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CHACAHOULA 1933


ELSIE AULDS Edito r-in -Chief

HOWARD GRIFFIN Bus iness Manager

THELMA HARGUS Art Editor

BRUCE H. REDDITT Faculty Adviser


The CHACAHOULA 1933 VOLUM~

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Published by the Senior Class

of OUACHITA JUNIOR COLLEGE M O NRO E, LOU ISIANA (


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FOR~WORD

As you turn through the pages of this book, may there be recalled the fleeting days yo u spent at Ouachita Juni or College. . . . The Chaca houla Staff e ndeavors to portray our coll ege life, with the hope that, in yea rs to come, you may derive pleasure From having

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CONTENTS Administration Class Adivities Athletics Features

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Dt=DICATION As an humble expression of our appreciation of his tireless eFFort and culminating success in the establishment of this college, and as an evidence of the ~steem with which he is held, the staH of the Chacahoula respectfully dedicates this, the first volt/me, to

T. O. BROWN


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C.C. COLVERT PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEG E

T. O. BROWN SUPER IN TENDENT O F

PUBLIC EDUCATION

OUACHITA PARISH

DOROTHY WROTEN REGISTRAR

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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

The age in which we live demands every ounce

of

our

and spiritual strength . College

has

for

its

development of each

physical,

men~al ,

Ouachita Junior aims

the fullest

of her students

in all three of these abilities. I sincerely hope that each graduate a nd each of the other stud ents of t his insl::il:ul::ion

will si::rive always to atl::ain

higher standards, purposes, and idea ls.

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C. COLVERT

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GRADY C. ALBRITTON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. P H"Y S ICS AND CHEMISTRY

8. S" M .S , ,Louisiana State Um\"e\"~ity l: PII.D . fUm­ 1i e r Slty of North Cafolil1.l.1. IIdember Alpha C hi Sigma :.lnd S lg mll C IIl (honorary,; Amerlcan C he micn l SOCltt,~·. F'onllel'!Y Instructor. Texas A. & M. L. S. U , Umver­ s it)· o{ Nonh Cal'Ol ma.

ESTHER FRANCES BARNETT, A.B. , A .M. ENGLISH AND S PANISH

A . fl.

I J a mel' j\:h lilkin U nl\'cniLy.;

A.M.

'Unh'e ~ sl l y

of

l ill nol$. Member S igma Dell a PI .honoror y S pa nis h ,; MotJe r n Lang:.tA.ge Assoc ia tio n 01 Amenca. f'ormer ly InslI' nc tor Colle) .J umor College, Ne\'ada. M II;CO UrI: Mtlf p hr H ig h SchQOI. Mo bi le, Aillballl:\,

ELIZABETH EASON BIEDENHARN, A.B. LJBRARIAN

,\ .D . I Unlllen:ity o f M ls.si&SI]lJ)ll: Crom GeOT(;e Peabody Coll ege .

L Ibrary

Cenlr1cale

PIERRE VALMONT BLANCHARD VOICE

Pl,mo With Aimee Nores Edward Pou l1: olHl. Ru dolp h C \ler~o: Vr'ce wllh Henrt Soum es, Feodo r Co.m tns. Dr AnI1U l" J. Cla,"~r,ce, and Dudl e~' Buc k ; O I":ll n Wit h F er<llllflnd Dunkley aud Dudle} Bllch:. M c m b~r of Am erica n GUI ld o r Orgulllst... ; O r ganist, Fi rst. B:aptis t Chu r ch, S h r c vc::>on; In6tnlc lo r. org o. n . Dod d Co tt l'ge; Directorate. S h revepor l Symphon y Orches tl":l.

MARY HARRISON CLA Y, A.B ., B.S. LIBR ARIAN

College'; B.S 1t)1ll \'enlly of 1ll!ll01~1: G r aduate S~uct,. , Columbia UnlyerSlty and Un iverSity or I ll inois . Memher American Llbnr), ASSOcIA tion. LO UIS Ia na Llbrar ~' A",~ocHI Uo n. Specul.! Llb ..... rte$ Ar,so· ci:"l t :O!l. L Ibrar y ASSistan t, Al a Oll tn o. Po!y tech nLl: I n~tJ · t ule, Aubu r n, A!sbil.llla, and Unl\'el'5l t )' o r I IIIIl01S. A B.

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C. C. COLVERT, B.S.E .. M.S. PR.E.!:;IDE.NT. AND PROFESSO R O F PSY C HOLOG Y

B S.E.. M.S. 'Unh-er~ lt.) of Arka.nSl\sl. Membe r K OI) P:l Delt:l P I. F ormer ly De a n . Centrn! Collere, Con';l,'ay. AI'l<II11sns.


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WILMA B. FRISBIE, B. Mu s. VI O LIN AND PUBLIC SCHOO L M US I C B.

Mus.

iOt'pMI W Un lv ef.'Ht)"I.

Po.~ t ·gl"aduj\te

Stud}'.

Ulll veult:r: Vlolln wI th Andre P:).scal. .Par Is. France, Member 11.1 1) P hl Eps!lO !l (honOl"ary m USIC !

Nonhll.·es~e r n

a nd Alp ha PilI. Fo rm e r ly t eacher of v io lin a nd publ iC school m US IC, Ea r lha m College a n d U nn"er sH y of Wyom in g.

ROGER C. F RISBIE, B. Mu s. DIRECTOR. OF CONSERVATORY B . :\1us, ,Nor t hwestern U m"erli l t y ): Post _g r aduate Study. North'''-esl.er n Ullu'e r:H Ly and D e Pa ull.- Un i\'erslty: O r g a n

Wi th Ma rcel D upre, Par is, France; Member Amcnc a n Gulld or Qr gli n l s U" PhI Ka ppa L:l,mb<i a ,honorary UlUS1Cl. Formerly Pro JC$SOI ot O rga n . Pia no , and Tlieory, U n lVe l' SJ ey of Wyom\(\g" Direc tor. Monroe Chor a l Clu b,

Ilnd

Q r g9 nis l , G r ace

EI ) is copal

Churc h .

Momoe, LOu\;\I3,n a .

DOROTHY lI1ENGIS GRANT, B. Des. PliYS I CAL EDUCATI ON AND ART

B. Des.

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I Sop hl e -N~ '>I c omb

CoLLes-e ) .

WILLI AM R. HAMMOND. A.B., -"LA . HIST O RY , ECO NO MICS ANO SOCI OLOGY A.S . fWeSLe r n K entuc Ky S t nte College ' : M .A . • George p eabody Collese} . Fol'merly Pr inCipal, » Ieade COllnty l'J Jgh Sch ool. B I'l\nd cnberlj:. K y.

E. LOWRY JEFFERSON DIRECTOR OF THE B AND CmCll'. nat) Consc r vatory o f l\'I u~ l c; ChIcago Consen'ato r y MUSH,; Ullltt.d States Arm y Coil ese, Was hington, D . C,; D U'ectol' of 1 5~t h In lun tr y U . S Na lloll[l l Guard B :\II O, Mo nToe F Ife D ep tlrlm enc B nn d , nnd Boys' Muni­ CI pal D:.ncl, l\Ioni'oe. Lo Ull;I:)lul.. 0[

J. P A UL KEMERER, B.S. M.A. ECONO MICS, PH YS ICA L EDUCATIO N.

PO LITICAL SCIENCE

B .S.

(West Vlr lflllLt:I

We31ey::. n College I : M A. ( Penn­ t.t embn Acadcm)' o r Poil~lca l Academ:' or Poil tlC!l! an d SocIa l

syl\'anla S i nt e Collegel.

Science, Aro91'Icn fl SCHwce. Delta T au Delta. Formerl~' Abl5t.:lnt in P hys ­ ica l E(hICa t lo n . Pen:lsyh'allla SL:lte College.

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ANNE CORINNE MARSHALL, B.Sc., A.M. B IOLOGY

EI Se. (Den ison UllLVtTSlot l : .... . M .OhIO S~ate Unl ve r· slty ' , Melllber Sigma Delta EpSilon Ilion onu.Y S¢len­ ~ ifle l : AJ'P h~ Phl. Forme rl y lns tl'u c t,or, McCook J\1nlOf College, McCook, Nebrasl,;,a .

ROBERT ORRELL MOHHlSON, B.Sc. ENGlr.;EERtNO

D.Sc. (OhIO St:l.te Um "el"!;ityl; Mem ber Amer ica n Socle ~y o f C j,,11 Englnee,'s; De lta K a ppa. E:p~ ilon . For merly On'l!ion Eng ;neer, Missou r i Paci fic R fli lr Olld : CIty EngLI\eer, Monroe, LoUISIana: Pa r lbh Highway Eno; llleer, OU:lchUa Par is h : Resident Engineer , Flo r ub. Enst Coast R lu \ ro;\ d; Assls l ant Eng in ee r , Pe n n s~' h' IUlICl R a ilrOad .

AMA LEE NUL L, B.A., AJ\:L FREN CH

B.A. 'Unn'erbity of Char.l.anoag al: "' .M. ' Oeorge Pen ­ bodr College I : Membe r Alpha (honoraryl, For me,'ly at Marth a Washin gton CoUege. Fonne rl .'!' Pr. relilio r of F r e n ch aml Spanish, Onac hlta Junior College.

BESS CHIDE R PENICK A.B., A,M. ENGLIS H IUnh'ers!ly of OkJahOll1 a); A .M . i O nl .. ers lt~· or Ma r )Jn nd, . Fonnerl,v Instru ctor In Ell$lIsh a t Unll'er ­ to lt y of Mlt ry la n d . Un lve l Sl\..)· ot W~'oml n g, S t.ale T each ­ ers' College o f Flonnce, Alab a m a. A.B.

BRU CE H AMPTON HEDDITT. A.B .. A.M. M.ATHEJo.1ATI CS A.B. (Ran do lp h - Macon College I ; A.M. (J o hns Hop):.lns Unt VCT6l t y l ; Me:nber Mathe nln ti cnJ ASSOCia tio n of J\merlcn; K a ppa Sigma. Former ly Inlilr ucLOl', R a lJdo lp h­ Macon Acad emy. FrOIlL Ro yO-I. V irg in ia; Wn s hUl gl on an d Lee UI)I\'er blly ; Ealt. II1'1Ote p ol)·technlc l'n stltute; J oh n s H o pkms Un;ver s ity; Lebtll10 n VnHe y Collel!e; Kenyon College.

FHELLSEN F . SMITH, A.B.. A.M. ENG LISH A ND H1STQRY A B. ILo ul slanll Polytec hn iC t ns l \lroJ,. 'te): A .M . ( Uni ve r s ity of Texa~): G r a duate S tud y. H9J"v~ Un lvenl ty. Form­ e r ly I nstructor, S imsboro H igh School, S ims boro, Lou1~lana. lion :! Wa l'n e r Mem orial College, E astland. TexQ,s.


DORIS N ANCY TURNER, A.B., A.M. GEOGRA PHY AN D H IS T ORY

A.B . rD rury College ·; A. M . (Col u m b ia Un i ve r ~ l ty ) ; G r~d · ua ~e S t udy. Unln~ nH L ies o r Colorado a n d Ch icago . M~Dl b'l1" Pi Go ou n o. Mu For merly !nst.ruel.().f in H:SLOt y, La tA.yeUt HISh School. st. Josep h , M issou ri .

ROS A CORNELIA VEAL. A.B., A.M. P~YC HOLOG Y

AN D

E D UCATI ON

A .8 . • WmU u'o\) Colle ge ); A .M. (George Peltbod y Coi ­ le;;e , . Fo rm e rly Th ir d Gr ade Supervisor, StD.!.e Te ne l, ­ V irginia: T hh'd G I'3de e r s' College. H il.r r lSOflb UI'g,

De mOIl!ot rdiOIl

Teacher,

Wome n , C r ce n soo ro,

N~r th

Norlh

Ca roilna

l or

Co llege

Ca r olina .

KATHRYN tvI. WOLFE, A.B ., A.M. BIOLOGY A ND CH EMJS TRY A.S.,

A .M.

O h IO S t a t e

(UmverSltl U nl vel"s i ~ y;

o f Ka n:o;as . ; G r ad uate St ud y, Memb e r The A mer ic :m Che ml c.. 1

socie t y, l ot.L~ S~ m ::. Pi !h ono ra r y C he mis~r y l. F'or me rly Head o f Oepfu tm c nt o f Chem is t q'. G:\II O\Y 3)" Wo me tl'! College , Sea rc y, A r ka n s ns.

DOROTH Y YOUNS E, A.B., A.M. ENGL IS H ..... . B (Lo u lslo nQ poly le c')l}ic lns t it u te ); A .M. Coll ege, Columblll. l)ni \'ersi l y )

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MRS. J. PA UL KE ME RER, B.S. MANAGEH OF T H E COLLEG E Il)nll"ersll.)·

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Ke n Luc ky )

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Member

STOR.E Alp ha

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De lta.

MRS. H AROLD A. MOUK, B.S. CAPETERIA DI ETI TIAN

Po l:,. tecllllic l!)s titllte ) : Die tet ies. \'eulLy o t Ch icago.

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EVELYN ALBRIGHT Wome n 'S At bletlc As so chl.t io n "33: Y Club ' 32: H Js l,or y Clu b ' 33 .

FRED

Bastrop W . C. II . ':)2, '33 : Clee

A~L\'lAN

Monroe

l ntfll mur a l B as ket.ball '33; S cie n ce Club 'J3 . Sprlllgtl1ll Colleg e, S p r !nglu ll. Alflb flln a .

EDITH ANTHONY

F or m erl.I' 3t

Monroe

Women's Atb le tlc ASoSocjat ioll "32, '33: Y. W C. A. ")2: G lee Club "32. '33: D ra m a~l c s Clu b "J). Fo rrnnl y a L Loul5llln!l. SlnLe Norulal, Na.tch itoche s : L he r a r y SocIety. Pre&s Club, C lee Club, Chor:; 1 CIllb, W . A . A .. Y . W . C /I. .

FLOY ANTLEY

P oin t

WOmen 's At h le t lc ASSOCiation '32, .Tre;' SlIl"e n '33; T e nn iS ')2; Ba s ke tba.ll ' J2 : Y . W . C . A. '32, '33 : Glee Club ') 2, 'JJ. Onm a tJcs C lu b ' 32, ' J] : B ilo w f )路 Club '33.

JEWELL ASHLEY

Monroe

Y . W . C. A . ' 32 ; G lee Club '32, "J3.

ELSIE AuLDS

West Monroe

WOm e ll ', Ath lE~t lC Associ a l,lon '3 2. ' ) 3: t nl. r~ mtlrnl D u ke t . b ~ 1l '32; F ie ld 3 nd H a ck ' 32; y , W, C, II, '32; .Vlee路Pres l颅 dent,l '33; G lee Cl ub '32; Honor Schol as tic Soc,e l,y '32, '33; HIs t o r y C lub , '32 : La Soc lc jo.d Cervn nl,es ,P r e&ld ent) ' 33 ; E:1i ro r- ln - Cll id Tbe Cloac3loouln ' 33,

VIRGI NIA BALDWIN

.\ionroe

y , w, C A. ' 12; DlII. m s tie8 Club '32, For m er;)'.,1 1..oulsI811'. S t atf: Norm a l. Natc.hltocbes, Stlmmer ' 31.

STEPHEN D. BALLARD M a themll.l,lCS Club ' 32.

Monroe

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ROSS BANISTER

Monroe

Y. M. C. A. ' J3; Gl~ Cilib. ' 3 3; DraMa tI CS Clu b, ' 3'2, '33; Le (;erele F ranc ais ' 32. '3~; }li~ tor y Club ' 32, '33: BUl\ lIless MAn ageI', The Po " - WOU' '33.

EUNICE ELIZABETH BATES

Wi sne r

Sc ience Cl ub ' J3 ; }{lsl.o ry C lub ')3 : L~ Socie j nd C ervantes 'J ) , F o rm erly nt Dodd Colle g e, Shrenport, ')2: At hl e~ lc ASSOC ia ti o n ,

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Monroe

BYRON BA Yi<E

BlIml '33; Y. M. C. A. '33 ; D.. a m~ Ucs Club '32; SClence Club ' J2. '33; Lc Cercle Frnn c~Hs 'J3 ; Ma l hemalics Club 'n; T b ~ Ch:Ullboub S ta fJ ' 33.

Shrevepor t

FRED BECKETT

}'oot ball '33; l n Lr:;II!t'Jra: 8asJo:elbp. 1I '33, Vanity Club '3J ; Y. M. C . l\.. ' 32, ')3: GL ee Club '32, '33: Dra ma tics Club '32, ' 33; Sc ience Cl ub '33 ; Le Cerc le Fl'ancals '32, '33 ; H ls lor y C lub 'J]: Mfl.themRtlcS CLub ' J2.

WALTER CLAYT ON BEESON

West Monroe C. C. BELL, Jr.

West Monroe

ACHSAH BELT

West Monroe

Y. W. C. A. '32, Tl; Honol' Scholn.sHc Soc ietr '32; ,PI-ts1. d en LJ ' )3; Hi.bLor ), Clu b '32; Til e

C h ac~bo ula

S Laf( 'J)

Monroe

RUBY BENOIT Wom en's ALhl! I IC

A ssoc l a ~ lo n

'33: L e Cerc1e FnOC RI$ 'J;,

Mon roe

ARA BENTON

'.,vomen's At hle tic Associatio n '32; Y. W. C. A. ' 32; Glee Club '32; DO'.m,alics Clu\) '32. ,Pre~!den t' '33.

Monroe

MARY BERGEVIN Otnmalics ClU b '32 ; Le Cercle Fra ncals ' 33 ,

CEC1L W. BIGGS

Crowd lle

Y. M. C. A. '32. ';:3; M n UlemntlC$ Club 'J2, '33.

HARRY BLACKSTOCK I ntrl\ml.lJ' al B u.!.k.etba :1 ' )3.

Sterlington


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GEORGE B OLTO N

Rayv ille

H Isto r y Clu!> '33.

KATIE BOUGHTON Wotn en'~

Athl e ti c Clee Clllb ' ]3.

BYRON

R.

AssoC Iation

Bastrop ']2;

BREARD

Y.

W . C . A.

'32,

'33;

Monroe

SCIence C lub .Sec r eta r YJ ' )2, ' 33; Le Cerclc P unta ]s '32 ; ~fIlt h ema.tics '32, '33: T he Poa'-Wow Sta.rr '32.

GEORGE BREARD

Monroe

OrnulatlC$ C lub '32. '33 ; Science C lub '32, 'J3: L e Cerc1e F','anc:u s ' ]<1 , '33 ; Ma ~hemfl,tll~S Club ' 32; The Pow -\\: u" S ~a H ' 32.

TROUARD A . BREARD

Nlonroe

Bas.ketb all '3 2' : Glee Clu b ' ::2, ' J3; Hi sto r }" Chlb Mathemat!CII Club '32' ; Lo. Soc iednd Ce r vantes '33.

E LEONA M. BRINSMADE

'32, ' ]3;

Monroe

Y. W. C A. '3 2. IPrc$ident) '33 : Glee Club '32, ' J3 ; Ora. n1a~ICS Club ' J 2, 'n . HI5 lory Club '33 : Tbe Po w路 Wow 51 3([ '32. IAdvertlll01l Ma n llgtll ' 33 FornH~ rl.v a l. Athens Coll ege, A~h ens, Al abRl"a. ::2 ; A~lS tan~ Ad\路erlll!ilng Ma n:l.get' Tb e Crow 's Nes t . C lee C lub , ITreasurer} Spa nish C luh

WILMA BRITTON

Monroe

Bas ketbn ll, ' J2 ; Vo lley ball '33 ; Y . W. C . A. '32. ' J3; G lee Club '32, '3,) ; Drama. tl cs C lu b '32, ':Jl : Hls lor y C lub '33.

HAZELDEAN BROOKS

Mo nroe

Rl s tor )" C lub ' 33 . Yor me rl y at Arkansas S~3.te Teach ers' College, Conway . Arkans as, '3 2 ; y , W. C . A" li l$tor y C lub, F re nc: h C luh, Hik lnK C lub ,

ER~EST

BROSS EIT

B Olld '32 , '33; Y . M. C

West Monroe

A. '32 , '33; Ma. themat lc s Club ' 32.

MILDRED BROWNLEE

West Monroe

Y. W . C . A. '32 : Oran!atks Club '32 ; Science C lu b ' 33; L ;l, Sotiedad Cerva.ntes ' 33.


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GEORGE A. B RUCE

l\lonroe

SCience C lub -32, '33; M a l hem a llcs Club '32, '33.

AR A ELIZABETH BRUECK

Monr oe

OIl!>ketba lJ '32; Pield a nd Track ' 32, '33 ; y, W , C, A. ' ~2, ' 3:1 ; G lee Club '32, '33; Qua.-te t ' 33 ; T rJo '33 ; H onor Sch o l.'1s!,lc Soc iety ')2, ' J 3 ; Le Cerrle Prfl,n cil.lS ' 32, ')3: Ma lh e mal,\cs Club ,Sec r eury-T r ea su rer l '32, ' 33 : Tb", Ch :'\ca hl'lulll S~a fl '33,

GEORGE S. BUCKNER

Monroe

y , M . C , A , ')2, '33; Seit-o ce C lub '3 2, ')) ; Tbe Cbau houl R Staft ' 33.

FRANK A. CAIN

Rayville

Y . M . C. A '32, ')3; alee Club ' 32, ' 33 : H o n o r Sch ol :u~lc Society ' 32, ' 33; Science Club 'J'Z, '33; Mdhe llu.tlcs C lU b 'n , '33 ,

CHARLES JOSEPH CASCIO

Monroe

Y. M . C. A. '32:, '33: G le e Cl ub '32, ')3 ; DralO flt l c6 Club '32, '33: SC ie nc e Club '32, ' 33 ;

M ,'1~h e rn otlc5

EDITH CHILDERS

Cl ub '32, 'J3.

Gilbert

Women 'S Athle ti c ASSO c\O LiOU '32 : Track ' 32; Y . W . C , A . '33; ScIen ce Cl ub '3 2.

CHRISTINE CLOWERS

West Monroe

Bas ketball '32: Volleyba ll '33; y , W . C. A, '32, ')3: G lee C lu b ' 32, '33: H istory Club '33.

ALTA LOUISE COATES

Bastrop

y, W , C . A. 'J3; Gl ee Club '32. ' 33,

ALFRED T. COON

West Monr oe

Ma l.h e m:HlCS Clu b ' J2 , ')3,

MILDRED COURSON

Monroe

Y. W. C. A. '32: G lee Club '33; Science Club ' 32; H istor y Club '3J.


.足 CECILE CROWELL

Eros

Wo men's ALh Let ic ,\SSOcidtlon '32. '33, Track '32: Y . W. C . A.

"33: Clee Cl u b "32, ' 33: HIH.or y Club ' J 3

J. W. CU NNINGHAM

AIonroe

HOll or Schola stic 5t:ICIP.t.I' '3 2, '33: Drama ti c.!> Club '32:

ScIe n ce Club '33, "33; ASSocl at,e Editor, TlIe PO\l" Wow '32 .

J::dllor-m-ChLe J '33: The Ch :1.cahouJa StaH '33.

VIRGINIA CUTLER

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Delhi

v . W. C. A. '33.

HAROLD DENNIS

Monroe

Poot baH '32; B:l.s kc~b'lI '32: Pu b lic i ty Mll.n ager. footb3, 11 "3 3; Vn,ulty Club '31. '33 ; Dra ma tIcs Club ' 32, IT rtILSurero '33.

;VULDRED DENN IS Wom en's Ath\ el.ic A ssodat l()n '32; Y

Monroe W. C

A . '32. ' 33; C l ee

C lub 'Pl'es!dentj '32. '3J, HOllo r Scholllstlc SOclct)' '32, '3J;

DranJu ~lc.s Clu b ' 32, '33: Scie nce Club ' J2 ; H istory Club '33;

1'he Pow- W o"" Starr '32; ' Ass istan t A.av er t !.sl ng iI.'l llnage r l "33.

MARGARET DILL

Mo n ro~

WO Ul e n 'S Ath ie! ie A!lsoci a Llo n '32; Scleu ce Clu b '32, '::3.

Fo rm erly at LOU ISIa na Polytechnic I nst itu te. Ruston, ' 31;

Fre nch Clu b,

GEORGE O. DOOLEY

Monroe

Women's Athl ~ L 1C Assucia llon (Pre$ ldent l ']2, rVlce-Pre;s l足 d enll '33: y , w, C , A. '3]; Drarna tl cs Club ']?; H.ls lo TY Club '32, ' ] 3: Mathe m a tics Club '32, '33.

LOIS DOWNES

We st Monroe

Athl etIC ASSOCia tIOn '32, '33; Fie ld '32; Bukctba lJ '32 ; Science Club '33 ; L e Cercle F ramalS '33 \Vom eL\ ' ~

MARIAN CAMILLE DURDEN

}lonroe

MRS. WILMA SCARBOROUGH DYER Swartz Y. W C. A . '33 : H o nor Schola;, llc Socie ty ' ll: Club '32: H tsto ry C lub ' J3.

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T. J . ELDRIDGE' Y

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C. A,

·~Z,

'33;

D r :lml\ ~ lc!.

Fair banks Club '32.

DELBERT EVANS

MonrOe

Drnrna llcs Clu b '32. ' 33: Le Cercle Fra ocn l:s '32, '33: H ui<;;ry Club '32: BUS l!1eMi Mnn~s:cr, Tbe Pu w.Wow y , M. C

'33; S~a f!

A.

'~ 3 ,

Secl"ctH ) '33.

o(

t. he Se'llo r

Cl:.l~.~

GEORGE A. EVANS y , ~{ , C. Cil ib '33.

A.

'3J;

'33: 1.' b"

Cll oC"abotl [a

West Monroe

Dn.mM!c!. Club '32, ' 33: Mo Lh e ma tlU

J. RUSSELL FERGUSON

ylollroe

y, i'L C . A , '33; H onor Schola soc Societ}' matics C lu b '32, ·J3.

'n,

HAROLD FINK n aseoall 'J3, SCleru,;e Cl u b '32; Lc

'33 ; Ma t he­

Monroe Ctrc ~e

F r a nu l~

ESTHER ELIZABETH FRIZZELL

'3 2,

Monroe

Wom'e n ' S A t hl et IC A ~SOC la llOll '32, '33: Tn, e k ' 32; Y . W , C. A . 'lJ: Hon or Scl\ola ~ t lc Soc tel 'J '3 2, ':ll, D I·o. m3tICJ5 CI\l b '32; SCIe nce Clue ' 33, L.e Cercte Fra ncais '32. ':!3 , H ISt o r )' ChI ;) ' 3:.'. 33, La S ocle(\(I,d Cenl\nlCS ' J3; Th e Chlt.cab,ou l(1, EHa! f

'33.

CLIFTON FURLOW

West Monro"

Y. 111, C, A, '32, '3~ ; D r a m a t iCS Cl ub '32, '33: Hlsto,,)' Club '32, '33; "Thc T>nw-W" IV S i nH '33,

ARCHIE R. GILLILAND B:oseOil l! '32: Y . M, C. A '32, 'Jl;

O. HENRY GILLILAND Ba ske~bnl!

Calh oun Mu h e m ~ t lC5

C bb '32,

Monroe

'32, '33 , Easebu lJ '32, '33: G lee C lull '3 2: Mtn ht­

IU:Hlc" C hlb '32, '33.

HOWARD GRIFFIN

Monroe

Y M . C. A , ' :12, ' JJ; Drama. tie~ Clu b ')2, '33: Scif:n ce Club '33 : fA C<'Tcle f'ranc a. 'l; '32: HlSlo r )' C lub ' 33; EdIlO f ~ m­ ChIe f, Th e PfI".WO"' ' 32: As,wc hue F.d l1o r '33: ?h()togra ph le £ :1>tOl" n od B l.iS JI1C ~S M!!j\a ~e r , The Ch a ea.b,ou! :l '3:S .


Mom oe

JOY GRIFFING

Y . W . C. A. '33 ; Glee C lub "33 ; T r io '33; F'1'ench Cl ub '33. Forme rl y at V!rg lIlia In ter mon t, Bristol . VIt'&'mlll, '32, Glee Club, Annua l StafC, De baUn!! Tellm .

DOR OTHY GUERRIERO

Monroe

Wo m en 's At hlellc Assocmt lon ' 33 ; Y. \V. C. A. '32; Socledlld Cervantes '33 : PreSIdent of t he Junior Cl ass

SALLIE MAE GUESS

La ' ]'2 .

Wes t Monroe

y , W . C. A. "32; History C lu h '33.

SARA HAM MONS WonU'! D'S

At~let l(:

AU oclaUon

West Monroe ' ]2,

' 33.

Y.

W.

C.

A.

']2,

l T r easurer! '33; G lee Club ' 32, "33 ; Dra lJl atlcs Club ' 33: Le Cercle F'ranc:us ' 32; Histoo- Club '32. '33.

Swartz

ELSIE HAR E Yolley bu U '33.

Formerly a t LoU l$I:l.1H1 Poly lec h lllc I n5t lhlte,

R uston: W. A. A.

THELMA HARGUS

Monroe

Wome n' s A th le llc Assocla tlon ' 32, "33: Y. 'Ii C. A. ' Secr ~· tll r }' 1 ' )2, ';)3: Glee Club '32. '33: QU3rte t ' )3 : Tno '33: 01'''' . m a t les Club '32, ' 33 : The Po ..' ·W (l~· SLart ')2: Art EdItOr. r h~ Chn c:"l.noulll '33.

KATIE HARPER Women's '32. '33.

A~hl e tlc

ASSocla tion

West Monroe '32.

EMMA LOU HART

' 33;

Dr a m atic!

Club

West Monroe

Y . W . C. A. '3 2: C lee C lu b '32, '33.

WILLI E O. HERRING

West Monroe

Y. W . C. A ']3: His lor y Club '32, ' 13

JUNE HODGE

Calhoun

\...·orr.en·" A t hletI C .... sSOclat io.o '32 . C h e er L eade ,· '33 : Flel o1 '32: Olce Club ' 32 : T rio ' 32; DramatIcs Clu b '32. 33: L<.o Cel"cle F rllncnl~ '32 : Mll,lhemal lc$ Club '32

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DARREL HOLT

'Monroe

In t rnmurnl B ~~ s ke~b ::d l ' 33; B oxing '33; D ra m Rt lcs Clu b '33 ; L~ Cercl e Pmnctlis '33,

EVELYN H UEY

?vIonroe

tlll.ram ur al Da.s ke t ba H ' 32 ; Bas c\al! ' 32 ; F ield a n d Tra clc; ' J2; y w . C. A, '32 . '33 ; SC Ie nce Club '32, ' ] 3 : La. Socie d l\d Ce r vlm~u '33,

DA VID M, HU NT

West Monroe

Ba nd ']3, y , M , C, A . ' 32, ' J3 ; Honol" Sch oliln l c Soc let)'

' J);

Sdence Clu b '32, '] 3,

HAROLD H UNT

Monroe

DlI.Skdba ll '32. ' 33 : Va rlHt y Club ' 32, '33: B o n d ' 33: Y. M . C. A. ' 32, ' 33; Science Cluo ' 32. '3 3; Ma the mll~l ta C h lo '32, 'J]: Th e POW,WIII" S ~aU ' 32.

LU CILLE HYDE

Monroe

A Lhl e Llc Assoc ill uo n ']2: Y. W , C. A, ' ] 2: Secr t Lur y of lhe J unlor Cla ss '3 2. W o men' ~

CHARLES JA COB

Bas trop

f'uot ba ll '32 : Intra mur a l B as ke tb a ll ' )2 , 'J3 ; y , M . C. A. ")2 ; O IK Clu b '32, ']3,

INEZ J OHNSON

Cha se

Women's Ath let iC As.socla tlO n ']2 ; y , W , C, A. '3 2, '33. Cilee Club '32, '33.

MARY LOUISE JOHNSON Wo me n's

A lhle ~I C

Monroe

As.sociatlo n '32: H lstory C lu b '3 2, '3].

BYRON WAYNE JOHNSON

Monroe

y , M , C , A, '33: Hono r Scboln.stlc S OCiet y ' 32, ' 33; 8elen oe Club '32: H ls to r~' Club '32 : 'rne l'ow-Wo .., St.n,f{ '33,

W, FOSTER JOHNSON

Wes t. Monroe

POI'm e l'l), a t Leake County JUn Ior Colle ge, CMtbaa:e, M IS' a;isslpp l ; Foo t buU '30. '3 1.

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J . F. JONES, Jr.

Wes t Monroe

B a seball 'J3 : B a nd ISecr e~ar}- 路Tr easurel') ' 32 "J3 ; Y. M C. A. '32, "33: Sc lt!llce Clu b 'J3: Mnthemtlt lcs Cluo '32,

IF I' E:Sldent , '33.

ONA .JONES

Gali on

Wome n 's Athlet ic Associa t,\on '32, '33 : B as ke tball "32. Bas(' 颅 ball "32 ; Field and Tnck '3'2: Vollerba ll ':.\3 ', Y . W. C A '32. 'J).

MADELINE KELLY

~1onroe

WOmEn's Ath le llc ASSOclat io n '32: Hustory C lub '32. '33.

DAGRICE KIRK

Menroe

Ti"ac k 'J2; D..-amaLtcs Club "32 : La Soc led ad Ce n '& l1 les ' 3).

MARGUERITE KIRKPATRICK W est .Monroe Y. W . C. A. "J] : H l&tor y Cl ub "33.

LILA MAE KRICHBAUM

Mon roe

G lee C lub ')2. ' 33 : T.r lo "3 2; Double Quartet '33 , O\"am(l~ i c "

C lub "J2 . Fo rme rl r a t Ark a n s as S tate T each ers" College,

Conw,lY, Arknns ns.

WILLI E LEE LAING Y

W. C

Swa rtz

A. "32. Lc Cerc le P ranc:J. is ' J] .

JAMES LARKAN

Monroe

Y. ~. C. A. ' 32, >J 3; Honor SCholul lC SocIety ')3 , Dra 路

nl:a.ttC$ C lub '3:). HJs t ory C lub '33: Thf; PO"'- Wow S tarr ' 33.

Formerly at Arl(!l.ns:ls Polylecll11i c Colles-e, Ru sse ll ville. Am,

DOROTHY LEWMAN

Monroe

.:\1at he ma tl c& C lu b '32.

OLIVE L USK

West Monroe

Wom e n 's A thlet.ic A~SOCJatlon '33 , Y. W. C A . ' 33; Glee

Cl ub '32 : Honor Scholastic Society ':)2, 'J3; Le Ce l'c'c

Fnmco. ls '33

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MARJORlE McBRIDE Track '3 2 ; Cheer Leader '32: Y

Bastr op W . C. A. ' 32. '33 : 01 "'("

Clu b '3 2. '33 : Qua. r t et ' 33 ; T no '33. Due t '33: C lub '32, The P Ow.Wo .... S la ff ' 3 2.

VIOLA McCARTY

Ornro ll. l! c.~

Monroe

BMl(etlla ll ' J2; B aseb n!! '32 ; T r ack a nd Field '32; VOlh!yl) rt ll.

'33.

HELEN McCORMICK

Wes t Monroe

W o m en ' s Alhle~IC A$SOC 1:ltion '32, ,Pr ts Ld entl ')3: L a SOCle. l1a.d CC n" 1l111e$ '33.

ELSIE MAE McDUFF G lee

C]\l b

West Monroe

'32: D r arontlts Club '32.

PERCY McDANELL Scie n ce Cl ub

')3 .

' Vest Monr oe

Le Cercle Frn ncnls '32: HI story C lu b '1 :.1 ,

'33 : Ma~hem!l,!.IC! Cl ub '3 2.

MA URICE McKINNEY

Delhi

MA URENE MARONEY

1I10nroe

Fiel j '32: B :1skt l.bil.lI '32: B ase ba ll 'JZ : T .- nck ' 32.

BEULAH VIRGIN IA MARTIN

Monroe

Bils ketil{ll\ '32, F .t-Id 'J2; H isto ry C lub ':.13.

PAUL FLEMON MARTIN

Monroe

Foo tba ll '32. ',13, Basketba ll ' 32: I nt ramural Bas ket bt\1I '33: VarSity Clu b '32. ' 33; Y. M. C. A. '32, ')3: Science Club '3): HI.~ I .o r )' C luh ' 32; S p or t;; Editor 01 The Pow- W r",' '32., ']3; The Cnllcalloula S M1.f( ')J.

ANNE MICKEL Women's

Ath le~lr.

Nlonro e

AS $OC ln t iOll 'J2 ; Y. W. C. A. IP l"eSlCle nt l 'n , 'J); Hono r Schol:utlc SoCIe ty ' )2, '3); Dromal lcs ' 32. ']3 ; SClellce C lu b '32; Tbe Po w - Wo w Stn fr ')2, ' J)

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FREEDA MICKEL

Monroe

Wome n ' s Athlet IC' Assocm tion ')2 ; Y . W. C . ... . ' 32. ' 33 , H onor Sc ho lnsLlc Soc lety ')2. '33 : Dra ma.t lCS C lub "32. "3 3: S C 1~nce Clu b '32 ; 'l' h~ p l)\~. Ir\路ow S t a ir ' 3:1. '33 .

Sterlington

THOMAS F . lI1lLFORD SCIen ce C lub '32, ' )3 : Mat.hema tics Club '32.

BEA TRICE MILSTEAD

Sterlington

GERTRUDE MOCK

Sterlington

Wom e n ' , A th let ic ASSOCia t IO n ' 32 ; Bas e ball "32 ; Y. W . C . 1\ . '32 ; Hlstor y C lub ' J2.

CHARLES H. MOSELY

Monroe

B as ketbld l -32: Intl"a mU r fLl BaSke tba ll '3) ; G lee Clu b ' 32. ' 33 : S r. le ncc Club '32. ')3 : BU;;lne.S5 M~n &.t:'e r. The PO"' .Wow '32. Formerl y n ~ T ul ane U nl l!ersi ty, New Orlean s. ') 1.

DOROTHY MUL LI NS

West Monroe

Women ', AthleL lc ASSocia t ion MM h e m a tl cs Cl u b ' 32 .

33;

French

Club

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' )J ;

:.vIA YME D. MYERS

Monroe

J OEL NICHOLS

Monroe

Wo me n ' , At.h lehc A'iSoci:u .lon ,$ ecre u. ry l ' 32, ' 31: Y. W C . A . ' J 2. 'J] ; G lee Clu b ' 12, (T r ens Urer l ' J) : H i1stor y C luJ) ' J2; Hcno l' Sch ola $t.lt: Society '32. ' 31 ; D r a mfl. t lcS Clu b ' J2 ; S Cie nce Cl ub ') 3: L e C e rcl e Franc a iS (S eere ta r y ' ' n , 3] : MIH hem a t lcs Ch lb '32.

HETTIE JANE NOLAN Women' s Athlet iC A.ssOCHlt ion Cl u b '33.

' ~2 ;

Start Y. W. C. /I. ' 32 ; Hlij ior y

West lVlonroe

JACK NOBLE 1l1lr amuT ll. 1 Bnske t ba ll ' 33: .I3as e bnll Cl u b ' 32, '33.

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' 33:

Ma t he m a l1cs


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MRS. W. B. NORSWORTHY Y. w . C. A. ' 32, Sc ie nce Club 'J3;

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Monroe

'n. Ho nor Scholas Llc Society ']2. 'J 3; HI ~ tOl'y

C l ub ' 32 ; La SOcie d. ad Cervan Le"

'33.

VIVIAN PACE

Wes t Monroe

T l'a cl:. '32 ; B as eball ' 32.

MR S. RICH ARD T. PARIS

Monroe

DORIS LOUISE PATTERSON West Monroe Y . W. C . A. '32, G lee C lu b ' 33 ; H istory C lu b ' 32

CLEO PHILLIPS Y

Sterlington

W . C. A. ']3; Scle nce Club '32.

KATHLEEN P OWE LL

West Monroe

Vo lle-y ba ll '33; Y. \\1 . C. A. '32. '33 : HIs tor y Club '33

TURNER REYNOLDS

Winnsboro

TRESSIE RISINGER

Fai rbanks

La Soc ieda d Ce r ~· a ., le~ '3] . For me r l y M H a rdin a College, Mor r ll t.o n, Ark ansas, 32 ; Glee Clu b.

ESTELLE ROBERTS

Pitkin

Buketbl'l ll '12 ; Y . W . C. A. '32, 'J.l; Dramatics Clu b '32. '33;

Science Club "33; Le Cerc le Franco is "32, '33; L a Soc!cdu;l CCTYantes '33.

ALICE ROBERSON Le Ce r Cle FrRllca lS '33 .

Monroe


ELMA RUSTIN HO r.o r'

Schola S~ l c

Monroe

SocIety '33 : Le Cer<;: le F rl. ncals ' Pres iden t !

')3: La Socledad Cen'anle$ ,Tr easu r er ,

')J

J"orme rl y at

Wb l two rth College. Brookha.ven, M15S IU1P l)l, '32: Trl. Qle , Whl/,Il'o r th W b iSLle S~ arr. L Oln~la lHI Club . Y.

MRS. CARRIE H. RUTLEDGE Y. W . C. A. '3 3 : Science C lu b

'n.

RO \l n d C . A.

w.

Che ni er e LoU isia n a

P Ol'lnt" l'ly Qt

Poir1echnl(: InstItu t e, R ust on , LoUL!>\fl na.

Swartz

JUNIUS SAPP

Y. M . C. A. '33: a le e Club ' 32; HOllOI' ScholasLlc Societ y. '32, ,See ret.aryl 'J 3; Science C lub ' Prulde n~ 1 ')2, '33; Mnt.h e m flhc!> C h lb '32 .

FRANK X. SHAUGHNESSY, J1".

MonrOe

M a them a ti cs Ciu \) '3 2, 'J3,

JAMES MARVIN SHIPP

Bosco

EVA LaVELLE SIMM ONS

Monroe

W orn.n 'S Atll]et lc Alls o c la l lo n '3 2; O ra m :lLLCS C lu h '32, ' 33. AS SOCIQ le Art Edl lor , T h e ChOlcahoula , '33

OLLIE A VRICE SIMPSON

J\-!onroe

Wome n ', A t hlet iC .... ~wc i:l.Uon ' J!! ; Y. W. C, A . ' J2. 'JJ. Clee Ch~ b 'JJ, Ho nor ScholaStic SocleL.... 'J2, '33: D I路amat.ICl Cl u b ' 12. 8(:le llce C lub '32, 'J): H istory C lub 'JJ,

ENlD SLACGHTER Wome n '~

Monroe

Alhlet.:c AS50clll t lon '3::. GI ('e Cl u b 'U.

FRANK F. SMITH Va r !l lt.l' CIIlb '32, ' 32.

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;\fonroe

In t r::lllH1Ta i Bfl::.k.etbRIl '33' Y. M . C . A.

LORENZO M. Sl\IITII

West Mor.roe

Y. M . C. A. '33 ; Drllmal ics C lu b 'J2, '33: '33. La Soc le dn d Cen'a n t e s 'J3.

H l ~lo ry

Club '32.


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MARGARET NEILL SM ITH

iVIonroe

C. A. ' 32 ; Glee Cll1b ' ]2, n ; Honor Scholasti c Socie ~ >, '32, ' 33; Science Club '32. "J 3; H 1St.O\'y C lu b '3 2. '3]: The ChUllholJla Sta ff '33 . }'ol'me rl r a l South~es t ern.

Y.

W.

Melll!>hls. T e nnessee.

MARGUERITE SMITH

St. Joseph

Ba.~ket.ba Jl

Dr(lm a l'c ~

'3 2: Y. W . C. A.. 'J2; Glee C ]\lb '31 ; Cl ub ' 12, ' 33.

VERA S 'VlITH

Monroe

Women's At hletIC ASIIOc iatlon '32, ']] : BllSk e tba lt ' )2 ; B a se足 b!l.1l '32 : F ie ld a nd Trad: ' 32 ; Y. W . C . A '32. ' :;3 ; Glee

Club ' 32: I.e Cercle F rnncal$ ' 32:

LANETTE SOUTHALL

H l~lory

Club ' )2 .

Monroe

Y . W. C. A. '3 2, '33.

THOMAS B. STANLEY

West Monroe

Chee r Leade r '32.

JAMES C. STEWART

Picayune, Miss.

Foo thr" l ' 32, t C aptai n ) '33 , M a th ema t. lcS Cl u b 'J2.

JOHN B. STRAHA ' l ntrllm\,ral Ba s~e t\.ln ll on'

Monroe

Tenms ']3: Box lIl G: "3:':; Y. N.. C. A. (Pre:llden tl ' 32, 'Tre asu r e ... '33: G lee C lub "32 . '3J; Dfll.rnatiCS Clu !) ' 32, '33,

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W. SU.LLlV AN, Jr.

West Monroe

Foo tb a ll /Ma.nag~ ro '3:2, ' 33; Var ~ 'l y C lu b '31 , '33: ']3: y, :vI, c, A, ' 32, ' 33: Matt\ellln.tlCS Club '33,

ELLA PEARL SUTTON

BIlII.;!

Monroe

y, W , C, A, '32: D rama ti cs C lub '32, ' 33 ; S CIe nc e Cl ub '32: Le Ce r cle F I'an c n.l& ' ~3: H isto ry C lu\) '32, '33,

PAULINE uSREY Women's At,W etle AssOCIil_ lioll '32.

Sterlington


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MARY GRAVES TAYLOR

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:.vlonroe

Women's Athle Uc A s~oc i aUoti '32: y , w, C. A. '32, ' 33: Dmml\tlu C lu b ' 32, '3 3, Le Ce r d e I'r ll ll~al5 '32, ' 33; Histor y Clu b '32,

WILLIAM T URPIN

Bastrop

Y . 1\1 . C . A. '32, '33; H ISLory Cl u b '32, '33: La. Socledari Ce r Yfl.nt.e~ '33.

MYRTLE VINCENT

Kelly

y , VI,". C. A. ']2; Glee C lub '3 2 : DrA mat ics C lub '32. '33.

GLADYS WARNER

Monroe

W om en 's Ath letic ,'\ssocia. Ljon (Treas ure r ) '32, '3); Y. W , C. A, ' 32 ; H o n or Sch oluUc Soc ie t y '32. '3.3 ; Dn! maL ICS C lub '32, ' 33: L~ 5<H:led:l.d Cen'a nl e s '33; Th e l'ow.Wo... S La lf '32; T b l' C h ac ~h o lll:.o Sta H ' )3.

RICHARD WATKINS

West Monroe

E TH ON T. WATSO

Poin t

GE OR GE WEAKS

Monroe

Fo rm er l), uf. PI路ln cl p la. J llIl ior College, St. Loui!', MI$soun.

WILLIAM WEKNE R

Swartz

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l3:"1 s kd baJI '32, '33: Y. C. A . ' 32, ')3; Glee Cl ub ' 32, ' 33; SC ience C lub '32: Mn.thcmnt !cs Clu b ' 32.

HA ROLD WILENZlCK Blind ' 33: Sc ience Chill

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JOI路IN C. WI N KLER

Monroe

'33,

Swartz

I n t r nm llral l3alili.eCI):"I 1i '33, Y. M . C. A '32; D n HlIlUlc ;!" C1UG '3:2. '33; Scienc.e Cillb '32, '33: Le Cercie Franca Is '33 : Ma themJlf ic~ Cl ub '33.

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MARY EVELYN WINSETT

Monroe

Y . W. C . A. '32, '33 ; H Isto ry Club '33 .

O. A. WORLEY

Bastrop

Y . M . C . A. 'J2, '33; Dra mll tlc!. Cl ub ',n : Ma t hemat ics C lu o '32; Pre~ldeoL or the Se nIo r Cl ns~ '33.

JESSIE GRA Y WORTHINGTON

Monroe

B:uket..ba!l ' 32; Y . \r. C. A. ')2, ' 33; H o no r S c holas Uc Soctet ) 'J2, ' J3; Dram a tICs Club '32. ']3; S(aen ce Clu b '32. ')3; Le Cel"(: le P r anca ls '32, '33: La Soc ledad Cer " a ntes ' J3; The PO\O.,.\1'O\f Slnt{ '32: Treas ur er or t..h e S e n tQ r C lll Ss '3J; T h e C h :lcahuub s ta rr ')3.

HAZEL WYNN

Jen.

Y. W . C . A. '32, '33: Glee C lu b 'J:!: DramatiCs ')2, '33 .

WILLIAM YERGER MI\ ~)"Ie fUatics

Mound

Club '32, '33.

JAMES N. POPE H l~~OT .\'

1\Jonro0

Clu b ':>2. 'J3 : L a- Soc lednd

Cf:fl'ante.~

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MRS. G. R. RATCHFORD Formerly a t Beihal'ca College. J/l clcson. McCo mb. M iSl>lssip pi, publk sc h ools.

JuANITA WALL

Monroe M iuas~ l p p i

TeaChe r

West Monroe

Forme rly at Ulu is HHHt Stu t.e N or ma l, NatchItoches,

MRS. LILLIAN H. WILLIAMS ON

Monroe

La 30cl cdnl1 C e:rI'I\IHU ' 33.

GWENDOLYN WOOD P or merl)' d Loui6!lJ.I1 1. Sl짜ma Al plla.

S~ a t e

West Monroe Normn. l. N a IChJt.oclles; Al phll


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... The follo".ving is a list of the seniors whose pictures do not appear in the pre{'.eding panels: Allen Barham Mary Franc:s Byrd Vernon Coates George Free ma n Mrs. B. Palmer Hardie Jack Ober

Wayne Wam sley

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JERRY ADA M S

Monroe Columbia.

SODUS ADAMS EL~H;:R

ALEX.\li DER

Wes t Monroe

JOSEPH AMMAN

Monroe

JUANITA ANTHO N'Y

Monroe

DOROT HY APGAR

Monroe

J OH N AU LDS

DO":nH l11e

LILL I A f'I AU L DS

Downs\· lIle

LLOYD B!dtHAM

E1nstrOI)

K ITTY BARR

Mo n roe

C A RL

BARTO N

M ARY LEE BATES

West Mon roe

ELSIE BELL KATI E BELL

Y.: a ng ha lll

WILLIAM

M angha m

BELL

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BILL BICKHAM

Ml>lU Ut'

MArLOAREl

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Monroe

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M onl'oe

F an nerv llle

QERTR.UDf: BRA UER NELLIE BREARD

Monroe

ARTHUR. BROOK

BaStrop

S.O

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BROOKS

FRANC ES BnOWNING

MARJOFUE BUCE SADJE RUTH

BUCKNER

Monroe

West Monroe Monroe

C. B URNETT

M onroe

CLAUDINE Bt;TLER

Cn i houn

PRlSCltJ..A BUTLER

Monroe

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FELIX CAMORS

ROBERT C AMORS

M onroe

LESTER CAP..R

Monroe

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Mo n r o e

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Ch ase

C(l.lh o u n

J O HNNIE S , CLAR K

Mo n ro e

VER NON CL AR K

W est Monroe

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O U R VIS COATES

Mo n ~ o e

WeSL Mo nroe

DAL E CO BS OUIOA COLLINS

TENN Y SON CO LLINS

!I.'lon roe

LOU!:3E COMPTON

Mon roe

SARA FLOHENCE COON

Mon roe

Wes ~

EM MA COTTON

Calhoun

ANTOINETTE CO X

M o n roe

J ORN IE CO X

C HES TE R CRA WF,]RD ELL..... ROSE: CR AWFO!lD ROSSIE 'CRAWr'ORD

Monroe

West, Mon r oe

Mon t'oe

West Monroe


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P . L. CROWELL

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J . COENEN

LOUISE CRY;\-lES

W e.<l t Monroe

Monree

ALICE DAIMWOOD EDWARD F . DALTO N

SU r l ing~o ll

CLARI SSA DAVIS

Monroe

LOIS DAV IS

Monroe

J,

Monroe

D . DeBLIEUX

J . 1<' DEVFREUX

Monroe

MARGARET DEVEREUX

Mon r oe

HERBERT

Monroe

i)ICKA~D

R I C H ARD DIXON

Wes t

PERCIVAL ERVIN

West Monroe

)1P..S. MARGARET EUBANKS

M onroe

Slerlmgton

vl NC ENT I"AZIQ

;>'1onr oe

ADA FENNELL

Monroe

WI LLAR.D E'lSliER DOROTHY FLANAGA N

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Monroe

Monroe


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CLARA GALLMAN LOYCE GARNER LENA GASTON

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;\-Ionroe Shreveport \Vest Monroe

Mon roe Mo nroe West Monroe

EVELYN GATLIN

Monroe

MAR ION I. GILLILAND

MorJ1'oe

MARVlN ISAAC GILLILANO

Monroe

LOUIS

GOOD~lAN

Monroe

JANE GOWAN

Epps

JOHNSON GOWAN

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SOYiJ GRANT

Wes l Mom'oe

LOU ISE GRAY

Monroe

RAY GREEN

Bil'ltrop

H,.I. ZE L GREOOR Y

Monroe

L . 8 . GREOORY

j\IOn roe

MILDREO OREGORY

Monroe


DUR\-VOOD GR IFFIN

,'dQnroe

GL.ADYS CnIOOS MARCARE'T GROW ER

Cn lhoun W e~ 1

MonrOE

R.OY HALE

Monroe

AVIS HAMMSTT

P.'l onroe

SU E HARKNESS

Monro-e

AUSTIN HARRIS

B:U lroJ)

R . G. HART

Ster lington

CLINTON HEAD

ESTELLE HI!:AD

EILEEN HEMLER BESSIE HENR.Y

Pioneer

Wes!

~1 o nroe

A ll o

Wen MOIl,r oe

OL IVE H O D G E

Wes t Monroe

GRACE HOGGE

Wesl Monroe

JAME.<; l. HUMBLE

COl1Jntllla

H. J. HU NDLEY

Mon r oe

RUBY H.URT

Monroe

JAMES IVY

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AR NO LD JOHNSTON

,Velil Mo r.:oe

CLA R." JOHNSTO N

Calhoun

K... THLEEN JONES

Monroe

ETHEL JORDAN

W . J . J O RDAN ELI Z ABETH

KENNEDY

wes t Monroe Down.wll ie

Monroe

PR ES TON KENNEDY

s tel'Jinc ton

ELV IN K I LPA TRTCK

West Monroe

MY RO N KJJ. PATRI C K

JAMES K1NCAOE W. 0

KING

DOROTHY

Mo nror MOIll" Ge

KISER

KI\THRYN KNOX

Monr oe

ALBERT KRIGF.R

Swortz

1\1 RS. MAH.Y L OU I SE LAMBERT

MO\l TOr

JO HN LAM I E

... U OREY LEE L ANDRUM

COLLI NS LAN G

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Winnsboro


MARY L. LANG STO N

Monroe

MAX LA R CF..E

Basl.I'Op

DICKEY C. LEE

West Mo nroe

T ON Y LEWIS

MOlwoe

S IMEON UEBER

"louroe

EUGENE LISTON

Monroe

ELOUISE

LlVELY

Monroe

OL I VER LOW ERY

Mon roe

OOROTHY LUCAS

Monroe

EVA LYNNE

M.

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McCAI N

KATHRYN McCL AIN

SA M McCLARY W. A. McCO N'NELL

Nor'lO,.ood

West. Mon roe

Mon roe Mang h a lll

I VY McDONALD

Monroe

GLADYS McGEE

WesL Monroe

WA LTER McG EE

Monroe

M I RIAM McGIMSEY

Monroe

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ALBERTA Mc'V I LLIAMS

Mon roe

TONY MARSALA

:-.Joll roe

W . A . MARTI N

Monroe

RA YM(lND MASL I NG

Monn>e

H ODCE MASON

We&L Monroe

WARNER MEOA IRES

Sleri!ngto n

B!ITTV MENG I S f!ENRY MESSENGER W. A.

M~YER

Bast rop Sullivnn. M o.

West. !<l onroe

HA ROLi:l MI LES :-"IADI E M I I..r..5

Ca lho un

M.HUE MI LLS

MOtH' Oe

HAZ-EL SA R A

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C h a!.h.m

Wes t Monroe

MITC HE LL EL IZA BETH

MOFF E."I T

Monroe

CARL MOO R E

1I10nrOe

KE I TH MOOR E

Monroe

DAN MOORE

Mon roe

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Monroe

B . MOR TON


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MARY MULHERN

Monroe

RUTH MVRPHY

Monroe

B . H . .MYERS

Mo n roe

OUIDA Nf'.A L

~on roe

STELLA NELSON

Mon roe

MARGUERIT E N IX

Wes l Monroe

JESSIE NO RRtS

Wes t Monroe

~RBERT

NORSWORTHY

Bastrop

RUBY OAKLAND

Mon roe

C EC IL OLIPHANT

Mon roe

W. K . O LMSTEAD

Monroe

GEORGE ORP,

8&strop

KATIE PARISH

Wt's t Monroe

G RANT PEACOCK

Wes l Monroe

A. L. PETERS

LUCILr.;; PETERS

Monroe

Sr.erllngl.oLl

S AD YE LOU PETERS

MOn rOt'

J ACQUELYN PICKENS

Mon roe

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Moo roe

FRANCIS REARDON

Monr oe

E:JWARD REEVES

Monroe

MARY BURT REIGHNEY

"Ves t /I.'ronroe

BE ATR ICE nHYMES

Monroe

CLARICE ROAN

\Ve$l. Monroe

T . J . ROBB JNS

Monroe

FHA NK RODDY

Mon roe

BEV ERLY RUSSELL

Monroe

CLAUDIA SCHARF

Monroe

V1RQINlA SCHEEN

Monroe

EUGENE SHOWS

Monroe

MADGE SIMMONS

Monroe

SIMPSON

Sterlm&t.on

VELMA SKILES

west Monroe

MAMIE SK I PPER

West Monroe

CECILE Sr.-n TH

We sL

S. A

DORIS SMITH

Monroe Monroe


MARY HELEN SMITH

Monroe

TOM SMITH

Monroe

HELEN SPROLES

Monroe

EARL STEVENSON

Monroe

WARREN STE1l ENSON

Baslrop

EVERETTE STOKES

INEZ STOUT

Mang hAm

Dethl

MAR¥ STRINGER

Monroe

BILLY STROUD

Monroe

I NmA STUBBS

MOllroe

J . A . SULLIVA N

liENlUc;TTA SWAYZE

L . C. T ,\RVER HOWA RD TAYLOR BURFORD TAYLOR

Wi nnsboro Monroe

Kelly LIck ing. Mo. Farme~vllle

.­ LrLLIE THor.1PSQN

Monroe

LEO TIeBEL{

Monroe

J AMES TISDALE

Ea st.rop


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ETH EL M AE UNDERWOOD

EMIL VALENTINE

Monroe Ba s h o p

West Monroe

Sterli ng Lon

MARS HALL VERRE T

Mo nroe

LOU I S

Monroe

VrLLA NUEVA

CONNER WALKER CAROLYN'

WALKER

GEORGE WARD

A. C

WARNJ::R

EV ERETTE WARNER

W!St Mo nr oe Monroe

FarrceTvllle

Jen a

J ena

MAUDE WARNER

Monroe

.1IMMI£ WARREN

Monroe

ALY SE WATSON B0 5BYE WAUG H

DAVIS WHITFIELD

Ci'llhoun SterJinston

Monroe

O R EN WILLIAMS

M onroe

FRED WILLI.... MS

Mom'oe

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ORA LEE eRAWFORD LEROY FRANCI S F:LlZABETH WILLlAMS

BILL W ILLIAMSON WOODROW V,,' I LSQN

B ER.NI CE WOOD

CARL WOOD

S tel'1lng tOll

Mon roe

M on roe

Wes t l\'IOllroe

Delbl

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R UPt}S YEROER

t-1ound

THOMAS Z !::AG LER MARY JEANETTE ZIEGLER

M on roe

VI RG INI A ZIEGLER

M onroe

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The followiug is' a list of Juniors whose pictures do not appear in the pl'eeeding panels: M.ARY BONITA ALLEN

ANN lIARDIE

W .... LTER K , ANDERS

MRS. H. G. JARNAGIN

MRS . WA LTER K. ANDERS

IRVIN KILPATRI CK

JI\C K CLAhfPIT

MEREDITH KNOX

PETE GODW IN

J O HN PARSONS

WILL HP,. YDEN GRlFF'lN

TOM SULLIVAN

GEORGE H .... rn

FANNY WILHITE

• The following is a list of special students whose pictures do n ot appear in either class panel : IDA MAE AARON

SlSTER EDITH MARIE DOr-EGAN

JEFPIE AARON

VERNA GANDY

DOROTHY JANE BIGGS

JACK MANHEIM

HELEN B IGGS

MARY I SABEL SANDERS

MRS R. E. BIGGS

WOOD

ROBERT CALVERT

EARL STOVALL

MARlAr.< MARY COBB

GLORIA WALKER

ANNIE BELLE COx

LORETTA WENTEWORTH

3lSTER AGNES MARIE FITZSIMONS

ALMA ZEAQLER

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E. LOWRY JEFFERSON, Director

W, A , M cCONNELL, Presid en t

ALFRED BOYD , Vice-President

J . F . JONES , Secretar y -Treasurer


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BACK ROW (Left to right ) : Da le Cobb , Robe l"t Taylor. David Hunt, Ha r old Miles. Willar d Fi sher , E . Lowl'Y JeHerson (Director ).

MIDDLE ROW : J . F . Jones, Jr., Lloyd Guy , Ernest Brassett, Carl L. Wood. Fra nk Wadsworth, H ar old Wilenzick , Wallace Olms tead . Vin cent Fazio_ FRONT RO W : W . A. M cConne ll, W . W. Sullivan, Jr ., Alfred Boyd, Ernest Guy. J . A. Sulli van.

The following m embers aI-e n ot shown in the picture a bove: Byron Bayne, Keeney Devereu x, Harold Hunt, Raymond Mas ling. J . T . Lewis. SPONSORS: Louise CI'ymes, Gla d ys M cGee. The Band of Ouachita Junior College has made considerable prog ress since organized Sep ­ tem be r 21 , 1932 . It is directed by E . Lowry J ef­ ferso n , who has p roved h is ability by preparing the band in s uch a short time for performances at the following hOm e football gam es: Loyola. Freshmen . Octobe r fl. L. S . U. Freshmen , Novem ber 1l.

Little Rock Jun ior Coll ege , November 24 .

The B a.nd a lso ga.ve a public concert in the auditorium on Februar y 15, 1933. The College Band consists of twenty-three members. a stron g' organi zation in view of the short time it has been in existen ce. LOUISE ORonlES

G LADYS McG EE


ROGER C. FRISBIE

Musical Direc tor of the Choral Club

THE CHORAL CLUB Or: MONROE AND WEST MONROE OFFICERS L. A. STULCE. President.

MRS . GEORGE MOFFETT, Vi ce -Preside nt .

MRS. CLYDE SANDERS, Secretary -Treasurer.

MISS BEATRI CE SKIRVIN , Librarian.

D . P . GERALD. MRS. GEORGE MOFFETT, Executive Committee.

MISS ALICE LOUISE SMI TH , R epo r ter.

PROFESSOR ROGER C. FRISBIE, Musical Director.

The Chora l Club of Monroe and West Monroe is a elub recently d eveloped by the Consel'va lory of Music for the purpose of rendering vari ous choral works tha t mi gh t not olherwlse be enjoyed by the tw o cities. Its membership is composed of members 01 the faculty a nd student body a nd resid en ts of the community who are interested In the common cause of furth ering good choral mus ic.

"The Holy City," by Alfred R. Gaul, was presented by the club in the college audi 足 loriwn on May 24, 1932, and was a cclaim ~ d a ph enom enal s uccess. Th e second concert was given on J a nna ry 10, 1933. and consisted of two ca.ntatas . "The Pil grims of 1620:' by E. S. Hos mer, a nd "P a,ul Rever e's Ride," by Carl Busch. Thi s program also was enthusiastically received . On May 9, 1933, another most delighLCul pl'ogTam was rendered by th e club. Professor R. C. Frisbie, Director of the College Conservatory, is Musieal D irector of I,h e Choral Club, a nd Miss Flor en ce Ziegler is th e accompa nis t.


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BACK ROW (Left to rig-ht):

F. G. Thatcher, Henry Rickey, L . A. Stulce, Marion Gilliland, Harold Rig'gs, Dale Cobb, Professor R. C. Frisbie. D. P. Gerald, D. X. Ellett, Rev. L. T. Hasting's, W. R. Hammond , Harry Prophil. MIDDLE ROW;

Mrs. F. G. Thatcher. Miss Lila Ma e Kirschbaum, Mrs. Louis Hullum, Mrs. H en ry Whitfield, Mrs. John Sholars, Mrs. E . H. Murrel, Hrs. D. P. Gerald, Mrs. L . A. Stulce, Miss Mary J ea nette Ziegle r, Miss Kathryn May, Mrs. Robert G eorge , Mrs. Jac k H ayes. FRONT ROW :

M'"s. Belle Samers. Mrs. Albe rt Marx , Miss Nell ie Breard, Miss San'! Robinett, Mrs. Paul Newman, Miss Anne Marshall . Mrs. Clyde Sanders, Miss Louise Sm ith, :Mrs. Ruth Rasberry, Miss K athryn Wolfe, Mrs. C. C. CaHoll, Miss Lucille Smith, Miss Beatrice Skirvin, Mrs. Mary Louise Lambert, Mrs. Ben stern, Miss Beatri ee Rhymes. Ml~s Bonnie Birge, Miss Sara Elizabeth Moffett, Miss Flor ence ZIeglel', Accompanist.

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CLUB

The M en's G lee C lub has its scholastic value among the 0[­ ganization s of the coll ege in t.hal;. it. affords college credit to eac h of i ts m e mbers. This Club . along with the Wome n 'S Glee Club, constitutes a n importa nt part of the Conservatory. Its member­ sh '. p consists of both academi c

and music students.

DALE COBB. Preslde nl

PRANK CA IN, Vice -Prell l:len t

Programs have been g'h 'en ac­ cording to the followin g sched ­

ule: Ouacbita Junior College Audi ­ torium : April 19. 1932 . D elhi Hig h School ; April 21. 1932.

Bas trop High School : April 21 , 1932.

Ray ville H1gh School : April 21 ,

1932 .

Grayson Hi gh School: May 26, 1932. Columbia Hi g h SchOOl, May 26, 1932.

Calh oun Hi gh S c h ool, May 26, 1932.

Ouachita J unior CoUeg'e Aud i­ \,Qrium : February 8 , 1933. Bastrop Hlgh School : February 10, 1933. Fa rrnel'ville H i g h School: Mal'ch 1'7, 1933. Calhoun High School : March 17, 1933.

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CHARLES CASCIO MARION GU,LILAND

TROUARD BREARD

FOSTER JOHNSTON T . J . ROBBINS MARVIN GILLILAND

SAM McCLARY

TOM SMITH EVERETT WARNER

FELIX CAMORS H . J. HUNDLEY

CHARLES JACOB

WALTER McGEE JOHN STRAHAN WILLIAM WENNER


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MARJORIE McBRIDE, PresIdent

THELMA HARGUS. Vice-Preside nt

During th e last. two years, the \Vom en 's G lee Club has given perfomances in con ­ junction with the Men's Glee Club. College credit is gTant­ ed [or member ship in the Women 's Glee Club.

SARA HAMMONS, Secr et a ry

BEAT R ICE RHYMES, Treasure r

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WOME:N f'IRST SOPRANO :

S GLE:E: C LUB K1TTY BARR

KATI E BOUGHTON JOY GRIFFING MARGARET GROWER

BESSIE HENRY

MARY LOUISE LAMBERT LOUISE PATTERSON

ENlD SLAUGHTER HELEN SPROLES MARQUER1TE SMITH

HENRIETTA S M A YZE MARY GRAVES TAYLOR

MARY JEANETTE ZIEGLER

SECOND SOPRANO :

EDITH ANTHONY JUANITA ANTHONY

RUBY BENOIT WILMA BRITTO N ARA BRUECK CHR I S TINE CLOWERb LOUISE COATES

SARA F . COON

MILDRED DENNIS AUDREY LEE LANDRUM

MARY MULHERN AV Rle E S IM PSON

MARGARET NETl..L SMITH ALTO :

VIRG INI A Z IEGLER JEWELL ASHLEY NELLlE SREARD

ELEONA BRINSMADE

MARJORIE DUCE EMMA LO U HART INEZ JOHNSON DOROTHY KISER EVA LYNNE

SARA EL)ZA.BETH MOFFETT RUBY OA KLAN D


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BESS CRIDER PENICK, SnonSOr

ARA BENTON. P resident

DURWOOD GRIFFIN , Vice-Presi dent.

LORENZO SMITH, Secretar路y-Treasure r

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PER S ONNEL

F loy Antley Ross Banister Kitty Barr Fre d B eckett ElSie Be ll

Ara Benton Mars'areL Booth F ern Brantley Ge org,'e Breard Ne llie Breard Eleona Brinsmade Wilma Brit.ton Sadie Ruth Buc lcne l'

Ch a r les Casei 0 V ernon C lark

Chns Une Clow ers

Gurvis Coates Ella Rose Crawford Louise Crymes

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Daimwood Clarissa Davis M~ldr ed De nnis R.:ch ard D ixon De lbert Evans CHfton Furlo w L ouise Gray DIII'wood Griffin Howard Griffin Sa ra. Hammons Thel ma H a r g us Darre ll Holt H. J . Hundley Lucille Byde Audrey Lee La ndrum James La tka n Tony Le wis Sa m McClll ry Walter McGee

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Sara Elizabe t.h Moffett Mary Mulhern

B . H. Myers Q uida Neal

Ste lla Nelson Joel Nichols Sadye Lou P eters Jacque lyn Pickens Beve l'ly Russell Virgin ia Seheen Ceei Ie Sm i th L orenzo S m ith Marg'uerite Smith Mary E llen Smith Henrietta Swayze Muy Graves Taylor Leo TieheIJ Jessie Gray WOlThington Vir ginia ZiegJer

Miriam MFGi m sey

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CLUB

FRELLSEN F . SMITH , Sponsor

AVRICE S IMPSON. Presid ent CLIFTON FURLOW,

SARA HAMMONS. Secr etar y-Treasurer

Vi ce- Pre ~ident

The Modern History Conference Club was orga ni zed in 1931 in order to promote a nd stJ m ulate in terest in history. During the first year current topics a.nd Chose topics d eal足 ing with event..'> being studi ed were t.he basis foJ' disc usslOn in the m eeti n gs. A different plan, however, was foll owed during' ]932-33. All students who were taking European a nd Americn n history courses were eligible to become m embers. A program commi ttee, half cf whom were Am ericA n history stuct e!its and t l1 e other h a lf Eur opea n history students, was a. ppo~nted. The commi ttee was r esponsible f or the programs, each grou p outlini ng a program for one month" The elub invites open discussion among its members of c urrent events of the dRY and encou r as"e s reseal"ch WOI"k: into the a nnals of Europea n histor y"


HISTORY

CLU 8

EVELYN ALBRIGHT

FLOY ANTLEY FRED BECKETT OEORGE BOLTON

ELEONA BRINSMADE WILMA BRITTON HAZELDEAN BROOKS

CLA.UDlNE EUTLER CHRISTINE CLOWERS SAM CLOYD

1­ CECILE CROWELL LOUTSE CRY.M ES MILDRED DENNIS MARGARET DEVEREUX GEORGE DOOLEY

MRS . WILM A DYER ESTHER FRfZZELL SALLIE MAE GUESS WILLIE HERRING MARY JOHNSON

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MADELINE KELLY

MARGUERITE KIRKPATRI C K AUDREY J.. EE LAING J AMES LARKAN

BEULA H MARTIN BETTY MENGIS M. A. McCAIN PERCY McDANELL SADYE LOU PETERS

MARGARET N Er LL SMITH ELLA PEARL St.'TTON HENRIETTA SWAYZE

JAMES TISDALE RICHARD WATKINS EVELYN \V1N SETT


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C. C. COLVERT, Sponsor

FRANK CAIN . Vice -P,'eslden f. MRS. AVRICE SIMPSON , Treasurer

ACH SAH BELT, P,'eside nl

JUNIUS SAPF , Secret.a.ry

•• The Honor Scholastic Society is a n orga nization established for the promoUon of sc holarship, t.h e developm en t of character , a nd t he cult.ivation of fe llowsh ip a mong [he students of t he Ouachita Junior College. MemberShip depends upon the character Qual1fications of the student and the attain­

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HONOR SCHOLASTIC SOCIETY ELSIE AULDS ARTHUR BROOK ARA BRUECK J, W . CUNNI NGHAM MILDRED DENNIS MRS. WILMA DYER DOROTHY FLANA GAN ESTHER FRIZZELL

CLARA MAE GALL11:AN LOUISE GRAY DAVID H UNT WAYNE JOHNSON

JAMES LARKAN OLIVE LU SK MIRIAM McGIMSEY ANNE WCKEL

FR EEDA MICKEL MARY MULHERN JOEL NIC!'iOLS MRS . W .B. NORSWORTHY

ELMA RUSTIN MARGARET NEILL SMITH MARY ELLEN SMITH LILLE THOMPSON

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LA SOCI~DAD C~RVANT~S ESTHER BARBNETT, Sponsor

ELSIE AULDS. Presid e nt. GLADYS WARNER, Secr etary

BOYD GRANT. Vice- Preside nt

ELMA RUSTIN , Treasu rer

La S ociedad Cervantes was organized November 11 , 1932. .Miss Barnett. Sponsor of the ClUb , presided at the meeUng. At this meeting officers were elected for t he ensu足 Ing year. At a ll the meetings of the Club , the members have enj Oyed some very interesting prog;rams. The fOllowing plays have been presented: " B e le n," a minialur'e C hristmas scene; UEI Dable Roba;' " La SenOl"a y La Me ndiga .. a nd "EpisOdio En Un Dormitorio." The purpose of the club is to acquaint the m embers more thoroughly wUh th e man足

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JUANITA ANTHONY

EUNICE BATES TROUARO BR.EARD MARY BERGEVIN FRANCES BRO\'lNING

MILDRED BROWN LEE CHARLES CASO N

T. J. COENEN JOHNNIE COX ELLA ROSE CRAWFORD

M ARGARET DEVEREUX

DOROTHY FLANAGAN ES THER FRI ZZE LL C LLPTO N FURLOW

DO RO THY GU ERRIERO

THELMA HARGUS

EVELYN HUEY DAURIe E KIRK liELEN McCOR.:'vIICK MIRIAM McGIMSEY

ALBERTA Mc WILLIAMS MEl,S. W. 8. NOkS"\VORTHY

HORTENSE POPE MA R Y BURT RElGHNF.Y

TRESS IE REISINGER

T . J. ROBB I NS ESTELLE ROBERTS VI RG I NIA SCREEN EVA LA VE LL E SIMMONS MARY ELLEN SM I'rH

WILLIAM T URPIN RICHARD WATKINS hIRS. LILLIAN H. WILL Lol,.M SON

BERNICE \...·OOD JI!:SSIE GRA Y \'lOHTBINGTO N VIRGINIA ZlEGLER


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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS AMA LEE NULL, Sponsor

ELMA RUSTIN, President JOHN WINKLER. Treas urer

GLADYS WARNER . Vice-President JESSIE GRAY WORTHINGTON, Secre tary

Louisiana is the "F'l:ance d 'Amerique," as the French say. Some of our mo::.t excit颅 mg and fascinating history has u.s Its background Louisiana, and particularly New Orleans, with the French settlers as it.s actors. With monuments of this period be t'or'e u.s and t h e desce ndants of the hardy French adventmers who made the period rammls by living amo ng us, we have. many by blood. a nd all by association, a fee lin g tor a nd a great interest in t h e F rench language a nd the French people. F Or t h e purpose of increasing our knowledge of Fren ch as a li ving l an guag'e a nd of

promotIn g a n inte rest in Fre nc h c ulture, Le Cercle Francais was form ed in 1931 s hol路t ly after the open in g of Ouachita J unior College. With th e same ideals in mind , the c lu l ) was c arried on du r ing 1932 -1 933.


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FRANCAIS

ROSS BANISTER BYRON BAYNE

FRED BECKETT RUBY B ENOIT MARY BERGEVIN

GEORGE BREARD

ARA BRUECK

VERNON CLARK J. W. CUNNINGHAM DELBERT EVANS

. DOROTHY FLANAGAN ESTHER FRIZZELL LOUISE GRAY DURWQOD GRIFFIN HOWARD GRIFFIN

JOY GRIFFING

AVIS HAMMETT

RUBY HURT

AUDREY LEE LANDRUM WILLIE LEE LAING

OLIVE LUSK

DOROTHY MULLINS

JOEL NICHOLS

CLARICE ROAN

ESTELLE ROBERTS

ALICE ROBERSON BEVERLY RUSSELL

MARY GRAVES TAYLOR MAUDE WARNER WOODROW WILSON

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BRUCE H. REDDITT, Sponsor J . F. JONES. JR. , President

W. H . NORSWORTHY, Vice-President

GLADYS McGEE, Secretary-Treasurer

The Mathematics Club of the Ouachita Junior COllege is an organization found ed to provide an opportunity for discussion 01 topics 01 general interest in the field of mathe~ matics not nOInlaUy included in the regular courses. to arouse special interest in particu 足 lar lines of st.udr in this fi eld . and thus to provide an incentive lor personal investigation and research.

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PRANK CAIN CHARLES CASCI O ALFRED COON SARA FLORENCE COON EMM A COTTON

ELLA RO SE CRA Wf'ORD EDWARD DALTON

CLARISSA D.'!. v rs

RUSSELL FERGUSON

H ENRY G ILL1LAND R. G. H A RT

H . J . HUNDLEY DAVID RUNT H;o,ROLO HUNT J. P. lVY MYRON KILPATRI CK SIMEON LI EB E R

ALBERTA McWILLIAMS RAYMOND MASLI NG

"'IAR Y :vrULHERN JACK N OBLE MARGUERI TE NI X GEORGE ORR

KATI E PARRISH

LUC ILLE PETERS

JUNIUS SAPP ARNOLD S I MPSON VELMA SKI LES

C ECILE Sf\UT H

DORIS SMITH PRANK SMITH

BILLY SULLIVA N A. C. WA RNER. E VERETT WARNER

ALYSE WA TSON

JOHN WINKLER O . A . WORLEY JESSIE G R AY WORTHINGTON TOMM Y ZEAGLER


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MYRON KILPATRICK, Vice-President nURWOOD GRIFFIN, Treasurer

The Science Club of the Ouachita Junior College was org'anized February 24, 1932. The club is mad e up of s tudents who are enr olled in Physics. Chemi stry or Biology. The purpose of th e club is to stimulate ..the thought and activity of the stud ents in sci entific s tudy, and to develop a clearer insi ght into the a pplication of theoretica l science to every day affairs. Each year. the club sends one delegate to the meeting"s of the Louisiana Academ y of Science.


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STEPHEN BALLARD BYR O N BAYNE C HARLES BOYD BYRON BREAAD CEORGE BI!EARD MILDRE.D BnOWNLEE GEORGE BUCKNER SADlE RUTH BUCKNER FRANK CAIN CHARLES CASCIO EDITH CHn.DERS SAM CLOYD TENNYSON COLLINS A. T. COON J. W . C UNNINOHAM E . F . DALTO N MILDRED DENNIS MARGARET DJLL PERCIVAL ERVIN RUSSELL FERGUSON EST HER FRIZZELL LO trIS E G RAY ROY HALE THELMA HARGUS R. O. HART EVELYN HUEY DAVID HUNT JAMES IVY WAYNE J O HNS O N J . F . J O NES JR. J AMES KINCADE WILLIE LEE LAING JAMES LAMIE AUDREY LEE LANDRUM PERCY McDANELL PAUL MARTIN HO D C E MASON FRANK MILFORD HAZEL MITCHEI.L DAN MOORE KEITH MOORE CHARLES MOSELEY MA R Y MULHERN RUTH MVR.PHEY B . H. MYERS J O EL NI C H OLS HERBERT NORSWORT HY RUBY OAK L AND SADYE LOU PETERS C LEO PHILLIPS EI.J';" ARD REEVES A LI CE R O B£RSON MRS . CARRIE H. RUTLElXJE JUNIUS SAf'f' A VRICE SIMPSON .M ARGARET NEILL SMITH HELEN SPRO LES ELLA PEARL SUTTON HEN"RlIHTA SWAYZE BAYNARD TURPIN A. C. WARNER EVERETT WARNER ALYSE WATSON

"f ARO LD WILEN Z ICK .) O HN WINKLER JESSIE GRAY WORTHINGTON TOMMY ZEAGLER


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FIRST ROW

ELSIE AULDS BYRON BAYNE ACHSAH BELT

SECOND ROW

ARA BRUECK GEORGE BUCKNER DALE COBB

THIRD ROW J. W. CUNNINGHAM

ALICE DAIMWOOD

HAROLD DENNIS

FOURTH ROW DELBERT EVANS

ESTHER FRIZZELL HOWARD GRIFFIN

FIFTH ROW THELMA HARGUS PAUL MARTIN DOROTHY MEN GIS

SIXTH ROW

EVA LAVELLE Sr:MMONS

MARGARET NEILL SMITH GLADYS WARNER

JESSIE GRAY WORTHIN GTON M=MBERS FACULTY COMMITTEE MISS ESTHER BARNETT

MRS. GRAVES GRANT MRS. DOROTHY YOUNSE


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Mildred Dennis, Kei :1 Moore, J. W . Cunningham, Bess Odder Pe nick, Sponsor; Howard Griffin, Delbert Evans, Mary Be rgevin.


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The Y . W. C. A. was orga nized the firs t se mester of the term 1931 -19 32 through the eHorLs oI twelve charter members, Mrs. Younse. Sponsor of the Club. a nd Mrs. Pollard, Y. W . C. A. Seel'e颅 tary of Monroe. The purpose of the Y. W. C. A. is to uphold

; ELEONA BRINSMADE.

Pre:;ldent

.ELS I E AULDS, Vl ce 路 PI路esiden t

Christian character and ftIl id eals and t endeneies whic11 m a ke for honesty find l路eliability. The club meetS \veekly. Dunn~' these meetings, programs of a n Inspirational educ fI tiona! and nfl ture are rendered.

WILMA BR.IT TON,

Secr etar~'

SA RA HAMMONS, Trea surer


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LOUISE CO ATES SARA FLORENCE COO N EM)lA COTTON r.fJLDRED DENNIS MRS. W IL r..U . D YER LOUISE eRA Y SARA H AMMONS THELMA HARGUS WILLIE HERRIN G EVELY N HUEY INEZ. JOHN SON DNA JONES

MRS. MARY LOUISE LAMDERT AU D RE Y LANDR UM DOROTHY LUCAS

O LIVE LUSK MARJORIE McBRI DE MIRlAM McG IMSEY

ANNE MICKEL FREEDA M rCKEL MADIE MJLLS SARAH MOFFETT M .... RY MUL H ERN JOEL NICHOLS

MRS. W . 6 . NORSWOR THY

SADYE LO U PETERS JA CQ UELYN PICKENS KA T HLEEN POWE LL BUTRICE RHYMES EST ELLE R OBERTS

M RS. AVRICE SIMPSON MAMIE SK IP PER LANETTE SOUTHALL CECILE SMITH MARY ELLEN SM ITH VERA SMITH

BOBBYE WAUGH EVELYN WINSETT JESSIE GRAY WORTHI NGTON

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DALE COBB, President

EAR.L STEVENSON, \' lce- Pre/!! de l1 t

R epresen ta tives f rom t he Clu b ha ve a ttended eac h o f lhe a n· nu a l s la t e conferences sin ce ils organization . Growin g s teadily during lhe school yea r 1932 -1933, the Club has a presen l m embers hip of a pproximalely 100. Week ly m eel­ ing's are held in th e " Y " room . t\'hel'e progra ms of a religious a nd educationa l na LUI-e are re n· d ered.

ERNEST BROS SETT, Sec r e ta r y

JOliN S TRAHA N. Tr ellsurer


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BYRON SREARD Glo;Q R GE BREARD TROUARD BREARD ERNEST BROSSETT GEORGE BUC K NER FRA NK CA I N

FE LIX CAMORS ROS";RT CAMORS LESTE R CARR C H AR LES CASCIO C HARLES CASON WA DE C H AMOERS

J O HNNIE CLARK GURVlS COATES DALE COBB T . J. COENEN C. C. COLVERT J. W. CUNNI NGHAM

EDWARD DALTON J. D . DE BLtEUX

J. K . DEV ERE UX R I C HA R D DIXON T . J . ELDRIDGE DJ-;r.aERT EVANS

WtLLARD F IS.BER C LlF'rON FURLOW RUSSELL FERGUSON

LEROY FRANCIS A. C. FRYDAY A. R. GILLlLA:iD

MARION OILLILAND

MARVIN G I LLILAND BOYD GRA NT HOWARD G RlFFIN W. R . H A:?I MOND

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PRESTON KENNEDY

MYRON KILPATRI CK

JAM ES KI NCADE COLLINS LANG MAX LARCH!!! JANJES LARKAN, JR.

OLIVER LOWERY M . A. M cC AIN W . A. M cCONN ELL

PERCY MeDANELL WALTER M cGEE

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DANIEL MOO RE CARL M OOR.£ KE(T H MOORE

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GEORGE ORR A . L. PETERS B _ H R.EODITr

T . J . ROBBIN S J UNIUS SAP?

EUGENE SH O W S

LORENZO SMITH TO M SM ITH BEN STANLEY

EARL STE VENSON

BILLY SULLIVAN L. C. TARVER H OWARD ' fAYLOR

WILLI"' ;"'I TURPIN GEORGE WARD

A C . WARNE:R. EVERI!:'M' W AHNER

W ILLI AM WENNER O REN WILLIAMS

W OODRO W WILSON JOH N WINKLER O . A . WORLEV RUFU S YER GER THOM,AS ZE ACLER


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J . PAUL KEMERER Athletic Director

VERNOR E. COATES Assistant F ootball Coach

ASSOCIATION

MRS. GRAVES GRANT

Director of Physical Education for Women

W. HAROLD DENNIS Business Ma na ger of the Athletic Association


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Th ere has bee n mu ch criticism h er ctofore aimed at t h e a thletic depa rtments of col ­ leges. It has bee n cha r ged that varsity t.eams deprive t he ma jority at" stude nts of theIr opport unities for exercise and con sequ enc physical development. With th e aim of im­ proving t.his s it ua tion. t ile Ouach ita Junior Coll ege, a long' with ot.her coUeges and uni ·· versit,ies t.hrc ugh out the councry , has launch ed a p rogr a.m of intramural sports. In this \vay ever y st udent is given t h e opportunity for p lay aJong \vith wor k.

GU I"'ns Contes ! ex~r~ O"l ~ rig h t\ v;lnning C h~ IOO·\"l\ rd. liMb in a n m ~l"{unu l'nJ mee t. Time: 10. 2 seconds.

Bas ket bl'l li . handball , tra ck, volley ball, tenniS, baseball and box in g go to make up (he int.ramurl'l l program . T o accen t uate the efforts 01 all those who enter, awards a re given f OI" a thle tic excell en ce. The Athletic Associa tion has full charge of this progr am , and deserves t.he commendation and a ssista n ce of all sports lovers.

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With th e o pening of the 1933 basketball season , Conch Kem­ erer organized an intramural ba s ketball league, consisting of seven teams. An elimi nation schedule was played , Rod Leam No. 1 came O r Ulin, B lac ks tock, Hart {Capt. ).

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by the student bOdy. and this sport will con tinue to be a pa rt of t he coll ege atheletic pro­ gram.

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Back row lIeft to right): Norsworthy , Leiber, G. Breard, G ra nt, Banister. Front row: Lee, OIT, Devereu x, Manheim , Sandel.

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KEENEY DEVEREUX 125 Ibs .

JACK MANHEIM 113 I'bs.

FRANK CAIN 133 lbs.

MAX LARCHE 145 !'.Js.

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INTERCOLLEGIATE TENNIS SQUAD

Fred Williams, John St,mhan, George Hair, Durwood Gritti n Surprising' ability has been found in the Ouachita Junior College's firs t tennis club which is composed of players who have s hown remarka ble skin in their game and many have held some sort of title in the

sta te tennis circles. In the me n 's division of tHe squad are G eorge Hair, Durwood Griffin, Roy Ha le. and Fred Williams, juniors, a nd John

Str aha n, a senior.

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before coming to the college, was prominent am ong Monroe net­ tel's. In the North Louisiana open tour nam ent in 1931. he WOll the singles championship. and at the sam e meet with Durwood Griffin as a pa.rtner won t h e doubles titl e. Hair also won second place honors in the 1932 open tournament of the CHy oI Monroe. Elizabeth Kennedy and India St.u bbs dominate in t h e women'i di vision. Before coming to Oua­ chi ta, both ha.ve been teame d to­ gether successfu lly in high school affairs. K enned y was for three years an outstanding performe r in state hi gh school rallys. In 1928 she was co -h older of the

North Louisiana doubles championship with Kent Mil1saps , now of Louisiana State Univer·sity. During· t h e same year with her brothe r as a partner, sh ~ won the mix ed doubles champi onsh ip o f the state a t the Ba ton R.ouge rally. The foll o wing year sh·'! and her partne r repea ted their c laim to the Nor Lh LouiSiana do ubles crown a nd won second p lace at the state r a lly. At the 1929 rally at Ruston s he won her first sing·Ies t itle whe n she copped the championship a nd then took second place at the state m eet. India Stubbs of our own club became Ken­ ne dy's partner in the doubles conquest in 1930 and toge ther they easily won the North Lou­ isia.na title, making it t hree straig·ht for Kennedy. They were runne r-ups at Baton Rouge that sante year. Kennedy won the singles championshi p for a second time in 1930. Enteri ng the s tate meet th e sam e year, she was acclaimed the o utstanding contender of t he m eet but be­ cause of illness was forced to for­ Ieit the ch ampionship of t..he state.

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BILL FRISBIE RAY GREEN

HAROLD HUNT CHARLES JACOBS

PAUL MARTIN RAYMOND J\otA.8LING CHARLES MOSELY FRANK SMITH

CHARLES STEWART

BILLY SULLIVAN WILLIAM WENNER

FRED BECKETT

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PLCY ANTLEY ELSIE AULDS RUBY nENOIT GERTR UDE: BRAUER

MARJORIE BueE GENEV E CASTLE OUiDA COLLINS SARA FLORENC E COON ONTIONEl"TE COX E LLA ROSE eRA WF'ORD

ROSSIE CRAWFO R D CECIL E CROWELL LOUISE CRYMES MILDRED DENN{S GEORGE D OOLEY

ESTHER FHIZZEL

DOROTHY GUERRIERO SARA HAMMONS

THELMA HARGUS

ESTELLE HEAD

OLIVE H O DGE EVELYN HUEY

O NA JONES

MADELlNE KELLEY AUDREY LEE L,a,NDRUtd

OLIVE LUSK VIOLA McCARTHY MELEN McCORMICK

GLADYS McGHEE B ETTY MEN GIS

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SARA ELI ZABETH MO PFETT MARY MUL H ERN IXJROTHY MULLrNS

JOEL NICH O LS MRS W . B _ NORSWORTHY RUBY OAKLAND VI VI AN PACE

LOUISE PATTERSON SAD Y E LOU PETERS

CLARICE RO AN VELMA SKILES CECILE SMITH M,a,RY ELLEN S MITH VERA SMITH ELLA PEARL S UTTON

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Woe is me!

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One of our Limousines

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Wh en in need just ca ll "Cox! "

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Glorifying '"Dog Day"

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"As You Like It"

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Shi eks nnd Shiekesses

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Chacahoula 1933  

This yearbook is the 1933 Chacahoula. It is the official yearbook for Ouachita Junior College which became the University of Louisiana at Mo...

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