Frank Phillips College - Lariat Yearbook (Borger, TX)

 - Class of 1968

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'L . 1, 'WRU 1- ' 1-1-w m-33.1-ff df-." .w?5.:LA 127, ..- -1'1':e1-JW -:I ' -vw -,fir " - " '-':','J1 ' -if " F , 'HK 1 V 'A-524' 11:1 L. .'z.i"2- 'wifi If 7 79 Borger, Texas We, waited and waited and then we CONTENTS Preview . . . . . Administration . Departments . . . Classes ...... Organizations . . Christmas . . . Activities . . Sports ...... Personalities. . . . Potpourri . . . I I gt , -.. -F. .' . iff' 1 . fi ..... ia- e 3 -ft ,. M J., . 'wwfii Jvsg- sfo ' it REGISTRATION MJF' A ' Sw- 'E N, "M N . , I 'LT-1 -ga L 4m We waited and waited and then we registered. PANHANDLE INSURANCE Gallarnean Brothers AGENCY VENDING MACHINE CPERATORS 1000 West Fif1'1'1 ST. Code 806 - 376-7381 BR 3-7511 Amarillo, Texas 79101 300 W. Grand Borger, Texas 50'-'P fo "OUR BUSINESS ISANUTSH LE W'M'.:1,,!EJ!,!1..4..'Ew'LP,2..1!,PA N Y Q Congrotarsre a FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE A' .rum BRANUH: PAMPA. 'rzauna X 2 I 'I B MAIN IQKGER. TEXAS B U R B E R T E X A 5 B er INF ,- 012 fmo McElroy and Vicki Platts didn't know quite all answers but 'twas fun to be INFORMATION. x-m 1967-68 Richard Beilue tried to buy out the bookstore, oh, well, no point in turning back now. wb if E6 , Marc Gregory and Calvin Yeary were oriented, counseled, ftoldl, scheduled, rushed, given class cards, and then they waited to get rid of their moneyg just to get an education. ?':4-':r, 1 'TI'- ,vm ' ffr? i?H!e,1?-fyflws 5 L . li g.'-Q ,111 1 ' V - -X h - -fri 1,2 : lg-1, f v '75 vs fs - ' 'F x '- .5-' - " I .. LETFf'!'!i1r - s- i 1- 3 gl-ill , ,V i . . f. -55-. - r . S-Q +R.. ' fSe. - - 15:1 n .it Y ii X " i i r X .4 i , N 2 2 I J y N s. xx 1 r we W1 ' l -l 1. N xx Eval-., . " ' wx , f . 4 , ,RM NEA se., N ., N x , .45 :QSQQSSXN '-.-ixxelsof v NN x x S slut, v N ,g N xx ' I ,xxx r, .Nb wah .. '- bqirs-FQSQ i - ., .. Qiemskfkh. ' N NA N., --- . -. ex sxxxx-.':,N-ex-.. . x i-M .' .,-,Q-il., .1-4, i 1, Y ! F4-.L i' I ' re --.,'. .. .zqogm . L-, bl--SNQQ-. N -.im-'scifi 11 - Q-E-Sis-Est-4 ' A soxia-31s.1.: , esezsirl ' ...j.:Lj.. 1 ' 'gr ilu!-. ' i '-2 .ee-as..., ' '--.S-?N'x . hi ". S x x 1. A ' be-Q-me-ees, i ti:-1-T9:5'Nkf.f -.re4--.-.sw N x - N V. ,-Q Q , . N.,-. g--...V ' ' ' , --g-.... .. Emugb., ' reg. .:g7.:,.1e-Q, ,, F- -u s . . . -L1'.:?e,5'g-Tie,-51' . H T '.-Eli lf '11 A..a-f.,.1a4-- ...1-,-.if-Q: l' L Mr e??ef 7 " rl ' 4 ' L,j ,- 1' e'- ,, jf fd All H Lil ' g ll-flibiii N F .p I' Y Gateway To Happy People Where The Finest I n Great Movies Play 101 We Only Have The Best in Movie Happiness MORLEY- PLAINS Theatres Mr. Frank Little, Manager 5 k- sqsxg. - .M ..- .Q -4. :N ,T . . eo. Q ,,-R5EE'5'-lrfwisli. Y If .:-:L-..1..r5Q:::,.- i - j -V Q f, g Lui , 21 Af 1' - - - e nf., ,...4.e4x-'ff-GT.!.......S-vwvwsl ":f:'4' . E: I! i Y .. lf ti-.L-I I .A,5,zff,f 1 -Z +A f 2 4' " ww? .-5 ff ' WI' ,I ,i . H "nl e r' I , ' -"III: Nmqnugiux JI nn' .ml nn in ffl w 'In nf. :I HI,4:IlIIl',1I'1,"1 ,,,i,...,,, .RST jwfffbf wake nu II I nl II nn In llll ll II lu! :ln IIII ll .mnmll IIN II B O R Cv E R . T E X A S FIRST NATIONAL BANK For A11 Banking Services 503 N. Deahl Phone BR 4-1361 REGISTRATION p Danny Kindy operated the new camera of the ID Card System. Students liked the new cards in "living color" and the new plastic envelopes help the cards survive the laundry in better condition. Bob Shackelford had a busy summer appearing in TEXAS and came back to FPC to start appearing and helping where needed as always. -gf- 'E -5 Students living in dormitories enjoy meals together in the dining hall of the Fine Arts building. Left: Madeline Miller, Don Ross, Dick Fischer and Jan Dyson. x Ulf v 'ii' wsu cum cnomm QUALITY JEWILEIS C "Gif-rs for all occasions." Phone BR 4-1341 - 1342 329 N. Main St. 507 N. Main BR 4-1379 Borger, Tex. HUB CLQTHIERS "bb" "Where The Discerning College mon Shops" 515 N. Main BR 4-1377 S. Cedar Bypass Jerry Blinker, Mgr. Borger, Texas lmll up with us to and from college 1 . H- ,Q X 1 , T 1 ' T ' I 1S,X f"'il5,N,X lg' y'a 1 Z., REGISTRATION X' . .Sz ,M . 1 Q 'J Rapp., Mr Kiser's tennis team took advantage of mild, dry weather to get 1n Bob Shackelford Bruce Lllley Dell W1lllamSOH Ronme Powell Bob extra practice for the matched games with other colleges. Left to nght Drake and Roy Klser coach MODERN LIVING MEI-TNS MODERN ELECTRIC PPLIANCES BUY AT THE STORE WITH REDDY KILOWATT ON THE DOOR! . ,fe 4 ff REGISTRATION 1 . Mrs. Nevada Thomason continued to arrange the new home for her hooks. The efforts of the library staff are appreciated by the student body. It is con- venient as well as beautiful. w u 1 l i l Jimmy Jenkins and Randy Wright helped clean the labs and check supplies. All this helps get school started. Congratulations . . . . . to the class of '68 5: , in X PANHANDLE BANK AND TRUST CO. Borger, Texas THE BETTER BRAND OF BANKING Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation On 6th Avenue West 4 fl an R81lSbaCk and Randy Wright started practice. Brian Hensley and Johnny Gunter took library. W-,Ml "Specialists In Living Color" iisi Q I i Q a' emi e 4 Q i PHOTOGRAPHY Q -A' PORTRAITS -If INDUSTRIAL A -k WEDDINGS -5 INSURANCE CLAIMS -if COMMERCIAL if MOTION PICTURES I R Albums and Picture Frames CALL BR 4- Q 402 W. GRAND , ANK:PHIL4oiFlS' . 5 N Dealer Two Way Radios P Stereos for Home and Automobile I, "Hutchinson County's Finest" Is R MINTON MORTUARY Agoilizngz 8 FLOWERS Minton Funeral insurance Company BR 3-3718 Frank Phillips College. . , keep up Hedgecoke at Coolidge the good Work, Borger, Texas A .'.,,, l : :- W -mtg. ,w,q:mW,ywy,wwwm.,K iv mm ' ml 4,11 .pl N- ww N 4572. -V 11 . F I V ' -ci -55 --1 fi J., , lj ff . A -.ai.ff Jimi., . ' . .AFSLE gl Wi , , , I" A use my ' 4 "1 yi" Ml 2322 - ram, ' ,if .. 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'il - 1 - .- Best Wishes and Hearty Congratulations to the Class of '68 from our Phillips 66 Dealers aliPhil ips- fb PHILLIPS 163' a that anunts! ' ll PLEASANT, HOMEY Pleasant, homey Maxine Goins Hall was planned with the college woman in mind. It is comfortable and attractive throughout with modern styling and materials. The rooms are adequate for two women with study desk for each. The beautiful, spacious reception room is adequate for parties and other festive occasions. It is furnished in Mediterranean style furni- ture, upholstered in mellow, sunshine colors. A colored Television set adds to the homey atmosphere. A smaller recreation area in each wing is convenient for small, informal groups. Each area contains a kitchenette for the students to prepare refreshments and snacks. Eighty college women can make this their on-campus home during a school year. An attractive apartment for the housemother is situated in the center of the building for the convenience of both the mother and the students. 1 L.,-f' ,- ' + ul' ' 4:43-A l 4 .gays fer Q . f y' 4 , i Vicky Hayes contributes popcorn for the party Shirley Ayers decorates a cake' A-1 'ga 'i l MAXINE GOINS H LL Modern style architecture and pink brick make Maxine Goins Hall The soft outdoor lighting arrangement adds to its homey atmosphere for women an inviting on-campus home at Frank Phillips College. and makes for afestive appearance at night. The first young women to call this attractive Hall, 'home' are: front rowg Jan Henderson, Pampag Madeline Miller, Panhandleg Shirley Ayers, Spearman. Second row: Vicky Hayes, Pampag Judy Ray, Stinnett, Connie Simpson, Pampa. if xff Third row : Helen Ussery, Gruverg Debbie Callan, Pam- pa g Janie Kirkland, Spear- man. Not pictured : Sallie Jacob, Dumas. COMF URTABLE, SPACIOUS W. G. Stephens Hall, named for Dr. W. G. Stephens, President of the Board of Regents of Frank Phillips College, was planned for comfortable, convenient on-campus living for college men. One hundred and twenty students can make it their college home. The spacious reception room is adequate for group socials and watching a favorite program on the colored television. A recreation area with kitchen facilities for snacks is located in each Wing. iii ew! t vw My 3 , ts- . W it ' t 4 Mrs. Oliver Abel Housemother Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Abel make their home in the attractive apart- rnent located in the center of the hall. Jerry Mounts, Perryton, and Don Ross, Houston, can't believe that all of the girls in Maxine Goins Hall have to study tonight, "you've got to be kid- ding." W. G. STEPHENS HALL 4 I ' .V A V,.. ,,...,. H iam " " ' 1 :1'f'l ,J Vw -1 IZ. 1 - - -..i.' ,- A W. G. Stephens Hall for men. 1555: XI' ,7 Tim Norris, Perryton, Texas. Frank Phillips College BORGER, TEXAS Approved and Accredited by SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY 1' Member of AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF JUNIOR COLLEGES TEXAS PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGE ASSOCIATION NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE WESTERN JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF JUNIOR COLLEGES AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIO 31 19 ow'-P, .-. H2550 Ef5'L?,O mm E, mmol-UE. Q-':"UE'fz: wo.-o...,,, E1 o:::... om""'U Q..-'mm mcg .-, Kgifgz. Q""E'f25- Eiaucguq '1:1c'n'-PGS," F' OE"-1 .,.. w 2 -525' Ff-fn. 0 UQ 3' '53 r-'NGS mum, 59-'xr 8 3m HBE: 1-135-0- 30:1-c pg og UE'-'-on cgi'-33.5 B"'t-Im 5-' O 1f:T'P3, 'ull A 'Grp nf" 5 QW'-L' P-S' 0 'Q 0 N!ImrlIlmI!W1f . RE GENTS The campus of Frank Phillips College is rapidly changing to meet the increasing educational needs of Hutchinson County and the Golden Spread. The James W. Dillard Library, W. G. Stephens Hall for men, and Maxine Goins Hall for women were completed before the 1967-68 fall term. This remarkable growth helps Frank Phillips Col- lege to meet the ever increasing standards of scholar- ship and of citizenship. Paul M. Kemp Dr W G Stephens Vice-President Presldent Beryl West Paul Castleberry Wade Gillgspig Mrs. George Andress JCYYY BUGS Secretary , qi - -V 'Q - -.W fn L5 W? ' "Figs-9?555 ' fiiif ,,,., Q M , .1f,-SQFV ,. .--jj" . Q? 251' , ft 1 Z was , , 1 jf l ' r I f we me 'ay A A Q- if, w Q Aa I . , z ll, .. i" Mlfea " Dr R E Damell "Si . . . M . W'1l' D G Academic Dean Rggistgaliam asaway U 1 w w 5 ' 1: in M ,. mi v 1 Mr. Oliver Abel Mrs. Maxine Golns Director of Evening Classes Executive Asslstant to Presldent Dean of Men Dean of Women Mrs. Virginia Butler Administrative Secretary CQ' 51 Q ei Mrs. Blanche Miller Assistant Business Manager 'A 5:13 w' fill" HV, I ,Q'-"sv , .wg :E- bfi Hn. -.N .J m g... 11-33:-lv. 1 A ty.. ff: ,f Ifffif- xv , 415: - . V. I. .Meg .-it ., , ,, aw, 'ir 1 .t F L, - 'Z ,-"J, 31137: V ...MPV-. I ilii l gj., ' is :V .' ' .-I".1'ZM' L ' 4 -J. 1 A ' Mrs. Edna G. Dillard Director Public Information Mrs. Emestine Jamigan Secretary to Academic Dean Mrs. Emma Lou Moorehead Secretary to Registrar Mrs. Frances Morris PBX Operator JAMES W. DILL RD LIBRARY " Q.. il! K 13 .rraft -. mg -. MY . i1A Mrs. Nevada Thomason Mrs. Maude Yungblut Librarian Assistant to Librarian Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Stephens enjoyed the panoramic view of the campus and of Borger from the well-lighted reading room with floor to ceiling windows. Mrs. Virginia Butler, Mrs. Maude Yungblut, Mrs. T. E. Ward, Mrs. Blanche Miller and Mrs. Nevada Thomason presided at a beautiful refreshment table, highlighted with an ar- rangement of red roses. Y 1 1 Mrs. Wilma Craig Assistant to Librarian "Next to acquiring good friends, the best ac- quisition is that of good books." -Colton. Student Assistants: Barbara Rozzell LaNita Washburn Thomas Fischer Sue Henson Glenda Blakemore Vicki Platts Helen Ussery On May 7, 1967, the faculty and students graciously received over 2,000 guests in the oak-paneled library reading room. PROVIDES PLEASANT STUDY .5 ,--5jf:1,., . , 1ff.+:.,Tfg,Q'ifggf5i ,FEi G..-,L-Q, I W ' w i A J A, In , j-- 335 wmv: WSW -lr, . W X- , 1 'Tim' .. . F ,,,. I f 1 . t , ,, vrzii-sgq.,. -H,-, , Q' ,W ' 1 -w ' 9-" - A , :er-1--+4-ff-.-4 L., 0 1 ' 1? I f fe yr iw' " nf- 'fs V" ,sat-.. -fe p - .Q 1 i' unix-qc, ,gL'j""'V Q' ' ' ' . . 'lr' " , . ml. I-ILM ,gagali n Main reading room of the library, B. R. Cantrell, Inc., Architectg accomplished in 1955 than five d3YS- The libfafl' Was 0105341 onli' Reid Strickland Construction Company both of Amarillo. The f01'iy-Sigh! 11011115 i0 day Students and Heffel' Closed to Students May 1967 move from the old library to the new facilities was enrolled in evening classes. tv 'n QR' EMT' , , ,353 ,1 ",-. ig f,afi'i'tg ,315 J if , p .X M, r Q55-'fc ME! .. , 'ELg4,3FfQi- :f-if t "K-If ' -def-1 ,S L if N A N , p r , v .3t.r+4i+'- in.,,fQe. The James W. Dillard Library continues to improve its services with p has been started, with friends of the college contributing from their copying machine service, microfilm, audio-visual aids and the addi- personal collections, tion of 2,000 to 3,000 books and items per year. A rare books section . I ' ,, ffsfsi, w WM Mrs. Audie V. Nicholson Charles Cash Chemistry and Physics Chemistry Stephen U 3, Q 3' pchurch and Mickie Prater are proving a scientific fact. ATRL William D. Gasaway Physics N18 N Christo Mucaka knows it is highly important to ac- quire a thorough understanding of the properties of solutions and of the laws which govern their behavior. He is determining the solubility of an unknown salt. Great discoveries and improvements invariably involve the co-operation of many minds. --Alexander Graham Bell. SCIENCE Science surpasses the old miracles of mytholo- gy.-Emerson When man seized the loadstone of science, the loadstar of superstition vanished in the clouds. -W. R. Alger Science is but the statement of truth found out.-Coley Nothing tends so much to the corruption of sci- ence as to suffer it to stagnateg these waters must be troubled before they can exert their virtues.-Burke Richard Kent McKinney Roy Guy Kiser Biology Biology HC' 'W V I e .. 9'? '?2 ' . , ' Y -"'w,,'-5' 2-, ,,:. Bob Benz, left, and Ronnie Adkins accurately and patiently study results in chemistry. Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard Head of Music Department Mrs. Bessie Allen Organist Members of Frank Phillips College Music Department display versatile talents in varied groups and programs. They entertain civic and religious groups throughout the Colden Spread and add gaiety to College assemblies. MUSIC D ART E ABLE Glenda Blakemore, Arlynna Sprague, Gayle Easley rehearse old, favorite song hits for the 'Sing In'. J. E. James and Vicki Bell spend a great deal of time keeping ready for program demands. l EXPRESSION A D APPRECI TIO Phil Huval prepares clay for molding. The highest problem of any art is to cause by appearance the illusion of a higher reality.-Goethe The object of art is to crystallize emotion into thought, and then fix it in form.- Delsarte Mrs. Catherine Fry Art Art courses present opportunity for the student to discover and develop talents Art appreciation is learned through a study of historical examples of archi tecture, painting, sculpture, and the minor arts. Experiences in sculpture in stone, metal, clay, wood, and' plaster emphasize ex- L.. pression in three dimensional form in space. "Natural abilities are like natural plants that need prun- ing by study." -Francis Bacon ' x 2 -- - - Q, 11 -' Yr...-Sl' U' ,. .A ,,,- -,sa .. - .-,Q U ,, ' . V , 'LT' ,-fa - --f '-f. v' .J-" wr". '- L4 AK? -Neff' ln"fe,sf:,5 - ,f-gf " ,.j,,,.is.ira,,o.affg1"' ' -11211 , Shelah Vandergriff is working on an attractive hold design. ENGLISH MTS- Latona L03-rd Mrs. Maxine Everett Mrs. Ruth Dillingham , Hswikgltl ,uw H H 5 M v w Floyd Scott w 'literature is the immortality of speech." -Schlegel. 15 fat, lll ' I Madeline Sue Miller and Darlene Rounds are serious English students and find that ef- fective written composition means a knowledge of the fundamentals of grammar, punctua- tion, and sentence structure. -1 I ' EDUCATIO 1, , .mills 1 ll I . 5--55.3, ,.,,gy,-ge' 1 A I , 1 1 ml "A teacher affects eternityg he can never l tell where his influence stops." 1 -Henry Adams. l Mrs. Julia Ann Kasch Vernon Obelgvnner Psychology PSYCITUIOSY v-Ge,-A,,,,., ,Ae Haroletta Hertel, Tonya Chester, Patsy Newcomb, Paula education is more pleasant and rewarding when one is among Crupper, and Cathy Gilbert find that studying for a college friends. John P. Banvard Dramatics and Speech Arts DRAMA The Department of Dramatics and Speech Arts includes courses in Fundamentals of oral communication with emphasis upon the develop- ment of poise and self-confidence, clear thinking and effectiveness in speaking. An introductory study of the art and aesthetics of the theatre, including an elementary consideration of the various styles of theatrical production, drama, and playwriting is presented. Emphasis is placed on a better under- standing of the social, cultural, and aesthetic significance of theatre. Business and Professional Speech, Acting, Radio and Television, and Oral Interpretation provide practical experience in reading to others, story telling, choral reading and preparing programs. This department at Frank Phillips College presents a wide variety of entertainment, appealing to both youth and adults. The first program of the 1967-68 season was COFFEE HOUSE, pro- duced hy and for youth. A play, THE LOTTERY, was presented along with poetry reading, and both folk and modern music. Candle light and attractive refreshments added to the gaiety of the evening. Mary Hinton and Gloria Prince study lines for THE LOTTERY. Mrs. Elizabeth DeKoster French and Spanish I r 2 J l r ODER LANGUAGE The knowledge of words is the gate of scholarship.-Wilson A course in German was added to a department already including French and Spanish. A new, completely modern laboratory equipped for students to receive oral as well as ear training offers greater learn- ing opportunity in this department. Both modern language classrooms and laboratory are in the James W. Dillard Library. I 1 t e-was N' I 7 N tg! ,ff F Q s ml .9 dt' ' sl I l . ', , ' l L, if My fi Q sl' ' fn- 4 l I flbzsx W' ' fi .1 Randy Chelf, Kim Smith and ,Ianey Esely learning to operate new eqtupment in the language X4 BUSINESS Oliver J. Abel "The musician, the painter, the poet, are in a large sense, no greater artists than the man of commerce." -W. S. Maverick Mrs Mar L H d D I l . y ou aygoo Economics and Business Machines 0 ' -X , ffice Management, Shorthand, and Type- writing 4 Q .df , , ,i 4. -...ar T c..,,, r 1 l , WAS L!i-- i -kg ' James Wilson is placing a control panel into the 402 accounting ma- chine in order to instruct the machine. 'N .fr "lf If 1 ' ,"' Thomas Jones prefers an adding machine to old style mental arithmetic. ADMINISTRATIO "There are now more hurdles of progress H to conquer than there have been in all of history." Adolph Gottschalk Data Processing, Accounting and Economics . fly n K K ,,,,,r, 1 H M 1 1 ' ,1 If E . is Mrs. Florene Watson Business Machines and Typewriting fi 'fr' .,,1 i ' 1 ' ' lil ll 1 11' 1- 4 51 i X 4 W1 1 5 ,. YH' :X 1 1 1- 1 i 1 11 1111 .A 1 'i N1 Q I 1 . NJ " N Al . 1 X W Lv! ' 1 1 'qvugk k 'il N 12' - , s, .bn i1Qff'g N - -3532, I on Mosley finds that operating a live-keyboard machine requires skill and concentration. , -ar-mr-.w., ,- iAb.3,g.g 'ji Y in 1. ' 2, fm.. t Mrs. Iona Haag Women's PE and Health Education Cathy Dorman helps her team win. HEALTH EDUCATION A M. . . health is the blessing that we mortals are capable of-a blessing that money cannot buyg therefore value it and be thankful for it."-Izaak Walton Physical education is a graduation requirement in all colleges and universities. Two years of this requirement can be completed at Frank Phillips College. The physical edu- cation course of study is built around activities appropriate to the season. Particular activities are selected because of their contributions to all-around physical development, group instruction and the formation of a basis for a year round sports program. 'Y gf- - ff- --5-J vi ' -' rat: '- l :: f 4 1 rf i 12 - , .' ' W 1 ,, ' Q" if , ' 32 'i Z: , Z , in 1 , Y 1: i ' ,V 5 3?- : '1 sz ' T ' ,. Q' ,, X V I Chloreta Eshbach hopes the umpire saw this. PHYSICAL TRAINING He who has health, has hopeg and he who has hope has everything.-Arabian Proverb I is v w W W La: lie 1 rqs -J fl. .il Qfl. h 1 -1 ,il Donald B. Loyd Physical Education 4 qmq IN , A I Mu, I I ,V .. vig, . fi . ' '., 1 ' ' W a . 5 X .A 1, in R M, l l -1 ': - gf , I i ' 1 I I I David Brandon, Bruce Montgomery, Tommy Pierson and Ricky Maynard plan a defense. JOURN LISM A news sense is really a sense of what is important, what is vital, what has color and life-what people are interested in. That's journalism.-Burton Rascoe ll: . A il The Department of Journalism at FPC includes courses in Pub- lications, History of Journalism, Reporting and Editing. Mrs. Maxine Everett Mrs. Edna G. Dillard .loumalism Photography W' 11-ai sf Q . -5, ,,S11H"... wg.. V W sg :gf H ,wi M. syss E57 H sg -eil s V A ' , 4- M fs, r P 5, ss gg as - 33, Q' as ia 5 g, pqfy, ' if f Y, - assi M QQ, "' "H 'M " "mil mm 5, "H w 'gt' Q E, " E 225 Y Mm , W. Mr , V: E, 7 ' V ' , 'P V, I Y Q 1--,-il , S' Gilwxwllx M i -H W fed w f si r X N ff' ,,,, ,,,,, . 0-sg-3-gk, 'si' 1 - Z - , H M 2v,,,fm,w . wmmfgrf N ru 111,27 9 -X! E4 as .5 '. , Ya 'V' ,,. - "4 , W f , , r-- --I - Q, sm to . eel - ,. e, 'Q Y e ' miffem' , gsm-age r in H i ' ff.-V ' H w l l l M M X Ei- Lh 54 : in X ,. M t ' gg KD. ll 'N nn-Q gl , X 1Qmf,7Q,,M Glenn Lloyd, college printer, cleans the presses and prints Carbon Copy. socl L SCIENCES Qs W' 'Y X14 A., fl if H I . Mrs. Roberta Platt Thomas T. Brooks Dr. R. E. Damell Sociology Government and History Govemment Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much: wisdom is humble that he knows no more.-Burton Rascoe Mrs. Julia Ann Kasch Psychology and History in 3' ., Merry llolsday finds that Social Science courses require a great deal Vemon Obelgonner Uf fffadmg In the 1ib1'al'Y- Psychology and Government TI-IEMATICS ' " ' W' f' YW' Y rr Q. C. M. Herrington Miss Bemice Beuselinck Leon Ray Pepper . Byron Nesbitt agrees with Samuel Johnson, "If a man's wits he wandering, let him study the math. ematics, for in demonstrations, if his wit be called away ever so little, he must begin -again." E ENING CLASSES Archie D. Adams Chemistry Oliver J. Abel Director of Evening Classes Don Andress Mathematics J be r e 4-' w --:rw-H if f WY-X, . .. .,, Mg,-1 ,,,i,i,: . X M- J. . Mr. Charles Morris helps student, Mike McKinney, with an accounting problem. Miss Bernice Beuselinck Mathematics Mrs. Myra Jo Bolin Offiee Management Typing Mrs. Ruth Dillin ham S English R. C. Ezzell Engineering Drawing Mrs. Catherine Fry Art Adolph Gottschalk Data Processing EVENING CLASSES R. A. Johnson Mathematics JN fi! Q. .bl U . 'W . A I ' fl ix- ' ' H .V- Mrs. Julia Kasch Mrs. Peggy Lewis finds evening art classes rewarding. Art Biology Business Machines, Accounting Chemistry Data Processing Economics Electronics Engineering Drawing Engineering Instrumentation English Government History Mathematics Office Management Philosophy Physics Psychology Shorthand Typing Charles Morris Business Machines, Accounting Vernon Obelgonner Govemment Roger Ridgway Electronics Abraham Latman Richard K. McKinney Economics Biology Psychology Dr. Hubert Thomson Philosophy 4 4 All r ll iiiiiiiiiii , 'i"flillV E, -2 aisiiigzssgii il' til! sul!!! - .W ui it iumi ff' -.i.,-W' lnrnl! 1 IMF e":.-- 4 - 1, . . .Q s , II, It ,AV 4 xxill au. all-4 .ssl i 5" 1 nu l ll' :Lt 4 t U5 'E 1 E. 2 7 .O .,. 1. .,, , .s- Mtll' wi gf X , N ' Q, ' ,Mft- S gi . ' I . g V :"i!'.1L1',.L-gif. ' - ' Lf-a1'7 . 5' ' '- ' 'M' Mr. J. C. Birtell helps Richard Davis with drawing problems. Mrs. Florene Watson Shorthand, Typing James L. Willis Mathematics George M. Wyatt Physics J. M. Huber Corporation appreciates the educational opportunities at Frank Phillips College KNIGHT LUMBER co. BW" lem ln Our f12ncl Year as Borger's I Building 81 Supply Cenler 306 N. Weatherly Barger, Texas FOUR EASY WAYS TO SHOP 0 Cash O Charge 0 30 Day Charge 0 Lay Away Anderson, Sharon Stinnett Andress, Linda Borger Ayers, Shirley Spearman Beaty, Kenneth Borger Beilue, Richard Borger Bonner, Judy Borger Brain, Allen Phillips Brazeal, Linda Borger Brice, Mary Borger Briggs, Ronald Burger Burnley, Bettye Borger Burns, David Borger Chester, Ricky Borger Childress, Leo Phillips Coleman, Kenneth Phillips Crouch, Ronald Borger in l fb" l it 3: 'fbi in-f' +: '3 ' l f f'.i'll 1. f Q' B f B LMfj'E'jllx 1 :m'i'.ll5 V gal -HF- E, Qi- ig. 4' 4.52: xx l This group added gaiety to an evening of delight- , ,px X ,Q N l l ' K ,ii K l 'L in if J EQ , I, lllll' -X I A f , YQ-pf f il ,,,.gu1"' ful entertainment. I QL. iv--M-" Ns. Davis, Patricia Borger Davis, Richard Burger DeVore, W. A. Borger Dunham, Mickey Borger Dyson, Janice Borger Earnhart, Jimmie Burger Estes, Linda Berger Farmer, Norma Borger Ferrell, Clifford Borger Fischer, Francis Pampa Gibbins, Johnny Berger Gutierrez, Ray Burger Haning, Janice Panhandle Hawkins, Michael Pampa Hawkins, Steve Pampa Hays, Jennifer Borger Hayes, Vicky Pampa Hazlett, Alvin Burger Hoppe, Wayne A ' Hunt, Beverly i f k , 'I ,F R 1 i if ml Y 'U F ritch ' f Q, Borger l LAPS Hunt, Thomas Borger Jackson, Bob Borger Jacob, Sallie Dumas James, John Borger L il Kindy, Karen Phillips King, Phyllis Pampa , Lloyd, Glenn Borger "A" McCleery, Kenneth Pampa . . Hn! 4 AF' Tyr' -ug:-3-v McKinney, J ack Borger Mills, Elvin MPampa oss, Kyle , Stinnett gf' ' Musgraves, Sharon A Borger 4:1 Myrick, Walter Parggns, Roy Platts, Vicki Pruiett, Terry Borger Stinnett Phillips BUTE'-if 356 46 l - ,-1 l s s ,L 5 --'ffl 'aw-'4' ,N .. "nf aff l LSE 1 ' ."".-71' Wm tg., . xi. K. E131 ' 7 'a B e V -2 H L gm .uw x , a . li, . E! I x .nm .-, 11.1. White, Ralph Phillips li if 5 .. Mr: -Q - 5 ,151 I v ' 1 M . ' 523 Ridgway, Margaret Borger Roseberry, James Borger Rounds, Darlene Borger Sanders, Jo Borger Sauls, Vinian Borger Scoggin, Terry Pampa Shackelford, Robert Pampa Sims, .limmy Borger Smith, Kim Stinnett Snyder, Martha Fritch Steadman, Franklin Pampa Tibbitts, .lo Borger Ussery, Helen Cruver Vandergriff, Shelah Borger Viles, Jimmie Borger Viles, Martha Borger 1 1-,.,r", Wilson, Janine Phillips Wright James Phillips fi-' . ,,. xl Adams, Nina Burger Aderholt, Pat Fritch Alexander, Rita Borger Allen, Patsy Stinnett Anderson, Larry Borger Anderson, Robin Borger Archer, Joseph Shamrock Arthur, Rhonda Burger Austin, Debbie Borger Bell, Robert Amarillo Box, Carolyn Berger Braden, Rhonda Borger Bradley, Hershell Borger Brown, Patsy Borger ' , "" R yi, F Q , , .3Ff-e1- "Q, A nf l , 1-lielilfl . V t h N A 9' ' Q Burkhalter, William "l ii V Borger Cantrell, Janice Borger The annual watermelon feast kept the tradltlon of be ing 'fun for everyone'. Childress, Joe Phillips Coleman, Gary Phillips Conyers, Charles .-..--- f qv Fritch , Cooley, Lou Anne Burger -r""' 4-rs.. Crawford, Perry Borger Crupper, Paula Borger ,Q Cuthbertson, William - Borger Dalton, Patricia Pampa d"'.."T'P' ,-, ,fp Davis, Harvey , Borger , 'V' 'V Dorsett, Debra S Borger Douglas, Tom VJ, Burger Dozier, Garey xg-- ..,,,.,,1 1-'X Stinnett Duckworth, Nancy Burger Durham, Judith ' 1 Borger 'T' Easley Gayle Burger Elston Steve Borger ' 4..A 1 - 359 4 l' 4 , A , , L :ff mi V Q .Q hav 1 , Q l .lx rx.-iff!!! sRxQffff,r,Mlwi1 Al HX? l l Esely, Mary Phillips Eshbach, Chloreta Berger Eudey, Jerrell Fritch Fatheree, Donetta "5 - Berger iff 17 'sa"'1 N - ' .Q- Fischer, Dick Pampa Fulce, Donna Mae Fritch Gallaspy, Chester Borger if-1'3" Garrett, William Borger 5?- Gerhardt, Robert Borger Gilliland, Nita Borger Gillum, Thomas Phillips Gomer, Donnie Stinnett Gray, Troy .l 5 3' Borger xg f' . 3. Green, Patsy , 1 r, , Borger .. ' z FC, ,-.lg Y g,!S'qf: .il.i liil f xx, .k Pam Pfalmer and Kathy Mansfield in Lab. Haren, Hugh Harrell, PhY1liS Hariiss Gerald Stinnett Bvrger Smmett , , ugh jg' .ei , L: N - ' 'QW ATB v ' S - I ., L-5 C , sw? Heatly, Bobbye Burger Henderson, Janice Pampa Henson, Linda Burger Hinton, Mary Burger Hodges, Donna Sanford Holaday, Merry Burger Hopper, Bobby Stinnett Hunter, Rita Burger Hutchinson, Shirley Burger Huval, Phillip Borger Hyatt, Maribeth Burger Ivey, Michael Burger Jarnigan, Steve Q, Phillips Jarvis, George "" -'-' Stinnett -P' ,f- ' + i li Jennings, Teresa Jordan, Jimmy Keranen, Mary Mary Keranen practices for speed test. Burger Burger Burger Lane, Sally Phillips Langen, Danny Borger Larsen, Elwood Borger Leedy, Sonya Sanford Brenda Ridener is knitting while waiting to go on stage at COFFEE HOUSE. Lindsey, Chadette Borger l Locke, Peggy W Stinnett ' ui Luginbyhl, Judith Stinnett ll Martin, Joanna White Deer , 11 V if -Sz gr ' 11 McElroy, Janice Pampa McKee, Vicki Borger McKnight, Jimmy Borger Miller, Madeline Panhandle 1 f'.!':'Pxs- f u PE:- ' 'T ta-5 -- L , .QA " fflii, ' 1' . Um, .- me .H , . ie-. 1 l 5 fr l . A 4 ffffit' lil? Moore, Anna Moore, George Moore, Ronald Stinnett Borger Fritch Mucaka, Christo Istanbul, Turkey Neal, Pat Borger Nelson, David Borger Newcomb, Patsy Burger Ogilvie, Janet Burger Passmore, Susan Stinnett ,WX l X :H 1 5 Students enthusiastically voted for class officers Pfalmer, Pamela Burger Phillips, Linda Burger Poole, Morris Burger Powell, Ronald Borger Price, Kristine Borger Prince, Gloria Miami Railsback, J an Phillips Ray, Judith Burger Rlemel' Bllly Rittenhouse David Rogers, Rosemary Rozzell, Barbara Sailors, Zebby Stinnett Phillips Phillips Borger Stinnett ' . lm YYY 'Y ' 1, ' ' ie ,Ei T5 Ai r , ,W ea--v Av 5 Sarchet, Donald Schaffer, Brenda Scott, Barbara Scroggins, Rose Simpson, David Burger Burger Fritch Phillips Borger W fag, 'I-KJ Sisson, Pamela Slaybaugh, Jimmy Spraberry, Eplirian Dumas Burger Pampa Barge-I iw w 5 ii U Starks, Milene Burger Steel, Cynthia Borger Stevens, Roy Pampa Sprague, Arlynna Stark, Pamela Borger The brass section helped make Sing In the best ever and pleased an appreciative audience. I 1 AP A Suit, Mickey Borger Summers, Larry Tl1CkCI', Edward Vallaster, James Washburn, LaNita Fritch Borger Pampa Borger I sr' Willerton, Keith Williams, Richard Willmon, Lola Wilson, James Winter, James Borger Burger Borger Phillips Stinnett Wright, Nina Burger Karen Kindy makes top score to help her team win. CLASS OFFICERS Sophomore Class Officers David Burns, President Janice Haning, left, Vice-President Celia Clark, Sec'y-Treas. Sponsors: Mrs. Latona Loard Mrs. 'Nevada Thomason ' X 1, 1 f l Q. Y I Freshman Class Officers Brenda Schaffer, Sec'y-Treas. Debra Dorsett, Vice-President Keith WiHerton, President Sponsors: Mrs. Ruth Dillingham Mr. Leon Pepper ORGANIZATIONS ., l . ' I wr -fr . , t -1 r . i . J tx ' 'I V l v lv 1 ., u , '31 1 ,s Y I I V i Pi, it J' V v, D :V i il tml I "Q rt , ,. , Lv V a 'D I ,Sf .I Q' ji .1 ad .1 I. IA 1" 951111 2: I . it V if?effi'9':ifis: , - ' . . ' '- 'l:"'Y' et' Q2 2" 1 3'-Wifi " . V'22?iiP'fQt N . U LS ff-e-:s 1. -- ' . ' ,ani All students at FPC are offered many opportunities to par- Student contribution to collegiate affairs helps create an ticipate in interesting groups including arnusernents, societies, interesting and worthwhile life on the 60 Acres on Roosevelt. student government, student publications, science club, art, Aboveg The band and cheer leaders 'loadin' for their first music and speech activities. basketball trip of '67-68. the STUDE T 'Yr-171 Ken Beaty, Presidentg Gene Jeter, Vice-President and Janine Wilson, Sec'y-Treas. COUNCIL Organizations on the Frank Phillips College Campus provide many opportunities for students to develop initiative and lead- ership. Experience of participating in a group of common in- terest is rewarding and makes years spent at FPC even more enjoyable. All students are offered many opportunities in interesting groups including amusernents, societies, student publications, sci- ence clubs, art, music and speech activities. The Student Governing Association is composed of all stu- dents enrolled in Frank Phillips College. Officers include a president and vice-president elected by the student body. These two, along with a secretary-treasurer and the representatives from various organizations and classes form the Student Coun- cil. The Student .Council is the working body of the S.G.A. The duty of the Student Council is to coordinate the S.G.A. and the administration. It also approves and coordinates the activities of the students and organizations. The Student Council promotes school spirit and strives to develop school and corn- munity relationships. Sponsor: Mr. T. T. Brooks PIISCRIPTION A I PHARMACY Cunvzo wmosr-HELDS PLATE GLA -"ws mea T0 ru: sucw' 5, AU-rg GLASS 5. Mmm: M montana-ssos 1o2s.MfGfL mamma H 81. W Harris Professional Pharmacy Fritch, Texas IOOZM Megert Center, Borger H "Illl DUI IIIYIQII IIllU"' A .1 1l"' ll 12:11 5. MAIN -:- Pl-mu: BR:-1-6455 BURGER. TEXAS 79007 Inclunrlal Supply Ford's the Buy and Bohis the Guy 106 S. Main NFERUX BR 3-7541 SUPPORTS THE FPC PLMNSMEN Borger, Texas ' ,V First Row: Celia Clark, Sharon Anderson. Second tara. Third Row: David Burns, Kyle Moss, and John Row: Terry Scoggin, Don Hooper, and Ronnie Ko- Poston. Sophomore representatives on SGA. l nge 'rin 5- lb fini W f . 1 L oft F i.rst Row: Beverly Srygley, Janice Cantrell, and Mary Joe Archer and Bob Gerhardt. Freshmen representa- Hmton. Second Row: James Wilson, Chloreta Esh- tives. bach and Dale Smith. Third Row: Keith Willerton, BE SMART- BE SAFE IN A 1968 CHEVROLET from DAVIS CHEVROLET Hiway 15 at 10th Street CHEVY II CHEVELLE CAMARO BISCAYNE BEL AIR IMPALA CAPRICE CORVETTE EL CAMINO PICKUPS TRUCKS A Car or Truck for any PURPOSE X PHI THETA KAPPA Phi Theta Kappa, wisdom, inspiration, and purity, seeks to promote scholarship, develop character, and cultivate fellowship among students of junior colleges of America. Us Mr. C. M. Herrington, Faculty Advisor. er' 'S-FP ,' n 33 EESEE vu R I i ---T., - ' 'Q' ilbh 5 If i i T, - '- -i Y V41 Y Q --f,ef 2 ' " " , ,N Q , i'J?f'1"""""3i ,lee ' if ' 'f"f.1 -is P4 ' Seated: Charles Cox, David Burns, Janine Wilson. Standing: Martha Viles, Tommy Hunter, Terry Scoggins, Mrs. Darlene Rounds. E Meet Your TA 5 ' Bookworm Friends qi Yr pp. at the NC. t N x Qybxg COLLEGE BooKsToRE "- X "" ' ,Q'QQl'D 3 wil l CEDAR LANES X ff' 208 N. Cedar BR-4224-7 Borger, Texas A Proudly Supports FPC DEAN S 3 Says - V1 Qs. "Keep Up the Good Work', .E-QE? if 519 N. Main Borger, Texas :I-A MASK D MIKE Mask and Mike is an organization open to all students inter- ested in speech and dramatic activities. Members are responsible for Coffee House, Supper Theatre and a spring stage production. Q Sponsor: Mr. John Banvard EEKIHEIQOH , ., -- , 1 ,para N -. , .."' -5 D ' . , .- 1 1 ' , :N il .V-,' w Ilufi .Wg .,ignQ','. .il xi .- f.- sig-,5,,,. , ,L X V., xp. f ?W:1- ',1jr" ' f-Qljnlggys'-' . .'-gilt, if.-if-"' gr-E , Y- -IL, . Randy Wright, Presidentg Mickey Dunham, Sec'y-Treas.g and Jennifer Hays, Reporter, have fun selecting costumes for the next production. .X is S Don Ross, Walter Myrick IV, Frank Fischer, Tom Douglas, and George Moore study the opera- tion of a new light dimmer. Mffsfr flTlA 3? . 'bk .1 P 4-, "WE E" K llkftllt fff fl it O . Af? rf' X X. I si!" .dgiiiz , 1 Sponsor: Mr. Adolph Gottschalk BUILD" WHAT IS CIRCLE K? Circle K is the largest college organization in existence- there are over 650 clubs throughout the United States and Canada. Circle K is not a social organization, but it is a service organization for college men operating on the campus and is similar to Kiwanis and other service clubs. Circle K is a unique organization. Its unique quality will be apparent after examining the following opportunities which Circle K offers the student, the college, and the community. Circle K is an opportunity for college men because it provides a means of the same type of leadership in a college community which service clubs are giving in the business and professional world. An opportunity to join as well as participate in many activities for the service of humanity and for campus and community betterment. An opportunity for self-expression involving the life of the campus and the community. An opportunity for self-development: Leadership, good citizenship, education, and fellow- ship acquired through club meetings, through actual participation in civic programs, through lasting friend- ships, and through the association with outstanding representatives of the business, professional, agricul- tural, and institution life of the community, in an atmosphere of friendliness, mutual helpfulness, and service. Rocky Harbin, Treasurerg Bob Jackson, Vice-Presidentg Dee Hawkins, Secretaryg Glenn Lloyd, President. .EL Steve Hawkins, Stephen Upchurch, Richard Little, Bob Jackson, W. A. DeVore, Danny Kindy, Leo Childress, J oe Archer, David Rittenhouse, J an Railsback. 1 il , be Al .44 5, 'ir' Dee Hawkins, .lim Campbell, Glenn Lloyd, Rocky Harbin, Kyle Moss, Gary Alexander, Steve Jarnigan, Roy Parsons, Keith Willerton. STAGE BAND r 5 Gayle Easley is piano accompanist. The good music of the Frank Phillips College Varsity Stage Band adds spirit to ball games, pep rallies and as- semblies. Rehearsals are added to full schedules to keep the group ready for performance where needed. They are a popular group on the campus and sincerely appreciated by the student body. Student Director: Tommy Hunt Sponsor: Mlrs. Evelyn Hubbard 7 l .Tan Dyson, Bob Shackelford, and Franklin Steadman recommend study and practice for Janine Wilson before she performs with folksinger, Frank Schildt. First Row: Tommy Gillum, Robert Shackelford. Second Row: Jan Railsback, Dwayne Seitz. ft' wil First Row: Danny Cowan, Peggy Locke. Second Row: Bob Ger- hardt, Randy Wright. fvffrffy M' f ii First Row: Tommy Hunt, Jan Dyson, Franklin Steadman. Second Row: Rocky Harbin, Troy Gray, Peggy Locke, Tommy Cillum. Third Row: Harvey Davis, Bob Gerhardt, Randy Wright, I an Railsback. College printer, Glenn Lloyd, masking in a picture for the next prints all programs and tickets used at Frank Phillips College. f? N pptt Debra Dorsett, C C typist, meets her deadline. C RBO Frank Phillips College rm . ws, , 1 1 -ri :Sig t V ' ,a funfwgp -..-X, " .' . r if we ,W A w S 4 E' X R edition of Carbon Copy. Glenn X W F fe' if '4 1' f' """ 1 Q X if , 3 ,...4d,:, Reporters Donetta Fatheree ,Ag ,:',,-A , ,- -l Reporters Bruce Harbin az COPY All The News On The Plainsman Campus Mrs. Maxine Everett, Sponsor aiu Hess search for errors. r . i f' ,fi Z - " ' M. s , X .- " V ., .fs -- A -. Janie Kirkland, editor, looks forward to a career in journalism. ,QTL f f' ?" 5 1a Carson re-copy. ,x V Xe i 'lk P' ' ' 5:31 ' uf. v i 1,- . af" LZX .. 4. 'I . kx.' X., ,. ,-YN. ..1. - N xl .. .. ..Y is Chloreta Eshbach, Steve Williams, and Sonya Leedy, page editors, discuss space for next 1ssue. , 4 Delta Sigma Psi The aim of Delta sigma Psi is to develop p erso nality and student leadership while adding fun and friendliness to campus activities. Sponsors Mrs. Mary Lou Haygood f Mrs. Julia Ann Kasch A Vicki Platts Shelah Vandergriff Beverly Hunt ? President Vice-President Recording Secretary X' 5 l ' .ii .. I Carolyn Smith Lynn Patterson Karen Jenkins Jennifer Hays Chaplain Reporter Rhonda Arthur PatSY Newcomb Jan Ogilvie Pam Stark Mickey Dunham Karen Kindy Celia Clark Sharon Anderson Cor. Secretary Treasurer SGA Representative Parliamentarian Ian Dyson Merry Holaday Mickie Prater Janice Bruce 1 u., . tl . , Yr . Q ,uw 2-V i , Q! , Cheri Stie Gayle Easley Beverly Srygley Janice Cantrell J ORNING W TCH Morning Watch is observed to help the student start the music room of the Fine Arts Building. It is nondenomina- day with God and to remind him of his Christian witness on tional and students of all faiths attend and participate. the campus. An inspirational program is offered each Mon- Here, students are encouraged to attend regularly the day, Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:00 a.m. in the church of their choice. Sponsors: Mrs. Jim Morgan Mrs. Iona Haag First Row: J. E. Jarnes, Mrs. Jim.Morgan, Mr. Oliver Abel, Janice Dyson, Washburn, Sue Henson, Don Ross, Sherrye Head, Maribeth Hyatt, Jean Mickey Dunham, Linda Estes, Rita Hunter, Pam Stark, Steve Hawkins, Farmer, Cynthia Steel, Nina Wright, Barbara Rozzell. Third Row: Richard Dee Hawkms. Second Row: Jo Ann Fenno, Mrs. Iona Haag, LaNita Davis, Tom Douglas, Frank Fisher, James Wilson, Bruce Lilley. COOKING N A MODER Learning a modern language at FPC includes more than speaking and writing it. Students learn to prepare popular I 1 foods served in French and Spanish speaking countries. After studying recipes, they meet and prepare a meal that , combines their effort. These gourmet foods provide as much fun as the grammatical errors that they make in the language they speak while eating. Mrs. Elizabeth DeKoster, sponsor, speaks and cooks in . several languages. J , , H 1 as "' Q Madame Mary Honaker likes to cook in French as well as speak it. She excels in pastries. If she speaks and writes French as well as she bakes, she must be a good student. NGUAGE li: ' V S I French class includes: Nancy Duckworth, Mary Honaker, Mary Ann Keranen, Jim Campbell, and Jennifer Hays. Q Linda Estes leads a Spanish section in a favorite song. Left to right: Randy Cribbs, Ray Bradley, Larry Anderson, Pat Davis, and Paula Crupper. Uma- ,ft-sa ,gf na v .L-fs sta? W? 1' ' L' QT? , , . gfsw M ,ig M- . , A- N V, , N., W A -me ,, tes, I . by ... 5, ,A -' ,. 4- ,..-,.a Officers of the Modern Language Club left to right: Linda Estes, Secretary, Vicki McKee, President, Ray Bradley, Treasurer, and Vicki Platts, Vice President. vwri E-rw" 1 - ' ' trf"'1't'-wwf-i ' "iL71x 5,r'.t.xL :EMT vt t'--. 1 . . 55 David Rittenhouse proves a point to a Spanish section left to right: Donetta Fatheree, Vicki McKee, Kay J ones, Rosemary Rogers, Len Taylor, Terry Scoggin, and Vicki Platts. 3:- The German Class left to right: Marietta Price, Sammy Price, Charles Pulse, Marc Gregory, Ag- nes Ivey, Vernon Obelgonner, Sponsor, Stephen Upchurch, Keith Willerton, Bob Gerhardt, Ronnie Crouch, and Jan Ogilvie. 'XR I tl. I Senorita Linda Estes is crushing salad spices in a Molcajete, a mortar and pestle made of Mexican lava stone. Her favorite recipe is "Paella a la Valencia". Spanish foods are al- ways appreciated at Frank Phillips College. VJ f SCIENTIFIC Officers: First Row: Billy McLaughlin, Vice-Pres.g David Burns, Treas.g Tommy Hunt, President. Back Row: Linda Estes, Beverly Srygley, Merry Holaday, and Sherry Head. Scientific Professionals are students preparing to become nurses, doctors, pharmacists, dentists, and engineers. At hi-monthly sessions, the group aims to enlarge their understanding of scientific activities by view- ing films on current achievements in science and hearing talks by local guest speakers active in scien- tific fields. Tommy Hunt is president of the group. Sponsors: Mrs. Audie Nicholson Mr. Charles Cash Mr. Richard McKinney Merry Holaday and Keith Willerton hurrying to a meeting of Scientific Professionals! PROFESSIO ALS Refreshments Comm: First Row: Rosemary Rogers, Merry Holaday, Paulette Potter, Rose Scrog- gins, Sally Lane. Second Row: Larry Reed, Keith Willerton, Cheryl Lea, Judy Ray. N, - 4 'xj .,'- PH.: 1 -19' I Q' : KX , rg. ,n-- f-N .. V fl " 'x V i ff?" E ' , -, , ,y,, P ,ye, . I , C in In f l l Project Comm.: First Row: Karen Jenkins, Charles Cox, Beverly Srygley, Tommy Buchanan. Second Row: W. A. DeVore, John Poston, Pat Patterson, Dwayne Seitz, Bill McLaughlin. as N Em uf w 'ls , mg.. Vs My ,tg as 5 V 2 H j K i C in 3. X ii Y E. "' M "' , ll W Judy Ray and Roy Cene Parsons at the Christmas formal. 4 V W "ws, 5 ' zzz 3 1 i l i is , f,... EH.: ' l z m , Bob Cerhardt is majoring in dish washing. Charles Cox and Beverly Srygley were stylish at the Christmas David Burns and Ken Beaty were also stylish but it was for Sadie Hawkins Day and prom. it's never formal. Scientific Professionals Continued r :mst l'1, r ' S First Row: Steve Upcliurcli, Katliy Mansfield, Janice Cantrell, Pam Walker, David Rittenhouse, Dave Kossey, Bruce Lilley, Hugh Haron Pfalmer, Joe Childress, James Wilson, Bobby Pulit. Second Row: John Randy Cribbs, Frank Fischer. I V Yi. 4 L ,I ll f K , -f "f' il"?:- A if ' A l , s 1 , sb ' N All U If '23 .,... , ev, iff r if f First Row: Ray Bradley, Bruce Lilley, James Wilson, Larry Anderson, Arthur Bell. Second Row: Steve Jarnigan, Byron Nesbitt, Michael Crawford, Gary Clanton. COLLEGE BOOKSTORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES STATIONERY JEWELRY a.s ' ' E 9111111511115 J ,RY BELLE 5,,,,,,,,,, FUNERAL DIRECTORS - FLORISTS BURGER' TEXAS puuw-1 .qbvsmiifh Sc1ent1f1c Professionals Continued A fig - V. rw. v. my v Q E Fun at a picnic at Huber Park for over 100 members. 1 ,Q qs.: li' 'fl gli? Karen Kindy and Linda Estes studying? ff - si!! I 5' a. 'Z ay! f' fa f' ,. IK ' N. , , .-,X '. ',,l.1FE ' -'iii' ,LJQ -Ml?" ' f iw .I ' 5 K if af it .t . ,, 'A Q. 'Q , rw-1 -1- .4 is Q!! hi 2' ' 1 If gl gallli g velll 3 V5 XA ' :I 77fQ?Q! g V5.6 W! ,' .-' r lf' fi J. i f ?Q'r4H3.E3 Q l K ! 12 51, ,fiifv W? X7 Program Comm. First Row: David Brandon, Don Hooper, Janice Morgan. Second Row: Harvey Davis, Morris Poole, Steve Elston, Tommy Hunt. Third Row: Janice Cantrell, Joe Kennedy, Eddy Edwards. .17 ,Q-Q! U A' Q ,my . 36 C Social Comm. First Row: Connie Simpson, Janice Cantrell, Linda Estes. Second Row: Pam Pfalmer, Bruce Lilley, Judy Durham. Third Row: Joe Childress, James Wilson, Jack McKinney. ,vu fb l YOUNG i REP BLICANS The Young Republicans, a newly chartered organization on the FPC campus, is comprised of students interested in today's political activi- ties. lts purpose is to inform the members of party activities, candidates, and political pol- icies. The Young Republicans also sponsor activi- ties to raise funds to send delegates to state conventions. Sponsor: Mr. Vernon Ohelgonner Beverly Hunt, Treasurerg Ronnie Crouch, Presidentg Martha Snyder, Secretary. 4EPr r First Row: Charles Pulse, Ralph White, Jennifer Hays, and Mickey Artzberger. Second Row: Frank Fischer, Keith Willerton, Stephen Jarnigan, Johnny Gibbons, Kenneth Coleman. l I 1 CHRISTMAS AT F.P.C. "vn- 'ii' 1 I U sSX Linda Estes and Santa Claus had fun at the Scientific Professional party. David Brandon's camera recorded this for Lariat. r I .Hi . jr -1.1, 11 CAMPUS SCENES ,fun Q' 1. - lv 163. V . ,. . N. ,1,f.,,,,, L ,I J , '1 A .. ,IQ V. .6 ptwv.-31, ' 4 ' .r 1- , , po v. ' f , Q-eylfpfg Y R'-11,,V'? wwxf VQli'5F?g,"ff-' 12115-'1 2 ,1 1, ' f qv , . .-1... 351 7 I - PV 1 ' " :,.Q4.f2f' f--,W-fx, , 1 1 . f -- i f'if9f' 1 fi :IFJ 'Enya I iff'-gf lg, ,fbi-"f .,. .ff '- QSM , g 1 Q.-1. 1 1- T. H Af, -4, .N - - .,1,,.. ,f -,,. 3 N . A I, . . , '55 ' ' p 1 1 If ,, 'll-1'.' 5. -'1' Mr. O. J. Arthur and Mr. Lester Starling erected the shepherd scene in fro f ' 1" 1 ' 1' 4 ' fir S' 11 ,. fix Y ,1 ' - we '11 .wiv 111 , 1 .AM 1 . 4, . -,A nt of the library. 1 'hiv w Jfiwik, 11 11 W.. 1 .,.. ., A 1 1'w24i1m11 , QgE,113ijI11's5".NW., ?T1?g5fjggl 1 11"" 11 xi 1" ll 1 " ' 11",-were J 55117 I , . 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Helen Ann Ussery and Connie Simpson added to the gaiety of the holiday season by decorating the tree. 0 RT CL B The Art Club, under the direction of Mrs. Catherine Fry, sponsor, offered original Christ- mas cards for sale. The club is composed of stu- dents majoring in art. Each member offered an original design and four were selected and f used in silk screen patterns. Both sacred and ' gay designs were available. I The Art Club sponsors exhibits of original paintings as well as other projects to make the students and the public aware of the beauty around us. , . If -r."fJ A Q .., ,. if Billy Powell and Don Ross applied the paint and printed the cards. ,N I ,At f, Phil Hubal, art major, was responsible for correctly hanging the prints to dry. 1 'ei JM" Y of f zz Ea M, . . K fl- "' it nff:5.,,fw t. tr 'W 'ess t fs, Es S C l e in l v pf f Q1 fl Mrs., Maxine Londagin made her salads even more delicious during the "eating season" and the students appreciated them. 'it rH'N I me W., W Q. sw .a , , li Mr. Edward McHenry put an extra coat of shine on the dining hall and kept it company pretty for us. 1 1 ft if ti if si Q: l t l W A ' .- I 1 I 1 l . 1 U 4 D 1155 E 0 Y 1 56 alll A v - 1 ie 5 Mrs. A. W. Walker, manager of the FPC dining hall, makes it attractive with decorations in keeping with each season. Her Cllristnlas decorations were her yet. .tr Y -...Q - .titr X . ' C Mrs. Dorothy Hendricks bakes turkeys and dressing so deliciousuthat it makes out 0 town students homesick. She can surpass any Italian when making Pizzas. The Lariat staff made sure there was an adequate supply of mistletoe for every group celebration. Martha Snyder had fun selling it to student customers. Jimmy McKnight had fun buying it. t yvj ! tl ' fufif M ff' 111 1 . . 1 -Y L -,, Vicki Platts and Glenn Lloyd leamed about volunteering to put snow on a tree, even blamed the equipment and gave up after applying only six coats. The "simple" directions were too much for them. Really, the tree was beautiful and the sophomores were pleased with it. Christmas came softly and gay for the largest group ever attending an annual holiday prom, sponsored by the sophomore class. Moments we would like to remember were created of pretty young women, escorted by " handsome young men, music for dancing and a beautiful refreshment table. These things made the 1967 Christmas prom "something We'll rememberf' I ir. in Y 'I .Q I , x ,. . X , 1 fi 0 H. If ' 1 ,,.. X Gloria Prince escorted by Frank Fischer looks on as Frank is branded for the evening of fun. ' Linda. Estes, sophomore hostess, served refreshments to Tom Gillum and Karen Kindy. , pin K M su I ' W w 5 -5- ez H , ' , L-35519 ' F 'lm 9' 5 A mi 1- , 5 ..i....-i+..,.,--wil.- , ..-ffffqaw.. , , .g,'f""":igi1L-...- Debra Dorsett and Mike Plumlee were handsome and happy at this once-a-year occasion Glenda Blakemore accompanied her Christmas spiritual solo. Thank you, Glenda, 'twas beautiful. . lad... 1 . al, P 5 f l lf ag: 4 fr z .W .4-" Y 1 , 1, . ' er ' f H u W- I I, , , The Music Department under the direction of Mrs. E V e l y n Hubbard presented their annual Christmas p r o g r a m at 10:25 a.m. on Dec. 20th in the auditorium of the Fine Arts bldg. G l 0 ri a In Excelsis thrilled every one present. MUSIC AN Jemma Lee Dean accompanied the choir as the students brought to us the real meaning of the season. .. 1 1 N 'x. - L . t 5 - 99 " - j - V 'J ...fir " H .-.. -..:- A X First Row: Janice Cantrell, Mary Hinton, Jan Dyson, Janine Wilson, Sara Ayers, Kathy Dorman, Jemma Dean and Virginia Sweet. Third J. E. James, Allen Drennan, Vicki Bell, Arlynna Sprague, Gayle Easley Row: Mary Brice, Joanna Martin, Kathy Oden, Bob Shackelford, and Jan Ogilvie. Second Row: Glenda Blakemore, Marlene Alexander, Rhonda Arthur, Patsy Brown and Barbara Rozzell. Fourth Row: Terry Paula Crupper, Carolyn Smith, Tom Gillum, Danny Kindy, Sue Henson, Scoggin, Randy Wrlght and Ray Stephens. RECEPTIO f '41 4 ,W xg Janine sampled all of the refreshments and made suggestions. Mrs. J. Blakemore helped arrange the pretty refreshment table at the Music Department's reception. l I 4 l As always, the choir officers had fun where there's food. J. E. James, Scoggin, President, disapproves of Jan Dyson's method of serving Secretary, and Bob Shackelford, V-Pres., wait to he served as Terry ,Ian is treasurer of the choir. SADIE H KIN S DAY Jan Dyson, sophomore, and Jimmie Rogers, freshman, were chosen best dressed on the 60 Acre Dogpatch usually known as Frank Phillips College Campus. Seated: Charles Galloway, Jimmy Rogers, Michael Smith. Standing: Gary Clanton, Bill Cuthbert- son, Bob Gerhardt, Morris Poole, Don Ross, Ricky Williams, Randall Cribbs. OPEN AN ACCOUNT OONVENIENT TERMS DELORIS STYLE SHOPPE ,SQ Styles for the "in crowd" J E W E L E R S 8573333 Fritch' Texas Finest Quality at Guarantee Lowest Prices 521 N. Main Borger, Texas BR 3-64841 TWEED-GODFREY AGENCY ' "Home of Brass Carriage Shopn Denny,s Mens Wear 510 West Third Street, P. O. Box 69 National Brands Only Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas Arrow Shirts-Jantzen Sportswear-Ratner Suits Telephone: 18061 BR 4-1313 517 N. Main Borger Texas BR 3-7761 95 33: ra .SEQ 7 l.. r H g, lv A var , Pat Davis was scolded by Bob Gerhard! for criticizing the tradition of "The Lottery." D fy Lola Willmon and Fred Brownlee enjoyed the refreshments by candlelight. SLEDGE STUDIO PORTRAITS - WEDDINGS - COMMERCIAL 507 W. 10th - Phone: BR 4-3931 Borger, Texas COFFEE Coffee House, directed by John P. Banvard, speech and drama instructor, was warmly received by capacity crowds both Nov. 3rd and 4th at 8:00 p.rn. in the Frank Phillips College dining hall. Mary I-Iinton, Frank Phillips College freshman, was out- standing as the victim drawing the marked lottery ticket in the play "The Lottery." Homemade cakes and cookies were served by candlelight from an attractive buffet. Guests were seated in small groups at attractively decorated tables. NJ I Walter Myrick IV and Frank Fischer representing youth and old age escapi "The Lottery." Wg, HOUSE Other members of the cast included Chris Myrick, Carla Cleveland, Don W. Ross, Tom Douglas, George Moore, Randy Wright, Pat Davis, Mickey Dunham, Jennifer Hays, Walter Myrick, Frank Fischer, Bob Gerhardt, Brenda Ride- ner, Gloria Prince and George Evans. Also included on the Coffee House program was Brenda A, V 1 V... Ridener, reading "Patterns" by Amy Lowell, original poem . readings by Don W. Ross and folk singing by Eugene Young and Van Perry, both of Plainview and FPC graduates. Master of ceremonies during the event was Randy Wright. , '11 11 1 .if-i112 l jj, LP 1 Q. T T TW l 1 I . . if ' ' 1 11 , . , !'111 1 11 1 1 ' ' i 11 1 I 1 1: 2 U' ' 'dvd ' . 1 1 A is it sp A ii 'l .-1-- W V, wc. . 'A . , fm ,rgaif gf 31 1 Q ,LQ ns. ,Y sn.. . it tried to console her. BARNEY'S Mary Hinton bowed to the unwanted tradition in "The Lottery." George Moore PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY TOO W. Grand Ave. Phone BR 3-6427 Borger, Texas I Q? jf 5 Ig FRITCH STATE BANK f 0 O 3 T9 A "' 'T' FRITCH, TEXAS 'T' A O THE HEART OF LAKE MEREDITH F QW 45? N 06' N D Don W. Ross was outstanding in presenting original poems. S T A T E B A N K P' ERED M 97 r r J. f 0-QQ-+1 J L P Sharon Anderson modeled a wool pastel dinner dress. Delta Sigma Psi Prevues Seasonal Fashions Monday Evening Frank Phillips College Auditorium l Patsy was stylish in a two piece sailor dress of wool knit. Beverly Syrgley"s wool crepe was stylish and becoming. .5275 ' ,: J'- ..-.L-,. , L, 4 131 i2- 'Ha' fm ,VUL W 41 1 1-'!.,1E 351 J. Q, :iff ,e, W?-f fb, fl sl 'gf' ,F 5. iff 3 w .4 Y .1 I ,I ng Y is X. r. i" r -,, f x If .ii L . i I . fe" is , If , .1 Q- f ! I f I 1 an-f -Q54-' 11' V-15 i ,..., 3 , wx .r xy WJ A ,, 3, M ANNUA SUPPER THEATRE .X Serving Begins dl' 7200 5 w J' x Gloria Prince and Larry Anderson helped put supper on the table. MASK and MIKE CLUB Lf ' X I Q . g ii J ,ag-. Walter Myrick 1V and Mary Hinton in a scene of The Acting Lesson. Jennifer Hays, TOHI D011glaS, Brenda Ridener and D W. Ross excelled in presenting argument from a p NER - DRAMA December If Q' ze PLAY5 e e Barbara Rozzell, LaNita Washburn and Don W. Ross replay Impromptu at the after- show supper. IMPROMPTU F,NEF,-A515 Buuomi Dmme Hw- X Fume Plmurs Course BURGER, TEXA5 fx C Tommy Hunt, Mary Hinton, George Moore, Carolyn Smith, Janice Cantrell and Perry Crawford enjoy the gourmet food served at Slipper Theatre. t H31 ViCWP0iI1I9 each won. Helen Ann Ussery, Bob Gerhardt and Frank Fischer worked on the production staff. Frank was host. . f, gm W! as 'Zi u ww, 5,3 M H 5 HAPPINESS at F.P.C. is ME: N NW" H 'A H N A M M E A ,H l Haas, H H H M uw H V U wi , HH MM M HM J Wan M HH ,H M H at W 'Hx lx, Hagan, rx, ,W H M U12 Ummm M ul W H igu sv. ll H N, M M W5 MUN.. ll w fm 5 ll 1: 3' w :H ww H 'saw u Wi, . Q, , S is-.1 Nominees for Mr. and Miss Plainsman Front Row: Janine Wilson, lemma Dean, Celia Clark, and Sharon Anderson. Back Row: Tommy Hunt, Glenn Lloyd, Ken Beaty, and Kenneth Plumlee. PLAINSMAN DAY --.W-fsfq-ff Lg, -nf--1:-WWWfWmqrg:1-1--f-f,TT-.---Tru -. ,f " ,:g:WM' zxwggjfg. , WW WWWWWWW,.5qWW,W:+1wwwm?15v wQgfzWT'?j.jW, f , - Win WWW"' Y' WWwWWW" W K WWW?-WW aa'f 55?sf2 vw' wT'fE'?1??mmEfL!1,,-1-if ,W 2-12,512 WW' " ' "WWW'WWW1'- W e-'-wa" Wei K J WW - ,, , ,mv W, W W. u g : ,gm WW n W W WW W - , 35 Wyzgifs WWW2jW4:Wg:Wf W 1 - 9 ?f:f1sW,,:,f 'Z - ' - "3 ' " f W1'wfW, " :W . - Iwi, ' , 'WW 1 'F W W W N H W N W vi 51-M I W' WW 'W W W W:-W'-WW 1 NW ssiszawfezfffvgmr--2 "WW ,W W v WW WW W W W .Z5W:.:w,L,,Jr3f'ig3f5' ' W WW' SSQQSEZE - ..v..W.W.-, E ' r T .I X1 "I 5 3 ll W ,fi I WW ln .-- : "' Ffa:-'WWQ WW-W WWWWWW :W W WWW. WW-5:-W JT I W W T V11 Mr. and Miss Plainsman Karen Kindy and David Bums PEOPLE CAME FROM FAR. . Perry Crawford, City Slicker Gerald Lilley, from the Reservation . AN NEAR . ,f-ui UNQ Cowhands from the Bar-Nothing included ,Terry Billington, Mike Lively, Steve Connelly, Richard Little. uw., -, ,SQA f 5535 u - iq! ,, H me ,,,, ,, ' n "fn :Q NH H H- M Img, gr MET'-:SH "W H , 1 aww M '33 Sf H H Sign HHH' my H W' ...BYALL MODES. .. MF W 'H wg 1 E V ' M mggmg. WNm',,g4qXRV,wg..Hi..H MM M.. M W R,YZiM.". H lk HN N 'Ee H HT we ULN m ,H N mga, N.. W H :gm ,, , muy V , we we rr f Qa HN S H M H, , u M, Q'1w'K5a rwu V5 w 3:3 ui 1: 5 N522 Q, Q 1 e M 1' .swuq 1 L 1 , X " , , A A 5 .H I Q43 ' A uk?-. "Q .41 " v-: I- . I. ,4 .,-5 :L lgw -. Q X fe s I . 1, "3 it . ,- Pretty little pioneer teacher, Julia Kasch, wheeled in and spent the day. ,.: L, Zi ANS OFTRA EL. , , '11 1 saw 11 "H 1 'i 1111 5 1 .JC 4, 1 1" .ill 9 ,,,..m,.4G.M,.W.,- 1 . ,., ,,,, 1 1 1 , 1 11 1 2 1 1 1 F nu rf 4 ,a o., X1 1 .I .A 5-9-. - N if 4 -'le' -kiwulx ,E ,gg 1 ' . 'n- ' V Qwpl - Y . ., . , 1 ie n L - -v' 1' ' 'i:.11-.'.1' 5 - ' ' 1 , f-11 IV . -41 . " " v6f1:1'!kjf11h11, 1 1 1 1 1- ",' am. -., .Q-3 -, 1 1,-, , A, 17 ff T 0 1 I H Y Y 7- 5555. . 1:.- 11 , pm 11111141. - 1 1 1,:.,fL.,,ALw.D: 22- 1,,u.,' 1 f- .. .QW 1. 1- 12 --,,,.., . QL- 4 . , "' . 1- if- Curtis Phillips and Hugh Smith enjoyed the barbecue and stayed on for the hootenanny. .. , . 1, . if A , ' 'fff"" ' , ia figgiiiafgasf 'S' . , , .,,,.5,- N aim? , ,, L, ,2i,,v:,w,, W1 www 1 " .L . ,,., , -MW -11, JU, 1,1,'L11':mU.!111' THERE WERE MANY INTERESTING fff .' 111, ww ,N,?FM,i , L,:-,:g , Q7 WZ?-N HN i Y if H M2 f fi az . E ni. , l 4-'MEF xpf' 1,-N, L: , H 12, w JC., f 1 , fag: . . W ,, . I 25, Af? L . V. 4, ,mx ,.N ,, I., 1 Patsy Newcomb, Paula Crupper, and Cathy Gilbert ., ,My . ff .gg-1 Q W: :,g15QAg,, 5,2315 X , R fy 1 . . STYLES EXHIBITED. l Randy Wright and Shelah Vandergriff Gov. Wallace, alias Floyd Scott PEOPLE FOUN WAYS. . -A li iii u T , fa u we Q, , 1 , 17 1 A.LYk-Ll. X 115233, . 'v'f5'- . 50. gm?-nh H: K 1 E N. Mya? wif 135g .1 , x hs ., V f 1 1 X f. l 'F' 1 , - I K' ' V 1, If fii . Q , ssl' -L. 1 w ,wit ' , W 1,71 V A t. 1 V , ,ii . W L , fi - Qf,Q'X, 5355 'PEE , A Lil - -! W 1 4..., QSM, Nj 3, N H 11 z , w 3 gg A -. 'ls my . -1", ,z-mn, r E . v T 2 1 HH , fu 4, 3 Celia Clark presented shaving equipment to Lester Hudson for most bountiful heard. . .TO E TERTAI TI-IEMSELVES.. 'si 1 w M OTTSCHHL V . ,. ..'.,l,,, ., YQ Circle K Indians bought a husband for the pretty little maiden. David Bums, alias Mr' Gottschalk, gave a lesson on "how not to cook." . . .AND BE ENTERTAINED I A few lost by a slow draw We hope you are here. C human-.. .. 'C H . V., 1 ,M L1 Patsy Allen, Stinnett, and ,Ioe Archer, Shamrock proved that they they brag ed. Make our ' t t for a shine on Plainsman CA Paid Advertisementl , g y appom men now knew how to put a good shme on a good boot. "Best in the West", Day, 1969. -1 r gif? THE WELL COIFFURED , PHONES: AREA CODE so 'X A Colle DEPENDABLE REPUTABLE e , . . . 9 of Hdlrdressmg TEXANS SERVING TEXANS WITH AMERlCA'S LATEST i ' HAIRSTYLES! bk-FL! Q WOMAN WILL SAY . . . Rx , , P""'Pu 5 ' wif h 'x - 1 X -' I X-X," E! '-- y g ES EE, 6 665 3521 OR 669 9079 B05 E QDQTEZZ 776 gostu. Tampa, Uexas 79065 .1551 fog ENTERTAINED THE zllfll ,fax 1 A x gs at LADIES X ,nl X I x- 1' I The members of Circle K and their dates enjoyed 1 an informal party Feb. 6, 1968. Mr. Gottschalk, faculty advisor, showed colored slides of the many countries that he visited while teaching in Germany. Highlight of the evening was the announcement that Mary Lynn Keranen was elected sweetheart of the club for the spring semester. Miss Gloria Pinard was club sweetheart for the fall semester. Dee Hawkins was elected Lieutenant Govemor of Division VII of the Texas-Oklahoma District of Circle K International. Dee Hawkins 'r 11' 'A ff : 4 in Af Vi ll ft, 5,5 f-TW wfil iii , I f it Roy Parsons made and served punch to .Iudy Ray and Sallie .I 30015- 'iii 2 ACTI ITIES :JI " 'lwsi .fl 4 '. 9 ll -DM! .Q . As. Q Q Gloria Pinard, fall semester sweetheart. M317 LYHT1 KCFHHCH, Spring Semester Sweetheart- S S ft- li X , 1 1 ff . ,. ,-, Y u I , - 1 , .l ,sl t 2 q l' ' N! 5 F yu, ,VLVV H 'L.,vx4Km-,L fx K 5 an - Y it 'f " 0 I' S ,Mu 1 X , ' 4 , '1-S l f :al e A gi KYIC MOSS WHS punch Ulster- Steven Jarnigan likes tortilla chips. 3-Jr. Above: Pat Davis and Don Ross were outstanding in dra- matic roles. Mr. Banvard, Frank Fischer, I r., and Jennifer Hays work- ed overtime perfect- ing their interpreta- tion of Spoon River characters. T h e y made characters un- forgettable to an appreciative au- dience. 116 THEATRE Both the sordid and the humorous sides of life are portrayed with the fetching ballads and the free verse form of Masters. MA glowing theatre experience. . .a brooding and loving American folk poem brought to life on a stage."-New York Times. 'GA procession of unforgetahle men, and women and a powerful evocation of life."-N. Y. World-Telegram Sz Sun. Mask and Mike presented this as a Reader's Theatre. Cast: Mary Hinton, Jennifer Hays, Pat Davis, Walter Myrick, Don Ross, and Frank Fischer, Jr. This all star cast left an appreciative audience singing the ballads of Spoon River. ,,-A , . - gn -:tg .J - .... .---qv i 'S ! N, ' :- f -w -., X s l, px 1,-I X -new 3 . 'Q ?'+, ii ..v, , 4 1T" lV-ar ,-V x if - ,!fgQi' K .. . ' ei, ' T ' .n p J f 1 A 4 1 JIM-ar 1-ff W-f .ees Maribeth Hyatt and Rita Gail Hunter helped Roger Davis hang the pinata from the ceiling. The pinata, made in Mexico, was stuffed with wrapped candies and nuts. Blind- folded students struck at the paper mache strawberry with a long pole, until the pinata broke, scattering the goodies. The students experienced the fun of the Mex- ican Christmas custom which has become popular in the United States. 118 ., J' , ,, t 31 'ffffj-.-fc.,-it V. 3 lim M ' F' "lWm,4z5 H -tml Y L, ,H ODER Appreciation of several countries was height- ened for members of the Modern Language Club at a dinner party Feb. 17, in the Gold Room. Mrs. Gerde Dietz Honaker, Parnpa, a native of Frankfort, Germany, was guest speaker. She told the students of her homeland, re- vealing interesting facts about customs there. . We rn x s 31'-1'-. ' Q 'fig ,Tris f 1- Nw X -Si Y 1-2-Q -e iv 'fs 1 l ff! - J N XX ' . , -,nyrriuygz Q "-. .4 f3?:f , Y ,.-Z'-8 ,, - Roger David and Rosemary Roger i 4 LANGUAGE DINNER For other after-dinner entertainment, the club members enjoyed breaking a strawberry-shaped pinata, brought from San Antonio by Mrs. Eliz- abeth DeKoster, club sponsor and teacher of French and Spanish at Frank Phillips College. I w ere responsible for the coffee. Fic. hh w, ,,,W1gWwuifw. ' L, . , Hmwlin i i W' HAHHH1 7' ' : 1 iwwm ul' 5: :- ee Jennifer Hays and Larry Anderson brought salade verte that they had prepared before coming to the party. For the dinner, Mrs. DeKoster prepared mole poblano and arroz a la Mexicana. Students made French foods, including salade verte, pain grille au beurre, and cafe au lait. Also served were George Washington cherry pie and Texas iced tea. Una fiesta buena, niest pas? Language Club Dinner continued Left to Right: Mrs. Gerde Dietz Honaker fspeakerl, Ruth Honaker, gourmet foods on the buffet, plus an arrangement of spring flowers Paula Crupper, and Donnetta Fatheree. Both French and Spanish madeadeliglitful dinner. "PST--' ' NWN ' S -1- 'QV cv- 'x 3 .-Q 'Q 5 hi P aw, 2, President Dillard, Vicki McKee, Club President, Mrs. Honaker, and and English. Yicki presided fin EIlgliSl1l at 21 SIION bl1SiI1CSS meeiiflg Mr. Darnell had fun comparing language difficulties in both German - following the dinner. Meanwhile back at the party, Terry Scoggin continues to swat at the and spun around three times. CAlso the pinata is swinging.J pinata. Looks easy but you should try hitting it after you're blindfolded LINDSEY FURNITURE CO. "Congrc1Tulotions To The continued success of Frank Phillips College." 910 N. Main Borger, Texas BR 3-6436 MICRO-BIOLOGY SPARKED 59 will' t 1? 4 'v ' '14 W 2 l ww Wu ,vu X l- ,Terrell Eudey, Lana Morrison and Guy Hazlett 1. 1 . j I V . J.. E n w- ' if , wr' - A. Milene Starks and Arlynna Sprague 2 ' K N f 1 Mrs. Fry's Art Class made a snow Plainsman and the class was often interrupted by some well aimed snow balls. They finally completed him, then thawed their hands. , 4.7 .k Y, .Lg l , i l. fl 5 yi-?5?7,,xh , -1 ". 4 l ' fi t SPONSURED N W WINTER FUN, FEB. 22 9 Contagious gaiety prevailed during the snow, sponsored by the Micro-Biology class in honor of George Washington's birthday. In the science labs, interesting experiments were conducted to determine which students used the most delicious method of making snow-ice-cream. A sleigh party in the evening was an event to be remembered. The foyer of the gymnasium became a hot dog stand. Students volunteered as chefs and kept the hot dogs hot, the corn popping and the coffee boiling. 60 Acres on Roosevelt was never more beautiful than on this cold, snow-crisp evening. pf:--I llu'1fi,Qj2 i Q iii!-ima - gs? ' 'R ""' ms "gf i . 2173771 N, W M ! !M! 1 a Q. .J 1. ., ,R N . , :1-11 '51 t i Y 1 5, W- - gd- t nw, 1 """"' TE ' " A Vfffaiiat . 'il " FAX ' X il Q l alex' dvr:-. wg O - l wtmm if. rf fi W. A. DeVore, Pam Pfalmer and Tom Wilson were generous with the results of their experiment and assured us that it was safe as well as edible. Hope they made an "A", SNOW FUN continued Phyllis Harrell and Jimmy Jordan look on as they wait for We wondered if they were doing the cooking as a good ex Pam Pfalmer and Kathy Mansfield to make their hot dogs. cuse to keep their hands warm on this cold evening. SNOW FUN continued 1, F. .ix If A 6' f rl, 'X s 71, F -Nu x 'W Q'-sf N vr'-35:15 4 1 , ,Y 11 ff W 1, 1 I "1' N l iff I "Really, Phyllis, I'm not sure we oughta eat this. Wish I hadn't watched Pam Don Ross made a good snow figure and Kathy cook them". Hall in the lVinter Carnival contest. '? 1055 , ' , - 449 571 1 155.11 f JG ,iq at-we V K y , ' .-'Z .wl- -T5 15,1 Y, -111 , V , H , ,,.,,, ,ll "f -4-4,1-+11 at 1 ETL 1 , , ff f- in , K V f V rv. ,1 , 1 gin 1"1 ll V , .1g, mv' 5 " '11 -, , .. k" ar 1, 5' A if , W3 EA, 91.51 1 1.1 , - WW, 1 1 1, 11' 1 1 IPM 1 551 , AW' ,1 , J? ,, 5 1 to represent W. G. Stephens 111 ,wwf-1 '1 "fa ,z"::i"'- Y V . 7, ' . - 1 -1 .. 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'x x e i . 1 - SNOW FUN continued Right: Mr. Willard Shelton couldn't win trying to keep the front steps cleared. Lower Right: Mr. O. C. Catch- ings worked on the sidewalks. Below: Chuck Sewell and Debra Dorsett at the sleigh party, waiting for re- freshments. l 4 Nbr wx vi.-P41 ' f., ,Avi Q , J if ,, -H ?-C - .- f,g,,l. W., I.L'f,!,,5 2 L, il nf r f I P 'f If 4 'Ev :UU w-gn Q Pls vu' . KN CHEERLEADERS Add Color And Gaiety To FPC 'nt 'A -.' ' N" ' ,r H- 1252 ., 3-St- .Jv J 9 5, V' 1' if l as Kfjeglff' ip? .' , ,1"'s' Y' ' '-4 wg wir-A , nl V"-' Q, ' 5151.- ' I n f ' x 1 . 4 '1 , 3 'i 1 ,4 ba 3' , 'f-, '55 fy ri S Q E? 1 b 1...1 ,, 5- , RM v sl - W ,Q 4 . ,A - -45, .-. ' . .. -n .,.w... ,ggfy 4f,g ,gf5 .. -.,,f.-p . . l y ' , Z- T ff.'fT,fS?f Rik S 1-421 'S PGM Hui div: Q55 :Y ,A f 4' A " Aff-.., la " ' I I .9 A , n -vu, Q fQf,'1if" 1.K' .1 -, 1 x 1 .ff ,ku . 4' Yiwu mg".1R'i 'hi' 18 f'. . tl. wk, ,xx F' fxji! 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Qwmfaff 1 1.1 kj-T 1-Farr -7.,fyg1-vrjf-1.r:v1g-V Y 1. - -'fawvigfs - 211: 1 ,,-.fe.Q,,, ...V it ..1,1.,,,g..1.5?iz1g il,f1i,g1 - 1 4, f 1142- .-f X I 1 1 ' Lil .flE5nv1+:1.-19 . 1 .Ei if-rf - 11,1-1. ., 151-'1 5114-1 - " " 1 .. .f f 1: '-151. 1.1 " 1 If 1 1 1 1 .T ia- K X f , . . ,,,,. rf 1 4 6 5 1 1' -k +11 1 2 1 11:1 119 gp? 1 21 gm, 1 Ei- 4, .as .1 1 .1 1511. 'R I 1- 1, 1 ls ii' -53 1 .1-any 5' 1- 111-1471" - 9- ' -wiilgth Vx I ak 11 ,Q ,112 ' 1,1 A BASKETBALL Coach Loyd's Plainsmen began pre-season workouts on Sept. 25. The five returning lettermen includedg Ronnie Adkins, Fritchg Dale Dawson, Borgerg James Perkins, Darrouzettg Ken- neth Plumlee, Stinnettg and Dean Smith, Phillips. They added experience and a tough fighting spirit to set the pace for fresh- men players. Regardless of a height problem, the Plainsmen made FPC proud of them and provided great entertainment for an appreci- ative, enthusiastic student body. C-H-A-R-G-E ! Coach Don Loyd Eats v...sgEtbQ:1xg 5 if 35253 ,Xu .V 4,4 a.. '.. . Y- Ronnie Adkins Ricky Williams helped make this a good game. ff" WQ4' , X If 'ex we gm SW e e H k Q' ll if f ' ff e Dale Dawson Tommy French Bobby McVicker AVN I e WEE e .FMFQ EV 5 James Perkins L ,ul V U A .'-an Lint ,I :Ji me we M u," W L4 f ,,,, , , ' .- it if Dale Dawson helped lead the scoring in this game. Donnie Piland Basketball Vx X, i is Kenneth Plumlee M' M- , m Larry Joe Reed Dean Smith played 'for keeps' all during this game. 1 ' 45 2 llliff jf 1 I .. N Dean Smith .Qi gif l , rw if X 5 :,.,.-elnews, Nlil' l . ' X I Ricky Williams Calvin Yeary ks F- R 'N XX af' 40- 'Qi Calvin Yeary and Dale Dawson 'hunted' Badgers during this Plainsman Day game. "' 'Sli Richard Fi5Ch01', Manager J. E. James, Manager James Wilson, Manager , n ow -nl' ETLQ7., .Lk GULF s ' Qtiehafcttiibifielius and Tohytlmekagf .think ft 'tee would help in the git Fw n N 2- 1' -- - . q o 1 A' "' Ju After two years of collegiate golf Jerry Cryer and Terry Russell FPQ's golf team plays matched games with all colleges in the Western Athletic have learned to use more than one club. JUHIOY College Conference. T FPC 7 'En QEQW 'ifj'-.il Qypi-,' . '. 4. ,v '. ,W .Q A ' V. 1:y,,' ' '., .y-A :PC h , Q.. . .' .I .5r,fgrfy.,- I- . " ,P . ,,...-lf"-Q'--' ,,., . ., . , ,,,,., I , 'ggi-rgtz C -4 Q ' 'stsgrftwt-. A-.f-' 1 ,w 'ge :mb .5 1-1 ,I ,-:,, wx- an-::.. 4- vt- A a 'tw -A - Q,-.-'. .-fa - ' --'.': " ' .'1.f?'f.a'-1' - 1f.:'uf 1f..1.f?.,1..'., -- l Standing: Coach, Mr. Richard McKinney, 1 Cryer, Terry Russell. Front: Toby Tucker. 'il ,ggi , at -:..+.." - -, , M.. J-, . -.fi t w 4 .--A 4' 9.-up-4u..,V. P -2 to of-ff ' L,-14 4311 fr. :'f.:."' , 4 ' 4. .2 ,-lf.:-f.,1..f,f.'7-'Q 9' . ,xg .531 gfllgfffl-flK'A'll if -7 mi-".:..X?v."v: f".'Wa3' rt- H ,N .' w ,wrt b wt. ur 1-11 N- nl Y' .M Vw v - U fu " I-.' V ,.. , at SEL-5'-, K- ,I Y-wg'-v,...J - f-' " Richard Golf can be played the Comelius, Jerry ,:. ... 1- 1.t..:- year round at FPC. The team will host the Great Plains Jr. College Toumament in April, 1968. Play to win, team! 15' Donald Thompson, Claude Taylor and Steve Iamigan decide on scores before they start playing . . . sq Q- Frank Steadman gracefully tosses the ball out of the alley . . . LIE Larry Summers takes a good aim, plans to improve his score today and coach might be watching . . . Jimmy Mesneak looks determined . . . BO LING L 1 I h ' f J-9 4 f Y We ' " 2555 b , is Ki f , i -- N4-' N Then you compare 'goofs' . . . Left to right: Wayne Horn, Pete Libby, Jimmy Mesneak, James Runyon, Joe Archer and coach Loyd. They bowl a better score around the table . . . ' s . 1 'l 1 PH! 2 nr l 6Qo V 5 L. ' :J 'ii 'r XFX CULLEE we ,f , Janice Bruce Students enjoy playing tennis almost the year round at Frank Phillips College, made possible by the dry, mild climate and a well lighted court on the north side of the campus. The teams represent FPC well in matched games and tournaments. H ! !! '- 1' -1 I d h ? 5 . 4,-,-.NL , :gy , , ,vim ., 7 7 TENNIS Mrs. Iona Haag, Coach ami . f fi f1L'ULL.E'fiN .F ' x 1', 1, .,. 5' u . J emma Dean a. ii-in ,, , .,, ,Q 7, ,, ,:.,,.,.:,A.,:. 1, V I - ,- 11 11 "W fE1LL"" LGB: 1 ,1,,. 5111, .X .11-FE, F,X,,,,X11XfX,.-.. .ei .Q X 1 Q 5121 X "1 .45fI-X-X5 f. -1 E11,111.eg,:g":-E911 ., , . -X 2515 1 1 11 -1 - 111-1X11111111:11 1. X 1 Y::..X,X 1 ,Nw .X 11111111111--111 1 11 X X 1 X 21113-3 A 1 X 1 '1g11111111g1111g111X111111" 1 11 1 Q' 1g1111X11111g111 -111 14111111 11511111111111gg1111XX11 31111 1 1 1 11 ' 52551 X 11 11111X XX XX 1 11'11XXX111QX111.1XXX1-111XXX111' -1111XXX 1 - 1111 W J ifuc' .,X.1' 11 U".,. 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'x f., .' 1 1 . 1 1 I ,MSX 1,1.11 I , '11 . 1 1-1,111 ' 1'v.'t,'1I 1 -11 , ' V114: 11 3-E 1" 451 1 1 ,g1g11g:jmf?1f1 15 . .- ,,,wf,.l-5 X.1X -'-f-1:1511 -f1",X3,V? - . .11 54 -1' J- " .-,?51:Z':f7l:fJ 2:-gg ' -1" - 119 1-.- -,,, . 1. 5' If Q13-7 1 ,, . ,r 1' ,Q u.f.jn Q' 1 11'-' 1113 ZUXQL, 1 X fi' Is if 1 das.:-1+ Carol Crockett X XX .1..',5,XXX vs .1 N WN' 11 va. 'X 'vf3ag'fi1il' J X.. 1I If :gf Ur, .1 in 1, . -X. ,file X 913.11 5, 5,14 '11 311 3 . f 'se EP na 1.11 , wk - We 211 - 1 1 -. ' 1 1 1 'V , ,. X ., .111 X14 1 ' 1-.11?'f1 1:1 11 1 T ,-1-25.12. fav- .' -' 1 - - 1 X 1 1'-1-A-., 1' if Ri'?:?'kg5'- 1-1: f-P-'I .Q me 2- Lfzfi. JSE? f,-"-3f'f'-.1111J2.1.ir1i'- if X,-.X1X,15gf,5f-.,XX.1 'XX 1 -.fxXH1i'f,- ' ' XX .' A..'w1 1331! .., 1. , '.,,s. "i'fJJ.' ff-X Mickey Dunham tries for a strike and bowled her usual good game. "fa" ' 3652 . :,: fl" +A WE , 1. - 1 u l l R 1 . i ? 5..1.....- .....t,F....-- Y Q. .- ' G Judy Flanders and Milene Starks don't exactly star on the trampoline, 'tis fun anyway. :WNFR il? V. , X64--nr iv . 4 'ff ' 4: 1 .. Z .- A -X fi, V ' Lf , X .. to s 'iw it fi it so , lm t .yr to Karen Kindy, high averageg Judy Durham, most improvedg Carol Crockett, high gameg and Cathy . Gilbert, high game. This class was a surprise party that surprised all. W3 K A 4 e X i. E , Awards Day was fun for all. Patsy Brown received this attractive trophy for most outstanding bowler in the class. Jan Dyson was rewarded for being most congenial. Jan leamed to get along with people! !! 1-45 W f R Seq. l 'ia 55:9 I x'- 7 v - we ' Q 'vf I A f , Lf' .Af J V :Q - V l - , .K,,' . Dr, Sherry Little, Donetta Fatharee, Paula Crupper, and Nancy Duckworth enjoyed the games, ate homemade cookies and appreciated the free cokes. N W vvklllll M E' I tx will ,. asrr xy 447' awe? Sonya Leedy Carbon Copy 'is 43 V M A Cindy Steel Moming Watch asp, Mary Lynn Keranen Circle K L- 'ff 'f z. ' L, Karen Kindy Sophomore Class OMI EES F OR Q? .C Pamela Stark Delta Sigma Psi 19 BEAUTIES AN AND SOMEST .F Y ' , Terry Scoggin Choir 68 mis E lr-7' .. EQ M ,,A.. , ,, , Ph1ll1p Huval Art Club . l Bob Jackson Circle K Donnie Piland Carbon Copy J. E. James Moming Watch SECOND PLACE WINNERS ki. Q'- h4'4xl,l Arlynna Sprague James Wilson Choir W. G. Stephens Hall THIRD PLACE WINNERS B 4 IM., N x mu Walter Myrick IV Brenda Ridenef Magk and Mask Hfld FPC' S MOST BEAUTIFUL Donna Fulce W. G. Stephens Hall FPC'S MOST HAND SOME Robert Shackelford Sophomore Class -A? J. E. James-W. G. Stephens Hall Rfibeff Sh3CkClf0Id-Cl10ir The most coveted award bestowed upon a student at Frank Phillips Col- lege is the nomination as Plainsman of the Year. Character, scholarship and service are the qualities given most considera- Sharon Anderson-Delta Sigma Psi Q- David Brandon-Scientific Professionals Club Randy Wright-Mask and Mike ' Wins. V --,H 'ar as David Bums-Sophomore Class tion. To be a nominee is indeed an out- standing achievement and those so honored are aware that 'honor carries responsibilityi fx Keith Willerton-Lariat PLA1NSNLXN1DFfUHE'YEARL 1968 Tommy Hunt N. wfgrzf 21115 'gilt fell Bathed with beauty and a smile, lovely Janine Wilson, 20-year-old daughter of Mrs. Vernon L. Wilson and the late Mr. Wilson, walked away with top honors in the Miss Army Re- cruiter Contest held Tuesday during the Miss Flipper Pageant in Liberal, Kansas. The brown-haired, green-eyed beau- ty was bubbling with excitement Wed- nesday following her return trip from Liberal. Actually, Janine of 341 Golf, Huber Camp, didn't even know she was en- tered in the competition until she ar- rived in Liberal. She had entered the Miss Flipper Pageant as one of 25 candidates from Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. However, it was announced that two panels of judges would at- tend the contest-one panel for the actual Miss Flipper Contest and anoth- er panel of Army recruiters represent- ing a six-state area. All 25 candidates entered in the Miss Flipper competition were judged only according to beauty by the Army recruiters. Sponsored by Dean's of Borger, Miss Wilson was an easy win- ner in the evening gown and bathing suit competition. Janine exclaimed, HI consider this a 148 4- Qbif' ' '--.-.,.,,,...Jl" 4 Q . ,, MISS ARMY RECRUITER Lovely Janine Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Vernon L. Wilson and the late Mr. Wilson, proudly displays the giant trophy she received after winning the Miss Army Recruiter competi- tion in Liberal, Kansas, Tuesday. Janine, a sophomore at Frank Phillips College, lives at 34 Golf, Huber Camp. great honor, especially when I did even know I was entered until right fore the contest." The five-foot, three inch lovely c rently represents Army functions, a will later become the official represer ative of recruiting stations in 13 oth states. Janine was awarded a giant troph a crown and a dozen long-stern ros during the pageant. Miss Wilson is the first Texan win the Miss Army Recruiter awa because in the past the contest h been open only to Kansas girls. The Army award is just another a long list of honors the Borger co genial miss has received recently. Miss Wilson was runner-up in t Miss Lake Meredith Pageant in 19 and has served as the Borger No Lions Club Queen. In addition, J nine was named Most Beautiful Frank Phillips College in 1967. S is currently a sophomore at FP where she serves as secretary-treasu er for Phi Theta Kappa national hon fraternity and the Student Governi Association. The beautiful coed is a member the Plainsman Choir. She was name outstanding Spanish student at FP in 1967. MARGE CALDWELL DOUSES FPC WITH LOVE AND LAUGI-ITER ff --ff-fa-r--.-fs-eg' Y., ' ---- -' YH ' - -" W sf-Inn. , .1 ' tw " .aa .u , U. , Mrs. Marge Caldwell, author, and lecturer, Houston, Texas. Marge Caldwell, conscientious citizen and friend of youth, speaks from a heart full of love for all people. Her heartwarming challenge for the 'good life' opens new vistas and inspires re-evaluation of ideals. Houston, Texas, is home to Mrs. Caldwell and her family. She is a graduate of Rice University and majored in Span- ish. This creates another field of service for her as she teaches English to the wives of the Consul and Vice-Consul of Ecuador. She is recognized throughout the United States as a lec- turer on college campuses, youth organizations, Federated Womens' Clubs and through her work with Encounter Cru- sade. An Invitation has been received to teach Christian Charm and Modeling in the 1970 Crusade in Japan. '4The Radiant You", by Marge Caldwell was published in Apr-il, 1968. Mrs. Alma Ruth fJimJ Morgan, spiritual constant to Moming Watch, Borger, Texas. Morning Watch, sponsored by B.S.U., is responsible for the Faculty-Appreciation Breakfast and other group meet- ings in order for us to hear this gracious lady. Mrs. Morgan's untiring efforts and enthusiasm for a good campus life at Frank Phillips College are sincerely appre- ciated. She was educated in the public schools of Lubbock, Tex- as, and at Texas Tech. Morning Watch is only one of the interests of this vivacious mother and homemaker. Community service interests include the Borger Music Club and Knife and Fork. As the teacher of an eighth grade girls' Sunday School class and as a participant in W.M.U., she spends many hours in study and preparation. Working as Teacher-Aid at Davy Crockett requires four hours of each day. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan have two daughters, Jamie and Rue Ann. HELPING FPC C RRY-0 The Bookstore, science laboratories, library, offices and cafeteria greatly depend upon the capable, cheerful help of students. These students are earning while learning and are appreciative of the opportunity. Upper Right: Linda Estes, Biology assistant, future Biology teacher. Lower Right: Jo Anne Tibhitts, Library Science major. Below: Janice Haning, Secretarial Science. ze --xr ,M . E 1 u, 495 ...ALI , S155 X l ,KR '1 'Q ' J..-' ,,f,. M-,Mr 1 l Tommy Hunt, assistant general chemistry, physics major. X-1' N -fi -1 Hugh Haren helps keep the Admin. bldg., majoring in mathe- Il13 UCS. gc'-P'-'I' Martha Snyder, Public Information office. -lan DYSOH helps in the bookswfe- eu H . 451 HELPING FPC CARRY 0 K 5101. N Billy McLaughlin, laboratory assistant in Anatomy, Physiology, and General Biology both semesters, 1967-68. ii I , 4 1 . -ms in My ,- wma 'Miva Carolyn Smith serves doughnuts and milk at brunch. 1 - . . , .X x y i " T " HJ l ll! A . lllllllllllll f r.'.g "Q-f--sn li - 'll X f i - R ' k'fX ' A ,,,i . M.. . n-az., x ' xl. I ,. ' l kms - . R25 Y -ssl loc Archer, "washes cups and saucers and brushes the crumbs Patsy Newcomb studies while minding the switchboard. 1way." - HELPING FPC CARRY ON ,-1-gm fx , , ff", . I, -f'Tf ,--' " " " 'E ,. Lfff' iii " .- Q 3'f'4'z 'V1A'.Vg!g X. .iff It 'Lf-, Q ' ...tgzljffrrl 'QU' , n.Ult'2:a', . - nl ,ff " - t I A 1 Pi i'!19'!'!--in 4 f cis a ut' fl 'L-af" 5 x HQ --- s I 1: H 1 LL - . 5 C 1 M, I ,n 1,2 '.4,J!"" ' , 4 Q44 A lgivff, " 4 569' at A . M , A13 a ' I f at , 'Q C Q .,-Z GJ? i ff! ,I ,, A i .- as . .- ,Y JF.i.,,. . :' 4 - -, E 521: ,. Ls., 41 '-.,.sf4 Lynn Patterson, PBX Operator, elementary education major, plans to be a teacher. W , - , l, , Lower Right: Pam Stark advised on how to butter hot rolls by Danny and Karen Kindy. '4"'k 'fi .Swv ifg,-rg-gf'Ti 4 ' :n--' ' ' '-a ' .HEP ., Q i f J :rl v "' .Q .IGM H X Hill. .Ju WITH THE lf LaNita Washburn arranges displays in the library. F ks. 'df .J , 1 .f Barbara Ann Rozzell assistant in the James W. Dillard Library, and active in Morning Watch, plans to study Nursing after two years at FPC. ,J vs, fjy ' ,hgdxi 1 5' ' Larry Douglas Reed helps out in the MWF cafeteria rush. Sue Henson, Elementary Education major, library. x X 's. -X- .4 , xl X Ray Bradley makes the best coffee on 60 Acres. Eggzigri 7? Ricky Williams enforces 'no smoking' in the bookstore. Llnda Andress typlst, Reglstrars office f" '11 X 'lk ' A. I If-5 : .4 - "1 ilu I f ... V C and M FURNITURE MART Owner C. E. Whittington and Staff Proudly Salute the Students of FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE Borger, Texas WE'RE MUCH aes ' It 1 2 ' E., --f we L -Ii 7 1' J i I MT- George B0Yd Dr. Wm. B. Griffin Artist, Charles C. Councell , New members of the FPC Board of Regents "Viewing Europe" sketches. Q-. I l if . I I I E gl , Y . , ll. L 'li TlPTON'S ' A -1 souTH ' DOWN 'ay v 13' , I LOCKER ,.tt C AND I I ix 'ea-ez, tr-.X we ' I. - , Fig E fi' 'ki,'jl'1y'jp1 -ff Wholesale Y .C Y, at and ' 'I ' Mrs. Jo Redwine for keeping room 2 Retail in order. M5315 Mrs. Jean Becker and Mrs. Dorothy Dunham for making the suppers at FPC an eating treat. l Processing and Curing Eat I Better for l Less WESKEIIL. No Money Down SUPPORTS FRANK PHILLIPS 3 or 4 COLLEGE IN THE INTEREST Months OF HIGHER EDUCATION I to Pay 1400 S. Cedar BR4.'l 327 Gary Alexander and Roy Parsons helped Circle K print and distribute the best student directories ever, and Borger, Texas 158 OBLIGED F Y . W Q P P. I7 ll fr- , i e?I-+1 r ,,iTE1?' - W X became queen Pam Stark cried happy tears when she V ' nf, 'gf ' ,y -lf' , ,ri L f,,.-qq iso the earliest. , 1 x fl '4 if If P I ,. ' 'F P :,. X ' JF W , 8 - as Cloyce Purcell, 1967 Plainsman of the Year, nominated for the hon- or by Lariat. jfs I Mrs. Alta Martin helps keep us so well-fed, especially on Sundays. Find Your Key to Beauty at Your ITIERLE DORITIHII COSITIETIC STUDIO Makeup Consuluxion No Ohlipxion 530 N. Main Borger, Texas You'lI Always Find it AT POPULAR SUPPLY 324 North Main BR 3-3752 Borger, Texas 159 OFF FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STINNETT THE BANK THAT BETTER SERVICE IS BUILDING Phone 878-2488 Mrs. Latona Loard was so excited over flying to Hawaii to spend the Thanksgiving Holidays of 1967 that she in- sisted that her grammar classes use "Lei" as the past tense of "lie," Mrs. Loard accompanied by her husband, H. C., at- tended the 57th Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English in Honolulu, November 18-26. The convention was held at the Waikiki Beach area of Honolulu. Before the convention opened, Mr. and Mrs. Loard toured the islands, visited plantations, and famous gardens. 525 Morse St. Sfinnett, Texas Complete Coverage of a Frank Phillips College Activities AP- UPI-NEA-News and Features COLE'S DRY CLEANERS 207 W. 5th sf. Bofger, Texas I ALEXANDER SUPPLY OFFICE - CHURCH - SCHOOL ' T M . L d ' k d flowers, ate pineapple, and worshipped the native Gods, 1022 Megert Shopping Center Borger, excls hs mgirfulrihgn a tourist! Miss Pam Pfalrner, popular Miss Lake Meredith, 1967-68. 'tif C? in, V' "1 e 4 X, s ' 1 . --fs: 3 Frank Phillips College freshman, was elected VISIT LAKE MEREDITH Miss Pam Pfalmer, Frank Phillips College freshman, was elected Miss Lake Meredith. She graciously repre- sents this delightful playground area at many Golden Spread social and sports activities. Along with other students in Mr. Kiser's biology class, she enjoyed a field trip at this popular recreation area. P Mr. Kiser's Biology class watched fishing boats from the upper deck of the marina. They also selected several house boats, some fishing boats and crulsers from the d0CkS- SKATING PARTY-MARCH 1 N A 1-jc. ,,.. , I ' , 1 ,J f P 'C --4 Y J T1e 'um txght,--Janis Morgan. FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE BOOKSTORE School Supplies-Sports Jackets Giffs Sharon Anderson and Mike Glasscock. wx '- . f E. D. BAKER CORPORATION qc, Q X :'r N' . L lzrsf-rrS2Z1."f:'.2 5 - "' . General Contractors Grading--Road Construction-Paving C rs Borger, Texas BR 3-7501 -if P I 163 l , 1- . ,, .Vi 5 wx? I - .-...A - '-3.5-1 as -,wg , A ,L . ,vafy is A e bf. is in , ew- 4,5921 , V: . . . SPOOFS 7' m ' .',:QW3-KBLI-Ei' 'l ' X, . ..g2?f!Ql2 .. 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We do n't know either. 14 .1 1 74451: Al Hirt, blow 'em off the court! Wm. ll i M 1 gf e ' . i' e H L -lm ., :'1E Scientific method of 'witching' for water -. V A z-fiw'gTi -T ii 22? GI-.3 "N-N. Front Row: Linda Estes, Sharon Musgraves, Allen Duane Dren- Row: Sue Henson, Patsy Brown, Merry Holaday, Marietta Price, nan, Janice Cantrell, David Brandon, and Janice Henderson. Back William McLaughlin, and Gloria Prince. fT?7"'fTV'f - 'N N no '+"UI'V" i 4' r-Qiynglifxl if 1 I' ' ' X 1 S l l ' psi -' "f"N ii si? W' 1 f Linda Estes and Charles Cox-lighted candles, symbolic of knowledge, and white roses, signifying purity and beauty of life, were handed each new member. -. I 'fx y Q if :J n J ,. ' -cf-Jigs l PHI THET KAPP Thirty-five candidates were initiated into Phi Theta Kappa, junior college honor society, March 11, 1968. , 1 X wail -insist: ., , in if 15" ,Jw Q .t ,.., ..., . I t nn'-r-" 4 ml.-Cf-,, e.-r f ,.. .1y,,, V. tl, 1 .-,- LSL, , 15' .1 iw,-55. , 1-, :ls Phi Theta Kappa seeks to promote ,rig VY -. scholarship, to develop character, and 1 3 X 7 to cultivate fellowship among the stu- ii ' ' dents of junior colleges of the nation. ' Mr. C. M. Herrington, sponsor. ,FY ,, I -, ' ,,, 15 I. A f., . sumti.. FL. F 14,3 . - . if J2'f1gff'Z' ' N :"il"ZsF , ' if gen .gjjgtg ,.f'i1.frfgM: T. f ' H etee e ..,. L 5f J. 1 I L .ati , 4 it ,, -w Q.- -. gin-fi --2: a I , J Bda me tt v sr, .V r.,HWw,1 H , 1. as-V at sw- ,, at-'t 'L "H" .ww 'iw Q- uf ww mirth' I X l .1 it ,ik-li.-.g,2,g:.. I . ?1?i",7' - N. we 3 .sw as ' e, . .,.-.y.v,. , .L Phi-Wisdom Theta-Inspiration Kappa-Purity lib Q-Q W?-. err x .QQ ' Z' L4 ' r rx N X IS, f , I K I 5421 Front Row: Janice Bruce, Pam Stark, Cheri Stie, Rosemary Ro- Janeway, Mary Lynn Keranen, Cheryl Lea, and Bob Gerhardt. gers, and Beverly Srygley. Back Row: Keith Willerton, Mary 'F PHI TI-IET K PP D f J X ,lv 4. ' xxx l . H N'- fir' ff. Janice Henderson, receives the symbol of knowledge as Charles Cox lights her white candle. Mr. Pepper, reception committee member, visited with students- Cheryl Lea. fb .1-1, ..-.-g f' R. ..- Q NH ' ' - N L' K in 7 Q vi ' " If L-FN ' if ' i'-X 3,1 + E '1 'r 'Q' ,f L '1 he 1 - 1, i Front Row: Geneva Bruce, Peggy Lewis, Linda Andress, Jennifer Juanell Carson, Stephen Elston, Ada Marie Hart, Larry Anderson Hays, Sara Ayers, Gayle Easley, and Mary Jane Esely. Back Row: Francis Fischer, and Guy Hazlett II. IN MEMORIAM ERNEST HERLONG DUNNING Ernest Herlong Dunning helped establish the guidelines for the future of Frank Phillips College through his fine training and enthusiasm during his long, unselfish service as a member of the Board of Regents. REGENTS Dr. W. G. Stephens, President, 18 Mr. Paul Kemp, Vice-President, 18 Mr. Wade Gillespie, Secretary, 18 Mr. Beryle West, 18 Mr. Paul Castleberry, 18 M1's. George Andress, 18 Mr. Jerry Brice, 18 Dr. William B. Griffin, 158 Mr. George Boyd, 158 ADMINISTRATION President J. W. Dillard, 19,120 Dr. R. E. Darnell, Academic Dean, 20,37,120 Mr. William D. Gasaway, Registrar, 20,24 Mr. Oliver Abel, Director of Evening Classes, Dean of Men, 7,20,32,39 Mrs. Maxine Goins, Executive Assistant to the President, Dean of Women, 20 Mrs. Virginia Butler, Administrative Secretary, 21,22 Mrs. Ernestine Jarnigan, Secretary to Academic Dean, 21 Mrs. Blanch Miller, Assistant Business Manager, 21,22 Mrs. Emma Lou Moorehead, Secretary to Registrar, 21 Mrs. Edna G. Dillard, Director Public Information, 21,36 Mrs. Frances Morris, PBX Operator, 21 JAMES W. DILLARD LIBRARY Mrs. Nevada Thomason, Librarian, 22 Mrs. Maude Yungblut, Assistant to Librarian, 22 Mrs. Wilma Craig, Assistant to Librarian, 22 FACULTY-DAY Mrs. Edgar Allen, 26 Mr. John Banvard, 30,116 Miss Bernice Beuselinick, 38,40 Mr. Mr. Mrs Thomas T. Brooks, 37 Charles K. Cash, 24 . Elizabeth DeKoster, 31,75 Mrs. Jennie R. Dillingham, 28,40 Mrs. Maxine Everett, 28,36 Mrs. Catherine Fry, 27,40 Mr. Adolph Gottschalk, 33,40 Mrs. Iona Haag, 34,71,138 Mrs. Mary Haygood, 32 Mr. C. M. Herrington, 38 Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard, 26 Mrs. Julia Ann Kasch, 29,37,40 Mr. Roy Kiser, 25 Mrs. Latona Loard, 28,160 Mr. Mr. Don Loyd, 35,130,137 Richard McKinney, 25,41,135 Mrs. Audie Nicholson, 24 Vernon Obelgonner, 29,31,37,41,74 Mr. Mr. Leon Pepper, 38,170 Mrs. Roberta Platt, 37 Mr. Floyd Scott, 28 Mrs. Florene Watson, 33,41 FACULTY-EVENING Mr. Mr. Archie Adams, 39 Donald Lee Andress, 39 Mrs. Myra Jo Bolin, 40 Mr. Mr. Mr. Robert C. Ezzell, 40 Robert Adell Johnson, 40 Abraham Latman, 41 INDEX Mr. Charles Morris, 41 Mr. John Roger Ridgway, 41 Dr. Hubert Thomson, 41 Mrs. Jessie Willis, 41 Mr. George M. Wyatt STUDENTS Adams, Betty Mae, Borger, 86 Adams, Nina Floyd, Borger, 48 Aderholt, Terry Pat, Fritch, 48 Adkins, Ronald Lee, Fritch, 25,130 Alexander, Gary, Borger, 158 Alexander, Rita Marlene, Borger, 48,92 Allen, Patsy Diannia, Stinnett, 48,113 Anderson, Larry Edward, Borger, 48,73,79,100,119,170 Anderson, Robin Clay, Borger, 48 Anderson, Sharon Lynn, Stinnett, 44-,59,69,98,102,128, 146,163 Andress, Linda, Borger, 44,156,170 Archer, Joseph Michael, Shamrock, 48,59,63,113,137, 153,166 Arthur, Rhonda Gayle, Borger, 48,68,92 Artzberger, Harlan F., Borger, 82 Austin, Debbie Anne, Borger, 48 Ayers, Sara Lynn, Borger, 92,170 Ayers, Shirley Marleen, Spearman, 12,13,44 Beaty, Kenneth King, Borger, 58,78,102 Beilue, Richard Alan, Borger, 5,44 Bell, Arthur Lee, Phillips, 79,84 Bell, Robert Tarence, Amarillo, 48 Bell, Vicki Lynn, Borger, 26,92 Benz, Robert George, Borger, 25 Billington, Jerry Dwayne, Borger, 105 Blakemore, Glenda Mae, Borger, 26,92,156 Bonner, Judy, Borger, 44 Box, Carolyn Sue, Borger, 48 Braden, Rhonda Lynn, Borger, 48 Bradley, Hershell Ray, Borger, 48,73,74,79,156 Brain, Allen, Phillips, 44 Brandon, David, Borger, 81,135,146,157,168 Brazeal, Linda Kay, Borger, 44 Brice, Mary Loyce, Borger, 44,92 Briggs, Ronald Lee, Borger, 44 Brown, Patsy May, Borger, 48,92,141,168 Brownlee, Fred Allison, Borger, 96 Bruce, Betty Janice, Borger, 69,138,169 Bruce, Geneva Nadine, Borger, 170 Buchanan, Tommy, Borger, 77 Burkhalter, William LeRoy, Borger, 48 Burnley, Bettye Joyce, Borger, 44 Burns, David Wayne, Borger, 44,56,59,60,76,78,103,111,146 Callan, Debra Lynn, Pampa, 13,85 Campbell, James Jimmy, Pampa, 73 Cantrell, Janice, Borger, 48,59,69,79,80,81,92,101,168 Carson, Jaunell, Borger, 67,170 Chelf, Randal Charles, Borger, 31 Chester, Ricky, Borger, 44 Chester, Tonya Lynn, Phillips, 29 Childress, Alvis Joe, Phillips, 49,81 Childress, Leo Henry, Phillips, 44,63 Clanton, Gary Wayne, Borger, 79,95 Clark, Celia, Borger, 56,59,69,102,110 Coleman, Gary Lynn, Phillips, 49 Coleman, Kenneth Ray, Phillips, 44,82 Connelly, Stephen Leo, Borger, 105 Conyers, Charles Wayne, Fritch, 49 Cooley, Lou Anne, Berger, 49 Cornelius, Richard Lee, Berger, 134,135 Cowan, Danny Ray, Skellytewn, 65 Cox, John Charles, Berger, 60,77,78,168,170 Crawford, Perry, Berger, 49,79,101,104 Cribbs, Randall Scott, Phillips, 73,79,95 Crockett, Carol, Phillips, 139,140 Crouch, Ronald, Berger, 44,74,82 Crupper, Paula Ann, Berger, 29,49,73,92,108,120,141 Cryer, Jerry Den, Berger, 134,135 Cuthbertsen, William S., Berger, 49,95 Dalton, Patricia Lea, Pampa, 49 Davis, Harvey Edd, Berger, 49,65,81 Davis, Patricia LaVina, Berger, 45,73,96,116 Davis, Richard Neil, Berger, 41,45,70,71 Davis, Roger William, Berger, 118 Dawson, Harlin Dale, Skellytown, 131,133 Dorman, Linda Catherine, Pampa, 34,92 Dersett, Debra Kay, Berger, 49,56,66,91,127 Douglas, Tom, Berger, 49,61,71,100 Dozier, Garey Dewain, Stinnett, 49 Drake, Robert Darral, Berger, 8,86,126 Dean, Jemma Lee, Stinnett, 92,102,138 DeVere, W. A., Berger, 45,63,77,123 Drennan, Alan Duane, Phillips, 92,168 Duckworth, Nancy, Berger, 49,141 Dunham, Mickey, Berger, 45,61,69,70,71,99,140 Durham, Judith Anne, Berger, 49,81,128,140 Dyson, Janice Lea, Berger, 7,45,64,65,69,71,92,93,94, 141,152 Earnhart, Jimmie Lee, Berger, 45 Easley, Gayle Ann, Berger, 26,49,64,69,92,170 Edwards, Eddy Mac, Berger, 81 Elsten, Steve, Berger, 49,81,170 Esely, Mary Jane, Phillips, 31,50,170 Eshbach, Chloreta, Berger, 34-,50,59,67 Estes, Linda Sue, Berger, 45,71,73,74,75,76,80,81,83,90, 139,151,168 Eudey, J errell Dwayne, Fritch, 50,122 Farmer, Norma Jean, Berger, 45,71 Fatheree, Denetta, Berger, 50,66,74,120,141 Fenno, Je Ann, Lefors, 71 Ferrell, Clifford Charles, Berger, 45 Fischer, Francis Henry, Pampa, 45,61,71,79,82,90,116,170 Fischer, Thomas Richard, Pampa, 7,50,95,101,116,133,157 Flanders, Judy Suzanne, Phillips, 140 French, Thomas Blaine, Berger, 131 Fulce, Donna Mae, Fritch, 50,84,145 Gallaspy, Chester D., Berger, 50 Galloway, Charles Edward, Berger, 95 Garrett, William Dean, Berger, 50 Gerhardt, Robert Alan, Berger, 50,59,65,74,78,95,96,101,169 Gibbins, Johnny Albert, Berger, 45,82 Gilbert, Mary Catherine, Berger, 29,108,140 Gilliland, Nita Gay, Berger, 50 Gillum, Thomas Howard, Phillips, 50,65,90,92 Glasscock, Mike, Berger, 163 Gomer, Donnie Vernon, Stinnett, 50 Gray, Trey, Berger, 50,65 Green, Patsy Jean, Berger, 50 Gregory, Marc William, Pampa, 5,74 Gunter, Johnny Ray, Phillips, 10 Gutierrez, Ray G., Berger, 45 Haning, Janice Ann, Panhandle, 1,45,56,151 Harbin, Rocky, Berger, 62,63,65 Harbison, Bruce Alan, Phillips, 66 Haren, Hugh Warren, Stinnett, 50,79,152 Harrell, Phyllis, Berger, 50,124,125 Harris, Gerald Wayne, Stinnett, 50 Hart, Ada Marie, Stinnett, 170 Hawkins, Michael Dee, Pampa, 45,62,63,71,114 Hawkins, Steve Dale, Pampa, 45,63,71 Hayes, Vicky Lee, Pampa, 12,13,46 Hays, Jennifer Ann, Berger, 45,61,68,73,82,99,100,116, 119,170 Hazlett, Alvin Guy, Berger, 46,122,170 Head, Sherrye Lynne, Berger, 71,76 Heatly, Bobbye Ruelene, Berger, 51 Henderson, Janice Ann, Pampa, 13,51,168,170 Hensley, Brian Payne, Phillips, 10 Henson, Linda Sue, Berger, 51,70,71,92,155,168 Hertel, Hareletta Jean, Phillips, 29 Hess, Betty L., Berger, 67 Hinton, Mary Ledy, Berger, 30,51,59,61,92,97,100,101 Hedges, Donna Sherine, Sanford, 51 Heladay, Merry, Berger, 37,69,76,77,168 Henaker, Mary Ruth, Berger, 72,73 Hooper, Den Wesley, Stinnett, 59,81 Hoppe, Wayne, Fritch, 46 Hopper, Bobby Gene, Stinnett, 51 Horn, Garland Wayne, Berger, 137 Howell, Gary Leon, Berger, 125 Howerton, Ken, Pampa, 126 Hudson, Lester Ray, Houston, 110 Hunt, Beverly Ann, Berger, 46,68,82 Hunt, Thomas Wayne, Berger, 46,60,65,76,81,101,102, 147,152 Hunter, Tita, Berger, 51,71,118 Hutchinson, Shirley Anne, Berger, 51 Huval, Phillip David, Berger, 27,51,87,143 Hyatt, Maribeth, Berger, 51,71,118 Ihbe, Agnes Virginia, Berger, 74 Ivey, Michael Vance, Berger, 51 Jackson, Bob, Berger, 46,62,63,143 Jacob, Sallie Ann, Dumas, 13,46,114 James, J ehn Ervin, Berger, 26,46,70,71,92,93,143,146 Janeway, Mary, Berger, 169 Jarnigan, Steve Lee, Phillips, 51,63,79,82,115,136 Jarvis, George, Stinnett, 51 Jenkins, Jimmy, Berger, 9 Jenkins, Karen Kay, Berger, 68,77 Jennings, Teresa Gale, Berger, 51 Jeter, Gene, Berger, 58 Jones, Kay Lanell, Berger, 74 Jones, Thomas Allen, Berger, 32 Jordan, Jimmy Don, Berger, 51,124,125 Kennedy, Mermen J ee, Berger, 81 Keranen, Mary Lynn, Berger, 51,73,115,128,142,169 Kindy, Danny Ray, Phillips, 7,63,92 Kindy, Karen sue, Phillips, 46,55,69,80,90,103,140,142 King, Phyllis Kay, Pampa, 46 Kirkland, Janie Renae, Spearman, 13,67 Kessey, David Lee, Stinnett, 79 Kotara, Ronald Edward, Pampa, 59 Lane, Sally Kaye, Phillips, 52 Langen, Danny, Berger, 52 Lea, Cheryl Ruth, Berger, 77,169,170 Leedy, Sonya Lea, Sanford, 52,67,142 Lewis, Peggy Wood, Stinnett, 40,170 Libby, Paul Watson Jr., Berger 137 Lilley, Bruce, Berger, 8,70,71,79 Lilley, Gerald Forrest, Skellytewn, 104 Lindsey, Nina Chadette, Berger, 52 Little, Richard Frank, Berger, 63,105 Little, Sheri Dee, Phillips, 141 Lively, Michael Wayne, Berger, 105 Lloyd, Ernest Glenn, Berger, 36,46,62,63,66,89,102,166 Locke, Peggy Sherlene, Stinnett, 52,65 Luginbyhl, Judith Ann, Stinnett, 52 Mansfield, Kathy Ann, Fritch, 50,79,124 Martin, Joanna Louise, White Deer, 52,92 Maynard, Rick Lyle, Pampa, 35 McCleery, Kenneth Lee, Pampa, 46 McDougal, Gary Allen, Pampa, 86 McElroy, Janice, Borger, 5,52 McKee, Vicki, Borger, 52,74,120 McKenney, Albert Michael, Borger, 39 McKinney, Jack Wallace, Borger, 46,81 McKnight, Jimmy Dale, Borger, 52,89 McKown, Jimmy Ray, Borger, 126 McLaughlin, William Lee, Borger, 76,77,153,168 McVicker, Bobby Allen, Dumas, 131 Mesneak, James Craig, Borger, 136,137 Miller, Madeline Sue, Panhandle, 7,13,28,52 Mills, Elvin Ronald, Pampa, 46 Montgomery, Bruce Clifton, Borger, 35 Morgan, Janis Thelma, Stinnett, 81,163 Moore, Anna Bell, Stinnett, 52 Moore, George Kelley, Borger, 52,61,101,126 Moore, Ronald Keith, Fritch, 52 Morrison, Lana Jean, Borger, 122 Mosley, Jon Alan, Pampa, 33 Moss, Kyle, Stinnett, 46,59,63,115 Mounts, Jerry Wayne, Perryton, 14 Mucaka, Christo-Atanas, Istanbul, Turkey, 24,52,150 Musgraves, Sharon, Borger, 46,168 Myrick, Walter Asherry IV, Borger, 46,61,96,100,144 Neal, Pat Jeffrey, Borger, 52 Nelson, David, Borger, 53 Nesbitt, Byron Lynn, Borger, 38,79 Newcomb, Patsy, Borger, 29,53,68,98,108,153 Norris, Tim, Perryton, 15 Oden, Kathy Ann, Borger, 92 Ogilvie, Janet Ann, Borger, 53,68,74,92 Padilla, Kathy, Borger, 157 Palit, Bobby, Borger, 79 Parsons, Roy Gene, Stinnett, 46,63,78,114,158 Passmore, Susan Anita, Stinnett, 53 Patterson, Clesby Lynn, Fritch, 77 Patterson, Lynn Kay, Borger, 68,154 Perkins, James Leroy, Darrouzett, 131 Pfalmer, Pamela Ann, Borger, 50,53,79,81,123,124,162 Phillips, Curtis Audry, Borger, 107,125 Phillips, Linda Georgetta, Borger, 53 Pierson, Tommy Ray, Borger, 35 Piland, Donnie, Borger, 131,143 Pinard, Gloria Jean, Borger, 115 Platts, Vicki, Phillips, 5,46,68,74,89 Plumlee, Kenneth, Stinnett, 91,102,132 Prater, Martha Sue, Fritch, 69 Price, Kristin Eileen, Borger, 53 Price, Marietta Kay, Borger 74,139,168 Price, Sammy Dean, Borger, 74 Prince, Gloria Ann, Miami, 30,53,90,100,150,164,168 Pruiett, Terry Thomas, Borger, 46 Poole, Morris, Borger, 53,81,95 Poston, John T., Borger, 59,77 Potter, Paulette Ann, Borger, 77 Powell, Ronald Jay, Borger, 8,53 Powell, William Paul, Kermit, 87 Pulse, Charles Herbert, Pampa, 74,82 Railsback, Jan Williams, Phillips, 10,53,63,65,84 Ray, Judith Dolores, Borger, 13,53,77,78,114 Reed, Larry D., Stinnett, 77,155 Reed, Larry Joe, Phillips, 132 Ridener, Brenda, Borger, 52,100,144 Ridgway, Margaret Eileen, Borger, 47 Riemer, Billy Paul, Stinnett, 53 Rittenhouse, David Craig, Phillips, 53,63,74,79 Rodgers, Jimmie Dale, Borger, 94,95 Rogers, Rosemary, Phillips, 53,74,77,118,169 Roseberry, James Dale, Borger, 47 Ross, Don, Houston, 61,71,87,95,97,100,101,116,125,147 Rounds, Darlene Lovett, Borger, 28,47,60 Rozzell, Barbara Ann, Borger, 53,70,71,92,101,155 Runyon, James Lee, Phillips, 137 Russell, Terry, Borger, 134,135 Sailors, ZebberJ oe, Stinnett, 53 Sanders, Ida Josephine, Borger, 47 Sarchet, Donald Ray, Borger, 54 Sauls, Vinian Irene, Borger, 47 Schaffer, Brenda Jean, Borger, 54,65,128 Scoggin, Terry Dwaine, Pampa, 4-7,59,60,74,92,93,121,143 Scott, Barbara Jean, Fritch, 54 Scroggins, Carmen Rose, Phillips, 54,77 Seitz, Dwayne, Borger, 65,77 Sewell, Charles, Phillips, 127 Shackelford, Robert Lee, Pampa, 7,8,47,64,65,92,93,145,146 Simpson, Connie, Pampa, 13,81,85 Simpson, David Henry, Borger, 54 Sims, Jimmy Ray, Borger, 47 Sisson, Pamela Jean, Dumas, 54 Slaybaugh, Jimmy Dean, Borger, 54 Smith, Carolyn Sue, Borger, 68,92,99,101,153 Smith, Dale Alvin, Borger, 59 Smith, Hugh Colman, Borger, 107 Smith, Kim Lee, Stinnett, 31,47 Smith, Michael Clenton, Borger, 95 Smith, Voins Odean, Phillips, 132 Snyder, Martha, Fritch, 4-7,82,89,152 Spraberry, Ephrian G., Pampa, 54 Sprague, Arlynna Marie, Borger, 26,54,92,122,144 Srygley, Beverly Diane, Phillips, 59,69,76,77,78,98,169 Stark, Pamela, Borger, 54,68,71,128,142,154,159,169 Starks, Milene Mae, Borger, 54,122,140 Steadman, Franklin, Pampa, 47,64,65,136 Steel, Cynthia Elaine, Borger, 54-,70,71,142 Stevens, Roy Joseph Jr., Pampa, 54,92 Stie, Cheri Denise, Borger, 69,169 Summers, Larry, Fritch, 55,136 Suit, Mickey Lynn, Borger, 55 Sweet, Virginia Yvonne, Borger, 92 Taylor, Claude Lennon, Fritch, 74,136 Thompson, Donald Dean, Pampa, 136 Tibbitts, Jo Anne, Borger, 47,151 Tucker, Fobias Edward, Borger, 55,134,135 Upchurch, Stephen, Phillips, 24,63,74,79 Ussery, Helen Ann, Gruver, 13,47,85,101 Vallaster, James Wilson, Pampa, 55 Vandergriff, Shelah, Borger, 27,47,68,109 Viles, Jimmie Dale, Borger, 47 Viles, Martha Ellen, Borger, 47,60 Walker, John David, Borger, 79 Washburn, LaNita Lynn, Borger, 55,70,71,101,154 White, Ralph, Phillips, 47,82 Williamsen, Dale Royce, Borger, 8 Williams, Richard Wayne, Borger, 55,95,130,132,156 Williams, Robert Steve, Pampa, 67 Willerton, Josephine L., Borger, 86 Willerton, Keith Robert, Borger, 55,56,59,63,74,76,77,82, 146,169 Willmon, Lola Elizabeth, Borger, 55,96 Wilson, James Ray, Borger, 32,55,59,70,71,81,133,144 Wilson, Janine, Phillips, 17,56,60,64,92,93,102,148 Wilson, Thomas William, Borger, 123 Winter, James Rodney, Stinnett, 55 Wright, James Randall, Phillips, 9,10,47,61,65,92,109,146, 150 Wright, Nina Rebecca, Borger, 55,71 Yeary, Calvin Calloway, Phillips, 5,132,133 MAXINE COINS HALL Mrs. Ruth Prewitt, 12 W. G. STEPHENS HALL Mrs. Oliver Abel, 14 BOOKSTORE Mrs. Esther Hart, Burger, 5 CAFETERIA Mrs. Vera Walker, Borger, 88 Dorothy Hendricks, Borger, 88 Cedar Lanes 60 Cizon's Jewelry 7 Coleis Dry Cleaners 160 Davis Chevrolet 59 Dean's 60 Deloris Style Shoppe, Fritch 95 Denny's Men's Wear 95 E. D. Baker Corporation 163 First National Bank, Borger, 6 First National Bank, Stinnett 160 Four-R Industrial Supply Company 58 Fritch State Bank 97 Gallarneau Brothers 4 Griffins 66 Station 7 H Sz W Pharmacy 58 Hub Clothiers 7 J. C. Penney Company 42 J. M. Huber Corporation 42 J ackson's Photography 10 Just Rite Cleaners 7 Mrs. Jean Becker, Borger, 158 Mrs. Dorothy Dunham, Borger, 158 Mrs. Maxine Londagin, Borger, 88 Mrs. Alta Martin, Borger, 159 MAINTENANCE 0. J. Arthur, Borger, 84 0. C. Catchings, Borger, 127 Edward McHenry, Borger, 88 Josephine Redwine, Borger, 158 Willard Shelton, Borger, 127 Lester Starling, Borger, 84 Alexander Supply 160 Barney's Pharmacy 97 Bentleyis 4 Bob Johnson Motor Company 58 Borger Bar Association 10 Borger News Herald 160 C 81 M Furniture Mart 158 APPRECIATION Knight Lumber Company 42 Lewis Hardware 4 Lindsey Furniture Company 121 Merle Norman Cosmetics 159 Minton's Mortuary and Flower Shop 10 Morley Theater 5 Pampa College of Hairdressing 113 Panhandle Bank 81 Trust 9 Panhandle Insurance Agency 4 Phillips Petroleum Company 11 Popular Supply 159 Simpson's Flowers 79 Sledge Studio 96 Southwestern Public Service 8 Tipton's South Y Locker 158 Tweed-Godfrey Agency 95 Weskem 158 Woody's Glass 58 Zale's Jewelry 95 v M" n Rimemxz, WM In K 52 1 ' ss I, .f 13 is if 3 as A' 'ini Aff.: j'!.'-"" 72" W W ff 2 S '-3TgA.'i.' 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