This book about students is for you so that in future years you may look back and be reminded of the people and the events you enjoyed together. If the Numa serves that purpose, then the work of the yearbook staff has been worthwhile.
Dedication Board of Trustees Administration
Faculty Sophomores Freshmen Organizations
Features Activities Sports Advertisements
For being an outstanding promoter of education when it is the hope of the world; For the interest he has shown in each individual student; For sponsoring the Student Board and the Freshman class; For his willingness to help the students in anything they undertake; For helping to form the new organization, Circle K; For his easy-going manner that spreads a friendly warmth to everyone; For chaperoning our parties; We offer our thanks, our sincere admiration, and this yearbook to â€”
Mr. T. L. Hunt Chairman
Miss Ed Louise Ballman
Mr. Stanley E. Evans
Mrs. Ralph Speer, Jr.
Mr. James A. Ward, III
Not Pictured Mr. Fred Alexander Mr. W. H. Lewis Mr. Marshall Yantis
The Late Mr. Collier Wenderoth, Sr.
PRESIDENT ELMER H. COOK
DEAN E. T. VINES
DEAN OF WOMEN Miss Lucille Speakman
DEAN OF MEN Mr. Thomas E. Fullerton
C. E. Beard B. S.E., M.S. Education
S, H. Blakely A . B . , M.A., Ph. D. Language
Hattie May Butterfield B.A., M.A. Music
Jim Charles B. S., M.S. Physical Education
Mrs. James C. Deare B.J. Journalism
Tom E. Fullerton B.A., M.A. Education
Mrs. Ruth Gant B.A. Commercial Education
Luella Krehbiel B.A., M.A. English
Mary Jo Me Ma kin B.A. Art
Margaret Montague B.S.E., M.A. Speech, Dramatics
James M. Moore B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. Science
Mrs. R. W. Prather B.A., M.A. Librarian
Isabella K. Smith B.A., M.A. Mathematics
Lucille Speakman B . A . , M.A. Social Science
Claud Yancey B. A. Business Administration
Mrs. Maxine Westfall Registrar
Mrs. B. W. McWilliarns Cafeteria Supervisor
Mrs. Margaret Long Cafeteria
James M. Ray Custodian
" And if you don't. .."
StarGazing Quote: "She's married." Unquote.
"Leaving a balance of $. 08."
The Dean's Dean?
Be-bop, Bottle, and Brains
Sophomore First Semester
Butterfield Sponsor first and second semesters
Golds borough President
Macaluso Vice -president
Council Second Semester
To make the sophomore class an active organization.
Conaly W. Bedell Van Buren, Arkansas Journalism
Ode an Belt Mulberry, Arkansas Business
Bob Bennett Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Lino Bianchi Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Robert Blaylock Muldrow, Oklahoma Athletics
Neal Carson Fort Smith, Arkansas Transportation
Fred Cason Greenwood, Arkansas Business
Jess Chappell Hackett, Arkansas Arts and Science
James Vincent Ciulla Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Robert Cline Fort Smith, Arkansas Science
Hugh Connor Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Bill Cozart Fort Smith, Arkansas Pre-Med
Gerry Dailey Fort Smith, Arkansas Education
Bob Davenport Fort Smith, Arkansas Music
Gene Dennis, Jr. Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Rodney Earhart Fort Smith, Arkansas Electrical Engineering
Jimmie Blanche Fitzgerald Fort Smith, Arkansas English
Don Foley Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Norma Gillenwater Alma, Arkansas Business
Tommy Golds borough Fort Smith, Arkansas Accounting
Charles Granger Lavaca, Arkansas Science
Coline Gray Van Buren, Arkansas Science
Carol Groves Fort Smith, Arkansas Dramatics
Bill Hansard Charleston, Arkansas Physical Education
William Harris Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Jess Hayes Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Donald W. Hidy Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Harold Hile Greenwood, Arkansas Journalism
Maurice Hill Van Buren, Arkansas Accounting
Darla Johnson Van Buren, Arkansas Math
James Johnson Greenwood, Arkansas Personal Management
David Keysman Huntington, Arkansas Business
Tossia Lemarr Fort Smith, Arkansas Education
Charles Macaluso Van Buren, Arkansas Physical Education
Don McKenzie Fort Smith, Arkansas Science
Don Meadows Fort Smith, Arkansas Accounting
Hugh Means Van Buren, Arkansas Business
Marshall Means Van Buren, Arkansas Business
Evelyn Moon Fort Smith, Arkansas Science
Don Moore Fort Smith, Arkansas Engineering
Nola Nally Fort Smith, Arkansas Education
Mrs. G. H. Newlon Fort Smith, Arkansas Elementary Education
Glenda Patterson Fort Smith, Arkansas Science
Carrol Rainwater Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Bill Scarth Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Nancy Carol Secrest Fort Smith, Arkansas Speech
Don Selby Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Rae Sessions Van Buren, Arkansas Speech
Shirley Shelby Fort Smith, Arkansas English
Bobby Smith Fort Smith, Arkansas Accounting
Don Snow Van Buren, Arkansas Accounting
Bill Sosebee Lavaca, Arkansas Education
Joe David Taylor Fort Smith, Arkansas Science
Don Tilley Fort Smith, Arkansas Pre-Med
Barbara Tompkins Fort Smith, Arkansas Music
Mrs. Ethel Turner Fort Smith, Arkansas Education
Gordon Watson Alma, Arkansas Science
Carolyn Sue West Fort Smith, Arkansas Elementary Education
Buddy Westphal Fort Smith, Arkansas Business
Burl White Cecil, Arkansas Education
Earl White Cecil, Arkansas Education
Lucille Yancey Mansfield, Arkansas Education
Bill Bardrick Fort Smith, Arkansas
Leon Combs Ratcliff, Arkansas
Bobby Woods Van Buren, Arkansas
He kissed her.
He crowned her.
The royalty reigned.
cheers Queen Barbara
And the band played on.
Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept.
12-13 -registration 14 - classes begin 24 - mixer party 26-30 - student board elections
Oct. Oct. Oct Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.
3 - class elections 5 - formation of sophomore council 6 - freshman - sophomore football game 12 - bus trip to U of A play - Sabrina Fair 19 - formation of freshman council 22 - freshman all-school party 24 - formation of association of women students 27 - tryouts for Barretts of Wimpole Street 31 - basketball practice starts
Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov.
2 - election of AWS officers 3-7 - vacation for teachers convention 5 - election of cheerleaders 7-19 - freshman initiation 9 - education week open house 11 - bus trip to U of A play - The Corn Is Green 19 - sophomore all-school party
Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.
1 - basketball season opens against College of Ozarks 15 - tree-trim party 16 - Christmas party 17 - Jan. 2 - Christmas vacation
Jan, Jan. Jan. Jan.
12-14 - presentation of Barretts of Wimpole Street 25 - flunkers fling 27 - end of semester 30 - F eb. 1 -second semester registration
Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.
2 - semester begins 5 - fine arts program 6 - 10 - student board elections 13 - class elections 15 - homecoming 25 - basketball season ends against Texarkana JC 29 - organization of circle K
March March March March
20 23 24 30
18 - senior day
May May May May
1 - may day party 19 - spring prom 27 - baccalaureate 31 - commencement
radio-tv series starts sadie hawkins day party PTK initiation April 2 - Easter Vacation
Sponsor first and second semesters
Council Second Semester
To promote activities of the freshman class.
Lloyd, B. R.
r James Albertson Fort Smith, Arkansas
Nadine Andrews Fort Smith, Arkansas
Shirley Lou Anderson Fort Smith, Arkansas
Larry Don Bates Barling, Arkansas
Dewel Basham Van Buren, Arkansas
; Shelba Bethel Ganns, Oklahoma
Bill Bennett Fort Smith, Arkansas
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Nancy Bever Fort Smith, Arkansas
Ronald Blaylock Alma, Arkansas
Karen Bounds Fort Smith, Arkansas
Elizabeth Britt Fort Smith, Arkansas
Emma Jo Brown Fort Smith, Arkansas
Phyllis Brewer Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bobby Brooks Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jim Bryan Greenwood, Arkansas
Robert Carson Fort Smith, Arkansas
Gradie Crowley Fort Smith, Arkansas
Harold Crumrize Fort Smith, Arkansas
Nancy Degan Fort Smith, Arkansas
Ma ye Belle Dedman Mansfield, Arkansas
Thomas Faucett Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bob Curtis Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jerry Faught Fort Smith, Arkansas
Hugh Faulk Fort Smith, Arkansas
Alice Fee Fort Smith, Arkansas
Arden Fennell Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bill Frantz Fort Smith, Arkansas
Foster Gay Fort Smith, Arkansas
I Dian Freeman Fort Smith, Arkansas
Dick Flynn Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Jerry Frisby Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bobbie Frost Fort Smith, Arkansas
Neva Gabbard Van Buren, Arkansas
Pat Gillespie Fort Smith, Arkansas
Barbara Hancock Fort Smith, Arkansas
Patsy Green Lavaca, Arkansas
Linda Harrison Fort Smith, Arkansas
Leon Golf Fort Smith, Arkansas
Joe Hart Fort Smith, Arkansas
Zoe Head Greenwood, Arkansas
Robert E. Hendren Van Buren, Arkansas
Mary Allyn Henson Fort Smith, Arkansas
Betty Hughart Greenwood, Arkansas
Bill Krone Fort Smith, Arkansas
Joan Holt Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jack Jones Fort Smith, Arkansas
Eddie Kutiat Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jack Larkin Fort Smith, Arkansas
Margaret Lattimore Muldrow, Oklahoma
Roy Gene Law Fort Smith, Arkansas
Verna Lou Lloyd Fort Smith, Arkansas
Billie Ruth Lloyd Fort Smith, Arkansas
James Love Van Buren, Arkansas
Joe Lewers Alma, Arkansas
Thomas Loyd Van Buren, Arkansas
John Luce Fort Smith, Arkansas
William McBride Hackett, Arkansas
Sue McCabe Fort Smith, Arkansas
Robert McGrew Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bill McMillan Fort Smith, Arkansas
Annabeth McCracken Fort Smith, Arkansas
Carol Sue McKinney Fort Smith, Arkansas
Billy Marion Van Buren, Arkansas
John Paul Ma this Hackett, Arkansas
Arlene Moore Fort Smith, Arkansas
Dennis Mobeck Fort Smith, Arkansas
Nancy Oliver Greenwood, Arkansas
Rex Murdock Fort Smith, Arkansas
Murl Parker Alma, Arkansas
Mary Moorman Fort Smith, Arkansas
Tommy Price Fort Smith, Arkansas
Claudette Rapp Fort Smith, Arkansas
David Rathbun Fort Smith, Arkansas
Kay Ratteree Fort Smith, Arkansas
Paul Reed Van Buren, Arkansas
Mary Eugenia Ray Fort Smith, Arkansas
Qiarlcs Harris Robertson Fort Smith, Arkansas
Janice Ray Greenwood, Arkansas
David Ross Mountainburg, Arkansas
Kenneth Ross Mountainburg, Arkansas
Bill Russell Fort Smith, Arkansas
Ralph Sanders Fort Smith, Arkansas
Kenneth Schenk Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jack Schoeppey Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bob Sangster Fort Smith, Arkansas
Paul Schlaf Fort Smith, Arkansas
Donna Gail Schreier Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bob Scott Fort Smith, Arkansas
Ronald Self Fort Smith, Arkansas
Paul Sidler Fort Smith, Arkansas
George Smith Fort Smith, Arkansas
Ted Stark Fort Smith, Arkansas
Bill Smith, Jr. Fort Smith, Arkansas
Herbert Smith Barling, Arkansas
John Harvey Sterling Fort Smith, Arkansas
Gary Stipsky Fort Smith, Arkansas
Richard Stubblefield Fort Smith, Arkansas
Jim Thames Greenwood, Arkansas
Pat Todd Fort Smith, Arkansas
Charles Vaughn Fort Smith, Arkansas
Margaret Thompson Van Buren, Arkansas
Jimmy Van Meter Charleston, Arkansas
Jim Lee Walton Fort Smith, Arkansas
Kaye Ward Fort Smith, Arkansas
Elizabeth Warnock Alma, Arkansas
James Wear Fort Smith, Arkansas
Don White Mountainburg, Arkansas
Shirley Windsor Fort Smith, Arkansas
Phillip Weaver Lavaca, Arkansas
George White Fort Smith, Arkansas
R. J. Woods Barling, Arkansas
Karl Worst Fort Smith, Arkansas
Carol Ann Zahn Fort Smith, Arkansas
Glen F. Cooksey Van Buren, Arkansas
Hobart Molder, Jr. Alma, Arkansas
Russell Blaylock Alma, Arkansas
Wrenetta Christian Van Buren, Arkansas
T. E. Hines Fort Smith, Arkansas
Charles Shultz Van Buren, Arkansas
Jim B. Bolin Freshman
Billye Bumpass Freshman
Henry Ebbing Freshman
Billy Martin Freshman
Chlora McConnell Freshman
Howard Patterson Freshman
Joyce Phillips Freshman
Charles Don White Freshman
John Ike Wilson Sophomore
First-hand or I Fish market?
Side by side
Ooh - He's wonderful
Who pulled the funny?
Holt giving directions!
Top hat and smile
Brawn and charm
McKinney Assistant Editor
Mc Grew Art
Davenport Business Manager ADVERTISING COMMITTEE
Student Board FIRST SEMESTER Purpose: To organize and direct student activities.
Go Ids borough
Purpose: To encourage development of scholastic ability and character.
Bedell Vice President
Lions Roar Purpose: To disseminate news of current happenings.
Rainwater Business Manager
Sanders Business Manager
NEWS WRITERS Fitzgerald
Brown, E. J.
Lloyd. V. L.
Ray, J. Accompanist
Purpose: To offer fellowship for its members.
Fitzgerald Anderson Vice-president Secretary Purpose: A group for the setting up of policies and projects of the women students.
Ray, M. E.
Not Pictured Irene Bieker Jimmy Byers Mrs. Lyda B. Hayes Amy Miller Kate Musgrove
Me Ma kin Sponsor
Purpose: To instill in students a greater appreciation of fine art.
Purpose: To interest students in the teaching profession.
Macaluso Vice President
Wood, R. J.
Freeman Head Cheerleaders
Purpose: To further speech and dramatic activities on the campus.
Schreier Vice president
Lloyd, B. R.
Crumrine Vice President
Purpose: To provide fellowship for students interested in mathematics.
Purpose: Fellowship for students interested in music.
Lloyd, V. L. Vice President
Brown, E. J
Curtis, B. Treasurer
Lloyd, V. L.
Deare Sponsor Purpose: To further develop the journalism department.
Best known, perhaps, as the dynamic editor of the Lion's Roar, Conaly has a brilliant record in other activities of the college. He played the male lead in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" , was president of the sophomore class the first semester, and a representative on the Student Board for the second semester. Voted "Best All Around Boy" by his classmates, Conaly was also on the Dean's list, and vice-president of Phi Theta Kappa.
Bob will long be remembered for his outstanding performance as the -choleric father in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" . In addition to being hignly successful as business manager of the Numa, he has been active in the Jacque andjestre club and in (he choir. He was also voted "Most Talented Boy" in junior college. Bob's many abilities and his personality have won for him the respect and admiration of others.
JIMMIE BLANCHE FITZGERALD
Jimmie Blanche, voted "Best All A round Girl" by junior college students, has quietly proved her ability in numerous activities. She has worked efficiently and without fanfare as editor of the Numa. She has been on the Student Board for two semesters, serving as secretary the first semester, and was elected vice-president of the Association of Women Students second semester. Jimmie worked faithfully as a reporter on che Lion's Roar all year, and was on the Dean's list.
President of the sophomore class for the second semester, and a Student Board representative first semester, Tommy was one of the main factors in starting the pep band formed this year at the college. During the intramural football games between the freshman and sophomore men, his enthusiastic interest helped to make the project a success.
Pat was acclaimed by his classmates as the "Outstanding Freshman Boy." He was president of the freshman class first semester, and served as a representative on the Student Board second semester. Pat made the Dean's list and was elected president of the Circle K club, a new organization started this year.
Arlene was selected one of the candidates for the title of Numa beauty. She was chosen by the student body as the "Best Loo king Girl" in junior college. A member of the college choir, she also made the Dean's list. Arlene's ability and happy personality have been a very definite addition to the staff in the business office this year.
Capable business manager of the Lion's Roar second semester, Ralph has also been on the Student Board for two semesters. He has shown he is a capable student in many ways, serving as president of the Math club first semester, making the Dean's list, and as an active worker in the Press club. Ralph was also.elected to Phi Theta Kappa.
Jim has proved that athletic ability and brains often go together. He made his letter in Junior College basketball, and was on the Dean's list. An asset to the Sophomore Council first semester, heservedas vice-president of the Student Board second semester. His good natured manner and friendly smile have earned him many friends.
JACK SCHOEPPEY Jack was elected by the freshmen to serve as their second semester president. He was one of the main forces in organizing the junior college pep band, and served faithfully and efficiently as the director of it. His cooperation and interest in a 11 the school activities have made him anoutstanding member of the student body.
Malt Of, Same,
NANCY SECREST Nancy's sympathetic and delightful portr ayal of Elizabeth Barrett in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" was one of the highlights of the college play. She was on the Dean's list, the Numastaff, and had worked faithfully with the choir. Nancy is also a member of the Press club and the Future Teachers of America.
Qae SedAiottl HONORABLE MENTION
Canal Qia^ed. HONORABLE MENTION
BEST ALL AROUND Jimmie Blanche Fitzgerald and Conaly Bedell
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Shirley Windsor and Roy Law
FRIENDLIEST Shirley Anderson and Charles Macluso
OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORES Carolyn West Scarth and Don McKenzie
OUTSTANDING FRESHMEN Carol Sue McKinney and PatGillespie
MOST BASHFUL Barbara Hancock and Jim Ray
WITTIEST Emma Jo Brown and Bob Hendren
MOST TALENTED Shirley Shelby and Bob Davenport
BEST LOOKING Arlene Moore and Jerry Frisby
FLIRTS Nancy Bever and Eddie Kutait
BEST GROOMED Annabeth McCracken and Tommy Goldsborough
MOST ATHLETIC Dian Freeman and Bob Blaylock (absent when picture was taken)
MOST STUDIOUS Mary Ray and James Wear
Getting in the mood And starting things off right, The students got acquainted. On a Friday night.
Making it rough on the freshmen The sophs had their say. Their official term? Initiation, The Simon Legrees* heyday!
The place where students Their know how seek , Was proudly shown in guided tours For National Education Week.
Frolic and fun went hand in hand When JC students struck up the band, To attend a showing of "Sabrina Fair" At the U. of A. , and leave all care .
A skit, style show, and pie supper That really were the most, Composed a big evening With the sophs playing host.
"Fun for all and all for fun!" Was the happy cry of everyone; With everything trimmed, ribboned, and belled, A tree-trim and Christmas party were held .
With lots of talent and hard work galore, "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" came to the fore; The entire cast and all the crew Gave some wonderful performances for me and you. Cast members not pictured are: Shirley Anderson, Jerry Frisby, Robert Carson, Charles Robertson, Ann Wilson, and Bob Hendron.
After crowning the queen And winning the game, To the homecoming dance The victors came!
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