Amarillo College - Palo Duro Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)

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Vv . -. yy l , liF y j T " " " A ' jb ' V Ws -r- I- - ' 00t » ' )dyy r THAT YOUTH MAY ADVANCE AMARILLO COLLEGE PALO DURO Published by the students of AMARILLO COLLEGE Amarillo, Texas BILLIE JOYCE BIRD Editor AMELIA FOSTER Assistant Editor BETTY JOYCE SEEDS Business Manager EDWIN JAQUET Art Editor GENE TIPPS Assistant Art Editor IRVIN NELSON Sports Editor LOUISE DANIEL Composition Editor ANN GALLOWAY JOAN THRASHER Feature Editors CATHERINE ALLEN EDWINA CORDELL Snapshot Editors BEVERLEE ARNOLD LUCY GREGORY JOHN LOCK JOHN NOTESTINE JOYCE RAINEY Business Staff WILLIAM A. PATMAN Sponsor COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS Campus Photographers AUTRY ' S STUDIO Official Photographprs Millions of years ago natural laws, bowing to a Higher Law, moulded and placed at our very door a cathedral complete with rocky altars, rough-hewn pillars, strange statuary, and a blue- ceilinged dome — the Palo Duro Canyons. They might well be considered a symbol of college life and associations, which, like the canyons, are formed through the rugged processes of experience and learning. We have therefore endeavored to weave bits of Palo Duro beauty and dignity in this record of our school life and trust that its memories will be refreshed in your minds as you look through this book. . 2i lo . : buildings administration classes organizations eat u res athletics student life advertising buildings W: •siBr; ' ' - 1. " " -s-iSI-: The brilliant color of rugged Palo Duro Canyon is comparable to that of its famed sister in Arizona. Co- ronado must have been a surprised Spaniard when he first stood upon the rim of Palo Duro Canyon that day in the year 1541. Sated with scenery and fevered with gold lust though he was, the explorer could not have looked unmoved upon one of nature ' s greatest dramatic masterpieces. Certainly it never fails to im- press the tourists who have visited the canyon in ever-growing numbers since it was opened as a state park late in 1933. «•»»•- J r U » -» ' ' »■ » W One of the boasts of Amarillo Col- lege has always been its beautiful campus. Landscaped in grass, shrubs, and flowers, our buildings stand as symbols of higher educa- tion, beauty, and culture. On these next pages are pictured scenes that will live in our memories long after college days are over. «««1MU. ■ -.m?- - m m ' . ' . iw - ' iSS i?i % . ' ' v 7 LIBRARY ■ " ■Ti .4 ■ MM ' ' ' ' »__ " -A; «!i ARTS AND COMMERCE BUILDING VOCATIONAL BUILDING •-■ « ' , ' V:; ,Ky.v, ' 1- • ■ ' :e ' -; - ' . t • •: ' ' Sfc ' i STUDENT UNION , I WINTER FANTASY administration Any way you look at it, Palo Duro Canyon is an awesome work of nature. Its dramatic quality is due mainly, however, to its location and its brilliant coloring. Even in rugged country it would be spectacular. Slashed 1120 feet deep through a flat plateau, it produces an overpowering ef- fect upon the beholder, especially if he is seeing it for the first time; the Texas gorge is recogniza- ble at first glance as a production in full techni- color. A. M. MEYER, PRESIDENT B. A., M. A., Indiana University Ph. D., George Peabody College To the Class of 1951: The years roll on with great rapidity. Your class is the first class to graduate in the second half of the twentieth century. What promise this half centiuy holds is a matter for much speculation. It is sufficient for you and other college men and women to remember that even though the times are troublous there is a way out for each individual. This way, it seems to me, is to be found by each of us rededicating ourselves to the tasks of our present jobs and by putting not only our hands but our hearts into cur daily work. We can find much joy in our work if we cast about daily for opportunities for service to humanity as well as to ourselves. Humanity with all its tears can be solaced with the altruism of sincere men and women of good will. May you who have recently sojourned at Amarillo College join with others in a crusade for finding a way out through a life of useful service! Sincerely yours. . - ' - JOSEPH B. DAVIS, DEAN B. A., Central College M. A., Columbia University M. S., Northwestern University Students of 1951: The PALO DURO this year portrays student life during Amarillo College ' s twenty-second year. Some of the beauty spots of Palo Duro Canyon are pictured, along with beauty spots and interesting events on the campus. A feeling of permanence is an impression that any visitor to the Canyon gets. The signs indicating the millions of years that have elapsed since the outcroppings were formed denote that here is something that endures. The 1951 PALO DURO shows evidences of many enduring features of college life: friendships that develop when students work together in clubs or on teams; self-confidence and a desire for perfection that come as a result of sustamed effort; good habits of study and of budgeting one ' s time; tolerance or respect for the personality of others, that comes from basing opinions upon knowledge rather than upon prejudices; and a growing appreciation of the things you see and hear each day. Everything you learn in college should help to make life richer and more interesting. This PALO DURO should help to keep alive the memory of the many happy activities of the past year, and should be a pleasant reminder of things that endure. Sincerely yours. BOARD OF TRUSTEES BLACKBURN, E. M., JR. President i WILSON, R. A. Vice-President WADDILL, G. M. Secretary-Treasurer KELLY, H. SIM McAFEE, C. LANE In the comparatively short time of the existence of Amarillo College it has grown to be one of the outstanding small colleges in the United States. From a meager beginning in the rear of the Municipal Auditorium, the college now has several millions of dollars invested in build- ings and equipment. This physical equipment, administered by men and women of proven ability and unsurpassed leadership, together with a student body that includes many of the leaders of our future citizenship, makes us, as members of the Board of Trustees, justifiably proud that we have had even a small port in the building and maintaining of this great in- stitution. mmmmpf mmmm ROBERTS, GUS R. WILLBORN, HERBERT O. SMITH, H. HERMAN FACULTY ARMIN, L. CLAIR Biological Sciences B. A., University of California M. S. Ed., M. A., University of Southern Calif BALDERSTON, J. F. Bursar B. B. A., West Texas State College M. B. A., North Texas State College BARNES, ADELE Biological Sciences B. A., B. S., Texas State College for Women M. A., North Texas State College BRUCE, LORAINE Mathematics B. A., West Texas State College M. A., Ed. D., Colorado Slate College of Education CARTER, ROBERT PAUL Physical Education B. S. in P. E., University of Notre Dame M. A., Teachers College, Columbia University CLAWSON, CHARLES H. Social Sciences B. S., West Texas State College M. A., Texas Technological College COBB, E. HOWARD Director of Distributive Education B. S., M. S., East Texas State College COY, EDNA Social Sciences B. A., M. A., University of Texas CROWNOVER, DORIS-GALE Speech and English B. A., Colorado College M. A., Northwestern University CURTIS, ANNIE MAE Home Economics B. S., Texas Technological College CURTIS, RUSSELL C. Piano and Music Theory B. M., Zoellner Conservatory FACULTY DARNELL, JAMES L. Geology B. S., Princeton University B. S., E. M., Columbia University DeVANEY, AMOGENE Engineering B. S., M. A., West Texas State College DILL, HOWARD R. Voice and Music Theory B. M., North Central College, Illinois M. M., Northwestern University DONALDSON, J. P. Chemistry B. S., M. S., University of Oklahoma ELLIOTT, MARGARET Home Economics B. S., University of Texas FORNELL, EARL W. Social Sciences B. A., New School for Social Research M. A., A. M., Columbia University FOSTER, SHIRLEY String Instruments B. M., University of Kansas FREDERIKSEN, IVAN Radio National Radio Institute, Washington, D. C. Advanced Electronics, Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky. GARNSEY, CLARKE H. Art B. S., Adelbert College, Western Reserve University M. A., Western Reserve University HAMMIT, ANITA Secretary to President B. A., West Texas State College M. Ed., University of Texas HEADRICK, INEVA English B. A., M. A., University of Texas la L V FACULTY KIKER, CHARLES M. Instrumental Music B. S., West Texas State College M. Ed., Texas Technological College LINDERHOLM, CLARA C. Business Administration B. B. A., University of Colorado M A., Colorado State College of Education LYNN, LUCILLE English B. A., Southwest Texas State College M. A., Ph. D., University of Texas McCOY, JANICE Business Administration B. S., Arkansas State College McCUAN, MARVIN G. Mathematics and Engineering B. S., M. A., West Texas State College MASHBURN, MARIE Secretary to Vocational Director MIESSE, MARY ELIZABETH Business Administration and Journalism B. A., M. A., West Texas State College MILLER, MARION Registrar B. S., West Texas State College NUSS, WJSLETA Modern Languages M. A., University of Wisconsin ODELL, GARNER STANLEY Bible B. R. E., Auburn School of Religious Educat ion B. Th., Auburn Theological Seminary PATMAN, WILLIAM A. Modern Languages B. A.. West Texas State College M. A., National University of Mexico _ V vl p - ' t FACULTY PETERSON, LAWRENCE T. Director of Vocational Education B. S., Iowa State College I PUCKETT, CHARLES H. Physics and Engineering B. S., Southern Methodist University M. A., Texas Christian University REDFERN, LINNIE M. Social Sciences and Education B. A., University of Montana M. A., Colorado State College of Education ROWAN, lONNIE Librarian B. A., Texas Christian University B. S. in L. S., University of Southern California M. A., West Texas State College RUSSELL, NATALIE F. Physical Education B. A., M. A., West Texas State College SMALL, RAY English B. A., West Texas State College M. A., University of Texas TALBOT. WILD A H. Business Administration B. A., University of Nevada M. S., Oklahoma A. and M. College WARD, RUTH S. English B. A., M. A., University of Texas WARREN, BERTIE Chemistry B, A., University of Texas M. S., University of Chicago WEAKS, BILL Photography B. S., West Texas State College WISE, SUSAN Speech B. F. A., University of Texas M. A., Texas State College for Women GARNSEY PAINTINGS VIEWED BY FACULTY X " t. y V % T ' " •y " Prste, , i . « A . -0! » s -, ' - »« - •« S . V ». t ' iT ' -• ' iAA t U k ' ■ ■ " i ' f ' fK -V . ' ¥• " .z ■ ; V, V U ' .hl l u classes .« • t f I Visitors to Palo Duro State Park, which is open all year, have the run of 15,103 unspoiled acres, packed with some of the most extravagant scenery to be found anywhere in the scenic Southwest. The 90,000,000 or so years of water erosion that created the canyon made it, among other things, a geologist ' s dream. Nature used different pigments in coloring each of the layers, so that the result is kaleidoscopic, but the dominant color is a soft red that varies in shade v iih the degree of sunlight. 1» y . K tU ' • SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Shirlene Fox, Vice-President Bruce Aulry, President Carolyne Tillman, Secretary Adele Barnes, Sponsor CLASS OF 1951 ABRAHAMSON, R. TED Enqr. ADAIR, MAXINE Lib. Arts ALSBROOKS, NOVA G. Lib. Alts ANDERSON, STILLMAN P re-Dental ARCHER, RICHARD K. Pre-Med. AUTRY, R. BRUCE Bus. Adm. BANASIK, MARGARET A. Lib. Arts BARNARD, BOB Engr. BATEMAN, WM. ALBERT Engr. BAUCUM, NELL Home Ec. BEEMAN, BILLY Engr. BELL, CURTIS Bus. Adm. BENTON, PHILLIP R. Bus. Adm. BIRD, BILLIE JOYCE Phys. Ed. BLANCHARD, EDNA Home Ec. i BOWLIN, CORINNE Phys. Ed. BRIDGES, CORBETT Phys. Ed. BUCKNER, BRUCE A. Engr. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Clovis, N. M. Mt. Pleasant, Texas SOPHOMORE BUFKIN, M. HELEN Bus. Adm. BULLOCH, DON Pre-Med. BURNETT, ROY Lib. Arts BURSEY, SUZELLA Education BUTTEL, JERRY D. Science CAMPBELL, GARLAND Bus. Adm. CARDER, CHARLYN Lib. Arts CARROLL, MARY K. Bus. Adm. CATO, PAUL L. Bus. Adm. CHAPMAN, ROBERT M. Science CLARK, CONNIE Speech CLEMMONS, KAY LYNNE Phys. Ed. COLE, TOM JACK Pre-Law COOKE, MARTHA J. Lib. Arts CORNELIUS, J. RICHARD Pre-Dental COX, HARBORD Pie-Dental DAMMIER, JOAN Bus. Adm. DANIEL, LOUISE Education Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Hereford, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas CLASS OF 1951 DEBBRECHT, JAMES Architecture DENNY, O. MERLE Geology DURRETT, NORMA LEE Home Ec. EDWARDS, DAVID CARL Engr. EWING, WM. JOSHUA Lib. Arts FARNSWORTH, CARL Chemistiy GALBREATH, BOB F. Pre-Pharmacy GALLOWAY, V, ANN Lib. Alts GILSTRAP, JOCE Animal Husbandry GOMEZ, CARMEN T. Music GREEF, CAROL Lib. Arts GREGORY, LUCY Phys. Ed. Amarillo, Texas Vega, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas FENNO, JANICE L. El Reno, Okla. Bus. Adm. FORBES, BILL Amarillo, Texas Education FOX, SHIRLENE Amarillo, Texas Education Amarillo, Texas Amarillo. Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas GRIGGS, RUSSELL Amarillo, Texas T Pre-Law - GRUHLKEY, ALBERT L. Amarillo, Texas Lib. Arts ■• - HALE, BENNY G. Amarillo, Texas A Bus. Adm. ■ . .. ' ■ ' SOPHOMORE HAMILTON, G. NEIL Chemistry HATCHER, GILBERT F. Pre-Dental HATCHETT, MARTHA A. Bus. Adm. HAYNIE, T. HAROLD Engr. HAYS, STANLEY G. ■Lib. Arts HEATH, JIM F. Bus. Adm. HENDERSON, C. EDWARD Education HENDLEY, SHREWDER Bus. Adm. HENDRICKS, GALE R. Pre-Law HENDRIX, ROBERT J. Bus. Adm. HERNANDEZ, HECTOR Engr. HOLLOWAY, MARTHA Bus. Adm. HOLLOWAY, VIRGIL J. History HOWARD, JIMMIE Phys. Ed. HUDGINS, BOBBY MACK Phys. Ed. HUDSPETH, CELISTA Science HUTCHISON, ALBERT Phys. Ed. JACKSON, RAY E. Bus. Adm. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Mountainair, N. M. Amarillo, Texas CLASS OF 1951 JAQUET, EDWIN F. All JAYROE, MELVIN G. Bus. Adm. JEFFREY, ELEANOR Home Ec. JONES, RICHARD W. Enqr. JONES, SYBIL R. Education KEITH, BILLIE JEAN Education KELLEY, H. DEAN Voice KING, ERNEST D. Pre-Med. KNIGHT, LOU ETHEL Phys. Ed. KURTEN, PAT MILIAN Bus. Adm. LANCASTER, MALCOLM C. Pre-Med. LEDWIG, FLORENCE Lib. Arts LINDSEY, J. LEWIS Lib. Arts LOCK, JOHN Science McCARTY, JOHN S. Education McCAUSLAND, BOB Science McCLUNG, MELVIN Pre-Law McCRACKEN, JOHN A. Enqr. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Tucumcari, N. M. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Groom, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas SOPHOMORE McKAY, ARTHUR C. Pie-Optometry MANNING, WM. DEAN Geology MARTIN, BILLY ROSS Indus. Arts MEYERS, JUNE Home Ec. MOYER. J. HUDSON Pre-Law MUNN, MARY Lib. Alts NAYLOR, BILL J. Engr. NEELY, DORIS E. Home Ec. NELSON, IRVIN H. Zooiogy NOLLNER, ROBERT R. Bus. Adm. PHILLIPS, BOBBY G. Pre-Dental PHIPPS, JIMMY L. Art PRICE. KENNETH G. Engr. RAINEY, JEAN A. Chemistry RAY, JANE N. Lib. Arts REAGAN, MARILYN B. Home Ec. REES, JO ANN Dramatics REID, ROBERT Lib. Arts Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Dolhart, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas CLASS OF 1951 RESTINE, JAMES H. Music REYNOLDS, DON M. Radio-Speech RHOTON, NORMAN Bus. Adm. RIDDLE, JACQUELINE Pie-Nursing ROBERTS, BILL D. Bus. Adm. ROBINETT, LEONA Home Ec. ROGERS, LOU LYNNE Phys. Ed. RUSSELL, FRANKIE D. Lib. Arts SCHLONEGER. PATRICIA J. Art SCOTT, CARL S. Aichitecture SEEDS, BETTY JOYCE Education SEITZ, CHARLES A. Mathematics SMALL, MARILYNN D. Education SMITH, VIRGINIA L. Bus. Adm. STEWART, CHARLES W. Science STONE, EDDIE Enqi. 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Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Masterson, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas GRADUATION ACTIVITIES We ' ve honors to bestow. Enter, pedagogues! To all walks of life FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS w nffS-Im w ' tl,k Bob Berry. President Emily Joe, Secretary Ted Mellinger, Vice-President Loraine Bruce, Sponsor CLASS OF 1952 ADKINS, WINSTON L. Pre-Law ALDRIDGE, JOE JACK Bus. Adm. ALLEN, DAVID M. Engr. ANDERSON, CARLYN SUE Music ANDERSON, EDWARD RICHARD Phys. Ed. ARNOLD, BEVERLEE Art BAIRD, ANTOINETTE Lib. Alts BAIRD, SIDNEY Bus. Adm. BANKS, CHARLES ALBERT Phys. Ed. BARNES, CAROLE Pre-Med. BASSETT, LOIS ANN Bus. Adm. BECK, HARRY CARL Bus. Adm. BENESCH, THOMAS R. Engi. BERGGREN, ELIZABETH ANN Bus. Adm. BERRY, BOB F. English Amarillo, Texas Amaiillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Adrian, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Bovina, Texas Amarillo, Texas BINZEGGER, JAMES G. Nazareth, Texas - Engr. BLAKENEY, CLARENCE JOE Claude, Texas Lib. Arts BOOKMAN, BARBARA lONE Amarillo, Texas Lib. Alts v tl FRESHMAN BOSS, DAVID ALAN Alt BOXWELL. NEWMAN E. Bus. Adm. BOYD, NORMA ANNE Pre-Nursing BRACKEN, RONALD Lib. Arts BRADFORD, EDWARD W. £ngr. BRADY, BILL Chem. Engr. BRANAM, JAMES R. Bus. Adm. BROOKS, WILLIAM C. Pre-Med. BRUCKNER, ANNA RUTH Lib. Arts BRUSH, THOMAS Bus. Adm. BURNETT, JOARDIS Music BURRIS, JAMES L. Speech BYARS, DeREMA Bus. Adm. CALCOTE, JAMES Bus. Adm. CAMPBELL, GENE Engr. CARNEY, WM. DONALD Bus. Adm. CARPENTER, BARBARA Pre-Med. CARRINGTON, JOHN Bus. Adm. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Groom, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas CLASS OF 1952 CATOR, BERTIE Education CERNOHOUZ, JANET Bus. Adm. CHAMBERS, DOUGLAS R. Bus. Adm. Glenwood Springs, Colo. Amarillo. Texas Amarillo, Texas CHEYNE, BILL P re-Law CHRISTIAN. DEMARIS A. Bus. Adm. CLARK, C. WILLIS Pre-Denial CLARK, TOM Pie-Dental CLARKE, MARVIN G. Indus. Ed. CLUCK, ORVILLE E. Education COFFMAN. DON Bus. Adm. COLLINS, JAMES H. Bus. Adm. COLVLLLE, H. EUGENE Engr. COLVIN, BILLY R. Engr. COOK, PRESTON G. Pre-Dental COOKE, PEGGY Bus. Adm. CORNELIUS, H. TUCKER Lib. Arts CREAMER, BILL CARR Bus. Adm. CROW, JIMMIE D. Bus. Adm. 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Amarillo, Texas Speech ■= A CLASS OF 1952 EMANUEL, LOUITA MAE Alt ESQUIVEL, MANUEL L. Bus. Adm. ESTES, HOMER TIM Bus. Adm. FARMER, JIM L. Drafting FARRIS, VIRGINIA Bus. Adm. FAULKNER, MAX RAY Agriculture FITZGIBBON, DON P. Engr. FLAMM, WILLIS Pre-Med. FOGERSON, J. T. Terminal Industry FOSTER, AMELIA Art FRY, GAYLE Lib. Alts FUHRBACH, JOHN R. Lib. Arts GALLAS, DON FRANK Geology GALLEGLY, DALE D. Phys. Ed. GANGWERE, S. GRANT Psychology GARRISON, BOBBY GENE Engr. GAUT, SHIRLEY Bus. Adm. GILLESPIE, BEVERLY Phys. Ed. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas B Mt. Dora , N. M. II Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas i- ■» Amarillo, Texas % % Amarillo, Texas . :: Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas ■}- ' :V I - ' Vj FRESHMAN wmAk ' Mr Vp GLOVER, WILLIAM E. Science GODSEY, MILLIE D. Bus. Adm. GREEN, HARRY Science GREEN. JEROME D. Aqiicuhuie GREEN, JIMMY B. Enqi. GREGSON, JOHN WM. Theology GRUVER, TOMMY Lib. Alts HALL, BRYAN Bus. Adm. HAM, J. DALE An HAMILL, HALLIE Bus. Adm. HARRIS, BILLY D. Bus. Adm. HARRISON, BOBBIE ANN Phys. Ed. HARRY, CARLTON Agri. Engr. HATCHER, JIMMY C. Pre-Med. HAWKINS, W. NEIL Music Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Pantex, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas HIGGINS, ARTHUR A. Amarillo, Texas Engr. HILL, BILLY LEE Amarillo, Texas Art HILLS, NANNETTE Amarillo, Texas Lib. Arts CLASS OF 1952 HODGES, CARL L. Science HOLDEN, BILLIE MAE Education HOOK, MARLADENE Lib. Alts HOUCK, JOAN K. English HUSBANDS, HAROLD L. Bus. Adm. HUTCHISON, JAMES CECIL Phys. Ed. IRWIN, BILLY EARL Lib. Alts IRWIN, ROBBIE VERN Engr. IVY, JO ANN Bus. Adm. JOHNSON, BOB Bus. Adm. JOHNSON, MARIANNE Engr. JOHNSTON, KAY Pre-Med. JONES, JANET E, Bus. Adm. JONES, SHIRLEY Bus. Adm. JORDAN, VIRGIL J. Music Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Cameron, N. M. Amaiillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas JEFFERS, NORMA G. Springer, N. M. m Bus. Adm. m f JENSEN, MARTIN G. Amarillo, Texas K - Science A ' . JOE, EMILY Amarillo, Texas m Lib. Arts A Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Masterson, Texas FRESHMAN JUETT, WINONA Alt KELLEY, NITA GRACE Bus. Adm. KELLY, FRED W. Engi. KING. JACK CECIL Pre-Law KING, JERRY G. Lib. Arts KOONTZ, PEGGY JO Bus. Adm. LANCASTER, AZALEE L. Bus. Adm. LANKFORD, VERA Bus. Adm. LAWSON, RICHARD JACKSON Engr. LEE, LOYD EDWARD Phys. Ed. LEHMAN, OLAN J. Bus. Adm. LEITHAUSER, COLLEEN Sociology LONG, CLARENCE Bus. Adm. LUMAN, ORBRIE E. Chemistry LUNDGREN, GENE Lib. Alts LUSBY, ELMER GENE Pre-Dental McCAULEY, HELEN P. Home Ec. McKINNEY, WARREN A. Indus. Ed. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Clovis, N. M. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Conway, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Mobeetie, Texas Amarillo, Texas CLASS OF 1952 McMAHAN, DONALD E. Pre-Law MALIN, LAWRENCE A. Hadio-Enqr. MARCUM, T. WALLACE Pre-Med. MARCUM, T. WILEY Bus. Adm. MARTIN, BETTY A. Bus. Adm. MEAD, PEGGY Bus. Adm. MELLINGER, TED Engr. MEREDITH, ROBERT N. Pie-Law MILLER, BILLY Bus. Adm. MILLER, R ALPH H. Architecture MILLER, TIPTON L. Journalism MILLS, G. GAYNELLE Education MONZINGO, SHIRLEY Bus. Adm. MOORE, DOYLE W. Lib. Arts MOORE, JACK C. Enqi. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Stinnett, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Wellington, Texas Amarillo, Texas MITCHELL, SAM R. Amarillo, Texas Engr. MIXON, R. GAYLE Amarillo, Texas Alt MONROE, TROY O. Clovis, N. M. Phys. Ed. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas FRESHMAN MORGAN, DON LEE Alt MORRISON, RAYMOND Music NANCE, BEVERLY JO Voice NORMAN, R. BRUCE Bus. Adm. NOTESTINE, JOHN W. Engi. OATES, NITA J. Education OHEIM, DON H. Enqi. OWENS, BOBBY R. Bus. Adm. OWENS, JACK E. Bus. Adm. PARK, DONALD L. English PARKER, PATRICIA A. Lib. Arts PATTERSON, BOBBY R. Pbys. Ed. PAYNE, WILLIAM E. Bus. Adm. PERKINS, NORMAN M. Bus. Adm. PITT, GERALDINE Bus. Adm. POOLOS, CECILIA A. Bus. Adm. PUTMAN, MARY ANN Art QUINN, FRED PATTON Art Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Childress, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas CLASS OF 19 52 QUISENBERRY, PEGGY Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. RAINEY, JOYCE Amarillo, Texas Education RANDALL, DONALD R. Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. REED, TOMMIE RUTH Amarillo, Texas Home Ec. REESE, JERRY C. Amarillo, Texas Engr. REYMAN, THOMAS E. Amarillo, Texas Engi. REYNOLDS. JAMES T. Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. RILEY, EULA FAYE Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. ROGERS, J. P. Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. ROSE, ROBERT A. Amarillo, Texas Chemistiy RUSSO, HENRY V. Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. RYAN, BETTY JEAN Amarillo, Texas Phys. Ed. SCHOOLER, RONNIE Amarillo, Texas Bus. Adm. SELF, DON Amarillo, Texas Pre-Law SETLIFF, H. DON Amarillo, Texas Science SHAFER, JACKIE V. Amarillo, Texas Science SMITH, BILLY E. Amarillo, Texas Religion SMITH, HUGH R. Amarillo, Texas Engr. FRESHMAN SMITH, SPENCER Mathematics SMITH, WINNIE L. Home Ec. SMYTHE, PAULA J. Phys. Ed. SPALDING, WARREN D. Pie-Law SPARKMAN, ROY LEE Lib. Arts SPARKS, JAMES WM. Phys. Ed. SPEED, JAMES A. Pie-Pharmacy SPEER, VIRGIL W. Speech SPRINGSTUBE, WANDA F. Bus. Adm. STEED, CHARLES R. Pie-Dental TETER, LYNN D. Bus. Adm. THOMAS, PHILIP E. Enqr. THRASHER, W. JOAN Bus. Adm. TIPPS, GENE AUTRY Alt TRYON, SUE ALLISON Bus. Adm. TUCKER, GEORGE V. Phys. Ed. TURNELL, BARBARA S. Home Ec. TYSON, MILTON B. Agiicultuie Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Tulia, Texas Amarillo, Texas Spearman, Texas CLASS OF 1952 UHRIG, DONNE JOY Bus. Adm. UZZELL, DAVID L. Engr. VINSON, MARSHALL L. Bus. Adm. WAMPLER, KENNETH W. Engr. WATKINS, ROBERT T. Bus. Adm. WHITE, CLARA O ' LEE Alt WILCOXSON, VERA ANN Music WILLIAMS, PEGGY J. Bus. Adm. WILSON, NANCY Bus. Adm. WINGO, JAMES D. Engr. WINSTEAD, JIMMY Architecture WISE, JAMES A. Lib. Arts WITT, SADIE MARIE Bus. Adm. WORLEY, JACK E. Bus. Adm. WRIGHT, B. JOYCE Home Ec. WYATT, DAVID A. Pre-Med. WYATT, TOM C. Engr. ZWEIG, MILDRED N. Lib. Arts Amarillo, Texas Stinnett, Texas Amarillo, Texas Falfurrias, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Muleshoe, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Shamrock, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas yfWf f ' :i ' ' :, NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL GRADUATES ANDERSON, BARBARA LEE GOWER, lO ANNA Borger, Texas Spearman, Texas HERSHEY, ZELMA VONDELL McINTYRE, BILLY ]0 MITCHELL, MILDRED LOUISE Dimmitt, Texas Boyfield, Colo. Amarillo, Texas MORRISON, NORMA JEAN Belzom, Oklahoma PAYNE, BETTY JUNE REED, NORA Clovis, N. M. Amarillo, Texas SCROGGINS, ELLA MARIE SMITH, CAROLYN BELLE TAYLOR, DORIS JEANETTE Borger, Texas Belen, N. M. Friona, Texas I : STUDENT NURSES BAKER, CHARLOTTE ANN BARNES, NORMA LOU Las Vegas, N. M. Memphis, Texas BEHRENDS, ETHEL FLORENCE Summerfield, Texas BIVINS, MARGIE JUNE BIVINS, MYDA ESTELLE BLANKENCHIP, JOYCE ANN Amorillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Tulia, Texas BOWLING, REBA JOYCE Borger. Texas BRAKE, GEORGIA MAGDIALEE Liberal, Kansas BRANDON, GLYNETTA CHRISTINE Springfield, Cole. BRANDON, WYNONA DARLENE Liberal, Kansas BREITKREUTZ, FRANCES CAMPBELL, MARGIE MARIE Higgins, Texas Hellene. N. M. CATOR. BETTY JOYCE Glenwood Springs, Colo. CROW, D ' RENE LEIGH DAY, TILA RUE Pampa, Texas Friona, Texas DOSHER, WILMA DELL EDDY, PATRICIA DIANE HALL, BETTY SUE Farwell, Texas Clayton, N. M. Borger, Texas .jm STUDENT NURSES HOOD, BETTY LOU Canyon Texas HOPKINS, ALICIA Gallup N. M. HUDSON, ANNA BELLE Dumas Texas JULIANA, EILEEN RUTH Albuquerque, N. M. KOSSEY, BETTY JO Phillips, Texas LIBBY, IVA LOUISE Stinnett, Texas McCARTY, ANNA BELLE Canyon, Texas McGILL, DALE De Kalb, Texas McKOWN, CAROL ELAINE Gallup, N. M. MARTIN, JOYCE ALLENE Matador, Texas MATTHEWS, PHALBA LEE Trinidac , Colo. MOCK, A. NADINE Denver Colo. MOWRER, VIRGINIA LEE Amarillo, Texas NORMAN, RUBY NELL Pampa, Texas PARKS, CORA LEONA Paducah, Texas RAINS. SARAH ANN Hedley, Texas REID, BILLIE JUNE Morse, Texas ROBERTS, GLADYS JURABEE Rye Colo. STUDENT NURSES SWINT, IRMA GLYN Port Lavaca, Texas TROWER, BILLIE PATSY Bellview, N. M. UPTON, MARY ANN Amarillo, Texas WARDEN, BE ' lTY JEAN Liberal, Kansas WARREN, GEORGENE ELAINE Franklin, Tenn. WHEELER, ALMA SUE Skellytown, Texas WHITAKER, VIRGINIA LEE Amarillo, Texas WHITMER, VELDA LEA Liberal, Kansas W V FOOD FOR THOUGHT ST. ANTHONY ' S HOSPITAL BRADDOCK, MARY MARGARET Plains, Texas CULVER, CHRISTENA OPHELIA Elk City, Okla. Borger, Texas Altus, Okla. Pampa, Texas KOELZER, DOROTHY GERTRUDE Friona, Texas KRETZMEIER, MARY ELIZABETH Pampa, Texas RAMSAY, PEGGY Miami, Texas WILHELM, FLORENCE MARIE WILLBURN, CANA JO ZOLLER, BETTY JO Hereford, Texas Amarillo, Texas Borger, Texas STUDENT NURSES ACKFELD, HELEN ALLEN, CATHERINE BATES, BARBARA ANN Amarillo, Texas Phillips, Texas Amarillo, Texas CHAVEZ, CORNELIA MARY-ALICE Santa Rosa, N. M. COLE, JANICE LEE CORDELL, EDWINA Happy, Texas Gage, Okla. DAVIS, KATHRYN MAE EHRLICH, MARION ALENE ELY, FREDA Hereford, Texas Gage, Okla. Amarillo, Texas ERDMAN, GENEVIEVE CATHERINE Hereford, Texas FLEMING, BARBARA ANNE GARCIA, MARY ELIZA Amarillo, Texas Hooker, Okla. GARCIA. MARY THERESA GAZAWAY, DOCIA JOYCE GIBBS, NAOMI RUTH Amarillo, Texas Happy, Texas Amarillo, Texas GUTIERREZ, OTILIA ANDREA Santa Rosa, N. M. HERRINGTON, AUDREY ANN KIDD, RUBY JO Amarillo, Texas Pampa, Texas ■■ ■ •l-i: f $l " i-} STUDENT NURSES KING, BARBARA JEAN KOELZER, EVELYN MARIE KOS, EUGENIA MAE Spearman, Texas Friona, Texas Clovis, N. M. LINNENKAMP, JEANINE ANN LONGHOFER, OPAL JEAN MEIER, MONA CATHERINE Hooker, Okla. Shattuck, Okla. Amarillo, Texas PAGE, MIDA M. Santa Rosa, N. M. PENMAN, DRUSCILLA Steamboat Springs, Colo. POULAIN, MARY JOSEPHINE Phillips, Texas PRIDDY, SHIRLEY FAYE RAY, VIRGINIA LOU SCHUETTE, BETTY JEAN Canyon, Texas Phillips, Texas Canyon, Texas SNEATHEN, JO ANN STALCUP, THERESA MARIE TURNER, WINNIE SUE Tulia, Texas Clovis, N. M. Truscott, Texas TUTTLE, MARYLIN JOAN WALKER, WANDA WARING, MARY NELL Portales, N. M. Hereford, Texas Seymour, Texas LEISURE HOURS organization Triassic Peak is nature ' s own geologic textbook. Its walls are said to be the only place where five geologic ages are revealed in clearly defined layers. In cutting down through the high plains to make the source of the Red River, the erosion uncovered the geologic story of the Pleistocene, the Pliocene, the Triassic, the Upper Permian red beds, and the lower Permian-a segment of the earth ' s crust that was 300,000,000 years in building. X r .. ' : ' f -s -:r ' . (- .- M -5 -«» Qatfupia keta QUi Gamma Theta Chi, although a social sorority, supports the college by demanding of its members scholarship, good conduct, and attendance at school functions. Organized in September, 1939, this sorority has participated in many college activities as well as private gatherings. Membership is extended by invitation only to a limited number of girls who are passing in at least three subjects. Members must maintain an average of " C " or above. Janice McCoy Sponsor Mary Kathryn Carroll President Betty Williams Vice-President Suzella Bursey Secretary Mary Helen Bufkin Treasurer Virginia Smith Reporter , , Maxine Adair Louise Daniel Dorothy Davis Shirlene Fox Martha Hollowaj Celista Hudspeth Nita Grace Kelley Florence Ledwig Colleen Leithauser Betty Martin Mary Munn Doris Neely Jean Rainey Joyce Rainey Jane Ray Jackie Riddle Leona Robinett Jean Ryan Marilynn Small Pat Thornton Phyllis Walton Peggy Williams Nancy Wilson ■ ' ,, ' ■ ' ' W ' -ai fCoftfUi 3ieua QUi Amogene DeVaney Sponsor Jockey Weirick President Kappa Delta Chi, the oldest social sorority on the campus, was founded in 1929 with Mrs. Al Baggett as sponsor. In 1950, Mrs. W. W. DeVaney became sponsor. It has been one of the most socially active sororities in Amarillo College. Kappa Delta Chi pledges are presented at a formal Christmas dance. Other annual traditions are a fall tea, an Easter breakfast, and a spring coffee. Lou Lynne Rogers Vice-President Sybil Jones Secretary Margie Thompson Treasurer Margaret Ann Banasik Edna Blanchard Demaris Christian Martha Cooke Peggy Cooke Helen Curtis Lynn Danner Norma Durrett Janice Fenno i Beverly Gillespie Joce Gilstrap Carol Greef Bobbie Ann Harrison Martha Hatchett Marladene Hook Jo Ann Ivy Eleanor Jeffrey Lou Ethel Knight Vera Lankford Carman McGee Marilyn Reagan Paula Smythe Joyce Wright Mildred Zweig LtiMi H ' T ' m ' ' J SufHia Plu Qlu I Doris-Gale Crownover Sponsor Connie Clark President Sigma Phi Chi Sorority, founded in 1930, provides a well-rounded social program for its members. Besides traditional pledge activities, the sorority features a presentation dance, a Christmas party for ex-members, a holiday dinner dance, a coke party entertaining members of other campus sororities, a spring formal to present new officers, and regular monthly social events. Each Sigma member includes two additional extra-curricular activities in her schedule. The sorority encourages par- ticipation in all phases of school life. Unify, loyalty, and friendship ore the guiding principles of Sigma Phi Chi. Spring pledges are Virginia Bates and Amelia Foster. Kay Lynne Clemmons Vice-President Carolyne Tillman Secretary Corinne Bowlin Treasurer ' Nell Baucum Pledge Master Nova Alsbrooks Antoinette Baird Carole Barnes Billie Joyce Bird Bertie Cator Charlyn Carder Janet Ceriiohouz Joan Dammier Pat Day Dorothy Ann DeFee Hallie Hamill Joan Houck Jimmie Howard Emily Joe Marianne Johnson Peggy Mead June Meyers Shirley Monzingo Beverly Jo Nance Peggy Quisenberry Frances Stone Sue Tryon Barbara Turnell Vera Ann Wilcoxson Joan Willis ■r -ffW ' -n f J. p. Donaldson Sponsor Stoma ALpJui 3 eUa Carole Barnes Sweetheart The Sigma Alpha Delta Fraternity, better known as the Engineers ' Fraternity, is the oldest in Amarillo College. The Engineers participate in many college activities. Starting their activities of the year is the colorful pledge period. Playing a major part in the many pledge activities are the traditional beanies and paddles. During the year the Engineers were honored with several engineering educational programs sp onsored by the Panhandle Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers. Field trips also played a major part in the activities of the year. The social activities sponsored by the Engineers included the Turkey Trot, an annual fall ball, participation in the college Mardi Gras, and a formal dance presenting the fraternity sweetheart. mm J ■ m ' Malcolm Lancaster Chief Engineer Billy Beeman Junior Engineer Don Bulloch Financial Engineer Bill Naylor Recording Engineer David Edwards Demolition Engineer Ronald Bracken d Bill Colvin Max Ray Faulkner John Fuhrbach Grant Gangwere Bobby Garrison Bill Glover Martin Jensen Wayne Kelly Jerry King Jack Lawson John Lock Elmer Lusby John McCracken Ted Mellinger Sam Mitchell Jack Moore John Notestine Don Oheim Bill Payne Don Setliff Jim Wingo Jim Winstead Tom Wyatt ■ :fl-mm t }, Si xilt QaUuiut Ray Small Sponsor Margie Thompson Sweetheart The Sixth Column was organized in 1940 with its chief pvtrpose being the promotion of fellowship, social life, and sports. The Column opened the fall social season with its Dixie Land Ball. Social activities for the fall semester ended with a dinner dance, and the spring semester carried a full social calendar. The Sixth Column enters a team in each intramural event. Lee Gruhlkey President Russell Griggs Vice-President Tom Benesch James Collins Eugene Colville Preston Cook Jim Crow Pat Easley Jim Farmer Don Fitzgibbon Harry Green Benny Hale Bryan Hall Dale Ham Hal Hoynie Stanley Hays Shrewder Hendley Edwin Jaquet Bud Marcum Gayle Mixon Don Lee Morgan Hudson Moyer Robert Nollner Dan Palmer Buddy Quinn Bob Reid Jerry Reese Henry Russo Ronnie Schooler Jimmy Strickland Kenneth Webb Joe Wells lau %eUa Tau Delta Fraternity was organized in 1946 with the purpose of encourag- ing fellowship and social development among its members. One of the largest and most active fraternities on the campus, Tau Delta is a leading contender in intramural sports; it sponsors an initiation banquet, the annual Fall Ball, and various other social activities for its members. Membership is by invitation only and maintained by a scholastic average of " C. " Clarke Garnsey is sponsor of the organization. Carman McGee Sweetheart Jim Heath President Bill Sparks Vice-President Bruce Autry Secretary Ray Stoneham Treasurer Winston Adkins Sidney Baird Bob Berry David Boss Bill Bradford Corbett Bridges Bill Brooks Garland Campbell Willis Clark Harbord Cox Jim Debbrecht Leon Doche Dale Gallegly Jimmy Green Neil Hamilton Arthur Higgins Billy Hill Bobby Hudgins Harold Husbands Dean Kelley Pat Kurten Lewis Lindsey Bob McCausland Art McKay Irvin Nelson Bobby Gene Phillips Jimmy Phipps Tommy Reyman Norman Rhoton Charles Steed Eddie Bob Stone Norman Sullivan Philip Thomas Bob Watkins David Wyatt A, eumtOH eiu Robert P. Carter Sponsor Shirlene Fox President The Newman Club of Amarillo College is which is called the Newman Federation. This fed Newman, honors John Henry Cardinal Newman teenth century. The purpose of the club, as stated in the c the temporal lives of its members through a bal social activities. " The organization of the Amarillo Colle process entailed the soliciting of Catholic student members, as well as the electing of officers and completed and a definite program of study and r the first semester. but a unit of the national Catholic organization eration has existed for fifty-two years. Its name, , a great Catholic convert who lived in the nine- onstitution, is " to deepen the spiritual and enrich anced program of religious, intellectual, and ge Newman Club began in November, 1947. The s and those interested in the Catholic faith as the ratifying of the constitution. These steps were ecreation was established by the termination of -H s Florence Ledwig Vice-President Margaret Ann Banasik Secretary Jim Debbrecht »V John Fuhrbach Carmen Gomez Lucy Gregory Carl Hodges Bill Manning A i:, ti i N ' £ II) A C C u B Ted Mellinger Tipton Miller Cecilia Poolos Heiuy Russo Jockey Weirick Palo. 3 u The PALO DURO, official student annual of Amarillo Col- lege, pictures the various phases of life in the college. With the exception of one year, the yearbook has been published continu- ously since the first issue in 1930. Under the direction of a faculty sponsor, the annual is edited and published by the editor and the business manager and their staff. Both editor and business man- ager are appointed by the sponsor with the approval of the presi- dent of the college. William A. Potman Sponsor Billie Joyce Bird Editor Amelia Foster Assistant Editor Betty Joyce Seeds Business Manager Edwin Jaquet Art Editor Gene Tipps Assistant Art Editor Irvin Nelson Sports Editor Louise Daniel Composition Editor Ann Galloway Feature Editor Joan Thrasher Feature Editor Catherine Allen Snapshot Editor Edwina Cordell Snapshot Editor Beverlee Arnold Business Staff Lucy Gregory Business Staff John Notestine Business Staff Joyce Rainey Business Staff Ue HoHoen. The Ranger is published bi-weekly, holidays and examinations excepted, by the students of Amarillo College with the sole purpose of giving news of the college to its students. ' Beth Miesse Sponsor Ray Small Co-Sponsor Corolyne Tillman Editor Mary Helen Bufkin Business Manager Maxine Adair Margaret Banasik Curtis Bell Corinne Bowlin Suzella Bursey Martha Cooke Janice Fenno Beverly Gillespie Jim Heath Billy Hill Jimmie Grace Howard Bob Johnson Marianne Johnson Sybil Jones Dean Kelley Vera Lankford Shirley Monzingo Irvin Nelson Jane Ray Lou Lynne Rogers Marilynn Small Virginia Smith Jimmy Strickland Mildred Zweig PH Affus UUo. GaUeae QfuUn. The Amarillo College Choir, under the direction of Howard R. Dill, was one of the most active organizations on the campus during the past year. With the aid of the Speech, Art, and Music Departments, it presented the Gilbert and Sullivan opera " Trial by Jury " and Kurt Weill ' s " Down in the Valley, " which were outstanding productions of the season. Besides giving the college Christmas Assembly Program, it participated in the weekly on-campus broadcasts, which have helped to create a civic interest in our college. Howard R. Dill Director FIRST ROW — Anna Ruth Bruckner; Carole Jean Barnes; Carmen Gomez; Libby Reed; Hallie Hamill; Lucy Gregory; Corinne Bowlin; Virginia Farris; Vera Ann Wilcoxson, accompanist. SECOND ROW — Barbara Carpenter; Beverlee Arnold; Joeline Witt; Frances Stone; Beverly Jo Nance, Social Chairman; Joardis Burnett; DeRema Byars; Billie Joyce Bird, Secretary; Lynn Danner; Dorothy Ann DeFee; Peggy Mead; Janet Cemohouz; Connie Clark; Eula Faye Riley; Ann Galloway. THIRD ROW — Elmer Lusby; Ray Stoneham; Bill Bateman; Eddie Bob Stone; Norman Sullivan; Ted Abrahamson; Neil Hawkins; Bob McCausland; Irvin Nelson; Willis Clark; Jerry Buttel; James Collins; Jim Reynolds; Jim Restine; Paul White, President; David Wyatt; Raymond Morrison. liadxfen, Rand All traditional band activities plus many special functions are performed annually by the Amarillo College Band. Its schedule for 1950-1951 included the presentation of special assembly concerts, assist- ing at pep rallies and basketball games, and playing for various radio broadcasts. A dioramic case showing the uniformed band in parade formation was the outstanding exhibit featured at the Amarillo College booth dur- ing the Tri-State Fair. Officers for the year were: Max Ray Faulkner, President; Peggy Williams, Vice-President. a f Charles Kiker Director P o C ' . r rviu:r :A ' - " ipm j W-.Vv FLUTES Charles Steed Pat Schloneger CLARINETS Peggy Williams Betty Edwards Shirley Gaut Mary Ann Putman Mary Ellison BASS CLARINET Richard Cornelius ALTO SAXOPHONES Billy Beeman Winnie Smith CORNETS Lewis Lindsey Don Blackburn Winston Adkins TROMBONES Ray Jackson Ronald Bracken Bobby Hendrix BARITONE Max Ray Faulkner Shirley Foster Bill Stewart PERCUSSION Bill Payne FRENCH HORN Phillip S wartz RECORDING BASS James Jordan TENOR SAXOPHONE Douglas Teter T Sad e t QUiL The Badger Club is an honorary organization composed of students who have been award- ed the " A " for completion in varsity athletics. The club has as its major objectives the promotion of better scholarship, the promotion of social activities, and the support of all college affairs. Pledges are nominated and elected to membership by active members of the organization. Robert P. Carter Sponsor Art McKay President Harbord Cox Vice-President Corinne Bowlin Secretary Jim Burris Jim Debbrecht Lucy Gregory Bobby Hudgins Albert Hutchison Eleanor Jeffrey Dean Kelley Lou Ethel Knight Bobby Phillips Bill Sparks Jimmy Strickland Jockey Weirick I lieia PItl GoHuna Ruth S. Wdd Sponsor Eddie Jaquet President Louise Daniel Vice-President Mary Helen Bufkin Secretary ' Beih Miesse Co-Sponsor The Upsilon Chapter of Beta Phi Gamma, the Press Club, was organized in 1940. The fraternity is one ci ihe -.ost active on the campus. The members take a leading part in editing the RANGER and PALO DURO. Marine Adair Beverlee Arnold Margaret Banasik Billie Joyce Bird Suzella Bursey Martha Cooke Janice Fenno Bob Johnson Vera Lanklord John Lock Joyce Rainey Jane Ray Marilyn n Small Carolyne Tillman Nancy Underwood Mildred Zweig Baniidi StudeHt 74man Bertie Warren Nancy Underwood Shirley Jones Emily Joe Nancy Talley Sponsor President Vice-President Devotional Vice-President Stewardship Vice-President Carl Scott Marilynn Small Celista Hudspeth Don Bulloch Peggy Jane Williams Secretary Publicity Chairman Social Chairman Music Director Magazine Representative The Baptist Student Union is in its first year on this campus. It was organized to train college youths for Christian leadership and to extend the influence of the church to the school. It provides daily spirit- ual activity, wholesome social life, and Christian vocational guidance in the school. Front Row: Nita Grace Kelley, Betty Davis, Nancy Underwood, Celista Hudspeth, Betty Lou Edwards, Emily Joe, Bertie Warren. Back Row: James Reynolds, Gerald Adams, Carl Scott, Gene Tipps, Peggy Williams, Nancy Talley, Ann ClovLse. QoiUae Plaife il Susan Wise Sponsor Jim Burris President The Amarillo College Players was organized in Sepember, 1940, under the direction of Mr. Don Clark. Each year the College Players has charge of the production of the dramatic presentations of the college. The presentations for this year included three one-act plays and a three-act play in the spring. The College Players is also affiliated with Alpha Psi Omega, a national dramatic fraternity. Front Row : Jimmy Phipps, Lynnette Danner, Mccry Ellison, Jo Ann Rees, Nannette Hills, Janice Fenno, Florence Ledwig, Carolyne Tillman. Second Row: Connie Clark, Peggy Mead, Peggy Quisenberry, Hallie Hamill, Beverlee Arnold, Billie Joyce Bird, Neil Hawkins, Kay Lynne Clemmons. Third Row: Jim Burris, Leon Doche, Eula Faye Riley. Beverly Jo Nance, Dorothy DeFee, Billie Mae Holden, Clara O ' Lee White. Corinne Bowlin. e uU(fey The College Y is an organization to which all interested students ore welcome. Meeting weekly, the Y strives to promote programs which include a variety of speakers, devotionals, social activities, and social projects. One of its projects this year has been to give a Christmas basket to a needy family. L. Clair Armin, Sponsor Edna Coy, Co-Sponsor Nova Alsbrooks, President Bruce Autry, Vice-President Barbara Bookman, Treasurer Mildred Zweig, Social Chairman Billy Smith, Program Chairman Maxine Adair Jack Aldridge Carole Barnes Nell Baucum Harry Beck Anna Ruth Bruckner Janet Cernohouz Beverly Gillespie Billy Glover Nonnette Hills Billie Mae Holden Harold Husbands Vera Lankford Billy Miller James Reynolds Leona Robinett Betty Joyce Seeds Virginia Smith Bill Stewart Joan Thrasher Sue Tryon Clara OLee White David Wyatt Future Teachers of America is an active pre-professional organization whose aim is to aid its mem- bers in preparing for teaching through study, social activities, and professional contacts. Linnie Redfern Sponsor Betty Joyce Seeds President Virgil Holloway Vice-President Nova Alsbrooks Secretary Sybil Jones Treasurer Maxine Adair Charles Banks Billie Joyce Bird Corinne Bowlin Suzella Bursey Louise Daniel Lynnette Danner Betty Davis Pat Day Bill Forbes Millie Godsey Lucy Gregory Eddie Henderson Billie Mae Holden Joan Houck Albert Hutchison James Hutchison Norma Jeffers Florence Ledwig Edward Lee John McCarty Gaynelle Mills Nita Oates Bobby Patterson Peggy Quisenberry Joyce Rainey Jean Ryan Marilynn Small Billy Smith Barbara Turnell Joyce Wright 9 HaUf eHaeHtl Earl Fornell Sponsor Don Reynolds President Jim Restine Vice-President Lucy Gregory Secretary Eula Faye Riley Treasurer Bill Stewart Ways and Means Committee Each year there is a group of students not affiliated with a sorority or fraternity who band together as the Independents under a mutual project of betterment of school spirit. This year ' s ac- tivities of the organization have included sponsorship of a dinner for an underprivileged family at Christmas, a city-wide project effected by the Salvation Army, and the launching of a plan through which three scholarships will be awarded annually to students of the spring graduating classes of the three local secondary schools. Members are as follows: David M. Allen Lois Bassett Curtis Bell Phillip Benton Elizabeth Berggren James Binzegger Clarence Blakeney Barbara Bockman Joardis Burnett DeRema Byars Barbara Carpenter Johnny Carrington Billy Creamer Betty Davis Betty Edwards Mary Ellison Carmen Gomez Jerome Green Hector Hernandez Nannette Hills Billie Mae Holden James Hutchison Billy Irwin Ray Jackson Melvin Jayroe Norma Grace Jeffers Bob Johnson Kay Johnston Janet Jones Richard Jones Shirley Jones Billie Jean Keith Edward Lee Orbrie Luman Gene Lundgren Helen McCauley William Dean Manning Raymond Morrison Jo Ann Rees Wanda Springstube Phillip Swartz Nancy Talley Milton Tyson David Uzzell Marshall Vinson Kenneth Wampler Clara O ' Lee White Joeline Witt . - .- " H PoMHeUenic 3a44Hcll The Panhellenic Council is composed of the sponsor and one representative from each of the seven Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. The council regulates and coordinates the various activities of these organizations for the best interests of the groups and of the college. FIRST ROW — Mrs. Janice McCoy, Gamma Theta Chi sponsor; Mary Kathryn Carroll, Gamma Theta Chi representative; Mrs. Amogene DeVaney, Kappa Delta Chi sponsor; Jockey Weirick, Kappa Delta Chi representative; Connie Clark, Sigma Phi Chi representative; Dr. A. M. Meyer, President. SECOND ROW — Mr. C. H. Clawson, Beta Delta Gamma sponsor; Malcolm Lancaster, Sigma Alpha Delta representative; Mr. J. P. Donaldson, Sigma Alpha Delta sponsor; James Collins, Sixth Column representative; Mr. Clarke Garnsey, Tau Delta sponsor; Irvin Nelson, Tau Delta representative. NOT PICTURED — Mr. Ray Small, Sixth Column sponsor; Miss Doris-Gale Crownover, Sigma Phi Chi sponsor. PlU keta Kapfia Wjsleta Nuss Sponsor Virgil Holloway President Suzella Bursey Vice-President Jean Rainey Secretary Louise Daniel Treasurer The local Beta Eta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, national honor fraternity, was established at Amarillo College in 1931. Members are selected from the upper ten percent of the class. This year they published the school directory, attended the national convention of Phi Theta Kappa, and held an initiation banquet. ,jf - mKi M Winston Adkins Nova Alsbrooks Richard Archer Bill Bateman Carl Farnsworth Si44deKt QauHcil To foster congeniality among students — to promote friendliness beween student body and faculty — to supervise all-school social activities — to accept dates for the school calendar, these are the duties of the Student Council. Membership in the Student Council is divided equally among men and women, sophomore and freshman, elected by the student body. L. Clair Armin is the sponsor. Front Row Mary Munn Grant Gangwere Jimmy Strickland, President Carole Barnes, Secretary Back Row Buddy Quinn Frances Stone Shirley Monzingo Not Pictured Malcolm Lancaster, Vice-President fv ' Jt ' A W ' ; « ' ' WlH!l|,| l |lll - ' m .-. »•%. ' - -C i% ?fe -m -- -.. ■««!i, .■«— S(» V.- - ja» ' - ,maa» I j. ' " " k% M » i l features be eme ed without " L ' ' " ' ' - " 7- can which IS not advised CorT ' ° " ° ' ' " -° " ' hoS sojourn thereof XauZn -V; ' ' °°P - - ose of the trans made b °he InS an ' ? ' " " ' f " ' " ° " « was a favorite rendLvous r! " " ' =° " yon ery, some of the moJt d " - , ' " " ' " " e discov- of the Texas PanrandJe ' ' P ' ' ° " ' " ' history depths of the " upsrdotrmotTamr " ' ' ' Nominations for Miss Amarillo College, the beauties, and freshman and sophomore class favorites came from the student body at large during a general election in assembly sponsored by the Student Council. From the seven highest ranking beauty nominees the college beauty was selected at a subsequent election. The AC-lebrities — the Who ' s Who of Amarillo College — are composed of six fresh- men and six sophomores chosen by vote of the entire faculty on the basis of their commend- able scholarship, leadership, and service to Amarillo College. Mildred Zweig MISS AMARILLO COLLEGE rV m I ■ eanine CinneHkamp COLLEGE BEAUTY BEAUTY NOMINEES Marine Adair i Marladene Mook T nn BEAUTY NOMINEES {fufte M y s Frances Stone BEAUTY NOMINEES M(iW ' CkompsoH f Barbara Zumdl %i mm SOPHOMORE FAVORITE H, W »► , ' vw -Mfi$ m.-- £pu Cynne Rogers SOPHOMORE FAVORITE uddy QuiHH FRESHMAN FAVORITE . l RRHiu ' - v jrqsn I IIM I I ■ Memly (ji lies pie FRESHMAN FAVORITE A6-UUiUei Engineer Sweetheart Carole Barnes is one of the friendly personalities who make life on the campus pleasant. Carole serves as secretary of the Student Coun- cil, as publicity chairman of College Y, and as a member of Sigmas and choir. Her freshman pre-med sudies vie with sports for her time. Carole ' s plans for the future include several years at the Uni- versity of Colorado and then a position as a laboratory technician. A familiar name among AC students is Bob Berry. Bob, whose name appears on the Honor Roll, is president of the Fresh- man Class and a Tau Delt. A petroleum engineering major, he hopes to receive his degree at the University of Oklahoma, where he will enroll after he completes his second year at AC. Bob ' s most enjoyable sparetime pursuit is working on automo- biles, particularly his ' 50 Ford. A funny little sneeze and a bub- bling, whole-heart- ed laugh distin- g u i s h sophomore Billie Joyce Bird from other fun-lov- ing students. Billie Joyce is the well- known editor of the PALO DURO. She is also secretary of the choir and a member of Beta Phi Gamma, P. E. Maj- ors Club, F. T. A., College Players, and Sigmas. Nat- urally, this future P. E. teacher ' s fa- vorite amusements are sports and dancing. Mlie oyce fSird le-U Uiied. Ability and amiability win every- one ' s admiration for sophomore Suzella Bursey, who is as industrious as she is pleasant. Suzella works with various organizations, including Phi Theta Kappa, of which she is vice-president; Beta Phi Gamma; the Ranger Staff; F. T. A.; and Gammas, of which she is secretary and a past vice-president Suzella ' s major is education, but her favorite class is speech. Pretty, dark-hair- 3d Emily Joe is A ell known to AC- tes. Emily ' s popu- arity among the students is attested 3y the fact that she s secretary of the reshman Class ind a member of 3igmas and B. S. U. i e r interests in- :lude sewing, de- iigning clothes, ind playing the pi- jno. She claims hat she needs to earn to cook, since :he wants to have I home of her own lome day. But right low, Emily is con- :entrating most of ler efforts on her iinglish major. Scholarly mature-looking Virgil Holloway has gained recognition many times for his expert square dancing, for his team is a con- test winner of long standing. When he isn ' t dancing, Virgil doubles as a fast fiddle play- er. Past vice-president and now president of F. T. A., he is preparing to teach history. His marks have rated him for both years at AC a fit member of Phi Theta Kappa, of which he is president. Smly oe e L ' huiu ' A npspile his fenown among AC stx; dents lor his moslprly technique witj the viohn. fieshman Donald Oheim ' . not pinnniiig to pursue a musical co »eei His chipt interest is in petroleurt engineering, his major He hopes ( attain a master s degree m engmeerinc at T U seveial years hence. Never theless. Donald, who is a cheerleade and a member of ihe Engineers and th. string trio, receives his greatest pleas ure trom his music. DcHald Oheim £Sm K ' Vn ' c-»-ni-!i- ' K ' w T- -nRioi- ' •♦?.. , !. ■It ' 6 Tiny and terriiic wcxild best descrih€ Ccrclyne Till man secretary d. die Scphcmcre Class -St a little dynamc : energy Ciiraiy-ae ;,:3 . — riccns tc be- come w e » ' " 5pcpgr writer. As a jcumci- :sm zicicT iz:!! . edilor CI -jie HANGER, she i weJl on tne wuv . ' v iec. she isn : put- nng iDceina- ; news- pcpe-, TiiH e busies nerseii with Beic ? 3iTr.7nc:. College FlcYecs, Chcar ,Tnd Sr— irrs. She .rian Keeps die :uctiway Ousy DerwseE aeie .znc Mexicn. W ««• ' ' ZM AG-UUiii Sports 3X6 Jacket ' WeiricK chie imeresi. Voted Best Sport by her t eomm nies and seiecied 3 membe ai the Ail-Touraament Bosketbail Team. Jctckesy is on autstcmding ? E. niaiar. She is am assistant in the P. E. Dsiart- mem, a niember of the Badge- Club, Siris Tennis Team, and die presiaem 3} Konnos. Howev -, ' iisczs s oartic;- polian in jons does noT inteieiE with s iolorsfaip in he- athes " z ursss, as is shown 3v he- niace on ihe Honor Boil. Hepressnting AC o the public this ' ear is Miidrec Zwajg, who wcs :incsfi2i by the siu- lents to be Miss -.mcriilo C a 1 1 e g e ' iliicred. a Tesnmcr. aumaiism ai a - : met a memner a: ?hi Theia Kappa. 3etc Phi Gcmmc. -he Hanger Slcil, Zciiege Y and Kap- pas, nos quciiiifr- tor the Honor 3cil with a grade paint overage ai 2.7. In spile oi hffi- hecv- zjcss iOcc one ai iice work, sne tines. :ime tor her ravcnte tcrois ai sntertcm aient. dcnc anc -ositetbcil games Inccenicilv MUcrre-:: -s on oitenacnt ■; : h e 3 a a k e t = Queen. Vera Wdco csoH pTTBsnman music maior Vera Wilcoxson has became a papular and skillttii musician through twelve years oi piano study. She plot ' s the oroan, ;n addition to the piano, and amuses tierseil with the okuieie. Althougn aae is a member ai 3. £. U. Sic- mas. and vZlhoir ana particpates .n man AC assembly programs ana Baptist sei- ices. Vera manages to find time tor such pastimes as sewing and painting Dresden. Mildred Zwd0 AG-UUUui Despite his renown among AC stu- dents for his masterly technique with the violin, freshman Donald Oheim is not planning to pursue a musical ca- reer. His chief interest is in petroleum engineering, his major. He hopes to attain a master ' s degree in engineering at T. U. several years hence. Never- theless, Donald, who is a cheerleader and a member of the Engineers and the string trio, receives his greatest pleas- ure from his music. Tionald Okeim Don Key Holds Don Reynolds ' deep, melodious voice is his trademark. Don, who is a radio announc- er and a radio speech major, capitalizes on his voice, which may be heard on the air- lanes nearly every evening. However, he also has an interest in the airlines, specifi- cally a little hostess. Many of his off-hours are spent on his duties as president of the Independents, but he also finds time to lis- ten to his collection of classical records. " Tiny and terrific " would best describe Carolyne Till man, secretary of the Sophomore Class. Just a little dynamo of energy, Carolyne has ambitions to be- come a newspaper writer. As a journal- ism major and editor of the RANGER, she is well on the way. When she isn ' t put- ting together a news- paper, Tillie busies herself with Beta Phi Gamma, College Players, Choir, and Sigmas. She also keeps the highway busy between here and Mexico. Carolyne ZillmaH A6-UUUiu Sports are Jackey Weirick ' s chief interest. Voted Best Sport by her teammates and selected a member oi the All-Tournament Basketball Team, Jackey is an outstanding P. E. major. She is an assistant in the P. E. Depart- ment, a member of the Badger Club, Girls ' Tennis Team, and the president of Kappas. However, Jockey ' s partici- pation in sports does not interfere with scholarship in her other courses, as is shown by her place on the Honor Roll. Representing to the public AC this year is Mildred Zweig, who was chosen by the stu- dents to be Miss Amarillo College. Mildred, a freshman journalism major and a member oi Phi Theta Kappa, Beta Phi Gamma, the Ranger Staff, College Y, and Kap- pas, has qualified for the Honor Roll with a grade point average of 2.7. In spite of her heavy class load and of- fice work, she finds time for her favorite forms of entertain- ment, dances and basketball games. Incidentally, Mildred is an attendant to the Basketball Queen. Jackey Weirick Vera WUcojcsoh Freshman music major Vera Wilcoxson has become a popular and skillful musician through twelve years of piano study. She plays the organ, in addition to the piano, and amuses herself with the ukulele. Although she is a member of B. S. U., Sig- mas, and Choir and participates in many AC assembly programs and Baptist serv- ices. Vera manages to find time for such pastimes as sewing and painting Dresden. Mildred Zweig -» - athletics i v A V ' H» V J The Palo Duro Canyon was the last stand of the buffalo and the plains Indians who hunted them. One of the last Indian fights occurred there in 1874. Two years later. Colonel Charles Goodnight established his ranch headquarters in a dugout still to be seen within the park. He captured and cared for a few buffalo calves to found a domesticated herd which for many years preserved the memory of the innu- merable hordes that once grazed the plains. yTfo- " ■ -.i V » i- Ja » ' . - . ' Id ? i5? .jj M ry . , •■ ft ■ - BADGER VARSITY i Robert P. Carter Coach Corbett Bridges Co-Captain Al Hutchison Co-Captain The Blue and Gray of 1951 closed the regular season with very satisfactory results. The Bad- gers played teams from Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Texas this year and encountered some fine com- petition with which to prove themselves a great team. The Cartermen participated in two tournaments this year, winning the consolation in the Garden City Invitational Tournament and the Region Five Champion- ship in the tournament in their own gym. The 1951 edition of the Badgers made a good showing by beating their Alumni in a great game during the Christmas holidays by a score of 57-54. The only exhibition game undertaken by the Badgers was with the Flying Wheels, a team of paralyzed veterans playing in wheel chairs. At the end of the fine season, the Varsity sported a good record of 8 losses and 18 wins. As the year- book goes to press, the Badgers ore preparing for the National Tournament in Hutchison, Kansas. BADGERS OPPONENTS 61 El Reno, Oklahoma 51 67 Carnegie, Oklahom a 38 60 LaMar, Colorado 45 64 Dodge City, Kansas 66 San Angelo, Texas 68 Sayre, Oklahoma 44 .... Phoenix, Arizona 46 Alumni (Amarillo College) .... 54 Garden City, Kansas 47 56 50 53 60 23 56 28 66 50 43 . 63 . 52 57 . 39 . 45 Dodge City, Kansas 74 Clarendon, Texas 63 Howard County, Texas ' 47 Garden City, Kansas 58 Frank Phillips, Texas 59 Clarendon, Texas 67 Odessa, Texas . . 65 Howard County, Texas 56 Frank Phillips, Texas 2 Odessa, Texas (forfeit) 59 Cisco, Texas 47 " Conference games BADGERS OPPONENTS Garden City Invitational Tournament 56 Pratt, Kansas 71 52 McCook, Nebraska 41 44 LaMar, Colorado 40 West Zone Play-off 62 Howard County, Texas 74 Region Five Tournament National Junior College Athletic Association 72 Howard County, Texas 46 52 Clarendon, Texas 49 17 Exhibition Flying Wheels 46 Arthur Seitz Center Jim Burris Center Roy Burnett Forward Merle Denny Forward Norman Sullivan Forward Charles Banks Guard Leon Doche Guard Vein Irwin Guard Art McKay- Guard Troy Monroe Guard Bob Patterson Guard Roy Lee Sparkman Guard Valton Tucker Guard BASKETBALL ROYALTY Each year the Badger Varsity elects its queen and four attendants. The coronation took place this year on March 2 before the first Badger game of the Southwest Regional Tour- nament. Basketball Queen Lou Lynne Rogers with at- tendants Nova Alsbrooks, Helen Curtis, Mildred Zweig, and Jockey Weir- ick. Her Majesty and court JUNIOR VARSITY The 1950 Badger Junior Varsity Squad had a bad season this year with only three wins in thirteen starts. All these boys who played with the JV ' s gained valuable ex- perience which will be very helpful to the Varsity next year. The Freshman wins offset the loss- es of the JV ' s. This group had a high scoring, fast-breaking team all year. Prospects for a great season next year look good. Karl Denton Bob Elder Bill Harris Manuel Esquivel James Hutchison ( Garden City fielded a fine quintet ihis year, defeat- ing us on our home court. The Badgers fought back hard, but they never could get going against a stiff Garden City defense. The Badgers came out on the short end of a 47-39 score. The top picture is Leon Doche under the basket for a shot. The second photo is Ed Lee in for two points, while the last picture is Bridges in for a lay-up. The Badgers played three games with the Howard County Jayhawkers during the season. The first was play- ed on our own court and was taken by the Badgers by a 63-53 score. The second game Big Spring took 66-65. The play-off game in Lubbock to decide the West Zone Championship was won by the Jayhawkers 74-62. All these games with the Jayhawkers displayed some great action. The top photo is Corbett Bridges in for a shot despite the efforts of a Big Spring boy. The second pic- ture is Art McKay up for a shot under the basket. The last shot is Bridges up for two points. Clarendon Junior College played two games against the Bad- gers this season, both of which were taken by the Badgers. The first game was won by a score of 74-50. The second game was much closer, being won only by a 59-56 score. In the first picture. Jim Bur- ris goes high for a tally as Ed Lee, Al Hutchison, and Corbett Bridges look on. Seitz goes up for the reboimd as Roy Lee Sparkmon watches the action for a chance at the ball. Photo three pictures Bridges in for a shot as Burns and Banks go for the ball. The next picture show- Eddie Lee up for a shot and two points. Of the two games played -with Frank Phillips Jr. College, the Badgers took both of them. The first in Borger was won by 58-23. The second played on our home court was a fine game with lots of ac- tion. The Borger boys gave our boys trouble with their long shots and floor work. The game ended 56-50. The picture at left shows Ed Lee going in for a shot. The other is the initial tip-off with Al Hutchison up for the Badgers. The paraplegic boys in the Flying Wheel Chairs took a well-played game from the Bad- gers. It was a fine exhibition game, and the Flying Wheels won the fans ' hearts. They ' re a great bunch of stout-hearted fellows. The photo at left shows Roy Burnett with the ball and Valton Tucker standing by for the pass; the other shot shows the ball just after it left Bridges ' hands. I We met the Jayhawkers on the first night of the Region Five Tournament and took a fine game from them by a 72-46 score. The top picture shows Lee up foi a shot despite a Jayhawker. The second is Al Hutchinson up- on completing a hook-shot. Doche watches the ball for a chance at it while Vern Irwin and Merle Denny await a chance at the rebound in the last pictiue. The championship game of the Region Five Tourna- ment featured the Badgers vs. the hard fighting Claren- don Bulldogs, who outscored Cisco Jr. College to gain a berth in the finals. The Badgers came out on top of that thriller by a 52-49 score. The top shot pictures four Bad- gers and four Bulldogs awaiting a rebound. The next picture is Ed Lee in for a lay-up shot and two points. Photo three shows Bob Patterson up for a shot as a Clarendon boy tries to block it. In the last picture, Art McKay and Jim Burris await the rebound on Al Hutchin- son ' s shot if it should miss. REGION FIVE CHAMPIONS Co-Captains Bridges and Hutchison receive the Region Five Championship Trophy for the Badgers. A proud coach, his captains, and the trophy SPRING SPORTS The spring sports for 1951 have only a few returning lettermen this year. Track seems to be the strong- est with four contenders in the sprints and middle distances. Even though Art McKay is the sole re- turning letterman on the links, there are some fine freshman prospects. Southpaw Corbett Bridges is the only tennis player back. At year- book deadline none of the squads had had any action, but good re- sults were expected. i-irr ' -?. fer ' RETURNING TRACK LETTERMEN Bobby Phillips, Bob Hudgins, Kenneth Kohler, and Ray Jackson r -- RETURNING GOLF LETTERMAN Art McKay RETURNING TENNIS LETERMAN Corbett Bridges MEN ' S INTRAMURALS Intramural athletics play a big part in the sports program of Amarillo College. The Iraternities and independents alike enter teams in football, speedball, basketball, volley- ball, and Softball. Pictured above is the Tau Delt football team, which ran its schedule of games undefeated to cop the championship. Members of the team are, kneeling, left to right: Sid Baird, Bob McCausland, Harold Husbands, David Wyatt, and Tom Reyman. Standing are, left to right: Bill Bateman, Bobby Phillips, Bob Hudgins, Bill Bradford, Garland Campbell, Dave Boss, and Bob Berry. Pictured below are the Tau Delt ' s two biggest boys : Harold Hus- bands, left, and Bob McCausland. MEN ' S INTRAMURALS Each year an All-Intramural Football Team is selected from the players of the teams participating. Kneeling: Bobby Phillips, Tou Del t; Sid Baird, Tau Delt; Bob Hudgins, Tau Delt; Russell Griggs, Sixth Column. Standing: Gene Colville, Sixth Column; Robert Nollner, Sixth Column; Harold Husbands, Tau Delt; Dave Boss, Tau Delt; Lee Gruhlkey, Sixth Column. i ■a: Pictured above is a rough and rugged game of speedball. MEN ' S INTRAMURALS 5- :0 7 ' " T J-jJ-VU r -U L " " ? i wt I.I I I II ' ■ Basketball season found some hot compe- tition in intramurals. With four teams entered, there was some good action in the tournament. The Tau Delts entered two teams, the Fresh- men and the Sophomores. The Sixth Column entered a team also. The Independent Team, named the Mules, completed the field. As the yearbook went to press, the Tau Delt Sophs were leading the field just ahead of the sec- ond place Sixth Column. TAU DELT SOPHS Standing: Dave Boss, Bob McCausland, Art McKay, coach. Bill Bateman, and Kenneth Kohler. Kneeling : Bobby Phillips, Bob Hudgins, and Eddie Henderson. SIXTH COLUMN Standing: Jimmy Strickland, Gene Colville, Bill McArthur, Robert Nollner, and Russell Griggs. Kneeling: Jerry Reese and Buddy Quinn. INDEPENDENT MULES Standing: David Uzzell, Bill Dye, Billy Miller, and John Notestine. Kneeling : Kenneth Wampler, Joe Blakeney, Jim Winstead, and Jack Aldridge. TAU DELT FROSH Standing: Bill Brooks, Bob Berry, Warren Spaulding, and Bill Bradford. Kneeling: David Wyatt, Dale Gallegly, and Don Self. WOMEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The Women ' s Physical Education Department offers a variety of activities, including archery, bas- ketball, volleyball, badminton, softball, and tennis. Intramural tournaments are conducted in all these sports except softball and tennis. Natalie Russell Instructor Jackey Weirick Student Assistant The P. E. Majors, the largest group in the his- tory of the College, par- ticipated in many activi- ties this year. They play- ed two basketball games against the P. E. Majors from W. T. S. C. The two groups worked together sponsoring a basketball clinic held at Amarillo College. Members ore, left to right: Jean Ryan, Corinne Bowlin, Lucy Gregory, Mari- lynn Small, Jimmie Howard, Lou Lynne Rogers, Billie Joyce Bird, Novo Als- brooks, Joce Gilstrap, Nancy Talley, Bobbie Ann Harrison, Beverly Gillespie, and Gaynelle Mills. L p. E. MAJORS Nancy Talley, Joce Gilstrap, Billie Joyce Bird, Lou Lynne Rogers, Nova Alsbrooks, Beverly Gillespie, and Bobbie Ann Harrison P. E. MAJORS Corinne Bowlin, Gaynelle Mills, Lucy Gregory, Jimmie Howard, Marilynn Small, Beverly Gillespie, and Jean Ryan WOMEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The Women ' s Physical Education Department offers a variety of activities, including archery, bas- ketball, volleyball, badminton, softball, and tennis. Intramural tournaments are conducted in all these sports except softball and tennis. Natalie Russell Instructor Jockey Weirick Student Assistant The P. E. Majors, the largest group in the his- tory of the College, par- ticipated in many activi- ties this year. They play- ed two basketball games against the P. E. Majors from W. T. S. C. The two groups worked together sponsoring a basketball clinic held at Amarillo College. Members ore, left to right: Jean Ryan, Corinne Bowlin, Lucy Gregory, Mari- lynn Small, Jimmie Howard, Lou Lynne Rogers, Billie Joyce Bird, Nova Als- brooks, Joce Gilstrap, Nancy Talley, Bobbie Ann Harrison, Beverly Gillespie, and Gaynelle Mills. p. E. MAJORS Nancy Talley, Joce Gilstrap, Billie Joyce Bird, Lou Lynne Rogers, Nova Alsbrooks, Beverly Gillespie, and Bobbie Ann Harrison P. E. MAJORS Corinne Bowlin, Gaynelle Mills, Lucy Gregory, Jimmie Howard, Marilynn Small, Beverly Gillespie, and Jean Ryan ARCHERY Enthusiastic archery students soon acquire skill in hitting the " bull ' s-eye " through plenty of outdoor target practice. Quite a draw you have there, Mary! i " Trying their iorm at hitting the bull ' s-eye Better luck next time! AC coeds learning fine points of Robin Hood ' s game Getting their sights on the target BASKETBALL THE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Following each game, the officials of the day cast votes for the girls whom they felt were the best all-round sports and who showed the most ability on the playing court. The tabulated votes determin- ed the All-Tournament players of 1950-51 season at AC. Members of the team are, left to right : Mozelle Moore, Northwest Texas; Joyce Gazaway, St. An- thony; Lou Lynne Rogers, Kappa; Virginia Smith, Gamma; Tila Rue Day, Northwest Texas; and lackey Weirick, Kappa. BASKETBALL VICTORS AC champion team in girls ' intramural basketball is composed of Kappa members. Left to right are Demaris Christian; Bobbie Ann Harrison; Mildred Zweig; Jackey Weirick; Lou Lynne Rogers, Cor- bett Bridges and Art McKay, coaches; Joce Gilstrap; Joyce Wright; Margaret Banasik; Marladene Hook; and Carman McGee. i BEST SPORTS Jackey Weirick and Corinne Bowlin BEST SHOT Joyce Gazaway Carman takes a shot. Up goes Jockey for two points. ■C Stick with her, Lou Lynne Add another two points. Watch her, Bev. BADMINTON Learning the funda- mentals Badminton specialists VOLLEYBALL ' C ' mon, Bobbie Ann— sock it! " A rough-and-tumble game of volleyball keeps wom- en in good " form. " WOMEN ' S TENNIS SQUAD V%1: From the Women ' s Tennis Squad, teams will be selected to represent Amarillo College at the tournament held in May at Denton. Both singles and doubles divisions will be en- tered. Natalie Russell coaches this group. At the time the yearbook went to press, the squad had not yet been organ- ized. - - A RETURNING LETTERMEN Charlyn Carder Carman McGee Lucy Gregory lackey Weirick Eleanor Jeffrey- Neil Hawkins Beverly Gillespie Don Oheim Corinne Bowlin Bill Brady " Go, Badgers, go " — many is the time we have heard this phrase from our six loyal cheerleaders. They have given their enthusiastic support to many Badger contests. We ' ve got the T-E-A-M and the cheer- leaders to qo with it. All the wav, Badgers! Palo Duio has been tamed for the enjoyment of vacationists and casual visitors without detracting from its wild grandeur. Visitors will find 15 miles of scenic drives, 20 miles of bridle trails, 30 miles of hiking trails, and 150 miles of picnic imits. There are modern cabins on the rim near EH Coro- nado Lodge, an attractive dining room and souvenir shop from which there is a magnificent view of the canyon. A group of ranch cabins are a Cow Camp several miles with- in the canyon. Within the canyon are any number of breath-taking views and unusual rock forma- tions. studeiii life L Strictly ior the boys FACULTY COFFEE What a rested bunch! Tell it again for me. SORORITY RUSH TEAS Kappas receive Hurry, Martha, we ' re here, too. ELECTION DAY What are you keeping behind the screen? Remember, everybody, only one vote. OPEN HOUSE Bedtime story- Saddest story I ever heard Play any simple melody. Let ' s eat! Arthur Murray himself CAMPUS CHATTER L ' -. ' X i ■«• ' • " i " A ■■■ . ' tl ' HELL WEEK What happened to the potatoes? TAU DELTA WESTERN DANCE Grab him. Sheriff Albert! SADIE HAWKINS ' DANCE Passing the buck Wake up— the night is young! What ' s in your pocket. Hairless? PRESENTATION DANCE Don ' t fall, Tony! Everyone smile big. What a happy crew! HOMECOMING Badgers versus Alumni After the game PICNICKERS Doubles Hot dog! Carlsbad Cavern SCHOLARSHIP DANCE Out of this world PHI THETA KAPPA INITIATION Congratulating new members Signing the membership pledge JIGSAW PUZZLE Fit the pieces together . . . Result— college life TRIAL BY JURY The scene for TRIAL BY JURY is a court of justice. Edwin is sued by Angelina for breach of promise. The Usher instructs the Jury that they need pay no attention when the defendant speaks; and the gentlemen are ob- viously prejudiced against Edwin. Even the Judge is be- witched by Angelina ' s beauty, and Edwin finds his plight sad indeed. After a most confusing session of court the Judge announces that he himself will wed the plaintiff, beautiful Angelina. Judge Jim Burris Plaintiff Joardis Burnett Counsel for Plaintiff Neil Hawkins Defendant Raymond Morrison Usher Jim Restine Foreman of the Jury Paul White Chorus Amarillo College Choir DOWN IN THE VALLEY Opera presentation has become traditional at Amarillo College. The college opera is an all-school affair. The College Choir is featured, but the College Players are always on hand to take acting parts and to handle stagecraft details. The art and carpentry classes prepare all scenery and properties. Journalism students assist in publicity. The entire Music De- partment participates, voice students singing roles in the opera and instrumental music students forming a theater orchestra. DOWN IN THE VALLEY, a folk opera built around the mountain song of the same name, is the story of young love. Definitely not of a hillbilly na- ture, the folk opera contains some fine music and is based on an interesting story woven around the emotions of a mountain boy who is awaiting execu- tion for the murder of a rival. The boy escapes from jail and returns home to see his sweetheart. His freedom is shortlived but is long enough for him to know that his sweetheart has a lasting love for him. Brack Weaver Neil Hawkins Jennie Parsons .... Beverly Jo Nance Thomas Bouche Jim Burris The Preacher The Leader Howard Dill Jennie ' s Father Jim Restine Guard Jim Collins Peters Ted Abrahamson Lynn Ekinner Two Women Vera Wilcoxson Bob McCausland Two Men Jim Jordan Chorus Amarillo College Choir WATCH YOUR PULSE It must have been cold Turns for the tummy Odd but original ' H| f -Jrln jK JiH W m-x: ' H ' i - Better duck, Tillie! " - Just out of p. E. Look at those boots! AROUND THE CAMPUS Presentation to Dr. Meyer of pen used by President Truman to sign Canadian Dam Bill Accelerated high school social LABORATORY VIEWS Photography LABORATORY VIEWS LABORATORY VIEWS I ' ll be glad to sign it. YEARBOOK PICNIC Your autograph, please Ummmm ! Oh! My writer ' s cramp advertising Coronado called the canyon El Barrcnco Grande, which means the big canyon. Palo Duro means hard wood, a name thought to have been derived from the ironwood shrubs which grow within the canyon or possibly the hard cedar which the Indians used in making their arrows. By any name it is one of the most extravagant works of nature to be found anywhere in the Southwest. " ■S=- , JBBB ■- ■ rn jie ' m,-Mm ' - ■-, :a w •« ' ' The Leader in its Field ' ' As 1 oil Otiidents, too, xxave an Upportimitv to Jjecome ' pp uity Congratulations and Best Wishes PLAINS CHEVROLET CO. Jesse A. Rogers, PresiJent W. A. " Buck " Carter, Manager 1101 Taylor Street Telephone 21237 First National BANK OF AMARILLO An old established banking institution with modern facilities and progressive ideas ... to serve your every financial need. , PPPFtlV HlHF P F P- 1 ' P P PI ' T -::- F F F F f llB F= F= : F «ii It This Page for Autographs CompUments of POTTER COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY AUTR Y S OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE PALO DURO 118 W. 6th St. Phone 2-1922 AMARILLO, TEXAS Dumas Studio % Ph one 2-1791 ■■■■. " Photographs Live Forever STUDEBAKER SINCE 1852 BOB (llDUIUTOi, lie. CARS TRUCKS Aniarillo. Texas Alivays a Mighty Good Brand SHRITIRQCK GASOLINES— MOTOR OILS GREASES The Shamrock Oil and Gas Corporation Amarillo, Texas The GLOBE-NEWS AMARILLO, TEXAS KGNC LEND AN EAR FOR GOOD LISTENING laOOO on 710 II IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU " Your Friendly Furr Food Stores Serving (he Panhandle for over 47 Years There Is a Furr Food Store Near You Shop in COLORADO — NEW MEXICO — KANSAS — OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS Your Amarillo, Texas, Stores Are Located at 220 E. 10th — 2222 Polk — 318 W. 16th — 507 Georgia — 3522 Line 418 N. Fillmore — 1602 Washington — 1019 Virginia AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK Panhandle ' s Largest Bank Assets over $55,000,000 MEMBER F. D. L C. by your side • • • in tiie future, too! ■ - r Reddy Kilowatt will continue to provide dependable low cost electric service for you in your new travels down life ' s pathway. SOUTHWESTERN PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 26 YEARS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND PUBLIC SERVICE Compliments of MEYERS MOTOR CO, Chrysler Plymouth Amarillo, Texas 1019 Polk Phone 3-7441 III! I S SERl l( E ST 1TI0 0. 2 Tom Bursey, Manager 218 Tyler Street Telephone 6180 BAGOT HARDWARE 807 Polk Phone 5318 AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK Panhandle ' s Largest Bank Assets over $55,000,000 MEMBER F. D. I. C. f I by your side . • • in tiie future, too! ' sa.Sffirfc ia Reddy Kilowatt will continue to provide dependable low cost electric service for you in your new travels down life ' s pathway. SOUTHWESTERN PUBLIC SBR. VICE COMPANY 25 YEARS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND PUBLIC SERVICE Compliments of MEYERS MOTOR CO, Chrysler Plymouth Amarillo, Texas 1019 Polk P ' ncr.e 3-441 I!IVI S SEIli l( E ST ITI() 0. 2 Eursev. Mcnaae: 218 Tyler Street Teleplione 6180 BAGOT HARDWARE 807 Polk Phone 5318 Wii LINE AVENUE CLEANERS If s J Fat- - Cli ' ii i Clotlit ' S Lust Lji)i ' cr 3812 Line A anue Phone 2-2165 E. C. Penry Jewelry Co. 309 Polk Street Telephone 2-16. ' 2 A IARILLO, TEXAS GRAHAM HOEME PLOW CO., INC. i(T • Life for the Land ' ' AMARILLO, TEXAS PHONE 2-837 1 PUEBLO, COLORADO PHONE 5866 CUNNINGHAM FLORAL CO. Amarillo ' s Leading. Florists Phone 8259 2511 W. 6th Established 1917 " " ' ' " Amarillo, Texas DOCK COFFEY PONTIAC TEL I»»jAnR-j2.5533 509 Tyler Street AMARILLO, TEXAS AMAKILLO LAU 5DRY Linen Service KWITCHERKIKKIN ' Mfeet your friends at Pop ' s We appreciate you " JORDAN ' S DRIVE INN f 500 West 10th Phone 2-0268 Compliments of Clowe Cowan, Inc Phone 2-4352 And Say, " Oiarzc If Sho vinor the Newest in Yoiinji Glen ' s ear 801 POLK MEN ' S WEAR 501 POLK Shop Our W iiuh»vs and oiril Shop at Bert ' s 205 West IGth Telephone 2-2253 AMARILLO ' S ineii DEASON ' S CLEANING DIAL 2-1266 KFDA-FM Affiliated vitli the AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. A. M. 1440 K. C. F. M. 100.5 M. C. There ' s always one place a little BETTER than the rest .... 4ma UiCa ( Mie , (mc - . . . and for student and business supplies it ' s Iv ussells 611 TAYLOR A BOTTLE OF COKE Goes W itli Every Occasion. Distinctive Apparel for IVomen " J Jln e ' SmUA MENS AND YOUNG MEN ' 5 FINE CLOTHES ARROW SHIRTS DOBBS HATS CAMPUS TOGS SUITS FLORSHEIM SHOES MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR Complete Sporting Goods Sales and Service GUNS • FISHING TACKLE • LOCK REPAIR 1 oin jL Xvoy Lrun anci ivey oliop Tom Roberson — Roy McGee 210 W. Sixth St. Phone 3-0771 BFAJAMIN MOORE PAINTS WALLPAPERS FOR BEAUTY -FOR QUALITY EARL SHELTON S AMARILLO PAINT WALLPAPER COMPANY 910 Polk St. Phone 9164 PAINTS - VARNISHES - WALLPAPER - LINOLEUM - GIFTS - PICTURE FRAMING Amarillo, Texas Compliments of Southwestern investment J. W. HILL FURNITURE CO 911 POLK AMARILLO, TEXAS ConipUmeuts of mn umm Mcp fee L., uc. I NCOR P " 3 R A7 ED 1907 The A a me To Remember When Furnishing } our Home Amarillo, Texas LLO PHOTO GRAFLEX KODAK SUPPLY, LTD. EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC ANSCO 128 E- 7TH AVE EARL A, DUNN PHONE 2-7812 It ' s Really Fresh COFFEE Compliments of the PANHANDLE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO. MISEI 01 Oil POILTIT FMM lEAl AMAIUO mMIUO - 19N W. flh NMEi - % i aid Bypass T Pine Photograph Kodak Finishin hs 9 1222 WEST lOth PHONE 3-1523 AMARILLO, TEXAS 4 1 -C OL PftHiT Corai anv ACME QUALITY PAINTS-WALLPAPER-BUILDER ' S SUPPLIES-HARDWARE Phone : 4291 2400 7th St. V " a ime - MOTORS, INC. AMARILLO, TEXAS I MTIOML BMR AMARILLO, TEXAS HERRING HOTEL OLD TASCOSA ' ' An Exclusive Place to Dine and Dance B SS PROTECTED DAIRY PRODUCTS Ml Sm ITORS, Inc. 620 Tyler Street Telephone 8247 Aniarillo. Texas THE VA moifo W 615 TAYLOR STREET FIRE INSURANCE 212 E. 6TH ST. NSURANCE PHONE 3-4334 CASUALTY- SURETY George Autry, O zinUz 714 TAYLDR AMARILLD, TEXAS V) ■ mm i M 71-» TAYLOR STREET AMARILLD, TEXAS PROViDiyC THE FIEL FOR PROGRESS ujiii moiORS 6th at Jefferson Amarillo. Texas Compliments of A W ROOT BEER No. 1 — 3700 W. 6th No. 2 — 1210 N. Fillmore and ZESTO 3700 W. 6th coLLfGf mum Cleaning and Pressing Delivery Service J. S. Lockhart, Ownei 2119 Washington Phone 6193 lUflLLflCf GfiOCffiy flO. 2 Open Day and Night 2121 Washington Phone 8201 The Home of BOTANY Brand 500 SUITS KNOX FINE HATS A M A R I L L O TRUITT BUICK CO. Sales and Service 1100 Polk St. Phone 3-3751 LynmeM ' s 13th and Polk Phone 2-9020 BeOOH ' S OfiUG Professional Pharmacists 2223 Polk St. Phone 2-3245 HALL DRUG STORE Complete Drug Store Serv ice 700 W. 16th Phone 9835 McCARTT SUPER MARKETS lOth and Taylor St. 10th and Georgia St. 3rd and N. Fillmore St. Amanllo, Texas and Borqer. Texas MEAD ' S BAKERY, INC " Best Loaf of Bread in Town ' 1900 W. 17th Phone 3-7451 KL YN CBS The Stars ' Address 940 on your Radio Dial Get Fast, Fast Service at c5lect (xkjR( TIRE COM PAN Y FILLMORE at 2nd TELEPHONE 3-4 331 AMARILLO, TEXAS Home of Seiberling Tires O Shamrock Gasolines — Motor Oils — Greases " WE CARE FOR THE THINGS YOU CARE FOR " AMARILLO S OLDEST WAREHOUSE COMPANY R. C. Jordan, President 108 Taylor Street R. S. IMnrrah, Treasurer jMcivniglit Iransler Cx Otorage Co., Inc. Exclusive Agent tor Aero Ma yilower Transit Company Q VOLLE ' S PRESCRIPTION SHOP Prescription Specialists E. E. Voile Registered ' Pharmacist 1409 W. Tenth Phone 2-3878 Visit the New SILVfR GRILL CflffltRIB 706 Tyler Sou(hwes( ' s Finest :m Junior Miss Depart HI ent . " Qros. 13 nO ' " Second Floor PHILLIPS ' PARKMOOR Amarillo ' s Finest Restaurant Specialization in Fried Chicken — Choice Steaks — Mexican Food " An Exclusive Place lor College Students " PRIVATE PARTIES BY RESERVATIONS 16th and Madison Phone 8116 MANN ' S BREAD In the Green Wrapper It Is Different!!! BAIRD ' S SWEET SHOP Sandwiches — Fountain Drinks 2000 W. 6th Curb Service j» ■ l»lr ■If " v lib X Kir • »»» f : • Established 1897 Panhandle ' s Oldest Store Headquarters For Campus Fashions COMPLIMENTS OF M. L. TRANSFER STORAGE CO. INC. Operating Agents, Allied Van Lines THIRD AND ARTHUR PHONE 5263 NICHOLS PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE, INC. Art Supplies — Picture Framing 123 W. 6th Phone 2-8368 ED PANGBURN Magnolia Service Station 16th and Washington Phone 6801 GATTIS CLENDENIN SHOE STORE Men ' s, Women ' s and Children ' s Shoes 805 Polk Amarillo, Texas ZALE ' S JEWELRY Convenient Budget Plan Quality No Interest 8th and Polk Jewelry No Carrying Charges Distinction GOULDY BROS. Seeds . . . Pet Supplies . . . Feeds 2nd and Tyler Phone 6213 ' RHEALEE HAT SHOP SOIPOIK 710 Tyler e enxM I OFFICE SUPPLY Phone :l-2877 Typewriters Equipment — Supplies WddM .tll:i:jyi:it»JI Serving Panhandle Offices 25 Years Mailing Address Amarillo- Box 2330 Borger- b 1 N. Main Pampa- 123 E. Kingsmill 116 VV. 6th 508 Taylor Street Phone 2-223G 1 PORTRAIT COMPANY 113 East Sixth AMARILLO, TEXAS Telephones Amaiillo- 2-4868 Borger- 1687 Pampa- 3867 jJMi h it Phone 8643 COMPLIMENTS OF LEVINE S DEPARTMENT STORE 804 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas BLUE PRINT COMPANY Morris Browning, Manager Conipliiiients of ARMY NAVY STORE HERTNER ' S CAMERA STORE 114 WEST 6th PHONE 2-1111 HEATH FURNITURE CO.. INC. We completely furnish your home. AMARILLO TIMES MEET ME AT TAYLOR ' S MARKET THEY NEVER CLOSE ACCESSORIES SHOP Smart Sportsivear and Accessories 816 Polk FRANKS BARBER BEAUTY SUPPLY 1015 Polk Street Phone 5361 AMARILLO, TEXAS JONES FRIENDLY " SHOES The Home of Famous Brand Shoes 908 Polk Amarilh , Texas 715 Polk St. Amarillo, Texas Kohler Campbell and Star Pianos AiMILLO M 1 D HOUSE Minshall-Esley BAND INSTRUMENTS- REPAIR AND SERVICE : Home and Church Organs M6 E 5»h AVE Phone 71Sr, AMAP ' lLLO, TEXAS E. L. SMIT H EVERYTHING IN MUSIC J. C. (Jimmy) WEAVER PHONE S3D3 REDFEARN COMPANY DEPENDABLE RADIO AND ELECTRDNIC SERVICE 417 WEST SEVENTH tones CE CREAM HARRY HOLLAND 500 POLK ST. AMARILLO, TEXAS ' , ■ f- ' ' t »i:rj|| ciTjiitocj %atirL± ci fuioqiajiki c:rfuioqiaJ2n±. a to " J ra u too xajik ± Vv N . :%.- m -j- ' iit ■m- ■ 404 m


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