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Show Hide text for 1958 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 216 of the 1958 volume: “ i 62329 the 1958 TONE FORT LO II STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE MR. W. F. GARNER DEDICATION With the close of the 1957 summer session at S. F. Austin State College, Professor William Fletcher Garner, a political scientist in theory and practice for half a century, officially ended a distin- guished career of public service. Head of the history and government department since the founding of the College 34 years earlier and associated with education for a total of 50 years, Mr. Garner re- tired from active teaching and administrative work to devote more time to his favorite hobby— " the fine art of fishing. " At retirement, he could look back with genuine satisfaction on a career that blended the practice of politics with the teaching of political science. A one-time candidate for a major state office and a long- time political party official, Mr. Garner numbered among his friends many of the great names of the political world. But by his own belief it was his work with public education that had brought Mr. Garner his greatest rewards. " My only regret, " he said, " is that I do not have another 50 years to devote to education. " To Mr. Garner, for his distinguished service to the college in particular and to public education in general, the 1958 Stone Fort is respectfully dedicated. 3 Instructional Recreational Physical Organizational Contents page 7 page 69 page 117 page 149 LIBRARY STEPHEN F.AUSTIN STATE COLLEGi NACOGDOCHES , TEXAS 5 STONE FORT STAFF Editors Deanne Dunbar Penny Chadwick Business Manager Tom McGee Art Editor , Mary Linda Allen Typist Libby Callaway Sponsor Edwin Gaston, Jr. ASSISTANTS Beth Cambell Eloise Smith Lynn Alexander Christene Goodman President and Mrs. Boynton Congratulations on a job well done. In order to bring to a successful conclusion the program of work necessary to obtain a degree from a recognized college, the individual needs intelligence, perseverance, ambition, understanding, and diligence. You who this year are receiving degrees from Stephen F. Austin State College have manifested these character- istics, hence are deserving of much praise and best wishes. These we now extend. As you leave the College, however, we want to express the hope that in addition to these characteristics of a scholar your sojourn at S.F.A. has caused you to deepen your respect for your fellow man, has vitalized your appreciation of beauty, has expanded your concept of personal responsibility as a member of society, and has undergirded and strengthened your faith in the Divine to the end that you will live not only thoughtful, productive lives but also wholesome, cultured, happy, purposeful ones. Of each may it be said, " His cup runneth over. " Paul L. Boynton, President Stephen F. Austin State College BOARD OF REGENTS Seated, left to right: Mr. Stovall, Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Sears, Mr. White, and Miss Koch. Standing, left to right: Mr. Mills; Mrs. E. Orter, of Austin, secretary to Mr. Isbell; Mr. Isbell; Mr. Barnes; Mr. Brown; and Mr. Woodward. HON. FRANK WHITE, President Cleveland, Texas HON. HENRY SEARS, Vice-President Hereford, Texas HON. JACK WOODWARD Dallas, Texas HON. W. H. FRANK BARNES Terrell, Texas HON. H. L. MILLS Houston, Texas MISS ELIZABETH KOCH San Antonio, Texas HON. C. S. RAMSEY San Augustine, Texas HON. WILLIAM V. BROWN Texarkana, Texas HON. RICHARD F. STOVALL Floydada, Texas HON. CLAUDE ISBELL, Secretary Austin, Texas DEANS Dean of Women 1 10 DEPARTMENT HEADS JOHN L. SULLIVAN, Ph.D. Professor of Agriculture KARL T. SCHLICHER, Ph.D. Professor of Art GERALD LEPERE, B.A. , B.D., M.R.E. Director of Baptist Student Unior ALN RICHARD REED, S.T.M. Director of Wesley Bible Choir EDWIN L. MILLER, Ph.D. Professor of Biology FRANK J. LAUDERDALE, M.Ed., C.P.A. Professor of Business Administration HAROLD E. ABBOTT, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry DAVID TOWNSEND, Ph.D. Professor of Economics ARTHUR L. LONG, Ed.D. Professor of Education T. J. KALLSEN, Ph.D. Professor of English ARNE K. KEMP, Ph.D. Professor of Forestry C. F. SHELEY, Ph.D. Professor of Foreign Languages WILLIAM T. CHAMBERS, Ph.D. Professor of Geography W. W. DOSSEY, Ph.M. Professor of Health and Physical Education LUCILLE NORTON, Ed.D. Professor of Health and Physical Education C. K. CHAMBERLAIN, Ph.D. Professor of History and Government for Men for Women EDNA WILKIN, M.A. Professor of Home Economics MILDRED V. WYATT, M.S. in L.S. Librarian W. I. LAYTON, Ph.D. Professor of Mathemati cs FREDERICK BAUMGARTNER, M.M. Professor of Music SHERMAN EAGER, Ph.D. Professor of Physics F. A. POLLOCK, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology ROBERT B. CAPEL, Ph.D. Professor of Speech FACULTY DOYLE ALEXANDER, B.S., M.A. Acting Insructor of Mathematics ROBERT BAKER, B.S., M.F., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Forestry HELEN BARRON, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Home Economics CARLTON BENZ, M.S. Acting Instructor of Speech VICTOR BILAN, D.F. Assistant Professor and Director of Forestry Research LOIS F. BLOUNT, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of History J. H. BURR, JR., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology W. S. CANNON, B.S., M B A. Associate Professor of Economics JIM CANTER, B.S., M.Ed. Instructor in Physical Education and Assistant Coach MAURICE W. CECIL, B.A., M.A. Acting Assistant Professor of English ALBERT T. CLARKE, A.B., M.Ed., D.Ed. Assistant Professor of Education N. R. CLIFT, B.M., M.M. Instructor of Music LARRY COVIN, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Director of Guidance and Associate Professor of Physical Education J. T. COX, B.S., M.M., M.A. Associate Professor of Music ELIZABETH DAVIS, B.A., M.A. Instructor of Foreign Languages CAROLYN EAVES Assistant Librarian LOUIS ELLERBROOK, B.S.Ed., M.A., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education and Director of Elementary Student Teaching SUE ENGLISH, B.S. in H.E., M.Ed. Instructor of Home Economics JOE E. ERICSON, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government VICTOR B. FAIN, B.S. Lecturer of Journalism HAROLD J. FISCHER, B.S. in Physical Education, M.A. Director of Athletics and Associate Professor of Physical Education R. J. FOSTER, M.E. Acting Instructor of Mathematics GLADYS FOX, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English LAWRENCE T. FRANKS, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education and Director of Student Placement and Alumni Services EDWIN W. GASTON, JR., B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of English and Director of Office of College Information FACULTY SALLY M. GEARHART, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Assistant Professor of Speech ROBERT S. GLOVER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture G. F. GRAY, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Agriculture A. B. HALBERT, B.S., M Ed. Instructor of Chemistry GEORGE W. HARDIN, B.B.A., CP. A. Instructor of Business Administration and Auditor TOM HARWOOD, M.S. Instructor of Physics ELMA HEARD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English F. EUGENE HEILMAN, A.B., M.S., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology IVEN H. HENSLEY, A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Psychology DAVID CRAIG HIGBEE, B.S., M.A. Acting Instructor of Art WILSON M. HOWELL, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government JIMMIE M. HUDGINS, B.M.Ed., M.Ed. Instructor of Music and Band Director ELLIS V. HUNT, B.S., M.S. in Forestry Assistant Professor of Forestry TED L. JEFFERIES, B.S. Director of College Inventories GLADYS B. JOHNSON, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Business Administration B. T. JONES, B.B.A., M.Ed. Associate Professor of Business Administration CECIL JONES, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture DORIS ELIZABETH KING, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government JOE D. LACY, B.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Education and Business Manager WILLIAM J. McCALLUM, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Education and Director of Extension HOWARD McCARLEY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology LEROY McCLENDON, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education and Director of Secondary Student Teaching JOHN P. McELROY, B.S., M.S. Instructor of Art S. W. McKE WEN, B.S. Registrar ROBERT T. McKIBBEN, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education 13 FACULTY LOUISVILLE MARSHALL, B.A., M A. Associate Professor of English VIRGINIA MATHEWS, B.S., M.Ed. Instructor of Health and Physical Education ROBERT S. MAXWELL, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government rector of Bureau of East Texas Research CAROLYN STURDEVANT MILLER, B.A., B.M. Part-time Instructor of Music JAMES LYNN NICHOLS, JR., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government MARY A. NOOE Assistant Librarian JAMES RICHARD PARRISH, M.A. Instructor of English R. B. PINSON, B.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics and Di- CAROLYN M. PRICE, B.S., M.Ed. Instructor of Business Administration EARL PRINCE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology S. D. REDFIELD, LL.B., C.P.A. Lecturer of Business Administration WILLIAM M. ROBERSON, B.S. Instructor of Health and Physical Education and Assistant Coach NELSON T. SAMSON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Forestry HELEN B. SAVAGE, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of English and Philosophy HUGH SMITH, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Biology ORAN STANDLEY, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Agriculture ROBERT H. STEINKELLNER, B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.M., D.Ed. Assistant Professor of Education JOHN O. STEPHENS, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education and Basketball Coach SUE TAYLOR Assistant Librarian JOHN W. TISHLER, M.S. Instructor of Physical Education JAMES H. VALENTINE, B.S., M.S. Director of Soils Analysis Laboratory RICHARD J. WALLACE, B.S., M.F., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Forestry DORIS K. WATTS Associate Librarian MRS. HAYDEN WHITLEY Assistant Librarian STAFF MRS. FLORINE ALEXANDER Secretary to Director of Placement LENA ARNWINE College Nurse MRS. SHIRLEY W. ATKINS Assistant Bookkeeper MRS. HENRIETTA BAKER Manager of Student Union BETTY BERNHARD Secretary to Director of Extension and Correspondence MARY ANN BROOKS Secretary to Department of Forestry MRS. C. E. FERGUSON Director of Stone Fort Museum MRS. MARY LOUISE FLENIKEN Secretary to Director of Guidance MRS. MARIAN GOODRUM Secretary to Director of Athletics MRS. ELIZABETH KILLINGSWORTH Director of Wisely Hall CATHIE KLEIN Assistant Bookkeper MRS. SHIRLEY B. McLAIN Secretary to Librarian MRS. J. R. MELTON Director of Gibbs Hall JESSE W. MILLARD Warehouse Superintendent MRS. ELSIE MILROY Dietitian MRS. MARILYN ODOM Secretary to the Dean of the College MRS. VADNA OSBORNE Secretary to Registrar MRS. MARY ELIZABETH SCOTT Secretary to Business Manager MRS. JEWELL SHEFFIELD Secretary to Director of College Inventory SUGENE SPEARS Secretary to the President MRS. GLENDA SPRADLEY Secretary to Dean of Graduate School MRS. MADGE STALLINGS Secretary to Faculty and Director of Stenographic Bureau MRS. ORA STEVENS Director of Senior Dorm MRS. BILLIE WEATHERFORD Secretary to Director, Office of College Information RUTH WILLIAMSON Head Bookkeeper TRAVIS WHITAKER Assistant Auditor and Cashier PAUL S. WILSON Director of Maintenance and Storekeeper 15 16 The summer term ends with August graduation. ■HHBHHIHMHMIIiHIHSHBMHM i Jflj i 4 Akins, Tyann Brown Baker, Robert Burnett, Richard Bynum, Wanda Evans, Thomas Henderson, J. C. Nacogdoches San Marcos Big Lake Alto Nacogdoches Gilmer s GRADUATES Lea, George Allen Nacogdoches McSween, Maree Lufkin Moore, Alene Alto Pruitt, William Charles Nacogdoches Sheffield, Jewell Russell Sitton, Buene Voigtel, Carl Richard Watson, William E. Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Rusk ENIORS Class Officers President John Wood Vice-President Tom Bingham Secretary Freddie Gossett Reporter Jerry Bridges SENIORS Adams, Sherrie Ann Agnew, Gene Melvin Aiken, John Alexander, Inez L. Nacogdoches Troup Nacogdoches Zavalla Anderson, George Darsey Grapeland Askins, Joseph M. Lufkin Baker, Edna Merle Athens Baker, John E. Cleburne SENIORS Bryant, Robert S. Brynes, Ann Bynum, Norman S. Houston Center Carthage Carpenter, Myrtle Moore Nacogdoches Casper, James Cates, George L. Cherry, Alma Chisholm, John Chuoke, Anthony C. Clark, Lowell Coker, Loreda Collier, Anne Collier, Mary Ann Cooper, James D. Cox, Peggy Green Crampton, John A. Crutcher, Beth Davis, Donald R. Davis, Gwen Nacogdoches Dallas Nacogdoches Overton Galveston Luf kin Kilgore Hillister Palestine Zavalla Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Kilgore Nacogdoches Woodville SENIORS Dodson, Mary E. Dowdy, Billy Drew, John A. Earley, Billy J. Ellerbrook, W. L. Ezell, Glenn Ezell, Wanda Ruth Flournoy, Clifford Fojtik, Sonja Gaddis, Votto A. Gilmore, Jim E. Davis, Ronald M. Davis, Wilburn Davison, Van E. Rusk Tyler Mercedes Big Spring Nacogdoches Maydelle Maydelle Center Luf kin Hallsville Luf kin Goldsberry, Frank H. Nacogdoches Goodwin, Betty Lufkin Gossett, Freddie Henderson Griffin, Patsy Longview Grimes, Charles Glenn Lufkin Dayton Ballinger Lufkin SENIORS Grogan, Linda Jo Hailey, Alva Hamilton, John Frank Hardin, Anice Marie Grapeland Nacogdoches Sweeney Port Arthur Hardy, June Nacogdoches Hardy, Wayne Cushing Harrison, Betty Arrington Lufkin Hearnsberger, Mary Gladewater SENIORS Hylton, Elizabeth Jared, James Jarrell, William S. Jordan, James R. Liberty Rusk Overton Leesburg Kerzee, Imogene Kidwell, Berry Jacksonville Alto Kitchens, Mary Katherine Fairfield Klein, Catherine Nacogdoches Labar, James Paul LaGrone, Letha Lamb, Ann Harlingen Panola Kilgore Latimer, Unice H. Lazarine, Clifford Lowery, Elwin McBride, Nay McClatchey, Clyde E. McCollum, Tommy McGee, Tom Steve Mclntyre, James Lockesburg, Ark. Nacogdoches Huntington Greggton Dallas Palestine Nacogdoches Alto SENIORS McLemore, Henry San Augustine McNair, Annette Garrison McNeese, John Q. Jacksonville Majors, Claudine Hinson Livingston Mathis, Charles G. Mayes, Fannie O. Port Arthur Lufkin Monroe, Gloria Mooney, Allen Stoner Moore, Bobby Morrow, Bobby Lufkin Woodville Laneville Crockett Murphy, Neal Neill, Ronnie Newton, Kenneth N. Null, Betty San Augustine Tyler New London Lufkin Nutt, James Edward Corsicana Odom, Marilyn Greggton Oliver, Charles Aaron Zavalla Parkerson, Larry Douglass SENIORS Parrott, Sue Patterson, David Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Pearman, Tracie D. Pfleider, Troy Pickett, Gerald D. Portwood, Billy E. Primrose, Cecil Prince, Phil Rambo, Bill Ratcliff, Johelen Rider, Carol Rider, Dale Rosson, Charlotte Sue Schieberle, Arnold Schillings, David E. Sebasta, Charlie Sechrist, Jerry Shaddock, Robert Alto Beaumont Port Neches Whitehouse Chireno Nacogdoches Longview Colmesneil Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Palestine Gonzales Center Bryan Kilgore Lufkin SENIORS Tatum, Miriam Zavalla Taylor, Dale Hamilton Thomas, Billie M. Wells Thomas, Ima Gene Huff Henderson Tindall, Bennie Nacogdoches Tinsley, M. Willard, Jr. Houston Tipton, Earl Nacogdoches Todd, Fred W. Garrison Tucker, Ann Tucker, James Larry Tucker, June Waskom Mineola Waskom Turner, Wade Earl San Angelo Utley, Jon Nacogdoches Van Shoubrouek, Barbara Leggett Walker, Faye Woods Walker, Harvel Gene Walker, Marilyn Weatherly, Jesse P. Hemphill Hemphill Tyler Nacogdoches SENIORS Weatherly, Michael Weir, Jerrell F. Nacogdoches Beckville Welch, R. C. Wheaton, Royce G. Wheeler, Odis White, Pat Troup Longview Nacogdoches Silsbee Whitehead, Raymond San Augustine Wilcox, Mary Lou Gladewater Williams, Charles F. Nacogdoches Williams, Pat Selman City Willis, Billy M. Nacogdoches Wisener, King Lufkin Witherspoon, Marita Jane Timpson Wood, John A. Bonham Woods, Bartie T., Jr. Wooten, Shirley York, Johnny Zwick, Darrel Nacogdoches Gary Lufkin Logansport, La. UNIORS President Marshall Kendrick Vice-President Henry Pope Secretary Bettye Shelton Reporter Murrell Thornhill 29 Abshier, Priscilla Acker, Jimmy Adams, Joel Agan, John Nacogdoch Tyl Cartha( Lufk Alexander, Frances A. Houstt JUNIORS Alexander, Patricia Nacogdoches Anderson, Charles Robert Jacksonville Anderson, Corbett Pollok Andrews, Doris Huntington Armstrong, Tracy Lee Zavalla Bailey, Mrs. Barbara Adams Tatum Bankhead, Jesse Arnold Carthage Baxter, Norma Houston Bell, Silver Center Biggers, Martha Houston Biggerstaff, Joe Nacogdoches Blackmon, Margaret Jane Henderson Blakeney, Leon H. Boozer, Wayne Bradshaw, Bruce Brashear, Dorris Kermit Douglass Nacogdoches Lufkin Brock, Ashford Brown, Marvin Butler, Joy Callaway, Elizabeth Lufkin Silsbee Chireno Longview 30 Campbell, Carolyn Chadwick, Penny Clark, Rita Cobb, Jimmy Collins, J. Lynn Center Tyler Richmond Longview Luf kin JUNIORS Collins, Joe P. Collins, Turner Colwell, Frances Sue Cooper, John Cox, Kay Crawford, Gerald Crawford, William L. Crump, Robert Daniel, Joe C. Davis, Bob Davis, Helen Davis, Paul H. Dawson, Harry Dale Dawson, James H. Delmar, James Earl Dickeson, Joyce Dorman, Merle K. Dubose, Wanda Ducy, Ollie Gene Dunbar, Deanne Kennard Livingston Jasper Houston Henderson Timpson Martinsville Timpson Luf kin Haslet Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Longview Hempstead Houston Joinerville Nacogdoches Carthage Selman City Longview Duncan, Wayne DeKalb Dunlap, Royce Elton Henderson Dunn, Bobby Corsicana East, Barbara Carthage Eddington, James Apple Springs JUNIORS Ellerbrook, Harry Lowell Elliot, James Ellis, Verne R. Ezell, Gilbert Dean Nacogdoches Rusk Luf kin Maydelle Fagen, H. E. Fikes, Dean Fitzgerald, Carey T. Flynt, Kenneth W. Redwater New Castle Tyler Jacksonville Fouts, Diana Frank, Carl Franzene, Kenneth Fuller, Tommye Jean Nacogdoches Lampasas Winnie Nacogdoches Futrell, Carroll E. La Mesa Gandy, Shirley Hemphill Glover, Mrs. Peggy B. Nacogdoches Goodman, Byron Stanley Kilgore Goolsby, Dixie Lee Lufkin Greene, Major Lufkin Greer, Charles N. Henderson Griesser, Lois Wilma Tyler Grisham, Peggy Henderson Grissom, Ira L. Nacogdoches Haight, Dafford Greggton Hale, Delores Arp Hamilton, Julia Faye Selman City JUNIORS Hammett, Dorothy Ann Hargett, Ottis Hart, Charles Howard Hatton, James B. Nacogdoches Marietta Greggton Nacogdoches Havard, Nora Heliums, Gene Henry, Alice Marie Hicks, Orval Nacogdoches Scurry San Augustine Baytown Hill, Charles Johnson, Felix Johnson, Richard E. Jones, Joy Ann Kilgore Nacogdoches Henderson Nacogdoches Kelly, Shirley Carthage Kendrick, Marshall H., Jr. Nacogdoches Koster, Henry Beaumont Kucera, David Ennis La Rue, Charlotte Lester, Juanell Lewis, Emogene Lewis, Patsy Palestine DeKalb Tyler San Augustine 33 Little, James N. Chireno Lovell, James L. Crockett Lowe, Lynne Owens Mt. Enterprise Loyd, Gerald Lubbock McCanne, Peggy Kilgore JUNIORS McCauley, Helen McMillian, Joe Mathews, Cherry Menefee, Sally Jo Timpson Nacogdoches San Augustine Center Millikin, R. J. Moore, Billy Hoyt Moore, Robert Gene Morris, J. B. Bronte Corsicana Tomball Carthage Nicar, Billie Ann Nichols, Jere N. Oliphant, Louis Buddy Oswald, Gerald Ray Jasper Nacogdoches Port Neches Clifton Owen, J. Durwood Pair, Kenneth Palmer, Marcia Parker, Norris Lee Corsicana Stephenville Marshall Henderson Patterson, Patsy Timpson Perkins, Mrs. Betty Lanier Freeport Pool, Dolores Henderson Pope, Henry D. Corrigan 34 Preston, Brian Bellaire Quinn, Morris Nacogdoches Rice, Mary Louise Texas City Richey, Joseph W., Ill San Augustine JUNIORS Roberson, Edwin Ross, Mrs. Marie Rountree, Verabel Scarber, Donald C. Scates, Barbara Scott, John Scott, Wanda Fae Shelton, Bettye McLerd Henderson Jacksonville Jacksboro Center Liberty Carthage Athens Sherman, James Shiflett, Ernest L. Shirkey, George Rogers Sitton, Brooks Maydelle Overton Ft. Stockton Cushing Sitton, Martha Ann Skillern, Elwanda Smith, Carrie Smith, Don Sowell, Raymond Spears, Martha Jean Spradley, Larry Stephens, Herchel Stephens, Preston Stewart. Thomas Cushing Nacogdoches Gladewater Longview San Augustine Tyler Port Arthur Luf kin Luf kin Tyler 35 JUNIORS Thomas, Barbara Texarkana Thomas, Elizabeth Carthage Thomas, Kenneth J. Cushing Thomas, Paul Douglas Atlanta Thomason, Bill Brownfield Thompson, Albert Groveton Thompson, Gay Nell Martinsville Thornhill, Murrell Faye Nacogdoches Utsman, Martha Vance, Barbara Vickery, Ann Walton, Grace Walton, Keith Westbrook, Frankie Lee Whitaker, Dewey Whitaker, Suzanne Woehst, Loretta Gladewater Troup Tyler Chireno Chireno Frankston Cushing Jacksonville Dickinson Woolverton, Buford Mt. Enterprise Worley, Joel Mt. Enterprise Worsham, James Barry Wright, Mary Olivia Nacogdoches Ynfante, Rosie Ann Nacogdoches Youngblood, Terry Jo Lufkin 36 OPHOMORES Class Officers President Charles Brightwell Vice-President Tom Brunner Secretary-Treasurer.... Anita Wedgeworth Reporter Cora Love Tucker Allen, Jo Anne Allen, Laurence Allen, Mary Linda Nacogdoches El Paso Longview Allen, Millard Anderson, Marion Port Lavaca Grapeland SOPHOMORES Anthony, Clara Arnold, Ro bert D. Barber, Jeanette Barnes, Billy Barnett, Sonja Barnwell, Bettye Barton, Charles R. Beavers, William Bergman, Bob Boyett, Robert K., Jr. Bradberry, James Bradshaw, John Nacogdoches Henderson Aransas Pass Henderson Pasadena Nacogdoches Garrison Baytown Corrigan Huntington Selman City Center 38 SOPHOMORES Bybee, John Clinton Cann, Byron B., Jr. Carnley, Leo F. Cates, Dan B. Houston Shreveport, La. Diboll Alto Chastain, John A. Cheshier, Jimmy Earl Coats, Jim Allen Cordray, Judge Sidney Douglass Lancaster Nacogdoches Milam Cotton, Marie Courtney, Jo Crampton, Glydie Creech, Marcelle Gallatin Luf kin Diboll Center 39 Cunningham, Hunter Curbow, James Dabbs, Erwin Goliad Garrison Luf kin Darst, Maury Davis, Carolyn Davis, Delen Marie Galveston Luf kin Ft. Worth Davis, Jo Beth Denman, James Nacogdoches Nacogdoches SOPHOMORES Derrick, Kenneth S. DeVille, Barbara Doggett, Tommy Durrett, Rose Tenaha Lake Jackson Center Moody Dykes, Spike Edmiston, Glenda Eisenmann, George Ellis, Mary Ann Ballinger Hemphill Nederland Vidor Ellis, Ruel L. Ericksen, Theodore H. Erwin, T. C, Jr. Evans, Peyton Houston Galveston Gladewater Mt. Enterprise 40 Fancher, Joe Fant, Jan C. Fariss, Barbara Center Linden Luf kin Fausett, Gaynell Fitzgerald, Glenn Forse, Marilyn Irene Center Tyler Houston Gay, Ted Marshall Gerloff, Marsha EH SOPHOMORES w ■ - ■ jy». Gibson, Glenda Henderson Glass, Nona Elkhart Glass, Robert Snyder Gleaves, Donald Gene Di boll Grant, Marjorie Green, Barbara Greer, Curtis Griffin, Joe Lynn Houston Henderson Henderson Mt. Enterprise Griggs, Lewie Wayne Hagins, Bernie Joe Hairgrove, Kenneth D. Hall, Truman Neches Snyder Tenaha Huntington 41 SOPHOMORES Herman, Jimmie Marfa Hicks, Jeanne Jacksonville Hightower, Joseph W., Jr. Palestine Hill, Sarah Beth Lufkin Hinson, Linwood D. Longview Holcomb, Robert H. Alto Holder, James Michael Nacogdoches Holland, Melvin C. Linden Honea, J. R. Nacogdoches Humphrey, Tommy Dee San Angelo Irish, Leonard Bailey Center Irwin, Carol Jean Tatum Jackson, Karena Tuttle Jackson, Mike Jenkins, James Selman City Mt. Enterprise Woodville Keener, Edith Kelsey, J ames E. Marshall Jefferson Kerss, James Thomas Nacogdoches Kinsey, David L. Kirkland, Burl G. Nacogdoches Luf kin SOPHOMORES Klenke, Diedrick Bryan Lambert, Joe E. Landrum, Jerry Lynn Lang, Johnny Langford, Dale Langford, James E. Lankford, Mary Ann Lazarine, Doris Lee, Billy B. Lee, Ginger Lee, John Logan, Shirley San Antonio Nacogdoches Houston Jacksonville Cushing San Augustine Woodville Killeen Geneva Houston Diboll Houston 43 Long, James Hugh Long, Sylvia Louvier, Claudet Grapeland Jacksonville Nome Lovelady, Billy Wayne Luman, Jim, Jr. Lumpkin, Judy Jacksonville Nacogdoches Henderson McAdams, Hollis McBride, Marvin B. Pollok Nacogdoches SOPHOMORES McGaughey, Dan V. McGonegel, Delores McLemore, Vernon Mace, Joyce Alto Beaumont San Augustine Lufkin _____ ____ Malone, David Mann, Betty Sue Martin, James Martin, Jimmie K. Corrigan Nacogdoches Texas City Pittsburg £ |M__ Martin, James W. Mathews, Don Mathis, Peyton K. Matthews, Dan Gus Kilgore Joaquin Lufkin Jacksonville 44 May, Hugh Kenneth Mayfield, Earl B. Middleton, Mary Alto Douglass Port Arthur Minton, Frank Muckelroy, Harlene B. Musgrave, Elizabeth Snyder Center Livingston Nelson, Sara Nutt, Mary Lou SOPHOMORES Lufkin Nacogdoches Odom, Orville Neil Ogletree, Ben Olmstead, Robert C. O ' Quinn, Janice Apple Springs Livingston Arp Nacogdoches Parks, Gloria Ann Patrick, Donald Juan Perkins, Harold Piatt, Donald Lee Burnet Oil City, La. Nacogdoches Kilgore Pool, C. Wendell, Jr. Pool, Neal, Jr. Poskey, Pat Powell, Helen Nacogdoches Kirbyville Nacogdoches Lufkin A Power, Marceleete Rains, Mary Nell Reagor, Walter J. Reck, Jerry Reck, Tommy Reeves, John Rex Nacogdoches Clinton Nacogdoches Houston Beauchamp Longview Rhodes, John W. Riddle, Lester Luf kin Nacogdoches SOPHOMORES Rodgers, F. Sherman Rodgers, Thurman Rogers, Billy E. Rushing, Wanda Temple Temple Nacogdoches Luf kin Scale, Joseph Scarborough, Charles R. Schoettler, Don Scott, Nancy Lane Nacogdoches Rosenberg Henderson Seagle, Dwayne Selman, George Shambaugh, Phyllis Sliva, Robert San Angelo Luf kin Luf kin Lane City ■ V 9 Smith, Carolyn Rochelle Nacogdoches Smith, Charles San Augustine Smith, Dean Lufkin Smith, Eloise Smith, James Smith, James Center Edgewood Houston Smith, Janice Texas City SOPHOMORES Smith, Rual Spears, Fran Spivey, Graves Spurlock, John Stahl, Charles Stanford, Virginia Stechman, Susan Stewart, Carol Stewart, Dottie Brown Swint, Donald Thomas, Jerry Thompson, J. D. Houston Nacogdoches Henderson Longview Woodville Barksdale Longview Lufkin Baytown Garfield Keltys Tillery, Tom Bob Tindall, Hulon Townsend, Clifford Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Pollok Triana, Albert Tucker, Cora Love Van Benthuysen, Ursula Nacogdoches Center Port Arthur HHHH Vaughn, Melva Velvin, Sandra Henderson Henderson Lm SOPHOMORES Wagnon, Donna Walker, Hugh R. Walton, Bob Ware, Jimmy Nacogdoches Conroe Nacogdoches Gary Ware, Leeon Warr, Bobby Warr, Kenneth W. Watkins, Everett San Augustine Center Center Douglass Watkins, H. David Watkins, Sherry Watt, Betty Watts, Charlotte Quitman Tenaha Beaumont Luf kin 48 Webb, Steve Wedgeworth, Anita Weldy, Billy Center Pampa Kermit Wells, Glen F. Nacogdoches West, Houghton Henry Nacogdoches Westbrook, Ward Powell Jasper f - P WiM .C3 If. 1 Whitaker, Sandra Cushing SOPHOMORES Whitcomb, Robert White, Ralph Whitehead, James Worth Minden Whitton, Shirley Wilks, Ann Wilson, Kenneth Allen Wilson, Thomas B. Nacogdoches Texas City Center Nacogdoches Womack, Laura Wood, Leah Yarbrough, Kenneth Zevely, Daryl D. Marshall Carthage Timpson Kilgore F I RESHMEN Class Officers President Bill Doss Vice-President Dixie Queen Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Hardy Reporter Grady Lowery 50 Abbott, Edna J. Abernathy, Jo Ann Abney, Thomas Alonzo Adams, Garleatha Aikman, John D. Nacogdoches Rusk Luf kin Huntington Houston Ain, Harry S. Ainsworth, Elwin Johnny Alders, Nancy Jean Alexander, Lynn Paul Alexander, Odis D. Nacogdoches Kennard Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Nacogdoches FRESHMEN Alford, Donald W. Allison, Jimmy L. Angle, John Arnold, Scharla Asher, Kay San Augustine Pollok Nacogdoches Alto Alto Athey, Lillie Belle Austin, Grover Wayland Bailey, Goldie Bailey, Larry Baker, Curtis Lynn Luf kin Nederland Nacogdoches Marshall Kennard Baker, Gene Baker, W. D. Baker, Welta Baldree, Lucene Bane, Larry Diboll Malakoff Buffalo Bronson Houston Bane, Neil Nacogdoches Barrett, Jannette Mt. Enterprise Barton, Gene D. Bivins Beauchamp, Bobby Beckville Biggerstaff, Wanda J. Nacogdoches FRESHMEN Birdsong, C. R. Maracaibo, Venezuela Blankenship, Glenda Jo Tatum Blount, Guy A. Nacogdoches Boley, Charley Albert Corrigan Bone, Jimmy Henderson Boone, Tom Dallas Boudria, Bobby F. Nacogdoches Bowles, Richard Michael Gladewater Bowman, Billie Louise Orange Boyde, Eddie Corpus Christi Bradshaw, Charles R. Center Bradshaw, Leah Carole Nacogdoches Bretz, Beverly Ann Bartlesville, Okla. Bridges, Terry Briggs, Eileen Henderson Whitney Brightwell, James M. Brock, Charlene Brooks, Lynda Brookshire, Richard A. Brown, Betty Jacksonville Luf kin Marshall Luf kin Diboll Brown, Dan Bruner, Jimmy Bryan, Glynn Myrlee Bryan, John Gibson Bryan, John Lynn Buchanan, Ota Denver Burch, Robert Burgess, Bobbie Mrs. Burgess, Tim L. Burkett, Emma Sue Henderson Mineola Broaddus Henderson Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Luf kin Houston Nacogdoches Beaumont 52 FRESHMEN Burrows, John Lynn Nacogdoches Butler, Raymond Hemphill Callahan, Loyd Lufkin Campbell, Carroll W. Nacogdoches Carlton, Hardy Blake Jasper Carney, Barbara Ann Carpenter, Eddie Carroll, Jackie Chadwick, Frances Champion, Bettye Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Center Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Chance, Alfred Bronson Chance, Henry N., Jr. Pittsburg Chandler, Joy San Augustine Chasteen, Patricia Ann Beaumont Chelette, Larry Houston Chireno, Nellie Sue Christian, Sonny Christopher, Tommy Clark, Janice Helen Nacogdoches Henderson Houston Livingston Clower, Oliver Wendell Dallas Collier, Dillen Collins, Benny B. Collins, Tommy Compton, Billy Cook, Martha Ann Cushing San Augustine Center Dublin Nacogdoches Corley, Don Nacogdoches Cortines, Robert Vencent Nacogdoches Cravey, John L. Buna Curl, Edgar T. Lufkin Darcy, Paulette Houston 53 Darling, Wendy Davis, Barbara Dean, Delores Delafield, Jack DeOlive, Sherry Texas City Henderson Henderson Cushing Longview Donahoe, Mary Dorsett, James Nathan Doss, William Droddy, Ruth LaVerne Eakin, Gloria Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Luf kin Bronson Timpson FRESHMEN Eddington, Jimmie Edwards, Eve Tula English, James A. Evans, Charles Fagg, Pat Faircloth, Darcey Farris, Peggy Fawvor, June Fertsch, Patty Fiedler, Georgia Jean Luf kin Nacogdoches Port Acres Kerrville Wells Fisk, Eleanor Virgie Fleming, Judy Fletcher, Bobby Hugh Forbis, Anita Ford, David Huntington Center Logansport, La. Nacogdoches Dallas Fortenberry, Richard Lee Fountain, Jerry Freemen, Martha Sue Fuller, Norris Ray Fuller, Odie G. Merryville, La. Center Freeport Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Groveton Houston Hull Luf kin Evadale Gandy, Betty Gannon, Drucilla Garcia, John Glenn Garrett, Kenneth Garrett, Patsy Garrison, Tommie Nell Gilcrease, James Gonzalez, Joe Goodman, Christene Luf kin Texas City Luf kin Chireno Houston Alto Orange Wells Goodman, Patricia Ann Douglass FRESHMEN Graeter, William Fedrick Longview Grand, Kenward Port Acres Grant, Neil Center Gray, Martin Chireno Green, Lorine Frances Aransas Pass Green, Thomas Allen Griffin, Carrol Richard Griffin, La Juan Griffin, Wilfred Lee Nacogdoches Center Garrison Bronson Griffin, William Alfred Grissom, Loreta Hacker, Katie Hahn, Cecil Bronson Nacogdoches Henderson Alto Haines, Freddy W. Hairgrove, Preston Halbert, La Juan Hall, Jerry Hall, Roy Walter Nacogdoches Pasadena Chireno Diboll Nacogdoches FRESHMEN Hammond, Thomas L. Hampton, Barbara Ann Hancock, Jonetta Port Arthur Nacogdoches Jasper Hanka, Shirley Joyce Hanks, Hillman Hansen, Frederick W. Harbuck, Otis Hardy, Barbara Jean Houston Bronson Nacogdoches Luf kin Longview Hardy, Lois Hargis, Frank Kendale Harper, Mliton Bruce Harris, Elizabeth Ann Harris, Elizabeth A. Luf kin Luf kin El Paso Carthage Center Harris, Jim Edward Harris, Veneta Harvey, Jerry Lee Havard, Carolyn Havard, Wanda Faye Palestine Lufkin Goliad Huntington Texas City Hayden, Charles Wills Point Hebert, Charles M. Carthage Henslee, Barry A. Jacksonville Hensley, Joann Jacksonville Herrington, Harold H. Jr. Orange Hillin, Pansy Ruth Hitchcock, Judy Holt, David M. Horton, James Robert Hughes, Lester Nacogdoches Houston Lufkin Nacogdoches Center 56 FRESHMEN Humphreys, Glen Ray Hurt, Jane Hutto, Charles D. Nacogdoches Gilmer Luf kin Irwin, Emmeline Port Arthur Jackson, Bobby Gene Lufkin Jackson, Geraldine Lufkin Jackson, Ronald C. Lufkin James, William Donald Alto Jared, Suzanne Jenkins, Jackie Hugh Johnson, Allie D. Johnson, Beverly C. Johnson, Iva Belle Johnson, Joe Pat Johnson, Vester Ann Johnston, Bo Jones, Betty Marie Jones, Billy Frank Jones, Jerry C. Jones, Judy Jones, Lonnie Jordan, Patricia Joshlin, Judy Jumper, Patsy Keith, George Kendrick, Royce Kennedy, Carmen Kimmey, John M. Victoria Nacogdoches Pleasant Hill Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Rusk Diboll Alto Nacogdoches Avery Diboll Tenaha Lufkin Silsbee Lufkin Franklin Nacogdoches 57 King, Connie Marie King, Glenn L. King, Lillie Faye Kirkpatrick, Carl W. Post Nacogdoches Rusk Clute Kitchens, Van Nathan Lufkin Kitchens, Verna Faye Lufkin Koshi, Mrs. Willie Grace Nacogdoches LaCombe,W.E.,Jr. W. Peabody,Mass. FRESHMEN Landrum, Melvers Keltys Langford, Philip Mt. Enterprise Largent, George Lufkin Latham, Carroll Dwain Pineland Ledbetter, Sharon Ruth Houston Lee, John Edward Leverett, William Lindsey, Donald Wayne Lockey, Eddie Looney, Ona Lee Lout, Jack Loveless, Glenda Lowery, Billie Nell Lowery, Grady Wayne Lucas, David Jack Lunsford, Forrest C. McAdams, Eirby D. McAndrew, Joseph McBroom, C. J. McCurry, Audrey Diboll Selman City Houston Troup Cushing Shelbyville Garrison Etoile Woodville Center Henderson Lufkin Lufkin Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Mc Elmurry, Judy Jacksonville McElroy, Robert Earl San Augustine McEwin, Harold Lloyd Nacogdoches McFarland, Mary Ann Nacogdoches McFarland, Michael R. Nacogdoches McGown, Joyce San Augustine McGown, Rosemary Milam McLaughlin, Mary Elizabeth Kilgore ✓ F IT r Maddux, Douglas Holcomb Lufkin Mahone, Lonnie Wayne DeKalb Manning, Leon Garrison Martin, Mary Ann Longview Martin, Wilson Val Daisetta Matlock, Faye Matney, Bernice Maxey, Patricia Meek, Jerry Melde, Charles Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Hemphill Tyler Hemphill Meyers, Jackie Center Miles, Helen Tyler Miley, Shirley Jeanette Nacogdoches Mills, James Arthur Groveton Minton, Helen Jean Nacogdoches FRESHMEN Minfon, Joseph Mitchell, Vanita Ann Mixon, Hughie Welton Nacogdoches Luf kin Broaddus Monroe, Kelly Longview Montes, Paul Glenn Nacogdoches Montgomery, Lois Ratcliff Moore, Benford James Nederland Moore, Clarence Ray Center Moore, Harley Houston Moore, Jerry Laneville Moore, Maureen Nacogdoches Moore, Robert Raymond Lufkin Moore, Mrs. Thelma Nacogdoches Morgan, Wilmer Bronson Jasper Mosely, Marion Lufkin Neathery, Raymond Dallas Neel, Joyce Douglass Nerren, Ralph Huntington Nethery, Ronald A. Nacogdoches Noble, Bernice V. Nacogdoches Noble, David I. San Augustine Norwood, Lourette J. San Augustine Ogden, Charles R. San Augustine Oliver, Robert Wayne Zavalla Owen, Donna Corsicana Parrish, Ben Lufkin Parrish, Culberson Alford Leggett Patrick, Patsy Henderson 60 FRESHMEN Pepper, Inell Pepper, Isabel Lorene Perry, Rex Michael Longview Laneville Nacogdoches Phillips, Robert Silas Pickle, Lou Pinkham, Pat Pirtle, Marilyn Ann Porter, Diane Rotan Jasper DeKalb Laneville Longview Porter, Martha Powell, Elton Powell, John W. Prickett, B. Wayne Purvis, Cleo Jacksonville Brookeland Conroe Nacogdoches Corrigan Purvis, Maurine Quarles, Mary Queen, Dixie Quimby, William Floyd Rice, Charles Luf kin Alto Nacogdoches El Dorado Luf kin Rice, Glenda Ruth Camden Richey, Norma Jean Nacogdoches Richey, Velma Christine Nacogdoches Rinehart, Kathryn Risinger, Ferron Gladewater Nacogdoches Rives, Madonna Roberts, Neal Roberts, Sam Robinson, Rachel R. Rochester, Jamie Henderson Beaumont Dayton Honolulu, T. H. Lake Jackson 61 Rogers, Carlos Wiergate Rogers, Jerry David Orange Rose, Valerye E. Port Arthur Rowand, Donald Charles Palacios Rucker, Totsy Rudd, Syble Williford Rudd, William Edward Runnels, Kenneth Dale Russell, Charles Ray Nacogdoches Center Center Huntington Luf ki n FRESHMEN Russell, Alice Louise Sanders, Fred Gail Sanders, Jack C. Scoggins, Winnie Seale, Tommy Dell Luf kin Nacogdoches Marshall Luf kin Nacogdoches Selman, Patricia Ann Shadowens, Freda Kay Shaver, Quention Sheffield, James E. Shepherd, James R. Luf kin DeBerry Grapeland Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Shepherd, Maelinda Center Sheridan, Pat San Augustine Shillings, Tom Center Shoubrouek, Vernon R. Nacogdoches Simmons, Lola G. Nacogdoches Singleton, Harold L. Nacogdoches Skinner, William Edward Joaquin Slayton, Nancy Sue Lufkin Smith, Fred Spencer Center Smith, Juanell Nacogdoches 1 Smith, Linda Sue Smith, Mary Smith, Robert K. Smith, Thomas A. Snodgrass, Pat Carthage Houston Bham, Alabama Nacogdoches Luf kin Spann, Thomas Edward Spear, Jimmie Norman Spencer, Billie Marie Stagg, Charles Staples, Larry Joaquin Nacogdoches Douglass Vidor Tyler FRESHMEN Stone, James Samuel Stripling, Roy Dale Strong, Jimmy Ray Stroup, Donald M. Summer?;, Wanda Hemphill Nacogdoches Garrison Nederland Huntington Surratt, Kenneth Sutton, John Oliver Tate, Amy Carolyn Taylor, Glenn Marlin Texas City Nacogdoches Marlin Percilla Taylor, Rebecca E. Kilgore Thomas, Emma Joe Wells Thompson, Bill Henderson Thompson, Dorothy Merle Lufkin Thompson, Earl Wayne Huntington Tindall, S. Steve Townley, Richard L. Turpin, James Vinsonhaler, Barbara Wade, Bob Nacogdoches Alto Garrison Houston Tyler FRESHMEN Wagner, Marianne Waidrop, Bobby G. Wallace, Faye Lazolle Wallace, Glenn S. Garrison Nacogdoches Keltys Luf kin Wallace, Jane Wallace, Roy Gene Waller, Janice Dee Watkins, Mildred Watson, James E. Henderson Port Arthur Woodville Douglass Center Watson, Shirley Ann Nacogdoches Watson, Charles Van San Augustine Weatherly, Roger D. Garrison Weber, Henry J. Nacogdoches Wells, Dewey Calvin Broaddus Whatley, Joy Lanelle Wheeler, Dickey Ray White, Jerry Warner Whitehead, Sue Whitley, Oleta Nacogdoches Shelbyville Luf kin Nacogdoches Luf kin Williams, George Robert Williams, Johnnie Dale Williams, Roddy Williams, Thomas R. Willmon, C. R., Jr. Alto Nacogdoches Luf kin Carthage Luf kin Wilson, Wayne Wimp, Pat Wise, David W. Wood, Carolyn Jean Woods, Wanda Jean Crockett Luf kin Houston Shelbyville Carthage 6.5 AGRICULTURE BUILDING HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE B. S. U. NEW BOYS ' DORM A. W. BIRDWELL MAIN BUILDING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING spring ' 57 Spring brings new life to SFA and its students. Forestry field day, new classes, pledges, and dances make fun and work as the days slip by and make the 1957 spring semester a memory. Has Reginald made a first down with his tobacco? Sure enough! He won the trophy. ... a gold spittoon. 71 One of the outstanding events of the spring season is the Forester— Fidele Spring Festival. Mikel Taylor reigned as queen of the 1957 Spring Festival. These dancers were just part of the fine en tertainment. summer ' 57 New freshmen, visiting students and pro- fessors, and clinics make summers at SFA extremely interesting. Swimming classes and watermelon feasts add to the fun of summer and invite one to come back in the fall. Eager freshmen slave over orientation Dr. King and her world travelers are ready to go. Students welcome visiting profs to SFA for the summer. All present and accounted for. There ' s always time for a game at the SUB. 77 Lunchroom clinic has banquet at Banita Ballroom. i£Z Cheer up, kids! It won ' t last long. fall 57 Fall begins as freshmen receive beanies and eagerly await fall events. Football games, homecoming, and rush parties fill their social life as studies fill their academic life. All these make the first semester an exciting part of college life. My, these freshmen look tired! I wonder why. Now everyone sing, says Mr. B. 80 The new semester brings initiation into EHR. Guests line up at Pine Burr rush party. floats 1957 The Fidele elephant took first place. The Rebels produced a fourth place winner. Sylvans Sylvans created a human cannonball for their float. FFA calliope had real steam! " Under the Big Top at SFA " was the freshman float theme. P. B. ' s had a beautiful second place winner. 82 The Fideles entertain exes at tea after the homecoming game. homecoming teas The duchesses of SFA. Everyone seems to be having a good time at the dance. Roll out the red carpet as Queen Anice ascends to the throne. A long and happy reign for a beautiful queen! 84 The good music was provided by the college band. Christmas season brings the Foresters and Fideles together for a gala dinner dance. Lambda Gamma - Sigma Gamma ' s enjoy their Christmas dinner dance. Some early arrivals are Tom McGee, Sally Menefee, Prissy Ab- shier, and Bobby Sliva. December brings out some cute little Fidele pledges. Pine Burr fall pledges pose before the peanut roll Clean-up time for Foresters after their flour fight. Fideles pose for the camera at formal initiation of fall pledges. The girls discuss the latest gossip before the final judging Mr. and Miss SFA presented with runners-up and Austinite poll winners. Tearful Anice was again named SFA ' s most beautiful girl. A line-up of beauties— the cream of the crop. Cheese— says Beth, one of SFA ' s most beautiful four. 88 Crowd looks on as beauties are presented one by one. Hey, join the crowd, grab a girl and dance. Anice beams as final presentation is made. I If t 43 spring I95S The spring semester began with rush parties, dances, and many other exciting events which make the last semester at SFA enjoyable and memorable to all. Early arrivals at Sigma Gamma-Lambda Gamma rush party picnic. The fun-filled Fidele Fair! Looks like everyone is ready to eat! Hey, where ' s all the girls? Hot dogs and pink lemonade. Freaks in the Fidele Fair. Fidele Fairgrounds are packed! 90 w Rehearsal for spring play " Blithe Spirit " gets under way. These three pretty girls pledge Tau Beta Sigma. Sub is always busy— between and during classes. The domino tables are never vacant. 91 Golly! What enthusiastic faces! Alice and her beau are all dressed up for the Sadie Haw kins dance. 92 Everyone had fun at the twirp dance. Now Harold has double trouble— two invisible wives. Fide ' le Kite Flight gives the pledges plenty of exercise. Janice, Jimmy, and Jitterbu; bination for fun at the Gril 9:30 at the Grill— mob scene. Cheeer up, boys. We all have to go to class sooner or later. Joyce Smith Lady-in-Waiting Dorothy Hooper Lady-in-Waiting Priscilla Abshier Ferguson Hall Sherry Adams Student NEA Rita Clark A. C. S. Ina Dora Bass Tau Beta Sigma Kay Cox Senior Dorm Paulette Darcy Rebels Helen Davis Wisely Hall Dorothy Hammett Choir Deanne Dunbar Stone Fort Freddie Gossett Lambda Gammas Joy Jones Student Congress Judy Jones New Boys ' Dorm— No. 1 Sally Menefee Wesley Foundation Sue Greer F. F. A. Mary Middleton Sigma Gammas Marceleete Power Canterbury Madonna Rives Freshman Class Jamie Rochester W. R. A. WHO ' S WHO in American Colleges and Universities Leggett is the hometown of Barbara van Shoubrouek. She is president of Y.W.A. and vice-president of the Sigma Gamma social club. Barbara also is secretary of the Student Congress and a member of the executive council of the B.S.U. From McKinney, Texas, comes an outstanding member of Who ' s Who. Owen Davidson is an accounting major who is also a Senior member of Alpha Chi. Owen holds active membership in the Accounting Club. James Boynton is a senior Biology major from Lufkin. He is a member of the Collegiate Division of the Amer- ican Chemical Society and the newly organized Inter- national Relations Club. Another outstanding student in the accounting depart- ment of SFA is Janice McBride Wright. Janice is also very active in the Accounting Club and is from Nacog- doches. Murreli Faye Thornhill, better known as " Sissy, " is a Biology major from Nacogdoches, and pledge captain for the Fidele social club. She was wittiest girl for two years in the Aus- tinite Poll and a Stone Fort Beauty. Another well known hometown student is Hood Goldsberry. Hood is a senior Accounting major and served as vice-presi- dent of the Student Congress. He also was the 1958 president of the Sawyer social club. Betty Stewart is a homemaking major from Garrison. She was chosen a duchess from EHR in the homecoming activities. She is also a member of Fideles and the EHR. Paul Williams, an Accounting major from Henderson, is president of the Accounting Club. He is a mid-term graduate who earned a well-deserved position on the 1958 Who ' s Who. Anice Hardin began her senior year at SFA by reigning as Homecoming Queen. Anice was chosen as top Stone Fort beauty for the second time. She is secretary of the Pine Burr social club, and member of the newly organized Rodeo Club. Anice is an elementary education major from Port Arthur. Vivacious Pat Browning is a senior ele- mentary education major from Tyler. Pat is president of the Fidele social club, mem- ber of the Alpha Chi, and duchess from the Sylvans in homecoming. She was chosen most typical and most popular girl in the Austinite Poll and was elected Miss SFA. Marshall Kendrick is a student from Nacogdoches who is an active member of the Forester social club. A very popular student at SFA, he serves as president of the I.S.C.C. and also of the junior class. Another popular student at SFA is Bob Bryant, member of the Sawyer social club and the Sylvans. Bob is a senior Forestry major and president of the Student Congress. He was chosen most popular boy in the Austinite Poll and elected Mr.. SFA. A very busy member of Who ' s Who is Evelyn Austin, editor of the Pine Log. Evelyn was duchess in the homecoming activities, a member of Alpha Chi, and serves as secretary for the Fidele social club. . Evelyn is also from Nacogdoches. Pert little Freddie Gossett is a senior P.E. major from Hen- derson. She is president of the Pine Burr social club and secretary of the senior class. Freddie is also a member of W.R.A. and the Rodeo Club. She was chosen duchess from the Lambda Gamma Club for homecoming. AUSTINITE POLL Dumbest Boy and Girl Bubba Chastain Ann Wilks Most Typical Boy and Girl John Wood Pat Browning Most Handsome Boy Most Beautiful Girl Willard Tinsley Madonna Rives 103 Beauty No. I Anice Hard Beauty No. 2 JoBeth Davis Beauty No. 3 Beth Temple Beauty No. 4 Jane Hurt Beauty No. 5 Prissy Abshier Jane Hurt At the close of the 1957 football season, the team chose Miss Jane Hurt as their Lumberjack Sweetheart. Jane is a freshman student from Gilmer. She was also Stone Fort Beauty No. 4 and favorite of the freshman class. PHYSICAL From the first football game until the last track meet, the physical activities play an important part in student life. Whether he is spectator or participant, he learns to accept victory and n the following pages, these sports activities and the some of the games are given. The cheerleaders add a great deal of spirit to all of the games. Through the athletes, the spectators and the cheerleaders, we have another important aspect of college life. mm Serving their first year as SFA cheerleaders, Delores, Don, Sonja, Cecil, Janice, and Jerry have done excellent jobs in boosting school spirit. Their tireless effort will always be appreciated, and we hope to see them back again next year. Thanks, kids! CHEERLEADERS SFA GOLF Four members of the 1957 golf team, which finished third in Lone Star Conference play, won letter awards. Coached by Billy Jack Roberson, they are Jimmy Nutt and Bennie Stubbs, of Corsi- cana; Robert Baker, San Marcos; and Bill Cook, Lufkin. In the conference meet in May, 1957, at Beaumont, the quartet shot a 633 to finish third behind Lamar Tech with 583 and East Texas with 629. SFA TRACK The 1957 SFA track team is composed of capable members. They are Dale Taylor, Hamilton; George Shirkey, Fort Stockton; Tracie Pearman, Alto; Bruce Bradshaw, Nacogdoches; Ottis Har- gett, Marietta; Jimmy Cobb, Longview; Glenn Brady, Clinton, La.; and Wade Turner, San Angelo. 123 BOYS ' INTRAMURALS Mr. Tishler and his student assistants look over lists of intramural sports. These smiling faces mean only one thing— these are the winners. The boys ' intramurals program on the campus of SFA is a well- planned group of competitive ac- tivities for boys who are interest- ed in sports. There is a great amount of keen interest in the different teams and champions in all the sports. No matter what type of sports are offered, they can be found in the intramural program. 124 GIRLS ' INTRAMURALS The girls ' intramurals are a very important phase of collegiate activities to girls who are interested in competitive sports. There are many well— planned and supervised activities for the girls who participate. This program always offers a lot of fun and enjoyment as well as being a competitive activity. 128 These gals are really huskin ' that corn! Promenade Indian Style. " The Corn Huskin ' Bee is an annual event sponsored by the Delta Psi Kappa. It fea- tures square dancing, hog calling, chicken calling, husband and wife calling, and various other events. Winners in each contest receive prizes, and everyone seems to have a very good time. Nothing like " good ole mountain music. Well, the judges sure look happy. Pictured left to right are, First row: Nutt, Weldy, Smith, Hagins, Hathorn, Greer, Roberson, Taylor, Bradshaw, Turner, Hatton. Second row: Morris, Labor, Schieberle, Neill, Pair, Blakeney, Dykes, Fikes, Manchester, Hargett, Gaddis, Zevely. Third row: Manchester, Humphery, Lind- sey, Sliva, Shirkey, Smith, Dawson, Herman, Minton, Lloyd, Nichols, Acker, Roberson, Fischer. Fourth row: Allen, G., Allen, M., Surratt, Johnston, Cobb, Ellis, Pearman, Cates, Thomason, Boykins. Trade P„„ C ° " Ca P ' a ' ns 6 Pea " »°n and Votf ° Gaddis 1957 LUMBERJACK FOOTBALL COACHES The coaching staff at SFA is under the capable direction of Harold J. Fischer who began his second season as head coach this year. He has been associated with SFA football since 1947 when he began as football line coach. Assisting Fischer is James Canter, head track coach and graduate of SFA. Another graduate and two year man at SFA is Billy Jack Roberson, head golf coach and assistant football coach. Pictured with them is the student football coach, George E. Allen. These husky four play an important role in the life of a lumberjack. Billy Jack Roberson Allen, Millard r Blakeney, Leon Bradshaw, Bruce Cates, George Dawson, James Date September 14 September 21 September 28 October 5 October 12 SFA 1957 FOOTBALL RESULTS Opponent Site SFA Opp. Northwestern Louisiana Shreveport 7 20 Northeast Louisiana Nacogdoches 10 7 Louisiana Tech Nacogdoches 13 19 Lamar Tech Beaumont 12 27 Howard Payne Brownwood 20 7 Dykes, Spike Fikes, Dean Gaddis, Votto Ellis, Rual Hargett, Otis Hathorn, Jackie Hatlon, Sonny Greer, Nick Hagins, Bernie Herman, Jimmy Humphrey, Tommy Johnston, Bo Labor, Jimmy Lindsey, Donald Lloyd, Gerald 134 ■ Minton, Frank Morris, J. B. Neill, Ronnie 1 Nichols, Jere Nutt, Jimmy Pair, Ken Pearman, Tracie Roberson, Edwin Schieberle, Arnold SFA 1957 FOOTBALL RESULTS Date Opponent Site SFA Opp. October 19 Southwest Texas (Homecoming) Nacogdoches 20 13 October 26 Texas A 1 Nacogdoches 32 November 2 Sul Ross Alpine 19 November 9 East Texas Commerce 12 19 November 16 Sam Houston Nacogdoches 28 14 Denotes Lone Star Conference games. Shirkey, George Sliva, Bobby Smith, David Smith, Rual Surratt, Kenneth Taylor, Dale Thomason, Bill Turner, Wade Weldy, Bill Acker, Jimmy Oliphant, Buddy I Zevely, Daryl 135 1957 LUMBERJACK FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS Under the direction of Coach Harold Fischer and his assistants, Billy Jack Roberson, Jim Canter, and George Allen, the 1957 Lumber- jack football team compiled the college ' s best Lone Star Conference record since 1935, when SFA finished as tri-champion, and the top season mark since 1954. It won five of seven conference games to finsh a close runner-up to Lamar Tech and East Texas, which tied for the championship, and it captured six of ten games overall. Highlights of the season follow: SEPTEMBER 14— Playing for the first time before television cameras at the State Fair Stadium at Shreveport, the Lumberjacks dropped their season opener, 20-7, to a Northwestern Louisiana State team destined to go on and tie for the Gulf States Conference championship. Center Jere Nichols tallied the SFA touchdown on a 20-yard return of an intercepted pass, and Quarterback Votto Gaddis kicked the extra point. SEPTEMBER 21— Electrifying the first home crowd of the season, Gaddis kicked a 17-yard field goal in the fading moments of play to give the ' Jacks a thrilling 10-7 victory here over North- east Louisiana State. Before Gaddis ' kick, SFA had scored a touchdown on halfback Wade Tur- ner ' s 12-yard run and an extra point on Fullback Edwin Roberson ' s kick. The victory evened the ' Jacks season record at 1-1. SEPTEMBER 28— A Louisiana Tech team, also destined to go on to a tie for the Gulf States Conference championship, edged the Axmen, 19-13, here. Fullback Ronnie Neill thrilled the parti- san fans with a 55-yard touchdown scamper for SFA, and Gaddis added another score on a one- yard plunge. Gaddis, too, kicked the lone extra point. OCTOBER 5— The Lamar Tech Cardinals, who were to tie for the LSC title, spoiled the Lumber- jacks ' conference debut at Beaumont, handing SFA a 27-12 defeat. Halfback Ottis Hargett scored the first ' Jack touchdown on a 12-yard pass from Gaddis, and Roberson added the second on a one-yard plunge. OCTOBER 12— Brownwood provided the scene for the start of a four-game winning streak that gave promise of carrying SFA to a championship. There the Lumberjacks trounced Howard Payne, 20-7, to even their LSC record at 1-1 and to in- crease their season ' s winnings to two games in five starts. Gaddis kicked field goals of 36- and 28-yards and booted an extra point to account for 7 of the Axmen ' s points. Roberson scored a Mr -J touchdown on a nine-yard run, and halfback James Hatton scored another on a 13-yard pass from Quarterback Jackie Hathorn. Hathorn also added an extra point from placement. OCTOBER 19-Their second consecutive vic- tory in conference play the Lumberjacks re- corded, 20-13, at the expense of Southwest Texas before an SFA homecoming crowd. Hargett scored first on a 38-yard pass from Gaddis, and his touchdown effort was followed by those by Hathorn on a one-yard plunge and by End Tracie Pearman, who blocked a punt and fell on the ball in the end zone. Gaddis kicked one extra point, while Neill added the other. The win was SFA ' s first since 1951 over Southwest Texas. OCTOBER 26— Playing here before a crowd chilled by freezing winds, the Lumberjacks rolled to their third win in four LSC games and their fourth in seven all season by trouncing a sup- posedly strong Texas A I eleven, 32-0. Touchdowns were contributed by end Tommy Humphrey on a 19-yard pass from Gaddis, Roberson on a six-yard scamper, Gaddis on a six-yard run, Hatton on a one-yard plunge, and Quarterback Bernie Hagins on a four-yard carry. Gaddis kicked two extra points. NOVEMBER 2— The Lumberjacks drove to their fourth straight victory by defeating Sul Ross, 19-0, at Alpine. Hatton tallied first on a 43-yard pass from Hathorn, and his touchdown was followed by those by Roberson on a one-yard plunge and by Turner on a 15-yard run. Gaddis kicked an extra point. NOVEMBER 9— East Texas State, which went on to tie Lamar Tech for the LSC championship, broke the Lumberjacks ' four-game winning streak by handing SFA a 19-12 defeat at Commerce. Neill scored for the Axmen on a one-yard plunge and Roberson duplicated the feat. The loss left SFA with a 4-2 conference mark and a 5-4 season record. November 16— Breaking a five-year victory drought to the conference ' s defending champion, the ' Jacks thrashed Sam Houston, 28-14, in their season finale here. All SFA scoring was packed into the first half. It included a one-yard plunge by Roberson, a 12-yard pass play from Gaddis to Pearman, a 42-yard pass play from Hathorn to Hatton, and another one-yard drive by Roberson. Gaddis kicked three extra points and Hathorn a fourth. The win was SFA ' s first since 1951 over Sam Houston. Everyone will remember this game between the Bearkats Bradshaw carries for the ' Jacks! and the Lumberj LONE STAR CONFERENCE LONE STAR CONFERENCE Conference Stand ings Team W L T Pet. Pts. Opp. Lamar Tech 5 2 .857 172 90 East Texas 6 1 .857 188 76 S. F. Austin 5 2 .714 143 90 Sam Houston 3 3 1 .500 108 112 Southwest Texas 3 4 .429 104 114 Texas A 1 2 4 1 .356 87 129 Howard Payne 2 5 .286 99 117 Sul Ross 7 .000 46 229 Pearman runs with the ball in the afternoon workout. STANDINGS FOOTBALL FOR 1957 Season Standings Team W L T Pet. Pts. Opp. Lamar Tech 8 2 .900 263 140 East Texas 8 1 .889 232 89 S. F. Austin 6 4 .600 73 126 Texas A 1 5 5 1 .500 199 155 Southwest Texas 4 6 .400 139 200 Sam Houston 3 5 1 .389 122 147 Howard Payne 3 6 .333 1 1 1 150 Sul Ross 3 7 .300 99 257 Gaddis goes down but the ' Jacks keep the ball. 138 Thirty-two players and four managers were awarded letters for service during the 1957 foot- ball season at S. F. Austin State College. Award recipients were nominated by Coach Harold Fischer and his assistants, Jim Canter, Billy Jack Roberson, and George Allen, and were approved by the faculty athletic committee headed by Dr. Robert S. Maxwell. Four of the players won their third letter in football for the Lumberjacks, while two won their second and 26 won their first. The Third-year lettermen included quarterback Votto Gaddis, of Hallsville, and end Tracie Pear- man, Alto, team co-captains, and tackle Arnold Schieberle, Gonzales, all three of whom grad- uate, and guard George Cates, Dallas, who has another year of eligibility. Second-year lettermen, both of whom return next season, are halfback Bruce Bradshaw, of Center, and tackle Rual Smith, Nacogdoches. First-year lettermen, all of whom return, are as follows: Jackie Hathorn, Pt. Neches, and Bernie Hagins, Snyder, quarterbacks; Bo Johnston, Gladewater, Dale Taylor, Hamilton, Wade Turner, San Angelo, Billy Weldy, Roswell, N. M., Ottis Hargett, Marietta, James Hatton, Nacog- doches, and Ronnie Manchester, Jena, La., halfbacks; Ed Roberson, Rodessa, La., Ronnie Neill, Tyler, and Bi ll Thomason, Brownfield, fullbacks; Spike Dykes, Ballinger, and Jere Nichols, Kilgore, centers; Gerald Loyd, Lubbock, Bobby Sliva, Lane City, and Leon Blakeney, Kermit, guards; Jimmie Herman, Marfa, David Smith, Edgewood, Ken Pair, Stephenville, James Dawson, Hempstead, George Shirkey, Ft. Stockton, and Frank Minton, Snyder, tackles; and Dean Fikes, New Castle, Tommy Humphrey, San Angelo, and Nick Greer, McAllen, ends. Managers receiving awards in- clude Jimmy Acker, of Tyler; Robert Akins, New Boston; Louis Oliphant, Port Neches; and Daryl Zevely, Kilgore. 1958 LUMBERJACK BASKETBALL First row: Cheshire, Mahone, Lowery, G., Jones, Davis, Gonzales, Moore, J. Second row: Morgan, Moore, B., Atkins, Cooper, Lowery, E., Allen. Third row: Coach Stephens, Worsham, Harraid, Drew, Tinsley. The 1957-58 Lumberjack basketball team perpetuated the College ' s domination over other teams in the Lone Star Conference. In 27 LSC campaigns, the ' Jacks, who this sea- son won 10 of 14 conference games, have built up an advantage over every league foe but East Texas, which holds only a slight 32-30 edge. They boast a 16-5 advantage over Howard Payne; 13-3 over Lamar Tech; 41-38 over Sam Houston; 35-24 over South- west Texas; 16-2 over Sul Ross; and 25-2 over Texas A I. As a team SFA led the Lone Star Conference in two statistical categories. Third-ranked nationally in defense, the Lumberjacks boasted the best defensive average in the conference, holding opponents to an average of only 50.1 points a game. And they hit 45.3 per cent of their field goal atttempts to pace the circuit in this department. LUMBERJACK COACH Lumberjack coach, John O. Stephens, is a graduate of Austin College, of Sherman, where he took his bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees. The 1957-58 basketball team fin- ished third in the Lone Star Conference un- der the capable coaching of Coach Stephens. Coach John O. Stephens The 1957-58 Lumberjack basketball team, which finished third in the Lone Star Con- ference pennant race, maintained the distinguished cage record for which SFA has been famed since its founding in 1923. Coach John O. Stephens ' charges won 19 of 26 games and compiled the nation ' s third-best defensive record, holding their opponents to an average of only 50.1 points a game. They thus added lustre to Coach Stephens ' record, one of the best in the Southwest, as well as to that of the College. In six sea- sons at SFA, Stephens has guided basketball teams to 1 1 1 victories in 154 contests, one conference championship, and one second-place finish. Overall, his college coaching record stands at 173 victories in 265 games. In 34 seasons, SFA basketball teams have won 465 of 708 games. And in 27 LSC campaigns they have won the championship nine times and finished second six times. Opponent SFA Opponent Opponent Denotes McNeese Tournament games. McNeese finished first and SFA second. Denotes Lone Star Conference games. TOTALS SFA Opponent Score Score Score Score Midwestern 55 59 Lamar Tech 52 35 St. Edward ' s 64 52 Sam Houston 40 30 Texas Lutheran 74 41 East Texas State 62 75 Northwestern Louisiana 59 48 Southern Arkansas 52 42 Southern Arkansas 49 41 East Texas State 36 47 St. Edward ' s 49 46 Howard Payne 71 38 Northwestern Louisiana 40 42 Sul Ross 67 54 Texas Lutheran 87 61 Sam Houston 67 56 Southeastern Oklahoma 64 59 Lamar Tech 66 47 McNeese 50 55 Southwest Texas 52 63 Texas A l 53 37 Texas A l 57 59 Southwest Texas 54 50 Sul Ross 69 60 Midwestern 66 47 Howard Payne 73 58 1528 1302 CONFERENCE STANDINGS OF LONE STAR CONFERENCE TEAMS College East Texas State Southwest Texas State Stephen F. Austin State Sam Houston State Texas A l Sul Ross State Howard Payne Lamar Tech W L Pet. Pts. Opp. 12 2 .857 869 747 11 3 .786 903 811 10 4 .714 819 709 6 8 .429 829 857 5 9 .357 783 780 5 9 .357 996 1017 4 10 .286 889 979 3 11 .214 786 686 Looks like everyone wants this ball All eyes on the ball Eight members of the 1958 SFA basketball team received athletic letters. One of them— Bobby Moore— earned his third cage award and also won election as team captain. Four others won their second basketball letter. They were Tommy Atkins, John Cooper, Willard Tinsley, and Elwin Lowery. Winning their initial awards were John Drew, Russell Jones, and L. D. Morgan. Only two of the letter- men— Moore and Atkins— rounded out their playing careers for the Lumberjacks. Moore led the team in scoring with 428 points and in rebounds with 191. He earned a place on the All-Lone Star Conference first team. Atkins was sidelined most of the season with a leg injury, but he per- formed valuable service in the early stages of the campaign. Up goes Elwin for 2 points. Crowd packs New gym when Lumber- jacks go on the floor. 147 KAPPA PI The national art fraternity, Kappa Pi, is represented at Stephen F. Austin by the Beta lota Chapter. The purpose of the organization is the promotion of understanding and appreciation of art on the campus, and the promo- tion of good relations with art departments of other colleges and universi ties, since its creation in 1952. The Beta lota chapter began its year by entertaining its pledges with a party. Other activities include Ranch Day participation, Spring initiation, and a spring picnic. The club ' s sponsor is Dr. Karl Schlicher. ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi, a national honor society, strives to promote and recognize scholarship on our campus as well as nation-wide. The A. W. Birdwell Chapter of Alpha Chi has as its president, Cathie Klein, vice-president, Jesse Weatherly, secretary-treasurer, Glenda Smith. Alpha Chi officers. 150 ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega is an honor society for those doing high stand- ard work in dramatics. Its aim is " fellowship and service to stimulate interest .in college dramatics. " Its sponsor is Dr. Sally Gearhart. PI KAPPA DELTA Pi Kappa Delta is a fraternity interested in intercollegiate debate, oratory, and public speaking. This organization encourages a spirit of fellowship and friendly cooperation. Their sponsor is Dr. Robert Capel. STUDENT CONGRESS Bob Bryant President Barbara van Shoubrouek Secretary Hood Goldsberry Vice-President The main objective of the Student Congress is to create increased interest in campus affairs a nd a unified student body. President Bob Bryant, Vice-President, Hood Goldsberry, and Secretary, Barbara van Shoubrouek, have done marvelous jobs towards achieving these goals. The Inter-Social Club Council is one of the newer of the clubs on the SFA campus. Its chief purpose is to promote better under- standing and more uniform rules of the social clubs. ISCC sponsors a convocation at the beginning of each semester and also several school dances. 153 PINE LOG STAFF Editor Evelyn goes through the files to find an old Pine Log. The SFA paper, Pine Long, is efficiently headed by its editor, Evelyn Austin. Each Friday, the Pine Log comes out and every student rushes to get his copy. SFA could not get along without its Pine Log. All of Evelyn ' s assistants really look industrious. Jerry and Lynn starting early for next week ' s paper. STONE FORT STAFF The Stone Fort yearbook records in picture form one full school year at SFA. Many hours went into its making, and each staff member helped make it possible. Not only this year, but each year, this yearbook will serve as a collection of memories— each one meaning something to each student at SFA. Looking for a lost picture, Penny? Tom McGee, business manager, on the phone looking for another ad. Co-editor Deanne Dunbar reads one of the many letters from the publisher. onomics iove Some of the Stone Fort Staff lookina over orevious work bv other annual staffs. Stone Fort typist, Libby Callaway, looks bright after another session with the typewriter. SYLVANS The Sylvans Club, organized in the .fall of 1946, has as its main purpose, the forwarding of forestry education among forest in- terests throughout the area. This club sponsors the annual Forest Field Day and has as its sponsors, Dr. Samson and Dr. Baker. The Rodeo Club was organized in the fall of 1957 and has increased steadily in popularity. Its main purpose is to help increase the interest of people in rod eos, and each spring a rodeo will be presented. James Jenkins serves as president. RODEO CLUB The International Relations Club was begun this year to create an interest in international affairs. This is a club that should prove ■ to be an interesting plus a stimulating one. James Honeycutt is its 1 1 1 t $ president, and Dr. Doris King is the club sponsor. ACCOUNTING CLUB The Accounting Club is one of the newer clubs to come to the SFA campus. It was organized in the fall of 1957 and has been meeting regularly since then. 157 BIOLOGY This club has as its main objective the encourage- ment of biological sciences and to extend student interest in the field. It is both a recreational and pro- fessional club and is under the leadership of Dr. Miller. SIGMA The Physics Club is a professional club whose pur- pose is to create interest among potential physics ma- jors and others interested in physical science. Programs are given each month concerning various science subjects. Dr. Rigney and Dr. Eager are the club spon- sors. Sigma Phi Alpha is the name of the local chapter of the American Chemical Society. This club promotes the professional growth and development of its members in the field of chemistry. It also acquaints the students with the advantages of membership in the society. The club sponsor is Dr. Abbott. LJBlll1i ff 159 160 1958 LUMBERJACK BAND No football or basketball game is complete without the music of the Stephen F. Austin State College band. It has proven its worth through halftime performances at each home game, at Homecoming, pep rallies, and many other activities. Mr. Hudgins and the whole band should receive a big hand for their efforts in 1957-58. Lester Hughes Drum Major BETA ZETA Beta Zeta is the SFA chapter of the national music sorority, Tau Beta Sigma. It is for girls who are interested in music. Mr. Jimmie Hudgins is the sponsor, and Patsy Patterson serves as its president. Patsy Patterson President GAMMA PHI Kappa Kappa Psi is the national fraternity for boys interested in music. Gamma Phi is the SFA chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi. Mr. Hudgins is the club sponsor, and Bonnie Ross serves as its president. SFA COLLEGE ORCHESTRA The Stephen F. Austin college orchestra provides the music for the dances at the SUB each Monday night. From the dreamy waltzes to the newest " rock and roll " hits, the college band is always available to provide music for college dances as well as making appearances all over this area. Under the direction of Jimmy Hudgins, this organization is well known for its fine music. 164 SFA CHOIR Doing another fine job this year is the SFA College Choir under the capable direction of Frederick Baumgartner. The choir provides entertainment at many college functions and for many occasions away from SFA. These blended voices will always be remembered for the beautiful Christmas music they provide at the all-college assembly before the holidays. This group is an asset to the musi c department at SFA. 165 -■ CANTERBURY CLUB The Episcopal church is represented at SFA by these fine students. The club is sponsored by Dr. Walter Lewis and presents many fun-filled events each year. This year one of the highlights was a " Mardi Gras " party. The club purpose is to further the work of the Episcopal church in American colleges and universities. Pictured here are the students of the Wesley Foundation at one of their many enjoyable fellowship meetings. The or- ganization is sponsored by the Rev. Aln Reed and is composed of Methodist stu- dents. It provides opportunities for wor- ship, fellowship, and service to the Methodist students on the campus. WE 166 BSU This group is representative of the students who enjoy the services of the BSU on the SFA campus. The BSU holds vesper services each evening from 6:30 until 6:50 to provide " and promote spiritual development on the campus. This year the BSU is sponsored by Mr. Gerald LaPere. 167 NEA The Student National Education Association replaces the Future Teachers of America on the campus this year. It is a national organization for training prospective teachers for democratic cooperative action. The sponsor is Dr. Leroy McClendon, and the president is Tyann Akins. The club has many serviceable meetings during the year in the form of panel discussions, visiting speakers, and profitable student programs. DELTA PSI KAPPA Delta Psi Kappa is a women ' s national profes- sional fraternity in physical education. Its primary objec- tive is to recognize worth- while achievements in physi- cal education and to develop interest therein. The club sponsor is Dr. Lucille Norton. WRA The Women ' s Recreation- al Association is open to all the women students on the campus. The primary ob- jectives of the WRA are to promote recreational activi- ties and also to promote intramural programs for women. Miss June Irwin and Mrs. Virginia Mathews are the sponsors. ■ 169 LH.R. E. H. R. is the organization on the campus for girls who are interested in all phases of home economics. The club is composed of girls who have chosen this field as their major. The girls who belong enjoy many profitable opportunities for learning more about homemaking through meetings, visitors, and various trips. The club is sponsored by Miss Edna Wilkin and got its name, Ellen H. Richards, from a pioneer in the field of home economics. 170 The Future Farmers of America is a professional club to promote better understanding of vocational agriculture and to aid prospective teachers in this field. It is an outstanding organization on the cam- pus which provides service and profitable informa- tion for and by the students of vocational agriculture. Its president this year is John Aiken. F.F.A. The Amitie Social Club was the first girls ' club to be organized on the campus of Stephen F. Austin. The purpose of the club is to create a feeling of friendship through cooperation, a sense of responsibility to others; thus bringing about social unity. The word Amitie is French for friendship. This year the club was reorganized and worked very cooperatively with the brother club, the Austinites. The Amities started the year off with the Fall Rush Party. The club sponsored a float in the Homecoming parade and honored their exes with a tea at Homecoming. Other activities for the year are: the party with the Austinites, All College Christ- mas Dance, Spring Rush Party, Mardi Gras Dinner-Dance, April Showers Dance, and Diamond Horseshoe Dance. Our duchess for Homecoming was Barbara Vinsonhaler from Houston. The club was also honored to have their president, Dolores Shove serve as chairman of the girl ' s I. S. C. C. Amitie-Ausrinite dance was a gala event of the Christmas season. 172 AUSTINITES OFFICERS Dick Voigtel President fford Flournoy.. Vice-President Wayne Griggs ..Secretary-Treas. The Austinites had a very successful year in 1957-58. They began with their annual Austin ite favorite poll and sponsored a suggestion box in the Birdwell building. One of the most gala events of the year was the All- College Christmas Dance sponsored by the Amities and Austinite club. 174 Austinites and Amities pre- sent Christmas Dance at Armory. _ John Baker Bill Earley George Eisenman Ted Erickson Clifford Flournoy Wayne Griggs Mike Jackson Joe Lambert Donald Lindsey Kenneth Surratt Cecil Trainor Dick Voigtel FIDELES OFFICERS Pat Browning President Alma Cherry Vice-President Evelyn Austin Secretary Sissy Thornhill ..Pledge Captain The Fidele Social Club began 1958 with Evelyn Austin taking her place as editor of the Pine Log. Deanne Dunbar and Penny Chadwick were co-editors of the Stone Fort with Mary Linda Allen and Christene Goodman serving on the staff. Homecoming ac- tivities got underway with Joyce Smith as Lady-in-Waiting, and duchesses were Sissy Thornhill, Pat Browning, Deanne Dunbar, Evelyn Austin, Ann Wilks, Betty Shelton, Auderle Simons, Glenda Smith, Sue Greer, Joy Jones, and Dorothy Hammett. Leading the cheers in the ball games were Delores McGonegel, Sonja Barnett, and Janice Smith. In the Austinite Poll, Pat Browning was elected most typical and most popular, Sissy Thornhill, wittiest, Sandra Stephens cutest married couple, Ann Wilkes, dumbest, and Jo Beth Davis, best dancer. Members of Who ' s Who were Sissy Thornhill, Pat Browning, Evelyn Austin, and Betty Stewart. The Stone Fort beauties consisted of Fideles, Auderle Simons, Joyce Smith, Glenda Smith, Sissy Thornhill, Sue Greer, Jo Beth Davis, and Shirley Whitton. The Fideles enjoyed many events of the year. Rush parties, Forester— Fidele Christ- mas dinner dance, and the Spring Festival are a few of these activities. Fidele ' s winning float. % ,- . j 1 i o f i Mary Alders Sonja Barnett Mary Linda Allen Maggie Blackmon Evelyn Austin Pat Browning Jeanette Barbe Joy Butler FORESTERS OFFICERS Buddy Castleberry President Bob Stripling Vice-President James Jenkins ....Sergeant-at-Arms This club will always be remembered for the fami- liar slogan " Foresters Forever. " Throughout the year they enjoy numerous get-togethers with their sister club, the Fideles. They sponsor the ever-popular Spring Festival in May along with the Fideles. These kind of activities make the Foresters a very popular club for boys. Clean up time after Forester Flour Fight. Neil Bane Jerry Britain John Bryan Tim Burgess Bubba Chastain James Jenkins Marshall Kendrick David Patterson Henry Pope Phil Prince Tommy Seale Jerry Sechrist Duane Stephens Herschel Stephens Jerry Smith John Sutton Jerry Thomas David Watkins John Wood 179 The Pine Burr Social Club enjoyed a very successful and enjoyable 1958. Anice Har- din was elected Queen of the homecoming activities. Duchesses were Freddie Gossett, Judy Duncan, Silver Bell, and Ina Dora Bass. Pine Burrs elected to Who ' s Who were Freddie Gossett and Anice Hardin. The Aus- tinite Poll honored Judy Duncan as cutest couple and Silver Bell as friendliest girl and sophomore class favorite. Pine Burrs in the Stone Fort Beauties were Anice Hardin, Judy Duncan, Gay Nell Fau- sett, Silver Bell, Diana Fouts, and Beth Campbell. Many social events are given each year by the Pine Burrs. Some of these include their rush parties, Pine Burr-Sawyer Christmas Dinner Dance, and the Big Sister-Little Sister banquet. All the Pine Burrs were at the fall rush party. SAWYERS OFFICERS Hood Goldsberry President Jack Utley Vice-President Charles Bass Secretary Duke JJraselton Sergeant-at-Arms Howard Hart Reporter Charles Brightwell Health Officer John Agan Parliamentarian For thirty years, the Sawyer Club has been the most outstanding boy ' s 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. From the files of the Sawyers come many of t he school ' s leaders. Amonj them were president and vice-president of the Student Congress and outstanding athletes. Everyone looks forward to the Sawyers ' Apron-Overall Dance in the Spring, which is always a big success. Other annual affairs are the Bowery Ball, Christmas Dinner Dance, and the Pine Burr-Sawyer Picnics. Each year the Sawyers enter into the intramural sports, and are always in the battle for the all-round sports trophy. The Sawyers ' loyalty to S.F.A. has never been questioned. The Sawyers in the process of steal- ing the Huntsville city limits sign. 182 THIRTY YEARS A LEADER 1927 1958 Duke Braselton John Agon Charles Bass Jimmy Bone Jerry Bridges Charles Brightwell Bob Bryant Robert Cashell Jerry Coker Hunter Cunningham Jimmy Delmar James Denman Wayne Duncan Spike Dykes James Eddington Rual Ellis Hood Goldsberry Richard Griffin Howard Hart Jackie Hathorn Lindy Hinson p f?% I 1 Tommy Humphrey Joe Pat Johnson Eddie Lockey Rual Smith Bill Thomason Wade Turner Gerald Loyd Jack Utley Wilmer Morgan Jimmy Ware v Y A X 1 Ronnie Neill Billy Weldy Buddy Oliphant James Smith Buddy West Roddy Williams i SIGMA GAMMA OFFICERS Phyllis Bigby President Barbara van Shoubrouek Vice-President El Marie Cotton Secretary Barbara DeVille Treasurer The Sigma Gamma Social Club started the year with Dorothy Hooper as Lady-in-Waiting in the Homecoming activities. Mary Middleton and Teddy Wood were Homecoming duchesses. Who ' s Who member was Barbara van Shoubrouek who was also Secretary of Student Congress. Phyllis Bigby was member of Delta Psi Kappa and Teddy Wood was Vice-President of the I.S.C.C. The Sigma Gammas enjoyed a year full of fun with rush parties, the Christmas Dinner Dance, Indian Pow Wow, Showboat Dance, and the Sigma Gamma- Lambda Gamma picnic in the spring. J June Hardy Jeanne Hicks Sarah Hill Margie Holmes Dorothy Hooper Shirley Logan Claudine Majors Mary Middleton Harlene Muckleroy Barbara Van Shoubrouek Gay Nell Thompson Bennie Tindall LAMBDA GAMMA OFFICERS Tom Bingham President Tom McGee Vice-President Charles Stahl Secretary James Honeycutt Treasurer One of the most popular clubs on campus is the Lambda Gamma Social Club. They enjoyed many activities throughout the year with their sister club, the Sigma Gammas. One of these events is the Show- boat Dance in the spring. Miss Anice Hardin was named 1957 Miss Lambda Gamma, and Tom McGse was Mr. Lambda Gamma. Tom McGee Mr. Lambda Gamma Anice Hardin Miss Lambda Gamma I John Chisholm Maury Darst Ron Davis James Elliott James English T. C. Erwin Glenn Ezell Jan Font Dean Fikes $ Ken Grand Charles Griffin Jerry Harvey Wilson Martin Chuck Hebert Don Mathews Jimmie Herman Dan Matthews James Honeycutt Ronny Nethery James Jared Jere Nichols Bill Lovelady Brian Preston Tom McGee Wayne Prickett Tommy Reck Sam Roberts Sherman Rodgers Thurman Rodgers Vol Rose John Scott James Sherman Jimmy Martin Jerry Reck Bobby Sliva r Charles Stahl Preston Stephens Dale Taylor Willard Tinsley Kenneth Yarbrough Darrell Zwick Virginia Stanford REBEL ANNS OFFICERS Claudet Louvier President Dolores Wood Vice-President Anita Smith Secretary-Treasurer Marjorie Grant Reporter The Rebel Ann club is one of the newest girls ' clubs at S.F.A., however they have many enjoyable parties with the Rebel club. One of the events is the Old Southern Gardens dance in the spring which is an all-college affair. Mary Ann Collier Marjorie Grant Alice Henry Doris Holt 188 The Rebel Club sponsors the Old Southern Gardens dance with their sister club the Rebel Anns. This is only one of the many fun-filled activities they enjoy throughout the year. Marvin Brown Bill Graeter Preston Hairgrove Tom Hanley J. R. Honea 190 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS A. W. BIRDWELL We ' re proud to have a part in the building of a greater SFA. Our bricks have been used in the Birdwell and Library buildings, the new men ' s dormitories, and the new family apartment units. HENDERSON CLAY PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS OF QUALITY FACE, ROMAN AND NORMAN BRICK White, Buff, Pink, Gray, Brown and Red Box 870— Phone 3505 HENDERSON, TEXAS 192 Suitdiay fat £dcccati M ucidttty- fat ?ex€te uiCcU ty fat t e cttute S. F. A. Library Building JL A. 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BURROWS, Asst. Cashier G. P. RAWSON, Asst. Cashier T. ' T. WILLIAMS, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS R. N. CASON GEO. F. CLARK S. B. HAYTER J. R. GRAY L. B. MAST E. W. MONK R. W. McKINNEY A. L. NELSON C. D. THOMAS C. N. THOMPSON M. S. WRIGHT This Bank Is a Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE LARGEST BANK IN NACOGDOCHES COUNTY LIKE S. F. A. GRADUATES LONE STAR PRODUCTS ARE HIGH QUALITY BEST WISHES FOR YOUR SUCCESS FOR SO GOES THE SUCCESS OF EAST TEXAS When You Pick Up This Annual 10 Years From Now Then As Now— Lone Star Folks Will Still Be Pulling— For S. F. A. BRAND BRAND TEXAS FARM PRODUCTS COMPANY NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF R. W. McKinney AND Jack McKinney Still Bros. Your Friendly Neighborhood Grocery Stores 3100 N. Street 4-3861 1516 South St. 4-5461 900 Mound 4-4601 901 W. Main 4-3261 REESE BROS. PONTIAC WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Phone 4-4331 613 West Main Nacogdoches, Texas Lacy H. Hunt Lumber Company, Inc. Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Exporters YELLOW PINE AND HARDWOOD MINE PROPS AND TIMBERS Nacogdoches, Texas Nacogdoches Floral Co. LOVELY CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 4-7361 107 S. Church St. WE DELIVER Member F. T. D. ICE CREAM Try the Finest The Borden Company Lufkin Highway Nacogdoches, Texas For 100 years, folks have said, " If it ' s Bor- den ' s it ' s got to be good. " DEPEND ON THE COLLEGE CLEANERS Cash and Carry a Saving For You THEY CAN CLEAN EM " Enjoy A Good Movie MATTY MATTESON ' S Home Owned k Operated S. F. A. THEATRE Clean — Comfortable — Courteous Plenty of Free Parking Nacogdoches, Texas 201 Lufkin Typewriter Nance Cafe Company 2110 North Street SffI f S .S OY111 CO Nacogdoches Rentals — Supplies Open 6:30 a.m. -10 p.m. Lufkin, Texas Phone 3-9113 The S. F. A. College Bookstore " the Student Needs It... We Have It " Shop At . . . 202 Best Wishes Compliments of From BENNETT-CLARK CO. INC. HELPINSTILL AUTO SUPPLY Nacogdoches, Texas Jewel Helpinstill Owner Thomas Appliance Co. 320 North Street Phone LO 4-9241 RCA MAYTAG BE MODERN GO ELECTRIC Texas Power Light Company 203 Compliments of " If We Make It, It ' s Good! " DEPENDABILITY COUNTS in school in business.., and in natural gas service, too! UNITED CAS fashions • for college • for career for-about tlie-liome 00 MIZE DEPARTMENT STORE SWIFT BROS. SMITH, INC. 221 EAST MAIN STREET Druggists The place where you get what you want PHONE LO 4-4651 and LO 4-4101 204 Turner ' s Prescription House Hallmark Cards Helena Rubenstein Cosmetics Main at Church Distinctive Apparel and Beautiful Footwear COMPLIMENTS OF Gound Chevrolet Co. Phone LO 4-8381 Nacogdoches, Texas COLLEGE DRUG School Supplies -fa Fountain Service Short Orders " The College Meeting Place " 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Open 7 Days Weekly COMPLIMENTS OF J. B. WHITE CO. Clothing and Shoes for the Entire Family 138 Main St. MEN ' S APPAREL DRESS FABRIC CENTER 416 North Ph. LO 4-8660 ROBINSON ' S STUDIO ' One of the Finest " All Phases of Photography College Heights 205 BealFs Gray Motor Company Your Dealer NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS ■ QUAUTY MERCHANDISE 1 Nacogdoches Bottling Company KENNEDY ' S JEWELERS GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 201 Main Nacogdoches Compliments of S. F. A. Barber Shop " It Pays to Look Nice " Banita Laundry and Dry Cleaners FOR THE PAST 44 YEARS HAS BEEN SERVING THE CLEANING NEEDS OF NACOGDOCHES FRED B. DAVIS W. T. " WINDY " McKEWEN FOR SPORTING GOODS, HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES . . . See . . . Branch-Patton Hardware Co. PERRY BROTHERS 5-10c and 25c Store " Air Conditioned for Your Comfort " All Standard Brands in Quality MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS 206 H5i as In the complex world of the space age it may not seem too vital that the happy times of your school years have passed. However, in days to come it will be with satisfaction that you turn these pages reflecting activities and friends of your proving ground— the campus. Today, seniors everywhere are entering into an era where op- portunities are as boundless as the outer reaches of space which man is constantly attempting to conquer. May it be that each of you as the years go by fits his career into the shining orbit of success. We are proud to know we have had a part in recording these classroom times in producing a book which will be a lasting com- mentary on those precious years of your life. A GREAT NAME IN YEARBOOKS 6001 EAST ROSEDALE FORT WORTH 5, TEXAS ”
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