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

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Sponsor Portrait photography McEowen Studio Hail A 8a I We pledge anew Aims that are high, Devotion deep and true. And though the years roll by Still loyal each heart To A 8: I! I w I W 1 WI-10,5 WHO he if- E9-'lv if 1261"- 45 0 RONNIE AVERY Corpus Christi Senior, Biology Biology Clubg German Clubg Reserve Officers Associationg Tau Delta Chig Head Cheerleader, 11963-19643 ' ' SHARON ASHER San Antonio Senior, English-Journalism A.W.S.g Newman Clubg Sopho- more Class Reporterg South Tex- an, C1960-19645 MARY ALICE BAINGO Mercedes Senior, Spanish Alpha Chi, secretary C1963- 1964Jg Cap and Gown, vice presi- dent C1963-1964bg Gold Jackets, Newman Club, secretary 41962- 19637 A8zI A Cappella Choir, vice president C1962-1963bg A8zI Sing- ersg Junior Class Treasurer: Rob- ert G. Flannery Award 1?-are HCS MARY JOYCE BECK Normanna Senior, Secondary Education L a n t a n a Lady 0.963-196415 ROTC Ladyg Gold J acketsg Alpha Sigma Sorority, president 11963- 1 9 6 415 Inter-Sorority Councilg Student Council, secretary C1963- 1964Jg Junior Class Reporter, Band: Twirler WHO MELVIN BOHANNON Tynan Senior, Secondary Education ROTC' Cadet Colonel, 11963- 196435 Kings Rifles, executive of- ficer C1963-1964Jg Reserve Officers Association, treasurer C1963-19640' ROTC Sergeant Majorg Baugli Hall president. lqb, f. "A, ,fi ,'v f, 1 . .3 SIDNEY BLANKS Del Rio Senior, Industrial Arts "T" Associationg Track Teamg Nominated A11-American, 2nd team 119623, lst team C1963Dg Nominated A11-Conference, C1961- 1962-1963D5 Selected to NAIA All- American, lst team C1963J s m s m m an LUAN' BURCHERS Kingsville Senior, English Delta T h e t ag Inter-Sorority Councilg Tennis Teamg SEAg SCONE. Hasan 5 W a- WILLIAM LOUIS BURGIN Hondo ' General Busmessl Business Administration Club ea w QE X 4 Wuxi us Jifi as 1 as Mingus a ,B ss ns- an -W'saW,xs" s as QESQWVE -Va H musw -.fin .EC ,-sygefw ,,. amate- nfs an a ua'gfs?m-B - mx M ss ,,. wg? H - a KH an ' mm E .,f!,F N s E h m a a eq' s s HEI www nl a s E s s H s s s H s E a-a a- Us Ewa EM sins B8 It Ba a a - f Q K' af N a- nm M -H ,Jim-5 I a - as H3 E g s s me -25 as Breda Hs?Q1WX.f H . W H. 'Emi Ha- is Mft' .EI W m an JERRY DANIEL Muncie, Indiana Senior, HPE Basketball, four letters, captain for two years, HPE Club, presi- dentg Poteet Dorm Council, Hon- .orable Mention All-Conference Basketball, two years CAROL CHRISTOFFEL Pharr Senior, Education Cap and Gown, Newman Clubg Alpha Chi, AWSQ SEA , m,.,.., DALE LYNN DRAWE Mercedes Senior, Agriculture Education Aggie Club, FFAQ Alpha Tau Alphag Alpha Chi, Senior Class Reporter, B. D. Holt Sz Co. Schol- arship H075 WOODY HAGEN Gonzales Senior, Electrical Engineering Student Council, four years, president, vice president, Sigma Tau, president, Tau Delta Chig CCUN, president: Track, three yearsg "T" Association, secretary- treasurer H 1 WI-ICD PATSY KNIGHT Kenedy Senior, Secondary Education Cousins Hall Dorm Council, president C1961-625, AWS, presi- dent C1962Jg Cap and Gown, presi- dent C1963-64J: Gold Jackets, A8zI Bandg Math Club JERRY JACOBS Weslaco Senior, Agronomy Horticulture Club, president C1962-6355 Aggie Clubg Alpha Tau, treasurer C1962-633, s e c r e t a r y 1196355 Senior Class Officer C1963- 647g Student Council PHILIP McCO'RMICK Kingsville Senior, Business Accounting Society, vice presi- dent C1963-64Jg Alpha Chi, vice vice president C1963-6495 Student Council, Young Democrats '5'ma.ws.s-arhf sw " swag sw Esau was DIANE LANGWORTHY Adkin Senior, Secondary Education A8cI Singersg SEAQ Band, Stu- dent Councilg Choirg Gold Jack- etsg Eckhardt Dorm Councilg AWS, treasurer mm ggi mt BH its E at WEE E - Saw E kg tiff? ax A, Q .,.. , 5 ,LV "L-. :-alfa.: , '-. -.171.,, ga it , :-:tj -was Jie, X- i 'N-, as 1 H251 .:.--E1 gay, s rs-.., , -, M na. af- ,.,:-3:.,.f swans sus. D . xx :.: ,E , jg?-F :sl Y 1, LMA ss Q'--H . +5 - T. .a...-- ,,f"g- I .,ss,., H 'i :mn L nal ww, 9 FELIPE MENDOZA Laredo Senior, Government President of Young Democrats C1963-6435 Laredo Club, president C1961-623g King's Riflesg Spanish Clubg second year Who's Who is 'E H E E ggma TARA McQUERREY . Kingsville Senior, English President of Delta Theta C1962- 63Jg A8zI Singers, Vice President of Sophomore Classg Gold Jack- etsg Bandg Choir an B Ee - a an was mx - mm ms 'W is HOS BOBBY NEDBALBK Taft Senior, Agriculture "Aggie of the Year" C19637g Aggie Club, president C1961-6333 Student Council, vice president C1962-6333 Alpha Tau Alpha, sec- retary C1962--6373 ROTC Cadet Major: Horticulture Club: Seale Hall Dorm Council, ROTC' Of- fg:1er's Clubg second year W'ho's o fi' Q WILLIAM MORGAN Corpus Christi Senior, Electrical Engineering Sigma Taug Alpha Chi: IEEE, vice president 119633 10 I-I0 PAUL WETHEROLD Harlingen Senior, Electrical Engineering Sigma Tau, historian C1963-645g Alpha Chi, president 11962-6453 IEEE, president C1963-643, secre- tary C1962-6335 Newman Club, parliamentarian C1962-6355 TSPEg CP8zL Scholarshipg Seale Hall Dorm Councilg Seale Hall Dorm Manager liek 'E f "wc x 1 PETE STERLING Bay City Senior, Biology Tau Delta Chi, president 11962, 6435 Inter-Fraternity C 0 u n ci 1, president 1196495 Biology Club, parliamentarian 119641 ' M W Kew - are as BF E E maxim as gge?' QSi is amd :::w:.:l. .:.:: 5, Ss in muammns MW,-Sits, if WEEE saws . ggi ' DARRELL WHITLOCK Mercedes Senior, Government Student Union Governing Board, chairman C1963-196455 Tau Delta Chi Fraternity, reporter C1962-19633, vice president C1963- 1964Jg South Texan. assistant edi- tor f1963Jg Reserve Officers Asso- ciation, vice president C1963- 1964Dg Student Council, treasurer 11963-196435 Circle K Clubg Rifle Team, captain C1962-196435 Na- ggmgigl Rifle Association, 1960- ..-W ROBERT FRASER Beeville Junior, Engineering President of Junior Classg Co- Captain of Rifle Tealng Tau Delta Chig Zeta Chi Beau n VE' 1 5 , i IDF' , .- 1i 1 i 1 --.- ,.- pi a 1 S: n is E. msgs "un ROBERT HAGGERTON Kingsville Junior, Journalism -X sawn an is - mag M I V a South Texan Editor, C1963- 1964Jg King's Riflesg Tau Delta Chig Footlights Clubg ROTCQ Press Clubg Canterbury Clubg Young Republicans, secretary C1963-19647 NQH W. EE lm 5? Q s msswmmss mage: an a Lwdmssea was Q mam BARBARA NELSON GOO-DE Kingsville Junior, Math Alpha Chig Cap and Gown H1 .HE l E ,Ha I s 1 H . ul x- ', me as W , E H izstmg J ' JOHN HOWE Kingsville Junior, Physics Rifle teamg Track teamg ROTCQ Alpha Phi Omegag Physics Clubg Student Councilg ROAQ Alpha Chi: German Club SA E M J. it -,.,4 2:5- HUS IRMA MONTEMAYOR Laredo Junior, Music Education Gold Jacketsg Alpha Chig Cap and Gowng MENCg Laredo Clubg A8zI Singersg A8zI Choirg 1962 Homecoming Queen w W 1 w r ELIZABETH LOONEY NELSON Kingsville Junior, Elementary Education Zeta Chip CCUNQ AWSQ Inter- Sorority Council ..., 5 , :':::-,.:.5:::,.:- Bfa H! H m W MARGOT ORTEGON Kingsville Junior, Spanish HE Clubg Spanish Clubg Foot- lights Clubg Press Clubg Newman Clubg El Rancho. class editor C1962-19631, Editor C1963-196473 AWS: Young Democrats' Club . AJ: ANNE PARKER San Antonio Junior, Education Alpha Sigma Sororityg Inter- Sorority Council, secretaryg SUB Governing Boardg Lady-in-Wa1t- ing, 19635 SEAg Junior Class vice presidentg Canterbury Club be WHOBS WHO AMO G Tl-IE SEN IORS 1 - A - AMELIA IDALIA AGUIRRE Home Economics: Home Economics Club, Span- ish Club, Student Education Association EMILIO V. ALDAPE, JR. Government and Spanish: Laredo Club fserg- eant-at-arms, 1963-641, Spanish Club, Young Democrats, Student Education Association CATHERINE WISE ALLEN Psychology: Footlights Club fsecretary, 1961-62, president, 1962-631, Alpha Psi Omega Qsecretary, 1962-63, president, 1963-641, Alpha Chi, Psycho- logy Club fvice president, 1963-641 JUDY ALLISON Home Economics: Alpha Sigma Sorority Chistor- ian, 1961-62, secretary, 1962-631, Home Economics Club fvice president, 1962-631, Gold Jackets Cre- porter, spring 1963, treasurer, fall 1963, Lan- tana Duchess C1963, senior class1, Kappa Omi- cron Phi, Student Education Association JESSE ALVARADO Secondary Education - English: Newman Club, Hispano Club, Student Education Association EDNA NORAALVAREZ Elementary Education: Band 11961-621, I-Iispano Club, Student Education Association, ACE, Young Democrats fcorresponding secretary, 1963-641 EDITH AMSDEN Secondary Education - English: Student Edu- cation Association , RAY DOUGLAS ASHBURN English: Student Education Association SHARON KAY ASHER English and Journalism: AWS, Newman Club, Sophomore Class reporter, South Texan freport- er, 1960-61, business manager, 1963, sports edi- tor, 1963-641 BETTY ATKINSON Elementary Education: ACE, Student Education Association, AWS GERALD BABBITT Music Education: MENC, Alpha Chi, Men of Music, SEA, Adzl Band Cmanager, 1962-63, pres- ident, 1963-641, Brass Choir, Chamber Orchestra WILLIAM CONRAD BAILEY History: Young Democrats, Alpha Chi, SEA MARY ALICE BAINGO Spanish, Alpha Chi fsecretary, 1963-641, Cap and Gown fvice president, 1963-641, Gold Jackets, Newman Club Csecretary, 1962-631, A8zI A Cap- pella Choir fvice president, 1962-631, A8zI Sing- ers, Junior Class treasurer, Robert G. Flannery Award, Who's Who C1963-641, Student Advisory Council ARTHUR 'DAN BAKER Agronomy: Aggie Club, Horticulture Club SAMMIE BARING Health. Physical Education: HPE Club Csecre- tary, 1963-641, WRA fpresident, 1963-641 FELIX del BARRIO, III Accounting: Business Club, Accounting Society J INX BEAUCHAMP Home Economics: Alpha Sigma Sorority fparlia- mentarian, 1963-641, Home Economics Club tsec- retary, 1963-641, SEA PATSY BECKER Home Economics: Kappa Omicron Phi fpresi- dent, 1962-631, Gold Jackets fvice president, spring 1963, president, fall 19631, Home Econo- mics Club, SEA, Lewis Hall Council fpresident, 19631, Lantana Representative fKappa Omicron Phi, 19631, Newman Club -B- RUDY BENDIXEN, JR. Chemical Engineering: Alpha Phi Omega, TSPE Creporter, 1963-641, CSCE- fsecretary, 1963-641, Chemistry Club - JON CHARLES BERGSTROM Psychology: Alpha Phi Omega, Psi Chi GILBERT C. BERMEA. History: TSTA, History Club, Newman Club ROBERT QBOBBY1 W. BIRDWELL, JR. General Business: Aggie Club, Rodeo Club Csec- retary-treasurer, 1960-611, NIRA Rodeo Team, ROTC, King's Rifles, Business Club ELLEN BISHOP Elementary Education: TSTA, ACE GENE BARDELL BODWELL Elementary Education: NEA, TSTA, ACE, His- tory Club, Young Democrats Csecretary, 1963-641, Alpha Phi Omega, Karate Club, Off-Campus Student Organization, CCF KENNETH J . BOENIG General Business: May Hall Dorm Council, Busi- ness Club MELVIN QSPEEDY1 BOHANNON Secondary Education -- History: ROTC Ccadet colonel, 1963-641, King's Rifles texecutive officer, 1963-641, ROA ftreasurer, 1963-641, Baugh Hall Dorm Council fpresident, 1963-641, Distinguished Military Student, 1963-64 LELA ELOIS BOONE Elementary Education: Band, Beta Gamma So- rority Ccorresponding secretary, 1961-62, vice president, 1962-631, Gold Jackets tchaplain, 19621, Alpha Chi, SEA ftreasurer, 1963-641, ACE fvice president, 19631 , AWS, Cousins Hall Dorm Coun- cil fvice president, 19631 ROY MASSEY BRAND Chemistry: Chemistry Club, German Club JOHN BREMER Agricultural Education: ATA freporter, 1962-63, president, 1963-64, delegate to national conven- tion, 19631, FFA ftreasurer, 1963-641, Horticulture Club, Aggie Club fparliamentarian, 1961-621 ESTHER BRIGGS Home Economics: Home Economics Club Chistor- ian and reporter, 1963-641, AWS Ksecretary, 1963, vice president, 1963-641, Baptist Student Union, SEA BARBARA M. BROWN Psychology: Cap and Gown, Psi Chi JAMES C. BROWN General Engineering: AIEE, TSPE, OGE DAVID BRUMMETT Psychology: APO, Psi Chi LUAN BURCHERS English: Inter-Sorority Council fsecretary, 1961- 62, vice president, 1962-63, president, 1963-641, Delta Theta Sorority freporter, 1961, treasurer, 1963, vice president, 1963, ISC representative, 1960-641, Tennis Team, SEA, SCONA Qrepresen- tative, 1963-641, Who's Who WILLIAM LOUIS BURGIN General Business: BA Club CLAYTON E. BURNS ggriculture Education: Aggie Club, FFA, Rodeo lub DALE CORNELIUS BURNS Accounting: Accounting Society fsecretary, 1963- 641 JAMES E. BUSH Music Education: A8aI Choir, Opera Workshop, A8zI Singers, MENC, A8zI Band ROSANELIA BUSTAMANTE Secondary Education - Home Economics: Home Economics Club -C- BRIAN W. CAIN Biology: Biology Club, Newman Club FARRON L. CAMP Marketing: A8zI Band, Business Administration Club, ROTC Cadet, Csecond lieutenant1, Reserve Officers Association, National ROTC Band As- sociation JOSE CAMPOS Biology: Biology Club, Laredo Club, Newman Club VIDAL CANTU, JR. Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club Cpresident, 1963-641 Alpha Chi, Laredo Club MANUEL G. CARRILLO, JR. Health, Physical Educaltion CAROLINE CARSON Elementary Education: SEA, ACEI, AWS MARY FRANCES CARUSO Secondary Education - History and English: Footlights Club, Laredo Club, Sigma Del Psi fvice president, 19611, Press Club fsecretary, 1963-641, El Rancho organization editor, Stu- dent Council Student Advisory Council, Lynch Hall Council, Lantana Mistress of Ceremonies, Miss Summertime 119631 RALPH P. CARUTHERS Business Administration: APO Csecond vice pres- ident, 19621, King's Rifles, ROTC battalion staff, Distuinguished Military Student, Who's Who, Head cheerleader, Junior Class fpresident, 196'1- 621, Student Council, Business Club ANGELINA CASTILLEJA Home Economics and Spanish: Home Economic Club, Spanish Club, Newman Club KEITH A. CAULEY Health, Physical Education: H.P.E. Club ftreas- urer, 1963-641, Student Intramural director, Kingsville Club ELDA PEREZ CHAPA Elementary Education MIDGIE CHRISTIAN Mathematics: SEA, AWS, Math Club, Lynch Hall Dorm Council WILLIAM EARL CLEMENTS Physics: Alpha Chi, Physics Club ftreasurer, 1962-63, vice president, 1963-641, American Insti- tute of Physics, Campus Christian Fellowship, Mathematics Club Csecretary-treasurer, 1961-62, president, 1962-631 CODODAC COLCHADO Elementary Education: Young Democrats Club, Newman Club SUSIE COLYER Elementary Education: AWS, Business Club, EISA, Cap and Gown, ACE Cvice president, 1963- RONNIE MARK COOK Accounting: ROTC, Intramural swimming, 1961- 63, Accounting Society JANE EVELYN COPE Secondary Education - History and Biology: Alpha Chi, SEA, Lynch Hall Dorm Council, Student Union hospitality and coffee hour com- mittee AURALIA CORONA Business Education: SEA, Hispano Club, Young Democrats, Newman Club CHARLES COTHRAN Secondary Education: Basketball team Q3 letters1, HPE Club, "T" Association ftreasurer, 1963-641, SEA ANNIE RUTH COWAN Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club Qtreasurer, 1961-63, vice president, 1963-641, AWS, Alpha Chi JAMES CRUMLEY English: Alpha Chi ANNE MARIE CRUZ Elementary Education: TSEA, ACE, Alpha Chi, Honor Roll, 1962-63 . JANIE CRUZ Elementary Education: Newman Club, Young Democrats, ACE, Hispano Club W. B. CUNNINGHAM 1 General Business ... 13 - JERRY LEE DANIEL Health. Physical Education: Basketball Q4 let- ters, captain, 1962-631, HPE Club fvice president, 1962-63, president, 1963-641, Who's Who, Poteet Dorm Council MARY JACKSON DANIELS Secondary Education J EANIE CAROLYN DAVIS Elementary Education: SEA G. C. DEAN JR. General Agriculture: Freshman Chemistry Award, ATA fvice president, 1961-621, Aggie Club, ROA Award Cfresh1nan1, Outstanding RO- TC Band member, Alpha Chi SARA ANN DICKENS Elementary Education WALTER E. DOERFLER Secondary Education - Government JOHN C. von DOHLEN, JR. Accounting DALE LYNN DRAWE Agriculture Education: Aggie Club, FFA, ATA fvice president, 1962-63, secretary, 1963-641, Al- pha Chi, Senior Class reporter, Outstanding Scholastic Achievement in Agriculture, 1961-63, B. D. Holt 8: Co. Scholarship, 1962-64 WALTER D. DuBOSE Secondary Education - Government: Student Union Amateur Radio Committee Cstation man- ager, 1963-641, SEA, BSU CAROL RUTH DUNCAN Elementary Education: Eckhardt Dorm Council, ACE, SEA 1 EVELYN DUNCAN Music Education: MENC freporter, 1963-641, Choir, Band, Lantana Duchess, 1963 NELSON DUNN General Business: Business Administration Club - E - BARBARA JACQUELYN EATON Psychology: Psi Chi, SEA, AWS CHARLES MICKEY EDENS Chemistry: Chemistry Club fparliamentarian, 1963-641, Student Union Amateur Radio Com- mittee Cstation manager, 1962-631 DENA RUTH EDWARDS Accounting: Accounting Society frepresentative to Lantana Court, 19631 SALLY L. ESCOBAR Speech: Newman Club, Footlights Club ARGELIA R. ESTRIN GEL Home Economics: Home Economics Club JENENE EVANS Home Economics: Home Economics Club, Gold Jackets, Kappa Omicron Phi fvice president, 1963-641, Dean's List C1962-631, Lewis Hall Dorm Council, AWS - 12' .. ROYCE RUDELL FEASTER Art YOLANDA FLORES ' Elementary Education: ACE, Newman Club, AWS, Eckhardt Hall Dorm Council ALLAN O. FOGLE Business Administration BEN FRANK FOSTER, JR. Business Administration: Sigma Rho fcharter member, vice president, spring 1962, pledge master, fall 19621, Inter-Fraternity Council fpres- ident, 19621 BILLY PAUL FRICKS Industrial Arts - G - GARY CARL GADEKE Animal Husbandry: ROTC, Rodeo Club, Aggie Club fparliamentarian, 1963, secretary, 19641 RODOLFO V. GARCIA Secondary Education - Mathematics: Newman Club, SEA ERNESTINA GARCIA Home Economics: Home Economics Club OUIDA B. GARNER Secondary Education - English: Alpha Chi, Cap and Gown CHARLES TERRY GARRETT Music: Band fpresident, 1962-631, Brass Choir, Orchestra, MENC ELEUTERIO GARZA, JR. Health. Physical Education OFELIA T. GARZA Elementary Education DIXIE GEORGE Secondary Education - English and History: NEA, English Club, AWS J OHNNIE PEARL GEORGE Elementary Education MARY ALICE GEORGE Elementary Education: Beta Gamma Sorority freporter, 1962, chaplain, 1963-641, NEA, CEA fvice president, 1963-641, CCUN fvice president, 1962-631, Young Democrats fsecretary, 19621, Stu- dent Union fpublicity chairman, 1963-641 RASSOUL N. GHADIMI Chemical Engineering: Chemical Engineering Club, International Club DAVID J. GLAZENER Psychology: BSU fexecutive council, 1961-631, International Student Forum fpresident, 1961- 621, ROA fpresident, 1963-641, ROTC Cadet Ma- jor, Psi Chi, Seale Hall Dorm Council Cpresident, 1963-641 JOSE LUIS GOMEZ Music Education - vocal: A8zI Singers, A8zI Concert Choir, MENC, Newman Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Lantana Production, Spanish Club ESTELLA RAMOS GONZALES El-ementary Education: SEA ROBERT GOODE, JR. Business Administration: Band, ROA SCOTT GREGORCYK Electrical Engineering: IEEE, TSPE, Newman Club, Baugh Hall Dorm Council fvice president, 1963-641, Sigma Tau MARIA DOLORES GUERRA Home Economics: Home Economics Club THEMIS R. GUERRA Business Education: Laredo Club, Newman Club, Bellas Artes Club ABDERRAHMAN GUESSOUS Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering -H- GENE WILBERT HANSEN Agricultural Education: Aggie Club ftreasurer, spring 1963, president, fall 19631, ATA, FFA, Eiale Hall Dorm Council Cvice president, 1963- DAVID LYNN HARRINGTON Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club, SEA KENNETH HAWKINS Secondary Education - History: Alpha Phi Ome- ga, SEA, Young Democrats, International Stu- dent Forum, History Club, Chemistry Club CALVIN HAYES General Business: Business Administration Club, "T" Association Ctreasurer, 1961-63, secretary, 1963-641, Poteet Hall Dorm Council WILLIAM F. HEMES Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club, Junior Class vice president, Sigma Rho ,Ccorresponding secretary-reporter, 1962, treasurer, 1962-631 SAMMY G. HENDERSON Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club, Sigma Rho Cvice president, 1962-631, Inter-Fraternity Council Cvice president, 1963-641 PHILLIP R. HENRY Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club, "T" Association JOAN CAROL HERING Business Administration: Alpha Tau Alpha Sweetheart, 1963-64, Business Administration Club, Senior Class secretary, Cousins Hall Dorm Council Qsecretary, 1962-641, AWS, Student Union Movie and Fine Arts Committee JOHNNY HERRERA Biology: ROTC Cadet Lieutenant, Football Team 11960-641, ROA, "T" Association, Biology Club ROLANDO HERRERA History: Laredo Club, Newman Club TED L. HILL Chemical Engineering: Campus Society of Chem- ical Engineers fsecretary, 1962-63, president, 1963-641 IRMA HINOJOSA Home Economics: Hispano Club, Home Econo- mics Club SUZANNE HOLMES Elementary Education: Baugh Annex Dorm Council fsecretary, 1962-631, Dean's List, 1962-63, A Cappella Choir, ACE, SEA, A8zI Singers' Lynch Hall Dorm Council, AWS, Alpha Chi EDWARD J . HOLUB Business Administration: A8zI Choir fpresident, 1962-63, stage manager, 1961-621, Business Ad- ministration Club, Newman Club Cvice president, 1962-631, Men of Music JOE W. HOWARD Education: "T" Association, Football team ffour years1 - 1 - DAVID LEWIS INCE Psychology: King's Rifles, Alpha Phi Omega, Psi Chi fpresident, 1962-63, 1963-641, Press Club - J' .- ROBERT MARVIN JACKSON Business Administration: Accounting Society, Business Club, Newman Club LINDA BAYER JACOB Art and English JERRY LEE JACOBS Agronomy: Aggie Club, Horticulture Club fpres- ident, 1962-631, Alpha Tau Alpha Ctreasurer, 1962-63, president, 19631, Senior Class Student Council representative, Who's Who BUDDE K. JOHNSON Psychology: Psi Chi J OANNE JOHNSON Home Economics: Home Economics Club, AWS JIM JOHNSTON General Business: Sigma Rho foutstanding pledge 1962, treasurer, 1963-641, Inter-Fraternity Council, Baptist Student Union fexecutive coun- cil, 19631, ROTC first lieutenant, ROA CHARLES R. JONES Elementary Education: ACE5 Alpha Chi EDWARD JUNGMANN Agriculture Education: FFA fsentinel, 1963-6415 ATA5 Aggie Club GERALD DONALD JURICA Business Administration: Business Clubg New- man Club5 ROTC first sergeantg King's Riflesg Sigma Rho Qcharter memberg secretary-treas- urer, 1961-625 president, 1963-641 - K - GEORGE J . KALLUS Marketing: Newman Clubg Business Administra- tion Club WALTER R. KELLEY Secondary Education - Industrial Arts GARY L. KNAPP Management: Business Administration Club PATSY KNIGHT Secondary Education - Mathematics: Cousins Hall Dorm Council Cpresident, 1961-6315 AWS Cpresident, 196215 Who's Whog Cap and Gown Cpresident, 1963-6415 Alpha Chig Gold Jackets5 A8zI Band5 SEA5 Math Club ROSEMARY KNIPPA Elementary Education: Alpha Chi5 Cap and Gown5 TSEA5 ACE JUDY KOLIBA Home Economics: Home Economics Club5 New- man Club MARY JANE KUBY Elementary Education: SEA5 Newman Clubg ACE fsecretary, 1963-641 .... L .- EDDIE W. LANGE General Engineering: Sigma Tau Ctreasurer, 1963-6415 Organization of General Engineers fvice president, 196315 Alpha Chig Seale Hall Dorm Council Csecretary-treasurer, 19631 DIANE LANGWORTHY Secondary Education - History and English: Band freporter, 1961-6215 Choirg AWS ftreasurer, 1962-6315 Eckhardt Dorm Council5 Student Coun- cilg Sophomore Class secretary-treasurer, 1961- 625 Lynch Hall Dorm Council Cchaplain, 1963-6415 Cap and Gown Csecretary, 1963-6415 Gold J ackets5 SEA5 A8aI Singers5 Who's Whog Dean's Listg Freshman Follies RANDY LANKFORD Biology: Biology Clubg Kappa Sigma Nu EDMOND DANIEL LEFNER Accounting: Accounting Society fparliamentar- ian, 1963-6415 Newman Club5 Business Adminis- tration Club JOHNNY LEYENDECKER General Engineering: Seale Hall Dorm Council tpresident, 1960-6115 Organization of General En- gineersg ROTC Cadet Captaing ROA MARGARET T. LOPEZ Elementary Education JOHN LOWE Mathematics: Basketballg "TH Association DORA GLORIA LOZANO Secondary Education - Spanish and English: I-Iispano Club freporter, 196315 Newman Clubg AWS JOE LUGO, JR. Industrial Arts: Alpha Phi Omega5 Young Re- publicans -. MC 1 J . PHILIP MCCORMICK Accounting: Accounting Society fvice president, 1963-6415 Alpha Chi fvice president, 1963-6415 Business Administration Clubg Student Advisory Council5 Student Councilg Young Democratsg Who's Who JIMMY EUGENE McCOY Secondary Education: SEA5 Biology Club JAMES DALE McFARLAND Business: Business Administration Club RITA RAY MCFATTER Elementary Education: AWS5 SEA5 ACE Qvice president, 196315 Lewis Hall Dorm Councilg A Cappella Choirg Freshman Lantana Duchess JACK T. MCKENZIE General Business: Sigma Rhog Business Admin- istration Club5 Young Republicans BARBARA McLESTER History and English BILLY C. MCMENAMY Accounting: Accounting Society -. M .- JESUS RUBEN MALDONADO Elementary Education: Phi Kappa Epsilong ROTC Rifle Teamg ROA5 ROTC Cadet Lieu- tenant CAROLYN SUE MARECEK Home Economics: Home Economics Club Qreport- er, 1962-635 vice president, 1963-6415 Kappa Omi- cron Phi Creporter, 1963-6415 AWS5 Gold Jackets fsecretary, 1963-6415 Phi Kappa Epsilong Cap and Gown SANDRA MARONEY Elementary Education MARGARET ANNE MARTIN Elementary Education: SEA5 ACE5 Newman Club ANGEL N. MARTINEZ, JR. Secondary Educaftion - History and Biology JOSE CONRADO MARTINEZ ' Management: Business Administration Club5 Newman Club HERBIE MAURER General Engineering: TSPE5 Organization of General Engineersg Lutheran Student Associa- tion NANCY MAYER English. and History WILLIAM J . MAYS Business Administration: Business Administra- tion Club LOIS SIMMONS MEANS l Elementary Education: ACE5 SEA5 TSTA BARBARA MECKLIN Government: Young Democrats Creporter, 19625 secretary, 196315 AWS5 South Texan staffg Press Club ROBERT WILLIAM MEITZEN Electrical Engineering: Amateur Radio Commit- teeg Alpha Phi Omega5 IEEE AMBROSE MELENDREZ Government: Alpha Phi Omega5 Laredo Clubg Young Democrats BEVERLEY JOAN MICHALK Psychology: Gamma Delta MARILYN MILLER Home Economics BILL C. MORGAN Electrical Engineering: Sigma Taug Alpha Chig IEEE Cvice president, 196315 Student Union Ama- teur Radio Committee Cvice president, 19625 pres- ident, 19631 KEN MORGAN Health. Physical Education: HPE Club PATSY MORGAN Elementary Education: SEA5 ACE fpublicity chairman, 1963-6415 Cousins Hall Dorm Council ftreasurer, 1963-641 BUDDY MUELLER Electrical Engineering: IEEE fsecretary, 1963-6415 TSPE5 Newman Club KENNETH RAY MUELLER Economics: Business Administration Club, Ger- man Club LE ROY E. MUENICH Secondary Education - Mathematics: Math Club, Baugh Hall Dorm Council fvice president, fall 1962, president, spring 19631, SEA RUDY HENRY MUNGUIA History: Spanish Club, ROA, ROTC Cadet, cap- tain of Band Company, SEA, History Club, Col- lege Band, CCF fsteering committee chairman1 ... N .. BOBBY NEDBALEK Agriculture: Aggie of the Year, 1963, Student Council Cvice president, 1963-641, Chairman of Election Committee, Aggie Club fpresident, 1962- 63, secretary, 1961-621, Alpha Tau Alpha fsecre- tary, 1962-631, ROTC Cadet Major, Horticulture Club, FFA, Seale Hall Dorm Council, Who's Who, ROA CONRAD LEE NEITSCH Agriculture Mechanics: Aggie Club, Horticulture Club STANLEY L. NELSON Secondary Education - Chemistry: Chemistry Club, King's Rifles, Tau Delta Chi Csecretary, 19621, Student Council Cgrievance committee, 19611, Inter-Fraternity Council representative, 1962 LUDIE NERIO Secondary Education - English: SEA, Texas As- sociation of German Students DANIEL RAY NESKORA Chemical Engineering: Alpha Chi, Tau Delta Chi, Sigma Tau fvice president, 1963-641 Campus Society of Chemical Engineers fvice president, 1963-641, Inter-Fraternity Council DONNIE NEWCOMB ' Agronomy: FFA, Alpha Tau Alpha, Aggie Club, B922-Epgist Student Union fenlistment chairman, 3 BARRY E. NIXON General Engineering: Organization of General Engineers ... 0 .. ELOY T. OCHOA Secondary Education - Business and History: Ngvgman Club, Business Administration Club, S TRUMAN T. OLSON Agriculture Education: FFA, Aggie Club, Senior Class president, Alpha Tau Alpha SANTIAGO OLVERA, JR. Animal Science: Aggie Club, Horticulture Club, International Student Forum JAMES ORSAK General Engineering: Baugh Hall Dorm Coun- cil, OGE ftreasurer, 1962-63, secretary, 1963-641, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, New- man Club, Baugh Hall Dorm manager - p ... MARIANA PALOMO Elementary Education: Student Education Asso- ciation, AWS, Newman Glub CAROL ANNE PEAY Elementary Education: Gold Jackets Csecretary- treasurer, 1962, president, 19631, SEA fsecretary, 1963-641, Lewis Hall Dorm Council, AWS, ACE GUADALUPE PERALES Elementary Education JULIO TREJ O PEREZ Elementary Education ROBERTO RENE. PEREZ Electrical Engineering: IEEE MICHAEL L. PERKINS Agronomy THOMAS J . PESEK Business Administration: Business Club, Circle K, Newman Club, ROTC Officer's Club ELRAE PHILLIPS English: SEA MILTON GEORGE PLOMARITY Biology: Biology Club fpresident, 1963-641 MRS. LENA PROKOP Elementary Education JOHN H. PULLIN Mathematics: Math Club, Texas Association of German Students - R - HOMER VERNE RAGLE Chemical Engineering: Band, Choir, Chemistry Club, TSPE, Campus Society of Chemical En- gineers BAHADUR RAJENDRA Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering: TSPE, AIME RAMIRO RAMIREZ Elementary Education: Laredo Club JAIME R. RAMOS Secondary Education: NEA GLORIA RANANOW Elementary Education: SEA, Association of Childhood Education, Lutheran Student Asso- ciation RUTH S. REIST Elementary Education MARY ANN REUTER ,Secondary Education - English and History JOHN ROBERT RICHTER Physics: Physics Club, Newman Club LARRY RICHTER General Agriculture: Lutheran Student Associa- tion fpresident, 1963-641, Aggie Club, Horticul- ture Club, Aggie Round-Up BILLIE RIVES Elementary Education XOCHITL RODRIGUEZ Business Administration: Laredo Club fsecre- tary, 1963-641, International Student Forum fsec- retary, 1962-641, Spanish Club, Business Club MAYTHER A. ROGERS Secondary Education - Mathematics: TSTA, NEA MONTE ROUQUETTE, JR. Agronomy: "T" Association freporter, 1962-641, Alpha Tau Alpha, Aggie Club, Sigma Rho GLORIA RUDOLPH Elementary Education: SEA, ACE RAUL RUIZ, JR. Secondary Education: Spanish Club - 5 - FIACRO SALAZAR, JR. Electrical Engineering: TSPE, IEEE JEANNE SALAZAR Elementary Education: Laredo Club Csecretary, 1962-63, reporter 1963-641, NEA, ACE, Lantana Lady MARIA de GUADALUPE SALAZAR Education - Mathematics: Math Club, Laredo Club ARNOLDO SALINAS Elementary Education LOUIS GUERRERO SANCHEZ Health. Physical Education: HPE Club MARTHA "MARTI" SEBERN Health, Physical Education: HPE Club fvice pres- ident, 196O-621, WRA foutstanding member award, 1962, sports representative, 19631, SEA, Lynch Hall Dorm Council fvice president, 19631, A Cappella Choir, Zeta Chi frush captain, 19611, AWS, Homecoming Princess MAHESH P. SHAH Electrical Engineering, AIEE, Movie and Fine Arts Committee, Student Union Governing Board PHILIP GENE SHIRK Industrial Arts: "T" Association, Basketball ffirst team Little All American, first team All Confer- ence1, NAIA All Stars fvs. Russia, 19621 MARY JANE SILVAS Home Economics: Home Economics Club, Kappa Omicron Phi fkeeper of archives1 KAREN SIMLER Elementary Education: Choir, Cousins Hall fvice president, 1962, president, 1963-641, ACEI ftreas- urer, 1963-641, SEA, AWS frepresentative, 1963- 641 VICTOR C. SMITH Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering: AIME fvice president, 1962-63, president, 1963-641, TSPE Qvice president, 1963-641, APO fvice president, 19611 JUDITH SODEN Art: Laredo Club, Spanish Club fsecretary, 1962- 631, Bellas Artes fsecretary-treasurer, 1962-641, AWS, SEA, Press Club, International Forum I. V. SPEARS, JR. History: ROTC Cadet Captain, King's Rifles WILBRON WAYNE STANTEEN Accounting: Seale Hall Dorm Council fsecretary- treasurer, 1962-631, Band, Circle K Club, Busi- ness Administration Club, Accounting Society JEAROLD STEINER Management: Business Club PETE STERLING Biology: Tau Delta Chi Cpledge master, 1961, president, 1962, pledge master, 19631, Inter-Fra- ternity Council fpresident, 19631, Biology Club Cparliamentarian, 19631, Who's Who JAMES H. STIEGLER Agronomy: Aggie Club Csecretary, 1963-641, Al- pha Tau Alpha freporter, 1963-641 MARK WAYNE STOCK Accounting: May Hall Dorm Council Cvice presi- dent, 1962-63, president, 1963-641, Accounting So- ciety, Reserve Officers Association, Alpha Chi, Business Club, ROTC Cadet Captain DANNY SUTTON Health and Physical Education: I-IPE Club, ROTC Officer's Club, Varsity Football, SEA, Young Republicans PERTHENA SUTTON Biology: Biology Club fsecretary, 1963-641 .. T .. PHOEBE TALLY Elementary Education: Delta Theta fpledge class president, 1962-63, rush captain, 1963-641, ACE, SEA, AWS, Student Union Governing Board fcommittee chairman, special events and decora- tions, 1963-641 MARTHA JEAN TAYLOR Secondary Education -- English JANE TIN SLEY Elementary Education: SEA, Newman Club KAY TROUTMAN Elementary Education: SEA, ACEI JACK TURNER Agricultural Education: Aggie Club Csong leader, 1962-631, FFA, SEA fvice president, 1962-63, pres- ident, 1963-6411, Rodeo Club - V .. I. CHARLES VALEN TA Accounting: Accounting Society LAURETTA VIERUS Psychology: Psi Chi Csecretary, 1963-641, Young Democrats, Cap and Gown, Who's Who -W- RENDELL C. WEBB, JR. Electrical Engineering: TSPE PAUL F. WETHEROLD Electrical Engineering: Sigma Tau fhistorian, 1963-641, Alpha Chi fpresident, 1962-641, Newman Club fparliamentarian, 1961-621, IEEE Csecretary, 1962-63, president, 1963-641, Seale Hall Dorm Council, TSPE, Who's Who DARRELL DEAN WHITLOCK - Government: Student Union Governing Board fchairman, 1963-641, ROTC Cadet Lieutenant Colonel trifle team, captain, 1962-641, Expert Marksman CNRA, 1960-641, Arlington State Marksmanship Award, 1961, Who's Who, Dis- tinguished Military Student, American Legion Medal of Merit JOYCE CI-IAFEE WIER Elementary Education: TSTA MYRON WIER General Engineering: Organization of General Engineers Cparliamentarian, 1962-631, Society of Automotive Engineers MYRA LEE WILKINSON Elementary Education HOWARD EARL WILLIAMS Accounting: Business Club, Accounting Society SHARON KAYE WILLIAMS Secondary Education - English: Gold Jackets, AWS fcouncil, 1961-621, Business Administration Club, SEA JOHN W. WILSON, JR. Speech and English: Footlights Club fpresident, 1963-641, Alpha Psi Omega, Young Republicans Club PAT H. WILSON Pre-Dental: Tau Delta Chi Csecretary, 1962-63, treasurer, 1963-641, Alpha Chi, Senior Class Cvice president, 1963, president, 19641, German Club fpresident, 1962-631, Chairman Lantana Dance Committee, 1963 NANCY C. WISEMAN Elementary Education: NEA, Alpha Chi, Cap Gown, CEA Cpresident, 1963-641 JEAN L. WOODRUFF Elementary Education FLOYD W. WUENSCHE Elementary Education MARY LEE WUENSCHE English and History: Pauline Brown English Award, Cap and Gown, Alpha Chi ..y- ANNETTE YOUNG Secondary Education - English: WRA Qtreas- urer, 1963-641, Delta Theta Cparliamentarian, 1962-63, rush captain, 1963-641, AWS, Lewis Hall Council Cassistant sports director, 1963-641 -Z- PETE A. ZANCA Mathematics: Sigma Rho Qpledgemaster, 1961-62, president, 1962-631, Junior Class fpresident, 1962- 631, ROTC Cadet Captain, Distinguished Military Student, Student Council Election Committee, Student Union Governing Board Ccommittee chairman, special events and decorations, 1962- 631, Lantana Committee Chairman Cconstruction and decorations, 1962-631, Beau of Zeta Chi KENNETH ZIMMER Physics: Newman Club, Physics Club g, ,7 L ROTC Front: Cadet Colonel Melvin Bohannon. Rear: Lieutenant Colonel Darrell Whitlock, Cadet Captain Thomas Pesek Cadet Captain Pete Zanca, Cadet Captain Kenneth Fiedler, Cadet Major David Glazener, Cadet Captain I. V. Spears, Cadet Sergeant Major John Howe. Battalion Commander F A Cadet Colonel Melvin Bohannon H 2 f i if i 7 at-ta322?3. ?TH'n iQ ' an ,. , .,.,.g5,. '-I , mmf --- . ,..n ,af W w- sf...-f R.O.A. president, Cadet Major Glazener, and Cadet Lady Vicki Vandermeer touch up the R.O.A. Homecoming Sign. 1 :WAN ' is 'Ynu Q .EF S ' RM! 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Q gi King's Rifles prepare- for their :trip to New Orleans and the Mardi Gras. w' 'pr -, 1 'rg w"'p"', C' 'r'1wr" 0 - mfg xii: S ie r' , ZEXSLXEE fVL,QQPE Colonel Hino, assisted by Sergeant Martin, hands out individual medals and the team trophy for the Fourth Army Championship first-place win. M-fm ,fwgw H E E ms Em an a Em is is an ms as umMn H E H E HSM? x E EEE ESRB E C is 5 Rifle Team H N mlmgggigs H E jigff Commanding Officer: Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Darrell Whitlock "' ss is m m ,,J Knew wx .J v-I X .-1 ,Ns-J wina- Qf' K f"i.'r i ?3fx.g'sf 731. 1 if'-'iz 3,Z5,.i' Lf-vf-i,"'v2L'f '-.iinilh 4,-at 1' L, A811 X A I Q2 :fx ,, 1 X ALUQGIG 2 Ow ff ' E 1 A f ' .Q .fgw S265 Q . A 4:9 ., . , Q' ' P ' Q, ska W 431 ' x . , , 4 el I I LS A v K ,n I Q xi' 4 ' 41 ' Q , L 52 ' ,'i5S2v,1s4W' Qffgr- ,"1v K L' C MILITARY BALL Chosen from the aspiring young HONORARY CADET LADIES ladies below, the 1963-64 Honorary dTI'g7.1?ORPS OF CADETS Cadet Ladies enjoy the first dance In a 1 15 . . . Jen Evelyn Guthndge at the Mllltary Ball. Vanderrneer Judy Dunn Mary .Tane Beck Sandra Melbern Mary Joyce Beck Cadet Lady Linda Willis escorted by Cadet Capiain Thomas Pesek of the Staff CADET L DY LINDA WILLIS Staff CADET LADY IEN EVELYN GUTHRIDGE I Band Company et Lady Jen Evelyn Guihridge e ww, X lags n-. ss gsm my x 1 2 :NF x , 5 gm. 55 ,x was ss .V ms a w L 2 E B HBH Wim gs B, Q H RN, sa ms CADET LADY JUDY DUNN B Compan Cadet Lady Judy Dunn escorted by Cadet Captain Geoffrey Schrimsher of B Company . . Wh-.a.. r v Y ss E . mn ms a am a mm an mn mn a my swan ss am ms am ss Cadet Lady ww m an CADET LADY SANDRA MELBERN I , 0 Kmg s R1fles Cadet Lady Sandra Melbern escorted by Cadet Captain Leslie Mcrleill of ihe King's Rifles. 2 JB. w-'YW M ylw 1, :cf A Cadet Lady Mary Joyce Beck escorted by Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Darrell Whitlock of the Rifle Team. I-N1 w CADET LADY MARY IGYCE BECK Rifle Team I-IO GRARY CADET CGLG EL IE EVELY GUTHRIDGE Q A Sw: ,nv gm f..,m.,, ,Qi ,qgv . My M Q Q, ,gms 5,4 , 415, .5 .uv xgfuvlrfl f K U wp , 2 , MW fi, X' '?L:Q-eu! Wy? 14 5 xxx ' umm 11 v ap... S Cadet Colonel Bohannon, President and Mrs. Jernigan. and Colonel Dunloy head the receiving line at the Military Ball Retired General Harris and other guests of the ROTC enjoy the Military Ball. f--f . I, , ss Him fi W E x m E ss a ss ss a ss a gsm E E E as m ROTC Cadets and guests pause after one of the many good dance' numbers. a ss a ss H-ws sm QE? ss I.. a a a as mn -:B m wa W- .X H 1 ACTIVITIES I 1 LADY SHARO Infinit Lady Sharon depicted her realm with a solo and dance number. Irma Montemayocr sang and George Montemayor, Leslie Sklar- enko. and Karen McMillan. were the dancers. were-f E . .J Lady Sharon Hill, escorted by Phii Jackson, wore a gown of poppy glov peau-de-soie, and the empire wais and bodice were covered with golq bugle beads. The gown was toppea with a square neckline and tiny shoul der straps and oyster-shade glove completed her attire. LADY MARY JGYCE Light Rays Escorted by Farron Camp, Lady Mary Joyce Beck, wore a gown of deep violet satin. Lace-framed, invert- ed pleats in the front andfback of the A-line skirt were set off by a round neckline and bell sleeves. White lace gloves complemented the picture. A,,,,,-f Lady Mary Loyce presented light rays through a dance entitled "Heat Wave." Margot Ortegon. and Becky Goodwin danced. Suzanne Holmes. Lillie Garcia. Carolyn Gossett. Karen McMillan, Lady Mary Ann exhibiled per- petual motion i.n a comic-dance which featured Jane Lewis and Maddie Pellegrino. Also dancmg were Margot Ortegon. Suzanne Holmes. and Carolyn Gossett. Lady Mary Ann Borchers, escort- ed by Bobby Nedbalek, wore a straight gown of gold glittered bro- cade with a square neckline and tiny shoulder straps. Attached to the em- pire waistline- was a draping of gold satin, and gold gloves complemented her ensemble. LADY MARY ANN Perpetual Motion Lady Sharlot showed motion through music by "Saints in Three-D." The A811 Singers sang "When the Saints go March- ing In" in various styles as they followed it through the history of time. LADY SHARLOT Motion Through Music Lady Sharlot Sheltorr, escorted by Monte Rouquette, wore a red sat- in gown with a square neckline and a high waistline. framed by panels of red lace. The lace held sequins out- lining its floral design, and her gloves were of red satin and lace. s 5 5, :sr-225: B Q ., . W sw w sus my .-sf --is ns ,,.lgt1g,v.,-. sjjiggirsx - LADY VICKI Timclcssncss Escorted by Gerald Jurica, Lady Vicki Vandermeer Worexa strapless sheath gown of burnt orange brocade. A floor-length drape of coca chiffon fell from the shoulder, and white leather gloves finished the effect. Lady Viki brought timelessness to the Land of Lantana through a satire titled "That Were the Week That Weren't." Joe Gomez and Nina Jackel were the performers. Lady Carole offered a dramatic read- ing. "A las Cinco de la Tarde." Judith Short did the reading backed by a :Es male chorus-. It was adapted from the E is original by Kemper Stewart. ms s an B x as s - an 1 gs 1 s s f iz: in '.- E snag Hs E BH m ge f as Hmm 1 H iss w s mxmm ss s LADY CAROLE Moment in Time Lady Carole Meyer, escorted by Leo Womack, Wore a Teal blue satin gown with a bodice covered with chandelier crystal drops. The A-line skirt dropped to add an overskirt il- lusion, and matching gloves added the finishing touch. as xmas as as . as sas s as s s H X SEHK ms: EB ss s s 1 s n H s sam s 55 ,LE gi? n sa s ww s aegis sums gs sm as s s s as 'S Q 5 as as s .sa s Kgs? as s Q ' as m as s mx s s sm s as s w Sas m s as s as s Q B! am as m s s as an gWmsf2 am was ' as Kar s s Tvxil 1-ss! -sq s . was maxi sas' W wwe- anal siwg TW s as as s use s as ss E W in M , mms ss s was s H f w Iii? W Q9 'fa ni"i1 Queen Madis Smith, escorted by Woody Hagen, wore a gown of heavy white satin covered with pale lemon chiffon. At the high empire waist she had a cluster of jewels, and the cape was of white brocade satin with a back panel in jewel design. The en- semble was completed by long white opera gloves. Queen Madis' Ladies in Waiting wore dresses of pale yel- low satin decorated with pale yellow lace and iridescent sequins. Long yellow gloves completed their attire. QUEEN MADIS Unsubstantial Noncxistencc .tiger Qty 'gg B snag . smnliimssiklsvmsal Queen Madis brought the ulh mate of the fourth dimension. un- substantial nonexistence, as ex- hibited by "Jazz Incubusf' an ab- stract dance describing this ab- stract concept. Karen McMillan. Margot Ortegon, Suzanne Holmes, Blanca Abrego, Maddie Pelle- grino. Becky Goodwin. Jane Lewis, Carolyn Gossett. Lillie Garcia, Rogelio Rodriquez, Leslie Sklorenko, and George Monte- mayor danced in the finale. Lady Carole Meyer and her escort bow low to the queen as they are presented. Queen Regent Wanda Lehman surrender- ed her crown to Queen Madis. She is shown here with her husband as they are presented to the audience. The crown of Lantana adorns the'SUB lawn. ,"'?-.1','C",' Y My-,Xl L' 4 , J MASTER OF CEREMONIES Kemper Stewart The Lantana committee. H. F. Warns. Dr. William Hall, Mr. James Hobbs, and George Monte- mayor review pictures of !he dancers for the coronaiionf. Ka Wi -- Us nr ,I 31.33 1 Queen Regent Wanda Waddell Lehman crowns the new queen, Madis Smith, in the 35th Annual Laniana celebration. .em MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES Mary Frances Caruso The Singers close the corona- tion with "Hail A8:I." MW, :H , U. ' V - , ff- . H' . W 71... n n so , - LABS S PICCOLO: Johnnie Beth Smithen. FLUTE: Mary Joyce Beck, Rebecca Blackstone, Linda Box, Nina Jackel, Carol Ann Koehl, Phyllis Landry, Mary Jayne Shepp, Cynthia Spencer, Sherryn Spradley, Laura Westbrook. Eb CLARINET: Linda Anderson. Bb CLARINET: Clem Baker, Evelyn Beckwith, Rooert Bowden, Evelyn Duncan, Tim Elliott, Kathy Harden, Armela Leal, Bill Oglesby, Janis Reed, Ilee Simon, Francisco Sosa, Milton Temanson, Claudia Thorne, Anthony Wilhelm, Joyce Wilkinson, James Wilson. ALTO CLARINET: Sylvia Pena. BASS CLARINET: Cynthia Gaudian, Chris Harnff, Tom Hamff. CONTRABASS CLARINET: Kay Courtney. OBOE: Dorina Alaniz, August Haufler. CELLO: Cathie Boudreau. BASSOON: Ronald Fero, Wallace Klingaman, Charles Motes, TUBA: Terry Brown, Robert Noster, Eddie Hatch, Bobby On- derdonk, David Smith, Scotty Stroud, John Walton. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Jesse Pena, Juan Valenciano, Mary Word. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Don Coulson, Donald Halbgewachs, Danny McClanahan, Paul Moore. BARITONE SAXOPI-IONE: Douglas Martin. CORNETS 8: TRUMPETS: Dewey Acker, Bill Alexander, Gerald Babbitt, William Bain, Arnold Barrera, Arnoldo Cantu, Randy Dietel, Jen Evelyn Guthridge, Carol Holmes, Rodney Klett, Jimmy Montemayor, Ronnie Morgan, Rudy Mungia. FLUEGELI-IORN: David Duncan, Warner Sanders. FRENCH HORN: Lionel Canales, Rose Cavazos, Judy Germer, Barbara Halbgewachs, Barry Jones, Lane Scott, Abel Soto. TROMBONE: Bobby Almond, Dennis Crane, George Custer, Robert Custer, Robert Janota, Don Kuhn, Richard Lewis, Don McCarty, Alma McClelland, Ramiro Ramon, Barry Tidwell. BARITONE': Donald Carnes, Sharon Fowler, Francis Laws, Mike Norwood, Raul Tellez. PERCUSSION: Farron Camp, Genaro Garcia, Carol Hartmann, Terry Hodgkins, Nancy Morelan. TYMPANI: Dennis Awbrey. FACUL- TY: Gerald Heierman, Orrin Olson. DIRECTOR: Dr. J. L. Bellamah. A 61 I SYMPHONTC BA BRASS CHOIR nota, Bobby Almond. FRENCH HORN Carnes. TUBA: Bobby Onderdonk. PER CUSSION: Terry Hodgkins, Marvin Bar Apperson. TROMBONE: Alma McClelland, Roert Ja- Terry Garrett. TRUMPET: Gerald Bab- bitt, Rodney Klett, Dewey Acker, Darrell Burditt, Jimmy Montemayor, Randy Die- tel. BARITONE: Francis Laws III, Donald ber, Dennis Awbrey. DIRECTOR: Ronald , . . u 1 f Y yr' Q. f-. 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William Jones Diane Langworthy Judith Martin Tara McQuerrey George Montemayor Irma Montemayor Ann Mullaney Milton Pullen Sue Shotwell Mary Alice Baingo Norman Broom James Bush John Gillis Jose Gomez Allen Gordon Carol Holmes Suzanne Holmes THE HOUSE CDE BER ARDA ALBA This Well-received play highlighted by an all-girl cast was characterized by acting of exceptional quality. The production was performed by Norma Lindsey, Sandi Caffall, Pennye Wheeler, Neida Estringel, Cathi Allen, Gail Mahoney, Barbara Nordmeyer, and Susan Burr. 1 l 'A 3 ! f 1 I' I is we - as 1 4 f -We Aladdin. played by Alfred Trevino. impressed the audience at the speech departmenfs annual chil- dren's play. The Shakespeare production this year. "The Taming of the Shrew." drew a large cruwd and was received enthusias- tically by its college and high school audiences alike. as M .Wim ig nl magma HB BH we -ig.-X ww EER swim sz 5 ,BWM s M-" as .esfsseyigigiitgim miles: W me an a sis sa sm' :IQ - li gat- t 3 Ez.: Ev .:. 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Well-played, hard-fought games early in the season seemed to fulfill the pre-season pre- dicitons, but three straight losses toward the end of the year dampened the spirits of the dauntless Hogs. A strong Sam Houston State squad down- ed the J avs in Huntsville for the first blem- ish on the slate. Prior to that the Hogs piled up four straight victories in relatively easy fashion. A huge Homecoming crowd of 10,000, lar- gest ever to Witness a game in J avelina Sta- dium, gazed on as Blanks, Johnson, and Com- pany turned on the offensive power, and the stout-hearted defense stopped the Lions scor- ing thrusts cold. Two of the bitterest defeats were to Ste- phen F. Austin and Lamar Tech. In Nacog- 7'- 'm Q-iff' "-i-1' "" ' """ nf - ,'- f ' 1- er' '- 1'-ea' - 14' W.o-was,-. 1 ,- -. . .fi -1. S.. 4? 5 F H.. 4,0 . . .,v,',le.?4..-,.,.r-3,5 up -rg-, fish First Row: Donald Haynes, Jesse Villesca, Gerald Pargmann, Sid Blanks, Joe Howard. Second Row: Eugene Upshaw, Raul Trevino, Bobby Austin, James Rode, Frank Bain. Third Row: Terry Oglesby, Herb Pennick, Wilbur McDonald, Mario Mena, L. J. Rolf. Fourth Row: Weldon Wilson, Dennis Neitenhofer, Jesus Jaimes, Carl Smith, Melvin, Blair. doches, the wild Hogs did everything but score points as the Lumberjacks managed only three first downs but outscored the Jav- elinas 16-6. In Kingsville, the Redbirds from Beaumont made good on a field goal with 41 seconds remaining on the clock to rob the Blue and Gold of victory. Following a rousing win over Sul Ross, the Hoggies tangled with Southwest Texas State. Our traditional rivals from San Mar- cos treated the Javs brusquely to retaliate for the 1962 mauling they took. For the first time in age-spanning mem- ory, the Javelinas lost a football game at home. In fact, they lost two of them. This is enough for a few fans to cry for bloodg however, despite an average season record, many new players gained experience, and they will be able to carry on in the best Hog- gie tradition. Following the victory over Sul Ross at Alpine. the football team appropriately redecorated the Alpine "A" to commemorate the Javelina triumph. . L-a,vE""'n" H-B1 . 23 .,.,. , ...:.,.:.,.: :,, if, Q X. f :.: -- .2 Q W ssssjl sia i s ,ss as xl H mag h as B i- E is , B ., as sms. E ss. E was is ME QA my -was W B 3 :ms ass M gmt s .is s ss in mils ' seams w s si as s mms ssyv 1-is fmsssggnsrs inner-s' final- ss use .- W aims 5 . 66 is f TF., s E ss ll 1 528 sm Kgs 51 is BSS HE Ewgmsggl gg ,X MSQKSQM H use Wanna is H H H me 515 Q N gag ml s s Mmiaiw s H M as . wg 5 s Maxam s s s saws as H s , ,gg is use s s-s as gms- Ease gms- Ee -s V? "li-as s ss s H- s Meg-T' "Q-was as Es- s Q s iamvm mem E m. Qi s as-Bm s ss K: as Bm all mis f- . K Ag, , ,,,,.. . L ..i .:.:.E , N' - if . ' . 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Gil Steinke, head coach and director of athletics, is the man who is responsible for the win-loss record of the Javelinas. Steinke is an ex-A8zI star, who played professional football with the Eagles before returning to A8.zI to coach. Since coming to A8zI, he has molded championship teams which have dominated the Lone Star Conference. In the past four years he has compiled an outstanding 69-31-4 record. Coach Greene also is an ex-A8zI gridder. He coached at Boling before coming back to A8zI in 1959. Since then he has coached some of the most power-packed explosive back- fields in the state of Texas. Greene has train- ed several Little All-Americans, including Sid Blanks. Bill Purser came to A8411 in 1962 from HPC where he Was line coach for two years. While at HPC he developed a reputation for rugged defensive lines. Coming to A8zI, he wasted little time in proving his ability as the 1962 J av line gave up fewer points per game than any other conference team. Back Coach Line Coach Ronnie Hunt is the man who keeps the Hoggie play- ers on the field in spite of their injuries. Ronnie was appointed athletic trainer for the college in ihe fall. f J ' T" ' 'I A f -1'5Q5i?if'c34i is Y .:f.- H, --: f' . ig.,-1 l'3" 21L, 1 I :-. Xl sw This hard-rushing Hoggie back is finally halted by a horde of Tigers. Hoggies Trounce Tigers in Season Opener Leading Juv pass receiver Sid Blanks snares this pass in the first game of the season. TRINITY The Javelines opened the 1963 season in fine style by bludgeoning the Trinity Tigers 27-0. A ca- pacity crowd watched as the Javelinas wheeled and dealed, romped and stomped making the San An- tonions look like paper mache Bengals. Bear Brown pierced the Trinity defense for the first six points of the season. Blanks then scored twice with Unbehagen receiving in the' end zone for one conversion. With one minute remaining, Mike Ellis took a pass in the end zone from Randy Johnson, and Mario Meno converted to round out the scoring. Bear Brown scampers past fallen Tarpons into: the end zone to roll up ihe score for A8zIL Tarpons Fall ,ncath Iavelina Onslaught Mike Ellis. Hoggie halfback. clutches the ball fiercely as he is determined to score. B r t UNIVERSITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI Eight thousand, one hundred fans gazed on in amazement as Bear Brown pulverized the Tarpons. Brown rushed for 81 yards and three scores to lead all players in these categories. Unbehagen, Blanks, and Engram also added scores. Pyssen, Rolf and Johnson all scored 2-point conversions, and Richard King booted 3 between the uprights to complete the scoring. Fumbles and interceptions hampered the Corpus Christi unit all evening as the Javelinas made their finest showing of the season. Randy Johnson had a field day, completing seven .out of nine passes for 91 yards. HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE The Hoggies traveled to Brownwood and broke a long-standing' jinx by beating the Paynemen on their home turf for the first time since 1953. A high- powered offense and a stout defense were combined to turn the tables. Blanks crossed the magic line twice, with Bain plunging over for a tally and Unbehagen hauling in a Johnson aerial for the final tally. Richard King thrice separated the uprights on point-after conver- sions to complete the victor's scoring. Ace passer Randy Johnson iries his luck at running, only to be rudely side-tracked. A651 Breaks Brownwood Iinx Sharp blocking provides the impetus for dazzling runs like ihis one by Bear Brown. Aerial antics such 'as this pass reception excited Hoggie crowds throughout the season. javs Get Revenge for ,62 Tie All-American Sid Blanks leaves bodies strewn across the field when he displays the fancy footwork. EAST TEXAS STATE- Victory was especially sweet for the Javelinas when they met the East Texas State Lions. A 17-0 final tally was partial compensation for the tie suf- fered in Commerce last season. Before a Homecoming crowd of 10,000 the- blue and gold warriors put on an awesome second half showing to outclass the Lions. Randy Johnson was the star of the aerial circus with 13 completions in 22 tries for 185 yards and one touchdown. Brown gained'110 yards on 18 car- ries and returned a punt 28 yards to supply the ground punch. Blanks and Johnson scored once each on the ground, and King booted a 45-yard field goal to add luster to the tallies. Danny McQuay and King com- pleted the scoring with a one-point conversion each. SAM HOUSTON STATE The Hogs proved human after all by bowing down to a strong Sam Houston State team in Hunts- ville. After taking their first two conference games, Steink's minions ran into one quarterback named Peterson and his cohort Villerreal, who proceeded to pluck at the seams of the vaunted Javelina de- fense. Peterson stuck his thumb in the scoring pie by tossing two scoring passes and legging it for the re- maining tallies. Black converted on one out of four tries to down the Javelinas. The Hoggies crossed the mark but once on a pass to L. J. Rolf from Johnson. King converted to finish the scoring. Javelina linemen attempt to box in a Lion halfback. Hoggics Fall in Third Loop Contest Opposition linemen treat the Javelina backs with less than kindness when they are caught encroaching on enemy territory. D-1: 'HX -1 ," . 7 .1 V - ., 1. . we f. A . - , ,.- , .. . - , ,-, ' 1 - v . ' 0-1 f -V. 1 'H V L ' .- ' Y ,"'.""-fQvZV",' ?':'Z5'. Jing.. ' ' ' ."-1-'Q 'S Q. 4 4 W ,. , W I ,x,.,,,-an , 45,7 I ' r Q ' " "1 v 'M ' 'af ' :A ' , i, .-Y . ' I Too many Axemen are on the scene for fullback Louis Landry to fight his way through. javclinas Drop Second in a Row Sid Blanks brings down his counterpart on the Lumberjack squad. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN The J avelinas again took the axe from the Lum- berjacks of Stephen F. Austin. For the second week in a row the Hoggie offense stayed at home and the opposing defense took full advantage. Shoddy ball handling was a contributing factor as the nimble-fingered south Texans lost the ball four times on fumbles and three times on wayward passes. Late in the first half Frank Bain drove two yards for the only A8zI score of the night. Stephen F. Austin managed two touchdowns, two extra- points, and a safety in defeating the-I-Ioggies. LAMAR TECH Bad ball handling again took its toll when the Redbirds from Beaumont migrated to south Texas. For the first time since October, 1958, the Javelina fans witnessed a Hoggie defeat in J avelina stadium. A field goal with only 41 seconds remaining in the game spoiled an otherwise perfect Dad's Day week- end. It was a seesaw battle, with each team scoring twice. A8zI had a one-point margin going into the final seconds, when a 25-yard field goal stunned the partisan crowd. Weldon Wilson and Sid Blanks provided the scoring punch for the hometowners, with Richard King converting twice. Sharp tackling was ine key to much of the Hoggies success this year. Last Minute Field Goal Gives LT Edge Javelina defenders encircle an enemy back to halt his progress toward the A8zI goal. Randy Johnson scampers into the end zone. his pursuers unable :to stop him. Iavs Break Three-Game Losing Skein L. J. Rolf leaps in exuberance for a John- son pass as an amazed official observes. SUL ROSS Leaving their supply base far behind them, the Javelinas Went on a wolf-hunting expedition to Alpine. Not wanting to return empty handed, they took the Lobos in hand and gave them a thorough thrashing. In spite of a few bad breaks, the Hoggies manag- ed to tally four times before Coach Steinke turned the game over to the reserves early in the fourth quarter. Unbehagen, Blanks, Johnson, and Brown were all able to cross the stripe, contributing to the fifth victory of the season. SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE In the final game of the season, the Javelinas took the field against the mighty Bobcats, who had their own bit of revenge planned. With memories of the 1962 defeat still fresh in the minds of the Bobcats, there was intense feeling concerning the outcome of this game. The Bobcats exhibited their championship qua- lity as they heartily feasted on barbequecl Javelina to the turn of 20-6. Randy Johnson was the only Hoggie able to hit paydirt on a night filled with great horror for local Javelina fans. Beonarski scored once and Leinneweber twice to power the Bobcats to their victory. Rex Turner converted twice. A Hoggie back is set down again after a valiant effoit. A811 Fails in Final Fling Sid Blanks fakes and' cuts to avoid being :tackled by the last man in his road. - .f E- ---1 , . ,, ., . 1 ' 4 eq v H M E .V i, 53358 , 4 -W -v f . www ,F . 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The 1963-64 edition of Coach Carley's well-oiled basketball mac- hine included a nucleus of four seniors plus junior All-Conference performer Jim Koerner and a large group of experienced squad- men, which provided the depth that has been sorely lacking in previous years. Not since 1934 has there been a J av te-am of equal caliber. With All-American Phil Shirk and his ciompanion-forward Charles Cothran, playmaker-guard Jerry Daniel, and sky-scraping center Jim Love leading the way, the Hoggie team forged to an impressive 16-8 record. In non-loop play, they were set down only by perennial basket- ball powers Lamar Tech, Georgetown, and Emporia. In conference standing, A8zI finished second to pre-season favorite East Texas State. Highlight of the conference season was the impressive win over ETS and the dynamic last-minute victories, Javelina trade- marks, over Sul Ross, Howard Payne, and Southwest Texas' State. rv-xx JOHN LOWE Pasadena Three Letters Lowe, big man of the senior group, pro- vides the rebound punch for the Hoggies. John came into his own last year as he became a dependable scorer and a top-notch defensive ball player. During his seniors year, John be- came a highly accurate shooter, posting a .448 field goal percentage. Only his fouling prob- lem kept him from attaining a higher scoring average. CHARLES COTHRAN Houston Three Letters Injuries have plagued Cothran for the past two years. Charles is a highly accurate shooter with an intense desire to excel. In the 1963- 64 season he boasted one of the finest field goal percentages in the conference, 54 per- cent. His overall percentage for four years was 66.6 percent. Charles is also the third leading rebounder on the team and his outstanding clutch plays, both offensively and defensively, provided the winning margin in a number of Hoggie victories. JERRY DANIEL Muncie, Ind. .Four Letters Daniel, captain of the Hoggies for two years, has been the undisputed leader of the Javelina quintet. Last season, Jerry spent more ,time on the court than any other player ever has. Due to several overtime games, he played 14 minutes more than a full season of regulation conference games. Jerry is known for his consistent shooting and free-throw average and is one of Car1ey's most inspira- tional players. 132' 1? 1. ! PHIL SHIRK Middlefork, Ind. Four Letters Little All-American Phil Shirk, backbone of the Hoggie Cagers for four years, again led the conference in scoring for 1963-64. The in- jury which kept him from participating in the last seven ball games of the 1962-63 season did not appear to hamper the effectiveness of one of the finest athletes to don the Blue and Gold. Besides being a champion shooter, Phil is one of the strongest rebounders for his size in the conference. Also Shirk is one of the top defensive players around. xx is x Hg? mama 'sf nw JIM KOERNER Menasha, Wis. Two Letters F - Q 5 E. Zi E H GAY LEE BE101t, Wis. Squad Q 'll 41:2 111 'g NEB ' f X r .. ' wg Hz f gil? 'w Af 24' ,J GUS LAEMMRICH Menasha, Wis. One Letter MARTY SCHUILTZ pg V, BILL THOMPSON Merkel Squad JULIUS FARRIS Beev111e One Letter L xx!!!-2' Q H HW H Q MM M Q ,M fm H'4 mv f A ,, M me to ,, Q1 5 K w Q , 'wr ,, X ., .. HENRY SMITH Galveston Squad LEO SARABIA Kingsville Squad i K S-4' GC QDCD OO Jr-I P454 Y-100 ECO 35 Q-:fc Cot- S le Char he score, then et ng to ti ini H ds rem 011 SEC led the in aga nds. 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Next, the UCC gang came to Kingsville to try and redeem themselves. Fate was not with them as they bowed down to a Javelina onslaught which saw the Blue and Gold team tie their all-time high point record. Shirk hit for 32 while five others hit double figures. In their final get-together, the Tarpons' hopes went down the drain as they floundered under a flood of Hoggie baskets. I l-logs Blast Trinity, UCC p John Lowe makes an easy two over Trinity defense. Iiloerner goes deep into the corner for high-flying jump s ot. fi sm E is 5? :f1'5a' f':":2:5-'1- " . 'ii 5 Q ,.,..,, 5 F Q Q s d a i. 3 o E' 5. 5 wa s Rf" 9 l 4 S 3? - ag H .,,L lgnrssg "na sa? nixsglizg Bs , sm , E ' ,N QQ ijzsiisffgw jigsaw HMS.: H .3 ws" B5 55.95 - as s ess .gina gg W-We : i ii-if A8zI 70 SWT 82 A run-away decision in the first conference game at San Marcos was reversed by a spine-tingling a thriller in Kingsville to close out the se son. In the first game, A8zI fell prey to a blistering bunch of Bobcats who shot 55 per-cent from the field. Shirk was high-point man for the night with 24 points, while Daniel tossed in 15 and Koerner added 12. The Kingsville bout was a seesaw affair that went right down to the final seconds with the outcome in doubt. Charles Cothran scored the final four points in the game and in his career to provide the Winning mar- gin. John Lowe was Top Hog of the night with 23 points with Phil Shirk following close behind with 18. The second SWT game, the last of the season, was also the last for four A8zI seniors. Phil Shirk, Jerry Daniel, Charles Cothran and John Lowe, who have provided the nucelus of the team for three years, appeared for the last time in the Blue and Gold. Adil, SWT Split Pair John Lowe goes up for a. high-flying rebound. Gus Laemmtich reaches high over B. towering defense. 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However, travelling to the Lions' den proved to be a different story as East Texas squeaked past the scrambling Hog teaam. ln the first outing, Shirk topped out the J avelinas with 23 points, while captain Jerry Daniel chipped in his share by adding 17 to race past the Lions. In the Lions' territory, the best that could be mustered was Jim Koerner's 15 points. Daniel and Shirk also hit in the double brackets, but their share was not enough to bring the Javs out on top. Hogs Split With LSC Champs Taking a jump shot from the key is Jerry Daniel, Hoggie captain. Alone and high in the air . . . BEE , ss fir? nhl Q wx A8zI 89 SR 82 A8141 62 SR 60 The high-flying Javs conquered the Lobos in two hotly contested engagements. In the first game at Alpine, the Hogs used a blazing second-half shoot- ing spree to burn up the Wolves. They amassed a terrifying accurate 72 per-cent in the second half to completely run away from Sul Ross. Jim Koerner, playing his finest game of the season, scored 28 pointsg Phil Shirk, Jerry Daniel, and John Lowe also marked up double tallies. In the Kingsville tussle, which went down to the wire, Phil Shirk sank the final basket to give A8zl its two-point Win- ning margin. Koerner paced the Hogs with 20 pointsg Daniel and Shirk also scored in double figures. Add Takes Two From Sul Ross Charles Cothran - Up, up. up and away! Coming from behind ihe bacxboard, Shirk racks up two. walt ,wfwd ' l F' be 1 ,-r w w sa ku fx ,r uk Nm m 11 w x a ss sm L, 21 5 E-M mmm, pq sm nys! XEHWHE X254 ' ZX .Am xg. . . I . Nix. J ' 'Q - ,ff -1 . '-x,A,.fOJ X ... Em HB M is gms H . . . -as BH V. -' Tv .lv .1m:.,qu-Q..Aw A N WI. X . g 1'-1. ' ' F5527 ' Ji i ff QQ . " 'J13iflg," , 4077, Q - " iff' ' X,-. j-,rg-' L . X WV, L? wa mn X W wa H Mu 1 Yum uf mm -:gn mf J Q. Bfgw K. -Q mama xml X aw pu kxm ss W. saw max ms a 1 9 a as sa A Mm. 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' ,1-Qigf' Hoggie supporters. including the ROTC Band. travelled to Huntsville to lend their cheers. ,Bflmd"'Lz,h 5 h s2"ZfI.ll yproas Tommy Fisher of the track team will run the half mile this year. Halfback Mike Ellis gives the cheerleaders a hand at the Dad's Day pep rally. v in ' " " " " 1. , ?Y,w-. H1 ms Lpiagfi - - W nz B g awww 2 dm nm as i,m'nwa. Hams x sf -QW -.sfgggss 5 M E. . ' V -Y f X v ,. QQ V 'S' '14-' A a Pl ..u n -,animal 1px m E - .B viii! , jd nswwgm if H if-gffifyf ? T n 11 ' 1' , sf" U "ks-swam I 1 ,..r. ,lm J: 2:3121 W if ,try 'll' .. gamma: 6 , Law-, E. K . a:,.,4,- .fair l 2' "YQ-.Eg Mmm K A-ini' H.. 1 fs, , , Li . f V' 'A"'nr '.' ,4,g,l.. .V u ,l ' -5... swrwi, 1 SL.-ss 1- , .95 5 ' 'l 5 , 14 Q , we-, . Q.. . s.. 9 ll mrs 5 y,3:,1. 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Members are selected by invitation and participate in various social events and projects throughout the year. .71 yr K I.. shi, ,. x ,si of V14 .. ss ttifxzgxxyivkvwgv sins tg, ea, ' ss a a 4 s V "xx me . "Entertainment" at Alpha Sigma rush party! GLORIA CARLSTROM Treasurer Pledge of the Pledges M JANIE CAROLE SUSAN YVONNE J EN EVELYN MARY JANE PATTY J Ol-IN ' MEYER LANGWELL BIXBY GUTHRIDGE BECK BLACKWELL President Vice President Secretary Historian Song Leader LINDA WANDA JOYCE JUDY CAROLYN KAY VICKI BOX CRISP GASTIN GER GERMER HALL. KELLY MOLYNEAUX ' Q W J W if .gs-,xx , X .Y b X -V -, , A .ff ,lk V uf, 1 E .idk V .X fix .--: H Q - ,. Q , V "' "A -,ri f- 2 .f 2' v in ' E' 1 N rg. A V L up I Q A13 "' ae. . V rn L., A P' 'f ' K ' ix, I A ,Z ,, X ,ex -T. 1 fn- , V Arg fr, A. 1. .JJ H- if A 1 5 ' 1 .h t n vi 1K5 - I H .. ...., . I ..,: I ' A J -as , , J . 1 J P iii ' t J r N 1' ri hh in X I H.. W -J' ,,.x'l" I: :K :'. r I ' ' , in , ""Ib-. . -" -1 , rm, Qs 4, V ann salts ,tu a , W I 5 A J 5 1 Rl A 9' 1 I Q., 1 ff 2 if v- . 5- , .4 I F .- 1- , vs"'.!'w- , I ,. . if : ' ,. fr, . Q .f Q X Yi? .4 . 1 ,Q , I ' 'Z iw es' S B. --EI ARVIE CAUGHFIELD President SHIRLEY REED Recording Secretary PHYLLIS HAYES Treasurer SALLY GOODRIDGE Vice Presiddent PENNYE WHEELER Corresponding Secretary N MELVIN BLAIR Beau Members sm: ve-, '2ffa.:.: 1. :se-. . .- :r-. -we :Q-:.2'f:.s:f1,:a.,-..:::3 :... .ar .. l 1 MVK,-, -- ,-: -5,4 4 3.51.-fi 44-:.7.3,.'s ,W 1. UN iff' 5 'ifzvr f Wx ,-up BETH BAKER Sponsor ELIZABETH OLIPHANT Sponsor PAT BOYSEN DOLORES CUMBERLAND PAT FRIED ' MARY ALICE GEORGE NANCY GREGG JUDY HARRIS W ' ' Q 1 ,limi-, , sp,-g 4 A Tv I . ,. 'A f:.r - gig 5 I . G 5 , fa . ,vs , U 4 In 1 ' wa L ,Ms I? -1, Is- s v A41 1 S s.. ' 1 -,LM W. Q E., 6' as ull HJR , fi- , si ' 4 A . K. I T2- - A Q ri 45 r :f g R . 1 M M' 'ir ' h 0 Y " P -29 2 A W-wgsggi lv s at 5 mi MARY LOU NUHN BOBBIE KAY PITTS PATSY PUCKETT SHARON RICE BARBARA ROSE LINDA KAY SANDELL MIMI SCHIFFERS ETHELENE SMITH MADIS SMITH DEE DEE SNYDER A DEANIE SPEER SALLY STOUT BETA GAMMA Beta Gamma's purposes are to fos- ter friendship and to develop ethical character and social standards. Mem- bership is by invitation extended dur- ing rush week. The members engage in social and charitable activities in the community and on campus. GAIL EASLEY President MARIE BARROW Vice President PAT BARLOW MARGARET BARNES MARY AGNES CHILEN SUSAN HERNDON SHARON HILL SANDRA MELBERN NANCY MORELAN CHARLOTTE SPEER DELTA JOHNNIE MAE HAUN Sponsor me HARRIET OWENS I I I 1 S Sponsor . A MONTE ROUQUETTE Beau Members 3,9 X E MARLENA JOYCE SHARLOT DORIS WALTERS AN NETTE YOUNG GARNER SHELTON Corresponding YOUNG President Vice President Recording Secretary Secretary Treasurer, Rush Captain BOBBYE' YANT'IS Reporter FAYE RUSSEK Rush Captain PHOEBE TALLY all - Rush Captain HELEN MALCOM ISC Representative, Song Leader LUAN BURCHERS I Q ISC Representative JEAN BURCHERS Historian PATRICIA RUEGG Parliarnentarian PATRICIA TOWNS Chaplain DOYLENE JENNINGS DIANE WEIR 126 Delta Theta's aim is to further friendship, scholarship and loyalty to A8zI. Membership may be attained during rush week by invitation. The members take an active part in social, money-making and charitable activi- ties. GERRY TAYLOR Secretary JOLENE EDGERTON Treasurer LINDA SINAST Reporter AUDREY DEORSAM KITTY ANN DINN PAM EHLERS JANIE KURRE' DIANE MAY BARBARA NORDMEYER SANDY TRANT "Pour me another. and keep 'em coming." Pledges PAM CORNETT President JO ANN STOCK Vice President GAIL STEVES Pledge of th 9 Year ' 'CRY 'ff ii tl -:wwf pf 4 : saggy ., 2-.. 5 in . . ' Y 'rg figs , -.f-4 an' W ' ""ff5H'i 4' I 'FP Yw7:"Qf-V 1 2 - 7' ...-7 -. a f f ' STE! ,, . ,I2. Sip' wrt'- 'gm 3 ' C. PH... -QWRQW 4 fi 7 1 .1 K- X 1 ' :ig - ' - -1 a if ' p m H :f . , L , f IJ vhksjlf' If 27 Y. 1. -it ,VH K lm V H a , ' 5 127 N CZHXALQY, , , W, S is ax m dm . wi 55? Q se 1 i PEGGY DEVINEY President ELLYCE CHILDERS Secretary, ISC Representative JUDY SUE HARRIS Treasurer, ISC Representative JEANIE MENN Historian LYNDA KAY NANNY Rush Captain MARGARET BLUNTZER MARTI SEBERN MARTHA SIMON ZETA CHI Members BLANCHE GERBER Sponsor V :V - 'GJ The purpose of Zeta Chi is to cre- ate a bond of fellowship and loyalty and to promote leadership, esprit de corps and personal development in all phases of life. Pledges BOBBY FRASER Beau M55 'WW as - we 'W SHIRLEY HOGG JACKIE WOODY SANDRA NIEMANN President Vice President Secretary Pledge of the Year SHARRON HABERER SHERRY BARKER DE ANNE CABANISS Treasurer Reporter X ' ' ss a ss , EE Q I ' a M H U w A w SUZY DODILLET CAROL HANDKE MARGIE MCDONALD SHERRYN SPRADLEY J EANNIE TAPP MARI JON WHITELAW as n -Y E n ss s m n Wamw 3.-A f- N , , ,i 1:1 1 N4 f A -1.2 i , E V ,m l ,N 6 Q We V y -- , 1 i ERNEST FRANKE J. W. HOWE Sponsors ,sl STANLEY BITTINGER DAVID MARTIN JOHN M1LsoM A. N, PAGE HOWARD BOY President ai WL! , A ALPHA PI-II OMEG Officers JOHN HOWE GEORGE WRAY Vice President Vice President .-is ' 3' I , , , ni 'lil S 3 J 35-H 151 LW W 1 2.1 -::,j-.lgyt CHARLIE MAGEE Secretary rr' AMBROSE MELENDREZ Sergeant-at-Arms 'nk xl e-x, .- .A - :.. ,, vs, vp- , :-: ' V' U " , N if f"'-5 " E I Qff :Ez 5 f f"-'V' , K H I XL B H way? l Q eff .:. M J. In 5 .:.,-:-4.::- -. -::.: . N I .. -I 5: ,..::,,:::,:g: 5:5 ' " ' ' SS H if H ' '.?i'sEs.2E'- 5:2 :::sii:Eis2: sf. .EEE E E E . H H H H H g it . N5 5 E Y :Ii .3:5'.'I':":I:f"i'.Ei:Z ""E':EEEEEEE5?EEE-':':E :'E E25 12:2 Ili.-.FV 'iii 5? . H F 3, 5 .. -1 4'w"",is HSL ' age , ,-Q . x 'H K 2 H E5 :L 5 E 5,4 ne.. ' 'F' in arg y ps Hs z E E 2 E E is is E E H N K ::: 1.5:-is -'-'-" W is E Z -V Q--V. .- . U 4, lu- ' x l H - 5 ..,.,., U '- E s I Xi' Kr agin g I E Y , . 1.1 sig WAHM , A l .Mg , Q new I f L2?':L:lL:L I RAYMOND GARZA SHERWOOD HAMILTON CHARLES MARTIN RICHARD NORTON Pledges DOYLENE JENNINGS JOE LUGO DAVID SMITH BILL MANNING GABRIEL TAFOLLA Alpha Phi Omega, a national serv- ice fraternity open to all ex-Scouts, takes great pride in the many service projects it undertakes on the A8zI campus. This year they included helping with elections, Homecoming, Dad's Day, Lantana, and many other events. Sweetheart Doylene Jennings serves Joe Gomez during a fall rush party. ' wr" gs is an 5 E as--3? an lm ,-x E- ms Y is W, lun swag H ' H H H an - ' is We 'M sims H s H ' i M s Eei wgmm as gh gigs s T ails a -was as H Mikasa I -H ii-Eii SS , E. , .:.:., H as 1 I 'gif g ilfeie Sim H I atin g L1 H I tl NM E , s a is Im 'ms K IEEE 5 7 55? gg L l 5 'ina' T i 1": was is anim gs ma i is it i i 1 a gms is .-Y? B35 Fm B '-Aff' JO ANN STOCK Sweetheart PHILLIP JACKSON President LARRY WRIGHT Vice President CURTISS CONRAD Secretary 21' DONALD R. DAVIS Sponsor BETA SIGMA LAMBD TERRY KIRK MICHAEL LaLONDE PAUL LaLONDE V IB in f 3 ROBERT G. HORTON Sponsor Founded in the fall of 1963, Beta Sigma Lambda is the newest fratern- ity on campus. lt is the aim of this fraternity to encourage self reliance, the social graces, democracy, and scholarship, all of which are bound together by brotherhood. BOB TILLEY IFC Representative DAVE UNDERBRINK DAVID VELINDER -QS BILL MOORE Chaplain LARRY NEWTON Parliamentarian ROB ROY RICE Historian CARLYLE STAKES .-9' ,-.- -I' 1 ' Y , me-ms a use me 1 .,t.I,i: . I- Eib- A X 5 Tw LARRY BRISTER LEO WOMACK President CARLTON BEAL, JR. Vice President STEVE RICE Secretary BOB COSBY Reporter J. B. TAUBERT Parliamentarian MARVIN LONG Pledgemaster SHORE TT, A :': rl I V' if ,A T, 5 'JY :WK sl' ' 'R an , 1. , f ' uf . E f 5, 4-F,-" W CAROLE MEYER Sweetheart Hu yr! if BOBBY DWORACZYK BILL RICKEY I' ' x , E55-KE-.5 xgmgm Exam Q -ss -ss w-wp BRUCE MCKAGUE BILL ROBARDS PETE McNALLY JACK WILSON 'im KAPP SIGMA S-ur 'uv JOHN DODSON C TOMMY GOGGANS JERRY' JONES BO MANGUM BILL F. COWART JAMES KNIGHT Sponsor Sponsor One of the four social fraternities on the A8zl campus, Kappa Sigma Nu is also the oldest, having been organized in 1936 and re- activated last year. Kappa Sigma Nu takes part in social functions and increases its membership by invitation only. JESSIE BRAUDAWAY BUTCH COUCH :J BUDDY JONES JOHN JOHNSON BILLY LATHAM RAYMOND MIZE CLIFTON TRLICA Members 1 The purpose of Sigma Rho is to promote social activities on the A8zI campus. It sponsors the Playboy Party and selects a monthly Play- mate PW' mx E QW" gifs li? ei' A? 5' X I 79x ' Y fa Yr-7 PU5 BN ,, 11 Ulu GERALD J URICA President DOUG WILLIAMS Vice President JAMES McKINNEY Secretary JIM JOHNSTON Treasurer BOBBY SHAFER Social Chairman JIM COPPEDGE Historian TOM WOOD Reporter BOB ELAM JOE ERNST J. D. FISH BEN J. FOSTER JOHN GESICK WILLIAM F. HEME SAMMIE HENDERS MONTE ROUQUE PETE ZANCA YT' VICKI VANDERMEER Sweetheart JOHN ANDERSON JERRY DROUGHT EDDIE HATCH JOHN KEITH HOYT BALLARD Sponsor JAMES PALMER Sponsor Pledges BUDDY LYNUM BOB MARVIN WALTER MCCAY MIKE MIZE 'UU' DAVID MOORE JIM SCHROEDER BRYAN STEVES DAVID WILDS 5- H m a - : B 1 -V H . mm-X E TARA McQUERREY JAMES HOBBS E. V. RUHNKE J, D, STINEBAUGH Sweetheart Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Members :Q .,: - ' -, gf .H 'V' fx ,H ' I ' 1 .: ' ' ' -- :V E B . E 1 : Q. -'QL J' . H ' . H I I E . -,xxx 1111.1 H ., ,I ,..., ,Z lz., :.,.,.: ,.:,, . z .,.,: - Q. , -2:3 .5 Y ..., 'W - I I fe I A I I ef I I .ga--5-W , ' 'L I Ili, L' if iff. .P ,' .13 xg: ' - sl I ' :.: 1 V I V f 1 I. ff jjj ,. I ' r' '- A N 'D lm, 33522: H K ' "Q A. P , 3 . . ,, . 2 MR! ,., j ss B N B ss :.: Q'-N ' .1 nz H7 E . s JW, we g E . I 7 f E ,gg , .qs '- I Be all Mx' Q3 'LJ -9 ,Mlm Y S8 4,1 1' ' vm ' 4 A if 3555 gzg Q . ' ' ' I I ,., ' zlz X L A f .,. Y' 4 I RALPH UN DERBRINK President DARRELL WHITLOCK Vice President JAY CASTNER Secretary PAT WILSON Treasurer PETE STERLING Pledgemaster BOB- FRASER Parlidmentarian ROBERT HAGGERTON Historian H. F. WARNS Reporter NORMAN BROOM PAT CLAUSEWITZ HAROLD DAVIS WILSON KELLOGG DANNY NESKORA PAUL NYE RONNIE ORRELL 1- - ia ffl? ,-4 EL ROBERT BOB FRANK RONALD MIKE DEJRCORAH HALL HUNT PRATHER RASMUSSON STORTZ Pledges f?Hf'- .fi-P-I as Tau Delta Chi members work on Lan- 1' Wit' W" tana stage decorations. L Xt Tau Delta Chi's purpose is to pro- mote social activity and to bring stu- dents on the A8zI campus into closer contact with one another. It spon- sors a Lantana trophy, participates in the Greek Ball, and various other activities throughout the year. U-lysis TL 1 'H' "Q L: 1 H Q ip WWW? E : W E 139 N ORGANIZATIONS ET-3? First row: Woody Hagen Cpresidentb, Bobby Nedbalek Cvice-presidentb, Mary Joyce Beck Csecretaryj, Darrell Whitlock Ctreasurerj, Tom Hamff Creporterj. Second row: Jerry Jacobs, Tena West, Jean Butchers, Marlena Young, Bob McAbee. Third row: H. F. Warns, Alan Wiekel, Scotty Stroud, William Franklin. Fourth row: Phil Mc- Cormick, John Howe, Carl Paul. STUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council is the core of stu- dent government. Officers are chosen in a hard-fought campus election each spring. First row: Bob Fraser Cmale representativel, Darrell Whitlock fchai1'manJ,. Jeff Fowler Cvice-chairmanj. Second row: Patsy Puckett fsecretaryl, Carrie Lee Bishop Csponsorj, A1 Brieger Csponsorj, Ellyce Childers Cfemale representativej, Anne Parker Creporterl. STUDE T IO GOVERNING B0 ARD The Student Union Governing Board is a joint student-faculty group which provides recreational activities of both cultural and social interest to A8zI students. X I , Jw I ,N-f ' t aaa 2 H 1 si eva- a asus ms an maya xanax -.stat E -.gk-,exam N,-N mammal: -aaa, -erf. A -W ffvwith-, z . N ,uw K mana af- X' ri,-aaa'2'avr M' -5 , V ,-,wi aaa! aaa M at xi :M " 1 , an I is is Y za ss mmllw-X aluminium I sts F K a ms- was mm was ma are-x , amass '- Q if 'E fra mimi mum anna Imaam .manage txmjssms 5 an n ss 5 Q R mum mnlsinlmlm ' nl :if I - in -Kilim gsm me , a,-Mamie , -. s H ma Q Q H- B mm? J . ' tim saaast Mtv Y .5 , , swans E , n 1 it , s 3, as H-is 1 a : K . n I - K Q 1 S wilt? - iz 5 get f. Z -'V '19 5 Rik -Q A , wt . xt M V' is As First row: Carrie Lee Bishop Csponsorb, Esther Briggs fpresidentj, Penny Mathers Cvice-presidentb, Carole Meyer Ctreasurerb, Tanya Doffing Csecretaryb. Second row: Ears? Simler, Diane Weir, Jinx Beauchamp, Patsy Becker, Mary' Kay Butler, Mimi ch' ers. ASSGCIATIO OF OMEN STUDE TS The Association of Women Students, a branch of the Intercollegiate Association of Women Students, .Was founded on the Texas A8zI campus in 1941. Its purpose is to develop cooperation, friendliness, an d leadership among women students. This organization is open to all women students. ki- 1... Fxrst raw Karen S1m1er Cpresidentb, Lela Boone fV1C6 pres1dentJ J 01 Hermg Csecre taryb Patsy Morgan ftreasurerj, Sandy Faknert CStudent COUDCII representatwej Second row Sh1r1ey Klrk Tma Juarez Pat Kmght Ruth Moore Tanya Sue Doffmg Thud row Lucy Zamora Shlrley Piepho Doc1a Clement CCDUSI S I-I LL CO NCIL Elected off1cers and wmg representatlves make up the Cousms Hall councll Its purpose IS to promote harmomous 11v1ng and good , ifvrf. rm , ,gaamugms as EEE aa magma W ,Q 1 i ? E I B I a a , 1 First row: Margaret Blumer. Dee Dee Wood Ctreasurerl, Cookie Popp Cpresidentb, Leslie Sklorenko Csecretaryj, Nancy Rogers. Second row: Barbara Ward, Eva Jo Wilson, Elizabeth Ann Calvez, Gail Garrett, Yolanda Flores. Third row: Cathey Koblezek, Kathy Green, Michaela Crook. ECKHARDT HALL COU CIL The Eckhardt Dorm Council is composed of dormitory officers and wing representa- tives who encourage harmonious living in the dormitory and help direct special activi- ties throughout the year. E X - is Q7 5 IW msmlg rw f gl'- x-is N E M ' a a a- a a -a Mia - a was Hague E mmfms as M M B veggie H awaawwaxwxma a a WSW W is am, aww wmwggag gs W a-Ma has am wwwa a a Sm ms new me 1- E mixmgs amxggf-aw Ei V as E as an aa, as aa W First row: Nelda Martin, Nancy Roberts Ctreasurerl, Patsy Becker ipresidentl, Patsy Puckett fsecretaryj, Phyllis Troutman Cvice-presidentj. Second row: Annette Young, Doylene Jennings, Pam Ehlers, Leann Henderson, .Tenene Evans, Rita McFatter, Nancy Morelan. Third row: Sharron Davisson, Arvie Caughfield, Terry Hodgkins, Melanie Everson. Janet Smith, Mary Jane Kuby, Katy Malaer. LEWIS HALL COUNCIL Dormitory officers and representatives from various wings make up the council. Their purpose is to foster good will and har- monious living among the dormitory resi- dents. - K, ', ' 1, Y xi: H --M 2 at - J -- 4 First row: Carole Meyer freporterj, Penny Mathers Cpresidentl, Matti Sebern Cvice- presidentj, Linda Kay Hartzog Csecretaryj, Mimi Schiffers Ctreasurerj. Second row: Midgie Christian, Jo Ann Roberts, Diane Langworthy, Jane Cope, Suzanne Holmes, Yvonne Bixby. Third row: Linda Turner, Dorothy Clapp, Elaine Carter, Tena West, Eargara Massey. Fourth row: Gloria Carlstrom, Judy Phillips, Judi Garrett, Cheryl in schy. LY CH HALL CQU CIL Lynch Hall, the newest Women's dormi- tory on campus includes in its council elect- ed officers and appointed wing representa- tives. The council coordinates the- special ac- tivities sponsored by the dorm during the year. ss as is ss is 1 K ZZ News wigs mmmm as-mmm mmm-use ,W . , ss , First row: David Mayo Csecretary-treasurerl, Mark Stock Cpresidentj, Clark Ellison Cvice-presidentl, Johnny Harris Creporterj. Second row: David Hudson, Robert Her- nandez, John D. McElroy, Richard E. Heye, Alan Weikel, James Conn. MAY H LL CQUNCIL The May Hall Council is a representative body of May Hall Dormitory which admin- isters the activities of the dorm. The Council sponsors an open house on Dad's Day, the May Hall Christmas party, and a social in the spring for the seniors. is sggwm ms.-Swan 1 v:7 V.. First row: Tom Fisher Cvice-presidentj, Scotty Stroud, John Gesick Cpresidentj, J ack Carlisle Csecretary-treasurerl, Bill Moreland Creporterl. Second row: Quinton Ander- son, Torn McLaughlin, Monte Roquette, Farron Camp, Jeff Fowler, Robert G. Crain. Third row: J oe Ernest, Calvin Hayes, Jerry Daniel, Bill Morgan. F ourih row: Tim Wilson, J. N. McKinney, Buddy Lynum. PQTEET HALL CCD CH. The Poteet Hall Council plans and con- ducts the activities of the dormitory in cam- pus events and coordinates activities Within itself, such as the annual Christmas party. The council also strives to promote fellowship among the residents of the dormitory. First row: David Glazener Cpresidentj, Wilbert Hansen Cvice-presidentj, William Franklin, George Wray freporterj, Eddie Lange Csecetary-treasurerb. Second row: Harold David, Garwin Downes, Wilborn Stanteen, Dick Flannery, Doug Arnold, Robert Barber. Third row: George Montemayor, Thomas Borchers, Paul Wetherold, Albert Hoppe, Charlie Magee. SEALE HALL D COUNCIL The purpose of the Seale Hall Council is the promotion of a better atmosphere within the dormitory. The council sponsors several social activities during the year. 3 n 1.9 i iq l4,,J 5.1 ,K , X , A :Sh A V- ,?' A X- il---a.-en ,. , First row: Gail Mahoney Cvice-presidentj, Cathi Allen Cpresidenth, Sharon Rice Csec- retary-treasurerh. Second row: Bill Moreland, Albert Johnson Csponsorl, John Wil- son, Tom McLaughlin, Larry Brook. ALPHA PSI Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic society. It is organized for the pur- pose of advancement of the dramatic arts in education and recreation. Initiation is based on points earned in play productions and is held in the spring. 3: BM: 5 was is 55 sas mn .. was -1521 E fp E . -g- E E . is s s First row: Lynn Drawe Csecretaryl, James Stiegler Creporterj, Joi Hering Csweet- heartl, John Bremer fpresidentl, Jerry Jacob Cvice-presidentl. Second row: David D. Neher Csponsorl, Zac Falkenbury, David Mayo, Donald Wetzig, Norrnie Buehring, Edward Jungmann, Charles Fritcher, Brian Weiner, J. W. Howe Csponsorl. Third row: F. B. Wines Csponsorb, H. F. Warns, Donald Kasper, Monte Rouquette, Charles Riha, Bobby Nedbalek, David Coan, Bill Goodwin. Fourth row: Don Choate, Lynn Witten, Wilbert Hansen, Truman Olson, Leo Bailey Csponsorl, Charles Guettler, Casper Wenzel Ctreasurerl, Allen G. Hill. LPHA TAU ALPHA Alpha Tau Alpha is a national agricultural education fraternity. The Mu Chapter was installed in 1934, and is the only chapter in Texas. 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Page Csponsorj Third row: Arnulfo Ramirez, Irma Montemayor, Ellyce Childers, Dorris Knight, Kenneth Routt, William Bailey, Andrew Svatek, Maria Salazar, Lynda Kay Nanny, Nancy Roberts, Jo Ann Wendland. Fourth row: Nancy Wiseman, Maria Louisa Lopez, Arturo Ramirez, Wilbert Hansen, Jose Flores, Tim Wilson, Mary Lee Wuensche, Michaela Crook, Lena Webb Prokop, Linda Turner. Fifth row: Denzil Swiger, M. R. Gogineni, Ralph Turner, Joe Lee Bobbitt, John Howe, Mark Stock, Danny Neskora, David Crawford, Bettie Livingston. ALPHA CHI Scholars ale striving to dispel ignorance through the fearless investigation and search fo1 truth They are progressing toward the ideals of Alpha Chi - Truth and Character. l55 :ff if xr 2, ., .I Y . . r .5-SJ' X it X First row: Carol Christoffel Ctreasurerb, Diane Langworthy fsecretaryj, Pat Knight Cpresidentl, Mary Alice Baingo Cvice-presidentl, Nancy Wiseman Cchapter editorl. Second row: Catherine Boyer Csponsorj, Nancy Roberts, Lela Boone, Sally Good- ridge, Karen Wheeler, Linda Turner, Anna Franke. Third row: Rosemary Knippa, Linda Kay Hartzog, Johnnie Beth Smithen, Elsie Schulze, Margaret Frazier, Caro- lynn Marecek, Maria Louisa Lopez. Fourth row: Lynda Kay Nanny, Barbara Goode, Shirley Reed, Mary Ann Davis, Jeanelle Joyce. Fifth row: Ouida Garner, Mary Lee Wuensche, Laurie Vierus, Billie Pearson. CAP A D GSW Cap and Gown is a senior honor society for Women. It strives to promote scholarship, leadership, and service. A grade point aver- age of 3.4 is required for membership. A formal banquet is held every spring and fall to initiate new members. E H E gy 3 E -it -NNE amass 'mm at-:exam-ss mms' nat namin- egg,-is 325388 egg? s as-in SHN-qgamm ta fzivva-a X7 it U .0 'px fn -:7,' We ,I A I. f - ff 1 Kqgswn T- X 5453.-, f 7 " if f e qv 7 is W Q L ,X f xi ,. 5 x fps' H xl Eggs E . 9... mam gnu new 5. . Q A - x it G 2 .fi .Q Q. 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Fourth row: Shirley Reed, La Donna Underbrink, Pat Knight, Diane Langworthy, Anna Franke. colon IACKETS ganization consisting of girls who have a high grade average and who have been accepted by the members. Prospective members must be nominated by the faculty. w V s -u- Q s ,f-"4 5 5 ' f is 'QS--V K " -k .,. f, .... -,...f-- i 3 ' R. . ' L First row: Linda Turner Cpresidentj, Mary Coward Ctreasurerj, Carolyn Marecek Creporterj, Peggy Diviney Cvice-presidentl, Nancy Roberts Csecretaryb. Second row: Wreathy Aiken Csponsorj, Ofelia Trevino, Mary Jane Silvas, Nelda Martin, Frances Sharp Csponsorj. Third row: Virginia Fay, Patsy Becker, J enene Evans, Judy Allison. KAPPA CDMICRCD PH Kappa Ornicron Phi, national honorary home economics sorority, was founded in 1922. Membership is determined by scholar- ship. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate scholastic effort in the field of home economics. ss s ss as amass 'ss was -Las smxm 5sax-x ss me asa asa EQ? mga sms asa was me mam m dk ' s a H . Wg-:Qt Q WWW? awww mamma s asm was asa-s Bins :ir Wagga . is xmas s assesses assigggmamsassjyruwas H t B E igmwamgimwasaigifigg-as it HHBEBQ QEB'-'E-H Q mxmxiim sais gage Qi I E htcitsturs-is 1-5:-E-sz-xmssagsmfsws:-s sassssssssa me--:ss wBsasasaswmm awww WEE as , m5a msmxmsH5iQgg , pxsmmamsasamssss QEEMA si M s as .,.ff-mm, r ENN! Ease: E . s me si ss as: La s-.isa 'MSEW .gsm 1-favs mama mama First row: Eddie Lange, Ctreasurerj, Daniel Neskora Cvice-presidentj, Woody Hagen fpresidentb, Kenneth Fiedler Csecretaryj, Paul Wetherold Chistorianj. Second row: A. J. Espinosa Csponsorb, Scott Gregorcyk, Ralph Hinze, Robert Riley, C. V. Mooney Csponsorl. Third row: Bill Morgan, Ralph Underbrink, Thomas Borchers, Tim Wil- son, Paul Gaskin. SIGMA TAU Sigma Tau is a national honorary frater- nity Which was first established at A8zI in 1956. Its members are those junior and sen- ior engineering students who have a three- point grade average and are in the top one- third of their class. aws- amass qm :au -H- mswm-f-gs-is n , - - amass-ss tr mam- Q Ma.MEH'r s n mn 'm'Se 'ha . QQ .E H a -was is-ss stim- --fm-ss is-M. : nag- - an ,, .HL .. ,i...L -ss H. .J- , 'LEIQPXX .Cl V ., r it-,gg Q Tn-m Eiwt 'ss-an ws- WWW?-its .nk H az. as-if ll ' " 4 wma Q xrz First row: Ralph Russell Csponsorj, William Herndon Cpresidentl, Will Walker Ctreas- urerj, Daniel Lefner Cparliamentarianl, Phil McCormick Cvice-presidentl. Second row: Dena Edwards, Edvin Nemec, Byron Burton, Jeffrey Dunning. Third row: Ron- nie Cook, Ralph Turner, Lloyd Hutchens, Dan Pollock, Howard Williams. Fourth row: William Franklin, Roger Craig, Wilbron Stanteen. ACCOU Tl G SOCIETY The purpose of the Accounting Society is to further the interest in and understanding of accounting among its members and to pro- mote a more cordial relationship among prac- ticing accountants, accounting instructors, and students of accounting. ,fa a Z 'Hu First row: Charles Riha Ctreasurerh, James Stiegler Csecretaryj, Deanie Speer Csweet- heartb, Leonard Pawlik Cvice-presidentb, Wilbert Hansen Cpresidentj. Second row: Donald Halbgewachs, Jim Harton, H. F. Warns, Donald Wetzig, Paul Rainey, Jerry Jacobs, Brian Weiner. Third row: David Neher fsponsorj, Zac Falkenbury, Edward Jungmann, Bill Goodwin, Richard Towers, Bobby Nedbalek, Herbert Raab. Fourth row: Thomas Kurz, Rick Bixby, Tommy Seal, Joe Ernst, Richard Galloway, Mike Dodson. Fifth row: C. L. Berens, Jack Turner, Larry Richter, Jay Harmon, Tom Sanders, Vernon Scott. e GGIF CI ,L B The Aggie Club sponsors an "All Aggie Social" early in the fall semester to intro- duce the organization's sweethearts to all the new Aggies. An Aggie Christmas dance is held each year, featuring a top western band. me H-as use sans ess asa H sasaslimir seas an 4:2 s ss,-. as is .Z gf- yt First row: Charles Riha Ctreasurerb, James Stiegler Qsecretaryb, Deanie Speer Csweet- heartj, Leonard Pawlik fvice-presidentj, Wilbert Hansen Cpresidentj. Second row: Allen Hill, Arthur Dan Baker, Freddie Sanchez, Jimmy Hooks, Larry Collinsworth. Third row: Jose G. Solorzano, Doug Arnold, Robert Cotter, DeWitt Lynn, Conrad Neitsch. Fourth row: John Holland, Kenneth Hood, Kenneth Fischer, Donald Kasper, Charles Fritcher, Pete Winn. Fifth row: Henry Raska, Joe Wilhelm, Leo Bailey fsponsorj, Monte Rouquette, Larry Busby, Al Schiffers. AGGIF Cl I, B The highlight of the year is the Aggie Roundup with a barbecue and dance. During this time an Aggie of the Year award is given to the outstanding Aggie who possesses high qualities of leadership, citizenship, knowl- edge, and participation. i T? First row: Wilbert Hansen Cpresidentb, Leonard Pawlick Cvice-presidentj, Deanie Speer Csweetheartb, Charles Riha Ctreasurerb, James H. Stiegler Csecretaryb. Second row: George Hausmann, Kenneth Steindorf, James Black, Casper Wenzel, Robert McCarty, Hilmer Schwierzke. Third row: J. W. Howe Csponsorl, George Roberts, Gary Gadeke fparliamentarianl, Robert Robinson, Lynn Drawe, Bill Brodnax. Fourth row: Don Choate, Chris Mudd, Clayton Burns, Gus Person, Truman Olson, Albert Wright, George Matocha, Philip MacMahon. Fifth row: James Altmann, John Bre- mer, Johnny Pokluda, Kenneth Miller, Michael Cooney, Donald Harris, Lynn Witten. AGGIP CI ,L B For the past two years the Aggies have been very mstrumental both physically and financially 1n the development of Mesquite was seam mw- -are .mins tm t W a,rI111I"'K H H E E E m -me m I mu wugwl mi' H .M H-H Eggs HQ? wg. sagem m ive E xmnmxmsm an m m eh: f wmnmwzri gs Rags L Hamm ms SSESSBHHSS BSS- -awt I-an is SEI-ima a musings H- -a H -SS-S8 B8 S8E EK-KXWTX SS SENSE- I m QQLMQ A E E N vw- First row: Victor C. Smith Cpresidentl, Barry A. Beal fvice-presidentl, Robert O. Riley ftreasurerl, Ronald Breckel Csecretaryb. Second row: J, D. Fish, James Conn, Doug Williams, Edwin Peet, C. V. Mooney. AMERICAN I STITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL E GI EERS This organization is a student chapter of the American Institute of Mining and Metal- lurgical Engineers. Any student in good standing at A8zl and enrolled in engineering is eligible for membership. Its main purpose is to promote fellowship among the engineers and to inform the members of problems and advancements in the engineering field. E HE 4: 99 5 vq First row: Karen Simler 1treasLu'erD, Mary Jane Kuby Csecretryb, Nancy Wiseman Cpresidentl, Patsy Morgan. Second row: Evelyn Beckwith, Galand Fox, Geney Haw- kins, Tanya Sue Doffing, Sammie Gomillion, Yolanda Flores. Third row: Lela Boone, Gloria Rangnow, Gene Bodwell, Nancy Jurica. ASSGCIATIO OF CI-HLDHQOD FDUCATICD The Association of Childhood Education is composed primarily of elementary educa- tion majors. The Association attempts to keep its members well informed on new methods in the field of elementary education. 'si' we Si 'WFS em B a s ss mam we ,Q ws X sf -4 U 1 N D' :4 ss nw First row: George Montemayor Cpresidentl, Amado Pena Cvice-presidentb, Judy Soden Csecretary-treasurerj, Ben Bailey Csponsorj, William Renfrow Csponsorl. Sec- ond row: Rogelio Rodriquez, Themis Guerra, Roel Garcia, Daniel Yzaquirre, Arnoldo Guadiano, Leola Perez, Alfredo Herrera, Sulema Cavazos. BELLAS ARTES Bellas Artes is an organization comprised mainly of art majors. The organization is, however, open to all students interested in the arts. , sf Z - Tug - "if xi First row: Brian Cain fvice-presidentj, Perthena Sutton Csecretaryj, Milton Plom- arity Cpresidentj, Jeff Sanders Csponsorl. Second row: Maria Lopez, Robert Snavely Angel Martinez, Amador Silva, Loti Brewer, Mary Parker. BIOLGGY CLUB The Biology Club is an organization of science students formed to promote further interest in the various fields of biology. Ac- tivities include field trips, group projects, participation in campus activities, and lec- tures from leaders in the field of biology. is is s s -. '5- . I First row: Vidal Cantu Cpresidenth, Sally Stout Csecretaryb, J. N. McKinney Cre- porterD, Annie Ruth Cowan Cvice-presidentl, Mary Ann Davis Ctreasurerj. Second row: Dwight Hazlett Csponsorj, C. R. Smith, Charles Johnson, Bob Flannery, David Harrington, Jo Ann Wendland, Leo Womack. Third row: Dennis Ford Csponsorj, Sara Smith. Val Lehmann, Louis Burgin. Phil McCormick, Linda Childs, Bill Hemes. Fourth row: J. B. Smart, L. L. Hutchens. Nelson Dunn, T. L. Gogaans, Paul Davis, Jeanie Menn. Fifth row: Carlton A. Bolting. Wilbron Stanteen, Skip Willoughby, ' J im Wilson, Pat Fried, Ken Mueller, Garvin Downes. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATICD CLUB The Business Administration Club is an organization designed for the specific inter- est of those students who intend to enter the field of business administration. Student par- ticipation in the club provides important per- sonal contacts with business leaders which may later be utilized by the business student. Hirst row: Ted Hill fpresidentJ, J. B. Finley Csponsorb, Daniel Neskora Cvice-presi- denth, Rudy Bendixen Csecretaryb. C. V. Mooney Csponsorj. Second row: Juan Jose Perez, Garey Brown, Steve Rice, Bud Gibson, Daniel Puente. Third row: Billy Dick- man, Verne Ragle, Pat Childers. Fourth row: Ronnie Gilbreath, Thomas Borchers, Wayne A. Theiss, Joe Lee Bobbitt. CHEMICAL E GI EERS The Campus Society of Chemical Engi- neers is an organization for students major- ing in chemical engineering or related fields. Its purpose is to promote the professional de- velopment of its members by programs and relations with other engineering organiza- tions and to contribute to the development of chemical engineering in this college through activities involving the faculty and mem- bers. is -,V First row: Thomas Bomar fpresidentl, Richard Brown Cvice-presidentl, David Craw- ford Ctreasurerl, Mickey Edens fparliamentarlanl, Butch Newton Csecretaryj. Second row: Pat Childers, Dick Flannery, Rudy Bendixen, Walter Smith, John Schlabach, Amador Silva. Third row: Donald Davis Csponsorb, Robert McCulloch, Milton Kuehn, Stanley Nelson, Fred Garland fsponsorl. Fourth row: Bill Clements, Robert Horton Csponsorb, E. V. Ruhnke Csponsorl, W. O. Wilson, Clark Ellison, Massey Brand. CHEMISTRY CLUB This organization affords opportunities for the students of chemistry and chemical engineering to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional associations, to secure ex- perience in preparing and presenting tech- nical material before chemical audiences, and to instill a professional pride in chemistry. AT' I. ra- ,., l ia f e First row: Eddie Whitworth Ctreasurerj, Pat Stricklin Cpresidentj, Sharron Haberer Csweetheartb, William Franklin Cvice-presidentl, Garvin Downes Csecretaryj. Second row: Milton Plomarity, Charles Johnson, Bob Flannery, R. A. Norton, Richard Can- non. Third row: Rudy Alexander, Charles Willette, James Wallner, Reece Brown. Fourth row: Robert Whitworth, Harry Pratt, Jr., Hollis McKinney, Bruce Nail. Fifth row: Dr. Paul Barlow Csponsorj, Steve Suarez, Robert Hernandez. V -. , CIRCLE The Circle K Club is a service organiza- tion whose primary aim is service to the cam- pus. Services performed for the campus in- clude: supplying 'workers for ballot boxesg serving for barbecuesg ushering at assem- bliesg and placing signs around campus for special occasions. The club also performs ser- vices for the community and general area. One off-campus project was the sponsorship of a Halloween party for the boys at' Boys' City in Driscoll. if .,,. ,, .. , ...X mf s-ss T? 6 First row: John Bremer ftreasurerj, Edward J ungmann, Madis Smith Csponsorj, Gus Person Cpresidentl, F. B. Wines Csponsorj. Second row: Allen Hill, Doug Arnold, Joe Ernst, Casper Wenzel, Robert Alder, Larry Collinsworth. Third row: W. K. Myers, Thomas Kurz, Normie Buehring, Dan Keath, Henry Raska, Charles Riha, Bobby Nedbalek. Fourth row: Don R. Choate, Wilbert Hansen, Leonard Pawlik, Kenneth Miller, Clayton Burns, Jack Turner, Pete Winn. EUT RE EARMERS OE AMERICA The Texas A8zI chapter of the Future Farmers of America is an organization de- signed for students majoring in agricultural education. The purpose of the organization is to train future teachers for organizing and advising FFA chapters in high schools. This organization also sponsors FFA leadership and judging contests for area high schools FFA members. ss!- is-as ss W M E s - e W. KW .Slam H S H Ms H x-x Q ' s is First row: Gail Mahoney Csecretaryb, John Wilson Cpresidentb, Bill Moreland Cvice- presidentb, Larry Brook Ctreasurerl. Second row: Susan Burr, Neida Estringel, Cathie Allen, Doylene Jennings, Gloria Garza, Barbara Graham, Pennye Wheeler. Third row: Anne Cantu, Sharon Rice, Kelly Carpenter, Harrison Ewing, Stanley Mc- Millan, Irma Laurel. Fourth row: Renne Allred III, Jim Palmer Csponsorj, Vincent Artale. Albert E. Johnson Csponsorh, Torn McLaughlin. FOQTLIGI-ITS CLUB The Footlights Club serves to raise the standards of dramatics at Texas A8zI by rec- ognizing the most Worthy individual and group efforts in the creative arts of the thea- ter. The activities of the Footlights Club con- sist of five major productions, one minor one, and several scenes given to the club at meet- mgs. asm SEL E EH Biggs gi!!! sis mgrrssi-. awww EEE rgs SHE sg B W. as erm mn EQ: iss Q ss ,asa glass -E V E get H- E is ms ,tm s ss gm X 31135 Sis tgp the BB was REB ,ss 'gms asm :W 12325 WEN time ESSEX i L., First row: Litle Joe Bartlett Cvice-presidentl, Keith Cauley Ctreasurerj, Sarnmie Bar- ing fsecretaryb, Jerry Daniel Cpresidentj, Stewart Cooper. Second row: Docia Cle- ment, Cathey Kobli-zek, Angenelle Davis, Melba Orsak, Elise Tobin. Third row: Zola May Hunter, Mickie Garza, Marti Sebern, Jo Ann Neel, Regino Corona. Fourth row: Ken Morgan, Charles Cothran, Danny Sutton, HEALTH A D PHYSICAL EDUCATIQ CL B The Health and Physical Education Club promotes interest in basketball, which is their main source of revenue. They give a 350.00 scholarship and are quite active in campus activities. They also have two social affairs, one in the fall and one in the spring. W E E , V lm V , is E s B s is 4, V 1 1 ll l i, 3""1 in First row: Carolynn Marecek Cvice-presidentj, Jinx Beauchamp fsecretaryb, Mary Coward Cpresidentj, Nancy Roberts Cparliarnentarianl, Esther Briggs Creporterj, Lynda Kay Nanny Ctreasurerh. Second row: Wreathy Aiken Csponsorl. Vivian Beyer, Patsy Becker, Jenene Evans, Ofelia Trevino, Mary Rackley, Attelia L. Muller Cspon- sorh. Third row: Elaine Kerr, Carolyn McAfee, Judy Allison, Pat Tyrnrak, Ernestina Garcia, Virginia Fay, Frances Sharpe fsponsorl. Fourth rovr: Bonnie Manhoff, Jane Mays, Janelle Cooper, Iris Kalich, Rosanelia Bustamante, Linda Turner, Nancy Dowling. Fifth row: Rowena Paiz, Tena West, Gloria Carlstrom, Darlene Anderson, Mary Jane Silvas, Janis Bertmann. HQ E ECG OMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club is an organiza- tion for all home economics majors and any- one interested in the field of home economics. It participates in many local and campus ac- tivities. It promotes fellowship and profes- sional spirit among the Texas A8zI Home Economics Club members. k gait' 1 is as- "!'iH'H'N ua - a " M E H- tx iwwlliluliiiu - is c' 'Ki Mama K Wgka ggg mx-in ltgaiuam NES V-A at um., Q ge H H X at H First row: Sylvia Lopez Creporterj. Julio Saenz Ctreasurerb, Dora Ortiz Qpresidentl, Adalberto Saenz Cvice-presidenth, Rebecca Rodriquez Csecretaryl. Second row: Mar- got Ortegon, J aney Cruz, Luis Garcia, Michaela Garza, Alfonso Lopez, Gloria Barraza, Mirtha Gutierrez. Third row: Francisco Longoria, Angelina Castilleja, Rosendo Rod- riquez, Rachel Vera, Alicia Martinez, Joe Villarreal, Mauro Carvajal. Fourth rofw: Iggrinalifklaniz, Dalila Duenas, Ramon Chacon, Rodolfo dela Garza, Amada Garcia, r1s ores. HISPA 0 CLUB The activities of the Hispano Club early this fall were restricted to the writing of a new constitution. Their purpose is to further knowledge and understanding of the twenty- one Latin American republics as to their cul- ture, ethics, history, language, and all other aspects of life. M. iam- :' 'if.?,'.' 5" . ...-. - i-' if . ,., V ,S I sul? 1,1 P' :H V., TP Q:- -S First row- Sylvia Lopez Creporterj, Julio Saenz Ctreasurerl, Dora Ortiz Cpresidentl, Second rofw Adalberto. Saenz Cvice-presidentl, Rebecca Rodriquez Csecretaryl. h: Rosario Garza Anita Cavazos, Emilio Aldape, Arturo Flores, Romeo Canales, Celia A '1 Bla ca Abrego. Third row: Francisco Longoria, 'Margaret Lee Scott, Ever gui ar n ardo P6rez,.Edmund0 Zaragoza, Rowena PIHZ, Gregor1o.G5ut1errez1 Foiirth 1-EK. a Maria HinoJosa, Auralia Carona, Marylou Nicholson, Olivia Cana es, ose Cavazos. Fifih row: Octavio Rodriquez, Amado Pena, Rafael Guerra. HISPA O CLUB This club is active in campus activities. It also offers its members typical Spanish and Latin American fiestas and other celebra- tions. ' af C7 Q... Xxx. -? First row: H. F. Warns Cvice-presidentl, Herbert Raab fpresidentb, Mary Ann Borch- ers Csweetheartl, Casper Wenzel Csecretary-treasurerj, Sammy Ruegg Creporterh. Second row: Robert McCarthy, Conrad Neitsch, George Matocha, David Neher Cspon- sorj, Freddie Sanchez, Arthur Dan Baker, Jerry' Jacobs, Brian Weiner. Third row: Donald Halbgewachs, Richard Galloway, Charles Guettler, Larry Richter, Tommy Seal, Dewitt Lynn, Charles Fritcher. Fourth row: R. J. Cotter, Henry Raska, Chris Mudd, Jay Harmon, Leo Bailey Csponsorj, Robert Robinson, Bobby Nedbalek. I-IQRTICULTURE CLUB The Horticulture Club promotes campus beautification, sponsors field trips, displays educational exhibits of plants, and presents programs to those interested in horticulture. First row: Bill C. Morgan Cvice-chairmanl, James Moore Creporterl, Paul Wetherold Cchairmanb, Paul Gaskin Ctreasurerl, Buddy Mueller Csecretaryj. Second row: Mari ano Munivez, Mahesh P. Shah, Ralph Underbrink, William Wickline, Florencio Perez, Emerson Korges. Third row: George Mahaffey, Larry Cox, Oserrance Smith, Robert Meitzen, Ralph Hinze. Fourth row: Gerald Mathieu, Kenneth Fiedler, Arthur Rich- ardson, Robert Elam. Fifth row: William Reuthinger, Ficaro Salazar, Wayde Gilliam, Scott Gregorcyk, Tommy Shockley. STITUTE OE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS E CTI EERS The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers is a student branch of the National Organization for Professional Engineers. It meets monthly and sponsors films, pro- grams, and work sessions of interest to EE majors. zxaxfouxg HSHH HGSAA DB uods pue samzxgq OS 1s1 9'-I 'O'.:I'I egoos I -Il 'samulaqe NIJ. gaunog I 1000 saqeugp e sndnuea PU AA 10 01 S11 I OU EBI GS 9111 qsaxaqug UI 1910 uogeu 9 UI Suo Sql pos H I my u.1a1 3911! HO -oo saqouxoad Uaunog Aqguxaqeag-Jaqul BILL I--4 GF O11 I-IITJ VPU P11 I0 rv- o P Aeq opxy 5-TH IIAA. 91' sa: mo: 1 : SD B 3 E :awww B3 ga.. MSE? ,ie my? Um gag ' mg E83 45' 0:0 .1 Pb gm: Q93 353 5 U'm. 15.5 IJQ 5 W - 5:3 "G y... :HA U H FD rf- DJ sspef SQCIOH lalnsealq-A1 K 1 Sa 'E U mi! go "1 Y E SE? Ill in H P' Sv: 5:2 I nm Emu Q-.mg Ov-ga 3-9-0 I Q45 s . s E V ,': f I i ,' 1 First rowz. Carrie Lee Bishop, Anne Parker Csecretaryb, Luan Burchers lpresidentj, Ellyce Childers Ctreasurerj, Sharon Rice Cvice-presidentb, Faye Bible. Second row. Marlena Young, Beth Parker, Pat Perkins, Madis Smith, Mary Joyce Beck. Third row: Arvie Caughfield, Peggy Deviney, Blanche Gerber, Judy Harris. I TER-SORORITY COUNCIL The Inter-Sorority Council strives to pro- mote a greater unity among the sororities on campus. Each sorority elects two representa- tives to serve with the president of the so- rority as members of the Council. The Coun- cil coordinates Rush Week activities and sponsors the Inter-Sorority Tea and the Pres- entation Dance and co-sponsors the Greek- letter Dance. TV First row: Firooz Naderi fpresidentj, Blanca Abrego Ctreasurerl, Gloria Garza Cre- porterj, Xochitl Rodriquez Csecretaryl, Michael Cooney. Second row: Judy Soden, Assad Nasr, J. E. Romero, Marylou Nicholson, Vipin Worah, Michaela Crook, Rane Pratap, Bahadur Rajendra. Third row: Ramon Silvas, Saleh Ghorieb, Ved Parkash, Santiago Olvera, Jose Ramon Reyes, Adnan E1-Assad, Adjudami-Parviz, M. R. Shah, Fourth row: Jim Soden, Charles Simmons, James Burk, M. R. Gogineni, Rassoul N. Ghadimi, Guessous Abderrahman, Pedro Zarate. I TER ATIO AL STUDE T FORUM The purpose of the International Student Forum is to promote a better understanding among the foreign students of the campus. ss, f'T "ww First rorw: Robert Hernandez fpresidentl, Anna Franke Csecretary-treasurerl, Dick Flannery fvice-presidentl, Midgie Christian. Second row: Jo Ann Wendland, Rodolfo dela Garza, Kenneth Routt, John Fraser, Ann Farek. Third row: Doris Moloney, Bob Morrisard, Don McCarty, Bill Clements, Patsy Spilrnan. Fourth row: John Milsom Csponsorb, Milton Kuehn, Ralph Hulse. MATH CLUB The principal objective of the Mathe- matics Club is the promotion of a broader interest and a fuller appreciation of mathe- matics. This organization strives to extend mathematical concepts and inquires into the professional opportunities which are avail- able to students in the mathematics field. E ss ss 'X l -I 3 First row: Armando Hinojosa Ctreasurerj, Chito Vela Cpresidentj, Xochitl Rodriquez Csecretaryl, Amado Pena Creporterj, Raul Palacios Cvice-presidentl. Second row: Noe Ortiz, Arturo Gomez, Maria Martinez, Themis Guerra, J. P. Hickey, Mary Cano, J im Soden. Third row: Vidal Cantu, Lamar Flores, Guadalupe Guajardo, Belia Bazan, David Martinez. Fourth row: Rowena Paiz, Rafael Guerra, Marylou Nicholson, Rob- erto Benavides, Leola Perez. LARFDO CU. B The Laredo Club is a social-mutual organi- zation whose purpose is to foster better rela- tions among A8zl students. Its membership consists of those students interested in the campus social activities and in the governing of such a program. First row: Raul Pallacios Cvice-presidentl, Amado Pena freporterj, Xochjtl Rodriquez ' ' A ' ' t rerl. Second row' fsecretaryh, Chxto Vela Cpresidentj, Armando H1noJosa Creasu . Gloria Barraza, Gloria Gutierrez, Octavio Alvarez, Uvaldo Martinez, Irma Monte- mayor. Third row: Julio Saenz, Joe Villarreal, Francisco Molina, Judy Soden. Fourth row: Dolly Duenas, Irma Salazar, Anita Cavazos, Dora Galvan. Fifth row: Jose Campos, Gabe Tafolla, ,Pedro Palacios, Ambrose Melendrez, Emilio Aldaps. LARFDO Cl ,L B This club is very active in campus activi- ties and sponsors many functions throughout the year. First row: Alma McClelland isocial chairmanl, Tim Elliott Csocial chairmanj, Johnnie Beth Srnithen Cvice-presidentl, Evelyn Duncan Creporterb, Buddy Laws Cpresidentj, Mary Jayne Shepp Csecretary-treasurerl. Second row: Sherryn Spradley, Jean Valen- ciano, David Smith, Marigene Kenne, Bobby Onderdonk, Douglas Barr, Sharon Fowler. Third row: John Gillis, Santiago Montemayor, Irma Salazar, Judy Bauer, Cathie Boudreau, Sue Vaughan, Donald Carnes. Fourth row: Robert J anota, Anthony Wilhelm, Wallace Klingaman, John Walton, Jerry Babbitt, Nina Jackel. Fifth row: Armela Leal, Dennis Crane, Randy Dietel, August Haufler, Carol Holmes, Irma Montemayor. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIO AL CO FERE CE Music Educators' National Conference is a departmental music organization open to any student who is interested in music edu- cation, although most members are either majoring or minoring in some phase of music education. This chapter is one of the largest in the state of Texas. a Bare M was w w 'Neal e is U use M W W , we amuikk U Mxg wavy N f'Me5 lazgvs First row: J oleen Edgerton Csecretaryj, Cecile Self Kpresidentl, Faye Russek Clst vice- presidentb, Irma Salazar Ctreasurerj, Felipe Mendoza 12nd vice-presidentJ, Father Erdelt Csponsorj. Second row: Phyllis Landry, Chris Flores. Kathy Abbott, Buba Lamb, Bob Flannery, Margot Ortegon, Cecile Goldthorn, Pat Nevlud, Eva Rivera, Bonnie Manhoff. Third row: Joyce Wilkinson, Angelina Castilleja, Mark Patton, Rose Carroll, Arthur Zunker, Dick Flannery, Brian Cain, Bobby Gendke. Fourth row: Mary Chilen, Amador Silva, Diana May, Reynaldo Granado, Kenneth Fischer, David Etheridge, Maximilian Guzman, Daniel Lefner. EWMA CLUB The Newman Club, an affiliate of the Catholic Welfare Society, promotes the spirit- ual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic students at A8zI. First row: Jerry Allen Cpresidentj, James Orsak Csecretaryj, M. M. Truitt Csponsorl, Eddie Lange Cvice-presidentj, Fahir Basci Csponsorb. Second row: Carlton Bolting, Barry Nixon, Carl Paul, Charles Seekamp, Bob Fraser. Third row: Myron Wier, Herbie Maurer, Alan Weikel, Milton Bluhm. Fourth row: Paul Stephenson, Arthur Burgoyne, Joe Harris, C. E, Klimicek, James Brown. ORGANIZATICD QP GE ERAL E GI EERS The purpose of the Organization of Gen- eral Engineers is to inform the members of this club, by lectures or films, of the various aspects of engineering that a general engi- neer might encounter. .4 WW s W az 'ss First row: David Perkins Csecretaryj, Jerry Jackson fpresidentb, Bill Clements tvice- presidentj. Second row: Kenneth Zimmer, R. E. Anderson Csponsorj, V. E. Michalk Csponsorl, John Richter. Third row: John Howe, Eugene Mittag. PHYSICS CLUB The Physics Club, on alternating years, sponsors a physics show. The club, with other organizations on campus, Works to obtain guest speakers in the sciences. 1 x ,Q E . ,sa 1-1 is a is i-x 1-x is mimi , ' wiwwm H... H. H 1,.i.1,.i ie iw:-fan we an qu' as-was-s 1585 is was is s is faves ni -me n x-x is a is an is mx-X is in , Mmm -:Hi x-1 B - ST, ' - 1 .1 'v-53 First row: R. D. Brummett, Gena Guerrette, David Ince. Second row: Budde Johnson, George Vaughan isponsorl, William Hall Csponsorb. Third row: John Fraser, Bill Kuester, David Glazener. PSI CHI Psi Chi is composed of psychology majors and is open to anyone interested in the field. Their meetings are held to further the knowl- edge of students in the field of psychology. 'lr nr, as .", . 53' kfigglgx -:I 2 'Li -J l gf ix cn' First row: Jeffrey Dunning freporterj, Darrell Whitlock Cvice-presidentj, David Glazener Cpresidentb, Speedy Bohannon Ctreasurerl, Chuck Nattinger Csecretaryj. Second row: Mario Perez, Cesar Cantu, Johnny Herrera, Pete Zanca, Leslie Mc- Neill, Robert Barber, Robert Haggerton. Third row: David Martinez, Geoffrey Schrimsher, Cecil Oxford, Kenneth Fiedler, Olin Linke, John Dodson, Clifton Trlica, Marte Guillen, Fourth row: Thomas Pesek, Edvin Nemec, Jesus Maldonado, Ronny Avery, Farron Camp. Fifth row: Jim Johnston, Mike Rutherford, Fred Ryan, John Howe, Joe Ernst, Gale Chapin. RESER lj OFFICERS ASSOCIATIO The Reserve Officers Association is a so- cial organization With the purpose of creat- ing and furthering a spirit of leadership, man- hood, and mutual helpfulness. It also pro- motes social situations of the type that cadets will encounter when serving in the United States Army. mmm, " "eva, m-mmm I I- mmmm mm I mgmzggm iggig -mmm Hwmfggmmmmmmm H M m mmm- m-mm an mmmmmm mmm mv m mmm mmmmm mm!-:mmm mmmamm ga SKS WWWVQQEQI mm ffm-mm Em I mmm mmmmmm mm- mmw m m m Q m m m img? W mmmmm Mmm mm mmm m m mmm mmmmm m m mmxmm mmm mm mm m Q,- 7m at-KE. Vs. ,,f m m 2 Firsi row: Milton Koehl Csecretary-treasurerj, Raul Hedgpeth Cvice-presidentl, Kitty Dinn Csweetheartl, Terry Bowen Cpresidentj, Gary Gadeke. Second row: J. H. Mc- Crocklin Csponsorj, Barbara Graham,'Pat Perkins, Elaine Bowen, Patricia Ruegg, Melba Orsak, Sandra Anderson. Third row: Jimmy Hooks, Paul Rainey, Roger Penney, Toots Bissett, Tommy Rutherford, H. R. Yeargan Csponsorj. Fourth row: W. B. Patterson, Jim Neff, Bill Schmidt, Richard Towers. Fifih row: Rob Kornegay Ray DuBose, Michael Cooney, Jimmy Faucett. RODEO Cl ,L B The A8zI Rodeo Club sponsors a team that competes with other college teams from all over the United States. Membership is open to all interested students at A8zI. A 'lumwizi 'Email ,,i Zn: my 2 s, as First row: Milton Koehl Csecretary-treasurerj, Raul Hedgpeth fvice-presidentj, Kitty Dinn Lsweetheartj, Terry Bowen Cpresidenty Elaine Bowen Creporterl. Second row: Elaine Kerr, Marilyn Meyer, Robert Rust, Kathleen Hedberg, Judi Haynes. Third row: Poe Cabe, R. J. Cotter, Jesse Howell, Jeff Tracy. Fourth row: Paul Mayo, Ver- non Milam, Larry Swift, Wayne Corneliusl Fifth row: .Chris Mudd, Robert Raney, Scottie Briggs, Don Webb, Larry Busby. RGDPQ Cl ,le B Among the intercollegiate rodeos sponsor- ed by the Rodeo Club are the N.I.R.A. Rodeo, the All College Rodeo, and a Match Rodeo. R-,lf M. t3 First row. Carol Peay Csecretaryl, W. W. Aldrich Csponsorl, Jack Turner fpresidentl - ' A ' Kath Ab Lela Boone Ctreasurerj. Second row. Mary Jane Kuby, Amelia gulrre, y - bott, William Bailey, Barbara Ward, Geney Hawkins, Yolanda Flores. Third row: Nancy Wiseman, Patricia Ogden, Gene Bodwell, Mary Ann Skurka, Margaret Martin. Fourth row: Gloria Rangnow, Arnold Riss, Danny Sutton, Midgie Christian. STUDE T EDUCATIO ASSOCIATIO The Student Education Association is an organization open to all prospective teachers. Its purpose is to provide opportunities for its members to learn more about the field of education, and it seeks primarily to encour- age a professional attitude concerning this field. s s N mn asa H s s nmsnmx .X EE nl m nl H as W . E UWB gamma s sm E s xmas E V .. S H B H swat H ass an - as s mn M MMWNHW sis swiss E3 H2 M X ga E K W .I wa- 1 wasnt - me' ammmkgau nm M .S WR. ggi-E 'glad sa ages Mg ss' a W sais s gms as . 1 s . gigs Idsf? Qu iggfs"5m.olm. f 2 as , . , ,S 'ggi we Kimi f K E l -v First row: James Rode Cvice-presidentj, Calvin Hayes Csecretaryl, Sharlot Shelton tsweetheartj, Teddy Unbehagen Cpresidentl, Charles Cothran Ctreasurerl. Second row: Louis Landry, Michael Ellis, Johnny Herrera, Weldon Wilson, L. J. Rolf, Danny Chavira, John Glock. Third row: Gay Lee, Mario Mena, Larry Sanders, Monte Rou- quette, Gus Laemmrich, Jim Koerner, John Lowe. 1-'ovurih row: Frank Bain, Allen Grones, Wilburn McDonald, Ken Perkins, Gerald Pargmann, Armando Nino. Fifth ini: Bobby Pyssen, Raul Trevino, Jerry Daniel, Phil Shirk, Jesse Villesca, Frank e y. MTH ASSCDCIATIO The "T" Association is the varsity letter- men's association on the Texas A8zI campus. The organization seeks to further oathletic, scholastic, and social coordination among its members. The "T" Association sponsors the annual "TH fights each spring for the initiation of new members and campus amusement. asm an asa as EQ-E M Q E .ss swiss sas Mus .L E sms W Mis-ara -a a aaa sua . ,, s , mmm!-Xanga, H E aw- ....- E . ...H . Ye.-. N.- ,, E E W., H ,iss H :Saas asa is is Q 'S-2 First row: Bud Gibson Cpresidentj, Dan Magee Ctreasurerj, Rudy Bendixen Creporterl, Robert Hall Csecretaryb. Second row: Rajendra Bahadur, Ved Parkash, Bill Hamilton, Rendell Webb, Tom Welker, Roy Schuster. Third row: James Conn, Alan Owens, Robert Riley, Danny Neskora, M. R. Gogineni. TEXAS SCDCIETY GF PRCDFESSIO l. E GI EERS The student branch of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers, now in its eighth year on the A8zI campus, is a professional or- ganization open to all engineering students. Its purpose is to bring students closer to pro- fessional members in the field and to func- tion as a unit in various campus activities. fs., 0 vs '11 First row: Bobbye Lee KAWS representativej, Betty Jo Ballentine Csecretaryj, Sam- mie Baring Cpresidentb, Angenelle Davis Cvice-presidentj, Annette Young Ctreasurerl. Second row: Zola May Hunter, Elaine Kerr, Cathey Koblizek, Jo Ann Neel, Melba Orsak, Elsie Tobin. Third row: Docia Clement, Barbara Ward, Marti Sebern, Carol Beseda, Joyce Garner. ' WOM NBS RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATIO The Women's Recreational Association was organized for the purpose of providing recreational activities for the Women on the campus. It has attempted to attain this ob- jective by sponsoring the women's intra- mural program and various other activities throughout the year. - ,la Sit:-S.- ik Z First row: Joseph Hickey ftreasurerl, Gene Bodwell Csecretaryj, Margot Ortegon, Felipe Mendoza Cpresidentj. Second row: George Coalson Csponsorj, Reynaldo Gran- ado, Bill Kuester, Kenneth Hawkins, Gabriel Tafolla, Julio Saenz, Hoyt Ballard fsponsorl. Third row: Octavio Alvarez, Rafael Guerra, William Bailey, Raymond Garza, Ambrose Melendrez, J oe Villarreal. YGU G DEMQCRATS The purpose of this organization is to pro- mote the ideas and platform of the National Democratic Party on the A8aI campus and to instruct the students with the form of gov- ernment in the United States. STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF 1 A C s s - E 'M' Nm Hx ss . E 1-A .XII X I .ax K , CARRIE LEE BISHOP J. E. TURNER Dean of Women Dean of Men JAMES C. JERNIGAN President of the College MARLYNP.BARLOW Z I is I Student Personnel Services WILLIAM C. 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MARY JANE SILVAS Point Comfort KAREN SIMLER Kerrville DIXIE' SMITH I Kingsville 1- ,f I I Xfj f N 1 575' I . 1-, - L, N. ' 1.113 SJ' .,., 5.1 HOMER SMITH Cuero J. B. SMART JR. Taft VICTOR C. SMITH Raymondville J UDITH SODEN Houston J. V. SPEAR CELIA SOLISA Mercedes J ULIO SOTO Laredo S JR. Corpus Christi WILBRON W. STANTEEN ss Ev Ja ii a-Q5 ss sms as fam ?Ws LI rf' 4? San Antonio AR is gig 'PVP J EAROLD STEINER San Benito PETE STERLING Bay City CHUCK STEWART Corpus Christi JAMES STIEGLER Hondo E. Fe: F 1 X -0 MARK W. STOCK Robstown SALLY STOUT Corpus Christi nm' DANNY SUTTON Shawnee, Okla.. ummm PERTHENA SUTTON Shawnee, Okla. Lp, PHOEBE TALLY 1.4 si-H maxim- Eiiggmna an mis ss Victoria MARTHA TAYLOR Kingsville . .:. . ..:E: M if- -- Wm-rm a B N a 1-L m mf:-is is 1-L E i. 'isswgifxj REBER WMM mms was -is-ss H - ni I 1 ' V, "2-T ai' was Kms si ESSBSSHHB an is 1,1 ' E 111111 w m , 1 1, A x-111 - 111m11x111n -11 ,,,,, is-is min H E 1 E gg 2 :L 5? 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E YOUNG Cl U r-4 F4 ANN ETT MCA iw -..w Do E 8 C1 41 Cl as U1 ENNETH ZIMMER .2 ME OJ mi' Ol nu - 1-xx-,H WMWM ---new New W F vs. . m nl H 33? 12:-1' I WMLH A A H ig K an E ROBERT FRASER ANNE PARKER DOUGLAS ARNOLD JOE ERNST H. F. WARNS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER STUDENT COUNCIL Beeville San Antonio Kenedy Somerset REPRESENTATIVE Dallas JU 1011 CLASS QPPICERS 238 fv Tj AIX" W Eg ' 373 :-: ':':.::' A - w A Aren't there any b Why so glum. girls? Won't they feed you? KATHY ABBOTT, Robstown JIM ABERNATHY, Corpus Christi BLANCA ABREGO, Laredo GARY ADRIAN, Refugio CECIA AGUILAR, Brownsville ERNESTINA ARREDONDO, Kingsvllle JOHN ASHE, Harlingen ANNA ASKOUNIS, Norfolk, Va. DUANE ATKINSON, Tilden BUFORD AULT, Riviera max '. -- A are ay f. ,Q this college? LANET BAKER, Freer JOE CHARLES BALLENGER, Harlingen BETTY BALLENTINE, Brownsville ROBERT BARBER, Mathis LAURA BARNES, Texas City DAVID BARTLING, Corpus Christi INA BARNETT, Ingleside JERRY BARTON, Kingsviue MARY BECKER, corpus Christi MARIA BENAVIDES, Falfurrias Zan 1 7' L I ...v ,W 2 i I ' , up ., N .. .... :3. it i 5' " , fi- .xl I ff :il 1 I L -url , lx, 1 - .F , v V ,Iam .. ss.-Mix VIRGINIA BLAN TON Sabinal CLINTON BROWN San Antonio Z . : V79 MARGARET BLUMER Falfurrias BETTY BROWN Riviera HILDA BRYAN, Brownsville J ERRE BODIN Harlingen JOSEPH BROWN Pettus ARTHUR BURGOYNE, San Antonio . " JAMES BURK, Baytown NAN BURNAM, Brady MIKE BURRIS, Karnes City CHERYL CAMPBELL, Corpus C ,LWQQIIIEI , A Y I - --: I' 'V I A If I I LLLTL .A s r If I f- Qfi ligf ii DAVID VIVIAN ALEX BERLANGA BEYER BLAINE Corpus Harlingen San Christi Antonio GERALD THOMAS BRAND BOYER BOYETT SEALE Kingsville Robstown Orange Grove AMINTA HECTOR RAFAEL CANALES CARBAJAL CARRIZO Kingsville Goliad gogpus isti SULEMA GALE RAMON' CAVAZOS CHAPIN CHACON Kingsville Emporium, Uvalde Penn. i f -S Q x if I 5 , L ,L ""' es. f, '??"4?g-I? ' j-F 'W f.'-My-.r.w,. gi I :z a,'.- 3 I 'ffl '1 f'k:III'-' . -1-: Q2 . ,... ,.,. 1 f, ez: V fir' ROSE MAURO CARROLL CARVAJ AL Dilley Realitos ELLYCE PAT CHILDERS CHILDERS New Muleshoe Braunfels . I' ' " I I I HU hristi MARTHA CASE Kingsville DOCIA CLEMENT Victoria -ci' LEO CATHIE BOUCHER BOUDREAU Kingsville Corpus Christi RICHARD THOMAS BROWN BROWN Driscoll Falcon Heights 'qv tr PATSY ARVIE CARSE CAUGHFIELD Corpus Combes Christi CLAUDIA FRANCIS COMPTON CONLEY Louise Laredo ..,,,v.:Z' 'I I I uf '-If F A I A" Nix..-Um I. I , .I . 'Gifs +"s1f" xsgc- ' I I I 43fiJ'12?f.,pggl I I I, , A :A . I V 4 I 2 I ff, " X .,-'-'v :f5f5M 'f1 I Q ek? A I 1 VW- xg Ef- U VL Q' V 1 ,A 1 :Merit U q lg -v . - si ' CURTISS MARIA CONRAD CORTEZ Harlingen Brownsville NGENELLE HAROLD DAVIS DAVIS George West Beeville ROBERT ELAM Kingsviile SANDRA FAHNERT San Antonio ! .L-w., ELDA CHAPA Benavides LEONEL FARIAS Delmita an H mp jwnsg m.mH ROBERT MARY LARRY A. R. PHYLLIS JOE COTTER COWARD COX CRAIG DAVENPORT DAVID San Antonio Del Rio Rockport Alice Uvalde Alice JOE PAUL BENITO BESSIE CRAIG SARA DEANDA DAVIS DELUNA DIAZ DICKEY DICKINSON Laredo Corpus Christi Encino Corpus Christi Port Lavaca Corpus Christi 45' ' LARRY DOFFING, San Juan TANYA DOFFING, San Juan if JOHN DON NELL, Beeville ' JOE DOVE, Midland BETTY DRAKE, Beeville TOMMY DUNN, Corpus Christi CAROLYN CLARK STANLEY ARNOLDO GEORGE MELANIE ELLIS ELLISON ELLISON ESCOBAR ESPARZA EVERSON Louise Falfurrias Premont Alice Laredo Corpus Christi EDUARDO ROBERT LAMAR DON JOHN JOSE FERNANDEZ FLANNERY FLORES FRANKEN- FRASER GARCIA Blanco San Diego BERRY Sinton Benavides Bridgeville, Penn. 'QBSBE Mexico City ' as mm-HQ n m 'mfs naw' Z41 RAMIRO JOYCE GILBERTO GARCIA GARNER GARZA Agua Dulce La Joya Falfurrias JOHN RONN IE JEAN GESICK GILBREATH GILLIG San Antonio Sinton Victoria JU 1oR CLASS MARCELO MAXIMILIAN LEILA GUTIERREZ GUZMAN HAAS Brownsville Port. Lavaca Donna ROGER JUDY JUDY LYNN HARRALSON HARRIS HARRIS Refugio George West San Antonio se J, My ' 2221 i gh Tj, at 242 a ss :km 'K-he 05 f I ,f , I I ., 'J i 'P EB' "'-"" ., 1. r- ERNESTO JOSE PAUL GARZA GARZA GASKIN Laredo Alice Corpus Christi ARTURO ABEL IRIS GOME'Z GONZALEZ GONZALEZ Laredo Kingsville Beriavides DANIEL GORBERT, Robstown ANDY GOSS, Refugio LARRY GRAHAM, Bishop 'N plz, GAIL GATLIFF Brownsville RENE GONZALEZ Weslaco A "'r5?f CHARLES GERHARDT Goliad SALLY GOODRIDGE Robstown BILLY GREEN, Victoria NANCY GREGG, Kingsville ALLEN GRONES, Hallettsville ANNETTE ROBERT HACKFELD HAGGERTON Orange Grove Kingsville J IMMIE' LINDA HARTON ' H'ARTZOG Danevang Rio Hondo ss JERRY HALL Victoria TOMMY HAYGOOD Bishop THOMAS HAMFF Victoria KALAR HELMS San Benito WILLIAM HAMILTON old Bridge, N.J RONALD HERNDON Corpus Christi in 130+ f 0'1" ' 7+ bi Qt Rr ' 46 1 x I ly? U Vey., H 1.1. 1' H H lla '4 S' . W -ef as-5 ? v Tir? : . E X E "' ,A,. I .,:- ,N aa. -1, I I, -"' as 3 A.. 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'53 ., ' T f f J' ' :IEP MARY BILL MALCOLM ROBERT RODNEY SHIRLEY LAURA JOYCE KUYKENDALL KUESTER KREIGEL KOENIG KLETT KIRK KIRCHNER KING Fowlerton Yoakum Kingsville Corpus Christi Fredericksburg Beeville Brookesmith Refugio CHERYL JACKIE EDGAR IRIS ARTHUR BARBARA NITA BUDDY KINDSCKY KILPATRICK KIESCHNICK KALICK LAMB LANGE LANPHIER LAWS Pasadena SINTON Sinton Victoria Victoria Corpus Christi Corpus Christi Kingsville l 7: -ar l In 3 3 . I ' l ,ff A VV 4? 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I 1 ,fn Y Q 3, 5 A M X I i 1, 3 " 'Q ' BILL MORELAND Beeville EDVIN NEMEC Corpus Christi ,A ,vy BETTY MORGAN San Benito CONNIE NEVILLES Kingsville his-ii iii s-..- - 1 ENRIQUE MUN OZ Kingsville PAT NEVLUD Victoria is ' PH ' El LYNDA NANNY Riviera NANCY N EWMAN Victoria an me li KENNETH NEEDHAM Kingsville HENRY NEWTON Laredo WILLIAM OGLESBY, Corpus Christi MARGOT ORTEGON, Kingsville If SALURA OWINGS, Beeville HINES PERRY Uvalde MARY PROCHASKA Robstown RENE PEREZ Kingsville MARGARET PRICE San Benito CECIL OXFORD, George West JANICE' PATTILLO, Corpus Christi ROY PATTON, Victoria ANITA PEREZ Kingsville DANIEL PUENTE Harlingen 'er-. AMADO PENA Laredo HERBERT RAAB Edroy JEAN PIERCE Pearsall ARTURO RAMIREZ Kingsville ' A :.. 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JO ANN ROBERTS Portland ELISEO RUIZ Los Fresnos ELODIA SALAZAR, Kingsville JAN SALMON, Beeville FREDDIE SANCHEZ, Victoria U5 IOR CLASS LYNWOOD SCHLABACH, Woodsboro , JAN SCHWEITZER, Refugio LANE SCOTT, Knippa VVILLIAM TOMMY CHARLES CECILE SCOTT' SEAL SEEKAMP SELF Kerrville McAllen Yoakum Corpus Christi MARY ANN JULIA J OHNNIE BETH MICKEY SKURKA SLAUGHTER SMITHEN SNOWDEN Robstown Aransas Kingsville Artesia Pass Wells ss-ss LILLIAN SHOQUIST Lyford CHARLOTTE SPEER Los Fresnos .wsu ss V H 1-1 DENNIS ROBERTSON Devine CONI - RUSSELL San Benito '-Tw Ska m I sh' 1 S, 5 in , Ah OCELAVIO ROD IGUEZ Kingsville L. W. RYON Kingsville ROGELIO RODRIGUEZ Laredo J ULIO SAENZ Kingsville RAMON SILVA Port Lavaca KENNETH SPENCER LaFeria - .. ,,R: 'Y ,.-r E. XE .5 EH E df, Q .ig f :Q . N In 1 , is 1 lx g 0 E E Q' l ii .-E E 5 -- .T 5 ff ' - I I -5 + s B E E W 1 ' , H H 'vlgfgglfilfiilf w g-5-gg ll I ' ,- I ',. . I A na ss , '- L . 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'n 43 -Us-'QQ A 'gf' sl , 4?- Z JOE VILLARREAL, Rio Grande City JESSE VILLESCA, Pecos PATRICIA WALKER, Port Lavaca JOHN WALTHALL, Victoria BARBARA WARD, Harlingen JACK WEBB, Victoria CHARLES WHITWORTH Laredo GARY WOOD Richland Springs ROBERT WHITWORTH Corpus Christi WAYNE WRIGHT Alice KAREN WIELAND Corpus Christi DONALD YOAS Edna J OLENE WIGGINS Cuero MARLENA YOUNG Harlingen F H g,gra' msg? use use ww Wx Ms is E 5 gg.. YE sic 2 5 CLIFTON TRLICA Skidmore ANDRES VELIZ Sebastion JU 1011 CLASS LARRY WILLIS Freer LUCY ZAMORA Brownsville JACKSON WILSON LaMarque LIVA ZEPEDA San Benito 6' Wil 'iv' '2f2- tw igs . T1 flu li s 247 4, JIMMY HOOKS, Livingston S PRESIDENT - lam., . L in-EQ, we M 5, Q5 nf PAT PERKINS, San Antonio VICE PRESIDENT ,. SECRETARY , vm 5 I H' " ,.,.. , ,QL Q ...v. Q S .,. . 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EDWARD , ELIZABETH MARY BUTLER CABALLERO CADDEL CAIN ANN CALVEZ CANO Harlingen Corpus Mathis Victoria Robstown San Juan Christi MIKE GLORIA ELAINE JOHN LANGE RAUL ISABEL CARLISLE CARLSTROM CARTER CARTER RICHARD CAVAZOS Sinton Kenedy Bishop Garden Grove, CASTILLA Lyford California McAllen LINDA CHILDS, SOPHO ORE CLASS SHERRY CLAMPITT, Kingsville DOROTHY CLAPP, Katy HOMERO CANTU San Diego CLYDE E. CEBRAT Portland Kingsville it mx ' 5Tf j'3 A , f Y' I F x , I E y I ,N YEA 'V 'or' v Ebgkw 'L -1 , n M , wfgsw w A .gs I qv Ag : R as I , W if ., ,. ...5 94 3 2 . - s fi? 5 ' "-1 1 :': ' ' JESUS CARDONA Alice CLEMENTIN A CHARLES Kingsville 'x .. ' x:, it : , M . 4 if JR , " '32, , -' WEE T.. , 1 eff " Ia: EF . , Q ' n ASX KAY CONNOR, Corpus Christi GRADY COOK, Premont WALTER CARL CRAIN, Corpus Christi PAT CRAWFORD, Three Rivers MAL CREWS, Woodsboro GRACE CUELLAR, Kingsville GEORGE CUSTER, Robstown 1 W .pf x in mf sv' JAMES DARST, Clarkwood WAYNE C. 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BOBBY BOSWELL DINN DONNELLY GARVIN DUBOSE DURON DWORACZYK DILLOW Bruni Yoakum DOWNES Alice LaCoste Beeville K1HgSV111G Bee-ville MARY J OLEEN JIMMY DON PAM JIM BRUCE LINDA JO EATMAN EDQERTON EGAN EHLERS ELLIOTT ENGRAM EREKSON Houston Kmgsville Sinton Corpus J ourdanton Houston Palacios Christi MARILYN ESCHBERGER, Robstown is a is n Visas B MORGAN ROY EVANS, Corpus Christi NABIL A. I. TAHA, Damascus, Syria SOPHOMORE CLASS 2. iii CURTIS C. FASKE, Kingsville H i REFUGIO S. FERNANDEZ, Corpus Christi m CHARLES H. FIELDS, Palacios iggfz. .. ' sgiizzm ga Ei? ' im s m s m i-i -sms 252 m- E as ima imma mmm ymgs KENNETH FISCHER, Mission CRIS G. FLORES, Harlingen ROMEO FLORES, Alice JAMES H. FOSTER, Bloomington SALVADOR FLORES, Zapata SHARON ARLENE FOWLER, Victoria JOE F. FRITZ, Portland PERRY C. GABBERT, Freez- JOHNNY GALLEGOS, Charlotte I 'J V27 , i 5- x"'l , - I 1 , JANET GANO Corpus Christi MICAELA GARZA Raymondville 3' GENARO ALBERTO GARCIA Kingsville PEDRO GARZA Lyford SOPI-IOMORE CLASS M A x In I A M ' ,fs na-an IRMA G. THOMAS C. JUDI CRESENCIA GARCIA GARNER GARRETT GARZA Premont San Orange ' Encino Antonio CYNTHIA DAVID THOMAS L. SAMMIE CAUDIAN GILBERT GOGGANS GOMILLION Hondo Iago Edinburg Vifhitsett E :- . , .1 s I Q 2 55 Q yr X I 4 I is 2 CAROLYN GOSSETT, Kingsville J OYCE' GRANT, George West PATTY GRANT, Anchorage, Alaska JOHNNY R. GREEN, Port Arthur .. JOSE ARNOLDO GUADIANO, Benavides 222' J MARIA ROSA GUERRA, Laredo -I ,Q I ROSA MARIA GUERRA, Laredo H I I ROSIE V. GUERRA, Kingsville A , ROGENA GUERRETTE, Woodsboro ,. ' LAWRENCE GUESS JR., Wharton "' ' - " W ' J., f ' A CHARLES GUE'I'TLER, Robstown SHARON I-IABERER, Kingsville Q JAY HARMON, Corpus Christi 'H MABEL K. HARRIS, Corpus Christi AVON HATFIELD, Freer q,.. sive ' Z igi . fi 52, W GLORIA ISIDORO GARZA F. 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' ' ,: . ::. .r at GS M GEORGE JOHNSON, Corpus Christi A 2, MARGARET JOHNSON, Victoria Kenedy DON JONES, Kingsville LLOYD JORDAN, Kingsville ALFRED JURICA, Corpus Christi NANCY JURICA, Corpus Christi TOMMY KEENER, Encino JOHN KEITH, Rockport HELEN KERR, Kingsville WOODROW KELLOGG, Kingsville ELAINE KERR, San Antonio 0 'M f x v ?5'r'L9 f . G A 1 .LL - T 4 . ,.. 1' .-nilfiri ,: -47' 'V Z .1 l KM L J JOHN DIANA 'I'ERRY DONALD VIRGINIA ISABEL THOMAS KINZIE KIRK KIRK KITNER KLUNA KOSCLSKIE KURZ Brownsville Houston San Antonio Kingsville Pharr Corpug Somerset Chr1st1 PAUL IRMA HAL ROBERT ALFONSO ELOISE JOSE LA LONDE LAUREL LONG LONGORIA LOPEZ LOPEZ LOPEZ. Buda San Isidro Mirando City Kingsville Woodsboro San Perhta Raymondv11le BUDDY LYNUM, Lott SOPI-IO ORE CLASS CHARLIE MAGEE, Calallen BILL MANNING, Lyford NMA a a ss- mamma a - ss JIMMIE MARTIN, Kingsville OLGA MARTINEZ, Alice BARBARA MASSEY, Ingleside MARILYN MATHIS, Castroville GEORGE MATACHA, Beeville , SANDRA MAULDIN, Alice igi '53 DAVID MAYO, Sinton " . 'zjgfq-A 12 In xi i JEANIE MENN, Kingsville BALOUS MILLER, San Antonio MIDGE MITCHELL, Brownsville MICHAEL MIZE, Rio Hondo LINDA MONTGOMERY, Sinton ml-ss a W-sm ll mmm JANICE LADNER Kenedy MANUEL LUNOFF Falfurrias ' Ba 1 3 :lofi 7? ew H E I E: E K, , E X V A., ., 5, .H . Ld' if ss 2 M H ' a -191 awww ,.,.... mama ,. iw .af is W Fr L 'fl 7 W E Nm 7 rr' Q-N 7 :.,., WI I i 5 r 1 RANDALL MOORE Premont CAROL McBEE McAllen m , E ,I .'," 1 ' -'I--ky-'1 4 X ,5,?7,'y6x! . .i K E is h WT' H T Q Em Q I E mi 5 if mmf A 1 aiu! A 'A r .gi . WG' Y L vw Q ..... .:. fm 1 , :-: is ss - H if B H, . E - L.:.f M' M -.: , ,..Li., .4 -. new . To el, , I ., ... .. hm... .,. V li ROGER TONY CHRIS CARRIE MOORE MORALES MUDD MUELLER Refugio Hebbronville Donna Corpus Christi TOMMIE ALMA DON ELBERT McCLANAHAN McCLELLAND MCFARLAND MCGREW La Feria Harlingen Premont Mathis MIKE NUCKLES, Sabinal DONNA MURICK, San Antonio ELBERT OCANAS, Robstown ,,. - 1 . - ff- 5 4,-2' A, 7 5 1 1 is N IS 1 . rt .lays 1. 'fx I 2 DIANA ODOM, Harlingen PATRICIA OGDEN, Alamo 592' 3 :J MARIANO TRACEY SHARON MUNIVEZ MURPHY MUSSETT Brownsville Harlingen Beeville JESSE GERALD JOHN MCKINNEY MCMENAMY N AYLORA Beeville Corpus San Antonio Christi SOPHO ORE CLASS Q X ' I i .ep t RONALD OLIPHANT, Poteet l ' ,,,.,. ..: .:. ,,.,,,, ..,.,.v, A y . Q, V,-, 4, .:.:...' ' - 1 .fizau f 'SQ -ul -vw 256 MELBA ORSAK, Hallettsville MARILYN OWENS, Sabinal CLAY PACE, Corpus Christi ROWEN A PAIZ, San Antonio ENRIQUETA PAREDES, Kingsville WILMA PARGMANN, Runge JOHNNY PEREZ, Kingsville SYLVIA PEREZ, Mission OLIVER PERRY, Khisville 7 4 I 1 I . y 5 L - '- I ji Q X- 4 DALE PHILLIPS Houston ARMANDO RAMIREZ Laredo JOHN PHILLIPS San Benito HENRY RASKA Sinton SOPHOMORE CLASS WN 15:7 15 I 1 .. 1... 'H is X .. L a . 1 iff? K :-: ,f .,., ,., I 1? JUDY LEON DAVID PHILLIPS PORTER PRICE Poteet Kingsville Corpus Christi RONALD BETTY ANN VICTOR RASMUSSON RATLIFF REYNA Corpus San Antonio Robstown Christi PATSY PUCKETT San Antonio R. D. REYNOLDS Randolph AFB 4- ww- u sag im ans mm 1 is mmm B95 BEE B L B Q ms Baa my B B was is in " msn mr an fwssw Q H main -L.. -m gwsfw Q ea is M. was is is E" 'ii was Ss v :gm assi 9 Em L, Q iwQ"H'iW SW ummm CAROLYN PULLIN Taft CHARLES RICHTER Alice JUDITH RODRIGUEZ, Corpus Christi REBECCA RODRIGUEZ, Mirando City CHARLES ROGERS, Whitsett ERNESTO ROGERS, Alice JANET ROGERS, Kingsville L. J. ROLF, Boling ROBERT ROMO, Robstown PATRICIA RUEGG, Robstown KATHY RUNDBERG, Kingsville FAYE RUSSEK, Kingsville DICKIE RYCHETSKY, Robstown ADALBERTO SAENZ, Benavides IRMA SALAZAR, Kingsville SARILYN SALZIGER, Victoria MARY SANCHEZ, Corpus Christi I . E . H - .. ,.., ........ . .. .1 .1 ----- , B ., .,.a:., V ,BH , ,., ........... , , A .. "' . fa z . 2 .: '- f a H .5-aa. H -.. f H. .:. -.: ., . s B za- E E -1 , .. F i K fi I- -:- - -- 2 E was H . fam M .si .. E . .,.. gm .ggi ... .:V.. E L E S .- Q- E E is-:F E 3 B -s. Ham is-E Ma an B m iii BEE gn Mmm am E 5 Ss ,ws H H , ,. .. 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Alice LARRY SONNTAG, Seguin . am . me I Qs ,K was m1.s.1"1Ef?gq-L 1 BEE M magma: f F Y..' ist as as New ' fn A 45 is QSHISBH' 'f , , Q -Ffsiiia E .g x ' I .. .E ff". '-" ,2:::.s' " ' , " 'il' H il, " .,.,., wr 3 " ' i""- 2 ,., 2125 if K Fifi., Yr ROBERT VERNON CLIFTON SCOTT SCOTT SHAFER Bishop San Antonio Kingsville CARL ETHELENE JANET ' SMITH SMITH SMITH Corpus Three Alice Christi Rivers 5 PATSY SPILMAN, McAuen SHIRLEY STENDEBACH, San Antonio G. M. STRICKLIN, Beeville JO ANN STOCK, San Benito J ANICE STUCKEY, Clarkwood ings . , 1 H all M , siggwm- H,-si? : mgwsisss ms -sk 3 swsfgfs B I snsmws gs mmsssss I s mgms E ' s- mm E . si H, H . E ul, .f .. H 17.16 WAYNE THEISS, Bishop DARYL THOMPSON, Bay City JERRY THOMPSON, Alice BARRY TIDWELL Kingsville 1 E 4'-.A -S-Q K , . , , , V, -:-- iigigigg 'TTT' ,uw U, .ll it 1 s TOM SHAPER Corpus Christi TERRY SMITH Dickinson . B 1 l 1 ' l I 1 ,f , ,f 1 1 , , , x s SHARLOT SHELTON Kingsville DEE DEE SNYDER Corpus Christi SOPHOMORE CLASS H PATRICIA TOWNS, Alamo RICHARD TOWERS, Corpus Christi ANDREW TREVINO, Robstown PATSY TRIBBLE, Bishop FRED TRIPP, San Antonio GERALD TRLICA Sinton JOHN WALKER Deer Park ? ILE 'Sis ,. 'I rf, KEGWQ Qfsbfia' 5. Q. XT I I LUCILE JOHNNY RUTH TUN N ELL TURNER TURNER Taft Beeville Harlingen DORIS JOHN RON N IE WALTERS WALTON WALZEL Kingsville Schertz Woodsb oro SOPHOMORE CLASS 'R A IZ. ssl.. I ,. f ,QM if .gg .: .V:,:,., Q A gg? . VI Y ' V X ..:. Q, my li of LHH ' 'E , I 1 , I ,... W1LLiA1v1 DAVID RACHEL TURNER VELINDER VERA Kingsville San Antonio Brownsville LYNN GEORGE DIANE WHITAKER WHITE WEIR Port Beeville McAllen Lavaca JOE WILHELM, San Antonio EDDIE WILKINSON, Brownsville GLENN WILLIAMS, Bandera Y I .Lge L QQA' V Q JEANNE WILLIAMS, Victoria LINDA WILLIS, Hargill Ss ., .x.1 . FRANKLIN WILLOUGHBY, Robstown ' BILL WILMS, Los Fresnos DIANNE WILSON, Kingsville JIM WILSON, Houston WELDON WILSON, Bangs GAYE WOOD, Bishop GEORGE WRAY, Taft MARY WORD, Flaydada PETE WYRO, Kingsville EDUARD ZACHARIAS, Bishop ,ll x ff' . '21 L L 4 ,. 4":1".z.r "' '- " -s -we We- , :vs M 'V if 1 ' 5 ii N -, f 5-wx, .- fi: in V e, 5 R ," vt 2 , . - 1: 5,4 ' gas ' I I I , 3 ' gm ,, I ,g I seg isa 3 aa 'n M s , fiig .1 ,. Ig If 2 ,,,,-5, B ,. 4? Tis' fm I f 5 I I A I , xv E? I if si HF? avg gm .7 . 4 Q.. I - , . 4- 2 "':f:' R, s Xggwygegz , qgrgjjgga Um 5 I 1 ' , 1 Z ss MARILYN N VERMILYEA Corpus Christi DAVID WTILDS Rio Hondo 'S 259 J E m. ss BW is Wings gi E. lm -ss, 'Q Q gig 4,1 xx 5 'ms 1-. fx Sl Q- sfapi xx E 5 jg , More slimy freshmen! ,W Qiigwss Ewmsfihwmgsmg as ws as me smM sw as -faux ,. ax s -as .ws-sein H -H ,Pi igzm H, -Q msg E new-ss ss s x mm ss xx This spot is dedicated io the memories of that first day of reg istraiion-may if never be for s HHH E s ss ss ss ss ss n ss ss ss ss ss B sz Hama Em sms sd mam . "BUSTER" CLARENCE HORLEN, La Feria .4 PRESIDENT ,B-'N 'TLT' BOBBY HUNT, Gonzales VICE PRESIDENT AUDREY DEORSAM, Seguin JOHN AHERN SECRETARY Corpus Christi S. I DEWEY TEMPLE ACKER, Mercedes TREASURER PATRICIO KAY WESTLAKE, Harlingen ALBA REPORTER Encinal EDU RDO BOB McABEE, Sinton ALVAQRIADO STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE Bishop FRESHMA CLASS OFFICERS LINDA ANDERSON, Three Rivers SHERYLE ARTERBURN, Refugio WILLIAM JAMES ASHTON III, Robstown ROGER AULDS, Alice BECKY BAKER, San Antonio CLEM BAKER, Kingsville ROBERT O. BAKHAUS, Harlingen SHERRY BARKER, Crystal City PAT BARLOW, Kingsville OLON BARNETT, Ingleside DOUGLAS A. BARR, Channelview GARY BARROW, Harlingen DANNY A. BEAM, San Antonio JOE BECK, Pharr MARIA ELIDA BENAVIDES, Zapa ta I-in '11 261 a a K fe '. E H .aff a n R i -5, ...... 1 H n -,W .. I-A. , V.-I zsrdga as ' 5 . Hi -a E w P' H H H H H H W W 1 E E H H E H , H ,,.. 1 ' ss E 1 1 an a E c E ,v Sf na a .- :- .-sr,'n.,,..L.,.::.5g.f. . au.: Q 5 -fe--l ..:s..:.:- LH ' gg... f 1' i I ' V if fff..'IE!::::?fa:a'FE5F" 'a A ss - ..-.fs , 'Sag " ' x-. a Hg. -.,, .:: - bg SS - E -: H. HN H 54 1 ....:....- an a ms a 4. m B B I ss 1- a .f ? a if m 4- x Eu. Q SANDRA BERTRAM Bishop PATRICIA BLACKWELL Weslaco was CHARLES L. BLACK Poteet CHARLES BLUNTZER Goiiad JANET K. BOSS Delmita ROBERT LEE BOWDEN Agua Dulce LINDA BOX Kingsrville BARBARA BOY Alice ANTHONY BRANUM Nadine DENIS. BREENING Kingsville REECE M. BROWN Port Aransas DENNIS BRUNNER Flatonia DIANNE BUNCH Alice SUSAN BURR Laredo DAVID BURRIS Alice LARRY R. BUSBY Charlotte PHILIP BUSH Tuleta GARY BUTLER. San Antonio DE ANNE CABANISS Mathis ss Mm ss Emu 262 w 3 .4 L+ Y' . ' ,lv ':' f ' H K... ,cg T.. L ! ff- f- - "' - ek A L r wifi F E E fa '- 1' S ' - . . wr E E , . . E r F . . , H H A -is . " I - ga. ' Vlfaggie Q, 1' H, Wi Q ,., .:..,. ! I, lm, , , L I .. AWTNW' ' ., EEZ B E521 H .mgw .mga H U H .ZH 2.51 - . .ff H E " ' 1 .wr- A. . 1 , . li .1 XPS 9 r' H H .. v R- 41. '-w,'Yf1j'. E . V, Ap Q SANDY CAFFALL, Beeville JAMIE L'OIAN CALLAWAY, Brownsville BENNY CANALES, Kingsville LIONEL CANALES, Kingsville MANUEL CANALES, Kingsville RICHARD RAY CANNON, Kingsville ANNIE CANTU, Wharton BILLY CARLEY, Kingsville 1 DONALD R. CARNES, San Antonio MELISSIA CARON, Tilden JOHN ROBERT CARPENTER, Alice ESTHER CARRILLO, Benavides GILBERTO Y. cAsT1LLo, simon PAULA CAULEY, Alice ' ROSE' ELLA CAVAZOS, McAllen I ARMANDO CHAPA, Robstown FRESHMAN CLASS EFRAIN CHAPA Kingsville I NORMA HELDA CHAPA Robstown COLEY CLARK - Kingsville JEWEL CLAUS Harlingen ROGER CLICK Stockdale MARY ANN COLIN dr :gy Kingsville ' LINDA CONKLIN Witchita, Kansas CARL CONNER 6 J A Kingsville JANELLE COOPER Fort Worth PAM CORNETT K V San Benito riffs' -ff i DON COULSON 'J ,L - A .! JAY DAVIS Sa.n Antonio 'wma PAT DAVIS Kingsville MIKE DAY San Antonio Harlingen KAY COURTNEY Crystal City WELTON E. COX A' Falfurrias MARCIA CRANDALL ""' Houston . 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HODGE, III, San Antonio SHARON HOLLIS, Premont CARL HOLUBEC, Beeville BUSTER HORLEN, La Feria V FRESHMAN CLASS rmsm A mms smugmug 439' mugs H, M . mana MICHAEL HEBERT Alice DONALD HEES Harlingen M ., . -2.3 'Ti 'ff J 265 ,., NSY is . H I .aff A siijslalglga si -1: any I- ww A Q, 5 5- I 5' " ' ANTONIA HUERTA Harlingen MARJORIE HUFF Alice . iz. 4. E72 X N., Q, H' I lk N ... EL- We -55' i X. .? A'i! f'. " ::-' ' n 1 :3 . I 561- an 1' mi? mi as f ssc, J UAN ITA HUERTA Harlingen DAVID HUNGER La Grange A RICHARD HUSER Beeville SHARON INGLE Alice PAT IRELAND Kingsville LINDA JACKSON Bishop ROBERT J ANOT'A Gonzales CONNIE' JAUER Robstown J ANIE JOHN San Antonio CAROLYN JOHNSON Alice EILEEN JOHNSON Bishop GARY JOHNSON Waupaca, Wis. HELEN JOHNSON Kingsville JAMES JOHNSON Corpus Christi BETH JONES Kingsville BOBBY JONES Corpus Christi LINDA J OYNER Brownsville :gi N, ' if 'Hr ' ff, 1 V 'I ' -. L E mx -. ,Y N,',,1i,l: V i Z 2 H I i A 4 in .-MMJWZ? 2 J H N gill-3. yiu iigiffill ll 'T . . 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SMITH, Alice MARVIN SMART, Taft THOMAS SMITH, Corpus Christi WALTER SMITH, Palacios JAMES SODEN, Houston PRESHMAN CLASS BILL PYLE Agua Dulce JOHN RAINEY Corpus Christi KEITH REDFORD Del Rio DON REGINELLI Falfurrias ROB ROY RICE Aransas Pass BILL RICHEY Harlingen CHUCK RIDLEI-IUBER Pharr ROBERTO RIVAS Los Fresnos WADE ROBERTS Friendswood LINDA ROBERTSON Riviera REYNALDO RODRIGUEZ Alice GEORGE ROGERS Alice H LINDA KAY ROIZ Rio Hondo JOSE ROMERO Columbia BOBBIEZ ROTHE' Premont HAZEL RYLANDER Buda as Hmm - ss as ins M mg Emma a TOM SANDERS Houston K ss mama me RICHARD SCANLAN Kingsville AL SCHIFFERS Wag Hondo ,. 269 DENNIS SPARKMAN Alice BOBBY SPIES La Feria fi: 4354? ::fQ'.Q.': ,.: ,552 -2- -5 : Q: -is - IL: cYNTHiA SPENCER Pleasanton SHERRYN SPRADLEY Refugio HARRY STAKES Mineola JIMMY STEPHENS Refugio GAIL STEVES Angleton H. E. STEWART Ingleside SIDNEY STEWART Three Rivers MICHAEL STORTZ Corpus Christi PATSY STRIDDE Mathis DERYL SUAREZ Bedford JAMES SULLIVAN Robstown LINDA SULLIVAN San Benito JAMES SWETLIK Bay City MAXWELL TALLEY Alice PATT TALLEY Sinton JEANNIE TAPP Kingsville HERBERT TAYLOR Kingsville ig? is I iii: 'Q W l 'N 5: N., W s . . . ,il-if? 9, ,M ,ituqa 4 E ykw I Av' WI - 1 B . , I CORWIN TELTSCHIK, Taft MARY TERMUS Sinton SHIRLEY THIEILE, Mathis VERA THOMAS, Premont W e " H ffl E. ' l Lf 223 -if-'J 270 DARLYNN THOMPSON, Kingsville KENT THOMPSON, Harlingen FLORIENCIO TOBIAS, Robstown NANCY TOMBERLIN, Fort Worth ALFREDO TREVINO, Alice E ' H ESTELA TREVINO, Kingsville was sg SYLVIA TREVINO, Kingsville sw E . 3 BILLY TURNER, Bruni PAT TYMRAK, Jourdanton AMADOR VASQUEZ, Robstown ERNEST VECCHIO, Falfurrias ARTURO VERA, Roma FRESHMAN CLAS l w l w 1 1 S t 1 I ' 'i I , 1 i w fr 2 I tg ..- 4:1 I .. 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