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

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President of the College 13 1 . .-fwsnmidf x. E xi' .f Qfyef, I, JAMES H. COLVIN B.A., M.A. Business Manager 15 if .l GEORGE W. MCCULLEY B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D. Registrar and Director of Admissions GEORGE E. VAUGHAN, JR. B.A., M.A. Acting Director of Student Personnel Services ,+, Cu-....., X 90 'Vik' 1 '. ! 'fx' fi' .l X' I X. 1 x ee-Reno-E , w, e -. .B ,ax "f'f"....-., Home economics majors practice home management in the Home Economics Cottage under the direction of Miss Faye Bible. Enjoying the home-like atmosphere of the Cottage are Katherine Patton, Shirley Clark, Melba Atzenhoffer, Miss Bible, and Grace Butler. Dr. R. S. Dale watches Tommy Harris as he convinces Mike Flynn that the saddle is a good buy. if Ln Miss Dorothy Gaston pauses a moment during typing to check LaRue Green's and Sharon White's keyboarc ercises. 1? V- R. J. COOK FRANK H. DOTTERWEICH J. W. HOWE B.S., M.S. B.E., Ph.D. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. professor of Agriculture Professor gf Engineering Professor of Agriculture and Associate Director, and DifCCf0f, DiVi5i0f1 Of and Difecfofi Division Division of Agriculture Engineering of Agriculture R. MANNING B.B.A., M.A., Ph.D, Professor of Business Administration and Director, Division of Business Administration DIVISION DIRECTORS W. A. RASCO B.A., M.A., M.S. Professor of Education, Chairman of De artment of Extension andy Director, Division of Teacher Education BOYD STEWART B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English, Chairman of Department of English and Director, Division of Arts and Sciences ROBERT D. RHODE B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English and Director, Division of Graduate Studies U9--.4' WREATHY AIKEN B.S., Ph.D. Professor of Home Economics and Chairman, Department of Home Economics . V. BURKS Bs, Ms. Professor of Agricultural Education and Chairman, Department of Agricultural Education 'w EDWIN R. BOGUSCH J J. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Chairman, Department of Biology OE E. BROWN B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Chairman, Department of Economics, Geography, Sociology, and Psychology L. DORROH B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics and Chairman, Department of Mathematics -G-In J? 18 ELDON D. BRINLEY B,S., B.A., M.A., Ed.D. Professor of Health and Physical Education and Chairman, Department of Health and Physical Education DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN FRED M. GARLAND B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Chairman, Department of Chemistry pl 1 l A. F. GROSS B.S., B.S., in Ed., M.A. Professor of Industrial Arts and Chairman Arts OLAN E. KRUSE B.S., M.A., Php, Professor of Physics and Chairman, Department of Physics ROBERT C. MASENGA B.S. Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Signal Corps, Pro- fessor of Military Science and Tactics, and Chair- man, Department of Military Science and Tactics NORMAN C. MOHN B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education and Acting Chairman, Department of Education ti-sf A 6 ll sl l 1 ALBERT E. JOHNSON W. D. JOHNSON B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Foreign Languages and Acting Chairman, Department of Foreign Languages Professor of Speech and Chairman, Department of Department of Industrial SP'-:rch 523 J, A, RICKARD PRESTON STEDMAN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B-A., M-M-, Ph-D Professor of History and Pf0fe550f Of Music and Government and Chairman, Cllaifmfm- DePaffff1Cnf Of Department of History and F106 Arts Government 19 PAUL R. CHILEN, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture JACK P. CLARK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Speech GEORGE OTIS COALSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History and Government STEWART E, COOPER, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education EDITH COUSINS, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Sociology RICHARD S. DALE, B.S., Ed.M., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Business Administration I. DeWITT DAVIS, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Education J. L. DILLARD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English JACK E. DODSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Economics and Sociology 20 Hs J --3.53 J. DELMER ASHWORTH, B.A., BJ., M.A Assistant Professor of journalism and Director, College News Service BEN P. BAILEY, B.S., M.S., M.F.A. Associate Professor of Art LEO L. BAILEY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Agriculture CHARLES C. BAJZA, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Geography D. C. BAKER, B.B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Administration RUTH E. BELL, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Economics FAYE BIBLE, B.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Home Economics MAY E. CAMPBELL, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of English WILLIAM T. CARLEY, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Head Basketball Coach I If L I 1 6 n i. 12 ' . 45" i '1'. , V GEORGE B. FINK, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Biology LEWIS R. FISHER, B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education ROBERT G. FLANNERY, B.A., M.A. Instructor in Foreign Languages R. J. GALLAWAY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English DOROTHY GASTON, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Administration JOHN W. GLOCK, B.A., M.A., Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Education CLYDE M. GRANT, EA., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English ERT J. GUM, RA., M.A. Instructor in History and Government ROGER A. HAUENSTEIN, B.s.M., EM., M.A. Assistant Professor of Music 5 Mn. E ' I-'Q K 'I x P' L v.-. ,-.J 'B il fl Q, . ' 'l . Q JOHNNIE MAE HAUN, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Education EVELYN F. HERRINGTON, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Education A-. BERNARD HOEFELMEYER, B.S., M.A,, Ph D Assistant Professor of Chemistry ONEIDA G. ILLINGWORTH, Master Sergeant U. S. Army Signal Corps and Instructor in Military Science and Tactics CAROLINE B. JOHNSTON, B.M., M.M. Instructor in Music KATHERINE SMITH KANTZ, B.A., M.A. Instructor in English JOHN WALTER KINCAID, B.A., Instructor in Music and Director of College Band EMERSON KORGES, B.S., M.S. Associate Professor of Engineering RETA GENE LEATHERMAN, B.A., M.A. Instructor in Mathematics IF vt J' 'QE 52. F-Lf' F. F. MIKUS, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry LAURYN MIZELL, B.A., M.A. Instructor in English LOUIS C. MOLONEY, B.S., B.S. in L.S. Assistant Librarian C. V. MOONEY, B.S., M,E. Associate Professor of Engineering JOSEPHINE BANGS MORAN, B.S., M.A. Instructor in Speech NED C. MORRIS, B.A. Acting Librarian CLINTON ELLIS MURPHY, B.S. Instructor in Engineering DAVID D. NEI-IER, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Agriculture WALTER H. NEWTON, B.S. in E.E. First Lieutenant, U. S. Army Signal Corps, ancl Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics W. H. LECKIE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government JOE BILL LEE, B.A. Assistant Librarian JACK HAROLD LITTLE, B.S. Instructor in Health and Physical Education and Assistant Coach JAMES H. MCCROCKLIN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government R. F. MCEOWEN, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts NORMAN L. MCNEIL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English and History LAWRENCE H. MCQUERREY, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Music D. A. MAYHEW, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of History and Government LESLIE MELBERN, B.B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Business Administration Gs J. K. NORTHWAY, D.V.M. Adjunct Professor of Agriculture ELIZABETH ANN OLIPHANT, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics BURKE A. PARSONS, B.S., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business Administration JOHN C. RAYBURN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History and Government R. D. PERRY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics JOHN TALMER PEACOCK, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Biology C. J. ROBERTS, B.S., M.E., B.D. Director of Methodist Bible Chair NAN ROBERTS, B.A., M.S. Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education EDWARD V. RUHNKE, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Chemistry R- 'Y ,Il is 'ls'-P www will .5 HARRY B. SANDERS, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of English GERTRUDE MANNING, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Home Economics RALPH C. RUSSELL, B.B.A., M.B.A. Professor of Business Administration JOHN F. SANTOS, B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Psychology THOMAS SCHLOTTERBACK, B.F.A., M.F.A. Instructor in Art CARLOS EDWARD SCHOETTLE, B. Ed., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Agriculture ROY ALLEN SCHUSTER, B.S. Assistant Professor of Engineering LEMUEL JACOB SEGREST, B.S. Instructor in Physics LOIS SHORT, B.A., B.S. in L.S., M.A. Assistant Librarian and Assistant Coach MARCUS M. TRUITT, B.S., M.S. Associate Professor of Engineering THOMAS B, TUCKER, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Engineering RALPH E. VARVEL, B.A., M.A. Instructor in English KATHRYNE B. WHITELAW, B.B.A., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Business Administration 'IEANETTE WIESER, B.S., M.A. Instructor in Health and Physical Education BOBBY E. WILSON, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Biology F. B. WINES, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Agricultural Education HAROLD G. WOOD, B.A. First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Signal Corps, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics JACK YOUNGBLOOD, B.S. Captain, U.S. Army Signal Corps, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics 24 J. DAVIS SMITH JR., B.S., M.S. Instructor in Health and Physical Education BEN J. SOUTH, B.S., M.S. Associate Professor of Mathematics E. M. STEELE Sergeant First Class U. S. Army Signal Coips and Instructor in Military Science an Tactics GILBERT E. STEINKE, B.S. Instructor in Health and Physical Education, Director of Athletics and Head Coach OSCAR D. STONE Master Sergeant, U. S. Army Signal Corps and Instructor in Military Science and Tactics MARK A. STUPP, B.M., M.M. Associate Professor of Music DONNAL TIMMONS, B.A., B.D. Director of Baptist Bible Chair PAUL W. TREPTOW, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Engineering P. l r . X. f f if fzg .B , !'JW?!d DR. P. W. ROHRBAUGH Director, A811 Citrus and Vegetable Training Center .yi .g.,.gq . , - gn -1 l A g ,.e, . A ' 1 l ' 4 . l ETHEL R. JONES DR. ROBERT F. LEYDEN F- E. DENMAN Secretary to the B.S., M.S., Ph. D. Farm Manager Director Associate Professor of Agriculture A851 'CITRUS AND VEGETABLE TRAINING CENTER The Citrus and Vegetable Training Center is located near Weslaco, in the lower Rio Grande valley. The eighty-acre site was donated to the college in 1947. Here, a laboratory has been developed for providing advanced training for students majoring in horticulture and special courses for persons interested in citrus and vegetable growing. Aerial view of A8cI Citrus and Vegetable Training Center. 1-...-.... ,-. .. . ,,, . .. ' , ax 'Q- STAFF BESS T. WHITE 2? " " .f 45 I 41 I Nr ESTELLE ANDERSON Director of Cousins Hall NANNIE H. HOUSTON Director of May Hall LOLA KEENEY Director of Lewis Hall NANCY ROSE LITTLE Director ot' Iavelina Hall ORA PARKER Director of Eckhardt Hal MAUDE RAGSDALE Director of Baugh Hall Director of Seale Hall CHRISTINE HARRIS Director of Food Services ' l AL BRIEGER I Director, Student Union Building ! "fx li- , .. ,f I ,,.- MRS. JOE ZIMMER Director, Student Union Commons MRS. J. B. POTEET Cashier, Tejas Room C. A. HARWOOD Manager of Bookstore As Y 26 C. W. BROADNAX Farm Manager A. F. DOERFLER Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds J. L. JENSON Auditor GEORGE M. SIMONS Purchasing Agent HENRY WALLNER A Property Accountant MRS. SUE MCDANIEL Secretary to the President UR K' if lr PQ STAFF 1-fy' sux-. , 'IE-1' ' -+. :f . ':'f-,1.-fir-y-. e 11.516-,rr-,' 1 I ",.,., .,.. Q. yfllg-mei..-A-gg.s JI: 1 8055.54 lllil- .ui '-73'1Ji5iTel'.3iatT1.g', li El 4 . HARRIETT OWENS Assistant Registrar LAVON SOBERSKI Secretary to the Dean GILBERTO GAMEZ Sergeant First Class, U. S. Army Signal and Sergeant Major, R.O.T.C. KENNETH SAWYER Sergeant, U.S. Army Signal Corps, and Chief Clerk, R.O.T.C. JOHN M. ENLOW Corporal, U.S. Army Signal Corps, Maintenance, R.O.T.C. ANTHONY A. GARDT Property Custodian, R.O.T.C. JOHN KAY ADAIR San Antonio JESSE W. HARRIS Crystal City RONALD A. DODILLET LOWELL F. EWING Kir1gSVil1C Corpus Christi GRADUATES THOMAS A. HARWOOD HAROLD HEDTKE Kingsville Runge I. ,llfz " 4' .v.-' N -13' n Ms- ?P:-'vf - 1 .ff'f , vu ',, . ' N -'l ' 1 28 RICHARD IRLAND GLYN KINSEY JAMES E. LOTT Kingsville E1 Campo Kingsville BENNIE MIDDAUGH EIE' r KARL R- MCKINNEY DAVID M. WHITE BILLY I-I. WILKINS HOUSYOH Harlingen Corpus Christi 1 -. . .jf , :K - 41. A , , + Jn, - -1, 29 .in ,-44. 1? ,H 1 '-0222 ' .Lx ""u."' 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A, -. -1355 ic' Rl' 2 .. 1- ' lr , .xbfziidq if 9 J 1 H, Iv P J, gf- " s S V V 1 :-: 'A 'N A J" :' fpp - '7 pg a ff gf" j q ii IK C vu in W ,g- ,rf v A ij A n 1 I 1' 'i..j rf se :I , V i .,. vf fi' 55 I 'vs L wp lx 1 iff: F ,fi 13 ' lii " I,. , ' 1 ALAN JOHNSTON, President Q JAN FERGUSON, Treasurer Q 4 5. 4 4 . I, . af 4 44 A' I I 7 0 , xx e :jj 4 . 5 -'F A Q 5 5 .3 j 'Te A 5 s 4 'N . Q ' ,pi RANDALL ODOM , Vice President s 0 Y BARBARA HARTZOG, Student Council 1 Representative , f-f-Y' - gg f Qx ,F jj-f-f",,v-"' A If 'P xo' I ,X u 'I 3 5 ,,, 1 . V' Q x N NN Eg. 1-I ld , I PHIL CUNNINGHAM, Reporter . Y 0 n g ANN HAYNES, Representative i to Ex-Students Association if Q I Officeff N ot Pictured: I BARBARA LEFFINGWELL, secfefa 4' " JIM ERVIN, Pafliamemafian I, 32 It FRANCIS W. ACEBO, Hebbrofzville Business Administration GENEVA ADAMS, Harlingen Elementary Educationg Lewis Hall Council Cpresi- dentj, A.W.S. ftreasurerj, Advisory Board, Alpha Chi CLAUDE B. ALFORD, JR., Arfzmmr Parr Business Administration, Marketing Club, B. B. A. Club EMMETT L. ARNOLD, JR., McAllen Musicg Band Qbusiness managerj, Choir Clibrarianj, Madrigal Singers, Brass Ensemble DANIEL ARRIAGA, Falcon Agricultural Engineering AMADO AYALA, JR., Col-pm Christi Biology, Newman Club, A Cappella Choir, Hispanic Club Qreporterj JAMES A. BAKER, Lulifzg Education HAROLD E. BARKER, Kifzgrville Business Administration JAY BARRON, Sfmfa Ram Physics " 'P' ' nl -gp ':-' l , if gonna E.BASSETT,Dez1nze J Agricultural Education, Alpha Tau Alpha Qvice- presidentj, F.F.A. fpresidentj, Alpha Chi, 5' ' B. S. U., Advisory Board, Aggie Club, Who's Who DOMINGO BERMUDEZ, Glzayavm, Puerfo Rico Agriculture J. C. BEYER, Skidmore Business Administration LYTLE BLAISDELL, Kingrzfille Speech -r x P - , . . QL, , . , :- Health and Physical Education, I. A Club A I-l.P E. Club Veterans Association Advisory Board JOE BLEVINS, Snu Antonio Ml ? .. J, a ililll ' , , . . , ' n .V A wi th N 1 R I " 'E A ronomy A gie Club Cpresidentj, Alpha Tau la P 1- ,- 1 I , 'KIA I I 'I 8 3 8 Alpha fvice-presidentj , R O.T C. Officers , Club fVlCC-PICSICICDLD BOB BUCHANAN, Corpus Clhliffl Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, AIME Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi, Veterans' Association BETTY BUCY, Alive Elementary Education CHARLES BULL, Drifroll History - JAMES P. BUTLER, Carrizo Springs Government, Al wha Phi Omefva Quresidentj, l ' ' l R,O.T.C. Officers' Club fpresiiientj, Phi Alpha Theta, Who's Who . MARJORIE CALLAWAY, Edna Home Economicsg Delta Theta, Eckhardt Hall Council Cvice-presidentj GERALD CALLISON, Rnymmzdrfille Engineeringg King's Rifles, AIME, Engineers' Club JERRY CAMPBELL, Corpus Chrirli Petroleum and Gas Engineering, R.O.T.C., AIME, Engineers' Club 35 AL BLANTON Kiurloaz. Norlla Cfzralina 95 -fl LEO CANION, Crystal City Agricultural Edu6ation, F. F. A. freporterj, Alpha Tau Alpha PLACIDO G. CANTU, Alice Business Administration, Band, Dance Band TRAVIS L. CARTWRIGHT, Wadswortla Agricultural Education, F. F. A. ROY CASTANEDA, Raymomloille Business Administration RICARDO CASTILLO, Kiizgsville Elementary Education DON CATE, Mexia Business Administration, B.B.A. Club, Kappa Sigmu Nu, B.S.U. HUGH S. CAVITT, Corpus Christi Petroleum and Gas Engineering BERTHA MAXINE CENTER, Alice Health and Physical Education, Lantana Lady, Homecoming Queen, APO Sweetheart, Who's ' Who, Delta Theta, Cheerleader, B.S.U., H.P.E. Club Qpresidentj , W. R. A. - PETER CHARBA, Robstoiwz ' Agricultural Engineering Music, Band -ai Agriculture A , E . I' V gl, i ,N IA I 0 , ' l 71" FF," , i u,.l W , . fs 4 ' .Ia 'e F V :sa s :.r:s:- I N '9' ?"' '-v 12" iw! 5 JOHN B. CHESSHIR, Beeville Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Newman Club, Veterans' Association, The South Texan Staff JOHN L. CHISUM, McAllen Electrical Engineering, Engineers' Club, Alpha Phi Omega SALLY V. CISNEROS, Htzrliizgeiz Health and Physical Education, H.P.E. Club, W. R. A. DAVID CLEGG, Bishop JOE CLEM, Awuzsas Pass GAYLON T. CLICK, Stockdale Chemistry, American Chemical Society BEN CLINE, Corpus Christi Petroleum and Gas Engineering SUE CLINE, Corpus Christi Secondary Education, Footlights Club Csecretaryj, Alpha Psi Omega Qsecretaryj B.'R. COGBURN, Bay City Electrical Engineering, AIEE, Engineers' Club STANLEY COLE, Bayside Agricultural Engineering, B. S. U. fpresidentj, Alpha Tau Alpha, Who's Who EDWARD N. COMPERE, Weslaco Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Marketing Club Csecretary-treasurerj, Veterans' Association, A Cappella Choir MARTIN H. CONROY, Bay City Business Administration, Kappa Sigma Nu, Busi- ness Administration Club, Band, Orchestra, and Blue Notes. EARL D. COOPER, Dale, Iitditzmz Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau, AIME Csecretaryj 34 ROBERT L. COPE, JR., Freer Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Marketing Club Q ROBERT M. CUDE, Corpzu Cla1'i.rti uf' . ' Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Engi- neers' Club, AIME, May Hall Council freporterj V '4IV'tm ' B. S. U., The South Texan Staff, 1 M' Cheerleader, King's Rifles PHILLIPS D. CUNNINGHAM, Kizzgroille Art, Kappa Sigma Nu, Band TOMMY CURLEE, Edna Engineering BURTON R. CUSTER, Kifzgxoille Petroleum and Gas Engineering CHARLES GLEEN DANIEL, Mont Belview Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Basketball MARY MILES DAUGHTERS, Kingroille Elementary Education, Delta Theta, Majorette, Miss A8cI, Future Teachers of America PATSY RUTH DAVINA, Wfeslzzro Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club, Kappa Omicron Phi Creporterj, Alpha Chi BILLY D. DAVIS, Hzmtwille Chemistry, American Chemical Society JOEL DECKER, San Fmzzrifco, California 5215 " iiii ' Animal Husbandry, Rodeo Club, Aggie Club, ' ' Newman Club l' K Joss A. DIAZ, Dizzey ,,:j - V 6,5 Biology . MARGARET DICKENS, Pleamzzlorz i s I Elementary Education, A. W. S. fvice-presidentj, . B.S.U., Lewis Hall Council, Pi Kappa Epsilon 1' fsecretary-treasurerj, Who's Who, W. R. A. - A -' li -+4 9 I DONALD F. DIRKS, Tuleta V ' '- Petroleum and Gas Engineering, AIME, I Engineers' Club V ' JO ANN DOCKERY, Kingrville ' ' V Health and Physica Education, H. P. E. Club, -L . A. W. S., W. R. A. JOHN N. DOUGHERTY, Corpus Chrirti 4 Biology, Veterans' Association, Psychology Club . if 5 f l NORMA Jo DOWNEY, sai1Anf0m0 Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, - . Marketing Club I I ,4-.. -A SARA DUENAS,Kingroille . M' V- " VW l 7' L is 5- Health and Physical Education, W. R. A. . ' A - A ' YQ Ctreasurerj, Industrial Arts Club fsecretary- f ' 1 -' . treasurerj, H.P.E. Club Creporterj " JACKIE DUNLOP, Mission f English, W. R. A. fpresidentj - 1. . ng. . D. T ks , iw ' -gr 1 ' ,4- F M. Eg .Jr JOHN W. EHLERS, Odem Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Student - Council, Alpha Phi Omega, Engineers' Club ALBERT EMMERT, Refugio , 1 -4 . . -Jin! 1 , ,mfr s'.TN,..g,, i L 1 , ,, C If I ,ix Agricultural Education, Aggie Club, Rodeo Club, lf F.F.A. ' I JAMES C. ERVIN, Laredo " Business Administration, B. B. A. Club 55 ' 1' , ,L KENNETH F AUBION, Kin gwille Agricultural Education, Alpha Phi Omega, F. F. A. JAN FERGUSON, Baytown 5' f Business Administration, Delta Theta, B. B. A. Club, Eclchardt Hall Council, R. O. T. C. Sweetheart DAVID M. FERRIES, JR., La,-6,10 Health and Physical Education ROY FINCH, Lytle Engineering, Sigma Tau THOMAS W. FLANNERY, Sou Antonio Industrial Arts, Epsilon Phi Tau, Phi Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Future Teachers of America HUMBERTO FLORES, Kingwille Petroleum and Gas Engineering, R. O. T. C. Officers, Club, King's Rifles, AIME RAUL FLORES, JR., Laredo Petroleum and Gas Engineering ROBERT FORBUS, Corpur Christi Electrical Engineering, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau WYNETTA FORD, Aihem Engineering, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau "SL" ?"N 45:2 MARY DAVID FOX, Bifhop Elementary Education JK 4 - LOUIS A. FRITZ, Kenedy Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Engineers' Club, Veterans' Association BRYAN FUGATE, Kirzgxoille Chemistry, American Chemical Society . I on K v SARA GALVAN, Corpus Cbriyti Elementary Education CRISTOBAL GARCIA, Kingxoille Elementary Education, Hispano Club DELFINO GARCIA, Laredo Elementary Education HECTOR B. GARCIA, San Diego History, Future Teachers of America, Newman Club HERMELINDA GARCIA, Bolirzg Psychology JOE FIL GARCIA, Kingwille Engineering Gr Z ti' 5. ,L FE A 521, .4 l LEONOR M. GARCIA, Laredo Mathematics, Alpha Chi, Laredo Club RICARDO T. GARCIA, Alice Health and Physical Education ROMULO GARCIA, Bemwider Accounting 36 5. . , 5, 5 I il 'AJ C. L. GONZALES, Loi' Soelzz Agricultural Engineering, Newman Club ROLAND L. GORDON, San Antonio Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Kappa Sigma Nu ELVIS GREEN, Drirroll HOMER GUERRA, Corpur Cbrirti Electrical Engineering, Engineers' Club NILDA GUERRA, Kingrzfille Elementary Education WILLIAM C. GULLETT, Kifzgwille Business Administration, B. B. A. Club Chemistryg Alpha Chi, American Chemical Society CESAR GUTIERREZ, Zapata Accountingg B. B. A. Club HUMBERTO GUTIERREZ, Belzazfider Business Administrationg B. B. A. Club, Newman Club ROBERT E. HAMILTON, Hd1'li72gEI2 Business Administrationg Alpha Chi, B. B. A. Club FOUAD HAMMOUD, Sidon, Lebfmozz Chemical Engineering GARNETT HARDY, Corpus Clarirli Elementary Education LEROY HARRIS, Corpus Cbrirti Business Administration, B. S. U., B. B. A. Club . ARNOLDA E. GARZA, Rio Grande Ciiy Agriculture, Veterans' Association BILLIE GATLIEE, Browmrzille Home Economics, Kappa Omicron Phi Q presi- dentj, Delta Theta, B. S. U., A Cappella Choir, A. W. S., Home Economics Club Cvice-presidentj H. Y. GAYLE, Mirafzdo City Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, AIME, Veterans' Association, Engineers' Club CHARLES ROY GILMORE, McAllen Electrical Engineering, MARS Club CARL GLASS, Luong Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering EDGAR R. GLAZNER, Son Antonio Chemical Engineering ROY E. GOLDMAN, foufdorzlon Business Administrationg B. B. A. Club, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club NORA GOMEZ, Son Diego Elementary Educationg Newman Club MARILYN GOMILLION, Wlaitrett Health and Physical Education Y A Y Biff' ' 'i Tl .. -- ng ,195 A me asv' L -:-S2515 - : f at il fi" -' Q T , 1 A Q..-v BARBARA RUTH HARTZOG, Rio Hondo Business Administration, Student Council, B. B. A. Club, A. W. S., A Cappella Choir, B. S. U., Band JOSEPHINE HAYDON, Alfa J Secondary Education CLIFFORD HAYES, Bloomington Agricultural Education ANN HAYNES, Vanderbilt Elementary Education, Pi Kappa Epsilon, W. R. A., Who's Who, A. W. S. fpresidentj RICHARD HENDERSON, Harlingen Business Administration, Alpha Phi Omega fpresidentj, B. B. A. Club, May Hall Council Qpresidentj, R.O.T.C. Ofiicers' Club BERNARD G. HENRY, Beeville Health and Physical Education, Student Council freporterj, Basketball, Press Club Qpresidentj, H.P.E. Club, The South Texan Staff CHARLES HENTZ, Elmira, New York Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Veterans' Association STEVENS G. HERBST, Teafzeck, New Jeffrey Engineering, Engineers' Club, AIME BETSY HILL, Beeville Elementary Education, Delta Theta, Wesley Foun- dation, Footlights Club, Pi Kappa Epsilon fpresi- dentj , Alpha Chi LARRY HOLLON, Lnr Fre.r1m.r Biology CAROLYN HOLZAPFEL, Werlaro Elementary Education, Wesley Foundation, Pi Kappa Epsilon, Beta Gamma RAY HOUTS, Kilzgrzfille Health and Physical Education, T Association H.P.E. Club, R.O.T.C. Cadet Colonel, Football, Track DANIEL IBARRA, JR., Eagle Pan Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Laredo Club, Marketing Club ii VIRGINIA JACKSON, Laredo English, Alpha Chi, Laredo Club, English Club, Eckhardt Hall Council JAMES GEPPELT, carpal cb,-fm History FRANCIS JOHNS, Florewille Engineering ODEAN ROWE JOHNSON, Birhop Music ALAN A. JOHNSTON, La Grange, Illinoir Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Student Council, D. M. S., Cadet Captain R.O.T.C., Engi- neers' Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Coronation Committee JOE F. JEMELKA,Moulio1z Business Administration LYNN A. JORDAN, Alice Petroleum and Gas Engineering DAVID C. KARR, San Antonia Physics LT. M. W. KASISCHKE, USAF, Mirriorz Business Administration, Alpha Chi, B. B. A. Club 38 1:34351 . , -saw' in In .Y vw y, - 'F- DAN R. KELLER, Port Isabel Secondary Education PHILIP H. KELLY, Corpur Christi I Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineeringg AIME DOROTHY M. KENYON, Kingwille Elementary Educationg Delta Theta L. KORENEK,Edmz Business Administrationg B. B. A. Club, Veterans' Association ROGER J. KIER, Greenley, Colorado Electrical Engineering, Alpha Chi, Sigma Tau SHIRLEY KINSEY, El Campo Music Education, Band, Madrigals G' LADDIE FRANK KOLLAJA, Corpus Christi Business Administrationg Alpha Chi TOMMY LaNOUE, Robrtowrz Business Administration, El Rancho Editor, Kappa Sigma Nu Q residentj, B. B. A. Club, Press Club P fvice-presidentj LEONARD E. LARSON, Port Laoara Business Administrationg B. B. A. Club INEZ LASSMAN, Alice Art D. K. LASSITER,Rorkporl Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering KENNETH R. LOWREY, Dublin Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, JAMES T. LEE, Falfurriar Business Administration, Alpha Chi Creporterj, Press Club Csecretaryrtreasurerj, Veterans' Club Qsecretary-treasurerj, B. B. A. Club, History Club PATTY GIBSON LEE, Drircoll Elementary Education ROBERT E. LEE, S411 Antonio Business Administrationg T Association, B. B. A. Club, Student Council fpresidentj, Who's Who, Marketing Club BARBARA JEAN LEFFINGWELL, Harlingen Elementary Educationg Lantana Lady, A. W. S. fvice-presidentj, Veterans' Association Sweetheart, Maid of Cotton, B. S. U. ROBERT STANLEY LEMER, C0l'PZl.l' ClJri5ti Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Alpha Chi, The South Texan Staff DALIA R. LOERA, Kirzgrixille Elementary Education HUGH C. LIECK, Brownnfille Electrical Engineeringg Alpha fsecretaryj M. R. KIRKPATRICK, Mirriorz Agriculture, Aggie Club THERESIE C. KRNAVEK, Corpus Christi Health and Physical Educationg H. P. E. Club Qtreasurerj, W. R. A. Qtreasurerj, Newman Club Qcorresponding secretaryj CAROL KUESTER, Yoakam Elementary Eclucationg Delta Theta fhistorianj, Alpha Chi, Honorary Cadet Colonel of R.O.T.C., Who's Who, Future Teachers of America . i i? s sa:-' .i.. f we-'I 63 gr' f-,fl chi, Anais LAWRENCE E. LIPPINCOTT, Corpur Chrirti Engineering, Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi ALFRED G. LUNA, Newgulf Business Administration, B. 'B. A. Club ROBERT G. LUNA, Newgulf Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Newman Club GEORGE DEE MADDEN, Progrero Agriculture, Aggie Club H FAYE MAIVILLE, Donna: English, A. W. S. fsecretaryj, English Club fsec- retaryj, Footlights Club, Eckhardt Hall Council Qpresidentj, Aggie Sweetheart, Homecoming Queen, Who's Who, Alpha Chi Lantana Queen JERRY MALIN, Riviera Agricultural Education, F. F. A. MARVIN O. MARSHALL, Sabina! Agricultural Education, Alpha Tau Alpha ftreas- urerj, F. F. A., Veterans' Association KENNETH W. MARTIN, Laredo Secondary Education, Biology Club, Laredo Club MIGUEL A. MARTINEZ, Alice Business Administration, B. B. A. Club -, .. ...-wa . - 'L ' 11. I, 5,1 - ,.. 'I I X .3-5, wt. I Lf T 4 '55 - 4. A 'Sf rgN, v , A EP- 4. .3 G," I -1: 9-"" Cl' ax if OSCAR R. MARTINEZ, Laredo Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Laredo Club DONALD R. MATHEWS, Falfzzrriar Animal Husbandry, Alpha Tau Alpha, Alpha Chi Veterans' Association FREDRICK MATHEWS, P011 Armzrar History, Newman Club WALTER A. MAYER, Armzmr Parr Health and Physical Education, T Association, HPE Club, Basketball EDWARD P. MEYER, Kizzgrville Agricultural Education, F. F. A. Qvice-presidentj JOE E. MEYER, Weemlrhe Secondary Education, Newman Club, Band, Choir WILLIAM H. MEYER, Matbir Chemistry, American Chemical Society Qchairmanj - KENNETH H. MILLER, Kingrzfille Y 9 6 ' ,. ,N Physics, Texas Electronics Association 'B' fa BILL W. MONK, cafpw Gmini ' I 1, V, Psychology, Footlights Club Psychology Club 1. . .I if s A Chi Qtreasurerj -- TOMMY MONROE, Bemzvider Industrial Arts, Band, Choir, B. S. U. RALPH MONTGOMERY, Werlam Physics, A Capcpella Choir Qpresidentj, Physics Club Qvice-presi entj, R. O. T. C. Officers' Club 4.. ftreasurerj, Alpha Chi, B. S. U. ANTONIO S. MORENO, Laredo Elementary Education, Veterans' Association, La- redo Club, Future Teachers of America GEORGIA ANN MORRIS, Alice Elementary Education, B. S. U. Qlibrarianj, Alpha 5.1,-, - i M 'qv qi, an 'V fc '-'Q 1 'J 'la r ff . 1 N ' img, , l l W' ' N l 6' . sv its ' .V .- DAVID R. MCKEAND, Harlingen 1 History, History Club, Future Teachers of America OWEN N. MCKINNEY, Robrlown Agricultural Education JAMES R. MULKEY, JR., Merrede: Agronomy, Student Council Qpresidentj, Who's Who, Alpha Chi, Aggie Club Qpresidentj, Alpha Tau Alpha fpresidentj, Representative to SCONA, Inter-Dorm Council JAMES LEROY MURRAY, Bishop Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Sigma Tau, AIME, MARS Club Qpresidentj SUSAN MCBEAN, Harlingen Elementary Education, Lewis Hall Council, Pi Kappa Epsilon, A. W. S., W. R. A. JOHN C. MCCAMPBELL, Corpus Chrirti Agriculture, T Association ERNEST W. McCOLLUM, Brownwille Agriculture, Aggie Club WILLIAM F. MCDANIEL, Kingwille Agricultural Education, F. F. A. Qpresidentj, Alpha Tau Alpha LAURIE B. MCDONALD, Galena Park History, Alpha Chi, History Club Cpresidentj, Newman Club Qvice-presidentj Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Sigma Nu Qsecretaryj Veterans' Associa- tion Representative to SCONA MARGARITA MCGLOTHIN Laredo Elementary Education- Laredo Club CHARLES D. NEAL, Pearmll Q ,. A ricultural Education' Student Council fvice . 3 ' 1 ' . ' presidentj, Alpha Tau Alpha freporterj, F.F.A., at Who's Who, R.O.T.C. Oliicers' Club "" RILEY O. NELSON, Corpui Christi l .9 Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Kings A Rifles, Seale Hall Council Qpresidentj, Canter- bury Club JAMES E. NEWTON, Kifzgwille Health and Physical Education NELSON R. NICHOLS, Ocleim Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, AIME, Sigma Tau, Veterans' Association Qpresidentj, Student Council LILLIE NIEMANN, lVoaclsb0r0 Secondary Education, Future Teachers of America freporterj, History Club, English Club PETE NIESCHWIETZ, Fall! City Agriculture, Alpha Tau Alpha, Newman Club MARY LOU NIFOROPULOS, Oakland, California Elementary Education, Psychology Club freporterj , History Club, Pi Kappa Epsilon ,Alpha Chi DON NOAH, Big Well.: Agricultural Education, F. F. A., Aggie Club NORMA JEAN NOAH, Kenedy Elementary Education DOUGLAS F. NORTH, Corpus Christi Engineering, Engineers' Club S. J. NUCKLES, JR., Carrizo Springs Business Administration, B. B. A. Club 41 Agricultural Education' Aggie Club F.F.A. l , 6 ' f l , TERRANCE E. MCGUIRE, san Antonia V .iii W- ' . . r, -'i. ' K 'Pi t':' 5' ,434 pu- lil it , 5' ' ' I 2.12 H Qin fp HU! - 'Tx .1 , ,, X' if' -'i RANDALL A. ODOM, Three Rivers Electrical Engineering, Who's Who, R.O.T.C. ' ' Cadet Colonel, Sigma Tau, Alpha Phi Omega 3 Cvice-presidentj, King's Rifles, D.M.S. Cadet of 1 I R.O.T.C., B.S.U., Engineers' Club Creporterj ALFONSO I-I. ORNELAS, Laredo History g Laredo Club X tiff. BARBARA JEAN O'NEAL, Kingwille Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Footlights ' Club, A.W.S., Delta Theta, Alpha Psi Omega J'-?i'fQl , DONALD L. PARKER, Corpus Christi Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Veterans' I Association, AIME, Sigma Tau, Engineers' Club "" 5 4' LOU ANN PARSONS, BI'0'l0IZJZ'ill8 A 5. Biology, Rodeo Club, A.W.S., Alpha Chi JAMES PATTEN, Kingrville Business Administration KATHERINE PATTON, Daole Home Economics EVELIA E. PENA, Delmim Home Economics NELSON PENA, Falfurriar Business Administration, B. B. Club ..-139 l . 4.19-,T i it X . sli t r ii 'gf -eff" 'ii . as- A. Club, Newman 5 'f i . I Q' ii . U I g H ,i,. .i ff .. X f ' ' I --prim 4 1 F ...Ll ' -"' f T I-"ER V I ,WX V CLAUDIO PEREZ, Ffzljurrias 7 Biology, Newman Club DEAN PIERCE, Harlilzgefz , Industrial Arts, Epsilon Pi Tau, Band, Blue Note R.O.T.C., Industrial Arts Club JO ANNE POENISCI-I, Tildezz Business Administration, Alpha Sigma fpres H'- Epsilon fpresidentj, Lewis Hall Council GLENN K. POLAN, Bmzqzzele History, Alpha Chi, Phi Alpha Theta tai' QTY' L. ',' . If WARNER D. POWELL, Carriza Sprifzgr Economics W. TI-IERRELL POWELL, Mobile, Alabama Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Alpha Chi, Engineers' Club, Sigma Tau ftreasurerj BOBBY JOE PRESSLEY, Taft Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, B.S.U. MATTHEW PRAZAK, 1Vhart0n Engineering, Newman Club JAY PRICE, Robstown Animal Husbandry NANCY RABKE, Port Lawzm Home Economics, Who's Who, Alpha Chi, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club fpresidentj, Delta Theta, Westminster Fellowship, Religious Council fpresidentj A i JONELL RABKE, Rabfiozwz 'ii Business Administration, Future Teachers of 1- America, Beta Gamma Cpresidentj, Intersorority Council fsecretary-treasurerj, Alpha Chi FLOYD W. RAGAN, Refugio Industrial Arts, Veterans' Association, Epsilon ' Pi Tau BARBARA RASCO, Kingsville Secondary Education, Beta Gamma fvice-presi- dentj, Intersorority Council, Future Teachers of 42 America, A Cappella Choir Qreporterj, Madrigals dentj, B. B. A. Club ftreasurerj, Pi Kapp r ' i I ' y . IU, Y, ' 4.-fi., . L I MARY JO SCOGIN,Lyfo1-d Health and Physical Education, H.P.E. Club, Delta Theta, T Association Sweetheart, W.R.A. RICHARD SCOTT, Corpus Christi Agriculture WELDON SEELIGER, Locklmrt Sl ff' History, H.P.E. Club RALPH SEIDENFELD, Robrfouffz Business Administration ERVIN E. SELCER, Wbarton Agronomy A. c. SHARP, JR.,spuf Physics, Wesley Foundation, Physics Club EVELYN SHIMEK, El Campo Elementary Education GLENN ROBERT SHULTS, Kingruille ltr' . THOMAS S. REED, Beaumont Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering KENNETH RICHTER, Freer Business Administration, B. B. A. Club, Newman Club fvice-presidentj FRANK J. RIHA, JR., Carriza Spring: Engineering, Engineers' Club, Alpha Phi Omega IDOLINA RODRIGUEZ, Kingwille Elementary Education, F.H.A. fsecretaryj FORTINO SAENZ, JR., Falfurria: Industrial Arts MARIA ALICIA SALAZAR, Beeville Elementary Education, Phi Theta Kappa, Lantana Lady-in-Waiting MANUEL SALINAS, JR., Robrtown Biologyg Newman Club ALFRED SCHNEIDER, Alice Agricultural Education ROBERT Z. SCHWEBEL, Santa Rom Electrical Engineeringg Whois Who, AIEE-IRE, Sigma Tau fsecretaryj, Engineers' Club, Alpha Chi, B.S.U. ,ja . '1 tl' i r 1 , General Engineering, Engineers' Club, Veterans' . T Association, Student Union Governing Board LEO V. SIGLE, Freei- General Engineering CECIL R. SIMMONS, Harlingen Biol08YS Alpha Chi WAYNE SIMPKINS,De11izze Industrial Artsg Epsilon Pi Tau WALLACE R. SLOAN, Taft Business Administration L. MILLER SMYTH,U1zalde Mathematics 1 W' Ee EDXVARDO R. STEIN, Brorwzrzlille Chemistry JOHN Y. STEPHENSON, Kingroille Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering CHARLES P. STEWART, Robrlozwz Business Administration A-4' EDWARD H. STEWARD, JR., Corpus Chrirti Business Administrationg Marketing Club, B. B. A. Club, Veterans' Association, Annual Staff BILL STEVENS, Corpzzr Christi Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering WALTER SUMMY, Goldfhufaite Agriculture gn- DARRELL SUMNER, Edna Business Administration, "T" Association, Track, B. B. A. Club, Marketing Club JAMES ROBERT SWALLOW,Ala1no Accounting, B. B. A. Club DONNA TAYLOR, Refugio Home Economicsg Wesley Foundation Qpresidentj, Religious Council, Beta Gamma, Kappa Omicron Phi as. -Ana ' GILBERT R. TAYLOR, Mrflllerz Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Phi Omega Qpresidentj, Who's Who, AIM R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, Rifle Team JAMES L. TAYLOR Corprzr Christi Electrical Engineering' A.I.E.E. Engineers' Clu M.S.C. CARL O. THOMAS Driffo!! . . ' I I fr I JAMES SELBY THOMASON,Ki1zgrvil!e Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Alp Chi Sigma Tau AIME Industrial Artsg Phi Alpha Theta ALBERTO A. TIJERINA,Bro1w1.r11ille ,N g r Secondary Education l EDWARD TRAPP, Vorz ormy W Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering . ROGER L. TREVINO, Beeoille Business Administrationg B. B. A. Club, R.O.T.C. y ' We Ofhcers' Club . Aga tm vr.. , PAUL FRED TRAEGER, Polk 1, ' Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, AIME ,pg 5-qu Cpresidentj, Engineers' Club, Advisory Board A SHIRLEY ALOIS TROJCAK, Robrtozwz Tu' -5 Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, AIME, ' E, A N A811 Band . BUCK LEE TURK,De1Rf0 r , Health and Physical Education ROBERT L. TUCKER, Yoakam Industrial Arts VERNON ULLMAN, Wlmrlofz Health and Physical Education BUDDY R. VENTERS, Corpus Christi Business Administration 44 ALVIN VESELKA, Robrtozwz Business Administration, B.B.A. Club, R.O.T.C. 5- Officers' Club 6' YSIDRO VILLARREAL, Falfurrifzr Chemistry DONALD VRANA, fozzrdfzzztofz Agricultural Education, King's Rifles, R.O.T.C. Ofhcers' Club, F.F.A. Ctreasurerj ED WACHTEL, Carrizo Spriazgr Industrial Arts LEROY T. WALTHER,Vir1or-ia -. I Engineering . 'I LEWIS WATSON, JR., Edna , Business Administration, B.B.A. Club fpresidentj, I 1 Marketing Club, Veterans' Association , 1 A, ' " 'N CHARLES WEAVER, Sanz Azztofzio l g Secondary Education, History Club Cvice-presi- dentj, Alpha Phi Omega, King's Rifles, Oihcers' Club 1" MARGARET WELLS, Sinzfmz Speech ' BERNARD WENDEL, El Campo Agricultural Education H A CHAI L. WEST, Cm'f111.f Clarirfi Chemistry LESTER WETZIG, Carrizo Spring! General Engineering Ol-IN EDWARD WI-IELAN, Corpus Claris!! General Engineering, Newman Club HALL WOOD WHITLEY, KiI2g,fl"i1l6 Health and Physical Education f 'L ----"'. Tl' 1-11.2-' Q at ' cA1.v1N D. WILKERSON,Erlf1a ' Business Administration " KENNETH W. WILHITE, Donna it ' A. 3 ,gg "2 Secondary Education, T Association fpresidentj, 343- 1 'L . ' H,P.E. Club, Advisory Board ig il H X1 MINA WILLIAMS, Robslozwz V ' English, Alpha Chi, Lantana Lady, T Association Sweetheart ROBERT G. WILLIAMS, Taft Business Administrationg B.B.A, Club ELLIS WIND, Dmzevaizg Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, Who's Who, Sigma Tau, Engineers' Club fpresidentj, AIME, Advisory Board LARS IRVIN WIND, El Cflwlw Electrical Engineering, Engineers' Club, A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. ftreasurerj, Sigma Tau RUCE L. WITTER, S2111 Alzfonio Business Administration, Veterans' Club, Press Club, Advisory Board, El Rancho Photographer OI-IN H. WOMACK, Mrflllefz Agriculture EORGE ROYLE WRIGHT, Larerlo Business Administration, Kings Rifles, Advisory Board, Ofiicers' Club 'ABIAN YANTA, Runge Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineeringg Sigma Tau, Newman Club fpresidentj 45 ,,. Ll V, ' ' -J I : -, .. ,I F: , i ffl :LIL - L 1 E 4'-"H ,fit X! s- 3 5 , President Vice-Prexidenl JIM WARREN Secretary-Treezxurer TLER DUDLEY CAMPBELL 5 MANON RAY GRACE BU Re porter 'W GRACE BUTLER 4 XX Pnrliamentmfian XX CHARLES X Smdenz DUNHAM Council Reprexenleiive s JUDY KIMBLE Q Wm' H A S fi, is .A X fi! 1' sis 1 1 v WARREN IUDY KIMBLE UM A fn J MAN ON RAY CHARLES DUNHAM 5 s I new w", I 5 N2 x X S 'Q it I l s i. , KK . 6' u.'1v DUDLEY CAMPBELL, ARNOLDO A. ADAME, Kingsville R. C. ALBERT, Poth JACKIE ALBRECHT, jacksonville RICHARD ALLEN, Aransas Pass BOBBY ALSOBROOK, Angleton R. DOUGLAS ANDREXVS, Kingsville MELBA ATZENHOFFER, Edna DARRELL BACI-I, Weslaco U 'FW ' , fi "',.1T. f u-. r IQ 4 H., . M if Y ii i ' , W N I . , V' ' ' A i Y-'i i A A 1 BEN E. BENSON, JR. simon ROGER BICKHAM,Calal1en LARRY BiDD1sON,L02im0 HUGH R. B1sHOR,c0ipus Christi s H is MONA LEE BOLAND, Riviera W. E. BORGERS, Fort Worth PATSY BRANNEN, San Antonio H. H. BRIDGES, Pleasanton 3' X 'Ns as 47 ' JOE A. BAKER, Seguin TED BARECKY, Taft OLLIB BARRIER, simon KIRK BARTLEY, McAllen DON BATCHELDER, Palacios DONALD BECKMAN, Tiboli PAMELA BELL, San Antonio ZULEMA BENAVIDES, Kingsville WVQE, 11. I !l tv rl W. M. BROOKS San Benito MIKE BRYAN, ics Ffesnos ' 'gn A- PAT BUHLER, Edna DICK BULLAJIAN, JR., Corpus Christi JOHN R. BURKHOLDER, Charlotte T. GILBERT BURRELL, Kingsville SEVERO BUSTOS, Kingsville GRACE BUTLER, Carrizo Springs .Lx , .J 1, f-ff .,., -- 5 -.ez -AJ . X F. ips - ,- f 1 it, ii i . I 1 Q ,qw-. r'x.I ,D- ,,,, ,I 'fvT'F'v.", ,,.,. . I i A""' . r ' ' I 1 A an A ,pi ca V ' ' F I . ,, 'Q JOHN M. BUTLER, McAllen ,Y iv -5 Ji : : X DUDLEY CAMPBELL, Corpus Christi -I - . . H e GEORGE CARPENTER, McAllen i' yt? j CHARLIE CASTANEDA, Corpus Christi 'Wim 4 "" .flwxf i fi Ai ii!! " 'fig I I A '.g . ' ANICETO JULIO CASTILLO, Laredo I at 'V f F. M. CHILES, JR., Tampa, Fla. E'--' ' RAY CHILDRESS, Tuscola BOB CLARK, Alice Q 1? 1 'J i .V 'Q it 1' I., -1' Uh- 1- gk qs- 'qt 5- Q' 'ng an ROBERT A. CLARKE, Mercedes SHIRLEY CLARKE, Beeville KATHLEEN CLARKSON, Refugio WILLIAM H. CLAY, JR., Raymondville DONALD R. CLINE, Corpus Christi CHARLES F. CODD, Corpus Christi ANN COPELAND, Corpus Christi JOSE CORREA, JR., Raymondville 35- H 1 'ls 48 I it Ji .gs .- . f . 51 E I I wx Q, "' U . 'R Q-ii--wg, JT. .ff . I sr LEWIS DILLON, Donna TED E. DOCKERY, Kingsvillc CLAIRE DORMAN, Kingsvillc JOY DORSEY, Port Luvnca - 4 C 3 Q a," 4 " 0 I BUDDY DOSS,Wi1dswortl1 BILLY DOSS, Wladsworth F. JEROME DUDERSTADT, Ingram CHARLES DUNI-IAM, Laredo ' Q 5' . 6' ' ' I GLEN T. CROSSLAND,1-Iarlingen KATHERINE CURLEE, Edna PEGGY SUE DAGLEY, Corpus Christi CECIL W. DANFORD, Corpus Christi VIRGINIA DAVIDSON, Crystal City LOXVELL DAVINA, Weslaco DON DEAN, Taft JAMES DICKEY, Floresville ff' . . -iq V I it H mg 0 A" 'U 'lr Q' ,ar on ass L ni " ln ,x 39 351' Q' at -L haf wi! 49 I aw 1 F. M. DUNKLE, JR., Crystal City GERALDIAN ELIAS, Brownsville EUGENE E. ELLINGTON, Corpus WESLEY ELLIS, San Antonio Christi LAWRENCE RAY EMERSON, Yoakum SONNY EWING, Corpus Christi JIM FARLEY, Robstown MARGOT FARLEY, Corpus Christi 'I 3 . 1 I GARVIS FENWICK, Houston JOHN J, FLORES, Laredo HOMER FLOREY, Beeville X RUSSELL FOWLER, Borger TOY E. FOW'LER,Kingsvi1le PAUL FRENZEL, Big Wells WAYNE ERERKING, Seguin J is A-af ELEANOR ERIESEN,PfofnonI J at 71 v- .Q 1. I- iw' i' ' I 1 - 'L q Q 7' Q 0- HARRY D. GALLENKAMP, Houston -.. 1 MARY LOU GARCIA, Bon Bon I JEAN CLAIRE GARNER, Laredo JAMES A. GARRISON, Pharr '5 QW I CHARLES E. GILMORE, McAllen .U J MARY JANE GILMORE, McAllen 1 I DIANA GONZALES, Alice y , , JAMES H. GOPFFORTH,La Ward .A .4 N , , - I J. ,QI nd. ul 'Q I GENE R. GRABBS, Kingsville JAMES GRAEBER, Needville BETTY IO GREGORY, Yoakum GARY GRIFFITH, Brownsville '1 KATY GRIMM, Alice MELVIN GRONES,HallQttsvil1e 'CS' HERMILA P. GUTIERREZ, Laredo DONALD R. HANDER, Corpus Christi 50 S A S ls c 1 I . , Vx' 'fs .N E LARRY D. HARVEY, Mt. Pleasant 'W' ' Q , I , '33 1-12.5 I5 H I DANA GIBSON HAYES, Bloomington . . 1 J J A,., MAL HAYS, Phillips TE s L .,. 2 rj PRESTON R. I-IAYNES, Old Fort, N.C Us I . an . A 2 H - A 7 Erriaafg I f f -j,E'jZE?I' f .. . -' I ,i?5: I iv i -.?-551' J, j J ,,,,, ' ' 'I RAY H. HENRY, Sabinal V , I BILLIE HIGGINS, Galveston ga., N L VERNON HIGGINS, Kingsville 'X ' 'thx - , OLAN G. HILLIARD, Freer 5 i 4 l 1 , K' I LUCAS HINOJOSA, Linn MARIA EDIA HINOJOSA, Alice Y , RAMON D. H1NoJosA, JR., Benavidcs Q I MARY RUTH HODGES,Ncwgulf . J Q ,lm Q . 5' I g Q x '? '- 1? -an ALBERT HOLUB, Alice ROBIN HOOD, Granville, Ohio A -Q' 1 I -X JERRY HUIE, San Benito s Q ",' . -f-H' RICHARD M. HUMES, Mirando City -I - " . V N -' "' ip' T u 1 x L Q 1 Q RONALD HUNT, Corpus Christi DANIEL JAIME, Alice ARVID JOHANSON, JR., Palacios JAMES W. JOHNSON, Kenedy l k tif JOE JOHNSON, JR., Laredo JERRY R. JORDAN, Edna GEORGE E. KAIN, Matagorda H. A. KATZER, Boerne 51 JUDY KIMBLE, Carrizo Springs RICHARD KLOCKMANN, Brownsville CLIFFORD KLOESEL, Woodsboro LEATRICE KOCH, Woodsboro CHARLES KRAMER, Knippa XVILLIAM KROMER, San Antonio D. A. LeNORMAN, Alice WELDON LEWIS, Falfurrias g QA: C 0 :Y 2 s A' ar -l DONALD MENN, Runge BYRD MINTER, JR., Aransas Pass MONROE MITTELDORF, Washington, ROBERT MOLDER, Harlingen RAYMOND MONROE, Kingsville BUNNY MORGAN, San Antonio CLAYTON MORGAN, Corpus Christi SANDRA MOSS, Refugio X, 0 li 15 X I w V . , hi ., 9' . . s, -,iffbf I x .. Q., 5 34 It L .LA 1 gg.. I l 1 -'1 fi V' l by 1.1 QP-4.1 v , 'J I -r ,, , H JI. ' w n.l i , ' ni n U . . 3 R. j. LOBAUGH, Taft GEORGE LOPEZ, Whartoxm LYNN MACE, Rio Hondo GILBERTO MARAVILLO, Laredo PAUL MATOCHA, Beeville LESTER MATHEWS, Falfurrias JAMES O. MAY, Kingsville ANN MENKE, Charlotte , 1 C V 1 Q-1, Qu' W 8 1 3 i f 52 X5 EVERARD MCDOWELL, Edna ALBERT LEO MCGUILL, Beevillc JOHN NEE, Corpus Christi JACK NELSON, Kerrville A. GLEN NIMMO, Banquetc MELROSE NITSCHE, Converse CARRIE NOLEN, Rio Hondo RONALD T. NORRIS, Alice 3, .- - , i ' A' L ,i. '.J'11ii v JA -L, l'.1A ' lf' . I I df' 'K 7' - S HOWARD MURCHISON, JR in sville ., K IBBY MURPHY, Refugio JOE MYERS, Jourdanton ROBERT MCANEAR, Ereer NEAL MCBRYDE, San Diego ROBERT MCCURDY, Kingsville DONALD MCDONALD, Canyon ROYCE MCDONALD, Taft ROBERT OLIN, Victoria BENNIE OLSOVSKY, Moulton FERDY PENA, Laredo DONALD PETERSON, El Campo BOBBY PHILLIPS, Vanderbilt LACY POGUE, Pawnee PEGGY POSTERT, Kingsville ARVIS POWELL, Kingsville PHX JU! EDITH PUCKETT, Brownsville WILLIAM PUTTY, San Antonio DON QUEEN, LaiFeria CHARLES RACHUI, Odem BETTYE RAMEY, Ingleside ARNOLD RAMIREZ, Corpus Christi RICHARD RAMIREZ, Alice CHARLES RAWLINGS, Corpus Christi Y 5 N Q -5 es eb- 'Q 05 , I if 5 is ia: SwLl X Eff' Y ie if " df X an ' S1454 A X J f I . gl n N I , R 11 33-'A 5- 2 - lui?-1 V A l: "ka, A I Jn"- .I , . I i I 5h if 2'-'-f ' Pi' m P I , Gs :I A., I ei--! zu ' l ,, I .sul fi L ' l v x fl x , ,LJ MANON RAY, Brownsville GEORGE RIQAL, Laredo NONA DEE ROE, Kingsville JERRY RYAN, Kingsville 'ls Q15 I ' :- E 'fs X JUANITA SALAZAR, Laredo MARY LYNNE SCI-ILOMACH DONALD SCHNITZ, Adkins DAVID SCHOTT. Devine , Bishop HELEN SCI-IULZE, Mission RODNEY SCOTT, Falfurrias VERNON SEWELL, Benavides R. G. SHEARS, Brownsville JOANLEE SMITH, Floresville CAROL SPARKS, Kingsville DORIS SPIEGELHAUER, Harlingen DANIEL STACY, McCamey ROBERT STAFFEL, Kingsville JACK STEPHENSON, Alice S- if Wal .. 13' u '. in 'ff 1 . ' . , XV, ,,,- 'za fu v, f H- X f-3 1 .ft-'VL ff21!'.9 I 1 .1 4 . r ,i 2671- '..,,-2" 54 JOEL URIBE Lmrcdo 'C"" J I HELEN STEWTS, Brownsville GERALD STREEPER, Agua Dulce JESSE SWANSEY, Bay City DONALD THOMAS, Harlingen JANE TODD, Corpus Christi LARRY TOMPKINS, Kingsville KAY TREPTOW, Robstown AMINDA URIBE, Laredo PATSY VANNOY Robstovsn DARRLLL VAUCHTLR KlDgSX!llC JAIML VILLANULVA M1flI11Of'1S Mexico "" LL.....d' BLRTA VILLARRFAL Prcmont ROBERT WATR Victoru IRANK WAI-IL Corpus Christi JAMES WARREN Corpu'-zChr1st1 Adx "0-45" , 55 1 i I , E f t fs , , JL., , ' X I. A J' .' N .I - cf'-for A LOUIS WEISS III, Corpus Christi GEORGE WERNETTE, Corpus Christi ROBERT WHATLEY, Odem BOBBIE WHITE, San Antonio MARTHA WILSON, Alice Q if .Q Qi VELMA WILSON, Alice KENNETH WITTEN, Eloresville ANTOINETTE WITTER, San Antonio ROBERT WOOD, Corpus Christi JAMES WRIGHT, Corpus Christi fl Wx 6 4 qolzo 1 ' Y T A Ts I st mr: ,vig In if A 4 all 4 ,. R! Y 1 ' aij. 5044 Prefidenl CLYDE MACHEN Vice-Preyident 1 JACK BOND Q .4 Secrenzr -T y reamrer A BETTY ANN WOELFEL CHARLES BRYAN "' ' Reporter CLYDE MACHEN 0. 'f NEWTON LERICH D I Pmfliamentarian ogy BUDDY MENKING ,.' "' .I Student Council Represelzmtive 4' X CHARLES BRYAN 0. ' N 'g sk is it I .A f O f 1 u-T, N WOELEEL BETTY AN ' , ff-A T BUDDY MENKING JACK BOND 56 RENEE' L. ADAME, San Diego TERRY AFFOLTER, Rio Hondo FRANKIE ALBRECHT,jacksonvi1le ANN ALEXANDER, Corpus Christi J 4 0 la 44 to EDWIN ALLISON, Szm Benito ORALIA ALVARADO, Riveria ANGELITA ALVAREZ, Laredo PHIL ANDERSON, San Juan JULIETA ARMENDARIZ, Brownsville I-IECTOR ARRENDONDO, Kingsville P. J. ATKINSON, JR., Lyford ,nl 4 1' ff' "'fiK'-,s::zaf?- 312 , A ,A R ' A .. V - '7 v - l n f L 'H Q i - f '- r- I w ,Qi , 5 ,'.. i . 57 f,jf.g.' - if .Ei 'V'-ill Tl 3 Q'-slr STUART A. AWBREY, Kingsville RAY BACON, San Antonio JOYCE M. BAKER, Seguin EUGENE BALLARD, Driscoll BARBARA A. BARBER, Refugio VIVIAN BARTH, Edcouch MARILYN BARTON, Sugarland SALLY BEARD, Beeville DARRYL BETTGE, Seguin SAM D. BISHOP, Alice JOHN BLACK, Kingsville ROLAND C. BLACKBURN,Kingsvi11e F-iq! 'HP , NANCY BLAISDELL, Kingsville JO ANNE BLAKENEY, Uvalde VIRGIL E. BLEVINS, Beeville OTTO BLUNTZER, Goliad ROBERT L., BOGUSCH, Kingsville JACK C. BOND, Beeville LUCILLE BRIGGS, Edinburg CHARLES T. BRYAN, Benayides SHIRLEY ANNE BRYAN, Mission JANE CABANISS, Mathis N " i s. Q 0 -3 iff 'R ,TV 'V . 'w C2 W-' if -ng ,ip-1 e' p ' w if-,vm i A -gg, gn-0 ii E .l QI .Vx ,QS-f' 2 ..'N I . l X ' SP "' ' fu. -fl "' u I lb-f , , ' 6 T, ri 542-- l .. ..El 1 ,Y- K 1' ,-if 'GX 58 i 'U Qi AURORA CADENA, Beuavides BARBARA CAREY, San Benito BOBBY CARLILE, Hebbronville GLORIA CAVAZOS, Kingsville JERRY CHILES, Kerrville VERNON CLINGER, Bishop GENE CLOPTON, Corpus Christi ROBERT COBB, Big Spring DARLINE COLLARD, Alice ROSS H. CURBELLO, Skidmore KENNETH DANIEL, Corpus Chr isti 75: tr V- ' -'K I VON if-H ix' I N ' Q :II A. f . - , I 1. g " ' I 1 S I Q e IL . FN-F' , ,' ', u mu ' ., V, V U 'I7 H , . X Af- , if l fr V I . cs' ll i fl . I H KATHERYN ELIAS, Brownsville RODGER N. ELKINS, Santa Rosa ELAINE ELLIFF, Harlingen LEOPOLDO ESCOBAR, JR., Encino BILLY D. EVANS, Junction VURAY NELL EVANS, Alice SAM FENNER, Sinton BILL FORAN, Corpus Christi ERNEST A. FORD, JR., Kingsville CHARLES D. FOREHAND, Graham ROBERT FUGITT, Corpus Christi BUZZ DAUGHTREY, San Benito TED E. DAVENPORT, Freer ADA FRANCES DECHERD, Taft FREEMAN DELANE, Orange EMETERIO V. DE LEON, Kiugsville NANCY DICKINSON, Riveria JOHN DIETERT, Kingsville RONNIE DISCHINGER, Victoria RICHARD DIXON, Santa Rosa RAY GENE DOUBRAVA, Beeville DEE ANN DURHAM, Kingsville E' " i 112 W' , AH i , ROBERT F. GAERTNER,F1oresvi1Ie MARY E. GANDY, Harlingen ELIAS GARCIA, JR., Kingsville ARNOLDO GARZA, Rio Grande City MACARIO GARZA Benavides DONNA JEAN GIVENS, Ealfurrias JAIME A. GONZALES, Zapata l i ,. Q. I :I 1 21 1' J ANNETTA GONTHIER, San Luis Potosi, Mex. 'Ii A . 'Q' Q I X j l MELITON L. GONZALES, Alice f IR rf- ' ROBERT GRAY, Harlingen A CLYDE 5. GREENLEES, Pfemfmf fl , ,xi iv, ' . I ,f ' ,J .J 4 , ,,x 7 5 KAY LYNN GREGG, Kingsville MICHAEL GUDAT Victoria DAVID GUNTER Calallen WILL HAESE, Corpus Christi CAROLINE HANKE Robstown WILLIAM J HANSEN Dallae ANN HARDEE Penslcola F11 JAMES E HARPER Laredo IRIS HARRELL Charlotte JOHN B HARVEY Mirando City DEANA HLLLUMS Falfurrias HOPE HENDERSON, Raymondville 5 . 1 x 'ky 'Ns PAT HOBBS, Johnson City JOHN L. HOFFMAN, Corpus Christi LESSIS RUTH HOFFMAN, Corpus Christi .FLOYD E. HOLBERT, Victoria of nn' 6. ,, 'an- if JAMES S. HOLDEN, Mexico City, Mex. JIMMY HOLLON, Los Fresnos JAN HOTCHKISS, Corpus Christi JOAN HOWE, Kingsville PHILLIP HUDSON, Three Rivers WILLIAM G. HUGHES, Elsa XVILLIAM RAY JANCHA, Skidmore ALLEN L. JANK, Goliad DONNIE SUE JOHNSON, San Benito ROBERT JOHNSON, Kingsville MICKEY KACHINSKI, Sugarland VICTOR KAINER, El Campo DAVID C. KELLY, Alice JAMES KENYON, Kingsville MY RADEL KIRK, Berclair BILL KNOX, Canton lv 4 A .0 ."' .zr W , , ',,- , - ll A' , 31' , K' NOLAN KUNKLE, Karnes City JOE LADD, Port Isabel JOHN LAINHART, Kerrville KAY LAKE, San Benito BETSEY ANN LANGFORD, Petrus ROBERT LANSFORD, Carrizo Springs ELAINE LAUDERBACK, George West ESTELLA LEAL, Raymonclville NEWTON LERICH, San Antonio PAT LEYENDECKER, Laredo BETTIE LINBURG, Goliacl BERTH DELL LOCHAUSEN, Edna rf' JERRY F. MIERS, San Antonio DWAIN MILLER, Bishop DONALD MILEY, Harlingen ROY N. MILUM, Los Frcsnos . Ri Y , Aus ,pdf QUENTIN MORRIS, Harlingen JOHN G. MUCKLEROY, Pleasanton COLEMAN MULINIX, Beeville HENRY E, MUNK, Victoria BUZZY MURPHY, Refugio JIMMY MURPI-LY, Freer ANDREW MYERS, Falfurrias ROBERT P. MYERS, Donna K? ROBERT LOPEZ, San Antonio MARVIN D. LUCE, Ganado TOM LUCE, Mission CLYDE MACHEN, Donna BEATRICE MANGEL, Encino BILLIE BETH MANNING, Refugio DARRELL MARTEL, Falfurrias PERRY MARTIN, Baird JOSEPH MASTERSON, Harlingen ZAN MATTHIES, Ganado BUDDY MENKING, Corpus Christi 'P -as 4 H Q 'E FRANKLIN S. MCALLISTER, Devine JOHN MCCOY, Memphis, Tenn. ELAINE MCCULLOUGH, Refugio MARIDEL MCINTOSH, San Benito JEAN MCKIM, Edcouch NATHAN R. MCRAE, I-Iebbronville MARY L. MCWILLIAMS, Raymondville JOHN NAVER, Alice sv I. ROBERT M. NEEDHAM, Kingsville BEDA ANN NELSON, Corpus Christi BARBARA B. NEWBERRY, Olmito I E' I W f 1. 'nu 'lr lv . , .. .5 Q an is Q 1 Q -9 1 qu .yu ,I 'dt' 5 ' ffl 64 .agr- 1 -U' un LEON NIX, Kingsville JAMES T. NOLEN, Rio Hondo M. J. O'GRADY, JR., Bristol, Mass. THOMAS L. OLSON, JR., Kingsville ROY CHARLES ORTOLON, Edna ERNEST H. PAGE, Lockhart BARBARA PALMER, Freer DAVID PATRICK, Kingsville DONALD PATRICK, Kingsville A. D. PATTON, San Antonio DELIA NELLA- PENA, Laredo MARY JOAN PHILLIPS, Corpus Christi 1-'S' F7 ARLIE PITTMAN, Donna CHARLES N. PIRTLE, McAllen DOROTHY POGUE, Karnes City. CARL RACKLEY, Corpus Christi ROSILYN RANGE, Skidmore PAUL REID, JR., Premont DICK RICHARDS, Ingleside JAMES E. RICHARDSON, Harlingen ROBERT C. RICHARDSON, Floresville WILLIE DAN ROWELL, Edna CANDELARIO RUIZ, San Diego '7 in 9 'ia 4 0 01 3,5 .Q 1 ge Q' b if MIGUEL RUIZ, Laredo LOUISE RUNNELS, Raymondville EDDIE RUTLEDGE, JR., McAllen GLORIA M. SAENZ, Laredo BILLIE SAMUELSON, Boling BLANCA SANCHEZ, Harlingen BOBBY SANDERS, Texas City NELDA SAWYER, Aransas Pass FARRIS SCI-IMIDT, Somerset K. G. SCI-IRUTKA,Jourdanton JAMES P, SCHULZE, Mission L. A, SCI-IULZE, Alice I P ..,. I l .. , --w BARBARA ANN SEWELL, Benavides DREW SHANKLE, JR., Donna JAMES M. SHEIVES, San Benito JIMMY SHORT, San Antonio MRS. VUALDA SIEVERS, Yorktown ROBERT SIMS, Odem CLAYTON SMITH, Freer RICHARD L. SMITH, San Benito CAROLYN SRAMEK, Crystal City CARLENE PEEPLES STACY, Rocksprings CARROLL L. STARNES, Kingsville i i if "- In - 1 i ' 1 W . ,- as J P , .- i ' -i ,wx , . . fb: i. O" I -L: 'f 4' .7 2 -. "H 7. s, ,. I 5-if " EDWARD LEWIS STARNES,Kingsville 4 . DEAN STEPHENS, MCMEEM1 it JACKIE STEWART, corpus Christi A J, JAMES RAY STEWART, Beevaile " Sf' ii. , ' .xlliza 1 ' ' f . s , H. V . NJ " 1 : f' J X :T 'i "" I .25 . I! , : "L ' ' Z: I . 1 J SM X K X ' 66 .il T5' J. 1... . 11. WW, A , xv? DOROTHY STOOPS,Kingsvi1le GEORGE STRICKLAND, Jourdanton SUE STROUD, San Antonio SUE STURDIVANT, Corpus Christi ,li GEORGE STUTZ, Mission D, E. SYLVESTER, Hondo MELVIN L. THOMPSON, Rio Hondo E. A. THORMAEHLEN, JR., Johnson City 6-rv",,f ,Q . I. :ag 5, gf fl 1 -Q .1 an .lk ' MARTIN H. WEBB, Corpus Christi BLANCHE WlENDLAND,Rcmbstowi1 HERBERT D. WELLS, Sinton ROBERT WETHEROLD, Harlingen BILL WICKLINE, Corpus Christi LARRY WILLIAMS, Elsa ROBERT WILLIAMS, Elsa KATHLEEN WILSON, Alice BETTY ANN WOELFEI., Kirlgsville CHARLES D. YODER, McAllen ARCHIE ZABEL, Wooclsboro RENE ZAMORA, Edinburg 'Y in sd 0 ,, I 4 1 lu- K Tk 4, li JL .1 4:--,J px .QC 67 BETTY TRAPP, Von Ormy GRACIELA TREVINO, Kingsville K. S. TROSTMANN, Houston CARLOS F. TRUAN, Kingsville JAMES O. TYLER, San Benito EPSIE VAUGHTER, Kingsville J. L. VERNOR, Corpus Christi FRANCISCO VILLARREAL, Zapata VIRGINIA VOLLMERING, Hebbrorivillc MARION WALKER, Three Rivers AUDRA ANN WATERS, Mercedes A I 1' H, 'ut ."' "' 3' T -. I-41 I T 1 I ,I 1 fl! 1 ' .. I '- eeii ,swf T Q " A ' ' . J i, : VV Z H fd 41-- 4 4 ' N Q s QQ V 'A .Ll A ,,.-. S P 7' TROY DUJLARD 5 A SACK BURKHOLDER We Ns 5 ss 404006010 President TROY DI LLARD Vice-Prexidenl MARY HARBORTH Sefretary-Trea.mrer NANCY BASS, Reporter NORMA REED, Parliarrzentarirzn LORRAINE OLSEN, xx Student C ozmcil Re prexentazfive JACK BURKHOLDER, R Q N ' v-f' v,.-im x- ""'," Wa N 1 MARY L . , HARBORTH r.,. - EN LORRMNE OLS 'V E L , . p '1-2:2 A .,,. nl" ,eo S S S S S X S 'S xx v Y 'P I 5, xx " X? Q' xq, x ', , 4 5 1 g , It I I I g 1 0 ' I ' I A I 'I '., 0 "' is -as 'el' NORMA REED NANCY BASS 68 at A' -.v if HARRY ADAMS Alice 1 i far., le. , lf? -J ATKIN S Christi T' Al . 14 A- -A i sa .J .-ul: 3 S 'ar 10- . ll i' . rv .r I I-4 N, 5 J ' .-. . ' ,h . I! " Il' Air 'Ai 5 ix 'jx V. x ft. .A ' BARBARA JAMES DON ADCOCK AFFOLTER Alice Rio Hondo O S. . , J, . I an .. J -A. -. ,. -if .N It , lx ' A X THOMAS ATKINSON Lyforcl A ,-...nfl H K ,l. J l I .Ilan .R f,:..., x ' T 1 55:4 4-4 LEE EDWARD BACA Bay City fQ iv 'Q W. ':, -Q V i .l ' I . E" ya thrusts Y-. ' 1' -74 ' .-1---A Q iii. . NV! tl? sf Y' fi' l GEORGE ALVARADO Robstown l fm-f-' .H , WAYNE BAKER Belton J K HJ S 5- ,A ir. le. X I XX ,CA si -.QC V A X ' ETS . "" ,' Q-N., ly ' I I 1 x JOSE ALVARADO Bishop 45 AF 'if' H 'ww A I PAULA BALDWIN Corpus Christi LEROY ! r i Y. 2-f .Cx ANGERMILLER Kenedy . ' "" R 5231 ui? -f fa ,. ,- ,-1 56 if-f ERVIN BALUSEK Orange Grove DARRELL W. BARBER, Floresville HARVEY L. BARKER, Baytown TOMMY BARNES, Lareclo A MURRAY BARR, San Antonio ELIZABETH BARTLETT, Victoria WILEY BARTON, Kingsville NANCY BASS, Corpus Christi HARVEY BECKER, Bishop 5 :- giqigswh BOB BEDWELL, Aransas Pass MAX BENNETT, Kingsville JUNE BERRY, Mathis SANDRA BIDDISON, Lozano RICHARD H. BLACK, Alice lim 'R ' , A fi, W. R. BLACK, Kingsville A A A f J ri JOSEPH BLOWEY, Sebastian I "4- 'Af J ' 1. QQ.. J 'ii MARY LOU BODE, Corpus Christi l I A ,. I I -4' I' l :wif-5'.Af as ' , A ffisb . 'ft' A 3 A -:A 69 ,H mS':55f? A' i.,"i?1g f O. .J ,fc , 1 :Y f .:"q i 13' KAY ASHWORTI-I Kingsville I wig, 'F ,,' . A V, X W 'l ...im l A 1 N. I l LESTER BALUSEK Orange Grove ia u- ' 1 I i A,-. as ,!'C' . p"- , Q23 J ' . ' X Q. 4 7 ffl lmlffilf M I 'VIII 1,1 J ,l i if nie x Q' 'l "' ' iw L. WALTER GARY CLARENCE SHERMAN R. BOENING BOESE Peggy Weslaco , I I g ig , J L tk E ix at ' Q . , 51 .3511 1 I -v I -.CV 1 of . C 'j -. if A I l.. I I JOHN A EDWARD D. ANNETTE BRADLEY BREMER BRIDGES Lqfedo Tynan Pleasanton DORIS BURKE, Alice ELEANOR BURKHARDT, San Antonio JAN BURNETT, Corpus Christi LILLIAN BURNETT, Corpus Christi JIMMIE BURRIS, Kingsville GRACE JANE BUTCHER, La Feria ADA RUTH CADDELL, Kingsville TOMMY CALDWELL, Freeport GEORGE H. CALHOUN, San Antonio THOMAS CALLIHAM, Calliham GERALD CAMBER, Billett RICHARD P. CAMPBELL, Houston C 1 Gb Q 6 Q C S tl Q A- izlvgsiz: 'MIM- i Y' :M , Lx l .I - lx Q' lx WfF9ml,li ' RAYMOND BOLAND Corpus Christi , 1. Id'9'yOi -r , . N -if in ,tx BOBBY W. BROWN Lockhart P+ 614' .r -,. 'n'.1'i,"'.'f f "fa" 4 Q 5 4 4- ' f 'J , . 9 . -I L 1 0 U ' n. ' . fs. -Ci . 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ELSIE DAVID COLE COOPER CQPELAND Fresnos Robstown Pettus 1 lil A WP i f" I i ' ,X gp ' it I I I l l- 74 l A I V - Lxy. via, f 1 W . pr' 1, I X 1..u - ,1 's I 1 v I f 1 1, Xu - I 3 I Eli EFREN DE LEON DIAZ, Robstown TROY LEE DILLARD, San Antonio JOHN DONNELL Jr., Corpus Christi KAY DOTY, McAllen 'Q Q ., 71 q-.s Q-- l .. ew.. J x J U. is ,lf a IVUH ' bf' .5 " T A ' ' Seguin, is . N J -I .F 9 'nb ' ICQ 735 4- r ' I D 'Q K J b - ' Q' 'f , I I f f rv ' '-Q-A'-X. L1 A 1 . .-5Pi.'-Tiivh-'G'-X' ' NINA SHIRLEY PEGGIE MARILOU CLARK CLARK CLEM CLINE Robstown Alice Kingsville Corpus Christi 'fif CAROLYN COUCH Corpus Christi . Y -. I1 Q., any 111 Fr? FQ" S r iv ,- ..-..-,,-- ,V -,-,Z I 5 L., , 4 ie, , . fl ll Q i J. l 0 .i 5,4 'img -'B WAN DA KAY LEE COWART CRAMER CRAWFORD San Benito Harlingen Corpus Christi ORA DEL CRAXVFORD, Colby, Kansas JOHN CUMMINGS, Rye, N.Y. JACKSON CUNDIFF, Aransas Pass JOE RAY CUSTER, Pt. Lavaca JOHN S. CUSTER, Bruni DANIEL DAGUE, Harlingen BARTON W. DAILEY, San Antonio LEA DANLEY, Harlingen A KATHLEEN DAVENPORT, Converse DAVID DAVIDSON, Houston LARRY DAVIDSON, Houston JON DAVIS, Houston it i JSE .4 kr il ,. 1 ,hQ,:,:. 'Am .5 . VI., W I t rgap, ara. 353352 A I J W? I l 1 4' 5 P f f CHARLIE ROBERT WAYNII WILL MATT!-IIS HENRY C RONNIE LARRY DRULY DUNCAN DUNN EHERT EDWARDS ERLER Angleton Woodsboro Lulmg Seguin Inglesxde Whxtsett ALTON JAMIE MORGAN KENT HERBERT UDY JOHN RONNIE EZELL FALVELLA FENLEY FILE FLOWER FOOTE FOX Lyford Kenedy Brownsvdle Sahsbury N C Kxngsvxlle Fmdlay Oh1o Hulnngen JOE FRERKING, Seguin DOROTHY GABBERT, Freer ROBERT E. GARCIA, Zapata TERRY GARRETT, Kingsville ORVALL L. GARRETT, Pettus DAVID M. GARVIE, Bellaire JUAN GARZA, Harlingen DAVID L. GIBSON, Sagerton RICHMOND W. GIDDEN, Kmgsvllle EDWIN H. GIESE DIR., Ganado RONALD GOLDMAN, jourdanton RENE GOMEZ, Raymondville I I I I 13 I - ' rl , M, ' F , fr- b 1 3 UQQIE I i I i , Ui- i' CARQL WANDA CAROL BERNARD JOHN GOUCHER GRADICK GRAHAM GRAHAM San Antonio Kingsville Bay City Freer WALLIS Mathis - , bfi' 4? Ni-'4 .rf-T A, ' ' i if . 'J I CII -if gf C GERALD F. JOE ROBERT GRIFFIN GUTIERREZ La Coste Saspamco in 'Q - r I A I ' I V -gg h, I bw' TOMMY ALLEN HALEY Seguin I I 67 f 2' li J ? I I. V I I ,I' " r i Q l - I- I 4' ,, .X I ' iii i If I JIMMIE STANLY DOUGLAS GRANT GRANTI-IAM GRAY Coy City Benavides Harlingen f In-41 II ' A 'Z I ., I gb .SEQ l,:-4 I . L L,- C- -"EI ' I I I . , I I I A J A Q K N I ,I 'I , 1 f f l: ff, gg I .,:,. A, - 'N' I I F. 5 ' iii' I M i ' ,, , ,II I , f I : I "5 ' U. I J.: 2 V J ,I V Lg 1 JOHN RENDAL E. EARL HALL HAMBY HAMILTON San Antonio Big Spring Garland MARY LOUISE HARBORTH, Yoakum E. EUGENE HARBOUR, Harlingen PRESTON HARRELL, Pettus VERNON F. HARRIS, San Benito SHERRY C. HARTSELL, Edna ELAINE HARVEY, Oilton VIRGINIA HAWKINS, Kingsville JENELL HAYDEN, Jourdanton LESLIE HAYES, Kingsville EVA C. HENDERSON, Corpus Christi DOROTHY HERRINGTON, Kirnsville MARY FRANCES HESSONG, Banquete I i r wr , 1 1 3 a ' L- 9 1 3 4 1 3 0 ' o ' 0 2 ' ' p ' ' I f N' EI . I is I 1 I g h 5 I CECIL HESTER JR., Woodsbofo .YM 66.5, I Q ,I I 6, , J DONNELL I-IEXWETT, Er. Worth YI , , ,I I I I z ' JI P I I ROBERT LEON HILL, Winters Q Q31 ' I I .Qcxr p if JOE MACK HILLIARD, Freer If-: I , Z H J A , ,zi , 32 .5 5 TW 5 iff 3, 5 E Q JN 4 My 75 in ig' A . , .. . . : i 'Q . 'L sf, I W 0 ig ,, : I FRED ALICIA FAYE HORNSBY HUMPHREYS Falfurrias Kingsville mi Fl- -'vis' 'Qfeeigr Y K I A I if S JF . i i n 1 8 swf I , if CHARLES HUNNICUTT Sinton CAROLYN KEITH NANCY CAROLYN JOHNSON JOHNSON JOHNSON Laredo San Benito Palacios JOHN ROBERT KAMPFHENKEL, Robstown DON KAPPELMAN, Floresvil le KAY K. KANIPE, Corpus Christi KAROLE KEMPE, Alice NANCY JO KENNEDY, San Antonio RICHARD KIEFFER, Edinburg MARY ANN KIES, Alamo MILTON KING, Aransas Pass PATTY KING, San Antonio DENNIS KLUMPP, Falfurrias JACK E. KNIGHT, Uvalde RICHARD L. KOLTERMAN R I Q. gl B . C'l'l i 'iii QA , .IF -A 4 . ,--H " J ,I i w ' . - , I -. it , I ii L! if fig. I Q T 1. 5 ig lg 'f I. R321 , Lyford 1 4 "hi , 4,95 - M... i 'V I" Ji H " f'T-:arm . ff-H Q A 'Ni Il me 1 if 1' V, 1 , T.. J ' , 'Y rg i 1 I. ALBERT B.D.F. BRENT HUNTER HUNTER HUNTSINGER Kingsville Kingsville Mathis r L E K 1 GERALD L JAMES Kingsville -gag 'su- VIRGINIA BONNIE CASEY HENRI D. JOHNSON JONAS JONES KAHN Pharr San Antonio Corpus Christi Laredo ur:-fi, VM, up-f ill ,L X. S1 EUGENE KAUDELKA, Ganado K 9 Q S CHARLES W. KROMER, San Antonio DANIEL W. KUS, Detroit, Mich. ROSS LANCE, Mission DK li if J' . ef -l ga i I 5 .f 9' , X 'I l C f HARLES RAY ROBERT B. DANIEL LEE LEECH LEFNER Frecr Los Frcsnos Lyford . ' RUDY WERNER LOSOYA LOUWEIN Kas. Raymonclvillc Bishop I I fi " . ., 'iff' 'IIE 1 .- , . '3., " ANN LEWIS Floresville 1' GARLAND LOWRANCE Cotulla J I ' - 'ffg I . ---y ll . i I ' I K alia . Wag C C ' 1 L U. N. l Si EDGAR A. MYERS, Donna DON MCASKILL, San Antonio BETTY J. MCCAULEY, De Quincy, LARETTA MCCOY, Robstown Q 1 Q 1 s ,I , ,,,, ,. , . .sql , ,. .qgfif-LI x Lfzln-L . z '- ij. ' QTY . .H ,...- Q. M V -ng, , 'F In LINDA EDWARD JOHN LINDEMAN LINDLEY LILLETON Alice Corpus Christi Harlingen I s l . H 7:25 1 I, 'Nh ALTON A, PATRICIA M. MICHELLE LYNCH JR- MacMAHON MALMBERG Cgfpug Christi Alice Kingsville BETTY C. MARTIN, Tilden ROBERT G. MASON, Corpus Christi PHYLLIS KAY, Campbellton KATHRYN MEADOW, Kingsville ROSA LEE MEDLIN, Freer MARY KAYE MEEK, Kingsville BASIL E. MILLER JR., Brownsville LEOTA MILLER, Raymondville LARRY MOULDER, Harlingen CHRISTINA MONTALBO, Santa Elena MARGARET MORROW, Raymonclville CARMEN MUNOZ, Los Saenz -nr I , A 1 , . 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A F412 X ' 4 I , '-'-L qw. ,M ,xv rs- AW' in--v? x"" I .xp X, ,. ,M I' c , 2:1 fs as 'fi Qi .- - , Ab' R ' ', Q . I 1 Y ,s 'I 44, ROBERT MCKINNEY Kingsville l ELMER DENZIL MCLEOD MCMURREY COKPLIS Christi Pleasanton Os 'Sk :3g',X-,. 5 CHARLES BILLY RAY BILLY NORWOOD NOVAK O'BARR Carrizo Springs Runge Sinton X iffy A-fix N 14:16 i LIZ PHILLIPS, Corpus Christi SHERI LYNN POIGNEE, Edcouch CORBETT POOL, Sinton FORREST POWERS, Sinton I 0 X XX. 76 O . ,,,,,, rm PQ af' E 3' PRATER Delmita ARLIS J. PREISS Golind DON W. PRINCE Chapnmn Ranch Alice TN, S3 as KL r" I 41' I N 'if r .5 1 1 . ' - I, f :, 'vw Eli is J I5 fa g i " KI il. DELAINE MICHAEL DANNY CLARENCE PUNDT PUTNAM QUALLS WAYNE RACH Orange Croxe Alice Pleasanton FIC-?Cf 'ff' 1 nf I N . MAURICE KENNETH DOROTHY NORMA FAYE JERRY SANDRA RATHBURN RAWALT READ REED REICHEL REID Premont RObSt0WH Port Aransas Kingsville Houston 103165156 J M RAYMOND L. RENTZ, Encino K 3' NOELIA G. RIOS, Kingsville ' ' ELSIE ROBBINS, Jourdanton 51.51, SAMMY ROCHA, Harlingen J A I .-ii, 1- wk J. .I Q J wi D- cARLos ROMERO, Bishop " F .' JESUS M. ROSALES, Kingsville ' IW' X at-r RAUL ROSALES, Brownsville 'it' rl JIMMIE LEE Rosie, Driscoll LYNDON ROTH, Corpus Christi EILEEN RUPP, Falfurrias DIXIE RUSHING, Harlingen HARRY RYCHESTSKY, Robstown , O 0, -. O 4 0 ' Q. 0' - - , - 4 a'o4' ." "...' -' ' - 'a m W iv mlllrll l JEROME RYCHESTSKY, Robstown , .A ' RITA RYAN, Kingsville ,QVJ . Ah girli- WALTER SAGER,Waco V I if 1,1 ff BETTY RUTH SCHLOMACH, Bishop J . ' .3 A , Y HZ" fini? W 1, 77 4 el fl fu BARBARA ANN SCHLOSSER Kingsville MYRA SELF Harlingen 5. Q 4 - I 8 9' 'N 51' el r YM PATRICIA ANN NORBERT RAY RONALD L. SCHMITT SCHNEIDER SCHORLEMMER Carrizo Springs Floresville Alice "4"x ALFRED SHAFER Bishop JESSE A. SHAW Bay City JOHN L. SOILEAU, Mission MARGARET S. SPEER, Carrizo Springs CLIFTON L. STACY, Big Foot ROY H. STANFIELD, Karnes City CHARLES STANSELL, San Diego JAMES STEELE, Kingsville BETTIE STOCK, Devine CHARLENE STUART, Von Ormy Q if ii Y FRANCES SWALLA, Alice ' JOHN SUREDDIN JR., san Antonio ' FRED A. SWITZER, Karnes City ALLEN 1. TARBUTTON,McA11en X . 6-' ARVID G SIEVERS Yorktown R ' 55- 1 Q I 'x -r-nr R. F. SCHROEDER Bnnquete Q' . .F V N5 JACK SH ERWIN SCOGGIN SCOTT Rnymonciville Taft HAROLD W. PAUL J. WALTER XY SMITH SMITH SMITH JR Bruni Seguin Donna .. ' , ji ' ,J -P-F' fn -h A '4 I.. X, L. ia' ff H' . M . ' VF 2 A 1 'i li IJ' f r it I '-'L' J I -'-gf. J ' S E- -- f-Tv1ffff.1ni:1.?f 1 .tbvl ....... f fm-7 f ' 1 J , 'TQ' in - x 1 Q Q Q NORMA THOMAS, Freer LOU ANN THOMPSON,r1ar1 MARY WAUL THOMPSON LEROY TIBILETTI, Victoria KAY TILLEY, Devine rr ' ' ff. I ' -. lb SF- 1. fi 3225! 5,5 l l 'Z fQ ' :f-mf KAYE JERRY JAMES ALICE TOWNSEND TROUSDALE TURNER TUTTLE Alice Harlingen F reef Poteet ix min 'Y I UU? -:, Q uns' J ,N , N ,.,... I, J ,W Xi: 'A U . 5- . A -I ' i l fl5"gff'l A ii gif' . 'I DAVID NATALIA E. A, JANE ANN VELAU ' VENECIA VERA WADDELL Freer Encino Mission San Benito 1, , K' i DM 'T dir li 'gil 'lf' E 4 i -f 29 U-A 2 X Yi 5 1 L isfhlil .Q l - A I Qty Hr ,iii A A 5'-A , I J, J J RNOLD c. WITTEM Kingsville l LORIA WITTE, Kingsville l EARRY WORD, Bandera RL L. YAWS, Yoakum AVID ZABEL, Woodsboro l .Q QQ JANICE GARY KENNETH TYLER UNDERWOOD VARNADO Pleasanton Kingsville Sinton ,I I 2 If fi ' ff L ,V I 1, A r N . f, My K I 7 4 X 3 V ROBERT J. NANCY JUDY WALLACE WALTERS WALTON Pt. Lavaca Kingsviue Sinton GRAHAM WARD, Luling RODNEY WARD, Ereer ROSS K. WEBER JR., Harlingen JIMMY WEISMAN, Kingsville CLAUDE A. WHEELER, San Antonio DEWEY E. WHITE, Taft RICHARD WHITE, Alice SHARON WHITE, Aransas Pass JOHN WHITT, Alice LOIS WIGAND, Santa Rosa GEORGE WILLIAMS, Alice DONNA WILSON, Kingsville , l Q Q s IL 4 -l... A W Mu 7? - l 4 " If Q ' -if ig M ,S figs E 1 xx Hs S-fi w 1 u X. .. 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I '.-, -rf-Y' . 'J ki' A A awry' 1' in JOE BLEVINS-Joe is quiet but always busy. A hard wor he is president of the Aggie Club and vice president of R.O.T.C. Officers Club. Who's Who STANLEY COLE-Stanley is always ready with a listening ear and an encouraging word. A senior Agriculture major, he is a member of Alpha Tau Alpha and president of the Bap- tist Student Union. iii" .I W ANN COPELAND-As female representative-at-large to Student Council, Ann has displayed a conscientious willin ness to help in all phases of student activity. She has rep sented the B.A. club two years as Lantana Lady. V -Qff' Wq, I X-fx .l 'EW . W I 0 0 egg, .-5,-ge: -5 , ,l.'4z,',i"f ' IL- Qiihfiizc --- I . 4 wax J' H W , ,X 5 1 - I, "1 -ep. 4 af b if , A -.QS ' mul" '- i I Y W 1 N . , if 'l --ax Y i V . -'lr' ' WI ,. 77 -We M -' win F' X !'3'f:!""I llllllpf-li: -- 4 Q W il c 1 WIS DILLON-Lewis has shown an interest in campus tivities since he entered A851 three years a o A ' ' g . mainstay in e Aggie Club and FFA, this year he turned his energy to- ard the Stud nt C ' ' e ouncil as male representative-at-large. JEAN CLAIRE GARNER-A ' ' lunior speech major, jean Claire is reliable and versatile. She has been a member of the Student Council, A Cappella Choir and Footlights Club since her freshman year at A8zI. Who's Who NEAL-Charles has a ready smile for everyone. JAMES BUTLER-An outstanding government major, james vice-president of the Student Council, he handled the heads the Student Council Advisory Board and ROTC Head- l elections and parliamentary details with finesse. quarters Corn . ' ' pany Hes always reliable and trustworthy. XSS KATE CLARKSON-Kate has a special knack for mixing studies with extra-curricular activities. She manages to keep a high scholastic record along with her duties as president of the Association of Women Students. A3- 441 d t iegefve Q . A etS0U ve Stuien A Aetfffinme Hg 35 on ?c:anS Club ETH LOVf7lgE'xxgtec0gnli:g of the Ve 71196 mem as C 6, a Xienfxelb in ' I BOM dv1S0 Y . Tau- Coidnvgliiisitlent ol Slgma gn ref? 'Ei 3 Robegt has . Y, li EBELXAU engiyfejierciffxcfildlce is Ptesiden ROBERT Eigiay oi ggtiniilgigma Tau. an e2L5Y'g A Secfff Y MW of the A DUDLEY CAMPBE LL-Dudley's ability and resou ness inspired his classmates to elect him president junior class. No matter what the job, Dudley's around to work. 11035 Who ffiend , PaWnCZ,lii2 for hi"nac3rS ,fluief Person 1' ls Pfeiiidcnt An ,1 has W of Alpha ,llgrxculture m Qn many as Alpha alof from -.-A' -.! ithough his position as editor of The hs time Bill ai- BXLL WiLK1NSfA South Texan commands the maiority ot i , ways has a moment to iisten to the troubies of the other SUY- PAT CARTERfA gifted pianist, Pat represents Abd at many musicai functions. She combines the serious- ness with which she works and her sense of humor ,Ah i into ci spnrkiing, personniity that is an asset to A8-21. ,J-vfi -4' 'V , Wm ss.,,,U IM do . , Hn? W1th.a minimfiiaght and to th Of ra eP0in - Ik and m fi Jim gets thi flgs C 15 Pr Lantana iigiinioof tilpha Tau A a an nmlttee, 1Pha and of effort Imam of th . e .ff i 1 if x t a if-"' ' -, "ie 2252: S l 4 1 iw. 1,4 - -rip rl, NANCY RABKE-A conscientious student and member of Alpha Chi, Nancy finds time to work with many other organizations on the campus. She is president of both the Home Economics Club and Westminster Fellowship. JAMES MULKEY-A second-year Who's Who, James stepped into a position calling for a lot of know-how and patience this year. As president of the Student Council, he continued his record of efficient Work. 5 1 , fi gl? . , ' r i , W A QJ .uit l . .i .3 . "If 'i .. ' -A W os W o yy? ' ', ,, f An "4 1 fi: S fi JODIE BASSETT-Jodie has one of the highest scholastic records in the agriculture div- ision. He is also president of the FFA and vice-president of Alpha Tau Alpha. 9? 5-'life by 6 E 3 lfifm g' ragga 'eu CAROL ANN KUESTER- as a member of the Student Union Governing Board, Carol Ann spent many hours seeing to the efficient opera- tion of the SUB She wa l . s a so the ROTC Honorary Cadet Colonel last year. ' ' .fhlfe , .5721-txi' 5 'E JOHN ORMAND-john has lon b ' ' g een known for his drive on the football field, but his drive doesn't end there as he proves as president of the "T" Association. He is also a member of Alpha Chi. MARGARET DICKENS- Quiet and reserved, 'C1ssy" can be depended upon to see a difficult task to completion. She has served on the AWS executive council for two years. wi f BERTHA CENTER Bertha seem t - s o have an endless supply of energy. She has been head cheerleader for two years. She was also this year's Homecoming Queen. When there is a 'ob ' 1 to be done, Bert can be relied upon. 87 A-Sill .ru- :ir '-rl! 7 .1 J H. LANTAMA QUEEN SPCNSORED BY AGGIE CLUB .v 'CN ' 'N ek Q4 Ngdp 'S 'H . l P 9' I 5 A 'wil Q X 'aw' if ' Lgi. rx. t 1 4, .4 I K , SQ' -, qv.'4 5' 5 i - I LAN-I-ANA LADY Aff fyfdwf SPONSORED BY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB rl: 1- I 'ff' X vw fx .Fl -. , xx A Ps 6 vi' 5 J fl" "4" Q q.f5. Q ff :"'f Ti? 12'?-113 E I 2 V if I M A 9 X 1, W ,-1 1- r L 1 'ffm Q . 1 45 ru S ,A xl. V-F Lv, , L-, . --2 I 4' -fw il ', X H E , .-.- I, 1 VN' A 4 7 LAM-1-WA LADY aww gm SPONSORED BY FRESHMAN CLASS flu A fp, ? ,Q mf f .W - L 4' . 0' Ti , r--3 .Xb. 4 I 5 Til " Y' S tv' W 1 U LAMTANA LADY MM SPONSORED BY ENGINEERS CLUB F' N? 'UK ..-"SV" 95" Q yi 5- Q ii , HY 1 0 '. . 'w wil' 91' sf., L ,sw Y C 5. 50 4 l 'f -1-if il I YS .Alb Y. LAIXITAMA LADY ffiagfzww SPONSORED BY KAPPA SIGMA NU Q 'mm -ff-'fx .-.. , V A,--1 -:.5-- T'-TJ. .: ' 'l '--.w - i 'X' - X 1-Q.. . S il i 5 N F. in p W qi -"F y w i + + + ,V: ,? ' l V V ' Fm L I -1-"' --'5 QF' w - ' j iff Ft' , , 1 fix if M.: ,.j d ? If I F I , sv 2' 'U' rf F V 'E l "J nl 1 Q, V A 5-'Q 7 Na d I , v 5 mms' Y r" -- 'fm P LAIXITANA LADY SPONSORED BY "T" ASSOCIATION w gi 'R S 3 M 'H F 'v 5 L 1 '11 A . J "ff Z. ,Vw L . .M 9 n. . K' v P Q Na . l in I D I , ' ' ,I D WI 5. '. 'Q ,Q Vi' "tj a- Y 3. LANTANA LADY zwwf SPGNSORED BY VETERANS ASSOCIATION 5 Urwltei 11SOm'i S6515 05 u E ,aw . ' A XE , ' . ' ,kim .nu sl.-,':..f:g .- FL ' ,ff ' 'lil J .3 ,. ,, A H nes chairman of the Lantana Invitation Committee, and Ann nn ay , Copeland, one of the Lantana Ladies, mail out the official invitation to the high school Duchesses. This year's invitations featured the crest of the Lantana Court. Y CQ 1 2 X if .4 wifi ' ,J '1 2: , v in g .Vi .' , .r-yy parties sponsored by groups supporting Lantana Ladies produced original and publicity. l-we-ll' ,. ,R x Bobbie White and jan Ferguson show the royal train given to the Lantana Committee by Mary Cook Pearl, 1955 Lantana Queen. tl. A You Ami lqsirm by A 5 a D l l 1 D 5' CGPIL ,L 331 Lydia Zacharia busies herself with her work on the gowns for the Lantana Court. ' 2-jf: ' wifi XE' A, . ,I 25954:-5 :Q FLOATS-Mike Robbins, jim Warren, Elaine Lauderbeck. i ' ' STAGE PRODUCTION-Bill Putty and Louis Weiss work on lighting effects. DANCE-Alan Johnston. -- Z' Q-'hui LANTAN A CORGNATION "A Legend of Gems" was the theme of the twenty-eighth annual Lantana Coronation program. The Queen and her Ladies each represented a precious stone. Like all Lantana pageants, the 1957 edition was bigger and better than any previous one. Notable "firsts" for this year included the introduction of formal printed invitations to the high school and college duchesses, the inauguration of an official coat-of-arms for the Queen, and elaborate exterior decorations on the Student Union Building for the Grand Coronation Ball. PUBLICITY-Bill Kell and Caroline Hanke ,p..-2, 117 .. ' J- I s ,ff A nv" 1' - , L1 1 ' l. ' 1 N' f -c an N' 1' -S.. STAGE PRODUCTION-Jan Ferguson, Bill Putty, Louis Weiss. COMMITTEE DIRECTORS General Chairman .... .,...... D r. James H. McCrocklin Student Chairman .... .................. J ames Mulkey Stage Production . . . ...... Mrs. Josephine Moran, Bill Putty Publicity ........ ........... D r. Boyd Stewart, Bill Kell Parade ........ .. . Lt. Col, Robert Masenga, Randall Odom Floats ........................ ........... P aul Treptow, Jim Warren Housing ......................... ..... M rs. Carrie Lee Bishop, J. E, Turner Entertainment and Arrangement ........................ Al Brieger, Ann Haynes Gowns for Court ................................ Miss Faye Bible, Fred Garcia Ball .................... Dr. Joe Brown, D. C. Baker, Van Mooney, Alan Johnston .lf INVITATIONS-Ann Haynes, chairman. 107 A Q7 :X GOWNS-Fred Garcia, Faye Maiville. PARADE-Randy Odom, chairman. -SK 5' RE' 'Q - s 5 A ' O, I i 4 X ' " v 5 ' ,. x an Da f 4:15 E 1. J -f Q V- K H YM-I-H . 13,111- JE-1 J1 , 'ir WSE ' -fi. ,I - C is 4 'ix x O I I I vi L ' x K Q, 'x v lj,- ' 1 9 s " 'Q 'J 15 "f " 1 H+ y fe ., ., f L I 1-:mi L . g ,H Q4 GL 0 N P. W A M ' I. . 5 1 'if - ..1. . ',-js ' fi xr A 5' 4 fm., A . ww' fi IS" ' W W' ' or J- . 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'wx 'x -. - eww.: .hx .M 1-Qff ez M f f- ff-44 1-aw 1f1lfL..'e 'a mf!" -. ??'.",+-:gi-9TQ,'w.:x:ilEe:Qiv":.11-. General Griffing troops the line at the fall semester review. COMPANY Cadet Captain. . . . .JAMES BIXLER 1 1 3 z r "N Q '-Q- -- N .-,-.. p..-.,-.- :Q f . ...V- ..,.. "-Pa 5 H VL-V 'Q filer 5 'x 'ia 3 COM AN Cadet Captain C. M. HOPKINS ROTC Cadets at an afternoon weapons cleaning at the Armory K N .AE "Yi-ff' r CS' :et . ff , 'HN ' W fw: ,X H , , , s w FV' -1 4. V, 151: 'I-41 - ... Ci ,,,, , . E, ' 51 1 ' , -,.,-......... 5 Q 1 1 :X i : W . N55 Vs V. ' i , 5 " I u n 1 A .. "A W' , ' 1 l 1 it 3 Y, , , 1' -..-. . . , . , X r ' . gp . X Z' T I I J 3 The Honorary Cadet Colonel for 1957: Bettye Ramey, with Cadet Colonel Ray Houts. , A 1:1 Q A 1 4 1 f r i Ni4.f"j7 r I l ,- a Y fr, Honorary Cadet Captarin, Headquarters Company, Elaine McCullough and escort james Butler. MILITARY BALL The Military Ball was a huge success this year. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the honorary cadet colonel and cadet captains. Colonel Masenga and Captain Rice during a pause at the ball. 116 'Q Cadets and their dates danced to the music of Beto Villa - U ' 2 1 , , lx ,. . ' '. , '- Y ! 1 - i ' ri l""u J -v. "I if -, ' e ffflf ' l ' 1 . l i f i ft ' t C . 5 ' : 1 i lzuzuz 'll l n f il iiiiii Ni is V N C l Q l - in . l i .1 "5 2 l I s 4 i Q , iee ac e- f - l 'C .. , e 1 A l tn st it e i 1 5 V :siir I typ tr 1- as I , V 'rf' i 4 fA so i' if vi A V I i il A I. R . .-- J E. v . v W 75 - 'Q iff? l .. -1 . 1 , , A N . b V . V, , , , ,. Honorary Cadet Captain, Company A, Ann Cope- land and her escort, james Agleton. Honorary Cadet Captain, Band Company, jan Fer- guson and her escort, Lynn Jordon. HONORARY CADET CAPTAIN S Honorary Cadet Captain, Company fi C? 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'- -3.-A V ' TR..--J' V - -zz' 'xr- ,f-.twriifr-L. V' 4'-1 . RIMM' my 'I T f.g1J-:HL x Ll I-W 5" A l41rf:d.1Lg. 'ln ,fjlvr .4031-W--14 -immgg-54 4 'lu ' 'I 'I' V U fp: f - , --- 4 .Aw 'ly' n n V '44 ,. C, Q ,. , mssziii X --ff H W .-, mix . .E QE : 5? L11 - . iii H '12 --- -aqg F? V --Qu K., MW Z f.'WWf,' Ei , pf-e . 1 1 V: i ' K 41 5'-F , -..,, 1 ' 5:if'M ALIF yu'--Tv -. ig t , H. . h5.y , 3 Ig' v . M A , X I ,, 1 ' '- '------ -LLUQ M., HL., , ' - ' 3 xg. M E YT! ggg XYXXL , 1 ia "":lf-I m 'favvig 4 I I Y ...-r. F.4-U f' ms' y J fi -gm: .,.4, NW FIRST ROW: James Mulkey, Jean Claire Garner, Arm Copeland, Barbara Hartzog, Judy Kimble. SECOND ROW: ' B n Charles Neal, James H. McCrocklin, W. H. Leckie. Shorty Dillon, Charles rya , STUDE T COUNC The Student Council is the core of student government at ASCI. Headed this yearlbyl James Mulkey, the orgamzation ' dl strlves, as always, to han e problems arising among students and to keep the governmental machine Well oiled. 0 OFFICERS Prerident JAMES MULKEY Vire-Preridefzl CHARLES NEAL Secrefa VJ'-T1'Ez1J'ZH'61' JEAN CLAIRE GARNER Re ,fJre.ref1lalizfe-at-Large ANN COPELAND Re prefefztaiirze-al-Lar ge LEWIS DILLON Reporler BERNARD HENRY Spozzrorf W. H. LECKIE JAMES H. MCCROCKLI N OFFICERS Claairnzafz JAMES BUTLER Vice C bairmmz ALAN JOHNSTON Sen'eMry-Trearlzrer KATE CLARKSON ReJE01'ler OM LaNOUE Parliaflzefzfarian CHARLES RACHUI Spozzror GEORGE VAUGHAN FIRST ROW: George Vaughan, James Butler, Alan Johnston, Kate Clarkson, Tommy LaNoue, Charles Rachui. SECOND ROW: Nancy Rabke, Billie Gatliff, Ibby Murphy, Geneva Adams, Pat Hobbs, Joe Anne Poenisch, Jackie Stewart, Jackie Dunlop. THIRD ROW: Paul Traeger, Nolan Kunkel, Jodie Bassett, Joe Blevins, Bill Putty, Bruce Witter, Clyde Machen, Dudley Campbell. FOURTH ROW: Louis Korenek, Roland Gordon, Joe Correa, Larry Biddison, Troy Dillard, Richard Henderson, Ellis Wind. ADVISORY BO RD Any organization on the campus is entitled to a representative on the Student Council Advisory Board. The board acts as a screen- ing body for the Student Council. It discusses problems submitted by organizations and students and sends them on the Student Council. 121 1 + ef' , J ' i A ici FIRST ROW: A1 Brieger, Carol Ann Kuester, Ann Haynes, Bobbie White, Jr., E. H. Poteet. SECOND ROW: U G Bob Shults N L McNeil Mrs Carr1eL Bisho Ed Compete, H. Y. Gayle. STUDE IO GOVERNING BO RD OFFICERS C baifmafz H. Y. GAYLE Vine- C baifnzan ED COMPERE Reporter BOBBIE WHITE Secretary ANN HAYNES Director AL BRIEGER ,... 12 Y? Manon Ray smiles from the cashier's desk in the Tejas Room. The duty of the Student Union Governing Board is to provide recreational activities of both cultural and social interest for the students of ASLI. It is a joint student-faculty committee which operates under a student-adopted constitution. The board is composed of six students and five faculty members. A good old-fashioned bull session is in progress in front of Cousins Hall. fa , si. l 1 - ng ,N i , .... . -5 ..-.-" Q, ', ,,.?,e.u.! Nancy Bass entertains Lorraine Olson, Norma Thomas, Kaki Martin, and Dorothy Gabbert in her room at Lewis Hall. is for A group of Lewis Hall girls passing the time by playing bridge in modern lounge. lunch time and girls from both dorms enjoy it in the new ng hall. laughing freshmen are the first to go through the new dining erving line. ks i'1.'In?Iai. A 1 ul I, ,-iv X L Iigg, I, ev 'S FIRST ROW: C H J F Sh, 1 Ame Faye Maiville, Marjorie a away, an erguson, ir ey Bryan, Manon Ray. OFFICERS SECOND ROW: l N I I Delia Pena, Mary Kay Roach, Lou Ann Parsons, Virginia David- p,-widen, son, Ann Haynes, Lou Ann Odom, Vivian Barth,.E1leen Rupp, PAYE MAIVILLE Pat Carter. Vice-Presidenl MARGIE CALLAWAY Serretnry JAN FERGUSON EC IKH RDI SHIRLEY BRYAN Parliamenlarian , , LOU ANN PARSONS HA I I The Eckhardt Hall House Council is an organization formed by residents Reporter to help encourage harmonious MANON RAY D R living 1n the dormitory. Repmfemmwf l N I LOU ANN ODOM DELIA PENA VIRGINIA DAVIDSON VIVIAN BARTH Q I I 1 PAT CARTER I Io ANN PATILLO MARY KAY ROACH EILEEN RUPP Advirer MRS. ORA PARKER 124 -A ii- gk h iw-we J Q ,,.. .,--cg! -.f xx. . .... OFFICERS Prexident GENEVA ADAMS Vire-President SANDRA MOSS Serretary PAT HOBBS Trea.rm'er KATY GRIMM Paf'liaf11ef1raf'imz CAROLINE HANKE Reporler A BETSEY LANGFORD Spark Dirertor PAT BUHLER i -S f ff' 5-.,a4fQ7'lj4 ,- v, FIRST ROW: Sandra Moss, Katy Grimm, Geneva Adams, Pat Hobbs, Betsey Langford. SECOND ROW: Lillie Mae Niemann, jo Anne Poenisch, Pat Buhler, Caroline Hanke, Susan McBean, Margaret Dickens, Mary Ann Kies, Kay Treptow. r LEWIS HALL DORM COUNCIL Dormitory officers and representatives from the various wings make up the council. Their purpose is to foster good will and harmonious living among the dormitory residents. 125 Su I I A 1 Q MAY HALL The purpose of the May Hall Dorm council is to help foster harmonious living CO I I I and worth While activities among students living in the dormitory. 126 Q-:Lf Richard Henderson, jimmy Murphey, Arlie Pittman, John B. Nee OFFICERS Prexident RICHARD HENDERSON Vice-Prexident JAMES MURPHEY Secretary LAWRENCE EMERSON Memberx ARLIE PITTMAN JOHN NEE NEWTON LERICH BUDDY MENKING JERRY HUIE Advirer MRS. NANNIE HOUSTON SEALE HALL 3 'Ja' ad? "Y . I l sl, V 'I .lp . L, ifxxi L L is -'fix' I N' ' OFFICERS Prefiden! RICKY NELSON S erremf y-T1'enJ1n'er GILBERT TAYLOR Reprefefztatiuef PAUL TRAEGER ED TRAPP ! Ed Trapp Gilbert Taylor Ricky Nelson Paul Traeger The Dorm Council was organize to aid residents of Seale Hall in all Ways possible, especially by planning various social functions throughout the year. 127 d BILL WILKINS .,.................... Editor BOB MCANEAR, MARSHA MORGAN, and NATHAN BERRY .......................... .. ........ Reporters THE SOUTI STAFF Edilor BILL WILKINS Affociate Editor BETSEY LANGFORD New! Editor RICK MULINIX Sporlf Editor BER HENRY Bzuineff Mmmger J. T. LEE Circzllatiozz Mmmger T. GILBERT BURRELL Photographer FLOYD HOLBERT Colzzmrzifl JOHN CHESSHIR Reporlerf CHARLES DUNHAM KAY ASHWORTH MARSHA MORGAN KAY TILLEY GLENDA BROWN BILL KELL ANDREA NELSON BOB MCANEAR CAROLINE HANKE ROBBY BECKMAN NATHAN BERRY JAMES MAY Adzfifer DELMER ASHWORTH KAY ASHWORTH, CHARLIE DUNHAM, BILL KELL FEXAN STAFF This weekly college newspaper covers all I campus and college news of interest to the students and faculty. Most of the Work is done by journalism majors. Volunteers from the student body also contribute news, fea- tures, and letters to the editor. l l"" Y ei, if-1, Q-K R -r , T. LEE .... Business Manager KAY TILLEY .... Reporter Q.. 1 wer BETSEY LANGFORD .... Associate Editor CAROLINE HANKE AND BER HENRY Reporter and Sports Editor 2 EL RANCH Edilor TOMMY LaNOUE Anociate Editor CAROLINE HANKE Sport: Editor FRANK MCALLISTER Seftion Edilorf GARY UNDERWOOD MARSHA MORGAN EDDIE STEXVARD Photographer FLOYD HOLBERT This yearbook preserves in picture and ty memories of activities at Texas A861 It """- the staff s wish that you find the 1957 Rancho a pleasant reminder of a happy a eventful year. TAFE The staff of the 1957 El R this opportunity to thank all the people not listed as staff members ancho would like to take for the help they have given in making this book possible. I . PLO YD H OLBERT .... Photographer H-I' T' ii. Q-1 itflifg-f.""':i..., "lf I' "1', VE! 'Q' E' YH Llfuf , i -'W .:""'. ' . . I '. ". ' H .. F l, :.L- ,Teak-.-g,l ew CAROLINE HANKE .... Associate Editor xx Tommy, Caroline, and Gary look over some ideas for the cover. FIRST ROW: Robert C. Masenga, Carlos Truan, joe Correa, Blanche Wendland, David Allex, Albert McGui1l, Carmela Cabra, Theresie Krnaiek. SECOND ROW: Arnoldo Garza, johnny Rocha, Linda Garcia, Natalia Venecia, Aurora Cadena, Jenell Hayden, Billie Hill, Estella Leal, Kuno Trostmann, jesus M. Trevino, Tom Flannery. THIRD ROW: . Jaime A. Gonzales, Daniel Arriaga, Gilberto Maravillo, Gerald Camber, Fabian Yanta, Bernard Wendel, Lucas Hinojosa, Robert Waer, Homer Guerra. FOURTH ROW: Mario Luna, Guy LeBron, Beto Amaya, Delfino P. Garcia, George Wernette, M. A. Prazak, Bev M. Estes, Paul Matocha, Ysidro Villarreal, Pete Nieschwietz, Otto Bluntzer, Jr., Francis johns. FIFTH ROW: Elia Hinojosa, Angelita Alvarez, Christina Montalvo. MAN CLUB The Newman Club. affiliated Withithe Catholic Welfare Society, Was founded with the purpose of uniting Catholic students on the campus and bringing them to a better understanding of their faith. Z Prerident CARLOS TRUAN Vice-Preriderzt JOE CORREA Secreiary BLANCHE WENDLAND Trearzzrer ALBERT MCGUILL Reporter CARMELA CABRA Alhlelic Manager! ELSIE DUENAS BOBBY TRDLA C arrerpondirz g Secretary THERESIE KRNAVEK Sponror COLONEL ROBERT MASENGA APTIST STUDE T U IO EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Prexident RICHARD 'DIXON Devotional Vice-President JOANLEE SMITH Social Vice-Prexirlezzt PAT HOBBS Efzlirtmefzl Vice-President BILLY O'BARR S erretary ' ELAINE MCCULLOUGI-I Promotional Claairman .IIMMIE STEWART Mirriomzl Direrlor JAMES' SCHULZE Hospitality Chairman BASE MCDERMOTT Atlolelic Director BOB MOULDER M uric Dirertor RALPH MONTGOMERY Publicity Dirertor CHARLES DUNHAM The Baptist Student Union is a distinctive student program promoted by Baptists for A811 Baptist Student Center- students in Colle es and universities It is student led church related and Christ centered The greater council at work. g ' - - , - , - - The objective is to promote spiritual and moral growth of the individual student. Activi- ties are open to all A8:I students. Planning of activities is done by the executive council and its committees. The BSU News, weekly publication. Prayer mates meet in the quietness of the prayer room. Vespers program, Monday through Friday. Bible discussion Friday evenings. 3 X. '55 Q-ev --I fax S FIRST ROW: Duane Powell, Ann Dayton, Annette Gonthier, Lynn Mayo. SECOND ROW: Scott Atkinson, Nancy Walters, Jeanette Gonthier, Martha Kay Philon, Donna Taylor, Basil Miller. THIRD ROW: C. Roberts, Clayton Morgan, jerry Chiles, Joseph Atkinson, Hugh Cavitt, Therreli Powell, Donald Patrick. FOURTH ROW: jerry Ryan, Rusty VanderZee, jim Taylor, Doug North. All Methodist students or students Who are interested in the Work of the Methodist Church are eligible for membership in the Wesley Foundation. Its purposes are to show the value of the Church in education and the meaning and place of the home, to discover the Will of God and promote its OFFICERS program in personal living. Prerident DUANE POWELL Vice-Prexidefzt ANNDAYTON WESLEY Secretary ANNETTE GONTHIER Treamrer LYNN MAYO Director c. J. ROBERTS FOU DATIO OFFICERS President LARRY BIDDISON Vice-Prefident ERNEST FORD Serretar'y-Treaxurer TONY PETTA Sponsor JOE COCHRAN FIRST ROW: Larry Biddison, Mary Kay Roach, Bob McCurdy. SECOND ROW: jimmy Affolter, Sandra Biddison, Nancy Rabke, Eddie Dean. WESTMINSTER YOUTH FELLOWSHIP The Westminster Youth Fellowship is composed of Presbyterian students Whose purpose is to promote Christian ideals on the campus and in the community by Working through the Church and bringing young people together in Christian love and fellowship. v 1, Yu aivfp vp, C7 if' f FIRST ROW: onell Rabke Nanc Rabke Donna Ta lor. J , Y , Y SECOND ROW: Faye Bible, Ibby Murphy, Pat Carter, Lucille Briggs, Barbara Rasco, Carrie Bishop, B. Palmer. The purpose of the Inter-Sorority Council I is to promote a greater unity among the three I I I sororities on our campus. It is com osed of the gresiclent, OFFICERS two representatives Preridenr and one faculty sponsor NANCY RABKE from each group. . . Each year the council V'ggJIGgie'fIfAYLOR co-ordinates rush-Week activities and conducts Sgf,-e1,1ry.T1-g,Um-g,- an inter-sorority presentation JONELL RABKE dance for the pledges. . S pomor CARRIE LEE BISHOP ALPHA PHI OIVLEGA Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed of former members of the Boy Scouts of America. Its primary purpose is to render service to students and to the community, although social functions are included in its activities. FIRST ROW: J. E. Turner, Charles Rachui, Shirley Anne Bryan, Louis Weiss, George Coalson. SECOND ROW: Arthur Hill, Robert Fugitt, Morgan Kent Fenley, Wesley Ellis, Jerry Callison, Robert Lobaugh, Jack Bond, Gilbert Taylor, Max Bennett, Graham K. Ward, Richard Henderson. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Weber, Henry Ebert, Joe Frerking, Marion Walker, Charles Weaver, Frank Riha, Herbert Wells, Robert Wood, Glen Gossett. FOURTH ROW: G Buzzy White, Hugh Cavitt, E. A. Thormaehlen, Tom Luce, Charles Bryan, B111 Putty, Darrell Bach, Jack Chisum, Francis Johns. OFFICERS Prefident CHARLES RACHUI Vice-Preriden! LOUIS WEISS Seroazd Vice-Preridefzt JERRY CALLISON Remrding .S'ea'1'eta1'y GILBERT TAYLOR C 0 rrerp ondifzg Secretary ROBERT LOBAUGH Reporter JAMES BUTLER Pm'lianzenlm'imz JOHN EHLERS H irtorian JACK BOND Spomorr J. E. TURNER DR. GEORGE COALSON DR. J. W. HOWE 3321 ' '1 '. 7 'lllul CD' is - 'fig-5 , FIRST ROW: Mary Kay Roach, Jan Hotchkiss, Donna Taylor, Bettie Limburg, Jackie SECOND ROW: AA Nelda Sawyer, Vivian Barth, Ann Morton, Marilyn Barton, Donnie Givens. THIRD ROW: Jonell Rabke, Ellie Burkhardt, Carol Sparks, Barbara Rasco, Audra Ann Water GAMMA SORORITY The purposes of Beta Gamma Sorority are to emphasize character building, creative living, and social development. The members are active in campus activities. Membership is by invitation extended during rush week. 138 OFFICERS Prefident DONNA TAYLOR Vice-Presidenl MARY KAY ROACI-I Secretary JAN HOTCHKISS Treamrer BETTIE LINBURG Reporter DONNA GIVENS Pm'liamentaria1z AUDRA ANN WATERS Rmb Captain JACKIE STEWART 9 PLEDGES Lorraine Olson 1 F-'G '39 , e-g,i'xii'i Hope Henderson -- We if Kathryn Elias he Beta Gamma Rush Party was held at Chandlefs Cafeteria with the theme being"Disneyland". bfflgi . 159 K7 .1, 4 1 DELTA THETA SORORITY , , J Q- Ji 'Ai 'll fl. , . ' K 'K A ' i Q ,W 1 , L s. r f ,.. FRONT ROW: 'i!i lqzigff ff, -XB If A ZBIQ Billie Gatliff, Manon Ray, Ibby Murphey, jane Cabiness, Sandra Moss. SECOND ROW: N .I Mary jo Scogin, Betty Ann Woelfel, Kay Lynn Gregg, Dee Ann Durham, Ruth Deitz, Mary Miles Daughters, Kate Clarkson, Mary Henderson, Betsey Hill, Lynn Mayo, Nancy Rabke. OFFICERS Pfeyident IBBY MURPHY Vine-Preridenl B. J. PALMER Sefretary JANE CABANISS Treafufer SANDRA MOSS Reporter MANON RAY Parliamemfarian BETTY WOELFUL I nter-S orority Re prerentativer NANCY RABKE B. J. PALMER Correrpandirzg Secretary PATSY VANNOY Sporty MARGIE CALLAWAY Chaplain MARY HENDERSON Song Lender BILLIE GATLIFF Spamorr MRS. LAURYN G. MIZELL MRS. JOHNNIE MAE HAUN 140 4 'gfgf' . f xxgz 1 - 'n The Delta Theta sorority emphasizes friendship, high scholarship, and loyalty to ASLI. Members are accepted by invitation during rush Week. PLEDGES Prefident PATSY SCHMIDT S ecremry NANCY BASS Sozzgleader SHERI POIGNEE Pledge Captain! , . ef--ff EJ FIRST ROW: Nancy Bass, Patsy Schmidt, Sheri Poignee, Ann Lewis. SECOND ROW: Mary Harborth, Lu Anne Thompson, Mary Kay Meek, Georgia Green The Delta Theta rushee party was held February 13 in the Corduroy Room of the Student Union Building. All the rushees were dressed in Calypso KAY LYNN GREGG costumes in keeping DEE ANN DURHAM with the theme. 1 41 5 xg., ,'2iJ'x. FIRST ROW: Kathy Davenport, jane Todd, Pat Carter, Norma Thomas, Phyllis May. SECOND ROW: Faye Bible, Lucile Briggs, Blanche Wendland, Kaki Martin, Patty King, Jo Anne Poenisch, Myradel Kirk, Betsey Ann Langford. LPI-IA SIGM OFFICERS - Parlimrzentarian P'1igff'2ARTER BLANCHE WENDLAND Vice-Prerident Reporter JANE TODD BETTY MARTIN Recording Secretary Higi'fiq2Y KING NORMA THOMAS C orrerp ozzdin g Serretfzry KATHY DAVENPORT Treruurer PHYLLIS MAY Interrorority Representative LUCILE BRIGGS Pledge Captain: BETSEY LANGFORD MYRADEL KIRK 2 Alpha Sigma is the oldest of che three sororities on the A861 campus. It was first organized in 1927. Members are selected by invitation during rush week. The girls are active in campus activities, both social and scholastic. ,,, .l PLEDGES ROW. B ROW: umett, Nina Clark, Rosa Lee Medlin. ucly Walton, .Roma jean McCoy, jan Tyler. The Alpha Sigma rushee party was held Tuesday, February 12, in the conference room of the Student Union Building. The a desert island theme party had OFFICERS Chairman N INA CLARK .S'ef1'eta1'y ROSA LEE MEDLIN Song Lender 'IAN BURNETT Pledge Captain BETSEY LANGFORD at J ffl-45 FIRST ROW: J. H. McCrocklin, Tommy LaNoue, Ronald Dodillet, Jackie Stewart, Joe Gray, Ra r y Monroe, John Adair, J . SECOND ROW: Frank Sack, Jerry Keathley, Ronald Norris, Sonny Ewing, Luther Schulze. THIRD ROW: Billy White, Darrell Vaughter, T. Gilbert Burrell, Don Cate, Pat Chancellor, Richard Lackey, Bill Preston, Richard Allen. FOURTH ROW: Charles Haught, Charles Jones, Carl Glass, Joe Johnson, Ross Curbello, Ronnie Jones, Todd Eason, Mike Putnam. OFFICERS Preridenl TOMMY LaNOUE Vice-Prefident RONALD DODILLET Sefreiary RAY MONROE Treasurer JOE GRAY Pledge Captain DICKEY ALLEN SP07Z.f07'.f J. H. MCCROCKLIN JOHN ADAIR, JR. Sweetheart JACKIE STEWART Kappa Sigma Nu organized in 1936 is the only active social fraternity at A861 Membership in the organization is by invitation only The fraternity takes part in both social and service activities on the campus The Kappa Sigma Nu booth at the Halloween Carnival was a big success. SPONGL A KAPPA SI su e Ill sv 1 X v FTHE A"""t" " HWY" 0 ' LANOUE 144 J I FIRST ROW: , Sigma Tau is a national honorary engineering fraternity which was founded at the Engineering College of the University of Nebraska. The local chapter was accepted in May of 1956. Its members are those junior and senior engineers who rank in the top one-third of their classes. C. V. Mooney, K. R. Lowery, W. A. Warner, Wynetta Ford, Robert Schwebel, R. A. Finch, Therrell Powell. SECOND ROW: D. S. Thomas, D. R. Hander, Donald Parker, Bill Stevens, Bob Buchanan, Rudy Nichols, james Murray. HIRD ROW: ROW Carl Thomas, R. J. Kier, David Kerr, L. E. Lippincott, john Rohmfeld, Fabian Yanta, Dave Cooper, L. I. Wind. I : H C. Lieck, Randall Odom, Ellis Wind, R. D. Forbus, M. A. Prazak. I SIGMA TAU OFFICERS Prerident KENNETH LOWREY Vice-Prerid e nt TOM REED Recording Serreiary ROBERT SCHWEBEL C orrerp andin g Secreiary R. A. FINCH Treaxurer THERRELL POWELL H irtorian WARREN WARNER Sponror C. V. MOONEY ll 1 LPI-I CHI The Robert Bartow Cousins Chapter of Alpha Chi was organized on the A861 campus in 1926. It is a national honorary society, choosing its members from the upper ten per cent of the junior and senior classes. A grade average of B or above is required for membership. P1'e,fident ROGER KIER Vive-President JOHN ORMAND C orre.rp0ndi1z g Secretczry CAROL KUESTER Treaxzzrer ANN MORRIS FIRST ROW: Reporter james Lee, jane Todd, Carol Kuester, Roger Kier, Virginia jackson, Ann Morris, JAMES LEE john Orrnand. SECOND ROW: Spomon J. R. Manning, Lillie Niemann, Faye Maiville, Lou Ann Parsons, Kay Treptow, DR J R MANNING Marilyn Gomillion, Leonor Garcia, Pat Davina, Bettine McMullen. DOR6-I-HY GASTON THIRD ROW: Geneva Adams, Mina Williams, M. W. Kasischke, jerry jordan, M. A. Prazak, Katy Grimm, Patty Lee, 'Betsy Hill. FOURTH ROW: Bob Buchanan Hu h Lieclx R D Forbus, Larry Biddison, Stanley Hawk, K. A. , g ', . . Johanson, Bill Stevens, john Rohmfeld. 555' TJ ALPHA CHI t7 FIRST ROW: Dorothy Gaston, Neal M. McBryde, Eugene E. Ellington, Leatrice Joyce Koch, Laurie B. McDonald, Dudley Campbell, Kate Clarkson, SECOND ROW: Shirley Kinsey, jackie Albrecht, jonell Rabke, Lynn Mayo, Carrie Nolen, Geraldine Elias, Shirley Clarke, Mary Kay Roach. THIRD ROW: Nancy Rabke, Orileen Wilson, Ann Dayton, Mary Lou Niforopulos, James E. Warren, Everard McDowell, James Mulkey, Jr., Robert Hamilton. FOURTH ROW: Glenn K. Polan, Robert Lemer, Harold E. Barker, Robert Schwebel, Jodie Bassett, Lewis Dillon, Darrell Bach. N 147 ALPHA Alpha Psi Omega Was organized to foster dramatic interest and spirit on the ASLI campus. It is an honorary organization, members being chosen by a point system. Points are earned through acting in plays or Working in technical capacities. Fifty points are required for membership. OMEG FIRST ROW: Josephine Moran, Bill Putty, Richard Humes, Sue Cline, Larry Bicldison, Albert E. johnson, jean Claire Garner. SECOND ROW: Drew Shankle, Ronald T. Norris, Mary Orme, Bill Monk, Elbert L. Brown, Carol Sparks, T. Gilbert Burrell. OFFICERS President BILL PUTTY Vice-President RICHARD I-IUMES Senelnry-T1'ea5m'er SUE CLINE Reporter LARRY BIDDISON Spozzforr JOSEPHINE MORAN DR. ALBERT E. JOHNSON l i N- 19 8 . . I N! FIRST ROW: Lacy Pogue, Jodie Bassett, Kate Clarkson, Dudley Campbell, Marvin Marshall, Albert McGuill, S. V. Burks. SECOND ROW: J. W. Howe, Leo Canion, Don Miller, Everard McDowell, Randall Roberts, Lewis Dillon, john Womack, David Neher. THIRD ROW: F. B. Wines, Kenneth Faubion, Melrose Nitsche, Tom DuBose, Charles Neal, William McDaniel, joe Correa, George Carpenter, Ray Henry, R. Cook. FOURTH ROW: Pete Nieschwietz, L. A. Malechek, Bob Carlile, joe Blevins, Ervin Selcer, Stanley Cole, jim Warren, Nolan Kunkel. Alpha Tau Alpha Was organized to develop a true professional spirit in the teaching of agriculture, to help train teachers of agriculture Who will be rural leaders in their communities, and to foster a fraternal spirit among students of vocational agriculture. . ALPHA ' TAU ALPHA 149 OFFICERS Prefident LACY POGUE Vice-Preriderzt JODIE BASSETT Secretary DUDLEY CAMPBELL T reafurer MARVIN MARSHALL Re porter ALBERT MCGUILL Spomorr F. B. WINES D. D. NEHER DR. LEO BAILEY Sweetheart KATE CLARKSON FIRST ROW: Billie Gatliff, Shirley Clarke, Nancy Rabke, Donna Taylor, Pat Davina, Dr. Wreathy Aiken. SECOND ROW: Katherine Patton, Melba Atzenhoffer, Louise Runnels, Dorothy Pogue, Sammons. NOT PICTURED: Dorothy Ives, Claire Hoak, Martha Malek. President BILLIE G-ATLIFF Vice-Prerident SHIRLEY CLARKE C orrer pond in g Secretary DOROTHY IVES Recording Secretary NANCY RABKE OFFICERS Trerzrzlrer DONNA TAYLOR Reporter PAT DA VIN A Guard MARTHA MALEK Sponrorr DR. WREATHY AIKEN OPHELIA SAMMONS 150 Ophelia ' KAPPA OMICRO PHI Kappa Omicron Phi is an honorary professional home economics fraternity. Membership is by invitation only and is based on scholarship in the field of home economics. OFFICERS Prexident LOWELL EWING Vice-Prefidefzt JAMES BUTLER S e rretar y-Treaxzzrer DAVID WHITE H ina rian FELIX JABLONSKI S p 01210 ff ERT J. GUM DR. JOHN RAYBURN Ert Gum Lowell Ewmg Mrs Lennne Stubblefielcl, Ann Prior Dayton James Thomas Flannery john C Rayburn james S Thomason, Ronald Dochllet Glenn QQ MADRIGAL SINGERS ,ua i, -wire al W as 11" f s 94, lm-1' 9 . at Jag ,gf - .. lr tiff . ' jf pa .1 x , , . 5.1 ll .fi -.- - . - - ,- I- .x L 4 "jWi!!"W'l'En ' , , " ,I- ' 3 yargiliall' 5. Levi Y 35-my K' The Madrigalians, directed by Lawrence McQuerrey, is a highly select group of ten singers. Organized in 1952, this group has held concerts throughout Texas and has gained state-wide recognition for its outstanding singing. The group sings informally without accompaniment and spec- ializes in singing English and Italian madrigals, along with folk songs of many countries, American folk and novelty songs, and Negro spirituals. 152 lwlv L1 ' Lawrence McQuerrey, Bob McCurdy, Emmett Arnold, Deana Hellums, Nancy jean Claire Garner, Barbara Rasco, M ra Self, Bennie Middau h, and Nick Valdez Y 8 Fir!! .roprarzorz Deana Hellums Second soprano Altar: Term r.r : Nancy Blaisdell : jean Claire Garner Barbara Rasco Myra Self Bennie Middaugh Nick Valdez Baritorzefz Lawrence McQuerrey Ban: Emmett Arnold Bob McCurdy SOPRANOS Nancy Blaisdell Mary Lou Bode jane Cabaniss Gloria Cavazos Jean Claire Garner Mary I-Iarborth Deana Hellums Eva Henderson Bertha Hunter Virginia Johnson Shirley Kinsey Margaret Medders Andrea Nelson Barbara Nelson joan Lee Smith Sharon Speer Virginia Vollemering Martha Orileen Wilson Velma Wilson Patricia Yeager ALTOS Annetta Bridges Patricia Carter Shirley Clark Elaine Elliff Aline Ferguson jenell Hayden Eleanor Johanson Billie Beth Manning Ann Menke Martha Philen Barbara Pierce Delaine Pundt Barbara Rasco Barbara Schlosser Patricia Schmidt Myra Self Lou Thompson jane Waddell Kathleen Wilson A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella Choir is one of the busiest service organizations on the campus. Besides appearing in many of the college assemblies and making numerous appearances in Kingsville, they tour each year and appear in many Texas Cities TENORS Jose Alvarado Douglas Andrews Domingo Carillo Patrick Carson Dick Graf Angel Herrera Kay Kanipe james Lott Nicholas Valdez Dewey White BASS Emmett Arnold Amado Ayala Gene Drabek Albert Holub Albert Hunter Robert Killough Danny Kus Marvin Luce James May Robert McCurdy Dean Pierce . ? fl ,-Y 5 ,4- .3 3.11 ' A , R ff Q "N lugs Mrs. Caroline Johnston, Virginia Vollmering Pat Carter, Myra Self, Barbara Nelson. SCNGLIGI-ITERS Organized in 1956, The Songlighters have appeared before service clubs and high schools and in the Lantana Coronation program. They will make a tour of high schools this spring. 154 En.-, is -352: . - be-a,..Q .f QEQQP, 'fi , i.. i l ,I i- - : -A vfs-if-f-A--w -- - 1-: Lf ' LX -'-ul thai 'J L- :--' --f -v:.:+- H-wi , J- ,Q V ,---.i.vr- , .-W-7---,-, J 1 V' FLUTES Grace Butcher Carlene Peeples Kay Janak Georgia Kincaid i OBOES Rosa Lee Medlin Marilyn Barton Eb CLARINETS Geraldine Elias Childs BASS CLARINET Billie Beth Manning PERCUSSION Kathie Elias Joe Meyer Bill Cunningham Elizabeth Bartlett Betsey Ann Langford THE JAVELINA BAND Director: JOHN W. KINCAID Bb CLARINETS Paul Reid Eleanor Johanson Douglas Andrews Leroy Walther Janice Tyler Clinton Hunter Shirley Kinsey James May Dorothy Gabbert ALTO SAXOPHONES Severo Bustos Richard Campbell James Turner TENOR SAXOPHONES Jose Alvarado Martha Kay Philen Ronald Long BARITONE SAXOPHONE Rosendo Garcia, Jr. TROMBONES Bob McCurdy David Clegg Clayton Morgan Emmett Arnold 155 .FEW lg 'iv h bt, ' q V ., .gn - J' TUBAS Walter Smith Earl Nickles CORNETS AND TRUMPETS Nick Valdez Terry Garrettt Angel Herrera Sammy Rocha Donnell Hewett Domingo Carrill David Davidson Glenda Brown FRENCH HORNS Charles Gilmore Ann Menke James Stewart Norma Thomas Luther Schulze BARITONE Dan Stacy Joe Watson J A-fs FIRST ROW: Ronald Norris, Elbert Brown, Carol Sparks, Sue Cline, T. Gilbert Burrell, Larry OFFICERS Biddison, Josephine Moran, Dr. Albert E. Johnson. Preyjdem SECOND ROW! RONALD NORRIS Elva Trevino, Ann Morton, Barbara Nelson, Virginia Johnson, Nelda Sawyer, TI-Illlglzgrliirglvlgetry, Judy Walton, Betsy Hill, Jane Cabaniss. ViCe,p,eJide,,, 3 E. I.. BRO Drew Shankle, Bud Merka, Ted Davenport, Charles Dunham, Bill Monk. WN FOURTH ROW: - Secaemrj, Aurora Cadena, Lea Danley, Jean McCoy, Judy Kimble, Joanlee Smith, Faye Maiville, SUE CLINE Joan Howe, Dorothy Stoops, Darrell Vaughter. FIFTH ROW: Trearfzrer Dick Graf, John Black, Richard Hurnes, Mary Harborth, Mary Orme, Louie Weiss, CAROL SPARKS Bill Putty, Robert Wood, John Danner, Mike Puttnam. , SIXTIQQ in Ka Ashworth Barbara O'N al ean Clair G1 er Mar ot Spomon Jude 6 eef 8' Y - C f 5 C' 'fn S 8 DR. ALBERT JOHNSON ey' MRS. JOSEPHINE MORAN Kay Ashworth and Barbara Petty apply make-up for the Footlights Club production of "Julius Caesar". FOOTLIGI-ITS CLUB The campus dramatic society presents an annual Shakespearean Production, two Arena productions, a children's play, a Christmas party, and an awards banquet. Attendance totals about 7500 for the four productions. v. ,ye f QI, I A" ' V'-i --v v - - 1 ,f H ar 17 wr gr rr gvq, FT ei, hm, L r-, Ei it fit? 'H' 't V 7 M25 1 1 'I if -- ' L exe 'aaa-,.,- M.. . K -.1 'sf' A" " ff"-3-2 ' its "s, we A 4 4. , e 5 . , -- Q' A' -i -.fi -fy H E ,. ' . I ye lfy ,,-.,f5A, , MHZ 'A X - .J ,, 'R' , . F 'mg' H ..' at vi: Q' ' dl-' " " ' -' I 'sg n 2 ,si X Y 'A V I -3 Ln 5 X .Q ' 1, X' I 14 , b-1 ,' . , ' ' , Q ' sy is -.-,. A- -f in fax iv' Y Jiifzl-Zi "rv 'ECRW x ff' we-fe ' ' A fi we ' ,YI ' ff iit k ., z -.A 'H vm ..t fs' 'li ' s K , ' A 1 f f S 5,..1'D"'Y . J Students danced around the big rotating Christmas tree , '44s A group of future teachers taking care of some children at the day nursery Caroline Hanke was crowned Sweetheart of the Press Club. at the At the right Jackie Ste- wart, KEN Sweetheart, is serving Freddie Rigby at the fraternity smoker. Union Christmas Dance 51"-f ' 5, ".."QQ,i Wx.-Q' ag! as 1' 1 lu , if.-'Li V? A 1 57 C43 ,gf ,Z C. I Dr. Baileyilectures on tree budding . . . agriculture students conduct a Babcock test to determine butterfat content of milk. The A861 Aggie Club is open to all students enrolled in agriculture courses. Its purpose is to promote good citizenship and friendship among its members. The group participates in activities related to agriculture and seeks a full social life. FIRST ROW: J. W. Howe, D. D. Neher, Faye Maiville, Everard McDowell, Randall Russell Cook. SECOND ROW: A. E. Emmert, J. Muckleroy, Shorty Dillon, joel Decker, Rollin Smith, joe Johns Gerald Camber. THIRD ROW: Glen Crossland, Victor Kainer, George Carpenter, Lawrence Emerson, Rol Lansford, Munk Henry, Tom Luce, Charles Neal. FOURTH ROW: Roland Williams, Charles Pirtle, Butch Smith, Tommy Caldwell, Bill Arringt Raymond Rentz. AGGT' 1-N -- 158 5 4 4 5' , O ...JJ cv 4s..,. FIRST ROW: C. E. Schoettle, Joe Blevins, Dudley Campbell, Faye Maiville, Lacy Pogue, Jirn Warren, Ray Henry, Frank Dunkle. SECOND ROW: Richard Smith, John Womack, Terry McGuire, Joe Baker, Melvin Grones, Leroy Tibiletti, Corbett Poll, Troy Dillard, Dean Chamrad. THIRD ROW: Jodie Bassett, Robert Whatley, Clyde Machen, Kuno Trostmann, Ervin Selcer, Jerome Duderstadt, Forrest Powers, Charles Kramer, Eddie Giese. LUB OFFICERS Prerident Pilchfork Wielder JOE BLEVINS RAYMOND RENTZ Vice-Preridenl Songleader DUDLEY CAMPBELL BUBBA MADDEN Seeretary Yell Lender LACY POGUE FRANK DUNKLE Trearzlrer' gpomom JIM WARREN R. J. cooK J. W. HOWE Reporter RAY HENRY Sweetheart FAYE MAIVILLE Parliamentarimz CHARLES CAMPBELL 1 59 f . 7' C K I N The workshop . . . a spot dear to all Aggies' hearts . . . here they While away many pleas- ant hours . . . JT 1-. ' 'S b O FIRST ROW: jane Cabaniss, Katy Grimm, Margaret Dickens, Kate Clarkson. GFFICERS SECOND ROW: I I Sandra Moss, Faye Maiville, Wanda Cowart, Carrie Lee Bishop. President KATHLEEN CLARKSON Vice-Prefident MARGARET DICKINS Secretary ASSOC II I KATY Trearzwer JANE CABANISS CARRIE LEE BISHOP F W ONIE STUDENTS 16 0 The Association of Women Students, a branch of the Intercollegiate Associa- tion of Women Students, was founded at A861 in 1941. All girls enrolled at the college automatically become members. Its purpose is to develop cooperation, friendliness, and leader- ship among all Women students. A. I. E. E. - I. R. E. OFFICERS The Institute of Radiolingineers-American Institute of Electrical Engineers joint . - Prexzdent student branch serves to promote the interests PAUL F TRAEGER of all students in the profession of electrical ' engineering and in the activities Vi,e-pyefj,1e,,, of the two national societies. The organization GILBERT TAYLOR stimulates broad interests in electrical engineering during the period of basic 5fgfgg'1COOPER training and affords cultivation of ' ' qualities needed by engineers but not always T,.e,,,,,,e,, fully developed by regular class and STEVENS HERBST laboratory work. Cozzmelor TOMMY GILSTRAP Spozzrorf rt Schwebel, L. I. Wind, A. C. Lieck, james Dickey, jim Tarloy, Randall Odem. C. V. MOONEY ROW: K A Johanson, M. A. Prazak, David W. Kerr, R. J. Kier, R. D. For-bus, Darrell Bach Homer Guerra, Billy Cogburn. DR. FRANK DOTTERWEICH 'x 'QV' AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 1 Q-rf Q E l . if l i. . 'I i - . 3. i V I l l ll.' ff AQ FIRST ROW: Dr. F. F. Mikus, William Meyer, Mary Kay Roach, David L. johnson. SECOND ROW: E. R. Stein, Bill Wickline, L. G. Rosales, jimmy Cox, Bryan Fugate, Robert Wether- old, Gaylon T. Click. THIRD ROW: C. L. West, john Rohmfeld, jim Farley, George Kain, Dr. Fred M. Garland. FOURTH ROW: Donald Patrick, B. D. Davis, Phili Hudson, Norman Freeman, Kenneth Starling, P Clyde Greenlees. OFFICERS Prerident WILLIAM MYER Vice-Prerideut JIMMY COX Secretary MARY KAY ROACH Trea.rz1rer DAVID JOHNSON Reporter GEORGE KAIN Sponror DR. F. F. MIKUS Bill Davis performing an experiment in chemistry lab. The objects of the Student Affiliate of the American Chemical Society are to afford an opportunity for the students of chemistry and chemical engineering to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to secure experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, and to ins a professional pride in chemistry and chemical engineering. 162 N GLISH CLUB The Dora K. Cousins English Club Was organized for the purpose of sharing and increasing interest in literature of the past and present. It is composed of students especially interested in literary pursuits. OFFICERS President BETTY LEMMOND Vice-Prerident FERDY PENA Secretary FAYE MAIVILLE Spomors DR. S. BOYD STEWART DR. R. J. GALLAWAY FIRST ROW: Ferdy Pena, Betty Lemmond, Faye Maiville, S. Boyd Stewart. SECOND ROW: Werner Louwien, Charles Dunham, Claire Dorman, R. Gallaway, Elege Frazier. E' ,r. an NN T3 163 'fin xv" FIRST ROW: Dr. R. Manning, Lewis Watson, jan Ferguson, jerry Jordan, Ann Copeland, Dar- rell Vaughter, Jn Anne Poenisch, Charles Stewart, Leslie Melbern. SECOND ROW: jim Lee, Eddie Steward, Judy Walton, Barbara Hartzog, jo Downey, Carrie Nolen, Virginia johnson, Louis Korenek. THIRD ROW: S. Nuckles, jr., F. Miers, K. L. Matthews, R. I. Orlin,jr., Arnoldo Garza, Weldon Lewis, Harold Hedtile, Kirk Bartley, C. D. Wilkerson. FOURTH ROW: George Calhoun, Edward McDowell, Ray Bezdek, Emeterio V. De Leon, Werner Louwien, Roye Goldman, Don Cate, Louie Weiss, Bill Putty, Vernon Clinger. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIO CLUB 164 OFFICERS Prerident LEWIS W. WATSON Vire-Prefidenl JERRY JORDON Secrelary JAN FERGUSON Treauzrer JO ANNE POENISCH Parlianzefzlmimz CHARLES STEWART Re porter DARRELL VAUGHTER BUSINESS ADMIN ISTR TIO The Business Administration Club is an organization designed for the specific interests of those who intend to enter the field of business upon graduation. The club provides important business contacts that may later be utilized by the students participating. FIRST ROW: E. N. Compere, Andrea Welson, Bob Lee, Michelle Malmberg, Royle Wright, Jamie Falvella, H. M. Kasischke. SECOND ROW: Nelson Pena, Arlie Pittman, Buddy Alford, Robert Lopez, Miguel Ruiz, Sandra Biddison, Earlyne Bailey, Burke A. Parsons. THIRD ROW: Ralph C. Russell, Richard Henderson, Jimmy Sparks, Richard Allen, Roy Ortolon, Glenn Klockmann, james P. Schulze, Robert McCurdy, Riley O. Nelson, Richard S. Dale. FOURTH ROW: Roland Gordon, Darrell Sumner, Leroy Harris, Mike Bryan, William Gullett, Robert L. Cope, Billy H. Wilkins, Robert Le-mer. CLUB A 'il' I E pf ' ' r. Q i Cl i L 1 df,-.L R 'gf 1 6 5 W le if 'fx .L- FIRST ROW: C. V. Mooney, Paul Traeger, Dave Cooper. SECOND ROW: Carl Thomas, Jerry Callison, H. Y. Gayle, Donald Parker, Bill Stevens, Bob Buch- anan, Rudy Nichols, Therrell Powell. THIRD ROW: Shirley Trojack, Donald Thomas, William Cline, Byrd Minter, Carl Glass, Olan Hilliard, james Murray, P. H. Kelly. FOURTH ROW: George Kain, Roy Finch, George Wernette, Ellis Wind, Fabian Yanta, Warren Warner, Hugh Cavitt, Francis johns. A.I.M.M.E. The American Institute. of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Petroleum Branch, was organized on the campus in October of 1950. The organization is a national professional organization for students who are enrolled in the Division of Engineering. 166 1 U 0 . Irfan A OFFICERS Prerident PAUL TRAEGER Vice-President GILBERT TAYLOR Serretary E. D. COOPER Trearurer STEVENS HERBST C oumel or TOMMY GILSTRAP Sponrorr DR. FRANK DOTTERWEICH C. V. MOONEY 'T.S.P.E. OFFICERS Prerident ELLIS WIND .S'ecrel.f1f'y-T1'efz.r11rer BYRD L. MINTER Reporter WESLEY ELLIS Sweellaeart MANON RAY IRST ROW: Ellis Wind, Byrd L. Minter, Wesley Ellis, Manon Ray, L. A. Fritz, Paul Traeger, Roy Doubrava. ECOND ROW: Fabian Yanta, Lester Wetzig, Bob Shults, Donald Parker, jerry Callison, Frank Riha, L. E. Davina, jack C. Bond, Marion Walker. I-IIRD ROW: ' Lee Edward Baca, John Foote, David W. Kerr, Irvin Wind, Charles Rachui, Ken- neth Webber, Robert Schwebel, Charles Bryan. URTH ROW: Herbert Wells, W. B. Cline, E. E. Hamilton, J. L. Taylor, Randall Odom, Hugh Lieck, Billy R. Cogburn, Darrell Bach, John Chisum, Francis Johns. v The student branch of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers, which took the place of the Engineers, Club, is at present in its first year on the ASLI campus. The club offered a candidate for Lantana Lady, took part in the I-Ialloweien Carnival, and held its annual picnic. The club is open to all Engineering students. Its purpose is to bring students closer to professional members in the field john Foote sighting in on the transit dur- ing Engineers' instrument course. s 1 v -.. 4 li l ,.. FIRST ROW: john C. Rayburn, Ronald Dodillet, Claire Dorman, Charles Weaver, Richard Allen. SECOND ROW: Lowell Ewing, Mrs. Linnie E. Stubblefield, Betty Lemmond, Renee Adame, Lor- raine Olsen, james P. Butler, David White. HISTORY CLUB The Robert L. Kleberg History Club bears the distinction of being the first organization founded at ASCI. It is open to all students who are interested in history and World affairs. Activities include field trips to places of historical interest. 168 OFFICERS Preyident RONALD DODILLET Vire-Preridemf CHARLES WEAVER S en'eta1'y-Trearurer CLAIR DORMAN Spomor DR. GEORGE COALSON HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB FIRST ROW: Vernon Ullmann, Mary jo Scogin, Al Blanton, Marilyn Gomillion, Wally Mayer, Katy Grimm, Nan Roberts. , SECOND ROW: Shirley Anne Bryan, Elsie Robbins, Kenneth Wilhite, Ray Houts, Don McDonald, ' ' ' ' K k Ada Ruth Cacldell. Charles Wiginton, Hall Wliitley, Theresie rnave , The Health and Physical Education Club is an organization designed for the specific interests of health and physical education majors and minors. 169 OFFICERS Prefident VERNON ULLMANN Vice-Prexident AL BLANTON Secretary-Tfeafurer MARILYN GOMILLION Reporter WALLY MAYER Parliamenlarian HELEN SCHULZE Spomor NAN ROBERTS ?e 2 E . 1 'sr' FIRST ROW: Richard S. Dale, Louis Korenek, Eddie Steward, jo Anne Poenisch, Edward Com- pere, C. C. Wilkerson, Wayne Sawyer. SECOND ROW: R. I. Olin, jimmy Sparks, Buddy Alford, Barbara Hartzog, Jo Downey, Robert Staffel, Edward McDowell, Kenneth L. Matthews, Royle Wright. THIRD ROW: Mike Bryan, Roland Gordon, Bill Pippen, S. Nuckles, Kirk Bartley, Bob Lee, Darrell Sumner, Lewis Watson. MARKETI G CLUB The Marketing Club was organized by a group of students at A861 who are interested in gaining knowledge of the marketing field. Plans have been made to obtain first-hand knowledge of marketing through Visits to nearby ports and other marketing centers. The club also plans to invite experts in Various phases of marketing to the campus to discuss their problems. The club is open to any student who is taking, or has taken, a course in marketing. ' 170 -iam i OFFICERS Prerident LOUIS J. KORENEK Vice-President EDDIE STEWARD Secrelary-Treatrzlrer ED COMPERE Parliam entarian CALVIN WILKERSON Reporter WAYNE SAWYER Siuden! Council Reprerenlalive ROLAND GORDON Spomorr DR. RICHARD S. DALE CLARK BAKER Pi Kappa Epsilon is sponsored by the Education and Psychology Departments. Its purpose is to foster active interest in teaching as a profession, and it is open to all students with a professed interest in education. It is an active unit of the Future Teachers of America. OFFICERS Preridefzt BETSY HILL Vice-Preiident JO ANNE POENISCH S erretary-T1'ea5zzrer MARGARET DICKENS Reporter LILLIE NIEMAN Sporzwr DR. JOHN GLOCK FUTURE F RMERS OP AMERICA ?....-- . r ef ef FIRST ROW: Jodie Bassett, Kenneth Faubion, Don Miller, Grace Butler, Leo Canion, Donald Vrana, Alfred Schneider, S. V. Burks. SECOND ROW: OFFICERS F. B. Wines, Dean Chamrad, A. A. Adame, j. L. Pogue, T. E. McGuire, R. A. Lunsford, Ray Emerson, Shorty Dillon, joe Baker, Richard Lackey, Everard Mc- Dowell, Glyn Kinsey, Torn Luce. Preridefzt THIRD ROW: JODIE BASSETT L. P. Glasser, L, A. Erler, F. Wahl, W. F. McDaniel, T. D. Noah, A. E. Emmert, H. A. Katzer, Jimmie Grant, G. W. Thomas, David Schott, Albert McGuill. Vjfe-p,-e,j,je,,,5 FOURTH ROW! KENNETH FAUBION Nolan Kunkel, W. W. Harris, Larry Gomillion, Candelario Ruiz, Melrose Nitsche, Frank Dunkle, D. Malin, R. C. Albert, Arthur Nimmo, Marvin Marshall, Charles Sefreyary Neal, Bernard Wendel, William jancha. DON MILLER FIFTH ROW: Tom Dubose, joe Correa, jackie B. Dunkin, joe Johnson. T,.e,,M,.e,. DONALD VRANA Reporter LEO CANION The A851 Collegiate Chapter of the Future Farmers of America is an organ- Sentinel ization designed for students in agri- ALFRED SCHNEIDER cultural education. The purpose is to f I train future agriculture teachers, to Swgiijfgg BUTLER organize F.F.A. chapters, and to become efficient advisors of F.F.A. in the 5p0,,,0,, high schools in which they will teach. S. V. BURKS F. B. WINES 172 PSYCHOLOGY OFFICERS President JANE TODD Vive-President PAT CHANCELLOR T1'6LIJ'lH'67' BERNARD JOHNSON CLUB The purpose Serretary BOBBY FARROW Pmliamenlariarz MARSHA MORGAN I ROW. ernard johnson, Pat Chancellor, Jane Todd, john F. Santos, Jr., Bobby Farrow ROW: Liz Bartlett, Marsha Morgan, Bill Monk, jean McCoy, john N. Dougherty. B 173 of the Psychology Club is to stimulate interest in psychology as a science and a profession. I E FIRST ROW: i Faye Bible, Dorothy Pogue, Pat Hobbs, Louise Runnels, Rosilyn Range, jan Hotc. kiss, Ophelia Manning. SECOND ROW: E I Katherine Patton, Dr. Wreathy Aiken, Betty Trapp, Wray Nell Evans, Doris Burk: y I w I Evelia E. Pena, Joyce Marie Baker, Estella Leal. THIRD ROW: Norma Olson, Gloria Cavazos, Kaki Martin, Lucille Briggs, Wanda Cowart, Gra, CL B Butler, Nancy Rabke, Donna Taylor. I i FOURTH ROW: . Billie Gatliff, Shirley Clarke, Melba Atzenhoffer, Pat Davina. ages 'C7 i Y 3 I I W 1' One of the oldest clubs on the campus, the Home Economics Club takes part in state a local affairs pertaining to the department. The purpose of the club is to further interest in home economics and to provide a social outlet during college days. OFFICERS Prerident DOROTHY POGUE Vice-Prerident ROSILYN RANGE Secretary PAT HOBBS Tremurer LOUISE RUNNELS Reporter Shirly Clarke, Grace Butler, Melba Atzenhoffer engage in the JAN HOTCHKISS basic function of a future home maker. Sponrorr MISS FAYE BIBLE 174 MRS. OPHELIA MANNING K : is ,V 3 ful. , .aa : ' Kay Tilley and Rick Mulinix test the kiss-o-scope used at the Press Club backwards dance. FIRST ROW: Bruce Witter, Jim Lee, Caroline Hanke, Bill Kell, Charles Dunham. SECOND ROW: Delmer Ashworth, Marsha Morgan, Bill Wilkins, Betsey Langford, Tommy LaNoue. ,, .l E The Press Club attempts to stimulate interest in The South Texan and El Rancho, student publications. It also promotes all functions which are designed to benefit AZSCI. Press Club members look forward each year to the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convent at which awards are given to college students for outstanding Work in journalism. The convention this year was held in Odessa. OFFICERS President BILL KELL Vice-Presid ent CAROLINE HANKE PRESS CLUB Secretary-Trearzzrer JIM LEE Reporter MARSHA MORGAN Parliamerztarian CHARLES DUNHAM Advisory Board BRUCE WITTER Sponsor DELMER ASHWORTH Kay Ashworth, ion ,I sl' F. l. j I 19 5 RODEO CLUB 15851 FIRST ROW: OFFICERS Gen Davidson, Michele Malmberg, Joel Decker, Tom DuBose, Lou Ann Parsons, Barbara Obenhaus, W. Howe. pfejidem SECOND ROW: TOM DUBQSE Phil Anderson, jim Vernor, Richard Scott, Everard McDowell, Leroy Tibiletti, Charlie Pirtle, Roland Williams, Eddie Giese, Mike Flynn, james Garrison, Gayle Viceipremyem Thomas. LY THIRD ROW: MIKE F NN Bill Brodnax, Butch Smith, Pete Emmert, Raymond Rentz, Bob Brown. Sefremry VIRGINIA DAVIDSON Treamrer EVERARD McDOWELL The Rodeo Club was chartered in 1947 RLQZSQRY HARTSELL and is open for membership to anyone enrolled at ASLI. The club sponsors a team that competes Cami, Cook with other college teams JOEL DECKER over the entire United States. The club has built a new arena Saddle 50f1Pf'f I on college grounds for the purpose BOB BROWN of holding intercollegiate rodeos with Fork Wilder 011 Our CQIHPHS- GRADY ALLEN In 1950 the A811 rodeo team was ranked fifth in the nation. Spwzror J. W, HOWE 176 The ROTC Officers' Club is a social organization, helpful in that it gives the future officer an idea of the manner in which he is to conduct himself While serving in the United States Army. R.O.T.C OFFICERS CLUB FIRST ROW: james P. Butler, joe Blevins, Gilbert Taylor, Mrs. R. C. Masenga, Lt. Col. R. C. Masenga, R. W. Montgomery, jim Bixler, Richard Lorenz, Elbert L. Brown. SECOND ROW: G. L. Brown, Ray Houts, Richard Henderson, George R. Wright, Don Vrana, Donald Miller, jerry Callison, Charles Weaver, Lynn jorden, Warren A. Warner, Richard Allen. THIRD ROW: Robert Trdla, Roye Goldman, D. E. Pierce, john R. Snoeberger, Humberto Flores, Fabian Yanta, james Agleton, Charles Neal, Roger Trevino, jerry Campbell, James Murry, Carl Hopkins. OFFICERS Preridefzt JAMES BUTLER Vice-Preriderzt JOE BLEVINS Secretary GILBERT TAYLOR Trearurer RALPH MONTGOMERY Sponror COLONEL R. C. MASENGA 177 1.-., . 'H LX' a E 5 Q3 FIRST ROW: W. H. Leckie, john Ormand, Don McDonald, Mina Williams, Corky Crane, Hall Whitley, James Murray. SECOND ROW: Cal I-Iutzler, Ken Wilhite, Walker Sanders, Ray Houts, Phil Henry, Joe Holcomb, George Robbins, Sid Hoermann, Roy Lawler, Lupe jaimes. THIRD ROW: Bill Krorner, Bob Lee, Gary Griffith, Joe Myers, jim Stephens, Larry Heitzman, Charles Wiginton, Bill Davis, Freeman DeLane, james Graeber, W. J. Stokley. " 'l ASSOCIATIO The "T" Association is the varsity letrermen's organization for ASLI. The association seeks to further athletic, scholastic, and social coordination among its members. 178 OFFICERS Prerident JOHN ORMAND Vice-Prerident HUB DIXON S erretar y-Trearurer DON MCDONALD Parliamefztarian CORKY CRANE Reprererztaiiue KEN WILHITE Sponsor DR. W. H. LECKIE Sweelbeart MINA WILLIAMS VETERANS, The Veterans Association ASSQCIATIQ provides ...Cn Coof .1.....i.... OFFICERS Prexident DUKE ELLINGTON Vice-Prexiclerzt AL BLANTON Secr'elnry-T1'eaJ11fer JIM LEE Spomor DR. A. B. I-IOEFELMEYER Szueelb eart BETTY ANN WOELFEL 1 for veterans on the campus. It is open to all men and women who have served in some branch of the Armed Services. FIRST ROW: Bob Lee, Duke Ellington, Betty Ann Woelfel, Al Blanton, jim Lee, Dr A B Hoefelrneyer. SECOND ROW: Charles Gilmore, Louis Korenek, Bob Shults, H. V. Gayle, jack Fowler Eddie Steward, THIRD ROW: J. W. Bryan, A. G. Moreno, L. E. Davina, L. A. Fritz, W. L. Cohn, C. D Wilker son, K. L. Matthe. FOURTH ROW: john N. Dougherty, Don Parker, Charles -Flato, Bill Wilkins, Floyd Reagen Lewis Watson, E. R. Glazner, Suredclin. .X sip 3 FIRST ROW: Shirley Bryan, Joe Ann Dockery, Jackie Dunlop, Sara Duenas, Wynonah Roe, Katy Grimm. SECOND ROW: Vivian Barth, Helen Schulze, Katherine Curlee, Bitsy Burnett, Sheri Poignee, Kay Doty, Blanche Wendland, Myradel Kirk. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Wieser, Karline Collard, Theresie Krnavek, Elsie Robbins, Tommy Barnes, Kathy Davenport, Ruth Cacldell. FOURTH ROW: Jo Ann Pattillo, La Rue Green, Jan Burnett, Patty King, Norma Thomas, Pat OMEN'S RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATIO The Women's Recreational Association is an organization bringing together girls who are interested in sports and physical betterment. W. R. A. sponsors the girls' throughout the school year The objectives of the club are to promote cooperation, sportsmanship, friendliness, and good will among the girls on the ca to provide intramurals, sport and game situations for recreation, and to provide intramural program m awards under the W. R. A. point system. 9 o U 4 G. P . F '00 , 1,100.53 cf OFFICERS Preridenl JACKIE DUN LOP Vice-President WYNONAH ROE Secretary SARA DUENAS Trearurer SHIRLEY BRYAN Parliamenlarian ADA RUTH CADDELL Sportr Manager KATY GRIMM Pnblirily Manager BLANCHE WENDLAND A. IV. S. Reprererzfalive JO ANN DOCKERY Sponsor JEANETTE WIESER i .. -,QEXL W. v if Q " ' " 521 . 31- X nr, , ? :E1s:2'3'1s:4-N: ' X ' ug-1,-Egifts'-S-. G n L Ei Q11-'wr rl-:E!.3l' WEEE f,'i'-vm JlW.13 .,w:-W 'MEM ,. -MIiff:f:'?Q- 2 ' ,',5:5J'5s-.SEAEJ Tm I I '93 H! f n.Yh' sv" , f I I 1 1 4 If-J 1 . .F kg I: yrr' 1: X l,S'j l ,'J. 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J' f . ,-, , 1.7 1:5 ff .x 4 ,f -V 1' q' "A , .-P Y Q,..N-P' -:Q V 20 ff' 3 lf'-'I Yswlxwb ,511 islam b V ', If , -'J'-,ii-if L?4"?f , , 'H' ' ,. QQ, 1, .L A A ' 'gg f'f.'f ' 1' X M . T ' -3"'Lff f-C,.:3' ,f"' . V 4 , "5.,iGF'-- Lskgifbu ' ' u .' 'vw " 'un J, A' .X 1 T' sf Mina Williams was elected the "T" Association Sweetheart for 1956. She is shown being presented at halftime of the Texas A8:I-South- west Texas State football game. Mina is being escorted b Mayer and john Ormand. Joh ' ' y Wally n IS the president of th " " ' ' e T Association. 'Hr-G xl Jwg ,.v'f-. 1 .qu . 1 V' . -,, Q-4: n 'J we' i. 'Erin' 4 .. -S s "r in 4 ' . ,. u n, u.-3' .' -wi .41 1. QA.-'li' ' - sf N G nf' .LJ " lf , ui 1. , , . .- , s .9m. iw' 186 W., ,, -.vi x w 1-EAW? jQx1f+'5?1 .LN '- gif J'- . v 4- ' '4' f 1'- we r l ,v , f E .fd ,244 .. 1. ' r r I V 3 ' "1 n ll g. ,s Y- I. -,.-1' ,V c., ,bi-v-P Q: .4 .If . -,,,.. M x Brown Jean MCCO3 1 Q. 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Coach Carley played for Gu- E.,STEINKE-Head Football '30aCh and ath' North Texas State and coached at Paris and at letics director. Coach Steinke played five years of professional football after graduating from Texas A8cI. JACK LITTLE-Hoggie line coach. In his sec- ond year at A8cI after playing two years with the Baltimore Colts. He played college ball at Texas A8cM, where he won all-conference and All- American honors. -J 4, IV. 'nl 1 ' gm' if'-'hz -. H- 4 -, 523' l lil' .Hy QI- - 'Li , J - T 'e'of"izTff+.effpfa H . e"' . 1 1 a H A V Hi. ii ,V V 'Mx if bl Y. l " 5-J I, T, w .' V I' 'f I 5- ' 1 l : vrif -I . 1 TEE ' har-lr L, . Schreiner Institute before coming to A8cI. ,Q- . , 1' .-f.f ,Sw - 'YTT'-1 .' - fi' - .c.lf?.5f'1l "- 'V' "I v 'Fi"'TiJ'f' lu' :4..wmr1-. , .nu ,' . - Q. I -,L a ,.-F. .. ,v . . i K, g .:. 4-. .. :i . i l '1-Il--all-Wu,l'1qg1 lf DAVEY SMITH--Backfield coach and "B" basketball coach. He played quarterback at Texas A8cM after graduating from Lockhart High School He earned B.S. and M.S. degrees at Texas ABLI. 'EF' , u fy! A, V V bv-'X il ' 'W' TWT FIRST ROW: Corky Crane, Harold Holden, jim Murray, Johnny McCampbell, john Ormand, Hub Dixon, Hall Whitley, Bill Pippen, Merle Muckleroy, and George Robbins. SECOND ROW: Lupe jaimes, Roy Lawler, DeVoy Shaw, Pat Freeman, Billy Davis, Andrew Boss, joe Howell, Sid Hoermann, joe Green, and jerry Craig. THIRD ROW: Robert Dickens, Wayne Adams, Kenneth Kachtik, Billy O'Barr, Phil Henry, George Jaimes, Joe Holcomb, Cal Hutzler, and jimmy Nees. FOURTH ROW: L. A. Malechek, Marvin Koudelka, jim Stephens, Roy McBride, W. J. Stokley, James Graeber, Freeman DeLane, Doyle Christian, Robert Trevino and jimmy Kachinski. HUB DIXON AND HALL WHITLEY 1956 favelina Captain! TEXAS A8cI COLLEGE IAVELIN AS ff!! xxx A861 "B" Team Game 'Denotes Conference Game 55Denotes Homecoming Game 555Denotes Dad,s Day Game Frosh help get the 1956 grid season under way by leading the javelina team onto field. The javclinas went on to win the season opener. Q . gg LVN v r "L r. l 1 l 1 1, ' K J' N, .4 HY HO HALL WHITLEY-Second team A. P. Little All-American, All Lone Star Conference, First team Dallas News All-Texas. -v W 1:15- . ,Q Vi ' J , " H? f We im" ' .y. X jx We 'R' ,, in 3,1 . :.,. UE .QA CAL HUTZLER-All-Conference and Honorable Mention Little All- American. BILL PIPPEN-Dallas News All Texas and All-Conference. RS fFyif'r .- A Q ' "f555ff"'ff fm JOHN MCCAMPBELL-All-Conference 'nl . .V,1, r,-...gi ' Q.gE:.:.'- fhrjll- :WAV " H nlflfit 5-' '15 ' . ' rf., fr. 'H fp, 4 I , J.. ,. "-:MH ' .: 1 'lf1',.'-'LAA.1- ' A 'fsmwo -' 1. - , ,H ' I- Tir, ' - , , , . M -, t -a., 1- :gy , , .. 1 ., ,L . Q- 1, .' -v --- .Q ,LJ kf Y, I, ,- Sf, In is I V, '-A11 Slijff , - H fi! Y ., ,,."I-,i:ff,-- :-, F. N. ' ","..- K I f- ' Jr tl 111, fug:',,: p .V -.VA 1,1 ' ' ' .' I' ' , .N :-- 1 ' .' ' ' .A J ll .Trjfl , I . W A ilrlbill.-aim? I V, t ' V? QUFS' ' v 1 A - - Y 1, ' -"Q, u' , ,fx , Ay. fora. 1 , O sf--ff: n X HAROLD HOLDEN-All-Conference Second Team JOHN ORMAND-All-Conference Honorable Mention. I 4, Jager WOW ' , 5581 A W J I -si' 55' Q HH If r, .1 4. ,W Y ,P T + L, ' ' ' ni J V if ' ' 4. x . 'IZ ' E35 -1" x -1 N . Q44 'I r , N . ,. h, 5 l . .pr f 'a lv ' , ".' V NH' i .,' aj Qx w "'- 'i ,r,' NWI M yn .fy f .- .-,W H gi . ' . 5 - ,Q , Tr- , ' ' F' ' . ' ,X --' .f,. 1.4 vi I ig, N f"-f. Lupe Jaimes is brought down by a pack of Lobos as the Hoggies drop Sul Ross 29-O in Alpine. George Robbins QSOQ comes in to throw a block. Roy Lawler filj Cal Hutzler Q-My and Jim Murray C76j look for downfielcl assignment. l srrr ' i' s,r. W HUB DIXON , ' Tarkle 1 , 1 Three Letters . Co-Captain u K K Q . .L J W I 1445? V . 9 xltiii' WIA., '1 -' LQ' SF.-J r 'H .. . HALL WHITLEY - , , C enter A ' Four Letters , Co-Captain JOHN ORMAND Qzmrlerbark 196 Three Letters if "" F Us f 'L 1 im YWPEN B ?Y1lixaLiLetteI5 I im ,I GEORGE ROBBINS End Two Letters .- o M4 'H ,cv . J 5 ,H M , -s ,- 1 Q 64' -l 4" fc, If I We 1 r 'fax' ,sm f M NIT- Sl, 6 A has '7 Cal Hutzler has just chalked up yardage in A8cI's 23-14 victory over Southwest Texas , State, one of the best football games seen in javelina Stadium in 1956. JOE GREEN Qzmrlerbnne -P M Two letters .fl 1 JIM MURRAY Tackle Two Letters I ri c' l ,gg . r an-'iff , 4.1, Q ,.f3""' N Xt 7 . ' -Ab, EE, I:-339 ' SID HOERMANN X px, Guard H - -- A y ff 1 QQ- X Two Letters 4 675- ' Ab jf? ' X 4 :4 I I -,fiat , in-1 ' s 197 it 5 'L u L Q x, 0. ., 1 ' --1 JOHN NY MCCAMPBELL 1.5 . Y " vi...-I ., ,z '. , .eggqles-iid wah - , ,C .,,.IyHnVd .-sr., J ,fri -J'.Q.l,'-zjqijr. t X v j 1' '?Q42'e4fmfewf" '. CAL HUIZLER - 1, - , - , . , ' - 1'-yu, f Hdffbdft W Two Letters 'XX-Q' ' 'J A 4 X .J rr:-"af: ' ' ei ' Q 'w . 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The final score was A8cI 33, SFA 13. i 'ff v ' ,I- Q -X., A . CORKY CRANE Halfback Three Letters 'T-Q" X"V?""' 'IJ 139112 1' V550 ' ' 41. D. ' ': ' ,. ., "'-U "8'.l.i' IlAT"J'Y!"'l!H!Y 13 W' A , FREEMAN DeLANE 4 Qzmrlerback One Letter 3-E' . W. J. STOKLEY fl' ' ff'-fi-A Tariffs ' L One Letter 3 no . V5 Q' YQ'-e"Bx9.EQ1-'Q. JAMES GRAEBER ' Tack! e One Letter Q! ing, hn Ormand meets tough resistance in the Sul Ross game. johnny Mcffampbell comes ..,-f li,-W fxf ' t w Y 'Q Q. ' , Q I' f ' for t PHIL HENRY End One Letter r, ,f CAI .i"'e1 'N .9 on the play while joe Holcomb and james Graeber work downfield Y 4116 'X 'wr ua 'nw s J f-Tri' 9' y-lp, ' ' ,ga- 1 Cl , X "XX .w ei x, +L X J. T AJ Eg 1-+L -:.. 'S+ ff . f' rf - lx' L "" JOE HOWELL - Guard .f One Letter I 41:10 fr 4 McCampbe1l heads for the goal line after snagging a pass in the Howard Payne George Robbins QSOQ moves in to throw a block. JIM STEPHENS End Two Letters ,IQ Y -ni...-ev" ,r.A BILL MORRIS End Two Letters 1 K w' ' ' ,. 5 LX, 'mr' F' ' 4... ,. ze. fs A ff-fs I" ,X JOE HOLCOMB H al fbark One Letter 1 S . f A BILLY DAVIS Quarterback One Letter F.- 'lh X .W MERLE MUCKLEROY Emi Two Letters .V fm' LBS. J r t 'ffwrr X44 PAT FREEMAN Fzzllback Squadman .. asf? 1' Green fi hts for additional arda e avainst Sul Ross. No. 76 is im Murra g yas, JY ind tackle. -8 v'!'2?E'3t:L'!,Lt. H6 QZHQHVIZ! !"!1!l"llT3i .ff if 1 W fd - 5 LUPE JAIMES Fllllbdfk One Letter ANDREW BOSS Tackle Squadman fi' K -L ZX ' JIMMY NEES e " , ' Halfback ,n"' 4 ip Squadman ,. X' V Zz D R: d v s I I L .A O ROBERT TREVI 'k f, ' Tarkle I, 5 - O x Squadman 1 my--my U- Y A . we f , fix: .Xl g 3 , 1 fr? Q V ' 'y .XA . .5 L 5 Q I ', 4 ANI 'i r . J, -354 .ig BOBBY HOLDER M3 'A' Guard "' One Letter Cal Hutzler breaks away for a 53-yard touchdown against East Texas. Hall Whitley and I' Hub Dixon eliminate a Lion defender while jim Stephens f87j and W. Stokley C705 block down-field. The javelinas won 27-14. mrvr-W' :-wg 1- Ar 31 Q9.l'.v:fI.ni. rnvmr.vm.sv-In w V omewhere m thus mass of Lobos there IS a I-Ioggle ball earner Other javelmas are Jc Howell f63j H1I1Wl11tley QSOD and joe Holcomb Q-40D :bi .fi PX ROY MCBRIDE Center Squadman N 1 TOUCHDOWN! john Ormand skirts end for a jav score against East Texas, as oe Holcomb MOD runs interference. L. A. MALECHEK End Squadman MARVIN KOUDELKA End Squadman 204 BILLY O'BARR End Squadman '.'h 1 ,E W ,V xv 5-NW 1' A A ,g'x,!,,,'l .-ff' .f if ff I LW' - :?',?'1 QJ. gi-:i . ' Q X N X X, ,vh- 3 GEORGE JAIMES Halfbark Squadman x"' my vb u 23 KENNETH KACHTIK. Flzllback Gzmrd Squadman Squadman MICKY KACHINSKI Javelina Fullback Harold Holden nabs a pass in the East Texas game before he is brought down by a group of Lions. ,i .s , ,Qqjzh -.J - 205 I'Yix?e'Eg1' if 'ft' fa- .- ,. " -21,5 -W W ' , -- Li- ,111 fy-1,344.4 A 1,374-5.' E,-5 Ll, , T . 5- ,- A ' Q 'H L A-iff-..x1' " E, 1' ROBERT DICKENS - K N Hfzlfback X ,', " " " -, T Squaclman :IF .l , ., ff , K Ng. ,A X if kg W .FS 1 in: " X j air . 5 Xxi-vfgfllx " ROY LAWLER - a lil l C f ' f ',4.."' u JERRY CRAIG Offfiettef 7' ' Fzzllback Q a Squaclman Q, IQ? v- L KENNETH STEWART jf.. W Guard ' " 1 ni ngzzl Three Letters uf , Pl :': zzi :': 7 N Kenneth Kachtik Q32j and Bobby Holder f69j halt a Lobo ball carrier. Hall A C505 and Roy Lawler C515 close in to put some insurance on the stop. eta Gamma scores on his sprint by Vivian aft BETA GAMMAS 19-DELTA THETA 18 In a hardfought ball game in Javelina Sta- dium, the girls from the Beta Gamma soror- ity downed the Delta Theta sorority in the first annual Powder Puff Bowl game. De- spite many bruises on both teams, the game was a huge success. K S 207 Corky Crane was named the Sweetheart of the Powder Puff Bowl. Cor- ky's flowers are being presented by B e r t h a Center and Nancy Rab- ke. vw" B. J. Palmer is shown sweeping the Beta Gam- ma end. Also shown is Ruth Dietz. .., ...r- -11-U' 'Yi N., 'ni' "' Qu S' 1 An ,.A. F: 'v N - Y ' ,. ..',,-'- h U 1 13' 5 .. !',1 I If 11' 'lil' 'fm -TLV .GQ I '57 1 if FIRST ROW: Billy Kromer, Wally Mayer, Ber Henry, Walker Sanders, Don McDonald. SECOND ROW: Charles Daniel, Gary Griffith, Connie Klooster, Ted Dockery, Charles Wiginton. BASKETBALL A861 OPPONENTS 87 University of Corpus Christi 47 79 University of Corpus Christi 71 59 University of Houston 67 61 Baylor University 71 79 Texas Lutheran College 59 72 Trinity University 67 73 Texas Lutheran College 37 61 St. Mary,s University 56 90 St. Mary's University 64 60 Trinity University 70 37 'Stephen F. Austin 56 40 'East Texas State 50 71 'Howard Payne College 75 61 'Sul Ross State ' 65 57 'Southwest Texas State 73 59 'Southwest Texas State 95 71 'Howard Payne College 75 67 'Lamar Tech 76 65 'Sam Houston State 63 68 'Sul Ross State 55 55 'East Texas State 68 44 'Stephen F. Austin State 5 5 59 'Sam Houston State 67 66 'Lamar Tech 72 'Lone Star Conference games Season Record: won 10, lost 14 210 Conference Record: won 3, lost 11 Sanders C131 goes IH for a layup Dockery C19j ready for a TREE n.',1'-,gf f 'bbs P'-'V DON MCDONALD sf! its ' c'i1'3-F if 'ilszfrl . A F5 '. ,M - A V'l,i '..ees ' f 5: i X V s' '.w-, .J 1 , f 1 i 2 i in i , w fi ' ii 17 ' Wig U75 goes up for a goal while Mayer Q12j looks on. Mayer QIZJ shoots from the corner against St. Mary's University. 19 ,gl-f WALLY MAYER Guard Aransas Pass Four Letters T -fn f N ,V .xl V-bs ix'-M- A f il i .- , 'R f " 1 :. Y A f , r M.. , ' g . nv-til-ZF?" ' - - rg, 51'-FF 3 , ' e:wf1f5'r-'iw L- g 4 is , 1. 1: 1 fi 1 ' T :gs .. - - ' I ,.-I I. ' ' - i .1 :N-, -' " 13' ci . , , -jr,.-, A . . Y I :y ', K Q -',v'f. ., .T'J'. ' ' fl- K" -I' 1 - ,,.,.A,,, :V L 5 I A- -5 :Q '.,ti'.' l' .aqltll ' A U I var-ti 4. ' .1 ., , fbi., E . 'A v . CHARLES WIGINTON C enler Calallen Two Letters ' CONRAD KLOOSTER ww. - I f ' gf v L 'A 'Sv Y ,' Center t ' . " Charlevoix Mich. One Letter YD' .ng 131' qv: 1. lm ,f 3 Y 4. W li J ' TED DOCKERY V Center San Antonio 1.-. '42 - 1 K G 'v . - ef L Griffith f20j hooks one from way out while Dockery 1195 waits up under. TWO I-CffCfS 213 Klooster f18j flips in two points against East Texas State. 5 V V .. -f 1 A' .J ., , J 1. Q... V I: l U--1 wtfx -. ,, ,., w J! Fr H -- "P ".Iv7.!-VL, A 1 Mk' -13:51 ' - ' Ee 1 1 '1111 1 1 1-' L M 4 3 N11- 41 . .. . MF f r ' :4j,U.g111 'I,'4L9i-21 1 11.1. .-V 1.3, . 'nl' - Il LQ3" 51" if-ka I?-'f1?':'g'N ' 'LFE ' NVQ.. - m T.. 'iiiftf' ,1 - L., 9 15 111 W 111 mimi: , Kromer f1Oj scores a vxtal basket lfl fadmg seconds agamst St Mary s Umversxty ff J , yu I4 C. W. KROMER coAcH TED CARLEY will have Gum! 1 five lettermen back to make up the San Antonio nucleus of the 1957-58 team. The Squadman veteran cage coach loses Walker Sanders, Wally Mayer, and Charles Wiginton but Don McDonald, Ted Dockery, Billy Kromer, Gary Grif- fith and Connie Klooster will be back. Daniel U61 hits goal in A8cI's victory over Texas Lutheran. ' . ' K ' Y "Om - in . ll. CHARLES DANIEL Center Mt. Belview Squaclman I ' 1 .- "if linkin. " ,av xl I ,, l v--W. i . . PEM., ' x 3 .vfhf i FIRST ROW: Robert Dickens, Bob Richardson, George Brown, Andy White, Bob McKinney. SECOND ROW: Doyle Christian, Don Patrick, Rodney Robb, Joe Myers, Harry Gallenkamp, Bill Morris. TRACK The Javelina cindermen started off the season by placing fifth in the Border Olympics, March 9. Eight Hoggies placed in the meet. The track team had several other meets before reaching the climax of the season, the Conference meet. This year, the team was coached by Gil Steinke. 216 B 35' I Q-,V iq .weft z- 'ma mai. - . P, J-1'v,f?',V:,'4,,W1 - ',,'.l51,:f'f'r2'j1kj9:E' Lift ', "qn.9i.'1 gl r A , '.:,,, , ,l. '.r,.'.lzL"1'q' -'aft 'iff Z prflysift ae1iiea.w:b1::va:af FROM LEFT: Ronald Blanton, Linn Fisher, Jack Nelson, Buzzy Murphy, Mike Bryan, Bob Clark Dr. William Leckie. NOT PICTURED: Dick Garcia, Bob Kirkpatrick, Ralph Waters. This year, for the first time, Texas A811 had a golf team and its members did very Well for themselves. They participated in the Border Olympics and the Conference meet plus several other team matches. Dr. Leckie coached the team. They used the facili- ties of the Kingsville Country Club for practice and tournaments. 217 1 GOLF u, H' I Rx I I N T 5-JL, I ur 4 'o f I I U I Y I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I 1 . ...f T WJ 1 3-1 y ' W1 'eb . - - , ff .- ak- ,ig JK - G, ' 1 'L - , - !-,. Af-if 1, 5 'VT' ' , 5Q'.1f,. 1, 3 yi -.lgrsi '-.,f, Z V Q L' Q. '3'J'jv..w'L' 1 2'r'v'1.',, 1 ',.:v'.'- -.. '- . V .VH-'-V 'r-"" .fr flu f f -,. -.-wr-pr , E ,ggzgi .1 -fe - if - 1.-.n Y. '- H .: :2:ff'9'i fE'-faq Y. 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Q , ,N Q -'A V. i 6 g 4' ' " .bU"'b'yr ,si 'U . ,99oi'fu QQ. L...-i ,ga M.. " W V. ff- ifl- 1 4 Sm-. ' ' 1 may - 5135.1 L ,Q W M..-,AL ', I W 1 5 fi , 1 1 M .A A f 1. B 4 I J' I lif 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' N ' 4 1 W aw 9- "4 Q - aff s Q , 'ag !w A- Q C QQ 5,2 ,E , mf? J If 's'x If Y! 'Qi 'Q'aG'4 o.,a if fm- -ia W Y Z Z - 'dan CJ Freshmen Carolyn Couch, Jimmie Grant, and Ann Lewis are trying to decide what to do first, now that they are enrolled at A8cI. Q: Q , ,, 1957 wa s a big year for A8zI, as is shown in the big crowd around the Biology Departments table during fall registration. Six freshmen boys tried out for cheerleader at the variety show held at the Union Ball- i ' room, the winner being Kay Kanipe, Corpus Christi. 72 f Q .J 45 1.5 'ii is .y D . A i J I I N. 'Is Y. w 'Q The Hoggie cheerleaders lead the student body in some yells at the first pep rally of the year. JF' . . . , Q, - D 4+- Jr .TS Pantless Sammy Bishop gives one of the Frosh a f ree' shave while the cheerleaders look on. S hirt-Tail parade. This is a part of the crowd that gathered in front of the Texas Theatre to watch the climax of the x X L I ,D im L new this year was the before-game poster parties. Here Bertha Center, Frank McAllister, Tommy Chutz, and Bishop are at work. 221 Needless to say, this is the upper for the Shirt-Tail parade. classmen preparing the freshman boys vi . 1" if? pgs 1, , - , J ' 'ia , "- I ' :- 1 , ., . is .M-mm ' ' fi W ,if ,Egg K V HJULIUS CAESAR" The Footlights Club,s presentation of this Shakespearea play was witnessed by thousands in its five-night run. was the first of several major productions of the year. f' SEX F W i . img., L ' Portia fKay Ashworthj pleads with Brutus QLarry B'dd' t h h' ' f 'th h . I ISDH, O S are is gnc W1 er Brutus and Cassius fSherry Hartsalj discuss the plot to assassinate Caesar. The soothsayer warns Caesar to beware the Ides of March. 'V N 2 1 g .fl U' , - gin' A Q 2 . Q- I . - , 'i ,X X f 1 I 1 , A , it - f i ' -if at l -N Q, "l"L"i " " u..,,V ,V , ggi' Q ' i -- . F F T" L'irff s f5't-'-- 1'5" i s iJin '. A 1 A - ' 1 af:-f'1:r?5s.1 . Lg, 7.1 fi Fi ',L,f--.-.mg ' Adj- , +515 -f - , wg., 1,75-1-,gg 5. iw :' P' i-NUI"-1-11.....,,5j: ' --. ,, uh, 'Ain Q"xi"Mf , if -- ' , ' i1L7isl',?."lvf3l.i-n-q,'k'1INW-7,i' m f R41-f.-Sidi 5+-if Q ' ' ,- . we 1' ' ' 'H'..-'T-L -y3 . ,.a' .M., gzm,E'.,. ',f f f -"IZ -"ll 'L J iL?.fiQ.L."' 222 ' '1- t I-9 0 I ' ' Q 1 . K' M A 4 'r - ,. 4 " I I if u 1 ' if 3' -Q...f"' wg, x , ' , u , 1,1 ,-,A-""" h'x.,,--ff"- M .1 I lf! !-s,,- . 5 ' fff -fif'v- X M ,ff f ' x. X ,. L ,f fr 'QQ it f' -'J 2'-Ai, . 1 H- - A X f . .. , 1 J ,Q -,A,!, . x 1 NX N -xr, If f 'Jf 'lv 'f , X X in-'Q L' 'V X -.,,.f fr, XXWXU A,.,-f ,., 1-Z ,,f nw , ' 5 v "i"7 "1-2 5 . - 5 E' ,hh The good shepherds, portrayed by Gilbert Burrell and Larry Biddison, have just found that the not-so-good shepherd fDarrell Vaughterj has stolen their sheep. "THE SECOND SHEPHERDS' PLAY" This play was the highlight of the Christmas season for the dramatics department. A medieval English play, it was the second such play presented by the Footlights Club. After the play, a light supper was given in honor of a portion of the faculty. The three Good Shepherds, Larry Biddison, Roland T. Norris, T. Gilbert Burrell, discuss the night's activ- ities. 4 H The final scene of the play finds Barbara Petty, Darrell Vaughter, joanlee Smith, Faye Maiville, Gilbert Burrell, Larry Biddison, Ronnie Norris all on stage. 1 i f gg' PT: ., f ,,wJ-w-qs1'Qg- FRESHMAN FOLLIQES 1956 This annual event was presented in jones Auditorium December 6. This year the follies were presented in the form of a television pro- gram. The event was a success. Patty King and Kathy Davenport did a smgmg QU commercial. e Seven delightful models presented what the well dressed girl should wear this year. Al Hunter stole the show with his rendition of several popular songs. i 3 ,f .' -,ig J X .t 5170! -55 -L I'-nl" n Q lglxr ,knit . e ,il .Q I. I 1 A I I I f. li. I M The Freshmen had their own version of "Elvis Presley". The talented young man is Eddie Giese. 225 at TI I .2 as W, is 34 i ,ff- A-is 1 A ,Ex I . 3 K. 7 E , W , I Dr. Glock tries his hand - - l . . . . at submerging Dr. McCrocklin. 4g " v . 7. ,. l . Y GW' , e v-3.4 'W -.sk F. , H , l r l .sk 'X - c .,' F ' 1 l I The B. A. Club sponsored a penny pitch at this year's S.U.B. u I 3 . Carnival. Attendants are Louie Korenek and Charles Stewart. 1 A. "Onl 15C a throw" sa s Barbara Rasco tr in to talk someone into throw- . Y . Y .1 Y 8 ing a pie at one of her Beta Gamma sisters. K-1 '4 ,um-f,-gi N- .1 . -,. A. -.. , , l ,lu I Helen Shultz was the turnkey for the WRA jail. . S. U. B. CARNIVAL ,...,J vii Q 'Paula Baldwin was C Miss Hotlipsh by BHQ0Iv2ned ell. and Mrs McCrocklm give the KissOMeter a workout James Butler and Katheryn Elias won a string of pearls and i PRESS CLUB DANCE a lighter for having the best corsage. Several couples gather up balloons at the Press Club Backward Dance, one of the best dances of the year by reason of ingenious entertainment provided. . f- -SHHAL2 ,f,4,..:l,, l Af ' l C 'E' No happy faces here. This is where every student must pay his fees u' ' . 4 1 ' ff php Q Larry Hickham buys a magazine from "Pop" Lanier, owner of one of the landmarks around the campus, the "T-jacf' Sul Ross couldn't stop the Hoggies, but a flat tire did. The incident happened on their way back from Alpine. tai H7 Coach Steinke presents a letter blanket to Hall Whit- .jr ley, A8cI's second team Little All-American. '-J, W7 l I. s Y "lux ' , The free dance sponsored by the A.W.S. was a gala affair and a fine time was had by all -Qi' afar , i i l twelve freshmen Calendar girls were high point of the Variety Show. E It if tiwlfk l i c.. f. V, .6 'n , Q- x Q, '. , ' f - ' . 1 I an Pe, hi ,' ,T 1, tiaif' ,. 2 v' Ji Q " t 4 KRW it V N 1 I 1 tl I ! if Y lx f J ,if 'ff v 3 fi- Q Xl - Q it W A l The annual Dacl's Day celebration was highly successful this year. Here, several of the Dads are shown at the barbecue given in their honor at the King Ranch. McKinney, baritone, and Kay Kanipe, tenor, in of the Opera Wforkshop productions, ,I Q, i l l i ' 4 . i l I -I . avr- v-if -r 1 J 1,5 it F3 Q 1 Y ef Lunch time at the Goode Boarding House. E Freshman boys are having "fun" in the lounge of May Hall The 1956-57 edition of the Blue Notes, under the direction of james May, played for important campus functions. rr, on r, -, .E ,J ,nal .lr A spontaneous pep rally is under way in front of Loftin Hall. 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