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NORTHEAST LOUISIANA STATE COLLEGE

MONROE, LOU tSt ANA

a FFICE OF TH E PRESIDENT

Northeast Louisiana State College has its $2,000,000 bUilding program well under way. We feel that our operating appropriation has been sufficiently increased to permit expansion to be

carried out in an orderly and efficient manner. Our increase in enrollment over the c orre­ sponding periods of the previous year continues to run more than 20 per cent.

There has been no

ten dency, as yet, for the enrollment t o level off. Sincerely yours,

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LEWIS C. SLATER


CLI NT O. H.ANN.A , ACiing Director

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AdmjsJlonJ aIJd Spewd Services; B.S., Union University; M.A., Ed .D., George Pea body College.

WILLIA M M. SMIT H, Dean 0/ Ihe College; B,A., M.A., Lou isian a State Un iversity.

The ad ministrative staff of Northeast is an in­ tegral part of the college. Friendliness, efficiency and determinat ion of desirable growth in knowl­ edge imparted by the college characterize their in­ tense collective interest in students. BUEL S. HAMNER, ReJ'" B.A., M.A., State Un iversi ty.

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ARNOLD R. KILPATRICK, A/hi"" Diredor; B.A., Northwestern State College ; M.A., Louisiana State U ni · versity.

Louisiana

ARTHUR L. TATUM, Directo, 0/ B.S., Centenary CoL·

SlJldent Ar.flt,ity;

Lege; M.A ., Uni versit y of Texas.

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CLARENCE BALL, B usine ss M anagl B.S ., Louisian a Pol ytechn ic Institute.


ERNEST D. HOLLOWAY. Dean ot A·f ell; A.B. , University of Mississippi;

B.D ., Pcioceton Theol ogical Seminary; B.D., Th .D ., Union Theological Semi­ nary; D .O. Southwestern at Memphis.

Managing Northeast, a college that is growing rapidly in all categories, is a chalJenge to this group of people. Many services are rendered by them that are overlooked in the daily routines o f their as­ sociates. Theirs is to guide the coJlege in its tre­ mendous growth and to receive the gratitude of the a[u'TInj and all those whom they have assisted.

IDA LEE KI N G WILBERT. O w, ot W om en: B.A., Louisiana Polytec hnic Institute; M.Ed ., l ouisiana Stat e Uni­ versity .

ANNIE LEE WEST STAHL. D irector of PII-b/iclltiotls; B.A ., Southwestern Louisiana Insti­

tute; M.A., Louisiana Stale

University.

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HENRY W . SAGESER. G" an" ant! D ir et:!O f o f Student PtrJonne/; B.A ., University o f Louis­ ville; B.S.M .E.. M.S.. Ph.D .. Purdue (oTm ,re/or

Universit y.

EVELYN McGEE OTTS. O;mlo, of Teach er T raining; B.A., Louisian a Polytec hnic Institu te ; M.S., Universit y -0f - Arkansas .

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BILLY ADCOC K President, Della Deml ler

L L. PRICE, Head, DepM' 足 menlo/ Agricff/Jllre and H ome Eco nomlcJ.

The department offers agronomy, general ag riculture, general home economics, home economics education, and pre-professional courses in ag ricultura l engineering, forestry, veterinary science and vocational agricultural education. Scienti fic research and experiments hel p students to be better prep ared for a future in these areas.

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ROLAND KELLEY PreJidct1l, F.BL.A.

WILBUR LEE PERKINS, HeeJ.d, Department oj Business AdminiJlralion.

General business, accounting, business ad足 ministration and secretaIia t science curricula are offered by this department to give com足 plete training for positions in commerce, either as an employee or employer.. The department keeps abreast of current trends in the business world,

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CHARL ES STOY ALL Pre.tuit'l1l, AlENe

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This department, which offers art, music and speech, adds to the cultural background of many students. It provides opportunities for clinics, dramatic productions, frequent recitals and perfo rmances before large audiences. A numbe路r 路 of departmental organizations enrich the lives of those who participate.

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BERT DELOACH PreJidenl . S ocial SCIf"nee Club

DR W. R. HAMMOND. Head, Department oj Lib eMI Art.r and SOCIal 5cienceJ.

The department of Liberal Arts combines socia l studies, English, journalism and fo reig n languages. Anyone of these phases of stud} aids the student by increasing his horizon of general knowledge and strengthening his back足 ground for a specific occupa tion.

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W ILLI AM W . HARRIKGTO N C(/ del Lt . Col.

MAJ . DERWOOD CAl'll' , Head, ,'¥f iJi"lr y DepaFlmt n/.

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) The Reserve Officer Training Corps at Northeast, designed to develop military lead­ ers while they are college students, is an ad­ mired de partment On the campus. Members of the Corps are considered we ll adjus ted stu­ dents, enter ing thei r adult years with confi­ dence in themselves and in their fellow Ameri­ cans. Successful completion of a four-year CQurse in military science and tactics leads to a commission as 2nd Lieu tenant in the United States Army Reserve.

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DR. G E 0 R G E LOU1S STIEHL. I-ie dd, Depmlmenl oj Plttt tllld ApplIed SOl'flctJ.

The Department of Pure and Applied Sci足 ences embraces biological and natural sciences and mathematics. Seven curricula are offered: botany, chemistry, geology, mathematics, med足 ical technology, zoology, arts and sciences. In足 cluded, also , are pre-engineering, pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-nursing and pre-pharmacy.

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WILLIAM M. SM IT H, H end, Depal"tmem of Tf/(/{,"her Ed,, 揃 cat lOt! .

The Department o f T eacher Ed ucation an足 nuall y sends o ut many graduates to continue the American tradition of imparting know l足 edge to others. Curricu la are offered in busi足 ness education, Eng lish, foreign languages, health 'and physical education , ho me economics education, mathematics, music, science, library science, social stu d ies and speech.

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Northeast is fortunate in having an active faculty. Each member is always wjlling to help students or to cooperate with his colleagues. Many times they perform behind-the-scenes services which are not 揃 recognized by the re足 cipients. Sponsoring various campus organiza足 tions , counseling students and instructing足 through it all the faculty appear to enjoy their part in helping Northeast grow.

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President Perry Elder presents tro phy to Donald Bussey, the council's select ion as the outstanding member ef _ th~ Senior class.

The Student Council co nsists of two men and two women from each class. They are elected by popular vote in secret ballot. The president and vice president are chosen by the student body from the junior class in the last mo nth of the second semester of th e year. Within one week following, two men and two women are selected from each of the lower classes and the other two from the junior class. During the first month of the fall semester the freshman class names its representatives to serve on the council. Th e secretary and treasurer are elected by and from the council members.

DIXIE BALL- an nual Stud en t Counc il event hooorjng members of the

graduati ng class.


Mernbtrs of this year's Student Council are, left to right , around the table: lloyd Posey, Freshman; Grace Glass, Junior; J. Melancon, Sophomore; Terri Lee Fields, Freshman; Jo Ann McDonald, Secretary-Treasurer, Senior; Perry Elder, President, Senior; Sally Ann Taylor, Senior; Carolyn McKAY, Reporter. Freshm~n; Donnie Wilburn, Freshman; Nell Rogers, Sophomore; Bob Currey, Junior. At the extreme left is Bobby Joe Oden, Sophomore, and extreme right, Arthur L Tatum, Faculty Sponsor and Director of Student Activity, Missing from the picture is Joe Milner, Vice President, Senior.

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Students vote for council president and vice president and class repre足 sentatives in annual campus election,


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Sa mm y K D anna, SpOf/f Edilo r

Covering the campus, the Pow Wow is published bi-weekly and carries news and features ) cartoons, RICHARD TYLER Editor

Sara Hinton , Fealure Edit or

editorial s and photographs, written and prepared for publication by the student staff. Ethical stand足 ards are stressed and students Jearn that journalism is a highly professional occupation.

Pat Barnes, Proo!aader


Lady Stahl Adviso rs

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Johnson,

Fawlly

Rpport"J. Ken McLellan, Dan Andrews and Ezra Adams

Ace Rep orurJ, Ginger Henry and Ann Griffith

Coffee time for hard work足 ing Pow Wow staffers as deadline nears.

PholographpI', Bobby Joe Oden

R,pon"s, Pete Finlayson, Maude Marie H olmes and Dave Corbin in foreground ; Bob Luckett and Kimball Canterbury in background .


The Chacahoula, Northeast yea rbook, reveals the many and varied activities of the college adcninistrative staff, facu lty and studen ts. It seeks to preserve mo足 ments fcom a p eriod of transition in life for students and to recail o ld friendships.

SARA HINTON Ed, lor

Ginger Henry, A ui.ltanl Edilo r

Pat Barnes , Cla.rr Editor


DA NNY HOAK Sports Cop), EdilOI

SA MMY R. DA N N A

BOBBY JOE ODEN

BUJi"eH Manage,路

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"Chac" staff members and spon颅 sors discuss copy styles and layout designs.

Four students insp<'ct one of the exhibits at the first annual yearbook cl inic held at N ortheast this spring. Reading from left to right are: Jay Flynn, Oak Ridge; Virginia O rga n, Fair Park; Martha Thompson, Byrd; and Don Sm ith , Mang ham .

Contributors to the yea rbook clinic were : J B. Murphree, Shreveport Engraving Company ; Tom Murray, Tayl or PubliShing Company ; Dr. Otto Quale, Representa tive of America n Y earbook Company and a Director of Nationa l Scho las ti c Press Association; and Nathan Wise, Myers and Company .


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Men of Northeast's R.O .T.c. fully realize they may be called upon to bear part of their nation's future responsibility for world peace. Here they acquire the abilities and skills necessary to be of real assistance to the cause of freed om. Traits of courage, sincerity, honesty and devo足 tion to duty are developing and playing a part in encouraging these men to greater accomplishments. They are lead足 ers of tomorrow.

WILLIAM HARRINGTON & del Lt. Col.

RICHARD KOOS Maior

JAMES MARSHALL CapJt1i"

CHARLES PENTACOFF SFC

E. E. MASSINGILL S.F.C.

WILLIAM DERWOOD CANN, JR.

Major R.O.T.e. Commandant

JAMES DAWSON M ISgl .

LEON M oUU"fja MISgl.

NORMAN URBACK SFC

JAMES JONES SFC


Cadet Doyle Holstead rece ives the President's Award from College Pres ident, Lewis Slater.

Col. Hattan. member of the Fourth Army inspection team, looks over the ·R.O.T.C. batt alion.

off icers and spon· to right : Cadet Bat·

Executi ve Officer Joe

Lt. Co l. Barbara Rag.

i Sponsor; Ca p!.

Mitchell , Band; Ca pt.

Ann Hayes. Sponsor;

. Billy Adcock. Company

Capt. PhyJj is Renfro,

Capt. Haro ld Scott ,

...,ml',ny· " B"; Ca pt. Virgini.1 ; Cap I. J. W Co mp a n y " C ' :

Nell Rogers. Sponsor;

James Co unt s, Com·

"D" ; and Capt. Dora· Hudson. Sponsor.

Cadet U . Col. Bill Harrington and Maj. Derwood -C..m , meet visiting Fourth Army Officiais.

R.O .T .e. Rifle T eam.


They crowned a Military Ball queen- Barba ra Rogers.

They taught dril l procedure

Cadet Lt. Col. Bill H arr ington became a disting uished military srudent .

Edmund Wi lliamson was commissioned . .

Cadet Lt. Hersch. Gentry received awards


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Because the progress of a coli relies heavily on the merits o f its dent body, the Chaeahoula and No east State are proud to present individuals selected by various deF ments for WHO 'S W HO of 195:

FERN K. FOGLEMA N-Represen ting N orthea st's Mu sic Dep artment in WHO 'S W HO, Mrs. Foglema n ha s won this dis tinction hy hav ing demonstr ated , with her abili ty to e nrich li fe in a m usica l man ner , that she deserves special recog niti on.

DILL HARR J GTON - Popular (or his active participa足 ti on in extr acu r ri cul ar activities, Harrington was an R .O .T.C. ba tt alio n co mma nde r a nd an outstandi ng stu足 dent o r Militar y Sc ience.

JOE STREET- Chemical analyses come easy loc Stree who is the Chem istry Section's choice for 1 9~5 .


In. some cases decisions were not asy, so keen was the competition after ach student's campus achievements ad been tallied. Persons presented ere h ave given much to Northeast, -rule gathe ring for themselves a wide mge of knowledge for well ad ju sted .ltures.

SALLY ANN HA YES- Outstaoding in the Language classroom , Miss Hayes was an instructor substjtute, which added to her pOpu larity among students and faculty . She was active in several campus organ iza路 tions.

SARA HI N TON- Journalism at Northeast wi ll lose a va lu able studen t because of Miss Hin ton's g raduation . Her tireless and nOteworthy con路 tributio ns to the departmen tal functions have won fo r her space in (his section of distinguished students . BOBBY ODE - Excellent student newspaper photographer and memo ber o f the Studeot Council, has tied with Miss Hin ton for WHO'S WHO io Journalism .

BILLY \'<IAYNE ADCOCK- The future in ag riculture looks bright fo( Adcock, t hanks to bjs ou tstanding \"ork in Northeast's Agricu lture Department, where he stud ied on a T. H . H arr is scholarship and has been Presid ent of the Delta Demete r Fra ternity .


ROBERT FANT- The well.qoa lified (illing of doctors ' prescrip. tions wiJl be, someday, Fa nt's chief occu pation, jf he continues to excel in Pharmacy.

JOE H. MONROE- Mon coe's many accomplishments 0 Northeast campu s havE' meant much to extracurrieula tivities and in the fields of English and Mosie. A s his majoc subject was English .

GEORGE PATTON- The Biological Science Section named Pall its ou tstanding student because he has consistently maintained high ages and ca mp.us p~pulacity.

BILL KING- It appears that engineering is King's logi路 cal choice of t))( professions. (oc he has shown abilities in that direction to be o( high quality.

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PERCY W HEELE R-Making a thocou,gh study o f geolo,gica l sc ienc W heeler is one o f that section's most outstanding students, in and 0 of cl ass.

ZANONA FU NN足 "Exceptional" describes both her qu aliti es of personality and her knowledge of Library Science. which are

so necessary to success in any lihrary.

VIR GIN IA MULli NS- Nu mbers and their man ipulations have proved to be small problems fo r Mrs. Mu ll ins who is an honor student of mathematics and wife of Nor theast's band director, Joe Barey Mullins.

JOE MILNER-The list of student activities, honors we and positions held by Milner at N ortheast is too Ion for publication ; we'll just say he was a "natural" f( Social Science'. WHO'S WHO,


fRA)JCES DELOUCHE-As an award for her ou tstandi ng posit io n in Northeast's Education Department, tt,-(iss De Louche wi ll widen he( ho rizo n further by doing grad uate ',,"ork on a n L.S.U. s( holar sh ip.

EliZABETH JA NE SHIPP- M;ss Sh;pp. who beca me Mrs. Perry Elder during t he spring semester, was give n excellent ratings in the Commerce Department and we think she could give t he machines of any modern off ice a eeaJ and understanding wor kou t.

ALlCE MAE TARPLEY- The art of co rrect speech is the major study of Miss Tarpley, who has bee n in足 creasingly popular in st udent functions, especially plays and television shows.


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MARY ROSS BRYAN-\X/e beli eve the Home Economics Department had li ttle difficulty in the selection of Mes. Brya n for its cep resent alive in WHO 'S WHO because she was outstanding in classwor k and popular among students.

BOOTS SLO CU M- O ne of the most acti ve in women's spo rts at Northeast and a Health and Phys ica l Educa足 tion major, Miss Slocum, who is a senior, is well known as a member of seve ral campus cl ubs.

B. NOLAN- Men 's jntramura ls at Nort heast have aided signi ficant ly by Heal th and Physical Educ l.足 major, j. B. Nolan. as a ttested by hi s being named the W HO'S W HO sect ion.


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Athlelie Director ARNOLD R. KILPATRICK Coach Arnold R . Kilpatrick has, besides his duty of conducting N ortheast' s athletic activi · ties, acted as head basketball coach since his coming to this schoo l in 1952. This year he received the high honor of being voted "Coach of the Year" by the GSC W riters Association for his outsta nding coaching of the Indian basketball team. Congratulations for a job well done '

D EVONE PAYNE . head [oot,ba ll (oach, ca me to NOrlhe3s t this ye:tr to ta ke uver th{' Tribe') .~ r id 5 tc f5. Afte r a year of suc(€ss fld getting acquainted and . along with hls P3St splendid record in ('oach ing footbnll. we a re lookinp, forw: lrcl to Northeast victories under hi!) g uid­ ;loce.

GEORGE l UFFEY , also io his first year at No rtheast, is g rid SC(lu ter and ass istant football coach. In the spring he took (lver the head coach pn~iti o n in baseba ll after the de pa rture of " W oody" BoyJ es. His previo us football - and ba~('b :'lll experience incl udes t hree years' servin: as tine (Qach (Or N eville High School and pro fessiona l baseba ll playing,

LEON MAN LEY. jo assu ming the lioe (Oad posit jo n this year, look on 1m first <oa<hio!i: jot He h;lS had wi de experience to fit him for ttl. la.)k of <O:lc hing the linemen . lie p layed wil l th e O kl ahoma Sooners in two Sugar Bowl ap pea raoces , and he has played four yea rs uf pro ftss iooal footba U, H e should pro... e 10 be a bi; boost 10 Our Indians.


954 FOOTBALL STATISTICAL RECORD 'Own Score

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FOOTBALL RESUME The '5 4 football seaSOn opener was inaugura ted against the Gulf Sta tes Conference champions, Southeastern Lo uisiana State College of Hammond .

The Northeast Indi ans sta rted the year with nine

lettermen and thirty·on e freshmen. Due to the lack

of experienced pl ayers the team fell with a 58·0

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CO CAPTAINS: francis "Red" Yocom and Sherrod McKoin

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an upset. With the aid of quarterback Pete Chambless, Carey Pearson, substitute Alton McCready, and end Dan An· drews, the tribe led wi th a 12·7 SCOre at half time. The secon d half was fought on even terms un til late in the final stanza when the Texas team managed to push across another T D and wi n a 13· 12 thri ller. For the third game Coach Pay ne took his squad to Delta State College in Cleveland, Mi ss. Because of fumbles in the early part of the game the Delta Statesmen scored twice before the Indians could get settled to stop them. In the third period halfback Bob Scogin and fullback Clayton Cox scored while still a third . to uchdown drive fi zz led deep in the enemy's territory. Del ta State once again intercepted a pass which broke the Indians' spirit, and the Statesmen won with a 30 ·12 victory. The fourth game, against Southwestern Louisiana Institute, was highlighted by long runs on_the part of the Bulldogs who only compiled five first downs as compared to thi rteen for the T ribe. N o rtheast moved at w ill between the twent y yard stripes but was unable to penetrate into the goa l zo ne. Southwestern won by a score of 41·6.

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Cooper , Donald N ugent, Howdy Smith , D alton 9 10 Chambless, Pete ' II H oak, Dann y 12 McCready, A I ton 22 Leos, Tommy' 24 Scogin , Bob 33 McLell an, Ken 38 Bradley, Jimmy' 44 Powell, Mack* 49 D illing ham, Rex 50 H olstead, D oyle 51 Moore, Sammy' 52 Calboun, Cha rl!,s 60 Melancon , C. J* 62 Cox, Clayton 64 W in dle, Bob 6S Boyles, T ommy * Staft en

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POSITION

CLASSIFICA TION

HOME TOWN

G uard Fullback fullback, Center Quarterback Quarterback Quarterback Rig ht H alfback Rig ht H alfback Le ft B ltl.fback Left H alfback Fullback Fullback Center Center Cen ter G uard F ullback G uard Guard

Freshm an Freshman Junior Junior Freshman Freshman Sophomo re

La ke Providence A lexandria Natchez, Miss. Madison, T enn . H opwood, Pa. Monroe Monroe Atlanta, Ga. Alexand ria N atchez, Miss. Monroe Monroe West Monroe New Iberia Monroe N ew Iberia T allulah Reform , Ala. Monroe

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Junior Sophomore Junior Freshman Junior Freshman


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67 Dozier, Sonny Lacaze, Bobby Yocom, Francis*

73 78 80 82 83

Brad ley, William McKoin, Sherrod' Andrews, Bobby Roark, E. C. Lee, Ed Collins, Pete Berry, Jimmy' Busby, Jarrell " Andrews, Dan' Cobb, Phillip Dupriest, Guy

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Left Halfback Guard Tackle Tackle T ackle T ackle Left Halfback End End Guard End End Left H al fback Left Halfback

Freshman Sophomore Junior Freshman Senior Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman

HOME TOWN Delhi Monroe

Pascagoula, M iss. Tallu lah Jones Farmervi lle West Monroe Bastrop Delhi West Monroe Crowville Jena '1// innsboro Monroe

: Kilpatrick, Payne, and Luffey

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Coming up for the fifth game for the Tribe was Western Kentucky in Bowling Green. After journ eying there, North­ east gave the undefeated , untied Hilltoppers a run for their money. Paced by the outstanding defensive work o f the line and the hard running of fullback, Mack Powell , the Indians managed to ho ld the Kentucky team to a 12-7 half time lead . The second half found both squads threatening to score several times. Late in the fin al quarter, North­ east seemed to forge ahead with a winning spirit only to see it fad e awa y on the 10 yard stripe. Unable to stop a last minute touch down by the Kentuckians, the team had to take a 19-7 loss. The McNeese State College took advantage of earl y Northea st fumbles to score three times in the first half which allowed them to take tbe Indians' sca lp by a 27-6 score. Playing on even terms for the rest of th e game, the team, how­ ever, found it too late for a victory.

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Playing inspired ball before a large home­ coming crowd, the Tribe came from behind in the second half to overcome a 21-13 deficit at half tim e and win by a 44-28 margm over Livingston State College. Sparked by halfback Tommy Leos and quar­ terback Pete Chambless, the Indians rolled up 35 points in the third and fourth periods to the delight of homecoming alumni. Tbis defeat o f Livingston State earned th e squad and their classmates a holiday.


The Ind ians get ready to lea ve fo r out路oE-town game . .


Football award winners are, left to right: Mack Powell, Best Back ; Jimmy Berry, Best Blocker; Dan Andrews, Outstand足 ing Freshman; Francis "Red" Yocom, Outstanding Player ; Sammy Moore, Sportsmanship; Sherrod McKoin, Outstandi ng Lineman; and Doyle Holstead, Best Trainer.

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Coaches Payne and Luff er take to the fie ld to give their team winning pointers in practice .. .

The Demon s from N orthwestern State College proved to be too swift and strong for N or th east in her eighth game of the season . Although the first half of the game was played evenly, the reserve strength of the opposi tion began to show in the third period, and it continued to roll on to g ive the Indians a 51-6 defeat. In the game against Louisiana College, played in Pineville, Coach Payne pitted his men against his old former team. Starting fas t, the Indians scored two touchdowns before the enemy could SCore even once. The men for La. College came back after the half to command a 19-13 lead, going into the final minutes of play. D etermined to give Coach Payne a vic颅 tory over his oJ d school, the Northeast squad made a last desperate drive which culminated in a game路 tieing touchdown. The kick for an extra point was no good and the game ended in a dead lock-1 9-19 .


PETE FIN LAYSON WAS TEAM STATISTICI AN for the '54 season. He wa s also acti ve in team pub 足 li city by writing for the school and local papers.

Sammy Moore receives ~h e Ed Lockhart Sportsmanship awan presented by D ave McKenz ie.

A host of Indian gridders chase an unidentified opposition ba ll carrier.


Tommy Leos makes ground gain against Louisiana Tech.

The last and all-important game of the season for the Northeast Indians was played against the Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech in Ru ston. The Tribe held the mighty team do\vn during the first half with a Tech lead of 13-6. The second half began to tell the lack of reserve strength for the Indians, and the visitors from Ruston chewed up the yardage and rolled up the score. As a result of being out-manned and out-weighed, the Northeast team went down defeated 51-6.

Former Hea d Coach Jim Malone presents hjs Best Bl ocker Award and the Guara nt y In come Life Insurance Company's Best Trainer trophy. Winn ers we re Jimmy Berry and DoyJe Holstead, respec tively.

She r(od McKo in receives the Best Lineman Award from Dr.

W . L Bendel.


ARNOLD R. KILPATRICK, North足 east's head basketball coach, led his squad to high honors this year by tieing Mc足 Neese for third place in the GSc. Two of his teamsters, Mel Gibson and Bill Bradley, were placed on the first and second , respectively, All -Gulf Conference teams. Coach ''Ki l, '' himself, was named "Coach of the Year" by GSC sports writers.

The traveling squad and managers for the '54-'5.5 basketball season were as follows, first row, left to right : Joe Jordan, Melvin Gibson,

Jun ior Austin, Bill Crowe, Dick Ford , Bob Patterson, and H arold Dayis. Back row: Assistant Manager, Danny Wingate ; Bill 1fcDonald.

Lloyd Crocker, Coach Kilpatrick, Earl Miles, Henry Willis, Bill Bradley, and Manager Freddy Bond.


CO路CAPTAIN BILL CROW E FOrtNlrt/

CO路CAPTAI N MELVIN GIBSON G'lflfd

PRE-SEASON WORK OUT N o rth east. North east..

82 68

Northeast..

. . 101

Northeast..

84

East Baptist _

fort SiJJ ._ .. .... - .. Fort Sill . Barksdale Air Force -"

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79 82 72 63

The team takes a rest during its pre -season workout to ur .

NortheasL. _ . Northeast-. Northeast __ Northeast __

.... 103

64 79 69

Willi am Ca rey East Tex. Baptist Miss. College Willi am Carey ..

66 73 80 54


"Gibbie" gets third award, besides his two for Bes t Foul Shot and Co颅 Captain, from da te, Sybil Perkins.

Melvin G ibso n gets t be award f or

Best Poul Shot from Coach Ar nold

R. Kilpatrick.

Bill Bradley accepts the Most Valuable Pla yer award from Dr. WiHiam Ben颅 del. He a lso received the co nference High-scoring award.

Lady Stahl presents BiJl Crowe with an award for serving as Co路Cap tain of the ' )4-')~ seClson.

President Lewis Slater presents Earl Mi les with an award for being the Best Trainl:r in the ')4路 '~~ basketball squad.

Ll oyd Crocker receives fr om EdwaJ"( Vii . Lock hart an award for being th. Best Sport of the year.


The tea m and guests enjoy the banquet given in their honor at th e end of the successful '54-"55 season"

PLAYERS AND TOTAL NO. POINTS SCORED IN SEASON Bill Bradley ....................................... 686

Melvin Gibson .................................... 638

Bill Crowe .......................................... 282

Bob Patterson ...................................... 280

Lloyd Crocker ...................................... 239

Harold Davis ........................................ 174

Earl Miles ........................................... 149

Junior Austin ..................................... Henry Willis ...................................... Jim Henderson ................... ............. Joe Jordan ............................................ Bill McDonald ................................... Bob Betz ................................................ Dick Ford ...... ......................................

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MELVI N G IBSON, G,,,,d

BOB I.'ATTERSO N, GI/ard

Crowe "walks on air" as he gets set to make a goa


LLOYD CROCKER, FMU'",d

Bradley and Davis get set to make a rebound _ .

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BILL CROWE, ForWt1fd

J UN IOR AUSTIN, Fo",;",d

Coach "Kil," his daughter, and team show th eir

pride in having won another trophy,


In the '54·'55 basketball season Bill Bradley, center, broke the GSC scoring record and was named to the second AlI·GSC team ; Melvin G ibson, guard, was placed on the All·GSC first team; and Coach Kilpatrick was given the title of "Coach of the Year" by the GSC sports writers-the following scores were made by North. east and their opponents : NortheasL .......... 62 Northeast ........... 84 Northeast ........... 62 NortheasL .......... 9 1 NortheasL .......... 83 NortheasL .......... 84 Northeast........... 86 NortheasL.......... I04 NortheasL ........... 70 N ortheasL .......... 94 NortheasL.......... 87 NortheasL .......... 95

Delta State .................. 59 Louisiana College ...... 83 Arkansas A&M .......... 78 Howard College .......... 80 Mississippi College .... 87 Central Oklahoma ...... 70 Mississippi College ...... 63 Arkansas State ............ 91 Southeastern ................ 68 Northwestern ............ 101 Louisiana College ........ 72 Louisiana Tech ............ 92

AlI ·GSC guard, Melvin Gibson, takes to the air as he shoots

Northeast........ Northeast ........ Northeast........ Northeast ........ Northeast ........ Northeast.._•... Northeas!........ Northeasl.. ......

83 78 79 91 59 59 83 58

Little Rock ._---------­ Arkansas State ........ Mississippi College Southwestern ---------­ MeNeese State ........ Delta State ---.---------­ Southeastern ---------­ McNeese ---_ ..... _--_ ...

8 9 81 7 5 8 7' 7


BILL McDO ALD, Center

Bill Crowe leaps above a goa l-guarding Techster to shoot a good one .

BILL BRADLEY, Cemer

Gibson uses his jump-shot aga inst McNeese


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FREDDIE BOND, BIlJkeJbaJJ jUanager

JOE JORDAN, GUMd

The team gathers around the coach and his family for a winners' portrait ...

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THE BASKETBALL TEAM ON PRE-SEASON TOUR IN WEST ...


BASEBALL SCORES FOR

'55 SEASON

lVe NE..... 1 NE. .......... . 7 NE. 3 NE,. 0 NE. .......... 10 NE 0 NE I NE 9 NE............ 2 NE...... .. .... 3 NE.... .. ..... 2 NE.... ....... 1 1 NE..... ....... 17 NE.. .... ... 1 NE 6 NE.......... 0 NE........... 2

Miss. College Miss. College

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,Delta State Delta State .............. McNeese ..... ....... Alexandria Aces Southwestern La, College Northwestern La. Tech

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9 7

Northwestern

Manager, Sammy Moore; Head BasebaH Coach, George Luffey; and Scorekeeper, Ok Campbell .

Front row, left to right: Guy Dupriest, Harold Moore, Jackie Neal, Donald Stewart, Harold Davis, Jimmy Brad ley, Tom Hudson, Torr Leos, Charles Mahaffey, Back row: Bill Thompson, " Be" Lai rd , Charles McBeth, Joe Jordan , Coach Luffey, Manager Sammy Moore Carol George, Tommy Boyles, Bobby Mays, BObby Watts, Bob Betz.


The '55 pitchjng staff, left to right, were : Bob Betz, Carol George,

"Bo" Laird, Joe Jordan, Tom Hudson, and Bobby Watts.

Outfielders Tommy Leos, Charl es Mehaffey, Guy Du足 Priest, and Jackie Neal.


' niieldm: Donald Stewa rt, Harold Moore, Bobby Mays, Sa m Campbell , Jimmy Bradley, and Harold Davis.

Sam CampbeJl makes a hit and heads for first .

Catchers: Reserve catcher Tommy Boyles and

starter Billy Thompson.

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With only seven lettermen returning for the 1954 Northeast s'luad, this baseball season had to be a job of rebuilding for Coach George Luffey, who was in his freshman year as manager. However, Northeast's inexperienced , freshman-laden outfit stayed in competition all season for the Gulf State Conference title, winding up with a record of nine wins and eigh t losses for the year. H aving a six won six loss conference record, left fielder Tommy Leos cracked the balloting for the All-Gulf State Conference team, wi th "Bo" Laird as pitcher also making the team. Given consideration in the ballot足 ing was Joe Jordan, pitcher.

Shortstop, Don Stewart , lead s off f irst in cooferen(e .'Sa me wi th McNeese State .

T ommy Leos led the s'luad in hitting with a .342 mark, followed by H arold Moore with .318 and J immy Bradley with .313. North east scored two wins each over Mississippi College and McNeese State; lost to the professional Alexandria "Aces"; and split with D elta State, South wes tern, Northwestern, Louisiana College, and Louisiana Tech. The champion Southeastern nine proved a jinx to the Indians as th ey lost both games to this opponent. Northeast finished the season in a third place tie with Louisiana Tech in conference stan dings. Ou tfi elder, Tommy Leos

Catcher Billy Tho mpson stretches his stride to try to beat

out an infield hi t.


PITCHERS' RECORD

"Bo" Laird, who was placed on the All 足 GSC team for his performances in the '55 baseball season, posted a 3-4 record . Joe Jordan, receiving honorable mention fo r the AJJ -GSC team, had an even 3-3 taJley ; reserve rookie pitcher Bob Watts had a 2-0 mar k.

Ifs batting practice for Leos, Campbell, and Bradley ...

The first gam e of the season was opened with Sheriff Bailey Grant pitching the first ball, Clarence Ball batting and Coach Devone Payne covering behind the plate .

BASEBALL LETTERMEN FOR '5-5 Bill T hompson Tom Leos D on Stewart Jackie Neal Guy DuPriest Ch aries Mahaffey Bobby Mays Sa m Cam pbe II Jimmy Bradley Harold Davis H aro ld Moore Billy Joe "Bo" Laird Joe Jordan Manager Sammy Moore


Guy DuPriest, Outfielder

"Boi' Lai rd receives the award for the "Most Outstanding Player" of the year .

The umpire makes a decision at the: plate in a game against McN eese . . .


TRACK TEAM-First row: Phillip Cobb, Harry "Red" Rushing, Mac k Powell, Jarrell Busby, Bob Scogin, Don Walker, Wallace Hargan Second row: Coach Devone Payne, Bob "Red" Walker, Al Johnston, Donald Hoyem, Bill McDonald, Dick Richard, Danny Hoak, Ker McLellan, Coach Albert Kay. Third rOw: Howard Nugent, Dan Andrews, Clayton Cox, Coach Leon Manley, Alton McCre ady, Franci, "Red" Yocom, Bill Bradley and Doyle Holstead.

NORTHEAST LETTERMEN CLUB-First row : C. J. Melancon, Johnny Schmidt, Sammy Moore, Sherrod McKoin, Francis "Red " Yo路 com, Jarrell Busby, H owa rd Nugent, Jim Robe rts. Second row : Harold Davis, Ken Morgan, Dob Windle, Jimmy Bradley, Dill Bradley Jim Knox. Third row: Joe Jordan, Jack Neal, Press Berry, Tommy Leos, Ed Lee, Kenneth' Greer. Fourth row : Buster Crowley, Bob Scogin. Mel Gibson, Roy Aston, Doyle Holstead.


CHEERLEADERS Jo Ann Walsworth Barbara Bradley

JO Ann Abraham

Barbara Rogers

Mary Ann Pitarro

Dixie Brown

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FIELD PERFORMERS-left

right: Dav id Tschabold, dru m n jor; Glend a Wright, majoret Faye D avis, majo rette ; Char Swanson, drum major.

GO LD)ACKETS - Organized perform at Northeast's athletic tivities . Violet Venable is '54足 President.


WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIA路

TION-Back row , left to right: Barbara

Jo Payne, Milly Roberson, Faye Davis,

Ann Lane, Joyce Dumas, President,

Melba Hill , and Maria Maggio, Front row: Sara Gambrell, Mary Currie, Carol May, Betty Fuller, and Jo ' Ann Buswell. Sponsors are : Miss Ada Bess Hart and Mrs, Dorothy Humphrey.

Girls' Intramural Basketbal1 Champions

Girls' Intramural Softball Ch~mpjo ns

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Each year the conege freshmen from coast to coase are introduced to life around the campus. Beginning with registration, his life is made miser足 able by upperclassmen. He must succumb to such indignities and upperclass whims as shaved heads, being painted like circus clowns, .dressing like small children and being his superior's gener al flunkie, In spite of all this, most freshmen live to be sopho足 mores and deal misery to that year's freshm en, Northeast' s freshman hazing ends with home足 com1l1g,

Freshman , Percy D ePrang, becomes acquainted with

college life,

I suppose fre shmen should study also.

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" Me. Elder, what may we do today? We have been good freshmen," declare Barbara Bradley and Conn ie Pickering.

Upperclassmen Max Smilow and Bilbo W ilson dance with ireslunCfl, Verda Hardy and Pat Morris, in the Stud ent Center.

Even fres hmen learn guickly to go to the Friend for cold cokes and milk. Seated in the booth ar~. . Sonny Dozier, Virginia You ng, Howdy Nugent and Ca rolyn McKay.


Nell Rogers, sophomore Home Economics major of West Monroe, was chosen Queen of the 1954 Homecoming which honored the class of 1934. Nell and Maid of Honor, Jo Ann McDonald of Monroe, were elected by popular vote of the student body.

Queen Nell and escort Ted Jones at the Homecom足 ing dance.

The Homecoming court, Fran Hooper, Joan McPherson, Jo A McDonald, Maid of Honor, 1\ Rogers, Queen, Barbara Rogers 2 Martha Jane Oden.

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Sigma Alpha Chi's first place float.

Student Council President, Pl:rry EI<kL. Queen Nell and Ted Jones at the dance.

Social Science Club's

award winning float.

D anci ng climaxes homecoming activities.

Geo logical Society's a'Ward wjnning float.

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The R.O.T.C's annual Military Ball is one of the major social events on the Northeast campus. Highlighting the dance is the crown足 ing of a Military Queen . "The Little Colonel," as the queen is called, is the battalion sponsor and holds the rank of Lt. Colonel. This year' title went to Barbara Rogers.

QUEEN BARBARA

sponsors at the B.II : Dot Hudson, P

Renf fO , Barbara Rogers. Sally Ann Hayes, Nell R and Virginia Young.

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Cadet Lt. Col. Bill H arrington escorts Queen

Barbara Rogers through a mili fary sa bre arch.

Cozy conve rsation for the ma rri ed folks .

R.O.T.C. cadets and dates.

It's a great life.


000 la la I C est Paris, n' est pas ? ( T ..amlal;on-lVow ' lV hal a f;gure l )

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Eddie Fisher-Northeast style

Oh! What a bjg mouth you have !


Dig that craz)' dance !

Southern '路beJles" watch dice game on the banks of Ole Man Ri ver.

Gamma Zeta's animated ca lendar was one of the spec ial features of . "Redskins."

Alice Mae Ta rpley , Assistant Director: lorna Mon tgomery. Business Manager; Sammy Danna . Di rector: and Lynn Phillips , Assistant Director.


Humperdinck 's two-act fairy opera, "Hansel and Gretel," was the seventh annual production by the Fine Arts Department. These yearly operas serve a two-fold purpose. They provide opportunities for students of the college to study and perform major musical works for the stage unde r realistic condi足 tions and they offer the public an opportunity to enjoy the operas.

"But we can't let the

children sta rve."

The Witch

"Look Hansel' .It's the mean old W itch."


Gee, this gi ngerbcead house tastes good!

The W itch captu res Hansel and Gretel.

"Now the childcen ace lost," says father.

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I Fa iri es dance around sleepi ng

Hansel and Gcetel.


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The Northeast Players annually present two or more three­ act productions. Selections for this year were "The Great Big Doorstep" by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett and " Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond Rostand . Both productions were di­ rected by George C. Brian, assistant professor of speech.

George C Brian

Alice Mon tgomery sen i • speech major, played t lead part of Mrs. Crochet "The Great Big Doorstef J

, The Croc het family eats. Throughout the three-act comedy, which takes place

on the Mississippi River, the fami ly experiences a life of humor, jnterspersed with hardships.

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jentry Jones as Cyrano and Sandra M<:Adams as Roxanne played the leads.

nuee nuns- Betty Jean Jones, Alice Mae Tarpley and Montgomery .

Cyrano and companion .soldier meet on their way to war. Must we brawl in public?


Featured below are acts from the talent show sponsored by the T. O . Brown Chapter, Future Teachers of America. Hig h schools throughout Northeast Louisiana contributed a variety of entertain颅 ment to the production. Trophies were awarded for the three highest rating performances.

TEEN路 AGE JAZZ BAND, Rayville High School, Jetol1d place.

WAYNE HEFNER, Ba strop High School, first plare.

MARTHA K. WILLIAMS, High School , third place.

Neville

., Delh i High School' s Can-e'n Girls.


~tted

Stated足

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tJwe eampee4足

French Horn

Section

HARRY SPAULDING

Bass Drummer

Herald Trumpe.ts

Trumpet Trio


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C B. Roberts President

Stephen Brown Willjam Case

Howard Jackson Harold King Wayne Noland Charles Swanson

Jordan Terral Bobby Walker Jack White Don Wilkes


Alpha Theta Chi sponso rs, fcont row : Sand ra McAdams, Hildred Adair and Wilma Ann Adcock. Back row: Pat White and Virginia Young.

Cha rles Swanson, Sweet hea rt Faye Davis, and President C. B. Roberts at banquet.

Alpha Theta Chi g roup chats w ith coed gues t, Sa, a Batton, at frat pa rty.

Domino game calls for deep con路 centration at an nual fraterni ty smoker.

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Donald Bussey Presidenl

Staoley Burkett Wa yoe Ell iot

Bill Harrington

Bi ll Lacey Bob Mitchell

Joe Monroe Bobby Moody Bobby Joe Odeo Lloyd Posey

;i Lavelle Ray James Richard Billy Roark Bilbo Wi lson


Sigma Alpha C hi house.

Pres id ent Don Bussey and Pat Nolan.

Frat Sweetheart

Fraternity members and g ues t enjoy evening a l the H erschel Gentry home. Sigma Al pha C hi Chr istmas D ance.

Maj . Derwood Ca no , facu lty sponsor, chats with Charlene Mill er and M artha Jane Oden at Frat party.


Jo Ann McDonald PreJiJent

Doing the Bunny Hop.

Pat Barnes Sarah Batton Barbara Bradley

Mickey Brown .M arianne Blice

Bi llie Joe Cook Dorothy Cox Betty Craig Pat N . Danna Faye Dav is

Joyce Dumas Terri lee Fields Linda Gaar Carolyn Graham Barbara Gresham Carleen Griffin Emma Jean Hall

SaUy Ann Hayes Sue H ollingshead Louise Holli s Sylvia Jones

Carolyn McKay Carol May Alice Montgomery

Marilyn Mussett

Martha Jane Oden Pat Patterson

Mary Ann Pitarro Barbara Rogers Nell Rogers Patricia Simmons Elizabeth Struben AJjce Mae Tarple}1 Mona Lee Ticheli Beatrice Varina Jo Ann Walsworth Pat White Marie Wjlliamson


, Dorothy Cox, Violet Venable and Ma ri ann e Buce be足 tween dances.

Info rma l chat.

Phi Mu entertains Ga mma Zeta with Ma rdj Gras party.

Reviewing Gamma Zeta's history. 127


Janet Cash PreJidenl

Sylvi a Crosby Loui se McLawchJin

Patsy Rasberry Bon ita T uckec

Member not pictured Betty Bandy

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Phi Lambda Tau President, Janet Cash, greets Connie Pickering and Linda Gaar at Rush Week party.

Pat Danna, Betty Band y and Marie WilJiamson chat around the punch bowl.

Carol May, Betty Marie Hurst, M arily n Nectoux and Jo Ann Walsworth become acquainted and enj oy pleasant conversation over a cup of coffee during Rush Week activities.

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for a Day caught three scient ists in a jovial mood. Stieh l and Miss Frances Baldwin chat with Dr. C. D . Ian, extreme right, speaker from LSU.

FLORENCE ZlEGLER ALLBRITTON , Ass;st,nt Profes颅 sor, Music; M.M., Chiea go Musical College. EDWARD HAMILTON ALLEN, Ins tructor, Animal In路 clu strv ; M.S., Loui sian a Sta le Uni...-ersirv. FRANCES PRYOR BALDWIN, Assistant Professor, Chemistry; M.S., Lou isiana State University.

First row: CLOMA GERTRUDE BARRON, Assistant Professor, Librar y Science ; B.A., U niversit), of Arkansas. MAUD MERR ITT COOK BENTRUP, Head Libra rian and Assistant Professor. Li颅 brary Science; B.S., Libr ary Science, Unive rsity of llJinoLs. 路 HENRY WOODWARD BOYLES, Instructor, H ealth and Physica l Education; RE. , Tulane University. "GEORGE CRAFT BRIA N, JR ., Assi~tant Professor, Speech; M .A., Louisiana State Vni"versity. JO SEPH ROBERT BROWN, Ass ist ant Professor, History ; Ph.D. , Louisiana State University. Second row: W. C. BUCHAN AN, Assistant Professor, Geography;' M.A. , George ~eabody College. EVEL YN SANDERS CHILTON, In structor, English; M.A. , Universi ty of Mississippi. PRENTJSS EDWARD COX, In structor, Journalism ; M.T., the Iliff School of Theology. WJLLA CLAIRE COX, Associale Prof essor, English; Ph.D., George Peabody College. ROBBIE LEE CaXE, Instructor, Home &'onomics; M.S., Lou isiana State University.

RUBY MAE BROWN CRAWFORD, Assistant Profes sor, Education; M.Ed ., Louisiana Sta te University. RA N DALL AUGU STUS D ETRO, Assistant Librarian; M. S., Louisiana State Un jversity.


NORMA LEE SWAZE Y D ICKSON. Ass ista nt , Science; 8.5., Louisi;! na Poly technic Institute. ELOY FOM INAYA, Assistant Professor, Music; M.M., Non h Texas State ColJege. EMMETT J EFFERSON FOSTER, Assistant P ro fessor, Chell1istry; M.A., Lou isia na Sta te U ni versi ty.

First row: ROBERT EDW ARD GO RDON , Ass istan.t Pro fessor, Biolo,g ica l Sc iences; M.S., Un i路 vers it y of Georg ia. MORRI S NE\X'TON GRANT, Assistan t Professo r, Ph ys ics; M .A., Colu mbia Univers it y. W ILLI AM RICH ARD HAMMO ND, Head, Depa;tmcn t of Libera l Arts a nd Professor of Eco nomics; Ph.D ., George Peabody Coll ege. J ASPER GLEN H AM MONS, Ass istant Professor. f.s r.onomy; Ph.D., Pen nsy lva nia Sta te Coll ege. BUEL S. .HAMNER, Re,gist ra r and Assistant Professor, Engli sh; M.A ., Louisia na State University. Second row : CLI T OLIVER HANNA, Acting Director of Admissions and Special Services; As路 sistant P rofessor, Educa tion; Ed.D., George Peabody Coll ege. ADA BESS HART, Assista nt Professor. .Health nnd Physica L Educa tion ; M.A., George Peabody Coll ege. BEATRICE H ICKMAN, In stru ctor, Commerce; B.S., Louisia na Polytec bnic In stitute. RODERICK AUGUST US HICKMAN, J R., Assistant P rofessor, Mathematics; M.A., George Peabody Coll ege. FOS T ER HALLEY H OLDEMAN , Assi stant Professo r, Agr icultur al Engineerin g; M.S., Lou isiana Sta te University .

ERNEST DUNCAN HOLLOWAY, Dean of Men ; D .D., Southwestern at Memphis. ALV A STEPH ENSON H UFFM A ,Assistant Profe ssor, H ealth and Physical Education ; M.S., Louisiana State Cniversity.


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Christm as parties at the President's home always set the perfect hol iday mood for the facuit r .

DOROTH Y T UR N LEY H UM PH REY, In st ructor, Hea and Ph ysic al Educat io n; ~f .S. , Loui siana State Uni... sit\'. H UG H H ARVEY H YMAN, Associate Professor, Mati matics; Ph.D ., Uni versity of Ca lifo rnia . JO H N ILE CURRY JO H N SON, Instructor, lournalis B.A., Lou jsiana Pol ytech nic Institute.

First rov.: ~ ALBERT LEO K AY, Instru ctor, He alth an d Physica l Ed uca tion ; M.S., North T exa s State Coll ege. FRANCES STILES K ELSO, Assistant Profe ssQr, H ome Economics; M .A., George Peabody College. ARN O LD ROY K ILPATRICK , Assist ant Professor, Health and Phys ical Education ; M .A., Loui siana Sta te U niversity. LEfT A MAE K IN G , Instru ctor, Art ; B.A., Kansas City Art Insti tute. HARRY MA RIO N LE MERT, Associate Professor, M usic; Ph.D ., U ni versity of Texa s. Second row ; LO U ISE GRAY LEMERT, Ass istant Professor, English ; B.A ., Lo uisia na State University. J ESSIE M. LOCKHA RT, In structor, En glish; M.A., U niversit y of Alabama . GEORG E LOUIS LUFFEY, Iostrun or. H ealth a nd Phys ica l Educa tion ; B.S., Sout h路 western Louisiana In stitute. JO H N LOU IS LU FFE Y. Assistant Professor, Comme rce: M.B.A ., University of T ex as. T HOMAS RA LPH McCAN N , Ass istant Professo r, Social Sciences; M.S., Miss issippi State Coll ege.

JO HN HOWARD McCARTER , JR ., Associa te Professor, Geo logy ; M.S., l ouisiana State University. LEWIS MARVIN McKNEELY, As sociate Profes sor, Eng lish; ,M .A " Emory University.


WILUAM LEON MANLEY, Coach, Instructor, Physical Education ; B.S., Unive rsity of Oklahoma. MARCUS BUFORD MAPP, Assistanc Professor, Geology ; M.S., Mississipp i College. HAZEL H AYNES MITC HELL, Assistant Professor, Span颅 ish; M . A., Louisiana Stat e Unive rsit y.

First row : PAT MITCHELL, Assistant Professor, B;iological Sc iences; M.A. , George Peabody College. EMMA FERGUSON MIXON, Assistant Professor, Mathematics; M.S., louisiana State University. JAMES FRANK MONROE, Assistant Professor, Music; M.M., American Conservatory of Music. HOWARD WILBANKS MORTO N, Assistant Pr<;>fesso r, Commerce; M.B.E., Uni路 ve rsity o f Mississippi. JOE BARRY MULLINS, Assistant Professor, Music; M.M., George Peabody College. Second row : EVEL YN McGEE OTTS. Director of Teacher Training, Assistant Professor, Educa tion; M.S., University of Arkansas. JAMES WOODROW PARKERSON, Assistan拢 Pro fessor, Speech; M.A., State Univer 路 sity of Iowa. HOWARD DEVONE PAYNE, Head Football Coach, Assistant Professor. Health and Physical Education; B.A., Louisiana CoJlege. \XlILBUR LEE PERKINS. Head, Department of Business Administration and Associate Professor, Commerce; M.A., Un ivers ity of Oklahoma . LUSTER LEON PRICE. Head, Department of Agricu lture a nd Ho me Economics and Associate Professor, Agriculture; M.S., Louisiana Sta te University.

JOHN ALFRED PRITCHETT, JR ., Assistant Professor, Socia l Sciences; M.A ., George Peabod y College. WILKINS BREESE RICKER SON, Assistant Professor, Engineering; M.S., Louisiana State University.


WILLIAM KJRTLEY RU SSE LL. Assistant Professor, Ed­ ucation ; Ed. D., University of Houston. JERRY H. RUST, JR ., Assistant Professor, Commerce; M .A., George Peabody College.

packages go to Lt. CoL and Mrs . Melville H. Griffith Colonel bids farewell to his R.O.T. c. f oc foreign service.

OLGA T ALLEDA RUS T, Part-time Instruc tor, Business Administration; B.S., George Peabody College.

First row : HENR Y WALTON SAGESER, Gu idance Co unselor, A.ssi sta nt Professor, Psychology; Ph.D ., Purdue University. GERTRUDE MARTHA SAN DROCK, Assistant Professoc ..... Musk ; M. Mus. Ed ., Uni­ versity of Pittsburgh ; Diploma, Universit y o f Berlin. MABEL SKIN NER SLAY, Instructor, Mathema tics ; M.A., George Pe abody CoHege. 6 N NIE LEE WEST STA HL; Assistant Profes sor,. Jou rnalism; M.A., Louisia na Sta te On i":ersity. ELO ISE CALHOUN STANHOPE, Assis tant Professor, Music; M.M ., Chicago Con· servatory of Music. Second row : GEORGE LOUI S STIEHL, JR.. Associat e Pro fessor, Chemistry; Ph.D ., Louisiana Sta te U niversity. ARTHUR 1. TATUM , Assoc iate Professor, Socia l Sc iences; M.A., University o f Texas. WI N NETTA THOMAS, Instructor, French ; M.A. , Middlebury French School. ELTON ]. UPSHAW. Assistant Professor, Education ; M .A., George Pea body College. EDWARD CALDWELL WHATLEY. Assistant Pro fessor, Bi ological Sciences; M.S., Universit y o f Arkansas.

IDA LEE KING .\'V'ILBERT, D ean of Women : M.Ed ., Louisiana Stale University. DOROT HY N IX01'\' YO Ut;lSE, Assis tant Pro fessor, Englisb; M.A., Columbia Uni­ versity .


BETH ANDER SO N , Secretary

10

the Regist rar.

BETTY jO BAMBURG BARR, Account Clerk, Business Office, OPAL LEI G H BECKHAM, Stenograpber-Clerk , Business Offi ce_

First row: MELBA G. CLOUD, Typjst-C1er~ in Business Office.

BETTY JUNOT DOWD, Bookstore Managee.

BIRDIE LO UISE FRAGALA, Library Assistant,

GLADYS KE N DALL KI NG, Sw itchboa,d Ope,ator,

L. LUCILLE McLEOD. Account Clerk in Bu siness Office.

Second row : H U RVIE M . MOAK, Superintendent of Buddin gs. SYL VESTER OLANo Carpent er in Maintenance D epartm ent.

URIAH WILLIAM PICKE NS, Maintenance Rep airma n, MAY READ, Secretary to the Pres id ent .

BILLIE RUTH MARTIN ROBINSON, Typist -Clerk in the Lib,ary _

CA RLA ,BETH SOU LIER , Lib,,,y Assistant, STELLA P. WHITECOTTON, Secretary, Military Science.


AD AIR, OPAL . .... Bastrop

ADAMS , ARLON .. ...............W inmb oro

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS--Dorothy Works, Joe Milner, ,Pn'S1d,cnt, )0 Ann McDonald, and Charles Traylor, stand路

mg.

First row :

ADCOCK, BILLY ..........__........ .. ... ....... .. ..... ._...... _.... M onroe ATKINS, JIMMY .__ ..._._._...._............ .. ........ .... ....... _.. .."'lnT/ l"oe

BATEY , CARL ...... .... _..... _................................ .......... W ime..

BATMAN, DOLL ........................ .'~.................. R(I.rvilie

Second rOw ,

BIGGS, WALLY _.......... ................._... ........ ....... ........... D elhi

BOUTWELL, ELOISE .__ ....................................._.......Mo11 ..oe

BRAD SH AW, K ENNETH .............................. ......A rchibald

BROOKS, PAUL ..................................... ........ W est M onroe

BROWNIN G, JERREL .................... 011"

BRUNSON, MARY JEAN ........ Rayville


BRYAN, PAT ROSS .............. Winnsbo lO

BUSSEY , DONALD TROY ........ Monme

First row: CALCOTE, CH ARLES ...................... .............................. Eppr

CARTLlDGE , DOROTH y .. .. ............... .. .... j ,langhom

CERNIGLIA, FRANK ..............................................IWonme

CHARLES, GLOR IA ................................ ...... W eit Monroe

Second row :

CLARK, JOHN R. ................................. ................. GrO)'i OIl

COBB, M ARTHA JEAN ...................... ..... ............. Boiti'Op

COUNTS, JAMES ................................................ W eit M onroe CROTW ELL, EDNA .............................................. ..iv/onroe

Spring Graduates


Spring Graduates

CROWE, BILL CURRIE, MARY

...........FOfe.rt

___ ............. .Pioneer

First rOw: DELOUCHE, FRANCES ____ __ ___ •. ____ __ ____ _______ WeJI Mom oe DOUGHTY, MADELLE ___ ........_ ... __________ ______ _l>lonroe DURR, CARL __ ___________________________ ___ D elhi EDGAR, ROY _____________ ____ ______ __ _________________________ -'''l o111"oe Second row: r ANT, ELMER ____ ________ ______________ ___ _________ Monroe FINBARR, SISTER MARIE ___ ____ _____ __ _____ ____ ___________ Monroe FORE, ROY _____________ ____ ____ __________________ __._________G,-ayson FOREMAN, JIMMIE SUE ____________ __ ________ ______ _..___ .. __ ..i'v1omoe

GENTRY, HERSCHEL __.___________ Momoe GillSON, MELVIN ._______ Bismarck, Mo_


s~ GRAVES, FRED .......................... Mo"'"oe

GREER, KENNETH .................... Mom oe

First rOw:

GRIFFIS, BILLY JOE ................................................ Bastrap

HARRINGTON, WILLIAM W ., JR . ...................... l\1ol1roe

HAYWOOD, ETTIE .................................................... Delhi

HEAD, POLLY ANN ............ .................... ............... Mol11'oe

Second rOW :

H ELAMS, JULIA .............................................................Delhi HEN DERSON , JIM ............ .... ......... _.,...,..... Hallllibal, Mo. HICKS, DONALD ...................................... :................ Monroe

HI CKS, JOHN .........................................................Ster!ingt011

Spring G raduates


Spri ng Graduates

HINTON, SARA ____ _____ ___ ____ ________ Monro HOLLIS, LOUISE _ ___ ____________ ________ .Hail

First row:

HOLLOWAY, EVEl,YN _____ __ ____ ________ ___ ___ ____ ____ ___ Bastrop

HOLMES, MAUD!! MARIE ______ ___ ___ ___ __ _____ ___ __ _____ Monroe HOOPER, MARY FRANCES __ ___ ____ ____ ______ ______ ___ W illnsboro HOUSE, ADDIE MAE ____ ____ ____ ______ __ ____ ______ ____ __ __ __Bast1'D p

Second rOw : HUDSON, JAMES ________ _____ ________ ___ ____ ______ ___________ ___ _____ Gallion JOHNSON, JOHNNY ___________ _______ __ ________ __ ______ _______ __ Monroe JONES, BERNICE _____ _ __ ___ __ ____ _____ __ _____ ____ ____ __ __ __ Monroe JONES, TED __ ____ _________ __ _______ ________ __ __________ _______ _Baton Rouge

KANNON, LARRY __ _____ ____ ______ ___ Mon.-oe KELLEY, ROLAND ___ __ _________ __ ___ Monroe


s~ KIMBALL, JACK ........................Mol1 foe

LANDRUM, JANE ............ W est Monroe

First row :

LANGSTON, SYDNEY ... ................................... Collillg.flon

LEE, RUTH MOORE ................................. ................. Mon1'Oe

LIPSON, LARR Y ...................................... .... .... .. ........Monroe

McDONALD, JO ANN ............................................ M onroe

Second row :

McHARDY, COR RINNE .......... ..... ........... ............ Col"rnbia

McKNIGHT, ALINE ....................... ~ ...... ~ ............... GrayJOn

McKOI N, SHERROD ............................. :.~ .................... Jones

MAGEE, AL1;ON ............................................5"l12mil, Min

Spring Graduates


MALLETTE, PEGGY __ __ _____ _____ __ __ BaJlrOp

MEACHUM, MARY LOU ____ ____ Calhoun

and Mrs. Slater honor graduatjng seniors with garden

First rOw :

MILNER, JOE __ ___ _____________ ____ ___ ______ ___ ____ _.__ _____ __ _______ __ __ M onroe MILSTEAD, BILLY JOE ___ ____ __ ______ ____ ______________ WeJt M omoe MONTGOMERY, ALICE ____ ___ __ ___ __ __ __ ____ _______ __ _____ ____ Momoe MONROE, JOE __ __________ __ __ ___ ____ _______ .__ __ .__ ____ __ __ _______ ____ __ _M ol1foe

Second row: MOUNGER, VIVI AN __ __ __ __ ___.__ .___ ____ _::.____ .____ .__ __ ___ __ _Ferriday NEWCOMER, BONNY B. __ _____ ____ .. __ .. ____ __ _____ __ ___ __ __ ___ M011fOe PARRISH, GARY ____________ __ __ __ ____ __ ____ ____ ___ ____ __ ... Well Monfoe PATTON, GEORGE ___ ...__ _______..__ ________ __________ ____ _____ __ __ BaJlfOp

PLUNKETT, MAUREEN Y. _______ ___ __ EppJ RHYMES, SARAH HODGE __ ____ Monroe


s~ ROARK, THELMA S. ........ WeJI Monroe ROBERTSON, BONN1E JEAN ..Feniday

First rOW :

ROBERTS, J1M ................. ........................... CharieJ/ol1, Mo. ROBINSON , GLENN ................................................Mol1foe RUIZ, RUBEN ..... ............... ................................BatOil ROllge

RUSSELL, JAMES .....................:......... ..... ........ ..........Monroe

Second rOw :

SCOTT, HAROLD ..................................................... .5w artz

SHELTON, LOUISE ........................ " .. ...................... M ol1roe

SHELTON, MURPHY .........................~.. ~.:... ......... S/erling/ol1

SHIPP, BETTY JANE ............... .... .... ...................... ... Mol1me

Seniors enjoy g arden party .


Future Business Leaders of America-Roland Kelle}', President , not pictured.

SHIPP, JACQUELYN ______ ____ Wimer SLADE, ROSA JONES _________ ______ Baskin

First row: SLOCUM, BOOTS ________________________________ _______________ _______ -- -Jon es SMITH, SALLY WARE '_______________________________ ______ ___ ____ Monroe TAYLOR, KATHERINE ____ _ ________________________ ___________ Baskin TAYLOR, SALLY ANN __________________________________ __ ____ IUyvilie

Second Row: THARPE, DWAIN ________________________ _______ _____ ___ ___ ____ __ ______ Epps THARPE, MAXINE __________________________________________ ______ ________ Epps THOMPSON, CHARLES ______ ____ _______ _______ _Bolly Ridge TRAYLOR, CHARLES ______________________ ___ ____________ __ ___ _Columbia

ruCKER, LARRY ___ ______ _____ ___ __ __ _Monroe

TYLER, RICHARD ___ _________________ Monroe


s~ UNDERW OOD , MARY STRICKLAND i"langha", VINCENT, BONN IE .................. M o",-oe

First

rOW:

VI N ING, ANN ETTE ................................................ Piolleer

WASHINGTON , LOUISE ........................................ Baltrop

W EAVER, CHARLES ................................................ M onroe

W ELCH, SUE ...... . ................................................... M onroe

Second row: W H EELER, PERCY ............... _................................... Monroe

W INGATE, DA N NY ................... ~ ................ . Baton Rouge

W ILLIAMS, ROBERT EARL ............ :..:.:........ .... Winnsbo.-o

WIL LlAMSOl , EDMU D ........................... _..........M ol1l"Oe

W OOLI E, FRA N KLI N D . ...... .... M ol11"Oe

W ORKS, DOROTHY ........ W est Monroe


AARON. SHIRLEy ..... AN DERSO N, J EAN ... ANDERSON, CH ARLES

.... Darnrll .. W imubo ro BaJlrop

Teachers in elementary education- Frances DeLouche, P resi路 of T. O. Brown C hapter of f.T. A.

First rOw : AULD S, BILLY BALL, DAYTON ... ......... . BALLOWE, CLARENCE BARNES, PAT BEAC H, LETHA Second row : BETZ, BOB BRADLEY, BILL BRYA N T , MARY LOll BUCE, MARIA NNE BUSBICE, THAD ... TES, JOE BILUE ................... JU loHIKI\ ,N , BILLy ........

Hani.ronbllrg .. .... .... .. Rayville . .... ...........Rayt,jlle

Third row: CALHOUN, GLORIA CARG ILE , BOBBY CARPEN TER. JUANITA ..... CASE, W ILLIAM CH APPELL. WILLIAM.

.Calhonn ...iWonrof ... .. .. .M onroe ...... ...M onroe .. M onroe ......j\1onro r .Bi$Tfli/rck. M o. ... Weft M onroe ..... .. W rit Monroe . ...... .Ray,,路ille . Jr/ eJl Monro e

........Mo nr oe ...Er01

........ ..... G'rap on ... M onroe


)) ~! CROSL Y . JESSE CURREY. BOB DANNA. SAMMY

_i\ 1o nroe

__ Ftli,banj i _j\J onroe

First row :

EASON, FREDD IE EMANUEl. JO H NNY MAX ENSM INGE R, JO H N FEA SEL, j ETT IE FJNLA YSON, PETE

51t'dmgl on RtI,rJrop . ,\ll onloe

.. . IY/ ell ''''omo l' ... TtdIJddh

Se..:on<.l row :

'.. Monro e Colu tll bltl

FI SH ER. LLOYD __ FISH ER, ROBERT T. FLIN N. ZANONA FUG LAAR. ALLIE ROSE FULLER. BETTY T hird cow : GEORGE, VIOLET B. GLASS, GRACE GREGORY, CONN IE GRUBBS. DWIG HT GU ILLOT, MARJORIE

i\1onroe .j oneo)flle .We ft M onro£>

.1V nl Monroe .M onroe "..

. . Monroe W e ll Monroe . /v' oTlml'

Future Teachers in secondary education.


HARE. GERALD HEADRICK. MARGUERITE HOLLEY. CARROLL .

."'1 onl'oe ,./I'fonro e Plonn r

Bapti st Studen t Union- Jimmy Raymjck, not pictured, PresjdenL

First row : HOLLI NGS HE AD, SUE HOLLIS, LO UISE . ......... . ... .. HON EYCU TT, SHIRLEY HORTMA N, JOE . HOSKI NS, OATHER LEE Second row: JONES, BETTY JE AN JONES, JEANETTE JONES, SYLVIA JONES , THOMAS JONES, WILLIAM HARVEY McKAY, HARRY McKAY, LANN IE McKA IR, BILLY

.. Archibald .. Archlhtdd

__ .. . 8a.rklll

Third row : JORDON, CLEO LIVINGSTON. ANN LOLLEY, THOMAS McCARTNEY, MARY McGOUGH, LAWRENCE

...... ..... ... ... M onroe . .. .......... H llile ... ______ .Farm eft,ille . . . ......... __ ...... ....... iWonroe __ . __ ____ ....... Mollroe

.Monroe ..Monroe ......... ..Mangham . .. D o wniville ...... Olla ......Slerlington ... ... ... ...... .Ray.ville .... .... Calhoun .... ... .. Wimlfield 路 .. ..... .BaJlfOp


MADDEN, MARIE MACHEN, BOB . MEACH U M, MARY LOU ...

..'/Wonroe ....Rayt路jlle __ Calho"rI

First rOw:

MILES, EARL MOORE, LEONARD MOORE, SAMMY MORGA N , KENNETH MU LLICA N, LAMAR

. ... Grenada, M Uf,

....... _. Mer ROIlj,c .. .W eeAJ . .sIMi

.. W il!nJ/Joro

Second row : ........................_...... ........... ......... 1-1 arrisollbllYg MYERS, E. C. .. Bas/rop NORRIS , RAY ..... ...... 1P'esl Afoflro e NORTH. JOSEPH PAU L ........ .BI/skin ODOM, JERRY ...... .. ............... .. Monroe OLDENBU RG , JOH N ROBERT Third row: PARDUE, GUY PARKS, JAME S PERKINS, ELVA RUTH PHILLIPS, ADALENE K. PIPPIN, CHARLES

.. i"f anghl/Tn

...... . .... ....... Wirm.cboro ......Monroe .. . ..... Ray1)iJle ........................ i\.fonroe

Inter-Faith CouncLl-Elmer Fant. left front, President.


PITMAN, GLORIA .. PORTER, PRAD .. RALEY, BETTY JO

____ Ra yvJII~ .. BaJlTOp

Epp..

Wes ley Foundat ion

Fi(st [ow:

RATCLIFF. GLEN EARL RAY. SHELDON ROBERTS, DONALD ROBERTS. ELIZABETH ROGERS, BARBARA

.Mangham ... Monroe ../\fonroe .... Fairbanl.>. r ... ll:i' e.rl J)ifonroe

Second row:

ROGERS, NELL RUSSELL, JAMES SCOTT, GLORIA JANE SHOEMAKER, A. T . SIMONS, RICHARD TAYLOR, JOHN EARL THOMPSON, BILLY TRAPP, ARDICE

Farmerville .. Collil1gU Otl ChfJJe

Third row: SMITH, DOROTHY ANN SMITH. EMMETT . SMITH. FLORENCE STEWART, DONALD ... SWAIN, CHARLES ........ ..

... U'/ eJl .Monroe ......... JI,1om oe

. U'/ eJl Jl,1onroe

.......... ..... Delh; .. ..... Alhens ..... Ray-vi/le .51. JOHph . ..jHonroe . ........... ........ .Monr oe ........... lH onroe


TUBBS. CHARLES ................. VA UG HAN , CAT HER INE VENABLE, VIOLET .......

___ W U

M onroe ... M onroe

I

. lY/ eJI M o nroe

First row :

WARD, CONN IE WHITEHEAD, MARY )0 ... W IGG INS, MARY . ...... ..... . W ILD ER, T HO MAS .. . W ILLIS, HENRY Second row : WINDLE, BOB WOOD , CHARLES WOMACK, LEROY WYATT , DO NA LD YOCOM, FRA N CIS ..... .

....Monroe ..... ChoJld,anl

.. Pioneer .....Calhollll ... A t/an lfl, T e:c

.. ...W e.rt M Ollfoe

.... Monroe足 ... ........ ..M olJfoe ........... M ollfo e

_...... Gtlfllier , M iss .

Wesley Foundation Officers-Elme r Fane, left th ird, President.


N~w man

Club Representatives- Mona Lee Tjcheli. front right, Presidenl.

First JOW: ABRAHAM. JO ANN ADAIR. HILDRED ADAMS. EZRA . ADCOCK. BOB

...• ... .... M OW ·Of

.M ol/rot ... M or/rot ....._M ol1roe

Second row : ALDERMAN..MARY ANN ..... Ddm eJi ARMSTRONG. lL'O LLE .......... ........................... ,V,[h, AULDS. JOYE ....... .............. ....____ ......Fa'·mer fJill, BACON , DORI S ...... ........ lPnt M onroe

, KJMBALL

.. M o rlroe

............ .. .............. WeJt M o nroe ___ ._......... lP n/ M onr()e _ ......... ......... . W eJJ M onrot'

Semnd row : ................. __ .................. BaJfr o/>

COX . .... D ow1HfJil!e

COX. DIXIE . .............. . .........._.... _..........·ra{/N/ah

COX . DOROTHY COSSE. MARIE .............. M ~ llroe

First row: BATHILDE. SISTER MARIE BATTON. SARAH BARRINGER. DOROTHY BEA VER . WI LLARD BINGHAM. FLORICE ..................... BLACKWELL, JANET

Second row : BOND. FREDDY BRADDOCK. ALTON BRADFORD. MELBA BRADSHAW. PEGGY ................. . BRANCH. AN N BROWN. MICHAEL ............. .......... . Thi.rd row: BROWN. MICKEY BRUNSON. SARAH BRYAN, SH IRLEY BUSBY. JARRELL BUSWELL. JOE AN N CA MP. BOBBY JEAN

._. 8(1t071 RONge .. .... .......... M onroe ....... ._._._ ..... M onroe ........ Slinf!eJ!. T eXll J OlSk G ra,.e __ .. /I'107lfoe

J01leJb01"O ................. .............. GfdJJOn

..................... .... ...___ Monroe ..... .. ___ ..;\1 onroe ...../rl. onroe

....... LAlu P1"011ide11ce ... _.. MlSnghanz .... .... Archibald ....... IV i"n IbOl·o ............. .. ...... .. IFil1nJboro ......Harrhonbllrg . .... IV ert M onroe


First row:

HENRY, GIN GER HILL, MELBA H OPPER. MA RY A Ll CE H OWELL , LI N DA LOU

Speech Club

Second row: H UTSON, TOM REECE INE ICHEN, NANCY H . ISO M. PR ES LEY J ACKSON, HOWA RD

lVe sl iVl ow oe ____ .W';.'!!

M OH OI:'

__ CIJJUIII/.I/IJ

_Oak GrOf t' ._____ ____ ___ J.~lke P' OI Ide!lft'

..... __ ____ __ RaYI.illl! _____ M l)n rot'

First row:

LOVE, VIVI MAGGIO, M, RI

MALON E. FI

,IS

MAY . CARO

Second cow: McBETH , CH ARL ES ....... . McDA N IEL. IMOGEN E ~1<G O r.; G H . VIRGI N IA M<KASKL E. J IJANlTA ..

_____________ MI)r/rol! ____ .__ ___ M onro"

Ra,f'l lIt' . U1"I1.II I(1足

Sl ediIlK(O"

First row:

JINKS. SHARON

IOHNSTON , DOl"

JOHN STON . GLOR IA JOY

JO RD AN, JIMMY

JO RDA N, JO E

KELLY. JOY E

. Rl1lggo/d Bar/ro p __ rFi IlIJfboro ________ Bdf/rop _....Chalh,lIn j\1 0 firo ~

_____ .Xelh ____ BaJlro p

___ _llYeIl M '}TJI"Ot'

Second row: KELSO, BARBARA KING. W ILLI AM ... KNO X, JAMES LABORDE, BElTY LACAZe. BO BD Y LAIRD. BILLY

Third row: LANE, ANN ........ ............ . LANIER. JIJLIA JEAN LARKIN, JAMES R . . LEOS, TOMMy ........................ ................ .. LEWIS, ANNA BETH ...... .............. . LITTLE , PATRICIA ANN ......................

M omoe

_______ .___ M angham ____ ._Cl"Qu'"f!1Ue .. _. C,mm:ilJe ___ .... M omoe

....TaUulah _ . FM}lJeI!'ili e

___ Mom'o t' . ...... _.Rt/Jbille

. ...... _____ Monroe Monr oe . ...... Calhollil


first row:

MEA CH UM, DALE CU RTIS . .___ Dowll !1:jl/e MIT CHELL, BOBBY. .... ___ ...._._ .. We sl Mo nroe MOODY , BOBBy ....................... _._. __ .._... __ M onroe MOORE. BENN IE _______ .. BaJtrop

Second row : 1路fUCKElRATH, VINA SUE ......... _WinnJboro MURPHY , ELSIE .......... ................ __ . __ ... _......M oJll"oe MUSSETT. MARILYN .... ...... __ M ollr oe ODEN, BOBBy ............. ._________ __M onroe

First row: PALMER. MERLE .... .................. .. PARKER, MO RRIS PERK INS. W ILL ENE .................... .. PETTY, H AR RY PHILLI PS. EMO RY .............................. PHILLI PS, LYNN

..... .M onroe ....... M o1lroe ......Motlroe . ..... M omot .. .. .. RayfliJ/e ...... M Olll"oe

Second ro w:

PINTON, DOY LE .. ... .................... ... .......... )t/eJI M OlrrOlJ

PITARRO , MARY AN N ..... .............................. .. M om路oe

POLLARD, fRANCES ..................... ....... Iy/ esl M ONroe

POULAN , JAMEY NA y ...... ................ ............M otlroe

PORTER, MARY LOL' ................. .. .......... .......... .. .... BOI"Op

POWERS, JAN IS ................ ...................... ........ If/il1!1sbor o

T hird l OW: PRICE , DUKE. PL:G H , CLIFFO RD QUICK, CA RSON .. RHODES, CAROl . ROARK , BILLY ROBERT S, C. B.

.... IF eSl M OIII'oe ... W en M om路oe

... ....W esl Aloltroe . ....... ... Fairbanlt.s

, .......... ..Fairb(l!1 JtJ

......... EppJ

Speech Club Officers-Alice Mae Tarpley, center stand ing, President.


First row:

ROYE, PAM SATERFIELD , SARA SA V AGE. BOBBY SCHON FARBER, HEZZJE " ...

Social Science Club

Second '"ow: SCOTT, ALA N SHELL, JAMES SIMMONS, KENNET H SMITH , CA RL

_______ ____ MOllfcU

Fairbank . . _.Mol/rut .. ___ Lake PrO'i"denct

...... M Uliror

________ J Pe JJ M ouroe _5iJu .! .RIlYIJ;l/e

f irst row:

SMITH , JlMMY ... _____ .......... Hui le SMITH, L015 ______ ........... . ....................... .. .... __ ........... ..... _______ M or1Yoe SMITH, MARILYN ___ __ ..Farme ft'ille ...... ........__ .._... SMITH, NORA LEE _ .... West M onroe SMOT HERS, NELDA ... _____________ -Monroe SOLOMON, FAYE ....._.................. ..................... .. _._~onroe Second row; STEWART, GRACIE, ................ ,.. .,_.,., .. ____ ..Jone.f

STEVENS, IRMA GRACE ... .,.,." .......... .. . ....Moflf oe

STRONG, MEEKS .... ,.. ,.. .. .......... . ... Ba J/fOp

STRUBEN, ELIZABETH Ff/;rbank J

SWETT, GLENN , ............. ,.. .. . .. ............ ............. ..... Heber!

T ARPLEY . ALI CE MAY .......... __ ..... ..... ...... __ .......... ._______ __ M Ofl r o e

Social Science Cl ub OHicers- Bert Deloach, ex treme right , back row, President.


First row: TARVER, TOMMIE ........ ........ .................. Co/umbi(J THORNTON, DOROTHY ..,,,.,,,,, " " """." "." " "".Si." TICH ELl, MONA LEE ................. ................. ......ltiontoe

'TIDWELL, GLENN ...................... .. DownJtnlle

5<'( ond row: TIMS, GWYNETTE ... ............... ....... 8df J:.in TOlBIRD, JAMES LEW IS .... . ... lr/eJi ltionrot' TRAWEEK. FAY E ................... ..... ............... .. Ra)ilil/t' TUCKER. BONiTA .... ..........iAJu Prof.'idellu

First row:

VA RINO , BEATRICE " ........ ............ .. Monroe

............ WeJt MOllroe

WADSWORTH, DAVID " ,,"""" """ ". """"" WALL BETTY AN NE " ,," ,," ,," ,,"" ....... ....... BaJirop

WASHBURN, HELEN """". " " " "'"."".". ............... Di'lhi

WATSON, FRED . W Nt ltionroi'

WHITE , JACK ",,",,". ...H opt', Ark .

Second row:

WILLIAMSON, JIMMI E WILLIAMSON, MARIE . ". " """ '" WILSON, FRANK " "'''''''' ',, . W ILSON, BILL " " "" " """"," '" WRIGHT, BOBBIE

.... .M {/ ng hr:lm

Monroe

............. lAke Prot,jal'1ue

. ... ....... Monroe

Win~ $bQro

Commerce Club-Presidt nt, Had an Prestridge.


Firsl TOW :

ADAM S. KENNETH ADCOCK. WILMA ANN ALEXANDER . ETHEL ALEXANDER. PEGGY

Delta Psi Omega Representatives-Betty Jean Jones, seated, President.

.. .......... Ra'JI-" "c> , ",BdJI I'OP

,.,Sterling/ on ... ......... Ster/ingloll

Se<;ond row:

AN DER SO N , HERMA N ANDREWS, BOBBY ANDREWS, DAN AUDIRSCH , BOBBY

F U:il

row:

BRADLEY. BRANTLE BROADW BROCK .

... .......TgUJllah

....... M onroe ....M ourttt'

...Epp;

Sf'(ond .cow:

BRO'IX' N. DIXIE ... ... BRO'IX' N. EMMETTE L. BRO'IX' N, STEPH~N ....... .

BRYA N . EDWIN . ............ .

......1WeJl MO I, roe .. ....... Ray! ille ..W /!!l A{o!l1"oe ...... W inNsboro

First .row: BAND Y, BETTY BARN ES, JOHNN y ..... BARNES, MARILYN BA YLES. BOBBy .... .............. . BEN NETT, LESTER BERGERON, TED ...................... ..

...... IPm rlJbol'o

.. ,.... FdIWlerl)rlle , "" .... ,... j ena ... .. ....CaJhoJln

... .1P"' 1 Monro e .. Monroe .... We.r.l M onroe ..........Jr/ esl M onroe

...... Ray,lIilie ... P{lrmerviJl e

SeCOlld row :

BERNICE, ADAM ................ ...M on roe

BERRY, CARL ....... .........." ..,"" .......... ........BtlJlrop

BIGELOW, CHARL ES ..... .........Oak Gl'o lJe

BIGGS, SALLY ANN ........ .. .... " ............... ...... ". " .........._ . ... .Houma

BINGHAM, FLORICE ......... ................... ...................

....... M om oe

B1NGHAM, LAWRENCE .. .............

"" .......... Oak G r()ve

Third rOw: BLAK E, SEDRIC ...... ................. ..... BLANCHARD, JAN E ................. BOYD, VO LMER DEAN ............... BOYLES, TO MMY. BRADLEY, BARBARA BRADLEY, JIMMIE

... ,..............DeJhi ....Mot/roe __ ..H ope, Ark. . .......... ...M OlJ roe

........ _.M oll r oe

.........N tt/rh ez


First row: BRUNSON, VIRGI N !A BUFK!N . ED BUR DE AU X, TOMMY BURKETT. ST AN LEY

..............Sler/iT/llOn

....Weu M onroe

. ............ .Calhollfl

..... .... .. ....... .lP'tSI M OflfO f

Second row: BURNETT. DOR IS BUTLER , T H U RTO N CANTERBU RY , DOYLE CARROLL, COY

... WeII Monroe ...... W en M OTlroe

.......... RaJI.'ille .....LAke Ch芦rJes

First row; CARTER , ELSIE .... .. . CARTER, JERRy .... .......... .. C AR TER, RAY CARTLIDGE, MARY KATHERINE CASE, BETTY CHEEK , KENNETH

..Ra)tJilie .. M onroI'

.. .... Moflf oe ...... Mal/ gham

............ Monroe .Tfafl .fy/r'Iwia

Second row :

.: ..RaJ1,jli e

CLACK , CARESSA CLEMENT. CAROL YN COATS, LOU COBB, PHILLIP COON , KENNETH COOPER, WILLIAM Third row : CROSBY , SYLVIA CUMMINS, BUNNIE DANNA , PAT LYNN DANNA , PAT N . DARK, W IL L ED DAY , NORMA

....... T rlulJ y i Jlal1ia

..MollrOt .... Winnsboro .. ...... .. Cho Ndra"J

..... Ra)'",路/Ie ........Mom oe .M onroe .. .. ....... ................. .. M onroe .. .. .. .... .... ... ... .....

.. .... M OT/roe

.. ............. ....... Rayville ....... Ba.r',.op

Honor Society Representatives - Dorothy W orks, center, front, Presid<::nt.


First ro\v'

Writers Club

DEAN, MARGIE DELCOURE, DARRELL DEPRANG, PERCY DOUCIER, ANI': Second row: DREASLER, MARY JANE DURDEN, BEVERLY ELLIOTT, '\(fAYNE G. ERVIN, TOMMY

........ BaJtrop ___ .GICI)'JOII

_________ .Bo.ffli'l" City

Hebert

___ .W'eft Monroe

___ .Monroe . . __ Mamoe

_ .-Tallulah

!w : .... _________ .Moflj路oe

.. .........Dowfw..ille ............................. ulke Prol ,idel1ct _______.Otlk Gf()j,t

MACK

:DY. :PER, row: ~Kl"'S,

CI.AUDINE ' " ES, BILLY ' GOOD, BOB HIE .D, BILLIE JEAN

___ .Oak GrGl e _ ..... ................ P;oneer _______ H at"riJonburf!, _.. _.Monroi'

EVANS, HENRY __ ._._ .................... .............. Mollfoe

EWING, BILLY GENE _ ____ ... Wes! Monroe

FELTER, JESSE E. ____ .... WiJller

FERRINGTON, LLOYD ____.___ .__ .Enli'rpyiJe

FIELDS, TERRI LEE .................................................... .West Monroe

FONTANA, GEORGE _.Monroe Second row: FOREMAN. DIXIE FOREMAN, NORMA J. GAAR, LINDA ........... .. .. _.__ .. __.. GATES, WILEY JOE GEORGE, HELEN GEORGE, LENA MAE.

Third row: GEORGE, PHYLLlS GRAHAM, CAROLYN GRAY, BETTY GRESHAM, BARBARA GRIFFING, GEORGE GRUBBS, GEORGE

IV 01 Monroe

.__ Monroe . ........... __ Mollroe ___ Monroe ___________ IVeJI Mornoe

. ............ _West MOT/foe

Bastrop

.. _____ Monroe Monroe ___ ..MOflfoe ___ .Gilbert _.......... _.. IV~st Monfoe

t


First row :

HEARD , ANNIE MYRL HENDRIX , WILLIE ., HI CKS, ADA MAE HICKS, JAMES

....Lake Prol;idefJre .. ....... Bo.r.rier Cil>,

.... ...... M ollroe ... .... .. ..... ..M OfJrOe

Second row :

HI GHTOWER, SA RA ................. ....... .5hreve/Jo" ...... ..... ... . JPeJl M onroe HOGAN . PATRICIA ANN HUDSON , BARBARA ... BaJ / rOp ......Gallioll HUDSON , DOROTHY

First row:

... W esl M onroe HUDSON, SHIRL EY .......OaJc Gro l,e HUMPHRIES, MARY JO ................................ DeJhi H UNTER , FREDDIE .. H URST, BETI!' .. .. .. .. ...... .. ............................... ....DeJhi

... ... .... __ ..... ...........Sirily Is/ana

JACKSON , T HOMAS .............. ................ . .. .......... Ri nggold J INKS. ALLEN ...... ............. . Second

i 'OW :

JOHNSON, ED JOH NSO N , T OMMY JO HN STON , ALFRED JOINER , JEAN. .. ............. JO NES, IRMA JORDAN, SI!E Third row : KEN N EDY , BETTY KILL EN , JOYCE ... KILPATRI CK. MARY ALICE KILPATR ICK , RALPH KIN G, CARL KING , HAROLD ........

.............. Mo nroe .. ......M (Jnroe

............... ....,Shreveport

... .. .. .... ..........W eJI M ot/foe ...Forl Nunsity

..... .......... 8aJtrop . ..... Oak Rl(lge .................. ....... Raylliile ..... ... ........

.... CalhOlm

............ ... W t?J"

M onroe

............. WillllJboro

.....Lolu Prdl;idenre

Wri ters Club Officers- Richard Tyler, left second President .


First JOW : KRAFT. OPAL LABORDE . DAVID LACEY. BIJ.L . LACEY. J O HN

Northeast Loui siana Geologjca l Society

.. .. ... , G I (.I) $O /J

.. .. IVuIIHboro ... . IVe SJ Mom路o t' .W' e ll M 011/ ol'

S(:cond row :

LAMB. GEORG IA LANI ER. JO YCE LARKAN. MARGARETTE LE BRUN . MARY ELOI SE

fi rs! row: McKAY,

McLAW McLELLA McMURR Second

l\fOl}ro t'

.. Bllstrop

First row:

__ Monro,

..... Blfld, Ahxand,.,;, .. Gllberl

CO\l.: :

McPHERSON. JOAN MAGNON. MARILYN MA LON E, fL ORINELL MANSOCR, YVONNE

D eIhl Mo nroe

.. O(lk GroN ... ;\-lol/ fot'

.. .. ... Kdbo lJ) 11 (' _M Ol/me

LEE. ED LEE . SARA ... L1TfLETON . RO BB IE LEE LIPSEY. AllCE JO UPSON, ALVIN ... .... ........ LOFLI N. BETTY

.. /3(.1 SIrOP

_.... .. .Oak GtOlt' ...DownJtHllt' .... Slef l lfl [!,lo H

.MI.Jllroe ....... _.. Mo nroe

Second row :

LO GAN. DELOR ES LONG. BILL Y LORD , CLAUDE LORD, SHIRLEY LOVE. BERNARD McADAMS, SAN DR A Third {ow: McALLI STE R, BESS IE McCARTY, SHIRLEY McCORMlCK. DEJ UANA McDONA LD , BILL MdNTYR E, ERMA JEAN .

McKA Y. BENNIE

... .... . .. .lHOlll"Oe

... .... .CoJumb;a _.. .BrJski" __--""1 onne ...... .Mo,/roe

... ..... Monl"oe ..._M oNroe . . --J Ollt'J

....Itv ess Monf oe ...... .... R(.I)'!IIJ/e

..BaSirop ... .. .... Arch;bald


First row : MORGAN , MARION MILLER. CHARLENE MITCH ELL, CLAYTON MONCRiEf. RICHARD

.. ..CoUJhQ!JQ

.... JV'eJ{ M Ortroe

Secood row: MORRIS, HUEY M URPHY, PAT NAFf, )OE NEAL, JACK IE ........ ............

First l OW ; NECTOUX, MARILYN NETTERVILLE, CHARLES NEWSOM , ))MMIE RAY NOLAN, PATRICIA YVONNE. NOLAND, WAYNE NUGENT, HOWARD

Second row: ODEN , MARTHA )ANE O'QUINN , )'OLLY OSBORK. G WEN PAGE, BILLIE ..... PARKER, ARTH U RITTE PARRI SH , ZOLA MAE Third row: PASCAL , BRUCE PASCAL, FRANK PATTERSON , BOB ........ PATTERSON , PATRICIA PA YNE. BARBARA ) 0 ... P HI LLIPS , JOHNNIE

...... G1'dJ'!on

. .. .vidttlid ...... ..Rfl)f}jii ~

... ....... BaJtrop ..M onroe . .. M onro~

.. ..... M ortfoe ... N eweliion

..Siker ............. IV PSI M onroe ~ ....~ ...... Lnke ProviderJu ................ .......AlextlfJdr;{/

.... flf oflrOt

..... De/hi ...... M onroe

...... WeJl M o m'ot

.............. Sirlger

........... Fa;rbanks

....... . W est M o nroe

.. Ir'eft Monroe ... .Farm ill.?IOII, M o. ....... ...M om路oe

................ . ................ Delhi ..........Fairbfffiks

Geological Society Officers-Larry Tucker, extreme rjght, President.


First row:

PICKERIN G. CONNIE .... ........... ....... M onroe

PITTS, BA RR Y G. ................. .. Delhi

POLLARD, BUDDY ................... .... Talll/Iah

POOLE . N fN A . ....... ............. .. . .. ......I\tI on;"Ot'

Home Economics Club

Second row: POSEY, LLOYD ... PRITCHE1T , HELEN PUCKET. CHARLES RAINBOW, KARLEN

;irst row :

RUSH ING , HA Rl'SSELL. DOR RUSSELL, LA N SAtTER, BILL

«ood l OW: SANDDIDGE, GLEN SANDERS, LOl' IS . SCARBORO UGH , LOY SCH UMAKER. GEORG IA ..............

...Ltke Prof;;dence .......BaJlrOp

........... Sur/i!lgJon ... . 1VeJJ M Oflfoe

fir st row:

..... ..Plonte, ...... .1tvefJ M OIII'Ol

.... ..... }t'lta ............Ero$

..... .. M oNr oe

... Dodson ...... W tJI /lf Olll'oe .. !I1 0 nl'Ot

RASBERRY, PATR ICIA . RA WLS, BARBARA RA WLS, CE LIA RAWLS, NELL .... REN fRO, PHYLISS REPPOND. BETTY ANN

........ M Ollroe

............... ....... ltv ~W M onroe ..... ..M onroe ... ................. ... M onroe ..M oM ot! ..... .... ................ ..M drion

Second r Ow: RHODES, MARY SU E ......... WIIU fpI' OO!

RICE, GRADy ......... ... lY/eJI M Ol1foe

RICKER SON. ANITA FAE ..... ........ ......... ................ .W eJl M Ol1l'oe

RICHARD, JAME S A . .. .... .. Alextlndritt

ROARK, E. C. ..................... ................................. ...... Wesl Afollroe

ROARK, WILLIAM S. . .............. ........... Rdyville

Th ird row: ROBERTS , BARBARA ROBERTS, DOROTHY ROBERSON, MILDRED ROBINSON, ROGER ......................... .. ROGERS, PEGGY . ................. .. RUSHING, A. D....... ...............

........M om·oe

........ ........... £ros ..................... ...... H aile . ....... .... ... Af onroe .. ............... ..... If/eSl Af Oflfoe

. ... .spetJCfr


Firs t row :

SCOGIN, ROBERT ..... ............. SIMMONS, PATRIC IA

SIMS, JOHN SMILOW, MAX .

........ AJI:uita, Ga. ... M Ollroe ...... M onfoe ____ .___ Lake Pr01:;dence

St'cond row: SMITH, ANN ..... ____ lPefl Mom' oe SMITH. BILLY ........... ............ ...... Lake Pro ll/dellCt! _. __ M o",路oe SMITH , CHARLES . ................. fP eJ"J Monroe SMITH , DUDLY JAMES.

First Row :

.. . .......... ... ... ................... ........... .Monroe

SMITH. KENNETH SMITH , ROBERT ....................... ....... .................. ........ WfJt M on roe

SMITH , SALLY ............. ....................... Monroe

SMOTHERS, DONALD ....... ~ .............................. .... .. Monroe

ST ARK. BILLy ..................................... _........ .... Lake Providflue STEW ART , JOE E. ........ .................... ............. ..... M onroe Second row: STRUBEN , MARTHA ................. .. fairbankJ

STUTSON. ELIZABETH ................... .. ....... .s,cily hland

SU J.LIVAN. JOHN L ........................ ...... Ra)'ville

SWANSON, CHARLES ......... .. ........................ .. ... T. 'Mah

TAYLOR , BARR \x' AYNE ..... .... _._.......... .... Do umJf:ille

TAYLOR , EARLEN E ..............______ ..............._......... ......Fer,-iday

Th ird cow : TEMPLE . RAy ........ TERRAL, JORDAN ... THIGPEN, WilLIAM THOMAS, WARREN THORNTON , JOHN THURMAN , CEC IL .................................... .

....... Rayville . .. DQrunJ viile

..Ta'h"ah ...... Chalhllm ........ SikeJ ...... Sici/y I S/lind

Home Economics Gub- Ca rol May, center seated, Presi路 dent.


First row : TI LLMA N. fREDERI CK TOWNLEY . RAY . TRAYLOR . FOY TRICH EL. DON

National Co nference- Charles Stova ll , righ(

..... .. M QRlo~ . ... M Olllot

BaJ/' (lP .M onroe

Second rOw : TURNER. CHARLES UPSHA 'W , EPSY .......... ... . VAUGHN. JAMES VINING , DARLENE

... M ONroe

... Farmen,.,J!e MONroe ... Al omoe

Firsl row: Oa£

VINING. TO M \'(/ALL, JUANITA Fi rst row: WOMAC EANETTE WOOD. ROY H .

M Ol11oi'

5u'«rl:. ... .. .. $t.flll op

WATTS . EMMA JO WEBB. JAMES

............. .

Second row: WELLS. PAT WEST, HILDA W ILBURN . DONN IE RAY WI LDER . CARL W ILKES . D ON W ILLIAM S, ELAINE ............. . Third row: WILLIAMS, JERRY WILSO N, ED WILSON, GAY LE WHITAKER. G A Y W HI TE, PAT W HITE, PATSY A.

e

.. .TJ'/101

WALSWORTH , JO A NN M Ol1lfJe

G'JOI

....... Winnrbo ro

WA LKER , DON ALD

.. . AJomot' 5 1M' IWe s/ fti OflJoe

.CollJmbltt ...... lA/ie

.... Delhj .... M onroe 51ml M vlHoe

........ IVi ,UHbo l 0 .Monroe .. .. .M ONroi'

....... Epp r M omoe . ..... BOj ,·o



We Acknowledge Our Genuine Feel ing

Of Friendship and Goodwill

Toward Those Building

Citizenship for a

Better World

THE BROWN PAPER MILL

COMPANY, INC.

MONROE, LOUISIANA

170


Congratulations, Class of '55

MONROE STEAM LAUNDRY

KEENE'S SHOE STORE 338 DeSiard St.

"An Institution for the Care of Fabrics"

Phone 3-4661

SERVING NO RTHEAST LOUI SIANA OVER 50 YEARS IN

MONROE, LA. DRY CLEAN ING -

LAUNDRY - RUG RENOVATING

436 South Grand St. MONROE, LA.

CRESCENT DRILLING CO., INC.

Oil and Gas Drilling

OUACHITA BANK BUILDING

MONROE, LOUISIANA

Dial 7191


Compliments and Best Wishes from

THE JAMES A. NOE STATIONS

KNOE

WNOE

Monroe, Louisiana 1390 on Your Dial 5,000 Watts Your NBC Station

New Orleans, Louisiana 1060 on Your Dial 50,000 Watts

KNOE-TV Channel 8 Monroe. Louisiana

230,000 Watts - CBS - TV, ABC - TV, NBC - TV, Dumont - TV Serving North Louisiana, South Arkansas, Northwest Mississippi

Jes' Fo' Fun


H. R. HAYES

LUMBER COMPANY

Our Best Wishes for the Future Guardians of Democracy WEST MONROE, LA.

Getting the Facts

LOCKHART SPORTS SHOP, INC.

F. STRAUSS & SON, INC.

Dial 3-1250 119 N. 2nd St.

2930 Commerce

Monroe. La.

Harmonizing sextet ?

Monroe. La .

173


MONROE, LOUISIANA

McCAI N-RICHARDS "Your Friendly Ford Dealer"

120 I Louisville Ave .

Monr<?,e, La.

CENTRAL

SAVINGS BANK

AND TRUST COMPANY

Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana "FOR 50 YEARS"

174

A time for everything


CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES

tlluachita Rssociation of jnsl1rance igents MONROE. LOUISIANA

Representing Only Capital Stock Fire dnd Casualty Insurance Companies

J.

Abington Insurance Agency

A.

Amman & Fluker, Inc. B. J. Breard Insurance Agency Wharton Brown Insurance Agency

M G M In,urance Agency McKenzie & Mouk McReynold, & Company

Cole & Leigh Colvin-Wilson Agency

Clyde C. Na,h, Generalln,urance

Gordon Cummings Insurance Agency

Robert C. Ervin Insurance Agency Farr Insurance Agency

Faulk & Fo,ter

L.

U. Fourmy Insurance Agency

Girault Insurance Agency Godfrey Insurance Agency George W. Guerriero Insurance Agency

Lester Insurance Agency

Montgomery Insurance Agency Luther Reed Insurance Agency Rodriguez Insurance Agency Seymour Insurance Agency Sherrouse Insurance Agency

Smith-Taylor In,urance Agency, Inc.

H. R. Speed In,urance Agency, Inc.

Alan F. Sugar

Taylor & Holme,

Humphries Insurance Agency

Trousdale Company, Inc.

Jackson I{lsurance Agency

Cha,. G. Wall, Jr. In,urance Agency

Stanley M. Wyatt, Agent

Sidney Kahn W. D. Kramer Insurance Agency

F.T.A. annual banquet finale as Pres. Frances DeLouche concludes: " until reunion."

17


Rock Hounds on the loose

Compliments of

Best of Luck to the Class of '55 from

SOUTHWEST

GAS PRODUCI NG

CO., INC.

1309 Louisville Avenue

HOWARD GRIFFIN Power Lawn Mowers

Outboard Motors - Harley Davidson

Motorcycles

Monroe, Louisiana

712 South Grand St.

Monroe, Louisiana

WEAKS SUPPLY COMPANY, LTO.

MONROE. LOUISIANA

(Affiliated With Weaks Supply Co.,' Inc.

Natchez, Miss.)

1"76


NEGLEY BAG & PAPER CO.

MANUFACTURERS

Standard and Variety Bags

~

V

Multiwall Shipping Sacks

WEST MONROE, LOUISIANA

SLAGLE - JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Wholesale and Retail LUMBER- BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIAL MILL WORK Monroe, Louisiana

DR. PEPPER BOTILING CO. Monroe, La.


Many Happy Reflections from

VIRGINIA

HOTEL

Monroe, La.

PITTSBURGH

PLATE GLASS

COMPANY

~ SCHOOL PICTURES, INC. 915 LOUISVILLE AVE. MONROE, LA.

The Complete Photographic Service Post Office Box 9163 Metairie Branch NEW ORLEANS 20, LOUISIANA

Compliments of a

FRIEND

178


There's nothing like giving

folks what they want

t

day'S students will head tomorrow's families. To make the homes of the future as comfortable and convenient as the homes you enjoy today, natural gas will be at your service, always prepared to create a higher standard of living for more and more people.

UNI...ED GAS I

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OUACHITA COCA-COLA

BOITLING COMPANY

Monroe, La.

Pausin , Coolin

and Refreshing


Davy Crockett )

Und er the coo! pines.

Cheese'


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1955 Chacahoula