Angelo State University - Rambouillet Yearbook (San Angelo, TX)

 - Class of 1947

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H H H H 1 H 1 1 H. . ,..,.,.. - HH-HH H H H H 1- H H H-HH H H - H H H H H i1H H H1 H 1. H H 1 - H H H 1 -jj, -1 Q- I 21. ff-.1.1.121 f1.1 1.11.1.1H fi H H H- ,'H H1H -1 I- H M H11 1 . H-HH H1 - H H H 3 1 H H 3 11,131 'H 1 1.3 H1 . .H H HH H H .1 1 3-3 H H Hp- H E-M WW 1' 111 5H H H H 11 1 M - - 1 5 - HHH 1 1 W. 1 - I HHH: 11-1 - . 1 .1 -1 - - f-- H 1-1 1 ' 11 . 1 1, 1 H . .- -.-'H HHHH. H. as- H B H Uifx ul, Wuhan WW ' H X. ..1 HHHH1 H ,Hit H H E H 51 ' - -- -1 H - HHH H H H SH H .1 . E Z H155 'lf ,HH H HH f Lfffv , 1 V IYYW WJ' ov Un f UR V' if -- l, ,inf T! ww fx Jiww 1 : 1 f'M1W5W lj -Wi pb' eaffffb We, the staff of the 1947 Rambouillet, dedicate our yearbook to a dream that is steadily taking form, to a spirit of co-operation and good will that moves us on incessantly, and to an opportunity for molding a stronger foundation for the future collegians of this area-to the new San Angelo College. It is now like a slab of marble, still unchiseled, presenting abundant and unlimited possibilities. It is yet to be molded. Into its making will go all the things that constitute an ideal college where prevails the spirit of fair play. high ideals, and comradeship. To the future of our school, and to those who lead it, we dedicate this annual. ,WW Admmaz-mam ekzaaea 7auwz6te4 f4ecm'mQ f4Zl!eL'cba foliage Zaye fidueztiaenzenu ,,., " B -. H Z E a 15 H' B H 515-K-, - -mms mn 5. .iJ ,.H'd:? -. am , Fri' .ssh in FW! e--gg gym... - Bi-1' - va ,W mg as SS ss- a 'Q n -..H ss EWS 1.1 '- H ss L 4. ..e.?""-fi" ' " V The staff wishes to dedicate this page of the 1947 Rambouillet to the Faculty of San Angelo College. It is very seldom, indeed, that collegians are permitted to express to the faculty their deep appreciation for the "always- ready" consolation and friendly guidance that they have received during the preceding term. We who are attending San Angelo College are beginning to realize our capabilities and heritage. We are also beginning to realize that the time that we have spent here has been carefully guided and directed by unrenowned, but great persortages of our time. . May we always be able to fultill completely the trusts that you have faithfully placed in our hands. f BOARD OF My Porter Henderson Herman Allen Iean S. Iohnson President Vice-President Secretary B0be1't G- can B. R. Lowrance Wm. D. Taylor I, T. Iohnston The essential factor oi any college is the support which it receives from its trustees. They are the backbone of school spirit and the indispensable force that keeps the school moving. San Angelo College is blessed with one oi the most enthusiastic groups in the state. All-are indubitably noble examples of civic leadership. FRoM THE , S e Ula at Photo by Atkinson I have great difficulty in writing a "message" to the students. You are a fine group of people, but you are a heterogeneous lot with interests, aptitudes and attitudes as different as a man from a monkey. My hope is that all of you, regardless of any peculiar character- istics. have profited by your experiences at San Angelo College. Under somewhat crowded conditions, we have made an honest effort to help you, and, with few exceptions, we have succeeded where we had your co-operation. Some of you will continue in our college-a new physical plant will be available-next year: others will not. Whatever you do, we want you to know that you cannot escape our interest in you. In a measure, you are the products of our labor. We shall bask in the glory of your success, and we shall share in disappointments if you should fail. Of course, you are not much interested in our participation in your welfare. Most of you are interested in "getting ahead" in life. That is a wholesome attitude if you do not lose your sense of values. You should keep in mind that "getting ahead" in these days must place upon you tremendous responsibilities and obligations main free and unencumbered by dictatorship or socialism how to live in a democracy. Then, we must so live that the tion will not crumble and bury us in the ruins. I am not a pessimist, but any fairly close observer of the If our life in America is to re- or communism, we must learn walls of our trembling civiliza- attitudes and actions of many people with respect to their knowledge of and recognized obligations in a free society is likely to be amazed at the progress we have made. Surely, "it is one of the wonders of this world that Democracy continues to live and function." Much of the progress, however, has been due to natural causes Csome of which have disappearedj and not to personal con- tributions. Any amount of college training places you in a select minority group. To an increasing extent. the college trained men and women must assume the leadership in this country. It is their privilege- your privilege-to contribute to the betterment of society and thereby lead mankind away from the bitter consequences of greed, lust, and false pride and pre- judice. You may do your part by meeting squarely and intelligently this most important challenge to the younger generation. Y ,,.f ln T'I'T..:.-'.'i'e ADMINISTRATIVE B I l I P. E. SMITH HAROLD F. BRIGHT n Dean P. E. Smith has been an executive officer of the San Angelo College for the past three years. He is never too busy to offer his sympathetic assist- ance to students who seek his aid. Many have been greatly encouraged and influenced by his friendly efforts. ' Mr. Harold F. Bright is one of the most important administrative officials in San Angelo College. As Director of Guidance, he is the counselor for students' educational vocations and social objectives. He gives the necessary tests to help define the possible limits of ability in the various fields of human knowledge. Mr. Bright, as Registrar, keeps all records, confirms all admission qual- ifications, and checks all grade records for transfers. ARDISI W. L. ' B.S., North Texas State College M.A., Columbia University Graduate Study: Baylor University: Colorado State College of Education Speech Arts and, Music BARE, L. T. B.A., Ohio State University M.A., 'Western Colorado State Graduate Study: University oiiChicago Biological Sciences and Physics BERRY, MRS. MADELINE W. B.A., University of Texas M.A., University of Arizona B.S.L.S., University of Southern California Librarian BOND, GEORGE A.. IR. B.S., Texas A. G M. College Graduate Study: Texas A. 6: M. College Agriculture BRIGHT, HAROLD F. B.A., Lake Forest College M.S., University of Rochester Graduate Study: University of Rochester Registrar, Director of Guidance CASEY, GLENN B.S., Southwest Texas State College M.E.O., University of Texas Biological Sciences and Chemistry CHAMBERS. ,BILL B.A., North Texas State College M.A., North Texas State College Social Science COBB. STELLA B.B.A., University of Texas M.B.A., University of Texas Graduate Study: University of Texas Acting Dean of Women Business Administration I DUGGINS, MRS. RICHARD C. B.A., University of Texas Mathematics EILERS, MRS. WILLI B.A., University of T M.A., University oi Tex OJ Social Science v lx l FLEMING. EDMUND I. 1 B.S., St. Edwards University Physical Education FRASER. LEWIS B.A., North Texas State College M.A., North Texas State College Graduate Study: University of Texas, Harvard University Spanish, French I I GUNN, V. R. I B.A., Indiana State Teachers College MJ-X., University of Chicago Graduate Study: University of Chicago, University of Texas, University of Montpellie France Education, Psychology GUTHRIE. G. T. B.A., University of Texas Engineering Drawing INMAN, M. B., IR. B.S., Texas A. 6 M. College Vocational Agriculture for Veterans y IONES. BILLY O. B.S., Texas A. 6. M. College Vocational Agriculture for Veterans KINSEY. L. K. B.A., Baylor University Graduate Study: Texas Institute of Technolog Distributive Education LA MANCE, MRS. B. R. B.A., Southern Methodist University M.l-I., University oi Texas English LEMLEY, IOE R. B.S., Texas A. G M. College Vocational Agriculture for Veterans LEWIS, DOROTHY B. S., Mary Hardin-Baylor College Physical Education -A l MCGINNIS, MRS. A. D. B.A., North Texas State College M.A., North Texas State College English MASTERSON, ROBERT RALPH B.S., State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau. Missouri M.B.A., University oi Texas Graduate Study: University of Texas, University of Chicago ' Auditor, Business Administration SHUCK, ARTHUR L. B.A., Central College M.A., University of Missouri Ph. D., University of Illinois Biological Sciences, Chemistry SIKES, P. R. B.S., University of Texas M.S., University of Texas Physical Education Director of Athletics SMITH, ALVIN A. B.A., North Texas State College M.A., North Texas State College Mathematics SMITH, P. E. B.A., Southwestern University M.A., University of Texas Dean of College, Chemistry SWARTZ. I. P. B.M., Illinois Wesleyan University Music V N TAYLOR, ll-XCK BOSS Q B.S., Texas A. 61 M. College Vocational Agriculture for Veterans WESTERMAN, MRS. MARL A. B.S., Mary Hardin-Baylor College Graduate Study: Iowa State College Home Economics WHITE, A. C. B.A., Baylor .University M.A., Baylor University Graduate Study: Texas A. 61 M. College Sales Education WOLFE. B. L. Indiana State Teachers College YEARWOOD, MRS. A. B. 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ARMSTRONG, EDGAR, San Angelo Pre-Engineer-University of Texas Ram Page, Rambouillet f ARMSTRONG. IOANNE, San Angelo Lambda Taus, Modern Choir, Most Beautiful Freshman Girl '45. ARTHUR, BILLIE, Tankersley Texas Tech. ' Little Theatre, Home Economics, Sigma Alpha Chi. AUSTIN. GERALD A., San Angelo Foreign Trade-Columbia University Ram Page, Student Council, Savo. BAKER, BILLIE, San Angelo Spanish-Sul Ross Ram Page, Sigma Alpha Chi, Part Tim-e Training. ..T:,,,,,-1-, Y--"L" BAKER, MARY BETH, San Angelo Business Administration-University of Texas Phi Theta Kappa. Lambda Taus BOND, ROY IEAN, San Angelo Physical -WEducaL'Ion-!lIjg,ivers,ikgr of Ark: li ' :Mf f". - L . qrisas Dist, R M, p pv, ,OWU My ,Lg1tleSLThe-ntre. Lf . inf fig up J no ww , ' r mf l 1 i J I sn., 1 .- Z I V 1 V, . K I ' f . V' . ' ,-. S -, 9jb!lJllL!V UI! lv 4, VHA f Qty. V .tiff -.J isp, rf, fi! ,MU QV. 'fl I jsp! IVY, ,yi p li fl 'l "1 '. 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Eldorado Pre-Med-University of Texas Choir, Phi Theta Kappa, Drakers. GOODSON, HORACE NEIL, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. GUNN, PAULINE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas State College for Women Choir HALL, I. L., San Angelo Business Administration-Universit of lVIissouri We X HERRING ENNETH. San Angelo Band HERRING, MORRIS. San Angelo Physical Education4University of Ar- kansas Band ' HESTEH, BERT, IR., Miles Mechanical Engineering-Texas Tech. HOFFMAN, LYVONDA, Ballinger. Chemistry-Baylor University Ram Page, Student Council, Head Yell Leader, Sigma Alpha Chi. t-wt w KIT mf- , W-if 1' HORTON, ANN, San Angelo Music-North Texas State College Barn Page, Choir, Lambda Taus. HOWARD, NITA. Wink Business Administration Sigma Alpha Chi HUDSON, DORIS IANE, San Angelo Business Administration Rambouillet, Ram Page, Choir, Home Econom- ics, Lambda Taus. IACKSON, GEORGE ROY, San Angelo Animal Husbandry-Texas Tech. IOHANSEN. MARIORY N., San Angelo History-University of Texas IOHANSEN, VAUN L., Ogden, Utah Business Administration-University of Texas IOHNSON, IEAN ANNCOT, San Angelo Iournalism Rambouillet, Ram Page, Phi Theta Kappa. Lambda Taus, Modem Choir, Secretary of Sophomore Class, Most Popular Girl of the Sophomore Class. JOHNSON, IERRY M., San Angelo Agriculture-Texas Tech. Savo, Concho Aggies, Most Popular Boy of the Sophomore Class. IONES, LEOTIS, San Angelo Speech-North Texas State College Ram Page, Rambouillet, Student Council, Little Theatre, Phi Theta Kappa, Sigma Alpha Chi. IONES, SAM, Arden Business Administration-Texas Chris- tian University Little Theatre, Savo. IOHDAN, FANCHONE. San . Interior Design-Texas Tech. Q I Ram Page, Rambouilletw ,fHo',, conom- ics, Lambda Taus. JV, I ' KEYS, WCYH Q ng BaQl ' sit ' a ' le' .ittl h . , Lambda IDS.-'f ff' 5'JfyW1' M if ,f QW ' ACKEY, ALLIE CLAY, San Angelo Business Administration Ram Page, Little Theatre, Phi Theta Kappa. Lambda Taus, Modern Choir. LESLIE, IANE, San Angelo Speech-University of Texas Rambouillet, NRam Page, Choir, Little Theatre, Home Economics, Lambda Taus. LINENBERGER, ARLYNE, San Angelo Business Administration-Sul Ross Phi Theta Kappa, Sigma Alpha Chi. MCDANIEL, HELEN IOYCE, Paint Rock Business Administration Choir MCGONAGILL, DON H., San Angelo Pre-Med-Northern Illinois College of Optom- GUY Savo MARTIN, MAC, San Angelo Chemical Engineering-University of Texas Choir, Band. MASTERSON, HOB'T RALPH, IB., San Angelo Law MATTHEWS. MRS. ALFORD. San An- gelo Education-Texas Christian University Home Economics 5 wh WA 1t, E4 G. ,WTI .irf ' -- ' . . grjz. a:s:'1 . -K ,., .,. ,., ..:. :.: X 5 1-' 11: gr: ,.: gag: :.: 1- ,w H gs- TTI? VW. H '33 ml 3. ,,, H., ..,.,.. .. -2: -1-z 2 - A' .2-E' sw " ' I .l 4 NETTLETON, EVELYN, San Angelo Business Administration Choir, Home Economics, Modern Choir. NORMAN, NANCY, San Angelo Art-Texas Christian University Home Economics, Lambda Taus. OLSAK, CLOVIS H., San Angelo Animal Husbandry-Texas A. 62 M. College Ram Ass'n, Football. PETTY, ANNA LOUISE, San Angelo Education-Texas State College for Wo- men Phi Theta Kappct, Sigma Alpha Chi. Drill Squad. PHILLIPS, LUCILE, San Angelo Music-North Texas State College Ram Page, Choir, Phi Theta Kappa. ROGERS, G. L.. La Crosse, Florida Civil Engineering-Texas A. di M. Col- lege . SCHLEYER, BILL, San Angelo ' Business Administration-Texas Tech. Ram Ass'n SPARKS, L. Q., San Angelo Business Administration-University of Texas Band, Drakers. STEWART, LYNN. San Angelo Zoology-Baylor University ' STRAKA. DOROTHY LEE, Miles Art-University of Texas T. STUART. EDWARD. Miles Iournalism TAYLOR, CLYDE V., Hamilton Accounting-Texas Christian University TUCKER, KENNETH C., San Angelo Mathematics-Texas A. :Sf M. College Drakers WRIGHT, BILLIE LOUISE, Miles Nutrition-University of Texas Ram Page, Home Economics, Sigma Al- pha Chi. WRIGHT, WILFRED L., St. Iohnsbury, Vermont Business Administration-University of Ver- l'I101'1t YORK, YVONNE CHRYSTAL, Eolcx Elementary Education-Sul Soss 4 eo cxoee- okixoex-afokk xoxo xscixka ok Qodxx 'Oeeo dow. egoooio '01 Ktegogoeo xo-ax eve YXQXAQ, eacuaxoxq-, Moxix-ae Goexqei, Qte-5x6eo'C,k3Xo1'.1, 961953, fixce-Qsea 5010 11 6 Kota. Xoo Xlxoe 'Qxe 'sie bo be O 61K YA O 'Yooie we 'wmefxxcibe QGOX YN-e Qoegsx ok Qoe fleets 'Yioeq me Qekx No 6430 ee1qeooK'oK,o40e',YX6O ee, ueoeoxev. 006 GXQQ Yvofrloix. 'lsoQmq1xXoo x. was Y f. 1"rl J W I n 1 ,wi i M, f ' fi Eg, N f I I I f r ' 'F , -:JJ f X ' is f .'f 6 . 0 .. fl YF' 1 Y :ii . , f ' A L?" ' 3 1 'Y I' I , wi A KH' if " X I J AA" X 'Q' 4 ' 1, 1 r f , v , V 1 Ti Z X ,wa 4 X ul 3 ' W' ff 5' Q ' -I , 7 fifi 71' H" I I 1 092' 'Mr' ,f I 7 x ' 225 if ' . L, ' ,':: f x , A ,f 1 , 1 Cui" 'fi 1773 I! 4 f ' i .Li 44 V145 V 4? .AG Wi? 5 I ', I X 'Nj 55,7 N X7 I 1 , H if "Ls, . I Y f 3 L I V , X , ,, , 1 G .- ,,,. 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C., Water Valley Physical Education Basketball ADAMS, CECIL THOMAS, Mertzon Law AKE. COOLIDGE, Paint Rock Electrical Engineering-Texas A. 6: M. College ALBRIGHT, DON, San Angelo Industrial Relations Ram Page, Choir, Little Theatre, Phi Theta Kappa. ALDRICH. FOY W.. San Angelo Engineering Drakers ALEXANDER, NICK. sun Angelo Engineering-University of Texas , Rambouillet ALLEN, IEBRY, San Angelo Engineering ALLEN, POLLY, Sonora Nursing Nurses, Phi Theta Kappa. .sb sw ARMSTRONG. IEANNE, Henderson English-Texas State College for Women Home Economics, Lambda Taus. BAKER, ANNA EVELYN, Mertzon Nursing Nurses BABE, IUNE ELIZABETH, San Angelo Advertising Design-Texas State College for Women ' Band BARKER, MELBA, san A119910 NUISi11q-TGXCIS State College for Wo- men BARKLEY, ELIZABETH ANNE. San Angelo Piano "4 Choir , f B N I , Veribest gy B es 'nistration-Howard ayne L 011 BARR, NORMAN W., San Angelo Pre-Law-University of Texas Little Theatre, Savo. BARRON, IDA DORIS, San Angelo Campusology-Texas Tech. Band, Lambda Taus, Part Time Training. BECKER. CHAS. W.. Wall Chemistry-University of Texas BENTON, VINA, San Angelo Business Administration BIRD, IAMES HOWARD, Mertzon Physical Education-Texas Christian Univer- sity Rarnbouillet, Savo, Ram Ass'n. BOATRIGHT, KYLE, San Angelo 'Business Administration-University of Texas Rambouillet, Savo. BOATRIGHT, RONALD, San Angelo Business Administration-University of Texas BOLLINGER, BILL, San Angelo Animal Husbandry-Texas A. G M. Col- lege BOND, SARA ELIZABETH, San Angelo Business Administration-Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity ' Phi Theta Kappa BOWERS, BARBARA ANN. San Angelo Business Administration i Mir . 'JP'- .mari 1. D 'W is , ,- F4 ,gui BRASHEAR, RUBYE IOYCE, Hurley, N. M. Nursing BRAZIER, IOHN ROSS, San Angelo Science-Southern Methodist University BROOKS, BILL. Eldorado - Business Adrninistration-University of Mis- souri Little Theatre, Savo. BROWN, FRANK PRITCHARD. Robert Lee Engineering BROWN, ROY EDWARD, San Angelo Electrical Engineering BRUNSON, IACK WALTER, Ballinger BRUTON, WILBERT LEE, San Angelo BRYANT, BOBBY, San Angelo Optometry-University of Texas BUCHER, VERNIE DEAN, San Angelo Engineering-Texas A. 6 M. College Drakers BULGER, FOREST EDWARD, Grit BURDEN, MARY HELEN, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. BYERS, ORLANDO L., IR., Roscommon, Michigan Chemistry-University of Michigan CARTER, CHARLES FRANK, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. CARTER, ROBERT DONALD, Roby Agriculture-Texas Tech. D K .9 L CATES. MARGIE IEAN, san Angeio 4- Nursing , Lp! Nurses VW I w I .JW I 'vu' CAUDLE, BETH, san Ange1o fl' 0 A, ff MJ A Part Time Training M If ' I Jqavi iffy, Part Time Training I IV ,x 15 of 11 vg T T if , Tx V.. r, 1 fp' gf, N I, . J Hgh? PM ,-'ffcygjffl-4 i1?A'lfy,UJ9xX. If! 45 A X ,N K. 17 J ly PQ, ,yn J CHESNEY, IOHNNY, San Angelo 1,52 Mi Lf V X. :L X Engineering CHITWOOD, IOE, San Angelo Agriculture-Texas Tech. Savo, Concho Aggies. CHRISCO, S. C., San Angelo Medicine CHURCH, IACK, San Angelo Pre-MedfUniversity of Texas CLEGG, GILES, Carlsbad Electrical Engineering-Texas A. G M. College COLBY, IO ANN, San Angelo. Music Choir COLEMAN, BARBARA IO, San Angelo Texas Tech. Lambda Taus, Part Time Training. COMBS, BERNARD, San Angelo Arts and Science-University of Texas ,df w X- M ,T X ,al J ,Z f J , ' GL' V, 'lg K LP V L, n Vex H 'U 751 xxx ,,,, L fs .1 , :'.g,f. 1-' 2.: 'I . LQ 511.14-2' 1 7 B- " ' 1 T1 Fiigfg ' Iqgiiw . 1 .Ij:Fi':fZjr',, miflih. llnff 'Hjjiu . 'T' 'I U-gag. .ff-Q. ' " -1.7253 - :xiii .. T f-,. ,-, " lg '.,f5'e-.' ' ' vE"L . . A ,f'x'n'QI.2' I Z Y -. - - - 1 .Vx-, .v-k 2 " in ' - ' ' ifggfg . :?l'E...I'1.xf . , ' . .WSEE1 ' 'Q ,J-I .a5a.i,.,", , 1 -' iw- A ' . v. . ., W.. . , sv Q Ya.. , ,r If!!! if" , .ef 1 'P 4 If . fslk Ji' w"-'Lk Q ' """"f"" , 1 'ggzggfggs - 5 f ,A ' 5 'ill gg3,iiLiQ -4 . COMBS, BOBBY, San Angelo Engineering-University of Texas CONGER, DUANE, Tennyson Business Administration-University of Texas Little Theatre COOK, H. W., CTOBYD, San Angelo Engineering-Texas Tech. COOPER, DOROTHY IOYCE, San An- gelo - Speech-Texas Tech. Ram Page, Yell Leader, Little Theatre. CORASES, FRANK SAM, San Angelo Engineering CORBELL, ROBERT E., Eldorado Animal Husandry-Texas A. 6: M. Col- lege Savo, Concho Aggies. CROSS, I. L., San Angelo Electrical Engineering CUNNINGHAM, IAMES "CURLY", San Angelo Optometry DANNHEIM, WANDA MARIE. Eldorado Piano Choir DAVISS, EDWARD, San Angelo Animal Husandry-Texas A. :S M. Col- lege Drakers DEWETT, CLARENCE TOM, Paint Rock Engineering-University of Texas DOSS, GENE, Lowake University of Texas el ,,, DOUGLAS, IDA IEAN, San Angelo DOVE, BOBBY VERNON, San Angelo Business Administration DROLL, VICTOR LOUIS, Ballinger Pharmacy-University of Texas DUNNAM, IO Business Administration Part Time Training DU PREIST. HENRY THOMAS, Miles Engineering DYER, GEORGE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texa Savo DYKES, LAURA FRANCES, San Angelo Part Time Training, Phi Theta Kappa . ECONOMIDIS. GREGORY, San Angelo Business Administration ECONOMIDIS. NAG, San Angelo Iournalism-University of Missouri Savo, Little Theatre. EDRINGTON, WALTER OLDA. Business Administration Ram Ass'n EDWARDS, IAMES, Rotan Pharmacy-University of Texas ELLIS, LOWELL E., Christoval Iournalisrn-University of Texas Band s Tech Q 1 A ft Vw , 1 'vt .. 23.4.2- lfigeiihi-1'5' . ,fJ:j'..E iz" -ff: ,, Q .Qf 5 5 .:.v1.' il A X 5 'v.l'lJ,l" Q '.f , l '1'-- l"7',.4 Q1 1 H .pu l I ESCHBEBGER, IRENE, Miles Mathematics-North Texas State College EVANS, IOYE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. Cheer Leader, Most Popular Boy oi Freshman Class. EVANS, MINNIE IOE, Mertzon Business Administration-Texas State College for Women Sigma Alpha Chi FANT, SHEBRELL G., San Angelo Business Administration FABLEY, IAMES F., San Angelo Electrical Engineering-University of Texas Savo, Phi Theta Kappa. FARRINGTON. LOLITA, San Angelo Nursing Nurses FIELDS. IANELLE, San Angelo Home Economics-Southwestern University Rarnbouillet, Home Economics, Lambda Taus, Phi Theta Kappa. FILLEMAN, COSGRAVE, San Angelo Petroleum Engineering-Texas A. G M. College FLOYD. I. W., Roby Business Administration FOSTER, BETTYE, Knickerbocker Business Administration-University of Texas FOX, WESLEY, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. Savo FRANKLIN, ANNE, Bronte Home Demonstration-Sul Ross College Home Economics FRAZIER, FRANKIE, San Angelo Piano Choir, Phi Theta Kappa. GALLANT, M. F., Ballinger Pre-Law-Baylor University Little Theatre GARRY. I. G., San Angelo Petroleum Geology-Texas Tech. GENTRY, IENELLA. Ballinger Business Administration Sigma Alpha Chi GENTRY, WILLARD W., Ballinger History-Howard Payne College Ram Page, Student Council, Choir. Savo. GOETZ, IIMMIE M.. Eola X-Ray Technician GORBY, CECIL AKRON, Brownfield Iournalism-Southern Methodist University Ram Page, Savo. GORDON, LOY O., Miles Business Administration-University 'Texas Phi Theta Kappa GOTCHER, IOEL C., San Angelo Physical Education Ram Ass'n GREEN, IRA CHARLES, San Angelo Petroleum Engineering-Rice Institute GREEN, ODIS, Coleman Engineering GRIFFIN, W. L., Kermit Journalism-College of Mines Band fl' GROFF, IACK L., Water Valley Agriculture-Texas A. 6: M. College HALL, CHARLENE, San Angelo HARGROVE, BILLIE RUTH, San Angelo , Nurse-Texas University Nurses . HARRIS, BENJAMIN, San Angelo Business Administration HARRIS, JESS, San Angelo Engineering-University of Texas HARTMANN, EDGAR W., Rowena Engineering-Texas A. 62 M, College HARTMANN, PEARL, Mason Business Administration HATCHER, TCM, Kelso, Washington Business Administration-Texas Tech. Savo HENDERSON, IERRY, San Angelo Engineering HENDERSON, NAT, IB., San Angelo Petroleum Engineering Savo HENNRICK. DONALD F., Traverse City, Michi gan Chemistry-University of Texas Savo HICKMAN, IOHNNIE, Robert Lee Physical Education-Tulsa University Ram Ass'n HICKS. BARBARA, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. HINSHAW, PEGGY, Sterling City Nursing , Nurses, Phi Theta Kappa. HOFFMAN, CLARA, Ballinger Nursing Nurses HOLLADAY, LA VERA, San Angelo Home Economics-University of Texas Rambouillet, Phi Theta Kappa. HOUSTON, LAURA IEAN, San Angelo Business Adrninistration-University of Texas Phi Theta Kappa HOWELL, OSMAR B., San Angelo Business Administration-University of Texas Savo HUDSON, ROLAND BANKS, San Angelo Geology-Texas University Student Council, Most Handsome Boy. IAMES, NICK H., San Angelo Electrical Engineering-Souther Metho- dist University Choir, Drakers. IOHNSON, BARNEY, San Angelo Southern Methodist University IOHNSON. DON C., San Angelo Business Administration--Texas Tech. Savo, Part Time Training. IOHNSON, I-AMES, San Angelo Construction Engineerin -Texas A. 6. M. Col- 9 lege IOHNSTON, SAMMY, San Angelo Petroleum Engineering-Tulsa Univer- sity Student Council, Little Theatre, Savo. JONES, BILLIE IUNE, Paint Rock Nursing Nurses IONES, BILLY L., San Angelo Business Administration-University oi Texas Choir, Little Theatre, Savo. IONES, BILL, San Angelo Business Administration-Tulsa University Ram Ass'n, Best All-Around Boy oi Freshman Class JONES, MARY KATHRYN, San Angelo Rambouillet, Lambda Taus, Phi Theta Kappa. IUNGMAN, HAROLD, San Angelo Business Administration KEEL, RUBY MAE, Wall Business Administration KEISLING, BILLYE, Stanton Nursing Nurses KING, RICHARD, San Angelo Business Administration-University of ' Texas Band, Savo. KING, IOHNNY, San Angelo Iournalism-University of Missouri Ram Page, Little Theatre, Savo. KING, IONNIE MAE, San Angelo Business Administration Ramouillet, Little Theatre, Lambda Taus, Best All-Around Girl of Freshman Class. KING, RALPH GLYNN, San Angelo Business Administration KINSLEY, LADDIE FRANCIS-, San An- gelo Business Administration KIRKLAND, MARY, San Angelo Voice Choir, Sigma Alpha Chi KLEITCHES, LOUISE, San Angelo Costume Design-Texas State College for Women Home Economics KOLSTER, ANNA MAY, Arden Business Administration Phi Theta Kappa LADD, ROBERT W., Stamford Business Administration-Baylor Univer- sity Ham Ass'n LANDERS, IACK. San Angelo Engineering-Texas A. 61 M. College LAWSON. BILL. San Angelo LETT. WELDON, Ballinger Business Advertising-University of Texas Band - LEVENS. FRANK, Roby Business Administration LEWIS. BILLY IOE, San Angelo Business Administration LIEBER, IACK, San Angelo Accounting-University of Texas LINENBERGER, HUBERT, San Angelo Business Administration President of Sophomore Class, Student Council. Savo, Phi Theta Kappa. LIVINGSTON. IAMES D., San Angelo Engineering Choir, Band, Savo. mil ., gs L.-UA' -U' if .ns LLOYD, BILL A., Bronte Pharmology-University of Texas LOSOYA, OROSIA, San Angelo Business Administration LOWRANCE, BYRON, San Angelo Pre-Med-University of Texas Student Council, Student Manager, Phi Theta Kappa. LOWBANCE, HARDEE, San Angelo Pre-Med-University of Texas Z5 nci1, Savo. -so Q. ,iw LUMPKIN, 5 LEY CSTAND, Fort Worth Physical Education-Texas Wesleyan College LUTTRELL, GENE, San Angelo Speech-Southern Methodist University Student Council, Choir, Drakers, Ram Page, Student Manager. MCBURNETT, BOB, San Angelo Texas Tech. MCBURNETT, PAUL. Miles Pre-Law-University of Texas A MCDADE, NONA ESTELLE, Odessa ' ' Nurse-University of Texas l MCDONALD, C. A., San Angelo Iournalism is MCDONALD, FRANKLIN, San Angelo Science-University of Texas Choir, Little Theatre. MCDONALD, MOZELLE, San Angelo Physical Education-University of Texas MCGARR, H. I., San Angelo En ineerin -Universit ot Texas 9 Q Y o President of the Student Body, Student Council. Savo. , ' f . MCGARHJRAY, San Angelo Engineering.-University of Texas Student Council, Little Theatre, Savo. MCINTOSH, MARY, San Angelo Business Administration MCIVER, DON R., San Angelo Pharmacy-University of Texas Little Theatre, Drakers. Drill Squad. MCKENZIE, BILL. Van Horn Animal Husbandry Savo MCMAHEN, BILLY, San Angelo Mechanical Engineering-Texas A. 6. M. College MCNEELEY, DON, Melvin Chemical Engineering-University of Texas MCBEE, MABIORIE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. Little Theatre. Sigma Alpha Chi-. MCWHORTER. KELLY. San Angelo Physical Education-Texas University MAHAFF AY, R. IOE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. MANITZAS, MARIE, San Angelo Editor of the Rambouillet, Lambda Taus, Phi Theta Kappa. Q MANITZAS, TONY, San Angelo Business Administration 1,11 3- , fi' -.4 . 33' 3 -A :J v ,. ' R... ...: 3.2 1 ' 'sf' " l :ser , . .T 1 3 .F I ' L51 l .LT -:Il fag.: 55. .i,- 552 ' " ' -final Y' A-5I..,1.3,r., t I ll W., -- x X ' fi, I A as ss- sma- Wasil gwaxs ::' in was i ,W MANLEY, RUTH, San Angelo Nursing Nurses MARCELL, IACK, Odessa Business Administration Ram Ass'n MARSCHALL, CLEO MARIE, San Angelo journalism Rambouillet, Ram- Page, Lambda Taus, Vice President of the Freshman Class, Student Dis- cipline Committee, Lambda Taus Club Repre- sentative, Phi Theta Kappa. MARTIN, LEON, San Angelo Physical Education-University of Texas MARTINETS, EDWARD, San Angelo Physical Education Ram Ass'n MASSEY, GRANT, Stamford Physical Education-Baylor University Ram Ass'n MASTERSON, IOANNE, San Angelo Business Administration Phi Theta Kappa MATHENY, IACK San Angelo Medicine-University of Texas MATTISON, ANN ROSS, San Angelo Elementary Education Little Theatre MAULDIN, WANDA. Robert Lee Home Economics-Texas Tech. Home Economics MAXWELL, TED, San Angelo Mathematics-Oregon State Teachers College Band, Drakers. MEEK, EARL RAY, San Angelo Business Administration MELTON, MART, IR., San Angelo Medicine-Tulane University Savo MILBURN, LAVELLE, Brady h Elementary Education-San Marcos Academy MILLER. DOYLE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. Ram Ass'n, Captain of the Football Team. MILLER, DWAIN. Eola Pre-Med-University of Texas MILLS, H. L., IR., San Angelo Engineering MILLS, IOHN, San Angelo Engineering-Texas Tech. MILLSAP. BOBBIE Io, san Angelo Iournalism-Northwestern University Phi Theta Kappa ' MONTGOMERY. CECIL, San Angelo Agriculture-Sul Ross Savo, Concho Aggies. MONTGOMERY. TROY, San Angelo Agriculture-Sul Ross Concho Aggies MOOS, LEONARD EARL, San, Angelo Electrical Engineering-University of Texas Choir MORGAN, WILLIAM FRANK, San Angelo Electrical Engineering-University of Texas MORRIS, BETTIE, San Angelo Business Administration Little Theatre, Lambda Taus. 41' X V, - msn MORRIS, ELDEN. San Angelo MORROW, GENE, Veribest Business Administration-Unive:sity of Texas NEWMAN, ELIZABETH M., San Angelo Chemistry NUNNALLY, CLEON S., Tampa, Florida Dentistry-Pacific University, Portland, Oregon - Savo NUNNALLY, LILLIAN ELAINE, Tampa, Florida Music Education Choir OLSON, IUNE, San Angelo Music Choir O'NEAL, BENIAMIN, San Angelo Mechanical Engineering O'NEAL, PEGGE, Corsicana Iournalism-North Texas State College PACE, VIRGINIA, Christoval Business Administration PARKER, IERRY, Coleman Business Administration-Texas A. G M. College Ram Ass'n PAULEY, BOB, McCamey Business Administration Ram Ass'n PEARSON, BILL, San Angelo Business Administration--Texas Tech. Drakers PHILLIPS, IOHN D., San Angelo Engineering PINABD, DAVID, San Angelo Engineering-University of Texas PIPPIN, GERALD WALLACE, Miles Pre-Engineering PIPPIN, WILLIS EBVIN, Miles Pre-Engineering PITTMON. W. A. CBILLD. Kaufman Business Administration-Texas Christian Uni- versity Savo PRIESTER, DEWEY, San Angelo Business-University of California at Q Los Angeles ' Little Theatre PROBANDT. WILLIAM TAYLOR, San Angelo Phi Theta Kappa PROCTOR, WANDA, San Angelo Business Administration-Oklahoma University PROSISE, PAUL, San Angelo Engineering BAINEY, NAOMI, San Angelo Psychology-Texas Christian University Phi Theta Kappa RAINS, DORIS, San Angelo Business Administration Lambda Taus RAMPY, SAMMIE, San Angelo Chemistry-Rice Institute U51 r.-1 il -I-.se-.'.r:4' 4.-s. "if -'gn ,L-.1 r V W 'III ' Y LL 3 is 3 ? I " 4, 'I J' f ' ' 5 .s'n,,,"g . mfxfl I -A I 2+ 1 1 -nn 5 ri' TNC Q I. A 'ILT Lf Q . , .Y M Wai M if , is H , REED. WILLIS RAY, CSKEETERD. Tahoka Medicine Savo REESE, KENNETH VANCE, San Angelo RENKEN. ARVELLA GWYN, Miles Elementary Education-North Texas State Col lege RENNER, PERRY ALLEN CPETED, San Angelo Physical Education Ram Ass'n RICHARDS, WILLIE EUGENE, Muleshoe Engineering RICHBURG, DORIS, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas State College for Women RICKARD. IOE, San Angelo Pre-Med I Savo. Phi Theta Kappa. RIGGS, GENE, Ft. Stockton Animal Husbandry Concho Aggies RINK, WILSON B., Podunck City Dentistry-University of Texas RIPPLE, ERVIN, Paint Rock Business Administration ,7 . l, ROBERSON,fC. A., JR., veribesf Engineering-Texas Tech. ROBERTS. FORREST DONALD, San An- gelo Engineering-University of Texas ROBERTS, IOE B., Iacksboro WJ ' Business Administration W 3 ROSENTHAL, FRITZ, San Angelo . Engineering , A . ROWAN, ANNA LOUISE, San Angelo Art-Baylor University Student Council, Band Sweetheart, Lambda Taus, Sergeant-at-Arms of Freshman Class. RUDDER, LEROY B., IR., Ballinger Business Administration Savo RUNGE, ANITA, Eldorado Architecture-Texas Tech. Band RUSSELL, JACK L., Ballinger Physical Education Ram Ass'n RUSSELL, IACK LESLIE, San Angelo Business Administration-University of Texas RUTHERFORD, CLOVIS DELL. San An- qelo Texas Tech. RYAN, CLARENCE F., San Angelo Electrical Engineering . Band SALMAN, E. S., Crane Geologist-Southern Methodist Univer- sity Business Administration SARGENT. WANDA LOU. San Angelo 6 Band Q, SAWYER, ROB G., San Angelo Business Administration-Hardi.n-Sirm mons RA 65. Ar we SCHNEIDER, CHARLES LEE, Ozona Mechanical Engineering-Texas A. 61 M. Col- lege SCOGGINS, BILLY WAYNE, Ballinger Business Administration-Howard Payne College ' Ram Ass'n SCOTT, LYLE, Ft. Stockton Business Administration--Texas Christian Uni versity SHIPLEY, B. S., Valley Station, Kentucky Geology-Texas A. 6. M. College SHUTT, DONALD, San Angelo Engineering- University of Texas SIMMONS, ALTA LEE, San Angelo Physical Education-Southern Methodist University Little Theatre SKAGGS, SALLY FRANCES, Paint Rock Music Education Choir, Band, Sigma Alpha Chi. SLATE, KENNETH, Iacksboro Business Adrninistration-University of Texas SMITH, CARLTON LEWIS, Ozona Physical Education Ram Ass'n SMITH, MARILYN WAYNE, Coleman Business AdministraT1on-Hardin-Sim- , mons College Ram Ass'n SMITH, WILLIAM ELMER, San Angelo Business Administration SNYDER, IOHN A., San Angelo Business Administration SPEARS, GEORGE T., San Angelo Animal Husbandry-Texas Tech. SPECK, ADRIAN DAVID, Santa Anna Business Administration-University of Texas x SPIVEY, EVERET A., San Angelo Accounting-University of Texas Phi Theta Kappa STANFORD, LA FERN, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. Little Theatre, Sigma Alpha Chi, Drill Squad. STEWART, GEORGE W., San Angelo Agriculture-Texas A. 45. M. College Savo, Concho Aggies. STOUT, STANLEY R., Mt. Vernon, Ill. Law-University of Texas Phi Theta Kappa STROTHER, FRANCIS A., Knickerbocker Animal Husbandry-Texas A. :S M. College Concho Aggies SULLIVAN, IERRYE IANE, San Angelo Iournalisrn or Spanish-Texas Tech. Editor of the Ram Page, Rambouillet, Phi Theta Kappa, Lambda Taus. TALLEY, EDGAR RICH, San Angelo Pre-Engineering-University of Texas Phi Theta Kappa TEEL, DOROTHY, Carlsbad Physical Education-Texas Tech. Choir, Sigma Alpha Chi, Modern Choir. TEEL, SHERMAN, Carlsbad Physical Education-Texas Tech. Drakers, Basketball Club. TEEL, WILLIAM I., Carlsbad Physical Education ,Bi 1 ff g f f ' .,.. ,., Q .,.,. 1 Qt 5 FE ' A I I ,Sth I 1 ' , Tiff' " .V ,V A f H ..- I, gi ,llw , g l XX "" H lu 5 I 1 A- I ' MIL' v. J--ni N L - Lrg! TEFTELLER. NEIL. Roby Business Administration TOLLIN, RONALD, San Angelo Agriculture Concho Aggies TRIMBLE, DOROTHY N., San Angelo Education Choir TUCKER, RICHARD R., San Angelo Business Administration TUCKER, RUBERTA VERDELL, San Angelo Business Administration TUCKER, TOMMY, Odessa Business Administration TURNER. BOBBY, San Angelo Agriculture-Texas A. G M. College TYLER, ALLEN, San Angelo Chemical Engineering-University of Texas Rambouillet, Phi Theta Kappa. VERFURTH, BARBARA. San Angelo Nurses VICK, HAROLD DEAN, San Angelo Engineering-Texas Tech. VINSON, M. C., CMORTYD, Rankin Architect-University of Texas President of Ram Ass'n, Co-Captain of the Football Team. WALKER, D. I., Robert Lee Pre-Engineering WALKER, RALPH WALLIS, WILLIE HAZEL, San Angelo Iournalism WALTHALL, WAYNE, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. WARREN. lERRY, San Angelo Iournalism-Colorado Womens Colleqe Ram Page, Band. WEATHERFORD, B. R., Veribest Business Administration--University of Texas WEATHERS, LOYCE, San Angelo Iournalism-Abilene Christian College Ram Page, Student Council, Choir, Home Economics WEAVER, HARVEY, Carbon Business Administration-University of Hous- ton WELLS, BILL, San Angelo Engineering-Tulsa University Phi Theta Kappa WESTBROOK. GLENDON DUDLEY. San An- gelo Business Administration WESTBROOK, HERMAN, San Angelo Business Administration WESTBROOK. KATHRYN, San Angelo Pre-Med-Trinity University WESTER, BETTY, San Angelo Pre-Med-Texas Tech. Sigma Alpha Chi s 'H . H wmv' ' ss c Q- . l m,. r, -, pn Y-, 1:4 -, l H . fo. E5 1 K x l X QM mu A i Y F J . a, 4. . Imam 'ss . s.. H st ss as ' assi s, it 9 -ttf? ff rr v.- pi, is s s -ass WHIGHAM, BARNEY RAY, Winters Agriculture-Texas A. 6, M. College WHITAKER, EVANS, Rochelle Physical Education-Texas Christian University Ram Ass'n WHITE, ROBERT EDWARD, San Angelo Engineering WHITFIELD, HAROLD, San Angelo Engineering WHITT, WANDA LEE, San Angelo Business Administration - Phi Theta Kappa WICK, AUDREY, San Angelo Business Administration-Abilene Chris tian College Band, Little Theatre, Phi Theta Kappa. WILBANKS. ALLEN H., sun Angelo ' Voice and Music-Northwestern University Ram Page, Choir, Band, Little Theatre, Drakers WILBURN, EWELL, San Angelo Business Administration-Texas Tech. WILDE, HUBERT, San, Angelo Agriculture "'-' k Concho Aggies . WILLIAMS, IAMES PETER, San Angelo Law-University of Texas Business Manager oi the Rarnbouillet Ram Page, Theta Kappa. WILLIAMSON, KENNETH, San Angelo Electrical Engineering-University of Texas Savo, Basketball. WILLIAMSON, WAYNE, San Angelo Optometry WILLIG. BILLY WINSTON. San Angelo Mechanical Engineering-University of Texas WILLS. FREDDIE. San Angelo Business Administration WOOD. VIRGINIA LEE. Wall Business Administration WOCDS. FRED EDWIN. Ballinger Pre-Med-University of Texas WOODY. BOBBIE LOU. san Angelo Religious Education-Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity Little Theatre WORDEN. IACQUELYN, San Angelo Iournalism-Southern Methodist Univer- sity Choir. Home Economics. WRIGHT. MARGARET E., Bentonville, Arkansas Nursing Nurses WRIGHT, KENNETH, St. Iohnsbury, Vennont Business Administration-University of Ver- mont O WYNN. BILL. San Angelo ' University of Texas Ramhouillet. Phi Theta Kappa. Zf WWUJJ WY fWWi 4fZZffff I MJWWQWW if jxyiwfo ' 0061! 7Q4"'7' 'ffJf'?'fl ,JWvJ4,!'9'- WW' fM'w,,ff' Students ggrgefifig 0, ff 'WV ' MW ,ffgffnfid-year jkcqfffwf WMM. V 'T I WQ My W f L Y' A 0 531323 9447 S fzig 1 1' f ' I .4 1 A: f f K a xl Jw .5 ' fs? 9 ' 'ax -4" 4" F9 ,fi ,alan df, R 41 " A5-7 E44 X v S ARVIS. MARY. San Angelo I Business Administration ARVIS, SHEHRILL, San Angelo I Business Administration-University of Texas AUSTIN, B. C., San Angelo II Veterinary Medicine-Texas A. :S M. College BELL, BOBBIE, Rankin H Aeronautics Engineering-Texas A. 6: M. College BLACKMAN, WILLIAM, Sanatorium I Physical Education BRADBERRY, OLIVER, McCamey II Business Adrninistration-University of Texas BRAZIER, IACKIE, San Angelo I CLARK, NITA JOYCE, Welch II Home Economics DAVIS, DONNA, San Angelo II Applied Arts-Texas Tech. DRUECHKHAMMER, WALTER. San An- gelo Agronomy-Texas A. 61 M. College EMBRY,'IACK, San Angelo II Electrical Engineering FARR, IAMES. Ft. Stockton II Animal Husbandry-New Mexico A. 61-M. College FERGUSON. DOROTHY. San Angelo II Iournalism GORMAN. A. DON. Baird II Physical Education HAMMONDS, DERYLE. Morton II Mathematics KELSEY,,PATSY, San Angelo I Speech MANN. CAROL, San Angelo II Library Science-Our Lady of the Lake PURCELL, IAMES. Fife II Business Administration-University of Texas SOECHTING, DOTHARD, San Angelo II Commercial Advertising-Texas Tech. SPECIALE, PAUL, Brooklyn, New York II Physical Education TURN, ANDREW I.. San Angelo II Civil Engineering-Texas Tech. - WEAVER, L. E.. San Angelo II Engineering-University of Texas WESTBROOK. IAMES. San Angelo II Business Administration-University of Texas WHITSITT. IENNETTE, San Angelo II y- Secretarial Service-Texas Christian University I I -Sophomores II-Freshmen fF4 R . x f i v ,m ff fs N A r. .. 3134,-flegw in I . 4 . , . W .aj rd.. V In . . - "" '3 ff 'H " 11 '.'- :ff . . W , . , .1 - l ,W ! g -y, ,. ,. ,f , ' V!-fkxxxxal If . I ' ' H -- - ,-.Y A' If 1 . - . . " . L r' .. . ll f N! -!,,ua. 52 1 I ff k --,.,. - , :tx I , fm- ' HM ,H W QQ 1'f??T1 .f3- 1 39 if Y, . ' " - + F. -faq, . N, Ae .. ' ,, K, . :'.:.fi,. 3 I A .I 55.3 A I .. 3 ,IW 4 fd qgffg A is , . 'f3,4g?y:Iy?L E ' ,ft-- , ' .-Sf. ' f A gf? 1, Q' Wi' ' ' ,D id F7 W ,x 1 flff , v f is 1 ' v ,I 1, In 435 :H 'fig' Q ck X' 49 cakff W . s, , . -"' . 131. 3,1 5 1, gr 4. ,ff f - K . -I ' -f P 1 1. rf-f " ' . 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L in .L-J 4115 , x E "sf iff?-R. 'N-. xg M V - , ex L. , if Photo by Atkinson LOUISE ROWAN yi I L! x... , ff' Vi' X 1170 ff , ff' 11" M'LlvlL'ff I ,J Iv' 21' K ff' 9909 Yplb 150 9,00 xg fo'?38xO Q55 iff 'ff' f ' ,- ,A 'x f' -Xwgg 44- Q,-f--x ff QL X7 Vgfgfg, o X fy 7 f Photo by Atkinson IOANNE ARMSTRONG K i F -rw V, 354: Q ' Q-Qenff' Y wxei Ls? 157, ,T X, ,ga 1 , A X w - ,Ly . I lb. , bQ?Qf?,!,Qi Al 5. 11 if 'is9vTx6Z9'-wi PATSY AKEY Photo by Atkinson Best All-Around Girl of the Sophomore Class WALTER BRIGHT Photo by Mk Best A11-Around Boy of the Sophomore Class 5. Q mf f , , rwfmn. . I, 'L i-51' x - jg- V- '.r,w+g1 A- A rwifw w, , A , ij w. Q ' xvmwfqg-:1..,:,:v ,, A .:. , lz, A V , :.:. .:.: k B., ' W '- iff:-:F if -f" 2 .K I, V- i 5F 2 , V. , , .W . M , 4 Eff. 'ag:45f- , , 22 mlm if X51 if 'ff'-WS. 1 ' ' V f'Jh'Uw' " -1 , Photo by Atkinson JEAN IOHNSON Most Popular Girl of the Sophomore Class a nm , ' Mwfggfjffjfy .1 . :ff ' " f L? if I ' i' H .:. , , IONNIE MAE KING Photo by Am' Best A11-Around Girl of the Freshman Class W s BILL JONES Photo by Atkinson Best A11-Around Boy of the Freshman Class Wx, -Q . .f 9 ww ff., . ,, 5 'BK 1 ii , 4 4 5. as -41- dr QL mb Yea-aaa-team-fight-Backing the football team this year were the five yell leaders, two from each class and one head leader. Pausing after a brief work- out are Sophomore Suzanne Davis, Freshman Ioye Evans, Sophomore Ly- vonda Hoffman Chead leaderD, Sophomore Roerner Hudler, and Freshman Dorothy Cooper. S8 ii Ek E k xr . mme , . . fa sf rr a u 9 E b tr mf., H wus. I Y f o 9 t nr r K wg were x ml B1 , , aft nr Hrnmf w-ras ::- farms , ,H Q L,m,E,E, ,.,r. ,,wrrrwu,, , ny- .-,. . artists Qpvrz - Eine , W, ., W, ' is . :, .... 1 y ' fi i.t Yi H Q H, , . f y,. z. mn m.r,-. la? as WHEN!-!ff x Band Favorites-Marching out in front of the Ram Band this year were Majorette Jerry Warren, Drum Major W. Lg Griffin, Sweetheart Louise Rowan, and Majorette Doris Barron. ET H -5,53 ,ww iigbl ENV. ,, f -W 1947 W N 'X 0' oo ,fvkf xy 4 Q QQ' Qqf Q-LCP! VH IJONX X v On 1 I 1 -,HUP 'L if ,,. A' " ' ' ,' if Ziiifi is N x 1- , ' .. . 1 X ' .-""1 " - nl! X ff '. ' . ' . I . 'I w U ku 612 , 1 A ' nl -Q f Af .r X , ., , ,v ., - ,'.1f4' , . 71,75 '-.J ., ' v ei' ..f. I' 7, 5,1 gf:-fl. 1, fffiifi' I " !,.3:'c'1n' 'QKTYU' 1 f X' w e !V X X O tl X. J 1 , 1- Q - if -:- ...-. . . -'-3: :"1" ww, .Lug f 515' -,-,yu vi? 5 K 5 I' f.d'41-2s.'v-LM ff- -M' -mu? -sx Hp! . I i afxuk U mam - 1 . --I 23 I i 'f s . r . L ' L N . f Q, -A ' .1 ff 5 4 , .V X . 1' ' W 42,7 Q X -38 ..-Z 'cw ? -gg ii 11 "F T ' 5 I V , I1 ' :Q ve ll .N 1 1 K 9957! I 5 ' 1 4 ' ' , , Q I AM A ii H il- ff' YJ 3 1 ' -f 1, 11 .. A.. g v"Cz-'1.,uf Ha:--,.'x-,,'.:' "Y BAM P465 sou nnesza BEAUTIES' Class fnv 175.7 " rw lf2llElli1'laEll5l'l2U8If,15,5j?5,'jJ H5332 Agnanwf S-1 5 ...Z".."'- R915 -Qfifgf-:T .:"f ' I2- 2:'E'5.-...- 'ra '12 EE? 'Yiiifii r: :--:.--. -'rr-12"-?-f" -E31 .::' -'+-""-f-"" 1 :F "--"'. sac fvvnvmrfvr -:f-E.: E--Q SIQ. .S-rzfatwlb' - gif: 'S-59: i...fi '-L: diff, SAN ANGELO COLLEGE T CHORUS ..... c -s ww.. . Offdeeu President+Iune Olson Vice-President-Ann Horton Secretary-Treasurer-Dorothy Trimble Reporter-Ann Horton Librarian-Io Ann Colby Wardrobe Custodian-fPatsy Akey Sponsor-lack Swartz SAC Chorus has always been one of the most popular organizations on the campus because of the many public appearances made before school groups, service clubs, and other civic groups. Highlight of the Chorus' activities is the annual spring tour to surrounding towns of West Texas. Membership is open to all SAC students and credits are offered toward graduation. I Wlemdna Patsy Akey Ann Horton Evelyn Nettleton Don Albright Dorothy Anderson Elizabeth Barkley Barbara Bowers Io Ann Colby Bill Collins Donna Davis Frankie Frazier Willard Gentry Don Gholston Nick Iames B. L. Iones Mary Kirkland lane Leslie Iames Livingston Gene Luttrell Frank MacDonald Carol Mann Mac Martin Earl Moos Lillian Nunnally Iune Olson Lucile Phillips Doreen Skaggs Sally Frances Skaggs Dorothy Teel Dorothy Trimble Loyce Weathers Allen Wilbanks Iacquelyn Worden QCTET Wlemleu Iames Livingston-Tenor Don Gholston-Tenor Frances Skaggs-Alto Ann Horton-Soprano 'Willard Gentry-Bass A Mac Martin-Bass Dorothy Anderson-Soprano Io Ann Colby-Alto Doreen Skaggs-Pianist lack Swartz-Director The SAC Octet was first organized in September of this year with two main purposes in mind-to furnish short programs for civic clubs and ban- quets where a chorus would be too large and to specialize in popular songs. They have presented several special programs for service clubs and over the radio. They have also made a trip to Sonora. Members are selected by audition only. coNcHo AGGIES Ogdau lst SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER President-W. Cary Seale President-Ioe B. Chitwood Vice-President-Marvin O. Shafer Vice-President-Cecil Montgomery Secretary-Treasurer-R. B. Bennett Secretary-Treasurer-R. B. Bennett Sergeant-at-Arms-Harvey McMeans Sergeant-at-Arms-Harvey McMeans Reporter-George T. Spears Reporter-George T. Spears Sponsor-George A. Bond The Concho Aggies was first organized in November 1946 to provide recreational activities for SAC students who are taking agricultural courses. They have a weekly meeting as well as at least one party or barbecue each term. The membership is limited to students engaged in Agricultural training. 77iemde-za Billy Austin Edward Ray McDonald Curtiss Barron William McKenzie R. B. Bennett Cecil Montgomery Bill Bollinger Troy Montgomery Ioe Chitwood M. G. Riggs Robert Corbell George Stewart Walter Drueckhamrner Francis Strother Edwin Garner Bobby Turner Iames Griffin V Barney Ray Whigham Iack Groff Hubert Wilde George Iackson Marvin Worsham fg'fFP 'UZ ff7""4 . , 1- . 'N DRAKERS C O1 E .-- . if lst SEMESTER President-Bill Schleyer Uffdoeu 2nd SEMESTER President-Don Gholston Vice-President-Eddie Daviss Vice-President-Ted Maxwell Secretary-Treasurer-Don Gholston Secretary-Treasurer-Allen Wilbanks Sergeantat-Arms-Foy Aldrich Sergeantat-Arms-Nick Iames Sponsors-L. T. Bare, B. L. Wolfe The Order of the Drakers was first organized in 1939 with the following five cardinal principles: truth, fellowship, loyalty, brotherhood, and success. Drakers are also encouraged to take part in extra-curricular activities, and consequently they represent their school in almost every branch oi col- lege life. They have taken part in the social'life of SAC. On December l7 they sponsored the "Pigskin Shuffle", and on Ianuary 30 entertained with a "Gay Nineties Tavern Dance." The ment Dance on Iune 2. Foy Aldrich V. D. Bucher Bill Collins Eddie Daviss Don Gholston Nick Iames Gene Luttrell chapter climaxed its activities with a Commence- Wlcmdeza Don Mclver Lonnie Martin Ted Maxwell Bill Pearson Kenneth Tucker Allen Wilbanks arm? Second Semester Stooges - Drakers have chosen seven siooges. They are Bill Lawson. Byron Lowrance, Charles Schneider, Freddie Woods, Kelly McWhorter, cmd Donald Robers- ton. Not pictured is Tony Manitzas. all , HOME ECONOMICS N-' Offfam President-Fanchone Iordan Vice-President-Janelle Fields Secretary-Billie Arthur . Treasurer-Evelyn Nettleton Reporter-lane Leslie Parliamentaricm-Mrs. Alford Matthews Sponsor-Mrs. Marl A. Westerman The Homemaking Club of SAC was organized October 15, 1946. It is affiliated with the American Home Economics Association and the T. H. E. A. The club had four purposes on organizing. These were to train for leader- ship, to further interest in Home Economics as a career, to develop executive ability and social poise, and to maintain social activities for the members. Its motto is "Strong in will to strive, to seek, to find." The chapter sponsored the Red Cross Drive and helped to fill Red CIOSS boxes- It Sponsored Q "charm school" in the Spring. Wfenndeu lane Leslie Mrs. Alford Matthews Wanda Mauldin Evelyn Nettleton Nancy Norman Loyce Weathers Iacquelyn Worden Louise Wright Dorothy Straka Mary Arvin Billie Arthur Dorothy Eschberger Ianelle Fields Ann Franklin Lyvonda Hoffman Doris Hudson Fanchone Jordan Louise Kleitches f PART TIME TRAINING 'f Offdaeu Presrdent Don C Iohnson Vrce Preszdent B1111e Boker Secretary Lcxurcr Dykes Treasurer Glendon Westbrook Reporter Scrmmxe Io Dunnam Sponsors L K Kxnsey, A. C. White The SAC Pc1rtT1me Co-op class was organized for port-time trcnmng stu dents so that they m1ght d1scuss the1r problems as vocational students Its motto IS PCIIIGDCG cmd fortltude and their colors are royal blue and Wfemdna Laura Dykes Don C. Iohnson Marvin Shafer Som C. Thorne, Ir. Glendon Westbrook LAMBDA TAUS t Uafffkm c lst SEMESTER President-lean Iohnson Vice-President-Ramona Box Secretary-Jane Leslie Treasurer-Darlyne Cope Historian-Allie Lackey Reporter-Nancy Norman 2nd SEMESTER President-Patsy Akey Vice-President-Louise Rowan Secretary-Ionnie Mae King Treasurer-Mary Kathryn Jones Historian-Nancy Norman Reporter-Barbara Coleman Parliamentarian-Mary Beth Baker Parliamentarian-Fanchone Iordan Sponsor-Miss Stella Cobb The Lambda Tau Sorority was first organized inthe' fall of 1940 and became affiliated with SAC on October 21, 1941. The purpose of the organization is to be outstanding in qualities of personality and campus leadership. Membership is limited to thirty. and each girl is elected unanimously It has been customary for Lambda Taus to sponsor two teas each year-one in the spring for San Angelo High School senior girls, and one in the fall honoring SAC girls Whmhu Ianelle Fields Ann Horton Doris Hudson lean Iohnson Mary Kathryn Iones Fanchone Iordan May Keys Ionnie Mae King Allie Lackey Patsy Akey lean Armstrong Ioanne Armstrong Mary Beth Baker Doris Barron Ramona Box Barbara Coleman Darlyne Cope Susie Davis lane Leslie Marie Manitzas Cleo Marie Marschall Kathy McCarrol Allen Bettie Morris Nancy Norman Doris Rains" Louise Rowan lane Sullivan W. :::-A.. A .,. S . 5: . -mga, wif A 1-svn-w fx aww H M .mx -A K a Q Tai WW, .iagags fm, Aa 1' .QW ,Au , ..: ,. is my X X. x X K.,-1-. . :.: QW W kygg. '53 mf Y ss .www inf- Mif' .w. .5 may M -X, :jfs-:-,w.,nf I V-. 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Us ln Wlemlew PHI THETA KAPPA l V: Q-43' as Y- - .Q .. , mmf' 'ff .- Mm -1191411 .55 www rf! Offaeca President-Don Gholston Vice-President-Barbara Eclcles Secretary-Dorothy Anderson Treasurer-Lucile Phillips Sponsors-Mrs. B. R. LaMance, H. Bright Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society among the junior colleges of the United States and its primary objects are to promote scholarship, to develop character. and to cul- tivate fellowship. Membership is limited to those who rank in scholarship among the highest ten per cent of the student body. The local Beta Chapter was charted in 1931. Phi, Theta. and Kappa are the initials of Greek words which mean wisdom, aspiration, and purity. Patsy Akey Don Albright Lois Pauline Allen Francis Alley Dorothy Anderson Sam Archer Mary Beth Baker Sara Bond Ramona Box Rufus H. Burke Laura Dykes Barbara Eckles Iames Farley Barbara Fenton Ianelle Fields Walton Foster Frankie Frazier Don Gholston Loy Gordon l. L. Hall Peggy Hinshaw La Vera Hollaclay lean Houston lean Iohnson Leotis Iones Mary K. Iones Anna May Kolster Arlyne Linenberger Hubert Linenberger Byron Lowrance Marie Manitzas Cleo Marie Marsohall Ioanne Masterson Bobbie Millsap Louise Petty Lucile Phillips Bill Probandt Naomi Rainey Ioe Rickard Evert Spivey Stanley Stout Iane Sullivan Edgar Talley Allen Tyler Bill Wells Wanda Whitt Audrey Wick I. A. Wiebelt Pete Williams Bill Wynn ..l, l.-. STUDENT COUNCIL as sms sm., -use :sr y V . x Ofgazeu President-Hal McGarr Vice-President-Gerald Austin Secretary-Louise Rowan Treasurer-Willard Gentry Sponsors- Mrs. Madeline Berry, P. E. Smith. Bill Chambers , A Governing body of SAC is the Student Council. It is composed of four representatives elected from the sophomore class, four from the freshman class, the president of each class. and the president of the student body. who presides as president of the council. The council oversees the various committees, plans socials for the entire college, and otherwise unities the student body. Main work of the group this year has been writing a new constitution for the school. Wtepnku ' Gerald A. Austin Hubert Linenberger Ramona Box Byron Lowrance Willard Gentry Hcrrdee Lowrance lean Iohnson Gene Luttrell Sammy Iohnston Hal McGarr Leotis Iones Doris Richburg Louise Rowan ' Whalen MERCY ANGELS t Wg Offdceu President-Polly Allen Vice-President-Lolita Farrington Secretary-Doris Garrett Treasurer-Billie Clifton Reporter-Ruth Manley Student Council Representative-Hattie Bell Burkett Sponsor-Mrs. Maxine Brown. B. N. "The Nightingale Pledge" "I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly: To pass my life in purity and to practice my profession -faithfully. V "I will abstain from what ever is deleterious and mischievous, and will not take or know- ingly administer any harmful drug. Q "I will do all in my power to elevate the standard of my profession, and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming to rny knowledge in the practice of my profession. With loyalty will I endeavor to aid the phy- sician in his work, and devote myself to the welfare of those committed to my care."' Mercy Angels was organized on October 15, 1946. Its purpose is to unify the Pre-Clin- ical Class of 1946. . Polly Allen Katherine Bailey Evelyn Baker Ioyce Brashear Hattie Bell Burkett Billie I. Clifton Lolita Farrington Doris Garrett Peggy Hinshaw Clara Hoffman Billie I. Iones Billie Keisling Ruth Manley Nona McDade Aline Nations Barbara, Verfurth Albertine Webb Margaret Wright E ff' 'Sf' - , ,, ,, ..,fa. x..-Q55-EJ!- 4 4- RAM ASSOCIATION Bei! Ogydaeu President-Morty Vinson Foreman-Bill Jones Sponsor-P. R. Sikes The Ram Association, composed of all men who have lettered in one or more of the five sports sponsored by the Texas Iunior College Athletic Conference, was re-organized again this year by Coach P. R. Sikes after four years of inactivity. A The main purpose of this organization is to promote fellowship among the football, bas- ketball, tennis, track, and golf lettermen. This association sponsors several school functions throughout the year. It also promotes unity among those interested in athletics. Wfemdeza L. C. Abbott Cecil Adams Bernard Adkins Sam Barrett R. B. Bennett Iames Bird Ervin Blackman Iames Clay Walter Edrington Ralph Ellis Mason Gorby I. C. Gotcher Harold Hartman Iohnnie Hickman George Iackson Barney Iohnson Bill Iones Bob Ladd lack Marcell Doyle Miller' Grant Massey Edward Martinets Clovis Olsak Ierry Parker Bob Pauley Milton Rathbone Pete Benner Dick Rhodes lack Leonard Russell lack Leslie Russell Bill Schleyer Carlton Smith Marlin Smith Sherman Teel W. I. Teel Morty Vinson Blossom Watson Evans Whitaker an ,-q.g,,:N', , "-X S+' ff QE. -..-f 4- mntfi 2533 x ' '-xx? .N,, , ix 1 C ,gfiwl-?' A if 7'5'+""L1 . ' gi wg., 3 . 3 FGM H L A , . 11 5,3-:mm 'www M .S-5 'fllpl I-fl ll ll, fr if: TI-IE RAMBOUILLET THE RAMBOUILLET STAFF Editor-Marie Manitzas Sports Editors-James Howard Bird and Clovis Assistant Editor-Kyle Boatright Olsak Business Manager-Pete Williams Feature Editor-Cissy Marschall Assistant Business Manager-Bill Wynn Art Editor-La Vera Holladay Literary Editor-lane Sullivan Calendar-Joanne Masterson Organization Editors-lanelle Fields and Edgar Photographer-Allen Tyler Armstrong Assistants: Louise Kleitches Nick Alexander lane Leslie Ramona Box Sammy Rampy Dot Cooper Doris Richburg Akron Gorby Anita Runge lean Iohnson . Gilbert Sanders Ierry Iohnson Cookie Williams Kaki Iones Iacquelyn Worden May Keys Sponsor-Mrs. Marl A. Westerman SAC put out its first yearbook in 1941. In putting it out, the staff hoped to give the stu- dents of San Angelo College a "lingering link" with their Alma Mater. To say that it was easy putting out this 1947 Hambouillet would be a rank prevarication. lust like all other businesses, putting out an annual has its snags, its problems, and its times when the editors and staff members were ready to pull out their hair, scream, and bolt the doors for good! The staff raises its tear-stained but proud faces and gives you your 1947 Rambouillet. Don't tell us about the bountiful mistakes you have found. We already know that there are pictures that were left out, and others in that should have been left out. You may even run across a name or two that are misspelled. Anyway, we've had a wonderful time composing your yearbook, and we sincerely hope that in the years to come you'1l have just as good a time thumbing through it. THE STAFF OF '47 Bw Ant --'ig - L14 ta A .25 SQ 52,5 .. -.4 - 4 t --':' .-lv, A .r- A - -g - ' ' M, . . .efxilia " ' - - ' ' The Ram Page 1 Official publication of San Angelo Iunior College, San Angelo Texas. Published by the Students' Association of the college. 4' Editor .......... .............. ................. I a ne Sullivan Assistant Editor . .. ................... Akron Gorby Make-Up Editors . . . .... Bill Probandt and Doris Hudson Business Manager ........................................................ Don Albright Reporters ............ Ramona Box, lean Iohnson, Cleo Marie Marschall, Gerald Austin, Kenneth Reese, Gilbert Sanders, Louise Petty, Lyvonda Hoffman, Fanchone Iordan, u Loyce Weathers, Allen Wilbankz, Iohnny King, Dorothy Cooper, Doris Richburg, Willard Gentry, Lucile Phillips, Country Olsak, Sammie Rampy, and Ed Armstrong. Adviser ................................................................. Bill Chambers The Ram Page, official publication ,of SAC, is published every two weeks by the Stu- dents' Association. , It acts as a medium of expression for the entire school through its editorials. news items, and feature columns to keep students up-to-date on campus activities, and helps to increase our appreciation of the many features of our college life. mfr S- Y...- " QE I SAVO 10556614 lst SEMESTER Commanding Officer-Hal McGarr Executive Officer-W. A. Pittman Adjutant Officer-Ierry Iohnson Financial Officer-Harold Iungman Sky Pilot-Osmar Howell Public Relations Officer-Gerald Austin 2nd SEMESTER Commanding Oiticer- Ioe Chitwood Executive Officer-Wesley Fox Adjutant Officer-Boots Corbell Financial Officer-Eldon Montgomery Sky Pilot-Hal McGarr ' Public Relations Officer-Gerald Austin The San Angelo Veterans Organization was organized in 1945. The purposes of SAVO are to promote members' mutual benefits under the Serviceman's Re-adjustment Act, Dated 1940: to promote social and recreational activities for veterans attending the college: and to insure the best possible understanding between the individual students of San Angelo College. Active membership of the organization is limited to veterans regularly enrolled in SAC. Wfcmhu lack Allard Willard Gentry Edward McDonald Bill Allen Ira Green Hal McGarr Gerald Austin Iames Bird William Brooks lack Brunson Ioe Chitwood Iames Clement Robert Corbell A. I. Davidson Nag Economidis n Iames Farley Iohn Fox Tom Hatcher Osmar Howell Don Iohnson Ierry Iohnson Sammy Iohnston Sam lones Harold Iungman Iohn King Hubert Linenberger Hardee Lowrance C. A. McDonald Ray McGarr Bill McKenzie Mart Melton Cecil Montgomery Wendell Neeley Cleon Nunnally W. A. Pittman W. R. Reed Ioe Rickard Leroy Rudder Marcus Taylor -1 4 ms g 3 Z ss ss n mms.: W 1,-gem 5.1 1, ,, any www A wr 1 -32' ' -sw z sf m M N 1, 511:- 1.- N y...g.,:, ,EQ 13' f3Qi23:'zf wh' zegsmppgg' ,MJ , , n. E N M Q, fl 1, .,-ww, Q. fa ff wa sa X 41 L. ,, K as wx Mya vw wif 17 M. I, . . ,, , . 4 5' , Y. A, - " -err-Y.,.j ,xxww ,- ' + Q .jemj 4 W mm , M. -as mama mum w +5- - . w,- W .--'lea . xx. 1 ,,,, . . V 77levn4n4 pledged SIGMA ALPHA CHIS U Uffiaeu President-Louise Wright First Vice-President-Leotis Jones Second Vice-President-La Fern Stanford Secretary-Arlyne Linenberger Treasurer-Barbara Eckles Reporter-Louise Petty Parliamentarian-Minnie Io Evans Editor of THE RAMBLER-La Fern Stanford Assistant Editor-Elizabeth Barkley The Sigma Alpha Chi was first organized in 1943 with 15 members. The purpose of this club is to promote friendliness, education, culture and social relations within the club and the school. Sigma Alpha Chi sponsors dances and parties for the student body. participates in all college functions. and endeavors to uphold the highest standards of scholarship. One meeting each month is devoted to an educational program. As a special project this year, Sigma Alpha Chis are sponsoring the publication of THE RAMBLER. a magazine containing the literary efforts of SAC students. 4 Billie Baker Barbara Eckles Io Evans Betty Foster Elizabeth Foster Lyvonda Hoffman Leotis Iones Mary Kirkland ' Arlyne Linenberger Louise Petty La Fern Stanford Louise Wright Elizabeth Barkley Ianette Bowmer Beth Caudle Ann Franklin Wanda Lou Sargent Katherine Westbrook Bobbie Lou Woody 'v H . . SS -Q sms" si X5 5.2. , ,sv W as ,, .. B, if . Hg :Sn seam nm sk -' E , , i 19531 x . , A -4 g Y we '--' ll X ,A Q 1 I 9 5 Q ,4 i '11 fl ,- 1 E 'wi H 1 Q' 4 1 1 , gl 1 A 2 trggr . 1 it 1 '4 " "4 , l xv, E-Sq '-it-1 Ya its U '13 1 5 fl 5 L... ,Tha in Q5 , . is ' -'sa Q J if --v' ,. 4 TQS. 5 ,s 1, sn. H- , ' . il' .Tv .JJ-1- A , We - - 'sv rd --'A Come with me- Sorority Sisters. A lil' pledge It was just a neigh- borhood dance- Sigma Alpha Chi Beau Sigma Alphas Three Waltz Me Around Die, Pledge! It's Sno' Cold! Place for gay times. A nest at rest LITTLE THEATRE dffdwu lst SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER President-Ray McGarr - President-Duane Conger Vice-President-Duane Conger Vice-President-Bill Allen Secretary-Roy lean Bond Secretary-Ionnie Mae King T reasurer-Ionnie Mae King Treasurer-May Keys Publicity Director-La Fern Stanford Publicity Director-Leotis Iones Sergeant-at-Arms-Sam Iones Sergeant-at-Arms-Sam Iones Stage Manager-Gilbert Sanders Stage Manager-Gilbert Sanders Sponsor-W. L. Ardis Open to all students who are interested in dramatics, the SAC Little Theatre was organ- ized in 1946 by a group of students desiring to promote interest in the production of dramatics. Under the direction of Mr. W. L. Ardis, it sponsors all theatrical activities of the college. There were three short plays presented by this department. Set in the death row of a penitentiary, "Afraid of the Dark," a serious drama, was presented in assembly November 20. A short sketch entitled "If Men Played Cards as Women Do," was presented October 15 in assembly. Directed and produced entirely by students, "At the Inn." was the assembly pro- gram December 2O. Gilbert Sanders directed the play and the stage settings. Major productions were "The Hasty Heart" presented February 13-14 in the SAC audi- torium and "The Man Who Came to Dinner" presented April 24-25. Proceeds of the latter went towards the development ot the new college auditorium. Bill Allen Roy lean Bond Duane Conger Dorothy Cooper M. F. Gallant Nick Iames Sammie Iohnston Leotis Iones Patsy Kelsey Wlemhu May Keys Iohn King Ionnie Mae King Allie Lackey lane Leslie Ioanne Masterson Ray McGarr Don Mclver Bettie Morris Dewey Priester Kenneth Reese Gilbert Sanders La Fern Stanford Alta Lee Simmons Audrey Wick Allen Wilbanks 'Ls th? IU 1 , he Scotch benea S Cr Iittle close I r. 1 "The Hasty Heart," three-act comedy and first major production of the Little Theatre, in- cluded in the cast Duane Conger, Patsy Kel- sey, Dewey Priester, Nick Iames, M. F. Gallant, Don Albright, and Ioe Chitwood. ' Gilbert Sanders, stage manager, and his assistants Anita Runge and Lynn Stewart constructed the sets. Get the point! I ! !! "Harriet Sedley took an crxe " THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" If you do - - - I shall spit right in your eye ' 1 L ,I I x 'P' ll I ,mrs- 1.1, A 11 N1 ,. DQS?-3 wif X3 Q bf Si, u-1' ' 7 C KG? IW M xg-aihtfy' -,X 9. '1- 1 Q Q52-Y-MW 'irq .gp 53 231 't 1:1 '- IJ' sift" I v1 N ,- fs .J . ff A 5'-ri 'z WW ,7 '- I HL- .i 'I X! 1,9 MEET f'2 191449007 THE 1946 BAMS ar QM, me Q Q if - M M 3 rf ,tems V .iiiwrmfw ,-, ,ii www ' " A 'X B: f tic . Sw-5 Qi rm' f' , :wp 1, M. , r ,mm , M . A ,, by Am,.,,t, I w I .. ,-.. x. W 7 . 1 : I "' f in "A Y 41. W I "1 YA" .V , Starting the season with material of unknown caliber and coping with equipment shortages, Coach Pete Sikes and his assistants led the 1946 Rams through a successful season of seven wins and three losses. In Texas Iunior College Athletic Conference play, the Rams captured second place honors. Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams Rams Likable and very business-like at all times is our head coach-P. R. Sikes. "Peter Rabbit" coached for three years at Nederland, Texas. He then went to Bonham High for a year. In 1938 he came to SAC for the first time. After serving for three years as a Lt. in the Navy, he has returned to be head coach here. 'Non-Conference Game ' 1946 Season Record 7. Sul Ross 18 27, Paris 6 13, Lamar , 7 13, Schreiner 0 8. Hardin 13 27, Hillsboro 0 18, Iohn Tarleton O 26, North Texas 14 6, Kilgore 7 65, Decateur Baptist 0 "Leave us go, men of Notn Dame," when SAC students hear th? battle cry they know to expect I diana's gift to Texas, Coach Fleming. This lean and long bask ball and football coach hails fro Hammond, Indiana. Before heading west, Mr. Flemi held the position of Head Basketba Coach and Assistant Football Coa at St. EdWard's University for fi years. Then came the war and M Fleming joined the Navy where held the rank of Lt. Commander. DOYLE MILLER Captain '46 - Guard is another one of those guards who is always drift' through the opponent's line fouling up their plays. Doyle d that he was no ghost when 80 pounds?-hit'-the ,ball carrier. as a two ' eai' 'letterman at San ,- e. .-'..- .ff lo Senior Higl'r'QSiChool. t . A ,R pp - A L J A El it I BERNARD ADKINS Guard is the toughest and hard- itting guard in the squad. He ys kept the opposing team sing. Bernie lettered two years n Angelo Senior High School. LETTERMEN CECII. ADAMS Back "Sonny" played as utility back for the Rams this year. He was con- sidered as one of the best defensive men on the squad. Sonny lettered four years at Mertzon High School before coming to San Angelo Col- lege. WM' ,,!4WW, lf- MOBTY VINSON Captain '47 - Tackle Playing ball with the Rams is nothing new to Morty. He lettered with them in 1941 before he went into the Marines. Marty was one of the most rugged tackles on 5 the squad this year. The Rams were glad to have him back after all these years. ' - JAMES CLAY Tackle "Blind Tom" did not get to play much the latter part of the season because of an injured back. Al- though injured, he proved that he could still dish out more than the opponents could take and take more than they could dish out. James is a former letterman of Odessa High School. SAM BARRETT Guard A former letterman of Lake View High School, Sam displayed his ability as a good blocker on offense and a good tackler on defense. "Sambo's" effective use of his 175 pounds was a great asset to the Rams this year. 1 t t WALTER EDRINGTON. Tackle "Bugs," 6'1", 190 pounds, is for- merly a two year letterman from Odessa High School. Bugs played his first year for San Angelo College at right tackle. Good at both block- ing and tackling. he likes it best when the going gets good and rough. l. C. GOTCHER End This tall, lanky fellow is a grad- uate and former letterman of San Angelo High School. "Goat," as he likes to be called, played end for San Angelo College this year. This is his first season with the Barns. He is noted for his pass receiving ability and hard blocking. is BILL IONES End Although this tall fellow started late in the season, he was consid- ered as one of the best ball hawks in the conference. Bill's natural abil- ity to catch the ball cost the oppos- ing teams many valuable yards. Bill was a two year letterman at San Angelo Senior High School. Jaime I' -Q av. in it - . - s V gli? MASON GORBY End Mason Gorby, known to all students as "Mace", came to Angelo College from Overton School where he lettered I years. Although laid up the part of the season with an in' shoulder, Mace proved his abil? hold down that left end positio tg.. 5 .fs WWA A X YH: iiis f: H ' mi is E mg'- H .inn IOHNNY HICKMAN Halfback Johnnie, a three year lettennan of Robert Lee High School, displayed his ability as a good back when he would rack up those much needed yards. Iohnnie was one of the top yard gainers in the Texas Iunior Col- lege Conference. We hope to see him on the gridiron with us next year. ,,, :nv ' f ' tt? su q '- . L ' Q rw ERN H H ,M 4 ,Q . .. 2, is-15 ke.: if sr? wi .1 m . . 1 "XE EJ. it? 1 , 'J ,- 4, .ii .-Sw T a ,I t ELT? iw. 2' Q' -is-'L ,'l ' ll- . g,'f':'55ff' ' 5-gf -- , Mr. ' we' . .,., 1 y . , dwg BARNEY IOHNSON Back Barney was not a regular but has natural ability to run pass the ball proved to be valu to the Rams when the going rough. ste BOB LADD Tackle Bob was the biggest m-an on the ad this year. With 235 pounds to ck him up, "Beefy" was always le to blast a hole in the line for se fleet-footed backs. Ladd is a terman of Stamford High School. GRANT MASSEY Guard laying as utility lineman, Grant s outstanding at both defensive offensive playing. His hard cking and tackling gave the op- ents plenty to worry about. Grant a former letterman of Stamford h School. EDDIE MARTINETS Back Although hampered by an injured knee, Eddie did not slow up. He was one of the fastest men on the squad, and he used his speed to gain many valuable yards. His natural ability-to run was a great asset to the Rams. He lettered two years at San Angelo Senior High School. Al. IACK MARCELL , Center , lack, alternating with Scoggins and Smith at center, proved to be a valuable line backer on defense. He is a former letterman of Odessa High -School. Iack's specialty is tackling. r ,fs A ' 33,5 IERRY PARKER End Ierry's uncanny skill at catching a pass made him one of the out- standing ends of the season. He also showed excellent form in his block- ing and was especially good on de- fense. Ierry is a letterman from Cole- man High School. is-4. CLOVIS OLSAK ' Back "Country" was one of the power- house backs that pushed the Rams to their victories. When the 190 pounder. "Country", ran with the ball, he ran over all that got in the way. Clovis lettered only one year at San Angelo Senior High. He was outstanding on defense. BOB PAULEY End Hindered by a bad knee injury at the beginning of the season. "Doc" did not get to see much action this fall. The time that Bob was in a game proved to be pure misery for his opponents. He lettered three years at McCamey High School before entering San Angelo College. IACK RUSSELL Back This little scatback was noted for his broken field running. Although being a lightweight, "Iackie" was the hardest tackler on the team. Iackie was a three year letterman of Ballinger High School before en- tering San Angelo College. PETE RENNER End One of the starters in early part of the season, Pete showed the fans how a good end should catch the ball. Not only was Pete a good end, but he also excelled at blocking and running the ball. Q- ' . F B It ,H ' I f I , ' n .H gel fl '1,F"lt '15 Tiff yi' 'ik I , A gm, 'iw'-gl " C fm 457 ,1"'f 'Q - ' Har A - f-f t-. - ..: 1 4' W Qt.: "- m "G, j -D In ' za ,' ,, sniwg, 'Q' E. --.W .git EU? 5.3 5 , ' ,X ',' '-vs N fr :L E its . , a . A- is-. C 'B VM. ' '- ., , Q' .y X Y A . A 3 . P . ' s f I MILTON RATHBONE Quarterback Milton was voted the best pas and the most valuable player in Texas Iunior College Conference t year. Not only a smart quarterba "Abbie" was a broken field run when he had to be. The ,team jr seemed to work when "Abbie" vw in there. He lettered four years San Angelo High School. r I CARLTON SMITH Center Although "Birdlegs" was the smallest line man, he proved very valuable on the defense. To Smith, "the bigger they corne the harder they fall." We will be looking for Smith to be back with us next year. 1 1 BILL SCHLEYER I Guard This husky fellow will probaf be remembered for his grit and termination to slash through the 111 Bill's defensive playing made . one of the best. He is a former letterman of S Angelo Senior High. I sift" KR f . MELVIN WATSON Back "Blossom" did not play much the last part. of the season because of Y fix, Y H, W -G 1 can injuredfelbow.'Being one of the .,,.g--gf-K 1' startersiqirn,-the earlier part of the 5 ' ,- Vx ,- l seasohf.-Blossom proved his ability I E - . ' . to carry theball and gain yardage. f I. ,Qi 'ff 1335?-' ii - He lettered two years at Kermit High , it 'l S h l. .-- ' lf W fl ' 'A -' Hif- . .tg I g X :fa '-11 iff- MARLIN SMITH f TOMMY TUCKER Fullback ' ! Guard Imitiyf' Ct f0r1'1'1eI Coleman lei- I K -X A This short, stout fellow was one of GH. WGS 0116 of 1119 hCf1'C19St dfiv' S713 N' " "3 the most aggressive players on the and lackling fullbcrcks in the 2? mfg A . squad. Tommy displayed great abil- Irs Iunior College Conference- 2: ity as a blocker and line backer. He ty's driving ability QCIVG the V pn lettered at Odessa High School. I: those rnuch needed first A .- s. ,., - ii an 1 v .I- M W B ig 1 -agl - . -,A I A A.,-k.,.,N?E .. : -, . kt-zgmsw . sis- ,I is H.: ns' f ' ' mn , - .' at 71:21, J ' T' .-' 1: . -.:. 'ff if . if - t '..g , E A fir--: H 1- j . EVANS WHITAKER nched early in the season with njured hip which prevented him seeing much action with the s, Evans cheered his team on 'ctory. hitaker" is a former letterman ochelle High School. 7 we is S8 3 -:- , I is -:-': 1 --fs fa ,mms- A . 1- - ii,- CF 5 ., ,.: JACK RUSSELL Manager When it came to a broken shoe- lace or a strained muscle, Iack could fix either. His spirit and hard work kept the Rams and their equip- ment in tip-top shape. lack came to SAC from San An- gelo Senior High. mass I .ri .. IIV. gr ' -x ' ' . 9 A lv ii if-1 t TAMES HOWARD BIRD Manager Due to his injured left knee, "Hawk" could not play with the team. He did the next best thing by becoming co-manager for the Rams. As most of the boys will testify, he excelled at this job. QW 'gm '-er' A T Y LV 1 ,J F 3 B 'Q . A ' nk . 'W '22 , ?ll ' tv" "s,,.,,Q- B H N . , l- m.:.Q,:' . it ':' A2-ff 4i?a"1?,2-fm .h ix Ek , .., 'nr 'Q ' in . u V's . .bs I-. -.,. T BASKETBALL , W , A -V rlhk A1 vigrx' . The 1947 Rams basketball tearn, whose ability was unknown at the season's beginning racked up second place in the West Zone Conference. In Conference play, Coach Ed Flem- ing's charges won six games and lost twoL Their over-all record in inter-collegiate partici- pation ior the season was ten wins and seven losses. Managing the team was Eddie Mar- tinets. 1946 Season Record 60 Rams , Sul Ross 36 Rams 36, Sul Ross ' 44 Rams 35, Sul Ross 38 A Rams 36, Sul Ross 40 Rams 37, Wayland Baptist 35 Rams 53, Amarillo 55 Rams 33, Schreiner 52 Rams 66, Cisco 19 Rams 50, Iohn' Tarleton 44 Rams 37, Iohn Tarleton 46 Rams 59, Big Spring 29 Rams 81, Big Spring 28 Rams 51, Wayland Baptist 48 Rams 39, Amarillo 51 Rams 66, ACC 52 Rams 55, Schreiner 54 Rams 82, Cisco 42 .yd A au . ..- xx , :. 'I , 1 A , -vi A ew af W Q mg k 1 LETTERMEN .M I . i ' I .6--"I ,S ,V Z. A xx: Xa- 1 ff, lg K? ls I if I mg I . W . , I, fg ,. Q., gs 17,5 ,, ali, was 1 5:11 X Q wi :fd x 20, 4 F, I uf "Vx .4 :1-5' Ervin Blcckmcxn Q I 'l , Geox e Iackson 4 g R. B. Bennett . A ., ' V ' 5, , l ' in I mf ' 5 ' , 1. 9 I ' Yi- - H ,' 14 illfw- -L V X I -X Ralph Ellis , . K' l , ' 4 ., Q 1' " , I ii it ' JL! l S iv 2 l.,, 3 ' W l l .fl . W i "-,ig , I 1 -W 5, Dxcl-:Rhodes ' l .Fl 'Z""':""' Q-:- " x V, .PS 3 Q' fr 1, ' K ' "SEEKS-'iflli ., v 32", 4 if - ' 'Vl'flLY ' .,', .. Q ,- , .Q Lf? Nz. :lt fy 1 I "" ff, 1. c Abbbtf f U . l l 'W e ' ' ifixxs ,X so N73 ,Qi l All K "Eg: 4' ,E I , 3 X P : lg ,V l 2 .1 F , W ' w Harold Hartman Sher 'B , J mem 'reel l 1 'Kenneth Williamson A ll W-PI. Teel - : ir' - ...slew Q . -A... 5-,f TRACK I ww 'pn m' -NH: ,. .,1s.,. ., x?' v-lv. -"1..."1:'x , ,,,. , . ., . , V X. ins , -" ff' ,RI hvll . xml f , ,Q 17- Y Y, we F With a track squad larger than any in its history, SAC was destined to make a favorable showing against any and all opposition. Tutoring the tracksters in their respective events was Coach P. R. Sikes. Student manager was Mason Gorby. 100 Yard Dash Iack Embry Iohn Hickman Iames Bird Marlin Smith lack Marcell 440 Yard Relay Dwain Miller Iames Bird Iack Marcell Ioye Evans Marlin Smith Iack Embry Edward Martinets Willard Gentry 880 Yard Run Iack Groff Iames Griffin Mile Run Fred Huddleston Shot Put Clovis Olsak Morty Vinson Iohn Hickman TRACK ASSIGNMENTS 440 Yard Dash Ralph Ellis 220 Yard Dash Iohn Hickman Iack Embry lim Gotcher Iames Bird I. C. Gotcher Iack Marcell Dwain Miller Marlin Smith Edward Martinets SCHEDULE April l-12: McMurry April 1-19: Schreiner May 2-3: State Meet, Paris Broad, lump Low Hurdles Bill Iones Bill Iones Iack Embry W. I. Teel Edward Martinets Bill Lewis R. B. Bennett Mile Relay I. C. Gotcher lack Marcell Ralph Ellis Iohn Hickman Iim Gotcher Iack Groff Ioye Evans Edward Martinets Vernie Horner Iim Gotcher Pole Vault l. W. Floyd High lump High Hurdles DOH-Gorman James Short J. C. Gotcher Floyd Ferguson Ralph Ellis Bill Iones I. W. Floyd Dwain Miller DiSCl1S A Clovis Olsak W. I. Teel Dick Rhodes an an wa 'm wa uma wa ms wa mw- sm a ss a ms lm M 1 W. H -as Q- ' ,dim E E X ss a an mm ms -mm w ss mms gm mg BAA mam W-LM: 'xfmzv-fi ' ,,. ,px-:iw X-mkulmm Q K sz sr i 4 Y 5 HEX! 30.52 1 xi E " EIA, K' E , X A Q, K mix' nm mx' ' Sis' ms- H H W HBE B Emmy ws E nm AQZQ' u 1 H Bt W 1 H ,E as H SSRI C!! 24 as R E M -2 M255 N mmm E an Ms fv,,.,3. 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U P D 6 ' ' nn ' ' L K A givin CALENDAR September ' 13-14 Freshman Convocation and Guidance 16-17 'Registration IB Classes begin 20 SAC-7: Sul Ross College-18 27 SAC-27: Paris Iunior College-6 Dance by Sigma Alpha Chi 30 Last day of registration for lst- semester October 1 Lambda Tau Tea for rushees 2 Annual College Picnic 3 Oriental rush tea by Sigma Alpha Chi 5 SAC-13: Lama: College CBeau.moutj-7 8 First student council meeting 12 SAC-13: Schreiner College-0 19 SAC-8: Hardin Junior College CWichita Fallsj-13 Q 25 SAC-27: Hillsboro Iunior College Cliillsboroj-0 L November l SAC-13: Iohn Tarleton College-0 8 SAC-26: North"l'exas Agricultural College-26 9 Midnight Snack of Lambda Tous 16 SAC-6: Kilgore Iunior College-7 l 19 Beginning of Hell Week Mid-term estimates 20 Mid-term estimates "Afraid of the Dark" presented on Assembly 21 Footlight Favorites t 22 SAC-85: Decateur Baptist College-0 23 All-night initiation tor club pledges 26 Presentation Dinner oi Lambda Tau Formal invitation oi pledges 28-30 Thanksgiving Holidays December 10 Little Symphony First Concert Sigma Alpha Chi Christmas Party l7 Lambda Tau Christmas Party 20 Christmas Dance by Westland Park Club 22-Ian. 2 Christmas Holidays K Q.. I 0 4' Ianuary 22 Ioseph Szigeti R ' 24 Beginning of semester finals 2 30 Drakers' Gay Ninety Dance End of finals 31 Registration begins for 2nd semester Bam Association Dance February 1 End of registration 3 Formal opening ot Ram Room u 5 SAC vs. Big Springs ' 6 Rosario and Antonio 8 SAC vs. Big Springs ll Sigma Alpha Chi Rush Party 12 Lambda Tau Valentine Dance 13-I4 "Hasty Heart" presented 15 Last day ot registration 17 SAC vs. A.C.C. 19 SAC vs. Daniel Baker 25 Little Symphony 28 Ellis Parts vs. SAC March 6 The Dallas Symphony 8 Snow Clfreak Weatherj 12' Ram Ass'n Party "' 13 Sigma Alpha Chi-Lambda Tau basketball f X 14 Ram Room Committee Party 4 a 3 17 Phi Theta Kappa pledges initiated , 19 Alpha Kappa Phi Dance 21 Council Party ge 5, , One-act-players leave. win 2nd place 9 0 'Qi 27 Alpha Kappa Phi Dtmce ' . 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Serving West Texas Since 1913 I Compliments Of I-IOYT BRCJS. "The Friendly Store" "Always Friendly To and Interested In The San Angels! College Students" ' Devoted Exclusively to the Clothing . Delnands of West Texas Men and West Texas High School Fellows C mpliments The of P TALLEY P E R K IN s PRESS DRUG COMPANY -4 t 21 East Harris Ave. San Angelo. T Compliments I rid It A of nn P, iflx ips OPTUMETRIST mm rgtlerl 28-A W. Beauregard Insurance Agency 20 West Beauregard San Angelo National Bank OFFICERS: SOL MAYER, President PAUL LASSEN ROY HUDSPETH, Assistant Cashier IOHN B. MATNEY, Vice-President FRANK R. BARNEY Auditor ABE MAYER, Cashier TRUST DEPARTMENT: ViCe'PfeSidem RAYMOND L. WINSTEAD FRANK R. BARNEY. RAY B' JOHNSTON' Assistant Cashier Trust Officer Vice-President W. C. MCMANUS, PAUL LASSEN. Assistant Cashier Assistant Trust Officer DIRECTORS: , SOL MAYER, ABE MAYER, MRS. CAMILLE B. BIRD, DR. I. B. MCKNIGHT. O. L. GREER. IOHN Y. RUST, HERSCHEL UPTON, CHAS. C. CANON, VICTOR L. PIERCE, ROY HUDSPETH, DAN CAUTHORN, RAY B. JOHNSTON, LOUIS R. HALL, ED S. HOBBS. A COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE South Chadbourne, Corner W. Twohig Ave. MRS. BOEHME'S BREAD .Since 1913 Key 84 Nix Olds-Cadillac Compan - AUTHORIZED SALES 8: SERVICE - CADILLAC-"StancIard of the World" OLDSMOBILE-"Look To Olds for All Tl1a.t's New" Modern and Superior ' Q 1 1' Visit and Inspect our Ultra Sales 8LServiee Department I NO JOB TOO BIG -.NO DEAL TOO SMALL DIAL WE HNANCE OUR own PAPER SERVICE -:- SALES -:- PARTS We Carry A Complete Stock of Genuine Olds 8: Cadillac Parts EXPERT AUTO BODY REPAIRING - AUTO PAINTING MOTOR TUNE UP- WORK GUARANTEED CSUN EQUIPMENTI WRECKER SERVICE 2 I 8 South .Oakes Diamonds Silverware COMPLIMENTS McDONALD'S ICE CREAM PARLOR OF "Biggest Little Store In Town" I I I High Grade Dairy Products W. "CASSIE" MCDONALD, Owner Watches We Will Please You 202 s. chadboume Dial 4565 814 South Chadboume Compliments of SHEPPERSON cf' 7' p FURNITURE COMPANY ia Ti 1 . if Distinctive ' Ladies Apparel YOUR COMPLETE FURNITURE STORE "Say It With Flowers Let Them Be Ours" FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Compliments Friendly Flower Shop Qf Visitors Always Welcome T. H. CSlimD McCreery-W. H. Summerlin 1121 South Oakes TAYLOR BROKEBAGE CGMPANY FRANKL1N'S 115 South Chczdbourne Phone 7735 1913-1947 Popular Priced Styles for the College Girl Shop at cxmwl ' 5 . O I 5- .,,3:1fEf: .1 l K Q Q --4' l ., ,. -gf-1 Q S 5 ..f,1,sz5Q,.' .ff ' , -.-: :-1fsi6'- '47-:-'C'T-"I 'r-2 " - 'P BLAKE DUNCAN CO Sun Angelo's Leading Store For Men and Boys Sozn Angelo Midland HARRIS LUCKETT CU. SPORTING GOODS r Team Equipment for Every Sport- Football, Basketball. Truck, Tennis TENNIS RACKEI' STRINGINGQ A West Texas Institution Serving West Texas W - Milk - Butter - Ice Cream 445 South Oakes Street Ph 6767 2.,...'s."..'-:'.'.11:'.....'9,2 I J I - zmsnv ELECTRIC co X l! PROMPT -- EFFICIENT f- SERVICE Electrical Contractors WIRING AND CONSTRUCTION N0 JOB T00 LARGE OR T00 SMALL Estimates Furnished LIGHTING FIXTURES 1 DIAL ' W I Rl N G E e a CONTRACTING 4 A ENGINEERING REPAIRING .-1.1 Repair--Anything - -Anywhm 0 COMMERCIAL gjljfjjji -ifmv' 'FW 0 RESIDENTIAL Repamng 0' L' cllf??erEMBRY 1701 West Beauregard Electrical Appliances H Cl' S ' O Irons G IC ervlce O Toaster Everything Musical C Vacuum Cleaners I Any Other Appliances Pianos ' Sheet Music Records Quality Workmomship Musical Instruments And Accessories DIAL 4401 Call On Us At Our New Location l0'N. chedboume Dial 3396 840 West Concho BUTANE . San Angelo Typewriter 5 ci Supply Co. B 'J ' Cactus Hotel Annex Phone 6294 IEI7 wEsT 'rwm-us AvENuE A San Angelo' Texas -:Tan o4ngsl'o, U-was UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS SUNSTRAND ADDING MACHINES PHDNE 3345 TH E BOB GB.EEN'S BAKERY ' T 145 North Oakes PASTRIES PIES CAKES "The Meeting P1 of the Gang" 204' S. CHADBOURNE SAN ANGELO. TEXAS C GEM JEWELERS WNW 126 South Chadbourne San Angelo. T QW For Junior Misses . . . . . -For Women Compliments of R. A. CDickD WAGNER 'The Typewriter Man" Cfhe .ggpeciafltlg Chaka .Shop LIU W. EEAUREGARD . . . DIAL 3357 SAN ANGELU,TEXA'5 BOXY THEATRE 22 E. Concho Phone 7732 "Rock Along With The R y See The Pick Of The B t Your Patronaqe I Appreciated Use Our "Hequent Days" Each Tuesday And Wednesday 4 It 9' Thank You has been a d o an Angelo Iunior College as publishers of the 1947 Rcxmbouillet. istinct pleasure to serve the students f S Newsfoto Publishing Co S 109 W. Twohig - San Angelo, Texas chool Annualsf- Catalogs - Stationery - Pictorial Brochures 9""w 'nu CDF 'F 1 HOTEL CACTUS Compliments of I "SAN ANGELO'S APPLIANCE STORE" SHADY LANE PARK LOWELL E. ELLIS, Owner-Mgr. IM Miles North of Christovcxl, Texas Compliments of "SAN ANGELO'S APPLIANCE STORE" I ggy" as Ann I mf- - ADDLES A E pf Hand A Made A ,A CALL ,ffl , 'W 4646 L -f e m L uaunws I4 .. CHADUOURNI - ' Compliments of WEEK'S DRUG STORE "In Business For Your Health" Phone 4153 ff M, -A , -1 F . 1 'k ' - .QQ giric E nf ' lx' TROY LAUNDRY - DRY CLEANING - FUR COLD STORAGE - LINEN SUPPLY A. C. BLEDSOE. Prop. DIAL 3198 San Angelo, Texas HOLCOMBE-MBLANTCN PRINT . Arrnnclxrn ANYTHING imp Evnnvn-unc MANUFACTURING STATIONERS OFFICE OUTFITTERS d . Compliments Oi ROBERT MASSIE CO. Everything In Furniture" Wee ga SANAG T s Dll61 RAGSDALE'S Sporting Goods Headquarters 229 SOUTH CHADBOURNE STREET DIAL 4494 10,000 ITEMS FOR THE CAR HOME AND SPORTSMAN Compliments Of Compliments Gt GUS IONES 1 f ' Houston - Clary MUSIC STORE 13 E. Twohig Ave. Phone 5456 STEINWAY PIANOS CAPEHART COMBINATIONS SHEET MUSIC :S MERCHANDISE SEARS ROEBUCK 8: CO. 18 South Chcxdbourne Phone 6971 SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS HOT POINT RANGES AND BENDIX WASHERS HOT WATER HEATERS ABC WASHERS Ath dS1 dS WestTexas Utilities Company ICE - LIGHT - POWER :S WATER M SYSTEM FOOD STORES Everything to Eat" Solomon's WOMEN'S WEAR At Prices Easy To Pay 0 S A g l 0 Abilene O B d 0 Col man 0 R b tL 0 Mertzon McKINNEY'S MOTOR SERVICE "Your Phillips 66 Dealer" Washing, Lubric ' g Storage and Motor Tu Up Ph 5165 Corner Con h d O k 4 Portraits ot Distinction Commercial Photography Complete Camera Supplies Movie Equipment PRICE STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP I p 16 E. Beauregard A San Angelo, Texas Ve. 0 The FINEST in all phases of I-IAIR DRESS- ING and PERMANENT Waving .... 5 The BEST in COMFORT and RELAXATION MR. A. c. mccx COWNERSD MISS JOY GALLANT 6Iff5'?Zf?fZi55W 'fi Compliments F r lg:u:LL3LInIe:Iering Of A FRIEND MQDEL Compliments H of PERRY MAXWELL L nclry 6' Dry Cleaning II7 s 1 ing Phone sm LIHCOIH - Mercury SAN ANGELO. TEXAS A I I I FINDLATEIYS First" A Full Line of Sporting Goods Carried At All Times I S Angelo Over Forty Years -If Il's Hardware We Have Ii S y f th F1 On All Occasions Wen Edu f d P pl A1 Y FROM MORGANS R d A G fi D 1Y FLOWER SHOP N P P PHONE 4188' SAN ANGELO Compliments STANDARD-TIMES n OT M ng - Evening - Sunday -VWeek1y GAMBILLS STORE f t i 1' l Bramley Cafe E 0 Lunches 9 Chicken Dinners 'steak Dinners 0 Mexican Dishes BAILEY AUTQ CQ, SALES OFFICE 4125 Appetizing Food-' PAn1's ssnvlcs 4124 Prepared Correctly- Sewed Properly- Dodge-Plymouth and Dodge Trucks I-:Am-us AND :Rvws SAN ANGELO, TEXAS "In The Heart of Downtown" COLD DRINKS ' J. H. Brumley, Owner Dlal 12 SOUTH CHADBOURNE TELEPHONE COURTESIES Look up numbers you're not sure of. Refer to your personal number list or the directory CALL "INFORMATION" ONLY WHEN You CAN'T FIND THE NUMBER THERE. On party-lines be brief with all calls as someone else may be waiting. Five minutes or less is usually enough time formost calls. 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