Angelo State University - Rambouillet Yearbook (San Angelo, TX)
- Class of 1960
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Margo Kirkham Wins
Best Dressed Title
Margo Kirkham, 5'10" brown-eyed brunette was selected
SAC's representative in the nation wide competition for
America's "Ten Best Dressed College Coeds."
Photographs featured on these pages were submitted
to Glamour Magazine for final judging. Winners of the na-
tional competition were named in the spring by a panel of
Glamour editors and flown to New York for a two-week stay.
Freshman officer and class favorite, Miss Kirkham is
member of Student Council, Rodeo Club, and Lambda Tau
Sorority. The secretarial-science major is a part-time secre-
tary for lawyers Forrest Harding and Oliver Otto and is
an active member of the First Baptist Church.
Runners-up in the local competition were Ann Cates,
Brady, and Sherre McClung, San Angelo.
Candidates were judged on figure, posture, grooming,
and use of make-up, as well as on imagination in managing
a clothes budget, appropriate campus look, and individuality
in use of fashion color and accessories.
Other candidates on the local level were Shari Arved-
son, Margie Blanton, Ian Cates, Annette Duncan, Brenda
Cary, Myra Stovall, and Bonnie Tinsley.
1960 Best Dressed Coed off SAC, Margo Kirkham, in u bouffunte formal pauses
before leaving for the evening out.
Meeker Judges Photogenic
Charles R. Meeker, Ir.-well-known State Fair musical pro-
ducer, Dallas business executive and civic leader, producer of
the Miss Wool show-selected the Most Photogenic this year.
A Mardi Gras dance honoring the 10 finalists was held by the
Press Club in the Student Center Ian. 9.
Finalists included Pat Baldwin, Margie Blanton, Alice Lee
Daughtrey, Carolyn Edmondson, Wilma Figueroa, Brenda .
Grimsley, Betty Hill, Margo Kirkham, Sylvia Roach, and
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Evelyn Adams - - - Evelyn is active in many campus ac-
tivities. She serves as president of the Commercial Club and is a
member of Sigma Alpha Chi, Little Theatre, Choir, Student Council,
Religious Council and Phi Theta Kappa. She was a Miss Charm candi-
date and Sig's Best Pledge last year. This is her second year for
Shari Arvedson - ' - Shari, a sophomore speech maior,
has been named to Who's Who for two straight years. She is vice-
president of Sigma Alpha Chi and a member of Phi Theta Kappa,
SNEA, French Club and Panhellenic Council. As a freshman, she was
president of SNEA and runner-up for Miss SAC.
Baile . . . Johnny, an outstanding engineering stu-
dent, is president of hi Theta Kappa and a member of the Math and
Engineering Club. A sophomore, he is student assistant to the col-
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name for himself in art work. He is a member of the Creative Art
Club and is also the Student Council representative for the club.
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Don . . . An outstanding agricultural student, Don is
president of the Concho Aggies, reporter for the Rodeo Club, treasurer of
the Student Council, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the Livestock
Judging team. He was also named Mistletoe Ball King and Mr. SAC in
elections this year.
. . . Betty has been extremely popular in her campus career
at SAC. She is a sophomore member of the Home Economics and Rodeo Clubs. A
cheerleader, she has been elected Miss SAC, Homecoming Queen and Mistletoe
Don Martin . . . Don, a sophomore, took over at mid-term as
president of the student body. Vice-president of the sophomore class, he
is a member of Science and SNEA Clubs.
Maudle . . . Maudie made Phi Theta Kappa during her
first semester at SAC. A member of the College Choir and College Theatre,
she is a student assistant in the registrar's office.
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freshman he held a similar post. A member of the Ram track team, Religious
Council and Phi Theta Kappa, Robert heads the Math and Engineerning Club.
Herbert Munson . . . A pre-medical student at SAC, Herb
is treasurer of Phi Theta Kappa and a member of the Science Club. A
sophomore, he is from Midland.
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Eleanor 6 . . A San Angelo sophomore, Eleanor is a
member of the Ra Horn Band, French Club, SNEA and Student Council. A
candidate for Miss Charm, she is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa.
. . . Jerry is well-known for his exploits on the basketball
court. he two year letterman is a business administration major and a member
of the College Choir.
Donna . . . Donna has collected a bag full of titles
while attending SAC. Among her honors are Who's Who for two years,
Homecoming Queen, Most Photogenic finalist, president of Panhellenic Council,
reporter for Student Council. A class favorite, she holds membership in
College Choir, Rodeo Club and Ramettes.
Pat ' ' ' Pat holds membership in Religious Council, Science
Club, Press Club, College Theatre, Ramettes, Student Council and College Choir
She is treasurer of Lambda Tau and assistant Rambouillet editor.
Mr. and Miss SAC
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ADAIR, Marsha, Rankin, sophomore
ADAMS, Artie, Sonora, freshman
ADAMS, Evelyn, San Angelo, sophomore
ALCORN, Sandro, Eldorado, sophomore
ALEXANDER, David, San Angelo, freshman
ANDREWS, Lynda, Big Lake, freshman
ARMOUR, M. V., San Angelo, sophomore
ARNOLD, Marvin, San Angelo, freshman
ARVEDSON, Shari, San Angelo, sophomore
ATKINS, Thomas, San Angelo, sophomore
ATKINSON, Alvin Jr., Sterling City, freshman
ATTAWAY, Janelle, San Angelo, freshman
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AUGUSTINUS, Elaine, San Angelo, sophomore
BAILEY, Johnny, Lowake, sophomore
BAIRD, Jerry, lraan, sophomore
BAKER, Sandra, Robert Lee, freshman
BALDWIN, Bobbie, San Angelo, freshman
BALDWIN, Harold, San Angelo, freshman
BALDWIN, Pat, McCamey, sophomore
BARNES, Melvin, San Angelo, sophomore
BARNETT, Frances, San Angelo, freshman
BARNETT, James, San Angelo, sophomore
BARNWELL, Linda, Sweetwater, freshman
BLACKARD, Ann, Junction, sophomore
BLACKARD, Bobby, Junction, freshman
BLANTON, Margie, San Angelo, freshman
BOWMAN, Claressa, San Angelo, freshman
BOYD, Sammy, San Angelo, freshman
BOYKIN, Glenda, Miles, freshman
BRADEN, Darlene, Rankin, sophomore
BRADEN, Tempe, San Angelo, freshman
BRIGHT, Charles, Cross Plains, sophomore
BRINEGAR, Carl, San Angelo, freshman
BRINSON, Vondell, Andrews, sophomore
BRISCOE, Hilbern, Brownfield, freshman
BARRON, Weldon, Wall, freshman
BARSCH, George, San Angelo, freshman
BATEMAN, Judiih, Midland, sophomore
BATSON, Jerry, Ackerly, freshman
BEAL, Rebecca, San Angelo, freshman
BEARD, Sarah, Painf Rock, freshman
BEEKMAN, Joe, Big Lake, freshman
BENSON, Janelle, San Angelo, freshman
BENTON, Stevens, San Angelo, freshman
BERMEA, Olga, San Angelo, freshman
BILBO, Jimmy, San Angelo, freshman
BIPPES, Mary Ann, Pecos, freshman
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BROADWAY, Bobby, San Angelo, freshman
BROCK, Sue, Brady, freshman
BROOKS, Barry, San Angelo, sophomore
BROWN, Buddy, San Angelo, freshman
BROWN, Connie Max, Fort Worth, freshman
BROWN, Janet, San Angelo, freshman
BROWN, R. Lea, Abilene, freshman
BROWN, Squire, San Angelo, freshman
BRUNSON, Kirkland, Ballinger, freshman
BULLOCK, Jimmie, San Angelo, freshman
BURKE, Richard, San Angelo, sophomore
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CAHILL, Clarence, San Angelo, sophomore
CAIN, John, Pecos, sophomore
CALDWELL, Arfhur, Big Lake, freshman
CALDWELL, Mary Ann, Silver, sophomore
CAMERON, Lloyd, San Angelo, freshman
CAMPBELL, Cimron, San Angelo, sophomore
CANTU, Luis, San Angelo, sophomore
CARBERRY, Robert, San Angelo, freshman
CARDWELL, Bill, Sheffield, sophomore
COFFMAN Linda, San Angelo freshman
COLLEY Linda Eden freshman
CONDRY Sonny San Angelo freshman
COOK Glenda Ballinger freshman
COPE, Douglas, San Angelo, freshman
COPLEN, Eddie, McCamey, freshman
CORNELIUS, Tommie, San Angelo, freshman
COWAN, Rollon, Lampasas, freshman
COWLEY, Bobby, Robert Lee, freshman
COX, Donald, San Angelo, sophomore
COX, Ellis, Brownfield, sophomore
COX, Nancy, Barnhart, freshman
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CARSON, Ann San Angelo, freshman
CARTER, Kay, San Angelo, freshman
CASON, Elizabeth, San Angelo, freshman
CATES, Ann, Brady, freshman
CATES, Jan, Brady, freshman
CHANEY, Carole, San Angelo, freshman
CHESSER, Delion, San Angelo, freshman
CHLAPEK, Sharon, San Angelo, freshman
CHOATE, Kathryn, San Angelo, freshman
CHRISTIAN, Paul, Palestine, freshman
CHURCHWELI., Earl, San Angelo, freshman
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CRAVENS, Sydney, Mertzon, sophomore
CREATH, Garry, San Angelo, freshman
CROUCH, Eugene, Lockhart, freshman
CROUSEN, Joe, Breckenridge, freshman
CURTIS, Donald, San Angelo, freshman
DAUGHTREY, Alice, Sonora, freshman
DAVEE, Jimmy, Sterling City, sophomore
DAVIS, Billy, Pecos, freshman
DEAL, Steve, Wichita Falls, freshman
DEAN, Robert, Pecos, sophomore
DECKER, Johnny, Talpa, freshman
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DEDEKER, Bobby, Big Lake, freshman
DEERING, Tommy, San Angelo, freshman
DeLONG, Billye Ruth, San Angelo, freshman
DRENNAN, Wayne, Snyder, sophomore
DUDLEY, Lynda, Trent, sophomore
DUNCAN, Allen, San Angelo, freshman
DUNCAN, Annette, San Angelo, sophomore
EDMONDSON, Carolyn, San Saba, 'freshman
EDWARDS, William, Rotan, freshman
EGGEMEYER, Delores, Miles, sophomore
EOFF, Joy, Sweetwater, sophomore
GERNGROSS, Gregory, Rowena, freshman
GERNGROSS, Norma, Wall, sophomore
GIDEON, Kenneth, Ozona, sophomore
GLADSON, Royce, Snyder, freshman
GLASS, HARM, Millersview, freshman
GOBER, Dwight, McCamey, sophomore
GONZALES, Albert, Austin, freshman
GOOD, Ronald, Eunice, freshman
GOSSETT, James, San Angelo, freshman
GRAHAM, Kenneth, San Angelo, freshman
GRAUKE, Jeannie, San Angelo, freshman
GRAY, Homer, San Angelo, sophomore
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EUSTIS, Carroll, San Angelo, sophomore
EVRIDGE, Judith, Wall, freshman
FAWCETT, Roger, Sonora, sophomore
FEASTER, Royce, Colorado City, freshman
FELLER, Robert, San Angelo, freshman
FIGUEROA, Wilma, San Angelo, freshman
FISHER, Kaybeth, San Angelo, freshman
FOSTER, Albert, Angleton, sophomore
FRITTER, Barbara, Brackettville, freshman
GARRETT, Coy, Jr., Paint Rock, freshman
GARY, Brenda, Brady, freshman
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GRIGGS, Charles, San Angelo, sophomore
GRIMSLEY, Brenda, Mason, sophomore
GROSSHANS, Kenneth, San Angelo, freshman
GUERRERO, Hilda, San Angelo, freshman Y
GUTHRIE, Jean, San Angelo, sophomore
HAHN, Edlin, Brady, freshman
HALL, Woodrow, Doole, sophomore
HARPER, Lena, Son Angelo, freshman
HARRIS, Jerry, San Angelo, freshman
HARRIS, John, San Angelo, freshman
HARRIS, Nadine, San Angelo, sophomore
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HART, Natalie, San Angelo, freshman
HARTMANN, Frances, San Angelo, freshman
HAUN, Billy, San Angelo, freshman
HEATH, Linda, San Angelo, sophomore
HEIDEMAN, Sergi, Montebello, freshman
HENDERSON, Pal, San Angelo, 'Freshman
HENDERSON, Robert, San Angelo, freshman
HENSON, Dale, San Angelo, sophomore
HERRING, Donald, Buffalo Gap, sophomore
HERRING, Lynn, Ballinger, sophomore
HERREMAN, David, San Angelo, freshman
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HUNT, John, Son Antonio, freshman
IBARRA, Juan, Sonora, freshmon
INGRAM, Gary, Breckenridge, sophomore
JACKSON, Victor, Belton, freshmanx
JACOBSEN, Sonia, Amarillo, freshman
JAHNEL, Henry, San Angelo, sophomore
JAMES, Pauline, Bollinger, freshman
JAMISON, Emmitt, Lubbock, sophomore
JANEK, lRohert, San Angelo, freshman
JARRATT, Marvin, San Angelo, 'Freshman
JAYNES, Leiland, Wink, sophomore
HERRMAN Wayne, Big Lake freshman
HILL Betty Iraan sophomore
HITE Bonnie San Angelo 'Freshman
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HOLCOMB, Delbert, Lomesa, freshman
HOLTMAN, Ray, Rowena, freshman
HOLUBEC, Kenneth, Son Angelo, freshman
HONEA, Bette, San Angelo, freshman
HORTON, Nancy, San Angelo, freshman
HOUSTON, Ann, Point Rock, freshman
HUDSON, Charles, Menard, sophomore
JENNINGS, Wayne, San Angelo, freshman
JOHNSON, Sandra, San Angelo, freshman
JOINER, Judy, San Angelo, freshman
JONES, Charles, Tokio, sophomore
JONES, Darla, Eldorado, freshman
JONES, Louise, Ballinger, freshman
JONES, Mary, San Angelo, freshman
JONES, Perry, Loop, freshman
JOST, Virginia, Wall, freshman
KAHLIG, James, Van Courl, freshman
KALINA, Bennie, Rowena, freshman
KELLER, Judy, San Angelo, freshman
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KELTON, Gary, San Angelo, freshman
KENNEDY, Dowling, San Angelo, freshman
KETNER, Jeff, San Angelo, freshman
KEY, Billie Jean, San Angelo, freshman
KING, Cynthia, Loop, freshman
KINSEY, June, Miles, freshman
KIRKHAM, Margo, San Angelo, freshman
KIRKPATRICK, Jack, Wafer Valley, freshman
KOLB, Maudie, San Angelo, freshman
LAAKMAN, Richard, Grand Prairie, freshman
LAIRD, Barbara, San Angelo, sophomore
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LOYD, Judy, San Angelo, freshman
LUEDECKE, Willie, Eldorado, freshman
LUEDERS, M. G., San Angelo, freshman
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LEATHERWOOD, Tom, Rock Springs, Wyoming,
LEDFORD, Johnny, Sterling City, freshman
LEHR, Wayne, Wall, sophomore
LEINWEBER, Cornelia, Rocksprings, freshman
LINDEMANN, Deonous, Ballinger, sophomore
I.lTTI.ETON, Annette, San Angelo, sophomore
LIVELY, Bill, San Angelo, freshman
LOCHABY, John, San Angelo, sophomore
LOEFFLER, lenore, Mason, sophomore
LOGAN, larry, Big Lake, freshman
LOVE, Tommy, Sonora, freshman
McANAlLY, Toby, lraan, freshman
MQCLUNG, Jack, San Angelo, freshman
McCl.UNG, Sherre, San Angelo, 'Freshman
McCLURE, Richie, Eden, sophomore
McCOULSKEY, Mack, San Angelo, freshman
McEl.RATH, Steve, San Angelo, freshman
NlcGUIRE, Sieve, Kermit, freshman
McKEE, Ula, San Angelo, sophomore
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McWHORTER, Blossom, San Angelo, freshman
MAIER, Kennefh, San Angelo, sophomore
MARSHALL, Maurice, San Angelo, sophomore
MARTIN, Alice, San Angelo, 'Freshman
MARTIN, Don, Girvin, sophomore
MARTIN, Jerald, San Angelo, freshman
MARTIN, Nancy, Mason, freshman
MASON, Marian, Abilene, freshman
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MILLER, Gilly, San Angelo, sophomore
MITCHELL, Patsy, McCamey, freshman
MONCRIEF, Linda, Ballinger, 'Freshman
MOORE, James, San Angelo, sophomore
MOORE, Jim, Balmorhea, sophomore
MOORE, Lawrence, San Angelo, freshman
MOORE, Roberf L., Bronte, sophomore
MOOREHEAD, Jane, San Angelo, sophomore
NIXON, Carolyn, San Angelo, sophomore
NIXON, Jane, Ballinger, freshman
NORRED, David, San Angelo, freshman
OLIVER, Glenda, San Saba, freshman
OLIVER, Wayne, Smyer, sophomore
OLSOVSKY, Denis, Wall, sophomore
PARRETT, Charles, San Angelo, sophomore
PATE, Drenna, Merfzon, sophomore
PEEL, Linda, Salt Gap, freshman
PENN, Jeanehe, San Angelo, sophomore
PETTUS, Phil, Winters, freshman
PFLUGER, Kaye, San Angelo, freshman
MORALES, Joe, Eagle Pass, sophomore
MORRIS, Don, Tulia, freshman
MORRIS, Jimmy, Son Angelo, freshman
MORRIS, Loyd, Tulia, sophomore
MORROW, Joe, Rofan, freshman
MOSLEY, Martin, San Angelo, freshman
MOW, Milton, Coleman, sophomore
NEELEY, Curtis, San Angelo, sophomore
NEEPER, Wayland, Sweetwater, freshman
NELMS, G. W., Jr., San Angelo, freshman
NELSON, Jimmy, San Angelo, freshman
NEWELL, Roberta, San Angelo, freshman
PFLUGER, Travis, San Angelo, freshman
PHILLIPS, James, San Angelo, freshman
PILONETTI, Dennis, San Angelo, freshman
PLAGENS, Frank, Garden City, sophomore
PLUMLEE, Don, lraan, sophomore
PLUMMER, Behy, San Angelo, sophomore
POAGE, George, Rankin, freshman
PORTER, James, San Angelo, freshman
PORTERFIELD, Karan, Lamesa, freshman
POWELL, Ann, Pecos, freshman
POWELL, Jackie, Spur, freshman
POWELL, John, Van Courf, freshman
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PRICE, Emory, San Angelo, freshman
PROCTOR, Sandra, San Angelo, freshman
PROSISE, Charles, Paint Rack, freshman
RAKAGIS, Nick, San Angelo, freshman
RANDOLPH, Frank, Junciion, sophomore
RAY, Gerald, Miles, sophomore
RECIO, Irma, Spur, sophomore
RICHARDSON, Leasel, San Angelo, freshman
RICHARDSON, Sonny, San Angelo, sophomore
RIDGAWAY, Charles, Kerrville, freshman
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SCHMICKLE, Michael, San Angelo, sophomore
SCHMIDT, Katherine, Mason, sophomore
SCHOOLER, Jamie, Robert Lee, freshman
SCHROEDER, Lynette, San Angelo, freshman
SCHWARTZ, Joanie, San Angelo, sophomore
SCHWERTNER, Carmelita, Miles, sophomore
SCHWERTNER, Mona, Miles, freshman
RINK, Nanry, San Angelo, freshman
ROACH, Sylvia, San Angelo, freshman
ROBERTS, Kenneth, San Angelo, 'Freshman
ROBERTS, Marion, Seminole, freshman
RODE, Patsy, Sonora, freshman
RODGERS, Walter, San Angelo, freshman
ROGERS, Ginger, San Angelo, sophomore
ROGERS, Marlene, Odessa, freshman
ROSS, Virginia, San Angelo, freshman
ROTHELL, George, San Angelo, sophomore
RUTHERFORD, Robert, Monahans, freshman
SANCHEZ, Rosaura, San Angelo, freshman
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SCOTT, Carolyn, San Angelo, freshman
SCOTT, Jody, San Angelo, freshman
SCOTT, Jolene, San Angelo, freshman
SEALS, Billie Jean, Dallas, freshman
SENN, Loyd, Rotan, sophomore
SHAFER, Kay, McCamey, freshman
SHANNON, Carl, Jr., Llano, sophomore
SHEDD, John, Post, sophomore
SHEFFIELD, Ronald, Sweetwater, freshman
SHENK, Randall, Houston, freshman
SHERRIN, Jimmy, Tokio, freshman
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SIECKMANN, Elizabeth, Fredericksburg, freshman
SIMMONS, Wanda, Sterling City, freshman
SIMPSON, Eleanor, San Angelo, sophomore
SMITH, Dorothy, Ballinger, freshman
SMITH, Jerry Don, Menard, freshman
SMITH, Linda, Bronte, freshman
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STEPHENS, Susan, San Angelo, sophomore
STEPHENS, Wayne, San Angelo, sophomore
STEPHENSON, Ray, Pampa, sophomore
STILES, Arthur, Big Lake, freshman
STITES, Claude, San Angelo, freshman
STOVALI., Myra, San Angelo, freshman
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SWEET, Behy, Blackwell, freshman
TANKERSLEY, Patricia, Merizon, freshman
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SPECK, Patricia, Menard, freshman
SPENCER, Peggy, Eldorado, freshman
SPIELER, Freddie, San Angelo, freshman
SPISER, Bob, Eden, sophomore
SPORTSMAN, Jerry, Son Angelo, 'Freshman
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STARKEY, Charley, San Angelo, freshman
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TEAGARDEN, Fred, San Angelo, freshman
TEMPLETON, Mary, Sonora, freshman
THOMAS, Wayne, San Angelo, freshman
THOMPSON, John, Brownwood, freshman
THOMPSON, Melba, Silver, freshman
THOMPSON, Pat, Sonora, freshman
THOMPSON, Robert, Miles, freshman
THORNTON, Charles, Rotan, freshman
TINSLEY, Bonnie, Sweetwater, freshman
TOWRY, Winston, San Angelo, freshman
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URBAN, Lloyd, San Angelo, freshman
VANDER STUCKEN, Jan, Sonora, freshman
VON GONTEN, Wayne, San Angelo, freshman
WAGNER, Owen, Ozona, freshman
WALDROP, Aaron, Abilene, freshman
WALLS, Edra Ann, Big Lake, freshman
WALKER, Bobby, Pecos, freshman
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WHITLOCK, Clifford, Junction, sophomore
WILDE, Gerald, Wall, sophomore
WILDE, Lee, Wall, freshman
WILKERSON, Kenneth, Winters, freshman
WILLIAMS, Carolyn, Brady, freshman
WILLIAMS, Donna, San Angelo, sophomore
WILLIAMS, Johnny, Eden, freshman
WILLIAMS, Judy, McCamey, freshman
WILLIAMS, Richard, Pecos, freshman
WILLIAMS, Ronald, San Angelo, freshman
WAREN, Gary, San Angelo, freshman
WARICK, Ruth, San Angelo, sophomore
WATKINS, Don, Cross Plains, sophomore
WATKINS, Nell, San Angelo, 'freshman
WATROUS, Mitchell, Fayetteville, N.C., freshman
WATSON, Thomas, Jr., San Angelo, freshman
WATTERS, Roberta, San Angelo, freshman
WEAVER, Mickey, Melvin, freshman
WEBB, Barbara, Marfa, freshman
WELCH, Danny, San Angelo, freshman
WELCH, Gwen, San Angelo, freshman
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WILSON, Bobby, Son Angelo, freshman
WILSON, Paul, lraan, sophomore
WILSON, Virginia, Kermit, freshman
WRIGHT, Owen, Sweetwater, freshman
WYNNE, Pot, San Angelo, sophomore
YOUNG, Carl, San Angelo, sophomore
YOUNG, Don, Son Angelo, freshman
YOUNG, Jock, Duncan, Oklahoma, sophomore
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CURTIS, Donna, San Angelo, freshman
DeLANEY, Bennie, San Angleo, freshman
DUER, Coline, Ozona, freshman
EISENBECK, Mariorie, Son Angelo, freshman
FARMER, Harold, San Angelo, sophomore
GORDON, Paul, Miles, sophomore
HADLEY, Shultz, Paint Rock, sophomore
LAMPKIN, Ella, San Angelo, freshman
LOPEZ, Elberto, San Angelo, sophomore
LUBKE, Ruy, Eden, freshman
OLIVER, Dixie, Lamesa, freshman
PETERSON, Nancy, San Angelo, freshman
PRICE, Thomas S., San Angelo, sophomore
PRUITT, Richard, ldalou, freshman
SKINNER, Jack, Christoval, freshman
SORRELLS, Maurice, Rocksprings, sophomore
STANLEY, Gary W., Rankin, freshman
STEGER, Robert E., Merfzon, sophomore
TEAFF, Doloras,. Sweetwater, freshman
UPTON, Mevelle, San Angelo, sophomore
WALDROP, Aaron, Abilene, freshman
WESTBROOK, Bill, San Angelo, sophomore
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College Business Manager
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Bill Carpenter, business manager of San Angelo
College for the last 534 years, resigned Dec. 22 to enter
private business with K-C Sales Co. here.
His successor, D. N. fPetej Peterson, happened to
be a personal friend and a former co-worker at the
Lamesa Schools some 10 years ago.
Peterson is a native of Lamesa and a graduate of
Texas Tech. He fomierly worked as tax collector and
business manager of the Lamesa School System and a
former employee of the San Angelo School System as
director of auxiliary services. He held a similar position
at Southern Methodist before coming to SAC.
His appointment was made by Dr. Raymond M.
Cavness, college president, who joined trustees in ex-
pressing regret at Carpenteris departure.
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Student-Family and Faculty Apartments
New Buildings Added
From a one-building on a small downtown plot to a ll
modern 15-building campus on 95 acres in southwest San l
Angelo . . .
From a 91-member student body with a faculty of nine
to 993 collegians with a faculty of 40. . .
These are some of the obvious statistics reflecting the
solid growth of San Angelo College in the 32 years of opera-
tion. This year's additions to the campus include a plush
Student Center, air-conditioned women's dormitory and
faculty and married-student apartments.
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Shari Arvedson Don Herring Donna Williams
secretary ireusurer reporler
Mrs. Allena Westerman
Don Mariin, second semesier
Dr. John Roscoe
Mr. Delbert Turier
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Math and Engineering
D. E. Club
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B.A., Southwest State Teachers College: M.A.,
Pl1.D., The University of Texasg LL.D., Baylor
Dr. Harmon L. Lowman, Jr. Bill Carpenter
CResignecl December 22, 1959,
San Angelo College Administrators
Dr. Jack Hudgins
director of evening program
dean of women
Dr. John T. Rascoe
dean of student life
B.S., M.Ed., M.A., University ot Texas
B.A., M.M.Ed., North Texas
B.S., M.Ed., University of Texas.
Rev. C. E. Bludworth
B.S., B.D., Southern
John A. Cook
Dr. Rosa I.. Bludworfh
B.A., Southern Methodist University
M.A., Southwest Texas Teachers
Collegef Ph.D., University of Texas.
J. D. Davis
B.S., M.Ecl., North Texas State
B.S., Southwest Texas State B.A., Southern Methodist
Teachers Collegep M.Ed.,
University of Texas.
R. B. Dooley Oscar L. Dorsey
agriculture sclenfe I
B.S., MDE.-ju Ag,-iculfuml and B.S., Abilene Christian College.
Mechanical College of Texas.
l. E. DuBose
B.S., Abilene Christian College:
M.S., South Dakota State College.
Dr. lewis Fraser
Ph.D., University of Utah.
Charles Dwyer Vetal Flores
B.A., Agriculture and B.A., Texas Techonical College:
Mechanical College of Texas: M.A., Hardin-Simmons
M.A., University of Texas. University.
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Joseph R. Gabriel
B.S., Southwest Missouri State:
M.Ed., University of Missouri.
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Tincie H. Heddins
B.F.A., University of Texasp M.A.,
New Mexico Highlands University
Philip M. George Ruth Gray
physical education librarian
B.S., M.Ecl., University of Texas. B.A., University of Texas: 8.5.
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University: M.A., Austin College.
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'fl'-'SiC physical education
B-A-, POFUOHG College? M- MUS-1 B.S., Abilene Christian College.
Eastman School of Music,
University of Rochester.
Guy M. Horton
B.S., M.Ecl., East Texas State College.
Don Irwin Mariorie Irwin
drama social science
B.A., Western Reserve
Universityy M.A., University
B.S., M.Ed., M.F.A.,
University of Texas.
Dora Mae Kelly
B.A., North Texas State College:
M.A., University of Colorado.
Ralph Masterson -lon Millar
business administration English
B.S., Southeast Missouri State B-5-I M-A-. Ul1lVel'SilY
Teachers College: M.B.A., of l'lOUSf0h.
University of Texas.
B.A., Vanderbiltp M.A., Peabody
B.A., University of Texas:
M.A., University of Chicago.
Gaynelle Simmons nf' Medal sluaall
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B.B'A', M'B'E', Noni, Texas Sfage Ed.D., Texas Technological College
B.S., East Texas State College:
M.A., University of Texas.
B.S., Mary Hardin Baylor College:
M.S., Texas Woman's College
B.A., Hardin-Simmons University:
M.A., University of Colorado.
Wade Earl Turner
B.S., M.Ed., Stephen F. Austin
H. E. D. Walker
B.S., M.Ed., East Texas
Joan N. Zesch
B.S., Southwest Texas
secretary to the president
William D. Taylor
Board of Trustees
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Dr. Raymond Cavness
President, San Angelo College
secretary of Board
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Dorine Anderle 'ix Nancy Nixon
school secretary and librarian ,fl obstetrical nursing
Bobbie Bass Elizabeth Jones
nursing arts medical-surgical
Shannon School of ursin
Barbara Richards Louise Sanders
operating room fechnique pediatrics
Graydon Payne Mmy 1-,May
Pha"m'colc9Y nursing education
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Students Un ack For Pancakes
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At the unearthly hour of seven on the morning of Sept.
24, some 300 students and faculty members turned out for
pancakes and all the trimmings.
Held in front of the gymnasium, the annual affair much
resembled a "chow linen at a military camp.
The breakfast was cooked by SAC instructors and ad-
ministrators who wished to display their ability at the
kitchen. Seen weilding a spatula were such notablcs as
Dr. R. M. Cavness, R. B. Dooley, Oscar Dorsey, Edwin
DuBose, Dr. Lewis Fraser, Joe Gabriel, Cass Archer, Delbert
Tarter, and John Cook.
Entertainment was furnished by the 'Hungry Six," a
German band composed of members of the faculty.
Held for the first time last year, the breakfast takes the
place of the annual presidents reception and serves to ac-
quaint the students with the faculty.
Chief Chef Dr. Raymond M. Cavness swaps roles.
He was among 10 amateur pancake flippers from
the faculty who cooked for students.
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sisters got second glances from SAC students at other events during the early
weeks of school.
German band who entertained students during the event.
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Cheerleadenturned-composer, Alice Lee Doughtrey plasters a voter with
political tags as she seeks votes for her candidate.
Picnic s Success
With no school, plenty of food and fun awaiting, students
of San Angelo College supported the launching of student
council political campaigns at the annual Fall Picnic held
Wednesday, Oct. 14.
i SACsters turned out in strength on a day which dawned
cold and cloudy, By the end of the day, however, the weather
had cleared and the sun had come out to climax this annual
Combining with campaign speeches, such events as a
l faculty-student volleyball game, various skits and a western
Picknicker Henry Jahnel seemingly enioys barbecue and trimmings-as well as band l'1Clp6Cl to make 8. Sl1CCCSSfl1l day.
the chance to miss school-at the annual Fall Picnic. The picnic was at the Goodfellow Recreation Camp
on Lake N asworthy.
Shari Arvedson seeks the secre Donna Williams, candidate for reporter, captures audience and votes as she tries Albert Foster, promising "his
tarial post. her hand at politics. be SL" campaigns for council
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Foreign dignitaries representing 15 countries were on tl-ie campus Oct. 23 for SAC's annual United Nations Day activities.
Mrs. Hisao Yamada of Hawaii
speaks to U. N. Day-Orienta-
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the 25 foreign guests on campus for U. N. Day
U.N. Day international roll call
was answered by 25 foreign dig-
nitaries as they stepped forward
at a special orientation program
to speak a few words of greeting
in their native tongues to the
SAC student body.
The guests, representing 15
different countries, were dressed
in appropriate attire. Dr. Lewis
Fraser, modern language depart-
ment head, was co-ordinator for
the fourth annual U.N. Day
Home Economics sponsored a
reception in the Student Center
following the Oct. 23 program.
Roberta Newell, well-traveled SACster, is
seen with two U. N. Day visitors, Mrs.
Hisao Yamada, right, and Mrs. Violet
Heslep, seated. All three ladies are from
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has been selected one of two homecoming
queens. Miss Williams icenterl glances toward
Betty Hill Cbottoml as the announcement is
A pair of queens failed
to give the San Angelo Col-
lege Barns a winning hand,
but they did add a "history
first" to the 21st annual
Students and football fans
watched as Betty Hill and
Donna VVilliarns were
Queens at halftime of the
Ram-Del Mar game Satur-
day night, Oct. 24.
came as a result of a tie in
student balloting the day be-
fore, and with no time for
a runoff, it was decided that
this y e a r ' s homecoming
would be an exception to
the rule of one queen per
The two sophomore coeds
were crowned and presented
bouquets by Rushing Shef-
field, president of the SAC
Other candidates, serving
as duohesses for the oc-
casion, included Pat Bald-
win of McCamey, and Wil-
ma Figueroa and Sylvia
Roach, both of San Angelo.
The five coeds were fea-
tured atop sport cars in the
parade w i n d i n g through
d 0 w n t 0 W n San Angelo
earlier in the day.
SAC Rodeo Club members, finding that West Texas mesquites have
really grown during the abundant '59 rains, encounter difficulties with
their parade entry. The tree was momentarily removed for the float
to clear the bridge.
Homecoming duchesses featured in the midday parade are itop t
bottomj Pat Baldwin, McCameyg Wilma Figueroa San Angelo and
Sylvia Roach, San Angelo.
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A 50-foot bonfire topped with privy provided the spark to launch the T959
"Welcome Home Exes" activities. Local "firebugs" scorched the pile of
debris twice earlier in the week.
Speakers at the dedication program included Dr. Ralph Green, executive
director of the Texas Commission on Higher Education Cleftj, and Senator
Dorsey Hardemcxn irightj
Mr. Homer Jordan, named "Ex of the
Year," leaves the field during halftime
activities with Dr. Ralph Green.
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Poor Vxkmg mourns Jerry Baird, pcnrhcnpcmf on the Rodeo Clubs third
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Cuddling closer To share a hofdog are Brenda Vivacious Lynda Andrews fries her hand at Margo Kirkham finds a resting place for
Gary and Kay Shafer. horse-shoe throwing. coffee cup on the head of Sue Sanders.
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SAC's annual rush week got off to a good start with the
formal rush teas Sunday, Nov. 1. All women students aca-
demically qualified for sorority membership were invited
to attend the teas.
Rushees attending these teas were then invited to the
informal parties held on the following Friday night. The
Sigs entertained with a hayride to their "barnyard," where
rushces were greeted by colorful life-sized animals hanging
over the bamyard fence. Following this party, rushees got
in the "sailing" mood when they went aboard the "USS
Lambda Tau" for an evening's cruise.
Saturday morning the big decision was made, and
preference cards were filled out in the office of the Dean
Rush Week was clirnaxed and pledging began with the
'KRibbon Parties" held Sunday afternoon, Nov. 8. Forty-six
women were given the pledgeis oath and the pledge ribbons
to be worn until the Presentation dance Feb. 6.
S:A?sters Frances Hartmann, Nancy Rink, Sherre McCIung, Brenda Gary and Lynda Andrews enloy a hen party In the Panhellemc President Donna Wll
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Stage Door Climaxes First Fine Arts Festival
fBonnle TlnslEYJ, return g f
Cast of 35 Presents Intimate Pictures of Actresses' Lives
Sonia Jacobsen Jennifer Soar Bonnie Tinsley
M. V. Arrno
. . Kaye Hamilton . . . . . . Judith Canfield . . . . . . Jea M 'tland . . . Keith Burgess
er triumph in Hollywood
Olga Brandt ....
Big Mary ........
Little Mary ......
Bernice N eimeyer .
Judith Canfield . , .
Ann Braddock ....
Kaye Hamilton . . .
Linda Shaw ......
lean Maitland ....
Bobby Melrose ....
Louise Mitchell . . .
Susan Paige .....
Pat Devine ......
Kendall Adams . . .
Terry Randall ....
Mrs. Orcutt ....
Sam H astings .....
ji-nznzy Deoerea-ux . . . .
Fred Powell ......
Lou M ilhauser , . .
David Kingsley . . .
Keith Burgess ....
Mrs. Shaw ......
Dr. Randall ......
Larry llfesteott . . .
Adolph Gretzel . . .
Toni Gillette ....
Director and Designer . . .
Student Director ..... .
. . . Terry Randall
. The scene is from the Edna Ferber-George Kaufman "Stage Door," presented in fhe college auditorium.
.. Maudie Kolb
. . . . Pat Wynne
..... Betty Hill
. . . . Ann Powell
. . . Jennifer Soar
. Sonja Iacobsen
. . Ann Blackard
. Bonnie Tinsley
. . . . Ann Cates
.. Brenda Gary
. Carol Pressley
. . . Sylvia Roach
. . . Dixie Oliver
. . . james Hodges
. . . Paul Kendall
. . Don Plumlee
. . Buddy Brown
. M. V. Armour
1 . Diann Dorsey
. . . . Leiland Iaynes
. Gene Lueders
. . . Ierry Wallace
. Evelyn Adams
. . . Don Irwin
. . . Jerry Harris
. Heniy Jahnel
Mrs. Shaw fDic1m1 Dorseyj comes to the actresses' boarding house fo retrieve
her wayward daughter Linda lAnn Blackurdl.
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Registration of delegates to the ninth annual D.E. Activity Day began promptly at
8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 5. The delegates converged on the lobby in force, keeping
the women at the typewriters busy.
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busy writing their speeches when the photographer caught them at their work
Each contestant had only a short time to prepare his material
D. E. contestants Follow the SACsters practice of taking a break in the Ram Room.
Some 250 D. E. students from 16 Texas schools participated in the various contests
for prizes totaling 5200.
Some 950 D1StI1bllt1VC Education students neiv
ously awaited the results of their days work.
Its not that work is unusual to these students,
for they Work half a day while attending school.
But this day, Feb. 5, they entered competition in
sales demonstration, advertising copy and layout,
business speaking, credit letter writing, job inter-
viewing and Window display. Winning, or even
placing, in any of these events would be a fine
feather in their hats.
The only program of its type in Texas, the Ac-
tivity Day is loaded with contests, meetings and
socials. The conference is aimed at giving young-
sters a chance to put their school lessons in practice.
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Norris Murrell fleftj cmd Wayne Stephens, both SAC D. E. stu-
dents, look on.
inth nnual D.E. Day
ttra cts 250 Students it
Carole Chaney, SAC student, assists a Cisco High School delegate giving a
talk during the Sales Demonstration contest.
John Shedd, SAC D. E. student, is seen talking to guest speaker Plasco G.
Moore, Dallas executive, during a lull in the activities.
cmzsNs or me MooN ARE GAZING AT me STRANGE CREATURES FROM EARTH IN sosToN OPERA COMPANY'S voYAGE TO THE MooN.
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Playwright William Inge brought "The Patricia Morrison headed the cast of Nina Novak and George Boritch were featured with 80 other
Dark at the Top of the Stairs" land Joan 52 in "Gay 90's Nite." Held Dec. 9, dancers in "Ballet Russe cle Monte CarIo," held March 8. They
Blondellj to San Angelo Dec. 17. the show was brought here after its are heralded as the world's most traveled entertainers.
record Hollywood Bowl acts.
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Margie Blanton fsecond from leftl is named SAC's Most Photogenic coed as Wilma
Figueroa, Pat Baldwin, Alice Daughtrey and Betty Hill look on.
Press Club president Jerry Harris presents a bouquet to winner Margie
Blanton, adorned with Mardi Gras crown. Brenda Grimsley, named sec-
ond place for the second year, witnessed the presentation.
argie Blanton Chosen Most Photogenic
Inhaling deeply, Press Club president Jerry Harris
opened a sealed envelope, withdrew the contents and an-
nounced that Margie Blanton, freshman from San Angelo,
had been chosen the Most Photogenic coed for 1959.
The announcement came at 9:30 p.m., Ian. 9 and a
small crowd of approximately 60 couples applauded Miss
Blanton and mnnerups Brenda Crimsley and Carolyn
The annual dance, featuring a Mardi Gras theme, was
appropriately decorated with Mardi Cras balls and coil balls
hanging from the cafeteria ceiling. Cverliead decorations
were completed with crepe paper streamers around the vents
and at the front of the cafeteria.
A refreshment table was centered with a sea clam
punch bowl, Mardi Gras candles, flowers, and balloons.
Balloons Were also centered on each table. Paper bags of
confetti were strategically located and screams filled the air
as the majority of the coeds experienced the feel of confetti
on bare skin.
Deadlines for term papers, finals, and flat pocketbooks
all contributed to the size of the crowd, which did not meet
the expectations of the Press Club.
Carolyn Edmondson, engaged in a balloon-popping contest with Sonny Richardson, comes out second best as bits
Nell Watkins heads the punch line.
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Morgo Kirkham is ushered by sorority members Ann Honor students and guests attend a reception in the Student Center Theatre following the presentation
and Jan Cates and Frances Barnett lin aislel. of honor students in the college auditorium.
Presentation of 88 honor students Feb. 19 in the college
auditorium featured a talk by Dr. Floyd Boze, past dean of
H S d R 0 d San Angelo College, and music by the college choir. Phi
Theta Kappa sponsor, Dr. Rosa Bludworth, closed the pro-
gram by speaking of "Thinking Leaders."
f A reception followed in the Student Center Theatre for
At Annual Presentation Pa rt students and guests. ,
Students eligible for honor roll listing must have a 2.0
grade point average and be carrying at least 14 hours of
Fall semester honor roll students are recognized at the annual presentation ceremony Feb. 19.
Home Economics students assist Mary Ann Bippes Con ladderl with Miss Charm
dance decorations. The annual affair, attended by some 60 SACsters and
dates, featured a Valentine theme.
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Carol Bee inger
amed M'ss Charm
Nurse Chosen Most Charming
For Second Consecutive Year
A cocktail hour in the Student Center lobby kicked off Charm Week Feb. 8.
Delores Eggemeyer, Brenda Gary, Betty Sweet, Pat Wynne and Bonnie Tinsley
were among the 25 candidates and club presidents attending.
Miss Mayme Colson Mrs. A. J. Presson
"Keys to Charm" "Clothes That Make the Woman"
Carol Beesinger, Shannon nursing student, stepped
through a large valentine at the rear of the red-white, Cupid-
heart-filled cafeteria to be crowned Miss Charm of 1960.
This marked the second consecutive year that a nurse cap-
tured the Charm title.
Other candidates included Evelyn Adams, Lynda An-
drews, Carol Clark, Marydith George, Linda Heath, Nancy
Horton, Ann Houston, Glenda Oliver, Betty Sweet, Bonnie
Tinsley and Pat Wynne.
Charm Week, launched Feb. 8 with a cocktail hour and
introduction of candidates, concluded Feb. 13 with a Valen-
tine Dance in the Student Center.
Charm activities included a nightly "Self Improvement
Workshopv featuring demonstrations and lectures on hair
styling, personality, grooming, fashions, speech, posture and
other points of charm.
Six of the Miss Charm contestants-Betty Sweet, Ann Houston, Pat Wynne, Bon
That Make the Woman."
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"Personality, lnc." "Hands That Hold the Keys
Mike Gieb assists Miss Joan Zesch, P. E. instructor, who arrives an the Center
Theatre stage to discuss "New Kicks For Lazy Bones."
nie Tinsley, Evelyn Adams and Marydith George-eye Jan Langley, modeling "Clothes
Music and Christmas festivity filled the air Saturday night, Dec. 19, as approximately 450 SACsters and dates turned out for the annual Mistletoe Ball
Holiday Season Crowded ith Act' 't'
Dr. Rosa Bludworth recites the story
of Christmas during the annual
school Christmas party.
SAC s Christmas activities were filled with traditions and ex
citement as students found their social calendars packed with
parties, dances, dinners, programs, carolling excursions and pack-
ing for that long-awaited trip home.
Men students laid aside levis and boots for suits or tuxes
Dec. 19. The occasion-the annual Mistletoe Ball. Hair fixing,
shoe shining, tux renting and suit cleaning, dance decorating,
corsage ordering and, of course, date acquiring were faced by
some 450 SACsters and dates who paraded into the candy-land
decorated Student Center at 8 p.m. to dance to the music of Bob-
by Guajardo and to see Don Herring and Betty Hill reign as
Mistletoe Ball King and Queen.
The annual school Christmas program Dec. 22 closing the
schoolis yule activities included Dr. Rosa Bludworth's delivering
the Christmas story as recorded in St. Luke. The college choir
and Ramhorn Band led the approximately 250 students and
faculty members attending through several carols as Student
Council prexy Albert Foster steadily climbed atop a step-ladder
to place the star on the Student Council-decorated tree top.
The real climax of the Christmas activities, however, came
with packing bags and "flying" home.
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Refreshmenfs for fhe occasion were prepared by faculty members and their wives.
enrolling iaunts, parties, dinners and dances prevailed throughouf the holi- Sophomores Don Herring and Belly Hill reign as King and Queen over
Y Season. the Mistletoe Ball.
Som Get Itg Som Don't---
Seldom unoccupied, the San
Angelo post office is the scene
of joy or disgust, depending up-
on the type of mail from home-
money order type or the "please
It's a place for mood. Before
the mail is distributed in boxes
students wait patiently or often
very impatiently. If the Wrong
type mail arrives, Mr. SA C
The person who did not get
letters is easily recognized by a
downcast, sullen look. If the
rnailmen brought good tidings,
however, he is in a jovial mood.
The traffic to the post office
is hurried. Those who get mail
creep away with their faces hid-
den behind pages of scribbling,
clashing with the in-coming cur-
rent of new post office patrons.
The down-trodden professor
emerges from the letter collect-
ing station ladden with circulars,
pamphlets, mail for his predeces-
sor of five C or sometimes 252
years past, bills and an occasion-
al personal letter. The waste
baskets are for his benefit.
The postman soon gets to
recognize all students by their
eye-balls as that is his view of
the scholar as he peers into the
pigeon hole boxes.
And the commotion Uncle
Sam caused on college campuses
when the postage rate went up
has never died down.
Freshman Brenda Gary sits quietly reading her mail, interrupting
the solitude with a short laugh. At a most inopportune moment
Jerr Wallace arrives on the scene and makes a fruitless attempt
to take a peek.
The post office window opens for a host of eager letter-seekers. SAC students,
as well as Angeloans from the College Hills area, may either rent boxes or pick
up mail general delivery.
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Ag students Hilbern Briscoe, Don Herring and Jimmy Sherrin poini out good
and bad points while judging a desirable hereford on the college farm.
As Jimmy Sherrin considers fhe '
of a hereford, Hilbern Briscoe
the points on his chart.
Manley Holmes and Jimmy Sherrin fest the loin of a ewe before they make
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Edwin Dubose fstandingj and Jerry Baird Ckneelingj pause during iudg-
ing fo look at a hereford calf.
prooches o hereford on the college far
good ond bod points of the stock.
Judging Team Drills
Like the band, Ramettes, athletic teams and other per-
forming groups on the campus, the SAC livestock judging
team spends countless hours behind the scenes getting ready
for the performance. Itis hours of tedious practice that pre-
cedes the spotlight.
One of the less publicized, the judging team is always a
top contender in competition at livestock judging events
over the state. Often winner of Tarleton, Abilene and Hous-
ton shows, the SACsters compete with leading Texas colleges.
Headed by Edwin DuBose, instructor in agriculttue, this
year's team includes Milton Mow, jerry Baird, jimmy Sherrin,
Don Herring, Gene VV eyerts, Hilbern Briscoe, Manley
Holmes, Maurice Soirells, Orvil Wright, Stevens Benton,
Bud Poage, and Tommy Love.
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as to size and quality of stock
before deciding on score.
Milton Mow, ag student, guoges
the depth and width of a hereford
no bigger than he.
Agricultural teacher Edwin DuBose appears to be a little apprehensive as he up- Jerry Baird checks fl-ie widgh gf Q
m. Actually he is pointing out some of the hereford bull during judging.
Hilbern Briscoe, left, and Don Herring note the length, density and fine-
ness of the wool before making a decision.
Mrs. Sue Lubke, one of the residents of Marriedville, playfully checks her son
Lynn, five months olcl when photo was taken.
Lead Double Life
This is Marriedville, population 28 and increasing. Such
settlements are rare on a two-year college campus. Three of
the structures house married college students, while another
is set aside for faculty use. Many moved into the college
housing while construction was still underway in September.
In Marriedville live special students, those combining
marriage with college. Characteristic of Marriedville are
clothes lines for diapers, community type meals and coopera-
tive study programs.
School takes a lot of teamwork for these students, and
the Mrs. can help in typing, drilling, and encouraging. Those
who have no children often babysit so others can enjoy an
The collegians are willing to share knowledge to help
each other in schoolwork, and the housewives are constantly
exchanging recipes for better meals.
XVhile most college ajoesv may select their own hours for
study, here in Marriedville it's left up to "junior," Often in
the "wee" hours of morning, Dad may be seen walking the
bedroom circle, holding the younger set.
Life is like that in Marriedville.
Often study hogs whut's left of the leisure time. Housewives, like
Sue, frequently become secretaries at term paper time.
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Mrs. Ollie Wynne and Jimmy Wynne wait as Mrs. Lubke Cholcling Lynnj
curves pie with the free hand.
Ray Lubke und Jim Wynne pool knowledge in an attempt to solve a mothe
el Richardso b kt e clerk, insists on cash, 1' activity cords from
rles Pcxrreff o d B d Gar .
Campus Resident Finds Different Life
Beds to make, clothes to wash, dates to get,
socials to attend --- all become part of his world
C H ll's continuous busy signal irrifcies Ronnie Cook.
The chow line takes shape as noon approaches. An estimated 550 SACsters, 'H 'V
missing that "good 'ol home cookin'," filed through the cafeteria daily. fs
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Bridge games, as played in the Student Center lobby, can be most exciting
when a woman gets the bid.
Frankie Swanson is among the many college students faced with those Mon-
day wush day blues.
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After 6 p,m. as the sun goes down and lights
come on, students prepare for an evening of
Working, dating, relaxing.
As night comes, classes are just beginning for
many students and others, finding long overdue studying
for that important test tomorrow, spend
the evening combing material.
Many SACsters are lured by athletic events as they file
to the football bowl and later in the year switch to the Ram
"Memorial', gymnasium to view the "Blond Bombers" in action.
Some find their evenings spent rehearsing for the upcoming
play while still others attend social and club parties and meetings
Men students visit Carr Hall
to fetch that important date as their colleagues flock
to the Ram Room for an evening of dancing, ping pong,
coffee drinking, and domino and card playing.
After good nights are said, one can still find
card and cramming sessions continuing in the rnen's dorm
as the coeds engage in beauty-making techniques
and latest gossip.
But the night is practically over and tomorrow . . .
classes . . . classes
. . . classes.
A time exposure by the camera shows' afier six
acfivify on the campus as automobile headlights
mark The paihs. Siudenfs climb ouf las shown by
the jerky motion of the cars in the foregroundj and
scamper for the night class session.
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Introduction of pledges and dates at the Presentation Dance represents night society after six.
Glenda Cook checks
out of Carr Hall un-
der the watchful
eyes of Mrs. Violet
Morrow, dorm clirec-
tor, as date Jerry
rightl go through the
motions of arousing
The college professor
has competition - that
of television with such
personalities as Matt
Dillon, Perry Mason,
Garry Moore and com-
pany. They're a real
challenge to the after-
study session. VVhen
the picture tube blows,
however, the classes are
filled again, grades im-
prove, reports are made,
etc. The college profes-
sor leotures on - with
all picture tubes aglow.
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Television viewers Brod Henley and Jimmy Davee
Students flock to the Ram Room snack bar for ca quick sund-
wich and coffee, before offending their second round of night
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as poll keepers, punch activity cards and officially initial the ballots.
Eleanor Simpson and Evelyn Adams look over pictures of all coeds before
making their decisions for Most Photogenic.
lmpatient hounds plague the pollkeeper during the voting rush.
Pat Wynne serves as poll keeper while students vote in the schoolwide elec
tion for Student Council officers.
Campaign posters cover the walls around the polls where Lynn Herring marks
Margo Kirkham finds "out-of-doors" ideal 'For class preparation.
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Dan Griffin STUDIES.
Phi Theta Kappa president, Johnny Bailey, en-
ioys the quiet and solitude of the college library.
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SACs1'ers gaiher in the new Student Center reading room io "pool" fheir knowledge.
Drama maior Sylvia Roach, finding that rehearsals take much of her study- Late hours are experienced by Ellen Fowler and Toby McAnally as they cram
ing time, reads as she awaits her cue. for that ever-important test.
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Roberta Newell concentrates amid Ram Room
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. . . but there are problems involved in
1. There's the bookstore clerk Who
Won't give the full price even though the
text was never opened.
2. English wonit count as a foreign
3. It's hard to find enough words for
a 10,000 word theme.
4. Finals are rough, especially when
16 weeks have gone by without studying.
5. Class lectures are Worthless with a
distracting blonde nearby.
6. There's the professor who makes an
assignment and then rushes to the library
to check out the only reference book.
7. Students donit speak to teachers
when grades are posted.
8. Itls hard to get the professor to
raise a "zero" grade to an "F,"
Despite what has been said about
learning while sleeping, many students
have disproved this theory by snoozing
through classes W i t h o u t absorbing
Dorm phone is media used by Sonia Jacobsen in
uproar. getting those "right" answers.
Rein - - Snow . . .
Sleef . . . Sand , . ,
Weather Plays Important Role At SAC
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Wayne Agee finds that all is not lost with snow on the ground as he cools
his coffee with pieces of the icy stuff. SACsters had trouble keeping ice
from coating windshields.
San Angelo College students were the victims of West
Texas weather in its rarest form this year. Rain, sleet, snow
dust, hot, cold were part of the 1959-60 atmosphere. Al
though the ice and snow was measured with one-inch rulers,
the frigid conditions stalled cars, iced windshields and caused
a few snowball conflicts. Some commuters suffered as roads
were temporalily closed in the West Texas area due to icy
In true Texas fashion, the ternperatrue often dropped
from the near 90 mark to the low 30's as quick as a juke-
box record, causing students to discard the spring frocks for
the moth-balled winter clothing. A couple of times snow
accompanied the falling temperatures, and with snow, natur-
ally, snowball fights followed. The favorite battleground was
between Carr Hall and the Student Center. Here the unsus-
pecting coed, making her way to a hot meal in the cafeteria,
became a prime target.
But soon along came the spring sun to get rid of the
sore throats and colds, only to give the college student spring
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Jerry Harris, Susan Stephens, Pat Wynne, Toby McAnally, David Norred. SECOND ROW: John lochaby, Dale Henson, Tom Price.
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"America Reading the Paper." ,
Jerry Harris ..
David Norred .
Nell Watkins . .
Ierald Martin . .
Mr. Guy Horton
student council representative
Left to righf: Wayne Sfephens, Cimron Campbell, Donald Roach, Homer Don Williams Mr Joe Gabriel sponsor Harold Wills Loyd Morris Dwyane Seagler
Q Don Gill ..
Q Harold Wills .
Q Clarence Cahill
Homer Don Williams
Dwyane Seagler . . .
Cimron Campbell . . . student council
. .. secretary
Members of the Veieran's Club dust The moth balls
from Tom Dooley as they bring him out 'For anoiher
FRONT ROW, left to right: Janet Randolph, Janelle Benson, Elizabeth Cason, Lynda Dudley, Joy Lowry, Shari Arvedson. SECOND ROW: Roberta Wat-
ters, Nell Watkins, Janet Brown, Judy Keller, Coline Duer, Barbara Laird, Eleanor Simpson. THIRD ROW: Betty Pearce, Arnie Westbrook, Dorothy Smith,
Barney Jefferson, Donna Gregory, Eddie Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Coplen, Richie McClure, Albert Foster, Ronald Williams, Don Martin, Leasel Richardson.
Q Shari Arvedson . .
Q Don Martin . ..
Q Eleanor Simpson ..
Q Richie McClure
Q Nancy Horton
Q Judy Loyd ..
Q Elaine Augustinus ..
Q Dr. Merial Stuart . . .
Richie McClure and Elaine Augustinus.
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. . parliamentartan
. . sponsor
SAC's delegation to the annual spring S.N.E.A. convention in San Antonio
included Eleanor Simpson, Shari Arvedson, Mary Beth Dudley, Albert Foster,
Don Martin and Dr. Merial Stuart, sponsor. Attending but not pictured were
Q Ioe Morales
Q Bob Leidecker
Q Wilma Conway . .
Q Bill Lively
Q Herbert Munson
. . president
. . secretary-treasurer
student council representative
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Q Mr. Glenn Casey and Mr. Oscar Dorsey . ,. .. sponsors
Lenore Loeffler, Pat Baldwin and Bob Leidecker register physics
teachers at a 'Fall workshop held in the Student Center.
SITTING ON WALL, lett to right: Wilma Conway, Beverly Taylor, Jan Vander Stucken, Pat Wynne, Kellene Mclean, Linda Peel, Mr. Oscar Dorsey, sponsor.
ON STEPS, bottom to top: Nick Rakagis, Billy lively, Herbert Munson, Dan McGIaun, Claude Stites, Joe Morales, Mr. Glenn Casey, sponsor.
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Vondell Brinson. SECOND ROW: Ann Carson, .loy Eoff, Rosalie Zomarippa, Barbara Fritter, Nancy Wilson, Pat Speck, Wilma Figueroa, Frances Hartmann, Margo
Kirkham, Carolyn Edmondson. THIRD ROW: Rex Norris, Joe Crousen, Jimmy Sherrin, Jimi Davee, Leroy Holcomb, Harold Farmer, James Barnett, Bill Stephens, Hil-
bern Briscoe, Jerry Batson. FOURTH ROW: Donald Cox, Rodney Franklin, Milton Mow, George Pooge, Don Herring, Korlos Bill Kothman, Walter Rodgers, Loyd
Morris, Kent Powell, Travis Jones, Pat Thompson, Alvin Atkinson.
Q Gene Weyerts .. .. president
Q Jerry Baird .. .. vice-president
Q Lenore Loeffler .. ,. secretary-treasurer
Q Milton Mow and Rod Franklin . . . . . parliamentarian
Q Sonny Richardson . . . . student council representative
Q Don Herring . . . . reporter
Q Mr. Edwin DuBose . .. . . sponsor
First semester Rodeo Club officers include fleft to right, Milton Mow,
Jerry Baird, Lenore Loeffler, Sonny Richardson, Gene Weyerts.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Marlene Rogers, Linda Heath, Barbara Webb, Lynda Andrews, Ann Houston, Mary Ann Bippes, Steve McElrath. SECOND ROW:
Becky Beckmann, Laura Forehand, Peggy Spencer, Sara Newby, Marion Mason, Brenda Grimsley, Melba Thompson, June Kinsey, Betty Sweet. THIRD ROW:
Roberta Watters, Ann Nesrsta, Kaye Ptluger, John Tennis, Susan Dean, Ted Gates, Freddie Alley, Dwight Gober, Wayne Roberts.
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Q John Tennis
Q Brenda Grirnsley ..
Q Steve McElrath ..
Q Lloyd Cameron .....
Q Mrs. Tincie Heddins
Art Club homecoming parade creation depicts non-conforming beats en-
ioying poetry and coffee.
. . . president
SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS-FRONT ROW, left to right: Virginia Wilson, Bonnie Tinsley lstudent council representativel, Linda Barnwell, Joy Lowry, Rosaura
Sanchez, Olga Bermea Qsecretary-treasurerj, Hilda Guerrero. SECOND ROW: Wilma Figueroa, Elizabeth Olivares, Jerry Saunders, Don Moore, Eddie Sosa,
Albert Foster, Luis Gomez, Albert Gonzales, Bobby Wilson, David Alexander ivice-presidentj, Marvin Sapaugh fpresidentl. THIRD ROW: Paul Christian,
Charles Thornton, Leasel Richardson, Don Gill, Homer Don Williams, Jack Young, Toby McCleney, Dr. Lewis Fraser, sponsor.
Modern Languages Club
FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS-FRONT ROW, left to right: Joanie Crews, Patsy Taylor lsecretary-treasurerj, Jolene Scott, Frances Barnett, Eleanor Simpson
lpresiclentl, Thelma Stanford, Elaine Augustinus. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Olivares, Sonia Jacobsen, Carmelita Schwertner, Judy Evridge, Annette Duncan,
Ann Blackard, Morydith George, M. V. Armour lvice-presidentj, Barney Jefferson, Charles Griggs Kstudent council representativej. THIRD ROW: Myra
Stovall, Gary Crecrth, Gene Lueders, Jimmy Nelson, Homer Williams, Larry Turney, Emory Price, Jerry Wallace, Gary Waren, Mike Schmickle, David Cox,
Jimmy Bullock, Bobby Broadway.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Melba Thompson, Delores Eggemeyer, Donna St. Cyr. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Bippes, Ann Walston, Ginger Rogers, Lynda
Andrews, Ann Houston, Peggy Spencer, Betty Sweet, Roberta Newell, Mrs. Allena Westerman, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Janelle Benson, Johanna Wilhelm,
Mona Schwertner, June Kinsey, Kaye Pfluger, Betty Pearce, Roberta Watters, Barbara Webb, Brenda Gary, Linda Heath.
Mary Ann Bippes, home economics student, models college coed attire
in the H.E.-sponsored orientation program.
Q Delores Eggemeyer ..
Q Linda Heath .. . .
Q Mary Ann Bippes ..
Q Ginger Rogers
Q Roberta Watters ..
Q Melbg Thompson . .. .. student council
Q Mrs. Allena Westei-man ..
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Q Evelyn Adams president
Q Kenneth Gideon .. vice-president
Q Ann Carson .. secretary
Qjudy Bm-rell . . . . treasurer
Q Katherine Schmidt .. student council representative
Q Glenda Cook .. reporter
Q Mr. Ralph Masterson .. .. sponsor
Commercial Club members Evelyn Adams, Kenneth Gideon, Judy Burrell, and
John May prepare a Christmas basket for a local needy family.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Judy Burrell, Nelda Craig, Kathryn Choate, Ann Carson, Virginia Ross. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ralph Masterson, sponsor,
Cox, Glenda Cook, Evelyn Adams, Bette Honea, Katherine Schmidt. THIRD ROW: Dale Henson, Gene Powell, Weldon Barron, Carl Brinegar, Harold
Tom Leatherwood, FOURTH ROW: Charles Jones, Kenneth Gideon, Loyd Morris.
The Ramhorn Band In co operation with the Ramettes presented half tlme GCTIVITIES and provxded colorful entertainment for local parades Band members lnclude
Square Brown Luls Cantu Jerry Carlmon Ann Carson Tommue Cornelws Donald Cox Donald Curfls Robert Davis Allen Duncan Royce Feaster Donna Gregory
Charles Gnggs Pat Henderson Dale Henson Bette Honea Glen Houck John Lochaby Wlllle Luedecke Charles Martinez Joe Morales James Porter Karan Porter
field Ann Powell John Powell Leasel Rlchardson Pat Rlnlc Eleanor Simpson Dorothy Smith Jerry Sportsman Eddie Taylor Charles Thornton Owen Wagner
Mitchell Watrous Arnie Lee Westbrook
Dxxlecats provlde 'azz musnc for Rom basketball games as well as for clvlc
organizations and school assemblies
Soundmg the tradmonal charge" trumpeteers John Lochaby, Don Curhs and
Wlllle Luedecke urge the Rams om
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Betty Sweet, Lynda Andrews, Annette Littleton, Micky Weaver, Billye DeLong, Jan Cates, Kellene McLean, Donna Williams, Judy Williams, Roberta Newell SECOND
ROW: Sylvia Roach, Sandra Johnson, Cynthia King, Bonnie Hite, Janie Westbrook, Sue Sanders, Linda Peel, Ann Carson, Judy Burrell, Judy Evndge Darlene
Braden, Drenna Pate, Susan Stephens, Kay Shafer, lenore Loeffler, Ann Cates, Doris Sparks, Pat Wynne. Lena Harper, Brenda Gary.
Miss Joan Zesch, Ramette choreographer and director, displays
excitement during a tense moment of a football game.
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Much To the delighf of spedafors and SACsfers, the Rumeftes add color fo the annual Homecoming Parade.
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Left fo right: Tempe Braden, Miichell Wairous, Kay Shafer, the Rev. C. E. Bludworfh, sponsor, Roberta Wafters, Jeannie Grauke, Robert Moore, Jerry Wol-
lace, Elaine Augusfinus, Natalie Hart, Evelyn Adams, Donna Williams, Nadine Harris.
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Q jerry Wallace . . . . . president
Q Jeannie Grauke .. .. vice-president
Q Natalie Hart . . . . secretary-treasurer
Q Kay Shafer . . .. student council representative
Q Rev. C. E. Bludworth . . . . . . sponsor
Jerry Wallace and Roberf Moore contact speakers for Religious Emphasis
Week as Jeannie Grauke and Elaine Augustinus prepare posters.
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The aim of the 1960 Ram-
bouillet is to present a year-
book that goes beyond the
traditional record of a college
year. To accomplish this feat,
the staff has dug through some
2,000 negatives to select die
ones to tell the 1960 San An-
gelo College story.
This year's book, largest ever
published at SAC, features the
"Sounds of SAC," an attempt
to give the reader something
to listen to as well as see.
This year marked the first
time that the activities were
shot, developed and printed in
the journalism department.
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section photos and Most Photo-
genie, all Work was done in the
joiunalism photo lab.
Gene Shuffield Freddy Hvfflf-On
class editor sports assistant
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Dr. .lack W. Huclgins, Jr., John Lochaby, Donna Gregory, Joe Moroles, Charles Griggs, Eddie Taylor, Allen Duncan, Jerry
Carlman. SECOND ROW: Tommie Cornelius, Pot Henderson, Charlie Martinez, Glen Houck, Royce Feaster, Squire Brown, Owen Wagner, Willie Luedecke
Dale Henson. THIRD ROW: Ann Powell, Arnie Lee Westbrook, Eleanor Simpson, Kent Powell, .lerry Sportsman, Mitchell Watrous, Don Curtis, Dorothy
Smith, Karan Porterfield, Pat' Rink, Robert Davis.
John Lochaby . . .
Ann Powell . . .
Joe Morales ..
Donna Gregory .
Charles Griggs .
Dr. Iack Hudgins
. . . reporter
student council representative
. . librarian
. . sponsor
Don Curtis, John Lochoby and Donna Gregory select music For a Phil
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Adams, Judy Jo-iner, Nancy Horton. SECOND ROW: Herbie Munson, Emory Price, Robert Moore, Lloyd Urban, Don Herring, Van Carson, Johnny Bailey,
David Alexander, Barney Jefferson, Squire Brown. Members not pictured include Byron Brafton, Ann Carson, Delfon Chesser, Sydney Cravens, Maurice
Marshall, Gilly Miller, Drenna Pafe, Janie Wesibrook, Pat Wicker, Leon Wyatt
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Q johnny Bailey , president 'Ei
Q Shari Awedson .. vice-president
Q Eleanor Simpson secretary
Q Herbert Munson treasurer
Q Pat Wicker . . . . . student council representative
Q Maurice Marshall .. . . reporter
Q Evelyn Adams .. historian
Q Dr. Rosa Bludworth . . . . . . sponsor
FRONT ROW, left fo right: Ann Houston, Pat Wynne, Shari Arvedson, Wy-
nona Hartman. SECOND ROW: Charles Griggs, Gerald Wilde, Jerry
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Q john Shedd .. .. . president
Q Randy Shenk vice-president
Q Carole Chaney .. secretary-treasurer
Q Janelle Attaway .. .. reporter
Q Charles Bright .. .. student council representative
Q Eddie Sosa . . . . . . parliamentarian
Q Mr. Joe Gabriel sponsor
Billie Childress and Darlene Braden register Texas high school sfudenfs
attending SAC's D.E. Adivify Day.
FRONT ROW, left fo right: Donna Coward, Darlene Braden, Janelle Affaway. SECOND ROW: Tom Taylor, Dean Eubanks, Richard Laakman, Albert Gon-
zales, Jack Powell, Kenneth Grosshans, Wayne Stephens, Charles Ridgeway, Linda Moncrief, Deanous Lindemann, Carole Chaney, Mr. Joe Gabriel, sponsor.
THIRD ROW: Tom Chapman, Bobby Wilson, Randy Shen-k, Bobby Cowley, Roberi' Davis, Winston Sosebee, Eddie Sosa, Mickey Jawers, Charles Brighi,
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr. R. B. Dooley, sponsor, .lim Davee, Jimmy Sherrin, Hilbern Briscoe, Jerry Batson, Gary Kelton, Perry Jones. SECOND ROW:
Dennis Schroeder, Maurice Sorrells, Manley Holmes, Jack Kirkpatrick, Tommy Love, Delbert Holcomb, Mr. Edwin DuBose, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Bud Poage,
Wayne Drennan, Neville Smart, Milton Mow, Pot Thompson, Wayne Oliver, Don Herring.
A ram is seen standing over the prostrate body of an iniured Del Mar
Viking on the Concho Aggie float in the SAC homecoming parade.
Don Herring .. .. president
jerry Batson .. vice-president
jim Davee .. secretary-treasurer
Milton Mow . . . . . student council representative
Hilbern Briscoe . . . . reporter
Mr. R. B. Dooley and Mr. Edwin DuBose . sponsors
FRONT ROW, left to right: Richard Thomas, Coy Garrett, Tommy Kidd, Lloyd Urban, Travis Pfluger, Freddy Spiller, Robert Janelc. SECOND ROW: Wayne
Von Goten, Robert Moore, Carol Clark, Judy Evridge, Kristine Hanson, Victor Jackson, Juan lberra, Elberto lopez. THIRD ROW: Robert Thompson, Joe Bare,
Robert Rutherford, David Herreman, Kenneth Graham, Squire Brown, David Alexander. BACK ROW: Mr. Cass Archer, sponsor, Eugene Crouch, Gilly Miller,
Johnny Bailey, Tommy Atkins, Garry Creath, Shultz Hadley, Mr. J. D. Davis, sponsor.
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Q Robert Moore .. .. president
Q Tommy Atkins .. .. vice-president
Q Garry Creath . . , . . program chairman
Q Carol Clark .. secretary
Q Gilly Miller .. ..Ff. .. treasurer J
Q Richard Thomas .. reporter
Q David Alexander .... student council representative
Q Mr. Cass Archer and Mr. I. D. Davis ..... sponsors I '-fr N' of inf "L, H ' ,,-. A i "'4'if-- "
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Gilly Miller smiles as if he might be able to solve the problem which seems
to confuse Tommy Atkins and Robert Moore.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Donna Williams, Jennifer Soar, Tom Chapman, Clarence Cahill. SECOND ROW: James Wimberley, Sonia Jacobsen, John .E. Tennis,
Carol Pressley, Rex Norris.
Q Marvin Sapaugh
Q Shari Arvedson ..
Q Sylvia Roach
Q Iames Wimberley
Q Gene Lueders ..
student council representative
.. . reporter
FRONT ROW, left to right: Marvin Sapaugh, Pat Wynne. SECOND ROW
Carolyn Nixon, Kathryn Choate, Kay Kennemer, Mr. Don Irwin, sponsor.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Evelyn Adams, Sergi Heideman, Maudie Ann Kolb, M. V. Armour. SECOND ROW: Ginger Rogers, James Nelson, Annette Duncan,
Gene Lueders, Sylvia Roach.
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Sylvia Roach, Buddy Brown, Shari Arvedson.
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Fraternity members Jerry Wallace, portraying the role of a detective in
"Angel Street," and Sylvia Roach, the victimized wife, rehearse during
the first theatre-in-the round production.
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Attending the annual Presentation Dance Feb. 6 are Sigma Chi member!
CFRONT ROW, left to rightl Judy Burrell, Frances Barnett, Roberta Watters
Cynthia King, Ann Cates, Jan Gates, Virginia Ross. BACK ROW: Jennife
Soar, Hilda Guerrero, Shari Arvedson, Evelyn Adams, Donna St. Cyr, Ginge
Rogers, Ann Carson, Kay Kennemer.
Student Council representative
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Mrs. Gaynelle Simmons
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Frances Burnen Judy Burrell Ann Carson
Ann Cates Jan Coles Hilda Guerrero
. Kay Kennemer Cymhiu King
Donna Williams Joanie Schwartz
president vice-president, second
semester, pledge trainer
Lambda Tau members attending the formal Presentation Dance include IFRONT ROW,
,, left to right, Carol Pressley, Linda Heath, Kay Carter, Myra Stovall, Natalie Hart,
Judy Loyd, Brenda Gary, Drenna Pate, Wilma Figueroa, Judy Williams, Donna
- Williams, Betty Sweet, Nadine Harris. BACK ROW: Sherre McClung, Sylvia Roach,
Margo Kirkham, Kaye Pfluger, Joanie Schwartz, Janie Westbroow, Ann Powell,
Janet Brown, Kay Shafer, Susan Stephens, Lynda Andrews, Pat Wynne, Barbara
Laird, Jeannie Grauke, Miss Dora Mae Kelly.
Pat Baldwin linda Heath
Pat Wynne Susan Stephens
Student Council Representative, parliamentarian, historian
Lynda Andrews Janet Brown Kay Carter
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Lambda Tau Sororit
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1959 RAM SQUAD-FIRST ROW, left to right: Emmitf Jamison, Jerry Wallace, Allen Jourdan, Don Casey, Gary Ingram, Tom Bailey, Joe Crousen, Ray Sewalt Jerry
Squyres, Tommy Jones, Coach Wade Turner. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Buddy Horn, Jimmy Wolters, Bobby Goswick, Ken Wiginton, Tommy Kidd, Kenneth Johnson Jimmy
Petty, Bob Bedell, Kirby Groves, Ken Fuqua, George Fugift, Dickie Martin, R. Lee Brown, manager. LAST ROW: Coach Phil George, Cormon Henderson, Jerry Taylor
Glen Noble, Jerald Martin, Gary Woren, Joe Gary, Jackie Probsf, Tom Pate, Billy Bob Holden, Ralph Dankworfh, Toby McCleney, Dave Mangan, Bobby Walker
Robert Hardin, Coach Max Bumgardner.
In the 1959 grid season, the Rams played nine games
and won four and lost five. The Rams got off to a good
start by winning their first two games, but the luck must
have run out. Following the two wins, the Rams dropped
three straight conference games to Cameron, Victoria and
Del Mar before getting by Tarleton State.
The largest victory margin of the year for the Rams
was the Hardin-Simmons game where the Rams mauled
the Buttons 40-0. The hardest game of the year to lose
was the New Mexico Military non-conference game in
which Kirby Groves made more yards rushing than the
entire New Mexico team. The SAC footballers led in every
department but the score. The final outcome of the New
Mexico game was NMMI 14 and SAC 13.
In the last game of the year Wharton dropped the Rams
14-O. The game was scheduled to have been played early in
the season but due to a flood was reset to a later date.
During the '59 season the Rams played in many different
types of weather. In the Tarleton game, for example, the
struggle was complete with cold, rain and fog.
Paris junior College
George Fugitf, ihird team all-conference
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Opening the 1959 football season the San Angelo
College Rams traveled to Athens to dish out a second
half defeat to the Henderson County Cardinals.
Trailing 22-8 at half-time, the Rams stormed back in
the third quarter for three touchdowns and a fourth in
the final stanza to win 34-24.
Big man in the scoring column for the night was
fullback Dickie Martin who crossed the Cardinals
double line for two TDS. Paving the way for Ram ball
carriers were Ken Fuqua, David Mangan, Emmitt Jami-
son and joe Crousen. Martin and Fuqua were named
Most Valuable Players for the Henderson County game.
The Rams won their second game of the year the
hard way by coming from behind in the second half,
defeating the Paris Dragons 20-9. Little scatback Gary
Ingram broke loose and rambled 35 yards on a double
reverse to start the scoring. From then on there was
no stopping the Rams as they marched on for two
touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Cameron State Aggies handed the Rams their first
Pioneer Conference loss 14-6 in Lawton, Okla. Scoring
the lone tally in the first quarter for SAC was Dickie
Martin. The game was the Rams until the fourth quar-
ter when the Aggies pushed over two touchdowns.
99" c"59Yf halfback Bobby Goswlck quarterback Bob Bedell end
gig, . .H wal' if
NMMI finds Kirby Groves likes to run as he gives "piggy-back" rides fo un-
identified opponents. Groves gained more yards on the ground than the
whole New Mexico team. Emmiff Jamison of the Rams moves in to assist
Victoria's mighty Pirates mauled San Angelo Col-
lege's Rams at Victoria. Rusty Russell's Powerful Pirates
soundly whipped the Rams to the tune of 36-0.
Although failing to score himself, Bill Richardson,
speedy Pirate tailback, played a major role in the vic-
tory. Richardson picked up a grand total of 165 yards
running and passing. Victoria showed an awesome dis-
play of sheer power in the second half.
At one time in the fourth quarter, the San Angelo
team reached the Victoria 4-yard marker but couldrft
muster enough strength to push over.
The Pirates scores came one in the second quarter,
twice in the third quarter, and twice in the final period.
The first TD came with one second left in the first
half. Ioe Novotny brought the fans to their feet when
he hit Richard Kiett with a pass in the end zone. Joe
Boggs kicked the extra point.
Gary Ingram, halfback
Ken Wrgmton quarterback
Bob Hardin, halfback
Jen-y Wallace, guard Ray Sewalf, tackle Dickie Marlin, fullback
Del Mar ikings
The undefeated Del Mar came through with a
21-6 victory over the SAC Rams as a homecoming crowd
of 4,000 looked on.
Linebacker Joe Gary blocked a Viking punt on the
Del Mar 12, and end Frank Gregory picked up the loose
ball and zipped across for SAC's lone 6 points. Un-
defeated Del Mar won the Pioneer Conference.
The Wharton County Pioneers defeated the Rams
in their last game of the 1959 football season 14-0. The
Pioneers were the defending Pioneer Conference Cham-
pions, but failed to make the grade this year.
The Wharton contest was scheduled earlier in the
season but was reset due to a down pour of rain in
Billy Bob Holden shuffles for ca pass during the Paris Jr. College ga
The Rams won 20-9.
Ralph Dclnkworih tackle
Hardin Simmons Buttons
Three fourth quarter touchdown passes by freshman
quarterback Ken VViginton aided the San Angelo College
Rams in plastering the Hardin-Simmons Buttons 40-0.
jackie Probst, Kirby Groves and Bob Hardin were re-
sponsible for three earlier tallies.
VViginton's touchdown tosses to Toby McCleney, Allen
Iourdan and Jim Petty converted the gridiron into a race
track in the fourth period.
The Buttons threatened only once as they reached the
Ram three before being halted by such defensive stalwarts
as Tom Pate, Dave Mangan, Ralph Dankworth, George
Fugitt, joe Cary and Frank Gregory.
SAC,s hard rushing defensive line hampered HSU's
punting game, blocking three for the night.
The Rams hit pay dirt the first time they got the ball,
driving 77 yards in 10 plays. Groves, who collected a net
total of 97 yards, made the score from 23 yards out.
Bob Bedell blocked the second of three Button punts
to start the second march. Probst was responsible for the
score on a 10-yard roll out to the right.
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Probstfonnected with three TD tosses to give the Rams
a 19-7 victory over the Farmers. Toby McCleney, Tom
Pate and Cary Ingram were on the receiving end of Probst's
passes. Tommy Kidd kicked the only PAT for the Rams.
New Mexico Military
New Mexico Military Institute shocked the Rams 14-13
the week following the Tarleton contest. San Angelo led in
every department but the scoring. The Rams gained a total
of 497 yards to the visitors' 196.
Kirby Groves of the Rams was the leading ground-
gainer of the day with 195 yards rushing, 79 more than that
picked up by the entire NMMI team.
Scoring TDS for SAC were Groves and Don Casey.
At right Gary Wcren confers confidentially with Couch Wade Turner
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Season Basketball Record
SAC 83 ......................... Coodfellow AFB 68
SAC 81 . . . Schreiner Institute 92
SAC 61 ..... Howard County 83
SAC 57 ........ Odessa College 72
SAC 75 . . . Hardin-Simmons "B" 84
SAC 83 ...... Odessa College 60
SAC 78 .... Decatur Baptist 56
SAC 74 ........ Clarendon 63
SAC 62 ..... Howard County 77
SAC 70 . . . Schreiner Institute 57
SAC 63 . . . Howard County 55
SAC 75 .... Tarleton State 69
SAC 66 . . . Victoria College 51
SAC 82 .... Abilene Christian 88
SAC 92 . . . Hardin--Simmons "Bn 51
SAC 69 .... Del Mar College 61
SAC 69 ..... Wharton County 65
SAC 60 . . . Howard Payne "B" 49
SAC 78 .... Cameron State 89
SAC 93 . . . Coodfellow AFB 73
SAC' 61 .. . VVharton County 59
SAC 65 ..... Victoria College 50
SAC 61 ....... Del Mar College 67
SAC 98 .... Abilene Christian "B" 84
SAC 79 ......... Tarleton State 62
SAC 57 . . . Howard Payne "B" 85
SAC 61 ..... Cameron State 49
SAC 100 ......... Clarendon 73
SAC 79 .... Amarillo College 70
SAC 74 .... Howard County 75
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Members of the 1959-60 Pioneer Conference
championship team are KFRONT ROW, Billy
Davis, Bubba Bailey, Mack McCoulskey,
Charles Bright, Jim Tomlinson, Steve Deal,
manager: IBACK ROWJ Coach Phil George,
David Mangan, Richard Mallory, William Keel,
Tom Taylor, Jerry Ray.
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County game at Central high gym. SAC won 63-55,
A Season's Glance
too heavy. Some took permanent vacations, but those who
Abilene Christian "B" told the Rams C88-82D that their
defense had weaknesses at Abilene. With this bit of helpful
information, the Rams took Hardin-Simmons "B" 92-52, Del
Mar College 69-61, and Wharton County 69-65 in Ram Me-
morial gym before the scheduled trip north of the Red River.
Big Pied I Cameron State of Lawton, Okla.Q invited
San Angelo to come north. The Rams found the Aggies liked
the home court too Q 89-781. As a result of this win, Cameron
started polishing the conference crown. Del Mar didnlt like
the situation so the Vikings gave the Aggies-well, anyway,
Del Mar upset the Cameron team, 57-54, and as a result
SAC became a tide contender.
Back from Oklahoma, the Georgemen rested with a
93-73 win over Goodfellow AFB before calling on a few
friends down south-VVharton, Victoria and Del Mar.
The friends down south turned out to be not so friendly
as the SACsters squeezed by Wharton, 61-59, and Victoria,
65-50. In continuing the trip up ulcer alley, the Rams needed
a Win over Del Mar for a clear-cut title. The Vikings, how-
ever, all scored in double figures for a 67-61 victory.
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Halftime activities at many of the Ram games featured performances lay the Rametfes, drill team.
A Season's Glance
In the Regional finals, the Rams met rival Howard
County and the outcome of the game meant a trip to the
national tourney. Last year the same situation existed, and
SAC stole the ticket with a one point victoly over the Jay-
hawks. Ironically enough, the pass went to HCIC this year
by a one point decision, 75-74. Two Rams, Bubba Bailey
and Richard Malloy, were named to the all-tourney team.
Thus, the Rams wound up season play with a 20 win, 10
loss record but needed one point to enter the national
Coach George told local fans at the first of the season
that he would promise only one thing-that the team would
show up for each of the scheduled games. But in the final
analysis, itis apparent he did more than that.
Coach Phil George ended his 10th successful season
Spectators turn from the game to waich the Dixie Cai band, CI consistent per-
former of ha-me games.
One of the favorite acts of the Rclmehes was the "Sleigh Ride" dance routine shown here.
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Holtman, Bennie Kalina, Owen Wagner, manager, IBACK ROWl Coach Milton Rathbone, Mickey M4:Grew, Rock Johnson, Delbert Wilson, Drue Houghton, Tom
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Cheerleaders Nancy Rink and Katherine Schmidt plan cheering strategy, but the fans
have their own thoughts. Imagine passing a "hot dog" down that line.
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Ram football fans ride the rail nn one of the tougher plays from scrimmage Col'-'Cl'l 5Um9U"dne" on 'he Hdellne
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easily excited lady who spends her time
standing, the "hot dog" that must be
passed down the crowded row, the kids
who had rather pillow fight than Watch
the game, the airplanes that keep sky-
writing directly over the field, the
hundreds of small or large or medium
sized cars waiting outside the gate, the
drummer in the band who wants to be
heard, and so forth.
The demands of sports has caused him
never to be satisfield with just the game
being played on the field. Thanks to
today's magic, he can watch the Rams
while the pocket radio brings news of
the sports spectacles from far away
With the final whistle he darts for
the gate, stiff-arming others along the
way. Safely in his road-racing machine,
he shows the pedestrians how the half-
back should have maneuvered himself.
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SAN ANGELO TEXAS I S. Fillmore Phone 6534
ANGELO SPORTING GOODS
RAWLINGS WILSON SPALDING
And a host of other
National Adverrised Sporting Goods
Wholesale and Retail were AWS HBPPY 'O See You
VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER
"The Store of Professional Service"
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SAN ANGELO, -:- TEXAS
Phono 4254 - Night 4275
GENERAL BOAT REPAIR
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ABILENE, -:- TEXAS
Phone OR 3 2537
'I4 NORTH CAMPUS BLVD. PHONE 25610
THE jllagg PUBLISHING coMPANY
2601 Sherwood Way San Angelo, Texas
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
C. H. MOSS, Owner
BILL JONES' DRIVE-IN
Come By and 1313 W. Beauregard
Try Our Food Phone 2-2733
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24-26 W. Beauregard Dial 4161
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
Chase Holland, Jr. I. J. C. Holland
7 So. Chadbourne
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
Distinctive Jewelry-Exclusive Gift Creations
JEWELERS IN WEST TEXAS
ll W. Beauregard Phone 3135
MOTOR CO.. INC
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Kuppenheimer Clothes - McGregor Sportswear SAN ANGELO' TEXAS
P. O. Box I270 30 West Beauregard
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
523 WEST BEAUREGARD
P.O. Box 1583 San Angelo, Texas
209 E t B k St. Brownwood, Texa
Phone Milton 5-2751
Next Door To I.uby's
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Foreign Economy And Sports Cars
Box 990 I8 South Oakes Telephone 25313
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
LARK BY STUDEBAKER
FINE IMPORTED CARS
109-'III N. Chudbourne Sun Angelo, Texas
Illllge WATCH REPAIRING
Next door to the
225 S. Chodbourne Phone 7668
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
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On Your Rapid Expansions
Supply Co., Inc.
425 N. Randolph Dial 9164
P. O. BOX 30 402 W. BEAUREGARD
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
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ADAMS ABSTRACT COMPANY
Abstracts, Title Insurance and General Title Service
Phone 4188 28 E. Twohig Avenue
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
To the San Angelo College graduates of 1960
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PHONO RECORD STAMPS REDEEMABLE IN
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SAN ANGELO COLLEGE . . .
Our sincere appreciation for the privilege given us
in making the photographs coniained in this book.
"MAKERS OF FINE PORTRAlTS"
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
To The Students of
Son Angelo College
Our sincere appreciation for the privilege given us in making the
photographs contained in this book
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THE HOUSE OF HOLLYWOOD CLOTHES
BLAKE DUNCAN COMPANY
"Now at two convenient locations"
Blake's 'I27 S Chaclbourne
For Men Phone 24545
109 A-West Beau 24546
THE sHoPPlNG selzvlcs THAT coMEs TO Youn Home CONGRATULATIONS!
SINCE 1868 BRAKE 81 WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIALISTS
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422 N. Bell Telephone 23488
SAN ANGELO, TEXAS
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"Fast Efficient Service"
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SUNSHINE GROCERY DEL-TEX
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FIRST SAVINGS-and LOAN
ROBERT MASSIE FURNITURE COMPANY
MIDJXIESTMDTDRS AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
Twohig and 'Randolph Telephone 3161
San Angelo, Texas
SAN ANGELO BUSINESS COLLEGE
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435 W. Concho Ave. Phone 22466
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KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE
See us first for Prompt, Accurate and Courteous
Service on Abstracts and Ttitle Insurance of All
Acreage and City Property in Tom -Green County,
215 South Irving Street
San Angelo, Texas
P. 0. Box 150 Phone 6548
Sticks and stones are shoved aside at San
Angelo College to make room for progress. Such
growth comes through those who support SAC
and its activities.
A good example are the merchants of San
Angelo. These businessmen believe in the col-
lege. A prime example is the support ffinancialj
they give the student publications. In turn we can
help these businessmen by visiting their stores
and letting them know their help is appreciated.
nmngr out In The
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Freeland Shopping Center
50" A"9el0, Texas Telephone 2-5541
BALDWIN PIANOS AND ORGANS
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McMILLAN MUSIC STORE
Sheet Music - Band Instruments
I4 E. Harris Phone 4215
"Let's All Grow With San Angelo College"
7 - 10
3024 N. Chadbourne 5383
Barnes 8. Co.
San Angelo, Texas
29 W. BEAUREGARD PHONE 6915
A Complete Shop
For Smart Westerners'
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For leather . . . any kind . . . Everytime!
School Notebooks-Billfolds-Riding Equipment
Belts Pu rses Novelties
Football fan Mickey Jowers takes time out for applying
make-up. fFor more sport fan antics see pages 'IS2-183.1
K. T. Guantt Owners C. W. Wagner
QUICK SERVICE - REASONABLE RATES
Water Heater Repair
421 South Oakes St.
Phone 3570 - Night 9216
Serving San Angelo College . .
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COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE
FOR PERSONALIZED SERVICE CALL
DAY 5162 NIGHT 23-1741
WESTERN ELECTRIC MOTORS
BELTS B: PULLEYS
MOTORS 8: CONTROLS
REWINDING 8: REPAIRING
FRANK RICHARDSON 2621 N. RANDOLPH
OWNER SAN ANGELO. TEXAS
Up to the Minute Hair Styling
by Modern Hair Stylists
Ricci's Beauty Center
PQl'fer Hendefsgn 1518 W. Beauregard
Implement COITIPUHY Sdn Angelo. Texas
702-706 S. Oakes Phone 6185
CHAIR FASHION CENTER OF WEST TEXASJ
Helping SAC Grow
WARNER CDNSTRUCTION COMPANY
Association ol: lnclepenclent Insurance' Agents lmw-eL6Ellr
Adams Insurance Agency
Blumentritt Insurance Agency
Cortese Real Estate 8. Insurance
Dorrance-Wunderl Insurance Agency
George Insurance Agency
Goss Dallas Insurance Agency
Grinnan 81 Figuers Insurance Agency
Grisham Insurance Agency
Haralson D L Insurance Agency
Harris C O Real Estate 8. Insurance
Horton Yaggy 81 Kenley
Hoyt C E 8g Co.
Hughes 84 Westbrook
Jones D Lee
Jordan 8. Co.
Lane Phil H Insurance
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McDonald Neal Insurance Agency
McMurfrey Insurance Agency
Pioneer Insurance Agency
Pope Insurance Agency
Poulter Charles 8. Sons
Russell J H 8g Son Real Estate 81 Insurance
Ryon Insurance Agency
Scheemann Insurance Agency
Sparks-Layne Insurance Agency
Turner A L 8. Co.
Blevins Insurance Agency
24 New Brunswick Lanes
For Reservations Diul 23435
2725 Sherwood Woy
Son Angelo, Texas
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE
Completely Air Conditioned
FINE FOOD AT OUR MODERN SNACK BAR
STOVALL BQQHER KING MUSIC STORE
S A L E S A N D S E R V I C E Musical Merchandise
Gibson and Fender Guitars
Complete Sheet Music Service
Conch' 'nd o"I"' Conn-Leblanc Band Instruments
SAN ANGELO' TEXAS 13 E. Twohag Phone 5456
Phone 5033 or 5153
COMPLETE INSTRUMENT REPAIR SERVICE
SHIRLEY FLORAL CO. sf+i' .
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San Angelo National Bank
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