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I Page 2 THE 1947 TXWEIQIII V Many would pay her tributes for her acting abilities, her dramatic productions and her capable teaching but the Senior Class dedicates the l947 TXWECO to this "lady of the iootlites" because of her unseltish service to those about her, her radiant personality, and her understanding and love for each of her students. lt is with great love and extreme pleasure that we present ' this year's TXWECO to Miss Cyrene Bell, Assistant Professor of Speech. Page 4 vs. ,s :ws 'NCS- W ni? 5'-. M i f fgf5 h ,'W 4 3' F Qmzx R .,... A b M 5 ix Ha. if if Q-V Que, gww 'Saw 5 fmww 6, Ni' f ,Q ff! , A' ' .A ,gg fgwbf-QW H- , W L,+,3g.1 Q, MM Wg, Q, 7: ,V w W. wr. ff -N MQ wx Ma xp' N' at gg " , 1 tv na 1 -, '. K. .,,. . f A . 'V -x v Y v .5 f A 4 2? paw I f 1 1 Jag EW? N 5 snag .ww T Q 9' W 1 Sm 2' 'AM if iii 'igkgw-E 1954 Q.. - H In wi 4 vk 3 W M Aff 7406 70 fa 71456 , ,Q Q .... - ,. - A 4 1 v W -, wg-1:1 . fu 5 lui , ig X ---- 2? A ,fx 'Z T ' ,gf F? 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Q A 1, V, i .,.,. .. -- A L5 ,1,jI' ' W kia, .. " ,A 1 Az 'Q' "W A 6 N Mr J' 4 ' 4 iw 2 'if J ff vs ? Y A ADMINISTHATIIJN PRESIDENT SONE TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 My congratulations to you on the completion of four years of colleqe work and your entrance into the World of personal and community responsie bility. Your ability to shoulder these resonsibilities, make adjustments, and arrive at a sane judgment, is the measure of your education. You have done a splendid job of your college training and your Alma Mater looks forward with confidence to your purposeful approach to the future. May your best efforts be put into servinq your home, your community, your state, and your countryp these services brinq their own reward. May God bless you, LAW SONE Page Z 04:10 i SARAH SINGER WORKS Dean of Women B.S., Stephen F. Austin Teachers College: A.M., Columbia Uni- versity. Teacher of Home Economics, Sherman, Texas, High School: Dean of Women and Instructor in Education, Weatherford Iunior College, 1936-42. Texas Wesleyan College, 1942-. MAUDE A. PETTEY Secretary to President, Instructor in Business Administration ' A.B., Texas Women's College, 1928: special student, University of Colorado. Bursar, Texas Wornen's College, 1920-31: Dean and Principal of Shorthand Department, Brantley-Draughon Business College, 1931-36: Texas Wesleyan College, 1936-. LONYE BROOKS Loan Officer GLADYS SN AVELY BOWMAN Professor of Business Administration A.B., Southwest Texas State Teachers College: A.M., The Uni- versity of Texas: further study, Colorado State College of Edu- scrtion, University of Mexico. Assistant County Superintendent of Schools, Hidalgo County, Texas, 1923-28: English Supervisor. As- sociate Professor oi Business Administration, and Publicity Director, S.W.T. S.T.C., 1930-1934: Head of English Department, Texas Wes- leyan Academy, 1935. Texas Wesleyan College, 1936-. EDWARD MARVIN BOWMAN Professor of Education A.B., Southwest Texas State Teachers College: A.M., The Uni- versity of Texas: further graduate Work, The University of Texas and Colorado State College of Education. Principal of grade and high schools: Superintendent of Schools: Dean of Texas Wesleyan Academy: Assistant Auditor, Executive Secretary of Alumni As- sociation, Associate Professor and Supervisor in Education, S.W.T. S.T.C., San Marcos. Texas Wesleyan College, 1936-. SAMUEL M. BRASWELL Business Manager and Public Relations Director B. Litt., Polytechnic College. Guest Speaker Newspaper Week, School of Iournalism, University of Texas: Chair- man Publicity Committee, West Texas Chamber of Commerce: Editor and Pub- lisher Texas and Oklahoma newspapers for twenty-five years: Texas Wesleyan College, l944-. KENNETH CLARENCE EAST Registrar A.B., University of Texas: J-LM., Colum- bia University, and further graduate work, University of Texas. Principal of Public Schools l9l2-l5, 1919-22. Presi- dent of Sue Bennett College, London, Kentucky, 1922-43. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege, 1944-. MRS. ERNESTINE KERR Cashier MARIORIE BETH MURPHY Secretary A. C. SCHNEIDER Manager of Wesleyan Courts ROSE LEE LISENBY Professor of English Pd.B., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College: Ph.B., A.M., University of Chi- cago: Graduate work beyond A.M., Uni- versity of Chicago, one year: Columbia University, one year: University of Cali- fornia, one year: Dean of Women and Professor of English, Christian College, Columbia, Missouri, l9l6-26. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1926-. Page 'aqe WILLIAM STUART Professor of History and Social Sciences A.B., University of Oklahoma: A.M., University of Denver and University of Chicago: further graduate study University of Chicago. Professor of History, Colorado State Teachers Col- lege, 1920-21. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege 1922-. THEODORE MOBERG Professor of Bible and Religious Education B.D., Evanston Theological Semi- nary: further work at Northwestern University: Superintendent of Iames- town District New York, 1923-29: Pastor First Church, Minneapolis, Minn.: I-lumbolt Park: Chicago, Ill. Central Church, Austin, Texas: Texas Wesleyan College. W. W. WARD Professor of Science B.S., University of Washington: M.A., University of Washington: Ed.D., University of Texas: Moran Iunior College, Washington: Fort Worth Public Schools: Who's Who In American Education. Texas Wes- leyan College 1946-. FRANCES TEDFORD YATES Assistant Professor of English Stephens College: University of Missouri: A.B., Texas Wesleyan Col- lege, 1935-1936, Summer, 1940, A. M., Texas Christian University. Texas Wesleyan College, 1943-. MISS CLYDE KIRKLAND Instructor in English B.A., Texas Wesleyan College: spe- cial study, University oi Chicago: taught in Fort Worth Public Schools. Texas Wesleyan College, 1945-. MRS. A. S. BILLINGSLEY Assistant Professor of English A.B., A.M., University of California: further study, Columbia University and University of Chicago. Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. 17 MRS. GEORGE HOLLAND Instructor in English and Education B.S., North Texas State Teachers College: further study, The Univer- sity of Texas. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege, 1946-. ARCHIE BROWN Instructor in English and Speech B.S., Texas Wesleyan College. Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. CYRENE BELL Assistant Professor of Speech A.B., A.M., North Texas Slate Teachers College: Electra Public College, 1936-40: Bryan Public Schools, 1940-44: Texas Wesleyan College, 1944--. I UAN ITA COWAN Assistant Professor of Romance Languages A.B., Texas Woman's College: A.M., University of Texas: further gradu- ate study, National University of Mexico, 1941: Fort Worth Public Schools, 1929-31: Texas Wesleyan College, 1931-. MARGARET PHILLIPS PORTER Assistant Professor in Biology B.S., West Texas State Teachers Col- lege: Further study-North Texas State Teachers College. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1946-. FONTAINE RAYMOND MATTI-IIS Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Government A.B., Texas Wesleyan College: A.M., Texas Christian University: Superin- tendent of Schools, Elgin, Texas, 1917-1922: Bastrop, Texas, 1922-1931: Strawn, Texas, 1932-1934. Texas Wesleyan College. 1936-. Page 18 'age MRS. IAMES H. CARLSON Instructor in Science B.S., Texas Wesleyan College. Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. MARTHA FAULKNER SMITH Assistant Professor of Home Economics B.S., Texas Woman's College: Grad- uate Study, University of Texas: M.A., Texas Christian University: Certificate in advanced Engineering, University of Texas. Employed by the State and Federal Government, 1931-1938. Fort Worth Public Schools, 1933-. Texas Wesleyan College, 1943-. G. W. FISHER Assistant Professor ot Mathematics and,History B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, M.S., North Texas State Teachers College, Public School Teacher and Principal, Further Study University of Denver and University of Texas. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1946-. W. V. MYRES Instructor in Economi'cs and Language I..L.B., Fort Worth Law School: L.L.M., Dixie University: A.B., Texas Wesleyan College: Th.M., South- western Baptist Theological Semi- nary: Member of State Bar Associa- tion of Texas. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege, 1943-. MRS. K. C. EAST Assistant Professor of History A.B., University of Texas: M.A., Co- lumbia University: Advanced study, University of Texas: Texas Public Schools: Sue Bennett College: Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. ERNAL SMITH Instructor in Bible and Religious Education A.B., Southern Methodist University: M.R.E., Southwestern Seminary, Fort Worth: M.C.A., Southern Methodist University: Director of Wesley Foun- dation, Denton: Church Secretary, First Methodist, Dallas: Director of Christian Education, First Methodist Church, Wichita Falls. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1936-. 19 HENRY E. STOUT Proiessor of Bible Ph.B., A.B., Central College, grad- uate Work, University of Missouri. President of Howard-Payne College, Fayette, Missouri, 1906-1919, Presi- dent of Texas Woman's College, Fort Worth, Texas, 1919-1931: Texas Wes- leyan College, 1942-. IOHNNIE O. EDWARDS Coach and Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Texas Wesleyan College: Eleven years of high school coach- ingg Texas Wesleyan College, 1945-. MISS MARGARET BRAY Assistant Professor of Physical Education P B.S., North Texas State Teachers Col- lege: M.S., North Texas State Teach ers College, Austin Public Schools, Texas Wesleyan College, 1940-. LEWIS IOBDAN Instructor in Business Administration B.S., Texas Wesleyan College. Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. MRS. IOSEPI-IINE CONNELL Instructor in Business Administration B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. O. D. BCDUNDS Assistant Professor oi Business Administration B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, grad- uate study, North Texas State Teachers College. Texas Wesleyan College, l946-- Page 20 CIQG LILLIAN NORWOOD Librarian, Instructor in Library Science A.B., A.M., Southern Methodist Uni- cersityg B.S., in Library Science, State College for Women, Denton, Texas. Three years head of English Department, Sue Bennett College. Fort Worth and Dallas Public Li- braries, 1933-35: Instructor in Eng- lish, Texas Women's College, l932, Librarian, Texas Wesleyan College, 1935-. DONALD W. BELLAH Professor of Organ and Piano, Work at Illinois State Normal Uni- versityg B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wes- leyan University: Organ with Frank B. Iordanp Piano with Ralph Dobbs. Director of Music, Wapella, Illinois, High School, l939-1940. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1940-. FLOYD ACCOLA Instructor in Voice and Director ot Choral Activities B.M., American Conservatory ot Mu- sicg further study, Drake University: Julliard Graduate School: special study with Lionel Robsart, Theodore Harrison, and Dino Bigalli. Texas Wesleyan College, 1946--. MRS. IESSIE ACCOLA Instructor in Piano B.S.M., Morningside College, special study, Northwestern University and Christiansen Choral School. Texas Wesleyan College, 1946-. WALTER LYNN Assistant Professor of Voice B.Mu., Syracuse University, M.Mu., Oklahoma University, Study with Theodore Harrison, Chicagog In- structor in Voice, Oklahoma Univer- sity, 1939-41. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege, 1942-. MARY PAY SLAWSON Instructor in Piano B.M., Cincinnati Conservatory oi Mu- sic, student of Karin Doyasg St. Louis Institute of Musicg Student of Gott- fried Galstony student in Washington University. Texas Weileyan College, 1941-. 21 ? 3, gr 4 -mf K , 2 , lt 2 tr -W X W-st-4 ft , V ,I ,. ., ,, i'Af,,,'l.1s,t.t.s.,,-l.. 4 .T 2,7 , ,,,. :fi I-M1433-ig, . 'f 1 ft 3 - 13Nz3j."fg ' '. X, :ta i 'f - ' . ' if :suv 5 1 1 x. Q V'- 1' A, 'ggi' Q X. r, -Zn-t ee s Sf .. ' .'tS!'5"' 1 ,J ,T Q' E55? cf 53 ,Q-, X .M .. ms-i f-:at ' X 3? sf 45525 ig X : , 'S KELLY FEARING Assistant Professor of Art B.A., Louisiana Polytechnic Institutey Public School, Winniield, Louisiana, 1941-437 Drafts- man and Technical Instructor, Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp., Fort Worth, l943-44, Texas Wesleyan College. MARIUS THOB Assistant Professor of Violin and Theory Musical training in Royal High School of Music, Berlin, under Henri Marteau. Concert- master with Badew-Winterthor Symphony Or- chestra in Switzerland, and Gewerbehaus Or- chestra in Dresden. First violinist vsdth the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokow- ski. Founder and first violinist of the Pro Arte String Ouartet, Fort Worth, Texas. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1931-. MRS. MAMIE SAUNDERS Hostess, Dan Waqgoner Hall MRS. GEORGE BROWN Hostess, Boaz Hall MRS. NEAL TURNER Hostess, Ann Waggener Hall MRS. I. O. EDWARDS Hostess, Mulkey Hall Page Z MRS. ANNA WELLS Assistant Hostess, Dan Waqqoner Hall MRS. L. E. RICHARDSON Assistant Hostess, Ann Waqgoner Hall M. A. ELLIOTT Superintendant oi Maintenance MABLE SUTHERLAND School Nurse AUGIE MAE HOWELL Assistant Professor of Education A.B., Texas Woman's College: A.M. George Peabody College for Teachers: Graduate study in Bible and Religious Education in Scarritt College, one year: Colorado State College of Education. Texas Wes- leyan College, 1934-. age 23 0 915 ,.- ,T . , ,HL MW 5' ft' df ftt""'Mlt'fgQ?fMJ3f'fJ ' J ff"-t"i BUARD UF TRUSTEES DR. WARREN IOHNSTON, President DR. E. P. CULVER, President Emeritus EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MARVIN D. EVANS, Chairman H. B. DORRIS, Secretary' E. L. BAKER DR. CHARLES H. HARRIS DR. P. E. RILEY CENTRAL H. B. DORRIS . .,..,. L ,,.,.,,, L ......... . .,.....,......... . ......,...........,,...,..,,..I.... Port Worth Texas MARVIN D. EVANS ,....,.....,,.... ,,,,.,. . L Fort Worth, Texas DR. WARREN IOHNSTON. ...,..... .,,, Fort Worth, Texas DR. P. E. RILEYL.. .,,...,...,.... .... ..Weatherford, Texas DR. F. P. CULVER ..... .L .... L Fort Worth Texas CHARLIE HILLARD ,..... .......... ..,. . . -Fort Worth, Texas E. L. BAKER ...,..,..,,.,......,..,.....,.. L ...... Fort Worth, Texas DR. CHARLES H. HARRIS .,.,...,.. ,,,..I.. P ort Worth, Texas "MRS L. M. HOGSETT ....,,........ NORTH TEXAS CONFERENCE Fort Worth DR. I. M. FLEMING ...... L ..i.........i....I...,.....,............ .. ................ Mt. Vernon, REV. IRA C. KIKER ...... .,,,. L .... . -Da11as, E. ROY BOYD I.... ....... . . ..,.,,. Dallas, REV. S. M. BLACK ...... L ...,..... Dallas, SOUTHWEST TEXAS CONFERENCE REV, K. R, I-IEMPI-IILL I.I..II...........................,... L .L.L...L. L ......L.......LL.... McAllen, ALFRED LINDEMANN L.,L,.,..L.. L.. ...... ..L-Cost, REV. ALFRED FREEMON L.....LL. LLL. . ..L. C orpus Christi, PORTER LORING-L. L,...........,..LL,.... . .....LL, . San Antonio NORTHWEST TEXAS CONFERENCE REV. W. C. I-IINDS .L,..L L .............. L ....L..........L...... L ...L LL ....... . ..L.... Plainview, R. B. ANDERSON LL.L L .....L......L . ....... L... V emon, REV, UEL D. CROSBY. ..LL..,LL. ..LL . LL Seymour, MRS, I. M. WILLSON. ...........LL,.L... .LL........................... ...... F I oydada, TEXAS CONFERENCE REV. B. O. POWERS .. L... .............L..L........ ....... . - L ......L L . ..L..L . Liberty DR. MARCUS M. CHUNNLL .L..L. . ...... Houston, DR. MORRIS KILGORE .LL.LLL.... ..... . .L.. H ouston, HUGH T. BUCK. .... . .... LL ...... W. ...... L.. Houston. Deceased -A- Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Paqe 2 CLASSES v 4 E 2 STUDENT CGUNCIL President ..,.........,,... Vice President ,..... Secretary ......,.,., L Treasurer ..... CLASS PRESIDENTS Senior Presidents ..,v,i,, i.,...,A,,4w,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, E Iunior President. ..,,............ L- Sophomore President. ..,..........,,.-. Freshman President ............. L ,...,,, Town Girls Representative. ..,........ ,.,,,,.,-- , Girls Dormitory Representative ....... E Veterans Representative ,.,.,.......,...... Mens Dormitory Representative ..N.,.... E- ..,,,. BLAKE YAGER -- .... . ..,. ,TSARGENT HILL -...-.GLENNA HARWELL i-------IO ANN GUNN -MJOE BECK -.,-,--..CARMON STILES NEIL LAMINACK ED MOODY GLORIA MCWHORTER SHERRY SHERRILL IOHN EARLE E .,,. .SAM RENSHAW ,x 4 . ,UI . Page 26 Y I f' r ' rl, 5ENIUH.ELA President TOE BECK Vice-President RAY JENKINS S5 UFFIEEH5 Secretary GLORIA MCWHORTER Treasurer PEGGY GALLAGHER Reporter DOROTHY SUE ROWE Sponsor P. R. MATTHIS SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES My QTWWQ, N. N lv wt Y , . 1 ,lsswroas 1947 TED AUSTIN IOE BECK Fort Worth Fort Worth B.S. Art B.S. Business Illotus Duodecim ii, iii, iv Tau Eeta. Chi MARY ELLEN BOZE Thayer, Missouri B.S. History and Egkqgru iii' iv ggggaxifi iii' iv, Education ie ervice ii, iii A ' Council Pres. Slavnior Class Ps. 11, iii Student Council 1V oenix iii Wh ' Wh ' Cross' Timbers YMCA i, iio W in, iv Thespian i, ii Golden Shears Press Club iii, iv Student Council ii, iii. Best Actor iii VIRGINIA BURTON ROBERT C. WILLIAM Port Worth CAMPBELL CARAWAY BA' Social Science Chattanooga, Fort Worth Trgliifi from Term- B.S. Social science B.A. English Transfer from Univ. Sakarra i, ii, iii, iv lllotus Duodecim of Chattanooga Thlgsgiun i EDNA CARLSON KENNETH ANNA RUTH Fort Worth CARLSON CULPS BVA. public School Chicago, Ill. Fort Worth KMUSTE . B.S. Social Science B.S. Business and Oro 111' W SMA iv Education Aeolian iii, iv Transfer from Howard Payne MARY NELL DAVIS Dawson B.S. Religious Ed. ggcl Secondary Koro i, ii, iii, iv Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii, iv Entre Amis i, ii, iii, iv Beta Epsilon ii, iii, iv Press Club ii Txweco Staff iii Who's Who iv STELLA DOAK HARDIE Lubbock PORTENBERRY B.S. Social Science Aeolian ii, iii, iv SMK ii, iii, iv Thespian ii, iii Greenwood B.S. Physical Ed. Altoco iii, iv TW Club iii, iv Basketball Team ii, iii, iv Co-Capt. Basketball Team iv Golden Shears Transfer from Gainesville Ir. College Page 3 1, 11, ui, iv SENIORS 1947 PEGGY LILA FAY GCINES IO ANN GUNN GAITLAGHER Beaumont Granbury C1509 B.S. Bible B.A. English and B.S. Physical Ed. Deka i, ii, iii, iv SMK iii, iv MSM iii, iv Koro i, ii, iii, iv YWCA iiiu, , WAA ii' iii, iv Questers 111, 1V Golden Shears Who's Who iii, iv Cheer Leader iv Basketball Sweet- heart iv Beta Epsilon i, ii, iii, iv P.E. Assistant iii, iv ELIZABETH EDNA LOU HAESLY HANKINS ' Washington, D. C. Fort Worth B.M. Music and Education Deka ii, iii, iv Koro iii, iv Iunior Beauty iii Who's Who iv Alpha Chi iv BILLIE BOB HART Fort Worth B,S. Biology, Chem- istry and Ed. Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii SMK i, ii Scia Quatore i, ii, iii Entre Amis ii, iii, iv Thespian iv Alpha Chi iv Who's Who iv Alpha Psi Omega iv Golden Shears Txweco Staff iv Biology Assistant iii, iv CCE i. ii, iii, iv Senior Class Favorite Bl LLIE HEN SON Port Worth B.S. Science Combination Press Club ii, ill, iv Thespian ii Phoenix iii Scia Quatore ii. iii Tau Gamma Chi ii, iii, iv Chemistry Asst. iv B.A. English Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii, iv SMK i, ii, iii, iv Buenos Vecinos iii, iv Scia Quatore ii GLENNA H ARWELL S Colorado City B.S. Biology and Education Deka i, ii, iii, iv Golden Shears Who's Who iv Biology Asst. iii, iv Secretary Student Body iv Princess of Posture iv Sophomore Beauty u Education SMK i, ii, iii, iv Entre Amis i, ii, iii, iv Golden Shears Who's Who iv Smile Girl iii May Queen iv Beta Epsilon i, ii, iii Gir1's Chorus i, ii Thespian i BSU i, ii, iii, iv DAVID HARKRIDER Fort Worth B.S, Accounting Tau Beta Chi i Beta Epsilon iv Veteran's iv BESSIE RUTH HASTINGS Pinckneyville, Illinois B.S. Elementary Education and Soc. Science ARGENT HILL CLIFFORD Fort Worth HUGHES B.S. Speech F0r1WOfth T'TeS??iG??. . Bs. Physical Ed. Basketball iv Alpha Psi Omega iv Sakarra i YMCA i, ii Txyveco Bus. Mgr. iv Vice-Pres. Student Body iv Student Council iv Best Actor iv Golden Shears Y . si AQFWRK Y sfs rift City? Vslf' L' it ftfsixxl I his ix fi ,n,0 NEWS Kgs, age 31 f V -X EAC A fe NWN 'wr'-ws' V ,.. .ei G -' V . TEEEEEEE. -51-v"3Z3I5E,l'I+:.vZ.rI1-' 21 i as .1 Nw- ' 9x sf' san .tm X .,,-5, ,, ,W ,.. A -Q N ,ff tx QWNJ-E? 4 s x, If if 1 i 1 if f-sl mhz' J' SENIORS 1947 a 1 ft,..,,, .. L -vs V git ,s Q, :Q A T'W ,A , . ' vw I ff fit: :15i:E::5Ei:'f ,ff+2.2iI2- W ., MQ. 5 3:35:55: ,: 235'-1' H 14 'E 5 . ., . vu Y A I 'ti Q 1 N fs it l j ri ,,. 1 'slam 4 f I Q 4-a s mf wa' fs F .4 1' 14 552' in ' it ' K, 1,551 G, 1 1 -' If Ei 5 fi? ..A. , 5 isgfmfiiii 2 ga :F HT' f rs if 25:1 W 5 5 g I vs t t E 1-'J ig z z 2, .f , fftfe ?'ilii Qfilf .,,,., ' 2515? ,Q J, , ia Wt E sf 1 f BERTI-IA LEE IVIE Fort Worth B.A Ph sical Ed ' Y SCRA ii, iii, iv YWCA i, ii, iii, iv Life Service ii, iii, iv Golden Shears MSM i, ii, iii, iv SMK III, iv Tau Gamma Chi iii iv Who's Who iv Alpha Chi iv Physical Ed. Assistant ANGELIN E LOTSPEICH Fort Worth B.S. Social Science 6: Ed. HAROLD MCDONALD Fort Worth B.S. Business GLORIA MCWHORTER Fort Worth B,S. Bus. Ad. and Education Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii, iv Koro i, ii, iii, iv Wl1o's Who iv Beta Epsilon i, ii, iii, iv SCRA iii, iv Student Council iii, iv Assistant in English iv RAY IENKINS Fort Worth B.S. Biology Thespian i Illoius Duodecim i, ii, iii, iv Sakarra ii, iii, iv Golden Shears Apollo iv MSM i, ii, iii, iv Best Actor iii NORMAN LOWE Fort Worth B.S. Business MARILYN MCFADYEN Bryson B.S. Business and Education Koro i, ii, iii Beta Epsilon i, ii, iii Txweco i, ii Press Club ii MSM i, ii, iii, iv LOWE LEACH Fort Worth B.S. Math Alpha Chi iv ROBERT LOWE Fort Worth B.S. Social Science CLIFTON MCN EELEY Greenwood B.S. Physical Ed. Altoco iii, iv T.W. Club iii, iv Basketball Team ii, iii, iv Capt. Basketball Team iii. iv Nation's Highest Scorer in Basketball P.E. Assistant iii Transfer from Decatur Baptist Ir. College GEORGE DAVID MICHAEL MCWILLIAMS Port Worth Eastland B.S. History B.S. Accounting Sakarra iv Page SENIORS 1947 HAROLD MILES ARTHUR BURR DOROTHY NELLE Wcxchachie MORRIS ORMON B.S. Bible cmd Ed. Fort Worth Fort Worth SMA iii' iv B.S. Social Science B.S. Business and lllotus Duodecim iv Education SMA ii, iii, iv CCE i, ii, iii, iv Golden Shears SCRA iii, iv Deka i, ii, iii, iv Tau Gamma Chi i, ii Beta Epsilon ii, iii, iv DORIS OVERTON IACK PAYNE D'ARCY REID Fort Worth Mineola Vernon , , ' B. A. R 1' ' B.A. Spanish geiQBE5glt:1siv Pres, Sspslglgfass Press Club Korg iv YMCA i, il, iv ' 'i iii iv Transfer from Univ. of San Antonio DOROTHY RICE Port Worth B.S. Business and Education Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii, iv Beta Epsilon iii, iv Txweco iii Entre Amis,iv KATHRYN ROSS 'age 3 Fort Worth B.A. Music Tau Gamma Chi i Aeolian ii, iii, iv Koro ii, iii, iv 3 SMA i, ii, iv SCRA i, ii Student Council ii lllotus Duodecim i, ii, iv Thespicm i, ii MSM i, ii, iv Press Club iv Rambler iv PAUL ROBINS Port Worth B.S. Religion MSM ii, iii, iv SMA ii, iii, iv MERLENE ROSS Eastland B.S. Speech and Education Deka ii, iii, iv Koro i, ii, iii Thespian iii, iv Scia Ouatore i lf 1 1 1 Autiss ii, ii, iv Thespian i, ii, iii, iv Rambler Staff i, ii, iii, iv RHEA ROBBINS Fort Worth B.S. Business SMK i, ii Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii, iv Press Club i Bsu ui, iv ft Q " Beta Epsilon Q , i, ii, iii, iv if DOROTHY SUE ROWE Big Spring B.S. Speech and Education Deka i. ii, iii, iv Koro iii, iv Thespian i, ii, iii, iv Best Actress iii Who's Who iv Alpha Psi Omega ii, iii, iv WAA ii, iii, iv Golden Shears iii, iv Girl's Chorus ii, iii -X39 hm EQLMQ A ,,,,, 1 lm ,, , S' is Wt -wr 11? f ,fe H .fd iff Ev 5 aj' lk fi,1!1ys1947T 0 9 Aww f!jJ,n"' f SHERRY I. L. STANDRIDGE RICHARD SHERRILL Fort Worth SWEENEY' Dimmitt B-A' English Fort Worth B.S. Speech and SMA ii' iii B.S. Business Education Thespian ii, ii, iv Aloha -Psi Omega n, 111, iv Entre Amis ii, iii, iv SMK i, ii, iii, iv MSM i, ii, iii Pres. Dorm. Council iv Student Council iv MARY LINN B. C. TRENT CAROLINE TYSON TRACY Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth B.S. Business Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iv Koro iii, iv Cross Timbers iii, iv Alpha Chi iv Who's Who iv Beta Epsilon i, iii, iv Asst. in Library i, iii, iv LEROY WEEKS Fort Worth B.S. Art Cross Timbers ii, iii, iv SMA ii, iii Who's Who iv Transfer from Harding Colleqe, Searcy, Ark. B.S. History B.A. Music and Ed Koro i, ii, iii, iv Tau Gamma Chi i, ii, iii, iv Entre Amis iii, iv Aeolian iii, iv Wh ' Wh ' o s o rv Txweco Staff iii Beta Epsilon ii ANN WILLIAMS MARJORIE Port worth WILLIAMS B.S. Speech Autiss t, ii, iii WAA i. ii Alpha Psi Omega iv Fort Worth B.S. Public School Music and Sec. Education Koro i, ii, iii Aeolian i, ii, iii Alpha Chi iv Tau Gama Chi i, ii, iii BOB WILLINGHAM Burleson Bi. Bislggy and ROBBIE Rug? .fxweco MILDRED WILLIS WILLIAMS Vtqho's Kelso iii, iv Forfwonh A pha i ii, iv Qucnuh Golden Shears B-S- English B'S' English and Pres. Soph Class Education Pres. Iunior Class Deke 11, iii, iv IIIFWF Pu'?deCim Koro i, ii, iii, iv 1' U' 1111 W Beta Epsilon 1 Mgr. Txweco Press Club ii, iii, iv Student Council ii, iii, Biology Asst. ii, iii Thespian iii.. iv Questers i, ii, iii, iv Scraii, iii Senior Class Favorite MARY WILSON BLAKE E. IOE CARMICHAEL Ranger YAGER, IR. Grqnbury B.S. Business Beta Epsilon iii, iv SMK iii. iv Transfer from Ranger Junior College Mineral Wells B.S. Physical Ed. Pres. Student Body iv VVho's Who iv Golden Shears Altoco ii, iii, iv T.W. Club ii, ii, iv P.E. Assistant ii Football ii. iii Basketball iv B.S. Social Science Page JUNIUH.ELAS5 President CARMON STILES Vice-President DONALD GHAVES Secretory-Treasurer DORRIS RENFRO Reporter IURINE LASETER Sponsor CYRENE BELL HPFIEEH5 IUNIOR CLASS FAVORITES IUNIOR CLASS t MRS. 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ALLEN Fort Worth I AM ES ALLEN Dublin BILLY ALLSBROOK Fort Worth RAYMOND ANDERSON Fort Worth ALLAN ARMSTRONG Fort Worth MARADELL AUSMUS Fort Worth IOHNNIE BARNES Alvord ELIZABETH BARNSLEY Abilene IVAN BEARDEN Fort Worth EUEL BELCI-IER Athens, Alcxbcrmc MARY LOUISE BELLAI-I Fort Worth ge 59 FRESHMAN CLASS BILL TOM ALI-'ORD Gutesville FRANCES ALLEN Dallas SAM ALLEN Fort Worth CLEVELAND ANDERSON Gotesville DARRELL ANGEL Alvarado PATRICIA ARNOLD Perryton IAMES L. BANDY Fort Worth HAROLD BARNETT Riesel MRS. CORIINE BASS Kilgore MARY LOU BELANTE Fort Worth AUDREY BELKNAP Fort Worth EDWIN BILLS Grunburry 'rw 'Z :Y X 0 I ., A I I lr , A MJRYXI 'lil jul gif rl 1 5 E. E fm! , t H 3. eg lu so '-43.5 I s X Ea, I Q wuz, if, I I L- .I ,:' 5 5' 1 L " , ill ' 1 X E E , , PM A ti'iiiIfEt?t2 a, ,3 f 4 7? sl' I' I f i 571 L5 iff E eg K S2 zistgz li? 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CROMWELL Fort Worth BURL DANIEL Fort Worth IOHN DARNELL Fort Worth MARGARET DAVIS Dawson ANDREW DeWEES Fort Worth FRANK DILLARD Fort Worth :Iqe 61 FRESHMAN CLASS VIVIAN COLLIER Fort Worth B. L. CONE Houston DORIS COOK Seymour ROBERT COOK Cleburne DONALD COURSEY Dcxllcxs WAYNE COX Fort Worth CLAYTON CULP Fort Worth BILLY DARDEN Fort Worth WILLIAM DAVIDSON Fort Worth SCOTTY DAYTON Fort Worth IO ANN DICKSON Fort Worth IACK DODD Fort Worth 'Mi " . ' "'g35::.,.' , ,' : Agway ,sg . 'j2IjIjI,'j 32. ,L -.EEEEEEEEE' f' ' .'',:,,iI:3"f1f'5I2'31:Z' '65 751223756 s -:rx X fri". ' rf., A ,125 , , If , ,W. rav '1fsw :E-1-:f Bs, ....r :,. 2 W Z f 2,1 . - 'T' . .: 2 . 9 ,. :- -I ..f, ,,??f?m Y C A 9 , I -... 1 1 J 1 E f 2 .5 X avupfwi .45 Q 3fg?f5j,2A5 :fgi?'1f"f Xf if - A mg M 'I' I A f 2 1 G9 f 3' .... ., .. X 5 2, , . .M 14, W ,,,, ., ,Y,, .,... ..r,,,, it' ' s ' ft :, 'zzzz " ff-X 'ZZIA:2:2li:5:.:Q:Q'f::.-::.:fa1:EE ' 5 95:3 5 , X. s ' ...., 4 Lair I 1 at-.,. s. g be Y 34 5 '11 3. 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DUGGER Fort Worth FRED DUN LAP Fort Worth IOI-IN EARLE ' Fort Worth I yf EAMES ELLER Fort Worth COWETA LYNCH ENGEL Fort Worth TINA FENTRESS Fort Worth FREDDY FINCHER Fort Worth DON FLEMING Fort Worth VETA FULLER Euless CHARLES GAUSS Fort Worth BOB GILMARTIN Fort Worth MAURICE GRAY ' Fort Worth -1' It 1 DIXIE DUNHAM Fort Worth ROBERT DYKES Fort Worth BUEL EDMONDSON Grand Saline COY ELLIS Stephenville BEN FEEMSTER Fort Worth RAYMOND FET TER Fort Worth NANCY FINDLEY Fort Worth MARION FORSTON Grandview RUTH GARNER Walnut Springs BILL GILMARTIN Fort Worth WALTER GREAVES Fort Worth PATRICIA GREAVES Fort Worth 4 Page IEANNETTE GREEN Fort Worth IAMES A. GRIFFIN Ruston, Louisiana BOB HALL Fort Worth MARY I-IAMES Fort Worth THOMAS HANDLER Fort Worth ERNESTINE HARGIS Texarkana V I ULIA HENRY Arlington KATHERYN HOPKINS Fort Worth MARY HOWARD Burleson WILLIAM I. HUBANKS Hollis, Oklahoma BILLYE HUFFMAN Fort Worth LOUISE INGRAM Fort Worth ge 63 FRESHMAN CLASS ROBERT GREGG Fort Worth ROBERT L. 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MORRIS Fort Worth FRANCES NEEDHAM Fort Worth RICHARD NETI-IERLAND Keller VIRGE O'BANN ON Freclericktown, Mo. DONALD OGLE Fort Worth ROBERT O'TOOLE Fort Worth IDALOU OWENS Fort Worth FRANCES PACHECO A JN Fort Worth VHA'-p' . -I' L, .H I' , ELSIE Pzrtvrpgyfq Aj . ' Van jg. -'V ' l n 'I ' r , MARY JANE PAUL, Fort Worth E. G. "SLIM" P.EARSON Fort Worth FRANK MORRISON Hawkins IOHN R. MORRISON Fort Worth MARIORIE NEWSOME Fort Worth LELIA NOE Fort trVorth I AMES OLDI-IAM Keller ANN ORUM Fort Worth LOUISE OUTLAW Fort Worth SAM OWEN S Fort Worth Z R I-t-RAYMOND PATTERSON Port Worth ARCHIE PAUL Fort Worth JEAN PEARSON Fort Worth GORDON PETERMAN Fort Worth Page ft xl rf tt HOBART PETERSON Fort Worth BETTY IANE PHARRIS Fort Worth N. R. PLUNKETT Fort Worth BILL POLLARD Gutesville FAYE PRATOR Fort Worth I-IOSEA PRESLAR Fort Worth TROY HM RANDLES Fort Worth BILL REYNOLDS Mort I. D. ROBERTS Fort Worth SNOW ROBERTSON Fort Worth L. C. RODGERS Covington JOHN ROSS Wills Point f 'F - I I .. 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SALMON Itasca EUGENIA SCHNEIDER Fort Worth DONALD SCOTT Fort Worth DONNA SIMMONS Vernon HOLLIE SLANE Arlington LLOYD SLAWSON Fort Worth MARTHA SLAWSON Fort Worth LEON ARD SMITH Fort Worth RUBY LEE SMITH Fort Worth MALCOLM SPILLER Icxcksboro ANN STAFFORD Fort Worth GLEN SCI-IMILL Handley I UNE SCI-IMILL Handley IEANNETTE SHARPLESS Grapevine WILLIAM SI-IELTON Fort Worth MRS. ELEANOR SLATON Fort Worth RALPH SLATON Fort Worth BERT SMITH Fort Worth LAMAR SMITH Mineola V. T. SOMMERS Hollis, Oklahoma IIMMIE SPANN Grcpelcmd RALPH STAFFORD Fort Worth BETTY STANLEY Fort Worth 'Pcrqe I KATHERINE STOVALL Fort Worth LOWELL STROUD Cleburne ALBERT SWINDELL Fort Worth DORIS TAYLOR Handley I UN E TIDWELL Fort Worth I AMES TIMS Crowley RAY VALLE. Fort Worth FRED WAKEMAN Forrestburg LELAND WALLACE Fort Worth VERNON WARD Fort Worth ROBERT WARREN Tcrlco N ITA WATKIN S Winnsboro gee 69 FRESHMAN CLASS IOHN D. SULLIVAN A Fort Worth KARL SWAIN Grandview DUNCAN THOMAS Houston CLYDE THOMPSON Gotesville EDWARD TOTI Camden, New Iersey RAYMOND UNDERWOOD Ponder IOHN WALKER Fort Worth RITA WALKER Pine Bluff, Arkcmscxs CHARLES WARNER Port Worth LEWIS B. WARREN Fort Worth OSCAR WATSON Fort Worth THOMAS WEATHERRED Brownwood ....., 'S QW wb - V ffefi PJ Q," V tk? . All W wg W E' iivrit - I ::ss:s .-::2 ' .1 . ,, . .: W? it ? J .. V .. ......... W ,., ,Q rg? -..,, .rtrz , . 5. W DgE,W V544 15-:n-is-sVa-s-1-2-::a:a:::a:. mx"-Q:-: 1 V ' , x wmmw A 'W sf . , ' .V , ..., X , 1 T -- g E: " 2 . H K s ,... -. .: ...., . Mrxsf Q N .. E ,qyggyi Q f K X . My , ., . .. .,.. . M N , V, T t fmt? .A ' 2 A .Eff .... N ' fl . gi :-9 V '-L 9- ' "' 1:-:IE-E-.I.I'I'I'E"'.E:2:G:':::?" ' ' A - v' ,VE EE: J"1' L52'IE::-E:EEE:EE:5i:-5-El'55525E-1. . - F S .EE .- ' - ' V- wig? .te ' fl? 4 ,V - .MN .-.Em A . 2Eg:':':': iw ff L i la . ' ,,.S E ' ' :- :fa fffi V v . .1 .... . :zz 1-V 'Lg L' .Q 1 . ' ' -2 5 2 'uf' ' .. 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Q Q A Y SWW LV: -H 1 . if .:s5:5:a:a::::5:5:a:gE:aZ me w V N + 43 if' A 'AL f M ' X 'f 553 4 5 - - --S -1 Ef f .tm -'N-f 2 A 'XM I Q Y . . sg -E . , M gy ' 'h' MMM 5, wg .4 Wi - Ties 1 EN 4 W M fig A we 1 ,gg 3' iss, 5535 -1- 1 '4 wg rf fig 5 fr . 3,5 , ' Zig, Y it 9? 3 f 1 fig, t , . , Q l ' 0 f 11 J' 4 2 gl 5 L E I .tt t.. .... . px XJJJ .4 J, .. ' , ,fffff IJ , . I ' 4 ' ' ' f I M I J.-fffffzf 'ff ff ' ,f I - '1 I 'Ai If 1 , '22 ,,- . , : AL ffgluiylriv ,ff Lfhff tv' ff' " 4, JJ 4 I 'I ., , VY' I, ,J - -L JL.-1 'K' I -1 A FRESHMAN CLASS .. , , I-- . I .: - V 5. V, i -- -I '--'--' ' 04 rd C it M- I K J 4- 1 ,,tU,g.4,n 4j...r.- Ah,-J , Q. -, , I, Y ,,,5.fyv..x,+L ,f-,QV 1, yff.-n.ffQff"" ., V .4 '4..'A5-Lg 'lvgu I tvvqnri 731--4,-i,"':f - , 1 A., IJ. figdlxnl A1113 f 1- 1 . I I BETTYE WEAVER Gatesville CLARENCE WEIKEL Fort Worth CLINTON WHITE Fort Worth SI-IELLEY WHITE Toyah SIDNEY WILKINSON Fort Worth IANICE WILLIAMS Qucmah BETH WILSON Coolidge FINIS E. WILSON Fort Worth LOUIS B. WINGO Eastland IIMMIE WRIGHT Fort Worth HOWARD YELVERTON Burleson ELSIE YOES Fort Worth ERMA ZAMORA fort Worth BETTY WEST Fort Worth IACK WEST Fort Worth CHARLES WHITT LE Handley BURTON WILEY Handley JIMMIE VVILLIAMS Quanah SUZANNE WILLIAMS Fort Worth IOY WILSON Fort Worth I AMES WIN DHAM Overton NAOMI WRIGHT Fort Worth RALPH WRIGHT Fort Worth FELIX YORK Dallas FRANCIS YOUNG Fort Worth KATE ATKINSON Fort Worth LON BALTHROP Fort Worth ROLAND "PETE" BLESSING Fort Worth FREDA BOYER Smithfield IESSIE CARMICHAEL Fort Worth BINA BETH CASBEER Fort Worth RICHARD COZAD Wapakoneta, Ohio OZRO DAVIS Chico RICHARD DU BROC Alexandria, Louisiana BOB FALLS Fort Worth IIMMY GRIMES Pryor, Oklahoma WILLIAM HARPER Fort Worth GERON HOLDER Ouancrh BRYANT IUSTICE Amarillo 'age 71 - X nl' I I ADDITIONAL STUDENTS xlljl' ' if . . j 1 zkd I ,ja V I I f ANNA BARNES Glaclewater I-IERMAN BARROW Electra .....b..-i. -L -,,., A 1 ,- lf - , . - .Q ' '1-"1 - ' Fi ,,. , , eff '. g ,Q-f" Is" -ff 1 MRS. ELAINE BROWN Fort Worth IOHN CAMPBELL Meridan BILLY COLE Quanah RUSSELL COX Breckenridge ZACK DODD Fort Worth BOBBY DOYLE Fort Worth I ACK FOWLER Fort Worth IOI-IN FREEMAN Fort Worth DAN HART Odell BOB HENDRICKS Comanche, Oklahoma I-IOLMAN LEE Fort Worth SCOTTIE MCDANIEL Fort Worth jij ' lv f AK I 'ij A l Lx x I r Q 7 , f I ll, .1 5' A ' I ,lf ,I 5 6 wg f JA ,a ' v 'V' 'J zf' ADDITIONAL STUDENTS ,,:, 'A f Q r I R' 1' ,Q JACKIE MILLER Burqettstown, Penn. DUG MOORE Breckenridge HOWARD REYNOLDS Keller DOROTHY RILEY Fort Worth IEANNE SHELTON Forl Worth BETTY SOUTHER Vondcrlin, Ill. CHARLES WILLIAMS Fort Worth IAMES WILSHIRE Pecos V . - I 0' it , l 0 l I n-I Q TONY PAPPAS Burgettstown, Penn. FRANCES RAY Monroe, Louisiana MRS. FLORENCE ROBINSON FortWorth PAUL SANDSTROM Keller BEVERLY STRICKLIN Fort Worlh BOB WACASTER Fort Worth CECIL WOOD Decatur CI-IARLENE YORK Fort Worth Page 7 HSUNI-XLITI EAHNIVAL UUEEN SMILE GIRL IIAMPUS SWEETHEAHT F H A N C E 5 A L L E N Page 7 MAY UUEEN PHINEE AND PRINCESS UF PUSTUHE L'IL ABNER AND DAISY MAE BSU AND MSM SWEETHEARTS Cige Each Monday night the girls of Texas Wesleyan gather to hear about personality adjustment. Many phases of feminine pulchritucle are discusseol. The pictures on this page show in a small Way the poise and grace that results. MISS HAZEL HUNNICUTT Personality Director 81 NEW STUDENT- OLD STUDENT WEDDING ANNA RUTH BECK PRESENTING WWW ge 83 .,w,,,.W,W ,,,,, N N. U , . 1 E E , 4 x i 2 1 1 3 IOE BECK Leads the Senior class-member of Student Council- Active member of Beta Epsilon, Veterans Organization- Fort Worth. ANNA RUTH CULPS Blonde interested in art for some reason-helped put out annuals in the past-president of Tau Gamma Chi- loyal member of Entre Amis and Koro-Fort Worth. 'PEGGY GALLAGHER Sweetheart of the basketball team and of Mac in par- ticular-strained her tonsils leading yells this year- class officer for three years-Golden Shears-past prexy of Koro and Deka-Physical education assistant and member of WAA-Cisco. IO ANN GUN N Will reign as May Queen at the end of school-'46 Smile Girl and all-time Smile Girl for Bay lenkins-Golden Shears-Alpha Chi prexy-loud advocate of Entre Amis and SMK-one of those Granbury flashes. ELIZABETH HAESLY Affectionately known as Beth-Seldom seen without her violin tucked under her chin--Symphony concert master each year while in school-Iunior class beauty in '46- member of Aeolian and Deka-hails from Washington, D. C. BILLIE BOB HART Had headaches as Senior editor of the TXWECO- Owner of the voice most heard at basketball games- full of vitality and charm-Senior class favorite-Golden Shears-Member of Alpha Chi and Alpha Psi Omega- Past prexy of Entre Amis-Biology assistant-Ft. Worth. GLENN A HARWELL Beautiful anywhere you see her-vivacious and thought- ful-Posture Oueen tit's easy to see whyl-Golden Shears-Student Council-Biology assistant-president of Deka-Sophomore class beauty-Colorado City. BERTHA LEE IVIE Better known as "Bert"-one of the best all-around girls on the campus tshe got an award for thatl-willing to work at any time-Golden Shears-President of WAA -Alpha Chi-Member of SMK, MSM, SCRA, YWCA- Fort Worth. GLORIA MCWHORTER Known as that unpredictable "Flirt"-capable engineer of Sadie Hawkins Day-''delicate"-all-around swell person to know-English assistant-Entre Amis prexy- Golden Shears-member of Tau Gamma Chi and Koro -Fort Worth IACK PAYN E Bishop Payne, that is-'full of ideas and not afraid to carry them out-Sophomore class prexy, '43-past prexy of DD-Rambler staff-Golden Shears-Member of SCA, SCR, VA-Mineola DOROTHY SUE ROWE One of those rare brown-eyed blondes with all the ac- coutrements-full of dramatic talent-past-president of Alpha Psi Omega and Deka-Chairman of Golden Shears-President of Thespian-Speech assistant-Best Actress '46-Big Spring. SHERRY SHERILL Poise, beauty and personality-a refreshing person to be around-President of Dormitory Council-Member of Alpha Psi Omega, SMK, Entre Amis-Speech assistant -Golden Shears-Dimmitt. MARY LINN TRACY Possessor of art talent galore-lntelligence combined with personality-Beta Epsilon prexy-Alpha Chi-l..i- brary assistant-Member of Koro and Tau Gamma Chi -Fort Worth. CAROLINE TICHTER TYSON Petite and efficient-interested chiefly in Mr. Tyson-ex- prexy of Tau Gamma Chi-TXWECO work-Aeolian- Koro-Fort Worth LEROY WEEKS An artist of the first degree-married-Outstanding Artist Award in '41-Member of Cross Timbers-Fort Worth. 'BOB WILLINGHAM Exasperated editor of this TXWECO-flaming red hair, big smile, always in a hurry-Prexy of soph and junior classes-Highest average for membership in Alpha Chi, '45 and '46--Golden Shears-ex-president of DD-stu- dent assistant in biology-Alpha Psi Omega-Member of Thespian, Ouesters, Press Club-another product of Burleson. BLAKE YAGER Student body president who gets things done-known for that shy grin he gives out in Wednesdays chapel- outstanding athlete and a prince of good fellows-eX- president of Altoco -Golden Shears -PE assistant- Member of TW Club and SCRA--Claims Mineral Wells as the town that produced those size 13 feet. 'Denotes selection for two years Page 8 CLUBS FIRST ROVJ: Gunn, Vtlillingham, Tracy, Domm, Addington, B. Brown, M. Brown SECOND ROW: I-laesly, Hart, Horner, Ivie, Leach, Owens, Williams TEXAS MU CHAPTER OF ALPHA CHI Members of the Texas Mu Chapter oi Alpha Chi are chosen on the basis of scholarship from the upper ten per cent of the junior and senior classes oi Texas Wesleyan College. The purpose of this organization is the promotion of scholar- ship. 8o help accomplish this purpose and to broaden the fields of interest oi the members, programs at the monthly meetings this year consisted of talks by the members on their major sub- ject or some similar topic. Mrs. Rose Lee Lisenby, head oi the English department, is sponsor, with Miss launita Cowan, assistant professor of ro- mance languages, serving as co-sponsor. President ,.........,. .....,...... I 0 ANN GUNN Vice-President ...... ....... B OB WILLINGHAM Secretary ........,.. ........ M ARY l.lNN TRACY Treasurer ........ .......,............. B llsl.. DOMM Page 8 age 89 I Smith, Sherrill, Rowe, Cockroft, Hart, Hensley, Hoggins, Hill, Iinkins, Lasister, McLoucl, Renfro, Roach, Ross, Smith, Stiles, Willingham ALPHA PSI OMEGA THETA OMICRON CAST This is a national honorary fraternity, its members being chosen on past accomplishments not only in the field of acting but also backstage Work. lts purpose is to develop a dramatic talent and the art of acting, to cultivate a taste for the best in the drama, and, finally, to foster the cultural values, which We believe dramatics de- velopes. Grand Business Manager .......,.. MISS CYBENE BELL Cast Director. ..r.. .. ..rr,crr.,,,...,.....,r,,... - ,,.rcr,,, BILLYI SMITH Cast Stage Manager .,..l...,rr,,......... SHERBY Sl-IERBILL Cast Business Manager .c,r.r., DOROTHY SUE BOWE x 'sw f +735 A42 A111112 QW? N I W 1 , ,irq-5-Are: - R Q 'if' 7:47. 1, '?ElIlilllli:A " . . i . , . , 555, , E-tr' ssh ! ' 7391 NVE . FO ' .1 J. . ,J ff , I 5 W 5. A ". lex 4 . n ' ' 4 A 'I ,V 7' .h YJ A A, ,- ft 1 'V GAMMA CHI U PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA 6 This organization was originally the Apollo Club which was founded for all boys majoring in music, its purpose being to further the appreciation ot music. This spring the gamma phi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, the national musicians fraternity, was installed on the campus. President ............. .........,.. W INSTON TUEBEVILLE Vice President. ..,............ RAYMCND UNDEPLWOOD Secretary l,,,,l,,,r,.l ,,,,,,,,....,r M ALCOLM RUTLEDGE Treasurer .,,,ool,.,..l. .o,.....,.....,..... I OHN FREEMAN Pledge Master, ,,.,..., ........... . CLYDE MCCLUEE Warden .,,-,,.-,,,,,,,-.,- l.r.l.rr, B RYANT TOLBERT Sponsor ,.,.,...lll,,l..,...... U- ,,,ll ,lll D ONALD BELLAI-l Faculty members T c.,. ,.l,.,oooll c LYNN, Tl-IOR, ACCOLA, ANSON, BOUTON Page 9 age 91 rs. 495 s I Y ' - 1 I X V, 'i 112.-, - ,T Y 481 FIRST ROVJ: Hardison, Wallace, Tyson, Anderson, Barnsley, Breedlove, Bryant, Bumpers ,IA I V SECOND ROW: Carlson, Cook, Doak, Godfrey, Greaves, Hanks, Hargis, Howard Y , ,V ,""' if THIRD ROW: Keeter, Kennedy, Lindsey, Muse, Orum, Russell, Sager, Williams rj.-f'4"X' l , NOT SHOWVN: Haesly, Schmill .f if 3 s ,Y .- T L ' it 3, AEOLIAN CLUB The Aeolian Clulo is an organization for girl music majors and those taking applied music on the compus. It is quite active in musical affairs on and off the campus and offers its members interesting programs at its meetings. President -4 r...,..,.. La FRANCES I-IARDISON Vice President ..i... C, ,.,, CLINTA IO WALLACE Secretary-Treasurer ..... ,,i,c.ci,.i . CAROLINE TYSON Sponsor. ,....r...,,,,r,..r.rr ..... . MISS MARY SLAWSON Rowe, Ienkins, Ivie, Gunn, Yager GOLDEN SHEARS The Golden Shears are awarded each week to a person who has been outstanding in some extra-curricular activity. The wearers are selected by an executive committee. Each wearer has the privilege oi becoming a member oi the permanent list oi Guardians. The idea of the Golden Shears was conceived by the Rambler Staff of l938. The award was originally made by the college newspaper. Chairman. .... - ..,.,,..,... . .-,--.DOBQTl-lY SUE BOWE Vice Chairman. .........,., .........,.,..i..... . RAY IENKINS Secretary-Treasurer ,,....,., ,,,,i,.,i B EBTI-lA LEE lVlE Social Chairmen. .,,,,i,,, ........,....,.i., I O ANN GUNN BLAKE YAGEB Sponsor ,,...... ........... ..i,,,.,. . M BS. E. M. BOWMAN Page Je 93 GUARDIANS OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS Martha Ann Howell N. B. Plunkett Glenna Harwell Paul Billman Frances Owens Billie Bob Hart leanne Iohnson Arthur Burr Morris Gloria McWhorter Sherry Sherrill lohn Goode D'Arcy Reid 4 Ed,,Mo,ody P ,lin-" QP if H L For 1946-1947 1-I af fe n Nui f Dan Hart Hardie Portenberry Dorris Beniro Guinn Phillips Ted N icksiclc Erin Hensarling Betty Bice Frances Allen Carmon Stiles Betty lo Smith Sargent Hill lurine Laseter PREVIOUS WINNERS Clifton McNeely E. F. Parham lohnny Domm lack Payne Ted Austin Peggy Gallagher Douglas Higgins Donald Graves Bolo Willingham Dorothy Sue Rowe Mary McLeod lo Ann Gunn Bertha Lee lvie Margie Sandridge limmie Davidson Billy Smith Blake Yager Norma Thurston Deanie Archer Penta lo Price Bay lenkins Tommy Tribhle Elsie Roach TXWECO STAFF Editor ,......,,,.... ,, ,....., ,.,,,, ...,,... -BGB WILLINGI-IAM Business Manaqer ,..... .,,,,.........,., S ARGENT I-IILL Senior Editor .,,........... .,,,A,.,,., B ILLIE BOB I-IART Iunior Editor .,i.......r.., ....,..,, D EANIE ARCI-IEE Sophomore Editor i,..,.... ir.i,r,.. . . ..,r IOHNNIE ELIA Freshman Editor ,...,.,i ....-.,,...., D ABRELL ANGEL Photographers .,....i i,..i.,r,..,..,rr L i..,,... . DON OGLE Snapshots. ..,r,..,.......r,....,,,rr....., L Organization Editors Sports Editor ,,,ir,r,.r..,,orrr ,.., -. CLAUDE WAKEFIELD ,,,----,.DORRISt RENERO WINNIE ADDINGTON PEGGY GALLAGI-IEE GLENNA HARWELL BERTI-IA LEE IVIE Page ff?-E ff I f I M ff' , ,4 vi x 1 ' ' , -I-' , 1 ,,"7" --x, ff fi f I 'A fx! 1- "xg A X 1 f 'iff " 1' yu, 4, ,f W, Wi V I. H? if ll ! V ff" ,rf 4 ' jf . .il f ,Yi A fffil' X ,Y if f " ,Vw f 1 if f,,aT"! 5' .A iff!" J 7 1 K j M VW Wf j,v 2,1 ,I ,f!:,Jf. V? , .ti f ,,,tg,frHE SRAM 1,33 X4 K M776 lf fl i A eyaiffl f V' X J, A I I! Ijijlhy' ,1 M fd 1' , I ff f Member ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS Editor ,................,.... ,......,,.SSS N QEMA THURSTON Society Editor ..o.,... ...to MARTHA COCKROFT Sports Editor oo,oooo.. ooo, , . o,...... , ,,,............ BILLIE HENSON Feotture Editor ,,,,i.i,.,i,,oi..ii.i,i...........,,,. BILLY BECOME ' aj Reporters ,,iii.i t ..,,...ioio,.,i TED AUSTIN, DICK STRAHAN ,Af """'iAo"'K PAYNE, 1,0 S vioic - A MARK KoRLEt7tCH' 5 Faculty' Sponsor .,,. .W ,,., ....,.......,,.i.ii S AM BRASWELL . ,, ,, ,..L ., .. , L A P, f , -,:: RT35? iii iiQggLf ' A3324 su sgshi is L g i ,L wwf Q5 --:pf L ste-r, Cockrofi, Austin, Archer, arker, Brown, Childs, lf, l W! 0775 Ego , Thunston Tribble, Willingham 4' v it Lwjwlywlfvlf if ,M fvfwt fffltflil if WWMWVQ QW '3 1? 3' I sim! 3 Ag Q -iv xi AW,fSQji p4,9 PRESS CLUB ff Viv!! if The purpose ot the Press Club is to unite the staffs of the 1 two Student publications, the TXWECO ancl the RAMBLER, and j all students interested in journalistic Writing. President .........,,...........- ....,...,l.. I URINE LASETER Vice President. ....lw..,l..v..........,,. MARTHA COCKROPT Secretary'-Treasurer .,....... s..,.......,..,...... T ED AU Reporter .................,.,....,.. ......, , PAT TOWNSEND Page ge 97 A g , A FIRST ROW: Bryant, Harriss, B. Brown, M. Brown, Cobb SECOND ROW: Hcmkins, Horne, Horner, Tucker, Walker NOT SHOWN: Sutherland, Bios, Lowe BUENOS VECINOS Buenos Vecinos was organized by students from the ad- vanced Spanish classes for the purpose of increasing interest in the Spanish language and in Spanish-speaking countries. President .................... .. ....o DOROTHY SOUTHEBLAND Vice President .,,,.i...O,.i,.,,..i,.......i.i.,.,,.. GEBBY BRYANT Secretary-Treasurer ..i.,.,..,,i.,i...i.i..... THEODORE BIOS Beportern- .,.i..,,..i, .,.,,..,...,.,ii...... IOYCE HABRISS Sponsor ,i,... T, ...i... KMISS IUANITA COWAN 1 gy ROW: Mitchell, Hoclqes, Aqee, Aiken, A tin, Barker, Dill . COND ROW: Fentress, Garrett, Grcxmmer, l-lg7Hopkir1s, Hull, Icxrrell, Korolmch A THIRD R W: Lemon, oclc, nn, o er s, We, , -RC , ee NOT SHSWN: reui Lewylyvqlif b t QQ, Y Wjikjff 0 I it ' , 04 I X' D 0 'QQ X xl ,bl K lf gill A QL lp ,,frfr?9 gr ' 7 ,D m -fe X , f K H ,E ' A , tw sf Wg we ,f , eiflfs Cross 1 bers Art Club fun ions so that ose students Q intereste ay ' cre their lffnjnwledqe of history, tech- Q x 61 X' O 3 N bv!! i s e, cl app its purposglofpfii-inte CI better tel- QJ t- G 6 in h'p between TWC stud 'ts and those interested in ort L 3.- 5 e p ?Qctivity in' ort Worth ort lite and stimulation for Of L crecz rk. '.4 XK President ..,.,..,,...........,,s .,.,..,, C I-IARLES C. MITCHELL tj, Vice President. ,..........,... ....ii...... I IMMY C. HODGES Q Secretary-Treasurer ,,......, ......,.,... . LIRL TREUTER Sponsor ,..,.,,......,...,..,....,.. ....,,,, . KELLY FEARING Page qe 99 i 'sk' ,I Q.. :WWW ..,. ?' W l 1 l A f53.tllll!?ff5 5'-ll'f5f5i M 4 ' I ' ' ' " 1 .. 1 i f i t 1,,..:I: M ' as-:::.: . .- 4. . ff .:.,.,, .. , ve: I, -- lp r' 1 ' i e T:,:jf':::fg. . 5 .ifiz-Eizifssa. . .'.,'. ffflfafh. 1- -2:-e11.:' m ?:-- QX tsfw STUDENT COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Student Council of Religious Activities is a student-Wide or- ganization, composed of two representatives from each religious campus organization and presidents oi each class. The council has two chief purposes-to correlate activities and to sponsor campus-wide religious organizations. President ................ ................,, . BURR MORRIS Vice President ...... . i..... MARGIE SANDRIDGE Secretary .,.,.... ,,..iii,i.,,ii,i,i, B ETTY RICE REPRESENTATIVES STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION: Mary Ruth Blanton, Charles McDer- mott: QUESTERS: Margie Sandridge, Geneva Knox: STUDENT MINISTERIAI. ASSOCIATION: Burr Morris, Iames Griffin, BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: Betty Rice, Audrey Whitmirey METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT: Reubelou Cald- well, lames Campbell, CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR: Charlie Morris, Betty Lou Nicholson: STUDENT COUNCIL: Blake Yager, Ioe Beck, Carmon Stiles, Neil Laminack, Ed Moody. I .K ,fyjsi iff 4 E 5 f i i 4 l 1 i i 4 l l I 5,5 - up fu in un, I ss, FIRST ROVv': Robins, I. Campbell, Odom, Tribble, Hensley, Baker, Smith, Payne ,fr ,- SECOND ROW: B. Morris, Griffin, Kluck, Barnes, Beckett, R. Campbell, Carlson, Cherry K, THIRD ROW: Daniels, Edmondson, Ellis, Feemsier, Holden, I. Iohrison, L. Iohnson, R. Iohnson, Lowe FOURTH ROW: McAfee, McWilliams, Moore, C. Morris, Patison, Reynolds, Standridqe, Swain, Wieting NOT SHOWN: Atchley, Henderson, Henson, Iaconelli, Ioaquin, Kifer, Lacy, Martin, Melton, Thomas, 'vVhittle, cd ' 'R Qwffi, ,zz , Y STUDENT MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION if X 1 M, W yi., ML ,,r',-d"Jl'Mff' IW A if-iff!! I ffm' 'Q -i' ,U ' I , 'Adu . ff, U, tr 'ffIIThe Student Ministerial Association is composed of those if-f 'r4" """ I' V' men on the campus who are in the ministry or are in training M' ,egg - -jg' M for it. Its purposes are to provide information and guidance con- . ,lf .gy nw' ' .,,. Q I cernina pastoral duties and to provide inspiration and expres- sion for those who feel definitely called to the ministry of the church. President i...o......,... ..... . .i ooo.,o .PAUL BOBINS Vice Presidents ...... , ..o.,.,. IAMES CAMPBELL I-'ABRELL ODOM TOMMY TBIBBLE BILLY I-IENSLEY Secretary o,o,... .....oo r I. W. BAKER Reporter o,,, ,o.,i, .LAMAR SMITH Treasurer .oo..........,..,r......... . ..... .IACK PAYNE SCBA Representatives. .... ..o,.,,i,. B UBB MORRIS IAMES GRIFFIN V -. Wray Page 1 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The Student Christian Association is the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. memberships combined. Any student is eligible to belonq to the organization. Each year this club sponsors the l-lalloW'een Carnival and collects contributions for the World Student Service Fund. President ....... .......... ...A . .LLBETTY RICE Vice President.-- ...... .......... . ....... -L W. BAKER Secretary-Treasury ..,. .... l..-l...,,,. . . .......... C ARL SWAIN Publicity ...,.............. .........l.. . MARGIE SANDRIDGE Financial Secretary. .... .....,..., L ,..,..r,. . .... . ICI-INNIE ELIA SCRA Representatives CHARLES MCDERMOTT MARY RUTH BLANTCN METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT All oi the Methodist students on the campus belona to this movement. President ..i,,..l...... ...,....... EARRELL CDOM Vice President .... ....... ....... . F RANCES OWENS Secretary ...,r,,.......,,.., i...... ,LL ...,. LILA PAY GOINES Treasurer .........,...,........ .. .................cr,... GERRY BRYANT World Service Chairman ...i..... BERTI-IA LEE lVlE Publicity Chairman. r.,,......,,,r.,...r,.,-,, ,BILLY HENSLEY Worship Chairman. ............... . .... .ERlN I-IENSARLING Recreation Chairman. ..............r.,,.,...rr GENEVA KNOX SCRA Representatives ......., i REUBELCU CALDWELL IAMES CAMPBELL Sponsor ............ ........... ..... MMRS. E. M. BOWMAN age 101 is BAPTIST STUDENT UNION All oi the Baptist students are members oi the B. S. U. President. A....,... . ..s.,.. ..AA..A ,......,.......... . . ........ . IOHNIE ELIA Vice Presidents .. r.,,r. ,rr. . ,,... M ARGIE SANDRIDGE WILLIAM MCCLUNG BETTY RICE Secretary IIr.,r......,,I.. . .....I... BRYANT TOLBERT Treasurer ,I,.,I,I,I,,,,,., .,,. - .,I...I .BETTY RANSOM Publicity Chairman. ....... ......, . MARY NELL COBB Sunday Sclfiool Representative ..r,r ,,r..,.r A UDREY WHITMIRE Training Union Representative .,r,rrr,,r,..r..r.r,rrr.r.r .ANN HAMILTON Music Representatives, ,rr.r....r.............. .HAROLD BASS RAYMOND UNDERWOOD Sponsor ..,.,II..r,I..r.rrr..,rr.ir.,.r..r,....,......... ----O. D. BOUNDS CAMPUS CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CCE unites in fellowship all students not loelonainq to the Baptist or Methodist organizations. President I r...r.. r............. . .................. .LEONARD CAIN Vice President. ............. .. ...... , r............ MARCIA THELIN Secretary ......-,.. , ,..,.. ,, .,rr.,,.,,,r,,..... .ROSALIE CHAPMAN SCRA Representatives .... . BETTY LOU NICHOLSON CHARLIE MORRIS Page I0 age 103 lgiis awww gil' WI? FIRST ROW: Moore, I-lensarlinq, Richards, V. Knox, Hardison, G. Knox, Scmdridqe, Anderson SECOND ROW: Belcher, Bellah, Blanton, Campbell, Collier, Doak, George, lvie, Weeks THIRD ROW: Laminack, Netherton, Shutt, Rogers, Tims, Swank, Weaver, Williams, Willingham NOT SHOWN: Rios, Bass, Barnett, Cason QUESTERS The Ouesters is an organization of those students who have dedicated themselves to lives oi service and those who are seeking to find their place ot service in the church. Miss Ernal Smith is the sponsor. I President ....c,..,c,c,c,.. , .,.... THEODORE RIOS Vice President cc,c.,.. ,..c,.,...... , MAXINE MOORE Secretary ccccccc.. clcc,.c,.l,,.,,c ,ERIN I-IENSARLING Treasurer ,.r..... ......... L ILLIE MAE RICHARDS Publicity ...r......i . ..i. . ,.ici.. VERNA DEEN KNOX Sona Leader .ii.,i,..l....,.,i, i.,.....,......c.i l-I AROLD BASS Pianist t...,. c. ...,......,c,,.ii......,... .. ......, FRANCES I-IARDISON SCRA Representatives rri,,,,,,i,.,r..,,,,ii GENEVA KNOX MARGIE SANDRIDGE ORCHESTRA The Work of the Texas Wesleyan Orchestra is so popular that visiting musicians of the city participate in the concerts. Two formal recitals are presented each year, one in the Winter and one in the sprinq. Faculty members participate as soloists in the Winter concert, and students in the sprinq. Mr. Marius Thor is conductor of the orchestra. Page 10 age 105 TEXAS WESLEYAN BAND The Texas Wesleyan Band has added much spirit to the activities of the student body. lt is directed by Perry Sanditer, and his assistant is Marjorie Williams. They have played several engagements, at the basketball games and many concerts on the campus. Penta lo Price is Drum-major, and the Majorettes are lohnnie Elia, Billie Williams, and Mary McLeod. l it e : E' M J-'fi lp' ,nf 'gc' ML of JILL' ' 'A VM .Nl -In ' ' its 'A4A EJ WW747 ""g ig, mi i ' ts? Q 5 'I i mr gi 3 ll gl 2-if tw E .... ,. .,.. ..,. bi th ? 5 A . xl. '-: -:.. 1 M 2 4, ,,,' . W tw' Q - M FIRST ROW: Tracy, Mclradyen, Wilson, Ormon, Armstrong, Beck, Bills SECOND ROW: Brown, Cook, Culps, Dillard, Gallagher, Harkrider, Harmon, Hector THIRD ROW: Horner, Leach, McWhorter, Michael, Morton, Outlaw, Overton, Owens FOURTH ROW: Rice, Robins, Scroqgins, E. Slaton, R. Slaton, Stiles, Thelin, Watkins NOT SHOWN: Ashley, Cooper, Gauss, Rainbolt, Smith BETA EPSILON Beta Epsilon strives to increase interest in the business ad- ministration division, to encourage higher standards oi efficiency, develop personality traits requisite to success in the business world, and achieve better understanding between businessmen and commercial students. Presidents .....,........ .,...i. , MARY LINN TRACY Vice President, ...........,. ,.,,., , MARILYN MCFADYEN Secretary-Treasurer ....... ............ M ARY WILSON Reporter ..,,.i ,, ,,..,,..,..,, ,,ii.i D OROTHY ORMAN Page 10 kett, Billmon VETERANS ASSOCIATION The Veterans Association is to promote fellowship and better E understanding between the veterans and other students of TWC and to facilitate the presentation of veterans' problems to officers of the TWC faculty. The mascot Ram, "Willie ll," was presented to the student body by the veterans. Elmer Addington B. T. Alford Alan Armstrong glee Beck' "T QQG lames Bell Paul Billman Curtis Blair foe Bloesch Neil Brown Guy Buell Robert Butcher Iames Campbell William Caraway Ioseph Carmichael 107 President, lst semester ,.,...... NUGENT R. PLUNKETT President, 2nd semester ,r,.,r,ir,r,r,r.,.r., .PAUL BILLMAN Vice President ..,.,r,, - ,.....,....,.,..... IERRY T. SCROGGINS Secretary-Treasurer ..rr.,,,,r rri,,r,ir,rr,.,,r , -LIRL TREUTER Chairmen ,..,rrr.,...,rv..r...,rr ...,..... . J. BOND lOl-INSON CDELL HARRISON GUSSIE WEBER Sponsor rr.r,,.., H... . ......,,,r O . D. BOUNDS Advisor .,........ .,....,..., E . M. BOWMAN Kenneth Cooper Iohn Darnell Thomas Day Tack Dodd T. I. Dodson Bobby Doyle Iohn Earle Guy Paulk Ira Poster Bruce Gipson Preston Grissom O. E. Green Walter Graves T David I-larkrider Ray Ienkins Milton Luker Roy Martin Harold Meadows lames Melear Ed Moody Toseph Morton W. C. McQueen Richard Netherland Perry Noblett Tackie Oliver Wallace Patton Hosea Preslar Buck Rabun Sam Renshaw W. T. Reynolds Theodore Rios Hollis Robinson Iohn Ross Glenn Schmill Carmon Stiles Ioe Stockton Aubrey Stokes Martin Vasquez Claude Wakefield Virgil Whitehurst Iimmie Wright Blake Yager fu 'Dj 14094 ,Jil rf' L if THESPIAN CLUB President . ...... ....... DOROTHY SUE ROWE Vice Presidents ,..,.,,,,.-- ,Q Me,ee,e,----Aei SARGENT I-IILL Secretary'-Treasurer .,,. ,, ,,e,,, VIRGINIA PQWELL Repcvrter .....e..Ae,......e,.. ..ee.,... , DEANIE ARCHER Staqe Mcmcrqers, .... ,..... B OB WILLINGHAM CARMON STILES Spenser Ae..... ,,...., M ISS CYRENE BELL Thespian Club is a dramatic organization open to all in- terested students. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in dramatics. The fall major production Was "Chicken Every Sunday" and the sprinq major production was "Guest in the I-louse." FIRST ROW: Rowe, Hill, Powell, Archer, Willingham, Stiles, Angel, Barnes SECOND ROW: Bearden, Broome, Burlingame, Bush, Childs, Cockroit, Dill THIRD ROW: Feernster, Garner, Green, Gunn, Hailey, Hall, Hart, Hensley FOURTH ROW: Hudgens, Ienkins, Iennings, F. Iohnson, I. Johnson, Lake, Laseter, Lovelace FIFTH ROW: McAfee, McDermott, Netherton, Pearson, Pompe, Reed, Renfro, Roach SIXTH ROW: Ross, Russell, Sherrill, Smith, Thurston, Tucker, Walker, Weaver, Wilson NOT SHOWN: Barnett, Bizzell, Fuller, McLaughlin, Smith, Toti, White, York I Page IO A ,, x iff ' fQk3wW's,iQ'H', s W an -11-gsm , Sw M 54 McWhorter, Tyson, Hailey, Rice, Renfro, Mclzadyen KOROSOPHIAN LITERARY SOCIETY President . ........... a ....... GLORIA McWl-IORTER Vice President. .,..W .,.i I CUCAROLINE TYSON Secretaries e....... ..... MARGARET I-IAILEY DOROTHY RICE Treasurer .,.i.....A,..,,. DORRIS RENFRO Reporter ....... vr.r,,r. M ARILYN MCFADYEN The aim oi the liorosophian Literary Society is to develop literary appreciation and ability, knowledge of parliamentary usages and social adjustment. Koro also strives to promote last- ing friendships among its members and others. FIRST ROVV: Armstrong, Cannon, Childs, Coates, Cockroft SECOND ROW: Culps, Findley, Gallagher, Godfrey, Gordon THIRD ROW: I-lensarling, Hopkins, Horne, Hotopp, Hudqens FOURTH ROW: Ienkins, Iohnson, Iones, Latshaw, Hargis FIFTH ROW: Miller, Ormon, Overton, Price, Thelin, Ross SIXTH ROW: Tracy, Walker, Ianice Williams, limmie Williams, Williams NOT SHOWN: Barnsby, Dickson, Treuter M. Williams, R. Page ll Dczqe 111 Owens, Doak, Caldwell, Davis, Nicholson, I-Iankins SUSAN M. KEY LITERARY SOCIETY President .,.......... ...... . . .......... HELEN OWENS Vice President. ...... ..,..,.,.,,. ,........, , , STELLA DOAK Secretaries i..r... ..,.... . REUBELOU CALDWELL NADELINE DAVIS Treasurer ..,....,. T, ,,,- BETTY LOU NICHOLSON Reporter .....,.. . ......... EDNA LOU HANKINS The object of the Susa.n4.lVI. K,eyNLiterary Society, oldest lit- erary society on the campus, shall be the tour-told development of each member, socially, physically, mentally, anol spiritually, into a full-rounclecl womanhoocl, to equip each member so that she may better serve her generation. FIRST ROW: Allen, Ausmus, C. Caldwell, Cobb, Cole, Daniels SECOND ROW: M. Davis, Elia, Faulk, George, Gunn, Hector THIRD ROW: Howard, Ivie, Ivy, Kimbro, G. Knox, V. Knox, Lake FOURTH ROW: Langford, Lisby, Malone, Needham, Outlaw, Pearson, Petterson FIFTH ROW: Prinzinq, Reeves, Roach, Rhea, Sarratt, Schneider, Sharpless SIXTH ROW: Sherrill, Slawson, A. Smith, Weaver, Whitmire, Williams, Wilson NOT SHOWN: Goines, Powell, Pryor, Vick X., I LX, V Page 1 1 Ie 113 D ," J F1vpy,y,4Li'?g V Al, I. , L,,u .ff - I-VME5, ,Leg ,., f 'ii ' ' A an , ,.: V 1: . ,, ,, ,M .. , ., - - ,A . 1 W ' .. . new MK 5 ififli :Legg ..., , 'XR - Tm' , af' -, , s fffs Q ...,,.. 5 3555 l ' if 1 1 -:ss l , X5 2 kr, .T , 1 - - "T, M' A K As-QV: Gifs. . - rl' ' A :Etif , V , - - Ji. ii e , -we N - l I ' - f - if lla PQ W , 'V 1 4 i ' .. :Tr i m ik, r f 1 ff- MX it 3 i iff ge , i i ,Q an Tv- f K 7 5: . - A 1 , . Y . fl , V . .. .. -, . Y i ,,,, , 1-,:,:.:,:g,g: 4 I 3 -', . Y x V . "" . ..s:'g: ,Q .,s:'a:::s:sgi-.: 3,14-gifs: Q44 , ..... ...... . . .,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.. Q .... W 5" 4 7- X A Mx 5 , ..,., ....... , .um . 2 - , ' 4'-wr ,yu W , M W , t , W A, :' , fs . . Q i , f fr , .,,... ,- W 2 a s Mu, ..:3q,.,1 M 'fff11"lift'- 5 - ft' .z. if A - FIRST ROW: Culps, Elia, Rice, McWhorier, Tracy, Arsmtrong, Bellah, Bryant, C. Caldwell SECOND ROW: Cobb, Daniels, Dickson, Ferris, Foster, Hankins, Hector, Henry, lohnston THIRD ROW: Iones, Latshaw, Malone, Massey, Netherton, Nicholson, Outlaw, Pacheco, Parker, Pearson FOURTH ROW: Phillips, Price, Rhea, Robins, Shannon, Shutt, Tyson, Vaenesian, Wallace, Williams NOT SHOWN: Mercer, Turney, Vick, Yoes -ff fl- ff , ,! TAU GAMMA CHI Tau Gamma Chi is the town girls association, and bi- monthly luncheons are held in the club room. The Club strives to promote qreater friendship amonq town students on the campus. President ,,,i.,....... ,, ..,,i. ANNA RUTH CULPS Vice President ,...... ..............s,. l OHNNIE El-IA Secretary ,,,,------ ......-,,,.,, - --.DOROTHY RICE Treasurer rV4,----,------, ,-,---,,,, G LORIA MCWHORTER Social Chairman ..... .............,... c MARY LYNN TRACY Sponsor r,,, H --,-,--,,,N,, ,..,,. , MRS. lOSEPl-llNE CONNEU.. Page 1 qe 115 9 . , 1, Phillips, Hart, McNeely, Parham, Fortenberry, Patton, Yacjer Q 4 NOT SHOWN: Renshaw, Harrison, Nichols, Truiit, Weber T. W. CLUB The T. W. Club provides a varied proqram during the year The club consists ot these men Who have lettered in football basketball, and track. XSL, President --.i,,,,.,...,..... ....,.,., G UINN PHILLIPS Vice President .,..r.... -.,,,t,.........,.r..,.. D AN HART Secretary ,,,,.r,,i,,..r. ........... C l..ll:'TON MCNEELY Treasurer .r,.....,ri,..... ..,...,... S AM RENSHAW Sarqeant-at-Arms ool.... .......... E . F. PARI-IAM WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Woman's Athletic Association selects each year its best all-around member. The Winner must not only be a leader in physical education activities, but also of high scholastic rank, and active in other student organizations on the campus. To Elsie Roach qoes that honor this year. W. A. A. strives to develop in its members the rules ot health, mental and physical, and qood sportsmanship. Intramurals are sponsored in several sports. President ..,,.......... ....,.,.,.il, B ERTI-IA LEE IVIE Vice President .....,.. ......,.. P EGGY GALLAGHER Secretaries .........,. .,...... V ERNA DEENE KNOX GENEVA KNOX Treasurer ........,....,,. ....... C I'IRIS'I'INE DAVIS Reporter ,i.,.,....,..,,.. I ,... ......,.......... D ORRIS RENERO Scrap Book Editor ,.......... . .... ................,.,, . ELSIE ROACI-I Sponsor .............,...,..,............. MISS MARGARET BRAY Paqe 11 aqe 117 ,922 5' FIRST ROW: Roach, Renfro, Davis, G. Knox, V. Knox, Gallagher, lvie SECOND ROW: Lake, Henson, Hensarlinq, Gunn, Elliott, Daniels, Ausmus THIRD ROW: Walker, Turney, Schneider, Sarratt, Rowe, Rainbolt, Pearson, Needham NOT SHOWN: Lovelace, Ross, Vick fu 'X .f FIRST ROW: Thurston, Laseter, Archer, Lynn, Addington, Arnold SECOND ROW: Findley, Gunn, Howell, Latshaw, Lovelace, Majors I THIRD ROW: Morris, Poole, Puckett, Reid, Simmons, Turney NOT SHOWN: Townsend, Clark AUTISS The name Autiss means, "Always Uphold True ldeal School Spirit." The club strives to promote friendship and fellowship on the campus, holding various social functions during the year for its members, pledges, and the faculty. Altoco is the Autiss brother club. President ,l,......., .cl ,,,,.... NORMA Tl-IURSTON Vice Presidentm, .... ,...,..... . PAT TOWNSEND Secretary ,......,,,, ...,..,. I URINE LASETER Treasurer ....., ,..... . DEANIE ARCHER Reporter ,,,.,.... .,l,..,.......,,... . MARY LYNN Sponsor .,l.,.,... l,,,,.r M lSS CYRENE BELL Page ll aqe 119 Hart, McNeely, Bell, I. Dornm, Fortenberry, Hardqroves, Kelly, Parham, Patton, Yager NOT SHOWN: Weber, Williams, B. Domm, Harrison, Nichols, Renshaw, Stewart, A. Truitt, B. Truitt, Toti, York ALTOCO Primarily a social organization which is limited to twenty- tive memloers, Altoco sponsors many social activities with Autiss, its sister club. The object oi Altoco is to Work with the faculty and student loody in promoting qood will and cooperation on the campus. President ...... ,.., , , l... l,,.......,...,.l,,, D AN I-IAET Vice President r.., .l,,..l..,.,,.ll ,GUSSIE WEBER Treasurer l........... .. .... .,.l...,. CLIFTON McNEELY Secretary-Reporter ,....,.. ..ll, L ROBERT WILLIAMS Sponsor .,,.,,................. l..,,..,.l......,. G . W. FISHER KU 'QQ' shew FIRST ROW: Harwell, Herisarling, Hull, Knox, Childs, Davis, Elliott, Fuller SECOND ROW: Gallagher, Hailey, Howard, Iarrell, lohnston, Massey, Ormon, Powell THIRD ROW: Reniro, Roach, Ross, Rowe, Schneider, Ianice Williams, Iimmie Williams, Robbie Williams NOT SHOWN: Haesly DEKA Deka's purpose is to provide Wholesome social life for its members and friends and to develop leadership, poise, and social graces. l-ler symbol is in the form oi a triangle: her colors black and silver, signifying dignity. President .............. ...... G LENNA HARWELL Vice President ...... ........ E RIN l-IENSARLING Secretary .....,.... ...................... l-l ELLEN HULL Treasurer ..,.. ....,... . -VERNA DEENE KNOX Sponsor ,,.,l, ,....,e M RS. FRANCES YATES Page l age 121 FIRST ROW: Goode, Michael, Ienkins, Lewis, Agee, Austin, Billmon SECOND ROW: Broome, Caraway, Cooley, Davidson, Dodd, Dodson, Graves Hendricks THIRD ROW: Higgins, Moody, McDaniel, Phillips, Roberts, L. Smith, Webb NOT SHOWN: Oliver, Wakefield, C. Blair, D. Blair, Butcher, Lowe, Sims, B. Smith, Stockton THE SONS OF SAKKARA Sakkara is the oldest men's organization on the campus. Its symbol, the Pyramid, signifies permanence, cooperation, and steadfastness. The colors are black and gold and Deka is their sister club. Grand Suten sss.,s.s ,........., I OI-IN GOODE Viceroy Suten, .,,,.r.. ........ I ACKIE OLIVER Scribe ,,,,,..,.,,....... .... - --.DAVID MICHAEL Bursar ..,....,....... .. .,... ......... - ......, R AY IENKINS Pledge Captain. ..... r .....,. I-- ,.......,...., ,LEON LEWIS Photographer ......, ,....,. . CLAUDE WAKEFIELD Sponsor ........... ......r........r. W . W. WARD V ii.. , Liii HW' ii ii , W l Zi 46... 5 tZt'Il5Z a-my fi FIRST ROW: Hart, Culps, Freeman, Sherrill, Cockroft, Elia, Price, Bizzell SECOND ROVV: Darby, Godfrey, Gordon, Gunn, Henry, Hoiopp, Ienkins, Ienninqs THIRD ROW: F. Iohnson, I. Iohnson, Lake, McWhorter, I. Powell, Ross, Tyson, Wilson ENTRE AMIS One of the youngest and fastest growing organizations on the campus, Entre Amis was formed in 1943 when the need of a new social club arose. The oloject of the club is to promote social activities on the campus and to serve the community and country. The name means "Between Friends" and the colors are red and turquoise. v President .,.....s....,.... Vice President .s..... ., Secretary ......s... ...... Treasurer ......,...........,....... ......, -- Reporter ..,,... - ...,c...... , ,........i... Pledge Captain ......c.. Historian .e....s......,.... .,.............,... Sponsor ..,.,.... ------------BILLIE BOB HART ------,ANNA RUTH CULPS ----------.BECKY FREEMAN SHERRY SHERRILL --.MARTHA COCKROFT ------------------IOHNNIE ELIA PENTA IO PRICE MRS. ERNESTINE KERR Page 12 ,six ' "Q: ttfssvv' I We . ' . is , H, ' I " -it 1' ,I u II,'2i2E2:- ' - Esisfsitf ,I .. , vt- , " V I f, ':f:f..:s,:: ss, 5 2' - 'sae-::::5, u s' -gfg-:gt 3, i :ff ' :':5 ff5'IiE. 'tl 'fiif , 117 fi 113: sms 3 'a Q - 12' ..,'-tits , ' . 1: ffff" W- """ -::-:-:-- 4 1 s T l -X 1, 2' f' r it ' A? J AH' f " . 1 I , S Q :n,.:' 13? -V' " ' C ,t iff ? " iii' ::. Q? ff W" fit' A, Ng. f.," I pf. I :zn 1. ju -'---,-, .-.-, U ,. ,f s, -e M:-fffiztvfrh ,:t't,i.li,Wf'.11V ff- X 6 5 4 v M, .A., , ....:.:.: M .:.:.:.:.:.: . it ,h,L M .V ,W ,,,, ,nm ..5 ......,.......:::.:.:, t ,, ..,., M , ,,t,,vt,:f-1- ,lx , f,.,. ,X ,g :-:rt , "fr K ww - sffygy gigi fm r I ' M2 t 'et FN M ext - T .J 5 .til-:lei-F? ,hy 'Q . 5 t 5 X , vw I s ,512 'sr , im is ,Ss , .. ,.,, its ,f 2 W, ff ,I I As im I 5 R f ' Q kv f .5 SI W ff FIRST ROW: Ienkins, Goode, Graves, Willingham, Anderson, Angel, Austin, Cooley SECOND ROW: Dodd, Hall, Harmon, Hendricks, Hensley, Higgins, Laminack, McAfee 7 THIRD ROW: McDaniel, Miller, B. Morris, C. Morris, O'Bc1nnon, Odom, Payne, Roberts vfAj,s..ffrI- FOURTH ROW: B. Smith, L. Smith, Snider, Stiles, Swain, Tribble, Windham -., , V - MD,-D I , NOT SHOWN: Oliver, Iohnson, Wakefield -i, ha, v'--"' 063, " ' -f I'-"'9"d'V f, K L ,lu-elf' If I ,,! I, . I Ji ' 1, ,- ,f ,-gj f ' r .Yr-. .ws , fy -...f - ,vi I Y , , f 1: sin g ,.-f w - Y , X Q Q! I r 7,-fl lt! v KJ X New ,'.- J .f nn ,,f3y,+-'r""' I1 tl!! lr' ' 1 J t I "I ! M ,f .I , f I ,H 1 u 17, 1 W f J, f' ' il!! Y age 123 1LLo'rUs DUODECIM One of the most popular organizations on the campus, lllotus Duodecim was organized to promote brotherhood and friendship on the campus, with a spirit of cooperation. Its purpose is ex- pressed in the club motto, "I am my brother's keeper." Better known as "Dirty Dozen," it is a brother club to Entre Amis. Presi-dirt .....,r,..... - ..,.. ---f---.-.RAY IENKINS Vice Presi-dirt. ,t..r,,,.,.,,.... t.,,,...,..... I Ol-IN GOODE Keeper of the Sands ...... .,.. D ONALD GRAVES Keeper of the Flames ,.,.,, ......,.. , ..-WIACK OLIVER Mudshnger ..........r......... ..... .BOB WILLINGHAM Sponsor ......... , ...........,.., F. R. MATTHIS SOCIAL CLUB INITIATION Nectar of the gods -Dirty Dozen style. Ouch! ! I l Blue bottom tomor- row, I betcha. '-'-'f"f:: Q 'WHY -Q lfavev. Coming up in the World Cuh, Wash tub? Lamar? Altoco's hope for beauty honors. Sakkara pledge dance - but where are the pledges? Sakkara's pledges look mighty Woebe- gone. Sakkara's bad off- h a V i n g t O b e g money. Pledge captain, Iackie Oliver, im- presses DD pledges - with Plaster of Paris. Did those old Sak- kara boys scare you Ed? Page 1 . su SPUHT5 TEXAS CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 1946 - 1947 The Placing Rams of '46-'47 have had the most successful year in the history of Texas Wesleyan College. The Rams are conference champions. The entire first five made the Texas Conference All-Conference Squad. Clifton McNeely, ace scorer, led the nation with his scoring, with Easy Parham coming in fourth and Hardie Fortenberry coming in thirteenth. While they racked up the points, the team was winning an invitation to the first round game at the NAIB tournament at Kansas City. This club has stacked up more records than any 'previous Ram quintet. They were the first TWC team to win thirty games in one season. The Rams played to more fans in Fort Worth, on the road, and for all games than any previous season. They performed in more states and more large cities than any previous Ram Team. This was the first Ram cage club to defeat teams from seven states in one season. For the first time a TWC team has produced three of the Nation's fifteen top scorers in the field of basketball. Combining deadly accuracy with a dazzling passing attack the cham- pions showed class which cannot be matched in the Texas Conference or in many of the universities in Texas. Combining Mac's scoring ability, Parham's agility, Fortenberry's reliability, Nicksick's bustle and ball hawking, and Long lol'1n's general ability TWC has had a Winning combination. All the praise for the season should not be given to the first five. Doug Higgins, Wally Patton, Gussie Weber, Richard Cozad, and Clifford Hughes have all made a great contribution to the Ram's unequalled season. Each deserves a lot of credit. ' We also salute Coach Edwards because it was his leadership which made the season possible. For their splendid work and efforts, all the fellows and Coach deserve praise, congratulations for a job well done. "Fight 'em, Rams, fight 'em" - Paul, Peg, Don Their favorite pose- on the bench Starting out young to support the Rams- Sarge-nt's pride and joy W'hich is the Sweet- heart? Girls don't an- swer lack and Law-es- sential parts of the basketball games. Yeah, it's them but Ted seems to have grown and Easy to have shrunk limmy Lacas, who did a grand job as manager. Those famous boots filled with the even more famous RAMS. Page 12 BASKETBALL SWEETHEAHT 'age 129 CLIFTON MC NEELY Top Scorer of the Nation Co-cgptcxin-Scored 725 points for the season-Fon Word-deadly on the foul line gvergging better than seven per game-only 5' 10" but is sturdily built and is extremely tcrst-excellent drilobler-sidelined for three games with on injured wrist but ccune buck as strong cfs ever Without ever losing his lecrd gs the nc1tion's gce scorer-Army Air Corps vetergn-Phys icgl education major-Senior-engaged to Peg- Home, Greenwood. HARDIE FORTENBERRY Co-captain-13th man in the national scoring race -center standing 6' 3"-rouqh man under the bas- ket-Snared a loi of rebounds and played a strong defensive game-Physical education major-Marine and Naval Air Corps veteran-Physical education major-Senior-Engaged to Betty Rice-Hails from Greenwood. Page 13 Dage 131 TED NICKSICK Rated as the outstanding player in the Texas Con- ference-"Feeder" of the team-Terrific passer and ternpestuous ball theii-Smallest man on the squad, standing only 5' 8" tall-guard who really clings to his man-Known for his flawless defensive plays -Army veteran-Married to Berbie-Physical Edu- cation major-Iunior-Halls from Slovan, Pennsyl- vania. E. F. "EASY"' PARHAM Fourth Highest Scorer in the Nation-Teams with McNeely at the other forward post-Specializes in long one-hand push shots from any place on the court-6' 2" of graceful motion-Drives in terrifically for lay'-ups-Marine veteran-Physical Educalion major-Iunlor-pride of Burleson. ,Page 13 ge 133 GUINN "LONG-IOHN" PHILLIPS Best re-bound mon on the team-operates at his best under the basket-6' 3V2" quotrd cmd the tallest mom on the tecrm-grace cmd coordination in ecrch of his ZOO lbs. of bone cmd muscle-Army veterom- Physicctl Education rncrjor-Iunior-Greenwood, too. CLIFFORD HUGHES Very capable reserve guard-Fine defensive playing -joined squad late, but saw plenty of action-6' of Navy veteran-married to Mable and father of Ron- ald-physical education major-senior-pride of Ringgold. DOUGLAS HIGGINS Top Ram Scorer per minute for amount of time played-first of reserves to enter the game-excellent dribbler with plenty of fire-till-in for McNee1y dur- ing 1atter's recovery from Wrist injury-also outstand' ing golf player-physical education major-junior -only Fort Worth boy on the squad. Page E GUSSIE WEBER Saved Loyola game for Rams-Knovm for his effec- tive scoop shoi+Reserve forward with that husilinq spirit-6' 3" of smooth Working muscles-Army vet- eran-physical education major-Sophomore-niclo named "Gar1qli1'1q Gus" from Slidell. J' wk .r 4 ll D ll' ""- , .1 I 1 K7 ixfl ' ,f I fi, fi,-f' rf ' f T MJ W J E X CIQG WALLACE PATTON "Hooper"-one of those reserves who did a fine job relieving-Known for his smile on the court-DeS- lined io become a more valuable player sti11A6' 1" Army Air Corp Veteran-physical education major -Sophomore- 'Golddusin from Slidell. 135 RICHARD COZAD Last man to join squad-Spot played in last ten games-Lacks little other than Ram experience and his zeal makes up for a lot of that-6' 1" ot winning personality-physical education major-Freshmane- prefers blends-another "iurrir1er" who hails from Wapakoneta, Ohio. Page 13 age 137 ul' 'k ir 'McMurray College, Abilene ml' if Sl' mi' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 'Denotes Conference Game Sledge Auto, Dallas Dr. Pepper, Dallas Oklahoma A ci M Tulsa University West Texas State West Texas State Denver University Colorado State, Greely Regis College, Denver OPPONENT Colorado College, Colorado Springs Oklahoma City University Southeast Missouri Teachers Concordia Seminary, St. Louis Edmond, Oklahoma Sam Houston State Teachers Hardin College, Wichita Falls McMurry College, Abilene Sam Houston S. T. C., Huntsville Hardin Simmons, Abilene Oklahoma City University, Okla. Austin College, Sherman North Texas State, Denton Howard Payne, Brownwood Hardin College, Wichita Falls Abilene Christian, Abilene Southeast Mo. Teach., lnbo., Ark Southeast Mo. Teach., lnbo., Ark Abilene Christian, Abilene Southwestern, Georgetown Howard Payne, Brownwood Southwestern, Georgetown Loyola, Baltimore, Maryland Austin College Linfield, Oregon Beloit, Wisconsin City GIRLS SPORTS SOCCER AND FIELD HOCKEY Q' SOFTBALL AND ARCHERY I, .X GIRLS SPORTS 2 K, X U QW .V I - nfl, GIRLS SPORTS ' Tc, 1 M Wg W ,, - . , w - X um, 1 ,'-' f' -fm . . if w dffzywf f -I - , ,: ,.,. " ' Yr' L ......, f A ff. 3'm-z ffQ13i, ,i R f n + I X ' kim?-fi'XWf'f 2 W::1::,,,,s:2 W U f :fi ",... W 53 wg . , 'jjgjiflllgif 5+-ww v 1'-' 1' M vp-4i,,g::if,:t, J M . " A Www? :1 my K .,, 1 ........ : , Q,fl,,. ,I My S . .:-- S5 - -b::::E:EE.!:. W , X S- 2 QL if 925 fx , ,J , 5 f ' '4 , , w , f Jef , , .-.-' ' P---,:IEEI5EEEEEE?E:5 SX 55 Q, 'N ' 5 rf A .7 ,ff -ggggrmzwwgutf' .Q 'A ew.:--1 'HH sw ' If--,I-wa: - .4 .g:E, : Qf.1:LW', ,IH :.::::: ..., - ., Q, . .. ,V 1 ,V . ..... '- E 349 2 ,M . .,.,. R 1 gi E35 E Q Q 325251 54 .I MF 2 5 ,A g E Y, Y gs 1 ' ms Q I , . E 4' f 5 ms A ' I 3' x ,gg .... R :Q J, TENNIS ARCHERY AND SOCCER SN!-XPSHIJTS HOMECOMING Line forms to the left for that Horne- cominq barbecue. The dininq hall crew dishes it out to TWC's 500 quests. Her Majesty Erline Harwell reiqns over the 1946 Mory Fete. The royal enter- tainers -Glen Wil- coX's tumbling tecrrn. Page 1 The President speaks to 3 post Presidents- Bishop Booz, Dr. Culver, Dr. Stout, ond Rev. Pert- terson. W f Pile those pldtes hiqhl The fishpond-C1 de- liqhtiul spot for the younger generation. Proud pcxpols ond mcrmcrs, students ond exes, show off or future student body oi TW. ge 143 AND MAY PETE-1946 'CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY" lim Blachman lays the law down to Emily in one of the hilarious scenes of the play. The backstage crew Who did a marvel- ous job making the play possible. The eniire cast who did a grand job, un- der ihe direction oi Miss Bell. Page 1 .. lun. -. Beginning with that 9th one down the line, there's a defi- nite change. 2nd place Winner C2 meanings to this word? mounts the platform. T W C has some beautiful dolls-just examine this line. Doug and Hardy- showed off their posture at every basketball game. Oh, to have been one of the judges. lst, 2nd, and 3rd place Winners. Glenna and Iimmy, Martin and Mon- key, lack and Fran. These physiques certainly got the Whistles from the girls. How not to site-still, it looks like there's reason. POSTURE CONTEST HALLOW'EEN CARNIVAL pn.. "Come right in, folks. Floor show at the Dirt Spot's just beginning." Fish give out with the candy. "Put the Blame on Marne, Boys" - the Dirt Spot's torch singer. What are you sell- ing, Ginny-Ipana? Robbie takes a bath for the sake of Sak- kara. Little Carla Swain- the can-can girl with the, prettiest sgmleqs. 1,14 Re- :fb , . ,iz l - 4'-,. , V Kg, ' - ' -- - js - fuk' Q7 Altoco must have given Doug a tree one. Don't tell us Penta Io's found another boy friend. Iosephine - one ot D D's chief attrac- tions. The can-can girls and Marne sur- round Mr. Matthis- bet his blood pres- sure's up. Claudine - one of those naughty can- can girls. Page 146 is fs . .,, One of the most in- teresting booths- the veterans'. Queen Ieanne re- ceives her flowers. The queen, her at- tendants, Howard, and Carolyn-the Witch. Que bonitasl Wonder what they are looking atl Everybody loves a carnival. MH, LPLQ, F 'X you Theo entertains the guests of the Span- ish Club. Mexican dancers who delighted the guests at the ban- quet. Page 147 HALLOW'EEN CARNIVAL 'U A I X ,lid 'I Lai? tr MJ "I .J il "" 4 . I ' ' fl J u K -J, , J 3. 1, 1 f -1. vw" U , , X PEOPLE Has anybody seen Ann Morris? These two certainly add to the beauty of Ann Hall. ' We really shouldn't have let this gone in. Three of a kind. Only a man could inspire a smile like that. Clowns I D. O. headin' for the bus. lohn's a patron of the fine arts. Don't do Pat that way. Too bad every tree doesn't have some- thing like this. The Winner! I l ! Show us, too. Page A welcome visitor- "Teach" Wilcox, with two of her ar- dent admirers. Form your own con- clusions - we're afraid to. Don't you just love people who stare at the camera! The bees are buzzin'. Coolin' her feet for the Cotton Ball. We're not going to try to take her awa from you, George. 7' See by-line number AML Now if that isn't a choice picture of D A Alioco must have been deoperate for members. Must be reading up for English class. York and Toii, the pride of - well, somebody's proud of 'em. 149 AND MORE PEOPLE F RESHMEN L Y sr -Q, ,, z, V D-,Sew The green grass grows all around, but not on the steps. Aren't those old Sophs mean! What those Fish Went thru to kidnap the Sophsl They thot their mas- cots needed cr clean home. Freshmen-write your own by-line. Sophomores-do likewise. K i t c h e n X m a s party. Wcrvis gives out with a song. The life of the party - Mrs. Hooks and Mrs. Donaldson. The Fish feed the Soph prexy. T h e h o u s e th e Freshmen took over -got run out too. Don't feed the cmi- mais. The golden chariot or what the Fish ran after the Sophs in. DD pledges-aren't they purty? 'if' Y , M ,4 ,,,,,,, qPaqe 150 ay U I - I --- f w if ' u e. 1 Kms! ' 6 J Revenoor, dum his hide. Reckless mountain boys. Kickapoo joy,juice -fatal to man or dawg. Looks like ihey've had some of that good old mountain dew. Skunk Holler hoose- gow. Az1e's gift to the hawg pen. Depitties guardin' the hoosegow. Waitin' their turn at the dooley. Ain't no use fellers. She's been aprac- tizin' fer Weeks. Where's Marryin' Sam? age 151 SADIE HAWKINS DAY I FINE ARTS 'Q' X Q Open the door, Richard! You'1l belch 'er. "You Are My Sun- shine." "Twilight Time." Go ahead and smile. Beth, and her magic violin. Magic music. All dressed up and no place to go. Miss Linn of Alpha Chi. "Murder, Her Says" The Tenth Muse. It Max no differ- ence. Concentration. Hallelujah! Wlhere are your paint brushes Mitch? - The exodus. Friends of Iona standing. Watch out, bus driver! Baaz Hall's sister. Ray Gunn. Beth and her magic -tennis racket! Paqe 152 5' age "This is very mid- summer madness." "Oh, what men dare do!" "Office and affairs oi love." "It was a lover and his lass." "Sits the Wind in that corner?" "The time begin- ning of our end." "Love-ot tem- porary insanity cur- able by marriage." "li music be the food of love, play on." "The course of true love never did run smooth." "ls she not passing lair?" "Far starry limits cannot hold love out." "This is the very ec- stasy' of love." "The lunatic, the lover and the poet." "Love goes love, as sch rom 'gi f ' 1 'Loif rg smoke raised with the fume ot sighs." "Hanging and wiv- ing goes bv des- tiny." "lourneY's end in lovers' meetings." "Let not Woman's Weapons, Water- drops, stain my 1nan's cheeks." "Three's a crowd." 153 COUPLES GIRLS. 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HEMI-TEHS 8. 60.-General Agents GENERAL INSURANCE - ALL FORMS i STUDENT ACCIDENT INS.-PERSONAL EFFECTS Phone 2-1278 Suite 606-11 Dan Waggoner Bldg. RRY NEIGIIBIJRS DRUG STUHE LET'S BE NEIGHBORLY Phone 5-2173 3150 E. Rosedale Fort Worth The Family Store MOTT'S Five, Ten und Twenty-Five Cent Stores NO, 5040 Hemphill ..e,. .. ,.,.,.,. .9-2737 N0 5010 E. Rosedale ...... ......... 5 -5629 3204 Vaughn Blvd. PhOI16 5-3406 NO' 3923 Camp Bowie "" """'A' 7 -5708 Fort Worth, Texas No. 3128 E. Belknap -- ..-. --------3-2111 I I V ' N0 6110 Camp Bowie .... ......... 7 -6505 Page 1 LEWIS FURNITURE CO. R- Sucmvs for the Future "THE NORTH SIDE FURNITURE STORE" We've enioy d g y d g your college year CONVENIENT TERMS and we ' '+ Y + + hopping a+ Monnis' 2351-55 North Main Fort Worth, Texas Tel. 6-3771 .Z4lli0gl'a,9L1f Mnlzlllfgfis' For 57 Years 0I'Lgl"6l, fbi aft Olfld CLASS OF 47 from FORT WORTH'S LARGEST Servlhgf For! Worih C I ' DEPARTMENT STORE W . 0. Ga. 163 POLY FLOWER SHOP PHONE 5-2112-5-2113 3116 E. ROSEDALE Across from T. IV. C. Campus W. R. Laurence THE LYDICK ROOFING CO., Inc. OF FORT WORTH ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 50 Y ears in Texas Phone 3-2313 Fort Worth, Texas .fige Qaeen alofzal ea. Flowers for All Occasions 611 FIFTH AVENUE DIAL 2-2102 MRS. RALEY'S BAKERY Specializing in Wedding, Birthday, and Party Cakes. 1050 W. Magnila 2-4575 Bruce Barton Has Often Said: "I owe 11111013 of my s11ccc'ss fo the w1111alJl1' exjlericrzce gt7ll1l't'1 in selling FllllC'V B1'I1Slh"S Ilzzring 17131 sjmre time in College." FULLER BRUSH CO. 2336 Lipscomb St. Phone 9-6496 FORT WORTH 4, TEXAS C01zg1'1z1fz1lati01zs CLASS OF '47 Southwestern Biological Supply Co. DALLAS 8, TEXAS QUALITY PRODUCTS for QUALITY BUYERS Gold Chain Red Chain F L O U R F E E D S O Manzlfactzzred by UNIVERSAL MILLS Gaylord J. Stone, Pres. Fort Worth, Texas Hilhurn-Hix Printing Ilnmpany ADVERTISING PRINTERS E-1131 Formerly Beacon Printing Co. CHAS. HILBURN-JED RIX ' OFFICE FORMS ' COMMERCIAL PRINTING ' DIRECT MAIL ADV. 525 5. .Ienninqs Jgiil ,Q is ff! sf: 1, f-f .-:J :fQ7g3-M Q 'gl I nl-I ll A .1 'llllnlll LL 'Q' up-""14,J4 N25 l "1 i. !Hl1lll1.I1ll,L ..ILL.l-MN" A :hu EJ... V!iliQ5i1 'J' I1 ' . i l' lu In R roar WORTHS FRIENDLY +1o1fEI." soo MODERN ROOMS 31.50 10 113.00 Daily In the lleurt of Furl Worllz MAIN TO HOUSTON AT FOURTH ST. Page ,1 VENETIAN BLINDS STEEL sLATs NOW AVAILABLE Repairs and Refinishing SUUTHWESTEHN VENETIAN BLIND I'D1VI1J-'WY 512 South Main . ... JUHN 17. BROWN 6IXl0el't SAO? peLuifJel'5 an-J K00tWlaL2l' 3-4700 POLY GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP 3116-A E. Rosedale Fort Worth, Texas PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. Our New Service Store South Main at Vickery Blvd. Phone 3-2484 Free Parking TRIPLE XXX THIRST STHTIUN Now Serving Fine Food in TWO LOCATIONS Home-Cooked Fried Claickcn . . . Our O-zwz Make Ice Cream 801 N. Main 2901 W. Seventh Telephone 2-3837 Telephone 2-6717 Phone 3-3328 Harry Rubin AMERICAN AUTH S1-ILVAEE EU. 924 N. Henderson Rt. No. 11, Box 29 Fort Worth, Texas HUGHES CHEMICAL LHBUHHTUHIES Visit Our New Modern Plant at 1020 Currie St. F mhz rin g A Complete Line of Sanitation and Maintenance Supplies lVrifc' or Call for Literature ACME FLOOR COMPANY W. c. BUTCHER, Mgr. 30 years in Fort Worth-Sand and Finish Floors S ll d L L' l d As halt Tile-Have - e an ay mo eum an p power plants to make our electric power. 2019 Hemphill Street 4-3050 BESTS LAUNDRY 2-32S1- 1200 South Main Street - 2-3252 Bring and Save -Liberal Discount Crystal Clear Dry-Cleaning .xgufograffflff a 7VLuA4,,1, I ' 1' A 2 M .Mfl,..r - I . '- A' ' 3 I " J :EVM ij 7 .49 ' J we A ii .".V'l'-.2 " 1' p . 55, . J, , 1 ff-A G E, -vu J B J . mb. fs J. wi? See Your Nearby Retail Grocer For All Fine Foods DISTRIBUTED BY TYLER 86 SIMPSON CO. Wholesale Grocers ik' crqe 165 .,!4llt0g,l'a,9LJ Compliments of TI-IE ARMY STORE 12th anti"H0'ustun 2-7119 ' vl- GORDON BOSWELL Flowers 2-2265 1220 Pennsylvania RHEA ENGERT Compliments of WM. CAMERON LUMBER CO. "Over 73 Years in Fort Worth" 2415 West 7th Street 2-7271 WEST TEX!-IS PHUIJUHE BUMP!-INY 1201 JONES O Shipping Office 2-9279 Cash 6' Carry 3-7008 For a Good Beverage, Serve ' ' P O L Y P O P ' ' C 011zpli11ze1z1fs of CI-IILCOAT'S SERVICE STATION 2919 East Rosedale 5-4121 ACME RADIATOR WORKS R. C. 4Mack MCCOURTIE, Owner "EVERYTHING WE FIX-IT STAYS FIXED" Authorized Dealer of G E1 O R d'ators Radiator Service . . . Satisfaction G aranteed 1508 COMMERCE STREET PHONE 3-9857 "IT WAS A---K 8: O RADIATOR THAT COOLED THE FIRST SEAPLANE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC" "Poly Hotpoint Dealer" HUHGE HHHIIWI-IHE 8. APPLIANCE EU. Jack Burge Paul Burge Page 16 WELL MACHINERY 8: SUPPLY C0. Distributors of 'TOOLS - MACHINES - SUPPLIES FOR FACTORY AND SHOP 'D' Wishes Continued Success to our Friends, the Students and Faculty of T.W.C. 'D' WELL MIICIIINEIIY 8 SUPPLY CIIMPIINY INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 1629 Main Fort Worth QSESUNQ, 's r' HARVESON and COLE FUNERAL SERVICE INSURANCE Complete Financial A1'ra1zgeme1zts The knowledge that financial arrangements are provided for in case of death of any member of the family brings a feeling of comforting security. Harveson anti Cole Funeral Service Insurance covers all funeral expenses for every member of the family from birth to 85 years of age. At your request our representative will provide full and complete information. PHONE 4-2211 HARVESON and COLE Funeral Service Insurance Magnolia at Fifth Avenue GROVER C. COLE T. G. COLE President Secy. Sz Trcas. Plan On a HOME OF YOUR OWN- For future happiness and security, make plans to own a home. You can do it easily with monthly savings- H the building and loan way. TARRANT coumi s M16 L ' 4-i -ASZQCIATION - QQ . I 705 MAIN smear PHONE 3-3467 Font worm-I fli flillfg Where Your Eyes Are Concewzecl Ifs SI-IUR-FIT OPTICAL CO. DR. MCGUIRE and STAFF Neigbfbo-fly Credit Reasomzble Rczfes 209 West Second - 2-5525 For Best Results in All IV1'itten W01'k U S E M A S T E R P I E C E PAPERS AND TABLETS sold by HAM TRADING PIIST JucLy. . . istlwe Graduate who receives JEWELRY GIFTS -from- lfllsf ww! Jffaf "Fifty Years in Fort Worth" Page 167 5-2028 1607 Vaughn Blvd. STATE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting Engineers C. 86 S. SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Wholesale - Retail ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT ir One of the Nation's Finest SHOPS for MEN 11' JOHN L. ASHE, Inc. UTHE HOUSE OF SERVICE, th at Main Fort Worth, Texas 106 E. 2nd Phone 2-9312 VARSITY CLEANERS cfm., Q , I I It i I SMART CLOTHES FOP WOMEN AND MISSES. "IV e Really Clean Your Clothes" Fort u7O1"ll9,S Oldest Specialty Shop SELLING QUALITY AND 3021 East Rosedale Phone S-1361 FASHIONABLE APPAREL for Compliments of W O M E N FORT WORTH PAPER CO. M15 5 E S DEPENDABLE SINCE 1916 J- U N I O R S MB1l1lfdFlll1'L'fS of Paper Boxes and Dixtrilnltarx of Coarse Paper Designers of Distinctizwe Packaging. We solicit 1,0ur Patronage 801 Grove Street Telephone 2-513 8 Fort Worth 610-12 HOUSTON Pcrqe 168 For Good Looks and High Qualify 'A f CHOOSE A STYLE LEADER- u 0 9 " al? C H 00 S E 4 l 0 060' -W5 QL 1 1 75 Q 1 1 2 1 I 'X N! "" " 1311 Jr I Y A 1 + 5 -Q 3 F 1 1 if ' 'J A 1, , 1 1 1 L .1 1:11 11111-1 rf 1 1 5 by I 151,151 lm 11115 X X K! y f .c 4 11 '1- ? 1' rf Q W 1,3531 1 I 11 1 Q ' Q X WO, ,Wo 'rl' '11N.1,l i5'1,1g1'1' 11' 11? ' X7 X X .1 1 ' Sgt I 1111111-1:.,.111-1111.s1.11111111-91' . ' ll i l ixgiiigizliiiiii5I:'I:EEEEEiEEiE5!f -:-'f E X Wk? I '- " 43 XX ,1 ,.... 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J i -2' , ongrafu afzond ra uafe5 1 e F from I 4 Ky in Y gtg? V bfvqg Y' Q.,-1, if was 1? f- ,,iiic,Y..l1: J K Y L xo .QM wg .I ijt "rf-S se " , ' on " Y " A ' X , Q , , 9 Taffy ' 'V V - 5 .57 ir- Y 'QI :"C" 602 Houdon St a , ' 0 -1: -nf-' "1 .fa , xii' Q . i - A MJ - .5 . .225 f ' ee . -' ' 2- , ,E G I For 29 years Cheneys has broughi +o Ex 6 H hm Qt f 1: is Ki Y' 'i i Forf Wor+h's fashion -conscious women 4 title, Qi QM :smafions +ha+ have aHained ihe heighf of if 1 V L: 'ia' :LV N' 'wall fhai is new, elecfrifying, and fashion- .e I --QWLX righf. If you are no? acquainfed wiih us, 'J uf 24:1 G5 l ..-.gan B, QJFA j . 7 ,Y igme in and lei' us serve you as we have F5-N, 2 1 y ' ff- ,i if' o+her smarf women who know if is righi' ' 571' ' 1" " i ,'f.-.s , W ' X fo shop ai Cheney's. , .D , . ' 'Nu 'Q' Q2 " Q A ' Q Fi QE Q, G -'W ,D nge. Y Qt f -' .,,, - S fa, Q. , s - V ' 3 N gr.-iff X-se: -e e A "' A fs fig " na ' U fesxirgssf, .4 :. .Y E- 5 Q y., i W GREETINGS ...Q Mig' N h' ' we nfl 'e A ii . 9 1 X- - e-e' .M be . AN , j to T. W. C. students . . . ij 'ka w Liv i alumni . . . and faculty. in fig' : -0 -"4 N L . ' JACK FARRELL Q ' Q. i : ?i 0 Manager Q e- Qw evoeux ,- ' Q 'A i in ' z em ,Il , Y iv, , , ' bi we N "alanine ,. 3, ,B I I , ... iz is In ,ul-sf' n gli? J ll ll il vs -' Jil Ill I. .2 :IJ HJ jJJ.u JJ .N J H, jim vii J V i 1 JJ LU JJ Jn JJ U1 Z M H ORTH HQLEL J e J -'J ,IF gl JH JJ 'U JJ J 111 lu ml luln ill ZIJJUJIIJIJJ ff ' JJ Ji, Jig" 11 in In In .u J, : J,Ij , JJ ' ,- II JU. .HH M14 - - . I , ll n lv Q," "V Ji.-1. --1 ., .-H' wi, in Uiiiii -,111-,a:1ilIf-i"L, ' n.:f'.4:-rw tw,-il i. ., -ni-r. ,Wu III1, Wu i' . "' hi. ii l""'Ml'f11I-' T!1f'iW"' ,m m 1: Y 4 ,,--vi. Page 1 Treaf ourself io Someihing G00 Delicious-+ Refreshing Ask for if! The tiylzfll of riendly Ser Vice Throughouf Texas, fhe Humble sign flashes a friendly greeiing fo moforisfs, inviies fhem fo fhe driveways of sfaiions fully equip- ped and capably manned fo render prompt experienced service. ORTH CLGTHIERS Resirooms are spofless. Producfs are second 'ro none. Lei' ihe Humble Sfafion in your neighborhood care for your car. And when you fravel Texas highways, sfop af fhe Humble + Sfafions along your roufe. You'll ge? improved preformance from your car, more comfori for yourself. Sfop 'For friendly service af any Humble sign. The Latest Styles and Fashions N' -5 in Men's and Women's Wfearing Apparel f f e 'l . 4 QL' + ,. H 508 Houston Street Fort Wortlm, Texas Over 6,000 Texans are waifing fo welcome you under ihe Humble sign ge 171 Life... From Farm to ome Utmost care is taken in the production of White Lake Dairy Milk because we know that so much depends on its purity- Modern equipment and a selected herd assure consistently rich milk for babies and mothers. W I-IITE LAKE DAIRY You Crm Whip Our Cream - But you Can't Beat Om' Mille AULT MUSIII EUMPANY MAGNAVOX and VICTOR COMBINATIONS RECORDS VICTOR - : - COLUMBIA COMPLETE STOCK OF MUSIC FOR PIANO AND VIOLIN VOICE 609 THROCKMORTON STREET PHONE 3-3225 FORT WORTH, TEXAS 01d Friends are Sure to Meal Again From your freshmen days to your grad- uation day Hotel Texas has looked upon you as a friend. Our long and pleasant association now qualifies us to regard each other as "old friends." . 1 ,Q sf g I2 R. Es i'-E ,"-.., - ii-:fe 5 :ef len t,-ai' -12? -k .W Sl new-Q -- T7 Aw, gi ,W .. "zz-tn .., , I fi 'fs,'h+- . -' , 5 p-"f"7-ws- ' f " ' ' gr 4219 ilgeiffbbtg '34 35-HQQQQI-,ZQgfff 'f'p,.?L 1 XVhenever t h e fer M .B Q 1'We-ff3,qfWPvSl, - 'f Y iiiittrlgt q qjiggiggeiffffiggflsx t TEXAS can be of U 5 -' ,Ql'iTi""i,, 5.13 1 wi, wilt' . , . ,Z 3 qfgigfdgwzi service don t fail :F kb ' 4 'of'-I fiflwl-' -" Zhlcitittl: U. 2 Q ro call on an "old if twirl: 3 ll lp1'.:q'V'?g q qvqf'QzQ'QgEgF,4g1g: . . ,, is 2 q'2iS'H 1 mend' lgfhgit a il Q J 1 gunna: 'Ali m,,,,,,."' W I up FORT wo RTH rin,-. Amlzufsd Naflonal Hole! n HENRY LOVE Mgr . F' I 3' I I 3 :SQL E I P. 7-I 2 2 ln:-rm-af:nz1s:5fff Q! --T -c wi-9f1P2""Z'n'3 V311 - 1 .,'fI. 'rllpiiilpj ir' ' 1 3 :5 ,F Qs, P 'e ' ' .,,w.n.-'42 ,, -Af Tr- ' . ' , ..v- "" " LG-11' v-C95 ms., , ,, L f 4, - -'il ' I Page l7 CIQG Compliments of W. HANCOCK WALLPAPERS wk LGW COST AND PAINT HOME LCDANS ir INSURED SAVINGS 900 I-Wcxt Magnolia Telephone 2-7181 LABORATORY SUPPLIES SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS REAGENT CHEMICALS Industrial Scientilics, Inc. 1014 Taylor St. Telephone 3-2518 Fort Worth NEW ISIS THEATRE Year-Around Air Conditioned In Business for YOUR PLEASURE 2405 North Main 6-2691 W. 7th 8: Taylor Srs. Y LEDDY BO0T and SADDLE SHUP Wforlds Leading Hand Made Saddles and Boots 2.5245 "MASTER YOUR UNDERTAKINGSH Frank H. Ledcly 2455 N. Main Fort Worth 6, Texas X 95:12-411 4 A, 5 . ' W fl H ., , ,,f1Q,f,- E- I feiffg.,-4f.rf'-iifff-1'if1.f' ,-Qlv:,f1qg.-my . ,.,,w"' N ' ' ,-4 , L , ,ffl - 1 . ,JL-if I ,-cfnhffffzg fy!-M4 ' -fx V . IX. ' ,S ,Zn I-414 M I ' xiii' .ASQ-9f,gy , -v-r,,,.,fgo:5'Lv?Z6 ' FI, ' I Y WWW ' f,,,a,:f56,pfi4L yy V, if Y ,I -mn: I , fd K' ' I ,. , L' I ' fog!! AA?f!.,,,3?'jk,LJ AQ , .Pug W4 1 ' if .. , Q " v .-ff,-6-'IL-QL.. - - QL,-zfggf F25 1 VVV: 1 A4314 A If H jf, ,f f, rv. 55.2. E ,W W 11-4.41 '2'i-e,,4z ,,-I-If ,,.4.,5,, ,,,,,,,,,,,gg5 gQ"V4,,wxs , I - I f' I ., ' , S If Qi -- Qzfgfj M. Ly-G-fo.efQj,I-fig.,-If If ' I ' i I H ZF Y-Q-" ' 5 ,f I ' ' fiwl ,Z ' ,,,- ,H -f ' ' "' f 1 A " 1' " . 7 ' ,J r ,WW , L " . ,,. " I fr? . ,. C. ,-f - I ff' 1-' 'X k'-fJff"L'?7 of-46-g,rL14if-1-ei? 7 If X I 'Q"fJff?f--1,-' 'iz-if ,f , 'I . , ' - . ,J ,,.,,. , 5 GRADE A I . J -.Ji-fy,-. Eye .,-'Q' 4 9 . K' !,46-rf,-efn-my f A-foray ' ff V , 6 5114 ,rf -f nf- Wrw 'B f kg ff' 4511 L. I I' I ' . E M l K PAs'rsumzsD yvgifggj ll 7 n M I L K 4 m. 6r7fZ'rd W I f -- 173 ARTISTS - DRAFTSMAN I Supplies Bandy Reproduction Company FLATIRON BUILDING C om plimefzts of ST. LUUI5 WASTE MATERIAL IIIIIIPIIHATIUN 308 E. Broadway Phone 2-3213, 2-3214 Ft. Worth, Texas Dealers in New and Used Pipe-Structural Stee1-Tar1ks- Surplus Materials-Iron, Steel Scrap and Metals. J. Gachman, President Leon Grachman, Vice-President RUFN ER ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Contractors Appliances - Complete Repair Service 3124 E. ROSEDALE PHONE 5-3713 FORT WORTH, TEXAS ELLIS EXTRA QUALITY PECANS ELLIS PECAN COMPANY L. V. ELLIS, owner Moved to New Location-1012 N. Main 6-7216 ALWAYS LOOK FOR THIS TOP, FOR "TOPS" IN QUALITY I wrren spffpser A 'ICGCQ X Cv VAN ommf. A 7 X 3 . 1 6 f xx"-, 9 m pl. S..- .Nu- . v', I -lv ,.., I X I x A X AJi,,,rg.,::v,,rM..Y. ,-- Jr LOOK FOR- STOCKLEY-VAN CAMP CANNED FOODS and TENDERONI TENDERSWEET CANNED FOODS FULL-O-FRUIT PRESERVES and JELLIES DEL MONTE CANNED FOODS and COFFEE FORT WORTH I WHOLESALE GROCERY and PRODUCE CO. Wholesale Diszfribuzfors FORT WORTH, TEXAS 2-5351 245 West 15th Street THIS LABEL IN THE CLOTHES YOU WEAR MEANS QUALITY UNSURPASSED ANYWHERE XX X 20414 M wkxxxwwx 7K Page 17 ..!4uf0gl'apA.4 lleimers- Taylor PRINTING COMPANY .jxf i 4 OFFICE SUPPLIES J , ,X l ,I ' f ' - ' "" Q D , I 'V j' .sri + ,. , I ff WILFRED R. MCDONALD, owner 'P 'l , Q ,.f 4, Telephone 3-1521 315 West Thirteenth Street ,A ' l P A 'Eye' ' X . nf, ,QA ,, A,,- 4 , , ff' I, f K riff' fi' , if A. P FORT WORTH, TEXAS A 1 A M ' ' I 1 , PAN-AMERICAN WALLPAPER 86 PAINT COMPANY ' . . id Af 1108 Houston street 2-8531 1 pk? I Q , . of A BM, S-jhfdi A W 5557? We 423113 i'64f'97"'477 A 1t t1t ffdfflf . 1 f I 1 ,gl ,j J : E t,1 1, 1 A WW ., W v fe hee I f A . ' I 1 2 Mtffllmff e h WJ!! Qww fresh and frozen 1 ' . J L, ' '17 FRUITS and VEGETABLES , The most tempting varieties from all over he land ' 4 identified for yourtpfotection fresh-from Kekikis 2207 ,f.Jfz'y'f3f5Eff1:fQQ,4-Q' BEN E. KEITH COMPANY A 1 'Q 9 DALLAS 0 FORT WORTH OLONGVIEW I 7231" LUBBOCK 0 ABILENE 0 WICITA FALLS I QI 175 y, 14 u fffafffw JoHNSoN'S DRESS J he Q maop , If 3 ' Congratulations to 1947 Graduates f,g+'6"K f OUR CLOTHES ARE DIFFERENT in We I7 ,Q , I I K Xl Attention ls Given to Personal Details in the if A,wf'7i JIU! if fl xy! f' PM W if v ' ,fm s ' 9 0 , A jnwfq M .V 1 -'i iv. , 1 ii! riff, ,lr rib fill ' I ,- I la I , I 41 X 1 9 A ,-' G AV 4. f.1' R l ,ff n " . 1 Art of Dressing i' FREE ALTERATIONS 207 W. Seventh Telephone 2-3887 Fort Worth Upholstering Furniture Refinishing and Repairing FRED DAVIS To the Seniors... CONGRATULATIONS . . . and best wisloes For all your big events Graduation - Wedding - Births Music - Greetings , ,J U ST FFUHDB "The House of Quality" 611 Throckmorton Phone 5-1481 Page 1 WASH AND LUBRICATION OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK , , , MCPHERSON Trimble Haines SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 3005 East Rosedale Phone 5-9272 cc ' as Across from Varsilf Theatre Pasteurlzed Fort Worth, 'Texas Dairy Products Compliments of W. B. CHAMBERS DRUG STUHE 706 W. Central Ave. Fort Worth, Texas Ave- N and Bishop 5-5628 Striving Constantly . for Courteous, Efficient CITY ICE D E L V E R Y CIW Bus Servlce ' " CUBED ICE AND SIZED ICE Wfbolesale and Retail 913 East Ninth Street Telephone 2-4141 bs-- 4 aff ffwffwf fwffwyib 0 WWW? WWWWW FORT WORTH, TEXAS wir? if f ssh? 'YD qe 177 C077Zl7li77Z61ZfS of LYDICK-BARMANN co. BILL SKELTON GROCERY '05 Commerce Telephone 2-9364 M JEWEL TEA CQMPANY, Inc. NO- 1 309B Bdknap 54965 "Groceries and Premiumsl' NO' 2 360 Boaz 5-5101 1408 W. Tucker Dial 2-4716 NO- 5 700 5- Main 2-1985 B. H. Glenn Mattress Company ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Buzlt for Rest 1914 VICKERY BLVD PHONE 5-2121 Kohler ol Kohler Plumbing I-'ixlures V E. L. WHITE 8 EUMPANY OFFICE Distributed by OUTFITTERS COMMERCIAL srnvlcr PLUMBING S II P P I. Y C 0 . WHOLESALE FORT XVORTH TEXAS 705 Tlnrockmorton 3 3321 P CI ATHE 0 PA Y Furniture Coolers Fans if FORT WORTH 1 529 East Broadway 5-2 1 5 1 ge 179 MEMBER BANKS OF THE FORT WORTH CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATI 7' 7 ' Your eclucalion is a firm EoundaI'ion upon which you can build your fufure. Sfar'I now by laying a corner-sI'one of Thriflq add 'Io il' Ihe briclcs and s'Iones of Experience, Characfer and IngeI'ri'Iy +o build a worfhwhile life. The banlcs of Forl' WorI'h ex'I'end congrafulalions 'Io you on your graduafion . . . Iheir doors sfand open Io give you counsel and advice . . . sI'ar+ 'Ihai +hriE'r accounf which may mean so much for securify and happiness. - THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 0 THE FORT WORTH NATIONAL BANK OONTINENTAI NATIONAL BANK - UNION BANK ANO TRUST OO. - TRINITY STATE BANK ON Page 1 R. I-I. I-IUFF LUMBER CGMPANY and GENERAL STQRE Make Us Your Headquarters for EVERYTHING "Your Dollar Buys More at the General Store" 1714 Vaughn Fort Wforth 5, Texas 5-2144 9 to ea!! Rich, sa f Se S I d D g ved by better ect: g CASCADE 3 -141 1 Zoluc CLEANERS FUR STORAGE FOR LAUNDRY SERVICES 1700 WEST SEVENTH - E1'11esiAlle11 Motor Um SALES SERVICE TRUCK REPAIRS Sixth 81 Commerce Phone 2-4171 AMEHIIIAN SHADE MANUFACTURING Ell. E. B. CHURCHILL, Owner-Manager - . Featuring Armstrong Linoleum ASPHALT TILE . YIKING WINDOW SHADES SUN-CHECK VENETIAN BLINDS 1301 West Magnolia, Fort Worth 4, Texas Business Phone 9-1232 Residence Phone 7-4875 MEISSNER FUNERAL HOME Raymond Meissner Nashville at Avenue B Fort Worth, Texas A 4' ' 5 The Edison is bc- no N ing throughout to honor the memory of a man pf, genius has brought and convenience to people through- W out the world. . , 1 1 We as workers in the power and light industry are proud that Edison jg established the' first steanji-driven electric power plant. This small N power plant was the beginning of an industry which gave America a R tremendous advantage in waging a victorious war, and which is now providing power for still greater industrial devlopmcnt in Texas and . in the nation. ' Edison took out a thousand patents on his inventions and was awarded the Congressional Medal which reads: "He illuminated the path cf progress by his inventions." THOMAS ALVA EDISON 1847 -193i Congratulations G R D U T E S On Your Success Fo F slzer B cad Take T a .flee B and C 500 South Henderson Fort Worth, Texas May your new life be full of good luck and bappinc'ss! Page 183 C H E E K ' S SEWING MACHINE WORKS PARTS and SERVICE for INDUSTRIAL and DOMESTIC MACHINES and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Call or See Us for the NEW WESTINGHOUSE SEWING MACHINE J. B. Cheek, Sr. D. H. Pitman J. B. Cheek, Jr. O. M. Homer 1911 E. Rosedale Telephone 5-5586 1910 Avenue E Fort Worth 5, Texas STANDARD UFFICE EQUIPMENT IIUMPHNY Complete Lim' of OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES DIEBOLD SAFES AND VAULT DOORS GLOBE-WERNICKE DESKS AND FILES 1103 Commerce St. Phone 2-6184 Fort Worth, Texas H. R. fHomerj ROYER, Owner ! POULTRY EGGS PECANS 'D' GEMM PUIILTBY 8 EGG CUMPHNY IVbolesale and Retail 'U' 106 East 14th Street fBetween Main and Commercel Telephone 3-9944 Fort Worth 2, Texas Page 184 Serving Poly Hill for Over 30 Years WENZEL 86 WILLIAMSON BARBER SHOP B E S T Y E T T SALAD DRESSING 5108 E. Rosedale 5-9249 AT YOUR GROCERY J F 11 1 1 e 1' S Ray Crowder Funeral Home For lVomen-Misses-jziniors Cow-ffegm - Efficient EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL DRESS SHOP Phone 3-0435 1301 Pennsylvania Ave. AMBULANCE SERVICE Opposite the Wo1nan's Club 700 5th Ave. 3-1215 1418 Vaughn Telephone Poly Sewing Machine Store Sewing Machines Rrnfezl BUTTONS 156 BUCKLES COVERED BUTTON-l'lOLING Sl BELTS MADE TO ORDER 5-2400 LAURITZEN 86 MAKIN lVl!Il11lf!lC1i1l7'C'7'S of Store Fixtures 2015-19 Crump St. P. O. Box 385 Fort Worth 1, Texas PAUL'S SHOES, Inc. THE POLYTECHN IC HERALD PUBLISHING - ADVERTISING Phone 5-2510-Ralph Perry, Editor 606 Houston Fort Wlorth Telephone 2-5541 2912 E Rosedale Poly Herald Bid PRESENTING FORT WORTH'S FINEST EMPLOYMENT SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES Let us Help Solve Your Employment Problems, and Save Time in Finding You the RIGHT Positions. , M UYMENT SERVICE GILBERT'S The South Siile's Exclusive Ladies Ready-to-IWear Shop Out of the High Rent District 902 Pennsylvania 2-9082 RADIATOR MFG. CO. Corner Bowie and St. Louis Ave. One Block North of Berry St. Q AUTO RADIATORS-CLEANED, REPAIRED AND RECORED Q Phone 5-3464 3000-04-08-12-16-20 St. Louis Ave. orqe 185 C om pliments of NATIONAL SHIRT SHOPS 700 Main 2-0225 LA CAVA'S Inc. GOOD CLOTHES DESERVE THOROUGH CLEANING 709 West Magnolia Telephone 4-3201 UNIQUE CLEANERS ECONOMY ' QUALITY T. J. JIIHNSUN FURNITURE CUMPANY COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS New and Used Furniture SERVICE We Rent Chairs, Tables, Beds, Wheel Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. 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Greyhound Station Trailways Station 400 South Jennmgs 2-6131 1610 Main Sr. Station Greyhound Station YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY AND LUGGAGE PICKWICK FOOD STORES 1818 Hemphill 1900 Evans Ave. SAN FORD'S PASTRY SHOP "Free Parking Space-Open Q Late for Your Convenience." Fresh Pastries , DAILY Complzments of I TRAUERNICHT NURSERY 400 N Sylvania 1415 Vaugn Blvd. Telephone 5-8309 Page 187 BUSINESS FORMS STATIONERY - CATALOGS ADVERTISING Ot Every Kind Folders, Booklets, Broadsides Including Snap-Outs-Other PUBLICATIONS House Publications. Plans Multiple Forms Copy, and Printing Billtolds Card Cases Coin Purses Key Cases Desk Sets Pa per Weights Mechanical Pencils Bullet Pencils Wood Pencils Yardsticlcs Telephone 3 - 2 4 2 1 Marvin Il. EI linmpany 0 Printing 0 Lithogrctphing 0 Advertising 0 Goodwill Specialties 1213-15 THROCKMORTON FORT WORTH TEXAS GOODWILL ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES Leather - Metal - Celluloid - Plastic - Cloth - Paper "Yes we sell it" . 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