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F. S. J. C. cheerleaders in Fort Smith's Christmas Parade

table of


1964 Numa Dedicated to Hoyle C. Carolan Because of his friendliness, his devotion to his duties at Fort Smith Junior College; and because he has served the school for many years as a faculty member, the Numa Staff and its sponsors dedicate the 1964 Numa to Mr. H. C. Carolan.

With a cup of coffee in one hand and a cigarette in the other, Mr. Carolan trudges back to class in the rain.

HOYLE CLEM CAROLAN

Whether lecturing to his classes or giving helpful suggestions, H. C. Carolan is always ready to give valuable assistance to students.


Experienced caller H. C. Carolan sponsors the FSJC Square Dance Club, a group of interested square dancers who practice every Monday night.

Learning the perplexing square dance patterns and movements as taught by H. C. Carolan is more of a task than most casual onlookers realize.


Board of T r u s t e e s Moves Onward HUGH HARDIN Chairman of the Board.

Unselfishness and diligence characterize the work of the members of the Board of Trustees, the guardians of Fort Smith Junior College. With the best interest of the college and its students in mind, these men have led the school forward for many years.

DONALD FLANDERS Vice-Chairman

The satisfaction of helping education is the reward for these outstanding men, who work in many different fields. Faced with the responsibility of formulating the policies of the college, they strive to make decisions that will benefit the school now and in future years.

CHRIS CORBIN Secretary

S. E. EVANS

WOODSON HOLBROOK

T. L. HUNT

MRS. NANCY ORR

E. S. STEPHENS


Advisory

Board

MISS ED LOUISE BAlLMAN MRS. TOM CUTTING CURTIS GOLDTRAP

G. C. HARDIN FRANKLIN HAWKINS SAM PHILLIPS

CLYDE RANDALL, JR. MRS. RALPH SPEER, JR. REV. JOHN SHOEMAKER

MEANS WILKINSON K. D. WILLARD R. A. YOUNG, JR.

Gives

Recommendations


President Vines Leader in Junior Colleges Under the leadership of Dr. E. T. Vines, Fort Smith Junior College is becoming a model for community colleges in the state. Dr. Vines has spent much of his time studying the concept of the junior college and its application in the community college. Returning from a summer of lecturing in North Carolina, he began work immediately on an addition to the Technical School and early in 1964 he announced plans for the construction of a fieldhouse adjacent to the Jeffrey Boy's Club. Dr. Vines continues to support actively the trend toward the community college by working to create an atmosphere of Academic excellence and outstanding technical achievement at F. S. J. C.

Concerned with the future of the College Dr. Vines contemplates the wide scope of the Community College concept.

Ready to face any problem squarely and to take the appropriate action, Dr. Vines meets the many challenges of the presidency. 10


College is Served by Three Deans Mr. Thomas E. Fullerton has been everything to Fort Smith Junior College: teacher, counselor, dean, public relations expert-but this year he has been given the official title of Dean of the College. This doesn't mean that he'll have fewer duties, but that he'll have more. Sometime this spring Dean Fullerton will meet and talk to every high school student body in the Fort Smith area, complete a new catalogue, schedule classes for day and night school, supervise registration-What we're trying to say is that F. S. J. C. is a better place because of him. T. E. FULLERTON, B.A., M.A. Dean of the College

Deans Fullerton and Breedlove confer with President Vines concerning construction which is soon to begin on the new student parking lot.


Dean of Women has the sound of dignity. This is true of Lucille Speakman, Dean, of Women, Fort Smith Junior College. In the past, as a teacher, and now as dean and teacher, she is an example for both men and women. Aside from her duties as an administrator, Dean Speakman carries a heavy teaching load, meeting classes in Western Civilization and Sociology each day. It isn't unusual to see a line of students outside her office door waiting to give oral book reports.

LUCILLE SPEAKMAN B.A., M.A. Dean of Women

SHELBY BREEDLOVE B.S.E., M.S.E. Dean of Men

Have you ever seen Coach Breedlove angry? With his team two points behind and ten seconds left on the clock, our Dean of Men exhibits the same self-control he has toward all situations. In the Dean's office or on the basketball court he is the dynamic image of a young man completely in control of himself and his environment. Coach Breedlove also teaches. He instructs classes in Health and Safety and Sports Fundamentals and is presently involved with the problem of erecting a new fieldhouse.


History of FSJC Fort Smith Junior College was organized in 1928 under the supervision of the Board of Education of the Fort Smith School System. Housed originally in the Stadium of Fort Smith High School, the college slowly continued its growth. In 1952, the college moved to its present location with eight faculty members. Today, the college has 29 faculty members, offers courses in 24 different fields, and has a student enrollment of over 1500.

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The Administration building is one of the original buildings on this site.


Seen at night, Old Main's lights serenely reflect the idea of study.

Before 1952, Old Main was a part of the Sebastian County Home for the Poor. 15


Remaining one of the most popular buildings on the campus, the Student Center still provides a haven of rest for the biggest student body in the history of the school.

Operating on almost an "around-the-clock" basis, the Student Center's facilities are used by both day and night school students whose enrollment figures are near equal.

Looking East from the Administration building, two of the newer additions to the FSJC plant include the Fine Arts and Library buildings.


Many FSJC students commute to school daily from outlying towns in the Fort Smith area.

Campus Reflects Old Traditions: New Progress

Few people realize the amount of students that attend classes after dark. The FSJC night school program is designed to provide the opportunity for those who work during the day to gain college credits.

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Campus Scenery

Reflects "People"

A new addition to the faculty, Logan Green not only directs the FSJC Choir but also gives individual voice instructions. Hoping to glean further information than that which usual classroom discussion provides, Gary Boyd and instructor Robert Amos demonstrate the closer studentinstructor relationship that exists at FSJC.

Each year, the classes of FSJC get bigger and bigger, but determined instructors still take time to give individual attention to their students.

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Sooner or later, almost every faculty member stops by Room F-104 to chat with James "Pete" Howard, art instructor (left) This time it happened to be Robert Runner, social science instructor, and H. C. Carolan, speech instructor.

Looking every bit as unfriendly as he isn't, Dean T. E. Fullerton always takes time out to visit the various departments of the College.

A typical FSJC instructor, Robert Runner is always ready to help students learn more about his chosen field.

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Department of English and Foreign Languages

S. H. BLAKELY B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Chairman

BETSY HOLT ALTMAN B. A., M. A.

MRS. KATHERINE FRANCIS B. S., M. A.

Demonstrating the i n d i v i d u a l attention given students at FSJC, Mrs. Betsy Altman pauses to clarify an English assignment. 20

Each student who graduates from F.S. J.C. must take courses in the field of English. Basic knowledge in this area is necessary in order for one to understand and appreciate his rich cultural heritage and to communicate his ideas to other people. For the more advanced students there are courses such as Masterpieces of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, taught by Dr. S. H. Blakely. An opportunity to develop skills in writing and editing is given to students who choose to work on the student publications. Miss Bobby Woods supervises the journalism activities.


Earphones provide invaluable assistance to these students who take advantage of the newly equipped foreign language listening room.

MRS. RUTH HASTINGS A.B., M.A. BOBBY WOODS B.A.J., M.A.


Department of Social Science

To understand the present one must be acquainted with the past. The Department of Social Sciences offers

classes in

history for

classes in

the purpose

economics and LUCILLE SPEAKMAN B.A., M.A. Chairman

political

and science

so

that

we may understand problems facing the world now. Miss Lucille Speakman is head of F.S. J.C.'s newly organized Social Science Department and teaches Western Civilization, Social Problems, Sociology, and English History. Jerry Atkinson is new to the faculty. He occupies the chair of Bible and teaches two courses in Religion. Harold Hile is also a new addition to the department. Although he teaches a course in Economics, his primary duties on the campus are in guidance and counseling.

JERRY L. ATKINSON B.A., M.A.

HAROLD H. HILE B.S., M.S.E.


Prospective Student Board officers and representatives give rousing speeches at the first assembly of the year, demonstrating the freedom of speech that exists at FSJC.

A new addition to the FSJC faculty, Mrs. Dorothy Rappeport assists Joe Smith with his philosophy assignment.

ROBERT C. RUNNER B.S.E., M.A.

MRS. DOROTHY RAPPEPORT B.F.A., M.Ed.


Symbols and formulas form a backdrop for a lecture by Bill Wilson in his class in plane trigonometry, a course in theory and application.

JESSE W. ANTHONY B.S.A., M.S. Chairman B. G. AMOS B.S. B. L. HOLDER B.S.E, M.S.


Department of Science and Mathematics In an era of rapidly expanding technological achievements, the fields of science and mathematics assume new

importance.

A basic foundation of knowledge and skills obtained

in the

junior

JOHN A. ROCKWELL, JR. B.A., M.Ed.

college aids the

student in meeting the challenges of the future

Courses in

the

physical

sciences,

natural sciences and all phases of mathematics, are offered. Noel Rowbotham, a graduate of the University of Arkansas, is a new instructor in the physical sciences. The department has been expanded to include the new courses in physics,

organic chemistry,

tive analysis.

and quantitaNOEL ROWBOTHAM B.S.

WILLIAM WILSON B.S.

Aided by a model of the circulatory system, these students hope to gain more knowledge about biological science.

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CLAUD W. YANCEY B.S., M.B.S. Chairman

JIM B. BOL1N B.S.B.A.

MRS. RUTH GANT B.S.E. & M.A.

Mid-semester grades are given by Jim Bolin, business instructor and business manager of the college.


Department of Business and Secretarial Science The purpose of the Department of Business is to educate young men and women for positions of leadership and service in private business and nonbusiness organizations. Fundamental knowledge is gained here in F.S.J.C. that enables students to maintain an uninterrupted study at any four-year school. Electric typewriter, rotary calculators, and other business machines are used in the secretarial science courses to give vital training to the student. Mrs. Tom Pryor, who has completed residence work at the University of Arkansas for the Ph.D., is a new instructor this year in business. Mrs. James Winn, a graduate of North Eastern Oklahoma State College, has joined the department this year.

MRS. TOM PRYOR B.S.B.A., M.B.A.

MRS. JAMES WINN B.S.E.

One of six instructors in the business department, Mrs. Ruth Gant teaches both speed and accuracy in typewriting class.


Department of Fine Arts The arts are man's only valid means of self expression. Throughout history, from the cave to the skyscraper, he has, in some way or another, incorporated his art with his living. Art is personal, and the creative urge must have complete freedom. There is this atmosphere at Fort Smith Junior College and it is the purpose of the Fine Arts Department Faculty to perpetuate it. Music, Speech, and Art were departmentalized this year and all activities in these various fields are being coordinated.

HATTIE M. BUTTERFIELD B.M., M.M., D.F.A. Chairman HOYLE C. CAROLAN B.A., M.A.

Louise Searls and Loretta Worner try their hand at ink and charcoal sketching, one of the mixed-media taught in Drawing and Painting.

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Experiencing almost no stage fright, Mary Jane Porter can now deliver a speech without flaw. Can't she Mr. Carolan?

LOGAN GREEN B.A., M. Mus. E.

JAMES E. HOWARD B.A.

Coordination of the fine arts is relatively simple, for the goals of all are basically the same. Logan Green, who is new to the faculty, and teaches Choir and Public School Music, plans, with Mr. Carolan, to present a joint production in music and drama sometime in the future. Drawing and Painting, Art History, Public School Art, and Introduction to Art are taught by James Howard. The latter course is new and is designed to meet requirements of the four year colleges in this area. 29


Choir Members: Row 1, Rita Gibson, Susan LaFontaine, Mary Massegee, Shirley Smith, Jo Clair Britt, Wanda Furr, Row 2, Judy Adams, Mary Stewart, Janie Carroll, Linda Klober, Estelle Bing,Georgia Remilliard, Linda James. Row 3, Leon Bugg, Don Tenksleary, Paul Stafford, Jim Hannah, Tom Richison, Sam Jones, Ross Payne, Wayne Purdom.

Conducting the Christmas performance of the Choir, Logan Green calls for sudden action.

Green Named New Director Of FSJC Choir Reorganization under the new director and the formation of a Mixed Octet from the members of the choir, were two of the steps necessary for the preparation of Choir programs. Early in October the Choir appeared on local T.V. and later they made a short tour to College of the Ozarks. Several outstanding programs were presented locally. Green proved an outstanding group could be achieved during his first year at FSJC. Members of the Octet were: Janie Carroll, Wanda Furr, Rita Gibson, Mary Massagee, Linda Klober, Paul Stafford, Mark Mankin, Wayne Purdom, and James Hannah.


Department of Education and Psychology Learning to work with people is a challenge. The

Department

of

Education and

Psychology trains students not only to teach but to guide and counsel. Claud Snow, new instructor in this Department, will receive his Ed.D. degree in the Spring of 1964. Shelby Breedlove, in the area of Physical Education, seeks to develop the physical side of the individual and train in sportsmanship and coaching. This Department also embraces such areas as camp counseling, leadership training and physical health. Juvenile Literature, taught by Miss Mardell Christello, is a popular course for those majoring in elementary education. Counseling with students is an important task for Hollis Simpson, Chairman of- the department.

HOLLIS SIMPSON B.S.E., M.Ed. Chairman

SHELBY BREEDLOVE B.S.E., M.S.E.

MARDELL CHRISTELLO B.S.E., M.Ed.

CLAUD SNOW B.S, M.S., (Ed. D.)


FSJC Guidance Program Expanded Added to the staff this year was Mr. Harold Hile, Guidance counselor. Mr. Hile supervises the

student

advisory

system, the

counseling service, financial

student

aid, part

time

employment, and along with these' duties, he works with all student organizations in terms of student welfare, morale, and discipline. Hile is a graduate of Arkansas

State

Teachers College. Much of his time is devoted to public relations.

HAROLD HILE B.S., M.S.E. Guidance Counselor

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Library Staff Provides Able Assistan

A vital facility of any academic institution is the Library. F.SJ.C. is fortunate to have Miss Dorothy Beck serving as librarian. Necessary to provide

efficient

service is the staff which aids Miss Beck. These girls spend many hours cataloguing, classifying, and shelving the books which are constantly being added to the collection. The Library now houses approximately 9000 volumes and a generous budget is provided for ordering new selections. During the '63-'64 academic year, an emphasis was placed on the acquisition of valuable periodicals.

MISS DOROTHY GRACE BECK Librarian 33


FSJC

MRS. MAXINE WESTFALL Executive Secretary

MARY BARLOW Clerk

ROSEMARY CHRISTELLO Athletic Secretary

MRS. DOROTHY DURDEN Development Secretary

MRS. EVA PRYOR Secretary to the Business Mgr.

MRS. JOYCE SHOPFNER Secretary to the Dean


Staff

MRS. CHRISTINE ALLISON Cafeteria Assistant

MRS. BESS McWILLIAMS Manager, Cafeteria

MRS. LUCILLE REID Cafeteria Assistant

CHARLEY SANDERS Janitor

JOE SCHWARTZ Maintenance

EARL TIDWELL Head of Maintenance

JEFF WALKER Janitor

LOVELL WALKER Janitor


Swift David Finch drives to the free-throw line for a jump shot during F.S.J.C.'s first Varsity-Alumni game. Bill Howell, between Talmadge Talkington (24) and Mike Stubblefield (10), arrives too late to block it.

Basketball is the major sport

The Lions are supported this year by an especially peppy group of cheerleaders. They will accompany the team on all road games. 38


at FSJC

COACH SHELBY BREEDLOVE Director of Athletics

Basketball is the major sport at F.S.J.C. and it is only logical that there is some emphasis placed on it, but the philosophy of our Athletic department is one which stresses fun and sportsmanship rather than winning and publicity. The Numa staff feels that this is a healthy attitude and credit should be given to Coach Breedlove for initiating and furthering it.

BILL WILSON Chairman of Athletic Committee 39


Fort Smith's J.C. Lions, under the tutelage of Coach Shelby Breedlove, must assume as scholarly an attitude in the class room as they do a ferocious one in their cage contests. Breedlove stated early in the season, that due to a strenuous training program, this is the best conditioned team he's ever coached. "We may not win many games" he stated, "but we'll give 'em a tussle." The Lions haven't let him down. They chalked up an 83-61 score against recent J.C. grads in the Alumni contest, and took Oklahoma State Tech's Technicians by ten points in the first conference tilt.

JAMES BRIDGES 6'2" Freshman

LARRY BUNCH 6'5" Freshman

Conditioning pays off with Lions

Mike Stubblefield "hawks" the ball as the Lions prove too much for their old team mates in the Alumni game. 40


A good crowd was on hand to welcome J.C.'s Alumni who were represented by previous coaches as well as students.

doubling as scholars

LEREY CASSIL 5'8" Freshman

JERRY DAVIS 6' Sophomore

RONNIE DEAN 5'11" Sophomore

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Noah Johnson has seemingly lost his head in the basketball during the Lions first game of the Bi-State Tournament.

Lions place fourth in annual bi-

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BUTCH EDWARDS 5'11" Freshman

JAMES FIELDS 5'7" Freshman

DAVID FINCH 5'9" Sophomore


The Lions were host team in the 1963 Bi-State Tournament and came out fourth best as they lost one, won one, and lost one. Their inability to stop one man cost them their first victory. Southern Baptist of Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, dumped the Blue and White 103-89 as the Eagle's Ken Wilkerson ripped the nets for 55 tallies. In the second tilt Oklahoma State Tech was downed 97-73 and the Lions went into the final game with a chance to tie for second place. With only seconds left and trailing by four points, the Lions hit for two. St. Gregory then froze the ball until the final gun.

state tourney

JIMMY HOLLAND 6' Sophomore

NOAH JOHNSON 5'9" Sophomore

A resigned crowd of Lion rooters view the first game of the Bi-State Tourney which saw Southern Baptist out on top to a 103-89 tune. 43


The Bi-State Junior College Athletic Conference is made up of four teams: Oklahoma State Tech Technicians, St. Gregory Junior College Cavaliers, Bacone College Warriors, and Fort Smith Junior College Lions. Two other Junior Colleges have been invited to join the conference: Southern Baptist Junior College of Walnut Ridge, and Beebe Junior College-a branch of Arkansas State. Each member school must compete in three sports. Basketball, baseball, and either golf, tennis, or track are mandatory sports. This tendency toward expansion is very much a part of F.S.J.C.'s future, for a new field house will be erected some time in the next year.

WAYNE KING 6' Freshman

BILL MORELAND 6' Freshman

The Bi- State Conference plans

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Talmadge Talkington is not only a great rebounder, but he has great expressions.


Here are our cheerleaders again, in a more formal pose; row 1: Ruby Threlkeld, Linda Klober, and Janie Cafroll; row 2: Marilinda Green, Carolyn Rincon, Twania Pound, and Donna Davis.

to expand

LYNDON MORRIS 5'8" Freshman

ROBBIE PEARSON 5'10" Freshman

GARY ROTERT 6' Sophomore

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Your Numa photographer captured some of the Lions at a pep rally. Turnout was so small, for this event, that they were the only subjects to shoot.

First conference loss proves

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BOB SCOTT 5'10" Freshman

MIKE STUBBLEFIELD 6'2" Freshman

TALMADGE TALKINGTON 6'3" Sophomore


It is said of junior colleges that they have the lowest school spirit rating of any of the institutions of higher learning. Reasons be what they are F.S.J.C. suffers this malady. It is understood that a cure can not be bought or forced on the student body, but the fact that our school has had two Ail-Americans in two years, and placed fourth in the nation two years ago, should be reason enough for pride and spirit. There is one solution to the problem which hasn't been mentioned—that is to change our major sport. Change it from basketball to bridge, then school spirit would soar!

DANNY WILSON 6'1" Freshman

BILL WELLS 5'11" Freshman

importance of spirit Coach Shelby Breedlove has a reputation for being "cool and calm" in all situations. His example, and the fact that he inspires the team through reason, always keeps the Lions in contention.


F.S.J.C.'s cheerleaders moved their pep rally outside on a bright blustery day to send the Lions off to John Brown University.

Managers and Cheerleaders

Mack Rodgers and Johnny James are sophomores this year, and will leave the Lions after having served as student managers for two years. The Numa staff says thanks for a job well done. We would also like to give credit to our hard working cheerleaders. They accompanied the team to all out of town games, organized rallies, and provided a wealth of spirit here at home. (See pages 54 thru 57.)

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JOHNNY JAMES Student Manager

MACK RODGERS Student Manager


The 1964 Freshman basketball squad numbers ten men, including the student manager. (Standing) Wayne Purdom, Wayne King. James Robinson, Larry Bunch, and Danny Wilson. (Seated) Bill Moreland, Bob Scott, Lyndon Morris, Rob Pearson, and Bill Wells.

Basketball ''B" Team RECORD FSJC — Opp. Prince Drug Drifters Greiner Motor Bacone Connors Connors Independents Bacone Independents

84 64 95 67 81 53 86 73 64

61 59 91 71 85 60 70 91 66

A well guarded and unknown Lion drives in for a lay-up during the Alumni Game. James Robinson (31) waits for a possible rebound.


The 17 members of the varsity, including the team managers, pose for a formal picture. (Standing) Mack Rodgers, Jerry Davis, James Robinson, Talmadge Talkington, Larry Bunch, Danny Wilson, James Bridges and Johnny James. (Seated) Bill Moreland, Wayne King, Robbie Pearson, Lyndon Morris, David Finch, Noah Johnson, Jimmy Holland, Butch Edwards, Gary Rotert.

Varsity's Season Successful

Jim Holland seems to be bouncing a pass directly to a Southern Baptist player during the Bi-State tournament.


RECORD FSJC — Opp. Alumni Okla. State Tech St. Gregory Southern Baptist Okla. State Tech St. Gregory Central Baptist Eastern Okla. A&M Southern Baptist JBU Jr. Varsity Beebe U of A Frosh Bacone Central Baptist Connors JBU Jr. Varsity Okla. State Tech Connors St. Gregory Eastern Okla. A&M Bacone U of A Frosh Beebe Jr. College

83 105 98 89 97 90 74 59 59 95 58 64 86 76 70 82 73

61 94 94 103 71 92 73 69 70 71 71 82 103 69 90 98 58

45 59 70 68 71 73 89 96 46 76 87 90 A loose ball dribbles towards the out-of-bounds mark as David Finch (11) and two Southern Baptists stand helpless to retrieve it.

HOLIDAY TOURNEY Southside Lumber Grants Garage Southwest Times Roland Nazarene Stout Motor Wheeler Boys Club Littleton Motors Vian Lumber Greiner Motor

74 81 89 83 77 86 85 94 99 93

48 44 54 77 63 67 71 59 100 99

When a ball is in the air it belongs to anyone. Lions and Baptists go up for this one with no holds barred.


Introducing the team players at the Alumni Game is former high school track coach John Thompson.

Rapidly compiling the half time statistics are Jim Charles and Dr. Ted Skokos, both former FSJC athletes.

Alumni Tilt to Become

Pausing momentarily before shooting at the basket coach Clair Bates.

is Van Buren

Big Success—that was the only way to describe the first annual Alumni-Varsity basketball game held Nov. 19. From the standing ovation given former coach John Thompson to the thunderous applause greeting the introduction of Jim Jay, first All-American from JC, the Wheeler Avenue Boy's Club probably held more cheers than at any other time in its history. During the warm-ups the gym rang with cries of "There's Squeaky" and "Hey, isn't that Preach?" as the crowd spotted former players, some just a little heavier with hair going or graying.


Dropping the ball after the chase down court, this alumnus has a ready guard waiting for him under the basket.

Tradition at FSJC The camera captures this scene as Fort Smith Mayor Bob Brooksher and a former FSJC player grapple for control of the ball. Applying a full court press on alumnus player are Lions Talmadge Talkington, Jr. and Ronnie Dean.


Homecoming Pep assembly finds Davis, Klober, Rincon, Pound, Threlkeld, and Green cheering the Lions on to victory.

JANIE CARROLL Head Cheerleader

DONNA DAVIS Sophomore

A first in FSJC Homecoming activities was recorded this year with the building of miniature floats by clubs and classes.


With every bit of strength and energy summoned, cheerleaders give final yells at Pep Assembly.

LINDA KLOBER Sophomore

TWANIA POUND Sophomore

FSJC Cheerleaders Achieve New Level of Enthusiasm The cheerleaders have been outstanding in their work this year; they have attended every home game. Attempting to lead others in support of the team, they have worked hard to give the Lions all the confidence possible. The cheerleaders have obtained a megaphone and early in the season they helped the athletic department sell FSJC car stickers to Fort Smith citizens. They took an active part in the Homecoming activities. With practice as often as possible the cheerleaders try to be enthusiastic and well prepared.

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MARILYNDA GREEN Freshman

CAROLYN RINCON Freshman

RUBY THRELKELD Freshman

Whooping it up, six of the seven cheerleaders lead the student body at this pep assembly.


Two bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar . .. and so goes the student body led by the cheerleaders at Homecoming Pep Assembly.

The cheerleaders lead rousing yells at a pre-game warm up session.


The 1964 Baseball Team: (Row 1) Jim Holland, Tom Geren, Robbie Pearson, Lyndon Morris, David Finch, Terry Hite, Wayne Purdom, (Row 2) Bob Scott, Billy Moreland, Bill Wells, David Cone, Phillip Young, Gary Briley, Butch Edwards, (Row 3) Mgr. Johnny James, Bill Owens, Wayne Beaumont, Danny Wilson, James Robinson, James Bridges, Bob Crowder, Tommy Biggs, Mgr. Mack Rodgers.

Baseball is Major Spring Sport Barely escaping the umpire's "out!" call is Lion baseball player of last year's team.


1963 RECORD Ace Comb Company Eastern Okla. A&M Bacone Van Buren Merchants Connors Harding College St. Gregory St. Gregory Oklahoma State Tech Oklahoma State Tech Bacone Eastern Okla. A&M Connors

FSJC — 8 6 0 0 1 5 8 0 3 4 6 5 5

Opp. 6 3 2 4 5 12 6 3 2 3 8 6 11

Warming up to help give the Lions a victory, David Finch exhibits an easy form.

at College This year's team,

according to Coach

Shelby Breedlove, should be highlighted by a strong mound staff. The club will be defensive minded since hitting strength is unknown. FSJC is gradually building up its baseball team, and 1964 should produce the strongest nine in the school's history.

Four lettermen return They

are

Jim

Holland,

from last outfield;

year. Phillip

Young, shortstop; David Finch, outfielder; and Billy Mills, catcher.


Bill Mills takes a healthy cut at the ball during an early 1963 game with Poteau.

Listening attentively as Coach Breedlove gives pre-game strategy are Philip Young and Charles Ray.

Jimmy Holland seems to be swinging at a low pitch, that is if the catcher's mitt is any indication. The Lions won this game with Poteau with Phillip Young driving a ball into the center field stands with two on in the ninth inning.


Fort Smith Junior College's Bi-State Conference Track Champions number nine men this year. (Kneeling) David Finch, Johnny James, Lyndon Morris, and Noah Johnson. (Standing) Butch Edwards, David Cone, James Robinson, Jimmy Holland, Wayne Purdom.

Here are our returning lettermen: David Finch, James, Jimmy Holland and Noah Johnson.

Lion's 1963 Track Crown Is in Ring The Fort Smith Junior College Lions will take their Bi-State Conference Track Championship with them when they open the '64 season this Spring. With speedster Noah Johnson carrying most of the load last year, the Big Cats won two meets and lost one, falling only to four year college, Harding. The Blue and White edged Bacone College in one meet, 56-55, and nailed St. Gregory 77 1/2 to 631/2to win the championship. Harding of Searcy clobbered them 102-48.

Johnny


FSJC Fields Golf Team Each Spring Fort Smith Junior College fielded their second golf team this 1964 season, with Coach Breedlove listing four candidates for the links. There are two returning lettermen which should help produce a good season. They are Jack Beauchamp and John Dixon. In their initial year the "links Lions" played seven matches, dropping two to the U of A Freshmen, two to Bacone, and three to St. Gregory.

JACK BEAUCHAMP Sophomore

JOHN DIXON Sophomore

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BUTCH EDWARDS Freshman

WILLIAM OWEN, JR. Freshman


The 1964 Tennis Team: David Finch, James Proctor, Jim Holland, Bob Scott, Butch Edwards.

'63 Tennis Team Sports Two Champs

1963 RECORD Little Rock U. Little Rock U. Eastern Okla. A&M U. of Ark. Frosrr

FSJC — 4 3 4 2

Opp. 2 4 4 4

Bi-State Conference Ann Bramble — Singles Champion Ann Bramble and Ray Cowan—Doubles Champions

Pre-season conditioning provides much of the agility required for tennis team members Jim Holland and David Finch.


Sophomores

Lead

Student Body The Associate of Arts degree is the goal of most FSJC students. From the first day of school in the fall, sophomores are looking forward to the day in the spring when they will don cap and gown and become alumnae of Fort Smith Junior College. For some it is the end of their education, which makes the presence of a community junior college doubly important. For others, the AA degree is a stairSeen walking to class are Marsha Earp, Carla Manuel and Lauralee Darr.

step to a bachelor's, master's and perhaps even a Ph.D. This year's sophomore class, led by President Donna Davis, has maintained these high educational and social standards.

Unofficial pep assembly head cheerleader Paul Williams leads front row of sophomores in several rounds of yea blue- vea white.


Fine examples of feminine pulchritude, Nancy Watkins, Mary Ella Griffin, and Nancy Mosley goof off regularly in Mr. Howard's art room.

"Judy Donaldson and Burrell Massey have a "staredown" while twisting it up at the Get-Acquainted Dance."


JUDY ADAMS Fort Smith DONNA ARCHIBALD Fort Smith JIM ARMISTEAD Fort Smith

DENNIS AVLOS Fort Smith SHARYL BALSER Fort Smith DEE ANN BARNES Fort Smith

JACK BEAUCHAMP Fort Smith DAVID BECKMAN Fort Smith VALERIE BLATT Fort Smith

WAYNE BLEDSOE Fort Smith MELVIN BRIDGES Roland, Okla.

LAURA BROGAN Fort Smith LEE BURCHFIELD Lavaca

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Sophomores lead school spirit drive

Paul Williams, Tom Milton, and Martin Shaw cheer on the Lions, or maybe they're just testing a new flycatcher.

ANDY BYERLY Van Buren BOB CANADY Fort Smith COY CARDIN Fort Smith

JANIE CARROLL Fort Smith SALLY CARTER Fort Smith LINDA CASEY Abbot

HOLMES CHAPPELL Fort Smith ROSEMARY CHRISTELLO Alma DARLENE CLARK Fort Smith


JIM CONAWAY Fort Smith STEVE CORE Fort Smith HARRIS CRANE Fort Smith

LAURALEE DARR Mena DONNA DAVIS Fort Smith JOHN DIXON Fort Smith

WARREN DODSON Fort Smith JUDY DONALDSON Fort Smith MARSHA EARP Fort Smith

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while Twania Pound, Robbi Anderson, Sandi Futral, and Steve Myers exercise gossip and coffee privileges.


Elections bring fair turnout DWIGHT EDWARDS Fort Smith DAVID FINCH Springdale

CHARLES FITTING Fort Smith ALBERT FRITZ Fort Smith

WANDA FURR Fort Smith SANDRA FUTRAL Fort Smith BETTE GILCHRIST Fort Smith

ROBERT GOLWAS Fort Smith SHERMA GRANGER Lavaca GARY GREGORY Sallisaw, Okla.

KENNETH GRIFFIN Fort Smith MARY ELLA GRIFFIN Fort Smith ALAN HALLUM Fort Smith


WILBURN HANCE Rudy JAMES HANNAH Van Buren JOHN HENDRIX Fort Smith

ROSE ANNE HILL Fort Smith JIMMY HOLLAND Fort Smith LARRY HOLLOWAY Bonanza

DIANE IRVIN Fort Smith BILL JACOBS Fort Smith JOHNNY JAMES Springdale

BOB JEFFERY Fort Smith TOM JOHNSON Muldrow, Okla.

SAM JONES Fort Smith LINDA KECKLEY Alma

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Fine Arts popular at FSJC Sophomores Barbara McInnis, Tom Milton, and Beth Killfoile demonstrate that all great artists work standing up. Freshmen Kellam, Cawhorn, Hart, Jackson, and Neely are, however, passing the course.

BETH KILLFOILE Fort Smith GLENDA KIZER Mulberry LINDA KLOBER Fort Smith

RON KOEPPLINGER Fort Smith SUSAN LA FONTAINE Fort Smith EDDIE LASSITER Fort Smith

ARTHUR LYNCH Van Buren

ROBERT MCALLISTER Fort Smith

TOMMY McCULLOUGH Fort Smith

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BARBARA McINNIS Fort Smith CARLA MANUEL Fort Smith BURRELL MASSEY Fort Smith

DAPHNE MEADOWS Fort Smith TINA MEREDITH Van Buren TOM MILTON Fort Smith

STEVE MYERS Fort Smith LORINA NORWOOD Fort Smith SHERRY OLIVER Fort Smith

Sports important to all students

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Lion cheerleaders do what they were elected for; the rest of the assembly join in the happy jubilance.


BETTY SUE OSTENDORF Paris LAURA PETTYCORD Fort Smith

TWANIA POUND Fort Smith TIM PRICE Fort Smith

GEORGIA REMILLIARD Fort Smith TOM RICHISON Fort Smith CARL RIGGINS Fort Smith

CHARLES ROBINSON Fort Smith GARY ROBINSON Fort Smith MACK RODGERS Fort Smith

BARBARA ROE Mulberry GARY ROTERT Fort Smith GERALD ROWE Springdale


JAUNITA SALYARS Alma JANICE SAMPSON Fort Smith MARILYN SAX Fort Smith

JAMES SCROGGINS Van Buren BERNARD SHARUM Fort Smith MARTIN SHAW Fort Smith

THOMAS SHPAKOWSKY Fort Smith FRED SICARD Fort Smith JOANNE SKELTON Fort Smith

SHIRLEY SMITH Fort Smith CHARLES SMREKER Fort Smith

MARLENE SPICER Fort Smith BILLY STAMPS Van Buren

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JC activities gain momentum

Carroll Furr, Klober, Tankersley, Purdom, and Hannah are the first in their blocks to know the JC alma mater, how about you?

MIKE STEPHENS Fort Smith MARILYN STUBBLEFIELD Fort Smith TALMADGE TALKINGTON Lavaca

SYLVIA JAYNE THOMAS Fort Smith GLENNA THURMAN Fort Smith GARY TIDWELL Fort Smith

TOM UDOUJ Fort Smith ROSETTE WALGREN Greenwood DAVID W ATKINS Fort Smith

Tom Richison, Lorina Norwood, and Linda Klober are quick to notice the appearance of the photographer in humanities class This was taken before Dr. Butterfield flunked them.


PATRICIA WEBB Fort Smith JACKIE WHELCHEL Fort Smith JANET WHITSON Fort Smith

PAUL WILLIAMS Fort Smith DOROTHY WOFFORD Fort Smith J. W. VATES Fort Smith

CONRAD YODER Fort Smith

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Jerry Davis (far right) shows those freshmen how to grand right and left or something like that.


Class Officers Correlate Program With Student Board Leading their classes in the year's activities, these officers need to be imaginative and creative. They urge participation from all the members of their classes and feel the responsibility of planning events that would be of interest to everyone. The class officers are elected twice yearly by the students of their class in a general election.

Freshman Class Officers: JOE EDWARDS, BARBARA ANGELEITTI, Vice-President.

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Sophomore Class President, DONNA DAVIS. Not pictured: Vice-President, TIM PRICE

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Freshmen Learn FSJC Tradition The Freshman class has entered into the spirit pf FSJC helping to "make this a better school year. They entered Junior College bringing with them many new ideas and much enthusiasm. They have worked diligently to make our activities a success and further interest among the students. Scholastically, this year's frosh are well represented on the dean's list and in the national honor society of Phi Theta Kappa.

Freshmen Barbara Angeletti, Pat Tays, and Donna Wakefield, doubt that whomever said Christmas dances are fun, never stayed up the night before making snowflakes.

Freshmen Linda Smithson and Anna Parker finally get to work on those term papers that have been assigned for three months and are due next week.

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Donna Wakefield looks as if she wishes someone would yell for the Lions somewhere else.

Everybody's favorite freshmen Marilinda Green, Valerie Blatt, Linda Jean, Barbara Peevy, and everybody's favorite sport.

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MALVIN G. ADAMS, Fort Smith BILLY R. ADAMSON, Fort Smith ROBBIE ANDERSON, Fort Smith BARBARA ANGELETTI, Fort Smith

LYNN BANARD, Fort Smith GEORGE BARHAM, Fort Smith DON BARKSDALE, Fort Smith MARY BARLOW, Fort Smith

JENNY BARNETT, Waldron JERRY BARR, Fort Smith CLINTON R. BARRY, Fort Smith NANCY BAUER, Fort Smith

DONNA BECKER, Fort Smith RODNEY BELL, Fort Smith GARY L. BELT, Mulberry WILLIAM R. BENDER, Fort Smith

BETTY BENHAM, Mulberry JOHN F. BESSENT, Fort Smith

MARTHA BICKNELL, Fort Smith MARGARET BILLINGS, Fort Smith

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'64 Frosh crop is jovial group

"What do we think about the installation of a beer machine in the lounge? You must be kidding!" chime Larry Tapp, Gomer Robinson and Okie Rowe in chorus.

CAROLE BIRDWELL, Fort Smith KENNY W. BOLEY, Fort Smith EUGENE F. BORENGASSER, Fort Smith SANDRA BORENGASSER, Fort Smith

FARRELL BRESHEARS, Alma JAMES W. BRIDGES, Greenwood JO CLAIRE BRITT, Fort Smith LINDA BROGAN, Fort Smith

BARBARA BROWN, Fort Smith DANNY E. BROWN, Fort Smith MARILYNE BROWN, Fort Smith BOBBIE BRUCE, Mulberry

MARGARET BRYAN, Fort Smith KAYE BUELL, Fort Smith LARRY W. BUNCH, Springdale JAMES R. BURKS, Alma


DANIEL R. BURRIS, Fort Smith MARGARET BURRIS, Barling RANDALL BYARS, Fort Smith BILLY CALDWELL, Fort Smith

GEORGE CAMPBELL, Fort Smith NANCY CARDWELL, Fort Smith ANTHONY CARTER, Fort Smith LEROY CASSIL, Hackett

JERRI ANN CAWHORN, Van Buren RUSTY CIALONE, Fort Smith JIMMY CLAYTON, Fort Smith JOHN CLYMA, Van Buren

DAVID CONE, Fort Smith LARRY COOPER, Fort Smith LARRY E. COOPER, Fort Smith DON CORBIN, Fort Smith

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"We sociables always meet at the lounge after a hard day at registration," says Barbie Agent to her enthusiastic friends, Barbara Angeletti, Nancy Watkins, and Nancy Mosley.


CHARLES CRABTREE, Fort Smith ROGER CRANFORD, Dyer, Arkansas

JOHN CULLEN, Fort Smith MARTHA DEAN, Van Buren

ROY DEAN, Muldrow, Oklahoma KENT DOUGLAS, Fort Smith

DANIEL B. DUNN, Fort Smith DELMAR "BUTCH" EDWARDS, Fort Smith JOE EDWARDS JR., Fort Smith MIKE ELSKIN, Fort Smith

DON FALDON, Fort Smith RONALD FANT, Fort Smith JOHN FARRAR, Hackett BRIAN FIELDS, Fort Smith

TOM FIELDS, Fort Smith TOM FITE, Fort Smith JIMMIE FORD, Fort Smith ROBERT FRYE, Fort Smith

JUDY FULLER, Arkhoma, Okla. ELAINE GAGE, Fort Smith JIM GENTRY, Fort Smith BUDDY GIFFORD, Fort Smith


MARY ANN GILL, Fort Smith LORENA GOEBEL, Fort Smith RICHARD GOSSETT, Hartford MARILYNDA GREEN, Fort Smith

BETTY GRIGSBY, Fort Smith JEFFREY HANTHORN, Fort Smith GARY WAYNE HARRIS, Van Buren ALBERTA HAYNES, Fort Smith

TERRY W. KITE, Fort Smith BILL HODNETT, Fort Smith ARTHUR HOGAN, Van Buren JUNE HOGUE, Van Buren

KENNETH GERALD HOLMES, Bokoshe, Okla. MARGARET HOPKINS, Natural Dam MARSHA HOWARD, Fort Smith ALVIN J. JACKSON, Fort Smith

LINDA JEAN, Fort Smith MIKE W. JOHNSON, Fort Smith

HERBERT D. JONES, Fort Smith JACKIE KELLAM, Fort Smith

J. MICHAEL KELLY, Fort Smith WAYNE KING, Fort Smith

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Frosh & Sophs make dances successful

"Knit one, purl two, will these streamers never end?" ask Mack Rodgers, Wayne King, Jackie Kellam, and Carol Frishkey.

Sophomore wonder, Tom Milton, condescends to help poor freshman, Barbara Angeletti, with a slight problem during dance decoration.

LEROY D. KIZER, Mulberry MARY KODASEET, Fort Smith DORIS KRAUS, Fort Smith BOB KUYKENDALL, Fort Smith

LARRY H. LaFONTAINE, Fort Smith ROBERT M. LAIRAMORE, Fort Smith WALDO LAW, Fort Smith JACK W. LEE, Fort Smith

JANIE LEWIS, Fort Smith JULIE A. LOCKHART, Fort Smith BILL McKENZIE, Fort Smith MIKE McKENZIE, Fort Smith

LARRY W. MARTIN, Hackett WILLIAM MARTIN, Fort Smith ZANETTE MARTINKUS, Fort Smith DAVID MARTINOUS, Fort Smith


MARY MASSEGEE, Fort Smith CAROLYN MENDENHALL, Fort Smith LARRY MERRYWELL, Fort Smith JAMES D. MONCRIEF, Fort Smith

PATRICK MOORE, Fort Smith BILL MORELAND, Fort Smith LYNDON MORRIS, Fort Smith GILBERT MY ATT, Fort Smith

GLENDA NELSON LOUIS NEUMEIR, Fort Smith TRAVIS NICELY, Fort Smith HERBERT NORWOOD, Fort Smith

CHARLES OGDEN, Fort Smith BESS OWENS, Fort Smith MARY JO PACE Fort Smith ALBERT PANSZE, Fort Smith

Culture also has role

Ronald Neely, exponent of post-impressionism, disdainfully refuses to look at the 17th century Dutch masters; he knows he can do better!

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ANNA PARKER, Fort Smith FORREST PATE, Fort Smith

OLLIE LOU PATTON, Van Buren LLOYD PEARSON, Fort Smith

ROBERT PEARSON, Fort Smith BARBARA PEEVY, Fort Smith

ANN PERRAULT, Tulsa, Okla. WARREN PERRY, Fort Smith ARJEAN FERRYMAN, Lavaca MARY JANE PORTER, Van Buren

JOE MACK PRATT, Fort Smith KENNETH PRATT, Muldrow BOB PRICE, Fort Smith LINDA PRYOR, Fort Smith

WAYNE PURDOM, Springdale FLO RAINWATER, Fort Smith CHARLES REEDY, Fort Smith THOMAS D. REID, Fort Smith

MARY RICE, Fort Smith JUDI RIDLING, Waldron STEPHEN ROBERTS, Fort Smith JOHN ROBINSON, Fort Smith


RUBY ROGERS, Fort Smith CARL ROSE, Fort Smith JAMES S. ROSS, Fort Smith DONALD W. SANDERS, Fort Smith

JUAN P. SANTIAGO, Fort Smith RAY H. SCHAAP, Fort Smith ROBERT J. SCOTT, Fort Smith JERRY R. SCROGGIN, Van Buren

THOMAS J. SEITER, Fort Smith JOHN SELLARS, Fort Smith CHARLES R. SEXTON, Fort Smith DIANE SEXTON, Fort Smith

LARRY E. SHARP, Fort Smith DAVID SMITH, Fort Smith LeROY SMITH, Fort Smith LINDA SMITHSON, Lavaca

NANCY SNIDOW, Fort Smith LEON J. SPARKS, Fort Smith

CAROL STACY, Alma PAUL STAFFORD, Fort Smith

LARRY STARKEY, Mulberry MARY STEWART, Fort Smith 90


1964 Freshmen A Spirited Group

FSJC Freshmen, alias Bacone Beatles, invade the Homecoming Pep Rally in an attempt to frighten the Lions.

JAMES STORMENT, Fort Smith SUZY STOSBERG, Fort Smith MICHAEL STUBBLEFIELD, Fort Smitl DANNA STUDDARD, Fort Smith

JOHNNY SWAFFORD, Mulberry GLORIA SWINK, Fort Smith ARNOLD SYKES, Lavaca PAT TAYS, Fort Smith

KENNY M. TEAGUE, Mountainburg BENNY THAYER, Fort Smith MARTT THRIFT, Fort Smith CHARLES THURMAN, Fort Smith

STEVEN F. TILEY, Fort Smith RONALD TREAD WAY, Fort Smith DENNIS TYLER, Mansfield DANNY J. UDOUJ, Fort Smith


JAMES T. UDOUJ, Fort Smith JERRY R. ULMER, Fort Smith CAROLE VAN METER, Fort Smith

LESTER W. WAGNER, Fort Smith DONNA WAKEFIELD, Fort Smith GARY WALKER, Midland

LARY WALKER, Midland LARRY D. WATKINS, Alma WILLIAM E. WELLS, Fort Smith

Don't laugh. You don't good yourself.

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look so

Premiers swing out at the Christmas Dance. Looks as if the light is bothering one of them.


Christmas Dance Success

Future Teacher Wayne Bledsoe demonstrates the twist to an eager pupil, Beth Kilfoile.

BILL H. WESTCAMP, Fort Smith GEORGE W. WHEATON, Spiro, Oklahoma BILL W. WHITE, Fort Smith JOHNNY E. WILFONG, Fort Smith

GLENDA WILLCOX, Alma DOLORES WILLEMS, Paris DANNY L. WILSON, Fort Smith CHARLES WINGFIELD, Fort Smith

PAUL E. WISE, Bonanza LARRY E. WITHERS, Lavaca LEON WOOD, Fort Smith ROBERT E. WOODS, Fort Smith

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The new addition to F.S.J.C.'s Technical Division, seen being erected in the above photo, was opened to the public on December 6, 1963.

F S J C ' s Technical School

LEO OLSEN Director, Technical Division

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BOB ASTON Electronics

LEN BAUMAN Drafting

WMN. FITZGERALD Auto Mechanics

GERALD GLADDEN Machine Shop


The growth of Fort Smith Junior College is a matter of record; most of the growth has come about since 1952 when the college moved to its present location. The tremendous expansion of the Technical Division simply points up the increase in facilities and services of our Community College in recent years. Today when industry is seeking to relocate or expand it looks for the area of trained labor or where such training will be available for everyone. The day is past when industry looks only for a surplus of manpower. In modern business and industry there is little room for the uneducated and unskilled. The technical division of Fort Smith Junior College is fulfilling a great and desperate need for adult education.

has made great strides

LEO RICE Body and Fender

BETTY LEININGER Secretary

Jimmy Mstteson operates one of the many machines he's become familiar with in the last two years. Jim is one of the Technical Divisions first graduating class.

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JERRY BLANKENSHIP CARL BRADLEY DOUGLAS BRANNON

WAYNE BRYSON DOUG BUCKLES BILL CARNEY

WILEY CHICKINSKI DON CHILDERS RUPERT CONDREY

GERALD CORBETT BILL COTTINGHAM LARRY CURTIS


KENNETH DODDS VERNON DUNN ELVIS FAGAN

PAT FISCHER IRA DALE FRANKLIN CLIFTON GIBSON

Precision, a must in machine work

Hands, tools, minds and the chance to use them will produce the skilled our modern society. This is one of the goals of FSJC's Technical School.

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Frank Strick and Bill LaClair perform some mechanical surgery during a class in auto repair

A finished sheen is placed on machined metal after many patient hours of work.

Theory and pratice combine for skill

CLAUD HALL BILL HARBISON LE ROY HEAVENER

JOHN HOUSLEY PAT JENKINS HAROLD JOHNSON


GEORGE KAKAVULIAS WALTER KINSEY BILLY LaCLAIR

CARL MARTINOUS JAMES MATTESON GLENN McDANIEL

ROBERT MOODY DOUG MORRISON JAMES NEEDHAM

BERNIE PARSONS GEORGE PETTIGREW RONNIE POLK


EDWARD REESE RODNEY SATHER JEFF SAWYER

CYRIL SCHNEIDER RODNEY SHARPE TOMMY SHORT

Ideas begin here at the drafting tables

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The old adage, "Back to the drawing board," doesn't apply here. These draftsmen are "glued" to their work for hours each day.


The world of electronics is measured in volts, amps, ohms, kilocycles, watts, and people the special ingredient. These young men are parparing for a future in that world.

One of the newer additions to Tech school is the body and fender department.

Communication and transportation collapse time

RAYMOND SIZEMORE LARRY SMITHER BENNY STUBBLEFIELD

HAROLD WALKER LEE WEEKS MILTON WHITMARSH


Mrs. Ruth Gant dictates a shorthand test to her students. This is one phase in a retraining program which includes typing, business machines, and bookkeeping.

Office skills are part of Tec High paying jobs are available for men and women with specialized technical training. Training in such skills is available at F.SJ.C. Through cooperation with the Employment Security Division persons who become unemployed because of immediate automation are eligible for retraining under the Federal Manpower act.

RUTH GANT

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Secretarial Science


IDA JEAN DEAN Fort Smith SUE FOUT Fort Smith MARY HEARD Greenwood

DINNA HOWARD Mountainburg BEATRICE JONES Fort Smith EUBA MAE MOORE Fort Smith

WILDA RICHMOND Van Buren

hnical Schoo Upon completion of their training these students are recommended to the Employment Security Division for placement. This program is in its second year at F.SJ.C. and, of the graduates, 9^% are now working at new jobs. These students have not only bettered themselves, but have been good for public relations. They are proud of having studied here and say so.

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Nurses Study Science at FSJC

Spark's best student nurses and JC's best biology instructors get together once a week for a rousing lecture session.

JOY BAILEY MARILYN BEAN LILLIAN BLEVINS

LINDA BURNETT MARILYN BURROW PAMELA BYRD

LINDA CASTEEL BETTY COMPTON ELAINA GROUSE


COY SUE CRYER ANDRIA JUSTICE

DORIS DEAL LOIS MADDOX

SANDRA FRY MILDRED MARTIN

Spark's Student Nurses Gain College Credit at J.C Covering a variety of courses from micro-biology to anatomy and physiology, the curricular for the Spark's School of Nursing Program offers college credit to student nurses pursuing an RN or PN degree. The student nurses, although seen by few regular Liberal Arts students, gain as much as 18 hours of academic credit from the program.

Analyzing the outcome of a chemistry experiment are student nurses Carleen Wise and Sally Rodgers.

CHERYL JOHNSON LINDA MAXWELL

LINDA JOHNSON BILLIE SUE MILLER


Future RN's Must Know Both Bones and Chromosomes

LINDA MINYARD MARY OLDHAM

JO ORGAN SUE OSBORNE

Robert Amos, zoology instructor, helps student nurses assemble a do-it-yourself people kit.

JANEE PARRIS JANICE PERRY JUDY PHILPOT

MARILYN ROBINSON SALLY RODGERS TERESA RICHARDS

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Marilyn Robinson, Mildred Martin, Janee Paris, Jo Organ, and Mary Oldham are five good reasons why most boys like to work on special chemistry projects on Wednesday afternoons. GAIL SNODGRASS BILLIE SOPHIA

HETTIE SPURGEON OMA GLYN TEAS

SHIRLEY WAGENSELLER LINDA WERNICK NEONA WISDOM

CARLEEN WISE LINDA WHEELER VIVIAN WHITED

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The girls in the contest were judged only by the portraits they submitted to Miss Burnett. The names of the winners were kept secret to enhance the announcement at the Spring Banquet and Prom. Class Beauties also were selected from the NUMA nominees by Carol Burnett.


NUMA Beauty and Class Beauties are nominated by members of the student body. These girls were nominated for their beauty and the charm of their personality. The nine selections on these pages were selected from the field of nineteen contestants.


One of the traditional features of the NUMA, the Hall of Fame was instituted to give recognition to those sophomores who distinguish themselves throughout their junior college career in one or more ways. Qualities considered include scholastic achievement, exceptional abilities, special service to the school, participation in student government and organizations, and general all around development. Nominations for candidates for the Hall of Fame are made by the faculty who vote for those persons whom they think most worthy of the honor. Excelling in both academic honors and in student government, JUDY ADAMS is a member of Phi Theta Kappa honorary fraternity and was first semester Student Board secretary-treasurer. Judy also participates in various campus organizations.

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Known to all as head cheerleader, JANIE CARROLL has been a Student Board member all four semesters at FSJC and lends her support to several extracurricular student clubs.

Announcing cheers at pep assemblies is not the only activity of head cheerleader Janie Carroll. Janie is an active supporter of school spirit and is a dedicated and amiable student.


President of the Lion Booster Club as well as active m other clubs, ROSEMARY CHRISTELLO has devoted much time and energy to the uplifting of school spirit among the student body.

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Discussing future college plans with guidance director, Steve Core is a student with a full realization that careful planning is essential for the well-rounded man of tomorrow.

Prominence in scholastic achievement is an indentifying characteristic of STEVE CORE. Steve has made many friends while working in the different phases of junior college life.

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Helping prepare decorations for the Christmas Dance was only one of the many chores Susan assigned herself during the year. She is pictured here with Donna Davis cutting out snowflakes

A familiar sight around FSJC is SUSAN LA FONTAINE hurrying from class to class and taking part in the activities of the various organizations to which she belongs. She is best known by the students for her good work as President of the Student Board.

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One of the qualities present in Barbara Mclnnis is an enduring admiration of the arts.

BARBARA McINNIS has ably served her school this year. Barbara is sophomore class President and is Business Manager of the "Collegian" and NUMA, besides being active in other campus activities.

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Although known as a quiet student, Atha Pigg always has time to talk with his fellow students.

A conscientious and dedicated student, ATHA PIGG is known by his reserved scholarly attitude.

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Active in student government as second semester secretary-treasurer, TWANIA POUND serves as Business Manager of the "Collegian" and of the NUMA. Twania is a cheerleader and was selected 1963-64 Homecoming Queen by the athletic players.

Seen at Christmas Dance is Twania Pound, a loyal supporter of the Lions.


Especially excelling in academic achievement, GARY ROTERT is a member of the Lion basketball team and President of the Science Club.

The assimilation of knowledge is an essential part of the everyday life of honor student Gary Rotert.


An outstanding athlete and an able all around student, PORTER TALMADGE TALKINGTON, JR. has represented the student body on the Student Board all four semesters at FSJC.

Not only interested in athletics and farming, but also in some of the fine arts is Talmadge Talkington, a person with a wide variety of interests.

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Twania Pound Named Queen of FSJC Homecoming Twania Pound, a sophomore sociology major, was chosen by the basketball squad to reign as Homecoming Queen. Vibrant and expressive in both her actions and her words, Twania is successful as a Cheerleader and a member of the booster club. As Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Board and business manager of both the NUMA and the Collegian, Twania has kept closely aware of people's feelings and reactions, exhibiting personal composure and friendliness toward fellow students.

Awaiting the beginning of the parade, the Queen sits radiantly atop the car and smiles for her admirers.

Escorting the Queen to her seat at the basketball game are the Captain of the Lions, David Finch and Lyndon Morris. Following her is the court.


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Variety of Activities Surround Homecoming Homecoming activities at FSJC began at 10:30 Friday morning, February 21, 1964 with a pep rally in the auditorium. Cheerleaders, basketball players and homecoming queen candidates were accorded special honors at this time. A comedy routine featuring members of the team and other organizations hi-lighted this meeting. The Parade began at 3:00 p.m. and proceeded down Grand Avenue to Garrison. Then at 7:30 Friday evening Miss Twania Pound was crowned Queen at the Wheeler Avenue Boys Club. The day was perfect except for the fact that the Lions lost the game.

Miniature floats depicting a Lion victory provided a novel boost to the spirit of Homecoming. The Sophomore's rain dance was unsuccessful.

Bacone was represented in the Pep assembly by these FSJC students, as a team with unusual possibilities for an easy victory however when the basket was raised for the game, the predictions crumbled.


Anticipating the beginning of the Homecoming assembly is an enthusiastic student body.

Decoration of the Homecoming parade cars requires alertness by both drivers and passengers at this tense time.

Homecoming Dance proved to be an overwhelming success as is demonstrated by large turnout.


STUDENT BOARD: (Seated) Susan LaFontaine, Bette Gilchrist, Judy Adams, (Row Two) Janie Carroll, Linda Klober, Donna Davis, Mary Jo Belzung, Glenda Nelson, Marilynda Green, Mary Jane Porter. (Row Three) Talmadge Talkington, Holmes Chapell, Tom Milton, Mike Stubblefield, Butch Edwards, Tim Price, Mac Rodgers.

Elections call for speeches by hopeful candidates. Susan LaFontaine delivered the winning address.


Susan LaFontaine Leads FSJC Board The Student Board, composed of eighteen members, is one of the most active organizations on campus. As the governing body of this school, its purposes are to promote school spirit and to coordinate the activities here at FSJC.

OFFICERS: (Seated) Susan LaFontaine, Gilchrist, Secretary; Judy Adams.

President. (Standing)

Bette

The Student Board has sponsored three dances this year: the Get-Acquainted Dance in the fall, the Christmas Dance, and the Spring Prom. It also sponsored Club Day, an Annualsigning party, and helped with Homecoming. To raise money the Board sponsored such events as a Square Dance-Hootenanny, the Student Board-Faculty Basketball game, St. Patrick's Day festivities, sold pictures, sold annual covers, and put out a Student Directory. Working with the other clubs on campus, the Board has done its best to make this a pleasant and fun-filled year for every J. C. student.

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Homecoming activities included a parade of autos and floats through the Downtown area. The Booster Club was well represented.

Members of the Booster Club seem to enjoy a few minutes of relaxation in the office of Coach Breedlove quite frequently.


Booster Club Promotes J.C School Spirit The purpose of the Booster Club is to support all the Athletic Events of FSJC. The Booster Club sponsored the cheerleading tryouts at the beginning of the fall semester. The club was also responsible for the selling of the season passes for the eleven home games of the Lions and the selling of tickets at the door before each game. Fort Smith Junior College decals were sold by the club. The sale of these decals was an overwhelming success. We combined with the Student Board to bring Fort Smith Jr. College its 1964 Homecoming. We were responsible for the publicity of the event and the decorating of cars for the parade. The Homecoming Parade was the biggest ever, and Homecoming was a complete success. The Booster Club has tried this year to create school spirit and support for the Lions and has enjoyed all of the activities it has aided in. OFFICERS: (Seated) Don Corbin, Vice-President; Rosemary Christello, President; Ruby Thrilkeld, Secretary. BOOSTER CLUB: (Row One) Johnny James, Barbara Angeletti, Rosemary Christello, Carla Manuel, Twania Pound (Row Two) Carolyn Rincon, Joe Edwards, Ruby Thrilkeld, Donna Davis, Barbara Mclnnis, Barbara Roe Darlene Clarks, Janita Salyars, Wayne Purdom. (Row Three) David Finch, Jim Holland, James Scroggins, Janie Carroll Sherma Granger, Linda Klober, Sam Jones, Tom Milton, Larry LaFontaine, Gary Robinson, Clinton Barry.


Recruiter, Diane Irvin tells students the possibilities of the Foreign Language club during the annual club day.

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OFFICERS: (Seated) Wayne Bledsoe, President; (Standing) Barbara Mclnnis, SecretaryTreasurer; Linda Klober, Corresponding Secretary; Bette Gilchrist, French Vice-President; Twania Pound, Spanish Vice-President.


Foreign Language Club Sponsors Varied Activities Open to all students interested in foreign languages, the Foreign Language Club offers educational, cultural and social benefits. Members have heard guest speakers, seen slides of Europe and eaten foreign cuisine at a covered-dish supper. The club has been active in money-raising and service projects,•such as, Christmas caroling in Spanish and French, and Homecoming mums and mistletoe sales. Each spring the club closes its year with a banquet for the purpose of recognizing outstanding students in the foreign language field.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB: (Row One) Mary Massegee, Wanda Furr, Judy Adams, Bette Gilchrist, Susan LaFontaine. (Row Two) Carol Stacey, Wayne Bledsoe, Linda Klober, Holmes Chappell.


Phi Theta Kappa is Select Group Ceremonies pledging 19 students to Phi Theta Kappa, National Honor Fraternity for American Junior Colleges, were held February 17, in Old Main. This organization was first officially recognized November 19, 1929, by the American Association of Junior Colleges but has been inactive on our campus for the past three years. The pledges were extended to students on the basis of grades and good citizenship and were voted on by a faculty committee. The FSJC Chapter was established April 30, 1947. Receiving the pin which denotes members of the society, Judy Adams becomes a member with full privileges.

PHI THETA KAPPA: (Row One) Vicki Lee, Robert Slater, Ollie Patton, Carol Birdwell, Judy Adams. (Row Two) Marilyne Brown, Linda Jean, Judy Donaldson.

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The Music Supper Club is open to all students in the Applied Music Department. Though social in nature, the club provides added opportunities for the hearing and performing of good music. Meetings feature programs, discussions, and social activities. Members have traveled to community and symphony concerts all over the state, and have given recitals to entertain various local organizations. An energetic group, the club entered a float in the Homecoming Parade, and held several car washes to raise money.

Linda James and Marie Huey "dig in" during the Supper Music Club's Christmas meeting.

Music Supper Club is Stimulus for Culture OFFICERS: (Seated) Sally Carter, President; Leon Bugg, Vice-President; (Standing) Mary Massegee, Secretary; Georgia Remilliard, Treasurer; Jim Hannah, Publicity Chairman.

MUSIC SUPPER CLUB: (Row One) Linda James, Linda Carson, Sally Carter, Mary Massegee, Estelle Bing. (Row Two) Georgia Remilliard, Leon Bugg, Larry Edwards, Jim Hannah, Otto Wilkins, Marie Huey.


Laura Pettycord and Connie Cline do some early recruiting for their club. Ahcomonuletstak ?

The N.E.A. Journal is perused by Lorena Norwood and Carole Birdwell.

SNEA is Scholarly and

Future teachers must prepare for almost every class situation. Here are some students learning the musical capabilities of toy instruments in Mr. Green's Public School Music class.

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The responsibility of the student NBA program is to provide opportunities for personal and professional growth. Members develop leadership skills and an understanding of the history, ethics, and programs at local, state, and national levels. During American Education Week in November members participate in practice teaching in the public schools. Spring and summer activities include taking part in the AEA convention and the state workshop. The SNEA offers its services as baby sitters to local public school teachers while they attend Parent-Teacher Association meetings, and give loyal support to all FSJC activities and projects.

OFFICERS: (Seated) Wayne Bledsoe, President; (Standing) Rosemary Christello, Treasurer; Donna Archibald, Secretary; Donna Davis, member-at-large; Judy Adams, Vice-President.

Helpful Organization

i

S.N.E.A.: (Row One) Lorina Norwood, Sylvia Cole, Carole Birdwell, Carla Manuel, Donna Archibald, Susan La Fontaine, Pat Webb, Judy Adams, Bette Gilchrist. (Row Two) Holmes Chappell, Laura Pettycord, Donna Davis, Sherma Granger, Judy Donadson, Wayne Bledsoe, Tom Richison, Rosemary Christello.

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Membership Up In Square Dance Club The Square Dance Club is a new power among the campus clubs. First organized last year it has become one of the largest clubs on campus. This year the club has assumed the name of the "Campus Set" and holds weekly meetings under the sponsorship of Mr. Hoyle Carolan. Members have heard both local callers at their regular meetings and a well known professional at a Christmas Dance held by another club in the Fort Smith area. OFFICERS: (Seated) Larry LaFontaine, President; Davis, Donna Wakefield, Don Inman, Susan LaFontaine.

Donna

SQUARE DANCE CLUB: (Row One) Gloria Swink, Jackie Kellan, Susan La Fontaine, Carol Birdwell, Ollie Patton Barbara Angeletti, Donna Wakefield, Larry LaFontaine. <Row Two) Suzie Stosburg, Rodger Calahan, Carolyn Rincon David Finch, Rosemary Christello, Mary Ann Gill, Donna Davis, Terry Richards. (Row Three) Joe Pratt Ronald Neelv Bill illy Adamson, Bob Gray, Jim Holand, James Scroggins, Joe Edwards, Don Inman Danna Studdard


Science Club Builds for Future

Sponsor of the Science Club, Rockwell, directs their activities.

John

SCIENCE CLUB: (Row One) Gary Tidwell, Randy Bennett, Gary Rotert, Mike Johnson, Mike Borengasser, John Rockwell, sponsor, (Row Two) Bernard Scharum, Charles Smreker, Holmes Chapell, Chris Braden.

Desiring to promote a greater interest in science among the students of the college, the science club broadens the horizons of knowledge among the members and other interested parties in their meetings. This year's activities included a trip to the meeting of the Arkansas Collegiate Academy of Science at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, and a variety of demonstrations, films, and papers presented to the club by teachers, guests, and members during the year.

OFFICERS: (Seated) Randy Bennett, Vice-President; Gary Rotert, President; (Standing) Gary Tidwell, Secretary.

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Business Club members explore the periodical materials so vital in understanding today's business scene.

Phi Beta Lambda

PHI BETA LAMBDA: (Row One) Terry Richards, Julie Lockhart, Robert Jeffery, Barbara Angeletti, Ruby Thrilkeld, Martin Shaw. (Row Two) Joe Edwards, Tom Milton, Charles Fitting, James Milton, Doug Richmond, Tfm Price

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OFFICERS: (Seated) Martin Shaw, Vice-President; James Milton, President; (Row Two) Tim Price, Treasurer; Joe Edwards, Parliamentarian; Barbara Angeletti, Corresponding Secretary; Tom Milton, Reporter.

Has Two State Officers Phi Beta Lambda is designed particularly for those students who are looking forward to careers in business. One of its chief objectives is to develop strong, aggressive leadership so that these future businessmen and women may participate more effectively in the business and community life of which they are a part. The National Education Association sponsors Phi Beta Lambda groups all over the United States. The Zeta Epsilon chapter at FSJC is presently represented by two state officers: Martin Shaw, State Vice President; and Tom Milton, State Reporter.

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Young GOP's Is L a r g e s t Organization

Fort Smith Junior College's Young Republicans are one of the most active groups on campus. Pictured above is Jim Milton as he helps decorate the auditorium prior to the Christmas Dance.

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YOUNG REPUBLICANS: (Row One) Barbara Agent, Vicki Lee, Linda Rains, Valerie Blatt. (Row Two) Benny Thayer, Marilynda Green, Alvin Jackson, Martin Shaw, Bob Jeffery, Jim Milton. (Row Three) Jim Moncrief, Tom Milton, Holmes Chapell, Doug Richmond, Charles Shaw, Charles Fitting, Robert Runner, sponsor. OFFICERS: (Seated) Charles Fitting, Treasurer;. Tom mentarian; Valerie Blatt, Corresponding Secretary; Vickie Miltcn, Chairman; (Row Two) Barbara Agent, " ParliaLee, Vice-Chairman; Linda Rains, Secretary.

The objectives of the Young Republican club, sponsored by Mr. Robert Runner, are to promote the two-party system of government and to train young people as effective informed political workers. The organization provides an opportunity for political expression and recognition, while encouraging the activities and promoting the ideals of the Republican party. The Young Republicans at FSJC attended a political workshop at Winrock Farm in October and have met with the State Executive Board several times. Other projects included out of town trips to Republican dinners and meetings and helping with the Republican booth at the fair. Boasting a membership of approximately 85, this club is the largest on campus.


Collegian Staff Informs Students of Campus Activities The Fort Smith Junior College newspaper was actually started so long ago no one really knows when it did come into existence. In 1952 it took the name "Lion's Roar" and this stayed with it until 1957 when the editor at that time changed it to its present title, "The Collegian." The Collegian has always been written by and for the students of Fort Smith Junior College. Due to the endu-ring efforts of past staffs, it has received various awards. In 1963, it won the General Excellence Award at the Arkansas Collegiate Publications Convention.

With editor Andy Byerly are Business Managers Barbara Mclnnis and Twania Pound.

Collegian Staff: (Front Row) Marsha Howard, Lauralee Darr, Kay Buell. (Last Row) Andy Byerly, Mack Pratt, Kenny Pratt and William Owens.

Lorena Goebel makes a last minute check with Miss Woods for possible mistakes before turning in an article for "The Collegian."


NUMA Staffers Planned Bigger, Better Yearbook The 1964 NUMA Staff began your yearbook last September with the purpose of making it bigger and better than its ever been. To some extent we have succeeded; in other ways we have failed. It is said that a yearbook reflects almost every phase of the school's activities; that it is a mirror into which we look and see ourselves at a particular time and place. If this is so the defects you see in yourself will be reflected in your annual. We, on the NUMA Staff, feel that this has been a very fine and productive school term, and that the student body of FSJC is one of the best in years. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the students, faculty, and administration for their cooperation in producing the 1964 NUMA.

Barbara Mclnnis, Twani'a Pound and Susan La Fontaine "hammer" out some pages in a never ending effort to meet deadlines.

TOM MILTON Editor

BARBARA McINNIS Business Mgr.

TWANIA POUND Business Mgr.

BETH KILLFOILE Staff

SUSAN LaFONTAINE Staff


photography 109 North Sixth Street

GROWING WITH FORT SMITH SINCE 1945

COCA-COLA Fort Smith

GALLAHER'S GULF SERVICE

Bottling Company

Motor Tune-Up Specialists

SU 2-6011 160

122 Rogers Avenue

2400 Rogers Phone SU 3-9784 Fort Smith, Arkansas


ELMER COOK Insurance . Rentals Loans . Leasing 1509 Towson

Sunset 2-4088 Fort Smith, Arkansas

161


SAVINGS & LOAN LEAGUE

NEWTON'S

Troy McNeill, Sec-Treas. Superior Federal Savings & Loan Assn. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Peoples' Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Standard Federal Savings & Loan Assn. United Savings Assn.

Beauty Walk Salon 2709 Park Avenue SU 30861

and

Mellies Beauty College & Salon

618 FORT

G A R R I S O N SMITH.

ARK.

818 Rogers Avenue SU25059

ADAMS DRUGS Prescriptions A l m a , Arkansas

A V E .

8UN8ET

A&W Root Beer Drive-in 1933 Midland

3-4949


Broum-Hiller INSURANCE

MlJniHI!ftiBi.uiiH!Miiiini

Merchant's

Duck and Rubber Company

National B a n k Building

SHOPPING CENTER The Ultimate in One Stop Shopping Convenience Village Grill Laws Drug Store Morgan's Tots and Teens Morris Home F u r n i s h i n g Oklahoma Tire and Supply Phoenix Village Barber Shop 4600 Towson Professional Life

T . G . & Y . 5tf to $1.00 Store Speed Wash P h i l ' s Shoes Piggly Wiggly

Phoenix Fashion Shoppe Phoenix Village Beauty Salon Hiway 71 South

GERALD'S CAFE

615 No. "A" Street

163


Brown-Hiller INSURANCE Merchant's

Duck and Rubber Company

National B a n k B u i l d i n g

SHOPPING CENTER The Ultimate in One Stop Shopping Convenience Village Grill Laws Drug Store Morgan's Tots and Teens Morris Home Furnishing Oklahoma Tire and Supply Phoenix Village Barber Shop 4600 Towson Professional Life

Insurance Company

T.G.&Y $.5 to $1.00 Store Speed Wash P h i l ' s Shoes Piggly Wiggly Phoenix Fashion Shoppe Phoenix Village Beauty Salon Hiway 71 South

GERALD'S CAFE

615 No. "A" Street

163


ELMORE'S RECORD SHOP 715 Garrison

HANK'S RECORD BAR 906 G a r r i s o n

SU 2-9169

Inside H u n t s S u b u r b a n

PATRICK'S Nationally Advertised Shoes for the Entire Family 913 Garrison

SU 3 -5221


BRAGKEEN MOTOR COMPANY

advertising

Your

* Advertising

Authorized Dealer for

* Public Relations * Sales Promotion Chamber of Commerce BIdg. 613^ Garrison

LINCOLN AND MERCURY

Travis Miles, Manager

COMET VOLVO New Cars North 8th and A

THE

HAWKINS Used Cars North 10th and B 165

SU 3-4446

COMPANY 222 Towson


ROGER'S OIL COMPANY 1622 T o w s o n Fort Smith

1325 W e s t W a l n u t Rogers, Arkansas

MERCHANTS

NATIONAL BANK FT.

SMITH,

ARKANSAS

S E R V I C E & S A F E T Y SINCE 1 8 8 2

Awbrey's

Risler Music 506 Garrison

1000 Garrison SU 3-2654 Compliments of 166

SU 3 - 6 7 0 2 Fort Smith, A r k .

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C o m p l i m e n t s of

O.K. FEED MILLS 700 So. B Street Home O w n e d and Nationally Operated

Compliments of

CARTER ELECTRONIC SUPPLY COMPANY 300 T o w s o n A v e . Fort Smith, A r k a n s a s SU 3-4129

No. 1 - 3112 Grand A v e n u e No. 2 - P h o e n i x Village No. 3 - 15th and E. M a i n Van Buren, Ark.

Kerwins 309 Garrison Ave. FOOD CENTER & PRODUCE EXCHANGE W. H. MEYERS, OWNER

1120 GARRISON AVENUE FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS

167


Morrow and ROEBUCK AND COL

Son Office S u p p l i e s

909 Garrison Ave

and E q u i p m e n t Ft. Smith, Ark. 817 Garrison Fort Smith, Ark

SU 2 - 2021

PEARSON'S

Hobb's Motor Co. FOOD STORE

Good Clean Cars

SU3-5191 llth Street and Grand A v e n u e

Kidder Insurance 5 Court Street SU 2 - 5044 168

301 No. 10th Street SU2-8211


The DAIRY GRAND

Mhoon's Studio

3016 Grand

and Bride's Shop

Ft. S m i t h , A r k a n s a s

2228 North 9th St. Ft. S m i t h , Arkansas

SHIPLEY BAKING COMPANY

73 South 6th Ft. Smith, Ark

B I IRICIHI R 3500 Jenny Lind

BETTER

LIVING

AT

LOWER

COST

Ft. S m i t h , Ark.

169


FREEMAN'S

FLOWERS G o l d m a n Hotel

SU 3-4194 c o m p l i m e n t s of

JohnsonSayers Photo Supply Co.

''Portraits by Camera"

1600 Grand

SU3-4979

Complete Line of Photographic Supplies

THE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 24 North 6th

1018 G a r r i s o n SU2-7233 SU3-8016

RADCLIFFE MOTORS 170

101 Towson Avenue

Fort Smith, Arkansas


Music by Muzak

Professional Life Bldg. S U 5 -1321

Merle Norman Cosmetics Whenever you use a Merle Norman Cosmetic, be assured of the fine quality preparations this company devotes all its time perfecting for the woman who cares for her skin. Established for thirty-one beauty years, this is the company that is devoted to youâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to a more beautiful you.

705 Garrison A v e .

C al vert - McBride

Office Supplies and Furniture

See a Bug...

Arab Termite and Pest Control 609 Towson Ave. Fort Smith, Ark

JIMMY TAYLOR

Printers Stationers Lithographers 1622 N o r t h 8th St.

SU3-3171 171


Compliments

MOSLEY ABSTRACT CO. 20 S. 6th Abstracts and Title Insurance

172

Market

right on the corner right on the price 401 N. llth


Arcade-Rockwood 900 Garrison

SU 2 - 2 0 0 1

Bicknell Insurance 509 Rogers

1111 G a r r i s o n

SU 3-6146

Rogers

SU 2-1071 173


Is there anything the paper, Sir?

in

Anything in the paper! All the world is in the p a p e r . . . . if you will but read what is written (in the paper) of this very day, it is enough for a year's history, and ten times as much meditation. THACKERAY

Serving 17 C o u n t i e s in W e s t e r n A r k a n s a s and Eastern Oklahoma

Slacks

Auto

GLASS -J PAINT v_^om pa nLJ

Sweet Shop

Phone SU 3-7717 811 North

"B" Street

Community Watch Shop

3119 Grand 174

SU 2 - 0 2 6 1

1422 Grand

SU 5-1411


Clinton Furniture 919 Rogers

SU 3-8281

American

t. ^ m / tk

Printing

RESTAURANT SUPPLY

Company

COMPANY

621 Rogers A v e n u e P h o n e SU 3-4520

1211 Garrison 175


THE FINE CAR CENTER 500 T o w s o n A v e n u e Fort S m i t h , A r k a n s a s SU 5-2511

IfKttBCP f.D.I.C. AN0 FVDCRAL RESERVE SYSTEM

OF •oLDEST

FORT

SMITH.

NATIONAL

BANK

ARKANSAS IN THE

STATE"

SERVING FORT SMI IH WITH TH REE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

Sixth and Garrison

Highway 71 South and Jenny Lind

Building 310 Fort Chaffee

PEOPLE'S BANK & TRUST COMPANY

176

Van Buren, Arkansas


toys . . . gifts prescription specialists sick room supplies baby needs . . . cosmetics

Compliments of

Duncan Motor

PRINCE Drug Store 1112 Towson Phone SU 2-9210 or SU 2-9211

Commercial

Cooley

Co.

Drugs Studebaker Cars and Trucks

SU 3-5153

MI 6-3021

128 No. Greenwood

3910 Towson

Fort Smith, Ark.

Fort Smith, Ark.

Furniture and Carpet City

Bank of Alma Alma, Arkansas

1112 South 22 178

4008 Towson

SU 3-8323

MI 6-3481


creekmore insurance agency

Compliments of

SPEER HARDWARE CO. 209 Rogers SU. 2-0358

FORT SMITH

TOBACCO and CANDY COMPANY Wholesalers Jobbers 313-19 Rogers Avenue

SU 3-5373

1110 Garrison

SU3-4651

GRAIN CAFETERIA Home of Good Food 616 Garrison

179


Smith

fort smith

and

OFFICE SUPPLY

Fort Smith's only authorized CHEVROLET-CADILLAC dealer for over 24 years

20 South 6th 105 North 7th 180

SU 3-3141

SU 2-0311


Dewitt Oldsmobile Company

SU 2-1036 600 Towson

ROYAL CROWN COLA and DIET-RITE COLA 47 S. 3

SU 3-6501 181


Dr.

Borengasser

Edgar F. Paul

Color Clinic

Bruce Rogers Wayne Leisher

Company

PATRONS

Carl Manuel

Burrow Printer 182

The Dollar Saver

Brooks Drive-in


Mock & Lively Insurance ALL LINES OF INSURANCE We will appreciate the privilege of participating in your future by taking care of your insurance needs.

218 North Greenwood

SU 3-0253

183


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