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

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PEAR I NT ENTS The Story of Learning . .. . . . o Learning Division Page . . . . seslllllll Rulers 108 Professorale fFaculty, Departmental and Honor Clubs, 0. x59 5015 6 0 9 E,'d't : -Ch'f SQQPSA' 'SPST Mic? EIANNTNG O Q21 63' Assistant Editor WALTON BELL Advertxslng Mgr LARRY BEUS'I'RING Copy Edztors CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM BETTY MATHEWS Photographers IOHN MAXWELL IIMMY ROBERTS IOHN KLINE Masses Ed1tor BETTY HOLLAND Rulers Professorate Ed1tor MARGARET IACKSON MARTHA HOLDEN Games Ed1fOI KAY COLEMAN Clubs Ed1fOI 1 AMES FOSTER Index Edztor MARY WRIGHT Snapshot Ed1tor DONNA GUDEEN Cartoon E d1 tor DON HAYMES v.1.P.'s Editof 4 FQMJNC The Story of Funning . . . . . . .188 Funning Division Page . . . . .198 vIlIPI,s I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mix 'n' Mingle Clubs . . . . . . 288 Commercials and Index . . 334 8 1 HQfmsn?fsts'svra::3Qyng-gg Purpose number' one 'For Q srwfclerni' or Abilene CHHSMQH CeHege E the ecquiwng of G body or funcwenmi knom4edge. Ma prmcwcml rewns rhm mecms 'i'9wf:1'5' we ere here rc: srudy cmd ro Hearn. A scholmr rushing io class up the fl.drrrirris'?r'mrion Eiuiidimgj sreps is our picmricfai Nmurrching pad for rhw EmWeducHow ro rhe mcadenwc MGH of our To-90511. We ami! our Iirrie rule "The Srory of Lemrniragl' We are grarrplmically reveeding exclciriy mvherirrekesre Ugereducwredf' ,,. A s' 122.5 .AF -, ' .Q .QQ X7 5553595 HREF? M 1 3 NWN mn r--1 ' x su' 4 x 1-me X X Nw.-r .x . , -, ' Q55 r N -'Y -rif:Q,gi- wr - ' Ziff! 'Ti k ' ' , ' . ,--?f1w.1.-- Wx .x .3-1 xx T f X in s I 1 . l 13',?fQiJLLl.,LJ-llF5u ,1E2ffX g,:,A1fe'f - H - eng: 'l"':N'-I l I1 V: :1'fj2Q,l,.1f:o ff rf' -A fQ""",'2 f5H"f-F 'si Here is the core of the learning situation-a learner alone with his mind. lThe piciured student is "Blindness is, at worst, only a nuisance," we quote from Dr. Leonard Burford, Olaf Wick.I Head of the Music Department. x K xzl 1. '-17 concentrated learning-- the classroom . . . man sludies his world through lhe sciences . . . mfwmnmmfnwxnww 11.1, " Kenneth Rogers, jimmy Glen Roberts, and Duane Purcell prove theory to A , . y A be chemical fact in the afternoon lab. Even the mohon prcture lndustry can ard students rn unravel- ing lhe mystery of the atom. Gif" ww., ..,,, ,,. l , Qrf335:b':1g:-ig -- Q fir The greatest martyr of modern science is the unassuming guinea pig. This one contributes to cancer research in the ACC Science Department . . .and the C l'eafiVe CIBSSYOOYTI l6ih century chamber music and Elizabethan fashions were reincamated on the ACC campus in the form of a group called the Madrigal Singers. Members of this novel group are: Allan Lewis, Max Nigh, Dick Dalzell, Mar- garet Woods, Doris New- house, Sue Dalzell, Roger Helgeson, Martha Burleson. and Lynne Yadon. - ,M -4'rfQ:9A:f :calm-: Q-. - . ...bn , A53 .. W- .6555 '.31f.:,2.' X ' -- . 'r -: . it 'f- ':g:-sz .--.4.-:-:fi -:-:-:-:--.-ex... 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Such Works by untried authors are classed as experimental projects. A little mstant beard and pencil wrinkles trans form a Bob Anderson into a Brxgadoon M acDuH Peggy Ward, Marilyn Schulze-"Twelfth Night" The maior student drama productions were-- Brigadoon . . . I Remember Mama . Twelfth Night . . Winterset. IO . . the lhealre Kay Howard, Hall Triplett, Sarah Yarbrough-"I Remember Mama we-J M xi 1 s is 2 C0hlinUed . . . og'-' 5 Warren Lewis-"l Remember Mama." 3 -a X, Q! ill gn ll rl I .ll ll . 1 a 2 if n Q .4.-L if l x Bob Anderson, Leon Valentine, Connie Greer and Bob Silvey-"Twelfth Night." The ability to characterize by facial expression is exhibited here in lull force, For you Shakespearean critics, Butch Nowland played Fabian, Leon Valentine was Sir Anthony Aquecheek, and Bob Anders- son, Sir Toby Belch. i gj"2'llr Q VB: , --vs. '11 ',,.,.M M mx. f ,E Q1 Zi 53' 51 1727 so 'iikrf fl. 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'Bm ' l xcmwwm The sludy ol God's message to man, the Bible, and the worship ol its great Author, compose the hub ol the learning wheel al Abilene Christian College. v X This messo Christian. ge, over the door of the Bible Building, is a basic philosophy at Abilene Sw ' X '33 The annual Bxble Lectures!-up brmgs thousands to the campus Thzs tzme ex is-ga-X .'.. x 1--'TCQQQ : F -1-wif, , ffff P Fm-.,' .N t 1 ' xg:-.nk Sit : F. .5g5.a:.f t - ww ', N' X ' x-gg.-i.f -. -. 3: r- an -M531 an x. R fb? 1 1 Mi x 'ii ? v, x 6? x ..-, 4 Y X 5 rr 25' if Q, . 9- A "P M5 Q -. HQ! .3 Y' 3.33 s Stir: if N 335 P. .' '4 cggfffl 1.EE5?5 -.gi 5,571 S' . W.. M " Y ..z 1' N One could almost entttle tlns photograph of workers erectmq the Lec tuzeship Display Tent A Rellgxous Iwo lxmc PT .ut X 0 ' '. 1 N-' xx K v X , wx Q wg N j 1 1 -f ses!! um lllll ' is 2252! f 1 f , .,...-, ,XA EAH- M mT...fL. U! l -M '. 4 , . ' wp: 7 ' f1'2' .. ' ':.L31:x 5' , 51 -4 -- f 1 e -3 c I 2. 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' ,Q 'W + vi S V N X W ' e , X X? 25" , ::' .IVMJL P' . 1. we ,A 'S "Be it cold or be it hot: to my class I needs must trot . . . embellish the learning process . . . .L ax.. ..., w . -. 4' 1. HW.. Z.: ,yd ,1 ., .:::,--. 5 V X' . x - 1 n .rife A ,-Lv I Y: 4.4: X . 5 ,- Q 'Ex E3 as wx-- JA.. ,Ja-Q. ci 2. J ei:-.xxx X - Y N, ,vp-, , 91, X x W X v f X x :A 4 rx X zmffx' ' N. .-'S+ X :Ar :y:9,m .- M x-NJ +1-. Q -.f vm.-f.fc,w-,. .vr-.va-r '-A 1 fs -me.-1 s.'z.m- rumxwyxxl ' :KT 0 .13 tooth scrubbing, bear d scraping 2 . SE' , ,.v' ' . 1' .b .Ja 'f -f A 'rlrizi fi :YI , -2, S. x 3+ 'X 13 9. ' YA'Q.'1"? .. 4- 'iifqgrg :- f:" ' 'wigs if 'af- . 5 ,flg sk Q , N-Q-...A "I've never brushed my teeth with Pclmolive Rapid Shave b eiore S. -ws... ,U ' in if .X . . . and even studying . . . are necessary college rituals Donna Wood crcms in comiort. 1' f""" A,,d' 19 Could the decth's head be symbolic of the grade this studious soul will make on Ins test tomorrow? , 'Ji 2 5 . A ,Vp H N :V-xv ,xx X 'gm K ax XP . M Mag ' ,K K ' Q. ,x , ,WK I J 'fu - A 5' --Q' , . rg N' x-H rx .V x ,,, N xl . A " 'WX , Q M QN .YN X kk' N A -- Q-. . , N X it xi, qs- -Ea A W , ,Q XX-f.'9-K 3 1 . " ix Q: 11- '. f-'lqgffx ' 9 . ' as l. , If . r M v . Ml 15 fi S WW X , :W .4 5 A R a., -9' .,gm,,,k 5 Y X nw :-, it PL ,G .. . Y l' tl x x .J ,g . ,WS ZX:-ffl, P . ,. :i45gc:f:4,.' Are you lost in the malodorous mountains ot Midwestern Mars? No! You are merely viewing the remains .of a typ-N . ical college act-that of washing and drying clothes. This is lint from a dormitory dryer. Quite a Ietdown, huh? With this ethereal conclusion to the "Story of Learning," we will allow you to wander off into the wasteland fhUlf',WE call the "Learning Section." Force yourself. Turn the page. - - I . 1, V if 5 L ,n 15 5 I if I , S':esz:sss,...,..-.,?:rs,: :- I'wifa.13:QP11f":::ae2m.:..,-: ' . 2 N fgifhs'-,f-rgarsxufzalwff..., 1 . 5221:.fx1ez:s2fas:w,s,1w - px Q 15157 One word ot warning before continuing the book. Variety and interest have compelled us to attach titles to the divisions that, at first glance, may appear, unorthodox ,dnd somewhat shocking. At .second glance you will conclude thatyou were rightr Op- erating on the theory that constructive humorisrgaf form of enlivening art !Aesthetics 113.4 it -you are curiousl we have added new and accurate nomers to every section in the book. Remember: As!Nerp said to the flaming Roman-"lt's all in fun." - ' x E w s x x N i 1 lPart ll Before you go on we present one pause that will undoubtedly refresh. We have always held some interesting theories about our institution of "higher" learning but were never able to ascertain their correctness . . . until now. We recently added a new and vital member to the yearbook staff. This new and vital member did some extensive research and unearthed some new and vital facts. As further preparation for the "Learning Section" we have compiled his findings into one graphic report using both fine art and fine literature. You are now to be subiected to little known scenes around the campus as seen by ...,. . . . . The Roving, Raving Reporter! 1 xii Tl i y i oem J D i ,J niuwnill ' of A- in lecture, B+ in lab, A on lab notebook, B-+ on final-yes, that averages out to about a D. W 9 U U U 4 1 A student from Russia named Lunkt Every course that he took went and flunlct. He said, 'Clearly biasl' 1 The Dean told him, 'Try us.' i He did. Now his theory's debunkt. l 2 ' . . . I fl I 4 Each day we all march to devotion. Exuding religious emotion. The F ace Behind Glass Sees that each lad and lass Perseveres in a chapelphile notion. n a 0 Mr. Fry was a well-meaning fellow. But students were still found to bellow. O! tea-colored water, A new ALTER MATER, Long lines, daily liver, and Iell-o. 'Denis S lfdn S . By 1 W 1 ii 24 -Asf.Q Q2-:g i Q +1 l:J Q an i if... ":4" 5-" J I w '4.,,4-. n i . 4 : 1A l ii2i ' 1 'h f M il A- '. .A, .'..,'-'f , Q-2.5 --.. "-21- 4: '11' N' 4, -f ff ' Wzii l , M' J . ,? .. - 5 vagki' A5 :A . I . ' I K Lectureship brought down cz horde, As the Board re-elected the Board. They descended in planes, Cars, trucks, buses, and trains To the three rings where real lions roared. X Sic! s-894 ff- Ml " ' fm X XXWWWA 'I Y N-.. 'l'i""": 'I , 5 'ii""'7iq? Long ago in the city of Mons Plodded sub-human automatons. The Bursar did bleat, 'People are obsoletef And installed I,B.M., thank ihe dons. f',.f if ---2-e:1ww"E-L mx I it I . ,Il E , I ll W iR!!F53E1:EE KMNQYXIEIXIEI 7 'iff 005006 C! 00100090 D601-70 acl Ixivd Hifi IPI CDDB' V544 O sew H Qi :M ii? W1 xx! 5 J er ' ali wfgfsn Q I,Ee-EX'-li-' . gg x' I "":-rl w "Eli 'Q KU! 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J- wg -'--Q., . if'Ga 2,53fq'J5.,- ij-13:-:ig .g.1:53gg:Q 9155'?g.'..5i31IiS2?":ig3,, I "' "" ' V,,,.-:siege'b:.5iER1:3?h515E'EI5ES'!!F.uiF:95?Ff5f555' 95531131 4:2-35'i7f5f-45Ef'f"i '94 '19 Q-wx .Q ,M -Q., w.w,w:. .M-csimzeu-Q .:M:1:,u.e.g.sf-,:biw...+z-z--M:--:,:,m:,-.-Au,f:1Lf-w.m'i.:,.-ilx-f.p,-M:.gf- 1-.wh ,rx I ,, ..,, , .... ., ., Q 3 Y .y X 3 , f N X I fa A : x f X x' N X 5 1 4. ' 1 ' 1 x N 9 1 , 0 ' , J oagr 5 A' 8 V Q E .,, 0 fy fl U like . V' 0' X xv-,,. 'x -iigg j -,X ' 'ff .- . .3 1" f .f 7. ALLEN, MIKE D. Petrolia, Tex. Math Major Varsity Basketball fCo-Capt.J Galaxy Who's Who A Club Senior V. Pres. Senior favorite runner-up SEA 0. ARNOLD, PAUL L. Ponca City, Okla. History Major 3. BAKER, DANNY Ballinger, Tex. Business Major 28 X 5 J Q 1 f ff ANDERSON, EDWARD F. Alma, Okla. Education Major BAGBY, KYLE WAYNE Lampasas, Tex. Music Major Band Orchestra Choralaires SEA 14. BAKER, ROBERT A. San Antonio, Tex. Business Major l X kv . . Y j j R - ac "-:ffl V. 1. Q ,rlmgjflaj . 5 ,f j x ,ess . S J is 4 vnu' ' -V. . C- Y- E: se A r 5 +1 J, SY- ' 9.5-jj :EQ -2: X 3 ABBOTT, DONNA LEE Ardmore, Okla. Education Major ALKIRE, NORMA LEANN Boise, Idaho Business Major Golden West Club Choralaires Gamma Epsilon Zeta Rho McKenzie Dorm Council Seniors '61 9. ARCHER, DANNY J. Albuquerque, N. M. Bible Major 12. BAILEY, RAY Washington, D. C. Bible Major 15. BALCH, NORMA JEAN Pampo, Tex. Education Major Nev' . ,X -if lens .QYSJWN ' Q. -ESS -s 'f vias ADKINS, LARRY RAY San Antonio, Tex. Physics Major ALLEN, LOU DAVID Merkel, Tex. Physics Major xx --,f SX i 1' 3 'A lg b NX 'Q' -QR 'f ...ai 'ad' ADRIAN, JAMES ERIC Los Angeles, Calif. Chemistry Major Sophomore Class V. Pres. Junior Senator Pre Med Club Science Club ALLEN, JON R. Arcadia, Calif. Business Major ,au . i -7' 'Ji-e Ai i H li 'Nei A if , xx ff K s .. A 4 ,, mr' . 5 xyxgbj. BANNOWSKY, VIRGINIA Junction, Tex. Education Maior BARNES, TREVA CAROL Seymour, Tex. Education Maier BEARDEN, RODNEY GERALD Abilene, Tex. Agriculture Major BARNES, GLENN G. Lawton, Okla. Business Maior BARRETT, ELDEN ROYCE Waco, Tex. Education Maior Galaxy Baseball SEA Heart of Texas Club BELEW, MARY SUE Wilcox, Ariz. English Maior Kitten Klub fTreas.J Omega Rho Alpha Sigma Tau Delta Senate CSO GATA SEA is. sARNes, LINDA Lubbock, Tex. P. E. Major BAYLISS, N. LYNN Laurelton, N. Y. Chemistry Maior Alpha Chi ACS iSec.-Treas.l CSO W Club Zeta Rho Omega Rho Alpha Yankee Club BELL, DAROL ALBERT Durham, Okla. Business Maior -. vii! What more could a man ask for than his wife, his gun, and his iavorite hunting dog? Mary Lou and James Wynes, , vu Wfrrgff gg! 1 1 . . ,' w , I8 V ,Ir qff'7 z' g,.. v T- 1, 21 ""?rx'6 gf married students, contemplate the question. fl Tb f jf 2 f Q i 4 fi S I '1 vera ITS. ,-F,-lv .zsx , , :gf fs-,g' 7'I1"'7,' ,af N .? , X SMG' A 4. 5 'L' f 51 1 -fs. .. - , , 1 , f1:::i.- f' -4939 f A -R-,La .' , 5. S' 1' . .J .. 4 It . -xvjjp I0 Bon, TED Junction, Tex. Bible Major BOYER, lI.A JEAN Eldorado, Tex. English Major W Club Zeta Rho CPres., Sgt.-at-Armsj Kappa Delia Pi Sigma Tau Delta Heart of Texas Club Los Alegres Inter-Social Club Council Omega Rho Alpha SEA BRADFORD, PATRICIA MARIE Big Spring, Tex. Education Major ,R .--,Q . 3 I Q I s- ,:,- - .K Xf '. x le - A -x ,A l Eff' up "' "" Av 1 f Q r eff' . in 1, W. I Boom, LLEWELLYN D. Great Falls, Mont. Chemistry Major York College Transfer ACS BRADFORD, JERRY CLARK Ranger, Tex. Chemistry Major BRANDON, JUDITH ANN Hamlin, Tex. English Major Sigma Tau Delta lRep.J CSO W Club McDonald Dorm Coun. Ko Jo Kai Omega Rho Alpha Prickly Pear Staff SEA , A " fl ? E 9 W ... . . rr ' I . 153' ww- -.cv FHS -....- :Q- , - fa A A qw., sf.. :3rN.:.,:'-.2 " Eiiwfl.'fffpfiiiitili-"' 1 is I BOSEMAN, JAMES Lubbock, Tex. Mathematics Major BRADFORD, LOUIS HENRY JR. Clovis, N. M. Chemistry Major BRYANT, BILL Temple, Tex. P. E. Major Baseball Football Sub-T-'I6 4. BISHOP, MILTON ERVIN Abilene, Tex. Greek Major Football A Cappella Sub T-I6 lSkipperj Pres. Inter-Social Club Council A Club, Blue Key Who's Who 7. BLACK, LARRY N. Globe, Ariz. Psychology Major x . P Al. ,.'s " if :'l F 5 ,,,. A VN -.-..-T., R., R l 1 f ..l. l,!"7i5E.x-kt.. X si N95 I C K I 'mi ,. sm J A j ,A xs . QI 2' ' 13 BISHOP, NORMA DENE Marcellus, N. Y. Psychology Major Lubbock Christian Transfer W Club lv. Pres.J Alpha Chi Inpsyders A Cappella Zellner Dorm Council lPres.J BEATRICE JOYCE Lamar, Colo. Education Major Pandoras lRepresenf.J Alpha Chi Kappa Delta Pi W Club 6. W. J. BUCHANAN Beaumont, Texas Education Major BOLLS, JERRY R. Baytown, Tex. Marketing Major Trojans Rodeo Club Press Club ,I 'll 6 X V Q I Q" ..,-4 16 'RW 17 i X . A x A 'Y rf-. , . " -:Yr .ff-.:'3f Wv'."- --1 t S- .-,' .Awww . Q, .1-...J-.,.. WR - .Fx Axv' -:ix R I F xi xxx X Q. x xg. Q Nw i X x X X X I X we 2 :.- .- sy .A R5 fws A-rear? .mm 7 s ii'-AQ R39 28. BUMPUS, RITA GAYLE Abilene, Tex. Business Major 31. CALDWELL, ROYCE San Antonio, Tex. Business Maior aunuzsou, MARTHA ANN Tucson, Ariz. Education Major Lubbock Christian Transfer A Cappella Woman's Sextef Alpha Chi "W" Club Kappa Della Pi CSO "Brigadoon" Who's Who CARITHERS, JIM ALAN Baytown, Tex. Business Major 3 , 175.5 P 1 I L xl , 'I4 20 -uf X.. 4 . L X BURTON, JOLENE Dallas, Texas Psychology Major Inpsyders Choralaires Pandoras CSO Library Staff 33. CARROLL, NEIL D Alice, Tex. Chemistry Major MW' -in A, za . 1 aw. Q I 'ii 2 F' n K 'G I . lx N 2' si x 1 In lv 3 3 A ' .:v,.. ,I fl ' .Q-,sm is L I -2 '-11. ,X S xx, A. , 29 " f'fN iEq31ig,:,-If 1 Seniors '61 -493 -1 ad' W... , X U 4 ...sg ...ng N V .. -'if v'i..N' l Mrk' ' L . ze ' 27 .1 . f ' 'KK y ki: ""5 Y 13. CARSON, GARY E. Sweeiwaier, Tex. Agriculture Maior 19. CARTER, WAYNE RAY Lawton, Okla. Psychology Maior Knighfs 25. CASEY, SANDRA J. Decatur, Tex. Education Maior Prickly Pear Press Club Omega Rho Alpha "W" Club Kappa Chi Delia Thefa SEA ACE ., f L , "' if-, 32 .l f 1 ., e M. lla Q, y ,, g ef , , . T , -... 'Qi' uv " I -- . of - 5, '- V U 75:11, 4 A j . Qi- ' l4. CARTER, GLENDA G. Longview, Tex. Business Maior Leader of GTC B. A. Club Killen Klub Prickly Pear Easf Texas Club GATA "W" Club 20. CARVER, CHARLES Amarillo, Tex. Agriculture Maior 26. CATE, STEVE 27. Banning, Calif. Business Maior Y . 1. if if rg wi.. . ' ,r f wil- XE? s 1 7' s w , M, .ffl -'Q who av,- .- .1 ,,4..a2f-J'-3, .X ma.. "fr 1,05 xv , . , "V 1 ' 30 a ,A 4 1 "' 9? I Q' . 4- ' .. "" if I ' . T' 'rgf ..n- .Ev - 3 j.i' N- j.v j I , ,, V V , , , -, .,:- -. Q fy 1"VV'Y," I -4 -nv. 101 5927. xp 7 'l5. CARTER, WANDA FAE Lawton, Okla. Business Maior 21. CARVER, STELLA Amarillo, Tex. Home Economics Maior CHOAT, SYLVIA M. Lake Providence, La. Home Economics Maior 3. if E 1 4 l , 7. I, ji .i :l i. CHOATE, JACKIE Breckenridge, Tex. Education Maior Zeta Rho SEA Eta Beta Pi COMOLLI, KENT COLLIER Sweetwater, Tex. Education Major Circle "K" Band Tennis Galaxy CSec.l Sr. Favorite 2. 8. COKER, LINDA NADINE W. Palm Beach, Fla. Art Maior CONNER, MARY Redrock, N. Mex. Business Major B. A. Club CSO McD. Dorm Council Choralaires 3. 9. COLEMAN, LYNN ROGERS Abilene, Tex. Social Science Student Court Galaxy Pi Kappa Delta Debate Team Who's Who COOLEY, CALVIN WAYNE Abilene, Tex. Physical Education Maior Rivalry day finds Kathy Akin, freshman representative, and Don Williams, sophomore president, anticipating the muddy mess to come. '1-.jk 8 A I3. I S z S, ul El, il 5 gl 2. it 5 ig I :li ill l ' l l l i ! l in 51 i ,E 32 L . COOPER, MADIE BELLE Carrizozo, N. M. Elementary Educa- tion Maior - I9. COWLEY, SHEILA CLARK Hastings, Okla. Business Major 14. conneuus, ALVIN MAURICE Baytown, Tex. Speech Major 20. CRAIG, EUGENE P. N. Highlands, Calif. Bible Maior Men's Forum California Club Dactylology Club CV. Pres.l Bks. Dorm Council ,L .. fe. ei-gr' y... , . A 5. I gs 'R Q.-43, 'Q' ,, I- , ,,,, 5 2 , .fsmi l . .. N339 L, -wtf' H' ffl I5. 21. comin, Juomi ANN Albuquerque, N. M. Education Maior CRAWFORD, MARVIN LEE Bridgeport, Tex. Education Major it . V-me - -x..,. I.. .- 6' 7 -' Elm. .5 far Pws 'f"'0f'-'qw-40", .3 is L . l -1-19 185 Q-uf' Seniors '61 ti' 4 K 'Ns , X X 4. S Q- :I A: 5 f ' V Nw X -- - N .sf-' L X . J-Nas . 4 'Wi ,X " X fl s n ',.w1n,.- .MJ . '. ,. f Xl il .Q ' 'QR - 9 A ie. 'Q w3?. I Q-. my N ., .1 ...R X H :S X XNQO -S X S. ki if -9 ,. X I 4 ,ii CRIDER, JULIUS PAUL Austin, Tex. Bible Major cunnev, PEGGY Jovcs MX Lawton, Okla. Music Major CUMMINGS, BARLIN MICHAEL Fort Worth, Tex. Journalism Major CURTIS, GWYNNETH RICHARD Amarillo, Tex. Business Major Band Senator, Who's Who Blue Key, BA Club Frater Sodalis lPres.J Soph. Class Fav. Circle "K" S. A. CTreas.J Golf Team CUMMINGS, S. KAYE Lovington, N. M. Business Major Delta Theta CTreas.l Alpha Chi Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club SEA CSO Omega Rho Alpha Prickly Pear CClasses Ecl.J . DALZELL, RICHARD LYLE Caldwell, Idaho Music Major Magic Valley Chris- tian College transfer Golden West Club Orphesian Society of Music Circle "K" A Cappella CPres.J Male Quartet, Mad rigal Singers, Alpha Chi, Blue Key Earl Young and Cullen johnson discover their swimming hole is a little conqealed today. r i ' 452' I , , I I 7 .. X X 2 A X, K F I w . DALZELL, SUE Lewiston, Idaho Music Major Magic Valley Christian College transfer Golden West Club Zel. Dorm Council A Cappella CSection Leaclerl Women's Sextet Madrigal Singers 22. DAVIS, VIVIAN Darrouzett, Tex. Psychology Major Lubbock Christian College transfer lnPsyders "W" Club CSO 'I7. DANNER, DAN GORDON Portland, Ore. Bible Major . DAvlsoN, ROY ALLEN Abilene, Tex. Bible Major Pickwickian Club lPres.J Young Republican Club CTreas.J 18 24 Throckmorton, Tex Business Major . DEASON, MICHAEL LANCE Corpus Christi, Tex Agriculture Major 33 . DAVIS, BOBBY JOE X 'W' I DuBOISE, GUYANN BARNETT Richardson, Tex. Physical Education Major EMANUEL, SHARON ANN Monahans, Tex. Education Major Southwestern Col- lege transfer "W" Club CPres.J Kappa Delta Pi CRep. 8- Hist.J Sigma Tau Delta Delta Theta SEA Band Who's Who EOFF, JERRY LEN Ballinger, Tex. Pre-Dental Major Q "t""TTQ" EITZEN, RALPH WAYNE Abilene, Tex. Bible Major ENDSLEY, MARGARET JUNE Albuquerque, N. M. Education Major CSO "W" Club Zeta Rho SEA FARRIS, KENNETH RAY Wimberley, Tex. Physical Education Major Varsity Basketball NEA 5 ,. I- I 5 .M Q l . i z.. V- W, ,..,, I ' ' V X? S' ' M. "sim his DECKARD, NORMAN WAYNE Bloomington, Ind. Business Major DENMAN, HAROLD Carthage, Tex. Business Major A Seniors ELLIS, JOHN DAVID Albuquerque, N. M. Chemistry Major Phi Delta Psi KV. Pres. 8- Sgt.-at- Armsj Prickly Pear Science Club ACS SEA TASCA 14. ENIX, JIM Denison, Tex. Psychology Major I9. FARRIS, MABELANNE Tallahassee, Fla. Social Science Major V I2 X ,356 I gli 5255+ ' X B., I fx Sl A. ,T , 3 sf X 08 ,au 1, fin...-ff' XXXNQ I X 5 1 -s ...X .L , , . . .... .........-c. DECKER, ROGER EDWARD Abilene, Tex. Education Major DENNIS, WILLIAM H. Bozeman, Mont. Industrial Arts Major York College and Montana State College transfer Ind. Arts Club lV. Pres.D SEA Sample Case Sitters TIAA AIAA '44,-A ' fits 5:HP!: 'Ifl - l Q Z ' j ' g s as x N Q DeLOACH, WILLIAM THOMAS Texarkana, Tex. Business Major DOUGHTY, K. CHARLOTTE Oklahoma City, Oklu. . Physical Education Major CSO WRA Student Senate CSec.J Cheerleader Ko Jo Kai CV. Pres.J Soph. Favorite Sr. Favorite - f ,.+7'!'v- -1, esiyxg ii' .. X X X X , 5,3 V U if 2 X X Xl V , 'xxx U Epox , .. I . A- t Iii was e N59 xxx 5Q- N X - x X Nw .5 S, v R N A suv .suv-:-m 22. FAUST, JESSE ALFRED Roscoe, Tex. Chemistry Maior ACS Alpha Chi Collegiate Research Conference Delegate 25. FENNER, ESTHER YVONNE Stephenville, Tex. Social Science Maior CSO SEA Eta Beta Pi 28. GILLIAM, LINDA KAY Denison, Tex. Education Moior Kitten Klub Delta Theta QV. Pres.J SEA A Cappella CSO ..-Q 'SQ Io , xii. ' s. 'ie . l. 9.1 -fi .. lk N V s - 1 ' S' 3 sf Q 15 fi L' Q, . X A if 1' j fn .l is .ee FELTS, JOHN CAYCE San Saba, Tex. Education Maior FERGUSON, J. ANGELA Meridian, Tex. Speech Maior Pandoros Sigma Tau Delta Pickwickians Melpomenean Players A Cappella KACC CSO, SEA McK. Dorm Council FULENWIDER, RAY DEAN Childress, Tex. Education Major Alpha chi Kappa Delta Pi Alpha Theta Troians QRep.l PEMM Varsity Baseball SEA Sample Case Sitters fdtg, ggi . ?, 5 4 ' ' ' 3 50- 5 . 1 1' '-E32 1 . ' .f nv., tl, -L 5, . 24. FENNER, DON GARY Hobbs, N. M. Psychology Maior FERGUSON, L. PAMELA Meridian, Tex. Home Economics Maior Pandoros Alpha Chi lOfficerJ "W" Club Ellen H. Richards Club Prickly Pear FINN, JANICE CAROLYN Rogers, Ark. Business Moior io. rlscnen, E. BERNICE Fort Worth, Tex. Education Maior 15. FOSTER, ANNETTE Pleasanton, Tex. Education Major . FUCHS, ROCILLA Macomb, Okla. Education Maior College transfer Zeta Rho SEA tl ffl nm? "'t U ..-.w ' .-. Xp. -,sr - A. .X 21 Oklahoma Christian Ax' ff. ff. e . V' 'fi ' iii' ,. 1-N I :bf ' 1""3i' P , 1 1, - . r ll. FISK, ROBERT D. McGregor, Tex. Bible Major FRY, LARRY JACK Burnet, Tex. Business Maior B. A. Club Aggie Club . FULFER, WANDA MAE Brownsville, Tex. Education Maior l xl ' 22 ' Si' ' s Y L? -0. .Y r f ' nf 32, 1 l 1 Q 5 x 25 5 - 26 to r r . , 8, fs l i'54f'Q -gl k.'.:a f5'tg - 41'-'VJP P+'-:xx H293 1" ' If f ' Y, ,jf fwfr., l , S. 52 K. Y IJ 28 . 29 '- ,. ,,z?"w 1 , .. , N fe .I W- 1 A . , I 4 I 4 Qi-ik I? 'I 'I' 551.335 ,. ess 'hm "Snow storm!" shouts Martha Holden as she attempts to plaster the photographer. Ill l... .-. lf! MN- : +54- W rf 1 .0 l Y 'rl A ' lx 'A Ax "N Pi .te .xx f???l??W tts sm qi tilfgiisiii 'WWF VHQVQ2. 5.13, 1 GLEASON, CAROLYN SUE Tulsa, Okla. Education Major OCC Zeta Rho Kappa Delta Pi W Club SEA lnPSYders GRAY, ANITA JOYCE Burnet, Tex. Education Maior Heart of Texas Club CSO "W" Club Kappa Delta Pi SEA Eta Beta Pi GREENE, ROBERT W. Snyder, Tex. Psychology Maior HARGUS, CLARA R. Victoria, Tex. Education Maior HASTINGS, M. PAUL Temple, Tex. Education Maior 2. GLIMP, THRESA ANN Lometa, Tex. Education Moior Zeta Rho SEA McDonald Dorm Council, Pres. Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club a. GRAY, JAMES LOUIS Llano, Tex. English, Maior I4. HALE, HUGH E. Grandview, Tex. Business Maior 20. HARRISON, BARBARA J. Houston, Tex. Education Major 26. HATFIELD, GARY S. Wichita, Kans. Business Maior A Cappella Phi Delta Psi CV Presl. Edwards Dorm Council fPres.J Men's Glee Club Choralaires 3. GLOFF, CLYDE WAYNE Clifton, Tex. Agriculture Moior Seniors '61 GRAY, PRESTON FRANCHOT Duncan, Oltla. Business Maior Cameron .lunior College Pre-med Club Circle-K BA Club 15. HANEY, LYNDAL FOSTER Gustine, Tex. Home Economics Maior 21. HASKINS, A. LAVOYNE Snyder, Tex. Home Economics Maior 27. HAYES, rHoMAs Galveston, Tex. Business Maior ' ff., .N A if A U" ' .. E : rss' ,f ,.,, fr: -'r. -, .:::a.,:j!'S.,--.1 --.f- X, X , . f 1- :ff 5 'ff'sw,15:afisf.s:N5 1 I f 5 5f'S.:S.:'. "Gras-L'-2...-A1125-:lm ' '-I-xi W 'W ' Y C X . X Yi A , A s A tx b ,.f- l X XSX ' -' '--va.-afar.:-E+ -x- ,slsxs-X.: kk Q -ix'-X xg . X 'X 'Sw va axis .tN""""R ., tl 'lf' . X ":'I'5' R QF- . 51,5 A. t . .' uv- .0 - Y- " Y ' 3. Y.,-Ji' A ' ma T9 k . is E 1 A Q N .wx .E A 1- like NS M 'T ' S A 2.59 X92 i T X' x xii 'E 4' S- I,..f' ""' .A , WW . flier!! T3 2 IP!! 'ina .4 ' 'N' --s,-QA .Q ' 'T 1 - ,Q +, , as Q, .,. 595- ,cf s E as Q, Qi.. xx N avg L N .gg w k4"f'T!' X-r 16 WW .ff Q' -1,-1 - . .:., rfb: . 'Q 7.3 'vii 6 4. HEARNE, CAROLYN R. Dallas, Tex. F V- English Maior 0 ff QF' N V Yi? I x. , ' 'L ' I S e n I0 rs 6 1 ,V HERRING, Don H. V ,fs fit Mexia, Tex. mi lf T ll '2 Agriculture Maior N Navarro Jr. College K if transfer -' T, ' , , -, 2- 7' ,, . Aggie Club iii A ' N5-' ' " T i., Edwards Dorm 5 J, Council s-."' Nz, Q' Hello Book Staff '54 - -' 'rr if Prickly Pear Staff X 5" N N Circle K . MG: '5"':"'l 4, . f -if: .. pw. I. 4-venom. tfhili 'isiiim I ' HILL, JIM Tom ,j-.Q N Wichita, Kans. ig 'gpg X I7 ,v'i'A, IB Chemistry Maior ,ff Hd. .E ' I Band ' ' ' ACS V. Pres. , ' TASCA s 7 N Knights F9 ER Jayhawks 45 ,. . tid y N. .N " X, X ., Qjbigsgsifoii 1 " ' '..'f.ff ui' .-ilfff .V Nuff' .fs I' ' ' ' " ' X HOLLAND, DOROTHY MARIE 23 24 Clovis, N. M. Elementary Education Maior X GATA f 'WN x "W" Club . A ' ', Alpha Chi ' ,, f ' Kappa Delta Pi Kitten Klub' .,,y. , SEA a' x " psf xg. VJ ' 29 5' ,Q 6 K N Y , ffm f2.!,,Te2a, . If rg, -is L: 2 9 1' 4 'r " '-a H' 'i rfih 52 Junior Class Sec. Homecoming Queen Nominee HUDDLESTON, JERRELYN SUE Post, Tex. Education Maior 5. HELGESEN, ROGER F. Abilene, Texas Greek Maior Flying Cot Acrobats A Cappella Brigadoon Madrigal Singers Sing-Song HERRING, DAVIE E. Waco, Tex. Psychology Maior lnPSYders CSec.J A Cappella Alpha Chi "W" Club CSO fPresJ. GATA Sec. Kitten Klub Omega Rho Alpha Soph. Sec. Fresh. Sen. Homecoming Queen Nominee HICKMAN, JAMES F. Alice, Tex. Psychology Maior Football Baseball lnpsyders HISE, JENNEAN LOIS Moriarty, N. M. Home Economics Maior HOLLAND, JAMMIE DWIGHT Portland, Ore. Bible Major HUDSON, JOAN FRANCES McGregor, Tex. Education Maior Ko Jo Kai Sec.-Treas. Frater Sodalis Sweetheart CSO, SEA Kitten Klub HIGGS, ELTON DALE Abilene, Tex. English Maior Pickwickians iPres.J "A" Club fEditorJ Sigma Tau Delta Alpha Chi HODGSON, HOWIE Forest, Ont., Canada Physical Education HOWARD, MARILYN KAY Greenville, Tex. Speech Maior GATA, Alpha cha Kappa Delta Pi CSO, SEA, "W" Club Kitten Klub Soph. Sec. Alpha Psi Omega Who's Who A Cappella HUEY, PAULA MAE Lakeland, Fla. English Major 37 W ll l l l rl L 1 l l l ll 1 l M l. l l l i i E l l 4 1 l 1 i , . 1 ll .l l l ll ll j. nj fr s l. ...JU 'x t + X S fs -N.: . 1 N.: ::.c: S. l l E l fi nj . f l I3. JOHNSON, l BILLY BOB - Childress, Tex. Social Science Major LCC transfer Choralaires lPres.J A - Knights , Kappa Delta Pi 'j Alpha Chi . l Phi Alpha Theta ' Sample Case Sitters , SEA l I Seni l l l I9. JOHNSON, OLIN NEAL Frederick, Oklu. Agriculture Major l f l l tl' ls l l ti lil .. . .. .1 A lj X' -PT 4 A. j lj we-J VJ " L jj A 'o -, .nfl 5 ,.-:og ' it .kgaeqw 'l vl :W I ...gn . ex s. K ...1 N ..::. -1, X. t.. .,y.y-- -r -. -Y 1 - ca, . . .A X 2 S : . up-as - ,Q x T 'S JOHNSON, CULLEN FRANK Brownwood, Tex. Business Major SA lPres.J Galaxy KPres.J Who's Who B. A. Club Blue Key Sr. Fav. lRunner-upl Jr. Fav. lRunner-upl Mr. ACC lRunner- UPJ Golf ors '61 JOHNSON, WILLIAM ROY Arlington, Tex. Bible Major Q ,vs 15. JOHNSON, DONALD RAY Speech Major 21. JONES, OPAL ELAINE Dallas, Tex. Education Major "5 1.5 sf.. ug - 27 ss' .j j 9 -,ts 1' 30 .ll X -ll 3 ,f 28 ,, fiff S3 29 F ff . . ll - f , . . l - A 'J . . M fr- 4 za 'Nz fa -- .. CL. X9 Nr' YQTQQ- ,S I, ' 1'4""" J - Jr. . K y X HUFF, DAVID ALLEN Austin, Tex. j Mathematics Major ' ' Freshman Class Pres. Sophomore Senator Junior Favorite Galaxy Pres. Blue Key V. Pres. Alpha Chi Who's Who HUNT, NALDA JEAN Dallas, Tex. Education Major 'NN iw? sf t i I9 my ' P QQ Se " , N JONES, 26. THOMAS A. Dumas, Tex. Greek Major KINNINGHAM, 29. J. RUSSELL Clinton, Okla. Physics Major Alpha Chi KV. Pres.J Blue Key lSec.J Sigma Tau Delta TASCA QV. Pres.J Soph. Sen. Jr. Pres., Who's Who Knights KV. Pres.J Foster Science Award 2. Huol-les, LAURA JEANETTE Farwell, Tex. Education Major 5. JACKSON, BARRY ARTHUR Mt. Holly, N. J. English Major Sigma Tau Delta Alpha Chi Omega Rho Alpha Optimist Staff Press Club SEA .--V Wu? HUNT, ANNICE ELIZABETH Palmetto, Fla. Transfer: Florida State University lnPSYders SEA International Club McDonald Dorm Council JACOBS, CHARLES EARL Merkel, Tex. Animal Husbandry Major Aggie Club Sub-T-16 KAKUSHQ, 27. KELLEY, JUDY TADAO Houston Tex. Osaka, Japan Social Science Major Business Major KINNINGHAM, 30. KIRCUS, LANNIS A. SHIRLEY DALE Duncan, Okla. Mathematics Major Sooner Club Eta Beta Pi McKenzie Dorm Council CV. Pres.J SEA CSO ' Pandoras fHist.l Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club lSec.D Knight Sweetheart Madison, Ala. ty-9 7. KIRK, JOHN M. Muskogee, Okla. Business Maior 10. LAWRENCE, DONALD WAYNE Cheyenne, Wyo. Bible Maior I6 ...nv x 4- 8. KIRK, MARTHA ANN Groom, Tex. Education Maior Alpha Chi Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club Delta Theta Kitten Klub SEA ACE 11. LAWSON, GLORIA JEAN Memphis, Tenn. Business Maior Memphis State transfer SEA -ov 'ttf 1 22 2 1 'ff' 3 7 H Q3 , 1 x Q5 31. LUCADO, JACQUELYN ANN Odessa, Tex. Home Economics Maior Ellen H. Richards Club Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club lTreas.l Delta Theta McKenzie Dorm Council fPres.J Who's Who Prickly Pear Staff 34. McGRAW, JO JEAN 35. Channelview, Tex. Education Major Delta Theta CPres.J Kitten Klub Alpha Chi Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club ,Z if li 32. McCLUNG, DENNIS ROGER Miami, Fla. Biology Maior MCILHANEY, RAYFORD McCamey, Tex. Education Maior Track Band SEA fTreas.J Omega Rho Alpha ISCC Who's Who it LAMBERT, GAYLA .IEANNE Abilene, Tex. Business Major LEE, LANNY DARRELL Eastland, Tex. Business Maier 'QE McDERMETT, MARILYN Levelland, Tex. Psychology Maior GTC lleaderl Who's Who "W" Club CSO fOfficerj Zellner Dorm Council LCC transfer rw 'VV 1- fa ' a W, 9 'ln sfk' A II i 'IO 'II Q 7 . 4 . Q IDX I .r-' '-1 ..f of -P, . .9 -., K Q-CJ' I6. LEWIS, LISCUM, WARREN W, ELEANOR P. Amarillo, Tex. Geneseo, Kans. Bible Maior Education Major 18. LIVELY, BOBBY GENE Arlington, Tex. Mathematics Maior Veteran's Club CTreas.J Seniors '61 22. LLOYD, RODNEY LOVELADY, 24. LOWE, TREECE FREDERICK SHIRLEY M. Lubbock, Tex. Winters, Tex. Redding, Calif. Business Maior Chemistry Maiar Business Maior CSO California Club B. A. Club I E l w -, 31 ff .: 32 . aa fp-,if . V-4.92 ,..,L ... V Misw fijf l v xg N. c-x,,-.- ly 'tvs' - as us, 1 We ,lam s. - -:L I Y .2 ,, . SR . -. F 1 'A 1 ' .A - L ffl.-55: 'QI f.55':' W, 1 1, , f ts , -A if . - I ff- ti.: '-737' " lt' LESS dw- W. 3 39 . t 94 M:KINZIE, BIRT LEANA Nocona, Tex. Home Economics Maier McMURRY, ROGER Corydon, Iowa Bible Major MANIS, ARCHIE LEE JR. Edmond, Olcla. Chemistry Maior MAXWELL, DWAYNE DOYLE Hobbs, N. M. Speech Major 2. McKINZIE, JOE Odessa, Tex. Biology Major B. MADDOX, FLOYD JURE Abilene, Tex. Social Science Maior Cowtown Club FTA 14. MARTIN, SARAH ANN Conroe, Tex. Elemen. Education Maior 20. MAXWELL, JOE FRANKLIN Dublin, Tex. History Education McMILLION, HARLEY CLEVE Stafford, Kans. Agriculture Major MALLORY, STAN Mineola, Tex. Business Maior . MAXEY, LOWELL RAY Abilene, Tex. Business Maior . MAXWELL, NORMA SUE Abernathy, Tex. Education Maior ,K ,eg , is if K 'ie -. X V K , Q H .' ffgg Q L, Maior GATA fChaplainJ IA Club Kappa Delta Pi Sample Case Sitters lSec.J SEA Band Knights Zellner Dorm Council SEA "W" Club CSO Alpha Chi 25 MAY, SAMMIE G. 26. MEDFORD, 27. MELTON, A TUCSWII Aril. HENRY ROBERT LA WANDA JANE Q xg History Maior Texas City, Tex. Roby, Tex. 25 25 Business Maicr Education Maior -X -lu" X XX 'V cs Qui! 4.-sv' X XM.-H' .LAX :S S Tikm lf . es 6957 1 6 W Nr, - Q ,af t J Q 5 N, ,Q ,. X L 53.- J If in . Q . 5 J " lf. ' 1313 430- "::":' --5 'K 'xx l ,Y ' iff L c 1 -. 5 Hyip? - . .qv -zu? If r xr 'YN -R 'z K ...nn I K .- 'Y' 'T A 4 5 ' 6 4- i A I 9 ' vw u Na wi ,f I N , l l Q 5' Iii! u 'V is , ' ar ,fl df? :K I ..,,. , J L, . f' l I II ,.,l,,.., I an X :jj is J.. fl 'i D 1 ,nf 7 -J 5' h, fin r' .1 'lf is-1 ,Q , f"tE'3.' f arf.. . , ff 4 f ,if fi? .. 22 23 Q 55+ J X f .'f1'C':f 53 ' ': J gl jc.. f 1, 3 Q fi. ff" . . if Ln .5 ' I S e n IO rs 61 -Q-f"' 29 MILES, ROBERT SAMUEL Arlington, Tex. Business Major Arlington State transfer BA Club InPSYders Cowtown Club Young Republicans Club MILLER, JERRY Merkel, Tex. Education Major Sr. Pres. Wl'1o's Who Mabee Dorm Coun- cil fPres.l Circle K SEA Sub-T-I6 jSec.J Kappa Delta Pi CPres.J MINTER, TALMAGE ALAN Houston, Tex. MILLER, 6. MILLER, JANE ELLEN GEORGE CANTRELL Abilene, Tex. Waco, Tex. Education Major Math Major Galaxy KV. Pres., ISCC Rep.l Jr. V. Pres. Circle K Baseball ll. MILLER, L. RAY I2. MINOR, LARRY Ft. Worth, Tex. Belton, Tex. Psychology Major Psychology Major . MOBLEY, 18. MOFFETT, CHARLES JAMES RONDAL Baird, Tex. Snyder, Tex. Business Major Art Major Math Major Eta Beia Pi KV. Pi Epsilon Beta Pres.J fPres.l BA Club Kappa Pi IV. Pres.J Wl1o's Who 22. MOODY, BOYD LEE 23. MOORE, 24. MORRIS, JANIS Abilene, Tex. RICHARD GEORGE Riverside, Calif. Agriculture Major Cleveland, Ohio Business Major Education Major 28. MORRIS, 29. MOSES, 30. MUNS, NEDOM C WILLIAM DALE JR. CARROL DEAN Corsicana, Tex. so Little Rock, Ark. Los Fresnos, Tex. Education Major Chemistry Major Business Major Trojans IEC Baseball Badminton SEA Ai , 1. MUSSELMAN, CHARLES RUSSELL Ransom, Kans. Social Science Major 7. NEU, WAYNE Gainesville, Tex. Bible Major Knights 13. NEWSOM, GRACIE LEE Jacksboro, Tex. Education Major SSS NElLL, EDWARD THURMAN Port Lavaca, Tex. German and Ag Majors Trojans iPres.l Football iCapt.J Aggie Club NEUHOLD, ALFRED JOHN Lamar, Colo. Agriculture Major Aggie Club iPres., Rep.l Eta Beta Pi Delta Tau Alpha Who's Who NOBLE, JEAN E. Glenview, lll. English Major Band Yankee Club N.C. of E. transfer me ' AN 'faq' 20 NESMITH, SUSAN A. Boulder, Colo. Art Major Prickly Pear staff Press Club Pi Epsilon Beta iSec.J Orchestra "W" Club Kappa Pi Alpha Chi CSO SEA NEWHOUSE, ALLlE DORIS Lorenzo, Tex. Music Major . NORTON, MARJORIE ANN Manhattan, Kan. Art Major KSU transfer Omega Rho Alpha Pi Epsilon Beta Band CSO Alpha Chi "W" Club i -3 b 22 I - , Q.. A was 'AQ - 'Y Qi , - C - - bi' f A 'fr-1' D' , 'cg 3 - ' ' . ,, 'ii .5 'inf-lx , 25 'E X J, Qs if , is 4 . uf' . .fits A , -t vi g' .-'ti' : , V' :lf ' I Aa iv e: . H-'J s Q me .. -'iigiffl 3353 an. 'hi .i ,.' 26 X , X nf' -1217 rl -so S i .442!"5 '1'f""'Q 7 Vigil,-Q-. -'Q' :Qs : .ff . ,H-Yvx we-1' 5 'Cs'-' af SN l N X . t mga ., -. .-I ,xjv 1 ,j ' I3 I4 Y. is 5 NJ, ...Q A is J yr, x V h N., 19 ,K , ' ,- S jx, pl vm.. I .af E' .3 wits T W iii 1 XX i X, "-.ar ri Q ' ss ' K M ,,., Q . .Q :Z XX .5 sm ' ' , . , X ,wt ,-.g41"' ' . , 1 I :tif .A ,1 "U" JN -"' ODOM, FLOYD KIRK Three Rivers, Tex. Speech Major Phi Delta Psi Melpomeneans CV. Pres.j Alpha Psi Omega QV. Pres.l OLIVER, J. TOM Ft. Worth, Tex. Psychology Major Young Republican Club Cawtown Club lnpsyders BA Club Science Club Circle K ovsnsv, BARBARA ANNE Jacksonville, Fla. PE Major Pandoras WRA SEA ODOM, JEANIE Gainesville, Tex. Home Economics Major Zeta Rho fPres.j Kappa Delta Pi iSec.j Ellen H. Richards Club "W" Club CSO SEA Zellner Dorm Council o'REAR, ALBERT DEAN Balmorhea, Tex. Business Major PARK, GLENDA BETH Athens, Tex. Education Major Delta Theta "W" Club Kappa Delta Pi SEA ACE Seniors'61 OHLHAUSEN, ORLAN DEAN Sweetwater, Tex Math Major Kappa Epsilon Kappa CV. Pres., SEA Knights OSBORN, BlLL "MOSES" Abilene, Tex. Education Major Jr. Si Sr. Senator Edwards Dorm Council iSec.J Frater Sodalis CV. Pres.J Fresh, Fav. iRunner-upl SEA Press Club Optimist staff CBus. Mgr.J 1.-. ' ,. 9 .G L53 , T dvs .0 1. l 27. PRICE, DONALD W. Valley Mills, Tex. Bible Maior Eta Beta Pi 30. REESE, ARTHUR LEE Odessa, Tex. History Maior 33. REYNOLDS, WORLEY Albuquerque, N. M English Maior .X A A l-E lkf- I7 "f.f.11l5'r: ,. .v.. :..Iy,, 13 H L A .04 eo- ' f. '-P' W rv ,1- ' ,. X S.. - .cf-as . .-.,,, . r y ' X 28. RAMSEY, SANDRA 29. RASCO, SALLY Edmond, Okla. Tyler, Tex. Psychology Maior Education Maior REESE, BETTY G. Abilene, Tex. Education Maior SEA BA Club "W" Club Kappa Delta Pi 34. ROBERTS, JIMMIE GLENN Jennings, La. Chemistry Maior Frater Sadalis Jr. and Sr. Senator ACS REYNOLDS, DAL McCamey, Tex. Education Maior Sub T-16 Who's Who Varsity Football All Texas Team PATTON, ROBERT New Orleans, La. Social Science Maior PIRTLE, ROBERT G. 'II Salado, Tex. Education Maior SEA BA Club InPSYclers POWELL, CHARLOTTE Sunray, Tex. Education Maior 4555 ,ke 'rife Seniors '61 ' if: ,, . if V ,ff -111 5 - :fb-lfil 'f ,N ' : f "Th i-K ' Y ',..- D-ll 5. PHILLIPS, HERMAN Eldorado, Tex. Math Maior Football ftri- captainj Sub-T-16 lSecond Matej . POTTER, KAROL KAY Oklahoma City, Okla. Art Major . PRATHER, EWELL E. Lamesa, Tex. Business Major -. ff' .Wgn 26' A' . -' ', ' -,li ' i K, in N- it . Y -El I 'l if ' j 21 .Q . fg l f wg I I ei 'X c gn f '. hu.. G xi? ,t :- 1 .2, 'Q p if' a 1 Z l . 31 I-sv if ,ig 33 wits X 1 Emil PIPES, THOMAS D. Wichita Falls, Tex. Business Maier Knights Ctreasurer K of KJ Mabee Dorm Council Alpha Phi Omega POTTS, TERRY Dewey, Okla. Business Maior Galaxy BA Club Sooner Club 18. PRATHER, ORVILLE L Lamesa, Tex. Business Maior QR. we -H 1 R I N ' 'wir 5 xc-, f ' 4s.., 3- ,I 'u J '- ' ' 4 3 fi ' 1' . gf--A .fr--9 -,vs n 1' X , Xs, fx-.:. A Z . Fi ""Q1.f I X 1 6: 2 ,- fx- 1 wrt t RODRIGUEZ, VICTOR J. Denver, Colo. Bible Major SCOTT, LARRY CLEON Abilene, Tex. Mathematics Maior . ssxron, CHAROLYN GAIL Lawton, Okla. Education Maior SHOLLENBARGER, JANICE C. Abilene, Tex. Psychology Maior lnpsyders California Club BA Club ROSS, SIDNEY WAYNE Trent, Tex. Education Maior SCUDDER, LINDA LEE Graforcl ,Tex. Education Major Choralaires A Cappella Zeta Rho WRA Los Alegres Alpha Chi "W" Club Kappa Delta Pi Pi Epsilon Beta . SHAFFER, JOAN KAY Wichita, Kan. Art Major Delta Theta QISCC Rep.J Alpha Chi Kappa Pi lSec., Treas.J Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club CSO Pi Epsilon Beta SEA Who's Who . SHOLLENBARGER, JOSEPH H. Logan, N. M. Business Maior N. M. Club lPres.J Phi Delta Psi QTreas.D BA Club QPres.J RUCKER, DAVID JAMES W. Chicago, Ill. Sec. Education Major 9. ssARcv, WANDA LOU San Antonio, Tex. English Maior 15. SHELBURNE, GENE PAUL Abilene, Tex. Bible Major Who's Who 21. SHUPE, JACK Denver, Colo. English Major Bursars office Beauties: Gail Cheatham, Goldye Lewis, and Iazelle Brister money business with a tickled Mr. Mullins acting as backdrop... t Q s Y X i x ,.- X 5 i .' so N ' lu i 3- . :..1"1 ' 5, if nw-7 ' '- "'.,-il'-w -rf' V, I, 'I , 5 in 'lat 1 I s., :iff 'asf 5 I , .v l Ella vi 7 . 'E .ii -fi L, f 1. f I l 1" --QV - , ...ii:C'5B1'll' ' f I3 iii-fri. 19 fl? L .ln-:szrfi "v -' 1g ' S .sf ' A ,.. .R Q., . ,. - X 'AA' x W Lf .a '4ln. SILVEY, ROBERT MATTOX Rome, Italy English Maior Pickwickians Optimist staff Harding College Transfer 4 'Li-3 Q,-u Nm-are -of I? 'll N N, I, T2 .ze it L"-V .is :R "5 A' ' as .5-so 3 GS C.,-as 175' f . "c1. - , 'I' vt . lf F S f ' iw- fs ai 2 of C. . . V.' ia .X 3- X x -Q 1- J' A fi Q ' 2-. R gl., K of, f fflififl- 5gf'Qx'f',"Q- . f T-'f' 052 fit 2, -' The old ri11 takes on a new look when snow begins to pepper down. Seniors '61 26. STEPHENS, 41- 25 THOMAS cuNroN Rhome, Tex. Business Maior xl rn' 6 4. SMITH, ARDIS JANE 5. Tulsa, Okla, Psychology Maior SMITH, SHIRLIE JEAN Moundville, Ala. Pre-Professional Maior SPENCER, JIMMY RAY Gainesville, Tex. Bible Major Circle K Knights CHist.J STANCILL, JERRY LYNN Abilene, Tex. Business Maior SMITH, RICHARD JOHN Miami, Ariz. Education Major SEA Eta Beta Pi SONGSTER, TWILA JOAN Exeter, Neb. Education Maior T7. SPENCER, MERRITT ELMAN Guymon, Okla. History Maier 23. STANDRIDGE, SANDRA SUE San Jon, N .M. Elem. Education Maior "W" Club Alpha Chi Kappa Delta Pi SEA lTreas.J CSO Miss FTA of Tex. Homecoming Queen Nominee Sr. 8. Soph. Fav. fRunner upj Miss ACC iRunner- UP? SMITH, ROGER ALAN Odessa, Tex. Biology Maior SOSEBEE, BETTY ANN Abilene, Tex. Home Economics Mcior SPRIGGS, WILLIAM JAMES Wichita, Kan. English Maior Circle K Yankee Club Men's Glee Club Sigma Tau Delta fPres.J STEGEMOLLER, JOYCE Indian Gap, Tex. Education Maior SEA Zeta Rho lTreas.J McDonald Dorm Council Z' 'if'ff"?'.?i Jf1sL,QQ5N1s,,,fXfu,iu,QeI .W-, fs X .,g" 5 .Qi ' . 1 A,eJifgfw gs ff ff' A A' 1 V. "' 1 ' .- Q, 16" A J C wg' xiaitif 2' ' E ,el 517. ,f " 5".f'i. 1i.'1f,, -F A, 115 " 1'.-.-will-. sf 1- I I X-sax' 1 i I V, -1. -Q? -au..-P2 I I 1 i i 7. TAYLOR, EARL MILTON JR. Bokchito, Okla. Education Major i l 1 1 IO. TIMME, JAMES MAY S Victoria, Tex. Education Major I . 1 if 1. 2 I 'W M351 1, 1 ff " N' X 1. 5 I 5, I P' al X ro - f 5. .. dsgfgf 55. gf Es: 'f'.?5':.:' --napa -C, 1 is 3 1, STRAIT, JIMMY O. Tyler, Tex. Bible Major STURGESS, VIRGINIA SUE Tipton, Oklo. Education Major Seniors '61 TAYLOR, JAMES H. 9. THRASH, BETH San Angelo, Tex. Education Major SEA QV. Pres., State Pres.J Phi Delta Psi Melpomeneans Band Orchestra San Angelo Junior College transfer . TREMPER, DON ALLEN Abilene, Tex. Education Major Vernon, Tex. Education Major TREWITT, GEORGE W. Abilene, Tex. Psychology Major -.av auf 1. 91 I . Band lnPSYders fPublic 1' Rel.I L ' Optimist staff jj' . E RVNA. fri 5 i 7 X T0 X Es N I ,e Ng:-Q ,. . - . ig ,,.ee"':' ' X 1 jf . . ...ca . 'J , XI1: : i'fz-. ?"',' ,ji 159:99 3 l3. TROUP, 'l4. TUCKER, ANN I5. TURNER, JOHN E. - j RHINARD CHARLES Weatherford, Tex. Abilene, Tex. , ' ' 13 I Harbor Springs, Education Major Psychology Major Q I A W 11' Mich. SA CSec.J Circle K - W, j Bible Major Ko .lo Kai lnPSYders 5: j School Photographer "W" Club I A Alpha Chi 15 , E . - Kappa Delta Pi 5' K V , Gs, SEA I JL i , cso 1 I ff, XS 1. .. j 46 1 STRAKER, BERNARD HUGH Saskatchewan, Canada Education Major SULLIVAN, ANITA LOUISE Ponca City, Okla. Business Major BA Club. . Zeto Rho Choralaires Sooner Club ARI STRAUGHN, HAROLD KENT Kansas City, Kan. Journalism Major Optimist editor "A" Club Frater Sodalis Alpha Chi Who's Who Overseas Press Scholarship Bedichek Award Press Club CPres.D Press Club Scholar ship Pickwickians SWANSON, NANCY ANN Claude, Tex. Speech Major 1 1 --2 1 jk. j Q, 1 'Se fi-Q, 1, L x X Q 1 -,f,... '. .Q 1 Y TURNER, TOMMY CESSEL San Angelo, Tex. Psychology Major San Angelo Junior College transfer A Cappella QV. Pres.l Men's Quartet InPSYders CPres.l Who's Who "W" Club Melpomeneans Knights VEACH, VERNA MAE Mt. Vernon, III. Education Major Yankee Club SEA fParl.l CSO QV. Pres.J Pandoras CPres.l VOELKKE, NIM Collinsville, Tex. Education Major Knights SEA Circle K Press Club Prickly Pear staff VAN EWIJK, COR. J. W. Utrecht, Netherlands Bible Major VELTMAN, JOHN VICTOR San Antonio, Tex. Football Track Frater Sodalis Blue Key fParI.l Who's Who 23. WADE, R. A. Hamlin, Tex. Education Major 1a. VARNER, DARRELL WAYNE Abilene, Tex. Psychology Major Omega Rho Alpha . 'I6 7 f.. ll! dw I InPSYders Alpha chi BA Club VICE, I .sf -..ae ELIZABETH MARIE Abilene, Tex. Elem. Education Major Kappa Delta Pi "W" Club CSO Zeta Rho SEA CSec.l 20 24. WALL, GERALD DAVIS Mexio, Tex. Biology Major v' 23 Frustrated Phil and Go-Getter Gwynneth are off to a flying start in the aviation department. ff""3 Milam fgdghe , .I , I . 'JS '6 ANI ' -.32 xx rj 4, - ,,. L . 5 R. . A 7.'e5,,.,. 4 , ,, f,'41QXY1gKi,' QHAIIJIEK f I l 5 sa ,r :L 5' 3 f . :I ff .69 1. X L , 4 - C ' h iuuump 1 ,N IIIIIIIIIIIIBWII I Zaman, E ,A 114 I l S 1 1 in f- P' :cfs iff' wks., V fjl '1- xx. ml t . I M .fn X my U -f4w:w'- f,Qi vein Egg -sl 'Q' T .. 3 ' A-'ff 2 ff' . H 3 1. WALLACE, WARD, WARNER, ' ' CAROLYN PEGGY ROBERT - gl' '.,- ' "" A ' lRENE JOYCE GRAHAM ' 'Z " ' . Aga' 7 Dallas, Tex. Houston, Tex. Winston- ,...? -I ' jf Education Speech Edu- sdlelll, N. .' QQ Maior cation Major Education it H sk ' J! 55 A Cappella Melpome- Maier 5,---ff f M SEA neans iHis.l , ,T ' Pandoras Alpha Psi Nm Q Omega CSec.J Pandoras SEA K 3, cso xxx Kappa Deha X Pi CTreas.l "W" Club I ff ,.l, H-5-.4 Choralaires g4a5Qi gHk I 5 6 vi .4 A 5 4, WATSON, wean, wean, S 'ul PAUL .IUNYA BETH MAURICE . X LAYTON Carrizo Abilene, Tex ' Abilene, Tex. Springs, Tex. Bible Maior ' Greek Maior Physical Edu- QL5, 3 cation Major QM .Q? X,-ff M gy., X Q X 'Ni vi 'N-: Qt Seniors '61 Sylvia Cheat, Jackie Lucado, and lane Adrian discovered life in the home management house was not all cr bed oi rases. .-T he :Q.Q.xw-zemvsa-wllvw 'fn-I .75 V ,,,c....,s Y .ww RW leans. Q..-Hive it lv lim ' . I 34.--.rw1 'Q ..-' - a A ly.. .-N, en '4 -S 'suu:i.nuvm-A.. ' -' 4' ' " 1 7. 2 v WHITFIELD, JOHN H. M. Thessalon, Ontario Mathematics Major WILDS, JOHNNY -- Vzlf j Texas City, ' Tex. Psychology ' Major . ix 'lik Bernard Warwick exhibits one ol the many ways of working one's way through school. Here he collects tickets from Max Blackburn and Marcella Green. I2 7 I , I3 I4 ' A -1 is sf' ,vc 5 , ,J j 5- rl x, V j. .fy if if 1 j 1 5' an .5 .,? 4 vllllll . j , ,1,y,1, , V rl, "ig" lllll I 1 , 15 I li 3, as, 'Q K' x L' Xl I 1 X A . lg-'r ' :si bs., . 31'j,"i Q' Q .I I8 fn- ,-...fx fb-fl pl sa .fi V Q 'J " 'ar xt wr' i f X sg? X My X ,, l 'I Vw, .- mu. 1 i I XX I "'-xi N i li BX wt V B. WILBECK, MONA KRISTIN Hungerford, Tex. Speech Major IO. WILLIAMS, JAMES L. Shreveport, La. Business Major Alpha Phi Omega lTreas.J Louisiana College transfer w1uv1ErH, DON BURTON Tyler, Tex. Speech Major East Texas Club A Cappella Alpha Chi "A" Club Alpha Psi Omega lPres.J Melpomeneans CPres.J Who's Who WOOD, ROBERT EDWIN Arlington, Va. Business Major YATES, LINDA Tulsa, Okla. Education Major Delta Theta jP.B. Officeri Kitten Klub 1Pres.i Nelson Dorm Council fPres.J SEA Sooner Club I 1 "" 5 Q Ni ij, 9 .1 jl. I, 1 5 ' x L Y 4 J f , am J I A4 3 We A 1 II. WILLIAMS, NANCY ANN LACY Shreveport, La. Journalism Major Harding Col- lege transfer Kitten Klub Press Club WILSON, WILLIE JOE Bynum, Tex. Biology Major WYRES, BARBARA San Antonio, Tex. Physical Education Major YEAGER, CLIFTON Lodgepole, Neb. Mathematics Major York transfer Kappa Epsilon Kappa lRep.D Prickly Pear staff I-F ' 5 - ..-.,:. 2' Lf? 4 J . if .3 C -Q 'f sh. rx. A 'Q it Y 'JI sl' WOLF, MARINE LA RUE Wichita, Kons. Psychology Major Pickwickians Inpsyders Veteran's Club Kansas Club U. of W. transfer YATES, JAMES RODNEY Ft. Worth, Tex. Education Major YouNG, DOUGLAS G. Laramie, Wyo. Speech Major Temporary Fresh. Pres. Band lSect. Leader? Embers 49 Ne Nj-f,,, .. - may X. X-4 I 5' 4 rox? 5, 1 tt , it e kvngi Win-- 1. BELL, WILLIAM 2. Pueblo, Colo. Mathematics Maior I 4. GOLIGHTLY, X K 'I XX ., 4 'ft x ' ...--Y H-of 64' ft-1:-. -jfqffrf ' ig. f . . fi Q95 i ' Q 1,55 I an .a N fr-'fx 'Oh ., x 'I 'Z' .1 -f - o Q' t A K '- -A .V A .. I , A VY 1 sivqliv' f Whosits demonstrates the thing-a-ma-jig on the 24,000 dollar whatchamay- callit that operates the doomayilotchey in the whatsits lab. tLarry Smith! 9. WALKER, 10. YUE, GEORGE S. MICKEY WINSTON Causeway Buy, Abilene, Tex. Hong Kong Bible Maior Economics Major 50 . LOVE LADY, DARLENE C. Redding, Calif. Sec. Education Maior 35.555 A N ALVIS CLINTON Dallas, Tex. Bible CDocfrinalJ Major Rotun, Tex. Bible Maior FUNK, NEAL R. 3. GALE, JAMES D. Abilene, Tex. Biblical Languages Major 5. LAU, JOHN J. LOVE, BILL Pittsburgh, Pa. Abilene, Tex. Bible CDocfrinalJ Speech-Bible Maior Mcnior Graduates MARTIN, DAN ALTON Belton, Tex. Economics Maior SMITH, DERWOOD C. Tulsa, Okla. 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Beakley, Raby Jean Brownwood, Tex. 22. Beeman, John William Dallas, Tex. 23. Bennett, Rita Jan Anson, Tex. 24. Bergman, Wayne Laredo, Tex. 29. Black Don R. Colorado City, Tex. 30. Boren, Charles Belton, Tex. 31. Bownds, Ellen G. Beaumont, Tex. 32. Brannan, Judith Anne Breckenridge, Tex. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Adams, Ernest Loyd Odessa, Tex. Allen Billy Jan Temple, Tex. Allen, Kay Beeville, Tex. Alley, Patty Jo Kansas City, Mo. Anderson, Darrell Allen Plainview ,Tex. Arledge, Robert Orange, Tex. Armistead, Robert Thomas Corsicana, Tex. Ash, Eula Jean Desdemona, Tex. Bailey, Betty J. Homer, La. Bailey, Jelsing Jonathon Yellowgrass Scsk. 11. Baird, Al w. Navasoia, Tex. 12. Ballow, Richard Allen Fresno, Calif. ,like 13 14 .C 1 ,gs X saw X, .5 ,wr . h. -- .Af .. - J Q ' Sz. ' Q J L, e il 7 " ' 1 S-A. I- S-, W' x ' .5 1 22 1 . Ns" ""'ZV QC' J' xi' 5 Xxx f-x' . W- X 14 m X , 1 111. 1:12 A ' att . ' 1 lib ., X. 2:1:1"2-gif.-Q. -qu.. 1 l. ,Q . 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Bruce, Gwendolyn Marie ZW ' 1 I Tyrone, Okla. A 5 lk. ' ,F Q , " 41. Bruner, Ovella Beth J, - : ' . -gr . - , ff - 1 ' I Bowne, Tex. U e ' A ji' L 42. Burks, T. Kenneth 1 -Q. if El Caion, Calif. -,eh - 44 if" f-Y -2 v 5 QT, 2 ' U". 'Z - X '-5 - '- I fill . , 43 -A 44 45 . ,Q A . Calvert, Eddie Taylor " 'Q 'ffl jg R lift., Texarkana, Tex. 'L N ' ,K Campbell, Bettye Ruth . ,iv In ,- Abilene, Tex. x 'Z' '- ' 45 Campbell, Brenda Cheron X ,V ' I 'QA f Los Angeles, Calif. s - . V ' 1 Q' - : -L .f-xx, . .--03 mag. - iifziis 3251 5,7 'f 1 and one-half minute reserve," says Mrs. lfygjj , . gf?i3g 95,3 nf., ' .a ' z- ' we . f "H if-m '- , I 5 ...Q 322. Z-EWS' l ' ,,.y "",' j 'iii'-Fi J u n io rs I7 I8 " 19 zo .QL , .N W I -' Q., ' A " HN V H.. 17. Campbell, Shirley 3 'X '-- gg 55 6 Ex ' Abilene, Tex. 8 ' 1? - 18. Cantrell, Marilyn T"'. as 'gr :W Qi Morgan Mills, Tex. : I N' ' ' 'Q 'l9. Capps, K. Ann " V lf. . ' Brady, Tex. , - .. f 4 I .-, ., I . T . 20. Carithers, Kay ll ' P 4 A" f ll ' 3 Baytown, Tex. j ,' ,fi y A .,, l 5 I f Pm Qi ry":1- ,eg-ygfw 'xr-F ' . . . 25 , , ., ze 27 -4. 28 nfl' ,A i ,gh as ,. 5. V ei, A V' ,N il . Carr, Jerry Doane 3 in ' ' is '- 'D+ 14 Redlands, Calif. B - Y '. . 26. Carruth, Gordon Stewart Y. ., H Sweetwater, Tex. X M' ff ' V - -' 27. Cash, Joe Lynn ' ' 5.5, N' l . Knox City, Tex. iq I "' :ffi"" N 31" 28. Cave, Sara Jane ,',5Q4q.A,,,. ,V f 1: -,.,,g' ,,, Roby, Tex. . 1:::S:fiz:3fE5fff X ' V 33 34 35 36 W Y K, 33. Chaffin, Lyle Dwain "' 'N K .Q ww-Q 'M 3 2. Woodward, Okla. ,U I Cl k 0' Alb .. . ar , tus ert - " N' Stanley N. M. .4 ,, , . -on X .3 ' '71,-. . Clack, william David .1 ' . Jasper, Tex. i ? . 36. Clark, Exa Belle 'ff ' C 1 f H, ., San Augustine, Tex. . , ,V 1 151 53 awww I an Y an f ll, ll x..-,. I . 5 limi me tllll .f zulu 'I . fain ll lllll not ima nun -S I 2 time White columns and a quiet evening provide the background for Eldon McDaniel and Dottie Davis. 'szj - -w w ., ' - S, . V., 1' 'Q A r Y J: . r . F 7 .' 3-4 J - Q! 31 onli ..,N. .a,", , fs A 'gk'- 'a 511' fi Z, ' stil . , A, kb, 3 ,.n- V 'k .' -45 . 5 ks .ff '- . . .- Q - . f 5 " S . 352 ff - . r ef ' ' ' . A .-.2 f r' .2 ' " ' X . llix zbfgl.-ffl:-dill ':. ..+er135 N g A- ,"5'QZ,..Q55::53 .. X ff- se ':z2- . T 1 ss- .ya .K a , mx A , W Wi r - X N ' . "PN-SE-E1E':"" 1"S2SEE1'1:'- ' s:.:::3ig?-X 1. xx ci-5 ' 4? 'X .1 The formidable research paper keeps Gae Hollifield and Linda Powell close to the well-oiled typewriter. W vm ..,, 1 f ' -. t Wx , .gm xx rs ash QX B 'V X, N X c x . Sifrmx sq flifl i . 2 J 3 .. V N- N K .Q I., laiq Qi, N? ew W f f f M -i s, ' Q L.-7 X- l C 'I :M 'll .-1' '- ,h f' X qb - .mb -sv ..j- . x - - -ilfffz' . Q Nr 'Dv 1 , X r Ni P S A 3 .- s' if fi- qi , 'A v1'5x:,' ,RN Ex 'x Q -a X is I . Ei'-Q?::1. 'if. rg ,gg may ox ' 'w...,1zY' Conner, Coy Plainview, Tex. Cook, Tony Abilene, Tex. Corner, Gene Albuquerque, N. M. Corner, Linda Hobart, Okla. Cox, Lillian Juanice Sonora, Tex. Crabtree, Charles Leonard Midland, Tex. Crenshaw, M'liss Ann San Antonio, Tex. Davis, Mary Jim Mertzon, Tex. Deal Robert Earl Abilene, Tex. Dennis, Myrna Joy San Antonio, Tex. Derrick, Donnabeth Waco, Tex. Dodd, Linda L. San Antonio, Tex. DuBoise, James C. Norman, Okla. Duncan, David Lee Longview, Tex. 12. 15. 9. Clark, James Richard, Jr Brownsville, Tex. . Clayton, Evelyn Faye Earth, Tex. . Clements, Beverly Ann Watsonville, Calif. Gainesville, Tex. 13. Coldwell, Carol Ann Tulsa, Okla. 14. Coleman, Kay Atlanta, Ga. Colvin, Gary L. Canon City, Colo. . Cupell, Fred Winslow, Ariz. Cutrig ht, Drusilla Marguerite Big Spring, Tex. Kennedy, John F. Washington, D.C. Danchak, Joe Wayne Pearsall, Tex. Daniels, June C. Augusta, Me. Dareshori, Hosseingholi Farhang Hang, Shirag, Parss, Iran Darnell, James Newton Grand Junction, Colo. Duncan, Jimmie Mt. Pleasant, Tex. Duncan, John Davis Temple, Tex. Duncan, Lynda Carol Ft. Worth, Tex. Duncan, Rae Annette San Angelo, Tex. Dye, Kenneth Gerard San Marcos, Tex. Dye, Phil Graden Breckenridge, Tex. Eubank, Lynda N. Nashville, Tex. l. Falkner, James Avery Big Spring, Tex. 2. Fallis, Jim Dan Bartlesville, Okla. 3. Finley, Lester Landus Loraine, Tex. 4. Fleet, James Robert Gilmer, Tex. 5. Forbess, Clyde Burton Fremont, Tex. 6. Foster, Frank Adams Sudan, Tex. 7. Foster, Patsy Lou Malvern, Ark. 8. Foster, William James Garland, Tex. Clodfelter, Charles Manley -L ' -...EJ3 4 1 Wm ,311 , . .. :ii ' - f .35-fu 1 In lxf, I ,J Xe 1 X 9. Q i".' +23 , 1 wi--r "3 'I .li- 1 "T" 1 22 .xrya-'A -I' 41 'R Y! 5 . I Q .1 C2 !""f' 7 , x..,f X, f 5 . -.21 ...if S Ji! .,q, -ff, -. vm ',,u,..1'jw - 'X- ' wr -1 I-1 X 'xi .,, H v x hy'-3 Q43-4 E' Sjxg Qu? L K ht H .gf 5113.11 5 1. , ,- H-lZi,f:.v'Y'2 ,Am 32 I in aa 1 ""5 1 I' 4- K4 fw- Karr- 39 40 s-F: ,,-41 XXL' X ..., N. . K Juniors .V K .W:.i' 1 36 I K , 111 ' x - ' -1- i .fu X '- 'ilgsn Z X , 1-fi. R 2 1' gl' "lv 1 Q 'V - . 'L Q25-he X I 'Wi7"1,,,l4, 41 42 1 ,51 43 1 i E 1 ,Ld '.f 'V' 7 ' ' fi - V L. . was fm , ' - 1 L. .Q W: ii: Y -, .. in af' ' f 5 lf, 53' , .11 W 1 1 N N s '1 I I I N 1, 55 Fowler, Glenda Gay Brady, Tex. Francis, Elizabeih Anne Dallas, Tex. Franks, Louise Ft. Worlh, Tex. Freeland, Carolyn Jean Baytown, Tex. Fryar, Melvin D. Big Spring, Tex. Gattis, Edward Lynn Montow, Tex. Gibson, David Eugene Oklahoma Cily, Oklo. Gill, Judith Lovington, N.M. 10 .nn-X 'D kv: we. ...Q . nip! x 1 1 I f ,... x ' l 'l'fr'H'1TTi 14 -4' 1-1 1.1 xx X I rs N V I X315 l .11-fwff-iv." X 1-i'ie:h:11.fSK. .. :sal ij V:c..:i:ff-' , Q Hailey, James H. Dallas, Tex. Hallum, Dick Athens, Tex. Hallom, Mary Jane Ranger, Tex. Hamilion, Glen W. Goldendale, Wash. Handley, Helen Louise Raymondville, Tex. Harmon, Barbara Sue Tulsa, Okla. W' 11 in 1 fe 12 uc x I ' Qu. r -JN x 5 . A . WE.. .- - . X 'l'l V . 1513 12 a S M 'R - ww .. X 1 x Q X X tv A 'C x .. 2.-:ii 1,-:f':-:N X N13 Q.-N x 2 'ob X 'l5 16 E 6 . , we X . xwqy we ,K 1, C- ff . . .. ,. .5 if ,x ' fx X. l f N f se itz. X X A 1221. lfiglia 121 '. 1 5 3515? X.. 1 .1 N , l'-5 '. ufiibf. .asses 1 ' 7 5 is QE Jx" or E M. X Glenn, Joe Wellingfon, Kan. Graham, M. Ann Cameron, Tex. Gray, Sherry Jo Montrose, Colo. Green, Harry Lee Abilene, Tex. Grice, Trueborn A. Leuders, Tex. Griffin, L. Glynn Anderson, Mo. Grivas, Nick E. Housfon, Tex. Hackler, Hubert Ned Sylvia, Kan. -f 'A A. 1 .. X Harper, Jeanefie lv--uv ' ' Shreveport, La. Harper, Maxie Wayne Abilene, Tex. .. f., Liwkggh V, . ,Q . f ' a' X' is Xl Q N 'T"'A: xg-Qi' Ps X 5? i. 9 ,fm ' x Rl Q X ' . 'W 1 V1 'XX 'E 'W 31 N Q xg i. 13 1 1 W ' 5 .. a 3 W r, Af- ' 29 vfb .- v 'V ' Ll A 'lm -xl N I -hy Juniors 33 34 35 36 37. 38. 39. 40 41 . 1 N, .1 - . X . v ,- . - X' -' 1. l .' sm. N - K 1 --' 45 'Q Y 'ff . " ' 4 - l , . Q f 1 ' Q . -' ' ff 'i 'iii 4- 4, t' 1- .. . jr, V 'lu U l ', 16.1 QF iss' J, qt '4-rn '4 , A! ' 1 A 26 3? K Xa I-3' w Y-0 Hipp, Sidney Elwyn Crystal City, Tex. Hise, Bobby Glenn Amarillo, Tex. Hoag, Robert David San Antonio, Tex. Holley, Charles L. Waco, Tex. Hollifield, Gae Dumas, Tex. Horton, Clark Sue Andrews, Tex. Houts, Lahoma, Janell Raymondville, Tex. Huey, Sally Jo Plymouth, Ill. 'QE ,,.-r 1 .- fv- .. 1-QJ hx wr' ' SQ? 'T ..-..,:, -. .. X- 44-5.0m N az 4 in nl 1 lt D, 4, 33 34 l"4"R' i' 0 . Harrison, Jimmie Gayle Holliday, Tex. Haynes, Ruth Ronell Artesia, N.M. Hartt, Mary Jo Fclrmersville, Tex. Hash, Roberta Shirley Childress, Tex. Henderson, Brenda Elaine Allen Park, Mich. Herrington, Howard Wayne Moody, Tex. Hibbs, Glen Howard Borger, Tex. Hinman, Anna lee Dallas, Tex. wi" ,J J 5 if-1 J 7. '.- 'E .mf-W .is 37 1, s ek, gg.: 40 , X, N405 fr , J wil.-.A +5- -. V ii ' 5 sq T 5 , 5 . , f - xx we -. I .-1' . .T ' V -be .1 ,. lx "' A Q , 2 Xxx! Ffi::'ff5iEiii'-':Y5':i73Q-1 Q.. 6-:I 43 44 M1111 - i egg! . . . . - 5. ,ggi Hutchins, James Edwin .P -'Q -.3 2 ... Azle, Tex. M 'Z U Isbell, Oran Dean -' tim:-y :ft San Angelo, Tex. x"f 1 Ivie, Lucretia Ann ,X 'F X Putnam, Tex. A Jackson, Margaret Ann AVS'-ti Murfreesboro, Tenn. li . 47 ' lk 48 A x W . Jackson, Sandy Jo af' 5' El Paso, Tex. ' x Johnson, Joe Bren! M IL, Abilene, Tex. P Johnson, Nedra s, I Ft. Worth, Tex. Jordon, Dan H. Nashville, Tenn. " I diff' . V Sblgy-: QIMSQAW K ,X lil ,mix 4' ,Xp l 1 . XQ5--X .f.-,.,.'f?::Q:fX X ...QW . Xi-.QSQWS . X-mee., e X P 'gtk l l I l .Xl Ml l l .l l l XX ll rl X li 'i i. i, l 2 ll ll i. Xl l I l X l X l I L X 3 l 2 l ll Xl Q A We g so A typical intellectual excursion is enjoyed by Ron Priddy. .-... -.. ......... Doyle Hodges and jerry Jordan exchange quips during KACC's re- mote broadcast at Rip's Drive-in. ACC's vivacious cheerleaders spur the Wildcats on to victory. The cheer- leaders are Uront rowl: Ginger Coffman, Ieanette Hughes, Lindy Merriott. fsecond :owl Dan Watkins, Norris Long, Dan Onstott. Lamon, Sandra Joyce Cleburne, Tex. Lane, Myrle Ann Shreveport, La. Lansford, Paul Anthony Corsicana, Tex. Lary, Patricia Mary Brownfield, Tex. Lauen, John Wayne Tulsa, Okla. Lester, Ruane Evelyn Uvalde, Tex. Leske, Sandra Cuero, Tex. X K N T a N WJ.. Q fit '-- -C, Ny. x - an Q, C -,.4 16. I7. 28 34 Sh Kelly, Emily Weedon Roswell, N.M. Kelso, Marilyn A. Merkel, Tex. Keyser, John Robert Ft. Worth, Tex. Knight, E. Maureen Ontario, Canada Kauhn, Roger Wayne Dodge City, Kan. Lacy, Kenneth Freeman III Shreveport, La. Lamkin, Robert Duane Mullinville, Kan. Letts, Betty Corpus Christi, Tex. Lewis, Goldye Abilene, Tex. Llewellyn, Janet Ft. Worth, Tex. 18. Loney, Jan Temple, Tex. 19. Lynch, Dudley Morton Hobbs, N.M. 20. Marshall, Bobbie Jo Lamesa, Tex. . Martin, Helen Bain Devine, Tex. ,,...s. NA-Sv ,QL 35 T ,hg- i 21, v' V' .VE ' .,. c., s"elv'f-. i- - is Q' , Ls w f 1' , 0 L K 9 J . 19. K L -- Ks. VA Wg. SI XX 1. x 5 N ..n lf 2' can Vases N.- we-'SP' wr 'I ...G 'J .h S7Qx'O-1 .. X QNX' w' . ' Qu. -A, . . l 'Sv 'za' p gi" vt N, ' v jf? 'J .' 1-gtg-7 ., ist", - - 's ff 'ffa-is-s'f "f "4af05:xx' ' R N f A vial Q x N T' X N81 t L X x - A xx N N N X 'll L . 1 X. A we 4' 2.4 H Nzu' elfxvl 3 ,fi ' . 4 f' ' if 1 ' V 14 5 filg m., 13 19 .eye . " A J wr 7 3 f' av- ' Y - -3 .1-'A . X, fa- X X'-7 "'T?' 7 wr Y 1 XA Juniors 22. Martin, Lindo Lee Dallas, Tex. 23. Martin, Meta Jan Belton, Tex. 24. Mathews, Richard Harrison Austin, Tex. 25. Matlock, Charles A. Wichita, Kan. 26. Massey, Jess Irvin Glendale, Calif. 27. Mayes, Ronald Jay Chickasha, Okla. 28. McBride, Ronnie Electra, Tex. 29. McCaughun, Linda Gail Abilene, Tex. 30. McCaughan, William Thomas Abilene, Tex. 31. McDonald, Rosemary Temple, Tex. 32. McFarland, John C. Dallas, Tex. 33. McKinney, Wanda Lee Pleasanton, Tex. 34. McKinnis, Mike F. Foxdado, Tex. 35. Mclean, Sidney Lee Menlo Pork, Calif. 36. McMillion, Darlene Hartville, Mo. 37. McMinn, Anita Joyce Corpus Christi, Tex. 38. McMulIin, Cecil Paul North Little Rock, Ark. 39. McPhaul, Linda Louise Lamesa, Tex. McPherson, Dan James Big Spring, Tex. Meneer, Brenda Si. Boniface, Manitoba Mercer, Jean Ellen Brooldine, Mass. Mickey, Peggy Elaine Vernon, Tex. Miller, Charles E. Abilene, Tex. Miller, Curtis Todd Waco, Tex. Miller, Larry J. Ft. Worth, Tex. Moody, Lewis Denson Hudson, Okla. Morrison, Gay Wichita Falls, Tex. Morrow, Mollye Browning Abilene, Tex. Moss, Dee Ana Bellflower, Calif. Myers, Richard Earl Alice, Tex. Nash, Teddy Joe Gotelo, Okla. Nelson, Charles San Antonio, Tex. Newhouse, Don Max Roby, Tex. Nowlin, Louie Allen Denver, Cala. Norton, Judy Ann Jal, N. M. Norwood, Jim R. Seattle, Wash. Offutt, George Q. Munday, Tex. Oldham, Dennis Elton Abilene, Tex. Onstott, Dan M. Dallas, Tex. Owens, Rochelle Abilene, Tex. Parker, Jan Elise Crane, Tex. Parrish, Linden Joe Mf. Vernon, Tex. A 32' . -I7 x 18 l .. -. W 'A QE-if 3- f l' V .L 1 .we -ar .5-,Z K X .ggi V .Eff xr' At: - Y --Yk A ..., I X ft 26 .i-3' , 27 'Cx r I ' . X-I A 4 ani ' , P f QPFLQ- . in 'Q .,1.f"S X . '1 Q .s - L fi if Juniors 40 A . X 4'l Q., 71,13 it 1 et :xl . 4. , i ,Sk X X X '23 - ,es fr .fr B 5 x . . ' ..,, . N- , Q - x xg- , 3 - 1' i i 1 . A e ' - me ' fl E r-X f ii" - 2 ' . ' Q-Q f qw X X ,Q K "Bi 'lg .X iil l Q To QS S XX 1. mx! in ,.. nv- , 'ff 1 ii? . .. x if . M.. N-if 'R-M. .v":. gi - ' f 'T ,. s. T3 x . 'I4 ,1 X, -,. f Q' 9 5' il. .55 . JL, Q ci- : .-1 21 'GJ W4 e 6 i , 2 A tr . KL ,K f... 15 .. - .Y . 4- 22 l 1..gi'ga5 ' 2 fl X ft F' f Q-5 V98 X 1 'f Aizfffzx Zig' 3 Jiiullfgg M AE. f'91QTg,,5s .,' fs I'-10 N 5 I .1 lf'- . 1 i , pf . wx Leis, , X , 12? Iii ff . I fix 3 ff I s - 4 -xx xv' 24 Wfsm' fly. V. ie' 5,5 . gg, 3 lflrigrf f' -Q 'Lf 1 . H if e i ,. ' ..-1. '1'.g'ii.fx.e"Y'5!.Q7 4 ff. fa K .. 37. Richter, Oneida Sue Abilene, Tex. 38. Riggs, Glenda Nell Roscoe, Tex. 39. Rizer, William Keith Abilene, Tex. 44. Roberson, Martha Katherine Anson, Tex. 45. Roberts, Jimmy D. Abilene, Tex. 46. Roberts, Joe Van Auburn, Ky. 22 23 Patterson, Johnny Lee Brownfield, Tex. Payne, Shirley Ann Donna, Tex. Pennock, Carolyn Englewood, Colo. Peterson, Arthela Peterson Guymon, Okla. Pieree, Shirley June Hereford, Tex. - Pinon, Lila Mae Carlsbad, N. M. Porter, Lewis Lee Norton, Tex. Powell, linda Lee Paducah, Ky. . Preston, Howard Grady Shallowater, Tex. . Purcell, Norris Duane Coleman, Tex. . Qubty, Farouk Abdo Nazareth, Israel 24. Randolph, Carol Ann Denver, Colo. 29. Randolph, Robert M. Van Nuys, Calif. 30. Rovanelli, James Albert Albuquerque, N. M. 31. Reese, Harold M. Abilene, Tex. 32. Reid, Benna Von Goldthwaite, Tex. "There it is again!" One s name on the Ixst oi students called to the Dean's office starts the day ol! nqht I. Roberts, Patti Marie Crokett, Tex. 2. Roclak, Betty Louise Wheeling, W. VU. 3. Roe, Rosuile Corpus Christi, Tex. 4. Rogers, Don C. Hobbs, N. M. l l l 5. Rose, Joella S Liberal, Kuns. A 6. Royal H. lorry : San Antonio, Tex. 7. Rummel, Kay Sue f Toledo, Ohio T 8. Russell, George William i Houston, Tex. S 13 l ll xl 4? GI? """:4 Q I 30. 2 gi . Q l - 21 22 1, T, f 1: ,. u V QS'-'fix-. N A 1 . "Q'1e' fl xr-f X N Q 'flu r llllxl I l l Y Il .il I f 1 , l 3 Juniors I l f 1 l l l P l A .. 5 . X Q ev -K Vwzx-x .e X: ,I 1.-. .Q , , 'I 1 if 2 'D- y I M, ' -.MJX vt ' I 1. f. J f , ffl.- 4... E i vi: sexi .. ,... .X "3"'9WN' ..-onli Q l. C' r x x , io tual 'L I5 Q 5' X I J' x - f yur o ' lil' X Yi i 3 . . 5 5 1 t l Spain, Betty Florence, Ala. Spain, Carla lone Abilene, Tex. Spaulding, Robert T. Hamlin, Tex. Spencer, Bettye Sue Littleton, Colo. Sprayberry, Daniel Gene Abilene, Tex. Steele, Karen Tulsa, Okla. Steward, Gordon Lewis Albuquerque, N. M. Stiggins, Larry Lynn Plevna, Kan. Sewell McDonald the Cztxzenshxp and Science building were trans- planted for this pep rally that soon became a panorama of excite- 11 fm "If 12 A 5: ,W l .4 W ' s. A fs v tix., , .47 I, Qi, K ,K 15 X 15 Jnlgi 1. X , fax I Vu is -qv ' ws 1 . R'-5 , 2' "'IZ? ff X x 5 A X J J. ,cs 5 1 r l Biff 1 :z R x '7 1: M f R FG 11. 1 :iii lwswmfl I 25 f4gv.ff1. ' ' 2- " 532-f 3. . N 1 1 if Smith, .Ieannene Ann Tulsa, Okla. Smith, Judith Ann St. Francis, Kons. Smith, Larry Gray Abilene, Tex. Smith, Mitty K. San Antonio, Tex. Smith, Sandra Kay Carlsbad, N. M. Smith, Zenna M. Pisgah, Iowa Snow, Joyce Abilene, Tex. Sowell, David S. Cleburne, Tex. 1 ,Wh exl11 N 1 1 y 'Q 4' 'pg ,,, 'A , ' as Juniors ' 1 iff . ",-1 uf' -' Her. . , , ,lg .ZA .W :gi , -...V X nv gg 'P 1 W . 29' We - , 1 - Q" 'Z S2211 V3 N 3 bf., ,A ,A b .T-,figlviix ,1Q.4 "5' ' A ,+G ,- it 5 6 flf. fb '3' .,g ...Jr ' :X gg-A . :Ex ' ' fa EQ iii -..N , 1 5-.:Q:jJ ',v.Av 1 'y s. .::fl:V:fIg. -h5i :: ,,, V. 3:1 . A f .-,gfkiiilr'5jgQf'f?f ' 55 Lv 7 .Z-.1 . 8 if X R 131, I E ,S , NS.: P. A 11 l j, 1....,f-Y' -A 11 ap, Q , b w . -- 1 ,A 'S ' ,QA 9 'IO I2 TWT' 1, P vp. 41, . .. w i. E, -,. X. - aff -1-wx' -. bs, 'xiii' gg-V gf, e . gg 15' ' s I' , Stock, Gayle Evonne Kirkman, Iowa Summerlin, Philip Harbin Port Arihur, Tex. Sullivan, Loretta Lois Muleshoe, Tex. Sullivan, J. Larry Ennis, Tex. Taliaferro, Gary D. Ft. Worth, Tex. Taylor, Barbara Ann Santo, Tex. Thompson, Peggy Ann Howe, Tex. Tidwell, Dee Pinon, N. M. 9. Tudor, Boyd A. Muskogee, Okla. 'l0. Tudor, Loretta Mae Livingston, Mont. 11. Wade, Thomas Donald Georgetown, Tex. 12. Wall, Darrel Elwyn Mexia, Tex. Walker, Gwen 0. Dinuba, Calif. Walker, Gwynel Ozona, Tex. l ...Si -" ' 13 is -lilillglpfiii . l4 V R., 'T 13, 'A , 1 14. ajf - 7 11 -,Q L Y, . ,Q ,539 'Till 1-'jj jfffi 3: : if" gf QR. . , J. 'QE -.av "-'-'fr 20 ' x --- "J B-, Y'."'N -or-'U' William Parker utilizes cz familiar sanctuary for ACC students. - 1 mnmww.c1bxec+x.- few. :xv -K is kill. Wallace, Kenneth Midland, Tex. 7 W 6 U 16. Ward, John Marcus Snyder, Tex. Warwick, Glyndolyn El Paso, Tex. Watkins, Gilbert Son Angelo, Tex. Watson, Lawrence Memphis, Tenn. Wells, Doyle Woco, Tex. Wesner, Ken R. Cordell, Oklo. Kenneth Wheeler Phoenix, Ariz. 23. Wheeler, Ray Ruth Robstown, Tex. ' Dumas, Texas ' as .1 Jig, i J ff, ' 24. White, Sue i :L .L Widener, Lloyd. Jr. Wilbanks, William Lee ,I Q X Abilene, Tex. Wallace, Bobbie Baytown, Tex. N, Wilkinson, Grady Clarenden, Tex. Wilson, Jim Akron, Ohio 27 28 l Z 'Y tikiib 'Fi' Lockney, Tex. Juniors .9-N , fe? 30. Witt, Bryan Dan Abilene, Tex. 31. Woods, Elaine , , Topeka, Kan. 32. Woods, Margaret Ann Galena Park, Tex. W, ir, s isur' -if 'a In Rfk IJ Rim '! EH., 3 t 3 iv ' 1 aff ' ' .5 Vg- 44- .1 Wright, Mary Anita A Hobbs, N. M. , . if. wright. E. Ronald nj KU .5 -, Abilene, Tex. 'Q i' Wynne, Pat -4-. " Son Angelo, Tex. ,A Van Zandt, John Raymond Jr. San Antonio, Tex. ao r :es no .3 ,,,..-f 1 . -Q 3 ,- . 36 5 fiwmnrlp fir I vu. N r iz' Verett, Gary Dwayne Abilene, Tex. 4' " f"' .4- Vermillion, Shirley Ray Amarillo, Tex. lag - Yarbrough, Sarah Beth TNT37 Ft. Worth, Tex. Yue, Helen S. Y. Abilene, Tex. mIl .sis- iilff.. ' Anderson, Robert Eldon Breckenridge, Tex. Anderson, Sandro Juarine Chattanooga, Tenn. Arhelger, Katherine Arleene Mason, Tex. Ault, Joe lynn Baird, Tex. Axe, W. Edwin Hereford, Tex. Baker, Shearon Coleman, Tex. Baker, Stanley Reed Abilene, Tex. Bankhead, Gloria Gaye Ft. Worth, Tex. Barnard, Stanley Gordon Lampman, Sask. Beustring, Glenn R. Tulsa, Okla. Billingsley, Johnny Abilene, Tex. Birchum, Robert B. Westhoff, Tex. Bishop, Gary Ray El Dorado Springs, Mo., , Blackwood, James len Abilene, Tex. Boggess, Robbie Jean Friona, Tex. Brack, Virginia Earle Jasper, Tex. Bradford, Joe Michael Ranger, Tex. Brandon, Charles Murfreeboro, Tenn. Byrd, Robert Allen Midlothian, Tex. Campbell, JoAnne Dallas, Tex. Carden, Norma La Feria, Tex. Carlton, Karen Ann Redlands, Calif. Carr, Kenneth Ray Holliday, Tex. Carroll, Jerry Gayle Alice, Tex. Cathey, Carol Winters, Tex. Chambers, Claudio Odessa, Tex. Abbett, Judy Denece Del Rio, Tex. Adams, Carl Allen Ft. Worth, Tex. Adams, Dorothy Corinne Albuquerque, N.M. Albritton, leta Paducah, Ky. Alley, Sondra Kay Derby, Kans. Allison, Lonnie Dee Fountain, Colo. Alsobrook, Judith Lee Alice, Tex. Anderson, Eddie Mahon Levelland, Tex. Anderson, Hank Grand Prairie, Tex. 19. Bassett, Linda Carol Paris, Tex. Butts, James Harold Alice, Tex. Beakley, Bob Curry Mercury, Tex. Beason, Charles Earl Pomona, Tex. Bedford, Carolyn Sue Ft. Worth, Tex. Bedichek, Thomas lToml Elwyn Abilene, Tex. Bender, Ferres Estancia,N.M. Berry, Harley R. Liberty Hill, Tex. Best, Sarah Koy Columbus, Ohio Branson, Paul A. Bowie, Tex. Brown, Anita Ft. Worth, Tex. Brown, Charlie Roy San Nicollaas Aruba, Netherlands "' Antilles Brown, David Dallas, Tex. Brown, Foy lngle Abilene, Tex. Brown, Jodie Eugene Middlewater, Tex. Brown, Teddy Merrillyn Rogers, N.M. Bryan, Marilyn Happy, Tex. Bucherie, James W. Scurry, Tex. Bulla, lee Austin Burkburnett, Tex. Chapple, James Alfred Sterling City, Tex. Childre, Charles Stewart San Antonio, Tex. Chiles, Don Lea O'Donnell, Tex. Chitwood, Rita La Pryor, Tex. Clark, Norma Colleen Roswell, N.M. Clark, Richard Odell Ft. Worth, Tex. Clark, Warren Stanley, N.M. Clevenger, Mary Lou Enid, Okla. Codey, Bill Tulsa, Okla. . ' xg, E 53. 1 ff. - 22 -:s,.,-..-it -" 'GF' 'N17 -Q. 19" ' N1 . ""'-'iQ ,,. '-ff' '- X S x .,s L '- Q ' Effie, .x ' - .. ,. -. 46 -. .,.... . ,LI E-' Q Af. . is at is Xs.....pllif , S 37 --we . , ., 'E 1- X. J p' V Q N lbs as v' Q. . we s was - 6 3-ga: 3 iff ' :ssffizgg ' ' ' sig .ij 5 . 1 'Ai ...qi As ff? 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'iv-' ""gf7F' ' ,gc ' "' 1 P14 , I Is. c NWQ-i"'.f7' ' .XF - v.:.-Q-F fi- . .-A Lf:-5. X OTX4 . ii . :Q J".-1':9:2i X1 1 A 'K -'S' All Ex 1 . A 4 . . .ss -1 x v x : X k 3 5.-ff A..- YT' , 4, --.,-' X. X 6 'sq 4 . 4 '. 5 diss 6 . .viiflei . lf, fi. ' ff! . .l .X 'E ' 5 ff' 'i L51 I , I -for :Q A .Q wr' fi V 1 . -Q--.J 3 Q 5- N 5 5. 1 , -qbh wee? yr. Xe-ggz. X. , :qw . :g' ., l f.. ,Sl h '- X , 'X 'I' r-' ii' ,.. xr' Q NJN- K . J ' , , ov.,- sa 1-"ii ' "5 : xr t 3 ' . ': :m u .X ' ' i m , A .Y X .ze X Ailfliief . N 'Z ' 1 , vi --l Q'4.Q11ixs 1 .ff 1 'Q 5 N' Q.: ,tg A 1-iii... " me 'NVQ 9. ' ' X If . 2-- s Q T2 Q . ..-4 :as 439' 12 KJ. 13. ' J. QQ' s . "'?'....:,S 14. 41' f - ,Q gg R .XX , N "Miz, Y .K ey Q11-1 "FQ Coffman, Virginia Louise Pasadena, Tex. Cohn, Gary Lynn Marlin, Tex. Coker, Lana Willcox, Ariz. Colby, Marilyn Hope Abilene, Tex. Coleman, Kasi Big Spring, Tex. Collins, Glenna Gaye Ft. Worth, Tex. Colvin, Danny Jack Canon City, Colo. Compton, Thomas Dugger ll Crosbytown, Tex. Conner, Elgin Edmond Plainview, Tex. Corner, Linda Lee Wichita, Kan. Cotton, Laudis Ann Shreveport, La. Craig, Connie Jo Dix, Neb. Crain, Jack lee Springdale, Ark. Crews, Nancy Faye Fulton, Ky. Dallas, Edna Marie Lubbock, Tex. Damron, Dinae Elizabeth Dallas, Tex. Darrow, Jon Allen Kermit, Tex. Davenport, Don Bassett Las Cruces, N.M. Davis, Dorothy Nell Ft. Worth, Tex. Davis, Margaret Katherine Annona, Tex. Day, Sharlyn O'Brien, Tex. Etheridge, Hank H. San Antonio, Tex. Eubank, Charlotte Janiece ldalou, Tex. Evans, Carole louise Cee Vee, Tex. Falkner, Sharon Lee Ft. Worth, Tex. Fanning, Michael Wilson Abilene, Tex. Farrell, Linda Joyce Lake Charles, La. Feike, Ronny C. San Antonio, Tex. Crockett, Robert l. El Paso, Tex. Crowe, Gayle Denver, Colo. Crume, Linda J. Farwell, Tex. Cuevas, Thayne Henry San Antonio, Tex. Cummings, lyndle Carroll Burbank, Calif. Cunningham, Carolyn Abilene, Tex. Curtis, Margaret Ann Amarillo, Tex. De Foor, Judie Galena Park, Tex. Dennis, Lyndell Gay Edmonson, Tex. Dillard, Wilson Wren Temple, Tex. Datson, Truina louise Midland, Tex. Dove, James A. Tuscola, Tex. Droll, Charlotte Ann El Reno, Okla. Duncan, Patricia Anne Aurora, Colo Eatmon, R. Rex Plainview, Tex. Eddins, Add Morton Kermit, Tex. Ellison, Judy Darlene Crosbyton, Tex. Endsley, Albert Abilene, Tex. Eppler, Betty Foyce Colcman, Tex. Erwin, Lelia May Memphis, Tenn. Essin, Emmett Sherman, Tex. Felts, Dawn Sharon San Saba, Tex. Fielder, Jerry Adkins Shreveport, La. Filbeck, James William Abilene, Texas Fisher, Tania B. Nesbitt, Manitoba Fitch, Robert Frank Kaufman, Tex. Fleming, Jerry L. Seminole, Tex. Fletcher, Barbara Ann Indianapolis, lnd. 15 lv:-"7 22 'MV 5 . KQP' . 1 N x gqqivk 29 Qt' ' 1 16 17 I8 19 x mx ? N. 54, 'PLL .r if I 1 V-Q , ' 3, 2' 7? 3 W 3355, 5,-Nr fl . 4 .lf 4 I-no.. ' ' , 23 .eh K rv CS, A .dt I 'X 1' ,ae ., 24 2- fu.. .Q 5-nl x .'f-Ms? 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H, ul '21 2 ' a nn 1' 1 49 i 2 1, 2 i .x H K ,7 W . 5 M H fQ bf' 'fi sn' x. ' QM mf.. fy N Sf " TA 75-'7 5 xml. X-M .M y , . , ' P! 1' lg p E, 69 'Worx Sv- , 'x 'Wi .dwtur .. ml, 'f'E'42f'Q.1 fl l "'fJWJJ:,-f 5 Iq H ' wa Sn, , IlwrQ'11 me ' ' 4. This 1S how its done" Ioe Crenshaw explains to freshman, Anita Beth Balch as they reg1ster for fall classes on the "Hi1l." WK W, 7 sissy 5 'N X in if sf x x T s .X N K . sw f f . -.:S. f .5T ' ' ' ' .av 3 .S A f X 1 11. Gloff, Darla Ann Clifton, Tex. 12. Goodman, Don Ft. Worth, Tex. 13. Goyne, Linda Sue Vicksburg, Miss. 14. Graham, Byran Lee Cameron, Tex. 15. Granbery, Charla Olton, Tex. 16. Gray, Evelyn June St. Mary, W. Va. 17. Green, Bill Salem, incl. 18. Green, Shirley Ruth Dallas, Tex. -0-V' s,....f 15 9 Af.. .. 10 Q F' SQ. , Sophomores Foster, Jimmy Hot Springs, Ark. Foster, lvan Dale Houston, Tex. Frazier, Larry Bennett Abilene, Tex. Freeman, Charles Edward Colorado City, Tex. Fullwood, Jesse Wayne Roscoe, Tex. Gaines, Carolyn Roswell, N.M. Gentry, Glenda Elaine College Station, Tex. George, Patricia Louise Victoria, Tex. Gibson, Janet Mae Harrison, Ark. Gilstrap, Vance Seymour, Tex. .35 1 A ii JW N x I x 'F sg U X xX X X o X ss C X gs X x K ya. -Mr . sms. 1 . xbgvr-N in : Assess. Sa N 14 ax Sophomores Greene, Marcella Irene Texarkana, Tex. Gregg, Jay Warner Wichita Falls, Tex. Gregory, Gerald Don Dimmiff, Tex. Gresham, Ronald M. Lamesa, Tex. Griffith, Melanie Grace Jacksonville, Fla. Grisso, Wayne A. Seminole, Okla. Groves, Charles Glen Jasper, Tex. Groves, Monfa Jeanne Farmersville, Tex. Gudeen, Donna Rae Corpus Christi, Tex. Hail, .lohn Ervin Hallsville, Tex. Q11-,Q in-. 30 J jk . Q rvw I livitsflni' Yvnn. 19 -.f nl ,Iwi 7 . S ' . ' f f . f - f if -.es 31 lar 1: i' ii I ,sais 0' -'ii , 4 .Q .2 35 T it? f li 1'-'J' , . ': T'-if ...-sx T .L -Tift? T ills: lx 5 at 'A 5 ' l ix 5 . fiwi-., , . I.. , A X 'f uv ns- W 1. A. 75 ii ,Ma , 'S E . x N' 'I Q? . f i . ' . M Q ' wr. f 1. x W' 'xl ,. ,..'f'.7 . 1 ' :- lr :I l i lx ' Ax- . . Gloria Storey doesn't seem to consider the switchboard hard work 22 WB" . r!fiv7iay,i1, my 27 f- sr ' " -S ' ,SF X. 2.5 . ' T Q-. xx . I fa-,. U,,. .h ., 'i" M A 4' e T' il . l Hall, Roger Carroll Roanoke, Tex. Hanks, Mary Jane Midland, Tex. Hanna, Sandra Wyn Baytown, Tex. Harper, Don R. Abilene, Tex. Harper, Johnny Mac Ff. Worlh, Tex. Harland, Mary Beth Texhoma, Tex, Hartl, Sallye Ann Farmersville, Tex. Hawkins, Doris Abilene, Tex. ' ,M-,.. 4 'I' . 1' ' l I4 . 1 . Q 1 1 l 1 i.. ,.-.4-Q. 33. h ' . ji 4 QQJZB s...-4 was Nair W t, we V 2 Wg.. ,, 1 5 lg J Q 4' 14-5 .5 .J , 4 l 3 l T A r i . . . mf- . , . ge.-1 5 , 5 7 we-W, 3 lr X -' ' - . - fri- e. . ,V I cn'-,Is I -1 , .. .. " " c M.. R' 1 -me s. A -gee , 3-5 lf: ,V 1 nb 1 an xi? 1 N M ' rv-.. f,- e 2 -:' f 'X . "l"'.J Qxwyb X 'F fi -4 - N J l -1 ii 1 ' l .4 1' ..i"il?i'.?' .:1":-:xii J fs ' 9 10 12 771 j . X, ' Q if 'I - 1 - L it s. . ...L me N ' C? 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Henke, LaVerne Pleasanton, Tex. Herd, John Beniamin Ft. Worth, Tex. Herod, June Throckmorton, Tex. Hickman, Jackie Loraine, Tex. Hicks, James Wayne Carlsbad, N.M. Hill, Avanell Sue Wichita, Kan. Hill, Billy Joe Amarillo, Tex. Hill, Frances Earle McCaulley, Tex. Hinkle, Bobby Gene Abilene, Tex. Hitchcock, Ronnie L. Enid, Okla. Sophomores . , , M' -eb . L tx . 13 14 is 15 we N xr' xp 4-5, ' 20 X ig X ' '53 1 -V QL 1 if I 1 C N X . PEI: , w 3' R' 5.3 'bf' L, f""f ' 19? :SEI 33... f X I .J-EIRQLQTZQ' Y 1 .2 2 . 1126.1 1 X I is S 'if' '-ww ' A 25 v--1 ' 3 . 121: . . . xxx i X --xc . -. .-:-lysis A-Q . w"X4x wr N 0 7.'ff':1 s H H jf x ' ! 1 X .-vi-. 54 Y' R. .,...- gif Q? 'R -N. , dv X X Q N g. NN, 45 x W Lg.. xlib " 'YSL R ' F R S N X 3. N. i Q- s 'C N 27 ., S at I 55.2 e S fe X S X ali X N X X ix X ., ' X I Jackson, Susan Elizabeth Kerrville, Tex. Jackson, Temple Wynne Dallas, Tex. Jefferson, Everett Norman McAllen, Tex. Jenkins, Lola Sue Rusk, Tex. Jennings, James Doyle Burner, Texi Johnson, Jeannie Crowell, Tex. Johnson, Paula Genon Ft. Worth, Tex. Jones, Doroihy Louise Dallas, Tex. Sophomores Q as T aa " ff 'LP ,. Q. ,Q Q 15 51 1 J Q 4. A ,fs-7 l ' "5 IVE . ,X ff, l l , f ,f 1 , in ' 'ji "xii 'AST ,- 'S x 36 x ' s 1. or E55 -...gi ' -r-1.1 e I fl! 'A 1 JM lf lllllrl, '97'Vf1T1 '15 UVM Pat Boone receives a faculty welcome to Abilene from Dean Garvin Beauchamp. .p 'I7 'l8 1 Elaine Woods and Carolyn Gaines concentrate on a sketch of model Wayne Willis. .4 ,591 ' I ' 'F is 11' H is 11 -: Q! .W , T-wi .4 Fl' ? .css .1 . ' "' 4 '15 5' l '- ,f r J' ' 1 K hiv?-Qi' ,..i M-in ll 144 f f Qvjfkfjk, J -,gi '11 H ll 145 l .1 . 1 -.ls -'s 'I 1:1 il 'fl in at lll ,U va ii, . 23 24 ' -A ' 4 'l -"' 'I fgl 93 -if ill - ' -fr' 'T 'I in I 2 in T ' fr . , 1 1 I . , J If I 'l 'F' N2 e 1 4 A , 1, 4 l Y s y Q A 3 --'22 .3 v,,, fr A f T 'U' X ll l, 'P X' A 5' ,llzkiilego-., ' lm. , N 'Q N hal.. 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Leininger, Rosemary Muskogee, Okla. Leverett, Clarice Old Glory, Tex. Lewis, Charles Marvin Talco, Tex. Lewis, Ted Fisher Junction, Tex. Little, David Edwin Benson, Ariz. Lloyd, Lawanna Atkins Amarillo, Tex. Mahan, Michael Moreau Union, S.C. Mansker, Patsy Louise Midland, Tex. Maples, Kay Broken Arrow, Okla. Marchman, Lawrence Micheal Houston, Tex. Marshall, Travis Larry Lamesa, Tex. Martin Jr., Richard Little Rock, Ark. Mathews, Elizabeth Ann Monroeville, Ohio Mathews, Ronald David Newburgh, N.Y. Jones, Margaret Ellen Olton, Tex. Jones, Jane Ruidoso, N.M. Jones, Karen Dee Big Spring, Tex. Jones, Sandra Jean Dallas, Tex. Jordan, Jerry Arlington, Tex. Kamstra, Margie Ann Pasadena, Tex. Kelley, Stephen Foster Houston, Tex. Lake, Jerry Ann Bryson, Tex. Lamar, Thomas Preston Wills Point, Tex. Lane, Lynda Sue Dallas, Tex. Lauderdale, Sharon Hurst, Tex. Lawrence, David Paul Beeville, Tex. Layne, Mack Ellison Pampa, Tex. Leak, Sharon Rae Cullison, Kan. Lloyd, Martha Louise Winters, Tex. Lollis, James Perryton, Tex. Long, Norris Glenn Baytown, Tex. Loveless, Charlotte Olton, Tex. L'Roy, DiAnn Paris, Tex. Lueking, Lloyd Dale Brownsville, Tex. Lumley, Dale Beamsville, Canada A . , "'IN' .Q ""'s xa .'vJ,X 415 v .- , 154. ' ,wlifh rg, ,U fi- , ,ggx n 4 Q + 43 A'9 7 7' N.-v mwcrf -"' 'tv Eil- 'Yi mil' I' 'U' 25 26 ' ' ,Q .,'. , ' ? ,..f-' z .anv- Lila , f IF' " -WAS' 33 . X. -J , x ww-'fi ,du .,. ' ,Nw 6 , K 5 .. -in - X "Q,- X if 1 , fa. 515. an U -V L. My ,f f .1 A A wspx 20 -J 21 'BS ', as pa' ,. Q.34 V ' JG A A F . 1 - f 1' + , . 'Y' 1 -. .1 , ' f" .f.f' . I - 1 x ,f-6: v .1 'il Sophomores .21 -I ,N 15 ff I ,Q , gwr ns" if , 3: vy. X X l l or . "' ,. .f "- . ,, .wma 22 45:5 -1 1. 5uQQ3 -vw QQ' firz' .', 1'6" ,X 36 9' ,- . 21,11 T an ' 4. 1 .- 1,731 ,HQ-. . Y!! N ,5- ' 43 H54-.f-ff 1 '-Rs ad , sf., .5 g-i- ,l f ki ' L, is ,75 s ' ' L ,xhvx . 4. Q 'tvl V 1 1 I If 'lv 'W , , -.nf ' jg'- I0 'I9 -. 1 -AW' " X x., X Jllfif. 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Lf , T f .a 121'-. - AP Q -,g 'Si Maul, Stephen Baily Packersburg, W. Va. Maya, Buddy Galena Park, Tex. McCall, Donna Jean Tuscola, Tex. McCarley, Larry Reynolds Sweetwater, Tex. McCoy, Phillip Dennis Rocksprings, Tex. McCracken, Judy C. Austin, Tex. McDonald, Forrest Eugene Silver, Tex. McKay, Jack Hudson Dallas, Tex. McLaughlin, James Ralph Abilene, Tex. Miller, Grace Evelyn Jacksonville, Fla. Montgomery, Elma Virginia Altus, Okla. Moore, D'Anne Rotan, Tex. Moore, Gayle San Antonio, Tex. Moore, Ellen Ann Clifton, Tex. Moore, Lea Janette Baytown, Tex. Morren, Mary Toronto, Ontario Morris, Linda Lee Abilene, Tex. Morris, Myrna Rhonda Dallas, Tex. Nall, Sharon Lanelle Amarillo, Tex. Neeley, James Carol Azle, Tex. Newhouse, Mary Lois Lorenzo, Tex. Newton, William Eldon Tomball, Tex. Nichols, Lynn Allan Abilene, Tex. Nigh, Perry Max Wichita, Kan. Northam, Carol Lucille Artesia, N.M. Oates, Marion Jaynelle Balmorheo, Tex. Ogletree, Judy Lubbock, Tex. Partain, Sylvia Liberty, Tex. Patterson, Lewis Allen Abilene, Tex. Peeples, May Ann Angleton, Tex. Peeples, Maurice Leon Raymondville, Tex. Pennington, Carol Jane Muskogee, Okla. Pennington, Sidney Van McGregor, Tex. Perry, Lanny Merkel, Tex. Petty, Vera Joanne Westminster, Colo. Phillips, Rosemary Conroe, Tex. McMennamy, Barbara Joan Snyder, Tex. McMillian, Beverly Jean Brownwood, Tex. McMurtry, Curtis Granite, Okla. McWilliams, Edna Louise Bernardsville, NJ. Meecham, Ronald Edwin Toronto, Ontario Melson, Bill Steve Roswell, N.M. Merritt, Hilton Pinon, N.M. Meyer, Nancy Elizabeth Kit Carson, Cola. Mickey, Carl Wayne Weatherford, Tex. Morrow, Jim Bill San Benito, Tex. Morrow, Troy Leon San Benito, Tex. Mosley, Judy Lancaster, Tex. Mudd, Dale Albert Houston, Tex. Muense, Janice Elaine Dallas, Tex. Mukitus, Gary Lynn Beamsville, Ontario Mann, Nancy Lee Graford, Tex. Murdaugh, William Charles Dalhort, Tex. Murphy, Jane Yvette Waurika, Okla. Ohlhausen, James Leland Ballinger, Tex. 0'Rear, Joyce Anne Balmorhea, Tex. Cabourn, Lawanda Dawn Valleyspring, Tex. Owen, Leo Carlton Houston, Tex. Packer, Nancy Carol Dallas, Tex. Palmer, Jerry Abilene, Tex. Park, Leslie Floyd Durham, Okla. Parker, Becky Houston, Tex. Parsons, Jimmy Dean Abilene, Tex. 29 Puckett, Earl Corman Irving, Tex. Purcell, Becky lou Coleman, Tex. Pyeatt, Charles W. Tucson, Ariz. Rainwater, linda Lou Harrold, Tex. Reeder, Sidney Frances Gail, Tex. Reeger, luther Gary Merkel, Tex. Reese, George Wesley Odessa, Tex. Reeves, Ronnie Ross Lamesa, Tex. Renner, Joland E. Ferguson, Iowa Pitman, Jimmie Carole Dallas, Tex. Plate, Catherine Elaine Crane, Tex. Pool, Margie Port Arthur, Tex. Porter, Marcella Sue Norton, Tex. Pounds, Jan Lubbock, Tex. Prather, Dorothy Lavelle Lamesa, Tex. Price, Larry Gene Valley Mills, Tex. Proctor, Burl William Ft. Worth, Tex. Provence, Jimmy Port Arthur, Tex. Reynolds, Richard l. Los Angeles, Calif. Reynolds, Virginia R. Harlingen, Tex. Rhoads, DeWain Oclessa, Tex. Rhoads, Murphy D. Odessa, Tex. Rice, Janelle Baytown, Tex. Rix, David Abilene, Tex. Roach, Terry Ann Deporf, Tex. Roberts, Janice lorene Dallas, Tex. Robinson, M. Danielle Roswell, N.M. Sophomores -Q nj 38 ,e . 19' 'ui fi: -"5 J' Yffff? xx. X ...mefvi 39 Ne r Fx 40 -Q X l - 'lf j N N' gm x. a x ': 2--2 .. -...wo We Q Sr 4 ayis. x Q. X 1. -.ff.t..'.31.:'- 1 , 110' 'X "' P ' ' r 'N fltlllfi VRf'.hElK1QT.xi iHX N7N3l'-'R'sNS..NHl miX !NII N! -- 10 , A .RJ 1. .X Q? . ,, 4 .I 'ii Q, N-.. . 4 st.. 7' .gs - 19 F -ocfwe 5' . saga. -sf N Q .. ., ' x f' 0 ...fs - . -xx -Q-:si 01. is X . Nl RS .X X , , .. its y N X N N ,. . : 517:51 i ih- ,-Q s ' J as nf N K to t' "P J rt' .ff 4 . of 22 M ' 23 ! sk Sophomores Robinson, Rheuanna Lynn Port Arthur, Tex. Rogers, Keith Lionel Ft. Sumner, N.M. Rothwell, Paul D. Houston, Tex. Russell, Roy Ferrell Center, Tex. St. John, David Leland Troy, Ala. Sandifer, Suzanne Kermit, Tex. Sauerance, Sidney Lavan Tuscola, Tex. Scoggins, Glen Edward Dallas, Tex. Seay, Angela Houston, Tex. Smith, Clinton Thomas Houston, Tex. Smith, Nancy Ann Dallas, Tex. Smith, Renda Marie Pleasanton, Calif. Smith, Sue Grapevine, Tex. Sparks, Garry Gene Azle, Tex. Spring, Philip Wasson Hanston, Tex. Standly, Bettye Louise Hillsboro, Tex. Stanley, Patsy Laverne Tahoka, Tex. Steffee, Sam Lake Rogers, Tex. 'I4 15 420 Ji 'l fer-1 , JY P M ,QQ 5 i 1 iagqvlgzsxxy-,r. fwiifs- .1 'N-' i-il l' F A ...,,f0 'XG riasnv- ,,..-new 4 flax is It 5 . ,Qi L., .. .. L M, Setliff, Becky Jo Atoko, Okla. Sheridan, Jack Wilson Highlands, Tex. Shewmaker, John Thomas Pampa, Tex. Showalter, Jana Stephenville, Tex. Showers, William lBilll Jr. Derby, Kan. Shulk, Betty Ann Haverdown, Pa. Skelton, Don Austin, Tex. Smith, Barbara Ann Baytown, Tex. Smith, Barbara Elaine Dallas, Tex. 5 IV KJ! 9 NN 1 , ii X A xr X 'nw wg, V 'R F ,2: ,ggA 7:-.lg :',,Q:'f .Q-as .5 -.ff , 1 ' 15 . s .W 'L 3 Y, I , 0 lffff f " 'U I fe NN ., w---"r zs 4 ze , -wr, 27 f ,af 1 . - r f 'E' " 1 -as ,- r .srt sa if 79 I I l 1 V 'Q Q Y , . 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H f fl l A 19 20 . 21 Q 1 . 7 1 . rf- 111 Q. 1 .L ' 1 " ' 'J tt J YW . 2 - - E A .r U Q- , 4' Q, is rl 'tt .1 l 6 Xl! l J Xe ' X . L E ,',. L 1. Wt. .QWX Q . My i T 'ret "F i R ' I :TJEISN-. LX Q . .Q . J - - - 5:3 3 1. .J ' . L 1'T,1"13"1": . qz,.'vS:: , ' - 18 f X r.w 16. Stephens, Marion Nelson 1 Portsmouth, Ohio Stephens, Patricia Monal-sans, Tex. Stewardson, Ann Santa Anna, Tex. Stiger, Larry Joe New Orleans, La. Stigers, James L. Denver, Colo. Storey, Gloria Down Pasadena, Tex. Strange, Judi Amarillo, Tex. Struck, David Atoku, Okla. Strzinek, Robert Al Dallas, Tex. Sturgess, Linda Kaye Tipton, Okla. Sugg, Harry Lee Tucson, Ariz. Summerlin, Robyn Port Arthur, Tex. Sundling, Roland Clark Akron, Colo. Sung, Eva Shun-Jin Sao Paulo, Brazil Swigart, Barbara Jean Davis City, Iowa Swofford, Judy Lynne Paris, Tex. Tate, Roger Lynn Tarzan, Tex. Taylor, Mary Lee Lamesa, Tex. Taylor, Stover Wayne Bronte, Tex. Terry, Clovis Ann Snyder, Tex. Thomas, Gary Arthur Cross Plains, Tex. Margaret in at I ' N . I Q fx 1 X' A "'.f -. .ssw . 1? r. , H , dsl- ' - s N N .2 xr A typical study night, Here Doug lohn- Freeman, and David Sugg take cr if K. - x if i9 'Q an Win XQ- 27 28 - 29 A IQ' if NX. .fl .,,, 'S' X ,1 '-'TTR x , Af, , , X l xv-:51.,,r H. -swf .fi -. rv-s .T -i af N1 son, Kendall Boyce, Eddie break from the books. r l l I 5 i 1 ...gn-.1 Q, . 'T' -135 x 32 , , 33 : S. N Thompson, Wanda lou Lakeside, Calif. Tinsley, Kenny Darrell Hica, Tex. Tipton, Phil Arnold Dallas, Tex. Tiflow, J. Joan Abilene, Tex. Todd, Sammy Andrew Alice, Tex. Trammell, Rayford H. Palestine, Tex. Travis, linda Nell Abilene, Tex. Treat, Gloria Elaine Abilene, Tex. Tucker, Daryl Wayne Saskatchewan, Canada Turbyfill, Glen Derwin Springdale, Ark. Turner, Jerry Ray Mason, Tex. . Turner, June Eleanor Pasadena, Tex. Sophomores Varner, Belly Lou Abilene, Tex. Varner, Sandra Sue Abilene, Tex. Vereil, James Allen Abilene, Tex, Vick, Larry Liberly Hill, Tex. Vincent, Mary Dianne Russell, Iowa Walker, Kay Meree San Antonio, Tex. 40. Wallace, Betty Dianne Sweeny, Tex. Walraven, Louella Ft. Smith, Ark. Walton, George Bill Brownsville, Tex. . . 34 " ' I .I A as A blxig.. -,Si .-li ,. ,' Q LS - 1'1..-- ' - 'Hz 5 oh:- -wg ..,1 h 40 I W -A -.1 Q, lx V fri- - -.nm A " ip-,g - , haygzex,-ffl.. '- V 'Er' '- ' ,we g W is 1? ro." .ir 'nv .2-Kel., - 5 , , , . 1 , .- - fi, Q15 wf 5 , Fi' 1 if 2 .52 l 1 E i 1. v i Q . V l L 1 Y 1 T: .155 l , , 1 . Y. ,Ja . , .,.,.. .ai , 4.3 .7 42 4. 3' fuk' ffl, N 7 , Y I' cf 1 S mf' 'Q . Walton, Winston Lometo, Tex. Wasson, linda Carol Pasadena, Tex. Watson, Gerald New Boston, Mich. 5.-1 . c Watson, Judy Marie Seadrift, Tex. Watson, Linda Jean X... ..,.. Brattleboro, Vt. . 8 at 'l3',..Ldl K s. :wig gf 'W' M if Mi 1. A 1 -was ,SQ ,G XX-4, '-fjl. ,. ' 1 X ..,t if -11 2 N1 ig,.wQ'1'f . 10. 11. Welty, Lyle Leroy Kalispell, Mont. West, Sandra Kay Vernon, Tex. 12. Weyandt, Paul E. 13. 18. 19. Arlington, Va. Whaley, Veda Darlene Tipton, Okla. Wheeler, David Max Ralls, Tex. White, Billie Jenelle Breckenridge, Tex. 20. White, James Richard Weatherford, Tex. 21. White, Peggy Juanell 26. 17. 21 . 29. l 82 Austin, Tex. Whitefield, Bill Dallas, Tex. Whitefield, Dotty Dallas, Tex. Whittenburg, Thomas Wendell Sweetwater, Tex. Wilder, Phil V. Lawton, Okla. 6. Watson, Lorin Perry ' Memphis, Tenn. 7. Webb, Peggy Jo 5 Dallas, Tex. 8- Weed, Miflwel Robbins "Midnight oil" flows freely lor lim Darnell Austin, Tex. 9. Welch, James Lee Tyler, Tex. Sophomores 12 ow f, tx : . uv- 'tl wi-J' ,X M' , .45 eng- 4... ws, .4 in 1 Y.. I, .mf --we w MKQN Q.. X . XX lg . Nr. ' JKW... 11.35 15, N' Xl s ,QI x .......-r 1 .. r Y 1 'Q .. X- :E ip' at ii ' f. 3 .5 N N I. Y Tl if sm -'ev ,..., Ss. zs 27 4' 'SSA X T N X5 X f News N I 4 1 f . X I is af, Q X and his economics paper. ,ara Williams, Kay LaDora Snyder, Tex. Williams, Welbert Lee Oklahoma City, Okla. Willison, Cindy Manitoba, Canada Wilson, Jo Ann Ft. Worth, Tex. Winfrey, M. Ann Jacksonville, Fla. Winger, Marcella Kay Gruver, Tex. Sophomores ,agua- NT.. 4107 , '27 73. .vw N45-H lv s K .' : - 1 . f -Yr. vt -z, st 5, . 15 4 wi' wr . 1 I f . . f . 25 1, , ,RSX Q r' vlsivrnaisi x as 'W' .4 -1 , if x 15 22 Yr-rf? ' 37 ,. tr ' .-'r - , X Il - . - . 'N' 151 'fm 40. Wireman, Mickey Lawrence Al Farmington, N.M, 14. Witt, Mona Gail Abilene, Tex. . Woodbridge, Gerald Dale Mayfield, Kan. l6. Woodson, Dianna Jean San Benito, Tex. I7. Womack, James E. Hawley, Tex. . Worley, Howard Earl, Jr. Abilene, Tex. 23. Wright, Audrey Marilyn Ontario, Canada 24. Wrig ht, Blenus Ontario, Canada 25. Wright, Janie Rebecca Thalia, Tex. 30. Yarbrough, Jerome Gilbert Dallas, Tex. . Yeager, Alan Dale Rangely, Colo. 32. Young, Janis Lazane Kermit, Tex. 33. Young, David Harlan Oklahoma City, Okla. .57 ,l i if .3-we Adkins, Jucly Ann Artesia, N.M... Agnew, Joe Pat Rising Star, Tex. Al Sadi, Nouri Hussuin Baghdad, Iraq Archer, Barbara Sue Granbury, Tex. Archer, Jim Dean Albuquerque, N.M. Akin, Kathy Alyene Henrietta, Tex. Arbuckle, Anita Marilyn Louisville, Ky. Arrington, Nancy Claire Freeport, Tex. Austin, Fred E. Morenci, Ariz. Austin, Phillip George Morenci, Ariz. Autrey, Frances Ellen Tucson, Ariz. Bailey, Janet lorayne Austin, Tex. 'jjiwk 26 ,,- -3, 27 X Q f, J' 5" "x f-x, N 9 "' 'N ' 4-A fn- , C X sm x....f . W fi 'gg 7 'QQ' ails stliblllljf s Q ' f ' ' -yliixilli-v7 -645 '55 1 F3 20 f- - lf sggqgm f l ig a Q . Qyff- ,-,- on 1 Z ' .L j. jyfkwu - -. mf '- ,T'g,.-1 N . 1 ---1:12-kr ...nur x 'I7 A s X 5 . , ye- 28 iirl ,W l A X 31 .. 32 as ...rl . ' -1 K 1 1 43 . .. .. ' l ' 1 ' Li ,ska Kina? ig. vfsi 19 X ef Y , 1 x- 1 v . "' l 4 X If ' T .-mi: -' fha'- 1 , s ,I ' N' ' ,rt A I li Q., .Q - as as ew, B fr mmix it ,, l N... Ei.. X lo ,. I - l -C I -ff31:3?. rg- v 5 ggi ty as ' ' Ni'-N .v . L.. 9 Q- do X -, 10 ' if?" ffm x mir f Y I i . ,lt in ...wav F x ll A g l Baird, Sarah Delle Tyler, Tex. Baker, Carol Lubbock, Tex. Balch. Anita Beth Ft. Worth, Tex. Balch, David lee Pampa, Tex. Ball, Charles D. Abilene, Tex. Ball, Patricia Gayle Dallas, Tex. Ballow, Ruby Ellen Fresno, Calif. Barber, Fred Wayne Floresville, Tex. Bardsley, Bernice Ann Winnipeg, Canada Barrington, Don Port Arthur, Tex. Batchler, Jane Harlingen, Tex. Baugh, Cleigh Nel Temple, Tex. wb T115 7. fr . '35 A -QQ ' is S 3 QU I 5: Q. X t rl, 1 " ' -3--75' Sd' .- w. sv T' 7 8 'R I 1 , . x ' In U o: 'I A , 6 .,. 1-.....mLf' --ug ,.4f 5 LM a .1 x . 15 . .1 16 Vi nl -ra as ..,, "-7 ,41- 43 I -SL -Sf' sgrr Bird, Billy Jack Granbury, Tex. Birkhead, Janice Lee Muluane, Kan. Birkes, Jim Wayne Siloam Springs, Ark. Black, Annette Sherman, Tex. Black, Anthony Dean Main Schertz, Tex. Black, Carol Ann Globe, Ariz. Black, Kelly Michael Brownfield, Tex. Blankenship, Morris Lee Hereford, Tex. Blevins, Johnny Waylan Ft. Worth, Tex. Bludworth, Carlie Mae -ua' Grosvenor, Tex Blume, Patricia May Lamar, Colo. Bosse, Linda Odessa, Tex. Fl'eShl11el'I 14. 5. Beasley, Robert Don Memphis, Tenn. 6. Beoty, Doug Abilene, Tex. 7. Bedford, Carolyn Abilene, Tex. 8. Beeman, Mary Lynn Lifflefon, Colo. 13. Bell, Sabra Ruth Palestine, Tex. So. Hill, 15. Bennett, Bell, Walton Elliott Va. Richard Harold Bloomington, ind. 16. Bentley, Judith Juanice Quinlan, Tex. 21. Bernard, Carolyn Suzanne San Antonio, Tex. 22. Berry, Bruce Carlton Kenedy, Tex. 23 Berry, Linda Kay Tulsa, Okla. 24. Billington, Bennie Lamar Phillips, Tex. 1 l Q. i , I ri i i 1 lc:-1 se. Q , 923 N1-1 j '1 E. -V-1. f .. 42 ' I. fliwl- ,.. 41 .- in fx A s ,- X . ..,, .XJ . JT-4,2 V 4 ff .Q . , R: as . 'Q 15'.2f.M.x.. f EFEQQES' ,s KX v- . xx .xr gm-. NL 46 pad? v-X? ,- Wg. ' iv ff. 1 N l .Q . :A Q Q J? W -'ve . M- 2- - A A ' . f1"' " V ' " -, Ji?l'-Lf ,rf iff'-1 -A f1f?315S"' '- A J. .jf-5, -A w, 'ii' ii 4' L' , O"2'2. Y'i5 . , 1 "' lr .51 ,,. ,tg I -', - Q' ..- 1 11 ' 5 - ' .-fr -2-fm 'A 1: 17 ,,- . .me , , -. .- . . --,few . ' T- X -,Agri 'Li .f -' ,1g'.' .- Q ., X - gn' .352 135:11 - .-"wr 1-'lf ' .ff . 1 1" jr 155.11 5 .X 47 if, 1, 43 i 5. "'--v-I 'T i f -' .3 . I I l J ii lr 1 1 1 4 H L 12 Buckner, Pamela Ann QE' F? 1 l all l'-1 l . l i 4 . .kg il W ...Q 115 F S , S . 2. E 'l E ll 8 gi lc E E l 1 1. I in 1 ll? lff' 1' I?- 1 Q 1 "- 1 TWT 5 , :, 'i , A .. ,, .1393 1 . . .-- krsxl ., . .4 ' ' as .f,2."l sl ' . JARAQ Judy Jones finds dorm life to be lull of surprises. Freshmen 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 47 Cheshier, Sue Francis De Soto, Tex. 48. Chisholm, Karla Jan Cleburne, Tex. 49. Choate, Carla Ann Abilene, Tex. 50. Choate, Patricia Leona Graham, Tex 51. Chumley, Gary Raymond Abilene, Tex. 86 1. Boatwright, Delilah Ruth Abilene, Tex. 2 Boucher, Lloyd Michael Overland Park, Kan. 3. Bost, Tom Glen 8. Brazzell, Linda Roswell' N'M' Amarillo, Tex. 4. Bo:twell,PDon Leon 9 B 'L-d F niana, a. Blzxgfielgl Tl-exllye 5. ?0YCl-i- James Darnell 10. B , D th K ra' ex' volt.: -I-:rl Y ay 6 Bradley, Marshall Heal 11. Bryce, Kendall Ray Wealherfoldf Tex' Ff' Wor,hI Tex' 7. Braker, Martha Jean Amhurst, Tex. Amarillo, Tex. 13. Burch, Jimmy Meridan, Tex. Burgin, lan Stanley Melbourne, Australia 14. 15. Burns, Jerry Paul Hillsboro, Tex. 16 Burrows, Charles Milburn Wichita Falls, Tex. Burson, Bonnie Jean Waco, Tex. 18. Butler, Wanda Lou Dallas, Tex. 19. Byrne, Jerry Lee Andrews, Tex. 20. Byrnes, Curtis Moses Lake, Wash. 21 Caldwell, Marilyn San Antonio, Tex. 17. ?"wgp 22. Callaway, Kathryn Louise Lincoln, N.M. 23. Campbell, Ruth Anne Chatsworth, Calif. V. J I, '1 24 Canetti, David Alfred . - A ' Lancaster, N.Y. J' x N 25. Carpenter, John Kenneth f t -- ' '- 26. Carpenter, Sam Roy ' ' - Springs, Tex. - 'N H. .A Dallas, Tex. 27 Carrell, Norman W. 28. Bloomington, Ind. Carruth, Martha Tulsa, Okla. 29. Carruthers, .Ian Carter, Martha Anne Kansas City, Kan Carter, Roy Delton Eden, Tex. Casey, Ed LaMarque, Tex. Cassel, Mary Elizabeth Port Lavaca, Tex. Casteel, Sharon Louise Ft Worth, Tex. Houston, Tex. V . aa .,',-nk, .. . N 1 N X2 :Isa 1,-x .. ,x .4-:N -X Q .- -. . in :Sk-..Xm'.if' if 1, - fgxg . .w k V "iQf::rL, 4 rl! xl if X 1 22 W E IW -Q X -bk. Qi: . ,,i Env .1 ' 'Bill , Rf- if ,yy Vu, ,'.Z3,il'1?Qhl in 1, ,ml K .1 N s Castleman, Kirk J 4' 39 Dallas, Tex. .3 7 if H" QT, Q lf 1 .' Caton, Ophelia Jane 2 X -' Abilene, Tex. J, 1 " i' M a Chadwick, Suzanne 'Wi , Henrietta, Tex. I H 'R X " . ' 'i ' Chambers, Davlcl E. mx ,Sw . U, -..XS x Pasadena, Tex. ,sl N' Champion, Nioma Gail 35 if' X' " Novice, Tex. ' - If - 'f Chandler, Carolyn Jay: '-"' . ' Dallas, Tex. 3 gh. j 45, 3 ,,l. -. , ex jiQ,,f.g'.plf 1 ii - .' A 1 47 48 V " '49. b Y :fx ' 1 5 S .- -'ov ' . ' . . X V l 1 ,,, , ' 5 ' - -ia .C A 113 W H- i' 'N . RJ-'Q V 9 ii -. x, .Sv .1 , '.A13.sx'-.y.14:xi 1 - l X' - .. , l - L':'fS:""! -1 i':lSTli'E:-. " . 1' ' ' ' " X '35 . NX ' X, . A -- e , 1 ....v::X X 4 , - Q ,iw-ik . iff.. ,I - M N, 5555 X45 y Q xxx: gif., .1 Jitisxtqi S JJ T- .fb P Q ffa s .v. . x . . .. . . . ,. W- N . X . QQ -1 I 'T Lf-. zgg, in , fx y zjivfex. R .Q . . , .Q l I Nici , r U, '.Q.,:',.f,. Tails lxjkl. xc, Y ff gx- ' 1 gi. we "'- Y W .W X ' L' ',.f'fl A X el Is -92- p- S, af"-s X ,. P. L lx'-. 'fm rs.- N""T7' CN 'sz fi? 'R VV x 0-V 'Q 5 25 luv , X 6, EZ.. A' l 1 4 M! s I I . x f L' . inf. .Lia ,..N N' Y "9 sq: -,f C.. J7- 1 X... . 1,. sf? -1-I V VL' l l . -.,. ,. . ,- .x . I 1s if 'Q SQ. Rf ' 'N 26 gs X I ., m, l 'LJ ,.. 4 5 'rr 1 Jil' ,, V44 - , 1 'jfi r w ang as 'IX w , ., , x. - Ne- .' ff? Z' Y'5'7g 0 A .rf I 1 4-'x gun I K Q 20 ef' 21 .ly X , A K i 43 'Zhi fy rw- ,gs " fm an " ' - ls ' T 'TSN , . af' -H' . x X ' e rl Q 2 It 'zip 4 - ' 'nga J E ff' ' i f " Ls QL' 29 fi AQ 28 " - 'ii " 4" if "' A 4 T x 5 , X Q Clark, Phillip Wayne Decatur, Tex. Clayton, Norman D. Earth, Tex. Clevenger, Charlotte Abilene, Tex. Coers, Peggy Abilene, Tex. x 45. Coffey, William Don If aa 34 ,ji as as 37 -ff 335, vie - .fl-E! 7 l x All i ' R V J v an AL, 5 'N' S ua- ' 'Qt we -V , W 35 . , ,N , V llfw' X--Y 'Aj' . h 4371 as . " 1 4 -'egg' -1 v 37 fr' 0 . up - I ' X Q.. Q. g'i4.:,:f wg: "" 7405 9 ' -13 .21 ei Y Q 42 43 no 44 '..f 'ft' f- Wfv w ' . 3- we . 44. lr - 5 A , . ' -'f M V, 6, 1 . A -11 I 'QA J ,L Y, - " .4 f ' V 46, 4 1 K , 52 'K ' A W fra- lu 5: 2 . l La 'U 54 wh t 'af ,I J .. NM ' x 53 39 .F ' tj' X ,. WJJ 52. Collier, Patricia Ann Rogers, Tex. 53. Compton, Beverly Jana Crosbyton, Tex. 54. Cook, Bennie Lloyd Reed, Okla. 55 Cook, Cornelia Jean De Leon, Tex. Anson, Tex. Coleman, Robert Winston Abilene, Tex. ,,.l l . j ' 1. Coombs, Gerald Wayne . h ,A a 6 5 ,--5 -, N Am Houston, Tex. .N U , ' PA 2. Cooper, Carolyn Ruth '-Sit . ix' 1 ......,,, jd! Gruver, Tex. 3. Copeland, Shelby J. . E v1,.,,g5Q Albuquerque, N.M. X-Q' f"-l,'f"f'! 4. Cothran, .lan C E Illia! 'l'- Abilene, Tex. U f ' ' 5 7 iii.. f-. .. , ' ' ' , 5 6 ' 7 L Q W Q x , M .L x an 5. Craig, Neil Hugh 5, .,-1... V53 h is .5 JS- Santa Rosa, N.M. N" 6. Crenwelge, Carolyn Marie '-.fxlhcqf -Md , wen- Houston, Tex. ,w .' lk ' " 1-3 7. Crisp, Donald Weldon -it f s V ing..-bl sggfifffe' 'Q Victoria, Tex. ' f 8. Crocker, William Earl ixifib' A 21' Memphis, Tenn- :' li- iii? 1 f -' " 5 1-gl ' t .5 115 D 4-sA1 L" A xii .f1'fQ,S:+m-' 88 Crason, Carol Ann Ft, Worth, Tex. Curtis, Joseph William Bloomington, Ind. Curtis, Wanda Carolyn Roswell, N,N. Dabney, Jim Thomas Lubbock, Tex. Daniels, Karen louise Portland, Ore. Daniels, Linda Neil Harlingen, Tex. Davis, Ronald Martin Siloam Springs, Ark. Daugherity, Linda Mae Abilene, Tex. Daughtrey, Alton Bryant Cotulla, Tex. Daughtry, Sandra Kay Daingerfield, Tex. Davidson, Barbara Ann Crane, Tex. Davies, Jerry Barton Davis, Richard Burton Ft. Worth, Tex. Davis, Suzanne Greenville, Tex. Davidson, Vikki Mas Groveport, Ohio Davis, Walter Lewis Philadelphia, Pa. Fl'eShlTlel1 vs W ,gg ...- .1 of v"' S7 l 7 'l 8 . vi .. pad -rm .I n --Jeri i F- N x 4 4 1 A W , .es TZ- -AX ,T wt N ' Ns A ' .SIX ,. , .s :if1.'i1:'- . ' f . ici? 'fi li' J --. '13f'Q" if 9 A 'gi If r - ...ew r' x R f A xr l X x X 5 Q - -:X . QNQMSL' - ' . , ' 6x'.i,. V. .0 , Nl if 'T ii e Wg, H . V, N. i 4 :SIN fli- . I5 .thu . im. as I W , 513' Jw . 3, ,.,f,,.h:a .N 4, 1 19 23 -- N 2' sw. ,, T ' 'I sw-' f .ae t vt ...Q , ' J m si x , . .9 ' , ' Q A K ,. 2: . ., X X S-. ei, ,-,.,fK ' www N . i' '- M X fi T , -"' giff'--Q-f-Qf - .. 5. C , 5 2 'S ' ...X .. . -. N A- Q, Nga. 'um f 551, .. L. " mx- .. ff. ixivlsxvwtkir-5 th . i -s - -Sa lk: -tif," A ' ' x ...-Q., eq-M -Q. is x, N. 5 ., S Q . 'APs 1 4... M, 4 Davison, Sherry Graham, Tex. Deem, Darlene Myrtle Point, Ore. Dennis, Gary Michael Hamilton, Tex. Dennis, Murray Dale San Antonio, Tex. Dickison, Shirley Foreslene San Saba, Tex. Dilbeck, Marian Sue Moses Lake, Wash. Dixon, Glyncla Jo Richland, Wash. Dorsey, Roger Siloam Springs, Ark. Dove, Donnie Max Ira, Tex. Dove, Meredith .leanelfe Mabelvale, Ark. Drennan, Deanna Abilene, Tex. Duncum, Mary Alice Cameron, Tex. Duryea, Roberf William Brooklyn, N.Y. Eagon, William Paris, Tex. Echols, larry Wayne San Benito, Tex, Eden, Darla Sue Duncan, Okla. "" " 25 .v . N V I S. Nah Q ,s'x Q r --f . X -'- -1Q,'Fe 'Y-19: X y e.:z'554lff fl. ..:a:f:f:.:1na'- f- 1 'V-1f':?"f:1",' -37" .' 'i'fi1i iiii :sl ...WI , . .,, 4 .- ... ' 29 ."w': 35' Q . 0 3-5: .. U. A , 'S 9' 'C' .15 j' gi 6 gf Vx r-'sz' 14" v: . .. I 33 4 Q 34 'J- cxfw! R X3 3 , ,4 K'v -ug: ,' A . N 1' r ' r Nw NXSQ 'gif Q . sy Rx 4, 0 GN! L x ' ' w " J mf VL .:. . ' 'N . 5. A Illx. l l R x vi" W E , l J Q i - s I i i ' ', I 1 . . -'1i.3i-Ji ' I if . . X ' 4, ei , . si .... ff .t 1 . N, 35 436 fi A' 4 ' '12 ,r f X w 1 ' .,., e 1, , 40 s . X . Y! ,... l , . l fy. V i H H1 e rf 1 A K A 1 r f f Q X rf E W ll A panorama of welcome awaited Earl Young when he returned from the Olympics. Edwards, Carson Rex Abilene, Tex. Ellerd, Thurman Dwain Memphis, Tex. Ellis, Tom Richland, Wash. Embree, Marvin Oscar, Okla. X4 .,.f- ' 315' -:Y . ,, 3 il 5 F 1 il I . W. J. li .H i i i .E if ' was , 5 c I . P , . A ,. X .v -t':?'5:'L4..5 N P. f L T' 1 . W X. - 5' Enzie, Russell F. Las Cruces, N.M. Eubanks, Mariorie Kay Lubbock, Tex. Evans, Katherine Sharon Elida, N. M. Evans, Larry Cee Vee, Tex. Farley, Janyrh Ann Ff. Worth, Tex. Farris, Nancy Oralene Lake Jackson, Tex. Fine, Helen Gayle Abilene, Tex. Finley, Sharon Kay Coahoma, Tex. Finley, Tinie .luanell Loraine, Tex. Filtz, James Douglas Dallas, Tex. Ford, Belly Ann Azle, Tex. Ford, Evelyn Dawn Bristow, Olcla. Fox, Dean Tuscola, Tex. Franks, Geraldine Haslef, Tex. Frazier, Terry Foster Glasgow, Ky. Friery, Samie Nell Houston, Tex. Fry, Danny Star, Tex. Fulis, Yanclel K. Hemphill, Tex. Gunn, Calvin Joe Hamlin, Tex. Garcia, Cynlhia Jo Marlin, Tex. Gargus, Judy Lane Clyde, Tex. Garner, Thomas Hubert Quanah, Tex. George, Susan Tyler, Tex. Gilmore, Beverly Ann Three Rivers, Tex. if x ' f1s.K', -. c ' ' ij 's , iferufi q .. . M. 'if 1 , .1 'Vac ., . ...,35.w5 Freshmen ., .. ,gy -A W . .1.:q.- :H :H ' -,f+.f?c-,.-:. ' 4 fiiifgiisv. ire -' FP QXRQAE f' Au Qx,....s. -. -.swf , fl is Q .-SSEEES T ..- , f '33 Rb. I .A 5 1 " N: T X, , A Eff N -my . - 5 X. N T ff?" 5.7 v , I 1 ' bi-' HL ' ' ra.: ii?5g?.,:.::j W ' ' A H ' 'ifqg' 4'--fZ4'4', . 1 , A ' ' fifi5fEff3E'. ' ' Q- ' 'f f' 5- ' rx :Q-.T -CR'-'," .-Q. , . , 1f1kz's:wi-fsi'-ty - . , , , , .. , 1. -L -- -. -rn. 'rv 1' A .'.w.gf '..waa.f.:f.4x8.wzLv4f::i E QSM l N-0 T: 2. A I ii 3 i 7 , wif' e' V N N .-x E+.. -F awr- W. .X -'X W fi 1: 4 N 5 :gf cum... x I nl gl 'qi 3. iv 5 gy? .. . ls 1 Q P 32: 7 s A X- I3 E5 .4 '-0' 'IA fax, CT Freshmen 'Rr one 39 -cle Q-no Nuo' S-I Goodale, Sharon Canon Cify, Cola. Goodman, Golda Kay Ozona, Tex. Graham, James Warren Cleburne, Tex. Graves, Glenda Irving, Tex. Gray, Charles Allan Roscoe, Tex. Green, Charles W. Abilene, Tex. Green, Euline Irwin Gruver, Tex. Green, William Byron Port Arthur, Tex. Groom, Ira Clifton Dallas, Tex. Griggs, Jack Allen Monahans, Tex. Grupsmith, Billie Marie Dallas, Tex. Guggolz, Nancy June Waco, Tex. Gwin, Dixie Carol Waco, Tex. Hackney, Gary Paul Houston, Tex. Haddock, Benny Arran Waco, Tex. Hall, .lerry Tom Springfown, Tex. Hall, Jon Roger Dallas, Tex. Hancock, David Murrell Arlington, Tex. Hardin, Garry Seymour, Tex. Harguess, D. I.. Logan, N. M. Harrell, Mary lou Brownfield, Tex. Harrington, Kathryn Dale Corpus Chrisfi, Tex. Harris, Linda Faye Dallas, Tex. Harville, Baskel Chester Memphis, Tenn. w 'Y 1-f2'fi'w 5 'nk . ' rw.: :sl 1 , . . ,fx , ,. f 2 '1"iill""'he 3 , i 3 , I gi, I' J E H 1. 'wa V1 - 'i ll ' fr- lynn.-i wi 2. F "ST e- , Gi xy! J-lun, ' 4, 3, A 4. 'f fcf " ' 5 H 'Wi 6 ,.5x.:.,, 7 if 8 J' V lm. AA - -. , 5. "" ""' if. ' ' " 'Q ' . ix 'W 'KC' 6. . ' -I .5 I 'Q 'E-5 -:, r .i , ,. ' X"-' X1-1 we . SE 4. X , W 4 1 . 8. s if fl .saw 9 Io -I 11 3 . I2 -5 if "MZ, 1 4- 1' WJ . . . , . in 9 5 sa. ,QQ A in Q 0? ' f' T' , .' Io MIA Q U Nh lu I ll I A I2 x iifs i' J . . ' i ' . '25 ekiefafs- A 92 3 is J Freshmen Hay, John Frank Jr. El Paso, Tex. Hays, Loma Dean Florence, Cola. Hearn, Linda Kay Big Spring, Tex. Heatly, J. H. Reed, Okla. Hedrick, Leia J. Wichita Falls, Tex. Heffley, James Dickey Collinsville, Tex. Heinrich, Darlene Rae Enid, Okla. Helvey, Sandy Abilene, Tex. Herron, James Henry Junction, Tex. Hess, Judith Carol Ft. Worth, Tex. Hester, Bennie Glynelle Brownfield, Tex. Hickerson, Janis Wichita Falls, Tex. Hickman, Betty Gaye Tulsa, Okla. Hilgers, Judy Lynne Amarillo, Tex. Hobbs, Lon F. Odessa, Tex. Hogue, Donna Mae Seymour, Tex. Holland, Wanda Ann Brownfield, Tex. Holtman, Joyce Larue Pampa, Tex. Hood, Jerry Don Winters, Tex. Hooper, Karen Ann Abilene, Tex. Housley, Ray Richardson, Tex. Hover, John Wilmott Amarillo, Tex. Howe, Richard C. Lampasas, Tex. Howell, David Ray Breckenridge, Tex. - 'xxxvxwzmxrl l Howell Margarei Gaye Abilene, Tex. Hubbard, Salli Dean Housfon, Tex. Hudson, Emily Kay Groveton, Tex. Hughes, David Woodrow Tulia, Tex. .. A .-.fs HLA. 5'1!Q'5hm lacking for the all-school hoyride. Students are Bill Iohnson, Mona Lectherwood, Ruth Boatwright, and Mark Cldpp. Freshmen QQ.. ,. Hulse, Geoffrey Lynn Meadow, Tex. Hunter, Robert Byfield Floresville, Tex. Hunter, Viclor Lee Dodge City, Kan. Hutchins, Larry Charles Azle, Tex. E Q4 all ,sg Q- ,. ., . . , X A ,Q , xx - ,, . rc... K 'K fs fi Rx . X J ldol, Jack C. Beniamin, Tex. lsenberg, Herb L. Roseville, lll. Jackson, Virginia Kay Cleburne, Tex. Jackson, Xanna Yvonne Grand Prairie, Tex. Jamison, Fred Eugene .lr Plainview, Tex. Jeffers, Judi Kay Denver, Colo. Jennings, Richard Lynn El Paso, Tex. Johnson, Carolyn Jan Rolls, Tex. Johnson, James Wayne Mesquite, Tex. Johnson, Mary Anna Cordell, Okla. Johnson, Philip Roland Pirmasens, Germany Johnson, Toni Leann Winters, Tex. 3 ' C . .43 4 Ji.-1':1QpgL."',j., I ' ' T '. . -' f- 'aw 1 Fi , R C 'vu L 46 ' 1 ik' S I N 2 , ,ae - X 1 2 3 4 ' vzif 5 25.-." S 'sf if A A A - , F' f -- . X- - - :Tix Af X .641 --N il X4 A moi .- XV 1' 195 X f ss. 2 -2 QQ . 1. - , wr, - .- ' v. 5: jf, ff.. A ,A 4. : . .W Q :IA N l X Q, X X.. XX X 'K 2.1 Xa Sv-nv 'Sli -X-'17 X -1- - Tligi E1 K 6 ,XF A 'ref ' ' .'5'Q,g, 9' 3 X ,, ,Q-L, M 27? , "3-: .-' 4 f ". .'.' I -f v .Xi XXX x XX' , . X , X 1 W- X X 4 ,P v-,,,u"'s' X-5 - . I 'Ta as-'1-TSR?-2': wa ,ffwgi - 55 .K . ,s gr Na, X'-.H H 'NS 4,1 1: AD' . 'E 'O 1, fjg, 1555 'I3 W I4 v A aff , VK 'rin 20 A v 21 ,S N 22 x RW 23 z .N , ,wif R11 Eiga, - .pf X-5,5 x . 'Q ae . S pix ,..-e- 'N """' 3 ' Q 1 29 X 4 W -X, ,Y 1 I 1 .xx 171 ' ' c ,X 65 R' X J' Q X , 5 , . fy, Q, X X. Q' f ,Q A J v,.v- X 'xw I N0 " A JX W5 I X-'vp QQ M a x . 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Lamb, James Bernard Bowie, Tex. LaMotte, Larry Arlington, Va. Latson, Larry Noble Big Spring, Tex. Lawrence, William S. Ft. Worth, Tex. Leatherwood, Regina Jo Lampasas, Tex. Lebow, Janice Faye Morton, Tex. Litton, G. Ann Grants, N. M. Lindley, Carolyn Kay Rolls, Tex. Lindsey, Pamela Bellaire, Tex. Longley, Glenn Johnson City, Texas. Loudermills, Sylvia Janice Brownwood, Tex. Lovelady, Ray Joe Ft. Worth, Tex. Lowry, Gordon Dean Denver, Colo. Lucado, Joan Francis Odessa, Tex. 45. Lusk, Gary Lynn Eastland, Tex. Martin, Sandra Joyce Littlefield, Tex. Mashburn, William Hyer Port Arthur, Tex. Martin, Joe Bob Houston, Tex. Masten, James Reese Plainview, Tex. Masters, Mary Nell Colorado City, Tex. Maxwell, Earnest Arthur San Antonio, Tex. Maxwell, John F. Corpus Christi, Tex. McArthur, Merry Dee Spur, Tex. McBride, Mary Ellen Port Arthur, Tex. Kidd, James Roy Lockney, Tex. Kidd, Scarlett Jo Jayton, Tex. Killian, Larry Deverle Dallas, Tex. Kimble, Janiece Lavelle Albuquerque, N. M. King, A Richard Detroit, Mich. King, Mary Glenda Alice, Tex. King, Sharon Colleen Dallas, Tex. Kirk, Deanna Mae Topeka, Kan. Kisselburgh, Jim El Paso, Tex. Ledbetter, Joanne Sinton, Tex. Lee, Patricia Lou LaPryor, Tex. Lemley, Norma Aruado, Colo. Lewis, Mary Carolyn Odessa, Tex. Lewis, Phillip Vernon Eastland, Tex. Lieb, Billie Joyce Sweetwater, Tex. Lightfoot, Don Eugene Big Spring, Tex. Little, Gayla Gwynn Thermopolis, Wyo. Little, Lawrence Ivan Benson, Ariz. Lyons, Tommy K. Glasgow, Ky. Macleod, Edward Stanley San Antonio, Tex. Malone, Robert Earl Seymour, Tex. Manchen, Larrie Jean Dallas, Tex. Maner, Joan San Antonio, Tex. Manly, Carolyn Gene Abilene, Tex. Mansur, Laurence Ray Tulsa, Okla. Martin, Iva Darlaine Pearland, Tex. Martin, Jenny Lois Belton, Tex. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. McDonald, Sharon Kay Yuma, Ariz. B, McEuin, Glenda Ruth Denison, Tex. 9. McGuire, Errol M. Tulsa, Okla. Mclnroe, Tommy Lyle Abilene, Tex. McKenzie, Carolyn Texas City, Tex. Mclarey, Myra Okay, Ark. Merrell, David B. Barberton, Ohio Middlebrook, Thomas Lawrence Whitney, Tex. I9- Miller, Lloyd De Soto Irving, Tex. 20- 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Mrazek, Joanne Smilay 25- Arlington, Va. Muense, Pamla Ann 27' Dallas, Tex. Murray, Tommy B. Temple, Tex. Myers, Loyd Lawrence Liberty Hill, Tex. Neal, Pete Houston, Tex. Nelson, Carolyn Dorothy Midland, Tex. Nelson, Glenda Sue Grand Isle, La. Nelson, Willie Jo Jr. Quinlan, Tex. 37' Neve, Lawrence Alvin Dallas, Tex. 38 39 40 41 42 43 Ohlhausen, Norma Jean 44 Ballinger, Tex. O'Rear, Lona M. Balmorhea, Tex. Orr, Erma Ruth Altus, Okla. Owens, Larry Covin Conroe, Tex. Pafford, Shirley Olene Burnett, Tex. Pankratz, Dorothy Evelyn 55 San Antonio, Tex. Pardue, Judith Ann 56 Wickett, Tex. Fartain, Charlotte Ann 57 Liberty, Tex. Patterson, Betty Ann Brownfield, Tex. 58 59. 60 61 62 63 45. McBroom, Frances Ann Brownwood, Tex. McCalel:, Gary Day Anson, Tex. McCalla, Dora Genelle Eldorado, Tex. McClain, Tom Bellmead, Tex. McClung, Joe Paul Kress, Tex. McCollum, Don Wayne Abilene, Tex. McCook, Charles Lee Abilene, Tex. McCurdy, Janey Kay Abilene, Tex. McDaniel, Joyce Elaine Abilene, Tex. Mills, Nancy Ellen Graford, Tex. Mitchell, Elizabeth Fort Smith, Ark. Mullens, Frances Lynne Corpus Christi, Tex. Money, Royce Lynn Temple, Tex. Moore, Miriam Virginia McAllen, Tex. Moore, Pat Dallas, Tex. Morgan, James Pat Lubbock, Tex. Morin, Dave C. El Paso, Tex. Moser, Beverly Joan Abilene, Tex. Neville, Barbara Joyce Greggton, Tex. Newman, Jimmy Carol Perryton, Tex. Newton, Charles Eugene Memphis, Tex. Newton, Linda Dell Coleman, Tex. Nicks, Linda Sherman, Tex. Nowell, Barbara Janice Brownfield, Tex. O'Brien, Dennis Harold Waco, Tex. Odom, Sandra Gail Cottonwood, S. D. Offutt, Linda Nell Munday, Tex. Patterson, Jean Ann Dallas, Tex. Paul, Nolan C. Richardson, Tex. Peacock, Carolyn Jean Pasadena, Tex. Peeler, Nancy Ellen Dallas, Tex. Peeples, Miles Hendricks East Point, Ga. Perry, Donny Dale Oracle, Ariz. Peters, Thomas Glynn Houston, Tex. Pettes, Antoinette Coleman Atlanta, Ga. Petty, John William Neveda, Mo. A lglti-ffm-vlvv,, gl f A CX 1 5 w x JI . ' Mt .f-gl. ,- f NX I,-rye . N 3,1 X N I 04 V '13 've . i ,N ave :Zx 9" . :N- was ., ,A N N' s rm .1 -I S. I . X x 'IE :fb :X c X 'rm 433 I A .:-.- .. ....- I I - ,..,?ii-I'f5i1f'fItI' ' I:-tlri,'.1" -' I th cewaxli s ,fr 'hwlk 'v'L'1' x..q- I5 i J iw Whklififl RTX, 223'-' -eimiaggzm X X. 1 :E My 13 ix?" 14 i f' PN . 6? ff-I ,, ,ex .4. 41' . V3 . 22 23 a as, W , ,sh , ,gg 1. " Nw r ,1 'vm N . -Q,,,I , 'Y 21:5 1-' 37 .Eg 1,- s...,,. fi' 4 Q Il- ,xg ff ' 4 . . "'f:2. fwnt II. ,.., rx, ,Jxf-. Q. 1-1 fy. "rv-y' E.. If 1 .3 . --Q '. ' Y v--'fr '5- ev... .453 1. Phillips, Fred Vroman Rome, N. Y. 2. Pipes, Jerry Lloyd Wichita Falls, Tex. 3. Pirtle, Walter Berl Alamosa, Colo. 4. Pope, Paul Terrell Ft. Worth, Tex. 5. Powell, Janny Fran Abilene, Tex. 6. Prater, Melvaree Richey, James Lloyd Mt. Pleasant, Tex. Riemenschneider, Jo Killeen, Tex. Riggs, Jerry Don Roscoe, Tex. Ritchie, Judy Troup, Tex. Roberson, Barbara Allen McCamey, Tex. Roberts, Bill Muse Whitesboro, Tex. Roberts, Ronnie C. San Angelo, Tex. Raymond, Cecil Dwight Alice, Tex. Reagan, Rawleigh Terrell Waco, Tex. Reed, Kathryn Le Ruth Sterling City, Tex. Reeves, George Lynn Minden, La. Reynolds, Jim Pueblo, Colo. Reynolds, Otis Lynn Amarillo, Tex. Rich, Carol Anne Bernardsville, N. J. Robertson, Robert C. Waco, Tex. Robinson, Don Austin, Tex. Robinson, Nicky Carolyn Lubbock, Tex. Robinson, Sharon Marie Dallas, Tex. Q :NV . 1 ' stir, Q N 5 , -N... 5 ,Q 1 X 'N 'f'i':X'3. gk .. ,..f.Qwii -. s. .K ., Q '-Q Af' I :' , .A-- 1 . 14 of V Q Qi ' mos . s X- 1 ll Y -'qyh .,,...-' V "ll "' 3 'X f . ' ,,.,f:'Qyfi47Ff.T5aTQ5141. f ' f -,. 1-1-e :::g- get f 'ig-4. ' .: - H3 7 TN FI: ,, 3 ' we-. 4 j' 3 , N:-' T - -ey s , ,k -I A - ,Q J . A x Q5 1 be ".3.Q.f!"'1.Y'! .ff . A.. ,, ' . A Q 9 f' ."'. 4iMf5,,, 'O s - 1 . FL Worth, Tex. 33. Roden, Anthony Edward St. Marys, W. Va. 34. Rogers, David L. Houston, Tex. 35. Rone, Cecelia Dawn Cleburne, Tex. 7. Price, Jean L bb k, T . 8, Ptligefaghefsn Lynn F h m e n Mountain Home, Ida ho 36. Roper, William Durayne Ft. Worth, Tex. 37. Ross, Charles David Port Arthur, Tex. 38. Ross, M. Ann McAllen, Tex. .' 'wx . Y X .K vi :lx ...sy , A 11.4 x ' P 1 -- 'c- . N A.-5? -A I ex ,. .. X35 A. .Wi 5 X A uf .Ne xxx 4 rg' ,a 'fi .gli f": 'iixfz' vi on 1 .-..'.'.1Zf 1 Aki-,,,. V ,jr 11 .li 'R I ..- rr rx TN X V .4"C,l.kg1. ""'41f'v.- W X V ,N 1 'Q' rf . . .. gg J if ' in nt N Q Q ' nl' :ua 13 Q - x,..s c e Q .1 'X K 4- ,S-1 N.. la was 'PSD ij 5 kr S N ur- 1 J S . ' 12 1 Y lk 1 A bah Q? .X i I. ! -1 14 'L-1. 'RF -fe' ,SB .N .11 ' I qs gl", x -. , ,iaqnsii-. I1-'11, ..'r,+. fix. EMA, g::9'Z?'.af5v"-xi , ' 1 ' Ts- '5 1523-Qfii2iS?f4. 'fin-fx . xvg A -g4Qe1.'o3553F' -1.Y:E?'1s '14?fQ nl eiffill' E. if 5:Z3."-Qifawik iv ET.: if-:fee -vw' - Eareifaafef 3' 5593- -1?!P"-1 9. Pruett, James Ralph Jacksonville, Tex. 10. Robe, Fred L. 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X1 SA - maxim. .. 1 9575-v 30 . F- ff-'Q 133 I, ' if N. . ,. 14.-, K is 48 x . :X ,e 4 Q53 5 X--no W. 3 ii Freshrheh Short, Beverly Kay Crane, Tex. Simpson, Darla Kaye Houston, Tex. Singleton, Vickie Ann Haslet, Tex. Sloan, Derrell Norman Merkel, Tex. Smith, Carol Ann Winters, Tex. Smith, Carol Ann Henderson, Tex. Smith, Carol Sue Pueblo, Colo. Smith, Charles Martin Abilene, Tex. Smith, Jerry Todd Victoria, Tex. Sowell, Myra Lee Cleburne, Tex. Sparks, Delvin Earl Azle, Tex. Spears, William Perry Jake Jackson, Tex. Spooner, Sandy Lee Bloomington, Tex. Stambaugh, James Mack Vernon, Tex. Standlee, David Lowell Vernon, Tex. Stanglin, John Edward Dallas, Tex. Starnes, Malissa Ruth Waco, Tex. Stephens, Kay Ft. Worth, Tex. Sugg, David Finch Kenmore, N. Y. Sullivan, Linda Diana Ennis, Tex. Sundling, Phillip Grodon Akron, Ohio Swadley, Ronald H. Wichita Falls, Tex. Swindell, Patricia Brentwood, Tenn. Tarbet, David Big Spring, Tex. Taylor, Beverly Jean Tulsa, Okla. Taylor, Cecil Coy Cotulla, Tex. Taylor, Jacqueline Sheial Abilene, Tex. Tefertiller, Brenda Kay Big Piney, Wyo. Terry, Martha Alice Midland, Tex. Tharp, Donald Patrick Anson, Tex. Thetford, Barbara Joyce Sherman, Tex. Thomas, Linda Carole Ft. Worth, Tex. Thomason, Vivian Lee Wellington, Tex. Thompson, Doris Ann Houston, Tex. Thompson, James Weldon Tyler, Tex. Thompson, Larry Kent O'Donnell, Tex. Smith, Joan Etta Albuquerque, N. M. Smith, Judith Lynn Arlington, Tex. Smith, Lennis Marilyn Hobbs, N. M. Smith, Marion Joan Temple, Tex. Smith, Roy Click Lovelady, Tex. Smith, Teresa Nan Big Spring, Tex. Snow, Judy Lynne Dallas, Tex. Sosebee, Ronald E. Anson, Tex. Sowards, Janice Ft Worth, Tex. Stephenson, Charles Bell Houston, Tex. Stewart, George Earl Sweetwater, Tex. Stewart, Judy llene Austin, Tex. Stewart, Robert Elwood, Jr Lubbock, Tex. Stilwell, Carolyn Sue Gainesville, Tex. Stone, Carole Frances Artesia, N. M. Stone, Jay Dene Ft. Worth, Tex. Stone, Louis Ray Ft. Worth, Tex. Strahan, Sandra Burnet, Tex. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 28 29. 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Trosclair, Joy Lynn Houston, Tex. Tuttle, Charles Welton Poteet, Tex. Tyler, Ann Highlands, Calif. Varner, Roy D. Abilene, Tex. Vaughan, Betty Waco, Tex. Vaughan, Janet Ruth Alamogordo, N.M. Venable, Jimmy Charles Wilmer, Tex. Verett, Pauletta Abilene, Tex. Vermillion, Barbara Abilene, Tex. Weaver, Peggy Dallas, Tex. Welch, Gary Dale Houston, Tex. Welch, Guy Lynn Houston, Tex. Wheeler, Virginia Ray LaMarque, Tex. White, Michael Ashley Rotan, Tex. White, Thomas Marion Houston, Tex. Whittington, Patsy Ruth Roscoe, Tex. Wiggs, Eddie Houston, Tex. Wilburn, Bob Glenn Canadian, Tex. A c::, Q.. ..-3 .' V. ,. fe as ty I 3. it Q A 'Q X at " 3 X f X ss We M S... N 'R' X ,I T? xl 'W ii: A yin' 'fs 1. s Y--wg .gt- s J XX XX X.- R S N x 48 f ' fi . 1 ... X XX is 1. 'ff sifm i in 349' 19. 20. 21. 22. 24. 26. Thornburg, Orvil, Ill Pampa, Tex Thorp, Sylvia Ann Corpus Christi, Tex. Tomme, Harold Ernest Ft. Worth, Tex. Toombs, Billy Bob Merkel, Tex. Travis, Kathryn Millann New Orleans, La. Tribble, James Slater Jackson, Miss. Trimble, linda Carol Dallas, Tex. rriplen, Phyllis San Angelo, Tex. Trippett, Jack Wayne Parkersburg, W. Va. Virgin, Valenda Kay Albuquerque, N. M. Walker, Judy Nell Corpus Christi, Tex. Wallace, Gary Ray San Angelo, Tex. Ward, Jimmy Andrew San Antonio, Tex. 23. Warren, Lynn Ann Lubbock, Tex. Warren, Judy Gayle Glendale, Calif. 25. Wash, David Albuquerque, N.M. Waters, Marion Alton San Benito, Tex. 27. Watson, Ann Abilene, Tex. . Wilkerson, John Scott Vicksburg, Miss. . Willis, Wayne Manchester, Tenn. as - Q. 5, X .Q -, Sym.:- . Williams, Ivan Wayne Big Spring, Tex. "TTI: 51- ' S92 fi? fix 5 if ' l F9 1 X - Af... Q...-1... - - ,1 , I gl' ' if 4 ami' - 5 .- -:x.."'.'g .-.. A.- ,- ,A f -- . , -A L - 9,1 JW, ,,, .-L . xx s 1 f . qlig, i 'Fx' ' f 19 it-ff 'Q K ."I'f l ,-fs. 1 ff- 1 Q ' -Q5 ,. wir., If 'L' ff' ' rf Mi ,,.ar-iii I -3 . -.g- . 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Yowell, Phillip Gary LaCresceuta, Calif. Fl'eShlTlel1 55. Young, James Dwayne 'U Mancos. Colo. -, 'Jes F64 ' , Xt . - , ..- X ,..-f .Q . 4, : Q 'A . . 1., 5-:fi 427: .',f ,,,,.f,ff 's H l Ln ....,.-U' ' A c f Lu. ef v 4-"'-.II 'iii " f 1 4.x r . 1' Q . H-q., 1 4 1 Hitt., ' - lf lim. . J, The ultimate in Freshman achievement is the building of the annual homecoming bonfire. The class has rea- son to feel proud for the re- cord-breaking time of three- hours and 40 minutes build- ing this flame-orgy. The fol- lowing two C104 and l05D color pages are happily de- voted to th i s traditional event. IO3 Dv iw' Q ...StL f- . t NIKE" NVQ .. - " ' ...f..-. 1. : fv:fg-'.'g4'- gif , .K . . -1.5 f',,.Z"1f 5.-if .' ,w.r:15s'1f f 'iff ,lj . Q, 1.31 H , 72 ' Q... .. l11'j.32'f??7'SHQiE'-4, .U ,, .,,,,. .3 ,. . ,. f, 1-1 .w:,,,'. , .gy -g',u1',cZ- 1 3'-5. w,.,f,. V I 7.15: . .1--,'.' 1,112 I' 21:-f' ffl- l'f,1f.. 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W n 5 The backbone of cr college is its administration- the people who have loaded onto their own shoulders the practical and spiritual problems ot not only op- erating a learning plant, but also keeping alive a purpose and an idea in that institution-this purpose and idea being Christianity. Student publication that this book is, it would follow that it is composed from the student view- point. Hemembering the "all in fun" admonition we have laboriously decided to dub this section . . . THE . . . RU LERS . 1h ' xx .::: -.'V '."! A i lk MA' If W 's . KJ L., C, 'Z .if VH, -nj f M 4' -'T x L I' 5' 'QW A Editor! MARGARET JACKSON , 1 J ln twenty-one years President Don H. Morris has led our school from an enroll- ment of 661 to 2637. To students and faculty he is ever approachable, impartial, and optimistic, and he impresses outsiders with his sincerity and dedication to young people and to the cause of Christian teaching. Special activities during 1960-61 have included speaking on lectureships at Pepper- dine College and in churches in El Paso, Gatesville, and Glen Roseg delivering the commencement address at Temple Junior College: and serving as a Judge for the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the United States under the sponsorship of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. 'f' '-QE. K 5 in We x X : gi ,,,,t, -' g--:gf-Q. -5--I-WP. ' .iii ' si - iffif - 5 -f Sw va? S. i R, Q . Q: cali: .- s .. fs 5 Oi-:J 'mv - - ,sag lim, NS h 219,252 A 1iw:Z1 -.t'-- .lg til' --Q . ...ava- hh--...M ya- X NA ,,.,.nn -.3 P. a Msg .-.-,....,.,:, K.. ,F f r ,,,.J ,ZZ 1 ' f Ei G -' gs P- 1 - .W pf lfqfiniv ix' ffffi'-A f-17' -, Administration W. R. Smith, the Vice-President, cheerfully grants another government loan. an Cmswey to Q query A major work for Walter H. Adams, the Dean ot the college, was man aging the self-study program which concluded this year. lohn C. Stevens, Assistant President, dictates about the American Heritage program. 1 .Tw-:rr 1 t rw M . It EZ 4 wi Q-2 .-, . txqq, .1- 0 .. .. v ' ' ,, .. 1 ,dvr ,dx I X f X f . K EF Lawrence L. Smith, Busar, answers another oi the endless "salesman" calls. Ken Rasco, Registrar, skillfully manages thousands ot IBM cards Garvin Beauchamp, Dean of Students, has linal authority over student life. I . Rf L in lor the student body. ff W ,,..-f .-1' 1,1-' 7 is I. E. Freeman, Fiscal Agent, soberly contemplates a step forward in the investment policies of ACC. -. 6 I , -A A.-W Mrs. W. C. Sikes, counselor to over a thousand girls each year, serves capably as Dean ot Women. Dr. Fred I. Barton, Dean of the Graduate School, relaxes as he evaluates an aspect of the ACC graduate program. Administration Paul Faulkner, Dean of Men, provides friendly counseling and assist- ance to every male student. C x 2 E x- I: f MR! .LI If I .,.. I I.. I Www I , f t 1 . ,i Board of , fi 5 Tl'Ll5feeS f .i These men are leaders in their pro- fessional fields and faithful in the church. The Board is the policy making group for the college. During Home- coming 196O they dedicated the Citizen- ship Center and began construction, during the same year on a new girls dorm to be occupied September 1961. OFFICERS: Seated: A. C. Scott, Secretary-Treasurer, Abilene: B. Sherrod, President, Lubbock: R. G. Meqgs, Vice-President, Dallas. Standing: Hollis L. Manly, Sr., Vice- President, Abilene: W. B. Cayce, Vice-President, Ft. Worth: E. V. Mitchell, Vice-Pres- ident, Midland, lnot picturedl. A 'N it v-N-w Seated: A. L. Burden, San Antonio: Iohn P. Lawrence, Corpus Christi: Dr. Chester Callan, Rotan: W. C. Rhoden, Clyde: Willard Paine, Vice-Presi dent, Monahans: Grady Acuff, Lamesa: Chester Kenley, San Angelo: Louie Welch, Houston. Row 2: Truvis Campbell, Dimmitt: I. B. Collins, Abilene, Ross Wallcer, Tyler: las. L. Daniel, Eden: I. H. Richards, Sr., Ft. Worth: Heuel Lemmons, Austin: I. B. McGinty, Terrell: I. W. Watson, Colorado City, E. I. Wicker, Littlefield: S. A. Bacon, Abilene. Row 3: B. F. Morrow, San Benito: Gene Bennett, Denver City: Dr. I. P. Gibson, Abilene: M. M. Hows Tyler: Leslie Huff, Austin: Otto Sosebee, Anson: L. M. McGee, Amarillo: W. F. Heil, Midland: Clyde Echols, Abilene: Iohn Banister, Dallas. l ! . 'Aims F nif- 1 I 5 r v l l s l l 3 Directors: Murrell Foster, Assistant Director oi Information: Bob Hunter, Director ot Alumni Relations: Mrs. Norman Whitefield, Co-ordinator of Public Q Relations: Flex Vermillion, Director of Special Events: Walter E. Burch, Director ot Development: Charles Marler, Director ot Sports Information. S gl I y , 1 William N. Fryer, Director ot Counseling, Acting Director ot Testing: Ted Pitts, ? Director ot Campus School: G. L. Belcher, Director ot Extension. D Directors o l l L t , TE' 3 Leao McDaniel, Auditor: tBill2 L. D. Hilton, Assistant Bursar. Cb Don Drennan Bursars Office Ray Whiteside, Assistant Registrar: q "'-"w-v-v4- ,, ,-""'I lf' - 'a Aer?-zxplt' ' 7 , uw., " ':w,,,,'.- M- . :ew J I ' , . r A .NNN I , 1 .. "1 'Inn' , ' -....,....... Y N 5 X . A V' ' , -, , . Ira S Trantham Maintenance Manager: Neil Fry, Manager ot Catchings Cafeteria Iames Fulbright Manager of Students Exchange Thomas Director of Lectureshipg Dennis Odom, IBM Center. .CJ ,fifif5f', n' ' ,,.,.. . ? .1. -'Qs 32 ' M .. Secretaries to the - " N' 4 'gf ' P r e s i d e nt and 1 , 4- in , A M "Y Assistant President: J " 'rf 5 if ' '- ' Mrs. Bob Hale, Mrs. ' -- ,--- ,-N I. W. Roberts, Miss Q ' 't " 'W ' Linda Wheeler. I -. " , ,3 X .. i f -- v x W K 'I ,A X si.. f X X . F. A i it X f. mi?a:P.5,, , ., l X X. .. fa ., x ui L 1 XX g 'B it 'vxxx X ' Rf fs Secretaries tor the Bursar and the Registrar: Mrs. lx t. X Roy Flanagan, Mrs. Ted Pitts, Maurita Dietz, Bar- ' ,fx 1 bara Herrington, Iozell Brister, Jan Schow, Iuanita I ' ' ' 3 Carter, Gayle Cheatham, Bee lay Lavette. 5, ,:. i.. Secretaries: Column one top to bottom: Suzanne Reed, Dar- lene Elkins, Mrs. Virginia Halliday. Column two: Mrs. Boyd Field, Mrs. Kay Woodbridge. Column three: Mrs. Haskell Sinclair, Mrs. Dean Bing- ham, Geraldine Adams. ,au 'T7 as 'QE T17 Secretaries to the Vice-President and Fiscal Agent: Front Row Mrs. Woodard Robbins, Linda Rainwater, Ioyce O'Rear. Row two Darlene Howe, Iudy Showalter, Gayla Lambert. Secretaries-Librarians Secretaries Mrs Kaye Cummings, Mrs. Allen Gray, Mrs. Librarians: Everett Taylor, Miss Callie Faye Milliken Ulead Librarianl, Mrs. Allie Bob Harris Sherrie Lewis, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. Mae Morris, Mrs. I. P. Lewis, Mrs. Reiner Kallus, Mrs. Forrest Harlow, Mrs. Bernice McClintock, Miss Gay Golden, Mrs. Everett Taylor. 0:41 SEYSSN . X ,.,...,....,.A ---me , X 3 ...muy ""'-s- .'-9... 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S, GP 5-4 4""4 v-Q-'-I 13,1 CD wx wi ...Jglgf 'J in . ...J EG . ,, J.: MM L15 ,C 4,1 X lm Qw- Tj, Pu ff BU C . L-4 535 Q A ff. M .A-J U9 P5 ff'-Q P94 141' U3 J 'CU I C.: bi X-JN Some people say teach- ers are slave drivers. Some call them psycho- paths with grade books. We have even heard it charged.that what a teacher eats for breakfast are the F's from ABC cereal, sprinkled plenti- fully with failing slips, and soused with the milk of mercilessness . . . We desist! . . . We object! . . . We disagree! . . . We wish to pass. So much for the back- biting. ln opposition to the frequent s l a n d e r about teachers, we h a ve en- deavored to bestow upon their section a title that will possibly dignify their low state. We racked our thesaurus for a word that would sound intellectual, austere, and formidable. Our efforts were re- warded. This year, we are grouping the faculty, the departmental and honor clubs under the au- gust label of . . . THE . . . PROFESSO RATE Also Departmental and Honor Clubs, too T. . . rl' i A x , I r gg N ' x .rf , f Q 4 5131- yy'-,1,:,gi'-' .. ."W T mf. ...A 1 1 X T 1 ' 49 .'i N mm.. . - --s if .7----rr AY x ,. .- Fiigi f w ie li '- f 5 " 'C , s l' "' i 1 2 - M..-v -A. -af -- ,- -.vw . T 4 . .. i 1-,ef l -X -..1 x-is .N , if .. x - , .3 1 .- ,fg3u29, -Lge 1 x g,. '.,.13k 5 5 . l- '- ,gg pr X 1 -Q l if 'wal - . 2 f il 5f:f'f: 1.' .Ms -. ' Q fs, .1 , - x -' . ' U T f5+fis F'::f f' i xx . i -. A - -. f 2: f. -. 2" ', 3' - : 1-H.:- sg " 1, A. A , ' K ., X ' .1 isa? ua l ss. ,, i ..: 1 ,Ll T. W. Colby Dewey Davis Keith Justice , fum, M.S., Oklahoma State M.S., Texas Tech Ph. D., University of Utah wg,'21fQpf-. -hh K X- f'-,3:-:'XQ..'f1f-wx-'- x i '- " ffif' x S ' V. A , "-'NN 4 K We l c Agriculture An agriculture student at ACC may major in agronomy, animal hus- bandry, general agriculture, or range management. The 1,800-acre ranch is used for practical applications learned in the classroom. ACC has several students in the nation-wide honor society for agriculture majors, Delta Tau Alpha. The department has visited several outstanding Texas ranches this year such as the Rocker B, owned by Senator W. A. Blakley, and the Armor Ranch. Graduates of the ACC department may study in any other college or university for graduate work. The department is proud of its graduates and their outstanding achievements. Gene Bristo and Bill Hays show Noble Sam, Supreme Grand Champion of England, presently owned by c 0 -ff lr ,U er... X Ts? l K r s A 'N 3 tr' ' , , , s . as . ., , 3 I. 1 t . 'v t' slr. 5 ,krm , . S x 'K , 'tx 1 10, . , -- '. ,Q Q .fax 1 -. mi 'fi N... Y' ' is 1.1, ' a T wif. . 'QU' . I ' . "' Q l. I. , ' . ' 5 Q di - . 1 5 0- ' 1, Q .1 ' . sh- - 9 I 5, ' V' . Lg F.. . ' . -H. ' Q " - -Q -- - .,., sly ., . . K , g K D ' Abu 1 W-. .Cm si. v' .- tc-sxwxvx-A - .ai - . . J 7 . g '- . '. 'Z E Q ' . A. ' . r ' - K. T '. Qi 'XJ-?'ff' 5' x Francis M. Churchill Department Head Ph. D., University of Wyoming Earl Guitar and R. Y. Boyd and Sons , .va is sua .ii i Ol 4 ei 1-, 'R I 1 .Lo asm r s. :mx 6' COLLEGI: TMENT l'5 Charles Jacobs, Larry Sullivan, lack McKay, Iohnny Billingsley, Vance Grlstrap, Lon Stanley. ----ll g A LA-,A .5-,.' 4.-: ik .gk Homecoming Display OFFICERS: Don Newhouse, President: lim Darnell, Treasurer: Richard Myers, Vice-President: Charles Carver, Historian: Hilton Merritt, Secre- tary fseotedl. Not pictured: Alfred Neuhold, Treasurer. A .wi 1 XG. RISTIAN COl..l-EC3E? E DEPARTMEN Pat Morgan, Calvin Gann, Robert Malone, Ronnie Sosebee, Geoff Hulse, Vic Rubica. Aggie Club Aggie Club membership consists of students majoring and clubs on campus, builds a Home- point of interest, Banquet. minoring in agriculture. One of the more active Aggie Club participates in intramural sports, coming display, takes an annual trip to some and has an annual steak fry, and the Ex-Aggie This year the club won first place in the Departmental Divis- ion of the Homecoming display contest. In addition to promoting interest in agriculture, the club offers an opportunity to meet new friends and to get practical knowledge through the many club-sponsored field trips. Aggie Sweetheart - Carol Northam el? 1 f cgi T ..,, ,, , ',,.,-, Q- J V . V., ,ffl - f" 97. Q 6' wtf1'f ,- ff. .a-,4 Rodeo club The Rodeo Club came back with vigor after a year of inactivity. The club spon- sored and planned a rodeo, which was held during the spring. The club was opened to 1 all students interested in rodeos and in 5. rodeo stock. OFFICERS: Wendell Whittenburg, Secretary-Treasurer: lim Willis Vice-President: lack McKay, President. ' v---.. I: f'4.eQ'5?f5'f ' 'T ' .wtf rin'-eE'f'2. I up. Jiixig.. ,md 1: , . . - . ,.. Q - gf- eng- 'Q -Y., - "- ,,..- ,"'. ' 'd 1 f' LIJQ1.. w, T' 4' -, Psi ', -f 'VXA Il,--'w,f',-Q,:- gd, "Z, 9 1' Q-'h 9' Ii in ."-" ' '..::' 1 feoiw' 4 -'i"i'.: 1 . --..' ,...,- . .: . Lrg-, 4 1 lt! -gm Q Q OU' Af Front Row: Robert Malone, Vivian Thomason, Mary Alice Duncan, Linda Sue Barnes, Cookie Mar- tin, lane Kerr, Sara lones, Barbara Davidson. Row two: Ray Housley, lim Willis, Wendell Whitten- burg, lack McKay, Hank Ethricige, Ierry Killian, Gerald Self. l l K ,I hm- Jodie Boren 1 Kansas City Art Institute , and School of Design , i ,- , - t ff :L X lg, ' 4' 'T --0' fi - ' ' ..... ' X xi. D i'+.:, ' V' 2 -fit . 373L'i:'5t"'. 1 - lillil X. 1' if gpg. , ti -5Y5P5'5,f- ,ii ' 'l1f,f1':-iii' 7 a lt ,fi T"9Y CUWWUY Brent Greene BFA, University of Denver, and BFA, Unive,-shy of Texas M.E., Abilene Christian College Believing that a foundation in fundamentals is basic to every career in art, and a genuine contribution to a liberal education, the Art De- partment offers the same course to every art major. Its graduates have found their places in a range of art activities including teaching, com- mercial art, and fine arts. The department has been outstandingly represented in local college shows, the Texas State Fair college and univer- sity show, and the work of one recent graduate in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. .-' i fl' ni . . ' w l ,rg i V "N,.,,mN,,..,f- Norman Whitefield, Department Head M.A., University of Denver Margie Kamstra, Wanda McKinney, Elaine Plate, and Iudy Smith execute studies oi Howie Hodgson in figure drawing class. Y' , l 3 i 1 I i J Kappa 5 iv ,. A". Avery Falkner X, nil , '3':?ivfEi,.- 'ng ax 1 it ZF su sg? Q' ,P ' 'J W - 2' 6, ' . . , Mkfsstw , wg, --wi . it ,law , N., Y,.,I, -, i 1" YXNTQ W ' x a r,gsyNV,J +int ,' -' va-"-, " 354' '. Q 'm.t..2. In fr, -, '55,-Q5 4- 'X A . .X . '-j-,F q'1,, 'u!' V N Q .Z 4 , ,U ai. I x Qfvgi.-QQ -'9kx3s.Y.Q,54Vb .135 'st' T QJIHUSE mga., tal ,jf:D,g Qi f 23,4 mf if " ifgfif 1 1356- ' if -,., i t in 4. l js-i Kay Shaffer a I A 2, F f t 1 A 1 2 1 t L , ' 4 I 'N . , , if ' 4' K 5-5 X ,f -' 351-3252-""",' Niriiif S i a rzfgas-wha t'-fi A i .N fix ., , . W .usb xx ,N ij' , .ax .A.' A Ili as i use I ,np Wanda McKinney s X S51 5 2'-bit?"-Y 2 r" rip! glut. e?g: 'f Y ' ,SEX il fe 1 Ya , ' I f his i 'ws - 1 'M 'rf ' 'I . V iff" Y :irc XX XV so Y Susan Nesmith Sarah Yarbrough Kappa Pi is one of the newest honorary fraternities on the campus of ACC. Junior and senior art maiors with outstanding work in art are selected for the fraternity by the art teachers. Not pictured is Kappa Pi presi- dent, Bryant Reeves. Donnabeth Betty Lou Rodak is t R 5 E. K .5.x . SJ PSS: 1 55 1 . TSX Derrick N it Pi Elaine Woods Q f X ws 5133- FP'-fk..ei'f' ' : .g 1 f. "Q'N"5S:'k3:-' 5: 1' -- , ' SN" .,Sf!:'5"' 5 tf'.::f'5EL x ' '1 -'mf Q E ii A T Talmage Minter xl R 5 ' 0 -f 5 as S A Pi Epsilcn Bela Pi Epsilon Beta is an organization established to promote an interest in art on the ACC campus. MX Among the year's activities was the fall hobo picnic. A tour of the Fort Worth Art Center, the Dal- las Museum for Contemporary Arts, and the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts was made in November. A sketching trip, also in November, took the Art Club to Fredericksburg. The Campus Calendar, whichi was presented in January, told of special events of 1961 and exhibited works created by club members. OFFICERS: Bottom Row: Donnabeth Derrick, Reporter: Elaine Plate, Secretary: Elaine Woods, Treasurer. Row 2: Brent Green, Sponsor: Talmage Minter, President: Avery Falkner, Vice-President. E- , f X Bottom Row: Kay Iackson, Karol Potter, Kay Shatter, Indy Searcy, Carolyn Manley, Ienelle White. Row 2: Sylvia Thorp, Elaine Woods, Margie Kam- strcz, Sarah Beth Yarbrough, Wanda McKinney, Linda Ferrell, Marilyn Caldwell, Linda Goyne, Nedra Iohnson, Carole Stone, Avery Fallcner, Mike Fan- ning. Row 3: Mike Houghton, loe Cash, Norman Jefferson, Donnabeth Derrick, Betty Lou Rodale, Elaine Plate, Edwina Schneider, Carolyn Gaines Carolyn Comolli, Sharon Goodale, Bonnie Burson, Phyllis T riplett, Sue Jenkins, Talmage Minter. fefi'-'iz'Wj Zim x ,, A v' . .......-"' fs f-'5ri'1 , 1, sie - , ,. ff: " ff ' 1 :fiv- .. . fri eewffessfars .2Qf'i....,-ii F51-,r"f.:1-'sf 'fi '1ifawti:r2.w.-fraswfw I'2 "' ii1Rf?53.'1ff?:-'Q T'11:f5r?Sf . ,... " "'iT-V-9Y5K'Si1'S? Eiszai 11299 its.-lsgiffsg ii v -" ,ww fs--fs, X- ' -2 A-5: , -Q '. 'fjS:f--3:-2:."' , f-fjj' , .V X "E'?51fr I ' f ., W1 Y l-ii:.7.':1s 3 er ' 'L ' er? 5 i :1f5f::EiHf.gf-'ifiriff . 3 -A "3fg. . . - Q ' Q fa-: '. ' M j1.3J:' ::.5,: 5-rg i ' 9' -Q Q . ' ' ' 5 .. . " ,159 ,,,,. . , .L ..,, . , ...A Paul Southern, Department Head Th. D., Southern Baptist Seminary Bible Education, apart from a clear and definite know- ledge of the Bible, is defective and incomplete. We be- lieve that the single factor in the development of charac- ter is a reverent study of the Bible. Each course offered by the Bible Department is planned to promote spirit- ual training which shall yield a desirable unity to be manifested in refinement, reverence and devotion - to know "the sacred writings, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus." "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." John 8:32. Majors are offered in Biblical languages, the Biblical, the doctrinal, the historical, the practical and the re- ligious education fields for students studying Bible in Abilene Christian College. Not pictured, Carl Spain. l VF i." ,Y 5 ' 'S ' ' '65 A ,J I l . A... QA uf.. .X w-J ' -s Y 1 ' N -ms., X l X I 9155. . . E , 'Q elif 1 . 1 Fred J. Barton Weldon Bennerr Eugene Clevenger Ph. D., State University M.A., George Pepperdine B.D., Southern Baptist of Iowa College Theological Seminary am lg' 5-,X 5 .. 4 N of ,. 'Z 4 fa MR.-1 1 , E fri: M 1.1 -e--of r . P ' ,- , My. fi., - A., rl Bill Decker Paul Faulkner Robert L. Johnson John P. Lewis M.A., Butler University B.S., Abilene Christian 'Ph. D., New York University B.D., Vanderbilt University College Le Maine G. Lewis Neil Lightfoot Frank Puck Roy Palmer Ph. D., Harvard University Ph. D., Duke university Ph. D.. University of M.A.. 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"'5'e'f-r'3,,1,5, K rf l I , H' il id Q-X 9 , f it . 9 ii-.1 1 J. W. Roberts Ph. D., University of Texas Tommy Shaver M.A., Southern Methodist University qxwssc, N,- '-Q -- 1... Paul W. Rotenberry M.A., University of Pennsylvania Henry E. Speck J. D. Thomas 4 Woodrow Wilson Ed. D., University of Texas Ph. D., University of Chicago Th D Southwestern Theological ' ,fx...' ' ks , v 1 1. - i THE WORLI' it b I A Key to the Campus l ABILENE ANNUAL Q cnmsmm rd BIBLE s COLLEGE LECTURESHIP Q lil- , , THE MORE 0 ' ABUNDANT 2 I I LIFE A N, HI D - - X - I-I-I X ' if EEBITI U- E2 m a 5' sc , , V S.zs-f 1 . e ........ FEBJ9-23,1961 es Outside tranquillity betrays the bustling activity in the Lectureship tent. The high-wire performer enacts his number before the week's excitement in the "Big Top." The Lectureship "Big Top" laid out before erection. .,.gcg,Q.llib"sx.,, l l 1 -,1,.,,.- . ll l . ,. Q, ,A S' . E.. F.. ::iuX.X k . .K V T. N i . 3 xx WRX X Q x N ss . . st .-Q.. -X . 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'- .Q-sf' , NN' X.. ' wc: .- ' - ' ' ' . e x X' . C . i ,Ns . N ..-.-fi Q g .w As 4, J., , i: A Q Q Q - ,N E www-" ..-3 1-5.0 XSS' .i X .-ax - .Q, W i C- -We '- . Q0 Q. QNQ... .Q,. .cf--Pf Q' Q .wif--x-:GN 'wrt ' ' ' b'NY'1NTtsE'1 -V ' s -N . K Q- , - . C Q-0 1 X. ,- .cs . 5 y. ', - - P " .N " Q...1e'T' .- ,. -s s '- l " ' ' ' ' Q . ' ' S Q if ' , ' T . .L, Hp: 'Tuff--ff '51, A i N , Q sy --' h - ,. 'ffl Q ,VM - aqrlig' - 'A :L-L "Ql,.:P'. i-,Ez-:Y ' R ' ' AMQVN 'w-. .7 - .- C 1' - e - The 1961 Annual Bible Lectureship Program on the theme, "The More Abun- dant Life," is counted by Lectureship officials and many visitors as an outstand- ing success. Two new features for this year's program, the Biblical Forum and the 1 Communications Conference, were both overwhelmingly successful and will be con- . -A tinued regularly. The main lectures, the panels, and the classes all added greatly 4 to the realization that there can truly be an "abundant life," and the total pro- . 43RD ANNUAL BIBLE LECTURESHIP gram left all greatly inspired. Lectureship officials unanimously agreed that the Q physical arrangements, including the huge tent and the exhibits, proved to be "the f valuable new addition. V MJ, 'T x 'T smoothest-running plan" that has ever been used. Lectureship Central was also a T' A: f R K , ,L . . X -fi' 4 : "!T' Q"' iilljll il ?' l Parking spaces seem to fade as Lectureship crowds merge with the campus. Welborn Hayhurst views the ACC display booth. ECE QHRlSTlAN CQLL -ss 1 awk llmtnllllwwlllt. lltlllll ll l Mmm M All lttiw ,S 'RS' 2 mum, mmm W g f. Ltmklllllvlil W We lt lt ' s e'- Illl3llSlllltllf0llllSlS l'itla5n., l.l.lvt.l X. Llll lllt fAMllllX ' A ctltwllum. Llttiam ilamsigii. Alltllltllllttt ty -4 --K - -." The Lectureship Center is under a watchful eye. Empty? Impossible! The success of the annual Lectureship is de- pendent to a great measure on the service rendered by literally hundreds of students in social clubs, service clubs, honor clubs, and other special interest organizations. The activities which different individuals and clubs are asked to assist with from year to year have become more or less a matter of tradition. The men's social clubs handle the ushering for all major services. The girls' social clubs assist with the nursery service provided for visitors with children. The Campus Service Organization helps with registration, counting classes and in courier service. The Industrial Arts Club works to set up all the tables and handles other details con- nected with the Exhibit Center tent. Few students are not affected by the demands of serving the thousands of visitors who an- nually throng the campus. Ken Carr works in the refreshment stand lor the Industrial Arts Department. ld l I l ,1 TF' -s - l V. f -,ev!:.' - -.S 1,55 M ks il l GirI's Training Class l l l Leaders - Sandra Standridge, Spring Leader: Glenda Carter, Fall Leader. Roberson Chapel is the meeting place for Girl's Training Class emphasizes the develop- ment of Christian attitudes for young people. lt meets at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday evenings in the chapel of the College church. Each semester stu- dent leaders are chosen. Men's Forum Men's Forum designed for and it has a leadership of . Q each Thursday at 5:59 p.m. lt is all male members of the church, purpose of educating them in the the church. ' :'fXffSj:'.w3fN.. - -'q."'SEk5iQ " 1,1- Leader-Wa rren Lewis Q.-'T s c - . .- .- , x 95: S X Ex . , X , i 4 .5 l 30 ' Q' . Ny X . 1, -. , l -:,':?A7' 45lx".' il: 'v N P-. 5 5.515-'5. 3 -. X Sponsor-Mrs. Monte McGinty Girl's Training Class. Nxt! ati! f., v . ' U fl 1 Frank Messer leads singing at Monday Night Meetings. Nlcnday Nighl Meelihgfr These meetings give young men the opportunity to develop their leadership ability in leading singing, prayer, and giving Bible lessons. This affords an inter- esting program also for those who attend. Four meetings are conducted each Monday night at 6:00 p.m. in the College Church. 1' ..l""" --..... Brotherhood problems are presented to Mens' Forum by I. P. Lewis and Hoyt Houehn, a local minister. Mens' Forum Sponsors-Dr. LeMoine Lewis, Dr. Henry Speck, Ir., Dr. Hobert lohnson, Mr. Roy Palmer Bro. Weldon Bennett leads a discussion group in a Mon- day Night Meeting M' A 04757 W, .., ,, , Sponsors-Dr. H. L. Sehug, Dr, J. W. Treat Tommy Kelton-lender. Several hundred students learn to "take the light" each Wednesday evening. Mission Study The works of the mission 'fields were the subiects of the many 6:00 p.m. Wednes- day evening meetings. Sev- eral hundred students met weekly under the sponsor- ship of Dr. J. W. Treat and Dr. H. L. Schug. Elected student leaders were Tommy Kelton, first semester, and Gary Colvin, second semester. For the first time in its his- tory Mission Study published a bulletin, with Betty Mathews as e d i t o r and Maureen Knight as assistant editor. fi s -.f' ' "'l' 1 ,Q-Sf -, 'Y si cm: J ,qwiul l' Ufll'lMlY A UOKK A flex RI Jefifffl 5 ,s 'M' I . I f3 ,y V Lectureship Exhibits of ff X lVliSSiOl1 Fields MISsmN Xl , I X Far away places with strange sounding names were represented in the mission exhibits in the lectureship tent. These engrossing exhibits informed thousands of the need for Christian evangelism in the rapidly expanding world. They em- phasized the need to tell the Story of Love to a world which has largely forgotten how. ' 2 g g A L -V 7 -5 Hp--A: , Fw i W1-L N 'E -1 Biclcgy Courses offered by the Biology Department provide the basic preparation for further study and careers in medicine, medical technology, dentistry, agriculture, and biochemistry. Offering work at both undergraduate and graduate levels, the department is expanding its research program to meet ever-increasing needs in a most complex field. New . -.-. c,,.:.,,,,Q -x 1351. :qs:.s::x-flhbxqgd' f A - 'M i ,. xx.-nxx: A is ' 'Q mf N 5 :,-. i. . tt... fm litre .-., News I " avi 2 John Roy Endsley Roy Eugene Shake M.A., George Peabody College MS University of Wisconsin H. Douglas Dean V-2"""x' A Department Head J, Ph.D., University of Alabama , f""1f""N 'f r ty--.A , J J f 22: ggi V , . f s ' I' "' ,g : 'N-21? " ii. if -' l . Q L cr'-' '-:.-3: l+44'Y"' f - M f'.ff'A A Y' ' ff i ' -,ff 7,-5' fu' A1-JA ffs ' V Q' h . l, :1"'tM,ff, F ', Alvie Ddvif George W. Knight Ph-D-I UnlV9V5l'Y Of Texas M.S., Florida State Unive Chemistry Characterized by an ever-expanding research program, the Chemistry Department has come to be recognized as one of the best in the nation. Its graduates have been quite successful in doctoral work and advanced research. With membership in both the American Chemical Society and the Texas Academy of Science, the department has established a standard of excellence unsurpassed in the field. Not pictured, Dr. Tommy J. McCord. rsity Rodney Lloyd dehydmtes chemical properties in his four o'clock chemistry lab. ,-if Z, J-Q. 1, .5 , f,g,.'T.5h fi ., ,N it 1 ' ' 'i,,Gu:q ' 1 43 il ',,-at-A , :wmv T e. J Y,,,.-9-. Paul C. Witt, Department Head Ph.D., University of Colorado C .4 2, I3u V :fm gy:-,, American Chemical Society American Chemical Society, a national organization, is composed of those who have a special interest in the chemical profession. At its monthly meetings, the club hears lec- tures and discussions which help them main- tain their dedication to the profession and encourage them to enter research and to further study chemistry. OFFICERS: Lynn Bayliss, Secretary-Treasurer: Robert Gipson, President: Iim Tom Hill, Vice-President: Dr. Alvie Davis, Sponsor. vf' 5 4 1 Bottom Row: Rodney Lloyd, Ierry Bradford, David Huddle, Lynn Bayliss, Frances McBroom, Iana Showalter. Row 2: Mr. George Knight, Jessie Faust Bernard Allen, Robert Gibson, lim Tom Hill. Row 3: Dr. Alvie Davis, limmy Roberts, Daryl George, Bennett Hutchison, Larry Smith, Stephen Maul l36 5 z . , df L I OFFICERS: Larry Adkins, Treasurer: S. E. McReynolds, Sponsor: David Brown, President: left Pharis, Secretary: Russell Kinningham, Vice-President. Science Club This organization, seeking to further interest in the natural sciences, is one of the most active departmental clubs on the campus. The members-under- graduates working toward careers in chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, medicine, and other related fields-are informed on current happenings in the field of science through films and spe- cial lectures by prominent scientists. Front Row: S. E. McReynolds, David Brown, Daryl George, Russell Kinningham, Virginia Wheeler, Frances McBroom. Raw 2: Larry Smith, lames Boseman, Larry Adkins, Louis Bradford, Tommy Oliver, David Huff, leff Pharis. if-.w James E. Freeman, Department Head M.A., Southern Methodist University ' 'QFW' ' ..f"' f Vivit- .gre Mrs. Bert E. Mosier M.Ed., University of Oklahoma Overton Faubus, C.P.A. M.S., Texas ALM. Earl Clevenger, C.P.A. Ecl.D., University of Oklahoma f-W 55, ,ff- f.- ' 4 . . l K' . .51-.T Q .0 .5 ,. .t 0 V H, H --....., ...Q - , Y, ' "'f:'Q.f:1-'-g-. Q1-"Q X? 1:1 , . - S ik - -if 5 ' VW 5.1.".51i Wt . N . 31 1..-gllyi .. 'Wil 5 4 if' - ' L Mrs. Woodard Robbins E William E. Wright, C.P.A. M.S., Abilene Christian Colege Mrs. Dale C. Hesser A fh.D., University of Texas B.A., Harding College The fundamental aim of the Business Administration Department is preparing students in the skills of good business enterprise - educating students for responsible administrative and executive positions in business and preparing them to establish sound and profitable busi- nesses. There are three C.P.A.'s in the department, Overton Faubus, Earl Clevenger, and William E. Wright. This year added facilities have made it possible to add a new course to the curricula-business machines. Not pictured: L. D. Hilton, Robert L. Honea, and Mrs. John C. Stevens. Emily Brown works diligently on her practice set for accounting. . ,K 1 it - mxwzsfnr .E - . , ..,, , xg. 1, . .,.,. Is, . Vfssws. sages U f- L, iii ' - .-ft-sas-ws. H'-'-L'-s-3. .: .':5 - 5.-:gg-gill-Izgx :-:X ' ,m s .:- DQR. sf .f .W TAI it ' -5:11 s -'Qi' 'K . - E- . .. -.Q 1,YFN3f5:l3ifqqj'fxI,- 53,51 rf' it .25 -......, ss Ohms' -"' . X. . .ex 3-''X'P13?E2:l'I'S3.l.NG-isii.-..-A-I , gl sz.. -.:.q:' -1--:-:nfs-'-5.:,--1--9-1-f--+ -1- 1 12:-s -. .-.tm-:-i-A-.-.,g. 5 3-,xv .. N:--.U . ..,, . . I wv-'w51-:,:- --is-A ts- va'cxx.'Rir ' ' B :X .... , N XX . is 2. X Y . ,fx xi J X X ziwwlvy ik-K . X . 1: x , ..ixQ,Q Jrgvgx' X, 4 Mfg ' if . .-' -Y-WQSQ ii ix A Pt- vw usw.gaQ i . 1-rf 2 .ages iv Ji be " is , Q X. i, L N 5' Ae. 41 .A -'cp .V L- Ht - . -s M- '.g.tI1.:3i-x-A' rv., 2-. .L , --lj s- U 5 -5 -Wg-, ,Qu ,N .1 1- -" ' - .' if Q- , "-Wqtof, W L. 3 - .1 sl 1 1 x '.'.1-.1-'fir MX .az-er W Q r Front Row: Carolyn Kruzick, Mary Conner, Emily Brown, Anita Sullivan, Margaret Ann jackson. Row 2: M'liss Crenshaw, Edna McWilliams, Ienelle White, Norma Alkire, Peggy Thompson, Shirley Lovelady, Anita Brown. Row 3: Preston Gray, Dan Jordan, Cullen Iohnson, Norris Lonq, lack Fry, Charles Moffett, Hugh E. Hale, Ioe Wayne Danchalc, Steve Late. The Business Administration Club of Abi- lene Christian College is composed of business majors and minors. It is actively engaged in acquainting its members with B.A. the business world. The club meets bi- monthly and has dinner meetings throughout the year with prominent guest speakers. '31 'GJ' B-f' OFFICERS: Norman Declcard, Vice-President: Tommy Pipes, Member ot Board, Mollye Morrow, Secretary-Treasurer: joe Shollenbarqer, President: Sallye Hartt, Member oi Board,' Charles Nelson, Member ot Board: Bill Hilton, Sponsor. 1 -. r WL ' E 1' f Q, ""' ' wil . 5- ' ' ., . ., gm :ww V. ,.'-t .' fa' W! - J 2' 1 ..- J e. . 1 X gg J- s A J Q' f . , , . X I l .' W' 3' i ., i' 'qbl ' tfiffjbl 1 .' ' Q -' " 4 ' Sai' '. , iz ' - - . G. L. Belcher Ph.D., George Peabody College 1r'7. . 44 . Mrs. Orbie Gilbreth M.A., Hardin-Simmons University H.. . ',. NH, ,gf Edward l. Kirk M.S., Abilene Christian College Education Russell A. Lewis Ph.D., University of Texas l l l l l 4' -.xgkll 'I 5 . K 'CTI5' . l X l l Ray Whiteside 3 M.Ed., Abilene Christian 5 College f -'Q-se ,Q if Q ...F ji 'lk .L ,1 X 5 xv . t Ek. Joe Marshall M.A., Hardin-Simmons University ls... i f 'L X .sul-5 . Q .32 .. i'-VX Afgx, . - , X Neg... X . s . " . , , 5ix- ., -.QHT "'i ' . ' "aw..'2ef--'flew-'P' 4-' . . , - -..-. Q N - ,.LQ5':es14.1gf's' X ' Ss ' 1? i -:ly ' 2 . 4 A " ' . :gre-. -5. . ., N , ,. x .tux Ts -e . ' .3 , ' CQ S121 " 'H . Qs ' : Qtr Mrs. Della Carlton Pack ' ' ' A M.Ed., Hardin-Simmons University 'l ill LJ' '37 AE 'lie If Q 'X .. I J Z .-.N 4615. 5 . :fv- v J ..- ,NM-W-d.. Mrs. Gorman Kenley I' M.A., Hardin-Simmons jijigz-g A University -N2 f5f?Xll'g':..'.'a ' 5, e I , fx I A ' .'w5t2t:.1?:r.:::s S. 95-414-ds' seen , . . . va. hs' 'Sins . 4'l114'4k'--.v 3. .. keg'5Q't,4-,141 fi.. 'l3'h.s.s . 4 F 4"4"i +4--.4m.,!:s-xi.. . " 4""-2x-Afi4-1-.frgQ.':--:.- W ifstyfsasgxgswfrgggqgg. ,, .vm fl 4 -6 f?'!'.i,i .Fin . ti'-i'-S:1x3g1i:sai-::fr- r ' li' l-- .nb 50, .-'KIM -al-t"4"'Gp1w-"Int" v -vm ' ' A4404 -wtf' .uf .- eg-Q .. . sw 't3i:fi1:ti1w::.f::r+::- A Ks. J., if-up.,'44'K,e3,a-N3,'1.u', 14 will v -lain-Q-. na 144-.du il,-I. J -1 .g -.IN Styne A tv . L. 4 vim -n,,4,'t,,n .n- -,pvf,. he XV' It ' Aa qafmm .uv-' . , 4 2,141 'ii -ti'mire.,-ti.,-Q-'TA-:ISIN . if, 'Ii4:I"'i'v"'v"1i"l'!iil1f'l' iii - ' Orval Filbeck, Department Head Ph.D., University of Texas Developing a teacher is the challenge of today. The department is dedicated to the work of developing master teachers. This task is pursued believing that a free and responsible people must be properly educated. The members of the department believe that teacher- education is a function of the entire college. They recog- nize that a teacher must know what to teach and how to teach. lames Taylor, president of Texas Student Educational Association, looks over the world with Sally Fanning, Mrs. Bivens, fifth grade teacher, jerry Iennings, and Don Campbell. Bottom Row: Shirley Kinningham, Kay Cole- man, Sharon Emanuel, Linda Powell, Eliza- beth Vice, Sue Gleason, Pat Bradford, Birt McKinzie, Shirlie Smith. Row 2: Kay Man- sker, Bea Blume, Ierrelyn Huddleston, The- resa Glimp, ludy Brandon, Kay Shatter, Norma McGraw, Peggy Ward, Mrs. P. Gil- breth, Sue Maxwell, Mrs. Gorman Kenley, leannie Odom, Sandra Standridge. Row 3: Jerry Miller, Kenneth Brown, Edward L. Kirk, Mrs. F. Pack, Carla Sue Horton, lla Ioan Boyer, Weldon H. Barnett, Orval Fil- beck. Kappa Della Pi To honor iunior and senior education majors and minors in the upper twenty five percent of their class, the Theta Epsilon chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor organization, was installed in 1954 at Abilene Christian College. Programs throughout the year em- phasized educational and professional development. E ' r l ,ph I OFFICERS: Seated: Jeannie Odom, Secretary. Standing: Peggy Ward, Treasurer: Weldon H Barnett, Sponsor: Sue Maxwell, vice-President, lerry Miller, President. Bottom Row: Betty Rackow, Ginny Smith, Roberta Hash, Linda Lee Scudder, Lorena Bedichek, Gay Morrison, Pat Kincaid, Barbara Brown, Emily Brown, Iozell Brister, Fay Daugherity, Cheron Campbell. Row 2: Kenneth Jumper, Bill Greene, Amelia Smith, Donnis Douve, Robbie Flaniken, Maureen Knight, Lynda Schwartz, Martha Burle- son, Linda Corner, Linda Martin, Peggy Scar- borough, Lila Pinon, Iudy Turner. Row 3: Mollye Morrow, Ray Wheeler, Gary Verett, Althea Stana- land, Sandra Smith, Don Schultz, Loretta Tudor, Elaine Mickey, Goldye Lewis, Barbara Daven- port, Ray F ulenwider. mg? B .Zi x N., , r cl" . 1 -ri. a. - , ,- ' l P , ,, 1 " Bottom row: James Baker, President: Sandra Standridqe, Secretary: Verna Veach, Parliamentarianf James Taylor, Vice- President. Row two: Benna Reed, Coy Conner, Gae Hollitield, Linda Powell, Elgin Conner, Linda Wasson, Patricia Stephens, Ginger Cotlman, Carolyn Peacock, Betty Mathews, Lila Pinon, Jo Ann Ledbetter, Robert W. Long. Row three: Glenda Fowler, Kay Walker, Carol Randolph, Ray Wheeler, Kay Allen, Jeanette Hughes, Lynda Schwartz, Mary Arm- strong, Janiece Eubank, Evelyn Clayton, Mary Jim Davis, Linda Corner, Carolyn Wallace, Annice Hunt. Row tour: Martha Burleson, Paula Bray, Frances Koonce, Glenda Gentry, Dee Moss, Sandra Jones, Donna Gudeen, Kathryn Harrington, Bernice Fischer, Thresa Glimp, Ioyce Stegemoller, Pat Blume. Row five: Carolyn Pennock, Judy McCrack- en, Patti Roberts, Dianna Woodson, Jan Pounds, Danielle Robinson, M'liss Crenshaw, Ann Sikes, Pat Bradford, Mary Anna Johnson, Sandra Fowler, Linda Newton. Row six: Linda Kidd, Betty Lou Varner, Terry Ann Roach, Virginia Brack, Joyce Walker, Beth Sassman, Carol Baker, Linda Shaw, Nicky Robinson, Gaye Bankhead, Patsy S tan le y , Barbara McMennamy. Bottom Row: Donald Schulz, Susan Nesmith, Elizabeth Vice, Shirlie J. Smith, Gay Morrison, Mary Io Bayless, Virginia Reynolds, Judy Searcy, Denece Abbett, Betty Jo Mitchell, Sue Gleason, Sarah Jones. Row two: Peggy Scarborough, Janie Wright, Roberta Hash, Jan Gibson, Nancy Wilson, Judy Mosley, Yvonne Fenner, Rita Bennett, Eula Jean Ash, Carol Pen- nington, Rose Mary Leininger, June Daniels. Row three: Dwayne Maxwell, Anita Gray, James Gray, Elaine Mickey, Beth Thrash, Martha Roberson, Cheron Campbell, Janet Llewellyn, Weedon Kelley, Marcella Winger, Gayleen Wilson, Elaine McDaniel. Row tour: Dale Reynolds, Jerry Miller, Don Rogers, Roger Barnes, Bill Dennis, Willie Joe Wilson, Dick Hallum, Bob Arledge, Dan McPherson, Glynn Griitin, Helen Martin. Row tive: Raytord Mcllhaney, Robbie Fleet, James Neeley, Cecil McMullin, Ron Priddy, George Garland, Linda Morris, Rheuanna Robinson. . cw, x. , , . . 5137.21 -'.Q1.rQX is sxa--w-mwqm , , . , i .'1rg:',-1:4 :Ping-, sux ,-:MA-3,9 ..:s v' SM" My x fb ,, qw ,S Q: -,, , cg- .-,f ..X-:M .1 - -X "W '-.sIs1J-f- "'-- ,,. 4 SEA The Student Education Association provided the first step to professional training for future teachers. The chapter's program for the year included talks on the teacher as a citizen, the teacher as he is obligated to broaden his education, his first experiences as a teacher, and qualifications principals look for. The annual fall picnic ot Cobb Park, the state convention, and the chap- ter's contest for Mr. and Miss FTA were highlights of this most successful year. is 'fv- "TQ" 01 ga' T Q . 2' ex. . rr b fm- , rs fw ' b X 1 - ? I T ll V 5 .Q t -.x N1 - ' 525. 3 ES- : 5, X Wil? - WF: R Q t hx X U I 56 Q 5 -fx in N-'63,,".v, H Ne w SX c -' 1 ,af- N- L. Front row: Ginny Smith, Zenna Smith, Loretta Tudor, Sarah Martin, Glenda Higgs, Elaine Woods, Linda Corner, Carole Stone. Row two: Linda Martin, Grace Newsom, Carolyn Chandler, Iudy Snow, Dawn Felts, Rosemary Phillips, Tempe Iackson, Peggy Webb, Sharon Robinson. Row three: Ann Capps Barbara Harrison, Hocilla Fuchs, Ierrelyn Huddleston, Ianice Lebow, Emily Brown, Mollye Morrow, Exa Clark. Row four: David Ellis, Gene Tomlin- son, Ken Tinsley, Varden Vincent, Nedom Muns, Dean Ohlhausen. Miss FTA and Mr. FTA of ACC-Karen Carlton and James Baker. f fe- -Hx -'-7 Wy, lrtowau' is n "Double Bubble, toil and trouble W. Shakespeare. English Charles Pittman Patti Roberts unravels the verbal mysteries of English is the basic tool in our communica- tion and understanding of one anotherp the goal of the English Department is to foster a basic understanding of the language and promote an appreciation of the literary arts. There is faculty interest in this goal in both local and national organizations, notably the Texas Conference of College Teachers of Eng- lish, of which Dr. James Culp is a director. Not pictured: Ken Rasco. Ernest D. Shelton Louise Irene Shults FISGS M.A., Memphis State M.S., Texas A.8t.M. M.A., University of Arka University Auth. ' .' j 2, . flj Qf'e-"7 s ,, 5' Ma' .. N "i ll ,. F ii . "'! .au 3' :5 T 6. Malcolm usrey Mimq Ann Williams .lerfy W. YClI'bl'0Ugl1 College .QQ is slim A-:Q-,- M-A-. TCXUS TeCl"n0l99lWl M.A., University of Texas B.A., Abilene Christian College ' rf ,, ,A i J sl l K nd' l I . .E ,,.. is V7 Ers- i l ls I li "x l Mrs. Elizabeth Beaty M.Ed., Abilene Christian College ' L. fp. . V. ,su X K if ' X SQA 1 X."1'-r""' Y gi, '-, ' Q . , I 22 xy , . r - """' uf ,- t ,f"'-fp. :el H+-NI. -5 , 'N' lfftfti'--1 Q as 5, V fltfyilg ', 'vc' L , frat' .f--f-,M .3 .Fil . fQ.,lt,f 55.1-1. " 1' 'Qi' : y2T'4,,fff-fri Xe... .-vi, . A, A, .5 - sg 'fb' ,R my iff' A fu.- : HY" 'N . stiff" ff-is ' iii ' -1 Dale E. Hesser Ph.D., University of Kansas 'ad 'fefuf Ben Frank Nelms M.A., University of North Carolina 'St .--'Tu' .,,,,? -Q. g 3- N! :Qs . . . 4 T ,, ' '1 1' fl l l lx 1 E Clara Mae Ellis M.A., University of Oklahoma N . ll ,rm ......-f Clinton F. Hurley Ph.D., University of New Mexico 6' f-'ff' lglll lyk 0 Zelma Ruth Odle Ph.D., University of Arkansas James W. Culp, Department Head Ph.D., Vanderbilt University -J' .Q----4'-' Z Pickwickians l t l by Miss Jewell Watson. Meeting twice a month, this club E consists of students interested in creative writing. They work The Pickwickian Club was established first in 1931-32 l toward excellence in this field by reading and criticizing one another's original works. By tradition the club pub- lishes some of its works each year. OFFICERS: Roy Davison, President: Warren Lewis, ' Vice-President: Ben Nelms, Sponsor. fSeatedl Cim Adams, Secretary. v... .K X if 1' X N , .K xt .Y X, .1 l ' .5 ,- , In QI:- 5, . J Seated: Cim Adams, Sue Hallmark, Barbara McMennamy, Angela Ferguson, Iody Renner. How two: Ben Nelms, Bob Silvey, Roy Davison, Wolf, Howard Moore, Bob Keyser, Robert Barrett, Warren Lewis, Elton Higgs, John Van Zandt. l46 -A Marine ,XXX r J. r, i x S 7 2 ,Q l ,,.... .1 5-Y .2 ,vm 'N-My ' ' :. Q 1 Q E .:,f4.5'bfw', 1.5 Q3-.11 ,dl 516144 A Front row: Miss Clara Ellis, Becky Purcell, Exa Clarlc, Gwen Walker, Lana Coker, Claudia Chambers, Glenda Gentry, Norma Hughes, Barbara Herrington, Margie Pool, Betty Letts, Iudy Brandon, Wanda Searcy, Carolyn Hearne. Row two: Dr. Iames Culp, Daniel Boone, Ioe Cash, Shirley Payne, Martha Roberson, Mary Sue Belew, Sondra Alley, Karen Carlton, Iune Turner, Bill Walton, Elton Higgs, Bill Spriqqs. 1 4 t if l ll .,l. OFFICERS: Judy Brandon, Reporter: Dr. lames Culp, Sponsor: Bill Spriggs, President: Wanda Searcy, Secretary. Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta, a national English honor fraternity, is interested in the appreciation of literature and the advancement of English. The local chapter meets once a' month to gain ideas through speeches and discussions that are of particular interest to the fraternity. 'Q t X 3. t H.-'1' xv' x N t t Y 1 ' , -, U ii , ' Q L fs'--1' Ft? 1 .64 :- ' 42 it . t, 1551 . g nit s f it kiw i f. V ' 'iiiit t +9 A 5955, z ""'9""""""N l-Yllafl Afledge Myrtle Bailey Burnya Moore M.A., Peabody College M.A., Texas Women'5 Universify M.A., Texas Women's University The aim of the home economic department is to prepare young women for the important position of homemaking and for the voca- tions which grow out of home-making activities. The courses are arranged to meet the needs of those students who desire a good foundation in the subjects relating to problems of the home: for those who wish to prepare themselves for teaching home economicsg for those who wish to enter commercial tieldsp and for those reg- istered in- other departments of the college who may choose courses in home economics as a part of a liberal education. X Marie Wilmeth, Department Head Ph.D., Kansas State Karen Steele cmd Dotty Whitefield hang drapes in the Adams Home Management House. - 1, , Qt 'gy'-,.-ws. -N-X SQ, l . f---r Q s- 1 I ' ' r'J"'JuJJJ"""'f""""" ty 'bf' Q ' :- - .- 5 ' ' si l '? ' .N ,at ,5 . . j , 5 ' X -si - t N, Q Ei it - it - 1 si' ' X 1 ' ' I 1 ir l l ii X 'I X t 5 X -'g : X , fi N3 . v X tai.. x st-3 , 3 , wif A 1 it ' x - 1 5 , - fswmi 'Q l 5 ' 'J f' l E - ' l i 3 - . g 5 3 5 f 5 E 1 ' ' ' t 5 I 5 1 V I M8 iq, Ellen H. Richards The Ellen H. Richards Club is composed of home economics majors and girls interested in the field. The club was established in 1916 by Mrs. G. C. Morlan to encourage and promote interest in home economics. Annual activities include a fall chili supper, an autumn picnic, a spring banquet, and the publication of a recipe book composed of the favorite recipes of exes, teachers, and friends of ACC. Bottom Row: Gayle Fine, Linda McPhaul, Nancy Crews, Mary Lee Taylor. Row 2: Darla Gloff, Carolyn Cunningham, Charlotte Clevenqer, Tonia Fisher, Ian Snell. Row 3: Norma Carden, Carol Caldwell, lane Adrian, Ginny Smith, Barbara Van Winkle. Row 4: LaWanda Osborne, Norma lean Ohlhausen, Linda Brown, Bennie Hester. Roy 5: Frances Hill, Sally Hartt, Mary Io Hartt, Norma McGraw, loan Bentley. Q Y, . l M. Ay.. xml -1 - t'fir1:gvi1'f:.:i. ella i C-7 OFFICERS: Bottom Row: Goldye Lewis, Vice-President: Stella Car- ver, President: Martha McClung, Secretary: Mrs. Myrtle Bailey Sponsor. Row 2: Marilyn Colby, Reporter: Dotty Whitefield Treasurer: Pam Ferguson, Food Chairman: Shirlie Smith, Historian Bottom Row: Ginger Coffman, Sharon McDonald, Maureen Knight. How 2: Marilyn Colby, Martha McClunq, Bobbie Heck. Paula Bray. Row 3: lay Dene Stone, Gay Morrison, Marilyn Caldwell, Ian Satterwhite. Row 4: Avanell Hill, Dotty Whitefield, loan Lucado, lo Riemenschneider. Row 5: Betty Holland, Charlotte Partain, Mary Lois Newhouse, Donna Gudeen. Row 6: Goldye Lewis, Iacquelyn Lucado, Gayleen Wilson, Stella Carver. S S ,""'l!e x I .syfs-if Y A x ji : . . kv, X A . ' T., b ' - A ..-. kiwi ' .,,- fs.: -- V :Est - IQVK Jawa.. , J., v ' 5 , ..-X ,. ,, - 5 -QL I-at. 's.,,,4-,psig CMN Tr-s...,,.-fz f'g'flL4.Z2:i.. Q I- .Tjj-- j Q..: ?::...:a.-A+. H 2 I ,-.,,g,-5-- " ' . . -r'f'::r1 - 'TEL-5-5-54-9 I I . V, - r- i l Q 11 b ' a l , W i , M f i. .sm 3- . :I E 4, . . 1' "HM . "' 4 V :"f: ijlif- L ' "tif Q ' ,, .. ,K ,wh mfffggi, 33.111 -QL., t ,. U V ,149 M'--1-W - 5i"'!F"h1! -'Q,.A 1: ., - ' i xg. 2i2f1f:::s:::,+1,z mfssus. H-it - " EE1lil.ifi'ti'1l3ittflssifllx iii fl - r 1 .v p-Q, . Q 1 f I: ,4,r!T..1 34' -- Ag N g . .ju fi Y '- w -r 5 ' 3 X .., g rt - -- -- 4 t. . f A x -l xiii. ' A 1? ' "'w-. . i'-1-QE i W A -Sf, A 5--YS: ' ,. :, ' 1 E I l: x c at S t ' 'rmf i' 1-:f:r.::'2:Q5ms i Y 3, Q 5x55.5.1::5.x-,ii--.3 fr -'-' - X 1 " 52: Y ' .'Z"?wE.E? SIT' V i 'N . ,ik Q1 wg.. .: :-.g., , . A 4 we V Iames Hutchins and Bill Dennis work on term projects in the industrial workshop. Industrial Education Delwm Williamson, Department Head Ed D U :versity of Missouri x x Y XX: - w x w N 'x QM .Ona-4' l1 . tr 1 EX :NN- 'JVM X .,-xx X. . s sf xi nh it F! Vt. 'XFX The Department of Industrial Education offers cur- ricula leading to the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in industrial education and to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education with a concentration in industrial arts. The Industrial Education Department serves several purposes: U preparing teachers of industrial arts for high schoolsp 2D training industrial workers in the areas of drafting, woodworking, and metalworking: 31 assist- ing students in developing hobbies: 4D providing general education of common tools and materialsp and 51 help- ing students appreciate the tremendous importance of skills in an industrial economy. Gerald Jackson M.S., Abilene Christian College 'wus 1 fi gf X ,, Xu x Xxw i I " NM: N K X N VN. NX 5 N 2: QQM -'55, X Bert E. Mosier M.l.E., University of Oklahoma xiii ' - - ic .fi 1 Qs? .E klgt, , 6'XX N s X' ERE N K x KX QR x c N cg J x XX XX A .- xxx Q X X Xx N Es X X X 1 X . - X .xx X .2 X Q tk ees,-ss s at -, ,. W . -, -U X 5 . x,-.Q ,-,Q I .1 ,,. ',.'v, ,ck -, -W, X V V? '-R Lifwi , 'Pkg Ut, QQEe?QQ'if'Xih3-EE ww: . QQXX -:-fn -2: :--v , r. ' H 3:65 5,5 'ex-' In-ld.. f Q Lu" 'Aw . 'A --- sa .W........,.-...-.w-.M..1....,,,,, ""-:-...,....v' 4 , ,gf 1-iriixfiii-Qian. . . ' ' - -.-T-M N9--.-K' jisssxxi Me'-.,1.,: x :lf9:.:i,..i . , r ,, ., , , . - Rf' "We got it our on time," beam Margaret jackson and Mary Wright, Hello Book workers. Journalism ACC's journalism department strives to give its stu- dents o well-rounded view of the field. Courses dealing with varied areas such as religious iournalism, magazine writing, and news reporting are included in the curric- ulum. Through laboratory work on the student publica- tions, students learn to apply theories learned in the classroom, and thus prepare themselves either for further education in the field, or for jobs d i r e c t I y upon graduation. Not Pictured: Samuel B l a c k w el I, and Reginald Westmoreland. Heber Taylor, Department Head Ph.D., University of Missouri i' Y tw NI, . t aw 75, ..lx,,,,., 1 va X. il, Q x.. ,Sc Pqiqggtr , Q:-1,- rv.. NW: . Etkvlfrf R552 -: ivy.. - 1'c-- -- Prickly Pear Staff r 113 fr Q . F I ll- ' xiii! IAF.-ff. in ,A lril " 'g .PK K.. jif- cl: as Z . 14:4 ' . ' Farsi! '- , rhq'-Y' ff- -J, ,- M! vfulgi R--3' ' L, .V ,M . 'frm 5 W,-,,.- . i , i l l s l Walton Bell, Ass'1' io Eclifor, Larry Beusfring, John Maxwell, ss: 5' ' 45: Z George Russell, Social Clubs Advertising Mgr. Photographer fist Semester! xi., - -S sa V ' A ' 5 A ii' .V.,, iiiii Janelle White, Stories, Gi"'1Y Smilhf Clubs: D H Don Herring, Rulers, 50llYe Ham, 5P0I"fS: or:-I aymes' Dan Jordan, Snapshois MUY Ann PEEPIESI Chilli- Umor 4.1. ' "i- 'Q . K. 1 - - wkugg X . ,K iq sr . N Na V- Slum!! , ?.,:,.?f ' Bill X - 14-1-1"-:rar-ff-W-nw:efsxrmrw ' -- Q X ,-.,.., : .. "him-::1: QTL--x'2f.y-.Q N: N MQ'-X 'I+' .. ,wg , Z1 web.: vs-1-A .. Q N '--.1-A - -Q: , . Belly Holland Margaret Jackson MCISSES Edif0r Rulers and Professorafe Editor nf T Q Martha Holden Kay Cqlernqn V.l.P.'s Edifor Games Edifqr 2 el .A- if 1,1 . ,agar ,fe Mike Fanning .llmmy D Roberts, Photographer l2nd Semester, Editor-in-Chief 1 . w Q' 36' l L -:4 . T943 ,. SHE ' ' 'uc-.4 ' x 1 t V -'P 4 A -s , J l X, x Peggy Scarborough, Masses, Cliff Yeager, Masses, Ann Brazzil, VlP's. S Betty Mathews, Carolyn Cunningham Copy Editors in-s-vm... -1... ...J Wanda Jdnice Patti Martha Mary .lo Hartt, Clubs, Glenda Nelson, Sports, Not pictured, Dave Ellis Snapshots, Janelle Shannon, Sports, Rebecca Hodges, Typist Janice Newell, Stories, Kathryn Harrington, Snapshots. 4 9 Donna Gudeen Mary Wright Snapshots Editor Index Editor P l A 'Ea' PTIMIST Published weekly except during summer vacations by tlle students of Abilene Cllristlln College. Subscription: One Dollar per year. Entered as second class matter, June 29, 1929, et the post office of Abilene, Texas, under Act of August 24, 1912. Address all communica- tions to The Optimist, Station ACC, Abilene, Texas. JAMES BATTS ,v,,...,, .,.,,,,,., - -.,,,,. ,,-, - -.,.--,,,-,,-,---,,,- E di tor BOB ARMISTEAD ...... ae.- ...........,,................. Business Manager CHARLES SMITH ..,,,, - ....,. ---a ..... - .... ---s .......---, Sports Editor Lynn Coleman ....,...,.........ee --- ......... Political Writer Jimmy Roberts .,..aa...,e...,,,..e.,..,,... ,,,,,.t,,....,.t.,,,,.,,,,,, P hotographer Harold Straughn, Bob Silvey ...--,,e,t,t,.,,.,,, - ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,-,-- Columnist Lana Coker .............................,.,,.....,. Assistant Business Manager Dr. Heber Taylor, Charles Marler ,,.....,..,.s,,,,,. - -,.,,--., - Sponsors REPORTERS: Jimmy Parsons, Jody Renner, Mike , Sonny Bateman, June TL1I'I'1'9fI', Eldon Newton, John Maxwell, Leland Olhausen, Sara J-ane Cave, Jim Maslbers, Cha-ries Steldiing, Don Haymes, Phyllis Bradsh-aw, Martha Holden, George Rreaves, and Royce Caldwell. l.u-wloq-JASQNEQQNOO , . .w,.:.,,, H if 15 v H , VA: ' . A . f. c jf, 1:1 t 'X .- -xx: ' X 1 Forming student opinion, campaigning and cru- sading for better student government, publicizing student activities on the campus-these are just a few of the primary obiectives of The Optimist, Abi- lene Christian College's weekly newspaper. Joined with other collegiate publications through- out the country, The Optimist is a leader in the fight for the last of the freedoms of the press-the right to report. Whether a story is page one, editorial, or sports, it is reported accurately and factually to the student body in order for it to read and arrive at con- clusions. The Optimist staff members-editorial and reportorial-gain valuable experience in the news- paper realm through publishing an objective account of campus life. 4' James Butts-Spring Editor , Dudley Lynch-Fall Editor Sl 1 ,..,T,.4., V, . w' imqlfz-Z Ei: '5FNilQ': 'V A M' " Yi?-Tx.. . . Yi wer' . - -V-. , v a..:',s X I rv "x-K5'Z':WS- z . i.M.N.,, xi ,rx ., S "" " ,f""' rf- ' X ' "V fig ' Q .5 'f' N f Ie - fm - 2 qt , -Y nfiilgxfr , L M ' fl -.,...f" X , :QI EQ . ..5fr- , X7 ff , E- ,I .ff T" ' pw . wi.-.K K., ' .W 5? fa x 5 ,x,. Jerry Hayes-Managing Editor -....-- 1 F 1 5? ia Bob Armisieud-Business Manager Pl'eSS Club The Press Club, a fusion ofthe staff members of cam- pus publications who have worked as much as sixty hours in journalism, was designed primarily to strengthen the bonds of 'Friendship among those who already had their work in common. The work the club does every year includes the Optimist, the campus newspaper, the Prickly Pear, the yearbook, the Hello Book, a campus directory, and the yearly Pessimist, published especially for April Fool's Day. However, the activities of the club are not composed completely of work, each spring there is a "victory celebration" which consists of a banquet, with the presentation of awards to outstanding mem- bers of the club, and inspection of the new edition of the yearbook. OFFICERS: George Russell, President: Mike Fanning, Vice-President: Kay Coleman, Secretary. Front row: Glenda Nelson, Betty Mathews, Donna Gudeen, Martha Holden, Betty Holland. Row two: James Batts, Dan Iordan, Kathryn Herrington, Iana Shannon. Row three: James Foster, Walton Bell. Not pictured: Carolyn Cunningham, Don Haymes, Harold Straughn. "ii ii'ii" ' F Q if lgiiflfll ""'i""i' 'l'iiii E g , -. it 5 Y '13 "'f TX' Quadratic equations hold no terrors for Derrell Wall and his trusty slide rule. Mathematics 81 Physics Marcus Evans Mullings, Department Head Ph.D., University of Cincinnati r.- r.. Q B .-.. 4 , :li if li .f lx l'-r f 1 AV r lx ., ,iw A l A I ACC offers courses in mathematics sufficient for the Bachelor of Arts degree with a math maior, the Master of Arts degree with a math major, the Bachelor of Science in Education de- gree with math as the area of concentration, and a math minor for any other bachelor's degree. 1-f-. 4. .- 'YES Q, uv James C. Bradford Mrs- A- Z- HUY5 Ph.D., University of Oklahoma M-5-I Texas TeCl"'10l09lCUl College S. E. Mckeynolds, Jr. W00dWUl'd R0bbiI1S W. C. Sikes M.A, University of Texas M-A-I Ul'liVel'SifY of Texas M.A., University of Colorado t ef-VV f x 1 f ,feb "W . . ' 4 V as ' 1 gi. .1 mit-4, . S595-f?11r'.zsz'fE, ,JH Y-fikiikiw 'inf Modern Language In addition to the usual teaching program, the teachers in the Modern Languages Department are mem- bers of various professional organizations of the state and nation. A very special service is the constant contact with members of the church in various countries of the world, especially of those in which the languages taught are spoken. Related to this service is much "beyond-the-call- of-duty" w o r k in h e l p i n g prepare missionaries linguistically. Iotation of Greek tragedy writers enthralls modern language students Royce Money The exp and Gerald Wall. 1 .1 479- "t2d"""' J. W. Treat, Department Head Ph.D., University of Texas .. , .- -, v -V 'A ' f S .. 1 s xx A 5 , . l-Z'sfw4Q6:J s., wg, . g gi 'N .g :IFS MII.. f i t fz E1 1 T:5:1:-f"ii f. I Reiner Emil Kallus B.A., Abilene Christian College ,N ,.- Q, rf ills HI -,ff L. Haven Miller M.A., George Peabody College f' r f Q 1 I, V If D ll 5 Mrs. Mina Coleman M.A., Wayne State University Erwin H. Daugherty A.Ecl., North Texas State T2 , .- -Qi xl?-'nr CJ! Douglas E. Fry M.Mu.Ed., Southern College of Fine Arts .rl sg . QF. gif: -5, . . S . 2 1? t in Wg' M. l. Daniels M.Ed., Abilene Christian College f x 5, ,tx -f -..x iff' t, .,,, x, K .fr - I Ax X .,,. b A : ' - 'b X, Q kw,,5 Nl Mrs. Dewey Davis M.Mu.Ed., Hardin-Simmons University ffm -- s X f ff r, ' ' - . J J . .:i?5ffv"" 0 , L Vernon Moody M.M.E., North Texas State College O .-is I :emi . ?, - . N 1 r 4.-105 ..-n 1---. vt'- f"Q -v-'V-gf' f":"".f "fini 7, , 'A 45. 16.1 'Mr- J. f Wet reeds and mellow notes are nothing new to Ed George and Sherry Gray, members ot the ACC marching band. Music To develop the students artistically, to make a def- inite contribution to the cultural life of the college, the community, and the Southwest, to prepare its students to teach music effectively in school and studio, to provide talented students who desire to enter the performance field with thorough preparation is the four-fold purpose of the Music Department. Students may elect either o degree of Bachelor of Music Education or of Bachelor of Arts with a maior in applied music. Not pictured: Mrs. Forrest Tipton, Rollie Blondeau. - Leonard Burford, Department Head Ed.D., Columbia University auf 'Q' Center row: Ida Brown, Claudia Chambers, rat George, Alta Wright, Iayleta Glaze, Barbara Roberson, Genelle McCalla, Ann Patterson, Mary Lee Taylor, Mary Alice Duncan, Monta Groves, Ian Powell. Row two: Ann Litton, Colette Kilgore, Iudith Brannan, Sue Maxwell, W. I. Buchanan, Sandy Ramsey, Kyle Bagby, Dwayne Brown, Nolan Paul, Ann Parrish, Carolyn Freeland, Sandra Hanna, Leta Albritton, lan McKnight, Kyle Ellison, Gary Dennis, Glenda Fowler, Kay Maples, David I-luddle. Row three: lean Lucado, Jacqueline Lucado, Ierry Eotf, Sherry Gray, Iudy Ritchie, Phil Wilder, Iohn Williams, Peggy Coers, Huthie Orr, Virginia Reynolds, lean Noble, Richard Davis, Dorothy Davis, Bill Whitefield, Jimmy Masten, Charles Trayler, Frank Foster, Barbara McMennamy, Brenda Terry, limmy Tribble, Io Anne Ledbetter, Wayne Williams, Gary Tuttle, Dewain Rhodes, Don Davenport, Doug Young. Row tour: Harold Brown: Kenneth Brown, Gwynell Walker, Joe Van Roberts, Rheuanna Robinson, Clinton Smith. Th e B ig THE' EMBERS-Doug Young, Kay Maples, Kyle Ellison "The band with a sound" is made -- up of serious musicians. Coming from many states, forty or fifty all- state musicians make up a big part of the band. They are from every field of study. However, many do come to study music and music edu- , cation. Many are on various types of scholarships and have their names listed on the honor roll each semes- ter. Each year approximately sixteen students of the college prepare them- selves to become band directors and numerous others prepare to teach music. David Brown, Ierry Watson, Linda Adams, Phyllis Triplett, Ann Gilmore, Charmaine Dodson, Sue Rummel, Sylvia Loudermilk, Cornelia Cook, Ioe Cash, Ed George. Row five: Larry Latson, Ben ny Haddock, Tommy Lyons, Delvin Sparks, D w ayn e Bish op , Ioe Ferrara, Earnie Cadro, Janelle Rice, Gordon Fish, Michael Mahan, lack McKay, Earnest Maxwell, Doyle Iennings, Maurice Cornelius, lim Stigers, Paul Wallace, Bennett Hutchinson, Ronald Mllier, Lynn Tankersley. Row six: Ianet Llewellyn, Tom Bedichek, john Watson, Ioe Bailey, Tony Roden, Paul Merchant, Jimmy Lamb, Larry Hutchins, Lloyd Holland, Lawrence Watson, Robert Fish, Iames Baker, Ronnie McBride, Mike Black, Terry Frazier, Iames Taylor, Ioella Rose, Sylvia Thorp, George Trewitt. Purple The 130-member Big Purple, under the Clll'eClI0fl of Douglas E. 'il:eSSOl"' MAIORETTES-lda Pearl Brown, Ruth Orrf Drum Major, Gwynneth Curtis Fry, presented the works of its own arranger, M. L. Daniels, and other . leading composers, throughout Tex- -.fl 9 as, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Ken- x. ,- tucky. The band has played for Q ,,-as audiences in New Mexico, Louisiana, hp ., 7. oklahoma, and old Mexico. nl' , 1 x 1 To the band members, Abilene , -V ,X Christian College is more than a A '-.,. - - f place for the dissemination of infor- sl F mation and knowledge. Testifying to its success in the fulfillment of the 'V,.- 5.9- college's purpose, the "Big Purple" ,Xfi- Band with its allied studies is pre- "" WIA :lf Q, paring s tu d e n t s for abundant Christian living. ff." X, xlft xx uwx M ,N 9.- I Na F Af. vw K A -...N e... v.-.. . file, ...Q ' " 'fue V I is , Q5 1 ,,, I ' tg 1 K from Edmond, Gklahoma, was elected '60-'61 Sweetheart of the Big Purple in a f' mid-winter election. Sandy is a two-year I 1 if member of the organization and is clarinet section leader. Her presentation was made qc ,..4 ,IQQW to the public at the annual spring musical, f?"'sst,..Qi,.L,i.A.: "The Big Purple in Concert Rhythm." ""4'f-ra-ML... ' fix V... t N.. L .ww .x.tk5.g 4 ' if: .1 3 X S 1 Sandy Ramsey, iunior psychology maior "'-' .---. ., :cc Q. -' "M 'r' M .. t ,W wa, sv rf... .-....,,,,w rd-t..,, s-,ff wi 1 . fg',f 'i is .4 Q .. .,...... jx X W t-'-s- --... . fs - "' .- 'ww fl- 4,-. ILT, S B a n d -1 S w e e t h e a rl L fl my .m..,.. .sf. 1 r ...-.-.,. V win! Q- b E. V- K V 5 ..gVQ3.t-,:- . l "E SWEETHEAHT-Sandy Ramsey Ensembles BRASS SEXTET - Tommy Lyons WOODWIND QUINTET-Don Davenport, Ann Litton, Kyle Ellison, Sandy Ramsey, Kay Maples. Wallace, james Baker. , s bel- .L.e:..... 1: s XX, .. 'S I. ly. -W: cv , -. fs.- ,. .Y 'N gy Yr T 4 ,lpn :EW H-x . it wt ,X X X Q K Nffifi Front Row: Iudith Brannan, W. I. Buchannan, Ed George, David Huddle, Kyle Ellison. Row Two: Paul Wallace, Lynn Tankersley, Maurice Cornelius, Bennett Hutchinson. Row Three: Charles Trayler, Tony Hoden, loe Van Roberts, Harold Brown, Dwayne Bishop, Iohnny Harper. Dwayne Bishop, Dan Davenport, Charlie Trayler, Paul Stage Band Musicians from the Concert Band make up the Stage Band. This band acts as a lab for those stu- dents who are interested in participating and writing for this style organization. In addition to this, they furnish entertainment for various campus musical programs. Many of the men are studying to be band directors. The Woodwind Quintet is made up of better musicians from the band and orchestra. lts purpose is to perform music of a more serious nature. The Brass Sextet consists of outstanding members of the brass sections of the band and performs varied styles of music. i A . T l is W 'i lt T 1 gl l 1 l l l l 4 E l 1 l is ti T, E E E E 1' 3 a-fx s. rf? , li Row l: Carolyn Lewis, Tom Hayes, Lo Retter Tudor, Iayletta Glaze, Alta Wright, Ann Litton, Manta Groves, Erwin Daugherty, Ann Watson Roy Bark ley, Marty Carter. Row 2: Eldon McDaniels, Paul Kelly, ludy Strange, W. I. Buchman, Sandy Ramsey, john Williams, loe Reminshnerder lan Mc Knight, Kyle Ellison, Gary Dennis, David Huddle, Roberta Hash, Kyle Bagby. Row 3: james Tribble, lay Roberts, Mary Lee Taylor, Genelle McCallah Cornelia Cook, Barbara Harrison, Dwaine Rhodes, M. L. Daniels, Dwayne Bishop, Gary Tuttle, Don Davenport, Ruanna Robinson, Benny Haddock Paul Wallace, Lynn Tandersly. Row 4: Mike Black, Tony Roden, Tom Bedichelc, Lloyd Holland, Charles Traylor, janet Llewellyn, Ed George Iudrth Brannan Orchestra "Fessor" Fry has been conductor of the ACC symphony orchestra for two years. This year the 50-piece orchestra toured' the Plains area of Texas during the mid-winter season. Several concerts were, also, given in Abilene throughout the year. CONDUCTOR: Douglas Fry -L..l"'l"Q-'1 1 l: 17111. .l'11- 1 711 Choralaires Choralaires are now chosen on a basis of competitive audition. They sing for the love of music and the plea- sure they derive from singing. This year the group h a s given several fine performances under the capable direction of Mr. Rollie Blondeau, a new member of the music' faculty. Conductor: Mr. Rollie Blondeuu OFFICERS: Maurice Peeples, Vice-President: Martha Holden, Secretary: Triena Dot- son, Treasurer: Billy Bob Iohnson, President. Bottom Row: june Herod, Triena Dotson, Beverly McMi11ian, Nancy Guggolz, Ruby Ballow, Ann Litton, Xanna laclcson, Sheila Rankin, Melissa Starnes, Linda Holt, Bonnie Burson, Diane Damron. Row 2: Edwenda Schneider, Patti Roberts, Roberta Hash, Peggy Curry, Ann Stewardson, Nancy Uzzel, Glynda Dixon, Io Ann Campbell, lanis Young, lerry Palmer. Row 3: Martha Holden, Ann Watson, Valenda Virgin, Linda lsgitt, Linda Scudder, Billy Bob johnson, Maurice Peeples, Gary Vertz, Paul Hastings, Deanna Kirlc, Ann Brazzil, Carolyn Scott, loella Rose, Shirley Campbell. Row 4: Phillip McCoy, lohn Van Zandt, Larry Vinther, Pete Neal, Danny Fry, lohn Todd, Farrell Murray, Edward McLeod, Wayne Chapman, Chester Harville, Robert Barrett, Stanley Murray, Leland St. john, Gary Thomas. ' --vi i Q V ... ,, f nr- Fl rx. "I .3 I 3 ' '. Q ' i , . . 1 ,1 N K.,-A The big event of the year for the A Cappella Chorus was a tour of the West Coast arranged by Alumni Director, Bob Hunter. Included in the tour was a two day lMarch 28, 291 re- cording session with Pat Boone, the results to be distributed nationally on the Dot label. Hollywood was also the scene of a Q concert held in the Shrine Auditorium on the last day of the 1 Pepperdine College Lectureship. The 66 voice chorus was selected from approximately 240 who auditioned in the fall. The majority of those in the chorus are not music maiors. Director Vernon Moody is a 1957 gradu- ate of North Texas State Teachers College in Denton, Texas. . 3 - Director: Vernon Moody l 1 A it 2 l? l , . ,HR X -5 X x ,,,.Ms-fx, X. .- - - X - sr . . x X ,Q ,-,...NX r V Nlfi' . 'ml' 'X Q A B ' Xzfssx. 5 xvelgligxeffwtd' ' L 1 pmt-ffvi-r -f- Row one: Iudie De Foor, Di Ann L'Roy, Carol Croson, Sheila Cowley, Linda Bassett, Sue Dalzell, Jan Cothran, Iudy Swofford, Becky Setliff, Martha Gwen Bruce, Norma Balch, Lynne Yadon, Pat Wynn, Ioan Titlow, Millie McCutchan, Virginia Brack. Row two: ludy Kelley, Stella Carver, Nancy Hobbs, Angela Ferguson, Margaret Woods, Glenda Higgs, Norma Bishop, Mary Lois Newhouse, Carla Spain, Carolyn Wallace, Doris Newhouse, Rosaile Roe, Danny Warden, Roger Helgeson, lack Shupe, Wayne Eitzen, Doug Sikes, Dan Danner, Max Harper, Nick Grivas, Dick Dalzell, Dan Watkins, Charles vin, Everett Masters. Row four: Bob Medford, Roger Hall, Warren Lewis, Gary Hatfield, Don Taylor, Hall Triplett, Bob Smith, Allan Lewis, Ervin Bis- Rodney Spaulding, Tommy Turner, David Hughes, Don Wilmeth, Max Nigh. X wp mm. . ., , x s ibfxd .QMJZQMZ ki 4? C7 OFFICERS: Dick Dalzell, President: Tommy Turner, Vice- President: Doris Newhouse, Secretary. 4- SECTION LEADERS: Allan Lewis, Bass: Roger Helgeson, Tenor: Lynn Yadon, Soprano: Sue Dalzell, Alto. I .., .... ,xw.X wb Burleson, Clovis Ann Terry, Cim Adams, Gail White, Kay Howard, Patty Alley, Lu Clair Kilgore, Davie Herring. Row three: Stelding, lerry Carr, Lloyd Iones, Gary Col- hop, Dick Ballow, Bill Rogers, Mike Mathis, MEN'S QUARTET: Ralph Eitzen, Tommy Turner, Charles Stelding, Dick Dalzell, Cl Aa- Cu ev' , 'Q..L WOME'N'S SEXTET: Row one: Pat Wynes. Row two: Iudy Swotlord, Iudith Kelly. 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' fl. - -.. .- 5 -N ' ,.-wg, 'vq , , :N K ' ' ,- lim i-QS' '1 ' . -e Q 5 ' 1.4 -. ,, -. -fti,--A " -5 s., Qi- .. f Ei 'fm "YM n"E:?SlQl'rte5'5if1x1.-'st-.. 5? ,wt-'-its-2,-r'1 Clie? iii. ,gmt-ff. x l l i Determination rules on the field while these boys play touch football. 1 V it ' Q ,ft 1 l The Health, Physical Education, A 1 and Athletics Department sponsors gg 1 intercollegiate contests and a va- ' ' ' A -if l y riety of intramural activities, as well . ' -"1 as conducting regular classes. -X Q - - Not pictured: D w a y n e Hart, , X f Ed ucatlon , and Ath Ietlcs Chaim-an of Division of Physica' f- Education, Mr. Nutt, Mrs. Nutt, Mr. l - ' Marshall, Mr. Hirth. . ' , ' A Joyce Curtis 1. B.S., North Texas State it College 5 A. B. Morris, Department Heocl B.S., Texas A.8nM. College 1 5'--c t -f all . ' f f i'1-Q --- , X f :..l'i , limi. ll I- 'S' - Q " 3 Oliver Jackson Bill McClure X - ' M.Ecl., North Texas State M.Ed-, Hardin-Simmons gg ,hh 21 5 College University .R . . c M.Ed., Hardin-Simmons M.Ed., North Texas State "Vi-ev 'S' University ' Guy Scruggs N. I.. Nicholson College 33 Tr' , --axes., 5 J, Jerry Mullins M.Ecl., Abilene Christian College Lester Wheeler M.Ecl., Abilene Christian College G5 Me" Rvws- Flying Cats Thirteen is a lucky number for the Fly- ing Cats as their members have swelled to thirteen. ACC's famed tumbling team are ex- t pert at everything from trampoline work to tumbling on mats, and from work on the high bar to the high-flying rings. These jump and tumble artists showed their wares in appearances in and around Abilene. OFFICERS: Jerry Smith, Treasurer: Iimmy D. Roberts, President: Phillip Savage, Vice-President. 5 K 4 K r T? 1 K ui ., X 'tl Khalsa i I LX x y gs l c i M, .gy , Q gl -if sl, ' R ' V' if Q,f'.,Q,'.l.Q23:.'.lQ.'7lE:i':T ' "'t ' -.':-. if ffifif' ' 1 '.,' I V - -sv. Gary Thomas, Ioe McCIung, Roy G. Kelly, Chester Harwell, Richard Howe, Stewart Childre, Clowns: Roger Helgenson, Danny Warden: Bob lfVillinqham, Ierry Smith, Phillip Savage, jimmy . D. Roberts, Danny Colvin. .er - . 1 r 1 W. Earl Brown, Department Head M.A., University of Colorado Social Science i i it i t Q U7 it L I i 'xr Q, s . five 'ga-' . if it ..w"'l K0 X 5 I Mrs. Henry E. Speck, Jr. i M.A., Southwest Texas State Teachers College l Loren Thompson M.A., University of Delaware fi' 1-Us .nf , HWS . , , X f --1: .1-C 2' r , ff if ' 'A Q-, -ff A , ...Ne lr L ig-. time Ralph A. Smith Ph.D., University of Texas Lester Wheeler M.Ed., Abilene Christian College litig- 4 gyms- , ...M wx ss , T3 go V was ,wg 'UN' xr B, P, Ggllgwgy Edna Sue Herzog M,A,, Norfh Texas Sfqfe -M.A., Vanderbilt University College The Social Science Depart- ment conducts courses in his- tory and government. The department gives three de- grees: The Bachelor of Arts, the Bachelor of Science in Education, and the Master of Arts. It is the aim of the department to give its stu- dents an understanding of the various races and groups of mankind. il . . A.,- , ' Q- ess.. fir...-4 B. Frank Rhodes Ph.D., University of California The world's problems could not be solved more efficiently than by Dick Hallum and Wilbert Williams as they discuss the details of a history paper. Q. .FT 1: P J' 'mill' -all! 've-, ., ..,., v.... .. - - -.., . .M , . S 'k1.,,,in,Fg.:..... .,,. ' V 1 S, K it r'-li .. Vx. it i , z - , 'vc' ' -A 'fame-Q-fa:..?e: l a .fi v . rl X. tr,-.pig 'Q 3 cl "i 2. ? ' -1 ,EES 1' Q .V .. .271-l 'xgk Qi t .i M .1 . ,- n : ,,' - ' Q " " it mf , . l11..1it,,5,x.i X. .,.,...,Mf ju, ep- :3 . ,fu . a'-A' ' Q--fflfj' Qgiqf Fifiaf' D, I, .ac :ZF P-: VYHQS' A i ll Q.. 325 1, tlsglll is Qewl. WFS? -' -l Psychogalvanometer-that is the machine's name. The people- are Vivian Davis and Dr. Max Leach who are experimenting with a form oi Jie-detector equipment. Dedicated to the end of helping stu- Psychology Max Leach, Department Head Ed.D., University of Colorado ' ':, m l: ' , , v i !-I I. '- ul . '... 1 : 5 ,ggi . 'N dents make a better life for themselves, the Psychology Depertment has three specific aims in view. l. To show the re- lationship between practical Christianity and human behavior. 2. To enable a per- son to live a more personally satisfying life through self-understanding. 3. To help a person achieve more vocational satisfaction th r o u g h proper human relations. ,wail .. I 1 , ,im o'gj2.g,.-ft-4 'W -, ' 'fb '-' -'34 GRC , 5,4 ' D, 1 1 i N 1 X, 1 X' I xii 'i'3il:i'Tffi .. ll : .a,f.-H-1t,,Y,. -Z' W W '. XM .V . H ,Y . xt s 1 W l .. v az . 1.93, AA. ' x " .f.ln24.,"S fs. - ,. '?'l5i'iXE'Qffl5E'f!'I- -fi Q3 . S,1,,.zM. Qgftlgfjax 5 cw 4 xi. was K . i ..., A.. ..,,v V,-,i N, J. av + 4 xx a J L M -s v z , All "X 4, v Qui ' 5 ,f ,M . , , my r',,.. - Q 2, , Ng.-rig Cqmpbell William Fryer Robert Whitaker Ed.D., University of Colorado M.A., Columbia University M.A., Hardin-Simmons University l7l ne,ka.s-J-Yuihetfh -- f"" ,. ,git YL 4? fe i K 1 53S , 'F' -Io , l3'f i ,, , 4 'li Tommy Turner Dick Craig Vivian Davis 1 g,-,Pg W' ' M "" President Vice-President Secretary . Q7 ,.,,, - .1 V - Q, ,M - ' ' "A-.L ev ,,- ...L- -var" 'ihffl Y J his ,,,.xiu 1' L., ,, - I . InPSYders' homecoming display. lnPS elf' K . lx 1-:yi cs' r 4' ' , J by -. H.. 1 1' vs f. :Z 1, .f V 5 h tk J F T x 111,324 . iQ,T,'-'g'.- ,wtf ,. x -. .. -1 ,. ,X - aww' , :gg ',.'1l, .'. 1. . Cim Adams gm J ,,,. 5 ' .. ai. 4' Barbara Brown . N - -Q " l - 'cj -ffl' -. , . ' ,I A ' I . Vg Q-nr ,rl 'lfsv Q, ', . . . xslt. . 3.11: ' - ,I'ffl.1?flll i:4ff Triena Dotson if c -35 2. NTT 5, '::IT' A.-'G ,sv K ' -A ' :S .l Til f- 1523 15' ' - ,.,.""i.ff! ' 1 gel . , .. .,4. AA., James Hickman .H , N .. 1 ,VER .FK - Na, .. ue N Q ew. 1, ,Q V nv 3 1..'- 'X 41' Wk it , is ew 3, el .dh INCH. The field of psychology is the youngest of the sciences, therefore, there is much to explore and to learn. lt is this fact, coupled with a true love of people, that inspires more and more of the students at ACC to become interested in psychology each year. InPSYders is an organization to promote and stimu- late this interest, and to help its members to learn to aid those who will need mental care in the coming years. .s fx , f'7 .M K xc.. ...A , "' ly :' I - Ziff t' -. ?'. l l Patty Alley .fs .A . -s ,tx Q N 9 q v 1.4:-1 pf 3 Nr- . f , Jolene Burton linda Farrell mg 761' Qiiff Howard Hodgson Carol Baker "'xx Y ge. six' X l 'TSN l W' .g X X Kay Carithers ' xg- , 'D gi A NNWSW ' Frank Foster ,,w'N"'X 5 f' V A ,ew N lx: T .QW l ,S 'sf' L::1L..,, 5' viifi Donna Hague - ,K l ' y 'Je M Q1 ja ff 4 'X lol .. .. ...Af , :P uff ' 'M - 1 'irq' Stanley Baker Linda Bassett N0rI'I1G Bishop 1 1 l-fi v-3, -, ff 'A vb N x - we .Q . .4 au is gl .,,, ,,e,, f .N fc N fy - N.-i-so ,, Q A 1 fl SNA' XW' X" 'vi , xllqg . wk - I D .-siT?f'N2iiSll.-"'f5rf1 iff'-"" ' QS wel ' ' -V 1, 1 'K N' .gil -"- 1133 Ed Casey Mary lou Clevenger Fred Cupell Edna Dallas we --ix f, 3' .Q 'R me t .I U X N.. 1 ,Irv . ref", Darla Gloff N 1. . , ur aa .Mb xx f Glen Hamilton l ws Davie Herring . 5. Xml.: "Na, h 'X -K -Q34 5 .sg K: wrt . I s ,, egf V " i f WAGE. x ' ,Q Z' flvlast, . J Ji Af .Chi A ww. Q ill. Ml. Melba Jones John Keyser Janiece Kimbell Jackie Hickman J x in X. . x sg Q. Norma Lemley GX 'tJ..A Don Fenner Dr. Max Leach William Fryer Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor Ydel'S Every fall and spring, the lnPSYders take a trip somewhere in the state or in a nearby state to visit a point of interest in psychology. An annual get-to- gether and the building of a homecoming display are two of the club's activities. The homecoming display won one of the top honors for the second straight year. x-19 , 'Xen -.. ff'k fl he Marion Oates vin i Joe Van Roberts Nicky Robinson ws' ' "f"Fi lklf l 0 ,'-qv . . -3- wer ,bf i X , l 0 ,Q ...,V. Betty Spain Fay Stephens A, . main, f ' , - N K1 I V ..., , Y if -2 - 'ii M I , Y A. MJ ..k ,- , ,Qu v K ' fha ' .' U t 45.1.4193 , fe-' " L, ' , JFJR'-N "L, B, TA' ur. I"' Darrel Varner Sandra West .-n - . ,V ga., L V i' cg? X .J-1 lil, Q - s x . . gs .- "' . , -V-4: .4-ffm ' 'x Q Norma Ohlhausen -7 X., K. Q .M J FG U J A i :SLS lf . I, .lan Satterwhite fs .935 W' ,Q :.:' A X 'w C-4' s . Roger Tate W 1 0 5 X -- i' Cindy Willison - fr.-ss, A xfl p. 'WY fa , Tom Oliver 5435 731' D N 5k . , is i Don Schultz of x,,' , ref" su. Q . .Ik 'r-T -5 .. ' X ' , TN ,t s .f Vivian Thomason fa rw-. J, e 1 Y. , ' l rw. Jim Womack ' I , N 'R' S' "'. if' K 10 X. x... .qX.u...Yl' , Y I E Aw, id Martha Lloyd v Dig? ,X , -3 s 'QS " 3445 ' I .361-5 ix. ff :Sw I .'9',,!f., 295515 C5 4 ffl..-,T ,.'.,.55.ll pf,-Lfv, itll? Fit' E1 -3,4 -rv H .1 1 .4-. A Y .ga Ray Miller KT: .vm New Bal: Pirtle .. -, -" I-3- A ., 'ss Myrna Shirley Q' 'V , L 'Pee . N ,Q . 23, K 'rl' -I tv, t K S . , ,,...., 3 1 i Jess Massey 15. Es" If Bill Molson 2 4 is .q, ,'5'- ig-ff Sandy Ramsey .Q 'J 444, 1 N- - -I fs Jan Shollenlaarger , ssc as-, A. , K iff : "f" A George Trewitt John Turner fi? Audrey Wright Jimmy Yates .ff Q. '- ..-Q :Q 'N ...X , . -if ve x,-. 5 . .xg Brenda Meneer FEE 5 541 9 S 111 f :TS ' 1 LZ, 5 .0 X' Marilyn Debermett 1:--9 Jerry Riggs Janie Smith vo. N i '24 I ' as. 41 .iih --5. i.. 9 f is Betty Varner J.-1-,xg T?' ' if Q 3? Q: , Ar WT" . g, ,X f iff! l Teresa Smith -X... ,u..',Q w...,.........-lv" ,fr ' Q Q 3, lg! l .A ..,wg,:r 4,5f,igg'f,. ,5' 13 x ll t Nfl 'fi - :Qtr-fi.. . X X f ,, ii! I-, I - - 7 X f" V 2 1-1 - , '-' 1 'X 1 f'-:xv-' ,' K K ., .5 ...mam ' R ' l -1 f i "' si s. "K, ' ' f':. Wh- 1"-' ff Q lg ' in ep., ,L is .fs f ll . 3 l N. if r Tifg-. of .i ' 13,1 1 1 sl 3 X is . r L it 'ii . V 5 il Fred J. Barton Mrs. Irma Cleven er Charles Coleman 9 Ph.D., University of lowa Ph.D., University of Oklahoma M.A., Wayne University . ,.- . 'W . K ' fm 6. s L . f V v- t . ' X it -5' mv -' 9' ' xi e .- W. . f-' . gf -sq l in 1 i V QE l 4 N ? i 5 ' l ff! Q 1 5' qi l A Q Rex P. Kyker, Department Head Ph.D., University of Florida Lowell G. Perry Mrs. Monte McGinty Chapin Ross Ph.D., Northwestern M.A., University of Oklahoma M.A., Abilene Christian L University College I .. , .Ir .s cdgvg' will J.. . 1 2' 5 The Department of Speech at ACC offers the Bachelor of 'i" . ., , ' l Arts degree, the Master of Arts degree, and the Bachelor of ' 1 Science in Education degree. xy .,x. J l A varied program in forensics, theater, homiletics, public L ,t l address, speech therapy, speech education, radio and television, is 1 and oral interpretation is offered by the department. ' -' 5 l A signal honor for the debate program this year was an 5' ' i invitation to debate selected topics over a state television hook-up. 'i ff 'li Not pictured: Ed Brown, Frank Morris, Mrs. Rex P. Kyker. explains the procedure. Mrs. Jayne Whitaker M.A., University of Southern California Houston girls, Doris Thompson and Samie Nell Friery gain information about television equipment in the radio-TV production studio as Chapin Ross A A ,X its Es N . gy S 5 s X Pi Kappa Delta The National Speech Fraternity on our cam- pus is Pi Kappa Delta. This fraternity is devoted to the furtherance of the speech crafts-prim cipally debate. Membership is determined by intercollegiate debate experience. The annual project each year is the sponsoring of the Abi- lene Christian College Speech Festival. 'x OFFICERS: Bob Coleman, Vice-President: Paul Forshey, Sponsor: Blenus Wright, President: David Young, Secretary-Treasurer. Kneeling: Bob Coleman, Donald Wright, Richard Reynolds. Sitting: David Young, David Balch, Terrell Reagan, Lynn Coleman, Paul Forshey, Saul ll.L.l Bernstein, Bob Baker, Blenus Wright. Not pictured: Eli Borden. fr L ' M Irhun w,,,m ,V... A l 5 il ii , I76 ,1 46 Rqgn, vs. lv Seated: Sonny Bateman, Sue Humel, Sarah Yarbrough, Barbara Brown, Kay Howard, Peggy Ward, Nancy Swanson. How 2: Bryant Reeves. Don Wal meth, Floyd Odom. OFFICERS: Don Wilmeth, President: Peggy Ward, Secretary: Floyd Odom. Vice-President. . i l .lj I: A l 3 ! Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega, Zeta Alpha cast, is the chapter of the national honorary drama fraternity on the campus of Abi- lene Christian College. Its membership is chosen from those of Melpomeneans who have consistently achieved true artistry in acting andfor production. In order to be chosen, one must have done merito- rious work in at least five major produc- tions, with experience in a minimum of three separate fields. In addition, one must manifest a co-operative attitude and initiative in the production of the plays. 3 A-mn. 14" 'W' 1 K' .c....1 , The wood-burning stove from the ploy, "I Remember Mama," serves as backdrop for OFFICERS: Nancy Swanson, Secretary- Treasurer: Don Wilmeth, President: Floyd Odom, Vice-Presidentf Sue Hummel, Reporter-Historian. Melpomeneans Melpomenean Players is a merit organization which represents drama on the ACC campus. Apprenticeship in this organization is granted to any student who wishes to work on maior productions. When a member partici- pates in three major dramas in two different fields, he is accorded full membership. These members then have the main responsibility in acting and production crews. Their purpose is to further theater activities on the campus of ACC. 1 l l Bottom Row: Bryant Reeves, Allan Lewis, Barbara Brown, Nancy Swanson, Margie Pool, Kay Howard, Glendolyn Warwick, Max Harper,. Row 2: Peg Ward, Don Wilmeth, James Taylor, Lina Corner, Sue Hummel, Iune Turner, Angela Ferguson, Ronnie McBride, George Stewart, Leonard Boyll, Marty Carter, Nolan Paul. Row 3: Sonny Bateman, Marilyn Schulze, Sarah Yarbrough, Robert Barrett, Floyd Odom, Hall Triplett. i l l ii li l ll 4 ri N l l l f l l i i if I, ii 's ,lr Ili 1. 18, ii wr i i x F E, gi 1 I lit th, i 2 ,i, Wi E l A '63 -'i L 4. T ar-:eq1'-assi-Lws1:-'eff--1'wifi-znzfe-f--E-1----L-4-M-A'M " ' ,fi f"N The Homecoming bonfire finds the KACC Mobile unit on the job. KACC KACC, the "Voice of Abilene Christian College," is the campus radio station, comparable in function to any commercial radio station anywhere in the country. The broadcasting day of the station begins at 9:55 a.m., when the station broadcasts the first chapel service. The station then signs off until 5:00 p.m., when it presents a variety of music, news, and weather, until midnight. During special events on the campus, such as the building of the Homecoming bonfire, the Homecoming events themselves, and the annual Lectureship, KACC is "on the scene," with a complete rundown of the happenings. The station is open to all students of the college who are interested in learning the "workings" of a radio station. Many previous KACC workers are now in top positions with radio and television sta- tions, in Abilene and across the nation. Dr. Lowell Perry demonstrates new equipment to Homecoming visitors. Seated: Dale Mudd, Tommy Mclnroe, Cathey Callaway, Iudi Boone, Bill Greene, lerry Hayes. How two: lim Norwood, Larry Vinther, lerry Iordan, Jim Shewmalcer, Billy Bird, lim Provence, Phillip Johnson. Row three: Hans Faassen, Guy Goen, Glen Weekly, Leland Ohlhausen, Larry La Motte, I ohnny Wil ds. -rs' f-7" ex fn' WF Library Expanding to meet the ever increasing needs of students and faculty, the library's holdings have doubled in the last five years and n o w total more than 80,000 volumes of books and microfilm. The library has nine full-time staff members, four of whom are library science maiors and the other five whose library training and service at Abilene Christian College add up to more than thirty years. Twenty students work part-time to assist in processing materials and providing for patron needs. The periodicals of the library provide Dillnn L'Roy with an informative relaxation period. . 2 mananna v mr we 'W--4-gl-gp--::r1f-vfwqg Egwyww- --'- - ----' ' ' --f--svzs-f-Ts.-fs-1. ---- nf: -ffs f,-.-Qgvw . 'six v 3 X 'Y-1 'M . qi, ,- - ai Qtr rl' n K 7' ll 1 , l ,rf l -fr, ll 1 -Q '-w'9sa,.p..-.. s ' 'sl " "- W? - N- ' ' fag' ---'rug' Gi"-"' ": "l-. 9 . wt U1 :ig-'V A' - 'l' :fill 1" - s "Iv: :y i F41 Az - if 1. if-. T G 449. lg-'F - ,vmo t -nfs., f -, . -is ' ai. , ,w i ' F gig' if Q -4 . -,,,x , , . N -' '- ' . Y - EFT' 'G -' ' . in. A xA,, 'sail ' Ill Miss Callie Faye Milliken, Department Head l M.A., University of Texas H! l i, l ii my 5 ' x. ' Q 1, ' ' ' J 'A ' 1 . ,f Qzfffr ' A xi V. 55? :tr 5 if Mrs. C. E. Taylor 1 M.A., Hardin-Simmons University li ' lll 15 Ml X A 9:11 : . V l 1 lvrl ' l li ll' l El I t ig- , EM X lil ,X ,-,,,x Yrmf f l .tw . W' 'V J W Q ' ll f 'fell 3' I ll, sl I C. E. Taylor M.S.l..5. Western Reserve University wi li l l l ill l79 ll, ll li. l EV l lt i l l l I I l8O YN, F! ...,.,.kxB. ... V , , s 4...-.gigs i. i --.s..,. 4, 4,-l.-a-1115- is 4.413123- Q.-ma - xfcs: --fl-n,x... w:' ', . Ng, V --A-an-u.-4:-as ' -an-asks, . , , l .CNF - ----. y , ,..... I-.L.n..1i' f . .e.s.......,x -, -l+l..5.,f . , 641555 .- A . M ,tw .i.s.w-1 a..m4,Q-Q .......,. if-ii-Ami -f U -.Q -- S.-swf' 9- E. l ,. Kyiv,-r',,,. ...ul 3 Honor Girl- Ann Tucker Quiet and unassuming, yet with a quick wit and ready sense of humor, Ann Tucker is well-liked by all who know her. Formerly from Azle Tex Ann is an elementar d t' , ., y e uca ion maior cmd has received a position teaching in the Dallas Public Schools system next year. June wedding bells will ring as she walks down the aisle this summer. While at ACC, she has been secretary of the Students' Association, and a member of SEA and Kappa Delta Pi. She was Inter-Social Club Council representative for Ko Jo Kai and a member of Alpha Chi, "W" Club, and CSO as well as being elected to Who's I Who in American Colleges and Universities. Ann was, also, a homecoming queen nominee and was one of the campus beauties. ui A ...- PP x ,.-a , - 3234. ..-+- I i F -si - F U M , 31 'Q I . l A 9 I s, - 1 WN 'Qs .iii onor Boy - aul Watson Considered the studious, serious type by most, Paul Watson bears out this iudgment by racking up a four-point grade average for his college career. While at ACC, Paul has been a member of the debate team, president of Omega Rho Alpha, and a member of Sigma Tau Delta, both of which are English honor fraternities. He was president of Pi Kappa Delta, national honor speech fraternity, for two years. During his iunior year he was Men's Forum leader. He has been a member of both Alpha Chi and Blue Key national honor fraternities for two years and served as president of both campus chapters during his senior year. g E t .iz 4 . .. M' a . '-P7 . 3 I4 if 4 , V I4 l It r Nv- H U J' - 'iN l I :ll i . 5 f 'l il gl ii! l 4 f 'ti is I P rf ll lp. 5 l gi ll 'li- l l l l l 1 I l 4 l , 182 n S s 1, ,, 1 "'tQxs+gs: ' fix: One of the most difficult duties of the Student Life Committee, c o m p o s e d of faculty members is that of selecting the Honor Boy and Honor Girl. They are chosen on the basis of th e i r scholastic standing, fu t u r e projects. The candidates are chosen from eligible men and women of the senior class. Mike Allen came to ACC from Petrolia, Tex. Quiet- almost shy-he is extremely hard-working and never be- comes angry or flustered. While at ACC, Mike was a member of the varsity basketball team for four years, and was co-captain for three years. He was vice-president of his senior class and runner-up for class favorite. For three years he was a member of Galaxy and a member of Blue Key national honor fraternity for two years, as well as being elected to Who's Who in American C o I l e g e s and Universities. In June of 1960, Mike was married. Next fall he and his wife will move to Austin where Mike will enter the University of Texas. A math maior, he will do his gradu- ate work in the College of Architecture. Runners-Up-Sharon Emanuel, Mike Allen Sharon Emanuel comes from Monahans, Tex., and Wichita, Kans. She has red hair, brown eyes, and a smile that reflects her wonderful personality. An elementary education maior, she transferred to ACC from Southwestern College in Winfield, Kans. While at Southwestern College, Sharon was publicity chairman of Cam- pus Y, a women's organization, a member of KK social club, and a member of the band. Since she has come to ACC, she has been in Sigma Tau Delta, reporter and historian of Kappa Delta Pi, and a member of SEA and the Big Purple. She is a member of Delta Theta social club, president of "W" Club, and was elected to Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Sharon's immediate plans are to teach in Wichita, while her long-range plans in- clude graduate work. 'ff' f' , jg. jj- r, H 1 it X Seated: Sandra Standridge, Susan Nesmith, Martha McClung, Io lean McGraw, Pat Bradford, Pamela Ferguson, Kay Howard, Stella Carver, Wanda Searcy. Row 2: Russell Kinningham, Margaret Jackson, Sandra Casey, Martha Kirk, Kay Shaffer, Kay Mansker, Martha Burleson, Ierri Huddle- ston, Iozell Brister, Sue Maxwell, Iesse Faust, Berry Jackson, sponsor Dr. Roberts. Row 3: Darrell Varner, Paul Watson, lames Boseman, David Hutt, Don Wilmeth, Larry Adkins, Iames Gray, Elton Higgs, jimmy Roberts, Ray Fulenwider, Dick Dalzell, sponsor Dr. Culp, sponsor Dr. Pack. - Al ha Chi, a National Honor Organization, is made u of Junior End Senior students in the upper ten percent of their class. The purpose of this organization is to recognize and promote scholarship in small colleges and universities. This chapter is the James A. Garfield Chapter. Seated: Ray Wheeler, Shirley Payne, Betty Campbell, Mari Norton, Nancy Hood, Linda Corner, Wanda Fuller, Davie Herring, Dot Holland, How 2: Emily Brown, Peggy Scarborough, Martha Roberson, Norma Bishop, loyce Blume, Rochelle Rockwell, Ann Tucker, Maureen Knight, Elizabeth Der rick, Barbara Brown, Betty Hackow, Al Bergeron. Row 3: Billy Wilbanks, Don Schultz, Al Baird, Ken Wallace, Ken Wesner, George Otfutt, Bob Armi- stead, Dudley Lynch, Billy Bob Johnson, Ronald Wright. .'!. in V ,. A Q I ..,x - .Ili X fs: .- .. r::3X-1-IVR! -- . 5.65:-.-:.'::: V , . 1 'V ..,i,::5,:gv,-xt. 2 -- ,W , : 5.1.2-:pf - ' 4 f. il 1I vr'f-ff'. We A ri'- ' ' ' ' f, 1 f -. , --:zz-11:-57" , ' xi .LIQU- f . I " jyig 5, .. NK. S ts, V ie 3531 ., . Virginia Bannowsky 5 it , ws. I nz. 'JI X N-if ' K 'Y 5 P " '-. ig X . ,fe .V 1 , -. sf, X I 3,-fi i Annette Foster Kaye Mansker ,.- ,-, 1 N.. 1- X " ,ei .,.... Hg K z ff' V , N ef M Jan Parker ...E . ,, ' . Er- 4' 21,15 it 'nf' ,I I , Q, n f - 1 ',4,.f i l 111.2 li' CET f V , , X .R K 9 - , me 5 N6 jr X 8- ' x , X 1,? Sandra Stanclridge l 811 1 I X l N11 ,'-4524-' fe: 52 YE' - 'S-Lei, 1- ., 1 PL:i ?' 417 1 Bea Blume Carolyn Gleason r 3 in Sue Maxwell ',..v1 linda Powell H., I xlx ,ll tix . ' x,. ago I4 Nancy Swanson 5' . we Aww- ' - , :-QS: 1 Q B S X 4: I K N94 .J ,3 "15x 5 , lla Jean Boyer , . -f ., 1 - -"' A fr" t.. :z 5' ' W -..--fx Q- f 5-'-'V' 2, Xl , Theresa Glimp N , JIT .,, ,tl W, ' rg Elini: X 1 Ny! I X Xe I, f ,. , 'S I 4? ,N-if x, N A. , 40' . Marilyn Mcbermett ff'-?.1.,-g:.A -L Q L.-::.?- A 5- -.,. Gif: , 3 F' 4 + ' .I J, - fan- ,ek t ,R - 352' ' - .. v . fm.-., I x 5 J 46 I 'f . i227higf?4" Martha Roberson ful 'vel X .- -...Fu 'f , ,, X. tiff ,J l V xx Y x..,..,, . N Ann Tucker in f 0' K 'N , wr X 'Nr , Q A0 3' 'mg a-5 -7 'iii I 32:3 'I-ISCQSYRQ ' fx? X 'Epi I J Q I . l p' A 1- . ... 49 I Pat Bradford Judy Brandon Martha Burleson X- - ' It 1' '. f 1-meh , Q ., NM- . l ,I , r. '75 ' XFN av 59 j -'-41- ' " E Q. -,L-3:55. 9. A- se. Qikgisii Dot Holla n cl Anita Keel Gray Davie Herring , Y: .,x. A rpg. -V I X 14 5.2 ' -M ' , X m - ,sg 'A LQ- at 'L l ' 'H Aw lx ' 1 Vgyw ., J - N 131-V. N 7 Y ' l x 5 A, xt-'I A W' fs at Sharon Emanuel President .lo Jean McGraw Elaine Mickey .ws ' . . Aer- '- -1 f sn 3 ' 1,4 '. . :Fi X - Nl. T, Linda Scudder Pam Ferguson Assistant Editor of W Club "W" Club is an honor organization composed of women selected by the faculty from the Junior and Senior classes. A loan fund and a service project are among the annual activities of this group. Shirley Kinningham Jacquelyn Lucado Secretary Treasurer , '- .3-'I' it 'A 7' -Q 1 Q . " i WX 7 S.-s' - .. ' t 5 3 l '- l :el is X, g,.ag - ' - Wi: VS u l 5 X 'XX S 4 - Q. ' t. l tr' l E-"1 - N -ii. Ji ,,...aus3H' Cheron Campbell Qahf' Carla Sue Horton Norma Bishop Vice-President 4 x -51 -V QXX . ,EJ . 93" I V. ,V , ' . . g .f Stella Carver A ., - tm. K Q 'flux 1 4' 1 - I 'f 4 A Q im- I Aff- .ge ,. 411 Y. .n if Jerri Huddleston 3 S -vs .I Ie... 5 ""'L'P 2 - J L Mollye Morrow go ll! . .li I Lf ' " Yi - I Kay Coleman 'fi 07 ' Xa Martha Kirk t - "' 11 YT -'ze' .fx 6 -. S., ' X -1 ffl? V1 5 W-slfg ,, "i- , Ney- . .A Susan Nesmith K' - . ,Fx .VN .2 W- - , 1- . X . "lt -ea1?'AJ-- iii, ' 5 4 fide-xmn M -:S ' ' if 4 - 2, , .r n - - ,- a ' K, I. b 1. 43? v.,?S. 1 3 'X 1 of 'T ' ..,.fg..: tty.. ,. 95:1 -. . ,gg-H Mrs. Forrest Harlow Wanda Searcy Sponsor W Club Margaret Jackson Corresponding Secretary We nii iff ,EQ V iw at A' Sandra Casey Asst. Corresponding Secretary ,fe QW' KIM X 4 lat r l ' , '1 v .X 'ah 1 -l -V-4 if 0. -. . x',f Elizabeth Vice -. M -- t?' .405 Q N:"7' linda Corner e 'S' .mx 5 5 W ' ,.., I ,'I-le' F yi, 1 , 0,55 3 1112: e f xgaazgix, ery, fa . Maureen Knight ' . E xi f "iff P " ' if ,lx I ., . I Mari Norton Kay Shaffer fig: 5? -I-ff N, 5 X . Peggy Ward Pu.. ,ff Q, ,' Vivian Davis . 1--. -r v Q uf Wig 1 xv 45, A !"T7 5: .- Gayla Lambert ,ui Af-'lik ...7 Jeannie Odom K 'S X Jeannie Smith ,xi K su K w V 'ws ,ff - 5 'UK Q, s 4 wa.--- I , , .13f.22g V Ray Wheeler , 1 w5.x'.,-mg . --.Q lr.. .. 5.g..,"-'.., ,v ,'!k, .V Q ,gm 73, . fu- Margaret Endsley . ' ' 1' fx -. it .:. Q98 .1 A 1' V ri 5, 'Yu fa .P N L qi me if tl A Q, Goldye Lewis 'QL Beth Park 'T' Shirlie Smith f'17.? , UMR X X Mona Wilbeck 185 xr ' N 5 " ' 4 H2 II -wgrftltijiln ,-j Y, 'N f Hu My x i i" X -' I J xl A it I -'fi' 'idk ' Paul Watson David Hllff President Vice-President jj 1 , ,Y U by -I i -fs ' , ii E 57 ' 1 ig Q-,J L :ry . : f -- C, , , , 'Q-e...Q.. '-.- . -' 'N-,K .A .SJW K Harold Straughn Elton Higgs Corresponding Secretary Editor of the A if-N X v V N . - ,, X . N' 1 , Mike Allen Bob Baker +..,- U K rw 1-vs .. . X j 1+ gm 'gs' , K, . , : -.- X x 1-t' ...ss Don Freiling Cullen Johnson Blue Key 4 'mf 'Kilo I, ' Russell Kinningham Recording Secretary r an "R ' 4 Carl Spain Sponsor l' :X 2:35 vs - Q ' 1,E.:: "": v a Tl ., 'Qfgnw Ervin Bishop Richard Mathews ,,:, ,- 'Pm N . gs. f . Q x iff- X Y . - 1 . 'A -as vj'.,,, ,Y ,' 41.1 This year, the activities of A Club in- cluded the Homecoming dinner, for present members and the exes. The exes contributed more than one hundred dollars to the schol- arship fund at that time. ln December, there were the Faculty vs. A Club basketball games, which also helped to raise funds for the Scholarship program. Another December event was the sending of Bob Baker to the national convention in Kansas City, Kansas. In January, the club chose new members. They were: George Offut, Tommy Turner, Dick Dalzell, and Ronald Wright. Also in January, the Club presented the annual scholarship award. This year the award went to Doug Sikes, a senior Bible major. The major project of the year was not a fund raising campaign, as it has been for the past two years. Instead, there was a campus-wide "Think" campaign. There were two objectives in mind in this campaign. One was to try to improve attitudes on the campus concerning such things as com- pulsory chapel, the library conditions, atti- tudes concerning the cafeteria, segregation, and other campus attitudes that have been under criticism. The second objective was to bring the students ideas into the open, as it were, through group discussions in the dormi- tories, and finally by having all the students write their opinions on a form that was passed out for that purpose. Lynn Coleman X uv, 3 ' N f - . ,X 'bc . ---A """'N il A l X 63 lj 1- ......s.. 1 "s' 'N ff' Z" C, X .. s " x x X, Gwynneth Curtis Dan Danner . .jf 1 j 5 x x N 3 1 A r . . mfs - f' . P151 . jak ..-gm . jk ,px . X , F . y 5 .-X X g .f .- J A j 3,g-.3sq,.'- V Q RTN' X A ,ff , X, l ev .T N Jimmy Roberts Johnny Veltman Don Wilmeth Helen Moran, Instructor of Business Administration Fiscal Agent's Secretary, died Iuly 25, 1960. "For everyth time for eve time to be Ecclesiastes 1 NIE ANI J. X N " 'Wi-, ., H g:f""'f'?i.1Q A 5 1:5515 . 'fp if ' V- -isififf tg f H ff-fl., f ,. . :Lk , Q Y, U. ' :J ' fi! and 'I ', "j2f,- MJF' 1 ason, and cm ' - heaven: a ne to die." . X ,i . X f' ' 1-uf e """ S v Q V.-Mi. -V "K - - . f,,,.5-- ".- , - I I . 1 1 ' 1 pq ', ' - . ' v p'1,,u ' - It :,,1.s..,fr'S-v' - 1-'ici' . fl I9 I X is Hosea Lewis, Associate Professor of Physics and Mathematics, died November 15, 1960 . XX ICJ. f.:, .4 . -"f - ' 4 ' , j 'z ' Q, ' V - K ' ' F : , , , x.v - ' ' . A , 'S - . ' ' ' - Q Q I f . 1 .. X xl A , ggi, , , 5- . ,, ,w5z'2Smy K A V ,,,:f 1 V X N .,.,.Qe. iv' - I- L ,JW M .,.x , Q- , , . i-,Y fl A nh., Y ,,. 9-.Lum Wil NA. 43 , ,-9.4: -P, li 4 s B E.-Sfzffg-x . , 1 . gn-:NK ,Eg l"'1?""' A fffkew ' 54532-t'5'f53'3-x S'5i7"9if5 v ,'?.7'1.f' fzzzrfz, , a,,,1, - 3-Q., -w--ar-f:g"' q., X.-Aa.--gif .2-' V '-5:1'SE2"F5f35 Exif' 'ffl x . ' ' Kr- . . 'fiviw -'-551, may Q' 1 Qs' N 1. ' A . E X- R. I A Ii Q N v , 1, '--'I . -YIHN ' ' A -' .. Y-32. I, , Q- 1 " ' -ff ' A ' iii-:X A ,V- 4 ' NJ: .i Sag.. t i X Xl ! ! : M u . yy Q ,. , A ff' x u :pil 3 SRF x I ll- , da TA DA, da ta da, da ta da, da ta da. tOnly ireshmen could originate this mad pep rally act with the now familiar and unrestrained pep rally beat.l Some demented souls engage in a Frenzic variety of "Fun". . . . .4 ,Q ,!" -Q x I r , ig., 1" P ,pf J fn li" 'ni-:.g 'N' Pgwgvf fra ' ' .3' "-Qngil 1,5151-fa if . A -,1 'S ' ' . elif Campus strong men C. Johnson, SA President, and E. Young, Olympic medalist, try their luck at tliteraily now! mudslinging. so-ve, I '-lu., he Freshman-Sophomore Rivalry Day stimulates a type of animal patriotism in rope pullers Glenda Gentry, Edna Dallas, and Clovis Terry. . . . . others are gripped 1 by the thrill ot athletics . . . . p 2 The hypnotic powers of cr gangling boy trying to force U round ball into cr round hoop are exhibited by sports fans Virginia Brock and prayer-like Sharon Finley. X: 190 ,Sit-1"f"''..::+-w0i.QilQ,gX.-IQ . g2:J.e,e?-':LLliSQ9Ht 'Eelwr 'xxx l I J, b , X -nif rrg I ,Q X 1: "ts, X w N X f' aiu-"X N 'et N 1 1 Q 4, X t X x- ., X. xc , Slab W Here is your picture problem for the day-Is number 35 or is number 32, Bob McLeod, shooting the ball? i wx .,,,,e or the klck of a cornpetltlve contest . . . K We abjectly apologize for this awful alliterationj Flfth Annual i.l fr, v ' 1 'F S:-. , ,E-Kb ., . f, w lrggzj. 55j.3,,k,lmg 'I , .sa Y' :frm MW- , wzwfvl If WI' ' rf-f luff, "1 .' 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A Lmen tablecloths and guest speakers characterrze campus banquets Thrs atfarr honors Olrver lackson Alumm of the Year Ramblin' exe from Georgza Tech Tonto Coleman returns to speak for the Olrver Iackson banquet ...and HOl'fle- coming . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ady and Deb- bie find identification cards Q nec- l essary part of Homecoming fun. L A-- C1113 atv? L" 1 l Nostalgic memories of college days will always include the Homecoming bonfire. brings forth exes . . . I9 41", W 3 .ni 1 . -f 2 I NE! N .----..-- "N I fb 1 A familiar sight to campus couples is night watchman, Ralph Valentine. Mr, Valentine is taking a well-earned break. . . boy meets girl. . . "Hey Buddy-devotional is over!" Eldon McDan- iel and Dotty Davis discuss business on the Ad Building steps. X. I 8 any 0 l I f . . . at the push of a button . . . . . . many places . . . An all-powerful summons for the girls of Nelson Dormitory is the push of a male linger on their room buzzer. Carol Cathy and Arthur Reese meet at the library, to study. n ug .fl as ' f V - 1 5 ,.-..-- Golt provides date activity for Margaret Curtis. -f .Zigi J,-5397? ,, -if S. P' Q Q99 of a t Q E ,V :Z I I S' 29 , ' 'D 4 A 1 L' 5 E 9 s A ,. r 1 w 1 i l 1 6. Snow brings out the heist in us ...Q 'Wx rl' -v.. -. 33"-4 N ...Q My V'1T35i'x'il . fe. is mmf", ' Au" ' -,.., "':,. -nw.. L 'M .iw I A borrowed Beanery tray and a slippery slope insure stupendous sledding for Iudy Searcy. bY'57f4N.x,, "MH '12 r , i-wxm' "-Q'-me . W .yu , -A --Q.-Q. 'Wt-r' -f 5 4 .-. . M--0' .-.V r e e",'5w-am.-. . . . sliding chicks . . . . . . cool cats . . . . ,- I urn 'lzl ir 1' . . . . and the Boreal -faq, E'-'r We-..-gf... - .,,. g ' 4FX""""' -...H . " U V l A-ah,-.,, I ""' "V 1-N, -" rw- r KBmxe,:T'.EQ3' ff imggvg -Q -.rm -. is -"- 4. -'H T55 species of Screaming "l know you're having fun, so stop crying," says Daryl George, the abom- inable snowman. Lx".X'N s. - g 3--fx, - 's . .E 5. --s .rs ,Q T-Q .I Q-'N x 1. X ,fa-Q ""' x. Snowrollers . . . ,J QI? , -' 'Fei i .. ,, . 'llfjl' ' :ai ' --eww--w.sf'f2sbf5'x , -:.,v- ' f,.y5.:4 x.--..- . . H ,fgffe 9. ,Q,.5,,i., . ' E .":r,.-. '21, ' li. E357 11.""5' X, g wg rj.-jglfsf. :L 9Q,Y3i.f1 49231252 X 0 . r-eq.. . , 51,41 .5 j. r' wg: '- - i 5.125-age . . 5"'f'5fi1. - i : Q P .2:..1:553Yi'.' YS?-Q'r:'.'fz"'Nf"': Wal . f.11:1p.'Jg3gg,. 1, , , X 5- ' E.1.f1:...E,. 'f'f3ffg.fZe-'jk' ' "ii2Tfff2-3 .-nf., 'v N The End With this tranquil benediction to the "Story of Funning" we unhesitaiingly invite you to turn the page and begin another harrowing experience. . :-ggi - if +L ., -+9 -- - . 'G M' '23 . 4 ra 1 l97 ' CT I O N Comy,q.1mh? Being cz firm believer in unity, coher- ence... cmd puns we have followed our "Lec1ming Q, ,Sectioziff with of' ffunning Section." Obviously we hcniej gfouped thegciibvisions that relate to extra- ' ourriC1,zIcr'c1ctivities under this latter. The motif from nowxoh is "iun"' so have it if you Will. It you won't you can tum to page 361 and Write cz letter, but please refrain from triteness. 1 1 x , V f 1 'f X. 7, 5-.-fi' ,A if , f 1 il-+V J. . '- -rf ,' :HF -3 . If. ,j rg.: if I, X 1 . x -' '- y','Q5'!!JS?q':'F"2"'q.:-. .1 I L L X " V: . I.,:, f5rQV"-,wtf-"' S512 MQ ' -ii" 7I'k'I-. - -' 5 :Lama fi, - 'f - ,. 'fl-ws,-,2' ,- I uw,-,-,--,,,,.:4,:,X,,,,m--rt-xv 'sl -4. Rag,-.5 -Nf. ,Q 4 ,.. -. . -. 1 4 ., H,-yy-':.g ,.:w--::Q1x:.Q5:Pi9Xw+ x,?x055?gfyq:,gw- I ' :w x -LW-: f K' -. :V - . we3555-L'.s1:g::g,f5x1 's,:,x:5sfSsfw'i1-1:-. "'SSs:'34i?m.'4M4 - 'N 4- ' w-E.:-:il---if .. 2 X 'f' " EM 4-fl 2' ! Q, -: .- - 15.13-f'fi'?'f'1f:jv55,'!f?xE':N"'5i'4545?mf.-x R N ' V. -5SJ.'1.'X . .b A , --331.1,111Qvfivr335155'5"-g5?'5igg3?'--K'k55Q,,.,,'- ,. -1 Mgr. eww X Wx: IRQ' " ,.,: .,.--Q.,,.,z,.f, .m,z'k8v X,-9 - tm A x 1 2555, ' Sl' 4' 'T-sf . xi- 2 9' , 4 :-fa: ' - 1-2' ., :..'z1r:4,f 1QWr,-N-. xv - ' '--1.-f--1'-f.-P wk ' . - X iff? .. 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When Dudley was Lynched We thought peace was cinched, Ti11 Batts came to but to re-shape 'er. Au , Tex' ' A campus politico, Dick, i . V ' h Returned from cz northern tour sick. - 1 A 0 Debunked in Q Genet, U ' Q He set out to quell or N A - 4 . V ,X Reduce waste of Senate funds quick h it ll f 5 fi p ,R . 20 BY Sl-lpdn Our debators embarked on a trek, ' Debating against Chaing-Kai-Shek. UMA W On Dallas TV, n YOUZCQUQKKS X' They lost by just three, ,i I W Barely beaten by Fate, Truth, and Tech. T T K ' w "N li Ne 5 ill -I pil C , L5 J F 4 W . " l ' ll "v u 7 I A young opportunist named Cullen iv' ' Was iound on May first looking sullen: ' , 'H ' The Senate had voted . His watch be demoted I Q From golden to silver-type fullen. 'r 9 ' o Quick Dean! Bob's got to know the school policy on the annual rise of the Yong-Tse River. K K l lkkxllj f Kim b V Ao - if ls it DFI6 K 2' fn fllllfl, H A dashing young chap, Wally Bidnight, A Enjoyed each club meeting till midnight. 2.1-5 But since it was late, i He hadn't a date, ff-55' Making Wednesday a dull, limited night l Q l H v ' Q 1 I think it's the new women's auxiliary. Qi To launch our Funning Section We begin with a division that has, in pre- vious years, been called the "Features." How repulsive! We wanted a title that meant some- thing, that rang with forcetulness, that got to the heart of the matter. It's too bad we couldn't find one. We changed the name anyway. Enshrined in this sec- tion is everybody who is anybody, elected or chosen, male or female. We have here: Mr. and Miss ACC, Students' Association, Beauties, Homecoming Queen, Class Officers, Who's Who, and Class F a- vorites. In other Words these are VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE, so that is what we will call this section. In lieu of space and to promote simplicity We used the colloquial ab- breviation and it is . . . THE . . . bo- 'K lf' ffl .A I at EY: l , Q A Edilorl MARTHA HOLDEN L J' WARNING + ' BALLQT Box sruffsas Bglgg Jthiid 1 Uluk 9 5 xx fl: 1 "W 3- rw 'x X x X ,h 05 ,V , ,N , '-.3'Zv', HIL fd ' 4Y..,,-'N - mpg-,z ' , 3,?'hYT-.775 c' ' - Q . x N. X x -, s 41 .L'1::'1": TNQ ui-fjCjp,g .W .NN HJ- ,?1ufi5'-561.53 V my K -. --, :H 'x:-- - -, 'L f..'Q 4. 9 . 'N f xfxmqiu 4-f 180-X ', .3 ,. , f- 3445- up QF fax 1 "g's.. -.--A-"" xx xX!Qm .xo-K Q:-zsfggxkx Y, A x 5 Q" ' 'S fi 555.1 'S f ig-x fifif Q. SSX Q - iii?-I iillwxikiil - Q nee: ,- :ww-vbzierg 1 -A --f .Q 1 gsgq Pr.: Ji.-Q ww.-g:f X Y ' XRNQXQNQ .1 xii' , SX. BLXVJQOW- . N N-X9 X R X 9'igj'-NfNvN.e, -,'f'eEx NSY Qgk .rw X xi X X :ss ACC R'-"""'e"5'UP Mr. ACC SANDRA STANDRIDGE cu'-I-EN JOHNSON ' "i-mbsf--snr. 1, , + ,-J 4,494 MQ-' "' ' A, 11' ' I' Q Q, .iwfvg .1 P: - 42rvf5.i'?' I, I ., ,gem ,X -23 . t . Q vi We 2 CULLEN IOHNSON, STUDENT ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT This senior accounting major was selected by the students to till the most honored executive position. Cullen has proved to be not only a popular and admired president but also one who has kept the confidence ot the student body. fx L W Students' Association We, as students of ACC, are members of this organization and have the right to voice our beliefs through the organization. This we do by election of qualified officers to the three branches of gov- ernment: legislative or Senate, iudicial or Student Court, and executive. The executive branch, headed by the president, is assisted by the vice- president, secretary, treasurer, and appointed directors of events. These officers, with the presidents of the four classes, compose the Executive Council, which ratifies or vetoes legislation from the Senate. X. Recording Executive Council proceedings, assisting the president, and voting pn Senate legislation are the Students' Association Secretary's duties. Senior education major ANN TUCKER has ably performed these throughout the year. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Don Williams, Gwynneth Curtis, Bob Baker, Ann Tucker. A 'I5"Nsq O8 1' 5. N :QYPR N.:-l., -R 101g .X 'A V -A ,--QS. Mmm , , 1 4 1 -5 ,B ,Q V GWYNNETH CURTIS, Amarillo senior, puts his accounting major to good use as treasurer of the Stu major BOB BAKER, Vice-President, presides over the Senate meetings and aids the president. ru? ,N Q" . 4,5 Cullen Iohnson, Buzzy Maxwell, I erry Miller, Dick Mathews. dents' Association: while senior business PM 'Vu ! .-51" O pg, O 1 ,. F . Nwim,-'S . SENATE: Bottom Row: Iim Mcliieynolds, Fr.: lohn Kirk, Sr.,' Coy Conner, Ir.: Exa Clark, lr.: George Russell, Ir.: Kay Coleman, Ir.: Martha Holden lim Boseman, Sr. Row 3: lack Shupe, Sr.f Carolyn Hearne, Sr. Sec.f Gary Wallace, Fr.: Roger Hall, Fr.: Derrill Osborne, Fr.: Marty Carter, Fr Ian Lynn Coleman, Bob Baker. Chief justice President of the Senate 0 9 0 Senate and Student Court The SENATE is composed of the vice- president, secretary, and senators elect- ed from each class. This legislative body appropriotes St u d e n t s ' Association money, approves presidential appoint- ments, enocts election rules and all laws for the welfare of the Stu- dents' Association. The chief iustice, six associate justices, and the clerk compose the STUDENT COURT. This court tries misdemeanors and traffic violations and examines the proceedings of the Students' Association as it executes its various duties os de- fined in the constitution. Soph. How 2: Iudy Swalford, Soph.: George Oifutt, Ir. V.P.: Phil Dye. Ir.: Ray Wheeler, Ir. Sec.: Karen Carlton, Soph. Sec.: Iimmie G. Roberts, Sr Scztterwhite, Fr. Row 4: lim Morrow, Soph.: Gloria Treat, Soph. Not Pictured: K. C. Doughty, Sr.: Mil-re Allen, Sr.: Crarles Groves, Soph. V.P. STUDENT COURT: Glen Turbyiill, Sophomore Iustice: Linda McPhaul, Iunior justice: Ierry McKinney, Senior Iustice: Lynn Coleman, Chief Iustice: Barbie Wyres, Clerk: Larry Scott, Senior Justice: Larry Beustring, Senior Justice: Charles Nelson, Iunior lustice. v'4wQ"""" ,gg Jw ,..., we A ix l, T:a , x. A A v . - f X' q ' A, 9 ' ' A ,:.-: : Ax vf 4 Y Y Q 4 Wk fam- W W . ' ' X iahx 1 ', .' . W . . X X we x ' ,, ij "3 Asia, A .. ,Q . its? . - ws EQYQNSSLS Tm? RS? r..-Q.,,.' ., ..,-Q W-J Beauty ANN GREGORY N ,X N1 Xishs, 1 I Q X . Xx X N . N " :-11.2, rf- -, Rx !""m1, QA. x ' ,X 1 I I r - ,+':'Zx. vi ' X -.4 -v ,Qs '-my Q , hill! 'K Q W 3 , wg . 'v--, My 'i " " ern' fr, N3 Beauty DEE moss Qgihe IX' .Q Q fb' 'Sl Q. QP' Yffkfv-U1 -f., . .. . 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" . , Nm-Ram l li W , i t l 1 l A - . . ---v r. ' '--an .nc , .. ,, I , :- -vi:-fifr-5 1:53 fe' W .:::"--as -1. l ,. ., N ,, r ,. il' 1 '- 'A l il- JI Yil ' ill.: f l f is s -i ' l , I cs. sf . 8 i, ,t ,. ,,.,. 9 e ess P -vs .1 HJ . . . 'gal .. :. Q 1. 1: RUSSELL KINNINGHAM Alpha Chi Vice-President, Secre- tary of "A" Club Chapter ot Blue Key, Sigma Tau Delta, Omega Rho Alpha, TASCA Vice-President, Senate, junior Class President, Chi Beta Pi Treasurer and Vice-Presi- dent, Vice-President of Knights. Foster Science Award. IACKIE LUCADO Ellen H. Richards Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Club Treasurer, Del- ta Theta, McKinzie Dorm Council President, Prickly Pear staff. .QE-c-:g y , - ' Y - . . i 'Suk' ggull' DAVID HUFF Vice - President of "A" Club Chapter of Blue Key, Iunior Favorite, S e n a t e , Freshman Class President, Galaxy President, Alpha Chi. ALFRED NEUHOLD Aggie Club President and Re- porter, Eta Beta Pi, Delta Tau Alpha. 224 ledm. ii? MIKE ALLEN Co-Captain of Basketball for three years, Galaxy, "A" Club Chapter of Blue Key, Senior Class Vice-President, Senior Favorite Runner-up, SEA. CULLEN IOHNSON President ot Students' Association, Gal- axy President, "A" Club Chapter of Blue Key, Runner-up for Senior and Iunior Favorite, Runner-up tor Mr. ACC, Goli . :gy Fi ERVIN BISHOP Football, A Cappella, Sub-T-16 Skipper, President of Inter-Social Club Coun- cil, "A" Club Chapter of Blue Key. WhO'S Whb Who's Who is a national or- ganization that recognizes out- standing st u d e n ts from 750 American colleges and universi- ties. Campus nominating com- mittees submit names to a presidential committee which in turn decides on 34 deserving students. ANN TUCKER Students' Association Secretary, Ko Io Kai, Club, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, SEA, CSO, junior Class Favorite, Homecoming Queen Nominee. vv-X L I l 'rf' r Q 3. : DALE REYNOLDS Sub-T-16, Football IOZELLE BRISTER Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, :nd BA Club. MARY sUE BELEW ' xxx Kitten K l u b treasurer Omega Rho Alpha, Sig- ma Tau Delta, Senate CSO, GATA, SEA. 1 lv -Q.,-5 F , ,ga CAROLYN HEARNE ' GATA, Kappa Delta Pi Sigma Tau Delta, Club, Senior Class Sec- retary. - 4. ...- . -. N 5 Htl V s i'U'f'Jb?x ,:, 7.1 S?-" A . WANDA SEARCY GATA, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi. ,J . v-. -Q-T1 ik.. 1 3 IO IEAN MCGRAW Delta Theta President, Kitten Klub Secretary, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Club, SEA Trea- surer, Omega Rho Alpha, ICC, Nelson Dormitory Council. f'N. -4'lh. l CH? ,f .2 .. , G ,,, 4 w l 'ff' .A . Wh0'S VVh0 IOHNNY VELTMAN Football, Freshman Track, Frater Sodalis, Parliamentar- ian ot "A" Club Chapter of Blue Key. I K J , X 1 3 .+ 9 u , t Q BARBIE WYRES Ko lo Kai President, Sut- dent Court Clerk, Home- coming Queen Nominee, Senate, CSO, WHA. 7 5' la . Y' 1 E , f'.,.-w,-r,4-A-- j .J ,,,,., -.,......-LW I I A In ' 'f ' ' 31ft'.,lf'? '-', f 1 Q.. I .'14'g , .,,. 1""f . ..-9' ,. .-... 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I l 1 of 442- xt-S V' -:- - n - U-if iffw:-' I if 15 4745 ' .: x T T 1 KAY HOWARD 75 1. -I ...X..,,, , . is SQ msg-3' fi. ,Q .M 1 Qtfk 1g 3',.,-- -R ' ' ' X Nj-l52'2,-Q . rw-1. :-, .- I GWYNNETH CURTIS Student Association Treasur- er: Drum Major of Band, Sen- ! ate, "A" Club Chapter ot Blue Key, Frater Sodalis Pres- ident, Golf team, BA Club, Circle K, Sophomore Class Favorite. b.-rriilixffw' -Nfl :NH 1 BOB BAKER Students' Association Vice- President, Pi Kappa Delta Vice - President, Student Court, Debate Team. TOMMY TURNER A Cappella Vice-Presi- dent and Section Leader, Men's Quartet, lnpsyders President, "A" Club Chapter ot Blue Key, Melpomenean Pla y e r s, Knights. GATA, "W" Club, Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, CSO, Kitten Klub, Senate, Sophomore Class Secretary, Alpha Psi Omega, Melpomenean Players, Best Be- ginning Director, SEA, A Cappella. Wh0'5 Whb DON WILMETH A Cappella, Alpha Chi, "A" Club Chapter ot Blue Key, Alpha Psi Ome- ga President, Melpomenean Players 3 President, Dwight Worley Drama 3 Scholarship. l MONA WILBECK ' Pandoras, Kappa Delta Pi, Band, Club. GEORGE PETERSON Track Captain, Trojans, . X 'Aix .-.- 4- Alggzf 5 lx Y fri W r - s- V x Av. . , -1 -. I 1 we .N-W.. .' ,. t X: -N' .SEZTTMWIEFXY-u. ..-... 'lf s 5 -Q , tv. ' 0 l sf T H9 fp-W Nh.. 15.5-tl, .... grimy - ww' A.,-: , ll - 2 l 'H lx 'il' f 1' ' Q T x RNS,-. . Q t . 5 . i . 1 vig 2 - fit 1 , 1 -3-QA t 3 F. R - l ' K 5 la ' l ' X 3 'XXX All ', it fr' .1 ' 5 1 X lit W.. 226 ELTON HIGGS Pickwiclcian P r e s i- dent, "A" Club Chap- ter of Blue Key, Sig- ma Tau Delta, Alpha Chi. at Mols Qian- ,.-. t st' 3 ---- f'i'1"fE-TT' ' 'ff' 7 1 HAROLD STRAUGHN The Optimist Editor, Sec- retary of "A" Club Chapter of Blue Key, Alpha Chi, Frater So- dalis, Bedichelc Award, Press Club President, Prickly Pear Sports Ed- itor, Piclcwickian Club, Men's Glee Club. S HAKES PEARES disarm NW 'I-T 1 x qu 5 .0 V fy L X .. 'J F MARTHA BUHLESON MARILYN MCDERMETT A Cappella, Women's Sextet, Girls' Training Class Leader, "W" Madrigals, Alpha Chi, "W" Club. Club, CSO officer, Secretary of Zellner SEA, Kappa Delta Pi, CSO, Dorm Council, lnpsyders. "Brigadoon." lNh0'S Wh!! KAY SHAFFER Delta Theta, ICC, Alpha Chi, Kappa Pi Secretary-Treasur er, Kappa Delta Pi, "W' Club, CSO, Pi Epsilon Beta SEA, Kitten Klub. Lf qp 'E TALMAGE MINTER Kappa Pi, Pi Ep- silon Beta Presi- dent. 1--nw' nee? 52.5 PA UL WA TSON Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Del- id, "A" Club Chapter oi Blue Key, Alpha Chi, Debate Team. SANDY STANDRIDGE Club, Alpha Chi, Kappa Del- ta Pi, SEA, CSO, Miss FTA of Tex- as, McDonald Dorm Council Sec- retary - Treasurer, Dactylology Club, Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee two years, Runner-Up for Miss ACC two years, Sophomore Favor- ite, Senior Favorite. JERRY MILLER Senior Class President, Mabee Dormitory Pres- ident, Circle K, SEA, Sub - T-16 Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi Pres- ident. N.-1.2 LYNN COLEMAN Chief Iustice of Student Court, Galaxy, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate Team, Op- timist Columnist. SHARON EMANUEL "W" Club President, Kappa Delta Pi Report- er and Historian, Sigma Tau Delta, Delta Theta, SEA, Band. It L. I K, 'Al Nw.----' ,J xx 4-Z?" i K . -411 SENATOHS: Iimmie G. Roberts, K. C. Doughty, lim Bosemcm. Not pictured: lack Shupe, James Taylor. Senior Class g . The Senior class started its biggest and best year with a spaghetti supper and brought the year to a climax with a spring banquet. This class had many accomplishments to be proud of, such as winning second place in Sing-Song in 1960 and having the largest bonfire ever built-an achievement which caused definite limits to be set. The me-mbers of this class will soon contribute to the Christian element in our free society. Jerry Miller, President as -PN Cavolyn Hearna, Sec. Mike Allen, V. Pres. W-ww x -5 97 2:3 rex the I gs I 5 ji i Ray Wheeler, sec George Offutt, V. Pres. Junior Class The Junior Class began its year with a barn party barbeque. This class boasts proudly that both Miss and Mr. ACC, who are also Homecoming Queen and Olympic Champion, respectively, came from this class, signifying that the Junior class is well represented in school life. I i lv 1 f A" RN? i , al l ""4-4 i ,...,.....------ I fl Dick Mathews, President ,n-.N ? 45 SENATORS: Kay Coleman, Phil Dye, Coy Conner, George Russell, Exa Clark. 229 N-wzxw-'v'r. 1 w:efwwws ..: 4, I f is l l 'QNY'W'4'R'5-' -Piilfv Don Williams, President 1-Sylvia Sophomore Class With the traditional delight of welcoming "the green ones" to campus life, the Sophomores started this year oft with a bang. Jamboree Day for the Freshmen was the messiest ever. The Sophomores won every event except one on Rivalry Day. The Windsor Hotel was the scene of the fall social. The annual spring banquet was held March 'll. The Sing-Song first-place winners are looking forward to more suc- cesses in the coming two years. PMN J law Ce-33' Karen Carlton, Sec. Charles Groves, V. Pres. SENATORS: Judy Swofford, lim Morrow, Gloria Treat, Robert Strzinek, Martha Holden. l l l ' I I , G' I ies! Qi? at 3 'v ?'P"'n,, a ff ' -ai' "ar .. 4'5- W ki .F Minh- Meds I K ACK -AFJMQN ' 5 '. 3' ' ..gtxiwg1' A' SENATORS: lim MCI-Teynolds, Marty Carter, Gary Wallace, lan Satlerwhite, Derrill Osborne. The Freshman class bonfire broke all records in the time contest and their First place in the Sing-Song was a m a n decisive victory. This energetic attitude has done much to en- Class Deanna Kirk, Sec. Roger Hall, V. Pres. .cs fir'- '3 1 liven the college atmosphere. Buzzy Maxwell, President gl- 30' C 9:47 .. ..: ,.f-,f-.Mpqvw . H ,ali vw r ,,,,,, l I , ' . Q ysg.f..v.- .4,, 1.Lf-f. : . .1 - W. 4 Q fx F, r- , - .mfafffs an Ag , c H ik . .S ...M L .. .Q ,.... .,:j,3,,,.,,a ,Y W, I we , Y . f,,:s,5,5, rx ' kb A -. A l , , 4 fw v Pm Em' '1 WM' l fl il l 'll K, ll r l i. is ti l l. -1 l' r lf will ll li .ii l i JE ia fi ig. ill' li li. ll' ill it KI 'z F 3. l X . li U . li 1. l l il! qi iii .J '37 Runners-Up SANDRA STANDRIDGE - CAROLYN HEARNE ' 1 tail? ' - . v. 4,A, . ' : X an 'S 1 3441 sz M. ...K V I I fb 3, " .W Q I , w i ,, , I x . Y N' . R 232 we 6 Q ...A Nc ,. - - ., ..c.c..,.,NNw ml-"N" w' ,. -Y-N-1 4. ar.-L, 7 "' -V ' N s k -. fi, Senior Favorite . . K. C. DOUGHTY K. C. Doughty is the favorite of her closs for the second year. Her sincere friendliness, unselfish service, and contagious happiness oreonly three reasons why this petite, blonde bundle of joy is loved by olll. D2 , . 1. 4' v Tb?-'+.-Q-5-'IK-'X I'?1iixf?Ri.f:1.1 -lift We Z - S if s 5.111 ' - Y 1 I iff: 5 ' ':2:"" fr- K , L X N l X X Q .-,-' 1-fl' s A . A M sq: 4.51 ' fri:-. - f- . a f' A J' isa: N - x 3 if ,,,.m..vllu..,sv.b mlm' 1, .f pl, .sf ., - K - fa. ,Q ' 1 A fm Senior Favorite . . . KENT COIVIOLLI Calm, quiet, sincere - that's Kent. With courtesy and a happy smile he wins many friends. His de- pendability and hard work reveal his ambitious nature. With a firm Christian character Kent serves as a vivid example to all. Runners-Up IVIIKE ALLEN CULLEN JOHNSON """'f-w Milam Kmw 230 X 'N V-ul.,-, ........-:nl-suv'- ,,.....---- Junior Favorite ANN GREGORY Twice the favorite of her class, viva- cious Ann Gregory with her optim- ism, graciousness, dedication, and unselfishness possesses the true Christian beauty - the beauty of soul. Loved by all and loving all, Ann typifies the ideal of ACC. Runners-Up LINDA IVIcPHAUL GOLDYE LEWIS We-Q .4 . x kt rs he 3 A ,.. my s , N V' JP,..f---"' ' 5-9 iff' H ,. I l fl , 'A' .. , K '- ' 3 5 fi . 5 - -, :gif 'iifltfgig Mfiiiqf gf 1- f . ' . . -1.2 iles... .le ss s,.- .4 6 it S p s-:.,,,m A , -x -C. 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Q ' 'iknhfi , Q, , ' f x X ... 4 Eitlilciri IKIKWY C2CJl.lEIVIIlll Traddus A 'QQ LL A L N if lnkumglnbulus L- L L 5 '5QQlOg C- Q fmbnilum 44133, ,,.... L L llnnesuu - I.. X N-LL P bb 'iff t Gulvus Q5 Y 1960 was the year of the Olmypic Games in Home, Italy. ACC lwho almost won the thing single-handedl also had its own private collec- tion ot athletic events. ln honor of the classic in Home and to denote what actually takes place on the athletic field we have chosen a new name for the SPORTS section. Ac- tually, we went berserlc with this Olympic theme and came up with cr hodge-podge of gold m e d al coaches, latinized wor d s, and Olympic torches, so if you will wade through, climb the steps ot sportsmanship, and quickly tum the page you can look at . . . THE . . . lrdmentum X, L x. L t- X " ' ' xg 3 x.f W Allx .QA e- W I, ji. f 1 L Aim il. it wr' x el Gi Q-N i Q - W E wall' 5 '5' 5 .1 ED 1. V ' XP- 'A Q7'1'-I. K ,,,,f 2 ji, "' V gg v if f V A ll!! :br g r if t teal S2 0 QT sci? smszq IEANETTE Norris Long, Ginger Coffman, Jeanette Hughes. CHEERLEADERS With snappy yells and bright new uni- forms the cheerleaders accentuated their talent and high spirit. Headed by "Elmer Gantry" Norris Long, the "petite power- houses" and "mighty males" ably lead the Wildcat spirit, proving to be the most outstanding group of cheerleaders in recent years. v H pr . fl' ' , 'X .. KF 5 . -fs' is 4 lk . ' ' i sk . J. , In X jf .A ,X 'I - si" , x' 5: x , . Q.-' C Ki .A a CQ 3 Q w ,A A f A Q? an 2 MP? x '-Q - 4 is 5 K X . X is A 5 R . SFX. . .x, E11 QI.. ,XX - X A... va Na.- "Nikki: . .,,,. .gag 5 W f fag, i . Af' A, ' . 1 -'Lt .. A .. .,. A , . x , ,A , 4 X . ,-, . , 4 -'-" ' A s ' ' ' .V ' .. '. C as f ' ., -A 1. i x h ' , 'N , ge, s . 5? . v p ji-A A.,a..A. . A If " SA " ff- - "' 5 "" 1 Q Q A ,A v u' 3 .I .' xx 1 x ., '1 A. ,. ,, , 4, A " 'I ': . g .fiq-- fea- ,gg-x. A A " , ..Aq 'A - A ' ' : .lyk Q 455 . 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Effl- A 5 ' --' A V ' ' ' 2 ' ZW:.W."'f,:i5EW2-'YTTE75554?.f5j?Q'f'- sw, I Athletic Director, A. B. fBugsD Morris, now in his 36th year at ACC, served as football and basketball coach prior to becoming general director. Football Staff N. L. fNickJ Nicholson became head coach in 'I956 and in five years has compiled 25 wins, 25 losses, and 1 tie. Nick earned All-Southwest Conference honors at Rice U. IIAD CGACN N. L , W . wrdrwfk ,V .Yu , JJ . CN,-,cuxsQ - ff 'f .,5f' 4,ff f- n f , ., - me . ..,, . it 1 N i'-'-'- ' A sg? ' gg. VS it s' -. . 2 . '-pg'S5Z:+ X 4 X, 3 , U V Q ' 5525" Xxx , ,f L NX, I M :N Sexy XJNS xg.q.:k,XS3. v xfw'f:ee"..' Nw . E . Xxstibi , : " X-sf Q '1'fSr- i if ' ' ' X kbs L E X - ' . . M X ,--rs Qi 'N S. , ,Q " l x WX S.. N X .,,, I COACH!! IKITPL MUIHNS, AND WNQII Three former ACC gridiron stars compose Nich- olson's staff. Line coach, Les Wheeler, Backfield coach, Jerry Mullins, and "B" team coach, Jimmy Hirth, all three earned Little All-American honors in college. Hirth established our longest run from scrimmage-a 94 yard TD against McMurry. -'fi' 34552-'3':N?Wiic' 'PWS-.E Q 37' in W' ' 1 ge: '35 -uw-:6S- -'1 -1 Wires -+ r --'. -,Q Xsgvgf r r- -f t' R Y . ' , ,t -.J ' .gr ,Q , . '. 7" 'Y gg574f'T'55'2f -w 'aff -. 1' 1 .Ju ra wgafims-fb,i2gew'...-is T Q, fi-siif-SSW 1. . ' ' -5-sex.-, gd,-f-.,L4:' ppt, .:. gf,-lg-:ggi , -2 -3, - misss -- 9-in :ij'tQ',' 'JJ-HA Fig'-v ' Q? - 1:41-,Zigi'A-'k.,?5:-Sz' -. f . -:X-1-1 .- ' .Cv ' . lwinfflif. fs -' ' A 5msf.,',fN - .ix-gl ,,:., :j.::,5.- U ,A I, A- -453-1,16 '-- -L eff"'f5if,-- 1' -' Z 'ill if7l7':i'il7. , -f ml rt'-.-WL, 1 .. rl ,, .-rv?i"1-.1 W li " f J ,. , ,,... , . 4 N .. A - A 'W' A15-.-5 4 1 , .g V-,EL Q ,, r tba.. 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X . . :ts : ,if F ' - f , . . f SYN, . .1-.t - X R- N A as -.X xy ga V, . '- -1 -mx ' ' '--' on--' sl -8' . , f N. Q er'.--. wiv w N X X . 19 x O x A X . S .N F 24 X , -Q5 Y., ,- -Q .N A -x -a x W. S V ' . e ,, tv t . . v i T ts . ' T -. ff i t- cs. JKZVX .,. .... 32 ' . V' Q , , I 1 'Y 1 ..iQ.,i-1 xg 353 A191 ., . '-QT : Q N ' Fx.-, ,ff . . 'Q 3 39 5:1 F 1 .. -an .- 9' 1 sts- v ...-M-1 -- WF ' .1 1 ' . Q .V . . V -P fi--. 253 , H - , stag g- , . A-.2 : -. 'R .Q , ,, -1 '--,- A' - .S f..-1,-4-111 . 1 il . V ,, H' A N il , x ,,........,...-- H A , ,., Q,,. ,- ' S A Q. . -, 1' lx ' ,, ggw., ,- Sw. '. ACC's tri-captains in action ll-rl Center Thurman Neil,. Hcrllback COUC11 NiCh01SOI1 shows Henry Colwell, and Tackle Herman Phillips. COHCSYH OVGT C111 fnlllfed player-the jinx of the Wildcat team this year. Rated as a pre-season "Best of the small colleges," the Wild- cats ran a gamut of iniuries, tough breaks, and top flight op- position in gaining a .500 record. Opening the season with traditionally tough EAST TEXAS STATE, the Wildcats came out on top 9-6 with Johnny Veltman and David Rucker, halfback and fullback respectively, providing the needed scoring drives. Moving on to Tennessee, the Wildcats found them- selves up against the CHATTANOOGA Moccasins who grabbed up six ACC fumbles, while sweeping the game 21-0. Reioining the victory line, David Rucker furnished the power punches racking up three touchdowns for a 20-7 defeat over LAMAR TECH. lCo'ntinued on page 2562 Qx. :Q Lia!!-is 31- A ' , I Q. l .' in ' .f - 4 - 2 1' .321 r' -- l 'irv ii . i f a: i- . TV ' Q f f-L ' J' , f . x s ,rf 0.4. Ur i 5 f f 1 .- K' :- .. K J 3 Q ,l , , , . ' .' . z v. . ' ,-,.. l -' Q- E - .- ' -gi o 5 ' - ' , . .- . 1 -' -p A..q 1 , ,l -, Q, . 5 o . l A A Q 'mg' Q V v . .Q N. ii ' Q l r is' Y F I. 3 K A Q . X N it 1, K xllv A E i X-Z E 3 5 l ' E I :. ' Q ......Qfs' """ NV' of .N Q X' ' J' ' Il? ,,-A . . 0 ' A , Q Ex xxx - ' . ..... Q l I ' .X f A S 5 I . 5 i S N: Sk M fees".-3. K t ,- 3 ..-. X X,-api, A Vw A . a : N -'A. W A - X 'xr A 5 my A, . Y, ,,,, . 4, l. 9 X xg.. v x wh , A A A A 4 fi Q y- ,, .. - 1 ' ., Y, M, N ., Q JN? A Bottom Row: Danny Fry, Fr. F.B.: Bill Bryant, Ir. L.H.: Glen Willingham, Ir. L.G.: Bob Towery, Ir. RT.: Aubie Terry, Soph. C.: Wren Dillard, Soph. H.G. 2nd Row: A. M. Dycus, Soph. L.E'.: Allen Gray, Sr. L.E.: lohn Felts, Sr. ERE.: Charles Brandon, Soph. F.B.: Bill Hill, Soph. F.B.,' Guy Welch, Fr. RH. 3rd Row: Iesse Harwell, Soph. L.E.,' Robbie Fleet, Ir. RG.: Albert Baird, Ir. L.E.: Dwayne Need- ham, Fr. E.: Bill Walker: Dickie Masters, Soph. F.B. 4th Row: Eddie Porter, Fr. RE.: Iohn Fletcher, Ir. L.T.: Dale Reynolds, Sr. L.G.: lack Griggs, Fr. RG.: Leo Owen, Soph. C.: Tommy Murray. -' . .,x -ri:iTk ' ' -' XNMFX .-. - '. LW A ...gsggt-...w-Q.. X . .- . . .ms . ,h . G wg s --Y' Q ' X-X : B. 3 1:- MQ - 2-18 - Q ,Q . -wi . ea -xg. 1960 'al ' QQ I Q X ' B4 ' ' I A ' Q' Q I 5 1 ' I . 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QB. 3rd Row: Herman Phillips, Sr. L.T.,' Thurman Neill, Sr. C.: Robert McLeod, Sr. L.E.,' Charles Richardson, Sr. R.E.,' Charles Wiseman, Ir. R.T.: Charles McCook, Fr. Q.B. 4th Row: Ierry Turner, Soph. L.G.,' Robert Birchum, Soph. R.T,: Buddy Rawls, Fr. Q.B.,' Dee Keller, Fr. Q.B.: Ervin Bishop, Sr. R.G.,' Ierry Smith, Fr. R.T. Wildcals 255 Guard Ervin Bishop headlocks an East Texas Lion as Little All-American End Robert McLeod rushes in to aid. Proving to be more unpredictable with each game, the Wildcats next ventured to California to meet FRESNO STATE where certain victory was snatched from them in the last minute of the game as the thriller ended 20-I9. Playing the heavily favored Fresno team on even terms most of the game, ACC was led by the efforts of quarterback Don Davis and halfback Denson Moody who exhibited pre-season potential. Burying HOWARD PAYNE in a sea of mud, the Wildcats gained a third victory notch for the season. After scoring 6 water-logged points, ACC proceeded to out-swim the Yellow Jackets for the remaining three periods and come out on top. Playing below-par, the ACC eleven were surprised by a fired up ARLINGTON STATE to the tune of 29-6, losing freshman starting quarterback, Buddy Rawls, to iniuries. Continu- ing their tough schedule, the Wildcats ran up against the stone line of MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN and were pushed back 34-8 with Don Davis the bright spot on the ACC side. Again leading the team, Don Davis met MEMPHIS STATE with an aerial launch tying for the second time the school record by connecting with eleven passes, but all in vain as the Wildcats went down 58-I4. Finally reaching their peak potential and combin- ing a great team effort, the Wildcats, led by Don Davis, David Rucker, Denson Moody, Leo Owen and Henry Colwell, the ACC squad beat TRINITY, a solid two touchdown favorite, 34-6. In the final game of the season, the Wildcats again play their finest in thrashing traditional across-town rival, MCMURRY, 26-0 and ending a two year winning streak for the Indians. Wild- cat heroes were numerous but among the most prominent were senior halfback Henry Calwell and iunior quarterback Don Davis as well as Robert McLeod, senior end and Denson Moody, junior right half. ACC pased and ran for a total of 354 yards rushing in finishing out the season 5-5. g .Q . HM ' G , fsQ51lN"sw 15' I 5? ' T, f- . 8 -Q ,E Cf. W. . ,fi fi. F' : s- . -.-.,4--afv.. .. r -514-s 554' I ' 'S' K' qlffiiki sf -.-:.' F9251 ff V- 'v 4 s 5 eigfigggifierva I " P ,dv if' XI NS X was , YQ X ., . g V , SQTQ . W . . X:,.g. , -sri! Fr.: iv ssbwesx Is-xxx'---f . N is I is I A" " wifi- X I YQ, A , i i , , or R ' -ffm" 5 All .. N its ' - . ,. .--qs.: N. 'P I" Sr 1-Tv: sfgflq-."-. . ' -.X Q-- . Ns""T -1551+ YQ: ' :VX --5 Y 7 SQ . -. Sf-' t,5:jvQQ.QM,? 5 xxx. XXNX QQ I X QX xi X , gi' ji. .,,,s.:'s'i'.: 1 gr is sg- E, g ss as 1 X X wi-Xqx .xvgssf--2 X X 'ix Right half Guy Welch grabs an aerial from Don Davis to score. Thane McKnight races to intercept a pass against the TRINITY Tigers. v "1 'T T 7 gr' 'F I ., ,f 4 J' .LJXAA ,, , ,sv ' 5 1.5 Q , I ll 'Q J Q 'dll' K l I LW f " A--f 'ri' - . . V V- x 'N I- ,fl ll J U I , . K I i 1,45 'i K., Pnf Y Q' . ss K 1 5 'ug'g'A.i,' .-4 2 as , 5 1 " 74 ' ' , ' 4 ' . 2 ,, ' ss 3 , ' ' ' ffl gl -ws mmf' S V ""'4.- l. rp MQ k,"4'fw 1- , 'Ili . S f' Q12 . f I 4- ' - . . f-AF.-fl f"3J"zf U f ' I ' . -191: MW, 5 .rin dr' A, k-,Lf N, 5 'y',i':!wgM 5 f- QA h A Au, :- ' 9,..' I, .W-4.,',vb n , , -, W L: ' ., .f kyle, 3' Rafi, ff-1 ,V 1, 4. .V -'Im xy , . . - sf . f . Y. ' 1 J 1 Q vu Wiz- f ' 'f"J1s5?f,'?i'f 55-.r. "H ff' 4' ' W -fs. . Y' 'Nfl' 41- 1-ffl 5' Mm S S, f N ww, V asm f .,1 rf' ' : ' ' Q sxe' , I ' U 5- J -" ' Al ty' , Q ' K : l 'lf ' 5- ' me he ,fx 'S or . S., . 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K., Arms and legs stop in mid-motion as all look to see if the iw, W: ,4V'A, Jw., field goal try was good in the MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN game. 21 is Denson Moody, 53, Leo Owen and 85 Iesse Harwell. f Ev Bobby Lrowery, se, 5 4, f ' ' A M ' ' 1 d 11 k . ' "W: A -, - ' Football In Action ,ZZ 14156526 M22 S 4' J- the field. , ' fi 32 Guy Welch loses his helmet in the mud as Robbie Fleet f74I .5 i and Charles Richardson 1811 close in. "' 4, 45.52 A l M' fm ,,.f- J 3,253 I up i 1 5 Mm 1 x X g in ROBERT McLEOD Habitual Record Breaker Mid-Bracket All-American end Robert McLeod is his coach's dream-the nightmare of many an opponent-on the gridiron, and basketball court. Since Robert set more records than any other athlete at ACC, we are devoting this space to a compila- tion ot his records and honors. x s -rs? ,. - .v:'.':eE. ,L 7 HIGH 'k 'k uk wk SCHOOL RECORD 1956 Texas Class B honorable mention All-State quarterback. Two-time All-State basketball player and All-American as senior when he averaged 35.7. High iumped 6'1" for regional record. Pitched no-hitter for district baseball championship. COLLEGIATE FOOTBALL HONORS 'k it 'k ul' tk 1958 AP Little All-American honorable mention. Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American honorable mention. Dallas Morning News All-Texas College first team. 1959 Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American first team. AP Little All-American honorable mention. Dallas Morning News All-Texas College first team. Ranked 18th in Pass Receiving among NCAA Colleges. 1960 Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American. AP Little All-American honorable mention. Dallas Morning News All-Texas College first team. Outstanding Small College lineman in All- American Bowl. Outstanding South-West lineman in Copper Bowl. Wildcat Football Records Held: Most passes caught in career, 82 K1957-601. Most passes caught in one season, 32 419591. Most passes caught in one game, 9 lvs. Howard Payne, 19591. Most yards gained on pass receptions in career, 1,946 H957-601. Most TD passes caught in one game, 3 lvs. Howard Payne, 19591. Collegiate Pass Receiving Record. COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL HONORS 7' Holds 19 all-time ACC basketball records including wk most points in a career. 1960 NCAA Southwest Regional lCollege Division1 All-Star team. Who's Who in Small College Basketball. SEASON FOOTBALL RECORD ACC Opponents Attendance Place East Texas State 9 6 8000 H Chattanooga 0 21 6500 V Lamar Tech 20 7 7500 V Fresno State 19 20 9500 V Howard Payne 6 0 1650 H ACC Opponents Attendance Place Arlington State .6 29 5800 V Mississippi Southern 8 34 6000 . H Memphis State 6 55 8000 V Trinity University 34 6 1800 V McMurry College 26 0 7500 V 1 i ES Hz by Z, 5, In the history of Abilene Christian College, Dee Nutt, head basketball coach, is the most illust- rious cage alumnus. His senior year at ACC he was named to the NAIB Know NAIAJ All-Ameri- can Team. During Nuttfs 'four years at ACC U 947- 50J, he made 1,143 points in 89 contests. This season Dee Nutt has a veteran crew of cagers to send against its formidable schedule. Guards Mike Allen, 6-4, and Buddy Tarver, 6-2, return to sparkplug the Wildcafs fast break brand of ball. They are ioined in the starting lineup by R. A. Wade, a 6-6 center, Wayne Shamblin, 6-3 letterman, and Mack Layne, at 6-6. Allen and Wade are co- captains of the Wildcats. BASKETBALL Dee Nutt discusses prospects ior the coming season with Charlie Marler, ACC Director of Sports Informa- tion and Don Favet. i 1 S Y x -4 NXQNNN N X W NW X X X Y- 5? g uv A x Y w.-Hx . , ,min 4..'4'1-'gig 35 .13'- - 2 4 1 ' ' ' wr " 1 411' 71 , ' -W E-1. " K 1.4 A 5. - 4, A .1 T.. , 'ff - I Nw .44 ,-.lzsgnl S yw-, Y x W-A 4. ,. . . ' .. , K X N . wgprf' yzw, ' A , x -fl --"'sfi"fx-S'."-:.r gg if sf - a - 311. , -.3?':1' I 'Q-P ' 3? we 4. ' ,- . X Q Q N 7 4 9 N N4 Y Mg, Sq 7 x E x 3 f. N wf X .-, .: -IW' " X '-wf.bYQt5' , N:i1..w5'f""R"' 4., -.MQ ,M ' 5 11555 'ff N V- K, Q, . .sq fs-QQfjy?'5 gia5,:z?m .YiQd4WFf.'Ef:l. .lf 6 wtihvifww - i .- ,,,,x Nm.: V , .. vw.-, -init-Ji. ' .S- 2: Q A- v - 1 4 .V 43.-' Z '73.5:' i i . -.' . B., .- :Y-1."::r x .. . 4.,- .-,ww ' A --R9.,.9,: . .ah f. u V 11 ,, se X V ..-5. , . ' ' 1 :1fi'91:1'f',..1 ' " ,:.-, ,gf ' ' 'Ys . 1 A R L ll x 2 Another returning starter from last year's squad was R. A. Wade, who scored a 7.6 average at center in past season play. Wade shared the 1960-61 co-captaincy and also was a high jumper on the track field. qs:-: g X ssrs sfese Q-5 -Q no Lib. :ff :'1 A It A :rake 'hen Veteran with three letters. Buddy Tarver was the Wild- cat's best ball handler and No. 5 on the ACC all-time career list with 940 points prior to this season. Buddy is slated for a starting job at guard. Wayne Shamblin, returning letterman, demonstrates his 5 dead-aim jump shot which earned a .446 average last year. Shamblin appeared in every game in the 1959-60 season as a reliet man and is expected to take over a starting assignment. is Y Q it 0 9 .... G f 7' If 'leg its xx M, 3 X .tax'f?Q. ' I Q' M I fiifu. ...A S 'Q M. r I if Q 2 .ii I QNX Y 'xi ,I ,. any I f -. I s f!! , I-a s 'Ol F' Participant in a lot ot action was Ed Gattis, a scrappy hustler on the deten- sive side. A junior guard, Ed was approaching his peak pertormance this year. '-vs I I Vx, t 1 l 'AW ""i l Ken Farris, a senior 2-year letterman, has seen only relief action his entire career, replacing Allen and Tarver. He was a valu- able team asset with speed and a good long shot. S U, C.Q X Mike Allen, senior guard, held the distinction ot being a Wildcat Co-Captain for the third year. Allen was a calm influence on his team and played all phases of the game well. He holds the junior season record of 466 points which placed him No. 3 on the all-time one- season list. 263 64 Gene Lamb, first year man, gained moment- um as a relief forward. -fa The surprise ot last year's freshman team, Dave Kent, won a starting job with fire and hustle. and ranked No. l scorer with 203 points for a 16.9 average on that team. With his scoring ability, Dave saw a lot of action in this year's tilts, A potential starter was Billy Wilbanks, guard, who redshirted with ACC last year after playing freshman ball at Texas Tech. Wilbanlcs was a member of the state IAA? championship five in high school, .qu O 1.1- qu --Q-. C2459 Don Edwards was the tallest Wildcat at 6'8". Another potential starter in his first var- sity season was Mack Layne who rack- ed up a 14.0 freshman year average. A ,, M-.pmt fwms QSM ' "--"""'.. "' cb- . 5 ,, Wayne Shamblin l22l seems fixed in an attitude ot prayer as Mike Allen sinks another record-breaking shot. Season Record Murray State Western Kentucky Tennessee Tech West Texas State SW Okla. State McMurry Arlington State McNeese State SE Okla. State Howard Payne Wayland West Texas State ACC OPP- Acc opp. 59 ' 84 Arlington State 68 - 61 54 - 59 Wayland ton 95 - 96 80 ' 76 SW Okla. State 81 - 64 57 ' 61 Austin College 80 - 76 88 ' 69 Wayland 70 - 68 83 ' 63 Austin College 74 - 79 71 ' 82 Midwestern 86 - 76 61 ' 52 Eastern New Mexico 95 - 76 63 ' 87 Trinity 72 - 90 103 ' 66 McMurry K2 OTJ 80 - 78 70 - 76 Trinity 77 - 74 70 ' 75 Midwestern 87 - 97 Mu-, Jef' X - W Q ' Buddy Tarver assists from the rear, as McLeod 6322 strains for a rebound. ,-3 Basketball is a non-body Contact "How's the weather up there gentlemen?" R. A. Wade reaches sport . . . -...X for a rafter against McMurry. - W "Aw right, you guys, let's hustle . . . " Coach Dee Nutt and the bench crew watch the action. 44 4' 35i' tier 45 Et 55 i' 532 1 iii: Wim? I g ,Al 5' Kirk Castleman, G: DeWain Rhoads, G: Murphy Rhoacls, G: lim Reynolds, F: Pat Agnew, Iohn Hover, C: Louis Stone, F: David Standlee, F: Don Avera, G: Gary McCa1eb, G: Nrckze Brice, G: loe Curtis, G: Doug Beary, G. Freshlhan Baskelball - .- 1 5' l With ca first year coach, Haskell fHackJ Sinclair, the Wildcat F freshman had a tremendous potential but were hard-pressed N to equal last year's 10-2 freshman record. Most promising -'i' 'X talent on the squad included 6'5" forward Jim Reynolds, 6'7" center John Hover, 6' guard Nickie Brice, 6'5" forward Pat Agnew, 6'2" guard Don Avera and 5'l0" guard Doug Beaty. The freshman played a twelve game schedule in which they faced "B" teams and Junior Colleges. COACH HASKELI. SINCLAIR l 266 AXUIQTIIA. 4-l.. plug A Baskelball Tribule The three basketeers of Abilene Christian College-Robert McLeod, Mike Allen and Buddy Tarver-completed a swashbuckling career with a total of 22 all-time individual Wildcat records between them. With an assist from Gene Denman who graduated last year, this generation of players re-wrote the ACC basketball record book in five seasons with the ex- ception of one mark. The lone record left standing was the best single season scoring average of 20.6 set by Rooster Emerson in 1955-56. McLeod, 6-5, 225-pounder who signed a pro-football contract with the Houston 'Oilers immediately after ACC's final basketball game, established 19 of the records including the career scoring mark of 1,607 points. Af' T 1 V. l 1 1 32: Hr. A A Robert Mcleod Mike Allen Buddy Tarver Single game records set by McLeod are most points 1431, most rebounds 1231, most field goal attempts 1271, most field goals scored 1181, and most free throws attempts 118 twice1. His single season marks are most points as a freshman 12651, most points as a sophomore 14851, most rebounds 13681, best rebound average 113.61, most field goal attempts 14201, and most field goals scored 11891. Career records McLeod holds are most points 11,6071, best scoring average 116.11, most field goal attempts 11,4171, most field goals scored 16211, most free throw attempts 15771, most free throws scored 13801, most rebounds 11,2371, and best rebound average 112.41. Allen holds these records: most points in a three-year career 11,2521, most points as a junior 14661 and best single season field goal percentage 1.4941. Play- maker Tarver did not go down in the record books, but undoubtedly he would hold the mark for assists if the figures were available. N w a . X. ,, .,'. . ,,,,Xf::31.g.,,..N, 4. 5 ., , . Efigqz-:V s.: QV, N, , ,K ffM1'S1f1:-L2::2iwm A , r . 1961 TRACK SCHEDULE 'fir Feb. 9 March 4 March 11 March 18 March 25 April 1 April 7-8 April 15 April 28-29 May 4 May 27 June 3 June 9 June 16-17 June 23-24 'W-.--l ikvir BILL MCCLURE, Freshman Trac If Coach Will Rogers Indoor Games Ft. Worth Southwestern Recreation Meet Ft. Worth Border Olympics Laredo West Texas Relays Odessa ACC, University of Minnesota, University of Houston, Texas Tech Abilene San Angelo Relays San Angelo Texas Relays Austin ACC, University of Kansas, Baylor University Abilene Penn. Relays Philadelphia, Pa. North Texas State, Howard Payne, Southwest Texas State, ACC Denton California Relays Modesto, Calif. Compton Invitational Relays Compton, Calif. Meet of Champions Houston NCAA Championships Philadelphia, Pa. NAAU Championships New York, N.Y. OLIVER IACKSON Head Track Coach Sophomore splinter Bud White leads the way home in the preliminary 60 yard dash at the W11I Rogers Indoor Games 'Q K W .T '-4sxi'?.,f, .-W 2 A, , f vii 57: N, ' 269 A Cinder Wildcats of 1961 ,.....3 FRANK TAYLOR had personal bests of 9,8, 21.2, and 48.5. The Senior busi- ness major's events were the sprints and the relays. W' x ,.-' 3:11. 1 as J 2 . K ,,:5 - t -,1A tt " " "l:Q? ,A 2 -Q ff Ms..e.,.x-:1-hifffih' Senior RAYFORD MclLHANEY'S events were the shot put and discus. 5 5 , .J f . 5 ws " A g 55393 1, ' - 1. X ' .5 .MA -v' PAT MCKENNON was co-captain of the 1961 Wildcat varsity. This Senior's events were the 440 and the relays. 6- 4 ,.a , ,. ,-Q , nv V, '-'.f'fL.- lhh, . 5 5 A X 2: L.: -QRQQA. R+ ' ' R N? 3 .. .s X - -we . ' --we--M - .138 . X wht if N SI q , if Q f 454 :V fr. ,fe 1 Q 3 . . . igirii :st sf P. -sei 1 KX I ,ff fiii I ' '! ROBBIE FLEET, is one of the few two-sport letter- ,qjiifgizi-' ' k.m'?'lfl .1 men at ACC, Ifootball-trackl. His event was the H. ,,,, .. my I Y" " ' discus. 2 70 AI., .- , A K' if A, 1 , J Nl R9 1 ef ,iv an A fy! M , ' ' . -'- :QR .-gifn - L-,iq iff fs' 'Z' ' -i ff' i ' A -A 195.7 af .wmffti Aw' ! E, Q-1 A' X, Co-Captain ot the 1961 Wildcat varsity, CALVIN COOLEY has a record ot 35 wins cmd 10 losses. His events were the 120 high hufdlesf 220 10W hufdlesf and 1' SIUYS- Good speed, drive, and hard work have paid ot! for this 5 8 vaulter LEROY CULVER, who hit a personal record last summer rn the Oregon AAU with a tie lor the title at 14'6". Alter excellent sophomore season in 1959, BUD CLANTON missed most of junior competition due to an accidental gunshot wound in his Ieft hand. His events were relays and the 440. Olympic gold medalist EARL YOUNG was the youngest U. S. trackman to win a gold medal at the Games in Rome. His events were sprints, 440, relays '---.w7- Q . EARN. Q51 -: '.. ', ju,,:.f:s- .f ' ' ' ,sf-39 . '-xs-.'- - " x D, , . , -tee-' ' ' "A FFR Y H1111 K . 1' l Q 9 F 1 ' , xg-, I WI. A. 5 I, ,z if . f 'Q' " x' 1-' F-,,,f 1, .-ess . W i Q .iii gs? is was ,fc id ' X X, , f x Physical education majors IAMES NEELEY and DAVID WHEELER-varsity hurdlers. X -1 ...WWW X .,..u-lv-"""' Undefeated at 220 yards last year, one of the na- tion's top dash stars, DENNIS RICHARDSON sprints and enters the relays. , :U f F? - ,X : 631'-X x- 54: ,,, gr. , 4. A ,X 'X AZ, ,,,::1 - Nga . L N . ,Q ,254 ,S !'. 22' 5 K' , y 'iz ,N 4 ' 'wg 1 A K f " N? Q X , .- V J-Narxllix N' 6 - v- ii XXXXXX ,, . I V ,wr , -' - 1 X-gg , -rx ,X 's ,Q 4- ALAN YEAGER fiercely concentrates on road work for his specialty-broad jumping. ,NN , X X , - wgesn .X ,, - ,. ,NX . . gf X, yin' X X -.,X X Q- NY 1 g . ..X,:5- 55 ii 'N ' F. .r is -N - ,.-gg! ,XR -K R , " 55:3 ' J, f , f .-222 QTEIYSK X , I . F W ' ,iff X ' .:X,.. ,. X ,,,. , X XX ,gg A XXE:X5e5,X4 XXX! is 1558? ' A XV ...x X-Ar X ,fQf13,' X 9 We wr Pe' -' 'fbi .. , W , , ,ffm Q 1 I ' -. Rf K x 'K X' G ' .X .Xi X. A Q X 5 -XL' XXX. I A f wrQ?t.f.fQ ,lf ,' - ,gel W: I ,sk -.1 rs :Ax ,v - KN v - . r., . . X . .. X. X , 5 NX- IIN-,Www , , Q , WX- X, S A Xi n w" I 1. l .W ---- N , 5 1. w Q- ofkx S ' 5 5 ' N331 X i. ' X, .X X 1 1 f.. XX 3 ,AX A w,.f.w'E , X I X 1 J, fl ' ,auf x.,,,,, sl l ' ' - . ' ' ELVIS ISTRE had two all-time ACC BUD WHITE runs sprints, mile relays, freshman records, l:55.6' for the 880 220 low hurdles and 440 hurdles. and l:52.4 for 800 meters. 272 Physical education major I AMES BLACKWOOD ran the 440 in 50.8. He runs the 880, the mile, and the relays. .' - x "JG" I t f -D a Pip buf S. as. 3 , K X W K P V XX . S- ,...., ....... 1 ' ., V? .lx Gr EMMETT ESSIN trimmed his record from l:59.6 to l:59.0 in his freshman season 880 relays. A .4 1 1 . J r P . r 1 : ' .N , A 3e,,....e1'Z. , .0 he t , they 'ig' , - " 761'-li , rf' x 1 s .V J -' .ie rg Y. . , '- Q .. ' X ' t ., if r I . .v N.. - 1 s . 0 iw12f' . It b I , l X ..f f - 3 - -,N e- A 3 , ' V E 1 .92 X 'Fi . .l x .:e,... ,,,,.......... A X , L34 ,,,...,....-- g Y- -A - Y, Q IOE ROBBINS' events were 880 and re- JOHN LAWLEH holds the ACC records lays. Ioe was leadoii man of 1960 of 9:17.9 for two miles and 9:09.0 for freshman mile and sprint medley quar- steeplechcrse. tets with cr best effort of 49.8. SOPHOIVIORES 1 Fi , ,, Freshmen i - . if ' 5 0 - - at we : . ff: , X i M 3 - S I I' - X f- -V' s , 0 fl + ,gen 554. 1 5 'E+ 2 '16 i - '-aff 1 4 , ,:,:'N5. . ' I K .- '-:fist - - ' 1 " Q T 1 fgewq p , 3 . , 4 g U K .1 V' b y """""'l' " 4:5 A S' NV A W' A Mfg, E' ' ..-f XE, H 4 . ' K A sf - .S .5 E-uf, : "".-, 1 Q 1- . 1 W . ' "" " ,T 4 hnl - G5 'Q Q .4 'awww 5 if. R H . . . ,. , -fr. ..., ...MU v-W-,,,,,i . I - 4- -'.: ' ' I -M DENIS MOORE holds an all-time school record of l4:48.6 for the 5000-meter run. He ran the mile and the two mile. Billy Pemelton Eddie Wiggs Walt Davis Bobby Hargraves Wayne Reeve Mike Smith 273 - xg, ' i, 4, , 4 X f . gn gt -45" Earl obliges aspiring trackmcm, Steve Moss, with a coveted autograph. EARL YOUNG, 19-year-old Olympic gold medalist, was the United States' youngest trackman to achieve this honor at the 1959 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. Hailing from San Fernando, California and Abi- lene Christian College, Earl brought honor to both by sprinting 400 meters in 45.5 seconds thus helping the U. S. 1600 meter relay team win the coveted gold medal award and set a new Olympic and world record of 3:02.2. Abilene Christian sticks out its collective chest and congratu- lates Earl Young for his athletic achieve- ments. The hills of Rome witness victory day for Earl Young 'E - I ,lillkuc l The gold medal is publicly exhibited by Cullen Johnson. Oliver jackson, track coach, introduces his proteqee at the "Earl Young Banquet." and li --nf xnaanvvlmrbanrts unwin- 5 ..-A .x . ' V Aiillxffma-Wayan 5. "' i ,. e2QlQ.'.Qs: SY ,A 'lil " J iftl is.-' wwf! is , i 2 Y5 TN i , V q-:'-'IH ',,., ' ' ' - 1 V 'tr' 4, 4'-. 3 w r Q. . . - , L V ' ,- , . 2 ' . . ' fs, "" J K. I ... . " ,. 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The team's hitting power, as described by Scruggs, was better overall than last year. Five pitchers returned from last year's team, and they were ioined by fresh- man Sam Carpenter. Freshmen Corky Waters, Shelby Copeland, and Pat Morgan vied for starting positions. Kneeling: Sam Carpenter, Richard Patterson, Ray Fulenwider, loel Gilbert, Ronnie Reeves, George Roger Hall, Alton Waters, Pat Morgan. Standing: Coach Scruggs, lack Pitts, Dwaine Hargesheimer, Muns, Dick Moore, Gary McCaleb, Ronnie Martin, Victor Kubica, Roger Dorsey, Coach Ed Aaron. l ' . l , 2 -wi' X 2-5 s -1:1 :sc I . , ' QJMHK-V t l 1 L I' I I X l s . Pl Q. 1 r x L S 1 4 1 K . T , . I- I 1 , ... :, , - 'M' 1 n.--'wi' -,... . -V 1 ff M ' J ' f .--Ig r" sk' 51 " I n f .... s . V A Z ' - 9 E in ' .X Y, I Q if . .I , 5' " .,,A , 4 1 4 X 5' ' - , , 1 N A N -- V , Aja 1 X 1.1 V 1. - ,. -,g"k 41 A " : -..Q ., ' - sv 'I are 5 - N- , 14? 1 '-vfff ff," " I Q. 1' .K Q 'QA R ' f-if. 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Total BASEBALL RECORD C1955-591 Won Losl .5 .... 12.... 12.... 13.... 16.... ...58.... 1 5 6 5 7 24 277 OUTFIELD: Ioel Gilbert, Ronnie Reeves, Corky Waters, Roger Dorsey. i S ,ff x . . Q X J - J " .7 M M ' 'F -M A in M J 3,5 ' h.. H N QA sk i M - t W S. 2 X li 3 A Ab ,fn 1 fill M ' ' cf is 2 l l V ,. i N X ' ' , 5, I .xjhui 1- M 5 " A 5 -.1 "' A h ,D , . ,.,. l sk 4 fx fi: ' -- , ' ,- , I r - ' 5 E as-fr W A l 9 LQ. . K xg -Q 1 L V H ' , 1- -, . -rv.-3. 4 1 z ,' , ,i rigs q t- f Q ' f A - fe- Silo-'fr' X J. , ,I r 'W ' "N - Ai? ' T3?-fg-Q ,-T135 " A ' iff! r "'f'21'.Q- 'T-N - 'V . -V , wv.w:. V . . s ' U , fi. V '. . 1. PITCHERS: Dwayne Harqesheimer, Sam Carpenter, Dick Moore, Nedom Muns, Todd ' ' .Q , ,ji --'Y ' ' i Q " " 1. l . ' X Miller, Pat Patterson. . 1. ' , rf -. 12.1 ."..'Q'f51 ,fi ,g Ig.-'xf"1 j1l3fQ'9,j3 , ,. .-,: -. Y- '-,'.'3IvI- LETTERMEN: Ronnie Reeves, lerry Herring, Ray Fulenweider, loel Gilbert, Dick Moore, Pat Patterson, Todd Miller, Nedom Muns, Dwayne Hargesheimer. Position Divisions INFIELD: Kneeling: Ray Fulerrweicler, Roger Dorsey, Pat Morgan, Ron Martin. Standing: Jack Pitts, Gary McCaleb, Victor Kubica, Roger Hall. 278 XCNN INFIELD: Bill Herrington, Ierry Herring, Shelby Copeland, Pat Patterson, George Ezzell. Q. 5.-. ,AHF .ng LVD.. O a'-gl ,pg Q2 Rv ' ' .4192 - v-. 11,4 il 1. 1 .f. - 3 X 3? .C 4.1-f. . ' I 1 V! , I ,. . - X.. r f - , 1l' -' - fx 0 3 Q, ., + , 9, . I'..f7' ' if f Q, , -s- -,.. ' ff' - fx N .,-, z if ,. , w -A1 'Q ' '--if ' ' W ,J r I ,Q l X l E D' V Q 4 1 I -, .. f 0' , . 4.14 if r. -. , V,,.Q'o, , .',. i : , E o,:,:...g. D ,Q-,.o 'X g , ,- Qooouvfos SO X , ', 1 A' 5 '..C'w'n:v:i 4-'t ' ' ., -.Q',..'v AA., 5':'oAv:LQ -.l A ,'..:.., FQ- If ' Q Y ifffii f ,.. ' er ' l H . " into I l ' . '1 ll , . . 4 - sv 1 . W J 7 x v pw 5 4 A t. sw' -r -QQ,-'-J - A f J f 2 , ,. , 'P , h A A,-sf-, 3 .X 1 f f-"ME A 'I l 1 - + w e 4 A , , " Q "v- 'i ' 4 ' 'A -,:'.-ggi b. l- 55:3 x ' 53 S- . 5 , . 1 -K , Q , . , ' 7 ' -' ' '4 V A S 'Q ' ' l f , A v . B - :39 , . v 4 -lv' tv' ' """" 'A 1 ,,,.,..1 4 , N W4 My f-- '- f 1 - my W e -v Q Y . .4 , --W lv' 4 V4' 'Y C." 4-if 4 Y W ..--T---'fk-at . ez-M03 P' . , 1 1 k - , . .. V F . - . -f - ' . f' - , C-, ,ff - ,254-ff-+ ---' + t ,Q .r ' , I , 3, K- y -1 - ,fs--W . 5- 'fm ,A J ' ' ' ' -1 Q1 I , X . -W4 A 'M C' W H - w!geLt.r:: 'I---1--5'-""J V - E -..-fs Jfifsq. N ' H ,, '. s----' Richard McBride, Kent Comolli, Stanley Murray, Dwayne Chatlin, Vic Hunter, David Rix, Neil Carroll, Coach Dwayne Hart. With a new coach, Dwayne Hart, the ACC netters, shaped up to be one of the outstanding ten- nis squads in the state. Among the prominent figures during the season were Kent Comolli, Neil Carroll and Bob Armistead, with Comolli and Carroll lettering for the fourth year. A' V -. J 1 46, -fuss Outstanding doubles team, Kent Comolli and Neil Carroll in action on the ACC courts. ' in iii if it V . is xi: X l L . .. - ' fs ' f as , is l I 3 "' l :lf ' .': 1 E I l l l l f ng ' s.. i 0 , . 'X i ."' --' ...M W -a .- , if. A P X 5' ,1- xs, I. A ,,.-- 2 ll ll 1' , .-. 5- 1 fr, I, -.Mfr - :, L K V W - nf nw. W ,. .v 'I . 5- , ,., Q5 J! 1 twig: Q' - fp .V 43 is 12-113'-"'.-".-f. . - ' ., --:N ... 35 f C ' .a-s,:L:'fs-swikiss nj-is 'Fu , Gwynneth Curtis, Dan Danner, Coach joe Marshall, and Cullen Iohnson. Coach Marshall takes a swing. GOLF Although Coach Marshall has three lettermen re- turning this year, one freshman will be in the running for the number one position. After one dual meet and one tournament, Marshall ranked Nickie Brice, Robstown freshman, as number one, and senior Gwynneth Curtis, number two man. Seniors and one-year lettermen Cullen Johnson and Dan Danner were, according to Marshall, about neck and neck in the running for the number three position, while David Duncan was number five. In 1960 the Wildcats tallied a winning 9-5 record, the second best since Marshall started coaching golf in 1956. 1 a BADIVIINTON Sue Bedford and Bettye Campbell not only are keeping up ACC's tradition in the badminton circle, but are also establishing a remarkable record of their own. Miss Bedford has won a trophy in every tournament, while the doubles combination has racked up numerous trophies. Likewise, the doubles team of Lea Moore and Mary Haltom has been ef- fective. Mary Haltom and Jeanette Harper, both new recruits, are making progress. The badminton girls enioy a wealth of experiences in traveling the bad- minton circuit. Miss loyce Curtis, Sponsor of the badminton team. l i l Lea Moore, Sue Bedford, Bettye Campbell, Mary Haltom, Ieanette Harper. g-If -.. gf: af Q1 P 1. 'n f 51 . I - ' 1 ,X 1'- Ar- I A , ca' CM fa A will Q .5 ,, , ft:- 'qui 1 1" .5u.,.i::s:Uf1"' .1 1 .-,., N v N: w rx x D, X . -4. 1:-Q X15 X . x .Ng .1 Q x A N X N x , x pil- ,w a ' , lg? W ,.: x .er .., 4'-. r , F ' -' 4-S? 5x 55 . if ' xx +331 u e 2 NS Um: 'N xx X: SAS: www-.-..x-,N-5 A . 'X A. e Q 1 In both the men's and women's intra- murals there were two leagues, the club and dorm leagues. The so- cial clubs and the other clubs on the campus made up the club league, and p I a y e r s from ea ch dormitory wing and the barracks made up the dorm leagues. At the end of the regular season of each sport, play-off games between the two winners ofthe two leagues were necessary in many of the sports. Haskell Sinclair was the intramural director this year. Mrs. Dee Nutt and Miss Joyce Curtis were in charge of women's intramurals. Galaxy's Cullen Iohnson, David Duncan and Larry Marshall get in rebounding practice. The Basketball Tournament started in early March with the faculty and the Sub T-16 as favorites. Richard Patterson clears a path tor "Wong" Hunt in the arch-rival game be ,- . ii Q. s y .,.. , s ,J ' "Y Q 2 -1 ,1 ' - '- ., .fini-fr... 5 - -,r.,r.v 1 -1- L- .Ml : .N 3, H Wffff ,5- r ' - V -1 V Q46i7UiSiMBswsssi P' l L- . .- m-.csurng-any . :Q Q -.1.lr1tI..2.sl . 74, " - ...A.-34- , Q he--.., is Mew tween the Galaxy and Prater Sodahs s ix .i :fi ' . 'S-.-,. . .. :'-. -. .... ' ." -"."",. 4 "1 V -Q'-si-1 , Sxrwyg ,Sf-..f-5 V ' cg-f.-1:--.,--f 4 "' -r .m'+- 3 Q is -. -. .1--W4 -f-fa 4- , vzvvw ""1B"f-' A ,..-,-pf.-v .- -nl. .xl Y .-.J 1 m ",.1gi.'x nn.,-,, ,,,, . .-ff-5-Q,a-.,, L. Y - X, . if -a. s., ,. - "g,,.-...M-1 , , -.4 43. ' Q -a1:s,?"f'rf -, W .cw up ,-'gtfu-f - R 'g'2Lf.'+:Q4-si 455' .:'l?1lY'Q'.-invert' , 0 A 'lw' - T '-,ll d. .."::f .' ' "fn iff"-" "wif-f l rim un, .'itfP"li?-t:.- "v.!'v:w nw-f f+-. 'sf wif: xi.. 'aff-vw . . Q.. V H .-v'..l.,,A 4 ,H - -rag -'ff Vg, ,'-Q-5- Q- S '.'..l'.,.:-fi?" t' .107 -Mi y X M 'l-',..tf - nm? . - r ., .2 , In 1 s I fm-sl P l 'Q- J- ,ilk .2 1 . .-mmhqmm xv .fini as F Hg 'E :v Both in the club and dorm leagues the races were very close all during the year. Galaxy and Sub-T were running neck and neck for the total-point crown. There were a bout four teams fighting it out for the honors in the dorm league. These are the winners in the winter sports: Football: Sub-T, Club League, Bar- racks l2, Dorm League. Vol- leyball: G ala x y, Club League, Barracks 12, Dorm League. Horseshoes Singles: Eddie Tarbet, Galaxy. Bowl- ing: Sub-T, Club League, Alleycats, Dorm League. l l X l,- l :Qi l Ei E ix g " 51 3.-'X ,. 1- s, . cg ,5 Q --Q . .L xh 1 N- E P x S 2- ' S tl ' ,I ig I -J A-v--" 2, ef ,- , . IQI. .i - ls fs:-ss . .ggi i f t, --tj: pi... - Q Q 5- 1-- -'-S NT X , fi I "-' ' - - ,-1:-',. W5-. X M . .,,. ,I .Q . . 1 . X . ..,.. 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M 1-ss-..-.N ,s,...uA-al, W- -.-s-..., , - .-si f IW' 'Nfe P:-..:fsw'1w -k - N . ts- -was .Q 'f f ' S- '- -' -4 . , . 0 ss-fs N- X Y 1 ':' ' '.!S'sg+R. -as ' .-A T4-QESQQKITN9 f 'QCEFKSB--:f":r his-:T-fi:-Lv:... .- 'X - . X - ,. Msli. 'H X. Qqsilqc. 'Ns - -egg , gpg - ul., sc .ix,,1Hff"Q31'.-.gvswg g.-:Q - T-3:2 ...QS .1 Y X - - ::.T I '1+msfkr:.1.a,4 .- -rf?-' 'fuses rilsmx vfN..9mWss Right in there yells Ierry Carroll While Chester Harville and Danny Daniels wait their turns to bat KCatcher IS David Huckerj gets the job done. for the basketball. wh ' 'c Muni: C xi mi Danny Huddleston's form may not be very graceful, but he "Someone get a ladder" yells Donna Wood while battling X. . 5, ' F P , - I , ' .3 l Q- , I x ",: Z if 5 X t Qs, r 4 1 e- 5 ,Z- 5 sm '2",,,,g ,W ,'N' ,. -. ..,,,., , AA , A 1 AA A "ly,1.a - LA. .V -101,3-.-. 1.5 4 - - , A .A . .-1 . N . s ,, ., f-,-we - fs -. . 5 ," 1 , '. '--- - ,, , ' 3' --if '.S.'47.y ' -gli, 'A ' 1,5211 , . G- A ..""z' ' ' ' ' .v?,lrvfi'11i L' f 'I 'A Phi Delts' Glenn Beustring and john Herd are looking up to form for the Horseshoe Tournament Lawrence Marchman and Bill Seabrook are Wait- ing for their turns. Some of the boys get in some practice before the tennis tournament gets under way. n I i X , w - l . Frat's Don Black grabs a pass while Galaxy's David Duncan defends in intramural football. B 'Sewer' g g Q ng n . A. 3 H X : Q X . 1 .,,, , , ffi 1, 4 l X I fd as L All r 15 , ' ' x - 7' Jfv: ' -, mi... 'sv-rf 1 ff-. na- -, r..... -.- .r.. A A Q - M fx, A .,,.. ' N ,mt .b ' ' l A y ' ,A -k!".1-- V A ' .A gf-:A-MQ' I -':- ,,..c , , ,. - 5 Q , .A ,. -e ' 'sal.f'+. r ws. vw af. ,X . AN. 285 :mann ,,.u-f2i-A AMA MMA lA!! 6 -A-V A W A A A AAA! A AHA A AA A i A' " ' ' "" -"' " 'A "-' " 'A 1-"W - T" 'an' iff.. -.1...iii-.e1EA..Af-far5, I-,-QM, I -I H elif, --A -if--ef 4- ,f . A 'iif?.-?,e an - -- --f- f A - 4 7- AA 1 4 Fellowship. Ah, what sweet thoughts this word doth bring. Carefree get-togethers, ecstatic so- cials, expensive flowers, enlightening meetings, dues, boys meeting girls, brutal initiations- yes, all this and much, much more can be had for the asking. All one must do is join a club or have a club join you. Although it is a rather shaky grouping, We have put the social, geographical, service, and special clubs into one section. Acting on the surmise that all have the same, general pur- pose of promoting fellowship we applied cz slang lwe admit iti expression that approaches true art in the accurateness of its connotation. For non-English majors that means it "fills the bill" lwhatever that meansl. In this section are...THE... Lb- we ess Hlwvim- , Social, Geographical, Service, Special 5 iw ra i m .LN 4 - I Inter Social Club Council Gayla Lambert, Secretary: Ervin Bishop, President: Royce Caldwell, Vice-President: Not Pic- .ll I. N N L V il tured Barbie Wyres, Treasurer. l - Club Presidents 5 Z V I I if -i :lt in ' i 1 -. Keith McCormick, Knights: Cullen Iohnson, Galaxy: Ervin Bishop, Sub-T-16: Gwynneth Curtis, Frater Sodcrlis: ferry 1- McKinney, Phi Delta Psi: Harold Adams, Trojans. 51 i i ,Q I i 1 ' Io lean McGraw, Delta Theta: Gayla Lambert, GATA: Bettye Camp- ! bell, Ccxdettes: Verna Veach, Pandoras: Barbie Wyres, Ko Io Kai: lean Odom, Zeta Rho. i 1 4 I 3 1 1 Charles Nelson, Knights: Royce Caldwell, Phi Delta Psi: Gary Eden, Trojans: lames Gandy, Sub-T-15. 1 Carla Sue Horton, GATA: Sondra Smith, Zeta Rho: feanette Harper, Cadet- tes: Kay Shatter, Delta Theta: Ann Tucker, Ko Io Kai. 288 5. gn- si 'X 4 Fm? ff .LAN x , X . "'- 1 N ' 1 . ' .. or '.-' . ' 9 . ' , ' wx uf- - 1 4. '-' .. . . . -" K - ' x . ' x " x -r . Y .nfs Y 'N U , . S . sl xr' ,gl-.:. . . , Q.. X i- ., 3 Q w..-'.w -X INN. t J .3i,...,',4:.,.',M N I .x V. ,. . ? . , , ,F Z " -12:5-v. .y,.3::,..: . ' .N . 1. W g' - . S-fr' - - QQ. ,. ' .. U 5 T A-.5 2,13 , r 'A ' 2- i, .Q-N ' , ' ffl.-WS. -:'Gf?.':315fgfSv3 P , H dxf- ' ' . -- q A ' -Us '-Q, '.'g:'- -ig:-ggXQ,:.Q:4-:.,,gQ5,.q5:q:5. , . Y rj .Ska :. K - ., q 1 ., ,grp , NN' --X ' 'S "55FQ:i'Y.SSSl?QG:S' . J . ' ' F 'ff 'X - ' tif if N :Y-W-'61-:SF-XF''i13'ES35T'Q3Ski5-L11WFQE.-Cl?--" GQBQG- " s Q itiiifb-1x"'+5i'E.:-iE'FQ:QI. ' Q 5 ' ' .?1':S5.it3S:'3:'i9s. .TQTQS1-'i.?'?:?4,,-z"-VY?.I '1 -. . ,swf-1Q'1-Naezfhffzfrbf-" - it YS.. . X we X: lf b... : E53 K O l l Q A I I I. 4 A Bottom Row: Vance Gilstrap, lim Wilson, Iohn Lawler, lerry Bolls, Murry Sullivan, Mike Deason, Mike Bates, Bill Ridley, Leroy Culver, Bill Herrington. Row 2: Calvin Cooley, Iohn Felts, Aubie Terry, Gene Bristo, Emmett Essin, lohn Ward, lim Willis, Ronnie Chilcoat, Buddy Tarver, Nedom Muns, Howard Raqsdale, Ioe Bradford, Andy Anderson. is Bottom Row: Robert Birchum: Harold Adams, President: Dr. Churchill, Sponsor: Robert McLeod, Vice-President: Rex Glover, Treasurer. Row 2: Al Scott: David Clock, Secretary: Layton Black: Gary Eden, ISCC Representative, Row 3: Ray Fulenwider, Jerry Bradford, Paul Cox. Troians The Troian social club was first organized in 1931, and it remained active until 1954. In 1958 the club was reorganized. Some of its activities this year included the Homecoming dis- play, serving during Homecom- ing, ushering during lectureship, annual steak fry at Abilene State Park, intramurals, the egg relay, programs by new mem- bers, initiation, and its famous "Kangaroo Court sessions." This club stressed a relaxed atmos- phere which was most ably dem- onstarted in their congenial spring banquet. i 4, 1 T W -I X 3 so w ' 'SI4 Y Jill Anderson i i , 3- .. W , ,, 9 ' ,K r 31 an is It '-:Wx 1 E -. 'N- l iw - -- lx L Anita Brown ll ,ga g l , nn e fl ff My al . W- i . -fi' ' 5 Ginger Coffman .lo Jean McGraw President fhgolx nr ,Q A Norma Archer wi' W- . . Q 39, Sf A I xx' Emily Brown 'xl' a ' X 'X sl ' R-.L 5 ,H ,, X an . Xe, Marilyn Colby ,'..,,-x 'gp-.-Q 'Y , U8 l xg -If Xa Q .K r X , J 11, Linda Sue Barnes ffilal . gr N -f i QM.-,T wi W. , SP. ,Au I rx.. ,av-N s xg.- -06 GN ,aes 155 Karen Carlton C R 1 il . ,l ' ..- - .5 ,, s i pr l K 1. X ' Rm J 1 1 va v 'R Glenna Collins Jeanette Hughes Kay Coleman Kaye Cummings Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Della Thela --xp , X -' .--Q .vw-X -X x 'Ke X v +. rfb' X .f s :QM -794 V-Q ' Q. x X Sm X we X . X skis - I Claudia Chambers , w . ' . 1 ' xg Q . . r.-..,N T-N 4 ' X 'f K 1 :-V - A 7 ' x C, A, X... s. - X. Barbara Davenport X N - "ilu .-1 Ft-11 rf- 1. W b y-xi,-i - I Q. -A 5 4: y ' 4,2 es ,., Qt x fg ,. A 2, 1 ' - 4 1 - ,pr 'li 1 , ' s Q , I '-may firm- . --... ,K x A- ..-N-.Y .,.-A--f fel r so C as -re- '-fb C G 1 . I , ' ' V Q, .. ,V Q -- Ny-.- 1 E Lorraine Freeman Linda Gilliam Darla Gloff Mifwllli GYBBHO I 'X '-Hi-, ' . 'Ai " :six ' J Q . Q 5 ' v ' ' l ' "C ' 'Q - V X A - L . - vt- ' -, ." :.'l-42.5 , xx , " Rh, ' if ' Q' ' ss '- 4 ac. J Q Mm- - -J V. T63 J 'RA fe 'ISA . R vm N. 1 - V f, Q A Q. I 'A S. -xx V N X. - Q ' , -to X Sr Yay Q """" I , , . g..- LI , " ' A ka,-' - e s lib 2591, Jeannie Johnson 290 Weedon Kelley Martha Kirk Sandra Leske Sharon Emanuel A nfs' 5. -N fy C,..,, ..-y ky, Xe.. Sharon Falkner was 'W' l 1 ,Q Q- - flffi X N Liz Francis -.:.:,,3'M" 4 -N V 'wit' .liw r vl -A wx ' ,, Y , 1 " "X ix r. L s . .. .- . .-f ss ' X an ' . -Q Qs ,. . egg iii 3-my fgg es N - X , ...e . Q . ' X wQ"': '..,' X' "'T""" I i s '45 A - r fll - Y K L J Mary Beth Harland Doris Hawkins Tempe Jackson . L 55 fi-.SN W- -' ' w g J . V K I 'll Lux in s - F 1' gy N g 31 , , , sf. X C. .,'- . .V :- Y' X Martha Lloyd Jackie Lucado Rosemary McDonald , ,W sw ah? v' '4p 'Q' 1 X . ,f qi,- 4 ,dv 1 T - y -ff' iC"'Y'l A fx- '-.. Sandra Casey Goldye Lewis linda Yates Parliamentarian Chaplain Public Relations ' vii " 'iv' Charlotte Powell Intramural Director Delta Theta, with its purpose of broadening friendships, has directed many activities this year toward fulfilling that purpose. A "Mad" social, the Sing-Song presentation of "There ls Music in the Air," which won first place, and the mother-daughter dinner during Lectureship week were some of the activities the Delta Theta's had this year. Wednesday night sessions and "meetings and eating" ton gether on Fridays in addition to participation in Intramurals and other intra-school activities are some of the weekly activities engaged in by the lively "D.T.'s." The club is sponsored by Mrs. Orval Filbeck. - li i ' i e - mfs' 35 ' it I ' if ,-Q er , 5 ,M ' Ns 5, -1u,s"- no s U ,, I -vs, , EL Ann Punish Rosemary Phillips Elaine Plate -r -.- ' rr M- S. '-. g ,arm Ll. ii Gail " x l K Q, Ja 4 1-'FT ,iii H -efxt a 'N' ' ., Beth Sassman Kay Shaffer Mitty Smith Qual . - V far' S.: W SQ T ' A-fx 'K "-Lb - . 5' . Linda Travis Gloria Treat Kay Walker Xa. 4 Q is A ith if' K 'F"M' L, ev if v l X3 1 A M' lg wt' A 8 ,y fr? 'X 'Q T -N 'Q' Patsy Mansker ,,. fi H -sr :, ,af X I A 13 . t If YY' Janis Morris ,. - X ,fi 'T-sf T1 . .,t Q, -Yi ' W X as 2 I, 44 ,,. , Ss, Wtjjf 3 Dee Moss Beth Park .- A' 'VV' N ' ' 'fy ' T -.52 ' N , -'sv' ' ' W QIQ, . 'Y N H , u "Sf Karol Potter Benna Reid Janice Roberts , :Q l i. , - , M: va. is lf 'N -f V fix. I K" . ' " 4' is pf' . it 5 "VY f, .... ' " - , L13 5 ,ww A' ' - Betty Sosebee Carla Spain Virginia Sturgess . , 5 ff as '-sie , We 45 lx ' 1 P Q .4 --to .n ' 5 eq.- -r-""'7 ' '. D .....1' ' ,J 'xxx R' , Wa' :,. -' 1' , Peggy Webb Dotty Whitefield Marcy Winger Ervin Bishop Skipper Sub T-16, the first of all Christian C o l l e g e Social Clubs, has made the 38th annual voyage of good ship "Tuscarora" which was the most spectacular of all. Stressing a relaxing atmos- phere, void of all the cold- ness and stiffness of strict formality, the tars and gobs reached the pinnacle of suc- cess in the extraordinary, tremendous spring banquet. Even another area where the Sub T's have shone like the setting sun in their sym- bol is in intramural athletics. "The Pied Piper of the Hill" won them a grand first place in Homecoming dis- play contest. Sub-T-16 ' if L X J . 3 ' 'QI' 'S ift' -j ii ' ' X 5.1 I "'- -'WHS z C if r l rw' J' -Q J' 1 " ' r 1' 'E' W 5 bl ,e A .,, w ' ' .gi fl tl Front Row: Herman Phillips, Second Mate: lames Gandy, First Mate. Second Row: Jerry Miller, Yeomang Harrison Beall, Quartermaster: George Russell, Keeper of the Seal. wg-yt 1 9 Hichard Myers, Lloyd Gober, Don Newhouse, Diclcy Masters, Allan Lewis, jimmy Filbeck, Terrell Thompson. C' ia,-' ,Avg px fw- E , -2 lim Morrow, Dale Reynolds, Dan Witt, Larry Kirkpatrick, Donny Bennett, Jerry Fleming, Maurice Cornelius. A. M. Dycus, Carl Adams, Burch Clodfelter, Charles Iacobs, Clifton Stephens, loe Ault, Robert Fitch. f"N r Q , A - , ' E ' -4- 'gr " - Mk,-1 ' .... E. Duane Purcell, Ed Gattis, Mike Fanning, David Rucker, Denson Moody, Carrol Moses, Iimmy Roberts, ' l e,.,,,f - - 1-Q. x ' 5 1 X. -1 Gary Verett, Eddie Anderson, Ierry Turner, lay Verett, Robert Hatter, Phillip Savage, Ian Allen. ' ,vi I-ea. ,. ' 'rfb " 'Q 77 3' G' xv-' I 'j 1, -' 'I' --. 1 , F -,, , , Y. X .. .5 1 fl 4 ,ef 1-.. fl Tommy jones, lay Gregg, Paul Branson, Iohnny Billingsley, Eddie Calvert, Don Gregory, Lanny Hester. 9 v r w I I , I Wanda Searcy Davie Herring Molly Morrow Gwynel Walker Sue Maxwell Pa! Davis Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Chaplain Chaplain i 4 1 r i l if i l I 1 l r l r 2911 -was -me Dewby Ray Co-Sponsor Gayla Lambert Carolyn Daniels l President Co Sponsor W7 Spring members: ludi Strange, Judy O'Nea1, Ianice Hickerson, Clovis Terry, Carolyn Gaines. A friendly smile, the familiar whistle, Red and white forever, closeness personified -this is GATA-a group of Christian girls striving toward togetherness, radiating warmth and lasting love for each other, our school, and fellow students. Robert Bruce welcomed the exes with a "Hoot Mon Exes" and brought a first place to the GATA's in the Homecoming display contest. The GATA's and their dates enioyed an old fashioned Christmas for their annual Christmas Social at the Abilene Garden Club. Monday nights were always a treat for the GATA's as they ate together and re- turned to the campus ready for intramurals. Sing-Song brought another exciting ac- tivity for the GATA's with their entry "Joobalaia." A wonderful year was climaxed for the GATA's with their annual spring banquet. Lt! Carolyn Beidleman Mary Sue Belew Sarah Best Norma Beustring Exa Clark ,S top .-f' ,Qt 'PCT Carolyn Comolli Pat Foster Judith Gill Ann Graham Carolyn Hearne Lana Coker Bot Holland Gae Holllfleld Carla Horton Kay Howard Treece Lowe Donna McCall Rosalie Roe Sandy Scott Angela Seay Becky Setliff Bm-hqra Smith '24 .-an 'nf' . 1 - 1 ! iflf E 3 First Row: lBratsJ Elgin Conner, Norris Long, Ken Coker, Roger Hall, Leland St. John, Bernard Allen, Leslie Park. Jimmie Roberts, johnny Veltman, Harold Siraughn, Mike Cummings, lim Hailey, Coy Conner, Glen Hamilton, lim 3: Frank Morris, Dr. Iames Culp, Rex Eatmon, Ken Wallace, Al Baird, Ken Wesner, Bob Randolph, George Oiluit, Gwynneth Curtis, Dr. Paul Rotenberry. Q5 ,f iz '9?""'N new Frat Sweetheart Joan Hudson J' i WWW rw- , u, W s.,.,. wg? N-...e 41. B N ,,,,,,,,,,,w,w0.f,,ff-'-Mfvf,-M . , FHA T SWEETHEARTS-Bottom Row: Dorothy Bray. Row 2: Donna McCall, Ioan Titlow, Nancy Iames Culp, Gayla Lambert, Claudia Chambers, Comolli, Carla Spain, Sandy Ramsey, Katie 1 1 X 2 :E in . 2 g iii r i X agile ia viii - ' E s 2 X 'QQ 3 5-2 5 qw - K gauge I - 3 if 5 3 .,l i 'I s ea 1 --J ' . i ,IRA 5 N ,fa x 14 -1 C 9 N C ' we fp 'Q . .3 Fraler Sodalis I l A hayride and a game night char- acterized the first semester activities of Frater Soclalis, but the highlight of the Frats' so- cials season was the fall banquet at the Abilene Women's Club. The evening was enhanced by the presentation of Joan Hud- ' son as Frat Sweetheart. Row 2: Moses Osborn, Don Black, Uan Watkins, l Boseman, Dickie Mathews, Gary Taliaierro. Row W Hall Triplett, Phil Pace, lim Bratton, Don Davis, rfb ll ',', ,,.,. l l - h ..., ff' xl E . . fb L Mike Cummings, Reporter-Historian: Bob Randolph, Ser- geant-at-Arms: Don Davis, Treasurer: Gwynneth Curtis, President: Moses Osborn, Vice-President: Phil Pace, Secretary. I Bryan, Carol Croson, Kay Cummings, Patsy Mansker, Ioan Hudson fSweetheartl, Suzan George, Lynn Mullins, Paula Hobbs, Kay Allen, Marty Carter, Linda Powell, Barbara Brewster, Plosaile Roe, Linda Olfutt, Becky Setliii. Row 3: Mrs. Gloria Treat, lacquelyn Lucado, Gay Bownds, Sandy Smith, Carolyn Laflerly, Sally Roscoe, Kay Howard, Carolyn W Witherspoon, Pat Davis, Billie Joyce Lavette, Mrs. Paul Rotenberry. il el 'lx :3 2 iQ 'E g f ','5 Pig , i fl w . fsalsfisiiii ,ls I 1 lE2"?ii xiii -iffl f'55" s .. l, 4-'l gs if ,S 4 5 get C V ifffigfwltr will gi f Q' 3 ,, 1 li ., .1 35 A, . Q - - -'t 51 ff- 213 is -fi 5. 1 ?fgf"e5 W"-el AI cg: m er. 1 Q., N in '..,-,xi .ZX Y.: - W, . F5 '5 ,..o elil Q ,t 'iff 'fel r gig' . , , ,ff , . if -"fl fb lp , l A 1,5 'Q ' ' l X Q 5 , "mfr: ,,. 5' S' g .f ..'.v , lv E- - U -Q... X 'M' Q in -iw -dm. -I" 'Gyms-'ff' -'Quad' Bettye Campbell Ann Sikes Virginia Bannowsky M'liss Crenshaw General Lt, General Major General Maior General 4 t l Cadettes gained a better understanding of unity, true friendship, and service this year. Starting the year off right, they won the schol- VU' Cim Adams QQ? ' , Y tlh . '-wlfgiwl' , A. tg arship cup for the third time. Charlie Brown and Snoopy greeted old friends at Homecoming, and Alaska set the scene for the fall social. With their "shadow" following them through Sing- Song, they went on to many happy hours at the West Texas Rehabilitation Center, the spring social, and the annual banquet that climaxed another unique year, xXx ,. .-mg-:K G S ue Be dford woe-Q.-H" Mary Haltom W::g-5:7 tv, ,e gli .te-W . Pat Bra clford 'ix 1' :ws 799 .,-5---'rf Linda Lambert Clarice Leverett N...--J' x NWN 25' 'QR illin- Carol Coldwell Evelyn Gray 81-A! fsffax Ki f.- ,zl I ., - f Q , 'S Qu-my ft 31,35 fa- 'fp X 'lol f--v'Y Nagy' -xv I Pal Halliday Janet Harper Barbara Harmon Mary Jo Bayless Brig. General Colonel Lt. Colonel Maior C no T Ne tt-ff fi' ik. I Grace Miller Cadeltes TE I I Q :n i Y,' .1 'J ,-r '- f 5 " 'ki ,Q if-w"'x' ---"" an 7' av 'V' -"W" Vera Jeanne Peily WU' dm-...,, Lea Moore 'Q 6- ...V 'WNY -Q., x - Gwen Walker .V wx 5 Q Marilyn Taylor w fy' 10' fzrrrrf' Virginia Reynolds Al, Janet Waits Qu -',- Danielle Robinson o1i"v"' ,- I -F A H- . J. Front How: Dee Tidwell: David Hughes, Reporter: Ron Priddy: lerry McKinney, President: loe Wayn Danchalc, N.M.K.,' Iames Taylor. How 2: Iimmie Larry Stiqer: David Sowell. How 3: Phil Spring, Sgt.-at-Armsg Floyd Odomg Joe Shollenbarger, Treasurer: Ioe Dalton, Secretary: Gary Hatfield, Vice- Corresponding Secretary: Glenn Beustrinqf George Loeckle: Larry Beustring. A 1 5 r' fi . ig 'i x Q 2 Nuxg :SS :-xi, w .ll , b f is f 5 nv . a Harrison, Royce Caldwell: Timmy Prince: President. Row 4: Jerry Eoii: Paul Weyandt, fPA1If x N Phi Della Psi Enthusiasm and aged traditions-achiev- ing a golden mean with these two elements, the men of Phi Delta Psi reached great heights as a fraternal organization. The spirited Phi Delts entered both the Home- coming display contest and the Sing-Song, and the black and gold of their athletes was a familiar sight during intramural season. Included in the more routine activities were mountain climbs, steak fries, date nights, and weekly Wednesday meetings. The year's ac- tivities were completed with a memorable banquet and the traditional singing of "Always as Brothers in Phi Delta Psi." ..x 'g 'I 'l..v""s,b A ,N V Theresa Glimp Secretary Neva Hague Historian s aw - it A - ' Q. . I .- , 9 41: A, "ls, X NNN lla Jean Boyer v X ,Q w X ff vii - X. 'vi X hx Joyce Stegemoller Treasurer 'G-my Jan Parker Parliamentarian Tkgf- to :, sl if Qs ,- A92- X ,, H -V Virginia Brack gf .. , ' , ' g f- . - A K, Yi x C L,h ,h ' a , 1, fig-ggvv ' ' gli, vi ' 'N-.N in - Sara Cave Jackie Choate , . fqfx Y ' ' in i an Q-Q. .cz . N-Y-' ,vi 1 xr Lynda Duncan Margaret Endsley Jeanie Odom President Joyce Walker Vice-President Ti . :s-P' t ,I Mary Wright Reporter .PV y-. .L E 'E ..gg.,, ,N S..- Mudie Cooper Pledge Master .-as-5, a, v, N t 5 ' as i ' ...new f I ga Zeta Rh0 The stars in Zeta Rho's sky shone more brightly than ever before this year as new and old members saw club membership soar to an all-time high. Through weekly meetings at Mrs. Paul Southern's home, the girls became a closer, more efficient group to excel in intra- murals and entertain the largest number of exes ever to attend the "Highland Fling," their Homecoming breakfast. Working on their Homecoming display, the Decem- ber social, "Christmas in the Clink" at Camp Tonkawa, and the comical "Donkey Serenade" for Sing-Song strengthened the many new friendships which the girls celebrated at their annual spring banquet when they honored the Zeta Rho Star. Lloyd Gober was selected by the women of Zeta Rho as one that they felt lived up to the five points of their star-love, honesty, loyalty, .. , 1 7 R! ,lin-V Y N ' ,P 'Rf '-ron cb frm., ' j. 5 as '-fl purity, and friendship. -X xv. fi 51 ' Ay Q A I, " 3.:,..,g.,i7 Norma Alkire Judy Alsobrook Lynn Bayliss -xx xt, . ' -.4 'Na t .ATR .lf"f.. fe. ":I'9f" 'R 9' x Q 2: iff NSS' N, "' sf N Q . I - I ,V . . MQ, :' A e , . if Y , . ' ' v' R if New X:-f Judy Brannon Gwen Bruce Shirley Campbell Norma Carden we J' -e l.: , f if ' X Q , il . - - 33.-ll,' 2 . 5: X 'l ' N H, t - vm' .fig X N Q? H 'hylf' Ruth Copeland Ann Cotton Juanice Cox Lyndell Dennis .i t5,.- "5lSi""F ,s . '. e . 1,,.s-N X . U ,, X' V ' X ' qui . " 'PL-. f- , 'X . Q 4 ,U v its 9 . l - ' - X rx , we-1 A T ,sf 1. wx 1 " , X N W ,. bg cl. - ' XX, . Q . f ,iuv X ' ' r , X' 1 , Peggy Ewing Rocilla Fuchs Sue Gleason Barbara Harrison W 1' 'es - l T X 1 , K 6 A JIU.. 4' 'Y S-.' fi xi-- Lawonda Osbourn A ' all 'S' - X 'vf 7 .. Roberta Hash I A ' Q fl , . J' ,M ,- QX ' ZETA RHO STAR s 1, Lloyd Gober ' ' Myrle Lane K ,, -- ,M , xg: .X A. V? I. I hr-.....N mkex, . Jan Martin Wanda McKinney Mary Mehorg . A A A, ',,w',ax -it N , . "Ta K N -, jo. -, 'ef ' ' it xi ' H 1 ' "5 X 4- Jw 2, . ' Q , vip 'Ui f IERK 414- H, 1. ,R E ' , 'Q X P f I 'Ren r P' , . an Shirley Payne Artheta Peterson Patti Roberts A ' 5 A f ' . , f- -1' A aa' 6' .. -'I' ' Sue Smith Anita Sullivan xxorrf, if .y . Jean Swigart Peggy Thompson , s. ,. in xii-'Y 1 s X - 'Br' ' gf ,."lx 1 Laverne Henke Q.. 1, ,si Judy Horn N x H , 5 , x I ,. V"' ls ,ffl Q 'Goff Sherry Lewis V? ,., , .Q X39 Jean Mercer I k . ... X I A X e. W. 3 NK 6" I . ," Ann Hinman TT' Sue Jenkins " . 1" , 3 '- YN -ef Nancy Mann .S' -f., 1 Nora Neeley f"'f',. ag,--. QQ. V -1 49. 6 " -X . ' V. 1 5 - 7 l . . 31 'Q "r , ,gy . L ' " Qfl V , -', I ,if ' fr-' Linda Scudder Sandra Smith fa ' X K 'S 'J S- . RW, I l V: ig 5 " " W4-f g We-V' my Loretta Tudor Elizabeth Vice 304 Knights God first, school second, club third-with this motto as a guiding factor, the Knights conducted a very active year. Their activities included Barbarian Feast in the tall, the Homecoming play contest, and the spring banquet with crowning of the Queen of Knights. Two noteworthy honors came to the club scholarship award and first place in the annual Sing-Song. 'x the dis- the the 5th l 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 f ' f 1 . I, YV Knights Homecoming Entry: Scotch Cool the Southerners -x if f if .JT-"' Im, K ,X .91 Kneeling: Hager Helgesen, Jerry Carr, Gerald Wall, William Castleberry, Willie joe Wilson, Doug Conatser, loe Maxwell. Standing: limmy Spencer Dan Onstoti, Robert McMillan, Larry Black, Tommy Turner, lim Tom Hill, Kenneth Burlcs, Keith Rizer, Del Scott, Don Baits. .J Seated: Lynn Tanlcersley, Viscount,' Keith McCormick, King: Jodie Boren, Sponsor. Standing: Dan E. Warden, Executioner of Justice: Wayne Carter, Knight oi Knavesg Charles Nelson, Knight ot Chivalry: Darrell Wall, Scribe: Tommy Pipes, Knight oi Filthy Lucre. 'MT -Q-4' Kneeling: Charles Beason, Nim Voellcle, William McCaughan, Charles Matlack, Billy Bob lohnson, David Lawrence, Boyd Tudor. Standing: Iames Darnell, Darol Bell, Dean Ohlhcrusen, David Allen, Maurice Peeples, james Welch, Don Rogers, Roger Barns. 54.1 ff! Pandoras T Verna Veach June Daniels President Vice-President X vw 'gm :C-Mr' 5 Q1-0 v . vc-'Y' mx "TT" ki. X aine Mickey Linda Corner Bea Blume Ruane Lester Shirley Kinningham Janet Timme Secretary Treasurer ISCC Representative Corresponding Secretary Historian Reporter The Pandora box was brimming full of excitement this year. The spirits added their quantity of zest, enthusiasm, and initiative in the excellence of "Wee Willy Wildcat," "The Elegant Yuletide Evening," and "The Wedding of the Painted Doll." With quirks of nostalgia we will each recall the fun and laughter and the fretting and toil that went into the hours spent in making this one of the most memorable years. Dedicated to the perpetuation of love for one another, the Pandoras take a last look at the year behind and look forward to future achieve- ments and, in their hearts, a fuller measure ot hope. Norma Jean Balch Jolene Burton Ann Capps Wanda Carter .A li l". :gilt ' fi 6 i Q. W N' X :L Q- ' :gif V45 QQ'- .qs-of-' Rita Chitwood Mary Jim Davis Angela Ferguson Pam Ferguson Htl' 'V 42773 , . as Pfi -5-N 4 A 1 r 'kt Q x N Xx 5' A XX QW lx 1 s ,www Mrs Monte McGinIy Mrs Frank Pack Clare Hargus m egg In rv , :. Ellen Moore Barbara Overby Betty Lou Varner X' ""' .- ?Yfx . fix., ,- 3233 Q59 '- f . 91:11.14 , Bill Green Charles Groves Bobby Hun! Bill Johnson Kan Lacy Cullen Johnson President George Miller Vice-Presidenl John Beeman Treasurer Ken Dye Secrefa ry Dan Danner David Duncan Phil Dye Gloclwin Gillespie Bob Beakley Charles Brandon Jim Carilhers Mike Allen Eldon Barreh 11llnv-rv' A-.zI:4 w li v i Alfie an-'Jw .air -9 f-in--'X 1,--'V l Galaxy Galaxy Men's Social Club has participated in many competitive events throughout the year. This competitive spirit was exemplified in their entering both the homecom- ing display contest and the 5th an- nual Sing-Song. The men of Galaxy have proven their versatility by being strong contenders in the intra- mural program. This year Galaxy's scholarship was presented to Bob Armistead. Highlighting the year's social ac- tivities have been numerous date nights, the Christmas social, and the annual Spring banquet, which was the climax of a successful year. fi ,. , r, ls, ,... f -...y 'U' p f Rodney lloyd Larry Marshall Mike McKinnis Ray Miller Dale Morris ng T339 'S-N N-r"'1' Todd Miller Historian Larry Scott Sergeant-at-Arms Dr. H. Douglas Dean Advisor Richard Patterson Robert Strzinek Joe Robbins Don Williams 35? 'eel fy- -K - ' . Ronnie Wright Jim Womack Jimmy Yates Doug Young Earl Young Barbie Wyres K. C. Doughty Joan Hudson Ray Wheeler President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms ' X x rrxv. --.x -- A A and I' N i X 2,81 4 H J K r . 4 'T xx x How 1: lan Loney, Carol Randolph, Ioan Hudson. How 2: Barbie Wyres, K. C. Doughty, Martha McClung, Nancy Hobbs, Ann Tucker, Mrs. Kenley, Iudy Ogletree, Stella Carver, Carol Pennington, Paula Bray, Kay Maples, Glenda Gentry, Iudy Swoftord, lane Iones, Ovella Bruner, Iudy Brandon, Rochelle Rockwell, Gay Bownds, Bobbie Marshall. How 3: tholdinq childl Glenda Fowler, Nelda Hunt, Lindy Merriot, Charla Granbury, Robbie Bog- gess, Ellen lones, Ray Wheeler, Kay Bishop, Linda McPhauI, Carol Raqsdale, Kay Allen, Beth Thrash. Standing: Iudy tSanta Clausl Ellison. The setting lor this picture was the annual Kojie Christmas party. The Christmas project for Ko Io Kai was to present the family pictured here with clothing and Christmas gifts and to share with them the evening of lun and fellowship. ,xv-Q, ve .ff sv 'N f',"'I" xXx Ygf' wr' .. .... X X., .2 ,I ,w Kay Allen Pratt Baldwin Kay Bishop Robbie Boggess Judy Brandon Paula Bray :X 3425'- I f ,Q is wif' r 1 ' ,N M3 -',Q-'Qwg'-r , I 5 -QQ " EH':L.l,' .3 1 B 'l1'fi?r?4i'3'il.il?f1'Tl:: xiii Ovelln Bruner Margaret Curtis Judy Ellison Glenda Fowler Glenda Gentry Charla Granbery 3lO ' ."l.2I,f:'4'121-X ,lu ...l ,pry i Y" fri --r 1' I 4' 1 X. ' IM ll'- V W : -'YY' " Q. 4 Gay Bownds Stella Carver Ann Tucker Nalda Hunt Reporter Historian ISCC Representative Keeper of Garter Mrs. Gorman Kenley Sponsor Ko Jo Kai . . . o club whose togetherness was en- riched this year with the addition of fourteen new mem- bers. This "little club of women with big ideals" entered Wg-Y "Brig A. Doon" in the Homecoming display contest and sang ci rendition of "Danny Boy" for Sing-Song. Kojies 2 ' --X enioyed two socicxls, ci Christmas party and cz delightful spring banquet during l96O-61. -wig ' mm,,3" 4. , -wav 4. ' .li 4, ' e - V. ggi,-131' 'ETF' 1 . ' vi ' l V - ' 'ta 1 f L Ellen Jones Jane Jones Jlldy Kenlldmer Q...-v ls. S Martha McClung linda McPhauI Kay Maples Bobbie Marshall Lindy Merriott .Q . ,,y KIT ' l 'V' Rochelle Owens Carol Pennington Carol Ragsdale YCarol Randolph Judy Swofforcl Beth Thrash Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed of college and university men who are or have been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. Its purpose is to develop and stimulate, leadership, friendship and service to the campus and community. Alpha Phi Omega was established in 1925 by a group of former Scouts who recognized the de- sirability of carrying over into their campus life the ideals and principles which they adopted as Scouts. OFFICERS: OK Reynolds, advisor: Iim Williams, Treasurer: Iohn Kirk, President: Chuck Matlock, Vice-President. No! pictured: Danny Baker, Vice-President. Bottom Row: lohn Kirk, Chuck Matlock, lim Williams. Row 2: Ricky Schmidt, Ben Loudermilk, Paul Schulze. Row 3: Leland Ohlhausen, OK Reynolds, Tony Roden, Lynn Nichols. ,f Z Z Z W' , x i f ,f f If fi Q 9- 44120 9547 A .Q X an 5. YQ . .-Aly rg. x"4 ' V , x L c if' ' t is Wi- ,a We f i JD """fl'7 Ci X -... .- ' - : t . f-:T ris 4' - XV.: . ' - ' ' -f': Itlrfii Ron Wright District Lieutenant Governor Lawrence Watson Charles Graves David Sowell President Secretary Errol McGuire Vice-President Tom Bost Gary Chumley Shelby Copeland , rg. J 5, 'l 3? 'N ,'LxlN"ii4 'ififrfitt-is - '. 3 ..w::S:'Si,5:j', 5 il rf? p Dan .lordan Larry Mansur .lim Ravanelli Don McCollum , . ., " 3555? N.. rj? ,fr is x N George Reese Robert Strzinek Treasurer Circle K Circle K was called on many times throughout this year to help at such func- tions as Homecoming and lectureship. The organization is not a social club, but is pri- marily a service organization. The motto is "We build." ln living up to the motto, the club offers its membership op- portunities for fellowship and leadership, as well as service to fellow students. Membership is open to all who have a desire to serve, and who are in good scho- lastic standing. Meetings are held each Tuesday, with varied programs. Jerry Pipes few Yin:- .lohn Wilkerson Q. '-JRPU Kay Allen .' '.'qffif lg. 4 -J, rw--v"1'P4Lf 2 '-nt.-44' --I ,- ,I 11 1 v .,"-...ah I Q' 355 9 I is Z3 ,Q 1 HS' Rita Bennett :li"?5?v3a' e 6, f ' '- u ix was 5 se r Cheron Campbell In , . a rg , L 588' Donnabeth Derrick 9- S . 'f-1111.7 a.dff -. '--v-'27 V? Roberta Hash , lux r vs f' Q: -1.x rs c 'Q 1 Y Y Judy Alsobrook gwwtx M 1? X Norma Bishop f" "'NJ12"'rl ,' yew XV 1: "' lp' 1 W K . .. Karen Carlton , .-.K C' T s"'..7"f 1? A 'Q rue! P3 r t -1.4 N, H -s fr sw . X x , -wifi , I ' ew Yvonne Fenner L 7 C W 1 .Nj 'iw 'V' ',,. TQ? 's, ' gs--f .w4'i'f df-I ,. , n'v,,5f. ff . ' 1.6-71--. , '., ' La Voyne Haskins 'HL "xx i -ASE i -"Wx 4 ...--. X Q , r -.A , . N. X ' 39,51 ' , :Q Y- :gm M, X ff 3,55 - A i we -5 4.1.4523 - X X- 3 G S'3ft'7i,S 'X , " x it Susan Jackson fx' - . ilg,.,x'f95:YQ1.AA,L 1:74 .Af ' . V. x , s .- i fx , ,N xx . xg t'- 1 'X',Q'4:' Nl- . .. , '- were V- f. '4fl'i1 ' .g' lp' l 1- 'rt' .f-- " i,ndf..., K Q'-lf ff - 3 .MQJL Tempe Jackson E -e . nu X 5-7 WS" X X 1 51' xxxvwgl.. .- gm. ,ysjntt I - ' l"' fIf"5-lil , . ,. Linda Bassett .. .il 3 x l " A 's yr X aff? . .N X Bea Blume We SEE? 'ff ww . ev, l 'wil iid " 'fi If .cf ap-.1,f. ., '- ,f fi. " nw 1, ,J Sara Cave 5, 9 S - 2 Q. ,. . -1' X , . fo , n 'JE Q Q Y oil ' e .,-if Tikt . ug: , 5, . V- K nz 5 U . .V .a fux:."f'1 Glenda Fowler YSES .cfs -' fs,-. . we 3 l Q P J' x X Jeannean Hise Sue Bedford 1, T ' 295' A Qaawsfw J QP W ew t. X Paula Bray tried, at P ,rf-. . ix v rf Y- Fig ., ., .V , 'f 'ua A 5 R f C t ,eE1f 1 Q 4 . E , Q. ,,. -v - ,i zz' Claudia Chambers ks FQ 91 or . L 3 ' 's.f-.egg . wf nQ , gi Carolyn Gaines as ,aan Gae Hollifield Z. ew ! Q . N ,,,gf?ek.'w ' W 2- "5 'Y sf 'H' . L lg as -as A cz X 4 yy J . .XQ5ggr A 1:5 tjbSQN5JQQL 53QiTTgl Jane Jones Sharon Lauderdale Miflwi Sena. F- , e., it - 'Ss tai' U N ' A . 1 V, ', we :.? Q. H fwnsgfigbkl iY'kS sash- ' Qwiffi MYXT Mary Sue Belew .K K gs R 1 J it 'gr 1 aff, , . N fqef fy Emily Brown ve: :-4 ,. . .I gy isiiiiaez Lana Coker 1 'f , .J : -. 1 . 5' P :-: . Yi' 1 .Q Vt, -1 I 0.05 A15 -' . l XT- T 'wry . mr'- . A ,ply Wifp fx - A 'fzfsif' X S 1 Glenda Gentry Martha Burleson JQNEQQJY A 1 T QL :if .fig xx 'T26 9 .....59,Qw2: il it" A' linda Corner Anita Gray 1 j .,,, 4 J -, AJ C. , .-- .P" , fN,t , .. NQV' - Q 3iNg.S?igsEawC ' elf5XSRW,lTQ Carla Sue Horton i ns J ,. '1 ' . - , was ., .. . ,. 1 Y,,fz 5 . m K w X X va' X nr' .. ' ...-gb ' , Ruane Lester ,Sys ir. -fvvrobt J -ee ,Tiwsiiiiiiw 'J N F on wx X x N N Nix Y QQ s Jerri Huddleston f'.Mek .-', in Q X . Q , , X :W We t fwnea .xrswife NY XL . YM, X e. sr - . xi ww . 561:45- N .... . fix Max OL, - '- '-ft-Z -fa. Shirley Lovelady .FW-1 . ' Swwa ' Q X-QW: . , 'B RNNN , X ., mms . ,,,,. M,.,.V zizfgiils fk . - QQQSSQQ 'G RWE, xxixxvx - J X x NSQSN X X fwg Six- XZ? E,! 731 ,YQ fi 1 ff if Mrs. J. W. Roberts Sponsor Jolene Burton gifs Q . A Q3 2 .4 Al 1 J -. 43 5 R Lv s Mary Jim Davis 1 ww ff X - .o x . .vi 3 E K, . 5 Sherry Gray -wi. . S I- o D : I c n. 10 0 :I 2,2 7:1771 eg- , , W K ,R Q , Y J 1 J' iff : N we Di Ann L' Roy xx . fir-fy, E xx , X Nw Fr 6 X , x NXI5g N X ,saifxlflil N ,srs J M. B .Je X x X J Y X N NQNSQ1' 'X 5 W . ' faux SWR J V- ' ll c..'1 ,,,.... V -.Qu-' s if 2 'H " 'N 'Q .r xg' :N ' s I 5651. . v S. V, x " A in 4 if,- fe X MQ c X 3' n l Davie Herring President Kay Maples rv. .Qi f x?-if. '33 la Wanda Osbourne ,ts sw' a' 235: :'. . Becky Purcell 2 ' x Mall? J .152 x ,j c .3 s-:Q .A - 23 .St Wanda Thompson 5 N X mf , gif , X .X ' A "HQ . Af s 4 ,, ' N P- tv f 'Q , new 05: An Qi ,' -1. - flag' si: - f f ye 3-'W 1:-:+::g -, ,V ,, III' Wifi N536 '5 P fi P ld nk. Q xg 1, -, ' ,Hit I : ex- R S S: ,P I ' we Verna Veach Doris Newhouse Elaine Mickey Marilyn McDermett Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Fall Program Chairman Campus Service Organization , 'ff' 15511 , . .C C ,3jf....qf' 'gf' ' ' f' l f 'Qs y. vl xv 'ff' Jig "f . Sify P , .1 J 1, vp- V 4 . , 1 n fw i,"1 X T., 5, j X P rl si' ' t Gwynel Walker Spring Program Chairman Going beyond the call of duty in service to Abilene Christian College is the aim of the Campus Service Organization. Each girl unselfishly dedicates much time and energy to make Home- coming, the annual ACC Speech Festival, Lectureship, High School Day, class election, and benevolent drives each a success. Organization in preparation for their services is set up at regular breakfast meetings Catchings Cafeteria. in At the end of the year an outdoor breakfast is served and officers for the following year are elected. Bobbie Marshall linda Martin Donna McCall Brenda Meneer Linda Morris 1, ' ,ff 3: I -. ,W 1.5! N K -N f ,.H.,f',.fi" ,,,fcA: . ., Q Tix a is - h L, , , T 'H he . ff' 4 ' , - . if, , A A am' 4 x X Y, --f .l h ?..Q tr A x, 1 A iw' ,. "S-vp ' r , 'Q' - ,. .'.... hw.,-HA-Q -,Ig N tg, :Me Sky- "x, wg , 1:5 -1- Na- .. -. , - , v Ji" ,c' , -. '95fs.. - 1 "f.'.,.i - ill' .. Rochelle Owens Artheta Peterson Linda Pharis Elaine Plate Linda Powell .,. Jeannie Odom ,:,f 'f' ff' Xxx' x ""7' Lavelle Prather . . ff" NL., . , .1 , .4 , . . ,J Aim! ,QL Q, , - -:" :5' W ' " I .I TR A it e-P so i ,. f... M-it J l x .-v sph: AM My .- ll, l 5 ' wffj - 7 ' id., l ' g if , X f - X. ' 5 A , X .i ' T. 1 l QU: vc'-ssefix , t Terry Roach Martha Roberson Martha Sloan Carla Spain Judy Swofford Peggy Thompson i Qi r gf ' - V W x ' , 'gif A if V A- ' ., x , i :V ' ,-Q, AJ ' An. ' :A . 1"" 'V X li 1' ? - , ' ly . f . .,. ,. , 'Ci ,ex gzti ag. ,AN In .TC ig ."--Q v 3, Y ,.f,'-J -,,, 1 it - ' V 4' Wi vw , i 7 i Z'-sc, , -XC e , ' QL35- gif I mite 5 fi T. i Joan Titlow Gloria Treat Mona Wilbeck Elaine Woods Mary Wright Sarah Yarbrough -A 4 'fjifjz 'ff Y. V r X ,-ff . X tr' vgiffxwff A 45. is ia r 'QQ Q Li v -s I -'Q I-X , Ar ,u w 3. z x . ,. s ' 'Q '-'Q .g -- 1 :qt Rex of Q , X i P X it ' t t ,aegis -3315 .. Vx- . ., 54 ' " 2. 1 i t pt itsi h if i: H, Front Row: Weedon Kelley Kay Walker Donna Wood Martha Krrk jane Kerr Gaye Hrclcman Carolyn Lafferty Karol Potter Row 2 Kay Iaclfson Suzanne Davrs Darla Glo!! Betty Shulk Ianzce Hzclcerson Lmda lsqrtt Lmda Trrmble Martha Holden Row 3 Anrta Brown Glenna Collms Becky Setliff, Ronda Smrth Pam Muense Carolyn Scott Gorl Ball Beverly Taylor How 4 Nancy Parker Iudy Hrll Sarah Martm Lmda Harrrs Dorothy Bryan, Carolyn Comollr Lana Coker Evelyn Summers How 5 Dee Moss Martha Sloan Mrtty Smzth Ruth Campbell Glenda Graves Elame Crawford Janice Filbeck pf ER 1.1 .:-1' rv. ,X X. A .X-.Aix-wk Q 2 N Stag-gxmv I 'P l E i ,, 1. A lx! Al i Row l: Sharon Fallcner, Ann Brazzill, Martha Caruth, Susan George, Katie Witherspoon, Sarah Baird, Iudy Iones, Reggie Leatherwood. Row 2: Mr- lissa Starnes, Doris Hawkins, Betty Vaughn, Dottie Whitefield, lanie Smith, Peggy White, Martha Lloyd, Ieanie Johnson. Row 3: lane lones, Liz Francis, Marty Carter, Peggy Webb, Lynn Mullins, Sandy Martin, Carol Randolph, Paula Bray. Row 4: Marilyn Colby, Mary Beth Harland, Deanna Kirk, Iune Daniels, Cleigh Nell Baugh, Carol Crosen, Linda Nell Travis, Tempe Jackson. Row 5: lane Batchler, Kathy Akin, lane Carter, Jana Shan- non, Diane Damron, Gay Bownds, Gae Hollitield, Linda Powell. -i f Y I I ! li gi ii 1 l 1 t' l li l. i. ill OFFICERS: Linda Yates, President: Kay Coleman, Vice-President: Io lean McGraw, Secretary: Gloria Treat, Treasurer: Karen Carlton, Reporter. if ll ri Q 2? ?Z 3 I 7 ff i R A Row 1: Elaine McDaniel, Althea McDaniel, Ianice Birkhead, Rita Bennett, Eula lean Ash, Iune Herod, Genelle McCalla, Margie Trummell, Io Wilson, Zenna Smith. Row 2: I. H. Moore, Lawrence Watson, Eddie McLure, Glen Burkhart, Patti Roberts, Yvonne Fenner, Mary Hall, Darlene McMillion, Lucretia lvie. Row 3: Tom Ellis, Keith Rogers, David Tarbet, Gary Thomas, Bob Vassar, Michael Magill, Bernice Ianda, Ronald Mathews. Row 4: Bill Whitefield, Danny Colvin, George Reeves, Bill Lawrence, Gene Tomlinson, Grady Wilkinson, Stephen Maul. Row 5: Gary L. Tuttle, Thayne Cuevas, Warren Clark, Gary Yowell, Ronny Feike, David Little, Larry Price, Phillip Sundling. Eta Bela Pi Eta Beta Pi is composed of those friendly students who N' so tirelessly and patiently try to serve and please all those :"l" '- who eat in Catchings Cafeteria. The club's primary function A is to draw the cafeteria workers closer together, to promote friendship and co-operation among those who already have . their work in common. However, ask any member and he will tell you that there is plenty of fun. This year there have af N' . X ..f' been the annual Christmas Party, picnics, and participation " in the intramural athletic contests, to mention just a few of F, the activities. -f . R ' -Q Eta Beta Pi welcomes Mrs. O. C. Arthur, a consecrated Christian, to the staff of Catchings Cafeteria as hostess. Mrs. Arthur came to ACC from Spur, Texas, where she had lived since 1933. Her career began in 1956 when she began working in a floral shop. However, their loss is our gain since her easy-going manner and her charm have already made her very popular with the students, as well as adding a touch of elegance to the cafeteria. David Malone Alvis Golightly President D Phil Summerlin Vice-President ll 15. XX-ef Paul Crider Roy Davison Sponsor ff5"i'i '05 gg, r Q 3 ' .N --.1 1:1 . K fs ff g' . I' .A Hank Anderson 1 .tl 5, l , y gh "" '3 sig, , 5" -un' '. ,...-nv X, X -as ,, will Larry Hutchins Ron Hitchcock 7 l H3 Bob Randolph eva wx-ff' was ' in .......4 Jimmy D. Roberts -...I 3: -fa 5 xg? X' R X x ,Q N , l Bernard Warwick Y Al Jim Kisselburgh Wayne Eitzen Secretary. l Bill Dennis Norman Jefferson C'2L".,1ui2'f"' Sample Case '-Er: Ray Fulenwider S424 'QM' ,gi .,a-.. ' H ' wx vm -X JJ g..v-if Billy Bob Johnson va . 'f-M:MN-"w fa TT so 1 Bill Showers Clinton Stephens Robyn Summerlin 543 N.- 4 Sample Case Sitters are stu- dents who sell Bibles each sum- mer to help pay for school ex- penses. The club meets to hash out problems arising in selling, to encourage others to sell, and to tell "book field" stories. The highlight of the year is the fall banquet w here the summer prizes are awarded by the Southwestern Company. Jerry Hall .lim Hicks .h ,N 1, , "' 4' Aus. 'K -fb "" ' Ron Mathews Larry Price vi.. gf 57- 1, e 'H i' Y' -av' -N 15 . ' .g.:'-41. J .ftkii t u e 7 IS. ,' I Phil Sundling Derrel Wall .,oi,.,3 rm, at .si "ff"',5i J Y! r A ,ie 3- x wx' f' ' 7 eff Don Joe Wright Gerald Wall Jimmy White l D . I vim- 1 . 3 7 'nh EL., z f' we . J- 4 A 7' 2' H ,,,- -1' :. I . ' " '- ' fx? . All .III 4 '-xl x4-I, LF . 1 N.. -rr" 5' 1 X' . f E V, ol ! if ll I ,,,, .aff 2 L s I 3l9 Young Republicans Being the first political club to be organized on our campus, the ACC Young Republican Club had much to accomplish in its every first and third Tuesday night meetings. The obiectives of the club are to provide young people an opportunity to find political expression and recognition, and to discuss and analyze current political affairs. A major proiect of the year's activities was a debate held on the campus between the student leaders of the Demo- cratic and Republican parties. The highlight of the second semester was the State Young Republican Convention held in Dallas, Feb. 24 and 25. David Malone, the president of the local club, was selected temporary chairman of the convention. A Seated: Lina Comer, Clovis Terry, Dawn Ford, Ann Winlrey. Standing Dudley Lynch Ed Casey James Thompson B111 Whitefield Tom Oliver, lohn Townsdin. 1-'W 4 0 -:bg 6- Steve Cate, Ken Burks, Carolyn Kruziclc, Wanda Thompson, Nancy Nelson, Shirley Lovelady, Gwen Walker, Carol Cotter, Darlene Lovelady, lerry Carr, Bob Hunter, Not pictured: Dee Kingsbury, Cub Berry, Kathy Small, Gene Craig, Peggy Erving, loe Morgan, and Bill Adrian, sponsor. California Club Friendship, fun and frolick describe the California Club, one of the most active geographical clubs on campus. The California Club engages in many activities, such as an annual Homecoming proiect, a lectureship reception for all Californian visitors, get-togethers, picnics and often a club banquet held in the spring. Students from "the Golden State" find the California Club an organization promoting fellowship and friendly association. OFFICERS: Ken Burlcs, Presi- dent: Wanda Thompson, Sec- retary: Ierry Carr, Vice-Presi- dent: Carol Cotter, Treasurer: Bob Hunter, Sponsor. Not pictured: Bill Adrian, Sponsor. x., 4 t ! Y S - x., P ,fsi-Q ' Rf- t.,- --- ra- 'L : - . ., X. 4. gg . , "Ss: Front Row: Ielsing Bailey, Matagiese G. Tunoa, Farouk Qubty, Gholi Dareshori, Ghaleb N. Slaailo. Bow 2: Burl D. Hansen, Audrey Wright, Gerske, Van Ewijk, Linda Qubty, Mary Morren, Carole Stroker, Diane Whitfield, Bernice Bardsley, Nouri Al Sadi, Row 3: Elsbitd San Aan, Cindy Willison, Elizabeth Lock, Tonia Fisher, Maureen Knight. How 4: Murray Lumley, Lloyd Hotchkiss, Gary Mulcitus, Iohn Whitfield, Bay Lock, Tadao Kakusho, Stanley Barnard. Row 5: Dennis johnson, Cor Van Ewijk, Daryl Tucker, Walter Sautter, Blenus Wright, Bernard Straker, I. W. Treat iSponsorl. International Club students on campus whose original homes 3 are in foreign countries and also of those . 3 .s from the United States who have traveled Sli E ' abroad, or have a cosmopolitan outlook. X The club encourages friendship among mem- bers of the club through recreational activi- ties and discussions on the various countries represented. Also, the club attempts to pro- mote a better understanding between the foreign students and those of the United States, and to cause the former to feel "at home" while they live in the United States, and more especially while they are at ACC. The club meets bi-monthly in various homes on "the Hill," dividing the time be- tween discussions and recreation. For the second year, the club won second place in the Homecoming display contest. Seated: Deane Whitfield, Historian: Cor Van Ewijlc, Reporter: Carole Q Straker, Secretary-Treasurerf Cindy Willison, Vice-President: I. W. ii - Treat, Sponsor. International Club is composed of those 3 s Q I uw' Jayhawks om. Tw C? The Jayhawk Club represents the state of Kansas on the Abilene Christian College campus. This club promotes friendship and closeness among the stu- dents from Kansas. It has been success- ful in its proiects of the year, especially during Homecoming and the annual Christmas party. ,..a,-4-'7!'i' Seated: Mrs. Bernice McClintock, sponsor,' George Miller, sponsor. Standing: H. Cleve McMi11ion, President: Avanell Hill, Secretary: Sharon Leak, Reporter: Chuch Matlock, Vice-President. YG' T i Seated: Luia Carner, Deanna Kirk, Ianice Birkhead, Darlene McMillion, Iaella Hose. Standing: lim Tom Hill, Robert Lamkin, Mrs. Robert Lam- kin, Carol McMillion, Elaine Woods, Marine Wolf, George Roggendorl, Hubert Haclcler. 323 l 'wr w lt. ' if ji l l I l 32A V' be 5 ,ar Seated: Sandra Anderson, Ann Gregory, Ann Watson, Margaret Iaclcson. Standing: Lawrence Watson, Betty Ellis, Ben Nelms, Lorin Watson, Wayne Willis, Dan Jordan, Pat lones, Bill Crocker. Tennessee Club l , 3 'V l 5 " l e To l i J-Y i OFFICERS: Lawrence Watson, President: Mr. Ben Nelms, Sponsor: Ann Gregory, Secretaryf Dan lorclan, Treasurer. 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"1-Wi -,M Main, - 5, A . f -3, A B M D .... 'T 1 L 4. .MQ Lv vl. . ..,.. 1 ...ggi 1-L Wx 5' W1 - ,. fi 'I I S 34, ,J . . . . , . ,. gg. . F5 1:2 wing .11-1' 'ig 15' ' Q 3 X 'Ei' l I I ' 02 ' ' ' f G . . YENOW ...... . . 325 H h... MCDONALD DORM COUNCIL Seated: Norma Hughes: Judy Brandon: Sandra Leske, Vice-President: Miss Vona L. Ditto, Hos- tess: Thresa Glimp: La Voyne Haskins: Pat George. Standing: Annice Hunt: Mary Conner: Dottie Davis: Ioyce Stegemoller: Becky Purcell: loan Bentlyf Huth Copeland. " ' I' Dorm Councils I 43 MCKINZIE DORM COUNCIL 'Xe' Seated: Carolyn Kruzick: Huane Lester: Elaine Mickey: Mrs. Leoma Clark, Hos- tess: jackie Lucado: Mary Iim Davis. Standing: Helen Martin: Diann Wal- lace: Linda Corner: Arleene Arhelger: Carol Pennington: Becky Setlilf: Mary Lois Newhouse: Margie Kamstra. his ' l 'v MABEE DORM COUNCIL Seated: O. A. Clark, Dan Coker, Ierry Miller. Standing Bill Hargrove, Phil Dye, Ierry Turner. EDWARDS DORM COUNCIL Kneeling: David Hughes: Garvin Elrod: lim Fallis: Don Herring: loe Wayne Dan- chak. Standing: Fred Cupell: Mr. C. L. Smith, Supervisor: Mrs. C. L. Smith: Glenn Beustring. .st .,.. Q , , 7 'jf-7' 5, f' will -,- T 1, . NNN-s wt Z5 it e Nelson 'TT 'i ll - l E 1 g 5 'Tig ' Miss Elizabeth Nelson, librarian, teacher ffi gl E1 TT 3 7 - , u A 5 ' Dean of Women from 1919 to 1942, would be i ll 7 P' 3 .2 2 proud of the dormitory that bears her name m,w,T:,, LF? 'vv,v, " Located in the southeast corner of the campus .., 3 -5 'Y' 2 - this building, which was built in 1956, is the 'Q . V ' . newest and the largest of girls' dormitories 2' is: Sylvia Thorp and Nancy Meyer tangle telephones in McDonald Hall. li IK 1 1 Marina Carruth does exercises. Martha Carruth just got a date to the Frat social. You take your 1 5 x Martha Kirk inspects her semi-formal. McDonald The Baxter administration 119291 gave rise to a boys' dorm that was named after a com- petent,'early-day teacher named Mary Mc- Donald. This dorm, situated on the southwest campus corner next to the College Church, has since been converted into a girls' dorm and so remains. -Sf' 943 pick. We don't know which it is. , X Ffid. , 944, 945 . . . Uudy Adkins, Donna Hogan! Zellner was o two story boys' dormitory the first three years of its existence but became a gurls dorm when McDonald was built. Along with McKlnzle Zell ner occupies a northeast position on the campus and was named for a member of the Board of Trustees ti' , is 1 ! , 'a.u3fi? 'mt' K' ""- x-.ffl 'iii j be ' A. -nt. ,W f '-lift? ww- ff' km.::,,iji5' .wif va h 3 U y -,ziggy QQ? gg A-13, isgkggsl l ' Q, me-.Sf V . x .... ' Ellziang. Donna McCall gently extracts her left ey k I i 4, -. ' ' it i X' E32 ' 1 7 5' 'Y ., . 4 ' lHz'..se:a1.5'l ' Expressions both intense and shocked-what secret could Lana Coker have revealed to Lindy Merriot and Sandra jones? I, X, , l :xv .uv L 1 . , in 5. x 5 sw This defected room cleaner !Don Battsl definitely has a broom allergy. Edwards William M. Edwards, eccentric rancher from Ft. Stockton, Texas, willed a ranch to Abilene Christian College and the college reciprocated by naming her newest boys' dormitory "Edwards Hall." Edwards was built in T955 and is the second newest occupied dorm on campus. Mabee Presented as a gift by the J. C. and L. E. Mabee Foundation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mabee Dorm is devoted to the housing of male students. The dorm, which was built in 1953, is architecturally a match to Edwards, our second boys' dormitory. "But l'm a very professional amateur," states Kermit Hubbard, purported barber. ,Ax . .. , "F rw 951515 .fi 'rr' ,SN x P- f Sf' Q Qi?- EQ E331 gif? gm .4 4 ,dj- A sleep-shattering alarm goes off, a drowsy hand reaches out and pushes the little button, all is again quiet, student sleeps, another 7:30 class is missed. Room-check Danny Archer re-enacts an age-old campus event. E .X . 5 EG S34 Q, ' ' '..'f"' 1 fn 1734 ,x. te sxgigg, Cf I sc- .ii x Nl: ,f -o i an sy-2, QE! .. .Msg N DAIRY BAR. .. ---...N gy 3 'ff g J Barracks These temporary buildings have been standing since World War ll as a monument to the constant growth of ACC. These houses for male students were acquired from a local army installation and were supposed to have been replaced shortly with permanent buildings but the demand for rooms has continued to grow ftwo permanent boys' dorms have since been builtj and the college has never found a point where it could dis- card the faithful barracks. MT. X1 L i nl The pause that refreshes-Robert Barrett, Lawrence Watson, and Ray Holder enjoy a milk break. BAHRACKS COUNCIL Seated: Gordon Steward: Mr. Warren Howe, Supervisor: Cecil McMillan. Standing: Charles Crabtree: Charles Carver: Kirk Castleman. wi til z. 1 i i 5 yr H H 15 4 fl il' Pure and noble though our in- tentions be, we have allowed that snake, "filthy lul:er" to raise its venomous head. There was no method ot avoiding the need for money, so here we present our materialistic section-the adver- tisements. This is only one ot the many, varied, and devious pro- cedures that the yearbook utilizes to rake in the chips. We have conformed to our TV generation in titling the section, so it has be- come the COMMERCIALS. A slight adjustment of the horizontal knob will allow you to indulge in the J :f : ,, t 1 f --. 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A - Edwin Lowe, 276 Abbett, Judy Denece, 66 Abbott Donna Lee, 28 Adams, Carl Allen, 66,243,293 Adams, Cim, 146,166,172,298 Adams, Dorothy Corinne, 66 Adams, Ernest Loyd, 52 Adams, Geraldine, 116 Adams, Walter Harold, 289 Adkins, Judy Ann, 84 Adkins, Larry Ray, 28 Adrian, James Eric, 28 Adrian, Lorrie Jane, 48,149 Adrian, William Bryan, 321 Agnew, Joe Patrick, 84,266 Akin, Kathy Alyene, 32,84,316 Albritton, Leta Nelle, 66,160 Alkire, Norma Leann, 28,139,302 Index Batts, Donald Harrison, 52,304,330 Batts, James Harold, 66,154,156 Baugh, Cleigh Nel, 84,316 Bayless, Mary Jo, 52,299 Bayliss, Nell Lynn, 29,136,302 Beakley, Bob Curry, 66,308 Beakley, Raby Jean, 52 Beall, Harrison Glyn, 292 Bearden, Rodney Gerald, 29 Beasley, Robert Donald, 85 Beason, Charles Earl, 66,305,308 Beaty, Gary Douglas, 85,266 Beauchamp, Gary R., 246,247 Bedford, Carolyn Sue, 66,85,281,298,314 Bedichek, Thomas Elwyn, 66,161 Beeman, John, 308 Beeman, Mary Lynn, 52,85 Beidleman, Carolyn Sue, 295 Belew, Dick, 166 Belew, Mary Sue, 29,147,221,225,295,314 Bell, Darol Albert, 29,305 Bell, Sabra Ruth, 85 Bell, Walton Elliott, Ill, 85,152,156 Bell, William R., 50 Brown, Foy lngle, 66 Brown, Harold Jay, 160,163 Brown, Jodie Eugene, 66 Brown, Teddy M., 66 Bruce, Gwendolyn Marie, 53,166,302,326 Bruner, Ovella Beth, 53,310 Bryan, Dorothy Kay, 86,297,316 Bryan, Priscilla Marilyn, 66 Bryant, Bill, 30,254 Buchanan, W. J., 30,160,163,164 Bucherie, James Warren, 66 Bulla, Lee Austin, 66 Bumpu s, Rita Gayle, 31 Burgess, Marvin Lee, 255 Burkha Burks, rt, Glenn Alfred, 318 Kenneth, 53,304,321 Burleson, Martha Ann, 8,31,142,166,167,184,227,314 Burson, Bonnie Jean, 86,125,165 Burton, Jolene, 31,172,306,314 Byrd, Robert Allen, 66 ... C - Bender, Ferres Lineus, 66 Bennett, Donald William, 292 Bennett, Richard Harold, 85 Allen, Bernard Anderson, 136,296 Allen, Billy Jan, 52 Allen, Jon R., 28,293 Allen, Kay, 142,297,31O,314 Allen, Lou David, 28,305 Allen, Michael Dee, 28,211,224,228,234,263,265, 260,308,182 Alley, Patty Jo, 52,166,172 Alley, Sondra Kay, 66,147 Allison, Lonnie Dee, 66 Al Sadi, Nouri Hussen, 84,322 Bennett, Rita Jan, 52,314,318 Bentley, Joan, 149,326 Bentley, Judy, 85 Bergeron, Albert Lucien, 183 Bergman, Robert Wayne, 52 Bernard, Carolyn Suzanne, 85 Campb Alsobr ook, Judith Lee, 66,302,314 Anderson, Darrell Allen, 52 Anderson, Eddie Mahon, 66,293 Anderson, Edward F., 28 Bernstein, Saul, 175 Berry, Bruce Carlton, 85 Berry, H Berry, Li arley Ray, 66 nda Kay, 85 Berry, Walter Cled, 321 Caldwell, Marilyn Frances, 87,125,149,345 Caldwell, Royce S., 31,288,300,343 Callaway, Kathryn Louise, 86,178 Calvert, Eddie Taylor, 53,293 Campbell, Bettye Ruth, 53,183,281,288,29B Campbell, Brenda Cheron, 53,185,314 Campbell, Don, 140 Campbell, Jo Anne, 66,165 ell, Shirley June, 53,165,302 Archer, Jimie Dean, 84 Anderson, Gandra Jaurine, 66 Anderson , Henderson lHank1, 66,319 Anderson, Jill, 290 Anderson, Robert Eldon, 9,11,66 Anderson Arbuck le, Anita Marilyn, 84 , Thomas Chaney, 282,289 Archer, Barbara Sue, B4 Archer, Danny J., 28,127,330,349 Archer, Norma Louise, 290 Arhelger, Katherine A., 66,327 Best, Sarah Kay, 66,295 Beustring, Glenn R., 66,285,300,327,337 Beustring, Larry A., 30,152,211,300,341 Beustring, Norma June, 30,295,341 Billingsley, Johnny, 66,293 Billington, Bennie Lamar, 85 Bingham, Linda Pope, 116 Birchum, Robert Bradley, 66,255,289 Bird, Billy Jack, 85,178 Birkes, Jim Wayne, 85 Cantrell, Marilyn, 53 Capps, Ann, 53,144,306 Carden, Norma Lee, 66,149,302 Carithers, James A., 31,308 Carithers, Mary Kay, 53 Carlton, Karen Ann, 66,144,147,211,230,290,314,317 Carpenter, Sam Ray, 86,276 Carr, Jerry Duane, 53,166,304,321 Carr, Kenneth Ray, 66 Carver, Boone, Armistead, Robert Thomas, 52,155,183 Armstrong, Mary Nell, 142 Arnold, Paul Leon, 28 Arrington, Nancy Claire, 84 Ash, Eula Jean, 52,318 Atkins, Larry, 137 Ault, Joe Lynn, 66,293 Austin, Fred Eugene, 84 Austin, Phillip George, 84 Autrey, Frances Ellen, 84 Avera, Don Stanley, 266 Axe, Wilburn Edwin, 66 Bagby, Kyle Wayne, 28,160,164 Bailey, Bedford Ray, 28 Bailey, Janet Lorayne, 84 Bailey, Jonathan, 52,161,322 Baird, Albert W., 52,183,254,296 Birkhead, Janice Lee, 85,318,323 Bishop, Bishop, Bishop, Bishop, Gary Ray, 66 Kay Todd, 3-0,310 , Milton Ervin, 30,166,224,255,256,292 Norma D., 30,166,172,185,314,326 Bishop, Paul Dwayne, 161,163,164 Black, Anthony Dean, 85 Black, Annette, 85 Black, Carol A., 85 Black, Charles Layton, 289 Carroll, Jerry Gayle, 66,284 Carroll, Neil Debbs, 31,279 Carruth, Gordon Stewart, 53 Carruth, Martha Rose, 86,316,328 Carson, Gary Edward, 31 Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Carter, Glenda Guan, 31,130 Martha Anne, 86,164,211,231,297,316,323 Myrle Jane, 316 Rosa Lee, 329 Wanda Fae, 31,306 Wayne Ray, 31,86,305 Carver, Charles Allen, 31,331 Stella Marie, 31,149,166,185,310 Black, Don R., 52,285,296 Black, Kelly Michael, 85,161 Black, Larry N., 30,304 Blackwood, James Len, 66,272 Blankenship, Morris Lee, 85 Blevins, Johnny Wayland, 85 Bludworth, Carlie Mae, 85 Blume, Beatrice Joyce, 30,183,184,306,314 Blume, Boase, Patricia May, 85,142 Linda Sharon, 85 Boatwright, Delilah Ruth, 86,93 Boggess, Robbie Jean, 66,310 Bolls, Jerry, 30,289 Bolt, Ted, 30 Daniel Lacy, 147 Brandon, Charles Sutton, 66,254 Baird, Sarah Delle, 84,316 Baker, Carol Janis, 84,172 Boone, Judi Marilyn, 178 Booth, Llewellyn D., 30 Borden, Eli Monroe, 175 Boren, Charles Gilbert, 52 Boseman, James Walton, 30,137,211,228,296 Bownds, Ellen Gay, 52,297,31O,316 Boyce, Kendall, 81 Casey, Sandra Jean, 31,185,291 Casey, William Edward, 86,172,320 Cash, Joe Lynn, 53,125,147,161 Castleberry, William Bruce, 304 Castleman, Kirk Howard, 86,266,331 Cate, Steve, 31,139,321 Cathey, Edna Carol, 66,195 Cave, Sara Jane, 53,302,314 Chaffin, Lyle Dwain, 53,279 Chambers, Claudia lda, 66,147,160,290,297,314 Chandler, Carolyn Joyce, 144 Chapman, Fred Wayne, 165 Chapple, James Alfred, 66 Cheatham, Gayle Irene, 44,116 Chilcoat, Ronnie Gray, 289 Childre, Charles Stewart, 66,169 Chiles, Don Lea, 66 Chitwood, Rita Faye, 66,306 Choat, Sylvia Modene, 31,48 Choate, Jacquelynn Lelois, 32,302 crack, William David, 53,289 Clanton, Charley Joe lBud1 271,341 Baker, Danny Eugene, 28,312 Baker, Robert Alan, 2,2B,175,208,209,210,226 Baker, Shearon June, 66 Baker, Stanley Reed, 66,172 Baker, James V.,142,144,161 Balch, Anita Beth, 70,84 Balch, David Lee, 84,175 Balch, Norma Jean, 28,166,306 Ball, Charles Daniel, 84 Ball, Patricia Gayle, 84,316 Ballow, Ruby Ellen, 84,165 Bankhead, Gloria Gaye, 66 Bannowsky, Virginia Hope, 29,184,298 Barber, Fred Wayne, 84 Bardsley, Bernice Ann, 84,322 Barkley, Roy Reid, 164 Barnard, Stanley Gordon, 66,322 Barnes, Glenn G., 29 Barnes, Linda Sue, 29,122,290 Barnes, Treva Carol, 29 Boyer, I l Brack, V Brad ford Brad ford Bradford Bradford a Jean, 30,184,302,354 irginia Earle, 66,142,166,190,302 , Jerry Clark, 30,136,289 , Joe Michael, 66,289 , Lewis Henry, 30,137 , Patricia Marie, 3O,142,184,298 Clapp, Mark Wayne, 93 Clark, Exa Belle, 53,144,147,210,229,295 Clark, James Richard, 54 Clark, Norma Colleen, 66 Clark, Otis A., 327 Clark, Richard Odell, 66 Brandon, Judy Ann l5r, Eng.J, 30,147,184,310,326 Brannan, Judith Ann Ur. Musici, 52,160,163,302 Cohn, Gary Lynn, 68 Branson, Paul A., 66,293 Bratton, Jim W., 296 Bray, Paula Fay, 53,142,149,297,310,314,316 Brazzil, Ann Bennett, 153,165,316 Brewster, Barbara, 297 Brice, Nickie Lynch, 266 Clark, Warren, 66,318 Clayton, Evelyn Faye, 54,142 Clements, Beverly Ann, 54 Clevenger, Mary Lou, 172 Clodfelter, Charles Manley, 54,293 Coday, Bill Thomas, 66,355 Coffman, Virginia Louise, 58,68,74,142,149,24D, 241 ,25O,290,358 Barns, Roger Lee, 52,305 Barrett, Eldon Royce, 29,308 Barrett, Robert Arlie, 52,146,1o5,331 Barrington, Elmer Donnell, 84 Bassett, Linda Carol, 66,166,172,314 Batchler, Jane, 84,316 Bateman, James Sonny, 176 Bates, James Mike, 289 Brister, Jozell, 44,225 Bristo, Gene Addis, 289 Brown, Anita Jo, 66,139,290,316 Brown, Barbara Ann, 53,72,176,183 Brown, Charles, 66 Brown, Brown, David Eugene, 66,137,161 Emily Ann, 53,138,139,144,183,290,314 Coker, Dan C., 327 Coker, Kenneth Clyde, 296 Coker, Lana, 68,147,295,314,316,329 Coker, Colby, Linda Nadine, 32 Marilyn Hope, 68,149,290,316 coiaweii, carol Ann, 54,i49,29s,a2a caieman, B. Kay, 54,156,185,192,211,229,290,317,156 A, W 5 4- -P s. - f ,, K, ,x"T""wC 'Ms 4, -- .... L41 Glenn and Dee are picking up their spotless clothes at ACC CLEANERS. s-mv f- 'iz' Q El Y FIRST STATE BANK YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 4001 S. 'Isf OR 3-2561 AT THE FRIENDLY FIRST WESTERN CHEVROLET Y i I i 1 I 5 337 Ellison, Coleman, Lynn Rogers, 32,175,210,211,227 Coleman, Robert Winston, 87,175 n Colema Collins, Colvin, Colvin, Colwell Comolli Comolli Compto Conatse Conner, Conner, Conner, , Wanda Kay, 68,152 Glenna Gaye, 68,290,316,326 Danny J., 69,169,318 Gary Lee, 54,166 , Henry Allen, 253,255,256,279 , Carolyn Ann, 125,220,240,295,297,316 , Kent Collier, 32,234,235 n, Thomas Dugger, Il, 68 r, Doug, 304 Coy Dean, 54,142,210,229,296 Elgin Edmond, 68,142,255,296 Mary Frances, 32,139,326 Cook, Cornelia Jean, 87,161,164 Cook, Lowell Tony, 54 Cooley, Cooper, Calvin Wayne, 32,271,289 Madie Belle, 32,302 Copeland, Ruth Ann, 302,326 Copeland, Shelby James, 88,276,313 Cornelius, Alvin Maurice, 32,161,l63,292 Corner, Gene, 54 Corner, Corner, Judith Ann, 32 Lina Lee, 68,320,323 Corner, Linda, 54,142,144,183,185,306,314,327 Cothran, Jan, 88,166 Cotter, Carol, 321 Cotton, Landis Ann, 68,302 Cowley, Sheila Karen, 32,166 Cox, Juanice, 54,302 Cox, Paul Allan, 289 Crabtree, Charles Leonard, 54,331 Craig, Connie Jo, 68 Craig, Eugene P., 32 Craig, Gerald Nichols, 321 Craig, Richard Allen, 172 Crain, Jack Lee, 68 Crawford, Marvin Lee, 32 Crenshaw, Joseph Pleasant, 70 Crenshaw, M'Iiss Ann, 54,139,142,298,347 Crews, Nancy Faye, 68,149,307 Crider, Julius Paul, 33,319 Crockett, Robert Lee, 68 Crosen, Crowe, Crume, Cuevus, Carol Ann, 88,166,214,297,316 Gaylie, 68 Linda Joy, 68,326 Thayne Henry, 68,318 Culver, LeRoy Carl, 271,289 Cummings, Michael, 33,296,297 Cummings, S. Kaye, 33,290,297 Cummings, Lyndle C., 68 Cunningham, Cathryn Carolyn, 68,149,153,156,397 Cupell, Currey, Fred Waits, 54,172,327 Peggy Joyce, 33,165,307 Index Dennis, Myrna Joy, 54 Dennis, William Harvey, 34,319 Derrick, Donnabeth, 54,124,125,314 Derrick, Elizabeth, 183 Dillard, Wilson Wren, 68 Diller, Samuel, 254 Ditto, Miss Vona L., 326 Dixon, Glynda Jo, 89,165 Dodd, Linda Lou, 54 Dorsey, Roger, 89,276 Dotson, Trina Louise, 68,165,172 Doughty, K. C., 34,210,228,232,233,310,358 Dove, James, 6B Droll, Charlotte Ann, 68 DuBoise, Guyann B., 34 Du8oise, James C., 54 Duncan, David Lee, 54,2B3, 285, 308 Duncan, Jimmie Dan, 54 Duncan, John Davis, 54 Duncan, Lynda Carol, 54,302 Duncan, Patricia Anne, 68 Duncan, Rae Annette, 54 Duncan, Mary Alice, 89,122,160,329 Dycus, Augustus Mahon, 254,293 Dye, Kenneth Gerard, 54,239,308 Dye, Phil Garden, 54,210,229,308,327 -E- A Eatman, Rex, 68,296 Eddins, Add Morton, 68 Eden, Gary Wayne, 288,289 Edwards, Don Merrill, 260 Eitzen, Ralph wayne, a4,i66,167,a19 Ellis, John David, 34,144,153 Ellis, T homas William, 89,318 Kyle, 160,163,164 Foster, Frank Adams, 54,160,172 Foster, lvan Dale, 70 Foster, Jimmie J., 70 Foster, Patsy Lou, 54,295 Foster, William James, 54,153,156 Fowler, Glenda Gay, 56,142,16O,310,314 Fowler, Sandra Kay, 142 Fox, Earrol Dean, 90 Francis, Elizabeth Anne, 56,290,316 Franks, Geraldene, 90 Franks, Lella Louise, 56 Frazier, Larry Bennett, 70 Frazier, Terry Foster, 90,161 Freeland, Carolyn Jean, 56,160 Freeman, Charles Edward, 70,81 Freeman, Hazel Lorraine, 290 Friery, Samie Nell, 90 Fry, Danny Carlisle, 90,165,254 Fry, Larry Jack, 35,139 Fryar, Melvin Dodson, 56 Fuchs, Rocilla, 35,144 Fulenwider, Ray Dean, 35,276,289,319 Fulfer, Wanda Mae, 35,183 Fullwood, Jesse Wayne, 70 Fults, Yandel K., 90 Funk, Neal, 50 -G- Gaines, Carolyn Lucille, 70,73,125,294,314,326 Gale, James Dudley, 50 Gandy, James, 288,292 Gann, Calvin Joe, 90 Garcia, Cynthia Jo, 90 Gargus, Judy Lane, 90 Garner, Thomas Hubert, 90 Gattis, Edward Lynn, 56,260,263,293 Ellison, Judy Darlene, 68,310 Elrod, Garvin Monroe, 327 Emanuel, Sharron Ann, 182,185,227,290 Endsley, Albert, 68 Endsley, Margaret June, 185,302 Enzie, Russell Frederick, 90 Eoff, Jerry Len, 34,160,300 Eppler, Betty Joyce, 68 Gentry, Glenda Elaine, 70,142,147,189,31O,3l4,326 George, Daryl Dee, 136,137,197 George, Patricia, 70,160,326 George, Edwin, 159,161,163 George, Susan, 90,297,316 Gibson, David Eugene, 56 Gibson, Janet Mae, 70 Gilbert, Joe Elvis, 276 Curtis, Gwynneth Richard, 33,47,208,209,226,280,296, 297 Curtis, Joe William, 88,266 Curtis, Margaret Ann, 68,195 Cutright, Drusilla Marguerite, 54 -D- Dallas, Edma Marie, 68,172,189 Dalton, Joe Carter, 54,300,345 Dalzell, Margaret Sue, 8,133,166,167 Dalzell, Richard Lyle, 8,33,166,167 Damron, Diane Elizabeth, 68,165,316 Danchak, Joe Wayne, 54,139,300,327 Daniels, June Constance, 54,306,316 Erwin, Lelia May, 68 Essin, Emmett, 68,273,289 Etherid ge, Hank Hancock, 68,122 Eubank, Charlotte Janiece, 68,142 Eubank, Lynda Nell, 54 Eubank Evans, Evans, Evans, Ewing, s, Mariorie Kay, 90 Carole Louise, 68 Katherine Sharon, 90 Tracy Larry, 90 Margaret Allison lPeggy1 302,321 Ezell, George Robert, 276 - F - Faasen, Hans, 178 Falkner, James Avery, 54,124,125 Falkner, Sharon Lee, 68,290,316 Fallis, Jim Dan, 54,327 Fanning, Michael Wilson, 68,125,153,156,293 Farley, Janyth Ann, 90 Farrell Farris, Farris, , Linda Joyce, 68,125,172 Kenneth Ray, 34,261,263 Mabelanne, 34 Gill, Judith, 56,295 Gilliam, Linda Kay, 35,290 Gillespie, Gladwin, Yuel, 308 Gilmore, Beverly Ann, 90,161 Gilstrap, Vance Paul, 70,289 Gipson, Robert, 136 Glaze, Jayleta, 160,164 Gleason, Carolyn Sue, 36,184,302 Glenn, Joe, 56 Glimp, Thresa Ann, 36,142,184,302,326, Gloff, Clyde Wayne, 36 Gloff, Darla Ann, 70,149,172,290,316 Glover, Rex Edwin, 93, 289 Gober, Lloyd Ray, 292,303 Goen, Guy, 178 Golightly, Alvis Clinton, 50,319 Goodale, Charlsey Sharon, 91,125 Goodman, Golda Kay, 91 Goodman, Don, 70 Goyne, Linda Sue, 70,125 Graham, Bryan Lee, 70 Graham, James Warren, 91 Graham, Ann, 56,295 Granbery, Charla Beth, 70,310 Graves, Glenda Norene, 91 Daniels, Danner, Sumner T., 284 Dan Gordon, 33,166,280,308 Dareshori, Farhang, 54 Dareshori, Gholi, 322 Darnell, James Newton, 54,82,305 Darrow, Jon Allen, 68 Davenport, Don Bassett, 68,160,164 Davidson, Barbara Ann, 88,122,290 Davis, Billy Don, 255,256,296,297 Davis, Bobby Joe, 33 Davis, Dorothy Nell, 54,68,160,l94,326 Davis, Joan Evelyn, 307 Davis, Margaret Katherine, 68 Davis, Mary Jim, 54,142,306,314,327 Davis, Patricia Ann, 294,297 Davis, Suzanne, 88,316 Davis, Vivian Maudine, 33,171,172,185 Davis, Walter Lewis, 88,273 Davis, Wiley Clinton Davison, Roy Allen, 33,146,319,320 Day, Sharlyn Wynette, 68 Deal, Robert Earl, 54 Deason, Michael Lance, 33,289 Deckard, Norman Wayne, 33,139 Decker, Roger E., 33 DeFoor, Julia Theresa, 68,166 DeLoach, William Thomas, 33 Denman, Harold F., 34 Dennis, Gary Michael, 89,160,164 Dennis, Lyndell Gay, 68,302 Farris, Nancy Oralene, 90 Faust, Jesse Alfred, 35,136 Feike, Ronny Carroll, 68,318 Felts, Dawn Sharon, 68,144 Felts, John Cayce, 35,254,289 Fenner, Don Gary, 35,173 Fenner, Esther Yvonne, 35,314,318 Ferguson, Janell Angela, 35,146,166,306 Ferguson, Pamela, 35,149,306 Fielder, Jerry Adkins, 68 Filbeck, James William, 68,292 Fine, Helen Gayle, 90,149 Finley, Lester Landus, 54 Finley, Sharon Kay, 90,190 Finley, Tinie Juanell, 90 Finn, Carolyn, 35 Fischer, Bernice, 35,142 Fisher, Tonia Barrie, 68,149,322 Fisk, Robert Decalb, 35,161 Fitch, Robert Frank, 68,293 Fittz, James Douglas, 90 Fleet, James Robert, 54,254,257,270 Fleming, Jerry Lynn, 68,292 Fletcher, Barbara Ann, 68 Fletcher, John Druel, 254 Forbess, Clyde Burton, 54 Ford, Betty Ann, 90 Ford, Evelyn Dawn, 90,320 Forshey, Paul, 175 Foster, Annette, 35,184 Gray, Anita Joyce, 36,184,314 Gray, Charles Allan, 91,254 Gray, Gray, Evelyn June, 70,298 James Louis, 36 Gray, Preston, 36,139 Gray, Sherry Jo, 56,159,160,314 Green, Charles Willis, 91 Green Green Green , Euline lrvin, 91 Harry Lee 56 f Shirley Rifih, 70 Green, William Bill Byron, 91,308 Green Green Green , Billy Albert, 70 , Marcella Irene, 71,290,353 Robert 36 Greene, aan, 178 Greer, Connie Jane, 11 Gregg, Jay Warner, 71,293 Gregory, Ann, 205,212,223,236,237 Gregory, Gerald Don, 71,293 Grice, Trueborn, 56 Griffin, Karla Ann Griffin, Larry Glynn, 56 Griffith, Melanie, 71 Griggs, Jack Allen, 91,254 Grivas, Nick, 56,166 Groom, lra Clifton, 91 Groves, Charles Glen, 71,211,230,242,243,308,313 Groves, Monta Jeanne, 71,160,164 Grupsmith, Billie Marie, 91 Guan, Calvin Joe, Gudeen, Donna Rae, 71,142,149,153,156 Refreshing remembrance AUTOGRAPHS Bottled under authority of The Coco-Cola Company by TEXAS COCA-CO LA BOTTLING COMPANY" Hackler, Hubert Ned, 56, 323 Harrell Knight, Maureen, 4 Guggolz, Nancy June, 91,165 Gwin, Dixie Carol, 91 -H.. Hackney, Gary Paul, 91 Haddock, Benny Arran, 91,161 Hailey, James, 56,296 Hale, Duane Kendall, 255 Hale, Hugh Egbert, 36,139 Hall, Jerry Tom, 91,319 Hall, Jon Roger, 91,211,231,296 Hall, Mary Evelyn, 318 Hall, Roger Carroll, 71,166,276 Halliday, Saide Patricia, 299 Index Hogue, Donna Mae, 92,172 Hogue, Neva Jo, 302 Holden, Martha Jean, 72,152,156,165,211,230,316 Holder, Raymond Dale, 331 Holland, Betty Lynda, 72,149,152,156 Holland, Dorothy, 37,183,184,215,222,295 Holland, Dwight, 37 Holland, Robert Lloyd, 72,161 Holley, Charles Leon, 57 Hollifield, Gae, 54,57,142,295,314,316 Holmes, Donna Francille, 72 Holt, Linda Gale, 165 Holton, Mary, 281 Hooper, Linda Willene, 72 Hoover, Joe, 266 Horn, Judy Lee, 72,303 Horton, Carla Sue, 57,185,288,295,314 Hotchkiss, Lloyd, 72,322 Houghton, Mike Smith, 72,125 Housley, Ray Lowell, 92,122 Houts, LaHoma Janell, 57 Howard, Marilyn Kay, 10,37,166,176,226,295,297 Johnson, Philip Roland, 93,178 Johnson, Toni Leann, 93 Johnson, William Roy, 38,93 Jones, Arthur Lloyd, 166 Jones, Dorothy Louise, 73 Jones, Ellen Margaret, 74,310 Jones, Jane lSoph.1, 74,310,314,316 Jones, Judy Jane lFr.1, 95,316 Jones, Karen Dee, 74 Jones, Melba Joyce, 95,172 Jones, Opal Elaine, 38 Jones, Sandra Jean, 74,142,329 Hallmark, Jimmie Sue, 146 Hallum, Dick, 56,170 Haltom, Mary Jane, 56,298 Hamilton, Glen Willard, 56,172,296 Hancock, David Murrell, 91 Hadley, Helen Louise, 56 Haney, Lyndal Leone, 36 Hanna, Sandra, 71,160 Hansen, Burl, 322 Hardin, Gary Elree, 91 Hargesheimer, William Dwayne, 276 Hargrave, Bobby Ray, 273 Harguess, Daniel Loy, 91 Hargus, Clara, 36, 307 Harland, Mary Beth, 71,290,316 Harlow, Mrs. Forest, 185 Harmon, Barbara Sue, 56,299 Howe, Warren, 331 Howe, Richard Carlton, 92,169 Howell, Margaret Gaye, 93 Hubbard, Salli Dean, 93 Hubbard, William Kermet, 330 Huddle, John David, 72,136,16O,163,164 Huddleston, Danny, 72,284 Huddleston, Jerrelyn Sue, 37,144,185,314 Hudson, Emily Kay, 93 Hudson, Joan Frances, 37,296,297,310,314 Huey, Paula Mae, 37 Huey, Sally Jo, 57 Huff, David Allen, 38,137,224 Hughes, David Knox iSoph.1, 72,166,300,327 Hughes, David Woodrow lFr.1, 93 Hughes, Laura Jeanette, 38,58,142,25O,290,358 Harper, Harper , Johnny Mac, 71,163 Harper, Jeanette, 56,281,288,299 Max Wayne, 56,166 , Mary Lou, 91 Harrington, Kathryn, 91,142,156 Harrington, William Earl, 276 Harris, Linda Faye, 91,316 Harrison, Barbara Jean, 36,144,164,302 Harrison, Jimmie Gale, 57,300,358 Hartt, Mary Jo, 57,149,153 Hartt, Sallye Ann, 71,139,149,152 Harville, Baskel Chester, 91,169 Harville, Chester, 165,284 Harwell, Jesse Ray, 254,257 Hash, Roberta Shirley, 57,164,165,303,314,326 Haskins, Alta LaVoyne, 36,314,326 Hastings, Melvin Paul, 36,165 Hatfield, Gary Scott, 36,166,300,349 Hatter, Robert, 293 Hawkins, Doris Jean, 71,290,316 Hayes, Jerry Michael, 72,155,178 Haymes, Don, 152 Hayes, Thomas Edwin, 36,164 Haynes, Ruth Ronell, 57 Hays, Billy Clyde, 72 Hearne, Carolyn Ruth, 37,147,2l0,222,225,228, 232,295,335 Helgesen, Roger Floyd, 8,37,166,167,169,304 Hughes, Norma Virginia, 72,147,326 Hulse, Geoffrey Lynn, 93 Humphrey, Gary Bryan, 72 Hunt, Annice Elizabeth, 38,142,326 Hunt, Nalda Jean, 38,310,358 Hunt, Robert Bryan, 308 Hunter, Robert Byfield, 93,321 Hunter, Victor Lee, 93,279 Huot, Deanna Rae, 72 Hurd, Glenn Arnold, 72 Hutchins, James Edwin, 57 Hutchins, Larry Charles, 93,161,319 Hutchinson, Bennett, 72,136,161,163 Idol, Jack, 93 Isbell, Oran Dean, 57 lsenberg, Herb Lawrence, 93 lsenhower, John Doyle lsgitt, Linda Nanerte, 165,316 lstre, Elvis Buford, 72,272 lvie, Lucretia Ann, 57,318 Jones, Sarah Ann, 122 Jones, Thomas A., 38,293 Jordan, Dan Herbert, 57,139,152,156,313 Jordan, Jerry Forrest, 58,74,178 -K- Kakusho, Tadao, 38,322 Kamstra, Margaret Ann, 74,123,125,327 Keller, Billy Dee, 255 Kelley, Emily Weedon, 58,290,316,326 Kelley, Judith, 38,166,167 Kelley, Stephen Foster, 74 Kelly, Paul, 164 Kelly, Roy Glenn, 169 Kelso, Marilyn, 58 Kelton, Tommy, 132 Kent, David Lee, 74,260,265 Kerbow, Martha Anna, 74 Kerr, Myra Jane, 95,122,316 Keyser, John Robert, 58,146,172 Kidd, Linda, 74, 142 Kilgore, Colette, 160 Kilgore, Luclair, 74,166 Killian, Jerry Dwayne, 122 Kimble, Janiece Lavelle, 95,172 Kingsbury, Dee, 321 Kinningham, Russell, 38,137,184,224 Kinningham, Shirley, 38,306 Kirby, Janace Marie, 74 Kircus, Lannis Alan, 38 Kirk, Deanna Mae, 95,165,231,244,245,316,323 Kirk, John Milton , 39,210,312 Kirk, Martha Ann, Kirkpatrick, Larry, 39,185,290,316,328 292 58,149,183,185,322 Henderson, Brenda Elaine, 57,326 Henke, LaVerne Paulette, 72,303 Herd, John Beniamin, 72,285 Herod, June, 72,165,318 Herring, Davie Elizabeth, 37,166,172,183,184,222,292, 294,315 Herring, Don Herbert, 37,152,327 Herring, Jerry Neal, 276 Herrington, Barbara Ann, 147 Herrington, Bill Edward, 289 Herrington, Howard Wayne, 57 Hester, Lanny, 293 Hibbs, Glenn Howard, 57 Hickerson, Janis Ruth, 92,153,294,316 Hickman, Betty Gaye, 92,316 I Hickman, Jackie, 72,172 Hickman, James Franklin, 37,172,255 Hicks, James Wayne, 72,319 Higgs, Elton Dale, 37,146,147,226 Hilgers, Judy Lynne, 92,316 Hill, Ayanell Sue, 72,149,323 Billy Joe, 72,254 Frances Earle, 72,149 Hill, Jim Tom, 37,136,304,323 Hill, Judy Kay, 245 Hinkle, Bobby Gene, 72 Hinman, Ann Lee, 57,303 Hipp, Sidney Elwyn, 57 Hise, Bobby Glenn, 37,57 Hise, Jeannean, 314 Hitchcock, Ronnie Lee, 72,319 Hoag, Robert David, 57 i-ian, Hill, Hobbs, Nancy Victoria, 166,220,297,310 Hodges, Doyle Cameron, 58 Hodges, Rebecca Anne, 72 Hodgson, Howard James, 37,172 -J- Jackson, Barry Arthur, 38 Jackson, Margaret Ann, 57,139,151,152,156,185 Jackson, Phyllis Kay, 125,316 Jackson, Sandra Jo, 57 Jackson Susan Elizabeth 73 314 Jackson, Tempe Wynne, 73,144,290,314,316 Jackson, Virginia Kay, 93,125,316 Jackson, Xanna Yvonne, 93,165,220 Jacobs, Charles Earl, 38,293 Jamison, Fredrick Eugene, 93 Janda, Bernice, 318 Jeffers, Judi Kay, 93 Jefferson, Everett Norman, 75,125,319 Jenkins, Lola Sue, 73,125,303 Jennings, James Doyle, 73,161 Jennings, Jerry, 140 Jennings, Richard Lynn, 93 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Billy Bob, 38,165,183,305,308,319 Carolyn Jan, 93 Cullen Frank, 33,38,139,189,206,207, 209,224,234,280,283,308 Johnson, Dennis Herman, 322 Johnson, Donald Ray, 38 Johnson, Douglas Einar, 81 Johnson, James Wayne, 93 Johnson, Jeannie, 73,290 Johnson, Joe Brent lSoph.J, 57 Johnson, Mary Anna, 93,142 Johnson, Nedra, 8,57,125 Johnson, Olin Neal, 38 Johnson, Paula Genon, 73 Koonce, Martha Frances, 74,142,307,326 Kruzick, Carolyn, 74,139,321,327 Kubica, Victor Glenn, 95,276 Kuehn, Roger Wayne, 58 -L- Lacy, Kenneth, Freeman, 58 Lafferty, Carolyn Irene, 95,297,316 Lake, Jerry Ann, 74 Lamar, Thomas Preston, 74 Lamb, Kelly Eugene, 261 Lambert, Gayla Jeanne, 39,116,185,294,297,349 Lambert, Linda Gayle, 288,298 Lamkin, Robert Duane, 58,323 Lamon, Sandra Joyce, 58 LaMotte, Larry, 95,178 Lane, Lynda Sue, 74 Lane, Myrle Ann, 58,303 Lansford, Paul Anthony, 58 Lary, Patricia Mary, 58 Lau, John Jacob, 50 Lauderdale, Sharon Bernice, 74, 314 Lauen, John Wayne, 58 Lavette, Billie Joyce, 116,297 Lawler, John William, 273,289 Lawrence, David Paul, 74,305 Lawrence, Donald Wayne, 39 Lawrence, William, 318 Lawson, Gloria Jean, 39 Layne, Mack Ellison, 74,261 Leak, Sharon Rae, 74,323 Leatherwood, Regina Jo, 93,95,316 Lebow, Janice Faye, 95,144 Ledbetter, Jo Anne, 95,142,160 Lee, Lanny Darrell, 39 Leichner, John, 74 Leininger, Rose Mary, 74 Lemley, Norma Janice, 95,172 Leske, Sandra Lee, 58,290,326 Lester, Ruane Evelyn, 58,306,314,327 Letts, Bettye Louise, 58,147 Leverett, Billye Clarice, 74,298, Lewis, Alan, 8,166,167,292 Lewis, Charles Marvin, 74 Lewis, Goldye Lee, 44,58,149,1B5,236,291 ,, 7' --c" ir- .Q ,I 9 L ' f 51 Larry and Norma think 31's wise to shop at MINTERS. 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L ' gf- ,Azz . , wge- V22 Lewis, Lewis, Mary Carolyn, 95.164 Lewis, Sherrill Gwen lSherry1, 116,303 Lewis, Ted Fisher, 74 Warren Wayne, 11,39,130,146,166 Index Miller, Larry S., 60 Miller, Ray, 41,173,309 Minor, Larry, 41 Minter, Talmage Alan, 41,125,227 Lindsey, Pamela, 95,221 Liscum, Eleanor Paulene, 39 Little, David Edwin, 74,318 Litton, Gerta Ann, 95,160,164,165 Lively, Bobby Gene, 39 Llewellyn, Janet, 58,161 Lloyd, Lawanna Jane, 74 Lloyd, Martha Louise, 74,173,290,316 Lloyd, Rodney Frederick, 39,134,136,309 Lock, Elizabeth, 322 Lock, Raymond Mont, 322 Loeckle, George Vestal, 300,347 Lollis, James Ray, 74 Loney, Janice Lea, 58,310 Long, Norris Glenn, 58,74,139,250,296,358 Long, Robert William, 142 Loudermilk, Bennie Bert, 312 Love, Bill Rex, 50,356 Lovelady, Darlene Colette, 50,321 Lovelady, Shirley May, 39,139,314,321 Loveless, Charlotte Evelyn, 74 Lowe, Ania Lutreece, 39, 295 L'Roy, Di Ann, 74,166,179,314 Lucado, Jacquelyn Ann, 39,48,149,160,184,224,290, 297,327 Lucado, Joan Frances, 95,149,160,245 Lueking, Lloyd Dale, 74 Lumley, Murray Dale, 74,322 Lynch, Dudley Morton, 58,155,183,320 -M- Maddox, Floyd Jure, 40 Magill, Phillip Michael, 318 Mahan, Michael M., 74,161 Mallory, Stanley Odell, 40 Malone, David Mitchell, 320 Malone, Robert Earl, 95,122 Manis, Archie Leeroy, 40 Manly, Carolyn Gene, 95,125 Mann, Nancy Lee, 77,303 Mansker, Patsy Louise, 74,291,297 Maples, Nancy Kay, 74,160,310,315 Marchman, Lawrence Michael, 74,285,355 Marshall, Bobbie Jo, 58,221,3l0,315 Marshall, Travis Larry, 74,283,309 Mitchel l, Elizabeth Ray, 96 Mobley, James Rondal, 41 Moffett, Charles Woody, 41, 139 Money, Montgo Royce Lynn, 96,158 mery, Elma Virginia, 77 Moody, Denson Lewis, 41,60,255,256,257,293 Moore, Beverly Gayle, 77 Moore, D'Anne, 77 Moore, Denis Leslie, 273 Moore, Moore, Ellen Ann, 77,307 Howard, 146,318 Moore, Lea Janette, 77,173,281,299 Moore, Richard George, 41,276 Morgan, James Pat, 96,276 Morgan, Joe, 321 Morren, Mary, 77, 322 Morris, Janis, 41,291 Morris, Linda Lee, 77,315 Morris, Myrna Rhonda, 77 Morris, Morriso William Dale, 41,309 n, Gay, 60,149 Morrow, Jim Bill, 77,210,230,292 Morrow, Mollye, 60,139,144,185,294 Morrow, Troy Leon, 77 Moses, Carrol Dean, 41,291,293 Mosley, Judith Sharon, 77 Moss, Dee Ana, 60,213,222,337 Mudd, Dale Albert, 77,178 Muense, Janice Elaine, 77 Muense, Pamla Ann, 96,316 Mukitus, Gary Lynn, 77,322 Mullens, Frances Lynne, 297,316 Muns, Nedom Conway, 41,144,276,289 Murdau gh, William Charles, 77 Murphey, Jane Yvette, 77 Murray, Ray Farrell, 165 Murray, Stanley Ralph, 165,279 Murray, Thomas, 96,254 Musselman, Charles Russell, 42 Myers, Richard Earl, 60,292 .. MC - McBride, Richard, 95,279 McBride, Ronald Lee, 59,161 McBroom, Frances Ann, 96,136,137 Martin Martin Martin, Martin Dan Alton, 50 Helen Bain, 17,538,327 Iva Darlaine iCookieJ, 95,122 .lan Caskey, 303 Martin Linda Lee, 59,144,315 Martin Meta Jan, 59 Martin Richard Elliott, 74 Martin, Ronny, 276 Martin Sandra Joyce, 95,316 Martin Sarah Ann, 40,144,316 Mashburn, William Hyer, 95 Massey, Jess Irvin, 59,173 Masters, Everett Heulan, 166 Masters, John Dickie, 292,254 Mathews, Betty, 142,153,156 Mathews, Elizabeth Ann, 74 Mathews, Ronald David, 74,318,319 Mathis, Joe Michael, 166 Matlack, Charles Andrew, 59,305,312,323 Matthews, Richard Harrison, 59,209,229,296 Maul, Stephen Bailey, 77,136,318 Maxey, Lowell Ray, 40 Maxwell, Dwayne Doyle, 40,282 Maxwell, Ernest Arthur, 95,16l,209,231,246 Maxwell, Joe Franklin, 40,304 McCaleb, Gary Day, 96,266,276 McCall, Donna Jean, 77,96,295,297,315,326,329 McCalla, Dora Genelle, 160,164,318 McCarley, Larry Reynolds, 77 McCaughan, Linda Gail, 59 McCaughan, William Thomas, 59,305 McClung, Dennis Roger, 39 McClung, Joe Paul, 96,169 McClung, Martha Nell, 149,310 McCook, Charles Lee, 96,246,255 McCormick, Keith, 305 McCoy, Phillip, 77,165 McCracken, Judy, 77,142 McCrain, Norma, 307 McCutchan, Millie, 66 McDaniel, Althea, 318 McDaniel, Lloyd Eldon, 54,164,194 McDaniel, Loyce Elaine, 318 McDermett, Marilyn Jean, 39,173,184,227,315 McDonald, Forrest Eugene, 77 McDonald, Rosemary, 59,220,290,358 McFarland, John, 59 McGraw, Jo Jean, 39,184,225,288,290,317 Mcllhaney, James Rayford, 39,270 Mclnroe, Tommy Lyle, 96,178 Maxwell, John Fleming, 95,152 Maxwell, Norma Sue, 40,160,1B4,290 May, Sammie Gene, 40 Mayes, Ronald Jay, 59 Mayo, iBuddyJ, 77 Medford, Henry Robert, 40,166 Meecham, Ronald Edwin, 77 Meharg, Mary Joyce, 303 Melson, Billy Steve, 77 Melton, LaWanda Jane, 40 McKay, Jack, 77,122,161 McKennon, Clifford Pat, 270 McKinney, Jerry, 211,300,335 McKinney, Wanda Lee, 59,123,124,125,153,303 McKinn McKinz McKinz McKnig McKnig McLaug is, Mike, 59,309 ie, Birt Leana, 40 ie, Joe F., 40 ht, Thayne, 256 ht, Verba Janell, 160,164 hlin, James Ralph, 77 Meneer, Brenda Elaine, 60,173,315 Mercer, Jean Ellen, 60,303 Merriot , Linda, 58,250,251,310,329,358 Merritt, Hilton, 77 Meyer, Nancy Elizabeth, 77,328 Mickey, Carl Wayne, 77 Mickey, Peggy Elaine, 60,184,306,315,327 Miles, Robert Samuel, 41 Miller, Charles Edward, 60 Miller 1 Curtis Todd, 60,309 Miller, George Cantrell, 41,308 Miller, Grace Evelyn, 77,299 Miller, Miller, Jane Ellen, 41 Jerry, 41,209,227,228,292,327 McLean, Sidney Lee, 59 McLeod, Edward, 95,165 McLeod, Robert Don, 190,255,256,258,289 McLure, Eddie, 318 McMennamy, Barbara Joan, 77,146,160 McMillan, Cecil, 331 McMillan, Robert Dee, 304 McMillian, Beverly Jean, 77,165 McMillion, Darlene, 59,318,323 McMillion, Harley Cleve, 40,323 McMinn, Anita Joyce, 59 McMullin, Cecil Paul, 59 McMurry, George Roger, 40 McMurtry, Curtis Lee, 77 McPhaul, Linda Louise, 59,149,211,236,310 McPherson, Dan James, 60 McReynolds, James Michael, 210,231 McReynolds, S. E., 137 McWilliams, Edna Louise, 77,139 -N- Nall, Sharon Lanelle, 77 Nash, Teddy Joe, 60 Neal, Pete, 96,165 Neeley, James Carol, 77,272 Neeley, Nora Marlo, 303 Neill, Edward Thurman, 62,253,255 Nelson, Charles Inman, 60,139,211,288,305 Nelson, Glenda Sue, 96,153,156 Nelson, Nancy, 321 Nesmith, Susan Adell, 42,124,185 Neu, Wayne, 42 Neuhold, Alfred John, 42,224 Newhouse, Ellie Dorris, 8,42,166,167,315 Newhouse, Don Max, 60,292 Newhouse, Mary Lois, 77,166,327 Newsom, Gracie Lee, 42,144 Newton, Linda Dell, 96,142 Newton, William Eldon, 77 Nichols, Lynn Allan, 77,312 Nigh, Perry Max, 8,77,166 Noble, Jean Elizabeth, 42,160 Northam, Carol Lucille, 71,121 Norton, Judy Ann, 60 Norton, Maria, 183 Norton, Mariorie Ann, 42,185 Norwood, James Robert, 60,178 Nowlin, Louie Allen, 60 -Q- Oates, Marion Jaynelle, 77,173 Odom, Floyd Kirk, 42,176,300 Odom, Martha Jean, 42,1B5,288,302,315,326 Offutt, George, 60,l83,210,229,296 Offutt, Linda Nell, 96,142,297 Ogletree, Judy, 77,219,310 Ohlhausen, James Leland, 77,178,312 Ohlhausen, Norma Jean, 96,149,173 Ohlhausen, Orlan Dean, 42,144,305 Oldham, Dennis Elton, 60 Oliver, James Thomas, 42,137,173,320 O'Neal, Judy, 294 Onstott, Dan Merrill, 58,60,250,251,304,358 O'Rear, Albert Dean, 42 O'Rear, Joyce Anne, 77,116 Osborn, Bill Moses, 42,296,297 Osborn, Derrill Roy, 211,231 Osbourn, LaWanda Dawn, 77,149,303,315 Overby, Barbara Anne, 42,307 Owen, Leo Carlton, 77,254,256,257 Owens, Rochelle, 60,315 -p- Pace, Phil Crieghton, 47,296,297 Packer, Nancy Carol, 77,316 Palmer, Jerry Dean, 77,165 Park, Glenda Beth, 42,185,291 Park, Leslie Floyd, 77,296 Parker, Jan Elise, 60,302 Parker, Rebecca Jane, 77 Parker, William Davis, 64 Parrish, Barbara Ann, 160,291 Parrish, Linden Joe, 60 Parsons, Jimmy Dean, 77 Partain, Sylvia, 77 Patterson, Jean Ann, 96,160,307 Patterson, Johnny Lee, 61 Patterson, Lewis, 77 Patterson, Richard Sterling, 276,283,309 Patton, Robert, 43 Payne, Shirley Ann, 61,147,183,303 Peacock, Carolyn Jean, 96,142 Peeples, Mary Ann, 77,152 Peeples, Maurice Leon, 77,165,305 Pemelton, Billy Gene, 273 Pennington, Carol Jane, 77,310,327 Pennington, Sidney Van, 77 Pennock, Carolyn Patricia, 61,142,326 Perry, Lanny Loyd, 77 Peterson, Artheta Yvonne, 6l,303,315,326 i Z ff U .1 X.-f - -i ws X 18- X , .1- 11 Wanda and Royce looking at the many selections at- Meet the gong at the GRILL! 5 4, W . 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'23 1 N , , .wil f Q f ' .VJ ,Vw ' "N w,.,:,,. t ' Qi-fi V ,e Robinson Satterwh Larry Cleon, 44,211,309 44 Peterson, George Burton, 226 Petty, Vera Jeanne, 77,299 Pharis, Linda Jeff, 137,315 Phillips, Herman Roy, 43,253,255,292 Phillips, Rosemary, 77,144,291,326 Pierce, Janice, 326 Pierce, Shirley June, 61,326 Pinon, Lila Mae, 61,142 Pipes, Thomas Dubose, 43,139,305 Pirtle, Robert Glenn, 43,173 Pitman, Jimmie Carole, 78 Pitts, Jack, 276 Plate, Catherine Elaine, 78,123,125,291,3l5 Pool, Margaret Anne, 78,147 Porter, Lewis Lee, 61 Porter, Marcella Sue, 78,307 Porter, Sherman Edward, 254 Potter, Karol Kay, 43,125,291,316 Potts, Terry, 43 Pounds, Jan, 78,142 Powell, Charlotte Ann, 43,160,291 Index Rizer, William Keith, 61, 304 Roach, Terry Ann, 78,142,307,315 Robbins, Joe Dean, 273,309 Roberson, Barbara Allen, 98,160 Shollenbarger, Joseph Hiram, 44,139,300,352 Short, Beverly Kay, 101 Showalter, Jana, 79,136 Showalter, Judith Belle, 116 Roberson, Martha Katherine, 61,147,153,183,315 Roberts, Bill Muse, 98 Roberts, James Weldon, 255 Roberts, Janice Lorene, 78,291 Roberts, Jay, 164 Roberts, Jimmie Glenn, 6,43,136,21l,228,296 Roberts, Jimmy Doss, 61,153,169,319 Roberts, Jimmy Jack, 293 Roberts, Joe Van, 61,160,163,173 Roberts, Patti Marie, 62,142,165,303,318 Roberts, Ronnie C., 98 Robertson, Robert Claude, 98 Robinson, Danielle, 78,142,299 Robinson Robinson , George Donald, 98 , Nicky Carolyn, 98,173 Robinson, Rheuanna Lynn, 79,160 , Sharon Marie, 98,144 Powell, Linda Lee, 54,61,142,295,297,315,3l6,326 Prather Prather Prather , Dorthy Lavelle, 78,315 , Ewell Edward, 43 , Orville Lewis, 43 Preston, Howard Grady, 61 Price, Donald Wayne, 43 Rockwell, Rochelle, 183,310 Rodak, Betty Louise, 62,124,125 Rohen, Anthony Edward, 98,161,163,312 Rodriguez, Victor Joseph, 44 Roe, Rosaile Claudette, 62,166,295,297 Rogers, David Lynn, 98 Price, Larry Gene, 78,318,319 Priddy, Ronald Gene, 58,300 Prince, Thomas Wayne, 300 Proctor, Burl William, 78 Province, James Daniel, 78,178 Puckett, Earl Corman, 78 Purcell, Becky Lou, 78,147,315,326 Purcell, Norris Duane, 6,61,293 Pyeatt, Bernice McCellan Pyett, Charles Willis, 78 -Q- Qubty, Farouk Abdo, 61,322 Qubty, Linda, 322 -R- Rackow, Bette Thomas, 183 Ragsdale, Carol Ann, 310 Ragsdale, Howard Wayne, 289 Ragsdale, Martha Bernita, 98 Rainwater, Linda Lou, 78,116 Ramsey, Sandra Lynn, 43,160,162,164,173,297 Randolph, Carol Ann, 61,142,3lO,316,326 Randolph, Robert M,, 61,296,297,319 Rankin, Sheila Mae, 98,165 Rasco, Mary Deane, 98 Rasco, Sally Louise, 43,297 Ravanelli, James Albert, 61,313 Rawls, Buddy Gene, 98,255,256 Raymond, Cecil Dwight, 98 Reagan, Rawleigh Terrell, 98,175 Reed, Benna, 142,291 Reed, Kathryn, 98 Reeder, Sidney Frances, 78 Reeger, Luther Gary, 78 Rogers, Don C., 62,305 Rogers, Keith Lionel, 79,318 Rogers, Bill, 166 Roggendortf, George Arthur, 323 Rone, Ce celia Dawn, 98 Roper, William Durayne, 98 Rose, Joella, 62,161,165,323 Ross, Charles David, 98 Ross, Marie Ann, 98 Ross, Robert Malcolm, 98 Ross, Sid ney Wayne, 44 Rothwell, Paul, 79 Roundtree, Betty Jo, 98 Royal, Herbert Larry, 62 Rucker, David James, 44,253,255,256,293 Rummel, Suzanne Kay, 62,161,176 Russell, Betty Ann, 316 Russell, George William, 62,152,156,211,229,239,292 Ryan, Oma Dell, 98 -5- Salaita, Ghaleh Nicola, 322 Sam Key, Alice Earline, 98 San Aan, Elsbitd, 322 Sandifer, Suzanne, 79 Sassman, Beth, 62,291 ite, Vicky Jan, 98,149,173,211,231 Showers, William Francis, 73,319 Shulk, Betty Ann, 79,316 Shupe, Jack Montgomery, 44,166,210,228 Sikes, Sikes, Doug, 66 George Ann, 62,142,298 Silvey, Robert Mattox, 11,44,146 Simpson, Darla Kaye, 101 Singleton, Vickie Ann, 101 Skelto Sloan, Small, n, Donald Melvin, 79 Derrell Norman, 101 Rose Kathleen, 321 Smith, Ardis Jane, 45,173,316,320 Smith, Barbara Ann, 79,295 Smith, Barbara Elaine, 79 Smith, Bobby Wayne, 166 Smith, Carol Ann IFr. Henderson, Tex.1, 101 Smith, Carol Ann lFr. Winters, Tex.1, 101 Smith, Carol Sue, 101 Smith, Charles tFr.1, 101 Smith, Clinton Thomas, 79,160,319 Smith Derwood Cooper, 50 smith: Ginny is., a2,i44,i49,1s2 Smith, Joan Etta, 101 Smith, Jeannene Ann, 63,185 Smith, Jerry Allen, 169 Smith, Jerry Todd, 101,255 Smith, Joycelyn Sue, 79,303 Smith, Judith Ann, 63,123 Smith, Judith Lynn, 101 Smith, Larry Gray, 50,136,137 Smith, Lennis Marilyn, 101 Smith, Smith, Marion Joan, 101 Mitty, 63,291 Smith, Nancy Ann, 79 Smith, Richard John, 45 Smith, Roger Alan, 45 Smith, Ronda Marie, 79,307,316 Smith, Roy Click, 101 Smith, Sandra Kay, 63,288,297,303 Smith, Shirlee Jean, 45,149,185,307 Smith Smith , Teresa Nan, 101,173 , William Michael, 273 Smith, Zenna May, 144,318 Snow, Snow, Joyce Adeline Judith Lynne, 101,144 Songster, Joan, 45 Sosebee, Betty, 291 Sosebee, Ronald, 45,101 Sowar Sowel Sowel ds, Elsa Janice, 101 l, David, 300,313 I, Myra Lee, 101 Spain, Betty, 63,173 Spain, Carla lone, 63,166,216,222,291,297,315 358 Sparks, Delvin Earl, 101,161 Sparks, Garry Gene, 79 Sautter, Walter Paul, 322 Savage, Jack Eaton, 98 Savage, Phillip, 169,293 Saverance, Sidney Lavon, 79 Scarborough, Peggy Sue, 62,153,183,326 Scarbrough, William Leslie, 98 Schmidt, Diane Marie, 98 Schmidt, Jeryl Richard, 98,312 Schneider, Lala Edwina, 98,125,165 Schulz, Donald Philip, 62,173,183,312 Schulze, Marilyn, 10 Schulze, Paul David, 62 Schwartz, Lynda Gail, 62,142 Schweikhard, Patricia Marie, 98 Spaulding, Rodney Allen, 166 Spears, William Perry, 101 Spencer, Jimmy Ray, 45,304 Spencer, Merritt, Elman, 45 Spooner, Sandra Lee, 101 Sprayberry, Daniel Gene, 63 Spriggs, William James, 45,147 Spring, Philip Wasson, 79,300,335 Stambaugh, James Mack, 101 Stancill, Jerry Lynn, 45 Standlee, David Lowell, 101,266 Standly, Bettye Louise, 79,307 Standridge, Sandra Sue, 45,l30,142,184,206,227 232 Stanglin, John Edward, 101 Reese, Arthur Lee, 43,195 Reese, Betty Gail, 43 Reese, George Wesley, 78,313 Reese, Harold Michael, 61 Reeve, Wayne Gammill, 273 Scitern, Carolyn Frances, 98 Stanley, Patsy LaVerne, 79 Scott, Scott, , Del Earl, 304 Scott, Scott Al Victor, 289 Carolyn Rhea, 98, 165, 316 Reeves, Bryant, 176 Reeves, George Lynn, 98,318 Reeves, Ronnie Ross, 78,276 Reid, Benna Von, 61 Renner, Joland Ethel, 78,146 Scott, Sandra Lynne, 295 Scudder, Linda Lee, 44,165,303 Seabrook, William Reed, 285 Searchy, Judith Lynn, 98,125,197 Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds, Reynolds r Dale Curtis, 43,225,254,292 , James Glen, 98,266 Noel Worley, 43 Otis Lynn, 98,312 Richard, 78,175 Virginia 78160 299 Rhoads, DeWain, 78,160,164 Rhoads, Murphy, 78,266 Rice, Janelle, 78,161 Rich, Carol Anne, 98 Richey, James Lloyd, 98 Richter, Oneida Sue, 61 Richardson, James Dennis, 272 Ridley, Riemen Riggs, Riggs, Billy Don, 289 schneider, Joan, 98,149,164 Glenda Nell, 61,144,166 Jerry Don, 98,173 Ritchie, Judith, 98,160 Rix, David Ortho, 78,279 Searcy, Wanda Lou, 44,147,185,225,343 Seay, Angela Sharon, 295 Seitz, Rodney Dale, 98 Self, Gerald Levi, 98,122 Setlitf, Rebecca Jo, 79,166,295,297,316,327 Sexton, Charolyn, 44 Shackleford, Mary Elizabeth, 98 Shatter, Joan Kay, 44,124,l25,185,227,288,291 Shamblin, Harold Wayne, 190,261,262,265 Shanks, Barbara Ruth, 98 Shannon, Janelle Kay, 100,156,316 Shaw, Linda Gayle, 100 Shelburne, Gene Paul, 44 Shelby, Sarah Ruth, 62 Sheppard, Rhonda, 100 Sheridan, Jack Wilson, 79 Shewmaker, Jim, 178 Shewmaker, John Thomas, 79 Shirley, Myrna Beth, 100,173 Shollenbarger, Janice Carol, 44,173,352 Starnes, Malissa Ruth, 101,165,316 Steele, Frieda Karen, 63,148 Steffee, Sam Lake, 79 A Stegemoller, Joyce Ann, 45,142,302,326 Stelding, Charles Royce, 166,167 Stephens, Patricia Margaret, 80,142,307 Stephens, Sherwin Kay, 101,173 Stephens, Thomas Clinton, 45,293,319 Stephenson, Charles Bell, 101 Steward, Gordon Lewis, 63,331 Stewardson, Ann, 80,165 Stewart, George Earl, 101 Stewart, John David, 320 Stewart, Judy Ilene, 101 Stewart, Robert, 101 Stiger, Larry Joe, 80,300 Stigers, James Lloyd, 80,161,355 Stiggins, Larry Lynn, 63 Stilwill, Carolyn Sue, 101 St. John, David Leland, 79,165,296 Stock, Gayle Evonne, 64 Stone, Carol Francis, 101,125,144 Stone, Jay Dene, 101,149 Stone, Louis Ray, 101,266 Strahan, Sandra, 101 Strait, Jimmy, 46 Straker, Bernard Hugh, 46,322 Strake r, Carole, 322 lllll 3.4-' w 0 o C Joe and Marilyn always enioy that IO, 2, and 4 drink - DR. 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WN Varner, Wiggsl 346 Strange, Judith Elaine, 80,164,294 Straughn, Harold Kent, 46,226,291 Strzinek, Robert Al, 80,211,230,283,309,313 Sturgess, Virginia Sue, 46,291 Sugg, David Finch, 81,101 Sullivan, Anita Louise, 46,139,303 Sullivan, John Larry, 64 Sullivan, John Murray, 289 Sullivan, Linda Diana, 101 Sullivan, Loretta Lois, 64 Summerlin, Phillip, 64,319 Summers, Martha Evelyn, 316,335 Sundling, Phillip Gordon, 101,318,319 Sung, Eva, 80 Swadley, Ronald Rupert, 101 Swanson, Nancy Ann, 46,176,1B3,184 Swigart, Barbara Jean, 80,303 Swindell, Patricia, 101 Swafford, Judy, 80,166,167,210,230,310,315 -T- Taliaferro, Gary Day, 64,296 Tankersley, Lynn, 161,163,305 Tarbet, Trine David, 101,318 Tarver, Fairis Buddy, 261 ,26,265,289 Tate, Roger Lynn, 80,173 Taylor, Barbara Ann, 64 Taylor, Beverly Jean, 101,316 Taylor, Cecil Coy, 101 Taylor, Don Lee, 166 Taylor, Doris Lynn, 326 Taylor, Earl Milton, 46 Taylor, Frank Raymond, 270 Taylor, Jacqueline Sheila, 101 Taylor, James Hayden, 46,140,142,161,22B,300 Taylor, Marilyn Modeen, 299 Taylor, Taylor, Mary Lee, 8O,149,160,164 Stover Wayne, 80,327 Tefertiller, Brenda Kay, 101 Terry, Brenda, 160 Terry, Clovis Ann, 80,166,189,294,320 Terry, Martha Alice, 101 Terry, William Aubie, 254,289 Tharp, Donald Patrick, 101 Thetford, Barbara Joyce, 101 Thomas, Gary Arthur, 80,165,169,31B Thomas, Linda Carole, 101 Thomason, Vivian Lee, 101,122,173 Thompson, Doris Ann, 101 Thompson, James Weldon, 101,320 Thompson, Jerrell Ray, 292 Thompson, Larry Kent, 101 Thompson, Peggy Ann, 64,139,303,315,326 Thompson, Wanda Lou, 81,315,321 Thornburg, Orvll Lee, 102 Thorp, Sylvia Ann, 102,125,161,328 Thrash, Jimmie Beth, 46,311 Tidwell, Ira Dee, 64,300 Timme, Janet May, 46,306 Tinsley, Kenny Darrell, 81,144 Tipton, Phil Arnold, 81 Titlow, Joan, 81,166,297,315 Todd, John, 165 Todd, Sammy, 81 Tomlinson, Gene Felton, 144,318 Tomme, Harold Ernest, 102 Toombs, Billy Bob, 102 Towery, Leland Robert, 254,257 Townsdin, Miller John, 320 Trammell, Margie Lee, 318 Trammell, Rayford Horace, 81 Travis, Travis, Kathryn Millann, 102 Linda Nell, 81,291,316 Trayler, Charles Barton, 160,163 Treat, Gloria Elaine, 81,2l0,230,291,297,315,317,326 Tremper, Don Allen, 46 Trewitt, George Woodrow, 46,161,173 Tribble, James Slater, 102,160,164 Trimble, Linda Carol, 102,316 Triplett, George Hall, 10,166,296 Triplett, Phyllis, 102,125,161 Trippett, Jack Wayne, 102 Trosclair, Joy Lynn, 102 Troup, Rhinard Charles, 46 Tucker, Ann, 46,180,183,184,208,218,222,224, 288,310 Tucker, Daryl Wayne, 81,322 Tudor, Boyd, 64,305 Tudor, LoRetta Mae, 64,144,164,303 Tunoa, Matagiese Gaoia, 322 Turbyfill, Glen Derwin, 81,211 Turner, Turner, , John Elbert, 46,173 Turner, Turner Turner Tuttle, Tuttle, Tyler, Jerry Ray, 81,243,255 Jerry Ronald, 293,327 June Eleanor, 81,147 , Tommy Cessel, 47,166,167,172,226,304 Charles Welton, 102 Gary Lester, 160,164,318 Bertha Ann, 102 Index -U- Uzzel, Nancy Jo, 165 ..V- Valentine, Thomas Leon, 11 Van Ewiik, Cornelius, 47,322 Van Ewiik, Ghaleb, 322 Van Zandt, John Raymond, 65,146,165 Varner, Betty Lou, 81,142,173,307 Varner, Darrel Wayne, 47,173 Varner, Roy, 102 Sandra Sue, 81 Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler , David Max, 82,272 , Kenneth Max, 65 , Ray Ruth, 65,142,183,185,211,229,310 , Virginia, 102,137 White, Janelle, 82,125,139,152 White, Danny Bud, 272 White, James Richard, 82,319 White, Linda Gail, 166 White, Michael Ashley, 102 White, Peggy Juanell, 82,316 White, Tommy, 102 White, Wanda Sue, 65 Whitefield, Dotty, 82,148,149,291,316,326 Whitefield, Diane, 322 Whitefield, William Wilton, 82,160,318,320 Whittiel d, John, 49,322,49 Whittenburg, Thomas Wendell, 82,122,173 Whittington, Patsy Ruth, 102 Widener, Loyd, 65 Edgar Lee, 102,273 Vassar, Bob, 318 Vaughan, Betty Jo, 102,316 Vaughan, Janet Ruth, 102 Veach, Verna Mae, 47,142,288,306,315 Veltman, John Victor, 47,253,255,296 Venable, Jimmy Charles, 102 Verett, Gary Dwayne, 65,282,293 Verett, James Allen, 81,293 Verett, Pauletta, 102 Vermilion, Barbara, 102 Vermillion, Shirley Ray, 65 Wilbanks, William Lee, 65,183,260,265 Wilbeck, Mona Kristin, 49,93,185,226,307,315 Wilburn, Bob Glenn, 102 Wilder, Phil, 82,160 Wilds, John Fillmore, 49,178 Wilkerson, John Scott, 102,313 Wilkinson, Grady Eugene, 65,318 Willi, Wayne, 102 Williams, Don, 32,208,230,309 Williams, Ivan Wayne, 102,160 Vertz, Gary Lee, 165 Vice, El izabeth Marie, 47,303 Vick, Larry Alton, 81 Vincent, Mary Dianne, 81 Vincent, Varden Edward, 144 Vinther, Larry Nelson, 165,178 Virgin, Valenda Kay, 102, 165 Voelkle, Robert Nim, 47,305 -W- Wade, R. A., 47,64,190,260,262,265 Walker, Gwendolyn, 64,147,299 Walker, Gwynel, 64,160,294,315,321 Walker, Joyce Claudine, 142,302 Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Judy Nell, 102 Kay Meree, 81,142,291,316 Micky Winston, 50 William Oren, 254 Wall, Derrel Elwyn, 64,157,305,319 Wall, Gerald Davis, 47,15B,304,319 Wallace, Betty Dianne, 81,327 Wallace, Bobbie Starr, 65,295 Wallace Wallace , Carolyn Irene, 48,142,166,307 , Gary Ray, 102,210,231 Wallace, Kenneth Knox, 65,133,183,296 Wallace, Paul Farris, 163 Walraven, Louella, 81 Walton, George William, 81, 147 Walton, Winston, 82 Ward, Jimmy Andrew, 102 Ward, John Marcus, 65,289 Ward, Peggy Joyce, 4,l0,4B,l76,135 Warden , Dan Edwin, 166,169,305 Warner, Robert Graham, 48 Warren, Judy Gayle, 102 Warren, Lynn Ann, 102 Warwic Warwic k, B. E., 49,319 k, Glyndolyn Nan, 65 Wash, David King, 102 Wasson, Linda Carol, 82,142 Waters, Marion Alton, 102,276 Watkins, Gilbert Dan, 58,65,166,250,251,296,358 Watson, Dee Ann, 102,165 Watson, Gerald B., 82,161 Watson, Judy Marie, 82 Watson, Lawrence, 65,161,313,318,331 Watson, Linda Jean, 82 Watson, Lorin Perry, 82 Watson, Mary Ann, 164 Watson, Paul Layton, 48,l61,181,227 Watts, Evelyn Janet, 299 Weaver, Peggy, 102 Webb, J. B., 48 Webb, Peggy Jo, 82,144,240,291,316 Weed, Maurice Alexander, 48 Weed, Michael Robbins, 82 Weekley, Howard Glenn, 178 Weiss, Arthur, 255 Welch, Welch, Welch, Gary Dale, 102,255 Guy Lynn, 102,254,256,257 James Lee, 82,305 Wells, Doyle Ernest, 65 Welty, Lyle Leroy, 82 Wesner, Ken, 65,183,296 West, Sandra Kay, 82, 173 Weyandt, Paul Edmund, 82,300,353 Whaley, Veda Darlene, 82, 307 Williams, James Lowell, 49,312 Williams, Janice Ann, 102 Williams, John Mason, 160,164 Williams, Kay LaDora, 83 Williams, Nancy Ann, 49 Williams, Wilbert Lee, 83,170 Willingham, Glenn Edward, 254 Willingham, Robert Lee, 169 Willis, James Alfred, 122,289 Willison, Clara Loucinda, 83,173,322 Wilmeth, Don Burton, 9,166,176,226 Wilson, Gayleen Faye, 102,149 Wilson, Jack Michael, 102 Wilson, James Roark, 289 Wilson, Jim, 65 Wilson, Jo Ann, 83,318 Wilson, Willie Joe, 304 Winfrey, Mildred Ann, 83,320 Winger, Marcella Kay, 83,291,326 Winters, James Kenneth, 102 Wireman, Mickey Lawrence, 83 Wiseman, Charles Robert, 255 Witherspoon, Linda Kate, 102,217,297,316 Witt, Bryan Dan, 65,292 Witt, Mona Gail, 83 Wolf, Marine Larue, 146,323 Womack, Bennie Lee, 102 Womack, James Ernest, 83,261,309 Wood, Donna Jean, 19,102,221,284,316 Wood, Linda Gayle, 102 Wood br Woods, Woods, Woodso idge, Gerald Dale, 83 Margaret Ann, 8,65,166 Elaine, 65,73,124,125,144,315,323 n, Diana Jean, 83,142 Worley, Howard Earl, 83 Worley, Joy Levell, 102 Wright, Alta Belle, 102,160,164 Wright, Audrey Marilyn, 83,173,322 Wright, Blenus, 83,175,322 Wright, Donald Joe, 102,175 Wright, Ronald, 65,183,309,313 Wright, Janie Rebecca, 83 Wright, Mary Anita, 65,151,153,156,302,315 Wright, Don, 102,319 Wynes, James Bruce, 29 Wynes, Mary Lou, 29 Wynes, Pat, 65,166,167 Wyres, Yadon, Barbara Jo, 211,222,225,288,310 - Y - Karon Lynne, 8,166,167 Yarbrough, Jerome Gilbert, 83 Yarbrough, Sarah Beth, 10,65,124,125,176,315 Yates, Charles Ray, 102 Yates, James Rodney, 173,309,356 Yates, L Yeager, Yeager, Young, inda Lee, 291,317 Alan Dale, 83,273 Clifton, 153 David Harlan, 83,175 Young, Doug Gerald, 160,309 Young, Earl Verdelle, 33,189,204,238,239,271,274 275 309 Young, James Dwayne, 103 Young, Janis Lazone, 83,165,326 Young, Linda Ann, 102 Yowell, Phillip Gary, 103,318 Yve, George S., 50 Yue, Helen Sung, 65 ' I ,.. 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