Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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Q A 'sg-,L -,'g,.j:'- I 5.1, - ' - ng- . -5 ,111- 13. ,i11w2h+-2,f2w"5:'Qr 513 ' -,yg6":. . av, -95 .writ Q' X 'A 4sf.qi1raf-,faq veg , ALMA MATER All Apaches, men and maidens Raise your voices high Till the echoes heavy laden Swell up to the sky! On to Honor! On to Glory! On to victory! Hail to thee our Alma Mater Hail to T-J-C FIGHT SONG Sons of Black and Gold Will you let the foe Take from us the victory? Hear our warriors chorus, Sweep-that line before us Carry on to victoryj Onward, onward- Charge against the foe. Forward, forward- Apache banners go. Sons of Mars and Thunder Rip that line asunder Carry on to victory. "Nor has ihe dag been Iimiied. if has a naiural balance of phgsical. inielleciual. and social life. I+ has an easg unforced rhgihmf' GIFT FROM THE SEA, Anne M. Lindbergh REDACTED FOR PRIVACY I 966 Apache Staff Editor-in-Chief ..., Business Manager . . . Chief Photographer . . . Copy Editor ......... Class Sections Co-Editors Sophomore Class . . . . Anne Patterson . . . . Judi Fitzhugh . . . . . Steve Fisch . . Mary L. Morphis . . .... Robert Tidemann Freshman Class .... .... K ay Whitaker Beauties Editor .... Apache Belles and Band Co-Editors . . . Faculty Editor . . . Photographers . . . Cover Design ..... Publicity Manager . . . General Assistants . . . Sponsor . . . . . . Mike Douglas .. . Delayne Hail Gail Johnson . . Edwina Powell .. . A. J. Thomasson Jerry Arnold . . Ken Thompson Linda Whittenberg Ken Lester Daniel Harris Larry Stephens Freya Hunker Jinny Jo Garrison Janet Malloy Willie Oliver I Rene Kemp Mrs. Mary Burton agp. A- -"' .". 2121- --.'- ' ' . I 1 I, wt 1-333 l , 5.53.5 Y 'V Q '- jig .A l ' if E 5 5 5, af' I' ' ,S .: up , K Sophomores Freshmen . Table of Content ...56 Buildings .... Beauties , , Ll.. I, A 1 fs ..,, f 4' ,, 1 , ,. I , 1- 5453, ', 4? . '.f,,sfj, ' me 1 Organizations -1122 , 1 W 1 ua-f . .ly 4 Xfvd f' ' 106 i af ' ., 0 , G . P' f .Af ,4 ...Ei ,,. ...I .. 3 f 1 1 ,fn , . yiw, 4 . Sports 192 il-"' . li H819 W' Band and Belles 174 Advertisements 1 www 6 206 WATSON WISE President - Q . - ..,.,, nv' 'N J sf fiivf ""!'1""'fQf 'Quai' Board of Trusiees 4raQ,. -- A A. D. CLARK, JR. First Vice President 1 - 5'f.'i5'QM 5 -s, .f CECIL BAGWELL 'Q 1 4 N.. -.-ali' HOMER W. EIKNER IRA HILDEBRAND uni' GEORGE W. PIRTLE ,..,,--Q 1'5" EARL ANDREWS HUBERT TUNNELL ' DR, JIM VAUGHN 9'-i0 Q T' G52 Q67 Margarei Anders Ediih Chilcoie Mrs. H. E. Jenkins Evelgn McManus Sara Faulk al-1.1--1-Tl Wiih sincere admiraiion and appreeiaiion ihe 1966 Apache is dedicaied io TJC's librarians. K xx , X ". X 'X X .0 -f V ,Lyn 3 1,5 -rw" if - 'J Y f 9 55 all l , s T . , 4, V g V sf.: , i r 5 if s r r V Q' if, 5, - f, , A '- ,f14?"' x' Qi T My i f is ffl iff 7i'T'TT'r l is 4-, 4, mm , M K --, ' ' 'Q ofa Q 'Q ', . 'ng is ,, ' , A, s 4, -T .. we J I 5 lt TT ls!! ' 'si ., , ,K ,ff . 2 . lei ww -fi? THE MAIN BUILDING-ln the Main building are housed all of the business offices, the library biology chgmistry physrpjcand lanf ' ' l art o guage laboratories, various special rooms, and many of the academic classrooms. The stately colonia esign gives p its claim as one of the most beautiful campuses in the state. WISE AUDITORIUM-FINE ARTS BUILDING-Erected from the pro- ceeds of a bond issue and a sub- ntantial gift from Watson W. president of the board of this building includes an ' and special rooms for speech arts. y 2 T an-rj 2- ,g ,. , , 1 f, M V ,, f r . 2 .s ' ' 'W ,,,,, ' . 'Y 4 ,.4- .M -WWI f , 'Qi 41. 1i.,w.,,pr ' V Li . , rrr l 2 ,WJ A 1 If 1 IT Y is' 7' 1 x 'v V ' Xilrvq A J , XJ, UN.. .NN f -'YXFQF3-it f .,e fwqsi JW L sly .1 -54. f . V , 4 5'i"'." ae-fi ' if- ' r tr ,inf 144,41 i"z1fZmlLV.,'Q " A f ACADEMIC BUILDING-This modern building, completed in 1963, contains classrooms, offices, laboratories and other special facilities. THOUGHT PROVOKING PLAQUE-This plaque in the Fine Arts Building in- spires students entering the building. -tx ,,. -1' - ' H Y ' "" B " "Wi . Q amnu1"'un"'ulI 0 ,, wait A Y , lui ' ' s L -HW' is Lt , Pudwd , . ' -ilk- ' H -.ai.wm.fmm1mf-.f-'-f-s:,,w1- 'im' ' ' ,4- 1 an 3' si F nr Til ? 1 . U fa 1: T' 31 "El - M ill 'Sm - lil -f tilt: -bi' 1" if 9 T E522 and 'Q ill Il lla ' , , . ,.A , . , fi 1 --,,-Lff' ,Q -ms THE y,,5, 'HWWV STTFGT AND gn" wlmut gi it ,vu fa... lj' ,Aix Ll l Y , U of is Act s isa ni ' 'E ffi'li,, f f gr! f if 2 u .'.. f- at t'51:::i"' - iftfllitwliv 4 lc " Y COLUMNS-These stately col- umns are part of the entrance to the Main Building. GENTRY GYM-Women physical education students use this mod- ern gymnasium for indoor sports. The gym is also used for various other programs and events throughout the year. . i. W? fs, - X N' 'aft ,typ '11 144 al-it -i , ' ff Asst' . is v'Nkcx s -- LY, ' x 4- ' ' sly. f,v"k5':,h-475 V s, ' 1 31333 D t in' 1 1- WN" h is 'f xl, Al If WW. , igxrrr 1-,JM N Fa i V .kg xhz -P 'K X T mix ' 1 . g W f 1 ,, 'ff 1 0 A,w ' ,Q xg lx ' .. ' x , L XT A 5 K . -is .Y ul A. -1v,w.,, x,:,i x .-.." if. if . rr. -: r ' "1 ' A t . ' 5 5 ,1!.'I: ," Q M 1 , -'viral' Q X mls- : ' ' vl RAMEY TOWER-With its spire standing out against the sky, Ramey Tower is one of TJC's spots of tradition. Each time the tribe wins a football or basketball contest, the usual white lights that fill the tower turn to a bright gold. Following a defeat, the lights are extinguished. Judge Thomas Rarney donated the tower to the college in 1956. --. -. -1 I :UTURE TECH BUILDING -When this new modern Juilding is completed, it Nill house all of the de- Jartments previously in he old tech building, plus others like the electronic :lata processing depart- ment. Work on the build- ing, located adiacent to the Apache Gym, began in the early fall. My TECHNOLOGY BUILDING-The old Tech building, which for years has furnished special classrooms and laboratories for instruction in petroleum tech- nology, surveying, electronics and drafting, was on its last legs in that capacity. When the new building is completed, the old Tech Building will be re- modeled for use by other de- partments. 7. - X A v 2 Us, 4' .. '1- '-,wt .x- Jy'g -4 . . UA f hi- 4"Q K' 4 ' QT- I bd' APACHE GYM- This modern ful- ly - equipped gymnasium pro- vides space for the men's physi- cal education classes plus ath- letic events and general pro- grams. Only this year a new sound and acous- tical system was added to the gym which was completed in 1963. Q 'D 44, , ,. ,K H, ,, as .y-mu - ,..x. .yr :mv ifww 1 i .,f '14 dm mm., , -! ' 1' gf 733 1.51-,Q . gin f mt: - - 2 uw. A. '-'-My ,, f . ,,-...ggi zz.. P7 fl - 41' " mtiwi-wav rvQ-1Zwvzwfvwvifiwzwg-M-w 1 -V 1 NW-"W--ww--'vp-fsV-W-Mawr'-.QENQ-+Qw.f..N.,-, -4 MW 'mfs 4 N , ,V ' ss ,. U a ,, , U 41 '51, 1 X fs www- A mb WNV' E f: z1,m3,w f TMM, ,J 4 A we 1- V ZS 4 Y 1,3 'X' v EEK W M' . if Jfvyf, f ' an ww 4 'ir' v ,FJQQG V wr 1 I WTF , 4.-f j , , vi -1-af.e.5 , 4 . , ,1"11' . -,Q i :A , X54- 5, 1 ' frarmnnmn 1 PRESIDENT Dr. H. E. Jenkins Kansas State Teachers Collegeg MA., UniversiTy of Missouri PHD., UniversiTy of Texas 1 WK N-.,, ACADEMIC DEAN Dr. E. M. Potter BA., MA., University of Texasg LL.D., East Texas Baptist College :V A aw .-,. A-wa: ... ykfw. 4, 5453421- ,w"' z' 'X 5" 6 , 'V' 5, ,332 'f wiffsj " fm ,.......,.........- -W ,V ,a5y4,,,...,... aww 4441 . , ., 5' 3 ,1 f A Q ' if 9 9 Q 'ff G C rv ' 9 Q Q - if v ,jf 0' " ., 1 1 Q . ,. Q AQ" F' H , - 4' 0 WIVU' as l ,, -1 , 1 FISCAL DEAN Richard H. BarreH A East Texas Stafeg M.B.A,, Texas ASM U EDWIN FOVVLER, Registrar B.A., Baylor University M.A., Easr Texas STaTe 'Eff -ufwk XI' K " 'xl AVA LEE GENTRY Adminiswafive Assistant f 701 Q Q i 1 F1 .Y - MAXENE ROBINSON, MARY KATHLYN NEILL, EMMA LOU PRATER Secretary to the Dean Assistant to the Registrar Bookkeeper Administrative Assistants af Qecremies v..-Q. 4 w Q T .-. ,qs 14' i YN 1 FAY RICHARDSON, LOUGENE WILSON, Secretary to the Secretary Counselors RUTHANN HILL 1 JANICE HENDRIX A I '. 'WI , ' I. 4 3 +511 1 f 1ffffffVt?I" ,aTfEfff 144-L,fit1 It Secretary Secretary 'i v..5,, j,., ar 459,43 -- -A f'-nf A- - " , 'ry -H. ' "f"-, .- ,."-?'f'1"f7"II"' L' " , -nf fa, vi I. ' ,y: f"fIiIl. II Ifwfz . ' " ff 4 .7 HU " " ',-., .ul ' '. . f ,A-..,..f Siudenf Cenier Personnel Counselors THOMAS VV. TOOKER HERBERT RICHARDSON MARY WALLACE, Director LEO S. RUDD, SR. . L3 - v , 1 ii GLORIA GENTRY 5 2 """" WILLIE sl-IANKS i LAVALLA WARD, nr Director V A A fx tif ,I 'Y ' I ff:-24-V 1' f rl- viva . 52351 eff: M455 A'-10' ' ' Q45 L .HQ A deff ' ifgf, L Q ,'-' 11.5. ' WH' :firm 1,1 , gn -ufjffi fpplsq, fi wfiii , ,wap ,Q H , , mg A ,,,2:,f' A Un 4, 5316 fin ,:,,, :tiff . fT', 'in' ggi' g -A qm:'5g. ff a 'L' px gxslf' ,- , 5455 1, , fs.. 43.6. ,.,.Lw ww ---A W' ' ' 'fzf'f'f1 L 1- 5 . V Br ,. I ' X, -1' J! 5 4 4 ,i f' if , V . urn: f f ' lllll I4 Inf' 1 ,,, A ' ,V 'i ,L ! W O. l I U, lm, " ' fs 5 7 L, 4,20 4 1 4 i 41 ,Qi ,' ie' ij , ,L nl! , .,, A, of, , f ff, 1 Vx, . vw? 1 ffl 2 ' 1 f ,Q ' , , 'T' WIN, YA'LL-Lena Exum, Southern-style English in structor, cheers on her "li'l ole" team. WHAT ARE WE SUPPOSED TO BE TALKING ABOUT?-Egghead Coach Nlariorie Coulter and teammates prepare to go onto the court. Team members are Joseph Kirshbaum, Clarence Strickland, Norman Ferguson, Herb Richardson, Ken Lewis and Bob Osborne. Facultg has a ball FIT AS A FIDDLE-Joseph Kershbaum relaxes the Egghead team with violin music. Whether it was because the music worked its charms or lust pure-dee skill, the Eggheads won, 7-2. 9, B -I . , . .Aa 'f .YQ , 1 x , A V H, 5 1 1 Xfsz az .fi wa..-I QKPA 4 SAX ""l.f.4. - Q, ii 'Z-. e'eg.,jf Yr' 3- ,. m.,...x sg, .2 Q.: QV" ll 1 imma Lou Prater tries for a sec- t . lim gives cheerleading a try. Terry Q r r ci,-vii clisgrise his amusement. THROWING IN THE TOWEL-Mary Burton, coach of the Swing- ers, literally throws in the towel as her team makes a "boo- boo." kk 117 x 959 . V 14" ga., K. tm... . fi , A X ag, I 5 its ' ' 1. "Q-viii" ' A? '--1.7-' i z .. sg' A-0-er is-eff mi" X J! 'L' ,MA "" L ix "N Hi 'Q If ' 2 5 . I HS., AVF? Q., . .. ,,.,4f as-f' ff' rx: 11 Johnny Abbey . . . Business B.B.A., M.B.A., University of Texas Dr. Andres R. Acosta . . . Spanish B.S., M.A., Institute de Pinar del Rio, Ph.D., University of Havana, Cuba Margaret P. Anders . . . Assistant Librarian Rose Baghdasarian . . . Mathematics B.A., M.A., University of Texas Dru Corley Bain . . . Art A.B., Georgetown College James F. Barnes . .. Economics B.S. Ed. Mississippi College: M.A., University of Mississippi Lawrence Bell . . . Government, History B.A., Austin Collegey M.A.,,University of Texas Margot Berggren . . . Chemistry Laboratory Ph.D., University of Havana Jack W. Betts . . . Engineering Drawing, Drafting B.S., M.Ed., East Texas State University Lawrence Birdsong Jr. . . . Speech B.A., Baylor Universityg M.A., East Texas State University Gene H. Blakely . . . Business Administration B.B.A., North Texas State University Edwin S. Brogdon . . . Director of Distributive Education B.B.A., M.B.A., East Texas State University Jean S. Browne . . . Chairman of Speech, Drama Department B.A., Mt. Holyoke Collegep B.A. Carnegie Institute of Technologyg M.F.A., University of Texas: Ph.D., State University of Iowa Elizabeth Bryarly Chairman of English Department B.A., Baylor Universityg M.A., University of Texas John Maxwell Burket . . . Geology B.A., M.S., Baylor University 2 i SO lT'S NOT THE TEEPEE!-The cof- fee tastes the same. Faculty mem- bers find a leisurely cup of coffee in the home economics lab is a need- ed refresher after a morning of class- es. Exchanging "coffee-break talk" are English Instructors Barbara Mc- Daniel and Mary Waldrop. Lena Ex- um takes a sip of the hot brew. Other instructors taking part in the coffee hour are Pauline Pynes, Herb Richardson and Mabel Williams. .fri Fw pdliyvn f-an ff' 4, .5 Y , 9 ' f Zim' . V X : , gt g ?'lLll3't 4' X T, 339- ' 'f :P -ur s Elf: It I. E l l Mary Burton . . . English B.A., M.A., Sam Houston State . l i l Gerry Cadenhead . . . Nursing i Edith Chilcote . . . Ass't. Librarian B.A., Southern Methodist University B.S., Baylor University Louise Clinkscales Chairman of Business Department B.B.A., Baylor Universityg MB.A., East Texas State Milford T. Collins . . . History B.A., East Texas Baptist Collegeg M.A., Stephen F. Austin Mariorie Coulter . . . Physical Education A.B., Baker University Dr. Herman L. Crow . . . Government B.S., M.S., North Texas Statep Ph.D., University of Texas Dr. Felder W. Cullum . . . Psychology B.S., University of Marylandg M.Ed., Ed.D., North Texas State Joanne Cyr . . . French B.A., Marshall Universityg M.A., University of Texas 1 l i lx Stanley Cyr . . . German B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan University, M.A., University of Texas Dan Danner . . . Director, Church of Christ Bible Chair B.A., M.A., Abilene Christian College Marvin P. Davis . . . Mathematics B.S., Lamar Techy M.A., Louisiana State University David Demic . . . Mathematics B.A., Texas Tech, M.A., University of Texas Lena Exurn . . . English B.A., Mississippi State College for Women M.A., University of New Mexico Sara Bess Faulk . . . Librarian Norman Ferguson . . . Director, Baptist Student Union B.A., Bob Jones Universityp B.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Frances Friedman . . . Ass't. Planetarium Director l. L. Friedman . .. Dean of Evening College, Director of Hudnall Planetarium B.S., East- Texas State Robert W. Glover . . . History B.A., M.A., Stephen F. Austin Albert J. Grabow . . . Business Administration B.B.A., Texas Western Universityg M.B.A., Sam Houston State College Averille Greenhaw . . . Home Economics B.S., Oklahoma State University J. C. Henderson . . . Chairman of Natural Science Department B.A., Rice University, M.A., University of Califor- nia Cecil Greer . . . His- tory, Government B.A., University of Miami, M.A., University of Georgia Laurue J. Hardee . . . Administrator, TESN B.S., University of Wyoming E. E. Hendrix . .. Sur- veying, Math, and Engineering Draw- ing B.S., Texas AGM University 25 :nb . 'WX F6 .an-f---nd ,, -1 . at I Q M! 'tc-3 t "' lv-get ,4-Qu., 065 x 'Q' -Q...-Tr WF s . Forest E. Griffin . . . Director Technical Education. B.S., M.S., East Texas State Charles M. Hix . . . Engineering B.S., M.A., Texas A8-M University Loretta Holbrook . . . English B.S., M.A., Stephen F. Austin Jim Anna Honig . . . Nursing R.N., Harris College of Nursing af" My sw Kay Horsely . . . Nursing 5,7 R.N., B.S., University of Texasl .Q V '1 2 W Gloria Jackson . . . History y' B.A., Texas Christian Universityp M.A., Southern Methodist University .N V5 I . i Wiley Jenkins . . . Chairman of Social Sciences l B.A., University of Mississippi, G - I -J Q Ph.D., University of Texas . K? . I 'O ' .H Wayne Keith . . . History L B.A., M.A., Baylor University, X M.A., Peabody College Joseph Kirshbaum . . . Director of Music Mus.B, Mus. M., Yale University -"',- , Barbara Knott. .Educational Coordinator, TESN khhtium-. ,ox B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University Willie Lee Langford . . . English B.A., Texas Women's University, M.A., Stephen F. Austin James E. Lewis . . . Government, Economics B.S., M.A., North Texas State University Kenneth Lewis I . . Agriculture B.S., Texas A8iMp M.S., East Texas State Dorothea Lovett . . . ,,, '73 1 4 Nursing, s' 'g R.N., B.S., Texas Christian X 2 University .W K --..-ui 'lvv 5, Susan Marques . . . - ' , Business, X X. B.B.A, University of Texas David McCormick . . . Sight-Singing, ti' fSy. , . " L Voice B.M., M.M., Westminster Choir College, S.M.D., Union Theological Seminary s Barbara A. McDaniel . . . English t B.A., M.A., North Texas State University Mary McKee . . . English M- B.A., University of Oklahomag - 1- M.A. University of Tulsa Evelyn C. McManus . . . Head Librarian "'j,'? B.A., Southwestern University M.S., East Texas State College V A M7 AA l l Patricia Miller . . . Business B.B.A., Stephen F. Austin H. F. Mills ... History B.A., M.A., Rice University Gul June Murphy . . . Clinical Coordinator, TESN mm' A CUP OF CHRISTMAS CHEER-Elizabeth Bryarly, chairman of the English Department, serves a cup of coffee Christmas party sponsored by the English Department at the home of Lena Exum. --is ,ee f-iw 'l,,...,-sf f""-Q 3 1' T fr to President H. 4 E. Jenkins ata 9 4 5 5 is QUT!" 427' Qnfx 'i"'M'Y'f"' '5 'af' f X .., 'P James Murray . . . English B.A., Baylor University, M.A., University of Texas John R. Osborne . . . Chemistry, Biology B.A., Baylor University, M.Ed., Texas A8-M Ronald Patschke . .. Mathematics B.S., M.Ed., Southwest Texas State Teachers College Lloyd D. Powers . . . Speech B.A., M.A., University of Oklahoma Blanche Preiean Director of Publicity, Journalism B.A., Texas Wesleyan College: M.A., Stephen F. Austin ' Pauline Pynes . . . Business B.B.A., M.B.A., East Texas State College Mac Reynolds . . . Ass't. Football Coach B.S., North Texas State University Robert Reynolds . . . Piano B.M., Oklahoma State Universityp M.M., University of Oklahoma Ph.D., Indiana State University Thomas G. Robinson . . . Geography B.A., M.A., University of Oklahoma John T. Saleh, Jr. . . . Accounting B.B.A., East Texas State College: M.B.A., North Texas State University Isaac C. Sanders . . . Math, Geology B.A., Rice, M.A., University of Texas Jack R. Shelton . . . Director, Methodist Student Center B.A., Lamar State College, B.D., Perkins School of Theology Eva Saunders . . . Speech, Director of Apache Belles B.A., Baylor University: M.A., University of Texas Walter S. Smith Electronics FCC Li- censed Radio-Tele- vision Engineer p Sammie M. Smyrl . . Mathematics B.A., East Texas State Col- lege, M.A., University of Texas Mahlon J. Soileau . . . French B.S., M.S., University of Southwestern Louisiana Milton D. Stark . . . Physics B.A., Rice Universityp M.S., University of Mississippi George Stiles . . . Biology B.S., Sam Houston Stateg M.A., Colorado State College of Education Sue Ann Stewart . . . Nursing R.N., B.S., University of Texas Arney Lee Strickland . . . English B.A., M.A., Lamar State College of Technology Clarence Strickland . . . Speech B.S., M.S., East Texas State Lorene Strickland . . . English B.A., M.A., Stephen F. Austin Charles E. Vetter . . . History, Sociology B.A., Southwestern Universityy M.A., North Texas State Floyd Wagstatf . . . Director of Physical Educa- tion and Athletics B.S., Stephen F. Austin: M.A., North Texas State Mary Frances Waldrop . . . English B.A., M,A., Austin College John Wheat . . . Math B.S., Stephen F. Austinp M.S., University of Mississippi James David Wicks . . . Chemistry B.S., M.A., Southwest Texas State Mabel Williams . . . Chairman of Mathematics Department B.A., M.A., University of Texas Kenneth Willis . . . Drafting B,S., Abilene Christian College Jimmy D. Yancey . . . English B.A., M.A., Stephen F. Austin Myra York . . . Audio-Visual Aids Coordina- tor t V ZV. 5 K2Z:,J5Z5:35:,.st. A. ,. KK 'ws- """"'tv RRS- ,-,,, J J f 1-asv' -the --v' ,,.., J , wmv' 1 , figs -ff 4 9 f fffagi-35 , - 3 3 We 11.11 ' , my , t 111. ' . L' -1 ' A " sf ' Ql- Q3? tsstkx. Q -yi-I 'fi E ' ' V W? .1 . - t ' F- " arg. mr- i . 'Q' aus- SOPHOMDRE CLASS OFFICERS M- Bennie Ellis Vice-Presideni - Don Dunn Secreiarg - Nancg Edwards QOPHOMGREQ .1 ' xx. eg 8. , AL xx. ,nv .2 '4 'GTA ' ., - Y 156' ,' 1-n.--1-rf ' + ,"f'tt.'-.J Q f9.:.,fH."'4 -A , 2 ' .ef fi-5:-5' ,-I - 5 .- 1: 4- , 5' 5-5.5.-.A-A 4 ,:. f .,,1 . . I fy, 1zL:Q, ':.y.,,.,A T? 4 ' f ,',, - N S Q, 5-A 'gjlag ' Vx -,L yu " " - Q.: m3,g:'-..g fm :ii 'ww 'Lf ' 13" N' 'J 4,1 jpg? gf Lf 113,57-t .5 V v ,.v,,,, . . L., 3 ,,yR:,,l, .-.HVJM Lfigkfllm' 5' ' 1 in " fi my -1- .aw " LR 'Il V ax 1 ff -lx' ' i 'ZW 'z-,fm 74.53 , , , 'E fyw- .'."',, Q,,.,N3. 7,5 135545154 4525- f Q23 GREG ABBOTT-Dallas MARK J. ABLES-Tyler JERRY AKERS-Tyler DOUGLAS R. ALBERTS-Euless KAELAN ALBRITTON-Tyler BILL ALLEE-Tyler JOE ALLEN-Rusk RONALD H. ARENDER-Waco BARBARA A. BRILEY-Tyler MISTY GALE ARMSTRONG-Tyler JOY LYNN ATKINSON-Tyler SANDRA LEIGH BAILEY-Dallas JAN BAKER-Lindale KENNETH E. BAKER-Tyler SHERRY BAKER-Tyler SANDY BARFIELD-Tyler CAROL LYNN BARNES-Tyler JIM BARRETT-Tyler FAIREST AT THE FAIR-Apache Belles show the r stuff at the East Texas State Fa r n September MICHAEL BARRETT-Como NANCY BATEMAN-Arp KENT BAYLESS-Tyler MICHAEL S. BEAL-Tyler SANDRA BELECK-Tyler DANNY L. BENSON-Tyler LYNN BERNBAUM-Houston ERWIN H. BERRY-Frankston CAROLL J. BLAIR-Tyler ROBERT M. BLEW-Richardson JAMES S. BONDS-Tyler JOEY BORDERS-Waxahachle x lf. A 1',2' NANCY BOWLING-Dallas JAN BREEDLOVE-Tyler DENVER E. BRIERS-Itasca, Alaska X ff ,. lw V X gi ,, -a"""'Y PAUL D. BRIGHT-Winnsboro HERBERT R. BROOKSHIRE-Tyler ELAINE BURC-:ESS-Grand Saline BOBBIE ANN BURKS-Tyler BOB BURNEY-San Antonio RICHARD A. BUSSEY-Franksfon nn LYN DA BU RKETT-Tyler VANCE H. BURNHAM-Winona MARTHA BURNS-Tyler .W ',fJ TOMMY BURTON-Mesquite PAUL J. CAGLE-Winona W ,J x.,- Q 1 1 ' , .,, ' 9. W ywy-4g., , , 1 ,. , cgi pi. ...Af - . H-1 Vg ,L ,nv S 1: r '1 ,5,V3,kvu JEANNIE CALAWAY-Tyler I ,-!v, I 'I L," ' DONNA CARGLE-Tyler ,i I f' SALLY ANN CARLISLE-Tyler 'TZ' BOB CARRAWAY-Ff. Worth . ,259 , r M-A ' La 'War "7. .--nl PEGGY SUE CELY-Palestine DAVID CHAMBERS-Orange JOHN R. CHAPMAN-Tyler CHARLIE E. CLARK-Van LINDA CLARK-Grand Saline LYNNE CLARK-Van NEIL R. CLAYTON-Tyler GARRY CLEM-Troup JUDY CLEVELAND-Bowie BARBARA CHITWOOD-Tyler PAUL CLINKSCALES-Tyler RONALD M. CLYBURN-Bullard L-3 fu .-..-gp Q94 '45 I A -, A31 -J H059 I ' a O P at sf' 1 wr"""5'? Na' 'Q' MEETING A STAR- A p a c h e Belles Barbara Green, Ginny Stanley, Che- rie McGinney, and Sharon Russell greet starlet Yvette Mimieux at the Tyler air- port. 5 am " gi ivy X.-if in Q ! X THE MANY PHASES OF A BELLE CORPS TRIP-And some of the "faces" enioying the ride home are Carol Towers, Pam Lindley, Shirley McClain, and Frances Sulsky. 4W"l!v"" .ff J I If 1 gd :gf .3NQ??.1:rTwQ ' se xi:-, V Q ' ' 1-.,,,, .1 5-I ug 122-if f -I . .,. A ' "lr1i:'. I ' 4:13,-4 I' V fs. mg, 'vu A fy . NJ, 1 14 ,Q ' ,A ySI' ,, ,, , - ff.: 'I " if , I-X54 I Ja. ' 'n tl. ' V-, ' , s., , 1 1' ,Hr A ,w M! :lr A- '14 'gm v,4IH,.:4A is . .lzaiirif ' I 'x ff" ci' 3. , u ALLAN COKER-Dallas JAMES N. CONNALLY-Tyler PATRICIA CONNOR-Tyler ROY COOPER-Whitehouse JEFFREY L. COPELAND-Tyler LINDA COPELAND-Santa Fe, New Mexico SANDRA COYLE-Rowlett ERNIE COY-Bellsville MARK CRAIN-Wauwatosa, Wisconsin PHIL CROSBY-Tyler PEGGY CROW-Tyler CASSIE CUMMINGS-Irving DAVID R. CURLEE-Waco KATHY DALE-Winona SYBLE E. DARBY-Jacksonville WILLIE s. DARDEN-Tyler EDWIN L. DATZ-Tyler LINDA DAVID-Dallas ANN DAVIS-Grand Saline JUDY DAVIS-Tyler NOLAN M. DAVIS-Athens PHIL DAVIS-Colfax STEVE DAVIS-Troup WALTER DEAN-Waco JIM DEASON-Tyler THOMAS DELANY-TyIer NIARES DENNIS-Tyler LOUIS C. DICKEY-Troup MIKE DOUGLAS-Mineola BRIAN DOWELL-Tyler V13 -IQ ms' . D , A-A-3 'T' if .F ' ,,.? ., 2, "QTY 4 -J is ONE SECRET FOR A SUCCESSFUL TEAM?-Having spirited cheerleaders like Bennie Ellis, LVicki Britton, Peggy Crow, and Gipsy Howard. .1 I JACKIE DOWNS-Tyler DON DUNN-Tyler GERALD EADS-Tyler av- ' 'u.Q5,: NORMAN D. EADS-Tyler NANCY K. EDWARDS-Dallas BENNIE ELLIS-Dallas Qi CAROLE ERRETT-Tyler eb, GALE ERVLN-Tyler . 3332 K if. ,,,.1j, f ,W x fj , X 1 A. . - f f 1R93-, L 52221 . --,,, womans WN l,J": '5", ik.- 3 ' t I 5 ,r LINDA K. EVANS-Troup DWIGHT EVERETT-Chapel Hill ROBERT J. FALKNER-Tyler CHRIS FAULK-Jacksonville JERRY B. FERGUSON-Tyler RACHEL FERRELL-Tyler JUDI FITZHUGH-Tyler JERRY FLEMING-Lindale JOE FORRESTER-Quifman MARY L. FOSTER-Grand Saline RONNIE FOUTS-Dallas ROY L. FRY-Marshall PAM FULGHAM-Brownsboro CAROLYN GARRETT-Dallas JINNY JO GARRISON-Tyler ROYCE GILBREATH-Van CHERYL GLASPIE-Tyler JAN GODFREY-Tyler ROGER GOETZE-Tyler BUTCH GORMAN-Winnsboro BRENT GRAGG-Palestine JUDY GRANT-Tyler Liv """b f'9 3. S' W"l"j'f 1. ff? ff NY, XA "5""v Ili ,gn R' H1 uf 1:- 55 Qi , Q 55 ie v. , , 'Ry' 4 ' '9 --' I - J ' QI, " ' 'ffk',nQ .1 . , ,qi ,ffg,q,, ,ha -if., , :' ,ml -, .:.:' '- 417: ' fp go, , f M , 1 f 2 A .zaf- ,,' 4,-.zf , .nf , V, 'cgi J W- ww-iatr " '-cf-X ,win 2- .. S W?" 1 . LJ" ' 5':5!3'3' ' "rf 4"i"'f9 LYNDA GRAY-Harlingen BARBARA GREEN-Tyler LINDA J. GREEN-Tyler WINSTON GREEN-Tyler VICKIE C. GREENWOOD-New Summerfield NORMAN GREY-Dallas JAMES M. GRIFFIN-Tyler ROBERT GRISWOLD-Tyler , BRUCE A. GRUBBS-Tyler CHARLES GUTIERREZ-Canion DELAYNE HAIL-Tyler DENNIS A. HAISTEN-Golden DANA HALL-Lindale PATTI HALL-Tyler BILLIE R. HAMBLEN-Grand Saline CHIP HAMILTON-Grovefon LARRY D. HANSON-Troup JUDY HANVY-Rusk MARIE HARKRIDER-Tyler BILLY HARRIS-Hawkins CHARLES L. HARRIS-Tyler PEGGY HARRIS-Tyler PAM HEARN-Mineola RONALD L. HERRON-Mesquite HERCHELL DAYTON CHOATE-Dallas PHILLIP L. HESTER-Tyler BRYANT D. HILL-Troup MICHAEL J. HOFFPAUR-Tyler HENRY W. HOLLAND-Tyler DOROTHY HOLMAN-Troup POSIN' PRETTY-Belles "clown" during the taping of "TaIent '66"-statewide television variety show to feature the Apache Band and Belles. The routines were filmed on the campus in November for showing in early spring. frffw---ff 01,0 is' AVF' NW QQ , , 7 . wiv Q I -an Nw-wi. mf"-'Q' ge . ' I. . -,. ' A! 7.1 4' , 'VIZ ' ,. " ' I ff IW? 5 4 . Q., W1 H I I . I 2 WI " is +2 .1 'Kuff M af ' V mm., I . i4 4 . ff..-'Q fx 39 D 'init' s.-f fi" iii? 9-Ta: ,N FSH Mr. .ga-nr' N9 -1-0' JOHN HOOD-Tyler BUDDY HORN-Mineola SAM HORTON-Dallas DALE HOWARD-Troup GIPSY A. HOVVARD-Hawkins CHARLES W. HUMPHREYS-Dallas LARRY G. HURLEY-Yanfis ROBERTA S. IVEY-Tyler COLON R. JACKSON-Grand Saline CHARLES E. JACKSON-Nacogdoches JIM JENKINS-Tyler SHERRY L. JENKINS-Dallas JOE JETER-Tyler JAMES S. JETT-McGregor CAROL JOHNSON-Dallas GENE JOHNSON-Tyler JANICE JOHNSON-Tyler JIMMY JOHNSON-Tyler Q if A wg VAN JOHNSON-Tyler WANDA M. JOHNSON-Tyler ,i H, CHARLES E. JONES-Tyler H. J. JONES-Tyler JANET JONES-Tyler JOHN JORDAN-Mineola MICHAEL JORDAN-Wills Point JOHN JUROVICH-Harlingen ELMER R. KELLEY-Big Sandy JANINE KELSEY-Tyler MARTHA J. KENNEDY-Tyler PATRICIA R. KIDD-Winona ICKHAN 5050 , Y f'2i.i5s?, T""' 1049 4 4 , ,V l ,fn "if ' '.. 2 'wwlihr 4 ., at ' ' ,.-f-noi. 'F' 4' l -H:-yy J ,9-lv' fl.. i oifwhd- 4'-If i z. 4 H' BEAUTY OR THE BEAST?-TJC students have fun rf' ' portraying a Kilgore College "Beau1'y" in the home- 4I A ' an s ' I if INR -RA 4. y , TW: lifwif' I ' WD' JANICE R. KILLOUGH-Atlanta, Georgia PATRICIA A KILPATRICK-Los Angeles, California 's A. ' "" ' I 'R ' I . any WRAY KINARD-Dallas I W , 1 ll . :C R I if, ' X pb!- ,gfqo-'i BECKY KING-Tyler ROGER KLINE-Dallas STEVEN M. KRAVETZ-Dallas KERRY H. KRIETZER-Dallas WILLIE B. LACY-Tyler V SHARON LAFERNEY-Tyler JOE M. LAMB-Tyler EDGARDO MERINO-Ruiz SARA LAPORSE- Peru ANITA LEE-Dallas TRAFFIC STOPPERS-The Apache Belles lead the homecoming parade in down- town Tyler. ' ,, ' .f ! H '1 t ' . A .,.. .,.h..,,..,,,....-. , U Y ull rw-.M A, I I I .gl V X H' A F1 , iff--E 2' I- aawlwf' 'Q ' N- f1iPMf" A DANNY LEWIS-Tyler JUDITH A. LEWIS-Tyler VERNON LEWIS-Houston DELMER LINDSEY-Beaumont STEVE LITTRELL-Waco BILLY LOCKEY-LaMarque JAMES G. LODEN-Dallas WILLIAM R. LOGAN-TexasC1Ty ROGER LOWERY-Tyler MEYDON LYMBERY-Tyler JIM LEUDERS-Edwardsville, Illmols VELTA F. MACKEY-Big Sandy JOHNNY MAJORS-Tyler JANET MALLOY-Tyler PATRICK R. MALONE-Tyler TOMMY MARCON-F1.Worth JOHN MARLOWE-Tyler BILLY MARSHALL-Tyler il Q 0-03 ' -013 23, I -sv-v-'nv WET' I - ' 6 3 , - . 15' 9 - -xi., . . .4 4, Q: 1, ,L K-F' -Q .gt .5 ff ,rf if rf A at 1? 1 . N ',,ff:f:.'J :size 1- 'N If ll.. 6,35 " . it eel Q, J X sf , , f sf Vw' ll N--.f I , BEVY OF BEAUTIES- Beauty candidates learn that there's work to be done before the big night of the contest. Pictured at a group meet- ing are Ginny Stanley, Sally Carlisle, Sandra Coyle, Jan Godfrey, and Marsha Adams. X, 1-' t:1' - sf f- K DAVID V. MARTIN-Jacksonville EDDIE MARTIN-Price JAMES R. MARTIN-Dallas HENRY MASS-Tyler JOSEPH P. MATACHINSKAS-Brooklyn, New York MICHAEL MATTHEWS-Los Angeles, California SHIRLEY MCCLAIN-Tyler JOE NICELROY-Troup g RONALD MCFARLAND-Ft. Worth LARRY C. MCGILL-Tyler ELTON DALE MCKINNEY-Tyler RICHARD I. MCMANUS-Tyler RODNEY MCMILLAN-Tyler NANCY MCNIILLEN-Troup PATRICIA J. MCMURPHY-Troup EDWARD D. MERRIWETHER-Rusk JAN MEYERS-Dallas CHERLYNNE MILES-Tyler CAROL MINGS-Tyler BILLY MONTGOMERY-Car1T0rl BETH MOORE-Jacksonville FREDDA s. MOORE-Troup JUDY Moorzss-Tyler MARY LEE MORPHIS-Tyler DOUGLAS MORRIS-Dallas FRED MORRIS-Pasadena JOHN T. MORSE-Quitman BARBARA J. MUNDT-Tyler LYDIA MURRAY-Houston BECKY NALL-Tyler ' ,-ftx 'uv' :L 1 . ."'x.fl ,L ao..-Q -qui JOHN NEEDHAM-Houston JANIE NEESE-Linden JIM NELSON-San Antonio JUDY NELSON-Troup WANDA F. NEWSOM-Lindale BETTYE NICHOLS-Tyler DIANNE NICKERSON-Dallas JAMES R. NOE-Quitman I JIM O'BANNON-Tyler RONALD E. PARKER-Tyler DARLENE PARSONS-Big Sandy RICHARD D. PARTNEY-Tyler CAROLYN PATILLO-Arp CHUCK W. PATMORE-Dallas CHARLES PATSEL-Ft. Worth ANNE PATTERSON-Tyler REBECCA J. PATTON-Tyler CAROL A. PAUL-Tyler STEPPING HIGH-The Belles do one of their famous high kick routines-a routine which caused one iournalist to liken the Belle class to a "training school" for future Rockettes, the famous Radio City dancers. BILLY J. PEACE-Canton LYNDA PEOPLES-Rockwall RONNY W. PERDUE-Tyler MARSHA PETERS-Tyler CARROLL PIERCE-Baltimore, Maryland JACQUELYN A. PIETRAS-Norfolk, Virginia NANCY PINKARD-Jacksonville LARRY PITTS-Mineola CHERIE PLUCAR-Tyler TOMMY POTTS-Dallas EDWINA POWELL-Tyler LESLIE D. PRUITT-Tyler fb 4 "1 , 'x gp, buy 3 f , I,,l,,,,-.f ff. fj.g,f'v' ' : 1 f - 0 J IK? - I .. W 'www .a - ,' 41:1 A.-r ,I 4 ,..,. hgh' L" 4i' I . ch in I ..,,"T, 3114" if 1" 4 4 V. -- Lf.:-: . A. ' "QA ,sa .. , 'L M. Q , q Qrrfi --nr ' -4'xQ. Q 'Q 5 in-ai 'Wuif' l 7 , . 19- ,J .-.4 N52 ,si - 53 ' A S fd 'I T ima-f ff-r"""' '15 Y Q.. ku.- J iii-Vg I -u-if N9 4' L :I I T MARION P. PUGH-Grand Saline KATHE QUATTLEBAUM-Tyler BETH RANNALS-Tyler JOHNNY RANISEY-Tyler KERRY RASBERRY-Whitehouse GLORIA REAGAN-Tyler ,, . M MQ- .X eel- RICHARD REESE-Houston Q .'R VIRGINIA REYNOLDS-Jacksonville M' , GARY R. RHEA-Waco A . III I , Q..- II' S If I ' rf .ff I I W ,IIIEIII I I I ,,'....,,m JERRY RHODES-Tyler LENDA RICE-Palestine PATSY RICHARDS-Quifman WAYNE RICHARDS-Van MICHAEL C. ROBINSON-Tyler JACKIE RODDY-Mesquiie JOE T. RODGERS-Lindale RITA ROGERSON-Marshall RUSSELL ROUGH-Dallas APACHE SPIRIT-The bonfire, spon- sored annually by Kappa Sigma Lambda Fraternify at homecoming, is a flaming sym- bol of TJC's fighting spirit. ALLEN D. ROUNTREE-Tyler JAMES M. ROZELL-Dallas WALTER SOLIE-Mapleion, Minn. GLEN SAMPSON-Troup MICHAEL SARAGUSA-Houston FRANK SAUNDERS-Paris WAYNE SCHAEFER-Tyler RODNEY W. SCHWARZ-Rusk BOB SHAMBURGER-Longview LINDA K. SHANK-Tyler NIGEL SHIVERS-Karmack DALE SHOUP-Van f,p9fxf,'73 1 t i 1---if i' 'S--7 '12 ,ww M eff 1 'Y ., -s, my ' 1' 'C' . '5 w-K Y-'xv sa y L. C, Q 'v V ., , . 3' TF? Ti Fl- -A1 --nr I TITQL 5235? ,- L- 'NWI' , HK ,. - Rf, ,f 1 I ' ' 227 , -I 35: ONE AND TWO AND . . . Band Director Eddie Fowler direcis members of the saxaphone section as they "work out" a special rendition of a song. FRED SIFUENTES-FT. Worih GENE SIMONDS-Tyler DARLENE SIMS-Lufkin JACK SKEEN-Tyler DENNIS SMITH-Tyler JEFFREY SMITH-Mineola RANDALL C. SMITH-Texas City JIM SMUTS-Tyler DAVID SPARKS-Tyler SUSAN SPENCE-Tyler DAVID S. STANLEY-Tyler BUDDY STANSELL-Pittsburg , n GAY STAPLES-Richardson DOYLE D. STARNES-Mineola JOHNNIE R. STEWART-Mineola TERRY R. STILLABOWER-LafayeTTe Ind CARL STOCKER-Tyler JANEICE STODGHILL-Tyler CAROLYN A. STREETNIAN-Paleshne STEVE SUBLETTE-Tyler FRANCES SULSKY-Tyler GARY D. SWINNEY-Arp DONALD TARRANT--Bullard RONALD TARRANT-Bullard TIMOTHY TAYLOR-Maydelle WILLIAM E. TAYLOR-QUiTman A. J. THOMASSON-Tyler KENNETH THOMPSON-Tyler LEON A. THOMPSON-Beaumont ROBERT F. TIDEMANN-Hearne PHILBERT A. TIDWELL-Tyner KATHLEEN TOMLIN-Lindale TOMMY Tofvxum-Tyler BRENDA TOMLINSON-Tyler WILFRED TOPP-Tyler CAROL A. TOWERS-Tyler EDWARD TROUTH-Woodville TOMMY TUNSTALL-Crockett SALLEE TU RNER-Clebu rne MARION VEITCH-Quitman NO CARD STACKING HERE!-The Belles are the best whether leading a parade, performing on television, or doing a tap routine with cards, as they do here at an Apache foot- ball contest. MICHAEL C. VREDENBURG-Tyler DONNIE WALTON-Tyler , ROGER D. WARD-Canton VIVIAN WARD-Tyler JACKIE WARREN-Tyler TERRY DON WATERS-Lindale BOBBY WATSON-Dallas KATHY WEATHERLY-Dallas JAMES WEAVER-Tyler LEE WEBB-Kaufman WESLEY WEED-Dallas ROGER WEEKS-Golden TOM WEISER-Tyler GLENN WEISSINGER-Houston HARRIET WELCH-Tyler MICHAEL VVHITAKER-Mesqune LINDA WHITTENBERG-Athens LINDA WHITTINGTON-Kilgore LARRY WILBANKS-Palestine LARRY WILBORN-Tyler YI ' an QM if .. 'J-k"1' .-:L ' ' gruwh' at-5 'rx vw" Oi 72.725 x- X A K 355 0 v Q ff . 4 1 K ' ,f 5 . A . S22 bfi-3" ' " ' 4 " 54 ff' KW, 'lump sw BARRY WILLIAMS-Grand Saline BOBBY WILLIAMS-Sherman BRYAN-WILLIAMS-Winnsboro JAMES WILLIAMS-Tyler LYNDA J. WILLIAMS-Tyler ROSE L. WILLIAMS-Frankston SHARON WILLIAMS-Tyler GARY WILSON-Tyler A LARRY WINDHAM-Nome JAMES R. WOLF-Canton PATRICIA WOOD-Arp DONNA WOODS-Ausfin SUSAN YARBROUGH-Dallas LINDA YOU NG-Tyler In Memorg of James Ronald Bice Tgler Freshman fn 4513 FREQHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Nlilehell Dale Vice-Presidenl - Michael Dale Qeerelarg - Joan Pederson q FRESHMEN QF? 5 .. - ' f F 'wil Y-A ' :v 1 V- I I 9. F- -I IDN Q . 'Q - 52 sf ,'w,,'5 . X 'I CY' 9 I IQ z . . 45' i . ,, ,. , , '.'. ff H 4 rx 'I l x "x N ' Q lil. S 'sn 13 if I IA ' 3' 'isesx W 1., "V ' rr-. 'I-I. ly 1 1 -L " 1 C ,dy xqrg .x N J. R J. '- VL - L. - :fl QI, Qiffhg I I -I. , ,, Q, 'ai gr f-Ii -LY ,Q 5 I .9 gp' .7 if? I , ff x, x .,,, I ,ag D .mn I " g 0 V. 4 I I I Q' .1 .3 vw , al, Q 'w " -.nil cn! , 1 31-4 Vx ,ui FE" - A , '43 fi gf,-A 1-bt 3 f""" , Aj ,' gg ld -I '51 BILLY W. ABBOTT-Lindale RICHARD M. ACKER-F1. Worth BETTY JEAM ADAMS-Winnsboro DOUGLAS ADAMS-Tyler IRISTENE ADAMS-Lindale JUDITH ADAMS-Waco MARSHA ADAMS-Tyler ROBERT E. ADAMS-Lindale TOM W. ADAMS-Van WILLIAM ADDINGTON-Garland JIM AKERS-Tyler ROY M. AKIN-Van ALLAN A. ALBINUS-Conroe DIANA ALEXANDER-Mineola LINDA LOU ALEXANDER-Tyler JUDY ALEXANDER-Tyler WILLIE J. ALEXANDER-Tyler CAROLYN ALLEN-Tyler JODY ALLEN-Tyler MARTY ALLEN-Ft. Worth SARAH ANN ALLEN-Arp BARBARA AMBURN-Tyler DAREL ANDERSON-Haskell MARION ANDERSON-Tyler RONALD C. ANDERSON-Dallas SUZIE ANDERSON-Tyler SUSAN ARMENTROUT-Dallas CLAUDIA ARRANT-Tyler BERNARD ALAN ASH-Houston CAROL ASHBY-Arp BARBARA ATNIP-LindaIe CARL EDWIN ANEORS, JR.-Dayfon CHRISTOPHER PAUL AUTRY-DaIIas DALE AYRES-Monahans GARY BAIN-Flint CLIFFORD BAKER-Tyler JOHN BAKER-Tyler SHEILA BAKER-Tyler SHERRY BAKER-Dallas MICHAEL BALL-Tyler CHRIS BARBE-Dallas LINDA BARBER-Tyler ED BARGER-Tyler BARNEY GIUVIORE-Tyler CARL WAYNE BARRON-Tyler v7,,,-,.. NANCY BARRON-Waco ROGER BARROW-Tyler DAVID BARTLETT-Tyler RICHARD BARTLETT-Lindale ROY MICHAEL BUTLER-Van CHARLES EDWARD BAXTER-Tyler RALPH D. BEAL-Canton MARGARET BEAMAN-Houston ' WILLIE M. BECK-Tyler -. A ' SHARON M. BECKHART-Dallas .- xv ,A . '- 12153: GWEN G. BEENE-Tyler DONALD NEILL BENNETT-Tyler JIMMY BERRY4Chandler WANDA JEAN BERRY-Frisco ELIZABETH ANNE BICE-Tyler Q JOYCE E. BICKER-Dallas MARIAN BIDDY-Tyler LINDA BIRDSONG-Tyler LINDA BIRDWELL-Tyler SAMUEL T. BISCOE-Tyler 1 x ' I X ISI 'I if A y 1 -rg, 1 'Y I GETTING THE WORD ACROSS-Sophomore Cheerleader Susan Spence leads the student body in a yell to boost the Apaches. av-X. .Q ,QD xv I Nl A, ,.'. A f' 1" ' "lr . T 5 I - if 59 u ,qV we :Q BETH BIVENS-Tyler ff R 4 A DANA BLACK-Tyler ' V , GLENDA BLACK-Tyler .. JANET BLAIR-Dallas ' ANGELA BLAKELY-Richardson R K3 L LQ W' 1 f 1 1 f 'ar I 51 9,2 . 'ez S RICHARD BLAND-Tyler NICKY BLEDsoE-chandler K+' 'W' JAMES BLooMQuIsT-Tyler 0-A DOUGLAS BLUNCK-Lake Jackson "..'L'-f' .J ROY LEE BOBBITT-Grapeland JOHNNY LYNN BOGLJE-van LARRY MAX BOGUE-Van MIKE BOHR-Tyler LINDA BOOKER-Waco """ 'J' RICHARD BOONE-Dallas HARRY BOSTIC-Adams, Indiana -' EDDY BOSWORTH-Tyler LEWIS RAYMOND BOWEN-Tyler BECKY BOWERS-Tyler GLENN EDWARD BOYD-Tyler inf -, X fi :V I .,V, i if ' 5 A E wr J Q 'Jr ..:l it GETING AN EARLY LOOK INTO JUNIOR COLLEGE LIFE-Tyler school boys gaze at the Kappa Sigma Lambda-sponsored bonfire during homecoming. Perhaps they will be part of a group keeping Apache tradition alive in five or six years. 3... I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I JOHNNY BRADBERRY-Tyler JAMES BRADLEY-Scroggins KATHY BRATTON-H. Worth JULIE B. BRELSFORD-Tyler STEVE BREWERTON-Tyler NEILL A. BRITTON-Waco VICKI LYNN BRITTON-Tyler JAMES JAY BRODT-Dallas SUSAN BROOKS-LaFeria THOMAS BROUGHTIB-Tyler CECIL DEWAYNE BROWN-New Summerfield DALLAS HARRY BROWN-Tyler EDWARD E. BROWN-Tyler DIANNE BROWN-Marshall MELINDA BROWN-Tyler NOELLA BROWN-Tyler BEVERLY BRYAN-Tyler FRAN BRYANT-Grand Saline LINDA BRYANT-Lindale DICK BRYARLY-Tyler TERRI LYNN BUCHANAN-Waco KATHY BUCKLER-Waco KATHY BRENNAN-Tyler PETER BURCH-Tyler SANDY BURCHFIELD-Tyler HAROLD DOUGLASS BURGESS-Van ROBERT BURLESON-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma DAVID EARL BURNETT-Chapel Hill LEON BREWER-Tyler CHARLES BURTON-Carlisle LINDA BURTON-Moody BOBBY BURTON-Tyler JANICE BUTT-Garland TROY DALE CAIN-Tyler THOMAS CHARLES CALLAHAN-Lindale LOUIS CALDWELL-Tyler RONALD EDWARD CAMP-Tyler DOTTIE CAMPBELL-ST. Louis, Missouri KAY CAMPBELL-Madisonville PEGGY CAMPBELL-Tyler SUZANNE CARIGNAN-Killeen KENNETH CARPENTER-Tyler ANTHONY BRUCE CARROLL-Texas City LINNAH MARIE CARROLL-Mineola WAYNE LEE CARROLL-Waco BI ff: arf. 1? , 5 I fu, A ,sv 3' ...Q 79 A I -2"f ' I , ,LQ ff TT' -1 L "Qs, L A -'ii 'A fff:gEA f in """As vy, J If f"" I 1.229- I I Wh, 3. , ,Y . A'-'I -4 v gk'-Q 1 fi! , QV!! ,.,,,, 3519! 5 I In x V. ,hs :L - , :YT ' 4311 Y 1 kviwfp' N -A ith I I ffl CAROLYN CARTER-Grand Saline JENNIE LOU CARTER-W00cIviIIe MELVIN CARTER-TyIer CYNTHIA CASHION-Waco JO NORA CATES-LincIaIe LYNN CAVENDER-Tyler KAREN CERNIAK-Garland ROY CHARNBLEE-Huntington RANDALL CHATAGNIER-Port Arthur BILLY CHATHAM-Tyler CLARENCE CHATHAM-Tyler CHARLES RICHARD CHEEK-Tyler PAT CHILDERS-Tyler PATSY JUNE CHILCOAT-Nocona LAUREN CHITWOOD-La,Crescenta, Calif HERCHELL DAYTON cHoATE, JR.-Dallas NICKI CAROL CHOATE-Dallas GINA CHRIETZBERG-Mineola JERRY MARDELL. CLARK-Gladewater NANCY CLARK-Tyler RANDAL CLAYTON-Brownsboro WILLIAM CLENEAY-Tyler ZETA FRANCES CLINES-Crockett PAT CLOUSER-Troup LINDA COATS-Whitehouse MARGARET COBB-Tyler JERRY COBBS-Dallas JOHNNY COBBS-Mineola EMILY COKER-Dallas CARLA COLLINS-Cleburne HAROLD W. COLLINS-Nederland JAMES COLLINS-Silsbee ROBERT COLLINS-Lindale TERRY COLLINS-Graham SHELMA ANN COMPTON-Rusk BRENDA JOYCE CONLEY-TyIer FREDDY L. CONLEY-TyIer JIMMY CONNER-Tyler DOROTHY JEAN COOK-Jacksonville FRANCES JEAN COOK-TyIer BRENDA COOPER-TyIer JOHNNY COOPER-Terrell SANDRA COOPER-Whiiehouse BRENDA ANN CORBITT-Winnsboro CHUCK COTTON-Tyler WHAT A BACKDROP-With a background like thus Student Senate President Davnd Chambers needs no props Homecommg queen nomnnees Ime up across the stage, as Chambers introduces them to the student body ln a specral campus assembly CHARLES DANIEL CUPP-Grand Prairie SANDRA COURTNEY-Frisco CLAIRE CRAIG-Tyler JAMES CRAIN-Tyler DONECE CRAVEN-Crockett CHARLES DWAINE CRAWFORD-Dallas FLORENCE EARLENE CRAWFORD-Lufkin BILL CROUCH-San Angelo VIRGINIA SUE CROUCH-Jacksonville GARY NEAL CROW-Tyler SUZANNE CRUSE-Tyler MICHAEL DENNIS CUTHBERTSON-Tyler BEBETTA ANN CULP-Dallas DAVID CURLEE-Waco MICHAEL W. DALE-Dickinson MITCHELL MAC DALE-Dickinson ANN DALTON-Tyler REDGER LEE DANIELS-Tyler CHARLES LEONARD DARK-Tyler PHYLLIS GAYE DARBY-Jacksonville .L ii ian.. 'UQ "Uv,- SPIRIT VERSUS "SPIRITS"-Apache cheerleaders support a rather unspirited "Kilgore Ranger" at a pep rally. The stuffed figure hung in the rafters of the Teepee as part of the Cheerleaders' campaign to boost TJC spirit. Cheerleaders are Cleft top, to bottomj Head Cheerleader Bennie Ellis, Vick: Britton Susan Spence, fright, top to bottomj Mike McQueary, Gipsy Howard, and Peggy Crow. gl , NN I 4 Y A7 X R itll K ilfii Q ,uf LQ e A 'SX YN, .A K 'R Q 1-Sv -1-sf . , , L 1 'X A uf-ff ' Q 1 Sl l sr... '-",x.,.',-1,1 , . A Wx up fx if-1 5- Jia- !-, : W H .,l ig M45 ut, f . -fr 5 fx 9359 Gd' , My "J 19' CARY OWEN DAVIS-Tyler HAROLD WAYNE DAVIS-Van JOHNNY DAVIS-Jacksonville PAULA DAVIS-Tyler PHYLLIS DAVIS-Jacksonville SHIRLEY MARIE DAVIS-Grand Saline OLIVER THOMAS DAWSON-Lindale DONNA DEAN-Tyler HAROLD N. DEAN-Mineral Wells HAROLD R. DEBONA-Richardson DAVID DEWITT DEAN-Wills Point MARGARET J. DENTON-Tyler DONNA DENTON-Winnsboro PAM DERRINGTON-Richardson HAROLD DICKARD-Madisonville JANET DICKERSON-Jasper KARON DICKERSON-Hawkins BOB C. DICKEY-Winnsboro DAVID DICKSON-Tyler MAURICE DISMUKES-Tyler CHERYL DOBBINS-Grand Saline MYRA C. DOBBINS-Tyler MILDRED DODD-Tyler MARILYN DOGGETT-Tyler JOHN J. DONAHUE-Dallas JOHN D. DORMAN-Honolulu, Hawaii SAMUEL T. DORSEY-Mineola DOUGLAS DUDLEY-Whitehouse CONNIE DUN-Tyler LEA ANN DUDLEY-Terrell IRMA ROSELLA DUKE-Grand Saline LINDA D. DUNCAN-Houston DAVID D. DUNCAN-Houston JOHN R. DUNCAN-Troup ROBERT L. DUNCAN-Dallas GERRY R. DUNLAP-Tyler RICHARD DUNN-Kaufman JUDY DYESS-Tyler JOHN M. EARNEST-Waco MAURICE EASON-Dallas ROSE MARIE ELKINS-Hamshire-Fannett CARTER ELLIOTT-Grand Saline PATSY ELLIOTT-Waskom MARTHA JANE EMISON-Irving RICHARD D. ENRIGHT-Tyler DENNIS E. EPPS-Beaumont MARVA NELL ERWIN-Tyler BETTIE ESTES-Tyler BETTYE EVANS-Tyler CAROL A. EVANS-Troup DON EVANS-Tyler MARY FAIRBANK-Tyler MIKE FAIRBANK-Tyler DON FAIRCHILD-Lafayette, Indiana JOSEPH FALSETTA-Denver, Colorado VICKI L. FANT-Jefferson ROBERT M. FARRELL-Dallas EDWIN N. TATUM-Longview CAROL FAULKENBERRY-Housion BILL FERGUSON-Tyler CHARLES FERRELL-Joinerville WILMA JO FINEFROCK-Tyler STEVE FISCH-Tyler JERRY FITZGERALD-Tyler JOEL FLEMING-Center 71:-, A , .fi-Axim' f,...:-ff ul L -iv In-4 .,. I, 'K ' iv-av' III ,E- C as I -finis- ,L,, , ,I - . .BI 5, W pa. , A 'U f I :L . ,- F5 0. 8 ' :gf 0 af . CBCC I III ' ' "I 9 1 I, 'X AM, 1 A I Ii fifwil . , - , I 'BI I .mL A - . - E LYNNUAL FLEMING-Lindale DONALD WAYNE FLOWERS-Beaumont I MIKE FLOYD-Tyler CHARLES FOOTE-Cfocken BOBBIE FORD-TyIer WILLIAM J. FORD-TyIer PAULA KATHLEEN FOSTER-Tyler I SANDRA FOSTER-Tyler WILLIAM FOSTER-Quitman I SUE FOX-Tyler I I STANLEY FOY-Dallas LYNDON FRAME-Tyler x CECIL w. FREEMAN-Tyler I SUE FRIEDLANDER-Tyler i KARL FRIEDRICH-Tyler I I I I I I I DONNA FRY-Tyler BOBBY FRY-Tylger TONY FULCHER-Mineola I DORIS GAINES-Tyler DAVID GANDA-RA-Tyler I I I I I MARGARET PEGI GRANT-St. Louis, Missouri NANCY GARLAND-Logansport, Louisiana I WILLIAM W. GARLAND-Tyler I JAMES RAYMOND GEHRING-Tyler X. BRUCE GHOUR-Mineola I I I CHERIE GILBERT-Van I DAVID M. GILBERT-Tyler LARRY GILBERT-Tyler I SANDRA GILMORE-Dallas I GLENDA ANN GIPSON-Tyler I I I I I SHERRY GLASPIE-TyIer I WILLIAM M. GOFF-Houston I RICHARD GONZALES-Jersey City, New Jersey I BOBBY GOODMAN-TyIer , BETTYE GORMLEY-Tyler ' I I JAMES D. GRAYG-Dallas CAROL GRAHAMS-Dallas DENNIS R. GRAHAM-Lindale MICHAEL SHARON GRAHAM-Tyler GAYLE GRAY-Waco LINDA GRAY-Waco BEVERLY GREEN-Tyler PAUL M. GREEN-Tyler PAM GRIGGS-Tyler VIRGINIA GRIMMETT-HOUSTON III SO THE ARMY THINKS THEY MARCH A LOT!-Led by Band Pruncess Pam Gruggs the Apache Band keeps a stranght Ime as they march Ln the Texas State Rose Festrval Parade They also march at all home football games the Homecommg parade the Tyler Cnty Chnstmas parade and at specual appearances at such natlonally famous spots as the Cotton Bowl and the Sugar Bowl JAMES LARRY GRAHAM-Tyler RANDALL R. GROGAN-Dallas DICKIE GROOMS-Tyler NANCY GUINN-Rusk MARY EVELYN GUTHRIE-Troup STARLETTE HADDOCK-Tyler PAT HALRE-Tyler LLOYD M. HALE-Tyler JIMMIE T. HALL-Tyler MARY HAMBLEN-van DONNA HAMONS-Tyler MAC HANNA-Poynor GARY HANSON-Tyler CAROLYN ANN HARE-Quitman ROBERT HARDING-Tyler RUSH HARKLEROAD-Tyler JOHN HAYS-Tyler CAROLYN HARRIS-Elkhart DANIEL D. HARRIS-Wills Point BRAD HARRISON-Dallas dvd . . f I x . SHEILA HART-Waco GAYLE HARTMAN-Tyler TRAVIS HARTSFIELD-Tyler DEBBIE HATCHETT-Waco CONNIE HAWKINS-Tyler HOWELL DWAYNE HAWKINS-Irving JAMES D. HAYS-Tyler KAREN KAY HAYNES-Anahvae PATRICIA HAYNES-Tyler EDDIE DON HAYTER-Tyler DAVID W. HELMS-Tyler SCOTT L. HELSLEY-Dallas LOU GENE HENDERSON-Longview TERRY DON HENDERSON-Jacksonville JIM HENDLEY-Houston RICHARD D. HENDLEY-Dallas GARY HENDRICK-DiboII JOE MACK HENRY-Winnsboro CAROL HICKERSON-Seagraves CYNTHIA HICKLEN-Tyler BARBARA HICKS-TyIer JUDY E. HIGGINS-Sherman BRYANT D. HILL-Troup LINDA HILL-Arp RICK HILL-Garland TONY HILL-Tyler ROBERT HILLIER-Tyler STEVE HODGE-Canton CECILE HOFFMAN-Midland JIMMY HOLCOMB-Kaufman GARY A. HOLCOMBE-Dallas KARON HOLLIFIELD-Tyler BILL HOLLINGSWORTH-TyIer LYNN HOLLINSHEAD-Tyler ALLAN HOOD-Rusk EUGENE HOOD-Tyler JOANN HOOD-Tyler JO ANN HONEYCUTT-Tyler ARLIE R. HORN--Beaumont JOSEPH L. HOURIHAN-Boston, Massachusetts DELAYNE HOUSTON-Tyler DEWEY HOWARD-Center LINDA A. HOWE-TyIer BENNIE HUDGENS-van DAVID HUDSON-Tyler CAROLYN HUGHES-Tyler KAREN HUGHES-Tyler RANDY HUGHES-Tyler SANDY HUGHEY-Tyler FREYA HUNKER-Dallas ROBERT A. HUTCHINS-Tyler ANN HYNEA-Tyler SHERYL IRBY-Tyler DANNY JACKSON-Tyler JERRY W. JACKSON-Grand Saline LA WANA JACKSON-Tyler EARL JAMES-Tyler SUSIE JAMES-Tyler GEORGE JARRor-vvooavme LARRY JEFFERSON-Dallas ROGER JENKINS-Mauckport, Indiana VICKIE LYNN .IENSONHLancaster NARITH JIVASNITIKARN-Lumpang City, Thailand JOE JOFFRE-Grand Prairie PAULINE J. JOHNIGAN-Tyler 'Ivi- ir" ,sa A J 2, 'U' "" X -, ' S 'R I od' uf" A w-4 ,X lip! as ,of 'i 6 ,xy lf X--4-if Maul vi ,zo .M FQ AI! fd ,nge GIVING THE INSTRUCTORS A TIP-Math Instructor Mrs. Mabel Williams listens intently to sophomore Terry Don Waters at the annual "Top Prof Banquet" sponsored by the Baptist Student Union. The banquet gives students a chance to do some "apple polishing" with their favorite instructors. ff., A ' l 1 ewitff L V., 4 ,mv . V vii? --.ss f wr-Q' f .0 5 R-I ' . I Lam csifsw EE-t .4 . Sophomore Don Dunn has it made" ai the Baptist Studen Y? -'+i-,... TERRY JOHNSON-Tyler. CECIL J. JOHNSON-Tyler DONNA JOHNSON-Tyler DELORES JOHNSON-Tyler EARNEL JOHNSON-Tyler ELAINE JOHNSON-Tyler EVA DORIS JOHNSON-Tyler JAMES W. JOHNSON-Canton JIMMY JOHNSON-Tyler JOHN EDWARD JOHNSON-Tyler KAREN JOHNSON-Palesiine LEE E. JOHNSON-Tyler LINDA JOHNSON-Tyler GAIL JOHNSON-Tyler MARK JOHNSTON-Tyler MAY PEARL JOHNSON-Tyler MIKE R. JOHNSON-Tyler MINNIE RUTH JOHNSON-Tyler NORMA E. JOHNSON-Tyler PATRICIA JOHNSON-Beaumont qu!! t Umon Back To School DONNA JONES-Tyler JIMMY JONES-Van JOHN JONES-Tyler RITA JONES-TyIer MARY JOSLIN-Gilmer DANELL JOWELL-Tyler ANN Juno-Tyler SHARON E. KANTZ-Dallas MIKE KATZ-Dallas DAVID KEAHEY-Canton FAYE KEE-Concord MARY L. KEE-Tyler JIMMY KEELE-TyIer MACK D. KELLAM-TyIer PAULA KELLEY-Big Sandy JOYCE KELLY-Tyler SYLVIA KELLY-Whitehouse RENE KEMP-Dallas ANGENE KENNEDY-Tyler CAROLYN KENT-Tyler MARY KHAN-TyIer PATRICIA D. KIDD-Tyler WAYNE KIDD-Dallas GLORIA KING-Tyler GERALD KIRKPATRICK-Tyler MARY KAY KISER-Whitehouse TEENA KNOWLES-TyIer PHILLIP KOONCE-Grand Saline MARVIN KRASNER-Tyler MICHAEL B. KUCERA-DaIIas PETER KURSTING-Waco .IOYAL LACKEY-TyIer RUSTY LA FERNEY-Tyler CARLTON LAMBERTH-TyIer PAT LAMBERT-Tyler SANTHA SUE LAND-Lindale LARRY LANDRUM-Garland SAMMY J. LANE-Uvalde CHERYL LANGSTON-Tyler JIMMY D. LASSITER-WaC0 BRUCE LAVES-Tyler KENNETH E, LEACH-Sf. Augustine LARRY LEONARD-Tyler THOMAS ANDERSON-Dallas ANITA A. LEE-Dayton 11. -,'f' , gm 9, J ntl . 4' A I ix Y .ff 4 I Z1 4,41 1' -. ix, I 3 1 GLENDA F. LEE-Troup KATHY LEE-Tyler LARRY LEEWRIGHT-Tyler WYN LEINHART-College Station BUTCH LESTER-Tyler KEN LESTER-Houston SARAH M. LEWIS-Waco BETTY LILLY-Whitehouse DOUGLAS LINGO-Tyler JUDY LITTLEJOHN-Tyler JERRY LOGGINS-Tyler CATHY LONG-Tyler SHERYL LONG-Troup LINDA LOU LOPER-Jacksonville GAY NELL LORANCE-Tyler GARY D. LOUGH-Whitehouse SUSAN F. LOWRIMORE-Okemah, JAMES LLOYD-Alba DONNA K, LYNCH-Tyler HENRY L. LYON-undale Oklahoma A STILL LIFE PICTURE-Sheet music, drums and other musical instruments lie silent in the band hall, but folded pages and polished instruments show the band puts in a lot of time and work perfecting its playing. ROBERT D. LYNCH-Lancaster TERRY M. MABRY-Tyler JOE LARRY MAJORS-Tyler KATHY MALLOY-Tyler ORVEL RAY MARETT-Grand Saline TOM MARCHBANKS-San Antonio BOBBY MARSHALL-Seagoville RICHARD MARSHALL-Tyler DANE MARTIN-Bedford JUDY ANN MARTIN-Tyler NORMAN D. MARTIN-Waco RANDALL MARTIN-Troup RANDY LARRY MARTIN-Price LINDA MASCALI-Tyler RUSTY MASE-Tyler LARRY MATTHEWS-Tyler LILA MAXWELL-Tyler MIKE MAXWELL-Tyler KATHY MAY-Tyler MARY ELIZABETH MAYER-Houston CAROL ANN MAYFIELD-Kaufman MARCUS M. MAYNARD-Tyler LEONA R. MAZINGO-Tyler WILLIAM A. MCBRIDE-Shreveport, MACK N. McCALISTER-Tyler PATRICIA R. MCCAULEY-Tyler SHARON L. MCCOWEN-Garland JUNE MCCOY-Tyler KAYE MCCREA-Tyler SHARON MCCULLOUGH-Tyler JOHN MCCROY-Dallas FRANKIE MCFARLIN-Quifman JULIA MCFARLAND-FI. Worth LINDA MCGILL-Lake Jackson JIM MCGILL-Kirbyville CHERIE MCGINNEY-Tyler MARGARET MCGINNEY-Tyler MICHAEL MCGINNEY-TyIer MICHAEL McQUEARY--Ft. W0rII'l CAROLYN L. MCINTYRE-Palestine MIKE MCINTURFF-Arlington DENNIS McKAY-Rusk KAREN MCKEMIE-Tyler HOLLIS MCKENZIE-AIba MARTHA MCKINZIE--Tyler L nv . 'gui Y I W-53,5 . - ,TTL 'i :Fi ,... APA J. .fa ,ai IWW 1 W. -7 X Gi M4 51 f""15k Milfs' 'T ir"-'Y . ..,. . Q-Q F5 . 'qw - A 4-w--if 3' , - --- Y - 7 :-L ,IW '4:::r:::::ur:f7frrunn1vvu:-vvfn-!-v1rMQl?i!l Q' 1 6 W-. L4 Q. 1 ,A U' W E 4 5 1.- 4. . T' f ' v . ., N. 'M - K. f ,. . , 5?- JL, 1 .f ,N f 'Jil ' X 5 .. W ,xnxx fm Q , AJ T J :Twig .if ff my . 3 I' . TERRY MCLENDON-Peer ROBERT MCLEOD-Tyler ROBERT W. MCMILLAN-Winnsboro JOHN H. MCMULLEN-Tyler GALE MCMULLEN-Tyler ZONNA MCNAIR-Dallas MIKE MCQUINN-Tyler JO ANN MCWILLIAMS-Tyler GEROGE E. MEADOR-Houston JOHNNY MEARS-Tyler RICHARD L. MEARS-Tyler FLOYD MEEKS-Garland SUZANNE MEHNER-Rusk RAY MENDIOLA-Tyler RAY MERRIT-Grand Saline SHERRY LAVADA METCALF-Bullard SETH MEYERS-Dallas BONNIE MILLER-Houston NANCY MILLER-Tyler DONNA R. MILLS-Winnsboro BOBBY MIMS-Jacksonville LINDA MINNICK-Jefferson GARY J. MITCHELL-Dallas JAMES R. MITCHELL-Dallas ROSE ANN MITCHELL-Garland NANCY M. MONCRIEF-Dallas RITA F. MONCRIEF-Beaumont GARY L. MOON-Van CARLESS L. MOORE-Tyler LARRY F. MOORE-Tyler LUCRETIA ANNE MOORE-Tyler PEGGY JEAN MOORE-Tyler JAMES L. MORA-Groves DAVID MORGAN-Tyler MARY JEN MORGAN-Tyler SHARON MORGAN-Dallas JUDY E. MORPHIS-Tyler MARY E. MORRIS-Lindale RONNA KAYE MORRIS-Waco RONALD MORRISON-Tyler LOYD MORRISON-Emory RONNIE MOSS-Palestine STEPHEN LEE MOTT-Lufkin KENNETH H. MOUNGER-Dallas KATHY MUSE-Tyler .IANE NALL-Houston JUDY NANCE-Tyler MONTY D. NATlONS-Van RICKY NAVARRO-Grand Saline BUSTER NAYLOR-Anahuac BRENDA NEAL-Longview CHARLOTTE NElGHBORS-Tyler CAROLYN NEWBURN-Tyler MILTON L. NEWSOM-Richardson CAROLYN NICHOLSON-Tyler TOMMY NICHOLS-Dallas LARRY WAYNE NORMAN-Waco JAMES NORRELL-Canton WAYNE E. NORTHCUTT-Crockett RUEL M. NORWOOD-Tyler MOLLIE o'oEARY-Waco WILLIE E. OLIVER-Tyler PAT OLSEN-Tyler RONALD H. OSBORNE-Tyler SAMUEL H. OSTEEN-Hawkins THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES-Joe Parnell serves Jud: Fnzhugh a cold drunk durmg a pause at the long and tednous regustrahon at the begnnnmg of the semester. Jack Skeen waits for hrs turn The Baphst Student Umon served over 5000 drunks durmg regustrahon iw ,xx Q Sie R af x X x. ..LX ., , 'MY' X: . lx - .M ' A ,A -L . A g2,3-.gqgsg gi, K J ,av . ., "WV, .pu IA J vi If N'- 4-w L 04 Nba Q , A 4 'I Tw I ,721 'ihil T-F I :i ,fi - 'XXIII ...fi f Azzmzflgg Q 2, X x.p57 RCE? ,R I. R , ,E Pdf YZ-7 . -Y., , A me i , I 'J A 1' .A , f W--A -A f 525' i:..' xi . , ' N II -E 373 we I I in 'W I. A9 . 'TIE' 4. I ' LL' ,I J. Ask- urvlfi' if u 9"""T 4? Q GARY OWEN-Hawkins JOHN PALMER-Tyler LEXIE PALMORE-Tyler LINDA PANEK-Dallas PAM PARISH-Houston LARRY A. PARKER-Grand Saline SANDRA PARKER-Carthage THOMAS G. PARKER-Mineola JOHN L. PARNELL-Yantis DONALD E. PASCHAL-Garland LINDA PATRICK-Tyler BILLY PARTRIDGE-Tyler R. GENE PEAVLER-Tyler JOAN PEDERSON-Minot, N. Dakota EARL MICHAEL PENIBERTON-LIrldaIe TERRY PENN-Tyler RANDY C. PENWEXLL-Irving DARLENE PURDUE-Landale KAREN ANN PERKINS-Ponta ELOYD PERRY-Tyler RONNY R. PERRY-Tyler GREGORY J. PETERS-Tyler WALTER PETERSON-Houston PHILLIP GLEN PETTY-Kermit SHERRIAN KAY PETTY-Van GLORIA PHILIPP-Dallas HERMON W. PHILLEY-Whitewrighf ROY PHILLIPS-Tyler JOHN PIERCE-Fort Worth LARRY S. PIERSON-Tyler DANNY PITCOCK-Dallas RUDY PITTMAN-Lindale DEBORAH PLAISANCE-Elkhart JOHN POLLAN-Tyler WILLIAM TOM POLLARD-Grand Saline DANNY POOLE-Richardson RHONDA POPE-Sulphur Springs JERRY M. PORTER-Dallas BENNIE PORTWOOD-Tyler RONNIE POTTER-Carthage ROBERT J. POTTER-Tyler MARIA POULIDES-Richardson JOHNNY RAY POWELL-TyIer ELZY PRATER-Tyler IRIS PRATER-TyIer 1-PQ ' .1 .J-if I4 KEEPING THE DRUMS WARM-Barry Williams relaxes on the bass drums during the homecom- ing bonfire. But Mitchell Dale doesn't stop the music and Apache spirit rolls onward. JUANITA RAMEY-Henderson CHUCK RANEY-Tyler STEVE RASBERRY-Tyler CELENDA RAY-Tyler KATHY RAY-Tyler JERRY RAY-Quitman JOHN PAUL RAY-Tyler LINDA E. RAY-Flint LOUIS IRVING RAY-Winnsboro MILTON LEE RAY-Tyler SUZANNE RAY-Tyler MARTIN READ-Tyler SUSAN MARINE READ-Dallas JANET REID-Tyler LYNDA REID-Henderson DAVID REEVE5-Richardson CHARLES W. REVILL-Big Sandy DOROTHY ANN RICE-Longview SAM RICE-Wichita, Kansas DIANE ROSEMARY TICHARDS-Dallas TOMMY PRESHAW-Port Neches CATHERINE J. PRICE-Tyler SANDRA PRICE-Richardson MAURICE GERALD PRIEST-Tyler LINDA PRINCE-Tyler GARY D. PRUITT-Tyler STEVE PUCKETT-Tyler STEVEN L. PUCKETT-Waco GARY RAGLAND-Dallas MYRA RAGLAND-Dallas Chiu G 3 Ce ..., M-1' QTL' ,rx 'S ii , Q,- Q-v I 4 .n'-" E-- ,7 - .....,.................,.,.- ,..-....,..-Ag,,,,ni, 7 m4,gll'l BARBARA GAYLE RICHARDSON- CAROLYN RICHARDSON-Tyler RUBIE RICHARDSON-Tyler GARY RICHEY-Nederland .IESSIE PEARL RIDER-TyIer LARRY RENLEE-Lindale DIANA RETCHLESS-TyIer JIMMY REX-Tyler GLENDA ROBERTSON-Mart FRANK P. ROBESON-Centerville LINDA M. ROBINSON-Tyler TRICIA ROBINSON-Tyler THOMAS ROBUCK-Tyler LARRY D. RUSHING-Irving JAMES RUSSELL-Rusk SHARON KAY RUSSELL-Hursi KAREN KAY RUTHRAUFF-Tyler BECKY RYDBERG-TyIer DENNIS CRAIG RYDER-Palestine BARBARA SADLER-Troup I ll I HOUR AFTER HOUR AFTER HOUR Members of the Apache Guard Assocuahon beat the 'rom-tom during homecoming. In a continuous mghf ULF CWI .ii O r - X ,' h ' X if 5f5k:'gh:1A ,Ll ' n', f A Ii' .GLIQQL I' '53 1 I --I-- ,. x f . X I , K' W 1 II PHILIP M. SADLER-Alba DANNA SANDERS-Tyler LINDA KAYE SANDERS-Tyler PAUL SANDERS-Tyler JUDY SAITERWI-IIIE-mer JOSEPH SCARBOROUGH-Tyler BENEDICT SCHOLZ-Wylie RONALD RAY SCOTT-Tyler YEVETTA LA VERNE SCOTT-Winona PATSY SEELINGER-Kilgore SUSAN SELMAN-Tyler RANDALL SERGI-Dallas SYLVIA SESSIONS-Jacksonville SARA LU SHANDS-Mesquite GLENN R. SHANK-Dallas LEE SHANKLE-Richardson KATHY MICHELLE SHAW-Winters JAMES EARL SIDES-Tyler SUE SIEBER-Arp JAMES A. SHIELDS-Tyler PAULETTE SIMPSON-Tyler RANDALL SINGLETON-Tyler LARRY SJERVEN-Tyler RONNIE SKAGGS-Tyler RICKY SLAYTON-Tyler JOHNNY SLOAN-Grand Saline JANIE SMITH-Tyler FAYE LYNN SMITH-Bullard GALE SMITH-Tyler GERALD BRUCE SMITH-Tyler JAMES RANDALL SMITH-Tyler JUDY SMITH-Tyler LARRY SMITH-Tyler LAURA A. SMITH-Whitehouse NANCY SMITH-Dallas REX SMITH-Irving STEPHEN SMITH-Tyler TAULEE SMITH-Dallas WILLIE B. SMITH-Odessa WYLEY D. SMITH-Tyler DICK SNIDER-Dallas JOHNNY SNYDER-Mineola RONALD w. SAULLS-Grand Saline SHARYN SPARKS-Tyler DENNIS SPENCE-Tyler ' 'E' ' IWW' - I ,ef A, H , 4' . .. I i " I fi X... Egg, ' . f' ,FI , 1, -' ff 9 ,L V I I 'JI Er Kb Y 'TY If , Elfiir P 34-4-fvf X- . . Aw LAUREL RAE SPENCER-DaIIas BRENDA SPIER-Tyler JANE SPIVY-Bonham SHARON SPIVEY-Tyler BETTY STAMPS-Jasper CAROLYN SUE STAMPS-Dallas KENNETH STANLEY-Mineola SUE STANLEY-Tyler HELEN STAPLES-Tyler RONALD STEED-Winnsboro CAROL STEEN-Tyler CAROL STEFFERS-Chicago, Illinois RONNIE STEGALL-Houma, Louisiana JOHNNY STEIN-Hempstead JANE STEPHENS-Tyler LARRY STEPHENS-Dallas LINDA STEPHENS-Ivanhoci PATSY STEPHENS-Tyler ANNE ROBERTS-Tyler TOMMY STEWART-Tyler NANCY STINE-Tyler JOHN STINEMAN-Tyler MARY JO STOKES-Daingerfield ARIS DEAN STONE-Tyler ELIZABETH ANN STOUVALL-Tyler DOUGLAS ST. PIERRE-Tyler TERRY JOE STRICKLAND-Tyler LINDA STRINGER-Tyler DAVID STRIPLING-Tyler ANN STRONG-Crockett WILBUR S. STRONG-Hearne VICKI LYNN STROUD-Tyler DENNIS SUTTON-Troup JAMES MICHAEL TATE-Tyler PATRICIA A. TAYLOR-Tyler KENNETH E. TAYLOR-Tyler MAUDE TAYLOR-Tyler RONALD T. TAYLOR-Tyler BURSON A. TEMPLE-Haskell WALTER E. TENNYSON-Lindale EDD TERRILL-Lufkin KATHRYN ANN TERRY-Tyler TED LAWRENCE THAMES-Tyler RICHARD D. THEDFORD-Tyler BRANDA THOMAS-Mineola DAVID THOMAS-Forney DONNA THOMAS-Tyler LYLE THOMASSON-Crockeit DONNA VERDEMAN-Cenfer mi CHARLENE THOMPSON-Lufkin DENNIS THOMPSON-Lindale JACKIE RAY THOMPSON-Mineola JUDY VENABLE-Tyler Z4L'vr1' ' 2"7:.f1::?fpW LYNDA THOMPSON-Fort wonh , RANDY THRASHER-Richardson CHUCK TIDWELL-Waxahachie VI WILLIAM VICKERY-Tyler ""' f A I HERSCHEL W. TIPTON-New Summerfield GARY TOMLIN-Tyler A 1 GARY LYNN TONG-Irving ' ,4 SANDRA VINSON-Tyler CYNTHIA TOWNS-Tyler GORDON TOWNSEND-Dallas RICHARD TRAYLOR-Terrell -A v-nl' PHILLI P WALDRUP-Mineola STEVE TRUSHAM-Waco BETTY TUCKER-Mineola MARCUS TUCKER-Dallas JAMES WALKER-Tyler SHERRY TUCKER-Hawkins JANE TUEL--Tyler EDDIE TUNNELL-Grand Saline JUANITA WALKER-Tyler VIRGINIA TURNER-Mineola BRENDA TUTT-Winnsboro BETTY TYER-Tyler CANDISS WALLACE-Dallas ADRIAN TAPP-Tyler DON URBANTKE-Waco MELVIN WALTON-Tyler LANA JO WALLACE Kaufman 81 iii.. I IT NEVER WAS LIKE THIS ON THE FARM-Sophomores Gerald Rhodes lleftb and Dennis Smith lrightj entertain their dates at a Halloween hayride, sponsored by the Baptist Student Union. Y .11 'Sm Ro- . in -. II I T ,. Y ln I ln' If f L lm, law. 0 551? SHIRLEY ANN WALLACE-Tyler TED WALTERS-Zapata JERRY WARD-Tyler JERRY WARREN-Tyler SYLVIA WARRICK-Pittsburg RUDY WATERS-Tyler DONNA WATKINS-Mesquite PAUL WATTS-Oxford, Massachusetts RICHARD WEATHERS-Tyler ALFRED E. WEAVER-Tyler 3 LYNNA KAY WEAVER-Tyler MELBA WEAVER-Tyler sTEPHAN:E WEBSTER-Dallas LARRY WEITZMAN-Dallas BILLY WELCH-wannsbofo SUE WELCH-Grand Saline SUZANNE WERNETTE-Tyler LARRY WEST-Waco AL WESTMORELAND-Tyler ROBERT B. WHALEN-Dallas KAY WHITAKER-Tyler RONALD WHITLEY-Tyler CAROL WHITTON-Tyler JAMES WHITWORTH-Houston LARRY WICKHAM-Tyler ROLAND WICKS-Tyler KAREN E. WILKERSON-Austin BELINDA WILLIAMS-Tyler DONNA WILLIAMS-Whitehouse FRANK R. WILLIAMS-Grand Saline 1' .I JOHN WILLIAMS-Houston JOHNNY WILLIAMS-Tyler ROBBIE WILLIAMS-Sherman TOMMY WILLIAMS-Tyler TONY WILLIAMS-Lindale ROSS E. WILLIAMS-Tyler RACHEL ANNITA WILLMAN-Tyler DANNY G. WILSON-Fort Worth SHEILA WINTERS-Tyler MARY BETH WISE-Richardson LORENA J. WITHERSPOON-Tyler RICHARD D. WIXOM-Tyler J. C. WITT-Dallas MARTIN A. WOLCHANSKY-Shreveport, La. DAVID WOLFE-Lindale DOUGLAS D. WOMACK-Tyler PATRICIA ANN WOOD-Tyler DONNIE WOODS-Mineola IOLA MARGARET WOODWARD-Valleio, Calif. DANNY WYLY-Tyler LANA YEAGER-Tyler GAYLAND ZABCIK-Tyler ABEL ZAPATA-Tyler A PORTRAIT OF SATIS- FACTION-Band Director Eddie Fowler looks as if he has nothing to com- plain about as he directs the Apache Band. ' Rf z Ji 2 'B td . New ,.-ns. yr MX N mx, x 'wk 'N CAMPUS LIFE Faces mirror -L -a. .... ,-- INFLUENCE BY THE BEATLES-Julie Brelsford, wearing the lonq bangs popularized by English singing groups, pauses for a meditative thought. 'PEP-Sophomore Vance Burnham figgr during one of ine basketball zz J i 3 phases ol' campu life GO, APACHES!-Basket ball fans go all out cheering the Tribe at TJC field house. PREOCCUPIED WITH HIS STUDIES Tyler freshman David Gandara concentrates on a WONDER WHAT HE'S HEARING!-Bob Os- borne listens intently to a lesson in Ian- guage. Students use earphones and tape re- corders set up in in- dividual booths to learn to "say" as well as "know" foreign lan- guages. 5 S i'A , gg, .4, . E' J CAUGHT IN THE ACT-Sophomore Jinny Jo Garrison looks up from her work with a flirtatious smile and a mischievious twinkle in her eyes. M, f Courses. labs demand hour TO STUDY OR NOT TO STUDY-That is one of the problems facing college students and Linda Blanchard has decided in the affirmative. Here she concentrates on an assignment in the library. ,uv K P05 qvpiu, STUDENTS HELP STUDENTS-Lab assistant Kathy Dale assists John M. Williams during a lab session. Freshmen making good grades in their science courses and showing traits of dependability and good character often get part time work as a lab assistant during their sophomore year. sw, 'a tx i LABORING IN THE LAB-Biology lab students work on a dissecting proiect. All science students are required to take a weekly lab. iii u 'H -0- C D. CC wan' as Q13 .Q A STUDY IN CONCENTRATION-Freshman Karl Friedrich con- centrates on an assignment in journalism lab. Like scores of other iournalism students armed with pencils, copy paper, and typewriters, Friedrich used lab hours for writing stories, headlines, and cutlines for the TJC Pow Wow and local newspapers. tw, -' vs N L 2 .4 . .mf- .-.. -w-a nr.-..,,-ma W 41'- Fig s . A rf' 1 ""'f"'1r, .. I' l ly UNTIL THE BELL TOLLS-Students re- lax while waiting for the bell to signal tlre start of class, Jr tn Williams sits with his back against the wall, Mike Gilbert smiles at a personal ioke, and Bill Bell puts his feet up. 'Y I L2 , . 1 f if 'll IF THE HAT FITS-Yvette seems tothink maybe she needs another size as she adjusts an Apache Belle hat. Sophomore from Orange David Chambers listens sympathetically while Belle members Ginny Stanley and Cheri McGinney smile at the problem. Actress Yvette Mimieux visits TJC N A . ,1 s. s' 'fi' ' f.'w'ae scans a newspaper article about her arrival in Tyler before r ...rg pt F be-ra Green and Ginny Stanley. Film actress Miss Yvette Mimieux was greeted by Apache Band and Belles when she arrived at Pounds Field airport Sep- tember 23. Band, Belles and students welcomed the blonde starlet to the TJC campus at a pro- gram in the TeePee. Miss Mimieux stopped in Tyler during a five-day publicity tour for her new film, "The Reward," a contemporary drama produced by 20th Century Fox. During the Texas tour she also appeared in Austin, Dallas, and Houston. This is spam . . . STRATEGIC STRATEGY-Coach Babe Hallmark advises Larry Tilton on a gridiron play. AN APPLE A DAY-Apples may not keep the doctor away but Apache EMBRACING THE WORLD-Freshman Cheerleader Vickie Britton gives an ' nth 'a t'c ll brac'n st re as she h I s lead a cheer. Band Princess Pam Griggs finds they do give her the vitality needed 9 US' 5 ' a 'em ' 9 ge U e P to lead the band. FORTY WINKS-Apache Belles catch a cat nap as they return from a road trip by bus. While some sit and watch the traffic pass, others find "putting their feet up" is better than "putting I their heads down." f5 W I Y 4 S STATE OPTK AL. SEE ANYONE FAMILIAR?-Students and other spectators line the City Square and streets waiting for the Apache Homecoming Parade featuring the Apache Belles and Band, Queen nominees, and school officials. x Qherrg Tucker reigns over Home NOT A CHANCE-Apache Guard John Pierce and R'chard Reese "su S I p. port" a battered figure of a Kilgore Ranger. L 5 Kll ok , . 1-.. Q -it . - . . ,::,'--.- TTY C TJC's Homecoming activities began l a.m., October 14, with the Apache Guards' annual tom-tom marathon, and ended with the Homecoming Dance, l a.m., October 17. Other activities included a pep rally, a bonfire, the Tyler-Kilgore football game, Homecoming and Rose Festival parades, and the election and presentation of the Homecoming Queen and honor court. Sherry Tucker, Center Hall's nominee from Hawkins, was selected Queen. Lynda Peoples of Dallas, Kappa Sigma Lambda Fraternity, and Peggy Crow of Tyler, Cheerleaders, were chosen princesses. Duchesses with their hometowns and organizations were Shirley McClain of Tyler, Sans Souci, Pam Lindley of Tyler, Home Economics Club, Teri Buchanan of Waco, Pow Wow, Fredda Moore of Troup, Apache Belles, Freya Hunker of Dallas, Apache Yearbook, Sandra Coyle of Rowlett, Alpha Delta Chi, Jan Godfrey of Tyler, Stu- dent Senate, Joan Pederson of Tyler, Debate Club, Jen- nie Northcutt of Frankston, Las Mascaras, Darlene Sims of Lufkin, To-Kalon, Beverly Green of Tyler, Rodeo Club, Betty Jane Kniffen of Tyler, Sigma Sigma, Mary Jane Kiser of Whitehouse, Drafting Club, Karen Wilkerson of Austin, Apache Guard, Carol Mings of Tyler, Phi Theta Kappa, Nancy Edwards of Dallas, Apache Band, Gipsy Howard of Hawkins, Vaughn Hall, Carol Hensley of Midland, Claridge Dorm, and Maria Botello of Tyler, Texas Eastern School of Nursing. QUEEN FOR THREE DAYS-Homecoming Queen Sherry Tucker, freshman from Hawkins, presided over the three-day home- coming events. The bubbly red-haired beauty was announced queen at a pep rally at the Tyler Court House. She was the nominee of Center Hall, boy's dormitory. Besides leading in the homecoming activities, Miss Tucker and her two princesses, Lynda Peoples and Peggy Crow, rode on the Tyler Chamber of Commerce float in the Texas Rose Festival Parade. :oming activities IBS Q., V A P..,- 'ang' 'wfffm , Jfggsan.. yu, A ROYAL LINE-UP-Nominees for homecoming queen form a line as they are introduced to Queen. .,,,1 , , . K.- fm' l H f?" a pep rally crowd. Miss Tucker lthird from rightb was named ks -as -3'.'J'?.." 'J 5' Zvi? ' f.. 1 , V, -8.511 Saga J 1 1' QE 4 ,L THE FLAME OF SPIRIT-Cheerleaders Vickie Britton and Peggy Crow stand before the homecoming bonfire in a special study of a night lit by flames-flames of fire and flames of hope and spirit for the homecoming period. LIGHT AND FIGHT-While the bonfire lights the night with its special type of homecoming warmth, Head Cheerleader Bennie Ellis leads the fighting Apaches in a yell. A SMILE FROM FREDDA-Apache Belle Duchess Fredda Moore, sophomore from Troup, smiles as she rides in the homecoming parade. I mmf lil!! 1 Spirit rules supreme ati il. 1 l I l l I i 1 I i u Y f AN APACHE WAR CRY-Band President Jim Connelly, sophomore from Tyler, en- courages the football team to "Beat the Beerboys" at the homecoming contest against Kilgore-neighboring "wet county" foes. lomecoming if Wg, y, 4+ 5 N 'lt , 5 ME, FRIENDLY APACHE, UGH!-Freshman Don Flowers, Apache "Indian" with the Apache Guard Association, is a colorful figure as he ioins in with homecoming spirit. fW.',A5f'g'fQcf' 'S' ' A -uwwu-2 - .VM WU . . ,1ZT1.--3gf1m,- . x,k,.,f3f77i'. ,'1'-2yf,,:f:4x.'f""...fgf Wx, I 1 Y . f R M. VM-X41 f.w.:':yq,-W Vg,,J,f'..af:,-,,g-, 11 ..,f,A5.t V .,,.. , .4 rw., H. Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill I I ll! 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ALL POSED AND READY- Apaohe Belles pose before the camera for the opening shot of the session, and six long hours of tedious filming be- fore the final takes were made. I-levision special. "Talent '66" '1 l i Barbara Green is crowned "Mosh 4 ?? . Y.: . ky ' ll I , rf, i i it t i s' , "'q, .eg-,aa X-""I"'-v t 5 I - - 'Y TIME OUT-Judges pause for refreshments after interviewing each of the beauty contestants. They are Mrs. Jim Swink, former Miss Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Frazer, experienced beauty iudges. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-Ken Carter, TJC sophomore and local radio disc iockey, had the "task" of announcing the beauties at the annual Beauty Contest. 115 57 3 . ' t.' 1 ' 'S - inf'-. , J .4 , ft s . . ., .., Y V M' f s 75. 54 et .,,g,, V z4,4:i 'w 3' Y Vtb via: 4' , 't 5 : 7 ka, M f gg. 1' gg we 3 5,14 .ysygp-4 VE, 1 .qi I ,-l.v'y W , g. Sl. at '.-Sir, in 514 ' tx I L. l L 5 V. , 14:11. 'T i X. Q5 vw ' Q .1 THE HEAD AMONG HEADS -Queen Barbara Green awaits with the other girls backstage while the iudgeS retire to make their final de- cisions. Beautiful" ROSES FOR A ROSE CITY BEAUTY-Student Senate President Vance Burnham presents a bouquet of roses to Barbara Green, Tyler sophomore, crowned Most Beautiful Girl on Campus at the annual TJC Apache-yearbook sponsored contest. Miss Green, a slender blue-eyed brunette won the contest as a rep- resentative of Phi Theta Kappa, national iunior college honor society. ll ? l l l PRICE OF EDUCATION-Freshman Sheila Hart is one of the countless collegians who will find that the cost of ,E education in terms of money is not nearly so much as f the price the uneducated must make in every day living. Fiscal Dean Richard Barrett fills out the tuition receipt. l ,jf , .3. 'H Students register for spring semester LAB DISTRIBUTION-Chemistry Instructors Bob Osborne and James Wicks assign lab hours to a chemistry student. 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J.. , - . bv- 'rr 4- -A 4 . -'-"Y 'lsr ' 'LZ' W ff' ', 1, -. M- - 'f ' f -- Seb- - rs- 'v . .- s- - . f.- -" , 1 1- 7 ' , K - -9 is , - cf 'V .' -- an . -arf , .- - Q-M. - - 1 1. - P- . X-L 5--.'.""Z 'sr-.5'.-41'-'rf -' 9, tl." T w'.a'I.A43--"'5r ' ' - ."' ". ' THE SHOW MUST GO ON-Apache Belle Chief Eva Saunders reaches for the errant skirt of Belle Iris Prater during the dedication ceremonies of the T. B. Butler Fountains January 28, in downtown Tyler. While the band played "The Saints Go Marching ln," while the Governor of Texas watched, while hundreds gasped, Iris Prater lost her skirt . . . but not her poise. The Tyler freshman laughed tears and kept going. Transmitted to the Associated Press in Dallas, this picture, captured by Pho- tographer Jerry Arnold, ran in a dozen rnaior Texas dailies following the incident. Iris loses her kirt, but not her poise I f as I x 9 . fi - Q i if W ' -s. -la 4 .Lf kg S. u l0l ,rt T K-3 1 if In 1 ff O 9 OOH, IT HURTS-Sophomore Vern Lewis grimaces as he rubs a swelling ankle iniured during an Apache basketball game. Lewis had his leg wrapped in ice but refused to leave the floor. Instead, he propped the leg on a chair and sat on the sidelines cheering his team on in true Apache fashion. Fighting Spirit . . . Q -fi ' 1 M . "Hn ' rr ll , ,- ':T fl-:via . .. l New . 'f . J 'NJ Vu . L, 'I .- ' ' fx " ' ' 5: me FZ - Qii-ii vii' l. ,V ' ,P , by a 4 438' 'I L 5 A REAL SNOW BALL-Mary Morphis, Charles Golenternek and Edwina Powell have a "ball" amid the falling snow. READY, AIM-Two students meet in an impromptu snowball fight be- tween classes. The snow prompted plenty of snowball fights, ducking and snow sculpture by the more creative. sl'-' 3 Q -ag, an-nr" ,. .LV "'sM',q, V G in wif- I .u ' V 'Q . . 9 'W 6, -ww: nk... l. .Jug-P "Nw X Hn ,U 24,4 DOUBLE FEATURE-Keyed up spirits at the Apache-Kilgore basketball game resulted in an extra on-court contest. Here Vern Lewis tries fo loosen the hold a Ranger has on Don McCorkle. Referees quickly broke up the skirmish and the game proceeded smoothly with TJC winning. pr gf: . 3, F -.- - . Y- . isis ',4Pi" ,...f Q' 1 ' , ff 1 'f 44 .. , 4+ , v . l '7 9. L im' we A BABY, lT'S COLD OUTSIDE-Students find that snow and slush look pretty but really do little in the ' way of keeping feet dry and warm, lt' "snow" fooling . . . -4-nv-,, x 4" A W. K4 ,gl '4s 'N ,. . 71 ml 1 -P fifw L' L .L -S if ffflff' ' ' 'E 'i"f I "1fa'lf L ' 9 ,ll ,I ,Q . 3 !: gig it ll 1,7 f 1115522 lil 5:,'2fr1." , I l r, . Q-,, gd., ai n , , A .5 4' 3 -..7. y ktxl !'i11iff?5 lm It-gf, . Ill? Ml l l.1 m, 551 lil lttig "' , 1. 'r 'alll :xiii " SNOW QUEEN-This lovely lady ruled over the pus when the "white stuff" fell in February. 1 4 im 1 ,wg I Y . . px' i0 'I J P, sf., 2:2 I gaze 5 .47 CHECKING THEIR GUNS-Ronnie Skaggs and John Palmer check their guns with Pat Malone before the shooting match begins. NOTCH NUMBER ONE-Bob Burney raises his gun for a "shot" in the quick draw contest. ' 4 I I a-6 IF I MISS JUST RIGHT-Maybe, I'II get a free coke. Two gun sIinger's shoot it out in the fast draw contest won by Ty Thomas. -swf' QUEEN OF HEARTS-Sophomore Jim Connally a "reaI cowhand from TJC Iand," shuffles through his special deck of cards. Reservationf' ON YOUR MARK, FIRE-Jim Smutts fans his "shooting iron" in the Teepee Contest. ,nv gsm- Q MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE TEEPEE-Cowboys lounge in the student center watching the contests. Robbie Robinson won the heaviest beard contest and Mike Harris, the "coolest- f looking beard" contest. Y i 1 4 tlurns Cowtown 1 .vwimy . RENEGADE ON THE RANCH-Von Cox donned an Indian head band for the three days of western wear. PRETEND THE TARGET IS WHO?-Mike Chambers tries his hand in the fast draw contest. I gn, f A 25' Q -fs sm, Aww 4 .A f ' P f- if WN W' m 221 .fi m, MH , 3 may ,. N, "W L ixx:':'1' ,.,A givglw 5 J Mfiisxrga sity H '?"5i4'i naw was fs. ws was lm -limi Nil , H is DRGANIZATIONQ , , 'f 1 If iw i .3 E L. fa "FREE OF CARE"-Members of Sans Souci Sorority are Ibottom to topj Susan Armentrout, Linda Lindgren, Sandra Vinson, Shirley McClain, Ann Streetman Peggy Crow, Laurie Spencer, Linda Loper, Jody McFarland, Betty Gormley, Nancy Bowling, Sue Crouch, Janet Reid, Dottie Campbell, Sandy Price, Karen Walker son, Judy Martin, Judy Davis, Kathy Bratton, Martha McKinzie, Sally Lewis, Nancy Barron, Sharon Russell, Gay Staples, Linda Patrick, Cheryl Glaspie, Cynthia Cashion, Nancy Smith, Carol Graham, Lynn Bernbaurn, Sheila Hart, and Lea Ann Dudley. Sans Souci Sorority 1-.l "ent Vice-President Q teerman Judy Davis Dfticers 47S QS ,B to Treasurer Jan Godfrey i Secretary Advisor Peggy Crow Shirley McClain Susan Arrnantrout Nancy Barron Lynn Bernbaum Nancy Bowling Kathy Bratton Sally Carlisle Cynthia Cashion Karen Cerniak Pat Clouser Carla Collins Sue Crouch Ann Davis Lea Ann Dudley Susan Garrett Cheryl Glaspie Jan Godfrey Barbara Green Bettye Gormley Sans Souci L m.. 5 :Qs 195 Qi' 9.4 UM- KW? ,XX 7"h-W i' '40 M flzff-" ,i I , rv 7 it SX I ,, Q34 A N vw' W! in ,yn Q-'N 455 Us hu... Hina.- .J x . x Carol Graham Sheila Hari Linda Loper Linda Mahan Jody McFarland Shirley McClain Martha ANlcKinzie Fredda Moore Sandy Price Rogene Russell Nancy Smith Taulee Smith Louise Spencer Ann Sfreefman Frances Sulsky Sallee Turner Karen Wilkerson art!"- ' ul-M ' 5. , , I A fx, . at Q at Qs yrs- 19 .c"? 57- x 'Vs 1,4 any C95 TD A SWINGIN' GROUP-Kappa Sigma Lambda '65 Fall Actives are Hop to bottom! Sponsor Tom Tooker, Wesley Weed, Tommy Potts, Doug Morris, Rodney McMillan Hank Wagner, Jimmy Kent, Jim Leuders, Ronnie McFarland, Gary Wilson, Dick Lucas, Kirk Weaver, Tommy Marcom, Carl Stocker, Fred Sifuentes, Barry Pennington Mike Saragusa, Ronnie Fouts, and Bob Osborne. l I if Qld Kappa Sigma Lambda ralerniig f Kappa Sigma Lambda FraTerniTy proudly displays an afmosphere of brofherhood and also renders numerous services To The sTudenT body of Tyler Junior College. AcTiviTies begin early in The fall semes- Ter when The fraTerniTy accepTs pledges. Homecoming closely follows These acTiviTies, and Kappa Sigma Lambda underTakes The job of building The annual homecoming bonfire. The arrival of The new semesfer brings open rush, and new pledges are accepTed inTo The fraTerniTy. In February Kappa Sigma Lambda is The sponsor of a Three day "VVesTern Week." The high- lighTs include beard-growing, cigareTTe-rolling, and quick-draw con- TesTs, and an informal dance in The Teepee. STudenTs are asked To wear wesTern clofhing or pay The consequences-a iail senfence and a Ten cenT fine. Kappa Sigma Lambda makes up parT of The college life for many male sTudenTs and conTribuTes To many worThwhile projecTs for im- proving The image of Tyler Junior College. 'aa in-Q... Q- X ' . Q is ifgs C Dale Ayres Mike Britian Ron Cormier Bill Crouch Demo Diones Irv Donosky .Aa '..J?tix ' , V444 , ,L-M11 W M x.,"""f ' b Don Evans Charles Foote Ronnie Fouls Lyndon Frame N Forest Guest Kappa Sigma Lambda Fraierniig V 'I EW TWG' Hfflviii' Av-6 ibaufal' 1097 in 'W' 'fini' SHG' i llama -M., - ., um. 18-f W 1 I 250- - 'ywibkze htm ww .fir r 9-.. ff-asf , V V' . 7lk1 n ,vast V 1, Juv 1,242 f 1 www '-' 5-" .. , C M Y .. V-41312 M. 4 av . - w-nw: ti? 'imdb any ,. Ve- Xifff f Wu . Y .V hdlwi 'uri ww' me .an .-e 4- 7 . . 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X Q,-gf L. fc IT'S ALL IN THE "VEW-POINT"-Kappa Sigma Lambda members don't even try X to restrain their fun in the homecoming parade. sv t' 'Nw 'ilt ,K . A Y K Q. 0 9 .hx "" ""Nn--- 'E ,2 X S -K TW ll' ,lg ' 'QNX is ' .M , i X E' K Mike Harris Jack Holland Tim Holt Danny Jackson Jimmy Kent Johnny Kirkham ir--4 'SVQO E "ist, IN THE DRlVER'S SEAT-Jim Lueders turns chauffeur for President H. E. Jenkins and Fiscal Dean Richard Bar- .55 ,f l,,, X ret in their homecoming parade car. """" H5 .-by fxizil 3 112 Aim in ms ..... . - ' .7si"-wb aw W we . with ue V ,-.4 ra ll-dl .351 -1 ff 'lun lil 3 M- ff- 1 . , -it vga' Lf-. x ,,+,, . ,, .ng - gang' 5 ,, . me 2:-1. . -mm: M--.cas Intl: i ' ' wo: 1' mi., lf, 33 1 -,- 'Y bfwrlv v.g,m V il ' 'r ll 45 ' kwa-f -ns-fiat i nf. 4z".::,a V, A. w is-PM usa: v.v,gw: , ' S1 , 'Q 4, Irma! avg" ig!! -A ' . mmf- ., wwe a-Us QU? 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J Wf. al' A fraternity "shindig." If WANTS TO JERK?-Robbie Robinson and his date dance , -If-41" 'L Vf A vu' "iff:-fwfr' , ff I'f,a'?" " ft Hina: ' Ez? ' Q 1, 45 ' ., , J. gy by L v .I J Q if LIVE Jive-Kappa sigma Lamb- L L 2 da members and their dates 'J live it up at a fraternity party. 9 bg HL ' M I f , X I V fa . . A f M--A 'fp-nualvwf-wana-o9vf"'4"' 1 Q U Q O 1 FALL OFFICERS, 1965 Top Row Eddie Vetter- Sponsor Kirk Weaver- Senate Representative James Lueders- Public Relations Manager Douglas Morris- Vice-President Wesley Weed- Secretary Tom Tooker- Sponsor Boftom Row Ronald Fouts- Treasurer Richard Lucas- Pledgemaster Ronald McFarland- President Kappa Qigma Lambda raternitg Ax Qx :risk in-,-. Qffrvx .Lv - A m X "i:,Lf"'r Jim Leuders Dickey Lucas Tommy Marcom Mark McDonald ROFWG McFarland Rodney MacMillan l I7 Y, VP Y Y-A-..........-..i::..,. 3.2. 75.-fq,,,,,.-. xdfjiw Robby Robinson mr ,S L- ,- Duck Thedford Tommy Tunstall Kirk Weaver Wesley Weed Edclre Wulkuns Gary Wrlson ON THE BAND WAGON The Kappa Sigma Lambda members gather for a portrait m the parkmg lot r v .rw f . fi,y:ll"' flag. '- in 'W :Z 7? Q N it 'fi , , 2.5 - , 12 49,1 , Af' 1 E ,ug get 4 , A' ' V 'life 'Ty ' IP? I , 'sg , if Lfipf- ,' 1 . vig ' r f' 1' -73? ' '. " "' 75f5if"f"'ls"1i' J: f - ,gf - -v,:,m, f' 'Wt' ,N - , U , , 'ff 5' wha, 7, -53 1 -' 1 igizailf 21,2 if 1 Q. 'X'-,vfwfff , -f " ffm ,ajf'r,fi,f fi.: y " 4 gin ' 1717 '. A ,. .,. f, , y 5,1 - 52: V F '3'-732 '-"fu, C r ' e t xi" f,,1. , 4.ff4f'.f fl, I I 184'-,' .s wig- , J' 'f'z211"f5 '- g , .1',I'49v? -' r WHOS GROUCHO MARX?-Mike Mclnturf takes a drag on a cigar. He's dressed n a Mexican type poncho and straw hat reminiscent of the Old West. ,-1-V l WONDER JUST HOW TICKLE-Y THAT BEARD IS-Coeds gather at the sidelines watching the contests in the Teepee. PARTIN' IS SUCH SWEET SORROW, PARTNER-Tommy Marcom consoles Peggy Crow in the calaboose, Peggy was one of the "renegades" jailed for failure to comply with "Cow1own" laws. lIQ Z , -gy! 1, is I l i ,. l I I. l 1 l l l i . l l ll ll il l l 9. l 1 l ! , i -l 3' PRELIMINARY PLANNING-Ken Thompson, Janet Malloy and Mike Douglas, sopho- more staff members, sort through pictures to be used in the Apache. PAPER WORK-Business Manager Judi Fitzhugh works on the business end of the yearbook. Apache Yearbook ,xv-9' . - Iif' f siwii -1. f f .V f , . we 3 '::""' ,ig ' . ' 3 -3' 'lf L. WHIP HOLDER-Sponsor Mary Burton supervised and checked all staff work. Here she looks over a back issue of the yearbook. '- Y a , 4 ff 5. Q-'ll C ,451 v ! ,156 NZ' C -i 1.-..pf'-vrmwawmv-'ffl' , ' 'f 'VTSPF PICTURES-Ken Lester and Robert Tide- cu,,lt ilae mounds of pictures taken to decide .H 2 are best for publication. i SAY WHAT?-Whether the subiect says "cheese" or simply smiles, Photographer Steve Fisch takes hundreds of pictures. ,fr fx lT'S A SURPRISE TO ME-Freshmen Daniel Harris Larry Ste hens, and Fre a Hunker I P Y study the layout plans of the 196 Apache. 5 AN UNUSUAL MOMENT OF QUIETNESS-Apache Editor Anne Patterson, sophomore from Tyler, takes a moment out of her busy schedule of plan- ning, co-ordinating and supervising the 1966 Apache Yearbook. YOU PUT THAT PICTURE ON WHAT PAGE?-Sophomore staff members and Mary Morphis discuss their ideas for the faculty section. ,ff 1 fs 'E' if Edwhlna Powell, Kay Whitaker 7 f V Z115ElI?Gi'2ITK'!x.!'-7 -J fr: 'N 1 fr' fi -...,,NM 49-.8 TEEPEE TEST TOAST-A right answer on a pop test won a bet for sophomore iournalism students and the instructor paid off with drinks in the Teepee. But Mrs. Preiean had the last say and along with the cokes and coffee, students were given another test. Giving a mock toast are Anne Patterson, Mary Morphis, Tom Weiser, Fredda Moore, Blanche Preiean, David Widener, Hugh Fant, Winston Green, Mike Hoffpauir, Steve Claggett, Wanda Newsome, and Dana Hall. 'v in ,M '. if-'..'.fig'.i tWwi, fit,.' ltslliftgsft ' it 0-71:12 5 ' ' 'lit i1i?fl.f"'5 I if . CONSULTATION PERIOD-Tom Weiser con- sults with lnstructor Blanche Preiean about news story techniques. At the same time, Winston Green takes the facts for another article over the telephone. Be- cause of the large number of staff mem- bers Csome 70 in alll, it is not uncommon to find several in the office at one time working on different phases of "putting the paper to bed." DIGGIN' UP THE FACTS-Dana Hall, Hugh Fant, and Wanda Newsome check through the clip- pings and back issues in the file room as they gather information to make their stories accurate, newsworthy, and interesting. THEY MAKE THE POW WOW POSSIBLE-The advertisements that Business Managers Mike Johnson and Bennie Ellis sell, and plan make it possible for the staff to print 14 issues each school year. Wow ALL THIS lS JOURNAL- ISM, TOO-Gathering the facts and writing the stories are iust the be- ginning of putting the paper together. Sports Editor David Widener makes up a page and assigns headline sizes to Steve Cleggett and Fred- da Moore. ,fum Marg Morphis. Editor USING THE ENLARGER-Photographer A. J. Thomasson works with the enlarger in the dark room to get a picture the right size for publication. K . 4 'U' ' 'V W --M ...N ti .-mx 'flag :V 4: arf All f' i s- irfataltul ' , r 5215" :Q 22? HH ,' 1.5. 2 ,,,,. f ,WA q..4, tif, 227: P Q? H 48' - , vii . ' ' ff' 3 ,V he f- .QM Hay' 1u'1"., 'e 4 :osg fl, , 'r is :F'. ? V "'2.!'L f ., fe .2112 i ' QQ!! - ,P rzvff , A V ' f 'P' : 7 f ,Q . , . Q' E gg 6' ff? . s 4' CAMPUS "BRAINS"-Members of Phi Theta Kappa, national iunior college honor fraternity, are ftop to bottoml Jerry Falkner, Norman Grey, Jeff Copeland, Jimmy Moody, Johnny Maiors, Terry Don Waters, Doyle Starnes, Jim Jenkins, Dick Whipple, Billy Montgomery, Dr. H. E. Jenkins, Dale Caffey, Betty Nichols, Eclwina Powell, Linda Kay Evans, Wanda Newsome, Carol Mings, Rachel Ferrell, Sponsor Lena Exum, Elaine Burgess, DeLayne Hail, Brenda Tomlinson, S ble Darby, Pat Kidd, Dianna Huff, Nancy McMillian, Jan Godfrey and Barbara G . D ' ' reen r. Jenkins is an honorary member of Ph' Th K Y C Phu Theta Ka ppa I eta appa. iv STUDY TAKES FIRST PLACE-But Phi The- ta Kappa Officers al- so keep involved with hundreds of other campus activi- ties. Officers are Re- porter Wanda New- some, Secretary Ed- wina Powell, Vice- President Dickie Whipple, President Jim Jenkins and Treasurer Terry Don Waters. WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE-Dio kie Whipple and Terry Don Waters repair a hose at the club's car wash. uf ' s K A w if , , ,QV-Q yi" , , mr 1 ' f '4- ---- is li! PERSONALITY WITH BRAINS-Carol Mings, Tyler soph- omore, was Phi Theta Kappa's nominee for homecom- ing queen. INITIATION CEREMONIES-Johnnie Ruth Stewart signs in at the fall semester initiation service while Doyle Starnes waits his turn. Supervising the ceremonies are Edwina Powell, Jim Jenkins and Dickie Whipple. link gun, if' , W7 E- J, ,. ,,..4..,:,.,.... ps.. ,,,k :Iwi ii F1111 if ,,,,., . ,,,,-i if L.. gp dm .A FRIENDLY MAIDENS-Members of To-Kalon Sorority are: Hop to borroml Pegi Gam, Jane Nall, Becky Rydberg, Sandra Coyle, Eloise Raskin, Carol Johnson, Charlene Thompson, Susan Lowrimore, Jan Jeskey, Pam Hearn, Cindy Landwermeyer, Elaine Burgess, Francis Clines, Darlene Sims, Janet Blair, Janice Butt, Rene Kemp, Angene Kennedy, Nancy Edwards, Anita lee, Carol Hickerson, and Jo Nora Cates. To-Kalon SororiTy, organized in l927, is The oldesT SororiTy on The TJC campus. lTs name is derived from an Indian phrase meaning "Friendly Maiden." The sororiTy is symbolized by The red rose and iTs colors-red and vvhiTe. T-K aims Tovvard a devoTed sisTerhood and a happy medium be- Tvveen civic and social acTiviTies. The social aim is The enTerTainmenT of iTs members and Tellovv sTudenTs, and The civic aim is The beTTer- menT of Tyler Junior College and Tyler. To-Kalon proudly works hand-in-hand vviTh iTs broTher TraTerniTy, Alpha DelTa Chi, ThroughouT The year. They sponsored an all-college i'i,if?1fisTmas dance, a casual parTy in March, Three bingo games, and :fill-college picnic. The organizaTions vvere also civically acTive, spon- aC3ia'5l"lQ parTies Tor The children of The Tuberculosis hospiTal, giving an EasTer Egg hunT Tor reTarded children, and Taking parT in The Crip- pled Children's and Cancer Drives. - 1 M. lx Q5 Eu. . fx he Sandra Coyle Kathy Dale Nancy Edwards fm .Ck fb Pam Hearn J .A ""'X .-.ni Dottie Campbell Jo Nora Cates Frances Cline Emily Coker Jody Allen Chris Barbe Janet Blair Elaine-Burgess Janice Butt 'To-Kalon Officers Sandra Coyle, Secretary Elaine Burgess, Reporter Darlene Sims, President Anita Lee, Pledge Mistress Carol Johnson, Treasurer Pegl Gam Barbara Chitwood, Vice-President Knot picturedl Kathy Dale, Historian Cnot picturedl r--X x Carol Hickerson C, , 'Q - lf N U . 0 I 1 c Q C P 'z -. M- - - Lf ' f'- r ' 'wwf .arf A ,fa I -Y ,L if ' ks lzzll-5 '-V '..,, O Q EF' J , is lf? n - yrs. ' t J A 1 , S, 2-QM. , , " X 5 M.-:s,. . 3 r fy i Q s s 25:10 I .I' rf, K 0 'r:' L-Q- T225 Q L fr Jan Jeskey Sharon Kantz Rene Kemp Ann Kennedy Cindy Landvvermeyer Anita Lee Judy Lewis Susan Lovvrimore Janie Nall l x AREN'T WE PRETTY?-To-Kalon Charlene Thompson pledges pose for the photographer in liltle girl costumes during initia- tion. ,i , .. f i g . L, 5., . ., ., nf, 1' 'Li' idli, l. A lf' If T 5 I 4 BUT SOMETIMES lT'S FORMAL.-To-Kalon and Alpha Delta Chi always sponsor an all-school Christmas dance. DO AS YOU'RE TOLD!-At least through initiation the pledges have to obey the actives, even blindly at times! To-Kalon Sorority Y" l NQWX' BlG BROTHERS-Alpha Delta Chi members are not only big brothers to their To-Kalon sisters but also to the children at the Tuberculosis Hospital. l l29 l.?s 4? Af.. ,Q- -'I-W T 4 THEY MIX FUN AND SERVICE-Members of Alpha Delta Chi are Hop to bottom! David Hersman, Frank Saunders, Doug Hill, Joe McElroy, Larry Gilbert, Randy Thrasher, Glenn Shank, Steve Davis, Sponsor Robert Glover, Bobby Hutchins, Marty Wynn, Lloyd Hale, Don Paschal, Dalton White, Denver Briars, Butch Mcleod, Mike Matthews, R ell Ch p J' y H lland, John Yarbrough, Rush Harkleroad, and Gary Clem. From a beginning ot nine charter members in l96l, Alpha Delta Chi has grown to thirty-six members. This fraternity stresses service to the TJC student body and bro- therhood among its members as its primary goals. Each year Alpha Delta Chi and To-Kalon, its sister sorority, co- sponsor the all college Christmas dance. This year the attendance set a record with 3ll students. AAX and T-K also sponsor an Easter egg hunt for the crippled children ot Tyler. The group has also done civic work for the senior citizens at Sunset I-lome, and given a Valentine party at the chil- fi:5rei'i's Ward ot Tyler's tuberculosis hospital. 'Through a program of public service, brotherhood, and social func- fiifiplria Delta Chi supplements the academic program at TJC preparing the young college man for a prominent position in to- America. , l il 4. 'ilk dk -ii Q- Denver Briars Gary Clem Russell Chapman Mitchell Dale Steve Davis Larry Gilbert A tm Q-. :. M -nr R 'R 'N 'W-I.. ts 1:-v 'vs- Lloyd Hale Rush Harkleroad David Hersman Doug Hill Bobby Hutchins Mike Matthews MY HERO!-Randy Thrasher entertains a cute little girl at a party the fraternity hosted with To-Kalon for children at the East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital. SERIOUS STUFF-Larry Gilbert, Mitchell Dale and Vice-President Gary Clem listen attentively at a fraternity meeting. l l l i A ' 1 3 45 "- E 05 tain X l i QQILT? X . 'Q 'f' X , rf ,fax 6:1 1 1 nys W ttlla .hs ' - QW' lx Qi T JYLQS, QAQ 'i 1 Es l Joe McElroy Robert McLeod ig' ,M 'T'- X sir... 15... Ronnie Moss Don Paschal Frank Saunders Glenn Shank Randy Thrasher Dennis Ward ,Q Alpha Delta Chi Fraternity 1965 Fall Oflicers Joe McElroy, Secretary-Treasurer Frank Saunders Student Senate Representative Steve Davis President Doug Hill, Pledgemaster John Yarbrough, Reporter Gary Clem, Parliamentarian : m A VAlENTlNE'S SWEETHEART-Joe Paul McLeroy is one of the mem- bers who found this little charmer a real sweetheart at the Valentine party the fraternity gave at the TB hospital. QI-Lx Chip Hamilton "' x 4 we 4 :fy Q 2 , hi, 1 J ' W5 I 966 Spring Ofticers Don Paschal, Student Senate Representative Randy Thrasher, Pledgemaster Steve Davis, Secretary-Treasurer Gary Clem, Vice-President Lloyd Hale, Parliamentarian John Yarbourgh, President Mike Matthews, Reporter Idsf I t . hligfll ' , ,,. f My BETWEEN TWO AND TWENTY-Alpha Delta Chi and To-Kalon members found that a difference in age isn't a real prob- lem when they met to entertain children at the TB hospital. l' Christmas Court I Q I I I ,.- Q.:-Q Xasm Us -sql. SOPHONIORE PRINCE 8: PRINCESS FRESHNIAN PRINCE 81 PRINCESS John Yarbourgh Elaine Burgess Janice Butt Robert McLeod I l i 1 ' it, ',mW'1, XI' Z KING AND QUEEN Carol Johnson Steve Davis '33 l 9 Ki- 'N ,fu su- L f :io f . K eng. Q Q We M at-M 'nm '-inns ,qgx :zz g 'Ii ' i 5. fl? if .L , Dalton White Marty Wynn John Yarbourgh V "' 1 Bu., L 'R 4 IF' 1 l. W WHEN l GROW UP-This little fellow says he'll be a real live spy when he grows up. Fraternity members Butch McLeod, Marty Wynn and Jimmy Holland Alpha Delta Chi Fraternitg INITIATION lSN'T SO BAD-Alpha Delta Chi Pledges are Itop to bottoml Rush Harkleroad, Jimmy Holland, Glenn Shank, Butch McLeod, Bobby Hutchins, Don Paschal, Randy Thrasher, Marty Wynn, Mike Matthews, Mitchell Dale, Dalton White, Lloyd Hale, Russell Chapman, Larry Gilbert, David Hersman, and Denver Briars. 40 13' if 'Q-if uv 1-0 F25 'KT K! 3 F- x! e4.A SECRETARIES-TO-BE-Members of Sigma Sigma are Donna Hamons, Karen Haynes, Eileen Tullos, Becky Rodreick, Linda Dover, Linda Barber, Regina Miller, Melva Folley, Alice Commons, Martha Kennedy, Judy Smith, Donna Fry, Pat Wood, Becky Bowers, Debbie Foster, Sherry Metcalf, Carol Stovall, Linda Birdwell, Lea Ann Dudley, Paula Davis, Cheri McGinney, Linda Green, Gayland Zabcik, Pam Griggs, Donna Williams, Anita Williams, Donna Denton, Sharon Collins, Sharyn Sparks, Terrye Webb, Paula Kelley, Maude Taylor, Judy Nance, Janie Nall, Charlene Thompson, Suzanne Ray, Wanda Kniffen, Bennie Hudgens, Kay Carrington, Mary Kay Edwards, Rebecca Slayton, Mary Beth Wise, Judy Dyess, Sue Friedlander, Judy Littleiohn, Susan Foster, Jo Nora Cates, Barbara Atnip, Roberta Ivy, Judy Lewis, Anne Weakley, Linda Burton, Pam Derrington, Ann Hynes, Pam Parrish, Mary Stanley, Peggy Cely, Connie Drew, Sandy Barfield, Carolyn Allen, Carol Ashby, Wilma Finefrock, Marian Biddy, Carolyn Hughes, Gay Nell Lorance, Judy Morphis, Linda Shank, Noella Brown, Pam Cadenhead, LaWana Jackson, Marsha Praytor, Sue Sieber, Donna Vardeman, Melinda Brown, Patricia Ferrell, Leilani Haley, Sue Holcomb, Jennifer Hume, Teena Knowles, Susan Lowrimore, Marilyn Stringer, Brenda Corbitt, Martha Davis, Jo Ann Decker, Linda Minnich, Patricia Taylor, Anne Turner, Judy Adams, Margaret Cole, Mary Lou Corley, Virginia Grimmett, Carol Johnson, Judy Kunkel, Linda Leonard, Iris Prater, and Karin Wilkerson. 'x N X' x, 1 mf ,. I., CLP YT7 BUSINESS LEADERS-Officers of Sigma Sigma are Ileft to rightj Becky Bowers, Secretary, Iris Prater, Reporter, Judy Dyess, Treasurer, Pam Griggs, Vice President, Wanda Kniffen, Senate Representative, and Linda Barber, President. ,- J:-51 Sigma Sigma A 45. I rlowxicoiwiwc CANDAIDAT6S I W gd gi 2 xi T E I Xl H HARD CHOICE-Sophomore Ronn M F I d k h b Ilot fr The Se T p d h ' g q I I T-'Q ! Qfudeni 9enaTe The STudenT SenaTe is The voice of The. sTudenT, The link beTween The sTudenT and The adminisTra- Tion. Cornposed of sTudenT body officers, class officers and repre- senTaTives from recognized cam- pus organizaTions, The SenaTe works as a uniT co-ordinaTing The differenT phases of college life. Taking "increased spiriT" as iTs special proiecT, The SenaTe's Carn- pus acTiviTies included a Fall mixer, exTended hornecorning, Teepee enTerTainmenT programs, soc hops, and a sTudenT direcTory. I I S . ,, I , , fi 1 2717? If l 1 I ,, Q' r MQW, l X! ' ,sl c X 4, ,av ,V is rib - .4 , " I , Ii-Y 'I-5, NY S-'I',:,f . ' p in D ai NL... x C93-Q, Gdfy k dig diy Iddpl CI dfypdh pyf Thbkli Ibdy THEY GUIDE THE SENATE dS TyJ Gdfy Thi dp I I r UTY ff 3-an f TEL 'lt A 'P V' 3 9 1 W' 3 'Q I I 'ff ya., 'H f 'VT4 , -: i , J ,if H .1 1, f A BIG JOB-Senate Presi- dent Vance Burnham and Rick Hill concentrate on an allocation request brought by one ofthe Sen- ators. The Senate, under the guidance of Fiscal Dean Richard Barrett, al- locate some S3000 for campus activities each year. AND THERE WAS MUSIC The Senate proved that with a good band and en- thusiastic students a lot of decoration is only added glamour. Over 600 per- l37 PLANNING A DUET?-Choir members Lucinda Maples and Chris Witt practice for one of the programs given by the Singing Apaches. 2 fk 1, ,Q X5 it t 4 V V, -vh- Singing 4 READY FOR CONCERT-Singing Apaches are, from top, Larry Wickham, Jesse Allbritton, Louis Dickey, Fred Richardson, Jimmy Keele, Bill Wilson, Eddie Jordan, Rusty Guinn, Ch-ris Witt, John Dubois, Gerald Barnes, Clarence 'Chatman, Bobby Hutchins, Stan Waghalter, John Needham, Ronnie Arender, Judy Venable, Jamie Mathews, Nancy Stephens, Marylou Corley, Lynn Hollinshead, Nancy Clark, Sandra Foster, Sandra Coyle, Christine Barbe, Carolyn Mclntyre, Barbara Briley, Angela Blakely, Pamela Wal- lace, Mary Ann Butler, Beletta Culp, Myrna Dobbs, Barbara Mundt, Jinny Jo Garrison, Jody Allen, Cheryl Irby, Director J. W. Johnson, Carolyn Newburn, Janie Routt. Jennie Northcutt, Carol Towers, Kathy Weatherly, Lucinda Maples, Sandra Vinson, Nell St. Cyr, Mary Richardson. l l l 1 l l l I 1 l I I ,ll Apaches The Singing Apaches, led by Director J. W. Johnson, perform for various civic clubs during the year. They teamed up with the band and drama department at Christmas for an outstanding program. The choir is sporting new outfits this year. The girls are attired in white blazers with maroon letters and maroon skirts. The boys wear maroon blazers with white letters and black slacks. WHO'S GOING TO LEAD OFF? Singing Apaches Larry Wickham Rusty Guinn Nancy Clark, Lucinda Maples, and Chris Witt study a new piece of music for a coming program fr an adam gm'-rm A rf5"fga if ""',,,, Y -QI 4 'Qs H 5 . -v N r I ! f 1 4 5 1 JS' if I A 1 S 12, xix, fl ,f ACTORS STAGE CREW COSTUMERS ET CETERA Members of Las Mascaras TJC drama club, are John Thrasher, Jerry Akers, John Williams, Sam Biscoe Barry Williams Frank DeBenedetto Ken Thompson Frank Saunders Steve Smith Larry Towns Hank Cookenboo, Bruce Thorn, Stan Waghalter, Karen Garner Barbara Chntwood Johnnie Walker Jackie Pletras Darlene Franklin Vance Burnham Eloise Raskin, Jennie Northcutt, Sandra Coyle, Linda Young, Sandra Beleck Patsy Stephen Martha Emlson Judy Moores Janice Kelsey Paul Watts Mike Blew and Chris Whitt. .. . l ' x -'LA IT'S NOT ALL PLAY-Mike Douglas, Las Mas caras President, proved there's a lot of work YOU DON'T SAY-Barbara Chitwood, Mike Douglas, Barry Williams and Marcy Ferrell re spond to the antics of Jackie Pietras, who played Lady Teazle in "School For Scandal ,ks U If si'-fr . fd' THE SHOW GOES ON-Because of the work of its officers, Las Marcaras successfully staged two productions, one each semester. Officers are His- torian Barbara Chitwood, Treasurer Ken Thompson, Vice President Jackie Pietras, Sergeant-of-Arms Mike Blew and Secretary Jennie Northcutt. BETTER THAN AN OSCAR Jerry Akers Bar bara Chitwood and Dave Martin proudly show a plaque Dr. Jean Browne gave the cast for 33 BSCBYGS THAT FINAL TOUCH-Jennie Northcutt helps Gary Criddle with the finishing touches of his cos tume and make-up for the Las Mascaras production of Richard Sheridan's "School For Scandal The show drew full-house crowds during its three-day run in Wise Auditorium W' ' 541' ,D G' a x ,I 1 " .. k ,A,At A J .. . .aonvvwlwfw Ch .or ,f 'J fig as hs R 99 V f M is it X A x Ito to bottom! Larry Moore John Pierce James McCoy, Gary Sanders, Richard Reese COWBOY INDIANS-Members of Apache Guard Association are p , , Butch Lester, Tommy Preshaw, Darrell Jowell, Larry Wickham, Lee Burlison, Joey Scarborough, David Dixon, Mike Jordon, Nickey Bledsoe, John Pollan Fred Morris, Mike Mclnterf, John Williams, Ronnie Heron, Sponsor James Lewis, and Apache "Indian" Don Flowers. Apache Guard Assooiaiion , L s A .gg rffi Richard Reese, President Fred Morris, Vice President Ron Herron, Secretary-Treasurer but-- Ed Trauth, Sergeant of Arms Mike Jordan, Kerry Krifef, RUSFP Capfaifl Student Senate representative ,nu 3 42,70 ' F, M . i VX if , 5- N ,Qi A ., ' X5 Q bg . Q "A " ' 3? ,M . -. 1 ,wg Sha,-on Spivey, Beaufy James Lewis, Sponsor Karen Wilkerson, Sweetheart I43 REST, SWEET REST-After a day of classes and work at the hospitals, rest is welcomed by nursing students like Linda Reed. FUN IN GALVESTON-Members of the iunior class relax at the pool of the motel in Galveston where they stayed when they toured the University of Texas Medical Center. GXGS A TEACHER IN THE KNOW-Instructor Kay Horsley ioins in the fun at the Harvest Dance. PARTY PLANNING-Students decorate for the November Harvest Dance. l 'astern Qohool of Nursing Texas Eastern School of Nursing provides a three- year diploma program in professional nursing. Liberal arts and science courses are taught at TJC while the nursing classes are at TESN. Clinical facilities are pro- vided by Medical Center Hospital, Mother Frances Hos- pital, and the Tyler-Smith County Health Unit. Affilia- tions in psychiatric and pediatric nursing are offered to senior students by Brackenridge Hospital, Austin, and Austin State Hospital. POOR FISH-Getting a dunking during freshman initiation are Cathy Parker and Linda Sut- ton. Judy Higgins, Sara Frank, Vicki Jensen and Jackie Snider also get in on the fun. her IT'S NOT ALL BUSINESS-Sharon Morgan, Cathy Parker, Maria Botella and Jackie Snider think refreshments are one of the nicest things about student body meetings. GAB SESSION-The kitchen is the perfect place for talk. Susan Brooks, Veronica Dur, Vicki Jensen, Jenny Cates, and Joan Soape chat over a cup of coffee. l i r l t t l . "5 X If ...v f' FJ' .A lv vw N E ,- 'ima l l45 7mn Rodec: .X ,gt I. ,' f 9 '-fQ:,'n 3 X .-. 1" -----"""' ,gn A if CHIEF HORSE TAMERS AND GOAT TYERS-Officers ggi' I-' ' of the Rodeo Club are Treasurer Belinda Williams, v by 'jg I h ' President Wayne Casterline, Vice-President Ray Yar- T"'4f-slfv ft' r -. brough and Secretary Pat McMurphy. PART OF THE "ACTION" GENERATION-The Rodeo Club is one ofthe phases of college life that works to incorporate study with fun and action. Members of the Club are Belinda Williams, Sharon Williams, Linda Williams, Linda Burkett, Kaelan Albritton, Pat McMurphy, Helen Staples, Richard Bland, Elzy Prater, Ray Yarbrough, Larry Swain, Charles Tate, Wayne Casterline, Doyle Willis, Boyd Burdette and Wayne Northcutt, Sponsor ofthe Rodeo Club is Ken Lewis. 4 I. QF if 'Q .,.,,, l - 1 I 1 "" is . .. I, , ,., 5 - .nh 5. mi: ni Blub Q H A A I 7 I V Wgfl r ff 1 t A LAZY AFTERNOON-When the weather's oblig- -gg , 4. I V , an ,,, 1 ing Rodeo Club members may congregate to ' "4 Q f 5 practice and improve their skills. Ray Yarbrough ,A ,Q ' ' .Liv 4 gets ready to show his skill with the bullwhip. 1 I I Ronnie Farrah and Ronnie Germany "take it easy" as they await his performance. I f f r 2 1 . -I l ta' ,, i, 1 f .f 8 .----1-"""' sis' .- .,, ., . u-.-..-- I '4, ---'-I ' ,1-- . .......... Qvbv T .. f, .. L-alll' 'Q "'5,,1 H ' 1 ' 4 ' 1 .. 'gn the . 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SHOWING . .ix ., IT WON'T HURT-Belinda Williams tries her hand at goat tying, one of the many spring rodeo events. Jun' is-W no- . " 3... fn - . M 4 . A,-, , ...,., up - , '-7-rf .4 ., 'J 2.7 1 4 A. ., ,-:rl -17,1 uw. ll "",. tj' I., -' . 'P 'x:f5". rv- -H "V au.: ,Z V, ns , W ' X f,- ,,, ' 4 ,z W - 0 5 ' .4 Q' , , H . rr- ' .... - r X, ,ata . M v ,f.f.aa ii'-: t-"'...':' f' 4-A 'H of' J 'Q ...oauepi f' . '- g, . fa wffdgir I '- rs av 'VMI' L' A in ' -A-V, ."""', ffzf f "V A "-' ' .. -, '5 . l A , 4vV",' 's -Qt V121 5 if RIDE 'EM COWBOY-Ronnie Germany and his "steed" take an easy ride around the arena. -, vu fl Y ' I 4 r ' 11. X :Wg QVL ", 'wf1"' 1 V ' 'u-Q-We ,W5 -. . .- -1 rv ., 'K 1 1'-sap' '. 431. .. .,,. h ... A ",!,,g.' . 'V tha 4-.34 , ,ga in ,QQ 5' ml la? 5.35. - ,sk ffasiv v-f in-gif lg A rg ' ., ' p I Y-isis..-?f'1a'u . . 'Q-."'.L5,v'i.!e'..1h AF' . - .i"4AF ..f 1'9" Home Economics Club OFFICERS AT WORK-Officers of the Home Economics Club are Secre- tary Nancy Stephens, Historian Kathy Ray, President Pat McMurphy, Vice-president Aletha Anderson, Reporter Karen Haynes and Treasurer Carole Barnes. v 1 xgf .Q LEARNING THE SKILLS OF HOMEMAKING-Club members are Ibottom to top! Carole Barnes, Kathy Rav, Susan Reed, Karen Haynes, Pat McMurphy, Pamela Miller, Pam Lindley, Altha Anderson, Sponsor Averille Greenhaw, and Mary Earle. This year the club added another project to its list as they co-sponsored a Barn Dance in the Teepee with the Rodeo Club. l - . , I . L' my OV3 ' ,. A , I I 37 nf 1 Q 5 . it 5 8 'I f 4 I V ' ug 4 ,O 9x V- H- f, " ul' 1 I. ra- ' ,, E f it f in at 4, F 2 I . ,G 'f 4 f -ff N 'K "K 'z ' ' Ax '-'Li ., K5 Lff' W " 4:9 A' 'AAA' ' "1 . X B' -, 1 Ol!! ' Q ' X4 l f- Q H Ar 4 A ' ' I x ll' A 'A 1 4 , 5 A ' - 5 A 5 . ,5 its-W ' ' 2' ' 7 :fr Y t 3 'x l u nl J Aa 41A SOME OF THE NICEST THINGS ABOUT COLLEGE-If you're male, that is, are pretty girls. Claridge has them in abundance. They are Ktop to bottom! Gay Staples, Sandy Keen, Sheila Hart, Bonnie Miller, Terri Buchanan, Chris Barbe, Suzanne Corrigan, Diane Richards, Peggy Thomas, Nancy Garland, Mary Beth Wise, Carole Hensley, Lynda Thompson, Pam Siegel, Cynthia Cashion, Janet Todd Paula Pen- nington, Ginny Vanlandingham, Paula Norton, Sandra Hood, Charlene Thompson, Carol Graham, Mary Anne Butler, Jody McFarland, Nancy Bowling, Pam Derrington, Kathy Bratton, Becky Earl, Peggy Doyle, Elaine Law, Cinda Maples, Carol Steffes, Dottie Campbell, Jan Meyers, Rose Ann Mitchell, Linda McGill, Susan Armentrout, Kathy Brennan, Laurie Spencer and Kathy Weatherly. Claridge H II CHECKING IN-Virginia Grimmett signs in with Mrs. Annette Reid and Mrs. Lula Mae Horton, dorm mothers. . , , , W. .. as if E ,. had 5 tv' I r 4..,ftt I tim ik ' fe. IZ, I. Q Y' is aaa' agua Qa- r at ' f to ,fs , t " W H 5, .F 6 -1. M' l 6, 'T I --H 'Y 4 .X A 'K MAFKQ-1 3' , I xx . Y 1 If ' -nwganq L A SPECIAL FAMILY-Coeds find that dorm life and all the extra "sisters" are a special part of college. Vaughn Hall resi- dents are Hop to bottoml Sandra Coyle, Lana Jo Wallace, Pegi Gant, Linda Panek, Linda David, Linda Copeland, Eloise Raskin, Myra Ragland, Suzi Yarbrough, Sharon Kantz, Pam Hearn, Ann Streetman, Anita Ann Lee, Peggy Sullivan, Frances Clines, Darlene Sims, Cheryl Rodgers, Mary Richardson, Elaine Burges, Carolyn Stewart, Jacke Roddy, Carolyn Carter, Nancy Edwards, Peggy Cely, Mollie O'Leary, Nancy Stephens, Cindy Landwermeyer, Anita Gail Lee, Janet Blair, Janice Butt, Judy Cleveland, Sherry Jenkins, Gipsy Howard, Carol Johnson, Vicki Fant, Susie Moore, and Susan Cooper. ' Lillge ae Vaughn H II FOOD FOR THOUGHT-Darlene Sims, Elaine Burges and Donna ing while studying. 2 -1 7 fl 4 L 2 ,ff i .-.- E l U 1 was l fx ,f,Q,gC,:"f'g F.-1, :li "ff .Egx -N Q' X ms. ',y It :,r , ,al lupivsi kk., 1,13 I xy, -4- 4, ,. if i . iw x 1 lm - 5' if W s J ax . -Q , hggg X' M ,. 'CDM AWAY FROM MOM-Mrs. Ethel Stokes is a super- isor at the dorm. L ...I Watkins find that dorm rooms are the perfect place for snack- WN' -wr. i q 4. A, ,, ,-,. NW' 45.3 ' I l If 3 , i t t' ff A f' l S E, " -'mem ..,, , . ' "'w.q..,,,m L' Y se N . , --, THEY LEAD DORM PLANS-Vaughn officers leading the various acfivities are Nancy Kay Stephens, chaplain, Carol Johnson, vice-president, Mary Richardson, song leader, Elaine Burges, president, and Susie Moore, secretary. DOUBLE DUTY-Mrs. Margaret Anders, college librarian, also doubles as a supervisor at the dorm. '53 Y' ' .F 11 ff F. ' Fu.. " ffl ijt f -.5 .-1 1 .X X Y x x ' , ,. I ia if 'If I , V0 A .tux A , ls: if H' vu ,. 'mm If and - 1 QL 11 O . rv an PE RQDNALITIES AND BEALITIES my-ly-An, f, X A n, ,1-M, My STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS Sem -- Vance Burnham Vice-Presideni - Don Dunn Secreiarg - Jan Godfreg ,J 3 CHEERLEADERS Bennie Ellis Vickie BriHon Mike McQuearg Susan Spence Gipsg Howard Peggy Crow W1 f lix N s HOMECOMING QUEEN 8: PRINCEQQE9 Lgnda Peoples Qherrg Tucker Peggg Crow Queen YW 4 Q J W 5 . Y. ' X Mr BS- QI ALL-CAMPUS FAVORITES Bennie Ellis Peggg Crow be S4 .M ff...I7 fur'N, if f s 94- .Av t . .. :X Q J SOPHDMORE FAVORITES Don Dunn Elaine Burgess , ,WY ,, 'F FRESHNIAN FAVORITES Michael Dale Terri Buchanan Miichell Dale 1 Mosi Beauiiful on Campus Barbara Green Phi Theia Kappa Miss Congenialilg Sallg Carlisle Sans Souci 12- Y COMING DOWN THE AISLE-Sally Carlisle daintily holcls her skirt as she walks loward the stage. THE BEAUTY'S CHOlCEfMasfer of Ceremonies Ken Carter gives Sally Carlisle a charm con- gratulaling her on being Miss Congeniality. Vx' 1 v 'n I r .f' 'I f 0 ll I 5 i if -.RA ,t , ,, ,, 1' if fl le ,gl ssl R, .gg 3 2 Second Runner-LI p Sandra Cogle To-Kalon Firsi Runner-Llp Fredda Moore Sophomore Class x Y, 'V ,. f. .. .. , V .e. .J ,Y Third Runner-Up Judg Liiilejohn Rodeo Club Fourih Runner Janie Qione Sigma Sigma Win. Maria Boiello Texas Easiern School of Nursing Marsha Adams Bapiisi Siudeni Union Q Caihg Braiion Claridge Dorm 'lf ff' . 1' L' gate il m fi? s .M 'fy V. fd ir' Vickie Briiion Cheerleaders Terri Buchanan Pow Wow Sfaff Jan Godfrey French Club """"!nw Carol Johnson Vaughn HaH Deborah Ha+cheH Apache Band -amwi ,Za-AJ Pam Lindleg Home Economics Club Rebecca King Drafiing Club Dianne Nickerson Apache Belles an-. Lgnda Peoples Kappa Sigma Lambda Sharon Qpiveg Apache Guard Associaiion 'E li' i ii . ,JM Ginng Qianleg Sfudeni Senafe , V Jackie Pieiras Las Mascaras Sallee Turner Cenier Hall L W m Barbara Sadler Freshman Class is Darlene Sims Alpha Delia Chi i I' 'P iii: , ik ' .Si X AND THE WINNERS ARE-Winners of the contest hold their bouquets of red carnations. They are Judy Little- iohn, third runner-up, Sandra Coyle, second runner-up, Barbara Green, Most Beautifulp Fredda Moore, first runner-up, and Janie Stone, fourth runner-up. Y 'I f yi R N 15,1 A 1-1 , , .,, , sq. '- sf fi. . g 1-1' v . ,af ' If, I j , 7 'C AE. lf lat vi j Kag Whitaker Apache Yearbook Staff '27 v9 2 -'pk':'w ' ' 11 Lap' 1,-gf 1 ff nf? fn, H +1 ' 4 'W if is 1 wa ff E 1 'I ,, .v , Xf'y,!jg A, . ' 'V if. K 7' 4' - s - 4 . . a sq, I I y, ,Lg y 5 ls H . ., -'w ' 4 ,':?., ,OL , 1 in ,. sf? We 452-f LN. A911 :sim f -5, A f 4 W '42 -T' 1' .lm fn . A I 4 'aa 4' L,-2 1 , 5? ' - ' -54' '. . ' 41 fig 'W 'ff K vb' I an ui' M, 'Y f-fgfw fp wif QW 4 ' y U f"' . BAND AND BE LLE9 Apache Belles e Q4 14 QQ4 ,,A.,,f. ,. .. . lm.. . 1'i,,,,g. ' ' fm' Q . L , ,I , -+6Q,,,,, at ff: -f' -s. , -A V 4 . 45, . , A h,!g,,,',,, 15' V-,,e A .u34t:. ,jr , V ,I , .. 1--Q ' , .1 --3 , -V .- ,g-5,1-c , . A- ' ' "' nfl f'v. 'Z L" -vvrffaf BEAUTY AMONG THE ROSES-Tyler Junior CoIlege's internationally famous Apache Belles smile for the camera in Tyler's Rose Garden. The Belles have been seen from coast to coast on television this year and have been featured on Talent '66 and in several magazines. SMILING PRETTY-Beautiful and charming Apache Belle Princess Ginny Stanley has led the Belles in performances from Dallas to Miami, She is an outstanding leader ,with style that makes her the perfect princess. 'TT' ", 5' M. . as N fl . - 5' 5' 5? 9 326' 4 B f 2 ,zyfwaf V 1,1 f ' RL., . .U ,V el s ..,. ,,-V:v,,, .1 2 Q M. ,X r -,. " an -"V .. 1 T ' .. jjQ11pjfljg?'s'z'M '1 ' if - .H X?-jj L--""" "fr .sl if 3, 4 4' Aifffw , cg Z Y , ' 1. vivfimha N-NN Q + ag.- A-' , - -f T A-,.v,. WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA THIS WEEK?-Belle Director Mrs Eva Saunders and Director of Dance Al Giliam look over plans for a performance. fd N? .K S- N X I . 4 P' A 4 Y fs .Df- x f 1 L..su9"' ,.g--N N 4-5 Q9- .N 'is " i hi J If rx. 45 'N. X I i, X Lynn Bernbaurn Donna Cargle Sally Carlisle Cheryl Glaspie Jan Godfrey Barbara Green DeLayne Hail Betty Jane Kniffen Pam Lindley Shirley McClain Carol Mings Sophomore Belles YOU MUST BE KlDDlNG!-Belles Frances Sulsky, Fredda Moore, and Shirley McClain seem to be wonder- ing what is happening as a photographer takes a candid shot during a break in the Belles' summer practice. I "US W 'HQEA I jk l ly ax X9 bb' Q. Q 'asa in GAIN WEIGHT! US?-Sophomore Belles do not seem too worried about this possibility as they relax at a picnic after summer practice at Kathleen Tomlin's home. A , fi . .M , -L ,f ' , Fredda Moore Wanda Newsom Dianne Nickerson Jennie Northcutf Jackee Roddy Ginny Stanley Ann Streetman X Brenda Tomlinson Frances Sulsky C8I'Ol Towers Kathleen Tomlin Sallee Turner Wglr- " ff y" s ' '41 0. J' L ll ls. ?"'M Qi Q 1 1 l X-an-N Linda Alexander Jody Allen Linda Barber Sandy Barfield Nancy Barron Julie Brelsford Carolyn Carter Pat Childers Carla Collins Sue Crouch Ann Dalton Paula Davis N..." N, . J N ,,Y..,,- pm I5 1.13 if fl , x fr MW re 'Y li? 1 f' X 1. X I . Q1-I' , l f 1 L f "-r 'J 'f' Ya l is Q- 'vi- 2 , 'K ' Y 1 Ihr' N . . fb. 5 - 4... -- v , X YK- f A is 'l" li l W l w QA vi r' 1 i 'lf '- . iff 6-X 1:7 reshman Belles ALL IS NOT WORK-Freshman Belles enioy a picnic at Kathleen Tomlin's home after a workout during summer practice. Donna Dean Beverly Dees Judy Dyess Mary Fairbanks Vicki Fant Carol Faulkenberry Edwina Fredlund Susan Garrett Pat Haire Patricia Haynes Cecile Hoffman E I THIS IS THE LIFE!-Apache Band and member Mitchell Dale is flying high to Miami with Apache Belles. They are, standing, Linda Batber, Judy Dyess, Charlotte Neigh bors, and seated, Cherie McGinney, Iris Prater, Paula Davis, and Judy Littlelohn Sandy Hugney Gai' Johnson Wanda Kniften Kathy Leonard SUS'e James Lmda Jonnson Cheryl Langston Judy Littleiohn Anita Lee Linda Loper lT'S DARK OUT HERE!-Belles Linda Alexander and Terry John' son are strutting pretty by the light of streetlights at the Christmas parade. xx 1.4 IR ig, pf Q fv- Q- i fx Linda Mahan Kathy Malloy A Kay McCrea lx Cherie McGinney Ii i ll R ic A 57 W l l 'Ai l l i l l l I l l li li WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR?-Belles Carol Faulkenberry, Carolyn Carter, and Sandy Barfield wah for their musical cue at the performance for 'the Heart Bowl Game. I l l 'ww-ncy Moncrief ,N . :GK Moore 9 l Moore l Neighbors l if ffm Sl c Ei X O 'l fb Q Linda Patrick -' Marcia Peters - X- 3 ,QM Iris Prater bl' X Sandy Price jig V .,,25?,f. v 3 , fx as 'P Suzanne Ray Marty Robinson Sharon Russell Nancy Smith 95 Taulee Smith Sharon Spivey Jane Ann Tuel Karin Wilkerson si, X ff! i A. L VA J Donna Williams Lorena Witherspoon POISE, POSTURE, AND PERSONALITY-Sharon Russell, Sandy Price, Nancy Smith, and Cheryl Langston demonstrate these three qualities that play an important part in the making of an Apache Belle. X QPCHQ- '9 850.5 ALL ABOARD!-Belles board the buses for one ofthe many trips they have taken this year. Besides going to Athens and Kilgore with the TJC football team, the Band and Belles went to Dallas, New Orleans, Texas A8.M University, Fort Hood, and Houston. They went to Miami, Florida by plane to represent the Dallas Cowboys at their playoff game against the Baltimore Colts. A BRIEF REST--Belles pause after a routine at the Heart Bowl game. uf?-,' 1'-lfbwir' ' Q !"4-pKz.i-'rye'aaQ'w.f,GQiw.9,-sein- -H 1 L , .ra . - ,ref ' A ff, if?'Ql' 'A be "-" M Uiff Y ,X ei 4 Xl: V ! :aj , 25? ,Yr A ' 'A l 'X N 5 ffl' f 1 ' 'L N Aja J i as 3 ll' l I : ' . ' ,An I N. I X . ,, gdsgf., . , Q . If K ' .,,a . .M A --M '- ' , ,ff W Q -., 4, ' --1 -. gj.'f!E'-,"x-- i tl'-f ' ' ffl! 'f'a4'-"--7 I Q V , . 'l S fT'L ' :. x-nr-'WNW v ,5,,,y,2'Yb2vv I ff. V .. f1 'ff' YfVlI1'Lr 3 ' 'gifs' P gr - . . , 4' A . n ,J ' - , f L. V NP." 'I 4 IQ' b why. N' J' nz" lv 'Of'-. A ,si ff., T 'V xff QQ 0 5.50 5 ni 1 1,1,:?.,f , M 5.4 , ' A' V' V ,A 'R LEFT FLANK!-The Apache Band, led by Band Princess Pam Griggs, struts its stuff in the Colton Bowl Belles and Band in Aclion YOU SPLASHED ME FIRST!-A h A -..- .- pac e Belles have fun in the sun at a picnic held after summer practice , , xv ,Ds , ' , atyfllfiip A ff? , .4 Y' 'g X' 'Y'vq-'D ,1 1 Q 'W."l 4 5 11 K4 fl V' 'f Q Al. 'sin I W ,tl If QKQ, A -9. r fl' . ,, ,,. AQ "M a If J. .- QM -,fx .fn-:faq , iii .xwfggbib J , 4 1' t jx .1 Q.. A!!-1 " WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT HAND?-Band member Jim Connally does not seem too pleased with his hand as he shows it to fellow band member Nancy Edwards. LET'S GO, APACHES!-The Apache Band adds spirit and color to the annual pep rally on the square after the homecoming parade. f .,.,. R 'R 'bf xi .- T-ftwx l1llllllTli 'li-fig 23,43 -.- -.. 5 WHAT ARE WE LOOKING AT?- The Apache Belles form a pret- ty backdrop for the pep rally about to get under way for the traditional TJC-KILGORE home- coming game. .L ' J 4 1 X FORWARD MARCH!-The Apache Band marches before a near-capacity crowd in the Cotton Bowl during the halftime performance at the Dallas Cowboy-New York Giant pro football game. PEEK-A-BOO!-The saucy Apache Belles smile over their shoulders at the crowd at the NFL pro playoff in the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. Apache Band l. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT-The Apache Band, under the direction of Mr. Edwin Fowler, practices hard and long in' order to give the best performances possible. SHE BLOWS THE WHISTLE ON THE BAND-Lovely and talented Apache Band Princess Pam Griggs not only does an excellent iob of leading the band, but she is also an outstanding twirler. if ' E- "N 1 it-1 'f., . XX 5 -lg ' ' f in ' 5, ig, i Q ' Vx. 5 ' 1.1 . R 1 . fa" 1 ,ff , ' 1 V. 1 I T If 2 aff- J' g , 1 frm.- . .A.'1 -1' s+t,-.R A l T , 4 .r 4 is , , 4 , 1 - - iw... ' i ' 'ln 5:3 r f w I Q 0 ' . . 1. , . X A' , , .L XX ,, , V - ,h Up?-'+.PvQN1"' 4."7'J gf' -- '- M Sf," h-,,i-4,- . ','-.'4l'1,f - -v'f.-- 'Q . . . . - A.-" . - , if H f ,qu--fy 'V I l,. -:Y-7 ' I-vrxzj . z',-v,',,." f in ,,-'F 5 is T -Nav' '."f--Vid Tp? I +?4-if-:fi5g,l .' ,-. ,, ., "syn,-qw,-.x.-f-ggayrl " '.' if-',. ", , ,"9'4 0 A-'N',!,.i,-,Y A fri .fxf " ' , L ,z1fs,.3.-1,15 - CLARINETS Barnes, Carol Brookshier, Herbert Carrington, Kay Carter, Melvin Kent, Carolyn McWilliams, JoAnn Norman, Larry Pattillo, Carolyn Sanders, Paul Slayton, Rebecca Sparks, David Strong, Wilber CORNETS Brock, Pat Burgess, Doug Carraway, Bobby English, Ward Griffin, James Howe, Linda Johnson, Jimmy Noe, Jim Moore, Paul Sheats, Kenneth Small, Carol Walton, Donnie Willis, Charles Veitch, Eddie West, Larry FRENCH HORNS Akin, Roy Grogan, Randy Kerstin, Peter Loter, Vicki Stanley, Mary Sublette, Steve Duke, Rosella BARITONES Ables, Mark Burk, Mike Howard, Allen Jackson, Danny Nations, Monty Oliver, Willie Rough, Rusty BASS HORNS Dickey, Louis Jordan, Eddie Marshall, Bobby Sutton, Dennis Williams, Frank BASS CLARINET Venable, Judy BASSOON Partney, Richard DRUMS Beckhard, Sharon Dale, Mitchell Forrester, Joe Howard, Dale McMillan, Rodney Morris, Mary Smith, Stephen Williams, Barry FLUTES David, Linda Dumas, Linda Edwards, Nancy Evans, Bettye McCauley, Pat Needham, John Smith, Laura Sullivan, Peggy SAXAPHONES Alberts, Doug Davis, Odom Dennis, Mares Gilley, Larry Gipson, Phyllis Mahaffey, Michele Mitcham, John Ray, John Paul Smith, Randy Sparks, Sharyn Thompson, Ken Veitch, Bobby TROMBONES Brewer, Leon Connally, Jim Dale, Michael Davidson, Keith DeuPree, Joe Foster, Wayne Griggs, Pam Hughes, Karen Osborn, Ronald Palmore, Lexie Taylor, Bill Yarbrough, John c .l Af' 3 fn Cl-7 J' Kay Carrington Melvin Carter Jim Connally Michael Dale Sharon Beckhard Herbert Brookshire Doug Burgess ,fx Q5 Mark Ables Doug Alberts pi! 'UN THE GUIDING FORCE-The Apache Band has been under capable leader- ship this year. Officers are, top row, Student Director Paul Sanders, Di- rector Edwin Fowler, President Jim Connallyg bottom row, Librarian Judy Venable, Vice-president Mark Ables, and Secretary Carolyn Kent. in E sf 7 Y.. 32' l 1' , l l Q i ill , I l l l h c 11' A JR 'UN hung BLOW, MAN, BLOW! Band member Charles Willis plays his best at tryouts for Talen.t '66 Mitchel' Dal? NGVWCY Edwards Joe Forrester L Carolyn Kent Males Denms JGVVY Falknef Deborah Hatchett Rodney McMillan Linda Howe John Mitcham WHAT DO WE DO WITH THESE?-Band boys look for more room in loading the plane which flew the Band and Belles to Miami for the NFL pro playoff in the Orange Bowl. ' Q-""f' Q E in as x X ' ss. fr 'vs MARCHING MAKES ME HUNGRY! Band member Mark Ables is caught in the cotton candy after a halftime performance at TJC football game. John Paul Ray Mary Stanley Bull Taylor Ken Thompson Judy Venable Donnie Walton Larry West s .1 1 ,xxx -f"if"" we Y' vis i wh M966 iw- V . nCv5:4:X, , w-:ami ': . , Q My J Sr- . arm A:..Q. 5 -Q, 5 . .ggi E 'f' few, K , I I 44-.. Ll QPDRTS 1966 Schedule OPPONENT M E WW Henderson County J.C. 7 14 ."' 1 A Blinn J.C. 12 O l Ranger J.C. 68 14 Arlington State JV 33 14 Wharton J.C. 7 36 Kilgore J.C. 7 9 Cisco J.C. 13 20 Henderson County J.C. O 10 Navarro J.C. 14 3 Kilgore J.C. 34 . 12 gi '6 6 Fi hiin 8 -----+ RONNY FLANAGAN BILL SPENCER ROY LEE FRY JERRY MOTT Nederland Galena Park Marshall Dallas 1 cttw ....J"" 2:3 fm. V14 'W-srl? mf' E1 Apaches JIMMY MORTIMER Silsbee BOB BURNEY San Antonio bl LARRY TILTON BILL OWERS Vidor Dallas 63 ,.,.J7 31 ,fu-, ,fl ' . 'j""z If I 95 . ,mac . . f pwq' M WF Q-rp.-4, ,Q 'nf 54 My if.-, ' B , K ,Q fu I rl , f N .4 hr, Lzfw QQ A 24.2. V t A . ' ' 5, 41, ' .ig V ' ' ' , ttf, .' 1 'lf ,J 2 pw 'Km 2:45 1,44 . I V I I Y -M4 I, un n , f I Me -4, A' rfmfrf 'wwf' 4' ' -an ll W0 it HOT PURSUIT-Good pursuit by Apaches at the Kilgore game by Jimmy Mortimer. DANNY 'PITCQCK TERRY COLLINS Graham f vi Dallas APACHES DOWN BLINN, T2-O The first of the two TJC scores was set up late in the second half, by, a punt reception on their own 42. With the help of Larry Tilton's fine passing, the Apaches drove deep into Blinn territory. Doug Walker scored on a right-end pitch-out from five yards out. The score ended a 58-yard drive. The next score was set up by an interception by Danny Hall on the 50 yard line. Tilton scored on a short quarter- back sneak. JESSIE WARREN Austin ROBERT GRISWOLD Tyler 4 ,v 1,3 'Fl DANNY MON KRES Austin fuk. . y , I .- ,. , , .V-tw, ,N .1 M Qu A , . N, ,f ' .- .--if -. l if "' ' f -ff., V, . ',' 1 " ' " 1vf"4f ' L fy., 5' A ', + V f . Af L. V E 'IV 1 , mga' ,f . O y : " . RUSTY GUINN RANGERS LOSE THEIR MAN-Unlike Texas's famed lawmen with their reputation for never losing a man Daingerfield the Ranger grid team lose a play to the Apaches. APACHES ROMP PAST RANGER, 68-14 TJC beat Ranger by the largest margin for the Apaches in six years. TJC scored ten touchdowns involving nine players. Leading the pack was Jerry Mott with three TD's and Tom Williams with two TD's. SHERMAN SEIDERS DANNY HALL RANDALL CLAYTON DOUG WALKER Austin Daingerfield Brownsboro Port Acres 4' XX 'rs4r'9f0' 1, JESSE ALLBRITTON JOHNNY RAMSEY MIKE ATTAWAY , DENNIS LACKEY Beaumont Tyler Hardin-Jefferson Lindale APACHES HIT REBELS, 33-l4 The Apaches erupted early in the second quar- ter with drives of 40, 63, 37, and 27 yards-each of which led to a touchdown. The only score in the second half was on a 39 yard drive set up by an interception by Donnie Gentry. ROBERT ADKINS-Beaumont JAMES TEEL-Tyler SAM DAWSON TOM MARCHBANKS JIM DANIELS-Gilmer BUSTER NAYLOR-Anahuac Tyler San Antonio APACHES DOWN THE DOGS, T4-3 Although Navarro traveled 403 yards on the gridiron, they didn't go quite far enough to outscore the Apaches. TJC defense should be commended for their performance in the fourth quarter when they stopped tour attempts by Navarro on the three-yard line. S 1: f sinks-r.,,.1 F .Q .5 .. JAMES COLLINS GERALD BURNETT Silsbee Shreveport, La. THE PASS THAT WOULD HAVE WON THE GAME-Halfback Donnie Gentry leaps high for a Tilton pass. DANNY DUFFY San Antonio ,f',' I . , if pf 'lv "'Png.,.,L ' - 11 ' 1 1 TV 4 T ,zgilljlaf , 5 A ga' 242- V Y' " Q . , , F4.. rf?5?':tl"7 'l'i'f'f'Js' '-ir I ' ' fl ' N - f, --in' 11 tr., . , V .T -gi '1 L, "V ? ' ' 4,-.I , I 1 I 1- ' '-ru -,.-U, ,-V f , g5ff?d'y7'ft'i54 . L -' f gi 5 ,A 5 1 .,, v ' 'V A ' It A V ,- f-4Keak4fuf? 17' ,-4 I !."f'1" DONNIE GENTRY Tyler -C BOYD BURDETT Austin l99' Tribe places in their nint 'ZF we 'T '. "On to Honor! On to Glory! On to Victory!" sing the Apaches, and the Tribe went on to all three as they came out of conference play tied for second place with Kilgore and drew a first round bye in the seven-team South Zone Regional Tournament at Kilgore Feb. 28-March 2. The Apaches won the tournament in a spectacular game with' Kilgore and earned the right to meet the North Zone champion, Wharton, in a best of three play-off to determine the representative at the National Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas. Harry Bostic, TJC player, was named most valuable player of the regional tournament. The Apaches romped the Pioneers in the first game, 97-80, at the TJC gym. Then they went to Wharton and lost, but earned the right to go to Hutchinson by beating Wharton in Huntsville. At Hutchinson the Apaches vvon tvvo games and lost two. They nipped Casper, Wyoming 73-71, lost to Moberly, Missouri 79-6-4, beat Lester, Massachusetts ll5-TOO, and lost in their last game to Chipola, Florida 80-73. This left fire Apaches with a seventh place position in the national tourney. Harry Bostic was named to the All-Tournament ' and the Apaches came home to a rousing welcome as a tired group of true champions. National Tournament ..-'ferr if Q, J CONFERENCE SCORES Paris Jacksonville Baptist Henderson County Lon Morris Kilgore Lon Morris Paris Jacksonville Baptist Henderson County Kilgore Q I S WE THEY TJC-WHARTON PLAYOFF WE THEY 110 80 Game 1 97 80 74 66 Game 2 65 88 66 68 Game 3 86 75 81 75 85 98 91 71 NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE TOURNAMENT 107 97 Casper, Wyoming 73 7l 104 96 Moberly, Missouri 79 64 83 84 Lester, Massachusetts 115 100 98 82 Cnipola, Florida 80 73 if 'P??fiZi535 'R 9 A , A fm f T ff 'T , fl J M. :N I 2 ' . -' T f A SQ ,1 gx tw A r- 6' " ' ' iv 2 - K V r --I .,. Y X ,N All' ,AVA V Q ,Q 'ME' .U b b F. vii. iz E 5 r , xr 2 1 W' 3 . 5 . K lk r I , -dial. , l N A - Qi tx t : arf S X V' xr fi .. V - 3 wg l J T fr, - T . "E , ' ,Q ' 'A N , .5 ' ' ' F X. . y , X34 J K Q r 1 . X l '. x s ' 3 x j ' 0 T I0 T 0 rg ,MM ,ff H h S M MEMBERS OF THE WINNING TEAM-Coach Floyd Wagstaff, Chuck Tidwell, Terry Stillabower, Wayne Warn, Harry Boslic, Jim Nelson, Norman Gray, Vern Lewis, Don McCorkle, and Ron Nicholas GET OUT THERE AND WIN-This could have been the winning coach's message 10 his team, and his words were effective. ui I cf? Half' vvfrul, g,Q..x,- 'gD2',,.A. .I . . Nail- 1 W,-V' W ,,. .4 1 Tournament Team. ,ff HARRY BOSTIC 6'6V2" freshman fT'?'i.. i VIP-Harry Bostic was named Most Valuable Player in the Regional Tournament and was also named to the national All- fx'- S ,X T 4, .T Y l ' - X K. er 5' W ' ff: is .gc X- 4 55 Fr, Q.. 4 li -. it ad' va...- If lx 'S I 'I """"y1'l3U!?'W' SPIRIT BEFORE THE GAME-The Apache cagers discuss team strategy before the second game in the TJC-Wharton series to decide the regional champs. Both teams won on their home ground, but it was the Apaches all-the-way at the decisive game in Huntsville. TERRY STILLABOWER 6'3" sophomore Bostic Named to VERN LEWIS 5'I I" sophomore JIM NELSON 6'4V2" sophomore National All-Tournament Team ati: 'N-.af gm. i THE MAN WHO MADE THE WINNING SHOT-Vern Lewis congratulates Harry Bostic on the shot he made in the last two seconds of the Kilgore-TJC game, March 2. With six seconds left in the last quarter and Kilgore leading 82-81, Lewis passed the ball to Bostic, named the most valuable player in the South Zone Regional Tournament in Kilgore. With only two seconds in the game, Bostic made a iump shot about 20 feet out. Apaches 83, Kilgore Rangers 82. 203 CHUCK TIDWELI. 6'2V2" freshman RON NICHOLAS 6'1" sophomore A TENSE MOMENT-Ron Nicholas and Harry Bos- tic vie for a rebound in the Apache's opening national tournament game against Caster, Wyoming. The Tribe won 73-71. Q. NORMAN GRAY 6'1" sophomore M59 it DON MCCORKLE 6'l V2" sophomore 9 nf ' 9 4 f A at ,ff br I f fy- I V - an . V K ig h , . '- r . of I , t ss 4 li ' 5 V I , r- i I , 1 - iv COME ON APACHES!-The male portion of the TJC Basketball Team supporters cheer during a home game. I4 'te T XA O X "x 'X , i 1. ,.. X N . X-.,, -S 'f JACK SWEENY 6'2" freshman RICHARD GONZALES 6'2" freshman , "Ti v SUPPORTERS OF THE WINNING TEAM-Enthusiasm mounts during one of the Wharton playoff games to determine the representative at the National Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas. Apaches Give the eeded Support . . . y, E . Q T v '1 Q - K l WAYNE WARN 6'8" freshman M O R E SUPPORTERS and more mounting enthusiasm. AUTOGRAPHS FOR THE FANCLUB-Sophomore Basketball Star Terry Still- abower autographs a basketball for ardent supporter Don Dunn. Another star, Vern Lewis, smiles his approval. R i ,Z 3' 7' v l SUPPORT DLIR ADVERTISERS MORRIS A. RODIECK Welding 8: Radiaior Service - s LY 3-3I I2 'mf' A Rigs, R6u8Ri2seKN I CIAAAEFIAS go CAFIDS I29 N. Glenwood ,1 I-D IN H0 BERGFELD CENTERf PHONE LY4-6061 fTYLER. TEXAS - Hm m-9' S, P Complimenls of 2:20 E. Fif+h I Tyler, Texas Agggf SM Try Our Delicious Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Q Cusfom and Ca+ering Is Our Specialfy Malloy-O'Toole 81 Saba Building Q Complimenfs of IS E R TERRY C E R H p '23 E MEXICAN Fooos A A M75 5 CHARCOAL STEAKHOUSE 'I' I ffww--ff R "VVe Serve The Besl Slealcs In Town" C 5 Tyler Sulfur Springs ii 2300 Easf Fifflw IV m,,,-e I DUNCAN'S ENCO 1 M T 1 'Miz I , I , I I 4 IA W I . la- ' 1'- -Q II ia L A K 4 , , WHATABURGER "WorIcI's Larges+ Pure Beef Hamburger" I739 S. BECKHAM ......... .T- a. j. harris mon's shop BergfeIcI Cenfer 'rI1e rigI1'I cIo'rI1es for every occasion - work or pIay LY 3-459I we renr formal wear 2I I5 S. Broadway Tyler, Texas CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY Tyler Plant F I'I1eBI'I Car, Home, a d Business Insurances S II1 Ageni' Who D pl ys This Seal TYLER ASSOCIATION of INSURANCE AGENTS Congra+ula+ions, Graduafes FASHIONS FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENT BERGFELD SHOPPING CENTER vEas+ Texas' mos'r modern and comple+e Deparfmeni' Sfore l U.S.I. FILM PRODUCTS US. lndusfrial Chemicals Company Division of Nafional Dis1'illers and Chemical Corporafion CONTINENTAL CAN CO. CORRUGATED Box DIVTSION Oweniown TR 7-342 l Z Leuglil BARBIN GEORGE KIDD TRACTOR COMPANY EAST TEXAS LARGEST STOCK OF TRACTOR PARTS "Tl"lE NAM E llxl l:ENClNG" Klgore H y af Loop 323 Telephone LY 49383 TYLER TEXAS PAUL BEAL MEMBER ELECTRIC CO l l l l I l I as u. .f r CONTRACTORS g if'-'ff-"f-T 53 ELECTRICIANS OL 1 E91 'Q 'fw . 'Vi sio I f , . , 7 2l00-B S College ' l-Y Jacksonville Hwy ai' College En-w mv-fm-.-.E-i...-...1...... -T f Ju " '-L -'-I GGNCRETEPRUDUCTS PR 2-3440 PL 9-4437 . LY 2-0752 Zmm Acme slucx Hman SEVEN UP BOTTLING CO. OF TYLER STATE FARM INSURANCE """ CLEO E. DAVIS, Ageni' CHEROKEE A zos w. ERWIN HARDWARE "s"""'c5 Lvfsc 3-zsoa Hardware Sporfing Goods I8 YEARS-SAME LOCATION BROADWAY FURNITURE COMPANY 2l0 S. Broadway Tyler LYric 2-439I I Compleie Home Furnishing I ' or You Con Count on Us-Quality Costs No More 01' SEARS SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE! "SaIisIacIion guaranfeed or your money back" I I , STORY- WRIGHT IIXICOIQIDUIQATED ' I - . I PRINTING - LITHOGRAPHING - OFFICE SUPPLIES - OFFICE FURNITURE MEMBER Savings and Loan Association 790 SOUTH BECK:-IAM 1 TYLER, TEXAS I A , f I fjifggfff' 'RFII Lifwiw ""f"' ' Serving The Easf Texas Area" P. o. sox ooo TYLER, TEXAS LY 2-I68I EAST TEXAS TYPEWRITER EXCHAN E P. O. BOX 142 Q TYLER, TEXA under-wood - olivetti I LY 2-I67b SALES 0 SERVICE 0 RENTALS Sales and Service JOE T. MCMILLIN REPAIR 9 EXCHANGE Au+I1orized Underwood Agency FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITEHOUSE WHITEHOUSE. TEXAS TE 9-4306 Member F.D.l.c. 1 I If ,W I T, ff-A:-'-wsu .-.-, ,.. E , , . ' -351. l ' i ' - V' Y A . Y -2 .,-, w-ssmm.-..,MywM. 1 rl :P M C- R P I A I E AN K Q SRIAV' 2 cz I"'i W' O MEMBER vi Fi 0 , v' 9 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE O MGMQEQ CORPORATION ARP, TEXAS T ARP STATE BANK l J I al Discounl' Prices printing' office furniture' office supplies 215 EAST FERGUSON TYLER, TEXAS Lvrle 2-7392 GlBSCN'S DISCOUNT CENTERS I333 Troup Hwy.- l607 W. Erwin Complefe Sloclr of Record Albums ancl School Supplies Y T I L T I li COMPLIMENTS OF J. C. PENNEY CO. 200 Easl Ferguson Tyler, Texas T J EWE LE RS COMPLIMENTS OF IEVIERETT TYl.ERQgQggf:o,TEXAS M Selection of Fine Gold Jewelry and Charms manfs shop AND COACH ROOM nzs-z1 s. BROADWAY TYLER Compliments of Roosth S Genecov Production Com P. O. Box 20I9 Phone LY 3-8333 Tyler, Texas 227 North Spring Street X. X - Cf- A A -15- gm A. S. GENECOV. Pr'es. SOL ROOSTH, V P d + ISADORE ROOSTH S f y T N 1 pany NEW CAR CENTER OF EAST TEXAS! For the BEST DEAL on a new car-see these members of TYLER NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION HOLLEY MOTOR CO. Dodge-PIymou'I'I'1-CI1rysIer 236 S. Broadway LY 4'-632I HORACE SMITH. INC. Volkswagen I80I W. Erwin LY 3-6446 T. C. HARVEY PONTIAC CO. I522 W. Erwin LY 4-6606 JIM HOLLEY BUICK CO. 302 N. Broadway LY 4-2345 YOUNG MOTOR CO. Sales and Service 700 W. Erwin LY 4-933I KING CHEVROLET CO. F520 W.. Erwin LY 3-936I r .-,Y-.1 -uu1.-Y- -- WAGNER CADILLAC CO. 623 W. Erwin LY 2-I636 BROADNAX WHITE TRUCK CO 202: w. Erwin LY 3-2575 CONE RICE GMC Truck Sales and Service Loop 323 Wesf LY 3-796l OGE MOTOR CO. Oldsmobile Sales and Service l23 N. Bonner LY 4-7425 EVANS INTERNATIONAL Sales and Service Gladewafer Hwy. LY 3-0 I 6I NYLEN LINCOLN-MERCURY CO. 5I7 w. Erwin LY 4-255: She leclatone TYLER, TEXAS Com lelel Remo ele P Y Cl d I Georgian Dining Room Creole Coffee Shop FOWLER FURNITURE CO. Gif+s and Wall Accessories FURNITURE CARPETS APPLIANCES 522 E. Erwin LY 4-7845 TYLER Sam 2 7655 -fwmfm Building Material and Supplies Mill Work a Specialty HOME LOANS- REMODELING LOANS ibfal LY 3-8266 III2 E. Erwin Street Tyler, Texas Two Great Lettermenl K'l' I 'l'JC 600 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL! BEST WISHES, APACHES COATS MCCAIN LUMBER COMPANY t' 1 T 3l2 E FRONT imu- ff noorm 'Lil' 7- LU'-AT' N . T .. Y - - - SIDING sHA e scneens 'eg Llii' 2525 X 5 QC Z P-JT yfigj S T G+ ,X - ' -':" . , X TYLER FIRST NATIONAL BANK Zfmfu UM T sonno LMI? "T thm s 7 T beitg? fff Illiff T COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY B"U9I5E'lI'3E'S Sv, "'l'lIere's A Friendly BroolcslIire's Near You," GREEN ACRES SHOPPING VILLAGE o BERGFELD SHOPPING CENTER II4 EAST BOW STREET 0 HILLSIDE SHOPPING CENTER 0 GLENWOOD AT FOREST IALSO ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS IN THE EAST TEXAS AREAI I Home l Lon NS INSUIIEII lNVES'l'NEN'I'S Brough'ron 8: Collins GULF SERVICE STATION COOPERATIVE SAVINGS 8 LOAN I232 E. Fiffh New Henderson Hwy. I Ass0c'A"oN 230 SOUTH BROADWAY vxuoht TYLER, TEXAS 6 1 G Q 9,nls:,g , alll Jusi' across from Jumor College S a - "TyIer's Finest" K P gli, QI' 5 FINE FOODS LY 3-3572 601 EAST FRONT ST. Easi Texas' Mosi Dominani Deparlmeni Sioref' Q MAIN STORE College a+ Ferguson if fbi' '1 t.. ,u 'EW xg. .HS- ., .VW Q32 93. G55- .N 'vifff .111 -f- 7,,, . .Q 3. 17 54554 A DILLARD sToRE I.. 4 ,E 67.is36l'fKS1l1Si5'ifT'TAff' 1He21.f+Z,1k75g s -isltlif Kpg.-4'-Q5 3. g,g4.52a,3'. ,1-,'-1-f.,,,:,,-,slgggv -wwf-4--mf:-' 3.--w ,wig . 'Hail-'L O '- - if if T1 lsfrfz si is 5 "-?."uq,-.j- ' my-'a..:-v.x.u"'.'-' ' 5 '. .. -ff -I'7":f.' 2- f'1.r-?"?'2?' '-Er' - A ...rf f.j-L2-.-.: .Rf-in-wr-"' 54' ' . Q,-M... ,rp MA...-,vt V K if : 'air-:-infill? o HOME CENTER College ai' Locus'r Parlz5r3Cl1ail1am aktwood' I T Downtown Across From Post Office TYLER, TEXAS F1 GENERAL ELECTRIC ZENITH Refrigerarors - Ranges Radio Washers - Dryers Television Television - Srereo Silereo ' r Q.E?.'f3AU.5:,.. .?T5RE5A Eigl1+ Convenieni' Locarions Serving All Easi Texas For 76 Years! o STYLE LARK Bergfield Cenler -new 9 Dedicated to Your Needs T 1 since 1907 l BURKS-WALKER"l1 TIPPIT l Funeral Home 2I5 E. Fron+ Insurance Office 427 S. Fannin R FUNERAL DIRECTORS x ,,- glllp l ' E T rl: T is ' ll ill l fl - E .. i r T ll """!-:.e....e . .-.gan -1..--.-QT.. -Y Y-.. I' I Every high school groduote should stort eorly by soving for the future. For future investments, furthering educotion, ond sovings occounts, see ony member of the 'IYLIIII CLEARING IIIIIISII ASSIIIIIIITIIIIII TYLER, TEXAS Comprised of CITIZENS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TYLER THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF TYLER SOUTHSIDE STATE BANK TYLER BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 1 IESIIW4 9 , ss 'Z Q as ooo Q -, run-nm B ?n:8:lusu 3 sa Y: ooo-lf:-Q S 'i f .ff s"'Sr'BFf' f l I I I 5 n Tl:-I '11- AIR CONDITIONING DEPARTMENT TYLER. TEXAS Where 900 Eos? Texans Mcnufocfure the World's Fi I Centr I Air Condf and Weafherfron Heat P p GENERAL ELECTRIC , MLLK M ICE 301' 611 CM I N0 Wi SM! S400 QS ,357 'H' DOWNTOWN GREENACRES ALWAYS BETTER THAN IT HAS TO BE BERGFELD THE BORDEN CO. 805 W. FRONT A CABLE "HOOK UP" IS YOUR BEST BUY IN TELEVISION TELEVISION CABLE SERVICE CO. JOHNNY MANKIN General Manager I CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES for The Emtife mera:-fmenf .gore I Family TYLER, TEXAS - I I I I 1 l gg TEX NATIONAL Homes conr P. O. BOX mi gig A f AND TYLER, TEXAS N ' A vines N Nal'ion's Largest in tg I Z? S ' ASSOCIATION I Producer of I 5 HU .PQ IN ED MI, Lao CHESLEY Quamy Homes q u QEXECUTIVE VIC ff 20' "' H O M E S 2 II 4' 1'A'5Y'5" 5 BETTER LIGHT z g gi- School home-work is usually hard -:c -f enough without the burden of poor ggi: e lighting conditions. Children who have proper home-study lighting have a better chance for clearer understanding E and better grades. Your electric appliance dealer has a variety of brand new "perfect light for giggiE,h fi-53"-...vb perfect sight" home-study lamps. See him today- vxfxl , Y'?"55,7,7, Y 274977 ,W '-- -11' i. IPL TEXAS POWER an LIGHT COMPANY 'Nur' a fax-paying, investor-owned electric utility i I COMPLIMENTS OF WADEL-CONNALLY COMPANY Wholesale Hardware and Automotive Supply TYLER, TEXAS JUNIOR Broazlwa SENIOR SHOP SMlTH'S GRILL . "Across From TJC Campus" I 4I0 Soulh Broadway LY 2-6533 Fashions +0 Meel Every Need I of +l1e College Girl L . E D gb I lO ol,CLlfLl'l6!l"g -' Pg Qanlng b A-' V ,N P M - 122' 'FQ n PIII! lgfifv- ,, CITY WIDE PICK-UPXDELIVERY COU EOUS CURB SERVICE v -W " 1. ,, r QQBx1S -ff" LINEN SUPPLY 81 UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICE 31240 E' FERGUSON TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPAN "VM World: Bn! Vnrbooil Alt Vlylor Nude' A .5 I Z 1 A O -E'-- . 65 .uul q J + .W f r-Q a . 'ff Y. dw, f' ."11f.. ,A ' V1-rr. -, ,, . A -V-A.-qff., ' ., . 'Q-Q"' ,.- Q Q f .J 1-tx: K, .Gb.r1y .: X5 . 'v ' AY ' -' ., 1 ' I - . ',.,.,.4 Z A Upgfl-7 fy ,Ta J I ob' Qar ',.- IH. x -, Yip I J .ff .. 1 1.2. 'L .' ,,U,.,,' ,,. - A.. K . 5 fi I.. -'VF f. . 4 'A ' ' W 3 3 1 , 7, n 1. ,' ,. - f ,A -11455 4" .. 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