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Show Hide text for 1946 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 166 of the 1946 volume: “ fflL. HP £ t a h e a i t Zdti i [joy Bell jbie • AdiMtarti dil i . . GoA dya MucJzleMUf, Budineid Monacal . . . Billy billen Sp MdM. (luth WdUamd H " Oh future bright ' neath the Purple and White, All hail to S. F. A. ' Mid Texas pines we have found peaceful shrines Where every month is May. Long live our Alma Mater, Honor to thee for aye. As years unfold, happy memories we ' ll hold, All hail to S. F. A. " There were many boys of S.F.A. Who were called upon to fight For something known as the " American Way, " For Freedom and for Right. They left their school and went away, Some never to return — The rest now are coming home to stay, Again in school to learn. For they have won this second war, Just as they won the first. No more obstacles to ruin and mar Their quest for knowledge, their thirst. Their wills were strong, their vision clear, They fought to win the peace With guns and blood and Godly fear, A terribly hard-earned peace! So to all our veterans we pay proud tribute, For Democracy will ever live. To each, and all goes our humble salute, And with thanks for their work we them give — The 19J 5-J 6 STONE FORT " Those who died that peace might reign again ... " TACK D. AGEE; DibcJll, Texas ... _. Army Air Force ALBERT D. BATTISE; Livingston, Texas _ Army OSCAR LLOYD BELSER; San Augustine, Texas Army Air Force HARRY BOLSTER; Baytown, Texas _ _ Army Air Force JAMES BRANTLEY Army Air Force MARVIN KENNETH CRAUSBY; Timpson, Texas Army Air Force HOLLIE M. CUMMINGS; Alto, Texas Army Air Force BILL DAVIDSON; Nacogdoches, Texas Army REED H. DOMINY; Center, Texas Army Air Force ARLIE EDDINS; Shelbyville, Texas L_ Army Air Force JACK FORD; Nacogdoches, Texas Army Air Force M. A. GUNTER; Kosse, Texas Army Air Force JOE B. HARGIS; Martinsville, Texas Marines ROBERT C. HERBERT; Nacogdoches, Texas ... Army Air Force JAMES H. HINDS; Nacogdoches, Texas ... Army ARTHUR E. HORN; Kilgore, Texas _ _ Army Air Force EMMETT M. JACKSON; Nacogdoches, Texas Army CHARLES D. KANNENBERG; Huntington, Texas Army GERALD KERR; Lufkin, Texas Army Air Force JOE MENTON; Lufkin, Texas Army Air Force B. F. MILFORD; Nacogdoches, Texas. Army Air Force THOMAS H. MILLS; Center, Texas Army KENNETH NICHOLSON; Center, Texas Army STEVE H. OATES; Tenaha, Texas ..... Naval Air Corps BILL M. PERKINS; Ft. Worth, Texas Naval Air Corps LESLIE EARL POE; Douglas, Texas Army Air Force JACK POWELL; Shelbyville, Texas _ .....Army JOHN C. ROUNSAVILLE; Alto, Texas Army Air Force M. F. RUSSELL; Nacogdoches, Texas Army Air Force HARRY W. SANFORD; Chireno, Texas Army JOHN M. TIPTON; Nacogdoches, Texas Army MARTIN WAGNER, JR.; Beaumont, Texas Army Air Force VERNON B. WALTERS; Timpson, Texas... Army Air Force ROBERT WARREN; Lufkin, Texas Army DAVID L. WHITLEY; Garrison, Texas Army Air Force HARRY H. WOMACK; Paxton, Texas Army Air Force First building on the Stephen F. Austin campus . . . Home of all the Deans, Registrar and Business Manager ... air filled with combination of French, Spanish, Portugese, and do, re, mi ' s . . . brilliant orations in old auditorium . . . bulletin board with latest notations . . . Social Room with guiet study. Library on third floor and home of teacher-training classes . . . happy voices of training school students echo throughout the day ... art rooms with water color paintings and wood carv- ing .. . books and more books with pleasant librarians and student helpers. Tall and stately as the pines which surround it . . . houses chem- istry, biology, and physics . . . chemistry students love to clutter up the halls and classrooms . . . skeletons in closets . . . cats in formaldehyde . . . sulphuric odor all around. Houses all men ' s physical education class- es .. . basketball court, where athletes shine . . . offices for the coaches. IdJomeu ' d, (lecneailcmal Gente i Gymnasium for women ' s physical ed. classes . . . basketball, table tennis, badminton, and handball in full swing . . . all- college dances,- fun and soapy floors. Vhe Qond eMail Home of toots and jive . . . marches and jazz . . . domain of Mr. Cox, his orchestra and band. Modern brick building where home economics majors spend six weeks each . . . co-eds make cakes and pies, learn art of home- making . . . lovely living room . . . atmosphere of charm. QMd eMail " Hen house " in no uncertain terms . . . girls giggle and gab . . . talk about tonight ' s date . . . telephone number is 1181 and is always busy . . . meals in dining hall . . . courting in the lounge. Home of card games and dominoes . . . loud radios and louder voices . . . recreation room in basement where students frolic. B oand HONORABLE V. A. COLLINS, Presidents Livingston, Texas HONORABLE S. A. KERR, Vice-President Jacksonville, Texas HONORABLE R. L. THOMAS Dallas, Texas HONORABLE MELVIN C. EIDSON Luling, Texas MRS. JOHN KING BERETTA ... _ San Antonio, Texas HONORABLE NEWTON S. HARRELL.... ....Claude, Texas HONORABLE H. L. MILLS _ ... Houston, Texas HONORABLE WALTER WOODUL Houston, Texas HONORABLE WILLIAM L. KERR Midland, Texas HONORABLE H. A. TURNER, Secretary Austin, Texas oi (leaeritb 9 1 Mem iiam With the death of J. H. Wisely, in May, 1945, Stephen F. Austin lost one of its most honored and best loved members. He was Auditor of the College and head ot the Department of Commerce. Dr. Eugene A. Heiman, who served as head of the Depart- ment of Commerce after Mr. Wisely, was killed in an auto- mobile accident in October, 1945. The influence of the character and guidance of these two men will long be felt in the College. JOHN HAROLD WISELY DR. PAUL L. BOYNTON President During these four years of his presidency, Dr. Boynton ' s influence in advancing the ideals of this college to the oncoming generations Jias been great. Whatever our achievements have been, institutionally and individually, all have felt the contact of his personality and progressive spirit. DR. D. D. GILES Dean of the Junior Division The guiding of students in the Junior Division has been the task assigned to Dr. Giles. He has executed the task with under- standing, wisdom and sympathy. MISS MARY THOMSON Dean of Women Although new to the office this year, Miss Thomson served with poise, understand- ing, and sincere good nature. Her guidance of the affairs of women in the college is an inspiration. MR. W. S. CANNON Business Manager and Auditor Mr. Cannon has filled a difficult posi- tion with much wisdom and efficiency. MISS MARY I. LOVE Registrar Miss Love has served during this year with efficiency and kind understanding. Modem lancfuacfe DR. C. F. SHELEY Head of Department MARY THOMSON MARY J. WHITE Not in picture MILDRED WYATT DR. C. H. OSBORNE DR. T. E. FERGUSON Head of Department LOUISE HATHCOCK LOUISVILLE MARSHALL MRS. DOROTHY A. SANDERS Not in picture MARY J. WHITE Not in picture tducatian J. J. WILSON Director of Demonstration School R. R. HARVIN DR. W. R. DAVIS Head of Department MatUematioi R. B. PINSON C. E. FERGUSON Head of Department cience DR. R. H. Adams Head of Department of Biology W. W. DOSSEY R. L. TURNER DR. H. B. HARDT Read of Department of Chemistry R. G. UPTON HASKELL McCLINTOCK and JieaMk S. W. McKEWEN LUCILLE NORTON, Head of Women ' s Physical Education DORA HICKS R. H. SHELTON, Head of Men ' s Physical Education and Hilda DR. W. T. CHAMBERS, Head of Department of Geography DR. ' D. D. GILES, Head of Department of Agriculture HARRY N. HOLMES, Instructor in Bible, not in picture tJlat uf, and W. F. GARNER Head of Department VIRDIAN BARHAM MARY I. LOVE Commence, and Moekdac SUE HILL MRS. C. C. JOHNSON DR. E. A. HEIMANN, Head of Department of Economics DR. J. T. RICHARDSON, Head of Department of Sociology MARSHALL E. ACKER Physical Education Rusk, Texas HENRY STEELE CAMPBELL Education Galveston, Texas ISABELLA GATE WOOD Home Economics Nacogdoches, Texas JOHNNIE FAYE HINES English San Augustine, Texas MARY LOU HOLLINGSWORTH __ Education Nacogdoches, Texas WAYNE P. HOLLINGSWORTH Education Nacogdoches, Texas LENUILL MARTIN Education Nacogdoches, Texas T. L. MARTIN ... ...Biology Apple Springs, Texas ERIC BRYAN MOORE.... .. Economics and Sociology Nacogdoches, Texas LINDON MUDD Pre-Medics Port Neches, Texas CHARLES ARTHUR ' PARTIN Economics Nacogdoches, Texas BOB TRIBBLE ... Choice, Texas Education CLASS OFFICERS President Iva -Powell Vice-President Hodie Spies Sec-Treasurer Sam Thornhill Reporter Imogene Hale Sgt.-at-Arms ----- J°Y Di ® Sponsor Burney E. Howard DORCEY DARRELL BEARD Bullard, Texas B.S., Commerce Austinite, Sec.-Treas., ' 46 Orchestra, ' 46 MARGIE BRYAN New London, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards, Publicity- Chairman, ' 46 Band, ' 42, ' 43 SARAH DANIEL DORN Marshall, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club Treas., ' 45 Lumber jackettes, ' 42, ' 43, ' 45, ' 46 Band, ' 43 Y.W.A., ' 42, ' 43, ' 45 B.S.U. Council, Chorister, ' 46 MARVIS BENNEFIELD San Augustine, Texas B.S. Home Economics Ellen H. Richards, ' 42, ' 43, ' 46 R.S.U., ' 42, ' 43, ' 46 Y.W.A., ' 46 ELEANOR RUTH BROWNING Lufkin, Texas B.S., Math., Biology Lumberjackettes, ' 46 Gibbs Hall Council, Vice-Pres., Women ' s Council, ' 45 Chemistry Club, Pres., ' 46 Texas Academy of Science, ' 45, Pine Log Staff, 45 DOROTHY EAVES Lufkin, Texas B.S., Home Economics Junior Class Sec. ' 45 Press Club ' 44, ' 45 Stone Fort Staff ' 45 Amitie, Historian ' 45 Ellen H. Richards Club, College Com. Rep. ' 45, Sec. ' 46 Choral Club ' 42- 44 ROBBIE LEE COATS Nacogdoches, Texas B.S., Elementary Education Choral Club ' 44- ' 45 Annual Staff, Art Dept. ' 45 JOY BELL DIE Nacogdoches, Texas B.S., Mathematics Sgt.-at-Arms, Senior Class Vice-President, Junior Class The Stone Fort, Editor ' 46 Organizations Editor ' 44 Pine Burrs, President ' 46 Alpha Chi, Sec-Treas. ' 44, Pres. ' 46 Who ' s Who ' 44, ' 46 Director College Orchestra ' 44 The Pine Log ' 42, ' 43, ' 44, ' 46; Band ' 42, ' 43 Austinite Poll. Best Girl Student ' 43, ' 44, Best Politician ' 46 Press Club ' 44,- ' 46; Dramatics Club ' 46 College Commission ' 46 Methodist Student Union ' 46 RUPHELLE FORBIS Longview, Texas B.S., Commerce Amitie ' 46 Lumberjackettes ' 46 Choral Club ' 43 Sophomore Class Reporter ' 44 Gibbs Hall Council, Historian ' 46 W.R.A. ' 43 MAURINE ENER Hemphill, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club, V.-?res. ' 46 Gibbs Hall Council, Sec-Treas. ' 46 B.S.U., Social Chairman ' 44 Choral Club ' 45 COY JOHN KEY Redland, Texas B.A., English, Biology President of the Student Body ' 46 Dramatics Club, President ' 46 Press Club, President ' 45 Pine Log Editor ' 45 Who ' s Who ' 46 Alpha Chi, Secretary ' 46 College Commission, Chairman ' 45- ' 46 1MOGENE HALE Carlisle, Texas B.S., Home Economics Reporter of the Jr. Class ' 45, Sr. Class ' 46 Stone Fort Staff ' 43, ' 46 Who ' s Who, ' 46 Ellen H. Richards Club, Pres. ' 46, Sec. ' 43, Social Chairman ' 42, Program Chairman ' 45, College Com. Rep. ' 46 Press Club ' 43, ' 45 Band Majorette ' 42, ' 43 All-Girl Band ' 42; Lumber jackettes ' 46 Most Popular Girl ' 45 Homecoming Duchess ' 42 Local and State B.S.U. Publicity Chairman ' 43; Y.W.A. ' 42, ' 46 CLARA WOOD JORDAN Nacogdoches, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards ' 42- ' 46 Choral Club ' 44 Woman ' s Council ' 44 FRANKIE LOWREY Price, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club ' 42- ' 46 Austinite Poll, Best Girl Dancer ' 45 PW.R.A. ' 45 ROSE ANN LANGHAM Hemphill, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club ' 43- ' 46 PW.R.A. ' 44 Chemistry Club ' 44 B.S.U. 43-46, Pres. ' 46 College Commission ' 46 ELOISE McGREDE Longview, Texas B.S., Physical Education Choral Club, ' 45 Secretary-Treasurer of Gibbs Hall, ' 45 Gibbs Hall Council, ' 45, ' 46 College Commission, ' 46 Women ' s Recreation Association, ' 45- ' 46 Lumberjackettes, ' 46 Amitie, ' 46 All-Girl Variety Show, ' 45 Press Club, ' 46 Y.W.A., ' 45 IVA JEAN POWELL Brookeland, Texas B.S., Business Administration Who ' s Who, ' 46 President of Senior Class, ' 46 Future Teacher ' s Association, ' 46 Pine Log Staff, ' 45 College Commission, ' 46 ROBBIE LUCILLE McLEROY Douglas, Texas B.S., Commerce Lumberjackettes, ' 46 Program Committee, Gibbs Hall, ' 46 Woman ' s Council, ' 45 PAUL RICHARD PERKINS, JR. Nacogdoches, Texas B.A., History American Red Cross, ' 41, ' 42 Army Enlisted Reserve Corps, ' 42, ' 43 Austinites, ' 43, ' 45, ' 46 Best Boy Politician, ' 45, ' 46 Choral Club, ' 45, ' 46 College Band, ' 41, ' 42 45 46 College Commission, ' 45, ' 46 Pine Log Staff, ' 45, ' 46 Press Club, ' 45, ' 46 Texas Defense Guard, ' 42 JAMES POWELL Shelbyville, Texas B.S., Physical Education Agriculture Agricultural Club, ' 41, ' 42 Loggers, ' 41, ' 42 Sawyers, ' 44 Sec.-Treas. Junior Class, ' 46 Junior Class Favorite, ' 46 Methodist Student Union, ' 46 KATHRINE TIDWELL Nacogdoches, Texas B.S., Home Economics Ellen H. Richards- ' 42- ' 46 Academy of Science ' 45, ' 46 Chemistry Club ' 45 Choral Club ' 44 KATHLEEN REAGAN Carthage, Texas B.A., Chemistry Gibbs Hall Council ' 45 Spanish Club, ' 44 Amitie, Pledge Captain ' 45, ' 46 All-Girl Variety Show ' 44 Stone Fort Staff ' 45 Press Club ' 45 Band ' 44 College Dance Orchestra ' 45 Chemistry Club ' 45 Texas Academy of Science ' 45 Who ' s Who ' 46 GERALDINE KNIGHT REEVES Beaumont, Texas B.A., English The Pine Log, Editor, Summer ' 43 The Pine Log, Editor ' 45, ' 46 The Stone Fort, Faculty Editor ' 46 Alpha Chi, Vice-President ' 46 Who ' s Who ' 46 Methodist Student Union, Vice-Pres Press Club ' 46 All-Girl Band ' 43 Austinite Poll, Girl Most Likely to Succeed ' 46 Lumber jackettes ' 42, ' 43, ' 46 Biology Lab. Instructor ' 42, ' 43, ' 46 ' 46 SAM THORNHILL Nacogdoches, Texas B.S., Physical Education Sawyers, Vice-President ' 46 Chemistry Club ' 45, ' 46 Basketball ' 44- ' 46 Track ' 45 College Commission ' 46 Junior Class Favorite ' 45 Sec.-Treas. Senior Class ' 46 Austinite Poll, Best Dancer ' 45, ' 46 Goodfellow ' 45 ' FORD LEE SPIES Nacogdoches, Texas Bachelor of Business Administration Sawyers, President ' 45 Vice-President. of the Senior Class ' 46 Class Favorite ' 46 HATTIE HAMILL WILFONG Nacogdoches, Texas B.A., Sociology LOUISE WILLIAMS Hemphill, Texas B.A., Biology Y.M.Y.W.C.A., ' 42. ' 43 HELEN KATHRYN WILLIAMS Nacogdoches, Texas B.A., English Senior Class Favorite, ' 46 Who ' s Who ' 46 College Commission, ' 45 Amitie, ' 44 ' 46 Lumberjackette Treas., ' 46 Vocal Ensemble, ' 45 Pres. of Choral Club, ' 45 Chemistry Club, ' 44 S.C.A., ' 44 Stone Fort Staff, ' 45- ' 46 Choral Club Beauty, ' 46 Methodist Student Union, ' 45- ' 46 Member of Cast of " Blithe Spirit " NAMES OF SENIORS NOT PICTURED JEANNE PATTON HAWKS JULIENNE ADAMS JUNE IRWIN SALLY REID ARNOLD MRS. ALICE JOHNSON LENA ARNWINE MRS. A. L. LOWERY BILLY JOYCE CROWLEY FAYE BAKER SCHOCHLER MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS CLASS OFFICERS President Johnnie Partin Spies Vice-President Pat N. Nash Sec-Treasurer James Powell Reporter Kathlyn LaGrone Sgt.-at-Arms Harlon Wagstaff Sponsor Stanford McKewen DEAN BIGGERS Center, Texas WANDA CHAMPION Nacogdoches, Texas BILLY DILLEN Lufkin, Texas LOREE ELLINGTON Nacogdoches, Texas LEWIS GIBBONS Gladewater, Texas LOIS MARIE GIBBS Nacogdoches, Texas KATHLYN LA GRONE Carthage, Texas GLADYS LASHLY Lufkin, Texas DOROTHY MOORE Nacogdoches, Texas IDABELLE MIXON San Augustine, Texas JAMES C. NASH Nacogdoches, Texas PAT NEFF NASH Nacogdoches, Texas JOHNNIE DALE PARTIN Nacogdoches, Texas lONELL ' POOL Henderson, Texas MARY SLOVER Lufkin, Texas HUIE SPEARS Pasadena, Texas MARY ELIZABETH TALMADGE Nacogdoches, Texas OLENE TAYLOR San Augustine, Texas HARLON WAGSTAFF Nacogdoches, Texas MAUDE WINGATE Trawick, Texas RACHEL YARBOROUGH Pasadena, Texas NOT PICTURED: MAUDE E. BELL MELVOE THOMPSON BLOUNT WARRIN LEE BOLAND EDNA DICKEY DENNIS LILLIAN DREWRY HARLEY GROOM MOZELLE KING HARTSFIELD SAM JONES MEDFORD JORDON BILLYE JO LONG PEARL MORRIS LELA MAE RICHARDSON CARRYE B. RICHEY JEAN WALKER JENNINE WILLIAMS w -.jsPt SL " « 3Pfe fe 7 he £ pJuMixW£ QiaM CLASS OFFICERS President Carolyn Muckleroy Vice-President Jim Wilson Sec-Treasurer Hazel Shelton Reporter _ Tut Loving Sgt.-at-Arms L. O. Lindsey Sponsor D. D. Giles EDITH ANDERSON Nacogdoches, Texas JEANNETTE BAILEY Nacogdoches, Texas KATHRYN BARLOW Woodville, Texas DOROTHY BARNHART Nacogdoches, Texas MONA LOIS BAYES Carthage, Texas RICHIE BLAKE Nacogdoches, Texas W. G. BLANTON Cushing, Texas REBA CASSITY Carthage, Texas JERRY CHANEY Price, Texas GLADYS ADAMS CHRISTOPHER Nacogdoches, Texas GAYMERLE CLAYTON Trawick, Texas HELEN COE Nacogdoches, Texas MARY HELEN COFFMAN Woodville, Texas MARY HAZEL CONGER Nacogdoches, Texas JOANN COPELAND Rusk, Texas CHARLES COUSINS Lufkin, Texas MARY FRANCES CRAIN Nacogdoches, Texas CHRISTINE CROUCH Chirena, Texas ROY E. DANIEL Silsbee, Texas WANDA MORGAN DANIEL Silsbee, Texas RUSSELL DENMAN Nacogdoches, Texas ERLENE DONOHOE Diboll, Texas OPAL ELLIOTT San Augustine, Texas GEORGE DONALD FEAZELL Nacogdoches, Texas BILLY FOWLER Nacogdoches, Texas MARILYN GEE Nacogdoches, Texas MARGARET GIBSON Lufkin, Texas JEAN GORDON Woodvile, Texas ELIZABETH GRIMES Nacogdoches, Texas JOSIE LOU HAGEN Nacogdoches, Texas BILLIE JEAN HAYES Carthage, Texas JEAN HOPKINS Center, Texas BETTY JEFFREY Floresville, Texas BILLIE JOHNSON Choice, Texas NELSON JONES Shelbyville, Texas VIRGINIA JONES Carthage, Texas WANDA JONES Lufkin, Texas CHARLES JORDON Spurger, Texas ANNYE LEE LAFLUER Nacogdoches, Texas MOZELLE LANGFORD Cushing, Texas L. O. LINDSEY Nacogdoches, Texas JEARLEEN LOVING Center, Texas JULIA ANNE MILLER Nacogdoches, Texas MARCELENE MOSBY Nacogdoches, Texas DORIS McCLAIN Alto, Texas MONA LEE McGEE Nacogdoches, Texas CAROLYN MUCKLEROY Nacogdoches, Texas LOUISE NORMAN Troup, Texas TEDDY JEAN ROGERS Henderson, Texas HAZEL SHELTON Nacogdoches, Texas KYLE SIMMONS Nacogdoches, Texas HELEN SIMONTON Cameron, Texas MILDRED SMITH Garrison, Texas I. P. SULLIVAN Nacogdoches, Texas DOROTHY THOMPSON Rusk, Texas MARY THRASHER Frankston, Texas CHARLENE WALKER Bronson, Texas FRANCES JANE WALL Teneha,, Texas 1 MARY WATHEN Athens, Texas TULIA ANN WARD Canton, Texas JEAN WEAVER Orange, Texas ANN WEEKS Diboll, Texas JAMES WILLIAMS Nacogdoches, Texas JIM WILSON Nacogdoches, Texas MARIE WOODS Beckville, Texas MARY NELL YOUNGBLOOD Lufkin, Texas NOT PICTURED: MILDRED BANKS HELEN JEAN BUCKNER EMILYE CLENDENNIN BEVELINE CORNELIUS KATHLEEN COVINGTON EARL ELLIOT DOROTHY VAYE HUDGINS OPAL KNIGHT BILLIE SUE MASK BILLY JO MATTEAUER TOMMYE MATTHEWS JOHNNY MAYNARD COMA POWER JO FRANCES ROBERSON HELEN GRACE WILLIAMS 7 he fy i£4Jwum QiaM CLASS OFFICERS President Loy Reid Vice-President _ Joseph Rosson Sec-Treasurer JoAnna Green Reporter Gayla Stegall Sgt.-at-Arms W. C. Rainbolt Sponsor C. E. Ferguson PEGGY CHILDERS SUE BURROWS MELBA GENE CARROLL WILLIE B. CARTER BETTY JOYCE CHOATE MAVIS CHRISTOPHER ODELLA CHRISTOPHER DORIS JO COAN MARIE COLLINS BILLIE CRAWFORD GENEVA CURETON GEORGE DAVIDSON KATHERINE DAVIS MAUDE ELTON DA VIS DOROTHY DILLARD MARY RUTH DILLEN ERNESTINE FLEMING NORA DORIS GAINE PEARL HIGDON JAMES GRAY JO ANNA GREEN REBA GREEN JIMMY GRIMES FRANKLIN GUNTER REAGAN GUY JOE GENTRY THELMA HAIRGROVE MARY HALL LOU HANNON BOBBY HARGIS MARGIE HARTSFIELD JEAN HUNNICUT ROBERT HUTCHISON BOBBIE FA YE IRISH JOY HOLT DOUGLAS JOHNSON BETTY J. YARBROUGH ■pt BETTY WOOD SAM NOONER PERCY MANNING WANDA NELLE MATLOCK FRANCES McCARTY ROBERT McCURRY DORIS McFARLING MARY ALICE McLEROY JAMES MILSTEAD JU ANITA MODISETTE BILLY MUCKLEROY ODELL NICHOLS JANICE NICHOLSON BOBBIE NOBLE TEMP1E OWENS JEAN PANTALION DOROTHY PARKEB BENNIE O ' REAR LAWRENCE PATTERSON ANITA WILLIAMSON REX PARKMAN OZEDA PATE PEARL PATILLO BOBBIE DEE PARISH JOSEPHINE PARROTT LUCILLE PEEBLES IRENE PERKINS BILLIE SUE PETERS HAZEL PETERSON RUTH POWELL W. C. RAINBOLT LOY REID DAVID RENFRO GRACE RICHARDS NORMA FAY RIDER BARBARA ROBERTS MARGARET ROGERS AGNES MARIE JOSEPH WILLIAMS ROSSON .SARA SAMFORD S. C. SANFORD NELDA SAPPINGTON MILDRED SAUL HELEN SHAW SUE SHOFNER DOROTHY SIMS CARROL SINCLAIR TOMMY SINGLETON MARJORIE SMITH NOLAN SMITH TED SMITH VALERIA STRICKLAND BETTY SULLIVAN CHARLES SUMMERS BETTY JEAN SPARKS GAYLA STEGALL i Gay, fjoiiti Keif, The president of the student body is chosen each year for the following fall semester by popular vote of the student body. That person chosen must be an eligible member of the senior class. Coy John Key has been an outstanding and valuable leader in his performance of the various duties connected with this important " post. Every spring the Caroline Thompson Hill Award is presented to that girl of the Junior or Senior Class who has manifested outstanding scholarship, leadership, strength of character, and loyalty to the college. This award has been presented this year to Geraldine Knight Reeves, a student who is admired by all and who is an asset to Stephen F. Austin. fa Bell 2 e Second Jlicjhedi Hanking Senl i A1PJIA GJ19 " Ye shall know the truth, and the truth will make you free. " Dr. T. E. Ferguson, Geraldine K. Reeves, Coy John Key, Dr. C. F. Sheley, Lois Marie Gibbs, Mrs. Gladys Johnson, Joy Bell Die, Olene Wheeler Taylor, Ruth Williamson, Julienne L. Adams, Auline Cornelius. OFFICERS fOY BELL DIE, President ERALDINE K. REEVES, Vice-President :OY JOHN KEY, Sec.-Treas. .OIS MARIE GIBBS, College Commission Representative )R. T. E. FERGUSON, Faculty Sponsor )R. C. F. SHELEY, Faculty Sponsor RS. GLADYS JOHNSON, Faculty Sponsor MEMBERSHIP Graduate Standing: DORIS BOOZER AULINE CORNELIUS LENNIJO GOLDSBERRY RHODA MAE MYRICK DORIS PRUITT SHOFNER RUTH WILLIAMSON Senior Standing JULIENNE L. ADAMS JOY BELL DIE COY JOHN KEY GERALDINE K. REEVES Junior Standing: LOIS MARIE GIBBS OLENE WHEELER TAYLOR Students are chosen to become members of Who ' s Who from the junior and senior classes, on the basis of scholarship, character, social activity on the cam- pus, leadership, and potentiality for constructive contribution to business and so ciety. Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Col- leges is a national organization for recognition of such students. COY JOHN KEY, IMOGENE HALE, JOY BELL DIE, LOIS MARIE GIBBS, JOHNNIE PARTIN SPIES, KATHLEEN REAGAN, GLADYS LASHLY, IVA POWELL, JOHNNIE FAYE HINES, GERALDINE K. REEVES, HELEN K. WILLIAMS. fymmnAUieA, and QoileqeA GLADYS LASHLY, noted on the SFA Campus for her beauty, personality, and versatility. Besides being president of the Amities and a Stone Fort beauty, she played a leading role in the fall dramatic pro- duction, " Blithe Spirit. " HELEN K. WILLIAMS, beauty and dramatic star. Helen is an Amitie, Choral Club beauty, and is known for her excellent performance as leading lady of the fall dramatic production, as well as her magnetic personality. COY JOHN KEY, leader in college affairs and honor student. His efficiency as president of the student body and an editor of the Pine Log, has made him one of the best known and most admired students of SFA. He is secretary-treasurer of Alpha Chi. JUNE IRWIN, major in Physical Education and one of SFA ' s leading athletes in the realm of girl ' s sports. June is noted for her numerous abilities and her fair play. She has been president of the W. R. A. and a Lumberjackette. GERALDINE K. REEVES, the ever-smiling, hard- working, " jolly good fellow " to all the students on the campus. The winner of the coveted Carolyn- Thompson-Hill Award for 1946, Gerry is an ex- editor of the Pine Log, faculty editor of the Stone Fort, and second highest ranking senior of the Class of ' 46. LOIS MARIE GIBBS, outstanding in social activities and scholarship. She has served as president of the Lumberjackettes, vice-president of the Pine Burrs, and College Commission Representative of Alpha Chi. IMOGENE HALE, efficient and personable senior editor of The Stone Fort. Gene has been vey ac- tively connected with The Stone Fort, serving once before as junior editor. Concerning extra-curricular organizations, she has served the Ellen H. Richards Club as president for the past year. JOHNNIE DALE PARTIN SPIES, one of the campus all-around personalities. Johnnie is secretary of the Pine Burrs, a member of the Dramatic Club, and takes a leading part in the College Commission. She is active in all student affairs. KATHLEEN REAGAN, attractive vivacious, and ex- tremely talented along the music line. Reagan is an Amitie, a member of Gibbs Hall Council ,and served as the very able pianist for the College Or- chestra. JOY BELL DIE, outstanding among S.F.A. ' s leaders. Characterized by her magnetic personality, scholar- ship, and executive ability, Joy is a twice-elected member of Who ' s Who. She is editor of The Stone Fort, Miss SFA and highest ranking senior of ' 45- ' 46, president of the Pine Burrs and Alpha Chi, and twice selected Best All-Around Girl Student. IVA JEAN POWELL, one of the student ' s most attrac- tive and progressive members. She is known as the first term president of the senior class, and as the cheerful, willing, guiding light of the Book Store. JOHNNIE FAYE HINES, another second-year mem- ber of Who ' s Who. Jeff is the students ' choice for attractiveness and pleasing personality. She has been a Pine Log editor, as well as the Pine Burr beauty, and snapshot editor of the Stone Fort. ke Gcdleae CammiAAion C ° l S eC, eaS ' COY JOHN KEY Chairman DOROTHY THOMPSON Amities PAUL PERKINS Austinites ROSE ANN LANGHAM B.S.U. JOY BELL DIE Dramatics Club IMOGENE HALE Ellen H. Richards ELOISE McGREDE Gibbs Hall Council TEDDY ROGERS Pine Burrs RACHEL YARBOROUGH Chemistry Club SNOOKIE PYE W.R.A. IVA POWELL Senior Class JOHN DALE SPIES Junior Class CAROLYN MUCKLEROY Sophomore Class LOY REID Freshman Class COY JOHN KEY Student President MR. C. E. FERGUSON Sponsor MISS MARY TOMPSON Sponsor NOT PICTURED: RENA SUE BURROWS Choral Club CHARLES COUSINS Foresters HAZEL SHELTON Lumberjackettes SAM THORNHILL Sawyers GLADYS LASHLY M.S.U. LOIS MARIE GIBBS Alpha Chi STAN McKEWEN Sponsor ft m . s. y. a. C or TftO £0 6© t £p s 6©- 30 9 A0 Ot 6 Gkemtifoy Gluk GUo-ial Gluk FRANCES McCARTY KATHLYN LaGRONE HELEN RUTH SHAW GRACE RICHARDS NADINE LENDS! JUANICE UNDERWOOD DOT EAVES WANDA NELL MATLOCK ELOISE McGREDE FRANCES WALL [ELMA HAIRGROVE RACHEL YARBROUGH BETTY JEFFREY KATHLEEN REAGAI DOROTHY MOORE ODELLE CHRISTOPHER HELEN COE BETTY SULLIVAN JEAN WEAVER ROYAL ORDER OF JVusttmtes RAY MYERS President The Austinites stand for leadership and high scholastic standards, undertake to uphold and popu- larize the traditions of our alma mater, to promote sincere fraternity among ourselves and our succes- sors, and to foster and sponsor desirable school projects. BOB MONZINGO Vice-President JAMES HUGHES College Commission Representative JIM WILSON Sgt.-at-Arms DARRYL BEARD Secretary-Treasurer DR. HERSHAL HOBSC Sponsor ROSTER OF MEMBERS Adams, Eugene Averitt, William Beal, Ralph Beavers, Leroy Caldwell, Kenneth Colburn, Sam Dickens, F. A. Edge, Drummon Gaston, Edwin Hughes, Sherman Keeling, Robert Kennedy, Chester B. Lilly, Murray Mangham, Glen Martin, T. L. Price, Travis Seal, Jimmy Shelburne, J. Leslie Smith, Ted Sullivan, J. P. Whitley, Bobby Earl White, Philip Wiggins, Ira Wilson, John " Bubba " PERRY REAVES Austinite Poll Director BOB WHITE Reporter JO ANN COPELA I Austinite Beauty The Baptist Student Union serves as the connecting link between the college student and the local church. The B.S.U. promotes spiritual development and offers an attractive program including Christian fellowship and social activity. Every Baptist student who is a member of one of the unit organizations of the Baptist Church is a member of the Baptist Student Union. The B.S.U. Council is as follows: President Rose Ann Langham Vice-President Jean Gordon Social Chairman Norma Fay Rider Devotional Chairman Annie Lee LaFleur Sunday School Rep .-_ Mona Lee McGee Training Union Rep. lulia Ann Miller Y.W.A. Representative ... Jeanne Hawkes Secretary Maurine Enner Treasurer .. Billie Sue Peters Chorister Sarah Born Church Rep ... Mr. Mrs. Clyde Stone Faculty Rep... Dr. Roy Adams Publicity Rep Nelson Jones Pine Log Reporter Billy Muckleroy Service Extension Marie Collins Pianist Mildred Banks Pastor Rev. L. E. Lamb Student Secretary _■ Mrs. R. V. Allen Student Secretary, 2nd Semester ... ....Lennijo Goldsberry Y.W.A. Rep... Nancy McCameron House Chairman Christine Crouch WANDA MORRIS President GERRY REEVES Vice-President MONA BAYES Sec. -Treasurer BILLY CRAWFORD College Comm. Rep LOUISE NORMAN Social Chairman HARRY N. Sponsor HOLMES Dean Biggers, Betty Brookshire, Odelle Christopher, Mary Ruth Dillon, Ruphelle Forbis, Gladys Lashly, Eloise McGrede, Dorothy Moore, Janice Nicholson, Benny O ' Rear, Lucille Peebles, Jo Nell Poole, W. C. Rainbolt, Grace Richards, Ted Smith, Jean Weaver, Helen Williams, Anita Williamson. Members not pictured: Pauline Briggs, Sam Colburn, Mary Home, Clemit Hyden, Vernon Jenkins, Sam F. Jones, William R. Parrish, Philip White, Hazel Shelton, Lois Mafie Gibbs. Vke Piano- ena tment 1st Row, Left to Right (Sitting): Sarah Moore, Reid Dougherty, McCarter Middlebrook, Marshall Kendrick, Carolyn Ann Matchett, Elizabeth Monk, Sarah Alice Gilmore, Emily Quattlebaum, Robert Lewis Matchett. 2nd Row: Tina Rhea Wright, Rebecca Stephens, Charlotte Ruth Dorsey, Bessie Lucille Stephens, Carol Ann Craw- ford, Carolyn Kendrick, Linda MacDougall, Sue Baker, Ester Marie Hargis, Charlotte Burrows, Nancy Lee McKewen. 3rd Row: Carolyn Coe, Paulann Boynton, Leona Louise Lewis, Jo Ann McKewen, Naomi Roan, Starr Davis, Sandra Fulmer, Jerry Dougherty. PUPILS NOT PICTURED: Eloise Chambers Shirley Jean Driver Jane Goodwin Mary Lou Hannon Harolyn Hooker Jeannine Jasper Sylvia Johnson Peggy Ann McKay Harriett Morris John William Mells Chris Nelson Rita Shepherd Anita Spradley Auderle Simons Sara Ann Stone Carolyn Snelling Bob White Priscilla Abshear Sarah Jane Lacy Clyde Woodword Miss Mamie Middlebrook Piano Instructor The DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH AND DRAMA of STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE The Dramatics Club is very active, hav- ing 115 members. Three major plays are presented each year. This year we opened with BLITHE SPIRIT. The Speech Depart- ment at present is working on THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER. President — Gene Adams Sec.-Treas — Julia A nn Milk College Commission — Joy D:: Reporter — C. C. Denman Director — B. E. Howard 4 Jlall Council DOROTHY EAVES, Secretary IMOGENE HALE, President LA MERLE RICHARDS. President EDNA WILKIN, Sponsor MARY WILL GREENWOOD, Sponsor MAURINE ENER, Vice-President MARY HELEN COFFMAN, Treasurer HELEN COE, Reporter MARGIE BRYAN, Publicity MARY NELL YOUNGBLOOD, Publicity WANDA JONES, Social Chairman LOUISE NORMAN, Parliamentarian JO HAGEN, Room Hostess DORIS McCLAIN MAVIS BENNEFIELD SARAH BORN BILLIE CRAWFORD PAULINE DUNN CLARA WOOD JORDAN ROSE ANN LANGHAM FRANKIE LOWERY JULIA ANN MILLER MARY ALICE McLEROY JEAN PANTALION BILLIE SUE PETERS JONELL POOL JO FRANCES ROBERSON CATHERINE TIDWELL ANN WEEKS MARY WATHAN HELEN WHITE ILENE BROWN GRAND ORDER OF ROYAL BARRISTERS OFFICERS President __ Dean Blessing Vice-President Harland McBee Sec.-Treas. Joe W. Lowe Sgt.-at-Arms Vernon Jenkins Parliamentarian _ C. C. Denman College Commission Rep. Harold Wallace Reporter Garrel Westmoreland Sponsor Dr. J. T. Richardson Front Row — C. C. Denman, Joe Lowe, Vernon Jenkins, Dr. J. T. Richardson. Back Row — Foster Davis, Lonnie Keller, L. O. Lindsey, Garrell Westmoreland, Harland McBee, Dean Blessing, Harold Wallace. (Not Pictured) Billy Dillen. DILLEN, Pres. 1st Term L. O. LINDSEY, Secretary-Treasurer LONNIE KELLER, Pres. Annual Forester Christmas Dinner-Dance Claude Johnson imes Milstead Reporter Windy Nichols Rex Parkman Nolan Smith Dennis Sullivan Harold Wallace FORESTER PLEDGES: Dean Blessing Jack Bowen Alton Brookshire Junior Buckner James Campbell L. J. Conner Laz Corley Foster Davis Cecil Deauman Albert Floyd Bill Garner George Glazener Earl Hall Robert Hogan Fred Hardy Luke Honea Gleason Martin Dick McClain Howard Miller Jimmy Morris Gene Rhodes Nelson Rusche Johnny Sandlin Everett Sheffield Raymond Shindler Robert Shindler Edward Smallwood Rufus Smith Thomasson Bobby Watson YELL LEADERS Mary Slover, Robbie Warren, Ritchie Blake, David Irwin. MEMBERSHIP Carolyn Muckelroy Lois Marie Gibbs Loree Ellington Mary Elizabeth Talmage Helen Williams Hazel Shelton Helen Coe Dorothy Moore Wanda Jones Billy Jo Long Jean Hayes Norma Fay Rider Marjorie Smith Ernistene Flemming Evelyn Lowe Grace Richards Bobbie Hargis Janice Nickelson Willie B. Carter Mary Elizabeth Thomas Jo Anna Green Mary Slo ver Margie Hartsfield Lou Hannon Betty Brookshire Eloise McGrede Emily Summers Jeannine Jasper Nelva Sappington Doris McClain Nadine Lindsey LOIS MARIE GIBBS Vice-President TEDDY ROGERS College Commission 0V- ■ CAROLYN MUCKLEROY JO NELL POOLE MARGARET ROGERS BETTY JEAN SPARKS GAYLA STEGALL NOT PICTURED HELEN BUCKNER EMILYE CLENDENNIN EMMA DURHAM DOTTIE HAYES BILLIE SUE MASK MARY ELIZABETH TALMADGE MARY THRASHER NICKIE WALTON .of JOY BELL DIE Editor STAFF: Editor ....... Joy Bell Die Assistant Editor Carolyn Muckleroy Business Manager Billy Dillen English Advisor .. Dr. C. F. Sheley Features Hazel Shelton Willie B. Carter Art Helen Williams Lois Marie Gibbs Sports Editors James Milstead Billy Glazener Faculty Editor Gerry Reeves Snaps Editor ...Johnnie Faye Hines Senior Editor ... Imogene Hale Junior Editors Loree Ellington Liz Talmadge Sophomore Editor. Jean Weaver Freshman Editors .. . Margie Hartsfield Perry Reaves Demonstration School Jane Goodrich Edna Merle Cox JEAN WEAVER Editor, Spring THE PINE LOG Published er«ry twk by the students of Stephen F. Austin Stat pbOeg . Entered as second class matter February 29, 1928, at the post »£fiee at Nacogdoches, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Dawn-town office: The Daily Sentinel, Telephone 360. Editor Business Managei Associate Editor Society Editor Faculty Advisor . Dr. Contributing St; George Davidso Billy Dillon, Coj Fin e Mines, Jee printed for National Advertising by NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. Member Intercollegiate Press College Publisher Reprsentative 420 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. Chicago — Boston— Loe Angeles— San Francisco Member of Texaa Intercollegiate Press Association Subscription Bates: One semester, 75c; two semesters, $1.50. GERRY REEVES Editor, Fall JAMES MILSTEAD Associate Editor LOREE ELLINGTON Business Manager Mody Spies Pr e ' s ident v on Old: Secretary- Treasurer Loy " Reid R e, porter flembe Acker, ri.E.. Alexander, Jame Bent lev , Kmc J Bird wen . Nom Br ' i+ton, JoKn Campbell, viame Cearley , Crawtoi «l, Wee DehmAn , C- C. GUioTt. Earl Fran Vis , K.T frcenian, RUerv Gi b sofrf " Rabin HoHemAfi, Fre Myden, Cl«m ' it K " i rvgp-vA ' m j J i-rti nj-rney no-war S oo-n sor Pa+ Nash •Sot. - at- Arms SaTn Thorn hi I Vice - President Rav Die College Comm i ssibn ERs Not P,cWe.d : iMtCeirrmK, Jim Me-ssec, CjlvI jMoore, J;tt»-vt«y Mv 457 Linden |P ii e, Chivied Powell, Jamas Rogers, Tucker SKartes. JatK iStocKweH, VUrrfSv n Ta y to %- Unj ' Ta flo»-, Ja.n-»ei Todd , Or vi lie, Weitherfoed, Jjmes Out of the dawn of the Atomic Age, a new and determined personality emerged upon the American scene — the returning veteran of World War II. Back to their homes and families, to their jobs and careers, back to their college classes came these men and women. To those veterans, who returned to S.F.A., as well as virtually every other college throughout the nation, complex problems — stubborn barriers to their welfare and rehabilitation, confronted them con- stantly. Thus, it was out of the necessity to combat this situation that veterans ' organizations were born in innumerable American institutions. The VETERANS ' ASSOCIATION OF S.F.A. was formed in February, 1946. Earlier in the year, college officials had corresponded with Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, which was sponsoring such groups in many schools; and, the necessary information for creating the association was obtained. A meeting, of all veterans attending S.F.A. at that time, was called for the purpose of electing officers and formulating a definite policy. At this meeting Earl Elliott was chosen to be the ASSOCIATION ' S first president. A vice-president, secretary-treasurer, college commission representative, sergeant-at-arms, reporter and three executive committee members were also elected. The VETERANS ' ASSOCIATION was created with a two-fold purpose in view: " First, it shall aid all veterans, who are enrolled at S.F.A., in a complete rehabilitation program; and, second, it will enable the college veterans to gather together socially and culturally to promote good will and the general welfare of this group. " During the brief period, since its formation, the ASSOCIATION has become one of the most active clubs on the campus. Plans have been made and inaugurated to cope with the more pressing problems facing the ex-GI ' s — inadeguate housing facilities, high costs of living, and rehabilitation difficulties. And, in carrying out this tremendous undertaking, the combined efforts of every veteran have been fully utilized — ■ " One for all and all for one. " E. W. Gaston, Reporter. Officers of the VETERANS ' ASSOCIATION OF S.F.A. pictured here are: (Top Row, Left to Right), Burney E. Howard, Sponsor; Earl Elliott, President; and Dr. Hershel Hopson, Sponsor; (Middle Row, Left to Right), J. P. Sullivan, Vice-President; and Lon- nie B. Keller, Secretary-Treasurer; (Bottom Row, Left to Right), C. C. Denman, Jr., College Commission Representative; Charles Paine,- Executive Commit- tee Member; and, Edwin W. Gaston, Jr., Reporter. Remaining officers of the organization, not shown here, are: Norris Birdwell, Sergeant-at-Arms; Bill Garner, Executive Committee. n LUCILLE NORTON, Sponsor R. N. SHELTON and S. W. McKEWEN, Coaches Campbell, Die, Nash, Manning, Birdwell, Biggers, Thornhill, Price, Milstead, O ' Rear and Strong. Nash shoots a free shot in Navy game i % ' 3 PAT NASH Forward tJU SAM THORNHILL Forward PERSY MANNING Forward NON-CONFERENCE GAMES S.F.A. 43 Dallas Naval Air Station 62 41 Dallas Naval Air Station 54 35 Barksdale Field 40 47 Barksdale Field 33 43 Northwestern State, La. 62 45 Kilgore Jr. College 42 58 Kilgore Jr. College 42 55 Northwestern State, La. 51 58 Centenary, La. 35 71 Centenary, La. 39 48 Alabama Indians 40 47 Alabama Indians 37 isy u LANSING STRONG Guard DEAN BIGGERS Guard LONE STAR CONFERENCE LEADING SCORERS Pts. Guy Lewis, U. of H. 210 Jake Carter, East Texas 179 Benford Gardner, S. H. 145 Paul Carlisle, S. M. 142 George Carlisle, S. M. 124 Ray Die, S. F. A. 106 Lawrence Elkins, S. H. 105 Bud Hopkins, N. T. 104 Ted Carley, N. T. 102 Jim Littlejohn, E. T. 98 Die out jumps Porcheus in North- western game TRAVIS PRICE Guard JAMES MILSTEAL Guard BENNY O ' REAR Forward CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team U. of Houston Sam Houston State East Texas State North Texas State Southwest Texas Stephen F. Austin W. P 10 8 10 7 10 10 10 2 10 1 Pet. For Agst. .800 554 469 .700 6-17 516 .600 499 474 .600 514 524 .200 418 533 .100 421 504 DOUGLAS JOHNSON Mnnna r TRACKSTERS NOT PICTURED JACK YEOMAN. — 100-yd. dash, 220-yd. dash, sprint relay ALBERT COLLIER — Discus, shot put, jave- lin, high jump TRAVIS PRICE — Low Hurdles JIM WILSON — Mile VAN HERRIN — 440-yd. dash, half-mile NORRIS BIRDWELL — High jump, discus BURTON YATES Broad jump, sprint relay, 100-yd. dash IRA WIGGINS Sprint relay, broad jump LUMBERJACKS WIN NINE POINTS TO COP 6TH PLACE IN FORT WORTH MEET Lumberjack thinly-clads returned from Fort Worth with nine points of the college division tucked away for the records, the small squad taking one first, one second and a fourth in the Fat Stock Show track meet. Berton Yates, former Lone Star record holder in the broad jump and compet- ing for the first time since returning from armed service, leaped 22 ' 3 " to take a first in his specialty. His effort was a foot farther than his nearest com- petitor. Jack Yeoman placed fourth in the 100-yard dash; Bill Parrish took a sec- ond in the high jump event with a 5 ' 8 3 . " leap. Stephen F. Austin ' s nine points was sixth in the meet, ahead of the Univer- sity of Houston with 8 points and Sam Houston with 6. BILLY PARRISH Broad jump, high jump, 440-yd. dash, 220-yd. dash, sprint relay TRACK MEETS Fort Worth Fat Stock Show and Exposi- tion, March 18th, 19th Southwestern La. Relays, March 30th Texas Relays, April 6th Lone Star Conference Meet, April 22th BILL PERRY High hurdles, half-mile GIRLS ' SPORTS Maiy Hogg FIELD HOCKEY Clayton, Smith, Burrows, Peters, Hutson, Pye, Irwin, Slover, Dillard, Langford, Watson. June Irwin JS 1 " J C. Watson, M. I fli BASKETBALL Hutson, Yarborough, Peters, Irwin, Sn Burrows, Pye, McGrede, Watson, ] ton (Coach), Dillard. Brown Pye Carrol Travis Clayton Irwin fill TENNIS -- SINGLES VOLLEYBALL MOST HANDSOME BOY Raymond Burgess MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL Jimmie Lea Prickett MOST POPULAR BOY Carrol Bonnett MOST POPULAR GIRL Rita Jo Russell BEST ALL-ROUND BOY Fritz McCameron BEST ALL-ROUND GIRL Jean Birdwell Jean Birdwell Maxine Bridwell Raymond Burgess Dorothy Chambers Dorothy Jean Corley Merl Darnell Clarence Davis Delbert Doss J. W. Dunn, Jr. Jane Goodrich Roy Harrod, Jr. Ann Hartt Evelyn Irvine W. J. Johnson Iris King John G. Kirkpatrick Mavis Koonce Mildred Lynch Jean Mangram Fritz McCameron Ray Mize Bobby George Parish Jimmie Lea Prickett Don Person Joe Rowlett John Reed Pauline Reed Merlene Soloman Jean Stephens Carolyn Stevens Everett Stevens A. J. Stokes Doyle Turner Carlton Vinson Muriel Olds Williams V W 7 te GUck MtA With (he 1st grade during breakfast With the 3rd grade at geography period With the 10th grade during home room Vuei rfO. 1. Freshman Day spectators. 2. First .prize winners — ■ Rea- gan, Lindsey, Summers, Feazell. 3. Sue Shofner. Miss SFA??? 4. Fish await orders from upperclassmen. 5. Nickie, Betty, Margaret, and Bobbie display legs for added interest. 6. Eh! What ' s up, Doc? 7. Can you picture Jeannine as a gay 90 ' s lady? We did. 8. Like to be marooned on a desert isle? 9. Chief-rain-in-the-puss Renfro and his warriors. 10. College Cleaner ' s certainly must be slow, Albert! 11. Hello, girls! 12. The City bus was crowded that day. 13. They weren ' t really that happy — we forced them to smile. 14. Dr. Richardson, you wolf!! 15. We couldn ' t even coax a grin from them. 16. Pearl Higdon rests. Jeff and Dillon Ruth and W. a Symphony D ° SomeKenZental STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE NACOGDOCHES. TEXAS APPRECIATION To the advertisers, for your wonderful cooperation, I wish to extend the sincerest appreciation, from myself, the Stone Fort staff, and the student body of Stephen F. Austin. 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