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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION 4 STUDENT LIFE 9 HOMECOMING 23 F W 1 1 1 E$ ♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ « 3 3 ORGANIZATIONS 51 sPni?T s ioi J I t I J ♦♦♦ I I FACULTY AND BUILDINGS 125 3 L $ E $ 13 ADVERTISEMENTS 217 LIBRARY ST3PHBS T.AUSTIH STATE COLLET HACOGDOCHES, TEXAS PRESIDENT DR. RALPH W. STEEN Dr. Steen addressed the exes who attended the annual President Steen was a guest speaker at the Lacy Hunt Exes Banquet during the 1960 Homecoming ceremonies. Award Dinner. BOARD OF REGENTS The Board of Regents for Stephen F. Austin State College are Miss Elizabeth Koch, San Antonio; Dr. Humbert Mills, Houston; Mr. Henry Sears, President, Hereford; Mr. C. S. Ramsey, Vice-President, San Augustine; Mrs. E. D. Lockey, Troup; Mr. William V. Brown, Texarkana; Mr. Richard Srovall, Floydada; Mrs. Florence Cotton, Secretary, Austin; Mr. Newton Gresham, Houston; Mr. Frank White, Cleveland. DR. J. N. GERBER Dean of the College Mr. Charles G. Haas Business Manager Special Assistants Left to right: Mr. Joe Lacy, Director of Inventory and Development; George Hardin, Auditor; William McCallum, Director of Extension Service; James Parrish, Office of Information and Publications Sponsor; Lawrence Franks, Director of Placement, and Ex-Students Association; Paul Durrett, Director of Student Center; Larry Covin, Director of Guidance. 8 10 Why is everyone gritting his teeth? You ' re going to have to jump higher than that! 14 the time. 15 16 Who could refuse a piece of watermelon from these S. F. A. lovelies? Coach Conkright talking with his hands. 17 This is a group of intelligent looking scientists. ■ Everybody smile on three! Where did these characters come from? 19 This is a bunch of different looking girls, to say the least. These boxing gloves are rather clumsy. Shuck that corn, you pledges. Janelle Ashley tries out the Boss ' new desk. A moment of quiet before Convocation beg ins. A beautiful blend of voices was heard! The fall journalism group. 21 I960 HOMECOMING QUEEN MISS JOYCE GRAY The Forester-Fidele float received the first place award. The Freshman Class float placed second. - mm The Band float took third place honors. The Sawyers and Pine Burrs received fourth place for their float. Susan Ames Sophomore Class The cheerleaders prepare the goal posts for a rousing football game. Mr. Bob Murphy spurs Lumberjacks on with a great big yell. Jo Nell Bailey Athletic Dorm Ida Baty Sigma Kappa Sandra Bledsoe Wesley Sue Ann Brannen Pine Burr Virginia Cain Phi Alpha Theta 27 Janelle Coleman Press Club Margaret Downing Lady-in-Waiting Linda Doyle Canterbury Associatic Peggy Doss Aw, Shucks. I know, the Lumber- It looks like all sorts of things crawl out of hiding on Lumberjack C Fidele Social Club jacks can win. Nancy Duran Student Education Associaiton Sheila Fleming FFA All eyes turn toward the 1960 Homecoming Duchesses. Tension mounts as Joyce Gray approaches the moment ot being crowned Queen for the 1960 Homecoming. Dr. Denton Kerr places the crown on Queen Joyce. Queen Joyce Gray 29 Mr. Cox, originator of the Lumberjack Band, directs a song during half-time. Mary Gatlin Sigma Gamma Mary Gellatly Student Congress Pat Griffin Sawyer Dee Hamiter Rodeo Club Susan Henigan Senior Class Nan Holleman Senior Dorm Emmeline Irwin Lady-in-Waiting Louann Jordan Wisely Hall Carolyn Kelly Choir L if j Wanda Latham EHR Jeannine Leith Forester Social Club Student President Jim Harris looks on as Queen Joyce is crowned. Queen Joyce and her court are presented at the Homecoming dance. Many students enjoyed the annual Homecoming dance and presentatn Margaret King Austinites Mr. Hudgins presented the award to the Hemphill band. The royal court enjoyed the first dance. 30 Jo McKellar Accounting Club Betty Mahone Delta Psi Kappa What ' s a good word? WE BEAT THE LOBOS! The Freshman parade ends with a yell led by the cheerleaders. These two came a long way to wish the ' Jacks well. «u » few Ik. a Peggy Martin Cheerleaders Marilyn Massey Biology Club Johnnievee Melton Unit I Sue Oates Unit III The Lumberjacks are on their way to a rousing victory. SFA Ex lends a hand to justice. 31 Ann Phillips Gibbs Hall Linda Pridgen Sylvans Club Joyce Sanderson Junior Class Freda Simmons Lambda Gamma Gail Smith Unit I Mary Wilson Ferguson Hall Sharon Romero Freshman Class ; H £•• I This is a right beat-up Lobo! The Lumberjack Band warms up before the parade. The bonfire brought many Lumberjack fans. r « Even the Exes joined in the Homecoming festivities. Ugh! Me heap big Indian!? Mr. Murphy entertained all the Exes at the banquet. 32 SOPHOMORE CLASS FAVORITES Freda Simmons Worsham AUSTINITE POLL FRIENDLIEST GIRL AND BOY MOST TYPICAL GIRL AND BOY Jim Harris Sandra Bledsoe Nancy Duran B. H. McDaniel MOST POPULAR GIRL AND BOY Freda Simmons Don Keasler 37 CUTEST COUPLE John Marler Margaret Downing CUTEST GIRL AND BOY Susan Ames Bill Worsham Cutest Married Couple TOMMY AND PAT STERLING Best Dancers RUBY HUNT P. M. WOODS MISS MARGARET DOWNING Beauty Number One I 40 MISS SUE OATES Beauty Number Two MISS JOYCE SANDERSON Beauty Number Three 42 . — MISS PAT GRIFFIN Beauty Number Four 43 m MISS SUSAN AMES Beauty Number Five 44 MISS PEGGY MARTIN Beauty Number Six 45 Beauty Nominees MARY FRANCES GELLATEIY JULIA MEISENHEIMER Beauty Nominees TUCY WILSON LINDA SPRADLEY PAIRLEE O ' QUINN 47 MARY WILSON WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Miss Sandra Bledsoe is an English major from Texas City. She is a junior student who is the Wesley President, a member of the Fideles, Alpha Chi, and was selected to be on the Student Center Committee. Margaret King, a junior student from Paris, is a member of the Women ' s Rec- reation Association, and the Sigma Kappa sorority. She is a Physical Education major. A junior student from San Augustin B. H. McDaniel is a Biology major. He president of Pi Kappa Alpha, and th ISCC. B. H. graduated from Hemphi High School, where he engaged in varioi sports. Jimmy Partin is a junior History major from Nacogdoches. He is the president of the Forester Social Club, the Junior Class president, a member of the Student Con- gress, and plays in Intramurals. A business major, Janis Kahanek is a junior from Houston. She is the Secretary of the Wesley Foundation, a member of the Sigma Kappa Sorority, and a student Congress representative. 48 Margaret Downing is a senior Home Ec nomics major from Gary. She is a memb of the Sigma Gamma Social Club, tl BSU, Choir, Rodeo Club, and the Womer Recreation Association. Joyce Shelton is a senior Physical Educa- ion major from Malakoff. Royce has an outstanding record in football and track it SFA. A senior education major, Peggy Martin is the 1960-61 head cheerleader, a former SFA beauty, and a member of the Pine Burr Social Club. Joyce Gray is an education major from Chireno. She is a senior, a member of the Fidele Social Club, the Student Education Association, the BSU, and was the 1960 Homecoming Queen. A 1958 graduate of Nacogdoches High School, Linda Spradley is a senior Home Economics major. She is also a member of the Pine Burr Social Club, the EHR, a former cheerleader, and she was a Home- coming duchess. Stephen Kerr enrolled in SFA in 1958. He is a junior Biology major from Jasper. Stephen is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, and is a lab instructor. He was recently selected as most hand- some in the Austinite Poll. Rosalind Gibson is a senior business major from Longview, where she graduated in 1958. Rosalind is a member of the Fidele Social Club and the Student Congress. 49 A junior business major from Lufkin, Janelle Coleman Ashley is a past editor of the Stone Fort, the editor of the Pine Log, a member of the Fidele Social Club, and the Wesley Foundation. She was re- cently selected to Alpha Chi. Bill Susan Henigan is a senior English major from Nacogdoches. She is a member of the Pine Burr Social Club, the Student Education Association, and is a member of Alpha Chi. A senior speech major, Rhe Nell Sowell is from Nacogdoches. She is a member of the debate team, Pi Kappa Delta, the Fidele Social Club, and she is a former beauty nominee. Nancy Duran is a senior education majo from Henderson. She is a member of th Pine Burr Social Club, the WRA, and th Student Education Association. Herbert Johnson is a senior forestry major from Grand Rapids, Minnesota. He is a member of the Sylvans Club. A 1948 graduate of Grand Rapids high school, he spent five years as a lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. Bobby Roberson is a senior forestry major. A 1952 high school graduate from Valley Mills, he participated in football, basket- ball, and track. He was in the U.S. Army for two years. Mrs. Joan Mace Doss is an English major from Lufkin. She graduated from high school in 1957, and is now classified as a graduate. She is a past editor of the TEF Literary Magazine. 50 Wayne Mahone, whose main activity on the SFA campus is basketball, is a senior physical education major. He is a 1957 graduate of DeKalb high school, where he played basketball and baseball. The Inter Social Club Council is a very important organization on the SFA campus. The chief purpose of I.S.C.C. is to promote better understanding and more uniform rules of the social clubs. Besides sponsoring several school dances, this group sponsors a convocation dance which is the actual opening of Rush Week each semester. Mrs. Ernestine Henry is the faculty sponsor. B. H. McDANIEL President TOM WOOD Vice-President JEANNINE LEITH Secretary-Treasurer Fl DELES The 1960-61 Fidele officers are left to right: Joyce Sanderson, Historian; Drunetta Reed, Chaplain; Peggy Doss, Secretary-treasurer; Ruth Grounds, ISCC Representative; Jeannine Leith, President; Mary Frances Muller, Vice- president; Polly McKelvy, Sergeant-at-arms; Francis Taylor, Reporter; Sandra Bledsoe, Pledge Captain. Not pictured are Linda Kaye Richardson, National chairman, and Mrs. Davis, Sponsor. ANNINE LEITH MARY FRANCES PEGGY DOSS POLLY McKELVY SANDRA BLEDSOE RUTH GROUNDS PAMPA MULLER NACOGDOCHES LUFKIN TEXAS CITY LONGVIEW NACOGDOCHES Sara Beth Meadows Dianna Menefee Kay Potts Sandra Putman Alice Richardson Beverly Rose Susan Ames Janelle Ashley Jo Anne Bailey Julia Barfield Linda Barfield Ann Barton Anne Baumgartner Emily Bell Jody Blackburn Toni Bradbury Elizabeth Burke Rebecca Curry La Verne Droddy Ernestine Dunham Rosalind Gibson Joyce Gray Lajuan Griffin Linda Grogan Cherry Hanicak Rebecca Herrington Nan Holleman Reba Johnston Judy Lloyd Peggy McDaniel Rhe Nell Sowell Glenda Tipton Sue Ann Tucker Ellen Vines Carol Whitton Judy Wilks Jo Annette Williams Ronda Woods 54 The fall 1960 Fidele pledges. Peggy Doss represented the Fideles in the Homecoming activities. he headless man and friends treated rushees to an enjoyable evening. The float won first honors in the Homecoming parade. A sociable evening with the Foresters and Fideles. The Fideles welcomed exes with a tea. The sp ring pledges of Fideles are left to right: Helen Palmer, Beverly Olson, Nan Garrison, Sharon Simpson, Lorrie Nieto, Sue Burgess, Edith Keen, Carolyn Hook, Jean Ellsworth, Brenda Murphy, Sharon Rushing, Mary Jennings, Janie Wilson, Norma Roden, and Penny Boyd. 55 FORESTERS OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Pledge Captain ISCC Representative Historian Sergeant-at-arms Chaplain Songleader Intramural Director Social Chairman Scavenger Sponsor FALL SEMESTER, 1960 Jim Partin Jerry Christian Joe Summers Justin Hawthorne Jerry Peurifoy Joe Ed Manry Joe Barry Lehecka John Bryan Jay Raybuck Hal Wyatt Warner Triplett Charles Kent Dicky Murphy R. G. Dean SPRING SEMESTER, 1961 Joe Summers Jerry Peurifoy Joe Barry Lehecka Jim Partin Joe Ed Manry Charles Kent Robert Peters Milton Morrer Jay Raybuck Jim Cauthron Justin Hawthorne Bobby Carmack, Evert Crawford Johnny Fondren R. G. Dean FORESTER SWEETHEART JEANNINE LEITH PAMPA The FORESTERS SOCIAL CLUB was founded on Septem- ber 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 SFA campus. SPRING PLEDGES The spring pledges to the Foresters are left to right: Curtis Burton, Dan Burnett, Virgil Tidwell, Ray Ashley, Bill Ricks, Bill Summers, Gary Lloyd, Robert Smith, Tommy Treadwell, David Anderson, J. C. Stafford, Ross Markwardt, Pat Gray, Bill Taylor, " Bubba " Thomas, Danny Bay, Don Lawler, and Spencer Oleson. John Anderson, Corrigan Neil Baker, Kilgore Kenneth Beamesderfer, Houston John Bryan, Jasper Carroll Burgess, Nacogdoches Robert Carmack, Longview Jim Cauthron, Tyler Delton Chandler, Center Jerry Christian, Henderson Evert Crawford, Timpson George Dyer, Lufkin Johnny Fondren, Maydelle Don Fugler, Marshall Jerry Hanszen, Carthage Jim Harris, Palestine Billy Harrison, Lufkin Justin Hawthorn, Longview Charles Kent, Lufkin Joe Barry Lehecka, Wills Point Joe Ed Manry, Corrigan Milton Moorer, Nacogdoches Phillip Morris, Lufkin Smith Mullins, Paris Dickey Murphy, Marshall Jim Partin, Nacogdoches Robert Peters, Dallas Jerry Peurifoy, Longview Jay Rabuck, Port Arthur Chase Schaff, Shreveport, La. Tommy Sterling, Texas City Robert Stimits, Evadale Joe Summers, Longview Warner Triplett, Texas City Lavone Washburn, Baytown Hal Wyatt, Houston 57 The Foresters entertain with a reception for fraternity alumni. These Forester pledges engage in the " The Queen ' s Court " at the annual Forester-Fidele Spring Festival, traditional flour fight. 58 mine PINE BURR WW M| ffym Sue Ann Brannen represented Pine Burrs in the Homecoming ceremonies. Fall president Emmeline Irwin turns gavel over to new spring officers. They are Nancy Duran, Betty Collins, Peggy Martin, and Anna Cherry. a ■ 1 iprg. ; if 1 1 1 L • iprv W « { Pledge, push that peanut. Pledges on Pledge Day. 59 But they can look nice, too! Jeanie Banks Sue Ann Brannen Anna Cherry Betty Sue Collins Joye Cousins Nancy Duran Judy Foster Margaret Garner Judy Gothard Pat Griffin Susan Hennigan Ruby Hunt Emmeline Irwin Nancy Keys Nancy McDaniel Barbara McKeel Peggy Martin Martha Mathews Betty Mercer Sue Oates Peggy Peeples D ' Ann Peteet Lois Presswood Janice Ramey Charlotte Ray Norma Jean Richey Gail Smith Margaret Smith Nelda Smith Conelia Sparks Linda Spradley 60 Man! Look at those spring pledges! next? Smile on three! Lould that be iNancyr Pat Griffin entertaining. The Pine Burr Social Club 61 A moment of rest. ! I DELTA SIGMA PHI ' 1 r - 1 ML ' Delta Sigma Phi officers pictured left to right are Lonnie Jones, Ax Handle Captain; Dwayne Seagler, Pledge Captain; Eddie Lockey, Athletic Director; Robert Smith, Vice-President; Joe Pat Johnson, President; Jerry Denman, Treasurer; P. M. Woods, Secretary; Sam Stone, Sgt.-at-Arms; and Pete Procell, Reporter. 62 Milton Brugue Jerry Coker Jack Delafield Donald Franke Charles Gee Henry Jenkins J. E. Johnson Tom Keener Jerry Lyles Charles Melde Ron Monroe Gerald Ogle Bob Rheiner David Richards Dewey Winder Richard Youngblood Ray Rinker Chapter Supervisor 63 The Delta Pi chapter of Delta Sigma Phi receives its charter. Lloyd Rhode of Dallas, second from left, is shown presenting the charter to the members. From left to right in the picture are Sam Stone, sergeant-at-arms; Mr. Rhode; P. M. Woods, secretary; Pete Procell, reporter; Raymond Ridker, alumni sponsor; Robert Smith, vice- president; Joe Pat Johnson, president; and Don Jones, health officer. The Delta Sigma Phi and Pine Burr entry won fourth place. 64 SIGMA GAMMA This year the Sigma Gammas sent out Easter Seals. The club members pictured here are Sandra Smith, Freda Simmons, Liz Moffett, Betty Hammer, Joyce Parsons, Randa Blunk, Sylvia Simpson, Mary Gatlin, Linda Doyle, and Adalia Bade. Club president Randa Blunk helped get their float started in the Homecoming parade. The club holds a Homecoming tea for its exes. 65 Ann Phillips Freda Simmons Sylvia Simpson Martha Watkins Virginia White These are the 1960 spring initiates. Sigmas (and friend) gather for fun. Randa gives Gerry the necessary assistance. A part of pledging is the fight with shaving cream. Karolee Jones was chosen best pledge. Freda looks scared, too! PI KAPPA ALPHA PI KAPPA ALPHA is a new fraternity on the SFA campus. The group, formerly the Lambda Gamma Social Club, is one of the larger boys ' groups on the campus. Miss Freda Simmons is the PI KAPPA ALPHA Sweetheart for this year. As their Sweetheart, she represents their organization at all social functions. The officers of the fraternity are left to right: B. H. McDaniel, Don Keasler, Stephen Kerr, James Watson, Donnell Scroggins, Jerry Durrett, Charles Hale, Eddie Bays, Edward Parr, and Bill Worsham. 68 John Angle William Baber Larry Bailey Eddie Bays Jerry Bridges _ Mike Burton Glynn Childers Maury Darst Jerry Durrett Kenny Ellis Bill Ferguson Charles Hale Terry Hardeman Pat Hollis f!t m Don Keasler Stephen Kerr B. H. McDaniel John Marler Robert Minton Jimmy Newell Edward Parr Benny Peek Danny Person George Posey Thurman Rodgers Donnell Scroggins Terrel Selcer Rudy Snow Harold Solomon f i i Bob Stroud Jerry Thompson Jerry Tidmore James Watson Tim Wheatley Bill Worsham Dr. Berreckman, Sponsor 69 The Pi Kappa Alpha dragon moves along in the Homecoming Parade. W 9 -Jg Freda Simmons represented the fraternity in the Homecoming activities. : 1 9H These boys enjoyed the national convention in Cypress Gardens. The Pi Kappa Alpha formal initiation was a big success. 70 These boys entertain with some of their frat songs. SIGMA KAPPA The Sigma Kappa receiving line at formal initation. Ida Baty was the Sigma Kappa duchess in the Homecoming activities. 71 P T 1 r 1 Ida Baty Virginia Cobb Suzanne Enderle Annette Faries Shirley Fyderek Joyce Garner Lucretia Grim Carolyn Hale Susan Harrison Brenda Hill Jam ' s Kahanek Margaret King Betty Kelley Eddie Claire McCracken Clidia McRoy Mary Martin Phylis Miller Sarah Murph Gaye Powe Glenda Rice Wynna Sanders Helen Turner Phylis Williams 72 A lot of work went into the Homecoming float. AUSTIN ITES The Austinites fire the cannon during the football season when the ' Jacks make some points A lot of work went into their float. ( 1 1 r r r Margaret King represented the Austinites in the Homecoming activities. Left to right in the picture art the officers of the Austinites They are left to right: Dr. Walteil Lewis, Sponsor; Joe Hightower Sgt.-at-arms; Herb Mauboles, So cial chairman; Ronald Dunn, Par liamentarian; Buddy Henderson Athletic director; Bernard Char ba, Pledge captain; Albert Cook Vice-president; Sam Baty, Secrei tary; Fred Waites, Poll director Bill Gibson, Treasurer. Tom Wood! seated, is President. 74 Danny Akery Sam Baty Dominic Beran Bernard Charba Albert Cook Ronald Dunn Bill Gibson Buddy Henderson Joseph Hightower Jerry Hustead Charles Johnson Pat McMurrough Marvin McNeil Walter Manning Herbert Mauboles David Purdue Bill Smith Fred Waites James Wark Tom Wood 75 ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi promotes and recognizes scholarship, leadership, and other worthy attributes of student develop- ment on our campus. Alpha Chi members not pictured are: Virginia Barton, Thelma Bollinger, Betty Bounds, Joe Hal Fergerson, Donald Gibbs, Linda Smith Gober, Charles Ray Guinn, Ann Hedges, Van Hubert Hendrix, Adele Habenicht, Mary Alice Hooper, Vida Juanita Johnson, Patricia Lois Means, Fern Smith Schmidt, Thelma Sidwell, Patricia Tennison, Jane Turner, Jo Ann Walla, Evelyn Williams, Frances Williams, and Mary Ann Pass. Ifi ■ " A Dr. Joe Ericson Sponsor Dr. Edwin Gaston Sponsor Dr. June Irwin Sponsor Edna Abbott Donald Alford Dick Amos President Janelle Ashley Barbara Ballard Doris Jean Banks Julia Barfield Emily Bell Sandra Bledsoe John Bryce Judy Burkett Lillie Burnaman Virginia Cain Lena Chambliss Joy Chandler Thelma Cohagen Paulette Darcy Secretary Eual Gene Davis Janet Davis Peggy Doss Margaret Downing Jan Drewry Laverne Droddy Asst. Sec. David Dunham Merritt Graves Mary Griffin Susan Hennigan Robert Hughes Mary Ann Hull Donald Johnston Wayne Johnston Dharlene Jones Janis Kahanek Stephen Kerr Vice President Judy Lloyd Sherilyn W. Miertschin Robert Minton Treasurer Elizabeth Moore Margaret Morgan Mary Frances Muller Janice Owens Jimmy Partin Mary Philmon Drunetta Reed Evelyn Rice Linda Richardson Velma Richey Bennie Smith Rhe Nell Sowell Jackie Vance Arnold Wharton Kathleen White Loretta Whitlow Roy Williamson Herbert Yeates 77 ALPHA PS I OMEGA Alpha Psi Omega is the national dramatic fraternity on the S. F. A. campus. The purpose of this club is to develop dramatic talent and the art of acting, to cultivate a taste for the best in drama, and to foster the cultural values, which dramatics develop, and to unite the dramatic forces of the several colleges and universities. The offi- cers of the club are: President, Vincent Stewart; Vice-President, Joan Kane; Secretary, Carol My- ers; and Reporter, Judy McVicker. Mr. Merle Lentz is sponsor of the group. The purpose of the Sylvans Club is to further and promote fellow- ship among the Forestry students on the campus. The club increases their knowledge by having pro- grams highlighting speakers well- versed in the many phases of for- estry. The officers of the club for this year are: President, Hubert Lance; Vice-President, Al Cook; Secretary, Jerry Moorer; Treas- urer, Paul Schlimper; Reporter, Tom Wood; and Sergeant-at- arms, Gus Ayres. Dr. Robert D. Baker and Dr. Nelson T. Samson are sponsors of the club. 78 S. E. A. The Student Education Associa- tion is the organization for future teachers attending SFA. It pro- vides experience in democratic and cooperative action and pre- sents many beneficial meetings during the school year. The offi- cers for this year are Janis Kahanek, President; Peggy Doss, Vice-President; Jeannie Banks, Secretary. Dr. LeRoy McClendon is the faculty sponsor. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is a new or- ganization on the SFA campus. The service league does various things of service for the faculty, staff, and students of SFA. Among their projects, they sponsor a lost and found, which is quite useful. With Dr. C. K. Chamberlain as sponsor, George Zuckero heads the group as President. 79 ALPHA LAMBDA OMEGA The purpose of Alpha Lambda Omega is to foster interest in biology and to sponsor worthwhile programs and entertainment of a biological nature. Dr. E. L. Miller and Dr. Walter H. Lewis are spon- sors of the organization. Officers are Jim Eddington, President; W. Phillip Osborne, Vice-Presi- dent; Shirley Stone, Secretary; and Don Johnson, Treasurer. PI KAPPA DELTA Pi Kappa Delta is the national debate fraternity on the campus. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate progress in and to further the interests of intercol- legiate speech activities and com- munication in and effort to pro- vide functional leadership train- ing for life, and at the same time encourage a spirit of fellowship, brotherly cooperation, and incen- tive for achievement. The officers are: President, Rhe Nell Sowell; Vice-President, Mary McLaughlin; and Secretary, Carol Myers. Dr. Robert Capel is sponsor of the club. 80 PHI ALPHA THETA Phi Alpha Theta, the national honorary fraternity for history students, is mainly interested in scholarship in the field of history. Joe Ed Manry serves as President, with Dr. J. L. Nichols serving as the group ' s sponsor. ACCOUNTING CLUB The Accounting Club was organ- ized to afford the SFA students an opportunity for more fellow- ship with other students having like interests. Through this club, the members have a chance to meet prospective future employ- ers. The officers are: President, Robert Sullivan; Vice-president, Bob Ibenthal; Secretary, Jo Mc- Kellar. The sponsor is Mr. Frank Lauderdale. 81 CHEMISTRY CLUB The Chemistry Club was organ- ized to promote the professional growth and development of its members in the field of chemistry. With Dr. H. E. Abbott, Dr. E. L. Griffin, and Dr. A. R. Machel as its sponsors, it has as its officers Joe Reaves, President; Jackie Wade, Vice-president; Johnny Wade, Secretary. MATH CLUB One of the newer clubs on cam- pus, and under the sponsorship of Mr. R. G. Dean, the Math Club has as its goals the provision of entertainment and enlightenment through mathematics, and broad- ening the interest of students in the fields of math. This year ' s officers are: President, Paul Thomas; Vice-president, Jack Wade; Secretary, Cherry Hanicak. 82 DELTA PSI KAPPA With Dr. Lucille Norton as its sponsor, Delta Psi Kappa is a women ' s national professional fraternity in physical education. Recognizing worthwhile achieve- ments in physical education and developing interest therein is the main objective of the organiza- tion. The Delta Psi Kappa officers are Margaret King, President; Betty Mahone, Secretary. F. F. A. Promoting better understanding of vocational agriculture and aiding prospective teachers in this field are the objectives of the Future Farmers of America. This group provides service and profitable information for the students of vocational agriculture. Sponsored by Dr. J. C. Green, its officers are President, Lonnie Jones; Vice President, Donald Franke; Secre- tary, Brooks Lilly. 83 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The promotion of better interna- tional affairs is the goal of the International Relations Club. At right is a reception held which concluded the group ' s study of Africa and its problems. The IRC has many other ways of keeping informed about world situations and international problems. The officers for this year are Joe Manry, Pres.; Warner Triplett, Vice-President; Ouida Dean, Sec- Treasurer; and Tommy Westmore- land, Member-at-large. Sponsors are Dr. Joe Ericson and Dr. Doris King. KAPPA PI Kappa Pi art fraternity, repre- sented by the Beta lota Chapter at SFA, has as its purpose the promotion of understanding and appreciation of art, and the pro- motion of good relations with art departments of other colleges. The officers for this year are: President, Jackson Howell; Vice- President, Jackie Vance; Secre- tary-Treasurer, Syble Rudd. Dr. Schlicher is the sponsor. 84 KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi is the national honorary education fraternity. The purpose of the fraternity is to encourage high professional, intellectual and personal stand- ards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. Dr. A. L. Long is sponsor of the club and the officers for this year are President, Eli Pool; Vice-Presi- dent, Mrs. Ernestine Henry; Secre- tary, Mary Lou Palmer; Treasurer, Dr. A. T. Clarke; and Historian, Dr. Robert T. McKibben. PHYSICS CLUB The newly organized Physics Club has its purpose to encourage the study of Physics and to assist stu- dent physicists in developing the knowledge, competence, ideals, enthusiasms, and sense of respon- sibility which are appropriate to the Physics profession. The fol- lowing are officers of the club: Jackie Wade, President; Charles Simmons, Vice-President; Fuller Dean, Secretary; and John Davis, Treasurer. Dr. S. E. Hodges and Mr. B. F. Edwards are sponsors of the club. 85 LUTHERAN STUDENT GROUP The Lutheran Student Group is a new organization on the S F A campus. The purpose of the group is to provide more opportunities for fellowship and worship. The plans at present for next year are to affiliate with Gamma Delta, which is the national organization for Lutheran students. Serving as chairman is David Anderson, and Lou Ellen Golden is the Secretary. Reverend Beltz of Lufkin is the sponsor. WESLEY The Wesley Bible Chair is the student branch of the Methodist Church. The objectives of Wesley are worship, service to the SFA students, and fellowship. The offi- cers are Sandra Bledsoe, Presi- dent; Albert Cook and Robert Peters, Vice-Presidents; Janis Kananek, Secretary; Phil Darby, Treasurer. 86 CANTERBURY The Canterbury Club, which is a student organization of the Epis- copal Church, has as its purpose the forwarding of the Episcopal Church in the colleges and univer- sities. Dr. Ward Tishler is the sponsor. B. S. U. The B.S.U. is a student organiza- tion of the Baptist Church. The purpose is to promote spiritual development among the students through Bible study, prayer, and Kingdom advancement. The main officers of the B.S.U. are: Presi- dent, Kenneth Rogers; Vice-Presi- dent, Glenda Bradford; Secretary, Carole Kuykendall; Devotional Chairman, Brenda Hill. Mr. Gerald LePere is the sponsor. 87 CIRCLE K £3t The Circle K Club, which is the college organization of the Kiwanis International, has as its main project, the Texas-Okla- homa District Convention. The 1960-61 officers are: President, Ben Pruitt; Vice-President, Char- lie Ehrlund; Secretary, Karl May- nard. The Kiwanis sponsor of the group is Mr. Richard Browning. STEPHEN FAUSIM STATF COLLECT NACOGDOC H ES. TEXAS i -if. The Dance Club is a rather new organization of the SFA campus. To have a group of students who are qualified to perform at vari- ous functions is the main purpose of the organization. The leaders of the club are Barry Lehecka, President; Gary Wilson, Vice- President; Elaine Phelps, Secre- tary. Denard Haden and Mrs. Virginia Matthews are the club sponsors. RODEO CLUB The Rodeo Club sponsors a rodeo each spring, and it was organized to create interest in rodeos in this area. The officers for this year are Jerry Bridges, President; Neal Nichols, Vice-President; Jo McKellar, Secretary. The sponsor of the group is Mr. Dossey. E. H. R. The SFA Homemaking Club, named in honor of a pioneer in the home economics field, Ellen H. Richards, is interested in learn- ing more about homemaking. Club officers are Mary Gatlin, President; Wanda Latham, Vice- President; Shirlene Cruse, Secre- tary. Sponsors are Miss Mary Runnels and Miss Edna Wilkin. 89 JAZZ CLUB The Jazz Club is a relatively new club on the Stephen F. Austin State College campus. This year it is under the leadership of its President Dick Hartt. PINEY WOODS WRITERS CLUB The Pineywoods Writer ' s Club is a new club on the campus. The purpose is to help writers on the SFA campus, in Nacogdoches, and in the East Texas Area advance in the profession of writing. The sponsor is Dr. Elma Heard, and its officers are: President, Doug Law- son; Vice-President, Jimmy Ward; Secretary-Treasurer, Susan Heni- gan; and Reporter, Kay Gilmore. 90 INTRAMURAL COUNCIL The Intramural Council is com- posed of the coaches of the vari- ous teams which participate in women ' s intramurals. The girls pictured left to right are Linda Haire, Sadie Williford, Margaret King, and Betty Mahone. The teams they coach are Lumber- jeans, Woodchoppers, and Tim- berjackettes. PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY CLUB The Psychology and Philosophy Club has as its main objectives fostering an interest in Psychol- ogy and Philosophy, and bringing to the campus an active partici- pating group in this area. Officers of the club are Bob Perry, Presi- dent; Clifford Lykke, Vice-Presi- dent; and Ann McLeod, Secretary- Treasurer. Mr. C. A. Berreck- man is sponsor of the club. 91 STUDENT CONGRESS The Student Congress is a very important body on the Stephen F. Austin campus. It holds as its purposes unifying the student body, increasing interest in campus affairs, and aiding in student body cooperation with the staff and administration. PINE LOG STAFF With a lot of hard work and cooperation, the Pine Log, SFA newspaper, has again brought much information to the students of Stephen F. Austin. The Pine Log has been under the capable leadership of Janelle Ashley, editor, with Kay Gilmore serving as assistant editor. Pictured above left to right are Nelton Robbins; Maxine Wells; Maury Darst, business manager; Janelle Ashley, editor; Kay Gilmore, assistant editor; and James R. Parrish, sponsor. Not pictured are Malcolm Still, sports editor; Beverly Rose; and Ivy Schneider. JANELLE ASHLEY Editor 93 KAY GILMORE Assistant Editor STONE FORT STAFF Pictured above are the members of the 1961 Stone Fort staff. From left to right are Billie Pate, layout editor; Susan Ames, editor; Maury Darst, business manager, and Sandra Putman, assistant editor. Also on the staff, but not pictured is Brenda Hill. Mr. James Parrish is the sponsor. SUSAN AMES Editor SANDRA PUTMAN Assistant Editor 94 CONCERT BAND The Lumberjack Concert Band is well known for its fine music. The band is under the direction of Mr. Jimmy Hudgins. As a part of the band year, the band includes a summer tour. The Stephen F. Austin Choir, under the direction of Dr. Turner, has provided musical entertainment on many occasions. The choir, noted for its blend of fine voices, is an asset to the SFA campus. LUMBERJACK The 1960-61 Lumberjack twirlers are from right to left: Pairlee O ' Quinn, Linda Bridges, Dianne Odom, Jane Fortenberry, Joyce Coulter, Elaine Phelps, and Tucy Wilson. In front are Jeanne Aechternacht, right, and Pat Griffin. TWIRLERS JEANNE ACHTERNACHT FEATURED TWIRLER JERRY HANSZEN DRUM MAJOR MARCHING BAND 73874 97 THE AMBASSADORS The SFA Stage Band, better known as The Ambassadors, is under the direction of Bob Teel. The group is styled after the larger dance orchestra, and is well known for its fine music. The band provides music for television, for student dances, both on and off campus. SFA GLEE CLUB A girls ' glee club was established this year at SFA. The group is under the sponsorship of Mr. Cox, with Pat Griffin acting as director. The officers are Joyce Coulter, President; Becky Taylor, Vice-President; Suzanne Grow, Secretary; Helen Palmer, Publicity. 93 TAU BETA SIGMA The Beta Zeta Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma is the national honorary band sorority. Its leaders this year are Sadie Williford, president; Becky Taylor, vice-president; Elaine Phelps, secretary; Joyce Johnson, treasurer; and Jeannie Achternacht, song leader. Pictured above are the spring pledges. First row, left to right are Shirlene Cruse, Nancy Newkirk, and Virginia Rivers. Second row are Linda Bridges, Joyce Montgomery, Joyce Coulter, Suzanne Grow, and Nan Barrington. 99 L . KAPPA KAPPA PSI The national music fraternity on the SFA campus is the Gamma Phi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi. It is open to all men interested in music. It is sponsored by Mr. Hudgins, and the officers are Bill Pool, president; Vin- cent Stewart, vice-president; Wilmer Burr, secretary; Don Foster, treasurer; and Barry Lehecka, reporter. Pictured above left to right on the bottom row are Darrell Holt, Doyle Church, Jimmy Simmons, Bill Taylor, and Butch Almany. Standing are Randall Scott, Jim Wiggins, Dusty Martin, Lloyd Puckett, Tommy Poole, Ken- neth Kuyava, and Don Lawler. Not pictured is Ray Mullins. 100 102 CHEERLEADERS ■ ■ . FOOTBALL LUMBERJACK COACHES are, left to right, Don Keasler, freshman coach; Ed Lechler, backfield coach; William (Red) Conkright, head football coach; and Mart Crawford, line coach. V HONORABLE MENTION ALL- LONE STAR CONFERENCE SELECTIONS JAMES GUIMBELLOT GUARD Whack! Whack! Whack! Feel the axe! The Lobo lone-wolfs it, but. 106 Ray for the nose-guard, eh Royce? Kenny Davis Halfback from Wills Point Cecil Roach Halfback from Lufkin Wayne Corley Halfback from Garrison Willie Schacherl End from Flaronia Walter Konieczwy End from Freeport Ronnie Redd Quarterback from Lufkin Carl Rogers Center from Freeport John Ivy Halfback from Angleton Robert Nunnally Guard from Beaumont Frank Fagan End from Marshall Don Byars Quarterback from DeKalb Royce Shelton Halfback from Molakoff 107 Don Bell Center from Rusk Joe Ableman Tackle from Tyler Robert Smith End from Troup Rudy Snow Fullback from Beckville Jerry Grigsby Guard from Minden, La 108 Fred Southard End from Bloomingrove 1960 SFA FOOTBALL RESULTS HATF L M I C OPPONFNT SITF Sept. 10 Arlington State Lufkin 7 14 Sept. 17 NW Louisiana Shreveport 14 Sept. 24 McNeese State Lake Charles 14 Oct. 1 SW Louisiana Nacogdoches 36 Oct. 8 Lamar Tech Nacogdoches 14 Uct. 1 c 1 J C A T„«„,. jW I exas C k 1 ban Marcos U 1 7 1 Oct. 22 Sul Ross Nacogdoches 14 9 (Homecoming) Oct. 29 Texas A 1 Kingsville 13 40 Nov. c J Howard Payne Nacogdoches 1 A 1 4 97 LI Nov. 12 Sam Houston Huntsville 7 16 Nov. 19 East Texas Nacogdoches 14 20 Denotes Lone Star Conference games. SFA SEASON STANDINGS Placed eighth. Wins Losses Ties 1 10 CONFERENCE STANDINGS Tied for eighth. Wins Losses Ties 1 6 Rual Smith Tackle from Nacogdoches Quinn Eudy Tackle from Dallas Don Elrod Quarterback from Cleburne Gene Hampton End from Vicksburg, Miss. Paul Wilson Guard from Nacogdoches Lynn Wiggins Jerry Tidmore Al McLaren Yea, you better jump Center from Hope, Ark. End from Athens Quarterback from Graham 109 DRAKE BATS ANOTHER REBOUND 110 BOBBY DRAKE SECOND TEAM WAYNE MAHONE HONORABLE MENTIOt 1960-61 LUMBERJACK BASKETBALL RECORD Season: Won 19, Lost 6 — Placed First Lone Star Conference: Won 10, Lost 4 — Placed Second SCORES Opponent CCA or A Opp St. Edward ' s University 90 85 Southwestern University 61 63 McNeese State College 58 51 Southwestern University 73 49 Northwestern Louisiana 66 63 St. Edward ' s University 87 79 Arlington State College 78 66 Northwestern Louisiana 83 85 Southeastern College 61 45 McNeese State College 46 43 Arlington State College 71 60 Sul Ross State College 87 71 Howard Payne College 92 81 East Texas State College 63 36 Texas A 1 85 56 Southwest Texas 74 67 Lamar Tech 74 84 Sam Houston 68 67 Howard Payne 70 62 Sul Ross 90 80 East Texas 74 64 Sam Houston 94 66 Lamar Tech 72 80 Southwest Texas 80 93 Texas A 1 71 77 Indicates Lone Star Conference Games COACH BROWN STUDIES AS THE LUMBERJACKS WIN THE McNEESE TOURNEY PRESIDENT STEEN presents a wristwatch to HAROLD STEPHENS for the 1960 TODD AWARD as the outstanding athlete of the year— the TODD AWARD annually commemorates outstanding athletes in memory of the Todd brothers and all other ex-Lumberjack athletes. Harold, the leading quarterback in the Lone Star Conference, graduated in 1960 and was not here in 1961. HAROLD STEPHENS ... in playing togs 114 TRACK THE 1960-61 TRACK TEAM — Coach Ed Lechler ' s cindermen followed a good schedule and earned points at every meet they entered. On the top row, from left to right, are Don Davis, Wills Point; Royce Shelton, Mala- koff; Robert Nunnally, Beaumont; Marvin Harmon, Arp; Bill Hodges, Tyler; Barry Henslee, Jacksonville; and Coach Lechler. On the front row, from left to right, are Ronnie Autry, Gainesville; James Nixon, Freeport; Gregg Henslee, Jacksonville; Tony Ellis, Crockett; Billy Karrh, Lufkin; and Eddie Thurston, Bellaire. 115 GOLF 1960-61 READY FOR THE LINKS— The Lumberjack golf team, coached by William (Red) Conkright, is one of the strong- est in the nation. In front, from left to right, are Les Howard, a returning letterman; Malcolm Still, freshman; Travis Sharp, returning letterman; and Ray Brewer, returning letterman. Standing from left to right are Coach Conkright; Jim Wiggins, a returning squadman; Steve Nourse, transfer from North Texas; T. C. Hamilton, transfer from North Texas; and Jerry Parker, freshman. 116 WOMEN ' S INTRAMURALS ALL • STARS Pictured above are the All-Stars in basketball of Women ' s Intramurals. The girls standing left to right are Dianne Heath, Peggy Peeples, Rose Jones, Margaret Miller, Margaret King, Mary Sue McLeod, Nancy Spence, and Linda Butler. Margaret King was winner this year in the women ' s intramural archery program. Another phase of the women ' s intramural program is bowling. Mary Gayle McKewen holds the trophy she won for bowling in 1960. Pictured with the trophy she won in track events in 1960 is Sadie Williford. Dianne Heath awaits her opponent in table tennis, which is another phase of women ' s intramurals. Coached by Linda Haire and Betty Mahone, the Lumberjeans were also the basketball champions. The girls left to right are Margaret Miller, Dianne Heath, Linda Haire, Linda Butler, and Mary Sue McLeod. The girls pictured above were selected to the All-Star volleyball team. The girls pictured left to right are Linda Haire, Margaret King, Edwina Brady, Mary Sue McLeod, Sadie Williford, and Patsy Coleman. Tennis is also a phase of the women ' s intramural pro- Sadie Williford and Margaret King were winners in the gram. Ready for a game of tennis are Sadie Williford badminton doubles, and Margaret King. 120 MEN ' S INTRAMURALS The Rinky Dinks were the winners of intramural football. They are 1st row: Robert McElroy, Jerry Lee, Dan McNair, Elton Cardwell, Upton Lackey. 2nd row: Raymond Duncan, Dale Terry, James Fuller, U. P. Harrell, and Raymond Taylor. FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS TEAM WINS LOSSES PERCENTAGE Rinky Dinks 6 1 .857 Delta Sigma Phi 6 1 .857 Comets 5 2 .714 Roadrunners 4 3 .571 Unit II 2 5 .286 Unit III 2 5 .286 Foresters 2 5 .286 Pi Kappa Alpha 1 6 .143 BASKETBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS CLUB WINS LOSSES PERCENTAGE Pi Kappa Alpha 4 1.000 Delta Sigma Phi 3 1 .750 Austinites 2 2 .500 Foresters 1 3 .250 Pi Kappa Alpha 2 4 .000 122 INDEPENDENT I WINS LOSSES PERCENTAGE Unit III 3 1.000 Tankers 2 1 .667 Circle K 1 2 .333 700 ' s 3 .000 INDEPENDENT II WINS LOSSES PERCENTAGE Hot Shots 4 1.000 Rinky Dinks 3 1 .750 Comets 2 2 .500 Rinky Dinks 2 1 3 .250 FFA 4 .000 LEADING SCORERS TEAM Rex Ray Comets Darrell Pierce Hot Shots Jim Bob Nix Austinites David Perdue Foresters Robert Stimits Circle K HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS m 4 1 B % 1 Q DR. HAROLD E. ABBOTT Chemistry DR. ROBERT B. CAPEL Speech DR. C. K. CHAMBERLAIN History and Government DR. WILLIAM T. CHAMBERS Geography MR. W. W. DOSSEY Men ' s Health and Physical Education DR. SIDNEY HODGES Physics DR. T. J. KALLSEN English DR. ARNE KEMP Forestry DR. CARL KEUL Foreign Language MR. FRANK LAUDERDALE Business DR. W. I. LAYTON , Math MR. GERALD LE PERE Director of Baptist Student Union DR. A. L. LONG Education DR. E. L. MILLER Biology DR. LUCILLE NORTON Women ' s Health and Physical Education MRS. BLANCHE PHILLIPS Home Economics DR. F. A. POLLOCK Sociology REV. ALN REED Director of Wesley Bible Chair DR. KARL SCHLICHER Art DR. JOHN L. SULLIVAN Agriculture DR. BILL TURNER Music DR. JUDSON WHITE Psychology MILDRED WYATT Library 126 FACULTY MR. JIMMY ACKER Trainer and Director DR. ROBERT BAKER Forestry MR. FREDERICK BAUMGARTNER Music DR. D. R. BECKMAN Education DR. CARL BERRECKMAN Psychology and Philosophy MR. VICTOR BILAN Forestry MRS. LOIS BLOUNT History MR. MARSHALL BROWN Basketball MR. RICHARD BROWNING Speech MR. HAROLD BUNCH Math DR. J. H. BURR, JR. Biology MR. W. S. CANNON Business MRS. MAURICE CECIL English DR. ALBERT CLARK Education MR. N. R. CLIFT Music MR. WILLIAM CONKRIGHT Physical Education MR. GEOFREY CONNALLY Business MR. J. T. COX Music MR. MART CRAWFORD Football MRS. ELIZABETH DAVIS Foreign Language 1 A I ' . ; ' lliiirail hH Jllilll Hi flu— . f ■H mk Wmmmmm mm mmm tl JB§t • ■ W t m mm % 1 ■BNB A mBBS HHHGl X (BP f. dtf f . li 1 127 FACULTY AM till k MR. R. G. DEAN Math MR. BEN EDWARDS Physics MR. LEO EFFENBERGER Forestry DR. L. W. ELLERBROOK Education MRS. SUE ENGLISH Home Economics DR. JOE ERICSON History and Government MR. VICTOR FAIN Journalism DR. GLADYS FOX English DR. EDWIN GASTON English DR. WILLIAM GAY Psychology DR. D. D. GILES Agriculture DR. G. F. GRAY Agriculture DR. J. C. GREEN Agriculture DR. ELBERT GRIFFIN Chemistry DR. ELMA HEARD English DR. F. E. HEILMAN Sociology DR. I. H. HENSLEY Psychology DR. WILSON HOWELL History and Government MR. JIMMIE HUDGINS Music DR. ELLIS HUNT Forestry 128 FACU LTY DR. JUNE IRWIN Health and Physical Education for Women MRS. GLADYS JOHNSON Business MR. CECIL JONES Agriculture DR. ED KELLY Math DR. WALTER KIDD English DR. DORIS KING History MR. ED LECHLER Physical Education MR. MERLE LENTZ Speech MR. JOHN LEWIS Psychology DR. WALTER LEWIS Biology DR. LEROY McCLENDON Education MR. JACK McCULLICK Business DR. ROBERT McKIBBEN Education DR. ALBERT MACHEL Chemistry MRS. VIRGINIA MATTHEWS Health and Physical Education for Women MRS. CAROLYN MILLER Music MR. JESSEE MIXON Business DR. JOHN MURAD Biology DR. JAMES NICHOLS History and Government DR. ROBERT PACKARD Biology .... yMnt ilk MA I 129 FACU LTY ii Vf JH - — - a I MR. E. B. PIERSON Texas Education Agent MR. R. B. PINSON Math MR. ROBERT PIPKIN Music DR. MYRTLE POPE English MRS. CAROLYN PRICE Business MR. JAMES E. REDFIELD Business MRS. RICHARD REID Music MISS MARY RUNNELS Home Economics MRS. KATHY SAGE Art DR. NELSON SAMSON Forestry DR. ALVIN SHINN Biology DR. HUGH SMITH Biology MR. LOUIS STAGG English MR. ORAN STANDLEY Agriculture MR. JOHN STEPHENS History DR. KELLY THURMAN English DR. 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PAUL WILSON Director of Maintenance MRS. JANIS WRIGHT Assistant Bookkeeper MRS. MAUDIE BANE Post Office DR. LARRY COVIN Director of Guidance MR. PAUL DURRETT Director of Student Center DR. LAWRENCE FRANKS Director Placement and Ex-Students Association MRS. ETHEL GILLIAM Assistant Director of Student Center MR. GEORGE HARDIN Auditor DON KEASLER Freshman Football Coach MR. JOE LACY Director Inventory and Development MR. KENNETH McFARLAND Director of Housing DR. WILLIAM J. McCALLUM Director of Extension Service MR. S. W. McKEWEN Registrar MR. JAMES R. PARRISH Director of College Information MRS. MADGE STALLINGS Director Stenographic Bureau MR. BOB TEEL Assistant Band Director MRS. BILLIE WEATHERFORD IBM Office MR. TRAVIS WHITAKER Assistant Auditor 133 i WO " E»SRtt«UT.0li( -» III III 111 WOMEN ' S RECREATION CENTER BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 3 R " ' M i , FORESTRY BUILDING 111 111 iii i L E. GRIFFITH JR. FINE ARTS BUILDING PAUL L. BOYNTON LIBRARY HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE 135 GRADUATES 1 4 Luke Adams Post Graduate Center Tommye Adams Education Nacogdoches Adene Allen Education New London Sue Anderson Education Henderson Panola Arnold Education Kilgore Sally Blewetr Education Marshall Doris Brandon Education Lufkin Edward Burleson Physical Education San Augustine Hazel Carrol Education Henderson Alma Casey Counseling Kilgore Claude Compton Education Nacogdoches Mary Dickerson Education Frankston Alyce Hamilton Counseling Kilgore Bobbie Hancock Education Joaquin Arline Harkrider English Nacogdoches 140 GRADUATES Oleta M. Hodges Counseling Henderson Mary Ann Hul Biology Carthage Floriene Irvin Music Garrison Louise Lade Education Franksron Jack McGaffey Counseling Nederland 0k John McNeese History Lufkin Charles Manning Education Jasper Imogene Maroney Business Nacogdoches Harley Moore Physics Houston Elroy Nichols Psychology San Augustine 141 GRADUATES Mrs. M. W. Rucker Elizabeth Scott Frankie Sinclair Jimmy L. Smith Madge Strickland English Education Counseling Education Education Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Henderson Neches Nacogdoches Gilbert Wheeler Education Center Nola Whitesides Education Frankston Mary Winston History Tyler E. Ashe Young Education Shreveport, La. 142 ROBERT SMITH President Troup JANICE RAMEY Secretary Nacogdoches STEPHEN KERR Student Congress Representative Jasper DON KEASLER Vice-president Longview SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 143 SENIORS Tommie Adcock English Lemon Grove, Calif. John Adkinson, Jr. History Pensacola. Fla. John Aikman Social Studies Houston Don Alexander Business Nacogdoches Donald Alford Biology San Augustine ESS Patricia Almany Elementary Education Nacogdoches Dick Amos History Gushing Bernice Anderson Social Studies Tenaha Jerry Anderson History Lufkin Sammy Arnold Business Nacogdoches Jerry Baggert Accounting Kilgore Jerry Baker Math Kilgore Kilgore Jeanie Banks Math Laird Hill David Barron Business Carthage Dominic Beran Forestry Fort Bend 144 SENIORS Jeri Billingsley Art Redland Charles Birdsong Acting Nacogdoches Frances Bledsoe English Kilgore Jason Blewett Agriculture Nacogdoches Billy Bollinger Economics Jacksonville Henry Bowdoin History Lindale Margaret Boyd Education Groves Shirley Boyett Pre-Med Poynor James Bradberry Business Selman City Sue Ann Brannen Education Gladewater Gene Branum Math Gladewater Jerry Bridges Agriculture Henderson James Brightwell Accounting Nacogdoches John Bryan Forestry Jasper John Bryce Sociology Gilmer 145 SENIORS Dan Bunt Business Hallsville Kenneth Burke Forest Management Corsicona Ray Burkett Biology Lake Jackson Lilly Burnaman Elementary Education Nacogdoches Linda Butler Elementary Education Poynor Don Byars P. 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Crockett Accounting Jacksonville 147 SENIORS Paulette Darcy Math Houston Edward Darragh Elementary Education Henderson Maury Darst History Galveston Eual Gene Davis Agriculture Nacogdoches Shirley Davis Biology Jacksonville Mrs. Ouida Dean History Nacogdoches Jerry Denman Accounting Nacogdoches Don Dennis Business Administration Nacogdoches Emery Dixon History Lufkin Margaret Downin Home Economics Gary LaVerne Droddy Music Bronson Nancy Duran Education Henderson Jerry Durrett Business Jacksonville Odis Echols Math Rusk Jimmy Eddington Biology Groveton 148 SENIORS Charlie Ehrlund George Eisenmann James Elias Charles Evers Ross Falco History Government Social Studies Chemistry Math Business Crosby Nederland Tyler Nacogdoches Longview John Franklin Richard Frick Judith Fuller Shirley Fyderek Fred Gamble Business Accounting History Spanish Agriculture Lufkin Nacogdoches Nacogdoches Lufkin Nacogdoches 149 SENIORS Jack Gaston Biology Lufkin James Gilcrease Business Alto Herbert Goad Biology To: rum Patricia Goodman Education Douglass Don Grady History Oglesby Joyce Gray Elementary Education Chireno Scott Gray History Nacogdoches Joe Griffin Physical Education Mt. Enterprise Jerry Grigsby Business Nacogdoches Vaughn Guidry Business Henderson Donald Hadley History Corsicana Edward Hale Economics Kilgore Dee Hamiter Education Waskom Nelda Hammett English Cushing Hillman Hanks Agriculture Bronson 150 SENIORS Lois Hardy Elementary Education Lufkin Robert Harkrider English Nacogdoches Jean Harris Business Nacogdoches Lynda Hawkins business Lufkin Billy Hawthorne Psychology Jacksonville mm i Joyce Head Elementary Education Douglass Diane Heath Business Jacksonville Susan Hennigan English Nacogdoches Barry Henslee Pre-Med Jacksonville Harold Herrington Math Orange Joseph Hightower Forestry Palestine James Hileman Forestry Nacogdoches James Holcomb Business Alto Nan Holleman English Pasadena Rieta Howard Education Lindale 151 SENIORS Catherine Hoya Business Education Nacogdoches Forrest Huggins Biology Kerens Ruby Hunt Elementary Education Henderson Douglas Hurd English Kilgore Emmeline Irwin Biology Port Arthur David Jeane Forestry Houston Herbert Johnson Forestry Grand Rapids, Mich. Joe Pat Johnson English Nacogdoches Tommy Johnson Accounting Tyler Colleen Jones Business Tyler Jimmy Jones Business Knox City Douglas Jordan H.P.E. Rusk Nancy Keys Business Marshall Ann King Education Bullard Daniel Kucera Forestry Crockett 152 SENIORS ■ MW V 1 V Upton Lackey Biology Lindale 1 Hubert Lance Forestry Lufkin Ernest Langford Chemistry Mt. 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I sure do wish I knew what I was looking for! 160 Sandra Bledsoe Secretary Texas City Jimmy Partin President Nacogdoches Warner Triplert Student Congress Representative Texas City Jerry Peurifoy Vice-president Longview JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 161 JUNIORS Robert Adams Center Wayne Adickes Cuero Weldon Alders Nacogdoches Charles Alford Linden Jimmy All red Lake Jackson Herman Arnold Houston Kenneth Arnold Pasadena Janelle Ashley Lufkin Ray Ashley Lufkin Jeanette Aultman Fairfield John Aultman Fairfield William Baber Marshall Kenneth Baker Kilgore Neil Baker Kilgore Barbara Ballard Center Julia Barfield Martinsville Gene Barton Minden Kenneth Bechtold Henderson Emily Bell Brazoria John Bell Nacogdoches 162 JUNIORS Robert Black Longview Sandra Bledsoe Texas City Allen Bonsall Geneva Bobby Boudria Nacogdoches Larry Bowman Diboll Marian Branum Gladewater Dave Brawner Longview Cary Bresie Lufkin Graham Bridges Carthage Terry Bridges Henderson Mrs. Virginia Brown Nacogdoches Sandra Browning Beckville Milton Bruyere Longview Judy Buckett Mt. Enterprise Gladys Burns Jacksonville James Byrd Nacogdoches Elton Caldwell Quitman Rodney Cammack Joaquin Robert Carmack Longview Cliff Carpenter Kilgore 163 JUNIORS Doyle Carter Shelbyville James Carter Kirbyville Jim Cauthron Tyler Mike Champion Jacksonville Anna Cherry Tatum Vivian Cherry Nacogdoches Jerry Christian Tenaha Joe Clark Lufkin Richard Clay Timpson Virginia Cobb New Boston Emmet Cohagen Kilgore Larry Coker Athens Albert Cook Athens Elizabeth Cook Longview Carroll Cordes Clute Jerry Crawford San Antonio Jarvis Creath Crockett Jim Cromwell Rusk Phil Darby Nacogdoches Sherwood Davidson Tyler 164 JUNIORS Janet Davis Nacogdoches Neva Ogden Davis Woodville Joe Deaton Lufkin Lynda Dennis Nacogdoches Charles Dortch Frost Peggy Doss Nacogdoches Linda Doyle Houston Robert Drake Lufkin Howard Dugger Hillsboro Raymond Duncan Jefferson David Dunham Joaquin Ronnie Durham Lufkin Carleton Dyle Lufkin W. L. Edmonds Sweeny Jean Ellsworth Houston Carolyn Epperson Tyler Jimmy Evans Mt. Enterprise Joyce Garner Dickerson Jerry Gilcrease Alto Kay Gilley Tyler 165 JUNIORS Kay Gilmore Luf kin Clarence Glover Houston Cecil Goings Shelbyville Merritt Graves Houston Jack Gray Rusk Lajuan Griffin Garrison Mary Griffin Lufkin Molly Griffin Chandler Lucrecia Grim Dallas Linda Grogan Rusk Ruth Grounds Longview Terry Guinn Rusk Linda Hair Arp Johnny Hallmark Tyler Thomas Hammond Port Acres Paul Hancock Center James W. Hankins Nacogdoches V. P. Harrell Jefferson Justin Hawthorne Greggton Glenda Hayes Rusk 166 JUNIORS Buddy Henderson Kerens Brian Hildebrand Houston Tony Hileman Queen City Brenda Hill Texarkana Dorothy Hines Henderson David Holcomb Palestine Frances Holcomb Palestine Nolen Holcomb Palestine Pat Hollis Nacogdoches Karry Holt Kilgore Loretta Hopkins Lufkin Neal House Kountze Don Hudgens Nacogdoches Minnie Huneycutt Gainesville Marjorie Hunts Neches Jerry Hustead Electro Rodney James Beaumont Cara Jennings Mabank Janet Johnson Tyler Joan Johnson Dallas 167 JUNIORS Norma Johnson Palestine Donald Johnston Elkhart Reba Johnston Nacogdoches Wayne Johnston Elkhart Allen Jones Marshall Billy Jones Cotulla Dharlene Jones Clarkesville Patricia Jones Lufkin Janis Kahanek Houston Stephen Kerr Jasper Richard Kimball Kilgore Kenneth Kimes Nacogdoches Jerry Kincaid Kilgore Margaret King Paris James Knight Nacogdoches James Kuykendall Grand Saline . if Isadore Landry Selman City Wilbert Lane Lufkin Johnny Lang Jacksonville Melba Langford Carthage 168 JUNIORS Don Lawless Longview Bessie Lea Nacogdoches Patricia Lee Longview Ronny Lee Fronkston Jeannine Leith Pampa Frances Lewis Boytown Brooks Lilly Nacogdoches Peggy Linscomb Houston Sidney Lister Nacogdoches Judy Lloyd Rusk William Lloyd Nacogdoches Eddie Lockey Troup Sally Lufkin Lufkin Pauline McAndrew Lufkin Lloyd McCool Athens Eddie McCracken Marshall Gary McDaniel Brownsboro Wilford McGarrahan Mt. Pleasant Barbara McKeel Marshall Bill McKelvey Bloomburg 169 JUNIORS Polly McKelvey Lufkin Pat McMurrough Houston Marvin McNeil Odessa Clidia McRoy Gladewater Johnny Maines Lancvillc Charles Martin Troup William Martin Teague Thomas Matthews Longview Raymond Mayo Tyler Mary Melton Kilgore Dianna Menefee Center Betty Mercer Hawkins Jo Ann Metcalf Elysian Fields Leland Miller Nacogdoches Wanda Miller Gilmer Barbara Modisette Longview Liz Moffeit Jacksonville Sue Moore Carthage Michael Moores Henderson Margaret Morgan Nacogdoches 170 JUNIORS John Morrison Garrison Nicki Mulhall Pollok Smith Mullens Paris T. R. Mullins Tyler Mary Frances Muller Nacogdoches Carole Myers Henderson Abraham Lee Nader Marshall Albert Neal Lufkin Hollis Nichols San Augustine Pearl Oberthier Henderson Spencer Olesen Kilgore David Parker Kilgore Edward Parr Trinity Jimmy Partin Nacogdoches Phillip Pate Moscow Benny Peek Mt. Pleasant Peggy Peeples Fulton, Tennessee David Perdue Knox City Margaret Peterson Nacogdoches Jerry Peurifoy Longview i L . in. jmJl i ■ pi ■ 171 JUNIORS Darrell Pierce Palestine Carolyn Pilgrim Hillsboro Elbert Pirtle Lufkin Mary John Portwood Whitehouse George Posey Hillsboro Kay Potts Price Gaye Powe Nacogdoches Ben Pruitt Nacogdoches Dolores Randall Nacogdoches Neill Rayford Tyler Drunetta Reed Carthage Bobby Reynolds Lufkin Charles Reynolds Beaumont Evelyn Rice Nacogdoches Albert Richards Henderson David Richards Carthage Rodney Richey Omaha Bobbie Richmond Henderson Nelton Robbins Diboll James Rody Peru, Indiana 172 JUNIORS Leroy Romines Henderson Valerye Rose Port Acres Wendell Rowland Tyler Robert Rubel Nacogdoches Syble Rudd Center Sharon Rushing Wells Virginia Ruth Longview Joyce Sanderson Nederland Benno Sandler Arequipa, Peru Sammy Savage Silsbee Arthur Sayers Luf kin Joan Scarbrough Palestine Van Scarborough Diboll Chase Schaff Shreveport, La. Doris Scoggins Lufkin Dwayne Seagler San Angelo J. D. Sharp Freeport Martha Sharp Pollok Thomas Sheppard Blooming Grove 173 JUNIORS Fred Shumate Carthage Thelma Slayter Kilgorc Paula S. Smith Houston Virginia Soape Carthage Rachel Sorrel Is Gladewater Dan Speegle Nacogdoches Timothy Stahl Oakwood Mary Lou Standley Houston Herman Stark San Augustine William Stephen Nacoqdoches Bess Ellen Stephen Nacogdoches William T. Stephens Nacogdoches George Stephenson Lufkin Opal Stewart Kilgore Robeleen Stewart Nacoadoches Jakey Still Kilgore James Stakes Garrison Shirley Stone Nacogdoches Charles Sullivan Nacogdoches Glen Ronald Swearinger Port Arthur 174 JUNIORS Bill Taylor Texarkana Francis Taylor Saratoga Raymond Taylor Marshall Rebecca Taylor Kilgore Wanda Taylor Nacogdoches Ivis Teer Lufkin John Thompson Nacogdoches William Todd Freeport Warner Triplett Texas City Helen Turner Teague John Unbehagan Galveston Anne Waggoner Greggton Tony Wallace Troup James Ward Lufkin Eddie Ware Nacogdoches Larry Warner Silsbee Charles Watson San Augustine Larry Watson Gladewater Rose Marie Weatherly Nacogdoches Thomas Westmoreland Baytown 175 JUNIORS Somebody better tell a joke for this bunch of sleepy boys. Girls! We don ' t read newspapers during Convocation. Boy oh boy! What I wouldn ' t give for a nice big juicy steak 176 Jimmie Scoggins Kenny Ellis Charles Kent Susan Ames Student Congress Representative Vice-president President Secretary Lufkin Marshall Lufkin Lufkin SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 177 SOPHOMORES Dixon Abney Luf kin Evelyn Adams Houston George Alders Nacogdoches Bobby Allen Luf kin Charles Allen Galveston Douglas Allen Nacogdoches Robert Allen Henderson Susan Ames Lufkin William Ashlock Fort Worth Gary Ashlock Fort Worth John Anderson Corrigan Adalia Bade Tyler Jo Anne Bailey Wells Jo Nell Bailey Marshall Victor Bane Nacogdoches Don Barber Houston Roy Bardes Beaumont Linda Barfield Martinsville Don Barnett Nacogdoches John Barrington Nacogdoches SOPHOMORES Cynthia Barry Henderson Ann Barton Center Evelyn Bates Nacogdoches Marjorie Battise Livingston Ida Baty Neches Sam Baty Neches Sue Beth Bawcom Cushing Danny Bay Nacogdoches James Beasley Luf kin Mary Bickham Deweyville LaValle Biehle Diboll Robert F. Birch Baytown Jo Ann Blackburn Pasadena Gwinn Blankenship Seymour Nancy Block Redland Randa Blunk Topeka, Kansas Langston Boatman Nacogdoches Audrey Booth Manvel Richard Bovee Dallas Raymond Box Nacogdoches 179 SOPHOMORES Toni Bradbury Lufkin Charles Bratz Elkhart Charles Brown Alfo Howard Brown Houston Bobby Bruner Mineola Elizabeth Burk Nacogdoches Charles Burkett Nacogdoches William Burr Woodville Mike Burton Houston Charles Bussey Center James Butterfield Brazoria Carolyn Button Nacogdoches Richard Buttry Crockett Ralph Byrd Lufkin F. B. Cadenhead Mt. Enterprise Pete Campbell Lufkin Carolyn Callahan Orange Delton Chandler Center Bernard Charba Flatonia Harold Clifton Alto 180 SOPHOMORES Annece Cohagen Kilgore Sue Colburn Lufkin Patsy Coleman Ncderland Barbara Colston Houston Howard Conrow Nacogdoches Charles Crawford Garrison Duane Crawford Nacogdoches Frank Creath Crockett Max Crim Henderson Tony Cromwell Houston Rebecca Curry Bossier City, La. Major Davis Cushing Gail Daw Joaquin Charles Deaton Nacogdoches Jack Dial Nacogdoches Birda Dixon Alto J. P. Dobbs Uvalde Pat Dodson Rusk Ernestine Dunham Pasadena Ronnie Dunn Orange 181 SOPHOMORES George Dyer Luf kin Pat Edwards Lufkin Kenny Ellis Marshall Tony Ellis Crockett Suzanne Enderle Beaumont Beth Ener Pineland John Enloe Henderson Priscilla Etheredge Lufkin Ronnie Felts Hemphill Bill Ferguson Nacogdoches Johnny Fondren Maydelle Dale Frost Nacogdoches Glenn Fuller Nacogdoches Matt Gaddis College Station Mary Gatlin Gilmer Ellis George New Orleans, La. Sidney Gholson Lufkin Bill Gibson San Antonio Patricia Gibson Zavalla Douglas Giles Centralia 182 SOPHOMORES Isaac Goodwin Lufkin Raymond Grafe Pasadena John Pat Gray Nacogdoches Pat Griffin Selman City Ritter Griffith Gary Charles Hale Nacogdoches Faye Haltom Nacogdoches John Hancock Nacogdoches Charles Hanks Pollok Terry Hardeman Nacogdoches James Ann Hargis Nacogdoches Rebecca Harrington Bossier City, La. Susan Harrison Lufkin Jo Hartt Nacogdoches Geraldine Harvey El Campo Fielding Harwell Austin Connie Herrington Houston Hobby Herrington Nacogdoches Kay Hickman Texas City Jack Hicks Frankston 183 SOPHOMORES Bobby Hillard Crosby Reed Hopkins Diablo Hts. Sue Hudson Houston Jeanenne Hughes Houston Mike Irwin Luf kin Janet James Lufkin Robert Jarvis Carthage Larry Jenkins Garland Charles Johnson Houston Don Johnson Lufkin James Johnson Humble Joyce Johnson Hawkins Mary Ann Johnson Lufkin Melba Johnson Nacogdoches Louann Jordan Atlanta Carolyn Kallsen Nacogdoches Tom Keener Marshall Melva Kendricks Lufkin Andy Kennedy Nacogdoches Margaret Kennedy Nacogdoches 184 SOPHOMORES Noel Kennedy Livingston Charles Kent Lufkin Bobby Kerr Houston Betty Murphy King Nacogdoches Wendell Kuykendall Groves Martha Lambert Nacogdoches Wayne Largent Lufkin Benny Lawerence Carthage Gloria Lawless DeBerry Janice Lawson Houston Charles Lee San Augustine Joe Barry Lehecka Wills Point Audie Love Jasper Frank Love Lufkin Clark Loveless Dallas Keith Lowery Etoile Billy Lyles Mt. Enterprise Andrew McDaniel Carthage David McFerran Freeport James McGraw Jasper 185 SOPHOMORES Mary Gayle McKewen Nacogdoches Ann McLeod Pasadena Priscilla Machel Nacogdoches Travis Martin Buffalo Marilyn Massey Troup Lynne Mathes Houma, Louisiana Kenneth Mathews Pollok Martha Mathews San Augustine Carolyn Matlock Nacogdoches Herb Mauboules Nome Darrell Maxwell Lufkin Carl Maynard Nacogdoches Guy Meadows Lufkin Sara Meadows Marshall Linda Mercer Nacogdoches Sidney Mercer Nacogdoches Janis Merritt Houston Adalya Miller Nacogdoches Phyllis Miller Cleveland Theresa Miller Rusk 186 SOPHOMORES Bobby Earl Moore Carthage Bobby Moore Marshall Clarence Moore Center Maurice Moore Houston Dickey Murphy Marshall Jean Murphy Cumby Perry Muse Logansport, La. Don Nelson Nacogdoches Jerry Nesmith Luf kin Joe Edd New Mexia Pairlee O ' Quinn Angleton Jackie Parker Garrison Joyce Parsons Rusk Cynthia Patton Nacogdoches Bill Pearce Tyler Ann Phillips Pasadena Bob Phillips Nacogdoches Opal Pike San Augustine Larry Ponsford Minneapolis, Minn. Billy Pool Athens 187 SOPHOMORES Charles Pool Nacogdoches Robert Pool Tyler Elizabeth Porter Lufkin Annie Marie Powell Lufkin Lois Presswood Houston Sandra Putman Marshall Jay Rabuck Port Arthur Jerry Raines Nacogdoches Beth Rector Douglass Mac Reynolds Marshall Alice Richardson Wells Linda Riley Timpson Jayne Roark Nacogdoches Kenneth Rogers Nacogdoches James Ross Henderson Richard Ross Cleveland Carlton Sage Nacogdoches James Salyer Sinton Luana Sample Houston Jerry Sams Nacogdoches 188 SOPHOMORES 189 SOPHOMORES Suzanne Smith Batton Park Conelia Sparks San Augustine Arthur Stanley Lufkin Barbara Stanton Houston Nan Stevens Marshall Robert Stimits Evadale Winifred Stinson Lake Jackson Virginia Strickland Houston Tom Stuart Tyler Bill Summers Lufkin Thomas Swearingen Woodville Earnest Terry Lindale Raymond Thomas Mexia Taylor Thomas Tyler Molly Thompson Lufkin Patsy Thompson Pollok Glenda Tipton Nacogdoches Sue Ann Tucker Nacogdoches Sharon Urguette Houston Lynn Vanovers Houston 190 SOPHOMORES Louise Waikart, III Nacogdoches Robert Waite Port Neches Sammy Wallace Lufkin Gene Warden Houston Peggy Ware Nacogdoches James Wark Lufkin William Warren Center Martha Watkins Center Wayne Watson Mt. Enterprise Sara Weaver Houston Tim Wheatley Houston Virginia White Henderson Carol Whitton Nacogdoches Judy Wilks Texas City Jo Annette Williams Houston Kenneth Williams Alto Ronda Woods Beaumont Bill Worsham Houston Maxey Wynn Lufkin Spencer Yarbrough Center 191 SOPHOMORES Look at the little fishes go! Don ' t feel bad, Freshmen, we had to do it last year. Anyone for Bridge? 11 192 MARY WILSON Secretary Center JERRY HANSZEN Vice-president Carthage MARY FRANCES GELLATELY Student Congress Representative San Augustine FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 193 FRESHMEN Joe Ableman Lindale Jerry Adams Keltys Melvin Adams Nacogdoches Mary Ainsworrh Liberty Martha Alexander Nacogdoches Maribelle Allbritton Orange Jerry Allen San Augustine Joe Ed Allen Redland Mary Jo Allen Lufkin Hubert Almany Nacogdoches Betty Anders Kilgore Jimmy Anders Kountze David Anderson Lufkin Floyd Anderson Longview Kenneth Anderson Lone Star Kenneth Arnold Pasadena Wilma Ash Nacogdoches Charles Atkinson Orange Ronald Autry Gainesville Wayne Babin Houston Tommy Bagly Nacogdoches Betty Baham Orange Dale Bailey Texas City Bille Baker Diboll 194 Marilyn Ballard Denver, Colorado Johnny Banks Crockett Virginia Banksron Jasper Thomas Barclay Kountze Arthur Barfield Sweeny Gail Barnes Corsicana Nan Barrington Jasper Harlon Barton Arp Jo Ann Barton Nacogdoches Gordon Bass Lufkin Merle Bass Cushing Robert Bass Lufkin Anne Baumgartner Nacogdoches Kenneth Beamsderfer Houston Scotty Beasley Lufkin Ellen Beavers Longview Richard Bennet Groveton C. V. Berry Lufkin J. H. Biggerstaff Seymour Ronnie Biggs Stanford Kent Bivin Lufkin Barbara Black Evadale Tommy Bledsoe Jasper Barbara Bogue Timpson FRESHMEN FRESHMEN David Bone Nacogdoches Wayne Boozer Nacogdoches Bill Bound Kilgore Dicy Bowman Diboll Eddie Boyd Alto Joe Boyd Temple Penny Boyd Marshall Glenda Bradford Conroe Lou Ellen Bradford Jefferson Edwina Brady Orange Mike Bresie Lufkin Linda Bridges Henderson Don Brooks Henderson J. C. Brooks Marshall Charles Brown Tenaha Carlton Bruce Houston Victor Bruce, Jr. Lufkin Billy Brunson Timpson Lenord Bryant Vidor Martha Bucklew Houston Henry Bunk Wadsworth Sue Burgess Nacogdoches Dan Burnett Jasper Roy Burks San Augustine 196 FRESHMEN Glenda Burns Houston Bill Burrows Nacogdoches Curtis Burton Lufkin James Busbee San Augustine Alice Butler Irving Bennis Butler San Augustine Elaine Buvinghausen Houston Jerry Byrd Nacogdoches Larry Byrd Lufkin Elaine Campbell Nacogdoches Mary Campbell Center Charles Capel Nacogdoches Florence Carpenter Orange Nancy Carroll Houston Caswell Carter Bronson Perry Carter Jefferson Shannon Carter Austin Guy Casby Bronson Vivian Cash Nacogdoches Paula Cates Minden Frankie Ceal Timpson Terry Chambers Nacogdoches Margie Chancey Lufkin Patricia Chesney Kilgore 197 FRESHMEN Charles Christopher Nacogdoches Doyle Church Daingerfield Lee Clark Bellaire Bill Clemmons Marshall Cary Cobb Lufkin Gary Cobb Houston Glenn Cobb Newton Larry Cobb Houston Charles Coleman Lufkin Martha Coleman Waskom Wayne Collins Nacogdoches Robert Colwell Lufkin Sandra Conditt Lufkin Carol Conrow Marshall Zelda Conrow Nacogdoches Denny Cook Texas City Carolyn Cooke Canyon Peter Cooney Lufkin Bobbie Cooper Garrison Larry Cooper Nacogdoches Teddie Lavoy Copela Orange Marilyn Copus Dallas Merry Cosper Alto Joyce Coulter Atlanta 198 FRESHMEN Joye Cousins Carthage Mildred Covington Nacogdoches Russell Cowan Houston Nancy Cox Jasper Nancy Craig Henderson Jimmy Crawford Garrison Janiece Crisp Nacogdoches John Crittenden Dallas Shirlene Cruse Colmesneil Doris CuClic Lufkin Tommy Cummings Alto Billy Curbow Nacogdoches Larry Curry Palestine Shirlean Daniels Henderson Paul David Nacogdoches Bobby Davis Cushing Morris Deraps Lufkin Charles Dickerson Overton Charles Dickson Dallas Mary Dixon La Porte Tom Ed Doss Wells Sue Drury Ore City John Dubose Jasper Earnest Eaves Lufkin 199 FRESHMEN Jerry Eddings Luf kin Lyndon Edge Tenaha Jean Edom Houston Lewis Elliot Nacogdoches Sue Elliott Hemphill Arlie Ellis Luf kin Rex English Kennard Perry Evans Lufkin Jerry Fagan Marshall Paul Farren Houston Mrs. Clean Fausett Nacogdoches Joyce Feazell Nacogdoches Mike Felters Alto Billie Fielder Wells Julie Fisk Houston Charles Fitzpatrick Houston Sheila Fleming Center Marie Fleniken Nacogdoches James Forrest Houston Hazle Forse Nacogdoches Nancy Fortenberry Woodville Beverly Fountain Garrison Floyd Fountain Nacogdoches Casey Fouts Nacogdoches 200 FRESHMEN Courtland Fouts Nacogdoches John Fugler Groves James Fuller Jefferson Dwayne Fussell Katy Judy Fussell San Augustine Jack Gann Bay City Nan Garrison Baytown Morris Gatewood Troup Charles Gee Jasper Mary Gellarely San Augustine John Gholson Marlin Wade Gilliam La Porte Gary Gilmore Killeen Lou Ellen Golden Conroe Jimmy Goldsberry Nacogdoches Billy Goodman Center Ray Goodwin Wells Judy Gothard Jacksonville Linda Graham Hull Keith Green Chireno Thelma Green Lufkin Jean Greenfield Dallas Jim Greenfield Dallas Mary Greenlee Waelder 201 FRESHMEN Delores Griffin Nacogdoches Terry Griffin Mt. Enterprise Leo Griffeth Rusk Suzanne Grow Woodville Charles Hagen Leesbury Tommy Hairstone Orange Edward Haley Nacogdoches T. C. Hamilton Tyler Barri Hammer Houston Martha Hammer Houston Eliece Hand Nacogdoches Cherry Hanicak Longview Judith Hanks Bronson Jerry Hanszen Carthage Ethlyn Harbert Crockett Marvin Harman Arp Steve Hartt Nacogdoches Jimmy Havard Lufkin Joe Hawthorne Jacksonville Kendall Hay Houston Billy Zane Hayes Center Brenda Heaberlin Nacogdoches Peggy Heath Clute Ronnie Hendrick Alto 202 FRESHMEN Jackie Henry Marshall Hillman Herr Bel la i re Bill Hicks San Augustine Pat Higdon Lufkin Stafford Hines Henderson Charles Hock Snyder Bill Hodges Tyler Lyndia Holcomb Lufkin Darrell Holt Nacogdoches Jerry Hopkins Nacogdoches John Hopkins Lufkin Kathryn Horn Nacogdoches Duane Home San Augustine Leland House Nacogdoches Philip House Lufkin William Howard Houston Jackie Howlett Jefferson Wailan Hughes Nacogdoches Larry Hyden Hemphill Boyd Ivy Lufkin Gracie Jaime La Porte Milton Jasek Richmond Donald Jeane Houston Mary Jennings Lufkin 203 FRESHMEN Arthur Johnson Nacogdoches Arthur Johnson Nacogdoches Jeffery Johnson Liberty Ralph Johnson Houston Allen Jones Marshall Ronnie Jones Nacogdoches Rose Jones Pollok Tommy Jones Longview John Jorden Beaumont Larry Jumper Jasper Travis Kankey Houston Billy Karrh Lufkin Edith Keen Dallas James Kelley Beaumont Judy Kellow Lufkin Martin Kelly Garrison Neil Kemper Groveton Gene Kendrick Lufkin Dora Lee Kimbrough Nacogdoches John Kimmey Nacogdoches J. P. Kindle Kilgore Carolyn King Nacogdoches Gary La Bar Lufkin Carole Kuykendall Longview 204 FRESHMEN Kenneth Kuyava Irving Robbie Knight Jefferson Johnny Lang Jacksonville Sandra Langston Lufkin William Lawson Pittsburg James Laxton Freeport James Lee Nacogdoches Marilyn Lee Houston Bobby Le Grand San Augustine Ann Lehmann Dallas Jan Lewallen Hawkins Billy Lewis Houston Jeannene Little Elysian Fields Gary Lloyd Rusk Jack Lofton Garrison Stephen Lombard San Antonio Minerva Longins Omaha Joe Love Hemphill Samuel Lovejoy Lufkin Janice Lowery Lufkin Kay Lowery Etoile Linda Lowery Chireno Frank Lucas Crockett Jerry Lyle Soeul 205 FRESHMEN Sonny McClendon Marshall Nancy McDaniel San Augustine Paul McDuffie Nacogdoches Barbara McGinnis Houston Linda McKay Center Mary Sue McLeod Liberty Hill Rodney McMichael Minden Carolyn McMillian Houston Dean McMuller Nacogdoches Judy McVicker Rusk Sarah Maines Rusk Clarence Manck Henderson Margaret Manning Atlanta Anna Marcy Fort Bend Danny Martin Lufkin Thomas Martin Houston Sidney Martindale Jasper Martin Mary Beaumont Jimmy Mashaw Jasper Laverne Massey Houston Joyce Massingill Diboll Clyde Maxey Milam William Maxey Lufkin Gwendolyn Meador Etoile 206 FRESHMEN Harold Mefford Nacogdoches Julia Meisenheimer Jefferson Johnnievee Melton Tyler Robert Melton Luf kin Joe Messec Houston Lynn Metcalf Beckville Edward Middlebrook Nacogdoches Lovis Milford Timpson Barbara Miller Houston Margaret Miller Newton Tommy Miller Lufkin Annelle Mills Nacogdoches Ruth Ann Mintor Shepherd Robert Mitchell Rosenberg Luther Mock Vidor Thedis Modisette Huntington Joyce Montgomery Hawkins Barbara Moore Longview Waylon Moore Mt. Pleasant Andy Moreland Stanford Dewey Morgan Lufkin Jimmy Morris San Augustine Larry Morrison Houston Paula Morton Nacogdoches 207 FRESHMEN Larry Moser Colorado City Ray Mullins Daingcrf icld Brenda Murphy Nacogdoches Judy Myers Kelrys Glynda Neal Nacogdoches Dolores Neel Douglass Joe Nettles Woodville Nancy Newkirk Atlanta Neil Nicar Jasper Neal Nichols San Augustine Loreli Nieto San Antonio Gwyndol Nix Mt. Enterprise Jerry Bob Nix Mt. Enterprise Linda Nolan Pasadena Nancy Norred Houston Sandra Norris Kerrville Stephen Nourse Tyler Sue Oates Center Diane Odom Nacogdoches William Ogle Garland Beverly Olson Orange Michael Orr Houston Thomas Osgood Houston Janie Owens Nacogdoches 208 FRESHMEN Dan Padgett Pittsburg Helen Palmer Nacogdoches Jerry Parker Tyler Carolyn Parmley Nacogdoches Johnny Parten Longview Mike Pasierb Lufkin Billie Pate Lufkin Carol Pate Orange Mary Pate Center Samuel Patterson Beaumont Billy Jack Pegues Texas City Ronny Perkins Mexia Geraldine Peters Houston Anne Peterson Houston Gene Phears Liberty William Philman Woodville Joe Pickle Jasper Barbara Plummer Houston Charles Polk Lufkin Donna Pool Nacogdoches Walter Pool Henderson Tommy Poole Hillisrer Melba Prewitt Jasper Mike Price Nacogdoches 209 FRESHMEN Larry Prickett Dogwood Jerry Prince Nacogdoches Lloyd Puckett Daingerf ield Marye Pulsipher Nacogdoches Joe L. Pyle Alto John Ramey Nacogdoches Floyd Rampmaier Orange Billy Ray Lufkin Charlotte Ray Nacogdoches Kay Ray Ft. Worth Leon Ray Nacogdoches Ronald Reaves Terrell Ronny Redd Lufkin Dianne Reece Midland Becky Reese Houston Don Richardson Houston Jerry Richardson Tyler Judith Richardson Woodville Bill Ricks Lufkin Mike Rigler Gainesville James Ritchie Diboll Virginia Rivers Colmesneil Betty Roberts Nacogdoches 210 i FRESHMEN John Robinson Greggton Johnny Robinson Timpson Nedra Robinson Pasadena Pat Robinson Nacogdoches James Roddy Dallas Norma Roden Houston Geneva Rogers Ore City Jerry Rogers Pollok Sharon Romero Jasper Joetta Root Lufkin Dolly Ross Lufkin Joseph Ross Pasadena Judy Samford Center Willie Schacherl Flatonia Randall Scott Charlotte Charles Seaman Beaumont Lonnie Seaman Beaumont Regan Sewell Houston Charles Sheperd Nacogdoches Billy Sherrod Orange Bill Shultz Nacogdoches James Simmons Houston James Simmons Beaumont Robert Simmons Nacogdoches 211 FRESHMEN Sharon Simpson Nederland Twink Sitton Cushing Judy Small Lufkin Richard Smelley Lufkin Barbara Smith Center David Smith Nacogdoches Douglas Smith Center Geraldine Smith Pasadena Margaret Smith San Augustine Suzanne Smith Longview Don Sparks Garrison Nancy Spence Livingston John Spencer Pollok Bill Spradley Nacogdoches Joseph Stafford Reklaw Byron Stanley Lufkin David Stephens Lufkin Jeanne Stone Kerrville Stephen Stone Nacogdoches James Strickland Lufkin James Stubbs Corsicana Mike Stutchman Kilgore Sue Swiger Roganville 212 FRESHMEN Larry Talley Rusk Raymond Tanner Kennard Sally Tannery Nacogdoches Rachel Tanton Silsbee Roy Tatum Pineland Don Taylor Longview Mack Taylor Timpson Ida Temple Lufk in Jeannette Temple Lufkin Delbert Teutsch Nacogdoches Alfred Thomas Simon George Thompson Kirbyville Jack Thompson Longview Eddie Thruston Houston Virgil Tidwell Woodville Jerry Tolar Coucetre Garlene Townsend Nacogdoches Chris Tracy Marshall Carol Treadwell Nacogdoches Tommy Treadwell Rusk Glenda Tubbs Pasadena David Tucker Nacogdoches Gerry Turner Dallas Joan Van De Carr Tyler 213 FRESHMEN Nancy Van Pelt Kirbyville Kenneth Vaughx Nacogdoches Lewis Verbick Baton Rouge, La. Mary Walker Keltys Mickey Walker Nacogdoches Enoch Wallace Keltys Thomas Warner Vanderpool R. D. Warr Nacogdoches Earnest Warren Bellaire Cecil Watlington Center Janelle Watson San Augustine Jimmy Watson Mt. Enterprise Johnny Watson Longview Annette Watts Delight, Ark. Joe Watts Laneville Terry Watts Beaumont Ralph Wear Houston Preston Weatherly Lufkin Jimmy Wilburn Center Roger Wells Longview Donald West Palestine Charles Westmoreland San Antonio Jeanette White Lake Jackson Price White Dayton 214 FRESHMEN Frank Whitehead Nacogdoches Louise Whittington Houston Jimmy Wiggins Hemphill Jimmy Wilburn Center George Wilkerson Diboll Helen Wilkins Diboll Harold Williams Nacogdoches John Williams Texas City Judy Williams Center William Williams Premont Leon Wills Cleveland Roger Wells Longview Glenn Wilson Marshall Jane Wilson Houston Mary Wilson Center Robert Wilson Nacogdoches Tucy Wilson Greggton Betty Windham Center Otis Winfree Tenaha Chester Winger Center Jessie Winn Marshall Ann Wiseman Jefferson Joe Wiseman Jefferson Cecil Wolf Lufkin 215 FRESHMEN Miss Mary Frances Gellately represented the Student Con- gress in the Homecoming ceremonies. The Far East was well represented at the Freshman parade. Amusing sights are frequently seen on Lumberjack day. The Foresters welcome the Freshmen girls. The Lumberjack Band leads the Freshman parade. 216 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. " C3 ' over $400,000,000 insurance in fore FIDELITY UNION LIFE INSURANCE CO. Bobby R. Stanley Representative Compliments of ' If We Make It, It ' s Good, 218 I CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! OUR BRICKS WERE USED FOR THESE BUILDINGS. WE ARE HAPPY TOHAVE A PART IN HELPING TO BUILD A BIGGER AND BETTER STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE. FINE ARTS BUILDING BIRDWELL BUILDING LIBRARY BUILDING STUDENT CENTER HENDERSON CLAY PRODUCTS CO. MANUFACTURERS OF QUALITY FACE, ROMAN, NORMAN, BRICK WHITE, PINK, BUFF, GRAY, RED AND BLACK Box 870 Phone 3505 219 Henderson, Texas THE COLLEGE GRILL LUNCHES SANDWICHES STEAKS, CHICKEN HOME-MADE PIES ' Always A Friendly Atmosphere " Across From Wisely Hall - 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 The Same Name Since 1903 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 220 E. C. BEST CO FOREMOST IN FASHION FINEST IN QUALITY 221 THE NEW STUDENT CENTER SNACK BAR BOOKSTORE CAFETERIA • POST OFFICE • MEETING ROOMS ACROSS FROM RUSK SCIENCE BUILDINGS FOR RESERVATIONS FOR SPECIAL EVENTS ROOM 168 222 SFA LIBRARY BLDG. Building for EDUCATION Building for TEXAS Building for the FUTURE j ADDITION TO SENIOR WOMENS DORM NEW DORM UNDER CONSTRUCTION (At time photo was made) J. A. 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" WINDY " McKEWEN 101 Distinctive Apparel and Beautiful footwear FOR SPORTING GOODS, HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES . . . See . . . Branch-Patton Hardware Co. 225 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 PRINTING SUPPLIES 125 N. Fredonia Phone LO 4-5539 Nacogdoches, Texas io Penney ' s ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! Quality is your greatest saving DrPepper Bottling Co. 1615 S. Fredonia St. NACOGDOCHES Dial LO 4-7881 " Boosting SFA All the Way " THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO., Inc. PUBLISHERS OF THE DAILY SENTINEL and THE REDLAND HERALD Best Wishes! THE PINE LOG SFA Student Newspaper 226 Compliments of Thomas Appliance Co. HELPINSTILL AUTO SUPPLY 320 North Street Phone LO 4-9241 Nacogdoches, Texas Jewel Helpinstill Owner RCA MAYTAG STAND STEADFAST . . . in your ideal and look to the future with confi- dence. A " good " today and a " better " tomorrow is assured you. And look to natural gas for the finest in modern conveniences . . . rely on this steadfast service to play an important part in your future business and in your home of to- morrow. B E MODERN . . . UNITED G EL E C T R I C . . . Texas Power Light Company 227 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 228 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 Lacy H. Hunt Lumber Company, Inc. Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Exporters YELLOW PINE AND HARDWOOD MINE PROPS AND TIMBERS Nacogdoches, Texas DEPEND ON THE COLLEGE CLEANERS Cash and Carry a Saving For You " THEY CAN CLEAN EM " DRESS FABRIC CENTER 416 North Ph. LO 4-8660 LINDY ' S ' Most Convenient Store to Shop in Town ' Easy parking — Friendly service — Low prices 900 North Open 7-11 fashions for college for career for-ahout the-home 00 229 MIZE DEPARTMENT STORE S. F. A. THEATRE MARSHALL MATTESON I ™5fiBfr» 1 r uri )i? OUT Owner-M gr. rp w ro am ° MOVIKUT Nacogdoches, Texas A lways an enjoyable array of attractions! Plenty of Free Parking Nacogdoches Floral Co. LOVELY CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 4-7361 107 S. Church St. WE DELIVER Member F. T. D. Congratulations! Seniors Stone Fort Staff Compliments of NANCE CAFE " Good Food Since 1935 " 2110 North LO 4-9021 In the College Shopping Center fj y MEN ' S APPAREL " Across Street from the Hospital " PRESCRIPTIONS SICK ROOM SUPPLIES PHONE LO 4-5712 ' y cream The Borden Company Nacogdoches, Texas Ik 1615 s - Fredonia st - i , . NACOGDOCHES Dial LO 4-7881 230 Lufkin COMPLIMENTS OF Typewriter R. W. McKinney AND Company Jack McKinney Sales— Service Rentals— Supplies Lufkin, Texas Phone NE 4-9113 or NE 4-9124 AUTOGRAPHS 231 CHSON MONK CD How long is " A Long Time " ? We ' ve been serving our customers since 1893. Won ' t you let us serve you, too! AUTOGRAPHS 232

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