Texas A and M University - El Rancho Yearbook (Kingsville, TX)

 - Class of 1949

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A place had been arranged for these sittings but due to repair workgoing on a new place had to be found. Mrs. Ora Parker, house mother of Seale Hall, didn't want the mess in her lap any more than anyone else. I plainly took advantage of an old friendship and dumped it in her lap. Mrs. Parker was nice about it. This is public thanks for being that way. Who else can one take advantage of ifnot his friends? That incident is typical of the help received generally in preparing this book. There are two others who need thanking. Patricia Holbein and Susan Campbell have the titles associate editor and copy editor after their names. The titles are decep- tive in the extreme. They did everything from sweeping the office floor to formulating policy. Many, many hours were spent at their practically uncompensated jobs. Recognition is due them. v We hope you like this edition of El Rancho. It was meant to please. BILL DUNCAN , 9 , I we may ADMINISTRATION . 1 1-28 CLASSES . . . 27-79 SENIORS . . . . . . 28 GRADUATES . 47 IUNIORS .... . . 48 SOPHOMORES . . . . . 60 FRESHMEN . . . . . 70 WHO'S WHO . 4 80-84 RODEO .... 85-1 19 SPORTS .... 121-168 CORONATION REVIEW 169-188 ORGANIZATIONS . 187-245 STORY OF IORGE . 2 4 5 6-7-120-246-247-248 Wellbaum, Photographer 222151331 1:yTNe 1 t P bl hinq Company 10 1 . of a yqbq Y-5' ,1 81101. T3 11911191511 ,Q 9 'pg 50 LL NC A 1-I I 1511155 41 simsw C 0 -W' B15 '11 D1 1 1qb9 ' . 1011 '1' 5 C0956 so 1111151 I nm .L RANCHO 0? E , 191-9 - ms 1191 1191.9 - I I BIKINI z 'CE 8 Sams fw1N1S'IR-1 ' C110 - 115 91 P1 ifmms . mmm Q I D INDI .AW Q ELF JXNCHO . USTRKES . OF 111115 1110 1110 ES . 19 L19 . ADAXNXSTRRTXON . BL 111110110 . 111111011 .111 111110110 9. 1111115 0011101 OF 1.1115 1.110 1110051111115 , 19 11115 COU-36325 OF 1.1.15 AND 1110115111115 . 191.9 . 101111115111111011 . EL 1111110110 . 111115 110 111011511115 . 191.9 . 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SIMONS GEORGE W. MCCULLEY f 'lf I. E. TURNER EXSTUDENT SECRETARY A 2 7 , 4 's HM' f. .f rv QTY JAMES I-I., COLVIN BUSINESS MANAGER ff -r:-I ii' Nw 1-af f gy.. ww si gm " I Grave' Sansburn Bush Securinq 200 books on Iune ll. 1925. the A61 library has qrown rapidly until today there are approximately 40.000 bound volumes and another 40,000 unbound mcg azinu. Stall includes the Chief Librarian, Fred H. Graves three assistant librarians. Thelma Bush. Frances Dock ary. and William A. Sansburn. tour lull-time clerks and two assistant clerks. Mrs. Ora Parker. Scale Hall: Mrs Bess White. Director of Men's Residences: Mrs. Vivian Erard, Lantana Hall:: Mrs. Lola Keeney, Cousins Hall: Mrs. Ann Collier lavolina Hall X. K 'Q .3 , . 1011. 5 Q he 4K4 ,.. if lh K -, J' "' 11 t"t Y kkwliv- f 0- I ' gif? M E: 'ifl' -4,Jif.3','i fl : 0 5372-.""21'f'g,.'?.:52'f 2 I U 'QLQJ 'Whit 2 -n fT'f"!'f " f-an 9-V' 'shit ff '51,-.4 - . ,.ea"' hs . ,,,, 1 A 4? L. F. CONNELL, Professor of Economics and Chairman of Depqri- ment of Economics, Geography, Sociology, and Director of Divi- -vlf' 4" sion of Arts and Sciences . when A51 Opened in Iune, 1929, Prof. Connell was registrar ' , and associate professor of social science. ' Two and one-half years later, he was promoted to full pro- fessor and to head of the economics and sociology departments, ' 1 Prof. Connell was then associate dean of the cgllege for five years continuing as head of economic and sociology depqn- ments and the newly created geography departments. ln 1947, Pror. Connell was appointed director of the Division of Arts and Sciences. Prof. Connell served as president of the South Texas Division of the Texas State Teachers' Association in 1939. From 1931 through 1946, he was secretary-treasurer of that organization. Golf is Prof. Conne11's hobby, and he plays it regularly. KKK k ' ff' DR. ROBERT D. RHODE, Professor of English and Chairman of English and Iour- w Z5f.,51, g lf.L ig, nalism Department s" Dr. Rhode came to AGI as head of the English and Iouinalism Department in September, 1940. From February, 1943 through April, 1946. he served in the U. S. Navy. Since 1940, the English Department has been offering new and advanced courses and more creative work, has been teaching more hours, and has an increased staff. F l,D.Rhd 'd . ' - -- nonseggglelrlypoerryl o e enyoye tennis bicycling fishing and goose hunting. Now he prefers reading and writing DR. L. W. CHIDESTER, Professor of Music and Chairman of Music Department A v .With A61 since Iune. 1945, Dr. Chidester is largely responsible for re-estabv ' lishing the annual oratorio performance, rebuilding the A61 Choir, raising the V standards of AGI music majors, and for making AGI the headquarters of Region VII of the Interscholastic League. fry A music teacher has so many avenues of outlet through various community channels that he hardly needs a hobby, Dr. Chidester believes. ..-f A ' mi . It 1 -V. fs A ,I , us' X P .xr v '- V., . , 7 x .5 r 2 1 1' X MK' f . is .1 - . 4 f at BROADNAX MAMIE BROWN PAULINE BROWN CAMPBELL CARLY Farm Education EHQUSTI English Enqinegfrjq irglldfulllture cPth'5xSEldE-:SON I-lIfS n u 20 COUSIN Y - J is 5 4 . u t SOCIOIOQ 1 1 l,-ry ,, 1 f f 1 Al De ac sl 1 Depart. 'f Divj. giSlI'Qr ments. '1' five epart. 1947, IS Qnd vision 1931 DTI. 7, S 9 abf the ion ,ity E y N 57 IH al Af COUSINS DEAN DAVIS ELLIQTT GARLAND GASTON GILLIS Sociology Engineering BA MUSIC Chemistry BA English Hpg GOODMAN M, 6 my H , i 4 I 1 , . K , , ff, - I .. f ' ' 5 ns ' R .all f-a tl X " Qfqu f - 1 g' I P -. in - A - W '-f--f - 7 gl, "" ,f 3. 'cv lf L' -A 1 , 4 ,-.. , ,-a P V,,,- g , , wg ' '1- +1 ' . 1. X f' , 1 ' , V E ' A . " Aki? 1 , 13' E4 51 'R+ g I X . D iii L P . 4 1, ALINE MCKENZIE, Professor of Home Economics and Chairman of Home Economics Department An AGI professor for thirteen years, Prof. McKenzie is most satisfied with the 'N 5-in accomplishments of her graduate studenis. For diversion, Prof. McKenzie works with needle-point and painting in oils, and she collects crystal, hand-painted art objects, china and antiques. 4'---' I. E. CONNER, Professor of History and Government and Chairman of History Department A member of the A511 faculty since the opening of the college in Iune, 1925, Prof. Conner was publicity director and dean of men from 1925 to 1934, dean of the college from 1934 to 1942, and chairman of the graduate council from 1936 through 1941. Proud of the friends-and enemies-he has made, Prof. Conner's principal hobbies are people, history, and the Robert I. Kleberg Museum, which he col- lected. DB. I. R. MANNING, Professor of Business Administration and Director of Division of Business Administration Chairman of the AGI Athletic Council from 1929 to 1935, Dr. Manning served as publicity director for A61 from 1934 to 1936. Dr. Manning is glad to have built, with the help of his asso- ciates, a business administration department which is willing and able to render efficient training to students of South Texas. Personally, Dr. Manning is engrossed in his rock home he is planning to build on his recently acquired acreage west of the city. Besides golf, the palm, citrus, peach, and pecan trees on his acreage are Dr. Manning's hobbies. DR, FRANK H. DOTTERWEICH, Professor of Engineering and Director of Division of Engineering Beginning as associate professor of engineering at AGI in 1 September, 1937, Dr. Dotterweich was made a full professor in September, 1941 and director of the department m 1943. The thing uppermost with Dr. Dotterweich has been securing the accrediting of the AGI Engineering Department. For relaxation, Dr. Dotterweich enjoys huntmg and golfing, A. F. GROSS, Professor and Chairman of the Industrial Arts Department A native of Camden, Ohio, Prof. Gross came to A61 as head of his department in September, 1945, from a variety of war-time duties that ranged from developing ceramic battery cases and wares for submarines to visual education coordination at the Sperry Gyroscope Company in New York City. Prof. Gross' time is taken up by his work which includes, besides ceramics, photography, woodworking and met- allurqy. He is a member of several gun and kennel clubs. DR. WILLIAM D. IOHNSON, Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and Acting Chairman of Language Department Dr. Johnson joined the AGI faculty last Iune. Dr. Iohnson has published philosophical articles in Mexican magazines and has published English translations of French and German. . Monitoring foreign short wave programs and collecting rare and original.edi- tions of books on philosophy are Dr. Iohnson's major diversions. 5 if , qi' Y Y . g , if E .fy ' pf GRIMES Hnmrmcx HAUN N. R. HAWKINS R, B, HAWKINS 1 Geography Dietitian Home Economics Industrial Arts An ISU-BBICH lnULN5E?n ' S ngineering OUIHU 4 22 2 IBN 3 A ll IENSON KORGES I I LECKIE LIVINGSTON LOTT Auditor Engineering History Engineering Methodist Bible ,qgjf L- wax ellkq BEN P. BAILEY, IR., Associate Professor of Art Excepting six years in the Army from 1940 to 1946 Prof. Bailey has been a mem ber of the AGI facult since 1936 y . Prof. Bailey is proudest of having talked the tower off Nierman Hall. Believing the tower and Nierman Hall simply were not meant to be together, Prof. Bailey argued his beliefs until the incongruous tower was removed. A former cavalryman who keenl en'o ed ridin horses Prof B ie y 3 y g , . a'1 y now gains pleasure from his work, painting and sculpturing. HUGH PORTER, Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of Mathematics Department Prof. Porter is another original professor of AGI, on the faculty since its beginning in Iune, 1925. Raising dogs and keeping bees are two major sources of pleasure for Prof. Porter. He is especially proud of the fact that Assoc. Prof. Cousins uses him for an example in her sociology classes of the advantages of the husband who possesses culinary skill. Too, Prof. Porter is fond of his own delectable angel-food cakes, parker- house rolls, and lemon jelly cakes. 23 fp DEWEY A. MAYHEW, Professor of HPE, Head Coach and Director of Athletics Q Coach Mayhew came to AGI from a highly successful career as a high school h d ' 't h' t coach. Probably the best year A6fI's iooiball team has a in 1 s IS ory was un- A der Mayhew in 1947. , With Q pilots license gained in 1939, Coach Mayhew trained Army flyers at it " . Maria Air Field during the war. an Y, , gh my :ff fi -sq.-Pi, Y, V. tx- , is fk"Lk,' U' -t 4 gi gs, ,f 'KN t rl C.A. HARWOOD, Bookstore Manager ". . . we have the best bunch of students here that I've seen anywhere," says Mr. Harwood, who has been operating bookstores in colleges since 1923. He came to AGI in September, 1946. Mr. Harwood likes the faculty and environment at AGI also. His hobbies are music and songwriting. it -. , 4 is 'Q C. J ' ' n X ef 1 r A it MAY MIKUS MILLER MOONEY MOORE M CHQ Agriculture Chemistry Physics Engineering Agricultural Ed. Ggvernrif-Sig N IIYEMILLAN Iliggggture 24 Aefic l ' 1 Q . 3 l I s i ,L tr it I1 WZ, NELSON NORTHWAY OLIP Mafhemafff-'S Mathematics HPE B A , '- , 'Fr' - s it 4 DR. l. L. NIERMAN, Professor of Chemistry, Chairman of Chemistry Department, and Director of Division of Graduate Studies With AGI since it began in 1925, Dr. Nierman is proudest of having taught young men and women who have been as successful in living as in their work. "You've got to get old and retire before you can have hobbies," Dr Nierman professed. Nevertheless, he confessed pleasure in tinkering with automobiles and machinery. ' DR. I. DeWITT DAVIS, Professor of Education and Chairman of Education Department Dr.-Davis is "proudest of being an old professor of an old school and of working with fine professors and young students. Never, for a minute, have I been unhappy." Dr. Davis has taught at AGI since the fall term of 1932. This teacher of teachers is also rather proud of his home at 715 West Nettie which was planned and built entirely by the Davis family. Constructed of caliche and cement five years ago, this old-world type hacienda home was built for this culture. climate, and vegetation, as well as for the activities of the dwellers. ' For fun, Dr. Davis versifies and plays tennis. A. F. DOERFLER, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds An avid movie photographer oft duty, Mr. Doerfler has come to love AGI in his three years here and plans to make this campus one of the most beauti- ful in the state. Mr. Doerfler plans to follow the pattern he used at Texas Lutheran Col- lege, of planting trees and shrubs particularly adapted to this climate and chosen to give the utmost in attractiveness. He has begun this work and uses waste water from the remodeled swimming pool for irrigation of the campus. 25 HANT PERRY Agriculture Agriculture ROBERTS RUSSELL 2 E: I. DELMAR ASHWORTH, Assistant Professor of Icurnalism and Director of Publicity Among the many fields in which Prof. Ashworth has workpd he lists news- rt nt. paper and editorial work, publicity and public relations as- mos . lmpo a He wants to coordinate and bring about a closer relationship between A6I's d alism in high schools in the area in order to offer better ser- journalism an journ - I vice to high schools and interest more students in the field. Prof. Ashworth hopes to ' ' ' 1' clinics in the high schools. accomplish this through more and better jouma ism g . Professor and Chairman of the Department of Health V Dr. Brinley who recreates himself by flying and s ' ' ' , ' , . ports part1c1 t1 , gtmfggsgilsdgtggllfpgagnh thecliglvy frgqm 15543 to 1946. He has held: ptbrsitiggj ers e, , before coming to AGI in 1946. eg ew ersey and Great Neck, New York, y Dr. Brinley has published articles in several professional journals. FISHER Education VANDERVOORT BA 5, 117 WHITE SMITH SOUTH Di rr' B t' rB'bI - SPUTWN STEWART . e 1 ran Cglziis 1 e Mathematics English English I XQVINFIZEY gnc tura peec 26 Education 'Ublicjfy news. ' AUS OPGS to Ols. :- N K' I ,1' L xx 'wi 1.-vi HQ 'evi- af" al qi 'P , 1 ef ' I pf If 3 W' f nf' . . f 6 f' , F 7 5 y, wx K if , I 5 , X . - f X X ' X - A l f ' f ,K im 4 . Q., fmi wgiqgb 'W , ,, Mwhw, N m. 7 . , ig, Qvf,wnW,A Law , ,I , ,, .yi ,IQ V In Y V K, ,f " ,ftffa ' ,im ' I I , ' , g f- f' Q Q , M M f W it-f ,1 ff 2 5 s. i 'ILJERIC BUNTRO A-QA 1 J-C ' n 47 t,,u: ,pVl', aff' 'I xlxllun I 'sfYl, .,.:'.S' ',' ' xow.' ev ,I . J, X MARIAN IEAN MCCCD Secretary O A G I, 3, I I I ff, N I . I' v 0 ,tix 7 4 gd K5 SPI Ov' ,. ,A ' ' I -X5 ,f s. J y 4 J 0 A ' - S.. A '1 " 0 ' fy K X '. ' f .L , 1 1 4 fffx .4 W f ' I I ' 'f' ' o - . ,f 1 Representat ' to udent Council 4 , ,o'1"- ' X . FB.- f0' , I !"v o :'-"..- Wg gi W ' 1. ' ya Il. 5 4 , f W1 Ll mint! ii?" W 2' ' " fl , als 'sv gli, 'iv Mxwq, ' , x4 BER U f fr 1 xv o , f A 2ss"X! 5 x ink ,.. ft ,tiff '-M ji . el:-:Q lg aye.-.. ,,. , E I ...I 7.4 1 U, A 314 I I 5' Iliff: s I I ' 'fini' ul if ig' I sf' f golf i lx .J , 1 .1 . I , i . ' . ji Ii '- ADAMS, CECIL THOMAS, Mertzon Business Administration. ADAMS IMOGENE. Emory I - , Al ha sigma-secretary W.lR.A., Home IEIgo?1E:nElEiEEmCrl1n.IES-hares., Kappa Omicron Phil - pres., Cousins Hall Council. AIKEN, BRUCE TANSILL, Brovfnsville . 5 -g Q' n, Alpha Chi - reporter Delta giIai1LraesghiAf-msgcieltgriyj, BBA Club - reporter, V'eterans Association. ALaRecl-lr, TOMETTA Louise, Kingsville U Business Administration. Beta Gamma-treas., Footlights club, BBA Club. ALLISON, C. W., Corpus Christi Chemical Engineering. Alpha Chi, American Chemical Society-Student Affiliate- ALTMAN, CALVIN W., Yorlctown Vocational Agricultural Education. Angle Club. FFA- ANDERSON, WESLEY GENE, Woodsboro Business Administration. ANDREWS, EARLE C., JR., Tatt Agricultural Education. Aggie Club-reporter, FFA. ANDRUS, RICHARD W., JR., Alice Natural Gas Engineering. Alpha Chl, Alpha Phi Omega ' l American Chemical Society, Regular Engineers, Natura Gas Engineering Association, Geology Club, Veterans Association. APPLINC-3, WILLIAM H., El Campo Business Administration. Delta Sigma Chi, BBA Club. ARREDONDO, JOAQUINN, Kingsville General Engineering. Electrical Engineers Club. ARTUS, PAUL, Poth Secondary Education. BAKER, K. ROYCE, Alice Natural Gas Engineering. BAIRRINGTON, JARRELL D., Freer Biology. AAI Band-vlce-pres., A Capella Choir, A6.l Dance Orchestra. BARBER, THOMAS E., Tivoli Natural Gas Engineering. BAXTER, WALTER, L., Batesville Business Administration. BBA Club, Baptist Student Union, Veterans Association. BEASLEY. FRANCIS A., Chase Business Administration. BECK, RICHARD F., Alice Chemistry. Adi Band. BAGNALL, GEORGE C., Calallen Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club, Geolcgy Club - Pres. BARTLEY, ARTHUR N., Ladonia Natural Gas Engineering. Alpa Chi, BECKER, RANDOLPH A., Donna Physics. Alpha Chi, Gamma Delta - vice-pres., AGI Banda Vets. Assoc., Adil Bowling League, Lamp-Lighters -lea er. BEDDOE, MELVIN T., San Juan Agriculture. Aggie Club. BENNACK, GENE E., Raymondville Chemistry. Kappa Kappa Psi, All Band-pres., A6.I Dance Band. BENNETT, GLADYS AZALENE, Corpus Chris+i English. BERNARD, FRED G., Mercedes Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club, Natural Gas Engineers Assoc., Adil Band, Delta Chi Chapter-Alpha Phi Omega - pres., AGI Dance Orchestra. BOHL, GEORGE A., Devine Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA, Newman Club, wana Tau Alpha, Vets. Assoc., Student Council, Who's o. BOHNER, RQSWELL J., JR., san Beni+o Natural Gas Englneerlng., V BOLIN, BYRON E., Sunny Side Agricultural Education. BOLZLE, GLENN MACY, Harlingen Business Administration. BBA Club, Footlighters Club. BOOTHMAN BILLIE BETH Kin sville 9 Elementary Ed'ucation. Alpha Bigma, Home Economics Club, Robert J. Kleberg History Club, Future Teachers of America. - BOOTHMAN, HERSCHEL L., Kingsville Business Administration. BBA Club, Vets. Assoc. BOWNDS, JOHN H., Utopia Agricultural Education. Aggie Club - ViC6-PFCS-, FFA '- Pres., Alpha Tau Alpha. BRADFIELD, ROBERT E., Sealy Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club, Natural Gas Engineering Assoc. BRITSCH, CLINTON H.. Hondo Chemistry. Engineers Club-pres.-sec-treas., Lutheran Student Assoc.-vice-pres. BROSSETTE, LUELLA JEAN, Kmgsvulle I H Biology. Wesley F-'oundatIon-vice-pres.-recreation chair- man-Lantana rep., Delta Theta-rush Capt-T F00t"9h'S Club. Future Teachers of America, Who's Who, ASSOC- Women Students-treas. BUNTROCK, ROBERT E., Mercedes ' Business Administration. Kappa Sigma NU " vagal' Senior Class -- vice-pres., BBA Club - PTUS-. Alpha li Who's Who. if ,..,.. , , 1 , 'B 2 ? 19 'Q '1- A Q L X - M .5 4 f, ',f,, ,, ,. ','v.e, . , iw-, ,, . H ,' ' , ,,'yV ,,',..,, f ff, fu ,., ,wr ,uf wf 'f fx- .ff ff' fp ' 3 f ff ff , .V ,ff ,L ,V M7 +-Jw 322' 0 , .f I, L.. ., 4, ,f ,ff l ' L fi? , , ,V 0,4 ,Q , 15 ..f' X, A pf f ,fff,,f , X, ,,f,, ,,, ,,,,,!,, , f, fp I ,. f f , ,fl ff wma , if 'My ,,, ,, ,XI 4 ,fffff ,fy 7 Aff, ff! f fm Kfff ,fx ff., 1, yyg ,ff meta? J of M f ,X 7 9 Q f f . A 1 , ax ' f z 4, if Q f' 5, , 1 lf , .f Z 5 fha ffl X 4' :L Z M, ara ,V , 1 Z V V f,,kV ff 4. , , Qing: M, yi if 4 1 T ' X 'W' 'E' ,A Lw., N 771 E. 'X uv 1 iii e ,:5 5 , f -Z1 r ini IJ if ' i 5 I ,-1 C-. if W 1 4 A , I K ' 1 1 'I we i 32 Rus JOHN E McAllen BUR -1 . Business. Administration. Kappa slgma NU-treas- BURTNER, FRED W.. Sgndfxlocncflfnci ' Administration. U , - Eggiireifs Senior Class-pres., Whos Who. BURTON LIONEL N. Pleasanton Nam,-al GAS Engineering. Alpha Phil Omega, American Chemical Soclety. CADDEN, JAMES M., Victoria Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club. CAMPBELL, LUCIUS M., Kingsville lndustrial Arts. CAMPOS, RAUL S., Los Saenz Agricultural Education. CARDENAS, CARLOS, Mirando City Business Administration. Anahuac Club Javelina Hall House Councll, Newman Club, BBA Club - reporter CARDENAS, INDALECIO, J., JR., San Anlonio Electrical Engineering. KARNEY, NELSON M., San Antonio Physlcs CARSON, Harry T., Kingsville Physics. Alpha Chi-vlce-pres., Engineers Club, '.'T" Assoc.-pres., Student Council, Junior CIass-vice- pres., Who's Who. CAUSBY, HOWARD W., Corpus Christi Natural Gas Engineering. Alpha Phi Omega, Natural Gas Engineering Assoc. CHIMINATTO, MARTIN J., Beaumoni- Industrial Arts. CRESTMAN, MILDRED FRANCES, Raymondville Business Administration. BBA Club, Pl Kappa Epsilon beale Hall House Council - pres.-sec. CLARK, DENISE DESIERRE, Alice Business Administration. BBA Club, Alpha Chl CLARK. ERNEST cz., Talco Business Administration. BBA Club, Alpha Chi. CLARK. KATHRYN LOUENIA, Alice Secondary Education. CLAYBROOK. ROBERT A., Washington, D. C. Business Administration. SIQQLSQQ. GEORGE o., Uvalde Y- 0 ert J. Kleberg History Club, Press Club reporter, Vets. Assoc-, Pl Kappa Delta, Debate Team. 1 pres., Yell ' I CHRAN HAROLD D Cor us Chrisii CO PII h Ph' O .I P A rlculture. p. a I mega Aggie Cl b W f ' ' Yguth Fellowship, FFA, Adil 'OrchestraIJ ' es mlmster COCK, ALBERT L., Corpus Christi Engineering. COFIELD, WILLIAM W., Granger Natural Gas Engineering. COGDILL, ALVIN B., Kingsville Secondary Education. Kappa Sigma Nu, Lantana Corona- tion Committee, The South Texan, The Flustler-art ed. COLLINS, EVELYN B., Falfurrias Elementary Education. COOPER, THADIUS L., Alhens Natural Gas Engineering. COQUAT, H. JANEILLE, Three Rivers Business Administration. COOK, GUY W., Freer ' Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club, Natural Gas Engineering Assoc., Dorm 1-intramural mgr. COOK, JAMES M., Independence, Mo. Engineering. CRAMER, ROBERT L., Harlingen Business Administration. CUELLAR, LUCILLE, McAllen .Home Economics. CYSEWSKI, RICHARD J., Lincolnwood, III. C-hemistry. Newman Club-parl., American Chemical So- ciety, Vets. Assoc., AGI Band. DANIEL, WILLIE MAE, Mission l Home Economics, Alpha Sigma-hlst.-pres.-312156 Lantana rep., Kappa Omicron Ph:-vice-pres., 0 Economics Club-treas. DAVIS, JAMIE JEAN, Premont Natural Gas Engineering. oEAvER, ALBERT B., Bishop N - t F. Chemistry. Engineers Club, Karma Qlgma Nu repo' e DELMAN, RUTH, Corpus Christi Business Administration. DOVE, WILLIAM L., Oakville Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, F-F'-A- DOWE, FRANK C., KingsviIIe Physics. Engineers Club. 4 I ,lIf'5.e'f.g' -, I 5 8 f s ' I 'M , . x 5 ff 4 1 In '11 X ,t ng "vw 1,1 b l 'fig' . ,-ifttlobhx 'W ' I , ,H . "T.XI1N 1' ' ff A"I'a ,. urlzwx , , ,f, 'v I ' .v ' 'Hin 0, n in i N Y 'y f " .f.g.l,'4 f . K f.. 'x ,171 - V HA , X, V 'lbw . jg- ,Q .,. .M J.: X. 3' W. , 14 J 12: '- 'Q I I W A ' A a 4 7 ,fz,L.,4.' 4 . f W I ai I CQJW1, 33 f ff fm ' f - for up I III' .exif L-'L In ,i I , ., , 9 . s ii Q xl Q"'fAA .fs 1 U ' K' J ,. Cf -:,::gE::: ,,-M.. ... , f , ,ray I ' ff, f ,,r, 'Mis' ,g ,, '94 f ,, , V 1 ff.,..-w.,.n-i- f I I X If li ', iff 'ffffff ,, ffffff ' M74 . ,fwffmj , "VXA, .psf AN ' Q.. .V H .P -Z hh N .ZA Q 1 4 mx. N 2 1 Al J ouaosc, RUBY ETHEL. Sini-on . ' 't ation. BBA Club, Robert -J.. Kleberg E,If::g.efsc?udbr225:,:- Cousins Hall House Council-parl.- treas., Alpha Sigma- DUDMAN, BETTY JOYCE, Ingleside Home Economics. DUDMAN. ROY L., Alice Physlcs. DUNCAN, WILLIAM E., Devine Journalism. Press Club-vice-pres., El Rancho-ed., Ex- Student News-ed.. The aouth Te Rustler-book ed., Whos WHO- xan-circ. mgr., The DURBIN, JOSEPH Riviera Business Administration. ELROD, DARDUS J., Uvalde Vocational Agricultural Education. Aggie CIub-king- treas., FFA, Rodeo Club "T" ASSOC. ERMLER, PAUL R., FIoresviIIe Aggie Club-sec., FFA-parl., Vets. Assoc. FULK, RAYMOND W., Cuero Engineering. FINCK, HOMER C., Runge Mathmatics. Alpha Chi-vice-pres., Wesley Foundation- vice-pres. FINTO, MARVIN W., Yorktown Vocatlonal Agricultural Education. Aggle Club - treas.- kin FFA Alh ChiBtltStdtUi Alh Q, , pa , aps uen non, pa Tau Alpha. FLORES, RAUL, Edinburg Physical Education. FOELKER, HENRY E., Rio Hondo Electrlcsl Englneerlng. Newman Club, Engineers Club. FOWLER, HOWARD G., McAIIen Business Admlnistrstlon. Tennls Club - vice-pres., BBA Club. FRANK, ROGER C., Corpus Christi History. AAI Band, Alpha Chi, Robert J. Kleberg Hlstory Club, AGI Dance Orch. FRANKLIN, ELBERT W., JR., KingsviIIe Eflfllneering. Engineers Club. FRANKLIN, JOY HAYES, Kingsville Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Alpha Sigma, Pl Kappa Epsilon, Dawson House Council--pres., Assoc. Women Students-rep. FROMME, ARCHIE L., Goliad Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA. FRYER, WARD L., Harlingen Eflulneerlng. Aggle Club, Vets. Assoc. GAFFORD, ROBERT H., Kingsville Natural Gas Engineering. GOHLKE, ALDO W., Weesatche Vocational Agricultural Education. A99 e Club GAMBILL, MAX R., Guthrie Business Administration. GARCIA, EUGENE, San Antonio Agriculture. Anahuac Club. GARRE A g HTTI, AL V., Center Point Agallguculrg. Education. Alpha Tau Alpha FFA treas GARZA, FRANCISCO R. Geor e West Business Administration. I g GARZA, REFUGIO S., Mission History. GARZA, LUIS JR., Santa Elena Agricultural Education. Anahuac Club GATES, ROLAND A., LaPryor Agricultural Education. JAMES, GERALD, Kingsviiie Natural Gas Engineering. CHISELIN, ROSS R., Houston Agriculture. El Rancho-photographer GONZALEZ, J. M., Kingsvilie Spanish. GOMEZ, RAYMOND, Bryan Health and Physical Education. GOODE. ROBERT G. GRIFFIN, SAMUEL S., Los Fresnos Gas Engineering. GRIGG, JOSEPH B., Manchester N H Art. Alpha Chi, Sketch Club-pres., t reporter. 5,- GREEN, JACK, Corpus Christi Engineering. HAAK, LEE R., Kem.-ay s Health and Physical Education. I I2 .Ins Q-Y I if 6 I Q. X f .V A lvl' I I I r X I. ix., j I Tn 5 skin 'H M ' HADDICK, JACK A., Freeport History Robert J. Kleberg History Club-Pres.-hist., The South TCXBYI- HAERTIG, HARLON A., Wooclsboro Natural Gas Engineering. , ROBERT E., Center Point T:-iatiiihiijl Education. FFA, Aggie Club- IA ISABEL, H bb 'll Alpha Chi. BEA rglrrllll. eVets- Assoc. HARDWICKE, NORMAN L., San Antonio I I E l ring. Alpha'Phl Omega American giigmiggl Sogigtrygtudent Affiliate-sec., Veyts. Assoc. HARRIS, ANNE, Orlando, Fla. HI . R b t J. Kleberg History Club, International Relaginglns Cclufal, Lantana House Councll, Alpha Chl. HARSDORFF, wlLsoN F., Lake Jackson Journalism. Press Club-reporter, vice-pres., Vets. Assoc., Junior Class-reporter, The South Texan-ed., clrc.-mgr., Who's Who. HASDORFF, FRED L., San Antonio Agricultural Education. Newman Club-vice-pres., Aggle Club, FFA, Alpha Chi. HART, JUSTIN L., Pleasanton Agriculture. Aggie Club. HAZLETT, DWIGHT, Aransas Pass guslness Administration. Vets. Assoc., Alpha Chl, BBA lub. HENRICHSON, MARY LOU, Artesia Wells Home Economics. Delta Theta, Home Economics Club, Footlldghts Club, FFA sweetheart, Future Teachers of America, Lantana Lady. HEATON, BETTY KATHRYN, Edinburg Home Economics Education. HEFFNER, GEORGE W., Elrama, Pa. Business Administration. BBA Club, Delta Sigma Chi. HERBEL, CARLTON H., San Antonio Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA. HILL, ROBERT B., Lalce Jaclrson ghefnlstry. Chemistry Round Table, Religious Council, hristian Youth Fellowship, American Chemical Society. HILLIARD, JOHN V., JR, Tag Electrical Engineering. Engirieers Club, HINKLEY' JAMES C-. Los Fresnos B - , CIJUSBTCEZstgcfiiraiinqlisiaisragttiirdi Alpha Chi. BBA Club, Press ers-pres, ent Union Council, Cub Report- HIRZEL. WALTER E., McAllen BUSIUCSS Admi ' Q ' Tennis Club, Anlshzatpgohri' cY':1i5daAssoc.-treas., BBA Club, HOLBROOK, ROBERT L., 5... Anfon., Vocational Agricultural Education. HOOPER, SIDNEY O., Donna .il,i::.:g2a2:sJrg.- The South Texan, The Hog Call-bus.-mgr., HOWARD, MARY ANNETTA, Kingsville Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Alpha Chl- wafes'-SCC-. Kappa Omicron Phi-corres.-sec., Who's o. HOWARD, ROZETTA LORRAINE, Kingsville Health and Physical Education. Women's Recreational Assoc.-pres., HPE Club-parl.-pres. HOWETT, MICHAEL, V., Batesville Mathematics. HRANITZKY, WALTER W., Halletsville Physics. HRNCIR, OSCAR J., Robstown Art. Vets. Assoc., Sketch Club, Alpha Phl Omega, Alpha Chi, The Ruustler-art ed., El 'Rancho-art ed., Press Club, Footlights Club, Lantana Coronation Comm. HUBBARD, HENRY A., Donna Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club. HUBBARD, IDA MAE, La Feria Secondary Education. Women's Recreational Assoc.- pres., A Capella Choir. HUFFMAN, FAYE LYNETTE, Tivoli Secondary Education. HUIE, EVELYN LAVERNE, San Benilo Secondary Educatlon. HUMPHRIES, JACK W., San Antonio Industrial Arts. ISHMAN, WILBER V. JR., Premont Business Administration. Alpha Chi, BBA Club. JONES, HARRY C., Mercedes Elementary Education. JONES, ROBERT B., Lubbock Busines Administration. Baptist Student Union, Vets. Assoc., BBA Club. JOHNSON, CHARLES E., Normandy Agricultural Education. KAUFFER, THEODORE L., Chris+obaI, Canal Zone Business Administration. KETTL, HENRY G., Beaumont Natural Gas Engineering. Alpha Phi Omega. ..- . . ..,,,..,,,Q, ,is 3" 5.5. S 5, A . 0 Q 4" 'af ,a of I is .yi I i ffvfii A j Qs,Qg:3:5,i5 1 F:-fi. , 43' ' . 3.5123 1 "tif ii , . i , ,,1 l W N is 4 ,, ' Ji.-if B50 fp. W. ,722 ,. W fx X. E 5 . l X Y 5' , 4? . : Tig' ' , J' ld ' fi -: 41 .QB if If G M x I5 fs N 1 X I f ily I f mgizssiffrfs 4 , '5 . 5 5 ,J ai: C' A nu if " 3 ,, v :L xxx f., ,fi i 11 I fa S' llllq I ll QIYSI 1.4 L V. ,wif W' 2.33, V V K. 'I' 'I .fe as . f, I? N I H 4 ii b vt Hg. , - 3' gi - 4 ' . Q N 4, -Q i s J' . ff A ,Iv , q 4' r K X 9 'E. 1-.. . 'S , , I if s 'r 13 A X I ,f I , J., KILLOUGH. OLIVER L-- FaYeHeVI"e Agriculture. Aggie club' KOENIG, LOUIS J., Cuero Kappa Sigma Nu-SCC. KORG-Es. ANGELINE. Kzngsvaiie History Robert J. Kleberg History Club-sec.-treas. KOSAREK, NORMAN T., Po+I1 Business Administration. AIPI18 Phi Omega, BBA Club, Intramural. KUEHN, WILLIAM WOOD, San Antonio Agriculture. KYGER, WILLIAM M., Henderson Natural Gas Enoineerino- Engineers Club- LAIR, THEODORE MARK, Greenville Chemistry. LEARY, ROBERT G., Laredo Natural Gas Engineering. "T" Assoc.-rep., Who's Who, Alpha Phi Omega, Natural Gas Engineers Assoc., Amer- ican Chemical Society-Student Affiliates-treas. LEIGH, J. FRANK, Premont Animal Husbandry. Aggie Club-treas., pres., Alpha Tau Alpha, Alpha Chi, Who's Who. LE MER, EVELYN MARIE, Corpus Christi English. Forensic Society. LINCECUM, BILLY HERSCHEL, Kingsville Natural Gas Engineering. LITTLE, TYNER WILLIS, JR., Dilley Business Administration. BBA Club, Veterans Assoc.-- parl., pres. E. C. Boys Dormitories. LIVELY, MAY MEDORA, San Antonio Secondary Education. Beta Gamma-historian. lgOCIiWOOD, MRS F. G., Laredo panis . LORFING. ELWYN H., Hallettsville Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA, Alpha Chi. LOVELACE, GEORGE L., Corpus Christi Business Administration. Alpha Chi, BBA Club, LUCAS, MARY ELLEN, La Feria Epksgness Adlnistratlon. Alpha Sigma-corresp. sec., BBA MAI-ION, ERNEST C., JR., Dilley Cgiicuxbiural Education. Aggie Club-song leader, FFA- .. cts. Assoc., Alpha Tau Alpha, Kappa Sigma Nu, MARTIN, LOUISE WATERS, Beeville Elementary Education. MARQUIS, GERALD L., Cuero Mathematics-Electrical Engineering. Engineers Cpub... reporter, Freshman Class-reporter, Electrical Engineer. ing Assoc. MARTINEZ, Jessie s., Raymondville 'T' Chemical Engineering. American Chemical Society- Student Affiliate, Engineers Club, Anahuac Club-ores. MASON, MARILYN, Brownsville Business Administration. MARSTERS, JUDSON F., Kingsville Biology. MATTYS, WILBERT, Wharton Vocational Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA, Newman, Club. MESSIMER, KATHLEEN KNIGHT, Beeville Home Economics. Alpha Sigma, Baptist Student Union, Hom Economics Club. MIKA, ROBERT J., Kirkwood, Mo. Electrical Engineering. MILLER. JAMES F., Refugio Chemistry. MILLS, RICHARD D., Kingsville Natural Gas Enineering. Engineers Club, Vets. Assoc., Natural Gas Engineering Assoc. MIORI, SYLVAN L., Victoria Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA, "T" Assoc. MITCHELL, ROBERT J., McAllen Business Administration. MOELLER, ALVIN H., Corpus Christi Business Administration. BBA Club, Vets. Assoc., Alpha Chi-Treas. MOORE, LAEL G., San Antonio Industrial Arts. Press Club, The ,South Texan-photog., El Rancho-photog. ed., The Rustler-photog ed.. Delta Sigma Chi. MORRISON, ERNEST L. JR., Alice Business Administration. MOURSUND, YVONNE MAXINE, San Antonio Business Administration. Delta Theta, Assoc. Women Students, Cousins Hall House Council--pres., Robert J. Kleberg History Club, BBA Club, Footllghts Club. MUCKLEROY, MARGARET ANN, Tafl' Animal Husbandry. Aggie Club, Rodeo C'IUb, Lantana Hall House Council. MUNGERSON, WILLIAM L., Raymondville Agriculture. MYERS, JACK T. Floresvilie U Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, Alpha Chi, FFA. MCCLAUGHERTY, GEORGE w.. Kingsville Business Administration. Kappa Sigma Nu, Vets. Assoc., BBA Club. McCOLLOM, JOHN W.. Beevme Physics. McCONNlCO, MARIAN JEAN, Gregory Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Delta Theta, Tennis Club, Scale Hall House Council-pres., Aggie Sweetheart, Delta Sigma Chi Sweetheart, Assoc. Women tudents Council, Lantana Lady, Lantana Queen, Who's Who, Senior Class-sc., Natural Gas Engineering Assoc., Lantana rep. McCULLEY, GEORGE W., Kingsville Business Administration. McKEE, OLIVER W., Ennis Business Administration. McKlNNEY, EDWARD R., San Beni+o Agricultural Education. FFA-vice-pres., Aggle Club, Alpha Tau Alpha. McCLEOD, DWIGHT E., Kerrville Business Administration. MCCLOUD, EDNA JOYCE, Kingsville Journalism. Press Club, EI Rancho-bus. mgr., The South Texan-soc. ed., Delta Theta. McMULLEN, EDWARD L., San Antonio Agricultural Education. FFA-vice-pres., Aggie Club, Alpha Tau Alpha. McNElL, WILLIAM T., Edna Business Administration. Alpha Chi, BBA Club, "T' Assoc. McVEY, DAVID T., Twinkle City Animal Husbandry. Aggie Club-treas.-pres., Vets As- sociation-treas.-state delegate, Alpha Tau Alpha-nat'l delegate, Rodeo Club, Alpha Chl, FFA. NACCARATO, VICTOR T., Corona, Kan. Health and Physical Education. NELSON, JOHN S., Hubbard Agricultural Education, ISEQITECF7, JOSEPHINE IRA, Corpus Christi A l NICHOLSON. FRANKLIN D., Beeville Chemistry. NOBLE, JAMES S., Carrizo Springs Animal H 5 . Assoc' Us andfy. Student Council, why, Who' ..-r. NORWOOD. WARREN Jesse Ar Mathematics A15 Band - - ' Ice . ' , . Religious C 'l muh' P' Kappa Epsilon-hist Footiinhil . Cantebury Alpha Pai Omega, " 'Q s Club-rep, NUTT, KENNETH W., Beeville Electrical Engineering. OLIVER, DANIEL B., Harlingen lndustrlal Arts. Alpha Phi Omega. ORTMAN, BETTY MERLE, Orange Grove Home Economics. Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha Chi Hom Economics Club, Lutheran Students Assoc., Religion? Council. OWEN, OPAL ALTINA, Sinion Home Economics. Home Economics Club, Women's Re creation Assoc., Baptist Student Union. OWEN, JOHN T., Raymonclville Business Administration. PARK, ORAN E., Taft Electrical Engineering. PARR, NORVIN G., JR., Raymondville Health and Physical Education. 'Health and Physical Education Club-pres. PERKINS, PEGGY JANE, Kingsville Business Administration. Delta Theta-pres., BBA Club --Lantana rep., Alpha Chi, Inter-sority Council, Inter- national Relations Club. PERRENOT, ROBERT L., Corpus Christi History. Robert J. Kleberg History Club, International Relations Club, "T" Assoc. PHILLIPS, ANDREW R., New Yorli, N. Y. Economics. PORTER, VERNON M., U+opia Agricultural Educatlon. Aggie Club. FFA. POTTER, JOHN D., Yoalcum Business Administration. International Relations Club Wesley Foundation, A Capella Choir-bus. mgr.-parl., The Rustler-bus. mgr., Alpha Chi-pres. PRICE, JOE F., Brownsville Vocational Agricultural Education. PRIEST, BARBARA LEE, Alice History. Delta Theta, Adi Band-sweetheart-twlrler, Robert J. Kleberg History Club, Little Symphony, Cousins Hall House Council. RAINBOLT, WILLIAM A., Kingsville Business Administration. Kappa Sigma Nu, BBA Club. RAMERT, FRANK F., Harlingen Business Administration. RAMSEY, MARY JANE, Premonl Business Administration. RAMSEY, CLEVELAND T., JR., Premonl Natural Gas Engineering. Natural Gas Engineering ASSOC- -pres., Engineers Club. K 'jx X. il ' 1 i Y,'i5,L, .3-ni 21-"wifi A i""'f I 1 'TV' It FWLSP' - TY Tw" F'-YW ,e B 5, " x VN H I I Ii Q. 1 'M , A. xx nh I X. s 4 RAMIREZ, GILBERTO M., Kingsville Business Admlnistration. RAMIREZ, JUAN M., Laredo Business Adminlstration. BBA Club, Laredo Club-treas vice-pres. RAMIREZ, MARIA DELCIA REDFORD, HOLLIS ANNETTE, Harlingen Elementary Educatlon. Future Teachers.of America- vice-pres., Cousins Hall House Council-vlc-pres., Alpha Slgma, Inter-sorority Council-rep. REED, ELMO D., JR., Kennedy i Natural Gas Engineering. Natural Gas Englneermg Assoc. REIFF, IRVING R., Brownsville Education. PI Kappa Epsllon-pres., Wesley Foundation treas., Future Teachers of America, Robert J. Kleberg History Club, Alpha Chi. RHODES, ALVAH M., Tulsa, Olde. Chemistry. RICHARDS, MATTIE MAE, Combes Journalism. Student Councll-sec., Press CIub-vlce- pres.-Sweetheart, Alpha Slgma-sec., Alpha Chi, The South Texan-assoc. ed., Cousins Hall House Council- pres., Who's Who. RICHARDS, WILLIAM B., JR., Paris Natural Gas Englneering. Engineers Club-vlce-pres., Kappa Sigma Nu, Natural Gas Engineering Assoc. RICHARDSON, ZETTA MARIAN, San Benito Business Admlnlstratlon. Varsity Hall House Councll- treas., Seals Hall House Councll, Phi Theta Kappa- vlce-pres., BBA Club, Alpha Chi. RITCHIE, CHARLES H., Buffalo, N. Y. Chemistry. , ROBERSON, WELDON A., Devine Vocatlonal Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA, Rodeo Club, Baptist Student Unlon. ROGERS, JOEL E., Corpus Christi Business Admlnistratlon. ROMO, YSAYRA G., Hebbronville Elementary Education. RUSSELL, JACKIE P., Santa Rosa Business Administration. RYAN, IRA F., Pm... Allficultural Education Aggie club ' I FFA AI I1 Ch' Alpha Tau Alpha, Vets. Assoc., Wesley Foundalatign. 'Y SABLATURA Chemical EnglneEr?rY'N J" Agua Dulce SALAZAR. ANTONIO Electrical Engineering. Alphlgyngl-Ill, SCHLABACH, PERRY E., Woodsb,-,fo Engineering. Lutheran Students-pres. SCHMIDT, DON, Menlone History. Robert J. Kleberg Hi t Cl - Foundation, Vets. Assoc. S My uh pres" wesmy SCHMIDT, DORIS BENNIGHT, Ingleside Home Economics. Wesley Foundation-treas AI ha Sigma-sec., Home Economics CI b-' - ,U p Omlcron Phi-reporter. U wee pres ' Kappa SCHMIDT, ROBERT L., Mission Business Administration. BBA Club. SCHORRE, CHARLES E., Sinion Natural Gas Engineering. A8f.l Band, Engineers Club, Natural Gas Engineering Assoc. SCHROEDER, ELSIE ANN, Hebbronville Business Admlnistratlon. SCHUBERT, MILBURN C., Kingsville Business Administration. BBA Club, Engineers Club, Gamma Delta. '- SCHULTE, MELVIN R., Hondo Business Administration. BBA Club, Lutheran Students Assoc., Vets. Assoc. SCHULTZ, HOWARD G., Aransas Pass Health and Physical Education. SCHWEERS, LEANN, Housion Spanish. SCOTT, HOWARD W., Corpus ChrisI'i Natural Gas Engineering. Engineers Club, Vets. Assoc., Natural Gas Engineering Assoc.-jr. sec. SHAW, MARTHA CATHERINE, Woodsboro English. Pi 'Kappa Epsllon, Alpha Chi, Newman Club, Forenslc Society. SHAW, MARGARET RUTH, Woodsboro English. Newman Club-sec., Pi Kappa Epsilon, Inter- national Relatlons Club. SMITH, NANCY Business Administration. SMITH, ROBERT R., Abilene Engineering. SMITH, WANDA LOU, Lyford Health And Physical Education. SMITH, WILLIAM T., Edna Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, Alpha Chi, FFA, Delta Sigma Chl. SMITH, WINIFRED L., Poriland Business Administration. BBA CIUD, Baptist Student Union-pres., Delta Sigma Chi, Religious Councll-pres., Student Council-pres., Engineers Club, Campus Choir, Freshman Class pres., Who's Who. I 1 I 7 r I I X . . 1 7, 3, I I s J. , . '4' 'EW1 1 ., ff ' in ,, Q 1 91 5 X- ,J 1- , . it s N . r ' f f 3 , l F 2 '. I 'X T agen' . Q- 'Qi 1 V qi J j 1 ig S Qtr? A 1 yt I 1 .-ti. ' l "' gk? I , I ls.. if I Q .1 I of M6 A W 1' f I. " - X f ' 5 Q--f-'V f ff is J- J, . I ,, L34 ' - ' , -,f iff' f f 4 , ff f f 1., , . ' ' , ,w4Q f',,.zfff'fie1A , , , ,f , ,f z74.N,. 5 f I Q I - 27241 f . p , 'XMAS X f m f f f ,f2fQfW,f' , f ' ' .7 , I Q7,C',,Z,Oj , V f .1 1 'Z ,gy ,Qi f f , , I ,I ' f f f ,HQWZZV ,wif J I , . f 3 44 u M. ' fi ff 5 ,Q A M 1 ,, 1 1 , f f f I' W' If ,, V' 'af-- 4' 4 1 ' f W5 if I gflf 4. K Z f ff 0' w 3 1 yt ir .Jv 3 ,, A , ,' , - C ,.",,:' hi 4, f,,' V' , , , W ff E X ,,p ', if ff," 1 l vu 4-' , 1. V , ...sg , . V, L... . I . 'Q .1 5 -M' . ur 1.2 2' .nn H b .L . l X . , '- .-' K F Y 1 K p , ,,,. , . Q. ' ' 5 rf " f - Q 4' , 5,1 QE. if .C -5 5- ' A if . . fry , . . I 7 , ,., .. ,. M k 4.1:,ui5t, ji it 5 Irf,g,,i?igLf'fy:, 2 T . Nita. ff'-2 ' ' 5 :- T' ' , H' f 1 . 'Wei :FEE S ws.. . r f 5 A . 2351 1-44" J , , , l y g . I l K x R . E Xi .fl , ull' .. si' J 1 . . fr " fp.: l -J' I ' f R ,, ltxi IX I A . f ff . .1 E 'l 1 - 4 ,-,?. , . , f ,.,, 1- e 2 . 2, i 7 ' , 11 -, 1 0.1 is . 9- f. SOLIS, EUSTAOUIO, Driscoll Secondary Educatlon. SPILMAN, MARGARET ALIDA, Raymondville Elementary Education. Future Teachers of America, Home Economics Club. SPOONEMORE, CARL M., Raymondville Secondary Education. Football, Student Council-rep., Who's Who. STAHL, BONNIE LOUISE SCOTT, Kingsville Business Administration. BBA Club, Yell Leader, Fresh- man class Lantana rep., Lantana Lady, Lantana Queen. Beta Gamma, Who's Who. STAHL, CHARLES RICHARD, JR., Kingsville Physlcs. Freshman Class-vice-pres., Engineers Club, Delta Sigma Chl. STAPP, LAWRENCE D., Three Rivers Agricultural Education. Aggle Club, FFA. STEPHENS, ROBERT C., Corpus Christi Engllsh. Baptist Student Union-pres., Mesquite, Alpha Chi, Robert J. Kleberg History Club, Religious Councll- vice-pres. STEVENS, ROBERT J., Floresville Agricultural Education. STONE, JOHN D., Kingsville Chemistry. American Chemical Society-Student Affiliate -chairman, Alpha Chl, Westminister Youth Fellowship- vice-pres. STONE, LEONARD D., Wichita Falls Physics. Engineers Club, Baptist Student Unlon. SUTTON, R. H., Pearsall Agricultural Education. Aggie Club, FFA. TALBERT, MAURICE D., Donna Psychology. Debate Club - pres., PI Kappa Delta - PPC!-,v Alpha Chl, Westmlnlster Youth Fellowship-pres., Religious Council-pres. TIDWELL, ANDREW J., Sinfon Physlcs. , TRAVIS, CLOVIS M., Cawlxer City, Kan, Physlcs. Alpha Chl. Vet Housing Unit-mgr. Business Administration. Vets. Assoc., Laredo Club, Amado Nervo Spanish Club. TREVINO, MATEO M., Laredo Business Administration. Vets. Assoc., Laredo Club, Amado Nervo Spanish Club. EEFYQICR. WALTER B., JR., El Campo ngineerang. Alpha Phi Omega-pres., 'e. S., Kaepa Smma NU' FOUWGNS Club-pres., Ellie-gras., DBF-. NGEA, Vets Assoc., Who's Who, TRUES. Evelzerr J., Lg pry., Agriculture, ' YVONNE A.. Corpus Christi 44 , i l l W1 Bu: Clu Chi W. Agn Phl W Bu TURNER, ZELDA M., Premonf Biology. Alpha Sigma Inter-sorority C 'I C ' Council, Varsity Hall Council-pres. Dune' ' ousms Han ULBRICH, JAMES WJ., Po+ee+ Agricultural Education. Aggie Club VALENTIEN, JOAN, Premonl' Elementary Education. Alpha Sigma. kxx Y VILLARREAL, ARTURO, Misson Agricultural Education. VILLARREAL, FAUSTINO, JR., Brownsville Electrical Engineering. voucmen, FRANK E., Edna gnrucmc. Baptist Student Union, Adil Band, A Capella WALLACE, STEWART FRAZAR, Eagle Lake Business Administration. Freshman Yell Leader, BBA Club-vlce-pres., Vets. Assoc., History Club, Delta Sigma Chi-pledge capt., vice-pres. WARDEN, MARCUS E., Kenedy Agricultural Education Aggie Club, FFA-reporter, Alpha Phl Omega, Lutheran Students Assoc. WARREN, FRED F., Pharrq Business Admlnistratlon. Dorm. 2-mgr. WATSON, PATSY JOANN, Robstown Elementary Education. Delta Theta, Footlights Club, History Club, Pl Kappa Epsilon-treas. WEBB, JAMES l., JR., Business Administration. BBA Club, Vets. Assoc. WEISMAN, RICHARD L., Kingsville Engineering. XVEISS, STANLEY C., Seguin hysics. WELLBAUM, NORRIS L., Gladstone, Ore. Economics. Press Club, El Rancho, ed., sports ed., photo- nrapher, The South Texan, Kappa Sigma Nu, Whos Who. fg,,,,J M-.Q WHEELER, THOMAS J., Rockport Engineering. Engineers Club, Wesley-Foundation, Ameri- can Chemical Society-student affiliate. WICKLINE, GAYNOR A., Donna f Journalism. X WILCOX, JAMES T., San Antonio , C' f 3 Journalism. Delta Sigma Chl-reporter History Club- f V gf 4 Pres., El Rancho-bus. mgr., Press Club-parl. h ,li X A- .5 k , l I v, , ,.,, WILEY, EMMETT H., Linden 5 B: 4, ' ei -.,' . , ' . , iv 'f Phym' E4 L M4 45 X! WILLIAMS, ANN K., Mission Home Economics. WILLIAMS, ELWIN P., George Wesl' Agricultural Education. FFA. A9950 Club. Ne C WILLIAMS, FRANK E., Corpus Chrish Chemical Engineering. Engineers Club, Amer can Chemical Society-Student Affillats. WILLIAMS, GROVER, Alamo Agriculture WILSON, JOHN, CharloHe WOODUL, CHARLES E., Chuguicamafa Chili History. Footlights Club-board of directors, treas Al ha Psi Omega, Kappa Phi-cast, Canterbury Cub vce pres., pres., Alpha Chi. WOOLLET, DONALD M., San Anfonio Business Administration. WRIGHT, HORACE D., Floresville "T" Assoc.-parl., Vets. Assoc.. BBA C Council, Senior Class-pres., Who's Who. YOUNTS, EARLE C., Robs'l'own Agricultural Education. ZISSA, LAMBERT J., Shiner Agricultural Education. DEVRIES, LOUIS STEVEN, Edinburg IRWIN, DAVID J., Corpus Christi Business Administration. Moons, HOWARD v., Kingsville CRAWFORD, OWEN J., Aransas Pass History. Alpha Chi, Vets. Assoc., History Club Student Council-sec.treas., Rustler-assoc. ed., E. C Student Union-pres., Who's Who. 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BRENNER, AUBREY M., San Anfonio BRICKMAN, ELMER G., Weslaco BRIDGES, ERSKINE E., CI'1arIo'r+e BRIGHTMAN, ALFRED S., Refugio BRIXEY, GLORIA ANN, Weslaco BROCK, GLENNA BEATRICE, Vicforia BROWN, JOHN N., Elecfra BROWN, KATE PURVIS, San Beniio BUCK, FRANK W., 'George Wesf BUESO, RODOLFO A., Honduras. C. A. BERGSTROM, CLARK, BURLESON, JAMES C., San An'ronio 8UgI:EJlIhiAEK S., Misson . IRTES G.. Corp Ch ' 'r' CAMPBELL, CHARLES M.lISInglesIcIe CAMPBELL. SUSAN ANN, Klngsville CAMPION, NORMAN T., Sinlon JCANCA, ADELIA CARTWRIGHT, COLUMBUS w., Pearsall ci-IATTERTON, HowARn K., Porl' Lava 6 CLAMON, JAMES E., Sinlon CLARK, BILLIE JEAN, Kingsville CLARK, NEAL G., Robslown CLARK, NORMAN V., Kingsville CLYBURN, HELEN E., Campbelllon CLUETT, MARVIN V., Troy, N. Y. COCKRELL, FRANK O., Sandia COLLARD, THOMAS H., Alice COQUAT, JAMES L., Three Rivers COULTER, JAMES H., Brownsville CRAFT, IRENE CHRISTINE, Eagle P CURD, RICHARD, Three Rivers DAVID, SHIRLEY NELL, Hebbronville DAVIS, JERRY B., Pharr DAVIS, NELL VAUN, Bremoncl DEAVER, VIRGINIA, Bishop DELANNOY, CARLOS E., Guayama. P. DEMOUCHE, EDWIN M., Porlland DETAR, WEBB T., Vicloria DIAZ, MAXIMO, Sullivan Cily DREWS, MARIE, Harlingen DROZD, ALLAN J., Vicloria DUDMAN, GLENN, Alice EAST, RODGER M., Gregory ELMORE, ROY A., Corpus Chrisli ELROD, MARTIN D., Uvalde ENGELKING, WILLIAM R., Orange Grove ENGLISH, WILLIAM R., Refugio ESCOBAR, ELI, McAllen ESKEW, JOE E., Memphis, Tenn. FALLON, PAT, Coleman FARMER, ONES C., Laredo gg. -i is ' I if GS ,Ka S' . Cf? u-I , 6-L cv- 4 .V N FASELER, HOMER F., Yancey FAULK, GWENDOLYN ROWENA, KIngsvlIIe FAULK' ALLAN R., Aransas Pass FENNER. OSCAR B., JR., Edna FIGUEROA, MRS. ALICE G., Hebbronville LINGO, HELEN JEAN, Corpus Chrisfi FISHER, GEORGE H., San Anfonio FISHER, WILLIAM P., San Anfonio FLANDERS, ARTHUR R., Housfon FLORES, FRED C., Robsfown FRANKLIN, LOTTIE LEE, Cofulla FREEBORN, MARSHALL F., George FREEBORN, SIDNEY, George Wesf FRELS, VIRGINIA, Mafhis FROME, WILLIAM A., GoIiad GALT, ELEANOR L., Sanfa Rosa GARCIA, JUAN, Bishop GARLAND, GEORGE T., Galvesfon GARNER, LOUISE, San Anfonio GARCIA, JOSE M., Laredo GARZA. JUANITA VALE, Los Saenz GARZA. OCTAVIO, Hebbronville GAUGLER, ORVILLE A., Vicforia GIBBS, WILLIAM T., Mission GONZALES, ISAAC, Benavides GRAY, MERLE, Corpus Chrisfi GRIFFIN, NORMA ANN, Endiho GREEN, MARY LOU, Taff GREEN, VERNICE PAULINE, Edinburg GWINN, BONNIE, Rockporf GUERRA. ABEL, Corpus CI'1rIs1'i GUIDRY. CAROLYN C. Corpus Chrish HABY RAYMOND A., Uvalde at HADDICK, LUTHER B., Freepor+ HALE- JACK. Corpus CI-Iris+i HALE, VERNON J., Corpus CI'1ris'ri HAMBLET, LEV., Housfon HAND, CHARLES E., Freeporf HENKHAUS, JANETTE, WOOdsbOrO .-ff' HARDWlCKE, GERALD, Sed Afnenie ' A Q33 f. ' .3 ,ns 8' f., g Q4 ,il HARGROVE, JAMES W., Kingsville 5, 1 HARWOOD, CROSBY H., Aden. e 8 I ,G+ A HASTINGS, WILLIAM c., Laredo H HASTINGS, THOMAS E., Laredo ' I ' f A , Ls ' L I I uf HENRICHSON, JERRY MAE, Arfesia Wells HENRY, ALLYN L., Yoakum HENRY, MAXINE S., Refugio 'five HIBLER, HOWARD M., Kingsville ,., ,Z lf I l R ,, '7,f??fa,, A I ' S ' ' e- F 'T-L? .M L. 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EMANUEL M., Hondo LOVVCRN, CAROL JEAN, San Benifo MAHON, ERNEST C., Dilley MANIFOLD, MARTHA EVA, Crysfal Cily MAPLES, THELMA RUTH, Mission MARQUEZ, VICTOR J., Caracas, Venezuela MARTIN, PATRICIA ANNE, Robsfown MARTINEZ, JESUS, McAllen MARTINEZ, ROBERTO M., Penifas MASSENGALE, VAN E., Beeville MASSEY, PHILLIP G., Boerne MAYES, JAMES H., Kingsville MAYNARD, JANET VASHTIE, Kingsville MAZUREK, NINA JEAN. U+ooia McBATH, JANE STOCKWELL, Misson McCOY, HARVEY, Bishop McCULLAR, HAROLD F., Kingsville McDONALD, CHILDRESS, Pleasanfon MCKINZEY, BILLY J., Bishop McLESTER ELMER L. Rock orl u l p MCCLOUD, SHIRLEY GRACE, Kingsvillc MCMAHON, JOHN P., Canfon, Ohio MENKE, JOANNE B. Harlin en - Q MESSIMER. KATHLEEN KNIGHT, Kingsville 4 MEZA, JESUS, Laredo MIKA, ROBERT J., Kirkwood. Mo. MIONNILS. LEMWOOD MORRIS. PAT, Ferl' Worfh MUCKLEROY. MARGARET AN T fl N, a MUENZLER. MARVIN H., Three Rivers MULLER, MABLE LEONE, Kinggville MYRICK, RALPH, Uvalde MUMMY, VELMA SHULTS, Kzngswlle NAYLOR, WALTER E., woodslm, NEILL, MELVIN, Blewell NELSON, ALTON N., Danevang NORTON, N. G., Alice OLIVER, ANNA CLEMENTS, Robslown I OLSON, DORIS ALLENE, Kingsville M O'NEAL, EUGENE R., Roswell, N. PADILLA, VALENTIN, Laredo PAL, HAROLD PALMER, MARTHA JIM, Plwarr PALMER, MARY ANN, Falfurrias PAPETTE, WALLACE PARRY, JIMMY H., Hebbronville PERKINS, LOY E., Blankel PETRI, CHARLES A., Rulleclge PHILLIPS, CLARENCE R., Sinlon POERNER, JEANICE, Hondo POLING, EDWIN R., Aransas Pass POOL, DAVID P., Sinlon POTTER, MARJORIE COLEMAN, Kmgsvulle POWELL. E. E.. Freer POWELL, WILLIAM V., Palaclos PUCKETT, DEWEY H., Corpus Clwrislu PUSTKA, L. GENE, Beeville PUSTKA, R. DENE, Beeville PUYANS, THOMAS, Havana, Cuba RAMIREZ, ALANCO, R., Hebbronvllle REDUS, GEORGE M., Devine REESE, CHARLES, Kingsville REES, JOHN W., Beeville REYES, MARY, Vicloria REMSCHEL, HENRY H., Kerrville RINEHART, VERNELL, Alamo RHODES, ALICE GERALDINE, Raymondvllle Nl X. L I - uv- , iq 1 . I Q 9 i 4 il im -Q ' 'T".Jf ' ffl Q' lei? f V- 1.3" , ,. , ,M . , if , ' ji. V ,ibiffea I , e . f . .., r f . , , 1 -, ,gf . Q 1" hgie , 1 '-R, ,J . few ., . i.rY Q 'Eli if-rl if " 459 ,-'WM 1, ,, if, ,., Q .f ' ,y ,, f f 1 . 22.1 'C I I A , gf, ,,, , .4 S. 5. Q :Qi is 15" . . , E -6. I A e" r 1 ,iv .,, 4.1, -,W,,,.. ,. er g J. , , ,QI ..,,,..T6?7,,,,T, .,,, 'f ' . -ws' e - .1 R. 'f ,Ti , Y" ' IN' , fluff' 1 ,I ff," Qs 'lm 1412 ,yi . , v mjel, ' , ml, if RI R 2 E ..i lil ref, , 1545, 4 I ,-,fe 1, 5, Tix 7 ' ,fu- 5 N ,,,,,V . I T1 1 Q, ...Wy . fr me , 4' 4' f, TM . L I lg. 4,-f"!?'i el- , I U I v Am ,. R V, 'l Q r RHODES, GEORGE, Porr Arfhur RICHARDS, JOY CAROLYN, Banquele RICHARDS. ROBERT MAURICE, Driscoll RICHARDSON, HOWARD WARE, Boerne RITCHER, CHARLES F., Vicloria RICHTER, JOHN J., Laredo RIEGER, AUDICE LYNN, EI Campo ROBERTS, CLAUDE LENNAX, Roclcporf ROBERTS, DAVID N., Corpus ROBINSON, MARTHA EMILY, Raymondville ROGERS, WILLIAM A., Jr., Robslown ROSENFELD, FERDINAND G., Houslon RYSTAD, CARL M., Cliffon SABLATURA, EDWIN J., Agua Dulce SALINAS, CESAR J., Laredo SALLES. CICERO O., Los Paulos, Brazil SALINEZ, RAUL SAN MIGUEL, ROBERTO, Laredo SCHAEFER, WALTER C., Cuero SCHMIDT, DOROTHY MAE, Misson sc:-luue, ROBERT J., I-iende sci-IUTTE, SIDNEY L., EI cempe sclzuees. MARY AGNES. Alice SCHWARZ. MARVIN A., Mercedes SEDWICK, M. JOYCE, Kingsville SHAFFER, GEORGE, Bishop SHAW, JAMES H., Corpus Clwrisfi SHINN, GEORGE A., Tulefa SHOMETTE, HARVEY C., Palacios SIEFERT, JOE, Wiemar SIMMONS, CHARLES R., Kerrville SMITH. DOROTHY JEAN, Uvalde SMITH' JACK B-. Abilene SMITH. JACK W., Bruni SMITH, KATHERINE JANICE, Tall' SMITH. PHYLLIS JEAN, Raymondville sNELsoN, EMMA JEAN, corpus Q1,,,,,, SNYDER, CARL v., Ecicouci, SOMMER, SHIRLEY JEAN, Brownsville SOWARD. WILLIAM K. JR.. Pleasanlon SPEAR, ROBERT G., Rio Hondo' SPELLMAN, LAURANCE R., San Anfonio SPENCER, LOUIS, Benavides STAFFEL, ROBERT B., Harlingen STAGGS, FRANK M., Miranclo Cily STEVENS, JACK W., Floresville STEWART, DONALD V., Harlingen STEWART, BILLY M., Raymonclville STONE, BEVERLY RAE, Carrizo Springs STOTLER, EARL E., Pliarr STRATMAN, EDWARD F., Mission SVOBODA, EDWIN, Floresville SWEDERILLE, MATTIE A SWINK, WANDA RUTH, Freer SWOPE, JOHN T., Vidoria TAYLOR, JIMMIE NELL, Uvalde TEAL, JAMES W., Tilden TERRY, HAZEL ELAINE, Brownsville THURMAN, GEORGE D., Co'rulla THAMES, EDWARD, Corpus Chrisfi THORNTON, LENA ELIZABETH, Odem THOSS, PRESTON R., Forfuna, Mo. TIECKEN, HUGO, San Anionio TORGERSON, JERALD L., Corpus TRABUCCO, JACK C., San Anlonio TRANT, DONALD R., Kingsville TRUSS, R. A., Brownsville TUCKER, CHARLES F., Dallas TUCKER, J. J., San Benilo TURNER, CALVIN A., Bishop TURNER, JOE A., Devine USERY, FRANKLIN W.. Alice Clirisfi ps ' I'-.V I F . Ani' A-5 up- n -pf' .I K if , 4 .4-E, .' 4 -11- . H4"6.l ' V" ' ' 1 Q5 A -V l . Ja . Mg A, thx . 5 , . 4 Pi , 4 3. 'NG- ,?"' Dv . Q25 .4,,,,M. stef, 1 N A f K , 5, ,gf Tlx u we f JA fi 915 4 7,41 1 ,Q 335 f ' ,E I 1 ' 'E I ff . A 4. sl V Al i iirigfii 2 I .21 I I 'i ' L- C., Eh IM - 5 ,,..,, I A 1 Z ,yy W- ww, A . A .1 if ,n .41 - mf , I , i 4 W sw , , QM f 4., f ' af 'f ,. 5, ' 2 ffyfbq 5'9- ff 1 up R I , ev 4 , 'I Y iff- - 1 f if 1' 1 ll. 4.1, WMV, I 7, ,,, x ,, ,i, K , 'i "1 W? 1 Q X Q V4 p I f 'E' A 'gy Q 55, ,M , J. X f I I mf X. xl' i. V fk . 1' Q . 'Y A. F ' if I .N .w Q . J -.wgx k X. Sk t V I 5 I ,f ,f -r , 4 Y 1. . 1 'uk' ' Q. . mi' . A M f Q ' ,az . 1... X I ' , . 5 X ,ig f ,,. gm. iff- A . f X- Jw f ' M, K5 Q J W .xr N' " K i f MW-'SF A ,Q .. W-Q . X . ' x kxk- N h " f 5 A 5 Nd? YL D 'X 'Q SSN: ' X Q " Sh YK '4X..g5.2. .- . 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RH1N - Reporter ' e 1 , 1 ' 1 V 4 1 Sq ' ml if ADAMS, BILLIE JEAN, Harlingen ADLOF, CAROLYN MARIE, Three Rivers ADUDDELL, MARVIN, Corpus Clwrisli ALFORD, TOOTSIE MAE, Sheridan ALLEN, JACKIE, Weslaco ALLEN, ROBERT N., Tall ANDREWS, HERBERT, Kingsville AYALA, AMADO, Laredo BAKER, NANCY LORENE, I'Ious'l'on BAY, PAULETTA DOLORES, Misson BELL, ENID JOYCE, Kingsville BISHOP, WILLIAM D., San Anlonio BOLDT, CLARENCE A., San Anlonio BOOTHMAN, LESLIE L., Kingsville BOWEN, MARY ANN, Plwarr BOYLE, NEIL E., Raymondville BRANDESKY, JOSEPH E., Corpus Chrisli BRIDGES, JAMES R., Mission BRITSCH, GERALD J., Hondo BROUILLETTE, DOLORES LOUISE, Sinfon BROWN, JACK S., Harlingen BROWN, JOE D., Harlingen BROWN, ROBERT M., Vernon BROWN, WILLIAM J., Devine BRUNKENHOEFER, FREDERICK W., Shiner BRYAN, WILLIAM A., Alice BURGESS, DONALD L., Devine BUTLER, HUEY H., Uvalde CAMPBELL, TED, JR., Kingsville CARROLL, CHARLES E., Rayrnondville CARPENTER, GERALDINE, Rio Hondo CATE, PLEDGER B., Mexia CHAPA, HILDA, Roma CHATELLE, JAMES F., San Benifo CHILDRESS, BOBBY R., Over+on CHILDRESS, ROBERT E., Tall' CLARK, KENNETH, Mercedes , V CLARK, PATRICIA, BeeviIle I A OLEMENT, MARVIN K., Texas CiTy I Q1 CLOSE, DOROTHY, Defzder, La. I gg, I ,gf f Is 'Ti COKER, DOROTHY, George WesT COLE, JACK S., Kingsville BISSET, JAMES R., BeeviIIe COLLINS, JAMES W., Corpus CITrisI'I COOK, EDWIN H., Weesa'rcI'1 COTO, BERNARD W., I'IOusTOn CRABTREE, STELTON G., Kingsville 'P CRANFORD, BOOKIE J., PIeasanTOn L Q . . ff f CROCKETT, JACK E., rv1yr+1e creek CROSTHWAIT, JEAN, Kingsville CUDE, PEGGY ELLEN, San AnTOniO ,' CUNNINGHAM, MONTE T., Goliad -S- A-L fgiifif . ,g.1:a.... "F-,".'-. 1 , .su-T.--8"1'ff' '. hi., -nv., il11'Zt'A'tiLf-, - .-2-. L-A:--is DANIEL DAVIES, AUSTIN R., San An+onio 3 A 6 DAY, JOYCE ELAINE, Robsrown 1 , DEMPSEY, GEORGE C., Palm Beach, Fla. I,A, I 15' 4 W . DENMAN, BUD, Mercedes T' , , DUBGSE, OLA MYRA, simon j A - ij DUKE, JACK L., EagIe Pass ff " f, L i DURDIN, HILLIARD' E., , 56' , K IU 601 . V , J A A If EGGERT, CLINTON W., RObsTOwn ELAM, VERNE K., Kingsville EVANS, WALTER' FARREN, DELORYSE M., WOOdsbOrO fifsif r.l, . ,ef mlm f."'.f' E FISHER, JOHN R., Kinqsville I FITZGERALD, ALAN C., Harlingen V FORBES, CHARLES, Hebbronville ,J N FRELS, GRACE, Maihis gi bf FRENCH, JOY NOLA, I.Os Fresnos ' FUENTES, FRANCISCA VIRGINIA, San Duego GARCIA, CALIXTO, Bishop . GALLOWAY, JACK, Harlingen E.. Ji f . , - r. ff, if '57 -Ii.. N 'IF . . I I f fi . :Io 4 Ti ' 'TI' ' I . "f - f ' , 1- i . ,ca rf' 2. I rf' , .-I 1 , ' fs In W N , ,, 3 , NI? . Q . . qw . Q -LQI IQ . XA I In ' . f 'Il I ixg 5. ,if , 1 'ds ' A -I Qglfii ' t C' ,r I Z2 ' 1 v 4 ' 5 'M L '55 f M s G- ' -wx. 'ev I 5 I 4 ,gg QL, T-:QI . M , . ,.., WW, I ,554 ' if If 5 l gi rm ,L I ' 5 'VT T: L .- wi, A I A I fi -I A E3 w .Q F , 'D' I f In .f L45 if -If if C' . II wf J fn ' I .. , If I 1' I . so I A1 8 I - Q Z ff qu, fx ,. l Iu Q Li5I .I-fm I 7 hifi. A '21 I -- -Q M. in -.iw r in c hr' 5 Q. 4' f . 1 Q 7+ RAW . Q'-3 GILBREATH, KENNETH W., Yorkfown GARCIA, SARITIAN R., Mission GARCIA, RAFAEL, San Anfonio GARRETT, IRA W., Lavernia GARZA, ANTONILLA GARZA, JUANITA VALE, Los Saenz GARZA, GONZALO, Benavides GAUS, ELWOOD J., Runge GIBSON, CLARA ANN, San Benifo GIBSON, WELLY MANESS, Gonzales GLENN, HORACE LEE, Corpus Chrisfi GOLDAPP, EDWIN E., Alice GONZALES, BENJAMIN G., San Anfonio GONZALES, EDMUNDO, Rio Grande Cify GONZALES, OTILO, San Elena GOODE, RICHARD J., San Anfonio GOOD, ROBERT B., Robsfown GREEN, ALBERT L., San Juan GRIMES, MILTON, KingsviIIe GUERRY, THEODORE L., Lexingfon Park HADLOW, JAMES R., Rocky Mounfain. N. C. HALL, RENETTA JEAN, Corpus Chrisfi HAMMER, ERLINE, Monroe, La. HANDY, ROBERT E., Beeville HARPER, ALBERT M., Alice HARRELL, CAROLYN, San An+onio HEAD, EDITH F., Bishop HENRY, RAYMOND L., Kingsville HENRY, TEMPLE D., CI'1arIoH'e HENSLEY, DAVIS M., Cuero HICKS, MARY ANN, Beeville HIGHTOWER, JEWEL A., Odem HINOJOSA. ARMIDA E., K' 'II HOFFMAN. EDNA M., H'2E2ZI1e HOTZ, VALIE W., Thomasfon HOWELL. ANNYELEE, Uvalde HOFFMAN, JOYCE, Tivoli HUGHES, WILLIAM E., Mission INGRAHAM, DAVID c., Kzngsvaiie JACKSON, CREIGHTON L., i4.ng,V.iiC JAMISON, WILLIAM T.. Day+0n JoHNsoN, CATHERINE MARIE, 12.5.9.0 JORDAN, LILY PEARL, Falfurrias KETCHAM, MONTIE LOU, Sarnia Rosa KETCHAM, PAT GENE, Hariingen KOIGLER, KENNETH, Kingsville KRAMBLIN, RAY KULAWIK, PAUL B., Cuero LACY, ELIZABETH, Hondo LATHEM, GLORIA, Kingsville LARSON, ALICE LARRAINE, EI LAUREL, RAYMUNDO, OiI+on LAVANDER, HERBERT, Ennis LOWENCE, ELBERT LEE, MYRNA JANE, Falfurrias LEE, ROBERT E., San Anionio LEIFHEIT, BETTY, McAllen LEPPIN, HAROLD O., Weimar LIESMAN, KENNETH GUY, Alice LIPE, GEORGE R., Los Fresnos LLOYD, EDWIN, Kingsvilie LOFTIN, RICHARD L., San Anionio LOHMANN, DOROTHY JANE. Cuero LOHMANN, EDWARD, Pori' Arihur LONCE, R. LOZANO, MARIE OLGA. Kingsville LUBOJASKY, MARVIN J.. Bellville LUKEFAHR, MAURICE, Bay Cify LYTLE, EARL E., Pi++sburgs. Pa. If McCAIN, DARLETTE JEAN. Banquew MCCACKILL, JEANNIE. EI Camupo MCBATH, THOMAS W., Mission E, 5 -2- ff I 53. in. W L . wa 1 la . fag. fl A .K - V, ,,v'- Qi Q, S., 1 l . ,aj m 1.'7i v- Q u Q- 25 X H., - H s 'ku 4 L- 5, 1- f I fl, I 1 'WK 'Nia I 5 1 I .1 K ' 91,0 'FT , 6. ts 3 lil ' II . if .J N fx TK R v4 I iT , X -fu 09 iw N 1 9 . .1 if X 'a .5 in - m s wwf? I 'wx . X ,abr . .'s - 1 MANNIN6, MELVIN O., 'Yoalcum MARTIN, BRUCE B., Vicroria n MARTIN, MAXINE A., Brownsville MARTINEZ. ROBERT C., Kingsville MATSON, MARGIE, Laredo MAUER, GLENN R., Cuero MAYS, DEWEY W., Jr., Lolila MARTIN, RUTH, San Anfonio MCCOLLOM. BILLIE ELAINE. Alice MCCULLEY, JAMES G., Kingsville MCDONALD, WILLIAM M., Pleasanlon McELWAlN, BETTY LOU, Harlingen MCFALL, BILL C., Corpus Clwrisli MCNEILL, MARJORIE, Tynan MCNABNEY, ROBERT M., Harlingen MEREDITH, BARNEY W., Harlingen MERZBACHER, GEORGE F., Corpus Chrisli MILLER, MAX M., Eclcouch MILLS, DOUGLAS R., Taff MISENHIMER, RICHARD L., Alice MOLINA, YOLANDA, Roma AVERY, LLOYD NIELSON, NORMA MAE, Raymondville NIEMANN, VICTOR LEE, Seguin NORTON, STEWART R., San Anionio OLIVER, LIDA SMITH, Kingsville ORTIZ, DOMINGO C., Robslown OVERAND, RAE EMILY, Brownsville PATTY, MARJORIE MAE, Harlingen PAYNE, GERALD O., Salford. Ariz. PAYNE, ROSWELL M., Marshall, Arlc. PERRY, WALTER I., Rising Sfar PEAGUES, JEANNETTE, San Anlonio PICKERING, PATRICIA RUTH, Vicforia PINGENOT, BEN E., Eagle Pass PITTS, DOROTHY LORAINE, San Anlonio PLY, DOROTHY MARIE, Raymondville POWELL, AUDREY LEE, Palacios PRIESMEYER, HAROLD L., Fairbanks PRUESSNER, ROBERT D., New Braunfels PUCKETT, EDITH, Corpus Clwrisli PUIG, LOUIS FRANK, Laredo PULLIAM, CHARLES E., McAllen PURCELL, WALTER PIERCE, Freer PYE, RALPH, Harlingen RAMIREZ, REYNALDO, Laredo RAMEY, ROBERT B., Kingsville RANKEN, ARTHUR L., Galveslon RANGEL, OLGA, Kingsville RATHBURN, LLOYD C., Freer RAY, MARTIN, Beeville RAY, WALLACE, Harlingen RAY, GEORGE LEE, Harlingen RAY, MRS. HELEN BRIDGES, Boone REHM, RUSSELL W., Ulopia RICHARDS, ROBERT, Pharr RICHARDS, FERRY E., Mission RICHARDSON, MARTHA JULIA, Hebloronville RIEDEL, HERMAN REICHERT, GLYNN A., San Juan RIGGENS, KENNETH A., Corpus Clwrisli ROACH, JAMES C., Houslon ROBERTS, DIANNE, Uvalde ROBERTS, DWIGHT, Edcouch ROBERT, ALLEN, McAlles+er, Okla. RABON, ROBERT V. JR., Premonf RODRIOUEZ, ARMANDO S., Concepcion RODRIOUEZ. ASCENCION, Rio Grande ROGERS, LILLIAN MARILYN, Newgull ROMO, JESUS G., Colulla REAGAN, DICK L., Beevllle RASCO, BILLY J., Rio Grande ROSS, BETTY JANE, Edinburg SALINAS, JUANITA ALMA, Kingsville SALTER, JEWELL MAE, Plwarr SHALLS, EDWARD SCHINDLER, JO ANN, Goliad SCHMELING, PEGGY ANN, Brownsville SCHMIDT, FRANK W., San Anfonio SCHMIDT, JOHNNIE A., El Campo SCHUBERT, ALTON JOE, Woodsboro SCHULTZE, KENNETH W., Corpus Clmrisli SCOTT, BENNYE JEAN, Harlingen SCOTT, WALTER P.. Corpus Chrisli SEELEY, ROBERT D., Enid SHACKELFORD, LINDA JOAN, Corpus SHIVELY, GLENN, New York, N. Y. SLADE, JAMES E., Freepori SIMMONS, BETH, Kingsville SMITH, CHARLES H., Tall SMITH, ARDIS M., Ereer SOLIS, CONSUELO, Kingsville SOLIS, ELIZABETH G., Kingsville SOLIS, ROBERTO F., Rio Grande Cify SASSMAN, EMMA, Robsfown STAPLES. GEORGIA EDNA, Vicforia STAUFFER, LOUIS H., Kingsville STEWART, H. R., Humble STRIEHMUER, FRED E., Cenfralia, III. TATUM, JOHNSIE, Edna THOMPSON, HENRY w., Alice TOALSON, GLADFORD F., oh..flO++e ToNeY, WILLIAM T., Kangsvalle TREVINO. VIDAL M., Laredo TREYBIG, INA J., Robsfown TREYBIG, SHIRLEY L., Bishop TURCOTTE, PATRICK A., Kingsville VAN SICKLE, ROBERT E., Beeville VARNON, JOAN, Floresville VESS, DOROTHY ANN, EI Campo VILLANUEVA, ELIAS, Kenedy VOS, GROVER A., Weslaco WAGENER MAXINE Robs+own WAGNER HOMER G Alice W WALKER J FRANKLIN Alice 17 H af . , , , .,. r . .1 - '31, Y WAGNER, KATHLEEN JOAN, Alice ,f T , ,, qs' if .V ' 'V li WEIR DONALD E Knngsvulle WENDT HERBERT Orange ' ' FOVS H WALLACE, WARREN M., Kingsville I WALLER, GERALD, Kingsville U '-'T -'P 'u I I is-slxk . I G f if A WINN, HAROLD DEAN, Sanfa Rosa WHEELER, JAMES E., Tilden WHISENANT, RUBY DORIS, San Benifo WIDENER, MILDRED LORENE, Cofulla WIGINTON, BILLY B., Bay Cily WILLIAMS, PEGGY JEANNE, Kingsville WITHERSPOON, HERSCHEL F., Ouemado WILSON, WAYNE L., Robsfown V l I --A l .4.w..v ,W . K I, h, V N L-If 27:55 72 wooo, J. w., Alice I WORD, JOYCE CAMILLE, Kingsville WARD, ROBERT F.,Carrizo Springs TONTA, ERNEST YEAGER, KATHRYN, San Anfonio 'I' 4, 0 Elf. x Qi Q X f 1 I ,', ,P X ,P xx! X' Y 7' "I D' P M A Q34 5 '. 16,5 fr. 'fi 5 u- 'fm nwffnv, 14. Yf.,f,A 15"E?iaE' L ' h.. gs L Sgii Y ,A-B' 'K AK M..1 ,-nt' R' R 5 xg! . R ik .- 1 ' gf J! '..2'7"' '1- MA'H'Y"'E8 secfemfy WALTER ROBERT WAGNER Vice-Ptesidenf R 7 ' CNOI Sbownj 'sg 'rf' .12 I F1 ,WV ILWX If IU ,791 76 4 ' ' fbi? M' Wx 1. .!, M1 QQ -. 'ar gif qxfvf " ,iff r X ZX Q X l"'3"'w-"-agzr ll? s ,, , Z, X, f., fffwf ,ga I fifvfi A f 1 1, gg 3 'H Q 1 Adams, George Wendall, Kingsville Agee, Pa+sy Jane, Kingsville Albin, Ar+hur Cecil, Dallas Alexander, R. Conner, Kingsville Anderson, Sidney, Buckeye Ashfon, Beverly Jean, Robsiown Awbrey, Vernalyn, Kingsville Afwood, Doris Ellen, Edinburg Alwood, Dororhy Nell, La Pryor AH'away, Hugh Eldon, Aransas P555 Affeberry, Jimmy Randall, Mercedes Bacon, Dan Wallace, Alice Barber, John Rober'I', Roclcporr Barrera, Benifo P., Kingsville Barr, Wallace Gene, Palacios Beal, LeRoy Joseph, Shiner Beasley, BeH'y Ann, Beeville Bech+hold, Howard Dean, Alice Bell, Mary Burlls, Corpus Chrisli Bendixen, Dolores lrene, San Benilo Bennighr, Alva Nadyne, Ingleside BenneH, Marjorie Carole, San Benifo Benfon, Charles Edward, Cuero Bird, Franlc Allen, Sloclcdale Bishop, Barbara Jean, Kingsville Bishop, Johnny Earl, Freer Blaclzwell, Beffy Jo, Thrall Bloomer, BeH'y Jean, San Anlonio Blunlzer, Gloria Jenine, Goliad Bond, Howard, Premonr Boofh, Freeman Irby, Boofh Bowman, Cons+ance Audrey, Edinburg Boyer, Calvin L., Kingsville Boyer, Roberi' J., Beeville Brieger, Alfon G., Orange Brookshire, Eugene, Luilcin Broolcshire, Oscar, Luflcin Brown, Delia Ellen, Vernon . . Brown, Fannie Lou, Corpus Cl1V'5l' Brown, Hal Wiley, Vermonf Brown, John Franklin, Cisco Brown, Palsy Rufh, Odem Brown, Peggy Jo, Corpus Chrisri Brown, Ralph Lawrence, Harlingen Bryani, Homer Gene, ReiugiO Buchman, Jerry, Chicago, Ill. Buclcalen, Arnold Dwyne, Kingsville Burchers, Yvonne, Kingsville Bunn, Oscar Joseph, Ingleside f Burns, Maydene, Harlingen 4 Burris, Joan, McAllen Bufler, Roberf Andrew, Kingsville ' Cable, Marilyn L., Rolosfown Campbell, Jean Anne, Campbellfon P Gambill, Max, Guifhrie, Olcla. Carfer, Tommie D., Taff L Canfu, Placido G., Alice cr' SC Chidesfer, Mary Louise, Kingsville W, 35' Chiles, James R., Kerrville J 'Sf' Childs, Dorfhella, Kingsville . A " 1 ' f 1:4 Chudei, Eugene R., Yoakum All Clarlr, Richard H., Harlingen Clary, Keland, Freer Cliclc, Gaylon T., Floresville - Coffin, John K.,'Robsfown 'r is X ka Coleman, Mary Frances, Kingsville J Coleman, Geraldyne, Harlingen ,A .- Collins, Kafhryn, Roclcporf ,, Collins, George H., Falfurrias lf' Collins, Peggy O'Dell, Hebbronville if ,,.,.. Coolr, Andrew M., Kingsville i I Cook, Anna Lou, Beeville "'Q Corwin, Suzanne Marie, Harlingen ff, Croclcer, Frankie Lou, Riviera L V if if Cramer, Harry L., Harlingen l'll, i nk Cranfill, Hoyf L., Premonf M Crawford, Beffy L., Weslaco y Cueva, Jose G., Robsiown 7 YF" f V Curiel, Maria, Ben Bolf 1 3 Dane, Peggy Joyce, Kingsville , Daniel. Nancy Carrol, Harlingen prfaifyi rl , if f ' lm - -X A fr . J. ,, if fr , , W 1 E nrflllz xl 'Il pg 'Ui L- 'rr' K T . , Sins . B 3 41 ii.f.1EW'I X 0 K? . 2,72 Og 3 EJ 2-cu g U-4 cuF:" W' IG? : Wo m gi gg, 0 f 0 ' -.Q 'WB 3'- 2 S-cu O T "'- L- 3-io 5154.5 ., - 1 uw lg UU Z 01 ni U' CD I3 I"" 3 rn 5' Ov LQ Tj, 4 700' 2-0 3 m O CD 3 CD -Q- -. ' 2 0 ?3 -Pu C LQ. O .xii ,V .,,.. 4 -N Jlfql Ja' 3,4 up i ELL- 4 T fl? 1 ,F i R Davis, Frances Rufh, Beeville ' 3 Q' I I ' 4.1, -, Denson, Dixie, Harlingen a Deufsch, James E., San Anfonio g , PM .X ,f 32115 di ,ZW A, H 1' aw Hicl P4 HOI'1 P4 Jaco Je Jone Jo Kahr KL King Ki Kow Ku Law L sii li e sville sii go ia -eq0 Haicher, Dolores H., Beeville Haihoway, Ann, Three Rivers Henderson, Ka'l'herine, Harlingen Herringlon, Herman D., Alice Hickey, Dennis E., Alice Hicks, Joe N.. Harlingen Hinoiosa, Andres, Jr., Hebbronville Hinkley, Marjorie A., Los Fresnos Holmes, Charles W., Mercedes Hooks, Norma Maye, Crysial Ciry Harak, Kafhryn, Raymondville Hoskins, Pafricia Rulh, Harlingen Hosferman, Vivian Marie, Kingsville Jacobs, Billie Nell, San Anionio Jacoby, Aaron John, Eden Jacoby, Vaniece, Eden Jennings, Marilyn Velma, Robsiown Jenlsch, Ralph Marvin, Floresville Jesse, Emill Richard, Kingsville Johnson, Bobby Jo, La Feria Jones, Bobby Joe, Bishop Jones, Ernesf Glen, Kingsville Jones, Laloyce Linda, Kenedy Jordan, Orville Brooks, Premoni Jordan, O'l'ho Lee, San An+onio Kahn, Ruby Kidd, Forresi' Lee, Woodville Heller, Edwin H., San Anionio Kendrick, Billie Ray, Slockdale Kerr, Roberf Ray, La Feria King, Beverly Ann Kingsville King, Ruih Ann, Kingsville Kirby, Elmer Rudolph, Ailania, Ga. Knipe, Alberl' Earl, Harlingen Korges, Pauline, Kingsville Kowald, Freddie, Karnes Ciiy Kueck, Elinor Joyce, Premonl Kulawik, Paul B., Cuero Kulac, Efhel Marie, Yoakum Lang, Charles Richard, Rio Hondo LaW50n. Maxine Lois, Poieei Ledbelfer, Nancy Ellen, Sania Rosa l-ee. Joe Bill, Kirbyville Wg l-egge+'l', Lufher Guy, Harlingen Lis'l'on, Crysiella, Ha rlingen V45 .'-fe' 'Aki ' f as n f1fa,,. 4 E w MNIBVX QW if . I . QQ 5' EW "... A Ne I CDH C Pefe Pi' F I B Ran R Reyne Rig Rode Ro RyaH, Ru Sanch Sch S Shofn Sha S Newcomb' Waldo B., Primera Newion, Billy E., Bishop Nichols, Carroll F., Kenedy ' Nixon, Clara Chrisiine, Ganade l Nusom, Roberl A., Kcnedy i l I . Oliver, Mary Lane, Carrizo Springs Ondruselc, Daniel J., Alice Pardon, Aurora, Alice Parlcer, Margaref Dene, Bishop Peclrman, Carol Ann, Mercedes l Peferson, Lawrence, Danevang Pierce, Doris Ann, Harlingen Poenisch, Adolph, Jourdanion Pollard, Margy Ann, Housion Rangel, lrma, Kingsville Ramey, Jo Lee, Kingsville Raiih, Geraldine Frances, McAllen Read, Duane C., Bishop Read, Ruby Faye, Sherman Rehm, Jo Ann, Sabinal I Reynolds, Margarel' Lucille, Harlingen l Richardson, Waller G., Housion Richfer, Tony W., Alice Riff, E'I'hel E., Hondo Roach, Ben Tom, Ausiin Roden, Roberl H., San Anionio Rodenberry, Jimmye Lou, Kingsville Rogers, Lorraine Ru+h, Corpus Chrisii Rapsfein, Kirby T., Wesi Columbia Ryan, Freddie C., Runge RYall. Pafricia June, Harlingen Ruff, Willard A., Carrizo Springs Sanez, Rosalba, Sania Elena Salge, Allen, Karnes Ciiy Salinas, Juanifa Alma, Kingsville Sanchez, Carlos W., Torreon Schaeffer, Gloria Doris, Cuero Schirmer, Henry W., lvlacdona SchriHer, Genevieve Ann, Mercedes Schulle, Vic+or J., Orange Grove Slloinef. Troyce C., Harlingen Sl"3W. Ardelh Marie, San Anionio Sllufley. BeH'y Jean, Reiugio Si'l'l'on, Ruby Jean, Rayrnondville i T Mil' SAA i is ,.. ., 4 1'I W ' 5' 6 'X . . is i J i , -2 ,-5, Qi r ix VR - 1' 4 z' , ,xx S Smidl, Vernon Doyle, El Campo Smi+h, BeHy Marie, San Marcos Smiih, Tomas Eugene, La Feria Smilh, Lamar Richard, Siockdale Smiih, Thomas B. Jr., Markham Snow, Harold Arfhur, Jr., Wesl Orange Snyder, Johnnie Lulher, Bay Ciiy Sfanford, Jo Nell, Corpus Chrisfi S+arr, Daniel Marvin, Freer Sieelhammer, James Sidney, Alice S+ephens, Calvin Willard, Bishop Slevens, Thomas David, Sania Rosa Sievenson, Floyd Thomas, Olpe, Kang, Sfewarf, Willie June, Kingsville Sfinson, Be'H'y F., Corpus Chrisii Siory, Anna Rufh, Alice Sfrarup, Leroy Gilberi, El Campo Sfriedel, Herman Elridge, Sinion Sumrow, Peggy Jean, Kingsville Sunday, Bob O'Neal, Cuero Taylor, Glenn Edward, Raymondville Taylor Mary B., Dripping Springs Thamm, Charles Franklin, Cuero Thomas, A. H., Van Buren, Ark. Thompson, Doris J. Raymondville Tibbs, Lilburn Evan, Pughfown, W. Va. TibileH'i, Bernice Kaihryn, Vicioria Tobin, John, San Diego Tooke, Roberf L., Corpus Chrisii Traweek, Billy B., Beeville Troublefield, Marvin M., Jr., Rusk Tucker, Mary Elizabeih, Housfon Tucker, Walier D., Inez Turner, Calvin A., Bishop Tumilson, BeHy Jo, Carrizo Sprinqs Turner, Clara C., Bishop Valiguria, Evelyn Berniece, Bay Ciiy Vavricka, Ida Bessie, Kingsville Vela, Oralia, Roma Villareal, Noel M., Faliurrias Villarreal, Ysidro, Faliurrias Voelkel, BeHy Jean, Weslaco Wagner, Walfer Hober'r, CuerO Wagner, Marvin, Banqueie Voelkel, Rav Franklin, Nordheirn We i Wa V Wil N Wh V Will Vl Wil V Wi N- Wo Wallek, Willie L., Tail Waller, Anna L., Weslaco Walfon, J. Ed, Sinlon Ward, Cecil J., Asherlon Warwick, Dianne L., La Marque Waferwall, Jean L., Faliurrias Waison, Charles R., Los Fresnos Wafson, Leonard T. La Feria Webb, June C., Dallas Weber, Carl W., Cuero Winn, John A., Somersel Welder, Mary E., Beeville Wes+, Chloye A., Woodsboro Wheeler, Doris J., Tilden Whiie, Carroll B., Harlingen Whiiehead, Barbara A., Refugio Whiifielcl, Nancy A., Raymondville Weiderker, Monroe C., Freer Wiederhold, Joyce M., McAllen Wilson, Sarah J., Porf Lavaca Williams, Roger H., Los Fresnos Williams, Thelma L., Kingsville Winn, Harold D., Sanla Rosa Wind, Larr l., El Campo Winkler, Helen J., Bloorninglon Wilcox, Edward Roland, Crysial Cily Willis, Edna Mae, Eagle Lake Wilson, Sarah Jane, Porr Lavaca Wifhers, Bruce M., Tulela 'Wi+herspoon, HarrieHe D. Del Rio J X Wifi. Eddie Wayne, Beeville Wifien, Kenneih Earl, San Anionio Woelfel, Virginia E+hel, Kingsville Wolf, Rose Marie, Corpus Chrisii Wood, William C. Jr., Kingsville Woollyflqhi. Melvin Cash, San Beniio W"9l1'l'. Johnnie Lou, Faliurrias Ybarra, Lucia V., Kingsville Youngblood, James D., Bishop Younis, Bobby R., Banquele ,,,..-sv' 24 sm I . 13:-j A , ...fi hiv . 9 42. .2 4 , ,iff , 4.35 ,LJ f 5 - E ,V 'I fl - ' - I , -, 1 .1 . L . it --. r 79 l lilos lin ,L Amelie, f.SlLlllENT5 l fl AVUGVICGU 9 L,lnive5f'Si'Cl9S A A donecee fJ f XX In 1936, after many months 1.-,--' visiting colleges in the United States, a private concern be carrying out its proposal to recognize and publicize outst ing students in American Uni- versities and Colleges. About ix hundred schools subscribed o f F fs - "fr iii Q' A lf., 11 - V, l il, lr" ,iff .1 r P fi All i' L 5' l ' 3 l, Ill I 5 li fill ,rf U ' , f li 4 , lyl .. my Q , if l in-X 101' r to the idea in which a small p 5 centage of upper classmen are chosen by a faculty committee. Scholarship, part taken in stu- dent activities and general personality and character are things taken into consideration. Students chosen for the honor may purchase an inscribed key and their names are entered in an annual publication, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. A job placement service is also offered. Eighteen students from AGI were chosen this year. Luella Jean Brossette, biology maior from Kingsville, has been president and vice-president ot the Wesley Foundation, treasurer for the Ag- sociation ot Women Students, a member ot the Footlights Club, and rush captain tor Delta Theta Sorority. George A. Bohl, from Devine, is a vocational agricultural education student who is a valuable member in the Aggie Club and the Collegiate Capter ot the Future Faremrs ot America. Bohl also belongs to Alpha Tau Alpha, national honor- ary fraternity for agricultural education students. W studi ear Ex-Si beer Clul: Texa and iona mag is tra cle a Ch An educafion-hisfory major, Owen J PoH'sy Crawford was secrefary-+reasurer of ihe S+uden+ Council, associafe edifor of "The Rusiler and a sfaunch worlrer for +he Veferans' ASSOCldflOI'l William E. Duncan, iournalism siudeni' from Devine, was ihis year's edifor of El Rancho and fhe Ex-Sfudeni' News. Duncan has been vice-presidenf of The Press Club, feafure wrifer for The South Texan, columnisi' for The Rusfler, and frequenf confribufor fo reg- ional newspapers and agriculfural magazines. N 4 ,.e, 97' Roberi' E. Bunfroclc, business adminisfraiion s'Z'uden+, is from Mercedes. Presideni' of ihe Business Adminis- frafion Club, Bun+roclc is vice-presideni' of 'rhe senior Class, secrefary of fhe Kappa Sigma Nu Frafernily, and 6 member of +he lnfernafional Relafions Club and Alpha Chi, naiional honorary fraierniiy. Alf s 'X ,S-. A nafive of Belfon, Mary Annelia Howard is a home economics maior. She is a member of 'lhe All Home Economics Club and was secrefary for Alpha Chi and for Kappa Omicron Phi, nafional home economics frafernify. Jack A. Haddiclr is a hisfory siuclenl' from Freeport For The Soufh Texan, he wrofe 'fhe col- umn, "On fhe lnfernalional Front" was reporier for ihe Roberf J. Kleberg Hisfory Club lwo years, and is an honor sfudenf and a member of 'lhe Infernafional Relaiions Club. Frih Harsclorff, senior iournalism major from Lalxe Jackson, serves as edi+or of The Souih Texan. Winner of +he feafure wrifing confesl' of ihe Texas lnfercollegiafe Press Associalion lasi' year, he has also been presidenf of ihe Press Club. Three-year Javelina halfbaclr Roberf G. Leary, from Laredo, gracluafes as a nafural gas engineer. Leary is a member of fhe American Chemical Sociefy and fhe Nafural Gas Engineering As- sociafion. Af fhe close of fhe I947 season, he was elecfed co-cap'rain of fhe Javelinas. He is parli- amenfarian for ihe senior class fhis year. ,1,-in-'JKaoefLq. 1 tl j X ji , a Q v , . ,. 5 r X MaHie Mae Richards, from Combes, has been associafe edi1'or of The Sou+h Texan for fhree con- secufive years and is a member of 'ihe Sludenl Council. A journalism s'ruden+, MaHie Mae was Press Club swee'rhear+ las? year and was presidenf of Cousins Hall Council las+ spring and Summer- She is a member of Alpha Sigma Sororify, Alpha Chi. and 'rhe Press Club. AS-, Queen of fhe campus, Marian McConnico is a senior home economics major from Gregory. Before her eleciion as Lanfana Queen las+ fall, she had fwice served as a Lanfana Lady. Marian was Aggie sweefheari +his year and lasi' year was sweefheari' of lhe Della Sigma Chi Frafernify. She served on 'lhe Seale Hall House Council for rhree years, as presidenf in ihe spring semesier of I948. She has been a member of fhe Associafion of Women Sfudenfs council, ihe Tennis Club, Delia Thefa Sororify, and fhe Home Economics Club. Only junior fo raie Who's Who, Marvin Schwarz has played fhree years for fhe Javelinas as varsiiy halfbaclc. Schwarz, agriculfural educafion siudenf from Mercedes, was presidenf of fhe sophomore class in i948 and has appeared as a member of a vocal duel' in various assembly programs. He is also a member of +he Aggie Club. ,- . ,, hi V 'HZ jj , S2 if j , Frank Leigh, a senior animal husbandry major from Premonf, was Aggie Club Presidenf in I948. He was also holder of ihe Sherwin Williams Fel- lowship on Brush Eradicafion. v. x . I E es, Q5 f A '+I 'I td ' J A-iv .34 -S Q ' X 5 gk 9 gQ "K," 1 'K "l',ff4-If 5 Q w A-ACN ff xx .W vs dl Nb 4 K A5 Y x- 4 wa. , . 5,-,1 X1 ..l Gil-LQQB x -':. ll If' xg I ' 1 ! 9' 5 1 .0 ii J N KJ I Xx 1 s 0,4-Y wil"v,- I f 'xxx .7 I I A v D 'x m N, H 'iii' M Wk 'Q x if I N ,X X ' :, 1, x ll . 0 FY 1 M, nl A X X x OJ' If g.. X f ix ls, 5 541' means "roundup" 7 ... f L, QT' 1 1 s 4 I 1 I 4 ? 5 4 v Q Ri Q 7zE3'5g,!h4z91g5l!:64,', 1 ,f 1 12 5 1 tl 15 1 5 , 1 r I W M, UV Z ,f - Q N."""'Z ffl! I 'I I ,sf , 4 s E V , 1 P g The hh! Sc I 1h0S0 whO Survi ve und O Khef ,- of CO1 C phgsev X ge X ess Comms 1119 Auf ,ft ,.,f ,I K 1 I,-' Now, Y-ok-cyod Ex S' n Udvnr , of hc- ora makin Sv ' 511 9 Dlqns in QU I i UfOfmQl so S w sion I 1 W amecammg 2 I Srnnn 01 I'l"l'T'lPf'nYTI.Y1Vl Hur- IH-p N':i1',' wuz the I r, lmdnimnnl bonhrr- N K V1 1 x s 5 ,E A v"? e ...Ji B., pa' , :tail , um' A 4' gf HK C " or iw Yen Ybrglq ' YOXXY 'fj',.,Lfw X in 'qqfn 4 'theies H 3 r,,, af md .qrlo C DDII7 mill. 0 rqjly . I wife ' 3- A- vb F 01950 ox 55 'ii r .oq ,XONXQO 10' c '59 Frat pledges tcnce t.me cut lor on terlcxinment during the all-night vigil over bonfire material he igofx WSG 116 r e O 0' .'-Vpic 10' Um - " Q6 Ei' me 1' fo Q1 900 IS See XDQL-Glxxq qc I H0 und d ch he .fgxe O x9 me'-'011uo" fb-fe' Qui' 'he Xocgecov 119 . c s 4 1 Um Plr. XK0 une pus Q-mini L! 'Q -Qs' 1 2 'Xl fill 1 'v i 5415- 466 made What the well-dressed irosh wears. This bashiul boy won first prize with his lace-trimmed shorts. The traditional Shirt-tail Parade provides many laughs, Gathering at the T-lac. the scantily-clad freshmen boys do a snake dance to' the Rialto theater. Here they enter into various laugh-provoking Contests such as pie eating and whistling with a mouthful ot crackers and AGI songs and yells. Mary Alice and Polly seem to be enjoying their role as judges. -9 Q, f , f 1 I, , ,, ff7fVZV .sy ,V ,A 5 . 4? xqffjfyji ' X y .1151 bl ..-nf, ., , ,I Z' Zzilgbf, i i J, Y flu .5 K sg' gf' xi ' Xi l X ,A fr 2 ,, xsgfgk Q ,W W 2' 2 t in w g lr X we X sjityfm. ,4, 4. an 1' it ,Wig Zim I K 1 ni, Lx - 14- X M3 ?"i 2 0' W: r'9 I O 1 fb. lk HU V! 52 ix 1 I Nl, 1- 9 Fm C' 3 A 59, I I 5 I , :ff',: 'T , ,jf 1 - 'f f A ff f 5' fy F 3 , ,gh Ah., V4 .,-at L. A' 'I 5 7' ' 1 I V ,J K ,QQBM 2 11 O Q' 2 t z l 5 3 L. F' i 1 5' ig,-vk f X . n ADI, ' ' ,',...i"'::' T-11 is ka.. ' ING, 'SJ 2. v -. ,K '.l ' in U .' 'P :L 4' X X Q dam' '- ., Qg -Q., f ...- 4, firmg . ,y K, QQ5 V 'Q Ffa 5,21 'ij V , E i , 1 y S 5 . Nita- 5 K , s K 'K iff. 2 ml 7 ,Y ii . -If Q gi A 7 v ,VA . , ,V Q. I I , mf, Q .- e 1, I , ' ' 1 '3 5 ,, , if A, A f ,, aww' X' f 1,2 ", .5 :4 Q ,ty I xg? 1 4 xv f ,.,, H at ,Y ' 7 ,,l' xy' ' , f - N , ' nah' . it 5 4 gf A-. Z-Z' rf? ' Qzfxs' ,ff fix. - z "' 1 4.- 434 4 I uw, ' Ax b F ' yd Yin, 1 5, Q-vs? '? 7 Look what Santo brought Kale! .Smead vw! ' 1 5 Virginia Frels eagerly greets pledges W L Now Bala Gamma pledqel 9100! OVC! bid! Welcoming committee qreels new Delta Thelcs B ' G ' ' h I :rl ll BG plodqon treo! members cl Pick'x HE:r?1eco?nTn2oRc:llyc mug game 0 oelbqn G' 'E Q Rf. f' rs- . f'7 " iw b 401 -qv' oil on u 'WIS ut KQPPG 1 ul lnilil ,Mi i E1 ' -.2 3 sorority songs at lor 1 X ai cfe Gifs' oibe 'Gs iff" f Alpha Snqma Pledges acting pleased. but suavel io. at Y their party .1 !aa'r Gypsies oll on a hayride mf-T Pledge service A KGPPU Omicro 2 ' W . .. H Ph ' ' at mmmion bcmqdge swig punch. down cookies U, f X52 r, , Q v n , I l me 4 . ' In A ,M Aq W, l g . f " , f N' 1 1 . I , f f . , ' V M, -,age ' 7" 27 , fi 2,451 2 pl' , , , V ,Aff ,WMM W 4163, Solemn sorority pledges about' to be presented at iormal presentation, dance . . Betty Stinson fleitl and Mary Agnes Scruggs, pled- ges, haw-haw as they pin Homecoming mums on lack Galloway, the fella with the sick-cow ex- pression Kris Krinqle de' 1 i q h 1 e d Delifl T h e t a Sorority. Early. i00- E 7. fx Lb ' V- 'JI ?'1 5. ., by 1,', if' ' ILM I 4 A Y I W, F.. 1,6 x i ,B1 N 2 ' Y fi It Q A-Ld 1.49182 ,V - 1 a 4. J WITH GAGS AND GALS AND GHQSTS , 0 X F 3 . -1 l K N .M 1 U? ' A s 4 4 Q t f rr ..-,- P j t 7 , 2 I.. h Wt,-M ""'M""":a,?'ais-"sf " . cjf- , !!wt?gZ,3fZfw X , ,-.T X It V " "" J 1 L mm,. Q , f W , fn , far- .-',V. ,fp o.,,,,, .M fjh fgcfldjw 3.1" , ' - ff yk, -- ,Mg 34,521 Mctvirw' ' ,- Q A Q .r X - . X V A ,ff N -" ' N ' , ' J, NMSIE me FU' gvfk FW AHMGU 4 snfsl Uff' F' ' 5 t snf'S L A t N T H N s grin M Aff. I. 1 r X Student Council at assembly for ..Boogie,. MCCOI . d 'd through Xlght plugs: es ghost little President, "Wirnpy" Smith, carrie- ball U ' introduction of Lantana Lady candidates Hgfggfd Pgsgizgngil hgscii'-YSQSY femmes. don" even laze Ferguson ' Y the glmefmg GYG oi Glenn K 4 , n mtg Q ,guigv 5 Q ' , - ,ab ,',xlxj N :aiu ls! A J.. 0 5 X, 4 rnOS' . . and then came the clean-ug. Darlette McCain does the work. V I 'ax "f" Liv 1 5 ah' 8 , y v J' 5' ? N u Ja XJ' w . ,4. ,W L - M .V f Q w .1 4, pm... QM, , ,Y .4-A. X. , , - Q . ,. , A. v P, ' 4. W --'-1' '-: - 1'- v ' . 'wr' ,. f 1 f 1: f Q ,.:.-157,17 yi. 2 A .2,'t , Y - if Kfblifyf ' 1' Pf"."A' - ',-'yy -W9 J' fc ff' 'f' f f I -fret "Ni 3Q,,.- .1 I uw' - 5 4' I- H, wr, -AL3 5 .'Q' " r 2F"35i-1 .1 ggi I . .V I, I ' wx I K v--- -1 K , l W 9 1 .V ,' 1 -0' 0 -. 1' I' fi Q Ma 1 e w 'il .V Y fi an , I F2 f ,G 1' 'F , F4 , J 5 'Q I . . X y . A . ' A J 1' ', 5 u ' 21 M 5 17 ., 1 7 , 3 ' v W 'X A Y l in . I. 5 .,...w-1 LQ a V--'-ix .E "A I 1. M 1' in Q 4 I A V 5. 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Pusses ol Dclta Theta member: show everything lrom nostalgia and sisterly ccmpassion to im- patience and domonia: qlco. 'V 4-0 t , 1 U Q up-I A- i 139' 'H i . at f A' '1, 11 , f ' it . .. 'V were 7? , "wg: V ' -T ' ' , 5' ,X -li , . . .,, J.. Q Q , Glum gran in b time. Dip in a dilemma-lack Smith, Delta S'qma Chi pledqe. grabs Peqqy Dane's Mound. but eyes Milky Way ollered by Patsy Aqee speculatively. FQ' ,fv- 4 I HF ' 4' schizophrenic departing to the left is Mary Scruqqs who ii lvrliisiul about hex make-up job on Ieanette Peques, me goo eans. .icunq 70ee2! ,kJ is nnl 8 Kappa Sigma Nu pledges are N beaming with joy: living will be simpler, now that clothes are har- monized with curriculum. rn-sq, Psi Glum burns eatin' lunch on dusty gran in iront ol Loitin Hall. Giants in background just hiding their time. 1 ,Q if , J- 1 1' ',: 4.f, D . -.U fygjj 'f ' ' ,kijw . Ig Y, ,,f '1 .,.-' .---14 Eff "fig, H? Gum! HO! men, and no dissension in the ranks." These GUYS Pledged Delta Sigma Chi' who ii q5th2 goo 101 ll U Q. , . ' Y, gt . . V-'Jr' A ,y yi, .,,' "'lsIIi i' ' 4. T ,. f.- ' ffl' lf".'.:.. -.fvilq We . Q-,J .J Y kiwi 1,1 , MQ. warg, U fe..-f t ,. 5, -.. v ,. l. , ,W . ,, '- ' A Dir. -,ML ,y , . -,'7'f"1'f'1j . lg ' ' 1 - , . f , V . .7 .. . . A cn- . den- Q - a - f l f 'ill sfiuj I Healthy and happy, fellas in San Ouentln are cognizazt cf the lush life-long, sunny, and no Hell Week. . ag 6':? 5 'Q F, N5 ffvr . 0 0 ,Y V fa if 7 1 ,-..L5.,z 0 Q5 1 g, ' if 4 5 U 'iw I' 5 1. 7 fggu. 2-' ,V w tf ' yy-.FJT ':"W3,"H .1 1,4 -X ts. WV an ,1 .W,, V t ,Y gn . -W , 4 ,- Ti? V ,WL 2 I ,,. '3 , l :K -, I ' J 'lx . Ki ks . ,. vm .3 -9 swag Qi' Vx' , J? fp LM-s 'V 1- ey Y I 1 . . , , .1 . , S ' 5' . , 3 rx J. U 7 A! 7 -f lp, ' . 'fx WE A H153 yr! v fl 'wh 135' ,fx Ywvj .K L ' i ' Y LW! f,,' , ,gb r , 3 N is' K oi j if ,Q fu , .4 wr 'vi' SV Ma Qiigp' 6 Lv' Q . 1 A ai 4 Q gf- .fi I Q . I. i 5 I 7 1 i T V , 5 1 , E I 1 1 1 f ai ! A 4 I 1 4 4 x 5. L ! N W as Y l l nits! U15 Ut Dance Some girls bought the boy's corsages, others, like these, made novel ones with hearts and cigarettes. O- K-, the resentation's over . , P ' lhe music s started, so on with the dance. I fl .few Some like it hot, some like it sweet The band tries to please by rotatin in style. 5 , rs' 'I-5 lgaf e t x...,X ati exam ,egg M 4 Q4 - 1' "L Si I , IQ I 1- " 5 l 4 . - Xi i 'IJ X 'X- V W uixwemcm if A Location Xi! R hnuva The Kappa Sqn won thixd placo with thot! homey iloat depicting lite in the Vet Housing Unit. PUUY C1011 'Nl dim'-UOIY on the K I N 5 HOG' Most eye catching float oi all was the Lions Club's with a gr-is 5' V. , 1 ' I - T4 ,lx E t e 1 Q ' X l. 1 1, 5 , .4 , J- nf 5 Q n.,, w g 762 L - S .V . 1, 1 1 , , x.. '3 , ' ' K.-Ax vi ,vs 'ev' J 4 ,iv 5. V to a 7 MW' ,M-1 L Ill 'Ada 2, Q N I P ' '- x '3 CDU., 'W - ff? adm 1 Edna Hoffman, princess of tho fair. She IS a gem representing the gem of brews. l gy X, J -x IQ , , ,.., r- .7-"' !' 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My 32 5, f , . , .- A ., ., .. 1 'al rf r I , ,Nag , fy A new president was inaugerated at A61 . . Students QCIVG biflh to new mU9Cl2iH9 - - ,X j . go near the main campus dutroyod building on Santa Navy Band pgffgymed here for gi,-sg time . I rtrudl .... Car overturned on way NEWS EVENTS or' TH , Board ol Dlre-ctozs meetLnq in Weslaco author'zed planning ol ncw Administration-library buildinq lo Ba" Compu' Theme! "rc ' ' and jclned Texas Athletic Conference . . . A Const A ,Jun I V lf' 'Ku is ...Ls 1 , . , ' h i ' d ll . . H the Hustler whlc cure we A61 took active part in South Texas Fair and Exposition held on East Campus .... L P ,, 1 .if . 3 5 , A WK .XE I 1 S 7, , GF l THE YEAR Construction was begun on two new dormitories . . ing l A Q l . x ,I it , ,QM -1 l. ii if I . . . and lorge axrived to take care ol AGI publicity. ' 1-'ire destroyed Theater building on East Campus .... and caused estimated damage oi 5100.000 . . 0 ix X c Y i WM, t' T, 1 I .' 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V ,,..,...,,,- ,Y M... , r 5 D 1 f e 3 1 i 9 5 1 5 t'l, J L. l x W I 1 X P Q, f L D .58 ,tl , 27 :VIE PYH' Sf 1781? ef Q " THE IAVELINAS OF 1948 'iv' :Jing 1 Dewey Mayhew lack Rucker Don Hightower Head Coach Assistant Assistant . 122 Ivan Snowdeng T AGI AGI ' AGI ,gy Spoonemore goes against the Lobos SEASON'S RECORD University of Houston Howard Payne Southwest Texas State AGI AGI AGI AGI AGI AGI A61 0 I2 13 32 22 31 19 0 67 20 xx.. Sam Houston State McMurry East Texas Baptist Sul Ross State University of Corpus Christi Daniel Baker Austin Bob Stevens, HB . . 'Ke 'M 'M' .mf 7 - ' i s-2' f 'f vm 4 ff Schwarz sweeps the TarpOD end 123 Carl Spoonemore, HB Q mf, 15 7 .,,, , vw. E f, dn ifgfi 4,52 A Mn ., . ",, 4, Wi V ,spa Q ,Q M ,Q R S 14 A Tarpon runs through Hog squad e lav- ity of uston. ed 70 ne. In vn left 'elinas fading L Dan in ran I-larry tg with y and lpgaps f"" Mike Manuppelli, G Sw V. I. Higgins, G Lobos and Hogs scramble I AVELINAS 22 INDIANS 14 Attempting only two passes all night, the Iavelinas came from behind to whip a rugged McMurry eleven 22-14. The Indians' fast and tricky backfield together with a powerhouse of reserves was not enough to stop the driving plunges of Menke, Liska. and Schwartz. End Iackie Mcfllhannon got a safety and two points for the Hogs. Mcfllhannon got another six points for the Hogs when he caught a Saxon pass in the end zone. Menke and Liska scored around the ends in the third quarter to draw away from the Indians. Bennie Liska kicked two conversions. McMurry's second stringers got a touchdown late in the fourth quarter when Myatt crashed off tackle. gl: ,j fff,,5,,,,,"g,f'1iL..5-5" 0, Q5 , ' Ed in Barrow, T Perry Langford, T Wilbert Melschen, T W -Q 'NV A Q-YT n " -' .. .ss . 1 i I, 4 . , A 5, -Nw , - ' ' 4: . . Q- M , qv' V AF ff f 1 Q ' 'fy ' '- : A 4 'fl 'f:":-1 n 4 d.,.-,vig -, . ., - ' ,1 f , n 1. , -bw .- 1. 2 1 C 6 U ., mls,-.f gil 23 41! . ' -4 Y 'Y "Q V L Ani 0 E' T V W A A , . , , ,tn , x lu ,E ,4 , -- iff. ' , .H A v. . - .7 W I' I M 4 . w S53 1'1- -A11 l 1 . g V 'Q' 5 I z . Li?-,Ki fl H +2 --A ,Quo- 5 .Q Bob Rahm, B IAVELINAS 32 A BEARKATS 6 The Iavelinas won their second game in a row from the Sarn Houston Teachers by the score of 32 to 6. It was a closely contested game until the final quarter. The half-time per- iod ended with the Hogs leading by a slim six-point margin, but the final period wracked up 20 points to give the scoreboard a lopsided appearance. Harold Menke, fullback from Cuero, ran wild again, making two of the tal- lies. Sharing in the scoring honors were Laddie Liska of Runge, Roland Kudla of Houston, and ldck McElhannon of San Benito. Bennie Liska, of Runge, kicked two conversions. E Earl Turner, G l 127 E 5. 4-34 ' lx ek 4? ,a tr ,ff x. . if ' 'J . l YM N 'K . ' ' K '1- .wr -1 2- 6-l 3- 1 Y., 1 if '.-L I I . 4 4 5 Y 1 'Kg .ff ' ,Ut 8 .V K I qui! X. ' x , , 'Y' L K . e , 7 "y'. , If A U J Q- ii x D r I N44 pay I f',' f V ,MQ , 22 'N 4, f' s 5 'O f Qffgfl ' 4 . " . X fs N A LP V ist, gf.. , f, fa. M, foij gall! C J n ,fif 'sz if X 2. ' x . ...v W Homecoming against Sul Ross Gilbert Herrera, C Bob MCCurry. T Sylvan Miori, G IAVELINAS 19 LOBOS 33 The Sul Ross Lobos evened the score with the Iavelinas for tearing down their homecom- ing sand castle last year by steaming up from behind to snow the Hogs under 33-19. Early in the first period Schwartz and Menke carried down to the one-foot line where Schwartz plowed over for the score. Schwartz scooped up a Lobo fumble, and this time Menke and Prejean carried to the 4 where Laddie Liska tallied. In the second period Stevens' punt was blocked and Cleveland fell on the ball for the first Lobo score. Schwartz, Liska, and Prejean carried to the 13. Rees tossed to Spoonemore in the end zone for the score. The Lobos then scored four quick touchdowns to completely run the Hogs off the field. Daniel Baker stopped A Tarpon snags Spoonemore 33 'ith am- om :rly ied rrtz Tarpons couldn't be stopped IAVELINAS 0 TARPONS 13 Gaining a 13-point advantage in the first half, the University of Corpus Christi held on to its lead to upset the Iavelinas 13-0 at Bucca- neer Stadium. The sluggish Hogs who could never get moving suffered their bitterest de- feat of the season to open up an annual grudge match that promises to last for years. Peterson and Branch scored for the Tarpons in the sec- ond period on a ground play and long pass. The UCC team then settled back to push the Iavelinas all over the field. Only Spoonemore, Liska, and Prejean displayed any ability to run through the Tarpon line. . . or even slowed down 9 'QQ i 1. Laddie digs Menke scores against Lobos Jed nd ska ras the aan are men ely Frank Burroughs T Spooney was Tarpon trouble I A 'nr M fi i 5 'Q 31. L' , "1 1 1, v fx. 1 -. Mgxx-A N . ,,Xx A Q Q . -A , ef u X -" 1 4 fiftffgtx 0 ,, ,, AKER 0 f lave- rs and 1 their Hogs ir all- Fow- Vlenke. ged to Baker ut the 'elinas e Hog 'Ua- ' . . ,t k-HUM Hogs and Kangaroos at Sherman IAVELINAS 20 KANGAROOS 25 Austin College topped off the season at Sherman by defeating the Iavelinas 25-20 in a hotly contested thriller in the mud, in which the Kangaroos broke a losing streak of seven games. Menke, Schwartz, and Fowler scored to keep the Hogs in the ball game. With 30 seconds left Thompson took in a pass that netted 57 yards and the winning six points. The kick was no good, and the final score was 25-20. It was one of the most bitter defeats of an A 6: I team in history. The Hogs seemed to have had a bad habit of getting upset all year. Kangaroos stopped cold Q Stuart Bauer. G Bob Good, E i .gut ' sf". 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'H 'I 65,5 aw xfgiif I In 4 I ' , ' '- ' 51M "'a"'1'? . wqlxn ' . -. ',': - : 1-f -1 A . " :if-v.., , .sv ' - f W ' Q X1., 'y N .ag mY Aff "1 ' llf' RI.!'- J '-. fa' 2' ' --H." 1, 1- H, YQ . .. f . V 15A ' ! ,Q 4. l x x' ,-',, 7, ,H my , 3 J Q. 5 if Aw X. ,,. 4 ' 'ax - A 'fri- .wl W ,WL ,N gy L3 ? 1 Q ox' 1, I - . E: Ns-l If 1' A mugs' . ,dfgmyf av 5 'f ' - f PIRATES 55 IAVELINAS 52 The Iavelinas dropped the first of a twovgame series with Southwestern University of Georgetown. The game with the Pirates started the season and marked the first game on the home court. PIRATES 35 IAVELINAS 35 Southwestem led at the halftime period 23 to 18, but the Hogs took an early second half lead, and the game ended in a 35-35 deadlock. Bob Richards, Center Hip 5- J 1 f Y N X ,effort 5 X l' A , Ken Valley, Center fi! t is 'Xl li .-, if Six.. I Q Lf! 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Q1 G Bown Joe Brown Patsy Agee George Bohl, Owen Crawford, Wnmfred Smith, Mafhe Mae Ruchards Harry Carson Carl Spoonemore STUDEN T COUNCIL Student government has been administered by the student council since the school was formed in 1925. The ten members of the council were elected in the fall of this year, iour from classes, two at large. The four officers are elected in a special all-college election. Campus probems are discussed at the weekly meetings each Tuesday night. Dean Richards and Dean Wheat are sponsors of the group. Wmrfred Smiih, George Bob' Presndenr-Fall Presidenf--Spring 1257 Q S Nd --an-unuq The AGI yearbook of l949 was planned for the average student as a means by which the year's events could be preserved for his future reminiscences. Containing 248 pages without advertising and five color sections, the 1949 El Rancho is quite an ad- vancement from the meager begin- nings of the college yearbook twenty-three years ago. Printed in offset for the second year, the annual now employs a full-time photographer. No advertise ing was used this year as the charge per page was not high enough to warrant its use. With regard to the spring dead- line, the staff gave as complete a coverage of all campus events as was possible. -di 'rs ' o 5 . 'r 11" 'rg ,J Editor Bill Duncan with a former edition john "Smitty" Smith Cnot shownj was sports editor He made up 8 football section. Art editor Alvin Cog dill. He drew Iorqe Art editor Oscar Hrn- cir painted the jave- lina on page one and was around to give advice when needed. C b ll ever Put In long hours In Covering events 9 wa A t Edt Pat Holbein alonq with COPY Editor Susan mp ' 5 cmd developmq pwtufes SSOCIG G 1 OI ' present to do the dirty WOIk- ! 1 Q, Z Q fl! O I '4 1 1 ,f 53' r - 'L W xg .XZ dk w -. f " , i 'NCD dk XJ cg' K xl? .3 'A .if QI, j6- db ish' :gg ' '. + . X.: RJ ,S',QQQ",9 I q 35 w iw Xi,cA4V V, 6, Rx St. xxeiq, Vcc? XA. N., I J if Q? X ,jf lx h get gf xc: GC Qu p GJ ,if R59 G ex S if xc QQ' 'N x . ,H V9 Q" .N ' ' 'X Bill Holmes, assistant publicity director f' 4' t ' 0 x LSJXL i X' N , X , , - - 6-QQ-'X'-.--. xr . the college, is the man behind the scenes r Z 5 KQZJ-, Q13 KQQQ. 9, '5 Q, many student publications activities. His - QP QQ' Q. Q .QP :S Q0 ledqe ol what's new around AGI. past a - s- 'L .Q ws ,Sb eff qi Is? fr QV ent, makes him an indispe e - to Q -5 me Q AY, 90 student editors. , '7-S N' Q ' ' Ni ,-., N-Qy9'f.s .Q ,N N5 I If ii' Q 'G' 'G 0 ov DBWS Ye Q9 S 1 No 1 1, 17 I he SIU- ff 49 5 179' 47' fy A ,if fC: fu.. -f X in N.. n 5 x' A X Q GPPQ X N95-'ON .N-s,",.iN0-, sfswiysufg 60 "'q-Q VN' N CN v:4wx2'N'VNv.' INK! Q? Q. X 'X .df U . ni, , vias, nv' at v at N- S -vm Ns..-f" I t 5 Y H .it ' QQ 6?gQQ'iQbg 'e X -7, N . Cfsqb og' 'QQQ Qxfxi QV' Ng? if .ids .xg Q7 5,5 .et X Q' Nj. sz' S 'N ' X ,Q 3g N ' 3 Q-so s, tobac- QJ Q' S' 552' ,le S 559 9X 96.6 . 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CJ -.. . , , x x N K' -C N A N N Q .4 ' A -f , Ng Q 'G 0 X Q, , -f P- .,., N x 4. Y' Q , 'T 1 'lorry Fullerton, versatile campus MC er and journalist. served as president ol the press club as well as an ST re- porter.,An experienced radio announcer. he MC ed lor A61 Melody Time over radio station KINE. Boots Wilkinson and Kathryno Yeaqer the ST's two most dependable reporters run. A senior and a junior respectively roportinq, Dorothy Schmidt. ST reporter. shared the greater part ot report- inq the week's news with Boots --x Wilkinson and Ricky Yeager. She 'W' specialized ln feature articles. Fritz Harsdorif. editor-in-chiet ol The South Texan, dug deeply with his column "Now Here This!" to correct conditions that did not seem correct. He hit many sore spots. d made a few ot his own. lt. and the an , paper as a whole, was well received. chcck qalloy sheets beloro the linal 'press they carried tho biq load ol wookly now: i Groundwork for the Rustler was done in the summer 119481 and the previous spring by O. M. Montgomery, former publications advisor, with a board of directors made up of editors of the South Texan, El Hancho, The Hustler and associate editor of The Hustler. Marshall Lynam, editor of the new publication, and his associate editor, Max Haddick, spent most of the summer gathering material and contacting advertisers for the first issue. The first issue. which came out with a large question mark in lieu of a name, was proof of the work put in on the book. ,,ZZ 2 Alter having done a wonderful .job as editor of the first issue, Lynam had to. quit school: the sponsor, O. M. Montgomery, resigned to 'take a position in Florida: and Max Haddick admitted - regretfully - that he had indeed bit off more than he could chew, what with his other jobs, va- cated his post. These three major mishaps left the new youth all alone - and on nobody's door-step. But, jaunty Sparky Cate, working admirably hard, rescued the new magazine, nourished it, gave it personality, and made it click by editing The Hustler deftly and devotedly. Potsy Crawford was drafted as the second associate editor. By projecting his super salesmanship, Potsy strength- ened the financial bones of the magazine. Paula Kilby replaced Potsy in February. Griff Moore is photograph editor: Bill Wilson replaced lohn Potter as business manager: Bill Duncan is book editor: and Alvin Cogdill, Phil Iensen. and Oscar Hrncir are art editors. As outlined in the February issue, "The pur- pose of The Hustler staff is to present the best and the most enjoyable magazine possible with the material and facilities that are available .... We are actually pretty hot to put out a magazine that you like. We would like to have your criticisms and comments . . . "The Hustler is a publication of the students of A61 College. A faculty advisory board for the mag- azine was appointed by President Poteet. This board is composed of Mr. Orlan Sawey of the Eng- lish Department. Dr. Everett Gillis of the English Department, Mr. Hebert Hawkins of the Art De- partment, Mr. Bill 'Scoop' Holmes of the Iournalism Department, and Mr. Max Haddick of the Economics Department. The purpose of this board is to act in an advisory capacity in matters pertaining to Hustler policies and to make appointments to the staff on the recommendation of incumbent staff mem bers. They also supervise the financial affairs of the magazine." Owen Crawford Z i 'N ff f'igv?,?Q Ze 246416 X., . ,..,,,g, Art editor Phil Iensen sketching a clever cartoon, no doubt. Boss Cate talks things over with Bus. Mgr. Bill Wilson , f 4 ' inte V, f jf! , P ,f , 'f , f 5 , g X! 7 ff , V V ,V I i gf f ' f . . we " T If i . K . V ii. ' " , 4 , 192 f s , ,,,,, ' ,,,, 5372 U ,Aww - 1 " BAND Director Erwin Ernst instituted a new idea at AGI last fall when he chose tour twirlers and a girl drum major to give an array of flashing pulchritude at football games and student gatherings. The band this year had little to go on due to graduations and loss of members. A recruiting program was begun in the fall, however and now the musicians are once more up to standard. President of the band is Gene Bennack. ,rv .-' . K ':i1'Qn,l 4 wk Xz,,Q-V. v - '-35 .-5 f'si4fi1'g3a'.c-- ,w 1 ' " K, ,. it 4 f WAX- 3,,-:yy-j, gt Nw 1. n.fat-Q'slF -. 1-nsgqg . Y vf1s'f. . - my 1 a ,f by ww ., , .. in-Q. - :,..v t. .Q uf- ' ' . ... f-t - t fir' ,-. 'ARL-,iiglv ,k'.f'+.x".+.."t -1 if 1 X dar A, H .V ,, is U .., K, r A - - - -2 -x f -M' M , A ...f , ,,, .K .ft -cs M. " - , r.. ut, . g '-ji -v" - -----Y --- , , .P--v...... -A .... .,-,,...,.,, .,.1........,,---. t ., ap, l . E V' A I . E 1 i i , i s 2 V r 2 l I . Z if: g, - i Y .Q , i ri r ' r Top Row: Galloway, Stevens, Staggs, Parker, Alewine, G. Chalelle, Collins, Finley, E. Brown, Walker, Volkmer, R. Brown. Mayes, Argus, Clark, J. Chatelle. Middle Row: Wickware, Walker, Haskins, Kueck, Denson, Hoffman, Pierce, Scott, Brock, Pollard, Bennet, Lacey, Hicks. Bottom Row: Lathem, Granberry, Hammer, Baker, Carpenier, Hatcher, Ely, Maynard, Du- Bose, Tom, Powell, Whitfield. President' . . . . Gerald Chatelle Vice-President' . . . Geraldine Carpenter Secretary-Treasurer .... Ruth Marlin Reporter ...... Frank Sfaggs Librarians . . . Jack Galloway, Betty Walker Manager ..... Jimmy Chatelle A CAPELLA CHOIR Newly organized in September of 1946, the A Capella Choir of AGI is composed of forty voices that sing good music without the accompaniment of instruments. Membership in the choir is determined through try-outs and is subject to the approval of the director, Prof. Raymond Elliott, who is an instructor in the music division of the fine arts department. The A Capella Choir makes between thirty and forty public appearances annually, five of which are out of town performances. In February, a two-day tour of San Antonio and territory was made. Laredo was the nucleus of th e choir's performance tour of the winter-garden area this spring. 194 v , P WU, JCK. Du- AGGIES Organized at AGI in the fall of l928, the Aggie Club aims to promote friendship, coopera- tion, and whopping big times among its members who are agriculture majors. Besides sponsoring the annual South Texas Iudging Contest this spring, the Aggies held exhibits in the South Texas Fair and Exposition last fall, and sponsored the Flying Farmers annual meeting in March and the South Texas Vocational Agricultural Iudging Contest. In May, the twentieth annual Aggie RoundeUp, to which Aggie exes are invited, was staged. President . . . Joe Tocquign Vice-President . . John Cool Secretary . . . Bill Coble Treasurer . . Grover Williams Reporter . . . Melvin Neill Parliamentarian . . Richard Trappe Song Leader . . Milre Wright Yell Leader . . . Ralph Leggett Pitch Forlr Wielder . . Vernon Hibler Row 4: Roberts, Fryer, Fenner, Richardson, Hale, Allan, Altman, Andrews, White. Row 3: Neuman, bnyder, Smith, Thur man, Youngsdale, Jacobs, Gibson, Seitert, Smith. Row 2: Mahon, Heard, Henry, Ermler, Wilson, Garrett, Brown, Bohl Seated. Petty, Noble, Lortting, Hibler, Bolin, Goodwyn, Massey. , X M ' lug!! t f 15 sf? Q al LJ-it -vw- I FV 4-.. G' "' K' f vi?" 1 9' X , . ,. 5 1 l xt . Q 1 J Q? rv 4' 'ff' in fu-I MARIAN MCCONNICO Sweetheart 'Q' s 24 JA , ,, ,f ' ' 1 Row 3: bhiselin, Mahon, Ryan, Hasdorff, Watson, Bauch, Mckinney, Bounds. Row 2: McVey, Bohl, Turner, Hughes, Davies Bridges, Hambletf. Seated: Leggett, Cooke, Cook-sponsor,WiHiams, Tocquigny. AGGIE CLUB Adams, Altman, Andrews, Allison, Allen, Allen, Barnes Bolin, Bohl, Bechtold, Boal, Brown, Bounds, Bird Butler Beddoe Bohl, Bucanick, Brooner, Bridges, Booth, Cook, Campion Chilen, Cook, Coggins, Campbelle, Casey, Click, Cockran Crawford. Davenport, Dunkin, Darling, Deutch, DeHarment, Drosd Day, Doroigue, Elrod, Ermler, Escobar Elrod Pinto Faltln Flinn, Fallon, Freeborn, Faltein, Glenn, Golke, Griffin,'Garrett: Gabriel, Garrett, Gh' 1 ISG in, Gibson, Goodwin, Hale, Hughes. H 1 . , . aro d, Holbrook, Hibler, Hotz, Hurt, Harrington, Hicks Hamblet, Haby, Heard, Jacobs, Iohnson, Iesse Jameson, Jordon ,.z, I M5 Kelly., Kendrick, King, Krause, Kone Killough, Kidd, Kowald: Koenig Klous, Ley Lei h, Lo , . g man, oman, Leiseman, Lukes, 'Q Loud Lucker Lukf , , e are, Leggett, Leppin, Lorfing, Lynch, Mahon, Meischen, Misenheimer, MacDonald, Meyer, Minton, McKinney, Merzbacher, Moore, McNail, Moore. 196 -ff ig 3' fnfz. . , - K' ,V , ,, , Qin! vw -f , 3,4 4171 ' nfl! 1 Q 'argl ff A jf wh HQ? ,Mrs ef f . Qi, ri, I , A . ,Q , 754 ,, ,- AGGIE CLUB Massey, McVey, Mariin, May, Maniscalco, McDow, McKinney, Marlin, McPc'lers, Myers, Nauman Neal, Nelson, Nelson, Naby, Newson, Oranovslry,PoHer, Parli, Porler, Pale, Puig, Peferson, Pesek Pierce, Puyans, Poorman, PeH'y, Robinson, Randall, Rammin, Rodeen, Robinson, Roberson, Ryan, Rei cherl, Richardson, Roberfs, Richardson, Robbins, Reagan, Sparlr, Slrup, Slorm, Schufie, Schwarz Smilh, Shaw, Schmidl, Speclcles, Seiierl, Sfephenson, Schmidi, Simon, Slaier, Slevens, Snyder, Saun ders, Sfolie, Sanchez, Tuclzer, Tucker, Trees, Toalson, Trappe, Troubleineld, Thomas, Tomblin, Thor- l'on, Turner, Turner, Tocquigny, Williams, While, Wilson, Williams, Wrighl, Wallrer, Weber, Wool- : u c a o . uh J . rev, Wilson, Williams, Wilson, Wagner, Wagner, While, Williams, Walson, Walson. oe em Row 4: Myers, Campbell, Elrod, Sfephenson, Schufle, Jordan, Klause, Fallin, Roberson, Schmidt. Row 3: Koenig, Drozd Finlo, Pape, Lang, Kowald, Zissa, Puig, Wagner. Row 2: Beddoe, Myer, Muclrleroy, l-larrell, Adams, Holbrook, McNabney Williamson, Sealed: Elrod, Roberson, Neill, Leigh. 4 it El 4 'l iw '. --3 I., 1. M "'v-iff.--1' . - f ,- 'vp . . . '. " " 'I ' '- H Row 4: Burleson, Tucker, Kennedy, Bartley, Null, McNeil, Becker, Karney, l-lrncir, Smith. Row 3: lsham, l-lazlett, Bunt- rock, Luther Haddick, Rogers, Talbert, Stone, Andrus, Haynes. Row 2: Gaston, David, Mrs. D. Clark, Ortman, Potter Richardson, Jack Haddick, Manning-sponsor. Row I: Moeller, Aiken, Billie Clark, Potter, Finck, Craft, Shaelier. President . . . . John D. Potter Vice-President . . . . Homer Finck Recording Secretary . . . Christine Craft' Corresponding Secretary . . Billie Jean Clark Treasurer ..... Alvin H. Moeller Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Walter Shaefer Reporter . . . Bruce Tansill Aiken ALPHA CHI FHATERNITY Alpha Chi, national honorary fraternity, was founded for the "stimu1ation, development, and recognition of scholarship and those elements of character that make for good' scholar- ship." To be eligible for membership, a student must be in the upper ranking tenth of the junior or senior class and must maintain his osition of s h l h' ' ship. Alpha Chi had regular monthly business-programs and held a banquet in April. p c o ars ip to deserve continued member- 198 Dr AM ALPHA CHI MEMBERS Bruce Aiken, C. W. Allison, Richard Wesfon Andrus, Jr., George Calvin Bagnall, Homero Barrera, Arfhur N. Barlley, Jeannine Bays, Randolph Armin Becker, Leo A. Bohl, Doye Ray Bridges, Alfred Brighlman, Harvey Broyles, Mrs. Ima Bullock,Rcberl' Eric Bunfrock, James C. Burleson, Harry T. Carson, Billie Jean Clark, Mrs. Denise D. Clark, Ernesf Coy Clark, Mrs. Carrie N. Coleman, Leeman Cooper, Chrisfine Crafl, Roberl' Lewis Cramer, Owen J. Crawford, Shirley Nell David, Webb Theodore DeTar, Mrs. Mabel C. Dowdy, Joseph Lewis Durbin, Mrs. Gerlrude Vivien Elliff, John Clarence Evraefs, Homer Charles Finck, Marvin William Finfo, Roger C. Frank, David Gamboa, Horace Lee Glenn, Finley William Goodwyn, Mrs. GoHie A. Grigg, Joseph Grigg, J. Rexford Gross, Jack A. Haddick, Lufher Haddick, Charles F. Hand, Anne Harris, Frederick Leon Hasdorff, Donald Haynes, Dwighl' Hazleff, Arlhur J. Henry, Maria Luisa Herrera, James Couller Hinkley, Leonza Hinoiosa, Mary AnneHa Howard, Oscar Jerome Hrncir, Mrs. Trudie W. Huie, Wilber Viner lsham, Jr., Douglas F. Johnson, Frank Donald Johnson. Row 3: Roberls, Durbin, lv1cKie, Tocquigny. Siephens, Jones, B'lQlWlmGV1 S0blf3lUf0- ROW 25 RlCl'f3'd-'5P9'i'1O'i Rall' F' Ryan, Finfo. Shaffer, Zissa, Cramer, Crawford. Row I: ThornlOfl. RlCl'10'd5. l'l0fVl5. SUUQCJS. Mflgdlll- .i .-5, ,L M . , . S- .xf?.f..f"'-sr' . -..- 'fn I., If-.. - ' .V . 1 . .-s.. , au.-f - --g ' fwpf 'Q I , We Ls.--4 1. .s -"l,"7. f, ' 'L - 'f ff' . .H 'H A sv' ., . 1 .Tgfy-'Q ' 'fwff 1, nf-W, , ' as I 4, f.. L , . . , - , 2- fi' A .A 'rf' .V is W., , .gig I . ' ,. I - I 1 . V f- . ,Q V- lf" fi ML 'A 4, sr Back row: Bagnall, Johnson, Goodwyn, Johnson. Middle row: Lorfing, Leigh, Mc:Vey, Salazar, Travis, Woodul, Sealed: Shaw, Hinlcley, Andrus, Grigg, Grigg. ALPHA CHI MEMBERS Rober+ B. Jones, Nelson Monfgomery Karney, James Roberl Kennedy, John Wayman Kennerly, Edgar G. Kilby, Willam Harvie Leclrie, Ray H. Lee, J. Franlz Leigh, Elwyn H. Lorfing, George Lewis Lovelace, Mrs. Clara C. Manning, James H. Mayes, Alvin H. Moeller, Howard V. Moore, Jaclc T. Myers, Jane McBa+h, David K. McKie, William T. McNeil, David Tilman McVey, Josephine l. Nel- son, Melvin Lloyd Null, Kenneih Null, Belly Merle Or+man, Gran E. Parlr Jr., Mrs. Oran E. Park, Jr., Peggy Jane Perlrins, Howard H. Pollock, John D. Poffer, Marjorie Loleefe PoH'er, Irving Ray Reiff, MaHie Mae Richards, ZeH'a Richardson, Dwigh+ Allen Rober'I's, Marlha E. Robinson, William A. Rogers, Jr., lra Franlr Ryan, Edwin Joe Sablaiura, Anfonio Salazar, Waller Carl Schaefer, Mary Agnes Scruggs, George W. Shaffer, Waller J. Sharpe, Marfha Caiherine Shaw, William Thomas Smilh, Roberl Oren Siephens, John David S+one, Maurice Dean Talber+, Belh Thornfon, Joe Ray- mond Tocquigny, Richard E. Trappe, Clovis Travis, Jo John Tuclser, Roberl' Theodore Tussing, Andres Aveline Villcdas, Mrs. Pauline L. Weafhersby, Mrs. Rulh Wheaily, Charles Edwin Woodul, Mrs, Olivc Wuensch, Mrs. Gladys Younis, Lamberl Zissa. 200 . 4 Myer ALPHA SIGMA SOHOHITY I Founded in 1927, A6il's oldest sorority, the Alpha Sigma Sorority, seeks to promote the intellectual, moral, and social aspects of school life and to create genuine sisterhood among its members. The social calendar of the Alpha Sigma Sorority consisted of a Homecoming Tea for exes, observance of Founder's Day, a Western-style rush party, the pledge service, Christ- mas party, spring social, Easter Breakfast, and'the farewell dinner for graduating sisters. Bac row McKenzie, Poiier, Snelson, Tom, Smith, Richards, Redford, Valentine, Clark, Tatum, Middle row: Luca Varnofi Jo nson Palmer, McCain, Daniel, Brixey, Allen, Bible. Sealed: Wizziurt, Richards, Wagner, Turner, Gray, Morri v.J' 9 , i , s,,-. -N Fourlh Row: Bishop, Dean, Hart, Brown, Rogers, Pearl. Third Row: Marlin, Rehm, Waller, Eusface, Peckman, Bowman Shrifrer, Crawford. Second Row: Nixon, Tomlison, Cable, l-larrsfield, McCampbell, Thompson, Wardwiclc, Moehel. Sealed Coleman, Brown, Sommer, Pollard, Lincecum. ALPHA SIGMA . Zelda Turner . Merle Gray Maxine Wagner . Peggy Clausewiiz Carolyn Richards Nancy Smifh . Jaclcie Allen . . Pa? Morris Co-Rush Capiains . Sue Kowalski, Darlelfe McCain lnrer-Sororify Council Represenialives . . . Hollis Redford and Ann Brixey Al+erna+e Represen+ai'ive . . Honey Wissarf Hislorian .... . . Pal Clark Presidenf . . Vice-Presidenf . . Recording Secrefary . . . Corresponding Secrelary . . Treasurer ..... Parliamenfarian . . . Reporfer . . . . . Rush Capfain .... 202 Presideni' . . . Carolyn Richards Vice-Presideni' .... Darle+'re McCain Recording Secre+ary . . Geraldine Carpenler Corresponding Secrelary . . . Honey Wissarl Treasurer .... . Ann Brixey Parliamenfarian .... . Nancy Smiih Reporler ..... Maxine Wagner ln+er-Sororify Council Reprcsen'I'a'rives . . . Hollis Redford and Johnsfe Talum Al+erna+e Represen+a+ive . . Mary Ann Palmer Hisforian . . . . . Pal Clarlc AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY STUDENT AFFILIATES The AGI Chapter of Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society was organized in Ianuary, 1948. This chapter aims to better acquaint students with the realities of chemistry as a profes- sion and to offer them an opportunity for preparing and presenting technical material before those audiences interested in new developments in chemistry. This is accomplished through the presentation of guest speakers, educational films. industrial plant trips, and student- prepared research papers. Membership is open to students ma'orin in chemistr or chemical en ineerin . As- CJ sociate membership is offered students activgly interestedyin chemistry. g Activities for this year include field trips to industrial plants in South Texas, planned programs for guest speakers, and the annual A. C. S. dinner in the spring. Chairman . . . . John D. Stone Vice-Chairman . . Roberi' H. Gafford Secretary , . Norman L. Hardwiclre Treasurer . Robert G. Leary Row 4: Munninlc, Hardwiclce. Collard. E. Wheeler, Alexander,Kllbf95ll'1- MCCGVHWYI Soblfllufd- Nlcllolsonh Bower' R31 3 Eggart, J. Wheeler, Britch, Goode, Martinez, Rell, Matson, AfTClfU5. KGFWSOY- ROW 25 C5'lYO'l'5PO"5O'- Hlll Snelgon' son Cysewslci, Milcus-sponsor. Row I: Leary, Salford, Stone, l-lardwlclce. ft Row I: Leigh, Bownds, Tocquigny, Meischen, McKinny, Siiles, Wines. Row 2: Smiih, Bailey, McCurry Ryan Schneider Garrett Row 3: Leo Bohl, Noble Schwarz, Finto, McVey, Holbrook, George Bohl, Mahon. Seated: Alsmleyer, Clock, Norfh- way, Burlcs, Turner. President . . . . . J. E. Turner First Vice-Presiden+ . . . Cyril R. Schneider Second Vice-President . . Wilbert Meischen Secretary-Treasurer . . . Leo A. Bohl ALPHA TAU ALPHA FHATEHNITY In 1930, a small group of agriculture students formed a local honorary organization in which membership was based upon leadership and scholastic attainment. In the fall of 1933, Alpha Tau Alpha, a National Agricultural Educational Fraternity accepted these stu- dents and their organization as the twelfth chapter in the National Organization ci Alpha Tau Alpha. The purpose of Alpha Tau Alpha is to promote high scholastic standards and to build agricultural leadership. This organization encourages and supports every bona-fide club or effort in AGI. 204 , ' Mifwfr ' ' 1 ' Row 4: Wood, Kerr, Penrod, Murray, Ferguson, Clarlce, McCarthy, Burton, Bolleter, Cole, Blucher, Hardwiclce. Row 3: ' I 1 n k Lopez, Richards. Mays, Evraets, Attaberry, Roach, lv1atson,l-lrncur, Andrus, Leary. Row 2. McCleslcy, Solis, Hadduc, l Kloclcman, Ramey, Hirzel, Richter, Keftl, Balcer. Row I: Whi'I'e,Toolce, Widner, Kosarelc, Bernard, Aaronson, Childress, Cartwright, Oliver. Presicleni' . . . . Fred Bernard First' Vice-President . Roy Aaronson Second Vice-President . . . Carl Baker Secretary .... . Perry Widener Treasurer . . . . Grady Marchman Q Historian . Daniel B. Oliver l ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity, composed of college and university men who are or have been previously affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. Each candidate for membership must have the desire to render service to others as well as a satisfactory scholastic standing: also, each candidate must have had previous training in Scouting. The purpose of the fraternity, as set forth in the National Constitution, is "To assemble college men in the , fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and promote service to humanity." These are some of the more important services rendered by the APO throughout this past year: ushering l at and selling tickets for home football games: selling Christmas seals: distributing Christmas seal posters: ar- ranging freshman counseling: operating the March of Dimes campaign: staging the Ugly Man contest, pro- ceeds from which were given for the student union building: the annual George Washington Day dance, the proceeds of which were sent to the national service projects for bringing foreign students to America to study, Conducting the Red Cross drive, making campus maps for visitors at AGI: and teaching a senior life-saving , course this spring, lr: April, the APO had a picnic at Mathis. ,l ff ?fyg7f , .Qff ff ' ff! . - . f r fir Mania? ngsssfAQnseaezzs4rf3f CS' 3 ll 1 'g . 1.4, F10 " gg, ,gdb .' 19. " 4 -'.'v L v ' ' .. ' -!'n'i?74,., zu-4 Row 4: Gilbreath, Kosarek, Parker, McNeil, Beauchamp, Jones, Smiiln. Row 3: Brightman, Richter, Aaronson, Pye, Aiken, l-lirzel, Bridges. Row 2: Hammer, Rehm, Cable, Chresiman, Rodenberry, Deaver, Fenner, Melbern-sponsor. Row I: Lucas, Walker, English, lvloursund, Clark. President . . . Robert Buntrock Vice-President . . Stewart Wallace Secretary-Treasurer Jeannine McCaskill Parliamentarian . Cecil Adams Reporter . . Gerry Clwatelle BBA CLUB Students taking Business courses may belong to the BBA Club. The large size of this club J is proof of its popularity and the importance of business administration in the eyes of stu- 3: dents at AGI. 5' The club was founded in 1928 mainly to prr mote a better relationship between students and teachers and to furnish contacts between business and students. Field trips are made to local business establishments to study methods. Piunics and so- cial gatherings are enjoyed by members. k-kk. .f" " -a Lggi 206 2112 BBA CLUB MEMBERS Aaronson, Cecil Adams, Cyrus Adams, Aiken, A'brech1, Appling, Barrera, Baxier, Beasley, Beau- champ, Bolzle, Boofh, Booihman, Bradley, Bridges, Brighfman, Brock, Bunfrock, Burgess, Bulner Cable, Calvery, Cardenas. ChaHclle, Chresfman, Billie Clark, Denise Clark, E. Clark, K. Clark, R. Clark, Cramer, Deaver, Dieffenbach, Dubose, Durbin, Durdin, Edwards, Engelking, English, Esco- bar, Esflinbaum, Fenner, Garza, Garza, Gilbrea+h,Green, Grice, Gwynn, Hammer, Harf, Harisfield, Haynes, HazleH', Hinkley, Hirzel, Horak, Irwin, lsham, Jensen, Jones, Kaufer, Kerr, Koch. Row 3: Davis, Simon, Jensen, Evraels, McKee, McKee, Goodwyn, Adams, Grice, Koch, Chafelle. Bolzle. Row 2: Barrera lbarra, Soward, Schulre, Cramer, Rainbolr, Polfer, Voss, Schubert Kaufer, Manning-sponsor. Row I: Johnson, Svoboda Albrechl, McCaskill, Bunlroclc, Milchell, Brock, Marlin, Shaffer. Brown. Pl Sqn FN fl WM 5 , Ma., -S., Qu Row 4: Clark, Ward, Lance, Engellcing, Remschel, McLeod. Row 3: C cl R ' 'P ' ar enas, Hazlett, Cardenas, Escobar, Durbin, lsham ow 2. oaston-sponsor, Gwynn, Richardson, Smith, Ph H' P ' ' ' y vs, ool. Row I. Smith Kerr, Tomlinson, Hinkley, Edwards BBA CLUB MEMBERS sarek, Lance, Little, Lovelace, Lucas, Mebone, Mitchell, Moehller, Moursund, Myrick, Mc- Caskill, McCulley, McCloud, McNeil, Nelson, Nutter, Palmer, Parker, Paschal, Peel, Pye, Rainbolt, Ramirez, Rangel, Redus, Rehm, Remschel Richardson R' h Schubert Sch lt S Ko I , , 1C ter, Rodenberry, Russell , u e, haffer, Smith, Smith, Nancy. Smith, Phylis, Smith, W. Soward, Spencer, Staggs, Suppes, Svoboda, Taylor, Traweek, Tumlinson, Tuttle, Varnen, Voss, Wallace, Ward, Winginton, Williams, Ybarra, Evraets, Tussing. Sponsors: Dr. Mannin , M' Davis, Mr. Russell, Mr. Vand ' g iss Gaston, Mr. ervoort, Mr. McMillan. 208 1, of is 4 2 5 Z 4 ,J k in ' n Vit' ,mm s f A 4 ,N ja 3 4 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union was organized on the A61 campus in the tall ot 1925, the first Year of the co1lege's existence. It was formed to promote vital Christian growth, high standards for daily living, and Christian fellowship. Special .projects of the Baptist Student Union this year were redecorating the student cen ter, sponsoring .intramural teams, and presenting special programs in neighboring towns. Other .activities included in the B. S. U. curriculum were a loin-the ChurchrSunday, a Youth Revival, the B. S. U. Convention in Waco, a Christmas program, a Vocational Empha- sis Week, and a Spring Banquet. President ...... . Robert Stephens Enlistment Vice-President . . Claude Guinn Social Vice-President . . . Virginia Deaver Devotional Vice-President . . , Doris Olson Secretary-Treasurer . . . Lynette Huttman Music Chairman . . . . Chunky Volkmer Publicity Chairman .... Gloria Lathem Sunday School Representative . . Frank Cockrell Training Union Representative . . Marie Hartsfield Magazine Representative . . Bobby Clark Stewardship Representative . . . Edwin Lloyd Y. W. A. Representative . . Betty Lou McElwain Row 4: Walton, Smith, Lloyd, Cockrell, Newton. Row 3: l-tarstield, Halt, Brown, t-lall, Lathern. Row 2: Broullct, Turnlin son, Collins, Clark, Martin, Cook, Gaston-sponsor. Seated: McElwaine, Stevens, Deaver, t-tuttrnan. 2"'1 Q V'?"+ f -1 1 We.. f 5 -'f-,.o.f'. -f " ' ' ' M 9,-'.' lf'-' 'T' 41f1?f.l ': 5 .'g:j1'f,:e'j:ir"' LQ: Q TQ. .fa-.13-aft., r If-. .L jf .3 -f.-' Z: ..,'j2L'!:ff ,p w:',-'w.- f- '-.-1'-'C-if . Q mmf., . U ,, , 4f.,!':f, , 4...- - - A 'IJ' M' . ug," A ' "1 Sianding: Smith, Piclcering, Mitchell, Scott, Bayard, Treybig, lvlarii n, Pierce, Dane, Haskins, McNamee, Martin. Seaied Faullc, Poerner, Bell. Albrecht, Muller. President . . . . . Nancy Bell Vice-President .... Janice Poerner Recording Secretary . . Mary Alice Barrow Corresponding Secrefary . . Mable Muller Historian ....... Mae Lively Parliamenfarian . Rae Emily Cunningham Treasurer . . Tomefta Albreclvl' BETTY GAMMA SOHORITY Friendship, loyalty, and virtuous living these were the o 1 f h - g a s o t e Beta Gamma Sor- ity at the time of its creation in the spring of 1931. In October, the Beta Gamrnas staged a Night-Club Rush party, and a Halloween pledge service: the sorority had a Christmas party and Va1entine's Day breakfast and gave a Spring Tea and the Founder's Day Tea in May. 210 Pink elephants floated above the heads of this B. G. quintet at their nightclub party last tall H- Standing: Gaston-sponsor, Burris, Whitfield, At- wood, Broclc, Dodd, Burchers, lroylor, t-lenderfgon Johnson, Taylor, Stewart, Harvey, Collins, lvlcehfin Edge. Seated: Childs, Aqee, Kilby, Mellow Lovvern, Leston, llbilette, Denison, Valiquro Ashton. uw..- lnfvultf O. . ' -1,-.of g 5 s s t pp ,V pg gn A' n n lr f l - I is Q7 FEV' 'N- l if Q A 'f A V V g If 2. X5 ,V il tr, f 4' ,X ' , V , , I , 1 E r ' , ' A 1 f . ' A V ' ' I ,,, K L , , I f I f ,, I ,1 M 'V' f f - ' , V ,f f f . ,f , , 7,1 f X 3 .4 . f ' V , ji ,V fi' l it 5 l ' 1 'Wl' f C i- 1 Q If , 4 is My g 4. Tiff-' ' C , g, - Y, 'jr' ' 'l' 15, i-gk C Q- , V , ,' I. yi. ,, , Jgi'r,',V-.I .5 .I I Crit' U -. ' Q v ' 3 fu s Standing: Grigg, Burton, Woodul. Seated: Grigg, Holbein, Woodul. President . . . Chuck Woodul Vice-President . . Lionel Burton Secretary . . Pai' Woodul Reporter . . Joseph Grigg Treasurer . . . Patricia Holbein Parliamentarian . . Gottie Grigg CANTERBURY CLUB s The Canterbury Club is a club of Episcopalian culture and friendship that promotes the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Episcopalian students attending AGI by welding them into a common union. The organization held periodic meetings for the purpose of discussing business and topics relevant to the Episcopalian Church. The Canterbury Club is a member of the national federation of Newman Clubs. Standing: Smith, Frels, DuBose, H DuBose. COUSINS HALL HOUSE COUNCIL A democratic organization, the Cousins Hall Council facilitates harmonious living and good will for its residents through the instruments of self-government. Five elected otficers and wing representatives, who comprise this governing body, enforce dormitory rules and solve problems justly. This year, the council gave their annual faculty tea at Christmas-time and the spring garden party for graduating residents. Presicleni' . Vice-Presidenl Secretary . Treasurer . Parliamenlarian Yvonne Moursand . Hollis Redford . Belly Wallrer . Ruby Dubose Bonnie Gwynn enrichson, Wissart, Bennetf, Varnon, Priest. Seated: Gwynn, Redford, Moursand, Walker pl Row 4: Cadwallader, Wilcox, Easf, Pascal, 6. Chafelle, Parker, Hornburg. Row 3: Heard, Pye, Kooniz, Alewine, Siaggs J. Chafelle. Row 2: Colvin-sponsor, Sfahl, Fryer, McFall, Cock, Gilbreaih, McCulley-sponsor. Row I: Roberfs, Wallace Appling, English, Aiken, McCullar. Presideni' . . . . Bill English Vice-Presideni' . Slewari' Wallace Secrefary . . Bruce Aiken Treasurer . . . Hefner Appling Parliamenfarian . . Ward Fryer Reporfer .... . James Wilcox Chaplain .... . Dave Roberis lnframural Represeniafive . . H. D. Lavender DELTA SIGMA CHI Social functions of this year included two rush parties, a smoker and beach barbecue, the presentation dance in February, "Hell Week" for pledges the first week of the second se- mester, and the yearly formal dance in the latter part of May in Corpus Christi. Members of Delta Sigma Chi were active in all intramural sports. 214 ' DELTA SIGMA CHI Delta Sigma Chi Fraternity, having existed since October, 1936, seeks to promote fellowship ' i 't 's benes among .members and the student body, to conduct social functions tor the raterm y fit, to aid members in all ways, and to further the progress of AGI. Row 4' Smith Millitte Sunday, Schmidt, Childers, Sober, McDonald, Leggett. Row 3: Manning, Childs, Jordan Clark h K ' e, Koharelc. Seated: Shatner Beau l'liclcei Stebbens, Hicks, Pool. Row 2: Manning-sponsor, Ragland, Buc man, nip Y- champ, J. Smith, Trabucco, Wallcer. by ,,fg,,,,,. ns-, H mf , l i 'Z . :xg Q '-' gg , , J 4 -14, - 1' ' ,' "ri Q .L "li '49 fd", ', . ' s p gf, 180 ' ' ' 'CK -. .sk M ,f - .Slay , , sr iw mm i- tr, Hi. I sifiiigedfwuf' . ' 5 , WU, ,Ss 5 , 5-I -If ,m u A -'S+ .W Ad, Row 3 McLoud Shundler Maples Martin Harrell Perkins lsaaclcs Brossette Frels Bowen Priest Row 2 Word Hen rrchson Grbson lv1cCaslcull Simmons Frels Howell lvlcConnuco French Seated Roberts Walker Henrachson Walson lvloursand Bell President . . Barbara Priest Vice-President . . Jo Ann Watson Secretary . . Louella BrouseH' Treasurer . . Annalee Howell Historian . . Marian McConnico Reporter ...... Thelma Maples Parliamentarian . . . Yvonne Moursand Corresponding Secretary . . . Jo Ann Shindler DELTA THETA SORORI TY Delta Theta Sorority was founded to join together in bonds of close friendship a group of congenial college girls and to maintain high standards of social conduct and morality among its members. Social activities of the Delta Theta Sorority commenced with the gypsy-hay ride Rush party at the King Ranch and continued with the formal pledge service in October. a Christ- mas party, the Founder's Day Breakfast commemorating their twentieth anniversary a din- ner party for pledges at the Driscoll Hotel in Corpus Chnsti, the Homecoming tea, 'and a spring dance. 216 Two unidentified Delta The-tas take advantage of lack Galloway during a flower-selling spree - Standing: Garner, Jarroi, Pequeis, BenneH', Trev big, King, Sfinson, Peace. Seafedz Parker, Led beffer, Bell, Sfenford, Hinkley. 3 wr Vx Row 4: Watson, Shaw, Manifold, Acevedo, Coclcrell, Everts, Henrichson, Martin, Pusilca. Row 3: Crestman, Hartsfield Franklin, Brown, Acevedo, Franklin, David, Baker, Pustlca, Cuellar. Row 2: Barrera, Spilman, Dominquez, Norwood, Soliz Shaw, Tom, Brown-sponsor. Seated: Redford, Watson, Diaz, Reiff, Lovvern, Frels. President . . . . Irving Reiff Vice-President . . Hollis Redford Secretary . Carol Lovvern Treasurer . . . Kate Brown Parliamenfarian . . Roberto Solis Librarian . . . Advafa Diaz Reporter . . Virginia Frels Song Leader . . . Peggy Tom Historian . . Warren Norwood FUTURE TEACHERS As a branch of the national education fraternity, Pi Kappa Epsilon, the Future Teachers of America have as their object . . the promotion of the good of the teaching profession, with emphasis on the development of future teachers. This object shall be carried out by inspirational and educational programs and through association with persons of common interests." Students showing interest in teaching and in the teaching profession are welcome to join h 1 t is c ub, organized at AGI in 1941. This year, FTA sponsored a booth at the South Texas Fair and Exposition and gave a spring dinner for prospective teachers. Monthly meetings were held at which discussions of timely educational problems, under qualified leadership, were adjudged. The Collegrate Chapter Future Pa mers ot Amerxca serves as a laboratory for lumor and senror students enrolled in vocational aqrmcultural educatxon courses Through workmg wrth AGI and this xmme rate area the Collegiate Chapter has served as a standard orgamzatxon for FFA Chapters in the publrc schools A program ot activities synonymous w1th the l1ves and interests oi agricultural educatxon mayors was presented President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Reporter . Parliamentarian Historian . Sentinel . Song Leaders Row 1' Holbrook Sutton McNeil Wilson, Schutte Garza Garrett Gates Ryan Row 3 Schendel Diaz Schroller Po tor Vlfslluams Mahon Roberson Hamlyn. Row 2 N'Vnnc sponsor Ln ka Potts Zissa Worden Seated Ermlcr McVey Joyce Scdwuck sweetheart Bounds, McKinney. - el- ' f ffm." Pin 1 , ru ,,,.,k 3 o K f A", X' Row 4: Nelson, McDonald, Dorril, Fallon, Herbel 220 Johnson, Coclcerel, While, Ulbriclc, Haby. Row 3 Alfman, Hursf, Freeborn, Henry, Reeves, Neil Villareal, Bolen. Row 2: Trees, Drozd, Sfappl Bridges Smifh, Campos, Lorfing. Scaled: Schwarz Miori, Andrews, lv1cCurry. These four pseudo-Aggies were best dressed at the annual FFA Barn Dance Row win. Rob Slol Car Trai When present and Future Farmers get together anything goes. This is definitely anything! Row 4: M. Elrod, D. Elrod, Glenn, Lang, Good- win, Schnieder, Tocquigny, Meischcn, Watson Roberts. Row 3: Younts, Hasdortf, Pinto, Meyers Stolte, Thurman, Orinosky, Youngdale. Row 2 Campion, Turner, Dove, L. Bohl, Price, Siefert, Trant. Seated: Turner, Adams, Frornme, G. Bohl 1"'Kf'fq ,.t .A hy wgagikfa W' KV 'S 'AS 4 A 5172 'K 'Yu-. B '. .Wy gy-it . L' Q , :ff Q Z sr if '4e4s,-thas! 1 ' K' v Slandingz Norwood, Treybig, Staggs, Myers Beauchamp, Cmi+h Gallowa Se T dz M B h W' . o . y. a e c al , lssarl, Maples, Frels Lathem. Presidenf . . . Waller Treybig Vice-President . . Jack Galloway Secretary . . Angella Wissart Treasurer . . Jamcs Ceauchamo Reporter . . . . . Jack Smiil: Board ol Governors . . Frank Slagqs and Thelma Ruili Maples FOOTLIGHTS CLUB The Footlights Club was organized to further dramatics at AGI and to encourage stu- dent theatrical productions. Members are selected o " ' " b "C" scholastic average This year, the Footlights Club produced "Charley's Aunt," a series of three-act plays, and a sequence of original one-act plays. n a point asis for their work in dramatics and must have a 222 FORENSIC SOCIETY In the fall not 1946, the Forensic Society was organized to provide training in speech through forensic activities, to develop personality through experience vital to such activities and to build stronger citizens who, by training, will think critically and analytically. This year, the debaters helped to judge some district high school forensic meets: attended tournaments at Baylor University, Waco, and Denver University, Denver: and made speeches before civic organizations. This group is composed of students interested in discussion and debate of significant current problems, extemporaneous speaking, oratory, radio speaking, and poetry reading. Standing: Winfrey-sponsor, Warwick, Sharpe, Perronot, Munoz. Brown, Richards, Lang. Seated: Shaw, Gywnn, Talbert Lemer, Bennet. Maurice Talbert-President. -fun' 3 Q7 - . - V. . -v. . 'vl"- . .51 -...l-,.- " :, 'J'-,A-.. -,'-F..n K. Evnfv . . . ,-,.'Jz, l , . Its, "", 'fr '16, . I lu'-.142 h., ivy: , maggie-'I'-g M. .4 -:Q YK, .. 1'-W -' fe-.-J'.--L f Q1-1 l- .- -f I--S-1:-1 L-- Q ss 1.-4 X f C7 Row 4: Mills, Shaw, Blackwell, Canlu, Salinas, Sumrow, Gray, l-liglwlower, Davis, Jennings, Li++le, Burris, Miss Menelee- sponsor, Edwards, Webb, Miss Bible-sponsor. Row 3: Fuenles, DuBois, Flealon, Turner, Woll, Willis, Aslwlon, Adams. Row 2: Blunlzer, Franklin, Treybig, lsaacks, Crow, Salley, Messimer, Cuellar, Owen, Kulac. Row I: Franklin, l'lenricl1son, McConnico. Atwood, Smith, Brouillette, Marlin, Reynolds, McElwain. Members nol piclured: Lorraine Williams, Eva Sa- banos, Ruby Lindholm, Belly Dudman, Edna l-lollman, Annella l-loward, Fannie Brown, Dorolhy Coker, Anna Cook, Ann Hicks, Laura Wrighl, Belh Simmons, Jean l-lall, Irene Lewis, Jolnnsie Talum, Joan Burris, Jackie Allen, Anna Oliver. Gwen Faulk, Beverly Slone, Maria Garcia, Bclh Tlwornlon, Johnnie VVrigl1l, Belly Orlman, Merle Gray. President . . . Frances Salley Vive-President . . Ola Dubose Secretary . . . Polly lsaaclts Treasurer . . Mary Alice Barrow Reporter . . . Kathleen Messimer Slale Historian ..... June Webb HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Organized in 1929, the Home Economics Club of AGI is affiliated with the Texas Home Economics Association and with the College Clubs Department of the American Home Economics Association. Paramount purposes of the club are to further interest in the homemakinq and home economics professions and to provide opportunities for developing leadership, initiative, and creative professional fellowship. Besides giving a Christmas party, the organization assisted in the South Texas Fair and Exposition, attended the area meeting of the Flture Homemakers of America, and sponsored four members and a teacher who attended the Providence X College Clubs Work Shop held at Texas State College for Women and at North Texas State Teachers College. Club meetings were devoted to a study of the Organization and to symposiums report- ing tlie activities of the work shop. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUE The Health and Physical Education Club, in existence since 1946, aims to give the HPE students the opportunity to get together sooially, to advance the HPE program, and to facilitate professional physical education. . Mailors or minors in HPE are eligible for membership in this organization, which is atlil- iated with the National Health Physical Education and Recreation Association. I 'Besides sponsoring the last dance of the football season, the H. P. E. Club gave an organ- izational party in November. The "Atomic Youth ln Action," or gym circus, was planned and ramroded by the club this spring. President . . Norvin Parr Vice-President . Orlan Saunders Secretary . . . Eunice Powell Parliamentarian . . Rozetia Howard Reporter . . Raymond Gomez Social Chairman . Gilbert Huerrea Standing: Brinley-sponsor, Leo, Soward, Adudell, Riggins, Saunders. Sitting: Simmons, Dunkin, Howard, Salaza Qi owl 1 if 4- A x lr: ,, .Il xJ Q 1, U 1-nf wr! 41 S+ 1 S I 1 .Q '49 1 1"- , A V fi" "5 Q' ep .. , ,. .,, 1 Z f l 5 Row 4: Perry, Rees, Siauffer, Schively, Danforth, Scott Row 3: Lincecum, Gilsrrap, Allison, Delvlouche, Lawrence. Row 2 Brandusky, Harrison, V. Hibler, Massengale. Row I: Mcfllaherty, Koenig, Cluerl. Bunfroclc, H. Hibler. KAPPA SIGMA NU Kappa Sigma Nu Fraternity, organized in March, 1936, aims to encourage scholarship and fellowship among its members and to further and create brotherly sentiments. mutual helpfulness, and fraternity. Always eager to help, Kappa Sigma Nus guarded the Homecoming bonfire, made foot- ball posters, and served as ushers at the home football games. Last winter, the fraternity presented their sweetheart at their yearly dance and gave a picnic this spring. 226 Presidenl' . . . Marvin Cluefl Vice-Presideni' . . Bob Richardson Secrefary . . Edwin De Mouche Treasurer . . . Bob Bunfroclx Parliamenfarian .... Van Massengale Reporler ....... Ber+ Deaver Corresponding Secrefary . . George McClaugher+K Afhlefic Direcior .... Paul Danforf Hisforian . . . Bob Richards Row 4 Burbage Slieedy Finley Parlcer, Phillips. Row 3: Lang, Treybig, Rieger, Buclcaloo Lcqqeff Jones Bishop Row 2 bl d K Il li S Th, Carfer, Branum, Jackson. Row I: Alexander, Moore Easferwood Green Keqler .NA , A 1 ,Aan , ff WV ' . 7, If 5 fn.. Q I l I "h,, I I Grnly 1 2 3 mf 6, 1 I f 4 'l W-ffm wwf ' ' I ' G " ff ,,f.,' Q ,f ,,,,, I W Z If I I., Q. VA . an Z., 4 f 1 L .JA ,,, 'B iw Standing: Richards, Brixey, Hoffman, Crow, Sally, McKenzie-sponsor, Daniel, lsaaclcs, Wagner, Tatum, Hall, Haur.-sponsor. Seated: Stone, Faullc, Thornton, Adams, Howard, Orthrnan, Cuellar, Whiie. President . . . Imogene Adams Vice-President . . . Beiiy Joyce Dudman Recording Secretary . . . Befh Thornton Corresponding Secretary . . . Anita Howard Treasurer ...... Betty Ortman Keeper of the Archives .... Betty Sfone Distaff Reporter . . Gwendolyn Faullc KAPPA OMICRON PHI Kappa Omicron Phi strives to develop women with higher ideals of sane living, with deeper appreciation ol the sanctity of the American home, and with broader social and higher intellectual and cultural attainments. National organization of Kappa Omicron Phi was accomplished in 1922: the Iota chapter was formed on the AGI campus on Ianuary 1928. Members are chosen from the upper twenty per cent ct home economics majors. ' Organizational activities included a pledge serv' , F vember, and the formal initiation in the spring. ICG a ounde:'s Day luncheon in No- 228 LANTANA HALL HOUSE COUNCIL The Lantana Hall Council, formed in September 1947, strives to insure comradeship, understanding, cmd cooperation for residents of Lantana Hall through self-government. Open house at Lantana Hall was held December 5: moreover, the council sponsored a Christmas party for the girls in the dorm. Basketball and volleyball teams were sponsored by Lantana Hall Council. 341 'K Presidenf . . Mary Lively Vice-Presiclenl Carolyn Guidry Secretary . Mary Ann Bowen Treasurer . Maxine Henry Parliamenfarian Yvonne Tscliiedel Reporrer . Priscilla Watson Slanding: McLesl'er, l-laihoway, Walson, Croslhwail, Galt, McBee, Mileau. Seated: Dubose, l-lill, Guidry, Bowen Henry Tschiedel. 5' .glnil "'fl'fTf aw V. 4.4. SA W X f WW! ,ff ,yi ZZ, ,ff 4 Standing: J. Ramirez, Martinez, Lindsay, Trevino, R. Ramirez, San Miguel, Garza, Striehmyer, Bottelo, lvleza. dilla, T. Hastings, Trevino, Salinas. President . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Parliamentarian . Reporter . . William Hastings . Tom Hastings . Valentien Padilla . Vidal Trevino LAREDO AGI CLUB To foster better relations among Laredo students attending AGI was the purpose of form- ing the Laredo AGI Club in October, 1946. Membership includes students who have attend d L dents who live or have lived in Laredo, Texas. In the summer of 1948, the club sponsored an all-college Penny Carnival, Proceeds from this carnival were used in ivin 11 ll - pops were served. Also, the club sponsored a contest during Pan-American Week for the best essays writ- ten on Pan-Americanisrn. Last semester, a free picnic for members and their guests was sponsored by the Laredo Club. The yearly dinner dance in Laredo was given in the spring e aredo schools andfor those stu- q g an a co ege dance last fall at which free soda 230 I Seated: Pa- i 1 r ,Z E f is S Y I l 4 2 LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Formed at AGI in 1942 the Lutheran Students Association holds monthly devotional as Purposes of this association are to develop healthy social lite and strong Christian tel lowships and to encourage students in the study and appreciation ot the Church s message Warrcn Koch Robert Schulte Clinton Eggert Harlon Haertig Perry Schlaba ch Row 3 Lortunq Schulte Schlabach Schulte Row 2 Neiman Schulte, Erieqer, Wendt Hacrtuq Seated Koch Bendlxen 'E 6 uv gs '1 Standing: Dotterweich, Cooper, Bernard, Treybig, I-laertig, Reed, Hubbard, Cock, Richards, Leary, Mooney. Seated Lincecum, Bradfield, Delvtouche, Ramsey, McMullen, Mills, Cousby. President' . . . C. T. Ramsey, Jr. Vice-President . Edwin DeMouche Secretary . . . Ed McMullin NATURAL GAS ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION The Natural Gas Engineers Association aims to affiliate the school of N t 1 G a ura as En- gineering of AGI with the industrial profession and to provide an organization whereby both graduates and undergraduates may cooperate to aid in maintaining a high standard of engineering instruction from AGI. This club, organized in 1938, is open to natural gas engineering majors of advanced junior, or higher, standing. Included in NGEA activities this year were a barbecue in December at Humble Camp initiation of new members in February, two other barbecues, and a banquet in May honoring graduates. 232 NEWMAN CLUB The .Newman -Club, an organization of the Catholic student body, aims to increase un- CleIStCmd1ng of their religion, to afford more congeniality and social contact among Cath- olic students, and to promote a spirit of loyalty for college and church. .At the O Club in November, the club had a supper party and gave an all-college spring dance. In February, a group communion at St. Martin's Church was held, and a dele gat1on was sent to Austin for the South Central Province Convention of Newman Clubs Qfrom Prrkansas, Oklahoma, and Texasy. This Iuly, the Newman Club will sponsor one rep- resentative to the National Federation of Newman Clubs in Columbus, Ohio. The Newman Club of AGI is affiliated with the Catholic Welfare Society. President . . . Andres Estrada Vice-President . . Nancy Smith Secretary . . Ruth Shaw Treasurer . . . Joe Durbin Parliamentarian . . . Ethel Kutac Reporter . . . Janet Henlthaus Row 4: Turcotte, Cotta, Laureta, Roach, Foellcer, l-lasdortt, McCarty, Andres. Zizza. Salles, Solis, Hickey. Row 3: Durbin Mendoza. Villarreal, Soliz, Cantu, Heard, Sablatura, Luboiaslcy, Ritcher, Cardenas, O. Martinez, Martinez. Barrera, Hinaiosa Row 2: Shaw, Tibelletti, Mendoza, Kosareclc, Correa, Castilla, Hinaiosa. Cysewslti, Henlthaus, Cuellar, Welder, McCowan Estlenbaum, Vela. Seated: Kulawilc, Smith, Correa, Shaw Edge, Fernandez-sponsor, Estrada, Kutac, Bowman, Schneider. '!8"t'W dnb Row 3: Lee, Welbaum, W. Holmes, G. Holmes, Hooper. Row 2: Richards, Schmidt, Yeager, Holbein, McCloud, Campbell Seated: Walraven, Harsdorff, Duncan. President' . . . . Joseph W. Walraven Vice-President . . . William E. Duncan Secretary . . . Susan Ann Campbell PRESS CLUB Students sincerely interested in journalism belong to the Press Club, in which ideas are exchanged, policies formulated, and publications and individual work criticized. Membership is based upon regular and valuable contributions to one or more of the student publications: this means a student must have had 50 column inches of his works published in El Rancho, The South Texan, or The Hustler. At the beginning of the year, the Press Club gave a party: in February, they sponsored the backward dance on Valentine's Day: and sent delegates to the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention in El Paso in Kpril. 234 ROBERT I. KLEBERG HISTORY CLUB Organized with A51 in Iune, 1925, the Robert I. Kleberg History Club studies Texas His t0ry. collects and preserves evidences ot current history, cmd has weekly programs with guest speakers. Membership is possible for any student interested in history. Outstanding events on the club's calendar this year were the annual spring tea, given by Mrs. Mary Etta Kleberg Sugden in the King Ranch home, and the tour of historical towns in South Texas. President . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary-Treasurer . . Historian . . . Row 3: Pulliam, Cole. Stephens, Schmidt, Garza, Leclcie--sponsor. Seated: Huie, Burns, Korges, Harris, Holbein. in Don Schmidt . . Ann Harris Angeline Korges Jack Haddiclr Row 2: Conner - sponsor, Manifold, R eil, Horalt 4 ' I I fl C27 Standing: Vess, Stone, Lovvern, Richardson, Clark. Seated: lvlcCaslcill, Wlmule Crafi lsaaclcs President . . . Polly lsaaclcs Vice-President' . . . Christine Craft Secretary . Marian Lou White Treasurer . . Jeannie McCaskill Parliamentarian . . Mary Alice Crow SHALL' HALL HOUSE COUNCIL To better acquaint its residents with college life and campus regulations, the Seale Hall Council was formed in 1944. Officers are elected from among the dwellers, with each wing electing one representative each to the council. In cooperation with the house mother, Mrs. Ora Parker, the council strives to solve those problems concerning the inhabitants of Seale Hall. 236 Left to right: Brickman, Grigg, Guidfy, Mcglure PaYne- Ray. Roach, Ross. Not pictured: Oscar Hrncir Walter Shar . . pe, Robet C It Rschard Bludworth, James Parker, and Prof. Ben Baileyr spoigjron SKETCH CLUB! The Sketch Club is compnsed of students vitally interested in art its value and its po- tentialities it was organized in 1938 Members hold monthly business meet- ings and weekly sketching sessions besides occasional held trips For AGI s pennanent collection the Sketch sponsoring student art exhibits in Nierrnan Hall Iones Lounge and Varsity Hall Sketch Clubbers have sharpened the A61 laymans curiosity and interest in art I Club has bought numerous paintings. By ' t ' ff X X 237 I at -rf ,L I, , ,ff , 4 , 1 ,V , ,, 1 - ' ,,-,,giiyf,,,- ,L .. . 5,11 , 1 3 , 'M Standing: Stevens, Vogel, Jennings, Boyle, Richards, Fowler, Bauer, Lee, Meischen, Schwarz McNeil Manupelln Barrow Cowden, Purcell, Bennie Liska, Nacarrato, Rees, McCurry. Siiting: Laddie Lislca, Spoonemore l-llggrns Mclilhannon Leary Snowden, Noble, Saxon, Franlc Schneicler, Cyril Schneider. President . . . . Vice-President . . Secreiary . . Treasurer . . Re porter . . "T" ASSOCIATION lvan Snowclen James Noble Roberi' Leary Milton Saxon Eugene O'Neil The "T" Association is open to all athletes who have lettered in AGI varsity athletic activities. This club strives to promote athletic, scholastic and social coordination among the lettermen and athletes of AGI. Sponsoring the boxing-match series and throwing a spring picnic comprised the year s salient activities of the "T" Association. 238 1' VARSITY HALL HOUSE COUNCIL For better understanding through self government Varsity Hall Council was formulated in September 1947 s years calendar of social events included a Chrxstma dents and faculty in the spring. President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Parliamenfarian Siancllng Waller Pearl, Eustace Seated Pollard Schmndf Turner Baker WOQGDSV 'JD X? 'GP 43 Standing: Clement, Rhodes, Childress, See, Hughes, Burgess. Sitting: Vanderhoof, Shaeffer, McMillan, Cardenas, Aiken. President ....... Walter Schaeffer Vice-President . . David McVey Secretary . . George Rhodes Treasurer . . . . Walter Hirzel Parliamentarian . John Cardenas VETERANS CLUB The Veterans' Association was formed in the spring of 1946 to better coordinate the vet- erans, faculty, and non-veteran students of AGI, to assist the veterans in all ways, and to support and further efforts toward the betterment of the AGI student body. This year, the Veterans' Association supported a state-wide movement, sponsored by the state-wide veterans' organizations, to obtain bonuses for the Texas veterans. Before Christ- mas, the group had a social in the Casa Ricardo Hotel Dining Boom and gave the Annual Vets Association Dance in May. Honorably discharged veterans of either or both, World Wars are eligible for member- ship in the association. 240 hir eat 4 ilcen. WESLEY FOUNDATION Serving as a home awa f h . . . students Gflft ft?OSe interestedyin Ist? Mziiigaigieciiileslfy Foundation ls open to all Methodist The objectives of th F d mc ' . e ounation are t ro t 't ' ' ' emphasize the significance of th h O P moe is progrmil In personal hvmg and to O t t di f U u e ome and of church education. -du Cm mg UHCUOHS of fh1S pdft year were the Halloween party, Christmas banquet, hGIYI1 6 In ICIDUGIY. and the supper-d1scussions every Sunday evening. President . . . Luealla Jean Brossette Vice-President . . . Secretary . Treasurer . . Food Chairman . Worship Chairman . Recreation Chairman . Pianist . . . Third Row: Tahon, Finke, Fowler, Wheeler, Lott, Jesse. Second Seated: Fry, Shaw, Bishop, Brossette, Coleman, Cleyburn, Colins. . Homer Finclr . Bertha Jesse . lrivng Reitt Myrtle Ruth Jesse Marjorie Potter . . Jaclr Cole . Lida Oliver Row: Lassiter, Holbrook, Adlott. Ross, Potter, Reitt 'ff YK f fan wffmf? F W C7 C7 VX ff - fff' 'Kyla ' .7 K , W f ff.. 1 ,M if I f' It. I -. , , I'9"1.g' t Standing: McEath, Bowman, Ryall, Glbbs, Jones, Roach, Muhm, Tucker, Pollard, Tom, Patiy. Siiiingt Coclcran, Day-sporv sor, Snyder, J. Lang, Talbert, Maples, D. Lang. ' President' . . . Maurice Talberi Vice-Presideni . . . . Carl Snyder Secretary . . Thelma Ruth Maples Treasurer . . . Jim Lang WESTMINISTER YOUTH FELLOWSHIP For the purpose of uniting in Christian work and fellowship, Presbyterian young people attending AGI formulated the Westminister Youth Fellowship in 1946. This fellowship further seeks to widen the scope of student participation in church. ' This year's activities began with the annual round-up party: continued with the confer- ence retreat, the Halloween party, a dinner party in November, the spring round-up: and end- ed with the April retreat to plan next year's program. Begun last year, these Presbyterian youths have continued their devotional and educa- tional project with the college students of this city's Mexican Presbyterian Church. Also, the members of this fellowship exchanged programs Gnd played basketball with boys from Tex-Mex. WOMENS RECREATIONAL ASSQCIATION' The Women's Recreational A ' ' ssociation, organized in the fall of 1928, provides recreation in the form of athletics for all girls on the AGI campus. WBA entered athletic teams in all events sponsored by the girls intramural program directors. These events were volleyball, ping pong, basketball, badminton, and softball. A hobo party welcoming new members was this year's initial social diversion and was followed by the powder-puff ball in February, an all-college dance in the spring, a hike and weiner roast, and a week-end beach party. President . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer ...... Historian and Parliamentarian . Sports Manager .... Representative to AWS . . Rozetta Howard . Betty Ross Olga Rangel Gottie Grigg . Dorothy Ply Maxine Martin Wanda Swini Standing: Lathem, Smith, Mclilwaine, Golden, Mccowen, Mills l'i w , S a , Campbell, Goodman-sponsor. Seated: Brouillette, Howard, Ross, Martin, Ply, Yeager. C9 5-ng,.l 5 3 -.1 ENGINEERS CLUB BRITSCH Organized in September, 1930, the Engineers Club strives to fulfill these purposes: to promote better understanding among the different. engineering Organizations and to acquaint members with engineering principles and industries. h Students who are working toward a degree in engineering and who have had 35 hours of engineering courses are eligible to join the Engineers Club. 48353. 7' fx . ,fox if 'VW ' ' L. A 'tif' ' is r was rg yy r O , ,,,. M- . H 2 l I . X 4 Q Q .M- 1 , 1 ' Q 4:3545 'iff' .aiu President Balser Andrus Barber Cddderi Cardenas ,I , ,F Cook WR fl rho, ,sf Marquis Nillg Haertig 48 4' xx' 34,3 , , l X .36 , Zi Collard A 1 ik 3 X , , W f if is air Davies Franklin Griffin Jones Kyger f . Q. 2-'f?f.ZfQ9 - 'X f r 'i.' 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