Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

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JUNIUB HGGIE PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OE NORTH TEXAS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ul' Ar1inqton,Te,xczs Pcxqe3 FCREWORD ln this, the first peace-time Iunior Aggie in tive years, We have tried to give you a picture ot the lite at a school which is undergoing reconversion. Here at NTAC We have a strange mingling of the elements ot War and peace. On our campus we have seen evidence of the changes which are tak- ing place in all parts oi our great coun- try. ,g Ongone hand We have a host of re- turning veterans Who, after years oi War and fighting, have come hack to continue their education, and, at the same time, We see a small, but steady, stream ot younger boys still laying down their loooks and taking up the lite ot soldiers at the call of Uncle Sam. We have bade goodbye to the last ot the V-l2 Units, We have noticed an in- crease in the number of girls Who are leaving school for matrimony, now that their men have come home. Although some war-time scarcities still exist, We have begun to see peace-time commod- ities again, and, as this reconversion continues, We are all eager to do our part toward making a reality of the great tuture Which is planned ior NTAC. Page 4 xenfi ff ' jg ,f gg "Nfl ,ICN If fi 214 W W -5754 ,, 4219 WV gf! 7- 554499-4, 0057-gafgcd WX?!f:J29 W9 Aga' S IW? iid ,Zi-7' 4 'f lg.5'.Z?-777 onnnn or nouns Dmfmggwqj ADMINISTRATION IUJMUMQMUJZMLJ I pcb AWWMJ6 CLASSES A AMAL DEPARTMENTS M735 MILITARY ww I NAVY ilugzmiwwfx X I PERSONALITIES , Q .4 It K ORGANIZATIONS ' N ATHLETICS ,gg ,MM 73745 5-0 -L4 ' P- ' M- 'lv f ii' 2 TTT .2-'11, .,,-MV. fp-L-.f ---A-- 1 ..... - .V .-. - v ,ef .film 5' 33 'ffiffli Pig: 'E 1 :51-1-' D ff" 19'-'52, 5 f?5-43,a,"5i'Ei?5-'i'.- , ,rf ' 'T 'iff 3" ' -, D-1?-' fg k-f':. --,fg:'.:x f'iUE.Q3.5Y.q1l,'. 1-F ' " W uf' . . R , 1f,f.'.sf:-'1- Q-'-+114 '.'-ima'-'1ess'4fg5. 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The thousands of undergraduates Who have passed through the portals of NTAC Will long remember him as young in heart and Wise in counsel. To the man Who played such a tre- mendous part in making our college the great educational institution which it is today, this yearbook is re- spectfully dedicated. . . . As Well As Business Dean Davis meets With two members of the Student Faculty Page 13 fxx LN! c W EH NEW ii W Q NW my W Xgfwx T an W 6 IVA-157-5 2 M xxx ' i 1 if " Q WE 2 Q Q I HDMINIS,TRHTION .J Z J' W, xx f, .mfyf 4511:-z--. -ww -241115:-..-',:3ff1zE:3'f' .V 5 , ' 'ZE2?p"'1c'i:ffjP'15515-115-' -f' Wg-2' 21 I-Iv iz" ' 'f 4-V 4 " f-12" V fy' l 4 l Page 14 5, ' ff 9- ff' J? 12" 59" A Q? my, FH-f5h Qg , 1 PRESIDENT GIBB GILCHRIST E. H. HEREFORD IOE BAILEY MRS. LERA HANCOCK OPAL HUMPHREYS Aciinq Assocgzrte Decm cmd Business Manager Dean of Women Librarian Reqlstrcr K . w- wwf ? fcsetcas. fr- 2 .' gym 3 .. 42515, ,..,. , ---- Q :H , ,gs:C' .fix ,,:,.,. -1'-,Vg igsg-1. , f- ,Az f A " 'E E gi .- wi ,535r -'- LQ W1 - pggag' u 736 -fl iw' S61 .:5,:- xv ---- rfyf- HI, Q 5 was-L. fi 530, , 441, , .a., eg A f,Eg.,I:.,:j 1,3w9.,y, J? ,W if ,W - 'm31'5,L... -'.f:5azi:,-.-.f ::s:sf:a . f3,xT?,, . m4 My J " - f M31 'TI lliul. " vw. -' ? 'V fx A fy ' ' 4 'Q X fu? 3 xx Sf , "Ie 1. 1 'F "" 1 Q Sk 5? ff- ff!- Esggwf. f ,- df' swag' ---. , 4 Q - ----- Q.. -U -W,-, - f :.:,:.: , ,Q .,:, Page 16 FACULTY AND STAFF PAUL 1. ALLEN, B. S. Associate Professor of Engineering A. B. ARMSTRONG, B. A., M. A. Professor of Economics and Head of Department of Social Science lONNlE ARNOLD Assistant Business Manager E. C. BARKSDALE, B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Associate Professor of History IOHN D. BOON, B. S. Professor of Physics and Acting Head of Department GERALDINE BRANOM, B. A., M. A., B. s. in L. s, Assistant Librarian WELDON BREWSTER, B. S., M. A. Associate Professor of Biology ROY W. BURDETT, B. S. Professor of Engineering and Head of Department H. G. BURMAN, B. S., Ph. D. Associate Professor of Chemistry MARGARET ANN CAMERON, B. A., M. A. Assistant Professor of Fine Arts MRS. LOUISE CRIDER Bookkeeper in Business Office MARIAN F. DeSHAZO, B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Associate Professor of English CHARLES E. HAYDON, B. A., M. A. Professor of Modern Languages and Head of Department l. G. HOLMES, B. S. Professor of Physical Education and Head of Department RANKIN HOBBS Associate Professor of Engineering Page 17 FACULTY AND STAFF C. M. HOWARD, B. S., E. M. Professor of Mathematics and Acting Head of Department W. L. HUGHES, B. S., M. A. Professor of Biology MRS. VESTA ICE Filing Clerk in Registrars Office EARL D. IRONS Professor cf Pine Arts and Head of Department M. W. lOY, B. E. Professor of Engineering HOWARD W. IOYNER, B. F. A., M. A., M. F. A. Professor of Fine Arts HENRIETTA STEWART Secretary in Engineering Dept. O. L. KILLIAN, B. A., M. A. Professor of Biology and Head oi Department LLOYD LASSEN, B. A., M. A. Professor of Mathematics S. A. LYNCH, B. S. in Mine Enqi- neering, M. S., E. M. Professor of Geology and Head of Department Secretary to the Dean C C M o I M A up o 'al 'a on and 5. jf' 4 OTTIE LYON L .f .3 ft-'X -,. ,, .ro t 1.- C. A. MCCOMBS, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Mathematics CHARLES B. MCDONALD, B. A., M. A. Professor of Chemistry and Acting Head of Department MRS. WILLIE MCGHEE, B. A., M. A. Instructor oi English Page 18 FACULTY AND STAFF NORTON McGIFFIN, B. A., L. L. B. Professor of History PAY NATION Secretary MRS. RACHEL NILES, B. S. Assistant Librarian MRS. ETI-IEL BARBER NIX, B. S. Associate Professor of Home Economics C. M. O'NEAL, B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of English MRS. ELEANOR M. ORTS, B. S. E., M. A. Assistant Professor of English I. L. OWENS, B. S., M. S. Professor cf Agriculture and Acting Head of Department ANNIE PHILLIPS, B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Che istry H. D. Pops, SX . A. fEduca- tioni, . . emistryi Professo e is ry ZELDA RAMSEY, B. B. A., B. A.. M. B. A. Professor of Business Administration Acting Head of Department W. A. RANSOM, B. A., M. A. Professor of English and Head of Department MARY PEYTON RATTAN, B. A. Secretary in Registrars Office C. D. RICHARDS, B. A., M. A. Professor of Government W. DWAINE RICHINS, B. A., M. B. A. Professor of Business Administration DUNCAN ROBINSON, B. A., M. A. Professor of English Page 19 .rf W J rr' ,s.:4r.. X , iw...-ff1t.ff:fHg -----f S5225 - tilt: 'L : ..:.55:' 525.25 If AZN get 'AA annum .5 QQ' Www: . .. . ..1 r H... ' --,:,.5.5.- - ,ri-pr. :. .:-...... . ...t .ii 5 Zyl S... , .. If7'.f?5I'E , 3351: ' x 2: .. f":. W f fm 2 3 . , W B EG 'far f g . if . A Ti if 23 liivli B24 3356 .. J L b ,.,. . L1 Mr. 5 I, 'Ft' ' V -nw 5-I-5: 41 ww.-...al mu? uc. ..... :EB-L ...,, FACULTY AND STAFF KENNETH ROCKWELL, B. A., M. A. Associate Professor of English L. I. SAMUEL, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Agriculture MRS. ELIZABETH M. SANDERS, B. A., M. A. Associate Professor of Mathematics VIRGINIA SI-IELTON Stenographer and Filing Clerk GEORGE W. SI-IUPEE, B. ARCH. Professor of Engineering R. L. SLAUGHTER, B. D. A. Associate Professor of Fine Arts CHRISTINE KEITH, B. A. Secretary R. W. TANNER, B. S., M. S. Associate Professor of Mathematics LUCILLE TAYLOR, B. S., M. A. Associate Professor of Business Administration MRS. IONE VICKERY Secretary to Comrnandant PEARL WADE Assistant Librarian MAIOR GEORGE E. WATKINS Commandant "'e'?'.x . z ' If A T ev 1-ff' a 'P -6- -' D -. "?"f42s.3 I-Q54 --5212! ' ,- ,,4 MRS. EIIDUISE WATKINS Assistant Registrar MARIAN WEAVER, B. A. Associate Professor of Physical Education for Women IAMES W. WEST, B. S. Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Page 20 Paqe 21 THE STUDENT I-'HCIILTY CIIMMITTEE This committee consists of six student representatives and three faculty members. Three members were elected by the stu- dent body, and three selected by a faculty committee. The purpose of this committee is to bring about a better understanding between the student body and the faculty mem- bers. Another member of this group, Flora Mae Estes, is not pic- tured. Faculty members on the committee are Miss Zelda Ramsey of the Business Administration Department, Prof. S. A. Lynch of the Geology Department, and Prof. Roy Burdett of the Engi- neering Department. . Left to Right: E. R. l-lollon, Nancy Patterson, Barham Alderdice, Marteen DeWitt Homer Lawson. I MWC ,Qi EEQXW 'CM .fm X x f f' A W X ms 0 4 M, s I. A ' , i it Mix , ' X, ' 'Q ,-ww. Ex wt fin 3. 3,5 .4 gf g fH.iJffjFi5? C xp! arms 51:6 55855271 42? Qmfmwzaxir in iivzvamf fdffw 5'r'f',eef?ff was I PCfqe 23 CLASS IIFFICEHS PRESIDENT IOE STEVENS, as able leader of t.he sophomore class, has made many friends at NTAC. He was commander of Company C, Battalion Adjutant of the Cadet Corps, and Cadet Lt. Colonel during the spring semester. loe is majoring in Industrial Mechanical Engineering and plans to go to Work when he fin- ishes at NTAC. He is an active member of the Engineering and Officers Club. joe is from Fort Worth and Amon Carter High School, and his hobby seems to be his car because he is always Working on it. VlCE PRESIDENT GENE WATTS, Captain and Ramp Manager of B Ramp, is from Sunset High in Dallas. He is a Pre-Med major and plans to go to Baylor University after he graduates in the spring. Gene is president of the Pi Mu Club and a member of the Officers Club. His favorite food is banana pudding, and his favorite people are his two sisters. SECRETARY NANCY HOWELL hails from North Dallas High Where she was vice president of -her social club, The Delphians. Nancy is a Business Adminis- tration major and a member of the B. A. Club. At the top of her list of favorites is the Sans Souci Club of which she is an active member. She is also partial to chocolate pie, and her hobby is dancing. lncidentally, the boys consider her an expert in her chosen hobby. ' Page 24 CLASS OF 11946 ALDERDICE, IAMES, Waxahachie, Mechanical Engineering ALLEN, EETTYE IEAN, Fort Worth, Home Economics AMOS, IUNE, Fort Worth, Fashion Art BARDIN, IANIE, Arlington, Business Administration BECKETT, HELEN DORTI-IEA, Dallas. Education BEESON, IACK SPARKS, Paradise. Pre-Medical BICKFORD, NORMA IEAN, Dallas, Business Administration BINION, VIRGINIA BETI-I, Arlington, General Terminal BINNION, ROBERT CHARLES, Fort Worth, Chemical Engineering BOUNDS, GENE, Streeiman, Business Administration BRADLEY, MICKEY IO, Arlington, Speech BROWN, RUTH, Seymour, Business Administration Page 25 he - 1 f 1 1 I ' 5 'liiilfltt WEA?-E ..,,f,rs5. E wwe-of 'f?"'i'1'?'Q"' 'INWE si --1 2 ' Z "X 3:E:E v , 3, q, Q Q vga ' 1 Ei 5 A QQ S XJ ik 31 is xl 1 W W 1' H STS' if" -if .-.- , ' f .f Sim CLASS or 1946 CROUCH, MARTHA PAYE, Grand Prairie, Arts and Science DANIELS, RUBYLU, Grand Prairie, General Terminal DAVIS, MARY CATHERINE, Fort Worth, Nursing and Technician DECKER, MARY IANE, Arlington, General Terminal DICKSON, IENNY BETT, Terrell, Pre-Iournalism EPPERSON, ROBERT HOWELL, Quinlan, Social Agriculture ESTES, FLORA MAE, Dallas, Speech FIELDS, IOY, Arlington, Pre-Iournalisrn FLYNN. BERNARD MICHAEL, Dallas, Physical Education FLYNT, LENA FAYE, Grand Prairie, Business Administration-Secretarial FORD, BILLIE MARIE, Fort Worth. Arts and Science FRIZELL, IAMES HORTON, Stamford, Arts and Science Page 27 we 1 gk 9 :Mk :si Dfw' ' -3-I., Q 1 g . If 1. .5551 2 sl J ,ess M, - - 4 ...T 'f',.5fvf5'?5 k , ,r,,,-.,.-in lflliwi ' N' " ' -- filmgszi-'-ffl ,ml,5i' -5 - 'W A 1 A 't .if 552:22 ,- 'mu ,F ..... t Y " ' ,.,..1 . in - SE ,. .... , .,.,:::-!,. s Jglfzgqi xr: V ..::- : :, 5, 5 ,. "fi I 3 3? fe, in. , if-R.,:E:-.l:-3E:i:E:EIEEE:Ef:f:fE5i'.'. 5 I 4 'Y X - . V. 1 4: 1 I 1 . I ,..,.W, ,,,,.,, rf ,,,,, ,.-,mv ' 4 vig' 13-wi: 'X If In -' nw . ' I V 'fir-bfi! - ' I' 'f11"f' 'W K , I .,1,, .4 w N I -, .,f.e,bf J L,,,f,z.W I I ..,,, J f:,zQr,..fi Y . , ,exsggg I mrffassfg msc? f .A ,-: It a .., ,fe W ., W, 1 -ww, A114 .W 3' I, VK , .. W Mi If I-:.4::::::::::.,WL-2-54 1 f ., ' 12" M35 5 'EW 3 A N... I A 3 rf: ' J , fl? S SN - , . ,A Q L 4 X , W. v. ' gi MI SEZ, ,.,,,w M 1i2'iI:If". nr 1 - Zfiffi' ,yllfgw Q he f 4 952 ge 'xzgx 1, I 1 . lasiir. A Adv. ,.fs,as:,,, f i fic? I fi' Xb , wwf! wfrwf,w,f,,,A .. ..,. ,M .W tt A,1 4,!V 1355, I ., ,A I .z W ,H ,. X -, tr G Bl ws.. , ,y , - -1: g . :ge ,v 'Q , E tl teak W . 4 CLASS OF 1946 FUTRELL, EMILY PAYE, Forney, Business Administration GILFRIN, MARY CATHERINE, Mexico City, Mechanical Engi- neering GLENN, IAMES LEE, Cross Plains, Industrial Electrical Engineering GORE, IAMES MONROE, Bridgeport, Petroleum Engineering GROSSMAN, MARY ANNE, Dallas, Nursing and Technician GRUBBS, IAMES RICHARD, Fort Worth, Agriculture GRUNDY, IAMES WELDON, Denison, Agriculture GUTI-IRIE, OUIDA LAVERNE, Fort Worth, Music I-IALL, IOHN MARCUS, Memphis. Business,Aolministration HANEY, IOE TOM, Marlin, Business Administration I-IANNA, MARGARET IVA, Fort W'crth, Arts and Science I-IINTON, I-IARWOOD PERRY. Dallas, Electrical Engineering Page 28 CLASS OF 1946 I-IOCK, FLORENCE RUTH, Dallas, Business Administration I-IOLLON, E. R., Dallas, Pre- Veterinarian I-IOLLON, WILLIAM HUBBARD, Dallas, Agriculture HOWELL, NANCY LEE, Dallas, Business Administration HUDEC, LEONA IULIA, Fort Worth, Business Administration HUGGINS, OLIVER EVAN, Dallas, Education HUNTER, SOPI-IIE ANNE, Dallas, Business Administration-Secretarial I-IUTCI-IINSON, SHIRLEY JEAN, Dallas, Radio Production INGELS, ALBERT ARTHUR, Dallas, Aeronautical Engineering INGELS, ALICE HELEN, Dallas, Home Economics IASPER, RUTH IEAN, Dallas, Businezs Administration-Secretarial IOHNSON, CARL MARTIN, Fort Worth, Pre-Law Page 29 MN., x . 5 I - if ZQZJSQAQS """ ie? Lx i'-ff. ' ' iE5iI.'i' .. L .,,, N X236 ,news - ' is 1 . ,.,. .,.. . 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""" " zzz z :" . ,AAZ1 -.,A 3255 f . , . i . ir: ,.:A. ,,,, -1 Qgi j q., 'Lf 255 -A': , 14 Q, Syn, xx v p w CLASS OF 1946 JOHNSON, RALPH THOMAS, Cedar Hills, Engineering IONES, CONNIE IEAN, Fort Worth, Fashion Art IONES, MAURICE D., Dallas, Engineering KELLY, FRANCES MAE, Fort Worth, Business Administration KNOX, RUTH, Arlington, Business Administration LAWSON, HOMER, Dallas, Aeronautical Engineering LEAHY, THOMAS LEO, Fort Worth, Business Administration LEWIS, IACK, Fort Worth, Pre-Law LOFTIS, WALTON O'NEIL, Athens, Pre-Law LYNCH, IOHN THOMAS, Dallas, Arts and Science MCLARTY, GRETA LOUISE, Dallas, Speech MAY, IANE ANN, Fort Worth, Fashion Art Page 30 CLASS OF 1946 MORGAN, SAM STEWART, Dallas, Pre-Medical MOSLEY, BOEBYE IO, Fort Worth, Fashion Art MOSS, IOAN EVA, Fort Worth, Nursing and Technician MYERS, BENNY, Whitesboro, Chemical Engineering PATTERSON, NANCY IANE, Arling- ton, Business Administration- Secretarial PHILLIPS, WALTER LEON, Dallas, Pre-Law POWELL, RALEIGH l., Dallas, Engineering PYBURN, HELEN FRANCES, Kermit. Pre-Medical REID, DANIEL NEWTON, Green- ville, Chemical Engineering REINHARD, ARTHUR IOHN, Fort Worth, Industrial Electrical Engineering SABO, MARY, Dallas, Pre-Medical SAVAGE, BROWNIE, Dallas. General Terminal Page 31 E . ll' I it s W i i1-- 'ff t 1 , 2 I i fir gg Z V13 'S I , ,. A N 4 N , ggZtf,i 'X in , , 323 S I E E wil its in " r ? ,Sig it "1, a E 'ff i'i2.,, . ,Nj f 'EX' . ' A 3' , s , n av "gs ' tt' .3295 132 M1 1- H ite ,51ii"" , 3525 1S54',g5'C,w 'I-isis. . 'tie E' J ' QNMIQ, IL' f ' ' ' a in ,ws , it 45553 - 2-:-:fees Z' i,Q,sv' Nfl , . a - ' ,, . 'ff I il in 'A ' ii' r - a, , . I ,I 4 ' if fa-I 5 fum , , r I ?.Wi,,g ,gb wx, -'un ig, N sxr.l1,:f J 6:17 A , 1 'Ml f. 4, Qt f ..., xl J ---- 1 . f'-- . " . . -. -f N-,-. K f, . W, :--:-:f-:- ' xl -, 4.1 3 , 1-. Z, 2. , A 3, , ,,-,.. 1. - "5-,mr ,,,,, .tai A552417 W ti" rs?,Qg?V'f . Al 'f ""' :azQ:wE5s2:-SQ V t tf, .TQ it ' -, ' , , I- ., R U gg, 1. wifi - vffff - r-,i z'sg":Mfwt'f2't2'ft ,., ,tim I . A., .6 wfsrs-ir:-,We ' X . 57Q.::,3tm - fi: , 1 , ., :St T '-2 - :. -' rf - W 5 A 'W Rst ' - A H , ., . ' gf A-. 1' 'ix i ,.. . f Q, ' iii ' A 1.51: , 'f , x ,V ,, ,. K K. N ,gglfpnmf 1 , CLASS OF 1946 SAVAGE, MARY VIRGINIA, Dallas, Commercial Art SEAWELL, WILLIAM NEVILLS, Fort Worth, Electrical Engineering SELLERS, DOROTHY LOUISE, Fort Worth, Arts and Science SHORT, DOROTHY PAULINE, Arlington Business Administration SMITH, ANNA WAYNETTE, Arlington Music SNEAD, HELEN RAY, Grand Prairie General Terminal M fImHieQff?E3fT1EQiEEEl I 'lil STEVENS, IOE FRANK, Fort Worth, ':" Industrial Mechanical Engineering Q ,fig Y sToY, PAULINE PAYE, Dallas, ' Home Economics sw it I STREET, MYEA AILEENE, Fort A ' Worth, Pre-Medical ,vi . J 'ttt 4 .Sw frwlw .::.:.Is: , A fsZ.w QI: I .... : lf- fa I ' , .... 5225 I . V5 13323. .. , vw ,. 1,:-.:v- .:.,.,. ,,-- , .... 521.9 s, fg 11fi,.'!l,.f'1 42 """-:SQQQ 1 fa. 121 ' EE' - w e, V, E TERMIN, NETTIE LEE, Dallas, Business Administration TIDWELL, DOROTHY RUTH, Dallas, Business Administration- Secretarial TRESP, BRUCE A., Dallas, Pre-Law Page 32 CLASS OF 1946 TYLER, BETTY LEE, Dallas, Fashion Art VICKREY, WELDON, Valley Mills, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering VIVRETTE. LARRY WADE, Dallas, Pre-Medical WATTS, EUGENE EDWARD, Dallas. Pre-Medical V WEBB, FRANCES ANN, Dallas, Music , WEST, DOROTHY ANN, Fort Worth, Home Economics WESTMORELAND, REGINALD CON- WAY, Corsicana, Pre-Iournalism WEYMOUTI-I, LOUISE GAYLE, Dallas, Pre-Iournalism WILDER, ENID ESTELLE, Fort Worth, Arts and Science ,7. ' A J' , , . f T WILLIAMS, ALICE GRAHAM, Ennis, Radio Production WILLIAMSON, MERLE MILDRED. Fort Worth, Arts and Science WRENN, BETTY LOIS, Greenville, Dramatic Production Page 33 : rin V J A P fx A 12 Vi 0 , fwj A . fax T ,, XJII II E, DE' , xl-+E T HI ' UF? -X W 1 1' PM Afm1M :2iQ1efi , 11-52-11 ' ., , 'jj "1 ll V Kiln' 7 FIIESIIMII Page 34 Page 35 CLASS UPI-'ICERS ,ky ,, W , ' whiff- r ' W I' 'E ,simile A . . - fggiggru "TL, vgvgyfgfxr, :rim K .ngfgy .... x iff tr' I - Q4 , . PRESIDENT .ALBERT RIEDEL, six-foot blond from North Side High in Fort Worth, en- tered NTAC last Iune as a Pre-Med major. He plans to be a dentist and will finish here in August. Brunettes, fried chicken, Camels, hunting, cmd A Ramp, Davis Hall, top the list of favorites for Albert. 4 VICE PRESIDENT ARLEY IUSTICE, hailing from Marshall, Texas, was proud to be in office at the same time his "old lady," Albert, Was. Arley plans to be a baby spe- cialist and is busy preparing for his career here at NTAC. Hunting is his favor- ite sport, and Wild duck is his favorite food. It takes a good pipe to make Arley completely happif, but he will usually settle for Luclcies. I SECRETARY - BETTY EDWARDS of Lancaster is a very Well-liked lass at NTAC. Be- sides being class secretary, Betty was chosen as the most beautiful girl in school.'The Sans Souci Club, basketball, Mexican food, and Cox House occupy places of highest importance in her mind, Betty is tn Art major, but does not plan on a career in that field. Page 36 CLASS OF 1947 ABRAHAM, CAROL BERTRAND, Olivia, Agriculture ADAMS, ALTON NEWELL, Ferris, Industrial Electrical Engineering I ADAMS, MARY LOU, Handley, Radio Production Al-ILER, ELBERT KENNETH, Wheel- er, Business Administration ALDERDICE, BARHAM, Wheeler, Business Administration ALDRICH, ROBERT EARL, Fort Worth, General Terminal ' ALDRIDGE, LINDELL BUTLER, Trenton, , , Agriculture ALEXANDER, ROYCE CURTIS, White- - wright, Agriculture ' f ALEXANDER, GEORGE WASHING- .- TON, Arlington, Physical Education ANDERSON, LAWRENCE GEORGE, Itasca, Commercial Art ARMSTRONG, IOHNNY LEE, Cleburne, Business Administration ARNOLD, ROSE MARIE, Arlington, Fashion Illustration ARROWOOD, BILLY VALCHOR. Bowie, Chemical Engineering AYRES, IUANITA INEZ, Fort Worth, Commercial Art BAKER, BETTY RUTH, Fort Worth, . General Terminal BAKER, MARTHA JEAN, Fort Worth, Pre-Medical BAKER, WILLIAM RICHARD, Fort Worth, Engineering BARBEE, MARY ANN, Dallas, General Terminal BARBOSA, RICHARD IOSEPH, Dallas, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering BARNES, CHAMP CLARK, Arlington, Engineering BARTON, WANDA LOU, Handley, Business Administration BARTON, RICHARD ALVIN, Grand Prairie, Engineering BASDEN, IACK WALTER, Dallas, Engineering BEAM, GEORGE WAYMON, Fort Worth, Mechanical Engineer- ing BEASLEY, MARY FRANCES, Dallas, Fashion Illustration BEHRENS, BESSIE ANN, Grapevine, Home Economics BELL, KING DAVIDSON, Smithfield, Industrial Mechanical Engineering BENNETT, WILLARD BURKE, Fort Worth, Engineering BENSON, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Corsicana, Business Adminis- tration BENTLEY, VELMA PAY, Dallas, Arts and Science BENTLEY, WAYNE LAMARR, Dallas, Electrical Engineering BERGMAN, HAZEL AUGUSTA, Tarrant, Arts and Science BERRY, GUS LINDSEY, Dallas, Business Administration BEVERS, WILLIAM MYRON, Dal- las, Pre-Medical BEYER, BARBARA ALICE, Victoria, Commercial Art BILES, IIMMIE GENE, Arlington, - Enqlneefing 55 39! .,.,.,.. .. BIRDWELL, roHN CLIFFORD, Snyder, E BISCHOFHAUSEN, RICHARD CLAY, tt Haskall, Petroleum Engineering W jp S PLAIN, IOHN VAN, Kaufman, , Chemical Engineering tgtfffizgsgxji BLALACK, LEVELYN Jos!-ZPH, gggt jifii ti Dunes, Industrial Aeronauti- l ---- 3 tical Engineering 'A M M53 Page 37 CLASS OF 1947 BLANSETT, BETTY IEAN, Terrell, Home Economics BLESSING, TOMMYE IANE, Dallas, Technician and Nursing BOHAN, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Fort Worth, Engineering BOHANNON, HM WASHINGTON, Dallas, Engineering BOISSEU, DANIEL THOMAS, Dallas, Agriculture BONNER, HARRY GLENN, Streetman, Agriculture BOURLAND, CLINTON DWAYNE, Nocona, Pre-Iournalism BOURLAND, GORDON WILLIAM, Dallas, Electrical Engineering BOWER, IAMES WILBURN, Groes- beck, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering BOYCE, EDWIN RAY, Wylie, Engineering BRADLEY, lOl-IN KESTLER, Rice, Industrial Mechanical Engineering BRADSHAW, NELDA IO, Fort Worth, Business Administration BRAGG, CHARLES REX, DeLeon, Petroleum Engineering BRAIDWOOD, DONNA IEAN, Dallas, Arts and Science BRANDENBURG, ROSA NAN, Arlington, Arts and Science BRASWELL, IOSEPH WATESTEL, Blue Ridge, Agriculture BRENTS, WALKER ALLEN, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering BRITTON, TI-IELMA SUE, Fort Worth, Pre-Iournalism BROOKS, IOE FOWLER, Fort Worth, Business Administration BROOKS, RANDALL EUGENE, Bells, Physical Education BROOKS, ROBERT LATTIMORE, Fort Vtforth, Industrial Electrical Engineer- ing BROWN, FISHER WELLS, Dallas, Business Administration BROWN, IAMES LEO, Midlothian, Business Administration BROWN, L. A., Trenton, Agriculture BROWN, ROBERT HENRY, Alvin, Engineering BROWNING, BOB MAX, Mineola, lndus- trial Mechanical Engineering BROWNLEE, BETTY SUE, Dallas, Arts and Science BRYAN, DORIS MAE, Fort Worth, Music BRYANT, ALFRED D., Midlothian, Arts and Science BRYANT, HUGH CADWELL, Fort Worth, Industrial Aeronauti- cal Engineering BRYCE, TRUMAN E., Arlington, Petro- leum Engineering BULLARD, IOI-IN SENTELL, Fort Worth, Pre-Law BUNNELL, FRANCES ANNE, Dallas, Arts and Science BUNTON, ROBERT LAVELLE, Fort Worth, Engineering BURKS, JAMES ALBERT, Cedar Hill, N Engineering BURKS, PAUL MACK, Quitman, Industrial Electrical Engineering BURPO, ROBERT HAROLD, Dallas, Engineering BURT, MARI MADLIN, Abilene, Technician and Nursing CALFEE, BILLY IAY, Itasca, Business Administration CALHOUN, REGINA ISABEL, Fort Worth, Arts and Science Page 38 CLASS OF 1947 CALVERT, IO ANN CONNALLY, Fort Worth, Commercial Art CAMPBELL, WILLIAM IOHN, Fort Worth, Agriculture CAMPBELL, TOMMY IOYCE, Pasadena, Home Economics CARONNA, ANTHONY T., Dallas, Aeronautical Engineering CARROLL, DONALD HERMAN, Gladewater, Chemical Engineering CASSELL, MIRIAM CAROLYN, Fort Worth, Dramatic Production CASTILLO, ROBERT, Fort Worth, Industrial Electrical Engineering CARTER, TEX, Fort Worth, Arts and Science CAUDLE, MARY MARGARET, Dal- las, Commercial Art CAUSEY, MAX EDD, Caddo Mills, Aeronautical Engineering CHAMBERS, IACK, Grand Saline, Petroleum Engineering CHANDLER, LINDY LEWIS. Dallas, Physical Education CHANDLER, TROY CARROLL, Dallas, Physical Education CHAPEL, IUNE ELIZABETH, Dallas, Home Economics CHAPMAN, BILLY FRANK, Sulphur Springs, Engineering CHAPMAN, GWENDOLYN JOYCE, Fort Worth, Business Administration CHASTAIN, ROSE MARIE, Fort Worth, Dramatic Production CHATHAM, IAMES DURWOOD. Reagan, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering CHUMLEA, WESLIE SESSON, Fort Worth, Arts and Science CHURCHWELL, H. H., Kemp, Arts and Science CLOYD, CLAIRE BOBBIE, Fort Worth, Pre-Journalism COKE, CATHERINE REBECCA, Dallas. g Arts and Science COKER, BILLIE IOY, Dallas, Pre-Iournalism COLE, IAMES ROBERT, Victor. Geological Engineering COLEMAN, ALVIS MORELAND. Mineola, Pre-Iournalism COLLINS, ETTA KATHERINE, Fort Worth, Education COLLINS, WILLIAM FRANCE, Fort Worth, Arts and Science CONANT, ALICE IOSEPHINE, Fort Worth, Art CONLEY, NORMA IACQUELINE, Midland, Music COOK, KENNETH FRANCIS, Pampa, Agriculture COOEER, ROY LEE, Dallas, Commercial rt COUNTRYMAN, GLENN, Handley, Industrial Electrical Engineering COX, ROLAND OWNBY, Dallas, Engineering CRAWFORD, IOHN HAROLD, Trenton, Education CRENSHAW, EDWIN SAM, Min- eral Wells, Industrial Aero- nautical Engineering CRIDER, KENNETH E., Arlington, Business Administration CRASSON, RICHARD FRANKLIN, Fort Worth, Mechanical Engineering CROUSER, DELBERT EDGAR, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering CROW, BONNIE CLAIRE, Handley, Business Administration CUMMINGS, IOHN MATTHEWS, Dallas, Chemical Engineer- ing Page 39 'Mn' ," me , mf 5, W f 5 " ... " 15 '.s,.,.t,1 ,, It sz' Q . ff I Qs , A - .... i IW N512 3 failing U' ii. Y ' ,, --,: 1 mm ' 9 - +1 -',-" - ' is ' fr . ,i:::. I H1- 25 2 5.. .. i"f?,fg, ,ffl W it . ' Q I ' If - . xg: i -... ig? I - . .V ., at .F 1 lf.. ' A we - f .. gf V , - Q ' 1 Q CLASS OF 1947 CURINGTON, IOHN WESLEY, Farmers- ville, Industrial Electrical Engineering CURLEE, IULIA ANNE, Blum, Business Administration CURTIS, NANCY IANE. Mineral Wells, Art DANHOF, IVAN EDWARD, Grand Prairie, Pre-Medical DANJILEL, IOELLA, Arlington, rt DANIELS, BARBARA ANN, Dallas, Dramatic Production DARBY, LYNWOOD MCCULLOCH, Dallas, Engineering DAVIS, EVELYN CHRISTINE, Kermit, Arts and Science DAVIS, IOE BOB, Kermit, Engineering DAVIS, MARY TOM, Dallas, Nursing and Technician DAVIS, WAYMON LESTER, Kilgore, Engineering DAY, WILLIAM WINFREY, Dallas, Engineering DEAIGH, IANETTA MARIE, Dallas, Business Administration DEALEY, GLORIA MARIE, Dallas, Business Administration DEERING, TERRY ARNOLD, Arlington, Engineering DOGRAND, CHARLES CORNELIUS. Midlothian, Arts and Science DENMAN, ROBERT EUGENE, Meridian, Engineering DENNEY, GEORGE ROBERT, Petrolia, Agriculture DESKIN, IOHNNIE PAYE, Dallas, Home Economics DEVAULT, IOHN ROBERT, Dallas, Electrical Engineering DEWBERRY, MARION IUNE, Grand Prairie, Business Administration DeWITT, MARY MARTEEN, Dallas, Arts and Science DEZELLE, DOROTHY IEAN, Fort Worth, Arts and Science DICKENSON, CURTIS WAYNE, Fort Worth, Engineering DICKEY, MARY IANET, Dallas, Home Economics DIETZ, IAMES- HUNTER, Dallas, Aeronautical Engineering DODSON, GLYNN, Farmersville, Engineering DOWD, MARY ALICE, Dallas, Arts and Science DOYLE, RITA MICKEY, Holton, Kansas, Arts and Science DOZIER, IOHN THOMAS, New Boston, Industrial Aeronau- tical Engineering DRY, RAYMOND, Greenville, Industrial Electrical Engineering DUFF, IAMES DEE, Bonham, Physical Education DUKE, RUBY LEE, Grand Prairie, Physical Education DUNLAP, BOBBIE IO, Big Spring, Business Administration DUNN, GEORGE BOLEN, Mobee- tie, Industrial Electrical En- gineering DYSART, ALICIA IEAN, Dallas, Arts and Science EAVES, BILLY RAY, Wylie, Engineering ELROD, EDWARD IRVIN, Dallas, Agriculture EDWARDS, BILLY RIVERS, Aledo, Pre-Medical EDWARDS, BETTY REED, Lan- caster, Fashion Art Page 40 CLASS OF 1947 A EDWARDS, GUINN PAUL, Byers, Engineering EDWARDS, TROY, Dallas, Chemical Engineering EDWARDS, WILLIAM BURTON, Irving, Mechanical Engineering ELDERS, TED HAMPTON, Mineral Wells, Pre-Veterinarian ELLIOTT, IO ANN, Arlington, Business Administration EMBLETON, GEORGE NELSON. Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering EVERETT, IACIC EDWARD, Handley, Commercial Art FEWSMITH, GRANT ALEXANDER, Fort Worth, Engineering FICKLING, IAMES LEWIS, Sherman, Business Administration FIELDS, WES BILLY, Brownsboro, Business Law FINLEY, VIRGINIA MAE. Middleton, Home Economics FISI-IBACI-I, ELAINE MARTHA, Fort Worth, Business Administration FITZGERALD, B. E., Chemical , Engineering FITZGERALD, IOHN WILLIAM, Rise, Agriculture FLANAGAN, EVE CAROLYN, Handley, Speech FLETCHER, CALVIN DAWS, Sadler. Engineering PLORANCE, SUZANNE IDELL, Fort Worth, Business Administration FORBES, BENNY M., Grand Prairie, Agriculture FORBES, HERMAN HAYS, Itasca, Engineering i FORMAN, IOE MARCALLAS, Decatur, Engineering FOWLER, IACKIE IEAN, Crandall, Home l Economics FRANCIS, BESS ANN, Mineral Wells, Music FRAZIER, IRA LEE, Dallas, Industrial Electrical Engineering FREDERICK, EUGENE RUDOLPI-l. Dallas, Mechanical Engineer- ing FREEMAN, RUBY IANE, Fort Worth, Business Administra- tion FRIDAY, CLAUDE T., Winnsboro, Chemical Engineering FRIZZELL, EDNA LYNN, Handley, Commercial Art FROST, IACKIE IEAN, Bridgeport, Elementary Education FUESS, DORIS JEAN, Dallas, Arts and Science GADDIS, MARGARET ANN, Fort Worth, Speech W GALBRAITI-I, ROBERT S., Waco, Radio Production GAMBILL, MARGARET PAYE, Fort Worth, Business Administration GARRETT, MARY VIRGINIA, Sea- graves, Business Administration GATES, GUY WILLIAMS, Forest- burg, Agriculture GEORGE, LEONARD, Arlington, Agriculture GIBSON, BILLY IOE, Nocona, Pre-Iournalism GIDLEY, WILLIAM R., Fort Worth, Engineering GILDER, DORIS KATHERINE, Dallas, General Terminal GILSTRAP, LEROY CALVIN, Mans- field, Aeronautical Engineering GOFORTH, HAROLD KENNETH, Blue Ridge, Education Page 41 in 53" 1 5 ' ' W if 551: A ., Z ,A Wx . 1 M135-E.5:.:.:,: 5-fg.,.g., I ,swf 1 'H 1 M, 5524 , , "iff: an 1 3 252 'ff , 77:1 ' ' -egg, , , 2 W I W I ,s':,iif,.f, it - ,V ' iQ:":? , g ,- LL SR, ',f'i'4 ,- ,W . -,,,,,., .,.. , . .. . .W .. ,W .. .- , .... 1 .s.:.F.1 -I-mi-:. 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Q' if gs ,H f ret' , 9 wt ig' ri 3 if is 2 125 . 11. ,gn J- ge, ' 5111421 V I 1 vw., , " if 5,1 C Q ? as , f 1 ti Sf ' t 35 i in V t, 1f1'1"' it -5,3 1 - V t f sg, ff -in .- e ',w,,:g j 'A Q' ..,. , , , 5-535 'Swv- H 5 ' 'V 'I "YF .. ,, -ACQJ., Tfii 4 , CLASS OF 1947 GOODE, JIMMY SHELTON, Dallas, Pre-Medical GRAHAM, HORACE CRANFILL, Fort I1Vorth, Aeronautical Engineering GRAVES, AGNES VICTORIA, Melissa, Home Economics GRAVES, IOHN MARSHALL, Melissa, Agriculture GRAY, BETTY IO, Fort Worth, Business Administration GRAY, PHYLLIS, Dallas, Arts and Science GRAY, OSCAR SOMERS, Arlington, Art GREENE, IIM L., Cross Plains, Pre- Medical GREER, CARL THOMAS, Orange, Engineering GREFTR, HELEN LOUISE, Dallas, Home Economics GRUBB, PERCY I-IOMER, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering GUINN, BETTY IEAN, Fort Worth, Home Economics GUY, BETTI LOUISE, Port Worth, Business Administration GWYN, BARBARA IANE, Arlington, Home Economics HAGLER, ARTHUR IACK, Fort Worth, Engineering HAGER, IAMES WESLEY, Fort Worth, Industrial Electrical Engineering HAGER, MARIORIE EVELYN, Fort 'VVorth, Fashion Art HALL, ELUAH COLEMAN, Wichita Falls, Pre-Veterinarian HALL, LOUISE EDDY, Fort Worth, Business Administration HAM, HERBERT HOOVER, Fort Worth, Engineering HAM, WELDON LEWIS, Linden, Education HAMRICK, ELIZABETH GABRIELLE, Dallas, Arts and Science HANCOCK, IOYCE ELLEN, Fort Worth, Business Administration HANDY, PATRICIA LUCILLE. Fort Worth, Arts and Science HANIFAR, MARYLU TERESE, Fort Worth, General Art HANNA, BEVIS ARGMORE, Slaton, Indus- trial Aeronautical Engineering HANNA, IAMES LOUIS, Kemp, Pre-Law HANNA, SUE MILDRED, Fort Worth, Engineering HARDIN, MART, Munday, Business Administration HARE, WILLIAM HARDMAN, Dallas, Mechanical Engi- neering HARLOW, HERBERT HARLAN, Denison, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering HARMON, BETTY IEAN, Dallas, Home Economics HARRIS, BILLIE JEAN, Fort Worth, Fashion Art HARRIS, CHARLCY MAI, Dallas, Home Economics HARRIS, WALTER SIMS, Iustin, Agriculture HART, CARL IACK, Dallas, Engineering HAWKINS, GEORGE WILTON, Dallas, Engineering HAUEP, EDWIN DUGAN, Whitesboro, Agriculture t HEALD, TERRY CLINTON, Dallas, Chemical Engineering HEALY, CARL WAYNE, Arling- ton, Agriculture Page 42 CLASS OF 1947 HEPLEY, BLAKE OVERTON, Lake Creek, Engineering HENDON, ARTHUR WOODFIN, Waxa- hachie, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering HERRINGTON, OLLIE IACK, Tuscola, Industrial Aeronautical Engineer- mg HEUSCHOBER, Tl-IEDA IO, Arling- ton, Radio Production HICKMAN, PHYLLIS MARIE, Grand Prairie, Business Administration HIGGINS, ELIZABETH ANN, Dallas, Music HILL, EDGAR, Dallas, Arts and Science HIMES, LUTHER ROBERT, Fort Worth, Mechanical Engineering HINCKLEY, IANIS SUE, Dallas, Radio Production HINDS, CAROLYN ELAINE, Fort Worth, Education HINES. ERWIN RALPH, Warren, Arkan- sas, Pre-Veterinarian HOCKADAY, IOHN BENTON, Dallas, Engineering HOFFMAN, RICHARD DAN, Dallas, Engineering HOGAN, IAMES WELCH, Fort Worth, Pre-Law HOLLAND, DUFFY THOMAS, Dallas, Aeronautical Engi- gineering HOLLEY, OSCAR MARLIN, Dallas, Electrical Engineering HOLT, FRANK PRESTON, Fort Worth. Arts and Science HOLMAN, MARY NATALIE, Handley, Business Administration HOLMES, VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE, Fort Worth, Business HOPKINS, ROSA MARIE, Fort Worth, Business Administra- tion HOPICINS, WALTER I., Dallas, Pre- Medical HORNE, BESS CATHERINE, Fort Worth, Business Administration HORSLEY, LOEVA FRANCES, Arling- ton, Arts and Science HORTON, BOBBIE LOUISE, Fort Worth, Business Administration HOWELL, CLYDE DWAYNE, Ce- lina, Engineering HOUSTON, MARY CATHERINE, Arlington, Radio Production HUCKABEE, WARREN CECIL, Dallas, Pre-Law HUGGINS, CLIFFORD SAMUEL. Dallas, Pre-Medical HUGHES, GEORGE LINDY, Hand- ley, Chemical Engineering HUND, MARY LOU, Dallas, Business Administration HURST, BILLY IAMES, Longview, Agriculutre HUNT, WARREN LEE, Decatur, Engi- neering HUTH, HAROLD ROBERT, Karnes City, Aeronautical Engineering HUTSON, BILLY PERMAN, Grand Prairie, Pre-Medical HUTSON, ELEANOR MARY, Dallas, Dramatic Production ICE, ALTON D., Arlington, Agriculture IRBY, IAMES THOMAS, Fort Worth, Agriculture IACKSON, ROGER QUINCIE, East- land, Aeronautical Engineering IACOBS, R. A., Dallas, Agriculture' JACOBS, WILLIAM OLLIE, Dallas, Agriculture Page 43 1 UN 'il 'gf-f x tl!!! z ge 1 5323524 ....., ii' .,5ggfg,: .,, ..., gnu-, - IA. , N , ..,.. ,Nici '.' --- it Aw g 232 f,,,itt , I. . .."' 'malif 11 1 af . l-1 'MN-. - it A ? if Iliff ' AF' I ii qi 1 W Q K 4 e,frf.arg "wifi - .. ,- ,, . W sg N , I l - in , , ' Q ' wi? Q Q if I f in S ie- , A . , -Zwigti i , , H il ya M, if 3 . , K it ,, r 5 ,g ..i"f1':7:git,V,k H, VI, :mfg ii 1. ,twq W 'ii Wi I 0 , , 4 ug A i I I ii 4 :ff in , ,, . , , jg: A- ,f s Egnfl V , 'Y 1' 'fr O ' " ' ' 0 . l y, st sw -1-If wwf 'lttflftti ,H :ag M' I ,- tv I, ., it I, V, 1' N: 4 t L . ' 2 that I I ' wr 1 , I 5 s , . . -CSI , fr-, si 1 nl. ' ' t it i' ' Wi I vp it if iiifjk-, 'ii ' tv- -'--- z., .,. 2, 4 eil: , we it f fl? ' 'X in ir, - " men f- 1 . , . 5 0 4 ' Tfii if i 1,1 M , .,,, ,. 1, vw- - c fu 9 t 'J ' " Yi' x.: 1 5 32 A gZ,.,.:,: -.I 41' sf' , 3,:z:s:s:aff'.- 55 .V 'HN- 'M , 5 'x I ..,. ggi:-1. twr' 'isfmtt , wit . i -4 2 V7 . ' V tfzfg , 157. , ,N tl fisagggiittlig . ' plat .A leg ,wi I..-ts, t 1 gl' 'f ' 4 , e- 4 . 3 aw s A fit 5 ..,.. I ii , 'iz . xc , I V ' fr m ' ' ya ,aymt . " . U .. 8 wwf ::::...,,,:, .f ..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.. ,. 1 1 , :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. , fs t 5.!:szs5saaasasz:iag:,s,. ' . 3 :si I xt., 'fluff ' -:5:'tI:t::k:.. , 5 I if f R i 1, 'Q fn ... , .E , f, is Q Q ,I , I f 5 'gwfwii WY . .1.,,..: -IF . .... t , . sw I fm X em.. ..... : - .... . i 6 7 f'?5 -Q 2 L , , , .J it I' l - w ily., ,, . . g ,I .A I ,7 .Qi I f,,s.,v5ig', -r-'wif' , X i UL. , eg , if 4 ..-- Q ez -it " - if ---P.. ,f , ic.: ,,e,x,, ,I CLASS OF 1947 JAMESON, DONALD, Gladewater, Arts and Science JANUARY, ALARIC CRADOC, Dallas, Arts and Science JEPFERS, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Arling- ton, Chemical Engineering JENKINS, JESSIE CLARK, Dallas, General Terminal JOHNSON, JACK DONALD, Fort Worth, Agriculture JOHNSON, LOUIS LYNDON, Grand Prairie, Mechanical Engineering JOHNSON, ROYAL VIVIAN, Alvin, Engineering JOHNSTON, GLENN F., Waxahachie, Agriculture JONES, ANNABEL NORMA, Lancaster, Arts and Sciences JONES, ED VERNON, Fort Worth, Industrial Engineering JONES, HOMER LEE, Longview, Petroleum Engineering JONES, JOYCE ELIZABETH, Big Springs, Technician and Nursing JONES, MARY BELLE, Handley, Busi- ness Administration JONES, RAY FRANKLIN, Laketon, Industrial Electrical Engineer- ing JUSTICE, ARLEY MINTON, Mar- shall, Pre-Medical KEAS, WALTER CLAY, Grand Prairie, Engineering KECK, DANA LILLIAN, Grand Prairie, Physical Education KENDALL, DORS IDALE, Arlington, Business Administration- Secretarial KEITH, JOAN, Dallas, Engineering KELLEY, JOHN LEROY, Fort Worth, Pre-Medical KENDRICK, L. R., Robstown, Pre-Medical KENNEDY, CHARLES EDWARD, Dallas, Engineering KEOWEN, PAUL FRANCIS, Decatur, Industrial Electrical Engineering KILMAN, ROMIE GENE, Crandall, Agriculture KIMBRIAL, EDWIN CARLOS, Fort Worth, Industrial Aeronauti- cal Engineering KNIGHT, CHARLES LINDBERGH, Dallas, Business Administration KNIGHT, MARY ELIZABETH, Fort Worth, Technician and Nursing KNIGHT, OTIS ALFRED, Port Worth, Business Administration KOPP, PEGGY, Putnam, Oklahoma, Commercial Art KRAMER, PAUL I-IARDEN, Chicago, Illinois, Pre-Medical LANE, IMA JEAN, Fort Worth, Business Administration-Secretarial ALVIE HARRISON, Fort Industrial Engineering RUTH, Arlington, WILLARD, Linden, Pre- LAWING, JEANE, Arlington, Fashion Illustration LAWSON, LILLIE RUTH, Arlington, Arts and Science LAURITZEN, BILL ARTHUR, Fort Worth, Engineering LESTER, DOROTHY ALICE, Dallas, Music LEVERETTE, JAKE EUGENE, Sher- man, Pre-Veterinarian LEWIS, ROBERT JOE, Fort Worth, Commercial Art Page 44 CLASS OF 1947 LEWIS, TROY E., Midlothian, Arts and Science LINDLEY, IAMES AMON, Tarrant, Engineering LIPFORD, IO EVELYN, Fort Worth, General Terminal LOCKER, ARBA LEE, Fort Wor'th, Arts and Science LOFTIS, ENID, Gainesville, Dra- rnatic Production LOWRY, RAY D., Longview, Electrical Engineering LUCAS, NANCY ANN, Grapevine, Arts and Science LUSCHEI, HARRIET ERNESTNE, Dallas, Commercial Art LYONS, BILLY GENE, Whitesboro, Agriculture MADDOX, LEWIS PENESTON, Fort Worth, Business Administration MANN, DORIS NELL, Arlington, Educa- tion MANN, SAMUEL, Pilot Point, Agricul- ture MARSHALL, DAVID, Dallas, Arts and Science MARTIN, HERMAN GLENN, Grand Prairie, Chemical Engineering MARTIN, IAMES DAWSON, Dallas, Petroleum Engineer- ing MASSEY, DELBERT GEORGE, Dallas. Electrical Engineering MASSEY, THOMAS I., Newton, Illinois, Petroleum Engineering MASON, BERTRAM WRIGHT, Green- ville, Industrial Electrical Engi- neering MAYBERRY, DOUGLAS WALTER, Fort Worth, Engineering MCAFEE, ELDRIC, Munday, In- dustrial Aeronautical Engi- neering MCAFEE, MATALYN IEAN, Fort Worth, Radio Production MCANALLY, CHARLES VAUGHAN, Weatherford, Physical Education MCCALLUM, WILLIAM DUNCAN. Dallas, Electrical Engineering MCCARLEY, HOWELL DAY, Blue MCCLELLAN, MARGUERITE Ridge, Agriculture ELEANOR, Gruver, Cormrier- cial Art NICCLENDON, JOE EDD. Fort Worth. Chemical Engineering MCCLESKEY, OTTIS LYNN, Dallas, Pre-Medical McCLUNG, MARY HORTENSE, Grand Prairie, Physical Education McDOWELL, CLARENCE WILLIAM. Arlington, Agriculture McGAUGHEY, WILLIAM ARN- OLD, Arlington, Pre-Veterin- arian MCLEAN, BERT IEROME, Decatur, Engineering MCLEOD, CARLOS, Farinersville, Indus- trial Electrical Engineering MCOUEEN, DOROTHY IANE, Dallas, General Terminal MCWILLIAM, IAMES, H., Dallas, Aeronautical Engineering MEADOWS, ROSS, Decatur, Engineering MILLER, BETTYE RUTH, Dallas, Business Administration MILLER, BILLY IOE, Dallas, Engineering MILLER, BILLY IOE, Dallas, Engineering MILLER, GERALD DURWARD, Aubrey, Agriculture MILLER, IAMES OLIVER, Fort Worth, Industrial Aeronauti- cal Engineering Page 45 lt.. .. 'E uv -6' t 2 X ,.,.,.,.... g 1 Et' fan ez 3 2: ln V , . . 2, l fi S..- v , .V- l ff- gi CLASS OF 1947 MITCHELL, MERLIN MERTON, Fort Worth, Arts and Science MOHUNDRO, LONNE WILLAM, Wylie, Engineering MONTFORD, BILLY IORDAN. Bridge- port, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering MONTGOMERY, HAROLD DONALD, Dallas, Pre-Medical MONTGOMERY, IAMES RICH- ARD, Dallas, Engineering MOON, THOMAS IEFFERSON, Dallas, Pre-Medical MOORE, A. C., Handley, Engineering MOORE, BOBBY GENE, Arlington, Pre-Medical MOORE, MELVIN IEWELL, lackson- ville, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering MORRISON, NELDA MARIAN, I-Iandley, General Terminal MOSHER, ELLEN DUKE, Fort Worth, General Terminal MOTLEY, JOHN ROBERT, Dallas, Physical Education MOUDY, RAY PAUL, Greenville, Engineering MOWLAM, WILLIAM VIVIAN, Corsicana, Engineering MURPHY, IOHN ARTHUR, Grand Prairie, Aeronautical Engi- neering MUSSLER, IOHN ALLEN, Dallas, Business Administration MYERS, MILTON DAVID, Iustin, Business Administration NEWSOM, EDDIE LEE, Palestine, Business Administration NEWSOM, LUTHER HOLLEY, Fort Worth, Chemical Engineering NICHOLS, WILLIAM CLYDE, Dallas, Engineering NOELKE, MONTGOMERY BLACKWELL, Irion, Pre-Law NORMAN, IOHNNIE MELBORNE, Fort Worth, Physical Education ODOM, IAMES EDWARD, Fort Worth, Petroleum Engineering OLIVER, ROBERT EWING, Dallas, Pre-Veterinarian ORGAN, CHARLEEN HOPE, Cin- cinnati, Ohio, Arts and Science ORR, WILLIAM WI-IIPPLE, Dallas, Engineering OSBORNE, WILLYE VIRGINIA, Arlington, Business Administration OWNSBY, MARY RUTH, Celina, Arts and Science PADDEN, MICHAEL, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering PAINE, IIMMY HARRISON, San Angelo, Industrial Electrical Engineering PANKEY, DOROTHY IOYCE, Terrell, Nursing and Technician PARK, MARY IOYCE, Dallas, Business Administration PARKER, EDNA FRANCES, Grand Prairie, Home Economics PARKER, IACK AUDNELS, Center, Business Administration PARKER, IOI-INNIE RAY, Midlo- thian, Engineering Y PARTRIDGE, WENDELL DEAN, Munday, Business Administration I PARROT, NEAL HARDY, Greenville, 1 Chemical Engineering E PATTERSON, CLYDE WESLEY, Petrolia, Agriculture E PENNINGTON, FRED HARVEY, ' Dallas, Business Administra- tion E PEEK, GEORGE WRIGHT, Grapevine, Engineering Page 46 CLASS OF 1947 PERRY, BILLY WAYNE, Fort Worth, Industrial Electrical Engineering PHILLIPS, ALAN RANDOLPH, Handley, Engineering PHILLIPS, MARY NELL, Mabank, Business Administration PIERCE. IOHNNY STANTON, Dallas, Electrical Engineering PIERSON, VIRGINIA, Fort Worth, Arts and Science POLLARD, ANNIE IO, Dallas, Pre-Medical PONDER, WILLIAM HARRIS, Midland, Pre-Veterinarian PORTER, SHIRLEY GLENN, McKin- ney, Arts and Science POWELL, GEORGE I-IENRI, Fort Worth, Engineering POWELL, LEWIS JONES, Arling- ton, Engineering PRIBBLE, FRED ALVA, Dallas, Agriculture PROFFITT, ROGER LELAND, Fort Worth, Engineering PRINCE, VRGINIA B., Fort Worth, Business Administration PURXIS, MARIORIE, Arlington, rt OUINN, NAOMI DORIS, Fort Worth, Pre-Journalism RAGSDALE, DAN WORTH, Fort Worth, Pre-Veterinarian RANDALL, WILLIAM DAVID, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering RATTAN, BERTHA DON, Arlington, Education RAWLS, ELIZABETH EARLE, Arling- ton, Arts and Science RAY, PATRICIA MARIE, Arling- ton, Fashion Art REECE, BILLY BRYAN, Athens, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering REEVES, EDITH EVELYN, Dallas, Home ,Economics REEVES, LAWANA ROSS, Handley, Business Administration REILLY, PATSY RUTH, Fort Worth, Nursing and Technician RENTZ, ROSALIE, Fort Worth, Arts and Science RIEDAL, ALBERT FREDERICK, Fort Worth, Pre-Medical RIGGS, BILLIE CLOVER, Dallas, Pre- Medical RITCHEY, SARA IAYNE, Greenville, Home Economics ROACI-I, IOI-IN LAWRENCE, Fort Worth, Pre-Law ROACH, MAUREEN, Terrell, Home Economics ROARK, GLADYS EVELYN, Arlington, Dramatic Production ROBINSON, ALTON ROYCE, Chico, Electrical Engineering ROBINSON, IAMES MADISON, Quanah, Agriculture ROBERTS, MERLE ELMO, Fort Worth, Industrial Electrical Engineering RODGERS, HAZEL MARIE, Grand Prairie, Arts and Science ROGERS, BILLY PARKS, Longview, Pre-Medical RONDEAU, CHARLES FRANCIS, Dallas, Pre-Medical ROOUEMORE, ELNA PAYE, Fort Worth, Pre-Iournalism ROSSER, IACK, Dallas, Engineering RUSSELL. HELEN GERTRUDE, Fort Worth, Physical. Educa- tion Page 47 1, Ifkfi I , , 1 .vi ,. ,Pwr- . ' T, 1. 'I-Y 'rl Q A as so F... .M ,,,,,. tv,3!.,v 3543, U -4 is-,,.'l,i,,-, 1 1 . w . Q s A , 4 I", fx. t t .Myr- ,x nr A 4 A-.'o Ski, '-,2',i. I 6 2 , 1 - fe :.- 5. ' ' ,WSI i X- , tif . 1 W' . ? ".'f - ' '55 . . Vb,V.,V,,V,, 2, , fp. 322. CLASS OF 1947 RUYLE, FRANCES ELLEN, Fort Worth, Arts and Science SANDEL, LAVONNE, Fort Worth, Arts and Science SANDERS, DAN CALVIN, Grand Prairie, Engineering SANDS, LLOYD DAVID, Alvord, Engineering SANFORD, DALE EDWARDS, Fort Worth, Engineering SATTERWHITE, HAZEL IIM, Arlington, Commercial Art SAYERS, SCOTTY PHILEN, Fort Worth, Pre-Law SCHMIDT, CAROL IOY, Dallas, Business Administration SCHMITT, E. DONALD, Fort Worth I Pre-Medical SCI-IROEDER, IAMES MICHAEL, Dallas, Aeronautical Engi- neering SCOTT, GERALD DEAN, Arlington, Indus- trial Aeronautical Engineering SCROGGINS, GRADY OWEN, Bowie, Agriculture SEARS, GLENN ROY, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering SEEGER, PATRICIA IANE, Terrell, Industrial Mechanical Engi- neering SELF, WENDELL RAY, Dallas, Industrial Mechanical Engi- neering SETI-I, LAWRENCE CARL, Kerrville, Electrical Engineering SHANNON, JACK OLIVER, Fort Worth, Business Administration SHELLEY, IOE WENDELL, Itasca, Engineering SHEPPARD, KENNETH FEOY, Hen- derson, Aeronautical Engineer- ing SHERROD, MARY ANNE, Houston, Commercial Art SHOEMAKER, DOROTHY IEAN, Fort Worth, Home Economics SHUGART, PRESTON GEORGE, Gar- land, Physical Education SIMMONS, FRED MELBOURNE, Dallas, Aeronautical Engineering SIMPSON, MARGARET ANN, Dallas, Home Economics SIMPSON, ROBERT, Garland, Engineering SITZES, ROBERT GENE, Pilot Point, Pre-Veterinarian SIZEMORE, IAMES WELDON, Fort Worth, Engineering SKINNER, CURTIS RAY, Dallas, Business Administration SKIPWORTH, BILLY LEWIS, Bells, Arts and Science SMART, MARTHA IEAN, Lancaster, General Art SMITH, ALBERT LEE, Fort Worth, Pre-Veterinarian SMITH, BILLY W., Dallas, Engineering SMITH, CHESTER LaMONTE, Fort Worth, Industrial Mechanical Engineering SMITH, DONNA IEAN, Fort Worth. Nursing and Technician SMITH, GORDON, Fort Worth, Arts and Science SMITH, HARRY FREEMAN, Wichita Falls, Pre-Law SMITH, HENRY CHARLES, Mineola, Agriculture SMITH, R. E., Fort Worth, Pre-Medical SMITH, TROY CLYDE, Burleslon, Pre-Law SOUTH, IOHN SHERMAN, Wilmer, Industrial Aeronau- tical Engineering Paqe 48 CLASS OF 1947 SPEED, BRADLY, Fort Worth, Industrial Electrical Engineering SPRADLIN, HOWARD EARL, Leonard, Agriculture SPRATT, IOHN STRICKLIN, Dallas, Pre-Medical SPRINKLE, IOE EDWARD, Waxa- hachie. Aeronautical Engineei- ing SPIVEY, BERYL RUTH, Morgan, Home Economics SPURGEON, SUTHERLAND, Fort Worth, Engineering STALCUP, BOBBY I-I., Dallas, Engineering STANTON, WARREN IAMES, Alvin, Agriculture STEINMEYER, IOHN LAFAR, Charleston, Electrical Engineer- ing STEVENSON, IAMES REA, Mansfield, Pre-Veterinarian STIEFER, ALBERT, Athens, Arts and Science STINSON, HAROLD EVERETT, McKinney, Agriculture STOUT, WILLIAM DONALD, Henderson, Arts and Science STRATTON, DONALD HOWARD, Blum, Business Administration STRONG, BILLY STINSON, Grand Prairie, Engineering STREETMAN, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, Dallas, General Art STRICKLAND, WILLIAM MARVIN, Fort Worth, Pre-Medical STRONG, IESSE M., Fort Worth, Arts and Science SULLIVAN, DAVID POPE, Ouanah, General Terminal TALLEY, IERRY ODELL LEALAND, Sherman, Pre- Veterinarian TAYLOR, BILLY, Timpon, Engineering TAYLOR, BILLY RUFE, Quanah, Agriculture TAYLOR, NITA GENE, Fort Worth, Business Adminismation TEASLEY, IOE HARRISON, Arling- ton, Pre-Veterinarian TELFORD, BILLY HUGH, Sher, man, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering 'l'i-IACKER, AUBREY LUE, Blue Ridge, Agriculture THOMAS, ALBERT BERNIS, Fort Worth. Industrial Mechanical Engineering THOMAS, CLAUDE CANON, Fort Worth, Agriculture THOMAS. WILLARD TOLER, Fair Worth, Engineering THOMAS, WILLIAM T., Price, Arts and Science THOMPSON, BETTY IO, Arlington, Business Administration THOMPSON, IEAN, Arlington, Home Economics THORNTON, KENNETH IACKSON. Haskell, Engineering THURMAN. RALPH TAYLOR, Dallas, Pre-Law TILLMAN, SALLY, Grandview, Home Economics TRAMMELL, BILLIE RUTH, Fort Worth, General Terminal TRAMMELL, JACK ROYCE, Dorchester, Agriculture TRAMMELL, MABEL ALINE, Ben- brook, Business Administration TROUT, BETTY JOYCE, Fort Worth, Nursing and Technician TROUTT, GENEVA PAULINE, Dallas, Dramatic Production Page 49 jf- W ' 55- ,lst 'G 1 H. . V K l I 23535: K 11 ' ffw iifii i, 1' l I " 5 A D EM, i 5 CLASS OF 1947 TUMLINSON, BETTY RUTH, Dallas, Home Economics TURNER, CLARENCE LEON, Engineering Dallas, TURRENTINE, HULEN EDWARD, Dallas, Agriculture USSERY, ELMUS SNIDER, Fort Worth, Engineering VANDERGRIFF, IRA LOUIS, Denison, Industrial Mechani- cal Engineering VIDMAR, MARY IEAN, Fort Worth, Home Economics VIVRETT, BOBBIE IO, Dallas, Home Economics VAN VOORHIS, ROBERT WAYNE, Dallas, Engineering WAIT, DICK, Bonham, Business Administration WALLACE, WELDON L., Fort Worth, Engineering WALKER, WANDA LOU, Fort Worth, General Terminal WALDIE, GEORGE C., Osceola, Pre-Medical WALLACE, MARY CAROLYN, Coleman, Pre-Iournalism WALKER, CHARLES LINDY, Sadler, Agriculture WALTI-IALL, ROBERT PARKER, Fort Worth, Chemical Engineering WARREN, MARILYN READ, Dallas, Nursing and Technician WARREN, ROBERT LAWRENCE, DeKalb, Agriculture WASI-IBORN, ALMAS PRESTON, Decatur, Engineering WASSER, EVERETT LOUIS, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineer- ing WATKINS, MARY NELL, Dallas, General Terminal WATERS, MYRTLEAN N, Dallas, Pre-Iournalism Vv'ATSON, CALLIE ELIZABETH, Grand Prairie, General Terminal WEBB, DORIS IEWEL, Dallas, Nursing and Technician WI-IITE, BETTYE JEAN, Dundee, Music WHITE, HAROLD BROOKS, Grand Prairie, Industrial Aeronautical Engineering WHITESIDE, IOHN RONALD, Fort Worth, Engineering WI-IITLEY, IAMES VADEN, Dallas, Engineering WI-IITT, ROY D., Ladonia, Agriculture WHITTINGTON, WILLIAM IAMES, Sweetwater, Pre-Iournalism WIMBERLY, WALLACE, AN- DREW, Dallas, Engineering VJILI-IITE, IOE MOODY, Decatur, Business Administration WILKINS, WALTER RALEIGH, River- side, Illinois, Business Administra- tion WILLIAMS, ARTHUR MEADOW, Fort Worth, Aeronautical Engineering WILLIAMS, BEN I-IESTER, Terrell, Pre-Medical WILLIAMS, EDGAR, Arlington, Speech WILLIAMS, FAY ALICE, Dallas, Business Administration WILLIAMS, FIELDON EARL, Worth, Engineering Fort WILLIAMS, GEORGE FOWLER, Arlington, Industrial Electrical Engineering WILLIAMS, MARTHA LOUISE, Wylie, Commercial Art WILLIAMS, MARY ALICE. Dallas, Speech Page 50 ADDITIONAL STUDENTS BANKS, BOBBY DAN, Marshall, Industrial Mechanical Engineering BAIRD, CLAHIENE, Dallas, Arts and Sciences CROSS, IOYCE, Fort Worth, Home Economics INGELS, ALICE, Dallas, Home Economics IOHANSON, MARLYS, Grand Prairie, Home Economics IOI-IANSON, MARY, Grand Prairie, Arts and Sciences KINSELEY, MARIALYNE, Dallas, Nursing and Technician MORGAN, CLOMA, Grand Prairie, Pre-Iournalism NEWBERG, FLORINE, Fort Worth, Home Economics SHROEDER, HERMA LEE, Dallas, Business Administration SMITH, RAYMOND, Fort Worth, Pre-Medical WHALEY, IAMES, Dallas, Engineering , 'L .I ,331 :,.z,.- 5 .,.,., . . E-vZia55Ea5.:a: Q I, QQ, ,:--::-.-: ,. I if f fe it 5 s' "iI' , : A X .,.. : ,E :- , ., if I ef 58 Ki s L .4 I f', .fi 5 4 vi,--4 ff: IS 4 ma y sf' if If ., A WILLIAMS, RAY NEWTON, Charleston, X A xglff- 5,51 S. C., Chemical Engineering U Q I ,X WILLIAMSON, JULIA MAE, Dallas, 'ii ji 1"' Home Economics 1 f " WILLMAN, ETHEL IEANNETTE, Q l Sequin, Home Economics I WILLS, CLARIE LOUDELL, A 1' . it 1 '22 L N . ' ton, Business Administrdntiloqr? 'af If 3333? Ei :Y Az- I rpg as 3' 3 l I WILSON CAHROL LOYD v At . , enus, rs -F' 5-1 and Sciences it WILSON, GEORGE NATHANIEI., iff' Lancaster, Business Administration - ,,.,3z:'k WILSON, IERRY WALLACE, Bells, WILSON, ROY JOHN, Irving, Electrical Engineering g"'fQ'3""':" IIVOOD, CHARLES WILLIAM, Grapevine, ' Business Administration WOOD, CLARENCE, Ardmore, Okla., f Mechanical Engineering WOODS, THOMAS, Dallas, chemicsi ' Engineering WORTHINGTON, RAYMOND fl1i" .- ,- MELVIN, Fort Worth, Chemical , A I as fs 5 ,sas A we , E A :-- - Engineering ::: if "::' WORTMAN, SHIRLEY DAWN, Dallas, Arts and Sciences WRIGHT, WILLIAM COSTON, Alba, Mechanical Engineering YATES, E. EARL, Forney, Business Administration YEAGER, RICHARD GRANT, Blue Ridge, Agriculture ,. 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Business I Lgtfsftfis A Administration - ---i A H5 YOUNG, ALICE, ESTHER, Dallas, I H , " 'I" , ff if Home Economics A I , YOUNG, GARLAND E., Dallas, " ,, we , WW rf Engineering ' ' YOUNG, ROBERT CECIL, Midler 2 A - . thian, Arts and Sciences ' ' ' 'E Page 51 Actkinson Addington Adkerson Allen, Forest Allen, Horace Allen, loseph Amonett Anderson, Charles Anderson, George Arnold Askew Aston Baird Baker Barntord Bandy Banks, Bobby Banks, Dan Barretto Bass Beard Beckstead Bellah Bennett Betts Bickers Biles Binney Binnion Birchett Blackwood Blagg Blanton Blassingame Boles Bone Boone Bostick Boswell Bourland Bowles Boyer Boyle Brashear Braswell, Charles Braswell, Clarence Brier Britton Brock Brooks Brothers Brown, Barbara Brown, Helen Brown, Lindsley Broyles STUDENTS Bullock Bunnell Burdett Burns Burrow Burt Catiey Calvert Campbell Canon Cantrell Caraway Cardwell Carrothers Cartwright Carvaial Cashion Cassell Childs Clark Cline Coffman Compton Corley Cramer Cregg Cross Curran D'Arcy Darr Dempwolt Deuvall Diggs Ditto Dodge Domer Doolittle Dorris Douglas Dow Early Earnheart Eaton Elam Elkin Eller Erickson Erisman Fannin Farmer Faulkner Fischl NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Flory Foust ' Prix Gallagher Gathings Gay Gillmeister Gonzalez Graves Gribble Hackler Hallstrom l-lampel l-largis Harpold Hayes Hildebrand Hildreth l-losack Hunstable lrwin lanuary lenson Iett Kirkpatrick Klassen Kniseley Lusk MacWilliarns Macy Marti Maxwell McCfuckin Meier Mettler Ogden Pemberton Poindexter Pothofi Prestridge Proctor Rascoe Bhyner Rosellini Rummell Ruth Ruyle Saifarrans Schattel Schroener Schuler Scruton Shipman Shipp Shults Skaggs Slade Slocum Smyth Speers Spikes Squyres Stagner Stobaugh Stone Stout Stults Sutherland Tacker Teubner Thompson Tilley Tinsley Toal Toler Towry Trimble Underriner Vance Villalobos Wade Wagner Weatherall Webb Weidner Whaley Whittlesey Wieneskie Wilborn Wilcox Wiley Williams Willis Wright Youngloye WEST AND WEWAXATION CD Hoorofy for Hoppy . . . C23 To soy nothing of Holrmon . . . C35 Becrt it out, Icfckie . . . C45 Ioke time . . . C57 Pi Mu Weiner Roast . . . C67 Burrrrrrrrrrr . . . C77 Hello, hot, Where's Ioy? C83 Sing it sweet, Roomie . . .CQJ Plots? - .1 ... ---x .Y 1 1 'x i C E e 4 s .5 R 1 C ...y 1 Q 5 is 3 3 E Q 1, X i z i 2 Poqe 53 S 2 I. f fax? our W A eeee e 1 MILITARY MUSINGS C17 Let's Watch that stuff! C25 Who yd sWedtin', Ace? C35 Three buddies . . . C47 "Commander" Fields C57 Hi felldrs . . . C67 Well, Dry, made OI few changes, didn't ya? 479 The Colonel cmd staff . . . t th l8l 'Hoot "filers" Gibson . .. C95 Put me down, you ol' crazy . . . C103 Hut, hut, cmd so on in o e night Page 54 VIEWS AND NEWS C17 Queen Scrrcr was elected Farm Sweetheart . . . C23 Gczposis of the teeth . . . C37 Mister Cole C47 Hi, beootiful . . . C53 Ioy cmd Iecmet . . . CGD Vtfhy, there she is... C77 Without or cure .. Weiner time-to eat that is . . . 4 2 E 's 5 ii .4- ,C 1 5,2 Page 55 t -vhs? S i 1' DEPARTMENTS THE BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT The Biology Department offers the courses of Zoology, Bacteriology, and Comparative Anat- omy to Pre-Medical students, and also to any student Whose major is Nursing and Technician. To the agricultural student, the department of- fers a course in General Zoology, General Bot- any, and Bacteriology. Pre-Veterinarian students may take several courses which add to their hours needed for their degrees. Students who are majoring in other departments may satisfy their science requirements by taking a General Biology course for one year. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING In this branch oi engineering the student learns the basic facts about planes. He is taught how to build and repair them, and there is also a course offered in which the student learns to fly a plane. The student works on "cracked up" planes or planes that need reconditioning, and from this Work he gains much useful knowledge and experience. THE NATURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT This department includes the departments of Geology, Physics, and Chemistry. The Geology Department trains students in geology, miner- alogy, and petrology. This year the students visited Big Bend National Park in order to ob- serve the Wonderful rock formations there. The Physics Department offers such courses as pho- tography, the study of sound, mechanics, and heat. The department is proud of its up-to-date apparatus and materials and has two Well- equipped darkrooms in order that photography students may get practical experience. The ma- jor courses offered by the Chemistry Department are quantitative analysis, food chemistry, and organic and inorganic chemistry. Page 56 DEPARTMENTS THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT One of the major engineering courses offered at NTAC is the technical engineering course. Many other branches are included in the Engi- neering Department, however. The student may enter the field of civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering Cboth techni- cal and industriall, or petroleum engineering. The well-equipped shops rank very high with those of other engineering schools, and the student learns most of his education through ac- tual experience. t THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT The agricultural student has a choice of many subjects. He can branch off into agricul- tural engfneering, agricultural education, ani- mal, dairy, and poultry husbandry, or he can go deeply into the field of horticulture or agron- omy. The College Farm is operated by the de- partment. FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT The Fine Arts Department includes the Music, Art, and Speech Departments. The art courses are planned to give or good working foundation for those students who desire to become pro- ducers in any of the various fields- of art. The music courses are designed to prepare a few with exceptional gifts for artistic careers, to fit a few for the teaching profession, and to enable a much greater number to add the cultural knowledge of music to their academic equip- ment. The courses in the speech department are designed to offer preliminary training for teach- ing and performing in the various branches of speech, drama, and radio, to train students in the fundamentals of good speechy and to offer practical assistance in speech to students who are majoring in other departments. t Page 57 DEPARTMENTS. THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT Business correspondence, shorthand, account- ing, business mathematics, advanced typewrit- ing, business law, income tax, and retail mer- chandising are included in the courses offered by the Business Administration Department. The student may also go into the study of salesman- ship and marketing, if he desires, and learn the ways in which the products of industry move through the channels of trade to the final con- sumer, including the actual selling processes and sales campaigns used. MECHANICAL ARTS Mechanical drawing, required in some engi- neering courses, is preparation for a career in itself. The student learns printing, three-view drawing, and auxiliary drawing. The person who is studying to be a construction engineer or a contractor leams to make and interpret blueprints. DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS The mission of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps is to develop Reserve Gfficers for the United States Army. The Reserve Officers' Train- ing Corps is a practical school of experience in the development of character, initiative, and leadership. Benefits derived from the training are valuable to the individual in any walk of life. The cadet gets practical instruction in mili- tary discipline, courtesies, and customs of the Serviceg military sanitation and first aid: map reading, drill and leadership: rifle and rifle rnarlcsrnanshipp automatic rifle: characteristics of Infantry weapons: combat training: and in- spections and ceremonies. NTAC students who entered the Armed Forces found that their mili- tary training was a valuable asset to them. Page 58 II E P II B T M E II T S ENGLISH DEPARTMENT The purpose of the English department is to give instruction in the theory and practice of the proper use of the English language, in both reading and writing. An attempt is made to give the training in the particular field of English composition and literature which best fits the needs of students in this College. The work done is essentially that done in the freshman and sophomore years in any four year college or university. SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Economics, Government, and History com- prise the Social Science Department. The course in economics gives considerable attention to the present economic problems of conservation of resources, agriculture, housing, monopolies, labor, social security, money and banking, in- ternational trade, and world problems of eco- nomic reorganization. The government course is divided into the study of federal, state, and local government. Emphasis is placed upon the rela- tionship of the government to the problems with which our nation is now confronted, as well as the consideration of the organization and proce- dure of the departments of government, their ac- complishments, and defects. The history of civili- zation, the history of England, of America, Tex- as, and Latin America are included in the courses offered by the History Department. MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT The modern languages classes are made up largely of general academic, pre-medical, pre- law, education, and geology students. In the French course, composition and conversation are stressed. Oral reports from the leading per- iodicals published in the United States and Can- ada are made, and the language student learns French popular songs. The second year classes are conducted entirely in French. The Spanish classes offer somewhat the same courses of study as the French classes. Phonographic re- cordings are made by the students to record their progress with the oral form of language, Italian is also offered to those students who wish to learn it. Page 59 HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT The Home Economics Department has two main courses of study-food selection and prep- aration, and clothing selection and construction. The course on food selection deals mostly with the study of food values, menu making, care of food, and its cost in relation to the body needs and income. Typical family and company meals are prepared and served with special at- tention to economy in material, time, and work. The clothing selection and construction course stresses the selection of design, color, and fab- ric, as well as the development of skill and creative ability in the actual construction of the garments. The home economic student learns house planning and furnishing, costume design- ing, table service, nutrition, home management, and design. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT College algebra, trigonometry, analytic geom- etry, plane geometry, general mathematics, mathematics of finance, and calculus are the main courses offered in the Mathematics Depart- ment. Taking mathematics are mostly students majoring in General Academic, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Business Adminis- tration. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The purpose of the Education Department is to provide the equivalent of the training offered in the first two years of the best senior institu- tions which are devoted to a program of teacher preparations. The department is divided into two main courses of study: high school educa- tion and elementary education. DEPARTMENT OF CAMPUSOLOGY Cl? Summer semester slave . . . C23 Not loo timid, not too bold . . . C37 Lost your marbles, Sora? C45 Alvin and Ace . . . C53 Spring hos sprung . . . C65 Now pose purty . . . C73 Dgllos doty dodgers . . . C83 Legs Pollard . . . C93 Party time ot the form . . . ClUl Smiles . . . Clll Sweater gorl . . . C123 Cozy, oirft it? Q Page GU CD NTAC gals do dress up . . . C23 Bingo! C35 Rufus . . . C43 lt's a Weiner roast . . . C53 You name il -I'l1feed it . . . C65 Wilder and Schmidt inhaling sunshine . . . C71 O. D. Cchickenl . . . C87 Break that hold, Beeson . . . C95 Ole' ladies . . . ClOl Merle, Ienny, and Merle-now lhat's a good trick if you candoitn. A 1 "L X, I7 dj' f' ll : V vu . Nfff IVV r 4 , U ' QJCC J ,,fv"'D V ' fllfrj Z X, ffl Wf fu' 'Di 5 wfil-Cf? . ,lfflf 'C 29 ff A Page 61 C17 1t's a fadeout . . . C27 . . and her shoes were number nine" C37 Heavy, heavy, hangs over your head. 47 Freshman!!! C57 Fi-nan-cee from Stamford??? C67 Glamour pose . . . C77 Grab your ankles, freshman . . . C87 Souci time . . . C97 He thinks he's a cowboy . . . C107 Bless his little pointed head!!! C117 He's an officer-hubba . . . C12 Simple Page 62 ill Hide that bottle, boys . . . C29 "C" ramp of Davis Dorm . . . 133 More dorm boys . . . C47 Ta1ley's room at the farm-What, no Talley? f6l Pin-up qal, George? C77 Corsican Hall Cicls Cwiih a "k" souncll. Page 63 1' 'f-f wx' .' f f- 'wwf -- H .W 1 xii , , ., 'wlgzill irtl QEIQM ,. A x Y-f X MILITARY , 4' ,N fXJ N ' 4 X J S UN, j 'Q f f 'S IJ N , ,xy fx! AUX ILX- , f N """' X ,X 4 5 'W , X x - ' W - AD, W Page 64 gf - ,dm 'V 1 '-ma: w - ' -wi 3 '11:l1:E",. fig 31 U Y. ww! 5 A .E -, apazs ' wifi? ' '1 , K , si, 2 ig Z A 1 fy Q 1 M , 52 ' E, 4 F 6 ' .. E A ,Q "uv 2 ww' vf 2:2 sk an Y. i 1 io ,595 u ge- U wakglq 'ax 55155, 35 MQW S L 1 Q TS if A A an v 15 gg Ly .3 f '3 'fL v,???g viE?? :f'g H ' 'U"H'Q 4C V 1 W 5 Wm .M 1 ,W V ww ' , , Pi?"li5 E, v f Q. , f.- N a 4 1 WSE, N f 'QA' W w E If f Q ai gr,.,WM 4 W 1 Y' ,--eh., - ,... .A-1 -4-' .,-,, .4 J Y . T x I Q J 2 I . Z, u In Ali X X ' 3 wiv, 'Q ' XV ' X I ' Ax -, ' If-XP Y 5 . - F 9? M X " . . x f ., .T . N Si ix , . Xxx W ' J . 1 ,N J Q T . V, .N 4 .Q Y ' fix A Tx' AN s MAJOR GEORGE E. WATKINS, Coylmctrldcrnt . V. .l. . 1 . -. il Lf- 3 4 L. 3 3 As'1'1-sg? Fx flqr' 1 f I, J- f X I -' Q K 007535 1 . N '12 -Mlm Lx- 1 W, mg, 'fin M -X fx B ,l,V. : W EAS' .. W, 3. VLf7f'tT .Q '11 55. KTTH jj SN , K Q exif -x ' . xp it -rl' ja' 1 . Q J .Z 'J -L? f .Iii hifi 'f - fa 'Nm iq ' . ,J sa YB if' 'Al' 'Lg 'Y Xi, QED .453 LT. PAUL SATARINO. SGT. LEONARD WHITE, LT. PAUL BAYLESS gg fpglf' Q if fl: SGT. P. D. MCCAMMON, SGT. LARRY WILLIAMS ffl Ce A51 L 5 Tl LE 4 li ZF , f-V G 5 Af A . ig 'D L Q Page 66 gym .sh 3 .1 1 QT? ' CADET LT. COLONEL ALBERT INGELS BATTALION STAFF n E Page 67 Back Row, Left to Right: ING-ELS, SEAWELL, STEVENS, WASSER. Front Row, Left to Right: JANUARY, FRIZELL, GREEN, BISCHOFHAUSEN CUMPHNY A rl!! ?. Alderdice Alexander Barnes Bell Berry Bourland Bradley Brown Brummel Bryce Callan Castillo Churnlea Cornley Cooper Crawford Darr Day Denny Duff ' Edwards 'Lui 9 s 3' s FT N CAPTAIN ALBERT INGELS LT, CLINTON BOURLAND f ' ' r A- , MW C7+245li71'3-' -40ft""'A 2' , . ff. JK: f'lL.L-Au f d Lb K ',-. -1 N' w , A "0 FIRST PLATOON , ,, ,Q,yfipf,1.,,,4,.r.Q. v 1, 4 ,i Q IAHLZKJS- L-QA,rg .ve X" ' 4 Lg L if' ' , ., ,--ff, coMPANY nosrfzn M ,Vg - ff-f' 5- B . -,mm - A,.,fj,1-f rf f ef In-' ,Z Fewsmith Kelley Riedel Fields Knight Roach Fletcher Lang Roberts Frazier Lauritzen Rondeau Gates Lea Sands Gibson Lewis Seth Glenn McAfee Simmons Goforth McAnally Smith, Albert Graham McCarley Smith, Billy Grubb McCleskey Smith, Chester Harlow Mann Smith, Troy Heald Massey Stalcup Hefley Miller, Billy Stout Herrington Miller, Iames Thacker Hogan Mohundro Thompson Hold Murphy Thornton Huggins Myers Washburn Hughes Noelke Westmoreland Irwin Odom Whiteside Ieffers Patterson Wilhite Keas Randall Williams Wilkins Page 68 SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON I I Page 69 CUMPIHIY B CAPTAIN IACK BEESON LT. SCOTTY SAYERS Ahler Aldrich Aldridge Bennett Bohan Brooks Brown Browning Cannon Chapman Cummings Davault Deering Edwards Everett Fulton Gidney Gore FIRST PLATOON Greer Hagler Hanna Hardin Hatter Hayes Hinds Holland Holley Howell Irby Iacobs Iarnison Johnston Kendricks Kilman Langston Lewis COMPANY ROSTER Lynch McCulland Massey Miller Moble Myers Norman Orr Paine Parker Ponder Powell, George Powell, Raleigh Robinson Scott Scroqgins Sears Shelley Simpson Smith, Harry Smith, Royal Spratt Strickland Taylor Trarnmel Ussery Van Voorhis Warren Watts Williams, Arthur Williams, Edgar Williams, Fieldon Wilson Wiberly Young Page 70 SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOON 1 I Page 71 CUMPHNY C CAPTAIN los STEVENS LT. GENE WATTS Abraham Adams Alexander Barbosa Basten Bertum Birdwell Blain Bower Brents Brown Burks Carter Chatham Churchwell Cole Countryman Crockett Currinqton FIRST PLATOON Danhof Davis Dozier Dunn Eaves Edwards Epperson Fitzgerald Friday Goode Horn l-luckabee Hughe Hurst Johnson Iones, Bobby lones, Homer Lee lustis Knight COMPANY ROSTER Lehey Lewis Lowry Lyons Mayberry Montgomery Mowlam Parker Phillips Reece Robinson Sayers Schmidt Schroeder Self Shannon Sitzes Sizemore Skipworth Smith, George Smith, Gordon Smith, Homer Speed Spradlin Sullivan Talley Thomas Towry Turrentine Vanclergrift Wolker Walthall White Whitt Whittington Wilson Wright SECOND PLATOON UMW VL ' -N -ig ' :QM i 2 " ' ml ., THIRD PLATOON Page 73 ' E CUMPHNY ll CAPTAIN O'NEIL LOFTIS LT. SAM MORGAN Anderson Baker Binnion Bonner Bounds Bourland Brooks Bryant, Alfred Bryant, Hugh Bullard Burton Caliee Calvert Causey Chandler Cole Collins Davis FIRST PLATOON Dickinson Dietz Dry Edwards Elrod Flynt Forbes Frederick Galbraith Gilstrap Hall Ham Hanna Hare Harris Hendon Hill lacobs COMPANY ROSTER Ienkins Iohnston Iones Kennedy Kimbriel Latham Lawson Leverette Loftis McLeod Maddox Martin Mason Maihes Moore Morgan Newsom Padden Partridge Perry Pierce Porter Powell Ragsdale Rosser Sanders Sheppard Smith Stanton Stevenson Siraiton Tilford Wilson Wood, Charles Wood, Clarence Yeager Page 74 SECOND PL ATESQ. r3iw ,N M X ' Q JJ A' ij? rv I 7 '7"7 .mari Kumi mm. THIRD PLATOON ,Wm .di Page 75 HEGIMENTHI. BAND QQ, Eli? , 'W 5 Ai E55 'PTM' - lla, 'fi ig? Alderdice Arrowood Bevers Brooks Burpo Carroll Cox Crain Crenshaw DeGrand Denman Ernbelton Fickling Forbes ROSTER Green Haney Hockaday Hoffman Huggins Hunt Hutson Iasper Iohnson Lindley McC1ean Martin Mitchell Moudy Nichols Parrott Pennington Proffitt Reid South Steinrneyer Strong Turner Vivrette Whaley Wilson Wortliington Young BATTALION STAFF SECOND SEMESTER OADET LT. COLONEL JOE STEVENS CADET MAJOR EVERETT WASSER CADET MAJOR A. C. JANUARY, JR. CADET CAPTAINJAMES FRIZELL Adjutant and Executive Battalion Provost Marshal Assistant Provost Marshal First Aid Officer Aihletic Officer Page 77 T LT. RICHARD BISCHOFHAUSEN f DET LT. WELDON HAM CADET LT. K Assistant PfO G'9K51 M W QA I Supply Officer Person T U5 , 4if4jwf5wMWM l55yjf59 K W7 Q L W , X QT, ?QQ5WMi5mMW?T?QTT WWW Wa Wywajy ff My Tf?WWiQ5K35fTWUQgQWM TWT TW W TSW' T T wwjwy K0 L ' s W TQ' W SECOND SEMESTER CADET OFFICERS BAND COMPANY . . . CAPTAIN NEAL PARROTT, IST LT. BARHAIVI ALDERDICE, ZND LT. DAN REID, ZND LT. ROLAND COX COMPANY "A" . . . CAPTAIN CLINTON BOURLAND, IST LT. ALBERT RIEDEL, ZND LT. OTIS MCCLESKY, ZND LT. HERBERT HARLOW Pcrqe 79 COMPANY "B" . . . CADET CAPTAIN GENE WATTS, IST LT. SAM MORGAN, ZND LT. HOMER LAVVSON, ZND LT. IOHN LYNCH COMPANY "C" . . . CAPTAIN SCOTTY SAYERS, IST LT. IAMES GOODE, ZND LT. JAMES GRUBBS, ZND LT. IAMES SCHROEDER, ZND LT. BOBBY LEWIS Paqe 80 Pcrqe 81 C15 Tc1y1or's back cmd Dickson's got him . . . C25 "Bull" Dozier . . . C35 We crre the joy boys . . . C45 "A bunch of the boys were whooping it up . . C55 Picture of contentment . . . C65 AW, qorrsh! C75 Merry Christmas . . . E S X 1 C17 Sure was drunk out that night . . . Q25 Ianis 'ri Iorisie . . . 133 Paid adver- tisement-Inqels for King . . . C47 Sho' love that Marthy . . . C57 Drape shape with a slip hip . . . KS? Bang Banql BANG! B A N G l C73 Danny Boy. . . 183 Hit anbracel Page 82 C13 Cadets' delight . . . C23 lt's Wenman, three to one . . . C33 Boingl C43 Rose among the thorns, or-bag in the bushes . . . C53 Oh, those sunny Thursdays . . . C63 Bandbox Boys . . . C73 Playboy! C83 Quadrangle quartet . . . C93 Dallas darling . . , ClO3 That studious Billie Marie . . . Cll3 Legs! 12. Oh no, not Page 83 CigCfi1'1- - - KA w XX A A, Q fy M i of N x lk, , X233 w HVY. PQ W Agqlff I 4 uf .um x , Na , ,, ,, A5 P .ZX LT. PAUL E. RICHARDS, Commanding Officer NTAC was sorry to say goodbye to the V-12 Units which ap- peared on our campus in Iuly, 1943. The sailors and marines were prominent in scholastics as Well as in athletics and social activities, and made themselves Well liked by both the students and the faculty. LT. R. G. FLYNT, Executive Officer Page 85 Nlllllll. PLHTUUNS FIRST PLATOON Buck Row: Thomas, Decker, Filzsimmons, Bailey, While, Whatley, Pierce Middle Row: Beckham, Lynn, Pogue, Stone, McClendon, Biava, Sharp. Front Row: Battle, King, Uland, Cassidy, Stell, Skiles. - SECOND PLATOON Back Row: Dawson, Slackney, Ellington, Parramore, McSwain, Gwinn, Murrell. Middle Row: Brown, Lara, Essley, Schweisberqer, Hilton, Hannah, Beiqhlol, Barnes. Front How: Muire, Griffin, Brown, Exall, Ogden, Trowell, Lonq, Pratt Page 88 NAVAL PLHTUUNS THIRD PLATOON Back Row: Chestre, Christian, Harp, Myers, Stapp, Conklin, Cavener, Kennedy. Middle Row: Porter, McGivern, Roye, Wolfe, Smith, Ator, Pratt. Front Row: Drake, Spearman, Wiest, Baltz, Fullwood, Delmer, Israel. Page 89 FOURTH PLATOON Back Row: Yauch, Gustafson, Iohnson, Humphrey, Grant, Clauzel, Downs, Shannon. Middle How: Osborne, Maloney, Bartlett, Clark, Thompson, Shrewsbury, Mattson, Donihue. Front Row: Wright, Bach, Chiapuzio, Angltn, Vtlest, Walden, Alsles, Loos. IT WASN'T ALL WORK f I I ! " 1- .X ,,.,.., Y i ll-43 Sailors, Sailors and more Sailors... C57 Poly Technique . .. l6D Hello, Rocky! C77 Navy Farewell Dance . . . C87 Showinq off for the Swabbies? KQD All the "gold braids" were there . . . Page 90 Page 91 TIME OUT , A ' f Q, .. i. . f.N,. 1 I 1 4 W- V...-vw. - CDG1eesome threesome . . . C25 Eager Beavers . . . C3DHei1o, Ears . . . C47 Boone never Wastes a spare moment . . . C57 Surprised you, didn't We? C65 Winter Wonderland . . . C73 Now smile, Dusty . . . C89 Capps House Cuties have a small game of bridge . . . C97 Dear Miriam-now she uses Irium . . . f-1 -Ah 'F 1. ,,!!xl i s I ., .q!, .X I V My I X ., 1-AJ f n N 1-.-I I-1.3. 4. Lf I Qi fx 1 gr rv V1 ?NcII2Ar'I UPERSONHLITIES... gy, FEATURING Q KING AND QUEEN a PRINCESSES AND ESCORTS Q BEAUTIES o RUNNERS UP EOE BEAUTY Q wHo's wHo 2 THE CURUNHTIIIN in Ei QJMN LW' III-Ill RUYIH. HIGIHIESS .. llueen Surn f f WSW LU-12 Vfw M fn- LJZVSJ9 'M' 5. ww X V 3,1 A f"y",xJ-H,-77 -,,,f 'FELL HIS IIUYHI. IIIGIINESS . . . King Hlherl C15 Long live the Queen! . . . Q25 And her princesses . . . C35 Wonder Whom shes mad at . . . C47 A good time was had by C111 . . . Page 98 Cll Coronation Dcmce . . . C23 Princess Betty Cowort clncl Escort Gene Wotts . . . C33 Queen Sotror cmd King Albert . . . C49 Still dormcinq-com you ftncl yourself? C53 Her Mo- jesty's court . . . C Page 99 'N 2 Q .b E F f PIIINCESSES HND PRINCESS SUZANNE FLORANCE PRINCESS ANNA WAYNETTE SMITH ESCOPIT DUFFY HOLLAND ESCORT IOE STEVENS Iwi. 'ISILA 422 5 if I 5, 5251? sw? PRINCESS BETTY COWART PRINCESS MARILYN WARREN ESCORT GENE WATTS ESCORT FRED RENNINGTON Page 100 THEIR ESCUIITS PRINCESS ENID WILDER PRINCESS BETTYE' ALLEN ESCORT SAM MORGAN ESCORT ROY WHITT Aw Page 101 PRINCESS IO ANN ELLIOTT PRINCESS MARTEEN DeWITT ESCORT IAMES FRIZELL ESCORT IAMES GOODE SNOW TIME SCENES C17 Exchange in the snow . . . C27 Vickery sweats even when it's snowing . . . C37 Snow ball time . .. C47 Merle girl hurls . .. C57 Come on, girls, lei's all go out and freeze to death . . . C67 The Round House-as any fool can plainly see . . . C77 Martha and Mary Nell. Page 102 Page 103 PARAMQUNT PHQTURES, mc. 545I MARATHON STREET HOLLYWOOD 38, CALIF. TELEPHONE CABLE ADDRESS HOLLYWOOD 24Il "FAMFlLM" 10 January 1946 Miss Ruth Jasper, Editor JUNIOR AGGIE North Texas Agricultural College Arlington, Texas. Dear Miss Jasper: It was a great pleasure to judge the beauty contest conducted by the JUNIOR AGGIE. All sixteen of the young ladies maintain the well-known Texas reputation for feminine beauty--so that I had difficulty in selecting the ten most beautiful among them. But, on the basis of the photographs sub- mitted, I have marked my selections as you requested. Not knowing the young ladies' names, I cannot congratulate them personally, but I send my good wishes to all the contestants and to the hard-working and efficient editor of the JUNIOR AGGIE. Sincerely, Cecil B. deMi1le CBdM-C EHUTY BETTY EDWARDS Betty Edwards, who also answers to the name of Reedie, is a freshman hailing from Lancaster. A shin- ing personality, dark brown hair, blue eyes, and five feet tive inches of good looks make Betty the well-liked person and true beauty that she is. Anything mischievous appeals to Betty, and she is always right in the midst of fun and laughter. Watch- ing a basketball game is her number one diversion, and she is very fond of dancing and swimming. In high school this vivacious beauty was cheer- leader and secretary of her freshman and junior class, and her popularity has continued at NTAC. Betty is a loyal member of the Sans Souci Club and is all for the traditions of NTAC. Page 104 ve, 44.1 ,rf .e ' ' - 1-Wxafm . A 9 '5i"- Q SV W. .wif EHIITY MARY WALLACE Mary Wallace, better known as Lynn, is from Cole- man, but she attended the University ot Delaware where she was a cheerleader. Mary entered NTAC in Iune, l945, and is now known to practically every Aggie on the campus because of her friendliness and ability to "get around." Her favorite pastimes are singing and drawing, and she does both very well. Mary claims the Bullock House for her campus home, and the Sans Souci as the best on the campus. Mary has a reputation for always looking neat and well-dressed. Her dreamy eyes are very attractive, and she has a personality which everyone respects and praises. . x vgvl on ti 'Q r- -' Q V7 ! I , X'-P' ' tt V' t X." KQV rl' ' 't' ' Trl pw X ,-. - L - rx J ,f4 Lf X Xltfw, x xx W' N X x H X xr r 4,--. X NL, 1 , ,f ,V .f W I ,. r' 4 Qi ' iv 2 'La 3 l . f ' 1' ff' L V, W., . , X fi! it xy- t I L r 1 I 1 X X All .Y .XV .1 t tt I its -y -. ' Fr - -N X. -lx 1 l V 'v 1 , ' .. ' . -T " 4, fi. . X , x v "4 ' r x ,.t- - Page 106 'Wwe 1 'L I K ' W5 if " L I Wk A Agia w ""W,v,m W fv' W .X A R :f?mzz,q EHIITY DORTHY SHOEMAKER Dorothy Shoemaker is a freshman from Paschal High School in Fort Worth Where she Was a drum rnajorette. Her ability to get along with people has made her very Well-liked on the campus. The Word swimming makes her big, mischievous eyes light up, and she can rave on all day on the subject. Her favorite food is tried chicken, and she never seems to get enough of it. Another favorite is the Zangola Club. Dorotl'1y's ambition is to become a model, and she shouldnt have any trouble with her combination of blue eyes, long black hair, and personality. ,ni Page lO8 i wi , K 1 4 1 E 5 ? E A II T Y MARY BETH KNIGHT Mary Beth Knight also hails from Paschal High Where she was a member of the National Honor So- ciety and the Latin Club. As for clubs at NTAC, she is a member of La Docena. Her favorite pastime, for the present, is writing let- ters: and eating fried chicken ranks second With her. Her naturally curly brown hair, green eyes, and flawless complexion add much to her beauty, While her fascinating personality makes her everyones fa- vorite as Well. Mary Beth clay-dodges, which she enjoys very much, and has definite plans for her future. Page 110 -,gm-iw? gr E111 16613 Fw .. , 1 , feat .gg 33 -Q RUNNERS UP IO POLLARD BETTY cowAR'r MARY WILLIAMS Page 112 FUR BEAUTY GLADYS ROARK JEAN LANE Page 113 ENID LOFTIS .,, I ffl , ,Nm F 255 ' ' 1. A - "'W'zw Lael QV:-5? . A Q, . CAMPUS CAPERS Cll Lot Dot initiation-soy, girls, how about that hazing? C23 Sizemore, the studious one . . . C3l Beth 'n Ioyce . . . C47 Bock booth Bruder . . . C59 Speedy gets CI free ride . . . C65 Well, Sunshine . . . C73 The Filthy Five . . . C87 Careful here, loyce . . . C95 lust like the one that plastered dear o' olcrcl . . . C103 Officers' dinner clcmce oft the Ccrsino . . . Page ll4 C13 Tensh-hutlll C23 Mcm shortage . . . C31 Marching olong, together . . . C49 Dorm pgrly' gt the Bcrgdord Club . . . C59 Er and Ed . . . C63 Buddies . . . C75 Gee, fellgrs, enough is enough . . . C89 Alley coils . . . :C E S 6 C 31 Q! 51 EC C il , ET . l ff' 1 L C ll 1 3 l Cl 5 5 2 5 5 3 ? Q ef l fl- 5 3 2' u 1+ Pgge l 15 C C Wll0'S WIID O F l 9 4 6 . . . as chosen by Faculty Members and Department Heads AGRICULTURE IOURNALISM E. R. Hollon Ioy Fields ART MATHEMATICS Beth Streetman Alan Phillips BIOLOGY MILITARY Larry Vivrett BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Florence Hook CHEMISTRY Larry Vivrett EDUCATION Helen Beckett ENGLISH Willard Bennett GEOLOGY Sue Cornelius HOME ECONOMICS Betty Tumlinson INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Lee Glenn Albert Inqels MODERN LANGUAGES Frances Horsley MUSIC Norma Conley PHYSICAL EDUCATION Tom Chandler PHYSICS Betsy Rawls PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING Iames Gore SOCIAL SCIENCE Arba Lee Locker SPEECH Betsy' Carr Page 118 E. R. HOLLON E. R., or "Er" as he is commonly called, is a Pre-Veterin- aricm major from Dallas. Among his many accomplish- ments are: Secretary-Treasurer of the Agricultural Club, Treasurer of Phi Kappa Theta, Secretary-Treasurer ot the Student Faculty, and Cheerleader. E. R. is readily known for his happy Smile and jitterbugging. He claimed Iones House as his campus home while at NTAC. BETH STREETMAN Beth has done outstanding work in art, which is her major. She day dodges from Dallas where she graduated from Sunset High School. Beth's green eyes and dark hair have attracted a lot of attention on the campus. She is an active member of the Art Club and plans to continue her work at Texas University after graduaing from NTAC. LARRY VIVRETT Larry receives double honors this year, for not only is he representing the Biology Department in Who's Who. but also the Chemistry Department. Besides this distinc- tion, Larry has a long list of other achievements. He was Who's Who in English in 1945, a member of Phi Kappa Theta, Vice President of Pi Mu, and an officer in the Cadet Corps. Larry plans to attend N. T. S. T. C. upon completion of his Work here. FLORENCE HOCK Another Dallas day dodger is Sophomore Florence Hock. She is a Business Administration major, and a mem- ber of the B. A. Club and Phi Kappa Theta. Her friendliness cmd ability to get along with others have made her well- liked by all who know her. Florence plans to continue her studies at Baylor University upon leaving NTAC. Page l 17 HELEN BECKETT Helen is an Education major from Dallas Where she at- tended North Dallas High School. While in Arlington, how- ever, she claims Bennett House as her home. "Bucket" as she is affectionately called by her friends, has become Well-known and liked for her sincerity and straightfor- wardness. Helen is a member of the La Docena Club and plans to continue her study in the field of education at Southern Methodist University. WILLARD BENNETT Another day dodger is Willard Bennett who calls Fort Worth his home. Willard is one hundred per cent for the Bullpen and the day dodgers. His outstanding record in English has made him Well-liked by the faculty as Well as by the students. SUE CORNELIUS W Sue is a Geology major and is deeply interested in the subject. Her home is in Seymour, but her campus home is Cox House. She is one of the famous Cox House Cuties, Sue is a member of Phi Kappa Theta and has maintained a high scholastic record since she entered NTAC. BETTY TUMLINSON Betty is a Home Economics major and ct member of Tau Eta Mu. She day dodges from Dallas where she at- tended Sunset High School. Betty has many friends on the campus and likes NTAC as Well as it likes her. Page 118 LEE GLENN Lee, an Industrial Engineering major, is from Cross Plains. On the campus, however, he stays at Willis House and claims it is really the best. Lee is an active member of the Engineering Society as he is interested in anything which has to do with the Subject of engineering. At present his plans are indefinite, but he may continue his studies at some senior college. IOY FIELDS The lournalism representative this year is loy Fields from Fort Worth, where she attended North Side High School. loy, a lournalism major, was managing editor of the Shorthorn during her freshman year and this year was editor-in-chief. loy is a member of the Avolonte Club and plans to enter Texas University when she finishes NTAC. ALAN PHILLIPS Alan is a Chemical Engineering major from Handley. He is a freshman and has an outstanding record in mathe- matics. Alan is a member of the Engineering Society and Phi Kappa Theta. Being a true and loyal Aggie, Alan plans to attend A. ci M. upon completion of his course at NTAC. ALBERT INGELS Albert, an Aeronautical Engineering major from Sunset High in Dallas, is the Military Departments choice for the 1946 Who's Who. He has a long list of accomplishments to his credit, among them Lt. Colonel of the Cadet Corps, King, Cheerleader, and a member of the Officers Club. W'hile on the campus, his home was Davis Dorm of which he was Cadet manager. Albert was well-liked by both faculty and students at NTAC. He left at mid-semester for the U. S. Army. Page 119 FRANCES HCRSLEY Modern Languages major, Frances Horsley, is an Arl- ington girl. She is a freshman and a member of the La Docena Club. Frances enjoys playing the piano and is quite good at it. She plans to attend. Southern Methodist University upon finishing NTAC. NORMA CONLEY A cute little blond with pretty blue eyes is Norma Conley from Midland. Norma is majoring in voice, and, although she is a freshman, she has already made quite a name for herself on the campus. She is member of the Zangola Club and the NTAC Chorus. TOM CHANDLER Tom is an ex-marine from Dallas. He has played both football and basketball here at NTAC. He is a member of the KVK and is active on the campus both socially and scholastically. He was a member of the V-12 at Arkansas A. 45 M. before coming to NTAC and plans to continue his education at Texas A. G M. As for his future life, he wants to go in for pro-basketball and coaching, BETSY RAWLS Betsy Rawls, an Arlington girl, is a Physics major. Betsy is a freshman and a member of Phi Kappa Theta. She has been outstanding in sports as Well as in the Physics Department. After leaving NTAC Betsy plans to go to Texas University. Page 120 IAMES GORE Sophomore Iames Gore is a Professional Engineering major from Bridgeport, Texas. However, he calls Swann House his campus home. Iames is a Second Lt. in the Cadet Corps and a member of the Officers Club. He is an Aggie through and through as he intends to go to A. ci M. upon leaving NTAC. His blue eyes, curly blond hair, and pleasant personality have attracted many friends. ABBA LEE LOCKER The Social Science Department selected Arba Lee Locker as the representative for the 1946 Who's Who. Arba Lee is from Fort Wortli Where she attended Poly High. Arba Lee is a member of the Glee Club and has been one of the outstanding singers on the campus. She names Texas Uni- versity as her choice for a senior college. BETSY CARR Hailing from Fort Worth is Speech major Betsy Carr. Betsy has appeared in several productions by the NTAC Little Theater. Her most recent and most outstanding per- formances Was in "Watch On the Rhine," which was pro- duced in March. Betsy's gaiety and unique personality have made her very Well-liked on the campus. She is a member of the Sans Souci Club and was Secretary of her class when she was a freshman. Betsy plans to go to the University of Wisconsir- to continue her schooling. Page 121 , ..' 1, t A-rt .M , C15 See what We mean about her personality? . . . C25 And then there are other bodies . . . C35 Harmony Hut Honeys . . . C45 lust call me Napoleon . . . C55 Mari- lyn and Curtis CI'm qoinq to Texas U.5 Mathes . . . C65 "Parting is such sweet sorrow . . C75 Frizzzz . . . C85 Good morning, Mary Lou . . . C95 Toothpaste ad . . . Page 122 Page l 23 9 CD Have a beer, buddy-aw, shuclcs, it's only soapsuds . . . C23 Enid "The Look" Loftis . . . C39 Denman and Armer sweaiin' it oui on The Quadrangle . . . CLD Greta and little La Da sister . . . C55 Hi, Louise--hoW's lohuny? U55 "Er" just eats this up . . . C73 And Cole doesrft mind this too much . . . f N 4 qgib ORGHNIZHT x 5 Q IONS. .Jr , ' xx, V f.f-45.3. ' , 52,4 'ef fx. is 2 1 H V1 -vf -wx -in if gxm H li li IE B l!,Bf',f ,fy 2. The Aggie Bar Was founded in"i9,35 ioriie purpose of promoting a spirit of brotherhood and fellowship among the prefiqvv-students on the campus, and for the purpxosgoflac- 1 quainting its members With,,s :efQthe,h1n5f! damentals of the profession. ,V - ff ,."5" ft f Under the able sponsorship of C. D. Rich- ards, the Aggie Bar has kept in step with the times. They entertained with a picnic in the fall. . 1 J , ,Q,! ff I , .f If 1 V 2' ,V , A 1 ,. -,f .f fi ef-1' ""-'Q I-ii 4 wry 'JH' ' ,, t.. V., , ,aff , My ti A, . . - f f "Mr ' Q- 'ff ' 1 . ,t , ., tv- we' if I , fffzf-"' '7 lj 4 i, Q V gf .f f I President ..,.. 1 .........,.................,. Boone Fields 1 nj-"?f"f"1f' H-gf . ' eipfyi 1 eff, A-Q --! - ' Vice President ..,..... ,.,....., I omes Frizeil f -f r 1 g' A V if VA H, , if Wifi' 61" ,V 5,1 3bV,,g,,,.,, Secretory-Treasurer .... ,... D ortncx Braidwood - ig , 4, V ff I j,.f -- ' f' V Reporter ............ ..... C lmton Bourlcmd , V 4 1, ' ,I dy f "" I, f p it-. W A7 ft sponsor .....,,. . . ...... C. D. Richards If A jd - rf A , , . 1 rf,-,,.. QI' ,r -jj, set ff ' .Q2..,f.,,e t if ,f ,--f wx iaiaia ai t if-an it .ts fl Ati C 1 IO X, .S at ef ws. t .42-N 1 ,, 45' Q59 - f: p . . .IIV M0 .3 J? Y. Yagi' Npvh, VRF ex M E .Yury bylaw," Top Row: Eourlnnd, Brcxidwood, Ioy Fields, VV. B. Fields, Frizell, Gibson. Bottom Row: I-Icmucr, lohnson, Noelks, Sayers, Smith, T1-esp. Page 126 SANS SUIIIII CLUB SANS SOUCI is from the French and President ,...., Vice President . . Secretary ...,.. Treasurer , . . Sponsor , . . means "Without a care." One of the older clubs on the campus, the Soucis are usually in the forefront of activities. The purpose of this orqanization is to promote friendship among its members and on the campus. Club activities this year included the an- nual Fall tea at Miss Ran'1sey's, a luncheon at the Century Room, and a picnic in May. l .......,.Eettye Allen . . . .Enid Wilder . . .Sara Ritchey . . . . Betty Miller . . . .Zelda Ramsey Q A 'ini 3" ' Fwfl K H 'llwfif ' . .!t.. "'it': .W Q . f W . ff ......: , S. ' .. t - - ------ : ' 1 ,,,,, , ' . , " .... , nm. ,xg . 'il' 1135 ill- gy W . . :5:5:5:5:5 - New gf. W. -if - - ' -...Q - mf ' g - 2 H 'E . X . L' , "Q , f A ' 'fe ' ' 'Q M Q. W s 1 - M -' Q1 in . gf, W if. .. A fi" . f if' ' ' A 51 ' 'W ' t ,gg ' 1 Q ' : , V H . W ,, ' ..:.. 1- F' ' H -H755 Y ' "Tv 1 ' i'-V f "ii '. .Q-: ' ""' .- .. ' ' ' 'W t ' ft- - 2. . W - 1211, ' I . i- f fx as-. ..,. . ' " i I t . V - vvvvv -ws s use iff- if-:.:.:-:--. -A ,,,g?zE',..12s , f 1..:,,p,:au,. . fqiass. ---- "'t1'il'l1??F2 ' 6 J ' t l 'tl.llill.l i'fe1W V mit 'tt """ 2 .tts-fi-:tit ' ff 1 2, Qfys' ' 'w'l ':.N: . ' ,.-- 'Z " '. ,. - 1 TTS!! " ' ' ' .Q , , 4 it 1, .L ,im 3 2 , .1 .,.,..':,,,..,- sy., .1 .., x ,E ,' W fy. si 3 ,-'Witt - 'i:f:f3 ' l '52 -., ' ' ' "" M ' ,. , A I Wi.. . i ,. ' if '-1 1' fi.. 2' fit" l Q N - W -.Q J lt' Elf?-:J if + P K ,.,,. ig si PT" t l? , 5' li iii Ev .muff .lf ,MM-M .,.,.,.,,,.,.,..,....,......,...,..,.. .1 ,,,.,.. ' sf- 1 ' . giffw'-N xv 'f'-f gf' ' 227 - ' ff g ' 'rg kzfsgf' 15 N ' , Q, , 4 . .4 M .,M 2,5 g .g ,? VV 4 J 43 :K 4 56, - Zn ? 6 A V. 4 K . . X .s k ,ae ' - - A .rv 5 5 4, , ,yg.t,, 5- .Q ' . . ,, vt ff W we ---- . A . H 33 1 E13 ' , . ,f -------: , . N . .. ,M "" ' A ' ,rf - t 'H 'A K .O - v' . r ,Wfw .. -. fl Q gixii'-,m 555251-I- "f' t t. Ii, . ,,-, ., Q3 I ggi, ia .... A. - . X . . fsxgrtw,-., 5 , .- f ff: --11-s.l,.3w'ws.f..m5??..T.X :f i 'iw-1::Z..t:.-:.." tif Page 127 Top Row: Allen, Beyer, Bunnell, Carr, Chapman, Clarke, Daniels, Dickson. Second Row: Edwards, Florence, Fuess, Gambill, Handy, Harmon, Howell, Jasper. Third Row: Iones, Loitis, McQueen, Miller, Phillips, Ritchey, Simpson, Smart. Bottom Row: Waters, Watkins, Wilder, Williams, Williamson, Wrenn. HG CLUB Any student who is enrolled in any agri- cultural course at NTAC may become a member of the AG CLUB. The purpose of the club is to draw these students closer toqether, to create more interest in agriculture, and to build up the Agricultural Department. In the way of entertainment, the club planned a Father-Son Banquet. President ......... . . . James Grubbs Vice President ..... .... I erry Talley Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . .E. R. Hollon Reporter .,.....,. . . .Weldon Ham Sponsor . . . . . .I. L. Owens . " ,V 2: 1 - " .igitg M ' ,A . ., , . 2 of f -e --r- , i t sxsgg. .-4" 1 f, 4 ' f "W N-SP' ', wi nw ri, . 'f' - I - .er 4, w . 14. 'L --"' :X 11. -1 1 1323 , fs. ,K --in-ijflsir . 3918- 4' 5 gt. f . ..-- - A K l'i2:f"'i" ., ' ' I HW' " x Wlifi' ' ' ' " -dy ' ' ls WH fi ' f- fttl .J , , . - t , ,Q . .,..... s ...... - , .A- -. wr., gag, ty, . ,l VY L, + ,ps w . Q . M sw we - t if ' 'GQ ' ' 1, ,, 1 get 'Q sie. V' 1' Qi, few' .ff ll ..,. , - lmirf' 65, 555 222 A 43, '79 ' ' -viii - .J VV "E 1 5 .L -, 'L . CQ zzr. 'll H, lf-211 'r ,F -4., .. - f' 'ri ex, 5 eff .::: -- :J Q -' H .., ,- u if ' . .- .. . , wb , r ,,-We . ff ,SH . W ... .... .. gl ,, , ' ,, .Vg ,, N I 4, V .gg ft .s .Q x f iw ar m - x 2 5-,.. -v g11,f,-:- Q f , Q-Ms. ,.:-New . QQ, 4 , 5 A -W 4 . 3 'cf f wi , 'r - .dy iQ1.:s.55:,gw 1,1125 1 5:5 - , ,f.,,. Wg, fgf'1 Hg,, f ' ' 'fe E., , . ,. 9' 'Ei' I . Pf -we 1 ' ....1,: sf. t .wt ew -Q :, gggimft - 4 f 2:-tw' ---' in ,rw -an A :-gtg w ,zur his ' 3 ' ' - , , ' , ' . 7, .r r 1, A' Q ,Q A 1 ,Y Top How: Abraham, Aldridge, Bonner, Brown, Campbell, Cook, Crawford, Denney, Elders. Second Row: Elrod, Epperson, Forbes, Gates, Grubbs, Hall, Ham, Harris, Hayes. 5 Third Row: Hollon, Irby, Iohnston, Kilman, Leverette, Lyons, Miller, Ponder, Pribble, Scrogqms. Bottom How: Siizes, Spradlin, Stanton, Stevenson, Talley, Taylor, Turrentine, Warren, Whitt, Yeager. Page 128 President ......., Vice President . Secretary ..... Reporter . . . Sponsor . . . Sponsor . . . . . . . . .Greta McLarty . , . . . . . . .Frances Kelly . . . .La Verne Calaway . . . ,Louise Weymouth 1: """' . . . . . .Lucille Taylor . . .Willie McGhee 522555 J " 3' . . ..,.,., 1 sr. J -- 1,254 "l' , . gg ff!-1fv!4!'A 1 L "M at t. A '- ui: :si as -'.:.:.:.. ' ggarz l iw a V, ,,,,, I .,.,,,,,., - ' LH DUCENH CLUB "The Dozen" are known over the campus for their personality and spirit of friendliness. They have been in the midst of social activi- ties this year by carrying out their motto, "Corcliality on the Campus." Among their socials were the initiation pic- nic and a luncheon at the Cliff Towers Hotel in Dallas. ,ai :Q 2 L: , 5,3 "" xi g s ggrfxxg 3 my t 1 wg Q wg Q a .g:',,. 5 W 3 N ,, F iii- t 5 H ni r Ek . V gm gps 4 is 2 2 Mt? Y .. ., ,... 3 gig Yale: Q9 s Page 129 Top Row: Barton, Braidwood, Calaway, Calhoun, Chastain, Collins, Gaddis, Hager. Second Row: Hall, Hopkins, Iones, Horsley, Horton, Keck, Kelly, Knight. - Third Row: Lankford, Lipiord, McLarty, Moss, Organ, Reeves, Roark, Short. Bottom Row: Spivey, Tidwell, Taylor, Vidmczr, Wills, Weymouth, York. The ART CLUB was organized to promote ABT CLUB interest and friendship arnonq art students. This club is made up of students Who are enrolled in at least one art class. They' entertained With a Scavenqer Hunt in the spring. President ...........,,....,....... .... ..... C o nnie Iones Vice President ........ ..... M ary Savage Secretary-Treasurer . . . .... Virginia Binion Parliarnentarian ..., ...... I une Amos Reporter .....,, ...., A ndy Sherrod Sponsor . . . .... Howard Ioyner -vs-.,,. I .1 ., Ev ,sy ,y .,..:::::'z-aes S ry ' 15 ,wi E, 13 A , Z by E 3 ' " '-1f3'1f15 , W rfrl, . 'lst ...,rr,, .rf tgitii, .V ,..- "' . fx"2m,ir5EEk':i,,,.g 1 , ' , -1:-.- ff .5 'ft 'I Q L Q A ff if ' 1,::gi'l'5'Qf, t"' ls' dgift.: '?T?? z X ., I, , .ug 1' ,. ---V- .1 ' is ftliliffa -"f "' Nl 4555" r .zifvf .. ' ' Y , '..,: 152- 5 1 f " ' 'V 1 V W - -.. L , 'F 2, 'fv ,,, ,, ,,.- ,. , fdszfftf ,s -4 W' 'f A QS 'finl 5 1 gm , ,.,. .. fiilfiltttttft. 15 ' A 'f ' -:nL21 1'g., .f , ' ' X M 2 A, Y I 0" 'NTT ' .sv ,,.. : - 1 i I " Ligai' ' 2.'.a:- ,fa ,- -M5fzn.m.,ff mi Top Row: Amos, Anderson, Arnold, Barbee, Beyer, Binion, Cassell, Conant. Second Row: Curtis, Edwards, Everett, Hager, Handy, Iones, KOPP. Lawing. Third Row: Lewis, Luschei, May, McClellan, Mosley, Purvis, Quinn, Ray. Bottom Row: Sarterwhite, Savage, Schmidt, Sherrod, Smart, Streetman, Williams. Page 130 ZIHIGOLH CLUB "Light of heart" is the meaninq of the gypsy Word Zangola. The members of this group are Well known on the campus for their friendliness. The club held their initiation in Fort Worth on Friday, March 8. Eight new members took the Zanqola oath. One of their other club functions Was a luncheon at the Triangle Inn. President . . .Mary Ann Grossman Vice President ....... Norma Bickford Secretary ....... Peggy Sellers Treasurer ......., Myra Street Reporter ...... Miriam Cassell Parllaznentarlan . . .Billye lean Bucher Sponsor ............,. Elizabeth Sanders 4' 2735. -tj-1 Top How: Amos, Biclciord, Bryan, Bucher, Cassell, Conley, Ioella Daniels, Rubylu Daniels. Second Row: Davis, Deskin, Doyle, Gray, Grossman, Margaret Hanna, Mildred Hanna, Heuschober. Third How: Hinkley, Holmes, Hund, Hutchinson, Hutson, Jones, Morrison, Pyburn. Bottom Row: Reeves, Sellers, Shoemaker, Snead, Street, Termin, Vivrette, Wiwfvmson, Wortman. . H. CLUB The B. A. CLUB was organized to aid stu- dents in gaining more knowledge of business and economic conditions. Several prominent businessmen spoke to the members on real estate, credit rating, and other important developments in the busi- ness world. Aside from business, the club had a Christ- mas Party and a picnic in April. , , .Flora Mae Estes President .,....... Vice President ..,..., Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor Sponsor . . .Ianie Decker . . . . .Mart Hardin . . .Zelda Ramsey . . .Lucille Taylor Q2 rn f,i5li5l?7 'l.,i1iitf t lk: ' VW' " faillllfiH-Q5 . ig-3 .,.. ,. ,: iiailggu , I ..... , 4. A f .V I , .... . ef, if-fi iltns wz .mt dural' . k ,W ' . Z s 9 -is 'Q ,Q . fl f ? ti, ' f N f Sw " 'A' -TT-J 'i' , . 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Trammell, Walker. r Page 132 : "'-" If 251' I--t ' ' -.-.-'- i -I-:-:--:izfziii 13:.1i::J:E:::E:E: :Ez-:I ML M 3 E l V, Tl it iiii 4 W, Qi 'l W fu, In K 'Zi x M w f QQ i X w ,, F ' " 1 l N HVULUNTE CLUB The name AVOLONTE is from a French idiom meaning "pleasure With direction." The members have carried out this meaning as well as their motto, "happiness for all," dur- ing the semester. Entertainment this year included an initia- tion party in Fort Worth, a picnic, and a birth- day party in the Harmony Hut. Top Row Arnold Brown Decker Carter, DeWitt, Dezelle, Dickey, Dunlap. Second Row Elliott E es Fields Ford, Guy, Gwyn, Hinds, Ingels. Third Row Iones Knox Kopp Lawlng, May, Ownsby, Renz, Roach. Bottom Row Sabo Savage Sherrod, Smith, Sioy, Troutt, Warren, Williams. ,,,..V.jLN ,, i hx. EMR..- ,,, -A k 1 ' 'l-ifig. gf 1 ,gre Q ' nn?" Y' 'Q ,fl W ,.-. K gl iiilm N fg A ' 5 .. .... . , 5 'fra 'kiyr ff-r-Vis 115- -'- ,,,:- -. ,ii be ,,. , . 1 A 1 ENGINEERING SUCIETY The Engineering Society is one of the largest and most active clubs on the campus. During the past year they have had many engineers from industry to speak at their meetings. The clulo's purpose is to stimulate enthusiasm and interest in all phases of engi- neering. The hayride and picnic in March was a big success. mf. 'IW ' ' f 3 KM I 1 A 9 ' ' f ', bgww ,fl flip lf. ' -f ,I 3, F 'sgxgf , X , H . , iz:- N '55 'tt' . U, T fifful I it ,a -5 f -W, ..,..i . , . i ,, ,,, ,, if Q33 , swf , , , V. . i ,, A - , , W, Q f 'ff' Hr 1 at S if ,gi , r W., ,:, -:.........wE.gf is is s . . is "" A . 1 7 ,W Al 1 H! President ....,...........,,...,....,.... Weldon Vickery Vice President ...... ....,., B ill Seawell Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . .Levelyn Blalack Reporter ,........... ,..... B 'ert Mason Sponsor . . . .... Roy W. Burdetl , V T ' ' i,i. T... . . rirr s VV V u T - ' - -rvr ' is " - fn 2 ' ' ,: ,272-to .save , V , ,, Q f T --" - v -'--: -V -x t . ' 1 , V. , A 2- 4' , , . 1 'L .4 4. 5 2 V I ' , gif V, gj.: 4 , fl W 6 ' i ,vvv z ,. , K 'E-at r' A - g' ,, 1 V fm H iii. , sf 'pdf V . Vi , V fr 5 HQ' V' u f ' . """ - ,.,,. , -'W vase' ' i . V . tgtfiil sz i"""lf?iil'tff"54i+Mf ?f'Wf7'f'i W Q ..,,, V. - iFti'2.g- ,. , -i-- "" V 2 T' .. .,..., V 1 - , . . , iii V - , gi rl:- A V ,. 1 ggi. Q: , V . is V E.: , , in VfVV. V- 'K 1 'll 2:. W : 'iii-55:- ..' , 'E-2: "-' ,Vi ',: "" 2I.-:rE35I- 1--1 1 , 22 , Si -'FM 5 :I , ' Q H 9 2' ' ""' E QV Q. ' ' f-'5y.f"Wr1 , ,ti -335,55-gy.,:agV1 W . ., , f. V M -- ,,5,x3.Qg'M,x q ,aV"2fal1q5ff 'f l . 'I' - wrt, f ff if l 'W 1- .6 we V? s 13. ' '. -1" . 5.51425 ' x , P"ffZf f ,?f QE QE1779 3 ,, ft W Top Row: Bell, Blalack, Bourland, Bradley, Browning, Bryant, Carroll, Chapman. Second How: Chatham, Crenshaw, Denman, Dozier, Edwards, Greer, Hager, Hoffman. Third Row: Keown, Langston, Lowry, Massey, Mason, Bill Miller, Iarnes Miller, Pactclen. Bottom How: Randall, Shelley, Smith, Stevens, Viclcery, Wasser, West, Whaley. n is 'V xl 59 R l l Ei agx .Q ' fm I W 5 " rn: L 4 .. . . '42 f 1 -4: 65, ,, sq , X iww ' VJEZ , gif " all 2925 I r-Mlnafy-f, ll1.f?f',f,,!4s-if f 5515? .... -' ,, ., ,gps 1 . ,. t , ark. - 15.-P nz., .4 ' Q ,E Page 134 President ...,.. Vice President . . . Secretary .... Treasurer . . . Reporter .. Sponsor . . . S. 0.5. CLUB Although it is the youngest club on the campus, the Secret Order of Smiles is by no means the least. The aim of this group of girls is to be truly friendly. Among the activities of the S. O. S. were a Barn Dance and slumber party in Ben- brook, and a Valentine Party in the Harmony Hur. . . . .Betty Cowart . , , .Janie Bardin . .. . . . . .Dorothy West .Mary Catherine Davis . ,.,.. . . .Io Mosley .Margaret Cameron near t We H , ifrlkwr i ' TUE .. , ' ' :li ' i i ' ' ' ' Q. 5, A: ,....,. 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Wall!-5-till ' ' W' -- l II-- - .... , , H ffff' Q - ET1 ,',' I. ' ' " K .. 3 1 '- 1 5 ., .... . II .f ww -I Y M W., "fi 'W i-2 S ---'- we f' .. .,..,. I .5 . I ,IIIIII II. .. ,I..I,I .f ' -, III . . I. .. Iiw' N V. ,.., I , -s g' rr 1 .- - " 'H K reg , 225' t wil e?if,l5klQ ' 1 wi 4.2, -wg - ' if .J-if X H ?iZ?5fse.f' 212 N 1 Next, " thaw, ',.. .3 ,Q 1. ' liii44'fff'E" . .. 'LS Y x r..a"'. ,, , , ti r I ' fi"-.s25333? ii i ' we . 2:15 - ' . n,5i,,,g,1fz e if ,mit .,Ql!?,,lI , .lm if .,., Q H . .fe :A-g?,:rfl7 II ,,-. I I ' t I I ss., U ...lt ' ' -. " .Um I ..,I:"::? f 'sg.'a,,.g:4-. ...... . I yi I II I I .-5: ififvli' ss. 'lil - K SG. 3' I, "" 1-lv' I ,W , xg . II , ,I ......, ,. II 522 fl ti 1 . M 7' Q 'ns Page 135 Top Row: Armstrong, Bardin, Beasley, Burt, Coke, Cowart. Second How: Crouch, Davis, Finley, Frost, Gray, Horne. Third Rgw: Harris, Kendall, Lucas, Mosley, Ray, Seegar. Bottom Row: Smith, Aline Trammell, Ruth Trammell, West, Willnian. F. F. ll. The NTAC chapter of the national organi- zation of the Future Farmers ot America is composed of those agricultural students who are firm believers in the club's motto, "I be- lieve in the future of farming, with a faith born not of Words, but of deeds." They maintain a recreation hall at the College Farm which offers unlimited oppor- tunities as a place for club meetings and en- tertainment. President ...... , . Vice President . . , Treasurer ...... Reporter ..... . . . . Parliamentarian . . . Sponsor .... .,... ......Roy Whitt .Lindell Aldridge . . .Walter Harris Grady Scrogqins . . . .R. L. Warren .....I. L. Owens Top Row: Aldridge, Crawford, Denney, Goforth, Ham, Harris. Second Bow: Iohnston, Kilman, Mann, Patterson, Ponder, Scroggins. Bottom How: Sitzes, Talley, Thacker, Warren, Whitt, Yeager. tix W, 'L Page 136 President , . . . . Vice President ...,, Secretary-Treasurer . . . Sponsor . . .......... Sponsor . . . 3573! .. ,,,,,,. ws V t s. . ir- ' .-ti I -5, NH... . fist.. Qu.. fig ,mst xi in, ,Wil Z ,'. fr 5, vm, 5 is et? ...........,.............,..larnesGrubbs . . . . . .Bill Seawell ......A. C. January . , . . . .Lt. Ioe Stevens . . . .Lt. William Bayless UFFICERS CLUB Each cadet officer becomes a member of this orqanization upon acceptance of his com- mission. These students are responsible for the maintenance of the discipline, character, and loyalty of the cadet corps. Their meet- ings are planned so as to offer opportunity for selection ot ideas to further these aims. It is not all business, however, and this year the club entertained with a dance in Fort Worth. ' t , ---- -wists N, 1 ' t X -. A iv as: " :ii:: lg 4 -' :Q . 'QW . , .,.,. ,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.., . . . 't , ..,.. 5555 154 'tt' t , t t. 4. -' 25. H -.-.- i wg! ,. , ,... , I., . ps-We ' ,tt - .-1' , it nm.K"3:."1:t 3 1 -1 I l sw ' 'Mff'ffiiii.'i ll ,... VVWU l Page 137 . 5 ' . X . . ,H .:... . t M A 4 . 1 . .,... V , Qi , mmf 5 2 1 ' 4. 5'lft.iF,iii1itg' A , R', 15:2 ..... l W1 5: Qi, 5' H36 in ' 36515 g , V f- , ,-.. Top Row: Alderdtce, Beeson, Btschofhausen, Bonner, Bourland, Cole, Cox, Frizell. Second How: Goode, Grubbs, Ham, lnqels, Ianuary, Latham, Lawson, Bobby Ioe Lewis. Third Row: lack Lewis, Loftis, Lynch. McClesky, Martin, Morgan, Orr, Parrott, Pennington. Bottom Row: He-id, Riedel, Sayers, Schroeder, Seawell, Stevens, Wasser, Watts, Westmoreland. PHI KHPPH THETH PHI KAPPA THETA was organized in 1926 by George L. Dickey for the purpose of plac- ing emphasis on scholarship. Those who take a minimum of fifteen credit hours and who maintain an average grade of above eighty- nine per cent are eligible for membership. Among the social events were a Weiner Roast and a Christmas Party at the College Farm. President ..,..... .... S crm Huggins Vice President . . . ..... Ruth Iasper Secretary .,.... Treasurer Sponsor . . . Sponsor , . , f 'W 1-iizimgzwff Marteen DeWitt .......,E.R.I-lollori Willie McGehee . . . ,E. C. Barksclale , ?w,hE,,,,,' KfQ..WWA,. ,iw . .... 1-. FL? L25 -,I,+- A 1 219 73' 7232 f'1'iVt f, .Ei 'ii ::E':'i::::E:E:E:E: ,f,'-21221 'im ' -' ,,,, - if M .......: , . mg ..... ....,.,.,.,.,.,.,. g "t' 'V "" , V " . 51 gr: '15 """ r" ., ,:2if zw?,fJE,5' g - ' 4' '--" -M-I -"'- -' sf -f f 5 l I ""' " Y : :: . ' ' ' ' fl'C"' r' - .- E , R .. . f'WXiiw,l'l-22215 'f ..5s: f 1 writ-X-,W :,.: f vfff- : . ..-:im i i si, -"ii',,.f5I 'Tfblj gf , .,.,. .,.,. - , ,, ifuillf ,M M .... .... ,W X mi iii Q 5 Effyfhvwi 23173 ' 'ma 'X 4 1 wi lf W ' ggm. ai , ,Ms-at gi, ,A .R-11515 mms! x 5, z rims ,sum li? . . ?p . egt tw it Q i at 9 G , gym? 43215. 4 4 EJ gg c-Wm..-'w' ies.. , ':::: '-'-' cl- ,.,Wiwe ----- ---- ,im fs I :- .:5: ' " 53312 iii-'1'::r , A ' -. ' V, ff Y' -'X' ' 3 . " , 'A 322 JEQ ir .... iii, ' fi ',.iii?5 7'57ll"' M 5 "'i' i ,,, L F, il e . ---- """"i ' 11. -'-' .. ' , llslw . . f., ii? V 1 . f 1. ,, ........ , - .W 2 . gy, 1 ix l ..... " ' , l ff 'f ' , V QM. "W my lm 1 - . ,nz fi "ii ff5fff"s.:f1r:'f,2 " lift r Vgltf Lt N r e- is E ,f .,, ,, -i , wx .: E 1 . , ....,, L, will - f Y i'-': 5 A ,. f rrrr ,,,g,gfQ,, Tf I V .- ' mi ,zfgi i We " W. it i .rrlr . ' is -' ' ' . "Vigil fllliti' lk ' -F ' ig if mi, ., . 2 gg, V 2 . S , ,pr , . , g, D M gkkw 4 VIVVI , , Top Row: Alderclice, Calawuy, Conant, Crouser Second Row: DeWitt, Hammrick, Hack, Hollon Third Row: Huggins, Iasper, Iones, Kelly. Bottom Row: Phillips, Rawls, Vivrett, Williams. Page 138 President ...,... Vice President ...... Pl-MII CLUB THE PRE-MEDICAL students boast one of the oldest clubs on the campus, which Was organized in 1927 by Charles McDonald. Phy- sicians and other informed lectur- ers make their meetings a supple- . , , .Gene Watts . . . . . . .Larry Vivrett Secretary-Treasurer . . . .... LctVerne Calaway Sponsor ........... .....W. L, Hughes ment to classwork. Among their informal activities was a Banquet. f -' -' f . A A A f rr H .t., N ,, is , ,, t f W- . . 1 -V we t ...,. , 1 4 xr ' ,tx Jr - , -' wt ee, Ages 2, ' ' ,. :Lf if a.,s ,, - - -V' ,- - ,spa figs , , itisft f ,f -f .. l- ', , ws-S, H nf s .- . 't t mf- t - X, ,. itil...-L E" .1 t - ,.,. , -if .-.::.. ,- ts. ' ,MP A ith, ,, , . . ,Q ' f '- q l s' W V,,, ll! L ' , X ' " ' 'L r f 'S w e We ' Iii? M . 'I' i ts ' K, " A M frii t-iQi-- if '- 'W . i- , , , 9 1 st , A X s l sl 4 ,. V ., I tw S i xp K. .fn V f I . . 4- 'By ' get If 'iP " ,s A--- ? i f rf " 5 V ' ,td ifnzzggp fa 'Z if .. . 3 S' ,. f -- - ,f 19 . ze ' - f Q' -1' rw., ,xr t ' .. 4 X ,fy 1 t , ' Vg , - .,:!. , I X , - 1, , ,E V . U -. E M Vg f n Y U -: . ,R 'K . . 4 r E 32 ..':t:a:::a:5s--vt - , , 'X' r I fm If 2, k " ' " """' ' ef ,f 'W sa , 4 We M li , 1 , Q- 1 ggilnt: M fm- zzr ,, -132 ,,,,r ,,, ' 1- V if at , ., fl? Ts "- F, ' -----, -3 A ff- 5 xt' gl, ffff ' A ' , 'mf by jg y, - M 4 . 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Beeson, Bevers, Blessing, Burt, Calaway, Clarke, Danhof, Mary Catherine Davis, Mary Tom Davis. Second Rowi Edwards, Greene, Grossman, Hopkins, Huggins, Hutson, Jones, Iustice, Kelley, Kendrick. Third Row: Knight, McClung, Montgomery, Moon, Moore, Morgan Moss, Pankey, Pollard, Pyburn. Fourth Row: Reilly, Riedel, Riggs, Rogers, Rondeau, Sabo, Schmitt, Seeger, Smith, Spratt. Bottom How: Street, Strickland, Troutt, Vivrette, Waldie, Warren, Watts, Webb, Williams. Page 139 TRU ETH MII TAU ETA MU is the new name for the Home Economics Club and it means "To- rnorrow's Home-Makers." Their motto is, "Work so that each tomorrow finds you fur- ther than today." The purpose of the club is to acquaint the members with some of the problems which they will meet in home- making. Aside from business matters, the club had a picnic in March. T 1... f lig,,: 55fi "' 2, 'Tw ., 13 qg ,sy t 1 ,1fstLt 'f,4f1,5, r', , z:f Qfgg::::'xz-,gr Q ' N .pf.3i1.-:mui Lie? slit., mr 8 .,,,. 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Bottom Row: Stoy, Thompson, Tumlinson, Vidmar, Vivrett, Willrnan, Williamson, Young. -VW... .. - :.:.:.. , ., - ii:ifQC2'i, ,W ,,,, ni :,:,:,:r,: ,, W, i,t, imma., , 1 ,na ST 1 s wf : f :::"-'- n.iTf?2.f ,m E Ein, 1 mls: rf - if tis! H 3' if A, f. H., W. ,J - 4 ,gr e if ,.1 -::.:-::3: ' 'IA' M .... if M l. ..--1 -.hen 1 1 . 252 gal s its ..::::: 1 2 . . , ,S Q lt at ll lil .ie l mir Ae ' t M Wills .z .,,, ..... . tr QQ f ,v ., f , gi ,,: 'W' th 9 F' ' - 1 3 Q W 1 , HH A 4 'li wk 1 K 5 if ss 1' ,539 5 T 'J , . itg1.gx,33g,.s3r 0 4 .Q V .5 1 -' .45 A w1,f'.,e gpr maf 9 5 f ":"!'4.'::41'q"2'f2 S-:4ffrf,W...f-v.x"' I. ffugifr- 'iiiiifflwlgg - W e i?: :T - 'fflfi ttss i I' X . ..,. , .s . , ge ilsett Ti V 'en-. ' K .,,.: - .gig ..,.,., J V, T 55,70 ,. Lily x if gre g fsihzf 1' --x 5135 ??l3?'11lrE,,, , . A ,,-tffgr'--Q w firms gt ' 2 Em '5i5l5i3?Z..n 54' Page 140 KHMPUS VETERANS KLUB The KVK was organized in the tall in order to form a closer friend- ship between veterans and stu- dents and between veterans and faculty members, and to provide recreation and entertainment for the veterans. In the Way of entertainment, the KVK sponsored a dance in the col- leqe library in April. President ........,.......,............. Weldon Wallace Vice President ...... ...... T ed Elders Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . .Walter Hopkins ....C. C. Mason Sponsor ............ " r1"'1'z -' T5,1:1:7'rfgsi:11 Q " g, f M . . , ,, f.igi?.,.,,Q, .. ., 5 I 554: --" - :gifts ., ,,,,,. ..-. x--x---- - ..,a::-::,- :YE wllqtli- ' t'tfl5l5.lga, . wt, , fi lllli ay 5-H: ag:-I+ ----- .. Q1,r.., .1 A f ffvzxsgff wt' H .tz.1.ff- . rims: liz -1 ffm- 5 3 , , 12.1. . ,u'i't? Mn fm, naw .:i:::ei . f- ff, it,lt,r .MA, gs'g5f ' f , , I , l K, gy i 1 .45 1 -16 535 2 .sl , 4 .1 5, l .f'w.fw::rZt'i 3 H A-iffy? . 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Page 141 THE Although the problems of editing an annual have decreased some- what since the end of the War, We still had such things as scarcities of tlashloulbs, film, and paper, un- certain transportation to our en- graver and printer, and a very strict limit on the size of our book to contend with. However, thanks to the understanding and encour- agement ot Mr. Armstrong, Mr. McGittin, Mr. Samuels, Mr. Evans, and Mr. Murphree, we have finally succeeded in completing the 1946 Iunior Aggie. Thank you for your patience, and we hope you like it. 1946 JUNIUB HGGIE EDITORVIN-CHIEF, RUTH JASPER SJ' Back Row: Reginald Westmoreland, O'Neii Loitis, lames Frizell, Larry Stapp. Second Row: lenuy Dickson, Ruth Knox, Anna Waynette Smith. Front How: Mary Sabo, Ruth lasper, Marteen DeVVitt, lanie Decker, Flora Mae Estes. Other staff members not pictured are: Barbara Beyer, Betty Allen, Emmitt Ingram, Walter Phillips. Page 142 THE SHUBTHUBN The Shorthorn is the colleqe newspaper, published Weekly by students in the loumal- isrn Department. lt contains an account of all school activities, complete with sports news, a gossip column, cartoon, and feature stories. ln spite of all the hard Work, the staff had time to include a party at Mr. Robinsons house this sprinq. EDITOR IOY FIELDS AND REPORTER IENNY DICKSON V i ' -:f',l5.,: f::,,f 5 ' t 2215" ' W1 4 1 . H " ' 5 2 Begg, ii'i W 1 Q 44.f - H A ' " ' 'X tif QE 1 I --'- , ff C gg . 1551" ....:F-Tfrii. tifilea1w.etlt4: .iuwun lswgwlt w+w 2" J , ' T2 x M - ' 5" as as i , ' " A 4 . f ' it ' , ff" -,Lf ,H ,UQ 5,1 ,,,, i i f f . -, o ,Q . ' J A s'tL.- A X, Ai: M, J- 1, + .... : t rt: ii , viii Mil V 1 Q :F 19 rv 1 fy 1 ,- f W Y' A V f f yV'-ii ' it T 5 , ,. f 1- l' , . L 74 f , f : '--f iiftfnn fe , t N E it 'E X V X 4.9 :-:-:::::::1::-f -.,:::::2f:an:-:15:a:5:a:a:a:a:a:a:a:m:aa::a-gi-:...::f:-- f- ta. : ..:::.:.. ,Q if pi 7 5' wg , 5, , , 4' E 63 sd is ii Q Page 143 Top Row: Bourland, Braidwood, Britton, Calaway, Chandler, Cloyd. Second Row: Coker, Coleman, Decker, Fields, Hill, Lucas. Bottom Row: Rogers, Roquemore, Satierwhite, Savage, Smith, Van Voorhis, Westmoreland. r , W.. - CD Bennett Bcxqsl C27 Bcxrdin House Beauties? C39 Well, how did Tex get in there? C49 McCoy House Cuties. Page 144 Page 145 Venn ,.,, , ll? Day dodqer Dezelle . . .625 Cox House Cuties . . . C39 Odell darling and friends . . . 445 Avolonte slumber party. . . KS? Goof! C63 Guerry House Gals. if 1 ww A 0 E953 ATHLETICS. -1 ,WX I A. Km, .Sgnwwi A FIIIITBHLI. Coach I. G. "Klepto" Holmes did a fine job of coaching the Aggies through a tough football season this year. Combining wit and football sense "Klepto" sent the boys to the unofficial Iunior College Cham- pionship of Texas. NTAC 1945 FOOTBALL SEASON The North Texas Aggies this year, as in the past few years, found it necessary to play many games with teams out of their class. However, in the junior college ranks, NTAC came out with the unofficial lunior College Championship of Texas for l945. ln their first game of the season the Ags su.ffered a 20-O defeat at the hands of the experienced Blackland Army Air Field Eagles in Waco on October 5. Although showing plenty of fight on the defense, the Aggies were unable to get their offense rolling. On October l3 the NTAC eleven became the victims of the galloping SMU reserves, who passed and ran their way to a 77-O victory. Some of these pony reserves ended the season on the varsity squad. After two stinging defeats, the Ags pulled the fat out of the fire by winning the all-important game with the lohn Tarleton Plowboys by the score of 19-O. With good passing and hard running the Aggies romped to their second consecutive victory over ITAC in two seasons. The rugged Fourth Army Eleven from North Camp Hood handed NTAC another defeat to the tune of 34-7. However, the Ags showed spunk and demonstrated some fine passing and run- ning during the contest. In their game with the Allen Academy Ramblers, the Aggies won the unofficial Iunior College Championship of Texas by leaving the Ramblers on the short end of a 58-14 count. NTAC backs, running behind a tough Aggie line, ran rough shod over Allen. The Ag second string, although allowing two Rambler touchdowns, scored four touchdowns of their own against Allen. The Aggies played their best game of the season against the highly rated Hondo Army Air Field Comets. The Comets won the game by l2-U, but the game was very close according to statis- tics, the touchdowns being made on a blocked punt and an Aggie fumble. Page 148 LETTERMEN ALTON ADAMS, Guard, Ferris LINDELL ALDRIDGE, Tackle, Trenion BOB BROWNING, Guard, Mineola BILLY CALFEE, Guard, Itasca TOM CHANDLER, End, Dallas RAYMOND FULTON, Cenier, Ferris PAT HANNA, Back, Kemp FRANK HOLT, End, Fort Worth BILL HUTSON, Back, Grand Prairie Page 149 LETTERMEN HOMER IONES, Buck, While Oczk M. D. IONES, Tackle, Websier Grove, Missouri HUGH KIRBIE, Buck, Fort Worlh HOMER LAWSON, Tackle, Dcxllcxs PRESTON Sl-IUGART, Buck, Garland SPURGEON SUTHERLAND, Guard. Fort Worth DON THOMPSON, Center, Fort Worth JERRY WILSON, Guard, Bells RAY WORTHINGTON, End. Forl Worth Page 150 :ww . W t f- . L I ill AW shucks, "Klepto." Ccm't We play, too? C25 Football Queen, Mcnqctret CSirnpD Simpson. C35 Aw, come on Merle. C45 Touchdown run by Bill Hutson. l5l Huqh Kirbie elucles cz Plowboy tockler on cm end run. Page 152 CU Opponent after the tackle. C25 Up and at 'em. The first team struts for the camera. C31 Cheer- leaders for the Blue and White. Left to right: Ruth Knox, Betty Miller, Merle Williamson, Albert Ing les, A. C. Ianuary, and E. R. Hollon. C4 and 57 And what would the team be without those support ers? C63 Aggie plunges through for a first down. Page 153 BASKETBALL NTAC OPPONENTS NTAC OPPONENTS 42 33 Fort Worth Military Police 36 31 ITAC 45 35 Weatherford 51 43 Hillsboro 50 16 Cisco 38 20 Cisco 36 17 Gainesville 4 l 30 Clifton 31 5 l Hardin 61 23 Decatur 48 56 SMU "B" 49 38 Hardin 54 27 Decatur 23 21 JTAG 49 33 cufton 35 62 Kilgore 47 35 Hillsboro 810 602 WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPS: Back row: Bill Edwards, Iames Cole, Torn Chandler, Arthur Hendon: Center row: Garland Young, Bill Hutson, George Denny, George Alexander, Bottom row: Homer Iones, Coach T. I. Tinker, Truman Bryce. Not pictured is Aggie ace I-Iarold Klassen. Page 154 SUMMARY OF THE SEASON Under the able handling of Coach T. l. Tinker, the NTAC basketball team Won the Western Di- vision Championship in the Texas lunior League Athletic Conference this season. In a total of seventeen games this year the Ags can boast proudly of fourteen victories, scoring 8lO points to their opponents' 602. The Aggies suffered their first defeat at the hands of Hardin Iunior College in Wichita Falls. However, NTAC defeated the Hardin quintet later in the season. SMU "B" team handed the Aqs their second defeat in a non-conference tilt. ln their final game of the season, in the play-off for the state championship, NTAC was beaten by Kilgore Iunior College, which Won the state champion- ship. In the other games the Aggies were usually the victors by a Wide margin. One record was established by the NTAC quintet this season by virtue of their two successive conference vic- tories over lohn Tarleton. This has not been done by any other Aggie quintet, in conference play, in fourteen years. Both contests were close and provided plenty of hair-raising incidents for the spectators. ' Three Aggies scored a total of over. lOU points this year. High point honors Went to lanky Harold Klassen who looped l77 points in ten games for the blue and White. Sturdy Tom Chandler followed with a total of 153 points. Garland Young, playing a very fast brand of ball, garnered 106 points for his season's total. Lettermen for the season were: Keith Boone Tom Chandler lames Cole George Denney W. B. Fields Bill Hutson Homer Lee Iones Harold Klassen Don Thompson Garland Young Page 155 NTAC won 23 to 21. Harold CS1im? Klczssen goes up for two points! RIFLE TERM Members of the Rifle Team were as follows: lohn Kelly, Elbert Gilder, Garland Young, Tom Moore Eugene Webb, Grant Fewsmith, Melvin Barnes, Hiram Moore, and Blake Hefley. E Page 157 Merry Sovcrqe cmd Betsy Bowls in fencinq closs. Miss Weaver demonsircttes 'the use of the bow and olrrow. Pottylu hos the proper technique in the badminton clcrss. OTHER SPORTS 1 f i CD Oh, it was nothing, Champ! C23 It's cr joke, son . . . C37 Food cmd fun out the Form Party . . . C47 Well, Teeth . . . C55 TWo's company . . . C65 Guess Who? C73 Page 159 Ii's jitter time . . . C87 Hopeful Hope . . . THE 1946 JUNIOR BGG!! PUBUSHED BY THE STUDENTS OF NORTH TEXAS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ARUNGTON,TEXAS Students and Faculty North Texas Agricultural College Arlington, Texas Dear Friends: We have tried to make this book a faithful record of the past year's activities at N.T.A.C., and we hope that you wil find it characteris- tic of our present college life. Without the loyalty of the Junior Aggie advertisers, it would have been impossible for us to have published this annual. These advertisers are the true friends of the N.T.A.C. student body. In buying, remember the reliable concerns who have proved their loyalty by helping us. Sincerely yours, - 3461 Business Manager BB:MC yf ,fj .T , in WJ -f do e - f . . eff A far? JL year,-.ff ,KI S jf' I ' lj 9'5" . 024' fy WJ ff' 51,1 if Zena Y-Kffy MV, ' J ,. ' A, ,fo , by ' , Cf My .bevy 5442: - W77 77" . T.,.1 e,,Qaof ,af ' W f7' " J J . ff - A, I .- A 7, ',, .fl sei ,fl.-fL2'7-47171-Xifiek' Taz' 1 X, ,wwf Page 160 The PQIWER to Achieve An education puts into 'the hands of young men and women some useful tools. The skill and ambition with which these tools are used determine largely,the achieve- ments of the individual. 0 H7 fdgffgzffgxff , Electric power also is a tool. It multiplies the muscle 6245 power of a worker, giving him the ability to do with ease Tig in an hour what would require hundreds of hours by A hand. It enables him to produce more and to earn more. S x It 1 :51535 The brain power of free, educated people, plus the I X Q electric power which has been provided so abundantly by - J gig' V - ' America's electric power companies, is one reason why we 5 enjoy by far the highest living standard in the world. TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE CUMPANY Page 161 ' THE EXCHANGE STORE ' V-1 , , SCHOOL MILITARY SUPPLIES UNIFORMS 8: BOOKS ACCESSORIES MASTERPIECE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Compliments of CATON'S Sc to 51.00 STORE C0,,,i,,i,,,e,,,5 Arlington, Texas Of "What's the game these men are playing?" That's golf. It's just like tennis, except that you don't use cards." Mr. Ransom: "Give the principal parts of swim." Freshman: "Swim, swam, swumf' Mr. R.: "Now, give the principal parts of dim." Fish: "Dim-say are you kidding me?" ' COULTER AND SON Dependable Druggists ARLINGTON, TEXAS We are always glad to serve the students of N. T. A. C. -Our Servicer Are at Your Command- Wholesale Distributor TEXHCO und FIRESTUNE Arlington, Texas Page 162 LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF FRESH and FROZEN FRUITS and VEGETABLES In The Southwest IDENTIFIED FOR YOUR PROTECTION Trash-Tram lKe'I'Lli5 D'istv'ibutor Of BEN E. 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Center Arlington Ice Cream Cigarettes We Specialize in DOUBLE THICK MALTS The Cadets' friend Perkins Cleaners 86 Hatters Phone 142 Res. 498 LUTTRELL BROTHERS GROCERY AND MARKET Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fine Dairy Products, Inspected Meats A Complete Line of Frosted Foods 0 61 - TELEPHONE - 62 I ARLINGTON'S MOST POPULAR INDEPENDENT GROCER We Deliver H. PRINCE PLUMBING Well Supplies Electric Pressure Water Systems Exclusive at This Store NUNN-BUSH SHOES . . . ARROW SHIRTS STETSON HATS RAY McKNIGHT MEN'S WEAR Page 164 , There s a rn your future! J . ,D BOB C00liE - Ford - Mercury Sales - Service GENUINE FORD PARTS Arhngton Texas Phone 248 Compliments of WUBKMMPS DRUGS ARLINGTON Phone 3 SHORTHORN COFFEE Wfbcrr Fim' Fooa' nm! Fri01m'slJi11 Awaif Y ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TI-IE CAMPUS ECONOMY STORE LADIES READY TO WEAR MEN'S APPAREL REDWING SHOES COIl1!IIill1C'lIfS of the ARLINGTON BARBER SHOP H A P P Y Ii I N I3 INSUHANIIE AGENCY 104A South Center Street ARLINGTON, TEXAS Phone 10 Pczqe 155 Best Wishes To Gut Friends at N U H T H T E X AS AGRICULTURAL CULLEEE I 278111124663 Zan? - M I L K Il 'Uhe 'l0o7,lzlLS',Sa esf 'fflillzu Your Best Food Half Way Between One-half Million People CITY OF ARLINGTON Beautiful Meadowbrook Park Superb 9-Hole Golf Course Students from more than 50,000 families can attend N. T. A. C. and live at home Eastern Star Home of Texas Home for Aged Masons of Texas Fine Schools, Churches, and Other Social Organizations Approximately one-tbiwl of all the young people of college age in Texas reside 'within fifty miles of Arlington For Information lV1'ite W. F. ALTMAN, Mayor BENTON coLL1Ns, Cay seey. 1 C H V f rf - HOOKER VAN DERGRIFF Solicits and Appreciates Your Business o ARLINGTON, TEXAS Phone 206-207-208 CA RROLLTON, TEXAS IRVING, TEXAS Phone 206 Phone 200 BON DURANT BROS. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS REAL ESTATE Phone 52 Arlington Major Watliiiis: "Say, don't you realize that you'1'e exposing yourself to an imaginary enemy 250 yards away." Fish: "That's all right, sir, I'm standing behind an imaginary rock 25 feet high." And then there's the one about the old maid who took a tramp in the woods, and the tramp died. Page 167 M414 amf ice eww TELEPHONE 2-2l43 ' P. O. BOX 429 900 SOUTH MAIN ST FORT WORTH TEXAS - - - WISHING YOU SUCCESS, GOOD HEALTH, AND THE BEST OF LUCK! ir vmln crnnrs Page 168 I YOUR MILITARY STORE Dallas is proud of N.T.A.C. and Ring 86 Brewer welcomes all Junior Aggies to our Store when in Dallas. Make your Headquarters at Ring 81 Brewer. We carry a complete line of all Military Clothing and furnishings. Also Sportswear for Ladies and Men. ing Eewer Sportswear 81 Mililary I :sos Elm MW Best Wishes N. T. A. C. M Headquarters for Industrial Supplies M Well Machinery 8 Supply Co. 1629 Main St. Fort Worth M From PLOW SHARES to SWORDS and BACK AGAIN -John Deere factories have maintained a standard of quality in products-whose history in war has been grim and serious- --and in peace has contributed to greater comfort, better farm practice and more prosperous living. 305 DEKRQ V V JUIIN IIEEIIE PLIIW CDMPRNY Dallas, Texas Compliments of The Arlington Coffee Shop 103 West Main Street Page 169 THE BEST GASDLINE you ever used The Humble Company utilizes the superb manufac- turing facilities built for wartime needs to make the new h ,uii W , , Esso Extra, first among premium gasolines. It is a gas- ' oline of unprecedented quality, with a new, higher than pre-war octane rating which makes it second only to the gasoline used by war planes in combat. fwi-"w"" s Liza :'s'2.1f, fi rife 3 Next time you need gasoline, stop at the nearest Humble sign for better than pre-war Esso Extra, the best gasoline you ever used. , HUMBLE OIL Gr. REFINING CO. For the performance you missed during war years fill up at the Humble sign. Safe, Dependable Transportation for Students at North Texas Agricultural College . ALWAYS YOUR FRIENDS and BOQSTERS O awe' aa:0ieJ Page 170 YOU ENJOY WEARING JUSTIN SHOES . . . made with the fine fit and feel of famous justin Boots Made in Fort Worth by H. J. JUSTIN 8: SONS, INC. - Bootmakers of the West Since 1879 COVERS FOR THIS BOOK made by UNIVERSAL BUUKBINDING CU. TERRY BROS. DRUGS Phone 285 Mother fentering room unexpectedlyjz "Well, I never!" Daughter: "Oh, mother, you must have." Judge fto couplej: Caught on the park bench, eh? 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Save You Money On BATTERIES BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS RADIOS T H E H A R M Q N Y I-I U T FISHING TACKLE TIRES AUTO PARTS TUBES Across from the Gym + + Complete Line of Come in and see as - Harmon and Minnie AUTO PARTS and ACCESSORIES Page 172 A TRIANGLE INN Is the BEST place to go when you are hungry 01' thirsty. SPECIALIZING in . . PIT BARBECUE RIBS BEEF CHICKEN CHOICE STEAKS Open 11 A. M. Daily TOMMY POTTS Page 173 MHGNULIH PETRULEUM CUMPHNY Your Friendly Dealer Wholesale Distributor J. C. DUNCAN Mobilgase Tel. No. 13 Res. Tel. No. 568 TEXA AGGIE THEATRE Solicits and Appreoiates Your Business Interstate Circuit, Inc. Serving Arlington Since 1 91 O HUGH I-I. MGORE 86 SONS Funeral Home "There I f d d d t ' 1 d with 21 lovely blonl "What did y I f f d "Damned f I c b H . E. C A N N 0 N NURSERY AND FLORAL CO. 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