University of Mary Hardin Baylor - Bluebonnet Yearbook (Belton, TX)

 - Class of 1939

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' ' 0 ..Q,,qf.p..-A -.q.f5,. yum ,.q1..f.,.,7 .M f 9, f lr 9 :Il L F .Q W 3 x ' X x . X. 3 V13 ,I f f' f D .1 'fffbf nf " f f, I X ,fQyy,gmZy2ZQ f ,"' yawwfwzwifffzw figizfffffff S . ALMA REEVES CHAPEL ff!! BURT I-IALL , WWA rs, 3'-K. 1 f ' P li -. ,Sikh hx' Q. X X 2' 71 -Q , 23 f Q.,., :.v5 x T25 Z I In ,f Q A L. I f x V . X f 'f X f X ' . 23 'av 'Q J"4' "' If " A ' y . W,-A .4 . 9 ' - a ,Z , ,Q 4 M . gt Q ' , . H' U X 4 ,, 1. K A ' fx . s I . 4' .4 v ' I I ' I ' -N., , W 4 , ,IH 'ln f'faw W X 1 2 3, , ,X '41 -1 - -. '.. '-.'.-..------ ..-Lf 7 fx" A-1' WELLS SCIENCE HALL 4 3111 :mvmnrg nf linhn Qlrumptnn iharhg "En knnm him in in Inns him amh In lnur him in in hnnnr him." fX FAIIULTY li.. " -'IVF-' 1-3' I -ZGTCIIKBAU 'VL' 1141- '-A." "- "' "" "W-" -if OFF UCIALP DUTY Perhaps you think it's not hard to get a snap shot of Dr. Singleton! I I We finally had to ask him to pose for us and we think he picked a mighty appropriate spot. Doesn't he look proud of Luther ruins? Mrs. Singleton shares the honors with Dr. Singleton here. This is the one time We caught Dr. Singleton off guard. He's leaving the chapel with Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Davis and Dr. A. R. Mann Who Were our guests that day. While Mr. Davis was taking pictures of the Whole group our staff camera man caught Dr. Singleton with Mrs. Davis. 5 3 if rx ff X WW f ff RESjIDENT !flX45fry Another hnk between the past and the present has been forged by the class of l939 at Mary Hardln Baylor College Nlnety four years ago whrle Texas was st1ll a Repubhc the founders put mto actron the forces Whlch formed the flrst lrnk of the cha1n of educatlon for women 1n the West lntang1ble rmmeasurable 1n many mstances are the elements Whrch have gone rnto the makmg of thrs cha1n We are proud to offer as a lmk 1n th1s cha1n the graduates of 1939 To those of you 1n th1s class permrt me to wrsh for you the f1nest and best that If IS poss1ble for you to achleve as you go 1nto your lrfe Work We are lookmg to you for the hrghest type of leadershrp 1n the future To those of you who return to the college to contmue your studres perm1t me to urge you to accept the challenge that the glorrous hrstory and contrnumg servlce of your alma mater offers As t1me passes, may you, too, become a strong and mvaluable llnk 1n the cha1n We at Mary Hardln Baylor College are here to a1d you to the fullest 1n the real1zat1on of th1s noble rdeal and We are lookmg forward Wrth genume pleasure to our assocratrons Wrth you dur1ng the remamder of your student days here Your frrend, GORDON G SINGLETCN W ,M , , ,. , gif 5, 4 f ,f I V3 W I . I If Q fy J 'V MH. W 9 4 9 f, . H' Wljffigff gm f ' Q '2 f' ' Q1 C G I ' wk hx , may I ,3 y fy! wi ",,ff,Wfg 1 4' Vg , L at ,f I I f Z' hx ,.,,,,,W,,,7,y fy-XM-1 nw ,ww fe fe L , ,, , ,, , I :Awww WWW. ,, , ,r A ,V W , ,V ,M 1- 9 -M,-if Q I W VWMWM V, Wy, I, ,, , ,, , , , K ,f ,4 .Z awe ' ' I ,, ,, 0 af ff 'ff' Y' .M ,, ' I , A ,lf ' f ' f I ,' ' - I FI. 1 - C - V Y . . . Y . Y I 1 ' Y Am- . . . I . . l , , , . 1 xx K xx X . '4'fK5f?K'x'i. . Q 2 - s i , A DEAN OE THE COLLEGE This privilege of writing for The Bluebonnet inspires me with a sense of obligation. It is something to be taken seriously. There is something about this Bluehormet project that goes down pretty deep into our hearts and sets into vibration the finer chords of our nature. Concepts ordinarily more or less marginal in consciousness now swing into focal position. Concepts of graduations, educations. commencements, senior classes, parents, families, homes, vocations, uncertainties, insecurities, ambitions, successes, disappointments, the good life, democracy, the present social scene, the challenges of the hour! The significant connectedness of The Bluehonnet with all these! l do not know of any better wish for this Yearbook of the Class of '39 than that it may accomplish the almost impossible feat of really catching and reflecting the actual spirit of the life of the college as it moves forward on our campus. Teachers and students living memorable lives of good cheer and high spirits, lives that reveal evidential tokens of the joy that youthfulness can feel at merely being alive! The mutual uplift that comes from their striving and aspiring to become better! This is the atmosphere into which the Freshman comes. This is the daily air she breathes. The members of the Class of '39 have had an important role in the making of our campus what it is. All honor to them! The more nearly The Bluehonnet can reveal to the outside world Mary Hardin-Baylor College as she is, the more nearly the perfect Annual it will be. Sincerely, VERNON L. MANGUN Acting Dean H i s 2 I E ! 9 ! lf M of YO! your l year f to do in wl of the astenc their again I senioi we n year you , ness advic static exalt KGE SINE S MANACJ rr s me ruth outlx here dorm pretty nerds of our torrstrousness Q tducatrons Q xotatrons rtments the go 5 O 9 ff mth all t the Class tbl rat Of r the colltgf rdcI'lISl1l g I ra I at H1 ell tnxmg and I l'l1Cl1 llle l lr members rnaklflg ld rcle ll er WL May I take thrs opportunrty of expressrng my apprecratron to each of you for the prrvrlege I have had 1n sharrng to a small degree rn your Joys and rn your sorrows I trust that the passmg of another year frnds each of us Wrth greater abrlrty and stronger determrnatron to do those thrngs whrch We feel are for the betterment of the group rn whrch We f1nd ourselves I antrcrpate vvrth pleasure the comrng of the new year when the Junrors sophomores and the freshmen Wrll ascend one rung hrgher and Wrll conduct themselves as becometh therr respectrve statrons We vvrll be happy to see every one of you agarn rn September I am sure you Wrll pardon me rf I say a specral Word to the senrors It rs Wrth a feelrng of sadness We approach the trme when we must say goodbye We almost vvrsh you would stay another year but We know you must be about other affarrs and we hope for you a full measure of success May you have all the Joy and happr ness your soul can contarn I would Warn you agarnst takrng the advrce of a recent spearcer about marryrng before vou attarn a certarn statron rn lrfe but I feel thrs Wholly unnecessary vvrth so many lrvmg examples all about you no personal reference Your frrend I-I E D WALKER n gg-. i 1 B U S ' E R Dye Y' . . . . . V V . . , ,l 1 . . . . . fl: oe fill fn' 'I ' r. O, ss' BI , A 'rin - 5 that elel ' er ' , . , ' . 1 . . . V I f 1 4 ' . . ' 'Of gn ect ' , tht? I 1 , 1 'N ACTING DEAN OE WOMEN This year is over with its thrills, experiences, and adjustments, its failures and successes. Memory locks it fast away, but the fra- grance of a flower, the color of the sunsets, a word, a name will unlock that door and bring back this year to you. If you have been wise in taking the beautiful and difficult together in your stride as experiences to enrich your life, these memories will be precious. For me this office has been a promotion bureau for all student activities. The effort has been to maintain a policy of watchful, patient, understandingqguidanceg to create an atmosphere of good breeding, good humor, good-will, and a spirit of appreciationof education and your advantages in Mary I-Iardin-Baylor College: to develop principles of honor, self control, good citizenship, and integrity: to offer the best in ideals and standards, It is the purpose of this college to prepare you as a young woman of this generation for more than making a living or the taking of a married name, but to lay upon you as young college women the responsibility of using your training in your own community, to lift the social, civic, moral, and spiritual tone by the part you play in each of these organizations. To our Seniors, I would say, go-and live beautifully all your days, strengthened by the training and memories of these college years! I call you other classmen back-to grow here a while longer until you are ready to face the world with the same spirit of those great men and women who have made Mary I-Iardin-Baylor College. Always your friend, MRS. JAMES B. LEAVELL r X tdiustments out the fra mme will I xou se 'l'u0l.1l'Sllldf .iou iatchlu gf gO0 9 rtvu Collgoe I0 VISDIP and , Uv plllpose ,U gtner d 1mebUl ll 0 ng in 0 I 1lllZ8l our of ost I 0223 will DEAN OF WOMENS COUNCIL To guide the individual and to counsel the group that the Welfare of all be strengthened, in order that all may have the opportunity of developing into Wholesome, well-rounded personalities. Mrs James B Leavell Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Aileene Lockhart Lucille Capt Margaret Rouse Ernestine Morgan Eloise Moss Acting Dean of Women Faculty Representatzue Faculty Representatzue Faculty Representatzue Student Representatzue Student Representatzue First Row Mrs James B Leavell Miss Aileene Lockhart Miss Lucille Capt Miss Margaret Rouse Second Row Miss Ernestine Morgan Miss Eloise Moss 7 W 5 .,f,K..v Q1 ! STUDENT GOVERNMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Ernestine Morgan . Eloise Moss . . Ruth Taylor Moore Clara Bowman . . Mary Lee Koniakowsky Lucille Dyer Billie Huffaker Mary Frances Clark Dorothy Nelle Pool . Vera Belle Nichols Ciwynne Finley Jane McCrary Jane McQuade Cile James . Madge Crow . . President Vice- President Secretary . Treasurer Representative Representative Representative Representative First Row: Eloise Moss, Ruth Moore, Clara Bowman, Mary Lee Koniakowsky Lucille Dyer. Second Row: Billie Huffaker, Mary Frances Clark, Dorothy Nelle Pool, Vera Belle Nichols, Gwynne Finley. Third Row: Jane McCrary, Jane McQuade, Madge Crow, Cile James. fa 'Ae f uf 7 fpfl 'xx ,gf I 5 ew f X , if , ff ff 7 ,fi ., , l STUDENT GOVERNMENT JUDICIAL COUNCIL MEMBERS Ernestine Morgan ........... President Eloise Moss ............. Chairman Ruth Taylor Moore ....,...... Secretary Mary Lee Koniakowsky ...... Senior Class President Clara Bowman Treasurer Sadxe Beth Humphreys House Chazrman of Ruth Strzblmq Wxllme Merle O Nelll House Chazrman of Ely Pepper Ehzabeth Sonberg House Chazrman of Burl Eloise Moss I' st Row Ernest nc Mog Ruth Moo M1 y I. Konnkowsky CI1r1 Bowman Second Row S d Be h ph eys Wll Mcl 1 E I1 I Sinn I .4...,..--.1---kr U- ,I--- -5-1--ee ...w. .. V.-. .I -I ..4......fm -v-. ,.v-- . .. . .. . 1 ff 1 I ZWIJ il IVY I ffw .5,aJJ" im.9'ff .glfll I , ll , , I gf-.-Z. . gf ay ,, ',f.g,.:. - yfpurf if1C.2,fw, 74497 -E . ,' , ff - 1 ,. QLQ4 62-.Pali QLAQ-1 :Vff'f'f""'4 Qpgvglfl 49:4 ,5,:,f7y2,,,,ug.f'..ft, .f pfllwg Lf.-1 'lr-fQQ,, 7 LII, QL ir, k Y V JQA14-,.vA U I A '47 7, .1 ffl 34. 44 c..1 ZFQ A K X 1, K Jifca f. M I 'xl I 1 fiyzi f 5? '-ffbf' I I " T f" fff "', X WILLIAM H. VANN "'f"f' +A' C. 4' f-' M. A. English BIRDIE IVICCRARY M. A. English EMMA C. KING M. A. English MRS. WALTER GORDY B. A., M. A. Latin MARGARET KIDDER B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Romance Languages ELIZABETH ALEXANDER M. A. Spanish . MRS. WILLIAM H. VANN M. A. English WILLIAM T. STANTON M. A. Social and Political Science 'pw 424.1 , 1 BERTHA ANN REUTER PH D Hzstory WALTER GORDY PHD Mathematics and Ph yszcs JWJQW MII DRED HOSKINS M A History HJ MABPL REAVIS PH D 6 WZ 69740, Mathematics M,.,.1 gywfiwf VN oR,b HEAL SC EGE1. J-ya Jour a :sm f LJ A GENEVIEVE LOWRY JR Journalrsm k AMY M LE VESCONTE PH D Chemzstry JOHN OLIVER MOORE Asszstant zn Chemzstry fy WSW ' D ffff' J M - M Q. M1 4 " bc . ri 1.. ,, , . .1 x . 4 . If J BEL. M 1' N ' 'L .H KV fx B.A. XP Alix .lfwf v M A .0 Ca W 'XA - ' -5 -A-5 V if , LUCILLE CAPT .Vx,X'1',' . .P .af x B io lo , ' Hia v ff A ' x fe if f' K W' X A W: 4 X My M is ' X W ' f v X vX 0 A Xff, Qc 'A N WC B4 is 5 xsfv 1 , 3 if S Q X539 iw W W C5 f f X X x 7 if f , XBY ,i X 5 1 X5 XX! X f ,X XX X 5 Q 2 fx 5 ' ' A ' X K X 5 X X fsf' f., if sf! X 'M " ' we f' Q 45' rl 'Q 9 'Wk Q x ,x jf M Xi 1 W, 'X y N i , '31 i sl 52 A 'A in - K .5 431 x XV 2 AMG, . X PH. D. Acting Dean Education A D. D. Religious Education , ii .X ANNIE MAE MELTON M. S. gBiology VERNON LAMAR MANGUN MARGARET ROUSE NI. A. Education ERNEST G. TOWNSEND ALBERT C. GETTYS Th. D. Religious Education MARY HARRISON CLAY I q T. X MRS. MINNIE CADDELL ' My e, if MILES ' ""' 1. B. S. ,X ' Business Education K-7114 ,, fyjv, ,J 0 x . , ' 6,-X. ., - W .1 .,.. f Librarian l LEE HAMILTON M A Home Economrcs AINSLIE HARRIS M A Speech RUBY LEE SEAL S M Home Economzcs Tl-IELMA ROBUCK A Speech WX Queue Jw W CYNTHIA Y Ay O 'ABA UJJ 'xw N-DX Speech Ar! ,M , MARYK WALKER I fD V7 W Art MARY LOUISE DOGGETT Art xml , B. ., .A , B. . BF R - -A Y ,o 6 f T' 0 ' A f N 'Sx, I V2 fa , N5 A - AU A LUCILE LAND LACY 41 AA. . 5 j W ' A ,jj , ,Af A . ,f E X' ' . ff, f. V' B,'o csngn K ! 1 B.A, Q i AI E E LOCKHART M. S. M hysical Education i 0' 4 V BETTY OSTLUND B. S. Physical Education K - 1 r HARRIET WATTS Physical Education WALTER GILEWICZ Piano P t. JULIA BELLE JAMES Piano Y HATTIE WOODRUFF I HENRY W. WENZEL B. M. Violin, Orchestra HILLYER l ' Voice 5 1 f I 1 Vvyl LLA MAE KELLY Piano r 3 HELEN B. SNELLING M. A., M. M. Musz'c Education ERMA ROSE WILSON Voice rmx QL' FRANCES TOWNSEND Vozce BONITA WELLS Theory of AILESE PARTEN Rezgstrar MRS GLOVER HARRELL Secretary to President ROWENA ANDERSON M A Home Economics Superuzsor of Hardy Dznmq Hall MRS. MILA BARNETT Ee, 1' MILDRED COOKE M. D. College Physician MARY STEVENS Registered Nurse ELLI M. TOWNSEND Manager of Cottage Home System PAULINE METZGER Registered Nurse EMILY Jo GHOLSTON Registered Nurse CORINNE BROWN B. A. Student Secretary for Baptist Student Union MRS. VERNON MANGUN Hostess of Ruth Stribling Residence Hall MRS. JAMES B. LEAVELL Acting Dean of Women Hostess of Burt MRS. MARY T. WEBSTER Hostess of Ely Pepper MRS. MANNIE D. MULLINS Hostess of Heard MRS J FLOYD SMITH Asszstant Hostess of Ruth Strzblzng MRS ROBERT PRYOR Asszstant Hostess of Burt Residence Hall FACULTY GFP-GUARD Wliat's this we have? Dr. Gordy seems a bit dog shy, doesn't he? And Mrs. Praneuf-no matter where she is she has to read the morning paper. Miss Watts goes to golf, while Gen Lowry goes "Hawaiian" with her "used tO be" long hair. The faculty members, too, must have their annual exercise, as they play in the volley ball tournaments. They liked it so well they went back for more. Imagine Mr. Walker showing Miss Ostlund how to play volley ball! Mrs. Pryor, of the Blue Grass State, seems pleased at having her picture taken. and Professor Vann doesn't seem to be so displeased either. Miss Lockhart looks as happy and energetic as usual. Believe it or not, the Art Department is well represented, too.-Why, Miss Robuckf I ' ., 5 N , 4 QM 02455 X X X 4 R-vm wk g2S,sQs3,s5,: X5 sf in, 4,5 .Ms Q o r ig vs ,sa .s pw w as '1 'Z Q ' - if 5 WV ' X - i ts is 4 , s-we Q. 'ksfzso fffy xy Y ,xv lv . M V, ,, ,M ,ywwfyasff X V M 5, 2 55 , If F Y , y-I .' I , I ' f 424 lt " , . If- f 00w.f,'va-2f,sfy" 'au , , 4 : in an J'22V1" " 'W M ' Lg, f V -."" f ig if ,ga g, W., .f . 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Pz'anz'sr MARY LEE KONIAKOWSKY Harlmgen Texas Bzology Pres1dent Sen1or Class B ta I Royal Aca demxa II III IV Leg1slat1ve Assemblyl II II IV P1 Gamma Mu III IV Alpha h1 III IV V1cePres1dent IV .Iun1or Scholarshap I II Internauonal Relat1ons III IV Sc1ence Club III IV Jud1c1al Counc1l IV Pres1dent Valley Club II Student Counselor II III IV A JAMIE LEE GREEN A Harlmgen Texas Soczology and Hzstory Ed1tor of Bluebonnet IV Bluebonnet Staff V Ro al cadem1a II II Pres1 dent Internanonal Relat1ons III IV B a I P1 Gamma Mu III IV 'Ireasurer .IUDIOI Class W S A III Player s Gu1ld III ELIZABETH LOUISE MOORE Waco Texas Speech and Soczology Presxdent Freshman Class Leg1slat1ve A sembly II III Student Forum Cha1rman III Pres1dent Royal Academaa IV Pres1dent P1 a pa Delta IV Players Gu1ld I IV P1 Gamma Mu III IV Gamma I.1tera1'y SOCIQIY I Bluebonnet IV Chapel Cho1r IV 3rd place Nat1onal P1 Kappa Delta Extempore Speakmg Kale Pa Ta Kala PEARL ANDERSON CLASS OF THIRTY NINE A Taylor Texas Elementary Educatzon VICC Presadtnt Sen1or Class Royal Aca demla III IV .Iun1or Class Secretary Plav s G 1ld I e a ACE Zeta Phr Kappa IV Internat1onal Relauons I V GHRISTENE LINDSEY A Ingles1de Texas Journalzsm and Englzsh I-l1stor1cal Phlla II III IV Pres1dent IV Theta S1gma Play III IV Edator of Bells IV Assocnte Ed1to1' Blls III Pre-s1dent .IUHIOF Class BSU Counc1lII III IV Internat1onal Relauons III IV B ta I .Iumor Scholarshm I II Student Counstlor III V ERNESTINE MORGAN Lufkm Texas Speech and Englzsh Presldcnt Student Goxcrnment IV Pres1dent Gamma I Pres1dent Sophomore Class 15 toracal Ph1la III IV Alpha PS1 Omega S1gma au Delta a ers UI Dean of XVomens Councll IV KATHLEEN COOPER A Hope Arkansas Art Art Ed1tor of Bluebonnet IV Royal Aca d m1a III IV Transfer from Texarkana Col e c XX S A III IV Tumbhnb Team Student Counselor IV MARTHA JAMES A Belton Texas Englzsh and Hzstorg Alpha Ch1 III IV Pres1dent IV P1 Gamma 1 III 1 ma All e ta I Internat1onal Re at1ons III IV Royal Aca m1a II III IV Jun1or Scho a1'sh1p I BA. ' ' D: Ae 1 - 1, Q' " 'r , V2 'cf B. . 111,11 y.A. ' ',I,IVg '- ' 'Q , 1. cr : ' 1 : ' ' s- Kp 1 ' " ,IIA, III, B.S, er' 11' ' , 11, III, IV: is t,'I: . .'.111f 5 II, 1. ' ' I B. . 'V 1 rr.. :V I . I , J 1 ,I . B. . I . I I 'HI- T T A .f Pl.y " C1'ld 1, II, 111, IV: B. . ell . : . V' I L- lg: ff.. , : '1 . III: B. . M1 , IV: slg .'T Dl. 11. 11, IV: ' . 1 ' . 1 - 1 ac' , , 2 ' 1 ' ,II1 K f as ETHELYN HALLING B. M. El Campo, Texas Voice Bela I: Junior Scholarship: Alpha Chi III, IV: Class Chorisler II. III. IV: Student Coun- selor III, IV: Chapel Choir III. IV: Trio Il. III, IV: Royal Academia II, III, IV, Choris- ter III, IV: Beta Pi Theta II, III: Blue- bonnet III, IV, Business Manager IV. EDITH SANDLIN B. A, Glen Rose. Texas Spanish Latin Club III: Spanish Club III. IV: Si ma Della Pi IV: Y.XV.A. IV: Player's Gui IV. ANNA MAE RIGGAN B. A. McAllen. Texas Commercial Art Transfer from Edinburu Junior College: Y.XV.A. II, III, IV: Players Guild IV: Royal Academia IV: Valley Club II, III. HELEN I'IUTCHENS B. NI, Salado, Texas Piano CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE VIRGINIA IZARD B, S. Forest City. Arkansas Elementary Education Hospital Assistant: Bells staff I. BILLIE HUFFAKER B. S. Ft. Worth, Texas Business Administration Historical Phila II, III, IV: Business Club II. III, IV: House Chairman Ely Pepper III: Legislative Assembly IV: Alpha I. IVIRS. GENEVIEVE ATCHISON B. S. Belton, Texas Elementary Education Transfer North Texas State Teacher's Col- cge: A. C. E. IV. IVIINERVA MARIE CRON B. A. Alamo. Texas Chemistry and General Science Transfer from Edinburg Junior College: Science Club III, IV, President IV: Pi Gamma Mu IV: Chorus III: XV.S.A. IV. bl! Nlyw f e M15 am, ul ANNA LUCILE DURHAM Belton Texas Buszness Admznzstratzon Royal Academla II III IV Pl Gamma Mu Busr ess ub I IV Zeta 1 Kappa MRS ,I FLOYD SMITH Wlnters Texas Elementary Educatzon Assxstant Hostess of Ruth Strrblxng ACE I II Ill IV Sponsor of Gamma III Huston Choir IV .IOHNNIE WILLIAMS Buckholts Texas Elementary Educatzon A C E IV 4 EVELYN BUCHANAN Belton Texas Home Economzcs Choral Club IV Home Economxcs Club IV YXVA IV Daughters Club I Phlla III IV Treasurer Zeta Phi Kappa IV P1 Gamma Mu IV Choral Club IV Chapel CLASS OF THIRTY NINE VELMA LEE SANDERS Port Arthur Texas Home Economics Chapel Choxr IV Home Economrcs Club I II III IV Presrdent IV .Iumor Scholarshtp II Internatronal Relatxons IV Classrca Club I V1ce Presxdent Gamma I Student Coun se or III lstorxca 1 a Vtce President IV ALLENA WILBANKS KINNEY I! ,- Doole Texas ff! Home Economlcs I ,Ja Gamma lstorlcal Phlla B S U V Y XV A III IV Home Economxcs ub I III IV Vlce Presxdent IV ERMA I-IARDEN A Baytown Texas Elementary Education Presxdent A C E IV B S U IV Transfer from Lee .Iumor College Goose Creek Texas Zeta Phu Kappa IV EDITH WELCH A Longvxew Texas Englzsh and Educatzon P1 Gamma Mu IV Zeta Phi Kappa IV International Rtlatxons IV Treasurer Senior Class ACE IV Head Chapel Proctor III IV Gamma I XVSA III IV Classical Cl b 1 X B. S. I, II, III, IV: Special XVorlxers. f, f , -2 EVELYN CLAYBROOK Inez, Texas Elementary Education A.C.E. III, IV: XV.S.A. III, IV: Y.XV.A. IVIAXENA GANDY B. S. College Station, Texas Elementary Education Y.XV.A, I, II, III, IV, President IV: A,C.E. II. III, IV: Special l.Vorkcrs' III, IV: His- torical Phila IV: B.S.U. Council IV. BERNICE BARNETT B. A. Rosebud, Texas ,N V, I ' Journalism .. I , Business Manager the Bells III, IV: Busi- ness Manager the Baylorian III. IV: Theta I Sigma Phi III, IV, President IV: Royal Aca- demia III, IV: French Club III, IV: Inter- national Relations Club III, IV. EVELYN BUNTON B. A. Marble Falls, Texas Speech Players Guild II, III, IV, Treasurer IV: Royal Academia III, IV. - : CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE f v y' I' A,,,,. YW... , ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,., , ., , . .-.a ,.., ,, , , V, ,,,, , ,svn ,,, , ,,,,, , ,,,,,, -an , -,Y,,,,a,,t X 'u 6' RC: SUNBEAM NORTHRUP U B. A. Columbus, Texas T Art Royal Academia II. III, IV: Y.W,A. I, II. III. IV: Player's Guild I, II: Zeta Phi Kappa 'X IV: Junior Scholarship II: B.S.U. Council: Treasurer Sophomore Class. BERNICE POLAND " B. S. A Crowell, Texas Business Administration Historical Phila III, IV: Business Club III, IV, Reporter: Junior Scholarship II: Baylorian , Staff IV. if CORINNE I-IERNDON B. S. Dallas, Texas Physical Education Captain Tumbling Team IV: President Delta Psi Kappa IV: Historical Phila II, III. IV: Gamma I: W.S.A. I, II, III, IV, Secre- tary IV: Class Yell Leader II, III, IV: College Yell Leader III, IV: Player's Guild II. " LILLIAN EWING B S. Panhandle, Texas Q Home Economics ' Alpha I: Volunteer Band I, II. III, IV: ' Y.W.A.: Home Economics Club I, II, III, IV: Zeta Phi' Kappa IV. IVIARJORIE SAFFOLD Belton, Texas Home Economics Beta I: Royal Academia II. III, IV: Home Economics Club III, IV. MARY B12 VH GARRET1 Kemp Texas Business fldmmzstratzorz istorical Phili II Business C u Viee Pres: ent Z I1 Phi KU IV Sccrcnry IV Internatlon1l Reluions IV Secret1ry Senior Cl-iss IVIARIE WAHLERS I 1 B. M. 1 I Pharr, Texas Public School Muszc I , unior Scholarship. I, II, Alpha Chi III, IV: Royal Academia III. IV, Pianist IV: I jf Zeta Phi Kappa: Chaoel Choir: College Chorus. ' RACHAEL LA ROE Terrell, Texas Mathematics , Junior Scholarship I, II: Editor of Bhyloifian III: Alphi Chi III, IV. Treasurer IV: Science Club III, IV: Zeta Phi Kappa III. IV, Presi-I dent IV: Historical Phila IV. I -.af..4,,, CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE :VS Nw NOLVIS SANDLIN I3 M Nemo Texas Public School Music Col gc orus II Ch1ptI C our IV: Royal Academia IV IVIARX BLAIR B A Houston Texas History Enqlzsh Education ee11l XVorkers I IV Vice Presi ent V B 5 U uncil IV Intermtional RLIIIIOHQ iecre 1r I1 G1mma Mu ice rest ent Z 1 Phi Kappx III V Vlee President V I-ILLEN I-IALSLX 'S Texar Texas MIS Elem I dLlLl1IlOH 0,4 I5 1 I I sers Roml Audemn BM fix LOUISE DRUR1 N Calxert Texas X Elementary Educutzon s orici ll IV Pnnis A - new I'.nist I. , 1 Cass Pianis , l: , ee .iorus , , Chapel Choir IV? companist College Trio III, IV. MW! .f...E. , : ayer's ui . I 3 - I l 1 -vain 9.4, . . :H . A ,,....,,... , , .. . , , ,,..,,,,.. ,-,-.,. , .....,,.,,. . . ,..,..,,,.,,,:.,.i., , ., , ,,, .....,..... ., . , ,. ,, , .-. - ver- ' 'r-fri-'farm-as-L+ -u.w,:2,1",, , ,, ,-.':-.!"""'a-4,-.-5 15"-s'! v- '- A- -1:-':1?'M - A -. A-f Q -- ---'L--fivxPb1!srfF-viral?,'1'.f?f'lT?-Z:5i'5+'I44.'f3"+:?13.'av:.z--1-13,1If A -. - ..-L".5'..'i".1' 1'1" ' 're' N ' fr ' ' ff 3 . I Q i i il I I I i I I LUCILLE LYNN DYER B, A. San Antonio, Texas English and Education B.S.U. Council III: I5.S,U. President IV: Alpha Chi IV: Historical III, IV: I-egislali.'e Assembly IV: Transfer from San Antonio Junior College. ELOISE LANE B, IVI. Pampa, Texas Music Education Alpha Chi Secretary III: Royal A-adm-,EJ III, IV, Treasurer IV: Zeta Phi Kappa IV: A.C,E, IV: International Relations IV: Chapel Choir IV: Junior S:halarshin I, CLADDA IVIAE ALBRITTON I5 S. San Benito. Texas Elementary Education Valley Club I, II, III: A.C.E. II. III, IV: Y.XV.A. III, IV. A I I LEOLA VINsoN y B. A. l Lott, Texas K: Biology I : Y.XV.A. I, IV: Special Workers IV: Play- l tm Guild IV: science Club IV. In I i 5 CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE N ,f I p MARTHA REDWINE i B, A, ll Port Arthur, Texas I Education and Spanish i Gamma I1 I, II, III, IV: Orchestra I I. II.. III. IV, Special XVorkers, Treasurer III, 1 Spanish Club II, III, IV: A.C.E. IV. I IVIATTIE BAUCOIVI ELLIOTT B. A. Milford, Texas 3 Spanish - Gamma I: Sigma Delta Pi II, III. IV, ' President IV: Tumbling Team III: Spanish Club I, II III, IV: Players Guild IV: Y.XV.A. IV. IZRANCISCA GI-IAPOY B. A. Del Rio, Texas Spanish Sigma Delta Pi: Spanish Club I, II. III, IV: Y.YV.A, I, II, III. IV: Special XVorkers: A.C.E. IV: Choral Club IV. ' BEATRICE DUGAT B, M. i , Freeport, Texas Public School IVIusic 3 College Chorus II, III. IV: Chapel Choir V III, IV: A.C.Ii. IV. 1 I I I 'I mms 0 1 '11 kappa IV I lm XBOX L1 Ki EMILY COUNTESS Belton Texas Home Economzcs V1cePres1dcnt Beta I College Chorus I II ome Economxcs I II IV Ro 21 A ademxa II III V AUSTRE CAVAZOS San Antonxo Texas Spanzsh and H1 tory 1 ma Dclt1 P II IV V1 e PICSI IV Spanish Club I II III IV Presl ent ' Y W A I II III IV Specxal Workers MRS Tl-IERESA WILSON NEWTON A Temple Texas Art Royal Academxa IV CLASS OF THIRTY NINE I I VJ ii-x- 1. W W M W W MMM! ffffwmw My WAM X A. 1 , f. ' I l ,-31 row... .1-,,, v ,' v4.x"l . I' , -' ' mf- "" - .. 111- s ' ' , hfkfx ,' .Q . -- Q , . y A - '-1 ',-. . ..- "" 4 KL., n A ,. ..r h . 1 . s'.-,-.- L ,r Va -Q- ' fit... " -Q-" ' T 5' I -- . , l. Q , ' 1 . 1 '.! fx J 5 , f 1 1. 'K ' I - 4' . 4 AQ " Ns -.-,A ' J 1- 1 JUNIURS . - U,-,. 3, .A--v- -'.fY,-.1"' -' a I A u . 0 4 Wlxlj ,'V.9f'.A6, lr , .r 1' I , ,ff WJf9wfr'wl -'W aa ,V Mf,1-if pg f,1Jr"?7 ff! 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ACEIL MCCARLEY Nl V V' if f Luling I Y I JI 1: .IUANITA CHAMBERS A I, 1.5 ww ' Ui i' MOM ly? 4 '. II: Beaumont 9 If A' -A .,ZV' "' , WI, ,QM , ,,,,J- - I . I ' 'Q ',,1f.Y. ' 1:1 I4 T I - ANNETTE HENSLEY 5 I r ,g x '-'ff' ' T, ' Grandview ' ' I,,4ff','kW y I DOROTHY WHEELER Tildon 7 A VIOLET DAUGHTRY A D Alice J OYE HART Jasper ' C DOROTHY WIESE ' Austin , I GLENDORA MARIE GRANT - if Fort Ufortn C 'K K 'C I 'RUBY SMITH' ' I H ' Angletonl ' V r f BEATRICE WALSOI-IAK - I . 'Buckholts U X I, L bg ,4 WW 5 ' ' ,, F s V ' , 11 . - A I , I rg W ' I H V F -' 1 I ,. .4 if P if MQ, L4-Lf IU, IMEC , A I . iff 1 ,SIMM -E JW, IW ISIFCC 1,- f'f.' I ,f'2'U Christi I ,I If MKII, ' f f .. IVIMZI I 1 I, , IX .I ,I ,. ,," ,N I I ' lui' ,I l , 51 I -, ,I +I I I of Ny, I f Il-- ' ,I .fu , ,J If II I C SARGENT O77 X LIAXIS ICCARLEY I I' IIIIAW' ,Ek .vfkfffl 'A ,V If I ,uw , ' fl WJ . ,MW . I ,, ,lf1,uI"!'f!' X ,,.,l,. ,, 1' lr l , ' I7 723.1-ff!! WHEELER 'I WIESE ' I4 QIIS . V' I" CLASS OF FORTYJWO EEE gi VT .S Ii , ,. I, .OF . 1 fx 4 x DOROTHY BUSH San Antonio 1 AURELIA COUNTESS ' Belton I . I S by X VIRGINIA COLLIER ' 'yv Crockett My Qafyw 'I 'I ' -fvv NORMA JEAN LAWRENCE I Nederland j MARY JO HENSON I I I 32 Burkburnett ' 3 i- JUNE GOODLAD ' 0. N if 4441 Beaumont Q V' I ,E ,f . ,Si 4.0 I .,,t,..L.,. J !. I? is IX . I: I1 ,. I, N ,I I 5 J .Z K' N 0 ,NL R-"QQ Aww . KATHERINE ILLERV, If' 'IE' ' J I P080 - I , QW INST" X If R QI' . I O' VVIA' I I .DOROTHMWILI,I'AIvIS'f ' z, Q X Harfxlingen! f I 'L I I Q, If.. A ' '-'-., I I . I 2 f E Af'-E S,- I ' fjf 1 BETSY DULANEY A . - U :JN 4 i f Earle, Arkansas Any fl AA .Mi , A Q M X tvs or ,mg 1. """' I YV L I-if MABELLE COLUM I Cf:-f' ,?"' Houston ' 4 X527 'J X " xx .A H ., ,ff f'?A-J! ' JANE 'MARIS F I 'J -Ii E Franklin .fix ."if,f'i 0 - E' V . New. I 'A A 'E , .2 DAWN ISBILL ' V' ,ff J, McGregor ' "- ji , . ' I V ' ,ff ,. .IJ -A 'LAVERNE WEST 'I l wif' , Tahoka L 4 MERLE SANDLIN PS Belton , ' 4 1 A , DORIS WATSON S N 1 , Q Belton , ' 37 , DORIS J EAN I-IIXDAWAY Kosse I I ' IVIARY HART Kerrville EMA LOU IVICCLES KY Port Arthur ,ry .. ...W Y ,,- .-. ...-. N i Y x g'- S N QI xx FW . 3 CLASSOFFORTY-TWO , 7, VW , 1- ,-:Za 4 ,,,,,, ' U , ..., ' - 1' ,..., , :f.,,,: Ox ff -V ' we ..-- 4" f 1 ji 5 Q l xl. V ' 5 ,ez fffye fo 'K' 5 ,Al db' Q . ffl. ,Q , M g. .- W - one , " v -12? ' .- 52fZYi f M4 f W f P? if 0 , K X I fy 1 1 ,Z S7 l 4 M l - n I . 4 , , 0 -Zu-.90 vZi151ELTlggjg.1N 7b,6ZQf W ffm? of ww WIZE BESS SI S ,Ziff A, 4,-40 Log LUCILLE SH B W,-S Q 'JT--' eawff- Giffflzfma- 75 M-kwa -Mia-Q11-4' :H-M O ,Q SQ I M , Z "Li74,,14-yfil'5DJ1QQf.-- J ,, Q ,f XXVI owe- Q'-'u.gQ FRANCES SANFORD 8 U' Hobart, Oklahoma , wwf A M CHARLINEM I 5 Lalferia CLE . .Q,L.o-444, J ELSIE MAY HORN W Dallas ' I 3 few-f.E, THERESE ANDERSON .. Farwell l9'5'l'.'f DORIS THOMAS Overton IVIARCILLE MCRAE Houston VARINA Jo HAWKINS Fort Worth ' f? ,EM ALOUQLIHITE F M JM' "gGlleen' I VV 0 in P ,7 QMS-QLQ 'jji4A'A-"V f5l6,e.X 'M""""j3"iSf 'V197 fiwiv'-pj Xie"-' "','JA.LENEIVEY QAM .. f of A fwlwqpf 1-e,,,LWl1f 2 09155375 Mfm .I . 1 Qgfff-4 UCILLE ZANDER bb Temple A K ., A NORMA HARDCASTLE Devine I ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD I O , Bartletf - 0 1 . n yi ,lv FQ W WM will 12' if WQZIZ ?M MJ IE Briss Sn is UM. , L .',zg 4 79'UM-g..Q4. WG Bum. - AQHA f 1 ,A CLASS OF FoRTv-TWo BILIQFUSUEIKBEAKINS MARY FRANCES WHITE ANN HILL Houston EDITH FERN MCM URTRY Liberty , BERTHA BASOCO San Antonio IRENE STOVALL 1. Batson Jai I awk CLOTELLE WILIE ml Mala , Matador Q. MARJORIE YARBOROUGH A ' Moody .I.xI'?-my worm' las BETTQKIE JUNE TENNYSON 9l'nOf1 fiff' , timmy I1 V, I 'A .pox I ' 1' A f U I 'rl - V M . If I l4"A. 1 MV - V4 f - M ' ' rx sion 5' x ' X 9 r 'T A ' QQ-lj 'Q"k9-I P2-vu 1 JAAQ 4 It I M F 4- G-flf 'MJ f ,M . . ' F ,- fig N M Uffvji ' . 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MQ ,. ...., , 4 ' L' 'e""" W NV t f Lb- uf' Q' , ' , N. 1 - Y . . ,1 , JI' x':...f' ,V-CY I A Ii!-Yklax-,fs 'T' A X1 1 fr V! Xylfy .1 N, ,,,M,,5L fM,,L-is W - QQLQ, MW j6 bg! J .,Z.!0M-QXIJL, Jxzgifjaviwsly MZQMM M Zgg,"Tif ' ' Yff:iff535Z WZJQQW ZQQWMJ5 41, ll MJ wi! 17 J P5 AAQ!2zfNJbzM1zL7 SPURTS fwqdf fd-L' Aww 7,WQ Pearl Anderson Clarece Redden X J Dorothy Nelle gl ffiffgfl QQWQV mv ls- WOMAN'S SPORTS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS DOROTHY NELLE POOL ELIZABETH SONBERG . CORINNE HERNDON . JANE MCQUADE . KAY COOPER . HELEN ROWLA ND , EDITH WELCH . LELA TOUNGATE Eleanor Hanover First R Billie Lee Bell Clara Bowman Winifred Barrett Nancy Melba Clark Louise Clarke Evelyn Claybrook Marie Cron Kathleen Cooper Etoile DuBard Frances Marie Davis Frances Farmer Elizabeth Fanning June Goodlad Mary E. Hogan Erma Harden Corinne Herndon Jo Joiner Catherine Jenson Grace Eva Kneisley Genevieve King Bonnie Lou Kelly Mabel Lynch Elsie Faye McMichael Jane McQuade Charlene McMinn Maria Mitchell Ernestine Morgan Willie Merle O'Neill Dorothy Nelle Pool ow: Elizabeth Sonberg, Corinne Herndon, Jane McQuade. ' I , Second Row: Kay Cooper. Edith Welch, Lela Toungate. '1' 1 ,1 , . . President . Vice-President . Secretary . . . Treasurer . Eligibility Chairman . Sergeant-at-Arms . Publicity Manager . Historian Custodian Anita Redell Mary Frances Seago Elizabeth Sonberg Velma Lee Sanders Ruby Smith Mary Evelyn Smith Dorothy Bell Steen Lela Toungate Elizabeth Underwood Rosemary Walker Harriet Sue Wood Edith Welch Dorothy Wheeler Mary Frances White Helen Rowland. Jw W Seiji 4 -21 it - t i'JoyiWQ' ii m Ni it if I ll I W 3 t J -em fem fury "HF 'TWD IT' PI' P ' Lb' J xl 1 I y wp 1 jl l Z-J 4 , .4 X A, Always there's a thrill in the events sponsored by W. S. A.-the bonfire given for the freshmanearly in the fall, the varied sports offered for our recreation, "Hillbilly Day" this year, the lovely May Petey overnight hikes to the Boy Scout cabin, and best of all Stunt Night-Tut, tut, Clarece and Louise, this is no way to hike!-that's the way to take an arrow out Sonnie and Jane- "Cut it out, Miss Ostlundf' says Miss Lockhart-K. Elizabeth and Sybil wield tennis rackets-you can tell D. N. isn't camera-shy--look at Miss Cstlund go up in the air after that volleyball, Miss "Lefty" Watts was one of the star players-Reckon the faculty will ever forget that they won this game?-Miss Pi. Says, "Whee, it's spring!"-Been wading Miss A2 .1-ng ,nf -1-wana 1 ..,-.-.. HOCKEY AND SOCCER Hockey and Soccer--winter favorites-line up -the bully-the exciting Warmth of a dribble, dribble, dribble followed by a successful pass- time out-what is it?-that loose shin guard? I 14 l l , :Ere 'line up dribble, Piissx guard? -...XQL4 V . ,S N VX su l is--... Na. 4- NS. 4---x xr if ff ,W 1, V - if 1964? f an , , ,L , Y A V, , , K . My , 7 4, WWI! - f f ,b ,V , '1 l f ti is :f l A BASKETBALL We can hardly Wait until basketball season and now, the Whistle!-Jo Joiner was manager of this ever popular sport-the interdorm games were fun-Here, here, two hands on that ball Billie-The odds are against you Slats for Turrentine can guard as well as shoot! i r I 5 . . .,-,- . Y . .i , . BASEBALL In the springtime our fancy turns to baseball -Batter up, Farmer!-strike one-the crack of the bat-now get it Billie-Jibbie, so those shorts make you a better baseball manager, or What? Remember the senior-faculty baseball game on "Hillbilly Day"? Yes-baseball is our spring favorite-year in and year out. L, V, . ., YQ' pf iz: sig, ,V . . A iff ,v,.,,J 1 H-,iz Lf, 9 1 Tilt fgmuz dream of ex. Xto really. Xlommy, Pfdtticing il Same to wht uri U Miss Maria, we 1 llfe . 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Quia tihiizffy, M ., 4 ,,sfks,54vqw .awk 4 4: vs aim..-5. fzxs gr .er Xf V!" -ff ' . ,Mml TENNIS The famous visor and the pleated white skirt-the dream of every tennis player is to be like Helen Wills -to really see her play was a lucky break for us -Tommy K., D. N., and Miss Lockhart are still practicing in case they ever get another chance on the same court with Helen-Puzzle: Where was Maria When Miss Wills appeared on the tennis court? Poor Maria, We thought she would mourn the rest of her lifef-tennis-perhaps our favorite sport, fall, Winter, spring, it matters not- ...,y ' ' X .zz : , L p ILWEN: . .s 9 am 7 . ,-s-:,a:::..,- ,.., ..,.2z..,ff-:::f:f:nZ5,:- A r . K Q, c Q . gg ff- 1- 4... . -Q '- if .,.,-.94 ..... A v ' i 'L 69? 4 6 3 " A sw 'X X U' A id Q, iw' ? Q w Kg ac, , . Z1 is Q V M 1 S M, safes? X ww. rf 2 sf i.: 42 4 1. X ! A -'...-'17:,fAxf.. ,, . F1 .Arr ,aa wig my 'Tn 0-we M ' ,ffQz,,, Q CHRISTMAS PAGEANT RI-IYTI-IMS CLUB Although sponsoring a new activity, the Rhythms Club was one of the most active clubs on the campus this year.-Of course you remember the impressive Christmas pageant presented just before the holidays, the program based on Negro Spirituals, and Robin I-lood's Merrie Men in the May Pete. X ARCI-IERY Archery IS galnmg more and more populanty wrth us Genev1eve Kmg as manager of thrs sport demonstrates how to put the arrow 1n the gold Was th1s p1cture posed? Well Marla s arrow Went stralght m the bulls eye Nlce form .lame I I I 5 The people who "toot" the Whistles and occasionally UD wield hockey sticks and other sports equipment-These are the physical education majors: Sue Marye Barker Billie Lee Bell Pauline Browne Virginia Collier Frances Marie Davis Corinne Herndon Mary Elizabeth Hogan Joanna Jones Imogene Lovelace Mary Helen Maud A Elsie Faye McMichael Charlene McMinn Dorothy Nelle Pool Irene Stovall Doris Thomas Bernice Thompson Lela Toungate Louise Waller Doris Watson The physical education staff: Miss Lockhart, Miss Watts, and Miss Ostlund. Ka 1 I X-. 9 l f ,, ,gil iv.. g OHS . ,Z 52 TUMBLERS Heads up or IS If feet? Our fa1thful tumblers perform on many occaslons captams Curly and B1ll1Q mascot V1rg1n1a Clarre MISS Watts sponsor the team Sue Marye Barker Wrnx fred Barrett B1ll1e Lee Bell Paulme Browne Cormne Herndon Mary Elxzabeth Hogan Joanna Jones Elsle Faye McM1chael Charlene MCMIHH Lors Jean Sargent DOIIS Thomas Lourse Waller Lela Toungate Dorothy Wheeler Mary Frances Whlte 4 HMM-W I ., , . bfi' L l ' 1 . s , e r E l ""' ' , , A , , , .11r:!UJ,U, .fr JJ, in-,I ,ff .1 4 , ,. Y A uf- ,, . rf' ", . .,. I - ,"' " ZZ. C' B", , 1 ' " " ' " ' i 7 1 5, W f ' ', - , V . J 'f 4 -4 if "' f , 1. 'A -, , . If J' , 41 1 V , , , , V, 1 K L Q .,,,, . - V J 4 , Q, J! v.iy f"-1--' f J , M , ' L I V r f if ' ' P A A Z1 . y V 1 1 1 A Y ' T-1 , , i , Y - , , , B 1 v Y , Y 1 Y , , , . . X- r- -.--:-.....-.- ,.- .. , - , .-r.v..-- 11 --y--av.-.. 5... --r--:..-af , - ,ggglfa H ,,,rvJ3,3,.-, 1 ,- I VOLLEYBALL Eight players lined up against eight others -Ready?-Serve-and the volleyball season has begun-Burt Hall Won the interdorm tournament this year. Volley- ball is always the first activity offered by W. S. A.-Mabel Lynch Was manager- Remember the senior-faculty game? O2 I6 GOLF Yes, the golf bug has got us-and we love it--no matter how many times the "pill" is missed, to "connect" just one time- Golf, a new activity at M. H. B, C. is proving popular, and already has a promi- nent spot in our sports program. 1 .v The Mary Hardin-Baylor girl of today is the all-around girl-Helen Wills speaks for her, "l say I'm going out to play a game, but what l really mean is-I'm going out to have a Wonderful time under the sun and sky. I shall lose myself in the fun of the game. l'm going out to play!" 1- . ff- 5 F YQ! "' V' rf'-1 ' R" - .5 'Y 1' ' 'li 7' ' 'EJ' '- . 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Q- A 1, , Q '-lc 13 . , xv V SN., ,S Q 1 "- K . a 1 R NQ. ,Q ' V 1. ' . W. ' N wh! ' xx J K 4' X vb , K' , .K Q 1 WHU S WHU If Q ANIW K 1 . 1 ' 1 1 X A x 5 v MARTHA JAMES Martha is our scholar. Coming of an old Mary Hardin-Baylor family and following a brilliant sister, she has made a record of her own. Her distinctions began with being chosen as Freshman bride: her interest in languages made her an officer in three honor societies: she has written a prize story for Sigma Tau Deltag and appropriately enough, she is presi- dent of Alpha Chi. 5 Q MARY LEE IQONIAKOWSKY Mary Lee stands for culture rn the true sense of the Word She has shown an 1ntell1gent lnterest 1n scrence and the class1cs 1n athletrcs as Well as student government and has Worthlly been elected to Alpha Chr Not only has she carr1ed the txtle of Presrdent of the Senlor Class but 1n dorng so she has proved herself the type of grrl Who carrles the true stamp of quallty l M X bf' , gl' . ,' li wg" Q. 1 i , t ' r CI-IRISTENE LINDSEY If you want something done and done well, ask Christene. She has been an officer in various religious organizations, Junior president, Historical president, and editor of the Bells, not to speak of ranking high in all her classes and Winning the Helen Zene Wortman journalism scholarship. And with her performance there is always poise. Q-...Mya -.ass Am rl l r. 14 'W ELIZABETH MOORE Ever since she was chosen Freshman president, "Jibhie" has been a leader. And how she can talk! As our leading representative in debate and extemp, as president of Pi Kappa Delta, as chairman of the student forum, and as Academia president, she has made herself known and felt. We do not need to agree with her always to realize that there is a girl of ideas and personality. .i ls LUCILLE DYER Seldom has a girl won her Way so quickly and so surely as Lucille. Coming as a Junior College transfer, she has Won her place as a scholar in Alpha Chi, shown her talent in dramatics, and demonstrated her qualities of leadership as B. S. U. president. Here is the happy com- bination of genuine refinement and real popularity. VELMA LEE SANDERS Student morale has been drstmctly lmproved by our assoc1at1on W1th such a g1rl as Velma Lee She 1S a leader 1n all the act1v1t1es of her chosen freld Home economrcs but she has proved her genurne mterest and qulet effl crency also rn the Classlcal Club ln W S A and IH all her class work Few have so f1ne and so genume a character f v Y - , . . A . . i Cleotresl rwwlqs- otg Q, Qtshmm he lvwc ' ., anim 0. f wow' do ril' Glosu go-c.e,lotJ deep Law 51xTlXg34i5m Glnvl cw-.r sem, ,E ismle ll'Yx limb... ERNESTINE MORGAN As a Senior We nominate Ernestine, not merely because she has been Student Government president this year, but because of her interest in all students and in all forms of student activity, in athletics, in dramatics, in class activities, in publications, and in religious Work, she has done her share of the Work and Won her share of the honors. We all know her and all love her. '54 Wh 0. Qtiknw, lv: ' Q TX gs I' d,,:+5l0w an REEF una! e'flNKu5Qm 'W Sfmtof IL-FJel'n 'ibn- Umeg gg Z 2 I IIULLEEE SN!-XPS been eslffl earics. fn bf ,her N J QM Q6 5 fd' V, , .fy g' . MPA Lf ' 'Q 1 1 I f 'B' M-:gli f ! x .1 N 2 ' s x FN Q, YH Q .f J, ,,,, fr M .. -Q 2 V - Senior Activities Senior campers of last year off guard. The beauties by the pool are Frances Utley, and Ruth Manning. That's Jean CStudent Govern- ment Presidentj Woods saying her last farewell to Mary Hardin- Baylor from the steps of Luther ruins. Class Day exercises with the outgoing President Rosalee Morris robing incoming President Mary Lee, Formation of '38. Dora Chen with Luther as a background. Mary Hardin-Baylor Thor- oughbred Jessie Maude Turner. Jean Woods again. Mary lvvai all packed up and leaving. The Dad's come in handy too. iff LJ' f 'Z 5 rw WM' W. iw.. qm- . M ff . 2 ' ' .- ' , f WQQ' ,. 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A-Q , :- pw I' 51 f 55 I K. 1, f 4.1, V, , 3.7.27 A W, . , Q-f iwgv mgfwfv ' .- , , f V S f , .. P X X 6 1 'Z Sf MAT W -.gpg my fx YN X ,, X,W,?f,. QV mvrW1fae..f f . ,SL.,....,.Lx - , , Nf?'.maC..,lQ....A,......M......,..M..,.,,.....w.,....wfa. K 7. ,V , K r X 'sewn .w1,5z:gfaf Q Q 2 f , ' - : -::-I ff V V 1 -.. , 1 Q f MW ' 4? 4 M ' f ' ig L , 5 fe' I FISH INITIATION My, what funny looking fish. Slats and Nancy Melbalseem to expect rain. Greeks, lndians, and well-you guess what Julia is supposed to be. The sophs are 'putting them through" but they manage brave smiles for the camera. The fish give the pledge! I- 'member when you did? Slats Wraps herself around a light post While others play leap frog-down on your knees Evansl The grand finale of the day- the minuet lead by Madge and the Dean's daughter. I if ff H-v-M ws fy, .P , , STILL INITIATION Behind those padded noses and silly get-ups are hopeful Academia pledges-seahags, Ferdinands, and chorus girls-More Freshmen initiation. It seems to be getting some of them down. Academia pledges what Would Elizabeth Arden think? My Ann certainly looks natural. Or do you think so? The rear view of the Freshmen is more de- sirable-What do you think? Ferdinand in the person of Maria Mitchell or Maria in the person of Ferdinand--Any way you take it -it's still a lot of Bull, This prime group of Historical Phila pledges-Well, words seem to fail me at this time. Alma Lee Minnox makes a very effective goon--the Well fed type. 'WL Qff' Senior Society Receptions The Historical-Phila Society goes Napoleonic. This is one scene from their reception. Royal Academia presents the Queen of the festival in the person of Miss Elizabeth Moore. Introducing Miss Elizabeth Moore, President of the Royal Academia Literary Society, Marie Wahlers, Spanish senorita, and Christene Lindsey President of Historical-Phila Literary Society. 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Her Majesty Madge and Court -G. G. Singleton looks on dotingly! I Like the sophs of M. H.-B., escorts flock 'round Lou! Nita, Eleanor and, of course, A. '65 M., lead the Grand March at the Freshman reception. Boots, Boots, Bootsia Russian or two also-Yes, these Fish peasants are serving at the Soph reception. lf I didn't know better, I'd think she's going to take a bite out of that Balloon. Pls not for apple: it stands for Alpha. Please close your mouth, Mary Eleanor-we know you crashed the party! I Vu' J14-LfiiiflfifilftfffZ'If'!?-i55'!Y2T"93'.Ti'1I9'i -. Q -.1 3Z3:n:-'-'f--.5'1'."'f'?4'7 5'-1 ff-,- -'---5+-,z j .,. - :', 5f?7?ff3:5f7b?'ffL5"-'FEFF'-E9'Y9'FT?'3' 7!'Y5i?'5f' 1" """" ""'?f"' ' ' . . .. ..,. ..--, ,, , ..-.,,,,,..-....,,,.,,,,,,,,, . .Q -,,-.,,,,, . . , , ' x ' ' , ' f ' fy ! fvf' ,' I i Q 1 S 1 A aM ,'zW1?g X "X 1..g,ff4f"'?f"'fv"v, '- ff 2, Xvx K 5 5 , , I A x. 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Hunting bugs or playing golf? What did you say Wrong, lva Dell? My! what a big tongue you have, l. D.! Do they actual- ly trust a home-ec. Major like this with the play school children? The "J" Building Inc, goes to Austin. Wish I knew What he is doing--I Barney's time now-ls that disdain, Eliza? Haven't we had enough of these "J" nuts? 'il 'lr W 'F ,.., A .L ,,..t.-1--qw ,lf"F'F,?"!I5F"""'5E!"'.,!!!' P . ',,,.:l-.. - 1 ex M ff.4..f..--...,4i5-,' ' ' " ' ' ,1A.:2+-!rf-F?f--- .ff Graz-- ,, -4.-M?'F?'5'- - 4- ' """""""""""F'4!"'-'1""" 'W' - -L Q- 'M'-'!:,gf,f '14--:41"fi'3-'C Ei,f 5 .f ,. -me ""'5f'f'i-?'C'f-i'q'.i- A, Q K - v ,, f Q 2 A :fa , , ,X-3 ,. - ?:e'4i'i'5? ? ffg X 1 f f ,f N X J ff N f Z 9' fm 4 K Q 1 ,Q -gm' ' gm 1 X, ? ,N 5' V 1 . F ff 43 '17 ww Om , I , ff -, 4,1 We .'f1,7..- 1 f 5, W 1 W4 3 , 1 f 71 li xv, vm. Q, ,f X f " ""'Q ,m,,...,X.,,Jh,,, V-,. 2-5 1 ' ,ff Q: W gigif..-Z L f' ,Y f fi -f 24 I'f2,:,f4-3532 . ' 1 1 ' j as f .3 53.3. .:- 5' flsgrf'-ffELji' feffzfg. -- W-A 4 -L f vw mx-N-f:, Q , N' X A: i x i - -' , wfuff fgzg:q.3:q,,.,.5, 5- K5 fr:- 2 , NWA: R. ...Wh-- ,,., w - f fy, u, . ' .: L U 4 , f jf! Z1 ff, W ff , A wi- . X I INTERIORS The little Vanns hang up their stockings for Santa. We hear they were Well filled. The Gordy's at home with Victor. Mary Lee gets ready for bed. Miss Watts seems to be con- centrated-or concentrating? Emma Lou, Cile, Rosemary chat over cokes in the book-store while Kathryn Chapman sticks to the piano, and Clara gets a little rest.-Curly and the Senior-Fish Tea. Martha seems to enjoy her studying. Who is that? ? Never saw so much money. Miss Clay in the Library makes a very lovely picture. Doesn't the table in the Home Ec. dining room look nice! Thanks to Iva Dell Modgling. The practice house family play 3 Q When? ame or two before retiring- Y ,.,. 'ya ' . 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'Y I llflllllllllflflyfflf UH' UYIHIIIEK m . -. -n'f-'.' f---..-..-..-------L,,-g, -, -.--..---,,.,. - .. ., ,'- - .X .., . 1.51.-., ., . - , . ,,, ... MEN! MEN! These girls take botany to catch what type of bugs? Yes, We wonder! I think that someone is keeping something from us! Two things, to be exact, in uniforms. The short and the long of the campus-What's so funny? May- be we cut this picture off too soon. Elizabeth Sonberg with a uni- form, we think it's her brother. My! Camera shy. Among the younger donors to our college: he's one of our boy friends too, Speight Jenkins, Jr. Clyde and Parry smile for us The most beautiful still of the year. lvlore and more of A. '55 M. It looks natural to see Allena and Delbert doesn't it? Dub and Jane seem Happy about it all and Slats seems to be telling it to Mr. lVliller's little boy. Campus boys at attention. l 4 w ' "' ' ' ' ' ' '-'- -- - -'-'- -'--'- - -'-'A'--.-.-- .. v-.-- v- ---- - V -..-...A,.. . ..... . Photography Contest Gwynn Banks walks away with second place in the Pall Photog- raphy Contest with this snap of the Burton twins. Ruth Moore won second place in the Spring contest with this shot of Sandy. Second prize winners receive one half their engraving fee-free. Etoile Du-Bard's snapshot of Tina and Eleanor at the creek won first place in the Pall Photography Contest. Mrs. Vann's interior shot of Richard, Harriet and Penny sing- ing, won first place in the Spring Contest. Pirst prize winners re- ceive a paid engraving fee-free. Mary Farmer receives honorable mention for her pictures of Lou, Chester and an "after chapel" shot. 'Lug-L-si: 1 1 6414141vfeqgqfgg'-gqrgwqgffzgf-Y'fgsi-rislglf "Ae-E-li'!, -.-QF. .. QQP4-1"a3?2-"X:l"l'Zf ,.1-....f .-J i-'?-'?5P'1'1'-'7ff2SL-af-111.-gefefrzeffrlyf--a-mm-..,.. -m,m,- ...Nw ,. , .-.- 5 1,1-n.,-., ...QL ,.,. M,-.......-,.., ....M.. , f .,,..,.....,, -. ..-.,. L , . -1. ,.,. WM- M-vw 1w111111.., 1 ' ' ' '4 I ,y I .,r1 111 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 ,1 1 1 11 1'111 11 11 'I 11 1. 11111 11, 111 11 11 .11 11,111 1,1 1111 111 v11'1' S111 .111 - 1 1.11 11 1 11 1 111 S1 1,1 1 :I ' '1 1 1 4 1g , 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 11 I 11 11' , 1 1 1 km? x '99 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V, fp, 1 1 X 1 rf! I 1 f 1 1 ' 1742 I 1 A ,11 'D n A.. 1 . - I 1 4 1 .gh 1 1111i 1 1 1 I 1 CAMPUS BOYS The campus boys make their debut That dual personality Chester Just a hungry group has seated itself in front of the dining hall Cherry proudly shows off his football sweater The campus boys dressed in their Sunday best pose With a S3t1Sf16Cl look after eating their dinner lt must have been good Where s that smile Buck? Curtis and Cherry seem to be going some place Mary Lee Oscar and Wesley guess who took the picture My' What a popular man Giles is to day Mr Johnson gets Paul told Note that Barrymore profile Whats Wrong with this picture -Where is Chester. Everyone seems to be Walking these days. Sandy even consents to giving us a Wave. Pate and Olga-How familiar. Theres nothin like a good game of baseball to increase ones appetite, ls there? 4 511, Liffqfit -rwcffrf '-I: fezfge-g.:1-.1qaL,L .. .171-1 -fix-+-A-411. ', -. Ln ,. .,- - - .ff1-:.,,.:,:-,.- ,J-,1..,,w....,,,,..-., , ,,, ,J ri" , 1 L., Y-up , Q -4 , -1.-.., .. .,,. hi N'-it '1 'ns,g-A' '5 A 1 L. 1' I -an Y luntvwwo-n . . , - , 'I I yi l i l . Q E , I ii. 4 1 w NW ' i 'M' ' 'z H fffiszffr , ,MW k am . r:. 4 Ma' 1 V. ,- Pm-zz, ,NSW r r 4 , . P E . ,vi v I .Q ,J 1 , 'udp' y, if xr "if -.'-..'.n- -" eiwfe 'WJ ,A I 1-:I 1.0, , I gl q , .,tvZ..f. K f lyk' I ' vQ ?mi"4'f1,.f' i ' ':- 5 , fiat- fs? -r f- 'Q' ' lf -.zflfffff X-"7?":4w1.' ,w,,, -in , t,w,,,,fA, A ' we -I X W- ' ' Q il' .if4'7'??3,1xfW' if l 3 : . t 'r , 1, fridfyw ff 5 Ymxw EY 534339 . ' l . ,tint K-I , t , , f am A , isL,.i 2 1 ,,j -:, '7 ink' V .in ffz, , 14 f X f I , Q ' if 1, ilf qy rffwwf ' r 1 f ,ar f f WMM 1 , , , fm, , , , , if l , MI' -" l l l i ' i V J lj l l V The Sophomores won the stunt blanket this year with this clever stunt written in rhyme. while the seniors carried the honors to f take the cheer blanket. Last years Charter Day procession and this year's candle-lighting service with Miss Sory lighting the candlf:S X ' of the seniors. Miss Clay proudly presents the hobby show. PLEASE NOTE: As 21 perfect ending, we-and everybody else- i 3 4 FEATURE-the bookstore. Z ,1 A 1 i 4 i if 5, i ii fi l , l . i 1 'I Q 1 'a 1 l ll ii l, : l f. X . I I I l 1 l 5, ,. V ll I 4 l 11 UV D 3 A bl ELHEBIJNNET f ELES H- d d'uudl-49 Eh-ff-f 'h-7111-avi-'5-r ' ,-f-34.1 ' - v - . . . 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I Y Q . cllif ,. lafffz fo Edcfoi X l Q, 'QQ will iA7Zf"L'?f fzvzvfwv 75 mv' VQBFH4 vm 'e dear 'Miss Green: What a difficult gnu ,rave when you sent, me ihe of' the lovely gil-Llzsi It is so difficult to really iuaeautg' f,l"iL7f2 gpilfmi graphs, for ao much ciepemia sn lighiixxgg Av so perhaps I have not really chosen, the 1.95115 ' of them, after all, though I have iriwd so Izmfd, LL be fair. In locking for tammy, I thaw so much more than perfectian of feawxwvv I . have tried to visualize the clwzfncter or ai' 3 the girl as well. Anim that haze mazda Linmiilg , hard, because I was not able to sea the girls' X selves. However, I you will 1 aspect of' the problem and know ihat I rehomlci ,ik ' have given the award is all sixteen, for iheg- an 2 charming and sweet to lock at, eve? fwfr. The :maker - , I finally selected are 5, 12, 5, 5, 7, S, D It is so mice ef you 1:61 wana a pif:Lf21w af' H me, and that I was semiing umifaz' sesgzmwixfe Very .siliczsmly 5'L1il.I'li, I ,,,, , A. 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A A iv .01 'ly :U MGD 'FL . - -'A' 1 '3"'w1, 'W It is N R- w 1 ,A I y "Al j G. li: i ' A X A s A f., Q Vfq8"f1 'L' 'I K L '4 . 1 1 I , QU X QA' 1 HJ' 1 ,rx ,if r L, . if . N 'fl f J 5' X V11 J' w ul, ,X Q5 .U l Q Q D if Wally ll , X X f A Xl G ,K U Q f L ,fl C flg L STAGE Jessie Maud Turner is shown making a dramatic exit in the senior play for l938, "Enter Madame" under the direction of Miss Harris. Reading from left to right are Clyde Overton, Maria Mitchell, Merle Rose Fischer, Jessie Maud, Tina Stefani, Frar1C6S Gustavus, Lucille Dyer, and Mary Beth Alvis, Reli- ognize them? To the left, We have a few of those informal shots of our speech teachers, Miss Harris? Miss Robuck, and Miss Sory. 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" 99 ' - ,f ' .. 0 2 , i f 'f ' 54 47 Vizflf' ' P -M5 if f X , JV f x wi f a life? - ,-1..-,L.......:g:-:..-'-'w.?+:. L..0:',?-F-1.1:...i.:fg,.,--:,f,,1.a,-,2...r r ' " " ' N " .,.rAf.1- ,f f I . lag , f Lifiyii os' Y X 5, f W I , X w 1 V? 2 41-,. -1,--q.D-1-.x,.:L ,..',.Y' , FRANCES PARKINSON KEYES News commentator, author, and lecturer appear- ed on our series here at the college, December 6th. Mrs. Keyes had recently returned from Europe where she had been during the critical period in Europe's history. She gave a personal account of front-page happenings, and said that she felt at home with the Nazi and with the nun. IDA KREHM Canadian born pianist and winner of many coveted awards was a guest artist on our lyceum series. Those who went to Temple to hear her will long remember Miss Krehm for her beautiful and powerful music. Wlnngr of Burst artist 30 hear her HH fOr her C. PHYLLIS BENTLEY English novelist was a speaker on our lyceum series who really gave us a great- er appreciation of the modern novel. She says it takes "faith, hope, and courage" to Write a long novel, We agreed! JOHN BROWNLEE John Brownlee, Australian baritone of the Metropolitan Opera Association, appeared on our lyceum program. We liked him so much that he sang eight encores for us-and We might add that some of the girls even Went to Dallas to hear him. They said it was the "opera". 351' .--Ana -.-4-,,.-k.,L.-11Q,. - I 1 .1'I",. -.-...,. --5 ,'g-,j.j'5-A-hr,-ff- - - 4 ' 1 . M4 2- 2, . 2 f gg-,-,AL ,L Ae-in-ar.g.rx'aPLv4r -K.-3 s P -1.-...er-rv..-5,---2. ---.. -,J--C gk, -1-' 1. .., ,,,,,,,,M-M, .-.,.. .3 -. Q .4 1 of 'Ml ,-of-N, xg,, J 77" gsmii rx, X 'QZ7' a fgxiqyffltf Xa,-Xu ',fJ'X-CTM gjlvfkwxiyx Q M, xyx ,CX U ew I L it 'wi 7 V' l F1533 e 2 M' T .sv X sf xg W Y Aq, fry! fy ' f if lm OW fxfly aid If C2 fl -N, for is ' XR X 's C K' 'J -X gs, NATALIE BODANYA Miss Bodanya, Metropolitan lead- ing soprano, opened our concert season. There was a special train to Temple for the occasion. Sever- al of the girls also heard her again in Dallas in 'lLaBoheme". To the right is the "Petite Ensem- ble" who played on our campus. There is also Helen Wills. The Hardy steps seems to be a favorite place for shots. N1? WM I E s SNAPS OF OUR VISITORS Patrick D. Moreland, outstanding poet of Texas and the Southwest, was a guest on our campus for the poetry contest. l-le spoke on A'The Nature of Poetry" and read from his own poems.-Yes, Thats Mr. Vann with Mr. Moreland, and we "think" he's reading poetry. Mr. and Mrs. Moreland visted the Vanns while they were here and Mrs. Vann got this snap of them. Below we see Mrs. Keyes Visiting with some of our own friends-and this really was the Baylor U. trio but- L 'fi 44.-1 ISL!! 1 1 r ugaglggp- 61nwr Agganqvvw ...rs rap. l -I M .mm- Al I ART Just a little informal scene in the art lab. Kay and Kay Elizabeth are the two of the Chinese Checker Board, While Gene- vieve King and Bernice Bentley are the other two artists. The art teachers loved their dear pupils so much that they gave them the valentine to the right, and then there is Venus patiently waiting for someone to sketch her. Th. Was - - G Fin. lllltlr 3 Peel. ill? lali I -I- 2. ..T.." ..:'- :..A--TJ--F. L. Qs' I--I-amz-. 61- ---Q JL-....,..7..:r..r..1.1.-4 fr' .-fvlf-A '4Z'-fifa,--f -ff. . . fn- I lr:-,. ,, fr '--am. - -. .f1--,- 4 - - ,- - ., ,, . . 9"H"'0Y'F'-' 'h .gs--aa. Q ..- .,, S , , ,.. -.... ..,,.,.,,. - .,,, J, ,,,,,,,m , I Mm I I l ' 4 I , M 1 1 i 1 X ART SNAPS ln the upper left corner Helena brushes up a bit in oils, while Jane lVlcQuade gets material for a notebook. Below left Cile James Works at a design probably. Miss Walker demon- strates to one of the little Vanns. Genevieve King admires a plant in the lab. We draw them too, don't We? TI-IE CHAPEL CHOIR All ready for one of those personal appearances lt nnght be Fort Worth Navasota even W1Ch1t3 Falls Where ever rt was they were sure to have made a very favorable rmpres s1on 1n looks as Well as 1n therr smglng By the Way you m1ght ask them about those tr1pS the story mrght be rnterestrng They have also been presented over Stat1ons KTEM WBAP and the Texas State Network Bouquets to you all and an extra flower to the able d1rector MISS Wllson COLLEGE TRIO Ethelyn Jane and Mary Frances have really traveled They appeared ln Dallas and Fort Worth and many other places Three of a Krnd go on the a1r tool T . , , or Y ' 7 Y ' Y 0 7 7 I -i , , AL ' YY ' , MUSICIANS T AT WORK F AT PLAY Above are some of our talented musicians. Upper left, we have Miss Kelly of the music department, while Marie Wahlers accom- panies Miss Townsend of the department. Clara Bowman plays in Hardy Parlor below. To the right we have Miss Wilson, Dr. Gilewicz, Miss Snelling, Miss Wells, and Mr. Wenzel, all of the music department. Most of them were caught on the walk from Presser to Hardy-at meal time. SIQIEIAL 4,, , K Y V I V, 1 U WY Y YWKY! WWAAA , , WH, ,, W Y, ,Y WW. ' T 7 .- 4- --4,, la-.LJ '.-:. 1.-.PZ-74' 7"-' -1'-' .r , , , A -M , - 4..f4-1, 4- L,..v1.,--,.'- , ,J VK X E5 I li I X1 I f". f ., X psy TL! 595 1 J 5 S ,s",'i5 fffS7fi S i ff '4. . W I Lg.L,f.JL..,.4,i.L.: v,,. i ' OFFICERS ELIZABETH MOORE . . . . . President MARY BETH ALVIS . Vice-President IRENE DENNIS . Secretary S ELOISE LANE . . . . Treasurer ELIZABETH SONBERO Corresponding Secretary PEARL ANDERSON . Sergeant-at-Arms I ULLEEN LEAVELL . Room Sergeant MARIE WAHLERS . Pianist ETHELYN HALLING . Chorister HISTORY Royal Academia Literary Society, one of the two senior literary societies on the college campus, was founded V in l884. It has as its purpose the development of and appreciation for cultural values and the fostering of sincere friendship and loyalty. Each year the society stimulates interest with a formal reception in the Fall and open house in the Spring. These entertainments serve as home-coming for all the old Academians. 4 Jaw haiku. ,wa LQUZ Kev' Own' Pearl Simi Heier Kay Ullet l Mach ,TY nded icere ring. gi. Mary Beth Alvis Irene Dennis Eloise Lane Mary Lee Koniakowsky Louise Clarke Elizabeth Sonberg Bernice Bentley Martha James Kay Seiber Nolvis Sandlin 1 Mary Frances Seago Lula Belle McEntire Gwynne Finley Marie Wahlers Jamie Lee Green Ruth Dorman Pearl Anderson Jane McCrary Alma Lee Minnox Marjorie Saffold " - if ff , 'ee as s y ., ,f. ei ,1- Sunbeam Northrup 1 if ,R , fi? 5 ,iff , , Betty West ' Z9 . "" ,, - Ethelyn I-lalling ' t '- A 4-'me' f ,ti Mary Frances Clark , QNX J ,. Helen Halsey Eliza Bishop Kathryn Chapman Bernice Barnett Kay Cooper Eleanor Hanover Nora Dow Young Billie Louise Payne '.k. K Ulleen Leavell ss Evelyn Bunton 1 j P ' u ' ' i Anna Lucile Durham J V Alma SYmonds Members not in pictures: Emily Countess, Kay Elizabeth Moore, Maxine Speck, Elizabeth Stefani, Anna Riggan Julia Mangun Iva Dell Modgling, Mary Isabella Miles, Marjorie Meadows, Pauline Metzger, Patricia Mackey, Mary Eleanor King, Dorothy Hart, Olga Changos, Theresa Newton. I-IISTORICAL---PI-IILA LITERARY SOCIETY Christene Lindsey OFFICERS CHRISTENE LINDSEY . . , . President VELMA LEE SANDERS . Vl'f9'Pf95l'd9V7f CLARA BOWMAN . . Recording Secretary CORINNE HERNDON . . . . Treasurer SADIE BETH HUMPHREYS Corresponding Secretary GENEVIEVE KING . . Keeper of the Archives DOROTHY NELLE POOL . . Sergeant-at-Arms LOUISE DRURY . . . . Pianist RUTH MOORE . Reporter HISTORY Historical-Phila Literary Society was founded on February 22, 1885, by Mrs. Elli Moore Townsend. The club has as its purpose the study of characters in history Whose lives were a challenge to others. The motto is "Certum Pete Finem" and the colors are crimson and gold. Since that time Historical-Phila has offered its mem- bers social, spiritual, and intellectual training through loyalty, sincerity and good fellowship. nsend. The 'he motto is red its mem- Velma Lee Sanders Clara Bowman Ruth Moore , , b I Ernestine Morgan Bernice Poland Jane McQuade W l Genevieve King W Lucille Dyer , . I ,, M, Mary Beth Garrett " X! Billie Huffaker Louise Drury 4 K' ' f f f? ,f as r GG' Rachel La Roe Lola Tidwell Mrs. J. Floyd Smith Mary Helen Rode Rosemary Woodard Dorothy Nelle Pool Sadie Beth Humphreys Ms,-,r A g ivff f V l 4 ,f-A , M ,A 0 q . , . ' ' K V52 l. , ,,.. 0 Q Allena Kinney A i tz, Eloise Moss Ai VV ,b A Maxena Gandy 5 fx :S ,, ' ' . X-if Mary Farmer ' E 'X " F' A , Q R aj'..f':N A 3 HS' N W X Corinne Herndon , -' Mildred Brust A A ' i A, D Vera Belle Nichols Members Not In Picture: Lilla Verne Barge, Gwendolyn Bridges, Sammie Sullivan, Leila Mae Humphreys, Ruth Edwards, Edna Jean Rowell, Betty Waddell, Mabel Lynch, Anna Pearl Lynch, Shirley Gudmanson, Frances Jane Bishop, Annie Lee Bunch, Grace Freeman. ALPHA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS RosEMARY WALKER ...... . . President NELL AD!-XIR . . . Vice-President MILDRED WOLPER . . Secretary Rosemary NValkcr CILE JAMES . . . . . Treasurer Madge, Dvd Y, I Wink l'l0O'fQJ dbvlvf' 4"L'Q"s1f'TlQbf ff:-7721 on !'lflf'f Befeivlw, bfczimg am-l f'3f"5ffT+1I'1' . Wim! 1 17- 1- I I .p ' A Qmfw - hdlzffifw 0-J qs V QQ' Q, 5 ,, A ' f LF C' lf Hisfllcyi-KY 'A' in I 'fra 13cf"3', 'fi ee' pa Orgy' We W4-5 S"'7? Tl ,Alesis 1-rf.. J-0 234 V-Q, Alpha, one of the three freshmen literary societies, was organized in 1930. Since it was the first to organize, it' was called Alpha. During the year it has interesting programs and many social occasions, including a hanque . ' LI U :Q In 0 V V AM A7 et - K- 371672163 fs Q!w,'11f,kc3 F ' 'H 'wr' 'Wa A of 1' M vs ss is as eiiigf Premier wld 2 5 -X Jrlfu Q. 5 ,Q UPL C ,V Q-pqrlig 5- jj I., xltfifd l readlhixi IOVLQ L7 Qv. B CLS. S-,31'vc,'c,v-efvi HJSQyxv5.dv,!s 6' 43 H ' H ?' WM'-ww fa 2 if se 6 M 951 ,": W gf? af ag l Slbll SYS, ' vc Hawkins mu. M 5 Cile James Wanda Gayle Dalehite Clarece Redden Slldgnt fdenr Qfflfy Katherine Miller S ure' Nell Adair Willie Bess Sims 'VO Q I Hilda Beth Gray 7 Dorothy Gunter C1 ve, Marceil McRae ice it was , E Irams and L IVS OV' ' Martha Sue Taylor t 7rG.Sf7,35f! J Elizabeth Fanning Elsie Mae Thorn Qffd Mary Katheryn Lindsly Ariel Martin Doris Cage Sybil Sykes Mildred Wolfer Joye Hart Hazel Faye Evans Members Not In Pictures: Mabelle Colum, Lucy Gass. Emily Jo Gholston. Martha Hall, Varina Jo Hawkins, Annette Hensley, Ruby Putman, Betty Jean Secrest, Pepper Sellers. Elizabeth Underwood, La Verne West. Martha White, Dorothy Bush, Clotelle Wilie, Margie Yarborough, Oneta Hamner. BETA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS JUNE GOODLAD . . - . PFf?Sl'd6'f1f Lois JEAN SARGENT . . Vice-President EMMA LOU WHITE . . Secretary GWYNN BANKS . . Treasurer HISTORY Beta Literary Society, one of the three freshman literary societies, was organized in l93O. The Society meets every Monday night. lts colors are blue and silver and the motto is 'AYou will be what you Will be." Each year the society has a banquet and several other socials. nized in l930. motto is "You :her socials. Lois Jean Sargent Emma Lou White Jane Maris X- f i Dorothy Harwell Charlene McMinn Norma Orrick Grace Eva Kneisley A Virginia Collier Janie Halsell Helen Gates X Norma Jean Lawrence l Juanita Chambers l Frances Marie Davis Etoile DuBard Anna Bette Bennett Ann Hill ! fl. 4 Gwynn Banks Dawn Isbill l E I Dorothy Wheeler V Kathryn Jensen l 2 Mary Ann Outlaw ? Imogene Sawyer Helen Hinkly Members Not In Picture: Winifred Barrett, Glendora Grant, Mary Hardin, Mary Jo Henson. Carmen Saw- ! yer, Catherin Scully, Geraldine Vaughn, Billie Akins, Charlene Bering, June Tennyson. 1 1 I , , 1 l f . 7.4! uf ,I ,Sf ' I ,E+- 4 arf' l K li li lf H Li il fi EZ f2 1 ! E! it 15 fi ,. 11 it lf .. ll il ll i ll Qi Qi sn ll ,. .. - l ,. 11- 21. .,, . , 1 1 3 1 il ,i if ,U Qs 4 "' 4 1, -Ap' U I fi if 'Eff' f i J Laid' lf l. V 'l li i, l w vi 1. V ,, ii l i I li I i z , r V I yi II l L 4 S, lf . lf H F, i i 4 if li , ll E . GAMMA LITERARY SOCIETY 5 tl All Madge Crow OFFICERS MADGE CROW . . . . . . President LOUISE MCNAUOHTEN . . Vice-President DORIS STAOOS . . . . Secretary CATHERINE STEWART , . Treasurer HISTORY Gamma Literary Society, one of the three freshmen literary societies, was founded at Baylor College in l93O. Its colors are blue and gold: its motto is "Excelsior" Gamma has an annual reception honoring the three freshmen societies. During the year Various social events are en- joyed by the members. A t l , fn V bi 1 v v I .1 L 4 Leli lg It Alam' P lf! Mm. I Slgwar Clover lt Baylor n annual S BIC Ell- MWAK ,. rlrfaaw at 3 M C A! stein lg Julia Mangun Ruby Smith Eleanor Molesworth Dorothy Richardson X Q O it Nancy Melba Clark A Lela Toungate Betsy Dulaney 1 Wulf l my WMS wa ,Mi ,if N em iwmwdwmf Mafwawa or Members Not In Picture: Bobbie Abney, Josephine Appleton. Sue Barker, Aurelia Countess, Maribell Evans, Mary Hart, Gertrude Hocutt, Alene Ivey, Emma Lou lVlcCleskey, Beatrice Pearson, Lucille Sharber, Catherine Stewart, Irene Stovall, Doris Thomas, Louise W aller, Dorothy Vvlcise, Dorothy XVilliams, Tommy K, Williams, Clover Zander, Doris Jean Baugh, Vlylary fljlfelen Maud, Patsy Kelly, Elizabeth Eargerson, Evelyn Glover. .- a 1 K A KVJQMWI lp , R ' ,U ' K .. v ' 0 A-AL -X Cf"PLjxZ Y ,f :XVI , LM M- 1 A I 'X ' ' W I -I . - v :"4 lf 1' 1 1 -4"'i1Lf' Lf ff' 9 Pvwi -L"'fL7-"3',fxY-1, i 'ZLL Vi -'bi'-ifyf -f .1 bf V1-ug , J ' w XL!!-4c,N ,xx J ,.!4b 1 If lhgr Y , . , A yf ' - . 1 A J .J 4,4 1 f ff ' f f VMAQ1 Q owwj xi UML 'fyjm MVQWWTD 'M M 'J 1 ' 0 . . ' g , , V, A ' . W 25 ,W www, M w,ui N, W . V . 1 2 0 f , J kjfi ff' Q y fp N f - 'i ' . fgl, fmvkj fl-Z.,-,m,' ',LAA,,,P fL ,kk ,j'C5jfff,-,JE Q.Nj9fKQx,fi!, Llffifv-fA,,lL 5U,L,i, 'ly KL ff, X1 U rj V ff W - r Q- ffl! ' 'X' iff . f Z f - -fit! 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J" ' W' ' ff rf, 1 ,, 1' ' W 6'x.,,f'i , l A f fx A f K hx f I, ,f f lr f ,X I ffsx , LO V ,M ,ann ll? f 9.1 1 M I V A ' 5 , . C ' ,Q 3 ' 3 Q, I L Y . by ,Y gf, janv if ,uf v 1. - Q., K. fkl ,, + ,LQ Q L , f A , H14 JY. Wx, ff "' Q' f, ' ff A ,K ' ff L Mag, K9 f LV, 'gl YH - A al I p - lv ' ' N , JL,-, J' 2 H44-UL 7 ffmy W, F QQ 1 x 4 V fvwmff f j . 1,M,f,,,,JQ I f 1 J1.a4g,..,41l ,meg , I f-Ay? CVT, X 1' T . x ,M -JJ, , 2 1 I . y 1'-A 1 K' 1 'j , , -4 1 ' fy F HUNURARY I ALPHA CI-II OEEICERS MARTHA JAMES . . . . . President MARY LEE KoN1AKowsKY . Vice-President ELOISE LANE . . . Secretary RACHEL LA ROE . Treasurer I Miss MILDRED HosK1Ns . . Sponsor Martha James MISS EMMA C. KING . . Sponsor MRS. L. B. REAVIS . , Sponsor HISTORY In 1922 the Texas Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi was organized. The object of the society is to promote scholarship among undergraduate students, leadership and character. Each year the local chapter takes in new members with junior, senior, and graduate standing: sends a delegate to the annual convention, and has a banquet with an outstanding speaker for its guest. MEMBERS First Row: Mary Lee Koniakowsky, Lucille Dyer, Eloise Lane, Marie Wah Second Row: Ethelyn Halling, Helen Rowland, Genevieve K' V lers, Rachel La Roe. ing, era Belle Nichols, Clara Bowman, Third Row: Miss Mildred Hoskins, Miss Emma C. King, Mrs. L. B. Reavi Not In Picture: Billie Louise Payne, Mary Helen Rode. A S. , LM, ...........................i... ---4-----JI -- A Preszden 9 res: 9 Secret F Treasurer Spon f SPOHS Spons ' Promote S m nw a banquet JUNICR SCI-IGLARSI-IIP SCCIETY OFFICERS ROSEMARY WOODARD pmmdem RUTH DORMAN Vzce President RUBY GUEST Secretary Rosemar oodardfff fyzff 'J jj, jj 0 fl ff fbff J jf HISTORY if f Junlor Scholarshlp Soclety was founded ln Mary Hardm Baylor Co lege mjfl!93O The purpose of the soglety yfil not only to st1mulate scholarshlp but also to form a connectmg lmk between h1gh school graduates and Alpha CQh1 MEMBERS Fzrst Row Jul1a Mangun Dorothy Harwell Evanell B1les Crle James Mary Helen Rode Madge Crow Second Row Ruth Dorman Lora Lowrey Lola Tldwell Mlldred Brust Beatrlce Walschak Mary Eleanor Kmg Thzrd Row Wxllle Merle ONe1ll JamyeLou1seQu1nn Joye Hart Martha Sue Taylor Mary Turrentxne Not zn Picture Ivy Andreas Lucy Gass Lorene Thompson Llelwyn LeLou1s Sammre Sulllvan Ruby Guest X X I I V 'P ld nt ' U y ......... . Q .......... ' - ' l l 1 - so 1 l J, or ....,...... U X2 Wljfy 01- i D fy? V ll'f1,f 9 Kf n r n 5 1 M TJV ff, 'J 1 MK 1, I. J af! I It , , , f Q 1.1 A X .I 'Y yyujfh nl!!! jx T T T ' ff' ' I d ff 'li Q 'WM .4 J I HL ff V jj' ff, YN fx f 1 X 'ff M55 . . . . . i lj , w, 0 ,fi ' ff I is . .' . , A X! 1 .xylf , e , , K , ,, , r cvyv -,e1. i,c , ,:.kZ by fl r X 1 if SIGMA DELTA PI OFFICERS I Marina BAUCQM Errior . President l AUSTRE CAvAzos . . Vice-President ' l GENEVIEVE KING . . Secretary Mattie Baucom Elliot LULA BELLE MCENTIRE . Treasurer HISTORY The Spanish Society, Sigma Delta Pi, was founded November 14, l9l9, at the University of California. In 1921 it was agreed to invite the Spanish circles of other universities to join with this society, making a national organization. In April, 1931, the Sigma chapter was established in Mary Hardin-Baylor. y MEMBERS First Row: Austre Cavazos, Genevieve King, Lula Belle McEntire, Oneida Trussell. SecondRow: Miss Elizabeth Q. Alexander, Willa Mae Kelly, Dr. Margaret Kidder. B111 ' A1335 IE V XVIII? I I P1 C in l 91 E mfzbof I Rss: Serif Durham. Ihr. Nc: A I ! F 1 Pmfdenr Ice-President Secretary Treasure, ifornia, In a national PI GAMMA MU OFFICERS MILDRED HOSKINS , p,eS,',1,,,,, t ANNIE MAE MELTON . Vice-President WILLIAM T. STANTON , S ecfe tary Mildred Hoskins HISTORY Pi Gamma Mu, the National Social Science Honor Society, known, as the Texas Zeta Chapter, was organi7ed in 1928 at Baylor College. The purpose is the inculcation of the ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude and method, and social service in the study of all social problems. MEMBERS First Row: Annie Mae Melton, Mary Blair, Jamie Lee Green, Martha James, Margaret Rouse. Second Row: Mary Lee Koniakowsky, Sadie Beth Humphreys, Elizabeth Moore, Lucille Capt, Anna Lucile Durham. Th1'rdRow: Edith Welch, Willialn T. Stanton, Gordon G. Singleton, A. C. Gettys, Myra Smith. Not In Picture: Marie Cron. li .,.. lv ?rf!f' -'f CL- I VJ l N , I , .Q X 19,14 " .rf 'fffsifl V s Q' all as f :isa l l V QQQ If r f W 1 f WAKE I is X f X , M, 1 PQ 2 I I Q ff as R . .. .. lan, . 3 ,, i t ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OEEICERS ERMA HARDEN . . . Presidenf MABEL LYNCH . . Vice-President I MAXENA CANDY . . S Erma Hardin ecretary I GRACE EREEMAN . Tfeamer HISTORY The Association for Childhood Education was formed in 1930 when the International Kindergarten Union merged with the National Council of Primary Education. The Mary Hardin-Baylor Branch was organized on November 23, 1935, with Demeris Buchel for its president and Miss Winifred Mabry sponsor. MEMBERS First Row: Maxena Gandy, Louise Drury, Mary Miles, Edith Welch, Martha Redwine, Faye McClure. Second Row: Bonnie Lou Kelly, Eloise Lane, Eleanor Hanover, Mildred Brust, Anita Reddell, Beatrice Dugat. Tl'1z'rdRow: Cladda Mae Albritton, Johnnie Williams, Erancisca Chapoy, Evelyn Claybrook. Not In Picture: Mabel Lynch, Jewell Fowler, Katharine Lake, Mrs. Cenevieve Atchinson. IW ry I, Ae RW XG. . ll ir' - IL -I 0562511 P. Buchan KH Bass S In II It Lorena ,IAF IW ,-I X, H0011 President . 7- A . l lc.-President Secretary Treasu jefgamrl Umon as orgamzed on klcClure Beatnce Dugat HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS VELMALEE SANDERS ......, , , , presgden, ALLENA KINNEY --... .... V ice-President RUTH DORMAN ...... .... . Secretary IVA DFLL MODGLING Tfeasu fef Velma Lee Sanders NONA MAE WILLIS Publzczty Chazrman HISTORY The Home Economlcs Club was founded 1n 1920 Its motto IS Strong rn wxll to strlve to seek to f1nd The club sponsors a style show xs hostess to D1str1ct Hxgh School Home Econom1cs and enjoys many soc1al OCCHSIOIIS MEMBERS First Row Irene Denn1s Allena Klnney Iva Dell Modghng Marjorle Saffold Ehzabeth Yancey Evelyn Buchanan L1ll1an Ewmg Lola Txdwell Charlotte Cole Second Row Ruth Dorman Martha Hall Mxldred Wolfer LOUISE McNaughten Hazel Faye Evans W1ll1e Bess Slms Dorothy Gunter Catherlne Stewart Dorrs Jean Baugh Thzra' Row Jane McCrary Annette Hensley Ehzabeth Underwood M1ss Rowena Anderson M1ss Ruby Seal MISS Lee I-Iamxlton Not In Pzcrure Audra Walker Emxly Countess Beatnce Pearson Mabel Eakm Ada Cathey Irene Burton Lorene Burton Nona Mae W1ll1S WA QW 1, as f ff sv' ? M 2' Q6 'QQ 'S' if 'NS '7f f 9 Qx P4 s 1 XS' fel' w l r I l v ! ' ' a A I 1 p 1 I ' ' , , , J I Y , , , Y Y Y . 'f f r 1 1 ' I .V 1 ' ' I , , 1 , . I , 1 1 f r Y . ' ffzlf L 1:3-: ' . S5 I gifs V- f f, I 25: fs . ' 1' -' f 7' f ff! ' 'S X -. ?T" "'7l 1 a use ff A f ,f Y. .. I ff 1. ' Q 1' Z' 5:2 5 ss .-sf Q I -,K 1' 2:5 Q' v' , I, X ,N A: N ' 4 ' 11 M .ua 4 w - ., . 4, , . A , ,K f 4 ' f ? X fl ' ww f ""P "iff ,Hy , .wr f I Y "2 ' li:-' '. 15' 'fr , I NYC , ,f ' f A w '15 ' I . 52:2 1 A .::- 5,,,,M - .I 4 f ff . j 'rr 71,53 s wing 5 vw -, 1 2 ' ma y ,,avZ7?sS:fc' W1 ' ff . , ' 'K NIT ' s2'f:5:':::' :12s21'f:'ff11e,: .Je ge- 4 . ae-- as . S I Q1 ,, , ,, a Z, , , . z "'-y',+- ' V -H' fs f X! f 1 ' - -W - I X " ' 5 1 Q 51 gl, ,rf , ' 5 i f 1' I CLUB OFFICERS JAMIE LEE GREEN . President I INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS MARY EVELYN SMITH . . Vice-President , MARY BLAIR . . Secretary-Treasurer Jamie Lee Green MARTHA JAMES . . Librarian HISTORY The International Relations Club is one of the younger organizations on the campus. Its purpose is to stimu- late interest in international affairs and progress of peace. It is sponsored by the Division of Intercourse and Education of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. This year it sent two delegates to Shawnee. Oklahoma, to the Southwest Conference, ' MEMBERS A First Row: Mary Blair, Martha James, Elizabeth Moore, Ruth Taylor Moore, Mattie Baucom Elliott, Bernice Barnett, Helen Halsey, Velma Lee Sanders, Olga Changos. Second Row: Ernestine Morgan, Mary Farmer, Dorothy Nelle Pool, Lora Lowrey, Elizabeth Sonberg, Helen Lee Barclay, Pearl Anderson, Ulleen Leavell, Christene Lindsey. Third Row: Mary Lee Koniakowsky, Willie Merle O'NeiIl, Jane McQuade, Mary Beth Garrett, Edith Welch, Alma Symonds, Eloise Lane, Eloise Moss. Not In Picture: Mary Evelyn Smith, Ruth DeYoung, Maria Mitchell. 4 Q , . '4wI,,, 1 I , N. ,, A.. at , ,- ff rf ft" ' 5 W, 'ONS ' President r lice-Presidem . retary- Treasure, ' Librarian OSC is to stimu. lnrercourse and 5 I0 Shawnee, Elliott. Bernice Sonberg, Helen inrrett, Edith BUSINESS CLUB E l OFFICERS BILLIE HUFFAKER , Pg-ggridgnl MARY BETH GARRETT . Vice-President BILLIE LOUISE PAYNE . Secretary ' " EMMA SMITH . - Treasurer Billie Huffaker HISTORY The Business Club was organized on November 26, 1937. The purpose of the club is to affect a better understanding of business and its problems and to bring about a closer relation with the business world. MEMBERS First Row: Nancy Joline Furnace, Emma Smith, Lula Belle McEntire, Gwendolyn Bridges, Billie Thomas. Billie Louise Payne, Delphine Granberry, Bernice Poland, Minnie Ruth Smith, Ulleen Leavell, Mrs. Minnie Miles, Mary Beth Garrett, Anna Lucile Durham, Frances Farmer. Not In Picture: Sammie Sullivan, Miss Burrill, Thelma Turner, Sadie Beth Humphreys, Willie Merle O'Neill, Marjorie Meadows, Buenos Keys. OFFICERS AUSTRE CAVAZOS . ROSEMARY WOODARD . ONEIDA TRUSSELL l 3 HARRIET SUE WOOD Austre Cavazos ALMA SYMONDS . . DR. MARGARET KIDDER HISTORY "El Circulo Adelante" is an interesting phase of the Work of t held twice a month. Manners, customs, and historie songs, games, proverbs are learned. Each year the club presents a Spanish play. SPANISH CLUB . President Vice-President . S ecrerary . Treasurer . Reporter . Sponsor he Spanish department. Regular meetings are s of Spanish-speaking countries are discussed, and Spanish MEMBERS First Row: Rosemary Woodard, Oneida Trussell, Harriett Sue Wood, Alma Symonds, Grace Kneisley, Gene- vieve King, Irene Chafouris. Second Row: Billie Louise Payne, Martha Redwine, Mary Farmer, Erancisca Chapoy, Imogene Sawyer, Dawn Isbill, Buenos Keys. Third Row: Mattie B. Elliott, Betty J Secrest Betty Waddell Lula B ll M E . , , e e' c ntire, Edith Sandlin, Eleanor Hanover, Dr. Margaret Kidder, Miss Alexander. Not In Picture: Jo Joiner, Hazel Wilson. ,aa ,M ,, R fe ? Q K ff I ,X X 9 Sf eil W fc ' ' President . X7 ' I ice-President S?lTgfary ' ' Treasure, ' R9P0rter ' SPOUSOQ' ular meetings are fd- and Spanish Kneisley, Gene- Sawyer, Dawn zndlin, Eleanor L V il l 3 PLAYER'S GUILD OFFICERS MARY BETH ALVIS . . President ELIZABETH ,STEFANI . Vice-President FRANCES GUSTAVUS . Secrerarg i Mary Beth Alvis HISTORY Player's Guild was organized in 1930. Membership is open to all students who are interested in the produc- tion of dramatics. Each year Player's Guild sponsors the observation of National Drama Week on the campus and the production of a number of one-act plays. SENIOR MEMBERS First Row: Elizabeth Stefani, Frances Gustavus, Gwynne Finley, Anna Riggan, Lucille Dyer. Second Row: Leola Vinson, Mattie Baucom Elliott, Helen Halsey, Ernestine Morgan, Pearl Anderson. Third Row: Evelyn Bunton, Edith Welch, Louise Drury, Edith Sandlin, Elizabeth Moore. I lf. r. I s if sb, W, 537 zf521'TsfF' ,f1:e 4:35 QP - M ,ww ..g2fs.,.Qf af -VANQMA is , 0 .,Wf:, Q, ,X ,,.s ,arf M. v x ffs , 4 , ,sv X., .. .. 7.7, 4, iw ! A ., " X- 'MET-M. Rf' 5 "V . ' 1 f i E' ., 71 ' - K ,. 'h rgszeer " Q ,V ' i f, l , A 1 - C l B. S. U. COUNCIL OFFICERS LUCILLE DYER . . . . President ELo1sE Moss . . First Vice-President WILLIE M. O'NEILL . . Second Vice-President rf ULLEEN LEAVELL . . . . Room Sergeant Lucille Dyer MARY F. DORSEY . . Corresponding Secretary SADIEBHUMPHREYS . . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS First Row: Mary Blair, Eloise Moss, Willie Merle O'Neil1. Sadie Beth Humphreys, Ulleen Leavell, Jane Mc- Quade, Mary Eleanor King. Second Row: Lora Lovvrey, Mary Frances Dorsey, Genevieve King, Ruth Taylor Moore, Christene Lindsey, Allena Kinney, Mary Frances Clark. Third Row: Ernestine Morgan, Rev. A. C. Miller, Erma Harden, Maxena Gandy, Martha Redwine, Miss Margaret Rouse. x s . N -- i 4 K Y 4 ., ., . . . presidpm Fllfgf VA lfgprm-d l Pill fOl1d V' I 'Ce'Pf'981dQm , Room Sergeant eSPOnd1'ng Smetary ' ' TT ?GSl1f'gf Lcavell Jane Mc hnstene Lmdsey Redulne Miss SPECIAL WORKERS LORA LOWREY . MARX' BLAIR . BUENOS KEYS . ELIZABETH YANCEY PRANCISCA CHAPOH OFFICERS - - - .... President . . . . . . Vice-President . . . . . . . . Secretary . ....... Treasurer Membershzp Chazrman MEMBERS Lora Lowrey Fzrst Row Mary Blau Eranusca Chapoy Buenos Keys Ellzabeth Yancey Martha Redwme MJVIS Fort Second Row Irene Chafouus Maxena Gandy Ulleen Leavell Jane Mc uade Leola V1nson Wmllle Merle O Nelll Thzrd Row Austre Cavazos Betty Sue Carhsle MISS Ruby Lee Seal Dr A C Gettys ffi f f xy rx Gif K s X MQ? N, 'W L! A9 gf m ly V09 466 fx! X f Aw v 9, f I an My X :lg lg, xfy A2 u ay 0126137 o Q Z , 4 Q , . . 1 z l I 5 , , , , , . . I f u , , Q , , 1 ' - 1 . , . 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Social Chairman ALLJ4, ff' I ff' . , Q ff' 1 fr .4 , ., f, ,f f' -f' . , f 'lex' If'- ,X ,141 Z f - I , , , ,f I , -1 1- ' , ,, D ' fp 1 fi' ' ' " Q 'iii lf" f X ,J f--f-- .J , f , f , , f , Y f, ,f H I Y, xg , , 4 ph ., an I f I, 5 . - "' V 1 , " - f f ," K. ,.,,,.. 21 K. 1' I, ' ' ff " ' X 7' . ,. ,. ' fl' .f -aff ffrff' Jyruf .1 ,f Iii' f ,e I ' . WZ ' f, .,, 77-- .1 ff e' fff ,f' f f ,f,g f' 1' , . ff' , f 4 X MEMBERS First Row: Elizabeth Moore, Elizabeth Underwood, Sara Gass, Jane McQuade, Mary Eleanor King, Thelma Turner. Second Row: Lois Jean Sargent, Betty Waddell, Erma Harden, Eleanor Hanover, Allena Kinney. - President - Vice-Presidenr . Secretary - . Treasurer 'al S?TL'iC9 Chairman Program Chairman . . Chorister . . . Pianist 'ardship Chairman Jr: Study Chairman Social Chairman Jr King' Thelma nr1fY"' 5 Q- is P' r - 5 1 I I Q punriunnuns v-i 1 I ,,fg'QT:l3'-r I---"' nw ' 4.1 I-fs,--V--:"' ' on .... ' Q f .. :rs QAM ffff . ' ,,,. N, . hf.. fs f st C. is ,N W WN, . - ' few' ' ' f 1 ,-0 ,,,A I.. A BLUEBONNET SNAPS OE THE EDITOR At the suggestion of this charming young lady, we are going to wire Hitler and Mussolini as follows: "When Europe grows dull, come over here and we'll show you a real job" . . . and may we say, Jamie Lee, one well done! Even if your parting words were Hthe deed is done, the die is cast" , . . you need have no worries. .a- 7 XVI' gf! Us 1 .rf qi " -, l 1' n i. xt I ' P ., ' 'F' f I I I I ' STAFF JAMIE LEE GREEN . . . . Editor ETHELYN HALLING Business IWGUUQQF LOUISE CLARKE Organization Editor MARY BETH ALVIS . Feature Editor KATHLEEN COOPER . . AVF EdI'fOI' ELIZABETH MOORE . Grind Editor CHRISTENE LINDSEY Copy Reader BONNIE MARIE WRIGHT . Class Editor PAULINE BROWNE . . . Sports Editor MARY FRANCES SEAGO . Fine Arts Editor ETOILE DUBARD . . . Assistant Class Editor NANCY MELBA 'CLARK Assistant Organization Editor I THE BLUEBONNET is the yearly publication of the associated student body, THE BLUEBONNET office is located in Hardy Hall and has the rep- utation of being a perfect "mad-house". Although each staff has it bow individual Way of Working and assembling material, they are agre thing: it's fun . . , this presenting the college to itself through the lle e ual. i fa x . - Hlflef Europg SllOW YQ Say. if your ne. the ferries. , , Editor xfiness Mand99f vfzafion Edilof Ffulure Ed1'I0f , :lrf Editor Grind Edl'f0f C 009 Ready Class Edfifof groom Editor :iris Edfifof :Claw Edfifof ,mon ffmor ' iii'i t VQJ X X? if f X J W X, X 1 1 f 4 f 45 A f l 'L I V... . W LW NN. NM I-T 0' J g-'ms M ,I-.,iu,iHsLfLYi'f.i,iJiang!!13I2.54E4,I,-:kgagFlgggjf-qiiigrisceagpai-lifiig5513.2..3j.qig.ji7geg?E+I?IfTEsEafZfZ?Iaxa3qZ.iu1,-ggi., 5'g1:,.: ,1I.g-31-71,-.5 . ,- ,, ,1?,g.,g,,,.fq Tl-IE BELLS SNAPS OF THE EDITOR This young miss is always pressed for time . . . has her Staff at hand . . . except when she has to chase them down for deadline Of Thursday . . . and gets Our vote for doing a paper worth reading . . . here you see her On campus, at desk and poised in flight . . . one of her many conferences. CHRISTENE LINDSEY MARY FARMER . ALMA SYMONDS . BERNICE BARNETT RUTH TAYLOR MOORE ELIZA BISHOP . , ONITA LEE . RUBYE MULLINS . THERESE ANDERSON CLARECE REDDEN . MARTHA SUE TAYLOR JUNE GOODLAD . HELEN LEE BARCLAY STAFF . Editor . Reporter . Feature Editor Business Manager Associate Editor . Society Editor . . ClubEditor Circulation Manager . AlumnaeEditor . Reporter . Reporter Reporter . . 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Xt' . ,Xe Law,-X-?..ww,M1fX fi 145 ' f c , i L -'ty 35, .XV -3 I , t t 1 ' w 4 ,Q new nz' ELLJ XX-fr xg..- r M ' - , ,' ' ,lf Rfpf 4 V V , , V , -cl V Vx . V' V ,f X, , V. V. l 5 STAFF MARY HELEN RODE ,,....s... .. .Q ,f asf, f f 4f,,, 'I .iffy , ,W .ta . , X ' x f X 2 f f-, X .. 4. 4809 , ,-4 .- 74 f x. fxd f ,XFX 1 ,W ff f Q, .af 1, tvs isa-We .K M, WW? 4 ,X 5 Q f x Q, V, , . . . . . Editor BILLIE LOUISE PAYNE . Associate Editor BETTY WEST . . . Associate Editor BERNICE PoLAND ....,. . . . Typisr BERNICE BARNETT ...... . Business Manager Not In Picture: FRANCES JANE BISHOP .... Art Editor The first BAYLORIAN, the college magazine, was edited in 1911 by the English Department and THE UNITED STATEMENTS, the newspaper publication. At present the BAYLORIAN is edited by a separate staff With the help of a sponsor from the English Department. 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That next year all picnic grounds and creeks are to be moved to the cam- pus so as to solve the 'ichaperon prob- lem" . . . should save the Wear and tear on Uthe younger faculty member." That Ac and Hiss are thinking about some new requirements for member- ship: Ac is going to require Sunday School membership of its prospects . , Hiss Will demand at least a speaking acquaintance with the "better nite spots" , . streamlined reform measures? That APPLE-POLISHING is now THE accepted policy for students? For further detailed information see Nurse Hamner . . . whose tactics are Dean- ewest out! That there Was once an Alpha Chi member Who could pass the RAIN TEST? x 4 l Q l 1 1 5 , 2- J . 4 E I i l l l 99 0 ako Q' X 9446 X103 046 O M6 Qi , o,,5Q714 4,s,, jg 1 4' s' 94900 I4- .0108 Navi 76, I QQ' X4 D ee! y OV' 10 46" Ng' me in cont NA 0 UIQ oflh Fo I ks mee-b Suv Af' , A Q n new Demon of Mef7"C?J- dfdwtf' Pl' QIWQYS was fboi- 'fwo '79-DCIS weve bel+Qp',-, OWS? .. bei-no Z- beaded is O answed -sigh-6 beffen 4-bon befng Z- -Faced ! Too bud -H155 uvvfT1n0J1"WC15YDLf -f-aleem in -the dining hau- f This 5f de +0 'HN 4 A be.c0U5' X5 M M IF. FVOQHQQ 4 mQkQs Pwftqf s X 's 0 MQ, lb! 5 o.1,qk1, irq' 6 ,sbs yi 1- Qu. he is sm ' vga 'S fme,,hy.,4h"e an :eef ouv lemon o v'C?l- fl always vol- 'lwo weve l1el'lerln .. belrg Z- , is o censored lhf better Q77 belflg Z- -paced! Q-sl lhis s pace lovingly clediczo-l-eel 'l'o 'l'l1e. Campus Boys.. l.'Je.C.0U5e. H35 Phenomenal- 70011 abil?-I-7 'l-ou'l'uke ff" YN X X QPC wx o-'seiojf is X, O'-C Q eye Ska, atb,-.f3L.. Q XY' cf' 6' 4' of lo Sao 'V xff 0- se 'Q ax IF.. 'vue-i-ice 'M akes 'PET'-FQC+ Dec- af l 5 'S' 1 .Z V . . It Was a warm day in spring . . . in one of the music studios sat three students -passing the time of day-getting ready for a session with Tannhauser no doubt. The instructor, deciding that the water from some stale posies should be emptied, hit upon a novel idea: she instructed the girls to walk out on the roof of the arcade . . . wait patiently until someone approached .... then proceed to pour the water on the head of the innocent victim .... Some of us just must have our little fun you know! Well, so the story goes: the young and unlarned students proceeded to do as told . . . meandered out to the ledge .... waited . . . time grew heavy on their hands .... they dealt a hand . . . er pardon . . . fact is that soon a nice game of HI spy" was in progress Cthese were spying out victims .... while the art students from third floor were spying themy . . . Miss Town- send, of the Junior Misses Department, approached. Joy! joy! screamed our little ones . . while fond teacher looked on from her sheltered place in the win- dow. Miss T. drew nearer . . . our chubby ones poised in flight . . . per- haps we should say "Plight" CMiss T's if she didn't dodgej . . then she joined the game and "spied" . . . we won't say what else she did . . . to put it mildly, she "got 'em stated." Some- what abashed for the time being, our little dears let Miss T. go unharmed . . . . but returned vigilantly to watch for the next victim . . . they hadn't long to wait. A group of Stewdents came puttering along . . . this time our wee wreakers of vengeance didn't hesi- tate: a-one, a-two, a-three . . . and splash: oh, wet a day! . . . Gleel glee! cried teacher from her second story window . . . BUT . . . what's sauce for . . . and a gentle trickle emerged from the windows of the art studio . . onto the heads of our unsuspecting juveniles it splushed-Too bad dere teacher was still shelteredl Just shows to go you that there ain't no juzticel SFECTQI47 ! X' SHININGQ - Cm -'fflrne 7 50 ... Q11 wha-rg, ycoiodjkxzks A 1l,,u'l' fc 'Y O X 6,w'bQQ,vm .K Q gs 0 TA R QYN1+l1.l 1 I u dm w A qzzckfe " 5 A xN Y-'O C-Po-P -PQ-p+l,er info U , Q Sei. 'gov-6 2,92 von-n 1 wah fe-rs vS. Snell?-ng? A SFQQIQH ' - uimg, Sm Qi oclde aber in tt srl i v O zo? xx ij! 45' , , . '3HlNlN6l . l-listory of a l-lope Born: To the Student Body of Mary Hardin- Baylor, March 17, 1937 Godmother: Sally Provence, senior Chrisrened: STUDENT FORUM Development to maturity: it didn't I-lilmentr Too-many-cooks-spoil-the-brothosis with indifferentitis complications Entered fatal illness: September 16, 1938 Died: September 17, 1938 Cause of death: Neglect and Strangulation Age: l year 3 months . . . . the saddest words of tongue or pen . . . .and hang on to your wigs .... . . the worm turns .... AND ORCI-HDS . . To: Corinne Brown: our idea of the ideal B. S. U. secretary Aileen Lockhart: whose place in the hearts of students isn't the kind to be Wordy about Clarece Redden: for being "all-round"-and we do mean it as complimentary! Dr. and Mrs. Singleton: for being "good sports" AImf1Symonds: for being brilliant and cosmo- politan Without rubbing it in 1VIrs. Overton: for being able to teach Job himself something about patience Mr. Vann: for not getting in a rut and not forcing anyone else in ANYBODY . . who tackles this job next year! H D N Wh n You ve come to the end ............. e ,.. 315' I'-W, A., LVL ENl,YlfiL: My . Excl A BIT? 5'4" Q Sunni- ' Sami? Q BHEJIVV. Biff.. V ENE: M Blgmf' Ball. I L Bl .... L Bent! V3 Benny- BNA wr .1- Hmhv - Mfr 8115: uf 3151175 Elm f-fl Bla:ka'f': EM., '- HQLIQQE B, ,, H2523 2' E l ,.w. 1 QA ,lf .- Poms' PM F. Bmkar.: Bridge C Brow: .H Bam, Y' Bmz. . Smr- ' Em. kk. Buchan Bu: Buzzh .EQ Bunch. ,Hg Bum E Eunh Q. Bm " Bum Burma, L BM, Dc: Gee Dx Carlisle L n farrajy- V Cm Cather, A, llfgzcs, A. Ch If U up Qi' 'W-fra, Cha FQ: ' 1 .. hlpimrk r sh! L .L LI H- It .......,., Belton Adams, Mary Bomar, Fr. .......... Abney, Bobbie, Fr. ............ . Abney, Mary Lou, Soph. ,.... Adair, Nell, Fr .... ..........,. Adams, Geneva, Fr. ................ STUDENT DIRECTORY .... ..... Box 10 7, Brady -.,.,..,......... Brady .......Grandview Chapoy, Francisca, Sr. .......,..... . Cherry, Paul Fr. Incl A . . pp. ,.... . Claibourne, Herschel, Soph ......... Clark, Mary Frances, -Sr.. ...,, , Clark, Nancy Melba, Fr. ,....., ..-.. .,...Groesbeck Akin, Mrs. Harry, Non-Credit ,..., Akins, Billie Ruth, Fr. ...,......... . Albritton. Cladda Mae, Sr. ...... Alvis, Mary Beth, Jr. ............ . Anderson. Pearl, Sr. ,,....... . Anderson Therese, Fr ..,,..., ,. Andre, David, Non-Credit .....,. Andreas, Ivy, Soph.. .......... .. Appleton, Josephine, Fr. .,,,..,....., .. Argo, Mrs. Virginia, Sr ............. ...,, Armstrong, Charles E., Fr. Provo. Atchison. Mrs. Genevieve, Sr. ..,,,... . Fr ........ Ballenger, Lucille. Banks. Gwynn Nell, Fr. .... . Barclay. Helen Lee. Jr. ..,... . Barge, Lilla Verne, Soph.-.. Barker, Sue Marye, Fr ....... Barnett, Bernice, Sr. ......,.. Barrett, Winifred. Basoco. Bertha, Fr. Cond .... . Fr. ........, . .,.... Sabinal ....... Austin ............-...........,Benavides ..........,...,...-....-..San Benito .......Z301 Ave. XV., Austin ,.,..,....,.,.,.,.,...,,,.,. Taylor .......-.,....,..........Farwell ....,Austin .,.,,,.,..,-,.,,,,r,,,,,.,.,Barrlert - ...,.,......,......,.,.,, Brady ..-...,Forest City. Ark. ,,,,,..., ....,... Belton ......807 N. Pearl, Belton ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,..,,.,...,,.,,...,,Henderson 849 S. Davis, Sulphur Springs .......,.......... .................... Call .....129 Zeagler, Lufkin Ferris Ave.. Waxahachie Rosebud ,, ...,...... .....,.,...,.. ..,, . .... , . Palacios 2621 Morales, San Antonio ......604 Chapoy, Del Rio , .,.,..,.,,,.,...,.,,, Livingston ........................ Dallas ......, Burkburnett ..,....Burkburnett Clarke, Louise, Jr ........ ..... .....,..,,.,,..,,,,,,,,., M i les Claybrook, Evelyn. Jr. .,..,,. ,,,,.........,.....,.,.,,.... I nez Claypool, Helen, Fr. ........ .,..., 7 17 S, 9th, Temple Clements, Margaret. Fr ......... ...... . . ,....., .Copperas Cove Cole, Charlotte. Fr. .................. ........ 1 419 Vrain, El Paso Cole. Vivian, Fr. ..,................. .,,.. C arnegie St., Beaumont Collard, Roberta, Non-Credit ...... .,..................,............... A ustin Collier, Virginia, Fr .... ..,........ ...........,.....,..,..........,... C r ockett Colum. Maybelle, Fr. ............ ...... 7 17 Natl. S. Bldg., Houston Cooper, Kathleen. Sr. ...,,,, ,.,,,,,.,...,,,....., T exarkana, Tex. Cooper, XVesley, Soph. ..... ....... S ulphur Springs Countess, Aurelia, Fr ......... .................. B elton Countess, Emily W., Jr Cox, Joe, Soph. ....,....,.. .-., Cron, Marie, Sr. ..... .... . Crow, Madge, Fr. ....,. Fr. ,... ,,., . Dalehite. XVanda Gayle. Dalrymple, Lillian, Soph. .... .. Daughtry. Violet, Fr. ........ . Davis. Beryl, Fr. ............... Davis, Frances Marie, Fr. .... Dennis, Irene, Jr. .............. DeYoung, Ruth, Jr. ........ Bass, Miriam, Fr. ............... .............. 4 17 N. 5th, Temple Baugh, Doris Jean, Fr. ....... .. .............,................... .Rogers Begamon. Jean. Non-Credit ......,............................................ Al1SIin Bell, Billie Lee. Soph. ............,.................,............... .. ....... Valentine Bennett Anna Bette Fr Bentley Bernice Jr Bering Charlene Fr Cond Biles Evanell Soph Birkes Dorothy Fr Bishop Eliza Soph Bishop Frances Jane Jr Blackwell Louise So h 5103 Carrich Houston 719 Duncanvrlle Axe Dallas Houston Nolanville Lott Crockett Temple Corsicana Dodson, Imogene, Fr...,. Dorman Ruth Soh . . P - ------- Dorsey. Mary Frances, Jr. .................. ,,, ,,,. ,,..,,,, B elton ...,......,...-..................--...Waco ...,,..,..,...,,.,-,,.-.........,.,..,......Alamo 06 XV, 4th, Coffeyville, Kans. ....,.l713 M. St., Galveston ..,,, .,., ,,, ,.... Mosheim ......, 701 S. Reynolds, Alice .......3l3 W. Ave. K.. Temple ,..-..,-..,.,,.,..-,.,..,.. Bishop Robstown Lott ... ,.I.....,......,............ Newton ........Sanders Ave. ,Na cogdoches Douglas, Cornelia, Soph, .....,,................. 1505 Johnson. Big Spring Drawe Joyce E Soph Dreibilbis Helen F Drury Louise Sr DuBard Etoile F Dugat Beatrice Jr Dulaney Betsy Fr Cond Durham Anna Lucile J Dyer Lucille Lynn Sr Buckner Olen Fr Normangec P Blair Mary Elizabeth Blankenstein Beatrice F Bonner James P Fr Ind App Boom Gles J Boone Nancy Lou Soph Boothe Elna Dene Soph Bowles Mrs Tom Jr Soph Bowman Clara J Boyd Helen Jr Breckenridge Glenn Fr Prov Bridges Gwendolyn Soph Brown Annabelle Soph Brown Mrs Worth Fr Browne Pauline Soph Brunson Leola Mae F Brust Mildred Soph Cond 224 7901 Joplin Houston 317 N Sth Temple Temple Megargel Megargel Orange Grost Belton Goldthwaite 1008 Bodie Longview Houston San Augustine Rotan Lockhart Beeville 240 N York Houston Washington Ave Mercedes Belton Dyer Norman Douglas Fr Ind App Ellam Elliott Elliott Ex ans Evans Ewing Ewing Lakln Mabel 1' Fdwards Ruth Post Grad James Non Credit Mary Frances Soph Mattie Baucom Sr Hazel Fayt F Marlbell Fr Lillian Jr P ll Fr Bunch Althea Fr Bunch Annie Lee Jr Bunton Evelyn Sr Burch Curtis Franklin Fr Burns Elizabeth Soph Burton Irtne Soph Burton I oralne J Bush Dorothy Fr Cage Doris Non Credit Carlisle Betty Sue Soph Carradine Maxene J 419 Saunders Belton 402 Trinity Lockhart Marble Falls Troy 16 N 2nd Temple Crawford Crawford 1031 Elsmere San Antonio 2 Del Mar Blvd Corpus Christi Holland Mt Calm Castle Mrs Florence Non Credit AUSIII1 Cathey Ada J Coleman Cavazos Austre S San Antonio Chafouris Irene Soph 13th T5 Angelina Beaumont Chambers Juanita F 908 Forsytht Beaumont Changes Olga Mac Soph 647 Memphis Port Arthur Chapman Kathryn Soph 1027 W Cottage Houston Fanning Elizabeth F Fargtrson Elllabtth F Farmer Frances Soph Farmer Mary J Ftrh Carl Finley Gwynne J Fort Mans Jr Fowltr Jewell Soph Freeman Grace Jr Fultncr Mary Louise F Furnace Nancy Jollne Soph Gandy Maxtna Sr Garrett Mary Beth Sr Gartman Louise Crass Lucy Pauline Fr Gass Sarah J Gates Helen Fr Gholston Emma Jo F . lr.. ...lf-. 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' - f h ---f------------------- '-------- -------"-------- --'-""""""" ' I .IIfIffffffjfffffffjf.'f.'fff ...... 'J - .ff , f. ..... 1 ......... 1 ---...., -------,.---. -.--.--..------ - - - - I .liiijjljjjjjjijjijilji . ' , . ' ' , ' 'Tjlfjjj111IIII1111111IQifIIfE5""f""""'f''S Glover, Evelyn, Fr. ...,.... . Goodlad, June. Fr. .....,.....,.. Granberry, Delphine, Soph. .,,, Grant, Glendora Marie, Fr. ..... Gray, Hilda Beth, Fr. ,......, .. Green, Jamie Lee, Sr. .,..... Guclmanson, Shirley. Soph. .,.. Guest, Ruby. Soph. .............. . Gunter, Dorothy Louise, Fr. Gustavus, Frances, Jr. ....,... STU DENT DI RECTORY CContinuedl ,..,............,,.,........Gober ,...,....,,...Box 3 0 9 6, Beaumont ,,,..................,......-,,,,...., Hochheim ..,,,13l2 Clover Lane, Fort Worth ...-...,.,,2206 Ave. N., Galveston ......,..,...........,........... Harlingen .....,.,,.-...,..-.. Los Fresnos ,..-..... Box 3 3 6, Luling .......609 E. 30th, Bryan ........ ....-...-..,-......,,,.,Ballinger Hadaway, Doris Jean, Fr. .... Hall, Martha, Fr. ........,...,., Halling, Ethelyn, Sr ............ Halsell, Margaret Jane, Fr. ..,..., ,,,,,,,..,...............,.....Kossc ,.,.,,....,........,..Raymondville ---..-......--.Box 466, El Campo ,,,,.,-.,.,,805 S, Brazos, Lockhart Halsey, Helen, Sr. ..............,.. ..... 9 23 E. 5th, Texarkana, Ark. Hammock, Doris, Fr. .......,.................,...,,.s,.... Masonic St., Bellville Hamner, Oneta. Fr. ...,.......,.......,... - .,,..v ....,,,...... B oswek, Okla. Hanover, Eleanor Glenn, So ph. ....,. ......-.,--.,,,.,,,.Wheelock .,,,,,...,....,.,,..-...-. Devine Hardcastle, Norma, Fr. .....,........ .. Harden, Erma, Sr. ...,................ .,,.. 1 10 Illinois, Bay'I0n Hardin, Mary Louise, Fr.,,, ...,...,......................, Hunt Harrell, Glover, Jr. ...,...v,,..,w, ,.,w..,. B aylor Station, Belton Harrison, Harman Troy, Fr ............ ...... .,.............,....... R e d Oak Hart, Dorothy Lurlene, Soph.,.,,. E ..,..,. .,. ,,....,.,.,... ,, ,,,.., Miles Hart, Joye, Fr. ,.,...,,......,,......,,, ..,...., ...,........ B o x 70, Jasper Hart, Mary Antoinette, Fr. Harwell, Dorothy, Fr., ....,.,,.., Hawkins, Varina Jo. Fr. ....,, Hensley, Annette, Fr. ,.,. Henson, Mary Jo, Fr ........ Herndon, Corinne. Sr ...,,.,,,. Hickerson. Charlene, Fr .,,, ,, Hill. Ann, Fr. .,.....,,,,,....,, Hinkly. Helen, Fr .......... Hixson, Sue, Fr. ...........,..,,. Hocutt, Gertrude, Fr. .....,,... Hogan. Mary Elizabeth, Fr.. .,,,..,c,,-.,,-..,...,-..-..,-..,,..,Kerrville ..... Frasier Lane, Ventura, Calif. .-..........704 Berry, Fort Worth .....-...-...-..--..-...-,.,--. Grandview ..-......215 Ave. D., Burkburnett .....,5034 Maple Springs, Dallas .......,..........,..-,.,,...-,,,,.. Belton ...,.......,,818 Booth, Houston ...............-.San Benito ......................221 Shaw, Tyler ..........-.........,...........-......,....Itasca ..........,2lO2 W. Huisache, San Antonio Huffaker, Billie, Sr. ..........,.. Humphreys, Leila Mae. Soph Humphreys. Sadie Beth, Jr. ,..., Hutchins, Helen Maurice, Jr Isbell, Helena, Fr. ..,. Isbill. Dawn, Fr. ,..,, Ivey, Alene, Fr. ...,, . James, Cile, Fr. James, Martha, Sr. .... . Jenson, Kathryn, Fr .... - Joiner. Josephine, Fr. ,.... Joiner, Margaret, Jr. ,.,, . Jones, Gladyscile. Fr-.. Jones. Joanna. Fr .,... Kelly, Bonnie Lou, Soph .... -. Kelley, Patricia. Fr ............. ....,,. Kendrick, Violet. Fr ..., ,. Kerley, Eloise, Soph ..... .. Keys, Buenos, Jr ..,.. ........,,. King. Genevieve, Jr ..... ....... ..,.-,431O Preston Rd., Fort XVorth E. 12th, Dallas E. 12th, Dallas ..,,,,,.................,,,,,Salado 1 ...........,...,,.....,,,...., Belton ......,,.............-.....McGregor ..-.,,510 S. E. 3rd, Kerens J ..-.,,Harlingen Belton ......,,,,, .,..,,,.Barstow ,........,.,,,........,,.... Lott Lott .......Grafton St., Houston ........,............ Greenville K .......Gonzales .... ......Harlingen -..- ...... .., ........ Bellville King. Mary Eleanor, Soph..., Kinney. Allena, Sr. ....,.,,.,..... . Kneisley, Grace, Fr., ...,...,,, .. Koniakowsky. Mary Lee. Sr ....-... .......,....,,,Mart ..,...-.-.....,,,.........-...Lovelady ...........,.....,,,,,,.,...,...Ballinger ....-.14l5 Gambrell, Fort XVorth ..,...............-......-......-Doole .......4812 Austin, Galveston ..........,..............,.Harlingen L Lake, Kathryn, Jr .... . Lamons. Leila, Jr...- Lane, Eloise, Sr, ...... ... ...,.. LaRoe, Rachael, Sr. ..,..,...,,,,, Lawrence, Norma Jean, Fr. ...., Leavcll, Ulleen, Jr. ..,,,,.,,,,, .. Lee. Onita, Jr. ..,..,,,,,,,,,..,. LeLouis, Llelwyn, Soph. ,......, Lindsey, Christene, Sr. ,,.,,,,.,..., Lindsly, Mary Katheryn, Fr.,., Lowery, Lora, Soph. .,.,.r,,,,,, , Lowry, Genevieve, Post Grad .... , Lynch, Anna Pearl, Jr. ,,,...,.,. . Lynch, Mabel, Soph ..... .. Mc McCarley, Maciel, Fr. ,,,-,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,Y McClaskey, Beulah Fay, Soph. ,,... McClesky, Ema Lou, Fr .,,, ,,,,,,,,,, McClure, Faye, Soph ..,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,....,...................... Belton --..-.-.......-,-.,,...-..,...Bridgeport .,.....504 S. Gillespie, Pampa ,,.,...,,.......Box 182, Terrell ...,.,.,......,..,,,,....Nederland ......-.................,,,.Belton ....,..-...,.,.,,..,,..,,,.XVortham ,....,,...506 XV. 35th, Bryan .--......,,..........,.......,-.. Ingleside ......4 5 26 Vkloodsicle, Houston .....,....,-.......-.XVichita, Kan. ............,.-...-,......1-Iallsville ......407 XV. 7th, Austin ......407 XV. 7th, Austin .. ....,., ,Box 112, Luling ... ....... , ...... Glen Rose ....,,,..14th St., Port Arthur ..,,,..............................-.Troy McCrary, Jane. Soph. .............................. 3200 College, Fort Worth McCullough. Audrey. Post Grad. .,,, ,,,.,,,.,,,,-.,,,,,,,,r,,,,--, T aylor McEntire. Lula Belle, Jr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. McMichael, Elsie Fay, Jr. ......... . McMinn, Gharline, Fr. ...,.,.... . McMurtry, Edith Fern. Fr ....... McNaughten, Vera Louise, Fr. .,.. McQuade. Jane. Soph. ........,,,,.. McRae, Marcille, Fr. ..... .. M Mackey, Carol Patricia, Soph. ,... Mangun, Julia, Soph. ...,,.,,.,..,. . Maris, Jane, Fr.. .,,.....,,....,,,. , Martin, Ariel, Fr. ........,...... ,. Mathews. Mrs. Arnoon, Jr. .... Maud, Mary Helen, Fr. ....... Meadows, Margie, Jr. ...... Messer. Estherbell, Fr. ...,.. Metzer. Pauline, Soph. ,....... Miles, Mary Isabella, Jr..-. Miller, Katherine, Fr. ,.,...,,.,,,. Minnox. Alma Lee, Soph, ,,... Mitchell, Maria, Soph ......... Modgling, Iva Dell, Soph. ...,.. Molesworth, Eleanor, Fr. ........ - Moore, Elizabeth, Sr ...,,.., ......,,... Moore, James Tommie, Fr. .,..,,,.... . Moore. John Oliver, Post Grad. ...., Moore, Kay Elizabeth, Soph. ,.,... - Moore, Ruth Taylor, Jr. .......... Morgan, Ernestine, Sr ......, . Mullins, Rubye, Soph ..,,.,..,,.,. Newton. Mrs. Theresa, Sr. ..... Nichols, Vera Belle, Jr. ......... Northrup, Sunbeam, Jr.,..-...... Oliver, Lottie Virginia, Fr ..... -.............,..,,....,,,,,McGregor --.-...---.....DeKalb .---............La Feria -........Box 30, Liberty . .,...................,,.,.,. XVeirgate ...-.....,.. 5214 Manett, Dallas .,-....l104 E. 16th, Houston .......Templc ........... .,,,...,,,,,,, Belton ,............-,...............Franklin --...-.................,,,,....Jefferson .,....820 E. 16th, San Angelo ,,.,,....,....,,.,,,.,,,,,..,,Houston .- ..,..., ,...,,..,,.,,.. 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