Stephen F Austin State University - Stone Fort Yearbook (Nacogdoches, TX)

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i Di gitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 http: archive.org details stonefort193600step 215 1) STC N IE V CRT Nineteen hnnilrcil Tliirtij- Six Steplieii F. Austin Stilt e Tciiclicrs Ccllcijc Mncc««l ©dies, Tcxiis revert Against a decorative background suggestive of the historical significance of the year to us as Texans, the staff of the STONE FORT for Nineteen Hundred Thirty-Six has endeavored to present, in these pages, an accurate and an interesting account of the people and the events of the Thirteenth Session of the College. LIBRARY OF STEPHEN F. AU " :N STATE 1 EACHERS COLLEGE Nacogdoches, Texas V To tlic ciltcrifiiiiccs wlio tiiive it ii niimc fcr friendliness Iciliciit ion r To the men and women who have made Texas, — to the aboriginees who gave it a name for friendliness,- to the conquistadores, the padres, and the sons of the Franks who blazed its trails,- to the pioneers who conquered its wilderness,- to the warriors who made it free,- to the statesmen who moulded it into a Republic and joined it to a Union,- to the agriculturalists, industrialists, and commercialists who have given it economic prosperity,- and to the artists, musicians, writers, and teachers who have shaped and preserved its culture, — the STONE FORT for Nineteen Hundred Thirty-Six is respectfully dedicated. To tlac CDiii iiistiiilorcs, the |i«iilres,iiinl tlie seit of tlic Franks, wli© lilazitl its trails rlcMcrii Cc€ ri|€ L. Crocket Cli lire li in fin Sclioliir historiaii Hiiiiiiiiiittiriiisi 4 Vl x His influence will tic € m tc tlic ciifl of tlic aiie -A.V. Birtlwcll ain kdtlXt anc e (Sast (Sntrance to $ usfi Atliuiit istriit io it FilC II I til Seniors Juniors Sc|t It ©meres FresltiMcn Demonstration •9 GREETINGS The STONE FORT, again, records in picture and story a year of the college life. It is a record of work well done, of many hours spent in a fine fellowship, of striving with others for better human relationships and for a fuller, freer, happier life. It is also a challenge to keep alive in memory the activities of the year that stimu- late thought and deepen purpose — all to the end that each may do well his part of the World ' s Work. My wish for you is that the coming years may witness the flowering and the fruiting of the plantings of the college year 1935-36. Sincerely, Mrs. Ina Pearl Brewer Secretary to Registrar Mamie Middlebrook Private Instructor, Piano Maggie Byrd Acting Registrar Sugene Spears Secretary to President Jack Crawford Assistant to Auditor Kathleen Stevens Secretary to D. H. S. Mrs. Mary Hodges Secretary to Auditor Nan Wright Secretary to Dean Loulein Harris Librarian c ass OTHER FACULTY MEMBERS Mary Josephine White English iters Rae Carter seniors Ellis Gaston President Don L. Hough Vice President Vestal Ramsey Secretary C. E. Ferguson Sponsor Ellis Gaston John Lynn Bailey President, Student Body Guy Honeycutt Ernest Ford JUNrORS Guy Honeycutt President J. H. Crenshaw Vice President Daisy Mary G ribble Secretary Eugene White Sponsor SOPHOMORES Ernest Ford President Pauline Motley Vice President Jane Green Secretary MOLLIE T. PARMLEY Treasurer Margie Whittington Sponsor FRESHMEN Rae Carter President J. T. McClung Vice President Hazel Brown Secretary Alice Reese Treasurer Savannah Cross Sponsor John Lynn Bailey Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. Business Administration President- Student Body President " T. " Association President Sawyers Football. Tennis Business Manager Pine Log President College Commission Geraldine Benge Marshall, Texas B. A. English Pine Burrs Opal Borders Kilgore, Texas B. S. Geography House Representative Advisory Board P. W. S. A. Jeffie Mae Boyett Appleby, Texas B. S. English Ellen H. Richards Club Percy Burk Houston, Texas B. A. Biology Intramural Basketball Director Assistant Football Coach Track Coach Sawyers Vinson Cassity Longbranch, Texas B. S. Commerce Marie Coker Mount Enterprise, Texas B. A. History Y.M.C.A. YAV.C.A. Choral Club Madrigal Club Evie Coleman Cushing, Texas B. S. Geography Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Sterling Covington Nacogdoches. Texas B. A. English Log-Fort Press Club Dramatic Club Annie Mae Craig Hallsville. Texas B. S. Mathematics Woman ' s Council P.W.S.A. Louise Currie Tyler, Texas B. A. History-English Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Choral Club Madrigal Club C. C. DENMAN Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. Historu Mary Frank Edmond Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. Geography Ruth Ennis Chireno. Texas B. S. History Minnie Pearl Fain Doucette, Texas B. S. English Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Victor Fain Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. English Editor Pine Log Log-Fort Press Club Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Sawyers College Commission Novis Floyd Nacogdoches, Texas B. A. English Spanish Circle Modern Problems Study Club Mrs. Clyde Foot Lufkin. Texas B. S. Geography P.W.S.A. Ellis Gaston B. A. Biology Football " T " Association Sawyers President Senior Class College Commission Choral Club Katherine Gaston Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. English Scholarship Society Pine Burrs Woman ' s Council College Commission Margaret Gaston Nacogdoches. Texas B. A. English Mary Helen Grider Tyler. Texas B. S. History B. S. U. Council Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Scholarship Society Choral Club Madrigal Club Lizzie Hale Overton, Texas B. S. English Emil Hanicak Silsbee, Texas B. S. Biology Basketball Alvis Hanna Nacog doches. Texas B. S. Chemistry-Biology Forest Hendricks Lufkin, Texas B. S. Biology Geneva Hogan Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. Home Economics Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Ellen H. Richards Club Inell Holcomb Alto, Texas B. A. English Alma Clyde Hood Livingston, Texas B. S. English Pine Burrs Woman ' s Council Don L. Hough Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. Geography Sawyers Football, Track Vice-President Senior Class " T " Association College Commission Woodrow Hunt Pinehtll. Texas B. S. English Band Fergarling Forensic Society Symphony Orchestra Mrs. Bonnie Jimmerson Henderson. Texas B. S. English Mrs. Florence King Douglas, Texas B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club Don Langston Mount Enterprise, Texas B. A. English — History President Press Club Co-President Y.M.C.A.- Y.W.C.A. President Fergarling Forensic Society Pre sident Scholarship Society Pi Kappa Delta College Commission Ruth Lewis Lufkin. Texas B. A. English Pine Burrs Jimmie Jeanne Mangum Center, Texas B. A. Biology Pine Burrs P.W.S.A. Thomas Edwin Martin Nacogdoches, Texas B. A. English Sawyers Band Nob ie Hale Millstid Lufkin, Texas B. S. Biology Cecil Mitchell Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. English Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A Zera Mosby Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. English Ellen H. Richards Club Everett Page Carthage, Texas B. S. History-Economics Fergarling Forensic Society President Pi Kappa Delta Ross Parker Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. Mathematics Band " T " Association Lee Parmley Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. Geography Football Track " T " Association Inez Peddy Tenaha, Texas B. A. Social Science Co-President Y.M.C.A. Y.W.C.A. Scholarship Society Log-Fort Press Club College Commission Woman ' s Council P.W.S.A. Mervyn L. Ramsey Gary, Texas B. S. English — History Business Manager Stone Fort Treasurer Press Club Men ' s Glee Club S. L. Rawls Douglas, Texas B. S. Science Sawyers |gf 49 Hunter Esten Ray 3ullard, Texas B. S. History Stewart Rice Livingston, Texas B. S. Biology Fay Riddlesperger Malakoff. Texas B. S. Home Economics Woman ' s Council College Commission President Ellen H. Richards Club Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Mrs. Datha Myers Ross Nacogdoches. Texas B S. Social Science Henry Schmidt Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. Business Administration Sawyers Mrs. Ossie Green Thompson Diboll. Texas B. S. Education Choral Club Mrs. Belle Wedgeworth Nacogdoches, Texas B. S. ' English Myrtle Emily White Huntington. Texas B. A. Commerce Woman ' s Council Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Walker H. White Troup, Texas B. A. Biology Sawyers Laverne Whitehead Nacogdoches, Texas B. A. English Mildred Brazier Ponta. Texas B. A. Spanish Vice-President Log-Fort Press Club Vice-President Modern Problems Study Group Secretary Spanish Circle Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. P.W.S.A. College Commission Associate Editor Pine Log Hubert Briggs Beckville. Texas B. S. Science Kathryn Chambers Arp, Texas B. S. Commerce — Economics President U.Y.W.A. Advisorv Board Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Choral Club Scholarship Society House Representative B.S.U. Council Modern Problems Study Group Juanita Collier Ratcliff, Texas B. S. Geography Aleene Commander Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. English Choral Club Avis Cook Center, Texas B. S. English Pine Burrs Woman ' s Council P.W.S.A. John Nathan Cravens Jacksonville. Texas 3. S. History Rachel Dawson Trawick, Texas B. S. English Dramatic Club Sue Dawson Traicick. Texas B. S. Geography Choral Club Joe W. Dickerson Rockland, Texas B. S. Science Fergarling Forensic Society Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Vice-President Pi Kappa Delta College Commission Press Club President B.S.U. Council Lillie Fears Tenaha, Texas B. S. Biology Horace F. Gillespie Huntington. Texas B. A. English Dramatic Club Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Christine Haizlip Nederland. Texas B. S. English Pine Burrs Woman ' s Council L. T. Halbert Milam. Texas B. S. Chemistry Football Sawyers Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Zennie Haltom Melrose. Texas B. S. Commerce — Economics Dramatic Club Choral Club Lovis Harris Timpson. Texas B. S. Geography Choral Club I Eileen Heaton Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. Home Economics Mary Willard Howell Jacksonville. Texas B. A. English P.W.S.A. Choral Club Modern Problems Study Group Paul Irick Lufktn, Texas B. S. History Elizabeth Johnson Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. Home Economics Amitie Ellen H. Richards Club Dorothy Lee Jones Gallatin, Texas B. A. Business Administration President Lumberjackettes Woman ' s Council Amitie Talmadge Jones Huntington. Texas B. S. Agriculture — Economics Football Basketball " T " Association Arlene Kilpatrick Lufkin. Texas B. S. History Lumberjackettes President P.W.S.A. President Woman ' s Council Log-Fort Press Club Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. College Commission Ruby Lloyd Rusk, Texas B. S. English Y.W.A. P.W.S.A. Choral Club Madrigal Club Dramatic Club Lee McGaughey Alto. Texas B. S- History Vera McKinnon Keechi. Texas B. S. History P.W.S.A. Y.W.A. Mrs. Addie Taliaferro McKnight Henderson, Texas B. S. History Choral Club Dramatic Club Evon McLemore San Augustine. Texas B. S. Home Economics P.W.S.A. Ellen H. Richards Club Gladys Ragland Alvin. Texas B. A. English Spanish Circle Y.W.A. Choral Club Vestal Ramsey Center. Texas B. S. Mathematics Football Sawyers College Commission " T " Association Basketball Mina Bell Shaw Troup, Texas B. S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. Clyde Skaggs Tomball, Texas B. S. English P.W.S.A. Choral Club College Commission Earline Elois Smith Nacogdoches, Te xas B. A. Spanish President Spanish Circle Scholarship Society Press Club Dramatic Club Madie Smith Burkuille, Texas B. S. English P.W.S.A. Kathleen Stevens Lufkm. Texas B. S. Business Administration Pine Burrs House Representative Henrietta Thomason Nacogdoches, Texas B. A. English Dramatic Club Vera Walters Buna. Texas B. S. Home Economics P.W.S.A. Secretary-Treasurer, Lumberjackettes College Commission Ellen H. Richards Club Maude White Douglas. Texas B. S. English Scholarship Society Choral Club Thelma Willmon Lufkin. Texas B. A. English P.W.S.A. Sibyl White Wyatt Hemphill. Texas B. S. English Alma Butler Woden. Texas B. S. Gladys McKewen Huntington. Texas B. S. Charles Carter Nacogdoches. Texas B. A. Ed Weatherly Henderson, Texas B. S. Evie Ramsey Nacogdoches. Texas B. S. Frances Hinds Nacogdoches. Texas b. a: Ima Williams Alto. Texas B. S. Clarence Watson Groveton. Texas B. S. mors Top James T. Alders Woden. Texas Opal Ammons Nacogdoches, Texas Mary Maxine Smelley Nacogdoches, Texas Melba Bailey Nacogdoches. Texas Left Mamye Alice Bogard Harold Boyett Timpson, Texas Jacksonville, Texas Clifford Bass Appleby. Texas Jeanette Carnes Chester. Texas Travis Bush Center, Texas Right Garth Bates Nacogdoches, Texas Bottom Mabel Cassity Longbranch. Texas R. L. Chapman Hemphill. Texas Top Ruby Nell Ivey Nacogdoches, Texas Jimmie James Alto, Texas Robert Jimerson Nacogdoches, Texas Mary Layne Jones Huntington, Texas Left James Langston Joe Langston Nacogdoches, Texas Mt. Enterprise, Texas Margie A. Lock Zavalla, Texas Right Beeman Justice Thurman Kerr Martinsville, Texas Nacogdoches, Texas Ola Lane Joaquin, Texas Bottom Cecile McCann Mt. Enterprise. Texas Q. A. MClVER Nacogdoches, Texas Merlene McLemore Hemphill. Texas Ralph McMinn Rusk, Texas Top Oline Watson San Augustine, Texas Orlan Watson Woodville. Texas Eugene Weatherly Appleby. Texas Johnnie Lou Weatherly Appleby. Texas Left Edna Mae Whitmire Pauline Wilkerson Nacogdoches. Texas Troup, Texas Freddie Williamson Martinsville, Texas Right W. G. Weatherly Appleby. Texas Franklin Weeks Burke, Texas Eugene Whitaker Nacogdoches, Texas Bottom Fletcher Wilson Chueno. Texas Drenton Woods Carthage, Texas Vernon Wooley Carthage, Texas Weldon Wright Nacogdoches, Texas Louise Wyche Kilgore, Texas Ruby Thedford Tyler, Texas James Allen Tim Barton Escoe Bailey Mary Landon Blount Mrs. Velora Boyett Artie Mae Brazil Mary Elizabeth Byrd Florene Campbell Tessie Fountain Edna Garrett Pauline Guinn Eloise Hicks Marlin M. Hallmark Garnet R. House Una Hubert Woodrow Hunt Lilla Mae Lowery Robert Lowrance Tom Jack Lucas Mrs. Claude March Austin B. Pearce James Pearson Peggy Pearce Arnold Reed Jessie Rodgers Charlsy Rogers Elizabeth Stroud Mrs. Bobbie Vickery Foy E. Wagstaff Mrs. Mary Louise Yarborough Gladys Lilly Haufton Lilly Willie Bea Lenthicum Reginald Maeberry Grace Maness Maurice Marshall Harlon Martin Guy Massey .A m j 2 H! 1 Juanita Watson Clifford Weir Ruby Welch Joe West Faye Westmoreland Louise Wilkins Sara Jane Teutsch Mabel Gene Williams Lorene Wooley Charles Lewis Odelle Langford Opal Arrant Eugene Barwick Cletus Blankenship Joseph Castleberry Eutha Cowart Tom Crawford Carl Driver Mabel J. W. Fagan Merline Feazell Lorene Garrett Oscar Glenn Robert J. Griffin Addie Lou Guin Opal Harcon A. K. Harvin Jo Lewis Haskin Lawrence Hough Opal Lewis Mrs. Charles Masterson Imogene Maroney Mrs. C. C. Maxey Elizabeth Millard Harry Morris Autry Morrison Charles Pence Jack Porter Hazel Scarborough Attye Sledge Gertha Sprayberry Autrice Stanford Mary Strange J. D. Strouss Edgar Tompkins Langford Warren Anne Williams Ruthie Williams Zettie Woods Bruce Woods Lois Cleveland Eva Cliburn Hilda Cliburn Mayme Coffee Annie Doris Cole Tom Collins Truett Cook Ardean Cooper Kansas Corley Frank Cabiness Louise Calvert Irene Cariker Lois Cariker Rea Carter Roy Claibourne Emmett Crawford Neulon Crouch Barbara Jane Cross Wayne Davis Bob Frank Cruse Alyne Cunningham Hutson Deaton Pauline Dfnnard Fannie C. Davis Jack Devereaux Billy Joe Dodds Lula Belle Dominy James Fuller LORENA GlLMORE Maidland Gray Esther Green Mildred Grimes Claire Gresham Randolph Gresham Alice Guinn Beth Guy Loron Halbert Olen Halbert Ruth Driver Celeste Duncan Virginia Ellington Jack Ford Eva Henry j. s. holleman Myrtle Hough Morris House Syble Halbert Ford Hale s m Mildred Hall Rosa Lee Hancock Bill Hanks Aliece Hanna Russel Trawick Troy Hargis Helen Harris Chester Hawkins Jack Hayes Atley Hughes Kathryn Humphrey Lois Hybarger Arlene Johnson Billie Joe Irwin Mrs. Jimmie Jacks Mrs. Maxine Johnson Beeman Jones Melvin L. Jacks Fay Jones O ' Brien Keeling Kenneth Kenned Corrie Love rollan lowery Maurine Lucas Elva Mangham John Robert Mansinger Hale Martin Margaret Martin Chusteen Marshall Margaret Marshman Loyce Mask Louise Mason Floyd King La Verne Latham Fannie Belle Lilly Lorene Lilly Velma Ramsey Thelma Matthews Carmen Maxwell Mary Frances Mays Helen Medford Ruth Mitchell Corrine Monk Josephine Moore Vera Moore Edwin Moorman Bennie Myres Felix McCasland Claudia McGowan Octavia McSwain Chester McElroy Merlee Newton Florien Nixon Joe Norris Johnnie B. Parmelly Jack Oliver Lucille Orr Jack Pennington Shirley Perkins Agnes Oswalt Opal Pierce A. D. Pitman Alice Plummer Orlan Ramsey Georgia Helen Rawls Theo Ray lutherine reeder Alice Reese Marie Risinger -r Lorene Richards Clifford Rogers E. Leroy Ross Laverne Rush Harvey Russell Rosaline Power Dan Prado Charles Pruitt Bennie Ramsey Louise Mae Adams Jett C. Arthur Mrs. J. Atkinson Virginia Beard ESTELLA BlRDWELL Earl Bovus Charles Brarner Vivian Brazil James Brittain Norman Broom Helen Buchanan Carroll Burgess Corhan Bush Le Roy Carter Frances Chaney Paul Cherry George Clark Helene Clemens Charles Coleman Bill Crawford Merle Daniel Agatha Davidson durwood dorman Melton Fenley Martha Feazell Violet Fuller Virgil Fuller Marjorie Gary J. H. Gilbert William Gillard Mrs. Bennet Gray Eugene Haley Lucille Hargis Frances Harrell Lillian Harvin Rebbeca Hogan Myrtle Horton Dalton Huddleston Wallace Jimmerson Daniel Johnson Ralph Johnson Marie Keeling Lillian Kendricks Margaret Kimmey Howard Lake George Latimer Josephine Lewis Eugene Manning Henry Matthews Miron Metteauer George Middlebrook Marjorie Millard Byrl Modesette James Moore Leslie Moser Fritz Muckelroy Watson Myres Sam McGaughey Maxine McPhail Dorothy Newberry Verdell Nolan Weldon Orr Audrey Pace Virginia Pace James Paine Marion Parker Basil Partin R. J. Peterson Aldrick Poole Mable Pou La Vera Rapp James Ray Etta Redd John Richardson Rayburne Richardson Richard Sitton Otto Skinner William A. Sledge Ford L. Spies Henry A. Spies Eunice Staurbury Aubrey Thomas Pauline Townsend Billy Tucker Rufus Vaught Evelyn Welch Clois Whitaker Herbert Whithead Cynthia Wilburn Floyd Wilkens Fay Winder Marjorie Woods Howard Worsham Inez Youngblood G. W. Youngblood Iciiiciistrntion icLoo SENIORS T. E. Alford Lillie Arnold Elizabeth Barret Opal Battle Nell Beckworth Berna Deane Belser Eugene Burrows Jennie Vee Campbell Blanch Crawford Calvin Curaton Wilma Gene Dennard Doshia Lee Eddings ft J, Urn Wilma Watkins President Harold Wisely Social Chairman Bernadine Pleasant Secretary Estill Fuller Doris Fulmer Letha Hanna Lynn Hanna Lynn Hanna Treasurer Ray Hooper Louise Johnson Artie B. Kerr Mary Mozelle Kerss Kathleen Kingham Dorothy Layton Eugene Lynch Pershing Matthews Guy Reese Marjorie Parsons Juanita Weaver Griff Ross Sergeant -at -Arms News Reporter News Reporter Annual Staff Jack Boatman Glenn Fowler Juanita Murdock Robert Baker Minnie Lou Fort Ray Peterson Elvin Box Gerald Green Lee Gaston Sledge Pauline Box Floris Jamison Fred Scroggins Homer Christopher Lurline Koonce Alice Jane Thomson Durante Cunningham Ruby Layton Norrel Thomason TENTH GRADE First Row: Jack Montgomery, Thomas Mitchell. Second Row: Eric Moore, Mildred Whitaker. Floris Jamison, Mary Upton, Hugh Pat- rick, Jack Locke, Sydney Reid. Third Row: Keith Justice, Dorothy Wright, Bertha Taylor, Jewel Smith, Vada Fuller. Leone Chandler, Fae Martin. Fourth Row: Jeanette Olds, Clarice White, Robie Brown, Charlotte Martin, D olvis Mayes. Maud Reid. NINTH GRADE Frrsf Row: W. R. Harrison, Ross Smelley, Aubrey Lee Bone. Hagan Parmley, Quentin Bates. Herschel Fulmer, Miss Mary Love, Sponsor, Ross Garrett, Elizabeth Chal- ker. J. D. Jimerson. Doris Westmoreland. Second Row: Bertie Koonce, Odel Redden, Grace Thomas, Jean Parmelly, Gene Hunt, Willie Ann Garrett, Gaynell Hughes. Third Row: Marjorie Daniels. Geraldine Garner, Joy Upton, Evelyn Harvin, Crystelle Wilson. Lavonia Adams. EIGHTH GRADE First Roll): Melvin Shofner, L. J. Belser, Gordon Thomson, Joseph Upton, Mildred Cariker, Willie Jo Feazell, Murrel Harrison. Second Roiu: Ray Winston Goens, Bruce Blake, Garrel Westmoreland, Bob Turner, James Trimble, Guy Blair, Claude Rogers. Third Roiv: Magalene Bridwell. Betty Rose Gintz, Betty Zou Sisco, Robbie Owens, Arlene Wyatt. Ada Marie Williams, Zirkle Muckleroy, Anne McClary. Fourth Roiv: Bernice Koonce, Frances Ford, Josephine Ross, Barbara Perkins, Maudess Feazell. Mary Lou Beard, Ruby Mae Battle. The Gay Co-Eds Junior-Senior Play ' 35 GIRLS GLEE CLUB MISS ALEENE MAHONEY-Dir jotor , ALINE CUNINGHAM-Aocompani st , GAYNELL HUGHES, FLORENE JOKES. MOZELLE tERSS, JEANE PARMELLY, MAGDALENE BRIDWELL, ADA MAR IE ' WILLIAMS, FRANCES FORD . ROBBIE OWENS JOY UPTON, MARY LOU BEARD, ANNE MoCiiARY, CHRISTINE FINNEY JOSEPHINE ROSS, ARLINF. WYATT. BARBARA PERKINS GRACE THOMAS, HAZEL PARMLEY, MAUD RE IE , ROBBIE FARMELLY, BETTY ' zOU SISCO. Sixth and Seventh Grades First, Second, and Third Grades Thurman Kerb, Joe Langston, Jack Rogers, Sterling Covington, Peyton L. Sullivan, Joe " . Dickerson, Fhancile " orrison, Don Langston, Arlene Kilpatrick, J. T. Alders, Mervyn L. Ramsey, Victor B. Fain, Travis Melton, John Lynn Bailey; Erline Smith, Mildred Brazier, Vera Moore, Helen Medford, Louise ' Vyche, Eula Coward, Inez Pedcy, Melba ' . ' . ' h i taker , " argaret Marshman, Thelma Matthews. EDITORIAL STAFF V I CTOR B . FA I N Editor MILDRED BRAZIER Associate Edi-.or Peyton L. Sullivan Assistant Edi.or I NEZ PEDDY Heirs Editor BUSINESS STAFF JOHN LYNN BAILEY Business Manager EULA COWARD Circulation Manager LOUISE 7 YCHE Circulation Assistant V I Ctor B . Fa i N Editor John Lynn b a i ley Business Manager STONE FCRT STAFF Margaret Gaston, Thelma Matt ews, Bill Hanks, Ruthuary Price, Don Langston Mary Landon Blount, Charles Rose, Gladys Parker, Mildred Brazier, Mervyn L. Ramsey, Margaret Marshman; Katherine Gaston, Arline Kilpatrick, Francile Morrison, Inez Pedcy; Jane Green, Joe Langston, Kathleen Stevens, Griff T. Ross , V. ' i lma ' Vatk ins. Don Langston, Jr. Editor MERVYN L. RAMSEY Business Manager Katherine Gaston classes FRANC I LE f. ' ORR I SON Activities Randolph Cox Art ARLINE KlLPATRICK Features Charles Ross Snapshots WELDON WRIGHT Men ' s Sports RUTHMARY PRICE Warned 3 Sport3 GRIFF TERRY ROSS Demonstration School Don Langston, Jr. Editor Mervyn L. Ramsey Business Manager Don Langston Fanni e C. Davi s Mable Jean Wi ll i a Anne Doris Cole m elba w h i taker LOU I SE Vyche Muriel Coward Franc i le Morr i son John Hanua m i ldred braz i er Earline Smith vera moore Flori ne Nixon Helen Medford Inez Peddy a rl i ne k i lpatr i ck NELLIE BlRDWELL J. T. alders Don Langston President Mildred Brazier — Vice-President Mervyn L. Ramsey Treasurer Eula Co.vard Secretary Margaret Marshman Margie Lock MS Weldon Wright Shirley Perkins Eva Cliburn Thur!.an Kerr Peyton Sullivan Eula Coward Thelha Matthews Jack Rodgers Travis Melton Joe Langston John Lynn Bailey Victor Fa i n Sterli ng Covi ngton Joe Dickerson Mervyn Ramsey Or. and Mrs. t. Ferguson — Sponsors Mary Landon Blount Gerald i he Benqe Avis Cook Eloise Cook S Fanni e C. Davi s Katherine Gasiton Da i sy Mary Gr i bble jj£-s-s ' fE Helen Harris chr i st i ne ha i zl i p Alma Clyde Hood Frances hinds kathryn humphrey Lois hybarger Dorothy Jones Ruth Lewis jimmie jean mangham Lutherine Reeder Alice Reese Clifford Rogers Laverne Rush Sarah Lynn Sanders Claudine Scarborough Mary Sharpe Mary Onei ta Smi th Ruth Smith Helen Shattuck Eleanor Strowbridge Mildred Stone Kathleen Stevens Martha Teets Melba Whi taker www lou 1 se curr i e v i rg i n i a ell i ng ton Francile Morrison loui se v yche Martha J- ' ackechney Mary E. Byrd Katheryn Thomas Mildred Partin Laura Beth Wi lson Verdell Nolan Elizabeth Johnson Jul! a Matthews corrine ?. ' onk este: lene elacksher Maxi ne Mi tchell Polly Anna Langhorne Ed i th Halbert Gen e v i eve Muckleroy Jeannette Bates Mildred Hall Paul i ne Motley Robb ie Willi ams Dorothy Newberry Mary Sharpe Kathleen Bergman 1 " .Ei Johnson Maxine Johnson Nancy Thompson Span Jor THE " T " ASSOCIATION FIRST RCW: Vestal Ramsey, EWIL Hanioak, Don L. Hough, Levis Hurst, Travis BUSH, Jack Porter. SECOND ROW: Stacy Colwell, Lamar Roquemore, Talmadge Jones, Eugene Barwick, Jack Crawford, Guy Honeycutt, John Lynn Bailey. THIRD ROW; Lloyd Hawkins, Turner Mills, L. T. Halbert, Beei.:an Justice, Coy Colv ell, Lawrence Hough, Robert Lowrance. FOURTH ROW: Lee Parmley, Langford Warren, Ellis Gaston, Leroy McPhail, Joe West, Foy Wagstaff, Horace Gi LLESPI E. NOT IN PICTURE: Guy ! ' assey, Alton Clayton, Paul Irick, Moss Crenshaw, Clemon Dillen. jchn Lynn Bailey President ELLIS GASTON Vice-President Jack Crawford Seo ' y-Treasurex The " T " Association is composed of men in school who have earned a letter in any branch of varsity athletics. Its purpose is to develop a greater interest in athletics at s. f. a. and a better b r a ' d of sports ' . ' anshi p in inter-collegiate athletics, its activities for the year are climaxed with an annual 3anquet. -THE JTAWtf E our- 1935-36 O f ictf John L-jn - 9tesi i«.Txt- Henr Scnmid ' t - ■S«.ct«Aaf;j-Tfe io , H ' E-Mts. Gju tph - Sgt - - CVf ms TlpKou; - La.ut»T eWougl , M»n Pretty %» 1 " f d».mj, Fri«j Mutklero , Ejugtne ' fces fi«iJ«Jl, Vj4.ma.f ( lole. R«c m«tt, S koh. ( " ge n (Moulin Pttrc. fcvrk a.mss ' j, Uii iA,m ttooner A Motruni, Rot»rt Gf n , UMktr ?ete " bJhi te, C4.nd -Vio " ? a,l t H.L Cnd.pm n, R VpK CrtujifarA, 3rd.RoU - TtMis CUIton, Turner CV U , Dictos $i r , L.T. filbert, Yet e Hamilton, 2nd. Rou _ tW fl.f Xl) m ,dt ( L.ILrA ' Uhnpy CI omsor,, j. L. R -U s, tll.S 6«bU " GaStol, ' Ernest fighi, fari, Ja»C k Rooit«r Porttr, Ta,i TuJorii . front (fnui — f iu io ( l rtin, Trims Ku , DonL. Goa.t H©ug i, Jimtnte l{jro. Ul Jaint , PINEY WDDD5 5PDRT5 ASSOCIATION... COUNCIL HfHBERS M Ktve Mitchell tiex ftJdji Ola Latte THE CHORAL CLUB MISS IDA PRITCHETT Director FRANK CABINESS President MRS. C. C. MAXEY 1st Tioe-Presidsnt ARTHUR PaRTIN 2nd Vice-President MARIE Co KC R ■ — Seer 2 tary— Trea surer E) LIS GASTON Chairman, Social Coaunittee The Choral Club, an organization of 110 voices, has contributed its share to cai pus activities. i t s p ' irpose is to develop talent in voice, to create an appreciation for the best music, and to provide entertainment for special occasions. ORPHEAS CLUB MADRIGAL CLUB 1st. Tenor: 2nd. Tenor: 1st. Bass 2nd. bass Robert Jiwmerson Jack Pennington Granv i lle Hobson Arthur Part i n Peyton L. Sullivan Marvin Hallmark Harold Boyett Jack Rogers Henry Frederick, Jr. Frank Cab i ness Joe Minton Soprano : Helen Qrider Ruby Lloyd Thelma Matthews Lou i se Curb i e Alto : Edith Halbert Marie Coker Kathryn Maxey Ruby Hyden And members of the Orpheas Club CLARINETS Jack Pennington, John Arthur Seale, Genevieve Muckleroy, Horold Wisely, Nancy Thaggard, Rhoberta Nowlin, Louise Wilkins, Joseph Johnson, Howard Johnson, Buck Burgess. SAXOPHONES Charles Blanton, Edwin Martin, N. G. Bright. FLUTE Bas i l Barbel . OBOE Rollan Lowery. ALTCS Robert Reed, Gladys Burrows, Lynn Hanna, James Payne, CORNETS Fletcher Garner, Buron Thomas, Edwin Moorman, Ruthmary Price, Henry Arthur Spies, Alvin Thaggard, Marion Parker. BARITONES J. v . Mitchell, Thomas Mitchell, Orland Shofner. TROMBONES S ' .VEAR I NGEN NOWLIN, LIONEL RAMSEY, JAMES CAMPBELL, HURDE MANNING. BASSES RUFUS HENDERSON, ORB I E BONE, WILLIE PERRITTE, EUGENE BURROWS. DRUMS Melvin Ramsey, ' .Vilton Cox, Bob Whitbread. MR. J. T. Cox Conductor Hazel Walters Drum Major ROW : SWEAR IN GEN NOWLIN, GENE BURROWS, FLETCHER GARNER WILTON COX, BURON THOMAS rRO " T ROW : JACK PENNING TON , ROLLAN LOWXRY, JOHN ARTHUR SEALE, EDWIN MOORMAN, JACK ROGERS JRON THOMAS AND HIS ROYAL AUSTONIAHS Aside from playing for all-colloge dances of the yea.r, the Royal Austonians are popular throughout East Texas, haying playei at the famed Cooper Club, and being the first orchestra to broadcast from the new studios of KXY2 in Houston. Much of the sucoess of the boys is due to the untiring efforts of Buron Thomas, whose natural ability as a director and leader has accomplished great results Whether the dance is to the poignant strains of a waits or the lilting melody of a fox- trot, their music is always to be desired. OFFICERS ro;; IjA ' . ' gstoh President kateereis gaston Vice-Pres . MR. J. H. WISELY §£°2f2£ MISS MILDRED WYATT bponsor dr. w. a. brown Sponsor ACTIVE MEMBERS LXLLJE BELL, KATERYK CHAMBERS CATHERINE GASTON, MARY EE LEE GRIDES, JTMMIE JAMES, DON LANGSTON, JAMES LANCSTON, JOE LANG ST ON, MARTHA MACKECB HEY, INEZ PEDDY, W I LET A SHAW, EARLINE SMITH, JOENIE LOU WEATHERLY, MAUD WHITE, MARY BELLE WHITTON. HISTORY The A. W. Bird-well Chapter of the Alpha Chi Scholarship Society was founded for the pur- pose of fostering and encourag- ing hither ideals of scholarship and character. The meaning, truth and character, is embodied in the term Alpha Chi. This year, for the f ' .rst tine in its history, the Scholar- ship Society entertained those Freshmen an Sophomores who made the honor roll the first term. Don Langston, Ellis Gaston, Ernest Ford, Katherine Gaston, Arline Kilpatrick, Sarah Lynn Sanders, Vera Walters, garth Bates; joe Dickerson, vestal Ramsey, Don Hough, John Lynn Bailey, Ruthmary Price, Mildred Brazier, thurman Kerr, Novis Floyd; Mary Sharp, Helen Shattuck, Laura heth Wilson, Louise V yche, Margie Lock, Inez Peddy, Faye R i ddl espergf.r, Maxine Mitchell. COLLEGE COMW ' SSI ON According to its constitution, the College Commission was founded " to carry forward a positive, cooperative, and integrative program to promote better relations between men and women on the campus, to encourage more fellowship and understanding between students and members of the faculty, and better to induct freshmen it to the best that the college has to offer them. The inception of the Commission dates to October 2, 1 935 j when at a banquet honoring " rs. ' " ildred " organ a committee was appointed to prepare plats for a federation of students and faculty members designed to work out the program set forth in the preamble above. the president of the student body became chairman of the commission, and delegates were apportioned as follows; one man a - ' d one woman f rom each class and from each orga ' j i zat i on having both men and women as members; one delegate from eve=y other organization; and seven delegates a p po i i ted from the faculty by the president of t h e college. regular meetings were held once monthly . During the year its numerous research committees have made detailed reports upon and recommendations for the solution of m any campus problems . Administrative committees have done much toward the coordination of student enthusiasm at athletic events, solution of the parking problem, entertainment of visiting athletic teams, modification of traditional rules and mores, and progressive methods in the selection of student officers. ELLEN H. RICHARD ! 3 CLUB johhik Lor weatherl MRS. BOBBIE VICEERY BESSIE T. CROSSLAND FAYE RIDDLESPERGER HAZEL SCARBOROUGH JEFFIE MAE BOYETT MARY McRAE CORRIE LOVE HELEN SMITH WILETA SHAW CECIL Mo CAM K MERLE DAN 11 L LOIS CARIKER NOTICE FLOYD MRS. BOYETTE GENEVA HOGAN LAVADi WOODS VERA WALTERS MARTHA JETER EDNA WILTTJI- ARLENE JOHN SO;; MIX A 3EL SHAW MAX INS SHELLEY ELIZABETH JOHNSON EVON Mo LS: MORE SARAH FLEMING FLORENCE HOLTON TOM CRAWFORD MERLEHE McLEMORE MADALINE PARML3Y MARTHA F2A3ELL RDTH CONSFORD SHIRLEY PERJCIN3 .TOE W. DICKERSON Pres ident EILEEN HEAT ON 2nd Vice Pres. ALICE REESE 3rd Viae Pres. -r- MARY H. GRIDER Pianist MYRTLE WHITE S.S. Rep. CATHERINE CHAMBERS 7. W. A. Rep. MISS HINiS Faoul ty Rep. WELD ON WRIGHT Treasurer MISS OX SHEER Sponsor The B. S. U. Council, oomposed of volunteer Baptist students of the college, is the toediura between the college and the local church. It is active in religious irork, offering an interesting program and giving an earnest appeal to all students to participate in each church activity. t2V. BONNIE GRIMES Pastor ROSALINE POWER 1st Vice Pres. REBA BOLTCN 4th Vice Prea„ MARGIE LOCK Chorister REBA THORNTON B.T.U. Rep. Y.M.C.A. Y.W.C.A. Don Lanqston Inez Peddy Co-Pre siden t s Weldon Wright Wileta Shaw Co-Vice Presidents Joe Lanqston Ruthmary Price Co- Score tarie 3 Thurmam Kerr Mina Bell Shaw Co-Treaa urers SPONSORS Savannah Cross Eli zabeth Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Rubal Woore We unite in the desire to live a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of god. we determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. |n this task tte seek to understand jesus and to follow him. The local Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A- is one of six hundred in colleges of the united states of america. It is affiliated with the World Student Christian Federation whioh includes three hundred thousand students in twenty- three countries. INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE The debating season -of 1935-36 opened with three experienced intercollegiate speakers in the ranks of the candidates for positions on the teams to represent the college. joe v7 • dl ckerson of rockland and Everett Page of Carthage were lealinq men on the teams of ' 33k--3S; Don Langston began his t-mrd year of varsity debating. In the first tryouts these men ranked in the reverse of the order named. Kenneth Kennedy placed fourth, and held his rank throughout the season. Although the teams were not able to advance far in the tournaments at Waco, January 30-31) or Conway, February 13- lit., they gave good accounts of themselves, winning more than fifty per cent of the debates in which they participated. At the Natchitoches tournament, February 28-29, Page and Kennedy tied for third place, being eliminated by a close vote in the semi-finals. Harlon Martin and Kenry Frederick attended this tournament as the third team. Bobby Howard, who in the illness of Kennedy debated as Dickerson ' s Colleague at Conway, and Lloyd Woods entered the " conso- lation " rounds. Whjle en route to Conway the teams stopped at Mena, Arkansas, to debate the labor question with representatives of Commonwe alth College there. The season was brought to a close with participation in the contests at the National Convention of Pi Kappa Delta at Houston, March 30 to April 3 . Everett Page served as president of Texas Mu, the local chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, during the year. Joe W. Dickerson was vice-president and Dr. T. E. Ferguson was secretary. FeTgarlind forensic Oub John Arthur Seale, Thurman Kerr, Bob Howard, Kenneth Kennedy, Henry Frederick, Harold Seamons, Ben Baugh, Charles Ross, Lloyd Woods, Billy Joe Irwin, Everett Page (Serqeant-at-arms) , Joe Langston (Secretary), Jce Dickerson (Vice-President), Don Langston (Pres i dent) . The Staff wishes to express its appreciation to the following people who have gladly co-operated in giving valuable assistance during the preparation of THE STONE FORT: A v. n i e T . Browning Helen Ruth Buchannon Sam wye Coleman Merle Coward Randolph Cox Ernest Ford Ruby Nell Ivey Ola Lane HELEN MEDFORD Trav i s Melton Alice Jane Thompson Eugene V eatherly Weldon Wright Dr. W. T. Chambers Dr. T. E. Ferguson Mr. L. C. Harling Miss Thelma Jagoe SHELTOK When the doors of Stephen F. Austin -were opened, the administration aav the need for a oapable and efficient athletic director and coach. After much deliberation, R. H. SHELTOH, who had made an enviable record at Southwest Texa3, was selected. When he came here it was his duty to coach all sports, but because of so many duties he was forced to give up football. Sinoe then his basketball teams have ?nade a record that any sohool should be proud of. Tor the past five years his oage teams have won the hone Star Con- ference championship and gained for the school muoh invaluable publicity. He also coaches traok. Coaoh " Bob " is a tireless worker, a lover of clean sports, and a gentleman. For the past seven years it has been the unpleasant and difficult task of Coaoh WHITE to build a football team out of mediocre, untried material. Most of the boys oome to Stephen F. Austin without the asset of having had experience in high sohool. And upon no occasion has he failed to turn out a sorapping eleven. The 1935 edition of the purple and white was hampered by several injuries during the e«rly season but really came into its own later. Only one conference game was lost and the first Lumberjack team was oo— champion of the conference along with East Tox ' -s and Denton. Several of the mainstays of 193 3 will be lost by graduation, but Coaoh White will have a formidable eleven in " 36 without a doubt. MR. DOSSEY is coach of freshman athletios football, basketball, and track. It is his responsibility to prepare oarefully the first-year men for future varsity competition. With his thorough knowledge of athletios and his winning personality, Coaoh Dos3ey has not only won the esteem of all athletes, but of all students who have come in contact wijth him. For the first time sinoe he oame here, Coach White was furnished with an assistant- — PERCY BURX. Mr. Burk had won his spurs as a football player at Rioe Institute, and he came here highly reooranended. He was made line ooaoh under Mr. White, but also had charge of intramural sport3 and gave Mr. Shelton muoh assistance in molding his trackster3. A thorough student of athletics, a tireless worker, and a gentle-nan. Coach Burk has already made a name for himself in Stephen F. Austin. Co-Chanipimis o% he ipue Star Couietetico, BACK R0.7: Coach White, Gaston, Schillings, Ramsey, Birdwell, Honeycutt, Warren, Porter, Hawkins, McPhail, Line-Coach Burk. CENTER ROWiShanks, Halbert, Sitton, Hurst, Wagstaff, Maberry, West, LOWRANCE, ROQUEMORE. FRONT ROW: Dominy, Little, Bailey, Bush, Mills, Freeze, Hough, McGee, Barwi ck. 1935 SEASON The 1935 football season was one of the most hectic campaigns ever waged by the purple and white. it was a season filled with thrilling up- sets and bitter disappointments from start to finish, and was one of the most c l s e l y— covttisted conference races ever to be played on the lone star gridirons. the end of that race saw. the lumberjacks tied with commerce and Denton for loop honors. For the first time in history, Stephen F. Austin had finished at the top. Thirty five men answered the call for training on September 10. Coaches White and Burk had assembled together one of the most likely- looking squads since the beginning of the school, and it was not long before it became evident that there was a championship team in the making. the team was composed mostly of juniors and seniors with a few untried sophomore to fill in the gaps of last season. for their initial encounter, the axemen were called on to play the texas aggies on september 21 at kyle field. that sunny saturday after- Htuhtxi " Sac k attack moves c oalvfarA noon saw an inspired jack eleven hold those big bruising aggies for three sultry quarters, trailing them only 12 to 6 until the last period. in the final stanza the boys wilted and the cadets scampered up and down the field to roll up a final 37 to 6 score. During the closing minutes of play, Lee Parmley, sterling wingman, received a fractured vertebra, an injury that ended his gridiron CAREER. The Southwest Louisiana Institute Bulldogs from Lafayette came to town on friday night, september 27, and beat out the Lumbermfn in a listless 6 to battle on Birdwell Field. Lawerence Hough, brilliant sophomore tackle, received a chipped vertebra in the skirmish and was put on the shelf for the rest of the season. This was the second of two major tough breaks that cast a chilling gloom over the Lumberjack camp. The East Texas Lions from Commerce, defending champions of thf Lone Star Conferfnce, in " adeo the front on October !(.. With eight Jack regulars on the sidelines and in the hospitals with injuries fV«? e «Wte fleafUt left end W 20 yards G tt the lions blasted out an 18 to 6 decision. a week later in san marcos, the woodsmen snapped out of the doldrums and administered a startling but sound licking to the Southwest Texas Bobcats to the tune of 14 to 0. It was the first time that the Jacks had ever beaten the San Marcos eleven and their first conference win for the season. On the following Friday night, October 18, the Lumbermen journeyed to pineville, louisiana, and dropped a rough-and- tumble 6 to affair to the louisiana college wildcats. Conference warfare was resumed when Jack Sisco and his high-flying north texas eagles swooped down on b i rdwell field on October 25. Exhibiting some of the form expected of them but somehow lacking thus far into the season, the jacks defeated the injured eagles in a thrilling 9 to 7 battle. The Austin College Kangaroos made their initial debut on blrdwell field friday night, November 1. In a game marred with penalties, the Kangaroos steam-rolled their way to a 25 to 12 decision over the Lumberjacks. The hurple and White gridders kicked over the dope basket on november 8 when they out- classed and out-scored the louisiana normal Demons at Natchitoches in a great 13 to 6 game. after a week of rest, during which coach White was priming his charges diligently for their annual grudge battle with the bearkats of Sam HoustoM, the Axemen were ready for the final tilt of the season. with hundreds of ex— students in the stands on homecoming day, and an en- THUSIASTIC crowd of Jack supporter;; io cheer the fray, the Lumbermen ripped the Bearkat line to shreds, and galloped to a 33 to VICTORY. Utile ftcexe yratices through Hot touchdown 1935 SEASON Lumberjacks 6 Texas A. M . 3 I Lumberjacks S. L. I . Lumberjacks 6 East Texas 18 Lumb En jacks Ik Southwest Texas Lumberjacks La. College 6 Lumberjacks 5 North Texas 7 Lumberjacks 12 Austin College 2 l Lumb e rj acki 13 La. Normal Lumberjack; 33 Sam Houston 19 % SCHEDULE Sept . 26 John Tarleton Here OCT . 2 East Texas There OCT. c 7 Southwest Texas HERE OCT . 16 North Texas There OCT , 23 Lon Morri s Here OCT . 30 Lamar Collegl There Nov . 6 Louisiana Normal Here No v . 13 North Texas A M. Here Nov . 20 Sam Houston There Schillings BACK ROW : COLEMAN, DORMAJI , MYERS, HALEY, COOK, VERMILLION, FARK2R, COOPS?., WALLACE, MoCLHfG, ASH3Y, Coach DCSSEY. FRONT ROW: SKINNER, RUNNELS, BAKER, KOLLEMAN, MoELROY, AXLSY, JIMMERSCJ, CLARKE, HAWKINS. 193 °5 SEASON The Junior Jaoks of 193 1 ) were a powerful aggregation that will f uruish the varsity team with ample material for a strong squad. Abo it tweacy-iive men reported for practice to Coach Dossey, and he was confronted with the task of building a winning team out of inexperienced material. Some of the boys had been high school stars, howevc, and with these as a nuoleus ne shaped a fre3hman powerho-se of :io mean ability. Some of these outstanding performers for the Fish were SKEJNER, MYERS, COLEMAN, RUNN3L3, JUfllKBSON, BAKER, HALEY, and McCLUNG. RES " ' LfS Freshmen Fre shjien Fresiuaen Fre shmen Fre shmen 15 7 34 73 New London High 6 East Texas Fi3h 18 JacksoriTiile Baptist 6 Hemphill High Sam Houston Fish 14 Lane Star Gtifetferice CHAMPIONS FtfHt Comcct tfe Me c FRONT ROW: Hanicak, Sitton, C. Coly ell, Crenshaw, Crawford, Clayton. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Shelton, Ed Hanicak, Tompkins, Jones, S. Colwell, I r i ck . BACK ROW: Hawkins, Wagstaff, Honeycutt, Massey, Ramsey. C. COLWELL HAWKINS S. COLWELL JONES LONE STAB COKFERENCiC STANDING G.P. W. L. Pot. a 7 1 .875 8 1 .875 Southwest Texas - — 8 3 5 .37b Sorth Texas— 8 2 6 .250 3 1 7 .125 teams. Nevertheless, Coach Shelton faced the task with confidence and worked hard Moss GcensKaur BASKETBALL 1935- «:g There is little doubt that the Lumber jacks of 1935— ' 36 deserve to be ranked among the greatest bas- ketball teams in the history of the school. It oan be truthfully said that they made one of the most notable records of all Lumber jaok cage teams, and they rank among the beat in the entire Southwest. When Coach Shelton issued the call for praotioe, only two of the mainstays of the champions ' -iip team of 1935 reported for duty. They were MOSS CRENSHAW, forward, and SMIL KANICAfC, senior guard. Railbirds were a bit skeptical as to whether the 1936 edition of the Lumber- jacks would oonfor.-n to the standard as based upon their reoord of foul " consecutive championship along with the hoys throughout the fall. Aa a result, he was re- warded for his efforts when the Lumbermen downed the poworfui. East Texas Lions in Aikman gym on February ?6 to gain a tie for the Lone Star Conference flag. Previously, the Lions had administered the only conference setbaok to the Axeraon at Commerce. It marked the fifth consecutive tine that Shelton-ooaohed teams have monopolized the upper berth in the conference. Of the twenty-two games played during the entire season, only three were lost, whioh is an enviable re- cord when the competition consist. " of the oream of Southwest oago teams, Guy Massey and Alton Clayton, brilliant sophomores, and Stacy Colwell teamed with Hanicak and Creasha to make the starting five. POST SEASON GAMES J Shortly before the end of the season, Coach Shelton received an invitation to participate ia the Olympio try-outs to be held in Houston. He acoept d, and a benefit game with the Hunt Oilers, a semi- professional team from Overton, was arranged. On March 7, the Oilers, dotted with ail-American talent. Invaded the Lumbermen ' s ca p and were handol a sting- ing 45 to 39 defeat by a orippled purple and white sooring machine. On March 13, the Axemen departed for the Bayou City and the Olympic try-outs. Four teams were entered ia the meet} Tex s tTni ' rer si i y, Arksn3- s University, Rioe Institute, and Stephen F. Austin After a stirring battle with the feathered five of Hioe, the Woodsmen eked out. a 49 to 48 win. Arkansas eliminated Texas and it fell the assignment of the Lumbermen to tangle with the elongated Hogs in the final game. The next night the ' Jaoks p it up a stubborn battle during the first half, but the rangy Porkers, led by H. L. Poole, drew away from the purple and white in the final half to carry off a 54 .to 23 verdict. The olassy Poole banged the raosh s from all distancss and angles to score 24 points, whioh was the dociding factor of the fray. Thu3 ended an- other 3ucoessful Lumberjack o .ge cam- paign. ALL- SEASO I RECORD S.F.i. 44, J ' villa Baptist 32 S.F.A. - t North Texas 21 s.f.a. 40, Baylo r 31 S.F.A. 41, Jlan Houston 22 S.F.A. Baylor 42 S.F.A. 45 Centenary 37 S.F.A. 30, West Texas 24 S.F.A. 50, North Tex.s 22 S.F.A. 46, CI son ' s Swede s S.F.A. 32, La. Normal 51 S.F.A. 36, Olson 1 s Swede s 43 S.F.A. 37, East Texas 27 s.f.a. 40, J ' viile Baptist 30 S.F.A. 29 San Maroos 28 S.F.A. 37 Hard in- Simmons 33 S.F.A. 38, Sam Houston 22 S.F.A.. 64, La. Normal 46 S.F.A. 45, Hunt 0iler3 39 S.F.A. 46, San Maroo3 31 S.F.A. 49, Rice 48 S.F.A. East Texas 35 S.F.A. Arkansas 54 Freshman Basketball IN PICTURE: PR A. JO, BROOKS. WILLI Fre shmen Fre shraen Freshmen Freshmen Freahmen Fre shmen Freshmen Fr e somen Freshmen Fre shmen 19 32 30 25 26 38 43 38 33 37 L93S SEASON Kilgor Huntington Hunt ington Cushing Cushing Huntsville Fish Cushing Cushing I acogdoches High 18 52 60 23 35 29 38 43 32 32 [ r Ton 6, Lost 4, Percentage .600 3 score per game— —Fre shmen 33, Opponents 36. Track FRONT ROW: PICIARD, DOMIHY, FORD 9 CRAWFORD, RAWLS BUSH BACK ROW ! BARWICK, MoPHAIL, SEAMONS, PORTER, WARRPN, HURST, MA flERRY KOT IK PICUTREs GARNER , WEST, WILLIAMS, HONEYCUT1 1 . The prospect for the 1936 traok squad was very disappointing at the beginning of the sea- son. Not a letterman froia last season had reported, and the sixteen men who did report w«r« sophomores and untried squadmsa. One of the reasons, possibly, that keeps our traok squad of the medioore type is because of the poor faoil.ities. Perhaps next year the oondifcion trill be remedied, and much larger squad3 can be aooomodated along irith the possibility of having traok meets here at Naoogioob.es, The men expected to break the tape and shine in the field erents are LANGFORD WARREN, brilliant sophomore star in the dashes and 440-yard run} JACK PORTER, hurdles; .jeROY MoPHAIL, weights and javelin-throv. ' j HAROLD SEAMONS, da3;es; FLETCHER GAR HER , middle distanoesj JOE WEST, 440-yard run; ana J. B. HURST, dashes. Other men in reserve include ERNEST FORD, dashesj TRAVIS BU3H, dashesj PAUL PICKAHO, 880-yard run and mile} RALPH CRAWFORD, pole-vault; S. L. SAWLS, high- jump; SEED DOMINY, dashesj EUGENE BARWICK, high-jump; and REGINALD MABERRiT, mile and two mile runs. WARREN SEAMCHS McPHAIL At Fort forth on March 21, barren, the flash from Book-villa, netted third plaoe in the 100— yard dash, outrunning all the competition in this oonforenoe. He also orossei the finish line seoond in the 440-yard run. The turns ware too sharp for the lanky one to round at his customary speed, and saaothfir participant in the race passed him. Coaoh Shelton is expeoting another man of the " Bob Phillips " type in Warren before his college days are ovar. MoPhail and Porter failed to plaoe in the meet. 19 6 TRACK SCODCIiE Maroh 21, fat Stock Show meet at Tort Worth March 28, Texas Relays at Austin April 4, S.L.I, Relays 3t Lafayette April 7, Dual meet with Sam Housto-i at Huatsrille April 11, Quadrangular neet vrith San Houston , North Texas, and East Texas at Hunt sville April 13, Triangular meet with East Texas and Sam Houston at Commerce April 25, Bual meet with Louisiana Nonaal at Natchit oohe s May 9, Lone Star Conference meet at San Marcos Only six men answered Coaoh White ' s oall for tennis practice at the beginning of the net season. The Jack raoquet-wielders were very fortunate in getting started early on the grind at the City water Works ' Courts, un- hampered by the poor condition of the college facilities. Intrn— squad competition for first-place berths was very keen early in Maroh. Lamar Roqueraore, veteran of two seasons and ranking number two player in 1935, and Clemen Dillen, letterman of last season and number three player, were pushing for the number one position John Wesley Mo- Neil and Lawrenoe Rulfs went through the season at the other two positions. Alton Clayton and Swearingen Nowlln showed much promise of becoming threats to the leaders, however, and saw service before the season was closed. Intramural Basketball RO»|L DUKES Di!2etn Bailey f McNeil " Richardson Kerr Jr. Celtics Royal Dukes Pettey House Jimmerson Gems Sawyers Woodsmen Lost 1 2 2 4 5 JIMMERSON Tp GEMS Frederick Riders Green timrnersort t Steele The Champions WOODSMEN floss Bane •fVckard frui Wocds JUNIOR CELTICS Barutick " Rocyicmofe •Portef Hou h Mills CrerrehaW Intramural Basketball was organized for the purpose of giving boys a chance to participate in athletics who otherwise would not have a chance to do so. the six teams entered in the race created an enthusiasm that was felt over the entire school. The Junior Celtics won the pennant by a hair ' s breadth from the gangling Royal Dukes. Coach Burk is to be commended greatly for his efforts with the league and his policies of fine sportsmanshi p. COACH PERCY BURK PETTY HOUSE Blakenet Ca ' ssitij Pat Hamilton ffcte Hamilton CO-ED RECREATION Co-winners Club Basketba ll PP(fitl.iiJM owls ilppfi Winners | of n Volle oH Class Toume FROGS —Class Basketball Champions JJJJJIT Featured in their Favorite Sports Hazel N alters Beautiful Senior Moss Crenshaw Handsome junior Janie Green Sophomore ar Don L. Hough fopular Senior Kathleen Lacij All Around Sophomore Senior Victor B. Fain All AxounA COM.HCK Un t-t-tfo t-t-tratl af- a-a-ri-iittcthet " P-P-P rc ,p. Fnat-laa B and W«J tree i |Wfi{ thij cLttd. reduced to an express; itm of . L naWat in-, clitiettitm (f)-h-h,tte rpveg njf llig ih ' f Witt ikft greatest of ease he tWitin i-]tnJTi£| -tttari Dai iW flijinpj tvappze F e £ at- jester I f ifVmti the ust Wk «t that lWb ]I DIP INTO THE FUTURE The Camps Course HonorKoll Onll£ those- makme onc|.ree With 1 hese Pboto fdph Iff II % I1KT5 Hacogi OUR ADVERTISERS s=n □ c=o Read carefully the following pages, and if you are grateful for the thirteen years support the Nacogdoches people have given THE STONE FORT SAY IT WITH TRADE! Tke C entenniaJ Lommencement Marks A notker Year On Tke Record of Service of The College Coffee Skov To the members of the graduating class of 1936 " The College Lunch-Room " extends its congratulations. Its Management has appreciated its many opportunities to serve them either as regular or occasional guests. To students who will return next year and to new students it ex- tends its invitation to enjoy the good food and splendid service which it offers at prices as low as average boarding rates. c=n □ c=o We Deliver Phone 150 COLLEGE PHARMACY North Street Phone 8 1 1 We Deliver Always Ready to Serve You REESE BEAUTY SHOP Efficient and Courteous Operators " Visit us and be satisfied " 405 Hospital St. Phone 429 MIZE BROS. Headquarters for college students We can supply your needs in the newest things out at reasonable prices. Always showing the latest out in — Ladies Ready to ear Dry Goods JVjLillmery Moving and Storage BONDED TRUCKS MONZINGO SONS - Phone 89 - SALES SERVICE CHEVROLET Beauty — Durability — Dependability ECONOMY Road Service — Wrecker Service Phone 182 Real Used Car Values 7 ' op Quality — Bottom Prices BEN. T. WILSON CHEVROLET CO. On the Square RED BALL MOTOR FREIGHT LINES Direct Overnight Serv ' ce from Shreveport, Houston. Beaumont, and Intermediate Points to Your Door. Reliable connections for overnight ssrvice from Dallas. F. S. ROOK AGENT Phone 376 Greetings Students - - - NACOGDOCHES Chamber of Commerce AIRLINE MOTOR COACHES, INC. 0=3 □ t=S Serving South and East Texas De Luxe Buses Careful and Dependable Drivers While your teachers are busy remolding and shaping your lives for more useful service, we are busy installing better buses for your comfort while riding on our lines PHONE 668 NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS New in Nacogdoches Old in Support of the College T. L. BLACKSHER Everything in Dry Goods Special Attention to the Clothing Needs of Students and Faculty Compliments of ■ J.C. PENNEY CO. (INCORPORATED) LJperating rirteen nunareu otores Serving Millions of Students Compliments of SWIFT BROS. SMITH, INC. ! The Downtown College Drug Store Phones 56 and 57 Womens Wear of Distinction Infants ' Wear - : : - Women ' s Shoes Novelties PCHMIDTf O Smart ShoppeO Distinctive Apparel For Women — and — Fashionable Footwear FOR TWELVE YEARS Your Dependable DODGE and PLYMOUTH DEALER H. R. MAST Phone 194 ' For over 35 years the name of this institution has stood for all that is substantial and dependable in FINANCIAL AFFAIRS in East TEXAS COMMERCIAL STATE BANK Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE STONE FORT NATIONAL BANK NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS Since 1903 Capital. Surplus, and Undivided Profits $240,000.00 Total Resources $1,800,000.00 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Wlien You want a duplicate of any photograph in this book, write to SCHLUETER ' S STUDIO The College Photographer NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS We Made Them FROST LUMBER INDUSTRIES Incorporated OF TEXAS Better Lumber lor Better Homes NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS IN EAST TEXAS — It ' s THE LUMBERJACKS and DAIRYLAND ICE CREAM NACOGDOCHES ICE CREAM COMPANY " Dairyland Products Help Build East Texas " Greetings to the Graduates of 1936 UNITED GAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TEXAS FARM PRODUCTS COMPANY Manufacturers of LONE STAR BRAND Dairy and Sweet Feeds Poultry Feeds Corn Meal Grain Products Fertilizer Field Seeds ICE S AIR REFRIGERATION WARD f c E REFRIGERATION SOUTHERN ICE COMPANY, Inc. " Prompt, Friendly Service " 19 Phone 19 Our Hats Are Off to This Year ' s Teams I We Will Again Be backing Next Year ' s Teams I CASON, MONK COMPANY " Hardware — Furniture " NAVARRO COX Invite me To Your Next Blow-Out TIRES AND TUBES 81 Phone 81 PERRY ' S TAILOR SHOP 1 1 2 N. Church St. 671— Phone— 671 Cleaning, Pressing, and Altering VALUE YOUR APPEARANCE We Can Help You Look Your Best Our Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant Is Known for Quality Work NACOGDOCHES LUMBER YARD BAN IT A LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING COMPANY PHONE 202 We are just across the street from the courthouse if you ever need BUILDING MATERIALS If you are interested in a gift of any kind come to see us. We have at all times all that is new in watches, diamonds, and fine jewelry. We also have a complete gift department in which you will find the gift you are looking for at the price you want to pay. Our repair department is as complete as you will find, and all our work is absolutely guaranteed. BOWDON ' S Nacogdoches ' Only Exclusive Jewelry Store Phelan ' s Best COFFEE OVEN-FRESH at Your Grocer Wholesale Plumbing Supplies HUNT PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. PHONE 301 J. E. REESE COMPANY Quality Automobiles P O N T I A C 6 s — 8 ' s Low as $795.00 B U I C K 8 ' s Low as $995.00 Delivered Nacogdoches, Texas 3-BEALL BROTHERS -3 10 — Stores Serving East Texas — 10 Let Us Serve You! Quality Merchandise — Right Prices Drink Dr. H. L. S toe Well Optometr ist □ In Sterilized Bottles Phone 82 Special Attention to Students ' Eye Problems Located in Bowdon ' s Jewelry Store 205 Main Phone 303 Nacogdoches, Texas


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