Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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NS ill '13 S35 Fifi 3 W., z Vgckn V1 1 8 Table of comemg ,Administration . . , , . Faculty ancl Buildings Classes .,..,......,, TJCS VIPS Organizations Band and Belles ,Athletics ....., Advertisements I vo- ull' Vanity 'Ikmeri donated by judge Thomas Ramey in 1956, is one of the traditional attractions of the Tyler junior College H fn! :is lls prominent place in TIC tradition is twifi d 1 'l ' l yi e Citi time tie Apache Tribe wins a football or basketball game. At 1 :Quits as tliese the wliite lights usually filling the tower turn to a bright gold. An Apache defeat is signified by the T r iiitiiilgtiisliiiig of tlie time-i' likglits. IRA HILDEBRAND First Vice President rv ' '51-my JIM VAUGHN President Board of Trustees GEORGE W PIRTLE Second Vice President s -43 w Sir- :A V- N , V VX ' x Q We 'yr' i i ' Q-ng?-' f K... ' 4 '-'dv--in-AM' EARL C. ANDREWS CECIL BAGWELL A. D. CLARK, JR. I-IOMER E. EIKNER ' . . r ,dm '55 L f is . I nf i fs . M, Q "l"f'9--villr A is I -K, e N ,..,....LaXi1Z ..-.w.c'- I-'V A ., ,ff ' ji, wx ii 2 : if J -4 I I.OIf'I'IS HUBERT TUNNELI. WATSGN WISE B. D, WHITE' P. 11. Q3 ,ie X . P. N hx X fl' 'ii .-- fi-, it f -., ,N Eg PRESIDENT Dr. H. E. Jenkins BS., Kansas State Teachers Collegeg MA., University of Missouri PhD., University of Texas 13 ,MQ-www 2 Z i 1 .1-. , wana.-awk, xxx-Q VICE-PRESIDENT Dr. E. M. Potter MX., MA., University of Texasg LLD., East Texas Baptist College 3 , C f ir 0 Q fd' U" -. +- I 7 U O' Q 2. 'lt' 5- ff w VICE-PRESIDENT Richard H. Barrett B.B.A., East Texas Stateg M.B.A., Texas A8cM University Q '23 Administrative Assistant to the President AVA LEA GFNTRY Dean of Instruction I. L. FRIEDMAN B S Fast Texas State X! "K-isa f Dean of Women EVA SAUNDERS B.A., Baylor University M.A., University of Texas Decm of Men and Student Activities IEDWIN FOWLER B.S., Baylor University M.A,, East Texas State EQ ., Dean of the Evening College IEDWIN S. BROGDON I3.B.A,, M.B.A., l?21SfT6'X21S State Registrar KENNETH LEXVIS BS., Texas A8cM MS., Fast Texas State I M-gni"'e 5 , .t 'Y Varied Positions I if - of r- age 1 .- - -.4" ' if '51, 8 . ,N i nt. vi 4 s . y . f it I , as -. .R F , lag- ." . ,.. Q 'nf I . , P QL' . ,. Tx Offering daily shows to Tyler Junior College students, Hudnall Planetarium is one of the most outstanding buildings on the campus y , 15 e L' fu :Z- ' 1 ! X ml-is 1 5 X FRANK BALDWIN Superintendent of Buildings K' 3 ,Lf FRANCES FRIEDMAN Director of I-Iudnall Pl.1net.irium I fl, . , . is it " W '42, GENE BLAKELY B.B.A., North Texas State Assistant to the Fiscal Vice President 5526928 v "ll"f""'i9' AVERILLE GREENHAXV BS., Oklahoma State Director of Student Activity iNl0f Pfc'fl1l'c'if MERRILL O. CANTRELL A.A,, Tyler junior College Assistant Registrar MYRA YORK Audio-Visual Aids Coordinator I3 LOUGENE WILSON Secretary to the President Office Personnel MAXINE ROBINSON Secretary to the Academic Vice President PATSY LEWIS Secretary to the Fiscal Vice President JOANN RICHARDSON Secretary to the Counselors Lx Q f-J W , QT - 'Ni MARY KATHLYN NEILL Assistant to the Registrar al LORAINE MYRACLE Secretary to the Deans MARY LYNN WELLS Secretary to the Registrar I -5 E xxx? 4 A A - xx .1 4' 1 -69-L X 5 an ., 5, S ,, ,, Yyf Q P ,, X, 2.5, 12 , af 1 1' fir , ' uf ' vi f'b.l,,f W CAROLYN WEIR ii An' EMMA LOU PRATER Bookkeeper JUDY SPENCER Secretary ,,, gs es" 'J as Secretary to the Counselors HELEN WOMACK Secretary '36 if , 'Q If -1 N, -' vga 2 4 'I 'GEF 42 if fi 52 'ew ez fe 'S V nf, f Ml I ,I QAQ 2 -isis 5255 'Vg A5 '-fe 'L' f' .api 1 1: m lp R -3. , I5 Student Center w'i'f""'i' ,!.i'f' 4--4,,."4+ iff: f fvtsf ri t"-' Q ftp S t 'ft' if M .4 LAVALLA XVARD I ' ' ' f Director of Student Center Personnel -'J i xc we by 1 t -1 , A A. . 1 : 1 ,' 1 3 Decisions, Decisions, Decisions! W, I f 'x..I Y .fffn ffff,,,,fff . I ' 'f ,- I If : I if'-t ' .--.smPf!2..,hl,. - , fx -1 ,f-15, ,ww ,- ,-lift-!'fA31:tfz.' 'V " 5 'Wx - 'h wiki? 'Rt'-9'5'f+'g 'tai i ,.A,...- 8 .e.,. ' AQ4,-, , Kuff-' W" f' U' "X ', ' 1. ' 41- .4 .. Y. V, 'tt .-:i-.,,,,,. ,g?f,...,2'1W-"'f4' i Xa: ,, M ,. V gut, l,,,.,,f.A. gn .41 vs , .-M4 .jd ,',,' 1' ,' , 1 Q .--x, ..::5A'!Ft'T' ,.vu.eM...,-14f+R"ftS-n.n8'1w:'7xa., . 'T TLIIQ STUDENT CENTER, completed in time for the 1967 fall semester, is the most modern building on campus. Stu- dents muy cither study or visit with friends in this beautifully furnished building. ,ZX Mrs. Helen jones shows some students one of the TIC shirts nxulilable in the TcePee, These shirts .IFC .zmong the many spirit booster ideas for Apache Sl.lPpOI'fCl'S. Mrs Wllll6 Shanks gladly furnishes coffee md 1 cmdy blr ro help stretch 11 tired Ap.1che's lolflg ,Q' ., , 5 - ! , f+7'Ml'?' ' 'A 4 2 2 - " ' . ,sf--?,,,f"9-v' ilu' I , , 4 be Student Center Personnel were 'T LAVALLA WARD Director of the Student Center L Conversing with students is one of the enjoyable services provided by Mrs. Clare B. Heaton, director of the new student center building. HELEN joNEs ,f""'f ?'1 ,Lite A' ' 1 'lei A '. ,J 112313 .Wt .' . A Q i ,,,' j "!! , 3'',."teJ,1:',',f'.",m'A 'lf ' l "fs , 'I A A' f' ' 1 '7'Qif,efPf7.f Cribs- 4: r- 1 i rw.- I r - 'fiA'lLLll2 SHANKS Gloria Gentry breaks the monotony of a cold lunch by inserting 21 bit of small talk. w N X V f i U 'SEHK 1 , it v Qmmi 5 W ' . . ., - mm ?L iliir ' f 1 .,, ff'v' ?'f'y"M iff 5 'W i 4 em : rl f,? ,i' 1 f' i . ' J 1! g .r 4 A1 W- F f W' ? 1' r 2 1 I ' Aki I A ,. , f xi rx Q 2 ff ' 1 ' FACULTY AND BUILDINGS G N English 48 Q ,w-ig, aidfdwfa. PAULA BUCK B.A., Texas A8cI M.A., Stephen F. Austin v-""" ELIZABETH BRYARLY 'if '10 - I x Claaifmmz, Englifh Deparlmenl B.A., Baylor M.A., U. of Texas MARY BURTON B.A., M.A., Sam Houston State gf'-S .F .F 1? S fLcfIj LENA EXUM B.A., Mississippi State College for Wcmmen M.A., U. of New Mexico fRi,qb1j KENNETH HOLDER B.S.E., M.S.E,, Henderson College DEASON HUNT Ioumalimz B.S., SFA State College .d,,.....-f'-s K? Munn! State Teachers 4105 FQQ if-is ll W, T 'K Jw. -at rg , f mix fm., . 5 'x HULBROOK WILLIE LEE BARBARA MCDANIEL LORETTA MCGEHEE 'NFA 5'-"1 f4"l'Ul'3 LANKFORD B.A., M.A., North Texas B.A., Southern Methodist BA., Texas Wf,mgn'5 State College University a University M.A., East Texas State M.A,, SFA State College Uf1lVCf5lfY ,ff S.-4 JAMES MURRAY BEVERLY PERKINS BEVERLY PHILLIPS B.A., Baylor B.A., Texas Technological BAA, East Texas State MA., U. of Texas College M.A., East Texas State 1-45 11' bf' 'ui 'Hur Y t., 'R . . . .,. BLANCQHE PREJEAN jffznvlaffrlll, Dir. Plxblirily BA., Texas XX'esleyan College M A., SFA State College , K. it-f""", ,S 1 V fl "TY, 2 Q ll . . LORENE STRICKLAND MARY F. WALDROP GLADYS WYLIE JIM YANCY B.A., M.A., SFA State College BA., M.A., Austin College BA-. Riff B-Au Mix- SFA Staff' Culletlf MA., SFA State College ' :Pty .avg W W, 1 , ,.,, ' A f-ff f f f '-Q... ' V . .,, e-Nh if Ava! Pffflln if THOMAS AKINS B.A., Texas ARM Vnixersity d. y 'V' 4 .4 V J V Q Q,t,,1f3-1" ,al I wh .- I ' . v A -Lg H , '!.1',,az!-vq1.w.,, V. H .,,.w4f,3i.:,, N. ...mf '..q33,'Zgg,.5wa,,,,,,?', 1 . .1 ,gym , . -va .J 6 Y ,S-'. ,, V., in gy' 1 p , ,im f A '. ,,,,,.L,5.3m-mqvwf-eb' , .p - .47 4 W., - rwetfefefe fe 3ff,?2rfz.!'a""s -- L , ' exe-flfff f f - ., M.. ' , V 'if .,p',.l1' , ,aybgffgiviq ' Y QQ, -3 , , U V ,, 3 9049! . . . ,gf -N K-4" - ' 33 125 Q , ,A f'f.57'5. ' ,,wv",' -+ t' X " ' ,, . 5 .sjgsikq ,,,- -.W 34 49' mv - wt?-i at' 'ww 1151- ,, .V in ,Ag , . 3 4 at ' i T- QQ' f , ,. - ,,, ,Q 2.5,-xx .- ,Q ,, 1 -1 ,,' ,. ,y 'I ,V ' 4 .. . ...pe . .,,,. 1,5 yn ,l,,fAW3fL ,,,5 q3?Qff,ggg1ki ,grffgxma H f X J, 4 ,fu at x , . . 1.51551-.f39wrf:.z. ' Fun c'..wl'LiM1f . , . .-'0:f4ff..a- - '- U" uf " "ww-fzfisff r.. AZ. . . . s Completed in 1963, the Academic Building containing hmny classrooms, offices, and laboratories occupies a central position on the TIC campus. fc- JUNE THOMPSON BS., MA. Stephen F. Austin ,-. LX Fore Languages , gym. if ign MAHLON SOILEAU Clmirman, Foreign Language Deparlmefzt B.A., M.A., University of Southwestern Louisiana 1 In I' A an - DR. ANDRES ACOSTA M ' Sptmitb 5 - B.S., M.A., Institute del Pinar Del Rio l x Ph.D., University of Havana M French Language Certificate, University of Paris i ,ii w ff KAMILL G. IOGARASI BA., Wayne State University M.A., Wayne State University ELINOR HANES B.A,, Augustana College M.A,, Oberlin College M.A., University of Bordeaux Y.-9 . ji' one of the many activities conducted this year by the German Club under the SYI-VIA SLEIGHSINGER i .instill liogarasi. BAA- BCWIM M.A., Louisiana State University 4 f 'Q Physical Education 'A'-.f',-,,.. Modem and fully equipped, the Ap.1che Gym serves as the scene of all Tribal basketball games .md all men's physical '........-V"""'f' - ': R' FLOYD WAGSTAFF B.S., Stephen F. Austin M.A., North Texas State education classes. No! Pfffllfcd BILLY WAYNE ANDREWS BA., Trinity University fit' 19 'L as 79 1 , 2 MARJORIE COULTER JANIES L, HALLMARK B.S,, Baker University B.S., Texas ARM Women's P.E. M.A., Stephen F. Austin 16-f 4.1 if Ui' , xl is . 3125 'E Y? J. NEVILLE SPIERS BS., North Texas State Gentry Gym is used for women's physi- cal education classes and is the practice home of the Apache Belles. 23 -i t Home Economics Y 5 4.4-S 2 'l ttxgim. MARIE DUSEK B.S., Sam Houston State 1 . -,f .ff ' 4 iiitstil li 1 tookery provide an interesting t lt1,'ol'tl.iases. Whenexfer there is a lull ineher busy schedule Mrs. Averill Greenhaw sometimes tries her hand at cooking just for her own enjoyment. Ari No! Piclurcd LOUISE HENDRY BA., North Texas State SUZANNE H. RAY B.A., Texas Women's University M,A., Stephen F. Austin CHARLES CAVANAUGH, JR. B.F.A., Louisiana College MA., North Texas State A H' 'EP , A 1' - Physical Sciences if ,- .,:-"'?SW1i 'fri X ' ' V 'N s- I 3 l -gk y',,..av' SILVIA BERGGREN 'IOHN BURKET jOSIZPl-IINE COURSEY Sriwzru Ltzh Imlrudor Gwlu-gy Bill!llIU1' HA., IYIS., Baylor HS., DIS., North Texas Stgtq -1 Nmlql sew- Nun! A- 01- if J. C, HENDERSON JAMES H. HILL WILLIE LEE PALMORE ADRIAN PEDDY BA., Rice BS., Lamar State College Biolnlqry B.S., Texas Tech MA., University nf California MS., University of Arizoni BS., North Texas MS.. East Texas State at Berkeley ISSAC SANDERS Geology B.A., Rice MA., U. of Texas vii' 1 vias' X T 'T' JAMES D. WIC.kS Clit ' III ii! ry BS., M.A,, Suuthwest Texas State 5. fgigr " ' ' wV,.H,,f.3,,., ,ff 3 ' , gf. . ff '11 MILTON D. STARK GEORGE STILIES, ClI7.1fl'7l1t1l.7 PZ?-1.fit'J', M.Ifb Biolngj, PlI7AHfL'.1l Sviwm' Dcf7.J?'IlI1c7lI B.A., Rice BS., Sam Houston MS., U. of Mississippi N.A, Cnloratlw State Civllege -Jw Fii1fsii'.i't'f:1- .riff ., ,A S Technology JACK W. BETTS E71'QiI1f.'6,7'flIg, Drtzfling BS., MS., East Texas State N of Pifl wed JULIUS A. BUCHANAN Peffolezmz Terbnology BS., U. of Texas CLARENCE DURHAM BS., Georgia School of Technology No! Pidured DAN OXVENS BS.. North Texas State MS., North Texas State E. E. HENDRIX Szxrrwyirzg BS.. Texas A8cM NUI Pfflllfdd WALTER UNTERSEE .f'll'fJff07l ,'ldI'diIl't'd Ground Imfrurlor Airjvlizm' Imlrrmznzl G-l'0IU1d Illillllffllf' Flilqbl In.trr1zcl0rf.fiirplfzmir Single' and Mlzlli-Erzlqizze Ir1rlr'1m1w1l Flilqbl Irzilrrzrmr Ahh ewvvrl :gg 'Baku r 3 flwlt-Q'..g 5.Q,,.g.f43 ., II. W. F. PUETI' ESTON RAY BS., University of Houston Polife Training BS., Stephen F. Austin 'Tiff' WB' WALTER Elerlrorzirf, SMITH FCC Radio- Trlezirion, Engineer CHARLES SOWDERS Dmffirzg, Adrertixizzg BS., Sul Ross FOREST GRIFFIN Direflm' of Tuflwiml Edurafion ot' the oimpus, the Tethnology Building Contains all the B-Sw M-3-. Eewf TCXHS SIMS N 1 .i . tht- elcctronit d.it.1 processing department. MABEL WILLIAMS B.A., M.A., U. of Texas MARVIN P. DAVIS B.S., Lamar State College of Technology M.A., Louisiana State DAVID DEMIC B.A., Texas Tech M.A., U. of Texas ,i--qv Mathematics Chairman, Malbemalirr Deparlmenl SAMMIE SMYRL B.A., East Texas State MA., U, of Texas GEORGE B. TEFTTELLER B.S., MS., East Texas State JOHN WHEAT Pbyrirr, M1115 B.S., SFA State M.S., U. of Mississippi N of Pirlured ROYCE HEARD BA.. Baylor MA., Sam Houston State 1,-N-7 ,S X! ,,,....-.. -4.-'Y3 H.: JEFF MARTIN RONALD PATSCI-IKE FRED A. XVRIGHT, JR. B.S.E., Southern State B.S., M.Ed., Southwestern B5-I Flflfidfl Sfllfe U. A.M.U., U. of Texas State Teachers College MA.. Dlllff UI1iV6fSily' 27 ROBERT N. GLOVER Hirnni, Giruzwzlzzlczlf B.A,, MA., Stephen F, Austin CECIL GRE ER I-Iii'1f1f.y, Gfiz'n'r1111w1f BA., University nf Miami lNI.A., Unixersity of Genrgia RAYMOND HAXVKINS GU1't'l'I1II1L'IIf B.A,. U. of Texas M.A., Stephen F. Austin win DAVID LIGON I'1iefIil?'i1, GllI'k'?'IIlIl:'?If BS., Portland State College IQ' I-I. Ii. MILLS Iljilfury HA., MA., Rice 1 F Sf Y .H A dhnl M I TOMMY ROBINSON iiifiipmiii' ' , Gf'rf,qz'.1jvl1.y, Hiffofy ' lx' V ,X ISA., MA., University of Gklahoma 'F '? ROBERT PETERS .if ISA, Texas Christian University ' MA., Stephen F. Austin WAYNE KEITH Iliilory B.A., INIA., Baylor M.A., Pez1huCly College JAMES LEWIS Eroznmzirr, Gv0I'c'H1I7It'I1l BS.. M.A., North Texa lNI.S,, Eastern New lNIexiCo University s State Social Sciences P' -it I . r I ? ROBERT BALLARD GOI't'I'lI7II671f, Isliflnry B.A., CulverfStucktnn College M.S., East Texas State JAMES F. BARNES Emnomiri, G0l'c'7'IIlIIFll1 B.A., Mississippi College M.A., U. of Mississippi .QF IK EILEEN ARNDT GllI'4'?'lIlIIt'l1f B.A., North Texas M.A.. NTSU RAY BAGWELL B.A., Bzlylur MS., East Texas State FELDER CULLUM P.a'yflmloIqy BS., U. of Maryland M.Ed., Ed.D., NTSU MILIIQRD COLLINS Hiilwj' B.A., East Texas Baptist M.A., Stephen F. Austin , 't 4 . I . ,fl "f 4 . "7' 4 . I .- . I . , . X . ,O r ,4m...-+4'-"...- .v, .- RAY BLANKENSHIP STEPHEN BURKET HENRY BURNS S0ri0f0,Qj'. P.lj'fl7010I2j' Gn1'ar11mez1l ,-lIqrii'1zll11n', Emzzozlzirx BS., East Texas Baptist College B.A., M.A., Austin College BS., MS., Texas A8cM M.A., Stephen F. Austin WILEY JENKINS Cb.1iv'111.111, Sufitfl Sfiwzrm Dujff. B.A., U. nf Mississippi Ph.D., U. uf Texas . 212 '.,' ' ' Ms' 11 , I pill . ' ' 5, . , sw f In ,X k. wwf w . -: n fl . . zxw' W I 4 J N 5 - R Q.-J ll! X REBECCA COLLINS Pi'V1i'lwffuIqVg , 5ut'i0fuIQ'y BS., M.Etl., SFA State Cnlle-ge A Business -ma-J'l Dedicated and renamed for President H. E. Jenkins in the spring of 1966, Jenkins LOUISE CLI'NKSCALES Hall houses all the business classes, the library, various special rooms, and many Chairman, Businm Deparzmeni classrooms. This was the first building on the campus. B-B-A-, BHYIOY M.B.A., East Texas State N01 Pzrtured ETTA SPIVEY Bumzefr B.S., Mary Washington College MERRILL CANTRELL Elerlwmr Dafa Profefrnzg A.A., Tyler Junior College - 1, JOE ALLEN POWELL M.B.A., B.B.A., Sam Houston State College RUTH FLEENOR B.S., Central State, Okla. JOHNNY ABBEY CHARLES BENNETT LARRY WHITAKER M.S., Oklahoma State B.B-A., University of Texas Buiifzeys B.A., Louisiana State University M.B,E., University of Texas B-Sw Southeayefn State College, Okla. MS., Okla. State University CATHY RUSSELL B.B.A., M.B.E., North Texas State 'L'-.S 'ef' .as MARY PEDDY DANIEL VON JOHN SALEH B.S., Mississippi State College ROSENBERG Buiizzen for Women ,qf,,,,,,,,i,,g' Bw' May, B.B.A., East Texas State MS, Mississippi State BQBIAI, U- of Texas M.B.A., North Texas State Uf'lVef5itY M.B.A., Texas ARM . Speech E X ., I X IVR .f' V 11 DR. JEAN BROXWNE Cfhlllllltlll, Sfmflv Dtjnirfmtrzf Planning stage sets is only one of the varied responsibilities of members of the speech department. Mr. Strickland performs this duty .is he points out the techniques of good setting designs to two students. LAWRENCE BIRDSONG Speerb. Dmma B.A., Baylor M.A., East Texas State LLOYD POWERS Specffb B.A., MA., University of Oklahoma af'-A Q ,,. 1. Q5 wi ff. i ,WM i I CLARENCE MARGARET TODD STRICKLAND Public Sfvcuzbirlg, Diama Spgfifb B.A., North Texas BS., MS., East Texas State MA., Northwestern University HA.. lNlount Holyoke College BA., Carnegie Institute of 'leclinoloigy lNl.F,A., Ll, inf TCXJS Ph.D., State llniversity of Iowa P . ..gg Q . H , , f , , g Q.. if gQ,,,?:.3', 'dvi as L . - 5. . ' " 'r 'V J - 'N xx. ' l-1,l"- L-V A- i 1 'M ' N' y S? lf I-P' After writing an oration students usually .islt .1 speech teacher such as Mr. Lloyd Powers for improvement suggestions. 31 .ti- fsnr""M, Music .Y IIOSIEPI-I KIRSHBAUM A, l7irutlm' of MIl1'fF Mus.B., Mus.M,, Yale University Q I DAVID HANSON B.A., IXI.F.A., The University of Minnesota ji W. JOHNSON Mus.B., Mus.M., North Texas State University RICHARD RIVERS BS., Juilliard School of Music MA., George Peabody College ,...,4--A l 761, -f 4' ' L ,... LE til . Q. fmimfu Qi!!-'ms' 5-'Ein' 132, kk., . ,1m'T'.4 L, '- ,Z-,,. A ,pf A Q A i I ,-,A ,rw zz'-' I ' fu- - 'mf rm IU l.EvI lil mtl special llrcilitics for the music program, the Wise Auditorium-Fine Arts Building was largely financed by Watson i the lvmrd of trustees. EVELYN MCMANUS Head Librarian B.A., Southwestern University M.A.. East Texas State MARGARET ANDERS Arrixtanl Librarian SUE BETTS Arxiflarzl Librarian M.Ed., East Texas State University EDITH CHILCOTE A.rfiJlai1l Librarian BA., Southern Methodist University SA RA FAULK Aniflarzl Librarian IVA JENKI NS AJ ritlanf Librarian JULIA WARREN Auiffant Librarian AB., Wiley College MS., North Carolina College of Durham A l l ibraricms I fl 'Q l X X ' 4 -,i ,Q 4 . gg .,- ,,, ffwg in 5 ' 5: ...ti is Qc cl it Y, nl i W 114, v X' -.4 ' 'N Lt.Lz.Lu.u.t.-LtL.n ll J-LLL if-t. , A view of the new library during early construction foretells the tremendous educational facilia ties proposed for the completed building. .L 33 Counselors MARY WALLACE Direrlor of Comzrelwxf B.A., Hardin-Simmons University M,A., U. of Texas ...SLN Mr. Rudd .ind Mr. Richardson intently watch Mrs. Wallilce while she EUGENE LONG lots down plans for the spring pre-registration. A.B., Wiley College A.M., U. of Michigan --4' .- lil.-.Clif LEO RUDD TOM TOOKER if BA., William Jewell College A.B., U. of Wichita MS, East Texas State M.Ed., Texas A8cM exas Eastern School Of Nursing K ,if ,AVS I Y , W, MRS. LARUE HARDEE iNlIH'lc' .'lJ111l11i.ilmmi BS., Univ. of XX'yoming A 757 ,we-uv W X 6 ik, Q 31 MRS. JIMANNA HONIG MRS. lVllfRRY MCBRYDI Harris Hospital School of Nursing BS. llnixersity of Texas MRS. DOTTIE MACK B.S., University of Texas Loc.1ted near Medical Center Hospital Texas East- ern School of Nursing provides excellent train- ing facilities for nurses. Wall- '--K 5 hui. Qf T377 Q . . MRS. BARBARA NIALLARD B.S., Illinois XVC-sleynn University M RS. PAT TILLER BS., Taylor No! PfL'lIH'c'd MRS. DIANA FERGUSON BS TXVU 'x fe, .fa 0, , V Qnllif ,ga-vii" y --an 4V M Yr 1 'L MRS. JUNE MURPHY BS.. TCF RUSS BETTY XVELCH BS., lfniiersity of Texas 'sl 'EP' f .A-. 1' ,- 'A I -A ' 4' .1 f '. , , , ..- +I f , Bible Chairs .ff X- ' ,S l .', fe- 1 i X .v' My da, , A ,Q :. - .2 .. E 0 . f . H V h X .. V A, 1 .. lvgtfa We p y kc Q' ' i , ee ,fn V ff, ' 'NX ' 9. ' ""' 'Q I ""' """"""' 'K i' ' 'WV .,...:. . . ia' The Baptist Student Center is the site of many recreational as well as educational facilities. A , sf.. V . '55-gfk: -Q ld ,EW Meeting the needs of Tyler junior College students is one of the primary endeavors of the Church of Christ Bible Chair. Noi Pirlured RAYMOND BARRETT Director, Prefbylerian Bible Chair B.S., Taylor University M. of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary NORMAN FERGUSON Direrzor, Bapiiff Szudenz Cenfer B.A., Baylor University V B.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary DON SIKES Dirertof, Church of Claris! Bible Chair B.A., M.Ai, Eastern New Mexico University My sw at Vi 1 'V:i'i-fjlfllfff 'L l .. i if it 1, iff y I,,i11f'i.7a,'ifL11 "it "2- Q T ' ., -D, Sfiiitlnem Ixleiiiiidisi Located on the west side of TJC, the Wesley Foundation is open to students for worship, study, ' 't 1 fl and relaxation. i P TA" Cl Q' . 'sf Nf' i ' its - -xv: 11- '::r3'i-- -W. - 'S ,X- f--'Q-R , .0-C" ' 5 . t ' Q X-. X 1 'L 1 -r Y- Q- 'v' ' P , 's . ' K+ s 4 Y 'C pw' '-un. QP' .. -aw-.lr Y' .J , srl 3. .. 391' ,- ,S 1'S"'r-on ,SA xnxx.. . li .. A - ,- A-51.1 . ,, . . . N ,. . -- - f-- . . p " -T, 1.-x - 's CLASSES 'Q- s ,r'zAfvkiA'f3f?f'v.f,'r' . 'Xi Wi! S! S5 O ' n 0 5 ,! ,xxx 5. I 's 5 5 ' 7 5 '5 is 5 'sas , 5 5 Q5 5 5 5 . A 4 0. Q' fs" N. so use cs' ei 3 Q Q N Q s ' H 4' s A 0 5 s , 395' 30.5.05 ' 5.5. 5. txxxs .5 5 0 0 3,15 , 3.0, xt 4 Q Q 5 5 pix s,s'.5 N 5 0.g,'4s. ':1..sK5 Ox: x x y.g',l' S xy-xx' 5 5 'Qs 0 gl Q xf 15 O 5 xx! 4, 9 5 ,xxx o W N Nx y gl. 1 QR, ty A61 z 255' we lv IV Us f K 5 5 5 ,. 'lx '.. ...l.v.51.lO.:4x:'A 31 Qi , QI . 41-,Q .K . EK: In 'N 5' lt' fs? S' -'to ' I? 3 3 s' A J , i.1'.Q. " 's J l v J ,V Ah: 533. "4 ' 'I ,'Q 1? :4'.9"o, .QQ O: . I4 ri fr D OJ -rf if-Q Sophomore Class Officers Prcmdent Secretary President HITEBARD COOKIE CLARIZIO RONNIE CARPENTER LEENA ADAMS-Tyler MARY ADAMS-Van JAMES AKIN-Tyler WINSTON, ALEONG-San Fernando, Calif. JIM ALEXANDER-Tyler CAROL ALLEN-Tyler JACKIE LYNN ALLEN-Alice JACKIE LYNN ALLEN-Arp CATHY ANDERSON-Dallas GARY ANDERSON-Winnsboro JOHN ARNOLD-Tyler ANNIE ARTERBURY-Overton DAVID ASHMORE-Austin MARTI BAILEY-Grand Saline CHARLES L. BAKER-Bossier City La. DONNA BAKER-Hurst DWAYME BAKER-Tyler RANDALL BAKER-Tyler STAN BAKER-Orange, Tex. LINDA JO BARKER-Tyler EARL BARNETT -Lindale JAMES BARRETT- Galveston RICHARD H. BARRETT- Tyler RICHEY BAUGH- Canton ALICE BAXTER J -Tyler RHODA BEALL4Tyler THOMAS BEALL4Vzm PHYLLIS BECK-Tyler CARLA BELLfTyler MARILYN BENNETT-Houston DENNIS BLANCHARDfHouston DOREN BRADBERRY-Grand Saline .Q JANONE BRANNON-Troup "Wy STEVE BREFDLOVE-Tyler CHARLES BROOKS-Waco JIMMY BROOKS-Tyler JOANN BROYLES-Bridge Cary ww, r K5 il, ,- Hiallllifl , , ,I ,. g.. , lg, ..,,l ii ag l,A'1lU','l:-4 ' '23 "All Apaches . . . Raise ELLA BROWN-Troup JOSEPH WM. BROWN Dallas LENA BROWN- Madisonville TRUDY BRUMBELOW Tyler FANNIN BRUSKER- Quitman ROY BUNCH4Tyler JOE DALE BURCH-Van BEVERLY BURNS-Tyler PERRY BUSH-South Chatham, Mass. '12 1" Your Voices High" J If Sophomores RCY GENE BlVI'LERfTylLr MIKE BYRD-.Incksonville CAROLYN CAIN-Tyler JUDY CALAWAY+Ty'lLr '12 RUBIE MAE CALDWELL Troup A STEVE CANNON-Houston 1'....f, BOB cANTLIaYwBu11afd MARSHA CARSON-Richardson GARY CASTLEBERRY-Mineola ll vB DAVID CATLETT-Hawkins RONNIE CARPENTER-Sulsbee KAY CAUSEY-jaclxsonulle STEPHEN CEGELSKI- Dallas SYBIL CHRISTEPS- Houston COOKIE CLARIZIO-Dallas LYNNDA CODDELL-Tyler MIKE CLIFTON-Dallas HARRY CLIFFORD-Grand Saline fi jx TRECIA CLAYTON-Tyler LACY CLAYCE-Crockett, Tex. ',,-sf Victory Signals Follov ,Tl Y"""?' 1 . ALICE COLE-Brxdge Cxty PATRICK-Brenham CHARLES COLEMAN-Tyler SANDI coLEMANMTy1ef fi 'f Q-Big " g asp Y-I ,I ,AX ' ,f 47.- ,,,,1d.. PM, ' r.j, :J ffl T 2 VICKI COLEMAN Tyler RONNIE COMPTON'-Garland assi -.4 1 I N, 'Q'-f"1l' -IOANNE CONNALLY-Tyler RITSAERT CORNELISSE-New York, N. Y. RONNIE COX'-Tyler DIANE CRAWFORD-Tyler f KAREN CRAWIIORD-Reklaw PHIL CREED-Plano KAREN CRUSE-Tyler -2:0 DOC CURTIS-Lindale JERRY D. DALE-Imperial DONALD DANIELS-Marshall DALE DAVIS-Houston DONNY DAVIS Canton ,J Ipache Team -Q 5-auf ,, an GEORGIANNA DRENNAN-Tyler DOUGLAS DUKE-Dallas PEGGY DUNLAP-Dallas BARBARA EASLEY-Grand Saline GARY L. FAUNCE-Tyler JOHN T. EANCHER-Tyler DIANNE EVERETT-Tyler LAURA ENGLISH-Dallas ELLEN ELLIOTT!-Grand Saline RANDY ELLIOT-Tyler ALVIN ECKERT-Nederland TED EDWARDS-Canton CSAIL DAVIS--Chlrlzlmi IOSELINE DAVIS-f!I'yICr WILLIAAI DAVIS ---f Tylcr ANN DEAN-Madisonville Sophomores SANDRA DEGcsEDTy1cf MARYLEE DEMENT-Tyler DE WAYNE DERASAUGH-D 111:15 DEBBIE DEXX'-Dallas JANIS DICKERSON-G rand Salnne JIMMY DINGLER-Tyler ROYCE DODD-Tyler JEAN-YUES DONES-Tyler 'J li. 'fmt' Happiness SHARON FELTS-Ft. Wforth SALLIE FENNELLY-Waco CAROLYN FLEMING--Lindale RAYMOND FONTENOT-Port Arthur LOIS ANITA FORD-Tyler SHARON D. FORD-Tyler WILBUR FORESTER-Troup JOHN FOWLER-Houston SHARON FRAKES-Washmn VILORA FRANKLIN-Tyler MARTHA FRANTZEN-Palestine JOE FRENCH-Grand Saline JAMES R. FULMER-Dallas JOHNNY GALLEGLY-Tyler GENENE GALLOWAY-Quitman JERRY GARRETT-Tyler JESSIE GARY-Tyler MONTY GEARNER-Winnsboro SAMUEL GEORGE-Tyler JIMMY GILBREATH-Quitman JANICE LYNNE GILLEY-Tyler THERLER GIPSON-Tyler TRUDIE DEVONNE GIPSON- Tvler PUCKER GLAIN-Troup Homework Helper DENNIES GOLDBERG-Rlchmond Virginia GLADY M. GOLDEN-Wnnona CONNIE GOLSTON-Arlington CAROLYN GOODWIN-Wills Pomt JENNY GOSSETT-Tyler KARLA GOSSETT-Tyler LINDA GRANT-Tyler SHERRY GRAY-Tyler PATTY GREEN-Tyler BEVERLY GREER-Canton GREG GREYNN-Rusk J. C. GROSS-Tyler THOMAS E. HALE-Tyler LINDA HALL-Lindale MARTHA HALL-Tyler Sophomores fl Q?-.V N A, CAROL HATHCOX-Hawkins DRULAINE HELLUMS-jefferson CINDY HENDERSON-Tyler WILLIAM HENSON-Grand Saline GAY NELL I-IICKS-Lindale MOLLIE I-IILLgTylcr CHUCK I-IILLIARD-Canton PAMELA ADELLE I-IILLIARD-- Detroit, Mich. 'E YN HOI5BSAVan U ll DITCH-fTyl6r I ll Ylfl' Allilmer I Y 1 ff'fNlfYfiIITT-Big Sandy x . Scrimmage Games Prepare ABBOTT LLOYD HARGRAWS JR.-Lufkin NANCY HARLESS-Grand Saline i JIMMY HARPEN-Gallatin JUDY HARRINGTON-Tyler WILLIAM LACY HARRINGTON-Tyler WAYNE HARRIS-Tyler CYNTHIA HARRISON-Tyler HELEN HART-Tyler N, CANDYQ AYUTH HARUTHAI-Bangkok, Thailand lv'---i' kpaches For Real Clashes WALTER HOOD-Shreveport, La. RAYMON HOOPER-Tyler DON HOUSTONW-Tyler JOHN HUBBARD-Tyler LARRY HUEF-Tyler MELISSA HUIE-Dallas AMANDA HUNT-Palestine JIMMY HYNDS-Tyler JONAN IHLO-Center Sophomores Wifi, 1 .Wi ? I -LJ W , We Wig' DOUG IVY-Tyler CLEMESTINE JACKSON-Tyler TERRY JAMES-Sulphur Spfingg CLAUDE JERN1GAN4ry1ef CAROL JOHNS-Tyler PAM JOHNSON- ROBERT MIKE JOHNSON- Amarillo WILLIAM JONES-Tyler STEPHEN JORDAN-Silsbce NOLA JORDIN--Rusk JILL KALLERSON-Tyler TRENDA KORKMAS-Tyler Professor Backward fhf , is .-.-ai' sf X Q, ,,,ff.1 IUN ..-.597 LYNN LOCKNER-Tyler HERBERT LOFTIN-jasper SHERRELL K. LONG-Tyler TOM LOPEZ-Dallas KERRY LOTT-Grand Prairie PAM LAUGHLIN-Garland JENNIFER LUCK-Cypress PATRICIA LUEB-Dallas JETTIE MADISON- Palestine LINDA IAILOY- ry 3, 1L11 5 68' IQ-HX '1""",' -all 1 wg -4-'C' in 2 2 ,fry ,4--'+A ,-QQ ID ROBERT LAFFITTE-Mansfield NORMAN LAMBERTH-Tyler TERESA LAND-Austin LINDA LANGE-Dallas STEVEN LARSON-Tyler RANDY LAWHON-Tyler STEVE LEDBETTER-Irving BARBARA LENNAX-Dallas ROSE, LINELY-Tyler WILMER LITTLE-Tyler ASA LOCKHART-Tyler JAMES E. LOCKLEAR-Arp 9:2 ropouncls Profusely DANIEL CLAY MARTIN-Tyler DAVID MARTIN-Grand Saline MORGAN MATTHEWS-Shreveport La. CARLA MAXWELL-Tyler DONNA MAXVVELL-Jacksonville JAMES PAUL MAXWELL-Tyler JOHN MAYER-Dallas RONALD MCCLENNY-Tyler MICHAEL MCDOWELL-Mineola MARSHA MCGEE-Trinidad MARY MCLINDON-Tyler BARBARA MCNEAL-Tyler ALICE MCSPADDIN Dallas JOHN MILAN Waco GLENN MILLER Dallas Sophomores l ' ' 3 . u ' 'Na l -I ,f L l 1 E. L I I l l X is A Misery Is Sfeppin CAROL RAY MORME-Athens STEVE MORTON-Cleveland WILLIAM LAWRENCE MORTON -Liberty LINDA MULLINEAUX-Austin ZELLA MAE MURPHY-Tyler CAROLYN MYERS-Ben Wheeler JANET NALL-Garland DANNY NEELEY-Tyler MARY NEFF-Tyler LARRY NESBITT-Tyler GUY NEWBURN-Bullard ROBERT NIBLACH-Houston Jn A Rock CHRIS NOBLE-Richardson WAYNE NOBLITT-Nederland DONALD NORTH-Troup KAY NUNNELEE-Tyler Sophomores PEGGY o'DAN1EL-Tyler CAROLYN ODEM-Tyler ROY OLSON-Quafmim KAREN ORLDS-Midlothian TOMMY OSTEEN-Hawkins EDDIE OWENS-Tyler 'ROGER PARSONS-New Summerfield BETH PATTERSON-Tyler STEPHEN PATTERSON-Tyler ANTHONY PATroN-Tyler EVERETTE RAY PAYNE R.- I jasper JILL PAYNE-Tyler DAVID PENN-Tyler ART PETITT-Pasadena RICHARD GARY PEYTON-Dallas NEIL PI-IELPS-Tyler CHRIS PINKERTON-Tyler DAVID PIPES-San Antonio CHARLES POLLAN-Dallas JACK POOL-Groves 1 1 f? -avi C? . J, v -.. L ,KL f., .. 3 1? .4-ug 'Q-'vwi 5 -gf X' f I Wx: 241, an Sa- TID di' vol N151 Happiness ls Performin CLR ,EW 7 -04' 4'YT"? GARY POTTER-Canton KEN POWERS-Dallas '-Y DENNIS QUINN-Center ini MICHAEL RAINEY-Tyler ff. 4"'1D SHAWN ROACH-El Paso, Tex. id! -il -5 'fr-::1' rf 4 BILL RAMSEY-Dallas TERRY M. RAY-Dallas BILLY RAYCRAFT-Tyler ROBERT REED-Richardson GLENDA REEDER-Tyler MARY ANN REID-Grand Saline DWAIN RHONE-Tyler ALTON RIDGEWAY-Tyler SUSIE ROBERTS-Tyler TOMMY ROBINSON4Big MIKE ROBINSON-Austin CAROL ROGERS-Rusk NANCY ROGERS-Waco BECKY ROI-IE-Groves DAVIE ROLAND-Grand Ii IIUQS ROSE eW41CO ?'y'fI'I1'1' ROSS--'vLl1n0 Sandy Prairie X N BTI IIYRMI2LAMDallas 'UH , 'Q 'W-my .55 ..c1'f... if sv' .-d K C 71 1-4' Eiiwlliwk'DEN---Tyler f -wx .1117 Ap 'QI t Halflime BILLY JOE RUCKER-Troup VERNETTTA RUNNELS-Tyler DIANN RUSHING-Houston RONALD RYAN-Sour Lake STEVE SADLER-Troup TOM SADLER-Tyler SUNDAY SAMFORD-Tyler DICK SAPIEMZA-Manchester, Hampshire BABS SARTAINhDallas CLAYTON SAWYERS-Dallas NEWELL SCHAFFER-Bullard IUANITA PEARL SCOTT-Palestine Sophomores ,.-41 9 ev- ,ilfh VERA SCOTT-Tyler CHARLIE SCOVERN-Richardson ANN SI-IOAF-Quitman MICHAEL O. SHOW-Gladewater LARRY SIDES-jacksonville RONNIE SIMMONS-Martins Mills GINGER SKEEN-Tyler RIIBY SI.ARKS-Ty'lCf BRENDA SLOAN-Afp JENNIE SMAUDER-McAlester, Okl.1. AL SMITH-L.1mes.1 CAROLYNE SMITH-Tyler CHARLES SMITH-Quitman FOREST SMITHATyler FREDDIE SMITH-Irving MARK SMITH-Dallas RONNY SMITH-Tyler DONNA SNIPES-Tyler 12,1 WJ, Misery Is Runnlngg VI' JOE N. SPENCER-Center LINDA SQUIRES-Dallas DARWIN STAINBACH- Whitehouse DENNIS STANSBURY-Tyler PATRICIA STAPLES-Tyler TOM STARING-Garland DRENE STARKEY-Longview PAUL STEBENS-Henderson LARRY STEPHENS-Dallas Dui Cf Coffee I THOMAS D. TAYLOR- Longview JOHNNY THOMAS-Van DEBBIE THOMPSON-Ft. Worth DONALD THOMPSON- Clarendon, Ark. JULIA C. THOMPSON-Tyler LARRY THOMPSON- Whitehouse MICHAEL THOMPSON-Tyler RONNIE THOMPSON-Tyler TERESA THOMPSON-Tyler 'Ja 'f-'nt CHRIS STEXYXART--Palestine MARK STEWART--IDulI.1s JIMMY STEVENS-Dallas DEBORAH STINSON--Chandler Sophomores LINDA STRINGER-Tyler SUZANNE SUTHERLAND- Shawnee, Okla. RICHMOND TALIAFERRO-Tyler PAUL TANKERSLEY-Terrell SUZANNE TAPP-Tyler PERCY TATE-Tyler WENDELL TATARCHUCH- Deweyville CHARLES TAYLOR-Dallas X -I 'Z rf? Endless Booklines - CRAIG TI-IORMAN-Tyler DAVID THORNHILL-Dallas -c-17' RICHARD TINSLEY Waco ,I -'DK 25.-. .iq Nr . xy 5 NELW Y XJ TOMLIN-Whitehouse DAVIE TOWNSEND-Tyler DE VON TRAPP-Abilene 'X V' 'Qual' BYRON TUCKER-Quitman PAUL TUCKER-Quitman NANCY TUNNELL-Van MICHAEL TURNER-Hawkins RITA TURNER-Dallas STEPHEN UNTERSEE-Bonham CHRIS VANNALTA-Mexia JAMES VARNER-Van DEBBIE VASSALO-Dallas Jo LYNNE WALKER-Tyler MARY KATHRYN WALKER- Madisonville GWEN WALLACE-Jasper I I -II ymbolic Of Registration . ,N DAVID WALTERS-Gladcwater GLENN WARREN-Tyler sr' L- ak I xr ' gf., "C ' ' . . . - ' -e'4'fxf:'A-, ' .A . 1 - PAUL WATTS Irvin 2 IRENE WARREN-Tyler RANDY WATKINS-Sweetwater SOphOI11Ol'eS SANDI wrslsinousin WQ5 'f JAMES WELCH-Lake Charles, La. I NELDA WELLMAN-Grand Saline I JONATHAN WEST-Houston I RONNIE WEST-Abilene I I n I I I 4 l JEANETTE WESTBERRY-Van 3 WANDA WESTMORLAND- Grand Saline KATHERINE WHARTLEY- I CI-IERYL LYNN WHISENANT- Tyler 1 I i KAY WHITE-Canton 1' 1"""? "ff 10 l WILLIAM WHITE-Tyler NANCY WHYTE-Tyler CINDY WIEDENHOEFT-Hurst Y'- , 57 X Memories Are Made Of This PATRICIA L. WILSON-Tyler CHARLES WOHLETY-Tyler BILL WOLLITZ-Tylef MARTHA WOMACK-Dallas STEVE WOODS- GLORIA WOOTEN-Tyler ELOISE WRIGHT-Tyler NORMAN WRIGHT-Amarillo RONNY WRIGHT-Tyler ANNE WROTENBURY-Grand Prairie JACK ZIEMER-Tyler TANYA ZIESS-Tyler Sophomore Highlights After .1 week of studying .ind taking exams, Sophomores Roland Davie and Nancy Harless check their semester grades. great asset to the college is Mr. Kenneth Lewis, Registmr. Sophomore Nancy 7hyte discusses her credits .ind hours with Mr. Lewis belore departing TIC. 1 1 i?"'z'f' 1 lf 4 tis gfga-fs? fl LQ '-Wt! 'E iii ' :sf :er !!! S!! .YQ '!! !!! A14 Ill Ill L!! 222 A 'ff A f Ml. ,ff ,X X4 I -X 1 sz'-'fiiiV'.gf'7',f 'M 'f , 1 f' X Eng?-Q. -,K 'if if As grtiduation ne.1red Sophomores lwegan picking .ind m.ilcing plans to l6.1VC behind the memories of Tjff. Sheila Nix is .imong those planning to attend the University ot' Tex.is. LASS 5 1556 Sophomore, XY'endell T.1t.1rehuk, has .in .iir ot' exeitement .ihont him .is Mrs. MCD.iniels I'HC.liLll'CS for his gr.idu.ilion txiin 59 KATHERINE ABLES-Snowflake PATTY ADAIR-Tyler MICHAEL ADAMS-Tyler ROBERT ADAMShTyler MARY ALLEN-Canton ROLAND ALBERTk-Tyler RON ALLEN-Lindale DIANE ALMOND-W'hitehouse LYNETTE ANDERSON-Tyler TERESA ANDERSON-Tyler LINDA ARMSTRONG-Austin BECKY ARNOLD-Jacksonville JOHN ARNOLD-Tyler CLAUDETTE ATKINS-Van HARRY ATTAWAY-Rusk LOU AVANT-Tyler az. GARY C. AREN-Tyler WILLIAM BAIFIELD-Tyler CLIFFORD BAKER-Tyler LUQUITTA BAKER-Irving WILLIAM BRIAN BALLARD-Tyler DIANA BARBER-Tyler DONNA BARBER-Tyler CYNTHIA BARRETT-Pittsburg LINNE BARR--Tyler DANNY BARNES-Mineola LINDA G. BARKER-Canton BARBARA BOHR-Tyler AARON BOND-Alice PAM BOOHER-Groves CHERRY BOTT-Tyler BILL BOWERS-Tyler JAMES B0wKI3RETyIef JAMES BOWMAN-Rusk GARY BRADBERRY-Tyler RIQIIARD BRADLEY-Scoggins MARY ELIZABETH BRECHEEN- Wills Point VICKI BRIDGE-Wills Point Misery ls Aclmiffin CINDI BARRETT-Pittsburg RICK BARRETT-Ft. Worth JAMES D. BARTON-Tyler CAROL BECKER-St. Louis, Mo CHARLES BEENE-Troup SHARON L. BEENE-Tyler ART BELLE-ISLE-Troup CATHY BENNETT-Beaumont FRANCENE BENNETT-Houston STEVE BENNETT-Van HOMER BISHOP-Emory GLENDA BISWERTAN-Tyler WILLIAM BLANCHARD-Grand Saline DEBORAH BLANKS-Dallas SHARON BLEND-Houston GERALD BOATNER-Troup iff hat It's Your "D" Paper jERRY BROWN-San Antonio LOLA BROWN-Tyler OPAL BROWN-Hawkins PATRICK BROWNING-Carthage l 1 I , SUSAN BRULISAUER-Tyler 3 WALTER BRYANT-Grand Saline I LINDA BUDAR-Ennis ' RALPH BUIE-Tyler lg RICHARD BRADLEY BURGER-Tyler ll VICTOR BURK-Jacksonville Q JAMES BURNAP-Tyler A DEANA BUTLER-Henderson I O. NEAL CAFFEY- n Hawkins l DEE CAGLE-Conroe i JAN-WILLEM CALICHER- Schiedam, Holland I JUDY CALLAHAN- Tyler WILLIAM CAMPBELL -Troup JOHN BROCKwKarnack GARFIELD BROOKS-Tyler Freshmen BARY BRORON-Canton MARGARET BROUSSARD- Tyler DEBORAH BROWN-Garland JENNIFER BROWN-Tyler 'Sf Q' -1-1 if Gif, 6 'U 4 '42 'fi' fd' ...Ji T I Qi' fwf ...fr if A. ? 91 'i -H -rv G 5 RONNY CHILTY Irvmg RONNY CHRISTIE-Hawkins LAURIE CIREY-T ler Y CHIP CLAXTON-Gainesville KATHEY CLAY-Tyler CAROL CLENEAY-Tyler YFXJK Registration Involve' JIM CANNON-Ft. Worth BONITA CARANOUGH-Tyler SAMMY CARDELLA-Dallas KENNETH EARL CARGLE-Dallas DOVIE CARLSON-Tyler MICHAEL L. CARNES-Winnsboro BERT CARPENTER-Silsbee DANIEL D. CARROLL-Mexia RICHARD B. CARSTEN-Tyler JIMMY CARTER-Grand Saline ALAN CAUDLE-Austin SUSAN CHAMBLESS-Tyler BILL CHAMPION-Houston DEBBIE CHANEY-Dallas JANE ANN CHASTAIN-Lindale LINDA CHIDSEY-Billings, Mont. :aborious Formalities PCI I-vw-Rf GREG CORWINADallas JAY COTTON-Henderson STEVE COWAN-Dallas CHARLOTT COX-Mineral Wells DOUG CROUCH-jacksonville RICHARD CRUMPLER-Spurger DEBORAH K. CUDD-Beaumont MARSHA CUDD-Denton SUSAN CULLUM-Carthage DANNY CULVER-Van DORCIE CURREY-Grand Saline MARCUS CURVEY-Houston CINDY DALEY-Houston TIM DANIEL-Dallas FLORITA DANIELS-Tyler MIKE DANIELSON-Tyler CRAIG COBB-Tyler DARREI. LYNN COFIJEY-Dallas GEORGE ROBERT COIIIIMAN- Grand Saline JUDY COHEN-snallas KAREN COLEY-RLHCkW'Hll sv -Q W-1 -43 limp.- WEEGI COLLIFER-Chapel Hill ARTHUR COOK-Tyler DON COOK-Tyler Freshmen JERRY COOK-Van TERRY COOK-Van RICK CORBIN-Plano EDDIE CORNELIUS-Tyler 4? E -'U GERALD DRAWBAUGH- Richardson JUDY DRIGGERS-Tyler MELBA DRIVER-Tyler RHONDA DUNCAN-Canton MIKE DUNKLIN-Troup STEVE DUNN-Ft. Worth DAVID DURRETT-Dallas WENDELL EADS-Tyler CAROL EASTERLING-Richardson TJIIKIZ EASTMAN-Devers UPQIT ECHART-Dallas fvfiumiz C. EDWARDS-Tyler Happiness 1 WES DARRAH-Ft. Wodh LINDA DAVENPORT-Tyler DEWEY DAVIDSON-Tyler CARLOS DAVIS, JR.-Tyler DAVID DAVIS-Grand Saline GARY DAVIS-Terrell STEVE DAVIS-Denton MARY 'IEANETTE DEAN-Dallas DIAN DERRICKSON-Waco DEBY DeVINNEY-Richardson SHARON DICKERSON-Grand Salme RICHARD LEE DICKSON-Tyler MORRIS DIXON-Rusk ,IAN DODSON-Dallas BILL DOI-IN-Dallas DEBBIE DOLANHDallas lckel Coffee DANNY EDWARDS-Hooks ERBY EIKNER-Tyler FRANK ELKIN-Dallas ROBBY ELLIOTT-Tyler Hx- ES' 1 BILL FARLEY-Dallas JOHN FARMER-Dallas ROBERT FAULKNER-Dayton JACK FEAGIN-Tyler ANNA FERGUSON-Mineola CHARLES FERRIS-Tyler LINDA FIELDS-Troup NANCY FIELDS-MDallas MARTHA FINDLAY-Hackettstown, N. MELANIE PINNEY-Tyler TONY FISK-Dallas SHARON FITZGERALD-Tyler 1 CIR 1 J gMrJwcQ as r IN 'W L Hum! QCHQKSE SS 5 nut N-lb 'UNH Jim I j X77 ll .f in J JANICE EMERSON-Lindale BRENDA ENGLAND-eDnlIas Freshmen DEBBY ESPEDAL-Ennis JIMMY EVANS-Garland 'WILTON H. FAIR JR.-Tyler JIM FANCHER-Tyler fi ..,a4' I Socicllizing - An Interesting 05 DAVID FITZHUGI-I-Tyler EDWARD FLORES JR.-Grand Saline JAMES FLOREY-Tyler U2 ROGER D. FLOURNEY-Mineola X if f -,rx 'll MARGIE FLOXVERS-I-Iearne MARY FOREMAN-Rusk BRENDA FOSTER-Tyler LINDA FOUT-Tyler I . 4 2' . GARY FOX-Mt. Pleasant DARRELL FRANKLIN-Dallas A KITTY FRANKS-Tyler 1 CRAIG FRANTZ-Dallas CYNTHIA FREEMAN- 1 Tropica, Kan. CHARLES FRENCH-Quitman BOB FULLER-Waco KATHLEEN FULLER--Tyler ,IEFFERY CHRISTIAN FULMER-Tampa, Fla. l 3 "? : I INELLE GAGE-Tyler SI-IERRY GALLESHAW-Garland DANA GALLIvaI-Iouston 4 ROBERT GALLOP-Tyler 1 l 3 l GEORGE PIERSON GARRICK-Tulsa, Okla. ' CLAIRE GAULT-Mineral Wells DAVID GEARNERMWinnsboro BOBBY GEEkLindale nspect Of The Student Center JIM GEF-Tyler PATRICK A. CIBBS-Tyler THOMAS C. GIBSONfBf:aumont RANDALL GILBERT-Tyler Freshmen STEVE GILBERT-Manassas, Va. JIMMIE GILBREATH-Quitman RUBY GILL-Tyler JERRY GILLEYfTyler REEVES GILMORE-Tyler MARSI-IA GIMBLE-Tyler LA SALLE GIPSON-Tyler ROBERT E. GIPSON-Tyler WILLIAM L. GIPSON-Tyler -IEANNIE GLAZE-Gilmer DON GODFREY-Carrollton LINDA GOODE-Dallas GARY GOODMAN-Dallas I I 11 1 DOROTHY GRACE-Tyler . AUDEEN GRM-Tyler I JERRY GRAHAM-Van BILL GRAY-Tyler MYRA GREEN-Winnsboro CAROLYN GREENWOOD-Rllsk CAROLYN GRIGGS-Tyler SHARON CRIMES-Tyler fa. 4"7 -J ,-C 4: fav lg YZ? fl, id' 'adv G-5 1-.Q 'Iii BEVERLY GROGAN-Dallas NANCY GRUBB-Tyler ELAINE GRUBBS-Tyler MARTHA GRUBBS-Tyler WAYNE GUINN-Rusk REBECCA GUNN-Troup JUDY HAAS-Houston SHIRLEY HADDER 'Wt HALSEY HARREL- JIMMY HARRIS-Tyler RAY HAWS-jacksonville DWIGHT HAYNES-jacksonville La: NRY HAYS-Tyler f I..' R4 :A R ET HAYSWTy1ef ' f.1, Ami HITQHT-Dallas X mf mm, PIA -Troup Q40 Misery Is Having Dust 3 -43 GTZ? CAROL HADLEY-Dallas JAMES HAIL, JR.-Tyler JAMES HALBERT-Tyler SUSAN HALEY-Oakwood BEVERLY HALL-Dallas PATSY HALL-Garland VELDA HALL-Tyler TERRY HALLERMAN-Garland DIANE HANCOCK--Irving CAROLYN HARBER-Tyler MIKE HARBISON-Hooks MARIANNE HARDY-Dallas Lehind Your Contact Lens ,,,.--""' DONNA HENDERSON-Ennis BETTY HICKS-Tyler JOAN HICKS-Overton ELLEN HIGGINBOTHAMeAlbuquerquc, N. M. CHARLES HILL-Tyler DONNA HILL-Tyler JAMES MURRAY HILLIARD III- Waxahachie JOHN HILLS-Tyler LINDA HINDS-Houston MARGARET HIPPARD-Houston MICHAEL HITT-Tyler ROBERT W. HOBSON--Silsbee JANNA HOGAN-Tyler PAM HOGENMILLER-Tyler DEBBIE HOLCOMB-Garland AMY HOLLIDAY-Mt. Pleasant Freshmen ,I q 4- " fix I 19 .mx I .qv . 221 .2 H X ,, X I , x, 5 A 1 ,-1 Y 1 A 1 . y, ' rf. 'ze , Vg, lv, ,D X ' if ' fx 46 R IVF ft 1 f Q M. .An 'Q v-v-QQ 2 K .1-. u.,..4 is L. - .4,. AJ 9 "7 GREG HOLLOWAY-Dallas SUSAN HOLLOWELL-Tyler ROBERT HOLMAN-Troup JANICE HONEA-Tyler JIM HooNERMTy1ef J. 'C Y-'f 'Q Happiness ls Gettin L DOLORES ITRIA-Tyler HAROLD JACKSON-Tyler MIKE COTTON JACKSON-Tyler DAVID JARVIS-Tyler MARK JEFIIRIES-Milwaukee, was JOHNNY JENKINS-Tyler LINDA IERNIGAN-Tyler REX JENKINS-Tyler DAVID JIMERSON-jaksonville HUBERT JOHNSON-Tyler RONALD JOHNSON-Van SALLY ANN JOHNSON-Lindale Treat Instead Cf A Truck CAROL KEETON-Tyler KYLL KEIFER-Lindale JOHN PATRICK KELLEY-Ferris BARBARA KENNEDY'-Kilgore GRACE KETCHAM-Dallas PAULA KEY-Tyler CHERYLE KNAPP-Houston RONALD KNIGHT-Troup DONNA KRAUSEMAustin ANNE KUEHL-Dallas GEORGE KURACHI JR.-Austin ALAN LADD-Dallas STEVE LARGE-Tyler DAVID LARSON-Tyler BEVERLY LATHAM-Tyler LARRY LATI-IAM-Canton Freshmen .ax X5 Charging Apache Catches If 1 .Z Nd d"'..fJ" , X if AUBREY LEE-Tyler SANDRA GAYLE LEE-Tyler DEAN LEIGHTON-Hemphill SHARON LEONARD-Tyler ALICE LIPSCOMB-Tyler CATHY LITTRELL-Houston BURL LOCKRIDGE-Palestine GREGORY LOFNER-Dallas SHEILA LOFTIN-Dallas I SHEILA LONG-Dallas I MARY ANN LUCE-Grapeland BEVERLY LUCIUS-Austin JANIS LUDORICO-Tyler MIKE LYLE-Dallas RICHARD LYON-Waxahachie RANDALL S. MALLORY-Tyler KENNETH MANUELHOrange MIKE MARIS-Troup KAREN MARR-Itasca IRENE MARTIN-Lindalc ""' CHARLES MASK-Houston ali nik SANDRA MASSEYgZuvalla STEVE MASSIEvDalla5 BRENDA MATHIS-Tyler CLEVELAND L. MASON IR.- Tyler ight Of Victory HAL MATTHEWS-Tyler KATHALEEN MAXWELL-jacksonville KATHERINE MAXWELL-jacksonville MELANIE MCBRIDE-Tyler GEORGE R. MCCALLA II-Grand Saline ROBERT MCCARTHY-Medfield, Mass. DAVID McCLUNG+Terrell TERRYCA MCCOY-Ft. Worth eshmen Tyler R. I. Orleans NANCY MCNEELY-Ft. Worth CAROL MCNEILL-Tyler PATTI SUE MEALER-Irving LYNN MELTON-Tyler PEPPER MPRRIMAN-shfmpoff, La. JOE JONES-Midland SHIRLEY M1oDLEBRooKswTy1ef MARYANNE MIDDLETON-jacksonville I JAMES DAVID MCELANAN TOM MCELVEEN D1ll1s WINDELL IELIX MCGLAVN Tyler "" PATRICIA McKEE Cumberland WELDON MCKEEVER New RUTH MCKENZIE Tyler SANDY MCMILLEN Dallas GREG MCNABB Houston LINDA MCNFELY It Worth Final Discussions Befor 'O we-I -.J , -0' I . 1 i I BOBBY MORPHIS- Tyler JOE MOSS-Dallas BOBBY MORROW- Tyler BRUCE MURPHY- Tyler RANDY MURPHY- Tyler STEVEN D. MURR- Tyler DAVID MUSICK-Van ELIZABETH MYERS- Ben Wfhcelcr EDXVARD NAIL- C.1rtI1.1gc TERRY NEXVMAN-- Dl.Il'LlIlL'IIC, Ivlith. ,f wax' TCF! K, -Tyler -I'iRI.l"'1' NEAL- Mt. Enterprise HII7' ITWHN NIKON-fI-I.mn L 'XNII"l.A NORIIII'I'--GI.1rIc'w.1ter Q79 x! 'SS 119 'D CURTIS MILES-Texas City LINDA MILLER-Tyler MARY MILLER-Denton PHILIP MILLER-Stow, Ohio JOSEPH A. MITCHELL-Grand Saline LAWRENCE MITCHELL-Tyler CINDI MIZELL-Irving DENISE MONIS--Dallas BECKY MONTGOMERY-Garland SI WON MOON-Tyler STEVEN R. MOONEY-Hawkins SUZANNE MOORE-Tyler VERNIS MOORE- Nacogdoches GLORIA MORENE- Dallas CECIL D. MORGAN- fs 'Y Tyler "0 SUSIE MORRIS- Texas City CHERIE LYNN MORPHIS-Tyler 'PII he Big Game JOHNNY NORRELL-Canton PAM NORRELLWFL Worth SUSAN NORRIS-Tyler ROBERT NORTHCOTT-Garland w EVERALL LEE ODOM-Spurger MARIANNE ODOM4Tylcr CHUCK OSBORN-Trou P BRENDA GAIL OWENS-Tyler BRUCE OWENS-Wax11hachic GAYLE OWENS-Tyler RICHARD OWENS-Palestine SANDRA OWENSAMineola PENNY PANGBURNeDc Sota TOMMY PARDNE-Tyler LARRY PARKER-Chandler RONDALD PARRIS-Dallas iff, KAREN NORTHCUTT-Crockett JUDY NUNNALLY-Tyler MARIAN NUNNALLY-jacksonville TED OAKLEY-Whitehouse THOMAS KIM OBERHOLYER-Tyler fl' 5 b"'r 7'K ' m-f1. .. X? .1 J Freshmen JK A A4 Misery Is Wondering B? 'H I3 ,,5aI .:951 'QA I Vx, L' ' ES ' ' 132' '--at , Y' 'O 1- .,, NJ POLLY PATTERSON-San Saba CINDY PAYNE-Tyler JANA PEARSON-Dallas JOHN PECK-Cleveland, Ohio GREG PERRYMAN-Texas City JUDY PERRYMAN-Tyler LILA PETERSON-Mineola TRAVIS J. PIPES-Houston LINDA PORTER-Aurora, Col. CAROL POWELL-Tyler V SHERRY PRATER-Tyler fl A 1 A I SUSAN PREXWITT-Irving CHARLES M. PRICE-Center MARY ANN PRICE-Winona SUZY PRICE-Palestine GEORGE PRUETT-Tyler FRANCES PUCHEU-Troup EMILE PUGH-Grand Saline DARLENE PUMRAY-Mane01a MONDY RAIBON-Tyler GUADALUPE RAMIREZ-Tyler J JIM RAMsEYEWaShingf0n, D. C. Q ROY RAY-Troup J '1 sy 4-.... , fr' Ag, if A Z5 1'1 A ' f ' . 8 -.a , JIM REAGAN-Dallas ' ELLEN REESEMTyler ' P ho Will Win PATRICIA REECE-Tyler DAVEE REED-Nederland DONNA REED-Tyler LINDA REED-Tyler DONNA REEL-Tyler CAROL REIN-Houston MICHAEL REINDALLAR5Hanover, Pa. KATRINA REINHARDT-Houston Freshmen GORDON ROBERTS-Tyler RHONDA RoBERTsHTy1ef JIMMY RoBERTs0Nsry1ef PAUL ROBINSON-Dallas CURTIS ROELAND-Tyler DIANE ROGERS4RiChardson FRANK P. ROGERS-Winns HELEN ROGERS-Big Sandy 141,15 JOE RERBOW-Venezuela LARRY REVIA-Vidor RANDY RICHARDMSour Lake KATHY RICHARDS-Dallas ANNE RICHARDSON-Houston BRENDA RICHARDSON-Tyler CAROL RIDDLE+Richardson F. OLIVER ROBERTS-Quitman DUNCAN ROBERSON-Troup 'Za' bo ro 2 an ,, QSQ Y -4' V' S-,-o N-I -J N5 :Q 'W Happiness For LINDA ROSE- Gmnd Saline ROBBIE ROSE-Tyler WANDA ROSE-Tyler BARBARA L. ROSE- Rusk HERBERT RUNNELS- Tyler JIM RUTTENBERG-Stow, Ohio BRENDA RYON-Dallas KAREN ST. LAWRENCE-Houston GLORIA SAKS-Dallas Na ff JAMES R. SCORSE-Hollvrook, Ariz. CAROLYN SCOTT-Tyler PATTY SCOTTW-Quitman SADIE MARIA SCOTTA--Tyler 'I ITM Sf I VI'TA-AD.1llg1S IE W, " , iff URRY- A- ' '33 fdllttin ,iv 'VP i",ix, Q INIIIII' 19 1' Q-7- 'wt' .-.gl rv? T1 1"f 'T"9 BILL SALMON-Jacksonville FORREST SANDERS-Tyler LARRY SANDERS-Tyler RHONDA SANDERS-Tyler ROBERT SANDERS-Tyler JEAN SANDIDGE-Dallas LAURA SANDOVAH-Dallas GARY SAUGH-Whitehoilse DEBBIE SCALLY-Tyler GERALD WAYNE SCHMIDT-Tyler TOMMY SCHULER-Tyler MIKE SCOBEE-Dallas eacher ls Relaxation 1 Wi' A-.1 W, - -., n 'sill Q1H.fIIhfQ' Freshmen JENNYE SI-IARRER-Overton DAVID SHAW-Tyler CHERYLE SHAWN-Lewisvnlle DANNY SHIELDS-Tyler VIRGINIA SHIELDS-Duncanvllle KAT SI-IOCKEY-Quitman CHRISTI s1DEs-Tyler SANDRA SIEBER-Arp KENNETH SIGLER-Tyler FRED SIMON-Waco SHARI SIMPSON-Tyler SUSAN SIMS-Tyler BEVERLY MARIA SIMSON Austm CYNDY SINDEL-Tyler JIMMY SINGLETARY-Troup LYNDA GALE SIROS-jacksonvllle 2 x ii' 'rr Saw' J qv-vi ,J 1, A g 'C Q3 - 5 W iiifff' 2:25 fl? 12952. "3":'i:7f'1 1 ' ,V LJ u N, I gg ' ' , .--, 4 ..+5:MsiSm" .ff L A , 'Em -f Ni, ' luxl 55 ai Xi! 'Z 'Z' RITA SMITH-Troup SHERRILL SM ITH-Waco SUZANNE SMITH-Dallas STEPHEN SNAVELY-Tyler DON SNOW-Big sandy f 2 NANCY SNOW-Dallas ,wfli , JU ,M Lx!-M ff T.J.C.'s Trademark J GEORGE SKINNER-Van JAN R. SKINNER-Dallas LUANE SLAUGHTER-Tyler ANNE SMITH-Dallas BARBARA SMITH-Troup BARBARA SMITH--Tyler BELINDA SMITH-Tyler BRENDA SMITH-Dallas CAROL SMITH-Tyler ELAINE SMITH-Tyler GARY SMITH4Dallas HENRY SMITH-Magnolia JANET SMITH-Tyler BEVERLY LA VERNE SMITH Tyler MICHAEL SMITH-Tyler RANDY SMITH-Abilene ulenf And Beauty CAROLYN soUTHQTy1ef SUSAN SOUTHRRLIN-Tylcf SI-IERRY SPEIGI-ITSgK Stand Saline PAMELA SPRACUEeeXVnxnhnchie Freshmen GLENDA SQUARE-Dallas STEVE STAFFORD-Austin DAVID STAMPS-Tyler JIMMY STANLEY-Tyler KAREN STAPI-I-Tyler LINDA STAPLES-Tyler HENRY E. STEWART-Troup JAMES STILL-Kilgore JEANNIE STINSON-Plano EUGENE STONE-Pittsburg GAIL STONE-Dallas WARREN STONER-Amarillo JOHN STRALEY-.Tyler . MARY ANNE STRAMEL-Tyler BRUCE STRIRLING-Bullard ANN SUGGS-Dallas CLAUDIA SULLINS-Dallas NETI-I SULLIVAN-Lancaster PAT SULLIVAN-Pittsburgh RODNEY SULLIVAN-Tyler ROY SULSEN-Tyler DAVID SUTTON- Tyler F. JOYCE SWORD-Rusk MARSHA TABOR- Crockett DAVID WOMACK- Tyler LEE TEASDALE Bullard DEBORAH THFDFORD-Tyler RONALD THEDFORD-San SHARON THIELEMAN-Tyler CHERYL THOMAS-Tyler LARRY THOMAS Mineola BOBBY THOMPSON-Dallas MARTHA ANN THOMPSON- Y MARY THOMPSON-Tyler Misery I WALTER TACKETT-Troup STEVE TALKINGTON-Tyler DONNA TALLEY-Richardson ARVIS TANTON-Emory MARCIE L. TATUM-Tyler ANDREW DUANE TAYLOR-Tyler ANNIE MARIE TAYLOR-Tyler PAUL TAYLOR-Tyler RETHA THOMPSON-Tyler BRIAN THORNDIKE-Tyler MARTHA TINDLAY-Hackettstown N J LESTER TIPTON-Dallas KATHRYN TOMLIN-Alexandrxa Va MARTIN TOBILIN-Whitehouse JAN TREES-Dallas hanging Schedules JAMES MELVIN TREST-Tyler JOHN TRIEB-Quitman ANICE TULL Canton J - JOYCE TURBEVILLE-Dallas Freshmen ELI JAMES TURNER, JR. Nederland PATRICIA TURNER-Tyler SANDY TURNER-Jacksonville LESHA TUSSY-Dallas ,S MICHAEL L VICK Tyler SUSAN WALLIS-Tyler RUBYE WALKER-Troup HAL WALLACE-Garland MARSHA WALLACE-Ft. Worth LANA WARD-Tyler N ITA WARREN-Whitehouse JAMES E. WATT-vlrving CONNIE WAY-Dallas 4, ROSEMARY VERMILLION DENNIS WAY- Houston JOHN MARVIN WEAVER-Tyler LYNDA WEAVER- Tyler KYLE -WEBB-Dallas JUDY WELLS-Lindale MARY GAYLE WELLS -Lindale SIDNEY WELLSON- Dallas JERRY L. WESTLAKE -Dallas VICKI WESTLAKE- Dallas DENNIS C. WHITE- Rusk WILLIAM R. 'WHITE- Van MELVA LYNN WHITMORE-Tyler GLENN WIGGINS- Washington, D. C. GLENN WILCON- Rusk VAL WILCOX-Tyler PATRICIA WILEY- Tyler BOB R. WILLIAMS, JR,-Whitehouse BRENDA WILLIAMS- Tyler BROWN WILLIAMS- Tyler CAROLYN WILLIAMS -Rusk CURTIS WILLIAMS- Tyler DAN EDWARD Q WILLIAMS-Tyler ELLA WILLIAMS-- Tyler GLADYS WILSON- Mineola KAREN WILSON- Richardson LINDA WINSTANLEY -Beaumont GARY WOMACK- Tyler JOHN WOOD-Et. Worth VERONICA WOOTEN -Tyler JUDY H. 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' R .9 V , PS, . 1 . 1, PM Zjllllf Van Cy Z!Ul1I?y6Ul'y IQ -an Ql""-wx ..,..- .., ,- "The Pebbles," Cindy Harrison, Cheryl Whisenant, and Phyl- lis Beck, provide entertainment at the Campus Beauty Contest. W.: iii- ' W -X lf' , -'A' 4 yell-'.!i V . ,ni . G3 ary' ' ' ' ' 3 . f . ggi P. -i",gii1'l,' 'I , .. ' ""' , I, ,.P,,iH:?fr 1 .ir 1 Q V ' iliif' V W ' 1- . ", V' 4 A1 fl, 'mah Candidates in the 1969 Beauty Contest nervously await the judges' inter views the afternoon of the contest. Beauty is . . . 24 girls in the 1969 Beauty Contest. XJ It was 11 hard decision forthe judges: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Epler and Mr. Hugh Eller. li," On a night like this, nobody is a loser! Runners-up Lnuree Cirey and Diane Rogers congratulate Cindi Mizell. Apache Cheerleaders ai' A I ,l 2 KI BILL RAMSEY. RUSSELL BAER, JIM STEVENS, DOUG IVY, JACKIE ALLEN, SUSAN CULLUM, KAREN ORLDS, ALICE MCSPADDEN After a spirited yell, Russell Baer plays beautician and combs Sophomore Cheerleader Alice McSpadden's hair. 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The spirited Apache Cheerleaders welcome the Kilgore junior College cheer- leaders at the Kilgore-TIC football game in Rose Stadium. l I, Zest To Cclmpu Life And . . . ,' , fx 98, 99, 100-Apache Guard Pledges follow orders, hoping to be accepted into the Apache Guard Association. fl 8 r' gif ,-s-w' , fw- 4x5 Members of Sigma Delta Nu worked hard to present L1 prize winning flo.1t in the Homecoming parade. W tl . f ' . c - R ' L ' ff 4 BM .,.,-'- . , , avian. 'wrwi -- Z A' 1 1 5355 "t1f'ffg- "-+-2-Krdf . r fl ' tw '- y:--iq' QQ" 1 W ,IF T --"f ' 4 H - ts' --.M -"' ' . ' , -- --. " V-, i 3515.5-:wf.L1,,,-r'f'::.v.,..4' :Q:?W:,+..i,g,Ai y .Mqfwi q:I....,5,,. , ki A ,.,, ... , , ,N '- , ':'5N i-' X' . ""' - u-'--A+", ' , -- '-, ZA' M- pp' .4 5 'Zhu -H 3--1.5 .-.,7.1",4-A ac,-re'-"' gas"-'..,. 4, .T 1'-If ,Jw v'Tf-A.:f,-"25Efg.1g- '- .qi, n,-.. 3 ft. .. 55351 5.24, .F A'f"2-:ff ee-fl-'fffee-i-'t-s..-fp,-ruff' eu-:famine-.terei . me K1 Y .3 4-Y-' .re if ws. 'F-'r-ia.-2...Q"'Tl .. . . 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Participation Provides Mental,, 71,1 l V A x3,g',Q'1 er 'K Tau Kappa and Alpha Delta Chi members, Virginia Shields, Mike Kemp, Kenneth Manual, Nina Maloney, Gwen Wfallace and john Wfood, sponsors of the Christmas Formal, seem to be all "tangled up." sv. Iieliiiila Germany, former TJC student, tries her hand at i ri: nigh-ine .it the annual Rodeo sponsored by the Rodeo J ny, -...4 ,-.A Q A I ,mf,,yga, - 44 ' rl? w C i,r, 5 r,e,, 'V President jenkins poses for a picture with Ricky Anderson Qleftj and Forest Smith qmiddlej at .1 Phi Theta Kappa meeting. TIC students seem to be having .1 good time at the Valentine Dance held on February 13. The dance was sponsored by Zeta Phi Omega. ?.l 9hysiccil, Ancl Social Growth l 1 P . . ' a l s- - fr W: Apache Belles Carolyn Greenwood and Lana Wilfd act .ls hostesses during Homecoming at TJC. The Apache Yearbook sponsors the election of l..lYUI'llC5 each year. V V I 1 Pow Wow Staff members, jim I-Iudgens and Eddie Smith, check over some negatives from next week's newspaper. 1 1 l II3 tx Lou Avant Cindi Barrett ,rf e A-fs?" Cx X 171. 'ik gy x. M 4 ,, ,WA-cb Debbie Chaney Darrell Coffey 1 l Tau "Hell-Night"-TK actives unpack their groceries to use in initiating the poor pledges. 9' 6 INJX-fi f'--N. Boo Lennox, Martha Womack and Judy Courmier at the TK Fiesta Party in the lounge at Vaughn Hall. Judy Courmier Debbie Cudd Dale Davis Cindy Dawson Shirley Ervin Martha Frantzen Boo Lennox Meg Malarkey iii?-:lil JOIN US join TK-Signs such as these dot the campus during rush urging membership in each of the social sororities and fra- ternities. l C! Nina Maloney janet Nall Chris Noble Polly Patterson TK Rush-Grace Ketchum, Judy Courmier, Martha Womack, Boo Lennox, and Marilyn Bennett gather in Vaughn Hall for the TK Rush party in the Fall. 3 Q .. :ffl Virginia Shields Chris Stewart Gail Stone Rita Tunner 5. yi if tX lx Gwen Wallace Patty Walter Edy Willman 'j?f'f Martha Womack - '-.X n -.V "lr" XX as J' Tau Kappa 'T Z .,, Y uv .xv Wi? 'E ., .P gl 'S hx L Rm Nu, , t I -'-LQ.. V . ...fy C ., ,.. , a M, M -Vx xv 1 I ws ll l v XM ' . fx., ' AM' ! L r ' 'lk , ,V is-'flu . 'idx W . uf 1 ' v wg S x ' , I ' I bl' ,Q5. N". ' 'W Y, 'K - 7 ,. ' 2 ,NN x v ,Nh Q M. vw, pf X 5 ' eww. 'I ,4 . Q ls -a ' 1 'l , ,L A 7 .. . , l .fs 'u- ,, ' ." -2 I , ' J Q- V ' A r - , 'IVA 'W A 'Y v. I Y .A .' , in I . ' I A. ' - ' , ' - ' , . ' ' -,- h' -I 2'-A, l.e,--yzwrwfnf .rr wp flrif ff, nxrgblj Nina M.1loncy, Assrsmnt Pledge Mistrcssg Und: lirrrctt, Vll'Q.1lI'llrl Shields, Meg Mala-rkcy, judy Cuurmicr 'ng,r.'1,r, lxl.nrh.1 XX'nrn.1rl4, Sergeant .lt Armsg Shirley Ervin, Student Senate Reprcscntutivcg Edy XX'lllm:m, Chaplalng Martha Frantzcn K1 X.: lim 'l'n1:11gr, fhrrs Ytuxyrrt, Chrrs Nnblc, Rcpnrtcrg Gwen Whrllrxru, Histnriang 'Innct Null, Pledge Mlstressg Dehblc Cudd, Darrell wr! flvlvn- flmrfgy, 'l'rc.1surcrg linn Lcnnnx, Vncc-Prcsidcntg G.nl Sznnc, Alpha Delia Chi It ,- 4 V Q 'fl I A ,X 'f' fr Z I 1 Y ' f 13'- Q wc, sg fl? Q52 Beginning at wp fluff In riyblj XX'es M.1yer, Student Senate Representatiieg Sunny Carpenter, Pledge Masterg Kyle Lindley, Art "G'u.o5e" Petitt, .Mike Kemp. XX'endell Tilldffllllli, Secrct.1ry4Tre.1Surerg Ronnie Carpenter, Sergeant .it Armsg Mike Reindullar, .lim Ruttenherg, john XY'uud, Bnh YXl1lll.1lTlS, David XX Pipex Thomas R. Sc-itz, james Ross, james R, Fulmer, Presidentg Gary I.nGnrd, Repnrterg Bub Latimer, john Kalil. Phil Miller, Phil Creed, Russ Baer, II7 .ra-ff '- -V X. xv 5 3 Ted Oakley Greg Perryman Art Petitt David Pipes Michael Reindollar James Rose jim Ruttenberg Thomas Seitz 'B' i 'QL wisillll N 5? Ufendell Tatarchuk Charlie Taylor Philip Vansyckle jonathan West Bob Williams rlmineiese -fllmirlie Taylor, David Pipes, and Steve jordan team up to sing l1lfllMl.1',' EGFR. john Wood Russell Baer Perry Bush Ronnie Carpenter Sonny Carpenter Phil Creed James Fulmer Gary I.aGard Thomas Jett Steve jordan john Kalil Mike Kemp Kyle Lindley Philip Miller Kenneth Manuel John Meyer Alpha Delta Chi ADX .lctives Art Petitt, Ronnie Carpenter, and Perry Bush at the TK-ADX Mixer, H9 'lackic Lynn Allen Fmnccne Bennett Dclwmh Bruwn ,lllfxflfl Bruyles f ,. ix ,c I 'in X ,QQ lxltlfillll Carson Judy Coler Susan Cullum Ann Dean Dclwy DcVinncy Laura English Dianne Everett I fi 5 fqlf . t I ,J . v MM V . 'li ,Z 1 3 5 Kb-Q lf ? Av I if 2 53" 4'Q?ff ' . " 5 ' lf 'Isl f fl ,f l", f ,vnu '55 X a v -: Xxx A 3 " .. 1968-1969 SANS SOUCI ACTIVES , y" 5' fir? ' Diane Hnltlitch Jamff How Sans Souci , .59 R 3 5 'X 1 1 l vi u 4 a R: ' H., vf, 4 A 4 1. ' ! I . 0 'Q,flYf ,,, . 1968 PLEDGES Penny I-Iuneycutt Melissa I-Iuie J'-N l 4' ' ., f' Q X ' A Sorority ' V -qwvv-'ug,, - .- j SANS SOUCI OFFICERS 1 Top Kleft to fighlj Melissa Huie-Student Senate Representative, Marsha Carson- Treasurer, Diane HolditchfPresident, Babs Sartain-Vice-President, Susan Buzze- l Pledge Mistress, Jennie Smauder--Publicity, JoAnn Broyles-Secretary, Boo Carter l -Assistant Pledge Mistress. Babs Sartain Jennie Smauder Marion Walt fe ff ' iaiw, I ,i V f my fe 1, ,ff- Anne Kuchl Cindi Mizell Henley lNIuntg4nnery Pam Nnrrell Marianne Odom Penny Pangburn Jana Pearson Gloria Saks Val Wilcox Karen Wilstin Tanya Zeiss 1 15. , Qtr X " V . K ii i , 1 ' 1 f If 5 Sans Souci Fall Rush Party at Claridge Hall Active, Meslissa Huie, enjoys the food at 11 Sans Souci pledge party, 5? Sans Souci Rush Parties are held in Claridge Hall and are open to all interested TIC girls. - A - MX ff, l o i 'i ' l' 1968 Pledges go casual. The "Beauty" of "Hell-Night." ' Sans Souci President, Diane Hold- G n S o U C I tich, welcomes pledges and actives to the annual rush party. ' I Good friends are lasting memories-compone life. nts of so rority .-,? t, -M.. .Q..--.sang-gui f -'I-' 'fi ---.........i Zeta Alpha ebafe Squad ...W 'Wine-f ,,- -....., f nm.: ,Gig if , ., ,, wfftll 'iw ' 'ffm Qin -" 'Mic' ,355 ,il ill' 151212 Ji-Q' A "-"."72Jf"Y 255 h " - 1' '1""'-'AY' s 2-.ff 1 Bark row Klefl 10 rigbzj Christopher Knezevich, Mark Webber, john Self, Lee Spaar. Fwnl wu'4Danny Edwards. janet Jensen, Edward Gutierrez, Liz Gilley. The purpose of Zeta Alpha, TJC de- bating fraternity, is to instill teamwork and a desire to achieve excellence in those TJC students participating in de- bate as an extracurricular activity. Its motto is the Greek imperative, Zefeffc' lun flfullvemz, which means "Seek the Truth." Squad Captain Edward Gutierrez, Secretary Liz Gilley, Coach Lloyd Powers, and Presi- dent Chris Knezevich combine research and refreshment. l23 Beginning un lop fLef1 lu rigblj Ed Brogden-sponsorg Terry Ray, Ben Mitchel, jim Lueders, Billy jack Deen, Horace Williams, Bill Cfimpbell Micky Sirese, Chuck Gerlach, Pete Troncale, David Hunnicutt, Richard Berckhart. il B :fvf 'xi ' .1 Kappa Sigma Lambda --uanq x""""" Bob Thompson, johnny Stien, Ben Mitchel, and jim Lueders enjoy .1 visit to Old Mexico. KIA 4 41 l liill Campbell Sludwzl Swarm Billy .lack Deen Pfculyz' flldlfcr Chuck Cierlnclm Daxill Hunnicutl ZH lf if 'Inn Luederx Ben Mltchel Prfarid e 111 Terry Ray OFFICERS-Pete '1'rnnC.ile, 'I're.1surerg Micky Serisc, Secretaryg Terry Ray, Vice-Presidentg Ben l'ff'L'-Pf'61'idf'11l 5' , Mitchell, President. Pete Troncale TI'L".1Jlll1t'7 52 5 Cindy Daley Susan Davis Debbie Dew Pam Booher Charlene Brown Charlotte Brown Cookie Clarizio Zeta Phil rt n Linda Grant Barbara Easley Brenda England Sharon Felts Nancy Gaskill 1 262+ Mary Ann Hall Karen Harrington Lee Hagood Kathy Hoppers Ellen jones Terryca McCoy Sherry Prater Linda Reed Jmega Sorority Nancy Rogers Karen St. Lawrence Laura Sandoval Gail Wallace Connie Wilder Sidney Willson Stephanie Wright pr- Susan Sessiuns Suszanna Smith Irene Starkley Margie Stiles Waynette York 144' 4" 1 Debbie Thompson Marilyn Wfacle OFFICERS-Frou! row-Charlene Brown, Treasurerg Irene Starkey, First Vice-President fPledge Directorjg Debbie Thompson, Presidentg Charlotte Brown, Second Vice-President fActivities Directorjg Sara Kerr, Secretary. Back row -Susan Davis, Chaplaing Cool-:ie Clarizio, Rush Chairmang Debbie Dew, Historiang Connie Golston, Historian. Zeta Phi Cmega irc singing "sisters" at the festive Christmas The colorful Zeta float attracted many eyes at the annual Homecoming parade. Sigma Delta Nu Actives A s S .W 9 I 1 5 nf? 1 Top mu' flefl 10 figblj Robert Pewitt, David Abney, Righard Lee Dickson, J. Craig Thormann, Rick Cornelisse. Serorzd row-Bobby Scribner, Lance Miller, john Malone, Alvin Eckert. Third mu'-Ken Powers, Rob Northcutt, Gary Griggs, Roy Carney, jimmy Stevens. Sigma Della Nu Pledge Class F fw- 'fish sf ,QF 532353 'Imp mu' flrff In rrqlvfl Dmid Thornhill, Srcvc Cowan, Darrell Franklin, Steve Massie, Charles Ross. Sammi' raw-Tom Hays, Greg Lofner, Charles Pollan, lwrr Qlf.l!DID.lllUv. Tbmf mzu' -Mrxrlc jcffriu, Dun Bosse, Steve Stafford, Bob Cragiu, Bill Dohm. l Q I if 4 'T i i ., - QW I AM The Sigma Delt.1 Nu-Zeta Phi Omega float won first place in the TJC Homecoming Parade. ZAN Y' .Q f N . ig gr D, 4 , H-Q A i , . A NX ,- l 1 ' 'i eg? 'ff . if y 4 i Cutting up at it Sigma Delta Nu rally are Allen Spiro, David Sigma Delta Nu pledges Lon Granurimtico, Charles Ross. .ind Abney, Bruce Fucus, Bill Ramsey, and Rob Northcutt. Bob Cragio enjoy U5 their new experiences. Apach Guard Mixes we Blick mu' Klvfl zu riglyll Steve Murr, jimmy Allison, john Straley, Dewayne Thedford, Mike Adams, Steve Jenkins. Middle rqw: Rny Bunch, jimmy Halbert, Mike jackson, jerry Gilley, Joe jones. From mul: Bob McCarthy, Mike johnson, David Theriot, Steve hlcmrgan, Richard Tensly, 7, 'M if 5 ?'g .Q -X 'Mr hic '50 .,, A P - M, .v S y 0 Q' V 1 We "if, ,. .5 ,,,.,,W ,gp-. at 3 an K fer'-5 ' W Lb 'aw Sfw Wy .x lyme Nw Wim- -Ierry Gilley james Hickman joe jones Hnlw I-nuck Steve Morgan David Thcriwt Fun With Service f i L52 .Ll-If P ' if Joe jones, Wilmer Little, Steve Murr, Bob McCarthy and David Stamps supervise while jimmy Hickman and David Larson unhook the bell for a pep rally. Mike Adams, jimmy Hickman- and Dwayne Thedford donate their services by raising the flag. Jem ' "W ,,.-I Dwayne Thedford demonstrates the way in which "Pledges" frequently please the active Apache Guard members. Tending the bell is one of the privileges and duties of the Apache Guard. Gettinb in shape for the Rose Parade is sometimes an arduous task for Guard members. 'lb z . A President Wilmer Little 3' tc? poses with Pledges during 1 ,.,. ,, . , i s ,S in initiation night. ' iii '?...f..I M . .. . KX '.-g-:r . ' ii-agttzie X ' -ei , ' "3'2C'F 2-5,4 ' 1 ' ai! if i il I33 French Club aw f S x 'KX . C- , 'F' Haul Mu- rltjl fn rzlglvfj john xX'illl.lIUS, Laurie Circ ., , . - , P 2 f5 015 Amm Ilml, M.1rrh.1 Flmllay, Berry Hlcka. y, Diane Cmwford. Leona Adams Alun Harders Front mu' M j Soileau s onsor Susie Robet L ' Old Heidelberg Club 8 Nei? , i 1 E i l l X i 5 N l .W-'L V 1. ix 'a B Q' ,Q . fi. N 5 - At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt, students gather to discuss Current events and sing German songs. Foregromzd-Randy Mallory. Maria Marnell, Carlos Davis, jr., john Self. B:1l'kgI'0lllIlf-MTS. Robert Hunt, Robert Hunt, Kamil Fogarasi, Mrs. Fred Herschback, Kathy Nordlincl. ,tb- ' J '15 5 Dr. M. .Potter shows slides of Colorado and Randy Mallory, club president, and Candy Adams enjoys the Mexico to foreign language students. German Day bmtlugt in D,1ll.15, I35 M 4 Y Manuel Hueffa of Berlin cuts the language barrier as a balladier with the modern beat. Organized to motivate interest in learning the Ger- man language, the Old Heidelberg Club also pro- vides excellent social opportunities and the exchange of ideas with foreign students in Tyler. 4 I I v r l l 5 ' 1 l i 2 2 3 r i 3 l r 1 S x YM? f" la -'Ulf tt 1 L.y.msor I-lamil Ifogarasi poses with several foreign-born students who are studying in America. Lefl I0 right-Manuel Hueffa CGer- ?.f.iri.i Marncll fSweden5, Helga Stroebel fGermanyj, jean Paul Friedrich fSwitzerlandj, Mr. Fogarasi, Katerina Nordlind fSwedenj, ' 'i '-1 ffzlh hcl' fllollancll. i 1 Kamil Fogarasi, Old Heidelberg sponsor, tapes a discussion among the foreign students and the American students. Old Heidelberg Club 2 J X At the German Day festivities in Dallas, secretary-treasurer Becky Arnold tries to polka with a German soldier. Enjoying a typical German club meeting are Fred Herschbach, Sallie Evans, Edward Gutierrez, Mrs. Robert Hunt, Mrs. Hunt's sister. I37 Afro-American Society ,f- 'Z-.1 ' +V "'f . . in 'H -- .-.-fw-s-- ,W -V .,. V ,,.:-111 -r , , A 'llfjf mu' Z ni 1--jnim-S M Hilliard III flemestine jackson Richard Tnliaferro, jettie Madison, Tommy jiles, Veiora Franklin. Serond Row-Sharon D. Ford Low Anim Ford, Rnlwie Caldwell, I,L'l5I1.llAal.ll!1S, Alice Bnxterl, Curolyne L, Smith. Tlfmi Rau'--Vera Scott, Annie Lee Arterberry, Gloria -I. Wooten, Gladys Golden .XI.1rx' Ann Mllclicll, ,luginim Pearl Scott. 1 Roy Gene Butler 'ir' Afro- , 0 Society i Charles Coleman Brusker Fannin ,,...' - ,.,.. ,..... 7...- pan ,401 ailhvw- Sponsors Mrs. Eugene Long .md David Ligon discuss plans for future Afro-American activities. -Iettie Madison American fd' , Mary Ann Mitchel . if If -af . 5 q.K , 1' Q, Kg -Iggy" . - 3: ' FQ? A i. ! A f-2 143-'44.1 . fir-ff V- - ' -M I39 Ervin Jean Moore Richard Taliaferro Glenda Reeder Melvin XX'nshington Sadie Marie Scott Percy Tate Afro-American Society an ,I it!! !"!' s -iii Ill "! ? ..... ini I3 9 1" .59 ,155 eq, ..-M -f-- . flier F ll!! : I Qly' nm . ou., OFFICERS-From rozw-Percy Tate, Vice-Presidentg Ervin jean Moore, Secretary Charles Coleman, Student Sentmte Representative. Bark raw.-Melvin Washington, Treasurer Brus ker Fannin III, Pnrliamentarinng David Ligon. Sponsor. N111 pirfured-Roy Butler Presi dentg Mrs. Eugene Long, Sponsor. A 'Y' -f 1'y1fj'Q Y Student Senate Cfficers N7 7' 3 .r xkf s t .tlvi In fn' -O va g 'L fi 3 , I' Q' -'E nit' CHARLIE TAYLOR, President ART PETITT, Vice-President, GWEN WALLACE, Secretary Student Senate leaders take a break from their strenuous C ?j schedule. 5 Mrs. Averill Greenhaw and Edwin Fowler uct as sponsors of the TJC Student Senate Student Senate Members --v -nun:-we-uw. ,., .. 1 mr ig5 7,- ' fiialnfuuzsllai f , .asa ,s-wa 'V r , ' .,:,'.L, M If ,gg www.. - , Q5,.U1-g A HQ! T , ' fflllu-:v " 9'-'sew F 1 " .me-, 5511! mamma ww at ,,,.t 2 mfg., g,e,f,,,' :ww- WW' V si- gif . - 'wen , yiafiialieol ll' sa mf i ' 5, I Top fLefz lo riglozjs Mrs. Averill Greenhaw CSponsorD, Bill Ramsey, Asa Lock hart, Kenneth Teeter, Mike Corsey, Craig Thormann, Price Daniel, Art Petitt, Russ Baer, Wes Mayer, john Hubbard, Ronnie Carpenter, Steve Morton, Shirley Ervin, Cookie Clarizio, Marsha Carson, Ann Shoaf, Carla Maxwell, Melissa Huie, Doclie Page, Trudy Brumbelnw, Liz Gilley, Genene Galloway, Patricia Lueb, Gwen Wallace, Ginger Skeen, Ellen jones, jill Kallerson, janet Jenson, jennifer Bolitho. I43 1969 Apache Staff W M S 9 l in 14 fu ' A J 'il 5 ll 6 A v l x 9 ni ,gl Q0 58 nf' 65' if .sl B6 il lfl ll Sli: Nl Sill ill :Ml IEE 5 EQQFI ,HB -. :S Ill QS? 5385 Vw n D lmlxy Arnnlrl, Brian B.1ll.1nl, David Jarvis, Debbie Dew, Beverly Burns, Nanq' Rogers, Susan Cullum, jo Lynn Walker, jill Kallerson, llqrlrzlrr Sponsors Mary Burton and Ray Blankenship discuss important de- tails concerning the 1969 Apache. ii Cookie Clarizio, member of the Apache Staff, writes their pictures taken for the yearbook. The 1968 BSU Softlmll team proudly shows their trophy after winning the championship. Baptist Stuclen xag' i ,r .pf Q'-5 sk., 1.5 Dru Hellums tells Ginger Skeen's "Fortune" or "Fate" lt: ,l db.25'42xq!x W if V O U 1 5 . Max Pool awaits Charlotte Cox's approval of the "brew" during the BSU Halloween Party. Eloise Wright, Sue Beaty, and Marsha McGee take time out for a little "chatter" during the ice cream party held this summer. Jnion 'Q CN Lucy welcomes all to come to the BSU Party. F' Z Norman Ferguson discusses with Coach Nelville Spiers pre- Mike Daniels portrays "Dracula" at the annual Halloween Party. The BSU football team takes a "Time out" to pose for a picture. game at a TIC football game. Cynthia Fields doesn't want to share her food with anyone! ,I 1 H 'rx ...V . 7 X ,f X 1 Omg, I, LSAT Sue Beaty's committee makes plans for the coming activi- ties in the Enlistment Core Area. -I f Q! Hlgrk and Clarke Wfilrox of "Three for the Seesaw" pro- iwiile entertninrnent for the members of the BSU at an .mar footlmll pow wow. BSU John Rickaway and Clinton Hill "joyfully" share their candy. Says Gary Houston, "One dip for you . . . one for me." in 7' ,,,.,... 4 L lj ' if: V Q wah ' N' A A A -4' -' X' -we " ' 31 2'?f4"f P. 1 , Y- f 4 Ry w,4,...- Q We 4. ' , ' ' ' "2 , A 1 ' Yi., 1, I --."'C.f 1 'L Letfermen L? ,L , g ' B, fe- V,. 1' I . Y IQ, 132 " ,fbi f I Twp mu' lla-fl lo fjllfbfj Raymond Acosra, Ray Dowdy, Mike Irons, jerry Bishop, Danny Cullins, john Bcdgood. Semnd mu'-Tim "StumPy" Kirsc-hner, Kem Brnnstetter, james Hart, Neill Hodges, Billy Ray Roberson. Third mu'-Aaron Bonds, Runuld Neal Smith, Gay Rumm. Patrick B. Browning, Louis Anthony Montanu, Henry Valenzuela. I49 The Wesley Foundation TNS gq 'w..L.. ,- ,Mr-.. .1 A X f - -- , , ,,-- N" , ,,,.-1-1 Ss , -X V-1 rf' " K N- s..,...A.. e -..-, - W,-V ,.-'15, M t X 1 . . . A 'vw-,.,,,, 9 X A ,W kg 2 - - - X : T N 1 5 X Q- , e 3 L -.1 so Lp' ' f X as asafifis ' A f 2 . Q. , f , 1 STUDENT CENTER . Iumlw-'W COQNCII.-B.1fk full" fluff lu rigblj john'F.1ncher, Mike Sutton, Boyd V. Baker, ldirectorl. Glenn Warren, Gene Dean, Robin Richards, Mark Nerf. From Hllfibdlllt' Exuns, Susie Morris, Sharon Leonard, Polly Pessink, Judy Studebaker, Phillis House. No! pirlured-Susie Sessions, Carlos Dans, jr., Francxnc Retrhlcss. The Wesley Foundation OFFICERS-Gene Dean, Presidentg Sal- lie Evans, Secretary-Treasurerg Mark Neff, Vice Presidentg john Fancher, Stu- dent Senate Representativeg Robin Rich- ards, Sergea nt-at-A rms. Games, gab, and goodies are among the favorite things students find at the Wesley Foundation. CN The Student Council phy, XYVJYDC Noblitt, lfrancee Boggs. LAMPLIGHTER YEARBOOK STAFF DUIIHJ. Murphy -Iumll Rl'll7CI'lS Betty XY'clch flflflfllirlfj l.1nrl.1 Lumpkin Ccliii Ifinini-ns Clirryl Slmwn Bette Sharp Opal Smith The ycarlbnnlc "The Lamp- lrulifuil' iw puhlishcrl hy ii fi:..l wurlciiikg Staff and 'lilivy lwring laugh- l 'mini hut always School Cf Nursing QNX f' mal Capping is the goal of every freshman, for it is then she can Art Belle-Isle, Phyllis Emmons, Wfayne Noblitt, and Marsha Cudd begin to practice her chosen profession. They receive their Caps enjoy a game of checkers in the living room. This area is one where at the end of their freshman year in june. Above Bette Sharp boyfriends,fa1nily,.ind friends come and visit students. pins cap on little sister, Cheryl Shawn. Junell Roberts assists in an operation in an on the job picture. O.R. training is just one phase t'ie nurs- es at TESN go through. , si' 'if K i,"'V-,a4 ij, . ff! If f l iii if X Nl IS3 Las Mclsccircls Q7 J QWJ Top mu' fluff fo riglull Bill Wimllitz, jr., Paul Maxwell, Newell Shaffer, john Shnrmnn, Bobby Morphis, jean Paul Friedrich, Gary Fox. Second row- Chuck Ferris, Diane Crawfnrtl, Linda Gnntle. jay Cotton, Betty I-licks, Kat Shnckey. Bnzlam mu'-Mary Adams, Nancy Snow, Debbie Dolan, Margaret Van Suntlt, Martha Findlay, Deborah Stinson, Ira Lee, "l i 3 S Q D 5 Eli ,iilf Q, 5-,All liriiwnt' inalacs up Gary Fox for his role Pepper Merriman confronts Kat Shockey in .1 scene in from "Liliom." -..-.. Las Mascclrcls - 1--A 5 1 a Brenda Foster, Paul Tankersley, and Bob Driskoll drama- tize a scene from the comedy "The Star-Spangled Girl." ,l s 1 "af " 1 . S 1 X v W, N, Pepper Merriman and Mack Teague portray OFFICERS-Paul Maxwell, Presidentg Dehllmll Srimlm, Secrelaryg Bill Wflllilz roles in "Lili0m," Sergeant-at-Arms: Diane Crnwfurd, Vice-President. N sf I Q Phi Theta Kappa A ggi at 1, hull'-W ff W t Iii R Ml' W 1 Q1 2 I ' Q rf ll law '3 11-gp 5 za l m lm W amy . Q.A,,,,vJ ., - N 1... yy. , V , . Q 3: 1 ,ff , . -.29 5' - .wwf Iflrrr-xr Snnrh, ,lnlmn XV1Ili.1ms, Asa Lnckharr, Norman Wriglur, Pat Spruiell, Ronald Neal Smith, Richard H. Barrett, Richard Ander- W nt, Hue 'I'lmlt'r.rrl, Nrglwyn Tomlin, lliecc 'I'lwmpsnn, Lena Exum, Luis Ford, Suellcn Ruberts, Leena Adams, Nancy Tunnell, Mary Ann Reid ,lmly Caswell, Lynn l.+-rlmnrr, Cir-ncnc Galloway, joLunne Wgllkcr, Bill Howard. D if Vice-President PfCSidCUf FQREST SMITH RICKY ANDERSON Treasurer Secretary JUDY IRVIN JOLYNN WALKER - 11 Vice President Potter was a special guest at the fall initiation for Phi Theta Kappa. He is welcomed by Ricky Anderson, Forest Smith, joLynn Walker, Susie Roberts, Leona Adams, Bill Howard Pat Spruiell, and Mary Ann Reid. 'J Lynn Lochner, Nelwyn Tomlin, Nancy Tunnell, and Judy Caswell were among Phi Theta Kappa members present at the fall initia- tion of pledges held at Vaughn Hall. I57 lf Pow Wow Vice-President Potter conducts a tour through the new TJC library for scoop-seeking journalists Genene Galloway, Patricia Lueb, and Eloise Wright. t':q'?f51r::ze'., ' ' , ry: mM '.5 T tea, ,I if x X Carlos Davis, jr. and Martha Findlay, President and Parliamentarian, respectively, of the Texas Junior College Press Association, add two more awards to the many already received by the TIC journalism department. .r Diligently gathering information for their stories are reporters Marianne Odom, Beth Patterson, and Gary Aven. Pow Wow Co-editors Gencne Galloway fieafedj and Patricia Lueb and sports editor Ed Smith busily prepare copy for the Pon' Wow. V 4,77 411 ref ff i . D if Home Economics Club vm 'QMS' Sfillldjllge-j2lCl'ClC Allen, Glenda Bailey, Mrs. Averille Greenhaw, fspunsnrj, Mrs. Marie Dusek fsponsorj, Tula Acree, Trudy Brumbelnw. Sc'illc'dfJC.lfll'llC Stinson, Linda Jernigan, Donna Wilcimx, Linda Fields, Donna Maxwell. i im!wcifvw and jackie Allen practice the art of cooking. Linda Jernigan and Donna Wilcox perfect their sewing abilities ,,-. Home Economic Via? -ls,-1 Club ,497 saggy-5: ..3Q'H1'1,5' ., ., . , 'Wf'2,g,ir3f.1 Q5 if L. ' - ,- jig fZ1:.2g'jtw'.g.-ff -J' xx ., e' l sz Q' t mil ,.?-ww.. we , ,M ft f v m1ktei1.wz-fa-17 . f'- . v- .r 5 . V .r- 'lr-tiilv-ydff. L .,yUg.. -I ,ip I, I ,5q,,,.e, 0W.4,.l..K .,,,,,,,- .wx , ,. - f-A' V, 3 X' dream '-"' -L' 533-V arqwrf ' 'K al- f':?'ff ' ll-'lx itfw-'f .' f.5aif15fff' 5. 'W Trudy Brumbelow and jackie Allen, members of the Home Economics Club, display interest in other TIC organizations. 95' OFFICERS--Donna Maxwell, Treasurerg Linda Jernigan, Secremryg jackie Allen, Presidentg Cindy Tindel, Vice-President' Trud , Y Brumbelow, Student Senate Representarlve. OFFICERS-Nancy Gaskil, Song leader, Sara Kerr, Student Senate Representative, Irene Starkey, Vice-Presi- dent, Mary Ann Hall, Chaplain, Teresa Land, Presidentg Lynette Wfillis, Student Senate Rep., Shari Louvier, Student Senate Rep. Claridge Hcill strI"liH SIDIE-relic-,eiiiiiiiig mp mu' fluff lu rigbzj Debbie Thompson, Margie Stiles, Connie Golston, Ellen jones, Nancy Rogers, Irene Starkey, Niiitli Turner, Brenda Ryon, Rose Ella McCleary, Karen Coley, Donna Baker, Teresa Land, Vicki Bridges, Karen St. Lawrence, Lee Hagoocl, Mary Hall, Sn-tie Vhiglii, Sara Kerr, Laura Sandoval, Pam Booher, Janice Pollard, jeanette Dean, Candy Adams, Peppi Clemens, Sheila Long, .wil-i.ti.i l7.tslc'x', Sidney XX'illson, Susan Davis, Karen Harrington, judy Wtwrme, Charlene Brown, Charlotte Brown, Sharon Felts, Dianna Fry, Cindy IU- l, fxintly l'D.iwSoii, Martha XXfom.1ck, Kathryn Tomlin, Debbie Chaney, jan R. Skinner, Nancy Gaskil. ,..,..,-p--u. 5 , ,.,....-.....-4-tv-"""""", " l s l f 2 l - X lrffi' l V10 NORTH SIDE-Beginning at mp Klefz 10 rigblj Lynne Beach, Mary Ann Seiser, Rebecca Montgomery, Sherrill Smith, Debbie Cudd, Priscilla Root, Joanne Lawson, Phyllis Wells, joan Reed, Sandy McMillen, Marilyn Wade, Claudia McClung, Kaaren Overstreet, Frances Walker, Boo Carter, Peggy Dunlap, Karen Orlds, Linda Chidsey, jana Pearson, Pam Ballard, Deborah Brown, Laura English, Judy Cohen Gloria Saks, Carol Easterling Cindy Daley, Karen Wilscun, Patty Scott, Mary Kathryn Walker, Dede Holt, Lynette Willis, Shari Louvier, Janice McAllister, Darrel Durrett: Linda Szuires, Terry Hallerman. Dorm Life Fw Time out for fun, food, and frolic in the halls of Claridge, Girls in Claridge look to Mrs. Lula Mae Horton for "motherly" assistance. mls 45. ,. ,I 1 4 ,I . Q .V , i 1 J ag- 4552 1, ,W ,Y, ,., .-1 ,- ,-p ,rn .ri ,tg W .'a,g," , , wa -iii-ffl tea fun. J 227 m 'F lil 2. 'Y Beginning mp mu flt-ff lu zilqlafj Cnnnie XX'ay, Claudette Scurry, hleg Malarkey, Marsha Carson. ju Ann Brayler, Cindy Weidenhoeft, Carolyn Good- win, Lena Brown, Patricia Lueb, Amy Holliday, Donna Talley, Shelia Nix, Alice Cole, Sallie Fennelly, Pam Harvey, Alice MCSpadden, Chris Stewart, Ellen Elliott, Susan Cullum, DeVnn Trapp, Sheila Loftin, Sharon Rnach, Sandy Lay, Claudette Atkins, Judy Haas, Suzanne Sutherland, Pam Hilliard, Patsy Hall, Dian Derriuksnn, Pam Loughlin, Ann Shiiaf, Gail Daxis, Genene Gallnway, Darret Coffey, Martha Frantzen, Nina Ma- loney. .lanet Nall, Reta Turner, Chris Nohle, Cathy Anderson, Susan Buzze.-ludyCuurn1ier, Gail Stone, Boo Lennox. Vaughn Hall JK v. 149241. 3? .W ' if-.. A t t 3 F, x e, t ,. A, 2' ff' ,-w ifr. 29:-3 'za 2' AWN -llfllilN'--l'.ini Harxey, Presitlenr, Ann Shnaf, Student Senate Representative, Mrs. Ethel Stokes and Mrs. Margaret Anders serve ' 9 1 l-i.llllll,ll, Suretary-'l'rtasurer, Gail Daxis, Vice-President. as helpful dorm mother-5 for Vaughn giflg, Rodeo Club -PA l 4 f lf! 1 ... ,, .. JF' B.1rk mu' ffffl In rrqlvfj Bill Taylor, Sindy Metcalf, Larry Richnrdson. Clmirlcs Patrick, Stew Faber. Srwwd mu'-Bobby Hood, Ronnie Compton, Francgs Stroud, Larry Recd, jack Grady, Vice-President. Tlrffd mu'-Tim Xvndc. Hulwrt Malone, Rex jcnkins. Daxid 'I'hcdford,Tr.1x'is johnson, President. l65 , sg 'A " 1, -Q '-fe w 1 2 - ' , , , X . . f, 'xv . - ,, i 7 5 4 ,, y ur Z. .gn ., Q Wfho says it's .1 m.m's world? Not Shirley Irwin .rs she competes in Ll lmrrel race. fv- . tv, 1 Rodeo Club SED if-4 24, 1 'in ? 'W gg N in ...au r 'Z' I fy X L ,,2i1u"',, Tlmt looks like .1 mean one-the lwull, not Mike Carnes, the rider. Rod o Club No, hc cloc5n't w.1nt to ask rl question. Bill Taylor just knows the proper hand positions for bull riding. Sigma Nus can be cowboys too. Rick Cor- nclisse, john He-mmcl, .md Roger Johnston prove it. vi Singing N .1 l I-'IRST SOPICANOS Albritton, 'lanna Barron, Linda Beck, Phyllis Deygkge, Sandra Goode, Linda Goodwin, Carolyn Kidd, Ia-lia Maxwell, Donna lf. Parker, Laura Smith, Sherrill XY'allter, 'lo l.ynne XY'liisenant, Cheryl XVhyte, Nancy XY'eax er, Linda XISCONID SUPRJI Adams, Leona Barhee, Dianne Brady, Pat Cfalaxx'ax'. ludy Dement, hlarylee Drilgxuers, .ludy iioldtn, Gladys llathr ox. Carol llwrlmr, f arolyn ill llunis, Dru Pu nnedy, l'v.uhara fxlti iee, hlarslma N OS Middleton, Mary Anne Nunnelee, Julia Prater, Sherry Price, Susy l5lIQS'1' TliiN'ORS Hegar, Gary jordan, Vlimmy Osteen, Dale 5'lfCfO.X'D TILXORS Adair, Ronald Butler, james H. Ci.lflL'I', Victor Davis, Dickie Miles, Charles Littrell, Rudy 13,-1Rl'1'O.X'IfS Adair, Donald lferris, Chuck Johnson, Rocquee Stanley, jimmy Whlde, Johnny Xvoinack, David Spencer, 'loc IYJISX Chamhers, David Daniel, Price Mallory, Randy Still, Rodney Wtwllitz, Bill 1"lRS'l' ALTOS Bal-ter, Luquita Blakeney, Brenda Coley, Karen Lea Crawford, Diane Harrison, Cynthia Hicks, Betty Mizell, Cindi Molloy, Linda Norris, Susie Jackson, Susan Snow, Nancy Lee W'ilmon, Edie XY!rotenherry, Anne SECOND ALTOS Grogan, Beverly Harding, Linda Harrington, Judy Howard, Nancy Hughes, Paula Owens, Sandra Shields, Virginia Tomlin, Kathryn Logue, Beth Apaches 3 7 LJ L A P L. . TK! Officers for the Singing Apaches .ire Carolyn Gundwin, Librarinng Cynthia Harrison, Libr.1ri.ing Price Daniel, Vice Presielentg Phyllis Beck, Librariang johnson, Directnrg Cheryl XWhisenr1nr, Libr,1ri,1ng Dicky Davis. President f,'N'ufPifl14ndj. -'A '90- J. W I69 .ff i Presenting . . . OKLAHOMA Hllnrlflll. fznzuy. :Iliff filler! zviflv faeazzliflfl melo- .cffer Rodgers and l-lammersteins great American classic "Oklahoma" was produced on the Tyler junior College campus during the month of March. The musical, the, first for T.j.C., was sponsored by the Singing Apaches in coopera- tion with the Drama Department. Under the direction of j. W. johnson and Utah Ground, the 5-night performance had the added profes- sional touch of a 14-piece orchestra and Apache Belle ushers. A The handsome cowboy Curly fDicl-cy Davisj tries to woo the pretty farm girl Laurcy QPhyllis Beclaj by turning on his "Okl.ihomr1" smile. , .V ' -1 f ' " KW-X ill 't'i'1'ix'i'4'Q lI4'ur2q'r'lil1Rzg l ' ' Q' Ap 1 A U Vllll I 'fmq 'vW1' 'M' ' i 1 , I 1 ' ' I a . . n - muff g15f1m3,,gy,',,,,, t X 154' cq4unuu'x'i'z'. XX'ill Parker lpdlll Taiikcrsleyj will not easily forget that Ado Annie 1 P.llFlL'l.l Bradyj likes to date other guys. Carolyn Harhc-r, Beth lluitzman, Diam' C rawford, .md Kathy Hender- son tri' out the seats in thc "Surrey with thc liringc on Top." BAND AND BELLES its is 5, an S Cathy Anderson JoAnn Broyles it . V Charlotte Brown ' Beverly Burns an - if ,' 'K'. ' Marslm Carson . " .f X Cookie Clurizio W -p 41,5 The Belles often add colorful ,, "" " ': " props for specialty numbers, l A 1' 1 f1' ' B Donna Baker models the Indian ' Q ' b ll' ' feathers in the Cowboy-Indian A A -ee Y '11 if , M Wvgp, if zz: : .w .M-:-' f M N' tg, F "" J L tit. f .niseyg Senior Belle from 'l.1cl4sonville, w.1s selected .is the 1968 Apache Belle nominee. Her escort was Craig Thormnn. Joanne Connally Laura English f CA Dianne Everett ,. Q Qt 0 x B L i it ' 4 ff Wy... Q4 4 A 2 Sharon Felts ' ,HV Martha Frantzen I I 'I ' Diane Holditch A Q gr. V it ...Q , - 1 2 ij Vi -..t i X Early in August the Belles and Band travelled to Mexico City. Shown with their souvenirs after a special shopping tour are Marsha Carson, Richard Dickson, Martha Frant- zen, and JoAnn Broyles. The traditional long skirts were shortened this year, presenting a new style for the Belles. Strutting onto the field for a performance are Diane Holditch, Mary Treadaway, and Dianne Everett all from Tyler. 2 1 .., ,. . ,-, n A,,,e, .4 ...ml ' '- : 'ff--' - --1, , 1 ,-C: " affix 5 w . -4-f-. .' . , ,, 0 .i .2 -...,, .1--A . ,.'-,,..,-5... .-U4-,..,-, ,,.-11A,,hx,f4 ,V,'- pl- , ,-. , . .1 ...M ..-, , ,A -H . 5 , .. -.--. L . ,--,L-.,. fy. M i j' e'.:-1:55-l s 'i ' B '. ,A-.Q ,-l ,, Miss Laura English poses in the "Top Hat" uniform used for the Broaclway Medley and the Circus Show. I73 fl' Albee Penny Honeycutt Ellen jones jill Knllerson y Fiesta Night-During the 1968 Rose Festival the Belles were featured in the Hawaiian number. Marcie Albright is shown dancing the I-Iuki Inu f 'r U r I Senior Belles, Beverly Burns, Penny Honeycutt and jill Kallerson pause for Cnmernmen in the lobby of the Taft Hotel prior to the Belles' performance in Yankee Stadium in New York City. Candy Lamb it K 4' xxx 5 ,if 4' fix Pt' r1" r 'yy A ' 42 B ,, we 1 .Y H vs I I Q of l X f ' SM' I I ' reid on Belle Tripsee-Three exhausted Belles, Penny Pnngburn, ' I-gill'5it,I'y', .intl Anne Kuehl catch .1 few moments sleep on the floor l ,e Strulwm bitbroom. A Donna x Renfro I, fa , T J l Vp ' A 4 Nancy Rogers V i, i ' i gf? A J Q X yi B , T T i f Q if Sikf +213 Belles visit "Your Fathers Mustache"-Donna Renfro, Diane Everett, Joanne Connally, and Diane Holclitch pose in New Orleans. f ,r,.l,. ' s,... wr -All if , The Belles' best friend-the patient bus drivers. They take time to pose with jill Kallerson and Beverly Burns before leaving to perform in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. 3 KV ,iry q A 31 I, ,. I bf Dldfm RUShlfLi! Sunday Samford Pat 5fl1PlC5 Cindy Wiedenhoeft 7,42 The Belles donned their Western outfits for the New York performance. Charlotte Brown assists Nancy Rogers with her chaps in the hotel lobby. East Texans rarely see this much snow, so the Belles took 11dV.lIlf.1gC of the situation at Yankee Stadium in New York. , As the excited group of 43 Belles and 43 Band members left Pounds Field, Mrs. Saunders expresses 11 "thank you" to TIC President, Dr. Harry jenkins. lu' , .ltr K. , 2,1 I 5:9297 After a 3-hour delay at Kennedy Airport, the Belles and Band boarded their plane for the return trip home. ' -4 wsu- Q of ...as B,qff'1A.! ' .1 4, ltlyfg: Director of the Belles, Mrs. Eva Saunders, and Joanne Connally ex- amine 11 music box while shopping in Chinatown. are is 11 f., 1.91 .f - 's 1 , l, x ' 1 ' 1 ' - .W ' 1 , -' , I ' :E 5 s " ... '. 6 . fx, ij Q fig? Q gf , 5:5 I ., A ,-w 9- , 'pq - - ., ph .. f -.1 'Z" " L .ig H' . ' 5 .f ' f' A ., " '.:fQ ., ' ! ' "4 1 '.r'?ig .5 .' 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' ,f -A o -' " f ' "9': "'--- --A 4 ' - ..'-- f. 1, . 1'-""'7'f Ystflf--,'n-'I-14.11 -Q-"',,"5"tfr?- " .1 ' BW 4' 'J f, A , V u. ,,.,, - ' Jn.. Q-1 g,., , .3"J5ml',-',.4,.j-4 aliens- -IE,-l-,-..-.,9'..f-.,,,yg.a ---4, -. --s . ' . ', at ' - -' 'i cow .." "S . , ff.-'I 'f ', e-,,, -aff vp.- nh .v- -Y-A .. L .' .. .. liigspite .1 S degree halftime temperature, the Belles won the admiration of the New York fans and received a stand- ing oxiition .ts they left the field, "Show Biz" Personalities . . . Jim Skinner, Apache Belles, Apache Band, Dallas Cowboys il B14 'jr . '-4 Mr. Jim Skinner, director of half-time entertainment for the NFL Dallas Cowboys, has been responsible for the Apache Belles' and Apache Band's appearances on national television before audiences in Dallas, Miami, Wfash- ington, and New York. He has used his favorite combination of the Apache Belles and Apache Band for spectacu- lars such as "Salute to Broadway," "Santa Belles," Tribute to Hawaii," "Top Hat," "Texans go Western," and the "traditional" Apache Belle uniform before millions of satisfied television viewers. Mr. Skinner may be unknown to many, but to the Apache Belles and Apache Band he is an everlasting friend. A A ,..u V Wa. yg . . ff ,,,, . c 2 ' i ,Z Adfytii R5 it if Ei tml ' 1 it. lit-llcs tlonned their new pink and red velvet costumes for the national telecast of the Cowboy- ifz Udolwer, The girls .1INLlZCQl ll capacity crowd with their colorful and spectacular "Salute to Pam Booher Pat Brasfield Debbie Brown Deborah Brown Tresia Buckalew Linda Chiclsey Darrell Coffey Susan Davis Linda Davenport Dc-by DeVinney i r X L . X 5 r i e 3 JR. 'R 1,4-4. , . .-we 1 . - i 'Q A-,,-, A ,..... VF: , Wa, N I .far '4,.4..A4',.L,' M, f is X. ,fe 3, ry. -.,-Af, 'SN zvfmzfpyjgnaxn 3 I . 'nu-.. pe 1 M. Hmdafff Candy Lambs Apache Belle smile warms a cold football stadium, JoAnn Broyles and Diann Rushing get in the mood for the trip to Mexico City. Brenda England Carolyn Greenwood Mary Ann Hall Linda Harding Dede Holt Mary jo Graves Lee Hagood Patsy Hall Karen Harrington janet Jensen Q3 Q N W it Lg Q limi? LX J, xx li X -, VAK' in V Q- YA fix. 'I 4' W ,l Jil H rl R l ' ll Ia ,159 5 t i E if i Q ,sf A 5 1' 'ii' 1 X ,l . I79 . ,. Q l Sue Johnston Anne Kuehl O w lv 1 FQ Senior Apache Belles pose with Al Gilliam fChoreographerj and Eva Saunders fDirectorj for a picture that will remind them of two wonderful years as Apache Belles. 4 1 X "M f 1? 1 Af ' Y B 47 , . ,i Becky Land Shari Louvier Beverly Lucius Parades are another feature of Belle activities Early in November the Belles led the annual homecomin B A parade through downtown Tyler. i g l ll fill l Vi l' f M WZ- My 1 I 3 f 11" 5.5 lazfwfifizif fe ' as if , , 1 , X --ff w ' ." 4 P I , - fe!! ,f A F- 2, 1-Fix 'iYu.v'ealfff 'l ral VL- if Q ex y Wig sfyfi . f. JB'e,5,, kg a A , , ff' fy K if eff x at gf SG I X i Rose Ella McCleary Terryca McCoy Cindi Mizell Becky Montgomery Pam Norrell -X P95 7 X f' L f I Sandy Owens 6 E L . if Jana Pearson Beverly Burns gracefully poses for a picture in the costume used in the "Broadway Medley." Penny Pangburn 5: Sherry Prater ,- ,i ' , Vicki Reagan l . f - . jean Sandidge V " Q. ' f . we P The Belles' contribution to the Homecoming Parade was 4 b ' i a "float" adorned with signs of the towns the Belles ' ' have visited. Q if . x A Laura Sandoval ""' Susan Sessions .Q Luane Slaughter Carolyn South S c P rs' f c i S I8I N . io Aish Q .. X fb., , is X l Q 2 ni i-X A It f. a , - rl I g s p B I xiii f' 'X'-F, is 55, ,i X5 If Belles go Hawaiian-jill Krillerson and Cindy Harrison pose b in the colorful Hawaiian dresses and grass skirts at half- Glll Wallace time at the Kilgore-TIC game. Susan Wfallis Q Wir- fwpenetl the season in Dallas for the Cowboy-Colt game. They performed their spectacular i tn medley to the delight of the Cotton Bowl fans. Paula Stephenson Margie Stiles Gail Stone Cheryl Thomas Lana Ward Lynette Willis Waynette York V a t , .i V vli i '- 'i i' X, fl Apache Band BASS CLARINETS P Debra Rhea Jane Ann Chastain Genene Galloway SAXOPHONES- Ginni Chamness Karen Coley Don Cook Marcus Curvey Sam Davis Belinda Hickman Mary Maureen Huddle Paula Hughes Steve Ledbetter Dean Leighton Donald McMahon Judy Porter Dawrl Shepherd Ann Shoaf Carla Shott Walter Tackett Paulette Pollock Rodney Wilson Barbara Ross FLUTES- Lynette Anderson Patricia Lueb Kathy Wilson Cathey Graham CLARlNETS- Judy Harrington Trudy Brumbelow Charles Wohletz Molly McCarty Judy Caswell David Ham Larry Osborne Diana Barbee Rose Mari Cash Kathleen Fuller Cheryl Hall Janis Martin Janis McAllister Patty Scott Donn Straley Cathy Tomlin Brown Wfilliams FRENCH HORNS- Jimmy Berry Carolyn Cain David Jarvis Sheila Loftin Gary Peacock Julie Offord BARITONE HORNS Morris Dixon Raymon Hooper Gary Houston Linda Jernigan Michael Lee Rainey John Rothermel Arvis Tanton John Wfilliams APACHE PRINCESS Jackie Allen BA ND MA NA GER- Mike Campbell PERCUSSION- Brad Burger O'Neal Caffey Richard L. Corbin Richard Dickson Wfilliam Harrington David lsget M. D. Plummer Jan Skinner Ronny Smith Frank Wfilliams TRI 'iJIPETS-- Alan Caudle Loyd Dowd Allen lfelmet Bob Fuller Sandy Hamilton Harold Jackson Randy Lavvhon David Mclqlhanon Rhonda Roberts Charles Smith Andrew Taylor Byron Tucker Glenn Wfarren Dennis Wfhite Gary Whitehead BASSESf Hank Hays Billy Jernigan Michael Sewell Roy Sulsur Jack Ziemer TROilII3ONES- Gerald Boatner Gary Castleberry Thomas Champion George Conner Ill Robert Dykes Raymond Eades Hal Florence XY'illiam Henson Curtis lrvvin Steve Larson Gary Patrick XY'ayne Payeur Oliver Roberts Jr. Jim Robertson Ronald Spence! John Trieb l83 Trombones Apache Bclhd S ' ,.'gg.1,fM x 'HU' Y 11- ,QA yi 5.15 H Q.: ' "W ' " ln... TM.w'ffM . 1 Gerald Butler x....J 5 gf i "' " Loaded with instruments, luggage, and sack lunches, the Band and Belle busses prepare to depart for New Orleans, La. Gary Houston Ronald Spencer Gary Castleberry jimmy Robertson John Trieb N W, pnrwf 'I 1 tv C v 1 J I , A j F N, Lf c ,L-L ml 'l .V ' :Q lui' 1, 1 3 QQSKH ' Q3 4 my Homecoming parade-The band marches in precision to the tune of."jazz on Parade." f-a, Y Band Director, Edwin Fowler, concentrates on that touchdown about to be made at a Dallas Cowboy football game. I 1144! The Apache Band practices before that important half-time performance. Y, M! 'Q :I P' -45s -2. .I 's.,,,. ...-ff-"V I85 Wx Q Bass Horns l I 1 Sheila Loftin Roy Sulser Drummers Richard Dickson Frank Williams I '1 A HE S 'T jack Ziemer lends a helping hand-a vital part of the organization of the Band and Belles is the close relationship and friendliness and helpfulness between the two groups of performers. FLUTE CORNET , , X D , N XXL ' Qgiifocl-ll? or KM I is intl his Apache Bass Drum are inseparable! Lynette Anderson Randy Lawhon Band Contest. Band members Trudy Brumbelovx and Klthlcerl Iul ler pull on their snovs boots before the New York performance. Trumpet lx Alan Caudle gg Tenor Saxophone 4-1- lvl, -Q Barbara Ross Steve Ledbetter . Carla Short Baritone Saxophone 'X r hforris Dixon Paula Hughes Alto Saxophone ...A K ... Q nvs t 4- 5' ,iv , gf: Q? 5- a... Q 1' Belinda Hickman XY'.11rcr Tackett Gary Houston Carolyn Cain, Apache Band Member, admires something pretty while shopping in Chinatown in New York City. .il 6 4. ATHLETICS 'Ggl1'l3xg gk gif 3 J Football The Scoreboard APACHES OPPONENT 21 Kilgore 7 12 16 Henderson County 0 20 Blinn 7 20 Ranger 7 Cisco 12 20 Navarro 21 37 Wharton 16 13 Henderson County 19 7 Kilgore 10 173 qs-S-op 117 ' 1968 Apaches , 1 , 'mf ' 1 . -,QW '., ,l . ,4 1. 57+ 55 KA' 3' 0-1 sw. '3-'gun 5 if - . - ,ha Sf A,-Yi Y' MP 1. .,.,,l.,. .,,,L-1 Rau' J: Billy Ray Robinson, Narcisse Landry, Clinton Hill, Tom Staring, Mike Keveryn, Mike Robinson, Pat Browning, Glynn Seeton, Tony Mnnlanio. ff :if 9 Rayinnntl Fnntenot, Carlos Guttry, Kenneth Fontno, Aaron Bond, Henry Valenzuela, Gaylon Ramm, john Bedgood, Ray Acosta, Ronnie 'N IE, ' 1 nitli Babe Hallmark, james Smith, Gene Lindsey, Rick Nabnrs, Ray Dowcly, Danny Collins, jerry Bishop, John Rickaway, Coach Nelville ' 1 fhitli Billy W.1y'ne Andrews. Allan lineart, Stew McCoy, Clay Burr, james Hart, Kent Brandstetter, Mike Irons, Rodney Wfarren, ' X ,Iv RAYMOND FONTENOT SID GOITF Sopbnnmre S0f7b0Il10I'L' Port Arthur Nacngdoches '9 Q! CARLOS GUTTRY Sofzbozzmrc Burns, Louisiana :DN I' 5,1 , I K - tj - ,X f ff' - CLINTON HILL Sf1f2hfu1101'U Port Arthur ,351 s 1-It jf, MIKE KEVERYN GENE LINDSEY S0fI!90I1I0l'63 S0IlIb0ll.70I'6 Manassas, Va. Mobile, Ala. STEVE MCCOY Sopbonzore Texas City r if L QQTITIJ Sfinm .. .Jim-F RICK NABORS Sophmzzore Austin MIKE ROBINSON GLYNN SEETON RONNY SMITH TOM STARING Sophomore Soplaonzore S0ll7b0lII0l'U Sfvpbwzzore Austin Grand Prairie Midland Garland l9l og, I I ffii 1,54-'-m2 We TJC athletic director, Floyd Wagstaff, welcomes Darrell Royal, Texas University Head Coach to the TJC-Henderson County football game. Coach Royal was in Tyler to scout for prospective Texas Longhorn players. DU GAYLON RAMM Frerlamafz Austin up! ,Aki P5 are K p ' fail, 'li H N RICKAWAY Fri 1fi7l'liIJZ Bmzosport 1 'U 2 BILLY RAY ROBERSON Frerlamfm Troup - JAMES SMITH HENRY VALENZUELA Freshman Frerbmmz Beaumont San Antonio 'bf' l f' 4? LW' W, fx 143' Eff:-if , .. -4- :K ,xgnzbgiv It Nl I Y ,I 1. T.. X nj , 1 ,, . . 4. -43.4 A + 1,fs,.,- -"V u ir i gif..-.'.:Q,i'i ,Wi',,f:' iu'-L Q ' RODNEY WARREN RAY ACOSTA .lOl-IN BIEDGOOD S0,fIllfI0lllfll'L' Ifrw fazmzzz lin' ilanzinz Manassas, Va. San Antonio Alice S g:x.?M VIIZRRY BISHOP lim wfwzlzff Wfcst Orange f Oc -Q, gi-.4 i 4: , ii ge 1 Fl Alle' iff 4? ALLEN BQGART AARQN BQND KENT BRANDSTETTER PAT BIQOXVNING I?l'L',l'bUlclU Frm hmfuz 1'f'wf11f1f1f1 I:7'L'lZ7Uli11I Lynn, Mass. Alice Lz1M.1rque Cf.irth.1gc is 5 CLAY BURR DANNY COLLINS RAY DOXVDY Fl'c?fl9Illz11I Fu vlyzziluz I:I'L'll71I1L11I Dallas San Antonio Austin ' Ls. . l 1 , 1 ,U l.zs,,... . ..s 6 . KENNETH FONTNO Fm .l'fU?1.U! Beaumont I93 'R fa! if JAMlfS HART MIKE IRONS NARCISSE LANDRY TONY MQNTANIO FI'L',l!JNIil1l Fyyiljjjjilll F,-Lfjhjjjdjj I7I'6'Jib7l1l1l.7 Luling Big Spring Beaumont Sdn Antonio Tribe Routs Ranger 20-7 The Apaches came on with a strong rushing attack to outscore Ranger 20-7. The Apaches' first score came on a short run by sophomore Mike Robinson. Danny Collins followed with a 25 yard touchdown pass to Billy Ray Roberson and Pat Brown- ing added still another T.D. on a ten yard sweep. HEADING OUT TO VICTORY-Clinton Hill, Tony Montanio, Rodney W.irren. james Smith, Ken Fontno, and Clay Burr run on to the field for another victory, I r fa T hi ,,1 J' ' ' ray lf 1- ii :A if i , ei -Kyiv. N 1 Apaches Whip Wharton - Then Fall To Cisco ,Q ""nhi"""': Q 4 Q '31 , , , ,5 N wi., 5,4 .. N if L 71 x . V. X ' . . X ., K T ' fri ' '5'1?fi ff' . '. guyz, f GO NARCISSE--Narcisse Landry scores another touchdown for T.'l.C. Tyler 37 -Wharton 16 The Apaches returned to the victory trail hy combining a stout defense and a potent offense in defeating Xlifharton 57-16. Rodney Warreii high- lighted the evening by intercepting three passes on defense and catching two touchdown passes from Gaylon Ramm, one covering 67 yards. Ramin also threw a third TD, pass to end james Hart for 18 yards. The Apaches' scoring also included touchdowns by Ramm and Narcisse Landry, while Mike Irons kicked a 26 yard field goal. Tyler 7 - Cisco 12 A last minute touchdown by Cisco hrought a disappointment to T.j.C. luis as the Apaches lost a close one. Tyler scored first on an 18 yard ff Ivy Narcisse Landry. However the offense was held scoreless the re- rdir ul' the game while Cisco added two touchclowns-one coming wal iew minutes of play which made the score 12-7. 'G '. Comebcicks Fall Short If 1 Tyler 20 - Navarro 21 The Apaches came one point short of victory as they lost to Navarro by the score of ll to 20. Trailing li-0 at half time. Apache halfback Billy Ray Roberson ran 18 yards for a touch- down. Quarterback Gaylon Ramm then threw a 60 yard pass to Rodney Warreii for a Znd touchdown. Ramm added a 5rd touchdown on a short run to give Tyler a 20 to 15 lead. However, Navarro Came back with a late TD. to edge the Apaches by a lone point. M' 1 tim' ln OH, WHAT A GAME-WGene Lindsey, Rick Nabors, and Rodney XYAITTCII take .1 quick breather! A Tyler 12 - N.E. Okla. Rain does not dampen the T.-I C spirit. , f X 'Tw-. The Apaches put on a desperate come-trom- behind rally but fell S yards short in losing to Northeastern Oklahoma I8-ll, Trailing the na- tion's number 1 rank team 18-6. quarterback Gaylon Ramm teamed up with Narcisse Landry for a 57 yard TD, pass to make the score IS-ll. The Apaches got a final chance in the closing moments ot the game. However. the clock ran out when they had a lst down on Northeasterns 5 yard line. I97 18 Season Opens Ancl Closes With Kilgore ABOVE-Ray Acosta moves in for the tackle while jerry Bishop comes in to help. BELOW-Keririeth Fontno pursues .1 Kilgore ball carrier in game that scored 21-7 in honor of the.Ap.1ches. Tyler 21- Kilgore 7 The Apaches combined a balanced offense with a stout de- fense and stopped neighboring rival Kilgore 21-7 in the season opener, Freshman halfback. Kenneth Fontno, scored the seasons first TD. from four yards away, added a sec- ond one on another short run, and Mike Robinson scored the final T.D. from two yards out. Tyler 7 - Kilgore 10 The Apaches closed out the season against Kilgore. Tyler scored its only touchdown in the first quarter on a one yard run by Mike Robinson. Kilgore managed to kick a field goal late in the first half to make the score 7-3. The score remained the same until the fourth quarter when Kilgore scored on a 78 yard punt return to make the score 10-7. The loss gave the Apaches an overall season record of five wins and five losses. Apaches Split Pair LEFT--End Rodney Vlfar- ren leaps high for .1 pass. R IG H T - Clinton Hill knocks the ball loose with a jarring tackle. BOTTOM-Narcisse Lan- dry fights for yardage against Henderson Coun- fy. Tyler is - Hcic o In a defensive battle in Athens, the Apaches came out the victor over the highly rated Henderson County Cardinals by the score of 16 to 0. Linebacker Gene Lindsey was the hero as he intercepted 2 passes in the 1st half, running one 14 yards for a touchdown while setting out a Mike Irons' field goal with the other. The offense scored another touchdown while the defensive team held the Cardinals scoreless. Tyler 13 - HCJC 'I9 Tyler fans were treated to a disappointing but exciting night of football in Rose Station when the Apaches dropped a close one to Henderson County by the score of 19-13. Trailing 5 to 0, the Apaches came back with a touchdown by Mike Robinson to make the score 7-5 at halftime. Robinson came back with a 91 yard run to give Tyler another touchdown. However, a Cardi- nal rally late in the 4th quarter gave them a touch- down and a victory. :M as 3, G With Cardinals ,. -1 L, ,W yn'-Ls., -.TU ., :git h ,LAX-AA 1 S 'asus 1 --an -wi .h L J f . f . Q .,.. . -, ,.. ., A. . . . ...., .Y rf-, Y . ll -Fl !' .I EA The BSU enters .1 prize-winning float in the homecoming parade this year. 1968 Homecoming ""if'2'-i The five finalists are announced in the annual homecoming parade before the winner is announced that night at the football game. Homecoming Queen-Ginger Skeen ac- cepts flowers from Student Senate Pres- ident, Charlie Taylor. Tommy Sikes is Miss Skeen's escort. L , .. f,s,,,,'- fif- Q- 55-if iz ,-,, nf-' 14. Following the 1968 Homecoming Parade, a spirited pep r.1llyw.1s held on the downtown pl.1z.1. TIC President, Dr. H. E. jenkins, lights the giant Homecoming bonfire. 2 I 4 ., .1 Q ' far- gc' . " U. -1:2 A , . If fl, . lmlyz- +r-Y 'N 1' I K f I 1, f r ' " ,,u. , i E X .4 1 I u. 5, ,Q Sophomore class officers Ronnie Carpenter .ind John Huhlurd resent Cl.1ss Secretar' Cookie Clarizio with ri Homecoming l i mum. 20l Basketball: 1969 - The Agony And The Ecsfcas - gisv, POO WELCH Another two points. Y TYLER 104 125 131 130 106 92 85 84 79 60 91 85 90 93 104 130 75 124 103 117 81 115 105 110 94 94 115 110 115 107 TJC Records Centenary Frosh. Midwestern JV ETBC Frosh. Angelina Co. Houston Frosh. San Jacinto Houston Frosh. San Jacinto Angelina Co. Centenary Frosh Texas Frosh. Henderson Co. Panola Kilgore Paris SMU Frosh. Grayson Co. Paris SMU Frosh. Jacksonville Lon Morris Panola jacksonville Grayson Co. Kilgore Lon Morris Henderson Co. Lon Morris Kilgore Henderson Co. Willie Chntman scores again in a conference ame againstP.1nol.1. OPP. 80 91 76 96 66 115 82 81 70 43 100 86 88 75 84 74 56 77 78 95 86 100 91 91 98 79 107 98 96 106 SPRD. 24 34 55 34 40 -23 3 3 9 17 -9 -1 2 18 20 56 19 47 25 22 -5 15 14 19 -4 15 8 12 19 1 Larry Faust reaches high to deflect a pass against Henderson Cvunty Apache Scoring Player Poo Wfelch Willie Chatman Wilbert Loftin jimmy Blacklock Bobby Thompson Roy Thomas Larry Faust Clinton Roxburgh Norman Wfright Pat Spruiell Carroll Gardner Mark Wfagstaff 761 573 275 285 360 228 150 18 21 33 8 10 Games Avg. 36.1 27.3 10.2 10.6 13.6 8.5 6.5 1.6 1.7 3.3 4.0 2.0 North Zone Champs The Apaches continued the tradition of winning at TIC by compiling a record of 22 wins and S losses in the regular season and going on to win the North Zone Tournament. The complete club, beginning from the left on the front row, includes sophomore Pat Spruiell from Van, freshman Roy Thomas from Kirbyville, Sophomore Norman Wfright from Amarillo, sophomore Clinton Roxburgh from Tyler, and freshman Iimmy Blacklock from Houston. The second row includes, reading from left, Coach Floyd Wagstaff, sophomore Poo Welch from Lake Charles, Louisiana, freshman Bobby Thompson from Dallas, sophomore Willie Chatman from Galveston, freshman Larry Faust from Newark, New Iersey, and freshman Mark Wag- staff from Beaumont. One of the highlights of the season came when Coach Wagstaff won his 700th game since coming to TIC. The big win came when the Apaches waxed Hender- son County 115 to 107. After winning the North Zone Tournament, TIC went on to play the San Iacinto Ravens, who were ranked No. 1 in the nation. The Ravens came into the playoff with a record of 40-1, the only loss coming from Tyler. The Ravens won the first game in Tyler by the score of 120-114 and the second at San Iacinto 100-78. Apache Trademarks Speed and strength have been trademarks of TTC. basketball, and 1969 was no exception. The strength came from big Wfilbert Loftin, a 68 6'3" freshman shown at the left and Wfillie Chatman a 6'3" sophomore. The speed was Contributed by freshman Jimmy Blacklock, shown at the top left driving for the basket, and sophomore sensation Poo Wfelch, shown above taking a shot against Panola. Bobby Thompson rounded out the Apache lineup, while Roy Thomas and Larry Faust were very strong re- serves. Tribe Begins North Zone Tourney With Win Poo Wfelch drives around a Lon Morris defender for a hasket. Willie Chatman jumps high to shoot over a Lon Morris player. TIC 110 - Lon Morris 98 The Apaches came out hungry for a victory in the first game of the crucial North Zone Tournament. Playing the Lon Morris Bearcats, T.j.C. got revenge for the loss the Bearcats had dealt them earlier in the season. Poo Welch was the hig gun for Tyler, scoring 56 points while Willie Chatman canned 28 to give the Apaches a 110-98 victory and the right to advance to the second round of the tournament. TIC 115 - Kilgore 96 Poo Welch was the big story in Tyler's 115-96 win over the Kilgore Rangers in the second round of the Region XIV North Zone Tournament. He dug the Rangers' grave and shoved them in it by controlling the ball and scoring the Apaches last 17 points in the final six minutes. Welch was by no means the whole story. Willie Chatman popped in 15 field goals for 30 points to continue his steady string of high efforts. Bobby Thompson contributed 14 points, Larry Faust 11, Jimmy Blacklock 10. Poo Welch shows the control he has with the basketball as he drives around il Kilgore Ranger. Welch had 50 points in the game lmmy Blacklock goes up for a shot while Willie Chatman waits for the rebound. Larry Faust gets one of many . 'vi' ,Ms 1' ' 1 I . H 1 . 1 X, x y 1 5 if ll w., ,,-: ff""'5Nf Af r Y gl J f "Ng X if X 74 blocked shots against 207 Apaches Take lib Dvertime l l TJC 107- HCJC 106 jimmy Blacklock made Tyler's last six points and Poo Welch came through with another super performance to give the Apaches a 107-106 overtime victory over Henderson County. The win gave TJC the North Zone Championship and the right to meet San Jacinto in the Region XIV playoff. Welch had 44 points before fouling out while Willie Chatman fin- ished with 32. The game finished in a 97-97 tie and forced a five minute overtime. It was in the final minute of overtime that Blacklock hit four free throws in a row under pressure to give the Apaches the one point victory. f W' All-Tournament Apaches Three Un All-Tourney Team After the Apaches had won the Region XIV North Zone championship, the all-tournament team was announced. The champion Apaches placed three members on the select team: Larry Faust, Wfillie Chatman, and Poo Welcli. Faust, a 6'5" freshman pictured below, came off the bench against Kilgore to contribute many crucial rebounds as well as many blocked shots. He started the game against HCJC and played well again. Willie Chatman, right, played three outstanding games, averaging thirty points per game. 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A 'l'JC 600 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL! BEST WISHES, APACHES NEW CAR CENTER 0F EAST TEXAS! For the Best Deal on a New Car-See These Members of TYLER NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION HOLLEY MOTOR CO. KING CHEVROLET CO. Dodge-Plymoulh-Chrysler 520 W, Erwin LY 3-936l 236 S. Broadway 244-332l I-IORACE SMITH. INC. 623 w. Erwin LY 2-1636 VO'lWge" OGE OLDSMOBILE, INC. :aol W. Erwin LY 3-6446 Oldsmobile Sales and Service HARVEY PONTIAC-RAMBLER CENTER l23 N, Bonner LY 4-7425 'lm W' Em" LY 'mob TYLER LINCOLN-MERCURY INC. JIM HOLLEY BUICK CO. 5I7 W. Erwin LY 4-2551 302 N. Broadway LY 4-2345 RlCl'lARDSON-FORD, INC. Sales and Service 700 W. Erwin LY 4-933l ,Z. , if in tx f5 fN 1, Q9 levi v IEIVIEIIFQETT JEWELERS TYL e naiigi'-wb-"gi, TE x AS 'I TyIer's Preffiesf Diamond Selecfion TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Where Training does no'r cosf-if pays W. E. WOMACK, Cwner ACCOUNTING I05 S. Glenwood SEC- TRAINING IBM KEY PUNCH CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES I I i CIo+I1ing 1 O x . 'For . 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BERGFELD CENTERX PHONE Lv-1-6061 !TvLeR, TEXAS F, 1' -' ..'.v, 'W R 7 ,ff- , ily-K , r, ,wi ff fr g -. .Q, V . .4 . . f if N 5 ' 'Q' min gk L-is +- A . A A A Ai U ll 2THh - I A U H1 if f WHATABURGER "World's Larqes+ Pure Beef Hamburger" I739 S. Beckham nsows 2 Locafions in Tyler JEWELERS Norfhside Soufhside 3303 Mineola Hwy. I333 Troup Hwy. 508 E From Tyler LY 3-0I8I LY 4-7283 See 'rhe Agen+ Who Displays This Seal eg Assochqr 44 04, hsumnce AGENT NSURANC F A66 vous pendant OA S!RVlS!VOU,FlRQ5T" S46 SYMBOL OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TYLER ASSOCIATION of INSURANCE AGENTS BARRETT OPTICAL SERVICE "I-IOUSE OF QUALITY" Kf Q Hundreds of Frames 'ro Choose From Con'Iac'r Lens Service Phone LY 3-8966 8I8 S. Beckham I... HAMMQEDTRIESAIICETUDIOS The Pride of Easf Texans Swimming Pool and Cabanas .327 S' Beckham Complefe Convenfion FaciIiI'ies LY 3-2466 PARK FREE Tel. LYrac 3-2431 Service Terms Free Lessons 1 "TyIer's Finest" 7 Slufm FINE FOODS LY 3-3572 601 EAST FRONT ST. in . L.-aa.. ' ,, ,- " ' " ' lf" ' ' "" T'f""m""'?'Blf0'1!!?dKilmn' - .. .1 ' . . mmnnm...-.. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING DEPARTMENT TYLER, TEXAS Where I2O0 Easi' Texans Manufacfure +I1e WorIcI's Finesi' Cenfral Air Condirioners and Wearherfron Heai' Pumps ELECTRIC GENERAL I 5' j7Qaf012 'S ., "S F. B. HEATON, Owner IOI Easi' 81'I1 Tyler, Texas 7570I A.C. 2I4 LY 2-7329 iabIe Prescripfions 0 Cify-Wide D Cosmefics C Candies QOIDON9 . X I" ' A I "I -. .. ' I 1 E A 'W fy OU' 0"'Y Sfm- 'MW A 1' 4' fhn W, "' ' ' Tyler, Texas ix sv f I -I M f,1fIfVi',h'7'r'fM I ' N da IRION DRUG CO. Mir in :R ,l. BU1c1cs-WALKER lil: - TIPPIT - ty lyi FUNERAL DIRECTORS " lx Nl il ii- l 1 yn . .--zu II Dedicated to Your Needs Since U07 FUNERAL HOME ...... 2 I 5 E. Fron'I' INSURANCE OFFICE . . 427 S. Fannin LY 2-6553 10011 we 'Elixi- AN T018 East Fifth Street, Tyler, Texas, Apache Center. For years Grants has served Tyler with quality merchandise and friendly customer service. We are proud to be a part of a community which has the finest Junior College in the United States. 'B Jw, as eff 0 Jgame an fee efffwbe FURNITURE COMPANY JY! M' J J W I ty FRAME. AXLE, DRUMS AND WHEEL STRAIGHTENING DISTINCTIVE HOME FURNISHINGS 216 SOUTH SPRING STREET TYLER, TEXAS 75701 2I0 S. Broadway Tyler LY 2-439I Complete Home Furnishing Compliments of EAST TEXAS TYPEWIIITEII EXCHAN P. O. BOX 142 . TYLER. TEXA 1 underwood - olivetti Bergfeld Center SALES 0 SERVICE 0 RENTALS Tyler REPAIR 0 EXCHANGE CompIimen'Is of COATS-MCCAIN LUMBER COMPANY LY 2-3855 3I2 E. FRONT mzzlwa 225285 SHOP 4I0 Sou+I1 Broadway LY 2-6533 La'res+ Fashions for AII Occasions in 'I'I'l6 Life Qglvr Ulqllifllflll Qu. Le'Hering, Emblems and Designs Our SpeciaI+y I309 W. Erwin Phone LY 3-929I Eglrr, Glrxaa of a College Miss W 1 gy, , I iff? f 2, Q I . ' in J 'Z' ' im viweiv ,I 4 'lr I. ,,,,,. . Q an LAYES JEWELERS Diamonds, Wafclwes, Gills FOWLER FURNITURE CO. Gif+s and Wall Accessories FURNITURE CARPETS DRAPERIES APPLIANCES Luggage-Wifh +I-19 Fronf-Beckham Diamond Emblem LY 4-339I III Erwin, Tyler 522 E- Erwin LY 4-7458 Phone: LY 4-970I Tyla' BETTER LIGHT 21'-Q 'E S--' School home-work is usually hard enough without the burden of poor lighting conditions. Children who have proper home-study lighting have a better chance for clearer understanding and better grades. Your electric appliance dealer has a variety of brand new "perfect light for perfect sight" home-study lamps. See him today. rpg- --'ii -Q - if-H Y V A' 'fl ' ' -37 .. i.::. :- ligizg , E55 T E L E t 2 EE ii I ES 5 iipii 7 V 9 ES i ,227 E E 4f, i, F- E, ' VY: 5 E 3--- - Q1 5 EE Q 11 -if i-- "1-' 'Zz Tiff- f' ' 2: 'Af si:-.iiiif ,giej-Q---':. '-4.5 E 1aL3 f fxcseffiz . Z ,- --4-Y - , -gf, J: 'ffl-vw,Q , Yi' Y 'fri' jg l::i -1+- i -1":"f' Tl-. . '44 ::':1:1iQ: L-Tir" 'E - ' r Y! ' Ef?f'l3TfiTf fi i TEXAS POWER as LIGHT. COMPANY 0 lax-paying 'nveslor-owned electric ulilify ffgfpga lhtowvini tllmiiies KQR ll f loii E F' ix N r . irst P. O. 3494 Tyler, Texas LLOYD JAMES A. C. SMART LEONARD ROZELL JOHNNIE STEWART L fi . fu ,x, '-fzzl X ', Q .K -.eff Compliments of JAMES S. HUDNALL and GEORGE W. PIRTLE fly iSiEii2? . . . Wlth .f f CQK9 i COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY TYLER " I ,L f V, 1, L, -- I A V: Motoring! X . JACK JOHNSTON'S HUMBLE STATION Loop 323-Broadway Tyler, Texas -lull I oven vznv svsmus TO 7 P M I:I E Q I-T Y iiiiiiiipiii Serving: Tyler M:-nopoliun Area and East Texas . so bvlyillgf 0r Selling? lrllst, 'l"' nr-I Erulu M IA ':-21'-I ll I--w il-T ' III' THESE CHECKED VALUES ARE YOURS 'I IFS IIIIIliI9ilI T .. ew MIKE Mxrlss REALTY TODAY! Leader I Lrnztf, ' , .::..::' H Q idxertl pn Property MANAGIZ 'I' - , on use el Service FI E wlndlx Mm Co:aI':u1lgiUlANCl Elf? Nest lzrsun sl. Li .C-.Wil uultinl unc Senna I-'ull-T 0 'nlnmn Avsilnh Hficleu odem luelllliu Day or Night PROVEN RESULTS FOR THREE DECADES igifiiimaliise EALTY L, 2122 wesr :aww STREET LY 3-1351 BRCQKSHIRE S QT Foon STORES "Theres A Friendly Brookshire! Near You." Green Acres Shopping Village 2 Bergfeld Shopping Cenfer II4 Easi' Bow S+ree+ 0 Hillside Shopping Cenier v Glenwood a+ Foresf IALSO ADDITIONAL LOCATION IN THE EAST TEXAS AREAI Q Paiferj-Chatham, inc. , 'Fummune DOWNTOWN College and Locusf-LY 4-5533 0 PLUMBING 0 HEATING v AIR CONDITIONING -k Wholesale f JIMMIE B. JONES - Tyler Office LY 3-849I Longview Office PL 3-86I3 Home LY 3-5322 Tyler, Texas BILL MONTGOMERY ENCO SERV. Loop 323 and Van Hwy. Phone LY 3-7474 Tyler, Texas 7570I FERGUSON AND SON Come Browse Around af 2I I5 Eas+ Froni EXUM'S Choice Meafs-Groceries-Produce Troup Highway NORTH DIXIE GULF Free Pickup and Delivery SERVICE l328 N. Dixie Tyler, Texas Phone LY 2-9344 AF TERIAS SERVING HOURS IIQOO-2:00 and 4:30g8:O0 Complimenfs of Confinuous Serving on Sunday "For a more delighlful DENSON CONSTRUCTION CO. meal visif Lqby's" S LESS, XNSUR4 Fug! 3 x' ' . In-,.-:lx " . .-. , V., -1.-...,,.,A,, ,mx ?ik1?i't'i4rzn3lax 1..j??I-if-I .gf ' ' Mww9ww,.,,,,.,,,.,,, SKQUIAL oflb x , T I D HX? Q , E Qi E 0 'v f 4 5 Ollia 03 OAK m 1 TF' . ii F1 0 F1 an Q O 0 - D m I 133: 5. -. .U 'U 'Tl :'A'.::3' O O I p i'-Q D U' m 12' ' -" - - n 7' ' O Z z an C no 2 1 n 459, "' -viii 1 5 ,1.:p'5:i11QT if'-rfffif it-1' 25.5252 .f ARP, Tr-:xAs T RP ST TE BANK A CABLE "HOOK UP" IS YOUR BEST BUY IN TELEVISION TELEVISION CABLE SERVICE CO JOHNNY MANKIN General Manager H P LOMAX ' MONROE N IION L DI ISION OF LITTON INDUSTRIES 7 W FRONT P0 BOX TYLE AS LY 2 Compliments of 100:45 FLEMING 5 IK BARBER SHOP Apache Shopping Center Bergfeld Cenfer-Downiown CONTINENTAL CAN' CO. CORRUGATED BOX DIVISION Owenlown TR 7-342 I RANDY ROGERS HUMBLE SERVICE I400 Soufh Beclrham Tyler, Texas 0 CHAS. McKAMY TEXACO SERVICE CENTER Uigvrhirv Ilnu Ulm Crust" Loop 323 ol Poluxy AREA CODE 214 Tyler, Texas 75701 LY 2-??4I T622 WEST FRONT STREET HORRIS BEALL JLLEO Safe: 5 fffziwzarzcs Sezuicz Phon LY 3 T326 HORRIS BEALL INSURANCE AGENCY R LY 3 9960 P O B 4T56 OPRIS BEALL MOTOR COMPANY Tyl T 75701 SAM R. HILL LUMBER CO. Building Malerial and Supplies Mill Work a Specially HOME LOANS- REMODELING LOANS Dial LY 3-8266 IIl2 E. Erwin SI'ree'I' Tyler, Texas Compliments of ofoffar 8' ol-'offar Conafrucfion Co. 201 Mike Ave. LYric 4-2535 TYL2R,o'1'EI3C1,S 9524701 GULF SERVICE 2616 W. Bow LY 2-6161 MORRIS A. RODIECK Welding 8: Radia+or Service A I 1 j ill' - LY 3-3II2 CT A R I CK 129 N.G1enwood Q I -'-- 3-BW P THE NATIQN-5 INNKEEPEQ WYBVCO B T WALTER WADEL - CONNALLY COMPANY WVHOLESALE HARDWARE AND AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY HOME OFFICE TYLER, TEXAS LONGVIEW TEXARKANA GREENVILLE PALESTINE CORSICANA SAN ANTONIO MT. PLEASANT HENDERSON KILGORE DENISON LUFKIN CARTHAGE ORANGE PARIS RUSK ATHENS FIRST NATIONAL BANK TROUP, TEXAS ' 515914, Since 1902 , 5595 . , ...o ffa f z ' ff 7 w ru s N vo u , If 'ie :RPR RELIABLE PRESCRIPTIONS DAVIS-GREEN Dia' LY N283 E lg , Paini' Ancl Body Shop FREE DELIVERY Y PHONE A F If Service Prescripfion Pharmacy Since l937P' LY 4,5222 GOOD'S PHARMACY F905 W- Elm 8I5 Sou+h Beckham Tyler' Texas IHOSPITAL AREAJ Compliments of RO0STH 81 GEN ECOV P. O. Box ZOI9 Phone LY 3-8333 Tyler, Texas SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS R ains or ver ur SUPER KEM-TONE Wall Pain? KEM-GLO Ename ' Q SWP OIL BASE House ain 'Y A-IOO LATEX House ai "WHERE TO BUY THEM" THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. S P I f E y P pose N, Including Famous: f X I f ' P I is 5.15. I' P nf A l :: A Complimenls of TILLER'S FINA SERVICE STATION I8I6 S. Broadway BRANCH LY 3-4881 I220 S. Beckham LY 2-b6II Branch No. 2 Complimenis of Rosmwooo BUILDING co. QQ famyafiaifg a M il, g T41 i Tl, g., , -xi' Al'T , 51 419 Troup Road f flilllll Il li a TIVIETII , lllilll lll lll. llmlg 'T Tyler, Texas I 'W I U' I' ' LY 2-65I8 The Red Barn Y' . , A - Q I x Compleie Selecfion of Records GuHars-Amplifiers-Accessories ME HQFTyIer 343 Sou'rI'1 Bonner IW. C. Squarel LYric 2-980I Every high school groduote should stort eorly by soving for the future. I For future investments, furthering educotion, ond sovings occounts, see ony member of the 'IYLIIII CLEARING IIIIIISE ASSUCIIITIIIII TYLER, TEXAS I Comprised of CITIZENS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TYLER THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF TYLER SOUTHSIDE STATE BANK TYLER BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ips I xg Klub? I - N :u?:o ' 0 ig ':a:'.i' g Ctsoomnnf f, fl, ' fir-stef' W Q SUPPLY COMPANY AUTO 0 TRUCK 0 INDUSTRIAL Aufomofive Paris Disfribufor-Specializing in Bralce and Chassis Paris W C Square Phone LY 4-457I Fronf ai Bonner Phone LY 4-5527 P. O. Box I357 Ask Your Mechanic for Our Maierials. TY'e'- Te'-TS ITIS THE 'BRAKES' IN LIFE THAT COUNT fr ' T- Cooper Cooper T I RES TIRE S MAC HARRISON 81 SONS TEXACO I70I Wes? Erwin Sireef Tyler, Texas 7570I Phone: LY 2-634I "CusI'om Made Ha+s" Hafs Cleaned and Blocked . Q Horse AwNlN'e- COMPANY OF TYLER. TEXAS Traggers PETERS HAT COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF Aluminum and Canvas Awnings, Tarpaulins, SI'0Ck TrucIr Cushions, Boaf Covers, Tenfs, Painfers Trailers Drop CIo+I1s and Cable Canopies 'lArTyIl'Tirq In Canvasil MARY E. WILLIAMS Owner Phone LY 2-27l2 III SouI'h Glenwood CIRCLE IMRI CORRAL Complele "Wes+ern Wear" Compleie Riding Taclr Owned and Operafed by MITCH and ROCHELL PETERS I70I W. Fronf SI. LY 2-422I Tyler, Texas AUTO SUPPLY CQ. Phone LY 2-3OI2 III5 Wes? Bow I T THE OPTIMISTIC SELLING sALEsMAH BEN FITZGERALD Realfy Co. TOMMY'S PHILLIPS 66 I205 E. Fifth SMITH-CORONA VICTOR LATHEM TYPEWIRITERS CALCULATORS TIME CLOCKS -NEW AND USED- ARNOLD TYPEWRITER 81 SUPPLY CO. .VICTOR CASH REGISTERS SALES-SERVICE-SUPPLIES-RENTALS FILING CABINETS-CHECKWRITERS ERNEST B. ARNOLD, Owner Telephone LYric 4-675I 207 E. Ferguson S+. Tyler, Texas. 7570I J. A. GLASPIE 81 SON New and Used Cars I4I2 W. Erwin LY 4-4582 Builder G.b.e.LLS X I 5 ' gy 'Qllmf MEMBER: Home Builders Associafion of Tyler Texas Associaiion of Home Builders Nalional Associalion of Home Builders Ja: Z' HUMAN fedex! 775111. TY LY 4-4240 MEMBER: for Q Tyler Board of Reallors 72 Texas Real Esfale Associalion Mulliple Lisling Service v'fTQfIJ"o E Co-Developer-Herilage Soullw-Sub-Division 522I S. Broadway Tyler, Texas Reallor Q V. , g-g.,.u--..e-gl--1-' C' . I ,I 7 E E J, M- PM A-A -PM -H 'E' W .7 , I 1' . . A J TTI -Q Q A .vgiI...,, , My A-- . .TNT If ' '- A W-.g,..... A,5,Lq,,"s.,1m argl L MAY , A x,1:,SQ!'LtvR '1f44?-!.'f.I'Q3,- . , 3 '4f'fw,'g5"'f"-'fff::.: 4- - A -. ' ":ff9"i..:. if 344, Ax y ty ,X - 3 J pr vmlvr .,A:. hssgmailqy-, L, ...idea a aw'-1' f-ni-law -I, ..,f.L,'.'fP..-1-1 HENDERSON GLASS COMPANY P. O. Box 3087 Tyler, Texas 757OI don hill CONSTRUCTIDN CO. soo :Ast Enwm sr. TYLER, TEXAS COMMERCIAL - - INDUSTRIAL "Say il wlllw Flowers" TYLER ALLIED FLORISTS ' Flowers by Ela Judge' me plc-,,iS+ MASSEY ENCO SERVICE Bow S+ree+ Flower Shop Broadway and Fif+h Tyler Nursery and Tyler' Texas Floral Company Flower Box LY 23962 Jerry's Flowers Complimenfs of Y F' TIDMORE AUTO PARTS X nu 2800 Wesl Erwin LY 2,0992 WEST ERWIN CENTER PI1.2404I msn, rms 75701 WILL TIDMORE Bes+ Wishes U0 51 .15 To gef The besJr haircuI or' learn Io give The Ioesr heircuf Try HUNTER'S BARBER SHOP I727 Soufh Beckham or EAST TEXAS BARBER COLLEGE IO9 Easf Erwin GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE DIVISION OAF GOODYEAR TIRE 81 RUBBER CO. 824 W. Erwin LY 2-0828 Tyler, Texas AL PHILLIPS. Mgr. MORRIS BIRDSONG HUMBLE SERVICE STATION 322 W. Fronf LV 3-I472 Tyler, Texas BUILDING MATERIALS 238 South Glenwood Blvd. TYLER, TEXAS-75701 MALCOLM A. YOUNG TIRE CO. Dunlop Tires 42I W. Erwin Tyler MAC'S GUN 'SHOP RICHARD McBRIDE, Owner IO5 S. Spring, Tyler Phone LY 3-403I 25 years experience NEW AND USED GUNS Browning, Colf, Ruger Remingfon, Winchesier Savage, Weaiherby, S8rW-Ifhach-H 81 R Guns LOANS, SALES, AND REPAIRS DAL LY 2-OIG' HARDWARISPOWER SPRAYERS-WELL PUMPS-SPRINKLER IRRIGA- TION SYSTEMS-PUMPS AND MOTORS-SEEDS-FERTILIZERS-VIGORO -SHORTHORN CATTLE-NURSERY SUPPLIES B. FRIEDLANDER engineering ee"nPenY HARDWARE 81 SEEDS 2625 Spur 248 Tyler, Texas OLIVER E. MARTIN GRADUATE ENGINEER AND OWNER CARRIER AIR CONDITIONINGEECOMMEPCIAL 'NDUSTRIA 223 Easf Elm Sfreei'-Dial LY 4-78ll Tyler, Texas 'QQ BEAUTIRAMA HAIR FASHIONS lI2 Troup Road a+ Broadway-Tyler, Texas Phone: LY 3-7973 5 fscffzonic EMVSI B I N ' 524212411KYLTIIJXJLLIZLII U 0+ Expensive 335 S B C 21 T T 75701 LY 4 3545 STATE FARM INSURANCE CLEO E. DAVIS, Agent STATE 'AIM 205 W. Erwin 'NSUMNH LYric 3-2503 I80I Soufh Beckham Telephone L'fric 3-2455 22 YEARS--SAME LOCATION Tyler, Texas 7570 I JACKSON TRAVEL AGENCY, INC. l8I7 So. Broadway Tyler, Texas Phone LY 2-086l AIR CONDITIONING m REFRIGERATION YAY TYLER WEATHERMAKERS NEW SALES I EXPERT SERVICE TELEPHONE LV2-8141 2204 WEST ERWIN TYLER, TEXAS 75701 R-M-AUTOMOTIVE PAINTS 3M-ABRASIVES GATES RUBBER PRODUCTS WAGNER BRAKE PARTS Complimenfs of ESPENSEN AUCTION AUTOMOTIVE PAINT 8: SUPPLY 81 REALTY CO. I26 SouI'I1 Bonner Tyler, Texas 7570I HERMAN JOHNSTON, Owner Phone LYric 4-728I I636 W. Fronf LY 3-I63b figillage Eakzrg HOME-LIKE BAKING SERVICE BERGFELD SHOPPING CENTER - TYLER, TEXAS - Phone LY 2-IOII 2I23 S. Broadway, Tyler, Texas 5 5 X- N Compliments ot ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY I 200 E. Ferguson Tyler Leorzlef Largest Selection Borg-Warner OI TUPGS in Craig 8. Muntz EGST Texas Units Stereo Cartridge Center SALES, SERVICE, INSTALLATIONS Where Tgpeg Are Our Tyler, Texas Only LY 2-353i Business U.S.l. FILM PRODUCTS U.S. lndustria. Chemicals Company Division ot National Distillers and Chemical Corporation I E-f5 ,'4'w -I A I ,. gonuo STORESE HARDWARE Hardware Sporfing Goods I 235 S' B"oadwaY "Seven Convenienl Localionsll Phone: LY 4-7I6I 'J 'QC ,.' I I Z , 1 . ' -1 ' 2 " , uh , 94. ua v D- ' ' K ' x THE SILVER MANOR We Spegialize in Silver, Jeyvelry and Gills KXXUIIQ 7' ow 2l I2 S. Broadway Tyler, Texas 7570I LY 2-2322 'iw Q OV QW XXY 15- -1 TYLER X GJD QNX 0590 QP I . O N091 l 67' YES! REGANS BREATH-TAKINGLY BEAUTIFUL STORES . . . OFFERING A DAZZLING XVORLD OF FASHION FOR WOMEN ......... GOOD LUCK, APACHES! HEAR APACHE SPORTS BROADCAST ON 1490 l FlUllLLTF'lIlME MIMO Complimenfs of GULF STATE LUMBER CO. 302 E. Line Tyler, Texas WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCTS PLEDGER MAYTAG Washers and Dryers Qgsguksfcowop QS l868fl968 'tb E Watkjljg 2 l83I W. Bow O 5, 592-1659 A .XP GPSONAL 56. mol E. Fif+hfPhone LY 3-6683 '1 e To HAVE A lT'S 6000 FRVMJD 4 . 1 D 1 ,, fre- .1-,aw-M' -avi' 1, H V K 9+ ' 5 LUAU I"'b"fPuIlr.s, m,,,,,V I 4vou:mo fiZ5"1""""""Nf- A 4 , M mm O 5 .nu 0111 lrdlurf - Jfvtfdfy flwgred ' . fllclory smoke uma . omzu?5 e- i is ' t . I' . ' ,gf ww 'irS1:5iQ1W'7 f:"f'f'zx 'H ' - J pffffypwsa, ' V . q P Fm Me mmf mrnfe QV- ' I ' - 5 I 7 MY ffil ,talfy .yJ,w.'If,vau15 . . - 1 'I Q -?-M., t 1 l'41v'w 'f-5 1 ual frJ-"K . Bunn DOG mln ufmam ,'nwf.f wmv- . f l I-mia! :QM firm iwmd f 5 7 T 5' 9 MUUMUU 1'u:.s1..v'r A vcrwrs f 1.4. 6 R I Y UKDMUQWUMIJNUKUNUKIIAPUAA , I0 r Y 1- V' pl- , . f 1 1 r"""' N-,,, A ,-, U1 fm- uf ' nd' ffl 'ff '1'f1'f"- m.. - nf QU' l U, N N. Q-,-,,,,.,J Y P ' s I , 2 . , --- L 2 K Q i The sorority d b th t t Zeta Phi Omega Sorority Sigma Delta Nu Fraternity ty th t ic together dq yeg Av Q , 1 3 ' x i Iasnw fm' fi' can 5 115' : Q e 3 in Q U' 4-.-I l V, Wi in 4m sqft On to Honor! On to Glory! On to Victory!" As the year 1968-'69 draws swiftly to a close, these few words from the Alma Mater seein to express the desires and goals of each Tyler Junior College student. A review of the year is especially helpful, not only in recalling pleasant memories, but also in tracing one's path to the formulation of ideals, such as .. On to victory." We the Co-Editors and Staff sincerely hope that the preceding pages will aid both in recol- lection of memories and of the high ideals known as Tyler Junior College. C W - g -4,- . 'FGRZRRNACY TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY I "The World's Besx Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" , 6 4-, C Q 1 0' ' N fr, L c'-is 'N . O D 0 Q v .1 . 1. ,I 9 O g ' Hn N O I S Wu., J ti t. 4 It 4' 6 U I I . J o Q C , I 1'-" "ww- If HQ. - f gn, .A .r , r- fu -... J , ,jx , J K r , Q , ' 1 I 4-3 I K K-I , r,' y , f v-' ' 5 . .f x V . ' 19121, " ,. ,, '. - 1' 1 1' ,. ' T '?'.4,,-1 -,J I , . 'Hy 1 . A., ., 7 gf ' ' . . .' Q H 'QM' , I ,J - 1 .Q Aiffty 5 , N Na+., HJ A 'yflf -'-1 ' 2'-,f.,f -'-1. . ,, 4 L J Alf Z fig ik nf" SH . Y, ,gl .fn f X "Pr :.+ fa? ' , .- 5 . ,L in V M4 1..N V. .1. :Ea 4,1 Ice. J' . .. ' ' ' ' W' ' 7":""1:., , 1 4 - -"1 3 u D . -'.: I I -v, . 5 mfg .5 ' V 1 ' " . - 1. .. . , . . .,-4, 1 1 v' , A , "ff jx A: .au-. .Q--4.-, A . 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