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D ollege of To1fn01f1f0w ! x B 3 v Qollogo of Tomorrow ,X EDGAR A. HERRING Editor J. C. TOWNSEND Business Manager RHETTA SCOTT GARRETT Adviser Prickly Pear Published By The Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred Forty-Seven of ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Abilene. Texas Volume No. XXXII Qevlicoatiom We love you for your gentleness and dignity-for your ability to see and give to others the beautiful things in lifeg Because of your self-sacrifice and the giving of your time and efforts in building a treasured book of memories for the students of Abilene Christian College, - It is to you-as a simple "Thank You"-that we dedicate the Prickly Pear of nineteen hundred forty-seven. iv" S, .ii :,:, ,,,. lg 5 iif iiiis Wim. Rhetta Sm g0Hf1fQH C . fl. Jennings Two loyal friends who served an aggregate of more than thirty years as members of the Abilene Christian College Board of Trustees passed away during the school year 1946-'47, They were G. L. Jennings of Abilene, Vice- President of the Board, and Wade Jones of Childress. Wade jones Both gave unseltishly of their time and money to Abilene Christian College because of their love for its Christian ideals and their desire to serve human- ity and the church. The Prickly Pear staff dedicates these pages in memory of these two Wonderfully good men and in recognition of the part which they have had in the building of our school. I Wlowfga at Q0 Margaretis life was rich with all the things that make a life beautiful. She was a friend to everyone and an enemy to no-one. Everyone admired and respected her for being a true friend, a scholarly student and above all, a Christian Woman who was a Christian in the strictest sense of the Word. One of her many friends has said, "The memory of lVlargaret's life is like a beautiful picture which one delights to hang in his hall of memories. Such a memory delights the soul of the living because of the glory of Christ which it reflects." IQOIPMPOIWOI For thirty-one years the Prickly Pear has recorded in a pictorial manner the student life of Abilene Christian College. The staff of 1946-y47 has continued to serve the students to the best of its ability in building a treasured book of memories. In so doing We give to you a key with which you may unlock your storehouse of memories and find many happy moments in recollection of the time when you were a part of Abilene Christian College. 'fyiymzi xwmv ra-..w.w...,f Q ff? A A A,,, 1 mf' Em , 'are - ' ., , ,V 3 ,Y if : bf' " is wmv? wmwgws.-'Q ,A 5 E .WK 3593 Wigifffi? Qu i. 5 9, 3 1 I -P I 1'..' -j 1 ::- I , .,A. -A2.u 5 2 ,. ,,.,. ,, . wr X ' Q 1 ' is x Winter Wears a snowy beard, but hearts are young." r f EUHR Hull 571 Wlcqlomozld Hall "Earth's noblest thmg A woman perfected Those who enter 1tS portals leave Wlth greater knowledge Sczemce lgmldmg Qhvzmlymf Hall '4Study as if you were to live forever Live as if you were to die tomorrow! ,Tis education forms the common mind, Just as the twig is bent the tree's inclined." Education Building L an 53 f "" ' . Q4 3 'fa Sa: 7 42 eww 9 jyumozsiu 1-on 1'For when the One Great Scorer comes To Write against your narne, He marks-not that you won or lost- But how you played the game." 1. New Girls Dormitory 4. Veteran Dormitories 2. Trailer City 5. Julia Hall 3. Hutments 6. Studcnfs Exchange 6? Ulmimishfoztion By 1ove serve one another." lgomml of Trustees B. Sherrod, Lubbock ..VV ...ff7 Hollis L. Manly, Abilene bbbb,b- L. P. Bennett, Abilene .------ R. G. Meggs, Dallas Crutcher Scott, Abilene eeev..e .. S. N. Allen LLLLLLL .. S. A. Bacon ..... Omar Burleson ............ Dr. Chester Callan ....... Abilene Tuscola Anson Rotan J. Q. Carter ...... ....... ..... A b ilene J. B. Collins W ef'.VV W Big Spring R. L. C0Oner' .....,...... ............ A ustin G. W. COX W .... .... .............. ..... C a n yon Judge Allen D. Dabney .... Eastland Clyde Echols f .... ...... . Abilene Dr. Joe B. Foster ........... ......... H ouston William Gunn ......... ....... A rnarillo J. D. Hall -'.f--eeV - --,ee--e Tyler President Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer W. F. Hejl E. S. Lee aaeeae e eaae e J. B. McGinty .rrrr J. E. Manly rrfrfrr Robert Miller W George Pepper ......... R. M. Pyeatt ..V..V.. ee J. H. Richards W H Otto Sosebee ........ Midland Spur Terrell Abilene Ozona . Roscoe Clyde Fort Worth Anson C. A. Wade B Sweetwater J, W, Watson ..... ----,,ff C OlOI'aCl0 City Dr. Stanley Whitacre ----ff' --e----' S HH ADt0HiO x Q xx, owzw QM s fagigfx 5 ::+ .: 'si'-525.3 M2 . if 'A- LAWRENCE L. SMITH Bursar WALTER H. ADAMS Dean Www W. B. SMITH Vice-President wmiifw MRS. CLARA BISHOP Registrar R. C. BELL, M. A.. LL.D. Professor of Bible W. EARL BROWN. M. A. Professor of Social Science and Head of the Department JAMES F. COX, M. A. Professor of Bible and Education JAMES E. FREEMAN. M. A. Professor of Business Administration and Head of the Department GROVER C. MORLAN, Ph.D. Professor of Elementary Education and Head of the Department MARCUS E. MULLINGS, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics and Head of the Department CHARLES H. ROBERSON. M.A.. LL.D. Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages and Head of the Departme HOWARD L. SCHUG. Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages and Head of the Department JEWELL WATSON, M. A. Professor of English and Head of the Department PAUL C. WITT, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department of Natural Science nt 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 FRED J. BARTON, M. A. Associate Professor of Speech and Head of the Department 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 DEWEY DAVIS, M. A. Associate Professor of Agriculture 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 J. W. TREAT, M. A. Associate Professor of Spanish MRS. DEWEY DAVIS. B. A.. B. F. A Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory ORVAL FILBECK. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Education JESSE W. FOX, M. A. Dean of Men QFirst sernesterj Assistant Professor of Chemistry REX KYKER, M. A. Assistant Professor of Speech HAVEN MILLER, M. A. Assistant Professor of English BURNYA MAE MOORE, M. A. Assistant Professor of Home Economics HARRY PAYNE, M. A. Assistant Professor of Social Science LUTHER ROBERTS. B. S. Assistant Professor of Bible A WILLIAM C. SIKES. M. A. Assistant Professor of Science and Mathematics .IUANITA TITTLE, B. A. Assistant Professor of Art GARVIN BEAUCHAMP, B. S. Tennis Coach Instructor in Physical Education R. T. CLARK. JR.. M. S. Instructor of Natural Science ARTHUR M. COLEMAN. B. A. Football and Track Coach instructor in Physical Education MARTON CRASS. B. A. Instructor in Bible and Greek BILL W. DAVIS, B. M. Band Director Instructor of Music MRS. MARY HELEN FLETCHER, B. A Instructor in Music HELEN FLOYD, M. M. Instructor in Music MRS. JESSE W. Fox, M. A. Instructor in English LEROY FRY, B. S. Instructor in Agriculture WILMER E. HEBBARD. B. S. Instructor in Business Administration MORRIS HOWARD. B. A. Dean of Men fSecond Semesterj Instructor in Social Science OLIVER JACKSON, B. S. Assistant Football Coach Instructor in Physical Education MRS. JOHN R. JORDAN, B. S. Instructor in Physical Education MRS. REX KYKER, B. A. Instructor in Speech ZELMA LAWYER. M. A. Instructor in English MAX LEACH, M. A. Director of Public Relations BERNICE MCCLELLAN. B. S. Instructor in Home Economics MRS. JACK MCPHERSON, B. A. Instructor in Foreign Language A. B. MORRIS. B. S. Director of Athletics and Basketball Coach Instructor in Physical Education RUTH RAMBO, B. S. Instructor in Business Administration J. W. ROBERTS, B. A.. M. A. Instructor in Bible MRS. LUTHER ROBERTS, B. A. Dean of Women Instructor in English GUY SCRUGGS. M. A. Baseball Coach and Instructor in Physical Education EUGENE TENNEY, B. S. Instructor in Physical Education THOMAS WARREN. B. S. Instructor in Mathematics NORMAN WHITEFIELD, B. A. Instructor in Art MRS. JAMES WILKISON, B. A. Instructor in English MAETTA WILLIAMS. B. S. Instructor in Business Administration ROY WILLINGHAM, B. S. Instructor in Science WOODROW WILSON, B. D. Instructor in Bible MARGUERITE ANDERSON, B. A., B. L. S Librarian KATHYRN HAMRICK, B. A.. B.L.S. Assistant Librarian JEWEL DEAN ARMS, B. A. Secretary to the Dean ANN CROOM, B. S. Assistant Bursar FLORENCE LUTHER, B. S. Assistant Registrar MRS. JUNE SMITH, B. S. Secretary to the Fiscal Agent JERRY WARREN. B. S. Secretary to the Fiscal Agent MRS. ORA McFARLAND Hostess of McDonald Hall MRS. W. C. SIKES Hostess of Zellner Hall ERNEST D. SHELTON, M. S. Superintendent of Demonstration School BESS BELL, B. A. Supervisor in the Elementary School MERRIAN CROWDER, B. A. Supervisor in the Elementary School MRS. FRANK H. ETTER. B. A. Librarian in the Demonstration School MRS. CHARLES FLOYD. B. A. Supervisor in Music MRS. PENN GILBRETH, B. A. Supervisor in the Elementary School MRS. GORMAN KENLEY. B. S. Supervisor in the Elementary School DAVID KENNAMER, B. A. Supervisor in the High School MRS. J. C. HEJL. B. A. Instructor in Music WANDA MCLAUGHLIN, B. A. Supervisor in the High School ZELMA ODLE. B. A. Supervisor in Elementary School MRS. EUGENE PERRY, B. S. Supervisor in the Elementary School MRS. FRED SMITH, B. A. Supervisor in High School ROBERT ALEXANDER Director of Expansion Program MRS. BERTIE CUMMINS Dietitian MRS. JOHN GILES Secretary to Expansion Director MRS. GENE HICKS. B. S. Instructor in Science IRVIN D. HILER, B. A. Director of ACC Press R. C. KINDIG, B. M. Instructor in Music B. D. McKINNEY Maintenance Manager tudemts "Life is full of things to be ac complished, which. when done would revolutionize man's en vironment."' Lawrence, Rampy, Rhodes, McDonald, Currey, Hanks. President rreeee Orville McDonald Athletic Representative f--- Jake Mullins Vice President erreee Y John Saunders Yell Leader 7 eerrf rreee P P Jonny Rhodes Secretary eerrre Vreee eeer e,VV L L L Kitty Hanks Forensic Manager is B1ll Fam Press Representative is aaaare Mildred Rampy Senior President eeeeee Jack Currey Honorary Junior Representative 7 A Margaret Cox Junior President eeeer eerra C hris Clark Speaker of the House P A-ee . -eeaa ee ef Jack Lawrence Sophomore President Y P Mick Mason Athletic Representative .-ee..,e--,,,-ee-- ,--ee Bert Brewer Freshman President P Yeee Perry Barnes Student Qomncil With Orville McDonald as President, the Student Council of 1946-'47 began its yearls activities by sponsoring a Umeet the bus and train commit- tee" to welcome old and new students. The annual activities were held which included the Freshman Jamboree and All-College Night. The writing and adopting of a new constitution was the main event of the year. This new constitution, ratified by a student vote with a 28 to 1 ratio, provided for a House of Representatives with 24 members including the Speaker of the House. lt further provided for the right of recall and referendum. Honoring the football team and coaches, the Council was host at the an- nual football banquet held in Hotel Windsor at which Byron Nelson was the guest speaker. Other activities included two all-school picnics, amateur shows, and All-Students Day. The appearance of Governor Beauford Jester was scheduled in the Council's calendar of coming events. OFFICERS Jack Currey - A ------ V V ---,- -V . President Gladstone McLennan ereere eeeeeeee V ice-President Marie Chenault eeee..,eeeeef .-.-eeeeA-VeeV- S ecretary 4'School days-school days" are about over for the Seniors, but will never be forgotten. Such hidden memories of joy experienced in the per- formances of the leading variety show-the Senior trip to Lake Cisco-the J unior-Senior Banquet, and the softball game of the undergraduates versus faculty suggest a special year for Abilene Christian College Seniors. After a four year period of Work, study, and play, our reward will be granted, with mortarboards and sheep-skins just around the corner. Qlassof Nineteen und Q01 filo ty-Seven IRA ADAMS College Grove, Tenn. B. A. English Transfer from George Peabody, East of Mississippi, '45-'46, '46-'47, Gavel Club, '45-'46. EMALENE ALEXANDER Abi'ene. Texas 1526 Washington Blvd. B. S. Chemistry Transfer from Harding, A Cap- pella, '45-746, '46-'47, Music Club, '46-l47g Science Club, '45-'46, '46-,47. HELEN ANDERSON Grandfalls, Texas Box 476 B. S. Physical Education MARY JANE ARLEDGE Sweetwater, Texas 605 Josephine St. B. S. Chemistry Alpha Chi, '46-'47g "W" Club, Corresponding Secretary, '46-'47, Science Club, Sec., '45-'46, Hon- orary Scientific Society, '46-'47. JOE THOMAS ATOR Lipan, Texas Route 1 B. S. Physics Transfer from John Tarleton Col- lege, University of Southern Cali- fornia, University of Texas, Evan- gelistic Forum. ORAN BACK McLean. Texas 'B. S. Business Administration Trojan Club. BETTY BARNETT Spur. Texas Box 743 B. A. English Girls Training Class, Band, '43- '44, Secretary, '45-'46, '46-'47, Or- chestra, '43-,44, '44-'45, '45-'46, C.S.O., '46-'47g "W" Club, '47, Pickwickians, 44-45. MAC BARTEE Victoria, Texas 1009 N. DeLeon B. A. Bible Melpomeneans, '44-'45, A. T. L., ,44-'45, A Cappella, '44-'45, '45-'46, Vice-Pres., '46-'47, Male Quartet, '46-'47, Band, '44-'45, '45-'46, Jun- ior Class Pres., y45-'46, Favorite, '45-,465 Gavel Club, Parliamen- tarian, '44-,455 Mission Study, MA" Club, '45-'46, Evangelistic Forum' Frater Sodalis, '44-'47, Pres. x JAMES F. BLACK Abilene. Texas 709 E. N. 14th St. B. S. Business Administration A Cappella, '38-'42, Mens Quar- tet, '38-'42, Band, '38-l42g Mel- poms, ,38-,42g "A" Club, '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities '46-l47g Whots Who in Abilene Christian Col- lege, '46-'47. DORIS MAE BLEY Fluvanna, Texas B. S. Business Administration Orchestra, '44-'45, F.T.A., '44-'45, Ellen H. Richards, '44-'45, B. A. Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, GATA, ,46-'47, Girls Training Class, UWM Club, '47, ANNE MCLEOD BOGLE Abilene. Texas l634Vz College Drive B. S. Physical Education A Cappella, '43-'44, '44-'45, '45-'46, Sec., '46-'47, Optimist Staff, '43- '44, Gata Pledge, '43-'44, Report- er, '44-'45, Pres., '46-'47, Melpoms, '43-'44, '44-'45, '45-'46, C. S. O., '44-'45, '45-'46, Sec., '46-'47, Kitten Klub, '44-'45, Sec., '45-'46, Pres., Senior Favorite, '46-'47, Who's Who in ACC '46-47, Kitten Klub, Queen, '46-'47. CHESTER V. BOGLE Abilene, Texas 1634M College Drive B. S. Business Administration Badminton Team, '41-'42, '42-'43, '45-'46 '46-'47, Badminton Club, Pres., '45-'46, '46-'47, B. A. Club, '45-'46, Vice Pres., '46-'47, Cam- era Club, '45-'46, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities, '46-'47. JAMES BRASHER Vivian, La. 'Box 303 B. A. English French Club, President, '46-'47, Softball, '46, Speech, second place mens poetry reading, '46-'47. BERT BREWER Eden, Texas B. S. Physical Education Future Teachers of America, UA" Club, "C" Club, Football, '42 8a '46, Track, Captain, '46, Trojans, Pres., '46-'47, Student Council, '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '46-'47. DORIS ROBERTS BREWER Olden, Texas EDNA RUTH BREWER Denver. Colorado B. S, Education Mission Study, McDonald Coun- cil, Governor, '44, Devotional Leader and President, '45, A. T. L. '45-'46, Kitchen Service Club, '45, Ellen H. Richards, '44-'46, Pick- wickians, Corresponding Sec., '45-'46, Girls Training Class, Lea- der, '46, "W" Club, Treasurer, '46-'47, Future Teachers of Amer- ica, '46-'47. BONNIE BROOKS BRINN Dell. Arkansas B. S. Secondary Education Transfer from Freed-Hardeman, McDonald Council, '45-'46, Girls Training Class, Mission Study, Future Teachers of America, '46- '47. T. PIERCE BROWN Cookeville, Tennessee 221 S. Washington Street B. A. Bible Transfer from Tennessee Poly- technic Institute, Gavel Club, Evangelistic Forum. ZENOBIA BROWN Burkett, Texas Box 102 B. S. Home Economics Art Club. JO IRIS CATHEY Tyler, Texas B 28 B. S. Home Economics ox Transfer from N.T.S.T.C., Beauty B. S. Secondary Education Nominee, '45, Beauty, '46-'47, Ca- A Cappella, '42-'43, Ellen H. Richards, '42-'43, Zellner Coun- cil, '43-'44, Orchestra, '43-'44, Ca- dettes, Major General, '43-'44, Future Teachers of America, '46- '47. dettes, Lieutenant General, '46- '47, Frat Sweetheart, '47. T. FURMAN CAUTHEN ivionrgomery. Alabama 41U Mulberry Street B. A. Bible Alpha Tau Lambda, '44-'45, Evan- gelistic Forum, East of Mississip- pi, Pres., '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, wnos Who in ACC, '45-'46, A Cappella, President, '45-'46, "A" Lllub, President, '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '45-'46, '46-'47, Fu- ture Teachers of America, Vice- President, '46-'47, MARIE CHENAULT Sweeny, Texas Box 96 B. S. Physical Education Kitten Club, President, '44-'45, C.S.O., Coresponding Secretary, '44-'45, Frater Sodalis Sweet- heart, '44-'45, Zellner Council, Secretary, '44-'45, Favorite, '44- '45, Beauty, '45-'46, Cadettes, President, '45-'46, '46-'47, Secre- tary of Senior Class, '46-'47, Beau- ty Contestant, '46-'47, C. S. O., V. Pres. '46-'47. GORDON CLEMEN T Burkburnett, Texas 116 Avenue D. B. A. Bible Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study, Leader, Summers '45-'46, Gavel Club, Parliamentarian, '45- '46, Vice-President Freshman Class, '44-'45, ATL, "A" Club, Manager Students' Exchange, '44- '47, Second, Cox Extemporan- eous Speaking Contest, '46, First, Allen Essay Contest, '46, ANITA COBB San Antonio. Texas 1810 W. Summit B.S. Business Administration Melpomenean Players, '43-'45, Kitten Club, '44-'45, Business Ad- ministration Club, '44-'46, GATA, '44-'47, Optimist, '46-'47, Beauty '46-'47, MOODY LEE COFFMAN Abilene, Texas Route 2 B. A. Mathematics Transfer from Southwestern Uni- versity, Science Club, '46-'47, Honorary Scientific Society, '46- '47, Die Lustigen Kameraden, Pres., '46-'47. FLORENCE COLLIER Abilene, Texas B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards, Vice-President, '46-'47, Girls Training Class, Mis- sion Study, 'tW" Club, Alpha Chi, Treasurer, '46-'47, MERRIAN CROWDER Snyder, Texas 2107 Avenue U B. A. Aft Home Economics Club, Art Club, Vice-President, '46-'47, Melpom- enean Players, Spanish Club, Kit- ten Club, Delta Theta, Secretary, Beauty, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47. MILDRED N. CULLEN Abilene, Texas 1149 Palm Street B. S. Business Administration Kitten Club, '40-'41, Business Ad- ministration Club, '45-'46. CLEVE ALLEN CULLERS Bryson, Texas B. S. 'Business Administration Business Administration Club, '41- '42, '42-'43, '46-'47, Band, '40-'42, JACK CURREY Thornton, Texas B. S. Business Administration Aggie Club, '45-'46, "A" Club, '46- '47, Melpoinenean Players, '44-'45, Alpha Chi, President, '46-'47, Business Administration Club, President, '44-'45, '45-'46, Frater- Sodalis, President, '46-'47, Gavel Club, '44-'45, Optimist, '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '46-'47, Who's who in ACC, '46-'47. A. J. DEANS San Angelo. Texas 3207 Grape Creek Drive B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club, '43 -'44, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Frater Sodalis, '43-'44, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46- '47, Science Club, '45-'46, Bad- minton Club, '44-'47, House of Representatives, '46-'47, FREDDA DERRYBERRY Abilene, Texas 1516 North 3rd. B. S. Business Administration Melpomenean Players, '42-'43, Kitten Club, '42-'43, Secretary, '44-'45, Delta Theta, '42-'47, Sec- retary, '43-'-44. BUSTER DIXON Ennis, Texas B. S. Physical Education Football, '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '46-'47, All Conference Full-back, '46-'47, Phi Omega Chi, Pres. '45-'46, '46-'47, Senior Favorite, '46-'47, Who's Who in A.C.C., '46- '47 PAUL DULANEY Clyde, Texas Box 43 B. A. History Band, '39, '41, '46, French Club, '41, Optimist, Assistant Editor, '46-'47, Phi Omega Chi, '46-'47, MARJORIE ECHOLS Abilene. Texas 1364 Cedar St. B. A. Mathematics Alpha Chi, Treasurer, '46-'47, Science Club, Sec., '46-'47, Span- ish Club, '46-'47, Honorary Science Club, '47, "W" Club, '47, FRANK FARRIS, JR. Eldridge, Ala. Box 74 B. S. Business Administration Transfer from Freed-Hardeman College, Spanish Club, East of Mississippi, Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study, B. A. Club. ANN FOX Kaufman, Texas Route 5 B. S. Secondary Education A.T.L., '44-'45, Vice-Pres., '46-'47, Alpha Chi, '45-'46, Vice-Pres., '46- '47, t'W" Club, '45-'46, Vice-Pres., '46-'47, McDonald Council '45-'46, Pres., '46-'47, Girls Training Class, Co-Leader, '46, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities, '46-'47, Mission Study. E. GLENN FULBRIGHT McLean. Texas lBox 546 B. S. Business Administration French Club, Vice-Pres., '46, A Cappella, '46, Melpomeneans, '46, Band, '43, Mens Glee Club, '43, Summer Chorus, '46, FRANCES J. GIBSON Stephenville. Texas 505 W. Belknap B. S. Business Administration B. A. Club, '46-'47, Mission Study, Girls Training Class. H. M. GILL Anson, Texas B. S. Engineering FRED F. GIVENS Childress, Texas B. S. Business Administration Sub-T-165 B. A. Club. MARY GLASSCOCK Artesia, New Mexico 310 Dallas B. A. Art Art Club. EVELYN GOODRUM Leach. Tennessee B- A- English Transfer from Freed-Hardemang Alpha Chi, East of the Mississip- pi. AUDREY GREEN Quinlan, Texas Rt. 4 B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards. RAYMOND GREEN Eden, Texas Box 111 B. S. Business Administration B. A. Club, Director, '45-'46, Ag- gie Club, '44-'45, Gavel Club. VIRGINIA GREEN Gruver, Texas B. S. 'Business Administration "W" Club, Girls Training Class, Leader, '46-'47, Mission Study, Business Administration Club, Panhandle Club. A. C. GREENE Dallas. Texas 6217 Belgrade Avenue' B. A. History A Cappella, '40-,425 Melpomenean Players, '4lg Press Club, '41-,42g 52-20 Club, '46, Optimist, '41-'42g Associate Editor, '42-l43g Pick- wickian Club, '40-'47. ERNEST EARL GRIZZARD Ennis, Texas B. A.. B. S. Bible. Secondary Ed. Transfer from Kilgore Junior College, George Pepperdine, De- bating, '45-'46, '46-'47, A.T.L., '45- '46, '46-'47, A Club, '46-'47, Alpha Chi, '46-'47, Camera Club, '45-'46, '46-'47, F.T.A., Pres., '46-'47. WILLIAM HAMMONTREE Chickamauga, Georgia Rt. 1 B. S. Business Administration Transfer from Tennessee Poly- technic Institute, Freed-Harde- man. KITTY HANKS Midland. Texas 423 W. Wall St. B. A. English Student Council, Jr. Rep., '45-'46, Sec. '46-'47, Optimist, Bus. Mgr. Editor, School Favorite, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, C.S.O., Sec. '45-'46, Pres. '46-'47, Kitten Klub, Ko-Jo- Kaig Whois Who in American Colleges 8a Universities, '46-'47g Who's Who in ACC '46-'47, Gavel Sec., ,44-,45Q Honor Girl, '46-'47, Senior Favorite, '46-'47. GLENN E. HARGETT Sheffield, Alabama Route 1 B. A. Bible East of Mississippi, Aggie Club, Evangelistic Forum. NOBLE HARRIS Abilene. Texas 750 E. N. 15th St. B. S. Business Administration House of Representatives, Senior Representative, Reporter 8: Sgt. at Arms, '46-'47, Business Admin- istration Club, President, '46-'47. J. C. "Buddy" HART Baird. Texas B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club, Trojans. ALVAH JEAN HENDERSON Waco. Texas Hillcrest Drive B. S. Biolo9Y Band, '44-'45, '45-'46, Science Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, French Club, '45-'46, Melpoms, '45-'46, Ca- dettes, Four Star General. MARY HELEN HENRY San Antonio. Texas 434 Furr Drive B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club, '46- -'47g Delta Theta, '46-'47, Mel- poms, '46-'4'7. EDGAR ALLEN HERRING Hillsboro. Texas ' Route 2 B. A. History Evangelistic F o r u mg Mission Study, Prickly Pear, Editor, '46- '4'7g Phi Beta, Vice-Pres., '46-'47g Future Teachers of America, James F. Cox Chapter, German Club, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '46-'47. GENE S. HICKS San Antonio. Texas 117 Compton Ave. B. S. Business Administration Phi Omega Chi, A Cappella, '41- '42, '42-'43, Tennis, '41-'42, '42-'43, '46-'47, Business Administration, '42-'43, '46-'47. L. D. lBi11l HILTON Rocky. Oklahoma B. S. Business Administration Transfer from Oklahoma A 8z Mg Frater Sodalisg Business Admin- istration Club. JANE MARLIS HODGES Winters. Texas Box 141 B. S. , Business Administration Business Administration Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, ALTA FAYE HOWK Abilene. Texas 1401 Austin Street B. A. Mathematics Los Alegresg Science Club, Re- porter, '45-'46, Camera Club, '45- '46, HELEN RUTH HUMPHREY Abilene, Texas 608 E. N. 15th B. S. Business Administration French Club, V. Pres. '45-'46, Delta Theta, V. Pres. '44-'45, '45- '46, '46--'47, Business Administra- tion Club, ,45-'46, '46-'47, Mel- poms, '45-,46, '46-'47, MRS. DOROTHEA JAMES Abilene, Texas 655 N. E. 18th B. S. Primary Education Transfer from Harding Christian College, Future Teachers of A- merica. CLAUDE JOHNSTON, JR. Hobart. Okla. 319 N. Randlett B. S. Business Administration Transfer from Keowa. County Junior College, Hobart, Okla., A Cappella, '46-'47, Band, '46-'47, Camera Unincorporated '46-'47. KATHRYN JOINER Crane, Texas Box 125 'B. S. Chemistry Girls Training Class, Mission Study, Band, '44-'45, '45-'46, Sec. '46-'47, German Club, '44-'45, Science Club, '45-'46, Alpha Chi, '45-'46, Sec. '46-'47, "W" Club, '45- l46g C.S.O., '46-'47, BEN FOWLER JONES Cooper. Texas B. A. Bible HENRY JEAN JONES Knox City, Texas B. S. Secondary Education Band, '41-'42, '42-'43, Orchestra, '42-'43, Phi Omega Chi, '42-'43, V. Pres.. '46-'47, Gamma Epsilon, Treasurer, '46-'47. JOHN R. JORDAN Abilene, Texas 657 College Drive B. S. Business Administration Phi omega chi, '41-'42, 442-'43, '46-'47. EDITH KEMPLIN Va1'ey View, Texas Box 102 B. A. Bible Transfer from N.T.S.T.C., Future Teachers of America, Sec. '46-'47, Girls Training Class, Mission Stuclrg "W" Club. PERRY W. KEMPLIN Valley View, Texas Box 102 'B. A. Bible PEGGY KIRKLAND Wichita Falls, Texas 1511 Bluff Street B. S. Secondary Education GATA, '45-'46, '46-'47, Melpom- eneans, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Pickwickians, '45-'46, '46-'47, C.S. O, '45-'46, '46-'47, Alpha Psi Omega, '46-'47, "WM Club, '47, Beauty Contestant, '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '46-'47 JACK LAWRENCE Anson. Texas Rt. 2 B. A. V Bible Freshman Pres., '44-'45, Student Council, '44-'45, '45-'46, Frater Sodalis, '44-'45, V. Pres., '45-'46, '46-'47, Favorite, '44-'45, '45-'46, Melpoms, '44-'45, French Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Yell Lea- der, '45-'46, Speaker of House of Representatives, '46-'47, Execu- tive Council, '46-'47. BETTY JEAN LEE Po-rt Arthur, Texas 1929 3rd. Ave. B. S. Business Administration Girls Training Class, Mission Study, Business Ad Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Kitchen Service Club, Reporter, Summer '46, Summer Chorus, '46, Ellen H. Richards, '46-'47. MRS. LEODA LOWDER Abiene. Texas B. A. Piano BENJAMIN IRA LOWE Jacksonville, Florida 1204 Hollywood Ave. B. S. Business Administration "A" Club, Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities '46- '47, Gamma Epsilon, Pres., '46, A.T.L. Pres, '43, East of the Miss., '46-'47, Student Council, '46-'47, House of Representatives '46-'47, Constitutional Committee, '46-'47, Business Administration Club, '46-'47. KATHERINE E. LOWE Jacksonville, Florida 1204 Hollywood Ave. B. A. Art East of the Mississippi, '45-'46, '46- '47, Art Editor of Prickly Pear, 1946-'47, Sectreary of Alpa Tau Lambda, '46-'47, Ko-Jo-Kai, '46- '47, C.S.O., 46-'47, Pi Epsilon Beta, Vice-pres., '46, Pres '47. CAROLYN MCCLENDON Mineola, Texas 710 N. Pacific St. B. S. Business Administration Art Club, '43-'44, Optimist Staff, '43-'44, Science Club, '43-'44, '44- '45, Business Ad Club, '45-'46, '46- '47, Kitten Klub, '45-'46, '46-'47, GATA, '46-'47, LEAO MCDANIEL Abilene, Texas 1502 Campus Court B. A. Bible Mission Studv, Evangelistic For- um, Aggie Club. ORVILLE L. MCDONALD Goose Creek, Texas B. S. Secondary Education CPre-Lawj Business Ad Club, '40-'41, '41-'42, ,42-'43, Melpoms, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43, Baseball, '42, Intramural Sports Director, '46-'47, Trojans Pres, '46, Gamma Epsilon, Pres., '46, Student's Association Presi- dent, '46-'47, Who's Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities, '46-'47, Who's Who in ACC, '46- '47, Senior Favorite, '46-'47. ESTELLE MCLAUGHLIN Abilene, Texas 701 E. N. 15th St. 'B. S. Home Economics Gavel Club, Sec. '43-'44, Mel- poms, '43-'44, A.T.L., Ellen H. Richards, Pres. '45-'46, Alpha Chi, C.S.O., '45-'46, '46-'47, HW" Club, Corresponding Sec., '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '46-'47, GLADSTONE MCLENNAN Lueders, Texas B. S. Business Administration Football Letterman, '41-'42, '46, "C" Club, HA" Club, Business Ad Club: Vice-President Senior Class '46-'47, Trojans, Treasurer, '46- '47. BILLIE McN ABB San Benito. Texas Box 1065 B. A. English GATA, Vice President, '46-'47, MRS. FRANCES MAHLER Abilene. Texas B. S. Elementary Education HOLLIS L. MANLY. JR. Abilene, Texas 842 Meander St. B. S. Business Administration Vice-President Freshman Class, '42-,43g Gavel Club, '42-'43g Melpoms, '42-'43, Phi Omega Chi, Pres, '46-'47, A. B. MARTIN Seymour. Texas Star Route B. S. 'Business Administration Aggie Club, Vice-Pres., '44-'45, Frater Sodalis, Sec. Treas., '45-'46, Business Administration Club, '45-'46, '46-'47. PAUL MAYR Waco, Texas 1124 Speight Ave B. A. Bible Band, Orchestra, A.T.L., 2nd Vice- Pres.g Melpoms, Spring Produc- tion, '46g Junior Contest Play, '46, CARL L. MURRAY Bennett, New Mexico Box 602 B, S. Chemistry Science Clubg Honorary Scientific Society. MAREANN NEECE Irving. Texas Box 125 B. S. Business Administration Transfer From Freed-Hardemang East of the Mississippi, '45-'46, Big HD", '46-347. GLENN R. NICHOLS Abi'ene, Texas 1526 Washington Blvd. B, S, Pre-Law JAMES W. NICHOLS Abilene. Texas 650 College Dr. B. A. Speech Melpoms, '43-'47, V. Pres. '46-'47, "A" Club, Sec.-Treas., '45-'47, Ag- gie Club, '44-46, Alpha Psi, Pres., '44-'47, French Club, V. Pres., '45-'46, House of Rep., Parliamen- tarian '46-'47, Evan. Forumg Mission Study, A. T. L. '46- '47g Who's Who In American Col- leges and Universities, '46-'47, YVONNE B. NICHOLS Abilene, Texas 1526 Washington Blvd. B. A. English Nm' HELEN OWENS Sunset, Texas B. S. Education Future Teachers of America, Girl's Training Class, Mission Study. GLADYS PARTIN Beaumont. Texas 1298 Ave. F. B. S. Home Economics Melpoms, '44-145, ,45-'46, Girls Training Class, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Mission Study, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Ellen H. Richards '44-'45, '45-'46, Pres., '46-'47, Mc- Donald House Council, '45-'46, V. Pres. ,46-'47, "W" Club, '46- ,47g C.S.O., '46-'47, KATHRYN PATTON Abilene, Texas 811 E.N. 16th B. A. Bible Mission Study, Girls Training Class, Los Alegres, Reporter '44-,45g Future Teachers of A- merica, Reporter, '44-'45g Alpha Chi, ,45-'46, '46-'47, "WU Club '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, ATL '44- l45, '45-'46, Wh0's Who In Amer- ican Colleges and Universities, '45-'46, ,46-'47, LOWELL G. PERRY Danville, Illinois 1203 N. Jackson B. A. Speech Transfer from Pepperdine, Cam- era Unincorporatedg Mission Study, Melpomenean Players, French Clubg East of the Missis- sippig Future Teachers of Amer- icag K'Junior Miss". LOU NELLE PETERS Rogers, Texas Box 23 B. A. History Zeta Rho, Pres., '46-'47, Alpha Tau Lambda, Vice-Pres., '45-'46, Treasurer, A46-'47, Gamma Epsi- lon, Sec., '46-'47, Pickwickians, '43-'44, '44-'45, Melpomenean Players '43-'44, ,44-'45, McDon- ald Hall Council, '43-'44, BERT L. POWELL, J'r. Freeport, Texas B. S. Chemistry Science Club, Texas Academy of Science. NORMA JEAN QUALLS Aurora, Colorado 1105 Dayton B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards, Vice-Pres., '45-'46, A Cappella, '43-'46, "W" Clubg Ko--Jo-Kai, Who's Who In A.C.C., ,45-'46, Whois Who in American Colleges and Univer- sitiesg '45-l46, '46-'47, Prickly Pear, Editor '45-'46, THEA of College Clubs, Mission Study, Girls Training Class. MILDRED RAMPY Washington, D. C. 4601 Butterworth Pl.. N. W. B. A. English Los Alegres, Sec., '43-'44, Frater Sodalis Sweetheart, 143, Melpoms, '43-'44, Prickly Pear Staff, '43-'44, '43--'44, Pickwickians, ,43-'44, '44-'45, A. T. L. '44-'45g Kit- ten Klub, V-Pres., '45-'46, Sec. '46- '47g Ko-Jo-Kai, Sec., Pres.g "W" Club, Pres., '46-'47g Whols Who in ACCg Who's Who in Am. Col- leges and Universities, C.S.O. ESTELLA A. REVES Lueders, Texas B. S. Elementary Education JONNY RHODES Texarkana. Texas 'Box 1032 B. A. Band Student Council, Yell Leader, '46- '47g Band '44-'45, '46-'47, Vice- Pres., '45-'46, Frater Sodalis, '44- '45, '45-'46, '46-'47g Melpomenean Players '44-'45, '45-,46, '46-'47, RITA ROACH Spearman, Texas Box 478 B. S. Home Economics, Education Transfer from W.T.S.C., HW" Club, Secretary, '46-'47, Panhand- le Club, '46-'47, Mission Study, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Girls Training Class, Ellen H. Richards, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47. R. L. ROBERTS, JR. Idalou, Texas B. A. Bible Vice-president Freshman Class, '44, Vice-president Sophomore Class, '44, President, '45, Mission Study, Leader, '44-'45, '45-'46, Secretary "A" Club, '45, Evange- listic Forum, Leader, '46, Who's Who in ACC, '45-'46, Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities, '45-'46, '46-'47, Vice-presi- dent Gavel Club, '45-'46. BOBBYE ROUSE Crane, Texas Box 24 B. S. Chemistry Girls Training Class, '44-'45, Mis- sion Study, '44-'45, Band, '44-'46, Orchestra, '44-'45, Science Club, '45-'46, Pre-Med Club, '45-'46' C.S.O., '46-'47, Alpha Chi, '46-'47 9 JAMES W. RUSHING Tyler, Texas 1500 Crescent Drive B. A. English Melpomeneans, '42, Pickwickians, '42, Sports Editor "Optimist", '42, Evangelistic Forum, '42, '46-'47, GEORGIA SANDERS Marked Tree. Arkansas Box 691 B. S. Business Administration Business Administration Club, Delta Theta, Beauty Runner-Up, '45-'46. JAMES E. SCOTT Livingstone, N. Rhodesia South Africa B. A. Bible Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study, Die Lustigen Kameraden, Science Club, Camera Un-incor- porated. ANNA LOUISE SHELTON Oneonta, Alabama 325 C Street B. S. Education Transfer from George Pepperdine College, Los Angeles, Clark Col- lege, Vancouver, Wash., State Teachers College, Livingston, Alabama. East of the Mississippi, Gavel Club, Melpoms. JAMES K. SIKES Roswell. New Mexico 106 W. 13th Street B. S. Biology Science Club '42-'43, '43-'44, Presi- dent, '46-'47, Melpomenean Play- ers, '43-'44, A Cappella Chorus, '43-'44, Student Council House of Representatives, '46-'47, Honor- ary Scientific Society, '47, Sub- T-416, '43-'47. JACK A. SMITH Dumas, Texas B. S. Chemistry Science Club, '39-'40, Vice-Presi- dent, '46-'47, Texas Academy of Science, '39-'47, Collegiate Divi- sion, Vice-President, '41, Honor- ary Scientific Society, '47, J. E. SMITH Abilene. Texas 526 College Drive B. S. Business Administration Basketball, '41-'42, '42-'43, '45-'46, '46-'47, "C" Club, Student Council Athletic Representative, '46-'47, JAMES C. SORRELLS Waco, Texas 1114 N.12th Street B. S. Business Administration A Cappella, '44-'45, B. A. Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47, Badminton Club, '46-l47, Melpomenean Play- eis, 145-'46, Science Club, '45-'46, RALPH L. STONE Dexter. New Mexico Graduate of New Mexico A 85 M College with a B. S. Degree in Chemical Engineering. CURTIS TAYLOR Lubbock. Texas 1602 22nd Street B. S. Business Administration DAVID L. TAYLOR Castell. Texas Box 54 B. S. Biology Band, '39-'40 ,'40-'41g Aggie Club, '46-147, Science Club, '46-'47, JOE H. TEMPLETON Plainview. Texas 815 Beech Street B. S. Petroleum Engineering Science Club. EUGENE TENNEY Stratford. Oklahoma B. S. Physical Education Basketball letterman three years, "C" Club, "A" Club, Whois 'Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities, 746-'47, Badminton Club Sponsor, Frater Sodalis Sponsor, 'lexas Badminton Champion, Sin- gles and Doubles, '42, '43, '46, '47, Southwestern U. S. Intercollegiate Champion, Singles and Doubles, '41, '42, '43. MARABETH TERRY Coleman. Texas 502 Cottonwood Street B. S. Business Administration Band, '44-'45, 145-'46, '46-'47, Mis- sion Study, Orphesian Society, '47, Girls Training Class, B. A. Club, '44-'45, '45-'46, '46-'47. MILTON E. THOMPSON Memphis Texas B. S. Secondary Education J. C. TOWN SEND High Springs. Florida B. A. History Transfer from Freed-Hardeman College, Mission Study, Evangel- istic Forum, Frater Sodalis, '45- '46, '46-l4'7g East of Mississippi, Treasurer, '45-'46, Alpha Tau Lambda, President, '46-'47, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '46--'47, Assistant Business Manager of Prickly Pear, '45-'46, Business Manager, '46-'47, LARRY VIVRETT Dallas. Texas 2639 Gladstone Drive B. S. Chemistry Transfer from North Texas Agri- cultural College, Arlington. Sci- ence Clubg Big HD", French Club. THOMAS WAGNER. Jr. Manchester, Tennessee 'Box 3 B. A. Music Transfer from David Lipscomb. Band, '42-'43, A Cappella, '42-'43, Phi Omega Chi, '42-'43, '46-'47, Badminton Club, '46-'47. ALFRED F. WALLER. Jr. Denison, Texas 720 W. Hull Street B. A. Bible Evangelistic F o r u mg Mission Study. THOMAS B. WARREN San Antonio. Texas 1731 W. Ashby Place E- S. Secondary Education MAX WATSON Austin, Texas 2208 Pearl B. S. Business Administration Pi Epsilon Beta, '46-'47, Camera Un-incorporated, '46-'47. MELVIN E. WELDON Phoenix, Arizona 1137 E. Garfield Street B. A. Bible Kitchen Service Club, Pres., '44- '45g A.T.L. '44-'45, Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study, Leader, '46-'47, Gavel Club, '45-,46. ' THOMAS EDSEL WELLS Millersview. Texas 'Box 195 B. S. Business Administration Phi Omega Chi, '42-'47, Melpom- cnean Players, '42, Men's Glee Club, '42, MARGARET WICKER Gatesville, Texas Grove Star Route B. S. Business Administration A Cappella, ,44-,45, '45-'46, Pick- wickians, '44-'45, Alpha Chi. CURTIS W. WISE Dallas, Texas 2l8 Hollywood B. S. Business Administration Band, Vice-President, '43, Or- chestra, '4l-'42, '42-,43, President, '43, Phi Omega Chi, '42-'47, Busi- ness Administration Club, Board of Directors, '46-'47. RAY O. WRIGHT Salem. Illinois B. A. Bible Gavel Club, Evangelistic Forum, Mission Study, East of Mississip- pi, Die Lustigen Kameraden. CHARLES HAY Roswell, New Mexico 306 So. Delaware Special Student, Transfer from the University of Texas, Evan- gelistic Forum, East of the Missis- Sippi. OFFICERS Chris Clark Y.A... Ve ...,,. President Don Gardner rrrrrrrrrf rfrrrr V ice-President Marjorie White raararr g aaf......aV7a7 Secretary Eugenia Scott eeeeeraa Reporter The Junior Class began its activities this year with flying colors by Winning the Interrnural Speech Tournarnent. We placed first in several contests including the one-act play contest which is the peak of the Tour- nament. Picnics are always a Welcome break in school routineg so the outings at State Park-Where hot dogs were consumed by the dozens-Were a Jun- ior specialty. And then carne the all important event of the year-the Jun- ior-Senior Banquet-a lot of Work, but We Will be Seniors next year. Glass of Nineteen um! cal F0 tg-Sight Mb. Ann Alexander Pioneer, Tex. General Delivery Earlene Bailey Abilene. Tex. 233 Graham St. Billie Jean Baker Lometa, Tex. 'Box 25 Alice Ballard Abilene, Tex. 2066 N. 2nd Si. Marguerite Bare Abilene. Tex. Box 451 Martha Batson Texas City, Tex. 121 Sth Ave. Betty Jean Beaver b Iowa Park. Tex. Route 1 Roy Bennett Abilene. Tex. 2726 S. 3rd. Ann Bentley Wichita Falls, Tex. 3103 Hollywood William Ray Bourland Abilene. Tex. 1024 Grape St. Thelma Boyd Chattanooga. Tenn. 608 Colville St. Bob Brennen Alvin, Tex. Box 903 MW' Bill Brown Abilene. Tex. 2118 N. 6th Edward M. Brown Amarillo, Tex. 2026 Lipscomb Alyene Brownrigg Big Spring. Tex. 1401 Nolan St. Alvin Bryan Frederick. Okla. Rt. 2. Box 26 Jack Bryant Sidney. Texas General Delivery Betty Buford Abilene. Tex. 2633 Fourth Ave. La Verne Burk Hobbs, New Mexico 400 E. Clinton Guerdon E. Busby Abilene. Texas 132 Amarillo St. Walter D. Cabe Abilene, Texas 750 E. N. 14th Bill Carrell Bloomington. Ind. 511 N. Lincoln St. Geraldine Carrington Irving. Texas Rt. 2 Box 2108 Jamie Chenault Sweeny. Texas Box 96 5 ,MN Ms. .gc Kathryn Childress Post. Texas General Delivery John E. Clardy Brownwood, Texas Rt. 3 Chris Clark, Jr. Abilene, Texas 441 Amarillo Claire Jean Click Lovelady. Texas General Delivery Mary Close Alexandria. Louisiana 1022 Thornton Ave. William Francis Coiner Oklahoma City, Okla. 1406 S. W. 29th. Bill Cook Paris, Texas 505 Fitzhugh Benna Cranford Paris, Texas 223 10th St. N. E. Joy Christine Curington Merkel. Texas Box 324 Loveta Curlee Mart. Texas Route 2 Lowell Danley Lawton. Okla. General Delivery Frances Davee Brady. Texas 118 S. Elm St. Susie Earline Davidson Lovelady, Texas O? Lovelady Lumber Co. Margery Demic Harlingen, Texas 'Box 602 Richard P. Duncan Snyder, Texas Route 2 Beverley Elliott Brownsville, Texas 853 W. Elizabeth Carolyn English Elba, Alabama General Delivery James E. Etheridge Troup. Texas Box 1175 St James Eubank Rochelle, Texas General Delivery Glen W. Exter Dimmitt, Texas Box 177 Bill Fain Dallas, Texas 209 Hollywood T. Roy Finley Chickasha, Okla. 928 South 9th Marie Finsterwald Mobeetie. Texas Route 2 Milton Fletcher Hamlin, Texas P. O. Box 84 Pearl M. Ford La Grange, Ill. 126 N. Stone Ave. Randall Fry Tulia, Tex. Box 262 Roy S. Fudge Athens. Alabama Rt. 8 Lewis L. Fulks Abilene, Texas 525 N.E. 18th Don Gardner Paragould, Ark. 122 E. 14th Si. Lorna Gibbons San Francisco, Calif. 1762 25th Ave. Bill Gililland 1401 Washington Blvd Abilene, Texas Doris Jeane Glenn Big Spring. Texas 1210 Sycamore St. Bruce A. Good Iowa Park, Texas Route 2 Mary Sue Grant 1326 Lowden Abilene, Texas Weldon L. Green Texhoma, Okla. Star Route 3 Ruby ,Griffin Clyde, Texas Route 1 Billy R. Ground Dallas. Texas Route 1. Box 535 Ruth Ellen Hall Greeley. Colorado 1921 Eighth Ave. Wayne Hammontree Chickamauga, Georgia Route 1 Marshel Hardy Rotan. Texas Rt. 1 Mildred Harmon Abilene. Texas 1309 Beech St. James A. Hays Clyde. Texas -Route 1 Carl G. Hecker Flint. Michigan 420 Chandler Dorothy Lou Hill Matador, Texas Box 41 Nelda Holton Nashville. Tenn. Burton Ave. Mabeth Hopkins Abilene. Texas 750 Cedar St. Bill J.. Humble Monett. Missouri 609 Sixth St. Robbie Gene Hunt Lovington. New Mexico 'Box 891 Herschel Jamison Gray. Oklahoma General Delivery Billye Layne Jones Pasadena. Texas 211 S. Spooner Winnie Jones Abilene. Texas 917 Chestnut St. J. Q. Keesee Anton. Texas Route 1 Constance Kelso Pueblo, Colorado 503 Broadway Mary Virginia Keney Ft. Worth, Texas 3613 Ave. "N" Arman D. King Abilene. Texas 1526 Ave. "E" Doris Jean King Kenton. Tenn. Box 125 Ralph King Kenton. Tenn. Box 125 Wilma Ruth King Abilene, Texas 1526 Ave. "E" Darvin Krisell Abilene. Texas 1418 Washington Blvd Jodie Krisell Abilene, Texas 1418 Washington Blvd Billy Joe Leach Graham. Texas 717 Texas Si. Robert E. Lee West Mansfield. Box 34 Buell Lindley Abilene Texas 298 Clyde St. J une Linn Rosebud, Texas Box 222 Samuel Loe Houston. Tex. 711 Pizer J im McCall Ft. Worth. Tex. Ohio 2407 Gould Ave. Joann McClary Sentinel. Okla. General Delivery Paul Ellis McGaughey Washington. D. C. 1421 Meridian Pl., N.W .Tack McKinney Abilene. Tex. 706 E. N. 15th St. Rosetta McPherson Pozzuoli, Naples 24 Corso Nicola Terrocciouo Milton McWhorter Olney. Tex. 801 North Ave. G Sidney Mallory Beaumont. Texas 755 Euclid Ave. Martha Jean Malone Henderson, Tennessee 104 Hamlet St. Donald Dee Mansur Lawton, Okla. 1113 Lake St Vivian Vonnette Mansur Lawton. Oklahoma 1113 Lake St. Bill Markum New Castle, Texas Box 46 B. C. Morton. Jr. Candler, North Carolina Route 1 Betiye Jean May Burkburnett, Texas Box 56 Winona May Hamlin, Texas Route 3 Ruth O. Mercer Beaver. Oklahoma 'Box 50 Robert R. Meyers Henryetta, Okla. Route 1 Box 43 Jerry Mings E1 Paso, Texas 137 Buena Vista Drive Mary' Anne Minnick Mineral Wells, Texas 2502 S. W. Fifth Ave. Foy Mitchell Haskell, Arkansas General Delivery M' Edward Montgomery Odem. Texas Box 273 Pauline Moran Sadler. Texas Rt. 1 Doris Morgan Temple. Texas Route l Jack B. Morgan Temple. Texas Route 1 Wilna Muns Sweetwater, Texas 803 Josephine St. Sue Nash Friendship, Tennessee General Delivery Nita Netterville Nashville, Tennessee 1000 Graybar Lane ' Lyte Norihcutt Altamont. Tennessee General Delivery Neiville Owen Vernon, Texas Route 1 Betty Patterson l Houston, Texas 7112 Dallas Eugene C. Perry Vineland. Ontario, Canada R. R. No. 1 Mrs. Geraldine Phillips Tatum. New Mexico Box 116 James Pope Ft. Worth, Texas 3800 Washburn Mrs. Wanda L. Poteet Olton, Texas General Delivery Jacquelee Pounds Vinson, Oklahoma General Delivery Coney Presnall Olney, Texas 805 N. Ave. "E" Bill N. Prude Greenville, Texas General Delivery Ken Rasco Tyler, Texas 1113 West 4th St. Jo Redman Nocona, Texas Box 322 George Clifford Reel Oak Ridge, Tenn. 437 East Drive Alvis "Froggie" Rogers Ft. Smith, Ark. 308 No. Greenwood Gorin Rutherford Amarillo, Texas 820 W. 11th St. Eugenia Scott Shawnee, Okla. 1805 N. Harrison Clyde W. Sheppard Abilene, Texas 1618 College Drive Violet Simpson ' Hawley. Texas General Delivery Alda Sisson Abilene. Texas 1158 Santas Clarita Smith Abilene, Texas Sta. A., Box 306 William B. Smith Abilene, Texas 225 Willis St. Paul Sneed Petersburg. Texas Route 2 Guy L. Sullivan Texarkana. Texas Box 316 Winifred Swindle Abilene. Texas Route 2 Dorothy Taylor Parkin. Arkansas Box 653 Nina Tenpenny Nashville. Tenn 1603 Linden Ave Norman B. Thomas Corpus Christi, Texas 131 Clemmer St. Bettye Travis Post. Texas 412 West 9th Bonnie Upton Izoro. Texas General Delivery X f 3:31 aps?Xssgsvg2efgvgssw,9,,,AL.t .,.,. E ,. ,lax Q -:E, 'i' - Es. 1 ' Q: Q95 Q ,, . .-::5- .1-sf... ,x., 1, A t UH, ,. . vw f- ... 1 .. . .g g-5 , ,. 1.9 W.. 5 5.4.5 , A '50, V 6 E Davis L. Walker Kuttawa. Ky. Star Route Martha Warden Eastland, Texas 1207 S. Seaman Marjorie Nelle White Louisville. Ky. 535 S Western Parkway Mary White San Angelo, Texas Rt. l J. C. Whitehead Abilene. Texas 624 College 0 Charlotte Whitlow Abilene. Texas 701 E.N. 15th. Marshall Whitmire Midland, Texas 401 East Louisiana Kenneth Whittemore Munday. Texas General Delivery Samie Williams Snyder. Texas Route 3 Bernard Witt Abilene. Texas 140 Cottonwood .Toe M. Yowell Abilene, Texas 633 N.E. 16th Willard Paine Merkel. Texas General Delivery ,av ' OFFICERS Mick Mason V V V V ..... P resident Charles Morris ..,.ee77ee7Vese7sss ssfrss V ice-President Bettye Frances Knox rfeeefss erfeirfss S ecretary Four hundred sophomores neatly tucked away this year's activities and counted them as another big step toward graduation. They laughed at the Freshmen, remembering only too Well their recent experiences as 'tfish", but found that being a Soph was fun too. Sponsoring a variety show and an outing were big items on the Soph entertainment program. GICISS of l H nftt imeteezt 1 mal 901 filo ty-mime we 2 we W fifiifzffizzf575555551 -1: " ' '- - .4-. - V. , f2:" ""' - Gary B. Adams Abilene. Texas Route 4 Bob Alexander North Pleasanton, Texas General Delivery Anita Anderson Grandfalls, Texas Box 476 'A. R. Archer, Jr. Abilene, Texas 1802 Sycamore Jane Archer Abilene, Texas 1802 Sycamore Kenneth Arrington Abilene, Texas 747 N. E. 15th Pearl Arrington Abilene, Texas 747 N. E. 15th Kenneth Aston Abilene, Texas 1301 Cypress Jean Bachman Nardin, Oklahoma General Delivery Peggy Baker Athens, Texas General Delivery J. Don Baldridge Lubbock, Texas 2105 17th Street Elbert G. Barnhart Lewiston, Idaho Route 2, Box 882 Margie Raye Barnhart Mart, Texas Route 2 Deen Bartlett Haskell, Texas 'Box 664 Evelyn Bartlett Abilene, Texas Station A, Box 115 John D. Bates Greenwood, Louisiana Box 73 Doris J. Belgarde Harper, Oregon General Delivery Louise Bentley Wichita Falls, Texas 3103 Hollywood Street Ethyleene Benton Sealy. Texas General Delivery Doug Berry Abilene. Texas 773 Elmwood Drive Barbara Jeanne Bishop Chandler. Arizona Box 545 Bryan Bogie Abilene. Texas 1642 College Drive Nell Borch Carnegie. Oklahoma General Delivery George Bostick Woodville, Texas General Delivery John V. Bostick Wo-odville. Texas General Delivery Burleene Brinn Dell, Arkansas General Delivery A. L. Brown. Jr. Fort Smith, Arkansas 819 Belle Avenue Billy Gene Brown Fort Smith. Arkansas 819 Belle Avenue Joy Brown Snyder. Texas Route 1 Wilma Jean Brown Fort Sumner. New Mexico Route 1. Box 169 Olen H. Bunton Sweetwater. Texas 506 Elm Street Anne Burcham Albuquerque. New Mexico 711 West Marble Leona Burton Slaton. Texas 340 South 10th Wilma Jean Butler Rising Star. Texas General Delivery Bill Cofer Fort Worth. Texas 5320 Windowmere Sammye Capps Mason. Texas Box 657 Winford Harold Carlile Tulia, Texas General Delivery Anna Ruth Carpenter Madill, Oklahoma Box 141 Joe Neal Carroll Troy. Texas General Delivery James Doyle Carter Hollis, Oklahoma Box 266 Wallace G. Case Wichita. Kansas 531 South Crestway H. G. Castle. Jr. Abilene, Texas 510 Mockingbird Lane Faber Cauthen Montgomery, Alabama 410 Mulberry Street Beverly Chadwick Glendale. California 1031 Sonora Avenue Charles S. Chandler McKinney, Texas 206 South 'Bradley Street Odes Choate Dallas. Texas 2146 W. Amherst William H. Cline Lone Jack, Missouri Station A, Box L Mary Clowers Harlingen, Texas 521 East Tyler Dean Clutter St. Marys. West Virginia 907 Dewey Avenue Carl C. Collier Lampasas, Texas General Delivery Neva Rue Conner Colorado City. Texas 528 East 8th Ray C. Corder Brownwood, Texas 1903 Elizabeth Drive Jimmie Coward Waxahachie, Texas 617 Brown Street Jane Cox Tulia, Texas Route 2 Wag.-'+2?'?"' Joyce Cox Olney. Texas 903 West Oak Muriel Jeannette Cox Dallas, Texas 219 West Illinois Cullen Cranfill Abilene. Texas 1418 Washington Blvdi Mary Margaret Crowder Cincinnati, Ohio 2377 Ravine Street Numa Crowder Indian Creek. Texas General Delivery Betty Cummins Abilene. Texas 1542 Washington Blvd. Andrew Dacus Arapaho. Oklahoma Box 206 Shannon Daniel Perryton. Texas 702 S. W. 6th Street Joann Darden Port Arthur, Texas 2530 Thomas Jacqueline Darms Memphis. Tennessee 1302 Peabody Jeanne Davis Munday. Texas Box 403 Zada Lee DeBusk Abilene. Texas 1318 Amarillo Laverne DeHaes Irving. Texas General Delivery James Deans San Angelo. Texas 3207 Grape Creek Drive Dorothy Deck Cleburne. Texas 105 Glen Rose Avenue Bill Decker Abilene. Texas 529 N. E. 18th Mildred Dokey Petrolia. Texas 'A Lone Star Station Kathryn Dollar Memphis, Tennessee 808 Shotwell Leonard P. Dowlearn Victoria, Texas 908 N. DeLeon Street Cecil Drachenberg Rosenberg. Texas Gene-ral Delivery Ray W. Driver Nocona, Texas Box 106 Hillrey A. Dufner Abilene, Texas Route 4 Mary Lou Meixner Durham Pittsburgh. Pa. 9 Elton Avenue Dan Echols Abilene. Texas 802 E. N. 15th Seabourn Eicke Snyder. Texas 2600 25th Street N. B. Elam, Jr. Sentinel, Oklahoma. General Delivery C. Eugene Elliott Troup. Texas Box 1142 Maxine Elms McMan, Oklahoma Box 326 Robert Farrar Dallas. Texas 5316 Worth Street Ray H. Farris Sweetwater, Texas 704 Walnut Street Sue Faust Chandler, Arizona Box 434-A Wanda F ehl Columbus, Kansas 414 S. Penn Avenue Joyce Flowers Waurika, Oklahoma 220 West "D" St. Jo Anabel Ford Groesbeck, Texas 311 N. Leon Street Grandol F orehand Knox City, Texas Route 1 'Box 67 Doris Fournie Owosso. Michigan Route 1 J. Walter Frazier Levelland. Texas Route 5 Wilburn L. Fry Fort Worth, Texas 3526 Millet Street Jolene Fulmer Jal, New Mexico Box 339 Frances Garner Long Beach, California 3448 Lime Avenue' Dick Garrett Abilene, Texas 1341 Washington Blvd. Don Garrett Abilene, Texas 1341 Washington Blvd W. B. "Dusty" Garrett Laredo, Texas Box 31 Morris B. George Ranger, Texas Box 38 Donna Gipson Dickens. Texas General Delivery La Nell Grant Abilene. Texas 3302 South 2nd Verna Mae Hackney Longview, Texas Box 189 Joyce Haines Louisville, Kentucky 311 South 42nd Street David L. Hall Roby. Texas Box 524 Juanita Hamlin Big Spring. Texas Vealmore Route, Box 95 Dorothy Hancock Alton, Illinois 604 Marsh Avenue Ann Harper Abilene, Texas 402 Highland Street Maxine Harper Colorado City, Texas 404 Oak Street Bob G. Harrison Dallas, Texas 1226 Hendricks Delores Harshbarger Pottsboro, Texas Box 5 Scott Hays Clyde. Texas General Delivery Wayne Hefton Sherman. Texas 308 Ely Rob W. Henderson Abilene, Texas 725 Peach Lee Barrett Herndon Anson, Texas Route 1 Bob Higgins Aspermont, Texas Box 29 Floyd Hill N. Pleasanton, Texas Box 92 Lena Hillis Texarkana. Texas 611 Whitaker Street Marilee Hines Clarendon. Texas Box 333 Bobby Holland Harlingen, Texas Box 985 Thomas W. Holland Tyler, Texas 1601 West Bow Street Tommie June Hunt Lovington. New Mexico Box 891 Clinton F. Hurley. Jr. Mountainair, New Mexico Box 174 Annie Lois Iden Houston, Texas 5312 Jefferson Street Hosie A. Iden, Jr. Houston, Texas 5312 Jefferson Street Betty Sue Ingram Post. Texas Box 843 Jo Jackson Coleman, Texas 1304 Lane St. Pat J aronitzky Beaumont, Texas Route 1, Box 652 Mary J arrell Borger. Texas 1026 Meredith Clara Joyce Jenkins Coleman. Texas 1200 S. Llano L. L. Jenkins Colorado Springs. Colo. 715 N. Nevada Robbie Rae Jennings Farmersville, Texas Box 326 Billy J. Johnson Abilene. Texas Route 1 Hartsell A. Johnson Haskell. Texas 'Box 254 Lowell Johnson San Angelo. Texas 1208 Orient Street Maxine Johnson Ovalo. Texas Route 1 Doris Jones Colorado City. Texas 321 Walnut Eloise Joplin San Angelo. Texas 123 East 20th Bette Joyce Snyder, Texas 1201 26th St. Loyd F. Judge South San Antonio. Texas General Delivery Leon Kelley Topeka. Kansas 1015 Randolph Avenue Monte Kelley Quanah. Texas 1000 Cain Phil Kendrick Abilene. Texas 1725 N. 5th George S. Kennedy Stephenville. Texas Box 701 Nell Keney Fort Worth. Texas 3613 Avenue N. Ludell King Quitman. Texas General Delivery Juanita Knowles I Huntsville. Alabama 701 Oakwood Avenue Bettye Frances Knox Memphis, Tennessee 872 Sheridan Hardin Knox Keller, Texas Box 74 Margaret Landreth Dallas: Texas 5323 Vanderbilt Clara Mae Laney Hale Center, Texas Route 1 Layne Lawrence Abilene. Texas 1234 Orange James Lee Ackerly. Texas Route 1 Gerald Lewis Sinton, Texas Box 367 Don Merrick Liles Clyde, Texas Route 1 Floye Rachel Lindsey Lake City. Florida Route 4 Box 5 Joyce Linn Temple, Texas 711 North Sth Harold T. Lipford Fort Worth, Texas 3533 Avenue "M" Roberta Lowry Waxahachie, Texas General Delivery G. James Lucchelli San Antonio, Texas 305 First Street Peggy Luttrell Louisville, Kentucky 928 Cherokee Road Edward McCaski11 Yoakum, Texas 114 Duke Street John McCoy Victoria, Texas Route 2 Ray McG1oth1in, Jr. Abilene. Texas 3302 South 51:11 W. O. "Bil1" McLeod Maplewood, Louisiana 133 Beauregard Patty June McMi11ian Port Arthur, Texas 3909 29th Street Jack McPherson Cheyenne, Wyoming Cheyenne Apt. 207 Mary Louise Mackoy Quanah, Texas Route 2 Borden Manly Lueders, Texas Route 2 Ann Marshall Cross Plains, Texas General Delivery Ned Martin Temple, Texas Route 1 Alfred H. Maxey III Evant, Texas General Delivery N. F. Merritt, Jr. Little Rock, Arkansas 1411 Bragg Street Earl A. Miller Abilene, Texas 718 Sycamore .I imsey Montgomery Salt Gap, Texas Box 515 Letha Mae Moore Carlsbad, New Mexico 208 South Lake Mary Moore Ccrsicana, Texas 823 W. 11th Charles Morris Abilene, Texas 1417 Washington Blvd. Frances Moser Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 3108 N. W. 12th Marceil Mullins Abilene, Texas S09 Graham Gloria Munday Los Angeles, California 7923 South Mariposa Avenue Wanda Muston Abilene, Texas 617 Ross Avenue Mary E. Neville Anson, Texas Box 592 p W. Dawrmen Newton Hamilton, Texas Box 785 Perk Niblack Lubbock, Texas 1628 9th Street Betty J oy Olmstead Frederick, Oklahoma Route 4 Clarence G. Olson, Jr. Houston. Texas 1135 West 26th Street Fred Olson Barker, Texas General Delivery Kenneth Overton Thorp Springs, Texas 'Box 116 Mack Owens Abilene, Texas 1002 Sammons Ruth Parks Harlingen. Texas 1018 E. Monroe Virginia Lee Paul Victoria, Texas 1511 E. North Street Alton Phillips Lubbock, Texas 1812 Avenue "N" Irene Phillips Arlington. Texas Route 3, Box 412 Wayman E. Pistole Paris, Arkansas General Delivery Bettye Potter Tyler, Texas 1617 W. Bow William D. Potter Tyler, Texas 1617 W. Bow Albert C. Powell Dalton, Georgia 1232 Glenn Street Jody Powers Abilene, Texas 334 Portland Avenue Steve D. Powers Abilene, Texas 334 Portland Avenue Jerry Price Andrews, Texas Box 142 Beth Priestley Memphis. Tennessee 1037 South Willett Bill Puckett Betty Ann Alice. Texas 320 Second Street Putnam Midland. Texas 1105 West Rhio Marjorie Randall Spur, Texas Route 2. Box 31 Billie Jo Reagan 'Brownwood, Texas 2300 Elizabeth Drive .T oe T. Reagan Merkel. Texas Box 231 Robert S. Reed Quanah. Texas 71 0 King Street Bettye Robberson Houston, Texas 626 Lindale Avenue Ouita Roberts Abilene. T EXBS 1617 Sycamore R. J. Roberts Borger, Texas General Delivery Morris G. Rogers Temple, Oklahoma Box 63 Doris Runyan Jordan. New Mexico General Delivery Bob L. Rushing Tyler. Texas 15 Chattie Ma 00 Crescent Drive Marvin Rutland Ovalo. Texas Route 1 e Savage Tahoka, Texas Route 4 Mona Ellise Scott Mentone, Texas Box 132 Louis Shelton Abilene. Texas 533 N. E. 16th Margaret Ann Short Kalomo, Northern Rhodesia South Africa A. Melvin Simmons Lubbock, Texas Route 4 Ray Simmons Abilene. Texas 741 Poplar Vernon Simpson Edinburg. Texas Route 2 Guy Smith Lubbock. Texas Route 5 Jean Smith Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1009 N. W. 33rd Lavada Mae Smith Byron. Oklahoma General Delivery Marilyn Smith Abilene. Texas 2825 South 2nd Samuel S. Smith Winchester, Tennessee 52 South High Thomas W. Smith Cullman, Alabama 1112 West First Street Tilley Sneed Petersburg. Texas Route 2 Marvin Snelling Abilene. Texas 1433 N. 5th Street Virginia Spears Hugo, Oklahoma 401 E. Brown Pauline Springfield Houston. Texas 2120 Dunlavy Street Elaine Starnes Abilene, Texas 1357 Vine Street Mary Louise Starnes Penwell. Texas Box 13 Mildred Stephens Abilene, Texas 409 College Drive Marjorie Stephenson Irving, Texas 2127 Irving Blvd. Earl P. Stevens Vicksburg, Mississippi Box 94 R. J. Stevens Houston, Texas 1135 West 26th St. Frances Stewart Irving. Texas Route 1 Box 86 Sarah Sullivan Nashville, Arkansas General Delivery Beth Sutphen Eastland, Texas 215 South Oak Gene Sutphen D Abilene. Texas 1229 So. Third Dorothy Mariel Taylor Waxahachie. Texas 210 College St. Billy Joe Thomas Springtown. Texas General Delivery Icy Thomas Conroe, Texas 'Box 223 Harold C. Thurman Sayre. Oklahoma Star Route Betty Tinsley Dallas, Texas 5818 Morningside Manning Trammell Ft. Worth, Texas Route 5 Box 109 Josephine Turnbough Quanah, Texas Route 1 Maxine Turnbough Quanah, Texas Route 1 Bill Vaught Texarkana. Texas 207 West Eighth Howard Waldrip Chillicothe, Texas Box 217 Freda Beth Walker Meadow, Texas Box 215 Jo Veda Walling Palestine, Texas Box 122 Delmar C. Watson Cordell, Oklahoma 501 East Caddo St. Jewell Wynelle Watson Austin, Texas 2208 Pearl Bettye Jean Weems Lepanto. Arkansas Box 446 Patsy Ruth Welch Andrews, Texas Box 75 Dan M. Whitaker Seminole, Texas Box 111 Harry M. Whitlow. Temple, Texas 1408 So. Fifth St. Ramona Wicker Gatesville. Texas Grove Star Route Bennie Belle Williams Hesperus, Colorado General Delivery Betty June Williams Memphis, Tenn. 554 Edgewood St. Edna Williams Burnet, Texas General Delivery Loyd Williams Kingsland, Texas General Delivery T. J. Williams Jayton. Texas General Delivery James Wilson. Jr. Amarillo. Texas 1109 Polk St., Apt 24 James L. Wilson San Antonio, Texas 137 Tommins Ave. Vernell Wilson Spur. Texas Rt. 2 Box 41 W. D. "Dub" Winkles Abilene, Texas 2731 Hickory St. Jo Wise Dallas. Texas 5406 Morningside Ave. Leonard D. Woods Abilene. Texas Route 4 James D. Yates Eden, Texas Box 127 Vaughn E. Young Abernathy, Texas Box 484 Charles Youree Nashville, Tennessee 4010 Granny White Road Mary Zook Fayetteville, Arkansas 520 Whitham Ben Bland Wichita Falls, Texas Petrolia Road Robert S. Boyet Sue Gibson Coleman, Texas 612 Plum St. Abilene, Texas 1526 N. 19th J. H. Grubb Crowville, Lcuisiana Box 23 Jo Holloman Joe Laird Stamford, Texas 420 E. Hamilton Comanche, Okla. Box 98 Otis Mallory Childr ess, Texas General Delivery Milford Mason Plainview, Texas Oltas Route Nelson McCord Dallas, Texas 5546 Belmont Ave. Bert M. Perry Abilene, Texas Station A Box 399 Tommye Robertson J. L. Sanders Lubbock, Te 1614 Ave. Bill Wi Sulphur Springs, Texas 301 Roberson Ave. X35 non lliams Wichita, Kansas 1007 Ellis Gwen Wilson Abilene, Texas 825 Lilius OFFICERS Perry Barnes .. .. - 1 -. .. A.--,....V...7 . a President Dee Nutt f -f 7f f 77 7 V ice-President Nancy Howell , nnnnnnnn. S ecretary The freshman class this year, With its 750 members, is the largest in the history of Abilene Christian College. Many of these are veterans, but together with the younger members, they have had a profitable year. The freshman class started with a huge success the night of the Freshman J am- boree and has kept the school spirit high with picnics, flag raisings, cam- paigns, and bon fires. This class produced stars in all phases of the athletic field. The fish '50 are proud to be members of such a noteworthy class. ezass of Nineteen and eel Fifty Ira Sylvan Ankeny Central City. Pennsylvania General Delivery Geneva Armstrong Wichita Falls, Texas General Delivery Leonard Arnold Dallas. Texas 4518 Vandernant Dr. Jean Arthur Spur, Texas Box 1198 Bobbie Lou Atchison Stanton, Texas Box 233 Pat Atchison Albuquerque. New Mex. 215 S. Yale Joyce Ayer Abilene, Texas 1410 Pine Street Berta Bailey Rising Star, Texas General Delivery Joe Bain San Francisco, Calif. 1162 Page St. Wanda Ruth Abston Vernon, Texas Route 3 Louise Adams Abilene, Texas 1341 Cedar Crest Dr. W. C. Adams Goldthwaite, Texas Route 3 Ervin F. Agnew Rising Star, Texas General Delivery Bobbye Alexander Lampasas, Texas General Delivery Romadene Alexander Mary Allen Abilene, Texas 1526 Washington Blvd Sanderson. Texas Box 756 John H. Alley Oak Grove, Missouri General Delivery Patsy Jean Anderson Breckenridge, Texas 702 W. Hullum Tom Baker, Jr. Athens. Texas E03 S. Prairieville St. Marian C. Ballard Duncan. Oklahoma Route 3 Ann Bannowsky Junction, Texas General Delivery Clyde Barber. Jr. Dalhart. Texas Rehm Route Peggye Barker Quanah. Texas General Delivery Perry V. Barnes Murchison. Texas Box 32 Jeanette Barnett Midland. Texas 1301 W. Indiana Sam Bass San Jon. New Mexico Porter Route Sus, Jane Baucom Corpus Christi. Texas 105 Glendale Richard C. B a.Xtel.' Mansfield. Texas Route 2 Leon C. Bayless Daytona Beach. Fla. 524 West Street Dale Beach Carlsbad. New Mexico 1001 N. Guadalupe St Addie Lee Bean Dallas. Texas 2630 North Haskell Lyric Beck Carlisle. Arkansas General Delivery Jane Bedingfield Barbara Bell Lorenzo. Texas General Delivery Dallas. Texas 3805 McFarlin Jess Bell Rule. Texas Box 9 Rheba Sue Bell Irving. Texas Route 1 Box 89 -'-"' " 'V -"" - g f I .-gs' aififsgi , ,sat 5 V. ' fi 7 5? . Ti .x .Qt .. '?,M'.,' , ' ...Mx we .1 .1 .Ari J erry Bohannon Midland, Texas Box 1243 Doris Boley Fort Worth, Texas 2825 Ave. "E" Jimmy Bonner Overton. Texas Route l Patricia Ann Borg Corsicana, Texas 1510 West Fourth Ave. Anita Bornschlegel Denver. Colorado 1329 E. 18th Ave. Orvon Rex Bowers Granby. Missouri Route 2 Charles T. Boyce, Jr. Austin, Texas 3112 D. Windsor Rd. Fred Boyd Nashville. Tennessee 914 N. Znd. Jacob J. Boyer Mineral Point. Penn. Route l Arlene Bennett Morton, Texas Box 67 Jack Berkley Slaton. Texas 82 5 W. Lubbock St. Dormalee Bernard College Station. Texas 305 Kerry. College Park Durward Biggerstaff Kirkland. Box 55 Texas George Billingsley Lubbock, Texas 27 Lois Bixler 09 30th St. Bob Birdwell Levelland. Texas Box 305 Kansas City, Kansas 4129 Eat O11 George R. Blake, Jr. Winfield. Kansas 12 12 Ann St. Malcolm Bland Cleburne, Texas 217 Huron St. Frances V. Bradford Arlington, Texas Route 3 Ann Bradshaw Waco, Texas 2205 Mitchell St. Roberta Brady San Antonio, Texas 412 Natalen Bobby Branch Abilene. Texas 317 Santas Betty Bray Abilene. Texas Municipal Airport June Brecheen Hollis, Oklahoma 324 N. Manning George G. Breen Pecos, Texas Box 206 Flo Brewer Beaver. Oklahoma Box 125 Byrl B. Brockman Quemado. Texas Box 76 315,555 if ss- . 1 . ,. Q X .5 5335 we if QQ? 31' 2. I, 9 ... 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Missouri Box 57 Norma Lee Church Oak Grove, Missouri Box 57 Johnny Clark Bend. Texas General Delivery Joe Clarkston Corsicana. Texas Route 5 Joe Neil Clayton Oklahoma City, Okla. 820 N. W. 18th. Mary Ruth Clement Burkburnett, Texas Box 595 Pat Cobb San Antonio. Texas 1810 W. Summit Willard J. Cochran Richland Springs, 'Texas Route 1 Frances Carr Sherwood, Texas General Delivery Grady Carson Jr. Palestine. Texas 1301 E. Park Ave. Mary Jo Carter Abilene. Texas 1900 Cedar Crest Drive Jean Caskey Dallas, Texas 3209 St. John's Drive Alma Glynn Castleberry Eastland. Texas Rt. 2, Box 175 June Cawyer Brownwood. Texas 1503 91'h St. Eva Nell Chapple Abilene, Texas 690 College Dr. Bobby Cheatham Abilene, Texas 1502 N. 15th. Iva Lee Childers 'Bardwell. Kentucky WWW General Delivery MMA 'W W, Joyce Cooper Rc-chester. Texas General Delivery Alvin Counts Fort Stockton. Texas General Delivery Billie Ward Crafton Houston, Texas 508 Cordell St. Don L. Crafton Houston, Texas 508 Cordell Durward C. Crews Hamilton, Texas Route 2 Naomi Ruth Crisp Crowell, Texas Route 2 Virginia Crume Lubbock, Texas 706 Ave. "R" Bob Cruse Dallas, Texas 2403 Maryland Wilfred Crutcher Shreveport, La. 117 E. Lester ....,.. .,.-. 1 ---'-- : --"' z F Q ...:-.Et Q' FE: 2, t " ' my :gt .,g.,,,,- :.: e -:.: WW , ....,. , 2 --.- e - gf' X . Qi f 5 ' . fx . ---. ., ,,,. N. .::1: :-21::::r::: W E.:.:...-.-:Igq-5 .. t -'-'1 If aw v' Q ,. . -ms.. -51,3 gs - 1 . - 15.1 gif. 9 Douglas Culwell McAllen, Texas 1214 N. 10th St. Noel Cummings San Saba, Texas General Delivery Pat Cummings Gatesville, Texas 206 N. 14th St. Bill Cummins Richardson. Texas Box 262 Yvell Dagnell Kilgore. Texas 1224 Andrews St. J' ack Davidson Mertzon, Texas Box 49 Carolyn Davis Martin, Tennessee 324 Main St. N elle Dawson Conway, Arkansas Route 2 Lila Lee Day Pueblo. Colorado 823 E. 8th St. La Juan Dunlap Midland, Texas 301 N. Pecos John P. Dunn Pecos, Texas 909 S Elm Marjorie Ellis Lubbock. Texas 2432 22nd St. Bill Ellyson Lamesa. Texas General Delivery Bill Etter Childress, Texas Route 2 "J" Pain Dallas. Texas 209 Hollywood St. Norma Fae Fairley Pecos, Texas Box 323 Alene Farmer Eula. Texas General Delivery Lewis Faver Sweetwater. Texas Route 4 Wilma De Busk Slaton. Texas General Delivery Joe P. Degge Kress. Texas Star Route Gaynelle Denison Wichita, Kansas 307 N. Hillside Dorothy Dill Sweetwater, Texas 401 Hailey Si. Helen Dodgen Dallas. Texas 531 Sunnyside Doris Lee DuBose Gonzales. Texas Route 3 John A. Dudney Hendersonville. Tenn. General Delivery Jimmy Duncan Snyder. Texas General Delivery Robert E. Duncan . Quanah, Texas Route 1 Don Finto Lamesa. T Route A Lynn GXHS L. Fisher Stanton. Texas Rt. l Box 16 Bill Fling Cleo Evelyn Flenniken Lamesa. Texas Route A Oakland. California 4459 Montgomery J ere Annette Forgay Swe 10 etwater. Texas 5 E. 5th Doris Jean Forrest Quanah. Texas 707 Main St Nona Foster Amarillo. Texas 910 Lipscomb Betiye Fowler Hope. New Mexico 'Box 186 Mary Joyce Fowler Beaumont, Texas 4545 Maddox Edith Lois Fox Sudan, Texas Route l J. P. Freeman Bananera, Guatemala W United Fruit Co. Neil Fry Tulia, Texas General Delivery Irma Fulbright McLean, Texas Box 546 Joe Funkhouser Hobart. Oklahoma Route 3 Herbert E. Gamble J Cimarron. Kansas Box 798 J. P. Gardner Ft. Worth. Texas 416 Palmetta Bill Gibson Fayetteville. Ark. 157 So. Hill St. Jane Givens Frederick. Okla. Rt. 3 Box 41 Wanda Mae Hale Abilene, Texas 1758 Cedar St. Alton L. Hall Midland, Texas W-Box 818' John Halter Blytheville, Arkansas General Delivery Orrin Homer Hamblin Wichita, Kansas 2436 Newell Gil Hamilton St. Louis, Missouri 10525 Decker Ave. Ollie Harens Knipps, Texas General Delivery Elene Harland Texhoma. Okla. General Delivery Carolyn Harris Abilene. Texas 2502 N. 11th Wanda Lou Harris Eastland, Texas Box 563 Nezebeth Goodman Abilene, Texas 'Box 2075 Shefrral Goodwin Quinlan, Texas Boles Home Marion Grant Abilene, Texas Route 3 Kenneth Green Houston, Texas 5208 Petty St. Runez Gregg Gorman, Texas Box 129 Dail Griffin Clyde, Texas Route 1 Grady Gulley Del Rio. Texas Box 235 Louise Gunn Corsicana, Texas General Delivery Joel Halbert San Antonio, Texas 1907 W. Huisache Billie Harston San Antonio, Texas 310 Congress Dorris Hart Waldo, Arkansas Box 73 Anne L. Harwell Fort Sumner, New Mex. General Delivery M. S. Harwell Fort Sumner, New Mex. General Delivery Mary Brem Haws Tyler. Texas ' 1409 W. Bow Max Haws Tyler. Texas 422-B West Ferguson Luther B. Hays, Jr. Conroe, Texas Box 997 Mrs. Catherine Hebbard Orlando. Florida 309 W. Columbia Ave. J ack Hedgpeth Jal. New Mexico Box 244 Philip M. Hefley Memphis, Tennessee 2301 Evelyn Ave. Billye F. Hellums Waco. Texas 2907 Harrison Parker Henderson J asper, Florida 'Box 151 Florene Hendricks Roscce. Texas Route 1 Val'ntine R. Hernandez Clifton. Arizona Box 1573 H. Earl Herrington Harlingen. Texas 121 W. Filmore St Margie Herrington Harlingen, Texas 121 W. Filmore St. Y.7"1'r'sn High Stamford, Texas 508 So. McKinley St. James Hiler PeaIsal'. Texas Star Route Lois Helen Hood Kiowa. Kansas Route 3 Harold L. Hopkins Wichita. Kansas 5223 W. 13th St. Betty Hornbaker Sylvia. Kansas General Delivery Jerre Howard Midland. Texas 311 N. "D" Nancy Howell Clovis. New Mex. Box 958 Pearson Howell Clovis. New Mex. Box 958 Homer Wesley Howk Abilene, Texas 1401 Austin St. Thelma Hoyt Wichita, Kansas 1044 S. Wichita Wyndal H. Hudson Seagraves. Texas Box 92 Charles J. "Chuck" Hill. Jr. Indianapolis. Indiana 1142 N. Pennsylvania Nina Patsy Hill Martindale, Texas General Delivery Billy Hirth Groesbeck, Texas 505 W. Trinity Lavonne Hirth Groesbeck, Texas 505 W. Trinity Chester A. Hoagland Denver, Colorado 950 So. Corona St. Don Hoagland Denver. Colorado 950 So. Corona St. Bobbye Holden Ft. Worth. Texas 3812 Ave. M Doris Holland Austin, Texas 4707 Ramsey Ave. Jimmy Holmes Amarillo, Texas 701 No. Buchanan St Eugene L. Hughes Roswell, New Mexico 206 West 12th St. Frances Humphries Farmersville, Texas General Delivery Robert Lee Hunt. Jr. Gene Hunter College Station, Texas Box 250 F. E. Abilene, Texas 3539 Grap e St. Joy Hutchens Pampa, Texas 721 N. Hobart Sam W. Inmon Jo Earl Ivie Palestine, Texas 806 Lamar St. Abilene. Texas .Af 438 Peach Street Gerald W. Jackson Farmersville. Texas Route l Marian Jacobs Decherd, Tenn. Route 3 Dewayne Jamison Gray, Oklahoma Route 1 Alvin Jennings Canyon. Texas Box 207 Delos V. Johnson Turkey. Texas General Delivery Betty Ruth Joiner Crane. Texas Box 175 Jo Jones Dallas. Texas Route 7. Box 549 Rosemary Jones Amarillo. Texas 1715 Line Ave. Sue Jones Abilene, Texas 1318 Vine Street Dayton Keesee Anton. Texas Route 1 Lavelle Justus Crosbyton. Texas Route 2 , .st -,.,-., .- .,,, , Q Stephen R. Kramar El Centro, California Route 2. Box 165 Janice Krey Dodge City. Kansas General Delivery Guy W. Lackey Wharton, Texas Box 908 Edna Lea Lacy Albany, Oregon General Delivery Elsie Darlene Lange Katemcy, Texas Box 67 Orene LeBlanc Dallas, Texas 423 N. Hampton Road Bill Lee San Angelo, Texas 225 E. Avenue "H" Virginia Frances Lee Mexia, Texas 912 Titus Street Benjamin D. Leverett Abilene, Texas 704 Elm Street Charles L. Kelley Quanah. Texas 1000 Cain Street Melvin L. Kelso Pueblo, Colorado 557 Pearl Street Bill Kempe Dallas, Texas 706 W. Brooklyn Norman W. Kennedy Pixley. California Route 1, Box 100A Charles Kilgore Clearwater, Florida Box 1443 Guinette Killingsworth Pampa. Texas General Delivery Dorothy Faye King Iraan, Texas 'Box 504 Evelyn Marie Kirby Lometa, Texas General Delivery Mary Floriece Kirby Lometa, Texas General Delivery Merlyne Leverett Abilene. Texas 704 Elm Street Max L. Lipscomb Corpus Christi. Texas 1422 Yuca Court Harold L. Lobley Fort Sumner. New Mexico General Delivery Greta Lockhart F Rising Star. Texas Box 104 Kathleen Lockridge Mullin Texas Route 1 Bill London Spur. Texas General Delivery Billy George Love Tulia, Texas Box 46 Edwin Lowe Palestine, Texas Route 6. Box 235 L. B. Lowry. Jr. Paducah. Texas Box 515 2 8292519 sv see ww Q V dig 3, .2 :f ...- 1 .:,.. : ,., Q!':.,,.:-:fi 9 Q Q4 2 .mmf Q. ,. yi... -aes-pga . as , ..,. .:. , t L, .,.,:- :-:5. If,,'-',:"" ,vyw H 1. J Q , V ,., , , fees .sL.t L wav.-at Q 1'.-.ta .ea-e...:.s-.:a...,.::gw:xaz2-fav: :sas Q SE' EEE? 11'-:I ., " sz 2-tg 5 1- jg Nw- if gs., 8,9 ., '5 '4 Q 9 5 fu, wx 9 X at a 5 'MQ ,Mg .U fa A, .A 4 Neil Lowry Paducah. Texas 'Box 515 Jackie Lugar Bartlesville. Oklahoma 211 E. 17th Street Lura Lee McCasland Bledsoe. Texas Box 95 Maxine McClellan Lepanto. Arkansas Box 578 Don L. McCord Vernon. Texas 3125 Yamparika John W. McCormick Littlefield. Texas Box 832 Leta Mae McCormick Littlefield. Texas Box 832 Berna Lou McCully Crane. Texas Box 248 Lloyd E. McDaniel. Sr. Abilene, Texas 2925 South 2nd Street I .W Preston T. Malphurs Abilene. Texas 1349 Sayles Beth Mansur E Chickasha, Oklahoma 1926 South 13th Beulah Jo Margerum Houston. Texas 715 Hahlo Street Alice Marshall Hartshorne, Oklahoma 315 East Lehigh Avenue Jessie Martin Lubbock, Texas 120 Uvalde June Martin Tipton, Oklahoma Box 35 Jeannine Mathis Mesquite. Texas General Delivery Mary Edna May Loop. Texas Star Route Chichi Meadors Dickens, Texas Box 8 Ferrell Dean McDonald Corpus Christi, Texas 2541 Nimitz Street Chester McElrath Los Angeles, California 1280 E. 127 Street Wilma McEwen Cottage Grove, Oregon Black Butte Route M. L. "Mack" McFadden Abilene, Texas 3374 South 7th Street Jim McFarland ' Dallas, Texas 911 South Horton Road John R. McFarland Lorenzo, Texas Star Route William McKee Clyde, Texas Rcute 2 Yvonne McLeod Maplewood. Louisiana 133 Beauregard Avenue Lila Mae McNabb San Benito, Texas 'Box 1065 Artha Mae Melton Pueblo. Colorado 217 Midway Byron Bennett Merritt Little Rock. Arkansas 1411 Bragg Street J. E. Merritt Little Rock, Arkansas 1411 Bragg Street Roy Dean Merritt Beamsville, Ontario Canada James W. Middleton Brawley, California 213 "B" Street Lucy Miller Eula Texas Route 1 Wayne Miller Eula, Texas Route 1 Clyde Howard Mims Lueders Texas Box 542 Gregory T. Monroe Austin, Texas 908 Burleson Road new MX Nancy Ann Montgomery Tulsa, Oklahoma 3523 E. Haskell Street Raenell Moore Bennett, New Mexico Box 683 Barbara Morris Waco. Texas 1825 Maple Avenue Patricia Morris Abilene, Texas 790 E. N. 18th Street Marvell Nadine Morton Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Route 6. 'Box 462 Tommye Moss Anson, Texas Route 3 Lucille Mullins Abilene, Texas 909 Graham Sybil Mumns Eden. Texas General Delivery Esther Murphy Pleasant View, Colorado Box 208 lm ff Joyce Marie Owens Harlingen, Texas 106 E. Jefferson Peggy Jeanne Page Abilene, Texas 1417 Cedar Crest Drive Addlyn Painter Alamogordo, New Mexico Box 202 Ramona Paisley Crosbyton, Texas Box 164 Jack Duane Parker Crosbyton, Texas Route 2 Larry W. Parker Crosbyton, Texas Route 2 I. L. Parkman Palestine, Texas General Delivery LaVera Parsons Bryan, Texas Route 4 Georgia Patterson Valley Mills, Texas Route 1 Lamar Muston Abilene, Texas 617 Ross Avenue Barbara Nell Nance Paducah, Kentucky 1131 Palm Street Gene Neilson Sandy, Utah Route 1, Box 949 Donald V. Nolan Englewood, Colorado General Delivery Stafford North Abilene, Texas 811 E. N. 16th Street Max Lynn O'Banion Sweeny, Texas General Delivery Charles Ortz Merkel, Texas General Delivery Virginia Overton Beaver, Oklahoma Route E Dorothy Owens Texarkana, Arkansas 927 Locust Street 7 5aEa:a:sE:Ea'f 13 :::":5:5:3:EE5E2,'. -- I:I f:".. sifiifiev ii . at if my 22, k 3, , 1 So. 2 , , 1 tl .af 3 M l t x X " si 1 ..... 5. .Q ",' 1-,j'g-jtfrjy-. :- +. .. 535:52 ' - -::g:--g::aa'2a:s5e:::-if 3 ' 25 .::' . wg-:. ..e:ga:g.:.,:.:. gggggggfggw sf ff? :W Sf ' ' ' " 12932 -may . ' wiwszsz .. 'Q . f' -.- fai l" .V " .,.gir2 55,152 2914333 ' N . ' - '- fEF"':' .:- ,,EiE:::. 1 . - ':1 'I ggjiggif - 2- 'fs' Q.: Q N ' W, LaJuana Payne Childress. Texas 1105 Avenue "E," N. W. Marian Pendergrass Sweetwater. Texas Route 3 Phillip L. Pentecost Harlingen. Texas Route 1 Willie J. Perkins Fort Worth Texas 2017 Lincoln Avenue Jean Petross Blanket, Texas Route 1 Ellease Petty Coleman. Texas 501 West 4th Street Gloria Petty Abilene. Texas 325 Portland Avenue ,i,.kz:3,.. . , -Nz: taxa? XX W., .-5 Q .:-1.: 3 Rv he fe HR' il 41 .f .il Joy Gail Petty Paducah. Texas Box 261 Glen O. Peyton Jena, Louisiana Box 445' ,141-ff -. gglagaxk f X , bla? A3 -:A NS .. ' iii ? , f i 1 , 5 L gg 3355? Qs 9522 K, ... V. .. .. ggga ., 2 . .. . I ' 2' 3s:::.,:: is Q . if " ' 2 .,., , ,.., I .. , ,.,, R .9 V ,. ..:,.,, ,:,,,:..yz., 1 Q ul.. ., . ., ,X . V. -tovizwglliivl . 0, 1,291.7 ,127 'lv V. . X35 y .,.gf.,. aw 5 7' Qing E Q :' :- Q X Q l, V e " if - - ---- .df 'Sf . 5 5 'f 9-iw? as 5 X. Af 1 " " if' 15,5 f' l g :.:..4.. 3... , A .V a Q f f.. i 41 gms If isa, sw ig H ' . ar. - 31 Willie Laura Philley Abilene, Texas Route 5. Box 121 James H. Phillips Tyler, Texas 205 South 'Baxter Avenue William W. Pickens. Jr Spur Texas Route 1 John Millard Pike Houston, Texas 1214 Welch J. W. Pilley. Jr. Memphis. Tennessee 3607 Waynoka Dolores Pittman Tyler. Texas 1733 N. Carlyle Grady L. Pitts Crystal City, Texas General Delivery QW 'Ea 3,,".. , Dovie Pogue Snyder. Texas Route 2. Box 144 Retha Lee Pogue Waxahachie. Texas 102 Joseph Street Wm ,W James Rawlings Eden, Texas General Delivery Naomi Reagan Dallas. Texas 7003 Concord Avenue Grady Lee Reese Carlsbad. New Mexico General Delivery Hubert D. Reese Abilene. Texas 441 Portland Shirley Reese Ackerly. Texas Route l Wilbur E. Reneau, Jr. Dallas, Texas 415 Newell Joan Reynolds Lueders. Texas Route 2 W. T. Reynolds, Jr. Belton, Texas 301 N. Wall Street Jane Rhodes Texarkana, Texas 223 Reading J arita Faye Pounds Vinson, Oklahoma Box 53 Melba Powell Zephyr, Texas General Delivery Kathy Price Loraine. Texas General Delivery Twyla Mae Pritchard Seminole, Oklahoma General Delivery Homer Putman Abilene, Texas Route 2 O'Del1 Quante Brownfield. Texas Box 1148 Albert Charles Randall Edna, Texas Box 441 Tommie Randol Texico, New Mexico A Box 964 Cecil Rasberry Knott, Texas Route 1 Jimmie 1. Richmond Pecos, Texas General Delivery Jane Roberson Weslaco, Texas Route 2 Cecil Glen Robison, Jr. Wichita, Kansas 848 S. Hillside Bessie Lou Rogers Abilene, Texas T8zP Lane Jessie Rollings Altamont, Tennessee General Delivery Dorothy Russell Abilene, Texas 202 Palm Street Faye Sallee Forgan, Oklahoma General Delivery Travis Salmon Itasca, Texas General Delivery B. D. Sanders Lubbock, Texas 1614 Avenue "0" Marjorie Sanders Anson, Texas Box 566 Ray Scott Dallas, Texas 1727 Maryland William Morris Scott Sweetwater, Texas Box 92 .Tack Scribner Grapevine, Texas Box 62 Jeannette Scruggs Abilene, Texas 642 E. College Drive Don Sellers Abilene, Texas Route 5, 'Box 208 Nan Sellers Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1441 N. Kentucky James Shafer Sweetwater, Texas 1003 Silas Street Forrest W. Shaffer Milan, Kansas General Delivery X 1 as M' 5 if , . 4 K ff A Wt Rx X 'k Q SQ A t E J . ' O .,..,,. ' - W' Q., A, 1, Q 1 ,, ,aww :SQ we X MW .gs 552 " 'Q ggi W Sly wt 1 rf? 0 si 1 1 on .sf at fx M, f " .. 'fa 325 ' it A51 Jef 321, 5, 3 Q we 5, as ' in 53 bw 4... , NW? xv e. - 5?"eXf5'I3" , .A ' .,. , , ,, .- -4245 - tag:-::. 'Y 5' N .2 Q ,:, :,-55... - -:.:,...- , y -an jg- , I. , X :':.f .-...L,... f 1- . :f l ., , .wagiyz ' .2 5,?2,ifQ'? , - ' finffi , A E. is em , x .M, ,... A, sw? '- Q f fw K'-We ,. .M ..,.. MQ., , . g-gara:' :-gs. - ... ,.,:a-:.:' ?wzwswg - ' Mt 5EZE2E5,55E5E,E:E5E :g.,:"' f" .V .::5:':5E:E,,,E-' i8.A"?15BSQS' ., at ' 5. - .A s ' . -11 . z , Q , 5 ,. 1' V me 5 . " 'Q -a:5Q:a.,..:. 4 Q 1, . -',gaaas5:. ,. ,., is .. . 15, :F5iais:a:3::a::s::- M ,,,, ., . ,P ' ' ' ' 'WW -' , V - ' w :-:ala "i:?2II if-1' .I. ...:sEfIifi:f':31:::' - U '-. -23 , .,.....s", " 2:25. f " - , ...x ,,.:,.,, . .,:,., . .. .... ..:. ..,:,: . ,.: . ' Q , , " James Carrol Slay Roswell, New Mexico 319 E. 6th Street Charles A. Smith Kelso. Washington H. Davis 1130 N. Pacific Avenue Donald L. Smith Roswell, New Mexico 1303 N. Richardson Ave. Smith Point. Texas General Delivery Geraine Smith " " " ' .ss as -, 5334 3 , ,v. 49 Leon Sharp Grapevine, Texas Route 2 Jean Sheaman Anadarkof, Oklahoma 321 E. Central Jimmy Sheerer Corsicana, Texas Route 1 Carl F. Shelburne Radford, Virginia Route 1 James E. Sheppard Late. Arkansas General Delivery Virginia shepp ard Houston. Texas 118 Glendora Charles B. Shipman, Jr. San Antonio. Texas ' 301 First Street Nicki Shofner Cordell, Oklahoma 420 West 4th John Sikes Roswell, New 106 W. 13th Mexico Street .Q A 2 ... . ., . Broseley' Missouri ,.,. ,.,.. Renee 1 fi elni 2 VV"ll ,. . Lon Truman Smith znzn uuzlnul Abilene: Texas ee he J 526 College Drive .... J Ned H. Smith Abilene. Texas 2825 S. Znd Street Patsy Smith Dumas. Texas I Box 806 Martha J. Soderback Quincy, Massachusetts 65 Greenleaf Street s-fa-.-.w........ .. Winnie Sosebee Anson, Texas Box 189 Bernice Sparks Rotan, Texas General Delivery Ernest M. Spraberry, Jr. Anson, Texas General Delivery Dorothy Spraggins Frederick, Oklahoma 224 North llth Street Perry Spraggins Frederick, Oklahoma General Delivery David C. Sprague Lawton. Oklahoma 401 North 6th Lester Stafford Elk City. Oklahoma Box 335 Bill Stanley Abilene, Texas 857 Grape John Stanley Fort Worth, Texas 4337 W. Vickery Billie J eayne Starr Aspermont, Texas General Delivery Ganelle Stephens Dallas. Texas 6830 Twin Hills Johnny Merle Stephens Abilene, Texas 2210 S. 8th Street Helen Stewart San Antonio, Texas 1735 Santa Anna Lucy Stirman Sweetwater, Texas 121 Mustang Homes Clifford Strickland Jacksonville. Texas Route 4 Ruby Leona Stroud Borger, Texas 928 N. Hedgecoke Ralph Stutzman Indiana, Pennsylvania Route 1 Joyce Tabor Levelland, Texas Route 4 Eldon Turner Granby. Missouri Route l Ouida Turner Chillicothe. Texas Box 488 Velda Turner Lubbock. Texas 1716 Avenue Wanda Lou VanZandt Abilene. Texas 1133 S. 13th Street Clayton Verner Ropesville. Texas General Delivery Nell Vernon Gladewater, Texas Route 1. Box 63 Freddy J' ack Waddell Roby. Texas General Delivery Alma Jean Walker Odessa. Texas Box 2909 Coise Walker Cisco. Texas General Delivery Harry Tansil Sweetwater. Texas 505 Pine Street Barbara Taylor Irving. Texas Box 343 H. D. Terry Abilene. Texas 2625 Hunt Street J ack Thomas Haskell, Texas Box 252 John D. Thomas Memphis. Tennessee 687 Richmond Avenue Bonnie Thompson Evant. Texas General Delivery Sam Townsend Haddonfield. New Jersey 508 Maple Avenue Eugene Tucker Hollis. Oklahoma Route 2 Dan Turner Chillicothe. Texas Box 488 Glen Walker Abilene, Texas 747 N. E. 15th Street J' oe W. Ward Sidney, Texas General Delivery Bonnielyn Waters Corpus Christi, Texas 413 'Burleson Street Cecile Dell Watson Cordell, Oklahoma 501 E. Caddo Billy Watts Morton, Texas Box 52 John Weaver Dalton, Georgia Box 345 Durward Webb Lueders, Texas Box 13 Billy Welch Woodsboro, Texas Box 392 Billie Jo West Galveston, Texas 3214 QV: Fred L. White Abilene, Texas 1365 Palm Street William F. "Bi1l" White Hale Center. Texas Star Route W. C. Whiteside Kirkland, Texas Route 2 Robert Whittemore Houston, Texas C316 Laredo Street Salma Wiest Abilene, Texas 1718 Cedar Crest Drive Larry F. Wiggins Roswe1', New Mexico Route Box 275K Vonelle Wilder Dallas, Texas 9517 Tarleton Street Mary Jo Wilkinson Hawley, Texas Box 135 James L. Wilkison Abilene, Texas 749 Ross Avenue Joann Wood Santa Fe, New Mexico 207 E. Coronado Road Marian Wood Dilley, Texas General Delivery Mary L. Woodard Pecos, Texas General Delivery John Wright Stockdale, Texas General Delivery Harold Yates Eden, Texas Box 127 Carolyn Young Mount Hope, Alabama General Delivery Patsy Joy Younger Sweetwater, Texas 207 Colorado. Texas Loyce Zahnd Florence, Alabama 122 Willis Street Dick N. Qualls Aurora. Colorado 1105 Dayton Don Williams Wichita, Kansas 1007 Ellis Kenneth Williams Hesperus. Colorado General Delivery Lois Williams Burnet. Texas General Delivery Jo Ann Williamson Gilmer, Texas 609 S. Montgomery Street James Dee Wilson Anson, Texas Box 192 Mona Rae Winkles Abilene. Texas 2731 Hickory Barbara Kent Winters Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021 N. W. 21st Street Joe L. Wolf Claude, Texas Box 138 Ralph Wolfert McKeesport, Pennsylvania 1009 Jennyland Bill Anderson Wichita, Kansas 420 Avenue "C" Edwin Bachman Nardin Oklahoma General Delivery Norman Beaver Iowa Park. Texas Route 1 Clara Billingsley Portland, Oregon 1829 N. W. Lovejoy Ernest Boucher Marlboro, New Hampshire Knowlton Street Don E. Box Seymour, Texas Route l Charles Bullock Abilene, Texas 2049 'Butternut Street Leroy Carver Amarillo. Texas 1506 Ong Street I, John Duncan Childress, Texas 1002 Avenue "L" N. W. Murray Followill Deming: New Mexico Box 328 Mary Nell Harper Abilene, Texas 402 Highland Jane Harris Nashville. Tennessee 906 Stockell Street Merle Harston Fort VVorth, Texas 2409 Dell Street Bill Hatcher Detroit, Michigan 17201 Chandler Park Drive Jean Hatfield Wichita. Kansas 5211 E. Murdock Doyle Havins Roswell, Texas 508 S. Ohio Selma Rae Henry Wickett, Texas Box 205 Arthur Hebbard Vernon, Texas 1428 Texas Street Bobbie Moody Crcsbyton, Texas General Delivery Dorothy Mullins Abilene, Texas 2234 S. 3rd Jean Ousley Dickens, Texas Box 127 Johnny Owings Tampa. Florida 3512 Santiago Cline Paden Lubbock, Texas Route 6 Edsel Paden Clyde. Texas Route 1 Lowell Paden Brownfield, Texas Route 5 Wayne Partain Tulsa, Oklahoma 839 So. Kanthus Harold Purdom Paragould, Ark. General Delivery Marian Jacobs Decherd. Tenn. Route 3 Norma Lou Kilpatrick Bolivar, Mo. 613 W. Broadway Morris Lambert Abilene, Texas Norman Lane 1425 Anson Ave. Indianapolis, Ind. 915 N. Ritter Ave. Barbara Laney Hale Center, Texas General Delivery Juanita Lee Maverick, Texas Ruth May Box 63 Ft. Worth, Texas 2309 Lillian St. Edward Mills Washington, D. C. 7004 Ninth St.. N. W. Marilyn Money Waco, Texas 2609 Washington Willard Reel Oak Ridge, Tenn. 437 E. Drive Doris Shelton Amarillo, Texas 701 Forrest Dorothy Steen Austin, Texas 2105 Nueces Evelyn Tenney Tonkowa. Okla. Box 303 John Tysan Saginaw, Texas Box 345 Norman Whitefield Abilene. Texas 766 E. N. 15th St. Gerry Wiest Abilene., Texas 1718 Cedar Crest Dr. aw M Wm ,,,, J, A. A no W, First Row: CFreshman Representativesj Bonnie Watersg Nancy Howellg Don McCord, Morris Scott. Second Row: CSopho- more Representativesb Melvin Simmonsg Leon Kellyg Ray McGlothlin. Third Row: CJunior Representatives? Paul McGaugh ey, Jack McKinney, Marjorie Whiteg Milton McWhorterg A. J. Deans. Fourth Row: CSenior Representatives? Jack Lawrence James Nichols, James Sikesg Norma Jean Quallsg Spike Harris lliombers not included in picture: Dee Nuttg Tommie Baker Jeanne Davis, Don Hardageg Peggy Luttrellg Bill Browng Bea Lowe. ouse of Qep esemtatiues Speaker of the House ..... ee...v J ack Lawrence Parliamentarian 7.,.... ttrrffr rtrfftt J a mes W, Nichols SGCTG-tary 7fee-,AVffee -eeee N orma Jean Qualls RepOrter -rfeeee 7eeeeeef7V-. S pike Harris "It shall be the purpose of the House of Representatives to study and discuss all proposals sent from the Executive Council, to originate, study, and discuss proposals to be sent to the Executive Councilf' This group, inaugurated this year, sponsored an All-Student picnic, served at the Home-Coming barbecue, and discussed legislative measures important to the entire student body. ma mfsomalities A by Christ seeketh your help in e Q your place: give him your hand. , ,X Kitty Hamffes ge. , ' K+ gg gay as Nlgscg :j 5 ' , ,:. ,::,, x Q mile mcwomaid Buster Qixom f ,ignnns-0'-""' ,,,,,,....-.ww .WWW Hzlne Wzcfucycl H f ogle Mqilton Mf ZCfxVLLO1ffU2f fl H16 Li717 1 Qhris Marie gvzzflime Qauiolsom ZQMMIUL Q1f0w0le1f -1 johnny johnstcm - vw H ' wewmqw- wmv ww - , W 'UMQWQ .. W ..... ...,.... x,...,. , . 7 .:., N V97 1' 39 :'E!fmx5":":f:?f:ff'Z'f'Z. 2E f...fIf'5 ffl '23 Zvim awnings joyce Tocfvovf 1 James Black Chet Bogle Bert Brewer Furman Cauthen Chris Clark J ack Currey Ann Fox Kitty Hanks Edgar Herring Peggy Jo Kirkland Ben Lowe Orville McDonald Whojs WMO in Jqmericam 3 'Vw wwww Estelle McLaughlin James W. Nichols Kathryn Patton Norma Jean Qualls Mildred Rampy R. L. Roberts Eugtnia Scott Eugene Tenney olleges and Lmve sities JAMES BLACK Well-Known aaaaaa 7, KRBC Persuasive C Chapel Talks Loyal ssssssss L , at Sports Fan Veteran ,,,,,,,7 an Army Air Force JAMES WALTER NICHOLS Talented ,,,,,,, ,,,s. C , Alpha Psi Omega Pres. Alert l,,,ve,.., ,,,,, A lpha Tau Lambda Ambitious ,,,,,,, W "A" Club Christian ,, ,,,.. , Religious Leader Whoys llvlzo JACK CURRY Capable ,l,,aaaa. aaaaa S enior President Excelling .,aa., a,..al A lpha Chi Pres. Deserving .a,...,. .,aaaaa.aaaa ' 'A" Club Worker .L aaaaaaa B. A. Club MILDRED RAMPY Charming .,,,,, , . , S tudent Council Press Rep. Enthusiastic ,,A,. ,,ii,,,,,, K itten Klub President Attractive ,rerr rerr ' Club President Senior ,r,,, ,,rr,,,, 7 ,rr, W ho's Who MARJORIE WHITE Creative 77 7 er,,7e,. Pickwickians Industrious . 7,,, 7 ,.,7 77 C. S. 0- Dramatic 77 .eerrer Alpha Psi Omega Leader ,r77r,e Junior Class Sec. EUGENIA SCOTT Obliging tr,7 7 77 Optimist Editor Quick-Witted 7 7 7 77 Debater Co-operative 77 77 7 C. S. O. Humorist 7 7 Pickwicker on the Q ampus BUSTER DIXON Genial 7 7Favorite Outstanding 7 7 Who's Who Dependable 7 "A" Club Star 77 77 7 7 Football ORVILLE MCDONALD Appealing 77 77 77 Student Council Pres. Efficient 7777777 77 7 Gamma Epsilon Pres. Progressive 7777 7 Alpha Tau Lambda Favorite 7 7 7 Student Body CHRIS CLARK Forceful 7 7 7 Junior Class President Intelligent 777777 7 7777 77777 7 77 77777 Alpha Chi Winning 77 77 77 "A" Club Speaker 7 77 7 Gavel Club President W hols Who BETTY BUF ORD Hard-working ,v.. , , 7 7 , A sst. Ed. of Prickly Pear Eager to please-and Does! E7EE,E K .4,7,E,EE,EE,E,,E,E, C. S. O. Worthy .EE.EE.....,.,....,EE.E.,r....,..,.... ...., l Club Friend ,... . ..., E .,,,.. -. Who's Who KITTY HANKS Popular ,,o,,. , .oroo Student Council Sec- Willing P ..,.. l oooor ...o.,o.. eoeo ,o.,o C . S . O. President Bustling ...o., s .,,. Business Manager of Optimist Booster o,.o,o oo,oo,A..,.,,.ss,s,,o,oo.,.s.oo,ss, . Kitten Klub on the Qamyfms ANNE MCLEOD BOGLE Married ,r,.r,r Chet Amiable rr....., ..r,rs.... C . S. O. Musical ....r,rs .r,r, A Cappella Sports Fan .s,,, ,,,,.,, K itten Klub Sue l0WLE l30LMCO1 fl ' l Wliss jo his Qathey miss fflorothy Taylor Wiiss Wlemem Grounder miss Bobbye Holdem 33' , W V X F , S S 32 Vniss ilgettye NW9H1 7 f1S v Waiss Hnita QOHJ Mqiss fajmf na Wayne Hume Wcfeovl Bogie 4.1. 4 1 -inw- fmiss Hell 13017211 M1133 11111111110 641011111111 7172183 'M'!Z1fll'iCZ Qox miss 116111011 Ho11'ull 1 4, .- gl, fin'-" Hliss Maggy Icilfklllwfl miss fody powers fmiss Violet Simpson Hliss 1l'Zm-ilyn Smith ,NNHBMWAW , . . Honor Boy MQW. Elms Qlmfle miss Kitty Hawks 3 s 5 E 2 E S 1 a E a 5 mapshots If you cannot be great. be will- ing to serve God in that which is small. The Way to McDonald Presidentis home Ye old Ad Building On the playground What's up, Decker? AH in the family Don't drop them! The long and short of it. What a line! Short stuff Leaving? There must be a man around Lute cramrning Fish president J z r 4 9 3 ,dw , wi' ' "Big D" women Always room for one more Day dreaming Chow-line! When clo we eat?g Ho-hum Gne of those ant infested picnics Amazon Teaching her to fly'??? Looks good lfw-f.3i-NSE The Sleepy Two Something's funny Sunday afternoon No letter today . . Touch football Ready! Aim! . . Zellner Escape me ,ILJ S .ggi WN Hold tight Pals I freezin' Champ Strong man Just got out! Bullseye? R0 Three gals Spring fever bin Hoods? 10. Wish I had some flowers 11.Construction gangg Building ACC 12. Cute gal 13. The gang 14. "Homer" 15. Windy, isn't it? 16. Lost Weekend in Big Spring 17. Advertising Barq's?? iz" ' Sw .. A Q 'Q if swwww Size 12 Don't cry, Chuck No caption Deep thought Open the door, Richard Pick of the crop Brrr! It'S Cold! Did we disturb? Look pretty, please Lighting the bonfire Presentation of Band Sweetheart Let's have a yell Pile it on, boys Guarding the bonfire Q2 Waiter! Waiter!!! Yea, Brewer!!! Umm, good! Barbecue line Fish flag in flame had .N Looks good 7. Crowded, isn't it? Watch it burn 8. Yea, team Come on, everybody, YELL! 9. Take a peep at the score Homecoming barbecue 10. All in the fun of it Chefs 11. Itys a big fire A big pile of junk Roughhouse Annie Ladies of the Exchange By the hair of his head Future cupids? Sheriff Wish I Had a bite Who goes thar? Finley's return Oh, pardon us What makes it tick? Campus stride Down Mexico Way Let's Watch that! Sitting high Enjoying the game? We three Careful! Donit let that man get away Ready for the take off There they are again On the job as usual Q Guess what-? Been rolled, Mary Margaret? What's so funny? Cute puppy- A good idea Mr. and Mrs. Deadpans Three of a kind And he gave his Wife a cook book!!! Hope you make it. It's mine, all mine DOl'17t fall in Why so serious? Teacher or student? Off again Nice subject Bc sure and get the Another line Listen carefully Going somewhere? NAH Hey, Pm slipping That was difficult Just a minutc Swinging high McDonald Julia Hall Stairstep Scarf parade My you're studious Kitten Klub mascot Executive type Well-we've seen bigger Hows about a date, cutie?? Choo, rah, rah, rah!!! Caught in the act Whafs the matter, Mumps? 'tF1'oggie" and the band 5 The ever trailing Kitten Klub 7 The old school spirit 3 Get back in joint 9 Attention! !! 10 Our rivals Left turn Whatis the good WO1'd?? Give a Cheer Whatta crowd? Looks happy Musical charm Whatta man "Abra Kadabrau That Powers model Is tho apple good? Here We are They are not all from E. O. T. M They sing Caskey and Rhodes HBH Team Superman Positively Posed Delta Theta Pledges Traveling heavy'?? Yea, for our side! Will these lines ever end? Sneaking in, Max?? Between classes Going steady noW?? Brother 8z Sister President's home Nice and white Congregation Isn't spring lovely? You're the top What's this? She looks cold Holding up the flag pole McDonald Cuties t'Mist" Jean, The Editor Narrator in the Christmas Carol Flirtatious Eating-as usual Threeys a crowd Another engagement In the shade of the old apple tree Happiness-a thing called love Situation Well in hand These were the good old days Riding his pogo stick Mountain climbing Rubberman Waiting for some one? Hero, catch! Gata Pledge and mascot I haf Is it a goal?? Right in the ole bucket Whatta snow!! Gata roommates Service, please Girls!!! Who snapped this Hello there! one? K K if in UW It's a bulls-eye By the old fishpond An old familiar spot Just leaving Just arrived Hello there Ready? Click! Camera shy Depressed Missing!! One Goat Horr1ecoming?? Let's go DOf17t drop it Rare beauty Cowtown dirt On the Ad building steps How about a ride, Jean? He's prepared Strange love Papa :Sz Mama The Beef Sheriffs posse Take it easy, boy! Poor horse!!!! What's the matter, Kay? They sweep together Is that snow? In the pink Pretty flowers!!! if avg .mu wwe Q-""'W Don't fall On the Way to classes K'Wagon Wheels" Looking over the campus "Nico doggie" POC Bums Campus Limousine Jim and fiancee Abilene from McDonald Domestic, aren't they? Stop at the Book Store A handful of Gatas Jody and truck Ready for Cadette initiation-oh! Umm, ice cream What? No Rug??? 7. Ready for a hike Be careful where you step 8. Pat Watch that boy 9. Against all rules and regulations Those spring classes 10. Band drill-cadence! Holding up the Ad building 11. Brrrr Posing? i,,,,M.....a,,.....M,.,t.,,.,,.M.,M.,.,.,.M-f That handsome man Oh this Weather! Gals, Gals, and more gals. Swing low Snoozing away We see you! Resting Peggy and Benny High flyers Takin! it easy Fighting again Hello, down there!! Wildcats, no doubt They use Ipana Rear View Could they be bored? no That gruesome foursome 8. Watch out, youlll run into Mildred Ditto 9. Which is the dummy'?'?? Those student-Ioody picnics. 10. Relaxing More pledges ll. Some like 'em short, some like 'em tall Mail rush l2. Crazy, but Oh, so happy!! By our twosomcs 13. With a left to the jaw Doh't look now Milolred, but- Just a big wheel Those Wilson boys Issued in two sizes Come on down-she's gone Drug Store Cowboys Sack Lunch Quartet A present from McMurry Caught in the act Looks intelligent What's keeping her? Umm, nice! Junior Miss cast Mission accomplished How long did this last? Who said 'fthree's a crowd? Polishing tha qpple as si S-A Q? HA little learning is a dangerous thing" Shove off, I'm busy Exciting love State your business, Bub! Just along for the ride Positively posed Holding up the flagpole Remember them? D. Nutts Jackfs first "Someday he'1l come along" HU PINS 0119 GIIHIIIS 0110 Ol' rgaziaimtioms 3 e i gif? idly in a heart, set upon doing good, than an Ability to be use- ful." -Wmf rm ms .... ,.., , s- zl: 1 lui. "Nothing progresses more rap- fl Club President -,-,-- A gggeeg T . Furman Cauthen Vice-President -- .V.A...f.......77VVf7 P . H. Hill Secretary w...,..... AA ee eeee James W. Nichols Sergeant-at-arms eeeeee ... . A D on Cranfill The "A" club, an honor society organized by Dr. G. C. Morlan, cele- brates its thirtieth anniversary this year. It was designed especially to re- cognize those young men Who have contributed outstanding service to Abi- lene Christian College. Each year the club contributes something Worth While to the school. The constitution was re-Written this year to invite a larger group of men into the service of the organization. First Row: Bartee, Black, Brewer, Cauthen, Clark, Clement. Second Row: Currey, Dixon, Fain, Fry, Fulks, Grizzard. Third Row: Lowe, McGlothlin, McKinney, McLennan, Nichols, Tenney. ,Ware vga' ' we 'i ff' 4 "" .. - --f- - .,.., :.::Si5g:.z:s.ei"f::-1-2' 1'::::::.:.s::,:.:.as:s-I -1, ' ..w:-a"b:'y 1 ' Q,5Q:55j5,:g5-,3555q:5:5:r.r:?i ,:5: :kr --'- A 3Z:j.E:Zg.E.2:-:"E' '::r:EEEEEEEEEEE.5Efj:3E II Q :,'y,wh2 css:aa-za.z:a:.s+::5.3. 2:5 :ar I-fv:,.:-'sig f 1-5-5:s:::.:::::'::5:,:: -1+ vi-ff-" "" J ' ' If:f:fsf:2s2z1'21:,2f2asaz2a2a'.2::s5 ,,,., ' J -' . " 14, '- " .,, ,,,:3:g,. -,-4:-545 . ...gb , 1.1: - 2,-.1 V-1:.,1:'H-fi t ,.i,s:1:s::::-I-',s-., I-25'gzgz.sgag:g1,s,:gagsgf sg: 525 515- :' t f, , V M61 'Y " 09 Mx ll' -22:1 :as-:-:::- .' , 3 Club President ff . ee Mildred Rarnpy Vice-President f..7d7df rdfdrdrdfdfdrd . .e Ann Fox Secretary -,dddddddddd,-,d .a d.dfdddd ddd, . . Rita Roach Treasurer e aA,-.aa .aaaaa E dna Ruth Brewer "A worthy woman who can find, for her price is far above rubies" is the motto of the W Club, an honor organization to inspire girls to noble Woman- hood and to recognize girls who have rendered service to the college. Activities included homecoming breakfast, Welcoming tea, Silver Tea, and the annual banquet. First Row: Arledge, Brewer, Click, Collier, Dollar. Second Row: Echols, Fox, Green, King, McLaughlin. Third Row: Partin Rampy, Roach, Qualls, Watson. 0' 9 5 MJ' G , fllplza QM President a 7 fa Jack Currey Vice-President 7 a V Ann Fox Secretary 777 aaaaaa K athryn Joiner Treasurer Vr.V7 Marjorie Echols Alpha Chi is a national honor society in which membership is based upon scholarship and character. The local organization, known as the Texas Psi Chapter, was founded in 1926. The aim of the society is "to make scholarship effective for service." Members are chosen by a faculty advisory committee from the upper per- cent of the junior and senior classes. First Row: Arledge, Clark, Cranford, Cummings, Currey, Echols. Second Row: English, FOX, Goodrum, Grizzard, Joiner, Mc Laughlin. Third Row: May, Patton, Rouse, Travis, White, Wicker. l l l ftlplwz lg i Cbmega President 7 --V A V 7 7 V 7 V a W James W. Nichols Vice-President srsrssr - srsrbursrsv Lewis Fulks Alpha Psi Omega, an honorary dramatic fraternity, was organized to provide an honor society for those doing outstanding Work in dramatics. Harriet, a three act comedy under the direction of Mrs. Rex Kyker, was the annual spring production of the Zeta Alpha Cast of Alpha Psi Omega. First Row: Barton, Fulks, Griffin, Hanks, Hendricks. Second Row: Kirkland, Mrs. R. Kyker, R. Kyker, Nichols, White Leader f7 7 7V M elvin Weldon Wlission The Mission Study Class is composed of those persons who are inter- ested in being of more service in the vineyard of the Lord. We believe that since we are "God's fellow-workers" that there is a job for each individual. Along with the informational, another important purpose is that of in- spiration. First Row: Alexander, Arnold, D. Bartlett, E. Bartlett, Beaver, Bentley, Borch, Boyce, Boyd, Brewer. Second Row: Brown, Bryan, Carpenter, Carr, Carrell, Cawyer, Childress, Clayton, Clement, Click. Third Row: Cline, Close, Cook, Cox, M. Crowder, N. Crowder, Curington, Dagnell, Davidson, Dudney. Fourth Row: Duncan, Elms, Eubank, Fain, Gibson, Gipson, Good, Green, Gulley, Haines. Fifth Row: Hall, Hamlin, Henderson, Herring, Herrington, Hillis, Hutchens, Iden, Jennings, Judge. -1 :N-1-1-i .- ,-.- . , - - ' : - sq 1 ..4E:5:1EEEE2:' . 1 " ES :,. ,,.",-125 : I.. lf ' ' 'Q 9 c x Ni i 38 Q 9 4 N ,:::-:::::,:::: Y :::2'E 8:24 , .,.,,. , Y, , ,.,.. y i g 2 . , , Y M A A g I 5 hd 1-':'- :- V- ,::,,:,:, .-:-,M .,.,. .. ,. e '-I-55:5,:::-,::g:,::ag'g:5::.g:, k:-515321,-:z,::-:::-:1::::s:,1g:5:5,+L4:55,gg:gg:5:,:q:5:5:5,gszgqm 5:g:g:g.e,.,.gg:,.g:g:g.'.g,g.::1:g::1g:5:f-,:.,-::4:5s:-:-:,:,r:,:-q:,:,-.:A:--. ,:::E5:4-:.1.gz:15:5:5:g:g:g:5:5i:::-::5:5:::::-:-::5:ng:5:g:5:gg:5:5::g:5.,g:5g1::5-5: M ft.. 'Q' if ' 7 ...I .,:.: ',.f'H...' 2:-'Zi' '1':2'f1E2i,:s:-.::- 'fj"'f 1 ' ,.,,, . X :-': ""...' zzz 1:f' '-'-f :-:-2: .,- :-" z t:'e:-1Q1'eQ 'A 2-r P - in A M X ? ii ,5,,. Fi, ,.., . , 2. .f-5, .- V . .. ..., - .1 ,:.,g,,5Eg: A f in-. fm 'Q' F , ....... 1,:,:v:g.g:L Q. as H is 'H' , ., gg, ,.,,, , ' WW fi Q . ,fx . zgfz. - -.:. lz., . ,Q rorrrrorrrrrf rrrr c i s G r t , ' --.. iil 1 i'i t,., if :'. "" ' 'V . f ' ..,, lv - .-ya.,,...:v:-' 2... X ai' W5 Study Many persons have been inspired to greater service because of the in- spirational speeches from men who have worked in the mission fields. We have had the privilege of hearing such men as Bro. Otis Gatewood, who is a pioneer for the work in Europeg Bro. Jaminez from Cuba, Bro. Colin Smith from Australia, Bro. Homer Hailey from Honolulu, T. H. and many others. First Row: Kemplin, Kennedy, Knowles, Lipford, Morton, May, McClary, R. McPherson, J. McPherson, Mercer. Second Row Merritt, Moran, Neville, Newton, North, Owens, Parker, Parks, Partin, Patton. Third Row: Pendergrass, E. Perry, L. Perry Pope, Puckett, Rasco, Reynolds, Roberts, Robison, E. Scott. Fourth Row: M. Scott, R. Scott, J. Shafer, F. Shaffer, Shipman Short, A. J. Smith, G. Smith, L. Smith, Stevens. Fifth Row: Tenpenny, Thurman, Townsend, Turner, Upton, Waters, Watson Weldon, Whitaker, Williams. gi ls Leader, First Semester Yeeee.e ..eefAee V irginia Green Leader, Second Semester -,ee- eeYee.ee. M ary Close The sister organization to the Evangelistic Forum is the Girls Training Class. Each Friday evening a group of girls meet together to learn more of the Work and worship of the church in every phase of life. Programs vary to meet all the needs of a Christian woman. First Row: Alexander, Allen, P. Atchison, B. Atchison, Barnett, Barnhart, D. Bartlett, E. Bartlett, Baucom. Second Row: Bea- ver, Bixler, Borch, Boyd, Brewer, Brinn, Burrus, Butler, Carr. Tnird Row: Cathey, Childress, Click, Close, Collier, Cox, Crisp, Crowder, Curlee. Fourth Row: Dagnell, Davis, Deck, Dollar, DuBose, Faust, Foster, Gibson, Green. Fifth Row: Griffin, Haines, Hamlin, Hancock, Harland, Herrington, D. Hill, P. Hill, Holton. Sixth Row: Hood, Hutchens, lden, Jacobs, Johnson, B. Joiner, K. Joiner, Jones, Kelso. ' I T VUZWLWLQ QZOLSS Activities this year included visiting the sick in the dormitories, on the hill, and in two rest homes in the city. The class is open to all girls on the campus who wish to increase the abilities and responsibilities in their re- ligious life. First Row: Kemplin, M. Keney, N. Keney, Knowles, Lacy, McClary, McCulley, McLeod, Malone. Second Row: Margerum, Mathis, May, Mercer, Moore, Moran, Morton, Niblack, Overton. Third Row: Owens, Parks, Partin, Patton, Payne, Peters, Pctter, Qualls, Randol. Fourth Row: Reagan, Reynolds, Roberson, Sallee, Savage, E. Scott, M. Scott, Sheppard, Short. Fifth Row: J. Smith, L. Smith, P. Smith, Starr, Stephens, Tenpenny, Terry, Travis, Upton. Sixth Row: Walker, Waters, Watson, Wilder, B. Williams, E. Williams, L. Williams, J. Williamson, Zahnd. ,,....,.. xt z.. '- rfiwwr ' Q2 A , g in -JZ ii X 9 x Q Q in W e, ,fd i Cvmfzgelistic 180 um Leader, First Semester fe----- -------M.-. R . L. Roberts Leader, Second Semester VSVY. eeeeeee W ilburn L. Fry The Evangelistic Forum is a group of young men who are preparing themselves for leadership in the church. Not all of them intend to be preachers, some aspire to leadership in other capacities in their home con- gregations. The group meets once a week to sing, pray, and study together. First Row: Arnold, Boyce, Boyer, Brasher, Brown, Bryan, Cauthen, Chandler, Clement, Clutter. Second Row: Collier, Crafton, Crowder, Davidson, Duncan, Eubank, Finto, Fry, Gardner, Gibson. Third Row: Good, Hall, Henderson, Herring, Humble Johnson, Lackey, Leach, Lipford, McCoy. Fourth Row: McDaniel, Mayr, Merritt, Mitchell, North, Perry, Puckett, Roberts? Shaffer, Smith. Fifth Row: E. Stevens, R. Stevens, Thomas, Thurman, Townsend, Turner, Waller, Weldon, Whitaker, Wright 323' -: ,fi 9 9 i x t 215: si: 2 x 5 A g 'L ' ,..,,, , , QQ, .:-5:5:5:1:5:1:5:, , ,I-1 ' '- , -' I " ..:. .5s'-:ea:E:5:r41 ' az? fi' si'-si' l.-4 W .wa Q--.:.:. 55" Q fl -f a .I-aa-I - vfiifvl' Efff T ..,. w wf QzQf:3.2"2:5ss,:5':fi:i'5:j::,i:i-3222S2522fi-22225122525Siiixeiiiiifififit-1 iir- . 'P r"-2 1' we 91'?'S1?"ffi 'Q f2:ifisEaas:si:E:':rag... ' " 'li' Nagy, 'W .V V ,.,aV , . 1.. . ... 1 ' A 3 ,V ' j'jE"2E5E.j:j' 5? . - ,... . H ..,,, , mf X A A 2-2 1-1 , w ' lozmpus Se vice Q gvmifzvztiom President .... Vf-.-W 7 4- K itty Hanks Vice-President -- f 7 - 7,.--,V.f M arie Chenault Secretary f 7f.-..f f .-. . Anne McLeod Bogle The Campus Service Organization, organized in 1942 in memory of Elizabeth Nelson, serves Hwith love and beyond the line of duty." During the year the club moved the rock garden built in honor of Miss Nelson, re- finished the teacher's lounge, sponsored music hours on Sunday afternoons, served the Homecoming breakfast for the 'tEXes", and sponsored a variety show. M L hlin, Kirkland. Second Row: Scott, White, English, Qualls, Tay First Row: Chenault, Bogie, Hanks, Partin, c aug lor, Rouse. Third Row: Buford, Joiner, Lowe, Luttrell, Dollar, Grant. D, ' Q W M Z f 5, , ' "1::f---:1- g gfss- :s5ag25z:::1:E.:3225:sEEI:::2I'g21-ii--::::.,fag5232355252,t.1.-V..1.1,1,:.:.:,:-:Q-:,.,.,..,,.,,,.1.,.,.,.,.....,. ., x , Y W 11 . - V ' " 3 Editor E A-- f f- - Assistant Editor Art Editor rrrrrrrrrrr Sports Editor ffrrr Class Editors EEEEEE Honorary Editor Sponsor EEEEEE E EEEEEEEEE E YUM Business Manager 4------ Asst. Bus. Manager Snapshot Editor eeer Co-Club Editors ----fee Typists 4f---- Assistants A- J. C. Townsend Chris Clark Jerry Mings Doris Jones Beth Sutphen Wanda VanZandt Marian Pendergrass Nezebeth Goodman Mary Louise Starnes Earline Davidson Louise Adams Mary Jo Carter icky The EClitOr -- f7' f- ff----- f77 E ugenia Scott Assistant Editor ,,fY-.7f..7 YY,,,V.,.. P aul Dulaney Organization Editor iiii i....ii M ildred Harmon Religious r ifVY -,r-VA-, frfiir V 1 77.. James Nichols Harry Johnson Reporters: James Lee, Martha Batson, Alvin Counts, Murray Young, Pauline Springfield, Bill Markum, Donald Nolan, Morris Lambert, Helen Stewart, Alice Marshall, Jack Holt, David Taylor, Bill Nichols, Mary Nell Harper, Anita Cobb, A. B. Martin, Coronal Ellis, Guy Sullivan. From covering a big news-story about the Dallas Symphony to a scoop about the cast of the spring play, personal interviews with unusual teachers, students and famous golf-players, "crusading" editorials and religious news, inside columns of everyday campus doin's, club news, sports campus pic- tures, the Optimist covered the campus of ACC this year. 5 Q, lf xx li A V 3 A 3 N nf Q .- eww Q . 1 23 V? 'L z 5 is :' 3 Qptimist Business Manager s.sssss-,-,-,-' -.--...ss K itty Hanks Administration Editor A----.ss7 .s.-sAA M orris George Staff Photographer -----,,avaaA ------ D avid Sprague Columnists aaf-4-----aa------,a-Yf------.aaa-----,aVaaaaaf,---- A. C. Greene Robert Page Sports: Dan Cabe, Dusty Garrett, Robbie Robin son, Jack Currey, Joe Yowell. Features: Clinton Hurley, T. K. Meredith, Cleve Cullers, Deen Bartlett. And. it was a full time job keeping up with 1450 students! The Optimist was issued each Friday morning after chapel. Most of the reporters were members of the journalism class. Activities of the Optimist included initiating a campaign for new Kitten Klub uniforms and sponsoring the class edtion contest. N.MH.3 a Q p Ei? A A p, M V, THE QFTEMBST oiioifciify Scientific Society President cf-ccccVcccc cccrcccc J ack Smith Vice-President W M ,........,4 James Sikes Secretary ccccccrccccr Ycccccc Marjorie Echols To stimulate interest in scientific achievement and to further the de- partment of natural science in Abilene Christian College is the aim of the Honorary Society of the Science Department. Membership is open to science majors of junior and senior classifica- tion upon proving their ability in scholastic standing and presentation of a research paper. First Row: Arledge, Ator, Coffman, Echols, Gill. Second Row: Grubb, Joiner, Murray, Powell, Rouse. Third Row: Sikes, Smith Templeton, Vivrett, Yowell. Ellen Qictm als President V V VV V 7 G ladys Partin Vice-President aaaa a eeaaeeg Dorothy Taylor Secretary oooooooooo e e oooooooo oooo J ean Smith Reporter oooo oooolf. o7o.oVo M o na Scott Historian tttttt tttttttt A nnie Lois Iden Girls, girls, and more girls make up this busy group organized to deve- lop a professional spirit of home economicsand promote better relationships among girls in a common Work. The club this year made curtains for Boles Home, sent delegates to both state and national conventions, and heard lec- tures on frozen foods, careers, grooming, and clothing. Social activities in- cluded a Christmas party and a Sweetheart banquet for the annual formal affair. First Row: Alexander, Arthur, Baker, Brecheen, Click, Collier, Cox, Finsterwald, Fowler. Second Row: Garner, Haines, Her- rington, Hillis, Iden, Jones, Lee, Linn, Malone, Third Row: Margerum, Martin, Meadors, Money, Moore, Morris, Morton, Over- ton, Owens. Fourth Row: Painter, Parks, Partin, Paul, Pounds, J. Reagan, N. Reagan, Rhodes, Runyan. Fifth Row: Scott, Shep- pard, J. Smith, P. Smith, Stirman, Sutphen, Taylor, Upton, Welch. mm WS an :::.g::iQE. - St img zlzcme a Louise Adams, Thelma Hoyt, Audie Graham, Lois Bixler Q Chestifa Violins: Adams, Hoyt, Alexander, Fowler, Barnett, Neece, Carrington, Liles, Mills. Tympany: Grisham. Cellos: Bixler, Lanier. Viola Graham. Horns: Rogers, Aston. Oboe: Harper. Clarinets: Berry, Barnett. Bass Violin: Starnes. Saxophone: Spears, Bryant. Flute: Fehl Corncts: Writake1', Hall. Q ollege QZQOVMS President 7 a a W, . Vaughn Young Vice-President af ar a W Y Leon Kelley Secretary eereerre W Y Violet Simpson The College Chorus, under the direction of Leonard Burford, was first organized in the fall of 1946 for the purpose of offering to every student an opportunity to sing, and to encourage a better understanding and enjoyment of good singing. The activities for the year consisted of chapel programs of various types. First Row: DuBose, Rasor, McLeod, Allen, Garner, Iden, Smith, Walker, Second Row: Bishop, Kilpatrick, Mills, Crawford, Boyd, Owens, Simpson, Robertson, Third Row: Sallee, Carr, Williams, Jennigs, Jcnes, Money, Lee Harshbargerg Fourth Row: Phillips, Jackson, Carver, Young, North, G. Kramar, Coffman, Fifth Row: Rasco, S, Krrmar, Kelly, Puckett. awww Futu c-3 Teachers f Jaime ical President v Y, , -. E r nest Grizzard Vice-President reeeeef ..-... F urman Cauthen Secretary 7feeeV-ff7e -...ee E dith Kemplin Reporter .,.4-- ee.. N ita Netterville The James F. Cox chapter of the Future Teachers of America Whose purpose is to stimulate interest in teaching both as a profession and as a community responsibility, included in the year's Work a number of informal social gatherings as well as presenting a program in chapel which related the dramatic story of education from Aristotle's time to the present day school. First Row: Bowers, Brewer, Brinn, Cauthen, Dacus, Finsterwald. Second Row: Grizzard, Herring, James, Kernplin, Netter ville, Patterson. Third Row: Perry, Stevens, Whitesides, Whittemore, Filbeck, Morlan. sex. i K "1":'3'ffIE'1E1Z5 '- 1 . Q T522 :aae:s:':s:a-::1'::2::5s5-1'f:f':'.2,::55s5ss:: .-.,, , ..-. : if-. dr If Q 5 S QIjjg'Zg.- ,2,. ,gig Vg- ':e,age5s5a5e:5525e:25 rrgirzygagirf- M V -::4:::g:: .2 Q 'iff YUM Beta President - . ggggggg E arl P. Stevens Vice-President ,-..eee eefeeefeeereeeree E d Herring Secretary .....eeeee e,.ee.,eee7eAeV L oveta Frederick Reporter eeee.eee eeeeee M argie Raye Barnhart Phi Beta, a literary club, Was organized in the fall semester of nineteen hundred forty-six with eighteen charter members. It is founded on the be- lief that much and varied reading and discussion increases ones Wealth of knowledge developing a more Wholesome personality. The motto of the or- ganization is "There is no past as long as books shall live." Programs consist of book reviews, lectures on literary subjects and so- cials. First Row: Barnhart, Foster, Frederick, Gipson, Herring, Second Row: Jones, Kilgore, Scott, Stephens, Stirman. Third Row Stevens, Sutphen, Upton, Anderson, Hamrick. lgicku ickivms President .-.. ., . . Marjorie White Vice-President ' . R uby Griffin Secretary , - . -...if Eugenia Scott First ROW: Batson, Bowers, Brownrigg, DeBusk, Greene, Griffin, Jaronitzky. Second Row: Keney, Kirkland, Knox, Liles Meyers, Moser, Netterville. Third Row: Overton, Pendergrass, E. Scott, Thomas, White, Garrett, Watson. isle ju mum HHH A x I NK L Z :IIQ v,g. .,-M lll, 2 Ivnluvlz EE .... ..,. 1 .:1.. .,.,. .V.,,,:,,,.:,: :,:., , W l if . : : I 'A"' . lf, errri f P 6 ,,,,, i ddo o, , S ll r o eilri P iiiii errr lii S is ,..., EEE. -EE,:.., , v..v,.. 1 X 2 , TI his Lumeri , 5,5 zz. , , ::.,, zzibi In 152 In ,::: :5:.. I Y- , at a::- . , ..,. ,. , Q I . 1 ERUUDER P ! , DH , r rr 5 LIHLDRI P President - A,, --,4f--, . V . P eggy Luttrell Vice-President ---, .. ... K itty Lowe Secretary eeYeeVee--- e4A.eee.ee J eanne Davis Reporter --eeeeee ee..eeeeee B ruce Good First Row: Bornschlegel, Burrus, Glasscock, Hall, Joyce. Second Row: McKinney, Phillips, Rhodes, Robberson, Smith, Spears, Williams. ua tel Mac Bartee T. Roy Finley Ray McGloth1in Jack McKinney Sexes Betty Williams Kay Dollar Layne Baldridge Dorothy Deck Barbara Bishop Jeannette Scruggs H 80291991101 Qiio us President ,-----r'ff"f .-r-V7 J ack McKinney Vice-President . ' f A-.....f..A7 ... M ac Bartee Secretary V - f,- V A nne McLeod Bogle The A Cappella chorus is an organization of students who strive to pro- mote a deeper appreciation for choral music on the part of participants and audiences. Projects for the year include two tours, two formal concerts, the light opera, Iolanthe by Gilbert and Sullivan and many miscellaneous per- formances. First Row: Deck, McClellan, Gipson, Bartee, Finley, McGlothlin, McKinney, Simpson, Marshall, Scruggs, Ballard. Second Row: B Williams, Carpenter, Dollar, Haws, Vaught, D. Williams, Fulbright, G. Ewing, Cook, H. Ewing, Clayton, Cauthen, Bishop, R. Al- exander, Caskey, E. Alexander, L. Baldridge, Bailey. Third Row: Cobb, Bogle, Winters, Church, Hannah, Kendrick, Lipford, Flet- cher, Mansur, D. Baldridge, Qualls, Darms, Muns, Linn. fe X ,, ,- Y Hggie QZMZ7 First Row: Bech, Barber, Bohannon, Boyce, Canon, Eicke, Dick Garrett, Don Garrett. Second Row: Jamison, Knox, Kramar, Lee, McFarland, Pickens, Qualls, Randall. Third Row: Stutzrnan, Taylor, Walker, Watson, Watts, Williams, Wilson, Davis. Ltd qudtt 501141 BUIUL President 4 f 1. J . C. Townsend Vice-President V. Y ... E ugenia Scott Sefrretary f --' f ff 7 ' f K atherine Lowe Treasurer --eeeee Lou Nelle Peters The purpose of the Alpha Tau Lambda Literary Organization is to pro- mote open-mindedness, scholarship, and reflective thinking among students of Abilene Christian College. The purpose is carried out through debate, free discussion, interest in current development, and Christian association. A banquet and discussions of vital topics were the years main activities. First Row: Brown, Buford, Clark, Clement, Good, Grant, Grizzard. Second Row: Jaronitzky, Knox, Liles, B. Lowe, K. Lowe McDonald, May. Third Row: Mayr, Nichols, Peters, Scott, Townsend, White, Whitehead. , VV In If :Ib f"'3:E , '31 '-fm Q nf Q-,W ii' Sm Beta iili President a -V- VAf "' f7 V H a rtsell Johnson Vice-President - , f, B illie Joe Thomas Secretary ssssssssssssssss ssrsssssssrs J oyce Tabor Reporter eeeeeer s-.sVss T ina Chorice Eta Beta Pi is an organization composed of students Working in the dining hall. They strive to Work together in Christian love. The motto is "Be kind to your brother". A Christmas party, Valentine party, apple party, and the annual picnic make up the year's activities. First Row: A. Anderson, P. Anderson, Bayless, Brown, Chorice, Clarkston, Duncan. Second Row: G. Griffin, R. Griffin, Harri son, Hood, Hoyt, Johnson, Lacy. Third Row: Leach, Love, Mitchell, Moran, Pogue, Runyan, Savage. Fourth Row: Sheerer Smith, Tabor, Taylor, Thomas, Williams, Wolfert. owe! CQM9 President --f ---------- . C hris Clark 'VlC9-PI'eSlde11l2 ------ . ...,.. Rgbeft F31-1-af Secretary --- .. .M--.. .. .. E ugenia Scott Parliamentarian -.ff4. f -Vf-f H GIWSCU Johnson The Gavel Club this year sponsored the annual intramural tournament at Abilene Christian College which included debating, orations, one-act plays, extempe, impromptu, after-dinner, and radio speaking. Members were sent to many tournaments Where they Won high honors. First Row: Barnhart, Belgarde, Birdwell, Brown, Byers, Clark, M. Clement, R. Clement, Crowder. Second Row: Fain, Farrar, Frederick, Hammontree, W. Hammontree, Harper, Henderson, Herring, Humble. Third Row: Hunt, Johnson, Justus, Kelley, Kemplin, King, Lee, McGaughey, Mansur. Fourth Row: Mayr, Minnick, Neville, Nichols, Parks, Paul, Pounds, G. Reese, H. Reese. Fifth Row: Scott, Shafer, Shelton, G. Smith, S. Smith, Thomas, Travis, Whittemore, Wright. - H- - --- -H, , .ww-... F 5 f as f :-':. .,,. .,., - 5. Q it Zu... ,," . ..,.z A ,.-2 Q, qvuh z xx 35' 5' ' Q I 'ic Y .1-:-,.::,.:: M, Q. .. IH.: -,.,., , . , - t .. Q 3 if fd' 5 , as 'N Q ,C Q '1 x Q 3 ,il V . -H.-1. . I .Sn . ,.:,. V. tv .,. , Q x , s .,..,. is . . 3 53.4 Eg Q-9' - ,ig 4 r asia f ' X I ll Q 3 . Z: . . , , . Q4 ec . 3 l f: ' "fE1"iI:551'E52- , .. ,. .. ta, 1. ' :-:-:..:.g.g.:. 9 " S39 "', 4 ' . ..,- , 311. -:-ee-- -t1'1--':1 - --- - Iz- Q . . ' . 'mfs Q ,I 5 . .,.,, , 5:1 iw.-,,.. ! .. .a ssi iz., -,:::::: , . , A - ., ,... Q, .... ,gg f 9 , Q6 A ..... ... - 2 ..., I , ..,r-..:. - irz. Q -Q -.e in rerrrs ...Q ... 1rrrr-1 k:a1t T at sls -k:i-a- f S H ar , N Vnz. . b,,. ..... T ..,: ,,, . . . ,.., ,. ...-.., 55:35 , W 25, ,rf wk E,,, , -E1- ,,,.,., .v ,5 in W we Qi ' - - Clarinets: Berry, Barnett, K. Joiner, L. Johnson, Reagan, Crutcher, Harland, H. Johnson, Birdwell, Hood, Barber, Bailey. Alto Clar- inet: Bryant. Bass Clarinet: Mayr. Percussion: Fox, Starnes, Robberson, Fowler, Corder, Hudson. Flutes: Fehl, Durham, McLeod French Horns: B. Joiner, Havens, Rhodes, Aston, Brown, Rogers. Basses: Shafer, Lindley, Beck, Sullivan, Stevens. Cornets: Whit- aker, Hall, Mason, Waddell, Terry. Saxophones: Spears, King, Pittman, McCord, Arthur. Trombone-S: Garrett, Monroe, Tansil, Bogart Havens, Hornbecker. Baritones: Caloe, Young, Breen. M.. if Wildcat 1 emo! President srssresraa rssrss Dan M. Whitaker Vice-President 7 ,,-e,V ..,,,s L owell Johnson Secretary as .sssssss. L sssss Kathryn Joiner Reporter . ..ss. ,..s.fssfe,Vv,v- D an Cabe 1 i A "Froggie" Rogers Bill Davis Drum Major Band Director The session 1946-'47 was a banner year for the Wildcat Band. With director Bill Davis presiding on the stage and in the rehearsal room, and high-stepping 6'Froggie" Rogers leading out on the field, the band presented several concert programs and added color to all the local athletic events. As a climax to the band's part in the homecoming activities, Jeanne Davis Was presented as the Band Sweetheart. The social life of the Band consisted of two skating parties and a ban- quet at the Wooten Hotel. fo ftleg es President eeeeeeee, -N - V a lentine Hernandez Vice-President we A, ...-... W ynelle Watson Secretary nnnnn ..,nn.. N ina Tenpenny Reporter eeeeee i ..eeee Bill Reeves Los Alegres, an organization of students interested in Spanish, meets to become better acquainted With the language and culture of Latin-America. The social activities are used to bring about a closer relationship with the people of that country. First Row: Barnett, Baucom, Borg, Boyd, Burrus, Campbell, Carroll, Cummings, Echols. Second Row: Finto, Flennikcn, Fowler, Fox, Gibbons, Givens, Griffin, Hardy, Hernandez. Third Row: Holton, Howk, Jarrell, Jones, Kilgore, D. King, R. King, Kramar, Lindsey. Fourth Row: McPherson, Malone, Mansur, Mathis, Maxey, Owens, Patterson, Priestly, Puckett. Fifth Row: Sellers, Sheerer, Stroud, Tenpenny, Travis, Walker, Warden, Watson, Williamson. isa. .:iJ:-1 if . ... -A . , . g. are v-:aww X :Zia "A" Q' ai: 553 6 W9 , rg 3 ' 2 as , . ,,.., X z,.1 -:'- 2 vlzr 'ele " , I -:.1. 3 '.-: V Qi 3 fa if lv , ' f-if Q sf . W H. fx:-.:::'1r: :I:I:2:2,:-:,:.'1 'lvl :,. w1g55:3::3E::, 'V--' Science A lub President . -V ...... J ames Sikes Vice-President ---- aa ,.. .. J ack Smith Secretary -. 7 7 T aa.. Marjorie Echols Reporter eferefi erre .weeeferf J o e Yowell The Science club is an organization for those interested in any of the branches of natural science. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in science and to provide a well-rounded science curriculum. The club participated in the Annual Texas Academy of Science Convention in Dallas. Research pa- pers were written by some of the members and permission to publish the magazine TASCA was granted. Many fine programs and socials have been enjoyed by this group. First Row: Alexander, Arledgc, Belgarde, Bennett, Burton, Carroll, Coffman, DeHaes, Echols. Second Row: Grubb, Hays, Howk, Humphries, Kelley, Lee, McCord, McLeod, Morton. Third Row: Merritt, Moser, Murray, Neville, Owens, Paul, Pogue, Powell, Reese. Fourth Row: Shelton, J. K. Sikes. J. Sikes, J. Smith, W. Smith, Soderback, Sosebee, Stewart, Taylor. Fifth Row: Templeton, Vaught, Vivrett, Wagner, Whitehead, Wicker, Williams, Young, Yowell. fi auch GMD First Row: Alexander, Chorice, Howell, Randol, Finley, Carr, McNabb, Day, Melton, Owens. Second Row: Hurley, Lawrence Brasher, Rasco, Dr. Schug, Fulbright, Cook, Kelly. mic fustigem Kozmeravlcm President --fv ' f47 f 7 M oody Coffman Vice-President ---- eeeeeee W illiam F. White Secretary -f -A-- . M artha Soderback Die Lustigen Kameraden or the German Club was first organized in the fall of 1946 to stimulate an interest in the German Language and customs. The motto translated is 4"Joy through comman worship." Activities include a picnic and the annual banquet. First Row: A. Harper, Neville, Benton, M. Harper, Batson, Waters. Second Row: Parker, Powers, Herring, Birdwell, Jennings 'N-. M , lwclpomemeom President e else .. .. V ... ., e . k Lewis Fulks Vice-President eeeee eeeeeree J ames Walter Nichols Secretary .ee..eeeY eeeereeeeeereee M arjorie White First Row: Adams, Alexander, Allen, Baucom, Beck, Bell, Bishop, Borch, Brownrigg. Second Row: Campbell, Capps, Carter, Clement, Childers, Crowder, Darms, Davis, Decker. Third Row: Fain, Farrar, Fling, Fournie, Fulbright, Fulks, George, Griffin, Hanks. Fourth Row: Harris, Henderson, Holden, Hunter, Hurley, Jarrell, Jaronitzky, Jenkins, Justus. Q 9 if Q at .4 Q Y .. , playa S Melpomenean Players enjoyed a successful year full of activities and fun. Formal receptions were held for initiates in both the fall and spring. Programs included many one-act plays directed by students, and several socials. Major productions of the year Were "Holiday", "Junior Missw, "Dicken,s Christmas Carol", and "Harriet,'. The members have participated in many programs both on and off the campus. First Row: Jones, Kendrick, Kirkland, Lec, Markum, B. Mansur. V. Mansur, Mathis, Mayr. Second Row: Meixner, Meyers Mings, Minnick, Moran, Murphy, Neville, Nichols, North. Third Row: Parks, Paul, Peters, Perry. Povvcrs, Randol. Reel Runyan, Rushing. Fourth Row: Scott, Sellers, Shafer, Thcmas, Whitehead, B. Williams, K. Williams, S. Williams. Yovvell. ammo Epsilon President fFirst Semesterj C .... .... Ben Lowe Vice-President eeee aa a James Etheridge President CSecond Semesterj . Orville McDonald Secretary eeeeeeeeeee eeeeee L ou Nelle Peters First Column: Boucher, Jones, Bryant. Second Column: McDonald, Etheridge, Carlile. Center: Freeman. Third Column: Lowe, Owings, Hammontree. Fourth Column: Peters, Mallory, Exter. Qifpitesivm Society President -f -- V--V f A A.-7.-. B arbara Bishop Vice-President V A B ill Cook Secretary oooooooo-- T -----vo e oo..o,o. Dorothy Deck Publicity Manager oooo..V oooo.oooVoooof D on Liles The Orphesians, a newly organized honor society for music lovers, is based on musical scholarship and performing ability. The purpose is to pro- mote serious musical interest and activity in Abilene Christian College. The colors are red, standing for allegro, and gray for andante. These Orphesians stress personal composition through the motto: "Music is in all growing things." Counter-clock-wise: Rhodes, Malone, Ewing, Close, Cook, Bishop, Deck, Liles, Terry, Fulks, Muns PI'eSid6I113 ffff-'f'-f 5 5, 5 Noble Harris Vice-President 5 ' 5- 5 Chet Bogie Secretary W .Carolyn English Business First Row: Aston, Bailey, Barnhart, Berry, Bley, Bogie, Bourland, Brinn, Bryant. Second Row: Cabe, Carrington, Cauthen, Chenault, Clardy, Cobb, Cullen, Cullers, Curlee. Third Row: Currey, Curington, Danley, Davidson, A. J. Deans, J. Deans, Derryberry, Elliott, English. Fourth Row: Exter, Farris, Fehl, Fletcher, Fulbright, Garner, George, Gibson, Gilillanol. Fifth Row: Givens,V. Green, R. Green, W. Hammontree, W. C. Hammontree, Harris, Hart, Hays, Henry. Qi fiixik '5 5 5' g if 2iI'i::::"51- 1: 1- '- is :MM 5 -' ' QQ . ,.,.f .QT A nlz, . ,. 'i 2 Q fx ' sw .5,5.5.,5, , ,,. ,.,.,.. . -- 'Sf - . gsx w 2, f so 2 if is , ..,. I 2 X5 X 4 ,5 V if 5' 13' 24, QQ X 3 an Q 1 Q' A ,,5,:5E: , '-" I - Ak: 'Ii -' ' ..,, -, . .- V-" 5 ziiffiq ,,., X ss N5 3 , Hi. 3 ww 'VQYQ X 1 '49 .:. , ' ...ar me 5 svwgw? av 9 s ,, . ..5:.5.5:5:5. -:525-5, 5 5:52525 5 - ':?II1 - Wx- ' 52. T 1' Tkaafss . SI ' as , Board of Directors: Gene Hicks, Fred Givens, Curtis Wisc, Milton McWhorter, Bill Prude. Hvlmimist ation First Row: Hicks, Higgins, Hilton, Hodges, Hopkins, Humphrey, R. Hunt, T. Hunt, H. Jones. Second Row: W. Jones, Joplin, Jordan, Kennedy, Krisell, Lee, Linn, Manly, Markum. Third Row: Marshall,Martin, Mings, Morgan, Morris, Muston, McCall, McClendon, McLennan. Fourth Row: McLeod, McWhorter, Nash, Neece, Owen, Poteet, Prude, Sanders, Sorrells. Fifth Row: Terry, Turnbough, Vaught, Warden, Whitlow, Wise. E. Starnes, L. Starnes, Taylor, ,i t, 3 an Q IEEE55Tiiiiitiiiiifiiiiiiif fi. 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'x X s5:s:2:5:.1Z3E:2.-. , 3 In S 3 59, ."'5 12: :'i:5:5: t S' WZ ' 5001401101 Qoumcil President ' f7V. 777 Ann Fox Vice-President V -. a 7 Gladys Partin Secretary V V , V V M ary Close First Floor Governor rrrrfrrr rrrrfrrr J o Ann McClary Second Floor Governor reeeee erffeeeeefrr R uth Mercer Third Floor Governor ....... .......... B everley Elliott To give the girls a voice in the "family life" of the dormitory, McDonald Council was elected by the girls living there. This years activities include sending flowers to the sick and for funerals, Clark's Commentaries for the Japanese, completing their set of china, a mirror for the parlor and a Christ- mas party for the girls. Partin, Martin, Stewart, Mercer, Close, Parks, McFarland, Petty, OWCHS, Ellifm, FOX Linn, UZZMEV Qovmcil President .--ff----,f 7 V Vice-President f 7 ---,f Secretary f 7-V- V 7 -AA 4---V f V First Floor Governor eeeeee .e.e Second Floor Governor Third Floor Governor g Kitty Hanks Marjorie White Mildred Rampy Thelma Boyd Carolyn English June Linn Zellner Council was organized for the purpose of assisting the girls in the dormitory Whenever possible. The officers, a president, vice-president, secretary, and a governor and two representatives for each floor, were elected about six Weeks after the fall semester began. Hanks, Williams, Boyd, English, Rampy, Griffin, Turnbough, Bentley, White QUWVLGTWZ President V 7-VffVY- .... J erry Price Vice-President ....... 4. A L owell Perry Secretary - Vf ----... J erry Mings Reporter . ..-...f J ames Lee The Camera Club, newly organized photography club, has as its purpose "To promote a general and appreciative interest in portraying the beauty of life through the art of photography." "We strive to enlighten the sunny realm of life," is the club motto. Activities were one word snapshot contests, pictures for the Prickly Pear, lectures, demonstrations, parties, and picnics. First Row: B. Williams, L. Perry, Crowder, D. Williams, McLeod, Mings, Davidson, Morgan, Northcutt. Second Row: Johnston George, Anderson, Lee, Perry, Watson, Clutter. Third Row: Shafer, Johnson, Price, Sprague, Millcr, Reel, Hamilton. z,.,,, Badminton GMD President - ,,- A- f,---- .,. C het Bogie Vice-President ------., 7 Y .Af.. ... 4... P ete Jones Secretary ....f .A- ... 4.. A nne McLeod Bogle Sponsor ,fvofAf ......,f.fo,. E ugene Tenney The Badminton Club, back in full swing this year with the return of Eugene Tenney, is an organization to promote good sportsmanship, increase interest in the game of badminton, and to develop players for tournament participation. During the year members brought back trophies from South- Western Texas Intercollegiate, and Texas Open tournaments. The TAAF tournament was sponsored by the club here in Bennett Gymnasium. First Row: Walker, Garner, Hines, A. Bogle, English, Demic, West, Luttrell. Second Row: Decker, C. Bogle, B. Bogle, J. Deans Third Row: A. J. Deans, Smith, Holland, Merritt. 4 ...fi Q intl? WW? llflP'lPY i si RESIDENT Q5 Hamas l i NDLIBH Damn: avec 32 :L l E fm A ,i f A I 1: V .:,.v ?'ia.1zx1, V .-..,,, . Qs I 5, ,T FEE J S J 'Z XA l WHITE n Gm A i by lauwfr 4 aa , ali a aa A + irauu r ,W r '3 W? Q9 p lv zzi: i6,. , IBLHUK UPURD UHUL5 REHBBN President fYY-ffYYffff-f",f'f ffrrfr M ildred Rampy Vice-President -,Y -. 7 , K itty Hanks Sergeant-at-Arms aaaaaaa ..w f M argery Demic Secretary . Y A . V . aaaaaaaa Carolyn EngliSh KO-JO-KAI, an outstanding social club on the campus, has as its pur- pose to stimulate social activity, to create a closer feeling of loyalty and friendship to the school, and form a bond of love and fellowship among its members. Girls are selected because of their personality, high ideals, char- acter, and ability to find their place in college life. Activities this year included the home-coming breakfast, top hat presentation, hamburger supper, spring picnic and banquet. The motto of the organization is "Push, pull, or get out of the Way!" Welton Theta First Row: Glenn, Taylor, Humphrey, Bailey, May. Second Row: Thomas, Lawrence, Powers, Jaronitzky, Knox, Smith, T Hunt, Henry. Third Row: Harper, Sanders, Crowder, Ballard, Cox, Jordan, Derryberry, R. Hunt, gotta President Y -- , A nne McLeod Bogle Vice-President . V.. .4 Y .. B illie McNabb Secretary ,7 .... Y . 7 .A.f. J une Linn Reporter eeee..n.. eee..VA P eggy Kirkland Seventeen girls in red and white make up the GATAS, the oldest social club on the campus. It was formed in 1920 for the purpose of developing in- itiative, leadership, character, personality, and to make more pleasant the memories of college days. Activities were presentations, hayride and picnic, homecoming breakfast, informal dinner, and the annual picnic. First Row: Dollar, Pounds, Phillips, Roberts, Linn, Winkles, Bley. Second Row: Cobb, McClendon, McNabb, Muns, Chadwick Patillo, Kirkland, J. Linn, Hejl, Bogle. QUM Qmega Uni. Fall Spring President . V V 7 ., T . ee 7A, Buster Dixon President ee aeeaaeee ee Y , V ..f Hollis Manly, Jr. Vice-President l , lf Y - , J . C. Hejl Vice-President eeeeeee 7A f -, H enry J. Jones Secretary l l l. --- R o y Bourland Secretary e -, eeeeeeea J . H. Grubb Treasurer .-ee. Jamie Chenault Treasurer aaaaaa araaaaa W ayne Hefton Reporter ....e... .eeee.e.eeee. e eeereef P aul Dulaney Reporter eeeaeare aeeeYeeeee..., raeeeee. . . H Dan Cabe Sergeant-at-Arms ee.-NVe eeaeea- B ill Fielder Sergeant-at-Arms eee.-- a .Veeeeee Ray Smith Phi Omega Chi is an organization-"to foster a wholesome spirit of friendliness and democracy-" The year's activities include the homecom- ing breakfast, picnic at State Park, return of several '4Exes", and initiation of pledges. First Row: Grubb, Coward, Vaught, B. Manly, Estes, Cabe, Second Row: Carter, Hefton, H. Manly, Gililland, Kendrick, Bour- land. Third Row: Wagner, Chenault, Jordan, Jones, Dulaney, Wise, Hejl, Prude, Smith. at Fmtc Sovlalis President ....A.A f Vice-President - Secretary .A ....... ..4 Sergeant-at-Arms --- Jack Currey Jack Lawrence Bill Decker Rob Henderson Frater Sodalis, a men's social club which was organized in the fall of 1943 with Dr. G. L. Belcher as sponsor, has concluded another successful year. Although there were many activities, the main event was a banquet at which the club sweetheart was presented. First Row: Townsend, Bogle, Hilton, J. Deans. Second Row: Krisell, Carter, McGlothlin, Page, Bartee, Rhodes, Martin, A. J. Deans. Third Row: Scott, Lawrence, Currey, Decker, Henderson. "M-w,,.,9,u-v E """'--.. L Uwlettes President a-if V'-7'ffVV -, f. -f M arie Chenault V106-President rrfrrrrr - A lvah Jean Henderson Secretary b eeeeeeeee eeee .eeeeeeeeeee J o Iris Cathey Treasurer g. . Verr. err. .rrfrr . ff7V.77Y..VV..V eeeeeee L a V erne Burk Corresponding Secretary . .eo.e 4.ee Eugenia Scott 'There is something about a soldier that is fine, fine, fineiv This is par- ticularly true of the Cadettes, a social club organized twelve years ago to promote a feeling of happiness tempered with the spirit of duty and service. The years activities Were presentation of fall pledges, homecoming breakfast, annual spring banquet, a dinner, and an early summer picnic. First Row: M. Keney, M. Turnbough, J. Turnbough. Second Row: Chenault, Henderson, Tinsley, N. Keney, McCoy, Scott Daniel, Priestley, Cathey. Third Row: Simmons, Walker, Simpson, Davis. Fourth Row: Landreth, Watson, Potter. T ojvms President A ,- -. V V Bert Brewer Vice-President .. eeee.. Guerdon Busby Secretary ----feeefeA,,-'e .-.77eef Oran Back Sergeant-at-arms .. eeeee "lVloose', Stovall With its two-fold purpose of happy group association and the promotion of a generous spirit of good fellowship in Abilene Christian College, the Trojan Club has completed another successful and eventful year. With the return of members who were in service and the new pledges, the club has enjoyed many social activities. First Row: Mullins, Randall Fry, C. Youree, S. Stovall, Hardage, Williams, Winkles, Coffee, Brewer. Second Row: McDonald Jones, Cranfill, Saunders, Busby, D. Stovall, Paine, H. Youree, McClure, Back. oto Rho President ,V-7 7 '---,- ... A . L ou Nelle Peters Vice-President --.e- .eee,... J imsey Montgomery Secretary --eeeee-----, e.....eeeeeee A lda Ray Sisson Treasurer ..ssssse. ..ssss M abeth Hopkins "Friendship is our light, it shall not be hidden" is the motto of the social club, Zeta Rho. Their purpose is to foster friendship among the students on the campus and to stress cultural developement among the members. Activities included Southern Colonial Autumn presentation, Homecom- ing breakfast, hamburger fry and theater party, formal initiation and break- fast, club homecoming and birthday banquet, presentation of spring pledges, and a hayride and spring picnic. First Row: Garner, Hines, Neville, Jenkins, Wise, Elms, Flowers, Dokey, Lindsey. Second Row: Childers, Peters, Montgomery Sisson, Hopkins, Swindle, Hill. Sub-T-IG Skipper f---- Y ----'- f 7 -,f J oe Akins First Mate . . 4,. James Alexander Quartermaster W errerrrr Bill Ground The Sub-T-16, a band of jolly-searnan have happily Weathered the stormy seas of 1946-'47. Several gobs were added to the crew While later, the anchor was dropped for a steak fry at Lake Abilene. The climax of the year Was a banquet Where several tars received commissions. Spring pledges Were Dick Qualls, A. L. Brown, and Jerry Price. First Row: Akins, Givens, Yowell, Sikes, Owens, Alexander. Second Row: Beauchamp, Henderson, Clardy, Sneed, Shelton, Ground, Reed. East of the President 'b'f---' -' --A F urman Cauthen Vice-President ....... . ,... . ,, Ed Shelton Secretary f-"-- ,- M arjorie white The East of the Mississippi club, organized in 1944, consists of students whose homes are east of the Mississippi River. Most important of this year's activities were the presentation to the library two books and a trip to the Carlsbad Caverns. First Row: R. Jones, R. Wilkison, T. Boyd, Nance, Crowder, Young, Hebbard, Priestley, Tenpenny, Holton. Second Row: Thomas, Pilley, J. Williams, Weaver, S. Townsend, Hatcher, I. Ankeny, R. Merritt, E. Perry, Bayless, Freeman. Third Row: Kilgore, Mof- fitt, McElrath, Hargett, Hardage, Bumgardner, T. F. Cauthen, J. Wilkison, R. Lee, Henderson, Wolfe. mississippi Other activities of the club were Wiener roasts, and several indoor parties in which they exchanged stories from home and laughed at Texas. These students from east of the "creek" show the influence of ACC in other parts of the United States. First Row: B. Williams, Hancock, Rawlings, Zahnd, Lange, English, Darms, Malone, Haines, Harris, Shelton, Dollar, Netterville Second Row: L. Perry, F. Boyd, R. King, K. Reel, Harsh, Boyer, W. Reel, W. Hammontree, Wright, Cummins. Third Row: F. Cau- then, F. Owens, Shelbourne, Dudney, T. F. Cauthen, E. Perry, McGaughey, Mills, Powell, J. C. Townsend. 800149 First Row: Brecheen, Martin, Bachman, Lugar, Marshall, Montgomery, Shofner, Scott. Second Row: Overton, Mansur, Jarrell Sellers, Watson, Moore, L. Smith, J. Smith, Ballard. Third Row: Donley, Sprague, Watson, Staggs, Sallee, Olmstead, Carpenter Givens, Morton, Clayton, McGaughey, Finley, Bryan. Qowtown Univ First Row: Gibbons, Harston, A. Bradshaw, May, Bradford, Lange, Deck, E. Bradshaw, Boley, N. Keney, Holden, Munday. Second Row: Scribner, Cofer, James Fonville, Jesse Fonville, Gilbert, Perkins, Sharp, Hausenfluck, M. Keney, Barnett. Third Row: Cullers, Case, Trammell, Gardner, Baxter, Brackey, Overton, Brown, Kriedale, McCall, Haynes, Clayton, Lipford, R. Bradshaw, Knox. President f ,7 .fV 7 f .. V J immy Holmes Vice-President efee7e.V7eV7e7 Alvin Jennings Secretary eerssrssrs eeeeee D orothy Lou Hill Reporter ssii.. eeeess R osemary Jones First Row: Jarrell, Finsterwald, Hill, Jones. Second Row: Holmes, Bennett, Gar- rett, Carlile, Wimberly. Third Row: Jennings, J. Keesee, D. Keesee, Barber. Panhandle klagiwtu k First Row: Hood, Hornbaker, Denison, Hoyt, Bixler, Broadus, Hatfield. Sec- ond Row: Shaffer, Kelley, McClellan, Blake, Robison, D. Williams, Anderson, B. Williams. President ..-f............ ...... D on Williams Vice-President .-..--e. ...... G eorge Blake Secretary e.....f...-- ------ T helma Hoyt President ,Y --7A ' Phillip Pentecost Vice-President eeeeeeee.7eeeeee . Areee Ruth Parks Secretary ,fseeffi.7Vs---. Margie Herrington Reporter eeeess eef,e---. B obby Holland First Row: Coronado, E. Herrington, Pentecost, Rushing, O,Neal, Holland, Second Row: Parks, M. Herrington, Demic, Gwens, Elliott, McNabb. 0 0 0 'ktii' Kozafzo Back N. F. Merritt, M. Harper, J. E. Merritt, A. Harper, Mitchell. President .----..,..-.. ..... N . F. Merritt, J r. Vice-President M .. .... .. Bettye Weems Secretary -.-.......... --...--- D orothy Owens Reporter ....-.. ...... A ddie Lee Bean Motto: "We are always rootin'." Members not included in picture: Ad- die Lee Bean, Bettye Weems, Maxine Mc- Clellan, Burleene Brinn, Bonnie Brinn, Byron Merritt, Dorothy Owens, Wayman Pistole, Clyde Sheppard, Lyric Beck, Dorris Hart, Jack Holt, Bill Gibson, Foy Mitchell, Elmer Baker, Mary Zook, Ralph Sink, Sarah Sullivan, Billy Gene Brown, Everett Nutt. Big Q President Y V .... N elson M. McCord, J r. Vice-President ,---- .,, Y , .. ...V R obert Farrar Secretary ------....-..,. ....,r....rrr. J o Jones Reporter ...,4. ...fee J o Wise A new club this year was the Big D Club composed of students from Dallas and Dallas county who organized to know each other better and to participate in various social functions. Club emblem is a red horse jumping through a big D. First Row: Stephens, LeBlanc, Reagan, Stewart, Jones, Landreth. Second Row: Farrar, Scott, Wilder, Caskey, Arnold, McFar alnd. Third Row: Cruse, Reneau, McCord. oustom muh President , , .. . . . T Bill Hearn Vice-President eereer . . Kenneth Green Secretary eeeeeeeeeeeee A Ethyleene Benton The Houston Club was organized in the fall of l946 to bring about a closer association between the people from Houston and the surrounding vicinity. They discussed current happenings around home, had socials with good food every second Sunday, and worked toward a goal of a Christian College in Houston. First Row: Shepherd, Patterson, A. Iden, Margerum, Robberson, Benton, Brown. Second Row: Roberts, Hearn, Crews, Owens H. Iden, Green, Pike. Third Row: Brennen, Olson. - n I 1 S i 3 C - E Y E .Q 1 5 4 1 1 mfts "We should be ashamed to die if we have not gained some VICTORY for humanity." Cvlitorial The marines are back and have the situation well in hand, to say nothing of our soldiers, sailors and fliers who have had time to cast aside the uniforms of war and to don the regalia for operations-Sports. What a wonderful job they did-along with the help of some brilliant rookies just green from high school. After finishing the job the Hred, white and blue" called upon them to preform, they took firm grasp of the purple and white and held it high as they blazed a trail of breath-taking records for the postwar frontier of sports. First was football. Seventy-five fidgety fellows turned out-tall and short ones, heavy and light ones, green rookies and out of practice lettermen. What a jumble for the coaches, but soon things began shaping up until finally they were so well trained as to tie for first place in the Texas Conference. Second was basketball-a grand performance. Remember that TWC game in Bennett gym? What more can be said? Except to say that our cagers took second place honors in the Texas Conference. Next ticket up was composed of track, badminton, tennis, and baseball. Our banner-carriers for the purple and white literally flew through space as they leaped to the height of success by not only winning but by breaking previous records-witness the Kansas Relays. Thus is sketched what the 1947 sportsmen achieved, but what they are, and what it takes to make them that way, is more important, yet goes relatively unacclaimed. On the 1947 field were men with the responsibilities of families, men preparing themselves to be ministers of the gospel, men preparing for greater responsibilities in every walk of life, Christian men establishing Christian ideals. Not only were they building more perfect bodies. but of greater importance was their common objective in building more perfect souls. Spectacularity offers a big temptation to fall overboard in striving for a perfect soul as well as body, thus creating a challenge to each individual who turned out for whatever field of athletics he preferred. So, in tribute to these men for their brilliant record for the 1946-'47 season, let us salute them, not so much for what they did, but for what they ARE and REPRESENT. -The Sports Editor A I ff I . . Q , Coaches A B. "Buggs" Morris, Oliver Jackson, A. M. t'Tonto" Coleman, Garvin Beauchamp, Guy Scruggs We thrill to a spectacular game of football, basketball or other sports and afterwards hail our starring players, forgetting that behind that game is an unobserved audience probably more concerned than we. To a coach, a game is the product of his work, being tested for durability before a criti- cal audience. Perhaps no instructor on a college campus is forced to endure the public eye as much as the athletic director. He is the backbone of a team. Its success or failure is determined by his tact, his extreme patience, his un- surmountable understanding, not only of his games, but especially of his players. So, about face, mates-hats off to our coaches! With its largest athletic staff in history, Abilene Christian College re- turned to intercollegiate athletics. A. M. fTontoJ Coleman is director of foot- ball and track, A. B. Morris is basketball coach, Garvin Beauchamp is the "B" team basketball and tennis coach, G. A. Scruggs is baseball coach, and Oliver Jackson is an assistant football coach. ACC GR1mDf:f19 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 4 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 26 Oct. Nov. 9 Nov. 16 23 Nov. Southwestern Tech 0 East Texas State 7 Sul Ross 7 North Texas State 0 Southwestern Univ. 12 Southwest Texas State 18 McMurry 0 Howard Payne 0 Austin 2 Texas A. 'Sz l. 7 TOTAL 53 Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian Christian College College College College College College College College College C4 wllege wgkw f"?"? -qw Ax HQ- YAY Wg. i Q. diff, xx, d yfry if .my 13,3 .li ff? is-' 1' Ssag'2isif'::5i2., V, if ' ::. , Joe Akins Bob Alexander James Alexander End Guard Guard ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 28-SOUTHWESTERN TECH 0 The first home game of the season got off to a troublesome start for the home team as Southwestern Tech fOkla.j threatened to score early in the first quarter. The Techsters took the opening kick-off and marched seventy- eight yards, clicking off five straight downs before they finally lost the ball on the two-yard strip. Jake Mullins, who did some marvelous kicking for ACC throughout the game, booted out of danger to midfield. A.C.C.'s tricky T-formation exploded for three touchdowns in the sec- ond quarter and another in the fourth to beat the stubborn Bulldogs 28 to 0. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 26-EAST TEXAS 7 The Wildcats scored their second impressive victory of the young sea- son over East Texas State Teachers College. They proved excellent oppor- tunists twice setting up touchdowns with pass interceptions. Fred Boyd Bert Brewer Bill Caffe! Center Back Batik g ..,,..,:..:,,:,i ,::,: :,:,:,.,, 2 ai s X 3? iv ,.::. .:,,.:,., X -ans-' ' -.ag ' Q D it Russell Coffee Back 'I. 5 Q K, ' :.j. as ---- be :"' I "eg ':- , A f 'ia . . . .'13E': .,.. , . ,,.. ."::' ' ' 'Q .-.- -:-.-,--.. A I V- I ,..g1jtpi.5.,f:-. - .. e -1 "'A e.,. .... ::: at gl ::2:Q2 :'::: ' ' tw 'E I A i --elee , .Q ., 2"-:, ' . .zzzz .,::,,,. .PE zlzl ,1.. . 1" ' :,: James Chenault Darwin Clecker Back End ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 32- SUL ROSS 7 The Wildcats opened up with three touchdowns in the first quarter al- though Bert Brewer, all-conference half-back, Mick and Johnny Mason and Jamie Chenault went out with injuries. Victory was paid for dearly by sea- sonal loss of Chenault and Mick Mason. Sul Ross scored its only touchdown late in the first quarter after A.C.C.'s Tonto had sent in a flock of substitutes. Coleman used every man on his squad as they piled up 17 first downs to 5 for Sul Ross. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 6-NORTH TEXAS 0 A sixty yard gallop by fullback Buster Dixon brought the Wildcats a 6-0 victory over the Eagles. Dixon's touchdown sprint over left tackle late in the second period was a mighty thin margin, but it was quite sufficient against the Eagles as the valiant little forward wall stopped cold practically every North Texas move in one of the most brilliant defensive performances ever seen. The Cats' line limited the North Texans to a single first down. Never did the Eagles advance beyond the 50-yard strip. Taking the third period kickoff, the Cats marched against the stiff wind from their 36 to the Eagles' one where the ball finally went over. Ira Conner Mark Culwell Randall Fry Tackle Center Back J, x ffl x i'W,f if ii is 2 T 5 . x tw 2 , 5 ZAI -::- ,X at W Vu' 3, ggi!! -M Wy ,1.. Z gf ' ' .,V,, --:-':::- AA., ,,.,. - - . iff ' ' sift . ':'. 2.5 V 'few' ? 5 M A Marian Grant' Bill Hannah Don Hardage Guard Back Guard ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 12-SOUTHWESTERN 12 A. C. C.'s Wildcats, pitting their strength against time as well as the op- posing team, created a spectacular thriller as a Texas conference opener for both teams. The Wildcats made long marches, but twice were stopped by lack of time. Everything happened late in the fourth quarter except an A. C. C. touchdown. Jim Francis, Southwestern's great punter, kicked from mid-field to Bert Brewer, who caught the ball on the five. The Wildcat swiftie headed up the sideline and was almost loose. While waiting for his blockers to shake him free, he was downed from the side on his own 45. Buster Dixon drove 21 yards for a first on the Southwestern 34. Dixon passed to McKeever for 13 yards, and V. T. Smith chugged to the 22 for a first down. A penalty against Southwestern for roughness gave A. C. C. the ball on the one. Twice Dixon rammed center but didnit get over. Before the Cats could run another play the game was over, the pigskin rested on the one-foot line with two downs to go. ' A f .Aw if: WI rl .1 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 0-SOUTHWEST TEXAS 18 The Southwest Texas State team turned in a smashing 18-0 victory over the hitherto unbeaten Abilene Christian Wildcats. The Bobcats scored in the first, second, and fourth periods and kept the Christians' speed backs bottled up practically all the game. A.C.C. made its most serious scoring threat following the Bobcats' first touchdown. The Wildcats took the next kick-off back to their own 22 and marched to the Southwest Texas eleven yard marker before losing the ball on downs. The Purple led in first downs in the game 8-5, but they were completely stifled after the intermission. Earl Harris Jsfhnny Higdon Floyd Hill Tackle Center Back fr W w If. . .,, Q, ..,:E: :,i . Z d r a 2 ' f is - '1f: ' if g f : " vf E r r.,,r d M. -r,snr i . .QTY -3- . ' - if .- sf?" ' f wwf -4:1 . - '4f1 V1'A " . i bf " YSS9' , , .. .... . QSQQZQEW' A A-- if X rf it 9 vtizriw W as 1, 2 V V .f ws P .2 A 9 WWA K3 visa 95 Q Q85-W sw A jig Zxzgg 5 W fi 43: , 52 4 we 5137 5 5 5 mg... , 59 .,.V::: .. A ,11," . ".' '1'f":figf .,,-- "5 V':-" 2 :""1:: ffl A':'i 5 'SMT QA, M""'f""".. a : . ':' " . .' u Q" r " 1 2 ff '- - f i '.: A- Q -ziii A 'Q V1"' 71252 t:""1 """ ..V': :,A f ' Rex Klepper John Mason Mick Mason End Back Back ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 27-McMUBRY 0 After a wartime lapse of four years, McMurry and A.C.C. clashed on the grid iron in the fourteenth battle of the two rivals. Crushing power-not the expected speed-brought a one-sided, well- earned triumph to the Wildcats. Buster Dixon, who generated most of the power off the Cats' T-forma- tion, cracked the Tribe's spirit with two first period touchdowns and then added another tally for good measure in the third stanza. It was a typical rough, teeth-rattling scrap between the Abilene schools with many penalties and fumbles adding to the confusion. The Cats took control of the game at the outset and were never in trou- ble. Their running was hard, their blocking superb and they took advantage of most of the Indian's mistakes. The victory left the Wildcats tied for first place in the Texas Conference standing with the Southwestern Pirates. ,-1 . 3 iA Mi uuluz , is gets ,.,, .. if . " - .k i Q i V ey A P : V, Charles Morris Jake Mullins Bill McClure Back Back Back ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 19-HOWARD PAYNE 0 Cur Wildcats took a long stride toward a share of the Texas Conference championship by soundly whipping the Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne 19-0. The score was deceiving for the Brownwood team, bottled as it was from every turn, could have lost by a much wider margin. Only the magnif- icent punting of little Johnny Spangle kept Howard Payne from having a more miserable afternoon. A homecoming crowd of four thousand fans saw the stout Christian line smother the Jackets for a net gain of eight yards in the entire game and limit the visitors to two midfield first downs-both in the final period. In the second quarter, after the Cats had failed for three plays, Mullins faked a pass on the fourth down and then cut for the left sideline to score standing up. The final A. C. C. score came late in the game when Smith cut loose on a 35-yard sashay to the Jackets' 32. Howard Payne drew a 15 yard rough- ing penalty at the spot and the Cats took over on the 17. On the next play Dixon flipped a flat zone pass to Smith who crossed the goal line standing up. With this victory A. C. C. remained tied with Southwestern for first place in the conference standings. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 46-AUSTIN 2 ACC broke its jinx in a big way by walloping the Austin Kangaroos on their home field and clinched at least a tie for the conference. The Cats rolled at will against the Austin team, which was playing be- fore a homecoming crowd. A. C. C. made one touchdown in the first quarter, two in the second, one in the third, and three in the fourth. The fast moving Purple team piled up four hundred eighteen yards rushing, fifty-nine passing and throttled the Kangaroos' vaulted passing game with six interceptions. B111McKeever Gladstone McLennan Bill Purser Arthur Simmons End Tackle Tackle Tackle "'W "" ""' , ,4 Www' V- ' I S--..,,.R Q 1, ,J ' '- ff is , g v ga., -- ,.'s:g:g:,:,-55:1 , Y V Q 535: '58 4 5. K :.-am 5 .,.:. - .::,.- ''-'k2a.5:::-5?11.-:-,.:., ,.-as - .5 .5-f:5::.,::'., -""" ' 1 A' -- " - I 999 9 2 1 E. :- A, :,. : k 3 A gg I- " S Q . ' p r ,.:: :-ans 1-"-ease-::.. - .sm:rze:f:,:aaz:,.:a:- QQ.,-vw . ..::',' " zu, if N, ,.,., ,.,.,.,. A K a 5 9 Q 'Q 'Q ' ,,, fa ,x::."x1 b vw-Q .f ::-X-::..::g.-...'::5:f:,2:E'1f:1"::ii' ' ,:5-11'::"5"-e:z:g:5:,1g:5: f ' ,E 1, ,f ::.:., '1- 1 4 ' -::::..:,:,,,ee::.,. K f '25,.::.."::2s':-aria' ' H-s:a::.:.w:5:. -'-" ' ' "-' ' ' """' ' .1f:s: '2' . . 6 Q ,:., .. . 2 . 9 'E my Sa J X2 '.1...,... -:1:. Q. Q ,::. ,.: ,V sg. ,..,l: -,:,: . f,y - ,...,.,..:.::. -e::.. ,. - V- 'i , .,..... Q . ..........,. . .,., M .,...,.,... i ..,. . .t...,.,....... Qxwnm ..., X5 . ? f A Fi rt . i X. 'E ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 32-TEXAS A. 8z I. 7 The Wildcats grabbed the lead in the opening minute of play and coast- ed to a 32-7 victory over the J avelinas. On the opening kick-off, Bert Brewer handed the ball off to V. T. Smith who returned 90 yards for a touchdown. The game marked the season's end for both teams. Sam Stovall H. D. Terry L. G. Wilson Dick Qualls Tackle Back End Manager ' as 5 ,.-, QW ,gg be ln Nfl V... . Q -wg., KX Buster Dixon HU Qomfe ence Five We doff our hats to those five stars who helped to give crowds at Fair Park Stadium some thrilling mo- ments. Dixon was hailed by coaches, scouts and sports writers as one of the best all-round backs in the Southwest. He lead the conference in scoring and was the nation's total offense leader among small colleges. Stovall won the all-conference pivot job over two of the best centers in Texas college football. He was one of the league's greatest defensive players and had much to do with the Cats, success in 'Nhitting the middle." Smith, the speed merchant of the backlield, was the Cats' leading ground gainer. Remember how he used to tear down that field? Floyd reached the upper eleven through his outstanding guard work. Charles Floyd Back Paine made the said bracket by way Guard of his brilliant tackle jobs. Four of our gridmen placed on the second eleven-J oe Akins, end, Marion Grant, guard, Jake Mullins and Bert Brewer, backs. Willard Paine V. T. Smith Moose Stovall Tackle Back Center my sf' 'EZE if' ,... A K W ' W. 1 :ii --:E .... i-I--e.-' , i .f2-..1:: a-v2 .....i'1 .,,...,.. i l 9 l s if' f 4 ' 'J 1 A yi E G -gon Q ence humps Cne of the most co-operative and speediest teams in the history of Texas football came into being in the 1946-'47 season. This speed and co-operation plus some crafty head work developed into a magnificient T-formation. The "Wildcat T" became such a crucial challenge to its opponents, that, in spite of numerous injuries, it surged ahead to Win a first place share in the Texas conference pennant. Honoring the gridsters, the Student Council climaxed the season with a banquet at the Wooten Hotel. Each squad member was an honored guest. Byron Nelson, noted golfer, was guest speaker. First Row J Alexander, J. Mason, Brewer, McClure, Terry. Second Row: Coach Coleman, Floyd, Mullins, Hardage Clecker M Stovall Akins Hannah, Dixon, V. T. Smith, Culwell, Manager Qualls. Third Row: Harris, Paine, Wilson, McKeeVer M Simmons McLennan S Stovall Purser, Grant, Klepper. Fourth Row: Assistant Coach Jackson, Boyd, Mayes, B. Alexander Coffee Morris Carter Fry Higdon Assistant Coach Beauchamp. Members not included in picture: Chenault, M. Mason, Quante QA. .sv . ...na .mm .ua ms f A A llell feezele 3 Head Cheer Leader W .ee.e.. Jonny Rhodes These six lively students are the yell leaders of Abilene Christian Col- lege. They are elected by popular Vote at the end of each school year for the next fall. They are always present at games and pep rallies and when ever needed on special occasions. Vaught, Kirkland, Rhodes, Winkles, Coward, Roberts. ...A-"""",vAv-.rdpiwdm 1' First Row: Alexander, Landreth, Hines, Herrington, Paisley, West, Scruggs, Waters. Second Row: Meadors Moriis Ellis Mc Nabb, Cobb, Baucom, Davis, Garner, Adams. Third Row: Carter, Stirman, Page, Rampy, Bogle, Hanks, Neville McClendon English, Chapple. Kitten Klub President eeee-Ye----a- .....,. A nne McLeod Bogle Vice-President aeaae Veeeeaaeeraaeee g v Kitty Hanks Secretary erarer e rara A Mildred Rarnpy The Kitten Klub, an organization to support all athletic activities on the campus, has been in full swing this year by participating in full uniform at all home athletic activities in football and basketball. The annual banquet Was in the fall, and the Kitten Klub Queen Koronation was the spring activity. GW XA ACC CAQSIEIR5 X Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan J an J an Jan Jan J an Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb. Mar. Mar. Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene The Abilene Christian College basketball squad opened the season by losing to West Texas State 45-44. A successful free throw in the last ten sec- onds of play produced the overtime victory in a thrilling climax to a nip and tuck cage bout. Abilene Christian Wildcats toyed with the Daniel Baker Hill-Billies at Brownwood winning by a lopsided score of 85-26. This was a preview to the conference schedule. Abilene Christian Wildcats put out the welcome mat to future challeng- ing teams by sweeping their floor clean with a 59-36 victory over Hardin College in the conference opener for "the hill" residents. lVlclVlurry Indians were left gasping for air as Abiene Christian's Wild- cats left only their dust after taking a 52-43 victory in their second confer- ence game. With a couple of reserves supplying the heroics, Abilene Christian Col- lege put on a closing rally to nip the Southwestern Pirates 53-50 in a nerve- tingling Texas Conference game at Bennett gym. It was dramatically su- spenseful all the way with the lead changing hands nine times and with the score being deadlocked seven times. A. C. C. retained a first place tie with the Texas Wesleyan Rams by downing Howard Payne, 61-50. The lead changed hands several times in the first half with the Wildcats ahead 27-26 at its conclusion. Good defense work by Youree and Busby pulled the Wildcats out of danger territory after inter- mission. Cucidon Busby "Dub" Winklcs Bill Ground i'Moosc Stovall The Wildcats, taking an early two point lead from Austin College, were tied at two-all and went ahead shortly afterwards, never gain to be in dan- ger. At final signal the score rested, Abilene Christian 57, Austin 43. Texas Wesleyan Rams and Abilene Christian Wildcats, the prize teams of the Southwest, were pitted together before 5,000 fans in the Coloseum at Fort Worth. Someone had to wing someone had to losew-unfortunately ACC Wildcats had to carry the latter banner in spite of their brilliant playing on foreign soil. The Wildcats led in the first minutes of play but final score was 63 to 49 in favor of TWC. The McMurry Indians led for the first fleeting five minutes of play and after "Dub" Winkles put the Purple ahead with a bonny shot on a long pass from downfloor to break a 4-4 tie, the Indians merely pounded shoe soles the rest of the evening. Final score was 49-32. The mighty Texas Wesleyans fell at the hands of the whitehot Wild- l Chailes Moiiis Chuck Yource Eugene Tenney ue a d Church cats in a 63-61 trimming, ending their nationally recognized seventeen game winning streak. The inspired Purple, after getting to a jittery start as the Rams began running away with a 13-3 lead in the first seven minutes, could do very little that was wrong. Two thousand fans packed in Bennett gym went wild as the Cats started clicking with long baskets by Eugene Tenney, Charles Morris and Dee Nutt. The battle was ding-dong the rest of the way with the Rams displaying a superb performance-by no means their off night-and with the snarling Wildcats clawing back at them. The lead changed innumerable timesg the score tied on ten occasions. The Cats did not lose the lead in the last fifteen minutes of play, but they were never more than 5 points to the good and several times threatened to fall behind. The main difference was that the Cats outhustled the Rams leaving the two teams deadlocked for first place in the Texas Conference basketball stand- ings. J E Smith Doe Nutt L. T. Smith Paul Snecd ACC Wildcats were forced to hustle for the 54-36 victory over Hardin College as the Indians got off to a 2-0 lead and took it again on three later occasions during the contest. After a 28-30 setback, Dee Nutt, forward, got hot and put the Purples ahead to stay. Abilene Christian College defeated Austin College 50-41 to remain in a tie for the lead in the Texas Conference basketball race. The 1946-47 A. C. C. basketball squad fell from the top rung of the Tex- as Conference leadership tie with Texas Wesleyan when they lost a decisive contest to Southwestern University 51-34. The Wildcats surged from behind in the second half to whip the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets 45-40 in the final game of the conference season. The lead changed hands fourteen times in the ding-dong battle and six times the count was knotted. The Abilene Christian College Wildcats of 1946-47 fin- John Clardy Thomas Roberson ished in the runner-up slot in the circuit standings with ten victories in twelve starts. xx, WIN' ' F I X I W Wildcat Cage The basketball team of the 1946-'47 season presented one of the most brilliant performances to be recorded in Abilene Christian's hall of fame. The team was scorching hot from the very beginning and blazed ahead to take second in the Texas Conference. The majority of the games were pack- ed with suspense as the scores would swing from one team to the other, with only seconds of playing time remaining. Many games were won or lost by only a one point margin. The top game of the season was unquestionably the one with Texas Wesleyan College in Bennett gymnasium, wherein Abi- lene Christian College skyrocketed to national recognition with a 63 to 61 win over the Rams. Thus, ye fans of yore must heave a sigh of farewell to the fighting cagers of 1947 and bestow upon them the crown of success. First Row: Dub Winkles, J. E. Smith, Guerdon Busby, Sam Stovall, Chuck Youree. Second Row: Coach "Bugs', Morris, Bill Ground, John Clardy, Paul Sneed, Eugene Tenney, Thomas Roberson. Third Row: Charles Morris, Dee Nutt, Tilley Sneed, L. T. Smith, Gerald Church, Manager Dick Qualls. champ, Qualls. First Row: Clecker, D. Wilson, L. Wilson, O'Bannion, Grant. Second Row: Fling, Francis, Carlile, Lee Hunt Third Row Beau Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan. 17 Jan Jan. Jan. Feb Feb. Feb. Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb. o Anson Independent 12 Anson Independent 21 Trent Independent 19 MclVIurry "B" Team 41 McMurry "B" Team 43 Crowell Independent 39 Avoca Independent 30 Crowell Independent 58 Howard Co. Jr. College 26 Leuders 49 Leuders 43 Ellis Parts fSan Angeloj 45 Ellis Parts fSan Angeloj 61 Crowell Independent 49 Lawn Independent 37 Clariette Independent 32 Ellis Parts fSan Angelol 44 Leuders 43 San Angelo Junior College 66 Baird Independent 28 Total 786 Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College Christian College 714 DLCLQ U f Bert Brewer Bill Carter Abilene Christian College is nationally recognized for the track teams which it produces. The Wildcats began their season at the Border Olympics held at Laredo, Texas by placing second in three events, third in one, and fourth in two. In a quadrangle meet held in Abilene the ACC tracksters rolled up 65 V2 points against 611!2 for Texas Tech, 251!2 for Hardin-Simmons and 854 for McMurry. Bert Brewer won the 100 yard dash in ten seconds flat, Saunders took the 440 in swift time of 53.6. The time recorded for the 440 yard relay was 44.8 seconds by Mason, Carter, V. T. Smith, and Brewer. Mason, Han- nah, Terry, and Saunders made the one mile relay in 3.39. Brewer turned in a 25.2 account of the 220 low hurdles. In the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show meet ACC held her own quite capa- bly. First place honors were taken by the football relay team QBrewer, Car- ter, Terry, Smithj, in the mile relay, and the broad jump. Second place went to Brewer in the 100 yard dash, and broad jump, and the javelin by Smith. The Texas relays at Austin was the nation's first major outdoor track meet since Pearl Harbor. Some 1177 students from ninety-five universities James Deans J. Feagan Charles Floyd I' IQA If 4' 5' 'fb W? X 1. was is f 9 . its , p H 2 1: p ,... .E 1 xii. i f A wry? in Mx K 43:91 X, M 3 Q .Wig I , R. Bill Hannah Valentine Hernandez competed in this meet. Abilene Christian College blazed a magnificent trail and came out second only to North Texas State Teachers College. Slushing its way through the mud, the Abilene Christian team com- posed of Mason, Carter, V. T. Srnithiand Saunders placed second in the med- ley relay in the Kansas Relays at Lawrence, Kansas. Pitted with 20 other teams, our thinlies placed fourth in the 880 relay composed of Terry, Han- nah, Smith, and Brewer. Also placing fourth was the combination of Mason, Terry, Hannah and Saunders in the mile relay. The following week the Wildcat athletes traveled to Des Moines, Iowa, to take part in the Drake relays, another nationally recognized intercollegiate meet. The results of the meet readily brought Abilene Christian College into the limelight as our mile team broke the 3.21 record in the mile relay doing the stretch in 3:18.6 to place fourth in the event. Cur 880 yard relay team had the second fastest time of the meet doing the distance in 1.29. The Wildcat sprint medley team was nosed out of first place by a margin of one- tenth of a second, negotiating the distance in the swift time of 3:30.3. Shattering two records and making another, the Abilene Christian Wildcats climaxed the 1947 season by breezing to a Texas Conference track Floyd Hill J. McFarland Johnny Mason Staff North John Saunders B. Smith and field championship. The Purple and White Squad captured eight firsts and enough points otherwise to roll up a margin of 73 1!2 to Howard Payne's 39M points. Southwestern came through with 26 1X3 and McMurry gathered 24 2!3 points. The 440 yard relay team composed of Bill Carter, John Saun- ders, V. T. Smith, and Bert Brewer established a new conference record in the notable time of 42.5. The 440 yard dash record was shattered by John Saunders by two tenths of a second, making the tour in 49.7 seconds. With a leap of 23 feet ll 1!2 inches Carter set a new conference record in the broad jump. Saunders stretched out the 220 yard dash marking up a time of 21.3 equaling the conference record set by him in the preliminaries. The mile relayers, Johnny Mason, Bill Hannah, H. D. Terry, and John Saunders, cut the tape first for a 3.31 finish. By tossing the javelin 180 feet 3 1!2 inches V. T. Smith took first place in that event. Bert Brewer wound up a magnifi- cent career by winning the 100 yard dash in 9.8 seconds, the 220 yard low hurdles in 24.1, and placing second in the broad jump and high hurdles. With this dynamic climax the Wildcat speedsters brought the 1947 track season to a close. C. Smith V. T. Smith H. D. Terry Qomfe ence Qhamps First Row: Terry, Brewer, V. T. Smith, Hannah, Saunders, Mc Farland, Hill, Floyd, Benton, J. Deans. Second Row: J. Mason Harrison, B. Smith, Ward, Fagan, Carter, North. 1-unqnnnun Tennis Abilene Christian College has been well represented in every phase of its athletic program. The ACC netters have endeavored to uphold the fight- ing spirit of the Wildcats. In the tennis meet with Southwestern, the Abi- lene Christian College team won the doubles event by a count of 6-1, 6-8, 7-5. The Abilene netters lost two singles however, the scores being 6-1, 6-0, and 6-2, 6-2. In a later match with Texas Wesleyan our ACC netters won six out of seven matches, In this contest Harry Tansil downed Bill Domm 6-1, 6-1. Fred Waddell beat Scott McDaniel 6-1, 6-4. Charles Youree bested John Good 6-2, 6-2. Russell Coffee defeated Tom Cornwell 7-5, 6-2. Tansil and Waddell topped Conley and Domm by a close score of 9-7, 6-4, 6-3. Youree and Hicks downed Good and McDaniel 6-3, 6-1. In a meet with the North Texas State Teacher's College of Denton ACC's Harry Tansil defeated Terry Stephens 6-1, 6-3, and Tom Love shut out Freddy Waddell in a hard fought match 6-2, 6-8, 9-7. In the latter part of April the ACC Netters journeyed to Fort Worth where they tried Texas Wesleyan and Texas Christian University, but failed in both matches. The Rams beat the Wildcats 4 to 1 and TCU overpowered the ambitious netters 4-O. As this goes to press, the Texas Conference meet has not been completed but you can rest assured that the Wildcat netters will give an excellent ac- count of themselves in the top meet of the year. First Row Hunt Booth, Hicks, Longacre, Tansil. Second Row: Ccach Beauchamp, Roberson, Youree, Coffee Gariett Waddell lgaolzffzziwtom First Row: Hanks, West, A. Bogie, Walker, Rampy, Demic, Evelyn Tenney, V. Deans. Second Row: B. Bogie, C. Bogle, Smith Merritt, Jones, Eugene Tenney, A. J. Deans. Third Row: J, Deans, Sharp, Patillo, Howk, Brasher. . , . - V.,- On February 6 and 8 badminton entusiasts invaded the tournament play held at Abilene Christian College. Eugene Tenney became the Texas Ama- teur Athletic Federation champion by trimming Nick Roberts by a count of 15-4 and 15-10. The ACC team captured the championship with a total of 148 points. Baylor was second With 1031f2 points, TSCW Was third with 1011f2, Southern Methodist University of Dallas was fourth with 65V2 points, and Austin college took fifth place earning 3315, points. Competing with tough players from Baylor University at Waco, the Abilene Christian badmintonists produced some remarkable results. ln this Southwest Intercollegiate Badminton Tournament Pete Jones and Eugene Tenney Won the men's doubles 15-6 and 15-6. William B. Smith took the menls consolation singlesg Anne McLeod Bogle Won the Women's singles consolation. 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Texas E illlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITZ alllllllllIIIlllllIlllIlllllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE AllIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE J. D. MOORE TRANSFER and STORAGE Bonnrn wmufliousf 2 We Specialize in Long Distance Moving ot Household Goods E E And Also Carload Distributors E E HWE MQVE EVERY 1v11NUTEH E E 249 Cherry Street Telephone 7778 E E Abilene. 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STORE 2 Phone 3380 265 oak sf. i E I.,, .,,.. .M Abilene. Texas E E E E E WEST TEXAS, LARGEST STORE E 5-IIIIIIIlIllIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll-E TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE 4 illlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlI!I!IIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILZ E If you cannot continue your education in Abilene Christian E E College in the classroom, you are urged to investigate the E fi' possibilities of further credit through the E E Extension Department E E ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 2 E DON H. MORRIS. 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Vanderpool - Registered Pharmacist E E Complete E E FOUNTAIN SERVICE E E Prescriptions - Drugs - Drug Sundries E EIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE SlIIIllllIIIIllIlIllIIIIIIlIIIIIIIlIIIllIIIIlIllIlllIllllIlllllllIIIIIIlllIIllIlllllIlIIIIlIIllIIIIIIllllllIIIlIlllllllllIllllIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILE 1 ,- -I 1 ss: -' - 1 1 s 1 2 1 E Billy, Frank and Sue E E Burst out in New Styles E E From E E swcs :ooo A .. allllllllllllIIIlllllllllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF PRINTE D BY A. C. C. PRESS IRVIN D. HILER, DIRECTOR BOUND BY H. V. CHAPMAN 61 SONS BOOKBINDEHS

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