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

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Milli gene Jones Laura Simmons San Sayre Sue Smith Shirley Caskey Margaret White Margaret Cannon Peggy Wallace I Dayton Kelley Q g Wmddz- gaylm elim, 7eza4 I ?66 7765 WF? 4 bceeewta 7717- '51 ...c2h... Admawaazzaaaw . . . 77 Zaddddaga ...... 35 dlaaeee . . . . . .47 Wink 7044 ...... 77 77euanaZ6z'dea .... X5 664454 . . ....... 95 1-ffnzafazaee ...... 155 spmd... ...I55 f" gf' V L 52 a :-: . I ..f"F1 Lg WY! ' V" A . . . and in presenting to you Mary Hardin-Baylor College, it must first establish for you that which is MH-B. MH-B is a small Baptist college, dedicated primarily to the education of women. It was established in 1845 as the Female Department of Baylor University at Independence, then known as the Athens of Texas. In 1866, forty years after the college opened its doors for the first time, Baylor Female College received its separate charter from the state of Texas. Twenty years after the formal division of the Male and Female Departments of the school, both were moved from their original site, the Female College being relocated in Belton and the University reopening the following year in con- solidation with Waco University in Waco. Both Mary Hardin-Baylor College and Baylor University were named in honor of Judge Robert Emmet Bledsoe Baylor, Baptist layman and district court judge of early Texas. A gift presented in 1934 by John and Mary Hardin of Burkburnett which enabled the struggling school to survive prompted col- lege officials to add Mary Hardin to the already existing name of Baylor College making the school MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE. f'. 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Dr. Cook, a graduate of Yale with a major in Sanskrit, first came to Mary Hardin-Baylor in 1919 when the college was still housed for the most part in old Luther Hall. During her years of service, Dr. Cook taught German, Latin, French, and "just about anything as long as it was a foreign language." She served for a number of years as librarian, taught library science and saw the library grow from a few books housed in a shed at the side of Luther to the modern Townsend Memorial Library of today. She it was who supervised the move from the old frame building into the new library and she it was who continued work on her beloved special collections even after her resignation as librarian became effective. The Texas Collection, the Old South Collection, the Shakespeare Collection, and collections of college publications such as The Bells, The Baylorian, the Bluebonnet, the Catalogue and other printed materials are a credit to her diligence and perse- verence in rescuing those parts of history and preserving them in the library. A wife, a mother, a teacher, a clubwoman, a historian, a librarian, a scholar, a linguistics expert of the first order, Dr. Maude G. Cook has given unstintingly and without reservation to Mary Hardin-Baylor during her more than 35 years as a member of the faculty. We the members of the 1966 staff of The Bluebonnet, salute you Dr. Cook and dedicate our efforts to you. 15 '46l2,sw1gSi1l1T'?35Iyln ,gg gs saws WHP53 Jnarifuifuh 'lo 1 X to ev X 184 BELTDN TEXAS 76514 H .94 Q9 gb lf 5 f fv. . OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT May, 1966 College Family Mary Hardin-Baylor College Belton, Texas Dear Friends, I want to take this opportunity of expressing my appreciation to each of you for being a part of our college family and for all you have done to make this school year a success, To all those who are graduating, we extend our con- gratulations and sincere best wishes, To all others we express the hope that you will be with us again next year and work with us to make the future of Mary Hardin-Baylor even greater than her illustrious past, Cordially yours, Dr, Arthur K, Tyson President .fu ,, 4' A H. 5,4 . 'iw wr .APE ' br 'H ., Luv- 'Q . V l .C 11 1141 ,.-.9 .W-U 'J'-If ' -'l.-an ,. K " " Ag -'cg Q-Q43 fi Vi 12 fi: ff: f .4 L7 , .--gag: E1 E322 E' QQ, .Ng- B W. A WYE ' : x:?5'?E S H H gig? " .. 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W ri .l:g' 'Hn tl 'gw' 4,' N N w w 1 L V I Seozetazqtatiepzecckd V r Ss Dm, 14. 14. gfqdea Dean of Vmfvwetchw l 7704. 70. 70, 3-afmezf Sewetwzq to Me Dean Dawm of Depauwwaz Seozetafaqtatdefegwhafz Zz, Donald 771. fegdmm -1 14.2 V ,irg 1 Al, 'rm , .,lg..gg 1 . 1 J 51' ,. VU-r .-Wx , ,-,. fd wr:-:f"..:'gr.'.-f .v 1?"F:Q'U:?'k ' ' Y 'WWEZ f ,,,A-r1viL.2:,. UWB Y .V H fb JP! 2 ' fm- " " EE . :YQ-"" SEE? W ww f f -Kim QQ hui? f': Z .. '31 Q22 ' EJ , V b bw ' S W X 4-xx 17 0 W 'YT ' "K ' '. , za., F -fs: ' Q .PA 4 . si-isa 4-M:V.fme2. 2.11 Y :: if 2-5 "'.!,,f Lf! -:- :g:.-. f 1 my . J m 4 1 " , V N ASLI? - . W-. , W ,arf , V L- -, ' wax .,f,.,, H W' , Q Y, -1 is fifimi N N Us-wat.. N '1 I Zdaltaa 220mm 4,6 Szwlwz Smaa DecuaafStadeaz'4 ,mgmw Zwedwpa 'fzeaecvzem Mr. Ted Austin, M.A. Associate Professor Department Head Art Miss Lucile Adams, M. A. Assistant Professor Art Dr. C. L. York, Ph. D. Professor Department Head Biology Mrs. Beatrice Huston, M. A. Associate Professor Secretarial Sciences Miss Joyce Ryer, M. Ed. Instructor in Business Dr. Amy LeVesconte, Rh.D. Professor Department Head Chemistry 24 r Zta-' ,ll .- sta 'In . 'UA ll. fl A- 44 Mr. Joe E. Vaughn, M Assistant Professor Biology Mr. Donald McCauley, Associate Professor Department Head Business .A. Mrs. Dorothy McConnell, M.Ed. Assistant Professor Elementary Education Mrs. Bernia T. Miles, M.S. Associate Professor Department Head Elementary Education Miss Sheila Fling, M. S. Instructor Chemistry and Physics Dr. J. Jasper Garland, Ed.D Professor Department Head Education Mrs. Leola Hunt, M.A. Instructor Elementary Education Mr. Thomas E. Ryan, M.Ed Associate Professor Education Dr. Iva M. Fussell, Ph.D. Professor Department Head English Mrs. Evelyn Brashears, M.A. Assistant Professor English 25 ws,- qi" sf Mr. Kenneth C. Young, M.A. Assistant Professor German and English Mrs. Minnie Henderson, Associate Professor Department Head Spanish M.Ed. Mrs. Virginia Brumbach, M. Associate Professor English Dr. Willa Claire Cox, Ph.D Professor English Mrs. Mary Long, M.A. Instructor English 'ir .AK 1 ,glam - ax KSF' i""Ear Dr. Maude G. Cook, Ph.D. Professor Foreign Language Miss Mildred Little, M. Ed. Associate Professor Department Head Health and Physical Educ Mrs. Sue Beall, M.A. Instructor Health and Physical Educ Irs. Barbara Chaney, M.S. ssistant Professor ealth and Physical Education r. Jack P. Dalton, Ph.D. 'ofessor epartment Head Qstory iss Eula Burleson, M. A. istructor story and Political Science it . Helen Ball, M.A. ociate Professor e Economics . Ruby Dennis, M. A. essor e Economics . Mary Robinson, M. S. stant Professor e Economics S Mr. William Harlow, M Assistant Professor History Mrs. Edna Capps, M.S. Professor Department Head Home Economics ., - gag Mr. Dayton Kelley, M.J. Assistant Professor Department Head Journalism Dr. Madge Lewis, Th. D. Associate Professor Library Science Miss Rachael LaRoe, M. A. Professor Department Head Mathematics and Physics Mrs. Marlene Delavan, M.M. Assistant Professor Music Mr. Louis Galanffy, M.M. Professor Music Mr. Roy W. Hedges, M.M. Associate Professor Music 28 Mr. Delbert Williams, M.Ed. Assistant Professor Mathematics Dr. James T. Luck, Ed.D. Professor Department Head Music Mr. Larry G. Willcoxon, M.M Instructor Music Dr. I. Campbell Wray, Mus.D Professor Music Dr. J. A. Reynolds, Th.D. Associate Professor Department Head Religion ' n m wr as an E E sf is a , E s 5 ,rs . a E , I I' Mr. Boyd McCreighr, M.S. Instructor Sociology Mr. James R. Enfield, M.A., M.R. E. Assistant Professor Department Head Speech Miss Ruth Williams, M.A. Instructor Speech and Drama 29 KZ? I Dr. T. P. Edwards College Physician Mrs. Vuginia Bowen College Nurse Miss Margaret Caskey College Nurse Mr. Ray Blackburn Director of Food Services Miss Mary Lee Vines B. S. U. Director Mr. Clarence Kattner Bookstore Manager Mrs. Corrie Lierman Postmisrress Mr. Joseph Williams Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Miss Daphane Kerley Assistant Librarian Mrs. Violet Stone Library Assistant Mr. Chester Stork Field Representative Mr. Jack Vick Field Representative Mr. Wayman Whitley Field Representative Mr. W. M. Kemp Field Representative Mrs. William C. Moffett Field Representative 7704. jean falaafe Mamma Seaetwzq af ide ,-iiamaae 5 Zz-Studemfe A ! v Inu Zxecatwe Secfzetwuf agile zfdamaae 5 Zz-Stadevvw A :Ina 9 1 S . r 3 L Mrs. Dessie Fagg Mrs. Theora Guinn Gettys Memorial Dormitory Burt Dormitory Mrs. Susan King Ruth Stribling Dormitory iu II - , 3,5 ' .- 5. ' ,I ,QT A 1,5 Mrs. Oma Linder Mrs. Annie Sealey Ely Pepper Dormitory Relief Hostess In charge of keeping campus buildings in order are, from left to right: Mrs. Mike Alva, Mrs. Lelah Donnelly, Mrs. Loretta Kinsey, and Mrs. Marge Whitis. fl. I i . g-'- , Q +11 '-'- Taking a break here in the power house are, standing left to right: Ed Naranjo, Mike Alva, David Allen, William French, and Albert Alva. Sitting from left to right: I. W. Williams, Russell Durham, Walter Caldwell, Charlie Johnson, Red England, and Pierce Ferrell. 34 Q J 1 J 2 F Laundering, pressing, and folding are the jobs of these ladies. left to right: Mrs. Bertha Smith, Mrs. Effie Cox, Mrs. Era Mrs. Lyda Wilhite, Mrs. Bertha Rogers, Mrs. Ellie Turner, Mrs Lillie Isaac, Mrs. Estelle Anderson, Mrs. Arlene Staples, Mrs. Ernestine Faulk, and Mrs. Mattie Powers. Snitching some of their own cooking are, left to right: Joe Raymond Powers, Fred Duarte, Mrs. Lila Mae Sheppard, Mrs. Wilhite, and Mrs. Edith Ferrell. ,1 is - A , IFE: -4. Q. X - w 'ef If Y if V! -i I 1 55 Ii E! 5,64-n-an iwf,-Q-i-'E na' H v 'N ? 24 ' t- gg-'Qv W Y r 51" 'g ' ' 5-tm' ,- - . -, A- 1 if 7 , f ' ' if, 9 SQ? .- A 1 .Q 4,1 '-, A viz' ea f 6, :ga -mf -4.gell f.A.1-f:-:,:-- if - 5, 3 ' f '- :'wQ,f J V, . 17' -iff-xgg. f -' pa, -- A - ,, "ffs.g?fSi 'H,gwg,4e ,ij-L'pfi.w,5,..i f Tf:?i, K f' -ara' f-5 f - :E 'I-IQ-: Q 'r., , 4 L pf' F . p N .5 . -r-Z1 55 - -Lam 17,5 rr. .....-I-W f , ., swf: i f 5 A iumvnmman H A ,. :g Qfeafwl lag: ' " o v o -.4774 1 I riff-f" ' "' ,,f, ' ,-f' ,,.- A"""' Zfffgx' . - H1 ,-'L .lr .4 -L:4,- , 3. Y V -. , - f ...-..-..-.-, A '. - ,', , . ' ..,.. l .f-' ...., ..-s-.1-.-....-Y ,Y - -- H . V V 1 , - H -1-" -P Y W--W' - pmt- , - --- -- .Z-f -any -nv. ..--ns- ,gin-ow if "'-Einar-haue' f- - V '59 - f , . ' ,' ' ' -'-'Y-'----vw'-'-'v' 1 0' Y ". - - ' - , JJ, ff.-as ,My 1 4.1 -, .. Y I ' ,,.-,waz A ,: , 4... , A ' Q -Q..-e111-.-...uv ' . 'W -f'? Ffzeum 7440 Wade Sachace 7146! I illi llll 'Zfmdq Danny 7146! 2 'ifafl ame Wane "Practice makes perfect" is the Home Economics department policy. The Home Management House provides actual facilities for students in this field so they can study in more natural surroundings. JF! r 35 1' mild 8' The bookstore and the post office have been re- located in the basement of Ely- Pepper Dormi- tory this year. Plans for the new chapel, a student center, and overall campus beautifica- tion have necessitated the move as these new buildings will replace the old bookstore and post office site. In time of need, the health center stands ready for any illness, whether it calls for sweet, pink pills or a shot in the arm. and pddl Office .Fir 8 'il -i U ,, Em I Sig- Fepfea 73-'aid 24414 Svulfdnq Dofmultofzq xf' J' 4' . 4 340 n M :I , , . J,Ji,,,i.- '..,,,,. - . - L - - V - v 1- Dofzmrflfwzg fW'iuns-Q YY' "' A '-' :A-ff'w.,L:..f,, ii 3 11 it K1 13:11 allillli n , ..., .. - ' V i . , LW A,.A H yy ,, , ML-:RH My me PRESIDENT Sheryl Churchill- -Vice President Charlene Jackson- -Secretary Judy Saringer- -Treasurer Barbara Williams SP' Mr. Edward Mercer WO' own' Mrs. Barbara Chaney Miss Mary Lee Vines Mr. Donald McCauley 7966 BARNER Texas Health, Physical Education BULLION Texas nalism a I i 1 H 6 Q MURIEL ALQU131' TOMIKO ARIMURA San Antonio, Texas IaPaf1 BA, Sociology BA, Math SARAH BROOKS MRS. CHARLES BRACE DIANE BUCKNER Shelbyville, Kentucky Belton, Texas Big Spring, Texas BS, Elementary Education BS, Home Economics BS, Home Economics .Kgs ff' ?' JOYCE BURKHOLDER MARY ANN BURKHOLDER JANET BYRNE San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas FOI! Sam Houston, Texas Bs, Math Bs, Business Administration BA. English. History C . YVONNE CANO SHARON CARDWELL LOUISE CARPENTER MARY CARTWRIGHT ' E1 Paso, Texas Groesbeck, Texas E1 Paso, Texas Crockett, Texas BME, Piano BS, Health and Physical Education BS, Elementary Education BS, Elementary Education ec, We 'mm OM gagdn SHIRLEY CASKY SHARON CHA TCIT1P1S, TSXHS El Paso, Texas BS, Elementary Education BS' 106' ' S ROSALIE CHAO ANITA CHANCE LINDA CHANEY MARION CHU Taiwan Houston, Texas Belton, Texas Hong Kong BS. BUSUTSSS BS, Elementary EdUCHfi0f1 BS, Elementary Education BA, Chemistry, Biology, CHURCHILL MARNA GAIL CLARK JANET L. CLEMENT PATSY COOPER Worth, Texas Pasadena, Texas Denver, Colorado Holland, Texas Speech BS, Elementary Education BME, Music Education BS, Home Economics an .fauwq DEANNA DANIEL CARMEN DAVILA ,WL Harlingen, Texas Pearsall, Texas l BS, Speech BS, Spanish, Sociology T A DUGGER LINDA EDWARDS MELVA GARNER DIANE GRYSEELS x, Arizona Havre, Montana Belton, Texas Humble, Texas Home Economics BS, Elementary Education BS, Business BA, Biology 4 21 'Ebel-' Pk? 5-Q 'n , 1-155-s'? " fir -' ' afafsf ,' I i F KATHLEEN HAAS Moody, Texas CHARLOTTE HANCOCK Metairie , Louisiana l PATSY HENDRIX Holland , Texas BS, Elementary Education BS, Math NOAMIA HARVEY MOLLY HERRERA Taylor, Texas Bryan, Texas BS, Business Administration BS, Spanish xl Q CHARLENE JACKSON MILLIGENE JONES Lamesa, Texas Plainview, Texas BA, Journalism, Sociology 46 MARTHA KNOLL Killeen, Texas BA, Sociology ,f wif' .11 ' DALIA HERNANDEZ Benavides, Texas BS, Business Administration PING ING KWOK Indonesia BA, Music 'hav- 5 BETH MAPLES MARSI-IA MAO New York, New York HOuSt0n, Texas NNIE LAW anklin, Texas 5, Elementary Education BA, Chemistry BS, Elementary Education W L.. .. .. 5 1 . X f ra . Q Q 41" Ev 95 ,,ig3h, NANCY MCCOY RUTH McFADDEN Gatesville, Texas San Antonio, Texas BS, Elementary Education BS, HOITIC ECOf101T1iCS KAY MARTIN , Chilton, Texas BS, Elementary Education MCMILLAN IANIE MINTEN DELORES MORRIS EARLENE NEELY Texas Falfurrias, Texas Houston, Texas Dallas, Texas English Elementary Education BS, Elementary Education BA, Sociology 47 5 LA NELL NEVES JUDITH ODOM Granger, Texas BS, Biology, Chemistry , ,HT 'H -. ' ' "ji" ' fu. .U., F ERNESTINE OERTLI Bertram, Texas BS, Elementary Education, Biology and Art LUPE OLIVAREZ San Benito, Texas BS, Business Administration Buna, Texas BS, Home Economics Wad? to 4ee, 0646 gdqgdfh pfzacwl U of tie .1 3, Q' r. 52 ,. ,Q A -a WANDA POWELL Houston, Texas BS, History NORMA PULLIN Nixon, Texas BS, Health and Physical Education 48 ff VICKI PRESSLER McGregor, Texas Elementary Education BETTY RALSTON REBECCA REDDEN MARY REYES Waller, Texas Franklin, Texas San Luis, Mexico BS, Health and Physical Education BS, Math, Health and Spanish and Religion Physical Education I 3 5 v , 4 v i B A JEAN SCHRADER Teague, Texas BS, Home Economics MARILYN SCHWANK Lorena, Texas BS, Elementary Education HELL ROGERS yneron, Texas Elementary Education MRS. NAOMI SHEPPARD MARIE SHORT Temple, Texas Belton, Texas BA, Sociology BS, Elementary Education YVONNE SHEN Hong Kong BA, Chemistry ,ul l J V .B x l dk fa, - H. A -, Q - tix J ,g, Z fe 252 ll N A aff N , away: -Z L SMITH REBECCA TAM SANDY TARNO JO THOMAS tn, Texas San Paulo, Brazil Shreveport, Louisiana Killeen, Texas Art BS, Nutrution BS, Health, Physical Education BS, English 49 1 'V l A B LEMMIE TILLER JUDY TOWNSEND BETTY WARRICK Bartlett, Texas Salado, Texas Salado, Texas BS, Elementary Education BS, Elementary Education BS, Business Administration NELDA WHITIS MARTY WILKERSON BARBARA WILLIAMS Belton, Texas Devine, Texas Harlingen, Texas BS, Home Economics BA, Sociology BA, Chemistry l 4 Q T '-R X-4 W MARTHA WILLIAMS IAYME WEST Killeen, Texas Roundrock, Texas BS, Elementary Education BME, Mugic Education ig ANNA WONG SENDY WU ANNA YU Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong Business Administration BA, Chemistry BA, Chemistry, History DAISY YUNG IRENE YUNG IANICE ZADIK Hong Kong Hong Kong BENCH. TGXHS BS, Chemistry BA, Sociology BS, HOF-'16 Economics cazckw President--Margie Ckouch Secretary--Elaine Jackson Historian--Janie Vick Treasurer--Anne McKinney Parliamentarian - - Shirley Holder Mr. Delbert Williams l I Mrs. Sue Beall Mr. Thomas Ryan Mr. James Enfield IH 1, ' i n va . . ' -'PELITQ I , ' . , , . , 4' I Y "f-E U li 4 5 JEAN B. ALLEN LINDA AVERITT DIANE BALLOUN MARY JANE BARRON Tyler, Texas Beaumont, Texas Houston, Texas Uvalde, Texas PI-IYLLIS BETHUNE SANDRA BLACK Dallas. TCXQS Salinas, California J- J N .JM Laf- CAROL BROWN LYNN BROWN Midland, Texas Dallas, Texas KAY BRYAN JEANETTE CASTRO DIANE CLAMPITT ELLEN COOPER Belton, Texas Corsicana, Texas Beaumont, Texas Holland, Texas l K 9. 'f ww, W , .N --I 'I J , ' x MARGIE CROUCH NANCY ELLIOTT MARY ELLEN FELPS JUDY FORRESTER Corpus Christi, Texas Dickinson, Texas Austin, Texas Belton, Texas ANNETTE GLASSCOCK JUDY HIGHTOWER Fort Worth, Texas Beeville, Texas E l is JEANIE HILL SHIRLEY HOLDER POICCI, Texas Killeen, Texas ELAINE JACKSON JUDY JELINEK JANE JOHNSTON NELL JORDON Lamesa, Texas Dallas, Texas Mesquite, Texas Rio Grande City, Texas BETTY KEENON LINDA MARTINES MARLENE MIXON PATRICIA MOORE Winnie, Texas Temple, Texas Jacksonville, Florida Moody, Texas JUDY MORRIES GWEN MOSLEY Temple. TGXHS Mission, Texas Y V' ' ELLEN MULLER ANNE MCKINNEY Torreon, Mexico West, Texas f w "' W . BETTY OLIVER SHARON OLIVER DOROTHY PARHAM IENITTA PETTY Loving, Texas Troy, Texas Moody, Texas San Antonio, Texas -lui-U SAN SAYRE GENELLE SHANNON NANCY SHA LAURA JO SIMMONS San Antonio, Texas McAllen, Texas Taipei, Taiwan Fort Worth, Texas . X., ELAINE SIMPSON ELAINE STEPHENS CAROLYN STEWART ANNE TATE Malakoff, Texas Temple, Texas Devine, Texas Dickinson, Texas MARY J Temple WANDA Humble , O THOMPSON MAGDELENA VELARDE JANIE VICK LINDA WALKER , Texas Montclair, California Canton, Texas Irving, Texas WISENBA KER Texas GRACE WU Taipei, Taiwan President- -Sherry Browning Vice President--Ann Paredes Secretary--Patti McGuire Treasurer--Joyce Williams Parliamentarian--Ianell Harris Historian- -Kay Pritchard Reporter- -Peggy W allace Cheerleaders - -Beverly McLester Camilla Allen c N l i l Dr. Jasper Garland Mrs. Helen Ball l N I 1 Dr, Jack P. Dalton Y GLORIA CI-IAPOY Del Rio, Texas JANIS COQUAT Corpus Christi, Texas SALLY COX Corpus Christi, Texas NANCY CRO MWELL Stamford , Texas PAM DAVIS Abernathy, Texas PAT ERNST San Antonio, Texas EDITH FERGUSON Houston, Texas CA THY FLENNIKEN Arlington , Texas SANDY AKIN Dallas, Texas KA TY ANDRES Georgetown , Texas CAMILLA ALLEN Pleasanton, Texas MARIAN SUE BELL Houston, Texas BETTY BROOKS Crawford, Texas SHERRY BRO WNING Dallas, Texas CANDYCE BYRNE Ft. Sam Houston, Texas GAYLE BURTIS Temple, Texas CHARLENE HENDERSON Temple, Texas SHARON HUNT Edna, Texas CAROL INMAN Bon wier, Texas LINDA IRV IN Moody, Texas JACKIE JACKSON Crockett , Texas BETTY JOY Austin, Texas CAROL KLEMPIN Dallas, Texas KARREN ANN YOUNG E1Paso, Texas TINA GARCIA Tampa , Florida CAROLE GILMORE Temple, Texas WINNIE GRIFFITH Nokesville, Virginia SHARON HALL Luling , Texas IRENE HORTON Fort Worth, Texas JANELL HARRIS Moor park, California LINDA HART Kempner , Texas SANDRA HILTON Beaumont, Texas 'PX RUTH PADILLA E1 Paso, Texas QUANITA PARKER Austin, Texas PAM PEPPER Houston , Texas SUE PORTER Killeen, Texas KAY PRITCHARD Waco, Texas MARY PUGH Urbana , Indiana CAROLYN REAGAN Beeville, Texas LINDA REYNOLDS Fort Worth, Texas JINI LEE Malaysia JANET LEMKE Rochelle, Texas MARILYN LIVELY Baytown, Texas RUTH MCDANIEL Sinton, Texas PATTI MCGUIRE Refugio, Texas BEVERLY MCLESTER Dallas , Texas MARIAN MCQUEEN Houston , Texas KAROLYN NORWINE Phoenix, Arizona S ." if ' -A LaNELL WELCH Moody, Texas JOYCE WILLIAMS Greenville, Texas JEANETTE WINKLER Temple, Texas YEN YEN YE!-I Malaysia f -- I I J 1' f DIANE TRIBBLE Fort Worth, Texas PEGGY WALLACE Belton, Texas MARISELA SALDONA Corpus Christi, Texas SHARON SCOVILLE Fort Worth, Texas BARBARA SELF Many , Louisiana MARIA SESSUMS Calvert, Texas IAN SHOEMAKE Alvin, Texas JANE SMITH Breckenridge, Texas JEAN SMITH Killeen , Texas IACKIE SOUTH Killeen, Texas V ,H .5 4'l"1E-'i "' ' . ,vyvgiat , wg., Q .. , 'V We ti"-f I 1, - N ' 1 , ,i Left to Right: Kay Schwertner, Treasurer: Joy Rogers, Reporterg Sharon Sledge, Secretary: Carol Davis, Pianist: Tommie Lacy, President, and Jamie Chaffin, Historian. Not pictured is Emily Burke, Vice- President, Mary Alice Brumbach, Parliamentarian. Left to Right: Mrs. Brashears, Mrs. I-Iyden, Mr. Kemp. and Mrs. Tyson. Not pictured is ,f' is ..,, I f" A 1 T 1 ,' , if A .1- up ,I nv 5. , A , M72 'vii S, 'Q Z 1 1,9 x , 5:23 ' w V , V-dl 6 -ali , fx If Fr' V., ll J it Y ' 'QV "L DQ .E " M L1 'J -, ., .in fn I ' X. ,Ja if 14' r ,V f - A'-4 ' Wx, I I . ff 6 'WI 'IW :V 1 af ' 1 X i ar.: .Y j A 'F 1 ' x 1 ai - X uf 17 if Q Ti K f ,UT J, 6' Jw .ij ,, Q 1 ,' A 5,5 J i 'x M. r Sue Hines Johnson City, Texas Faye Hodnett Rising Star, Texas Louise Howard Mourovia, Liberia Claudia Hutchison Waco, Texas Elizabeth Jackson McKinney, Texas Mary Lou Jackson Austin, Texas Margaret James Belton, Texas Marietta Jeanes San Antonio, Texas Jewel Johnson Boerne, Texas Judy Johnson Waco, Texas Carolyn Kattner Belton, Texas Gracine Keller Victoria, Texas Arnetta Ketchens Temple, Texas Sunny King Waco, Texas Nellie Kletzly Killeen, Texas Karen Kovar Rogers, Texas Tommie Jean Lacy Houston, Texas Mary LaGrone Killeen, Texas Cindy Lain Pasadena, Texas Lindy LaRoe Belton, Texas i Joyce McSwain Plainview , Texas 65 .Jiffy .I V J Lesher Joneen Looney KHICH Mafiflm Linda McAfee Marie MCK3mie Texas E1 paso, Texas Brazoria, Texas Houston, Texas MOOCIY, TGXHS Sue Hines Johnson City, Texas Faye Hodnett Rising Star, Texas Louise Howard Mourovia, Liberia Claudia Hutchison Waco, Texas Elizabeth Jackson McKinney, Texas Mary Lou Jackson Austin, Texas Margaret James Belton, Texas Marietta Jeanes San Antonio, Texas Jewel Johnson Boerne, Texas Judy Johnson Waco, Texas Carolyn Kattner Belton, Texas Gracine Keller Victoria, Texas Arnetta Ketchens Temple, Texas Sunny King Waco, Texas Nellie Kletzly Killeen, Texas Karen Kovar Rogers, Texas Tommie Jean Lacy Houston, Texas Mary LaGrone Killeen, Texas Cindy Lain Pasadena, Texas i Lindy LaRoe Belton, Texas Joyce McSwain Plainview , Texas 85 W V w l w T as , Sf ri-'if' '-vfzaf . 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F5215 X , E57 Q V , N, .3 L11 fi N it was W Kay Schwertner Temple, Texas Nancy Sealy Dallas, Texas Marlene Seng Kowloon, Hong Kong Mary Seward Gatesville, Texas Ann Shanks Austin, Texas Mary Linda Sharp La Porte, Texas Sharon Sledge Tomball, Texas Barbara Smith Wheelock, Texas Rhoda Snyder West, Texas Linda Steed El Paso, Texas Wanda Stewart Stayton, Oregon Barbara Stringer Lufkin, Texas Donna Vymola Fort Worth, Texas Fairy White Fort Worth, Texas Denise Walker Bandera, Texas Peggy Millinder Waco , Texas Elizabeth Aston Temple , Texas 67 gm Left to Right: Jerry Troy, Jerry Hendricksen, Mike Helms, David Cargill, Leland Yarbrough, Tom Jeter, and David Dyess. lg- A? , . f,. -, .RH Y in ! ' Q r r A ' il it l U r W N 1 David Cargill David Dyess Mike Helms vi ,, :A 4 VI' v, . '1 Tom Jeter Jon Mark Moore Jerry Troy Jerry Hendricksen IM' Leland Yarbrough ,Q .H 7 5:9 ma ' -4' , C jul W., ij, gg I C ,- -, - gf gx , 'v il ' I .nc . 1 A -T N g . 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Q 3 I Jr l - 5 I l it-zz ii. , ef-,V -1f5:'i1f3ifLL :af ' - " Zaggafuzerz Dallas, Texas Freshman Student Government, Legislativeg Religious Chairman, Fire Marshal, Burt Hall: Dormitory Chairman Gettys Memorial Dormitoryg BSU Freshman Council, President, BSU, Summer Vice President, Publicity Chair- man, Sextetg Women's Athletic Association, Recording Secretary, State Recording Secretaryg Texas Student Education Association: Sigma Tau Delta, Vice Presidentg Blazer Club: Phi Epsilon Mug A Cappella Choirg College Trio. Major: Physical Education, English ,,,w+f47if- , 'Q shmoe: Groesbeck, Texas Student Government Association, President, All-College Cheerleader, Legislative Representative, Miss Blue- bonnet Pageant nomineeg Young Woman's Auxiliary, Publicity Chairman, Dormitory Chairman, Ely-Pepper Dormitoryg Woman's Athletic Association, Basketball Managerg varsity volleyball and basketball, Dining Hall Hostess, Texas Student Education Associationg Psi Epsilon Mug Blazer Clubg Royal Academia Society. Major: Physical Education 'T A-4" me ,,- xx... .SSL .il , L I 'J "'1w"f' ' Pi' E daleg Temple, Texas Day Student's Organization, President, Bluebonnet Staffg TSEA: Advisor, Kinsolving Dormitory, fUniversity of Texasj. Major: Elementary Education ?"V.r? .sph QF..--I-f'n. ' I aft' V, .' 1' K Q31 ei., 4-, .3 -wi ff. , fr ' ' r..v,, . - '1 fi .' W rsaff, Ky, I Hong Kong, Alpha Chi, Vice-President, Science Club, Secretary, Treasurerg International Relations Club, Secretary, President, Delta Psi Thetag BSU, Executive Council, Greater Council, German Clubg Junior Scholarship Society. Major: Chemistry Minor: Biology - Mathematics 1, H 1 W, w I 5, x ,4 4 Sdagi ' Fort Worth , Texas Freshman Class Presidentg Most Representative Freshmang Top Ten Freshmeng BSU Sextetg Sophomore Class Secretaryg Bluebonnet Pageant, First Runner-upg Junior Class Vice Presidentg Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary- Treasurer, Best Crew Memberg Bluebonnet Pageant, Third Runner-upg Burt Dormitory House Council, Head Proctor: 1965 Easter Pageant Narratorg "Campus Clatter" radio program, Coordinatorg Senior Class Vice- Presidentg SGA, Judicial Council Chairman. Major: Speech, Art my -, was sux ,YV ' . Qlr l, LLM E ,bail 4 U xii: v, 4 HYV3 991 . ga A . if , , H 4 fl' -"7 I n fs' - . 152 ,,.. '. 'lf 'Q .T M . tx gg , f . .5 ' , , Y ,, ,. V 'g.' Q, F. in if :wp - . l ' '- ":Y'n , df: '- 'Rfw 1, 454. M5 - 318. .. Marv 5., . 4 5. ' , : 37 LQ f-- 4,19 cunt! Harlingen, Texas Historical Phila Society, Reporterg Pi Kappa Delta, Secretaryg Alpha Psi Omega, Reporterg Social Chairman Ruth Stribling Dormitory, Junior Class Miss Charming, Best-Dressed College Coedg Class officer, Treasurerg YWAg BSU, Freshman Council: All College Miss Charming, Assistant Director of Easter Pageantg TSEA. Major: Speech vlan sg, " Ylang -'aa , ' 1 , . ,r- ff 'A- I t as I , fi H vi , nf' 5 ,fi- f l Q I' ,- 3, . in 4 i.ff':' V. -, V ,V ,,, ,4,- an - 4, .Y 'v F?" . .. ,4 ,, gg, Wt! - A aft , : ij, A wifi - - ,rr - , g '.'- . 'G-Q f.',',i I ,N ' ' -.--ny: ".' v ba! 1 , 12+ . I '.f.-variff . -:df .P 14, 2 gg, - , 1 I-3.4 1 f P '.-'5'r-11.55 Q -,lffx , T. , itz' affair ' ity- F -AQ: iff?- Al, 5- . , 1' ,.,... ,,, 1 'x ,-441614 Daggefz Phoenix, Arizona ,aw , J ,S .4 Vg H -rr I- -'P f Q I AB. 'P "N-s. Texas Student Education Associationg Psi Theta Home Economics Club: Student Government Association, Burt Hall Town Proctor, Summer President, Burt Hall Chairman, Judicial Councilg Third Place winner, Make-Ir Yourself-With-Wool Contest, 1965. Ma j or: Home Economics Havre, Montana Royal Academia Society, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Presidentg BSU, Social Chairmang TSEA, Reporterg Class Cheerleaderg SGAg Representative to Student Conference on National Affairs, Texas A 8a M University. Major: Elementary Education Specialization: History E? 'la-9 'W c 51 fi C l . I I 1 . I I I D I I I I I ' -1 I B I n ' " A Q . -- 1 ,. '-mmf... . l . W-V H: I iiiaigm Lamesa, Texas Ely-Pepper Dormitory House Councilg Senior Class Secretaryg Kappa Pi, Treasurerg BSU Sextetteg A Cappella Choir, section leader. Major: Elementary Education Specialization: Art 9 ,. ., . . , get? Houston, Texas Ely-Pepper House Council, Religious Chairman, Burt House Council, Head Proctorp Baptist Student Union, Secretaryg Young Woman's Auxiliary, Prayer Chairmang Junior Scholarship, President, Alpha Chi, Delta Psi Theta, Secretary, Texas Student Education Association, Treasurerg Royal Academia Society, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Major: Elementary Education Specialization: Mathematics ' ' 9 9 5 0 0 4 ' ' Q ' A -f. . . . . . . Q l ' lj e ' 4 0 0 4 4 A 5 9 I Q p 9 9 Q O O C T 1 l ii- a Q71 ' . ,gr 5,.' ,E Ei sin ,I I x .. 'fi , - A F' I 'A 4 -, , 1 . 7 - ,f l .I- .4 as. . 5' , ie, L i A '1 7' f 5 f.,-N' A .- -' , Q" ' Qui . , : p air , ,R , ' 'v .X V H , , X 1 wr, Ji, 5 . I , -v I, Y 'X 15' , , . 1 nf-551' '27,- . V uv ,sa .. N ' 'ri'-.vf 'eff . ' 'f NN, .mllntvill mmth,-IMVIWILL ,J WHA, V TC? as 5 L . r F21 V mf sf!-il. , if i ,:4l:g3',,,5,f!! .Dim -- '?'5E5gg-,l . Mg I f. T.- K ' -vgnimm. L53 'fjlmigh 1, ew 1 1. ' -fsagaibjf I 5 v - . . L -igagffifgxf T f , f-Zi1.,Z'5QLfEEe-:gr vl . ,. -., ,. .z in 15. ,sr :vu M4414 Wcwewm Devine, Texas Class Officer, Vice Presidentg Blazer Club, Vice President: Junior Scholarship Society, Secretary: Alpha Chi Sigma Pi Omega, Vice Presideutg Women's Athletic Associationg Judicial Chairman of SGAg Historical Phila Society, President: Phi Epsilon Mu, Presidentg Olive Chaffie Boggs Debate Medal, 1963. Major: Sociology his 5 4 . I 'Ur , ff 3,511 nic aa ,, H , - iff, '- Q 1 - V5 - h, 1' a sp,--4' ,shi is f , 'WI 5 -' fs ., i Uni" ga xx C L' i. A ' 1 n P 'hz' r' 'EZ ' ,..,1-wif, fu- jj in J 2 , 1 QE' Q iggj If "'3!i1f'?+ -Q ,Z few 5 ggi? l'giii7f,. Q 95? me 9 1 1, its r-M .J M Htl-Q 84 wir fees 1 ,mg . we 1' "K" '.'--..f,f- . .V-.4 ,Y 2443444 'R i , ri I. 4,- :Avi 'x, W. Harlingen , Texas JE so rh.A:'lM'Ql.'Fg' lxfi 5, Q. fr 5 emmf- fn, - Q feiyrygf? ' si . 4 f 44 it is ?TP?.f"'afW W?- qiifzffwie e - ' w"w5,' f W X - -L A- 'af-Ks - V1 ' , 1' fg 5: j 55-Q-41.5 5 7 r' 1 , 'Mft f. 5 ff- .,4. .1 ,ge a ' - 11.6.13 .. A 3.::fS?1.' f' " 4 , a.. - ..'7' if - Q -. 316: . Q "' -Q V- Class Officer, Secretary, President three years, BSU, President of Freshman Council, Devotional Chairman, Citizenship Chairmang Junior Scholarship, President, Alpha Chi, Senior Carnival Queeng varsity basketball, volleyball, tennisg two year winner of the Doctors LeVesconte-Westbrook Scholarship for an outstanding science student. Maj or: Chemistry U' I 1 riff I . V , -.Y N t .L A . ,,M.'Q Q, . Y I 5131: 'f 'Lk ,, ' N fy 1' , ' ' , . 1. ,A h Inuit' I 5' ,H -Q51 ggi! 1 '- T . 4 .-1, "Q iw-f Q. f ,W 119- L L L. V- ",sgQg4:,,, yzzq' ,'Y 'XR ' :h 3 , , ,L G., ,, -1 Qtfra 1? 1 1 ff Y A 4 4 n 1 E S 1 -71 Wim Gracine Keller, freshman music major from Victoria, Texas, was chosen Miss Bluebonnet, 1966 during the Miss Bluebonnet Pageant in Presser Auditorium. She was chosen by a panel of three judges on the basis of personality, poise, posture, make-up and costume. 'H , 3G ,1 . Y en-L I wg Ne.,-1 87 Q 9 1? A Left to right: Diane Balloun, second runner-up: Deanna Daniel, third runner-upg Judi Reneau, first runner-upg an Gracine Keller, Miss Bluebonnet. 'EQ fif- Judi Reneau Diane Balloun Deanna Daniel First Runner-up Second Runner-up Third Runner-up L' rc 3 NEI 90 V 4? 1 -5 . .-m 'QQ 'isq,5ZG5'1 W-QM L. 3 ff 'QQ 4: - 3,3-3:15 M' jf. 1 H ?L,PF",.i':I,' V 1 41.-,, 5, -, W, 1 11 'J1 1 1 .ff V111 .I J' 1. ' 'r.1 .I H '13-,1 1115 1 11, 11 ' 7 , 1 THEN A- 3 1' 1 r'-Q " W E 74? 1 3 E-. 5 A .' , , -I 1 I W vi: fi 1 121 j " ' J,'I1-1 1 Z ri- 4. M". -3.f7'f ..LF.Y11 1.5 " 'gr 5' Wix .f -FF1' 1, . 9.3"-' ' wr 'J . ng Y. 1 ' 1 . 11 1, 11. , 1, v 11" 1 1 1 1 1 1 '15 1 1 W ini ,ja ' ,W 1 1 ,Q ,K .L 'Qf 'rin "V,-V'1:1i',2f -A ' 11.4.-',.m:'.,' '..f - 1. f 'uri-"J 'Tx' Z , , 1 11' ,W-P11 'in' gy ,f 1:1 my 'ffvyffy I ! .:."'f' .FIPJ1 1' fx' 2 f 1 5, -.Q.,?., is wrtit, 1 1 ,+.H., X N 1 1- 1 1 1 A' N 19 .11 fl 1 J J..1 1 1 1 . , i 411 Freshman Class Miss Charming Sophomore Class Miss Charming Judi Reneau Jackie Jackson ufx E C3 14 1 . gn A fs' 4 Junior Class Miss Charming Senior Class Miss Charming Diane Balloun Deanna Daniel 645 6aed7966 z4 4441631 Annette Austin, freshman home economics major from Fort Worth, was chosen as Mary Hardin- Baylor's entry in the 1966 Best Dressed Coed Con- i test. The contest was sponsored by Glamour Mag- azine which evaluates the candidates by considering their understanding of fashion type, a workable wardrobe plan, a suitable campus look, appropriate look for off-campus occasions, individuality in use of colors and accessories, and imagination in man- aging a clothes budget. Also, good grooming, not just neat, but impeccable, clean, shining, well- kept hair, deft use of make-up, enough to look pretty but not overdone--and good figure, beautiful posture. MH B s best dressed in a campus casual and in formal attire. Q A H X ,-ek x My ,svfggi :iw M gg .mwxf m Q:- ,H - '-rsh? 9:2 if W ,um 5,1 Sf u N 1 Tp-5'3" if . Seated: Sharon Cardwell. Standing, left to right: Judy Jelinek, Yvonne Cano, Anne Tat 4 Sharon Chambers. President: Sharon Cardwell lst Vice-president: Judy Ielinek 2nd Vice-president: Yvonne Cano Secretary: Anne Tate Treasurer: Sharon Chambers 77Ya.,0,fZh-U I I O T, L ,r r' I, .V ,Ll , . .y ,V 1 E' ' I ,S 'mv Seated, left to right: Sharon Scoville, Judy Jelinek, and Carolyn Stewart, Second row, standing: Rhoda Snyder, Ruth Padilla, Gwen Mosley, and Brenda Webber. OFFICERS President: Judy Jelinek Secretary: Carolyn Stewart Freshman Representatives: Rhoda Snyder, Brenda Webber Sophomore Representatives: Ruth Padilla, Sharon Scoville Junior Representatives: Carolyn Stewart, Gwen Mosley Senior Representatives: Louise Carpenter, Mary Ann Cartwright I O U Seated, left to right: Sheryl Churchill, Marlene Mixon, Pat Barner, Anita Dugger, and Betty Keenon. Standing, left to right: Janie Vick, Molly Herrera, Sandra Hilton, and Ann Paredes. OFFICERS President: Sheryl Churchill Secretary: Marlene Mixon Burt dorm chairman and head proctor: Anita Dugger, Sandra Hilton Gettys dorm chairman and head proctor: Pat Barner, I anie Vick Pepper dorm chairman and head proctotg Marlene Mixon, Molly Herrera Stribling dorm chairman and head proctor: Betty Keenon, Ann Paredes :. .Q 'P' ...- ww,-A Seated, left to right: Anita Dugger, Pam Pepper, Mary Pugh, Sandra Hilton. Standing: Ellen Muller, Pat Ernst, Sandra Akin. COUNCIL Dorm Chairman . . . Head Proctor. Secretary . . . Town Proctor Religious Chairman . . Pat Barner Janie Vick Judith Odom Pam Davis Karren Young f, 7 Mtv -pm. 715 .Q - P' 'ff 'av N gent' 'zfaace ' Dorm Chairman. . . Head Proctor Secretary . . Religious Chairman. . . Town Proctors ..... xg ' 'txt x 1 U' .J I C- COUNCIL acne Anita Dugger Sandra Hilton Pat Ernst . . .Ellen Muller Sandra Akin, Pam Pepper, Mary Pugh tw f if Q' fa. fag 1 . we Q - in in in Vg .ss Z Left to right: Karren Young, Judith Odom, Pam Davis, Pat Barrier, Janie Vick. Sly- 79 wwe ' xi vw Left to right, seated: Mrs. Oma Linder, dormitory hostess, Shirley Holder, social chairman: Carol Klempin, town proctorg Beth Maples, religious chairman. Standing: Marlene Mixon, dorm chairmang Ienitta Petty, town proctorg Karolyn Norwyn, late light proctorg Patsy Hendrix, secretary, and Molly l-lerrerra, head proctor. 2,44 swan? am - "ns" li" I 'dw' FW' I I I I ' ' 4.. I. 1 Elm E-en 35:14 IE Left to right: Betty Keenon, dorm chairman, Ann Paredes, head proctorg Mari Saldana, town proctorg Joyce Williams, religious chairman, Velda McLeroy, town proctorg Camilla Allen, social chairman, Janie Minten, secretary. I- 2- In S., . 7466 I F . x . -Miss ' 4 , ,e'i4ifiM" KX Seated, left to right: Barbara Williams, Ellen Mueller, Diane Gryseels, Beth Maples. Back row: Dalia Hernandez, Molly Herrera, Marilyn Schwank, Sara Brooks, Kathleen Haas, Ernestine Oertli, Miss Mary Lee Vines, sponsorg Mary Ellen Thurman, and Rev. Marshall Edwards, sponsor. President: Diane Gryseels 535,76 Standing, left to right: Flora Rushman, Liz Blades, Cathy Cameron, Jonnen Looney, and Elma Gonzalez. Seated, left to right: Judy Daniel, Mary Lou Jackson, Mary Brumbach, Gracine Keller, Sharon Sledge, Rhoda Snyder, Brenda Webber, and Colleen Gossett. President: Sharon Sledge acw770ommeb,-fa " - :t ial ' t Y ' I H -a . L iga 1- PT:-.-. .,4 A A.-N' A Seated, left to right: Elma Gonzalez, Delores Cerda, Marilyn Schwank, Ann Shanks, Ellen Muller, Marian McQueen, Marie McKamie, Jean Allen, and Miss Mary Lee Vines, sponsor. Standing, left to right: Rhoda Snyder, Barbara Stringer, Bonnie Law, Kathy Babb, Maria Sessums, Betty Brooks, Quanita Parker, Gracie Mizell, Muriel Alquist, Camilla Allen, Elaine Simpson, Marie Saldona, Donna Vymola, Linda Whitley, Betty Joy, Nancy Sealy, Linda Sharp Betty Keenon, Janice Coquat, and Gwen Geraths. President: Ellen Mueller 06405 " i i I Standing, left to right: Carol Haywood, Nieves Perez, Kathy Babb, Rose Moreno, Gloria Sanches, Carmen Davila, Genelle Harris, Vicki Perez, Cathy Cameron, Teresa Guerrea, and Janet Lemke. -- f.-'- -wL-,---f- ---Y---133.-? Z Y ' President: Carmen Davila Seated, left to right: Dr. I. A. Reynolds, Mrs. Gladys T. Sanders, Mr. Leroy Kemp, and Patty McGuire. Stand ing: Carol Davis, Linda Griffin, Sandy Mitchell, and Mary Lou Jackson. OFFICERS President: Mary Lou Jackson Vice-president: Sandra Mitchell Secretary: Linda Griffin Program chairman: Patti McGuire Promotional chairman: Carol Davis liz J' , Wg' Front row: Kathy Jarrett, Annette Glasscock, Marjorie Montgomery, Donna Hardin, Sharon Hunt, Gracine Keller, Hattie Casey, Carol Mary Alice Brumbach, Betty Joy, Dana Stork, Judy Johnston, Cathy Flenniken, Elaine Jackson, Ann Paredes, Carol Davis, Gloria Chapoy, Jeanette Winkler, and Carol Gilmore. Last row: Charlene Jackson, Yvonne Cano, Marilyn Lively, Dee Tribble, Janie Minten, Judy Townsend, Linda Steed, Judy Morries, Candy Byrne, Nina Boucher, Flora Rushman, Sandra Akin, Janie Vick, Margaret Brumbach, Sue Walters, and Sharon Hunt er . C HOIR COUNCIL President: Janet Byrne Council members: Yvonne Cano, Annette Glasscock, Charlene Jackson, and Ann Paredes ip 4 J if 5 WMM- Emma 5'- First row: Faye Hodnett, Joyce Castillio, Sandra Mitchell, Elizabeth English. Second row: Joyce White, Joy Brown, Ann Shanks. Third row: Donna Vymola, Wendy Withrow, and Linda Sharp. Fourth row: Mr. Roy I-ledges, and Linda Whitley. Janet Byrne, Mrs. Evelyn Brashears STAFF Editor: Janet Byrne Co-editors: Marjo Angelini Candy Byrne Art editor: Judy Jelinek Sponsor: Mrs. Evelyn Brashears The BAYLORIAN is Mary Hardin-Baylor's literary magazine. It is published once a year, although the staff may elect to print additional editions. It contains a wide variety of selections, chosen from all forms of literature, as well as work of students in the art deparrment. The Baylorian is sponsored by Mrs. Evelyn Brashears of the English department and is edited by Janet Byrne. 70? if 2 f , fix? , 1 Seated, left to right: San Sayre, Sue Smith. Standing, left to right: Dayton Kelley, Anne McKinney, Milligene Jones, Laura Simmons. Not Pictured: Margaret Cannon, Peggy Wallace. Editor: Milligene Jones Editor: Milligene Jones Associate Editor: Laura Simmons Business Manager: San Sayre Art Editor: Sue Smith Sponsor: Dayton Kelley N , . M: QS V ., I V 1' 'Me Edu . E ?-+, -Q. '-g, ,, Y ,. ..,, W 5 W - - ,, v--'11-f - 1-2 'U H . -a, ive '- Y I N , : -..A-1. ,- V , ,ara :Tm 4 1 n-' P ,, --' .. - -l , . fx wf1"m'5 . . .1 f al . 1:--E-.. ,,, ,-. . r ,. . 4, 1'-.uq - Heel--5 " Avrsrrra, . .-- -:S-Nr. X - f-J h,5.,:52 I v,...., '- I 1 "f - -sw, -i Standing: Dayton Kelley, advisor, Milligene Jones, Seated, left to right: Cindy Albee, Kay Schwertner, Patricia Moore, Anne McKinney, Laura Simmons. Not pictured: Mary Alice Brumbach. Editor: Laura Simmons Associate Editor: Anne McKinney Society Editor: Milligene Jones Business Manager: Patricia Moore Reporters: Cindy Albee, Mary Alice Brumbach, Kay Schwertner FRESHMAN STAFF Editor: Kay Schw ertner W e -TIL if iii, 'l'-e - lil U C 1-M11 Q lf' f',4 f xf Seated, left to right: Dr. Christopher York, Sendy Wu, and Dr. Amy LeVesconte. Standing, left to right: Linda Biscup Jean Bess Allen, Sharon Oliver, Gwen Mosley, Nellie Kletzy, Marsha Mao, and Mr. Joe E. Vaughn. OFFICERS President: Gwen Mosley Vice-president: Maria Louie Secretary-treasurer: Karolyn Norwine Sponsors: Dr. Christopher L. York, Dr. Amy LeVesconte, Mr. Joe E. Vaughn The Science Club promotes study in the scientific field in combining faculty and the student interest and to further scientific research. as ckwlkx ' Wall 2 "7" ' " ' ' Qkzw. Seated on first row: Cindy Albee, Dayton Kelley, and Jeanette Castro. Second row: Mary Brumbach, Laura Simmons qstandingj, Peggy Wallace. Third row: Milligene Jones, Linda Whitley qstandingj, Anne McKinney, and Gloria Sanchez. President: Laura Simmons Vice-president: Milligene Jones Sponsor: Mr. Dayton Kelley and Seated, left to right, Sendy Wu and Nell Bolin. Standing, left to right, Mr. Kenneth C. Young and Marsha Mao The purpose of the German Club is to further an interest in the German people, their land, characteristics, and CuStOmS. I Standing, left to right: Ellen Muller, Molly Herrera, Tina Garcia, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, and Betty Keenon OFFICERS President: Lydia Morales Vice-president: Ellen Muller Secretary-treasurer: Tina Garcia Publicity Chairman: Betty Keenon Social Chairman: Rachal Leal '37 First row, left to right: Karren Ann Young, Pamela Pepper, Shirley Kelley, Anne Tate, Fairy White, Marjorie Mont- gomery, and Camilla Allen. Second row, left to right: Cindy Albee, Donna Vymola, Nell Jordon, Martha Rucker, Sheryl Churchill. Third row, left to right: Jon Mark Moore, Miss Ruth Williams, Anne McKinney, Marilyn Hembrock Janet Byrne, Martha Paulson, Sandra Hilton, Wanda Cantrell, San Sayre, and Judy Jelinek. President: Anne McKinney Vice-president: Marjorie Montgomery f Secretary-Treasurer: Lindy LaRoe Newly formed, the purpose of Mimer's Theatre is to stimulate skill in acting and producing plays, and to develop an appreciation of fine arts at Mary Hardin-Baylor, Z' Front row: Vicki Perez, Virginia Sapp, Pam Davis, Norma Pullin, Joyce Burkholder, Sharon Cardwell, Marlene Mixon Second row: Mrs. Sue Beall, Miss Dee Dillon, Mrs. Barbara Chaney, Sponsors, Ienitta Petty, Kay Bryan, Mary Ann Burkholder, and Marty Wilkerson. President: Marlene Mixon 70amea2z fftdfelcb 24 ' ' First row: Sandy Tarno, Becky Redden, Vicki Perez, Ellen Cooper, Marlene Mixon, Ieuitta Petty. Second row: Kay Bryan, Sharon Cardwell, Virginia Sapp, Alcene Rodenbeck, Marty Wilkerson, and Susan Edwards. Third row: Judy Hightower, Betty Ralston, Barbara Book, Alice Bell, Pat Barner, and Alice Williams, Fourth row: Pam Davis, Norma Pullin, Kay Rumfield, Jeanne Brown, Sherry Gilmore, and Geneva Straughan. 'F fe f .2 f if 'i ff 1 -1 I , f' 53:31 -1- F1 fe-'f ,- " ,"',' - ,' vu 'E .' , 4 l President: Norma Pullin , ddgeml' . 1 -nv-un-B.-. I ,J --..f-...Q . , 1 , Standing, left to right: Wayne Billeck, Bill Phillips, Bobby Connally, Noamia Harvey, Lupe Oliveraz, Jeanette Zalman, Jackie Wise, Kathy Babb, Rosalie Chao, and Mary Ann Burkholder. Seated: Mr. Donald McCauley, Mrs. Beatrice Huston, Miss Joyce Ryer, Karen Kovar, Nancy Hathaway, and Dolly Hernandez. iagpedm ,ctw ry! rl First row: Norma Pullin, Jenitta Petty, Mary Ann Burkholder, Pat Barner. Second row: Sandy Tarno, Joyce Burkholder, Virginia Sapp, Marty Wilkerson, Marlene Mixon, Ellen Cooper, Becky Redden, Jeanne Brown, Kay Bryan, Pam Davis, and Sherry Gilmore. Standing qback rowjz Mrs. Sue Beall, Mrs. Barbara Chaney, and Miss Dee Dillon, sponsors. esww S5456 ' ' ' Seated, left to right: Mary Ellen Thurman, Marian McQueen, Wanda Wisenbaker, Barbara Stringer, Sara Brooks, and Mama Clark. Standing, left to right: Mrs. Leola Hunt, Linda Edwards, Janie Vick, Kay Pritchard, Linda Whitley, Donna Vymola, Kay Martin, Marilyn Hembrock, Patricia Moore, Margie Crouch, and Camilla Allen. OFFICERS President: Mary Ellen Thurman Vice-President: Marna Clark Secretary: Linda Martin Treasurer: Beth Maples Publicity: Nelda Whitis Social Chairman: Kathleen Haas Z First row, left to right: Peggy Wallace, Elaine Simpson, Kathy Babb, Mary Evelyn Edwards, Judy Saringer, Carol Brown, Carol Inman, Marilyn Lively, and Mrs. Warren. Second row: Ruth McDaniel, Linda Whitley, Nancy Hathaway, Barbara Book, Annette Austin, Marilyn Buchanan, and Mary Pugh. OFFICERS President: Judy Saringer Vice-president: Elaine Simpson Secretary: Marilyn Lively ' elatchac ll if P ef . 9- ' 'J J I A 1 ? First row: Daisy Shai, Grace Wu, Suzanna Yung, Nancy Sha, Sally Lin, Christina Peng, Marian Lin, Mary Reyes, Sendy Wu, Marsha Mao. Second row: Laura Chang, Jane Hao, Ping Ing Kwok, Cecilia Peng, Lily Loh, Angela Yeh, May Liu, and Daisy Yung. Third row: Diana Yu, Louise Howard, Jane Wang, Lily Wu, Jean Chang, Nobuko Inoue, Tomiko Arimura, and Janice Zadik. Fourth row: Wyma Rogers, Rosie Tien, Suzanna Chow, Ellen Mueller, Marianne Lin, and Marlene Seng. 'J J OFFICERS J President: Marsha Mao -, Vice-president: Sendy Wu Secretary: Jini Lee Treasurer: Jeanne Hill Social Chairman: Janice Zadik Publicity Chairmen: Tomiko Armiura and Maria Louie Marsha Mao f-Maia F9460 Q 1 r s Ja- , milf ' ' :J V 1 .J 5 rl ' ' J 11 , I lr 'li Q F 'Fira- Seated, left to right: Pamela Pepper, Karren Young, Anne Tate, Janet Byrne. Standing, left to right: Camilla Allen, Judy Jelinek, Sheryl Churchill, Wanda Cantrell, Jon Mark Moore, Miss Williams Qsponsorj, and San Sayre. President: San Sayre , Vice-president: Janet Byrne ' HI Secretary-Treasurer: Linda Averitt , J Reporter: Anne Tate Sponsor: Miss Ruth Williams The purpose of the Delta Kappa cast of Alpha Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic activity in the college, to secure for the college all the advantages and mutual helpfulness provided by a large national fraternity, and by electing students to membership, serve as a reward for their efforts in participating in the plays staged by the college. ' pd 0 OFFICERS President: Judy Saringer Vice-President: Martha Wilkerson Est - 1 it ,- ,Y it W , Mi- S Left to right: Judy Saringer, Martha Wilkerson. Sigma Pi Omega is the national honorary sociology fraternity on campus. e6f4u7 Standing, left to right: Marilyn Hembrock, Carol Inman, Joyce Burkholder, Judy Saringer, Beth Maples, Sue Porter, Sharon Scoville, and Ruth Padilla. Delta Psi Theta is the national math fraternity. OFFICERS President: Patsy Hendricks Vice-President: Becky Redden pd Omega pi Left to right: Miss Joyce Ryer, Mrs, Beatrice Huston, and Jane McMillan. OFFICERS President: Carmen Davilla Vice-president: Mary Reyes Secretary: Molly Herrera President: Jane McMillan Pi Omega Pi is the national honorary business fraternity on campus. ' dia 6 Left to right: Carmen Davilla, Mary Reyes, and Molly Herrera. Sigma Delta Pi is the national honorary Spanish fraternity at Mary Hardin-Baylor. Zappa ?a AE 0 Seated, left to right: Sandra Akin, Charlene Jackson, Irene Horton, and Pam Davis. Standing, left to right: Mr. Austin, Carolyn Reagan, Sue Smith, Margie King Wilson, and Camilla Allen. President: Sue Smith Vice-president: Irene Horton Secretary: Sandy Akin Treasurer: Charlene Jackson Reporter: Pam Davis Sponsor: Ted L. Austin The purpose of Kappa Pi is to promote an over-all interest in art among college students and to promote a concentrated interest in the extension of arts and crafts. 7ot4 24- itfbgif it J . if ' fry? 1 EJ ii " . . in if ff: Seated: Candy Byrne, Thalia Jones, and Dee Tribble. Standing, left to right: Janie Minten Sharon Hunter Janet Byrne, Annette Glasscock, Mrs. Delavan, Carol Klempin, Jeannette Winkler, and Judy Morries OFFICERS President: Candy Byrne Vice-president: Thalia Jones Secretary: Sharon Hunter Treasurer: Janie Minten Chaplain: Carol Klempin Room Sergeant: Jeanette Winkler Sigma Alpha Iota is the National Music Fraternity on campus which seeks to further musical activity at Mary Hardin-Baylor. 79457 First row: Janice Zadik, Carolyn Stewart, Carol Brown. Second row Peggy Wallace. Third row: Betty Joy, Brenda Sanders, Shirley Holder. Fourth row: Chloe Ratcliff, Maria Sessums, Quanita Parker. Fifth row: Gayle Burtis, Barbara Self, Cherie Nonte. Sixth row: Annette Austin, and Sue Allen. OFFICERS President: Carol Brown Vice-president: Carolyn Stewart Secretary: Shirley Holder Treasurer: Judith Odom Historian: Maria Sessums Social Chairman: Jean Schrader Project Chairman: Quanita Faye Parker and Gayle Burris Reporter: Peggy Wallace 2746164044 7 E N e wg fe, Front row: Dr. Jack Dalton, Janet Byrne, Dorothy Schubert, Nina Bible, Elaine Stephens, Molly Herrera, Janice Spinn, Lemmie Tiller, Lavenia Vandiver, and Laura Simmons. Second row: Sharon Tyson, Wyma Rogers, Diane Balloun, Kay Childs, Mrs. Evelyn Reeser, Demetrice Weiss, Clifford Hughs, Lannie Smith, and Mr. William F. Harlow. OFFICERS President: Demetrice Weiss Vice-president: Clifford Hughs Secretary-Treasurer: Janice Spinn Historian: Diane Balloun Phi Alpha Theta is the national honorary history fraternity on campus. The Eta Omicron chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was organized at Mary Hardin-Baylor on March 5, 1960. Records and files of the honorary fraternity were lost during the fire which razed the administration building in 1964, therefore the fraternity was not reactivated until this year. ' me dm I "lm: N waz ' '-gg W , N. ..,. --A -f-ge' My , -fa- First row, left to right: Candy Byrne, Linda Martines, Janet Lernke, Janelle Harris, Nina Boucher, and Genelle Shannon. Second row, left to right: Lesanne Hamrick, Sherry Browning, Judy Forrester, Jon Mark Moore, Joy Shepherd, and Karen Kinnison. Third row, left to right: Wyma Rogers, Ellen Hodon, Mary Sue Tilley, Jane McMillan, Linda Irvin, Pat Barner, Mary Lanze, Barbara Dailey, Sandra Dunn, Mary Punchard, Gloria Price, Anna Cornell, Judy Jelinek, Demetrius Weiss, Doris Lowe, Shirley Caskey, and Dr. Iva M, Fussell. OE' FIC ERS President: Wyma Rogers Vice-president: Pat Barnet Secretary-Treasurer: Jane McMillan Historian: Ellen Hodon Sponsor: Dr. Iva M. Fussell Sigma Tau Delta is the national honorary English fraternity on campus. , 1 A 1 iplf fi' , . of 'ex 1 1 '- .,. ' 4 'J . 1 .. nikki VN 'pl if haf " 'J l ,1 3 N1 , '.. 1 . 55 W"-F C - ni X 4 .aa,, 1 , 1 ,, 1 X1 lin X if W rf, 1 ,gp Q 15 lv- Jw. 'R-753' .,- : K, f x ' 1 "', l Tr Wi. Y' 'J ,L, Y L - 13" 'x J :. 2- V' J rg J ,Nfx gf? Akin, Sandra Balloun, Diane Browning, Sherry Burtis, Gayle Byrne, Candy Byrne, Janet Chance, Anita Chapoy, Gloria Ferguson, Edith Garner , Melva Glasscock , Annette Gryseels , Diane Herrera, Molly Holder, Shirley Jelinek, Judy Klempin, Carol McLester, Beverly McKinney, Anne Mixon, Marlene Morgan, Cathy Neeley, Earlene Odom, Judith Padilla, Ruth Petty. Jenitta Pullin, Norma Riojas, Gloria Rogers, Wyma . . M 1 President: Martha Wilkerson Vice-President: Diane Balloun -'X Schrader, Jean Self, Barbara Shannon, Genelle Stewart, Carolyn Tam, Becky Townsend, Judy Velarde, Maggie Wallace, Peggy "" West, Jayme Whitis , Nelda Wilkerson , Martha if V I i Seated, left to right: Judith Odom, corresponding secretary: Jean Schrader, recording secretaryg Diana Balloun, vice- presidentg Marty Wilkerson, president. Standing, left to right: Nelda Whitis, day student representativep Earlene Neely treasurer, Marlene Mixon and Gloria Riojas, sergeants at armsg Carolyn Stewart, reporterg Becky Tam and Molly Herrera room sergeantsg and Judy Jelinek, keeper of the archives. Zedge H444 7965 faqal t' 3v-r Joyce Burkholder by Mary Ann Burkholder 1-.5 " Sharon Cardwell Ah Mary Ann .,: NIV 'f- -4 "-K Cartwright 73 Marna Clark -f Margie Crouch .ASH Carmen Davila Linda Edwards 15 'NPA e s CA V , "' 'ETP' V Nancy Elliott Naomia Harvey Martha 1411011 Beth Maples gf s-a-f Sv-1 1'-'w. Pat Moore Gwen Moseley Anne Tate Mary Ellen Thurman CCI 'Z Judy Saringer: Vice-president Linda Edwards: President H.-. Marian McQueen Sue Porter OFFICERS President: Linda Edwards Vice-president: Judy Saringer Secretary: Jane McMillian Treasurer: Beth Maples Alumnae Secretary: Margie Crouch Keeper of Archives: Joyce Burkholder Parliamentarianz Mary Reyes Pianist: Mary Ellen Thurman Sergeant at arms: Becky Redden Chorister: Marna Clark Reporter: Patsy Hendrix Founded at Independence by Dr. John Hill Luther, Academia has as its pin the open book and the lamp of knowledge surrounded by amethysts. Its colors of purple, gold, and white are of royalty. ff' Mary Reyes TIP' Judy Saringer Mrs . Sheppard O O O O O 0 O O Q O O0 0 Q I , V TTT? U " Ugg' A U da . I sm, , . ru ru, -a V. -I, Seated, left to right: Janet Lemke, Sandra Akin, Candyce Byrne, Sherry Browning, Sharon Scoville, and Ruth Padilla. Second row: Carol Haywood, Joyce Shaffer, Jamie Chaffin, Carol Davis, Mary Alice Brumbach, Barbara Stringer, Nell Bolin, Margaret Brumbach, Carolyn Kattner, Mary Griffin, Kay Schwertner, Deanna Farfan, and Mrs. Virginia Brumbach. OFF IC ERS President: Edith Ferguson Vice-president: Candy Byrne Secretary: Sherry Browning Treasurer: Ruth Padilla President: Edith Ferguson Rayz' fiitr. yrhgpfi '5-. W avi' adm P 7965 The crowd scene in front of Luther's arches. The disciples in the garden. W 1 Q15 w , . 4 . Judy Crow stands under the cross as she por trayed Christ in the pageant. 454249 7765 The seniors pass down their robes to the juniors in the traditional robing ceremony. From Luther's arches the echo of "Up With the Purple" floats across the campus. The seniors of '65 march with the daisy chain made by the junior class. 1,2 , r a ta' V rj 5 i 7' x' .W Milf ni -0' ,W A E. H IM! .lu Ka, .Vs 1 R, . ,A 1 - 4 , . R' . it I Members of the 1965 graduating class heard Dr. T. A. Patterson, executive secretary of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, present the Baccalaureate sermon in the First Baptist Church. hree sets of twins were among the 1965 graduates. Commencement exercises were also held in the First Baptist Church ere Eula and Julia Woodyard receive diplomas. 7 Q f iii-Q11 v S Kangaroo Court--as it was held by the sophomores with Sherry "Slime line"--in all its glory! Oh, those poor-poor fish! Browning presiding as judge. E - E 1' E IQ s m if E 5 3 E i. c R2 i L r-- J ge , ' .441 Brenda Webber demonstrates for Kangaroo Court her famous act which put her in the "Top Ten Fish." Those smiling faces finally come through all the mud and slime as the juniors sing to their little sisters. 1 i ir' F' sy g i v' ii gi' Al u." V I Q - , K Axhxuid 'il is AA L f ,t .I F1 - Y ' P I ' V It seems as though Wanda Stewart has found Sharon Hunt points her finger with a new friend! specific orders as her "Gator" finds more difficult to consume her meal 3 "Gators"--Chloe Radcliff and Annette Austin lead as the marching With the help of sophomore Sue Porter, "Gators" --Joyce gators set off to clean the campus. lia f..t.a. and Sandra Todd, learn what it's like to really clean. . 5, 4' N is px 4 1 , r e f as elk D fxeznjk Gf, M g Members of the class of 1969 listen attentively as Dr Tyson explains the mean ff ing of All College Night college cheerleaders lead in the singing of the college Freshmen exhibit their class spirit Diane Balloun, junior from Houston, entertained freshmen and their dates with a pantomime. Dr. Tyson officiated at the traditional marriage of the Junior and Freshman classes. Tommie Lacy was chosen Most Representative Freshman and Margie Crouch, junior class president, represented her class. i XV L1 riiffnj K Dr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Tyson head the receiving line at the 1965 reception. The annual president's reception is given each year in honor of new and returning students. u 1 1' '34, lf. 'V ffl. QQ, , . Hubert M. Dawson, president of Temple Junior College, Dr. Dawson, whose brother was convocation day speaker s received an honorary doctor's degree during ceremonies with members of the MH-B faculty and administration. at fall convocation . 7466 Fall Convocation speaker was Dr. W. Reed Dawson, member of the School of Educa- tion faculty at Baylor University. il Historical Phila sponsored its annual Charm School--featuring clothes from Jo Ann's department store in Temple. "Winter Wonder1and" was the theme of the show which presented a complete wardrobe for young ladies. NMQTEIP ONDEE 4414 Scion! Diane Balloun, as she models a smart looking dress and coat ensemble. PWM! ' fkqfdmmwi any Academia Society members form circle to sing their society songs at the and Song sponsored by the society. Sue Porter and Fairy White lead students in folk music 141 Gettys Memorial Dormi- tory was completed in August, 1965 and dedication cere- monies were held on Septem- ber 19, following a luncheon in Hardy Hall. It was the first residence hall to be con- structed at MH-B in more than 45 years. The building was named in honor of the late Dr. A. C. Gettys and Mrs. Gettys of Vernon. edcbaaaa' GETTYS MEMORIAL DORMITORY Debbie Dickson, great niece of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Gettys cut the ribbon formally opening the new dormitory. She was assisted by her father, Mrs. Gettys and Dr. Arthur K. Tyson. ' " 'dl 142 1 1 V Dr. Tyson accepted the new building on behalf of the col lege. He also delivered a tribute to Dr. and Mrs. Gettys behalf of the college administration. fufatea to De, mui77ifz4. 4. x On behalf ofthe Alumnae and Ex-Students Association, Mrs Virginia McNeily Griffin of Bellaire presented a tribute to ' the Gettys. Former trustee and friend of Dr. and Mrs Gettys, Mr. C. R. Clements of Killeen, pre- sented the first tribute during dedication ceremonies for the new dormitory. Miss Rachael LaRoe paid tribute to the college benefactors. She repre- sented the faculty of the college. 1 ,-v James H. Russell represented the city of Belton at the program. 143 " Zinn? 7HZ7Zf 60634 ' V n Each year the horror house is sponsored by the senior class. This year features ranged from headless figures to Sheryl Churchill and. . . Theme for the junior booth was "Alice in Wonderland". Fa:-:EEE .Q . . Q rg HIIIII . 1 RIIV' . nr Winner of the title, Senior Carnival Queen, was announced at the close of an auction in Presser which was sponsored by the senior class. ia is f lP"71 wr Old Woman in the Shoe was the theme carried out in the Sophomore booth. I EE::, Aghg wrlyrl lrlls, egg? r gn. ,awp sy .png .Qys Sophs, Edith Ferguson and Sherry Browning contemplate a pumpkin. gl! , 1 Qi Even the campus boys got into the act. glf Everything from cakes to cats was auctioned by the seniors! 1411.114 sl sz r 1' , A x,is"i ' Ai- - -Q 1 0 Mr. T. Edward Mercer was auctioneer at Senior Carnival. Freshmen interpreted the story "Queen of Hearts" in their booth. "lady FP WSGKOJEJM ww m 146 ':'?'7f"f"""""i "Lady Precious Stream" was presented by mem bers of the drama department. i 4 L am wwe 1 The theme "Awaken to Greatness" was chosen for t e BSU. ,lf-gf 'vii Mrs. Marge Caldwell was among several speakers on the focus week team. "qv . ri ll h 1965 focus week sponsored by ...r vl , Mr. Chet Reames, associate in the student division of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, was made an honorary campus boy during focus week. LY,n., ' M1 1111 ii! ---- ywjsniv-atiati' Qqlr"1nt.:sns-Niilzntuu in-:--v1..ffmunLr:-uni!! -, ,.w-L-A.-an-fn .gw-g-v , 'r - - F 2,-45 Val' .si i I ag., X R1 ' w X eu. 1 if mii 'z . 3 I v 1 Z Wm Sam: ' SOPHOMORE STUNT M ,E JUNIOR CLA SS 5,-Q. USS- FRESHMEN TAKE SECOND , A , .-. ' : . ' I L ., ,. .- ,I -y , "f L32 X .- 71 N fx 'N 1 1332 SENIOR STUNT Wmmfl 7l""?a'7 SF' .-.,- rf - The annual Christmas wreath hanging ceremony is sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota national music fraternity. Each girl makes her own wreath and members and non fi A r members hang them in Hardy Parlors. lf 1... 3 5 C?-. , ' vi 'A Mary Alice and Margaret Brunbach were among those participating in SAI wreath hanging in Hardy Hall. Faculty and students also attend the wreath hanging ceremony. Thalia Jones furnished violin accompaniment for SAI wreath hanging. qlzwpc'1 I KN ' J Z iw -5 s .l ,Q I .,. 0 , A W. 1 ,, '1 Sana! Mk'-s X gh .,, fix ,., .,,A., A 5 A, Q21 - H 1 '- ' ' Z 4, 1, wha Q f . f'ilE7"f1 'D ng' 'W' " " N 'F VEFV' 'B A , fi .za 4 K -Q s.-9' W' 3- u. 539, H. 51 'f 5 1. 1 6 -.- 4? gi, ,-.H-pf' Q' 'r 'l I, ... f my V yum '1 U Is 6 f ' 4? f?-f v. ,-ef , fi' ' ',-3' , . 1 T .-. n '21 QCP X X ' 9 :NN N5 Q1.!,?4 A .4 .A Ld ? Q LLQ :- A -ag X x ckmefa Guests watch as members of the senior class light each candle belonging to underclassmen. Cam Martin, 1964 graduate, gives the candlelighting charge to 1966 seniors at the annual Charter Day dinner in Hardy Dining Hall. Juniors deliver a tribute song to the senior class. .ii Relatives of Judge R. E. B. Baylor attended memorial ceremonies on the occasion of the removal of his remains to the historical park on campus. Seated from left to right are President Arthur K. Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baylor of Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baylor of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gordon Baylor of Uvalde, and Mr. Huff Baines of Austin. Quqeiaybz will " emhfz we - ' 7966 Y Y' N .a,.-'f"+1" '- Senior tree planting, which is celebrated annually on George Washington's birthday, was dedicated to Mr. Donald McCauley, one of the senior class sponsors. A ' Barbara Williams, senior from Harlingen, sang three folk numbers in the Star Steps program. She represented the BSU. t , 6' as afukdgsiow .I il! ', " vt , K' L I-I pf' ' r "Hooray, Hooray, I'm Going Away" was presented in pan- tomime by Diane Balloon who represented the Junior Class. pg H 55 "' 4 4 9 1 A The senior class was represented N by Janie Minten who sang "Bachianas Brasellerasn by Villa-lobos. Cecelia Peng who represented the International Relations Club presented two numbers on the chang. .5 . 4 1 4 f' .- ff il ' 'EE' - J 1. Gil -M W .ASN Y , S I A., 3? 72 2, XI. ' . 1-it ME . 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' 'lb v gil: ,F ' , z, -A . 7711-Z Z '7e-um W, f 4 Q Q 'RQ Players are, from left to right, back row: Martha Wilkerson, Kay Rumfield, Barbara Book, Ellen Cooper, Jeanie Brown, Mary Ann Burkholder. Front row: Pam Davis, Norma Pullin, Linda Edwards, Betty Keenon, Joyce Burkholder, and Sherry Glimore. Mrs. Sue Beall is Sponsor. Not pictured are: Marlene Mixon, Barbara Williams, Judy Hightower, Vicki Perez, Nieves Perez, Edith Ferguson, and Miss Mildred Little, Sponsor. I N 11+ Team members from left to right are: Sherry Glimore, Norma Pullin, Martha Wilkerson, Gloria Riojas, Sharon Cardwell, and Kay Bryan. 776731-2 aww mm - ,,,.- ' , - , - sf! 'SX' f ll ' - s ,W jar kv --1 arbara Williams, right, placed first and Norma Pullin, center, laced second in the singles tennis toumament sponsored by WAA. herry Gilmore, left was consolation winner. , , ac, - -.':. 'F 1.' 1 f' - , .14 , "' ' -, -2 Q. R , .- .: """" ' . 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Sl .50 Congratulations from Congratulations from MIKEUS GULF STATION Owner - Mike Nidisitko Belton, Texas lIOLETA'S BEAUTY SHUP 210 North Pearl St. Best Wishes To MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE THE SINGER IIIIMPAHY T04 North 27th Temple, Texas What's New For Tomorrow we 9-2551 -. Belton 'S Af'Sin9ef Today 165 Congratulations Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 From The TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM Congratulations from JOHNSON'S to Class of 1966 Johnson's Piano and Organ Co. 1 South 4th Street Temple THE NAME BUILT ON FLAVORI Enioy REAL MEXICAN FOOD Amerncon Food ond Sea Food :Dm Wallggrs X -5 43553 fa-Qi' 'T""'l:" Re'Staiii'ia7z " Si, Senor- I fx Ill W Al WHERE THE CROWD WILL MEET and EAT 211 W. Adams Temple, Texas BEST WISHES TO WE SALI-ITE We A::IerI!IgI2e Your YOU, MARY Potronage HARDIN-BAYLOR FOR Ei??.25RIQOOD AVENUE nm THE GULDEN IJRAGUN JOE HAW, Owner 100 N. Main Floyd Campbell' owner CHINESE DISHES - STEAKS 166 CHICKEN -- SEA FOOD 1201 W. Adams Temple, Texas 47:1 l NI I N I M A X Super Market Minimum Price -Maximum Quality S 8g H Green Stamps Belton, Texas IRA YUUNG HONORING . . . Chrysler Dodge Dart Imperial Trucks You on Plymouth BMC Valiant Renault Becoming 121 years old, DOCIQS Smca Rlimblef I Mary Hardin-Baylor General Bruce Dr Temple Texas Best Wishes MEANS Boulfvlmn allss LUMBER COMPANY Temple Texas GREGURYS' STUDIO GALLERY Portraits - Murals - Instruction 506 E 'l2th, Belton, Texas WE 9-5022 We hope that you'Il always remember times spent in Belton with the some fondness we remember You CITY IIT BELTIIN Best Wishes Greetings and Best Wishes To Dr. Arthur Tyson, President, to and all the staff cmd students Mary Hardin-Baylor of Mary Hardin-Bciylor College from NEWTIIN MANUFACTURING CIIMPANY Belton Hwy. Temple Texas E. WILSON CONTRACTORS CONGRATULATIONS- Supreme ,lodge Slcwomx Benevolent Oulu OF THE STATE OF TEXAS BEST WISHES BAYLOR From The Bottlers Of if-P4'5'f4x1f inf PEPSI cull Bnmmn cn Temple, Texas WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY 605 Latimer Street Dallas, Texas Best Wishes To Our Friends At Mary Hardin-Baylor- From GREETINGS TO MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE GIRLS Save For Your Future Where Your Savings Earn More MIIXFIELIVS 0 'NTEREST A COMPOUNDED Your Home Of CARRIER a. LENNOX AIR CONDITIONING SEMI-ANNUALLY 519 S. Main Phone PR 3-4470 Temple, Texas INSURED SAFE IIILLEEN SAVINGS Xi LUAN ASSIIIIIATIIIN Phone ME 4-3188 425 N. 8th Killeen, Texas Congratulations to Class of 1966 LIGHTENER'S DIES 8. JUNIORS READY TO WEAR T ernple, T exas A Special Tribute To All Our Many Friends At MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE We Are Proud To Have Been Selected To Install And Service Your ELECTRICAL WORK On The New Dormitory FISHER BRUS. ELECTRIC, INII. 'l'I4 North 4th Phone ME 4-6334 Killeen, Texas 169 Congratulations Congratulations to to Class of 1966 M H B On Her lZlst Birthday BELTON SAND 8. GRAVEL CO FIRESTCNE DEALER STORE Belton, Texas Hail to Purple at Gold WILSON LOCKER PLANT Congratulations to Mary Hardin-B aylor A. B. CERAMICS Wholes ale - Retail Greenware . Supplies . Firing Instruction Gifts Ann Bryan 2316 N. Main Hwy 317 WE 9-1181 Belton, Texas ' Q V J Vgwawcfaf ,Q,,,O., 1 if I L -I J- I q , , ,7WffJ Wfckgamwgwgf , f f f if M- f Jizz 7f5fO-ffl imap aj vdvfu. ff L' f ff KAL, L , ,07fL6Zf ZLZX " J 16 A ' Q 2 J Q M3711-' ?j'dL'f'Lf 'QE Cialggff WA f - 'Q 1,1 f.V64'Z?hfMJfffuQfvLJ. ! Clffwwccf A1 WWA 640011. 0 MJ ZZ AXZL 2' .jx Icdfilff N69 .f-d,cfff7'2fzwLf!L,f .65 714 X-6' 194 1 x 'X Y 4742 1 f f5'Y1fff CZtLi I Ci-6' , Z- ZZLLCVLZZ kfifuwcf 753 yawn, 5Qe?fZ2ff, V4-42411 E 5647 4 ,gf pfbffbf ,gnizwdg ep f Z6 104, , 1 f J .fffv-Q1 Q J MARY I-IARDIN-BAYLOR fi QW? 7 2 wearegldth y B1t BELTON CHAMBER OF CQMMERCE 171 Congratulations to Clas s of 1966 GRIGGS EQUIPMENT INC. 804 East 4th WE 93761 Belton, Texas Congratulations To MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE From GAIIIES EAIEES CIIMPIINY China by Wedgwood, Lenox, Royal Doulton, Oxford - Silver by Wallace, Gorham, Towle, International CONGRATULATIONS .... MH-B Cosmetics 8: Perfumes by Elizabeth Arden, Evyan, Chanel, Bonne Bell V 8: M DRUGS 108 So. Main Temple, Texas MAY THE COMING YEARS surmv cumvnuv TEMPLE DUMMERBIAL CIILLEGE m N, M . WE ,,,,,, Gln Phone PR 8-3668 514 N0l'II1 Third Temple, Texas MILSTEAD 00. 172 375237- Our Very Best Wishes To MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE We Are Proud of Your College CIIVE STATE BANK Complete Banking Service Member F.D.l.C. Copperas Cove, Texas W I S H I N G . . . for Mary Hardin-Baylor - her staff and students the very best on this great occasion PRIIIITIIR FORD SALES Highway 190 West- Belton Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 From the TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM CONGRATULATIONS TO MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE MAY THE COMING YEARS BE GREATER THAN EVER g - - Li ' g - AM , T- "' g?--gm Tie s--, rg, "' .Y'.E' I Q 5 ' f ,I : III II: II: fs , , .,. ,, Alf , . ,. 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Main St. Temple Gifts Decorative Accessories Custom Made Draperies BELTON JOURNAL Printers and Publishers SCHOOL PRINTING A SPECIALTY Printer of "The Bells" 'ai-wg? - gn., BEDDING MANUFACTURING for a sales meeting, convention, family reunion or personal holiday! Try the delicious fare the luxurious tranquility of Q M y'Ifl?f!Jxh.iHui U. n 'ifup'r.' 'ipyrmuxj at 1 rr 35 IS 0 can Harry Lane: AC an WI 72811 VW Ma' ww ,,VW4g,,L,,fe, QLLQ 1 ' ' "-',:'M"w"i'1 '-" 1"lii'fq-if N . Ae- :hs cj M 76'-., are ff-'deff AMIIS ELECTRIC SUPPLY C0. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ZW, ,ZZZZZ p ,dv ,- IQ . Ziff Residential - Commercial C e Our Fabulous Showroom of 700 Different Styles ll X ' Of LIGHTING FIXTURES I ' -'40 A70 ' W0 Authorized Distributors For " O'KEEFE 8. NIEIQRITT-THERNIADOR I AW' f ,004 WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES I 4,Q2 We Carry the Complete Line of WESTINGHOUSE ' APPLIANCES INCLUDING CUSTOM BUILT-INS l 0 S Gen. Bruce Dr. Temple PR 3-2061 f Thanks And Congratulations I ' M p I My my To E , -If X.. W , WE APPRECIATE YOUR f ' L CONTINUED PATRONAGE XE WH L s ' W A NIB. ME I ' I IIIIES IEWELERS ,I MICISQ II FINE DIAMONDS - JEWELRY - GIFTS If ,W i Y ' I M gm I. 'N.wI,Q5, HA N- RNC' NISINV Phone PR 3-2954 , . I kj Central Temple, Texas 34. ' O F I I ' , If I , I f ,X ,W 'Tb I I W to V We LY E I 1 20-:gig e , e " ,Mx MJD I 5333771 Zvugralulafzous wir My W WW all M to the purple and the gold on the memorable occasion of their 1Z1st year NATIONAL BANII MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT ' INSURANCE CORPORATION wear ala, WMQWMI A HEARTY SALUTE MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE IIIETZ XI DILLIIIIII IIPTICAL SERVICE C0. SEE US FOR OPTICAL SERVICE AND CONTACT LENSES 107 East Central - Ponderosa Motel Bldg. Phone PR 3-5041 Temple, Texas We Sell The New Firm Coil-O-Pedic Mattress TEMPLE MATTRESS FACTIIRY - FRENCH MOSS - Renovating 8. Manufacturers Phone PR 3-2298 817 East Ave. C Temple, Texas SHEET METAL "ANYTHING IN SHEET METAL" o Blow Pipe Work o Metal Louvers 0 Stove Hoods o Ducrg Air Conditioning Heating Turbines - Guttering Free Estimates PR 3-6261 Residential - Commercial BIIIIE SHEET METAL WIIRIIS Best Wishes To Our Friends At Mary Hardin-Baylor- From From ANY Angle PONTIAC LOOKS BEST . . . And Performs Best In '65 .. DEAL WITH AN AWARD-WINNING DEALERL FRIENDLY PONTIAC SWEPT THE cENTEx FIELD wm-I FABULOUS PONTIAC SALES IN '64 . . . AND WERE out to DO BETTER THIS YEARI PRICES START AT ONLY 51,995.95 CHOOSE FROM MANY STLYES, COLORS, INTERIORS FRIENDLY PIINTIAII-GMC., INC. Serving The Area Since T944 Specialist In AUBREY SLIIIIGH CUNSTRUCTIIIN BUMPANY Asphalt Paving Streets - Drive Ways - Subdivisions - Industrial Areas Phone PR 3-2658 500 S. Gen. Bruce Temple, Texas Your Home Of CARRIER 8t LENNOX AIR CONDITIONING 519 S. Main Phone PR 3-4470 Temple, Texas BEST WISHES TO ALL , Congratulations OUR FRIENDS AT BAYLOR Remember- FOR ALL YOUR OFFICE MACHINES, TYPEWRITERS, CALCULATORS, ADDING MACHINES CASH REGISTERS, ETC. Call Us IlIHNNIE'S IIFFICE MACHINES Phone PR 8-7608 17 So, 2nd Temple, Texas Mary Hardin-Baylor College CITY LUMBER CIIMPANY See Us For A Complete Building Service Everything To Build, Remodel Or Repair Phone PR 3-6801 301 South First Temple, Texas REMEMBER TO CALL US ON YOUR NEXT MOVE TEMPLE TRANSFER COMPANY LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING Agents United Van Lines Packing - Storage - Crating Phone DR 3-2460 1300 N. Gen. Bruce Dr. Temple, Texas FORD Office Machines Hulen C. Ford, Owner Temple, Texas 76502 Phone PR3-535i 27th 84 West Adams 177 0 Fraternity Jewelry 0 Silversmiths ' School Rings H A lT 0 M' S Jewelers Since 1893 Manufacturing Division 603 East Belknap Fart Worth ED 6-4051 Conga-,1-UIG1-ions- Congratulations Baylor From Fl'0l'1'1 See Us For The LUMBER COMPANY FAMOUS MOHAWK CARPETS C. E. Walker, Mgr, RUBBER - VINYL - CORK EVERYTHING TO FLOOR COVERING BUILD - REPAIR - REMODEL CUSTOM DRAPERIES Phone PR 3-2609 AND FABRICS 8 North 13th Temple, Texas Phone PR 8-3528 516 N. 3rd Temple, Texas 178 ,G 9 34 DEPARTMENT STORE 202 East Avenue D Killeen, Texas 76541 Phone LA 6-3033 0 2 S k LADIESB 4 South Main Street uper Mar et SPORTSWEAR Temple, Texas Minimum Price -Maximum Qualify PlTTMAN'S CLEANERS S 81 H Green Stamps Belton, Texas Belton, Texas 7 ...,, C LS P0 I 0 . . 3 1, If' 'f . , ,. L II an zfu i CQ E f T an Ili f l 'lil' I CHEVROLET Impala Sport Sedan CHEVELLE Malibu Super Sport Convertible CORVAIR Monza Sport C p CONNELL CHEVROLET CO., INC. Killeen, Texas weiiiawvillii w X--CM-,Y-,,.... .. ui --A-' CHEVY II 4-Door Nuvl Stailon Wagon The Friendliest Place In Texas Phone ME 4.-3136 KI 7-3835 JL? A fn M ! inn 9 - CORVETTE Sling Rly SWR Coupe WORKPOWER TRUCKS BEST WISHES BAYLOR- May The Coming Year Be Your Greatest For Those Who Sew, SEE THE BEAUTIFUL ARRIVALS For Spring in Piece Goods . . . At TEMPLE CUTTUNS BEST WISHES TO MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE And To Dr. Arthur Tyson, President And To The Entire Staff Denman Building Temple, Texas We Are Proud To Be Your Neighbors TTRST CONGRATULATIONS N B Remember- WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD RECONDITIONED USED CAR Temple, Texas See Us Complete Banking Service Member F.D.l.C. Phone PR 3-2041 404 W. Adams Temple, Texas Serving you Is Our Pleasure, MH-B , FREE CAMPUS DELIVERY On orders of 51.50 or more Call til 9 p.m. - we 9-3071 Papa Burgers . . . . . 401 Malts Shakes ............. 254 You always pay less Fastest, most courteous Curb service hours for famous brqnds curb service in town. 4 - 9 weekdays of quality 'fUl'l'1Il'UI'e 2 ' 9 50" ' Sun' at Temple Furniture Co. dukes Toe N. Mem V Temple, Texas PR3-3141 610 E. 6th Ave. Open T0 a.m. to 9 p.m. CONGRATULATIONS MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE WE APPRECIATE THE BUSINESS COmp1,,,,e,,,s of YOU HAVE EXTENDED US THROUGH THE PAST . . . AND LOOKING HENDI-ER'S FORWARD TO THE FUTURE. Stop ln And Visit Us While In Temple Temple Texas 180 n new ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Temple, Texas V i s i t For all your office and school supplies Books and party THE BELTUN BO0K STURE 113 U0 'TIS MODERN ' ' ' 'TIS CLEAN . ,,.... .. ..,.,....: I .:.1:l.111-'-f,: 1:1 :1: CM . . - rr rrr vitally for only sl -50 ,O zzllzitiz '1':4:"""'A""' m E 52-25 0 momh- Wiil E ::1::::Z:i:1:f:A:':""' 'A" A' ' H MT g-""""-5 -f:1:21if5121123512121512:a:2r2ir:1:1f:1:f:f11fH2u ' " ' ' l:r,.i-,DE :5:5.1.5.g.4.1.,.,.A ..,... TEXAS POWER I LIGI-l'l' COMPANY GlBSON'S DISCOUNT CENTER Congratulations, Where You Buy For Less MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR Nationolly Known Brands of Merchandise at Discount Prices N. We Send Our Very Best Wishes To THE MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE "Stop in and browse" Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Daily - 1 to 6 Sunday Temple, Texas HUUSEHULD Best Wishes MH-B from BELL CUUNTY ABSTRACT CU. Mrs. TED WHITLOW, Mgr. East St. WE 9-5801 FURNITURE COMPANY WE 9-5555 I I S Drugs, Cosmetics, Stationery Lake Belton Cabins Cafe Inclosed Fishing Docks Boats WE 9-5221 CLINE DRUGS BRING YOUR PRESCRI PTIONS WE-9-2154 Belton BARKLEY'S STUDIO "The Finest Name in Photography" Best Wishes to the Faculty and Student Body Mary Hardin-Baylor College THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Belton, Texas DIRECTORS: R. B. James Alton C. Martin Dr. J. W. Pittman Ed E. Franklin Owen P. Carpenter Roy Cochran Potts John Pierce Bloomer L. G. Parker OFFICERS: Owen P. Carpenter, President Alton Martin, Vice-President Glen Blair, Jr., Cashier Mildred Kaiser, Assistant Cashier R. B. James, Vice-President linactivej Your Funds are Sato Hora - Always Dependable Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Each depositor insured in full up to 90,000.00 DU KE AND AYRES 59: - Sl Belton DAIRY QUEEN 502 East Central Belton, Texas BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AT MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR COLLEGE From SIIIITT IIHII WHITE 182 Our Very Best To MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR BELTIIH IUMBER CII. JOE STONEHAM, Mg r. On this Grand Occasion, We Salute You, MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR LEIIH HEIGHTS DRIVE-IN GROCERY 1228 N. Main Belton, Texas TULLOCH BROTHERS Largest Selection of Classics PLUMBING' HEATING and College outline books in this area. SHEET MUN- W0lK BELTON, TEXAS I I ' TEJAS BOOKS INCORP. BEN NEUMAN AND SON DEPT. STORE 'IO W. 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