Yellville . Yellville Killion, Nancy . King, Carolyn . . King, Dean . King, Karla . King, Mary Ann Kinsey, Sydnie . . Kirby, Janet . . Kirby, Susan . Knox, Dennis Krievans, Velta Lackner, Cheryl Lankford, Jean Lawrence, Leighton . Lea, Janette . . Leavel, Calvin . Lee, John . . . Lee, Sharon K. Lemley, Charles Lendermon, Betty Ligon, Jan .... Lindley, Wayne Lincoln, Dwight Lindsey, Nancy J. . Linebarger, Jerry No. Little Rock No. Little Rock , . . . Conway . . . Paragould . . Pottsville . . Hot Spring . . Jacksonville Cherokee Village . Berryville . . Tuckerman . . Little Rock . Greenbrier . Landis . . Conway . Morrilton . Alexander . . . Damascus . . Russellville No, Little Rock . . Little Rock Clarendon . . Widener . Sheridan . Morrilton 'U' 998 197 198 SOPHOMORES Linn, Judy .... Lipsmeyer, Paul Long, Phillip . . Lovell, Ruth . Lovell, Teresa . . Magness, Donna Mahan, Lawrence Mainord, Nancy Marshall, Brenda Martin, Betty .. . Martin, James . Martin, Sherry Mask, Hubert . Mattingly, Nancy McCallister, Linda McCarty, Patricia McCracken, Sue McCrotty, Denny McCurley, Linda McElduff, Janet McGinty, Maudie McGuire, Pam . McKinney, Tom McKnight, Cathy . Damascus . Bigelow . Newport . . Clinton . Pine Bluff . . . Harrison . Little Rock . . Conway . No. Little Rock . . . . . Brinkley Downers Grove, Ill. Hazen . . Carlisle . Little Rock . Hanover Higdon . Stuttgart . . Yellville . Holly Grove . . . Wynne . Conway . . Dardanelle . Fort Smith . . Marianna McMillan, Betty . McSpadden, Janis Meadors, Allen . Melton, Louis . Mentgen, Julie . Merritt, Bill . Meyer, Sharon .. . Miesner, Linda Miller, Diane . . Miller, Kay Marie Miller, Ronald . Minton, Linda . Mitchell, Louis . Mitchusson, Margie Mode, Gregory . . Moffett, Bobbi . Moix, Raymond . Monroe, Ducarrol Montgomery, Stan Moore, Annabelle Moore, Eddie . Moore, Gary . . Morehead, Robert Mork, Candy . . No. Little Rock Batesville . Van Buren . Pyatt . Little Rock . . Clarksville No. Little Rock . . Charleston No. Little Rock . . . . De Witt . . Perryville . Conway . Conway . Widener . Conway . Conway . . . . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . . Newport . . Harrison . 'Conway . Morrilton . . . Benton . Little Rock 2OO One of the hardest working groups, the SCA band always backs the Bears with pep. av-Q Q 1+-fi fi. 'mv ,p,1.,f K ,saasf SOPHOMORES Morrow, Marsha . Moss, Pat ..... Musgrove, Jody . . . Nahlen, Frank . . Nash, Charles . . . Newcomb, Brett . Newland, Deanna Newman, Nancy . Nichols, Hartselle Nincehelser, Carol Nusko, Ann .... 0'Dell, Grace . . Ogdon, Janice . . Olds, Connie . . . Osborne, Fred . . Ott, Alice .... . . Little Rock . . Morrilton . . . Charleston . . . Conway . . . . Heber Springs No. Little Rock .......Sage . . . Morrilton . . . . Conway . . Fort Smith . . Hot Springs . . Little Rock . . . Mayflower No. Little Rock . . Little Rock . . Hot Springs Parish, Bert . . Parris, Tommy Peacock, Janet . Penny, Danny . Penrod, Patricia Prince, Jim . . Proffitt, John . Puckett, Larry . Rakes, Annette . Ramoly, Sue . . Ramsey, Paul . Rau, Robert . . . Reade, Harriet Redding, Lynda . Redfern, Jean . Reginelli, Carol Restum, Gamelia Reveley, Johnnie Reynolds, Donna . Richardson, Jannis . . Damascus . . . . . . Hope . ..... Bald Knob No. Little Rock . . .... Greenbrier No, Little Rock Pierpaoli, Betty . . . . . . . Jacksonville .. Oxford . Little Rock . Bentonville . Little Rock . . . Beebe Wauwatosa, Wise. . ........ Leslie . . . . McRae . . Little Rock . Marion . . . . Bauxite . . ....... Ward No. Little Rock . . . . . . Alexander Riddle, Pat .... . , No. Little Rock Ridings, Brenda . . . . No. Little Rock Rieke, Janet . . ....... Hazen s is 3 201 202 SCPHOMORES Riffey, Paula Rivers, Donald Robb, Carolyn . Roberson, Jackie Roberts Roberts Roberts, Roberts, Barbara Betty David Jeanne Robertson, Alton Robinson, Jeff Robison, Lavern Sabo, Beverly Ann . Sadler, Susie . . Schafer, Cindy Schleifer, Rod . Schmidt, Linda . . Schuburg, Linda Schwendemann, N Scott, Mary . . Selig, Susan . Jerri . . Shaw, Gary . . Shell, Ann . . . Shipman, Carolyn Shastid, ancy . . Wheatley . . Pine Bluff Siloam Springs ..... Searcy . Scott . . Searcy . . . Conway . Hot Springs . . . Conway . . . . . . Ola . Forrest City . . . . Benton No. Little Rock . . . . Lonoke No. Little Rock . . Little Rock . . . Batesville . . . Franklin . Little Rock . Conway , . . . . Ozark . . . . Augusta No. Little Rock . . Pine Bluff Shirron, Phil . Shivey, Janet Shrader, Ronnie Skinner, Larry Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Hal . Jerral . Robert Sandra . Smith, Sherry . Sparks, Jacquelyn Sparks, James Speer, Pansy . Spencer, Jo . . Starkey, Terry . Stephens, Donna Stephens, Peggy Stevens, Gayle . Stevens, Steve Stewart, Ann . Street, Rebecca Strickland, Robert . Stricklen, Cheryl Studstill, Susan Sturtz, Elwood . . Sheridan Batesville . . Jacksonville Willingboro, N. J. .. Bee Branch No. Little Rock . . . . . Malvern . . Leslie . . . . Hoxie . . Bentonville . . . Hazen . Alexander . . Hamburg . . Conway . . Conway . . Enola . . Mt. View . Osceola . . Conway . Cave City Clinton . Harrison . . Dumas . . Vilonia 204 ,M ew..-. Q5 wwe si' 'Sv f'f3Z G33 viii SOPHOMORES Stutts, Becky . . Swain, Twila . Taylor, Vitula . Teague, Pat . Teeter, Katherine Thessing, Ronnie 'l'hirion, Pat . . Thomas, Rebecca Thomas, Ronnie Thomason, Thomas Thompson, Charles Thompson, John . Thompson, Kathy Thompson, Peggy Thompson, Richard Thurman, Jim . . Tillery, Wayne . Tilley, James . Tipton, Sharon . Townsley, John Traylor, Paulette Treat, Gary . . Tucker, Connie Tucker, John . . Wynne . Searcy . . Hazen . Mt. View . . Pottsville . . . . Conway No. Little Rock .. Plumerville . . ..... Gassville . . Hot Springs Fall Church, Va. , . Little Rock . , . Little Rock Conway No. Little Rock Flat River, Mo. . Harrisburg . . Marshall . Forrest City . Jacksonville .. Jacksonville . . Clinton . Helena . Pyatt Turbeville, Norma C. . Turner, Donna . . Tuttle, Jan . . Tyler, Janie Ussery, Betty . Vance, Carolyn . Vance, Patty . . Vasilos, James . . Venable, Susan .. Victory, Billie Jean Vinson, Gary ...., Wagner, Henrietta Waits, Ken . . . Wald, Tom Ray . . Walden, Roy . Walderns, Judy . . Waldron, Bill . . Walker, Dale . . Walker, Gail . . Walker, Sara . . Waller, Johnisue . Walls, Carol . Walls, Sharon Walls, Travis . . . . Little Rock . Little Rock . Fort Smith , . Conway . . . Little Rock . . . . Des Arc Wheat Ridge, Cal. . . . Hot Springs . . . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Little Rock . . Little Rock . . Damascus . . Charleston . . . Cabot . Woodson . Pine Bluff . Pine Bluff . Pine Bluff . Glenwood . Pine Bluff . . Searcy . Benton . Benton ie-v" L fc., - ' :xl . ,L 3 A mf? en, J 205 206 SQPHOMGRES Ward, Anita . . . . Morrilton Ward, Linda B. . . . Morrilton Ward, Linda G. ...... No. Little Rock Watson, Larry R. . . . Sheridan Watson, Larry T. . . . Lonoke Watson, Ray . . . . . St, Charles Webb, Wanda . . , . Searcy Wellman, Larry . Wells, Patsy A. . . Little Rock . Little Rock Wells, Richard . . . . Little Rock West, Diana . . . . Westerfield, John Westerfield, Paul Wherry, Donald White, Gary . . White, R. Karen Whitley, Phyllis Whitley, Ruth Ann Wickersham, Mike Wilkerson, David Wilkins, Henry Willbanks, Pat Williams, Angela Williams, Judy . . . Bradford No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . McCrory . Conway . Conway . . . Conway . Little Rock , Yellville . Pangburn Searcy . . Elaine . Corning . Everton Williams, Kathleen Williams, Ronnie Wilson, Harold . Windle, Robert . Wirt, Marty . . Wise, Pat .... Wisehart, James Wittman, Lucinda Womack, Bobby Wooley, Joan . . Woosley, Keith . . Wren, Donald Greg Wright, Lynn .... Wyatt, Mary Ruth Young, Jean .... Young, Jerry . . Yount, Betty . . . Zimmerman, Alice . . Hattieville . Berryville . Conway . Perryville No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Little Rock . . Stuttgart . Cabot . Conway . . . . Searcy . . Little Rock . . Smackover . . . Augusta . Pine Bluff . Harrison . Little Rock .. Sheridan 'Q' Nm... 207 208 FRESI-IMEN President Jerrell Barnes Vice President Terry Hartwick Ackerman, Connie . , . . . Adams, Wesley . . Albaugh, Tom . . . . Aldridge, Cindy . . Allen, Marilyn . . Allen, Phil .... Allen, Vicki .... Almond, Holly . . . . . Mountain View . . . . Marianna . . Hot Springs . . , Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Holly Grove Anderson, Jane . . . .... Pine Bluff Anderson, Timothy Anderson, William . . . . , Apple, Marshall . . . No. Little Rock . . Little Rock . . . . Marianna Archer, Patsy Arendall, Evelyn Arnold, John . Ashby, Lee Ashby, Tommy Aslin, Eddie . Atkinson, Phil , Ault, Linda . . Ault, Nancy .. Ausbrooks, Cindy Bailey, Charles Bailey, Debra Baker, Baker Baker Baker Larry Mary . Richard Wanda Baldridge, Betty Ball, Gloria . Ballard, Glenn Bangs, Randy . Banks, Becky . . Wright . Conway . Warren . Augusta . Hughes . . . . . Hope . Little Rock . McGehee . Little Rock . . Mayflower No. Little Rock . Jacksonville . Elizabeth . . ' Cash . Conway . Ward Shreveport, La. . . . England . . . . Benton Mountain View Cotton Plant Barker, Odis ........,. Benton Barnes, James Edward . . Bassett Bamett, Ann ....... , , Benton fw- fv3 'Z' .f N -pq., Sum SW, ef' , -.4- A4 1 , fi -M - Q'?'f0'1p .,,,,, 209 210 A1 V 'W72T7r5"1fKz'1? 2521! H':g??ffi?i?f'1z:':fT5-"Sl'ESQ'?v,li5'tv2iH5?93f5 V - - ,, -Q,sfsg:..3w:1Qf,z'-'Mei 155+ 3 , W fg7sffiifm31:iffzvg fr 'afgagffszszkgfl-:1sygf - I ?fag?g2ffffQzgf5i71ff f +, sisvlggxggizmgg ,f J as 1 - 1 , i P- QfaiQ?1f2e:,2,z,r :Z , is' ty ' " ,. Sisiezzip Bi ff Fafmgii 3fqeee,,y,s1s , a ws -Mac-,'-: .5-it 5iB3iiK?1i73?if15 , . sxegm ax,,,a,,M Y , . , ,,wg,,?.xx I, AJS exft A F53 MW - .- ar fe 4 I eil its 'li ,fi'i54,f . Gif-if 419 ,Ay,,g War Aigjfli Ri Www Q ,fr P, K illigaw Wife f . FRES Barrow, David . Bass, Becky . . Bass, Millie . Baswell, Ramona Beard, Leroy .. Bearrentine, Joe Beavers, Fletcher Belford, Jayne . Bellamy, Dorothy Bellinger, Ray Benson, Priscilla Berch, Sue .. Berry, Janet . Betenbough, Jean Beyer, Doug . . Birdsong, Gary . Bishop, Larry . . Bishop, Mary .. Black, Louise . Blakely, Kathleen Bland, Beverly . Bland, Preston . Bland, Sheila . Blasdell, Earl . HMEN . . . Waldron . . Little Rock . . . . . Vilonia . . . . Jonesboro . , Clarendon . . Pine Bluff . . . , Clinton . . Little Rock . . . . Cabot . .... Shirley . . . Little Rock . Fort Smith . . . Hardy . .... Dennard . .... Little Rock . . No. Little Rock . . No. Little Rock Wilson . . . Conway . . . . Malvern . . . Morrilton . . . . . Paragould . No. Little Rock . . . Yellville Bledsoe, Harriet Blevins, Brenda Blount, Cynthia Blume, Jackie Boast, Wendell Boever, Dick . Bolt, Laverne Bonds, Elaine Bonds, Kay . . Bonds, Maurice Booles, ,Harold Borengasser, Bill Bostic, Danny . Bottorff, William Boullioun, Deen Bouyear, Pam . Bowling, Bonnie Boyeskie, John Bradley, John . Brady, Don . Bragg, Ronnie Brain, Bruce , Brandon, Tommy Brannan, Bill , . . Pine Bluff . . Springdale No. Little Rock Heber Spring . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . De Queen . , Shirley . Clinton . . . Shirley . . Crossett . Fort Smith No. Little Rock . . Fort Smith . Little Rock Eureka Springs Western Grove . . . . . Coy . Morrilton . Havana . . . . Benton Little Rock . . . . Searcy . Conway 211 212 J, '12 X.. Y""'7" 137' 2f:"llZi71RIQ?ifW25iiWfP2Zei2f Z.:-5' X1 z :.1f,-aint, f 1 -A www spasm ..: .ws ami Mm ,sm W FRESHMEN Brannon, Pat . . Branscum, Karon Bratcher, Larry . Breazeal, Pam . . Breeden, Jimmy Brewer, Bobby Brewer, Elizabeth Brightop, Gayle . Briley, Rama Sue Brinkley, Keith . Brockington, Kyle Broderson, Gary . Brower, Dianna . Brown, Anita . Brown, Becky . . Brown, Betty . . Brown, Eddy . Brown, Larry Brown, Teresa . Brown, Virginia Bryles, Brenda . . Bufford, Joseph Burleson, James . . Morrilton Mountain View No. Little Rock . Hot Springs . . Conway . . Norphlet . Fords, N.J. . Little Rock . . . . Vilonia No. Little Rock No. Little Rock Newton, Iowa . . Little Rock . . . Pine Bluff No. Little Rock . . . . Shirley . Jacksonville . . . Oxford . Little Rock . Perryville . Pine Bluff . Drasco Carlisle Burleson, Mary Ellen .. . Yellville Burns, Betty Ann . . . Burns, Judy ..., Burroughs, Ronnie Bush, Irma .... Bush, Richard . . . Butler, Dorothy . . Butler, Jim . . . Byrd, Nina . . Calhoun, Rick . . Cameron, Roger . Camp, James . . . Campbell, Connie . . . . Canada, Ronnie . . Caple, Robert . . . Cardwell, Gloria . Carleton, Perry . . . . Little Rock . . . . Morrilton Mountain View . . . . . Conway . . Little Rock . . Tuckerman , . Jacksonville . . . Newport , . . Morrilton . . Pine Bluff . . . . Stuttgart . . West Helena . . . . . Osceola No. Little Rock . . . . Stuttgart . . Little Rock ,rings:f51E:5:::::',.::-,. 5, M: 5 ,V , SE -:' 'tl' r M255 sl A A ,wwe , gwkmmla. an wmgtm 7fwf,,Af2w4f,mmf X eww -'E5f'llit"?'a535lEE?1E 1 11 nf Q-mzefe 15:41 menewmz ,1 ,1. Mmm ff: :,w,f1mf1mv -"il H511 i9EL3f'l!5 I .,,,,, ,, , V if aa 3. A ' 9 H S asks W , Jw' 9? KWH? 235 ,, 5332?-an in s- 2 S 'HW ag t E iff? .lt . . A 4 Q ll, 'V f, is . . I " ev va M ,353 Like their fellow upperclassmen, freshmen found the business office always willing to take their money. 213 214 FRESHMEN Carlson, Linda . Carlson, Robert . Carmichael, Bill Carmichael, Buddy Carpenter, Carolyn Carrigan, Sue . Carroll, Katherine Carter, James . Carter, Jimmy Carter, Richard . Case, David . . . Castleberry, Robert Cato, Lennie . Cazer, Jim . . Chandler, James Cherry, John . . . Childs, Harry . . Chism, Delene . Chrestman, Gay . Chronister, Joyce Ciliberti, Becky . Clark, Dick . Clark, Helen , Clark, James . . . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . . Conway . Bentonville . Little Rock . . . Cabot . Benton . Conway . . Carlisle . Little Rock Mabelvale .. . Des Arc Plumerville . Carlisle . Marianna . Little Rock . . Hot Springs . . . Plumerville No. Little Rock . .... Conway . Little Rock . . . Berryville . . , Bald Knob No. Little Rock Clark, Jimmy . Clary, Becky . Clay, Patty . . Claypool, Bonnie Clement, Sherry Clement, Susan Clements, Larry Clements, Linda Clingings, Larry Coakley, Kathy Coatney, John Cochran, Billy Cohen, Ronald . . . . Coker, Robert Colclasure, Dale Cole, Coy . . Colebank, Pat Collier, Tommie Combs, Larry Conner, Carol Cook, Frances . Cook, Jackie . . Cook, Jo Ann . Cook, Joyce . . Little Rock . Star City . . . Casa . . Springdale . . Fordyce . Mabelvale . . Harrisburg Cherry Valley . . . Harriet . Hot Springs Fayetteville . Crossett No. Little Rock . . . . Austin Carlisle . Harrison . . Kensett . . Newport . England . Conway No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Little Rock No. Little Rock ,,'f'...-f':,"'f-42 ' 215 FRESHMEN Cooper, Linda . . . Cope, Mary Parker Cordell, Karen , . . . . Corley, Cathy . . . Cotter, David ..,. Coverdill, Diane , . Cowan, Jane .... Cowell, Eddie . , Crockette, Glynda . Crosswhite, Roy . . Crump, Sue ..... Culpepper, Jimmy . Cummings, Dana Marie . . . Cummings, Geraldine . , Cunningham, Susan . . . Cupp, Carol ...... - . Melbourne . . . . . Paris . . Little Rock . . . .Monroe No. Little Rock . . . Altheimer . . . . Morrilton Mountain View . . . Humnoke . . Bentonville . . . . Fort Smith . . . Pine Bluff . . Little Rock . . , . Conway . . . Pine Bluff . . . Morrilton Dabbs, Phillip .. Darnell, James . . . Darwin, Bill ,.... Daugherty, Patricia Davis Davis Davis, Davis Judy . Kaye . . Mike . William . Dayer, Raymond , Dean, Sherry . . . Dearmore, Jacquelyn DeBusk, Dennis ..... DeJarnett, Barbara DeMetz, Libby . Dennie, Keith . DeSalvo, Jan . Dickens, Bernita . . . Dickerson, Barbara Dickerson, Brenda . Diedrich, Jeanne . . Dietrich, Jim . Differding, David . Dillon, Barbara . Disbrow, Freda . , . . . Wynne . . West Helena . St. Charles . Conway . . . . Floral . . Little Rock . Berryville Floral . Conway . . . Conway . . . . Yellville . Heber Springs . . Little Rock . . Springdale . . Little Rock . . Marianna . Green Forest . . . . Benton West Memphis No. Little Rock . . . . Benton Indianapolis, Ind. . . Hot Springs . Little Rock 'ffgh 1' flip 1' 1 -Z , , ,, IJ rdf K 217 FRESHMEN Dollar, Sherry . Dorsett, Ann . Doster, Judy . . Douglass, Teddy Dow, Rae Jean Drew, Roy . . . Duffy, Roger . Dupuy, Raymond Duran, Sue . . Durrett, Vicki . Eagle, Dana . . Eaton, Sandy . No. Little Rock . . Pine Bluff . Little Rock , Conway . . Conway . Newport . Yellville . Gillett .. Conway . Jacksonville . Little Rock Clifton, Tex. Edgar, Brenda . . . . Little Rock Edings, George Edwards, Sara Eifling, Don . Elam, Danny . . Elliott, Elizabeth Elliott, Laura . Epperson, Betsy Epperson, Charles Erion, Suzanne Estes, Mary . Ethridge, Mary . . . Joiner Searcy . Grady . . Scotland . . Little Rock . Hot Springs . Fort Smith . . . . Little Rock . Little Rock . Morrilton . Brinkley Etter, Roberta . . Evans, James .. Evans, Jeannie . Evans, John . Evans, Reuben . . Everett, Curren Fancher, Terry Farmer, Claudia Farris, Fleeta . . Felts, Tommy . . . Fields, Gary Don Fillingham, Shirley Finton, Linda . Firstbrook, Carl Fishback, Joe . . Fisher, Carl . Flanagan, Nancy Foreman, Jimmy Forsyth, Becky . . Fortner, Janiel . Fortner, Jerry . Foster, Laura . . Little Rock . . . . Clinton . Little Rock Rossville, Ind. . . Little Rock . Oxford . . . Rule . Berryville No. Little Rock . . . Des Arc . . Benton . . Harrison . , . Clinton . . . l-ligden No. Little Rock Cotton Plant . . Pine Bluff Flake, Jo Dean . . . . . Charleston Folkner, Larry . . . Brinkley . England . . Little Rock . . . Conway . Pine Bluff Mountain View 219 220 QQ Qxfiihf M. 1 5 f , ,apn- FRESHMEN Freeman, Norman Freyaldenhoven, Kay Fry, Veleta ..... Fultz, Joyce . . Funderburk, Ronnie Gadberry, Donna . . Gammel, Pat . . Gardial, Jackie . Gardner, Virginia . Garner, Barbara . . Garner, David . Garner, Lynda . Garrett, .Timmy . Garrick, Marty . . . Garrison, Janice M. Gaston, Jonathan . Gatewood, Walter . Gay, Sharon . . Gentry, Donnie Gibbs, Marsha . . Gilbert, Camille Gilleland, Jane . . Glover, Kay . Goad, Rebecca . . . . Camp . . . . Conway . . . Little Rock .., Rule No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Sheridan . . Pine Bluff No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Hensley . Little Rock . . Benton . . . Little Rock .. Marshall . . El Dorado No. Little Rock . . Batesville . . . Haynes . Hot Springs Colt . . Little Rock . . . Conway Walnut Ridge Golleher, Joe . . Goode, Nancy . . Goodwin, Roddy . . . . Gore, Stella . . . Gorman, Ronnie , . . . . . Govar, Kenneth Grady, Frankie . Graddy, Jerry . . Graham, Maurice Gray, Charles . . Gray, John .... Greenelsh, Lois . Greening, Louene Griffis, Bobby . . Griffith, Randy . Griffith, Ronnie . . . . Carlisle . . . . Lonoke . . . . . Crossett . . Cotton Plant No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . Clarendon . . . . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . Little Rock No. Little Rock West Memphis . . Fort Smith . . . . . Bauxite No. Little Rock No. Little Rock Q-uf' 'Ir 'xx f'Y,LY"' Q As Christmas drew near, freshmen found that tinsel and warm friendships had a special meaning for those away from home. 221 222 -,Q 'RJR .,.-t . . . .1 '1.1".. .ff n. Q-t.:A w if 'ol N' K FRESHMEN Groblebe, James . Groom, Merideth Gruber, Deborah . Grummer, Catherine Grummer, Larry Guess, Sandra . Guiltner, Jay . , . Gustafson, Phillip Guthrie, Mike . Guynn, Ralph . Hain, Taffy . . . Halbrook, Linda Hall, Bill . . Hall, Debbie . Hall, Glenda . Hambric, Jo . Hambuchen, Linda Hammack, Donna . Hamot, Jerry . . . Hancock, Dale . Hanson, Janet . Harber, Joanna . Hargett, Mickey . Harness, Carolyn Eureka Springs . . Morrilton Heber Springs . . . Conway . Conway . . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . Jacksonville Humbolt, Tenn, . . . . . Harrison . . Little Rock . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . Little Rock . Jacksonville . . Fort Smith . . . . Conway No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . Crossett . . Gillett . . Wiseman . . Little Rock . . . Clinton Harper, Mary . Harris, Carolyn Harris, Kathy . Harris, Paul . Harrison, Janet Harrison, Robyn Harvey, Wesley Hastings, Barbara Hauser, Jeannie Havens, Don . . Hawkins, Doug Hawkins, Pat . . Hay, Henry . . Haynie, Jimmy . Hefner, Willis Hendrix, Ouida Hennis, Jerry . . Henry, Brenda Henry, Jo Ann Henshall, Larita Hensley, Armon Herida, John . Heslep, Jerry Hester, Carol . . Sheridan . .. Benton Cabot No. Little Rock . . . McCrory . . Little Rock . Marianna . . Little Rock Vilonia . . Conway Benton . . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Little Rock . . . Clinton . Jonesboro No. Little Rock . . .... Conway . . . Benton . . . . Little Rock . Clinton . Conway . . Vilonia . Fort Smith -Q Help... 223 224 ,. i i Lines became a major problem to students as they waited for registration, room and board, meals, and the telephone. M. 'V ,ar "v LwWwi,g3g,,wr,,, 44 1 ifoz my , MTM w ma ,y ' Lf- mwah: f f,o,,.,,l, ,-,:- -, Mila ga Q, , , 5 'J '-'sw ff' swf as 1 r, 'W rm, sf flf ww , FRESHMEN Hicks, Edward . . . High, Tom ....,. Hightower, Eugene . Hill, Bobby ..... Hill, Jane . , Hill, John . . . Hill, Sam ..... Hillyard, Larry , . Hines, Phyllis . . . Hinkle, Andi . . . Hinkle, Jim . . Hinkle, Sandi . . Hipp, Ernie ..... Hockensmith, David Hodge, Judy . . -. , . Hoffman, Doris . . . Holly Grove . . Berryville . . Perryville . . . Hazen . . . Lonoke . . . Joiner . . . Searcy . . . Hazen . . . Pine Bluff . . Greenbrier Mountain View . . Greenbrier . ..... Prim . . Little Rock . . . Clarendon . , . . Vilonia Hogue, Betsy . Holden, Donnie . Holladay, Darrell Holland, Mike . . Holland, Willis . Holler, Carl . . . Holloman, Willis Holloway, Sue . Holt, Brenda . . Hooks, Beverly Hooten, Teddie Hoover, Donna . Hopkins, Carol . Horne, Nan . . . Horton, Darrell . Houston, Frieda Howey, Cheryl . . Howland, J. B. . Hubbell, Billy . Huddleston, James Hudson, Tommy Huggins, Bill .. Huggins, Debbie . . Hughes, John .... . Morrilton . . . . . Pine Bluff . . Little Rock No. Little Rock , . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Carlisle . Conway No. Little Rock , . . . Shirley . . . Shirley . . Little Rock . . Little Rock . . Morrilton . . Plumerville . Forrest City . Pine Bluff . Pine Bluff . . . Grady . . Plumerville . . Benton . . . . Shirley . . Cotton Plant . . . Little Rock We ":IIiH!' . .- m:--a ""ilfI iefi ia 'f J HE SSEZEQQIAQ f . 5 5 f W i ,- iezlfaf,-Vrzwe,-mm 'W I. 1... , .4-jj""' gs- V233- -efa," - fgzf' ,,. ' -r 22,sQgge,5ggegjf1z,k jmvx ,s .f ....' '55 T -ef' 1 225 FRESHMEN Hula, Melva . . Hunkapiller, Linda Hunter, Morris Husky, Terry . Hutchings, Charles Ingram, Mary . Isbell, Sharon Jackson, Gary . Jackson, Vicki . Jacques, Kenneth Jamell, Sammie James, Belinda . James, Charles James, Clarence Jenkins, Cliff . Jenkins, Orville Johnson, Janie . Johnson, Lynn . Johnson, Martina Johnson, Robert . . Johnson, William Johnston, Don Jones, Robert E. Jones, Jeannie . . , Hazen Little Rock . Wynne Yellville . Benton Crossett Carlisle Higginson . Conway Blytheville Morrilton Hot Springs . Searcy . Hunter . Clinton . Conway Little Rock . Conway .. Benton Damascus El Dorado , Elaine . Conway Little Rock Jones, Lorraine Jones, Sharon .. . Jordan, Jim . . . Jordan, Michael Kaelin, Patty . Karnes, Doris . Kauffman, Doris Keating, Frances Keesee, Judy . . Keeton, Roger . . Kelly, Charleen . Kemp, Bobby . . Kennedy, Jo Ann Kenney, Susan . . Killough, Robyn Kimmins, Sandra Kinard, Karen . . Kirkpatrick, Patsy Knapp, Mitchiel Knight, Virgil . Kocourek, Warren Koouce, Diane . . . Kordsmeier, Dee Krick, Kathy .. Bentonville Sacramento, Cal. . . Little Rock . . . . Sheridan . . Fort Smith Cherry Valley . . Pine Bluff . . McCrory No. Little . . Little . Little . Little .. Little . Little Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock . . . . Vilonia . . Little Rock . Weiner . Benton Prim . Clarkville . DeValls Bluff . Plumerville , Conway . Berryville 228 IK :Uv Gln FRESHMEN Kyzer, Paula . Lacefield, Billy Lacefield, Pam . LaCook, Trudy Lain, Rita . . Lamb, Sherry . Landers, Kay . Landers, William Landon, Sherry Lang, Carolyn . . Langston, Nathan Lankford, Jan . Launius, Jim ...... Lawson, R. Wayne Lea, Rebecca .. Leath, Sam . Lee, Kenny . Lee, Dinah Sue . . Lemley, Carol . . Lemons, Tana . Lewallen, Laraine Lewis, Thomas .. Lightle, Burney . Lile, Greer Hebert Jacksonville . . Des Arc . . Humnoke . Perry . Magnolia . Paragould . Benton . Conway . . . . Gillett Heber Springs . Calico Rock No, Little Rock No. Little Rock . . Little Rock . . Mayflower . Little Rock . . . . Hasty No. Little Rock . . . . Joiner . Sheridan . Conway . Eudora . . . . Searcy . Little Rock Little, Glinda . . Loar, Joe ..... Lockhart, Stan . Loetscher, Albert Loftin, Jerry . . . Loftin, Rondell . Loge, Roger . . . Loibner, Mike . . Loman, Donna . Long, Harold . . Lovelady, Don . . Lowe, Darlette . Luyet, Ronnie . . Lynch, Donny . . Mahan, Cissy . . Mahan, Kathy . . . . . McCrory . . . . Little Rock . . . . Gregory . . Little Rock . . . . . . Bruno . . Little Rock ......Leslie No. Little Rock . Prairie Grove . . . . Gravette Mountain Home ......Paris . . . . . Conway Eureka Springs . . . Damascus . . Texarkana 2 L . Many hours of practice resulted in numer- ous precision drills by T-Steppers during halftime at football and basketball games. 229 230 wb. FRESHMEN Majors, Gary . Malone, David , Manuel, Judy . Marcrum, Mary Marcum, Dianne Marks, Linda . Marlar, Linda Marple, Ginger . .... Mount Judea Martin, Garry . . . . . Martin, Charles Martin, Mary . Massengale, Larry . Matthews, Grace Matthews, Patricia . . . Mattingly, Linda Maxwell, Harold Mayfield, Diane McCaig, Rose McCarty, Melinda McClain, Doug , McConnell, Fredreck . . McCrory, Bonnie McDonald, Danny McDonald, Louis Heber Springs Cherokee Village .. Pine Bluff . Perryville . . . Hope . El Dorado . . . Cabot . Bentonville No. Little Rock . . . McCrory . Clarksville . . . Pine Bluff No. Little Rock . . .... Little Rock . McGehee . . Russell . . . . Conway No. Little Rock . Little Rock . Little Rock . . McGehee . . Benton . Higginson McDowell, Diane . McElmurry, James McElroy, Janice McElroy, Laretta McElroy, Sharon McFalls, Gayle . McGriff, Gwen . Mclntosh, Ken . . McKinney, Larry McKnight, Dianne McMullen, Susan McNair, Becky . McNulty, Kathryn McRae, Mary . McSpadden, Glenda McSwain, Edith Meadows, Donna . Melton, Ann . Melvin, Ronnie Meyer, Tony Miesner, Donna . Miles, Chris . Miller, Ann . . . Miller, Charla . . Little Rock . Little Rock . . . Ozark . Harrison . . Morrilton . . Star City . . Pine Bluff No. Little Rock . . . Bassett . Marianna . . . . Hazen Forrest City . Jacksonville , . . Wilson . Bradford . Ethel No, Little Rock . . . . Searcy . . Henter . Mabelvale . Charleston . . Lonoke . . Little Rock . . . Cabot .dv -- 'sv 1fif2,M:fw-We 1 at if-1, zgzfigwszzsifai-, ft'-' s1z5gl,g if 1-mfg vf r we get u Y VS - . ,rg ag, Q , f 3 '55 J 231 232 Mr. Don Garnett, Forensic director, awards trophies at conclusion of Mid-South Debate Tournament hosted by SCA. f , 'f-fxfg., fs 7 L-N , A W Q i L i 5 311 X 5' fig A K cv Q .-we MOH' FRESHMEN Miller, Judith . . Miller, Tobey . . Mills, Karen . . . Minton, Elizabeth Minton, Larry . . Mitcham, Julius . Mitchell, Becky . Mitchell, Bill . . . Moler, Jimmy . . Moncrief, Vickie . . . Monk, Susan . , Moon, Nancy . . Moore, Greg . . . Moore, Lynn , . . Moore Mike . . . Moore, Peggy . . . . . . Coal Hill No. Little Rock . . . . . Benton . . , Des Arc . . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . McCrory . . . Danville . . . Plainview . , . . . Searcy . Heber Springs ......Searcy . . Little Rock . . . . Elaine . . Little Rock . . . Conway Moose, Kathryn Morehead, Katheri Morgan, Gwen Morris, Bobby . Morrow, Dana .. . Muncy, Linda . . Murphy, Rebecca Murphy, Teddy . Murray, Sherry . Morrilton . . . Benton . Ingalls . Searcy . . . Morrilton No. Little Rock . . . Stuttgart West Memphis . Little Rock Nelson, Ellen .. Pine Bluff Newberry, Sharon Newcomb, Georgia Newland, Sherrin Newman, Ronnie Nichols, Suzanne Nieman, John . Nix, Sammie . Nixon, Charles Nolte, Jan . Norman, Gary . . Nowlin, Joe . Nowlin, Mary Ortega, Mike . . Otto, Kathy . . . . Bald Knob No. Little Rock . . Dennard . Morrilton . . . England . Little Rock . . Marshall . Little Rock . . . Conway No. Little Rock . Rogers . . . . . DeWitt No. Little Rock . . Little Rock 234 13565 - , , I 45 Quik ffiihs "JIM sz: .,: X l A W t 5'-5,452-,I mk:,'fziL-'YV :S fa- V, k..,,. ,,, I , mf, . k,:,,,il Vkk, wg? gf .nw v-uJ"" Maw! tin.. FRESHMEN Owen, Sharon , Owens, Brenda . . ...... Flippin No. Little Rock Owens, Jo Ann . . . . Marshall Page, Mary . . . . Little Rock Parker Robert . ..... Clarendon Parker, Sharon . . . . No. Little Rock Parker, Sondra . .... Newport Parker Tommy V . Yellville Parnell, Larry . Cotton Plant Parnell, Linda . . . . Norfork Parrott, Jimmy . Heber Springs Parsley Emogene . . . Newport Patrick, Jean . . Brinkley Patterson, Phillip . Benton Paul, Buddy . . . . Perryville Payne, Susie . . . Pearle, Sherry . . Pendergraft, Linda Pendergrist, Jesse Pennartz, Tracy Pennington, Carolyn . . Pennington, Larry Peterson, Denise Phillips, James L. . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . Hot Springs .. Augusta . Charleston . . , Newport . Bee Branch No. Little Rock . .... Berryville Phillips, Janice Phillips, Linda Phillips, Pam Phillips, Sharon Pierce, Minnie Pierce, Sandra Pinder, Thomas Pippins, Laura Pistole, Nancy Pitts, Linda . . Plant, Melinda Poret, Dennis . Porter, Gary Poynor, Bob Prewitt, John Price, Paul . Propps, Angela Prothro, Fredda Provance, Pat Quillin, Sandy Quimby, Joy . . . Quinn, Becky Quinn, Louanne Quinney, Mary . Fort Smith . . Springfield No. Little Rock . . . Newport . . . Corning No. Little Rock Cornwall, N.Y. . Pine Bluff . . . Crossett No. Little Rock . . Clarendon Key West, Fla. . Benton . Osceola . . Benton . Pine Bluff No. Little Rock . . . . Benton . . Des Arc . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Crossett . . Pine Bluff . . Little Rock 236 j .. ,, ' Z 'f 'f ' - ,, X ..,,5Hf5 fm i s f - Q W, .W S , -- ,,w,i . 1-12 2, Mt- - ,V A , plz f 'S S if I as it 2, ,wr , .fs Vi' : W ' L, 1, V fi - 1 , 1 ,L x H Q5 . S55 5 1-1 f ffl.-K 'fx g' . it-a"I., V, ,gg 541,52 7-325522-. 1 Y? I -MQ, ,,.',,Q4-K ' .. ,V ,,1a.,.'f.f in ft, ,f ',,Q:,,5q,,g1-3,,: 'fr-fQW,4x:Xc.,r4a,I,? ,V ,agffw-, . f- , fp . ,.v.a:?f1,f+ YQ EW if I-Ag ,, :sg-I M 19. t .cf - ., "fi J :fa ' 'fit' "-15.-W . , . ,fi ..f,,,.. ar, . . 2 54'3T51e'- "-". . 3.1 'X . . . 1' -.,'. ,.-1' A A ' Z: 'ffl-M-we 5, ninja wg, 5532 J V,l ,lrg N -A'A f fga, wfi -. Qlwst, f-"A 1 '14 z '4 fi' fag, ,L 3 gs if . ,. my, W, FRESHMEN Radzieta, Donna Ramsey, Barbara Ramsey, Dorothy Rau, John . . . Ray, Sharon . Rea, Gary Reade, Joan Reames, Kaye Reding, Paul . Reininger, Lyle Reynolds, Don Rhodes, Shirley Rice, Dewaine Rice, Nyoka . . Richards, Cindy Richards, Linda Richardson, Charlotte Richenback, Becky . . Risser, Becky . Roberts, Thomas Robertson, Billy Robertson, Elton Robinson, Mary Rogers, Donna . Jacksonville . . .... Van Buren . Mountain View Wauwatosa, Wisc. Humnoke Bryant . . Leslie Hampton . Sheridan . . Stuttgart . Jacksonville . Newport . . . . Roland . Walnut Ridge Benton . No. Little Rock . . Alpena . . . Stuttgart . Little Rock . Perryville . Little Rock . . . , Conway . Hot Springs . Springdale Rogers, Mary . . . Rogers, Robert . Rorie, Boyce . . Ross, Janice . . Rowden, Lana . , . Rowlett, Shirley Rudkin, Randy . Rush, Barbara . Rushing, Jimmie Russell, Danny . Ruthven, Micki . Rutledge, Alice . Ryan, Jane . . . Saia, Billy . . . Sanders, Evelyn Sanders, Jill . . . . . Perryville . Charlestown Mountain View . .... El Dorado . . . . . Oxford . . Bentonville .....,Perry . . Little Rock , . Pine Bluff . . . . Moro . . Wynne . . Huff . . . Conway . . . Helena . . . Conway . . . DeWitt FRESHMEN Sanders, Vicki . . . Santa Cruz, Linda Saygar, Paulette . . Little Rock . . . . Berryville Brisco Schmeckenbecher, Arthur . . Little Rock Scott, Martha Scott, Sam . Scott, Sondra Scott, Terry . . Selig, Nancy Shaw, Mitchell Sheffer, Don Shelton, Ricky Shepherd, Carolyn Sheppard, Susan Shilling, Ralph Shook, Doyle Shore, Sandra . Short, Bonnie . Shumard, Sandy Silveria, Sherry Simon, Mary . Sims, Carol . . Sims, Mary . Sipes, Larry . . . . . . Conway No. Little Rock . . . Morrilton . Little Rock . . Conway . . , Nashville Cotton Plant . Perryville . Forrest City , Hot Springs . . . Scott . Crossett . Jacksonville . Bentonville . , Little Rock . Ratcliff . . , Conway Albion, Mich. , , , . Austin . . Little Rock Sisk, Bill . . . Sites, Pam . Sites, Paulette Smith, Diana . Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith Smith, Sneed y 1 9 a . Little Rock . . Altheimer . , Sheridan . Little Rock Doug . . . Edgemont Kaye . . Little Rock Linda G. . .... Ozark Linda L. . . Greenbrier Marjorie . . . . Hot Springs Pam . . . Bauxite Rayburn No. Little Rock Sam . DeVal1s Bluff Terry . . Little Rock Troy . . Mabelvale Virney . Carlisle Linda . . . Quitman Solomon, Karla South, Lee.. Southern, Peggy Spann, Barbara Spann, Carroll . Spears, Mary Sperry, Kathy Spigner, Glen . Ludlow, Ky. . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . Marianna . Clarendon . Ashdown 'ht vs' ..-my .va P45 kiwi! -3, ln, '95 ia rg, '55Z:fE?":s-'11-'f.' 1 .4 , r3l:s1"?-:-'.. H., , 3 , X . 'V f 'MI , I ' ,S1i9?:'3?::'." I ,,,,, ,wg -.:: 1 3 f5f5eIf":-wa. - f25Qf,29ifZsq::igQfi1 1 Lima 25.42 Qi N. L 1 K 1,1 239 240 SCA's building program brought continual change to the campus as Baridon Hall was torn down to make room for the new fine arts building. FRESHMEN Spikes, David . . Spurlock, Teresa Stafford, Mary . . Standfill, Bernita Stanfill, Margaret Stark, Hilda . . . Staton, Betty . . . Steed, Bill .... Steelman, Cathy Stell, Becky . , . Stell, Lynda . . . Sterling, Bobbie Stewart, Ellen . . . . Stiles, Kay .... Strack, Kenney . Strates, Judy . . . . Little Rock . Holly Grove . . . . . Leslie . Little Rock . . . . Conway Heber Springs ......Lonoke . . . Bradford No. Little Rock . . . . Crossett . . . . . Conway . . . Conway . . Little Rock . . Malvern . . . . Conway . . Bentonville Stobaugh, Linda . Stover, Donna . . Straughan, Mike Strickland, Linda Stringfellow, Jo . Stroope, Jeff . Stuart, Alice . Stuart, Jennie . Sullivan, Candace Sullivan, Ronnie Swan, Betty .. Swam, Sarah . Swearingen, Mary Swenson, Jeannette Sweptson, Martha Swift, David . . Tackett, Larry Tarver, Tommye Tarvin, Marilyn Tatum, Ann . Taylor, Becky . Taylor George . Taylor Glenda . Taylor, John . . . Plumerville . . . . Casa . . . Hazen .. Smackover . Hampton . Crossett . El Dorado . . Banner Heber Springs . ..... Hughes . Helena .. Beebe . Little Rock . Little Rock . . Little Rock . . . Hazen . . Atkins . . Star City . Perryville . Harrison . Pine Bluff . West Helena . . . . St, Joe No. Little Rock J- .,,.. ,5,gg35m ,.s, ,D.a, ,,gw,,, 4- -A-.-fm. I A - a , S I 52 t is ff' I Lg ,E sf AP' 3 f W ,aj . if W ' . T ti f' ,,:55??7:'f 'ZW '- 'fi' x av", 6' 5 ' X 'v"'a U 'W wqififr - Zkiiixiwtl . ' 241 242 FRESHMEN Taylor, Linda Taylor, Robert Taylor, Ronnie Temple, Ralph Terrill, Marian Terry, Ann . . Thessing, Glenda Thomas, Dalton Thomas, Judy Thomas, Linda Thompson, Jack Thornton, Judy Tollett, Paul Trauth, Stan . . Treat, Linda Trice, Jesse . Trigg, Gayle . Trook, Jackie Trowell, Fred . Trusty, Mike . . . Tucker, Joe . Tucker, Robert Turnage, Don Tumer, Mary . No. Little Rock . Little Rock . Elizabeth . Crossett . . . .Eureka Springs . . Springdale . ...... Conway Hickory Plains . Conway . Conway . . . . Conway . . Hermitage . ..... Nashville Mountain Home . . . . . Leslie . Conway Green Forest . Bentonville No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . Danville No. Little Rock . ...... Crossett No. Little Rock Turner, Robert Tyler, Kathy . Van Pelt, Judy Vance, Danny Veach, Ann . . Veches, Sandy . Venable, Donna Vernor, Peggy . . Verser, Roger . . . Voegele, Donna Waddle, Margie Waldrip, David Walker, Mike Ward, Jim . . Watson, Terry . Webb, Debbie . . . . Webb, Shelba . Webb, Trudy . Weber, Mike Webster, William Wedgworth, Danny . . Weise, Janet . West, Jack . . . Whaley, Sandra No. Little Rock . . . Malvern . . . Vilonia . Clarendon No. Little Rock . . . Little Rock No. Little Rock . . St. Charles No. Little Rock No. Little Rock . . . . Emmet . Moro . . Brinkley . Little Rock . Hot Springs Siloam Springs . Little Rock . Hot Springs . . Magnolia . Holly Grove . . Augusta . . , . Benton . . . Little Rock No. Little Rock if 243 w ,, ' '-WT - ' 1m" l P - ' an .iz ' T it T 1 M M is , Q is D he M 'im 'ans iv was ,553 fy A wi W5 sz. Qui, FRESHMEN White, David . White, Randy White, Renee . White, Thomas Whitehead, Iris Wilkins, Steven Willbanks, Becky Willems, Mary Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, . . Charleston . Nashville . Fort Smith . Harrison Rison N0. Little Rock . . . . Conway . . . . . Paris Beth . . . Malvern Mary E No. Little Rock Mary J. ...,... Newport Vickie . Tuckerman Williamson, Bob Willis, Gerre . Wilson, Bobbye Wilson, Dorothy Wilson, Gloria Wilson, Rita . . Wingard, Laura Wisdom, Lynda Witcher, James Womble, Coy . Wong, William Wood, Jimmy . Holly Grove . Little Rock . Pine Bluff . . . Rison . . . . . Paris No. .Little Rock . . Pine Bluff . . DeWitt No. Little Rock No. Little Rock Cotton Plant Tupelo Wood, Joan . . Wood, Martha . . Woodward, Kathy Woolever, Nikki Woosley, Becky Wooten, Lindsey . Word, Phil . . Wright, Brenda . Wright, Tommy . Yarbrough, Kay Yarbrough, Pam Yeager, Jimmy . Yielding, Jim . . Young, Robbie Young, Vici .... Youngblood, Lana Zimmerman, Carol Zionce, Edward . Zom, Richard . . . England . . Floral . . . . . Scott . , . Hot Springs . . . . Benton No. Little Rock . . . Bearden No. Little Rock . Conway . Searcy . . St. J oe . Ozark No. Little Rock . . . Marshall . . Houston . . Berryville . Jacksonville No. Little Rock No. Little Rock Ny' '97'T'7" N, Y 490 fl 245 246 Seeond Semester Students SENIORS Bowlin, Geneva, BSE, Elementary Education, Con- way. Graduate assistant, Education Department, Al- pha Chi, Pi Alpha Theta. Hale, John E., BSE, Elementary Education, Dennard. Alpha Chi. Hamby, Ronald L. , BSE, History, Gentry. BSU, Young Republicans, vice president, Intramurals, SNEA. ' McNutt, Chris, BBA, Business, Conway, Young Dem- ocrats, Pre-Law Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Phi Lambda Chi. Middleton, Sondra J., BA, Sociology, Conway. La Sociedad Hispanica. Newkirk, Frankie K., BBA, Business Administration, Conway. SCA, Phi Beta Lambda, SNEA. Odum, Larry A., BSE, Mathematics, Cabot. BSU, Young Democrats, SNEA, Interfraternity Council, Theta Xi, FCA, Bowling. Red, Serena L., BSE, Home Economics, Sheridan. SCA Council, Wesley Council, Young Democrats, Col- hecon, WRA, Panhellenic Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma. Russell, Jerry G., BS, Physical Science, Ward. Talley, Harry D., BS, History, Morrilton. Young Democrats, Intramurals, Sigma Tau Gamma. Woodworth, Melva F., BSE, English, Alpena. Scroll, Young Democrats, Pre-Law Club, Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Chi. Yeager, Glenda K., BSE, Elementary Education, North Little Rock. Wesley. Transfer: Kappa Omicron Phi, Associated Women's Students. JUNIORS Anderson, Phyllis . . Benson, Ronnie . . Blue, Floyd . . . Bray, Carolyn . . . Brennes, Rick . . . Bridges, Linda . . Brown, Ruth ..... Buckingham, Betsy , . . . Dalziel, Madelyn . . . Dooly, Gary . . . Dorman, Gene . . . Dover, Ann . . . Gregory, Mary . . . Hastings, Don . . Hughes, Billie . . . Matthews, Paula . . McWilliams, Rodney ..... Palmer, Edwina ........ Rice, Eileen . . . Smart, Beverly . . . Turner, Brenda . . Vanaman, James . . Wilson, Jerry . . . . West Memphis . . . Pine Bluff . . . . Scotland Mountain Home . . . . Conway . . Pine Bluff . , . . . Vilonia . . Hot Springs No. Little Rock . . . Fort Smith . . Little Rock . . . Paragould . . . . Conway . . . . . Conway . Walnut Ridge . . . . . Conway . . Hot Springs No. Little Rock . . . . . Lonoke . . El Dorado . . . Conway . , Searcy . . Searcy .4-uv-W K ,ml- 247 248 or ,,- , - . ...ag--f SOPHOMORES Brown, Joyce . . Cantrell, James . . Cash, Betty . . . Connell, Mike . . Croom, Linda . ,. . Dulaney, Lillian . . . . Durrett, Carl . . Fisher, Elaine . . . Funk, Ellen , . Gruby, Gary . . . Holden, Pam . . . Justice, Sammy . . . Newman, Linda . . . Starr, Beverly . . . . . . Plumerville . . . . Greenbrier . . Harrison . . . Conway . . . . . Marion . Mount Vernon . . Jacksonville . . . Greenwood . . . Hot Springs . . Forrest City No. Little Rock . . . Little Rock . . . Jacksonville . . . Jacksonville FRESHMEN Brown, Cynthia . . . Geldbach, Terry . . . . . Harrell, Lonnie . . . Higginbotham, Linda Jenkins, William . . Nichols, Bill ..... Sutterfield, Claude . . . Plumerville . Ballwin, Mo. . . Sylvan Hills No. Little Rock . . . . Crossett Western Grove . . . . . Clinton AORGANIZATIONS 249 250 HO ORS ' A 7 A 1 K . r- ' Q :f,,-1, .J 331- I-,.,: ".:.-Q-::,, I X -, ,- .. a W4 ff W H 22 .1 Y' ' . H' .FET :fy g A ' LL , .Q 3,-fu I .L , ,gA,N4g,, ' :::"', if. ::,.- - f:1 T'i.f,1:-, MV'-"-,:f,,5g,,fb,'-...gif f'32:.jja j any Y l J Q Many hours of practice and rehearsing go into a production. g ,.. ., wif " ' ' ii:?"5f?lSE'Z- Wifi ':i'lYE,f5f ilYZQ'Y:557if-ff5Y11E215?if'iV' 3 nw , -lfiihiiffz, ' g,yggggf,gw11 f -f vm,m-mffw sg vmgapfwaw i- 51535 55 .. - ' sgggfgiissiaiaii ,LST O ,f ,ht-' X ' A s f r' U X , 'Y' ,- Cora Barnes HON ORARY MEMBERS Dan Duncan f-P' .-. lpha Psi mega The National Society of Alpha Psi Omega was established in 1925 at Fairmont State College in West Virginia. It was founded for the purpose of providing an honor so- ciety for those doing a high caliber of Work in dramatics. It also pro- vided a wider fellowship for those interested in the college theatre. Membership in Alpha Psi Omega is open to any student at SCA who has received enough points through dramatic work to qualify for membership and initiation. The Marshall Harris Award is pre- sented to the person contributing the most to the organization. Robert Moore James Futrell President Sponsor lu. John Hendrick Karlyn Kehoe Linda Moore Joy Odom M19 V...-at mmm fa,-an Ralph Behrens Howard Groth H.B. Hardy Gene Hatfield Eugene Nolte 251 252 Alpha hi Alpha Chi, a member of Col- lege Honor Societies, promotes high ideals, scholarship, and character. It began as a campus honor society at Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, in 1915. With its motto UYe shall know the truth and the truth shall make you freen, Alpha Chi encourages students to continue their development through graduate work, supports a scholar- ship program in their behalf, per- mits them to participate in regional and national programs, and pub- lishes a magazine twice a year. Alpha Chi inducted a record number of candidates this year. '-CSI' .',, ,..+ mv L. Shirley Stewart Dixie Eans Phyllis Simon H.B. Hardy Eugene Nolte James Ware President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor kv. s.. L V Allen, Barbara Anderson, Tommy Avey, Jane Balentine, Callie Beardman, Barbara Beardman, James Boast, Waymon Bookout, Johnny Brooks, Sallie Burgess, William Burrow, Patricia Campbell, Tommya Cathey, Doretta Cerrato, Carolyn Clark, Janice Clements, Janice Colquitt, Sharon Crook, Janis Cullen, Davis, Doyle, Eaton, Faulk, Glenn, John Brenda Mary Louise Mary Jane Charles Jean Gordon, Maye Dale Griffith, Patsy Hale, John Harrison, Lib Hawkins, Joel Hinkle, George Housley, Ila Hurliman, Mary Ann Huss, Mary Johnson, Marcia Keathley, Ann Lane, James Maier, Sharon McMillen, Jo Ann Morris, Bobby Neighbors, Mike Owen, Ellen Ramsey, Charles Reynolds, Iris Reynolds, Opal Rinie, Virginia Robinson, Linda Rodgers, Suzanne Rutledge, Elaine Simon, Kay Smith, Danny Smith, Jerry Stobaugh, Sarah Strain, Gary Strickland, Louis Sutterfield, Lee Suva, Betty Taylor, Lowell Thompson, Carolyn V int, Mona Waits, Mea Walls, Pat Weaver, Barbara Williams, Cormie Woodworth, Melva Yeager, Gara Young, Joyce 54 Phi lpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is an inter- national honor society in History, organized at the University of Ar- kansas on March 17, 1921. It is the largest, in number of chapters, of the accredited honor societies hold- ing membership in the Association of College Honor Societies. The total number of initiates since or- ganization is more than 44,000. Mu chapter was organized on the SCA campus in 1932. To be eligible for membership, a student must have at least twelve hours of history with a 3.1 grade point aver- age in the subject. Dr. Rook spoke to Pi Alpha Theta on his trip to the National Historic Association meeting in New York. QE KW- writ ,W . , K 52451, A 1, I A , I :-:si 5541.5 E, - E I L- V " f f' . get R M ir , ,, , ff i, i.,i,, ,, , , ,.. ,,t,.,,e,.,,. ., - ,-,., . ,Qi i.,i. , 1. - - -1:-:Em i N W XWQQQYSGYE W A we Law? -- ,,,,, 15 f? A ,5 A .A,. i L A, Y Q' 15.-44' 3 Sandra Dunavan Jane Mobley Shirley Stewart Ophelia Fisher William Larsen President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor Allen, Barbara Arnold, Linda Bowlin, Geneva Cerrato, Carolyn Colquitt, Sharon Cupp, Gordon Davis, Brenda Greco, Frankie Huffington, Cathy Huss, Stephen Maier, Sharon 0'Bar, Sheila Palmer, Edwina Powell, Phyllis Ramsey, Charles Robbins, Judy Sellers, Etta Waits, Mea Woodworth, Melva Zaffiro, Ester tw 'W Q41 'Od' ,ww FACULTY MEMBERS if-uf' Polly Hobby Foy Lisenby W.W. Moore Gladys Sachse 255 256 Ro al Hooters The Royal Rooters has been a most active organization since its beginning as a pep club in 1918. The Royal Rooters promote school spirit and encourage organized student support through its major activities: freshman orientation, Homecoming activities, Senior Day, Founders Day, and sponsor- ship of the cheerleaders. Selection to membership in Royal Rooters is a coveted honor, as members are selected from the entire student body on the basis of leadership ability, school spirit' and social and academic participa- tion at SCA. Those selected for membership are notified at a spec- ial '4tapping" ceremony each spring. Royal Rooter officers refuse to abandon traditional Mighty Bear. George Jones Joy Phillips Carol Jackson Lib Harrison President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Anderson, Les Anderson, Tommy Ball, Becky Baw, Dennis Brown, Tommy Capps, Leslie Clements, Janice Crabtree, Sandy Craig, Mary Ann Doyle, Mary Louise Eans, Dixie Eddy, Joe Esch, Phil Fagan, Carolyn Futrell, James Halbrook, Dicky Harris, Chip Haynes, Joe Hollis, Benny Ingram, Barbara Jackson, Tommy Johnson, Mickey Joyner, Becky King, Dick Layrock, Ann Linneman, Ann Oliver, Ann Palmer, Edwina Redditt, Liz Renfro, Bobby Richardson, Ricky Smith, Danny Smith, Nancy Stevens, Richard Tiner, Bobby Wallace, Sharon LA 'sv ...A Q JW' 'ff , as Ki E: .f asm Q i? fr Y N-N2 --'11 fd ,aff 257 258 Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta - First row: Libby Narkinsky, Priscilla Benson, FQWS KCI! Herr, Mike HHTITIOH, Lester AI'mSIf0I1g, James Futrell Marsha Grace, Karlyn Kehoe, Sue Argo, Carolyn Shipman. Second Billy Booth, Mr. Don Garnett, Pi Kappa Delta, National Fo- rensic fraternity, was organized in 1913 as an honorary organization for intercollegiate debaters, ora- tors, and instructors in debate and forensic speaking. The name was derived from initial letters of the phrase Peitho Qle Dikaia, Hthe art of persuasion, beautiful and just", SCA's ETA chapter of Pi Kap- pa Delta was organized February 13, 1967, qualifying thirteen mem- bers in debate andfor oratory, and Mr. Don Garnett, instructor of Fo- rensic Activities. To be eligible for PKD membership, a student must have represented his college in at least five decision debates or ora- torical contests. ill PKD officers and Harding installing team include Karlyn Kehoe, secretary-treasurer, Sue Ar- go, corresponding secretary, Carolyn Shipman, vice president, George Edwards, Tom Porter Ken Cooper, Dr. Evan Ulrey, and Billy Booth, president. Proficiency in business and education lead to Pi Omega Pi membership. Pi Omega Pi The Gamma Omicron Chapter of National Pi Omega Pi was estab- lished at State College in 1952. Since its formation, over eighty persons have been recognized as qualifying for membership. Election to membership in Pi Omega Pi is limited to those per- sons 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 average grade of HB" or higher in all courses of business and education. Annette Merritt Doretta Cathey Frederick BaSCO President Vice President Sponsor ww A Chlge Fagchen Maye Dell Gordon Awana Lightfoot Kay Roberts Virginia Sowell 259 60 DEPARTMENTAL AMS members look over club scrapbook of activities. Administrative Management Society The SCA Administrative Man- agement Society is affiliated with the Arkansas AMS. Purposes of the society include keeping up with new innovations and contacts between members and ad- ministrative managers in Arkansas. The society strives to provide an exchange of information and ideas among its members. Each year, a worthy AMS junior member is given a monetary award. Joel Hawkins Bruno Haustein Awana Lightfoot Mary Jane Eaton President Atterberry, Travis Bradford, Jan Clements, Janice Galloway, Wayne Hall, Gary Hurst, Arnold Kelly, Louis Moudy, Dorothy Roberts, Kay Shultz, Clifton Smith, Danny Sutterfield, Leo an r' 3: I 3515-1 l 1 af f 1 me 1, ,fa Bonnie Aushrooks Marie Wachtendorf Sponsor Sponsor ,4.., 262 ipha Phi Alpha Phi was founded in 1920 by Miss Augusta Bernard, head of the Art Department. Known as the Art Club until 1962, the club's name was formally changed to Alpha Phi in 1965. The purpose of Alpha Phi is to promote the appreciation and understanding of all forms of art. Art majors present exhibitions of their work several times a year. The club takes field trips to Widen their realization of the value of art and its Worth to mankind. Right: Alpha Phi art majors create figurine models from clay. ' 3 Gretchen Adams Linda Copeland President Vice President ig. ' .,,.1 In I liner Becky Wavrin Marie Schichtl Secretary- Sponsor Treasurer ,fe . Q. 453 5552 5 f . R -I A at 4, , 1 Sim 5. I if S ff' gfm 'ng' f b .E ' , -4- W f- --3.5 .va f A f '... -lv 6' A? , M,-mm :J ii-zsrgazr., fr .K N., A - ,E--.,.. 1 f I 1122, 1 S , 5 .aw , W 1 1 Y mx Y F www' . 5 2 55 'BZ ,:fgj3"1 :. vi ,,.. , - ' riff S75 5Ee32a?sfv,ffHe, . 55' -v giggle? v , - aff . ..:.,,. . .serv W K ,M 1 .ix W "T "' az 2. 1 Beveliaque, John Cordell, Karen Elliott, Carol Etter, Roberta Fischer, Susan Flack, Ron French, Gary Huddleston, James Johnson, Sue Lee, Sharon Mode, Gregory Nusko, Ann Peterson, Diane Rivers, Don Robertson, Elton Stephens, Richard Swope, Jerry Townzen, Carol Walls, Travis Westerfield, John Williams, Angela Williams, Mary Woodward, Sandy Worm, GiGi Chemical Society officers check progress of experiment. merican Chemical Society The student affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society was established on the campus of the State College of Arkansas in 1958. Membership is open to all Chemis- try majors and minors and anyone interested in chemistry. The primary purpose of this chapter is to promote interest in chemistry, and make known the vast career opportunities now open in this field. These are accomplished through programs centered around the projects of the members and representatives from graduate schools and chemical industries. Billy Shipp Beverly Ann Sabo Jerald Manion George Paul Homer Rich Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer SPOHSOF SPOHSOF Sponsor Mary Bryant Gary Canada Reuben Evans Bobbie Flynn Richard Garrett Tom Parker Cloie Perry Lavern Robinson Sam Smith Gary White 3 264 merican Institute of Physics The American Institute of Physics was established in 1931 for the purpose of advancing and dif- fusing knowledge of the science of physics and its application to human welfare. It is a member of several professional societies. Besides in- tellectual communication with these societies, the student section affili- ation provides an opportunity for junior membership in the profes- sional societies while still in school. This greatly facilitates at- taining full membership later 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 major interest. Gary Strain Bill Burgess Larry Smithson President Vice President Secretary . AAAV as W at we Q fy., , fr -2 - Ralva Bass Harold Pray Denver Princc Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Maurice Ayers Waymon Boast Denis Brant Woody Butler James Fowler Carl Freyaldenhoven ,....n-f 56, John Gaston James Irving William James Bob Peterson James Rutter Fred Smith Biology Club activities supplement classroom experiences. Biolog lub The Biology Club, open to all biology majors, and minors, and to any other student interested in the medical field, was founded on the campus of SCA in 1964. The purpose of the club, sponsored by the entire biology staff, is to further interest in the different biological sciences. Each year the biology depart- ment with the assistance of the SCA administrators sponsors a trip for biology students to the Gulf States Marine Research Laboratories in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Bryant, Mary Cooper, Les Dalby, Patsy Galloway, Sylvia Henderson, Ed Jackson, James J arolin, Annette J ohnson, Paul McCracken, Sue Monroe, Ducarroll Perry, Cloie Rainwater, Mary Reveley, Johnnie Reynolds, Opal Robbins, Judy Simon, Kay Watson, Larry Womack, Bobby R Ann Layrock Suzanne Rodgers Joy Phillips Iris Reynolds Julian Ethridge President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter ,,. 4 47 265 266 HE "Minds that thinkg hands that workg hearts that lovew is the motto ever present in the minds of AHEA members. This organization for fu- ture instructors in home economics has as its main purpose the bring- ing together of students interested in this field and thus promoting the unity of Working together. The goals of AHEA are the professional de- velopment, and co-operation with the college. It strives to give mem- bers a knowledge and practice in self-initiated group work, provides them with a true vision of home- economics, and forms a basis for future living. AHEA members filled Christmas stockings for local nursing home. ,,,.. M me .,.. , 1 V., 9. I gig - sw' 'f"f1f.. 'v-I .Q E5 eiaqfa, tix -I ,' 'fm - 5, ,W . ntlr, ,,, ATX-.f'i 1 , v.'-- ,Q i a Af - - Ja we ' I ,I Lindsay, Almeria Sponsor Archer, Patsy I Qyggmgpgkit,-,, V , , , , Julia. Patterson Ann Reed Sherry Smith Brenda Jones Pat Harrison President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Secretary he ... me T e 5 n P 5. if ,. Q. MEVQ tti li f iiieg : if V..,. , , 1 ' of Ease. QQ, ' 'fax Baker, Wanda Baswell, Ramona Bates, Alene Bell, Brenda Bell, Donna Bone, Louise Branscum, Lorna Briley, Rama Sue Burleson, Mary Burrow, Pat Byrd, Nina Chambers, Jeannie Clements, Linda Clinger, Carol Culp, Shirlene Culp, Wanda Dollar, Earlene Dunn, Betty Finin ham, Shirley Pe an E Fortner, Mary Fultz, Joyce Goad, Rebecca Hawkins, Marilyn Holloway, Sue Hooks, Shirley Howell, Jo Anne Jacobs, Linda Johnson, Joyce Keathley, Ann Kenny, Susan Kirby, Susan LaFevers, Judy Lee, Ella Lemley, Carol Lieblong, Sarah Lindsay, Mary Flo Lindsey, Nancy Linn, Judy Mainord, Nancy McCarty, Pat Miller, Judy Owen, Sharon Phillips, Sharon Ramsey, Dorothy Reade, Harriet Reade, Joan Reid, Vicki Reidhar, Bonnie Rice, Nyoka Rinie, Virginia Ross, Janice Scott, Patricia Shoffner, Mary Smith, Brenda Stevens, Carolyn Street, Rebecca Thomson, Barbara Tipton, Sharon Treat, Linda Van Pelt, Judy Wardlaw, Jane Williams, Judy Wilson, Dorothy Young, Patty wb, gamma. N-'f H, x fun K - ig, M S , 1+ r if f F S X J, wi' 'Fin mf 'M will , , if . Q? 4 e J' 1.-I . 1. , 35555 1 G f' W 'Ls 'ivy , :kenaf ' -W. 'U' po- ,- 1 Ms., 267 268 CEI The Association for Childhood Education International came into existence in 1930, as a professional organization interested in the edu- cation and well-being of children from the ages of two to twelve years. ACEI carries out its purposes by promoting desirable conditions, programs, and practice in the schools from the nursery through the elementary gradesg raising the standard of preparation and en- couraging continued professional growth of teachers and leaders in this fieldg and informing the public of the needs of children and how the school program must be adjusted to fit those needs. One of the main activities of ACEI is an annual tea given jointly with the Education department in honor of the student teachers. Esta Lee I-leur Erla Mae Perry Bettianne Henderson President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Grace 0'Dell Deanna Newland Mabel Patterson Publicity Membership Sponsor HQ' Avance, Diane Baber, Pam Bailey, David Bailey, Jo Ann Ball, Becky Benton, Linda Borders, Mary Lou Cole, Nancy Cole, Norma Colquitt, Sharon Conner, Burnetta Crawford, Vicki Dacus, Linda Dixon, Diane Eddings, Shirley Evans, Evelyn Fullington, Phyllis Hancock, Grace Harrison, Lib Howell, Becky Lindsay, Mary Flo McCallister, Linda McClure, Brenda Mainord, James Martin, Gail Melton, Louis Mitchusson, Marjorie Mosley. Dana Noble, Dianna Pace, Cherye Patty, Connie Pryor, Brenda Redd, Valerie Richardson, Jannis Robb, Carolyn Rogers, Mary Ross, Roger Schafer, Cindy Stobaugh, Sarah Thomas, Delores Trahan, Judy Turner, Sandra White, Renee Wilkes, Nancy Wilson, Margaret 270 raftsmans Gulld A professional interest in the field of Industrial Education is fos- tered through membership in the Craftsmans Guild, the most active departmental club on campus. The outstanding project of the Guild is the raising of funds to provide four S250 scholarships offered directly by the Department. Two of these are given to upperclassmen and two to entering freshmen. This is an ef- fort by the Guild to encourage stu- dents to enter the field of Industrial Education and help fill the growing demand for graduates within this area. Guild members are awarded letter jackets for service to club and school. R.D. Stevens Freddie Williams Lester Armstrong V.N. Hukill John Humbert President Vice-President Secretary Sponsor Sponsor i Y MW? :..faa!-figgagaigisw. ie? if ,wal 'SL ss 5 2 V5 4, fl a .,.....--H 6 .ai ji, 4 K, f IF' , Zg, we - H 'f-ffii' in ff? 6' if ' 3? ' G " 'W' .. . Eff , ii.. Bernard 0'Dwyer Sponsor Campbell, Tommy Grable, Jerry Hastings, Donald Henthorne, Terry Keever, Roger Kinsey, Sydnie Linn, Lloyd Longing, Wayne McCoy, Darrell Morehead, Robert Parris, Tommy Peterson, Jackie Presley, Donald Presley, Jimmy Rorie, Boyce Stiefvater, Jim Strack, Kenny Wood, Morris Dixie Eans Cecil Bailey Linda Bennett President Vice President Secretary- Treasurer Elaine Rutledge Estelle White Publicity Sponsor Boast, Waymon Bowling, Brenda Boyeskie, Ronnie Cherry, John Firstbrook, Carl Goad, Scotty Griffith, Patsy Hanson, Janet Hoofman, Cliff Jones, Jeanie Kennedy, Larry Neighbors, Mike Redfem, Jean Rogers, Hollis Sanders, Evelyn Simon, Mary Jo Smith, Jerry Suva, Betty Thurman, Bob Walls, Carol ath lub The Math Club, formed last year, is an organization promoting advancement and diffusion of knowl- edge in the field of mathematics, and informing students of new ideas and professional opportunities in that field. Application of mathe- matics to human welfare is its goal. The yearly programs range from guest speakers to tutoring sessions. Any person interested in the field of mathematics is eligible for membership. -4' iw ...Q- ..,,, 271 272 N The Music Educators National Conference is open to any student on the campus who is actively in- terested in music. MENC is pri- marily a service organization which places emphasis on the de- velopment of future music edu- cation majors and minors, and all others who are interested in a wholesome music education pro- gram. The local MENC chapter was formed in 1959, and is affiliated with the Arkansas Music Educators Association. MENC musicians are integral part of band and choir. -- -- -I --'1I'i1":271:-?'.EE:'f::4E.? ' M ini 13, 95 ' 5 91 ,J J 2 ' gtk e get - I -:eff W if . ., W 152 2 f Wiki g, 1 , , 5 - --" Erika Diles Ginger Owens Lottie Harbour Dennis Wilf President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Historian Sue Evans Leonard Phillips John Arnhart Charles Faulk Janice Garrison Rod Hocott Sponsor Sponsor James Holcomb Karla King Les Oliver Paul Reding J. B. Robertson James Sparks Kappa appa Psi ' .al ,gy S F , aww? .k-' fr I i N f kN.....,- K Kappa Kappa Psi, an honorary band fraternity. was formed this year. Members include tfirst rowb: John Knight, Frank Birdwell. Don Halverson. Dennis Bonge, Second row: Dennis Wilf, Richard Knox, Dallas LaF1eur. Jerry Senn. T B t S ' Tau Beta Sigma is an honorary band sorority. Members include ffirst rowl: Susan Harris, Sandra Bradley, Linda Ward. Second row: Sally McLe- more, Ginger Owens, Sue McCracken. Top row: Kay Miller, Betty Roberts, Elizabeth Gooden, Karla King. 273 274 Phi Beta Lambda Alpha Delta is the SCA chapter of Phi Beta Lambda. The chapters are sponsored by the United Busi- ness Education Association. The chapter works toward its goals of providing the members with educational, vocational, and leadership experience by par- ticipating in contests on the state level and awarding a scholarship to an outstanding junior. Mr. Hopkins and Mr. Basco meet with the executive council. John Martin Travis Atterberry Jane Hawks Paulette Grimes Frederick Basco Gay Hopkins President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor r Bailey, Cecil Berry, Ernest Butler, Dortha Butler, Mike Cummings, Geraldine Dean, Sherry Dodson, Julia Eaton, Mary Jane Galloway, Wayne Goad, Scotty Hambuchen, Sharon Hawks, Judi High, Tom Hines, Phyllis Huett, Louis Kelly, Louis McBurnett, Jeanette Mondy, Dorothy Morgan, Gwen Pierce, Sandra Reames, Kaye Redding, Lynda Reininger, Lyle Roberts, Kaye Shaver, Anne Shumard, Sandy Smith, Danny Stanton, James Stephens, Donna Stewart, Ann Sutterfield, Leo Turley, Sharon Turner, Donna West, Diane Whiting, Charles , Pre-Law Club officers make plans for U of A 's Law Day trip. .Q--""""' il ...-Q Pre-Law lub The Pre-Law Club, organized in 1962 to make the Pre-Law pro- gram at SCA a reality, enables pre-law students to learn more about their needs and abilities for law school. This is accomplished not only by studying literature, but also from practicing lawyers who are speakers for many of their meetings. Members also benefit from attending Law Day at the Uni- versity of Arkansas, learning from students who are in law school and attend moot court. Each year a scholarship is of- fered to an honor student, from Tu- lane University School of Law. Tom Eley Louis Kelly Angelia Berryman Joe Bearrentine Linda George President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Publicity if Simms McClintock Johnny Bookout Jan Bradford Laurence Dilday Mike Ellis Bret Newcomb Sponsor 275 276 SNEA The Ben A. Lewis Chapter of the Student National Education As- sociation is an undergraduate pro- fessional association for college students preparing to teach. SNEA provides an opportunity for per- sonal and professional growth through participation in state con- ventions, professional meetings, and personal Contact with other SNEA members. SCA's chapter, named after Dr. Ben A. Lewis, former head of the department of education and psychology and now dean of gradu- ate studies, sponsors a banquet for student teachers and their super- vising teachers each semester, and has varied programs and speakers featured during the year. Right: SNEA President Linda Bennett in- troduces Senator Lee Reaves, guest speaker at student teacher banquet. afl""lre af it Linda Bennett Barbara Boardman Esta Lee Heur Elizabeth Lemmon lllene Carter Annette Rakes President Vice President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Historian Historian W .uf ww sie 'Yr-nf Bonds, Virginia Sponsor Stark, Bert Sponsor Avey, Jane Bailey, Jo Ann Bass, Becky Beard, James Benton, Linda Berry, Janet Boardman, James Borders, Mary Lou Bowling, Brenda Campbell, Connie Carpenter, Carolyn Cartwright, Patsy Cathey, Doretta Caughman, Linda Cody, Mary Dean Colquitt, Sharon Conner, Burnetta Cranford, Nelda Crumpler, Jeannie Cummings, Judy Cupp, Gordon Dacus, Linda Davis, Donna Dickerson, Charlotte Elrod, Gene Mrs. Evans, Evelyn Ezell, Barbara Fisher, Susan Fullington, Phyllis Furgerson, Linda Gordon, Martha Nell Gordon, Maye Dale Grace, Marsha Groom, Meredith Hanson, Janet Hawkes, Jane Hawkes, Judi Hearne, Carolyn Henderson, Betty Ann Holder, Judy Holder, Wilma Holyfield, Sharon Hooks, Shirley Huffington, Katherine Hurliman, Mary Ann Jackson, Mary Ann Jeffery, Jane Jennings, Rosanne Johnson, Marcia Jones, Mary Ann Kent, Judy Kitchens, Richard E V ,ii in Lrivf ,mx i we., is' W an C, ,K X kv' ,MX -1. J 277 "" A H. eesl f""Xf' 278 i ' 2 -N I -- we E fir, f 5 9 ,N , 522: f 1' ,NV f . I iufligisfv X ' vi aff? ' A is Lindsay, Mary Flo Lindsey, Nancy Maier, Sharon McSpadden, Janis Meredith, Linda Mitchusson, Marjorie 0'Dell, Grace Odom, Larry Olds, Connie Oliver, Les Pendergrass, Mary Alice Pryor, Brenda Ramsey, Diana Regould, Michael Reid, Vicki Reidhar, Bonnie Richardson, Janis Robb, Carolyn Robinson, Linda Rose, Larry Ross, Roger Sanders, Kay Schictl, Shelby Sellars, Etta Lou Shoffner, Mary Nell Sikes, Mary Nell Smith, Brenda Spear, Pansy Stewart, Shirley Stiefvater, Jim Swan, Betty Thomson, Barbara Trahan, Judy Tucker, Iris Turner, Sandra Vest, Nan White, Renee Wilkerson, Richard Wilson, Margaret Wood, Carol Worm, Gigi Yeager, Gara Patrick, Joe Sponsor Rozzell, Raymond Honorary Member Bramlett, Marilyn Chrisman, Barbara Forte, Joe Foster, Carol Lea, Janette Middleton, Sondra Sanders, Evelyn Stafford, Mary Walls, Pat Willems, Mary Spanish lub The Spanish Club, known as La Sociedad Hispanica, was organized in 1963 to promote the study of the language, customs. and culture of Spanish speaking people. During the year, Spanish Club members traveled to Little Rock to view a movie in Spanish, and met with Spanish club members from other campuses to eat Mexican food, and hold programs. Left: Honorary Spanish Club member Ri- cardo Mendez, of Ucitan, Mexico, demon- strates the art of bull fighting during his visit. Janice Garrison Carol Jackson Sallie Brgokg Sue Lee President Vice President Secretary Publicity pf ' H, 279 280 Intramural Connell Each year many of the different organizations on the campus partici- pate in the intramural program. This program includes such sports as touch football, track, and swimming. In addition to these sports, individ- ual sports are also offered to those who wish to participate. The objectives of the intramu- ral program include: recreation, physical fitness, mental and emo- tional health, social contact, group loyalty, and permanent interest in sports. One of more popular intramural competi- tions was swimming. James Barnes Bob Fore Gaylon Gibbs John Green State Hall Sigma Tau Gamma Theta X1 Arkansas H311 John Lee Randy Pringle Jim Ramsey Flgtchgr Lgwry Minton Hall P1 Kappa Alpha Phi Lambda Chi Spgnsor RA Physical fitness and spirit of good sportsmanship are the prime objectives of the Women's Recre- ation Association. WRA 'sponsors women's intramurals, which includes tournaments in horseshoes, table tennis, badminton, volleyball, bridge, softball, tennis, and track and field. WRA's Executive Council is composed of representatives from each organization which participates in the intramural program, and at the end of the year, awards a team plaque to the organization having the highest number of points. Women practice for intramural volleyball tournament. H at I' V, if ' 1 M' X A ...:x" g if 51,3 f',,gf:L:,,, Peggy Welch Ruth Ann Whitley Ann Machen President Vice President Sponsor Sigma Kappa Conway Hall 4 In e if 5 Y Q, , , ,,,. ,,,,. , t, ll.. g X . .-1 K , 3 ,t- . ,Q , V n ' ,t ., , , . - as qv 'W X Judy Holder Carolyn Fagan Secretary Treasurer Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Sigma Tau if ,V Wei A ' 'ssl A 3 teitv R'tXiii.f-mi, it 1 as if one Linda Russell Leslie Hulce Tracy Pennartz Margie Smith Bobbye Wilson Recreation Director Activities Denny Hall Short Hall McAlister Hall Delta Zeta Bernard Hall 282 WPE The Women's Physical Educa- tion Majors and Minors club, or- ganized in 1957, is open to all women who are majoring or mi- noring in the field of physical education. The organization provides its members with many opportunities for fellowship, athletic participa- tion, and leadership. Through this club, one becomes acquainted with both the leaders and the latest de- velopments in the fields of physical education on a local, state, and national level. Shirley Spencer Peggy McGinty Suzie .Mabry Leslie Hulce Marilyn J0ll9S President lst Vice President 2nd V109 PI'0SideI1l SGCFQWTY Treasurer Marie Burns Ami Hunt Linda Russell GiGi Worm Ann Machen Publicity Chaplain Parliamentarian Scrapbook Umm. Us 4 1, Y 5 Q- .I ...av 'Y we I ii airs Slil J H S if- it si Q is? M i l JW sa ze ji 5 A ' . Ms. - , W' 5 3 -6 W t iles?" 'V 0 .2 . 'A' X 1 .1 4 ggi, Q W ,,... fu Sponsor Allen, Kay Bolls, Nancy Chambers, Jeannie Cheshire, Tricia Chronister, Joyce Cohen, Marcia Dalby, Patsy Fagan, Carolyn Harris, Kathy Kinard, Mary L. Knight, Shirley Langston, Terry Lankford, Jan McDowell, Diana Moore, Annabelle Otto, Kathy Ridings, Brenda Schaefer, Judy Swenson, Jeannette Taylor, Vitula Welch, Peggy Willbanks, Pat Wilson, Bobbye Wingard, Laura Q ll 2 , .- .. 1 ... 2 V f., -i og ... N... -E Q ' o .. Av., 49 4-J PX 4' 'fs m ET 6 NW ?i S , . 1 Q : Qllll? MW, la fa Q w'i' W QW Qi, A P1 f 1 W . EN ? -J k Q XW W, , , 'Q V XQX W H1 'iw V N F! x ,ZEQF L :swi n g . . . 'I V X Y ' " V 1 i 4 N T O20 94' wx ,A K ,X 4. GREEKS 284 Panhellenic Council Panhellenic means all Greeks, and this is the basis of the local council - to promote Greek unity. This objective is realized by striving to maintain a high plane of sorority life and intersorority re- lationsg to further fine intellectual accomplishment and sound scholar- shipg to co-operate with the school administration in the maintenance of high academic standardsg and to compile rules governing rushing, pledging, and initiation on the campus. Each sorority has two delegates to the Panhellenic Councilg each so- rority rotates in holding the offices of the organization. 'F Alpha Sigma Tau won the scholarship tray which is presented annually by the Panhellenic Coun cil to the sorority with the highest grade point average for the academic year. ! 3' Carol Jackson Tricia Cheshire Marguerite Qoleman Elilabelll Abbott Lois Hobby President Vice President Secretary Sponsor Sponsor Alpha Sigma Tau Delta Zeta Alpha Sigma Alpha Janet Shivey Connie Tucker Judy Greenlee Peggy Welch - Connie Williams Serena Red Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Sigma Tau Delta Zeta Sigma Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma Sigma Sigma Interfraternit Council ,.....,,,,T X 6 .....,,N.....,e..,,, SCA's Interfraternity Council was recipient of the National Fraternity Conference Summa Cum Laude Award for superior scholarship. p Cliff Hoofman Richard Stephens James Sylar Larry Magness James Ramsey President Secretary Sponsor Sponsor Phi Lambda Chi Phi Lambda Chi Pi Kappa Alpha AQ' 137' v L. Joe Haynes Danny Lynch Duane Nisbett Les Anderson Don Farish The Interfraternity Council of State College of Arkansas is the governing body heading the men's Greek system on campus. The IFC is composed of two representatives from each of the five fraternities. The Council is interested in all phases of fraternity life, ranging from parties to scholastic excel- lence. This year the IFC promoted better inter-fraternity relations and higher scholarship, Mike Butler Larry Odom Sigma Tau Gamma Sigma Tau Gamma Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma Epsilon Theta Xi Theta Xi 285 286 lpha Sigma lpha Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded at Longwood College at Farmville, Va., in 1901. The Beta Lambda Chapter was established on campus in 1944. The major goal of ASA is phy- sical, intellectual, social and spir- itual growth of every member. The motto is "aspire, seek, attain." The colors are crimson and white. The symbol is the phoenix. The so- rority's National Philanthro- pic Project is serving at the Arkan- sas Children's Colony in Conway. ASA's visit with children att he Childrenls Colony each week. Edwina Palmer Brenda McClure Judy Kordsmeir Jane Hawks Carolyn Cerrato President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain , l V Illene Carter Marguerite Coleman Bobbi Moffett Kathy Henson Betty Yount Rush Chairman Parlhellenlc-Senior Panhellenic-Junior Corresponding Historian Secretary Sponsor Sponsor Austin,,Janet Ball, Becky Chaney, Pam Schichtl, Marie Stewart, Mary Adams Gretchen Crow, Donna Dalby, Patsy Elliott, Janis Fulton, Alice Garrison, Janice Hawks, Judi Housley, Janet Lanham, Jackie Lovell, Teresa Roberts, Barbara Schuburg, Linda Shivey, Janet Simon, Kay Smith, Barbara Spencer, Shirley Stricklen, Cheryl Works, Barbara Worm, Gigi PLEDGES Almond, Holly Baswell, Remona Brower, Diana Bryant, Mary Carpenter, Carolyn Collier, Tomagene Cook, Joyce De Jarnett, Barbara Hogue, Betsy Kenny, Susan Lain, Rita Lindsey, Nancy Marks, Linda Matthews, Pat McDowell, Diane McNulty, Kathryn Mitchusson, Margie Nusko, Ann Parker, Sondra Rhodes, Shirley Shaver, Anne Sheppherd, Carolyn Swepston, Martha Tatum, Ann Thirion, Linda Tipton, Sharon Williams, Mary Wilson, Rita Woolever, Nikki Woosley, Becky lpha Sigma Tau Alpha Sigma Tau sorority was founded in 1889, in Michigan, by eight coeds. SCA's Upsilon Chapter was established on the campus in 1935. The aims of Alpha Sigma Tau are loyal friendship, fidelity to pur- pose, self-realization, and scholar- ship. The colors are emerald green and goldg the flower is the yellow roseg and the symbol is the anchor. Participating actively in every phase of campus life, Alpha Tau's most recent project is the adoption of a Korean boy through the Chris- tian Children's Foundation. Like other sororities, AST's became bootblacks to raise money. 288 Pam Baber Ann Sybert Brenda Hilliard Janette Lea Janice Clements President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Secretary 1, 1 a '21 v 2 D R ' D , , F?..,F .em s b - - I gg-' .tri " f . - .1 -V ,' iera . ,Q ,V Q, 2. iffigf life" C- Bonds, Virginia Sponsor Young, Betty Sponsor Bradford, J udye Jan Carpenter, Sara Caven, Linda Crabtree, Carol Ann Crabtree, Sandy Crenshaw, Shalah Dean, Becky Eaton, Mary Jane Fagan, Carolyn Fischer, Susan Galloway, Sylvia Gordon, Sara Greco, Frankie Gunter, Elaine Hall, Diane Hardin, Susie Holden, Pam Holyfield, Sharon Jackson, Carol Jeffrey, Jane Kehoe, Karlyn Lasiter, Sandra Linneman, Arm Matthews, Paula Merritt, Annette Mork, Candy Owen, Ellen Phillips, Joy Powers, Bonny Rainwater, Mary Ramoly, Sue Rowland, Linda Shell, Ann Smith, Nancy Traylor, Paulette Tucker, Connie Turner, Brenda Wilson, Susan Wirt, Marty PLEDGES Bland, Beverly Boullion, Dean Cook, Jo Ann Cowan, Jane Edmondson, Sherry Fortner, Janiel Gilleland, Jane Henshall, Larita Lamb, Sherry Lee, Sue Morrow, Marsha N incehelser, Carol Reames, Kaye Santa Cruz, Linda Selig, Susan Spears, Mary Turner, Mary John Venable, Donna Voegle, Donna Zimmerman, Carol 290 Delta Zeta Y Delta Zeta is the largest na- of tional society chapterwise. lt was founded on October 24, 1902, at Miami University in Ohio. The purpose of the sorority is to unite its members in the bonds of l friendship, to promote the culture l of its members, and to develop plans for guidance in unity and ac- l tion. Delta Zeta's colors are old rose and vieux green, her symbol is the lamp. The sorority's activities include the annual style show, sponsoring of the Central Arkansas Junior Miss Pageant, Halloween Queen and King Contest, and a pro- ject at the Childrenis Colony. 13, . U L. if .. li..,,,mi U DZ's model new fashions in annual style show. Becky Joyner Cathy Reed Sharon Wallace Liz Redditt Ginny Enderlin Mary Louise Doyle Trisha Cheshire President First Vice Second Vice Recording Corresponding Treasurer Panhellenic President President Secretary Secretary Representative Aldridge, Joy ,R Avance, Diane Black, Kay Kay Buckingham, Betsy Campbell, Dorcas G1ambers, Linda Cline, Barbara Crowder, Susie Fields, Sheila Greenlee, Judy Hairston, Jerrie Sue Ingram, Barbara Jennings, Lib King, Kathy Langston, Terry Laughter, Rosemary Mabry, Susie McAtee, Hildy McGuire, Pam Mobley, Jane Noble, Dianna Oliver, Ann Pace, Sharon Qualls, Betty Radcliffe, Diane Rieke, Janet Russell, Linda Stobaugh, Sarah Ussery, Betty Woodard, Sharon PLEDGES Aldridge, Cindy Ault, Nancy Baldridge, Betty Black, Louise Conner, Carol Ann Crowder, Martha Cupp, Carol Demetz, Libby Eagle, Dana Forsythe, Becky Garner, Lynda Hambuchen, Linda Harrison, Robyn Hill, Jane Ann Horne, Nan Keene, Diane Meyer, Sharon Miller, Ann Moncrief, Vicki Moore, Peggy Muncy, Linda Nix, Sammie Sanders, Kay Seale, Jerri Selig, Nancy Shumard, Sandy Stanfill, Margaret Terry, Ann Willbanks, Becky Woodward, Kathy 291 292 igma Kappa Founded November 9, 1874, at Waterville, Maine, Sigma Kappa is one the largest sororities chapter- wise. The Delta Tau chapter was installed on this campus on Septem- ber19, 1959. t'One Heart, One Way", is Sigma Kappals open motto. The colors are soft lavender and ma- roon. The jewel is the pearl, and the symbol is the triangle. The sorority's activities in- clude the Penny-An-Inch Dance, first place prize for the home- coming float, participation in the Powder Puff Ballgame, and the weekly visits to the Meadowlake Nursing Home. is if-Q Q 2 , I V f 3 , K1 I N s, N, it 3 , -1 " ni i 'ff f if, Y X. 9 J' , K v-- WV f - E J, ws fiwit - Sigma Kappa's Homecoming float placed first in the Beauty division. Dixie Eans Elizabeth Lemmon Mary Nell Sikes Martha Nell Gordon Nancy Wilkes Marcia Johnson President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Corresponding Recording Re ish-ar Secretary Secretary g Ann Layrock Suzanne Rodgers Connie Williams Cloie Perry Sandy Tumer Treasurer Rush Chairman Junior Panhellenic Gerontology House Manager Senior Panhellenic lT " Forsberg, Clara Sponsor Hatfield, Nicole Sponsor Bennett, Linda Craig, Mary Ann Crawford, Linda Crumpler, Jeannie Cummings, Judy Edmonson, Lynn Farley, Barbara Farrar, Joanie Fox, Barbara Gooden, Elizabeth Gordon, Maye Dale Hallmark, Glenda Hambuchen, Judy Johnson, Kristen Jones, Brenda McSpadden, Janis Mentgen, Julie Meredith, Linda Owens, Ginger Ridings, Brenda Smith, Donna Welch, Peggy PLEDGES Anderson, Jane Berch, Sue Betenbaugh, Jean Carlson, Linda Claypool, Sue Cralle, Karen Cummingham, Susan Dorsett, Ann Gammel, Pat Gilbert, Camille Hambric, Jo Harbour, Judy Harbour, Lottie Hoover, Donna Hunkapiller, Linda Lindsey, Mary Flo Magness, Donna Marple, Ginger McElduff, Janet McGriff, Gwen Phillips, Janice Prothro, Fredda Sabo, Beverly Simon, Theresa Smith, Kaye Southern, Peggy Stutts, Becky Walker, Gail xwi? 1 fi 3, H,,5'-:.5:5,,,:-,,,,,.,- ,, , .R ,, -.H 5 ' 'gif 1 ...TJ i 'Y-in 'f ,fe aa.: ,, zz' , .,,.,,,..,,.,,, Wi? ':: We f .ff - ' Q --z, ., . .,, K 3 K .27 ,1- 911393323565 C fm. ff .m,,,,,,r - -W -11Q2.l,tSLfqf,Qv oasreqw il N ,,,, Q 9 . ., . 1 , .,,4,, Q ff legged ' ' ,ffl ,,,.. , ,, -5 V .,,,,..,, K i H a ,Ja , ' f f 1. , V ' 15251 e :1 , wi, 3, X tx.. , is 'lf fjx, .. 1 , 7-Q. ,.x,,. -- ,-4 2 ,II Q, f L ' 'fi-M.. ,,.., 1-"1 f 31 , ef f ight 1 , .. V ,iw U W 9 i--,,- H A yfv 2 5 as , Iii " fcfww ifiiliffiillf'-. ' Zu'?P'3'Z:E.'5r SGP ,,.e at 1 293 294 Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma, founded in 1898 in Farmville, Va., was the first sorority to gain national affil- iation on this campus. The open motto is 'tFaithful Unto Death," the colors are royal purple and white, the purple violet is the flower, and the pearl is the jewel. Tri-Sigma's social project is the Robbie Page Memorial. All contributions to this memorial are given to the North Carolina Memo- rial Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Right: Tri-Sigs lost the tug-o-war in Pike Follies in order to maintain feminine image. Linda Dacus Norma Jean Cole Sandra Holt Sarah Cox Sue Webb President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Treasurer Secretary Sue Evans Sponsor Francis Terry Sponsor Arnold, Linda Brewer, Judy Cook, Becky Dickey, Dorothy Dixon, Diane Ezell, Barbara Fort, Donna Heuer, Esta Lee Holder, Judy Howell, Becky Linn, Judy McCurley, Linda Nlinton, Linda Newkirk, Diane Newland, Deanna Patty, Connie Porter, Betty Red, Serena Robinson, Judy Schwendemann, Nancy Shastid, Jerri Standerfer, Anita Stewart, Ann Thomas, Delores Von Kanal, Carol Wilson, Margaret Wyatt, Mary Ruth PLEDGES Amold, Ann Barrett, Dianne Bass, Becky Breeden, Mary Lee Brown, Becky Campbell, Connie Dean, Sherry Elliott, Laura Firestone, Sandra Grimes, Paulette Henry, Jo Ann Lackner, Cheryl Loman, Donna Moore, Annabelle Smith, Diana Spurlock, Teresa Standfill, Berita Thompson, Peggy -ai be P Z T 2 3, si 1 215 aiiiff fig? za rg ff' - :mm me 5 'Qi A ,Q ,l g 'C 9 5 X X f at -A , f ' A s- 296 Phi Lambda Phi Lambda Chi was organized on this campus on January 19. 1939. and is unique in that it is the only national fraternity ever organized in Arkansas, The fraternity is comprised of self-contained groups of young men who are bonded together by common interests and friendships. It is characterized by a program which affords experiences essential to the balance of each individual. The fraternity's activities in- clude sponsoring of the tea to sorority pledges, competing in the Toilet Bowl game, the homecoming float. and enjoying the annual awards banquet. Phi Lambda Chi received IFC trophy for highest scholarship among fraternities. i- Cliff Hoofman Jim Orsini Rod Hocott Cragg Wilson Tommy Smith President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor ip t Richard Hudson Sponsor Allison, Rodney Anderson, Johnny Beard, Mike Betherum, Bob Bishop, Jerry Boast, Wayman Clanton, Danny Clark, James Dollar, Ralph Edmiaston, Buddy Edwards, Dusty Halbrook, Dick Halbrook, Jim Hargis, James Heffington, Gary Jucus, John Keller, Dennis Lambert, Herbert Ligon, Jan Linebarger, Jerry Moix, Ray Moore, Gary Nichols, Charles Oliver, Lester Phillips, Jim Ramsey, Jim Rauton, Randy Sharrock, Mike Short, Bill Smith, Randy Stell, Danny Strack, Ralph Taylor, Jim Thurman, Bob Turbeville, Joe Waldron, Bill Webb, Gary Wellman, Larry White, James Windle, Robert 298 Phi i ma Epsilon In February, 1910, Phi Sigma Epsilon was founded at Kansas State College. Emporia. Kansas. In 1927. Phi Sig merged with two other fra- ternities to become a national or- ganization. On March 8, 1935. Mu Chapter of Phi Sigma was chartered. The purpose of the fraternity is to create a strong bond of fellow- ship among men students of higher educational institutions. Phi Sigs play poker during their annual Frontier Week pw fn Les Anderson Roger Taylor Don Farish Greg Peck President Vice-President Corresponding Recording Secretary Secretary Greg Birdsong Roger Massey Bill Bailey Ralva Bass Earl McGee Rush Chairman Treasurer Pledge Trainer Sponsor Sponsor Anderson, Neal Anderson, Ronnie Brown, Jerry Butkiewicz, John Campbell, Tommy Capps, Leslie Cupp, Gordon Davidson, Gary Dawson, Curt Dunnam, Mark Flory, John Freyaldenhoven, Carl Freyaldenhoven, Eddie Gregory, Gene Guertin, Kenneth Hall, Gary Hartwick, Mike Hudgens, Ken Johnson, Jim Lincoln, Dwight Matthews, Wally Miller, Albert Payne, Ralph Powers, Tom Stanley, Larry Stiefvater, Jim Vann, Jamie Wilson, George Wilson, Harold Whiting, Charles fall? J www ....-...s if 'iv --...Qs sux R Sir: : I :. " : - .ff , -:fri EE .. - - fy, " F ' 'rv 'ff . ,...r -of ki Y Ov N-....., 299 300 Pi Kappa lpha Chi Nu fraternity ended thirty years of prosperous growth on Feb. 23, 1963, by becoming Pi Kappa Alpha. This chapter, Epsilon Phi, was the one hundred and forty-first to be established. The Chi Nu fraternity dated back to 1922, when the Sphinx Or- ganization began on campus as a social organization. In 1933, it be- came Chi Nu. Pi Kappa Alpha will celebrate its hundredth birthday in 1968 at the University of Virginia where it was founded in March, 1868. The national headquarters is located in Memphis, Tennessee. Pikes excelled in sports, ranking high in intramurals. X. cal i'ete C Alla!! Elldy Richard SPCPUCIIS Bobby Allison Jim Miles Terry Courtney Pfesldenf V100-PF6S1d9Ht Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary 'wry Ralph Behrens Sponsor Carl Forsberg Sponsor E. C. Polk Sponsor Baker, Johnny Boyeskie, Ronnie Bridges, Mike Bunch, Larry Bunyard, Jim Burnes, Don Burris, Rick Campbell, Jim Canada, Gary Creek, Steve Curry, Jack Fox, Tommy Gadberry, Junior Griffith, Bill Hackney, Joe Hargis, Joe Hild, Dan Holland, Randy Hutto, Tommy Jones, George Larkin, Johnny Lippe, Joe McCrotty, Denny Meadors, Allen Meadows, Wesley Monroe, Duke Nisbitt, Duane Parnell, Bubba Parrish, Stanley Penny, Danny Pierson, Joe Prince, Jim Pringle, Randy Roberts, Tommy Robinson, Jeff Ross, Roger Smith, Danny Spurlock, Tress Starkey, Terry Steele, Danny Thom son Charles P , Thompson, John Tiner, Bobby Vinson, Gary Wickersham, Mike igma Tau Gamma Sigma Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma, the oldest Greek letter organization on campus, was founded in 1915 as the Owls and later organized as a local frater- nity, Kappa Phi Sigma. On Novem- ber 30, 1939, a charter was granted as Sigma Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma. Sigma Tau Gamma is dedica- ted to high ideals of manhood and brotherhood, development of good personal characteristics and social poise, and service. Sigma Chapter has won the National Scholarship Trophy for first runner-up to outstand- ing chapter in the nation. For the 5th consecutive year the fraternity placed first in the Originality di- vision of the Homecoming Float Contest and sponsored the Miss Body Beautiful Contest in April. Danny Lynch Bob Mentgen Greg Wren David Bailey Tommy Brown President Vice-President 2nd Vice President Secretary Treasurer , 43. . ., H. B. Hardy Sponsor Darrell Kilman Sponsor Harold Love Sponsor Joe Patrick Sponsor Anderson, Tommy Anthony, Keith Ask, Doug Atterberry, Travis Baw, Dennis Bennett, Richard Besancon, Charles Brannan, Billy Brown, Paul Carter, Phil Chesser, Edgar Clinton, Dick Duncan, Danny Earney, Steve Eley, Tommy Esch, Phil Ethridge, Julian Everett, Jerry Faulkner, Bo Ford, Bob Fore, Bob Galloway, Bill Gordy, Luke Harz, Robin Haynes, Joe Hendrickson, Jim Hallowell, Tommy Hughes, Billy Johns, Butch King, Dick Leavell, Calvin Lorenz, Butch Marshall, Tommy Moore, Eddie Musgrove, Jody Richardson, Ricky Roberts, David Sharp, David Smith, Jerry Strickland, Louis Voss, John Wallace, Wayne Warrington, Dick Woosley, Keith 304 Theta XI Theta Xi was established at Rensselear Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. on April 29. 1864. Formerly Phi Alpha Zeta, Beta Mu Chapter was established on the SCA campus on May 12, 1962. The fraternity, through the ability of its members to work to- gether. has been able to achieve many things contributing to the benefit of the chapter. the college. and the community. One of the main purposes of Theta Xi is to promote scholarship among their members and their pledges. Theta Xi's annual relay to light the torch marks beginning of Greek Week if C,-N, X.. Leo Sutterfield Earnest Berry Bruno Haustein Cecil Bailey President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer William Keinath Sponsor Gerald Manion Sponsor Bailey, Tommy Butler, Mike Butler, Woodrow Brown, Pat Burgess, Bill Carter, J. W. Coleman, Ed DeBoard, Charles Eddy, Joe Eskola, Glenn Gibbs, Gaylon Goad, Scotty Hagood, Bill Hamling, Charles Hawkins, Joe llinkle, George llinkle, Jim Huddleston, Jim Jackson, Jim James, Bill Judkins, Cletis Keever, Roger Lane, Jim Ledgewood, Wayne Morehead, Robert Peterson, Jackie Polk, Lynn Senn, Gerald Shipp, Bill Smith, Fred Smith, Hal Smithson, Larry Szczypian, Steve Trowel, Fred Tucker, Sidney Waits, Kenneth Wilkerson, Richard Williams, Vernon 306 RELIGICUS , in A. v" 'f"'- -1-11 mvnlnnupluu new Q2 li mu . Q 1 , ll ' . . 1, gg ilu uuldluunu K . .Hai i Baptist Student nion A Hurrican Party, after foot- ball game fellowships, and a char- tered bus trip to New Mexico for a nation-wide student convention are just a few of the many activities planned by the executive council of the BSU for the students of State College of Arkansas. The State Baptist Convention supports the center where students are free to join in daily vesper programs. Ping pong. T.V., a kitchen, and a warm fireplace provide a friendly atmos- phere for those away from home. Students find the BSU a place for relaxation, fellowship, and worship. ws-C., Erla Mae Perry Toney Abbott Jackie Lanham Marcia Johnson Jerry Senn 1 President Enlistment Chairman Enlistment Chairman Music Chairman Worship Chairman fiv Ronnie Yarbrough Larry Hodge James White Linda Meredith Barbara Farley Jean Glenn Worship Chairman Missions Chairman Service Chairman Publicity Chairman Social Chairman Study Chairman 307 308 Missionar Baptist Fellowship In 1959 the third Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship was formed at SCA. Since each MBSF is sponsored by a local American Baptist Association church, the North Conway Missionary Baptist Church sponsors SCA's MBSF. The purpose of MBSF is to promote Christian fellowship on college campuses. SCA's chapter is composed of regular members of ABA churches, and associate mem- bers of other churches who seek the warm Christian fellowship found within the group. Having purchased their own bus, the group travels statewide, giving programs at other MBSF groups and churches. Presently, MBSF sponsors Sunday afternoon religious services at the Meadow- lake Nursing Home. Billy Booth Danny Amold Patricia MCCHTW President Vice President S6CF6t2lI'y- Treasurer Pansy Speer Linda Bennett Reporter Music Director Almond, Pat Branscum, Lorna Brockington, Shirley Crawford, Vickie Dollar, Earlene Foster, Jane Goode, Nancy Groom, Meredith Jackson, Mary Lou Jenkins, Orville Kirkpatrick, Patsy Landon, Sherry Little, Glenda McSwain, Edith 0'Dell, Grace Richardson, Jan Robinson, Linda Rogers, Donna Rutledge, Alice Rutledge, Elaine Smith, Brenda Swan, Betty Taylor, Becky Westerfield, John Members of Chi Alpha pack necessities for the Spring retreat, Bolt, Laverna Canada, Ronnie Cox, Gerald Dickens, Bernita Holder, Wilma Johnson, Ann Lemley, Charles Liles, Carolyn Morgan, Bill Works, Barbara hi Alpha Chi Alpha, a religious organi- zation of the Assemblies of God, was first organized on campus in 1963. The SCA group is known as the Beta Omicron Chapter of the National Christ Ambassadors De- partment, College Division. Chi Alpha was organized to provide a Christian atmosphere on the campus, and to aid students in their spiritual life. The SCA chap- ter takes part in a state-wide re- treat at Hot Springs in the Fall, and four state retreats in the Spring in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas. Patsy Young Thelma Young Jo Terrill Jesse Emerson President Vice President Secretary Sponsor ws' 310 Newman lub The Newman Club, the first club for Catholic college students. was formed in 1893 by five medical students at the University of Penn- sylvania. The organization was named the Newman Club in honor of Cardinal John Henry Newman. their chosen patron. The purpose of the Newman club on a secular college campus is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a well-balanced program of religious, intellectual. and social activities. Charles Hamling Carl Freyaldenhoven Carolyn Cerrato Mary Nahlen President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Frederick Basco Sponsor Marie Schichtl Sponsor Arrendall, Evelyn Arrendall, Richard Berry, Ernest Berryman, Angelia Beveliaque, John Borengasser, Mary Breeden, James Breeden, Mary Bryant, Mary Butler, Michael Butler, Woodrow Carlson, Robert Carter, James Cerrato, Carl Colquitt, Sharon Culpepper, James Daughtery, Patricia Dayer, Raymond Eley, Roland Enderlin, Virginia Etzkorn, Danny Falcinelli, Patrick Faulk, Charles Forte, Joe Franz, Myra Freyaldenhoven, Eidie Freyaldenhoven, Kay Futrell, Catherine Greco, Frankie Griffith, Ronnie Grummer, Catherine Hambuchen, Linda Hambuchen, Sharon Hauser, Jeannine Hawks, Jane Hawks, Judi Hollis, Benny Huddleston, James Hunkapiller, Linda Jacobs, Linda J arolim, Annette Jarolim, Carol Kaelim, Patty Lipsmeyer, Paul Luyet, Ronnie Mattingly, Linda Mattingly, Nancy McCaig, Rose ff YT .al '41, ., . ,I 'P if 4? W 'L 'fb '-1 Jael' V , if mg., I , .SQ -in J,--L scsese J KY? 312 1? Viz, . In fihlggii Mentgen, Robert Miesner, Donna Miesner, Linda Moix, Raymond Moore, David Nahlen, Frank Pennartz, Tracy Pierpaoli, Betty Quinney, Mary Rivers, Donald Sabo, Beverly Schichtl, Shelby Sharrock, Mike Shivey, Janet Silveria, Sherry Simon, Kay Simon, Mary Simon, Theresa Stiefvater, Jim Strack, Kenneth S track, Ronald Suva, Betty Szczypian, Steve Thessing, Glenda Thessing, Ronnie Willems, Mary Williams, Mary Wilson, Dorothy Woolever, Nikki Worm, GiGi Fellowship of Christian thletes 'ti' 'xv'-If 'hill' i Bill Griffith Billy Hughes Bobby Allison Co-President Co-President Secretary-Treasurer w w l Dr. A. W. Burks Dr. Jeff Farris Coach Bill Nlltlel' Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Brown, Paul Brown, Tommy Campbell, Jim Carter, Phil Esch, Phil Floyd, Chaney Floyd, Steve Ford, Bob Fortner, Jerry Holden, Donnie Johns, Butch Jones, George King, Dick Larkan, Johnny Lynch, Danny Marshall, Tommy Meadors, Allen Mentgen, Bob Moore, Eddie Musgrove, Jody Potter, Larry Richardson, Ricky Stephens, Richard Taylor, George Tiner, Bobby Warrington, Dick Weber, Mike Wren, Greg The purpose of F.C.A. is to confront athletes and coaches, and through them the youth of our na- tion, with the challenge and adven- ture of following Christ in the fel- lowship of the Church. These men share their experiences with one another and try to evaluate them in the light of Christian ethics as they understand the teachings of Christ. Such a program, it is believed, pro- motes a better attitude toward the athlete's role in team sports and widens his influence as a Christian. ak fo' xg: ar' -.,,... N. We -Q' v fovnidfvi 313 314 Association of Christian tudcnts The Thanksgiving Service, the Christmas Candlelight Service, Re- ligious Emphasis Week, Easter Sunrise Service, and the Campus Carnival are only a few of the ac- tivities made possible by the ACS to promote a Christian atmos- phere on the campus. Being an in- ter-denominational organization, it strives to improve the spiritual life of all students and help link their spiritual thoughts with everyday problems. Right: ACS' annual Friendship Ceremony united upperclassmen, represented by Les Oliver, and freshmen, represented by Betty Baldridge. Sandra Lasiter James Futrell Joy Odom Barbara Ingram Hlldy McAtee President lst Vice President 2nd Vice President Recording Secretary C0rI'6Sp0nd1ng Secretary James Beard Linda Caven Marty Wirt Eula King V N Hukill Treasurer Music Director Song Leader Sponsor Sponsor in 1 Avance, Diane Black, Kay Kay Carlson, Linda Conner, Carol Corley, Cathy Griffith, Bill Harris, Chip Harris, Kathy Harrison, Robyn Hocott, Rod Hughes, Billy Jones, George Jucas, John Lea, Janette Meadors, Allen Nincehelser, Carol Oliver, Les Smith, Nancy Stephens, Richard Young, Patsy -""m1rm.,,, ... P BD. At the beginning of the year, Association of Christian Students sponsors a freshman get acquainted mixer picnic 316 Wes ey The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Church at work at uni- versities and colleges. It is a move- ment, a fellowship, a community of participants-both students and faculty-in the life of SCA. This organization seeks to deepen, enrich, and mature the Christian faith of college men and women. At Wesley, during the year, students are introduced to the col- lege community by means of the outstanding minister, doctors and civic personnel of Conway and other regions. Students view art exhibit on display at Wesley Center c E vcii LWY ..,. Jerry Saunders Sidney Tucker Julia Dodson Becky Wavrin Barbara Smith Gall Brown President Vice President Secretary Program Chairman Fellowshlp Chalrman Fellowship Chairman Linda Hogan Elaine Fisher Eleanor Evans Patricia Burrows Donna Crow Diane Grubbs Librarian Reporter Social Chairman Historian Publicity Publicity pf' Mike Hartwick Bill James Barbara Duke Betty Yount Kenny Hudgens Dickie Thompson Delegate to U Delegate to l Newspaper Editor Newspaper Editor Buildings and Buildings and Board of D1reCt0rS B0al'Cl of D1r6Ci0I'S Facilities Chairman Facilities Chairman I ALL-STUDENT 317 318 tudent Senate The Student Senate is a repre- sentative group much like the state legislature or any governmental body. The members are elected by the student body and are dedicated to serve to the best of their abilities. Membership is distributed among classes, dormitories, and those living off campus. The Senate is in charge of stu- dent elections, all-student social functions, and other activities which are directed to encourage ethical behavior, school spirit, and pride. Senate officers check over agenda prior to meeting. Dick King Tommy Anderson Mary Louise Doyle Leslie Capps President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Behrens, Ralph Sponsor Long, Dorothy Sponsor Adams, Gretchen Anderson, Neal Atterberry, Travis Ballard, Glenn Barnes, Jerrell Butler, Mike Butler, Woody Clements, Janice Clinger, David Dunn, Arthur Griffith, Bill Harris, Chip Hartwick, Terry Hawks, Jane Hoofman, Cliff Hunkapiller, Linda Johnson, Marcia Lipsmeyer, Paul McNair, Becky Newcomb, Brett Pippin, Laura Ross, Roger Smith, Danny Stephens, Richard Tucker, John Vann, Jamie Walderns, Judy Waldrip, David ,,f-f' We , , 1 51.5 'S - 1 H ,TS H1 EQTG: 14 off' ff if W fr t . ,W ,WW Q, --ga., 3 f -. ii leaf. - 1 A Qjkazfffagigiy, 4 Ji " 41 qi:-ff1.wjg.,1 330 , ,... -5' 3 J . . ..,- 'W wi sg-w e F M g ,. M Sw , ,Yagi 5 The Student Senate's activities ranged from pur- chasing a new Bear to sponsoring the Memphis Counts. 319 320 The SCROLL The Scroll, the yearbook of State College of Arkansas, was first published by the Echo staff in 1915. Its name was chosen by a school-wide contest in which stu- dents submitted possible names. With this fifty-second volume, another record of facts and events of a school year, 1966-67, is com- piled. Over the years, the number of pages, styles, themes, and colors have changed, but the pur- pose of the Scroll has remained the same: a record of one year in the lives of the students of SCA, published by those students. Right: Staff editors spent many hours checking, drawing layouts and rechecking. 5': ? fy: 4 J BW' 1' 'ir' Jan Tuttle Tommy Anderson Dorothy Finklea Chris Baker Janice Clements John Beveliaque Editor Business Manager Advisor Assistant Editor SCA Editor Campus Editor Cheryl Lackner Sara Carpenter Robin Harz Gwen McGriff Jay Guiltner Charles Nixon Administration Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Classes Editor Photographer Photographer Adams, Gretchen Crenshaw, Shalah Dean, Becky Edgar, Brenda Galloway, Sylvia Gunter, Elaine Harrison, Robyn Hunkapiller, Linda Johnson, Kristen Lea, Janet Lindsay, Mary Flo Linneman, Ann Lipsmeyer, Paul Perry, Erla Mae Pryor, Brenda Ross, Roger Thompson, Kathy Tucker, Connie Walderns, Judy Wright, Lynn mav- Kfiw 'hm 'Q 'QQQ1' P1 QW? 1 ki- ,ga J JV -ff" ' fx! , A, be-Q Scroll activities began with Ben Red Studio taking student pictures. 321 322 The ECHO The Echo, established in 1909, is the weekly newspaper at SCA. It is edited and staffed by student vol- unteers interested in journalism and creative writing. The printers at the Conway Printing Company co-operate with student editors and set the copy in type. After a week of pictures, writing, and final proofreading, the Echo appears Friday mornings. The Echo is a member of As- sociated Collegiate Press ACPA, and Columbia Scholastic Press As- sociation. Right: Typical of a publication's editor, Paul R. Ramsey spends a lot of time at a typewriter. Paul R. Ramsey Dorothy Finklea Marilyn Coulter Tommy Jackson Paul Brown Editor Sponsor News Editor News Editor Sports Editor Jay Guiltner James McElmurry Charles Nixon Donald Rivers Jim Thurman Photographer Photographer Photographer Cartoonlst Cartoonist -'TNQ nur, 2 if Floy Avants Barbara Duke Benny Hollis Larry Kennedy Allen Meadors Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Bob Mentgen Larry Skinner Donald Thompson Deanna Newland Reporter Reporter Reporter Typist Staff members make plans for coming edition of weekly ECHO. 323 324 C eerleaders One of the most important groups for promoting school spirit at SCA is the cheerleaders. They boost the Bears to victory by lead- ing students in cheers at bon-fires. parades. football games. basketball games, and other various events. They also Work to preserve sports- manship, a very important factor in school spirit. The cheerleaders are spon- sored by the Royal Rooters. and chosen in the spring on a try-out basis. Nancy Smith Mary Louise Doyle Head Cheerleader i Carolyn Fagan Sylvia Galloway Suzie Mabry vga,- 3 -f Linda Russell Betty Ussery Susan Wilson 325 326 T-Steppers First row: Sara Carpenter, Trisha Cheshire. Second row: Becky Dean, Sheila Fields, Dorcas Campbell, Betsy Buckingham, Becky Howell. Third row: Judy Greenly, Elaine Gunter, Linda Chambers, Ann Sybert, Sue Ramoly, Sara Gordon, Donna Venable. Fourth row: Under the guidance of Mrs. Lee Spencer, the T-Steppers per- formed at the Bear football and basketball games. Early in the fall they appeared on television as they marched in the Arkansas Livestock Exposition parade. Choreography throughout the year was handled by Sara Carpen- ter. Co-captains Ann Linneman and Trisha Cheshire led the girls dur- ing their performances. Because of the co11ege's change of name, the group will re- ceive new uniforms as well as a new name next year. Ann Linneman leads the T-Steppers during a performance. Shalah Crenshaw, Liz Redditt, Diane Newkirk, Connie Patty, Sharon Wallace, Margaret Schisler, Diane Keene. Fifth row: Sandra Holt, Judy Robinson, Barbara Cline, Betty Qualls, Carol Ann Crabtree, Mary John Turner, Ann Oliver. ww-'M xx' ,li E w Pr f M E' xi. ' I, F, vig, S ,..- ' ni is W Ni, i X. V L' 'v 22 V if i " S , g y 5 ji- S ... 4 E K, , 1 '- Q S r all I z QQ i Majorettes A313 X I Q4-., J A 7 . f 1 A l y .iii , C 'A 312- C 'Lf ' 15, sk Q :E 01.15 Z! R X P Rig SCA Majorettes Feature Twirlers , .ir V V y i Q, is J. ' ., ' ir' ' .. ' mx 4' .. V .N V ! ' ' fa:-f XX eses ' 1 . J Q f H 4' "iff '. if. I . "I mu' L L .. 1- if L:'L 3 W ' . ,J . F 'S' i n 5 e K Phyllis Lemke Sandra Bradley Shirley Duncan Ginger Owens Debbie Bailey ' lf' 'gg 'fl ga I g i ev 'r ,D el, . sk. r 9, ii l K , ff' L "', ' L3 Il l gig if .1 - Joyce Flanagan Sally Jefferies Pam McGuire Annabelle Moore Patty Vance 327 328 SCA Band SCA Band - First row, left: Kay Sanders, Sandra Bradley, Suzie Payne, Linda Ward, Liz Gooden, Jean Patrick, Fredda Prothro, Brenda Wright, Pam McGuire, Debbie Bailey. Second row: Bobby Bethurem, Lois Greenelsh, Gary Moore, Dennis Bonge, Sue Nelson, Don Halverson, Susan Harris, Clint Hawkins, Betty Roberts, Nancy Flanagan, Darrel Horton, Sara Edwards, Jerry Higgenbotham, Sue McCracken, Paul Ellis, Jan Emberton, Ginger Owens, Jerry Hennis, John Knight, Annabell Moore, Phyllis Lemke, Jean Redfern. Third row: Karla King, Jan DeSalvo, Mary Ruth Wyatt, Jimmy Sparks, .Jerry Senn, Wayne Grommett, Paul Reding, Mike Trusty, Sally Mc- Lemore, Richard Knox, Bryon Crowder, Paul Price, Dallas LaFleur Barry Moore, Forrest Williams, Kay Miller, Lonnie Patterson. Fourth row: Dennis Wilf, Les Oliver, Jane Anderson, Greg Phifer John Bradley, John Arnhart, Walter Partridge, Frank Birdwell, Jer- ry Mitcham, Richard Carter. v 1 Homer Brown Director The "Bear Bandw is surely one of the most important organizations on the campus of State College of Arkansas. The 'tMarching Bears" furnish half-time entertainment at football and basketball games and they supply the needed pep to boost school spirit during the games. The Band is also a concert band and presents a Christmas con- cert and one in May each year plus various concerts away from the campus. Besides marching in parades and playing at pep meetings the band is called on more than any other group and sometimes with only short notice. They always manage to find time and do a splendid job. The director is Mr. Homer Brown, and the associate director is Mr. PatHasty. SCA BAND Flutes: Debbie Bailey, Sandy Bradley, Elizabeth Baritone Saxophone: Jerry Senn. Gooden, Pam McGuire, Jean Patrick, Fredda Prothro, Kay Sanders, Linda Ward, Brenda Wright. Bassoons: John Knight, Ginger Owens. Horns: Don Hlaverson, Clinton Hawkins, James Hol- comb, Bill Phelps. Piccolo: Suzie Payne. Bb Clarinets: Bobby Betherum, Dennis Bonge, Paul Ellis, Lois Greenelsh, Susan Harris, Jerry Higgin- botham, Darrel Horton, Gary Moore, Sue Nelson, Betty Roberts. Cornets: Byron Crowder, Wayne Grommett, Richard Knox, Sally McLemore, Paul Reding, Mike Trusty. Trombones: Charles Epperson, Kay Miller, Barry Oboe: Phyllis Lemke, Moore, Lonnie Patterson, Forrest Williams. Alto Clarinets: Jerry Hennis, Annabelle Moore, Jean BaI'it0n0S2 Dal1asLaFleur, Paul Price. Redfern. Tubas: John Arnhart, Frank Birdwell, Richard Carter, Bass Clarinets: Sara Edwards, Jan Emberton, Nancy Jerry Mitcham, Walter Partridge. Flanigan, Sue McCracken. Percussion: Jane Anderson, John Bradley, Les Oliver, Alto Saxophones: Jan Desalvo, Karla King. Greg Pfifer, Dennis Wilf. Tenor Saxophones: Jimmy Sparks, Mary Wyatt. Brass Choir Brass Choir - Fil'Sl POW, left: Pal Hasty, Kay Miller, Sally McLe- Wayne Grommet, Lonnie Patterson. Third row: Paul Reding, Frank more, Don Halverson. Second row: Dallas LaFleur, Richard Knox, Birdwell, 329 330 Choir Choir - First row, Left: Lottie Harbour, Gloria Wilson, Judy Ham- buchen, Carolyn Shipman, Sandra Pierce, Kathy Henson, Linda Carl- son. Second row: Synette Hubbard, Joannie Farrar, Eugenia Winters, Diane Cloverdill, Dora Falls, Kaye Cole, Pat Teague, Janice Garri- son, Sue Berch. Third row: Roberta Hutchings, Judy Spencer, Janice Phillips, Arlouene Van Horn, Linda Halbrook, Sally McLemore, Mae Brewer, Shirley Holt, Becky Street, Kristen Johnson, Donna Meadows, Wanda King. Fourth row: Carol Alexander, Joe Hambric, Kathy Southerland, Pat White, Sue Gunn, Pansy Spear, Vicki Craw- The College Choir, an active performing organization under the direction of Dr. Howard Groth, pro- vides entertainment on campus both serious and light in nature. The Choir participated in the dedication service of Arkansas' Educational Television station, KETS, located in Conway, presented ford, Gretchen Adams, Sandra Harrelson, Gail Stevens, Chris Miles, Dina Wallace. Fifth row: Terry Walson, Jerry Hennis, Carolyn Robb, Mary Ann McCrea, Ginger Owens, Liz Gooden, Connie Cur- ren, Erika Diles, Vicki Williams, Sarah Swan, Shirley Healy, James Carleton, Charles Faulk, Sixth row: Bobby Griffis, John Jucas, Jeff Stroope, Les Oliver, Rod Hocott, Jim Rushing, James Huddleston, Richard Knox, J.B, Robertson, Bill Griffith, Roger Ross, Doug Neilson, Jerry Saunders. a program of Christmas music in conjunction with the Little Or- chestra, and taped a portion of the same program for broadcast on the Mutual Broadcasting Network, par- ticipated in the midnight Candle- lighting Service, and presented a program of Lenten music, and folk songs. Dr. Howard Groth Director Choir officers: Lottie Harbour, secretary-treasurer, Roger Ross, president, Les Oliver, vice president. Y :' - MW- M111-iu.1::sv ::swfwaxsg:f .::-rr .. .. A , , , N. 1 , -1-ffwwwmxmw' , .,,, .W Q 1 w t 3 The SCA Choir performed at dedication of educational television station KETS, 331 Little Symphon 332 Little Symphony - First row, Left: Horace Adams, Sylvia Mace, Kay Miller, Charles Faulk, Sandra Bradley, Dallas LaFleur, Sue Evans, Hazel Long, Elizabeth Mulchy. Second row: Neal Buffaloe. Bonnie Buffaloe, John B. Robertson, Dennis Wilf, Karen Sanders, Phyllis Lemke, John Knight, Donald Halverson, Catherine Henze, Jane Holt, Elizabeth Owens. Third row: Dr. Carl Forsberg, Sally McLemore, Wayne Grommet, Paul Reding, Dennis Bonge, Robert Bethurem, Lonnie Patterson, Frank Birdwell, Tommy Harris, Sara Edwards, John Arnhart, Carl Forsberg Director The symphony orchestra at State College of Arkansas, presently conducted by Dr. Carl Forsberg, 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, given in con- junction with the College Choir, and the annual spring concert in May. In addition, the symphony plays for the spring musicals. Violin I: Horace Adams, Sylvia Mace, Neal Buffaloeg Bonnie Buffaloe, John B. Robertson. Violin II: Kay Miller, Charles Faulk, Dennis Wilf. Cellos: Hazel Long, Elizabeth Mulchy, Catherine Henze, Jane Holt, Elizabeth Owens. Oboe: Phyllis Lemke Bassoon: John Knight Horns: Don Halverson Trumpets: Sally McLemore, Wayne Grommet, Paul Reding. Clarinets: Dennis Bonge, Robert Bethurem. Trombone: Lonnie Patterson. Tuba: Frank Birdwell. Percussion: Tommy Harris, Sara Edwards. String Bass: John Arnhart. Tophatters T -- sr-ww sf..wa.f Tophatters - First row, left: John Knight, saxophoneg Karla King, Forrest Williams, tromboneg Lonnie Patterson, trombone. Third saxophone, Jerry Hennis, saxophone, Charles Faulk, piano, Tommy row: Paul Reding, trumpet, Wayne Grommet, trumpet, Sally McLe- Harris, drums, John Arnhart, string bass. Second row: Pat Hasty, more, trumpet, Mike Trusty, trumpet. lead trumpet, Dallas LaFleur, bass trombone, Kay Miller, trombone, Patrick Hasty Director The Tophatters were organized as a college dance band in the fall of 1935 by a grant of Music Scholar- ships authorized by President Mc- Alister. Mr. H. L. Minton was ap- pointed faculty sponsor and was directed to find the players and to organize them into a playing unit. The search for players was done in the summer of 1935 and John Ingram of Pine Bluff was appointed as student leader. The popularity of the band was immediate and it won an award from the Cunard-White Star Steamship Lines to play on one of its liners during the summer of 1937. Its pop- ularity has continued through the years as it has served the student body at many of its formal and in- formal functions. In the fall of 1938 the name "Tophatters" was chosen by the group, which had been expanded, that year, to twelve members, in- cluding a vocalist. 333 334 Young Democrats Club The State College of Arkansas T chapter of the Young Democrats Club was organized in the fall of 1962 and is one of many in the na- tion. The clubs in Arkansas have been divided into districts and the S.C.A. club is the fifth in the dis- trict. The organization strives to inform its members of the ob- jectives of the Democratic Party and the platforms of its candidates by creating an interest in better government. Throughout the year prominent Democratic leaders in the state are invited to speak at the meetings. Miss Marjorie Malin, State President of the Young Democrats, presents the new charter to SCA chapter president Tommy Jackson. 'Q 'if' Tommy Jackson Tom Eley Ann Stewart Linda Chambers Jan Bradford Kathy King President Vice President Recording Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Publicity Director Secretary tim, Anderson, Tommy Bailey, Cecil Bailey, Robert Berry, Janet Berryman, Angelia gg, Brightop, Gayle Brockington, Kyle Brown, Becky Brower, Diane Butler, Woodrow Clark, Richard Collier, Tomagene Corley, Cathy Cox, Sara Cox, Susan Crawford, Linda DeBoard, Charles Dixon, Diane Dodson, Julia Fuller, Larry Hall, Diane Hartwick, Billy Hill, Jane Hogan, Martha Houston, Frieda Huber, Felice Hughes, John Krick, Kathy Lea, Jeanette McCallister, Linda McCurley, Linda Melton, Louis Mentgen, Bob Minton, Linda Newland, Sherrin Pendergrass, Mary Penrod, Patricia Pryor, Brenda Rickenback, Becky Rogers, Mary Sharp, David Smith, Kaye Stanton, James Sutterfield, Leo Thompson, Donald Lf 335 336 Young Republican Club The SCA chapter of the Young Republicans, formed in 1963, in- forms its members of the main ob- jectives that the national party observes. All members are asked to par- ticipate in the activities and help in providing the student body with facts on important political issues. The club heard new views by having guests speak on problems in government. The club sent several delegates to the state convention held in Little Rock. President for the club throughout the first semester was Steve Huss. The chapter members make plans for the state convention held in Little Rock. Robin I-Iarz Chris Baker Marcia Johnson Charlotte Champion President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Alexander, Carole Ball, Becky Barham, Pauletta Boardman, Barbara Bond, Connie Bonds, Kathryn Bonds, Sharon Kay Booth, Billy Camp, James Carlson, Linda Carter, Illene Cerrato, Carl Clayton, James Cook, Joyce Foster, Carol Jane Gregory, Jesse Gruber, David Holt, Shirley Hooks, Shirley Huett, Louis I-Iuss, Mary Huss, Steve J ohnson, William Loftin, Rondell Massey, Roger McCracken, Mary Sue McSpadden, Janis Meadors, Allen Mentgen, Julie Owen, Ellen Proffitt, John Rice, Norman Rutledge, Elaine Schisler, Mary Shumard, Sandra Smith, Donna Stanley, Larry Tucker, John Williams, Mary Windle, Charles ,un-m ,pm J" W' Km ., , ,..k , kv A 1,-:lib is it A ,,k,., 3- ,,.qgi21m1i'3?V55 H I-gp, , ,i-fepurfi of -X vu- --ug, 337 338 V6t6P3H,S Club Robert Rau President Initiated during the spring se- mester, the Veterans Club is the newest organization on the SCA campus, Its purpose is to provide a social organization for a group with a similar background of experi- ences, and to provide a channel of information to the veterans about the G.I. Bill and other special benefits. Much of the semester's activ- ities were taken up with the actual organization of the club, but the group soon began taking its place as an active addition to SCA. 'Q 'Y' Julius Mitcham Joe Bearrentine Charles Hutchings Robert Caple Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Recreation Committee Membership Committee X. ff' McClintock, Simms Sponsor Patrick, Joe Sponsor Armstrong, Lester Blue, Floyd Brown, Albert Dupuy, Raymond ,fm Gregory, Eugene Griffis, Bobby Herida, John Johnson, Kenneth Leath, Sam Rau, John Schleifer, Rodney Seay, Jerel Thurman, James Trowell, Fred Wilkerson, David Wilson, Harold we Txvq-ff sw, Helping Bulld Arkansas Arkansas Power Sz Llght Company Arkhola Auto clave cured concrete blocks and brlcks sand crushed rock ready mlxed concrete Fort Smlth Van Buren Fayettevllle Sprmgdale Rogers Pme Bluff El Dorado Llttle Rock 860 Oak FA 9 2941 Everything for contractor or home owner LJ. .X W 3 yi il. Y, EW 5 7 '13 Ywliiri ld we t 1,42 A 5 . . u , Hiegel Lumber Company ADVERTISING 339 The Student Center "Your home away from home." FIRST NA TIUNAL BANK More than money. . .people are our business. OF CONWAY Village Rexall NICK'S USED CARS "Where you find the cleanest "Conway's newest Drugstore" 11S6d Cars money can buy FA9-5688 Con-Ark Village Shopping Center Highway 64-65 Conway, Arkansas QD WORLD LEADER IN COMPLETE VENDING AND FOOD CATERING SERVICE ARKANSAS CANTEEN SERVICE, INC. 3100 West 68th Ph0ne'FA9'2475 Little Rock, Arkansas 72204 Charles Alexander, Sr. - Local Manager 341 I Sherwin-Williams Paints . . . Security SWP HOUSE PAINTS SUPER KEM TONES Savmgs and Loan Assoc1at1on T Kem Glo ARTIST MATERIALS of , , , The Sherwin-Williams Co. - Ph FA 9-5721 Conway' Arkansas 1208 Oak Street one Conway, Arkansas "Save with Securityi' Monday - Powell Telephone FA 7-7771 "Conway's Finest Shoe Store" 1000 Front Conway, Arkansas 1101 Oak Street Conway, Arkansas "Thank you for your patronage. It is always a pleasure to serve you with our modern facilities and professional know how." Conway Barber Shop Fred's Discount Store Minute Man Garland 81 Harkrider 923 Front FA 9-5300 Conway, Arkansas Conway, Arkansas 342 . 1206 O k Sf T Baileys a ree Conway, Arkansas Conway's Fashion Center HIEGEL LUMBER COMPANY Conway, Arkansas Virco Mfg. Corporation Telephone FA 9-2901 ...."Mokers of..,. America's Finest School Furniture, Folding Chairs 81 Folding Tables Highway 67 South Conway, Arkansas Telephone FA 9-2901 oHA1m, 535 Qc o a 0 DQCQIWSIT "Quality Milk Products" Telephone FA 9-5230 Carlos Starkey D1str1butor 343 cov TURNER Herff-Jones Company Manufacturers of Senior Rings Herff-.Iones Company Manufacturing Iewelers 6? Stationers 1409-1419 North Capitol Avenue INDIANAPOLIS 7, INDIANA Nabholz Supply Company, Inc. Telephone FA 9-5631 608 East Oak Conway, Arkansas 924 Front Conway, Arkansas 2934 AUTO G RAP H S Refreshing remembrance xo T f rl NN YM ,V Q A176 9 QM. - x fav 1 Im Qi-Q We Mei o Q coc co co Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Arkansas Morrilton, Arkansas 545 Conway Printing Company P6 Book, Pamphlet and Commercial Printing 1302 North nse 1Funera11 Home Telephone FA 9-2441 Conway, Arkansas Model Laundry 62 Dry Cleaners 717 Parkway 1318 Oak Conway, Arkansas Conway, Arkansas C0 EM N 6001 Asher Avenue LO 5 - 1 5 5 1 . .f - 1 ' -uw' 1 1 fQl5f4-I 'CBCREAV ' 1 5- 1 N , , 1 , f' ncyirurur 5 1 'xy S 1 Nswfaff vf 5 V' Ll- !r0Mll6'IAflZ10 war , 1' 'X VA N I cozfmu MEN! numnnfuiifu 1111191111 """"'0 1 ' K LittleRock MILK MIL ' ,GH ,w ' Arkansas 346 LUCKY DOLLAR STORE NEVV AND USED CARS D A V I S MOTQR HINC' 1010 Front Street CONVVAY, ARKANSAS IRELAND DAVIS "Every Day Dollar Day', 7 41 5 GENERAL M Marion Quattlebaum Salesman Jr . . ' LT-vi zfi 'li 5- -A - R 1 "r iz " L - , , 1 'ff gggy V'A1,' i 4" "' AL a i 15 1, 5 , ' j ff- ,-.4,..g.,,, .--F.. .1..,,, , l V W , ,,,,, - T-.'.-sf?--M y Books Greetmg Cards U-, M. .. . ,v ' m..,,,,, I - . . 'A 1 'if- f Qlf'.,,ff'L j f Qi 41 -T -,-- 1,.T ' ---33.23. i. n .' f5." Sri.77f' mmf, I E 908 Front Conway, Arkansas vzesnunmr 9 .'l"4'i" or rm: fil m ' Q Uhd0rW00d PRODUCTS B11I111111II-i- it SALES ssnvlcr-: supnur-:S R E S T R T .didmeifeilfe Dffaee Cflfleefiznei de. COMPLETE OFFICE N u MACHINES -:- EQUIPMENT -:- FURNITURE HOME OF FINE FOODS C0f7WJy, Aff! GHSJS Phone Telephone wo 7-4664 405 East -mi FA 9-9701 RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS Universal Cabinet Division OK. Barber Shop of UMC 1117 Oak Street Air Vacuum System Conway, Arkansas .1 . and Manufacturer of Commercial Four Barbers for Fast Effective Service Refrigeration Company 347 o ta5tQQ W! a a a a fieez W a Meet your friends at The Tastee-Freez Highway 65 South Conway, Arkansas "The Best Buys In Town" 'l'l09 Oak Conway, Arkansas Conway Bowl 12 AMF Bowling Lanes - Snack Bar - Air Conditioned Free Instructions Free Nursery Billiard Tables Ample Parking Vilonia Highway Conway, Arkansas 5, mf: 'K it Conway Robo Wash "A completely clean car in two minutes" Chestnut and Main Conway, Arkansas ' -x. W. D. Moore, Distributor Gulf Oil Products and Moore's Butane Co. "Home-owned" Conway, Arkansas IDEAL MOTEL Highway 64-65 Conway, Arkansas Telephone FA 7-7831 Mr. and Mrs. Buck Opitz, Owners DAN-DEE DOG Highway 64 Wesf for Sandwiches-Frozen Treats-Broasted Chicken and Drinks Quality Foods-Fair Prices-Prompt Service 349 350 LFLQ H5935 , WEDDING CHAPEL if RECEPTION Room AVAILABLE S . 3 Q96 f?'iE'. A ' f , U ggi Q E . . . . . CORSWEWQ AND Specnalnzmg ln Broasted Chncken R ' PM-KW: . f 0.053 AQ -5 ----Af K WHUUXQ Vf,2EiK5 C . ' 1 Z SL on Y Service 414 Telephone FA9-5553 L VJVALA Ot Friendly 9 f0I' ,A I The Sho? '-3856 Orders to Go Q f 805 Donaghey Conway, Arkansas 1369 BRUCE lABORATORlES,lnt., PESTC NT DL Household Pest-Termite Control All Over Arkansas Home Office Box 2597 Little Rock, Arkansas Southern Dry Cleaners featuring C 0 , "lint-free, cling-free" J E w E L E R 5 W dryeleamng GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1316 Main Conway, Arkansas Conway, Arkansas One Hour Martinizing Fresh as a flower in just one hour Dri ve-I n Service 1307 Main Conway, Arkansas SANDY'S Conway's Newest Fashion Shop I IO8 Oak Conway Arkansas so I + I II iff I !H CONWAY MOTOR SALES, INC. 766 HARKRIDER sr. PHONE FA 9-5366 CONWAY, ARKANSAS 72032 Xax I YIITEMPEST UCKS FRANK BRANNAN 8. SONS DRIVE INN Simon's Grocery X Bakery Novelty Cakes ci Cakes for Special Occasions 814 Front Street Conway, Arkansas Townhouse Motel Rooms-Cafe-Pool-TV Telephone FA 9-3846 for reservations Highway 64-65 North Conway Arkansas 351 BEN RED STUDIO We use only the Best Equipment and Expert Help Your negatives are always on file here. You may order pictures from us anytime. 205 Main 51,-eef Little Rock, Arkansas Phone FRankIin 4-1746 Mr. Ben Red Mr. Roger Red 352 HThe friendly bank" Member FDIC "invites you to use its full banking service for your convenience" AUM! ZMZYSFZT LHZZZMWMWW De Board TV Sales df Service Hi-Fi 8- Stereo Home 81 Auto Radios C' f 0561125605 ii 'Ns , R Service on all makes and models Iii C " K i ,V f'1W A- 415 Oak Conway, Arkansas y i M, an ,,y, ws A i ..,, Q- ff- " Q .F .iff ' C if W icc, A Q Gai, i. 5 C - -4 o CWC H C il 'i"""'fa- is ,.-1 ---9 ,,,. , W ,-, W . ,,M,,,,,, LefIer's Fashion Shop Roy Lefler, Jr., Owner Ruth Hicks, Manager Conway, Arkan. as 1114 Oak Street Highway 65 Conway, Arkansas 353 Portraits - Weddings Groups - Proms Direct Color A Specialty member , MCNutt Funeral Home L W0 6' be .Q 3 "To serve as we would be serveclf' - 5. 3 :- g 'T' , u A4'lllS5?0 609 Locust Conway, Arkansas K "I!Rll6I.lS IHKIE c o n P o R A T g Q six E Q , if .I -VQII WOLF. rx! A ' 1455 College Ave. FA 9-6836 - -Hf- -i--- - ! I - mg: ft - 1 ' A Conway, Arkansas P O BOX 364 Across the Boulevard from CONWAY' ARKANSAS Central Baptist College CoNW7A?Ef .Never a parking problemf, LITTLE ROCK: FR 4-7491 A H Hc1mmett'sBarberShop 0 featuring saaargaz etnamftrvaa, -pl Va-ggggfgvef aaa OAK STREET FA 9-5693 Front Street Conway, Arkansas Conway, Arkansas 'tThe finest in school furniture." 54 IV AMBUCHEN ELECTRIC SERVICE if aim cached: 1008 OAK STREET FA9-3697 G,,,1,,,,c4,, RESIDENTIAL D COMMERCIAL WIRING AND SUPPLIES U LIGHT FIXTURES Compliments of The Conway Insurance Exchange EARRIS AGENCY 0lIVER-SPEAKER AGENCY WAITER DUNAWAY INSURANCE AGENCY SHAW AND COMPANY THE ROBERT l. OTI INSURANCE AGENCY RAY PRICE AGENCY HERMAN WINTERST REAITY AND INSURANCE D q 1 9 'M"'e'--N-sas, g.. x -, 1 - P ouscounrs if ,Q 21' Q ' -' ' , . .- t ' M1d-Town Shopplng Center . xl !! " SAHSFACHON V O O GUARANTEED BD N A Dgly " ' Saiisfaciion 8 a.m. till 9 p.m. Guaranteed Markham and Garland Conway, Arkansas West's Department Store Con-Ark Village Shopping Center Home of Better Values Wigs .. Martin Color EX HCollegiate Styles at Popular Prices' 918 Front Street Conway, Arkansas CONWAY SHEET METAL CO. Plumbing Heating Air-Conditioning , , 1 ' -M --57 40 vyr, ,.. Q . in It Nl ., I . ,,.,,. gk, is A -- we K f - ,,.fw,Wl-W,-, ,f 356 COUNTRY SQUIRE CASUALS Con-Ark Village Shopping Center STEED'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS USteed,s tor ycur cleaning needs" 1011 Front Street Conway, Arkansas Compliments of THE CONWAY CORPORATION 1319 Prairie Conway, Arkansas FA 9-5641 N. O. NELSON COMPANY OF ARKANSAS air-conditioning, plumbing, refrigeration, and heating supplies Phone: FRank1in 6-1327 420 Byrd Street Little Rock, Arkansas Q 922 Front Street Conway, Arkansas t'Conway's finest men's store" Pizza inn its if was IN LITTLE ROCK IN CONWAY 7626 Cantrell Road CON-Ark Villige I Block West of Mississippi ersection of Hwys. 64 I. 65 A on Highway I0 "Congratulation to the students and staff of SCA for another great year of progress." Blue Ribbon Shoe Store 1012 Oak Conway, Arkansas t'Backing the Bears since 1948" 357 QUALITY YEARBOOKS FOR HIGH SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Q , H Publishing Company, Inc. 2. QF?-E'-i9 J: uggcqlifg WALSWORTH P.O. Box 333 M a r c e I I n e, Missouri P.O. Box 222 O t f a w a, Ont., Canada P.O. Box 6091 Wiesbaden, W. Germany 358 F. 8. F. CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.. INC. 5650 yst C yAk Conway Office and School S 1 , I . mme Bus LINES upp Y nc 904 Front St t 1 , SK FAirvi 9 2861 no me S .dd C y A k Q 1 3..ruffe if W. - ' Spa u lcling S th me A k Athletic Goods Company McKinney Tire Supply Incorporated 'SC mplete Ti S ' 710 H k d 513 Center Street Little Rock, Arkan C y Ak 360 ABBOTT, ELIZABETH, 614 Faulkner, Geography. 75 ADAMS, HORACE, Route 2, History. 76 ADAMS, SUE, 2046 College, Home Ec. 78 ALLISON, GERTRUDE, 1923 Caldwell, Pub. Rel. Office. 90 AMOS, GEORGE, 1221 Clifton, English. 72 AUSBROOKS, BONNIE, 2003 Bruce, Business. 66 BASCO, FREDERICK, 325 Augusta, Business. 66 BASS, RALVA, 2303 Independence, Physics. 85 BEENE, CLINT, 2234 Lee, Dir. Rec., SC. 90 BEHRENS, RALPH, 432 Oliver, English. 72 BIRD, PAULINE, 609 Factory, Cafeteria. 90 BISHOP, MARVIN, 2128 Weems, Stud. Fin. Aid. 61,86 BLACKBURN, D. W., 111 Locust, Economics, Soc. 66 BLACKMAN, LAVONNE, 567 Locust, Lib. Sci. 80 BONDS, VIRGINIA, 1927 Prince, Math. 81 BRADFORD, PAULINE, Route 2, Lib. Office. 90 BRIGHT, RAYMOND, 1417 Garvin, P. E. 86 BROWN, HOMER, 1705 Independence, Music. 82 BROWN, KENNETH, 530 Grove, Pol. Sci. 76 BUCKLEY, RICHARD, 1319 Belhneade, Psychology. 71 BUFFALOE, NEAL, Route 4, Biology. 65 BURDICK, A. E., 222 Mitchell, Dean. 56 BURGESS, T. J ., Greenbrier, Biology. 65 BURKETT, EVA, Parkview Apt., English. 72 BURKS, ARVIL, 1606 Clfton, P. E. 86 BURNAU, SUANNE, Little Rock, Music. 82 BYRD, DONALD, 2144 Caldwell, Geography. 75 CARROLL, JAMES, State Hall, Bus., Econ., Soc. 66 CARROLL, THEDA, State Hall, Hostess. 90 CARTER, ELIZABETH, 624 Ash, Post Office. 90 CHICK, RUBY, 524 Western, Dena's Off. 90 CLARK, LAVERN, 1701 Hardy, P. E. as cooPER, HAROLD, Guy, Biology. 65 COOPER, SONNY, A43 Oak Hill Dr., Morrilton, IBM, 90 CRAFTON, LESLIE, 11 Williamsburg Ct., Bus. Off. 90 CRAFTON, MAXINE, 11 Williamsburg Ct., Pres. Off. 90 DARTER, MARTHA, 500 Lee Dr., Morrilton, Bus. Off. 90 DEAN, GUY, 230 Donaghey, English. 72 DEMPSEY, BOB, 1303 Fairlane, Bus. Off. 90 DOWNS, CHARLES, 24 Rebecca Lane, Reg. Office. 59 DUKE, LEO, campus, Sec. Officer. 89 DUNAWAY, ED, 25 Timothy Lane, Physician. 89 DUNAWAY, RUTH, 1840 College, Lib. Sci. 80 FACULTY INDEX EIDSON, HAROLD, 321 Western, Bus. Mgr. 57 ELLIS, CARLYSLE, Parkview Apts. Bus. 66 ELLIS, RAYMOND, 1305 Holloway, Morrilton, Civil Def. 69 EMERSON, JESSE, 534 Bruce, Math. 81 ERWIN, ELOISE, Rt. 4, Reg. Off. 90 ETHRIDGE, GRACE, 1106 Clifton, Ext. Off. 90 EVANS, SUE, Collegeview Apts. Music. 82 FARRIS, JEFFERSON, 518 Donaghey, P. E. 86 FARRIS, LORETTA, 1017 Watkins, Research Off. 90 FERGUSON, OLIVE, 432 Conway Blvd. Dir. Wom. Act. 58 FINKLEA, DOROTHY, 2201 Ada, Jour. 73 FISHER, OPHELIA, 2206 Bruce, History 8z PS. 76 FLOYD, KEITH, 232 Mitchell, Sp. Corr. 73,88 FORSBERG, CARL, 1301 Eastfield Dr. Music. 82 GARNETT, DON, Minton Hall, Speech. 73,258 GARNETT, PHYLIS, Minton Hall, Hostess. 90 GARRISON, CECIL, 113 Baridon, P E 8: Aud. Vis. 62,86 GLENN, AUSTIN, 1910 Bruce, Teacher Corps. 70 GRIFFITH, WAYNE, 412 Donaghey, Music. 82 GROTH, HOWARD, 1605 Robinson, Music. 82 GUFFEY, LOREN, 200 Angus, Economics. 66 HARDY, H.B., 1713 Caldwell, Education. 70 HARNESS, AUDREY, McAlister Hall, Hostess. 90 HARRISON, PEGGY, Rt. 2, Demascus, Lib. Off. 90 HASTY, PATRICK, 1524 Western, Music. 83 HATFIELD, GENE, 408 Donaghey, Art. 64 HATFIELD, NICOLE, 408 Donaghey, French. 74 HENDERSON, SHIRLEY, 2019 Independence Spec. Ed. 88 HENRY, HAROLD, 605 S. Baridon, Math. 81 HENRY, J. D., 2115 Lookout, Math. 81 HENZE, AUTHUR, 1833 South Blvd. Psychology. 70 HENZE, MARY, 1833 South Blvd. English. 72 HOBBY, LOIS, Rt. 3, History. 76 HOGGARD, NORA, 2202 Bruce, Book Store. 90 HOLDER, LORETTA, 1628 Independence, Spec. Educ. 88 HOLT, RICHARD, 1837, Robinson, Civil Def. 69 HOPKINS, CAROLYN, 1102 Western, Stud. Act. Off. 90 HOPKINS, E. R., Route 2, Education. 70 HOPKINS, GAY, 1102 Western, Business. 66 HODREON, CLIFFORD, 23 Rebecca Lane, , . 86 HUDSON, CARLOS, if 13 Stagecoach Rd. Bus. Off. 57 HUDSON, R.W., 1818 Bruce, English. 72 HUGHES, o. L., 1804 College, Math. 81 HUKILL, VIRON, 717 Western, Ind. Educ. 79 HUMBERT, JOHN, 84 Broadmoor, Rl- 4. Ind. Educa. 79 IBERG, MARVIN, 1616 Davis, Sec. Officer. 89 IRBY, GLEN, 18 Meadowbrook, Music. 82 JACOBS, DEAN E, 2209 Independence, Psychology. 70 JOHNSON, MARION, 1903 Robinson, Civil Def. 69 JONES, MABEL, Denny Hall, Hostess. 90 JOYNER, SUSAN, Bernard Hall, Nurse. 89 KEATHLEY, RUBYNELLE, 1822 Johnston Cafeteria Off. 90 KEETER, JOLE, 226 Elizabeth, Education. 70 KEINATH, WILLIAM, 2405 S. Meadow Dr. Geography. 75 KENNEDY, FLORA, 6309 Kenwood Rd., L. R. Art. 64 KILMAN, DARRELL, 705 S. Elizabeth, Math. 81 KING, EULA, McAlister Hall, Hostess. 90 KINSER, RAY, 13 Meadowbrook Dr. Biology. 65 KIRKWOOD, ROBERT, 1616 Independence, Biology. 65 KOON, FRANK, 233 Oliver, Placement. 62,86 LACY, MARCIA, 9 Timothy Lane, Sci. Bldg. Off. 90 LANCASTER, JOYCE, 802 Farris Rd., Spec. Ed. Off. 90 LARSEN, WILLIAM, 2229 Robinson, History. 76 LEWIS, B.A., 702 Western, Dean, Grad. St. 66 LINDSAY, ALMERIA, Home Mg't Home, Home Econ. 78 LIPSMEYER, PHILIP, 840 Watkins, Civil Def. 69 LISENBY, WILLIAM, 338 Augusta, History. 76 LONG, DOROTHY, 546 Rebecca Lane, Math. 81 LOVE, HAROLD, Farris Road, Spec. Educ. 88 LOWELL, REX, 327 Augusta, P. E. 86 LOWRY, FLETCHER, 94 Rebecca Lane, P. E. 86 LYNCH, AUDIE, 1958 Hillman, Education. 70 MCALISTER, FRANK, 404 Western, Bus. Econ. 66 McCLINTOCK, SIMMS, 227 Elizabeth, Pol. Sci. 76 McELROY, FAYE, 1908 Scott, Bus. Office. 90 McGEE, LUCRETIA, 11011!2 E. View, Morrilton, Lib. Office. 90 McGEHEE, EARL, 327 Angus, Math. 81 McKINNEY, MARY, 319 Ash, Sci. Office. 90 MACHEN, ANN, Parkview Apts. P. E. 86 MAGNESS, LARRY, 418 Augusta, Business. 66 MANES, CARRIE, Conway Hall, Hostess. 91 MANION, JERALD, 333 Mitchell, Chemistry. 68 MAYHUGH, JAMES, 612 6th. St. Psychology. 70 MILBURN, GENEVA, 1725 Clifton, Cafeteria Off. 91 MINTON, RUTH, Short Hall, Hostess. 91 MONTGOMERY, EMILY, 2333 College, Dietician. 89 MONTGOMERY, HOWARD, 2333 College, Dir. of Cafeteria. 89 MOORE, JEWEL, 222 Ash, Biology. 65 MOORE, ROBERT, 1168 Gist, Speech. 72 MOORE, WADDY, 2601 Robinson, History. 76 MOOSE, MAY, 500 Green, Morrilton, English. 72 MULCHY, ELIZABETH, Rt. 2, Malvern, Music. 82 MURRAY, NOLAND, 2409 S. Meadow Dr., Philosophy. 84 NOGGIES, FRANCIS, Route 2, sc. 91 NOLTE, EUGENE, 112 Mitchell, English. 72 NUTTER, BILL, 831, Ash, P. E. as O'DONELL, MARY, 1627 Davis, Placement Off. 91 O'DWYER, BERNARD, Parkview Apts. Ind. Educ. 79 O'KELLEY, NED, 2111 Louvenia, Ind. Educ. 91 OSBORNE, MOLSIE, 1931 Robinson Nursery. 91 OSBORNE, W. H., 1931 Robinson, Research. 59 OTTO, DOROTHY, 1544 Clifton, SC Office. 91 OWENS, RUBY, Rt. 2, Greenbrier, Civil Def. 91 PARKS, LIMUEL, 925 Mitchell, Chemistry. 68 PATRICK, JOE, 1305 Davis, For. Lang. 74 PATTERSON, MABEL, 46 Rebecca Lane, Education. 70 PAUL, GEORGE, 2012 South Blvd., Chemistry. 68 PHILLIPS, LEONARD, 240 Donaghey, Music. 82 POLK, E. C., 314 Western Apts. English. 72 POWERS, JUDY, 1938 College, Pub. Rel. Off. 91 PRAY, HAROLD, Rt. 3, Clinton, Physics. 85 A ABBOTT, TONEY E., 2, Rt. 1, Box 85, Cabot, Ark., 186,307 ACKERMAN, CONNIE D., 1, Box 144, Mountain View, Ark., 208 ADAMS, DANNY EDWARD, 2, Rt. 1, Box 264, Benton, Ark., 186 ADAMS, DOROTHY JUNE 1,2, Box 50, Compton, Ark., 186 ADAMS, GENE DARROW, 4, Route 2, Beebe, Ark., 170 ADAMS, GRETCHEN, 2, 7410 Carleton, St. Louis 30, Mo., 95,117,186,262,286, 318,321,331 ADAMS, JAMES WESLEY, 1, 166 Rodgers, Marianna, Ark., 208 ADAMS, JIMMY D., 3, General Delivery, Leslie, Ark., 170 ADAMSON, JACKIE GRIMES, 2, Conway, Ark., 175,186 ADCOCK, MARY, 2, 1511 Skyline Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 186 PRINCE, DENVER, Rt. 3, Beaverfork Lake, Physics. 85 RICH, HOMER, 114 Center, Chemistry. 68 RICHARDSON, LORA, Arkansas Hall Hostess. 91 RICKARD, DONALD, 2209 Lee, Civil Def. 69 ROBINSON, CORINNE, 827 Center, Reg. Office. 91 ROBINSON, MARY, 425 Augusta, English. 72 RODGERS, MARIE, Grandview Heights, English. 72 ROOK, ORVILLE, 1808 Duncan, History. 76 ROTH, ALMA, Conway Hall, Hostess. 91 ROWDEN, HOYT, 371 Mitchell, Biology. 65 ROZZELL, RAMON, 12 Broadmoor, For. Lang. 74 SACHSE, GLADYS, 240 Donaghey, Lib. Sci. 80 SCHICHTL, MARIE, 414 Conway Blvd., Art. 64 SCOTT, MARY, Parkview Apts., Home Ec. 78 SCOTT, MIRIAN, 1122 Mitchell, Education. 70 SELLERS, BONITA, Route 1, Switchboard. 91 SHAW, JOE, Route 2, College St., Sociology, 66 SMITH, TOMMY, Doyne Hall, Pub. Rel. 61 SMITH, BETTY, Doyne Hall, Hostess. 91 SMITH, VIRGINIA, 2015 Jefferson, Bus. Office. 91 SNOW, SILAS, 140 Donaghey, President. 55 SOUTHERLAND, ROJANA, 2505 Robinson, Bus. Office. 91 SPENCER, LEE, 2002 Prince, Librarian. 80 SPENCER, WILLA, 2002 Prince, P. E. 86 STARK, BERT, Minton Hall, Education. 70 STARK, SARA, Minton Hall, Hostess. 91 STEINBECK, MIKE, 230 Donaghey, Bus. Off. 91 STEWART, MARY, 1818 South Blvd., Spec. Educ. 88 SYLAR, JAMES, 232 Donaghey, Dir. Stu. Act. 58 TEETER, CHARLES, ffl Timothy Lane, Dir. Dev. 61 TERRELL, CURTIS, 1903 Bruce, Business. 66 TERRY, FRANCES, 240 Donaghey, English. 72 THOMPSON, SUE, 222 Ash, Home Ec. 78 THRONEBERRY, JIMMY, 1903 South Blvd. Biology. 65 TILDEN, MILDRED, Bernard Hall, Hostess. 91 VARNER, BIRDIE, 1316 Robins, Bus. Dept. Off. 91 WACHTENDORF, ONA, 130 Locust, Business. 66 WALTERS, OPAL, 135 Mitchell, Lib. Sci. 80 WARE, JAMES, 2226 Lee, Philosophy. 84 WEBB, FRANCES, 1826 Simms, Home Ec. 78 WHITE, JOE, Route 2, Bookstore. 91 WHITE, S. D., . .2 Rebecca Lane, Ext. Office. 60 WHITE, ESTELLA, A42 Rebecca Lane, Math. 81 WILKERSON, FLORENCE, Wingo Hall, Assoc. Nurse. 89 WILKERSON, DAVID, Wingo Hall, Host. 91 WILKINS, CAROLYN, 411 Donaghey, V.A. Office. 91 WHJLIAMS, ABBIE, 44 Rebecca Lane, Grad. Studies Off. 91 WILLIAMS, BETH, Bernard Hall, Hostess. 91 WILMUTH, COLLEEN, Route I, Bus. Office. 91 WILSON, MARIE, Route 2, Greenbrier, Bus. Office. 91 WIMBERLY, NOBLE, Campus, Maintenance, 89 WIMBERLY, ELSIE, Campus, Maintenance. 91 WITHERSPOON, PAUL, 603 S. Elizabeth, Testing 8: Psy. 62 WOOLE, ROY, 803 5th, St., Bookstore, Mgr. 89 YOUNG, BETTY, 804 Watkins, English.72 ZAFFIRO, WILLIAM, 240 Donaghey, Psychology. 70 STUDE TI DEX ALBAUGH, THOMAS EARL, 1, Route 4, Box 446D, Hot Springs, Ark., 140,208 ALDRIDGE, CINDY A., 1,2016 S. Van Buren, Little Rock, Ark., 208,291 ALDRIDGE, JOY, 2, Little Rock, Ark., 290 ALEXANDER, CAROLE E., 2, Box 12, Casa, Ark., 186,331,336 ALEXANDER, CHARLES W., 2, 915 West 47th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 186 ALLEN, BARBARA J., 3, Route 1, Heber Springs, Ark., 170,252,254 ALLEN, EARL J ., 2, Route 2, Mountain Home, Ark., 186 ALLEN, MARILYN KAY, 1, 19 Pine Tree Loop, N. Little Rock, Ark., 208,282 ALLEN, PHILLIP LEON, 1, Route 1, Box 213, Sheridan, Ark., 208 ALLEN, VICKI LYNN, 1, 5009 Stratford, N. Little Rock, Ark., 208 ALLGOOD, PAUL L., 2, Floral, Ark., 170 ALLISON, ROBERT C., 2, 1923 Caldwell St., Conway, Ark., 125,186,300,313 ALLISON, RODNEY CLARK, 3, 151 Ohio Circle, Jacksonville, Ark., 296 ALMOND, HOLLY JANE, 1, Route 2, Holly Grove, Ark., 208,287 ALMOND, PATRICIA ANN, 2, 251 W. Mark, Batesville, Ark., 186,308 AMBORT, ERNIE J., 2, 4 Pleasant Pl. Cr. Little Rock, Ark., 186 ANDERSON, J. RONALD, 2, Rt. 2, Lonoke, Ark., 187,299 ANDERSON, JAMES NEAL, 2, 512 W. Front, Lonoke, Ark., 187,299,318 ANDERSON, JANE E., 1,1710 Elm, Pine Bluff, Ark., 208,293,328 ANDERSON, JOHNNY R., 3, Rt. 1, Pangburn, Ark., 170,296 ANDERSON, LESLIE F., 4, 512 W. Front, Lonoke, Arkansas, 100,150,256,285,298 ANDERSON, PHYLLIS, 220 Dover, West Memphis, Ark., 247 ANDERSON, THOMAS G., 3, Route 5, 5 Pine Mt. Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 107,170,252,256,302,318,320,334 ANDERSON, TIMOTHY W., 2, 13 Sandra K. Dr., N Little Rock, Ark., 208 ANDERSON, WILLIAM L., 1, Route 5, Pine Mt. Addn., Little Rock, Ark., 208 361 362 ANDREWS, ROBERT R., 3, Box 768, Conway, Ark., 170 ANTHONY, JONATHAN K., 2, Rt. 4, Box 92 Conway, Ark., 139,187,302 APPLE, MARSHALL F. JR., 1, 179 S. Poplar, Marianna, Ark., 208 ARCHER, PATRICIA KAY, 1, Wright, Ark., 209,266 ARENDALL, EVELYN ANN, 1, 508 Ingram St., Conway, Ark., 209,310 ARENDALL, RICHARD H., 2, 508 Ingram, Conway, Ark., 187,310 ARGO, SUE M., 3, 3517 Walker, Little Rock, Ark., 258 ARMSTRONG, LESTER K., 4, Route 3, Arkadelphia, Ark., 150,258,270,338 ARNHART, JOHN H., 3, Highway 65, Clinton, Ark., 170,272,328,332,333 ARNOLD, EULA ANNE, 2, 403 Alcorn, Hot Springs, Ark., 187,295 ARNOLD, JOHN LESLIE, 1, 402 N. Walnut, Warren, Ark., 209 ARNOLD, LINDA, 4, Route 2, Box 454, West Helena, Ark., 150,254,294 ARNOLD, THOMAS DANIEL, 2, Route 2, Box 48, Sheridan, Ark., 187,308 ARY, SHERIDAN E., 4, 214 Douglas, Berryville, Ark., 130,150 ASHBY, LEE ROY, 1, 508 N. 6th St., Augusta, Ark., 209 ASHBY, TOMMY R., 1, Toute 1, Box 42, Hughes, Ark., 209 ASK, DOUGLAS A., 3, 4323 West 10th St., Little Rock, Ark., 170,303 ASLIN, LEONARD F. JR., 1, Route 4, Hope, Ark., 209 ATKINSON, PHILLIP M., 1, 7204 Azalea, Little Rock, Ark., 209 ATTERBERRY, TRAVIS E., 3, 1421 Mitchell St., Conway St., Conway, Ark., 170,261,274,303,318 AULT, LINDA OPHELIA, 1, 603 North St., McGehee, Ark., 209 AULT, NANCY MARGARET, 1, 7 Lamont Drive, Little Rock, Ark., 209,291 AUSBROOKS, CINDY RUTH, 1, Gen. Del., Mayflower, Ark., 209 AUSTIN, JANET LYNN, 2, P.O. 106, Morrilton, Ark., 170,286 ADVANCE, DIANE I., 3, 1418 Davision, No. Little Rock, Ark., 170,268,290,315 AVANTS, FLOY HELEN, 3, 309 No. Bailey, Jacksonville, Ark., 171,323,331 AVEY, LURA JANE M., 4, 419 Augusta, Conway, Ark., 150,252,276 AYERS, MAURICE LEE, 4, 404 Oliver St., Conway, Ark., 150,261 B BABER, PAMELA R., 4, P. O. Box 3, Lake Hamilton, Ark., 100,151,268,288 BAILEY, CECIL J. JR., 3, 13 Shore Point Rd., No. Little Rock, Ark., 171,271,274, 304,334 BAILEY, CHARLES D., 1, 815 East 53rd, N. Little Rock, Ark., 209 BAILEY, DAVID BRIAN, 1, Reynolds, Clarksville, Ark., 268 BAILEY, DEBRA CAMILLE, 1, 1501 Carolyn, Jacksonville, Ark., 209,327,328 BAILEY, JO ANN WATSON, 3, Route 4, Conway, Ark., 151, 268, 276 BAILEY, ROBERT D., 3, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 171,334 BAILEY, THOMAS R., 2, 13 Shore Point, N. Little Rock, Ark., 187,304 BAILEY, THOMAS D., 3, 39 Meadow Brook, Conway, Ark., 127,171,302 BAILEY, VIKKI L., 2, 6912 Baucum Pike, N. Little Rock, Ark., 187 BAILEY, WILLIAM N., 4, 1605 W. 30 St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 151, 298 BAILEY, WILLIAM BAKER, 810 W. Quitman, Heber Springs, Ark. BAIN, REBECCA J ., 2, 6915 Shamrock Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 187,294 BAKER, BRYAN C., 2, 3326 Ridgemont, Irving, Texas, 187,320,336 BAKER, GLORIA K., 2, Route 5, Clinton, Ark., 187 1 BAKER, JOHN CLEVELAND, 4, 114 Walnut St., Marshall, Ark., 140,151,300 BAKER, LARRY GENE, 1, Route 1, Box 103, Elizabeth, Ark., 209 BAKER, MARY KATHRYN, 1, Route 1, Cash, Ark., 209 BAKER, PATRICIA K., 4, Rt. 3, Box 257, Conway, Ark., 151 BAKER, RICHARD L., 2, Route 3, Box 257, Conway, Ark., 209 BAKER, WANDA SUE, 1, Ward, Ark., 209, 266 BALDRIDGE, BETTY M., 1, 8229 E. Wilderness, Shreveport, La., 209,291 BALENTINE, CALLIE, 3, Big Flat, Ark., 131,252 BALL, GLORIA JEAN, 1, Route 2, England, Ark., 209 BALL, REBECCA, 3, 47 Coronado Circle, No. Little Rock, Ark., 107,171,256,268, 286,336 BALL, TRUMAN C., 1, Route 1, Hensley, Ark., 127 BALLARD, GLENN EUGENE, 1, 417 Dobbs, Benton, Ark., 209,318 BANE, DIANNA S., 4, 1527 Clifton, Conway, Ark., 151 BANGS, RANDALL RAY, 1, Mountain View, Ark., 209 BANKS, BECKY LYNN, 1, Box 251, Cotton Plant, Ark., 209 BARHAM, PAULETTA, 4, Gen. Del., Leslie, Ark., 171,336 BARKER, ODIS M., 2, Route 1, Box 138, Benton, Ark., 209 BARNARD, ROY E., 1, Route 6, Box 29, N. Little Rock, Ark., 130 BARNES, CORA S., 3, Box 342, Marshall, Ark., 171,257 BARNES, JAMES EDWARD, 1, Box 23, Bassett, Ark., 209,280 BARNES, JERRELL M., 1, 813 N. Market, Benton, Ark., 208,318 BARNETTE E. ANN, 1, Route 3, Box 105, Benton, Ark., 209 BARR, JAMES G., 3, 417 Warren, Jacksonville, Ark., 171 BARR, WINONA, 2, Route 3, Malvern, Ark., 187 BARRETT, LOREDIA D., 2, 1304 Walnut, Jonesboro, Ark., 171, 295 BARROW, DAVID L., 1, Route 2, Waldron, Ark., 210 BASS, MILLIE KATHLEEN, 1, Route 3, Vilonia, Ark., 210 BASS, REBECCA LYNN, 1, 5 Barbara Circle, Little Rock, Ark., 210,276,295 BASWELL, RAMONA MARIA, 1, 203 Rogers St., Jonesboro, Ark., 210,266,287 BATES, ALENE BURNS, 3, Box 367, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 151,266 BAUMGARDNER, GENE A., 2, 6900 Flintrock Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 116,187 BAW, JOHN D., 3, 1215 W. 43rd St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 108,171,256,303 BEACHAM, DANNY B., 2, 508 Woodlawn, Hot Springs, Ark., 187 BEAKLEY, MARY A., 2, 405 Highland, Walnut Ridge, Ark., 187 BEARD, DOYLE LEON, 3, Norfork, Ark., 171 BEARD, JAMES E., 2, 321 W. Sevier, Benton, Ark., 187,276,314 BEARD, LEROY VERN, 1, Route 1, Box 10, Clarendon, Ark., 210 BEARD, MICHAEL W., 3, 2423 N. Pierce, Little Rock, Ark., 171,296 BEARRENTINE, JOE P., 1, 209 Stone St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 210,275,338 BEASLEY, JERRY D., 3, Box 417, Cabot, Ark., 171 BEAVERS, FLETCHER W., 1, Route 1, Clinton, Ark., 210 BELFORD, LYDA JAYNE, 1, 5300 Grandivew Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 210 BELL, BRENDA KAY, 3, Vilonia, Ark., 171,266 BELL, DONNA KAY, 4, Box 74, Lead Hill, Ark., 151,266 BELL, FRANCES HICKMAN, 2, Route 2, Vilonia, Ark., 187 BELLAMY, DOROTHY ANN, 1, Cabot, Ark., 210 BELLINGER, RAY MILTON, 1, Route 2, Shirley, Ark., 210 BENNETT, GINGER A., 2, Route 2, Box 54, Holly Grove, Ark., 187 BENNETT, LINDA K., 3, Rt. 4, Box 579, Little Rock, Ark., 108,171,271,276,293, 308 BENNETT, RICHARD R., 4, 414 N. Cedar, Little Rock, Ark., 303 BENSON, PRISCILLA L., 1, 308 Charbett Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 210,258 BENSON, RONNIE LEE, 3, 1144 Walnut, Pine Bluff, Ark., 247 BENTON, LINDA, 4, 1364 Bruce St., Conway, Ark., 151,268,276 BERCH, LINDA SUE, 1, 2108 S. Carthage, Fort Smith, Ark., 210,293,331 BERRY, ERNEST H. JR., 3, 1414 Franklin, No. Little Rock, Ark., 147,171,274,304, 310 BERRY, JANET CLAIRE, 1, Hardy, Ark., 210,276,334 BERRYMAN, ANGELIA D., 2, 721 N. Main, Stuttgart, Ark., 187,275,310,334 BESANCON, CHARLES F., 2, 3720 N. Sycamore, N. Little Rock, Ark., 187,303 BETENBOUGH, T. JEAN, 1, Star Route 1, Dennard, Ark., 210,293 BETHUREM, ROBERT B. JR., 2, 9120 Merrivale Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 296, 328,332 BETTS, MICHAEL A., 2, 416 Braden, Jacksonville, Ark., 139 BEVELIAQUE, JOHN E., 2, 108 Oakridge Rd., Helena, Ark., 187,262,280,310,320 BEYER, HAROLD DOUGLAS, 1, 6 Lamont Drive, Little Rock, Ark., 210 BICKERSTAFF, JOYCE A., 2, 207 S. Chicago St., Brinkley, Ark., 187 BINTLIFF, DOYLENE, 3, 6 Bowie Point, N. Little Rock, Ark., 171 BIRDSONG, GARY LYNN, 1, 617 Hillcrest Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 210 BIRDSONG, GREGORY G., 3, 617 Hillcrest, No. Little Rock, Ark., 171,298 BIRDWELL, FRANK JR., 2, 104 Welsh, Booneville, Ark., 187,328,332 BISHOP, JERRY LYNN, 3, 705 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 171, 296 BISHOP, LARRY JAY, 1, 4911 Willow, N. Little Rock, Ark., 210 BISHOP, MARY ELLEN, 1, Box 246, Wilson, Ark.,,210 BITTLE, JUANITA J., 2, Route 3, Quitman, Ark., 187 BLACK, JOHN P., 2, 222 Center, Conway, Ark., 188 BLACK, LOUISE W., 1, 110 Baridon St., Conway, Ark., 210,291 BLACK, NANCY K., 3, 110 Baridon St., Conway, Ark., 171,290,315 BLAIR, DOUGLAS R., 3, 5211 Stonewall Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 171 BLAKELY, KATHLEEN F., 1, 1441 McBee, Malvern, Ark., 210 BLAND, BEVERLY RENEE, 1, 711 N. Oak St., Morrilton, Ark., 210,289 BLAND, FRANCES C., 3, Box 107, Ward, Ark., 171 BLAND, ROBERT PRESTON, 1, 76 Countryside Ln., Paragould, Ark., 210 BLAND, SHIELA ALICE, 1, 1618 West 44th St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 210 BLASDEL, WILBERT EARL, 2, Route N, Yellville, Ark., 210 BLEDSOE, HARRIET, 1, 2603 Colonial Ave., Pine Bluff, Ark., 211 BLEVINS, BRENDA D., 1, Route 5, Springdale, Ark., 211 BLOSSOM, DIANE HART, 4, 501 North 61!2, Paragould, Ark., 151 BLOUNT, CYNTHIA KAY, 1, 507 West 51, N. Little Rock, Ark., 211 BLUE, FLOYD D., 2, 2116 Cumberland, Little Rock, Ark., 247,338 BLUME, JACKIE LEE, 1, 1000 West Mill, Heber Springs, Ark., 211 BOARDMAN, BARBARA E., 3, Route 3, Mtn. Home, Ark., 171,252,276,336 BOARDMAN, JAMES GALE, 4, 31 Sheila Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 151,252,276 BOAST, WAYMON W., 3, 850 Claud Rd., Pine Bluff, Ark., 171,252,261,271,296 BOAST, WENDELL RAY, 1, 850 Claud Rd., Pine Bluff, Ark., 211 BOEVER, GEORGE R., 1,1l1N. Elm, Little Rock, Ark., 211 BOHANNAN, LINDA S., 3, 108 Carl Ave., Berryville, Ark., 172 BOLDING, CONLEY H. JR., 2, Box 672, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 123 BOLES, MARY H., 2, 901 E. Homan, England, Ark., 188 BOLLS, NANCY K., 2, Route 1, Carlisle, Ark., 188,282 BOLT, EDNA LAVERNE, 1,304 Ninth, DeQueen, Ark., 211, 309 BOND, CONNIE SUE, 4, 1811 Louisiana, Little Rock, Ark., 172,336 BONDS, KATHRYN ELAINE, 1, Route 2, Box 113, Shirley, Ark., 211,336 BONDS, MAURICE, 1, Route 2, Box 116, Shirley, Ark., 211 BONDS, RAYMOND C., 4, R. 3, Clinton, Ark., 130 BONDS, SHARON KAY, 1, Box 193, Clinton, Ark., 211,336 BONE, BETTY L., 3, Route 2, Des Arc, Ark., 172,266 BONGE, DENNIS KEITH, 4, 707 Blossom St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 151, 328,332 BOOKOUT, JOHNNY L., 3, Wiseman, Ark., 172,252,275 BOOLES, HAROLD F., 1, 1201 Beech, Crossett, Ark., 211 BOOTH, BILLY T., 2, Route 2, Hazen, Ark., 188,258,308,336 BORDERS, MARY LOU, 4, Rt. 2, Box 217, England, Ark., 151,268,276 BORENGASSER, MARY E., 2, 407 N. 17th St., Fort Smith, Ark., 188 BORENGASSER, WM. JAMES, 1, 407 N. 17th, Fort Smith, Ark., 211,310 BOSTIC, DANNY GENE, 1, 4619 Maple St., N . Little Rock, Ark., 211 BOTTORFF, WM. DEAN, 1, 1313 North 49th St., Fort Smith, Ark., 211 BOULLIOUN, BERNADEEN, 1, I1Belmar Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 211,289 BOUYEAR, PAMELA MARIE, 1, 24 White, Eureka Springs, Ark., 211 BOWLIN, GENEVA, 5, Hwy. 64 North, Conway, Ark., 246,254 BOWLING, BONNIE INEZ, 1, Western Grove, Ark., 211 BOWLING, BRENDA M., 4, 2129 Duncan, Conway, Ark., 151,271,276 BOWLING, JOHN E., 2, 3106 Calloway Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 188 BOYESKIE, JOHN A., 1, Box 283, Coy, Ark., 211 BOYESKIE, RONALD J., 2, Box 406, Coy, Ark., 188,271,300 BRADFORD, JUDYE JAN, 3, Highway 16 East, Clinton, Ark., 172,261,275,288 BRADLEY, JOHNNY B., 1, 303 Roosevelt Cr., Morrilton, Ark., 211 BRADLEY, SANDRA K., 4, Route 1, Harrisburg, Ark., 327,328,332 BRADY, DON HAROLD, 1, Route 1, Box 89, Havana, Ark., 211 BRAGG, RONALD EUGENE, 1, Route 1, Box 644, Benton, Ark., 211 BRAIN, BRUCE PATRICK, 1, 11700 West 12th St., Little Rock, Ark., 211 BRAINERD, JOHN GARY, 2, 42 Sunnydale Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 188 BRAMLE'I'I', MARILYN, 3, Rt. 4, Clinton, Ark., 172,279 BRANDON, TOMMY H., 1, Route 3, Searcy, Ark., 211 BRANNAN, BILLY ALVA, 1, 1938 Scott, Conway, Ark., 211,303 BRANNON, PATRICIA ANN, 1, Route 3, Morrilton, Ark., 212 BRANSCUM, KARON J ., 1, Main, Mountain View, Ark., 212 BRANSCUM, LORNA N., 2, Oxley, Ark., 188,266,308 BRATCHER, LARRY E., 1, 325 Cheryl St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 212 BRAY, CAROLYN MAE, 3, Route 3, Mtn. Home, Ark., 247 BREAZEAL, PAMELA GAIL, 1, Route 4, Box 586, Hot Springs, Ark., 212 BREEDEN, JAMES EDWARD, 1, 516 Ingram St., Conway, Ark., 212,310 BREEDEN, MARY L., 2, 516 Ingram, Conway, Ark., 188,295,310 BRENNES, RICK, 2, 1018 Clifton, Conway, Ark., 247 BREWER, BOBBY, 1, Norphlet, Ark., 212 BREWER, ELIZABETH ANN, 1, 75 Arlington Dr., Fords, New Jersey, 212 BREWER, ETHEL MAE, 2, Route 2, Mt. Vernon, Ark., 188,331 BREWER, JUDY L., 2, 1 Mark Place, Conway, Ark., 188,294 BREWER, SHARON KAY, 2, Box 408, Berryville, Ark., 188 BREWTON, JOHN, 2, 140 Ill., Jacksonville, Ark., 188 BRIDGES, LINDA G., 2, 1500 Humac St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 247 BRIDGES, MIKE D., 2, Route 1, Leachville, Ark., 130,188,300 BRIGHTOP, GAYLE ELAIN, 1, 7 Nob Hill Cove, Little Rock, Ark., 212,234 BRILEY, RAMA SUE, 1, Route 3, Box 32, Vilonia, Ark., 212,266 BRIKLEY, KEITH G., 1, 1414 West 19th, fN. Little Rock, Ark., 212 BROCKINTON KYLE WM., 1, Route 3, N. Little Rock, Ark., 212,334 BROCKINTON, SHIRLEY J., 2, 2618 E. Washington, N. Little Rock, Ark., 188, 308 BRODERSEN, GARY L., 2, Route 3, Newton, Iowa, 212 BROOK, SALLIE RUTH, 4, 1333 Viewpoint Dr., Fayetteville, Ark., 152,252,279 BROWER, DIANA EVELYN, 1, 223 Crystal Ct., Little Rock, Ark., 212,287,334 BROWN, ALBERT D., 4, Route 1, Humnoke, Ark., 152,338 BROWN, ANTHONY DALE, 3, R.F.D., Oxford, Ark., 172 BROWN, BETTY SUE, 1, Shirley, Ark., 212 BROWN, DANNY W., 2, 1601 Augusta, N. Little Rock, Ark., 188 BROWN, DARYL VAN, 2, Floral, Ark., 188 BROWN, EDWIN GLENN, 1, 26 Phyllis, Jacksonville, Ark., 212 BROWN, GERALYNN GAIL, 2, Box 3, Greenwood, Ark., 188,316 BROWN, JEROLD D., 4, Box 861, Glasgow, Mont., 152 BROWN, JERRY WAYNE, 1, 4811 West 31st, Little Rock, Ark., 299 BROWN, LARRY DEAN, 1, Rural, Oxford, Ark., 212 BROWN, LEWIS P., 2, 55 Grandvue Dr., Stuttgart, Ark., 188, 304 BROWN, LILLY ANITA, 1, 1715 West 11th St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 212 BROWN, MARTEN A., 2, Holly Grove, Ark., 188 BROWN, PAUL WAYNE, 2, 403 Kay, N. Little Rock, Ark., 137,188,303,313,322 BROWN, REBECCA LYNN, 1, 5608 Sonora Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 212,295,334 BROWN, RUTH A., 3, Route 2 Box 171, Vilonia, Ark., 247 BROWN, TERESA LOUISE, 1, 5115 Fourche Dam, Little Rock, Ark., 212 BROWN, THOMAS R. JR., 4, 914 Franklin, Helena, Ark., 100,152,256,302,313 BROWN, VIRGINIA, 1, Route 1, Perryville, Ark., 212 BRYANT, MARY VIRGINIA, 2, 3705 Olive, Pine Bluff, Ark., 188,263,265,287,310 BRYANT, ROBERT L., 3, 136 Oliver St., Conway, Ark., 172 BRYLES, BRENDA VENEE, 1, 921 West 14th St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 212 BUCKINGHAM, DORIS E., 3, 1207 Airport Rd., Hot Springs, Ark., 247,290,326 BUFFORD, JOSEPH ROGER, 1, Drasco, Ark., 212 BUNCH, LARRY W., 4, 614 N. Mill, Springdale, Ark., 131,152,301 BUNYARD, JIMMY L., 2, Box 66, Perryville, Ark., 140,188,301 BURCHFIELD, ELIZABETH, 4, 2004 E. E. Lee, N. Little Rock, Ark., 152 BURGESS, WILLIAM T., 4, Box 74, Greenbrier, Ark., 152,252,261,304 BURKS, WILLIAM M., 2, 1404 E. Woodruff, N. Little Rock, Ark., 189 BURLESON, JAMES D., 1, Carlisle, Ark., 212 BURLESON, MARY ELLEN, 1, Route 1, Box 108, Yellville, Ark., 212, 266 BURLESON, VERNA M., 1, Drasco, Ark., 189 BURNS, BETTY ANN, 1, 7400 Amherst, Little Rock, Ark., 213 BURNS, DONALD A., 4, 419 Summit, El Dorado, Ark., 152,301 BURNS, JAMES WINSTON, 2, 120 N. Rose, Little Rock, Ark., 189 BURNS, J UDITH ANN, 1, 1206 E. View, Morrilton, Ark., 213 BURNS, RUTH M., 2, 419 Sumitt, El Dorado, Ark., 189,282 BURRIS, WM. RICHARD, 2, 1717 Dennison, Little Rock, Ark., 189,301 BURROUGHS, RONALD E., 1, Box 277, Mountain View, Ark., 213 BURROW, PATRICIA RHEA, 3, P. O. Box 238, Bay, Ark., 172,266,316 BURTON, BARBARA K., 2, 723 W. Smith, Benton, Ark., 189 BURTON, JO A., 2, 1410 Bruce, Conway, Ark., 189 BUSH, FRANK LEWIS, 4, Rt. 1, Haynesville, La., 123 BUSH, IRMA LOUISE, 1, Route 1, Conway, Ark., 213 BUSH, RICKARD MILTON, 1, 7315 Indiana, Little Rock, Ark., 213 BUTKIEWICZ, JOHN E., 4, 711 Broadway, Rome, New York, 152,299 BUTLER, DANNY THOMAS, 1, 4723 Sakeshore, N. Little Rock, Ark., 138 BUTLER, DORTHA JO, 1, Tims, Tuckerman, Ark., 213, 274 BUTLER, GROVER JAMES, 1, Rt. 2, 217, Jacksonville, Ark., 213 BUTLER, MICHAEL WAYNE, 3, 1322 W. 10th St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 172,274, 2a5,304,310,31a BUTLER, WOODROW P., 3, 1322 W. 10th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 144,172,261,304, 310,318,334 BYRD, NINA SUE, 1, Route 2, Newport, C CALHOUN, PATRICK J. JR., 1,509 W. Rock, Morrilton, Ark., 213 CALLANS, ROBERT A., 2, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 189 CAMERON, ROGER D., 1, 13 Southern Pines, Pine Bluff, Ark., 213 CAMP, JAMES EDWARD, 1311 S. Uerkle, Stuttgart, Ark., 213,336 CAMPBELL, CONNIE LEE, 1, Route 2, Box 163, West Helena, Ark., 213,276,295 CAMPBELL, DORCAS L., 3, 5908 Hawthorne, Little Rock, Ark., 172,290, 326 CAMPBELL, JAMES F., 3, 1275 Dolan, Memphis, Tenn., 116,172,301,313 CAMPBELL, TOMMY C., 4, 1504 Cumberland Dr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 152, 252,270,299 CANADA, GARY RECTOR, 2, 521 E. Fordyce, England, Ark., 189,263,301 CANADA, RONNIE L., 1, 505 E. Bard, Osceola, Ark., 213,309 CAPLE, ROBERT L., 1, 701 West 18th St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 213,338 CAPPS, LESLIE, E., 4, 1514 Hanger St., Little Rock, Ark., 101,152,256,299,318 CARDWELL, GLORIA ANN, 1, 301 West 22nd, Stuttgart, Ark., 213 CARLETON, JAMES PERRY, 1, 6205 Baseline Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 213,331 CARLSEN, ROBERT EARL, 1, Pinnacle 2, Little Rock Ark., 214 CARLSON, LINDA DIANE, 1, 4008 Peggy Ann, Pine Bluff, Ark., 214,293,315,331, 336 CARMICHAEL, BUDDY JOE, 1, 607 Bella Vista Rd., Bentonville, Ark., 214 CARMICHAEL, WM. GLENN, 1, 1024 Davis St., Conway, Arkansas, 214 Ark., 213,266 363 364 CARNAHAN, JOANNE, 4, 567 Locust St., Conway, Ark., 152 CARNAHAN, ROBERT G., 4, 567 Locust St., Conway, Ark., 152 CARPENTER, SARA LEE, 3, 7215 Cloverdale Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 172, 288,320,326 CARPENTER, F. CAROLYN, 1, 4318 West 16th, Little Rock, Ark., 214,277,287 CARRELL, ROGER B., 4, Rt. 2, Box 8, Damascus, Ark., 152 CARRIGAN, SUE ANN, 1, Cabot, Ark., 214 CARTER, GRACE I., 4, 707 N. Charles, Searcy, Ark., 153,286,337 CARTER, JAMES EDWARD, 1, 700 Sixth, Conway, Ark., 214,310 CARTER, JIMMIE WOODRW, 2, Route 3, Box 46, Carlisle, Ark., 214,304 CARTER, RICHARD B., 1, 4215 Lee Ave., Little Rock, Ark., 214, 328 CARTER, ROBERT P., 4, 624 Ash, Conway, Ark., 101,122,153,303,313 CARTWRIGHT, PATSY, 4, Rt. 2, Box 173, Vilonia, Ark., 153,277 CASE, DAVID ALLEN, 1, Route 1, Box 493, Mabelvale, Ark., 214 CASTLEBERRY, ROBERT L., 1, Box 96, Des Arc, Ark., 214 CASTO, MARIA, 2, 2800 S. Marshall, Little Rock, Ark., 189 CATHEY, DORETTA ANN, 4, 5702 La Mirado, N. Little Rock, Ark., 153, 252,259,277 CATHEY, GLORIA LOUANN, 2, 103 W. Sugar Loaf, Heber Springs, Ark., 189 CATO, LENNIE LESTER, 1, Plumerville, Ark., 214 CAUGHMAN, LINDA CAROL, 3, Route 7, Fayetteville, Ark., 172,277 CAVEN, LINDA KAY, 4, 822 Righton, Helena, Ark., 153,288 CAZER, JAMES GARLAND, 1, 704 Harrison, Carlisle, Ark., 214 CERRATO, CARL LEO, 2, 5205 Allen, N. Little Rock, Ark., 189,254,310,337 CERRATO, CAROLYN J ., 3, 5205 Allen, No. Little Rock, Ark., 172,252,286,310 CHADWICK, DANA GLENN, 3, 628 N. Thirteenth St., Van Buren, Ark., 173 CHAFIN, BARBARA GAIL, 2, 311 Cherokee Cr., Little Rock, Ark., 173 CHAMBERS, LINDA LOU, 2, 9111 Auxer Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 189,290,326 CHAMBERS, NETTIE JEAN, 3, Route 2, Wilmar, Ark., 173,266,282 CHAMPION, CHARLOTTE R., 2, Route 2, Box 38, Cabot, Ark., 189,336 CHANDLER, JAMES L., 1, 339 Pearl St., Marianna, Ark., 214 CHANEY, PAMELA JEAN, 4, Rt. 4, Harrison, Ark., 153,286 CHARTON, LAVONNA E., 3, Route 2, Morrilton, Ark., 173 CHASTAIN, CHERYL D., 3, 811 Shamrock, No. Little Rock, Ark., 173 CHERRY, JIM F., 3, 701 Braden, Jacksonville, Ark., 173 CHERRY, JOHN MARSHAL, 1, 12 Pine Mtn. Rd., Little, Ark., 127,214,271 CHESHIRE, PATRICIA A., 3, 8118 W. Markham, Little Rock, Ark., 173,282, 284,290,326 CHESSER, EDGAR BANKS, 3, Route 1, Box 169, Crossett, Akr., 173,303 CHILDS, HARRY LEE, 1, 240 Leonard, Hot Springs, Ark., 214 CHISM, MARY DELENE, 1, Route 1, Plumerville, Ark., 214 CHOATE, GARTH, 2, 8118 W. Markham, Little Rock Ark., 189 CHRESTMAN, VIOLET GAY, 1, 5613 N. Marion, N. Little Rock, Ark., 214 CHRISMAN, BARBARA LEE, 2, 1515 East 8th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 189,279 CHRONISTER, JOYCE L., 1, 1924 Robinson, Conway, Ark., 214,282 CHRONISTER, RUTH A., 2, 1924 Robinson, Conway, Ark., 189 CILIBERTI, BETTYE C., 1, 4800 West 25th St., Little Rock, Ark., 214 CLANTON, DANIEL W., 3, P. O. Box 133, Harrell, Ark., 173,296 CLARK, BETTY JO, 2, 515 W. 50, No. Little Rock, Ark., 189 CLARK, C. RICHARD, 1, Route 4, Berryville, Ark., 137,214,335 CLARK, HELEN REGINA, 1, Park St., Bald Knob, Ark., 214 CLARK, JAMES RONALD, 1, 3619 Orange, N. Little Rock, Ark., 214 CLARK, JAMES WENDELL, 4, Melbourne, Ark., 153,296 CLARK, JANICE KAY, 4, Route 2, Box 104, Nashville, Ark., 153,252 CLARK, JIMMY WAYNE, 1, 6423 Crystal Valley, Little Rock, Ark., 215 CLARK, ROBERT HENRY, 2, Route 1, Box 212, Sheridan, Ark., 189 CLARY, MARY REBECCA, 1, Box 345, Star City, Ark., 215 CLAY, PATRICIA ANN, 1, Route 1, Casa, Ark., 215 CLAYPOOL, BONNIE GALE, 1, Route 3, Springdale, Ark., 215 CLAYPOOL, MARLENE SUE, 2, Route 3, Springdale, Ark., 189,293 CLAYTON, JAMES THOMAS, 3, 1017 E. Maryland, N. Little Rock, Ark., 173,337 CLEMENT, SHERRY D., 1, 406 Broadway, Fordyce, Ark., 215 CLEMENT, SUSAN LYNN, 1, Box 54, Mabelvale, Ark., 215 CLEMENTS, JANICE A., 3, 1729 Clifton, Conway, Ark., 108,153,252,257,261,288, 318,320 CLEMENTS, LARRY E., 1, Harrisburg, Ark., 215 CLEMENTS, LINDA, 1, Route 2, Cherry Valley, Ark., 215,266 CLENDENIN, HARRELL E., 2, 1828 Lee, Conway, Ark., 189 CLINE, BARBARA A., 3, 1209 Reynolds St., Clarksville, Ark.. 173,290,326 CLINGER, CAROL KERLIN, 2, Almond, Ark., 189,266,319 CLINGER, DAVID S., 2, 6404 Navajo Tr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 189 CLINGINGS, LARRY GENE, 1, Harriet, Arkansas, 215 CLINTON, RICHARD A., 2, 6410 W. Markham, Little Rock, Ark., 189,303 COAKLEY, KATHLEEN J., 1, 116 Watt, Hot Springs, Ark., 215 COATNEY, JOHN STEPHEN, 1, Highway 71 S., Fayetteville, Ark., 215 COCHRAN, BILLY JOE, 1, 1504 South La., Crossett, Ark., 215 COCKRUM, CYNTHIA A., 2, 4604 Lynn Lane, N. Little Rock, Ark., 190 CODY, MARY DEAN, 4, 109 S. Division, Morrilton, Ark., 153,277 COFFMAN, SUZY, 2, Clinton, Ark., 190 COHEN, D. RONALD, 1, 3909 Lakeshore Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 215 COHEN, MARCIA LYNNE, 2, Griffithville, Ark., 190,282 COKER, ROBERT CRAIG, 1, Route 1, Austin, Ark., 215 COLCLASURE, DALE E., 1, Box 315, Carlisle, Ark., 140,215 COLCLASURE, JAMES W., 4, Box 315, Carlisle, Ark., 140 COLE, BERTHA KAY, 2, Rt. 2, Box 151, Bald Knob, Ark., 190,331 COLE, BRENDA L., 3, Route 1, Center Ridge, Ark., 173 COLE, COY CECIL, 1, McGaughey Add., Harrison, Ark., 215 COLE, NANCY N., 3, 705 E. Frick, Harrison, Arkansas, 153,268 COLE, NORMA JEAN, 3, 14 Brickton Place, Little Rock, Ark., 173,268,294 COLEBANK, JO ANN, 2, 206 Barnett, Kensett, Ark., 190 COLEBANK, PATRICIA G., 1, 206 Barnett, Kensett, Ark., 215 COLEMAN, EDWARD I-I., 3, P. O. Box 42, Elaine, Ark., 173,304 COLEMAN, GEALY ETOILE, 4, 1117 Clifton, Conway, Ark., 153 COLEMAN, MARGUERITE L., 3, 105 Belmont Dr., No. Little Rock, Ark., 173, 284,286 COLEMAN, QUICE H., 3, Rudy, Ark., 173 COLGROVE, JAMES ARDEN, 2, Route 1, Box 996 B, Benton, Ark., 190 COLLIER, TOMAGENE, 1, Route 2, Box 63, Newport, Ark., 215,287,335 COLLINS, ROBERT L., 2, Powhattan, Cherokee Village, Ark., 173 COLQUITT, SHARON P., 4, Rt. 2, Box 454, Conway, Ark., 153,252,255,268,277,310 COMBS, CHARLES L., 1, 2112 West 18, Pine Bluff, Ark., 126 COMBS, LARRY JOE, 1, Route 2, England, Ark., 215 CONNER, BURNETTA M., 4, Box 194, Salem, Ark., 153,268,277 CONNER, CAROL ANN, 1, 2315 Robinson, Conway, Ark., 215,291,315 COOK, FRANCES EARLENE, 1, 4912 Sycamore, N. Little Rock, Ark., 215 COOK, J ACQUELYNN J ., 1, 1212 Riverdale Cove, N. Little Rock, Ark., 215 COOK, JO ANN, 1, 2700 S. Tyler, Little Rock, Ark. 215, 289 COOK, JOYCE LOUISE, 1, Route 3, Box 247, N. Little Rock, Ark., 215,287,337 COOK, PAUL M. JR., 2, 8111 Sylvan Hills, N . Little Rock, Ark., 190 COOPER, LESLIE A., 2, Rt. 3, Box 260 E, Newport, Ark., 190 COOPER, LINDA CAROL, 1, Sylamore Route, Melbourne, Ark., 216,265 COPE, MARY PARKER, 1, 216 COPELAND, LINDA A., 3, Route One, Yellville, Ark., 173,262 CORDELL, MARY KAREN, 1, 707 South Pine, Little Rock, Ark., 216,262 CORLEY, DETA C., 1, Monroe, Ark., 216, 315,335 COTHREN, JAMES WOODY, 2, Route 1, Higden, Ark., 190 COTHREN, SHARON G., 3, Route 3, Heber Springs, Ark., 173 COTTER, DAVID B., 1, 1806 Poplar St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 216 COULTER, DAVID B., 2, 1719 W. 44, N. Little Rock, Ark., 190 COULTER, MARILYN A., 3, 1719 West 44th St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 173,322 COURTENAY, CHARLES T., 2, 109 Hollywood Lane, Hot Springs, Ark., 190 300 COVERDILL, D. DIANNE, 1, Box 321, Altheimer, Ark., 216,331 COWAN, ANITA JANE, 1, Rt. 1, Box 68A, Morrilton, Ark., 216,289 COWELL, COY EDWIN, 1, Mountain View, Ark., 216 COWGER, PATRICIA A., 2, Star Route, Danville, Ark., 190 COX, GERALD C., 4, Parkview Apts., Conway, Ark., 153,309 COX, SARAH A., 3, 406 East Mill St., Malvern, Ark., 173,294,335 COX, SUSAN H., 2, 1132 Wallace St., Malvern, Ark., 173,335 CRABTREE, CAROL ANN, 2, 4 Roxbury Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 116,190,288,326 CRABTREE, SANDRA W., 4, 620 Spring, Heber Springs, Ark., 101,154,257 ,288 CRAIG, MARY ANN, 4, 1016 W. Palm, Little Rock, Ark., 102,256,293 CRALLE, KAREN, 2, 212 West Stephenson, Harrison, Ark., 190,293 CRANFORD, DENNY R., 2, 215 East 16th, Little Rock, Ark., 190 CRANFORD, NELDA M., 4, Lazy B Ranch, Wolf Bayou, Ark., 154,277 CRATON, DELORES L., 3, Rt. 2, Box 115, Jacksonville, Ark., 173 CRAWFORD, LINDA KAY, 2, 105 Pierce St., Paris, Ark., 190,293,335 CRAWFORD, VICKIE L, 2, Rt. 2, Box 230, Alexander, Ark., 190,308,331 CREEK, STEVE E., 2, 1020 Lowell Road, Springdale, Ark., 190,301 CRENSHAW, SHALAH Y., 3, 1225 Look, Little Rock, Ark., 154,288,321,326 CROCKETT, GLYNDA G., 1, Box 156, Humnoke, Ark., 216 CROOK, JANIS ARGO, 3, 3517 Walker, Little Rock, Ark., 154,252 CROSWHITE, ROY I., 1, Box 173, Bentonville, Ark., 126,216 CROW, DONNA L., 2, 302 Delmont, N. Little Rock, Ark., 190,287,316 CROW, MARTHA LOU, 2, 308 W. Willow St., Brinkley, Ark., 190 CROWDER, FLOYD BYRON, 2, 704 East 2, Sheridan, Ark., 328 CROWDER, GAYLOR SUE, 2, 826 Crestwood, El Dorado, Ark., 190,290 CROWDER, MARTHA ANNE, 2, Perryville, Ark., 190,291 CRUMP, SUSAN, 1, 2215 South R, Fort Smith, Ark., 216 CRUMPLER, ANNA J., 3, 413 No. Center, Harrison, Ark., 173,277,293 CRUSE, GARY WAYNE, 1, 119 East 14th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 126 CULLEN, JOHN RAY, 4, 3632 Kinkead, Fort Smith, Ark., 253 CULP, LINDA SHIRLENE, 3, Star Route, Hamburg, Ark., 174,266 CULP, WANDA LANELLE, 2, Star Route 2, Rison, Ark., 190,266 CULPEPPER, JAMES D. JR., 1, 103 Park Pl., Pine Bluff, Ark., 216,310 CULVER, NINA LOUISE, 2, 1208 Crystal, Benton, Ark., 190 CUMMINGS, DANA MARIE, 1, 2300 N. Arthur, Little Rock, Ark., 216 CUMMINGS, EDNA G., 1, Route 2, Box 314, Conway, Ark., 216,274 CUMMINGS, JUDY S., 4, 5021 Allen, No. Little Rock, Ark., 154,276,293 CUMMINS, WOODROW E., 4, 406 Home St., Marked Tree, Ark., 123 CUNNINGHAM, M. SUSAN, 1, 1700 Poplar, Pine Bluf, Ark., 216,293 CUPP, CAROL DEAN, 1, 1111E. View, Morrilton, Ark., 216,291 CUPP, THOMAS GORDON, 4, 1011 Wallace, Malvern, Arkansas, 154,255, 277,299 CURRAN, CONNIE JEAN, 1, 418 Polk, Conway, Ark., 331 CURRY, JACKIE WARREN, 2, 814 Blossom, N. Little Rock, Ark., 191,301 D DABBS, PHILLIP CLAY, 1, 827 Meadowbrook, Wynne, Ark., 217 DACUS, LINDA JOYCE, 4, 1109 Rich Road, West Memphis, Ark., 154,268,277,294 DALBY, PATSY L., 3, Route 4, Box 45, Conway, Ark., 174,265,281,282,287 DALZIEL, MADELYN, 2, 4801 N. Hills Blvd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 247 DARNELL, JAMES R., 1, Route 2, Box 454, West Helena, Ark., 217 DARWIN, WM. RICHARD, 1, St. Charles, Ark., 217 DAUGHERTY, PATRICIA R., 1, Rt. 2, 214, Conway, Ark., 217,310 DAVIDSON, CARL WAYNE, 2, Rt. 1, Box 182, Parkin, Ark., 191 DAVIDSON, GARY W., 4, Hiway 67 Bypass, Beebe, Ark., 154,299 DAVIS, BILLY JOE, 2, 1327 E. Sullenberger, Malvern, Ark., 191 DAVIS, BRENDA L., 3, Route 3, Box 245, Conway, Ark., 174,253,255 DAVIS, DANNA JOAN, 4, 417 N. Jackson, Little Rock, Ark., 155,277 DAVIS, DAN NIE MYRLE, 2, 6th Acacia St., Argus, Calif., 191 DAVIS, ELIZABETH KAYE, 1, 7805 Ohio, Little Rock, Ark., 217 DAVIS, HAROLD MIKEY, 1, Box 145, Berryville, Ark., 217 DAVIS, JOHNNY R., 3, Box 304, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 174 DAVIS, JUDY ANNE, 1, Star Route, Floral, Ark., 217 DAVIS, NORA LINDA, 4, Fountain Hill, Ark., 155 DAVIS, WM. GEORGE, 1Floral, Ark., 217 DAWSON, CURTIS, P., 3, 107 Idlewild St., Rector, Ark., 174,299 DAY, DAVID KENT, 4, 512 Walnut, Augusta, Ark., 155 DAYER, RAYMOND ALLEN, 1, 1317 Garvin, Conway, Ark., 217,310 DE JARNATT, BARBARA G., 1, 8210 Vinewood, Little Rock, Ark., 217,287,331 DEAN, HERMAN MARTY, 1, 2220 Maple, Pine Bluff, Ark., 125 DEAN, REBECCA ANN, 2, 5220 Maple, Pine Bluff, Ark., 191,288,321,326 DEAN, SHERRY JOYCE, 1, Hickory, Conway, Ark., 217,274,295 DEARMORE, JACQUELYN A., 1, Box 544, Yellville, Ark., 217 DEBOARD, CHARLES L. JR., 2, 415 Oak St., Conway, Ark., 174,304,335 DEBUSK, DENNIS BYRON, 1, 610 W. Sugar Loaf, Heber Springs, Ark., 217 DEMETZ, ELIZABETH A., 1, 110 Croxdale, Springdale, Ark., 217,291 DENNIE, RICHARD KEITH, 1, 304 Cherokee, Little Rock, Ark., 217 DENNIS, WILLIAM H., 2, 6631 Avondale, Oklahoma City, Okla., 191 DEPRIEST ROBERT J ., 3, Box 33, Bald Knob, Ark., 174 DESALVO, JANICE K., 1, Hillcrest, Marianna, Ark., 217,328 DEWEY, GARY W., 3, Box 63, Clinton, Ark., 174 DICKENS, BERNITA KAYE, 1, Route 1, Green Forest, Ark., 217,309 DICKERSON, BARBARA E., 1, 917 Ridge Rd., Benton, Ark., 217 DICKERSON, BRENDA J ., 1, 404 Ingram, West Memphis, Ark., 217 DICKERSON, CHARLOTTE, 3,917 Ridge Rd., Benton, Ark., 174,277 DICKEY, DOROTHY H., 2, 2302 Luall Dr., Mesquite, Texas, 191,294 DIEDERICH, LA NORA J ., 1, 1701 Poplar, N. Little Rock, Ark., 217 DIEDERICH, OTTO W., 4, 1701 Poplar St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 155 DIETRICH, JAMES M., 1, 1706 W. Lakeview, Benton, Ark., 217 DIFFERDING, DAVID J., 1, 3265 E. Tulip Dr., Indianapolis, Indiana, 217 DILDAY, LAURENCE M., 2, Route One, Dewitt, Ark., 275 DILES, ERIKA, 4, 2100 Arkansas Ave., Conway, Ark., 155,272,331 DILLARD, HARA D., 3, 115 West 19th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 721, 174 DILLON, BARBARA ANN, 1, 222 Oaklawn, Hot Springs, Ark., 217 DISBROWN, FREDA LYNN, 1, 5100 R. St., Little Rock, Ark., 217 DIXON, DIANE, 2, Melbourne, Ark., 191, 268,294,335 DODSON, JULIA ANN, 3, 709 No. Spring, Searcy, Ark., 174,274,316,335 DOLLAR, PATSY EARLENE, 2, Route 3, Box 174 A, Heber Springs, Ark., 191, 267,308 DOLLAR, RALPH D., 3,216 Massey St., Morrilton, Ark., 174,296 DOLLAR, SHERRY LOU, 1, 616 West 34th St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 218 DOOLOS, JOHN DEMETRI, 2, 2007 Cleveland, Conway, Ark., 191 DOOLY, GARY, 1, 5420 Free Ferry Rd., Ft. Smith, Ark., 247 DORMAN, GENE, 3, 6904 W. 32nd, Little Rock, Ark., 247 DORSETT, ANN STANTON, 1, 1215 West 19th St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 218,293 DOSTER, J UDITH ANN, 1, 4 Carlton Circle, Little Rock, Ark., 218 DOUGLAS, CHARLES R., 3, Box 306, Charleston, Ark., 174 DOUGLAS, THOMAS E., 1, Route 2, German Lane, Conway, Ark., 218 DOVER, ANN, 735 W. Court, Paragould, Ark., 247 DOW, RAYE JEAN, 1, 1307 Bellemeade, Conway, Ark., 218 DOYLE, MARY L., 3, Highway 60, Conway, Ark., 108,174,253,256,290,318,324 DRAKE, BARBARA, 2, 704 South 17th, Fort Smith, 191 DREW, ROY PIERCE, 1, 1124 Congress, Newport, Ark., 218 DUFF, PATSY SUE, 2, P. O. Box 37, Plumerville, Ark., 191 DUFFY, ROGER GALE, 1, Rt. 1, Box 28A, Yellville, Ark., 218 DUKE, BARBARA A., 2, 704 E. Woodruff, N. Little Rock, Ark., 191,316,323 DUNAVAN, SANDRA E., 3, Box 71, Marvell, Ark., 155,254 DUNCAN, DANIEL K., 2, 7111 Baseline Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 145,191,257,303 DUNCAN, DONNA JUNE, 2, Route 4, Box 432, Blytheville, Ark., 191 DUNCAN, LINDA CAROL, 2, 3720 Idlewild, N. Little Rock, Ark., 191 DUNCAN, SHIRLEY J., 2, Box 127, Hunsville, Ark., 327 DUNIGAN, PATRICIA ANN, 2, 5903 H Street, Little Rock, Ark., 191 DUNN, ARTHUR RAY, 2, Bradford, Ark., 191,319 DUNN, BETTY LOU, 4, Howells Trailer Pk., Morrilton, Ark., 155,267 DUNNAM, JOHN MARCUS, 3, 708 North Pear, Searcy, Ark., 174,299 DUPUY, RAYMOND BRADE, 2, Box 183, Gillett, Ark., 218,338 DURAN, SUE OSBORN, 2, 2017 Hairston, Conway, Ark., 218 DURRETT, VICTORIA E., 1, 1715 Nina, Jacksonville, Ark., 218 DYE, JANET IRENE, 4, 2202 West 40th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 155 E EAGLE, DANA ELAINE, 1,704 N. Bryan, Little Rock, Ark., 218,291 EANS, DIXIE V., 4, Route 1, Griffithville, Ark., 101,155,252,257,271,292 EARNEY, JOHN STEVE, 2, 105 S. Hardy, Dermott, Ark., 191,303 EASTMAN, DONALD F., 3, 806 Pecan St., Helena, Ark., 155 EATON, MARY JANE, 4, 610 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 155, 253,261,288 EATON, SANDRA GAYLE, 1, Route 2, Clifton, Texas, 218,274 EDDINGS, SHIRLEY ANN, 4, General Delivery, Hasty, Ark., 155,268 EDDY, JOSEPH G. III, 4, 2100 Rebsamen Pk. Rd., Little Rock, Ark. 155, 257,304 EDGAR, BRENDA KAY, 1, 6 Le Fever, Little Rock, Ark., 218,321 EDINGS, GEORGE ALLEN, 1, Box 217, Joiner, Ark., 218 EDMIASTON, JOHN L., 3, 402 S. Patterson, Hot Springs, Ark., 174,296 EDMONDSON, SHERRY D., 2, Rt. 6, Box 85, N. Little Rock, Ark., 191,289 EDMONSON, FREDIA ANN, 2, Star Route, Danville, Ark., 191 EDMONSON, MARJORIE, 4, 6 Lynnwood Drive, Searcy, Ark., 293 EDWARDS, DELL L. JR., 4, Box 453, ASTC, Conway, Arkansas, 155,297 EDWARDS, PAMELA SUSAN, 2, Route 2, Quitman, Ark., 191 EDWARDS, SARA LOUISE, 1, 614 N. Walnut, Searcy, Ark., 218,328,332 EIFLING, DONALD LYNN, 1, Box 328, Grady, Ark., 218 ELAM, DANNY CARROLL, 1, Scotland, Ark., 218 ELAM, ROBERT MICHAEL, 1, Bruno, Ark., 191 ELEY, ROLAND T. JR., 3,2220 Boulevard, Little Rock, Ark., 174,275,303,311 ELLIOTT, CAROL A., 3,404 E. Vine St., Searcy, Ark., 174,262 ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH L., 1, 54 Broadmoor, Little Rock, Ark., 218 ELLIOTT, J ANIS L., 3, 419 Shamrock Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 174,287 ELLIOTT, LAURA KAY, 1, 312 Bayles, Hot Springs, Ark., 218,295 ELLIS, CHARLES M., 3, Box 16, Clarendon, Ark., 174,275 ELLIS, PAUL J ., 2, 4004 West Drive, Little Rock, Ark., 191,328 ELROD, LAURA GOODWIN, 4, Box 37, CBC, Conway, Ark., 155, 277 EMBERTON, J ANIS DEE, 3, 134 Melrose Circle, No. Little Rock, Ark., 174,328 365 366 ENDERLIN, VIRGINIA S., 4, Rt. 4, Box 41, Conway, Ark., 156,290,311 ENGLAND, BRENDA K., General Delivery, 3, Arsenal, Ark., 174 EPPERSON, CHARLES T., 1, Route 3, Box 301, Little Rock, Ark., 142,218 EPPERSON , HARRIETT E., 1, 722 North 34th, Fort Smith, Ark., 218 ERION, SUZANNE, 1, 1323 S. Jackson, Little Rock, Ark., 218 ESCH, PHILLIP R., 3, 5203 Pike Ave,, No. Little Rock, Ark., 172,257,303,313 ESKOLA, GLENN E., 3, Rt. 1, Greenbrier, Ark., 174,304 ESTES, MARY JOE, 1, Bridge, St., Morrilton, Ark., 218 ETHERIDGE, MARY LYNN, 1, 207 W. Willow, Brinkley, Ark., 218 ETHRIDGE, JULIAN H., 4, 1106 Clifton St., Conway, Ark., 156,265,303 ETTER, ROBERTA B., 1, 100 N. Spruce, Little Rock, Ark., 219,262 ETZKORN, JOHN DANIEL, 1, 301 Pinewood, Hot Springs, Ark., 192,310 EUBANKS, MARY J., 2, 113 Oakridge, No. Little Rock, Ark., 175 EUDY, ALLEN W., 3, Box 252, Russell, Ark., 300 EVANS, ELEANOR F., 2, Forest Park T Pk., N. Little Rock, Ark., 192,316 EVANS, EVELYN IRENE, 4, 606 Pebble St., Benton, Ark., 156,269,277 EVANS, JAMES CARROLL, 1, 108 Hwy. 16 West, Clinton, Ark., 219 EVANS, JEAN T., 1, 2216 N. Arthur, Little Rock, Ark., 219 EVANS, JOHN MARK, 1, 105 South St., Rossville, Ind., 219 EVANS, REUBEN R., 1, Box 54, Little Rock, Arkansas, 219,263 EVERETT, CURREN WEBB, 1, Oxford, Ark., 219 EVERETT, GERALD O. JR., 2, 41 Sunnydale, Little Rock, Ark., 192,303 EYE, RICHARD L., 4, 8220 Appleton, University City, Mo., 156 EZELL, BARBARA JEAN, 3, Box 63, Perryville, Ark., 175,277,294 EZZI, ANTHONY G., 2, 307 W. K St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 137 F FAGAN, CAROLYN SUE, 3, 1623 Davis, Conway, Ark., 109,175,257,281,282,288, 324 FALCINELLI, PATRICK D., 2, Route One, Searcy, Ark., 192,311 FALLS, DORA ANN, 4, Rt. 1, Box 333K, Pine Bluff, Ark., 331 FANCHER, TERRY LYNN, 1, Rule, Ark., 219 FARISH DONALD E., 4, 2502 Lakeland, El Dorado, Ark., 156,285,298 FARLEY, BARBARA S., 3, Route 4, Box 47, Conway, Ark., 175,293,307 FARMER, CLAUDIA KAY, 1, Route 5, Box 10, Berryville, Ark., 219 FARRAR, JOAN ELAINE, 2, 4218 Stanard Cir., Fort Smith, Ark., 293,331 FARRIS, FLEETA IRENE, 1, 9103 Sylvan Hills Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 219 FATCHETT, CHLOE KAY, 3, Route 1, Potosi, Missouri, 175,259 FAULK, CHARLES F., 2, 1306 W1 21st St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 253,272,311,331, 332,333 FAULKNER, WILLIAM E., 2, 913 Adams, Little Rock, Ark., 303 FEAGIN, LINDA F., 2, Box 584, Bald Knob, Ark., 192 FELTS, HOWARD LYNN, 4, Box 295, Joiner, Ark., 122 FELTS, PATRICIA JO, 3, P. O. Box 348, Parkin, Ark., 175 FELTS, TOMMY RAY, 1, Des Arc, Ark., 219 FERGUSON, PAULA ANN, 2, 6809 Mabelvale Pike, Little Rock, Ark., 192 FERREN, LANAI KAY, 2, Box 74, Kensett, Ark., 192 FIDDLER, CHRIS J., 3, Rt. 2, Vilonia, Ark., 175 FIELDS, GARY DON, 1, 115 S. East, Benton, Ark., 140,219 FIELDS, SHEILA, 3, 715 N. Fillmore, Little Rock, Ark., 175,290,326 FIELDS, SUSAN KAY, 3, 8 Fair Oaks, Little Rock, Ark., 156 FILLINGHAM, SHIRLEY A., 1, Route 2, Harrison, Ark., 219, 267 FINCH, EMMETT F., 2, 3723 Potter, Little Rock, Ark., 192 FINLEY, JOE BILL, 4, Rt. 3, Mountain Home, Ark., 156 FINTON, LINDA ANN, 1, 105 Conner, Clinton, Ark., 219 FIRESTONE, SANDRA KAY, 2, 5008 Candlewick, N. Little Rock, Ark., 192, 295 FIRSTBROOK, CARL T., 1, Route 1, Higden, Ark., 219,271 FISCHER, SUSAN Cl, 3, 6209 Kenwood Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 175,262,277,288 FISHBACK, JOE LUTHER, 1, 415 Healy, N. Little Rock, Ark., 142,219 FISHER, LAWRENCE CARL, 1, 700 Beverly Dr., Jacksonville, Ark., 219 FISHER, ROY LYNN, 1, 3420 Cobb St., Little Rock, Ark., 192 FISHER, WILLIAM MIKE, 2, 1306 Forrest, Wynne, Ark., 192 FITCH, SALLY K., 2, Route 3, Huntsville, Ark., 192 FLACK, RONALD R., 4, Route 3, Clinton, Ark., 156,262 FLAKE, JO DEAN, 1, 805 West 30th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 219 FLANAGAN, NANCY JEAN, 1, Route 2, Charleston, Ark., 219,327,328 FLORY, JOHN ANDREW, 2, 207 Ferguson, Lonoke, Ark., 192,299 FLOYD, H. STEVE, 2, 16501 Index St., Granada Hills, Calif., 192,313 FLOYD, JOHN C., 2, West Oak, Nashville, Ark., 125,192,313 FLYNN, BOBBIE L., 2, Eighth Sz Tate, Carlisle, Ark., 192,263 FOLDEN , DONALD RALPH, 1, Route 2, Trumann, Ark., 125 FOLKNER, LARRY LENEER, 1, 111 East Cedar, Brinkley, Ark., 219 FORD, ROBERT H., 2, Rt. 2, Box 324, Eudora, Ark., 142,192,303,313 FORE, ROBERT W., 2, 306 Johnson, McCrory, Ark., 192,280,303 FOREMAN, JIMMY RAY, 1, 422 S. E. Third St., England, Ark., 219 FORSYTH, REBECCA L., 1, 9 Lamont Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 219,291 FORT, DONNA FAYE, 2, 205 West Ash, Warren, Ark., 192,294 FORTE, JESEPH EDWARD, 4, 317 Jackson, Lake Village, Ark., 156,279,311 FORTNER, JANIEL LYNN, 1, 1111 Ash, Conway, Ark., 219,289 FORTNER, JEAN ANNETTE, 4, Box 55, Elaine, Ark., 156 FORTNER, JERRY THOMAS, 1, 1508 Belmont Dr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 137,219, 313 FORTNER, MARY FRANCES, 2, Box 547, Tallapoosa, Mo., 192,267 FORTSON, DELLA L., 2, 1803 W. 35, No. Little Rock, Ark., 192 FOSTER, CAROL J ., 4, Hanover Rt., Mtn. View, Ark., 156,279,308,337 FOSTER, LAURA REGINA, 1, Rt. Hanover, Mountain View, Ark., 219 FOWLER, JAMES R., 4, 1831 Robins St., Conway, Ark., 156,261 FOX, BARBARA ANN, 4, 407 East 20th, No. Little Rock, Ark., 293 FOX, THEODORE THOMAS, 2, 407 East 20th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 192,301 FRANZ, MYRA K., 2, 4709 Lakeshore Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 192,311 FREEMAN, KAREN LEIGH, 2, Rt. 2, Box 262, England, Ark., 192 FREEMAN, NORMA JEAN, 1, Box 58, Camp, Ark., 219 FRENCH, GARY DON, 4, Gen. Del., Bee Branch, Ark., 156,262 FREYALDENHOVEN, CARL, 3, Route 1, Box 221 A, Conway, Ark., 175,261,299,310 FREYALDENHOVEN, EDDIE, 4, Rt. 1, Conway, Ark., 156,299,311 FREYALDENHOVEN, EMILY, 1, Route 1 Conway, Ark., 220,311 FRY, VELETA SUE, 1, 5609 Windamere, Little Rock, Ark., 220 FULLER, LARRY ALAN, 2, Route 2, Heber Springs, Ark., 192,335 FULLINGTON, PHYLLIS Ai, 4, 42 Ridgecrest Rt. 2, Alexander, Ark., 156, 269,277 FULTON, ALICE F., 4, 113 N. Jackson, Dewitt, Ark., 157,287 , FULTZ, JOYCE LAVERN, 1, Rule, Ark., 220,267 FUNDERBURK, RONNIE G., 1, Route 3, Box 181, Little Rock, Ark., 126,220 FURGERSON, LINDA C., 4, 1504 Prince, Conway, Ark., 157,277 FUTRELL, CATHERINE E., 2, Route 2, Box 236, Brinkley, Ark., 193,311 FUTRELL, JAMES M., 4, 213 S. Locust, Conway, Ark., 1o2,157,257,258,314 G GADBERRY, DONNA JEAN, 1, 1115 West 52, N . Little Rock, Ark., 220 GADBERRY, LOWELL V. JR., 2, 6512 Corsica Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 193, 301 GALLOWAY, SYLVIA G., 2, 111 Poplar st., Clarksville, Ark., 95,193,265,288, 321,324 GALLOWAY, WAYNE DAVIS, 2223 South T St., Ft. Smith, Ark., 175,261,274 GALLOWAY, WILLIAM W., 3, 111 Poplar St., Clarksville, Ark., 303 GAMMEL, PATRICIA JEAN, 1, Route 1, Box 195, Sheridan, Ark., 220,293 GARDIAL, JACKIE A., 1, 1211 Hickory, Pine Bluff, Ark., 220 GARDNER, VIRGINIA, 1, 122 South Palm N. Little Rock, Ark., 220 GARNER, BARBARA JEAN, 1, 23 Pine Tree Loop, N. Little Rock, Ark., 220 GARNER, DAVID PAUL JR., 1, Route 1, Box 65A, Hensley, Ark., 220 GARNER, LYNDA LEA, 1, 5 Meldia, Little Rock, Ark., 220,291 GARRETT, RICHARD ALAN, 3, Route 3, Box 330, Benton, Ark., 263 GARRETT, TIMOTHY D., 1, Route 3, Box 330, Benton, Ark., 220 GARRICK, JAMES MARTIN, 1, 6800 Stamps Ct., Little Rock, Ark., 220 GARRISON, JANICE M., 1, Box 102, Marshall, Ark., 220 1 GARRISON, JANICE K., 3, 113 Baridon St., Conway, Ark., 175,272,279,287,331 GARRISON, LINDA LEE, 3, 334 Compton Ave., Laurel, Md., 175 GASTON, JONATHAN D., 1, 2017 Mt Holly, Eldorado, Ark., 220,264 GATEWOOD, WALTER A., 2, 436 McCain, N. Little Rock, Ark., 220 GAY, SHARON ANN, 1, 2030 College, Batesville, Ark., 220 GENTRY, DONALD CURTIS, 1, Haynes, Ark., 220 GEORGE, BILLIE KAY, 2, 3600 Orange, N . Little Rock, Ark., 193 GEORGE, LINDA D., 2, 3724 Ridgeroad, N. Little Rock, Ark., 193,275 GERLINGER, ROBERT C., 1, 1 Kaye Lane Jacksonville, Ark., 127 GIBBS, GAYLON LEANDER, 4, Box 83, Keo, Ark., 156,280,304 GIBBS, MARSHA SUE, 1, 827 Chitwood, Hot Springs, Ark., 220 GILBERT, CAMILLE, 1, Box 129, Colt, Ark., 220,293 GH.LELAND, M. JANE, 1, 5322 Hawthorne Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 220,289 GIPSON, WYNETHA J ., 2, 408 Palm, Brinkley, Ark., 193 GLEASON, GEORGIA LYNN, 2, 8 Windsor Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 193 GLENN, MARGARET JEAN, 3, General Delivery, Pottsville, Ark., 175,253,307 GLOVER, MARLIN KAY, 1, 2nd Ave., Hayes Add., Conway, Ark., 220 GOAD, REBECCA LEE, 1, 516 S. E. 2nd St., Walnut Ridge, Ark., 220,226,266 GOAD, TERRY S., 3, 424 Cox St., Benton, Ark., 175,271,274,304 GOFF, PATSY JEAN, 2, 1006 Nipper, Beebe, Ark., 193 GOLLEHER, JOE WAYNE, 1, Route U, Box 68, Carlisle, Ark., 221 GOODE, NANCY E., 1, Route 1, Lonoke, Ark., 221,308 GOODEN, ELIZABETH ANN, 2, Route 2, Damascus, Ark., 293,328,331 GOODWIN, RODDY J ERALD, 1, Route 3, Box 329, Crossett, Ark., 221 GORDON, MARTHA NELL, 3, 1015 Walnut, Newport, Ark., 175,277,292 GORDON, MAYE DALE, 3, 1015 Walnut, Newport, Ark., 175,253,259,273,293 GORDON, SARA E., 2, Rt. 4, Box 248, Hope, Ark., 193,289,326 GORDY, LUTHER F. III, Highway 60, Conway, Ark., 141,303 GORE, STELLA LOUISE, 1, Box 63, Cotton Plant, Ark., 221 GORMAN, RONALD S., 1, 1623 West 11th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 221 GOSHA, LINDA C., 3, R. F. D. 1, Carlisle, Ark., 175 GOVAR, KENNETH M., 2, 804 East Lee, N. Little Rock, Ark., 221 GRABLE, JERRY L., 2, 1463 Scott, Conway, Ark., 193,270 GRACE, MARSHA KAYE, 3, 2302 Pine Hill Dr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 175,258,277 GRADDY, JERRY LINN, 1, 2021 Ark. Ave., Conway, Ark., 221 GRADY, JAMES FRANK, 1, Rt. 1, Clarendon, Ark., 221 GRAHAM, MAURICE E., 1, 310 Parker St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 221 GRAVES, MARY ALICE, 2, 5101 So. 33 St., Fort Smith, Ark., 193 GRAY, CHARLES OVERTON, 2, 520 North Palm, Little Rock, Ark., 221 GRAY, JOHN GORDON JR., 1, 3900 Cedar, N. Little Rock, Ark., 140,221 GRECO, FRANKIE LYNN, 4, 1069 Old Highway, Helena, Ark., 255,289,311 GREEN, GLENDA KAY, 2, 300 Park Place, Pine Bluff, Ark., 193,280 GREEN, JOHN N., 2, Box 594, Parkin, Ark., 141,193 GREENE, GARY MICHAEL, 2, 1828 Robins, Conway, Ark., 193 GREENELSH, LOIS ELLEN, 1, 1109 Park Drive, West Memphis, Ark., 221,328 GREENING, LYDDIA L., 1, Route 3, Box 33, Fort Smith, Ark., 221 GREENLEE, JUDY M., 2, 505 S. Parkway, El Dorado, Ark., 193,284,290,326 GREENWALD, JAMES PHIL, 2, 906 West 23rd, N. Little Rock, Ark., 194 GREGORY, JESSE E., 2, Box 623, Chester, S. Carolina, 194,299,337 ,338 GREGORY, MARY, 1158 Mitchell St., Conway, Ark., 247 GRIFFIS, BOBBY DALE, 2, Rt. 1, Box 261, Bauxite, Ark., 221,331,338 GRIFFITH, BILLY C., 2, 304 E. Sixth, Green Forest, Ark., 194,301,311,315,319, 331 GRIFFITH, PATSY M., 4, 311 Laurel, Pine Bluff, Ark., 156,253,271 GRIFFITH, RANDOLPH J., 1, Cedar, N. Little Rock, Ark., 221 GRIFFITH, RONALD D., 1, Cedar, N. Little Rock, Ark., 221 GRIGGS, RONALD L., 2, 1111 Barber St., Little Rock, Ark. GRIMES, JANICE P., 2, Rt. 2, Conway, Ark., 274,295 GROBLEBE, JAMES W., 1, Route 1, Eureka Springs, Ark., 222 GROMMET, WAYNE M., 1, 619 Cloverdale Dr., Brinkley, Ark., 328,332,333 GROOM, DORTHA LOU, 3, 152 Henderson, Hot Springs, Ark., 175 GROOM, MERIDETH SUSAN, 1, Route 2, Morrilton, Ark., 222,277,308 GRUBBS, NANCY D., 2, 202 Delmont, N. Little Rock, Ark., 194,316 GRUBER, DAVID LYNN , 2, Route 3, Box 153, Heber Springs, Ark., 194,337 GRUBER, DEBORAH JANE, 1, Route 3, Heber Springs, Ark., 222 GRUMMER, CATHERINE L., 1, 1711 Simms, Conway, Ark., 222,311 GRUMMER, LARRY PAUL, 1, 1315 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 222 GRUMMER, WILLIAM JOE, 2, 1315 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 175 GUENTHER, NINA E., 3, Rt. 1, Roland, Ark., 175 GUERTIN, KENNETH W., 3, 7002 Mablevale Pike, Little Rock, Akansas, 175,299 GUESS, SANDRA LYNNE, 1, 914 West 22nd, Pine Bluff, Ark., 222 GUILTNER, JAY ALAN, 1, 1809 Pierce, Little Rock, Ark., 222,320,322 GULLEDGE, JOSEPH PAT, 2, 2116 Bruce, Conway, Ark., 194 GUNTER, MARIE E., 2, 803 East Division, Hope, Ark., 194,289,321,326 GUSTAFSON, PHILLIP W., 1, Box 354, Route 1, Jacksonville, Ark., 222 GUTHRIE, FREDRICK M., 1, Bradford, Ark., 222 GUTHRIE, WILLIAM R., 4, 112 N. 22nd Ave., Humboldt, Tenn., 123 GUYNN, RALPH HARRISON, 1, Route 2, Harrison, Ark., 222 H HACKNEY, JOE E., 3, Box 161, Carlisle, Ark., 176,301 HADLEY, V. VALDEAN, 2, Rt. 1, Box 12, Southwest City, Mo., 194 HAGGARD, DARRELL LYNN, 2, Rt. 2, England, Ark., 194 HAGOOD, BILLY RAY, 2, Reyno, Ark., 194,304 HAIN, TAFFY, 1, 1421 S. Buchanan, Little Rock, Ark., 222 HAIRSTON, J ERRIE SUE, 2, 321 West Holly, Lonoke, Ark., 95,114,194,290 HALBROOK, DEE DICKSON, 4, 2300 College, Conway, Ark., 102,156,257,297 HALBROOK, JAMES H., 2, 2300 College, Conway, Ark., 194,297 HALBROOK, LINDA LOU, 1, 716 Third, Conway, Ark., 222,331 HALE, JOHN E., 4, Dennard, Ark., 246,253 HALL, DEBORAH DEEN, 1, 7012 Shamrock, Little Rock, Ark., 222 HALL, GARY H., 3, 207 Glenora, N. Little Rock, Ark., 176,261,299 HALL, GLENDA FAYE, 1, Route 2, Box 251 A, Jacksonville, Ark., 222 HALL, RACHEL DIANE, 2, Route 2, Damascus, Ark., 194,289,335 HALL, VIRGINIA D., 2, Route 1, Alma, Ark., 176 HALL, WILLIAM EDWARD, 4, 200 North James, Jacksonville, Ark., 222 HALLMARK, GLENDA L, 2, 4600 School St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 194,293 HALVERSON, DONALD L., 3, Route 3, Box 1686, Fort Smith, Ark., 328,332 HAMBRIC, JO ELLEN, 1, 2512 Ionia, Fort Smith, Ark., 222,293,331 HAMBUCHEN, JUDITH A., 4, Route 4, Conway, Ark., 293,311,331 HAMBUCHEN, LINDA K., 1, 726 East 2nd St., Conway, Ark., 222,291,311 HAMBUCHEN, SHARON R., 2, 421 Polk St., Conway, Ark., 194,274,311 HAMBY, RONALD L., 4, Route 2, Box 1A, Gentry, Ark., 246 HAMLING, CHARLES L., 3, Route 4, Box 12, Conway, Ark., 176,304,310 HAMMACK, DONNA LEA, 1, 108 Farmere Cir., N. Little Rock, Ark., 222 HAMOT, JERRY ALBERT, 1, 10303 Sylvan Hills, N. Little Rock, Ark., 222 HANCOCK, GRACE E., 4, Rt. 3, Box 64, Conway, Ark., 157,269 HANCOCK, ROGER DALE, 1, Route 2, Box 73, Crossett, Ark., 222 HANNUM, MICHAEL C., 2116 Bruce St., Conway, Ark., 141 HANSON, JANET MARTHA, 1, Box 235, Gillett, Ark., 222,271,277 HARBER, JOANNA, 1, Wiseman, Ark., 222 HARBOUR, JUDI A., 2, 2708 Sherwood Forest, Pine Bluff, Ark., 194,293 HARBOUR, LOTTIE M., 3, 1405 South Hwy. Jacksonville, Ark., 176,272,293,331 HARDIN, BILLY P., 4, 2202 Independence, Conway, Ark., 157 HARDIN, SUSAN M., 2, Rt. 1, Box 285, Little Rock, Ark., 194,289 HARDY, FRANCINE L., 2, 6314 Greenwood, Little Rock, Ark., 194 HARGETT, MICKEY LEE, 1, 1519 S. Harrison, Little Rock, Ark., 222 HARGIS, JAMES L., 2, 111 North Morrill, Morrilton, Ark., 194,297 HARGIS, JOEL R., 3, General Delivery, Leslie, Ark., 176,301 HARMON, MICHAEL G., 3, 1919 Arrowhead, N. Little Rock, Ark., 258 HARNED, BRENDA KAYE, 1, 7009 Dahlia, Little Rock, Ark., 222 HARPER, MARY JO, 1, 500 Cargill, Sheridan, Ark., 222 HARRELL, SHARON A., 2, Route One. Mayflower, Ark., 194 HARRELSON, SANDRA KAY, 2, 103 Arizona Dr., Jacksonville, Ark., 194,331 HARRIS, CAROLYN SUE, 1, 620 Westbrook, Benton, Ark., 223 HARRIS, CHARLES A., 2, Oxford, Ark., 157,319 HARRIS, CHARLES C., 4, Chere Carol Road, Humboldt, Tenn. 123,150,257,315 HARRIS, MARY KATHLEEN, 2, 112 N. Monroe, Cabot, Ark., 223,282,315 HARRIS, PAUL WAYNE, 1, 219 East D. St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 223 HARRIS, SUSAN CAROL, 2, Cherokee Village, Ark., 174,328 HARRIS, THOMAS W., 2, Rt. 3, Box 920, Benton, Ark., 332, 333 HARRISON, JAMES L., 2, 6704 Westover Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 176 HARRISON, JANET SUE, 1, N. Johnson, McCrory, Ark., 223 HARRISON, LIB, 4, 103,157,177,253,256, 269,291 HARRISON, PATRICIA A., 3, General Delivery, McCrory, Ark., 176,266 HARRISON, ROBYN F., 1, 14 Brookridge Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 223,291,315,321 HART, CLYDE JAMES, 1, 1800 West 42nd, Pine Bluff, Ark., 126 HARTWICK, BARBARA ANN, 2, Rt. 6, Box 34, N. Little Rock, Ark., 194 HARTWICK, BILLY M., 4, Rt. 2, Greenbrier, Ark., 176,299,3l6,335 HARTWICK, TERRY C., 1, 310 Mills, N. Little Rock, Ark., 319 HARVEY, ANDREW WESLEY, 1, 209 Pearl, Marianna, Ark., 223 HARVILLE, MARY LEA, 2, Box 81, Rison, Ark., 195 HARZ, ALBERT ROBIN, 3, 315 Denver, Russellville, Ark., 176,303,320,336 HASTINGS, BARBARA RAE, 1, 3014 Adams, Little Rock, Ark., 223 HASTINGS, DONALD L., 2, Route 1, Box 18, Conway, Ark., 139,270 HAUSER, JEANNINE M., 1, Rt. 2, Box 210, Vilonia, Ark., 223, 311 HAUSTEIN, BRUNO III, 4, 1604 W. Short 17th., No. Little Rock, Ark., 157,261,304 HAVENS, WILLIAM D., 1, 1715 Tyler, Conway, Ark., 223 HAWKINS, AUDIE C. JR., 2, 9100 Hwy. 5, N. Little Rock, Ark., 195,328 HAWKINS, DOUGLAS A., 1, 1902 Lynnwood, Benton, Ark., 223 HAWKINS, JOEL F., 4, 9100 Highway 5, No. Little Rock, Ark., 103,253,261,304 HAWKINS, MARILYN SUE, 4, Route 1, Mt. Vernon, Ark., 157,267 HAWKINS, PATRICIA KAY, 1, 4 Branch Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 223 HAWKS, JANE E., 3, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 176,274,277,311,319 HAWKS, JUDI L., 3, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 176,274,277,287,311 HAY, HENRY A. JR., 1, 523 W. Fifth, N. Little Rock, Ark., 223 367 368 HAYES, CYNTHIA E., 2, Box 504, Brinkley, Ark., 195 HAYES, MARY PAULA, 3, 324 S. Schiller, Little Rock, Ark., 176 HAYNES, JOE W., 4, 2018 Lewis, Little Rock, Ark., 257,285,303 HAYNIE, JIMMY WAYNE, 1, 2 Meadowlark, Little Rock, Ark., 223 HEALFY, SHIRLEY D., 2, Route 2, Box 303, Jacksonville, Ark., 331 HEARNE, CAROLYN A., 4, 4420 Atkins, No. Little Rock, Ark., 157,277 HEAVENER, CAROLYN SUE, 2, Route 2, Des Arc, Ark., 195 HEFFINGTON, GARY D., 4, Rt. 4, Conway, Ark., 158,297 HEFNER, JANIS DIANE, 4, Box 519, Beebe, Ark., 158 HEFNER, WILLIS LANE, 1, Route 3, Clinton, Ark., 223 HENDERSON, BETTIANNE, 3, Route One, Greenbrier, Ark., 176,268,277 HENDERSON, SHIRLEY, 2019 Independence, Conway, Ark., 158 HENDERSON, WILLIAM E., 3, 1107 N. 5th St., Paris, Ark., 176,265 HENDRICK, CAROL DAVIS, 4, Box 355, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 72032, 158 HENDRICK, JOHN R., 4, Box 355, ASTC, Conway, Ark, 72032, 176,257 HENDRICKSON, JAMES H., 3, Route 3, Box 105, Conway, Ark., 303 HENDRIX, ALFRED L. JR., 2, 1509 Lamar, Jonesboro, Ark., 126 HENDRIX, OUIDA ANN, 2, 1509 Lamar, Jonesboro, Ark., 223 HENNIS, JERRY WAYNE, 1, 3409 Sevier, N. Little Rock, Ark., 223,328,331,333 HENRY, BRENDA RUTH, 1, 605 Baridon, Conway, Ark., 223 HENRY, JO ANN, 1,801 W. Cross, Benton, Ark., 223, 295 HENRY, JOYCE N., 1, 1823 Tyler, Conway, Ark., 195 HENSHALL, LARITA M., 1, 6720 Mabelvale C., Little Rock, Ark., 223, 289 HENSLEY, ARMON O., 1, Clinton, Ark., 223 HENSLEY, JUDITH A., 3, Route 2, Damascus, Ark., 176 HENSON, KATHERINE, 2, 401 Sherwood, No. Little Rock, Ark., 195,286,331 HENTHORNE, TERRY LEE, 2, Rt. 1, Box 1279, Benton, Ark., 195,270 HERIDA, JOHN LAWRENCE, 1, 2217 Wash Ave., Rt. 3, Conway, Ark., 223,338 HERR, KENNETH ALAN, 2, Box 816, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 258 HESLEP, JERRY WAYNE, 1, Route 2, Vilonia, Ark., 223 HESTER, CAROL SUE, 1, 4409 S. 25th, Fort Smith, Ark., 223 HEUER, ESTA LEE, 3, End of East South, Harrison, Ark., 268,276,294 HICKS, WILLARD EDWARD, 1, Box 11, Holly Grove, Ark., 224 HIETT, DENNIS D., 2, 5 Martin Lane, No. Little Rock, Ark., 195 HIETT, GINGER L., 2, 214 Martin Lane, No. Little Rock, Ark., 195 HIGGINBOTHAM, JERRY L., 1, 14 Flowers Lane, N. Little Rock, Ark., 328 HIGH, HENRY THOMAS, 1, Route 4, Box 138, Berryville, Ark., 224,274 HIGHTOWER, J ESSIE E., 1, Perryville, Ark., 224 HILD, DAN, 4, 1010 W. Maryland, No. Little Rock, Ark., 158,301 HILL, JANE ANN, 1, Route 2, Lonoke, Ark., 224,291,335 HILL, JOHN WALLACE, 1, Box 301, Joiner, Ark., 224 HILL, R. EMILY, Rt. 1, Box 67, Springfield, Ark., 195 HILL, ROBERT WARREN, 1, Box 378, Hazen, Ark., 125,224 HILL, SAMUEL PAUL, 1, Route 4, Searcy, Ark., 224 HILLIARD, BRENDA G., 3, 91 Sunset Dr., No. Little Rock, Ark., 176,288 HILLYARD, LARRY M., 1, Box 140, Hazen, Ark., 224 HINES, PHYLLIS ANN, 1, 1200 Utah, Pine Bluff, Ark., 224,274 HINKLE, ANDI JEAN, 1, Route 1, Greenbrier, Ark., 224 HINKLE, GEORGE W., 3, Box 245, Mountain View, Ark., 158,253,304 HINKLE, JAMES GLEN, 1, Mountain View Ark., 224,304 HINKLE, SANDI JANE, 1, Route 1, Greenbrier, Ark., 224 HINKSON, SANDRA ANN, 4, 720 Hillcrest, N. Little Rock, Ark., 158 HIPP, ERNIE WAYNE, 1, Prim, Ark., 224 HOCKENSMITH, R. DAVID, 1, 3022 S. Wolfe, Little Rock, Ark., 224 HOCOTT, RODNEY B., 3, Box 306, Route 1, Greenwood, Ark., 176,272,296, 315,331 HODGE, JUDY CAROLYN, 1, Route 1, Clarendon, Ark., 224 HODGE, LARRY ALLEN, 4, 2301 Kenwood Drive, Blytheville, Ark., 158,307 HODOWAY, HELEN E., 3, General Delivery, Cabot, Ark., 158 HOFFMAN, DORIS ELAINE, 1, Route 2, Vilonia, Ark., 224 HOFFMANN, OLIVER D., 4, Route 3, Box 369, Conway, Ark., 158 HOGAN, LINDA S., 3, Mayfair Hotel, Searcy, Ark., 176,316 HOGAN, MARTHA D., 2, 306 West Main, Marianna, Ark., 195,335 HOGGARD, SUSAN D,, 4, Apt. A441 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 115 HOGUE, BETSY LOUISE, 1, 1104 Holloway, Morrilton, Ark., 225,287 HOLCOMB, JAMES R., 4, 4169 Fonta, Box 194, Ellendale, Tenn., 158,272 HOLDEN, DONNIE T., 1, 2205 Maple, Pine Bluff, Ark., 137,142,225,313 HOLDEN, PAMELA CAROL, 2, 3900 Susan Circle. N. Little Rock, Ark., 116,289 HOLDER, JUDY A., 4, Box 37, McCrory, Ark., 176,277,281,295 HOLDER WILMA LOUISE, 4, P, O. Box 21, Rose Bud, Ark., 158,309 HOLLADAY, DARRELL H., 1, Route 2, Box 186 B, Little Rock, Ark., 225 ' HOLLAND, DAVID M., 1, 521 Remount Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 225 HOLLAND, WILLIAM R., 2, 521Rerr10unt, No. Little Rock, Ark., 176,301 HOLLAND, WILLIS H., 1, 30 Monroe, Little Rock, Ark., 225 HOLLER, CARL DUANE, 1, 1901 Moss, N. Little Rock, Ark., 225 HOLLIMAN, LINDA SUE, 4, Route 2, Quitman, Ark., 158 HOLLIS, BENNY MICHAEL, 4, Rt. 1, Rector, Ark., 103,158,257,311,323 HOLLOMAN, WILLIS RAY, 1, Route 2, Box 161, Carlisle, Ark., 225 HOLLOWAY, DANNA SUE, 1, 2229 Independence, Conway, Arkansas, 225, 267 HOLLOWELL, TOMMY, 2, 416 W. 13th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 195,303 HOLMES, TRAVIS DEAN, 1, 4619 Marion, N. Little Rock, Ark., 125 HOLT, BARBARA JANE, 2, 1710 S. Prairie, Stuttgart, Ark., 332 HOLT, 11th, HOLT, Ark. , HOLT, Ark., BRENDA JOYCE, 1, 1236 West N. Little Rock, Ark., 225 SANDRAK., 3, Route 3, England, 177,294,326 SHIRLEY K., 2, Route 2, Des Arc, 195,331,337 HOLYFIELD, SHARON L., 4, P. O. Box 322, Conway, Ark., 158,277,289 HOOFMAN, CLIFTON H., 3, Route One, Judsonia, Ark., 117,159,271,285,296,319 HOOKS, BEVERLY ANN, 1, Route 1, Shirley, Ark., 225 HOOKS, SHIRLEY A., 3, 1200 Parkway, Crossett, Ark., 177,267,277,337 HOOTEN, JIMMIE D., 2, Route 2, Shirley, Ark., 195 HOOTEN, TEDDY CHARLES, 1, Rt. 2, Box 188, Shirley, Ark., 225 HOOVER, DONNA KAY, 1, 3815 Potter St., Little Rock, Ark., 225, 293 HOPKINS, CAROL ANN, 1, 8124 West 40th, Little Rock, Ark., 225 HOPPER, ROBIN G., 2, Box 153, Kensett, Ark., 177 HORNE, ELIZABETH NAN, 1, Cedar Crest Dr., Morrilton, Ark., 225, 291 HORTON, DARRELL L, 1, Route 1, Plumerville, Ark., 225, 328 HOUSLEY, ILA F., 4, 1006 North Oak, Morrilton, Ark., 159,253 HOUSLEY, JANET J., 2, 105 Pleasant St., Rt., 2, Berryville, Ark., 177,287 HOUSTON, FRIEDA ANN, 1, 1126 S. Rosser, Forrest City, Ark., 225, 335 HOWELL, JO A., 4, Route 1, Vilonia, Ark., 159,267 HOWELL, REBECCA E., 2, 915 Clay, Van Buren, Ark., 195,269,295,326 HOWEY, CHERYL DOHERTY, 1, 1603 East Eighth St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 225 HOWEY, MARION A., 2, 2302 W, 17, Pine Bluff, Ark., 195 HOWLAND, JEANNE A., 2, 1815 Johnson, Pine Bluff, Ark., 195 HOWLAND, JOHN BRUCE, 1, 1815 Johnson, Pine Bluff, Ark., 225 HUBBELL, BILLY JAMES, 1, Box 233, Grady, Ark., 225 HUBER, FELICE LEE, 2, Box 397, Elaine, Ark., 195,335 HUCHINGSON, ROBERTA S., 4, 153 Bartlett St., Rochester, N. York, 331 HUDDLESTON, JAMES D., 1, Route 1, Plumerville, Ark., 225,262,311 HUDDLESTON, JAMES F., 2, 2318 Summit, Little Rock, Ark., 177,304,311,331 HUDGENS, KENNY J ., 2, 201 Claremont, No. Little Rock, Ark., 195,316 HUDGENS, LARRY D., 2, 813 Maple, No. Little Rock, Ark., 299 HUDSON, JAMES FRANK, 2, 210 Locust, Huntsville, Ark., 195 HUDSON, THOMAS WAYNE, 1, Route 4, Box 735, Benton, Ark., 225 HUETT, LOUIS E,, 4, General Delivery, Springfield, Ark., 159,274,337 HUFFINGTON, KATHERINE, 4, Route 2, Box 21, Vilonia, Ark., 159,255,277 HUGGINS, BILL JOE, 1, Rt. 2, Box 74, Shirley, Ark., 225 HUGGINS, DEBORAH SUE, 1, Box 162, Cotton Plant, Ark., 225 HUGGINS, GARY EUGENE, 1, 906 Jones St., Corning, Ark., 125 HUGHES, JOHN WAYNE, 1, 8 Virginia Lane, Little Rock, Ark., 225,335 HUGHES, WILLIAM F., 3, 111 Highland Dr., Walnut Ridge, Ark., 247,303,315 HUIE, SHARON A., 2, 115 W. Waterman, Dumas, Ark., 177 HULA, MELVA FAYE, 1, Hazen, Ark., 226 HULCE, LESLIE E., 3, Box 260, Rt. 3, Gravette, Ark., 177,281,282 HULSEY, PEGGY ETTA, 2, 102 Lincoln, Lonoke, Ark., 195 HUNDLEY, LAURA LEE, 4, 717 St., Regis Dr., West Helena, Ark., 159 HUNKAPILLER, LINDA M., 1, 5900 Scenic Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 226,293,311,319, 321 HUNT, ELIZABETH ANNE, 4, Route 1, Higden, Ark., 159,282 HUNTER, EARL MORRIS. 1. 815 N. Terry, Wynne, Ark., 226 HUNTER, RONALD E., 2, Route 3, Box 205, Little Rock, Ark., 195 HURLIMAN, MARY A., 4, Route One, Box 81 A, Alexander, Ark., 159,253,277 HURST, ARNOLD E. JR., 4, 211 Noles, Hot Springs, Ark., 159,261 HURT, J IMMIE S., 2, General Delivery, Devalls Bluff, Ark., 177 HUSKEY, TERRY RANDALL, 2, P. 0. Box 718, Yellville, Ark., 226 HUSS, MARY LEA, 4, 3400 Newton Rd., Fort Smith, Ark., 160,253,337 HUSS, STEPHEN F., 4, 811 W. 24th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 104,160,255,337 HUTCHINGS, CHARLES S., 2, 1615 S. Neely, Benton, Ark., 226,338 HUTTO, TOMMY LESLIE, 4, General Delivery, Damascus, Ark., 301 I INGRAM, BARBARA D., 4, 713 Mitchell, Conway, Ark., 104,160,257,290,314 INGRAM, MARY BETH, 1, 1002 Beech, Crossett, Ark., 226 INGRAM, MARY G., 2, Box 301, Des Arc, Ark., 195 ISOM, MICHAEL BATES, 1, 219 Baridon, Conway, Ark., 127 IVEY, PATRICIA A., 2, Box 152, Danville, J JACKSON, CAROL ANN, 4, 318 College, Helena, Ark., 104,160,256,279,284,289 JACKSON, DOYLE N., 4, Rt. 3, Conway, Ark., 195 Ark., 160 JACKSON, GARY WAYNE, 1, Higginson, Ark., 226 JACKSON, JAMES EDWARD, 4, P. O. Box 383, Carlisle, Ark., 160,265,305 JACKSON, MARY LOU, 4, Rt. 3, Carlisle, Ark., 160,277,308 JACKSON, TOMMY DAVE, 4, 1202 E. River, Searcy, Ark., 257,322 JACKSON, VICKI LEE, 1, 116 Locust, Conway, Ark., 226 JACOBS, LINDA SUE, 2, 306 West 51 St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 196,267,311 JACQUES, KENNETH W., 1, 405 Lilly St., Blytheville, Ark., 226 JAMELL, SAMMIE KAYE, 1,603 N. Division, Morrilton, Ark., 226 JAMES, BELIN DA KAY, 1, 306 Harrell, Hot Spinrgs, Ark., 226 JAMES, CHARLES W., JR., 1, Hy. 267 South, Searcy, Ark., 226 JAMES, CLARENCE EARL, 1, Hunter, Ark., 226 JAMES, LARRY LEE, 2, 1805 W. Arch, Searcy, Ark., 196 JAMES, WILLIAM R., 3, 1310 Davis St., Conway, Ark., 139,177,261,305,316 JAMESON, GARY R., 2, 1500 Nebraska, Pine Bluff, Ark., 196 JAROLIM, ANNETTE V., 2, 403 Polk, Conway, Ark., 196,265,311 JAROLIM, CAROL A., 2, 403 Polk, Conway, Ark., 196,311,331 JEAN, SALLY J., 2,120 N. Bellott, El Dorado, Ark., 196 JEFFERY, JANE, 2, 3611 Marshall Dr., Ft. Smith, Ark., 196,289 JEFFERY, JERALD L., 2, Boswell, Ark., 196 JEFFRIES, SALLY S., 2, Box 335, McCrory, Ark., 196,327 JENKINS, CLIFFORD K., 1, Route 4, Clinton, Ark., 226 JENKINS, ORVILLE B., 1, Vilonia Hway., Conway, Ark., 226,308 JENNINGS, ROSANNE H., 4, 1504 Western, Conway, Ark., 160 JINES, BOBBY R., 3, 103 Davis Court, Hot Springs, Ark., 177 JOHNS, REUELL T., 3, 611 Arlington, West Memphis, Ark., 177,303,313 JOHNSON, ANN, 2, Route 1, Box 65, Greenbrier, Ark., 196,309 JOHNSON, DONNA ANN, 4, 343 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 160 JOHNSON, GERI SUE, 2, 8706 Barber, N. Little Rock, Ark., 196,242 JOHNSON, J ANIE LOU, 1, 8105 Mabelvale Little Rock, Ark., 226 JOHNSON, JIMMY D., 2, 6910 Mablevale Pike, Little Rock, Ark., 196,299 JOHNSON, JOYCE ANN, 2, Route One, Yellville, Ark., 196,267 JOHNSON, KENNETHRAY, 2, 1415 West 15th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 196,338 JOHNSON, KRISTEN K., 4, 7319 Sunflower Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 115,160,293,321,331 JOHNSON, LYNN E., 2, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 226 JOHNSON, MARCIA L., 3, 1507 W. 2nd St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 177,253,292,307, 319,336 JOHNSON, MARTINA ANN, 1, 507 Cox St., Benton, Arkansas, 226 JOHNSON, MICHAEL R., 4, 524 SW Parkway, Blytheville, Ark., 130,160,257 JOHNSON, PAUL W. C., 2, Rt. 1, Ward, Ark., 196,265 JOHNSON, REBECCA L., 3, Rt. 1, Greenbrier, Ark., 177 JOHNSON, ROBERT JR., 1, Route 2, Box 80, Damascus, Ark., 226 JOHNSON, WM. MICHAEL, 1, 1405 East Ave., El Dorado, Ark., 226,337 JOHNSTON, BILLY A., 3, Box 425, Elaine, Arkansas, 177 JOHNSTON, CAROLYN D., 3, 8305 Ascension, Little Rock, Ark., 177 JOHNSTON, DAVID F., 2, 2217 Ada Ave., Conway, Ark., 136,137,138,178 JOHNSTON, DONALD W., 1, Box 425, Elaine, Ark., 226 JOLLY, LURENE HALL, 2, 3624 Lakeview Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 178 JONES, BRENDA G., 2, Rt. 3, Box 99, Morrilton, Ark., 196,266,296 JONES, DIANA SHARON, 1, 202 Santiago Ave., Sacramento, Calif., 227 JONES, G. EUGENIA, 1, 415 Thayer, Little Rock, Ark., 226 JONES, GEORGE W., 4, 1102 Peachtree, Nashville, Ark., 105,130,141,146,160, 256,301,313,315 JONES, KATHRYN FAYE, 2, 5812 Hawthorne, Little Rock, Ark., 196 JONES, MARILYN JANE, 2, 1023 W. Cypress, Rogers, Ark., 196,282 JONES, MARY ANN, 160 JONES, MARSHA LYNNE, 2, 6715 Marguerite L, Little Rock Ark., 196 JONES, MARY LORRAINE, 1, 703 N. W. Eighth, Bentonville, Ark., 227 JONES, ROBERT EARL, 1, 103 Griffith, Conway, Ark., 226 JORDAN, JAMES ERNEST, 1, Route 3, Box 252, Little Rock, Ark., 227 JORDAN, PATRICIA G., 2, Route 1, Hattieville, Ark., 196 JORDAN, PHILLIP M., 1, 211 N. Rose, Sheridan, Ark., 227 JOYNER, MARTHA JANE, 2, 517 Arlington, West Memphis, Ark., 196 JOYNER, REBECCA J ., 3, 2410 College, Conway, Ark., 109,116,178,257 JUCAS, JOHN J., 2, 745 Park Ave., Hot Springs, Ark., 196,297,315,331 J UDKINS, CLEETIS W., Box 264, Cabot, K KAELIN, PATRICIA C., 1, 1211 North 35th, Fort Smith, Ark., 227,311 KARNES, DORIS LYNN, 1, Route 2, Cherry Valley, Ark., 227 KAUFFMAN, DORIS JEAN, 1, 1920 West 25th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 227 KEATHLEY, CLETUS ANN, 4, General Delivery, Mnt. Vernon, Ark., 160,253,267 KEATING, FRANCES C., 1, Route 4, McCrory, Ark., 227 KEENE, DIANE JANE, 3, 2423 Durwood Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 115,178,291,326 KEESEE, JUDY D., 1, 901 Country Club, N. Little Rock, Ark., 227 KEETER, ALVIN D., 2, Box 687, Yellville, Ark., 145,178,305 Ark., 196 KEETER, KERRY D., 2, Route 1, Yellville, Ark., 147,196 KEETON, ROGER TERRY, 1, 6423 Hinkson Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 227 KEEVER, RODGER D., 2, Route 2, Bee Branch, Ark., 178,270,305 KEHOE, KARLYN N., 3, Farris Road, Conway, Ark., 178,251,258,289 KELLAR, DENNIS R., 3, 1912 Duncan, Conway, Ark., 297 KELLEY, LOUIS J ., 3, 120 S. Pearl, Little Rock, Ark., 261,274,275 KELLY C. CHARLENE, 1, 2207 Cumberland, Little Rock, Ark., 227 KEMP, ROBERT ALAN, 1, 7208 Sunflower Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 227 KENDALL, JANICE, 2, Rt. 2, Box 195, Heber Springs, Ark., 178 KENNEDY, JO ANN, 1, 71 Broadmoor Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 227 KENNEDY, LARRY D., 3, 5712 C. Street, Little Rock, Ark., 178,271,323 KENNEDY, LINDA K., 4, Route 2, Quitman, Ark., 160 KENNEY, SUSAN, 1, 15 Glenmere, Little Rock, Ark., 227,267,287 KENT, JUDY MULLINS, 4, 1950 Torreyson Apt. B, Conway, Ark., 161 KIDDER, STEVE W., 3, Box 115, Malvern, Ark., 178 KILGORE, JOE G., 3, Route 2, Hampton, Ark., 178 KILLION, NANCY C., 2, 209 Mills St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 197 KILLOUGH, ROBYN LEAH, 1, Route 2, Vilonia, Ark., 227 KIMBRELL, SHARRON J., 3, P. O. Box 374, Leslie, Ark., 178 KIMMINS, SANDRA LEE, 1, 1600 N. University, Little Rock, Ark., 227 KINARD, KAREN LUCILLE, 1, Route 2, Weiner, Ark., 227 KINARD, MARY LOIS, 2, Box 133, Grubbs, Ark., 161,282 KING, CAROLYN L., 2, 3624 Sycamo-E, N. Little Rock, Ark., 197 KING, DEAN PAULINE, 2, 1133 Ash, Conway, Ark., 197 KING, KARLA JEAN, 2, 724 W. Emerson, Paragould, Ark., 197,272,328,333 KING, KATHRYN P., 3, General Delivery, Mt. Vernon, Ark., 178,291 KING, MARY ANN , 2, Route 1, Pottsville, Ark., 197 KING, RICHARD CHAPMAN, 4, 1310 Battery, Little Rock, Ark., 105,161,257, 303,313,318 KING, WANDA F., 3, 8101 So. Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri, 331 KINSEY, SYDNIE H., 2, Route 1, Box 16, Hot Springs, Ark., 197,270 KIRBY, JANET LYNN, 2, 409 Hill, Jacksonville, Ark., 197 KIRBY, SUSAN MARIE, 2, Cherokee Village, Ark., 197,267 KIRKPATRICK, PATSY N., 1, Route 2, Box 272, Benton, Ark., 227,308 KITCHENS, RICHARD C., 4, 604 So. Hamilton, Hope, Ark., 161 KNAPP, MITCHIEL H., 1, Prim, Ark., 227 KNIGHT, JOHN W., 3, 516 Ark Ave., N. Little Rock, Ark., 328,332,333 KNIGHT, SHIRLEY KAY, 3, 743 White Oak, Forrest City, Ark., 178,282 KNIGHT, VIRGIL DON, 1, 505 Carter St., Clarksville, Ark., 127,227 KNOX, DENNIS L, 2, Route 3, Berryville, Ark., 197 KNOX, RICHARD M. III, 3, 1514 West 6th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 328,331 KOCOUREK, WARREN ALAN, 1, Route 1, DeValls Bluff, Ark., 227 KOONCE, SHERRYE D., 1, Plumerville, 227 KORDSMEIER, DEE ANITA, 1, Fifth Ave., Conway, Ark., 227 KORDSMEIER, JUDY ANN, 3, 501 N. Morrill, Morrilton, Ark., 286 KRAFT, CECIL COLIN, 2, 2117 Maple, Little Rock, Ark., 136 KRAJEWSKI, JUDY IRENE, 3, 6824 Rogers, Fort Smith, Ark., 178 KRICK, KATHY JEAN, 1, Route 5, Box 97, Berryville, Ark., 227,335 KRIEVANS, VELTA, 2, P. O. Box 192, Tuckerman, Ark., 197 KYZER, PAULA KAY, 1, 600 Brewer, Jacksonville, Ark, 228 L LACEFIELD, BILLY RAY, 1, Route 1, Des Arc, Ark., 228 LACEFIELD, PAMELA F., 1, Box 76, Humnoke, Ark., 228 LACKNER, CHERYL L, 2, 1900 S. Pierce, Little Rock, Ark., 197,295,320 369 370 LACOOK, TRUDY GAYE, 1, Box 1, Perry, Ark., 228 LAFEVERS, JAMES R., 4, General Delivery, Viola, Ark., 178 LAFEVERS, JUDY GAIL, 4, Rt. 1, Carlisle, Ark., 178,267 LAFLEUR, DALLAS J., 3, Route 2, Greenwood, Ark., 332, 333 LAIN, RITA ANNE, 1, 524 E. McNeil, Magnolia, Ark., 228,287 LAMB, SHERRY JEAN , 2, 702 Samuel Drive, Paragould, Ark., 228,289 LAMBERT, HERBERT N. JR., 3, 217 Locust, Conway, Ark., 178,297 LANDERS, ROBERTA KAY, 1, 1023 Brownwood Dr., Benton, Ark., 228 LANDERS, WM. LOYCE JR., 1, 1918 Scott, Conway, Ark., 228 LANDON, SHERRY RUTH, 1, Route 1, Gillett, Ark., 228,308 LANE, JAMES F., 3, 2131 Poplar St., Conway, Ark., 178,253,305 LANG, CAROLYN A., 1, Box 566 Heber Springs, Ark., 228 LANGSTON, NATHAN E., 1, Calico Rock, Ark., 228 LANGSTON, TERRY LYNNE, 3, 931 Hazelhurst, El Dorado, Ark., 178,282,291 LANHAM, JACKIE K., 4, 7903 Westwood, Little Rock, Ark., 161,287,307 LANKFORD, EMMA JEAN B., 2, R. R. 1, Greenbrier, Ark., 197 LANKFORD, JAN OLIVIA, 1, 21 Cliffwood Cr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 228,282 LARKAN, JOHNNY T., 3, Route 2, Hazen, Ark. 178,301,313 LASITER, SANDRA KAY, 4, 1501 Parker, North Little Rock, Ark., 161,289,314 LASKER, LLOYD E., 1, Route 2, Box 302, Conway, Ark., 125 LAUGHTER, ROSEMARY, 2, 6409 Osage Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 178,291 LAUNIUS, JAMES B., 1, 8225, Rt. 4, N. Little Rock, Ark., 228 LAWRENCE, LEIGHTON E., 2, Landis, Ark., 197 LAWSON, CHARLES WAYNE, 1, North Cooper, Monticello, Ark., 228 LAYROCK, PATRICIA ANN, 4, 501 N. Cross, Searcy, Ark., 105,161,257,265,292 LEA, EDNA JANE'I'I'E, 2, 1837 Simms, Conway, Ark., 197,279,2a6,315,321,335 LEA, REBACCA J., 1, Route 1, Mayflower, Ark., 228 LEATH, SAMUEL WM., 1, 1602 S. Pierce, Little Rock, Ark., 228,338 LEAVELL, S. CALVIN, 2, Bridge St., Morrilton, Ark., 197,303 LEDGERWOOD, HARLAN W., 3, 5705 Meadowbrook, No. Little Rock, Ark., 179,305 LEE, DINAH SUE, 1, 4400 Edgemere, N. Little Rock, Ark., 228,279,289 LEE, ELLA M., 2, Timbo, Ark., 179,267 LEE, JOHN A., 2, Route 2, Box 413, Alexander, Ark., 197,280 LEE, KENNY ROBERT, 1, Hasty, Ark., 228 LEE, SHARON KAY, 2, Damascus, Ark., 197,262 LEMKE, PHYLLIS, 4, Box 283, Forrest City, Ark., 161,327,328,332 LEMLEY, CAROL ANN, 1, Route 1, Joiner, Ark., 228 LEMLEY, CHARLES R., 2, 1120 N. Detroit, Russellville, Ark., 136,142,197, 309 LEMMON, ELIZABETH RAY, 4, 817 N. Coolidge, Little Rock, Ark., 161,276,292 LEMONS, TANA JEAN, 1, Box 2, Sheridan, Ark., 228 LENDERMON, BETTY SUE, 2, 126 East 22 St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 197 LEWALLEN, LARAINE E., 1, 2016 Simms St., Conway, Ark., 228 LEWIS, THOMAS EDWARD, 1, Holly St., Eudora, Ark., 228 LIEBLONG, SARAH ANN, 2, 12 Fair Oaks, Little Rock, Ark., 179,267 LIGHTFOOT, AWANA V., 4, Rt. 1, Austin, Ark., 259,261 LIGHTLE, J. BURNETT, 1, Route 3, Searcy, Ark., 228 LIGON, JAN HOWARD, 2, 7000 Briarwood Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 197,297 LILE, GREER HEBERT JR., 1, 310 Lanehart, Little Rock, Ark., 228 LILES, CAROLYN GEAN, 3, Drasco, Ark., 179,309 LILLEY, BILLIE LOU, 3, 1720 19th St., Little Rock, Ark., 161 LINCOLN, DWIGHT, 2, Route 2, Widener, Ark., 197,299 LINDLEY, LEONARD W., 2, Route 1, Clarendon, Ark., 197 LINDSAY, MARY FLO, 3, 415 Pine St., Newport, Ark., 117,179,267,269,278,293, 321 LINDSEY, NANCY C., 3, 300 High St., Sheridan, Ark., 179,267,278,287 LINDSEY, NANCY J., 2, 5008 Vine St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 197 LINEBARGER, JERRY W., 2, 1101 E. View St., Morrilton, Ark., 197,297 ' LINN, JUDY LEA, 2, Damascus, Ark., 198, 267,295 LINN, LLOYD R., 3, Route 3, Bee Branch, Ark., 179,270 LINNEMAN, ANN M., 3, Route 6, Box 102 B, Hot Springs, Ark., 95,109,115,179, 257,289,321 LIPPE, JOE FRANK, 4, Rt. 5, Harrison, Ark., 130,161,301 LIPSMEYER, PAUL A., 2, Box 67, Bigelow, Ark., 198,311,319,321 LITTLE, GLINDA LOU, 1, Route 4, Box 20, McCrory, Ark., 229, 308 LOAR, JOEY DARNELL, 1, 6701 Poppy Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 229 LOCKHART, STANLEY V., 1, P. O. Box 53, Gregory, Ark., 130,229 LOETSCHER, ALBERT O., 1, 5704 Fourche Dam Pk., Little Rock, Ark., 229 LOFTIN, JERRY ALLEN, 1, Bruno, Ark., 229 LOFTIN, RONDELL E., 1, 4316 W. 12th St., Little Rock, Ark., 229,337 LOGE, ROGER STEVEN, 1, Route 2, Leslie, Ark., 229 LOIBNER, MICHAEL T., 1, 165 Sheridan Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 127,142,229 LOMAN, DONNA KAY, 1, 334 Eastwood Dr., Prairie Grove, Ark., 229,295 LONG, HAROLD WAYNE, 1, Rt. 1, Box 180, Gravette, Ark., 229 LONG, PHILLIP L. JR., 2, 824 Josephine, Newport, Ark., 198 LONGING, JONATHAN W.. 2, 1307 Bruce, Conway, Ark., 179,270 LORENZ, DARRYL L., 2, 704 Center, Conway, Ark., 179,303 LOVE, LINDA F., 3, Box 310 No. Little Rock, Ark., 179 LOVELADY, DONALD DEAN, 1, Route 2, Mtn. Home Ark., 131,145,219 LOVELL, MARILYN RUTH, 2, Route 1, Clinton, Ark., 198 LOVELL, TERESA ANN, 2, Rt. 7, Box 524, Pine Bluff, Ark., 198,287 LOWE, DARLETTE JUNE, 1, K09 South Tenth, Paris, Ark., 229 LUYET, RONALD E., 1, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 229,311 LYNCH, DANNY G., 3, 406 W. Hannibal, Siloam Springs, Ark., 145,179,285,302, 313 . LYNCH, DONALD WAYNE, 3, 37 Owen St., Eureka Springs, Ark., 229 M MABRY, SUZIE, 3, 1910 Tyler, Conway, Ark., 179,282,291,324 MAGNESS, DONNA V., 2, 524 Locust, Harrison, Ark., 198,293 MAHAN, KATHRINE E., 1, 2114 Hosston, Texarkana, Ark., 229 MAHAN, LAWRENCE A., 2, 315 Rodney Parham, Little Rock, Ark., 198 MAHAN, OLA MARIE, 1, Route 2, Damascus, Ark., 229 MAIER, SHARON SUE, 4, 2009 S. Prairie, Stuttgart, Ark., 161,253,255,278 MAINORD, JAMES C., 4, General Delivery, Marshall, Ark., 161,269 MAINORD, NANCY KAY, 2, College View Apt. 3C, Conway, Ark., 198,267 MAJORS, THURMAN GARY, 1, Route 3, Heber Springs, Ark., 230 MALONE, ROY DAVID, 1, Cherokee Village, Ark., 230 MALTBIA, JOEL, 4, Rt. 1, Box 37B Conway, Ark., 161 MANCHACA, J. VICTORIA, 3, 3701 S. Boston, Fort Smith, Ark., 179 MANUEL, JUDY E., 1, 5206 W. Bullock, Pine Bluff, Ark., 230 MEABISCRUM, MARY A., 1, Perryville, Ark., MARCUM, DIANNE, 1, 302 East Second, Hope, Ark., 230 MARKS, LINDA SUE, 1, Rt. 6, Box 253, El Dorado, Ark., 230,287 MARLAR, LINDA LOU, 1, Rt. 2, Box 134, Cabot, Ark., 230 MARPLE, GINGER ELAINE, 1, 610 West Central, Bentonville, Ark., 230,293 MARSHALL, BRENDA S., 2, 1224 Parker, N. Little Rock, Ark., 198 MARSHALL, THOMAS K., 2, 2417 S. Fillmore, Little Rock, Ark., 179,303,313 MARTIN, BETTY J., 2, 308 W. Third, Brinkley, Ark., 198 MARTIN, CHARLES, 1, Mt. 41dea, Ark., 230 MARTIN, GARRY LYNN, 1, 8317 Jacksonville H, N. Little Rock, Ark., 230 MARTIN, JAMES F., 2, 7631 Woodview Dr., Downers Grove, Ill., 198 MARTIN, JOHN T., 3, 710 Grove St., Conway, Ark., 179,274 MARTIN, LINDA G., 2, 500 Vemielle, Hot Springs, 179,269 MARTIN, MARY LOUISE, 1, Route 3, Box 78, McCrory, Ark., 230 MARTIN, SHERRY A., 2, Hazen, Ark., 198 MASK, HUBERT CLIFF JR., 2, Box 381, Carlisle, Ark., 198 MASSENGALE, LARRY J., 1, Route 1, Clarksville, Ark., 230 MASSEY, ROGER L., 3, R. F. D., Landis, Ark., 179,298,337 MATHIS, JEANNE, 3, Rt. 4, Box 300, Conway, Ark., 179 MATTHEWS, GRACE ELLEN, 1, 715 Ash St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 230 MATTHEWS, PATRICIA A., 1,600 W. 51 St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 230,287 MATTHEWS, PAULA J ., 2, 235 Center, Conway, Ark., 247,289 MATTHEWS, WALLY L, 3, Wilburn Route, Heber Springs, Ark., 137,299 MATTINGLY, LINDA KAY, 1, 7616 Woodson Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 230,311 MATTINGLY, NANCY L, 2, 7616 Woodson, Little Rock, Ark., 198,311 MAXWELL, HAROLD R. JR., 1,9 Wolfe Drive, McGehee, Ark., 230 MAYALL, J OHNNIE C., 4, 603 Gordon, No. Little Rock, Ark., 161 MAYFIELD, G. DIANE, 1, Russell, Ark., 230 MCATEE, HILDRED A., 2, 325 N. Park, Little Rock, Ark., 291,314 MCBURNETT, JEANETTE, 3, Box 13, Redfield, Ark., 179,274 MCCAIG, ROSE MARIE, 1, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 230, 311 MCCALLISTER, LINDA A., 2, Hanover, Ark., 198,269,335 MCCARTY, MELINDA L., 1, 606 Rose Lane, N. Little Rock, Ark., 230 MCCARTY, PATRICIA ANN, 2, Route 1, Higden, Ark., 198,267,308 MCCAULEY, RICHARD M., 1, 1823 West Short 17, N. Little Rock, Ark., 127 MCCLAIN, WM. DOUGLAS, 1, 7404 Dahlia Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 230 MCCLURE, BRENDA K., 3, 340 18th St., Batesville, Ark., 179,269,286 MCCONNAUGHHAY, JERAL, 4, Star Rt. 7, Searcy, Ark., 162 MCCONNELL, FREDRECK, 1, 5107 Manor Ave., Little Rock, Ark., 126,230 MCCOY, DARRELL GENE, 3, Box 74, Enola, Ark., 179,270 MCCOY, GAYLA L., 4, General Delivery, Enola, Ark., 162 MCCRACKEN, MARY SUE, 2, Route 1, Box 21A, Stuttgart, Ark., 198,265,328, 337 MCCRORY, BONNIE SUE, 1, 307 N. Fourth, McGehee, Ark., 230 MCCROTTY, DENNIS, 2, Yellville, Ark., 198,301 MCCURLEY, LINDA SUE, 2, Rt. 2, Box 33, Holly Grove, Ark., 198,295,335 MCDONALD, DANNY T., 1, Route 4, Benton, Ark., 230 McDoNALD, LOUIS E., 1, Higginson, Ark., 230 MCDOWELL, SUSAN D., 1, 15 Alameda, Little Rock, Ark., 231, 282,287 MCELDUFF, JANET LEE, 2, 226 Nathan Dr., Wynne, Ark., 198,293 MCELMURRY, JAMES F., 1, Rt. 5, Box 532, Little Rock, Ark., 231,322 MCELROY, JANICE RUTH, 1, Route 3, Ozark, Ark., 231 MCELROY, LARETTA L., 1, Route 2, Harrison, Ark., 231 MCELROY, SHARON KAY, 1, Box 135, Morrilton, Ark., 231 MCFALLS, GAYLE ANN, 1, Box 333, Star City, Ark., 231 MCGINTY, MAUDIE F., 2, Route 3, Box 77, Conway, Ark., 198 MCGINTY, PEGGY J ., 4, Route 3, Box 77, Conway, Ark., 162,282 MCGRIFF, GWEN, 1, 1505 West 16th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 231,293,320 MCGUIRE, JAMES M., 2, 426 S. 9th St., Thayer, Missouri, 179 MCGUIRE, PAMELA JANE, 2, 721 South 2nd, Dardanelle, Ark., 198,291,327,328 MCINTOSH, KENNETH E., 1, 610 Gardenia, N. Little Rock, Ark., 231 MCKINNEY, LARRY JOE, 1, Box 23, Bassett, Ark., 231 MCKINNEY, THOMAS W., 2, 1809 S T., Fort Smith, Ark., 130,141,198 MCKNIGHT, CATHY A., 2, 109 E. Miss, Marianna, Ark., 198 MCKNIGHT, F. DIANNE, 1, 109 E. Miss, Marianna, Ark., 231 MCKNIGHT, GEORGE F., 2, 10905 West Markham, Little Rock, Ark., 179 MCLEMORE, SALLY A., 2, 12 Hays Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 331,332,328,333 MCMILLAN, BETTY A., 2, 312 West I, N. Little Rock, Ark., 199 MCMILLEN, JO ANN, 4, Star Rt., Damascus, Ark., 162,253 MCMULLEN, SUSAN LEE, 1, Hazen, Ark., 231 MCNAIR, BECKY GAIL, 1, Route 1, Forrest City, Ark., 231,319 MCNULTY, KATHRYN E., 1, 134 Pennsylvania, Jacksonville, Ark., 231, 287 MCNUTT, CHRIS, 1, 246 MCRAE, MARY ANN, 1, Wilson, Ark., 231, 331 MCSPADDEN, GLENDA SUE, 1, Goad, Bradford, Ark., 231 MCSPADDEN, J AN IS C., 2, 112 Pine St., Batesville, Ark., 199,278,293,337 MCSWAIN, EDITH MARIE, 1, Box 183, Ethel, Ark., 231,308 MCWILLIAMS, RODNEY, 215 Emory, Hot Springs, Ark., 247 MEADORS, ALLEN COATS, 2, Box 282, Van Buren, Ark., l99,301,3l3,315,323,337 MEADOWS, D. WESLEY, 2, 509 East Devon, N. Little Rock, Ark., 301 MEADOWS, DONNA SUE, 1, Route 6, Box 209, N. Little Rock, Ark., 231,331 MELTON, LOUIS D., 2, Box 13, Pyatt, Ark., 199,269,335 MELTON, PAN SIE ANN, 1, 6 Susan, Searcy, Ark., 231 MELVIN, RONNIE E., 1, Box 265, Henter, Ark., 231 MENTGEN, JOSEPH R., 3, 3824 W. Capital, Little Rock, Ark., 136,138,179, 302,312,313,323,335 MENTGEN, JULIE HELEN, 2, 3824 W. Capitol, Little Rock, Ark., 199,293,337 MEREDITH, LINDA J., 3, Route 1, Cherry Valley, Ark., 180,278,293,307 MERRITT, BILLY T., 2, 607 Miller, Clarksville, Ark., 199 MERRITT, J . ANNETTE, 4, 523 West 36th St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 162,259,289 MEYER, SHARON K., 2, 201 E. Woodruff, N. Little Rock, Ark., 199,291 MEYER, TONY MARTIN, 1, 9824 Mabelvale Pike, Mabelvale, Ark., 231 MIDDLETON, SONDRA J ., 4, 1926 Caldwell, Conway, Ark., 246,279 MIESNER, DONNA MARIE, 1, Route 2, Box 34, Charleston, Ark., 231,312 MIESNER, LINDA ANN, 2, Rt. 2, Box 34, Charleston, Ark., 199,312 MILES, CHRISTINE, 1, 420 Dismuke, Lonoke, Ark., 231,331 MILES, JIM B., 4, 420 Dismake, Lonoke, Ark., 300 MILLER, ALBERT G., 3, 1306 Skyline Dr., No. Little Rock, Ark., 180,299 MILLER, AM AN DA ANN, 1, 6602 J aponica Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 231,291 MILLER, CHARLA T., 1, Route 2, Box 79, Cabot, Ark., 231 MILLER, DIANE L., 2, 5016 Greenway, N. Little Rock, Ark., 199 MILLER, JUDITH ANN, 1, Coal Hill, Ark., 232,267 MILLER, KAY M., 2, 122 S. Harrison, Dewitt, Ark., 199,328,332,333 MILLER, RONALD L., 2, Perryville, Ark., 199 MILLER, TOBEY LEE, 1, 707 East Lee, N. Little Rock, Ark., 232 MILLS, KAREN ANN, 1, Route 3, Box 425, Benton, Ark., 232 MINTON, ELIZABETH F., 1, Box 113, Des Arc, Ark., 232,331 MINTON, LARRY RAY, 1, Route 1, Box 82B, Little Rock, Ark., 232 MINTON, LINDA L., 2, Box 983, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 199,295,335 MITCHAM, J . JEROME, 1, 205 Fairway, N. Little Rock, Ark., 232,328,338 MITCHELL, BILLY C., 1, 810 Clovis, Danville, Ark., 232 MITCHELL, LOUIS C., 2, 912 Garland, Conway, Ark., 199 MITCHELL, REBECCA J., 1, Route 2, McCrory, Ark., 232 MITCHUSSON, MARJORIE, 2, Gen. Delivery, Widener, Ark., 199,269,278,287 MOBLEY, HARLON J., 3, Route 1, Searcy, Ark., 180 MOBLEY, JANE, 3, 2218 Louxenia, Conway, Ark., 180,254,291 MODE, GREGORY T., 2, 439 Augusta, Conway, Ark., 199,262 MOFFETT, ROBERTA KAY, 2, 1310 Eastfield, Conway, Ark., 199,286 MOIX, RAYMOND J., 2, 513 Third St., Conway, Ark., 199,297,312 MOLER, JIMMY WESLEY, 1, Route 1, Plainview, Ark., 232 MONCRIEF, VICKIE L., 1, Route 5, Searcy, Ark., 232,291 MONDY, DOROTHY, 274 MONK, SUSAN E., 1, 608 Case, Heber Springs, Ark., 232 MONROE, DUCARROL M., 2, 144 Mayfair Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 199,265,301 MONTGOMERY, GUY S., 2, 828 McLain, Newport, Ark., 199 MOON, NANCY CAROLE, 1, 1302 W. Race, Searcy, Ark., 232 MOORE, ANNABELLE, 2, 2171!z West Rush, Harrison, Ark., 199,282,295,327, 328 MOORE, ANTHONY LYNN, 1, 1702 Strait Pl., Stuttgart, Ark., 232 MOORE, DAVID MICHAEL, 3, 1616 Allen, N. Little Rock, Ark., 180,312 MOORE, EDDIE, 2, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 136,138,199,303,313 MOORE, GARY K., 2, 211 N. Griffin, Morrilton, Ark., 199,297,328 MOORE, GREGORY A., 1, 4803 West 55th, Little Rock, Ark., 232 MOORE, JAMES BERRY, 3, 116 East 21st, N. Little Rock, Ark., 180,328 MOORE, LINDA A., 3, Box 145, Elaine, Ark., 180,251 MOORE, MICHAEL B., 1, 1908 S. Van Buren, Little Rock, Ark., 146,232 MOORE, PEGGY DARLENE, 2, Box 550, Conway, Ark., 72032, 232,291 MOOSE, KATHRYN E., 1, 500 Green, Morrilton, Ark., 233 MOREHEAD, ROBERT D., 2, Rt. 4, Box 618, Benton, Ark., 199,270,305 MORGAN, GWENDOLYN, 1, Route 1, Box 112, Ingalls, Ark., 233,274 MORK, CANDIS MAXINE, 2, 7102 Westmar, Little Rock, Ark., 199,289 MORRIS, BOBBY JOE, 1, Route 5, Searcy, Ark., 233 MORROW, DANA JOYCE, 1, 1301 Holloway, Morrilton, Ark., 233 MORROW, MARSHA A., 2, 7302 Gable Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 200,289 MOSELEY, DANA Q., 4, Rt. 1, Box 444, New Edinburg, Ark., 162,269 MOSS, JOE NELSON, 1, 902 Dennison, Little Rock, Ark., 130,146 MOSS, PAT ANN, 2, 700 N. Moose, Morrilton, Ark., 200 MOUDY, DOROTHY MAE, 4, 1024 Deer St., Conway, Ark., 162,261 MUNCY, LINDA KAY, 1, 4518 Crestline Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 233,291 MURPHY, REBECCA ANN, 1, 909 S. College, Stuttgart, Ark., 233 MURPHY, THOMAS E. JR., 1, 506 North 32nd St., West Memphis, Ark., 233 MURRAY, SHERRY GAYE, 1, 18 Wanda Lane, Little Rock, Ark., 233 MURRY, DOROTHY J ., 4, 3618 Orange, No. Little Rock, Ark., 162 MUSGROVE, WM. JOSEPH, 2, 515 N. Third, Charleston, Ark., 136,137,200, 303,313 N NAHLEN, FRANK RAYMOND, 2, 610 3rd, Conway, Ark., 200,312 NAHLEN, MARY FRANCES, 3, Route 2, Box 277, Conway, Ark., 180,312 NARKINSKY, ELIZABETH, 4, Box 174, Perryville, Ark., 162,258 NASH, CHARLES EARL, 2, Box 85, Heber Springs, Ark., 200 NEIGHBORS, HUGH M., 3, 1803 S. College, Stuttgart, Ark., 180,253,271 NELSON, ELLEN SUE, 1, 4805 Faucett Rd., Pine Bluff, Ark., 233,328 NEWBERRY, SHARON ANN, 1, 203 Clark, Bald Knob, Ark., 233 NEWCOMB, BRETT, 2, 4121 Alma, N. Little Rock, Ark., 200,275,319 NEWCOMB, GEORGIA M., 1,724 Poe St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 233 NEWKIRK, F. DIANE, 3, 3 Westbrook, Hot Springs, Ark., 180,295,326 NEWKIRK, FRANKIE K., 4, 1950 E. Torreyson St., Conway, Ark., 246 NEWLAND, DEANNA L., 2, Sage, Ark., 200,268,295,323 NEWLAND, SHERRIN JOY, 1, Dennard, Ark., 233, 335 NEWMAN, CHARLES F., 2, 301 Peterson, Dumas, Ark., 122 NEWMAN, JAMES RONALD, 1, 815 N. Morril, Morrilton, Ark., 233 NEWMAN, NANCY L., 2, B15 N. Morril, Morrilton, Ark., 200 NICHOLS, CHARLES D., 2, 303 Locust, Conway, Ark., 297 NICHOLS, HARTSELLE, L., 2, Rt. 4, Massery Trailer, Conway, Ark., 200 NICHOLS, LINDA S., 1, Route 3, England, Ark., 233 NIELSEN, WAYNE D., 1, 115 Crouch, Benton, Ark., 331 NIEMAN, JOHN JAY, 1, 3716 Hill Road, Little Rock, Ark., 233 NINCEHELSER, CAROL S., 2, 540 N. 48th St., Fort Smith, Ark., 200,289,315 NISBETT, DUANE C., 3, 2902 Bobbie St., Bossier City, La., 163,285,301 NIX, SAMMIE JANE, 1, Marshall, Ark., 233,291 371 372 NIXON, CHARLES A., 1, 16 Edgemont Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 233,320,322 NOBLE, DIANNA L., 4, 200 Rice St., Little Rock, Ark., 163,269,291 NOLTE, PAULA JAN, 1, 112 Mitchell, Conway, Ark., 233 NORMAN, GARRY GENE, 1, 4304 Arlington, N. Little Rock, Ark., 233 NOWLIN, JOE W., 1, West Cypress, Rogers, Ark., 233 NOWLIN, MARY V., 1, Route 1, Box 6A, Dewitt, Ark., 233 NUSKO, ELIZABETH ANN, 2, 103 Mitchell, Hot Springs, Ark., 200,262,287 O ODELL, GRACE LEE, 2, 4516 West 27th, Little Rock, Ark., 200,268,27a,3oa ODOM. JOY LYNN, 3, Route 2, Cabot, Ark., 95,180,251,314 ODOM, LARRY A., 4, Route 2, Cabot, Ark., 139,246,278,285 OGDON, JANICE PEARL, 2, Rt. 1, Box 239, Mayflower, Ark., 200 OLDS, CONSTANCE M., 2, 301 Glenora, N. Little Rock, Ark., 200,278 OLIVER, ANN ELIZABETH, 4, Rt. 2, Stuttgart, Ark., 163,257,291,326 OLIVER, JACK LESTER, 4, Route 1, Greenwood, Ark., 105,163,272,278,297, 315,328,331 ORSINI, JIM A., 3, 600 West M St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 180,296 ORTEGA, MICHAEL ALLEN, 1, 3220 Magnolia, N, Little Rock, Ark., 233 ORTEGA, RAYMOND C. JR., 3, 3220 Magnolia, N. Little Rock, Ark., 180 OSBORNE, FRED JACKSON, 2, 1821 E. Washington, Little Rock, Ark., 200 OTT, ALICE D., 2, 702 Woodlawn, Hot Springs, Ark., 200 OTTO, KATHLEEN, 1, 3108 S. Tyler, Little Rock, Ark., 233, 282 OWEN, EVELYN ELLEN, 3, 1827 Bruce St., Conway, Ark., 180,253,289,337 OWEN, SHARON BELLE, 1, Flippin, Ark., 234,267 OWENS, BRENDA ANNE, 1, Route 4, Box 480, N. Little Rock, Ark., 234 OWENS, ELIZABETH V., 3, 2608 Hickory, Texarkana, Ark., 95,180,272,293,327,331, 332 OWENS, JO ANN, 1, Box 253, Marshall, P PACE, CHERYE SCOTT, 4, 1216 School, Malvern, Ark., 180,269 PACE, SHARON ANN, 4, 1102 Boston, Pine Bluff, Ark., 291 PAGE, MARY BETH, 1, 33 Rolling Lane, Little Rock, Ark., 234 PALMER, EDWINA, 3, Route 6, Box 80, No. Little Rock, Ark., 247.255.257,286 PANNELL, JAMIE KAY, 3, General Delivery, Griffithville, Ark., 331 PARISH, BERT L., 2, Damascus, Ark., 201 PARISH, STANLEY, 4, 1641 Davis, Conway, Ark., 163 PARKER, ROBERT LEON, 1, Box 255, Clarendon, Ark., 234 PARKER, SHARON ANN, 1, 1104 Park Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 234 PARKER, SONDRA LOU, 1, 412 Prospect, Newport, Ark., 234,287 PARKER, TOMMY VERNON, 1, Route 1, Yellville, Ark., 234, 263 PARNELL, FLOYD B., 3, General Delivery, Cotton Plant, Ark., 181 PARNELL, LARRY THOMAS, 1, Box 262, Cotton Plant, Ark., 234,301 PARNELL, LINDA GAYLE, 1, Norfork, Ark., 234 PARRIS, TOMMY LEE, 2, 816 East Div., Hope, Ark., 201,270 PARROTT, JIMMY T., 1, 202 W. Moore, Heber Springs, Ark., 234 PARSLEY, REJINIA E., 1, Route 2, Box 266, Newport, Ark., 234 Ark., 234 PARSONS, BRUCE G., 3, Route 4, Benton, Ark., 181 PARSONS, CLYDE THOMAS, 4, 19 E. Mississippi, Marianna, Ark., 163 PARTRIDGE, WALTER H., 3, Star Rt., Stuttgart, Ark., 181, 328 PASSMORE, WANDA LEE, 4, Oxley, Ark., 163 PATRICK, LETA JEAN, 1, Route 1, Box 106, Brinkley, Ark., 234,328 PATTERSON, JULIA A., 2, Box 229, Lepanto, Ark., 181,266 PATTERSON, LONNIE E., 2, 215 Hinkley, England, Ark., 328,332,333 PATTERSON, PHILLIP W., 1, 511 Hazel, Benton, Ark., 234 PATTY, CONNIE RAE, 4, 515 No. 51, Fort Smith, Ark., 163,269-295,326 PAUL, HOWARD MONORE, 1, Perryville, Ark., 234 PAYNE, DONNA A., 3, 2612 W. 13th St., Little Rock, Ark., 181 PAYNE, MARTHA SUE, 1, 2101 West U7th, Little Rock, Ark., 234,328 PAYNE, PHILLIP E., 4,2612 W. 13th St., Little Rock, Ark., 181 PAYNE, RALPH J . JR., 3, 6200 Longwood Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 181,299 PEACOCK, JANET ANN, 2, Route 1, Bald Knob, Ark., 201 PEACOCK, JOEY N., 4, Route One, McCrory, Ark., 163 PEARLE, SHERRY L., 1, 2504 E. Washington, N. Little Rock, Ark., 234 PEARROW, CHARLES O., 1, Main St., Bald Knob, Ark., 127 PECK, GREGORY W., 3, 208 S. Cedar St., Little Rock, Ark., 181,298 PEERSON, MELVIN LEE, 3, 2925 S. Memphis, Ft., Smith, Ark., 181 PEMBERTON, STEPHEN L., 3, 3573 C. Hawthorne Dr., Dover, Del., 181 PENDERGIST, J ESSE III, 2, Route 2, Augusta, Ark., 234 PENDERGRAFT, LINDA A., 1, 108 Helen, Hot Springs, Ark., 234 PENDERGRASS, MARY A., 3, 109 Elm St., Crossett, Ark., 163,278,335 PENNARTZ, THERESIA M., 1, Route 2, Charleston, Ark., 234,281,312 PENNINGTON, CAROLYN S., 1, Route 1, Newport, Ark., 234 PENNINGTON, DAN LARRY, 1, Bee Branch, Ark., 234 PENNY, DANNY CHARLES, 2, 616 East Lee, No. Little Rock, Ark., 116,127,201, 301 PENROD, PATRICIA L., 2, Route 2, Greenbrier, Ark., 201,335 PERRY, CLOIE, 4, Route 3, Box 39, England, Ark., 163,263,265,292 PERRY, ERLA MAE, 3, 603 Denton St., Benton, Ark., 181,268,307,321 PETERSEN, DIANE A., 2, 47 Berkshire, Little Rock, Ark., 181,262 PETERSON, DENISE ANN, 1, 5521 N. Maple, N. Little Rock, Ark., 234 PETERSON, JACKIE D., 2, C 7 Col. View Apts., Conway, Ark., 181,270,305 PETERSON, ROBERT LEON, 4, 3120 Cypress St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 163, 261 PHILLIPS, JAMES LEVI, 1, 215 Jackson Ave., Berryville, Ark., 234 PHILLIPS, JANICE LEA, 1, 4216 Mussett, Fort Smith, Ark., 235,293,331 PHILLIPS, JIM EARL, 2, 410 E. College, Harrison, Ark., 297 PHILLIPS, JOY L., 4, 1316 West 10, No. Little Rock, Ark., 106,163,256,289 PHILLIPS, LINDA LOU, 1, Route 1, Box 106A, Springfield, Ark., 235 PHILLIPS, PAMELA JEAN, 1, 509 Clinton Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 235 PHILLIPS, SHARON, 1, 1421 Hines, Newport, Ark., 235,266 PICKENS, SIDNEY A., 3, Box 81, Norfork, Ark., 181 PICKLE, BOBBY N., 4, Route 1, Clarendon, Ark., 163 PIERCE, MINNIE MAE, 1, 1302 Jones, Corning, Ark., 235 PIERCE, SANDRA JEAN, 2, 1308 West 37th N. Little Rock, Ark., 235,274,331 PIERSON, HANS JOACHIM, 3, 5429 Pike Ave., N. Little Rock, Ark., 127,181,301 PIKE, FREDDIE R., 4, Rt. 3, Box 85, Conway, Ark., 163 PINDER, THOMAS GEORGE, 1, 52 Willow Ave., Cornwall, New York, 126,235 PINKERTON, DWIGHT A., 4, Gen. Del., Umpire, Ark., 164 PIPPIN, LAURA L., 1, 1601 Utah, Pine Bluff, Ark., 235,319 PISTOLE, NANCY VAUGHN, 1, 610 Pine, Crossett, Ark., 235 PITTS, LINDA ANN, 1, 6417 Osage Drive, No. Little Rock, Ark., 235 PLANT, D. MELINDA, 1, 313 Walker, Clarendon, Ark., 235 POLK, LYNN MATTHEW, 4, 16 Wanda Lane, Little Rock, Ark., 164,305 PORET, DENNIS JOSEPH, 1, 901 Catherine, Key West, Florida, 235 PORTER, BETTY SUE, 2, Shirley, Ark., 295 PORTER, GARY DWAYNE, 1, 917 Poplar, Benton, Ark., 235 POTTER, LARRY D., 3, 5100 Nall, Mission, Kansas, 181,313 POWELL, PHYLLIS, 3, 5111!2 West 47 St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 181,255 POWER, BONITA MAE, 4, 106 Miller, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 164,289 POWERS, T. STEPHEN, 4, 1938 College, Conway, Ark., 72032, 164,299 POYNOR, BOBBY LEE, 1, Route 1, Osceola, Ark., 235 PRESLEY, J. DONALD, 3, Route 1, Box 41, Pangburn, Ark., 181,270 PRESLEY, JIMMIE D., 2, 17 Meadowbrook Conway, Ark., 270 PREWITT, JOHN RALPH, 1, Route 1, Box 326, Benton, Ark., 235 PRICE, PAUL HESSIE, 1, 125 N. Franklin, Pine Bluff, Ark., 235,328 PRINCE, JAMES M., 2, 108 Dakota Dr., Jacksonville, Ark., 201,301 PRINGLE, RONALD B., 2, 512 S. Judd, Ft. Worth, Texas, 123,181,280 PROFFITT, JOHN ROGER, 2, Oxford, Ark., 201,337 PROPPS, ANGELA GAIL, 1, 9014 Barber, N. Little Rock, Ark., 235 PROTHRO, FREDDA F., 1, Route 1, Box 997, Benton, Ark., 235-293,328 PROVANCE, PATRICIA M., 1, Route 1, Des Arc, Ark., 235 PRYOR, BRENDA E., 3, Route 1, Greenwood, Ark., 181,269,278,321,335 PUCKETT, DAVID LARRY, 2, 5 Roxbury, Little Rock, Ark., 125,201 QUALLS, BETTYE R., 3, 1401 W. Long 17th St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 95,291, 326 QUILLIN, SANDRA LEIGH, 1, 7504 Missouri, Little Rock, Ark., 235 QUIMBY, JOY JEAN, 1, 3925 Cypress, NO. Little Rock, Ark., 235 QUINN, LOUANNE, 1, 206 Haynes Dr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 235 QUINN, REBECCA F., 1, 1106 Beech, Crossett, Ark., 235 QUINNEY, MARY ELLEN, 1, 4112 Lee Ave., Little Rock, Ark., 235,312 R RADCLIFFE, DIANE GAILE, 4, 213 Adams St., Lonoke, Ark., 164,291 RADZIETA, DONNA JEAN, 1, 143 Alabama, Jacksonville, Ark., 236 RAINBOLT, AUBREY A., 2, 1411 Mitchell, Conway, Ark., 181 RAINWATER, MARY E., 3, 23 Coronado Circle, No. Little Rock, Ark., 95,181, 265,289 RAKES, ANNETTE MAY, 2, Route 3, Bentonville, Ark., 201,276 RAMOLY, LINDA S., 2, 102 S. Schiller, Little Rock, Ark., 201,289,326 RAMSEY, BARBARA ANN, 1, 803 Adaline Lane, Van Buren, Ark., 236 RAMSEY, CHARLES A., 4, West Main St., Mountain View, Ark., 164,253,255 RAMSEY, DIANA MOTES, 4, 1513 South Boulevard, Conway, Ark., 164,278 RAMSEY, DOROTHY ANN, 1, Main St., Mountain View, Ark., 236, 267 RAMSEY, JAMES E., 4, 809 W. Searcy St., Heber Springs, Ark., 164,280,285, 292 RAMSEY, PAUL R., 2, 106 W. College, Beebe, Ark., 201,322 RAU, JOHN WALTER, 1, 6434 Milwaukee Ave., Wauwatosa, Wisc., 236,338 RAU, ROBERT F., 2, 6434 Milwaukee Ave., Wauwatosa, Wisc., 201,338 RAUTON, LEWIS E. R., 2, 3306 Hill Road, Little Rock, Ark., 297 RAY, SHARON J AN, 1, Box 46, Humnoke, Ark., 236 REA, GARY WAYNE, 1, Gen. Del., Bryant, Ark., 137,236 READE, HARRIET C., 2, Rt. 6, Box 13, Leslie, Ark., 201, 267 READE, JOAN CAROL, 1, Route 6, Leslie, Ark., 236,267 REAMES, KAYE FRANCIS, 1, Box 735, Hampton, Ark., 236,274,289 RED, SERENA LLOYD, 4, Route 1, Box 214, Sheridan, Ark., 246,284,295 REDD, VALERIE A., 3, 5312 N. Cedar, No. Little Rock, Ark., 181,269 REDDING, LYNDA CAROL, 2, Route 1, McRae, Ark., 201,274 REDDITT, ELIZABETH A., 4, 505 Bridge, Morrilton, Ark., 106,164,257,326 REDFERN, JEAN E., 2, 324 N. Tyler, Little Rock, Ark., 201,271,328 REDING, PAUL EDWARD, 1, Route 4, Box 314, Sheridan, Ark., 236,272,328,332,333 REED, CATHERINE A., 3, 22 La Vista Dr., No. Little Rock, Ark., 182 REED, DANNY FRANKLIN, 1, 110 Locust, Conway, Ark., 127 REED, KATHLEEN A., 3, General Delivery, Concord, Ark., 182,266 REEVES, GREG KEITH, 1, 707 Crestwood Dr., Benton, Ark., 127 REGAULD, MICHAEL H., 4, 2116 Cumberland, Little Rock, 164,278 REGINELLI, CAROL L., 2, Box L, Marion, Ark., 201 REID, TOMMIE L., 4, Box 204, Morrilton, Ark., 182 REID, VICKI LYNN, 3, 1208 West Second, Pine Bluff, Ark., 267,278 REIDHAR, BONNIE L., 4, P. O. Box 536, Des Arc, Ark., 164,267,278 REININGER, LYLE A., 1, 411 S. Henderson, Stuttgart, Ark., 236,274 RENFRO, ROBERT J. JR., 4, 1025 W. Ash St., Blytheville, Ark., 164,257 RESTUM, EDWARD A., 3, Route 1, Box 28, Bauxite, Ark., 182 RESTUM, GEMELIA E., 2, Route One, Box 28, Bauxite, Ark., 201 REVELEY, JOHNNIE BESS, 2, Route 1, Ward, Ark., 201,265 REYNOLDS, DONNA L., 2, 609 Sherwood Drive, No. Little Rock, Ark., 201 REYNOLDS, IRIS MARIE, 4, 2521 Johnson, Little Rock, Ark., 164,253,265 REYNOLDS, JOE DONALD, 1, 1609 Carolyn, Jacksonville, Ark., 236 REYNOLDS, OPAL LEE, 4, 2521 Johnson, Little Rock, Ark., 164,253,265 RHODES, SHIRLEY ANN, 1, 709 Holden, Newport, Ark., 236,287 RICE, FLORENCE EILEEN, 2, 318 West Third, Lonoke, Ark., 247 RICE, NORMAN DEWAINE, 1, Route 1, Roland, Ark., 236,337 RICE, NYOKA LE FRANKA, 1, 619 N. W. Front, Walnut Ridge, Ark., 236,267 RICHARDS, CYNTHIA ANN, 1, 224 Narroway, Benton, Ark., 236 RICHARDS, LINDA KAY, 1, 322 Belmont, N. Little Rock, Ark., 236 RICHARDSON, CHARLOTTE, 1, Box 75, Alpena, Ark., 236 RICHARDSON, FRANK E., 1, 715 Pecan, Osceola, Ark., 122 RICHARDSON, JANNIS A., 2, Route 2, Box 420, Alexander, Ark., 201,269,278,308 RICHARDSON, RICHARD M., 3, 715 Pecan St., Osceola, Ark., 123 RICHARDSON, RICKY G., 4, Route 1, Box 152, Forrest City, Ark., 135,136,138, 164,257,303,313 RICHENBACK, BECKY SUE, 1, 708 N. College, Stuttgart, Ark., 236,335 RIDDLE, PATRICIA A., 2, Route 6, Box 150, N. Little Rock, Ark., 201 RIDINGS, BRENDA K., 2, 704 Wildwood, N. Little Rock, Ark., 201,282,293 RIEKE, JANET JO, 2, Cleveland, Hazen, Ark., 95,201,291 RIFFEY, PAULA KAY, 2, Box 36, Wheatley, Ark., 95,202 RINIE, VIRGINIA A., 4, Box 98, Route One, Belleville, Ark., 165,253,267 RISSER, REBECCA LYNN, 1, 4820 Willow Springs, Little Rock, Ark., 236 RIVERS, DONALD D., 2, 509 Oak, Pine Bluff, Ark., 202,262,312,322 ROACH, RONALD P., 3, 223 Griffith, Conway, Ark., 141 ROBB, CAROLYN R., 2, 710 W. University, Siloam Springs, Ark., 202,269,278,331 ROBBINS, JUDY ANN, 4, 410 Freeman St., Hot Springs, Ark., 165,255,265 ROBERSON, LAWANNA J., 2, 20 Cloverdale, Searcy, Ark., 202 ROBERTS, BARBARA L., 2, Rt. 1, Box 63 A, Scott, Ark., 202,287 ROBERTS, DAVID HENRY, 2, Box 53, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 136,202,303 ROBERTS, ELIZABETH A., 2, 1 Marshall Drive, Searcy, Ark., 202,328 ROBERTS, JANET KAY, 3, Box 53, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 72032, 182,259,261,274 ROBERTS, JEAN E., 2, 1360 Seventh St., Hot Springs, Ark., 202 ROBERTS, THOMAS A., 1, Perryville, Ark., 236,301 ROBERTSON, ALTON J ., 2, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 202,278 ROBERTSON, BILLY H., 1, 1 Jefferson Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 236 ROBERTSON, ELTON C., 1, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 236,262 ROBERTSON, JOHNNIE B., 3, 2109 Kelly, Fort Smith, 182,272,332 ROBINSON, BERA PRICE, 4, Route 1, Beebe, Ark., 165 ROBINSON, JUDITH L., 3, 5210 So. 24th, Fort Smith, Ark., 95,182,295,326 ROBINSON, LINDA K., 4, 304 Jackson, Hot Springs, Ark., 165,253,278,308 ROBINSON, MARY RUTH, 1, 38 Circle Drive, Hot Springs, Ark., 236 ROBINSON, THOMAS JEFF, 2, Box 116, Ola, Ark., 131,202,301 ROBINSON, THOMAS F., 3, 1901 Robins, Conway, Ark., 182 ROBISON, LELA LAVERN, 2, 889 Sherwood Drive, Forrest City, Ark., 202,263 RODGERS, SUZANNE, 3, Route 3, Box 270, Pine Bluff, Ark., 182,253,265,292 ROGERS, DONNA LEE, 1, Route 1, Springdale, Ark., 236-293,308 ROGERS, HOLLIS G., 3, 409 Dobbs, Benton, Ark., 182,271 ROGERS, MARY KATHRYN, 3, Route 2, Paris, Ark., 182,269 ROGERS, MARY LENO, 1, Route 1, Perryville, Ark., 237,335 ROGERS, ROBERT RAY, 1, Route 3, Charleston, Ark., 237 RORIE, BOYCE DARRELL, 1, Mountain View, Ark., 237,270 ROSE, LARRY PAT, 4, 305 Donaghen, Conway, Ark., 165,278 ROSS, JANICE ANITA, 1, 215 S. Newton, El Dorado, Ark., 237,267 ROSS, ROGER D., 2, 507 E. Short Mt. St., Paris, Ark., 182,269,278,301,319,321 ROWDEN, LANA JEAN, 1, Oxford, Ark., 237 ROWLAND, LINDA K., 4, 1806 West 19th, No. Little Rock, Ark., 165,289 ROWLETT, SHIRLEY ANN, 1, Route 3, Bentonville, Ark., 237 RUDKIN, RANDY GLENN, 1, Box 55, Perry, Ark., 237 RUSH, BARBARA GAY, 1, 26 Nob Hill Cove, Little Rock, Ark., 237 RUSHING, JIMMIE ALLAN, 1, 1115 West Seventh, Pine Bluff, Ark., 237,331 RUSSELL, DANNY RAY, 1, Route 2, Box 203, Moro, Ark., 237 RUSSELL, JERRY GLYNN, 4, Box 33. Ward, Ark., 246 RUSSELL, LINDA KAY, 4, 1519 Locust St., Texarkana, Ark., 165,281,282,291, 325 RUTHVEN, MICKI L., 1, 705 Block, Wynne, Ark., 237 RUGLEDGE, ALICE FAYE, 1, Huff, Ark., 237,308 RUTLEDGE, ELAINE, 3, General Delivery, Huff, Ark., 182,253,271,308,327,337 RYAN, JANE ANN, 1, Route 2, Conway, S SABO, BEVERLY A., 2, 1811 E. Lakeview, Benton, Ark., 202,263,293,312 SADLER, MARY S., 2, 15 Cliffwood Cr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 202 SAIA, WILLIAM ANTHONY, 1, 615 Ridchton, Helena, Ark., 127,237 SANDERS, EVELYN N., 1, P. O. Box 42, Conway, Ark., 72032, 237,271,279 SANDERS, JILL ANNETTE, 1, 1204 S. Van Buren, Dewitt, Ark., 237 SANDERS, KAREN A., 3, 708 Wildwood, No. Little Rock, Ark., 278,291,328,332 SANDERS, VICKI LYNN, 1, 3705 Bruno, Little Rock, Ark., 238 SANTA CRUZ, LINDA C., 1, Route 3, Berryville, Ark., 238,289 SAUM, THEADORA SUE, 4, 1618 W. Emma, Springdale, Ark., 165 SAUNDERS, JERRY L., 3, 306 Pine, Dardanelle,Ark., 182,316,331 SAYGER, PAULETTE, 1, Box 314, Biscoe, Ark., 238 SCHAEFER, JUDY ANN, 3, 1702 Central, Hot Springs, Ark., 182,282 SCHAFER, CYNTHIA A., 2, Route 1, Lonoke, Ark., 202,269 SCHICHTL, SHELBY J ., 4, 1507 Caldwell, Conway, Ark., 165,278,312 SCHISLER, MARY M, 3, Box 175, Weiner, Ark., 182,326,337 SCHLEIFER, RODNEY P., 2, 923 E. Kiehl, N. Little Rock, Ark., 202,338 SCHMECKENBECHER, A. D., 1, 12400 Hilaro Sp. Rd., Little Rock, Ark. 238 SCHMIDT, LINDA C., 2, 5812 West 14th, Little Rock, Ark., 202 SCHUBURG, LINDA LEE, 2, 1567 Parter, Batesville, Ark., 202,287 SCHWENDEMANN, NANCY J ., 2, Horseshoe Bend Es., Franklin, Ark., 202,295 SCHWENK, DON L., 4, 5700 Fourche Dam Pik, Little Rock, Ark., 165 SCOTT, MARTHA JEAN, 1, 48 Meadowbrook Conway, Ark., 238 SCO'I'l', MARY L., 2, 1305 Kavanaugh, Little Rock, Ark., 202 SCOTT, PATRICIA A., 4, Route 2, Altheimer, Ark., 165,267 SCOTT, SAM VICK JR., 1, 40 Wesley Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 238 SCOTT, SONDRA LYNN, 1, 405 N. Lane, Morrilton, Ark., 238 SCOTT, THERESA ANN, 1, 2204 Battery, Little Rock, Ark., 238 SEALE, JERRI, 2, 1423 N. Hughes, Little Rock, Ark., 182,291 SEAY, JEREL DEE, 4, 208 Locust St., Conway, Ark., 165,338 SELIG, NANCY LEE, 1, 1530 Bruce, Conway, Ark., 238,291 SELIG, SUSAN A., 2, 1530 Bruce, Conway, Ark., 202,289 SELLARS, ETTA W., 4, Route 2, Clinton, Ark., 165,255,278 Ark., 237 373 374 SENN, GERALD ALLEN, 4, 6700 Westour Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 165,305,307,328 SHARP, DAVID MARION, 3, R. R. 2, Charleston, Ark., 182,303,335 SHARROCK, MIKE F., 3, 243 Conway Blvd., Conway, Ark., 182,297,312 SHASTID, J ERRILYN R., 2, 407 North 18th, Ozark, Ark., 202,295 SHAVER, ANNE ELIZABET, 3, Payneway, Ark., 182,274,287 SHAW, GARY WAYNE, 2, 124 South 3rd, Augusta, Ark., 202 SHAW, THOMAS MITCHELL, 1, 208 South Seventh, Nashville, Ark., 238 SHEFFER, DONALD E., 1, Cotton Plant, Ark., 238 SHEFFIELD, DOROTHY L., 3, 203 North Ave., Lockport, Ill., 182 SHELL, ALICE ANN, 2, 3 Reaview Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 202,289 SHELTON, RICKY DALE, 1, Box 98, Perryville, Ark., 238 SHELTON, WARREN G., 1, 10710 W. Markham, Little Rock, Ark., 136,138 SHEPHARD, WM. JOHN, 1, Route 2, Box 7, Corning, Ark., 142 SHEPHERD, CAROLYN J., 1, Route 1, Box 151 A., Forrest City, Ark., 238,287 SHEPHERD, HAROLD G., 3, General Delivery, Hollis, Ark., 182 SHEPPARD, SUSAN L., 1, 206 Main St., Hot Snrings, Ark.. 238 SHILLING, RALPH WAYNE, 1, Route 2, Box 160 B, Scott, Ark., 238 SHIPMAN, CAROLYN L., 2, 4423 Faucett Rd., Pine Bluff, Ark., 202,258,331 SHIPP, BILLY D., 3, 1200 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 182,263,305 SHIRLEY, JIMMY DALE, 1, 815 Garland, West Helena, Ark., 126 SHIRRON, PHILLIP H., 2, 205 S. Rock, Sheridan, Ark. 203 SHIVEY, JANET M., 2, 458 College, Batesville, Ark., 203,284,287,312 SHOEMAKE, GARY LEE, 1, 825 W. Srmmes, Osceola, Ark., 125 SHOFFNER, MARY NELL, 4, 600 West Race, Searcy, Ark., 165,267,278 SHOOK, DOYLE L JR., 1, 1306 Parkway, Crossett, Ark., 238 SHORE, SANDRA LEE, 1, 1313 McArthur, Jacksonville, Ark., 238 SHORT, BILLY A., 3, General Delivery, Bigelow, Ark., 297 SHORT, BONNIE JANE, 1, Route 3, Bentonville, Ark., 238 SHORT, ROBERT C., 2, Bigelow, Ark., 183 SHRADER, RONNIE J., 2, 47 Collins Rd., Jacksonville, Ark., 203 SHULTZ, CLIFTON O., 3, 922 Poplar, Helena, Ark., 183,261 SHUMARD, SANDRA GALE, 1,2807 Flakewood, Little Rock, Ark., 238,274, 291,337 SIKES, MARY NELL, 4, 114 Sunset Lane, No. Little Rock, Ark., 166,278,292 SILVERIA, SHERRY ANN, 1, Route 1, Ratcliff, Ark., 238,312 SIMERSON, RICHARD C., 1, 1002 Circle Dr., Benton, Ark., 137 SIMON, KAY M., 3, 607 Ingram, Conway, Ark., 183,253,265,287,312 SIIVION, MARY JOE, 1, Vilonia Hwy, Conway, Ark., 238,271,312 SIMON, PHYLLIS MOIX, 4, 314 Oliver, Conway, Ark., 166,252 SIMON, THERESA LOUISE, 2, 420 Second St., Conway, Ark., 183,293,312 SIMS, CAROL SUE, 1, Route 2, Albion, Michigan, 238 SIMS, MARY JO, 1, Route 1, Austin, Ark., 238 SIPES, LARRY GENE, 1, 39 Belmont, Little Rock, Ark., 238 SISK, WILLIAM RAY, 1, 20 Broadmoor, Little Rock, Ark., 239 SITES, PAMELA JOYCE, 1, Route 1, Box 2, Altheimer, Ark., 239 SITES, PAULETTE ZULLA, 1, Route 3, Sheridan, Ark., 239 SKINNER, LARRY DON, 2, 27 Harper Lane, Willingboro, N.J., 142,203,323 SMART, BEVERLY A., 3, Rt. 5, Box 15, El Dorado, Ark., 247 SMITH, BARBARA LYNN, 4, Route 2, Box 61, Sheridan, Ark., 166,287,316 SMITH, BRENDA RAY, 3, 204 Hy Line Dr., Hot Springs, Ark., 183,267,278,308 SMITH, DANNY H., 4, Box 9, Bentonville, Ark., 106,166,253,257,261,274,30I,318 SMITH, DIANA DALE, 1, 4936 W. Markham, Little Rock, Ark., 239,295 SMITH, DONNA L., 3, 11 Snyder, Hot Springs, Ark., 183,293,337 SMITH, DOUGLAS B., 1, Edgemont, Ark.,239 SMITH, FRED VERNON, 2, 104 Crescent Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 183,261,305 SMITH, GARY M., 3, 15 Meadowbrook Dr., Conway, Ark., 183 SMITH, HALBERT V. JR., 2, Rt. 1, Bee Branch, Ark., 203,305 SMITH, JERRAL C., 2, 3520 McCord, N. Little Rock, Ark., 203 SMITH, JERRY L., 3, General Delivery, Hickory Plains, Ark., 1s3,253,271,303 SMITH, KAYE RENE, 1, 17 Tomahawk Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 239,293,335 SMITH, LINDA GAIL, 1, 1307 W. Gibson, Ozark, Ark., 239 SMITH, LINDA LOU, 1, Route 3, Greenbrier, Ark., 239 SMITH, LINDELL FLYNN, 4, Rt. 1, Box 37, Bald Knob, Arkansas, 166 SMITH, MARJORIE ANN, 1, 500 Wildwood Circle, Hot Springs, Ark., 239,281 SMITH, NANCY M., 4, 1012 Loretta Lane, Little Rock, Ark., 166,257,289,315,324 SMITH, PAMELA MARIE, 1, Route 1, Box 374, Bauxite, Ark., 239 SMITH, RANDALL H., 2, Route 3, Hwy. 64, Conway, Ark., 297 SMITH, RAYBURN ALAN, 1, 1216 Park Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 239 SMITH, ROBERT LEE, 2, 312 Pine Bluff, Malvern, Ark., 203 SMITH, SAM WAYNE, 1, Box 927, Devalls, Bluff, Ark., 239,263 SMITH, SANDRA, 2, Leslie, Ark., 203 SMITH, SHERRY A., 2, Box 83, Hoxie, Ark., 203,266 SMITH, TROY JEAN, 1, Rt. 1, Box 580, Mabelvale, Ark., 239 SMITH, VIRNEY WM., 1, Route 2, Box 34, Carlisle, Ark., 239 SMITH, WILLIAM TERRY, 1, 1006 Loretta Lane, Little Rock, Ark., 239 SMITHERS, SUSAN D., 3, 614 Dyer Circle, Benton, Ark., 183 SMITHSON, LARRY GLENN, 3, 6241 Highland Ave., Richmond, Calif., 183, 261,305 SNEED, LINDA DIANE, 1, Route 2, Quitman, Ark., 239 SOLOMON, KARLA JOANNE, 1, 628 Western Res, Ludlow, Ky., 239 SOUTH, DAVID LEE, 1, 4009 Fir, Pine Bluff, Ark., 239 SOUTHERLAND, KATHERINE, 183,331 SOUTHERN, PEGGY ANN, 1, 1705 N. Pierce, Little Rock, Ark., 239,293 SOWELL, VIRGINIA L, 3, General Delivery, Mayflower, Ark., 183,259 SPANN, BARBARA CAROLE, 1, 2809 Edgewood Dr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 239 SPANN, CARROLL G., 1, 8406 Seymour, Little Rock, Ark., 239 SPARKS, J ACQUELYN, 2, 508 W. Central, Bentonville, Ark., 203 SPARKS, JAMES EDWARD, 2, Box 341, Hazen, Ark., 203,272,328 SPAULDING, JIMMY E., 3, 102 Cloverdale, Search, Ark., 183 SPEARS, MARY ELIZABET, 1, 63 N. Florida, Marianna, Ark., 239,289 SPEER, PANSY SUE, 2, Rt. 2, Box 242, Alexander, Ark., 203,278,308,331 SPENCER, JO E., 2, 405 West Parker, Hamburg, Ark., 203 SPENCER, JUDY L., 1, Route 2, Wynne, Ark., 331 SPENCER, LARRY J., 3, 506 W. Driver St., Osceola, Ark., 123,183 SPENCER, SHIRLEY JOYC, 4, Box 125, Rt. 1, Widener, Ark., 166,282,287 SPERRY, KATHY ANN, 1, Clarendon, Ark., 239 SPICKES, DAVID EDWARD, 1, 9 Cinderella, Little Rock, Ark., 240 SPIGNER, GLENN WALKER, 2, 611 Peach Ashdown, Ark., 127,239 SPRINGFIELD, LYNN, 4236 Malvern Rd., Hot Springs, Ark., 166 SPURLOCK, TERESA ANN, 1, Box 182, Hollygrove, Ark., 240,295 SPURLOCK, TRESS L., 4, Rt. 1, Box 90, Holly Grove, Ark., 166,301 STACKS, JUDITH DIANE, 2, Rt. 2, Bee Branch, Ark., 183 STACY, KATHRYN ANN, 2, Route 1, Quitman, Ark., 183 STAFFORD, MARY ELENA, 1, Route 2, Leslie, Ark., 240,279 STANDEFER, MARY A., 4, 1052 Donaghey, Conway, Ark., 295 STANDFILL, BERNITA K., 1, 300 Shamrock, Little Rock, Ark., 115,240,295 STANFILL, MARGARET L., 1, 205 E. Blvd., Conway, Ark., 240,291 STANLEY, LARRY DANIEL, 4, Box 246, Hazen, Arkansas, 166,299,337 STANTON, JAMES L., 2, Oliver 332, Conway, Ark., 183,274,335 STANTON, M. KAY, 3, Route 3, Greenbrier, Ark., 183 STARK, HILDA, 1, Route 2, Heber Springs, Ark., 240 STARKEY, TERRY G., 2, 1919 Clifton St., Conway, Ark., 125,203,301 STATON, BETTY LUE, 1, Route 2, Lonoke, Ark., 240 STEED, WILLIAM DOSS, 1, Main, Bradford, Ark., 240 STEELE, DANNY W., 4, Route 2, Alexander, Ark., 166,301 STEELMAN, CATHY JEAN, 1, 5705 Camp Robinson R., N. Little Rock, Ark., 240 STELL, DANNY E., 4, 1830 Mill St., Conway, Ark., 166,297 STELL, LYNDA KAY, 2, 1840 Mill St., Conway, Ark., 240 STELL, REBECCA C., 1, 1006 Beech, Crossett, Ark., 240 STEPHENS, DONNA SUE, 2, Route 2, Conway, Ark., 203,274 STEPHENS, PEGGY E., 2, Route One, Enola, Ark., 203 STEPHENS, RICHARD A., 3, 115 Hillcrest, Hot Springs, Ark., 138,183,257,262,285, 300,313,315,3I9 STERLING, BOBBIE SUE, 1, Route 3, Box 348, Conway, Ark., 240 STEVENS, B. CAROLYN, 4, Box 3, Delaplaine, Ark., 166,267 STEVENS, COLEMAN S., 2, 104 Brickey, Osceola, Ark., 203 STEVENS, GAYLE ANN, 2, Mountain View, Ark., 203,331 STEVENS, ROBERT D., 4, 2021 Independence, Conway, Ark., 166,270 STEWART, ANN E., 2, 320 Conway Blvd., Conway, Ark., 203,274,295 STEWART, DICKIE DAVE, 3, Norfork, Ark., 183 STEWART, ELLEN REED, 1, 496 Ridgeway Little Rock, Ark., 240 STEWART, EMOGENE, 3, Austin Ark., 183 STEWART, SHIRLEY ANN, 4, Rt. 1, Box 143, Hensley, Ark., 106,166,252,254,278 STIEFVATER, JAMES E., 4, 707 First St., Conway, Ark., 167,270,278,299,312 STIEFVATER, RAY C., 2, 707 First, Conway, Ark., 270 STILES, MARSHA K., 1, 1227 Brownwood Dr., Malvern, Ark., 240 STOBAUGH, LINDA D., 1, Highway 64, Plumerville, Ark., 241 STOBAUGH, SARAH E., 3, 1612 Patterson, Tupelo, Miss., 183,253,269,291 STOVER, DONNA FAYE, 1, Casa, Ark., 241 STRACK, KENNY MARTIN, 1, Route 4, Box 48, Conway, Ark., 240,270,312 STRACK, RALPH J ., 2, 1512 College, Conway, Ark., 297 STRACK, ROBERT E., 2, 460 Ingram, Conway, Ark., 167 STRACK, RONALD ANTON, 4, Route 4, Conway, Ark., 139,312 STRAIN, GARY A., 4, Mayflower, Ark., 167,253,261 STRATE, JUDY ANN, 1, 109 Southeast F St., Bentonville, Ark., 240 STRAUGHAN, MICHAEL S., 1, Box 146, Hazen, Ark., 241 STREET, REBECCA J., 2, Cherokee Village, Cave City, Ark., 203,267,331 STRICKLAND, LINDA KAY, 1, 600 Lisbon, Smackover, Ark., 241 STRICKLAND, LOUIS M., 3, 120 East 4th, Lonoke, Ark., 183,253,303 STRICKLAND, ROBERT W., 2, Route One, Clinton, Ark., 203 STRICKLEN, CHERYL ANN, 2, 1006 Sunset Lane, Harrison, Ark., 203,287 STRINGFELLOW, JO ANN, 1, Box 645, Hampton, Ark., 241 STRIPLING, RICHARD O., 3, Route 1, Clinton, Ark., 184 STROOPE, JEFFREY M., 1, 900 Beech Crossett, Ark., 241,331 STROUD, WM. RAYMOND, 2, 620 Pollock, N. Little Rock, Ark., 142 STUART, ALICE JO, 1, Rt. 3, Box 134, El Dorado, Ark., 241 STUART, JENNIE, 1, Banner, Ark., 241 STUDSTILL, SUSAN JANE, 2, 204 S. Elm, Dumas, Ark., 203 STURTZ, ELWOOD L., 2, Rt. 2, Box 200, Vilonia, Ark., 203 STUTTS, REBECCA LYNN, 2, Route 1, Wynne, Ark., 204,293 SULLIVAN, CANDACE A., 1, Eden Isle, Heber Springs, Ark., 241 SULLIVAN, RONNIE DALE, 1, Box 384, 155 W. Main, Hughes, Ark., 241 SUTTERFIELD, CALLIE, 4, 1020 V2 Faulkner St., Conway, Ark., 167 SUTTERFIELD, LEO C., 3, Box 304, Mt. View, Ark., 253,261,z74,304,335 SUVA, BETTY ANN, 4, 1403 Bailey, Rine Bluff, Ark., 167,253,271,312 SWAIN, TWILA FAYE, 2, Route 1, Searcy, Ark., 204 SWAN, BETTY JEAN, 1, Box 663, Helena, Ark., 241,278,308 SWAN, LUANN, 1, Route 1, Forrest City, Ark., 184 SWANN, SARAH ANNE, 2, Box 85, Beebe, Ark., 241,331 SWEARINGEN, MARY JANE, 1, 217 N. Woodrow, Little Rock, Ark., 241 SWENSON, J EANNETTE L., 1, 6204 Brentwood, Little Rock, Ark., 241,282 SWEPSTON, MARTHA J EAN, 1, 43 Belmont, Little Rock, Ark., 241,287 SWIFT, DAVID EDWIN, 1, Box 12, Hazen, Ark., 241 SWOPE, JERRY CHARLES, 3, 1307 James Rd., Fayetteville, Ark., 167,262 SYBERT, JESSICA ANN, 4, 1302 Commerce, Little Rock, Ark., 167,288,326 SZCZYPIEN, STEPHEN A., 3, 27 Bobbink Terrace, East Rutherford, N.J., 184, T TACKETT, LARRY JOE, 1, N. Church, Atkins, Ark., 241 TALLEY, HARRY DAVID, 4, 108 Brown Street, Morrilton, Ark., 246 TARKINGTON, JAMES F., 4, 710 W. Woodruff, Searcy, Ark., 123,135 TARVER, TOMMYE REGINA, 1, Box 386, Star City, Ark., 241 TARVIN, MARILYN JANE, 1, Perryville, Ark., 241 TATUM, LORETTA ANN, 1, 1050 S. Kelly, Harrison, Ark., 241,287 305,312 TAYLOR, CLINTON JOE, 1, 1026 Robinson, Forrest City, Ark., 127 TAYLOR, GEORGE L., 1, 202 Bart St., West Helena, Ark., 241,313 TAYLOR, JIMMY E., 3, 3507 Lakeshore, No. Little Rock, Ark., 184,297 TAYLOR, JOHN EDWARD, 1, 4912 Glenmere, N. Little Rock, Ark., 241 TAYLOR, LINDA GAYLE, 1, 92 Flowers Lane, N. Little Rock, Ark., 242 TAYLOR, LOWELL, B., 3, General Delivery, Wilburn, Ark., 184,253 TAYLOR, M. VITULA, 2, Route 1, Hazen, Ark., 204,282 TAYLOR, REBECCA LYNN, 1, 1917 Fox, Pine Bluff, Ark., 241,308 TAYLOR, ROBERT GORDON, 1, 2701 S. Filmore, Little Rock, Ark., 242 TAYLOR, ROGER LYNN, 4, Rt. 1, Hazen, Ark., 167,299 TAYLOR, RONALD GENE, 1, Route 1, Elizabeth, Ark., 242 TAYS, CLETA ANN, 3, 2709 Hardie, Fort Smith, Ark., 184 TEAGUE, PATSY LEE, 2, Mountain View, Ark., 204,331 TEETER, KATHERINE ANN, 2, Route 1, Pottsville, Ark., 204 TERRILL, JO LOU, 3, 52 Wall St., Eureka Springs, Ark., 184,309 TERRILL, MARIAN SUE, 1, 52 Wall, Eureka Springs, Ark., 242 TERRY, ANNA GENE, 1, Lakeview Dr., Springdale, Ark., 242,291 THESSING, GLENDA C., 1, 411 3rd St., Conway, Ark., 242,312 THESSING, RONALD J., 2, 411 Third, Conway, Ark., 204,312 THIRION, LINDA M., 2, 1108 Skyline Drive, N. Little Rock, Ark., 287 THIRION, PATRICIA A., 2, 5201 N. Vine, N. Little Rock, Ark., 204 THOMAS, DALTON D., 1, Box 311, Hickory Plains, Ark., 242 THOMAS, FRANCES D., 4, 337 Oliver, Conway, Ark., 167,269,295 THOMAS, J UDITH NELL, 1, Route 4, Conway, Ark., 242 THOMAS, REBECCA J ., 2, Plumerville, Ark., 204 THOMAS, RONNIE, 2, Rm. 1, Gassvilie, Ark., 204 THOMAS, VAN C., 4, Route One, Evening Shade, Ark., 168 THOMASON, THOMAS F., 2, 118 Eddy St., Hot Springs, Ark., 204 THOMPSON, CAROLYN L., 4, Route 2, Box 339 A., No. Little Rock, Ark., 168,253 THOMPSON, CHARLES F., 2, 500 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Falls Church, Virginia, 204,301 THOMPSON, DONALD E., 3, 2808 Lewis St., Little Rock, Ark., 184,323,335 THOMPSON, JOHN W., 2, 3517 Maryland, Little Rock, Ark., 204,301 THOMPSON, KATHRYN SUE, 2, 14 Wingate Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 204,321 THOMPSON, PEGGY ANN, 2, 1926 Scott, Conway, Ark., 204,295 THOMPSON, RICHARD LEE, 2, 302 W. Woodruff, N. Little Rock, Ark., 204 THOMSON, BARBARA GAIL, 4, 1219 E. Woodruff, N. Little Rock, Ark., 168,267,278 THORNTON, JUDY KAY, 1, Box 213, Hermitage, Ark., 242 THURMAN, BOBBY D., 2, 27 Glenn Rd. Eureka Springs, Ark., 184,271,297 THURMAN, JAMES E., 2, 101 Spruce, Flat River, Mo., 204,322,338 TILLEY, JAMES W., 2, P.O. Box 394, Marshall, Ark., 204 TILLERY, JACOB WAYNE, 2, Hwy. 14, West, Harrisburg, Ark., 204 TINER, BOBBY L., 4, 217 Center, Morrilton, Ark., 122,168,257,301,313 TIPTON, SHARON RAYE, 2, 912 Hickey, Forrest City, Ark., 204,267,287 TOLLETT, PAUL WAYNE, 1, West Pope Box 209, Nashville, Ark., 242 TORRANCE, CHARLES L., 4, Norfork, Ark., 168 TOWNZEN, CLYDE C., 4, 1229 No. D., Rogers, Ark., 168,262 , TRAHAN, J UDITH M., 4, 220 East 2nd St., Stuttgart, Ark., 168,269,278 TRAUTH, STANLEY E., 1, Route 1, Mountain Home, Ark., 125,242 TRAYLOR, MYRA P., 2, 305 N. Oak, Jacksonville, Ark., 204,289 TREAT, GARY LANE, 2, 503 E. Fraser, Clinton, Ark., 204 TREAT, LINDA DELORIS, 1, Box 185, Leslie, Ark., 242,267 TREECE, JOHN A., 3, P. O. Box 474, Leslie, Ark., 184 TRICE, JESSE MATTHEW, 1, 107 Hamilton, Conway, Ark., 242 TRIGG, GAYLE SUE, 1, Route 2, Box 89, Green Forest, Ark., 242 TROOK, JACKIE LEE, 1, 1002 E. Central, Bentonville, Ark., 242 TROWELL, FRED J., JR., 2, 1818 Magnolia, N. Little Rock, Ark., 242, 305,338 TRUSTY, MICHAEL GARY, 1, 1204 Parkway Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 242,333 TUCKER, CLARENCE JOE, 1, 809 Clovis, Canville, Ark., 242 TUCKER, CONNIE ELAINE, 2, 47 Circle Dr., Helena, Ark., 204,284,289,321 TUCKER, IRIS CECELIA, 4, Route 2, Box 636, Benton, Ark., 168,278 TUCKER, JOHN WILLIAM, 2, P.O. BOX 52, Pyatt, Ark., 204,319,337 TUCKER, ROBERT L., 2, 206 Delmont Ave., N. Little Rock, Ark., 242 TUCKER, SIDNEY F., 4, Rt. 2, Box 34, Newport, Ark., 305,316 TURBEVILLE, JOSEPH B., 3, 1207 Jones St., Little Rock, Ark., 184,297 TURLEY, SHARON L., 4, Route 1, Lonoke, Ark., 168,274 TURNAGE, DONALD ALTON, 1, 1402 Hickory, Crossett, Ark., 242 TURNER, BRENDA G., 3, 1939 Independence, Conway, Ark., 247,289 TURNER, DONNA LEE, 2, 2112 W. 19th Little Rock, Ark., 205,274 TURNER, JAMES E., JR., 4, 1939 Indep., Conway, Ark., 123 TURNER, MARY JOHN, 1, 4613 Rosemont, N . Little Rock, Ark., 242,289,326 TURNER, ROBERT HENRY, 1, 108 Melrose Div., N. Little Rock, Ark., 243 TURNER, SANDRA KAY, 4, 108 Melrose Divide, No. Little Rock, Ark., 168,269, 278,292 TUTTLE, JAN A., 2, 1910 Waldron Rd., Fort Smith, Ark., 205,320 TYER, DONA KATHRYN, 1, 406 Pine Bluff, Malvern, Ark., 243 TYLER, JANIE E., 2, 1041 Mitchell, U USSERY, BETTY JANE, 2, 4811 Baseline Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 205,291,325 V VANAMAN, JAMES, 802 Brookhart Dr., Searcy, Ark. VAN HORN, ARLOUENE M., 3, 1008 N. Polk St., Little Rock, Ark., 331 VAN METER, BILLY JOHN, 3, Route 3, Box 122, Charleston, Ark., 184 VAN PELT, JUDY CAROL, 1, Route 1, Vilonia, Ark., 243,267 VANCE, CAROLYN SUE, 2, Box 493, Des Arc, Ark., 205 VANCE, DANNY ROY, 1, 420 Vance St., Clarendon, Ark., 243 VANCE, PATTY A., 2, 3595 Moore, Wheat Ridge, Colo., 205,327 Conway, Ark., 205 VANN, JAMES E., 3, 205 Oliver, Conway, Ark., 184,299,319 VASILOS, JAMES GEORGE, 2, Route 1, Box 81, Hot Springs, Ark., 205 VEACH, ANNA MARIE, 1, 5009 Atkins, N. Little Rock, Ark., 243 VECHES, SANDRA DIANE, 1, 5407 Keats, Little Rock, Ark., 243 VENABLE, DONNA S., 1, 440 McCain, N. Little Rock, Ark., 243,289,326 375 376 VENABLE, SUSAN TERRY, 2, 2014 W. 17th Little Rock, Ark., 205 VERNOR, PEGGY JEAN, 1, Box 66, St. Charles, Ark., 243 VERSER, PHILIP DARREL, 1, Box 624, Heber Springs, Ark., 243 VERSER, ROGER P., 1, 1219 West 48th St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 141 VEST, EULA NAN, 3, 2400 Raleigh, Fort Smith, Ark., 184,278 VICTORY, BILLIE JEAN, 2, Route 6, Box 317, N. Little Rock, Ark., 205 VINSON, GARY M., 2, 4200 Gilman, Little Rock, Ark., 205,301 VINT, MONA K., 4, 1039 Clifton, Conway, Ark., 253 VOEGELE, DONNA FAYE, 1, 505 Country Club Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 243,289 VON KANEL, CAROL F., 3, Route 2, Box 294 B, Lexa, Ark., 184,295 VOSS, JOHN A., 4, College Ave., Conway, W WADDELL, BARBARA A., 2, Route 1, Box 190A, Lonoke, Ark., 184 WADDLE, JOSEPHINE M., 1, Route 1, Emmet, Ark., 243 WAGNER, HENRIETTA D., 2, 5311 C St., Little Rock, Ark., 205 WAITS, KENNETH A., 2, Rt. 1, Damascus, Ark., 205,305 WAITS, MEA JOY, 4, Route 1, El Paso, Ark., 168,253, 255 WALD, TOM RAY, 2, Box 174, Charleston, Ark., 205 WALDEN, ROY FRANKLIN, 2, Rt. 1, Box 63B, Cabot, Ark., 205 WALDERNS, JUDY ANN, 2, Box 107, Woodson, Ark., 205,319,321 WALDRIP, DAVID B., 1, Route 2, Moro, Ark., 145,243,319 WALDRON, WILLIAM H., 2, 2000 W. 24th, Pine Bluff, Ark., 205,297 WALKER, DALE A., 2, 3805 Mulberry, Pine Bluff, Ark., 205 WALKER, GAIL EVANS, 2, 1302 Oak, Pine Bluff, Ark., 205,293 WALKER, MICHAEL LYNN, 1, 114 S. New Orleans, Brinkley, Ark., 243 WALKER, SARA MAUDE, 2, Box 11, Glenwood, Ark., 205 WALLACE, CLIFTON W., 2, 2101 East Lee, No. Little Rock, Ark., 184,303 WALLACE, DEENA, 1, 105 N. 13th, Van Buren, Ark., 331 WALLACE, GREGORY L., 1, Route 2, Searcy, Ark., 126 WALLACE, MARTHA ANNE, 3, Box D, Gould, Ark., 184 WALLACE, SHARON J ., 3, 2110 Summit, Little Rock, Ark., 257,326 WALLER, JOHNISUE, 2, 1603 Vaughn, Pine Bluff, Ark., 205 WALLS, CAROL LAVERN, 2, 112 S. Ella St., Searcy, Ark., 205,271 WALLS, JAMES TRAVIS, 2, 112 Second St., Benton, Ark., 205,262 WALLS, PATRICIA L., 3, 7th Pike, Des Arc, Ark., 184,253,279 WALLS, SHARON SMITH, 2, 912 Edison Ave., Benton, Ark., 205 WARD, ANITA J., 2, 717 N. Moose St., Morrilton, Ark., 206 WARD, JIM I., 1, 7801 McDaniel, Little Rock, Ark., 243 WARD, LINDA BUNKER, 2, 501 Drilling St., Morrilton, Ark., 206 WARD, LINDA G., 2, 4011 Lockridge, N. Little Rock, Ark., 206,328 WARDLAW, MAMIE JANE, 2, Route 2, Box 9, Warren, Ark., 168,267 WARRINGTON, RICHARD L., 3, 224 Ross, West Memphis, Ark., 142,184,303,313 WATKINS, LYNDA JEAN, 3, 1405 Pine Valley, Little Rock, Ark., 184 WATSON, LARRY R., 2, 302 Gum St., Sheridan, Ark., 206 WATSON, LARRY THOMAS, 2, 309 McKinley, Lonoke, Ark., 206,265 Ark., 303 WATSON, MARVIN RAY, 2, Box 22, St. Charles, Ark., 206 WATSON, TERRY ALAN, 1, 418 Henderson, Hot Springs, Ark., 243,331 WAVRIN, REBECCA L., 3, 7614 Nolen Drive, Little Rock, Ark., 262,316 WEAVER, BARBARA, 4, Route 2, Box 23 A, Vilonia, Ark., 168,253 WEBB, CAROLYN SUE, 4, Route 4, Conway, Ark., 168,294 WEBB, DEBORAH E., 1, Route 1, Siloam Springs, Ark., 243 WEBB, GARY L, 3, 210 West St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 297 WEBB, SHELBA JEAN, 1, 1709 N. Taylor, Little Rock, Ark., 243 WEBB, TRUDY LYNNE, 1, 215 Combs, Hot Springs, Ark., 243 WEBB, WANDA LOU, 2, 807 S. Elm, Searcy, Ark., 206 WEBER, MIKE LYNN, 2, 400 N. Washington, Magnolia, Ark., 126,243,313 WEBSTER, WILLIAM G., 1, Rt. 1, Box 33N, Holly Grove, Ark., 243 WEDGWORTH, DANNY LYLE, 1, Augusta, Ark., 243 WEED, MICHEAL OWEN, 4, 1109 North Tyler, Little Rock, Ark., 168 WEISE, JANET, 1, 1624 Lynnwood, Benton, Ark., 243 WELCH, PEGGY S., 3, 1710 N. Pierce, Little Rock, Ark., 184,281,282,284,293 WELLMAN, LAWRENCE, 2, 6609 Beacon, Little Rock, Ark., 206,297 WELLS, PATSY A., 2, 2502 S. Berkley, N. Little Rock, Ark., 206 WELLS, RICHARD F., 2, 4124 East 35th, Little Rock, Ark., 206 WEST, DIANA FAYE, 2, Bradford, Ark., 206,274 WEST, JACK DAVID, 1, 13 Wingate, Little Rock, Ark., 243 WESTERFIELD, JOHN M., 2, 8511 Ark. Mo. Hwy., No. Little Rock, Ark., 206, 262,308 WESTERFIELD, PAUL W., 2, 8511 Sylvan Hills, No. Little Rock, Ark., 206 WHALEY, SANDRA CAROL, 1, 906 Loop Rd., N. Little Rock, Ark., 243 WHEELIS, CHARLES R., 1, 825 N. 6th, Paragould, Ark., 127 WHERRY, DONALD G., 2, Route 2, Box 293, McCrory, Ark., 206 WHITE, DAVID EARL, 1, Rt. 3, Box 105, Charleston, Ark., 244 WHITE, GARY LYNN, 2, Route 4, Conway, Ark., 206,263 WHITE, JAMES A., 3, 1712 Pinewood Ave., Little Rock, Ark., 184,297,307 WHITE, PATSY MAUREEN, 4, Route 2, Box 67, Cave City, Ark., 331 WHITE, RANDY TOLLETT, 1, 511 W. Sypert, Nashville, Ark., 244 WHITE, RUTH KAREN, 2, 1003 Mitchell, Conway, Ark., 206 WHITE, SARAH RENEE, 1, 621 N. 32nd st., Fort Smith, Ark., 244,269,278 WHITE, THOMAS K., 1, Route 5, Harrison, Ark., 244 WHITEHEAD, IRIS L., 1, Route 1, Rison, Ark., 244 WHITING, CHARLES L., 4, Gen. Del., Tichnor, Ark., 169,274,299 WHITLEY, PHYLLIS J ., 2, 2226 Independence, Conway, Ark., 206 WHITLEY, RUTH A., 2, 7807 Illinois, Little Rock, Ark., 206,281 WHITSITT, HORACE JACK, 1, 700 W. Kings Hwy., Paragould, Ark. WICKERSHAM, MICHAEL G., 2, Yellville, Ark., 130,146,206,301 ' WILCOX, GEORGE K. JR., 3, Box 623, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 169 WILE, DENNIS H., 3, P. O. Box 185, Pleasant Plains, Ark., 184,272,332 WILKERSON, DAVID B., 2, Pangburn, Ark., 206,338 WILKERSON, RICHARD A., 4, Route 1, Box 281, Hensley, Ark., 169,278,305 WILKES, NANCY J., 3, 1712 Pine Valley Rd., Little Rock, Ark., 185,269,292 WILKINS, HENRY E., 2, Rt. 4, Searcy, Ark., 206 WILKINS, STEVEN A., 1, 1408 West 18th St., N. Little Rock, Ark., 244 WILLBANKS, BEN H., 3, General Delivery Plumerville, Ark., 206 WILLBANKS, PATRICIA M., 2, Box 7, Elaine, Ark., 244,282 WILLBANKS, REBECCA A., 1, 1416 Hardy, Conway, Ark., 291 WILLEMS, MARY EDITH, 1, Route 3, Paris, Ark., 244,312 WILLIAMS, ANGELA LYNN, 2, 208 Hope St., Corning, Ark., 206,262 WILLIAMS, CONNIE A., 3, Hwy. 22, Paris, Ark., 185,253,284,292 WILLIAMS, ERA BETH, 1, 809 Fairview, Malvern, Ark., 244 WILLIAMS, FORREST B., 2, 4 Rebecca Ln., Conway, Ark., 333 WILLIAMS, FREDDY S., 4, 1552 Clifton, Conway, Ark., 270 WILLIAMS, JUDY EILEEN, 2, Route 2, Everton, Ark., 206,267 WILLIAMS, JUDY KAY, 3, 913 Ash St., Clarksville, Ark., 185 WILLIAMS, M. KATHLEEN, 2, Hattieville, Ar 207 WIL .1AMS, MARY E., 1, 13 Blue Hill Road N. Little Rock, Ark., 244,279,312, 337 WILLIAMS, MARY JANE, 1, 1315 Holden Ave., Newport, Ark., 244, 262,287 WILLIAMS, RONALD, 2, 605 Moore St., Heber Spinrgs, Ark., 207 WILLIAMS, VERNON W., 4, General Delivery, Monroe, Ark., 169,305 WILLIAMS, VICKIE D., 1, Holt Ave., Tuckerman, Ark., 244,331 WILLIAMSON, GARY M., 2, Box 393, Waldo, Ark., 187 WILLIAMSON, ROBERT L., 1, Wilson, Holly Grove, Ark., 244 WILLIS, GERRE LOU, 1, 79 Robinwood, Little Rock, Ark., 244 WILSON, BOBBYE JO, 1, 2006 West 30th St., Pine Bluff, Ark., 244,281,282 WILSON, DOROTHY ANNE, 1, Route 1, Rison, Ark., 244, 267,312 WILSON, EDWARD C., 3, Box 44, Centerville, Ark., 185,296 WILSON, GEORGE L., 3, 1517 Caldwell, Conway, Ark., 185,299 WILSON, GLORIA G., 1, 102 Pierce 82 Elm, Paris, Ark., 244,331 WILSON, HAROLD F., 2, Box 800, ASTC, Conway, Ark., 207,299,338 WILSON, JERRY, 711 N. Charles, Searcy, Ark., 247 WILSON, JIM H., 2, 1710 Tyler, Conway, Ark., 123,147 WILSON, KEITH T., 1, 3rd St., Hughes, Ark., 142 WILSON, MARGARET G., 4, Box 44, Greenbrier, Ark., 107,169,269,278,295 WILSON, RITA LYNN, 1, 2225 Crestwood, N. Little Rock, Ark., 244,287 WILSON, SUSAN L, 3, 141 Elaine Ave.. Camden, Ark., 185,289,325 . WILSON, YVONNE ANN, 4, Route 2, Box 256, Blytheville, Ark., 169 WINDLE, CHARLES R., 2, Box 284, Perryville, Ark., 207,297,337 WINGARD, LAURA JEAN, 1, Route 1, Box 317R, Pine Bluff, Ark., 244,282 WIRT, MARTHA J., 2, Route 3, Box 58, N. Little Rock, Ark., 207,289,314 WISDOM, LYNDA KAYE, 1, Route 1, Dewitt, Ark., 244 WISE, PATRICIA L., 2, 261 Military Dr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 207 WISE, RUTH ANN, 3, 615 W. 45th St., No. Little Rock, Ark., 185 WISEHART, JAMES A., 2, 15 York Dr., Little Rock, Ark., 207 WITCHER, JAMES WAYNE, 1, Route 3, Box 109, N. Little Rock, Ark., 244 WITTMAN, LUCINDA J ., 2, Star Route, Box 204, Stuttgart, Ark., 207 WOFFORD, WAYNE E., 3, 113 Park Place, No. Little Rock, Ark., 185 WOMACK, BOBBY GERALD, 2, 106 N. Monroe, Cabot, Ark., 207,265 WOMBLE, COY GENE, 1, 502 Himphill, N. Little Rock, Ark., 244 WONG, WILLIAM CHOW, 1, Box 297, Cotton Plant, Ark., 244 WOOD, CAROL FRANCES, 4, Rt. 1, Box 81, Gravette, Ark., 169,278 WOOD, DANNY G., 3, Box 278, Judsonia, Ark., 130 WOOD, JAMES E., 2, Tupelo, Ark., 244 WOOD, JO ANN, 1, Star Route, Box 14, England, Ark., 245 WOOD, MARTHA ANN, 1, Floral, Ark., 245 WOOD, MORRIS L., 3, Floral, Ark., 185, 270 WOOD, STEPHEN RAY, 2, Hgw. 167 North, Pleasant Plains, Ark., 185 WOODWARD, KATHY SUSAN, 1, Route 1, BOX 259, Scott, Ark., 245,291 WOODWARD, SANDRA L., 3, Farris Rd., Conway, Ark., 95,185,262 WOODWORTH, MELVA F., 4, Rt. 1, Alpena, Ark., 246,253,255 WOOLEVER, NIKKI LEE, 1, 103 Briar Meadow, Hot Springs, Ark., 245,287,312 WOOLEY, JOAN M., 2, Rt. 4, Conway, Ark., 207 WOOSLEY, KEITH LEE, 2, Route 4, Searcy, Ark., 127,207,303 WOOSLEY, REBECCA ANN, 1, 302 Crouch, Benton, Ark., 245,287 WOOTEN, LINDSEY M., 2, 1824 Franklin, N . Little Rock, Ark., 245 WORD, PHILLIP EDWARD, 1, Box 122, Bearden, Ark., 245 WORKS, BARBARA ELAINE, 4, 2206 N. Hutchinson, Pine Bluff, Ark., 169,287,309 WORM, GEORGEANN, 4, 414 Conway Blvd., Conway, Ark., 169,262,278,282, 287,312 WREN, DONALD GREGORY, 2, 12 Cinderella C, Little Rock, Ark., 142, 145,207,302,313 WRIGHT, BRENDA LOUISE, 1, 53 Cliffwood Cr., N. Little Rock, Ark., 245, 328 WRIGHT, CYNTHIA L., 2, 1009 Dogwood, Smackover, Ark., 94,95,207,321 WRIGHT, THOMAS J., 1, 2132 Washington, Conway, Ark., 245 WRIGHT, WILLIAM L., 4, Route 1, Box 443, Benton, Ark., 135,136,169 WYATT, MARY RUTH, 2, 801 N. Second St., Augusta, Ark., 207,295,328 WYERS, RALP Top, Ark., 185 H D., 3, Route 2, Mountain YARBROUGH, GEORGE R., 3, 520 Ash, Conway, Ark., 307 YARBROUGH, PAMLEA ANN, 1, St. Joe, Ark., 245 YARBROUGH, Center, Searc VIRGINIA K., 1, 1110 W. y, Ark., 245 YEAGER, GARA SUE, 4, East Race St., Apt. 58, Searcy, Ark., 253,278 YEAGER, GLENDA KAROL, 2, 7575 Cantrell, Little Rock, Ark., 246 YEAGER, JIMMY DALE, 1, Star Route 1, Ozark, Ark., 245 YIELDING, JAMES W., 1, 202 Sherwood, N. Little Rock, Ark., 245 YOUNG, EUGENIA MARIE, 2, 2818 W. Orlando Dr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 207 YOUNG, JERRY ALLEN, 2, 502 S. Oak, Harrison, Ark., 207 YOUNG, JOYCE M., 3, Rt. 3, Box 346, Clarksdale, Miss., 185,253 YOUNG, LILA VICTORIA, 1, Route 1, Houston, Ark., 245 YOUNG, MILDRED LOU, 3, Rt. 2, Perryville, Ark., 185 YOUNG, PATRICIA A., 3, Route 5, Harrison, Ark., 185,267 YOUNG, PATSY ANN, 2, Box 21, Rose Bud, Ark., 185,309,315 YOUNG, ROBBIE DALE, 1, Route 5, Marshall, Ark., 245 YOUNG, THELMA E., 3, Box 21, Rose Bud, Ark., 185,309 YOUNGBLOOD, LANA KAYE, 1, Route 4, Box 52, Berryville, Ark., 245 YOUNT, BETTY SHARON, 2, 3409 Cobb, Little Rock, Ark., 207,286,316 Z ZIMMERMAN, ALICE J., 2, 701 N. Oak, Sheridan, Ark., 207 ZIMMERMAN, CAROL J., 1, 102 California, Jacksonville, Ark., 245,289 ZIONCE, EDWARD JOSEPH, 2, 1421 West 15th, N. Little Rock, Ark., 245 ZORN, RICHARD ALAN, 1, 125 Dexter, N. Little Rock, Ark., 245 377 378 Challenge of 367 continues on Any big undertaking is definitely a challenge. As- similation of knowledge, facts, and procedures, and the understanding of human beings are very real challenges to the person who sits at an editorfs desk. How well this challenge has been met will be determined by those who read this 1967 Scroll. Certainly the desire to produce something that may inspire or motivate others to become the uncommon person, who can overcome the complacency and apathy of an age, was present in those few who worked so hard and diligently to make this book and record of this year, this Challenge of 1966-1967. To those people, I am sincerely grateful for their efforts, as well as of those who contributed advice, encouragement, and inspiration. Jan A. Tuttle Editor ?f -es' WALSWORTH z umogmpma .s soma by wuswonrl-1 Mm-mm, Mo., U s. A,


Suggestions in the University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) collection:

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.