Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

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- 'vwr. , . J: r? 550, 331" in: quiw biggxw! it $7710 7943 dhicay weak 51w 1943 flhickfg 93am JOHN PLUNKETT Editor JACK FOGARTY Business Manager Photographed by Thurman's Studio Engraving by Southwestern Engraving Co. Printed by ACC Press $7710 7943 Mzickey weak Published by The Senior C1 aaaaaa h Year at- ah'gene Chmiatian Cawege IDedication tQhey have made possible our being here by depriving themselves of personal comfortse often by foregoing actual necessities: their sacrifice and selfless devotion to an ideal have made Abilene Christian College live and grow. Attempting to express our gratitude for such inspirational fidelity we dedicate the 1943 Prickly Pear to the parents of Abilene Christian College students and ex-students. ,ewwczd . . . This year has been a momentous one in the annals of world history: for those of us fortunate enough to have been in A. C. C., it will hold memories far more pleasant than the recollections of our less favored fellow man. If the Prickly Pear has depicted evidence of memories dear to you. then the book has fulfilled its purpose. ddminiatwatian fBuieding zeeem 96MB Qanafd Jiaw JVlc l fBuining U um 8ducat menett gmnaaium eaamfcew 56MB WQontentM Administration Student Body F e,ature Snapshots Sports Organizations Social Clubs Advertisments A xz-X w; - 3; 'Eg: K , ' g f I 5 V i :pJ i I . I 1 xil- i ' P ' x v ' I , 4 v .z x J N v r Xx g, . AV J adminiatmtion $awtd d fixuateea J . B. Collins, Big Spring President G. L. J ennings, Abilene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vice-President B. Sherrod, Lubbock ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, Vice-President S. N. Allen, Abilene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.Vice-President Hollis L. Manly, Abilene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS C. T. Hutchison ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene S. A. Bacon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, Abilene Wade Jones ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Childress L. P. Bennett ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Plains E. S. Lee Spur Omar Burleson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Anson J . E. Manly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Dr. Chester Callan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 ,,,,,,,, Rotan R. Martin Lubbock E. D. Chambers ......................................... Glenn J. B. McGinty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Terrell G. W. Cox ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Canyon Robert Miller ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ozona R. L. Cooner ................................................. Kyle George Pepper ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sweetwater J udge Allen D. Dabney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Eastland R. M. Pyeatt ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Clyde Clyde Echols ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene D. B. Rambo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Huntsville Dr. Joe B. Foster ................................ Houston Crutcher Scott ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene W. H. Free ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Otto Sosebee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Anson William Gunn .................................... Amarillo C. A. Wade ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sweetwater M. L. Hays .................................... Brownwood J . W. Watson ............................ Colorado City G. C. Helvey ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Dr. Stanley Whitacre ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, San Antonio W. F. Hejl ................................................. Midland TOaTHE STUDENTS OF 1942-43: There has been no student body in Abilene Christian Col- lege during the twenty-one years that I have been privileged to know A. C. C. that I have admired more than you who have been on our campus this year, 1942-43. The fortitude with which you have faced the peculiar un- certainties of the time, which are affecting your very lives, has been remarkable. The resolution with which you have lived, carried on your academic work, and entered into your student activities, in spite of circumstances, and even in spite of the mistakes we all might have made, will, without doubt, strengthen you and stand you in good stead in the years to come. I pray that God may bless each of you, and my hope is that each one of you may in the future diligently seek after Him through His Son. It is the sincere wish of all of us who work at Abilene Christian College that, whether you return here for school or not, we may have the opportunity of helping you in any time of need. Do not forget that Abilene Christian College is your school mother. Your friend DON H. MORRIS President 3y: R'PSMFTH Graduate of Abilene Christian College M. A. 1ce- re51dent from University of Texas Superintendent 0f Goose Creek Public Schools President of Lee Junior College, Goose Creek, Texastcame to A. C. C. in 1936 Profess0r of Social Science- Vice-President of A. C. C., 1940. Graduate of Abilene Christian College M. A. from Leland Stamford U., Palo Alto, California- Ph. D. from Columbia U. Came to A. C. C. in 1925 instruct0r in mathematics and education, 1925- 26 Assistant Professor in Education, 1927-30- Dean of Students, 1933-38 Dean, 1938. President of Texas Association of Deans and Advisers of Men, 1937-38, 1941-42 Chairrnan, Guidance Section of Texas State Teachers Associa- tion, 1939-40 President of Rotary Club and mem- WALTER H. ADAMS ber of Phi Delta Kappa, National Educational Dean Fraternity. Graduate of Abilene Christian College M B. A. from University of Texas,,,Principa1 Rural School, Johnson County for three years ,,Bursar of A. C. C. since 1927. Vice-President of Texas Conference,,,,member of Abilene Kiwanis Club,,.,Member of the MAM Club and Alpha Chi of A. C. C. Attended Ward Seminary, now known as Ward-Belmont College spent ten years in J apan as a missionary....became associated with Abilene Christian College in 1921,".served as matron in one of the girls, dormitories ,,,,secretary to President J esse P. Sewell and Batsell Baxter". registrar since 1927. LAWRENCE L. SMITH Bursar MRS. CLARA BISHOP Registrar fiaadtg - - R. C. BELL. M. A. LL. D. Professor of Bible JAMES FRANKLIN COX. M. A. Professor of Bible and Education JOHN PAUL GIBSON. M. D. Professor of Health MARCUS E. MULLINGS, Ph. D. Professor of Mathematics and Head of the Department HOWARD L. SCHUG. Ph. D. Professor of Modern Languages and Head of the Department ML W. EARL BROWN. M. A. Professor of Social Science and Head of the Department JAMES E. FREEMAN. M. A. Professor of Business Admimstratlon ' GROVER C. MORLAN. Ph. D. Professor of Elementary Education and Head of Education Department CHARLES H. ROBERSON, M.A.. L . . Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages and Head of the Department JEWELL WATSON, M.A. Professor of English and Head of the Department NORENE WATSON. B. A., B. F. A. Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory BURNYA MAE MOORE M. A. Assistant Professor of Clothing W. M. YOWELL. M. A. Associate Professor of Psychology and Social Science B. T. CLARK. JR. M. A. Instructor in Natural Science ARTHUR COLEMAN, B. A. Instructor in Education and Social Science Football Coach and Assistant Coach in Basketball D. W. CHAIN: B. S. Instructor in Band A. B. MORRIS. B. S. Instructor in Physical Education and Ag- riculture REBECCA MORRIS. B. A. Instructor in Speech HARRIET ROGERS. B. S. instructor in Typing and Shorthand fiawftg - - PAUL C. WITT, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department of Natural Science LYLIAN GRACE ARLEDGE. M. A. Associate Professor of Home Economics and Head of the Department MRS. CLARENCE E. BALEY. M.A. Associate Professor of English GILMER L. BELCHER, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education and School Administration LEONARD BURFORD, M. A. Associate Professor of Music and Head of the Department RHETTA SCOTT GARRETT, M.A. Associate Professor of English HOSEA H. LEWIS, M. A. Associate Professor of Physics and Mathematics PAUL SOUTHERN. M. A. Associate Professor of Bible and English J. W. TREAT. M.A. Associate Professor of Spanish and English 131- M, fiacuetg - - MONA SIEH. B. A. Instructor in Piano and Theory JUANITA TITTLE. B.A. Instructor in Art MARGUERITE ANDERSON Acting Librarian . Mb I pf ' ,g r1 MAX LEACH, M. A. V I a 1, ' Instructor in Science W. . " ' f '1 , MRS. McFARLAND 1 V7 ,4 :1 V1 Hostess of Chamberg Half , m II W LELA PARTIN i ' 3" .7 Secretary to Administration? 1 1 fl . r'y' ,1 . , 7 DOROTHY URBAN Secretary to Administration MRS. TEMPLETON Dietician J. D. THOMAS Assistant Burser ,1 . s! ERNEST D. SHELTON, M.S. High School Superintendent G. A. SCRUGGS, B.A. Principal of High School WILLIAM C. SIKES M.A. Supervisor in High School ZELMA LAWYER. M.A. Supervisor in High School ROBERT REEVES. B.S. Supervisor in High School EUGENE SMITH. B A. Supervisor in High School ESSIE RAMBO, B.A. Principal of Elementary School MRS. W. C. SIKES. B.A. Supervisor in Grades HOMER F. HOWK, Director ACC Press Bill Hay Student Cchncie President lst Semester Bill Hay President 2nd Semester Foy Short Foy Short Serving as a link between the Students, Association and the Admin- istration, the Student Council meets regularly to promote activities in Abilene Christian College. This year the council has sponsored chapel programs, an all student picnic, all college night, intra-mural sports, freshman get-acquainted week, and a Victory garden. Finleyu Brewster. Hay. LeFan. Short. Kercheville, Johnston, McCord, Jackson, Stromquist. Cox. McDonald, and Mullins Student 680cm Ceeaaa 99 Ms Culmination of four years of pleasant and memorable activities came for the class of 1943 with the annual ttstage walking on May 31. The diplomas presented entitled these students to recall, as exes, both the fun and the hardship of college life. Among those memories Will be the Fall picnic at Roadside park; the Junior-Senior picnic at Lytle Lake this Spring honoring the boys called into the Army Air Corpse making a huge gap in the graduation list; the sponsoring 0f the Master Singers and the presentation of the class gift-beautiful draw curtains for the windows of Sewell audi- torium; the senior one-act play directed by Lois McBride; the ttfarewell" of J im Cox, class prexy, in March-he was succeeded by Clayton Tuggle; and a multitude of activities that bound the graduating class of ,43 into loyal exes 0f the Wildcat Lair. OFFICERS President Jim Cox, Jr. Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J im Bob Jarrell Secretary Lois McBride JIM COX, Jr. Seniwto, - - ANNAGENE AINSWORTH Fluvanna B. S. Secondary Education Los Alegres; Ellen H. Richards MARY PEARL BEARDEN Lamesa B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards; C. S. O. CHRISTINE BROWN Devine- B. A. English Los Alegres, 39-41; W Club; Girls1 Dormitory Council. LAVERNE COALSON Abilene B. S. Home Economics NELDA CORTHRON Denison. Texas B. A. English Press Club, 41-42; Optimist 41- 42; Los Alegres; Alpha Chi MARY MARGARET BAUCOM Corpus Christi B. A. English Pickwickian; A Cappella; Ellen H. Richards; Girls, Training Class; W Club; Mission Study. NELLIE MERLE BENNETT Morton B. A. History Melpomenean; Kitten Klub; Ko-Jo-Kai, Sec. 42, Reporter 43; Junior Beauty; School Beauty 43; Girls, Dormitory Council, Vice-Pres. 42. CHARLES CHUMLEY Englewood. Colo. 3703 S. Sherman B A . . English Transfer from David Lipscomb College; Dramatics; Speech Tournament; 11A1, Club. Evan- gelistic Forum. J. D. CONE Colony, Okla. B. S. Pre-Med Band; Vice-Pres. of Freshman Class; A Cappella, Pres. 40-41; Tri-College Med Club; Pre-Med Club, President; Gavel Club, Pres. 41-42; Forensic Mgr.; Student Council, 41-42; Mel- pomenean; Sub-T-16; Science Club; Texas Academy of Sci- ence; "A4 Club, president. BETH COWART San Benito B. A. History A Qappella; Melpomenean; Ko- Jo-Kai; Girls, Dormitory Coun- cil; Senior Favorite Seniww, - - C. E. DUGGER Lawrenceburg, Tenn. B. S. Business Administration Phi Omega Chi; Business Ad- ministration Club ROBERT FAVER Sweetwater B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club; Badminton; Gavel Club ROBERT FINDLAY Anson B. S. Business Administration Press Club; Alpha Psi Omega; 3A4, Club; Gavel; Melpomenean; Forensics; ths Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities; Pickwickian. BENNIE LEE FUDGE Athens. Alabama B. A. Greek Alpha Chi; iiAii Club; ths Who in American Colleges and Universities; Evangelistic For- um; Mission Study, Leader 42-43. HENRY A. GRUBBS Abilene 2241 So. 8th St. B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club MARILEE FAVER Sweetwater B. S. Physical Education Band, 39-40; Kitten Klub, 40- 41; Ellen H. Richards; Badmin- ton; P. A. L. S., Sgt-at-Arms. LEWIS FERGUSON Junction B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club J ACK FOGARTY Abilene B.A. Bible Evangelistic Forum; Mission Study; Melpomenean Club; Prickly Pear, Business Manager. LOUISE GILES Breckenridge B. S. Business Administration Class Favorite, 39-40; Ko-Jo- Kai, President 42-43, Vice- president, 41-42; 2W" Club Treasurer, 42-43, B. A. Club, Secretary 42-43. TED HALE Colorado City Box 11 B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club Seniaw, 4 . WELDON HAMMILL BILL HAY Brownsbora Abilene B. A. Bible B. S. Business Administration Evangelistic Forum; Mission 2C" Club; Trojans; Business Study. Administration Club; PreSIdent of Students, Association; Whois Who in A.C.C. BELVIE LEE HILER LOTTIE 13- HOBBS P 11 Abilene ngrrslgoute 2641 So. 5th . . . B. A. English B: S. Business Administration PickWickjan Club, President Girls Training Class; Alpha 40-41, editor of iiPickWicker" Chi? 13' A' Chlb 40-41; Los Alegres; Girlsi Traini ing Class; String Ensemble; A Cappella; Alpha Chi, President, 43; Mission Study. MASAAKI ISHIGURO Los Angeles, California B. S. Chemistry Transfer from Pepperdine Col- lege; Science Club. WANDA LYNN HUGHES Woodson B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club; Ko-Jo-Kai; Kitten Klub. JIM BOB JARRELL JAYNE KERCHEVILLE Ft. Worth Prescott, Arizona B, S Education 120 N. Mt. Vernon . . Football, 39-42; Alpha Chi, A Cappella; PickWIckIan; Mel- President7 42; 2A" Club; Whois pomenean, Seg. 42-43; Girls: Who in American Colleges and Dorm. COUDCII; Alpha PSI Universities; Vice-president of Omega; Cadettes, LiBUt- General Senior class; A Cappella; Mis- sion Study, Evangelistic Forum; Phi Omega Chi. JAMES KNOTT REX KYKER Ft. Worth Farwell 2610 Loving B. A. . Dramatic Art Baseball, 41, 42, 43- Art Club; Evangelistic Forum; Mission Science Club; Business Admin- istration Club. Study; Gavel Club; Forensics; Melpomeneans, vice-president, 42-43; 2A2 Club; Alpha Psi Omega; Los Alegres; Student Council, Vice-Pres., 43. Seniwto, CHARLES LANCASTER LOUISE LANCASTER Belfast, Tennessee Belfast, Tennessee B. A, History B. A. English Transfer from David Lipscomb; Transfer from David Lipscomb; Mission Study; Evangelistic 2W3 Club; Ellen H. Richards; Forum; A Cappella. Melpomenean Club; Girlsi Training Class; Mission Study; Senior Beauty; Girlsi Dormitory Council. BILLY LANDERS GLADYS MAE LOVELADY Abilene Abilene B. S. Business Administration 525 Peach Business Administration Club B. A. Music Education Phi Omega Chi. A Cappella LOIS MCBRIDE ORVILLE MCDONALD Lamesa . Cedar Bayou 13' A' . Dramatic Arts B. S. Business Administration Girls, Dormitory Counc11;Me1- Trojans, Vice-Pres. 43; Mel- pomenean Chlb, Sec. 42; KO' omenean Pla ers; Business Jo-Kai, Pres. 42! Vlce-Presl 43,5 deinistration yClub; Mission A1phaPs10mega,Pres.43; iW Study; Student Council, Vice- Club, Vice-pres. 43; C. S. 0., Pres 43 Vice-pres. 43; Class Favorite 41; i . Band Sweetheart, 42; Class Secretary, 41, 42, 43. LURLINE MCGREGOR FREEMAN McKNIGHT Troup . . . . C t B' 5' Busmess Admlnistration 1131.511; Easiness Administration g.gaPana; Alphcal Chi, if? .43; Business Administration Club, 1r 5 ralnmg ass; ISSIOD - 43. Study; Business Ad. Club; 4W4 Board Of DlreCtorsi Club, President 42-43. DORQTHY JO MCMULLEN RUTH MERWIN Abllene . . . . Port Arthur B. S. Busmess Administration 2715 8th Street Business Administration Club; B S ' Sec. to Registrar. ' ' Education Melpomeneans; French Club; Band; Art Club; C. S. 0., Charter Member, Sec. 43; Girls Dorm Council; Prickly Pear Staff; Ko-Jo-Kai; Press Club; Optimist Staff. WAYNE MICKEY NORMA RUTH MOSER 153ng04" Bible ZNaxghachie - - . . 27 ollege St. $thppavllila, Preirggif! B??? B. S. Business Administration 0 S 0 m . .e can. .0 ' Transfer from JTAC' Pickwick- leges and Universities; Missmn ian Club Sec. 42.43;. Sextette' E5393; Evangelistic Forum; A A Cappella; Bus. Ad. Club; GATA, Pres. 42-43; Optimist Staff; Press Club; Girlsi Dormi- tory Council; Kitten Klub; C. S. 0., Charter Member; ths Who in A. C. C. Seniaw - l IRA L. NORTH Lawrenceburg, Tennessee B. A. Public Speaking Debate team; Evangelistic For- um; Mission Study; Transfer from David Lipscomb College. l 4A a JQHNXPLUNKETT iRoyail Oak. Michigan 2 39 East Brockton B. S. Education Phi Omega Chi, Vice-president x 42443; Melpomenean Players; 113?st Club; Whois Who in A. C. C.; Prickly Pear, Editor 42-43. HARRIANN RICE Abilene B. S. Education Spanish Club; P. A. L. S. ERNESTINE SHELTON Abilene B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards, sec. 41-42, vice pres. 42-43; Science Club; Melpomenean Players. LEA SHORT Porterville, California B. A. English ths Who in A.C.C.; ths Who in American Colleges and Universities; Pickwickian Club; Pres. 43; C50, First Pres; Op- timist, Business Manager 42, Editor 43; Student Council; Wildcat Band; ACC Symphony; 2W3 Club, Corres. Sec7y; Mel- pomenean Players; Ko-Jo-Kai; Press Club, Vice-Pres. OUIDA MAY SIMPSON Littlefield B. S. Physical Education Tennis Team; Badminton Team. LELA PARTIN Goose Creek 222 E. Murrill Ave. B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club, Board of Directors; GATA, Sec. 43; Secretary to Administration. . C. REED Hedly B. A. Bible Mission Study; Evangelistic Forum; Alpha Chi; 4A7 Club. DORA RICHARDSON Abilene 210 Graham B. S. Elementary Education Kitten Klub; Art Club; Ellen H. Richards; Appollonean Sing- ers. F OY SHORT S. Rhodesia. Africa P. O. Macheke B. S. Business Administration Mission Study; Evangelistic Forum; Men4s Glee Club; Sub- T-16, Quartermaster 42-43; ths Who in American C01- leges and Universities; Student Council, President 43; Bus. Ad. Club; 4A, Club. SYBIL SHORT S. Rhodesia, Africa P. O. Macheke B. A. Bible Girls4 Training Class, Leader 42; 4W4 Club; Alpha Chi; ths Who in American Colleges and Universities; A Cappella; Mis- sion Study; Art Club. FRANCES SMEDLEY Clyde B. S. Education Kitten Klub; Ellen H. Richards; P.A.L.S., Secretary-Treasury 41-42, President 42-43. Seniaxa - - BILL TERRY Texarkana 2011 New Boston Road B. S. Chemistry Science Club J. D. THOMAS Lubbock B. A. Bible Assistant Bursar; Mission Study; Evangelistic Forum. CLAYTON TUGGLE Throckmorton B. S. Business Administration Band Business Manager, 1943; President of Senior Class Se- cond Semester; Pickwickian Clug; Business Administration Clu V. M. WHITESELL Nashville, Tennessee 1706 Primrose B. S. Chemistry and Math Tennis Team; Business Ad. Club; Science C1ub;P1'e-Med C1ub;1Cy C1ub;1A, C;1ub Mens Glee C1ub;Student Council, Athletic Representative, 1943 DOW WILSON Briscoe B. A. Bible Melpomenean Players; Evan- gelistic Forum; Mission Study; Intra- mural footba11;Forensics. LEONARD WOOD, JR. Brady B. S. Chemistry Phi Omega Chi, President; Melpomenean Players; Science Club; Business Administration Club; Press Club. WILMA TERRY Snyder B. A. Dramatic Arts Student Council 41- 42, Junior Representative; Melpomenean P1aye1s, Bus Ad C1ub;E11en H Richards. LOU ANN TOWNSLEY Oklahoma City. Oklahoma 2712 W. let S. Primary Education Art Club;E11en H. Richards; Kitten K1ub;A Cappella, Sec 41- 43; GATA; Girls Dormitory Council, Pres. 42- 43; C...,SO Charter Member; Sooner Club. ALICE POPE WALKER Brownfield B S Business Administration Business Administration Club; Melpomenean Players; Kitten Klub. BETTY WILLIAMS Cordell, Okla. B. A. Music Band; A Cappella; Sextet; PA.L..,S Vice- Pres C..,SO. Charter Member; Pickwickian; Sooner C1ub;Ellen H. Richards; French C1ub;Coterie. JIMMY WOOD Holliday B A Speech Debater, 4 years; Mission Study; 1A1 Club;Gave1 Club; Los Alegres;A1pha Psi Omega; Melpomenean P1ayers;Evan- gelistic Forum. max, cg 744 The Junior class activities for this school year began with a ttcotton pickingh to help the farmers, followed later by a dinner and theater party in the fall. As spring rolled around, they had a joint picnic at Lytle Lake for' the boys that left for the Air Corps. As rings might not be obtainable next year, the Juniors placed their order this year and will receive them next fall. A tGay Nineties Reviewh was presented to earn money for the Junior Senior Banquet, which was held in May as the final activity of the year. Y OFFICERS President ,7 , Wallace J ackson Vice-President ., e a J ames LeFan Secretary ., ,, Effie McCord Wallace J ackson juniaw - - JAMES ATTEBERRY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Station A JIMMY AUSTIN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Corpus Christi 1812 Peabody DOYLE BANTA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Tuttle, Okla. BILLY BARNETT Austin RAYMOND BOSTICK ................................................ Temple R. R. 2 GLENNA BOYD Lubbock 13013 Arnett MAY DELLE BUTLAR .............................................. Quanah NINA JO CHESSHIER .............................................. Childress NED COX Temple 1306 South 2nd OLLIE DEAN COX Abilene 2057 N. 3rd. CLEVE CULLERS Bryson Box 187 WALTER CYPERT ..................................................... Hamlin DAVID DART ............................................. Hamilton, N. Y. RUTH DRUM Dallas 10202 Red Bud Road MERRILL DUGGER .......................... Lawrenceburg, Tenn. DON FINDLAY Anson ERNEST FINLEY Irving CARLTON FOUST Temple juniww, MARY DOT FRAZIER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R.R.1 LOVETTA FULFER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, CHARLES GARNER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, RALPH GRAHAM .............................. J ACK GREEN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nugent Rt. DURWARD GRUBB ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1018 Butternut MARY CAYCE GRUBB MARY BESS HARDGRAVE ,,,,,,,,,, Box 755 MARY LEE HARKEY ...................... MARY MARGARET HARRIS. ...... 750 E. N. 15th NOBLE HARRIS ,A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Levelland ..... Hugo, Oklahoma ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Belton ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Tuscola ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene ..................... Abilene ,,,,,, Nashville, Tenn. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sanderson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dickens ....................... Abilene Abilene 750 E. N. 15th MAX HEFLEY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, An LT'AJ ' Lu .Lbeuv 1cw GLORIA JUNE HOBBS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1525 Orange MARY GLENN HUFF ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Box 186 HAZEL LEE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ........ Jackson, Tenn. 5 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene ...................... Lockney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Winters juniww, TROY LEE,,, . . V WLongview JAMES LEFAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Quinlan PATRICIA LOE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Raymondsville MARY HELON McANULTY ,,,,,,,,,,,, Camden, Arkansas 223 Madison EFFIE McCORD Dallas 5546 Belmont WILLIAM McDANIEL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sinton JAMES MCKINNEY Sweeny DOROTHY JEAN MARTIN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lubbock 1793 2lst DORIS MASSEY ..Abi1ene 926 Victoria MARTHA FAY MOLLOY ..................... Hollis, Oklahoma Box 415 JACK MORGAN Temple Rt. 1 LARNELL NICHOLS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Prescott. Arkansas CATHERINE OVERALL ............................ Nashville, Tenn. 3535 Central BERT POWF'T T Freeport Box 481 JAMES QUALLS Cisco Box 612 U I H - MARJORIE RAWLINSON ...................................... Corsicana 419 South 30th GEORGE RICHARDSON ............................................ Abilene 326 Peach WANDA RICHARDSON ............................................ Abilene 210 Graham COLEEN HOUSE Cisco GERTRUDE ROY Call JAMES BUSHING Pritchett R. L. SANDERS Anson Box 566 MARGARETE SAVAGE ........................................ Littlefield Rt. 2 GRANT SHARMAN Canyon Box 436 HAZEL SMITH Lubbock R. A. SMITH Ballinger GERALDYNE STEPHENSON .............................. Ft. Worth 2004 Gould MARY PRUDIE STORY ............................................ Stanton LLOYD SWINDLE Tuscola DOROTHY JO SWINDOLL .......................................... Dallas BOYD TAYLORW Paducah, Ky. 322 South 19th EUGENE TENREY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Calumet. Okla. Box 91 NORMAN THOMAS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hale Center FRANKIE TIDWELL Anson VIVIAN TREAT Bellevue MARY 'rU'T'rLE Dallas DOROTHY URBAN ..Brady BILLY VINSON Abilene Nugent Rt. THOMAS WAGNER ................................ Hopkinsville; Ky. 2211 South Virginia MARY LOUIS WALKER Coleman MAX WATSON Austin 2602 Guadalupe IMOGENE WEATHERFORD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Chillicothe Box 301 EDSEL WELLS ............................................ Detroit, Michigan 1268 Engle CURTIS WISE Dallas 218 Hollywood ELBERT YOUNG .................................. Brush Creek, Tenn. Qeaaa cg W; This year the Sophomores have been very active in phases of acad- emic and extra-curricular activities on the campusescholastic honors, debating, literary writings, sports, religious activites and social affairs. Being especially outstanding in the field of sports, the Sophomores won the intra-mural football championship and also the intra-mural basketball championship, and honors in badminton, tennis, and baseball. The fall picnic was held in November at Lytle Lake. The event was a success and Sophomores recovered until December. OFFICERS President Guy Brewster Vice-President Richard Back Secretary Mae LaVerne Buchanan GUY BREWSTER Snphamamw, - - OWEN AKIN Stamford 218 West Oliver JOE AIKEN Sweetwater 503 Bawie JAMES VICTOR ALLEN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Spur A. R. ARCHER ..... Abilene Box 558 ORAN BACK .. McLean RICHARD DEAN BACK ......................................... McLean WILLADEEN BAKER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Route 3 LUCY BLAKE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Winfield. Kan. 1212 Ann St. VERNON BOGLE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 702 N. E. 14th PAUL BOND Perryton LAWRENCE BONNER ...................................... Sweetwater 506 Cedar St. MAXINE BROWN Abilene 1642 Clinton JAMES ALVIN BRYAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Frederick, Okla. JACK BRYANT Sidney MAE LAVERNE BUCHANAN ,, , Hobart, Okla. Sapliamam, - - JUANITA CARRINGTON ............................................ Dallas 919 Winnetka DAN CLARK Arlington 101102 N. Center St. LOLA SUE CLARK ...................................................... Abilene 1402 Washington Blvd. MARION ETHELDA CLARK .................................... Abilene 1402 Washington Blvd. DOROTHY CLOUD .................................................. Lampasas ELDON COATS Idalou C. J. COLLIER Abilene 310 Santos GAYLEN COLLIER ................................................ Fluvanna BETTY COLLINS .................................................. Big Spring Box 829 JERRY CONE Colony, Okla. LEWIS COX Clovis. N. M. 1208 Mitchell WANDA COX Austin 3000 Bryker MARY JEAN DAVIS ......................................... Waxahachie 304 E. Marvin FREDDA DERRYBERRY ............................................ Abilene 1502 N. 3rd OLLIE DUFFIELD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mineral Wells Box 336 Suphamawea - - LA RAE EMBREE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Petersburg Route 2 RUTH EMBREE Tuscola GUY EVANS Abilene 1417 Cedarcrest GLEN EXTER Dimmitt WANDA FEHL Monahans , Box 1082 HAROLD FLETCHER , ,,,,,, ,. Hamlin Box 84 BILLY FLY Hugo, Okla. 308 E. Bluff EULA FOSTER ,,,,,,,, Paris 177 Graham BARBARA FOUCHE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Denver City FREDDIE GARDNER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Carta Valley BETTY ANN GILBERT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lubbock 1914 29th DOROTHY JEAN GLOVER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Winters DOUGLAS GRAVES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 1709 Belmont BILL GROUND Dallas Rt. 1, Box 353 JOHN HARDGRAVE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Sanderson JO BETH HENDRICK ....................................... Hollis, Okla. Box 32 GENE HICKS 77777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777 San Antonio 115 Compton JAMES MORRIS HICKMANV Lawrenceburg. Tenn. Sapliamwtea - - WILMA LOIS HIGGINS .......................................... Hereford ANNIE JO HTTT Higgins ELDA JEAN HOOK ................................................ Rochester LEO HUDDLESTON ......... ...Albuquerque 1504 N. 4th FRANCES JACKSON ........................................ Farmersville HENRY JEAN JONES ............................................ Knox City JACK JORDAN Mineola MARY ELLEN KEY ................................................ Hillsboro 306 Craig ROBERTA KIDD 1' amesa DALE KING Stamford FRANK KISER. JR. Mason MILDRED KNOWLES .............................. New Orleans, La. 4644 Bac'cich SETH LAWRENCE Anson LAVORIS LEE Spur WILARA LEVERETT .................................................. Abilene 704 Elm EDNA McCLELLAN ........................................ Lepanto, Ark. BERNICE McCT W T AN McLean HOWARD McCLELLAN .............................. Mayfield, Kan. Snpfwmwtea - : MARCIA McCLENDON .............................................. Mineola 710 N. Pacific J. T. MCDONALD .............................................. Cedar Bayou Box 64 JEAN McELYEA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brownwood 501 Milton GLORIA McLEOD Trent BILLY JOE MAYNARD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Crane K3011 604 DORA DEE MITCHELL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sylvester KATHERINE MONEY .................................................... Waco 2300 Burnett PAULINE MOQF'T F'Y Millersview BRUCE MUNDAY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Los Angeles, Calif. 8100 S. Mariposa JOHN MURPHY Dimmett ALMA NEWKIRK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Folsum, N. M. BOBBY JO NICHOLS Waco S. 31 Proctor LOWELL PADEN.. .. Lubbock CALLIE PARKER Royalty WILLIAM PATTERSON ........................................... Abilene 310 Meander LOUISE PEPPER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, San Antonio Box 172 ANN RAMSEY Ennis 201 Gaines JAMES SCOTT." ..Livingston N. Rhodesia South Africa Sapliamam, - - BILLY 'SEALS Belton Box 689 BILLY BOB- QF'T T F'RS Coolidge Box 125 JACK SELLERS ........................................................... Coolidge BETH SHORT .................................... Macheke. S. Rhodesia South Africa RUTH SINGER ...................................................... Sweetwater 1104 Fowler 1 ERNA T. SMITH Alba COGSWELL SPIKES .................................................... Itasca CLINTON STORM ........................................... Denver. Colo. 1900 Sherman NANCY TERRY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fayetteville. Tenn. SHELDON F. VAN DYNE .......................... New York City 44-17 Morningside Drive CARROLL VERNON ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gladewater R. R. 1 VIRGINIA WALES .................................................... Florence JERELENE WARREN .................................................... Rotan DARRELL WESTMORELAND ................................ Wingate BOB WHITAKER .................................................. San Angelo CLARA WHITTEN McAllen RUTH WILLIAMS Stamford JAMES YOUNGBLOOD .................................... Flint, Mich. 1021 Va Mason CQQaM 0g W6 Wide-eyed, eager, and just a little apprehensive, nearly two hundred first-year students flooded the campus of Abilene Christian College on Registration day last September. How- ever, the Freshmen J amboree, promptly dispelled the last trace of shyness-and upper class- men were forced to assume the role of by-standers as these spirited ttslimesh plunged into a year of scholastic and social activities. Under the leadership of prexy A1 Kercheville the group swung into action. In previous years, old tires and battery cases have been Vital necessities to the Homecoming Bonfire, but last November at the Annual Homecoming Pep Rally, the fire was just as big and blazing as ever, using all non-priority materials. Patriotically, and a trifle foot-sore, they hiked to Lytle Lake for a fall picnic; and for a similiar occasion in March, the same mode of transporation was employed. The Wind proved too strong for building fires at Cobb Park-so everyone present made the best of the situation by consuming the hot dogs raw. OFFICERS President, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A1 Kercheville Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hollis Manly Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nelda Jean Patteson gxeoftmen - - OLIVE ADAMS ........................................ Hamlin PATTI ALLEN ........................................ Abilene HARRY ANTHONY .................................. Rotan MARJORIE ARLEDGE .......................... Orange TOMMY ARMSTRONG .......................... Dallas 5643 Monticello GEBTRUDE ASHLEY ......... Hammon,. Okla. RICHARD BATTEN ,,,,,,,,,,,, Tennessee Colony MARY FOE BUCOM .................................... Taft IMOGENE BIGGERSTAFF .................. Abilene 363 College Drive ALAMAE BLACK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene RR. 5 ROY BOURLAND ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 1002 Grape St. ROBERT BRENNEN .................................. Alvin BARBARA BROOKS .................................... Taft WILLADINE BROWN ,,,,,,,,,,,, Bellview, N. M. WALTER DANIEL CABE ................... Abilene 750 14th St. H. W. CALLAN .................................... Shamrock IMOGENE CARR ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Des Moines. N.M. JOHN CLARDY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brownwood MARY LOUISE CLARY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bonham MOODY LEE COFFMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene R. R. 2 JEANNE COLE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 1717 Sycamore CARROL COLLIER ........................ Brownfield GERAL DEAN COMPTON ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rotan KATHLEEN CONWAY ................ Tulsa, Okla. 5mWn-- GLORIA FRANCES CORDER .......... Abilene R R. 4 MERLE EVELYN COX ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Clovis. N. M. FAYE COX ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Achille, Okla. DON CRANFILL .................................. Abilene 774 North 14th ANNA LEE CROOM ......... ScottsdalaArizona EDNA MAUDE CROW ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hamlin MERRIAN CROWDER ........................... Snyder MARY FRANCES CRUSH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Garland WILLIE JEAN CULLEN ...................... Abilene 1149 Palm RICHARD LEE DACUS ......... Arapaho, Okla. E. R. DAVIS ............................................ Lubbock LOU ZOE DENT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Olton DAVID DESHA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Grand Saline JO ANN DUNN ...................................... Abilene 258 Graham NANCY ESTES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Rt. 5 MILTON FLETCHER ............................ Hamlin Box 84 ERCY G. FULBRIGHTWV, .McLean JOYCE FULBRIGHT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McLean Box 304 SHIRLEY GARDNER ............................. Anson Rt. 1 BILLIE JEAN GLASS .......................... Abilene 1318 S. Fourth MARDELLE GRAY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Carroll, Iowa 524 R. Carroll St. MARY ELIZABETH HAAG ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 1182 Palm St. KARLTON HALBERT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, San Antonio 1910 Roosevelt Ave. LA FAWN HALL.. ,,,,, Hawley Rt. 1 ,1. fiwoftmen - - SUE HARDEGREE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Colorado City 723 Walnut St. SARAH OLIVE HARPER ........ Colorado City 712 Oak JOY ELAINE HARRIS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Houston 227 Edgewood DOROTHY JIM HARVEY ,,,,,,,,,,,, Big Spring 1510 Main NOLA HEBBABD ...................... Milan. Kansas J. C. HEJL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Midland EXA HENRY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wickett Box 205 MARY JO HENRY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dallas 5919 Velasco SELMA RAE HENRY ............................ Wickett Box 205 IRVIN D. HILER ....................................... Dilley 7 Box 17,5 3 -' JANE MARLIS HODGES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Winters LOIS HOOK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rochester 1 . x W? W 1 WW M WJKVWM + XMM 7W1 . W WILMA RUTH H OTEN ........... Itasca HELEN LANELL HUNT ...................... Sinton AL HUNTER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Canyon MARY JERNIGAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mineola I .' , , f ,' 'UIQ I'Mq. 130::1117, 471' j x0141; 7m INA , . ,,. lyulk P$ "I,'" 7'1 .' HAROLD'C 151'? JONES ........ Brownfield FOY KIRKPATRICK ........................ Ft. Worth 933 Ramsey BILL KUGHN. JR. ................ 0113, Louisiana Lfo LEDBETTERWWW ..................... McLean KOLLEEN LEE ......... i ............................ M idland 311 S. Pecos MARGARET LEE ....................................... Rule Rt. 2 LUTHER MACK LEFAN .................. Quinlan SUE LOE Afton gawftmen - DOROTHY LUCK .............................. Stamfdrd MARY EDITH LYNCH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Littlefield LARRY MCDONOUGH ,,,,,,,,,,, Cross Plains Box 63 . ALMEER MCFADDEN, JR. ,Mineral Wells Rt. 1, Box 94 BETTY GREY MCKINNEY ............... Sweeney Box 69 VESTAL MONROVIA MANER ,,,,,,,,, Blanket Rt 1 HOLLIS MANLY, JR. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 842 Meander St. VINCENT MAY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kansas City. Kansas BETTY MAYHEW ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ellis, Kansas 204 E. William RICHARD MEGGS ................................... Dallas 6295 Mercedes RENA FAYE MEIL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lenders Rt. 2 WANDA LOU MIDDLETON ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 1701 Cedar Crest NELDA JEAN MILLIKEN ............... Lovelady EDWARD F. MILLS ,,,,,,,,, Washington, D. C. 7004 Ninth St. NINA JO MILTON ......... Albuquerque, N. M. JACK RALPH MITCHELL ............ Brownfield 205 S. Eighth BOBBIE LOU MORGAN .......................... Olney 407 w. Hamilton MARY BELLE MORGAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lubbock 1812 Ave. R BARBARA JEANNE MORLAN ,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Sta. A JACKIE MORRIS ................................... Abilene Sta. A EMMA RUT mar. ............................. Waco --'s A 604 N. - FRANCES NE KIRK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Falsom, N.M. BETTY RAE NIGH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Penalos. Kansas BETTY NORMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 850 Beech 9mm - - FRANCES OVERBY ................................ Dallas 1434 Serene Drive NEIVILLE OWEN .................................... Vernon Rt. 1 EDSEL PADEN ........................................ Abilene Rt. 3 SARAH PARKER .................................... Royalty NOBLE PATTERSON ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ft. Worth 1301 N. Sylvania NELDA JEAN PATTERSON ................ Smiley Box 179 BEN PAXTON ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wilder, Idaho Rt. 1 GLADYS RUTH PETTY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Quinlan Boles Home MARSHALL PIOR ......................... Sweetwater 1706 Lamar St. HELEN POWELL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Red Springs PATSY POWELL .................................. Childress JO POWERS ........................................... Abilene .902 Peach St. BILL PRUDE ......................................... Quinlan Boles Home ELSIE RAINES ...................................... Nineveh RUTH RAMBO .................................... Huntsville RANDALL RAMPY ,,,,,,,,,,,, Washington, D. C. 4532 47th St. N. W. STELLA RAMSEY .................................... Moran MARILYN RANGE ...................... San Antonio 1227 Hammond Ave. JO NELL RIDER ................................... Houston 706 Redan ANN ROBERSON .................................... Abilene Sta. A DORIS ROBERTS ...................................... Olden LOYCE PEARL RODGERS McMinnville,Tenn-. RUTH ROGERS ...................................... Quanah 111 W. 10th MAVIS ROSE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dalhart Box 470 5mm-2 MARVIN RUTLAND ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ovalo GENE A. SCRUGGS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,,, Abilene Station A FRANK SHARMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Canyon Box 436 SHERLEY SHEPARD ........................ Lubbock 1917 Ave. M JAMES K. SIKES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene Sta. A MARY LOUISE SIMMONS ,,,,,,,,, San Antonio 1214 Burleson LOUISE SIMMONS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene MARY WADE SMITH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pecos 1116 W. 6th JOHN ROY STEVENS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Temple 1102 S 3lst EUGENE SUTPHEN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Baliinger 909 Eighth EDWARD TEMPLETON , ,,W Abilene 834 E. N. 14th BILLY RAY TITTLE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Altus, Okla. Rt. 3 KARL VINCENT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lovington. N. M. DOROTHY INEZ VINSON ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene JEANNE WAID ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dallas 1857 Summit Ave. BILLY COLEMAN WATSON ,,,,,,,,,, Lockney MYRLE WEATHERFORD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Stinnett OLGA LOUISE WEST ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Galveston 3214 Ave. Q JEWEL CHRISTINE WHITE ,,,,,,,,,, Lubbock 1916 26th Street FRANK WILSON, JR. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sinton BILLIE JEANNE WISDOM ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Abilene 1734 N. 15th BETTY WOOD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roscoe SELMA WOOD ................. Huntsville. Ala. 123 Green St. ELVA WRIGHT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dallas 1010 Hendricks GENE YOUNG ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cotton Center LILY MARGARET YOUNG ............... London geatuwa Jiitten JMLM tween me Qean Gan: Seftaae Educated, agne iCachuwe 335w yea; Schaae Shanty jittw 53enneit 4 Seniwt Cauwtiteo, 33etli Cawcvtt im Baa: Seniw 53eautg Ewioe .EancaAtea Wie MCCM 513. B. Sandew r . W junicw 53eautg - - , Maw fluttfe Shae 33and Snpfwmwte Qeautg Mag; Baueme 513 ucFLcman 4 Q 616 Jkacfteuiwe gxwftman Shanty wadeg Shepwtd 4 mam ' 101w BILL HAY J AYNE KERCHEVILLE Bill Hay-Abilene High Graduate. Four year letterrnan in Basketball; All Conference Guard- President of Trojan Social Club President 0f Studenw Association-Sch001 favorite. J ayne Kerchevi11e Graduate of Albuquerque, N . M. high school-Brigadier General of Cadettes Social Club-Secretary of Melpomenean Players. Outstanding in Dramatics-School Favorite Charter member of CSO. Wallace J ackson-President of Junior class President of Melpomenean Players KRBC an- nouncer Member of Alpha Psi Omega Promin- ent in dramatics. WALLACE J ACKSON meo 101w J IM COX LOIS MCBRIDE J im Cox-Pre-Med Major-President of Sen- ior Class Vice President of Phi Omega Chi President of Science Club-Member of Alpha Chi Member of A Club. Lois McBride President of Alpha Psi Omega Vice President of K0 Jo Kai-Lead in Barrens of Wimpole Street and other plays Vice-Presi- dent of CSO- Charles Chumley Transfer from David Lips- comb College-Program Manager of KRBC Mem- ber of A Club Pr0minent in religious activities. CHARLES CHUMLEY 4 Mfwfo Mfw DORIS JOHNSTON CLAYTON TUGGLE ,- W. Doris Johnston-Secretary 0f Studen'w As- sociation Lieuten3nt General of CadetteJ-State Badminton Champion-Charter Member of C80. Clayton Tuggle -President of Senior Class-- Business Manager of Wildcat Band Leader in class activities. Lea Shorp-President of Pickwickians-Edi- tor of Optimist-President of CSOwMember of of Ko-Jo-Kai-reporter of Wildcat Band-Mem- ber of Little Symphony-Press representative on Student Counc11 C0rresponding Secretary of W ' Club. ' LEA SHORT W ?Ufufo ?lMa NORMA RUTH MOSER JACK FOGARTY Norma Ruth Moser-Secretary of Pickwick- wickian Club President of GATA Charter mem- ber of CSO Outstanding in music. Jack Fogarty Business Manager of Prickly Pear Leader in religious activities. John Plunkett-Editor of Prickly Pear Vice President of Phi Omega Chi. JOHN PLUNKETT 4 3napa$cta 01d Faithfuls-F. E.-Romantic looking-Always together Those fishl-Fun on way to class-We don't. do that, girls-- Chapel time-Hot Dogs-Hi-Ho Silveerause that refreshes- Dow with his hand iull-In'esistiblo McBrid 10:00 A. M.--Working Fudge-Looking Up-It's still 10:00- Why so serious?-Worl?ing dut. girls?-To P. 0.-Jack and Grant- Side view of Sub-T-ls. Fish picnic Home for nine months-Good for the figure-Bash- ful-Confidential--What a trio-More dames Jr.-Sr picnic-The mails in, gang-Mama's little girl-Gruesome twosome-Orson Wells Jackson Another coup1e Okay. breakit up-Loafing till bean time-Hungary dames-The she doctorb-Glamour girls- Tho one and only Glam: Brock A dog's life-Look innocent, don't they?-Brother1y love- The pause that refreshes A whole bunch of those Gatas-Please Mister-Her children-Posed picture-You and Buffalo Bill- Reducing exercise-Cue Ball-A good bunch of Wildcats-It's a deep secret-Now for same beam. MOOSFLea-Cricket Barbara-Grant-Ollie -.Dean-They're happy-Cheer leader LeFan-You know 'em-Howd this get in? -All smiles-Um-Clcse your mouth, John-Twinses-Ditto New hat?-Cotton picking time-Stick 'em up!-Dr. Mickey- Look close-It's like thiSh-TWO dumb looks-Look close again- Windy-Jack-Two morons-Merrily we aing-Dim-out-Puniol It's like this, girls-Reflection Such 1uxury-Stu$'ing? No!- A good western-Sing, girls-Bernice explains it-In library- Conce ntrat io n The editor at work-The checker-outer-Smiling operator. That far-away look-Typica1 freshmen-Lunatic LeFan- How'd this happen? Pa1s-Versati1e group-Picnicking-Nor Mor Moses-Cone-Sungrins-Three happy girls-Hello there! -What to do next?--It can't be P. E.-"Pop" Helvey-Stepping lively-Beanery time-Mer and Puny. What's wrong, Pat?-Now take a 'ittle bit e-Caught-That James boy-Homecoming barbecue-Burr-r heads-Three's a crowd-Prof. Sikes See anything. Coot?-Those labs-Roberson checks roll-Childish. ain't he? Papa and mamma Crow-Army life deluxe-Well. do some- thing-He found what he wanted-Pretty hair do, no?-The thin man-Man and his future-Just kids, no doubt-Aw. go away nosy -Swede and Jitter-Same old line. Doc-Mutt and Jeif- ' Bull session-inmates of Chamber's Hall-Daring kids-the hangout-Dangerous business-Those beautiful smiles-Remember the tires Banta. they're sc arce-McMurry's waterloo-Stimulation of a kind-Contuct-Gono Bonnotts undorltudy-Nice going. iish -PnnnndI- Juniors vs. Seniors-Bunch of Girls-Resting-Soup's 011- Prying Fish-Boat. but no water-Off we go!-Too many cooks- Pledges at work-Don't fall in-He who plays with fire-Soph. picnicwhnethu picnic. Phooey-Welcoming Committee-Just Bill Steps to education -More fun-Casey at Bat-Lost. Lea?-Just lovelyl-Is this Max? -Don't look back-Relaxation-Under the flag-Chums-Anyway, it's a fish-Some position for a prof.-Martin and her men-Snead "Happy. girll?-G:rrr.-Snowtimo. Ruth Merwin did this pagewno commentl-Ed. Three PALS talk it over-Why Cadettes get gray-Watch it. Betty-Privates Cox. Powell and Rogers-What did you say Ma- rian?-Surprise, Jo Ann with her tongue in -Private McClellan guarding the post office D5No1a takes to gardening-Shirley Gardner PAL Tidwell-Pledge Merwin-Pattesonr, Mayhew. and Fulbright You forgot to smile, Sherley-Your bangs are straight. lS'usie-Lovely day for a picture. isn't it-Pledge Hendrick-GATA mcup- The one without the leaves is LeaeLou Ann taking her work seriously-PALS lineupePledge Hughes-Get that tongue in, pledge--Five excusesePrivate Powell on sentry duty-The one with the smile is the pledge-Nine soldiers. off duty--Surprise pledge-Nona Loo- After chapel. part one and two-Mr. Smith and three admirers -Lamppost blues-Another after chape1 This isn't what it looks like Okey now you, look pleasant-Bookstore gang-Mary Pearl u-Gee, but dis is cold weather- Man hurt-The happiest moments of their lives-Ham sand- wich, ham in the middle-Poor Ford-and a good time was had by all-Pepsodent smiles-Bringing home the bacon before ra- tioningk-You're the goat- Mommy's little babies-This means you, men-Ready to attack -Just a quiet stroll-Double feature-How dry I am-Won't that bell ever ring-Cafe or Class-Bo Jo and Speedy-Get away from those bushes-Just a couple of p1edges-It must have been funny cause Rosey laughed too-Always carrying the torch-on-the look out-oh this silly hair- Seth and Edna-Hulen and Jitter-Lois and Wallace-J'ack and Mary EIlen-Harry and MerlFSue and John Roy-Pat and J. D.-Buckett and Sonny-Joyce and Norman-Roy and Chris- CR. L1. and Betty. and Gloria Some people ratQ-Barbara and BI'O - Nice going Rex-We always wash our feet on Saturday- Lovely day for a picnic-Ernestine demonstrates how it's done- Martin and Morris-All together now. we'll get Lucy across- Former tight rope walkers-Sophomores on parade-Hicks and Cone-Don't take it so hard Effie-Gruesome foresome-Your left eyebrow is on crooked. Loo- gooteaw HEAD COACH A. M. Coleman ASSISTANT COACH A. B. Morris Completely upsetting the pre-season predictions of all the experts, the light- Wcight Wildcat squad lost only one Confer- ence game. The only conference 1055 came at the hands of the ever-threatening Howard Payne Yellow Jackets. Although they were light and comparatively inexperienced, the 1942 Wildcats took second place in the Texas Conference. Burton, BreWer, Alexander, Back. Burns, Stevens, Callan, Maynard, James Cole- man, Aiken, Simmons, Ellison, Paine, Jarrell, Hunter, Elwood, Brock, Everett, Qualls, Bond, McLennon, Bennett, Stovall, Hughes, Mullins, Stromquist. STARTIN LINE-UP Hughes, McLennon. Burton. Aiken, Turner. Bennett. Jarrell. Alexander, Mul- lins, Stovall, Qualls. Underdogs in pre-ratings, the ACC Wildcats, led by the sparkling runs of Bert Brewer and the tremendous punts of J ake Mullins, started their season off in a promising manner by smashing the East Texas Lions 13-7 at the high school stadium. Three fumbles early in the game pre- vented ACC from making a serious scoring threat until three minutes before the half. From that time on the Wildcats had things pretty much their own way. The Wildcats racked up their second Victory by beating the Lubbock Army Flying School 12-0 at Morris Stadium. Again the underdogs Wild- cats were led by the Freshman scat-back, Bert Brewer. Although Brewer did none of the scoring, his shifty runs and punt returns made him the spark-plug of the team. The first marker came as a result of a line Thym'w rwi F Alexander Brock Turner Paine McLennon Buck WILDCATS SMEAR AUSTIN COLLEGE PASSER plunge by Elwood Turner. The last six points were scored by James Burton on a 65 yard run-back of an intercepted pass. Beautiful blocking enabled him to do this, with Gene Bennett taking out the last would-be tackler on the Lubbock 10 yard line. The Wildcats bowed to the Texas College of Mines in their first game away from home by a 20-14 score. Abilene led at the half 7-6 as 5-1 result of a line plunge by Elwood Turner and conversion by Jake Mullins. The Miners came back to score once each in both the third and fourth quarters Which won the game for them. Passes from J ake Mullins to Mike Hughes brought the last score With three minutes to play. K Maynard James Callan Mi Stevens Simmons Ellison f, ACC came back into the win column by tak- ing their first conference game from the South- western University Pirates 18-0. Little Bert Brew- er, Freshman flash, started things off for the Wildcats early in the first by splashing thirty five yards around end to score the only touch- down in the first half. The next touchdown was scored by Elwood Turner on a plunge over cen- ter, after a pass from Jim Bob Jarrell to Red Qualls placed the ball on the four. The final score was made by Joe Aiken who intercepted a pass and returned it forty yards. ACC Wildcats sounded a real warning to Tex- as conference foes by smashing over the South West Texas Bobcats 26-0. The Wildcats, behind superb blocking, scored 13 points in each the first and last quarters. A fumble by San Marcos Seniwt Bettermen Bennett Stromquist Hughes Jarrell Stovall Mullins Burton Qualls paved the way for a pass from Jim Bob Jarrell to Red Qualls for the first tally with Jake Mul- Vin; converting. Bert Brewer went over stand- ing up from Southwesternts twenty-five for the next marker. Early in the third quarter, ACC threatened and in the fourth Sonny Back and Elwood Turner each scored. Bert Brewer, 145 pOUnd Freshman back, led the Wildcats to a decisive 33-0 Victory over the McMurry Indians in their thirteenth intra-city Texas Conference clash. He scored the Cats first rolling toward the Widest margin ever piled up in this all-Abilene feud. Those three tallies boost- ed Brewefs season total to forty-two points, putting him out in front in the conferences indiv- L.A.F.S. LOST GROUND ON THIS PLAY idual scoring race. J ake Mullins, veteran quarter-back made the fourth trio into the end-zone ahis first touchdown in three years of intercollegiate football. The last one was made by Glenn Brock, reserve back, on a nine yard drive through the middle of a fagging Indian line. The Indians seldom had a chance to open up, for they were never within striking dis- tance. ACCts hopes for the conference championship were brought to an end on Friday the 13th when the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets took their tenth consecutive title by beating the Wildcats 9-0. The first half saw no scores although the J ackets had threatened several times. A third period field goal and a fouth stanza touchdown provided the margin of Victory for the winners. The Wildcats made only one serious threat as a result of a forty-five yard run by Bert Brewer t0 the eleven yard line; however this was as close as they could go through. Almost shackled for two periods by a wind apparently blowing from the land of Santa Claus and an Austin College team of tigerish fighting qualities, the Abilene Christian Wild cats, on November 21st found the scoring formula in the last half of a Texas Conference game and thrilled a Homecoming crowd to theirmost one sided triumph of modern times. The gm .. MULLINS ELUDES TACKLERS TO PASS score was 53-0. For the first tally it was Red Qualls around end for seventeen yards. Then Elwood Turner cracked center for the next one. Next Royal James picked up a partially blocked kick on the fifteen and swept across unmolested for the touch. Brewer added the extra point. Brewer obtained six more points through guard from the five. His try for extra point was good. After that Glenn Brock found a hole Off the right side and ran seventy- tWO yards for six points. Brewer ran the extra point. Brewer also set up the next mark- er With a fifty yard dash but the kick was Wide. A pass intercepted 0n the thirty-five, ran back to the two by Royal James was converted into a touchdown by Dick Stovall. Brewefs boot failed. This marked the finish of TontOCOIemanb first season as ACC Head Coach. : . a. . . i g, :2 May, Williams. Patterson, Short, Millican. Williams, Smith. Norman, Crain Hichman, Haag, Rogers, Fehl. Glover, White, Middleton. Smith Graham, Howard, Sharman, McClellan, Bryant. Crain, Nicholes. Lawrence, Wagner Tuggle, Allen. Cabe. Cox. Graham, Hejl. Vincent. Wise WILDCAT BAND Although the Wildcat Band was smaller than usual this year, it maintained the high stand- ards of quality set by its larger predecessors before the war. Its activities, curtailed somewhat by transportation difficulties, included concerts during Homecoming and Lectureship, a spring concert, a series of radio programs over local Station K. R. B. C., a number of chapel appearances, and a trip to Brownwood. Fall and spring dinners were held by the band. Pres. Jim Cox Pres. Second Semester,,,Grant Sharman V. Pres ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Norman Thomas Band Mgr. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Clayton Tuggle Girl Representative-Nelda J ean Patteson Reporter ,,,,,,,,, W ,, Lea Short J im Cox Maser. Roberson. Wales Cullen, Knoles, Dunn, Bennett Morris, Wood, Clark, Crowder, Allen Rance, Walker, Terry. Carrington. Massey Townsley, Smedley, Frazier. Newkirk, Lee Martin, Shepard, Hill, Gardner, Tidwell Gilbert, Cox, Story 7mm aim Presidenta Ollie Dean Cox Vice-Pres. Mary Prudie Story Sec-Treas.a Betty Ann Gilbert Ollie Dean Cox The Sixteenth year of the Kitten Klub the official pep squad of Abilene Christian College was a very active year. The activities began With a tea, given by the old members for the new members, and included cheering at all football games, With special emphasis on the stunts between the halves of the McMurry and Austin College games; selling programs at all football games, and marching in two town parades. The foot- ball season was closed With the annual Kitten Klub banquet in December. , During the spring semester the Kitten Klub participated in cheering at all the basketball games, geting donations for the Red Cross, staging the annual Kitten Klub Kornation, with members of the ac, Club acting as escorts, and giving a picnic for all the lettermen in ACC. CBaafgwteaee Bill Hay, Captain With five returning lettermen as the nucleus of the squad, Coach Morris produced a team which lost only four games. Even though four of the starting line-up were called into the Army Air Corps before the end of the season, ACC placed third in the Texas Conference. ACC opened its basketball season With a very impressive two game series win over the Lubbock Army Flying School; 45-37 the first night; 46-39 the second. The Cats, passing attack proved to be one of the main factors in the Victory. In the first game Bill Grounds racked up twelve points for the Cats. James King did a fine job guarding his old high school coach Bruce Prior. The next night J. E. Smith led the Wildcats with twenty-two points. The Cats gave the fans their moneys worth by winning the game from Dacus, Bond, Sneedt. Clardy, Hefley. Cranfill. King, Smith, Bennett, Hay, Grounds. Morris. the Indians 36-33. The Cats took the lead in the early part of the game and were leading at the half by six points. The next half saw the teams struggling for every score. Eugene Tenney held top honors With ten points, While B111 Hay chalked up nine and James King eight points. Coach bugs Morris, Wildcats rolled up a ponderous 56-25 score over mark and Hillbilly luck was bad. After four minutes, ACC led 8-2, after 164. The half time score was 26-11. J. E. Smith and Hay led the field With 20 and 17 points respectively. In the second game the Cats blasted Daniel Baker, 40-20. J. E. Smith led the scoring with eleven points and Bennett King Smith HALF-TIME Grounds Hefley Sneed Bennett followed with nine. The Wildcats lost to the Howard Payne Yellow J ackets by the score of 52-49, their first loss of the season. B111 Grounds led the scoring by chalking up seventeen points. Smith was close behind with fifteen. The Wildcats eked out a victory with a stubborn Southwestern aggregation by a scant 41-39 score. The Victory was due to J. E. Smithts last minute tip-in. Smith was high point man with ten points. Next were Tenny and Hay with eight each. It was a different story in the next meeting for the two teams; the Wildcats socked the Pirates to the tune of 59-39. B111 HOWARD PAYNE TAKES A REBOUND Grounds counted for eighteen Wildcat points. Gene Bennett returned to old style by tallying sixteen points. The Texas Weslyan Rams from Ft. Worth won a hard fought game from the ACC Wildcats by a score of 44-39. The game got Off to a slow start With ACC taking a two point lead in the first minute and a half of play. The half way score was 26-18 in favor of the Rams. In the second half the smaller ACC tearrfs attack almost succeeded in closing the gap. In the next game With TWC the Rams defeated the ACC Cats 49-33. At the half TWC led by a score of 28-39. For the first time in about five years the McMurry Indians beat Abilene Christian College, 41-36. The Indians started in the lead, but the Wildcats found the basket and almost tied the score by the half. Early in the second half the score was dead-locked 21 all but McMurry pulled ahead. Bill Grounds led the scoring for the Cats With twelve points. The loss of four regulars to Uncle Sam did not phase the fighting ACC five, for the Howard Payne basketeers had considerable difficulty in winning 42-40. The Cats were out in front until the second half When the seemingly inspired Yellow J ackets took the lead. 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Alpha Chi, a national honor society based upon scholarship and character, is dedicated to itmaking scholarship effective President Jim Bob Jarrell for good? The local organization, the Texas Psi Chapter, was founded in 1926. Each year members, chosen by a faculty committee from the upper ten per cent of the junior, senior, and graduating classes according to their character and scholarship, are awarded shingles. As an incentive to scholarship, certificates are presented to freshmen Who make ninety per cent on all their work. OFFICERS Vice-President Belvie Lee Hiler Secretary Lurline McGregor Regular monthly programs this year have aimed toward better appreciation of nations. Each year the club presents two chapel programs, one of Which is a joint meeting with Hardin- Simmons University and McMurry College Chapters. Sponsors this year have been Dr. Witt and Miss Watson. x JIM BOB JARRELL Corthron Cox Findlay . Eudg,e,,i Hardgrave Harris Hiler Hobbs McGregor McKinney Qualls Reed Sanders Sharman Short Stephenson Urban Watson Cl Cguh J. D. CONE President JIMMY AUSTIN Vice-Pres. GRANT SHARMAN Secretary Twenty-SIX years ago the A Club was founded as an honor organization for young men of Abilene Christian College. 11We live to serveh was made its motto. Its purpose is to serve as an incentive to Christian manhood and leadership through high standards of character, scholarship, and service. Its project during 1942-43 was the continuation of the long- range program begun last year for construction of a park and picnic ground to be known as the ttACC Park?y Meetings were held twice monthly, with the club as guests in the homes of Don H. Morris, Walter H. Adams, and G. C. Morlan during the year. The A club is sponsored by Dr. G. C. Morlan who founded it in 1917. J. D. CONE Austin Banta Barnett Chumley Cox Findlay,B. Findlay. D Finley Fletcher Fudge Graham J arrell Kyker McKinney Maynard Mickey Qualls Reed Sanders Sharman Short MM? 86 The tiWh Club, honor organization for women, was organ- 2 u ized in 1920 by Mrs. Jesse P. Sewell. The purpose of the club is to inspire girls to noble womanhood and to render greater service to Abilene Christian College. Members are selected on OFFICERS the basis of character, scholarship, and outstanding service in , one or more fields of student activity. Lurline MCGregor rrrrrrrrrr PreSident . . . . - Lois McBride ,,,,,,,, Vice-Presidentf Club act1v1t1es for the year began w1th a tea honoring Dorothy Urban 77777 Secretary; new women students of the college. Other social functions Louise Giles ....... Treasg;e;r included the Homecoming breakfast honoring ex-itWWs and Lea Short Corresponding Sec- 1 The Annual Silver Tea given during Lecture Week to increase retary ; the loan fund for women students. ,g For its contribution to the college this year, the club purchased a beautiful display case for the library, in which is being displayed rare books and manuscripts owned by the library. This project was dedicated to the memory of Miss Elizabeth Nelson in appreciation for her untiring work as tth, sponsor. The activities of this twenty-third year were climaxed by the annual business meeting held during the latter part of May. Our sponsors this year have been Miss Burnya Mae Moore and Mrs. J. W. Treat. Lurline McGregor Baucom Brown Giles Hardgrave Hobbs Huff Lancaster Loe McAnulty McBride Molloy Partin Shelton Short. Lea Shzrt, Sybil Stephenson Story Urban The 1943 Prickly Pear is a product of the Abilene Christ- ian College campus. Mr. Homer Howk 0f the A. C. C. Press printed the book; J ack Fogarty did a large part Of the photo- ,x' graphy; Wayne Mickey, assisted by the library bindery staff, J, made the covers and did the binding. STAFF - t ' John Plunkett Editor Jack Fogarty Business Manager t Mrs. Rhetta Scott Garrett t I t Sponsor H. L. Sanders Dorothy Jean Martin Assistant Editors Cleve Cullers Assistant Business Manager Bobby J o Nichols Snapshot Editor Max Watson Art Editor gazgktm Ms L; Barbara J ean Morlan Club Editor Ruth Merwin Secretary J $$$ng 93am Statif t JOHN PLUNKETT ' Editor . :1 ! JACK FOGARTY Business Manager LEA SHORT Editor a MARY ELIZABETH HAAG Business Manager Each Friday the student body of Abilene Christian Col- lege reaches an eager hand for the regular issues of the Op- timist, official student publication. The editor and the staff strive to amuse7 inform, and bind together the student body of the college and to catch in print her pulse beat of student life. STAFF Editor ,, ,V ,,,,,,,,,,,, Lea Short Associate Editor .. , , ..... Pat Powell Business Manager ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mary Eiizabeth Haag Society Co-Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Sue Hardigree Society Co-Editor Evelyn Cox Sports Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Walter Cypert Feature Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jimmy McKinney Asst. Business Manager ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, V Louise Smith Typist, , WDorothy Luck Reporters: Ruth Merwin, Norma Ruth Moser, Ed Mills, Jeanne VJaid, E. R. Davis, J0 Beth Hendrick, Effie McCord, A1 Ker- cheville, Jean Martin. Printed by ACC PresseHomer F. Howk, director. k 93aaineao Cldminiatrmticm 86ch f Allen, Austin, Buchanan, Butlar. Carr, Collins, Cullen. Cullers. Davis. Dugger, Fergerson, Giles. Grubbs. Hay Hobbs, Huff Hughes, J ackson. Knott, Landers Lee. Massey, Mitchell, McClelland :J-R. ,L. Sanaxrs The Business Administration Club, organized in 1938, has as its purpose ttthe fostering of a more thorough knowledge of business and business relations; the bringing of its mem- bers into contact With outstanding men; and the aiding of its members in the business field upon their graduation from Abilene Christian College? James E. Freeman, head of the business Administration department, is sponsor of the club. President Vice-President R. L. Sanders Jimmy Austin Secretary Louise Giles BOARD OF DIRECTORS Effie McCord Dorothy Urban Freeman McKnight Lela Partin Foy Short McCord, McDonald, McGregor. McKnight. McMullen Cypert Moser, Owen, Hendrick, Partin. Qualls Green Rawlinson, Roy, Sellers. Short, Singer Stephenson, Tuggle, Urban" Vinson A. Walker, M. L. Walker, Warren, Watson Weatherford, Wells. Whitesell. Young Each Monday evening throughout the school year, mem- bers of .the Pickwickian Club meet to read their own creative filiCkWiCkian efforts In prose and poetry and to criticize each otherhs con- tributions. In such an atmosphere they find inspirations for 66 g new ideas and higher forms of expression and a warm con- u geniality that lasts. Annually the club publishes a magazine of its literary efforts, hThe Pickwickerf, This year,s editor was Norman Whitefield. During National Book Week the club sponsors a college- Wide drive for books for the library. An award to the club,s most outstanding member is pre- sented annually by the sponsors. Presidente Lea Short Vice-Presidente Norman Whitefield Secretarye Norma Ruth Moser Sponsors- Rhetta Scott Garrett Jewell Watson Lea Short Beucom, Bennett, Blake, Croomu Findlay, Garner, Gilbert Hller, Jackson, McCord, B. McKinney, J. McKinney, Money. Moser Patteson, Roberson. Rushing, Sanders! Tuggle. Waid, Williams Forensic activities at ACC for the ,42-143 season included c- . the annual intramural tournament, Dec. 7-10, and participation in intercollegiate tournaments at Central State Teachers C01- JaaeleCOf lege, Edmond, Okla; Baylor University, Waco; ACC; and Southeastern State Teachers College, Durant, Oklahoma. Starting the season off, two debate teams, composed of Ira North and Roy Osborne, J 0 Nell Rider and Katherine Mon- The boys placed first in the senior merits division and the ey, attended a practice tournament at Edmond, Okla., Nov. 6, 7. girls first in the junior women,s division. Forensic Manager Ernest Finley Debate Coach , ' ' Eugene 13' Smith ; 5v" . At the Baylor tournament, Jan 22-23, Jo Nell and Kather- Dramatic Arts Coach. L: .p 7- ,: ine won first place in junior woments debate. Mrs' A' 13' M0511? . ; , Osborne and Jimmy Wood won first and Ernest Finley f ' ' M f r x J 'and A1 Kercheville won second at the ACC intercollegiate tournament, Feb. 12-13. Other honors won by ACC are: Jo Nell and Katherine, second, debate; Lois McBride, third, wo- menis poetry reading; Wallace Jackson, second, J immy Wood, third, 11.19113 poetry reading; Rex Kyker, first, Osborne, se- c giwfhehts extempore speaking; Kathrine, second, women,s icext'eimpore; Jo Nell, first, Katherine, third, womerfs radio "speaking; J ackson, second, Wood, third, menis radio speaking; j Wood, first, ments oratory. 1 J0 Nell and Katherine won second place in debate at the urant tournament March 5 and 6. J o Nell also won first in woments poetry reading and third in radio and extempore v speaking. Osborne won first in merits poetry reading. t ' Others participating in intercollegiate speech activities ,. t, are: Mary Prude Story, Jayne Kercheville, Bobby J o Nichols, l 1 Ernest Piggy K. J ewel White. 1 VA L Banta, Cloud, Coffman. Cone, Fudge, Garner. Gilbert, Jackson, Kercheville Kyker. McBride, McKenney. Manly. Mickey, Money, Nichols. Rider Sanders, Story, Taylor. Tittle, White, Wilson. Young The Melpomenean Players have had a very enjoyable year. At the beginning of the year a formal reception was held to welcome the new members, who were accepted into the club after successful tryouts. About fifteen one-act plays, along with other programs, were presented at the regular bi-monthly meetings. The two major productions of the year were tThe Meepamenecm QEagew Barretts 0f Wimpole Streeth, which was acclaimed by many I as the most outstanding production given by the club, and ttThe Man Who Came to Dinnerh, another triumph for the dramatic organization. Mrs. A. B. Morris served as sponsor of the group. OFFICERS Wallace Jackson , President Rex Kykerm ,,,,,,,, Vice-President Jayne Kercheville, ....... Secretary Lois McBride ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Chairman of Program Committee Wallace Jackson Allen Arledge Armstrong Blake Bryant Kyker Luck McBride McLeod McCord Cloud Cole Collier Cox. -E. Cox, F. Manly Martin Merwin Money Morris .Croom Cullen Dent Duffleld Evens Nichols Powell, H. Powell, P. Rambo Roberson leey Foster Fouche Fulbngh-t Gllb-ert Rogers Rushing Sanders Shepard Short Graham Haag Harper Hepdrxck H111 Simmons Story Swindoll Terry Tidwell Huddleston Jackson Kerchewlle Kughn Wells White Williams Wood MimianiStudg Every Wednesday night before prayer meeting, this group meets to study mission fields, preparation for missionary work, and methods of accomplishing it. The class this year mot all pictured hereh included students from Mexico, Japan, Northern and Southern Rhodesia, and every principal missionary field of the United States. Leaderh Sponsorh Bennie Lee Fudge Dr. H. L. Schug Akins. Banta. Bonnen. Brennen, Cox, Dacus, Finley, Fly Frazier, Fulfer, Garner, Hebbard. Henry. Hook, Huff, Kigknatnid: Kyker, Lancaster, Lee, Loe, McDaniel. McDonald, Mickey. Milton Molloy. Nichols. Nigh. Paden C. Parker: S. Parker, Patterson, Paxton Qualls, Reed. Savage, Scott. E. Short F. Short, S. Short Bennie Lee Fudge H. Smith. M. Smith. Thomas. Treat, Warren, Wood, Young - t U . Quid fDLammg The Girls, Training Class meets each Friday evening eeaaa to study the work of young Christian women in the home and in the church. The programs have included student dis- cussions and talks by older Christian men and women. During the year the girls have been engaged in visiting in the hospital and in homes and telling Bible stories to child- ren in the hospital. Leader, First Semestere Leader. Second Semester- Mary Bess Hardgrave Lottie B. Hobbs Brooks Carr Chesshir Cox Dent Frazier Fulfetr Harris Hebbard Henry Higgins Hobbs Huff Lancaster Lee McGregor Maner Millikin Molloy Nigh Parker Parker Rider Rouse Savage Short, B. Short. S. Smith, H. Smith. M. Treat Urban Warren Whitten Wright Mary Bess Hardgrave guangdiatic flamum The Evangelistic Forum is composed of a group of young men studying to become preachers of the Gospel- They meet each Friday evening to study the problems which confront the ministry. Debates are conducted among the boys on important religious issues. Discussions are usually conducted by some older and more experienced preachers. These young men preach at various places on Sunday, thus obeying the great commission: ttGo ye ,. and preach the gospel to every creature." OFFICERS Foy Short ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Leader, First Semester Ralph Graham Leader, Second Semester Foy Short Aiken Banta Batten Bonner Brennen Clark Cox Dacus Dart Duffield Findlay Finley Fly Fogarty Fudge Garner Graham Grisham Hamill Jackson Kercheville Kirkpatrick Kughn Kyker Lancaster X- LeFan McDaniel McFadden Mickey Murphy Nichols North Paden: E. Paden: L. Patterson Paxton Reed Rushing Scott Storm Taylor Thomas Tittle Van Dyne Wilson Wood Young Ewen 56. kafuwda The Ellen H. Richards Club reached its highest member- eeug, ship record this year With an enrollment of about sixty members. The club has done more Red Cross sewing this year than ever before. High lights of the year included a delegation to the state convention at Ft. Worth; preparing and serving the W. Club breakfast and speech banquet; a party; a picnic; and informal meetings Where the girls enjoyed listening to inter- esting speakers, and seeing films on nutrition. Ollie Dean Cox, President Jean Martin, Reporter Ernestine Shelton, V-Pres. Lylian Arledge Sponsor Elaine Hinds Secretary Burna Mae Moore, Sponsor OLLIE DEAN COX Ainsworth. Bearden, Carrington, Clary. Cole, Martin, Mayhew. Middleton, Mosley, Newkirk Collins, Cullen, Dunn, Faver, Fouche Overby. Parker, S. Parker, Petty, Raines Frazier, Gilbert, Haag. Hardgrave. Harkey Rance, Rider, Roberts. Shelton Harper, Harvey, Hebbard: Hobbs, Hooten Smedley: Smith: Terry.- Townsley Huff: Lancasten: Lee, Vla165; Warren: Weatherford: Urban. Allen JJLe-JVled Ciug B arnett Cone Cox Fletcher Loe Smith Wales President V. M- WHITSELL MEMBERS VgAdams Brooks Chesshir Cloud Collins thron Crowder Davis Gilbert Henry I 67,709, re; Higgins Hook Lee Lee Maner Molloy Morlan Nigh Patterson Patteson tPoww'l eed Singer Smith Treat x. - Feesident WILLIAM MCDANIEL 3 aepfm 330i Qmega OFFICERS Lois McBride President Mary Story Vice-President Mrs. A. B. Morris Sponsor Gilbert J ackson Kercheville Kyker Nichols Sanders Story LOIS MCBRIDE WOOd OFFICERS Lou Ann Townsley President Jayne Kercheville Vice-Pres. May Laverne Buchanan Sec. MEMBERS Moser Stephenson Cloud Henry Powell Jackson Buchanan Townsley Kercheville Bradley Cowart Warren Bennett Urban Frazier Merwin Cappewa The 1942-1943 A Cappella Chorus, consisting of thirty mixed voices, has had a very successful season despite the prevailing conditions. President Jimmy Austin . T - Even though the songsters were not able to have a tour, V'Pres' Jlmmy MCKmneY as has been the tradition of years past, many outstanding per- Sec. Lou Ann Townsley formances were g1ven 1n and around Ab1lene. The Fall semester was climaxed by programs in Sweet- Water, Hamlin, and Roby. The chorus was heard in a weekly radio broadcast over the local radio station. The Spring semester saw perhaps the most notable pro- gram of the school year, when the Chorus sang for the Visi- tors Who attended the annual College Lectureeship. The group also contributed to the entertainment of the men in the service by presenting frequent programs at sev- eral U. S. 0. Clubs in Abilene. The A Cappella is directed by Leonard Burford and Mary Helon McAnulty is the accom- panist. .. g j MNQTY N1 3X 4N3 Morlan, Roberson. Parker. McKinney, Fletc er: Patterson, Harris, Moser. Rambo JIMMY AUSTIN Hooten. Carter. Jones, Short, Prud , cAnulty. Waid, Morris. Roberts McKinney, Townsley. Fosten. Wagner; D It Kuiiin, Wegtherford, N ece. Wood lb jm 'Ci.v ; ITT 901 W T. s 1 Wank 9600 CQeue The Ments Glee Club was organized early in the spring semester With a membership of about twenty- Enthusiasm grew rapidly from the start. The club progressed for awhile under the direction of Leonard Burfordeuntil some of the boys found it necessary to join Uncle Samts club and reduced the Glee Club to a handful. The group kept on meeting for sometime, but found it necessary to disband became of a lack of members. It is hoped that after the war the Ments Glee Club Will be reorganized and be one of the leading muzical or- ganizations on the campus. Wells. Cullers. Tuggle, FletchggtMcKinney:FulbrightHSmith. Whitesell, Hejl, Green W R TOM AGNE Taylor, Wagner, Banta, irkpatrick; Sikes, Bonner. Short, Yowell. Austin, Owen Progress is the key-note of all successful organizations. After glancing through its second year of development, the 1c eatza word applies particularly to the Abilene Christian College Orchestra; as one of the youngest musical groups on the cam- pus, its worth has been proved by performances, various chapel broadcasts, as a major attraction at Homecoming, besides the establishment of its spring concert as an annual OFFICERS event. President ................. Grant Sharman . . , ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL V1ce-Pres ....................... Curtls W1se Sec-Treas. ...................... Sue FIRST VIOLINS: FLUTE: . W' . Dlrector ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D. W. Crain ggililigoxlfvit Betty 1111ams Boyd Taylor CLARINETS: Edward Mills Howard McClellan Natalie Smith SECOND VIOLINS: Louise Smith Mrs. John Lytle Nelda Jean Milliken Barbara Morlan M 1' v h TRUMPETS: 0 me aug n Ruth Williams VIOLAS: Morris Hickman Lucy Blake v' t OBOE: "men May Kyle Crain CELLO: Mrs. Jim Wells FETIFDCIIFII-ite-iORNS: SAXOPHONES: Lea Short Curtistise Jack Bryant TROMBONE: Grant Sharman BAESSW Crain PERCUSSION: Bobby Joe Nichols PIANO: Betty Norman Mary Helon McAnulty Nelda Jean Patteson GRANT SHARMAN Taylor, Mills, Witt. Hooker. Blake, Williams, Wells, Patteson. Morlan Smith, Millikem Cox. Hejl. Short. Lawrence, Hickman. R. Williams. Bryant. Wise McAnulty. Sharman. Norman. Nichols. V JIM COX 3cience CQeue Through demonstrations, picture shows, round table dis- cussions, and lectures on chemistry, biology, mathematics, and physics, the Science Club combines education with pleasure. The club has been very active this year under the sponsorship of Dr. Paul C. Witt and Mr. R. T. Clark. OFFICERS JIM COX ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President BILLY BARNETT Vice-President LOUISE PEPPER ,,,,,,,,, Secretary Banta Barnett Brooksr Cone Fletcher Graham D. Grubb M. Grubb Hardgrave Harper Higgins Hiler Ishiguro Lynch Middleton Pepper Petty Rider Scruggs Shelton Sikes Smith Stephenson Taylor Whitesell Williams Campuo, Sewice Qaganizatian OFFICERS Presidente- Lea Short Vice Presidente Lois McBride Secretarye Ruth Merwin Project Chairman- Jayne Kercheville LEA SHORT SCULLIONS: Martin Bearden Journalism Home Eco. Pepper Ramsey Science Art x, Cu A Adams J ohnston Williams McAnulty Townsley McCord Sponsor Sports Music t x Music j Leadership Leadership Short McBride Merwin kercheviile Moser Morris Journalism Speech Journalism Speech Music Sponsor In January, ten junior and senior girls announced the beginning of the C80, an organization dedicated wholly to the purpose of serving A.C.C. and t0 rewarding service rendered BEYOND THE LINE OF DUTY in one of several fields in the realms of art, science and leader- ship- The organization was chartered in memory of Elizabeth Nelson who served Abilene Christian College loyally for many years. Early in February, eight scullions were announced and after six weeks of probationary service to the college were initiated into gonelfl gooker gilliams the group and presented with peec 1151C usm the official white service jacket Witt. Smith of'th'e organization bearing the M11510 Hon. Member royal blue CSO emblem. Weekly projects were under- taken throughout the Spring semester and the semester pro- ject was the cleaning and re- novation 0f the rock garden. 3ocia6 CQeueas President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, Frances Smedley Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,, Betty Williams Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Doris Massey Reporter ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ollie Dean Cox Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Marilee Faver For the purpose of destroying and breaking up all su- perstitious ideas and beliefs concerning black cats, walking under ladders, breaking mirrors, and beginning any new activities on Friday the 13th, the PALS. was organized in 1925. The club emblems are the four-leaf clover, horseshoe, and Wishbone. The tradition of pledging only Abilene girls has taken a back seat this year With the pledging of six dormi- tory girls and one Abilenian during the first semester. Colors of the club are black and green. In keeping With the aims the club has had a succession of gay entertainments. Social functions of the first semester included the Homecoming Breakfast, a picnic, dinner, theater party, and slumber party- Activities for the second semester included the formal presentation of five pledges, a dinner, a picnic, and slumber party. Miss Harriet Rogers is sponsor of the group. I Smedley. Cox, Lee, Tidwell, FouchfaRogers, Sponsor. Carrington, Massey Williams, Derryberry, Moseley. Rice, Faver Frances Smedley Crowder, Terry, Armstrong, Dunn, Fulbright 9. Cl. CC. a. President Norma Ruth Moser Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Maxine Brown Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lela Partin Reporter,,,, Jerry Cone Sponsor,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mrs. Margaret Reeves The G.A.T.Afs have completed their twenty-third suc- cessful year as the oldest social organization for girls on the campus of A.C.C. The club was organized in 1920 by a group of girls interested in developing character, personality, leader- ship, initiative, and to make the memories of college days more pleasant. Fall activities included the Homecoming Breakfast at Which three pledges were presented. Other activities of the year have been a house party, picnics, the formal presenta- tion of five pledges, and the presentation of a later spring pledge, Nona Lee Davenport. There are eighteen girls that wear the red and White meaning love and purity of G.A.T.A. Blake, Brown. Gardner, Tuttle, Cone, Moser Townsley. McCaleb. Cole, Clark. Partin, Collins Conway, West. Henry. McLeod, McKinney Norma Ruth Moser Louise Giles President 7 ,,,,,,, Louise Giles Vice-Presidentww Lois McBride Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, Effie McCord Reporter ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nellie Merle Bennett The Ko-Jo-Kai club was organized twenty-two years ago With the purpose of stimulating social activity, creating a closer feeling of loyalty and friendship to the school, and developing a bond of love and fellowship among its members. Membership is limited to twenty and is based on personality, high ideals, moral character, and ability to adjust to the col- lege environment. Mrs. A. B. Morris, an eX-Kojie, has very efficiently spon- sored the club for several years. Social activities of the club this year have been the tradi- tional Homecoming Breakfast, which was held on November 21; announcement of four fall pledges; a slumber party at the home of Mrs- Gene Bennett, an eX-Kojie; formal pre- sentation of six spring pledges; and a spring picnic. Bennett McBride Giles McCord Short, Hughes, Clark, Jackson, Wales. Cowart, Hendrick Morris, White, Wood, Roberson, Merwin. Powell" Rawlinson CQadettea General ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mary Prudie Story Lieutenant-General ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Doris Johnston Major-Generaj ,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Annie Lee Johnston ' Brigadier-General ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jayne Kerchev111e Lieutenant Colonel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mae Laverne Buchanan Colonel ,.,,:.Jean Martin Major ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Betty Ann Gilbert L! Captain ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dorothy Cloud 1b 1 Commander-in-chief ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Miss Norene Watson ' 3y Q3 1 I PURPOSE: To promote a feeling of carefree happiness h tempered with the spirit of duty and service is our 211111 1 a 11 1! CADETTIVITIES: The Cadettivities 0f the youngest girls ' soc1a1 club 011 the A...CC campus began this year with the; IN presentation Of the 13111 p1edge,Mary Helon MCAnulty. The 3, annual Homecoming Breakfast was the next event, :60110Wed by a supper and treasure hunt. On February 2, 111111? Cacheth pledges were presented at the spring presentation? In March - H a dinner party was held at the Golden Pheasant.C11maX1ng 1 the Cadettivities for the year was the annual sp11111g bahqget 13f Buchanan, Shepard, McClellan, Cox, Roberts, Cloud 11011er Patteson. Mayhew. Hardegree, Gilbert McAnulty. Rogers, Martin. A. Johnston ' Siory, Kercheville. D. Johnston J r", H! K :7 X Ii , , '7' - ' H31 ' , V; LI LU , L , :2 ; 7 g I x . i, l ! I WV V i .t J: x, " i kink , J J t igue-CC-M Skipper, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, James Qualls First Mate.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Kelly Lewis Second Mate, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Billy Joe Maynard Quartermaster", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Foy Short Sponsor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Paul Southern Braving manpower shortages and stormy seas the good ship Tuscarora, she 0f the thirteen docks and a straw bottom, sailed through the uncharted reefs of 1943 with fiying colors. During the year eight members of the crew left to join the nationis armed forces. These included First Mate Mike Hughes and his successor, Kelly Lewis, Bill Grounds, James Alex- ander, Glen Brock, William Patterson, C. J. Collier, and Cogs- well Spikes. An adventure-loving group of sailors, including six gobs, began the year with a homecoming breakfast in Uctober at Southenfs Island. Early in November the trusty submarine stopped at Port Zellner to take aboard a crew of lubberettes and sailed norieast to Barnac Bay for an afternoon of merrymaking and good cheer. To fill out the crew nine landlubbers came aboard at mid-semester and assumed their duties as gobs. W ith a full crew once more the barnaced barqued weighed anchor at Fort Phantom Hill Lake. The end of the year found the Tuscarora at anchor once more in Yunkins Cove for the annual banquet. Ship,s Physie cian J- D. Cone and Quartermaster Foy Short were given their commissions and the best Wishes of the crew as they departed for other seas. Aiken, Southern, Sponsor, Clardy. Sneed. Kelcy, Bonner, Patterson, Lewis McKinney. Holt. Qualls. Paden. Sanders, Grounds, Cone, Austin, Maynard James Qualls thoft. J?mes. Cox. Alexander, Mitchell, Owens g .f g - OFFICERS President , r, ,,,,,, B111 Hay Vice-President , Paul Bond Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gene Bennett Treasurer ,,,,,, Orville McDonald With its two-fold purpose of happy group association and the promotion of a generous spirit of good fellowship in Abilene Christian College7 the Trojan Club has Completed another eventful and successful year, Many Trojans have gone to answer the United Statest call for able men and now have be- come Uncle Samts warriors. Bill Hay, APete Jones, Gene Bennett. Richard Back. Oran Back. James King, Carroll Vernon, e ' ue ive club, 3v , S c1 , the Troja a ve a 1i year. The annual coming breakfast for exes as Observed, a stag party for mem- bers leaving for the armed ser- vice, and a dinner party for members and their dates were the highlights of the year. Three late pledges, Gene Young, Leo Ledbetter, and Ned Everett, came out in the tradi- tional black and red sweaters to round out the year. Orville McDonald, Max Hefley. Paul Bond Donald Cranfill. Gladstone McLennan. Willard Paine, A1 Hunter. Bert Brewer W M f t wm Qmega 69$ President 7 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Leonard Wood Vice-President, First Semester ,,,,, ,, , ,7 ,, Jim COX Second Semester ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J ohn Plunkett Secretary" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,, W Grant Sharman Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, t ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , J ack J ordan P1edgemaster.,,,,, ,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , Guy Brewster Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , James LeFan Sponsor, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D. W- Grain The founders of Phi Omega Chi, Abilene Christian Col- lege organization for men, intended that it should foster de- mocracy and a wholesome spirit of fellowship on the campus and this has remained its purpose throughout the five years since it was established. As an act of service the Phi Omega Chi Loan Fund was instituted in 1941 to aid worthy students to attend ACC and this fund is increased yearly. Close contact with former mem- bers is kept through the Phi Omega Chi Bulletin, which is published every six weeks. :3 Three pledge chapters, comprising twenty members, were added during 1942-43. Social events included pledge presenta- tion dinnersfdthe Homecoming breakfast in honor of exes, and two stag steak fries: Dugger, Manly, Youngblood, Jarrell, Templeton: Cox, Wise, Hicks, DuggerLHejl -LevFan, Piunkett, Rampy, Jones. Watson, Landers, Wood: Jordan, Sharman Leonard Wood chkman, Wells: Evans, LeFan. Crain. Sponsor: Prude, Nichols, Brewster, Wagner . V L! 7 W ; E I IV ; v" ., k . v ' , .I ' w; . v f. , ; . v r I , ' I Iv V - D . 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Edison, inventor of the incandescent light bulb, was very, very proud of the worlds first little light plant Which he placed in operation on September 4, 1882. He lived to see electricity become a household servant, obedient to the flip of a switch by grown-ups or a tiny child h His inventions helped to give us the electric elevator, the automobile, the phonograph, radio, many modern-day electric appliances . . . and even contributed to television . . . and the airplane. Later in life, he predicted that electricity had an even greater part to play in Americas future, provided it remain free and unfettered. Today . . . well, we see fulfillment of his prophecy in the service being rendered by Americas electric companies. Companies like the West Texas Utilities, following in his footsteps under free initiative and free enterprise have developed the electric industry to the present high degree of efficiency and dependability tr Their progress would please Thomas A. Edison. And another thinga-he would be pleased to know that, today America, in time of its greatest need, has more electric power than all the enemy nations together. 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Q ' 4 . 7 .0 4,1, J , AW 4 'f 'lnexvf zejdrxg lIIIIIIIIIIHH1111IIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlHHlHHHHHH '7 " 1k, 4.. a , , . w , ' Cons1der These Facts t V er .2 r, . $7 7L 2:; . t 1 v1; , , THE GOSPEL ADVOCATE Is a twenty- d .2: ,WLX 1; 711a ' four page religious periodical, published " U t' weeklyefifty-two issues, or over 1,200 y , t . BOOKS j y 0V pages, each year. It is the oldest paper in the brotherhoode established in 1885eand has not changed from its original purpose of proclaiming the truth and opposing error. BIBLES Printed on high quality paper, in clear, readable type and magazine form, care- fully edited. and proofread. Filled With scri tural, s iritual materials-- LITERATURE p p articles of merit, Bible study helpseby outstanding writers; complete coverage e of news and activities of individuals and congregations throughout the nation. 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