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NUMA OF

1955

by and for the students of The Fort Smith Junior College Fort Smith, Arkansas


Foreword After many long hours of concentrated effort, the Numa Staff has succeeded in putting together your 1955 Numa. When you look through your Numa in the years to come, if you are reminded of all the good times we have had while being students at Fort Smith Junior College, then the purpose of the yearbook will have been realized.


Table

of

contents

Dedication of Administration Faculty Sophomores Freshmen Organizations Features Sports Advertisements


Because of her devotion to our college, because of her help in making it what it is, because of her sponsorship of the Phi Theta Kappa, because of her friendliness to her students at all times, and because of the place she has won in the hearts of the students, the Numa Staff proudly dedicates the 1955 Numa to


MISS LUELLA KREHBIEL


Mr. T. L. Hunt Chairman

Board of Trustees

Mr. Fred Alexander

Miss Ed Louise Ballman

Mr. Stanley E. Evans


Mr. W. H. Lewis

Mrs. Ralph Speer, Jr.

Mr. James A. Ward, III

The students of Fort Smith Junior College will always remember the members of the Board and appreciate the work they have done. These citizens of our city and surrounding communities have given freely and willingly of their time and efforts in order to give us an opportunity for further education. Without these Board members the work of the college could not go forward as smoothly and effectively as it does.

Mr. Marshall Yantis

Mr. Collier Wenderoth, Sr.

Mr. R. A. Young, Jr.


PRESIDENT ELMER H. COOK From the founding of the Junior College, Mr. Cook has contributed his devoted efforts toward its development. Because of his untiring interest in its survival, it has become a thriving community college in a new location, and has unlimited possibilities for further progress. Through the years, the achievements and growth of our college will primarily be the result of his work with the people of the community.


DEAN E. T. VINES Mr. Vines has contributed not only his talent of management, but also his everpresent willingness to help the students become better adjusted to college life. He has shown an undying spirit for the college which goes "above and beyond the line of duty", and has worked constantly for better student-teacher relations. For these reasons, he will be remembered as a very important part of our Junior College.


DEAN OF WOMEN Miss Lucille Speakman

DEAN OF MEN Mr. Thomas E. Fullerton


Hattie May Butterfield B. A., M. A. Music C. E. Beard B. S. E., M. S. Education Katherinc Price Bailey National Association of Teachers of Singing Music

Jim Charles

B. S., M. S. Physical Education

Mrs. James C. Deare B. J. Journalism Maurice Dcrdeyn Diploma from Ghent Belgium Music Tom E. Fullerton B. A., M. A. Education


Mrs. Ruth Gant B. A. Commercial Education Esther Graham B. M. Music Ruth Hamilton B. A., M. A. Language

Luella Krehbicl B. A., M. A.

English Mrs. Marie Koenig Librarian

Mary Jo McMakin B. A. Art


Isabella K. Smith B. A., M. A. Mathematics James M. Moore B. A., B. S., M. A., M. S. Science Margaret Montague B. S. E., M. A. Speech, Dramatics

Lucille Speakmarn B. A, M. A. Social Science

Claud Yancey B. S. Business Administration Mrs. Maxine Westfall Registrar


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Mr. Jesse P. Bogue Executive Secretary of the American Association of Junior Colleges, Guest Speaker

Mrs. B. W. McWilliams Cafeteria Supervisor

Mr. Albert Anderson Custodian


Sophomores


David Brumley President

Glen Fowler Vice-President

Wilma Hopkins Secretary

Mr. Jim Charles Sponsor James Gibson President

Sammy Ludington Vice-President

Charles Castleberry Secretary


Floyd Barger Business

Bill Bardrick Business

Ray Blevins Business

Beth Branson Elementary Education

Gaylon Brown Business


David Brumley Business

Jane Byers Bacteriology

Willie Card Physical Education

Charles Castleberry Business

Colleen Carlile Science


Leon Combs Business

Pat Cluck Secondary Education

Amos Crisp Journalism

John Curry Business

Jimmie Duncan Engineering


Ronnie Dunn History

Sara Ruth Edwards Business

Leo Faulkner Business

Glen Fowler Mathematics

Robert Finch Social Studies


Darwin Guinn Speech

Judy Gosnell Mathematics

Terry Gumm Elementary Education

Louise Hanke Education

Howard Hardgrave Education


Richard Hill Speech

Wilma Hopkins Accounting

Tommy House Business

Richard Johnson English

Bill Johnson Business


John Kagy Science

> Ted Johnson Physical Education

Ben Lairamore Business

Wayne Layman Business

Pat Looper Business


Ronnie Lyons Pre-Dental

Buddy Lyle Physical Education

Gail McConnell Education

Leland Martin Business

Don McKenzie Science


Georgia Meek Speech

J. C. Matlock Physical Education

Terrell Methcny Speech

Buddy Moody Engineering

John Murphy Business


Gary O'Hearn Business

Buddy Patterson Personnel Administration

Jerome Porta Dramatics

John Rogillio Agriculture

Doyle Rainwater Business


Bill Starmer Business

Joyce Stanley Elementary Education

Jerry Stroud Business

Teresa Terbieten Science

Bill Thomas Business


Selma Wakefield Art

Charles Castleberfl Elma Lee White. Elementary Education

Bobby Woods Journalism

Fred Cason Business

Lino Bianchi Business


Charles Castleberry

Harry Jacobs

Jimmy Walker

Tommy Meek

Henry Pape

Collin Reynolds

Finis Ward Cox James Gibson Birney Marquis Richard Moran Bill Wilson


F I **


Jimmie Blanche Fitzgerald President

Conaly Bedell Vice-President

Charles Taylor Secretary

Mr. Claude Yancey Sponsor" Conaly Bedell President

Carol Rainwater Vice-President

Shirley Shelby Secretary


Bill Allen "The Old Master Painter"

Bronson Andrews "My Buddy"

Boh Bacon "Go, Man, Go"

Conaly Bedell "Smile"

Elizabeth Benbrook "My Secret Love"

Jimmie Bennett "Slowpoke"


Bob Blaylock 'Take Me out to the Ball Game'

Larry Brewer "Whoa, Boy!"

Glenda Caldwell "Sailors' Polka"

Carl Bruns "Crazy, Man Crazy"

Arnold Canada "Gone Fishin'

Sherwood Castner 'Yankee Doodle Dandy'


Billy Joe Cauthron "No Help Wanted"

Joe Dan Cole 'Horse and Buggy"

Jimmy Ciulla "That's the Chance You Take"

Royce Cross "She's A Lady"

Bill Cozart 'I Spoke Too Soon'

Gerry Daily "Temptation"


Bob Davenport "Mobile"

Emilie Davis "Slow and Easy'

Jimmy Durham "I'm Lookin' for Some Lovin'

Bettye Davis "Make Believe"

Rodney Earheart ''Love Nest"

David Emmons "Enjoy Yourself"


Jimrnie Blanche Fitzgerald "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered'

Shirley Fuller "Very Seldom, Frequently Ever"

Norma Gillenwater "Who's Excited?"

Bill Girard "Pecos Bill"

Pat Glenn "My Love and Devotion'

Tommy Goldsborough 'The Finger of Suspicion'


Coline Gray 'Pretty Eyed Baby'

Mrs. William Green "All Over Again"

Bill Hansard "That's My Weakness Now'

Carol Groves 'I Don't Mind"

Bill Harris 'Peddler Man"

Glenn Harvey "Dark Eyes"

Photograph not available


Jesse Hayes "Take It Away"

Harold Hedrick "Any Day Now"

Paul Honomichl "Oh, Yes Darling'

Pat Helgren "Walkin 1 With My Shadow"

David Home "Solitaire"

Rena Hunter 'Slippin' Around'


Gaylen Jenkins "Gotta Go Get My Baby'

Luther Jenkins "High Noon"

Darrell Johnson "Don't Rush Me"

David Keisman "Hesitating Blues''

Ray Kesner "Please Mr. Sun"

Tossia Lemar "Why Worry?"


Bill Lilly "A King Without a Queen'

Sammy Ludington "My Lucky Charm"

Chlora McConnell "I'm Blessed"

Don Meadows "Little Shoemaker"

Yvonne Moeller "Just Suppose"

Darla Moon "Fortune In Dreams"


Evelyn Moon ''Unbelievable"

Don Moore "Ain't Misbehavin'

Fred Moss "Yearning"

Nola Nally "You're the Cream in My Coffee."

Jerome Newman "The Fox"

John Nichodemus "Dear John"


Bill Perceful "Lonesome Polecat"

Johnny Pola "This is my Confession"

Carrol Rainwater "Count Your Blessings"

Larry Randolph "Humoresque"

Jim Ray "Mr. Sandman"

Diana Salee 'Oh!! What You Did!!'


Bill Scarth 'That Lucky Ole'Sun"

Nancy Carol Secrest "A Guy is a Guy"

Don Selby "The Roving Kind'

Shirley Shelby "That Old Black- Magic'

Douglas Shumate "Country Lovin'"

Jerry Shelby "Wimmin' '


Tony Smith "Conquest"

Mary Spradling 'My Blue Heaven'

Joe David Taylor The Rambfin' Man"

Joe Thames "Full Time Job'

Coreta Thomas "Sincerely"

Delores Thompson "Hearts of Stone"


Johna Turner "Day Dreaming"

Herman Verkamp 'How Long Has This Been Going on?'

Gordon Watson "Time Goes By"

Buddy Westphal "I Get Ideas"

Ann Wilson 'The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane'

Carolyn West "Persian Kitten'


Ruth Winford 'Little Things Mean a Lot

Ronnie Wooten "Taller Than Trees"

Pat Yandell 'Sweet and Lovely"

Doris Ann Baggett "Whither Thou Goest"

Odean Belt 'Remember Me'

Niel Bradford "You Can Count on Me"


Katherine Brocchus "'A Man Chases a Girl"

Ravern Clark "Just For Laughs"

Susan Curry "'Tcll Me Why"

Robert Goldman "Come What May"

Larry Lau "To Say You're Mine'

Joe Farned 'Busy Doing Nothing"


Charles Macaluso "Sometime, Somewhere, Somehow'

Marilyn Marrs "I'm Bewildered"

Billy Ballard Thomas Batey Robert Edward Cline Neal Carson Jack Coleman Herbert Elmore Don Foley Paul Hickey Harold Hile Wayne Hyman James Ed Johnson Richard Lockhart Jack Larkin Hugh Means Arlene Moore Lawrence Moeller Tommie Minton

Thelma Newlon Richard Nicholas Larry Pendleton Robert Joe Ruark George Shamlin Urban Sharum Donald Snow Billy Sosebee Gary Stipsky Talmage Walden Dan Trantham Zeno Walter Burl Fay White Earl Ray White James Widmer Lucille Yancey

Paul Reed "From the Halls of Montezuma'

Bob Smith "Rest My Bones"


Organizations


Bill Bardrick President

John Kagy Vice-President

Selma Wakefield Secretary

Miss Lucille Speakman Sponsor

Bill Allen Elizabeth Benbrook David Brumley

Leon Combs Robert Finch Jimmie Fitzgerald

Doyle Rainwater Teresa Terbieten Pat Yandall


David Brumley President

Mr. Tom Fullerton Sponsor

Bill Bardrick Vice-President

Elizabeth Benbrook Secretary

The primary purpose of the board is to coordinate and regulate all student enterprises.

Conaly Bedell Bill Cozart James Gibson

Tommy Goldsborough Pat Helgren John Kagy

Buddy Moody Teresa Terbieten Elma Lee White


Bill Bardrick President David Brumley Vice-President Buddy Moody Secretary

Colleen Carlile Treasurer Bobby Woods Reporter

Miss Luella Krehbiel--Sponsor

Plti

Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa promotes scholarship, develops character, and cultivates fellowship among the students in junior colleges of the entire United States. Sherwood Castner Bill Cozart John Curry

Wilma Hopkins Nola Nally Shirley Shelby Selma Wakefield

Elizabeth Benbrook


The purpose of the Mathematics Club is to promote fellowship among the students interested in mathematics, to encourage interest in mathematics, and to work for the improvement of the college.

Miss Isabella K. Smith Sponsor Jimmie Bennett Ron Lyons

David Emmons Carrol Rainwater

Don Moore Secretary

Buddy Moody President

Sammy Ludington Vice-President

Jimmy Duncan President

Sammy Ludington Vice-President

Glen Fowler Secretary

Pat Glenn Joe David Taylor

Paul Honomichl Bill Wilson

Coline Gray Tony Smith


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Bronson Andrews

Mr. C. E. Beard Sponsor

William Card Jerry Dailey Emile Davis

Sarah Ruth Edwards Robert Finch Charles Granger

Darwin Guinn Louise Hanke Howard Hardgrave Pat Helgren


John Kagy President Elma Lee White Vice-President Pat Cluck Secretary

The FTA gives training and experience to those who are interested in or planning to enter the teaching profession.

Tossia Lemarr Buddy Lyle Buddy Moody

Dark Moon Evelyn Moon Buddy Patterson Jim Ray

Diane Sallee Bill Sosebee Mary Spradling Ruthie Winford

Dick Johnson


Selma Wakefield Editor

Elizabeth Benbrook Associate Editor

Buddy Patterson Business Manager

The Numa Staff has tried to give the students of Junior College a yearbook they can be proud of and can enjoy in the years to come.

Elma Lee White Layout Editor

Gary O'Hearn Art Editor

Larry Randolph Photography

Nancy Secrest Freshmen Editor

Bob Bacon Photography

Ann Wilson Freshmen

Pat Helgren Secretary

Conaly Bedell Freshmen


John Curry Business

Bob Davenport Business

Jimmie Fitzgerald Business

Miss Mary Jo McMakin Soonsor

Pat Cluck Sophomores Editor

Wilma Hopkins Sophomores

Wayne Layman Sports Editor

Pat Yandall Sports

Teresa Terbieten Activities

Bill Scarth Activities

Frh>nr

Glenda Caldwell Organizations Editor

Evelyn Moon Organizations Editor


..David Brumley President Terry Gumm Vice-President Nancy Secrest Secretary

Music MuUc Club Glui The purpose of the Music Club is to promote interest and enjoyment in music and to sing for various programs on campus and in the Fort Smith area.

Bob Bacon Conaly Bedell

Elizabeth Benbrook Beth Branson Glenda Caldwell

Royce Cross Norma Gillenwater Pat Helgren Wilma Hopkins


Leon Combs President Bob Davenport Vice-President Teresa Terbieten Secretary

Miss Hattie May Butterfield Sponsor

Rena Hunter Don McKenzie

Buddy Moody Evelyn Moon Shirley Shelby

Coreta Thomas Johna Turner Selma Wakefield Ruthie Winford


Conaly Bedell John Kagy Elma Lee White Secretary President Vice-President The purpose of the Dramatics Club is to encourage and sponsor as well as participate in dramatic and various other speech activities in the college.

L. Brewer J. Byers J. Fitzgerald

D. Guinn D. Johnson B. Patterson T. Porta

L. Randolph N. Secrest D. Shumate T, Smith

Miss Margaret Montague Sponsor


The International Relations Club is an informal student group devoted to the study of foreign affairs. It has functioned on the Junior College campus since the early thirties and is open to all who are interested in this field.

John Curry President Tommy Goldsborough Vicc-President Elizabeth Benbrook Secretary Miss Lucille Speakman Sponsor

Tommy Goldsborough President Jimmie Fitzgerald Vice-President Glenda Caldwell Secretary

B. Bardrick D. Brumley F. Bargcr J. Durham

W. Hopkins D. Meadows J. Pola B. Woods


Veterans' Club

Composed of students who are veterans, the Veterans' Club offers social activities and fellowship to its members.

Sherwood Castner President

Jerome Porta Vice-President

Harry Jacobs Treasurer

Mr. Claude Yancey Sponsor

Bill Allen Bill Baker Neal Bradford Bill Ballard Lino Bianchi Raymond Blevins Larry Brewer Arnold Canada William Card Fred Cason Charles Castleberry Bill Cauthron Ravurn Clark Bob Cline Leon Eison David Emmons Don Foley Billy Girard Howard Hardgrave Glen Harvey Bill Harris Jack Coleman

David Holle Robert Hicks Harold Hile Darrell Johnson James Johnson Ben Lairamore Jack Larkin James Lasiter Larry Lau Bill Lilly Charles Macaltiso J. C. Matlock Don Martin Hugh Means Tommie Minton Lawrence Moeller Fred Moss John Murphy Jerome Newman John Nicodemus Larry Pendleton Lee Poague

Richard Nicholas Henry Pape Claude Patterson Paul Reed J. M. Rogers Bob Ruark John Rogillio Bill Search George Shamlin Donald Snow Bobby Smith Gary Stipsky Bill Starmer Jerry Stroud Charles Taylor Joe Glenn Thames Billy Joe Thomas Glenn Thompson Jimmy Walker Zeno Walther Winfred Shepard Bernard Westphal


Recreation Club

The Recreation Club provides extra activities and entertainment for the student body.

Tommy Meek Darwin G u i n n Bob Finch Wayne Layman Colin Reynolds Pat Looper Joe Famed Tony Smith William Card Buddy Lyle Bill Sosebee Jerry Porta Howard Hard^raves Jim Duncan Jim Bennett Don MooreBill Wilson Bill Harris

President Vice-President Secretary

Jim Charles Sponsor


Conaly Bedell President Bobby Woods Vice-President Larry Randolph Secretary

Buddy Patterson President Nancy Secrest Vice-President

Larry Randolph Secretary

Mrs. James Dearc Sponsor

Press Club

B. Cozart

The purpose of the Press Club is to f u r t h e r develop the Journalism Department of our Junior College.


Larry Randolph Associate Editor

Conaly Bedell Associate Editor

Bobby Woods Editor Larry Randolph Business Manage) Conaly Bedell Business Manager

Mrs. James Deare Sponsor Terrell Metheny Circulation Manager

Buddy Patterson Circulation Manager

The purpose of the Lion's Roar is to disseminate news of current happenings in Junior College. Shirley Fuller Feature Editor

I

Bill Cozart Reporter

Jimmic Fitzgerald Reporter

Ann Wilson Reporter


Picture not available

Amos Crisp President

Omar Shumate Vice-President

Jane Byers Secretary

Miss Mary Jo McMakin Sponsor

The purpose of the Art Club is to instill in the students a greater appreciation for the fine art in the world.

Bill Bardrick Raymond Blevins Joe Cole

Norma Gillenwater Judy Gosnell Gary O'Hearn Yvonne Moeller

Doyle Rainwater

Larry Randolph

Nancy Secrest

Teresa Terbieten

Selma Wakefield


BILL BARDRICK President of the Student Board for the First Semester and Vice-President for the Second Semester, Bill, throughout his Junior College career, has displayed outstanding qualities of leadership. Voted Most Studious Boy, President of Phi Theta Kappa, and member of the Art Club, Bill has served well at all times.

CONALY BEDELL President of the Freshman Class and Outstanding Freshman Boy, Conaly has proved to be a talented worker. He served brilliantly as Associate Editor of the Lion's Roar First Semester and as Business Manager Second Semester. His impersonation of "Yank" in "The Hasty Heart" further proved his talent. Conaly is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa.


SHERWOOD CASTNER A delightful personality and outstanding scholastic ability characterize Sherwood. President of the Veteran's Club and member of Phi Theta Kappa for the Second Semester, his keen mind and ready wit make him an asset to classroom and campus.

DAVID BRUMLEY One of the leaders of Junior College, David, a member of Phi Theta Kappa, was chosen President of the Student Board for the Second Semester. He was President of the Sophomore Class and of the Ensemble for the First Semester, and was voted "Best All Around Boy" in Junior College.


WILMA HOPKINS While maintaining a high scholastic average, Wilma also found time to work in her various clubs and was always willing to appear in college programs where her lovely voice and engaging personality were a great asset. She was voted "Most Talented Girl" by her classmates, was elected Homecoming Queen, and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa.

WAYNE LAYMAN Voted "Best Looking Boy" by our college students, Wayne was a brilliant performer on the basketball team, often high point man. He maintained a good grade average and showed himself always co-operative and ready to work for the best interests of the college.


TERESA TERBIETEN Voted the "Best All Around Girl" in Junior College, she served on the First Semester Student Board, as well as Second Semester, was a member of the Numa Staff, and served as accompanist for the choir. Wherever there is work to be done, wherever someone is needed to help with a party, a project, or a program, there is Teresa.

LARRY RANDOLPH With a high scholastic standing, Larry has displayed a tremendous talent in two fields of work. . .Dramatics and Journalism. He turned in a brilliant performance as "Lachie" in "The Hasty Heart", and did outstanding work as Business Manager of the Lion's Roar for the First Semester and as Associate Editor of the paper Second Semester. He has been elected "Wittiest Boy."


SELMA WAKEFIELD Always quiet, always unassuming, and always where she is needed. . .these are some of Selma's characteristics. Editor of the NUMA, Secretary of the First Semester Student Board, voted Outstanding Sophomore Girl, member of Ph! Theta Kappa, the Ensemble, and the Art Club, Selma was a conscientious and intelligent leader.

BOBBY WOODS Editor of the Lion's Roar for two semesters, member of Phi Theta Kappa and IRC, VicePresident of the Press Club for the First Semester, and voted "Wittiest Girl" in the college, Bobby has made outstanding contributions to Junior College. Ability, intelligence, and a willingness to work. . .these are some of the traits that characterize Bobby.


Teresa Terbieten and David Brumley BEST ALL ROUND

Bobby Woods and Larry Randolph WITTIEST

Elma Lee White and John Kagy MOST LIKELY TO 'SUCCEED

r Elizabeth Benbrook and Bill Bardrick MOST STUDIOUS


Sclma Wakefield and Buddy Moody OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORES'

Nancy Secrest and Jerome Porta FLIRTS

J i m m i e Blanche Fitzgerald and Conaly Bedell OUTSTANDING FRESHMEN

Emile Davis and Leon Combs MOST BASHFUL


MOST ATHLETIC Sara Ruth Edwards and Bob Blaylock

BEST DRESSED Floyd Barger and Jane Byers

MOST TALENTED Wilma Hopkins and Bill Allen

BEST LOOKING Pat Yandell and Wayne Layman


BENHAM DANGERS is a New York portrait painter who judged the beauties.


DARLA MOON


Yvonne Moeller

Corcta Thomas


NO. 9 BILL WILSON SOPHOMORE CENTER FROM FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS

NO. 6 GORDON WATSON FRESHMAN GUARD FROM ALMA, ARKANSAS


NO. 5 WAYNE LAYMAN SOPHOMORE FORWARD FROM FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS

NO. 0 J. C. MATLOCK SOPHOMORE GUARD FROM MULDROW, OKLAHOMA


NO. 4 TOMMY MEEK SOPHOMORE GUARD FROM FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS

NO. 8

BOB BLAYLOCK FRESHMAN FORWARD FROM MULDROW, OKLAHOMA


1954-55 LIONS Meek, Watson, Reynolds, Wilson, Blaylock, Layman, Matlock

No. 7 Colin Reynolds

Sophomore Forward From Ft. Smith, Ark.


LAYMAN SHOOTS A ONE IN ONE

HALF TIME INSTRUCTIONS


LIONS

LIONS vs. RAZORBACK RAMBLERS

vs.

POTEAU

LIONS vs. MARINES


LIONS vs. POTEAU

LIONS

vs. TEXARKANA


LIONS vs. POTEAU J. C.

THAT'S MY "SCREW SHOT"!


COACH JIMMY CHARLES

GAME SUMMARY OF THE BEST SEASON IN THE HISTORY OF F. S. J. C. FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC FSJC

(76) (52) (42) (49) (63) (72) (84) (77) (62) (54) (52) (65) (82) (57) (85) (54) (39) (106) (70.) (94) (64) (74) (63)

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

Ozark Independents (65) Eastern Okla. A & M (59) Connors Freshman (52) Hendrix College (66) Ozark Independents (53) Texarkana J. C. (96) Poteau J. C. (70) Eastern Okla. A & M (87) Southside Lumber (52) Charleston Independents (50) Dodson Avenue Pharmacists (54) Texarkana J. C. (91) AHC Motors of Alma (71) Ark. State Teachers Varsity (88) Razorback Ramblers (75) AHC Motors of Alma (88) Tulsa Univ. Freshman (66) McAlester Mariens (53) Joplin J. C. (76) Ark. State Teachers Jr. Varsity (88) Beebe Jr. College (88) McAlester Marines (59) Beebe Junior College (86)


The Mob

Ernest and Miss Mary

Ain't she sweet?

Having a ball


Quite a variety! Hail, Caesar!

Part of the Big Top


Fugitives from Justice


The Sextette at Work

Christmas in Song


May I help?

Counting branches?

Take a break, Jerome! Beautiful, isn't it?

Stackin' em High


Ooooh, what she said!

Randolph's Reading Holiday Season

Gabbin' and Goodies


Yea, Lions!

I crown you

Her Majesty Reigns

The Queen and Her Court


The girls from the Moulin Rouge

Swing your partner!


Them Thar Eyes Lachie, acting up again.

Wearing 'em shorter this year:

Shootin' the Breeze, Again Drop a Stitch?


Congratulations to Junior College

Our regular concrete and high pressure cured, lightweight masonry units have proved to be the most economical and the most attractive building material available.

ARKHOLA SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY 326 Merchants National Bank Building

FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS

RODERICK REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. MULTILIST REALTORS 2519 Rogers

Phone 3-5118

The three essentials in life—Your Church, Your School, Your Home

Serving

Bonds

Arkansas

Fire or

Oklahoma

Automobile

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Insurance

Life's best investment is a home of your own. It's your country—plan now to own a part.

RODERICK REALTY AND INSURANCE CO.


Compliments of

YOUR LOCAL FUNERAL HOMES FENTRESS 1805 No. "A", Ph. 3-6178 EDWARDS 201 No. 12, Ph. 2-8203 PUTMAN

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Congratulations

FREEMAN'S FLOWERS

BYRD'S

Goldman Hotel Building

Across from Senior High

Phone 3-9567

Ph. 3-4194

13th and Garrison Ave.

!T * *^DRUG STORE* PRESCRIPTIONS A SPfC/MJY

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PATRONIZE

YOUR ADVERTISERS


FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Fort Smith, Arkansas

Compliments of

ROBERTS JEWELRY

THE JUNIOR MISS 908 Garrison Avenue Fort Smith, Arkansas

OZARK PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO.

Diamonds

1218 Garrison Avenue

Watches

Phone 37320

Jewelry In Fort Smith It's

WIDE AWAKE RESTAURANT EXPERT WATCH REPAIR 522 Garrison Avenue J. B. Roberts 916 Garrison Avenue Fort Smith, Arkansas Fort Smith, Arkansas Air Conditioned for Your Comfort


CONGRATULATIONS

KERWIN'S FROM LUGGAGE

SPORTING GOODS

HESTAND MOTOR COMPANY

FOR QUALITY

it's STUDEBAKER DEALERS

THE JOHN FINK JEWELRY CO.

IN

Ft. Smith's Leading Jewelers for over 77 years

FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 701 Garrison Ave.

From Ft. Smith's Most Complete And Modern Department Store

CONGRATULATIONS FROM

SEARS

A FRIEND

Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Back 909 Garrison

Fort Smith

DAIRY GRAND 3016 Grand

Ph. 2-4160

AND 2225 Rogers Avenue

SURBURBAN GRILL 3116 Grand

Telephone 3-508C

CLEANERS

Ph. 3-9888

FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE

3119 Grand Avenue

Telephone 2-9408


RAIL DRUGS Prescriptions — Free Delivery

2910 Midland Fort Smith, Arkansas

Dial Sunset

BENNETTS FURNITURE COMPANY

2-0103

All Congratulations

Leading Brands of Furniture

MARTIN'S FUNERAL HOME

Mansfield, Arkansas

1 12 Garrison Avenue-Ph. 3-1126


CONGRATULATIONS

Compliments of

From the following members of

THE GOLDMAN HOTEL THE FORT SMITH SAVINGS & LOAN LEAGUE

John England

Bill England

PEOPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION UNITED BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION STANDARD FEDERAL

SAVINGS AND

LOAN ASSOCIATION FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION SUPERIOR FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

CENTRAL APPLIANCE COMPANY

What you want

Everything For Your Home TV Service and Sales

O. W. Donald, Owner 810 Rogers Avenue

Ph. 2-1012

PRINCE DRUG STORE Prince A. Willmon 1 1 1 2 Towson Avenue Fort Smith, Arkansas

Dial 29210

We t)eliver

The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Ft. Smith


PORTA'S DODGE

PLYMOUTH

Italian Restaurant Dodge—"Job Rated" Trucks 16th and Rogers

Phone 2-5451

Fort Smith, Arkansas

ROSS MOTOR COMPANY Wherever you go, Whatever you do, Dress for the occasion. 500-22 TOWSON AVENUE

S & Q CLOTHIERS

Phone 2-9135 Your Appearance Is Your Introduction

WE THINK OUR JUNIOR COLLEGE DESERVES THE COOPERATION AND SUPPORT OF ALL FORT SMITH PEOPLE FOR THE FINE JOB IT IS DOING.

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK Fort Smith, Arkansas

A GOOD BANK SINCE 1882


MORGAN'S TOT & TEEN SHOE STORE • flats

• saddles

• loafers

• loafers

Complrments of 3117 Grand Ave.

Ph. 2-1670 Congratulations

JENKINS MUSIC COMPANY

EAD'S BROTHERS Exclusively Wholesale Fort Smith, Arkansas

ECONOMY DRUG STORE B. B. Gibson, Prop. Whitman's Candy Ph. 3-4137

Real Estate Rentals

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE Prescriptions

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Insurance Loans

ERNEST WESTFALL COMPANY Fort Smith, Arkansas 2608 Rogers Ave.

Phone 2-6079

Compliments of

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Boreham Library UA Fort Smith


NUMA 1955  

1955 OF by and for the students of The Fort Smith Junior College Fort Smith, Arkansas Foreword After many long hours of concentrated effort,...

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