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

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Hatcher, USA Edward V. Haun, USCG tHarold H. Haun, USNR Mary Sue Havins, USCG William R. Hav, USA-AF Earl C. Hays, Jr., USA James A. Hays, USA-AF John Allen Hays, USA Harvey L. Hays, USA-AF Scott Hays, USA-AF Paul Heathington, USA W. E. Hebbard, USA-AF Max Hefley, USN-AF Wm. Wayne Hefton, USNR-AF J. C. Hejl, USNR William G. Hejl, USA-AF William K. Henderson USMC li-lv' "' 'T SW BTCAF- Morris Hickman, USNRFP Gene Hicks, USNR Slayden J. Hiler, USA Dalton Hill, USN Landon Hill, USA Bobby Hise, USA-AF Henry T. Hogg, USA Sidney Holden, USA-AF V. G. Hollingsworth, USA-AF Bernard Holly, USMCR "Freeman E. Holly, USNR Owen Holly, USA-AF C. D. Holmes, USCG John Watson Holton, USNR Roscoe Hood, USA George H. Hoover, USNR R. W. Hornbaker, USA-AF Alex Howard, USA-AF A. C. Howell, USNR Robert F. Howell, USA-AF Newell D. Howten, USNR Leo Huddleston, USNR Frank A. Hudson, USA-AF Norman L. Huff, USA-AF Gilmer Hughes, USA-AF Al Hunter, USNR Arthur Hunter, USA Clifton Inman, USA John M. 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Mitchell, USA-AF Bruce Monday, USNR W. N. Montgomery, USA-AF Jack Moore, USA Cy Moore, USA Erle T. Moore, USA Jack B. Morgan, USA-AF G. C. Morlan, Jr., USA-AF A. B. Morris, USNR Jack Morris, USNR Tommy Morse, USNR Duane Moser, USA Charles Mossman, USA-AF Jake Mullins, USA O. H. Mullins, USA-AF John P. Murphey, USMCR Carl L. Murray, USMCR Don Nelson, USNR James C. Nelson, USA Durwood Neville, USA Martha Elizabeth Niblack, WAC Bobby Joe Nichols, USNR Lewis Norman, USNR C. C. North, USNR William Nunley, USA Wyatt Oliver, USA Forrest Orr, USA-AF Claude Osbourne, USA 'Homer Osbourne, USA-AF Roy Osburne, USA Malcolm N. Owen, USA Johnny Owens, USA-AF Harold Paden, USA A. F. Page, Jr., USNR Leslie K. Page, USA Willard Paine, USA Sterling Parker, USA-AF Nick Pappas, USA-AF Paul Pate, USA-AF W. S. Patrick, USA James Patterson, USA-AF Pat Patterson, USNR R. J. Patterson, USNR William E. Patterson, USA Lewis Patteson, USNR-AF Morris Patteson, USNR Paul Pederson, USA Bertram N. 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USA Albert Walls, USA Ernest Walls, USA-AF James G. Ward, USMCR-AF Preston H. Ward, USMCR-AF Carl Warrington, USNR Reynolds H. Watkins, USA Max Watson, USA Maurice Watson, USNR William C. Watson, USA Lee Weaver, USNR Alma Weems, WAVES Barton Weems, USNR Thomas Edsel Wells, USNR Earl West, USA John Porter West, USA Robert H. Whitaker, USA-AF Arvin White, USA-AF Glenn T. White, USA-AF Virgil White, USA Charles Whitefield, USA G. V. Whitefield, USA Norman Whitefield, USA-AF V. Melvin Whitefield, USA Orland Wilkerson, USA A. H. Williams, USA-AF B. K. Williams, USA Charles Williams, USA-AF Don Williams, USA Kelso Williams, USA S. L. Williams, USNR Lloyd Willmon, USNR Jimmy Wims, USA-AF Darold F. Wilson, USA-AF F. L. Wilson, USA Frank M. Wilson, USMCR Curtis Wise, USNR Mont Wolford. USA-AF Elmer Womack, USA Leonard Wood, USA William N. Wood, USA-AF James Woodard, USA Bill Wragg, USA Harold B. Wright, USA Jimmie Wyatt, USA J. R. Wyatt, USA Millard W att, USA Glendon Yyarbrough, USMCR Camille Yater, WAVES Carrie Yater, WAVES Tolbert Yater, USA Cecil Young, USNR Jim Young, USNR Jesse L. Young, USA Loyace N. Young, USA Russell Young, USA-AF 'Nick Young, USNR-AF James Youngblood, USA-AF Roy L. Youngblood, USMCR fi cl... Often we do not appreciate the things we are permitted to enjoy until those things have ended 1and are ours only in the realm of memories. If this book is a record of memories dear to you then its purpose has been fulfilled. "It is yours now as your future heritage. Take it my friends. this book of memoriesinot a moment's monu- ment, but a year's. Take it and think of it as the return of a year already spent." ---The Editor- Cantento, . . . ADMINISTRATION Executive officers - Faculty S T U D E N T B O D Y Class Officers - Album Section F E A T U R E S Beauties-Favorites-Who's Who ORGANIZATIONS Honorary--Religious-Social ADVERTISING Cldminiatfnatian .93u,i6ding Zeffnefa gfalff - 5, A,A, 'x b ,z H' fl . .fIflcQo.na6d Ralf Sewell Cluditwnium 9,-N L Cducatian .73uiEding - , . 1 A X Q- g 'fQA 'A ' 4 ' f Ai 1 -'- : "" 1 Qu 71 ' -, P N ' MW, " ...... ?1a W Lai' Qi 53ennett Qgmnaaium- Gliamdew .Raid Cldminiatmticm C. T. Hutchinson 1 l1..i1i1 ,li-l F' .Taamd af Jxcuateea OFFICERS J. B. Collins, B1 Spring G. L. Jennings, Abilene. .. B. Sherrod, Lubbock S. N. Allen, Abilene ....... .. Hollis L. Manly, Abilene .. . .. .. . .Abilene Wade Jones . . Childress E. S. Lee ,,,,, Spur J. E. Manly Abilene R. Martin ........ . .. , 7 Lubbock J. B. McGinty .Terrell Robert Miller ..,,..,,. . ...Ozona George Pepper ...... ......... S weetwater R. M. Pyeatt ....... Clyde D. B. Rambo. . Huntsville Crutcher Scott . Abilene Otto Sosebee C. A. Wade . J. W. Watson . ...Anson Sweetwater . ......Colorad0 City Dr. Stanley Whitacre .. . ...... San Antonio ........Pres1dent .........Vice-President .Vice-President .......-.-.ViCe-President . Secretary-Treasurer S. A. Bacon ..... as eAbil9ne L. P. Bennett ..... e .Plains Omar Burleson ............ . ...Anson Dr. Chester Callan ....... .e aaa. Rotan E. D. Chambres ..... .. ,Glenn G. W. Cox. . Canyon R. L. Cooner .. ....... ..... ..Kyle Judge Allen D. Dabney . Eastland Clyde Echols ........ . . .. . Abilene Dr. Joe B. Foster .... S . HOLISYOH W. H. Free . . ..... . .7 Abilene William Gunn ..... . AInarillO M. L. Hays . .. .. Brownwood G. C. Helvey .. . e Abilene W. F. Hejl ..... .. Midland DON H. MORRIS President Abilene Christian College A sfssamd swim ceuw- -0- s-1ps....f., cinm.. im., Abilene, Texas men 4, 1944 DON H. uonnl: h..1a.sr Students of 1943-44: ' This is a beautiful spring the months that we have sp year. Sincerity, a serious attit in the face of circumstanc to you and have decided li dearest--I shall not soon day and it is easy to think of ent together thus far this school ude toward your work, fortitude es that must have been distracting fe or death for some among your forget these endearing character- istics of yours. Some of you have not thought and worked and acted entirely as we would gather, even with an enrol what it was a year ago, in your living has been up to helped to make l943-44 one years in Abilene Christian My hope? and prayer for you a world at peace, and that like. I blow that. But all to- lment just eighty-one per cent of the class rocm and an the campus, such a high level that it has of the very best of the thirty-eight College history. is that soon again you may live in , which is more important, you may ever seek and find that peace which passeth all understanding. Such will make your lives happy and your days successful. I hope, too, that in the years to come your hearts may be ever warm for Abilene Christian College and that you may remember her as your school mother who always seeks to help you. May the Lord bless you and Diilfdu keep you. Sl erely your friend, ,4-W If , n H. Harris - adl1lini6t'LdliUe W. R. SMITH Vice-President WALTER H. ADAMS Dean 1 I f 0 ' I I 1 1 'z 1 I u 'I X s"'Q -li' Q Graduate of Abilene Christian College, M. A. from Uni- versity of Texas, Superintendent of Goose Creek Public Schools, President of Lee Junior College, Goose Creek, came to A. C. C. in 1936, Professor 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, instructor in mathematics and educa- tion, 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, Chairman Guidance Section of Texas State Teachers Association, 1939-40, President of Rotary Club and member of Phi Delta Kappa, National Educational Fra- ternity. adlniflidfftatille Graduate of Abilene Christian Collegeg M. B. A. from University of Texasg Principal Rural School, Johnson County, for three yearsg Bursar of A. C. C. since 1927. Vice-President of Texas Conferenceg member of Abilene Kiwanis Clubg Member of the UA" Club and Alpha Chi of A. C. C. Attended Ward Seminary, now known as Ward-Belmont Collegeg spent ten years in Japan as a missionaryg became associated with Abilene Christian College in l92lg served as matron in one of the girl's dormitoriesg secretary to President Jesse P. Sewell and Batsell Baxterg Registrar since 1927. LAWRENCE L. SMITH Bursar MRS. CLARA BISHOP Registrar R. C. BELL. M. A.. LL.D. Professor of Bible JAMES F. COX. M. A. Professor of Bible and Education GROVER C. MORLAN. Ph. D. Professor of Elementary Education and Head of Education Department CHARLES H. ROBERSON. M. LL. Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages and Head of the Department JEWELL WATSON. M. A. Professor of English and Head of the Department LYLIAN GRACE ARLEDGE. M. Associate Professor of Home Economics and Head of the Department A. D. A. fiactlffq W. EARL BROWN. M. A. Professor of Social Science and Head of the Department JAMES E. FREEMAN. M. A. Professor of Business Administration 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 PAUL C. WITT, Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department of Natural Science MRS. CLARENCE E. BALEY. M. A. Associate Professor of English faculty ---2: GILMER L. BELCHER, Ph. D. Associate Professor of Education RHETTA SCOTT GARRETT, M. A. Associate Professor of English J. W. TREAT. M. A. Associate Professor of Spanish and English NORENE WATSON. B.A.. B.F.A. Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory D. W. CRAIN, B. A. Instructor in Band R. PAXTON KYKER. B. A. Instructor in Speech LEONARD BURFORD, M. A. Associate Professor of Music and Head of the Department PAUL SOUTHERN, M. A. Associate Professor of Bible W. M. YOWELL. M. A. Associate Professor of Psychol- ogy and Social Science BURNYA MAE MOORE. M. A. Assistant Professor of Clothing MARJORIE HARSHBARGER. M. S. Instructor in Natural Science MAX LEACH. M. A. Instructor in Science VIRGINIA O'NEAL. M. A. Instructor in Speech WILLIAM C. SIKES. M. A. Instructor in Mathematics and Science ,Wi --.rf T My .aff f " -1 f 1' pl fw r ,, . :ff , sf fvfV,.f 9 LM!!! j " A-pvc 1 f' ' df - ...po-4 J j f-"Aff ff 41 f fd! 112, 4, - .J T. 'G - ff - , V' ...JY-,f CA, ,, 14.4, LWM. ,+ xl' fu 'ffl' f sf ,,'.'f-f 11 - .. ' V, MHS? ORA Mel-'ARLAND -. 4--f ' ff? Hostess of McDonald Hall ERNEST D. SHELTON. M. S. Superintendent of Demonstra- tion School ZELMA LAWYER, M. A. Supervisor in High School MRS. W. C. SIKES. B. A. Supervisor in Grades DOROTHY URBAN. Secretary to Administration --2 .faculty MARY EULA SEARS Instructor in Art MARGUERITE ANDERSON, B. A. Librarian MRS. LUTHER G. ROBERTS Dean of Women G. A. SCRUGGS. B. A. Principal of High School ROBERT L. REEVES, B. A. Supervisor in High School HOMER F. HOWK Director ACC Press Student CaunciK Bond Crain Jackson Clark Bonner Finley Kercheville LeFan Hearn Clark Urban Jackson Ernest Finley Ernest Finley eeeeeeeee Dorothy Urban, ,,ooooo . Frances Jackson P ,P ,President ,,s,,,,,,,sss Vice-President 4 Secretary Paul Bond .,., 7 . is Athletic Representative Larry Bonner r,,.,..., rr.rrrr A thletic Representative Dave Hearn rrrtt,,..,. reo,eo.r P ress Representative Lola Sue Clark rrrrr,..r James LeFan rr,rr,,rr Junior Representative - ,, ,Cheer Leader Roy Deavers ,,,rrr rrrrr rrr,,,rrrerrr F o rensic Manager Wallace Jackson r,.rr rrrrrrrr P resident Senior Class Dan Clark rssssssssrsss. 4 rsss,ssr President Junior Class Al Kercheville, ,sss,,. J ,, President Sophomore Class Dub Crain ssss,sssss..s ,,,,,,. President Freshman Class Because of their leadership, ability, sincerity, and integrity, these students were chosen by the student body to serve as their student council for the year 1943-44. This year the Student Council conducted the Freshman "Get Acquainted Weekf' all college night, a series of socials on the campus and in the gym, a "corn" party, and all college picnics, and an all-student's day program. Student 6cdy Cfaao, 0. McKinney Brown Jackson Wallace Jackson Jimmy McKinney Charles Garner S Maxine Brown ,oeoe .Nineteen OFFICERS s S ssssss ,s,ssss,,,ss., . . .s.ssssssoess President Vice-President, First Semester Vice-President, Second Semester S s.rreo ossssssoosoooesssssso o .. Secretary 6' C' ffundfced Jzwztg it0.ufLf--- --:-"-1- Seltidftd, l GEORGE TRUE BAKER , ,,,,7,7,77 ,,,,7,77 ,,777 L o ving, Texas B. A. Bible Evangelistic Forumg Pickwickian. DOYLE BANTAW, ,,,77,i,, ,,7, ,,,,,7777,,, ,,77 ,,7,, . ,,,,,77, .,,,777, T u t t 1 e, Oklahoma B, A, Bible HA" Clubg Gavel Club, Los Alegrosg Science Clubg Student Council, Forensic managerg Leader of Young People's Meet- ingg Leader of Evangelistic Forum. MAXINE BROWN ..... ...... ...... ........., . . .............. . ..... .... . A b ilene. Texas 2118 North Sixth B. S. Education "WH Clubg Melpomsg Ellen H. Richards, President of GATA. MAY DELLE BUTLAR ...,.........,. .................,............... Q uanah. Texas Box 472 B. S. Business Administration A Cappella, '41g Business Administration Club, '43g Ellen H. Richards Clubg assistant matron of Zellner Hall, 143, Mc Donald Hall, '44, NED PRESTON COX ...,......... . ........... .........l........ . ...Temp1e. Texas 1306 South 11th Street B. A. Bible Melpomg Mission Study, Evangelistic Forum. OLLIE DEAN COX ,.......l......,...l.........,.........l.......... Abilene, Texas 2057 North 3rd Street B. S. Education Kitten Klub, president, '43, Queen, '43, Delta Theta, vice- presidentg Ellen H. Richards. FLOYD DUNN... ........ .......................................... C onway, Arkansas B. S. Chemistry Transfer from Arkansas State Teacherls College junior yearg "Al, Club, Alpha Chig A Cappellag Science Clubg Pick- wickians. DON FINDLAY. .... ....... ...... ........ ..... ................ W i 1 m i ngton, Delaware B. A. History A Club, editor, Alpha Chi, vice-presidentg Mission Studyg Optimist, editor 142. One big happy family. l bi 'ue E NX 'X Seniatd, - ERNEST FINLEY ,,,77,,,7,,,, .,.,,,,Y,,,,,,7,,,,,7,,,7,A,,.. .v,,,77 I rvmg. Texas B. A. Bible President, Student Council, '43-'44g Forensic Manager, '43g Gavel Clubg Melpomenean Playersg Senior Favoriteg Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Alpha Psi Omegag Alpha Tau Lambda, 'tA'l Club. MARY DOT FRAZIER ,ccs,....s,,,s7,cs,cs.,,w.......,,s,,,sl,,.. Levelland, Texas Route 5 Education B. S. Kitten Klub Koronation, '42g Dormitory Council, '43g Ellen H. Richards Clubg Melpomenean Playersg Girls Training Classg Mission Studyg "W" Club. LOVETTA FULFER ,,,,,,,,,.,c,c,,,,,,,,,,,o........,,,,c,,c,c,c,,,. Hugo, Oklahoma B. S. Business Administration "W" Club, Alpha Chig Assistant Bursary Girls' Training Class, Mission Studyg Business Administration Club, '43. R. CHARLES GARNER ,................,.....,.....,.,............,.,.,.. Belton Texas 721 North Beal Street Transfer from Temple Junior Collegeg Pickwickian Club, vice-presidentg Editor of "Pickwicker," '44, Vice-president, second semester, Senior class, Evangelistic Forum. JACK A. GREEN ..................................................... ..... A bilene, Texas 665 North East 15th B. S. Business Administration MARY BESS HARDGRAVE ..,..,,....................,.. . Sanderson, Texas B. S. Primary Education Ellen H. Richardsg Leader, Girls, Training Class, '42g HW" Clubg Alpha Chi, Treasurer, '44g A Cappella, ,445 Science Club, '43g Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. JULIA HILL .............,.......... ....................................... E dcouch. Texas B. A. Spanish A Cappellag Sextet, '44g "W" Clubg Los Alegres, Vice-presi- dent, '44, Cadettesg Whois Who in American Universities and Collegesg Campus Service Organizationg Alpha Tau Lambda. GLORIA JUNE HOBBS .. ................. ............ ....... A b ilene. Texas l525 Orange Street B. S. A Cappella, '4lg Ellen H. Richards Club, '44. Take it easy! Home Economics Sgnidlw, MARY GLENN HUFF 777,,,,, ,,,,,7,7,,, . ,.,,,,,,7,, .,Lockney. Texas B. S. Business Administration HW" Club, Secretary, Leader, Girls' Training Class, Assist- ant Registrar, Alpha Chi. MASAAKI ISHIGUROH. ...., ,... ., .... Los Angeles. California B. S. Chemistry Optimist staff, Frater Sodalis, president, Science Club. NOEL GHISHAM ........ Leonard, Texas B. A. Bible WALLACE JACKSON .................................. ............ M idland. Texas 306 South Pecos Street B. A. Dramatic Arts President, Melpomenean Players, '43, '44, President of Alpha Psi Omega, '44,, Class prexy, '43, '44, President, Pickwickian Club, '44, Student Council, '43, '44, Who's Who in A. C. C., '43, '44, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Favorite, '44, Alpha Tau Lambda. TROY LEE ........ Gladewater, Texas B. S. Chemistry Science Club. JAMES LeFAN. . ,....., . . . . ............................ Greenville. Texas Melpomenean Players, Mission Study, Evangelistic Forum, President, Phi Omega Chi. PATRICIA LOE , , .. .,....... ,. .... Raymondville, Texas B. S. Chemistry G. A. T. A., president, Science Club, "W" Club, Pre-Med Club, '43. MARY BELLE MANER ..........., .,............ .................... B 1 ankei, Texas B. S. Home Economics President, McDonald Hall council, Melpomenean Players, Ellen H. Richards. X 'is Must be nice to be a Senior! .Sen,i0.f1,0, DOROTHY JEAN MARTIN 7,,,,.,.. . ,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,7, Madison, Wisconsin 2221 Lakeland B. S. Home Economics President of C. S. O., General of Cadettes, Prickly Pear Staff, '42-'43, Editor, '44, Melpomenean Players, '43, Kitten Klub, '42-'43, Kitten Klub Award, '43, Who's Who in ACC, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Favorite, '44, Ellen H. Richards, Girl Representative to "A" Club, Optimist Staff, '43. DORIS MASSEY ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,l,..,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,., . Abilene, Texas 926 Victoria B. S. Business Administration Kitten Klub, president '44, Delta Theta, President, '44, Ellen H. Richards, Business Administration Club, '43, Art Club. MARTHA FAY MALLOY ..... .... . .. .. .. . Hollis, Oklahoma Box 415 B. A. Bible "W" Club, Girls' Training Class, Leader, '43, Mission Study, Los Alegres, A Cappella, Pickwickian Club, Dormitory Council, McDonald Hall. EDWIN EARL MYERS ............................ Grandfalls, Texas B. A. Bible Evangelistic Forum, Spanish Club. WILLIAM E. MCDANIEL ........ ............... ..... . . ....... S inton, Texas B. A. Spanish and Bible Los Alegres, President, '44, Mission Study, Evangelistic Forum, Young People's Meeting, Leader, '44, "A" Club, Alpha Tau Lambda. JAMES DURST MCKINNEY ....., .. . .. . .... .. Sweeney, Texas B. A. Mathematics A Cappella, President, '44, Los Alegres, Secretary, '42, Alpha Chi, Melpomenean Players, Pickwickian, President, '42, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Sub-T- l6, First Mate, '44, Men's Chorus, '43, Optimist, '41, '42, '43, Prickly Pear, '42. LARNELL J. NICHOLS .................. ........,..... P rescott, Arkansas B. A. Greek Transfer Magnolia A. and M., Arkansas, Evangelistic For- um, Mission Study, Young People's Meeting. GERTRUDE OGLESBY ........ ,.......,.. ,.,,.,...,. . . .... Call, Texas B. A. Business Administration Band, '41, '42, Business Administration Club, '42, '43, Girls' Training Class, '41, '42, Mission Study. Here's' looking at you! CLINE PADEN ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,..A.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Idalou. Texas Sub-T-16, Mission Study, Evangelistic Forum. MARJORIE RAWLINSON 7,777,7,,,,,,.77,,..,,7,.,,777 . 7,777..,. Corsicana. Texas 419 South 30th Street B. S. Business Administration Prickly Pear, '43, '44, Melpomenean Players, '43, Kitten Klub, '40, '42, Ellen H. Richards, '40, Business Administra- tion Club, '43, Ko-Jo-Kai, vice president. BILLY SANFORD ,,.,.., .,....,,.,.,,,w,,,,,,.,,,,..,....,,..,.. H untsville. Alabama 601 Madison B. A. English Transfer from David Lipscomb College and Vanderbilt Uni- versity, Pickwickian Club. HAZEL SMITH .,...l...,...................,..................... . ........ Lubbock. Texas Route 5 B. A. English Ellen H. Richards, Girls' Training Class, "W" Club, Mission Study. R. A. SMITH, JR .C...,.......................,........................... Ballinger. Texas ' 404 10th Street B. S. Chemistry and Mathematics President of Science Club, Second Vice-president of Alpha Tau Lambda, Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study, Gavel Club, Spanish Club, Pre-Med Club, A Cappella, "A" Club. GERALDYNE STEPHENSON ............................ Fort Worth, Texas 2004 Gould Avenue B. S. Business Administration "W" Club, Alpha Chi, Secretary, '44, Business Administra- tion Club, '43, Girls' Training Class, Mission Study Class, A Cappella, '42, Science Club, '43, Alpha Tau Lambda. JAMES BOYD TAYLOR ............ ............................ P aducah, Kentucky 322 South 19th Street B. A. Bible String Ensemble, Orchestra, Band, Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study. MARY TUTTLE ......,......................................... . ....... Dallas, Texas 6001 Mercedes B. A. History "W" Club, G. A. T. A., Beauty, '43, '44, Badminton Team. DOROTHY URBAN .......................................................... Brady, Texas B. S. Business Administration "W" Club, President, Alpha Chi, President, Alpha Tau Lambda, Zellner Hall Council, President, Secretary to Ad- ministration, Student Council, Vice-president, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Who's Who in ACC, Favorite, '44, Business Administration Club, '43, C.S.O. GUY WELLS ...... ......... A bilene. Texas B. S. Biology The following students listed in the Junior section will receive their degrees in June: MARY LOUIS WALKER ....... ........................ C oleman, Texas B. S. Business Administration JEAN DAVIS ......... .................. W axahachie, Texas B. S. Business Administration MARCIA MCCLENDON ......... ......................... M ineola, Texas B. S. Business Administration Gardner Hinds Clark OFFICERS Dan Clark rrrrrrrrrrrrrr , ...r.,. rrrrrr,rr,rr. P resident, first semester Wendell Broom ssssssss ssssse P resident, second semester Shirley Gardner rrrr r rrrrr, .rirr Vice-President Elaine Hinds rrr.rrrrr rrrrrrrrr..... S ecretary C' Ceaao, 0. .Nineteen Jfundmed Jkautg fiiae BEN ADAMS ,,,,,,,,,,7,7,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,,7,,,,,,7,,,,77,.A, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1315 South Rockford WILLADEEN BAKER, .,,7.A,.,,.,aaa,,,,,,,aa7,,7,..a Abilene. Texas Route 3 ROBERT BANKES., ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.., N ewcomerstown, Ohio 326 McKinley Avenue W. B. BARTON, JR. ,,,,,,,.,A.,,A Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2244 Northeast Twentieth BETTY BILLINGSLEY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fort Smith, Arkansas 1216 Bluff PAUL BOND ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. . Hedley, Texas WENDELL BROOM ..,,v,e,e,,,,,, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma 1523 Northwest Forty-second Street ANN BURNS .,,,,eVv,ee,e,e,,ee... . ......VYYY,,Y.......,........, Dallas, Texas 1406 Galloway "Junior class meeting after chapel." MARSHALL BUTZ uniww -E- San Antonio, Texas DAN CLARK ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, A rlington, Texas JANE CLARK ........,7, ,..... F loydada. Texas LOLA SUE CLARK ,, ,.777 77777,7,7,.,.,,,,7,,,.,,... A bilene, Texas 1402 Washington Blvd. BETTY COLLINS, AAA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, B ig Spring, Texas Box 829 FAYE COX W, 7,7,7 7, ,,,7, 77,.,,., A chille. Oklahoma Box 88 MARY JEAN DAVIS ,,,,,Y,777A..., ,,,... , Waxahachie, Texas 304 East Marvin OLLIE DUFFIELD, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,., , .,., Mineral Wells, Texas Box 336 Your guess is as good as mine. U,f'Ll,G.!1,0 JACK DUNCAN, ,,,,,777,f ,. A ,,,,7,,77,7,,7,77,, Dickson, Tennessee 300 Center Avenue HENRY FORGY 7,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. S hawnee, Oklahoma 1805 East Main BARBARA FOUCHEW s,ss,,,,,, s,,s , Denver City. Texas Box 521 ARTHUR FRANCESE ,sss, , ,.,ssss,s.s s,,,,s, C asper. Wyoming FREDDIE GARDNER ,ssss, ss,,s, J unction. Texas SHIRLEY GARDNER ,,,, ,, H ,,., . Abilene, Texas A North Second HELEN BENTON GRISHAM ,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,s,,ss,,,s Wallis, Texas NENA GUTIERREZ ,,Es,s,,,,,,,,,s,,s,s,,s,ssE, Belen, New Mexico The easy life of a junior. -ll uruww --.-:.-r - DAVE HEARNN ,,,,...,..,A., ,,7,. , ., ....,,A,, Anniston, Alabama Route 3, Box 45 IRVIN D. HILER ,,,,....., . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, D illey, Texas Box 173 ELAINE HINDS ,7,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,a,,,...,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,, Pueblo, Colorado 211 Madison FRANCES JACKSON ,,,,,,,,,,1,...,..,,,,,,, Farmersville, Texas EDWARD LEE KIRK ,,77 ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,, B enjamin, Texas Box 128 WILLIAM LAWSON ,,,,,,,,,,, , .,,,.,,,,,,,, Nashville, Tennessee LA VORISE LEE ,,7,.. ,,,,,,,, S pur, Texas LEODA LOWDER ..,,,,, , .,,,,, Holliday, Texas Jackie got her face washed. Ll,l1,i0.'L0 - BEN LOWE 77,,,,,v..,77,7,77,,,, ,,,,7,, J acksonville, Florida BERNICE MCCLELLAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,77,777,,7...,. McLean, Texas Box 552 MARCIA MCCLENDON ,.A.,,.,,.A,,,,7777,,,.,,..77, Mineola, Texas 1710 North Pacific A NEAL McLESKEY ,,,7,, ,,,,, A 1, ..,,.,.,7,.7,,7,7, W Dalton, Georgia 421 North Hamilton Street ANNE MALONE , ,,,,,, ., , ,,,,,,,,,,,., ,, Henderson, Tennessee 104 Hamlet Street FLOYD MEDFOBDN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ee,,e W , ,, W Dallas, Texas 2903 Forest DORA DEE MITCHELL ,,,,,, ,,,,,... S ylvester, Texas PAULINE MOSELEY ,,,, .7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, M illersview, Texas Box 195 , , So somebody forgot to pose. u,l1,i0.fl,0, , ALMA NEWKIRK ,, I 777, Folsom, New Mexico LOUISE PEPPER 7, , San Antonio. Texas Route 4, Box 172 HARRY PICKUP I I I , , Arlington, Virginia 20 North Irving DEWEY PRUETT ,,,,77.,, I , Birmingham, Alabama 1816 Thirty-fourth Avenue ANNE RAMSEY ,.7,. H ,,,7,. ,,7, , ,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,,, Ennis, Texas 201 South Gaines Street EDITH REGGS se,ss, I L s,sse I ...,e,, Dallas, Texas 715 Hollywood JAMES E, SCOTT ,,,,,,7 ,,,,, ,,.,,, I L ivingston, N. Rhodesia South Africa ADRIENNE SMITH, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,r77,,, , ,,,,, Throckmorton, Texas Better luck next time, chem. majors! I zsdpfld-Ind-'L26, JACK SOUTHERN A., ,,. A4 .,7 ... A bilene. Texas College Drive CLINTON STORM .TTTTTTT..TTTTTTT4T,TTT.TTT,..,TTT4. Denven, Colorado DOYLE WALKER ,,,,,, 7,7,,7 Y . ,,,,7,7., Kuttoma, Kentucky Star Route MARY LOUIS WALKER ,,,7,7 ,,,,,,,,..7,77,,777,, C oleman. Texas Box 816 JERELENE WARREN ,, ,T ,,,,, .7 Rotan, Texas RUTH WILLIAMS. ..,,,,,,7 ,7,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,7 S tamford, Texas 515 East Vanderbilt Street PAULINE WITT ,,,,,,7,7,,, , ,,7,,, .v77,,,,,w777,,7 Abilene, Texas 811 Eastnorth Sixteenth Street THEDIS WOOD ...77777... ,t.. ,,7,7,,77,A..Y,,,,,,7,..,V,,777,, A n ton, Texas Route 1 LAWRENCE BONNER ,,,,7 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.. S w eetwater, Texas 500 Cedar Street LORRAINE HASEGAWA ,,,7,,,,..,, ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, R ivers. Arizona Kercheville, Rogers, Powell OFFICERS Al Kercheville ssess ., P President, first semester Noble Patterson P s,sss 7 ss,s President, second semester Ruth Rogers ssssss P P ss,,sss,,,sss Vice-President Patsy Powell lsss, ,s.s.,.... S ecretary A GL-r I Claw, a .Nineteen Jfundfaed Sfcvztq Sim .S0.I1fL0.f11,0.fLe6, MARJORIE ANN ARLEDGE 777,777,77,7, , ,, Orange, Texas 1306 Park Avenue GERTRUDE ASHLEY , 7., 7 77,7 O Mobeetie, Texas CARL DEAN ATOR ererer. . 7e,e7ee7. eeeee e.eeVe7e L i pan, Texas Box 3 MARY JOE BAUCOM .,,,,,,,,,.e,,7,777,, ,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, Taft, Texas Route 1 JAMES NORMAN BEAVER ,. ,,,,,, ,, Iowa Park, Texas Route 1 MARGARET BLEDSOE ,,Y,7,777 ,, ,,,7,7,. Mereta, Texas ROY BOURLAND ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, A bilene, Texas 1002 Grape Street BOB BRENNEN ,.,,,,,,,,,,.s,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,s,,,7,7, , ,,7,,, Alvin, Texas Box 903 BARBARA BROOKS ...,,,,,,,,7,,V,,,,,,,7 7 ,,.,,, Taft, Texas WILLADINE BROWN ,,,,,7,7,,, . ,,,,,, Bellview, New Mexico RUTH ANN BRUMFIELD ...,,,,,,,,,,,, Dora, New Mexico BOX 105 DAN CABE .....,..V.,s,,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,7,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,, Abilene, Texas 750 East North 15th Men are so scarce these days ,iff C0 I A Q R SdphamaMeQ F IMOGENE CARR ,7,..77 7, .... Des Moines, New Mexico K ,, .--- , W--. - GAYLAN COLLIER .....,7, ,,7,..,..,,.,, , Fluvanna, Texas A PAT CORDER , eeee I eeee .... .AAA 4 A4A, A b i lene, Texas 602 North East 16th EVELYN COX ..,......,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,, , , Clovis, New Mexico 1208 Mitchell MERRIAN CROWDER ......,....,, ,,,t,,,t,,.,...,, S nyder, Texas Route 3 WILLA JEAN CULLEN ,,Y,,,......,t,, ,,,,,,t, A bilene. Texas RICHARD DACUS ,,....,,.. ....,., A rapaho, Oklahoma JO ANN DUNN ,,w7,V,.. .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t,...t,,.w.,,,t... A bilene, Texas 258 Graham AUGUSTIN G. FIGUEROA L .,.eee,., Torreon, Coah., Mex. Ave. Ocampo 223 Pte. BILL GILILLAN D ,,,,,,......,........,.,.,,,..ee,e,e,,.., Abilene, Texas 609 East College Drive MARY GLASSCOCK ,.,e,e,eee,,,e,,,....... Artesia, New Mexico LOISTEEN GLIMP ,.,,..,e,e,ee,ee,..,....,.,...,ee,,Y Levelland, Texas Route 5 SUE HARDEGREE ,..,,,,,,,V.,,,,,............V Colorado City, Texas 723 Walnut JOY ELAINE HARRIS ..,.....,...,...lee ,,.e.,... H ouston, Texas DOROTHY JIM HARVEY .l,.,e, ....,,.. B ig Spring, Texas -- SapPLamafceo, MARION HEFLIN, ,,7,. tHenderson, Texas EXA HENRY , W ,, ,,,7,, ,,,,,77,,., ...77,7 W i ckett, Texas Box 205 MARY JO HENRY, , 7 7 1 777, , , 7777 , 7. ,7,, Dallas, Texas 5919 Velacco MARY JERNIGAN, ,,,, ,,e7777e, C ommerce, Texas AL KERCHVILLE , ,7,,77,.,,,,,777.,77777. Needles, California 214 Walnut Street FOY KIRKPATRICK ,,,7,,, ,,,,,.,7A, F ort Worth, 3, Texas 933 Ramsey BILLY KUGHN, ,,7a.,7 Olla, Louisiana MAC LeFAN ,, , ,,,, , W ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,, G reenville, Texas 2807 Wesley Street DOROTHY LUCK ,,,7, , ., YY,,7,7 YYY77,7 S tamford., Texas 1030 Symond Place JACQUELINE LUSK ,..,,7,,777777,,...,.,7,,7A.77,,,.,, Eastland, Texas 213 South Oak BILLIE RUTH MCDANIEL .,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, Stephenville, Texas BETTY GREY MCKINNEY ,,,,..,.,,, ,.,.,,,,, S weeny, Texas Box 69 Sophomore Octet VE STAL MANER, ,,..,. ,,,,..., B lanket, Texas HOLLIS MANLY ,,,,.,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,..... Abilene, Texas 842 Meander WANDA LOU MIDDLETON .. ., ...,.,,A..... Houston, Texas 1316 Hyde Park Blvd. NELDA JEAN MILLIKEN ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , Lovelady, Texas BOBBIE LOU MORGAN ,,,,A, ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Olney, Texas 407 West Hamilton MARY BELLE MORGAN .,4.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lubbock, Texas BARBARA JEANNE MORLAN ,.,,, ,e....,,see A bilene, Texas 1618 Cedar Crest Drive JACKIE MORRIS ,,.,,e,,,,,,,,,,,......,e,w.,.....V......, Abilene, Texas Station A EMMA RUTH NEECE ,71,1, 1,,,7,7 Y,,777, ,,,,,,,,7,,77,77, W a c o, Texas 604 North Thirty-Second KAY NELSON ,,1,,,,,.....,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,,, New Orleans. Louisiana 4125 Fontainbleau Drive BETTYE NORMAN, ,,e,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,,,,e,eeeeee,.e,.,,.. Abilene, Texas 850 Beech Street EDSEL PADEN .,,,..,es.sv.,.....,..............v,....e Brownfield, Texas Route 5 I SARAH PARKER 1.,.,..7,,,,,,,.,...,,.,.,,..,,,. .,..,, R oyalty, Texas Bin A NELDA JEAN PATTESON e,,,,,ee,e,,...e e......, S miley, Texas Box 179 RUTH P ,,,,,7,,.....1,,,,,,,,,v.,,.,,,,,,... ..,, a as, Tex 5822 Oram were lSapFLamafceo,?L-2 EMMA HASEGAWA W,,,7,,,...,,,,7,,A.....,, 77..... R ivers, Arizona 61-9-D SELMA RAYJ-IENRY ,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,....,,,, Wickett, Texas Box 205 NOBLE PATTERSON ,,,.,.,,,,..,,,7,,......., Fort Worth, 3, Texas 1301 North Sylvania PATSY POWELL Y,,7., ,,,7777 , ,,,7,,,,,,77,,7,,,.7 7 ,,Chi1dress. Texas Box 14 ELSIE RAINES Y,,,,,,,,,,,,..w,,,,,.....7,,,,,77,A.,, Centerville, Texas Box 113 RUTH RAMBO ,,7., ,,,,,,,,,,,..w,,,,,, .,,7,7,, H u ntsville, Texas MARILYN RANCE Y,,77 ,,,,,7.,, , ,,v,, San Antonio, 3, Texas , S ' 1227 Hammond JO NELL RIDER ,,,,,,,,,. , ,,,7,,7 , ,,,,.,,,,,,77..,,,77,, Houston, Texas ' ' 706 Redan ANN ROBERSON ,.,,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,......., A bilene, Texas 1618 College Drive DORIS ROBERTS o.1.,,, ,,,, ,,,,.., . , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,., O 1 den, Texas BOX 28 RUTH ROGERS ,,,, 7,,,,,, ..,,o,,o, , , ,,,,...,,,,,, Q uanah, Texas 111 West 10th MAVIS ROSE Y,,,,7, ,YY,7.,,,,,YY.Yo..V,,,7,,,,,,,.....,oo, D alhari, Texas Route 1 0- J. RUSSELL. JR. ,ooo , ,,,,,o,o Grand Saline, Texas LEON SAVAGE Y,,YYY,,,,o,,o,o,. ,,,.o. C alero, Oklahoma GENE ALLEN SCRUGGS ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,11 Abilene, Texas 642 College Drive 'v s 'K ' , 3,1 x U J-1' .r K f VY' AW !1" J,fvyJ2 J Qylii 0,.q'f,V -- SapFzamaueo, SHERLEY SHEPARD ,L , 7,,,7Y,,,,, Lubbock, Texas 1412 Main Street CLARA SUE SHEPHERD ,, , Sweetwater, Texas 409 Elm Street JAMES SIKES ,,,,,,, Roswell, New Mexico 411 North Lea STANLEY SINGLETON ,, 7 ,, Marble Falls, Texas Travis Pear Route WANDA SIZEMORE ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , Amarillo, Texas 2202 South Fillmore LOUISE SMITH Y, , Y,7,7,, Y, so ,, Abilene, Texas Box 2137 WALTER VINCENT 7,,,,,, Wichita Falls, Texas JEANNE WAIDW ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, D a llas, Texas 1857 Summitt JUANITA WATSON , ,L H ., I Y,,, Hugo, Oklahoma 510 South G Street MYRTLE WEATHERFORD 777,,, ....,, S tinnett, Texas MELBA WELCH ,V7,77,,,,7 77,7,,7,, s7,1, F r iona. Texas OLGA WEST ,,,,,,, ,7,, 7,77,,,,,,,,7,7, 7 Y 7, Galveston, Texas 3214 Avenue Q16 LAURINE WILHOITE ,7,7, ,,,,, , 77777 H untsviile, Texas 1300 Avenue P JEWELL CHRISTINE WHITE ,,,,,,,, Lubbock. Texas 1916 Sixteenth Street LEAO MCDANIEL 7 ,,,, ,, Carbon, Texas Crain Davis Swim OFFICERS Dub Crain S , eeee P resident Sammy Swim 7 Vice-President Carolyn Davis iiiii iiiiiiii S ecretary-Treasurer Clam, ef .Nineteen Zfundwed fiwztg Seuen fl'neo,Fzmen MARILYNN ADAMS 77,,77,,,, . ,7,,, . .Ki11een, Texas Box 337 DON ALLEN.. ,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,7 S anderson., Texas JUNE ALLEN. . Wellborn, Texas JOHN WALTER ANDERS ,,,Y . e,,,7,, . Oakwood, Texas BETTY ANDERSON... ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, S herman, Texas 1033 South Walnut HELEN ANDERSON ,,,, ,77,,,7,,,7,, ,,,, . G randfalls, Texas NORMA LEE ANDERSON. ,,,, .. ,,,,,, Dallas, Texas 2530 West Twelfth Street BETH ARTHUR ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, . .. Spur, Texas GENEVA ASHLEY ,,,,,,, Melrose, New Mexico TEDDY JIM AUSTIN .,,, . s,,,,s Memphis, Texas WAYNE BACK ,,,s,,,..,.,,, .. ,,,,,,,, .. McLean, Texas PRISCILLA JEAN BAKER .. Ozona, Texas Box 55 Phoebe, Dub, Rosie, and Sammy on a tear - gjeanhlen MARJORIE BANISTER 77,,,, 7,77,77,,, T halia, Texas BETTY JO BARNETTW, ,.,....,...,.., ,, 777,,,7, Spur, Texas Box 743 EVELYN BEAM, .,,,,, W ,, ,,.,.... .,.,7,.,, , ,,,. 1 Denison. Texas Route 2 PATSY BENNETT ,,ss,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, F o rt Worth, Texas 4716 Wichita A. L. BROWN ,s,,,,,s, Y ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, F ort Smith., Arkansas 819 Bell BILL BROWN ,,,,,,,,,,7,, ,,,,,,,,,,,7,,,,,,,7,,, ,,7,,,,,, A b ilene, Texas 2118 North Sixth Street JUANITA JO BROWNY. ,t,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,t , ,Brownfie1d, Texas 111 East Tate RUBY NELLE BURKETTWH, ,,,, Conway, Arkansas PATSY JUNE BURNHAM ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Houston, Texas 1608 Elmeri DEAN BYARS ,,,,,s,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, V e rnon, Texas 2811 Wilbarger Street DOT BYRD7, ,,7,,,,,s,,, ss,,, ,,77,,,,,,,, 7 7 ., ,,,t, Camden, Arkansas GENEVA CAMPBELL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, R anger, Texas 410 Pine Street Close your mouths. please g2L20fLl1l6lt JO ANN CARMEN. ........,.,,..,. . I ..,,A,,, H Box 836 I , Baird, Texas VANCE CARRUTH ,,,,,,,,,,,,7777,77,77,, ,, ,,,,, Vernon, Texas MARIE CHENAULT A..,,,,, ANNA VERNE CLEMENT ,7,,7 , YYV.7,, . 1309 Jeanette Sweeny, Texas Abilene, Texas ANITA COBB, ,,,,,,7,,, ,.,.A. .,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, S a n Antonio, Texas 1810 West Summit JEAN COBB ,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,7,,,7,,7 H a slzell, Texas MARETTA COLLIER ss,. 77,77,,, , Lubbock, Texas DOROTHY CRAIG, ,,,,,,,, .,.,.,, F rederick, Oklahoma DUB CHAIN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.. . . . , Abilene, Texas 706 East North Fifteenth BILL CROOM, ..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,, Enid., Oklahoma 1302 West Cherokee CAROLYN DAVIS ,.A,...,.....,.....A.,,.,,,,,,.,.... ,,,,ss, D allas, Texas 805 Beckley A. J. DEANS ,,,,,,, ..,,,,,..,,,.,....,,,,,,,,,, S an Angelo, Texas BILL DECKER ..,..,....... ,,,...., Vli ichita Falls, Texas DOROTHY DOWDY ...,v,,.,,,,,,,..,,.......,...,,,,,,, Abilene, Texas 7 Sayles Blvd. BEVERLY DRAPER ..........,........,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,, O dem, Texas . fijLe0,h,f11,el1, MAXINE DRYDEN. t. ,,,, ,,,,77,77777, C arlsbad, New Mexico 208 South Elm Street HELEN DUNAGAN ,,,,,,,,7,7, , ,,Y,77,,,7777 Albion, Nebraska MARJORIE ECHOLSW ,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,..., ,,,,,,,, A bilene, Texas 1364 Cedar BONNIE FLETCHER ,,,,,, , 77,,,,,,,77. Artesia, New Mexico 405 Washington Street CARMETTA FRANCES tt,tttt,,,,,tt.,.,,,,,,7 Casper, Wyoming CECIL FRANKLIN , ,t,,,,,,,t,,,,,,, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2769 Northwest Sixteenth JERRY FREESE , ,,,.,,i,,i,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,, Vernon, Texas 2603 Paradise GRACE GLASSCOCK ss,,sss,,ss,,, Artesia, New Mexico AUDREY GREEN ., Quinlan, Texas JUNE GREEN ,,,,,, ,,ss,,ss , ., W ss,,,,s Eden, Texas Box 85 RAYMOND GREEN , ,,,., , ,,s,s,sss,,ss, Eden, Texas SAMOA LOU GUTHRIE ,ss,,,s, s,s,s, R ocksprings, Texas NW, This would feel good in summer - gdeahmen KATHRYN HANKS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, M idland, Texas 301 North Pecos VELMA HARPER, ,,7,,,7,,, I ,7.. ..,. . . ,....., Colorado City, Texas Box 407 H. V. HASTINGS ...A77777....,.,.,.....,777 Carrizo Springs, Texas BETTY HAYS Y,.. ....,,,,77.,,,7,,,,,,,7,,7,,,,77,,,77,..7v77, , Abilene, Texas 536 Mockingbird SCOTT HAYS ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.,.,,,7,.,,77,,77,,,,..,.... , ,,,7,, Clyde, Texas ANNA LOIS HEARDL, 77.,,..,. . ,..,,. ..7,.A..,,,. , ,Pampa, Texas Box 2076 RENA HEROD ,A,,,,,,,s..ss,,,s...,ss.ss,ss....ss..,.s,s,. Grapeland, Texas Box 232 MORRIS HERRING ..,,...,.,,,,Vs,,,ss.,,s.Vss... San Angelo, Texas 217 North Irene JEANNE HILL ,.,s,,,,,,,sss,s,ss,,,,,sss,ssss,,s,,ss,s,ss,s, Houston. Texas 606 Merrill Street GENE HINDS ,,.,v,,,,v,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,,..,......,,,,. Pueblo, Colorado 211 Madison EDNA JAMES HOLLADAY ......, ........,.... . ,, Quanah, Texas LOUISE HOLT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.rr,r,r,rr,,r,,,,,,r San Angelo, Texas 161 0 Webster HELEN RUTH HUMPHREY ,i..,,,,ii,.,s,s.,,s,ss Abilene, Texas 602 Northeast Fifteenth PEARLETTA IVY .sssisss........Vffsfffsi.,i.....vff........ Haskell. Texas Box 485 BILLY MAC JOBE .,.....,,..ssssssssssss... .ssssss P utnam. Texas --li fixeafzmen MMM ff-W -Jdlwimu h G AJ Blwsvvv-Ind LA FRANCES JoHNsoN ...,,..,,..,,V .,, w in erg, Texas Box 206 ' ANN JONES ,,,,7, ,,777777,,,,,,,,.A7,.,,..,,77,7 E ag ss, xas. Box 458 BOBBIE JONES 7,77,,,777,777,,777,7,7,,,7,,,7,A7,,,,, Fort Worth. Texas 1005 Southland street WENDALL JONES 7777,, 777,7,77, M eadow, Texas PHIL KENDRICK 7, ,77, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Abilene, Texas 1725 North Fifth FRANCES KING1, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Q uinlan, Texas JEANNE KINGSBURY .Vsssaas,sas aassaas ssaas sasa M e r kel, Texas Box 541 BETTYE KINNARD ,,,, YYY,Y77777777,,,777777,, W ichita Falls, Texas Route 2 EDNA RUTH KLEMM YYYYYYY,Y,,7,77,7777777777,, Denver, Colorado 159 Cherokee Street ANNA CAROL LADYMAN ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Brownwood, Texas 1703 Avenue K RAYMOND LAFAITTE 7,7,,7,,Y,,,Y,YY,7777,77w7,,77V, Lamesa, Texas MONTRELLA LANGLEY ...Y...,.,,Y..,...7.,ee1,.,,e Ranger, Texas 1314 Spring Road Hello. down there. g",f1,e5,H,fn,ef1, MARY ALLEN LANIER , 7,Y,,Y,..77,77, ,,,7,, R anger, Texas 910 Sinclare Avenue FLORENCE LUTHER W ..., ,,,,, ,..A,,,,,,,,,, O z ona, Texas Box 74 CAROL MCCLENDON 7 ,. 7, ,,,7 ,,777, ,,7,777,V M ineola, Texas 710 North Pacific Street GYPSY MCCOLLUM YVV..7,7 Y,...,,7,,, L oraine, Texas JENNIE RUTH MCGEE .,,,,,., George West, Texas DORIS MCINROE ,,,,,,,,, A,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Lubbock, Texas 2517 Twenty-ninth Street ANNE MCLEOD, e,,,....,,ttt,t,,tt.. Y, Trent, Texas BILLIE LOUISE McNABB ....., , ,,,,,,,,e,e,,t,. Lubbock, Texas 1801 Thirteenth Street SARA MEGGS ...,,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,.,. ,,,,t,,e,t,, , ,Da1las, Texas 6295 Mercedes MARIAN MOSELEY i,,,,e,,,, Quanah, Texas WAYNE MOSS L W ti.,, ,. , ,, Abilene, Texas 1341 Washington Blvd. WILMA RAE MYERS ,,,, , ,L 7 ,. Strawn, Texas Star Route MICHIO NAGAI ,,,,, , W - Amache, Colcrado 10H-2B HOENA NEWHOUSE .KKKKKK MCCaL1l1eY, Texas JAMES NICHOLS ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,c A bilene, Texas Station A ,q"jLe5,Hf11,el1, MARILYN OLIVER, .,77 ,,,,A..,A,.,.7A7,7,,,,,7,7 W axahachie, Texas Route 3 JANICE OWEN ,,,,,A,, ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,7 ,,7777,, , R obstown, Texas ROBERT PAGE ,,,777w777A7,777777,,,,,,,,,-,,, A, A .... Abilene, Texas 1830 South Fourteenth Street KATHRYN PATTON .....,,..,.V,tt,,t,t,t,tt,,,,,, ,,,, Dallas, Texas 2755 Gladstone LOU NELLE PETERS ,,A,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,77,7,, R ogers, Texas Box 23 ROSE PETTY eeeeeeee tt,tttttt,,tt,,t,.,tat.., ,,,,. 7 Spur, Texas Box 583 FRANCES JEAN PITTMAN eeeeeee ee..ee M uleshoe. Texas AFTON POWELL oeeeeoeeeeeeeeeee......v ,,,tt,,t,tt , Hale Center. Texas Star Route ANNA PRICE ,,,,, ,,,,,, o.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,77...,, D a 1 las, Texas 6016 Hudson MARJORIE PRIESTLEY ,,tt,t,,..,,,,,,,,.,,tt,,tt, Vicksburg, Miss. 1108 Polk Street LINNIE PRUETT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,............,.,,.. Birmingham, Ala. 1816 Thirty-fourth Avenue NORMA JEAN QUALLS ,,,,...,,,,,.,t..,,,..........., Denver, Colo. 38 South Clarkson Finally found: a use for the fire escape Wi! , N, 1 V J, ,J 7 .f x ffxiw' , sf dv-, 2 3 i f - I 1-I fi iss: :l-E fhwfamen as 2 WI 'I 'Jeb i fl MILDRED RAMPY .,A..,,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, Washington, D. C. 4532 Northwest Forty-seventh BILLIE RAY ...,,,,,,,,7,7,,,,,,,.,..,, ,,,,,,,,....A , , 7,,,.,,,,,, Wilson, Texas Route 1 LESTER REAGAN ,,,,,,,......,,7,,,,,,,,....,,. ...,.. , ,eQuinlan, Texas Route 4 - M. dv! 4 0-1 EDITH V. RECORD ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,, T ulsa, Oklahoma 1512 South Jamestown HAL RIVES .,,,,,,.....,,7,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,t.....,,,,,, Abilene, Texas SL., Box 1819 R. L. ROBERTS ...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,....1.,,,,,,, Cleburne, Texas 'Y ' 204 Madison ifqg...-ri poo ' WILMM RUSSELL ,,,Y,.., , ,,,, .. Littlefield, exas Box 210 s-5.1! DAVID SANDERS ,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, S unray, Texas Box 273 I VOLA SHERROD ,,,,,,,t,, Y. ,,.,.ttt, Lubbock Texas 2295fTenthfSt-reef , .Q L' 4 ' - 1 A A 5 STANLEY SHIPP ..e,ew., eeeeee L euders. Texas RAY SIMMONS, ,,,,oo, ,,,oo,,, L ubbock, Texas BILLIE L. SMITH ,,,,,eee. .,e,e. C olorado City, Texas j,fZf,fif6w,fe 'W MARGIE L. SMITH ,aso o1o,o . H ee.,e, ,eeeeeeee E den. Texas Box L93 MONTA JO SMITH 7,,,,,,,,,,o,,,, , o,,,,,,, ,,oo, G ax-rison, Texas Box 143 RALEIGH SMITH ,,,, Eclezj., Texas fi,!1,e0,hf11,eh, MARTHA SPILLER ,,,7,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, B r ady, Texas Box 487 JEANNE STARKS. .,A ..7Y...,.,,7....,,,, 7,,,77 A ltus, Oklahoma Box 147 BERT STARNES ,,,,.,,,, A,.,, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 1101 West Twenty-third Street SALLY STEADMAN ,,,,,,,,,,eee,ee,,,,1... Throckmorton, Texas Box 133 ROLLY STIRMAN... ,,,77.,.,,,7,,,,.,,7..1,.... Wichita Falls, Texas GLADYS STORSETH ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Amarillo. Texas 1620 Pierce ELIZABETH STURGEON ,,,,,,,,e,e.e, Shreveport. Louisiana 509 Kirby SAMMIE SWIM ,,,,,sss ,,,, . ,,,,,,,..,,s , ,,Wichita Falls, Texas RUTHYE TABOR. ,.,l,lll l,ll,l,leel, L amesa, Texas EDNA M. TAYLOR ..Y,VV . ..VV..ll....l,l,,,,,,,lV,, San Angelo, Texas 1528 South Park MARTHA THRASH ...,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,...., Henderson, Texas MINTA TIDWELL ......, ,,,,,, , Anson, Texas This is a lovely way to spend an afternoon. i gxeahhlen MARCIA TURNEY . I ,,,, ,.,,,,,, C henute, Oklahoma JACOB C. VANDERVIS ,,,, ,,,,,,. ,,,,,, A bilene, Texas 673 East North 15th Street MARGARET WALTON Y,,,,,77,7,, ,,,7,7 ,..,.,...4 , S hreveport. La. 2724 Judson St. ALYS WATADAW ,,7,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,7 7,,,,,,,, A mache, Colorado 12K-8D MILDRED WELCH ,,,,,,7.o,..,7,,,,,7,,,7 ,,,,,,,,,, S aint Jo, Texas PHOEBE WHATLEYW ,,,,, 7, Wichita Falls, Texas 2137 Avenue J. C LLENE WHITE ,,,, ,,,,,,.. , ,,,,7,,,,,, G ainesville, Texas A Box 548 ARGARET WICKER ....,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,, G atesville, Texas JUANELLE WILLIAMS ..,,,,7, , ,,,,, Archer City, Tixas MARJORIE WILLIAMS ,7,,,,,,, ,777,.,, T atum, New Mexico Box 12 WILMA WOODARD ,,,,,,,,,,,,...A... ,,,.7,, Wellman, Texas JOE YOWELL ,,,,,,,,777,77,,,,,7,,,7,,77,7,,,77, ,7.v... A bilene, Texas Station A The bench on the oiher side does look cozy. ii Complacent but happy: What? No girl, Sho:-ty?: Oh, she comes in here: Now come on-smile Patsy: Buck privates on display: Fall pledges: Betty with the beautiful voice and Mary the fall graduate: A serious Senior discussionl: Cadette Reunion: Happy as if they've eatenl: There's Happy and companion again: Foursome: Over you go: Olga and Betty Gray: Marian: Promises further report: Take it easy, Don! Dear Alma Mater: Why is she 1aughing?: "Too late, too late-": Well! It didn't burnl: C. S. O. secretary: Gatas by the lake: One of the best things about A. C. C.: Now let's don'i get silly! Bored? Not Jimmy and Neecie! Now who's looking forward to July--it could be Sherley and a man in the navy "He's in the army now-", but Cricket will see that it doesn't have complete priority. Patsy seems to get along well with these Marines. R. L. and Jean "Squirrel teeth" are the names. but don't let that fool you-it's serious business. Now it's Lt. and Mrs. Gladstone McLendon. eafuw W, H Sliedeg .Slfzepafad f X 2 , gy , N, XSS 3 W ,sb , ..... X 1 S 4 fm, , 'f M, 'WH 3 .ww V iq, ,, if , 99 ,232 ,Q 3, 9 M "'a::. vw. Y wi q Wsegifkr N -1 ev 'f::. L Z1 I 4... ' - ex We iflljg Sweat ffinlfeg i L .Tatag .fiawefl Hkautg ,amineea 'M A X I N E B R O W N JACKIE LUSK GAY LANIER LEODA LOWDER ELAINE HINDS JUDY HI 'UZ , WALLACE JACKSON Speech majorg President, Alpha Psig President, Melpomg President, Pickwickiang President, Senior C1assgFavoriteg Who's Who in American Universities and Col- leges. DOROTHY URBAN B. A. majorg Secretary to Admin- istrationg President, "W" Clubg President, Zellner House Councilg President, Alpha Chig C. S. O.g Favoriteg Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. DOYLE BANTA Bible majorg Leader, Evangelistic Forumg Forensic Managerg Leader, Young Peop1e's Meetingg "A" Clubg Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. HCC FRANCES JACKSON B.A. majorg President, Ko-Jo-Kaig Vice-President, Zellner House Councilg Secretary of Student Associationg C.S.O.g "W" Clubg Favoriteg Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. New 'Wm ERNEST FINLEY Bible majorg President, Student Councilg Alpha Psig "A" Clubg Melpomg Gavel Clubg Favoriteg Who's Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges. JEAN MARTIN Home Economics Majorg Editor Prickly Pearg President of C.S.O. General . of Cadettesg Favorite sities and Colleges. 1 9 Whols Who in American Univer- 'UZ '45, 'wha ln Clmefzican 'llniuewitim and Cafkegeo, DOYLE BANTA D N F I N D L A Y MARY BESS HARDGRAVE MARY GLENN HUFF WALLACE JACKSON JIMMEY MCKINNEY DOROTHY URBAN FLOYD DUNN ERNEST I-'INLEY JUDY HILL FRANCES JACKSON ED KIRK JEAN MARTIN PAULINE WITT Gwganigaticna a 'fav eeua OFFICERS Jimmy McKinney , 7, C Ralph Graham Ed Kirk . a,,,,aa , . Don Findlay ,aaa7, Rex Kyker ,,aaaa77 H Jimmy McKinney G. C. MOTIHH V,,,, Floyd Dunnic.. . dl,, A Don Findlay d,.. . . Henry Forgy d,d7d,d7 W. C. Sikesi . President, lst Semester C, President, 2nd Semester Vice-President General Secretary iiri..Local Secretary i.Assistant Secretary . sss, Custodian of Records Sergeant-at-Arms .Editor ffffffiffligsisiani Editor The HA" Club was organized in 1917 and early in its history began to place emphasis upon service to A. C. C. through sponsoring a definite project each year. The project chosen for the present year has been the development of a park just off the campus to be used by students and faculty members for recreational purposes. With the motto, "We live to serve," the "A" Club is essentially a service group and only incidentally honorary. Qualifications are as follows: high character, strong interest in the welfare of Abilene Christian College, participation in extra-curricular activities, and scholarship. Banta Dunn Findlay Finley Forgy Kirk Kirkpatrick McDaniel Smith Taylor "ill" Clad OFFICERS Dorothy Urban ,. . .. .. , . 7 , .President Mary Bess Hardgrave . ...... Vice-President Mary Glenn Huff aaaaar . raa, aaaaa, s a,aa aaaara ,,.A1a S e c retary Geraldyne Stephenson . eeeeo . eeeaeeeaee . eee,e, . . . eeeee, Treasurer H' Jerelene Warren .. r,rrrrrrr Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Urban ln 1920 the "W" Club, honor organization for women, had its beginning with Mrs. J. P. Sewell as sponsor. Since that time it has been the purpose of the club to inspire girls to noble woman- hood and to render greater service to Abilene Christian College. Membership is based on charac- ter, scholarship, and outstanding service in one or more fields of student activity. This year the club's social activities included an introductory tea for new women students of the college, a Christmas party, yearly Silver Tea, a spring banquet, and annual business meeting. The annual project of the club this year was the presentation of a painting of Miss Elizabeth Nelson to the school to inaugurate a 'thall of fame," which it hopes will in the future include paint- ings of deceased faculty members, past presidents, etc. This year as a service project the club mailed a letter written by different members of the administration each month to every ACC ex in the service whom it could contact. Miss Jewell Watson and Mrs. Paul C. Witt served as sponsors this year. Brown Qarr Collins Frazier Fulfer Gardner Gutierrez Hardgrave Hasegawa Hill Hinds Huff Jackson Loe Luck McClendon Maner Milliken Molloy Morlan Parker Patteson Rider Smith Stephenson Tuttle Warren West Witt OFFICERS Dorothy Urban or r President Don Findlay rrr,,7 . . rVice-President Geraldyne Stephenson Secretary Mary Bess Hardgrave . or Treasurer Dorothy Urban Alpha Chi is a national scholarship society with the motto, f'Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." The Texas Psi chapter, of which the James A. Garfield society of Abilene Christian College is a branch, was founded in 1926. The purpose of this organization is the promotion and recognition of scholarship and character. The membership consists of the upper ten per cent of students, judged on scholarship and character, of junior, senior, and graduat- ing classes. As an incentive to scholarship, the organization presents each years shingles of recognition to all freshmen who make ninety per cent in all of their Work. The branch chapter has regular monthly meetings and presents Well prepared programs. At times it holds joint-meetings with the Julius Olsen chapter of Hardin-Simmons University and the James Winifred Hunt chapter of McMurry College. The chapter always sends representatives to the Regional Convention of Alpha Chi. Duffield Dunn Findlay Fulfer Gutierrez Hardgrave Hinds Huff Kirk McClendon McKinney Stephenson Witt QcweK Glad OFFICERS Roy Deavers v . .,. P r esident Phil Kendrick .,,,,,,,,,,,,, W VICQ Premdent Estelle McLaughlin ,,,,,, Secretary Treasurer Kathryn Hanks ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, R eporter The Gavel Club sponsored two major speech projects this year. An intramural tournament was held December 7, 8, and 9, which included class competition in debating, orations, one act plays, extempe, impromptu, after-dinner, declamation, and radio speaking. Oral interpretation of prose, poetry, and Bible was included. The eleventh annual intercollegiate tournament was sponsored by the club March 10 and ll. ACC representatives captured 315 points out of a possible 390 points. Included in the major activities of the club was the presentation of a mock murder trial. The trail was presented for the entertainment of the Melpomenean Players and for the public. Minor activities included an exchange of debates between ACC and Hardin Simmons, involving the national debate question of international police power in the post war period. Anderson 1Banta, Barton Billingsley Broom Burkett Butz Collier Carruth Davis Qclwdjgij Duncan Finley Francis Franklin Hanks Hearn Johnson Jackson Kend ck Nichols Peters Powell Priestly Rider Roberts White STAFF Dorothy Jean Martin Y77 ,,7 ,,, ,Editor Barbara Jeanne Morlan J 7 Y ,,,, ,, ,Assistant Editor Mrs. Rhetta Scott Garrettr J Sponsor Puny Rawlinson ,eeeeee er,ee E Class Editor Sue Hardegree ,,,,rClass Editor Martha Spiller sss,srssr J Class Editor Maxine Brown is rrs,,sssss Organizations Editor Judy Hill E J, l,,llr, Feature Editor Dorothy Jean Martin - Editor .The 57 57 Jfzicfifg .Lecvz STAFF Evelyn Cox is or Business Manager Shorty Lawson ooeoooe Assistant Business Manager Max Leachioa Staff Photographer James Sikes eaeaeaa aaaaaaa S ports Editor Marjorie Ann Arledge oroo Snapshot Editor Sherley Shepard eaaeeaa L Snapshot Editor Mildred Rampy eorr L L ,reaa Assistant SS Evelyn cox - Businlesshifianager I 944 sf ge I a Arledge Brown Hardegree Hill Lawson Leach Morlan Rarnpy Rawlinson Shepard Sikes Spiller 35? will I 37" f Patsy Powell Evelyn Cox Dot Luck Katheryn Hanks Roger Priestley Jeanne Waid Robert Page Lou Nelle Peters J. C. White .ifze STAFF E or Editor Associate Editor Y Editorial Secretary iirReporter iReporter Reporter E ,,rReporter Reporter ,rr, Reporter ,ptinub Louise Smith Dave Hearn ,, Irvin D. Hiler Anne McLeod eeeeee Ann Roberson rrro,,. L, Minta E. Tidwell oeeee Carolyn McClendon oeoe eeee Louise Holt r,s,, L L Robert Ishiguro ,rrY,ss Geneva Ashley STAFF L L..,.Business Manager LLL,L..L,LSports Editor LLLLL..-.Make-up Editor LL,,LLLLReporter LLLLLLLLReporter . L LRepOrteI' Louise Smith - Business Manager 1 LLLReporter L L L..Reporter LLLLLLLLLReporter L Reporter Ashley Cox Hanks Hearn Hiler Ishiguro Luck McC1endon McLeod Page Peters Priestley Roberson Tidwell Waid White in .Tickwicliian Clad OFFICERS Wallace Jackson srrrrrss so so rrsrsrsrrsr , Y A - President Charles Garner lell,,lll,,lll,l eel,lll, V ice-President Betty Gray McKinney l,lell, ,,lll, . as Secretary Jeanne Waid elelel,eeellelelllleellele,e lellllee. R eporter i Mrs. Rhetta Scott Garrett ccce ccccccc S ponsor Wallaffe 530115011 Miss Jewel Watson occc as an 4 ooosc Sponsor Around the fireplace in Mrs. Garrett's home each Monday evening this year the little group of creative writers have met to read and criticize each other's contributions. There they have found inspirations for higher forms of expression and a warm congeniality for their efforts. Editor of the annual club magazine, "The Pickwicker" was Charles Garner. The magazine this year was dedicated to Lea Short, president of the club last year. During National Book Week, the club sponsors a college-wide drive for books for the library. Garner Jackson McKinney Molloy Morris Owens Page Patteson Peters Powell Priestley Rampy Rider Roberson Sanford Tidwell Waid Welch White Williams Witt , ,,,, ,, , -...-.,,....4- ' 4 . V -F , W X . OFFICERS William McDaniel is F , ,,,,,Y7, A7, ii,, iii President Selma Rae Henry .F W W Vice-President, first semester Judy Hill e iirii e e or iiii Vice-President, second semester Mildred Rampy H ef 7 7 W iiffrfr . SeCretary-Treasurer DEIVG Hearn ,,,,, ,, Y, ,Y,,,,,, ,,,-,Y, R epoytef William McDaniel Los Alegres is one of the most active organizations on the A.C.C. campus. The club has made several contributions to the school and to the students during the year. Social activities have included the annual Mexican dinner, programs fashioned after Spanish style and personal interviews and discussions by Spanish speaking lecturers. Professors Treat and Schug served as faculty sponsors for the club. Anderson Bankes Barton Banta Bledsoe Brooks Draper Duncan Figueroa Findlay Forgy A. Francis C. Francis Gutierrez Hearn Henrl Hiler Hill Johnson Kinnard Kirkpatrick Molloy Malone Myers McNabb Nelson Patterson Patton Peters Rampy Smith Steadham Sturgeon Walker Bao, Clfegmeo Z. 'bv-0 K Were, X244-L 11,1 A P -Clfpfza .Toi l2mega OFFICERS Wallace Jackson . .. . , , , 7 President JO N611 Rider 7 V 7 7 .... .... . V ice-President Gaylan Collier . . A . ,. Secretary-Treasurer Wallace Jackson Alpha Psi Omega, national honor dramatics society, accepts outstanding dramatic students for membership after the accomplishment of a required amount of work in that field. The Zeta Alpha cast on the campus of A.C.C. began the year's activities with the fall initiation followed by a steak dinner. Another initiation was held in March followed by a banquet at Three Acres. Throughout the spring, other activities have been the reunion with old members, the meeting with the two other Abilene chapters of Alpha Psi Omega and the spring picnic at State Park. During the first semester, Miss Virginia O'Neal acted as sponsor and the second semester, R. Paxton Kyker. n wf fy C' IL-1 1 Collier 3 Dowdy Duncan Finley Kercheville Kerchevigg wson Rider Waid White Jlflefpamenean .Tfagew OFFICERS Wallace Jackson 777 President Ann Roberson Vice-President Patsy Powell t e L is Secretary Jeanne Waid t aa7,l Stage Manager Ernest Finley Business Manager Wallace Jackson Melpomenean Players enjoyed a successful year full of activities and fun. Formal receptions were held for initiates both in the fall and in the spring. Programs included several one-act plays directed by students and visits from Players' Clubs of Hardin-Simmons University, McMurry College, and Abilene High School. . Major productions of the year were '4Kind Lady," "Spring Again," and "The Little Foxes," all triumphs for the organization. Visits were made by the group as a whole to outstanding productions of the other schools. Sponsoring the organization the fall semester was Miss Virginia O'Neal of Hugo, Oklahoma, and in the spring semester R. Paxton Kyker was sponsor while working in the school as speech instructor. P-Dalia VOL Adams Anderson Arledge Arthur BakerllBarton Brown Burkett Burns Carruth Clark C Collier COX Crowder Davis Decker ow Duncan Finley Forgy Freese Gilliland Hanks Heard Hearn Hill Holliday Humphery Jones Jones Kendrick Kercheville Kinnard Lawson LeFan Luck Lusk McLeod Maner Meggs Morris Newkirk Nichols Page Peters Petty Petty Pickup Powell Priestley Pruett Rambo Rampy Rider Riggs Roberson Roberts Rogers Sikes Smith Williams Shepard Sherrod Sturgeon Taylor Thrash Tidwell Waid Welch Whatley C. White J. C. White Smith Williams Yowell .fVli ,ian Don Findlay ,,7, Leader Don Findlay Mission Study Class is exactly what its name purports it to be: a study of missions. Though the group's weekly program contains a vitally necessary devotional element, attention is primarily given to a survey of mission fields, methods, and motives. Adams Allen Anders Anderson Ashley Bankes Banta Barton Beam Billingsley Brennon Broom Bgun Brown Burns Butz Qgg Carruth Cox Dacus Davis Dunagan Duncan Finley Forgy Frances Franklin Freese Garner Guthrie Hanks Harper Hearn Herod Jackson Johnson Studgz.-1.-...L--.-1 Started in the early twenties, this extracurricular activity has devel- oped through the years, nurtured by Dr. Howard L. Schug, from a struggling handful to one of the strongest, in point of both membership and interest, groups on the campus. From it have gone evangelists to mission fields in the United States and abroad. As Eldred Echols, former member, now in the foreign field wrote from Argentina, 'tPlease give my fondest regards to Mission Study Class. It is one campus group whose history is being written in Eternity." Kirkpatrick Klemm Ladyman Lawson Lowe Luther McClendon McDaniel McNabb Malone Medford Milliken Nichols, J. Nichols,L. Paden, C. Paden, E. Patterson Patton Pickup Pruitt, D. Pruitt,L. Rampy Riggs Roberts Scott Smith Spiller Stephenson Sturgeon Taylor Vandervis Walker Watson White Wicker Wood X Martha Faye Molloy ' Qido' flmaining Cfcmo, Martha Faye Molloy so 777, Leader First Semester Elaine Hinds eiiee Leader Second Semester The Girls' Training Class meets each Friday evening to study the work of young Christian women in the church and in the home. Programs have included guest speakers, round table discussions, book reviews, inspirational poetry, and talks by the members. Activities of this class during the year have been conducting Bible classes for small children on Saturday afternoon and visiting in the hospitals and homes. Allen B. Anderson N. Anderson Barnett Beam Billingsley Bledsoe Brown Burns Campbell Carr Chenault Collins Cox Crowder Davis Draper Dunagan Francis Frazier Fulfer Gardner Glimp Guthrie Hanks Hardgrave Harper Harshbarger Hasegawa Herod Hill Huff Jackson Jernigan Johnsgp Klemm Ladyman Langley Lanier Lee Loe Luther Malone M. Maner V. Maner Middleton Milliken C.McClendon M.McClendon McNabb Neece Newhouse Owens Parker Patton Powell Qualls Rampy Ramsey Rider Riggs Shepherd A. Smith H. Smith Spiller Stephenson Sturgeon Tidwell Turney Tuttle Urban Walton Warren C. White J. C. White Wicker Witt Elaine Hinds Euangeliotic fiwaum -l Doyle Banta or Leader First Semester Richard Walker , or Yrerr Leader Second Semester The Evangelistic Forum is composed of those young men who are vitally interested in carrying on the work of the Church. Some are prospective elders and deacons, but the majority are preachers. At the Forum's weekly meetings guest speakers are heard and various timely subjects are discussed. - A large majority of the preachers have opportunity to speak every Lord's Day in the congregations of near-by towns. Anders Baker Bankes Barton Beaver Bonner Brennen Broom Brown Butz Carruth Cox Dacus Duffield Duncan Figueroa Findlay Finley Forgy Franklin Francis Garner Grisham Hearn Kendrick Kercheville Kirkpatrick LeFan Lowe L. McDaniel Medford Myers J.Nichols L.Nichols C.Paden E.Paden Patterson Pickup Pruett Russell Sanford Savage Scott Smith Southern Storm Swim Vandervis Wood Doyle Banta Clark W. McDaniel Roberts , J v ? f u L-9 1 OFFICERS Dorothy Urban 7, rPresident Frances Jackson oooo, or Vice-President Evelyn Cox ,o,,oo,Ao7,o ,oo, oo,. S e Cretary Dorothy Urban Representatives from the three floors of Zellner Hall compose the dormitory council. This council cooperates and works with the dormitory hostess in all functions engaged in throughout the year. The outstanding features of the fall semester were open house and a Christmas party. During the spring semester the girls of Zellner Hall were hostesses at a party honoring the girls of McDonald Hall. Parker Rogers Hinds Roberts Harvey Jackson Cox Urban Collins Glimp Burns Roberts Tabor Newkirk Zelfnefz fifauae Caunci5 .!VlcQ1anaKd .7fo.uo,e Council OFFICERS Mary Belle Maner r ,. 77, 7,A ,. ,..,A, P r esident Bernice McClellan c ,, r srVice-President Wilma Ruth Hooten or lll.,,.,ll Secretary 5 Minta Tidwell lll,llll c so llll r Reporter Mary Belle Maner Formerly the boys' dormitory, McDonald Hall has been the past nine months the temporary, war-time, residence of one hundred fifty girls. ln the past every girls' dormitory has annually organized a house council. The McDonald council was formed with the purpose of promoting friendship, cooperation, happiness, and hospitality by pleasant and whole- some relationships among the girls. The organization has functioned by frequent meetings, both business and social, at teas, breakfasts, and picnics, and has presided over seasonal parties, such as a Christmas party, snow party, and a farewell party for the Treat family. As a major project, the council has sponsored the sale of the book, I Married a Missionary by Mrs. Zelma Lawyer and has made improvements in the dormitory by adding new parlor supplies. Peters Powell Adams Bookout Pruett Mitchell Heard Molloy Vaughn Martin Tidwell Maner Hooten Draper Jones McClellan McFarland C lima 56. .72icFzafLdo, OFFICERS Bernice McClellan. . .A ,7A A, r . , , , , , , , , , 7 7 , , P r egident Wanda Lou Middleton, ,, . C C 7 Vice-President Wilma Ruth Hooten , 7 , 7 , , S ecretary-Treasurer La Vorise Lee eeeereeeee eeeeeeee Reporter M6-rrian Crowder ,eeeeereeee C Historian Bernice McClellan Mary Bess Hardgrave ssAs,, sssss C Song Leader Since 1916 the Ellen H. Richards has been an active club on the campus of Abilene Christian College. Under the supervision of Mrs. G. C. Morlan the first club was organized for the benefit of girls interested in home economics. The club strives to be of service to all, to improve individual per- sonality within the membership and to help make ACC bigger and better. Activities for the year include making graments for the Red Cross, serving banquets and dinners for various organizations, and contributing to the fund for teaching homemaking to native girls of Africa. Club sponsors are Miss Lylian Arledge and Miss Burnya Mae Moore. Allen Bledsoe Butlar Byrd Campbell Cox Crowder Dunagan Frazier Guthrie Har-dgrave Harper Herod Hinds Lanier Lee Luther McDaniel Maner Martin Massey Middleton Nelson Newkirk Petty Powell Qualls Rose Shepherd A. Smith H. Smith Starnes Walker Woodard flat CE Anderson Baker Baucorn Crowder Davis Hays Lee McClellan McC1endon Massey Middleton Morris Patteson Petty Shepherd Sherrod Welch West Whatley OFFICERS Anne Ramsey 7s,, ,S ss,s , ss,s President Merrian Crowder Vice-President Nelda Jean Patteson as ee,s s,ss , Secretary LaVorice Lee sssssss ssss C Reporter Mary Eula Sears essss r C , ssss as C r r Sponsor The Art Club is an organization of those interested in art. Its purpose is to develop talent and to create a better art appreciation. We feel that an appreciation of art makes everyday life more interesting. A R C C nne amsey lil-'giulo Secctet Roberson Smith McKinney Clark Hill Rambo V 'wifdcat .73'and - OFFICERS Gene Allen Scruggs G, ee,e,e7e President Dub Crain eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeee V ice-President Jewell Cristine White el7l,l7e , e,e7e,ee7e so erBusiness Manager Don Williams llll B ., High School Representative Gene Allen Scruggs The Wildcat Band was affected as every other organization thispyear, but in spite of its size, the band had the best balanced sections of any in recent years. The activities for the year included concerts, radio programs and parades. There were also fall and spring socials. Crabtree Crain Gilliland Brown Pennington Scruggs Williams Lastos Franklin Webb Conway Middleton White Petty Walton Brown Rogers Ivy Huff Chennault Garrett McCollum Smith Chapel Patteson Baker Morris Barnett Carter Milliken Tidwell Norman Williams North Morlan Barkeley Garrett Taylor Crain G Cappeffa OFFICERS Wendell Brooms . .. . 7 . President Bill Decker . 7e,e7e . ...Vice-President Betty Gray McKinney .. ,eee Secretary Wendell Broom Despite Wartime conditions, the forty mixed Voices of the A Cappella Chorus blended on many occasions to provide entertainment and inspiration for varied audiences. Highlights of the appearances were the State-Wide Homecoming Broadcast, Spring and Fall Concerts, Lectureship Concert, and the Twilight Sacred Concert the last Week of school. Our off-the- campus appearances included local U.S.O.s and Civic Clubs. Pauline Witt, our accompanist, and Floyd Dunn, our soloist, played a prominent part in the enjoyable and profitable functions of the year. Lanier Record Holt Clement Adams Anders Sikes Broom Patterson Yowell Smith Hunter Reed Rice Morlan Qualls Adar Medford Duncan Kirkpatrick Molloy Spiller Billingsley Hooten Corder Welch Page Figueroa Decker Priestley Lowder Hebbard Williams Roberson Smith Clark McKinney Hill Rambo Weatherford Burford Qwheotma . The third year of the orchestra has been a very successful one with the addition of more instruments and a wider program. Various programs in chapel, for visitors during Lecture Week, at Camp Barkeley, and for the Rotary Club have been the chief activities of this year. Pauline Witt was the student assistant conductor. Taylor Rance Baker Spiller Walton Crain Williams Brown Crabtree Norman Baker Patteson Morlan Roberts White Barnett Huff Petty McCollum Milliken Franklin Chennault Witt Adams Ivy Rogers Smith Hinds ClKpFza .Tau Bam5da Ben Lowe ., Henry Forgy R. A. Smith Ann Burns Edith Riggs Jo Nell Rider OFFICERS . . .. President . lst Vice-President .. e,e, 2nd Vice-President . . eee,e7e Secretary ' .. . ,,,,,,,e,,77,7 Treasurer Ben Lowe .. . . Publicity Agent Alpha Tau Lambda fassociation, truth, and loyaltyb was organized early in 1944 as a literary organization to satisfy the growing needs for scholarship, open-mindedness, and reflective thinking, proposing to fulfill these demands through the encouragement of debate, free discussion, open forum, literary composition, interest in current development, and through Christian association. Max Leach, Executive Secretary of the Ex-Students Association, was selected as the first sponsor. A Board of Trustees was appointed by the president which is to approve annually the activities of the organization and will consist of charter members as long as there are such. Those appointed are: Robert D. Bankes, Henry Forgy, W. B. Barton, Ben Adams, Marshall Butz, Dorothy Urban, Dewey Pruett, Jo Nell Rider, R. A. Smith, and Roy Deavers, Chairman. Barton Graham Adams Walker Bankes Finley Shepherd Smith Lowe Forgy Powell Rider Urban Riggs Burns Jackson Hinds -...1-.-Campuo Scwice Qwganization--: Cox Rogers Patteson Leadership Leadership Art Morlan Loe Rambo Morris Journalism Science Music Art White McKinney Luck Dramatics Music Journalism Rider Powell Witt Dramatics Journalism Music Martin Ramsey Williams Journalism Art Music Gardner Roberson Clark Jackson P.E. Music Music Leadership Crowder Hinds Waid McClel1en Art Home Ec. Dramatics Home Ec. Hill Urban Collier Music Leadership Dramatics OFFICERS Jean Martin ss.,ssssssssss. President Pauline Witt sss. Vice-President Anne RamseyT,.Sec-Treasurer Louise Pepper ssssssss Corres-Sec. Ruth Williams ssss ,P. Chairman Mrs. Luther Robertsi .Sponsor Jean Martin The Campus Service Organ- ization was begun in 1943 as an organization dedicated wholly to the purpose of serving A.C. C. and to rewarding service rendered BEYOND THE LINE OF DUTY in one of the several realms of art, science, and leadership. The organization was chartered in memory of Elizabeth Nelson, who served Abilene Christian College for many years. In September, eleven scul- lions were announced and af- ter six weeks of probationary service to the college were ini- tiated into the group and pre- sented with the official white service jacket of the organiza- tion bearing the royal blue CSO emblem. Eleven more scullions were introduced in February. Science BELLE OFFICERS R. A. Smith .iiii . .President Floyd Dunn. . .... B ...... Vice-President Louise Pepper, ..... . Secretary-Treasurer Elaine Hinds c i,ii,ii c ,iiii,ii, ,. . ...Reporter Paul C. Witt.. ..... . , ....Sponsor - The Science Club purposes through association and discussion to further interest in the natural sciences. Anderson Banta Bennett Bledsoe Brooks Duncan Dunn Hiler E. Hinds G. Hinds McClendon McDaniel McGee Mclnroe Middleton Pepper Petty Scruggs Sheppard Shipp Sikes Smith Wells Ynoyvell l av x X x NP X .K A A Scruggs Byars lgown Gilliland Behrens Bond Dacus Shipp Chenault Paden Belcher Spon .93aA.fietliafK Squad In spite of wartime restrictions on travel and a shortage of manpower Abilene Christian College turned out a fast, hard-hitting basketball team. Coached by Dr. G. L. Belcher, the team consisting of Paul Bond, Richard Dacus, Bill Brown, Dub Behrens, Dean Byars, Gene Allen Scruggs, Mac LeFan, Bill Gilliland, Cline Paden, Stanley Shipp, and Ernest Finley won several games, even doped to be the underdogs. lt is to be understood that the team this year was unofficial. It was decided that no letters be given. There was no competition of a conference nature, since the team played no out of town teams. Opposition was sup- plied by local talent from teams made up of men from Camp Barkeley and the Abilene Army Air Base chiefly. The team entered the city basketball tournament held at Abilene High School. Paul Bond placed on the first team, the only civilian to receive that honor. f, Top scoring honors for the season go to Paul Bond with 75 points. Richard Dacus and Bill Brown followed up with 62 and 58 points respec- tively. Bond and Dacus are the only returning lettermen from last year. Congratulations are in order also for every other member of the team for games well played. The fans who turned out to watch the games deserve no little credit for their display of that indominable Wildcat spirit. .93aA.ket5aKZ Following is an account of the games played this season: A. C. C. 31 11th Regiment Officers A. C. C. 43 66th Army Infantry A. C. C. 35 57th Battalion A. C. C. 42 Army Independent A. C. C. 28 M. P. T. C. A. C. C. 34 Abilene Air Base A. C. C. 32 248th Station Hospital A. C. C. 39 Model Cleaners A. C. C. 34 248th Station Hospital A-C J. E. Smith, USAAF: A-C Edward Templeton, USNRAF: Lt. Horace Templeton USAAF: Lt. William R. Hay. USAAF: Pfc. Lea Short. WAC: Capt. Edwin D. Martin USAAF. A-S Bert Brewer, USNR, James R. Burnet, CSp. USN: Sgt. Bobby James USAQF: Lt. Chubby James, USAAF: Mid'n. Royal James, USNR: Pvt. Red Qualls USM R. Salutes from A. C. C. exes at K. S. T. C.: Leo Huddleston, Harold Fletcher, John Clardy, Vincent May, A. C. Greene, Lewis Cox, Bert Brewer, Jack Jordan: Corp. John Murphey, USMCR: Same song. second verse: Pvt. Dwane Capps, USA., Corp. Iiajzl Slleypgl. USA: Wild Hoss Hay: Pvt. Neville Owens, USA: Lt. Guy Evans. USAAF: V-12 READYI: Here's lookin' at you! The Soph's' eat: We're getting hungrier all the time: Sleepy-time gals: Decorative .ash-can-and Joe: We don't get it: That's Superman-employed by the Navy: Eeeeek! A deer! Ouch! as :Q ,gli aug 4: '18 f E' 5 if x ,, Y ' N 'f so i W, K vN.y f! 1 gy, ag ,V ,:.q Q59 . , 'E . Affqf' s , s , . .6 - N , ,.,i, t Ev V i 5 . . . ., W F z 3 -4 , -we E fm, There has to be a snowman: Musician on the loose: What's that gun for, Norma Jean?: Relatives---?: Mischief makers: Yes--what were you saying?: Nelda Jean and R. L.: Must be the Prexie: Little Red Riding Hood. 5 255 Cadettegt J. 5 OFFICERS Jean Martin llocoo C lllllllll llllll L rrrrrrrrrllll General Evelyn Cox eeee eeeeee Lieutenant General Doris Roberts eee, e,ee, , L e,eeeee.. ,lMajor General Sue Hardegree eeeee. L aaaaa Brigadier General Nelda Jean Pattesonl , , ,e,,ee , ee,ea.a Colonel Ruth Rogers L ooooo Lieutenant Colonel Sherley Shepard rrrrr,orroroorr L a,rrrrror rrar Major L Edna McClellan orrro ooooo, rrrrrr L , . irrrrr Captain . , Judy Hill ,L rr.rrlrlrlrlrro ooloo,o . rlr,loa..rlr L ieutenant Jean Martin Margaret Walton oo,l rl,,ll,ll,ll,oY , rr,ll,..l, L ieutenant Miss Norene Watson, .tta Commander-in-Chief Jayne Kercheville a,ta rrrrlrrorr Brigadier General, Retired '4Tl33,11Q,Sj,QLI13i3,lLhiDg about a-soldier that, is- fineq, fmg, fine!" With this in mind, for the past nine years the Cadettes have-beeif striving to uphold the purpose for which they were organized: to promote a feeling of care- free happiness tempered With the spirit of duty and service. Fall activities included the presentation of two fall pledges and the reunion of ex-Cadettes held November 21 at the Hickory Grill. Spring maneuvers began on January 31 when seven privates were formally introduced in a presentation which carried out the theme of the 4th War Bond Drive. February l9, the Cadettes presented the second service flag with 650 blue stars and nine gold stars to President Morris and the student body. The year's activities were climaxed by a week-end trip and a banquet. Roberts Hardegree Shepard Cox Hill Martin Walton Patteson Rogers Davis Holliday Oliver Allen Chenault Sherrod Petty X .7fa-ja-.7fcu OFFICERS Frances Jackson C President Puny Rawlinson rr Vice-President Lola Sue Clark C r r or r r Secretary Patsy Powell or Reporter J. C. White .oooo , , r e,ooo Sergeant-at-Arms Mrs. D. W. Crain e,ooee ooeooe r 7 ooeoeooleoo Sponsor Frances Jackson For twenty-three years the purpose of Ko-Jo-Kai has been to stimulate social activity, create a closer feeling of loyalty and friendship to the school, and develop a bond of love and fellowship among its members. Membership, based on personality, high ideals, moral character, and ability to adjust to the college environment, is limited to twenty. This year, under the sponsorship of Mrs. D. W. Crain, the outstanding fall activities were the presentation of two fall pledges and a dinner held in November. Spring activities were the formal presentation of seven spring pledges, a dinner in February, a picnic at State Park in March, and climaxing the year was the annual spring banquet for members and their guests. White Rawlinson Jackson Clark Newkirk Luck Powell Morris Roberson Thrash Smith Burns Welch Riggs Rampy Tabor Pat Loe r r' Q. a. J,. a. I OFFICERS Pat Loe r 7 , A President, lst Semester Maxine Brown ,r,r, President, 2nd Semester Maxine Browns rrr,r, V-President, lst Semester Ruth Rambo r rrr,r, V-President, 2nd Semester i Shirley Gardner ,rrrrrr,rrrrrrrr Secretary-Treasurer Betty Grey McKinney rrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrr d r,rrrr .Reporter Mrs. Margaret Reeves rrrrrrr ,,.. ..,.. S p onsor The G.A.T.A.'s have completed their twenty-fourth successful 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, leadership, initiative, and interested in making the memories of college days more p asant. Fall activities included a use party at Anson and announcement of five fall pledges. Spring activities incl d he formal presentation of eight pledges, the presentation of a su ri spring pledge, Dorothy Jim Harvey, and an all-day picnic. The 1 of the activities was the spring banquet for twenty-two members scorts. 1 s N g an 0 Williams obb Whatley McLeod Naugher Jones Kinna 1 Meggs Henry Smith Raines West McKinne Collins Brown Loe Gardner Rambo X ?AYX?agLQImr Ylelta .Theta I W OFFICERS , Doris Masseyr, C, 7,, , President y aging HQ 5 Ollie Dean Cox is e Vice-President . Fredda Derryberry . as ssss Secretary La Vorise Lee, . 7 7 . , . . Reporter ' Merrian Crowder e orrrrror so Sergeant-at-Arms Doris Massey Delta Theta evolved from a former club which had its beginning in 1925. The purpose of the club is to bring about a greater understanding between girls living on the campus and in town. Greek symbols signifying Delta Theta constitute the white emblem worn on black sweaters, carrying out the traditional colors of black and white. The club flower is the gardenia. Social functions of the first semester included a tea introducing the new name of the club. Activities for the second semester included the formal presentation of five pledges, picnic, houseparty, and a formal banquet. Miss Harriette Rogers is sponsor of the group. Lee Rogers Priestley Crowder Massey Cox ' yberry Walker My Ballard Lusk Dowd Arthur Hunter ,gf-111 Z YV vi V ,QQVAQ JLVQACQ lf Sufi fl-16 OFFICERS Larry Bonner , , .. . .... Skipper -Sub Jimmie McKinney. ,irii .First Mate K Paul Bond. . iiiiiiiiriiii iiiiiiri S econd Mate I-a1'1'Y BOHHGI' Cline Paden . , a..Quartermaster Braving manpower shortages and stormy seas the good ship Tuscarora, she of the thirteen decks and a straw bottom, set sail on the uncharted reefs of 1944 with only three old crew members aboard. With the majority of its crew in the armed forces, a hasty retreat was made to Gunkins Cove where gobs who showed promise of becoming sea-worthy were brought aboard. After the crew had been strengthened by the new gobs, the submarine hoisted anchor for ad- ventureous voyages into other seas. The voyages included escapades in which gobs became tars by sea rituals, a Serenade to the rnermaids of Zellner and McDonald Halls, and our annual fall and spring socials. First Mate Jimmie McKinney set sail for other seas the last semseter, but the crew was rein- forced with the addition of a new gob, Cotton Henderson. Back Bond Byars Hinds McKinney Paden Sikes Yowell .Thi limega Cfzi 1 9 OFFICERS James LeFan . . .President Dub Behrens T ..... Vice-President Mac LeFan ...... . .Secretary Dub Crain 1 . ............... Treasurer Bill Croom eeerreeeeer . errerrr Pledge Master - Bill Gilliland . . . er,,ii Sergeant-at-Arms James LeFan Mr. D. W. Crain , ..ri .. Sponsor Phi Omega Chi, social organization, was organized in 1938. Democracy, fellowship, character, and scholarship were set forth by the charter members as their ideals for a worthy fraternity. Throughout its six years the club has tried to uphold these ideals. The outstanding act of service accomplished by Phi Omega Chi is the P. O. C. Loan Fund, established in 1941 to aid worthy students to attend A. C. C., and this fund is increased yearly. Also, close contact with former members is kept through the Phi Omega Chi bulletin, which is published every six weeks. Two pledge chapters were added during 1943-1944. Social events included fall and spring presentation dinners, and two stag steak fries. Phil Kendrick was presented on March 1, as the third spring pledge. Croom Crain Gilliland Crain, Sponsor M. LeFan Manly Behrens J. LeFan Bourland Chenault OFFICERS Robert lshiguro lst Semester President Dave Hearn 2nd Semester President Morris Herring 7 7 Vice-President if fixatefa Sadaeio Michio Nagai 7 Sergeant-at-Arms Robert Ishiguro Electing Mildred Rampy, freshman from Washington, D. C., as the club sweetheart. the Frater Sodalis, ments social club, began their first year in Abilene Christian College with Dr. G. L. Belcher as sponsor. Fifteen charter members began the club, which is the Beta chapter of the original Frater Sodalis club in George Pepperdine College of Los Angeles, California. The main social event of the year was a formal banquet held November 6 at the Hickory Grill. The crest, of blue and gold, is a shield with a background of crossed swords. Sweaters bearing these emblems were ordered the first part of the second semester. Not pictured are Neal McLesky. Arnold Shaver. and the spring pledge, Jack Duncan. Pickup Vincent Allen Duncan Decker Anders Rives Hearn Belcher, Sponsor Page Lawson Ishiguro Herring Nafxai IP I Shorty Lawson ,,777 Reporter Neal McLesky 7 Secretary-Treasurer . r 1 J Page and Pick-up: Ish and Mich: A heat-stroke: Neal was a fool for punishment: Sponsor for Prater Sodalis-Prof. Belcher: "L" as in Lawson or Lipscomb: The lives of the campus: Now isn't that sweet? Of course you can only see one side of the table. a 3 1 1 ,A Ne 3 s .X 5 No. 2 beauty: An ideal private: Chins upl: Silhouette: On parade in the person of Holliday: Exes Lt. Slingerland and Powell: Get the medal ready. boys: A private who cooperates with the Air Corps: Lazy soldiers: Lt. Hill out of uniform: Another one of the 6 toppers: Lt. Walton keeping a look-out on the privates: Queen of the beauties: Four-star 1944 General Jean Martin and the former Halcyon Stagner, beauty queen of fish. '45. n Kojie line-up: Prexy Jackson: Hi.. up there: Alma: Pyramid: Vice-prexy Puny: Com- ing down this time: Patsy: Now who is making up for the extra one?: Jackie: Maybe it's an airplane: Dot: Now where's a p1edge?: Lola Sue: Ladies of ihe lake. 4' W. affCm2'! as WWW ' Now that's their idea of funlz On the fire escape: Gata sunshine: Happy foursome It's Sunday afternoon, I bet: Mrs. J. D. Cone: on the left: Ummmmmmm: It's O. k., Billy. go ahead: Any resemblance between this and the W. P. A. is purely coinci- dental. 'E N , Q Caps n' sweaters: Patriotic ladies: Friendship, friendship:'You can't fool me-it's campusology they're studying: all members and pledges love each other that way: I'm interested in who's in the car: Careful there--it's dangerous: Why wait fer the bus when you can do this?: Happy with no MAIL: Ivirs. Wells on the right. 4 X i as i 5 3 2 , -::-. s. :::::::::"" A ' y ,-I"' 'erm-:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:WHQ::2.::-2:22:23f. ' " ' ' ' "' ' ,, X 1 -:- Aw we tag 3 ' ..A:,g:gs5aga5a:a:a s:sga, rye., ,gs . , vxwfgg Now they only do married people that way, Jodiel: Twilight and dusk: A wall does help when you're hysterical: A promising couple--Richard and Elaine to you: Miss Davis, "Wi1l you teach me to play tennis?" Interesting: .Tones and Crain in review: A four-leaf clover: It's a habit of Margaret's. Busy Seniors can always take time out to eat: Wish I were going home: Yes sir right on the bench: Do you use Ipana?: Gee. we had fun: Bluebonnet Belles: Secre iary to the bursar-Ann to you: Better view of the fish. Surrealism. alias picnic: backhand eating: Cricket and the cow: Marilyn and Jodie never stopped laughing: Hefty McLellan: Stripes: Those radishes tasted good at that Home Ec dinner: What next. Miss Arledge: Before you is an A-1 matron! , I aww Q Smile please. Jackie: "No letter today": Roommate Billy and Jean: All dressed up. Bro. Van: Rowena on the look-out: Stanley QFine, how are you?J Shipp: Margaret and June fand we can prove itl: Now wou1dn't you know they are from the acad- emy?: Bill 'n Billy. Oh happy day when the navy comes home!: What else but the C. S O.?: Why isn't that girl on the sidewalklz "Smile awhile--": Prexy and two females: Now thats o. k. in anybody's language: On the spot B. J.: Draw the curtainsl: Come out in the light, Betty Gray: Kojies:C.-S.-O.: Now how did that member get in there with the scu11ions?: Can we get in on the joke?: Typical poses of owners. The Air Corp's got her: Glamourlz Ish: Always together: Pretty picture: Linny Marian. and Elizabeth: Purrrrr: Bobbie Cleo. F-Anfnsauxrwvw-F,Y if vi, .,,A,x s 1, , 'Q '-QiIsg:ge, ' 321 ' ' : N , M if M Q r ::---,-::.. -'1"4 ' :"' 4 Ji , . ...al The pursued: Snow melts in your hand: "Fall down, Marcia?" 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E Hbilene Christian College It glIllIIIllllIIIIllIllllIllllIllIllIllIIIIllIlIllllllllIllllIllIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIT JIIIIIlllllIIIlllIlllllllllllllIllllIlIIIIIllllIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIlIIIIIIIIllllllllllillllIIIllIlIIIIlIlllllllllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIlIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU E Best Mshes to the Graduates of 1944 The Known, read' and loved Gospel Advocate by my " g BOOKS 2 BIBLES 2 LITERATURE .. tit E CHURCH - and I BIBLE E SCHOOL E SUPPLIES .T K- E Send for our general cata- E log and get first hand the E extra low postpaid prices on E the best in religious publi- E cations and merchandise. Consider These Facts THE GOSPEL ADVOCATE is a twenty- four page religious periodical, published weekly-fifty-two issues, or over 1,200 pages, each year. It is the oldest paper in the brotherhood- established in 1855-and has not changed from its original purpose of proclaiming the truth and opposing error. Printed on high quality paper, in clear, readable type and magazine form, care- fully edited and proofread. Filled with scriptural, spiritual materials-- articles of merit, Bible study helps-by outstanding writers, complete coverage of news and activities of individuals and congregations throughout the nation. Serving one of the largest reading circles in America - thousands upon thousands of eager readers-and rendering a worth- while service always. Loyal to its purpose, steadfast in policy, faithful in teaching, and ever nonprofit- able-a deficit appears each year, which is made up from other sources of income. Compare the GOSPEL ADVOCATE with any like magazine-consider the size, the frequency of publication, the quality of content, the records of service, and the subscription price-you will then see the value and the economy of the GOSPEL ADVOCATE. Remember, over 1,200 pages annually. And Think of This Only 32.00 a year, single subscriptions. 31.50 each in clubs of five or more sent in at the same time. For Canada and foreign, add 50 cents to each subscription, single or club. Where can you get over 1,200 pages of Current religious material at such a reasonable rate? In bundles of 10 or more. 2Vz cents a copy, prepaid. Gospel Advocate Company NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE EllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIllIIllIIIIllIlIIIllIIIIIIllIlIllIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIlIllIllIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll Insurance 2 JlllIllllIllIlllllllIllIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE EIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE 5 Two of Ab11ene'S Best sm.. 5 3 Margo s Beautlful Shoes 5 2 Francis 5 FTTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIlllllIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE E E QIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE Food Stores 2:1 5:21:15 szsoressa 2 E E Wed! 724:64 Gampmy E E 'A' I' 'A' E E 731 B it 1 ABILENE' TEXAST 1 11 8545 T E E E u ernu eep one E 2 E 3IlIIlIIIIIIlIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE E Frozen Food Lockers E gllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE Hot Donuts E The Complete Food Stores E E Lillian Morrison Mnsic Shop E E Modern Markets E E Ph 3735 "Music of All Publxsheigg N 2 d St E 5 E E one . n . 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