Temple College - Templar Yearbook (Temple, TX)

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'UV N-f.,f-Q-m-,efwg - V, H. up---W' Xu.. .' .- u If Waters heads Board 0 f Regents L. R. Waters, lumber businessman, is the current president of the Temple Junior College Board of Regents. The board meets the third Monday in each month to determine the policies of the college. At right: Regents President L. R. Waters talks with Temple Chamber of Commerce Pres- ident Bill Cloud and Mrs. Cloud at the special campus luncheon honoring the governor and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jack- son of Dallas. Below: Considering action at a fall board meeting are, left to right, regents Sam Carter, a school furniture builder, R. J. Smith, who is in the insurance and real estate busi- ness, and Paul Boyd, automobile dealer. Regent Dr. H. H. Brindley, bone surgeon, is seen at a board meeting in right photo. .ge At left: Regent Keifer Marshall Jr., who operates a private insurance firm, listens to the speaker at the college's fall convocation. Below: Regents seen working at a board meeting are, left to right, R. L. Epperson, hospital administratorg Dr. E. R. Veirs, eye spe- cialist, and N. A. Flood, III, tax attomey. r. F elder becomes president Marvin R. Felder Marvin R. Felder, formerly dean of in- struction at McLennan Community Col- lege, was named president of Temple Junior College in the summer of 1973. President Felder delivers the main address at the fall convocation. He gives the president's report at a board of regents meeting presided over by L. R. Waters. T ll 5 , ek 5' l .1 W x ' 1---4. ,V-Se! 28 l Vice-President Payne retires IIQ Q.. .1 Johnny S. Payne TJC Vice-President Johnny Payne an- nounced his plans to retire at the close of the 1973-74 school year. In top photo, he jokes with students Patsy Supak, left, and Pat Vrana in the Student Union Building. At left, he talks with secretary Betty Irby. Farrell serves as dean Dean H. C. Farrell, Ir., missed several weeks of school during the fall due to illness but was back in full swing before the end of the semester. An additional duty for him this year was working with the new dormitory students. Dr. H. C. Farrell, Jr., welcomes those present at the annual fall convocation, at left, and works in his office in the Administration Building. ii E Q. H. C. Farrell, Jr. I I I .5 1 . --F N ew business ofjice opens in Administration Building A new business office was organized in 1973. Percy A. Francis, formerly chief accountant at Lubbock State School, was named business manager. At left, Percy Francis and Sharon Meach- am, business secretary, work with the col- lege's financial records. Below, Francis and Lanette Wigginton, bursar, collect fees during fall registration. Registrar gets new assistants Two additional full-time employees began working primarily with Registrar Charles Stout this year. Thomas A. DeLano was named data services assistant and a new records clerk began work in January. Below: Stout helps Phyllis Houston pre- register for the spring semester. At right: Debbie Bailey, student secretary, and Delano get financial aids records ready for the computer. Charles L. Stout . wr, ,1- Thomas A. DeLano 'Wt' F errill named pro , xg I .-f' I , X . I V W Magi' XR 1 ' ' h P If , ..,, , R jk ram head Douglas Ferrill was named director of the college's expanding Continuing Education program. The Continuing Education pro- gram offers vocational and avocational classes on or off the campus that meet the needs of the people. It gives an op- portunity to every family in this area to develop new skills, improve job perfor- mances, and get involved in leisure time interests. Since learning is a continuous process, a Continuing Education program is helpful for all that hope to keep in the main- stream of today's society. Ferrill works on scheduling the times and places for the many continuing education courses offered during the fall semester. Karate was one of the new non-credit courses offered this year. Students prac- tice holds during one of the class sessions. Douglas Ferrill iam' , ' Technical- Vocational offers training in skills Temple Junior College offers training in many highly skilled areas to prepare stu- dents to meet the needs of job require- ments. From the complexity of the auto- mobile to the sophisticated equipment in electronics and the increasing demand for health care services, vocational and tech- nical education is valuable for today and tomorrow. Stanley Churchill is the divi- sion director. Glenn Webster teaches his radio and TV servicing class. Mrs. Florence Glenn, head nurse, Ward 14A, Temple VA Hospital, discusses pa- 1ients'reports with TIC vocational nurses, Sharon Petersen, standing, and Debbie Smecek. Stanley Churchill ii ' l 1, , wi , un vi ii , - S www r n l F' l l -- '1 sg W no Jack Fendley Auto Mechanics Gale B. Gregory Med Lab Technician Bill Hermon Mid-Management Barbara Hunsacker Respiratory Therapy Robert Wallingford Air Conditioning Glenn Webster Radio and TV Jack Fendley, right, helps auto mechanics students Steve Lewis, left, and Kip Guen- zel. Working at a registration table are new faculty members Barbara Hunsacker and A. D. Courtney. Evelyn Bohls, left, and Kathelean Sauls study a skeleton. H :EF L 1 ' ' ' nf? g,.-,3"" gjf " . . lm' :- it W- 1 if A 1 Art Department has modern acilities E J. Bryant Reeves I is The Art Department has two studios, a lecture room, two offices and a small li- brary in the Fine Arts Building. Day and night classes and a variety of courses are offered. Bill Howell, right, gives student Mike Jen- nings pointers in basic designs class. Drawing still life in drawing and designing class, left to right, are Elizabeth Town- send, Wallace Thomas, and Perry Shaffer. ml' Arch Koontz Anne Penney Newton Chairman Pat Simpson James Taylor Biology Department has versatility The Biology Department faculty at Tem- ple Junior College includes four instruc- tors whose educational backgrounds in- clude credits from 12 colleges and univer- sities. Their areas of specialization are microbiology, zoology, and ecology. The curriculum includes courses in general biology and courses for people who have specific course needs such as microbiology for nursing and Allied Health students. Anne Penney Newton, seated, and Monica Miller, student secretary, work on biology department materials. Students use micro- scopes in James Taylorls general biology class. Dorothy Harrison Jack Caesar Shirley Cowan Nancy Fendley Melva Hobbs Chairman More major in business The Business Department at Temple Ju- nior College has the largest number of proclaimed majors on campus. The de- partment offers the student a variety of programs in which he may train for ad- ministrative education or immediate em- ployment. The Business Department of- fers the student an opportunity to work with modern equipment including elec- tric typewriters, automatic calculators, and some electronic equipment. Jessie Mae Webb, at right, practices her typing, as students do below. f 1222?-, , Chemistry presented as apart of We A basic curriculum in inorganic and organic chemistry is taught by Robert Schlieker and Dr. Annetta Ketchens whose combined training includes credits from 10 colleges and universities. ln this de- partment the individual is encouraged to think for himself. While subject matter is stressed in those courses where a suitable background for future study is a m,ust, emphasis is placed on chemistry as being a part of life. Performing experiments are Grace Smith and Gwen Smithson, at left, and Reza Sheikhbahaie and Dr. Annetta Ketchens. IIAIB En glish Estherbell Caesar Donna Calvert Irene Haag Dean of Women Gwendolyn Hauk Wilma Lewis Neil Scott Elizabeth Silverthorne Chairman The English Department has offerings to meet the needs of all students attending Temple Junior College. If a student is deficient in the fundamentals of English, he may take basic English, which is a re- view course. At the sophomore level, a student may choose between English literature and world literature. Students interested in science fields may take tech- nical report writing to help them in their careers. Neil Scott, seated, discusses research pap- ers with two of his students. TIC hosted the district meeting of the Texas Joint English Conference. TJC stu- dents and faculty working at the con- ference, left to right, are Johnell May- field, Donna Ca1vert,J anece Keetch, Gwen Hauk, and Debbie Reneau. WELQ TEMPLE REGISKL To E C ANNUAL W l Ann Frazier Garnett Frazier Chairman Constance Lee Amelia Tumer Dataprocesszng has 24 courses The Electronic Data Processing Depart- ment offers 24 courses at beginning and advanced levels. The "hands on" method is used in the center, which means that the students actually operate the com- puter. There are three degree programs offered: one-year certificate, two types of two-year degrees, and a four-year pro- gram in cooperation with Mary Hardin- Baylor College. Ann Frazier, at left, helps Jerome Darilek debug a program. Garnett Frazier and student secretaries, Gail Gillard, center, and Karen Martinets prepare materials for his classes. Student teacher Linda Barta, seated at the computer console, runs a program for her students. -I,' 4:72, -, j., ,, 24 lx Jim Brown Director Frances Garmon Charles Lodes Danny Scott HPE ojjfers varied activities All activities offered by the Health and Physical Education Department are divid- ed into three categories: the regular physical education programg intramural athletics and activitiesg and intercollegiate athletics for both men and women. Frances Garmon and Gina West keep score in bowling class. Charles Lodes and Sarah Malone, student secretary, work on the college baseball program. Wanda McClusky Journalismzpublic relations includes instruction, publications, media-related activities P I '1- 'X Y' 'iv 'K 15:4 bb .. , -A fa., g ,.. we f' ' ' "" f'w"Q:l-Av. .-"fm r .Jim 'A -' , ., ,V :g,,,,?:Q tv" f lijq :fir M , i:rJ'?'V. V Q ,y L The combined joumalism and public rela- tions department was responsible for class instruction, newspaper and yearbook production, press releases and other me- dia-related projects. Wanda McClusky served as instructor, publications adviser, and public relations director. Student secretary Cindy Safron types news releases at left. Below, Frank Pajest- ka Jr. and Mark Kelley work in journal- ism lab, and Wanda McClusky listens to students in her classroom on the ASU mezmnine. 1 - ,V iii' i L v 'ihiiitgzi l r fs ...... Rose Anne Brasher Lib ranan Paul Harte Assistant Librarian New media center opens in Iibraljy A new media center opened in the library during the spring semester. The center is to provide more audio and visual equip- ment for use as teaching and learning aids. Gwen Hauk, English instructor, was named part-time director. Paul Haire be- gan work in the fall as the new assistant librarian. Student librarian Deborah Stephens and Rose Ann Brasher assist a student. Student assistant Bernice Winkler returns library books to their shelves. 3 41 Rowe Ann Durant Ethel Haag Chairman Bill W. Vannatta offers 13 courses A total of 13 courses are taught by four instructors in TJC's math department. Continuing Education Director Douglas Ferrill teaches part-time in the depart- ment. . Rowe Ann Durant puts problems on the board for her math class. Bill Vannatta gives back test papers in his algebra class. M ath Department 531' fr ini? Language Department 0 jjfers aids The Modern Languages Department fea- tured new individualized programming this year. Students were able to check out cassettes for extra study. Also, for the first time this year, Czech language class- es were offered in day and evening school. Kenneth Young listens to his students speak German. Students practice their accents in the language lab. Sue Bertoleit Chairman Spanish Jeff Jones French English Kenneth Young German is . gf ' 'M QQ: we 5? F 9 T Priscilla Heard Guess new Music Department chairman larry Guess, a TJC graduate, became the chairman of the music department at the t opening of the 1973-74 school year. He previously taught music in Dumas. ,i SE '-J Instructor Priscilla Heard enters her music appreciation class. larry Guess presents a special musical selection at the fall convocation. Physics offered at three levels The Physics and Engineering Department offers six physics courses at three dif- ferent levels of mathematical preparation. Engineering-science physics requires: the use of calculusg general technical physics requires only algebra and trigonometryg and physics for non-science majors re- quires no mathematical background. The department also offers six basic engineer- ing courses. Calvin Chervenka assists at one of the faculty tables during fall registration. Reza Sheikhbahaie, left, and other stu- dents in physics class watch Calvin Cher- venka, center, perform an experiment. Calvin C. Chervenka Chairman Johnny Rose Engineering Drafting Anice Henderson Chairman Malcolm Hodnett Tom Scott Counseling services available Guidance and counseling services are of- fered to all students at Temple Junior College. The primary function of the pro- gram is to provide for the individual needs of every student. Three full-time counsel- ors are available to aid the student in vocational, educational, and persona1-so- cial adjustment. An expanded testing program is available to each student in the areas of vocational and personal-social adjustment. Career selection is aided through the administra- tion of the Strong Vocational Interest Inventory. Counselors also aid individual students by providing intelligence and aptitude tests. Counselors Anice Henderson and Mal- colm Hodnett take a breather in her office between counseling students. Counselor Tom Scott helps Maureen Blake choose her courses for the spring semester. Clit! cgi' p 0 P 4 Weldon Cannon ,... History Mary Farrell History Gary Griffith Government Walter J ohanns Chairman History Geography YM " '1 V 'f 3, V W E -r FT! N '1- 9 Bobbie Marshall Sociology J olm Meharg Economics Harold Whittington Government Social Science Department embraces several subjects The Social Science Department includes courses in American history, European history, Texas history, geography, govern- ment, sociology and economics. Renate Doughty talks to instructor Mary Farrell, at right, and John Meharg de- monstrates an economics problem for Patsy Supak, center, and Martha Maresh. Taylor jams Speech ana' Drama Department This year, Thomas A. Bryan Taylor, new- comer to the Speech and Drama Depart- ment, emphasized the unique and unusual with his original one-man show, WOODY GUTHRIE-CHILD OF DUST, and with exciting Readers' Theatre productions of ME THE FLUNKIE, "Black Now- BLACK!", MARK TWAIN TONIGHT, and "The Trial and Death of John Hussf' Other major changes in the department include converting the radio-TV studio into a classroom and converting the former drama classroom into a scene shop. Thomas Taylor helps Tim Stowe at regi- stration and shows Jackie Zajicek where to place props. Neva Cason secretary to dean Louise Cox secretary to president Betty Irby secretary to vice-president Pat Henderson secretary, Allied Health Administrative staff contributes Z0 college operation Working at their desks are Lanette Wig- ginton, at right, Barbara Riggs, below left, and Neva Cason. lf w x 25 Q . 4- . ' T ' ,--Q! Qiq . N I V , 1 . 51. lwy. 2.. F 5 N '.r. -,,, Becky Hunter Secretary to Technical and Vocational Director Martha Maresh Transcript and Veterans Clerk Sharon Meacham Secretary to Business Manager Barbara Riggs PBX Operator-Receptionist Lanette Wigginton Bursar Becky Hunter, at left, arranges presents under a Tech Building Christmas tree. Working together are Louise Cox, seated, and Martha Maresh. Pat Henderson works at her desk. n A uxiliary services staff prepares fooal maintains buildings Preparing salads for the noon meal are, left to right, Ova Hollowell, Doris Roberts, and Linda Hanson. Raymond Shepheard mows the grass in front of the Tech Building. Working in the Fine Arts Building are, left to light, O. E. Lambright, head custodian, George Ross, and Lester Ros- encrans. 'R , g ,, . M1 -K , 2 1? " 4 c Q . yi , 1 , .VLH- H 1 ,,i"1" Ill S g 1 .1 1 .-,vm , .3 ' ,,.y:,., f----L ru, Q . hs F HB 45' v'f. 1 , ' - W W . I 1 ' . , ' 1 K w JM , ' 4 I v 5 y ,,' fl, JL' . 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Zsivzhgrs ' 1' ' 41,1 V I 1 V , V 'a , 1 V' '.4.3', 1 di' iij 'V .-Six: ' ' 37. -51" ' . .-5,.,,.V,:.' V . Q-.sry 'LjfJ'4A:. Q 'Sa fi 4- A Af? w 'og:::W3 1' 1? ll rl fur 5 1 50 In 1 WWE visa 'A 9 T J B Ml: A .31 X ta -,gif -IIN 55-'11 gl I' 5 iii-3 fdj fy? Aoi' 1 lv , Anna Mae Ferrara works in the ASU gf' Student secretary Cathy Vrtek takes dicta- an-atv.-st Student Union center 0 activigf The Arnold Student Union is the center for many out-of-class activities. A snack bar, cafeteria, gameroom, color television, and bookstore are located in this building. William J . Matush is the ASU director. William J. snr,-wzlwi - 'Q' P fb, :ii 'S-A ' 'A -- .1 u- . , H 3-.u:5..st...n 'iff -X lfzfilnfnls H Yi 'J ij W, ?1n "-' . rg r Y' 1 l i v it it ,ff ,e The first domiitory on the TJC campus opened its doors in September, 1973. The dorm has male and female wings and the residents get their meals in the ASU cafeteria. Sue Cochran is the dormitory manager. Ricky Faust checks his mailbox in the dorm. Sue Cochran, seated, and Marva Neuse review dorm records. John Barnes takes a break in his room. ir tdorm opens door r 54" ' " l x Twengf-one named J to W ho S W ho Baseball pitcher Jack Ewing, a PE major, was Luncheon Club vice-president. Jack hopes to transfer to a good academic school with a baseball program. Playing professional baseball is also in Jack's future plans. Miss TJC, Susan Aiken, plans to attend either Baylor University or the Univer- sity of Texas at Austin as a speech therapy major. Recipient of the Out- standing Freshman Scholastic Award and Woodson Scholarship, Susan was also BSU president, Spoken Arts Club presi- dent, Phi Theta Kappa vice-president, Luncheon Club secretary, and Freshman Class Favorite. Jerry Smith, a member of Phi Theta Kappa, attended TJC on a golf scholar- ship. He hopes to continue playing golf at a senior college. Sze Yue Ng, a pharmacy major, was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and was on the Dean's List. He plans to attend the University of Texas. 2 Virgil Wilde, a business administration major, was the recipient of the Civitan Club scholarship and was also on the Dean's List. Virgil served as Newman Club vice-president and was a member of Circle K and Phi Theta Kappa. Gerry Kneese Pustka, a general business major, was president of the Business Club, secretary of Circle K, a member of Phi 'I'heta Kappa, and the copy editor of the Templar. Gerry was also runner-up for Miss TIC. Lamar Lewis, a govemment major, was president of Student Government and the Social Science Club. He was vice- president of the Chess Club and a mem- ber of the Spoken Arts Club. Baylor University is included in I.amar's future plans. Elementary education major Cathy Vitek plans to attend Texas A8zM University after graduation from TJC. While attend- ing TJC, Cathy was president of the New- man Club and served on the board of directors of Circle K. A business major, Randy Dixon was presi- dent of Circle K. He was a recipient of the Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship for two years. An oral communications major, James Mullan, at left, plans to attend South- west Baptist Theological Seminary. He was president of College Players, a mem- ber of the Baptist Student Union and the Spoken Arts Club. James was a recipient of a speech and drama scholar- ship. A music education major, Valente Val- verde Jr. was a recipient of a music scholarship. He was president of Alpha Mu Gamma language fraternity, an officer in the choir, treasurer of the Language Club, and a member of College Players. Valente was head cheerleader his fresh- man year. He plans to attend Baylor University. Q59 0 P+ + 1-43+ tsl' Business administration major Jolmell Mayfield was a member of College Belles and College Players. She was second vice-president of Circle K, Student Government representative and dorm rep- resentative. Johnell's plans include attend- ing West Texas State University. Phi Theta Kappan Stephen Ash is un- decided about his major but plans to attend Stephen F. Austin University next fall. the Baptist church. Kay Monfrini, a religion major was the Baptist Student Union devotional chair man, College Players vice-president and the Sophomore Class parliamentanan She was a member of the Spoken Arts Club Phi Theta Kappa, Language Club and Alpha Mu Gamma. Kay was the recipient of the Outstanding Student Award given by the Temple Optimist Club She plans to enter some church-related vocation in Business education major Karen Martinets plans to attend Southwest Texas State University in the fall. Karen was the reporter of the sophomore class, a mem- ber of the Templar staff and Newman Club. Mark Wiese, a physical education major, was captain of the tennis team and a member of Circle K. He was a recipient of a tennis scholarship. A sociology major, Donna Plank was a member of Alpha Psi Omega and College Players. She will attend Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. Edwin Bigon, an engineering major, was the 1972-1973 freshman class president, Phi Theta president, Science Club presi- dent, sophomore class president, Newman Club vice-president, and a member of Circle K Club. He was a recipient of the Catholic Life Insurance Scholarship, and the Velma Wilson Science Scholarship. Edwin has been on the Dean's List his freshman and sophomore years and was selected Mr. TIC both yeras. He received the 0ptirnist's Outstanding Youth Award, the Kiwanis' Outstanding Freshman Award and was chosen freshman favorite. Het plans to enter Texas A8zM. James Henry Plank of Columbus, Ohio, was a member of Alpha Psi Omega and College Players. A drama major, he plans to attend Southwest Texas State Univer- sity in San Marcos. Leopardette Marti Fuquay was a sopho- more officer, a Phi Theta Kappan, and a health and physical education major. While at TIC she was all-conference and a member of the Outstanding Junior College Athletes of America. Marti hopes to receive her master's degree and begin coaching. Templar editor Frank Pajestka Ir is a math major. He was secretary-treasurer of the Newman Club and sports editor of Leopard Tales. Frank was elected sopho- more favorite and plans to attend Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton. M 1' di Miss T J C selected Each year the students elect two people who they think deserve the honor, Mr. and Miss TJC. Susan Aiken and Edwin Bigon, top photo, were selected to re- present our college for the year '73-'74, The runners-up for Mr. and Miss TJC were Gerry Kneese Pustka and James Mullan. All were sophomores. ,.--1. FII " N' 4 :K Favorites chosen TJC students also annually elect class favorites. Chosen by the sophomore class were, top photo, Frank Pajestka Jr. and Susan Aiken. 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Temple Boyls, Lana Temple Brown, Troy Wayne Brenham Bunte, Rhonda Bartlett Bums, Ricky Belton Q Your move, Charlie! Caughlin, Elaine Temple Cavanaugh, James IV Granger Cawthon, Sue Temple Cerda, Virginia Temple Cervenka, Bobby Granger Chaney, Pam Belton Cockxell, Pat Temple Cockrum, Larry Temple Coker, Wanda Lott Cole, Billy Gatesville Collier, Susan Troy Collins, Lela Temple Well, I was gorma cut. ' D. - ssss fu -P Nga 6 ff at - rt -Q LUN: f , ' I 4fl.?5'i"L, ' - 'N vb ' 3115 ' + J, fl 1 R101 , 'D '1 'V' .1 ' -': f nf.-.gc we ., , . www xc Q ri ' ' . t .'--V - t M, Crawford, James Belton Cruz, Gloria Jean Rockdale Danek, Dorothy J arrell Davis, David Temple Delcourt, Paul Houston Drobena, Sylvia Temple Easley, Gary Temple Engholm, Ben Temple Felder, Julie Temple Fenner, Bruce M. Temple What a way to sleep' Fletcher, Missie Temple Fox, Kathleen Belton Freeman, Rosie Troy Freytag, Cindy Temple Fuentez, David Temple Fulton, Pam Temple Fulton, Wayne Temple Futschik, James Patrick Burlington Galloway, Liz Rockdale Gandy, J ack Temple Gantt, Alphonso Washington, D.C. Garrett, Michael Taylor Rosebud Gilbert, Patricia Moody Gillard, Gail Temple Glass, Brenda Temple Glazener, Patsy Belton Gommert, Richard Rogers Gonzales, Mary V. Taylor V Goodnight, David Holland YW, A I' Did Ann say this one? Graves, Roger Temple Grear, Kristi Temple Gregg, Gregory Temple Grobe, Buddy Austin Oh no! ls this the yearbook staff? You've got to be kidding. Grygar, David Temple Guess, Janet Rogers Halfmann, Kenneth John Burlington Hall, Brad Temple Hart, Cathy Clute Heffner, Brian Temple Hejl, James Academy Hendricks, Roxanne Temple Hellums, Jimmy Holland Hennefeld, Paul Temple Henry, William Troy Hestand, Lissann Temple V F J EFT' 51" 1 f- ' me 5311 'IL' 'H 1' . ,---Twp 11 , . 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Temple Kelly, Terry Dale Temple Keown, Susan Temple Kies, Chris San Antonio King, Sherri Temple Kleypas, Mary Burlington Koenning, Barbara Shiner Kruciak, Greg San Antonio Krupicka, Becky Heidenheimer Kubacak, Barbara Granger Lashbrook, Julian Ray, I r. Rogers F Ig, lu, I V- n" 8' ,vs-e fl! Hey, girls, what's for supper? Lee, Lanora June Temple Lemley, Gary Belton Lewis, Steven Anthony Nustin Liles, Nancy Holland Love, Ricky Lyn Academy Lucko, Connie Jean Cameron Lynch, Carolyn Temple Lyons, Lillie Mae Temple Malone, David Temple Mancillas, Billie Woodward, Oklahoma Martin, David Rockdale Martin, Melinda Temple Matush, Mona Temple Mayberry, Angel L. Temple McBride, Tim San Antonio McCormick, Kenneth Temple McCray, Paul E. Temple McGinnis, Cathy Temple Mcllan, Mike Temple McNeil, Lavon Giddings Mesecke, Bemadette Temple Uh . . .where'd she go? .1 , ,ez-3 .rs Mesecke, Paulette Temple Messer, Thomas Troy Mitchan, Cindy Cameron ' Moayedzadeh, Saeed Iran Moore, Susan Temple Morgan, Carolyn Rogers Morgan, Jim Crowley Mulkey, Roy W. Belton Mullens, Debera Ann Cameron Muschalek, Pam Edna Nemec, Bemard J arrell Nuese, Marva Kay Seguin :ULQJ ,, ,Q-,.... Ii leer?-1: -Sf" So this is college By George, I thi Nuese, Mike Mexia Nichols, Joan Belton Pagel, Cindy Temple Palousek, Patrick Jarrell nk I've got him. Another day, another hamburger. Payne, Robby Moody Pedroza, Alice V Granger Peevey, Carla Thomdale Peters, Susan Temple Petty, Rebecca Lockhart Powell, Greg Temple Rainer, Mack Gatesville Ray, Dennis Rogers Rector, Lois Bartlett Reedy, Kevin Hayle Santa Barbara Cahfomia Reese, Terry Temple Reid, Kathy Temple Reneau, Debbie Houston Reyna, Dora Temple Reynolds, Tim Academy Richardson, Rebecca Temple Richey, Patti Bartlett Roberson, Gary Rogers How can I find it if I can't spell it! Robinson, Sheila Belton Rodriguez, Guadalupe Taylor Rodriguez, Sylvia Kay Bartlett Ro ss, Doniece Duncanville Ross, Patricia Little River Safron, Andrea Chilton Safron, Cindy Chilton Salas, Frances L. Temple Schwertner, Susan Iarrell Self, Cathy Iourdanton K 192' I think I'll put th1s on layaway Sellers, Joe L. Temple Sheguit, Pat Cameron Sheridan, James W Granger Shiplett, Brenda Bartlett Smith, Charles C. Holland Smith, Gary J arrell Smith, Grace Rosebud Smith, Pam Temple Smithson, Gwen Temple Snyder, Becky Temple Snyder, Mark A. Temple Sommer, Helen Buckholts Sparkman, Cullen Salado Stephens, Deborah Rockdale Stermer, Susan Temple Stevenson, Phyllis Temple Stock, Clarence Lawre Rosebud Stumph, Maw Ann Temple Supak, Patsy Granger Tepera, Dorothy Rogers Thomas, Randall Round Rock Thomas, Sharon D. Temple Thompson, Nancy Academy Thornton, Chris Temple Thornton, Johnnie, Jr. Westphalia Thweatt, Gary Maystleld Trdy, Michael Cameron Trussell, Stephen Temple nce, x- 1 N.. . 'V' K A 1 , A T R I I Night classes under Daylight Savings Time? rs B 'Y .ZF Vanegas, Mary Temple Vasek, Peggy Temple Villareal, Sally Temple Vitek, Tommy Temple Vrana, Patdcia Granger Waddy, Debra A Angleton in L sjb.. 5 Meetings, Walker, Randy Temple Wann, Carol Temple Waters, Rick Temple Weaver, Russell Temple Webb, Jessie Mae Buckholts West, Gina Temple Wick, Donna Morning Sun, Iowa Wigginton, Richard Temple meetings, meetings! M if F1323 ., ..e 1 i -. A , " . ,"1 v'.',". ,F ,, -. , , ,H -- A 1 il '. 1, s 4 ,, ,.l, ,. . . .- KVI-: . j wr W Mase- gxll f , iz! J LE 1 - Vx V j' - 0 .X Q Q 61 l M .E x 511 ff if 2 ., . . ga 1, -, -"n' "- ' ' v- s us' 2 I-51' . - va .,j., Y- . in w 1 in W' ""..u3"' 990' . --J T - J V . . - ,l ,, 1 Move it, move it, move it Wiley, Mellicent Temple Williams, Barbara Temple Williams, Terry L. Eddy Williams, Wanda Temple Wolf, Nelda Eddy Wolff, Thomas A. Temple Wright, Anthony, Jr. Winston-Salem, N .C Wright, Patty Rockdale Wyatt, Nancy B. Troy Aiken, Susan Salado Alcozer, Mary L. Rogers Alexander, Jack L. Temple Alkhandak, Daoud Mohd Temple Ash, Stephen Belton Bagby, Don Temple Beyer, Franklin J. Schwertner Bigon, Edwin Temple Blake, Maureen E. Vancouver, Wash. Bordelon, Kathy Groesbeck Bruggman, Sandra Rosebud Button, Charles Belton Sophs That's entertainment? Chapman, Charlie Temple Collins, Dayle Taylor Craven, Janette Rockdale Cruz, Gloria Temple Cruz, Susie Rockdale Daniel, Jimmie Batson Dares, Donald E. Whitehall Darilek, Michael Cameron Davis, Charlie Temple Dillard, L. A. Temple Just make sure lt doesn t fall on me Dixon, Randy Temple Dokupil, Thomas C. Burlington Drobena, Charles Temple Ellison, Linda L. Rosebud Eubanks, John K. Belton Evans, Debbie Cameron Fincher, Lanette Temple Fomey, John Academy Fuquay, Marti Devine Gaeke, Paula Lott Glazener, Elmer Belton Graham, Bridget Sue Taylor Greger, Larry J. Temple Griftin, Peggy Lee Kermard Grygar, Leslie Jerome Temple Hicxs, Jerry Belton Higgs, Linda Temple Hill, Robert Gatesville Hinkle, Phyllis Temple Houston, Phyllis Temple Hughes, Richard Janell Hundl, Darlene Shiner Uh oh, spaghetti-o's ,B fwsrffo-sq'qp+4Q-Q! Isbel, Chuck Granger Jarolik, Jeanette Eliz abeth Salado Iasek, Dennis Taylor Jasek, Diane Martha Taylor Jiles, Judy Temple Johnson, Glenn, Jr Temple Johnston, Ray Temple Jones, Willie R. B. Purmela Kaulfus, Ronald Temple Key, Paula Waco TQ: ' ,E Z 5 Please, only ONE at a t1me' Killebrew, James E. Temple Kirkland, Marlan T. Troy Lacy, Kerry Ma.rtin Temple Lacy, Lois Jasper Lange, Karen Annette Cameron Lengefeld, Wendell Temple Lewis, Lamar Temple . Liles, Joe Warner Holland Lindemann, Betty Burlington Lux, Gary Duane Baytown Martinets, Karen Holland Martinka, Catherine Mae Granger Matl, Jerry J. Temple Matush, Michael Temple Mayfield, J ohnell Perryton Mayse, Sandra Davilla Mixon, Winboum M. Temple Monfrini, Kay Salado Mullan, James Temple Norman, Wanda Jean Temple New some, David Temple Oliver, Charlotte Deer Park Pajestka, Frank, J r. Holland Perez, Esther B. Taylor Phillips, Mark L. Academy Pustka, Gerry Kneese Belton Quehl, David Belton Quitta, Diane College Station I didnt use my antl-perspirant today, and I might not tomorrow. Y 1 m HH" 1 Social Problems 223! Ralston, Jo Anne Belton Ray, Linda Belton Rogers, Joe S. Rosebud Ruzicka, Marshall Taylor Sargent, Nancy Temple Sauls, Kathelean Temple Sayetta, Ed Gatesville Schiller, Anita Temple Scott, Cynthia Temple Sheikhbahaie, Reza Iran Smith, Ella L. N acogdoches Smith, Lawrence Austin Stafford, Gloria Jean Nacogdoches Taylor, Howell Belton Thomas, Gloria Temple Traylor, Victor San Antonio Tumer, Avalene Temple Valverde, Valente Epifanio, Jr. Rockdale Vanecek, Ronald A. Temple Vitek, Cathy Vrazel, Linda Whiteis, Raulend Lee Say, he's cute! ir'-v avi 1. ""?:nh bl A a 'PTQYJ Temple Buckholts Indianapolis, Indiana 5'6" ff", Yig?ff':':fi2F'f .3 -E 7. ' . 'ak -5.15 ,.'.1:E4lY?7A - "33E:f.' 'l ' . S3973 We i X. 4 1 hx, I , . .- , Z.-A A,g.uo0-I f'- ,,-.-n-- .M Na x w 5 il F I 1 xx Q .4 U i at 'f ll ,am XX- J 1 ,gg -ff ,- Liglincil , Wilde, Barbara Ann Temple Wilde, Virgil Temple Wilhite, George Temple Williams, Beverly Ann Temple Winkler, Bemice Temple Winkler, Les Temple Wood, Bruce M. Belton Wormley, Rodney Austin Young, Archie Temple Zabcik, David Temple Zajicek, Jackie Louis Buckholts Zaleski, Margie Troy Special: Beyer, William Bartlett Rogers, Elizabeth R. Houston Williams, Helen Temple . . . and then what happened? I I . I I f IIQL lg, 'T J'5,w'I "' " QF if Lf.'II.IT""uvHjLf'fllh WV' ' ' '7' .I Y - -. - II 5:-IPF I . . .I .Y- 1, I If X . H I M - , F. I- V -I F . 'I 'gf' I A 'lx I 'I Ir 'I-ml' 4 " 'F' ' ', I II. II I yi I -li Z--5' II' l I ,. .'. .I ..'Il E WL- I' 1 Ilc,SIx1fL JI -'M' gl If. .fp n V.-5, I - Q- I ' ' I I . ..'.-:WTI - I N 5-I Ili -f'-'lf:II. I I Ikuf ,A V I F X I WI I 'I .I1'. . uh Iififl. . I f, fy:-I -, ' 'Wk 'ff-fJ1'i'2 .- JW ' . 53 '1 , rf- I- fam. 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"fm 111 111 1111111111 111 111111 '11 111 11 ,A-.44.,L , , r1 '1' 1 1 1 11 '1 N 4 I f 1 W 11111 1 X 1 X 1 1 1 1 1" 1' 1 -11gj11w1.111 11 11 11 11 111111 1 '11' N Lamar Lewis elected Student Government head Lamar Lewis was elected president of the Student Government. Other officers were Juan Hernandez, vice-presidentg Diana Quitta, secretary-treasurer, Valente Val- verde, parliamentarian, and Johnell May- field, reporter. The Student Govemment set up a sugges- tion box in the Arnold Student Union Building-hoping to leam more about what students want and need to better their college life. President Lamar Lewis, below left, con- ducts a meeting. Diane Jasek, at right, takes advantage of the new suggestion box in the ASU. Govemment instructor Harold Whittington and students listen to Henry Grover, Republican candidate for govemor. 'J s - Members, left to right, Johnell Mayfield, Pat Morgan, and Juan Hernandez listen attentively at a Student Govemment meeting. Sponsor Gary Griffith discusses plans with club representatives. Luncheon Club holds dances The Luncheon Club highlighted the fall semester by sponsoring dances. Edvvin Bigon was 1973-74 presidentg David Zab- cik,vice-presidentg Janice Cervenka, secre- taryg Karen Martinets, reporterg Marti Fuquay, treasurerg Dennis Jasek, student government representative and Kay Mon- frini, parliamentarian. Working at the snack bar at a fall dance are President Edwin Bigon, center, and David Zabcik. The Gentres perform. 'f "" W travis. .gut iw ' r,,msz1iia:'1 Mutter rr ---tn, -,nl -ff. 1 ,tv i , 1 ,ml - Y ' U 1 , Xba- ' 11' - - ,z 1 w ' - u rgvim V At a general assembly in the students choose their officers. right, Marti Fuquay, David Za Bigon, and Janice Cervenka. 131'- .9 lp.-, ,M """'- f? ff' Agni. West Gym, Helping to conduct the voting are, left to bcik, Edwin Circle K and College Belles merge Circle K and College Belles joined this year to form one service club. They hosted special campus events such as the district English teachers conference, the Circle K lieutenant governor's reception, and the luncheon honoring Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jackson, college benefactors, and special guest Governor Dolph Briscoe. A special project at the end of the fall semester was a fund-raising movie with the proceeds donated to a Troy family to help pay expenses for a kidney operation. agf. Uiiig ily! I I mf! The 1973-74 officers were Randy Dixon, president: Mark Snyder, vice-president: Johnell Mayfield, second vice-presidentg Gerry Kneese Pustka, secretaryg Jackie Zajicek, treasurer: David Zabcik, sergeant at armsg Beth Sunbury, student govern- ment representative and Don Bagby and Cathy Vitek, board of directors. Serving refreshments at the reception for Circle K lieutenant govemor are, left to right, Janet Guess, Barbara Wilde, and Cathy Vitek. The lieutenant govemor, Mike Stackhouse is at extreme left in the right photo. i f , ja ,E ,. One of Circle K's projects was holding a blood drive for a Troy youth. A nurse assists Mark Kelley after he donated a pint. At the reception for the lieutenant govern- or, center, are Mark Snyder, left, and Randy Dixon. it f if I Wiley heads Rodeo Club Bob Wiley was elected president of the Rodeo Club. Other officers were Bill Proctor, vice-presidentg Becky Krupicka, secretaryg Donna Ashcraft, treasurerg Ronald White, student government repre- sentative and Russell Weaver, public rela- tions. The club participated in its annual horse show in the fall and its rodeo in the spring. Eg Y, I 'iw ' v 1 nv P N N u At a club meeting discussing projects are, left to right, James Taylor, club sponsor, Russell Weaver, and Ronald White. Arch Koontz, Rodeo Club sponsor, and student Becky Krupicka register entries at the fall horse show. --QM. ' ' ' - 'ff' -sf xqufl .'-cr .. , - . 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Belt Friend 24 H ours a Day Ab:-EXW' -SQ' e4 ,gil-39 e gllwv K .mae N- "" ww Inf A Um Compliments of SCCDTT AN D WHITE Temple, Texas l DANIEL HUNDLEY BUICK F. H. Daniel Howell Hundley When Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will Build Them There's a 'Lone and only" The Buick-Opel Block 778-4528 in Refreshment too. 206 East Adams Temple, Texas P I- E N C' CUMPANY CHAMBERS AND WILKINSON MOTORS General Automobile Repairs In Downtown Temple 778-1415 4 So. 3rd St. Temple, Texas MONTGOMERY WARD AND CGMPANY Towne and Country Shopping Center 778-4871 Temple, Texas J. H. Glaser, Mgr. TEMPLE BOVVLERAMA Fun forthe family 2905 S. Gen. Bruce 773-4162 Loyal Supporter of TIC I B E I M E R S c jewelry and Gifts 1404 South 3 lst St. Temple, Tex HARPER-TALASEK FARMERS MUTUAL PRQTECTIVE ASSOCIATION QE TEXAS Temple-Killeen Fire Extended Coverage SL Theft Insurance Farm 8: City I p rated 1901 Home Office 20 S. 4th St. P. O. Box 426 T mple, Texas FARRIS PONTIAC GMC, INC. "The People that Appreciate Your Business" 3rd 8a Ave. A. Temple 7736391 l i , kt fi Since 1895, graduates f W . Illll - Choice Heavy Beef and their parents have Charcoal Broiled Daily mlm - , Sewed In Dur ' been Saying' Dining Room M, Get From Open 6 'I 802 N. Gen. Bruce Drive " 7 1 Temple, Texas 778-441 l MUS M on C R E S H A M 'S ii 'i 7 fzi A"1' I '1'-' .1.Qi- f 'AA-i-1" at 6th on Adams eeei Dial seventy seven eight Thirteen thirteen 17 South 2nd Sales-Service-Rental-Supply Printing Office supplies H N N I EIS 0 F F I John Guillen MACH I N ES Off- 778-7608 Owner Res. 773-3726 Compliments of TEXAS PO ER A D LIGHT 204 North Main 773-1541 4'O -I Vllcfi UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CA RPENTERS AND JOINERS OFAMERICA, LOCAL NO. 1971 F LO YD BO YD Business Representative PA L BOYD Sales 773-5258 and 503 North General service Bruce Drive Mifimq- 940 AM RADIO 106.3 FM HEWETT FUNERAL HOME Continuous Service Since 191 1 773-4567 I S 9 I FDIC I R3 I , E ,M J ' .. I i Q II I ' 4 o J? I , . 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Temple's leading department store Compliments of HIERQ YMUSTPRI TINC CQMPAN Harrison Legan 4 4 T ees owner 2108 West Ave. H Temple, Texas Telephone 773-4464 Meeting Temple Junior College's Printing Needs Since 1926 z H'f1l'Ii JR. fullllil ' IIIIOKXIIIM mow W ln"-1 l'Nn'm:ijgf' mm' .nu We have every kind of school supply you might need - books - TJ C shirts - supplies - gift items TIC Bookstore Amold Student Union William Matush, Director 'ffvqrv 5. Q-. . . building a better way H151 YE ' iii -B TEMPLE NA TIONAL BA NK -over 64 years young- Member F.D.I.C. 0 PIZZA HUT . 1530 Th r L 'U-" 1" 773311 me Complete Outfitter for Men 84 Teen Men ll East Central Ave. Temple, Texas THE TEMPLAR STAFF Congratulations to the would like to thank Graduates of Local Advertisers 1974 for their Continuing Support. TELE GRA M special tribute Johnny Payne is leaving TJC this year after a long association with the college. Mr. Payne graduated from TJC in 1934 as the first honor graduate. He returned to the college as assistant dean. In 1966 he became vice-president, the position he holds at the time of his retirement. The Templar staff knows that Mr. Payne will be missed by the TJC faculty and student body. At left, Mr. Payne is seen walking across the campus in the fall of his last year at TJC. He is pictured at the vice-presi- dent's desk in a 1969 photo. In bottom photo, Mr. and Mrs. Payne are seen at the tea they gave at their home in 1960 for the TJC faculty and staff. A special thankyou The Templar staff would like to thank the many people who helped in getting the -1974 Templar published. Richard Leonberger did the color photography and printed most of the pictures. Bobby Sosa did some additional printing of pictures. George Gideon took the mug- shots of the students and faculty., Our printer's representative Don Overall made many helpful suggestions. The depart- ment chairmen and club sponsors were especially helpful with the copy for their sections. 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Pitcher Larry Matula lets the ball sail for the plate. Dugout attention is centered on the game. KX!!! ,f-fx' Pitcher Mark Tedford studies the batter Albert Garcia practices his batting. U .ff1, ,,iEg i '-' H vgrq'-rsgai:-ee 4:1 Pitcher Greg Kruciak is set for the de- livery to the plate. Below, Coach Charles Lodes tapes Ronnie Lair's hand to guard against injury. Loosening up is a key in getting ready for the game. 1 Jerry Jones is safe at first base after an attempted pick off in the MCC practice game. Tri-captains for the 1974 team were the only three returning sophomores: Char- les Chapman, Jack Ewing and Ronnie Lair. MP EMPL Jin, mt, mm, ar. . at r r ir Two Sophs return to play gay Allan Jones and Jerry Smith returned to lead the golf team in a successful year. 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The college did not have a women's team this year Frances Garmon is the tennis coach. ll K l I,lllllwlllilwplll ml HH J llllNMI?llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli H Ill .A ESQ. ,A ,W E57 I Q Sym x gig Wi C552 gs ,WJ :mi I -"' E E: SM , 3' HEI 5 7 - H' ,Q Y 5 4 S YQ is H 5 E 'Y M .. an R 1 39+-Q., A ' I-I M? 'Q 'A wi 5.1 Q Q2 59 . 5993 - if ' A lig 551. YY: LE , EQ E EE 3 Q a .ifiibiiu 5-524522 'J ww in Q 32 3. Wi 52 wr 3 f- VN wg ,T Pa N My E za ' E E Ek QE X sgg E we 'E we M was B w 'Q Wg X WE A is mi w "Q' 'f51bHi?f f 1-' 'Q Q ' 552, Q X MM.. . Fd , - X is -w. n A in 1, -1 -.:. . ' me 'ig QE E E. .W H if nu, me lr' .L.,,..W Working hard is a daily practice for tennis team member Bobby Terrell, opposite page. 4 Left, Joseph Antle looks pleased at his return in his tennis match. Mark Wiese practices his return. Handball new intramural sport Jim Stevens looks on as Greg Kruciak re- turns the ball in top photo. Biology instructor Pat Simpson serves the ball as Greg Kruciak watches in the student-faculty doubles. James Crawford attempts to score points in a game of handball. "'+"'r 4 v V TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE invites Texas H i gh School Graduates to Begin Your College Career on the Finest College Campus in Texas ri i ' M591 ,gi Y fx E M ii ,, ,, , sr W ,H S E , ii ii ., , , X W 1 i .:: ' G l :IW New Campus Dormitory Member of, and approved by: Southern Association of Colleges Association of Texas Colleges and Universities Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System Southern Association of Junior Colleges Texas Junior College Association Texas Public Junior College Association Approved for Veterans Training by the Veteran's Administration Best Wishes From Your Friends At TEMPLE ELQRAL COMPANY Phone 778 1304 Kyle Hotel Temple Texas Best Wishes ffm TEMPLE NEWS AGENCY D R. P E P P E R Dr, Pepper l704Industr1al Blvd Borrlm Co Temple Temple. 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Corporation 1305 North 14th Street 2930 Canton Street Temple, Texas 76501 Dallas, Texas 75226 Phone 773-9901 Phone 741-4527 Area Code 817 Area Code 214 DERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN Assocxzrrlon Texnple, Texas "Just the Best Place to Save." Sa+isFac+ion Guaranfeed ' Replacemenl or Moneg Refunded Towne and Country Mall Temple, Texas Compliments of TEMPLE HARDWARE CGMPANY DHL qiflggop 773 5288 16 East Central of Second 8- Central - TEMPLE, mums F t Leopardettes 412 win .. Y .::f'f'-'Ei f-s ..,-r , volleyball competition Doniece Ross of Leopardettes H4 1 returns serve during the intramural volleyball toumament. Teammates Darlene Hundl, left, and Jimmie Daniels, right, watchin photo at extreme left. Sally Villareal gives mental support to Leopardettes H2 team member Marti Fuquay, who tries to stop her opponents from making a score. 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Bruce 773-4162 Loyal Supporter of TJC ,mm,mmm BEIMER'S jewelry and Gifts 1404 South 31st St. T mple Te HARPER-TALASEK FARMERS MUTUAL PROTECTIVE ASSGCIATION UE TEXAS Temple-Kill Fire Extended Coverage 8a Theft I F m 8L City I p t d 1901 H Off 20 S. 4th St P O B 426 T mple,Texa FARRIS PONTIAC GMC, INC. "The People that Appreciate Y B mess" 3rd se Ave. A. Temple 7736891 Since 1895, graduates and their parents have been saying: Get It From 3 5. yy 1 Y if Illll Choice Heavy Beef mlm Charcoal Broiled Daily Served In Our OQ IAQN Dining Room NMA, Open 6 A.M. till 10 P.M. f 802 N. Gen. Bruce Drive K GD f 2 ' -l"l ll'l INHKEIPER3 "Y i 'I' """ " ""' Temple, Texas 778-441 1 C. R E S H A M 'S at 6th OH Adams , drde Dial seventy seven eight Thirteen thirteen 17 South 2115 Sa1es-Service-Rental-Supply Printing Office supplies H N N I EIS John Guillen I N Off. 778-7608 Owner Res. 773-3726 Compliments of TEXAS P0 ER A D LIGHT 204 North Main 773-1541 CD 5' 'Z 4' 1: -IVIIGITV C9 UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS AND J OIN ERS OFAMERICA, LOCAL NO. 1971 FLO YD BO YD Business Representative PAUL BQYD Sales 773-5258 and 503 North General service Bruce Drive Nifsmcx 940 AM RADIO 106.3 FM HEVVETT FUNERAL HOME Continuous Service Since 191 1 773-4567 . 3 Ig-ru wif- - . ' - . - ' :tw:"::.1':. ,, f . .X 1' R14"'i2, 5-itifiiffif I W -g ' 3? 1",,k tw my 521' :J 'rwggi nag' fgee R. Q -A FDIC n---F3 M , .Y l' 1"-1 AQW J if s 7 ntl 3531 My ,f t aff Q. 'st Open Your Checking Account Today And CHECK FIRST FIRST NATIQNAL BAN Firsfinwmple... OF TEMPLE 1'l'ISITlb6I'f.d.i.C. 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Temple's leading department store Compliments of HIERO YMUSPRI TING CCDMPAN Harrison Legan owner 2108 West Ave. H Temple, Texas Telephone 773-4464 Meeting Temple Junior College's Printing Needs Since 1926 We have every kind of school supply you might need - books - TJ C shirts - supplies - gift items TJC Bookstore Arnold Student Union William Matush, Director -fgvwzv U . . . building a better way lil! iii 2 , limi , UQ - TEMPLE NA TIONAL BANK -over 64 years young- Member F.D.I.C. 0 PIZZA HUT MPH - 1530 Thornton Lane "W H 773-1 122 Complete Outfitter for Men 84 Teen Men ll East Central Ave. Temple, Texas Congratulations to the Graduates of 1974 TEMPLE DAILY TELE GRA M THE TEMPLAR STAFF would like to thank Local Advertisers for their Continuing Support. k" ' v 'vw v-- ,, W. . 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