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

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At O R T hi 5 t n b e t OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS College Among the Pines Freshman day reminders and hall time at homecoming. At left, Ten o ' clock pep rally. ' •OS : : ' v%el 4vpu is a record. Sra heir . Austin State ;{3oilege . %f icrtne- hope that.it b S eapUiifbd the -0 %«$eirSt © students at W0fJc,:.and ptW. and the prlWess 1 | rrtdde on p T xifi y id rrig ' the {Ve j d.v he pict r pre- sented ig c jnfe ig r estirWSt ' 0ff ' j From registration to final cram- ming for examinations, every day is full, whether it be spent in studying, attending classes, or relaxing in the S. U. B. Science Building Snack Bar of Student Union as . . . BENEATH PORTRAYING OUR COLLEGE LIFE AMONG THE PINES Rusk Building Power House Extra-curricular activities on the Forty Acres are varied with many colorful activities. In the fall it is football — football rallies, team send-offs, Homecoming, Lumberjack day, Freshman parade, and the football games themselves. Before the cage games begin the social season has gone into full swing with the picnics, Presentation Ball, the various Christmas dinner dances, and then the spring activities. A resourceful student body on the S.F.A. campus provides ample entertain- ment for itself. Fun and Frolic Lumberjack band performs during assembly. -m INDOORS AND OUT ON TOE PINE-SHADED CAMPUS The tennis twins . . . Giving the year its social impe- tus are the rush parties held by the various clubs in September. This mad whirl of fun leaves freshmen in a spin, and the upper-classmen with " circles. " Rip and Mary Lou HP FORMAL Presenting the Queen. I A PRO Wisely Hall After 27 progressive years the ideals and buildings of the founders of Stephen F. Austin State College are still remembered and held as our guiding light. This year the enrollment has reached an all time high mark of 1,700 as compared to the 50 students in 1923. A new girls ' dormitory, fine arts building, and gym are under construction this year. These buildings have adequate facilities with which we have every opportunity to widen our scope of knowledge. It is a wonderful feeling to watch our College Among the Pines as it grows, both in enrollment and prestige and to see the delighted expressions on the faces of the Exes on Homecoming as they note the progress of our college. OUT OF THE PAST THEY STAND IN.... The Stone Fort " ALL IN A DAY ' S WORK Students are unified into one student body through band practice, choir trips, rush week activities, club meet- ings, preparing floats for homecoming, intramural sports, Student Congress meetings, and club assembly programs. Stephen F. Austin is proud of these traditions and proud to back our school to the fullest degree. Winning Forester float on homecoming. OUR THOUGHTS TURN TO . . . Student Union Building, above. Our band on parade In a few years we will more than likely forget the term themes, book reports, and book-length examina- tions, but we will be a long time forgetting the walks through the tall pines, the all-college festivities, and the friends we made while living here. It represents a process of social and educational develop- ment enjoyed by everyone. " 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. " THE BOARD OF REGENTS Mrs. John King Beretta Saii Antonio, Texas Miss Emma Mae Brotze Marshall, Texas Honorable V. A. Collins Livingston, Texas Honorable Newton Harrell President Claude, Texas Honorable Claude Isbell Secretary Austin, Texas Honorable Wm. L. Kerr Midland, Texas Honorable H. L. Mills Houston, Texas Honorable R. L. Thomas Dallas, Texas Honorable Walter Woodul Vice-President Houston, Texas Not Pictured Honorable Melvin C. Edison Laredo, Texas PRESIDENT EMERITUS The great spirit of Dr. A. W. Birdwell has guided Stephen F. Austin State College to its present high scholastic standards and has helped thousands of individuals to find useful places in society. Through his magnificent personality, our " President Emeritus " has won many life long friends. His life has been dedicated to improving the minds of the young people of Texas. He has been recog- nized for years as one of the leading educators of the country. The success of his students in all walks of life attests to his worth. He is loved and respected by both teachers and students of S.F.A. and the school itself is a monument to his work. PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE Stand aside for S.F.A. With this, another, and most recent, year of College life passed in review. It has been a year of contrasts in many ways. The largest enrollment of students in history has come to the " college among the pines " to gain the benefits of an advanced education. They have been met by one of the finest faculties ever assembled on a Texas campus. Yet over a? all have hung the ominous clouds of international discord. Fortunately, most of our group has realized that never before has there been a greater nesd for the trained, educated individual citizen. So despite the distant rumbles of conflict, and the threats of European and Asian war lords, we have had much excellent learning, and full, wholesome living. For each of you, bo h graduates and undergraduates, the faculty and administration of Stephen F. Austin State College is wishing the very best, in your professional activities, and in your personal living. We hope that each will remember that temporary exigencies do not alter basic values and standards. Thorough study, hard work, and conformity in both thought and action to " the eternal ver- ities " upon which all civilization is dependent are a; all times the requisites of a successful life. So this is our wish for each of you. EX-STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Dana Williams, President Since its organization in 1928, the Stephen F. Austin Ex-Student Association has maintained the standards of encouraging good fellowship and loy- alty among former students of this institution and to promote the general interests of our college. Homecoming held each fall during football sea- son provides the main function of the year. All for- mer students are urged to return to the campus to meet old friends and view improvements on the " College Among the Pines. " A full day of entertain- ment is planned for the Ex-Students, beginning with a parade, kanquet, football game, social club and organization parties for the Exes, and the day is climaxed wiih the Homecoming Dance. Meetings of the various county S.F.A. Clubs are held duri ng the year and are a vital part of the entire program. The Ex-Student Association maintains an office at the college to obtain information and requests, ft is the desire of the Association that each student feel free to call upon this office for service while he is off the campus and to make it his headquarters when visiting his Alma Mater. Mrs. James Weatherford Secretary Lawrence Franks Executive Secretary Not Pictured Jewell Fuller Vice-President Thomas E. Ferguson, Ph.D. Dean ol the College D. D. Giles, Ph.D. Dean ol Senior Division J. N. Gerber, Ph.D. Dean ol Junior Division R. H. Shelton, M.Ed. Dean ol Men Mary W. Thomson, M.A. Dean ol Women DEANS OF THE COLLEGE Joe D. Lacy, M.A. Business Manager W. J. McCallum, Ph.D. Director ol Correspondence and Extension Stanford W. McKewen, B.S. Registrar Lawrence Franks, M.A. Director ol Public Relations THE STAFF DEPARTMENTAL HEADS ROW ROW 2 ROW 3 Harold E. Abbot, Ph.D. Chemistry Frederick Baumgartner, MM. Music Robert B. Capel, Ph.D. Speech W. T. Chambers, Ph.D. Geography W. B. Coble, Th.M. Baptist Bible Chair Robert S. Cornish, Ph.D. Economics W. W. Dossey, Ph.M. Physical Education W. F. Garner, M.A. History Ted L. Jefferies, B.S. Director of Athletics A. L. Long, Ed.D. Education Erwin L. Miller, Ph.D. Biology Lucille Norton, Ed.D. Physical Education OF THE COLLEGE W. R. Owens, Jr., M.F., Forestry Floyd A. Pollock, Ph.D., Sociology Karl Schlicher, Ph.D., Art C. F. Sheley, Ph.D., Language John Sullivan, Ph.D., Agriculture R. L. Turner, M.A., Physics Charles W. Vickery, Ph.D., Math John H. Wheeler, B.D., Wesley Bible Chair Edna Wilkin, M.A., Home Economics Mildred Wyatt, M.S., Library (Not Pictured) Guy W. Trump, Ph.D., Business Administration THE COLLEGE FACULTY ROW 1 Lena Arnwine, M.A. College Nurse Mrs. H. W. Baker, M.A. Manager Student Union Joseph B. Baldwin, Ph.D Speech Beatrice Bandy, M.M. Music ROW 2 Virdian Barham, M.A. History Helen Barron, M.A. Home Economics Doris Boozer, B.S. Secretary to Dean Vesta G. Bratt, B.S. in Ed. Business Administration ROW 3 Mrs. J. S. Campbell, B.A. Speech Mrs. M. W. Cecil, M.A English C. K. Chamberlain, MA. History ROW 4 Mrs. C. B. Collier, M.S. Home Economics Larry Colvin, M.A. Physical Education THE COLLEGE FACULTY ROW 1 Mrs. E. Davis, M.A. Foreign Language Mary Ruth Dillen, B.S. Secretary to Senior Dean Betty Doss, B.A. Physical Education L. W. Ellerbrook, M. A. Education r.. .?.C-Z J. r:scHi? B.S. ROW 2 Slazys rex ?:-:.D. Edwin Gaston, B.S. Assistant Director ot Public Relations G. W. Gauggel, M.M. Music G. F. Gray, Ph.D. Agriculture J. E. Green, M.F., Voc. Agr. row 3 Elbert Lloyd Griffin, M.A. R. R. Harvin, M.S. Education Ivan H. Hensley, D.Ed. Psychology George W. Hindman, M.S. Business Administration Keith Hogan, B.S. ROW 4 Mrs. Fa ye Huston Hostess, Gibbs Hall June Irwin, M.A. Physical Education Cecil Jones, M.A. Agriculture Gladys B. Johnson, M.A. Business Administration Bennett Keester, M.A. p n Jl-A THE COLLEGE FACULTY ROW 1 Mrs. Elizabeth KlLLINGSWORTH Hostess, Wisely Hall Doris Kilpatrack, B.S. in L.S. Library W. I. Layton, Ph.D. Mathematics Henry E. LeBrecht, M.S. Chemistry ROW 2 Mary I. Love, M.A. History W. H. McCarley, M.A. Biology LeRoy McClendon, D.Ed. Education Louisville Marshall, M.A. English ROW 3 Mrs. Carolyn Miller, Music Mrs. Elsie C. Milroy, M.A. Dietitian Kenneth J. Morgan, M.F. Forestry Clifford H. Osborne, Ph.D. English ROW 4 James L. Nichols, Ph.D. History George Parchman, M.A. Biology R. W. Parker, B.S. History and Assistant Coach THE COLLEGE FACULTY ROW 1 R. B. Pinson, M.A. Mathematics Ida Pritchett, B.S. Music S. D. Redfield, L.B. C.P.A. Business Administration Jo Nan Shaw, B.B.A. Assistant to Registrar Hugh B. Smith, Ph.D. Biology ROW 2 Roy Swicegood, B.S. Music Sugene Spears, B.A. Secretary to President Mrs. Madge Stallings, B.S. Secretary to Faculty Oran Standley, M.S. Agriculture Marjorie Tubre, B.S. in L.S. Library ROW 3 Janet Turner, M.F.A. Art Mrs. Billie Weatherford B.S. Secretary to Business Manager Auline Whitaker, B.S. Assistant Bookkeeper Ruth Williamson, B.S. Bookkeeper J. J. Wilson, M.A. Education ROW 4 Marie Wilson Area Supervisor; Home Economics Weldon Wright, B.A. English James G. Yoho, M.F. Forestry SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Betty Adams Reporter Barbara Potts Secretary Charlie Morgan Vice-President Kenneth Fulmer President Jerry Samford President Jo Ann Muckleroy Secretary Jerry Zelesky Reporter Tommy Franks Vice-President JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS E. J. Richey . President George Barclay Vice-President Glenda Rudd . . Secretary -Treasurer Sam Akin Reporter Bill Anger President Betty Duran Secretary-Treasurer Charles McIntosh Vice-President FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS SUMMER SCHOOL AT ff Ji STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SUMMER SCHOOL Th3lma Gladys Acker, James E. Ackery, Hollis Wilton Alford, W.E. Alford, James Pitts Anderson, James Spencer Anderson, Ruth Glass Anding, Jessie Ware Armstrong, Clyde Lincoln Arnold, Ruth Arrington, Mildred Sue Baldwin, Callie Beatrice Barday, Yondell Celestial Barr, George Robert Barse IV, Robert Ernest Bass, Willie Compton Bateman, Gertrude Ola Beasley, Flossie Tyson Beck, Maude Matthews Bell, Colita Ray Beverly, Earl Biggers, Clement Earnest Birkmeyer, Jr., Lloyd Aubrey Biskamp, Willie Sue Blackstock, Roy Morris Blake, Melvoe Thompson Blount, Jessie L. Bolles, Jr., Aubrey Lee Bone, Ina Mae Bone, James William Booker, John Morris Boozer, Joyce Fern BDOzer, Velora Vick Boyett, Orene Bradberry, Milton Emerson Bradford, Bertha T. Brantley, Betty Brookshire, Terrel Bryan Brookshire, Delia Liles Brown, Mozell Y. Brown, Lyle A. Bryan, Barbara Williams Buchanan, Charles Edward Bunn, Chester Ruth Burkhalter, Jean Thompson Burris, Mattie Helen Burton, Mary Ruth Caveness Bulter, Evanell Marshall Byers, Ann Weeks Cady, Sidney John Caillavet, Jr., Clifford Gene Campbell, James Nathaniel Canter, James D. Carrole, Lucille Burnaman Castleberry, Helen Juanita Chambers, Margaret Fran- ces Chausse, Corinne Cherry, Vera Hybarger Chisum, Grace Crawford Clancy, Fanna Lee Cochean, John Ripley Colley, George Henry Collier, Coy Benjamin Colwell, Velma Medford Cook, Glen Burlon Cooper, Edna Merle Cox, Elva Adams Cox, Ike Randal Cox, Lee Roy Craig, Weeks Crawford, Zannie Byron Crump, Jim Thomas Curl, Lois Marine Daniel Lenore Caveness Davidson, Bennie Jane Davis, Cor- nelia Davis, Maude Elton Davis, Jimmy Glenn Day, Lottie Stroud Dees, Wilson Bryan Dees, Arthur Baker Denman, Hazel R. Dennis, Sallie Miles Griffin Devereux, Ferman Atlas Dickens, Noah Beurette Dorman, Nadine Dorough, Marie Fussell Dosier, Lillian Wood Drewry, Carl Siddall Driver, Lee Smith Dublin, Ola Mae Dudley, Stella Crews Dyer, Joe E. Eakin, Lorraine M. Eaile, Sam J. Earle, Rose OQuinn Earle, Benjamin Franklin Edwards, Jr., Estelle Ramsey Farr, Margie Dell Boucher Faulk, Nena Margreteene Feazell, Mary Hale Ferguson, Varine Hale Fite, Joe Flanagan, Calvin A. Ford, Jr., Harry Lou Collier Fraley, Horace Eugene Francis, Rudolph P. Fuller, Edmon J. Gentry, Selma Alford Gibson, Milton Worth Giles, Peggy Ann Giles, Horace Ford Gillespie, Charlene Gower Glass, Clydelle Goins, Hilda Merle Gout, Guy J. Gray, George E. Green, La Verne Nix Green, Helen Gresham, Daniel James Haines, Billy Wayne Hairgrove, Reeves Haley, Grover Hall, Jr., Roy Hanna, Clinton Edward Hawkins, Sr., Hazel Willingham Hays, Willa D. Brown Hayter, Betty Jo Toews Heame, James Elbert Heaton, Jr., Verdine Helton, Elma Hawkins Henderson, J. C. Henderson, Luther Lafayette Herrin, Glenn E. Hill, James Granvil Hobson, Rudy Lee Holcomb, Maryvonne Hooks, Robin Lee Hooper, Jr., Elva L. Hurst, Charles Ray James, James Carroll Johnson, Edgar Johnston, John Morgan Jones, Maude Whitaker Jones, Minnie Pearl Smith Jones, Nell Wynn, D. Jones, Robert Lee Jones, Talmadge Leon Jones, Vermie Darby Jones, Lucy Marie Kennedy, Lela Hensley Kennerly, James Truman Kerr, James Ed King, John Anne Brooks Kyle, Curby Lacy. TEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE Student Congress Picnic STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SUMMER SCHOOL Sherman Cade Laird, Dura Heaton Lampin, Dan Moody Landers, Claud L. Langston, Winnie B. Langston, L. C. Lawrence, Cornelia Joyce Lawson, Virginia Hancock Lee, Bill Eugene Leediker, Faye Lewis, Madeline Lilly, Mrs. Beatrice O ' Quinn Liem, Donaline Lindsey, Charline Herrington Lively, Dolores La Von Lovell, Allie Lovett, Cecil Quinon Loy, Ruby G. Lloyd Maness, Oleta R. Mansinger, Allison Quitman Marks, Ouentin Wayne Marshall, Anola Satterwhite Martin, Ben Bruce Mayes, Jewell Tucker McCall, William Harmon McClain, Jewel Marsh McClure, Elaine McCoy, Carrie Lee McGaughey, William Oliver McKay, Jr., Bryan Wallace McKenzie, Jo Ann McKewen, John Deeder McLeod, Le Roy McPhail, Liilie Birdsong Miles, James Ernest Milstead, Eugene Marlon Minton, James A. Minton, Sadie Carolyn Mooney, Joe Edward Moore, Jackie Lee Ford Morris, Olsa Oswalt Morris, Minnie Alice Mullinix, Bennie Myers, James Warren Nesbitt, Lela Rhodes Nesmith, Tilden Vincsnt Nesmith, Jimmie Colonel Netters, Thelma McGilberry Null, Bessie Warr Oates, George Nathan Oliver, Bernard Joseph Ortscheid, George Denton Parsons, Jr., Charles C. Pate, Hiskle M. Perkins, Janie Spencer Perry, Stella Means Phares, Edwin Phiilips, Huey Dan Phillips, Hennie H. Pinkston, Abbie Gary Powell, Janie R. Power, Grace Grant Propes, Jewel Haskins Pruett, Norma Gayle Craig Ratiff, Jane Pate Rawson, Adelle Key Ray, Mary Johnston Read, Amma Borders Reagan, Mae Hope Weissinger Reid, Emilie S. Reinshart, Katie Lee Reynolds, Stewart C. Rice, Joyce La June Rictor, Jean Watson Rideout, Anna Beryl Rider, Jack Norris Roberson, Arrie Secrest Robertson, Mary Louise Roberts, Bessie D. Rogers, Buster Rogers, Charlsy G. Rogers, James Virgil Rogers, Lewis Miller Rogers, Stella Nations Rose, Hurchial G. Runnels, Ivy Strode Ruoche, Shirley Anderson Salter, Hazel Stewart Sanders, Ronald LeRoy Sauls, Jack Scates, Bobby Selden, Thelma McLendon Shattuck, Archie Nolan Shaver, Virginia D. Shaw, Hattie Joe Shillings, James Raymond Shindler, Vera Smelley Shindler, Mary Margaret Singleton, Madie Smith Skelton, Celesta P. Slack, Gerald Smith, James Patrick Smith, Marjorie Myrtle Smith, Dora Sparkman, Be ' h Drennan Spear, J. B. Spears, Ann Rhodes Stanfield, Minto Richardson Stanfield, Willie Rhea Stanley, Ruth Smith Stevens, Gladys Lerline Stokely, Lula Bell Strickland, Charles Allan Sullivan Charles Franklin Summers, Kenneth Darwin Summy, Thomas Franklin Tatum, Jack B. Taylor, Jacgueline Soles Taylor, James Wilson Taylor, Laurene Taylor, Mary Elaine Taylor, Elmer M. Thompson, Vada Pate Tinsley, Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Latrent Walker, Obie Miller Walker, William Robert Wallace, Lillie Lee Jones Ware, George Langford Warren, Bonnie Faulk Watson, Robert S. Waters, Wylma Pearl Watkers, Floyd Adolphus Watson, Hollis Chandler Watson, Wesley Lewis Whattley, Oran B. Wheeler, Jim Whitley, Bertha Wiggins, Roscoe Carl Williams, Ruthie May Williams, John Floyd Wilson, Ernestine McKen- zie Winkel, Winnie King Wisener, Alta Marie Woods, Ewell Thomas Wood, Lovada Harris Wood, Marvin Leon Woods, Samuel Joshua Wood, James D. Wright, Kathleen Horion Wright, William Robert Wyatt. ROW 1 Betty Adams Lufkin, B.B.A., Business Administration Louise Adams Center, B.S., Home Economics James Akery Port Arthur, M. A., Education Elton Alexander Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Kathleen Alford Center, B. A., Business Education Harold Anderson Jacksonville, B.S., Physical Education Jean Anderson Orange, B.S., Social Studies ROW 2 William Arnold Bryan, B.B.A., Accounting Shirley Bailey Wells, B.S., Science Viola Bailey Nacogdoches, B.S., Sociology Betty Ballow Henderson, B.A., English W. L. Bane Laneville, B.S., Speech Betty Barber Nacogdoches, B.B.A., Economics Hugh Bass Fairfield, B.S., Agriculture ROW 3 Donald Beal Lufkin, B.S., Elementary Education E. C. Beasley Many, B.F., Forestry Bill Beathard Kirbyville, B.B.A., Business Administration Paul Beauchamp Milam, B.S., Social Science Reba Beavers Center, B.S., Sociology Barbara Beck Port Neches, B.S., Music George Eugene Belch Waskom, B.A., Journalism and English ROW 1 ROW 2 Roland Bienvenue Porth Arthur, B.B.A., Business Administration Clement Birkmeyer Amarillo, M.A., Sociology C. O. Black Carthage, B.B.A., General Business Frank Blackburn Cushing, B.S., Math Heriberto Blanco Hatillo, Puerto Rico, B.A., Biology Anita Boles Mt. Enterprise, B.S., Home Economics Clovis O. J. Britton Long Branch, B.S., Math Marie Brown Beaumont, B.S., Art John Burgess Longview, B.A., Music Gary Burke Forest, B.B.A., General Business Chester Burkhalter Garrison, B.S., Agriculture Roland Burrows Nacogdoches, B.B.A., General Business Herman Byrd New Willard, B.F., Forestry Bob Cady Orange, B.S., Music ROW 3 Sharon Caldwell Longview, B.B.A., Commercial Subjects Shirley Caldwell Longview, B.B.A., Commercial Subjects Jack Carlton CiDclcett, B.B.A., Accounting Dorothy Chaney Mt. Enterprise, B.S., History Jack Christian Tenaha, B.A., English J. B. Christian Nacogdoches, B.S., Education Don Clark Nacogdoches, B.S., Biology Presenting Bill and Flo t .... ROW 1 Nicholas Clayton La Marque, B.S., Pre Med. Martha Nell Cogdill Lufkin, B..A, English Pattie Cole Nacogdoches, B.A., English John Ripley Colley Palestine, B.S., Math Glenn Cooper Nacogdoches, B.S., Education Claude Coopernger Vidor, B.S., Biology Connie Courtney Jasper, B.S., Chemistry ROW 2 Bessie Coussons Hemphill, B.S., Elementary Education Glenn Davis Chireno, B.S., Math Robert Dean Redland, B.S., History Frank Dobb Looneville, B.B.A., Accounting Charles Ray Doiron Nacogdoches, B.A., Math Jean Dossey Nacogdoches, B.S., Chemistry Charles Ray Douglas Jasper, B.F., Forestry ROW 3 Mary Lois Dunn Nacogdoches, B.A., Library Science M. P. Edmondson, Jr. Palestine, B.S., Business Administration Mary Jo Edmons Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Betty Jo Emberling Overton, B.S., Elementary Education Maxine Felder Alto, B. S., Elementary Education C. W. Fenner Lufkin, B.A., English Ethelwyn Foman Tyler, B.S., Government ROW 1 Alice Joyce Forse Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Patsy Forse Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Carl Foster Hemphill, B.S., Agriculture Reba Foster Hemphill, B.S., Home Economics Thomas Franks Timpson B.S., Elementary Education Kenneth Fulmer Nacogdoches, B.S., History and Government Joyce Gafford Sulphur Springs, B.S., Speech and English ROW 2 Mary Jean Gann Choice, B.M., Music Jerry Gartman Nacogdoches, B.S., Economics and P. E. Jeannine Gieson Cushing, B.S., Art Dan Giles Nacogdoches, B.S., Social Science Rose Glaze Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Kathryn Glenn Center, B.M., Music Nathan Goon San Augustine ROW 3 Juan Gonzales Areciba, Puerto Rico, B.A., Science Robert Goss Nederland, B.S., Science Ozzie Granling Henderson, B.S., Education Marjorie Gray Nacogdoches, B.S., Education W. T. Green Martinsville, B.B.A., Business Administration James Griggs Pollock, B.S., Social Studies Max Grigsby Nacogdoches, B.S., Chemistry Tuesday night at the S.U.B. •1 111 ROW 2 Armour Hays Laneville, B.S., Physical Education Thomas Hearne Henderson, B.S., Physical Education William Herrington Lufkin, B.S., Math Allene Hobson Rusk, B.S., Home Economics Dewey Holland Huntington, B.S., History Tom Holland Vidor, B.S., History Helen Hooker Carthage, B.S., Elementary Education ROW 3 James Maurice Hubbard Lufkin, B.B.A., Business Administration Joe Hubbard Rusk, B.S., Business Administration Mary Kate Hudman Mt. Enterprise, B.S., Home Economics LORENE HUTTASH Jacksonville, B. S., History and Education Robert Isom Bronson, B.F., Forestry Bill Jacobs Pasadena, B.B.A., Business Administration Darrell Jones Cayuga, B.BA., Business Administration ROW 1 ROW 2 George Keeling Mt. Enterprise, B.S., Math Evelyn Kennedy Jacksonville, B.A., English Mary Sue Kile Sabine, P.S., Physical Education Mary Lou Koster 3eaumont, B.S., Elementary Education Marie Lafler Kilgore, B.B.A., Commercial Subjects Robert Lamb Nacogdoches, B.A., Music Fritz Lewis Nacogdoches, B.S., Math Frank Lindsey, Jr. Jasper, B.S., Business Charles H. Linstrum Center, B.S., Sociology Willie B. Linthicum Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education John A. Long Junction, B.S., Physical Education Gordon Lowery Nacogdoches, B.S., History W. M. Lynch Denison, B.S., History Morris McCall Diboll, B.B.A., Accounting ROW 3 Fritz McCameron Nacogdoches, B.B.A., Accounting Jack McCants Palestine, B.S., Business James McCauley Garrison, B.S., Agriculture Peggy McClain Nacogdoches, B.S., Art LeRoy McClendon Nacogdoches, B.S., Social Studies Gladys McDaniel Bronson, B.S., Home Economics Ramona McDaniel Nacogdoches, B.S., Art ( takes a hat like Bailey ' s to give the low brow appeal. ROW ] Harold McGown Bronson, B.S., English and Journalism Billie George McKinney Lufkin, B.S., Elementary Education Billie McKinney Diboll, B.F., Forestry Dennis E. Maynard Nacogdoches, B.F., Forestry Ruth Maynard Nacogdoches, B.B.A., Commercial Subjects Pat Meadows Center, B.S., Economics Ray Mobley Nacogdoches, B.S., Agriculture ROW 2 Truman Milling Alvin, B.S., Physical Education Ray M. Miller Burkville, B.S., Chemistry James E. Milstead Nacogdoches, M.A., English and Journalism John Mills Nacogdoches, B.A., Speech Eugene Mitchell Overton, B.S., Math Billie Modisette Chester, B.S., Math and English Bebe Joyce Moore Jacksonville, B.S., Social Studies ROW 3 Kathleen Moore Garrison, B.S., Home Economics Charles Morgan Nacogdoches, B.A., Biology John Morris Henderson, B.S., Math Samuel F. Moses Lufkin, M.A., Chemistry Waline Mott Nacogdoches, B.S., Social Studies Gene Mullin Port Arthur, B.B.A., General Business John Mullins Jacksonville, B.S., Social Studies ROW 1 ROW 2 Charles Murdock Corsicana, B.S., Physical Education Bailey Nations Nacogdoches, B.S., English Maurine Newberry Nacogdoches, B.S., Social Studies Regnal L. Ounby Beaumont, B.S., Education Ralph Partin Nacogdoches, B.S., History Elizabeth Penny Cushing, B.S., Home Economics Peggy Joyce Pliler Longview, B.S., Home Economics Edwin Plummer Mexia, B.A., Math Albert Point Bay City, B.S., Physical Education Billy Popham Lufkin, B.A., Journalism Barbara Potts Price, B.A., Speech Arley Powers Sarepta, La., B.S., Social Studies Preston Prince Orange, B.S., Physical Education Judy Read Lufkin, B.S., Social Studies ■ i ) f r r 1 A Hi _ , « ROW 1 Betty Rulfs Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Margaret Rushing Joaquin, B.A., English Jerry Samford Center, B.S., Math and Speech Newlyn Samford Center, B.S., Physical Education Gene Shaw Jasper, B.S., Chemistry James Sheffield Spurger, B.A., English Floyd Simmons Jasper, B.S., History ROW 2 Virginia Sims Rusk, B.S., History Willie Mae Snow Hawkins, B.S., Home Economics Evelyn Sowell Nacogdoches, B.S., Elementary Education Billie Stewart Nacogdoches, B.S., Commerce Willie Stinson Douglas, B.S., Agriculture Jack Stone Nacogdoches, B.S., History Raymond St. Peter Beaumont, B.S., History ROW 3 Mollie Strode Appleby, B.B.A., Commercial Subjects Walter G. Swann Coipus Christi, B.S., Physical Education Jane Swanzy Center, B.S., Home Economics John C. Tischauser Nacogdoches, B.S., Social Studies Irwin Thompson Nacogdoches, B.S., Physical Education Paul J. Todd Freeport, B.A., Economics Max Tredwell Jacksonville B.S., Physical Education ROW 1 ROW 2 James E. Trimble Hawkins, M.A., Accounting Bert Tucker Jacksonville, B.A., English Mary Ulmer Kilgore, B.S., Physical Education Vernon Vick Port Arthur, B.S., Physical Education Frank Waggoner Jacksonville, B.S., Social Studies Charlie Fred Waller Corrigan, B.S., Speech Doyal Watson Poxton, B.S., Math Mack Watson Laneville, B.S., Math Ruby Jack Weatherly Cushing, B.S., Elementary Education Jean Westmoreland Nacogdoches, B.S., Math Anita Whitaker Mt. Enterprise, B.B.A., Business Administration Guy Whitaker Cushing, B.S., Physical Education Tommy A. White Hemphill, B.S., Agriculture Mozelle Whiteside Chester, B.B.A., Business Administration »f i 4 t HHHHHHHBHH %j V 1 - ROW 3 James Whitton San Augustine, B.S., Physical Education Thomas Whitton San Augustine, B.S., Speech Felix Wiggins Port Neches, B.B.A., Business Administration Milton Wilkinson Center, B.S., Social Studies Cleatis Williams Cushing, B.S., English Earlon Williams Cushing, B.A., Library Science Mary Frances Wilson Spurger, B.S., Home Economics Homecoming Cotiee ROW 1 Tom Wilson Lufkin, B.S., Physical Education Gene Woodell Grapeland, B.S., History Johnny Woolley Selman City, B.B.A., Business Administration Charles Wright Nacogdoches, M.A., Business Naomi Wright Lufkin, B.A., History Half-time at Corn Husking Bee ROW 2 John William Y ' Barbo Nacogdoches, M.A., Social Science Dowell Youngblood Center, B.S., Math Everett Youngblood Center, B.S., Agriculture Jerry Zelesky Lufkin, B.B.A., Accounting All students have now been exposed to nine months of traditions and aspirations that constitute Stephen F. Austin State College. To the leaders of tomorrow, the senior class presents a challenge to uphold these characteristics of the " Forty Acres " toward an even brighter tomorrow. This can be ac- complished through a unified student body that will lend a helping hand to other undergraduates. FIRST ROW Ben Adams Center Eloise Adams . . . Gene Paul Agleton Samuel C. Akin . . Ted Asimos Howard E. Athey . Alvin C. Baker, Jr. . Joyce Baker . . . Nacogdoches . . Houston Livingston Texarkana Kilgore . Henderson Jacksonville SECOND ROW Fannie Baldwin .... Tenaha J. D. Ball Overton June Barton Cushing Maurice P. Barton . . Henderson Faye Bennet Longview Jimmy Biggs Kilgore Jimmy D. Blackwell . . Henderson Edith Bland Alto THIRD ROW Bill Boley Cushing Wilma Jeanne Boyd .... Alto Iris Branton . . . Nacogdoches Jo Ann Brevell Lufkin Alvine Artie Britton, Nacogdoches Glyn Brock . . . Nacogdoches Gene Buckner .... Glenfawn Glenn Burke Forest FOURTH ROW Fred Burnaman . . Nacogdoches Bobby Burrows . . Nacogdoches Max R. Cagle Chireno La Verle Carrington . . . James Tom Chandler .... Jefferson Marlin O. Cheny . . Nacogdoches Jimmy Choate .... Nacogdoches Mary Frances Clark . . Bronson FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Mildred Frankie Cockrell, Joaquin John Arthur Denny . . Cushing Jean Hurst English Lufkin Russell Coco Beaumont Barbara Nell Dillen, Nacogdoches Donald Evans Monroe, La. John R. Colley . . Palestine James Ray Dunsmore . . . Alto Dick Ferguson Nacogdoches Tommy Cox . Nacogdoches Jean Durham . Lufkin Ouentin S. Ferrell . . . Dallas Ray E. Crocker . . . . Bronson Jimmy Eaves . . Longview Jane Fontenot Lulkin Lynn Currin . . . Kilgore Charles Ellis Longview Jack try . ... Overton Everett S. Darter . . Pineland Edward H. Emmons San Augustine Billy Ray Freeman Joaquin Mary Lou Davis Overton Harold English . Port Arthur Martin Freshour . . . Beaumont FOURTH ROW Bryan William Gatlin . Cushing Elton E. Glaze . Max Goldsberry . Yvonne Goodwin Betty Jean Ham . Calvin H. Hancock Kenneth Harrell . Joe R. Harris . . Center Jacksonville Shelbyville . Cushing Port Arthur . Woodville Carthage FIRST ROW Loretta Heath Alto James W. Henry . . . Henderson John Thomas Hill . . Beaumont Helen Holbrook . . Nacogdoches Tom F. Holland Vidor Elsie Holt Lufkin Frances Hooper . . Nacogdoches Jimmy Hooper .... Joaquin k „: J if C 3 SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW Adolph Hryhorchuk . Deweyville Joe L. Jones . . . . . . Center Hollis Lawrence Carthage Clifford Hurst . . Nacogdoches Mrs. David Josey Rusk Bonnie Lawson . . . Center James E. Huston . . . . Trinity Howard Jowers . . . Jacksonville Ira LeBlanc . . . . Port Arthur Margaret Irwin . . . Laneville Leo Kennedy . . . . Jacksonville Robert D. Lee . . . Nacogdoches Aleene Jackson . . . Overton Raybon King .... Woden Joseph Martin . . . Nacogdoches Juanita Jackson . Laneville Roy Knight . . . . . Carthage Ernest McCarty . . . Wells Charles James Chireno Lonnie Ladd . Lufkin Kenneth Matthews . . . Alamo Taylor " Sonny Johnson . Joajuin Ted Latham . . . . . . Newton Lane McClanahan . . . Lufkin FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Bob McCoy . . . Logansport, La. Jerry McMullen . . Nacogdoches Ed Morgan . . . Nacogdoches James Edwin McDaniel . . Atlanta Ulman McMullen . . . . Lufkin LeRoy Morris . . . Bronson Kester McGaughey . . . Lufkin Ted Means . Port Arthur John B. Motley . . Nacogdoches Earlean McGee . . Nacogdoches Currie Lee Meyer Columbus Jo Ann Muckleroy . . . . Alto Joyce McGehee . . Nacogdoches Gordon Miller . . . . Magnolia Billy Nations Nacogdoches Vera Joyce McLeroy, Nacogdoches Truman Milling . . . . Alvin Martha Ann Nelson Lufkin Pete McKinzie . . . Holletsville John L. Mondy . . Cushing Robert Nowasky . Deweyville James McKay . . . Lufkin Kelsey Moore Texarkana Leland Nunez . . Port Arthur FOURTH ROW Dillon Olds .... Nacogdoches Betty Oney Jefferson Jim Pass Longview Charles Peacock . . Nacogdoches Roy Pearce Appleby Martin Petkovsek . . Beaumont Norma Pitts . . . New London Alton Polk .... Jacksonville FIRST ROW Ruby Powell LaRue Joe Pruitt Laneville Wesley Pybus . . Nacogdoches Edward Ray Lufkin Loy Reid .... Nacogdoches Betty Sue Richards . Henderson E. J. Ritchey . . . Nacogdoches W. W. Robertson . . . Mal akoff 4 ' V P Jw - .MM Wrlm im SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW Dunkin Ruby . . . . . Luikin Bobby Singletary . . Jacksonville Betty Stoker . . . Beaumont Billie Rulfs . . . . Nacogdoches Doris Smith . . . . Hemphill Marguerite Stone . Nacogdoches Wilma Rusk . . . . . . Athens Edward Smith . . . . LaMarque Billie Sullivan . . Nacogdoches Homer Ryan Weslaco Ruth Sorenson Longview Richard L. Thomas . Nacogdoches Hollis Slaughter . . Port Neches Grady Stallings . . Nacogdoches Selma Thomas . . . . Marshall Daniel Satterwhite . . Cushing Ernest Ed Starkey . Jacksonville Paul Tischouser . . Nacogdoches Hazel Shaw . . . . Nacogdoches Steinman Stephens . Nacogdoches Loraine Titus . . . . . Pinehill Dorothy Shelton . Nacogdoches Von Rae Stephens . Nacogdoches Hubert Treadwell Jacksonville FIRST ROW Florence Tullos .... Leggett R. C. Vance ... St. Louis, Mo. Lovell R. Wallace . . Cushing Jean Warren .... Henderson Virginia Waters . . Huntington Elizabeth Watson . Mt. Enterprise Vernon L. Weaver . . . Cushing Wynell Webb Minden SECOND ROW Robert Wedgeworth . . . Jasper Joe Mack Welch .... Lufkin Carl West Hearne Bonnie White . . San Augustine William F. White .... Reklcrw Marvin Whitener . . . Carthage John Wilkins .... Gladewater Wayne Williams . . . Trinidad lea ' IP THIRD Winola Williams Bill Wilson . . Linda Wilson . Rebecca Wilson . Roy D. Wilson . Joe Dan Womack Johnny Wood . . Lucille Young . Burl Youngblood ROW . . . . Troup . . . . Lufkin . . . Center . Nacogdoches . . . Newville . . . . Tenaha . Nacogdoches . . Jacksonville . . Huntington FIRST ROW Doyal Adkison Lufkin Nolan Alders .... Nacogdoches James Ray Allen . . . Henderson William Allen .... Jacksonville Bobbye Andrews Rusk Mildred Baker . . . Ranshaw, Pa. Charles Bane ...... Laneville Mary Lois Bane .... Laneville SECOND ROW Joe F. Banks Cushing George Barclay .... Kountze Jo Ann Bass .... Martinsville Billy Bates .... Nacogdoches Bobby Beard Crockett Jackie Bond Orange Pat Bowser Lufkin Sara Bess Brookshire . Nacogdoches THIRD ROW Joann Browning .... Beckville Elvin T. Britton . . . . Carthage Marilyn Bruyere .... Longview Nan Bullock Cushing C. B. Burris Lufkin Janice Butler Chireno Helen Caldwell . Wellington Gibson Carter .... Huntington FOURTH ROW Sally Ann Cole . . . Jacksonville Donnie M. Courtney . . . Jasper Gene Chamness .... Douglass Mary Ann Cheever .... Donna Martha Childress .... Lufkin Wilda Choate . . . Nacogdoches F. M. Crump Timpson Max Cruseturner .... Cushing FIFTH ROW George Culbertson .... Lufkin Edwin Daugherty .... Kilgore Sue Davidson . . . Sulphur Springs Marianne Daw .... Joaquin George Decoux . . . Port Arthur Margaret Doss . . . Nacogdoches Donald Douglass .... Lufkin James Driggers . . . Nacogdoches FIRST ROW Dixie Dubose Jasper Mary Lou Durham Diboll Thomas Eakin Timpson Juanita Edwards . . . Nacogdoches Don Estes Nacogdoches Sue Ferguson . . . Nacogdoches Odis Fenton .... Mt. Enterprise Nell Florey Kilgore SECOND ROW Cecile Ford Humble Burton Forse Newton Edwin Fitts Timpson Kenneth Fox Alto Gethrei. Franke .... Beaumont George David Beaumont Garland Green . Martinsville Hunter Garrison .... Garrison THIRD ROW Claude Gatewood . . Nacogdoches Janice Gatlin Cushing Hildred Goodwin . . San Augustine Joe Goforth Overton Roy Earl Gramling . . New London Edward Grimes Mineola Patricia Groves . . . Jacksonville Willimae Gwin . . . Apple Springs J. 11U FIRST ROW Anna Royce Hughes .... Lufkin Curtis Innerarity .... Keltys Florence Jameson .... Houston Nadine Jimmerson .... Baytown DeLois Johnson Lufkin Fred Johnson Humble Tommie Johnson . . . Nacogdoches Eddie Joiner Nacogdoches SECOND ROW D ' Juana Jones . . . Port Neches George Jones Orange Henry C. Jones .... Kirbyville Jenell Jones Athens Wynelle Jones Cayuga Carolyn Keeling . . . Long Branch Helen King Nacogdoches Mildred Knight Bessmay THIRD ROW Charlsie Lacy . . . San Augusline Nolan Landry .... Port Arthur Randall Lea .... Nacogdoches Carolyn Lippard . . . Nacogdoches Canty Leverett Overton Dorothy Liles .... Nacogdoches Sidney Lister . . . San Augustine David Littlefield .... Houston FOURTH ROW Joan Lowrie Henderson Celia Maynard . . . Nacogdoches Bernard McCoy . . . Nacogdoches Hubert McCray Vidor H. N. McElroy Humble Joyce McGehee . . . Nacogdoches Clarence McGuire . . . Bronson Wanda McLelland . . . Wortham FIFTH ROW Alfred McMullen .... Chireno William Miller . . . Nacogdoches Floyd Mills .... Nacogdoches John Mixon Cushing Anna Murray Reklaw Dan Newell Jacksonville Ira Newman .... Nacogdoches Betty Sue Olds Orange FIRST ROW Benny O ' Rear .... Shelbyville Carrie Lou Parks .... Chester Donald Parrish . . . Nacogdoches James Parrish .... Port Neches Thomas Pate .... Nacogdoches Harold Pate Hemphill Billy Patrick .... Port Arthur William Pearson .... Pollock SECOND ROW Billy Penny .... Mt. Enterprise Claudia Pessarra . . Port Arthur Harry Petty .... Nacogdoches Jerry Pickett .... Port Neches Doris Pittman Cushing Frances Poe Lufkin Hubert Poskey .... Nacogdoches Bobbie Potts Price THIRD ROW James Pratt Hemphill Joy Prince Nacogdoches James Ramsey Timpson Frances Ray Hemphill Charles Reeves Lufkin Van Risin ger Reklaw Ramona Roberts . . . Nacogdoches Doris Jean Robinson . Nacogdoches FOURTH ROW Glenda Rudd Center William Saunders . . . Port Neches Carey Sayers Lufkin Betty Schochler . . . Jacksonville James Sheffield Spurger Marian Shoubrouek . . . Leggett Gary Smith Lufkin Jerry Smith Jacksonville FIFTH ROW Peggy Smith Lufkin Hollis Slaughter . . . Port Neches Bobby Sullivan . . . Nacogdoches Herman Sweeney . . . Toaro, Va. Luther Swift .... Nacogdoches Doris Talley Beaumont Pat Talmadge .... Nacogdoches Martha Tannery . . . Nacogdoches FIRST ROW Edgar Taylor ... . . Center John Temple Lufkin Grady Tobias Forrest Patricia Ann Townsend . . Pollock Jack Turner Price Lynette Underwood, New Summerfield Ju anita Vick Blessing SECOND ROW Dorothy Wallington, N. Orleans, La. Edward Welch Jasper Joe Wells Itasca Harold West Kirbyville Doris White .... Nacogdoches McXie Whitton . . San Augustine Miriam Whitton . . San Augustine THIRD ROW Alma Ruth Williams . Nacogdoches Frances Williams . . Beaumont Harry Williams . . . Mauriceville Mary Kathryn Williams, S. Augustine Virginia Williams .... Garrison Winston Williams .... Lufkin A. G. Wilson Overton FOURTH ROW Charles Wilson Center Gilbert Wofford . . San Augustine Willie Earl Woods . . . Bronson Elbert Woodrome . . . Woodville Jim Woolverton . . Mt. Enterprise FIFTH ROW H. V. Wooten Humble Billy Worsham Joaquin Giles Wright . . . San Augustine Kenneth Wyatt .... Marshall Clarita Youngblood . . . Lufkin FIRST ROW Etheldra Adams . . . Selman City Vevey Alexander . . Port Neches Elwood Allred Groves Rudy Allred Groves Bill Anger Beaumont Joan Annand Lufkin Alfred Atwood .... Houston Doris Baker Houston SECOND ROW Wilma Baldree Bronson Rayford Barrett .... Garrison Freida Barton Overton Wilma Jean Barton . Apple Springs Dorothy Bell Pineland David Billingsley . . . Timpson Marvin Birmingham . . . Jefferson Victoria Blackburn .... Lufkin THIRD ROW William Blevins Joaquin Leroy Bobbitt Augusta Janet Bowers Lufkin Marie Boren .... San Augustine Patsy Bragg Bronson Gordon Brashear Diboll Rodney Brazil Lufkin Betty Brookshire . . . Gladewater FOURTH ROW Dorothy Jean Brunner . . . Jasper Mable Buchanan . . Nacogdoches Maury Burks Trawick Jerry Burks Lufkin Clifford Byars Lufkin James Cahal Port Arthur Susie Mae Cain .... Deweyville Joy Caldwell . . . San Augustine FIFTH ROW Jerry Campbell . . . Nacogdoches Jack Chance Joinerville Billie Childress Lufkin Ruby Childers . . . Nacogdoches Doris Chiskolm . . . Selman City Lila Mae Chism Kilgore Franklin Clayton ... La Marque Anna Veleda Clements . Cleveland FIRQT ROW f PDMrl T ( ' r ( " UX3 fl M r lfM Tf 1T no prir IrDor T r ( " " iT t imq Alvin Tun a q f ni t im Ti m rr on ■ 1 1111 JJoWl 1 RtT T PnilRTMFV Jerry Ann Crawford . Nacogdoches Natalia Crenwelge Overton SECOND ROW Lyndal Davis Jasper Patricia Davis .... Port Arthur Ann Dean Jasper Ernestine DeBerry .... Mexia Nellie DeVore Bronson Sybil Dickerson Bronson Forrest Dillon . . . Nacogdoches Homer Dillon Orange THIRD ROW Hazel Dudley Houston Betty Durrett .... Maydelle Wrennetta Dykes .... Kilgore Max English Kennard Lewis Ernest Lufkin Evan Evans Jasper Larry Evans .... Colorado City Patricia Fairchild . . Nacogdoches FOURTH ROW Buford Finley Marlin R. L. Flowers .... Wright City Kitty Folden .... Nacogdoches Wilson Folden . . Nacogdoches Forrest Forse Pineland Dwaynne Foster . . . Nacogdoches Donald Franklin .... Newton Evangeline Franks . . . Stockman FIFTH ROW Laverne Free . . Pleasant Hill, La. Sandra Fulmer . . . Nacogdoches Billie Ruth Garrison . . . Lufkin Dorothy Gay .... Nacogdoches LaJuan George Center Elizabeth Goodwin .... Lufkin Joyce Gray .... Nacogdoches Barbara Greer Chireno FIRST ROW Jonnie Lou Gunn . . Nacogdoches Mattie Halbert .... Chireno Earl Hall Port Arthur Norris Lee Hall . . West Columbia Vernon Hall .... Jacksonville Sue Jean Halton . . . Nacogdoches Barbara Hanka Houston Robert Noble Harris . . . Geneva SECOND ROW Bobby Hart .... Nacogdoches Bobby Partin Hart . . Nacogdoches Janice Harvey . . . Nacogdoches Robert Havard Lulkin Mary Hayes Lufkin Sylvia Helpinstill . . Nacogdoches Milton Hester .... Port Arlhur John Hext Jasper THIRD ROW Bobbie Hickman .... Joaquin Frances Hines Karnack Garland Honeycutt . . . Timpson Ila Verne Hooper . . Nacogdoches Betty Faye Hooper . . . Longview Dorothy Hubbard .... Lufkin Allene Huffman .... Bronson F. M. Hughes Center FIRST ROW Kenneth Langston .... Orange Doris Rae Lavines . . Deweyville Hilda Lee Greggton Dale Leggett .... Port Neches Laurene Lindley Jasper Jo Ann Lindsey .... Timpson Sue Lindsey Longview Louella Loewen .... Orange SECOND ROW Mary Frances Logan . . . Lufkin Tommy Logan Beaumont Geri Long Redland Harold Lovell Weches Lacy Lovell Crockett Gilbert Low Geneva Joyce Lynch Cherino Carol McBride . . . Nacogdoches jr It . ITS fa Hi ' ' Hit Br- ' h Jr. i % 1 • if " 5 f it mrM THIRD ROW Bill McCoy .... Logansport, La. Bryan McCarty Lufkin Frances McCauley .... Center Billy McCurry . . . Nacogdoches Bob McDaniel Atlanta Eloise McGee Timpson Thomas McGee . . . Nacogdoches Charles McIntosh .... Lufkin FOURTH ROW Jessie McLain Garrison Joe Tom McMillien . . Geneva James Ray McSwain . . . Center Voncille McVicker .... Lufkin Jimmy Mahoney . . . Nacogdoches Richard Massart .... Hillister Murline Matkin Center Gerald Maynard Alto FIFTH ROW Sara Lou Mays Jasper Billie Modisette .... Chester Billy Mooney Woden Charles Moore .... Augusta Edna Morgan Waller Morris Muckleroy . . Nacogdoches James Murdock Elkhart Bobbie Lee Nelson .... Lufkin FIRST ROW Arthur Nesmith Lufkin Ima Jewel Norsworthy . . . Lufkin Loulabell Oates .... Joaquin Alice O ' Rear .... Shelbyville Donald O ' Rear . . . Shelbyville Barney Overall Rusk Rae Beth Parrott . . Nacogdoches Frances Ann Partin . . Naogdoches SECOND ROW Billie Patterson Woden Frank Peck La Marque Charles Penny Cushing Dudley Peters Timpson Otis Pierce Timpson Joe Pinson .... Nacogdoches Mary Lynn Pippin . . . Jacksonville Josephine Pittman . . . Colmesneil THIRD ROW Mary Jane Power . . . Nacogdoches Betty Nell Prince Orange Odis Procella . . . . Hemphill Floyd Pyle Houston Anita Ramsey Alto Dorothy Jean Ratcliff . Colmesneil Artis Ratley Carthage Mary Read Lufkin V . A 4. A fr FOURTH ROW Jean Redmond Longview Gene Register Haslam Selben Reissig Jasper Virginia Richey . . . Nacogdoches William Rives .... Henderson Mildred Roberts Lufkin Malcolm Rodrigues . . Nacogdoches Martha Roe Karnack FIFTH ROW Ernest Rogers .... Wiergate Lionel Rusk Lufkin Mary Russell Karnack Jacqueline Sears .... Pineland Marilyn Self Cushing Louis Shaddock Lufkin Bobbie Short Pineland Carolyn Simpson .... Groves FIRST ROW Janette Singletary .... Jasper Margie Ann Singletary . . . Alto Annette Skipper Lufkin Harold Smith Hemphill Jo Anne Smith Redland Robert Smith Kirbyville Thelma Smith .... Nacogdoches Peggy Spence Crockett SECOND ROW Jane Spurlin .... Nacogdoches Ernest Starkley . . . Jacksonville Eddie Stone New London Charlotte Strasse Marlene Strickland Joan Stripling Jackie Sturrock Jimmie Sturrock Houston Lufkin Nacogdoches Colmesneil Colmesneil THIRD ROW Charity Sweeney . . Shamokin, Pa. Delray Talley .... Douglas Juanell Temple .... Beaumont Dewitt Thomas Chireno Charles Tidmore . . . Lamarque Curtis Trauhorn .... Bronson Valden Trotti .... Port Arthur Craig Tucker . . . Nacogdoches FOURTH ROW Jimmie Tunstall .... Kennard Jerry Ann Turner .... Kilgore Jo Nell Turner .... Garrison Mary Elizabeth Vincent . . Lufkin Cynthia Vining . . . Mt. Selman Richard Voigtel . . Nacogdoches Charles Walker Lufkin Dena Wallace .... Cushing FIFTH ROW Ruth Watson .... Nacogdoches Mary Jane Webb . . . Galveston Shirley Jo Weeks .... Lufkin Patsy White Bronson Imogene Whitton .... Bronson Joyce Wilburn Houston Armetta Willard . . . Caldwell Bette Williams . . . . Center The Senator ' s representative . . . Our leather clad Mr. Freshman, Jim . . . Leading the parade down Main street. The harem seems to be the attraction here . . . Time out tor entertainment trom Jimmy Sturrock and Dub Stephens . . . FRESHMEN PARADE BEAUTIES OF STEPHEN F. MISS JEAN DOSSEY CHEMISTRY CLUB KATHRYN GLENN A Cappella Choir BARBARA HANKA Barristers ALEENE JACKSON Foresters BEAUTIES S. F. A. FLORENCE JAMESON SYLVIA JONES Sawyers Pine Burr MARY LOU KOSTER PEGGY McCLAIN BILLIE GEORGE McKINNEY Fidele Arts Inc. Future Teachers PAT STEPHENS JO ANN WILLIS Ellen H. Richards Theatre Guild OTHER BEAUTIES MISS JEAN DOSSEY HOMECOMING QUEEN MR. and MISS S. F. A. HERMAN (RIP) BYRD RAMONA McDANIEL FAVORITES i fa SOPHOMORE E. J. RITCHEY DORIS PITTMAN FRESHMAN RAYFORD BARRETT DORIS JEAN ROBINSON TED ASIMOS W. L. BANE BILL BEATHARD RIP BYRD WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN BESSIE COUSSONS JEAN DOSSEY CHARLES RAY DOUGLASS KENNETH FULMER LORETTA HEATH MAURICE HUBBARD ROBERT L. LAMB MORRIS McCALL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES JERRY SAMFORD JANE SWANZY DOROTHY SHELTON BETTY STOKER Bessie Coussons, James Akery T. C. Stephens, Pat Stephens Pat Bowser, Billy Popham BESSIE COUSSONS, JAMES AKERY Friendliest girl and boy T. C. STEPHENS, PAT STEPHENS . . . Most handsome boy and most beautiful girl PAT BOWSER, BILLY POPHAM Best boy and girl dancer CHARLES RAY DOUGLAS, ALEENE JACKSON Cutest boy and girl REBA AND CARL FOSTER Cutest married couple FAYE BENNETT, GENE WOODELL Wittiest boy and girl THE AUSTINITE POLL Charles Ray Douglas, Aleene Jackson Reba and Carl Foster Faye Bennett, Gene Woodell JEAN DOSSEY, RIP BYRD Most popular boy and girl DICK FERGUSON, NELL FLOREY Dumbest boy and girl JUNE BARTON, GENE PAUL AGLETON, BILLIE GEORGE McKINNEY .... Most typical college students MRS. MAURICE CECIL, MR. WELDON WRIGHT . Favorite man and woman teachers JO ANN MUCKLEROY, BILLY POPHAM Cutest couple AT STEPHEN F. AUSTIN .ne Barton, Gene Paul Agleton, Bilhe George McKinney Mrs. Maurice Cecil, Mr. Weldon Wright ]o Ann Muckleroy, Billy Popham Campus activities that constitute a well- rounded educational and social program are portrayed through the glimpse of the snapshots that catch students in their daily and traditional routines. Freshman Day, Homecoming activities, parties, picnics, favorite pals, and even snow fun are pre- sented in their unposed setting. It is these adventures that help the faculty members produce a better citizen to cope with the world of today. Needed coffee after that game, kids . . . Looks like the boys missed this party . . . Some of the beauties on review . . . Christmas dinner at Gibbs Hall. It must taste good, girls . . . The gathering ol the Pine Burr Exes . . . Secret is out now . . . And a " Happy New Year to all " . . . We are the Foresters . . . Believe hats are the vogue. - No secrets at the party, boys . . . And if I get President . . . Clowns to Prince Charming at the Costume ball . . . The swimming pool must be close. Amities on reserve . . . Lambda Gammas get entertainment plus . . . Spotlight on Marie and D ' Juana . . . Feeding by the Foresters . . . Some Fidele Ranch hands . . . Eager to shake the prof ' s hand. Wait until your time to play . . . Down, but not out . . . Strike up the band, boys . . . Here comes the bride . . . Law west of the Pecos . . . What is the score, Hubert? It could be love . . . Tell us, too . . . Waiting lor the bus? Get the lish ready, Glenn . . Brothers and girls . . . Sigma Gammas on review. Looks like the game was postponed . . Did the coftee help, Helen? . . . Who threw the first one, Mozelle? . . . Birds of a feather. 1 LUMBERJACKS TED L. JEFFERIES Head Coach HAROLD FISCHER R. W. PARKER Assistant Coaches S.F.A. ' s football coaching staff is capably directed by Ted L. Jefferies, also the director of athletics, who in four seasons has guided Lumberjack grid teams to three second-place finishes in the tough Lone Star Conference. The former Centenary star is ably assisted by Harold Fischer, who won all-American honors as a University of Texas guard, and R. W. Parker, another Centenary grad. Fischer, like Jefferies, is serving his fourth year at S.F.A., while Parker came here in 1950. The 1950 Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks ON THE GRIDIRON LUMBERJACKS LOBO ' S SPOIL S.F.A. admittedly had to depend upon the colorful activities of the gridiron for its consolation on Homecoming Day, No- vember 4. Sul Ross ' veteran Lobos, play- ing their first year in the Lone Star Con- ference in which they finished first, smashed the Lumberjacks, 34-7, to spoil a portion of the annual celebration. BILL DAVIS, Back TAMES DRAKE, Back GEORGE DeCOUX, Tackk JIMMY EAVES, Guard HAROLD ENGLISH, Back BUDDY GILLIS, Tackh JACK FRY, Back JOE GOFORTH, Tackle ALTON GEISENDORFF, Tackle EARL HALL, Back The ' Jacks got off to a whirl- wind start in the 1950 campaign by winning their first two games. With Vernon Vick scor- ing the winning touchdown on a pass from Hollis Slaughter, the Axemen edged East Texas Baptist, 7-0, here September 16. A week later, September 23, they racked up victory number two in trouncing Mexico City, 49-6, there. COP FIRST TWO GAMES HOMECOMING, 34-7 The defeat was cushioned by the out- standing performances of 20 high school bands and those from S.F.A. and Sul Ross, as well as by the appearance of Her Majesty, Jean Dossey, queen of the 1950 Homecoming celebration. Accompanied by James Ogg, president of the SFA Ex- Students ' Association, and football team Captain Jack Carlton, Miss Dossey was presented before the start of the game. Excitement reigns on the side lines as well as in the game. PEARMAN HARDY, Guard FRED JOHNSON, Center DON HUGHES, Back O ' NEAL INGRAM, Tackle LARRY JAMES, End IRA LEBLANC, Back NOLAN LANDRY, End BENNY JOE LaPRADE, Tackle JACKS FINISH SECOND IN 1950 Lone Star Conference Standings Team W L T Pet. Sul Ross 3 1 .877 Stephen F. Austin 2 2 .500 Southwest Texas 2 2 .500 East Texas 1 2 1 .375 Sam Houston 1 3 .250 THE ROAD GOT ROCKY After winning its first two games, SFA hit a rocky road in the third and fourth encounters. Southwestern U. handed the Lumberjacks their first setback by a 7-0 margin here September 30. Louisian a Tech then followed suit in Ruston Oc- tober 7, beating the locals 21-6. S. F. A. SNAPS BACK WITH WINS Two impressive victories lifted Lumberjack fans out of the doldrums of the previous setbacks. Win number three of the season was registered by the Axmen here October 14, when they trounced by a 21-0 score Southeastern Louisiana College, conqueror of mighty Auburn the week before. And the fourth SFA triumph came Oc- tober 21 in San Marcos, where the ' Jacks beat Southwest Texas, 21-14, spoiling the latter ' s Home- coming celebration. It was SFA ' s first conference game. EARL LITTLE, Back JAMES McDANIEL, Guard CHARLES McINTOSH, Back STEVE MEXIA, Back CURRIE LEE MEYER, Tackle GENE MULLEN, Tackle FRANK MUSTO, Back LEROY OWENS, Back CONFERENCE SLI WINS IN LAST SECOND Southwestern Louisiana Institute, a team SFA has neve r beaten, scored on the last play of the game October 28 in Lafayette to beat the Lumberjacks 20-13. For nearly three quar- ters, during which the Axmen led, it looked as if the jinx would be at last broken. But a series of last-half breaks which went against them spelled defeat number three for the locals. EAST TEXAS FALLS, BUT NOT BEARKATS Sweet revenge for a lot of past defeats was reaped here November 10 by the Lumberjacks who topped East Texas, 19-13, in a conference game. End Bill Beathard stole the show, snagging three touchdown passes to pave the way for the SFA victory. The loss toppled East Texas out of a chance to share the LSC crown. In the season finale November 18, in Hunts- ville, however, the ' Jacks lost to an inspired Sam Houston eleven, 20-6. The setback left SFA with a season record of five wins and five losses and in second place in the conference standings. Almond and Beathard break up pass against Louisiana Tech IIM OWEN, Center DELBERT PROPES, Back ED PARRISH, End VERNON REDD, Back LANGSTON PATE, End HOMER RYAN, Center GERALD PICKETT, End JACK SERPASS, Back JAMES SIMMONS, Tackle HOLLIS SLAUGHTER, Back GORDON STRICKLAND, Tackle GERALD THORNTON, Back HOWARD TISDALE, Tackle MAX TREADWELL, End VERNON VICK, Center FELIX WIGGINS, Back SUCCESSFUL SEASON CLOSES Touchdown at Louisiana Tech. Lobos stopped alter short gain. I CHEERLEADERS Following in the tradition of all the SFA cheerleaders, the cheerleaders of 1950-51 have proved to be the spark-plug of school spirit. The cheerleaders appeared at the first football game of the season and from that time have partici- pated in almost every school activity. They lead yells at all the home games and many out-of-town games. The cheerleaders held Thursday and Saturday morning pep rallies, and led several pep rallies downtown. They held a 3 A. M. pep rally to send the team off to Mexico City, helped in the homecoming parade, were in charge of the bonfire pep rally, held a midnight rally at President Boynton ' s to ask for a holiday after a victory over the favored East Texas State, and when basketball season came, they were leading yells on the hardwood side- lines. The cheerleaders were: Ben Adams, Center; June Barton, Cushing; Pat Bowser, Lufkin; Jerry Gartman, Nacogdoches; Billie Sullivan, Nacog- doches; and Charlie Waller, Corrigan. Top, Pat Bowser, Head Cheerleader; June Barton, Billie Sullivan, Bottom, Charlie Waller, Ben Adams, Jerry Gartman. Coach Glenn Rose LUMBERJACKS Coach of the Stephen F. Austin State College Basketball team is the famed Glen Rose, whose nation-wide reputation has been made with winning teams in two top conferences. At the University of Arkansas, his alma mater, the towering mentor coached five Southwest confer- ence championship teams. In three seasons at SFA, Rose has had an equally impressive record that includes a Lone Star Conference Champion- ship in 1948-49. Playing one of the toughest schedules in recent years, the 1950-51 Stephen F. Austin State College basketball team compiled a very respectable record. Against non-conference foes, the Lumberjacks won eight games and lost seven. In Lone Star Conference competition they did much better, winning more than two- thirds of those contests. Members ot Lumberjack Basketball Team. HARDWOOD CAMPAIGN In non-conference action, the Lumberjacks won two-game series from two of their eight opponents, split with four others, and lost both games to but one. They defeated Howard Payne and St. Edwards Uni- versity in the clean sweeps. Splits came with Cen- tenary, Lamar, Rice, and East Texas Baptist. Houston University beat SFA once, with the second game be- ing cancelled because of ice and snow. One of the greatest individual performances of all time by a Lumberjack player came in the Rice game here December 28, when Ted Asimos scored 41 points. The V2 " junior guard from Texarkana tallied 15 field goals and 1 1 free throws in setting an individual- scoring record for Aikman gymnasium. Asimos fol- lowed up the Herculean feat with his finest offensive and defensive season to play a highly instrumental part in SFA ' s fine showing. Bond contends with East Texas Baptist Tigers. Ciuseturner and Free give Gents trouble. BASKETBALL AT SEASON ' S SCORES Own Opp. Opponent Score Score TEXAS WESLEYAN 59 64 CENTENARY . 56 65 CENTENARY 46 43 LAMAR 60 61 HOUSTON U. 52 53 HOWARD PAYNE ... 79 55 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 65 69 RICE 84 72 RICE 41 76 SAM HOUSTON 72 55 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST 83 64 SUL ROSS 73 38 Own Opp. Opponent Score Score TEXAS WESLEYAN 39 54 ST. EDWARDS ' 79 61 HOWARD PAYNE 77 60 HOUSTON U. Cancelled SUL ROSS 75 50 SOUTHWEST TEXAS 36 65 ST. EDWARDS ' 58 53 EAST TEXAS .... 62 61 LAMAR 68 55 SAM HOUSTON 61 49 SOUTHWEST TEXAS 57 65 EAST TEXAS 59 71 Herbert Branch Guard La verne Free Center Maury Burk Forward Gerald Heffernan Center Max Cruseturner Forward James Johnston Forward Bobby Flanagan Guard SFA The 1950-51 Lumberjack basketball team en- joyed the rare distinction of defeating Sam Hous- ton, SFA ' s arch-rival, in Huntsville. When they beat the Bearkats, 61-49, on the enemy ' s home court February 22, it marked the first Lone Star Conference victory there for SFA since the 1935-36 season. Only three times since the conference founding in 1931 have the Lumberjacks triumphed in Huntsville. And only five times in history have they performed the feat. The 1928-29 and 1943-44 teams both won over Sam Houston there, but the games were non-conference matches. Asimos ties the ball with Centenary Johnston sinks a tree shot. The only senior on the Lumberjack team is 6 ' 3 " James " Johnny " Johnston, captain for the 1950-51 season. The three year letterman who led the con- ference in scoring last sea- son, is the kingpin in the SFA attack. His 368 points in 1949-50 earned John- ston all-conference honors. Kelsey Moore Forward Earl Tipton Guard Billy Patrick Forward Harry Williams Forward Johnston pushes in two or Jacks. JACKS FINISH SECOND IN CONFERENCE LONE STAR CONFERENCE 1950-51 Basketball Standings Team W L Pet. Southwest Texas 7 1 .875 Stephen F. Austin 5 3 .625 East Texas 5 3 .625 Sam Houston 3 5 .375 Sul Ross 8 .000 lames Johnston, leading scorer in the Lone Star Conference for the second straight year, made 369 points this season. Other leading SFA scorers were: Ted Asimos, 332; Leonard Lamb, 229; Herbert Branch, 169; and Jackie Bond, 131. Branch, Lamb, and Asimos protect lead over St. Edwards ' . TRACK The Lumberjack track team under the guidance of Coach R. W. Parker began jogging around the cinder path of Memorial Stadium the first of January. Coach Parker in his first season at Stephen F. Austin was faced with a re-building program. The 1951 team was formed around the nucleus of eight veteran thinly- clads that included: Billy Patrick, of Port Arthur, who high jumped an even six feet last year tying for the Lone Star Conference title; Jimmy Bonsall, Port Ar- thur, who tied for first in the LSC meet in pole vault- ing with 13 feet; Gerald Thornton, Athens, winner of the shot put event in the 1950 LSC meet; George Bar- clay, Kountze, third-place winner in the discus throw; Homer Ryan, Weslaco, high hurdler; H. N. McElroy, R. W. PARKER, Head Track Coach. Humble, sprint and dash man; Adolph Hryhorehuk, Deweyville, high jumper; and Mike Robertson, Mal- akoff, mile and 880-yard dashman. J 95 i Lumberjack Team. First Row — Raymond McCauley, H. N. McElroy, Bob Burrows, Jack Fry, Bill Davis, Jim Huston, Bobby Jo Knox. Second Row — R. W. Parker, Coach; LeRoy Owens, Adolph Hryhorehuk, Kenneth Almond, George Barclay, Nolan Landry, Homer Ryan, Gerald Thornton, Harold West. Ryan, Burrows, McElroy, Huston, Hrydorehuk. TRACK PROSPECTS The veteran tracksters participated in dual track meets with Sam Houston, the Lone Star Conference Meet and the Texas Relays. The 1951 team is ex- pected to compete in these events with other meets of importance scheduled. Newcomers with the events in which they participated in high school in- clude: Kenneth Almond, Port Neches, sprint and mile relay; Jimmy Hooper, Joaquin, dash and sprint relay; Billy Davis, Overton, sprint relay; Jack Fry, Overton, sprint and mile relay; Billy Joe Knox, Crockett, sprints; Bob Bur- rows, Nacogdoches, low hurdles and broad jump; Jim Huston, Coffeeville, Ala., mile relay, dash, and pole vault; Raymond McCauley, Carlisle, middle distances; Nolan Landry, Port Arthur, high hurdles and relay; Jim Booth, Overton, high jump; Roy Wilson, New- ville, relay; and Benny LaPrade, Edge- wood, shot put. OTHER SPORTS A varied athletic program at SFA gives every student an ample opportunity to choose his favorite form of sport, for both recreation and varsity teams. On al- most any spring afternoon every little nook on the campus is being used for some athletic contest. When the weather permits, the tennis courts, swimming pool, soft ball field, track and golf facilities are well taken care of. Table tennis, badmin- ton, and volleyball are campus favorites when the weather frowns on outside sports. SPORT SNAPS Stephen F. Austin has a right to be proud of its athletic program. As do most schools, emphasis has been placed on the " big three " in collegiate competition: football, basketball, and baseball. The 1950 football team ranked second in the Lone Star Conference, while Glenn Rose coached his team also to second place and the 1950 baseball team tied Sam Houston for leadership. A fairly broad program has been embraced and the school fields teams in tennis and track which has been victims of the de-emphasis program on minor sports at SFA. The lovers of these sports are still hoping that someday more interest will be shown whether it becomes self-supporting or not. TENNIS The 1950 Lumberjack tennis team ranked second in the Lone Star Confer- ence. Exchange conference games were played against South West Texas, East Texas State, and Sam Houston. Members of the team included Rudy Bowden, Tru- man Milling, Gene Paul Agleton, Kenneth Fox, and Jerry Gartman. Playing doubles were Bowden with Milling and Agleton with Fox. The players were coached through the season by Glen Rose who worked hard to secure improvements in the tennis con- ditions at Stephen F. Austin. The racket wielders for 1951 promise to be a thorn to competition in the conference with Bowden, Agleton, Milling and Fox returning for their third year of play. Joe Pinson will serve as alternate. Kenneth Fox, Rudy Bowden, Truman Milling, Gene Paul Agleton, Jerry Gartman. The team in action. MEN ' S Roundballer championship infra- mural team. The purpose of the intramural program is to provide good wholesome activities for those students who are not members of the varsity squad engaged in that particular sport. This program includes football, basket- ball, volleyball, and softball. The 1950 football intramural championship was won by the Roundballers, composed of members of the varsity basketball team. This was accomplished by winning seven games with no defeat. The Foresters fin- ished second, with the Eagles and Sawyers tied for third. INTRAMURAL S Basketball intramural action. Sawyer team The early deadline which had to be met made it impossible for us to have a com- plete intramural sports section. The bas- ketball tournament was divided into two leagues. League A, won by the Sawyers, was composed of the Crackerjacks, Cooneys, B.S.U., Lambda Gamma, and Texans. The Foresters headed the list for League B. Other members included: Old Folks, Pine Knots, Wettermarks, Austinite, Cajuns, and Campus Trotters. A play-off between the Foresters and Sawyers de- termined the tournament winner. Leagues of volleyball and softball rounded out the spring intramural sports. WOMEN ' S SPORTS These random shots taken of intramural sports at the WRC portray the interest and scope of the program as a whole. The tennis activities pictured here are members of the SFA team that ranked first and second at the invitational tournament held at the University of Texas. They are Shirley and Sharon Caldwell and Virginia Tolbert and Mary Ellen Ulmer. The Fideles, pictured below, were win- ners of the club track meet held in the spring. Members of the team include Frances Ray, Mary Lou Durham, Marilyn Bruyere, June Barton, and Carie Lou Parks. The Sigma Gamma won second place. MODERN DANCE Interest in Modern Dance at SFA is promoted by the mod- ern dance club which meets weekly under the sponsorship of Miss Betty Doss. The em- phasis is placed upon composi- tion of the beginner and ad- vanced student. Pat Bowser, Mary Jo Hain, Mary Lois Bane, June Barton, Mary Ellen Ulmer, and Frances McCauley demonstrate some of the dances performed under the club sponsorship at the Texas Dance Symposium held in Aus- tin. The organization also en- tertained various community and campus organizations. ALL STARS The Women ' s Recreational Association is open to all college women. This or- ganization sponsors an intramural pro- gram in volleyball, speedball, basketball, held hockey, softball, and tennis. On the completion of the tournament in each sport an " All Star " team is selected and one intercollegiate game is played against a neighboring state college which has a similar program. " W.R.A. " is a member of the Texas Recreation Federation for college women and sends representatives to the annual convention. Basketball All Stars pictured (at leit, top) include Nelwyn Samiord. Second row: Joe Bess Jennings, Mary Ellen Ulmer, Bobbie Potts, Mary Russell. Third row: Betty Du- ran, Frances Ray, Earlean McGee, Susie Cain. Gibbs Hall Third Floor was the winner o the intramural basketball tournament. Coached by Willie Earl Woods, the team ot ireshmen students consist of fronf, left to right: Mary Russell, Doris Rae Lavine, Willie Woods, Patsy Bragg. Second row: Jeanette Singletary, Ann Kinnear, Patsy White and Susie Cam. AT S. F. A. Speed Ball All Stars include: Nelwyn Samford, Betty Duran, Susie Cain, Judy Nell Hall, Ear- lean McGee. First row: Bobbie Potts, Mary Ellen Ulmer, Margaret Soltball All Stars are composed of Bobbie Potts, Mar- garet Doss, Mary Ellen Ulmer, Margaret Shane, Sue Kile. Second row: Willie Earl Woods, Virginia Tolbert, Nelwyn Samtord, Janis Gatlin, Nan Bullock. All Star Volleyball team consists of Virginia Tolbert, Mary Ellen Ulmer, Nelwyn Samford. Second row: Mar- garet Shane, Earlean McGee, Willie Earl Woods, Mar- garet Irwin. i i RIP BYRD, President THE STUDENT Serving as a channel through which the student body may cooperate to the fullest extent with the faculty and administration, the Student Council has striven to bring about an increased interest in student affairs and the realization of the pos- sibilities of an active and unified student body. 1950-51 has been a most successful year on the Stephen F. Austin campus under the guidanc e of President Rip Byrd. CONGRESS STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President RIP BYRD Vice-President GENE MULLINS Secretary BESSIE COUSSONS Reporter MORRIS McCALL Sergeant-at-Arms . . MAURICE HUBBARD Sponsors MARY THOMPSON BOB SHELTON Miss Mary Thompson, Bessie Coussons, Gene Mullins, Rip Byrd, Mr. Robert Shelton. ■ BETTY STOKER, Editor RAMONA McDANIEL, Business Manager STONE FORT THE STAFF Editor BETTY STOKER Assistant Editor LODASKA HARTT Business Manager . . . RAMONA McDANIEL Assistant Business Manager . . E. J. RITCHEY Senior Class Editors MARGARET RUSHING BILLIE GEORGE McKINNEY Junior Class Editors . . DOROTHY SHELTON BETTY RULFS Sophomore Class Editors . SUE FERGUSON MARION WHITTON Freshman Class Editors . . JIMMY MAHONEY PATSY KENDRICK Faculty Editors . . . THOMAS M cGEE ALMA RUTH WILLIAMS Organization Editors . . . BILLIE RULFS BILLIE SULLIVAN Student Photographer J. R. HOLT Typist VIRGINIA SIMS JO ANN MUCKLEROY BILLY POPHAM MORRIS McCALL Extras LORETTA HEATH BERT TUCKER JEAN DOSSEY Sponsor DR. C. F. SHELEY Dorothy Shelton, Marion Whitton, Gene Belch, Sue Ferguson, Alma Ruth Williams. E. . Ritchey, Edith Bland, Virginia Sims, Lodaska Hartt, ]o Ann Lowery. of- nineteen fifty one The Stone Fort, now in its 27th year of pub- lication, was conceived as the means by which the school year could be portrayed and pre- served for the future. The 1951 edition under the editorship of Betty Stoker is designed with that idea as the central theme. This book is made up in such a manner as to picture the events as they happened in simplicity of style. This has been achieved through the cooperation of a very helpful staff and the wholehearted support of the student body and faculty. The entire staff of the 1951 Stone Fort wishes to express their thanks to all those who con- tributed in part to the making of this book, and especially to Dr. Sheley, faculty sponsor. Top — Bilhe George McKinney, Betty Adams, Bert Tucker, McXie Whitton, Jean Dossey. Center — Loretta Heath, Betty Oney, Betty Rulls, Billie Sulli- van, Margaret Bushing, ]o Ann Muckleroy, Billy Popham. Bottom — Betty Stoker, Dr. Sheley, Ramona McDaniel. Loretta Heath, Morris McCall. PINE LOG THE STAFF Editor LORETTA HEATH Editorial Associate SAM AKIN Business Manager .... MORRIS McCALL Faculty Advisors . . . EDWIN GASTON LAWRENCE FRANKS Features RAE BETH PARROTT JERRY BURKS Sports EDDIE RAY HUBERT POSKEY Society and Clubs .... BARBARA POTTS Gethre! Franke, Ramona McDaniel, Jerry Burks, Bill Beathard. Lawrence Franks, Loretta Heath, Sam Akins, Edwin Gaston, Betty Stoker, Mack Watson, Bailey Nations, Ramona McDaniel, Betty Emberlinq . I of nineteen fifty one The Pine Log, official " voice " of the student body, has been published this term for the twenty-third successive year in an effort to present an impartial, non-discriminative cover- age of campus news under good journalistic principles for the students. Editor-in-Chief Lo- retta Heath has cracked the whip, backed up by Associate Editor Sam Akin. Business Man- ager Morris McCall has kept the advertisers happy; while Jerry Burks has rewritten as long as necessary each week. Sports writers Eddie Ray and Hubert Poskey have kept that depart- ment in the news, while Mary Lois Dunn, Mary Jane Power, Mack Watson, and Bailey Nations and Reporters Betty Stoker, Ray Crocker, Betty Emberling, Rae Beth Parrott, and Ramona Jean McDaniel, too, have helped to get good cover- age for the paper. Ed Gaston and Lawrence Franks have been behind the staff as faculty advisors. With the capable help of an excellent staff, the staff has endeavored to raise the standard of the Log in every way possible — nonessential material has been cut out, the entire paper each week has been run through more effi- cient channels, the pictorial coverage has been made more extensive, the Log office has been redecorated, and every week of the year has seen a Pine Log, including many over-sized editions, being distributed. Billie Sullivan, E. ]. Ritchey, Hubert Poskey, Ray docker. Betty Stoker, Betty Emberlinq, Lawrence Franks, Edwin Gaston. Mack Watson, Sam Akin, Bailey Nations. Once again we want to salute the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack Band. The band this year was one of the most colorful and versatile bands in the history of the school. The band entertained the crowds to the utmost with their halftime shows during football season, and then went right on with a Christmas Concert, winter and spring concerts, and tours of all outlying schools. The band drew attention from all corners of the state this year. A public service was offered public school music departments with the various band clinics held on the campus with the Lumber- jack Band as the clinic band. Directors ot Lumberjack Band MR. J. T. COX, MR. ROY SWICEGOOD THE LUMBERJACK The Lumberjack Band The band is under the direction of J. T. Cox and Roy Swicegood. The co-drum majors this year were Natalia Crenwelge from New Lon- don and Doris Pittman of Cushing. The six lovely twirlers this year were: Betty Brookshire, White Oak; Etheldra Adams, Gaston; D ' Juana Jones, Port Neches; Mary Lou Davis, Overton; Kitty Folden, Nacogdoches; and Bobbie Nel- son, Lufkin. The organization itself consisted of 75 members from every section of the state. Arrangers for the band this year were Jerry Loveall and Ray Griffin. These students con- tributed a lot toward the success of the or- ganization with their special arrangements of popular and production music. Drum Majors DORIS PITTMAN, NATALIE CRENWELGE BAND OF 1951 Flag Bearers DOROTHY HUBEARD, FRANCES HINDS, YVONNE GOODWIN Twirlers — (left to right) NATALIE CRENWELGE, DORIS PITTMAN, BETTY BROOKSHIRE, ETHELDRA ADAMS, D ' JUANA JONES, SYLVIA JONES, MARY LOU DAVIS, BOBBIE NELSON FREDERICK BAUMGARTNER Director The first meeting in September was, as usual, filled with chaos, delightfully intermingled with con- fusion. Old members were welcoming each other back, new members were wondering if this was to turn into a choir, with no one paying much attention to music. Soon things gradually began to take form. The basses flubbed a few low notes; while the tenors cracked a few high ones. But, due to the apparently unlimited patience of " Mr. B. " together with his firm belief that this could be a choir, the rough spots were soon ironed out. Then as the Christmas season drew near the road trips began; Henderson, Carthage, Gladewater, Kilgore, Lufkin, and etc. Also many concerts were rendered to civic and church organizations in and around Nacog- doches. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Carrying the solos on concerts were Dale Leg- gett, Robert Lamb, Florine Irwin, D ' Juana Jones, and others sometimes unintentionally. Many personal appearances were made by the girls ' ensemble composed of Dorothy Ward, D ' Juana Jones, Etheldra Adams, Florine Irwin, Carrie Parks, Margaret Rushing, Doris Talley, and Bobbie Hickman during the season. Accom- panists for Mr. Frederick Baumgartner and choir were Miss Beatrice Eandy and George Gauggel. After Christmas the whole thing started over again. Once again it was more rehearsals, more foul-ups, more " start at the top of page three, and don ' t drag. " Then came the spring road trips with local concerts. After each rehearsal there was a sort of per- sonal satisfaction and contentment that comes from singing your tonsils out when you enjoy it. Soon all the rough spots were forgotten and fond memories remain of this or that trip and the ones who have been there. It has been a successful year for the 1950-51 Stephen F. Austin A Cappella choir. AT STEPHEN F. AUSTIN First Row — Kathryn Glenn, Mary Frances Rosette, Mary Frances Wilson, Jean Dossey, Billie Modisette, Barbara Beck, Dorothy Shelton, Jane Fontenot, Loretta Heath, Marjorie Gray, Betty Stoker. Second Row — E. L. Darter, Butord Rice, Pete Smith, Jack Stone, Kenneth Fulmer, Dr. Sheley, James McKee, William Herrington. Third Row — Sam Tarry, Doyle Brashear, Bill Wilson, Walter M. Williams, Robert Lamb, Elbert Griffin, Steinman Stephens, Dr. Fer- guson, Roy Pierce. The Alpha Chi is a national honor society whose purpose is to promote and recognize scholarship. The chapter on the Stephen F. Austin campus is named the A. W. Birdwell Chapter in honor of Dr. A. W. Birdwell, president of the college for many years. Since its founding on the campus, the chapter has stood as a goal for upperclassmen who have shown scholastic excellence and as an incentive to the underclassmen in their pursuit of knowledge. Activities of the local chapter include a formal initiation, coffee for honor roll students, and send delegates to the National Alpha Chi Convention in the spring. Officers for the year include: President, Bebe Moore; Vice-President, Kenneth Fulmer; Reporter, Lo- retta Heath; and Secretary, Roger Vicory. Dr. Ferguson and Dr. C. F. Sheley serve as sponsors of the group. Chi Sigma Phi Alpha The Sigma Phi Alpha Chemistry Club is an officially chartered chapter of Student Affiliates of the Ameri- can Chemical Society and chemists and chemical engineers in the world. The local chapter has as its purpose, the maintenance of high scholarship and the promotion of good fellowship among students of chemistry. Since the founding of Sigma Phi Alpha, its activities have included regular monthly meetings with varied programs of an informative and educational nature, outings such as barbecues and a trip to the Baytown Refineries of Humble Oil Company plus regular business sessions. Miss Jean Dossey, member in good standing of Sigma Phi Alpha and the Club Sweetheart, brought dis- tinction to the organization by winning top honors in the Stone Fort Beauty Contest. The outstanding achievement of Sigma Phi Alpha during this year was the establishment of two awards to be given to outstanding chemistry students. The Distinguished Senior Chemist Award, consisting of $25.00, will be presented to the outstanding graduating major each Spring who has attained high scholastic distinc- tion, made praise-worthy contributions to the campus life and who shows marked promise in the chemical pro- fession. The Scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding junior chemistry major each Spring. Officers for the two semesters of 1950-51 were: Chairmen, Max Grigsby and Walter Williams; Vice-Chair- men, Gene Shaw and Gordon Miller; Secretaries, Tommy Cox and Howard Athey; and Parliamentarians, Royce Williams and Buford Rice. Dr. Harold E. Abbott, Chairman of the Department of Chemistry, is the faculty ad- visor. First Row — Tommy Cox, Gene Shaw, Royce Williams, Max Grigsby. Second Row — Mr. E. L. Griilin, June Scarborough, Jean Dossey, Selma Thomas, Kenneth Harrell, Connie Mack Courtney, Roy Wilson, Dr. H. E. Abbott. Third Row— Howard Athey, Don Clark, Bulord Rice, Gordon Miller, Walter Williams, P. H. Smith, Mr. H. E. Lebrecht, Jr. First flow — Betty Doss, Julia Hall, June Irwin, Earlean McGee, Dr. Lucille Norton, Sponsor. Second Row — Bobbie Potts, Nelwyn Samlord, Virginia Tolbert, Mary Ellen Ulmer. Delta Psi Kappa is a Women ' s national professional fraternity in Physical Education with the fol- lowing purpose: To recognize worthwhile achievements in Physical Education and develop interest therein, and to promote greater fellowship among women in this field of activity. Membership in this fraternity is limited to women who are administrators, teachers, or prospective teachers of high standing in the field of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. These women must have attained academic standards above average in Health, Physical Education and Recreation, and they must give evidence of potential leadership in the profession. Alpha XI Chapter of Delta Psi Kappa was installed at Stephen F. Austin State College February 11, 1950, with ten charter members. Delta Psi Kappa Pi Kappa Delta The purpose of Pi Kappa Delta is to stimulate progress in and to promote the interests of inter-col- legiate debate and oratory and public speaking. It encourages a spirit of fellowship, friendly co-opera- tion, and interest in rhetorical activities by conferring upon deserving candidates badges of Fraternity, proficiency, honor, and special distinction that are graduated and varied according to merit and achievement. Members of the Degree of Fraternity, Order of Debate are: W. L. Bane, John Gordon, Von Rae Stevens, Jerry Samford, Bill Beathard, Milton Bradford, E. J. Ritchey, and Waline Mott. The Degree of Special Distinction goes to Steinman Stephens, while the Degree of Honor was pre- sented to Pat Townsend. The original organizer of the organization is Dr. T. E. Ferguson. Dr. Robert B. Capel holds the Degree of Special Distinction. W. L. Bane, John Gordon, Steinman Stephens, Pat Townsend, Von Rae Stevens, E. J. Ritchey, Waline Mott, Robert Capel, T. C. Ferguson, Jerry Samlord Jerry Samtord, Stieman Stephens, Von Rae Stevens, Loretta Heath, Mrs. Holt Davis, Dr. T. E. Ferguson, Dr. Joseph Baldwin, Dr. Capel " Fellowship and service to stimulate interest in collegiate dramatics. " This is the aim of Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatic fraternity, an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics. The Stephen F. Austin college chapter of Alpha Psi Omega is the Beta Phi Cast. Its officers for this year are: Bill Beathard, Director of the Cast; Jerry Samford, Sub-Director; Barbara Potts, Secretary- Treasurer. Dr. Joseph Baldwin is sponsor of the Beta Phi Cast. Individual membership in Alpha Psi Omega is awarded to those college students who have par- ticipated in enough dramatic activities to meet the rigid requirements set up by the fraternity. These activities may take the form of participation in plays, production staff work, advertisement, direction, and play writing. Plays presented in 1950 by theater organizations on the S.F.A. campus in which students have participated are: " Kind Lady, " directed by Mrs. J. S. Campbell; " The Third Angle, " di- rected by Bail Cobb; " Where Love Is, " directed by Miss Shirley Bailey; " Sparkin!, " directed by John Gordon; and " Mother Is a Freshman, " directed by Dr. Joseph Baldwin. Alpha Psi Omega Future Teachers Of America The first Future Teacher of America college and university chapters were chartered in the spring of 1939. One year later there were 64 chapters in good standing. In Stephen F. Austin the charter was revived in October, 1947, after an inactive period. However, its members and officers are now working toward a stronger chapter for the future. Since the purpose of Future Teachers of America is to train for democratic cooperative action, importance is attached to projects in which young people work at educational and civic problems. Future Teachers of America brings the student the motivating power of a lifelong purpose and a nationwide outlook. It is designed to develop ideals and power in the lives of its members. Officers for the year are: Mary Lou Koster, President; Margie Gray, Vice-President; Bessie Cous- sons, Secretary-Treasurer, and Dr. McClendon, sponsor. Barbara Horton, Faye Bennett, Jane Swanzy, Edith Bland, Linda Wilson, Shirley Caldwell, Virginia Sims, Virginia Williams, Betty Rulfs, jane Fontenot, Billie George McKinney , Mary Lou Koster, Anita Boles, Billie Rulis, Marie Brown, Bessie Coussons, Van Rae Stephens, Shirley Bailey, Margaret Rushing, James Akery, and Tommy Franks. First Row — Jack Stone, Glynn Polke, Juan Gonzales, E. }. Ritchey, Walline Matt. Second Row — Weldon W ' light, Sponsor, Clittord Hurst, Kenneth Fulmer, Claude Gatewood, Garold Pate, Gary Burke, Nolan Alders, Wesley Pybus, Jerry Samford. The Grand Order of Royal Barristers is a professional organization of and for those students who are interested in parliamentary procedure and the political field. This non-social organization chooses its members with discretion, with emphasis upon character, ability to speak, and other personal char- acteristics. The members are primarily pre-law students; however, students majoring in other fields are eligible for membership providing the reauirements are met. The Barristers convene each Monday night and each meeting is characterized by alertness and swift-moving activities according to correct parliamentary procedure. Their activities range from routine issues of club business to major political issues of the day and include debating, political rallies, mock trials, and other phases of court pro- cedure. The Grand Order of Royal Barristers is proud of its past record at Stephen F. Austin and boast that its members represent and occupy very active positions in all of the various clubs on the campus; thereby upholding the best traditions of a Barrister. The officers of the Barristers for the Fall semester of ' 50 were Waline Mott, President; Jack Stone, Vice-President; Glenn Polke, Secretary; E. J. Ritchey, Parliamentarian; Juan Gonzalez, Sergeant-at-Arms; Nolan Alders, Reporter; Claude Gat ewood, Jerry Samford, Lloyd Mills, Supreme Court Judges. Grand Order of Royal Barristers The Press Club With a record membership of eighty students this year, the Stephen F. Austin Press Club has as its purpose the improvement of the campus publications, the Pine Log and Stone Fort, and the oppor- tunity for association among students with an interest in journalism. The Press Club is affiliated with the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association, an organization com- prised of press groups from the leading colleges in Texas. One important function of the Press Club each year is its sponsorship of the SFA lamboree, an annual variety stage show of campus talent, which is attended by approximately 1,000 high school seniors from East and South Texas. The officers of the club for the fall semester of 1950 were Morris McCall, President; E. J. Ritchey, Vice-President; Ramona Jean McDaniel, Secretary-Treasu rer; Dorothy Shelton, Program Chairman; and Ruth Maynard, Reporter. Weldon Wright, Lawrence Franks, and Edwin Gaston, Jr., were the sponsors. First Row — Salty Smith, Weldon Wright, E. J. Ritchey, Jerry Samiord, Hubert Poskey, Malcolm Rodrigers, Jimmy Biggs, Kenneth Fulmer, Jerry Burks, Jimmy Mahoney, Sam Akin, Russell Coco, W. L. Bane, Morris McCall. Second Row — Bonnie Lawson, Linda Wilson, Jane Swanzy, Margaret Irwin, Kathleen AHord, Mozelle Whiteside, Edith Bland, Jo Ann Muckleroy, Helen King, Billie Rults, Mary Kathryn Williams, Barbara Beck, Dorothy Shelton, Betty RuHs, Billie Sullivan, Pat Tal- madge, Florence Jameson, Alma Ruth Williams, Martha Tannery, Betty Stoker. Third Row — Ramona McDaniel, Rae Beth Parrott, Pat Passera, Virginia Sims, Loretta Heath, Pat Townsend, Doris Robinson, Joyce Woodham, Sylvia Jones, Lodaska Hartt, Frances Ray, Ruth Maynard, Anita Boles. First Row — Betty Schochler, Mary Jane Powers, Peggy McClain, Marie B rown, Mary Jo Haines, Miss Janet Turner. Second Row — Dr. Karl Schlicher, Robert Lamb, John Wilkins, Maurice Barton, Ruth Sorenson, Pat Wood, Jimmy Wilkins, George Keester, and Anita Boles. Arts Inc. is composed of a group of students who are interested in furthering art activities on the campus. Each year the club enters a duchess and a float in the Homecoming parade as well as a beauty for the Annual Presentation Ball. Members of the club each year design and make Christmas cards to sell during the holiday season. The campus annual art exhibit is also sponsored by the club, as well as field trips to museums in Dallas and Houston. Officers for the first semester include: Jimmy Wilkins, President; Marie Brown, Vice-President; Anita Boles, Secretary; and Mary Jane Powers, Reporter. Dr. Karl Schlicher, Miss Janet Turner, and George Keester are sponsors. Arts Inc. Ellen H. Richards Club The Home Economics Club, organized in 1926, brings together young women interested in home economics. In 1932, it became the Ellen H. Richards Club, honoring a pioneer in home economics education. The club has been affiliated with the state and national Home Economics Asociation since May 19, 1927. Miss Edna Wil- kin, with the assistance of other faculty members, has sponsored the club since its beginning. The candlelight initiation service, a Chrastmas pariy, the Spring picnic, and the annual Spring banquet honoring ex-students are among the main activities for the year. A workshop theme is being carried out this year with emphasis on ceramics, leathercraft, metal work, and exquisite needlework. Officers for the club this year are: Mary Frances Rosette, President; Elizabeth Penny, Vice-President; Betty Oney, Secretary; Reba Foster, Treasurer; Margie Redmond, Parliamentarian; Betty Stoker, Reporter; June Bar- ton, Social Chairman; Linda Wilson, Publicity Chairman; Jo Ann Browning, Historian; Gladys McDaniel, Room Hostess; Willie Mae Snow, Program Chairman; and Martha Nelson, Yearbook Chairman. First Row — Margie Redmond, Peggy Plyler, Margaret Irwin, Jane Fontenot, Pat Stephens, Kathleen Altord. Second Row — June Barton, Betty Stoker, Mary Jo Hains, Mary Frances Rosette, Jo Ann Browning, June Moore, Reba Foster, Mary Kathryn Williams, Bonnie Lawson, Jane Swanzy. Third Row — Anita Bcles, Bette Williams, Biliie Courtney, Betty Oney, Jo Ann Muckieroy, Faye Johnston, Mary Frances Wilson, Louise Adams. Linda Wilson. Standing — Anita Ramsey, Carolyn Simpson, Margia Singletary, Laurine Lindsley, Dorothy Jean Ratcliii, Barbara Hanka, Jcnell Jones, Armetta Willard, Jo Ann Annand, Margie Gail Burks, Willie Mae Snow, Gladys McDaniel, Aleen Hobson, Elizabeth Penny, Miss Edna Wilkins, Miss Helen Barron, Alice Reed Henderson, and Mrs. Charlotte Collier. Barbara Beck, Faye Huston, Selma Thomas, lane Fontenot, Betty Adams, BiUie Modisette, Yvonne Goodwin, Kathleen AHord, Mary Kathryn Williams, Faye Bennett, and not pictured Virginia Sims. The Gibbs Hall Council is composed of girls elected by their Associates for leadership ability, reputation for fair play, and general good nature. Dormitory difficulties are ironed out and the council promotes co- operation among the Dormitory girls in order to keep " everybody happy. " President Sslma Thomas starts the ball rolling at council meetings called whenever the need arises to discuss general improvements. House Mothers, Mrs. Faye Huston and Lorraine Titus are ever promoting the girls ' best interests and adding their peaceful presence to the meetings. Jane Fontenot records the important events and keeps account of finances, while contributions are welcomed from Wing Counselors Barbara Beck, Faye Bennett, Kathleen Alford, Mary Kathryn Williams, and Yvonne Goodwin. Activities are reported to the Pine Log by Reporter Betty Adams. In order that the posterity may know that Gi bbs Hall Girls of 1950-1951 were definitely " in the news, " Historians Virginia Sims and Billie Modisette keep a scrap book to which we point with pride. The Council promotes occasional general house meetings and other activities where all the girls may par- ticipate. Among these are: General gripe sessions, Christmas party with gifts and fun for all, and a picnic-dance with the boys on the campus as guests. Each semester girls are guests of honor along with faculty members who celebrate birthdays in each respective month. Gibbs Hall Council _ Baptist Student Union Everyone who joins either a local Baptist church or one of its organizations automatically becomes a mem- ber of the B.S.U. The Baptist Student Union seeks, first, to enlist every Baptist and Baptist preference student in those religious activities which will benefit him most, and second, to unify the Baptist activities on the campus. To accomplish these aims, Frank Waggoner, our president, worked through the members of the executive council and their respective committees. " Brother Bill " Coble, Bible teacher and Student Director, has general oversight. Morning watch and prayer mates, meeting daily, gave us inspiration for our weekly activities: Visitation of shut-ins, student enlistment, council meeting, Y.W.A., and church choir practice. Our Friday night parties add sparkle while Wednesday night church and dormitory prayer meetings contribute balance to our program. Sunday activities included Sunday School, preaching services, a mission point, Training Union, and often a Fellowship after church. To reach First Magnitude, the highest honor attainable in B.S.U. work, was our aim for the year. Specialties of the year were our prize winning Homecoming float, the Student Directory, and the " B.S.U. Bark, " our bi-monthly paper. First Row — Morris Lee Hall, Peggy Childress, Annette Skipper, Ramona McDaniel, Margaret Rushing, Wynell Jones, Betty Oney, Von Rae Stevens, Betty Stoker. Second Row — W. B. Coble, Billie Stewart, Frankie Cockrell, Bobby Joe Beard, Peggy Spence, Virginia Sims, Edith Bland, Linda Wilson, Bonnie Lawson, Barbara Potts. Third Row — Charles James, Anita Boles, Dorothy Ratcliff, Betty Ballow, Bobbie Potts, Joyce Baker, Lodaska Hartt, Carrie Lou Parks, Jackie Ruth Sturrock. Standing — E. J. Ritchey, Tommy Cox, Patsy Forse, Earleen McGee, Joy Prince, Joyce Forse, Robert Lamb, Juanelle Temple, Ernestine Harris, Nadine Jimerson, Charles Coble, Thomas McGee. First Row — Lucille Young, Sandra Fulmer, Joyce Gray, Rae Beth Parrott. Second Row — Jerry Ann Crawlord, Thelma Smith, Patricia Fairchild, Kathryn Glenn, Peggy Plyler, Jean Anderson. Third Row — " Woody " Woodrow, Jimmy Wilkins, James Ray Dunsmore, John Mills, Maurice Barton, Jack Blann, Cary Sayers. Back Row — John Wilkins, Ted Means, Buford Finley, John Colley, Bob Cady, Wayne Williams, John Wheeler, Jack McCants, Leo Stephens, Preston Prince, Heriberto Blanco, Sara Landers, Marlene Strickland, Leroy McClendon. Since 1929, when the Wesley Bible Chair was first opened with Rev. George J. Steinman, Professor in charge, it has been a very active organization. During the first year, two hundred students enrolled in the Bible classes. Rev. John Wheeler is the present director of the Bible Chair and also acts as sponsor of the Wesley Foun- dation. During the year ] 950 the Wesley Bible Chair made a big step. The Chair was beautifully redecorated and enlarged throughout. Some of the activities of the year include hayrides, picnics, a trip to Lake Forest Park in Henderson, Christ- mas party and a trip to Mineral Wells to attend the Texas Methodist Student Movement Conference. Officers for the fall 1950 term were: President, John Wilkins; Vice-President, Jean Anderson; Secretary, Kathryn Glenn; Treasurer, Barbara Nell Dillen; Reporter, Rae Beth Parrott; Recreation Chairman, Carey Sayers; and Refreshment Chairman, James Ray Dunsmore. Wesley Foundation College Chapter, Future Farmers of America The S.F.A. Collegiate Chapter of the Future Farmers of America was organized in the fall of 1950 as pro- vided by the constitution of the national organization, set up under the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917. This organization is composed of Junior and Senior agriculture majors. Its purpose is to aid future voca- tional agriculture teachers in becoming more efficient local chapter advisors. Included in the program of work for 1950-51 are many worthwhile projects, such as assisting in the local fair, judging in the Area Seven Leader- ship Contest, establishing a scholarship for outstanding agriculture students and sponsoring a student-teacher banquet. Officers for the fall semester, 1950, are: President, Carl Foster; 1st Vice-President, Lynn Tatum; 2nd Vice- President, Tommy White; 3rd Vice-President, Billy Hairgrove; Secretary, R. L. McDonald; Treasurer, Billy Gar- rison; Reporter, Ray Crocker; Parliamentarian, William Burt; Historian, Grady Singletary; Co-Sentinels, Ber- nard McCoy and Ray Mobley; Student Advisor, Allen Sturrock; Faculty Advisor, J. C. Green. First Row — Bernard McCoy, Allen Sturrock, R. L. McDonald, Lovell Wallace, Billy Hargrove. Second Row — Luther Deaham, Marlin Brooks, William Burt, Mr. J. C. Green, Bill Boley, Taylor Johnson, Lynn Taton, Ray Mobley, Tommy White. First Row — Jimmy Mayes, Alvin Morgan, Martin Freshour, Elwin Seago, Jim Huston, ]ames McKee, Glenn Martin, Jerry Lumpkin, David George, Robert Smith, Larry Evans. Second Row — Gene Maynard, Reggie McDaniel, Burl Youngblood, Winston Jones, Charlie McKinley, Ed Stanley, Al McMullen, Bob Isom, Jim Sweeney, Billy McKinney, Ulman McMullen, Harold Pate, John Holt, Harvel Weatherly, James Newman, Rip Byrd, Gibson Carter, Charles Douglas, Ben Rogers, Joe Riby. and J. G. Yoho, Sponsor. The Sylvctns Club was organized in the Fall of 1946 for the purpose of forwarding forestry knowl- edge and good will throughout the surrounding territory. The Sylvans outstanding activity is the annual Field Day and barbecue. Many people interested in the forestry profession from surrounding counties attend the event each year. The club also has guest speakers to give educational lectures on the various fields of technical forestry. Officers for the fall semester include: Charles Ray Douglas, President; Harold Pate, Vice-President; James McKee, Secretary; Gerald Lumpkin; Sergeant-at-Arms; and Duke Beasley, Coffee-maker. Sylvans Theatre Guild The Karl Wilson Baker Theatre Guild began its season of productions quietly by scheduling three one-act plays, The Third Angle, a domestic comedy; Sparkiri , a comedy of rural courtship; and Where Love Is, a deeply-religious play of Old Russia. During the fall and winter, these one-act plays were presented before school, church, and club groups in Nacogdoches and other towns, in order to give Theatre Guild actors experience in " trouping. " For the spring semester, three full-length plays were planned: Mother Is a Freshman, a comedy of college life, and Through the Night, a mystery, were planned for public performance, and the mod- ern drama, " Glass Menagerie " was planned as a studio production. First Row — Gsthrel Franke, Von Rae Stephens, Mary Lois Dunn, Joan Lowrie, Loietta Heath, Margaret Rushing, ]uanita Vick, Vir- ginia Sims, Barbara Potts, Billie Modisette, joe Baldwin, Sponsor. Second Row — Thomas McGee, John Gordon, Morris Hall, Woody Woodrome, Steinman Stephens, Maurice Barton, Willie ]oe Stinson, David Littlefield. First Row — Fiances Ray, Mary Ellen Ulmer, Betty Duran, Suzie Cain, Miss June Irwin, Julia Nell Hall. Second Row — Willie Earl Woods, Wynell Jones, Bobbie Potts, Mary Alice Russell, Hazel Dudley, Nelwyn Samford, Earlean McGee, Virginia Tolbert, Sugene Wallace, Martha Roe, Jo Bess Jennings. The Women ' s Recreation Association is open to all women students of the college who are inter- ested in dance and sports activities. To be an active member one must participate in some recrea- tional activities during the year and attend all club meetings. The purpose of this organization is to promote skill, fellowship, health, and participation in whole- some recreation and to sponsor friendly competition through intramural activities. The Women ' s Recreation Association includes a program of activities that should meet the in- terest of any girl. It sponsors an intramural program of team sports. Affiliated with the Association are co-educational clubs in badminton, square dance, social dance, and modern dance. Women ' s Recreation Association Presenting the members and pledges of the social clubs and the highlights of their social activities. OFFICERS MAURICE HUBBARD President TOM CHANDLER . . . Secretary-Treasurer JAMES AKERY Vice-President Stephen F. Austin The year 1951 finds the Lambda Gamma Club fast ap- proaching its goal of promoting co-operation, leadership, char- acter, and scholarship on the S.F.A. campus. With the assist- ance of Dr. J. N. Gerber, their sponsor, the officers of Lambda Gamma are attempting to further friendship, fellowship, and goodwill among the students of the " College beneath the Pines. " Among the traditional activities of the Lambda Gammas their Sadie Hawkins Dance, along with its beard growing con- test, is perhaps the most outstanding. Other activities include rush parties, stag parties, as well as the Lambda Gamma- Sigma Gamma joint annual Christmas Dinner Dance and " Show Boat " Dance. The membership in the Secret No. 9 Committee has grown to such an extent that it is impossible to list them here; how- ever, Maurice Hubbard is still the " Chairman " of this group, an honor bestowed upon him for life. This committee decided this year that they would choose an annual sweetheart from their Sister club. Miss Peggy McClain was selected unani- mously as the first " Sweetheart. " Officers for the year include: President, Maurice Hubbard; Vice-President, James Akery; Secretary, Tom Chandler; Ser- geant-at-Arms, Robert Wedgeworth; Publicity Director, Jerry Samford; Historian, Carey Sayers; Parliamentarian, Ben Adams. n First Row — Ben Adams, James Akery, W. L. Bane, Neil Bass, Gene Euckner, Tom Chandler, Connie Courtney, Donnie Courtney. Second Row — Donald Douglass, Tommy Franks, Harold Hanson, Jimmie Hooper, Maurice Hubbard, Dan Newell, Eddie Ray, Jerry Samtord. Third flow — Carey Sayers, Gene Shaw, Jack Turner, Frank Waggoner, Robert Wedgeworth, Ed Welch, Dr. Gerber, Sponsor. Ipi, W5 " W i • I " L % 1 f l 1 if { OFFICERS CHARLES RAY DOUGLASS . . . President DICK FERGUSON Vice-President MORRIS McCALL Secretary Stephen F. Austin The Forester Club was organized in September, 1943, by a group of 14 boys as the original signers of the Forester con- stitution. The aim and purpose of the club as set forth in the preamble of the constitution is " to create a more fraternal re- lationship in our college and to found an organization which will be an asset to the social life of Stephen F. Austin State College. " With this as their goal the club has marched a long way and with each step they have gained compliments which are best appreciated within the Forester Club. The Foresters know they have achieved that virtue so earnestly desired . . . Honor. In intramural sports, the Foresters are a thorn in the side of all opposition and in other activities the competition is always keen. Club officers for the fall semester were: President, Charles Ray Douglass; Vice-President, Dick Ferguson; Secretary, Morris McCall; Song-Leader, Jerry Gartman; Sgt.-at-Arms, Truman Milling; Reporter, Ray Crocker; Parliamentarian, Jack Stone; and Scavenger, Grady Stallings. Look for bigger and better things on the Stephen F. Austin College campus with the " Foresters Forever " among those leading the way. -1 J Firsf flow — Gene Pau] Agleton, Sam Akin, lames Ray Allen, Harold Anderson, Bobby Beaid, Glyn Brock, Bobby Burrows, Roland Borrows, Tommy Cox. Second Row — Chailes Douglas, Ray Crocker, Jimmie Eaves, Dick Ferguson, Burton Forse, Kenneth Fulmer, Jerry Gartman, Cecil Hart, joe Frank Hignett. Third Row — Sonny Johnson, Hollis Lawrence, Randell Lea, Morris McCall, Bob McCoy, Pete McKenzie, Jerry McMullen, Jimmy Mahoney, Currie Lee Meyer. Fourth Row — Charlie Morgan, Ed Morgan, Joe Pinson, Billy Popham, Hubert Poskey, Preston Prince, Joe Pruitt, E. J. Rickey, Mike Robertson. Filth Row — Jerry Smith, Grady Stallings, Jack Stone, Richard Thomas, Bert Tucker, Guy Whitaker, Weldon Wright, Sponsor. OFFICERS FELIX WIGGINS Sergeant-at-Arms . . Secretary PAUL BEAUCHAMP GENE MULLINS JACK CARLTON Stephen F. Austin Vice-President President For twenty-four years, the Sawyer Club has been the most outstanding boys ' club on the campus. Famous for their school spirit, you can always find them decked out in their white shirts, purple ties, and ax handles at every athletic event. This was shown when they cooperated with a club from Sam Houston in presenting a trophy to the winner of the tradi- tional rival football game. From the files of the Sawyers come many of the school ' s leaders. Among them were president and vice-president of the Student Congress and outstanding ath- letics in both football and basketball. Everyone looks forward to the Sawyers ' Apron-Overall Dance, which is always a big success. Other annual affairs are the Bowery Ball, Christmas Dinner Dance, and the Pine Burr-Sawyer Picnic. Each year the Sawyers enter into the intramural sports. For the past two consecutive years they have won the all-round sports trophy. By winning the trophy again this year, it will be the first time any club has ever won the trophy to keep for their own. The Sawyers ' loyalty to S.F.A. has never been questioned. First Row — Bobby Arnold, Charles Bane, George Barclay, Bill Beathard, Paul Beauchamp, Jackie Bond, Rip Byrd, Jack Carlton, Russell Coco. Second Row — Max Cruseturner, Charles Ellis, Harold English, Wilson Folden, Dan Giles, Joe Gotorth, Jimmy Hammett, Earl Hall, Hollis Slaughter. Third Row — Bill Jacobs, Fred Johnson, George Jones, Gordon Lowery, Fritz McCameron, James McCauley, Gene Mullins, Bennie O ' Rear, Billy Patrick. Fourth Row — Charles Peacock, Jerry Pickett, Loy Reid, Gary Smith, Max Tredwell, Charlie VSaller, Mack Watson. Filth Row — Harold West, Felix Wiggins, Harry Williams, Tommy Wilson, Johnny Wooiey, Everett Youngblood, Dr. Trump, Sponsor (Not Pictured). OFFICERS FRANK LINDSEY President DOYAL WATSON Vice-President ROLAND BIENVENUE Secretary Stephen F. Austin Organized in January, 1938, the Royal Order of Austinites was founded for the purpose of sponsoring school projects for the pleasure and benefit of the student body. The small gold emblem of the Royal Order of Austinites is emblematic of the four aims of the organization: Leadership, Scholarship, Char- acter, and Fraternity. The Austinite Club sponsors a varied calendar of activities each year. These activities include dances, picnics, parties, and teams to compete in all intramural sports. Perhaps the most colorful activity is the annual " Pie Night " each spring semester; with its gags and slap-stick it has constantly won acclaim as one of the most outstanding features of the year. As a service to the student body, the Austinite Poll periodically gets the students ' view point on pertinent questions and the Austinite Club conducts other polls and elections. The Austin- ites are always eager to contribute their efforts toward any worthwhile project that is of interest to, or for the betterment of the student body and the school. It is through service and leadership that we hope to con- tinue to retain a position as one of the leading organizations on the campus. First Row — Roland Bienvenue, Gary Burke, Glen Burke, lack Christian, Forrest Dillon, James Dunsmore, M. P. Edmondson. Second Row — Michel Evans, Joe Hubbard, George B. Keeling, Ted Latham, Frank Lindsey, David Littlelield, Kenneth Matthews. Third Row — Pat Meadows, Jack McCants, John Mills, John Mullins, Charles Murdock, James Murdock, Bailey Nations. Fourth Row — Thomas Pate, Charles Reeves, Doyal Watson, Roy Wilson, Gene Woodell, Dowell Youngblood, Frederick Baumgartner, Sponsor. ST v.. " hi - OFFICERS PEGGY McCLAIN President BESSIE COUSSONS .... Vice-President JEANETTE HAYES Secretary Stephen F. Austin Since its organization in the spring of 1948, Sigma Gamma has proved to be one of the fastest growing clubs on the cam- pus. The club contributes much each year to the events scheduled on Miss Thompson ' s social calendar, such as the annual Christmas dinner dance, homecoming tea for the Exes, or the Showboat dance, given in conjunction with the brother club, the Lambda Gammas. Marjorie Tubre, attractive library assistant, sponsors the club, while Mrs. O. D. Tucker mothers the group, along with little Danna Tucker, who is club mascot. Led by Peggy Mc- Clain, with Bessie Coussons next in line, and Jeanette Hayes doling out dimes and reading minutes, the club tries to work as hard as it plays. Kathryn Glenn keeps the paper informed on the news while Doris Pitman seems to hold the rod, as she is in charge of unruly club members, as well as all the ac- tivities of the pledges. Joyce McGehee ably takes care of the club scrapbook. Sigma Gamma is the new club with new ideas, the club is always expected to do the unexpected; and it won ' t be much of a surprise to anyone to find Sigma Gamma ranked among the most outstanding clubs on the campus. n mnm annuo First Row — Viola Bailey, Betty Barber, Anita Boles, Bessie Coussins, Barbara Dillen, Mary Lois Dunn, lean Durham. Second Row — Kathryn Glynn, Yvonne Goodwin, Barbara Hanka, Jeannette Hayes, Helen Holbrook, Elsie Holt, Tommie Johnson. Third Row — Wynell Jones, Carolyn Keeling, Marie Latler, Peggy McClain, Joyce McGehee, Kathleen Moore, Doris Pittman. Fourth Row — Betty Sue Richards, Sharon Richey, Von Rae Stephens, Virginia Waters, Elizabeth Watson, Anita Walker, Miss Marjorie Tubree, Sponsor. OFFICERS MARY LOU KOSTER Secretary BILLIE GEORGE McKINNEY . . . President JUNE BARTON Vice-President Stephen F. Austin In only five short years the Fideles have risen with the other clubs as one of the most outstanding clubs on the campus. The Fideles rank high in social position and in activities. Billie George McKinney leads the club, June Barton is her assistant, while Mary Lou Koster acts as secretary-treasurer. Betty Stoker keeps the pledges stepping high, Loretta reports the news, and Pattie Cole keeps order by collecting nickels. Mrs. Collier ' s pleasing personality and suggestions keep the club going. Betty Stoker and Billie George McKinney attended the Homecoming Queen, while Jane Fontenot, Betty Adams, Betty Rulfs, June Barton, and Mary Lou Koster were Duchesses. Pat Bowser and June Barton helped lead the student body in yells. This year Jane Fontenot was elected Junior favorite and Mary Lou Koster, Pat Stephens, and Billie George McKinney rep- resented different organizations as beauties. Loretta Heath and Betty Stoker were chosen members of Who ' s Who while Jane Fontenot, Loretta Heath, Marjorie Gray and Betty Stoker were elected to Alpha Chi membership. On the student publications the Fideles furnished Loretta Heath as editor of the Pine Log and Betty Stoker as editor of the Stone Fort while Ramona Mc- Daniel held the position of business manager of the Stone Fort. The outstanding Fidele events of the year are the Ranch Rushee Party, the Forester-Fidele Halloween Ball, the Tea for the Exes, Christmas Dinner Dance, and the biggest event of the Spring is the Fidele-Forester Spring Festival. L First Row — Betty Adams, June Barton, Faye Bennett, Pat Bowser, Marilyn Bruyere, Ruby Childress, Pattie Cole. Second Row — Mary Lou Durham, Sue Fergerson, Jane Fontenot, Reba Foster, Joyce Gray, Marjorie Gray, Loretta Heath. Third Row — Mary Lo Koster, Frances McCauley, Ramona McDaniel, Billie George McKinney, Carrie Lou Parks, Frances Ray, B3tty Rults. Fourth Row — Billie Rulls, Betty Stoker, Juanita Vick, Mozelle Whiteside, Alma Ruth Williams, Jerry Zelesky, Mrs. Charlotte Collier, Sponsor. OFFICERS MARY JEAN GANN Vice-President BARBARA BECK Secretary JEAN DOSSEY President Stephen F. Austin Clad in tow sacks, Pine Burr pledges have chanted " I want to be a cute Pine Burr . . . " as they have pushed peanuts up the Vista for 21 years. Besides this unique initiation other an- nual events fill the Pine Burr calendar, as, for example, the Night Club dance complete with chorus line, homecoming float preparations, Big and Little Sister dinner, Christmas din- ner dance, sleeper, Valentine ball, assembly program, Sawyer- Pine Burr picnic, and the senior dinner dance. With all these activities Pine Burrs have distinguished them- selves in other fields such as furnishing homecoming queen lovely Jean Dossey with Florence Jamerson, Ruth Ivlaynard, Marie Brown, Margaret Rushing, Pat Talmadge, and Martha Tannery in her court. Winning third place was our home- coming float with rainbow of angel hair and dazzling at the presentation ball were such beauties as Sylvia Jones, Flor- ence Jamerson, and Jean Dossey. Twirling before our band was striking D ' Juana Jones with Billie Sullivan leading yells on the sidelines. Among Who ' s Who were Dorothy Shelton and Jean Dossey. Elected freshman favorite was Doris Jean Robinson. Stealing the show was our " Show Girl " production last spring which walked off with the assembly trophy. As the girls become full fledged members they discard the tow sack for the green weskit, symbol of the Pine Burr Club. These same girls proclaim even more strongly, " I want to be a cute Pine Burr. " First Row — Barbara Beck, Marianne Daw, Jean Dossey, Jean English, Mary Jean Gann, Jeannine Gibson, Barbara Horton, Florence Jameson. Second Row — Carolyn Lippard, Celia Maynard, Ruth Maynard, Martha Ann Nelson, Claudia Pessarra, Margaret Rushing, Dorothy Shelton, Doris Smith. Third Row — Billie Sullivan, Patricia Talmadge, Martha Tannery, McXie Whitton, Mariam Whitton, Virginia Williams, Mrs. Henrietta Baker, Sponsor, Sarah Bess Brookshire. Fourth Row — Marie Brown, Helen Caldwell, D ' Juana Jones, Sylvia Jones, Doris Jean Robinson, Mary Kathryn Williams, Joyce Woodham. OFFICERS GLENDA RUDD Vice-President JANE SWANZY President MARGARET IRWIN Secretary Stephen F. Austin Twenty-two down and many more to go! Yes, with twenty- two years down the Amities are Stephen F. Austin ' s oldest girls ' club. Unforgettable memories crowd the mind of every Amitie as their song, " I Love You So Amitie " rings clear and strong in Tuesday night club meetings. This year Jane Swanzy presides over these meetings with Glenda Rudd close at hand as vice- president. Margaret Irwin keeps the minutes and collects the money, while Betty Duran jots down a report for the " Pine Log. " Each pledge of 1950 will always remember Bonnie Law- son as her counselor and guide, while no member will forget Mary Lois Bane as she serves the post of sergeant-at-arms. Linda Wilson and Marguerite Stone keep the scrapbook so that fond memories of the Amities will be cherished for many years. Miss Vesta Bratt, as in years before, serves her role of faithful sponsor. Amities will always be recalling and reliving the Amitie Cocktail Lounge for rushees, the Anniversary Ball, the home- coming dinner for the Exes, the Christmas dinner dance, the Spring formal, and the all-club Backward Dance, ending with a slumber party for the girls, along with other picnics and parties among themselves and their brother club. With the ideals that they hold so dearly — friendship, loy- alty, courage, and honesty — a deep devotion for S.F.A., and □ hope for many years ahead, which will only burn more deeply and indelibly into their hearts their love for the Amities, the year 1950-51 will always be remembered. n I- u First Row — Kathleen Aliord, Mary Lois Bane, Reba Beavers, Edith Bland, ]o Ann Browning, Sharon Caldwell, Shirley Caldwell. Second Row — Carrie Hargrove, Nola Ann Horn, Margaret Irwin, Juanita Jackson, Helen King, Bonnie Lawson, ]o Ann Muckleroy . Third Row — -Barbara Potts, Judy Read, Mildred Roberts, Glenda Rudd, Virginia Sims, Marguerite Stone, Jane Swanzy, Fourth Row — Selma Thomas, Florence Tullos, Linda Wilson, Naomi Wright, Orell Yarbrough, Vesta Bratt, Sponsor. TONE FORT Another edition of the Stone Fort is now in the hands of the student body. It has been the sincere desire of the entire staff since September to compile a volume that will serve as a re- minder of old familiar scenes and faces and records of your fellow students during the year 1950-51. The excellent co-operation of the student body, faculty members, administrative staff, and advertisers played an im- portant role in the publication of this book. Sincere thanks for their splendid services are extended to Robert S. See and staff of the Shreveport Engraving Company; Bob Smith, commer- cial artist of Shreveport Engraving Company who did all the art work; Dr. C. F. Sheley, sponsor of the annual; and Law- rence Franks, faculty advisor of student publications. The ex- cellent photography throughout the Stone Fort can be at- tributed to George Shorter of Shreveport. The patience, guid- ance, and faithfulness of these has made our task a most en- joyable and profitable one. BETTY STOKER Editor STUDENTS WHO REGISTERED AT BEGINNING OF SPRING SEMESTER GRADUATES JAMES P. ANDERSON Nacogdoches KENNETH J. BAIRD Henderson JESSE OWENS BAKER Arp LOIS BANE Laneville CARRIE BARBER Beckville MINNIE BEYERS Mt. Enterprise MONTYE BIRDWELL Nacogdoches ROY BLAKE Nacogdoches J. W. BOLTON Nacogdoches MARY MAUD BOLTON Corrigan MAURINE BRADLEY Groveton WILL ERA CAMPBELL Jasper RUBYE CARTER Tenaha OPAL V. CHANNEL Laneville CLYDE CHISUM Bronson AUDRA CHRISTOPHER Nacogdoches A. B. COLEMAN Jasper LOTTIE BELLE COLLINS Lufkin RANDOLPH COX, JR Nacogdoches JULIA CRIM CRAIG Henderson IMOGENE CRIM Center NOAH B. DORMAN Nacogdoches MOZELLE MOORE DRENNON Kilgore LONNIE D. EVANS Big Spring J. M. FENDLEY Tyler HAROLD FISCHER Nacogdoches THOMAS FRANKS Nacogdoches ATTRESS RANDLE FROST Jasper THELMA D. GASWAY Byrkville ALLEN M. GATLIN Henderson WILLIAM HOWARD GEE - Call ALICE D. GILCHRIST Newton MARIE GRAMLING Overton JACK GRAVES Palestine RAY GREEN Henderson ORVILLE GUINN - Jasper ALICE JANE HALL Nacogdoches ROY HANNA Jacksonville ROBERT D. HAWTHORNE Kirbyville CHARLOTTE HEATHERLY Laird Hill MAY ME HENSLEE Nacogdoches ELOISE HESTER Center SAM HOOPER Paxton HOMER HOOVER Bronson CECIL JONES Nacogdoches J. W. JONES Lufkin ALBERT KELLEY Woodville BROOKSIE HOLT KENNEMER Lufkin EARNESTINE KEY Nacogdoches IRBY C. KIELY Jacksonville IWAN T. KING Jasper RICHARD KIRACOFE Nacogdoches RUTH KUYKENDALL Corrigan WINNIE B. LANGSTON Henderson PAULINE LESLIE Henderson RICHARD McDANIEL Joaquin JULIA McLEMORE Overton W. J. McLEROY Shelbyville LEROY McPHAIL Nacogdoches ALVOUS MATSHALL Nacogdoches OREAN MATHEWS San Augustine JEWEL MEREDITH Longview CYNTHIA METTEAUER Chireno S. W. MONROE - Jasper CULLEN MONZINGO Nacogdoches EDWARD D. MOORE Garrison ROSA MOORE Rusk TED MOORE - Alto ALICE MORTON Kilgore PAT NASH Tylei JACK NICAR Alto JOHN O ' BRANION Jasper IRENE ODOM Jacksonville EARNESTINE OSBORNE New London BESS PACE - Tyler ETTA PATTON Nacogdoches C. O. PERMENTER Center D. E. PERMENTER Nacogdoches PAUL PICKARD Zavalla BETTY PLYLER - Lufkin JIMMIE PLYLER Lufkin H. WINSTON POE Martinsville GAYE PRUITT Laneville VERSIE QUICK - Jasper JOHN RAMSEUR Overton BERNICE RAY - Nacogdoches R. J. RODDY - Troup LEON ROSE Jasper LEXIE ROSE Jasper IRENE SAFFORD Carmona SUE SELLERS Laneville DEBBIE SHARP Beckville TEXANNA SITTEN Sacul JOHN HENRY SLACK Jasper FREDERICA SMITH Burkville PAULINE COATS SMITH Hemphill SYBLE STEPHENS Nacogdoches YONSDA STILL Kilgore ROBERT L. STRONG Henderson LESSE LEE SUMNERS Joinerville JAMES SWEARINGTON Nacogdoches WILLIE LOU TERRELL Henderson HARRY JACKSON TITTLE Henderson TED POSTON TROUT Lufkin ALLIE VALENTINE Logansport DOLVIS WALKER Nacogdoches WILLIAM LUCUS WHITEHEAD Minden THOMAS RUSSELL WHITESIDE Center GERALD WICKMAN Kilgore NELLIE WILLIAMS .... Jasper ANDREW WOODS Tyler LELA WYATT Lufkin SENIORS TWILA BIGGERS CAMPBELL Center MARGARET EDENS CARTER ... Corrigan VERNA COFTY Bon Weir HELEN HARRIS Beckville BILL JOHNSON Nacogdoches JANIE JONES Reklaw PERRY LEWIS Kirbyville WINFRED MANRY Corrigan BOB MILLER - San Augustine RUBY MINTON Hemphill ARA NEAL - Jasper STUDENTS WHO REGISTERED AT BEGINNING OF SPRING SEMESTER FLORA THAMES O ' OUINN Lufkin ELOISE PATTERSON Woden DOT PEACOCK Bon Weir OLLIE SCOTT Lufkin ROBERT SHINDLER Nacogdoches CHRISTINE SINGLETARY PAUL STROUD Longview JAY TOMLINSON Spokane, Wash. BEATRICE WALKER Logansport, La. BOBBY WILKINSON Longview JUNIORS FOY ADCOCK Orange GERALDINE ALLEN Lufkin ROSE MARIE BOUNDS - Carthage RALPH BROUILLARD LaMargue IRENE CAMMOCK Timpson ELDWIN COLONY Nacogdoches MARY E. CORDTS Luikin L. E. CROSS , Palestine BILLIE JO DANIELS Henderson GLORINE DOGGETT Lufkin PATSY RUTH EMBERLING Longview THELMA EVANS Nacogdoches RAYMOND FERRELL Tyler ANN HARRIS Center FANNIE LANE Crockett S. N. LANHAM Keltys BILLIE McDANIEL Longview TOMMY McDANIEL Longview JUNE MARTIN : Kilgore BOBBIE LEE MOORE Jacksonville C. W. REEVES, JR Carthage AGNES SANFORD Pineland LEWIS GLEN STOKES Call VERA SWANZY Shelbyville DORIS McCARTHY TATUM Lufkin JAMES TERRY Longview VELMA JACKSON WORLEY Henderson ALLIE SUE YORK Tatum SOPHOMORES JOHN BARTON Center BILLIE BATES Center WYNN BEIDLEMAN Tyler RICHARD BENTLEY Nacogdoches CLAUDE BRINKLEY Houston ROBERT BRYAN Timpson CATES BURROWS Nacogdoches DORIS CALLOWAY Kilgore JAMES O. CHANCE Nacogdoches OTTIS CRENSHAW : Center ROBERT J. CROSS Kilgore ALVIN DAVIS Gary PATRICIA FORSE Newton W. C. FUSSELL San Augustine PHILLIP GANDY Hemphill SYLVIA GENTRY Gladewater ROBBIN HELWIG Hoisington, Kansas MARVIN HILL Kilgore EVA JANE HOWELL Beaumont STEVE HUGHES Newton HERMAN HUSTON Apple Springs LARRY JOYNER Logansport, La. TOM JACK KING Sacul WALTER LACY Troup LOUISE CLARK LEE Henderson CURTIS LENOIR Choice ROBERT MATZIG - Dallas EARL HENRY MEYER New Ulm BETTY MILLER San Augustine JESSE MITCHELL Nacogdoches WILLIAM MURCHINSON Crockett SHIRLEY NEWMAN - Nacogdoches ALFRED PARKER Jacksonville PERRY ARNOLD PARKER Jacksonville ROBERT REED Fairfield CLARICE SELVIN Lufkin NELDA STILL Overton MITCHELL TOR OK Houston LADDIE WALKER Newton FRESHMEN ROBBIE BOATMAN Cushing EARLINE BOOKER Cushing JIM B. BOYD - Alto RICHARD BRAUTIGAM Hamilton, N. Y. DUANE BROWN Temple, Okla. CHARLES BYERLY Curtis PHILIP VAN CAMPBELL Alto ELSIE CANTERBURY Kilgore MARILYN COVIN Gilmer RAY DAVIS Weslaco CHARLES EVANS Liberty FULTON CLARENCE Center R. D. GIVEN Lufkin JAMES HEAD Center CALVIN HODGES Houston WILLIAM HOSKINS Crockett LEONARD JOWELL Beaumont DON LADE -Waco MARIE LITTLE Nacogdoches JEAN McCALL Lufkin BILLIE McCAULEY Garrison ROBERT McDONALD Lufkin JOHN R. MILLER Kirbyville LITHE MILLLER Burkville JAMES MITCHELL Nacogdoches FREDDY MODISETT - Chester JEWELL MODISETT Lufkin LEROY MORGAN Sulphur Springs NATALYA MUCKLEROY Tenaha DON OSADA Waco VERNON PENDERGRASS Lufkin GARRETT POWELL Nacogdoches J. C. PREJION Lufkin BOBEY REIDER ' ■ Appleby BETTY SUE SHOFNER Nacogdoches ROBERT SNEED Nacogdoches GERTRUDE STRINGER San Augustine BALDWIN THOMPSON Weslaco GENE THOMASSON Jasper CRAIG TUCKER Nacogdoches S. B. TUCKER Nacogdoches CHARLES WICKER ■ Avinger KENNETH RAY WOODS Jasper CONTINENTAL Frequent schedules timed to a " T " to suit your convenience. That ' s only one of the advantages you ' ll enjoy when you use Continental Trailways buses ... to the next town or across America! 0 CONTINENTAL DIXIE LINES The Stone Fort National Bank NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Under the Same Name Since 1903 Capital: Surplus and Undivided Profits $ 592,110.00 Deposits 7,441,770.68 Resources 8,03 3 ,880.68 OFFICERS I. L. STURDEVANT Chairman of Board B. H. WILSON Assistant Cashier L. B. MAST President E. W. MONK Exec. Vice-President S. B. HAYTER Vice-President ALTON KING Assistant Vice-President R. E. GILMORE Cashier G. V. BURROWS Assistant Cashier L. B. MAST R. N. CASON C. N. THOMPSON G. F. CLARK DIRECTORS R. W. McKINNEY I. L. STURDEVANT A. L. NELSON C. D. THOMAS S. B. HAYTER E. W. MONK J. R. GRAY M. S. WRIGHT This Bank Is a Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Shop At . . . E. C. Best Co. The Smartest Clothes For The Smartest People Hunt umbing Supply Company Fine Plumbing Fixtures Visit Our Show Roottis NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS TEXARKANA, TEXAS MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS CONROE, TEXAS Harris Auto Supply Company Automotive Machinists and Jobbers A C Spark Plugs and Filters 624 SOUTH STREET NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Compliments of QUALITY CLEANERS Our Gift Shop Contains a Gift For Every Occasion YOUR OOWHTOM SHOPPING C£tm A V SM TffA See Us For Your SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY Compliments Wm. Perry Campbell Consignee MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Nacogdoches County, Texas Home Supply Co. Furniture and Hot Point Appliances NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Mize Bros. Depa rtment Store Quality Merchandise NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS REESE BROS. PONTIAC We Service All Makes Phone 1486 409 West Main NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Pays to Shop at PENNEY ' S NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS For the Best in Sales and Service Ben T. Wilson Chevrolet Co. 204 Pillar 182 183 Schlueter ' s Studio Serving The Independent Retail Merchants of East Texas Distributors of Libby ' s Fine Foods White Swan Flour Wholesale Only Nacogdoches Grocery Company DOCTORS!— STUDENTS!— PROFESSORS! — " Buy from us and get the bestest for the mostest for your money. That ' s good English and good judgment. " HOME ICE COMPANY A. T. MOTOR MAST OIL AGENCY A. T. MAST PERRY ' S TAILOR SHOP Cleaning, Pressing, and Altering 108 North Church St. Phone 671 NAC OGDOCHES, TEXAS Turner Pharmacy 318 MAIN PHONE 1478 Crain Crawford Sales-Service 133 MOUND STREET NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Coca-Cola Nacogdoches Bottling Company Be Bright — But Right at Novel Bright Modern Grocery Your Complete Food Center of NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS N. W. SMITH MOTOR CO. Oldsmobile -- Cadillac GMC Trucks 222 SOUTH ST. PHONE NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Compliments of H. R. Mast Your Dodge Dealer for 28 Years SALES — SERVICE 112 North Street Nacogdoches, Texas The Herald Publishing Co., Inc. Publishers of The Daily Sentinel The Redland Herald and Remington-Rand Agent Commercial Printing NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Shop at The College Drug Meet Your Friends For a Cold Coke and a Friendly Chat PHONE 113 Paul H. Martin Electricians Phone 229 1512 North Street For over 42 years the name of this institution has stood for all that is substantial in financial affairs in East Texas. COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Congratulations To All Graduates Lacy H. Hunt Lumber Co. Stripling ' s Phone 590 We Sell Everything Across From Post Office Compliments Duke H. Herbert Your Ford Dealer 131 West Main Street Phone 196 Nacogdoches, Texas For Sporting Goods, Hardware and Mercury Outboard Motors See Branch-Patton Hardware Co. Nacogdoches Cycle and Sport Shop Headquarters For Quality Sporting Goods Main Street Phone 54 Not any more In the " good old days " your shop- ping trip to our hardware store may have developed into a hunt- ing expedition, while both you and the clerk tried to find your needs among the 100,000 or 125,000 items we carry in stock but . . . today Our store has a new, beautiful front and the store inside is streamlined and conveni- ent to shop in . . . and we believe our store as modern as any, and prettier than most. We invite you to come in. We always strive to give polite, helpful service and trust- worthy value. CASON, MONK CO. HARDWARE — ESTABLISHED 1893 The College Grill — Good food awaits you 1. Lunches 2. Sandwiches 3. Steaks, chicken, etc. Students and faculty always welcome. " Just across the campus. " Compliments of MASON ' S CAFE " A variety of barbecued meats, home killed; Mex- ican food and other varieties of fine foods. " — Served Semi-cafeteria style — 218 WEST MAIN PHONE 9541 Depend on The College Cleaners for your cleaning and pressing " They Can Clean ' em " " Your only real security is a borne of your own. " STONE-CRAWFORD Building Material Co. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS PERRY BROTHERS 5 -10c and 25c Store " Air Conditioned for Your Comfort " All Standard Brands in Quality 5- 10c and 25c Store Merchandise Make Our Store Your Headquarters Compliments Levy ' s Man ' s Shop " The Smart Store For Men Nacogdoches, Texas Compliments of Nance ' s Cafe Best Wishes From Nacogdoches City Lines Compliments of S. F. A. Barber Shop " It Pays to Look Nice " Compliments of Wedgeworth Buick, Inc. We Serve Any and All Makes of Cars " When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them " 1601 NORTH PHONE 152 Burrows Brothers Men ' s Furnishing Ladies ' Lingerie MAX GREER CLOTHING STORE New and Used Men ' s Clothing Hats — Shoes — Accessories — Buy — Sell — Trade Anything of Value — Jewelry — Luggage — Radios Compliments Helpinstill Auto Supply NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS JEWEL HELPINSTILL Owner Compliments of NORTON ' S ICE AND ICE CREAM COMPANY Best Wishes From HARRIS ' Ladies ' Wear THE PHELAN COMPANY Wholesale Grocers and Coffee Roasters Congratulations J. E. REESE Agent CONTINENTAL OIL CO. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Best Wishes From Bennett-Clark Co., Inc. ft The College Grocery " Your Neighborhood Grocery We Carry Everything You Need in Groceries and Meat JIMMY PARTIN PHONE 970 WE DELIVER Compliments of R. T. NUTT New Car Center Nacogdoches, San Augustine, and Garrison Prices Priced to Sell Compliments of United Gas Corporation The Liberty Hotel Clean Courteous Comfort See Us For Your Banquets Air Conditioned Cafe and Banquet Facilities Phone 357 Compliments of SISCO Feed and Supply Purina Chow PHONE 531 NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Dr. J. A. Swindell OVER COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Manufacturer of Lenses Four-Hour Delivery Compliments of Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce Nacogdoches, Texas Compliments of Goldsberry-Hamilton Furniture Nacogdoches, Texas REID PARMLEY Allis-Chalmers Tractors and Parts Poultry Products J. I. Case NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Nacogdoches Floral Co. Lovely Corsages For All Occasions Phone 76 107 S. Church St. We Deliver Member F. T. D. Compliments of Martin ' s Drive In College Washateria " Complete Laundry Service " We Finish Shirts and Khakis 1517 North Phone 1599 C. A. NORTON Sporting Goods Store College Service Station Gas, Oil and Accessories Washing, Greasing and Steam Cleaning TIRES— TUBES— BATTERY RECHARGING Phone 653 201 East College St. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Best Wishes to Graduating Class of 1951 ANGELINA COUNTY LUMBER CO. 1887 — 1951 KELTYS, TEXAS THE FLOWER SHOP 309 Mound St. Phone 1346 " The Best In Flowers " BATES DRIVE-IN South Street LILA ' S 1600 North QUue OSofmet PURE MILK AND ICE CO. 134 W. Main — Nacogdoches, Texas Royal Typewriters World ' s No. 1 Typewriter Clary Adding Machines World ' s Fastest Adding Machines Clary Cash Registers Dictaphones Sales — Service — Rentals — Supplies Lufkin Typewriter Company LUFKIN, TEXAS TRAMMELL C. LACEY Consignee THE TEXAS COMPANY P. O. Box 328 Nacogdoches, Texas Compliments of Thompson ' s Prescription Pharmacy NEW PERRY BUILDING 100 SOUTH FIRST STREET LUFKIN, TEXAS NACOGDOCHES ICE CREAM COMPANY Serving Dairy land Ice Cream All Over Deep East Texas Compliments of Southland Paper Mills, Inc. LUFKIN, TEXAS " Pioneer Manufacturers of Newsprint From Southern Pine " STORY- WRIGHT TYLER— JACKSONVILLE— LUFKIN Office Furniture — Filing Equipment Office Supplies and Printing PHONE 334—116 EAST LUFKIN— LUFKIN DAIRY PRODUCTS Co. Compliments of SFA THEATER Compliments of the Nacogdoches Business College NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Travis N. Price, Manager Woodman Building Phone 426 Patronize Your Friendly PHILLIPS 66 DEALER ANGELINA COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY HUMBLE OIL REFINING CO. extends hearty congratulations and best wishes to THE CLASS OF 1951 may every success attend you HUMBLE LIKE S. F. A. GRADUATES JIane Stasi Pioductl ARE HIGH QUALITY Best Wishes For Your Success And So Goes The Success of East Texas L-IO- When You Pick Up This Annual 10 Years From Now Then As Now— Lone Star Folks Will Still Be Pulling— For S. F. A. TEXAS FARM PRODUCTS CO. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS To Our Advertisers Our sincere appreciation to all advertisers for their help in making this book avail- able to us. Merchants have found the Stone Fort a good advertising medium which places their names and products in a permanent record. It is an inspiration to see that you are behind us, and we of the college pledge to patronize you as often as possible. RAMONA McDANIEL Business Manager Art and Engraving for 1951 Stone Fort by Shreveport Engraving Co., Inc., Shreveport, La. I -1 I I 7 (- Vet VllUUf If CO 7 17 to -J- -: 1 ' ill j-£ rrll P -14- 1) 1j L tman. Cjt)mnas.iuin 1 « A t- ' .n ;__D. a (0 omens (jy™ Rusk pormttocy Power ' r Austin- fin J r-n on ° B n o r r ht X Veiv QymnasLuJ . (undev coutshuchottj Pool U £ T S T K E B T c:_ l: A fZ K. Z.B L V D- d Map Skoivinq ike (am? us of . Qibbs mail p(!np pKJ r ,f ! ,j C -vvncLcr construction) £tepheu -Austin, STATE COLLEGE Mr


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