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Show Hide text for 1960 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1960 volume: “ NEFORT EPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE Janelle Coleman Editor Susan Ames Assistant Editor Sandra Putman Layout Editor Maury Darst Business Manager Corbett Anderson Art Editor James Parrish Sponsor DEDICATION THE I960 EDITION OF THE STONE FORT IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF DR. T. E. FERGUSON, DEAN EMERITUS OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN. DR. FERGUSON WAS THE FIRST DEAN OF THE COLLEGE AND HELD THE POST FOR 32 YEARS, UNTIL HIS RETIREMENT IN 1955. A MOTIVATING FORCE IN THE PROGRESS OF S.F.A., THE INFLU- ENCE OF DR. FERGUSON WILL LONG BE FELT IN THE COLLEGE. FOREWORD This yearbook is your record of college events of 1959-60. As you look back at these pages you will be reminded of many pleasant associations and worthwhile experiences; with this fact in mind, we offer the I960 STONE FORT for your enjoyment CONTENTS BUILDINGS ACADEMIC STUDENT LIFE FAVORITES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS CLASSES LIBRARY ■KPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLBGI NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS B U I L D I N G S MAIN RUSK BIRDWELL FINE ARTS Library Music Building MUSIC HALL NEW GYM FOOTBALL STADIUM WISELY HALL SENIOR DORMITORY FOR WOMEN GIBBS HALL STONE FORT ' - f ACAD BOARD OF REGENTS Miss Elizabeth Koch, San Antonio Dr. Hubert Mills, Houston Mr. Henry Sears, President of the Board, Hereford Mr. C. S. Ramsey, Vice-President, San Augustine Mrs. E. D. Lockey, Troup Mr. William V. Brown, Texarkana Mr. Richard Stovall, Floydada Mrs. Florence Cotten, Executive Secretary to the Board of Regents, Austin Mr. Newton Gresham, Houston Mr. Frank White, past president of the Board, Cleveland DEANS J. N. Gerber, Ph.D. Dean of the College Department Heads JOHN L. SULLIVAN, Ph.D. Professor of Agriculture KARL T. SCHLICHER, Ph.D. Professor of Art GERALD Le PERE, M.R.E. Director, Baptist Student Union ALN RICHARD REED, S.T.M. Director, Wesley Bible Chair EDWIN L. MILLER, Ph.D. Professor of Biology FRANK J. LAUDERDALE, M.Ed., CPA Professor of Business Administration HAROLD E. ABBOTT, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry 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 for Men LUCILLE NORTON, Ed.D. Professor of Health and Physical Education for Women C. K. CHAMBERLAIN, Ph.D. Professor of History and Government BLANCHE PHILLIPS, M.A. Professor of Home Economics MILDRED V. WYATT, M.S. in L.S. Librarian W. I. LAYTON, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics FREDERICK BAUMGARTNER, M.M. Professor of Music SIDNEY HODGES, Ph.D. Professor of Physics JUDSON WHITE, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology F. A. POLLOCK, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology ROBERT B. CAPEL, Ph.D. Professor of Speech Faculty and Staff ROBERT D. BAKER Forestry DAROLD R. BECKMAN Education M. VICTOR BILAN Forestry LOIS BLOUNT History MARSHALL BROWN H.P.E. Basketball Coach RICHARD BROWNING Speech J. H. BURR, JR. Biology » AARON C. BUTLER Business Administration W. S. CANNON Business Administration MRS. MAURICE CECIL English ALBERT T. CLARKE Education NORVEL R. CLIFT Music WILLIAM F. CONKRIGHT H.P.E. Football Coach J. T. COX Music LARRY COVIN Director of Guidance H.P.E. ELIZABETH DAVIS Foreign Languages R. G. DEAN Math SHERMAN W. EAGER Physics LEO EFFENBERGER Forestry SUE B. ENGLISH Home Economics JOE E. ERICSON History and Government VICTOR FAIN Journalism LAWRENCE FRANKS Director of Placement EDWIN GASTON, JR. English Faculty JOE GILBREATH Mathematics D. D. GILES Agriculture G. F. GRAY Agriculture J. C. GREEN Agriculture ELBERT GRIFFIN Chemistry GEORGE HARDIN Auditor ELMA HEARD English F. E. HEILMAN Sociology IVEN H. HENSLEY Psychology WILSON M. HOWELL History and Government JIMMIE M. HUDGINS Band Director ELLIS V. HUNT Forestry JUNE IRWIN H.P.E. for Women GLADYS B. JOHNSON Business Administration B. T. JONES Business Administration Faculty ■ t _ til CECIL JONES Agriculture WALTER KIDD English DORIS E. KING History and Government JOE D. LACY Director of Inventory Development MERLE LENTZ Speech W. J. McCALLUM Director of Extension Services LEROY McCLENDON Education S. W. McKEWEN Registrar R. T. McKIBBEN Education ALBERT MACHEL Chemistry VIRGINIA MATTHEWS H.P.E. for Women ROBERT MAXWELL History CAROLYN MILLER Music JAMES E. MORGAN Art PAUL C. MUICK Art Faculty JOHN L MURAD Biology JAMES NICHOLS History MARY A. NOOE Library ROBERT L. PACKARD Biology RICHARD B. PAINE Math JAMES R. PARRISH Director of College Information R. B. PINSON Math CAROLYN PRICE Business Administration S. D. REDFIELD Business Administration NELSON T. SAMSON Forestry HUGH B. SMITH Biology ORAN STANDLEY Agriculture JOHN 0. STEPHENS Director of Athletics History KELLY THURMAN English J. WARD TISHLER H.P.E. for Men ' £ V k y V JAMES H. VALENTINE Soils Laboratory RICHARD J. WALLACE Forestry MILDRED WYATT Librarian Special Staff LENA ARNWINE College Nurse HENRIETTA BAKER Manager of Student Union EUGENE BARBIN Director of College Housing CHRISTINE BURROWS Secretary to the Registrar MARY FLENIKEN Secretary to Guidance Director COROLYN GAMBLE Secretary to Departments of Chemistry and Physics ELIZABETH KILLINGSWORTH Director of Wisely Hall NANCY B. LILLY Secretary to Dean of the College BETTY McGAUGHEY Secretary to Director of Extension Services GLENDA MERCER Secretary to Librarian DELLA MELTON Director of Gibbs Hall JESSE W. MILLARD Warehouse Superintendent ELSIE MILROY Dietician MARILYN ODOM Secretary to Dean of the College MARY LOU PALMER Secretary to Director of Placement PHYLLIS PRINCE Clerk, Registrar ' s Office NELL QUARLES Assistant Bookkeeper ELIZABETH SCOTT Secretary to Business Manager JEWELL SHEFFIELD Secretary to Forestry Department MRS. ROYCE SHELTON Secretary in Office of Information SUGENE SPEARS Assistant to Registrar MADGE STALLINGS Director of Stenographic Bureau SANDRA STEPHENS Secretary to President MRS. GLENN STEVENS Director of Senior Girls ' Dorm BILLIE WEATHERFORD IBM Operator RUTH WILLIAMSON Head Bookkeeper PAUL WILSON Director of Maintenance JANIS WRIGHT Assistant Bookkeeper BOB YOUNG Director of Unit 3 Dorm STUDENT LIFE Spring 1959 . . introduces many activities for SFA students, making the season memorable for all PRESENTATION OF THE TODD AWARD RUSH WEEK GETS INTO FULL SWING LINE UP OF SFA RODEO QUEEN CANDIDATES EGG? " — PIE NIGHT HAIRSTYLES BY CHARLES OF THE RITZ LOYAL MUSIC MAJORS A COUPLE OF IMPORTED ENTERTAINERS MANY WESTERNERS AT THE RODEO CLUB DANCE APRON OVERALL DANCE QUEEN OF SPRING FESTIVAL History Travelers " Summer Scenery A leisurely meal Seems there will be plenty of watermelon Band Students Combine business with pleasure SFA TWIRLING SCHOOL DANCE AT THE STUDENT UNION FALL 1959 LUMBERJACKS READY FOR ACTION FORESTERS WELCOME FRESHMAN GIRLS SQUARE DANCE TIME REBEL ANNS ' PIRATE PARTY RUSH PARTY AT THE HOTEL A SHARP ROUTINE BY THE LUMBERJACK BAND TEACHERS ENTERTAIN AT CORN-HUSKING BEE I WONDER WHO WILL WIN? WHAT A LINE-UP! PINE BURR — MR TOUCHDOWN USA REBEL ANN-REBEL — AFTER THE BATTLE COLLEGIATE FFA — Y ' ALL COME THE GRAND WINNER! LAMBDA GAMMA — AS TIME GOES BY SAWYER — HANG DOWN YOUR HEAD, TOM DOOLEY KAPPA PI — QUIET VILLAGE FIDELE — THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC FRESHMAN CLASS — BLUE SUEDE SHOES USTINITE-AMITIE — LOVE AND MARRIAGE TAU BETA SIGMA— KAPPA KAPPA PSI STRIKE UP THE BAND GO! FIGHT! WIN! JACKS WIN! SIGMA GAMMA — SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY FORESTER — FIGHT JACKS FIGHT SPRING I960 AMITIES ENTERTAIN CONVOCATION DANCE SIDE-SHOW ATTRACTIONS AT THOSE GRACEFUL PINE BURR THE FIDELE FAIR HAWAIIAN DANCERS DEBATE TROPHY WINNERS I I m £ n n o A MOMENT OF SUSPENSE CLASS FAVORITES THE SPECTATORS ARE HAPPY JUDY AND THE ORCHESTRA ENTERTAIN THE ROYAL COUPLE HOMECOMING MISS PEGGY ROGERS HOMECOMING QUEEN 1959 M ▼ Cornelia Sparks Ann Gray Diane Porter HOMECOMING Janelle Coleman Donna Jenkins Sandra Bledsoe Jeannine Leith Marceleete Power DUCHESSES Robeleen Stewart Jo Nel Bailey Shirley Quick Jan Drewery Betty Kittles Ann Ellis Inell Pepper Janice Ramey Nancy Duran President Steen at Exes Banquet A Packed Stadium Duchesses are presented Solemn Crown Bearers Queen Miss Dixie Queen Miss Lola Simmons The Court FAVORITES SENIOR FAVORITES me ■ JUNIOR FAVORITES SUSAN HENIGAN ROBERT SMITH SOPHOMORE FAVORITES V JEANNINE LEITH JERRY PEURIFOY FRESHMEN FAVORITES m i JONNIE YOUNG MITCHELL MYERS AUSTIN ITE POLL FRIENDLIEST GIRL AND BOY Linda Spradley Bob Young CUTEST MARRIED COUPLE Edie and Ruel Ellis MOST BEAUTIFUL AND MOST HANDSOME Ann Gray John Marlar MOST POPULAR GIRL AND BOY Peggy Rogers Travis Abel MOST TYPICAL GIRL AND BOY Janice Ramey Charles Stahl Shirley Nix DUMBEST GIRL AND BOY Jim Harris CUTEST COUPLE Tommy Sterling FAVORITE TEACHERS Mrs. Carolyn Price Dr. C. K. Chamberlain JOYCE SANDERSON Beauty Number Two BEAUTY NOMINEES PAULETTE DARCY + m -f l MARGARET DOWNING on WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Paulette Darcy is a junior math major from Houston. Entering SFA in the fall of 1957, she is secretary-treas- urer of Alpha Chi, reporter for the Amitie social club, and secretary-treasurer of the Wesley Foundation. Entering SFA in the fall of 1957, Thomas A. Abney is a senior English major from Nacogdoches. He is a grad- uate of John H. Reagan High School in Houston, and he attended the University of Houston. A graduate of Kilgore Junior College, Gene Epperson entered SFA in the fall of 1958. He is a senior elemen- tary education major, vice-president of the Rebel social club, a member of the BSU and Student Congress, and a cheerleader. Kenton Harvey, a 1955 graduate from Azle Hiqh School, received his B.S. in Agriculture from SFA in 1959. Ken- ton also attended Weatherford Junior Colleae, and at SFA he was the president of the Collegiate FFA. Diane Porter is a senior music education major from Longview. She is chaplain of the Fidele social club, vice- president of Alpha Chi, and a member of the S.E.A., Kappa Delta Pi, and the A Cappella choir. t President of the Forester social club, J. R. Wright is a senior history major from Kilgore. He is also the senior class president and a member of the Student Congress. Emmeline Irwin, a senior biology major, entered SFA in the fall of 1957. She is a member of the Student Congress, Biology club, S.E.A., Alpha Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, WRA, and the Pine Burr social club. A senior business major from Athens, Betty Ann Kittles attended Henderson County Junior College before enter- ing SFA in the fall of 1958. She is a member of the Rodeo club, band, and the Pine Burr social club. I ORGANIZATIONS AlVil I lb Off icers President Nita Dunn Vice-President Kay Asher Secretary Janis Kahanek Reporter Paulette Darcy The AMITIE SOCIAL CLUB is one of the oldest girls ' social clubs on the campus. The aims of the club are to promote school spirit all through the year and to promote a friendly atmosphere on the campus. Some of the activities for the year are the Christmas Dinner Dance, April Showers Dance, and the Diamond Horseshoe Dance with the Austinites. AMITIE Informal Initiation AMITIE Cocktail Lounge Jo Abernathy Kay Ashcr Ida Baty Lena Chambliss Paulette Darcy Nita Dunn Annette Farris Susan Harrison Janis Kahanck Margaret King Gloria Lawless Glenda Rice Sue Rogers Winnie Scoggins Martha Westbrook Phyllis Williams Not Pictured: Lucrecia Grim AUSTINITE The purpose of the AUSTINITE SOCIAL CLUB is to encourage school spirit and create among the members a feeling of friendship through co-operation; and maintain maximum participation throughout the year in all athletic activities and social functions, thus bringing about social unity. Officers President Jim Griggs Vice-President Corbett Anderson Treasurer Harold Baty Reporter Sam Baty Austinite Poll Director Tom Wood Parliamentarian Joe Hightower Social Chairman J. L. Shelton ISCC Representative Tom Wood NOT PICTURED: Secretary Tommy Davis Austinite and Amitie Social Party Corbett Anderson Don Ashworth Harold Baty Sam Baty Billy Billingsley Jim Griggs Joe Hightower Jerry Hustead Joe Lambert Wayne Lindsey J. B. Morris Whit Owens Billy Rogers J. L. Shelton Norman Williams Tommy Wood FIDELE Officers President Anita Wedgeworth Vice-President Jo Morrow Secretary Alice Brook Pledge Captain Dixie Queen Founded in 1946, the FIDELE SOCIAL CLUB holds as its main objective the promotion of co-operation and school spirit. Among the many FIDELE activities are the Rush Parties, Pledge Day, and the Forester-Fidele Spring Festival. Annual Forester-Fidele Spring Festival SPRING PLEDGES First Row, Left to Right: Pat Stott, Ronda Woods, Toni Bradbury, Jody Blackburn, and Sandra Putman. Second Row, Left to Right: Janelle Coleman, Glenda Tipton, Judy Wilks, and Alice Richardson. Third Row, Left to Right: LaJuan Griffin, Elizabeth Burke, and Sue Ann Tucker. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Ellen Vines, Susan Ames, Jeannie Aechternacht, Kay Gilley, and Jo Ann Bailey. Not Pictured: Linda Barfield, Jeri Billingsley, Mary Kate May, Martha Spencer, Rhe Nell Sowell, and Carol Whitton. Jtife a i jtifo COT Betty Acker Garleatha Adams Gimmie Atchley Julia Barf icld Emily Bell Sandra Bledsoe Beverly Bretz Alice Brook Peggy Doss Laverne Droddy Jean Fiedler Eleanor Fisk Rosalind Gibson Christine Goodman Ann Gray Joyce Gray Linda Grogan Ruth Grounds Sondra Hacker Barbara Hampton Carol Jean Irwin Frances Anne Jones Judy Jones Jeannine Leith Judy Lloyd Polly McKelvey Nelda Messec Jackie Meyers Jo Blakenship Morrow Mary Frances Muller Nan Holleman Shirley Ostinelli Inell Pepper Betty Pinkerton Diane Porter Kay Potts Laura Pritchett Dixie Queen Shirley Quick Druenetta Reed Linda Richardson Margaret Rogers Joyce Sanderson Judy Spradley Frances Taylor Wanda Twomey Anita Wedgeworth FORESTERS Officers President John Bradshaw Vice-President John Bryan Secretary Jerry Christian Pledge Master Russell Cobbs Historian . . Joe Ed Manry Sgt. at Arms Pat Theriot Chaplain . . ... Jim Garcia Song Leader Jerry Peurifoy Intramural Director Lee McClain Scavenger Bill Coker Not Pictured Treasurer Jim Partin I.S.C.C. Rep. Jim Harris FORESTERS ' SWEETHEART PAT STOTT Texas City The FORESTERS SOCIAL CLUB was founded on Sep- tember 29, 1943. Since that time, it has been dedicated to the establishment of a more fraternal relationship and contribution to a more wholesome social life on the S.F.A. campus. SPRING PLEDGES Bottom Row, Left to Right: Joe Eakin, Floyd Torrence, Jimmy Smith, Chase Schaff, Warner Triplet, Don Fugler, Mike Dicky, Jay Rabuck, Charles Kent, Barry Lehecka, and Kenneth Beamesderfer. Middle Row, Left to Right: Johnny Fondren, Justin Hawthorne, Hal McKee, Danny Hampel, Billy Harrison, Charles Ehrlund, Fielding Harwell, Zane Hays, Smith Mullins, and Milton Moore. Standing Left to Right: Dicky Murphy, Jackson Howell, Charles Shadowens, Joe Summers, Robert Peters, Lavon Washburn, Dicky Welsh, Buddy Williams, Curtis Williams. Hal Wyatt, Don Wright. Not Pictured: Robert Kerr. John Anderson, Corrigon Wayne Baker, Nacogdoches John Bradshaw, Center John G. Bryan, Jasper Jerry Christian, Henderson Russell L. Cobbs, Beaumont Bill Coker, Longview Jim Garcia, Port Arthur Jim Harris, Palestine James Jenkins, Woodville McNiel Johnson, Orange Joe Ed Manry, Corrigan Earl Mayficld, Austin Lee McClain, Ennis Charles Morgan, Cleburne Phillip Morris, Lufkin Johnny Morrow, Kilgore Jim Partin, Nacogdoches Jerry Peurifoy, Longview Herchel Stephens, Lufkin Tommy Sterling, Texas City Pat Theriot, Henderson J. R. Wright, Kilgore Mr. R. G. Dean Club Sponsor PINE BURR Officers President Peggy Rogers Sec. Treas Darlene Pfleider Pledge Captain Ginger Lee Historian D ' Ann Peteet The PINE BURR SOCIAL CLUB was organized at the beginning of the fall term in 1929. The purpose of the PINE BURRS is to promote service to the school, to boost the college spirit, and to aid the student body as a whole. The PINE BURRS enjoy many activities including the Rush Tea, Pine Burr-Sawyer Picnic, and Senior Pine Burr Dinner Dance. Hawaiian Rush Parry Scharla Arnold Mary Jo Baty Anna Cherry Betty Collins Barbara Dean Nancy Duran Edith Ellis Judy Foster Susan Hcnigan Emmeline Irwin Donna Jenkins Nancy Keys Betty Kittles Ginger Lee Billie Lowery Barbara McKeel Peggy Martin Mary Matthews Sylvia Neil Shirley Nix Janice O ' Quinn Mary Jo Pace D ' Ann Peteet Darlene Pfleider Marcelette Power Shirley Pyle Janice Ramey Norma Richey Gloria Robinson Peggy Rogers Luanna Sample Linda Spradley Nelda Smith Cora Love Tucker Billie Turner Sherilyn Wullschleger ratau. taut m m Officers President Boots Cashell Vice-President Bobby Glass Sec. Treas Joe Pat Johnson Parliamentarian Robert Smith Sgt. at Arms James Smith Pledge Captain Tommy Barton Reporter Dell Luckett Health Officer Tommy Humphries The SAWYER SOCIAL CLUB was the first social club organized on the campus of SFA. With their very familiar white shirts, purple ties, and ax handles, the SAWYERS have again proven their school spirit. The Apron-Overall Dance and the Christmas Dinner Dance are annually sponsored by the SAWYERS. SAWYER DUCHESS ANN ELLIS Tommy Barton Boots Cashell Jerry Coker Jimmy Delmar Jerry Denman Art Douglas Thomas Dubose Ruel Ellis Quinn Eudy Bobby Glass Charles Guinn Howard Hart Jackie Hathorn Dean Hopkins Tommy Humphries Joe Pat Johnson Henry Koster Dale Langford Eddie Lockey Charles Melde R. J. Milliken Jerry Moore Bobby Murray Ronnie Neill Yank Rosenberger James Smith Robert Smith Rual Smith Thomas Watkins Billy Weldy REBEL ANN Officers President Fran Spears Vice President Sammie Savage Sec. Treas. Sherry Parcher Historian Nancy Choate Reporter Sammie Savage Pub. Chairman Donna Worthington ISCC Rep. Nancy Choate Sponsors Miss Sugene Spears Dr. Doris King The REBEL ANN SOCIAL CLUB is the newest women ' s social club on the campus. The main aim and purpose of this social club is to boost school spirit throughout the year among the students. The REBEL ANNS enjoy all of their activities with their brother club, the REBELS. REBEL ANN Fall Rush Party 89523 REBEL The REBEL SOCIAL CLUB is one of the newer boys ' clubs on the SFA campus. The REBELS along with their sister club, the REBEL ANNS, sponsor many varied activities throughout the school year. In March, with the approval of the ISCC and the Student Congress, the REBEL and the AUSTINITE social clubs merged to form one large club. Officers President Albert Cook Vice-President Gene Epperson Secretary Treasurer Harold Rankin Sgt. at Arms Smoky Martin REBEL SWEETHEART DOROTHY ELLIS _ The REBELS help to boost school spirit! SIGMA GAMMA Officers President Jonnie Young Vice-President Freda Simmons Corres. Sec Martha Patton Secretary Pat Dodson Treasurer Ellie Wynn Reporter Gwen Pruitt The SIGMA GAMMA SOCIAL CLUB was originated in 1949. The purpose of the club is to sponsor varied social activi- ties, to foster school spirit, and to respond when called upon to help. Outstanding events for the year include the Rush Parties, the annual Lambda Gamma-Sigma Gamma Showboat Dance, and the Christ- mas Dinner Dance. SIGMA GAMMA Expresso Coffee House FALL PLEDGES Fall Pledges are: Ann McLeod, Eliza- beth Moffeit, Linda Doyle, Joythelene Tiner, Kay Hart, Ellie Wynn, Jonnie Young, Martha Patton, Pat Dodson, Gwen Pruitt, Freda Simmons, Jo Nell Bailey, Mary Gat- lin, Randa Blunk, Joyce Parsons, Margaret Downing, Dolores Pool Hopson, Wanda Mattox, and Judy Thomas. Goldie Bailey Jo Nell Bailey Betty Blear Randa Blunk Pat Dodson Mary Donahoe Margaret Downing Linda Doyle Pat Garrett Mary Gatlin Kay Hart Dolores Pool Hopson Mary Lankford Ann McLeod Wanda Mattox Joyce Parsons Martha Patton Gwen Pruitt Freda Simmons Lola Simmons Sylvia Simpson Carole Stewart Judy Thomas Joythelene Tiner Ellie Wynn Jonnie Young Sponsor: Mrs. Blanche Phillips Not Pictured: Connie Harrington LAMBDA GAMMA The LAMBDA GAMMA SOCIAL CLUB is one of the largest boys ' clubs on the SFA campus. They have volunteered their services to usher for all activities held in the Fine Arts Building. A tradition of showing respect for the seal in the Fine Arts Building by not stepping on any part of it was started this year by the LAMBDA GAMMAS. The Showboat Dance is only one of the many activities sponsored by the LAMBDA GAMMAS. LAMBDA GAMMA SWEETHEART PEGGY MARTIN LAMBDA GAMMA Spring Pledges Travis Abel John Angle William Bailey Bobby Joe Barber Orby Brooks Jimmy Bruner Jerry Burnaman Mike Burton Jon Coats Jackie Cannon L. H. Crockett Maury Darst Johnny Dominy James English Dean Fikes Don Foster Joe Max Green Jimmy Herman Billy Hopson Russell Ingram Don Keasler Billy Lovelady B. H. McDaniel John Marlar Don Matthews Dan Matthews Erwin Moore Ronnie Nader Benny Peek Danny Person Bill Powers Thomas Richardson Carl Rogers Sherman Rodgers Thurman Rodgers Harold Solomon Charles Stahl Harold Stephens Jerry Thompson James Watson Gordon Walker Taylor Wharton tephen Kerr •ate Ousley udge Smith obert Stroud LUMBE MARCHING BAND Lumberjack Twirlers CONCERT BAND Guest Conductor, Mr. Cox, and the Marching Band SFA STAGE BAND The SFA STAGE BAND, under the direction of band director, Jimmy Hudgins and student leader, Bob Teel, is well known for its fine music. The Stage Band is styled after the larger dance orchestra. The Stage Band provides music for Sub dances, television series, and plays for many off-campus dances and proms. For its excellent renditions of old and new hits, it was selected to play the Grand Ball held each year at the annual convention of the Texas Music Educators Association. SFA CHOIR occasions. This choir is an asset to the SFA campus. The officers this year are: President, Gene Epperson; Vice-President, Jim Bob Griffin; and Secretary and Treasurer, Carolyn Kelly. TAU BETA SIGMA JACKIE GRANT CAROLYN KELLY PAULINE LANDRUM SYLVIA NEIL MARY JO PACE BECKY TAYLOR SADIE WILLIFORD The BETA ZETA CHAPTER OF TAU BETA SIGMA, national honorary band sorority, is headed this year by: president, Carolyn Kelly; vice-president, Pauline Thomas Landrum; secretary, Mary Jo Pace; treasurer, Sadie Williford; pledge captain, Jackie Emanis Grant; song leader, Becky Taylor; reporter, Sylvia Stotts Neil; and sponsor, Mr. Jimmy Hudgins. KAPPA KAPPA PSI The GAMMA PHI CHAPTER OF KAPPA KAPPA PSI is the national music fraternity on the SFA campus. This music fraternity is open to all men interested in music, and it is sponsored by Mr. Hudgins. The national honorary band fraternity is headed this year by: President, Albert Neal; Vice-President, Joe Lambert; Secre- tary, Lester Hughes; and Treasurer, Munsey Ayres. FALL PLEDGES James Blakeney James Harkins Charles Spurlin Don Foster SPRING PLEDGES Ray Bordes Wilmer Burr Carter Cook Richard Davis George Dyer Joe Farmer Barry Lehecka Hal Wyatt Billy Pool Mac Reynolds Val Rose Charles Shadowens Vincent Stewart Thomas Swearingen Raymond Thomas JAZZ CLUB The Jazz Club is one of the new- est clubs on our campus. The objective of this club is to promote the enjoyment and appreciation of jazz. The officers of this or- ganization are Ronnie Baker, pres- ident; Vincent Stewart, vice-presi- dent; Mrs. Barbara Allen, secre- tary-treasurer; Jimmy Luce, pub- licity director; Larry Koons, direc- tor of member services; and Dr. James Allen, faculty sponsor. DANCE CLUB A newly organized club on the campus is the Dance Club. The major purpose of this organization is to have a group of students who are qualified to perform at various functions. Under the leadership of president, P. M. Woods and vice-president, Patricia Hamil this club is a great asset to our cam- pus. Mrs. Virginia Matthews is the faculty sponsor. J S. E. The main objectives of the Stu- dent Education Association are to provide experiences which will in- terest capable students in teach- ing as a career; encourage the careful selection and guidance of persons admitted to teacher edu- cation programs; and, through higher standards of preparation and the dissemination of informa- tion, contribute to a reasonable balance in teacher supply and de- mand. The officers for this year are Ginger Lee, president; Janice O ' Quinn and Emmeline Irwin, vice- presidents; Virginia Lyles, secre- tary; Gloria Robinson, librarian; and Norma Richey, reporter. Dr. LeRoy McClendon is the faculty sponsor. KAPPA PI FRATERNITY The Beta lota Chapter of Kappa Pi Fraternity is a national art fra- ternity which attempts to in- crease art activity and art appre- ciation among college art students everywhere. The officers for the year are Russell Glasscock, presi- dent; Jackie Vance, vice-presi- dent; Ronald Monroe, secretary; and Scharlotte Coulter, treasurer. Dr. Karl Schlicher is the faculty sponsor. A B. S. U. The B.S.U. on the campus of SFA is a student organization of the Baptist Church. The purpose of the organization is to promote spiritual development among the students through Bible study, prayer, and Kingdom advance- ment. B.S.U. vesper services are held each evening from 6:30 until 6:50. This year the B.S.U. is sponsored by Mr. Gerald LePere. CANTERBURY The Canterbury Club is a col- lege student organization of the Episcopal Church. The purpose of the organization is to forward the work of the Episcopal Church in the colleges and universities. The sponsor is Dr. Ward Tishler. WESLEY Wesley Foundation is the branch of the Methodist Church on the campus of SFA. Worship, fellow- ship, and service to the students are among the objectives of Wes- ley. The officers for the year are Jo Abernathy, president; Frances Anne Jones, vice-president; Paul- ette Darcy, secretary; and Albert Cook, treasurer. The faculty spon- sor is the Rev. Aln Reed. CIRCLE K The Circle K Club is the college organization of the Kiwanis In- ternational. This service club meets for a luncheon each Tues- day noon. This chapter of Circle K was host to the Texas-Oklahoma District Convention in April. The officers for the year were Charles Sullivan, president; Clifford Du- B o s e , vice-president; Kenneth Griffin, secretary; James Howard B y r d , corresponding secretary; and Ben Youngblood, treasurer. ALPHA CHI President DICK AMOS Vice-President DIANE PORTER Secretary-Treasurer PAULETTE DARCY Alpha Chi, the national honor scholarship society on the campus, promotes and recognizes scholarship, lead- ership, and other worthy attributes of student develop- ment. The SFA Homemaking Club was named in honor of Ellen H. Rich- ards, a pioneer in the field of home economics. This club is an association of all girls interested in the field of home economics. The officers of the club are Betty Pinkerton, president; Joyce San- derson, vice-president; Shirley Quick, secretary; and Margaret Downing, treasurer. E. H. R. F. F. A. Kenton Harvey served as presi- dent this year of the collegiate FFA. Miss Freda Simmons is the secretary. The Future Farmers of America is a professional club set up to aid prospective vocational agriculture teachers. Dr. J. C. Green is the faculty sponsor. ACCOUNTING CLUB One of the major professional clubs on the SFA campus is the Accounting Club, sponsored by Mr. Frank Lauderdale. The main purpose of the Accounting Club is to afford the students an oppor- tunity for more fellowship with other students with like interests. Also, this club offers the members a chance to become acquainted with prospective employers. The officers for the year are William Craft, president; Billy Moore, vice- president; and Truman Wright, secretary- treasurer. MATH CLUB A valuable addition to the pro- fessional clubs on our campus is the Mathematics Club. The club is under the sponsorship of Mr. Robert G. Dean. The principal objectives of the Math Club are to provide entertainment and en- lightenment through the medium of mathematics and to broaden students ' interest in math fields. The officers for the year pictured are Mr. Dean; Paulette Darcy, recorder; Carolyn Callahan, pub- licity chairman; and Harry Noble, president. Not pictured is Charles Evers, vice-president. ALPHA LAMBDA OMEGA The SFA Biology Club is shown here at the club ' s dinner held in the Hotel Fredonia. Under the leadership of Dr. Edwin Miller, faculty sponsor, the Biology Club strives to promote recreational and professional activities and en- courage the development of fur- ther biological sciences. One other aim is to extend student interest in this field. The officers for the year are A. W. North, president; J. R. Brannon and Jim- my Eddington, vice-presidents; Robert Fitch, secretary; Kenneth F. Griffin, treasurer; and Ronald Nader, reporter. KAPPA DELTA PI The lota Gamma chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the national edu- cation honor society, holds as its objectives the promotion of a closer bond among students of education, the development of a more intimate fellowship with those dedicated to the cause of teaching as a profession, and the promotion of higher scholastic achievement. The officers for this year are Mr. Eli Pool, presi- dent; Mrs. Ernestine Henry, vice- president; Mrs. Duane Stephens, secretary; Dr. A. T. Clarke, treas- urer; Dr. A. L. Long, counselor; and Mr. Robert T. McKibben, historian. PSYCHOLOGYSPHILOSOPHY CLUB A newly organized club this year is the Psychology and Philos- ophy Club. The main purposes of the club are to acquaint the mem- bers with the wide range of sub- ject matter in the area of psychol- ogy and philosophy and with its relation to other areas of study; to indicate to some extent what is being done in current research and discussion in the field; and to allow the members to develop and further their interests in psy- chology and philosophy through active participation in club activ- ity. The club is led by president, Elroy Nichols and Nelda Messec, secretary. Mr. Carl Berreckman is the faculty sponsor. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega is the national honorary dramatic fraternity. The aim of this organization is " the fellowship and service to stimulate interest in college dramatics. " Dr. Robert Capel and Mr. Merle Lentz are the faculty sponsors for this honor society for those doing high standard work in dramatics. Those pictured are Mr. Lentz, Vincent Stewart, Mary Elizabeth McLaughlin, and Robert Fitch. PI KAPPA DELTA Pi Kappa Delta is a fraternity interested in intercollegiate de- bate, oratory, and public speaking. The organization encourages a spirit of fellowship and friendly cooperation. Dr. Robert Capel is sponsor of the group. PHI ALPHA THETA Phi Alpha Theta is the national honorary fraternity for students of history. Its main emphasis is upon scholarship in the history field. Officers of the club for this the first year are: president, Lewis Wall; first vice-president, Herchel Stephens; second vice-president, Nathan Orr; secretary-treasurer, Joe Ed Manry; historian, Kenneth Hairgrove; and co-sponsors, Dr. Robert Maxwell and Dr. James Nichols. DELTA PS I KAPPA - jr DELTA PSI KAPPA is the wom- en ' s national professional frater- nity in physical education on the SFA campus. Recognizing worth- while achievements in physical education and developing interest therein are the primary objectives of this organization. Pictured left to right are: Dr. Lucille Norton, Fran Spears, Sue Strong, Mrs. Vir- ginia Matthews, Dr. June Irwin, and Welta Burris. INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Pictured to the right are officers of the Women ' s Recreational As- sociation which makes up the In- tramural Council. The girls pic- tured left to right and the teams they coach are: Diane Heath, Lumberjeans; Barbara DeVille, Woodchoppers; Welta Burris, Timberjackettes; Sue Strong, President; Fran Spears, Lumber- jeans; and Donna Worthington, Woodchoppers. SYLVANS The main purpose of the Sylvans Club is the forwarding of forestry education among forest interests throughout this area. The club was organized in the fall of 1946, and it sponsors the annual For- estry Field Day. The faculty spon- sors are Dr. Charles R. Baker and Dr. Nelson T. Samson. RODEO CLUB Leading the Rodeo Club this year are Travis Abel, president and John Ivy, vice-president. Miss Ann Gray reigns as Rodeo Queen. The main purpose of this club is to increase the interest in rodeos in this area. This year a western dance was held, and the club also sponsors an annual spring rodeo. STUDENT CONGRESS Unifying the student body, increasing interest in cam- pus affairs, and aiding in student body cooperation with the staff and administration are the main objectives of the Student Congress. ISCC A very important organization on the Stephen F. Austin campus is the Inter Social Club Council. The main purpose of the I.S.C.C. is to promote better understanding and more uniform rules for the social clubs. The I.S.C.C. sponsors a convocation to begin the Rush season and several school dances. Mrs. Ernestine Henry is the faculty sponsor. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The International Rela- tions Club has as its objec- tive the promotion of better feelings toward our foreign neighbors. Africa has been the main course of study this year. The IRC officers are Herchel Stephens, president; Joe Ed Manry, vice-presi- dent; Alice Brooks, secre- tary-treasurer; and Lewis Wall, member-at-large. The sponsors are Dr. Doris King and Dr. Robert Maxwell. T. E. F. The TEF is the Stephen F. Austin State College literary magazine, named in honor of Dr. T. E. Ferguson, past Dean of SFA. Joan Mace is the editor. Dr. Elma Heard is sponsor. PINE LOG STAFF SFA ' s weekly newspaper, the Pine Log, has completed another successful year of publication. Contributing directly to the success of this year ' s work have been the industrious staff members, headed by Herchel Stephens, editor and Peter Wittenberg, assistant editor. STAFF MEMBERS Susan Ames Sports Editor Maury Darst Business Manager Martha Spencer Society Editor Corbett Anderson Art Jeanie Banks Gene Epperson Gwen Pruitt Mr. James Parrish Sponsor HERCHEL STEPHENS Editor PETER WITTENBERG Assistant Editor STONE FORT STAFF After many hours of hard work, the 1960 Stone Fort went to press. Each member of the staff sincerely hopes that as you leaf through the pages of this year at SFA, you can recapture many memorable events in your college life. In charge of the Stone Fort staff this year have been Janelle Coleman, editor and Susan Ames, assistant editor. STAFF MEMBERS Sandra Putman Layout Editor Maury Darst Business Manager Corbett Anderson Art Editor Mr. James Parrish Sponsor JANELLE COLEMAN Editor SUSAN AMES Assistant Editor 1959 - I960 SPORTS tt T " ASSOCIATION The " T " Association on the SFA campus is composed of all those lettermen in the varsity sports: football, basketball, track, and golf. The club sponsors annually an exes football game and a lettermen ' s banquet. The major objective of this organization is to promote good sportsmanship in all athletic contests. The officers for the year pictured above are Russell Jones, president; Bob Young, vice-president; Bruce Reed, secretary-treasurer; and Jimmie Herman, sergeant-at-arms. Travis Abel Don Bell Raymond Brewer Jerry Browder Bob Burch Don Byars Jackie Cannon Billy Joe Davis Ken Davis Quinn Eudy Frankie Fagan Dean Fikes Joe Gonzales Jerry Grigsby Ottis Hargett Barry Hensley Jimmy Herman Billy Hopson Tommy Humphries Russell Jones Ken McMichael Wayne Mahone John Marlar L. D. Morgan Ronnie Neill Danny Persons James Reagan Bruce Reed Travis Sharp Royce Shelton Bobby Sliva Rual Smith Harold Stephens Jerry Thompson Curtis Williams Paul Wilson Bob Young NOT PICTURED: Bill Cook Robert Nunnally Carl Rogers Benny Stubbs Lynn Wiggins 1960 Basketball, Track and Golf Lettermen CHEERLEADERS OUR ROUSING CHEERLEADERS ARE READY TO LEAD THE JACKS ON TO VICTORY! We salute these six fine cheerleaders for their excel- lent work in helping keep SFA school spirit high and following the Jacks in all of their endeavors. DON MATHEWS Head cheerleader PEGGY MARTIN LET ' S BOOST THE SCHOOL SPIRIT! LUMBERJACK COACHES are left to right, Charles R. Barker, football line and head track coach; Charles Brown, assistant coach of the defense and scout; William F. (Red) Conkright, head football and golf coach; and C. H. (Pete) McCulley, assistant football coach. Charles R. Barker, football C. H. (Pete) McCulley, as line and head track coach. sistant football coach. I The 1959 Lumberjack football team from left to right: First row, Jimmy Acker, Royce Shelton, Rudy Snow, Don Bell, Jim Reagan, Jackie Cannon, John Marlar, Dan Persons, Ottis Hargett, John Ivy, Robert Nunnally, Don Fondren, and Kenneth Bechtold. Second row, Coach Pete McCulley, Rual Smith, Ken McMichael, Tony Ellis, Jerry Thompson, Merritt Graves, Ken Davis, Ronnie Neil I, Jerry Browder, Quinn Eudy, Paul Wilson, Wayne Corley, Gary Monic, and Coach Charles R. Barker. Third row, Coach Conkright, Mitchell Myers, Bobby Sliva, Don Byars, Tom Humphries, Jerry Grigsby, Billy Davis, Glenn Wiggins, Curtis Williams, Frank Fagan, Carl Rogers, Ernest Chenevert, and Coach Charles Brown. TONY ELLIS FRANKIE FAG AN DEAN FIKES JERRY GRIGSBY 1959 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN FOOTBALL RESULT S DATE OPPONENT SITE OF GAME SFA OPP. September 12 Northwestern La. State Shreveport, La. 14 14 September 19 Memphis State University Memphis, Tenn. 6 25 September 26 McNeese State College Nacogdoches 7 20 October 3 Southwestern La. Institute Lafayette, La. 14 22 October 10 Lamar State College Beaumont 6 7 October 17 Southwest Texas State Nacogdoches 14 6 October 24 Sul Ross State College Alpine 33 6 October 31 Texas A 1 (HOMECOMING) Nacogdoches 24 7 November 7 Howard Payne College Brownwood 21 7 November 14 Sam Houston State Nacogdoches 6 November 21 East Texas State Commerce 43 ' DENOTES LONE STAR CONFERENCE GAMES OTTIS HARGETT BILLY HOPSON TOMMY HUMPHRIES JOHN IVY KENNETH McMICHAEL JOHN MARLAR MITCHELL MYERS STEPHEN F. AUSTIN FOOTBALL STANDINGS SEASON STANDINGS Placed fifth. WINS LOSSES TIES PERCENTAGE SFA OPP. 4 6 1 409 139 163 SFA AVERAGE TEAM PASSING DEFENSE 7th 89.3 TEAM PASSING OFFENSE 1st 125.0 TEAM RUSHING OFFENSE 6th 129.2 TEAM TOTAL DEFENSE 5th 238.1 TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE 4th 263.3 The Lumberjacks are after that football tonight. Is this what goes on behind the scene, Rual? r HAROLD STEPHENS Say there! Are you looking for something? BOBBY SUVA, ALL-AMERICAN Robert (Bobby) Sliva, guard for the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, was selected ALL-AMERICAN on WILLIAMSON ' S 1959 MID-BRACKET ALL-AMERICAN FOOT- BALL TEAM. The selection was based on the consensus of the nation ' s college athletic departments as expressed in a poll conducted by the Williamson National Football Rating System for 1959. Sliva was also selected to the Dallas News All- Texas Team and to the second team of the All-Lone Star Conference. Harold Stephens, quarterback for the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks, received Honorable Mention in the WIL- LIAMSON ' S MID-BRACKET POLL. During the football season, he was first in the number of passes, first in passes completed, first in total yards passed, and first in running and passing. He was also chosen as quarterback for the second All-Lone Star Conference team. During his 1959 football career, he broke five all-time school records. His records were 200 attempted passes, 91 pass completions, 1265 yards passing, 298 rushing and passing plays, and 1439 yards net gained rushing and passing. HAROLD STEPHENS Tony Ellis, who began playing as a quarterback for the ' Jacks in ' 59 and finished up the year as an end, was the leading pass receiver for the team. He received 34 passes for 486 yards, for a total of three touchdowns. He was also first in punt returns with 4 returns for a total of 58 yards returned. Tony was given Honorable Mention on the 1959 All-Lone Star Conference team. TONY ELLIS BASKETBALL 1959-60 Marshall Brown, head coach David Holcomb, manager The 1959-60 Lumberjack basketball players are from left to right, kneeling: Upton Lackey, Robert Gunn, Graham Bridges, Wayne Mahone, Don Dennis, Russell Jones, Jerry David Moore, and Don Ramsey; standing are Coach Marshall Brown, Darrell Dolenger, Lloyd Powell, L. D. Morgan, Bobby Drake, Keith Lowery, Jimmy Sullivan, Rex Ray, and David Holcomb. Russell Jones was named to the second All-Lone Star Conference team for 1959-60. He is a senior at SFA from Annona, Texas. He played guard on the basketball team. RUSSELL JONES Russell Jones, number twenty-four. LLOYD POWELL DATE OPPONENT SITE OPP. SFA. November 24 Texas Wesleyan College Ft. Worth 69 65 November 30 Texas Wesleyan College Nacogdoches 70 72 December 3 Arlington State College Arlington 59 71 December 4 Southwestern University Georgetown 80 70 December 12 Arlington State College Nacogdoches 76 85 December 14 Northwestern Louisiana State Natchitoches, La. 79 52 January 5 Northwestern Louisiana State Nacogdoches 84 69 January 9 Sam Houston State Nacogdoches 62 66 January 11 East Texas State Nacogdoches 78 72 January 16 Lamar Tech Nacogdoches 59 62 January 18 Southwestern University Nacogdoches 62 82 January 30 Howard Payne Brownwood 80 74 February 1 Sul Ross State College Alpine 69 75 February 6 Southwest Texas State Nacogdoches 74 69 (HOMECOMING) February 8 Texas A l Nacogdoches 54 59 February 13 Sul Ross State College Nacogdoches 79 106 February 15 Howard Payne College Nacogdoches 69 62 February 17 Lamar Tech Beaumont 72 62 February 20 East Texas State Commerce 70 64 February 22 Sam Houston State Huntsville 76 67 February 27 Texas A l Kingsville 67 87 February 29 Southwest Texas State San Marcos 86 66 Denotes Lone Star Conference games DON RAMSEY REX RAY JIMMY SULLIVAN STEPHEN F. AUSTIN BASKETBALL STATISTICS FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS Tied for fifth place. WINS LOSSES PERCENTAGE 8 .429 FINAL SEASON STANDINGS Fifth place. WINS 11 LOSSES 13 PERCENTAGE .458 TEAM DEFENSE 5th TEAM FIELD GOAL 5th TEAM FREE THROW 4th TEAM REBOUNDS 8th SFA 994 SFA 1620 OPP. 995 OPP. 1645 PERCENTAGE 68.5 PERCENTAGE .400 PERCENTAGE .688 PERCENTAGE 33.5 TRAVIS SHARP JIMMY SMITH WAYNE WARRINGTON JIMMY WIGGINS 1960 Lumberjack Track Team: Kneeling, left to right: Eddy Lockey Cecil Roach Taylor Thomas Larry Warner Bruce Reed Ottis Hargett Standing, left to right: Robert Nunnally Barry He nslee Dennis Smith Ken McMichael OTTIS HARGETT LARRY WARNER BRUCE REED ROYCE SHELTON CECIL ROACH TAYLOR THOMAS BARRY HENSLEI DANNY PERSONS ROYCE SHELTON DENNIS SMITH JERRY THOMPSON WOMEN ' S INTRAMURALS Pictured above are the members of the Women ' s Intramural teams. The first group on the left is the Timber- jackettes. They are: first row, Billie Lowery, coach; second row, left to right, Patsy Coleman, Sammie Savage, and Nancy Harris; third row, Nancy Duran, Pat Gibson, Carolyn Cain and Margaret King. Not pictured is Welta Burris. The center group is the Lumberjeans. First row left to right, coaches Dianne Heath and Fran Spears; second row, Frances Taylor, Linda Harris, Betty Peeples, and Betty Blear; third row, Martha Patron, Sue Strong, Dorothy Adams, and Sadie Williford. The third group is the Woodchoppers. First row left to right are Barbara DeVille and Donna Worthington, coaches; second row, Faye Haltom and Barbara Vaughn; third row, Mary Portwood and Marjorie Battise. The members of the Women ' s All-Star Volleyball team The members of the winning volleyball team are left to are: bottom row left to right, Margaret King, Pat Cole- right Sadie Williford, Dianne Heath, Lillie Burnaman, man, and Lillie Burnaman. Top row left to right are Betty Campbell, and Fran Spears. Betty Campbell, Fran Spears, Carolyn Cain, and Billie Lowery. Dianne Heath (left) and Fran Spears won the table tennis doubles in Women ' s Intramural Sports. I Fran Spears (left) and Donna Worthington were the champions in badminton doubles. The winner of badminton singles was Fran Spears. Left to right are the members of the Women ' s All-Star Intramural basketball team. Dianne Heath, Lumber- jeans; Frances Taylor, Lumberjeans; Betty Peeples, Lumberjeans; Fran Spears, Lumberjeans; Carolyn Cain, Timberjackettes; Billie Lowery, Timberjackettes, Sue Strong, Lumberjeans; Margaret King, Timberjackettes; Bar- bara DeVille, Woodchoppers; Pat Gibson, Timberjackettes. Dianne Heath (above) was the winner of the free throw in basketball. The winning team in basketball was the Timberjackettes. The members are top row, left to right: Nancy Duran, Pat Gibson, Carolyn Cain, and Margaret King; bottom row. Patsy Coleman, Nancy Harris, Sammie Savage, and coach Billie Lowery. Not pictured is Welta Burris, coach. MEN ' S INTR AM URALS Dr. Ward Tishler, whose office is Joe Ed New is the intramural in the HPE Building, is in charge assistant. Also Glen Sewell, not of intramural activities. pictured, is an assistant. Bowling is a new sport on the SFA campus. There are two leagues, the Club League and the Independent League, which par- ticipate in bowling activities each Thurs- day. Bill Moore was the winner of the men ' s intramural badminton singles. FINAL FOOTBALL STANDINGS TEAM WINK 1 n F Roadrunners 7 1 bawyers 6 1 1 Rambling Wrecks 5 2 1 Lambda (jam ma 4 3 1 1 Unit III Demons 4 2 2 Comets 3 4 1 Foresters 2 6 Austinites 1 6 1 DC 1 1 B5U ft o 8 1 FADING SrORFR , TFAM POINTS Larry Warner Rambling Wrecks A 30 Jerry Joslin 1 . M III f _ _ Unit Ml Demons A 30 Hardy Carlton Roadrunners 25 Dan McNair Comets Z4 R. J. Millikan Sawyers 24 George Williams Roadrunners 19 Doyle Leslie Roadrunners 19 Billy Lovelady Lambda Gamma 18 FINAL BASKETBALL STANDINGS CLUB LEAGUE WON LOST INDEPENDENT II WON LOST Lambda Gamma Sawyers Austinites Foresters 5 2 1 1 2 3 INDEPENDENT I WON LOST Rinky Dinks Rag Knots Pistons Unit III Demons 3 2 1 1 2 2 Roadrunners Gamma II Looneys Sawyers II INDEPENDENT 700 ' s Comets FFA 5 2 1 1 2 3 WON LOST 2 1 1 2 LEAGUE WINNERS CLUB LEAGUE Lambda Gamma INDEPENDENT I Rinky Dinks INDEPENDENT II Roadrunners INDEPENDENT III 700 ' s LEADING SCORERS PLAYER TEAM SCORE Austin Valentine 700 ' s 47 John Marlar Lambda Gamma 45 Gus Copeland Pistons 36 Wayne Lindsey Austinites 28 Jerry Durrette Pistons 27 The Lambda Gamma team won the basketball tournament. They are from left to right, first row: Don Keisler, Bob Young, John Dominy, Tommy Cook, and Paul Truitt. Top row: coach Travis Abel, Arnold Wharton, Billy Bailey, and Don Matthews. Tommy Cook was the runner-up of the men ' s intramural badminton singles. VOLLEYBALL FINAL STANDINGS CLUB LEAGUE Lambda Gamma Sawyers Foresters Austinites INDEPENDENT LEAGUE Rinky Dinks Gamma II Sawyers II Roadrunners Comets WON 3 3 1 WON 4 3 2 1 1 LOST 1 2 3 LOST 2 3 3 3 FOOT- BASKET- VOLLEY- TOTAL TEAM BALL BALL BALL POINTS Lambda Gamma 9 25 25 59 Roadrunners 25 17 5 47 Sawyers 17 5 13 35 Rinky Dinks 9 17 26 Austinites 5 5 5 15 Foresters 5 5 5 15 Comets 5 5 5 15 Unit III Demons 9 5 14 Rambling Wrecks 13 13 700 ' s 13 13 Gamma II 5 9 14 Sawyers II 5 5 10 Rag Knots 5 5 FFA 5 5 Pistons 5 5 Looneys 5 5 C L A S S E S I960 GRADUATES CRAIGHEAD, LAWRENCE Kilgore FITCH, ROBERT Nacogdoches Secretary-Treasurer KAMMERDIENER, F. L, JR. Nacogdoches MARKE, ELEANOR Tyler MOORE, BILLY Corsicana Vice President MORGAN, L. D. Naples MORRIS, J. B. McKinney PALMER, MARY LOU Gladewater STEPHENS, HERCHEL Lufkin President SULLIVAN, ROBERT Nacogdoches THOMAS, PAUL Atlanta President... J. R. WRIGHT Vice-President RUSSELL COBBS Secretary PEGGY ROGERS Reporter PAT THERIOT SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SENIORS ABBOTT, EDNA Nacogdoches ABEL, TRAVIS Austin ACKER, BETTY Longview ADAMS, GARLEATHA Huntington ALLRED, KEITH Lufkin ANDERSON, JAMES Gregory ARNOLD, SCHARLA Alto ASHER, KAY Alto ASHWORTH, DON W. Austin ATCHLEY, GIMMIE DeKalb BAILEY, GOLDIE Nacogdoches BAKER, W. D. Huntington BARNES, BILLY Nacogdoches BARRON, EVA ESTELLE Beckville BARTON, CHARLES Apple Springs BARTON, VIRGINIA Dallas BATEMAN, NANCY Athens BATY, HAROLD Neches BIGGERSTAFF, JEAN Nacogdoches BLACK, ALICE Alto BOLLENGER, LOUISE Jacksonville BRADBERRY, JAMES Selman City BRADSHAW, JOHN Center BRAWNER, RENA Saint Jo BROACH, PASCAL Carthage BROCK, ASFORD Lufkin BROOKS, GEORGIA Center BURNS, BRUCE Lufkin BURRIS, HAROLD Palestine BURRIS, WELTA Buffalo CARDONA, MORRIS Nacogdoches CASHELL, ROBERT Longview CATES, DAN B. Alto CHILDS, GLORIA La Porte CHOATE, NANCY Baytown CLOUD, JERRY Henderson COATS, JIM A. Nacogdoches COBBS, RUSSELL Beaumont COE, BOBBY Powderly COKER, BILL Longview COLLINS, PANSY Nacogdoches COOK, TOMMY Frankston CRAWFORD, REGINALD Center CULVER, ROBERT Pittsburg DAUGHERTY, HIAWATHA Kilgore DAVIS, JOE PAT Apple Springs DAVIS, PAUL Nacogdoches DEAN, BARBARA Tyler DeVILLE, BARBARA Lake Jackson DuBOSE, JACQUELINE Wells DUNN, PEARL Kilgore ELLIS, EDITH Marshall EPPERSON, GENE Kilgore ERI CKSEN, TED Galveston FEIDLER, JEAN Wells FORBUS, ANITA Nacogdoches FREEZE, CHARALENE Lufkin FULLER, ODIE G. Nacogdoches GARCIA, JIMMY Malakoff GARNER, RICHARD Nacogdoches GARRETT, LaJUAN Chireno GARRETT, PAT Houston GOBER, LINDA Carthage GOODMAN, CHRISTINE Wells GOODWINE, MAX Dallas GRIFFIN, JACK Garrison GRIFFIN, KENNETH Bullard HACKLER, HAROLD Gilmer HAIRGROVE, KENNETH Tenaha HAMPTON, BARBARA Nacogdoches HARVEY, KENTON Azle HAYNES, DON Frankston HENDRICKS, LEROY Nacogdoches HERMAN, JIMMY Marfa HIGHTOWER, JOE Palestine HINES, JOE, JR. Cleveland HOLLAND, MELVIN Linden HOLLAND, PRESTON Linden HOPSON, BILLY Alto HOUSE, TROY Frankston v F IRWIN, CAROL Tatum JARVIS, MRS. MARTHA Tyler JOHNSON, HERBERT Grand Rapids, Minn. JOHNSON, IVA Nacogdoches KEENAN, BETTY Longview KERSH, JAMES Carthage KIRBY, JAMON Nacogdoches KIRKLAND, BURL Lufkin KITTLES, BETTY ANN Athens KLENKE, D. B. San Antonio LAMBERT, JOE E. Nacogdoches LANG, T Palestine LEE, GINGER Houston LEWIS, BETTY RUTH Texarkana LOVE, JIM Nacogdoches LOVELADY, BILLY Jacksonville McADAMS, HOLLIE Pollok McCLAIN, LEE Ennis McENTIRE, CAMILLE Lufkin McGAUGHEY, DAN Alto McMillan, bobbie Pineland McMillan, joe Nacogdoches McRAY, CHARLES Tyler MARTIN, JAMES Kilgore MAY, KENNETH Alto MEGUESS, RAY Beaumont MEYERS, JACKIE Center MONTGOMERY, LOIS Ratcliff MOORE, HARLEY Houston MORGAN, JAMES Nacogdoches MORRISON, DICK Nacogdoches MORROW, JOHNNY Kilgore MURRAY, BOBBY Nacogdoches NIX, SHIRLEY DeKalb NORTH, A. W. Nacogdoches ODOM, ORVILLE Apple Springs OGDEN, VIRGINIA Kilgore OLIVER, ROYCE Dallas OLIVER, RUTH Tenoha O ' QUINN, JANICE Nacogdoches ORR, NATHAN Nacogdoches OSTINELLI, SHIRLEY Houston PAINE, MARJORIE Nacogdoches PARCHER, SHERRY Gladewater PINKERTON, BETTY Tyler POOL, NEAL, JR. Kirbyville PORTER, DIANE Longview POWER, MARCELEETE Nacogdoches PRITCHIET, LAURA Tyler QUEEN, DIXIE Nacogdoches QUICK, SHIRLEY Palestine REED, CARL Nacogdoches RENFRO, JOE Huntington RENFROW, VIRGINIA Price RICHARDSON, JOSEPH Midland RICHARDSON, THOMAS Hallsville ROACH, DONALD Lufkin ROBINSON, GLORIA Henderson RODGERS, SANDRA Lindale ROGERS, PEGGY Greggton ROGERS, MARGARET Palestine ROGERS, BILLY Nacogdoches ROSS, SHON Kilgore SCOTT, NANCY Henderson SHAMBOUGH, PHYLLIS Lufkin SHOFNER, SHIRLEY Nacogdoches SIDES, SUE Tyler SITTON, ROBERT Cushing SMITH, DON Longview SPEARS, CHARLES Nacogdoches SPEARS, FRAN Nacogdoches SPRADLEY, JOAN Logansport, La. SHIPROMMA, CHARLIE Thailand STAHL, CHARLES Longview STARKEY, PAT Kilgore STEINMANN, BARBARA Tyler STRONG, SUE Henderson STUTEVILLE, ROBERT Palestine TALLENT, JIMMY Gladewater THERIOT, PAT Selman City THOMPSON, CARROLL Lindale TUCKER, CORA LOVE Center VINCENT, LYNN Carthage WALKER, JEANETTE Athens WARR, KENNETH Center W ATKINS, MILDRED Douglass WEDGEWORTH, ANITA Pampa WESTBROOK, WARD Jasper WHEELER, MOZELLE Houston WILKERSON, DORIS Logansport, La. WILSON, KENNETH Center WORTHINGTON, DONNA Port Arthur WRIGHT, J. R. Kilgore WRIGHT, PHILLIP Henderson WULLSCHLEGER, SHERILYN Mt. Pleasant JIM HARRIS JOHN BRYAN PAULETTE DARCY BEVERLY BRETZ JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUNIORS ABERNATHY, JO ALFORD, DONALD W. BAKER, NEIL W. BALDREE, LUCENE BANE, LARRY BANKS, JEANIE BARCLAY, JACK BATES, MARION BATY, MARY JO BEAVERS, WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY, JERI BLEAR, BETTY BOGARD, CAROLYN BRANNEN, SUE ANN BRETZ, BEVERLY BROWN, MARVIN BROWN, WILSE BRUNER, JIMMY BURAN, DOMINIC SIMON BURKE, KENNETH BURKETT, RAY BURNAMAN, JERRY BURNAMAN, LILLIE CAMPBELL, BETTY CANNON, PAT CARLTON, HARDY CHANCE, ALFRED CHRISTIAN, JERRY CLOUR, BETTY COKER, JERRY COLLINS, MONTAGUE R. CULVER, MRS. ELMER DARCY, PAULETTE DAVIS, EURAL GENE DAVIS, RICHARD LEE DEAN, OUIDA DELAFIELD, JACK DENNIS, ERIC DONAHOE, MARY DOWDEN, S. C. DOWNING, MARGARET DREWRY, JAN DRODDY, LAVERNE DURAN, ELIZABETH EARL, JANET EDDINGTON, JIMMY EHRLUND, CHARLES ELLIS, ANN ELLIS, DOROTHY EMANIS, JACKIE EVERS, CHARLES FAIL, JASPER FANT, JAN C. FARIES, ANNETTE FISK, ELEANOR FRANKLIN, JOHN FRECK, RICHARD FRICK, ALICE FYDEREK, SHIRLE GARNER, JOHN GILCREASE, JAMES GRAY, MARTIN GRIFFIN, MARY ANN HACKER, SANDRA HADLEY, DON HAMILTON, DOLORES HANKS, HILLMAN HARDY, LOIS HARKRIDER, ARLINE HARKRIDER, ROBERT HARRELL, V. P. HARRIS, JIM HARTT, DICK HARWELL, JACKSON HAWTHORNE, JUSTIN HEATH, DIANE HENIGAN, SUSAN HILL, BETTY HOGAN, DONALD HOLLAND, JAMES HOLLEMAN, NAN HOLMES, MARY HOOPER, MARY HUGGINS, FORREST IRWIN, EMMELINE JEANE, DAVID JENKINS, JAMES JOHNSON, McNEIL JONES, COLLEEN JONES, JIMMY JOE JONES, JUDY JONES, LONNIE JOYNER, DEXTER KEASLER, DON KELLEY, CAROLYN KENNEDY, ANDY KENNEDY, CARMEN KENT, JAN KIMBLER, LOUIS KING, CONNIE KING, LINDA ANN KIRKPATRICK, CARL KUCERA, DANIEL LACKEY, UPTON LANGFORD, ANNA LANKFORD, MARY ANN LATHAM, JO ANN LATHAM, WANDA LEE, JERRY LINDSEY, H. S., JR. LENHART, DAVID LESLIE, DOYLE LOCKEY, EDDIE LOWERY, BILLIE LOWERY, GRADY LYLES, VIRGINIA McDANIEL, PEGGY McELROY, ROBERT McLEMORE, EVELYN McMURROUGH, PATRICK McNAIR, DON MACE, JOAN MAHONE, WAYNE MAN ESS, JEWELL MANNING, WALTER MAPLES, BARBARA MARLER, JOHN MARTIN, RAY MATTHEWS, DAN MAYFIELD, EARL MERCER, ROBERT MILSTEAD, SOPHIA MINTON, ROBERT MOODY, JEFF MORGAN, CHARLES MORROW, JO MURPH, SARAH MURRAY, DONALD MURRAY, JOE MURRAY, JUDY NOBLE, BERNICE OSTEEN, RICHARD OWEN, WILLIAM OWENS, JAN PALMER, JIMMY PEEPLES, BETTY PEPPER, INELL PERDUE, DAVID PERSON, DANNY PEYTON, LISA POWELL, ELTON PRICE, HARRY PYLE, SHIRLEY RAY, REX REAVES, JOE REYNOLDS, CHARLES RICE, GLENDA RICHARDS, ALBERT RICHEY, LARRY RICHEY, NORMA JEAN RICHEY, VELMA ROBERSON, BOBBY ROOMS, LARRY RUCKE, MRS. MARTHA SCOGGINS, WINNIE DELL SELMAN, PAT SIMMONS, LOLA SINGLETON, HAROLD SMITH, NELDA SMITH, ROBBIE SMITH, WILLIAM SOWELL, RHE NELL SPRADLEY, LINDA SPURLIN, CHARLES STEPHEN, BESS ELLEN STEWART, JAMES STONE, SAM SUMMERS, JOE TAYLOR, MAY ELLEN TAYLOR, REBBECCA ELLEN u TELL, GUINETTE THOMAS, EMMA JOE THOMPSON, DAN VANCE, JACKIE EVERETT VANO, ARLYNE WAGGONER, LEE WAGNER, MARIANNE WAITS, FRED WAKEFIELD, DIANE WALLACE, JANE WALLA, JO ANN WASHBURN, LAVONE WATSON, JAMES E. WATTS, GERALDYN WESTBROOK, MARTHA WHITLOW, LORETTA WILLIAMS, CURTIS WOODS, P. M. WOOD, TOM WYCH, HERBERT YARBROUGH, KENNETH YOUNGBLOOD, BEN President TOMMY STERLING Vice-President B. H. McDANIEL Secretary FRANCES ANNE JONES Treasurer WOODY INGRAM SOPHOMORE OASS OFFICERS ■ SOPHOMORES ALDERS, WELDON ALMANY, PATRICIA ANDERSON, LORRY ARNOLD, HERMAN ASH, JO MARIE BALCH, GINGER BARFIELD, JULIA ANN BELL, EMILY BENTLEY, CLYDIE BLEDSOE, SANDRA BOWLIN, MELBA BRACKETT, JERRY BRIDGES, GRAHAM BROOK, ALICE BROOKS, ORBY BROWN, CHARLES BRUYERE, MILTON BUDDHAMATYA, NIKOM BURNEY, ARLON BURTON, MIKE BYRD, JAMES HOWARD BYRD, RALPH CAIN, SAM CAIN, CAROLYN SUE CAMPBELL, CARROLL CALLAHAN, LOYD CAIN, VIRGINIA CARTER, DOYLE CHAMBLISS, LENA CHANCE, EDITH CHAVIERS, DELORES CHERRY, ANNA JANE CHISOLM, BUDDY COLE, JAMES COLEMAN, JANELLE COLLINS, BETTY SUE COOK, ALBERT COOKE, CAROL SUE CREATH, JARVIS CROUCH, RICHARD DAVIS, JANET DEATON, JOE DeLONEY, BETTIE JEAN DINGLE, KENNETH DOMINY, JOHN DOSS, JIMMY DOSS, PEGGY DOYLE, LINDA DRAKE, BOBBY DuBOSE, GARY DuBOSE, THOMAS DUNN, JUANITA DURAN, NANCY DURHAM, DAVID DURHAM, MELVIN DYER, CARLETON EAKIN, DONALD ELLISON, ARTHUR ENGLISH, JAMES FIFER, SALLY FOSTER, DON FOSTER, JUDY GARRISON, CARL GIBSON, ROSALIND GILBREATH, MARY GILLEY, KAY GRAVES, MERRITT GRAY, ANN GRAY, JOYCE GREEN, THOMAS A. GRESHAM, LEE GRIM, LUCRECIA GROGAN, LINDA GROUNDS, RUTH HALL, JAMES HAMMETT, JACK HARBORN, MRS. FLORENCE HARRIS, JEAN HARRIS, WILLIAM HARRISON, SUSAN HEARN, CHARLES HENDERSON, SYLVIA HILL, LARRY HOWARD, RIETA HUGHES, ROBERT INGRAM, RUSSELL IVEY, RUTH ANN JANSE, JIMMY JENKINS, DONNA JOHNSTON, DONALD JOHNSTON, WAYNE JONES, CHARLES JONES, DON JONES, FRANCES ANNE JONES, MIKE JONES, PATRICIA KAHANEK, JaNIS KEITH, WALTER KERR, STEPHEN KEYS, NANCY KING, MARGARET KINSEL, ELIZABETH LAMBERT, BETTY SUE LAMBERT, JOE LEITH, JEANNINE LENHART, JUDY LEWIS, DAVID LILLEY, JEANNIE lloyd, judy lowery, mary ann lufkin, salee McCartney, phyllis McCRAKEN, EDDIE CLAIR McDANIEL, B. H. McGARRAHAN, GARLAND McKEEL, BARBARA JEAN McKELLAR, JO Mcpherson, jerry manning, leon manry, jo ed MARTIN, PEGGY MARTIN, WILSON MAUBOULES, HERBERT MAY, MARY KATE MELEY, JERRY MESSEC, NELDA JEAN MOFFETT, MARILYN MOODY, SANDRA MOORE, MAURICE MORRISON, JOHN MULLENS, SMITH MULLHALL, SARAH ANN MULLER, MARY FRANCES NADER, RONNIE NESMITH, JERRY PACE, MARY JO PAGE, KAY PARTIN, JIMMY PARRISH, BEN PASS, JERRY y i ■■■HMflflHflHB SHHflHHI w ' I ' JP J iiiiiiv " • ' - ■ i ' 111 - : AT v. PATE, PHILLIP PATTERSON, ROBBIE PEEK, BENNY PENDLAND, JERRY PENN, MIKE PETERSON, MARGARET PETEET, D ' ANN PIERCE, NANCY POOL, DOLORES PORTWOOD, MARY JOHN POTTS, KAY POWE, GAYLE RAMEY, JANICE RANKIN, HAROLD REID, DRUNETTA RICH, CARLA RICHARDSON, LINDA RODGERS, THURMAN ROGERS, SUE SAMPLE, LUANA SANDERS, GAIL SANDERS, JUANITA RUTH SANDERSON, JOYCE SAVAGE, SAMMIE SCARBER, JERRY SCOTT, PATRICIA SCROGGINS, DONNELL SHARP, JUNE SITTON, BETTY SITTON, JULIA KAY SOWELL, HAZEL SPEER, LINDA LEE SPENCER, MARTHA STANLEY, MARY LOU STEPHEN, WILLIAM STEPHENS, WALTER E. STEWART, CAROL STEWART, ROBELEEN STODDARD, HERMAN STERLING, THOMAS STOTT, PATRICIA STOTTS, SYLVIA STUTEVILLE, LAURA SULLIVAN, JIM TAYLOR, FRANCES THOMAS, JIMMY THOMAS, PAULINE THOMPSON, JUNE TRIPLETT, WARNER TURNER, BILLY LYNNE VAUGHN, BARBARA VAUGHT, PEGGY M. VINES, ELLEN WALKER, GORDON WALLACE, LORETTA WALLACE, WAYNE WALTON, JANE WARE, EDDIE WARD, JIMMY WARNER, LARRY WATT, DONLEY E. WEATHERLY, ROSE MARIE WESTMORELAND, THOMAS WHARTON, ARNOLD WILLARD, IVAN WILLIAMS, GEORGIA WILLIAMS, PHYLLIS WILLIAMSON, ROY WILLIFORD, SADIE WITTREDGE, MARY ELLEN WORLEY, JUDY YEATES, DAN YOUNGBLOOD, SARAH President BILL FERGUSON Vice-President LESTER HUTSON Secretary RON DA WOODS Student Congress EDDIE BAYS FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS FRESHMEN ABNEY, DIXON ADAMS, DOROTHY ADAMS, JEAN ALBRITTON, JERRY ALDERS, GEORGE ALEXANDER, ROBERT ALLEN, BOBBY AMES, SUSAN AMOUR, JIMMY ANDERSON, JOHN ARNOLD, JAMES ASKEW, ELRAY ATHEY, WILLIAM R. BACLE, ADALIA KAYE BAILEY, JO ANNE BAILEY, JO NELL BAKER, BRENDA BAKER, BRYAN BALLARD, BARBARA BARRY, CYNDY BANE, VICTOR BARFIELD, LINDA BARKER, CLAIRE BARRINGTON, JOHN BARTON, ANN BASS, MERLE BASS, WILMER BATES, EVELYN BATES, JOHN PAUL BATTISE, MARJORIE BAWCOM, SUE BETH BATY, IDA BATY, SAM BAYS, EDDIE BAYS, JOE BEAIRD, LESTER BEAMESDERFER, KENNETH BEASLEY, JIMMY BENSKIN, DON V. BIEHLE, LA VALLE BICKHAM, MARY BILLINGSLEY, LITTLETON BLACKBURN, JO ANN PARSONS, JOYCE BLUNK, RANDA BOATMAN, LANGSTON BORDES, ROY BOOK, CAROL SUE BOVEE, RICHARD BOWERS, ROBERT H. ROGERS, KENNETH BOX, JOHN BOYETT, SHIRLEY BOYNTON, AMOS BRADBURY, TONI BRANNON, JOHN BRATZ, CHARLES BRIDGES, JERRY BROOKS, BILLY BROWDER, JERRY BRUNER, BOBBIE BRYAN, JANIE BUTTON, CAROLYN A. BURK, ELIZABETH BURNAMAN, JERRY BURNEY, FREDDIE BURNS, JERRY BURRIS, DON BUTTERFIELD, JAMES BUTTRY, RICHARD M. BYLES, JUANITA ANN CALCOTE, WILLIAM CALHOUN, ROBERT CALLAHAN, CAROLYN CAMP, BILLIE JUNE CAMPBELL, PETE CARTER, JIMMY CARTER, ROBERT CADENHEAD, F. B. CHARBA, BERNARD CHERRY, VIVIAN CHILDREE, RONNY CLIFTON, HAROLD COCKRELL, ALEC COLBURN, SUE COLEMAN, CHARLES COLEMAN, PATSY COLLINS, JANE COLSTON, BARBARA COOK, CARTER COOK, NELLWYN COOKE, SAM COONEY, PETER PAUL COOPER, ANITA COPELAND, TED COX, DAVIS G. CRAVENS, SHARON CRAWFORD, CHARLES CREATH, FRANK CROSS, DOUGLAS CROWE, BETTY SUE DAGLE, GEROLD DAVIDSON, ROBERT W. DAVIS, JAMES WARREN DAVIS, MAJOR DAW, GAIL DEAL, NOVIE D. DOBBS, J. P. DORSETT, KATHLEEN DODSON, PATRICIA DOWNS, BEAUFORD DU BOSE, CLIFFORD DU BOSE, GWEN DUNHAM, ERNESTINE DUNN, RONALD DURRETT, JERRY C. DYER, GEORGE DYES, NELDA EAKIN, JOE E. EDWARDS, PATRICIA ELDRIDGE, BOYCE ELLIOTT, LINDA KAY ELLIS, KENNETH EMMONS, ROBIN D. ENDERLE, SUZANNE ENER, BETH ENGLISH, JESSE ENGLISH, PATRICIA EPPS, DANNY ERECKSON, NORMA EVERETT, JEANETTE FAGAN, FRANKIE FELTS, RONNIE FENTON, EDWIN FERGUSON, BILL FERGUSON, JOE FERGUSON, TOMMY L FIELD, CLAYTON FISHER, LOUIS FLOWERS, CHARLES FONDREN, DONALD FONDREN, JOHNNY FANCHER, ALLEN FREDERICK, CHARLES FUGLER, DON FRESHOUR, CHARLES FROST, DALE GAINER, LARRY GARCIA, JOHN GARRETT, PATSY GARRETT, RONALD GASTON, FLOYD R. GARTMAN, WAYMON GATLIN, MARY GHOLSON, SIDNEY GIBSON, FRANCES GIBSON, PATRICIA GILMORE, KAY GIPSON, MIKE GOLDEN, GERALD GOODWIN, ISAAC GRAHAM, EARL GRIFFIN, PAT GRIFFITH, RITTER GROSCHKE, PATRICIA GUNN, REGINALD HACKLER, MARY JO HALE, CHARLES HALL, BOBBY HAMMOCK, SUELLEN HANKS, CHARLES HARBUCK, WAYNE HARDEMAN, TERRY HARGIS, RAYMOND HARRIS, WILLIE JEAN HARRINGTON, CONNIE HARRINGTON, HOWARD HARRINGTON, REBECCA HARRISON, BILLY HART, KAY HARTSELL, HORACE HARTT, JOE HARVEY, GERALDINE HARWELL, FIELDING HALTOM, FAYE HAWTHORN, JOE HAYES, BILLY ZANE HAYS, WENDELL HOPKINS, MELLIE HOPKINS, REED HUDSON, SUE HUGHES, JEANENNE HUTSON, LESTER HENDERSON, HERSCHEL HILEMAN, BETTY LOU HICKMAN, KAY HICKS, JOHN ROBERT HODGES, CHESTER HOLCOMB, JIMMY DAVID HOLLINGSWORTH, DONALD L. HOLT, DARRELL HOWES, WILFRED LAUTER, JUDY JAMES, JANET JENKINS, JACK JINKINS, PAT JOHNSON, CHARLES JOHNSON, DOYLE JOHNSON, MARY ANN JOHNSON, MELBA JOHNSON, SUZANNE JOHNSON, MRS. JUANITA JONES, EMIL JONES, KAROLEE JORDAN, KENNETH RAY KALLSEN, CAROLYN KEENER, TOM KELLEY, JAMES G. KELLY, JAMES H. KELLEY, ROBERT KERR, ROBERT D. KENDRICK, MILVA KENT, CHARLES KING, HELEN KING, LILLIE FAYE KLENTSCH, VOLKER KUNTZ, DOUGLAS LAMBERT, MARTHA LARGENT, WAYNE LAWLESS, GLORIA LAYTON, BOBBY LAZARINE, DOCK LEE, CHARLES LEHECKA, JOE BARRY RAY, LEON LINER, RUBY LISTER, PATRICK LITTLE, ANN LOVE, AUDIE LOVE, FRANK LOVELESS, JAMES ANN LOWERY, KEITH LYLES; JERRY LYNCH, LEWIS D. LYONS, RICHARD McDANIEL, ANDREW McFERRAN, DAVID McGOWAN, CAROLYN McKEWEN, MARY GAYLE McLEOD, ANN McMURRAY, JOHN E. McPHERSON, TERRY NADER, ABRAHAM LEE MANGAN, MIKE MARTIN, JOHN MASSEY, MARILYN MASSINGILL, JOYCE MATTHEWS, EDWIN A MATHEWS, KENNETH MATTHEWS, LARRY MATTOX, WANDA MAXWELL, DARRELL MAY, LINDA MEADOWS, GUY MILSTEAD, SHIRLEY MERRITT, PATSY MITCHELL, ALLEN MOFFEIT, ELIZABETH MONROE, RAMON MOORER, MILTON MORRA, CHARLES E. MORRIS, JIMMY LEE MORRIS, PHILLIP MORRIS, WAYNE MOSES, MARTHA MURPHY, DICKEY MURRAY, MRS. MARTHA MURRELL, CAROLYN O ' QUINN, PAIRLEE OWENS, EVIE PARKER, FLONITA PARKER, JACKIE PARSONS, JOYCE PATTERSON, NORMAN SMITH PATTON, MARTHA LAUTER, JUDY PETERS, ROBERT PHILLIPS, ANN PHILLIPS, BOB PHELPS, ELAINE PICKARD, VYRA POOL, BILLY POLK, JOHN L PORTER, ELIZABETH PORTER, JAMES E. POUNDS, KENNETH POWELL, ANNIE MARIE PRATT, PRISCILLA PRINCE, JERRY PRICE, JO NAN PRADO, JANE L. PRUITT, BEN A. PRUITT, GWEN PUTMAN, SANDRA RAKESTRAW, HAROLD REAGAN, JAMES A. RECTOR, BETH REED, ANN REED, JERRY REYNOLDS, MAC RHEINER, ROBERT D. RICH, JAMES E. RICHARDSON, MARY ALICE RETTLE, ANN RILEY, CARLTON RILEY, MRS. LINDA RILEY, ROYCE W ROARK, JAYNE RABUCK, JAY ROEBUCK, ANN RUSH, MRS. ARAH DELL RUSK, JOHN RUSSELL, SHEILA RUSSELL, LOWMAN RUSSELL, LYNDA FAYE RUSSELL, THOMAS W. RUST, LARRY SAGE, CARLTON SAMPLE, GEORGE SANDERS, JIMMY SCALES, WAYNE SCOTT, ROBERT SCOGGINS, SHARON SIFFORD, JANIS SELCER, TERRELL SEXTON, JOE SHADOWENS, CHARLES SHARP, BETTY SHILLINGS, SUE SHERIDAN, SARA SHIPP, THOMAS SHUTTLESWORTH, VERENA MYERS, MITCHELL SIMMONS, BILLY SIMMONS, BOB SIMMONS, FREDA SIMMONS, GERALDENE SIMMONS, NITA SIMPSON, BOBBY SIMPSON, SYLVIA SIMPSON, WILLIAM SIMS, DON SITTON, DON SITTON, THAD STONE, SHIRLEY SMITH, CIENE SMITH, DAVID SMITH, DENNIS SMITH, JIMMIE SMITH, JIMMY SMITH, JEAN PRINCE SMITH, JUDY SMITH, NOLAN SNOW, RUDY SPEER, LINDA SPELL, GAYLA RUTH STANTON, BARBARA STERLING, LUTHER STEVENS, LANIER STEVENSON, NEALY JANE STIVERS, BILL STIMITS, ROBERT STINSON, WINFRED STOKES, BRYANT STOKES, JAMES STOTT, PATRICIA STOVALL, MAC STOVALL, TOM STUTTS, GERALDINE SWAN, MARK TATUM, JAMES TAYLOR, JAMES THOMAS, JUDY THOMAS, RAYMOND THOMAS, THURMAN THOMPSON, MOLLY THOMPSON, PATSY THORNTON, DAVID TILLINGHAST, SCOTT TIMMINS, STANLEY TIMMONS, RICHARD TIPTON, GLENDA TIPTON, JERRY TITTLE, CAMILLE TODD, NANCY TUCKER, SUE ANN TYNER, ANN URGUETTE, SHARON VANOVER, VAN VANSAU, CHARLES WADE, KENNETH WAIKART, LOUIS WALKER, WAYNE WALLACE, BOBBY WALLACE, CARROLL WALLACE, DAVID WALLACE, SAMMY WALTERS, ARLIN WALTON, JOHNNY WARE, PEYTON WARK, JAMES WARNER, LINDA WARREN, ERNEST W ATKINS, MARTHA WEAVER, SARA WELCH, RICHARD WELCH, SONDRA WELCH, VERA JEAN WEST, NEVILLE JONES WESTMORELAND, LEE WHITENER, DON WHITTON, CAROL WILKS, JUDY WILLIAMS, JAY WILLIAMS, JO ANNETTE WILLIAMS, MARY SUE WILLIAMS, PAT WILLIAMS, TOMMY WILSON, PAUL WINDER, DEWEY WOMACK, BLITZ WOODFIN, DOSHIA WOODLAND, JOE WOODS, JAMES WOODS, RONDA WORSHAM, BILL WYATT, HAL WYNN, ELLEN ANN WYNN, MAXEY YARBROUGH, SPENCER YARBROUGH, THOMAS YARBROUGH, THOMAS TROY YOUNG, JAMES YOUNG, JONNIE YOUNGBLOOD, DOUGLAS COMPLIMENTS OF TEMPLE ASSOCIATES GENERAL CONTRACTORS DIBOLL, TEXAS Compliments of HELPINSTILL AUTO SUPPLY NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Jewel Helpinstill Owner Thomas Appliance Co. 320 North Street Phone LO 4-9241 BE MODERN ... GO ELECTRIC RCA MAYTAG Texas Power Light Company fashions • for college • for eareer • for-ahout tlie-home THE PRIVILEGE OF LEADERSHIP comes to those who are prepared for it. Education is an important part of that preparation . . . indus- try and ambition are other impor- tant qualities essential to those who wish to lead. In the Gulf South, natural gas has this privi- lege of leadership, setting the pace for economy and depend- ability of service to the homes and ' ndustries of this area. SWIFT BROS. SMITH, INC. Druggists The place where you get what you want 221 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE LO 4-4651 and LO 4-4101 tcUay fat t e utute £ :» w - _ -St 5. F. A. Library Building J. A. Nesbit Company General Contractors Nacogdoches, Texas " the friendly city 11 COMPLIMENTS OF R. W. McKinney AND Jack McKinney Nacogdoches Paint Wallpaper Co. Floor Coverings Phone LO 4-3267 P. 0. Box 590 2111 North St. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS REESE BROS. PONTIAC WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Phone 4-4331 613 West Main Nacogdoches, Texas Compliments of 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 Nacogdoches, Texas DEPEND ON THE COLLEGE CLEANERS Cash and Carry a Saving For You " THEY CAN CLEAN EM " S. F. A. THEATRE MARSHALL MATTESON Owner-Mgr. Nacogdoches, Texas Always an enjoyable array of attractions! Plenty of Free Parking Lufkin Typewriter Company Sales — Service Rentals — Supplies Lufkin, Texas Phone NE 4-9113 or NE 4-9124 The S. F. A. College Bookstore " the Student Needs It ...We Have It " Shop At . . . STRIPLING ' S WE SELL EVERYTHING Across From Post Office PHONE LO 4-4646 Insurance C. N. Thompson Insurance Agency Room M-2 — Stone Fort National Bank Phone LO 4-5251— P. 0. Box 327 Nacogdoches, Texas Herald Printing Company TtOi. and 3 W. lay ton Ki i p PRINTING SUPPLIES 125 N. Fredonia Phone LO 4-5539 Nacogdoches, Texas To 2 Quality is your greatest saving c j 1615 s Fred ° nia st . l MS NACOGDOCHES Dial LO 4-7881 ■Kjl " C ft " Boosting SI A P rT AU the Wa v " THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO., Inc. PUBLISHERS OF THE DAILY SENTINEL and THE REDLAND HERALD Best Wishes! THE PINE LOG SFA Student Newspaper CnSON.MONK CD. How long is " A Long Time " ? We ' ve been serving our customers since 1893. Won ' t you let us serve you, too! LINDY ' S " Most Convenient Store to Shop in Town " Easy parking — Friendly service — Low prices 900 North Open 7-11 COMPLIMENTS OF Gound Chevrolet Co. Phone LO 4-8381 Nacogdoches, Texas t( Across Street from the Hospital " PRESCRIPTIONS SICK ROOM SUPPLIES PHONE LO 4-5712 Compliments WEDGEWORTH BUICK CO, Buick and Studebaker Dealer Sales and Service to all Cars Phone LO 4-4641 2301 North St. NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS MEN ' S APPAREL DRESS FABRIC CENTER 416 North Ph. LO 4-8660 All Phases of Photography ROBINSON ' S STUDIO " One of the Finest " College Heights SOUTHLAND PAPER MILLS, Inc. LUFKIN, TEXAS CONGRATULATES GRADUATES Natural and Planted Pine Stands in the South, perpetuates one of our Nation ' s most important industries, the manu- facture of Paper. Tipton Motor Company BealFs QUALITY MERCHANDISE Your Dealer James A. Tipton Class of 1942 NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS i on ink oca Nacogdoches Coca-Cola 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 47 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. Congratulations! MAIN THEATRE 511 E. Main LO 4-3951 COMPLIMENTS OF THE STONE FORT NATIONAL BANK OF NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS Total Resources - over $9,900,000.00 Total Capital Account - over $1,100,000.00 3% Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Under Same Name Since 1903 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation LIKE S. F. A. GRADUATES BRAND LONE STAR PRODUCTS ARE HIGH QUALITY FOR YOUR SUCCESS THE SUCCESS OF FOR SO GOES BEST WISHES 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. TEXAS FARM PRODUCTS COMPANY NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS For the colle ge man who knows where hes going • • • You can BUILD YOUR ESTATE as you BUILD YOUR CAREER with the exclusive College Master Insurance-Investment Plan . . . It is designed only for and offered only to college men. over $400,000,000 insurance in fore FIDELITY UNION LIFE INSURANCE CO. Good food awaits you at THE COLLEGE GRILL Lunches Steaks, Chicken Sandwiches Home-made Pies " Always a friendly atmosphere ' Across from Wisely Hall IT ' S SANDWICH Distinctive Apparel TIME and Beautiful Footwear Consratulations! LUMBERJACK beniors LUNCHEONETTE Stone Fort Staff In the Student Center AUTOGRAPHS CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS HENDERSON CLAY PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS OF QUALITY FACE, ROMAN AND NORMAN BRICK White, Buff, Pink, Gray, Brown, Red and Black Box 870— Phone 3505 HENDERSON, TEXAS AUTOGRAPHS © vs q For over 50 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 AUTOGRAPHS LIBRARY STEPHEN F.AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS SNAPSHOTS ”
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