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V. .V.VV.V V- ., VV ,VV 1 . www PRESS OF - T H E - DORSEY COMPANY D A L L A 5 Advertisers' Li ie r at u r e Department .., T was a lune evenmg ln 1903 Cree T Work tlrst presldent ot what 1S now Texas State College for Women sat on the tront steps ot h1s llttle rented cottage ln the small town ot Denton Texas A man approached on horseback dlsrnounted and presented hnnselt as ludqe Bryant of Cedar H111 Dallas County ls th1s the new college l have heard about? ludge Bryant asked po1nt1ng to the new bulldlnq not yet under root Yes s1r that 1S the beglnnmg ot tt Work answered When wlll lt be ready to open? I see the root 1S not yet t1n1shed It w1ll open September twenty th1rd I-low many students w1ll you have? l cannot say for I do not know How many students have prom1sed to come? None to date Th1s small prep school later to become the largest womens resldentlal college 1n the world opened wlth an enrollment ot l86 TEXAS STATE COLLEGE ECE WOMEN DENTON TEXAS A ,VJ f , 'A I - F52 +2 f" ,hr . . , I , I ' 1 , 1 , . ,, . ll I ,, . . . . . ,1 I 1 I ' 1, . . . . - - II Il - - ll ,, . u ll ll , . ,, . n 1, II , . . I 1 ' 1 HHl IHNH. "lt is gratifying to realize that Texas State Col- lege for Women, from the day it opened its doors forty years ago, has been a leader inthe important phases of technical and liberal education. So much is this true that the college has found it necessary to make only minor changes in its curriculum to meet the exigencies of War." V ' -PRESIDENT L. H. HUBBARD TSCW studentslare getting an education for ct strong, perpetual democracy-both in War and in the victorious peace that is to follow. To this prin- ciple and the efforts exerted by the faculty, students, and those desiring to perpetuate a field for higher learning for women, We, the staff, respectfully dedi- cate this boolc. , t DoRoTHY ANDERSON, Editor-inLChief . MARGIE HANEY, Art Editor, MARY FRANCES IAMrsoN, Business Manager , 1 -. . - 11 1 1 - 1,1 1 , - ,, . 1, 1 1' 5 Nj,-" '. ig., . .1 .I - .1 1. , 1 1 '.1.' 3' 1 1 ' .71-' 1 1 l - 4. .1 I .'l. 1 1 1: - -11-1 5 1 .- 1.1, 1 - ,311 1111 -1: 1 1 X M T1 1,15 1 ' ',11'!1 12 3 1 .1 " - -, 1: I- ,.,.11'. I, 111. 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V,- .v. ,fvQ4g'fmgfi-lf5,31'v2A fy, ,Q H .M Im Ljfffgzwiv f 23? -Elin-"f aw , -, ...i-.1:z1:,1.f.Y. iLi 'Q HHHUN 1 PHESIHENNHHME... Z2 'k 5 ff". E if ---tw-L. , ,X ,....,, N dx, 5, , I - is ' H! ii pg .,,, -Q. f if in v The 'CO'Opef' ati U9 System . . . Life in the "co-ops" is very popular with students because of its democratic and home-like atmosphere. Each hall is built as a private home where the girls do their own cooking and housekeeping in small groups. Reading down: Cleftl Fannin, Lamar, Bonham, Coen- terl Smith-Carroll, Rusk, frightl Bastrop, Milam, Crockett. Bonham, Fannin, Rusk, and Milam Halls are now a part of the regular system. I . , , W . .X NX . Xml X ' X W XX " XXX 1. ' X , ,X X - ' X ,X X X 7XX X 1 X W X- X X Y-' .X Xwfxll 'XX:4 X ""X4 iX X I 'XXXNNX , 'X '. .X X X .NX f -X3 X' X -MX XX , X X IX-XXX X - XX X X , X X. i ' X: ,X XX' X1X"X X' .X. Xj IXXXXXJ I1 'HXXX l",X' 1 X X V X, X. 1X A X XM X, .X XX '-XX!i X X X X -X LX N' X X'. XX VX . !,1,X'.X!XXf' XX VIA X! 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X.!LX'Sg'1-'fr-1'5 mp ?X'HU':"LLA1:'j , , XX Xa'f'.,XXX,qXXQX5'XfXX"X .X X X IX.X1XXX'f.H:X' :X ' - X 'XXX 'ff' 'fi 'XV' L.'gl.l5',LH RL .Q , I- . XXXX ,X ,I . ,,XX H. X 1 I n ,A M ftlzrffd-ig A. f ' i - , E. V. WHITE, Dean ofthe College. . . Possessinq just the correct amount ot dignity and poise that a college dean should have, Dean White takes time out now and then to tell one of his many original jokes and to make his own predictions concerning the War situation. A friend to each student, he is admired by one and all. DR. .IESSIE H. HUMPHRIES Associate Dean ofthe College After 40 years of faithful service to this college, Dr. Humphries continues to be ever popular with students and faculty alike, keeping alive all of the beliefs and ideals created at T. S. C. W. Cultured and sincere, our associate' dean is always ready to render helpful advice to students. DR. MATTIE LLOYD WOOTEN Dean of Women Displaying a spirit of interest and friend- ship to all, Dr. Wooten has played a vital part in the life of each student on the campus. Aside from being an inspiration to spur us onward, she has Won the res- pect and loyalty of us all. GEORGE P. BARHON . IUDGE ISAAC NEWTON D. M. POLLARD . S. B. WHII'rENBURG . Standing, left to right, L. H. Hubbard, president of the College, Mr. Bum Mr. Barron, Iuclqe Newton, Mr. Pollard, Mr. Whittenburq. Seated, left to nqht Mrs. Briqqs, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Walker, and Mrs. Phillips. The Board of Regents TI-IE GOVERNING BODY OE THE INSTITUTION . Yoakum Seymour . . Beaumont . . . .Amarillo MRS. MRS MRS MRS GEORGE WAVEELEY BRIGGS . . Dallas BOB PARKER .... Fort Wortla ALBERT D. WALKER . . . Austin EDWIN T. PHILLIPS . . Fort Worth I. K. BRIM, Presidenf of the Board . . Sulphur Springs W ,m N W 1 M H SFNQQN F, H H . , wk' if , UM ,Fixx L M sw.. 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PALESNNE lN X40 4511.3 Dr. William T. Rouse, director, and Miss Mil- dred E. Hudqins look .at a map of Jerusalem. Department of Bibl Having been established sin 1917, this department h lar with stud servi ce the summer ot as always remained popu- ents who are trained for Christian ce, such as pastor's assistant 1' directors, Sunday school leader church secretaries, an non-sectarian. s, re iqious Work s, choir directors, d other forms which are Right, Dr. Rouse has the undivide of all members of this Bible cla the first floor of the A d - attention ss, which meets on dministration Building. .g-VV-N E 1. " 1 1 1 Standing left to right Dr lean Brierley Miss Isabel Stiles and Dr Sarah Iones. Seated, Miss Marion Pearson, acting director and Miss Viola Hamilton Miss Willie I Birge director is on leave of absence. A' A Department of BIOLOGY g The Biology Department was one of the original departments of instruction in the Texas State College for Women. Its Work has always been closely allied to that of home economics. Especially is this true ot physiology, bacterioloqy, and other courses bearing directly upon thelsuloject of health education. Left, Virginia Fuller, Eilah Elliott, Helen Thomas, and Mary Ruth Padgett are dis- secting a dog fish in lab. N V 4 4 'H " - H W. - ' ---. -gggi-ggrgg - ' M H -- , f.-1 11 rj.-A 15 .-4543: ' 1 ,X -J, ,g4.gf-J, 4. A. A , --vi 51- 15151 "V 9-" - 1, ,N 1 " E fx 'L - F . - .ff M 1- , 1 " X '- 5 ' .. 1' ' 1 -If . ' .ii rf: P' , - X' 9 ,i- Q I ,Ry I N 'r- -,-5-91... QP. 15, 5 In 4 lj , 3 37 I , cu. 1.5 fu-H - . QE- K Ik . J -:Jj-1 -12,54 -- - ' I .1 I. -. ' ' ,. - - . - .LQ -1--W -dx '- -A , -, 'f ' J.-' - . . ' -0 P- ' ' ws! -L. , -. lg., .MQ , 1- , ., ffffi?"?"- ' ' I I ' ,, ' -M.. .fm , ,V ,, A E- , I - aff - . . , QTY -. ' '51 .. : -. 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I , 4 iv- L 5-31 tl ' 1 ' .,-"eff 5-7 . ji. if 23 ZL' :zu -15" E Ei Lyn -4- 4 3 . cy -- "G , , . i .I 11 if . 2 if -5 -S, -- x , 1 . , .,----- ,L1'- , ,, yn! er ,A 1 1- - -'-if" - V X LIAR:-!lflX't ' x , ,, .if "W .Q ,figs A ' ...N .A W Wg?-pf ,-wa .5-H A ' 7' ' ' ' 55. ci'-:Lx Os? M? Standing, left to right, Miss Helen Hailey Ligon, Mrs. W. M. Loveless, Lee E. Iohnson, Claude B. Tate, Miss Aline Wolters, Miss Mabel Pearson. Seated, left to right, Dr. A. S. Lang, director, Miss Ruth Douglass, Roy L. McPherson, Dr. Elsie S. Ienison, Dr. Thurrnond L. Morrison, and Miss Ioy Adams. Department of Economics and Business ..,,,k.?g,sY Above, Cody l-lilclreth prac- tices on the adding machine. Lower right, Marguerite I-licks, Nell Stevens, Joyce Griffith, Mary Io Christilles, and Ianice Stroiher examine the economics chart. dministration Combining a thorough training in business with a broad study of literary subjects, the Department ot Economics and Business equips the T. S. C. W. graduate with all of the ad- vantages of living in our twentieth century business civilizae tion. General secretarial Work, accounting and bookkeeping, teaching, assisting in statistics, and business machine opera- tion are some of the fields open to majors of this department. .......,. M " it 'ff-pf: X Standing, left to right, Mrs. Marion de Coliqny, Dr. Spencer L. Stoker, Miss Iva Chapman, Mrs. G. L. Harding, Dr. L. H. Moore, Miss Helen Wyatt, Miss Clara Willis, Dr. Anthony C. Walvoord. Seated, Dr. Thomas E. Pierce, Miss Iulia Lipscomb, Miss Minnie S. McAuley, Mr. R. I. Turrentine, director, Dr. Evelyn Carrington, Dr. Iewell Lockhead, and Arthur E. Mackey. Department of EDUCATION, PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY Here students receive professional training required of prospective teachers in the public schools of Texas. The demand for teachers with four years of training is many times greater than the supply. Student teachinq is done in the Demonstration School under experts in this Work. Students are taught to be recreation lead- ers, to teach in adult schools, and to supervise in public school systems. XX. Above, Frances Dowling, student teacher, teaches Demonstration School pupils how to dye cloth. At left, Dr. Stoker is caught by the camera in the midst ot a class lecture. - Z Standing left to right Miss Mamie W Walker Miss Frances Darden Dr Ivan L. Schulze, Miss Mary Hutford, Dr. L. M. Ellison, director, Mrs Olive Whitten Mr W S Donoho Miss Lila S McMahon Seated left to right, Mrs. Doris T. Buck, Miss Mary Evelyn Blaqq. Miss Agnes Catherine Trarnel Miss Elizabeth N'cCullar Dr Autrey Nell Wiley Mrs. R. A. Mark, Dr. Constance Beach. DEP RTME E GLISH ln spite oi the fact that the practical arts predomi- nated the curriculum in the early days ot the Col- lege, this subject was given due prominence from the beginning. This department has had large num- bers of students who voluntarily chose English as a major or minor despite the requirements ot two years English in all degree groups. At the present time, this department has the largest enrollment in the College. Pictured at left are English students looking at mural paintings before they enter the class room. LDEP RTME of E TENslo Miss Lillian Humphries, assistant professor and director of extension. Keeping alive the aim of the college to keep in touch with the daily life of people and to help in promoting every forward-looking movement which serves the inter- est of the state, the Extension Serv- ice assists through its cultural pro- grams and gives to the people practical, usable information. This information has been assembled through the faculty, libraries, and laboratories. Marion Carew, Louise Iohnson and Ioyce Adams, office assistants, check over a mailing list as Miss Humphries looks on ,...f-1-f--'5"'FT3'7F T' ' DEP RTM M'-gfysr D Standing, left to right, Miss Maurine Faulkner, Miss Elizabeth Keesee, and Miss Martha P. Sanders. Seated, left to right, Miss Helen M. Crumpler, William Dyer Moore, Dr. Rebecca Swit- zer, director, Miss Lillian E. Benson, M iss Maude A. Wallin. E Tof FOR EIG ANGU GES 6 g 4 I Above, Winona Bickley, Char- One oi the ori e exas State College for Women is the Department oi Foreign Languages which was known in l903 as that of "Modem Languages and Latin." Degrees in the major subjects of Spanish, French, Latin, and German have been offered to students. Majors in this department are taught to teach, translate, work in publishing houses, and to do re- search work. ginal departments oi th T lotte Whitwell, B tt e y Mae Smith and Betty Barnes find the story oi Don Quixot ' e a l1ttle more diffi- cult in the Spanish oi Cervantes At ' ' ' right, Marion Harding and Maris etta Simmons costumes. examine Mexican DEPARTME l'ofC3OVER RAE Pictured above, left, Robert Earl Iaclcson and, right, Dr. Paul P. Young, acting director of the department. Students majoring in Government at TSCW will find themselves acquainted with the structure, function, and problems of American, State, and Municipal gov- ernment. Special emphasis is placed on comparative government, international relations, political parties, and local government. More Women are serving in government positions today than ever before and the demand is rapidly increasing. X ,,,,, - - ,. J. ,vc..4 oanosssotrswsn Y"i"t" - , Y 3' . i t ' lg ' . ,, 1. . ,. t X. l l X . ' ""'Mv- 1 Cl" 5 -' ' at u x 1 it-tmuvtii ,,,'f' Above, two government students look over a display chart before reporting to class. Interested primarily in the to- tal fitness of our nation, this department has developed a broad program of health, phy4 sical training, and recreation, in direct accord with the pro- grams of Health and Physical Fitness recommended by our government. Courses in this de- partment also airn to prepare teachers and supervisors of health and physical education in schools of elementary, high school, and college levels, and recreation leaders on public playgrounds, in summer camps, and in clubs. Department of HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pictured at left, standing, Miss Virginia Bourquardez, Miss lean- ette Schlottrnann, Miss Mary Campbell, and Miss Ruth M. lohn- son. Seated, left to right, Mrs. W. K. Baldridge, Mrs. lohn E. Lawhon, and Mrs. Marion Roberts. Stcmding, left to right, Miss Blanche Williams, Miss Bonnie Cotteral, Mrs. Flora Waldmann, and Miss Hazel A. Richardson. Seated, Dr. Mary Agnes Murphy, Dr. Anne Schley Duggan, director, and Miss Grace M. Potts. A Department of LTH R At right is Dr. Eva Strahan, school physician and direc- tor of health service. Students attending TSCW never lack medical care or supervision, because the Col- lege maintains a complete hospital staff who qive their entire time to safequardinq the health of the student body. Office' hours are held daily for consultation. The present Hygeia Hall was erected in 1935 and the ap- proximate cost was fB40,000. Standing, left to right, Miss Beulah I. Bowles, Mrs. Velma Enlow, Mrs. Mildred Brown, Miss Elline Rouse, Miss Iim- mie Frair, and Mrs. Mary C, Hudson. Seated, Dr. Strahan. X DEP RTME The first World War stimulated an interest in the field of history especiall ' , y in the modern history period of the World. Graduate Work with a major in history, leading to the degree of master of arts, has been offered since l929-30. The subject, appealing to the interests of young women, has always enjoyed a wide degree of popularity. The purpose of this department is to give the students an understanding of the devel- opment of modern nat' ions, how Western civilization came about, and to prepar e students to teach in schools. Pictured above, left to right, Miss Elizabeth A. .T - l Dr. Dade Sparks, act' ' ' , ,uv Or, ing director, and Miss Sue L. Overton. of ,HI TORY- Above, Marilou Smith L , , aurene Warren,,Connie Potter and Pat Cline look over th ' e maps of Europe. , X H fcgp. ,.,,,,,., ' vwfwfi-Q-:lib " X Q 1 f U . A x ' E 1 Q X 4 - 1 it 5.14-Knyi ,121 Mfr? 2 5 n ,-gf-,K y iff, vvfkf w'i?W1ff' 'QseJ:'.,uLf- 'Mk vs,- W JY!! Yi' 'inf .,,fX,f, w E5 Qfvwff'-1 :4t":5Vi'! 7 ,W T' ,. 1-,Q 23,53 Q If. . ,bm mf? 57' . 1' . , . .Xu -. Z. 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W W f W " Qf " ' 'ld' ' , ' - ,ff , " " W"'W-W" WW WW" "QSff-W 5' "W W WW WWWWWW WW" WW , ' " ff" ,, ' ' WW X , WW-,':f' X , h YN , X 1 XX, , r n, -. ,.-- W . , """"-.il 2251 OW ,P lui ' Ulf AW' W 1 ' ' ,. 9 5 'liven' A-.f 4 A W . 1.1 an it -f'f"d .'-'-,,.- '-,P-',,,. --'lf -,.,.,--f Y -,d-A-,.,..-, ,ff f-,,.- ,',-,..,..--'-1" f '.,.,-- 1 If DEPARTMENT o Above left to ' h , rig t, Dr. Andrew Ashburn, E. V. White, director, and Dr. Harlan Miller. f MATHEMATICS Though the subject of rn th a ematics is not one that appeals universally to women, there has al- ways been a reasonabl l y arge group who chose it as a cultural subject or who t lc ' , oo it preparatory to the teaching of the subject. Many graduates of the College have made and are making successful teachers of mathematics in the public schools of the country. At leit, Betty Fulmer and lean Strick- land coo perate on a math problem. - ..:L3:a.L:a::Yik 'Silvan A 1 Back row, left to right, Iohn M. Kendrick, Earl Frost, Frederick W. Westphal, Harlan Pettit, Dr. Carl Wiesemann, Harold Kellogg. Middle row, Miss Ruth Andrews, Miss Carol Edwards, Miss lvy Eddlemon, Miss Martha Mitchell, Mrs. A. E. Meisenbach, Miss Angeline Aderliold. Front row, Miss Stella Owsley, Mrs. Persis Terhune, Dr. William E. Iones, director, Miss Elizabeth Leake, and Miss Vere MacNeal. DEP RTME of MUS This department, with its faculty of fifteen members Whohave studied in London, Paris, Berlin, and New York under noted musicians, has instilled into students the capacity and willingness for interest- ing but arduous Work toward a single objective-knowing and becoming skilled in the music profession. The college has a sym- phony orchestra composed of eighty selected students, a choral club, a trained choir of thirty-six, and the most recent group to join the campus is the college band, composed of seventy mem- bers, These groups make frequent trips throughout the state and broadcast programs regularly over the radio. Students may specialize in piano, voice, violin, organ, orchestral music, and music education. At right, in the brass section Martha Hylan- der is trombonist, and Marilyn Witt, Georgine Cuchener, and Dortha Hollingsworth are trum- pet players. Above, Valeria Nell Srnithey head of the percussion sec- tion, is ably assisted by Tom- mie Harwell, Nan Bradbury, and Mary Ann lones. Originally combined with that of chemistry and photo- graphy, this department, now separate, has been a Valu- able service to other majors, especially to those majoring in home economics. Courses in photography, astronomy, mete- orology and navigation, physics and radio are included in this department. Photography has been closely interrelated with courses in the art department. Department of P H Y S I C S Albert L. Ford, acting director, is pictured at left. Below, Mr. Ford demonstrates the use of the enlarger to students, Betty Sloan and Rose Reddoch. lv wx xiii' iw ' .. , ,, ME?-S+ 1 "1 4 1 1 LH f x 1 v Y www 4 , a W K 9. Awaif' Q 'Vu m , ,Y sf 'K M 4 UM 'Q , i , V l , 5 ,1 , 3 r H ,, - W . -.1 Left to right, G. Charles Niemeyer, Earl Bryan, director, Miss Mary K. Sands, I. Clark Weaver, Iosh P. Roach, and Miss Mary O'Dell Mitchell. Department of SPEE H During the past ten years, TSCW has grad- uated one hundred and fifty speech majorsp with rare exceptions all have found jobs in this field. Training in speech includes the production of full length and short plays, recitals, participation in choral speaking groups, debating, and participation in pro- ducing a local radio program. Four speech majors are shown at left L painting the set for the "Little Foxes." Bock row left to nqht MISS Ol1V9 Halbert Mrs Dade Spctrks Mrs Arette Roberson Mrs W A Wrlson MISS W1ll19 Lee Taylor Mlss Dorothy Smqleton Seated M1ss Era Boswell M1ss Mary S Bufturn llbroncrn M1ss Pcruhne Acklm cmd M1ss Incr F Nelson The Library Staff The hrst lrbrdry opened on Idnuczry l 1904 ond contcnned 460 volumes No system of ccrtcxlogmq Wcrs 1n vogue no 11brc1r1on ln charge ond no reotdmq room was provlded Those now 1n cru thorlty recoqmze the fcrct thot cm ode- quczte hbrory 1S essentxctl to the devel opment of cz college ond that cr school wlthout or hbrctry IS not Cf college At the present trme the hbrdry contcnns crpproxnncrtely 55 OOO volumes exclu sxve of pubhc documents At nght studymq 1n the hbrcrry ore stu dents Ioseplune Iohnson cmd Pcrt Byers DMI ISTRATORS "F l Ziff Msg! I 1 v.' ln the registrars office Francis W Emerson reqistrar, checks a students record with Miss Zou Aikin and Miss Mary Nell Ienkins. Pictured are W. M. 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U. 1 V WL Class of 44 Smnhfreld INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION Lowry Club Symphony Orchestra Serenaders Prolessronal Musnc Club Band ACEVEDO, HORTENSIA Laredo SPANISH Le Cercle Francaxs Treasurer Ill La Junta Newman Club Forexqn Relalrons Club ALEXANDER, RUTH IOY Iacksonvrlle B S B SPEECH Speech Club Presrdeni IV East Texas Club V1cePres1den'r uonal Colleqrate Players Round Table ANDERSON, DOROTHY MAE Grcmbury HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club ANDERSON, VERA Texarkana BACTERIOLOGY Broloqy Club Texarkana Club llx4Fw1.ll-5 ABERNATHY, KATHRYN Sherman GENERAL BUSINESS L Allegro Club ADAMS, MARGARET ANN Electra Musrc EDUCATION Iames H Lowry House Counc1l Professronal Muslc Club Modern Cholr Odeon Club Class Stunts ALLEN SUSAN Calvert INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR GRADES EDUCATION LAllegro Club Secrelary IV In terrnedlate Grammar Grades Edu catlon Club V1cePres1dent IV Bryan Club ANDERSON DOROTHY Cordova Tenn B S B A IOURNALISM Edrtor of DAEDALIAN Annual Jour nahsrn Club Theta Sxgma Phz Keeper of the Archlves IV Photo graphic edrtor Lass O Dean s L1st ARMISTEAD , EUN A DARE Arm1slead La GENERAL BUSINESS ARMSTRONG, MONA IOY' Sidney B. S. IOUHNALISM Society Editor, Lass-O, III: Sports Editor, Lass-O, IV: Iunior Editor of Annual: Theta Sigma Phi: Iournal- ism Club. BACHMAN, BETTY Throckmorton B. S. BACTERIOLOGY .AND LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS Alpha Lambda Delta: SCRA: -Biol- ogy Club, Secretary. BALL, MAR GWEN Fort Worth B. S. COSTUME DESIGN Sophomore Beauty: Art Club: M.E.B., Secretary, IV: Fort Worth Club: Iunior Class, Treasurer: Le Cercle Francais. BARNARD, JEAN Bryan B. S. SECRETAEIAI. STUDIES Who's Who: Round Table, Presi- dent, IV: L'AllegI'o, President, IV: Student Advisory Council: Profes- sional Business Women's Club: Bryan Club, Secretary, III. BARTLETT, VELMA Clarksville B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION President of W. B. A. Seniors . . . I AULD , MARY LOUISE Kerrville B. S. INTERIOR DESIGN Art Club: Philomathia. BAGBY, MARTHA TED Sulphur Springs B. A. SPANISH La Iunta: East Texas Club. BANKS, MARY JESS Iacksonville B. A. SOCIOLOGY, GOVERNMENT Sociology Club, VicefPresident: lames H. Lowry Club: Alpha Kap- pa Delta. BARRON, MARY FRANCES Pearsall B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION M.E.B.: Southwest Texas Club, President. BARTON, JEAN Brownwood B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Home Economics Education Divis- ion oi Mary Swartz Rose Club, President: Athenaeum: Phi Upsilon Ornicron. C I ass of '44 BEENE, BETTY IO Stephenville B. S. CLOTHING AND TEXTILES BENTINCK, DOROTHY Dallas B. S. CHEMISTRY Senior Class Representative: Iun- ior Class Treasurery Annual Staff, I, ll: Folk Dance Club, Leadership Club, Vice-Presidentg Hockey Club. BLEDSOE, DORIS Memphis, Tenn. B. S., B. A. SPEECH Athenaeum Club, President IV: Round Table , Vice-Presidentg Speech Club: Cosmopolitan Club. BOTARD , WILLIE MAE Alice B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Round Table, Treasurerp Iames H. Lowry Club, President: S.C.R.A., Treasurer: Mary Swartz Rose Club. BREWER, MARGERY College Station B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Junior Beautypl Advisory Council: Chaparral Club, Treasurer III, President lVy Bryan Club, Vice- President III. BEESLEY, MARION Wichita Falls B. S., B. A. COSTUME DESIGN Phi Upsilon Omicrong Wichita Falls Club: Adelphian Club. BIVENS, BETTY LOU Camden, Ark. B. S. CHEMISTRY BLODGETT, MARY ELIZABETH Kerrville B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club. BRACHER, AGNES Port Lavaca B. S. BUSINESS EDUCATION Student Assistanty House Council Athenaeum: L.S.A., Secretary. BRIDGES, KATHERINE El Paso ' B. S. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Dietetics Association, Vice-Presi- dent: El Paso Club, Secretary Ill, President IV: L'Allegro Club. BRITAIN, ANITA Carlsbad, N. M. B. A. MATHEMATICS New Mexico Club, President II, Ill: Math Club, President IV, Vice- President Ill: Adelphian Club. BROWN, ELMOGENE Texarkana B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Texarkana Club, Treasurer: Mary Swartz Rose Club. BROWN, GYPSY OAKES Memphis, Tenn. B. A. ENGLISH English Club. BROWNING, MILDRED Cross Plains B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Phi Upsilon Omicron, President: Mary Swartz Rose Club, Secre- tary: Alpha Lambda Delta: Adel- phian Club. BUCHANAN, IEAN Grapevine B. S. SPEECH Freshman Class, Vice-President: Sophomore Class, Representative: Finance Chairman I: Chaparral Club, Vice-Presideni III: Student Body Secretary: Fort Worth Club: Who's Who: Dormitory Finance Chairman. Seniors A. . . BRITTON, EVELYN Denton B. A. ENGLISH B.S.U. Council. BROWN, FRANCES Tyler B. S. PIANO M.E.B. Club, President IV: Red Bud Princess III: Odeon Club: Modern Dance Club: House Council: Pro- iessional Music Club: Air Raid Warden. BROWN, LAURA Kilgore B. S. BIBLE BUCH, IEANNE Abilene B. S. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Club: Abilene Club. BUNDY, LYNADESE Valley View B. S. SECONDARY EDUCATION Student Advisory Council: Villag- ers Club. C I ass o f '44 BURTIS, MARY IACQUE Madisonville B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Philomaihia Club:' Polk Danc e Club: Health and Physical Educa- tion Professional Club. BUSCH, FRANCES ANN Carlsbad, N. M. B. S., B. A. CLOTHING AND TEXTILES M.E.B.: Cosmopolitan Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Mary Swartz Rose Club. CADWELL, VIRGINIA Platonic: B. S. INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION, MUSIC EDUCATION College Symphony: Aglaian Club: Music Professional Club: English Club. ' CALVERT, CHARLOTTE Brady B. S. DESIGN Senior Class, President: Art Club, Treasurer III: Alpha Lambda Delta, Historian Il: Philomathia Club, Vice-President IV. CAMPBELL, RUTH Dover, Ark. B. A. SPANISH Le Cercle Francais, Secretary III. 4' BUSBY, VIRGINIA Dilley B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION BYNUM, DOROTHY MARIE Waxahachie B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Library Science Club: Dean's List. CALHOON, HELEN JOYCE Liberty B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS Adelphian Club, Secretary IV. CAMPBELL, DORIS K. Olney B. S., B. A. FOODS AND NUTRITION 1 Aglaian Club, President IV: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Mary Swartz Rose Club: Round Table: Student Advisory Council. CARR, JUNE Brookesmith B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club, Treas- urer: Tarleton Club, Secretary: Newman Club: Adelphian Club. CARRELL, LEE Kaufman B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION Music Education Club, Symphony Orchestra I, II, III7 Kaufman Couniy Club. CAVALL, HAZELL Weatherford B. S. EDUCATION CLOUGH, MARGARET Dallas B. S. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Who's Whop Dallas Club, Presi- dentp Phi Upsilon Ornicron, Vice- 'Presidentg Philomathia, I-listoriang Mary Swartz Rose Club, Alpha Chi. COLLIER, LOUISE Spokane, Wash. B. S. CLOTHING AND COSTUME DESIGN Cosmopolitan Club, T reasurerg Daughters of U. S. Army, Phi Upsilon Omicronp Speech Club. COOKE, DOROTHY Tyler B. S. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Phi Upsilon Omicrong Aqlaian Club: Army Daughters Club: East Texas Club, Mary Swartz Rose Club. Seniors . .. CASWELL , MAY VAUGHAN Lubbock B, S SPEECH CLAYTON, FRANCES Texarkana B. A. ZOOLOGY , Alpha Chip Texarkana Club, H. I. Mueller Biology Club. COATS, MARTHA BELLE Keechi B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Delian Club, Mary Swartz Rose Club: Bapiist Student Union. COMPTON, JORETTA Sherman A B. S. KINDERGAETEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION Rifle Club: Kindergarten-Primary Educaiion Club. COWDEN, IOSEPHINE Pecos B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Big Bend Club, 'Mary Swartz Bose Club. Class of '44 COX JOY I Dallas LIBRARY SCIENCE Ahce Freeman Palmer Club Presl dent IV Lrbrary SCIEHCS Club Student AdVlSOfY Counc1l Alpha Lambda Della Le Cercle Francals Round Table Parharnentarlan COYLE, FLORENE Howlett HOME DEMONSTRATION CRAWFORD , MARGARET Mertzon SECRETARIAL STUDIES Adelpluan Club Tarleton Club CROW, FRANCES Canadlan BACTERIOLOGY CURTIS ALMIN Texarkana S B A COSTUME DESIGN FASHION ILLUSTRATION Texarkana Club PresIdent Art Club Della Phm Delta Secretary Dehan Club I COX, LOUENE Orange B. A. SECRETARIAL STUDIES Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Chip Sigma Phi Bela' Le Cercle Fran- cais Professional Business Women s Club COYLE, LORENE Rowleit HOME DEMONSTRATION CRONHOLM ETHELMARIE MAGGS Dallas COSTUME DESIGN AND CLOTHING Chaparral Club S C R A Art Club Mary Swartz Rose Club Galveston Club House Pres1 dent III CUCHENER GEORGINE Demson INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION MUSIC EDUCATION College Symphony Band Sere naders Musxc Club, AlIce Freeman Palmer Club Treasurer III Stu dent Ad.V1SOTY COunC1l COlleg1ales Busmess Manager IV CYGON, JEANNE W1ChllQ Falls B S B A CLOTHING AND COSTUME DESIGN DANIEL, BETTY FARMER Denton B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Wives Club. DAVIDSON, SAD IE LU Washington, D. C. B. S., B. A. SPEECH Who's Who, Student Advisory Council, President IV, Speech Club, Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Chi. DE CHAUMES, BONNIE BESS Palestine B. A. ' GENERAL EDUCATION DIETZE, MARGARET LORRAINE San Antonio I B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Freshman Danforth Award Win- ner, Mary Swartz Rose Club, Phi Upsilon Ornicron, Sayers Hall, President, House Council, Student Finance Council, President. DOUGLAS, MOGENE Shamrock B. A. SOCIOLOGY, GOVERNMENT Adelphian Club, Panhandle Club, Sociology Club, Reporter, Lamar Hall, President, House Council, Student Hostess. 3 ,-K , Seniors . . . DAVIDSON, LILLIAN CHENEY Corsicana B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Corsicana Club, Professional Club. DAVIS, DUANE Pecan Gap B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Student Advisory Council, Profes- sional Club, VicefPresident. DENMAN , IEANNE Henderson B. S. SPEECH East Texas Club, President, La Iunta, Athenaeum Club, Speech Club, College Theater, Nativity Pageant, Campus Caperettes, Stunts, Round Table. DINSMORE, MARY EDITH Electra B. S. ICINDEHGARTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION James H. Lowry Club, Vice-Presi- dent, College Symphony, Serenad- ers, Violin Trio, Kindergarten-Prb mary Education Club. DOUGLASS, BEBI Dallas B. S., B. A. CLOTHING AND COSTUME DESIGN Mary Swartz Rose Club. Class of '44 Dallas B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Who's Who: L'Allegro, Vice-Presi- dent IV: Stoddard Hall, President: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Mary Swartz Rose Club: Student Council: Red- bud Princess: TSCW Dietetics As- sociation. DUNN, CAROLYN Snyder B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Adelphian Club, Vice-President lll, President IV: Mary Swartz Rose Club: Red Bud Princess: Phi Up- silon Omicron: I-louse Council. EDWARDS, IOALICE LOUISE La Pryor B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Delian Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club: House Council: Southwest Texas Club. ELLISON, EDITH Denton B. A. HISTORY Representative, Sophomore Class: Junior Class, President: Chaparral Club: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Chi: Who's Who: Summer Senior Class, President: Student Body, President. EVANS, MARGARET Corsicana B. A. ENGLISH Press Club, President IV: Alpha Chi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Liter- ary Editor, Daedalian Quarterly: l-louse Council: English Club. DOWLING, FRANCES Robstown B. S. KINDEHGARTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION Corpus Christi Club: Press Club: S.C.R.A., Vice-President. DUSEK, DOROTHY ANN Temple B. S. ADVERTISING DESIGN Art Club. ELLIOTT, EILAH BLAN Stamford B. A. GENERAL SCIENCE Brackenridge Hall, Secretary: Round Table Secretary: Student Advisory Council: M.E.B., Histor- ian: Biology Club, President IV. IEISCUE, FRANCES Denton B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Villagers: Mary Swartz Rose Club. EVERSON, BARBARA JUNE Cleveland, Ohio B. S. ART EDUCATION Art Club. FERGUSON , VIVIAN Camp Wood B. S. AEI' EDUCATION La Iunta: Abilene Club: War Council Committee, Stoddard Hall: Art Club, Vice-President. FITCH, DOROTHY Abilene B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS ' Abilene Club, President IV, Vice- President Ill. FLEEMAN, CORNELIA Fort Smith, Ark. B. S. CLOTHING AND COSTUME DESIGN Who's Who: Chaparra1'C1ub: Mary Swartz Rose Club, President: Stu- dent Advisory Council, Vice-Presi- dent: Phi Upsilon Omicron. FOOSHEE, MARIE Greenville B, S, EDUCATION, HISTORY Intermediate-Grammar Grades Education Club. FOURNIER, ANDRENETTE Fort Worth B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Seniors. .. FINKLER, ANN Wichita Falls B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION Music Professional Club: Wichita Falls Club: Athenaeum Club. FLAKE, IESSIE Cleburne B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Betsy Ross Club, Treasurer: Li- brary Science Club: La Iunta. FLETCHER, FLORA LEE Denton B. S. HOIME ECONOMICS EDUCATION FONDREN, MAXINE Ranger B. S. GENERAL EDUCATION Intermediate-Grammar 'Grades Education Club. FOX, MARGARET Fort Worth B. A. IOURNALISM Who's Who: Editor of Daedalian Quarterly: Press Club, President IlI:' L'Allegro Club: Senior Editor of Annual: Student Advisory Coun- cil: Theta Sigma Phi: Round Table: Red Bud Princess: Ft. Worth Club: Iournalism Club: Le Cercle Fran- cais: War Editor, Lass-O: 'Dorm- itory Finance Chairman: French Tutor: Class Stunts: Dean's List: English Honors Session. Class of 44 Corsxcana ADVERTISING DESIGN Art Club Corsxcana Club FULLER VIRGINIA IANE Farmer Crty Ill BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS Cosmopolrtan Club Phrlomathra Club Brology Club Program Chcur man IV GILLESPIE, JUNE Fort Worth INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION Winner of LOUISS Pace Kmg P1ano Scholarslup Professxonal Musxc Club Fort Worth Club Archery Club Band Symphony Orches tra Modern Choxr GINOCCHIO, BETTY Norlh Lrttle Rock Ark HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Internahonal Relatlons Club Cos mopolrtan Club Mary Swartz Rose Club GOBLE LOUISE Mxsslon B A B S SPEECH Lrterary Edrtor Daedalxan Quar terly Presldent Natronal Colleg Iale Players Alpha Chr Speech Club Lowry Club FULLER IEANNE MARIE Lrltle Rock Ark BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Cosmopolxtan Club Newman Club Phrlomathra Club Secretary IV Stoddard Socxal Actrvrues Chcur man GERMANY, PATTILOU Dallas COSTUME DESIGN FASHION ILLUSTRATION Art Edrtor Daedahan Quarterly Le Cercle Francais Chaparral Club GILSON MARIORIE IO HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Adelphran Club Vrce PresIdent Phr Upsllon Omlcron Chaplam House Councll G1sH, JUNE ROSE Nederland KINDEHGARTEN PRIMARY EDUCATION K1ndergcITtenPr1mary Educatron Club Socxology Club GORDON, SUE FRANCES Corsrcana S BUSINESS EDUCATION Alpha Lambda Della Phmlomathia Club Professzonal Busmess Worn ens Club Secretary Treasurer III Corsrcana Club PresIdenl Alpha Ch: Correspondxng Secretary III Sxqrna Phx Beta 7 ' , . B. A. I ' B. S. I ' H ' ' ' ' - , B. S. ' , . Bs., B. A. ' V Silsbee B. S. B. S. . . - . ' I - W B. S. l . ' , . B. S. 4 ' B. . GREEN, MARY SHULL Greenville B, S, GENERAL EDUCATION Greenville Club, President, Chap- arral Club, D.A.B.p Ptedbud Prin- CSSS. GRIEEITH, JOYCE Lufkin ' B. A. SECRETARIAI. STUDIES Business and Professional Wom- en's Club, Vice-President, Adel- phian Club, East Texas Cluby Caperettes. HADEN, NORMA Graham B. A. ENGLISH Mesquite Club, President: Alice Freeman Palmer Club, Parliamenv tarian. HAMILTON, RUTH El Paso B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Library Science Club. HANEY, MARGIE Roscoe B. S. ADVERTISING DESIGN Art Editor, Daedalian Annual: Art Club, President, M.E.B. Club, Car- toonist on the Lass-O. Seniors .. GRIBBLE, MARION McGregor B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS Iames H. Lowry Club, Business and Professional Women's Club. GROMAN , GAL HAYES Tulsa, Okla. B. S. ENGLISH Delian Club: English Club. HAJEK, GRACE Schulenburg B. S. ART EDUCATION Art Club. HAMMOND, VIRGINIA BELLE Dallas B. S. SECHETARIAL STUDIES Dallas Club: S.C.R.Ag Student Advisory Council. HARLAN, JULIA Marlin B. S., B. A. BACTERIOLOGY, LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS Biology Club, Betsy Ross Club: Rifle Club, President III. Class of '44 HARRIS , SUZANNE Texarkana B. A. DESIGN Art Clubg M.E.B.p Delia Phi Delta: Texarkana Club. HATHAWAY, MARY ELEANOR Port Arthur B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club. HAWKINS, DOROTHY Dallas B. S. CLOTHING AND COSTUME DESIGN HAYMAN, DOROTHY LEE Waco B. S. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Mary Swartz Rose Club. HEARN, MAURINE Dallas B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION HARRISON, FRANCES WILKERSON Memphis, Tenn. B. S., B. A. ' KINDEIIGAHTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION Kindergarten-Primary Club. HATLEY, FRANCINE Ranger B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION, INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION Odeon Clubg La Iuntag Redbud Program, Alice Freeman Palmer Club, Vice-President, Professional Music Club: Modern Choir: Sym- phony Orchestra. ' HAYES, MILDRED McKinney B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Adelphian Club, Mary Swartz Rose Club. HAYNES, BOBBIE Garden City B. A. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club, Vice- Presidentg Philomathia Club. HEATH, NORMA Magnolia, Ark. ' B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION Modern Choir, Vocalaireshg Adel- phian Club. HEIMBURGER, CLARA Denison B. S., B. A. CLOTHING AND TEXTILES Mary Swartz Rose Club: Alpha Chi, President IV: Phi Upsilon Omicron: S.C.R.A.: Alice Freeman ' Palmer Club, Secretary IV: House Council. HINSON, MARY LOU Spring Lake B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club. HODGES, IANE E. Burlington B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION HOOKS, JANE Crockett B. S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION Kindergarten-Primary Club, Presi- dent: Palestine Club, Vice-Presi- dent: Texas State Association for Childhood Education, Secretary: Philornathia: House Council. HOWARD, NAOMI Houston ' B. A. SPEECH Redbud Festival Program: Speech Club: National Collegiate Players. Seniors . .. HICKMAN, MARTHA Dallas B. S., B. A. ART EDUCATION Philornathia Club: Art Club: House Council: Math Club. HODGES, DOROTHY IEAN Fordyce, Ark. B. S. GENERAL SCIENCE Bioloqy Club: Cosmopolitan Club. HOLCOMB, BILLIE ELIZABETH Iaclcsonville B. A. SPEECH Speech Club: East Texas Club. HOOPER, MARY SUE Fort Worth B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION L'Alleqro Club, Treasurer: Fort Worth Club: Modern Dance Club: House Council: Health and Physi- cal Education Professional Club. HURLEY, MARY IANE Fort Worth B. S. SPEECH M.E.B.: Speech Club: Fort.Worth Club: Verse Speaking Choir: New- man Club: Stunts: Radio Work- shop: College Little Theater: Texas School of the Air. Class of 44 Bxg Sprmg SECHETARIAL STUDIES Alpha Lambda Della Alpha Kap pa Delta Professxonal Busmess Women s Club Alpha Chl Slgma PI Beta Secretary Treasurer INGRAM PAT Dallas SPEECH Speech Club Socroloqy Club Dallas Club IAMISON MARY FRANCES Sherman IOURNALISM Busmess Manager DAEDALIAN An nual Presmlent Theta Sxqma P111 SOC1GlY Edltor LassO Iournahsm Club Round Table 1oHNsoN, BETTY 1 Houston HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION W R A Second Vlce Pres1dent Manager Aquatlcs Health and Physlcal Education Profess1onal Club JOHNSON NINA LEE Fort Worth B S GENERAL BUSINESS Professxonal B u s I n e s s Women s Club Betsy Ross Club VxcePres1 dent HUTCHISON IO MARIE Fort Worth MUSIC EDUCATION Musrc Club IACKSON BARBARA HANCOCK Denton HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Alpha Lambda Delta V1l1aqers Ph1 Ups1lon Ornxcron MEB IARRATT LOUISE StepheI'1v1lle HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Aclelphxan Club Mary Swartz Rose Club IOHNSON LOUISE Center Poons AND NUTRITION Phllornathra Club Mary Swartz Rose Club Hedbucl Prmcess JONES MARGARET ELIZABETH TulIa SECRETARIAL STUDIES Aclelphlan Club Panhandle Club Presldent Round Table h 9 B.s. ' 7 B.S, B.s. B.s. . l ' B.s. B.A. . B.s. B.s. , ' W- , ' B.s. IONES, MARY C. Houston B, S, BACTERIOLOGY AND CLINICAL PATHOLOG-Y Iarnes Mueller Biology Club: Villagers. KAISER, IEAN Katy ' B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Hockey Club: Hiking Club: Health and Physical Education Profes- sional Club: L.S.A., President. KESTERSON, MARY LOU San Angelo B. A. ENGLISH KING, LAURA Fort Worth B. A. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT L'Allegro Club: TSCW Dietetics Association: House President, I, III: Sophomore Class Treasurer: Fi- nance Chairman, Stoddard. 4 KING, MARY DALE Whitewright B. S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION Alpha Lambda Delta: Chaparral Club: President, Houston Hall: Stu- dent Council: Secretary, Bracken- ridqe Hall: Kindergarten-Primary Education Club, Secretary Il. Seniors. . . IONES, ROSALYN Eldorado B. S. EDUCATION James H. Lowry Club. KEITH, ALMA IEAN Wichita Falls B. A. SPANISH La Iunta: Wichita Falls Club, President. KIENE, IO ANN Dalhart B. S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Panhandle Club: Delian Club. KING, MARGARET Washington, D. C. B. S., B. A. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Vice-Pres., Student Body: Treas- urer, Senior Class: Pres., Vice-Pres., Cosmopolitan Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Pres., Vice-Pres., Home Economics Education Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club: Philomathia Club: Student Council: Round Ta- ble: House Council: Stunts: Red- bud Princess: Secretary, Sayers Hall: Who's Who. KIRK, ERNESTINE Temple B. S., B. A. INTERIOR DESIGN Delta Phi Delta, Vice-President: Art Club: Athenaeum Club. Class of '44 Lampasas B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club: B.S.U. Council: Child Development Club, Vice-President. KOERNER, NORA Gainesville B. S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION Philomathia: Kindergarten-Primary Education Club, Secretary. KREISLEB, YETTA Galveston B. S. rooms AND NUTRITION Phi Upsilon Omicron: Galveston Club. LAKE, N ITA Crockett - B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club: Athena- eum Club: An-Ho-Co Club. LANE, MARGARET Marshall E. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Delta Phi Delta: D.A.R.: Library Science Club. KNOX, IEANE Pampa B. S. INTERIOR DESIGN Art Club: Rifle Club: Panhandle Club: Modern Choir. KRAHN, DOROTHY Houston B. A. MATHEMATICS WRA Board: Math Club: Houston Club: Knitting Chairman III: War Activities Chairman, Stoddard Hall IV. KURTZ, ELLEN ELAINE Wellington, Kan. B. S. INTERIOR DESIGN Art Club: Alice Freeman Palmer Club: Cosmopolitan Club. LANCASTER, DELYGHTE Granbury B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION M.E.B.: Stunts: Music Club. LETZ, RUBY LAVERNE Old Glory B. A. JOURNALISM Theta Sigma Phi: Iournalism Club, Vice-President: Amusements Edi- tor of the Lass-O: Associate Editor of the DAEDALIAN Annual: Abi- lene Club. LIGON, DORIS GAIL Lampasas B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION LINDSEY, DAVID MARIE Iacksboro B. A. BIBLE LINDSEY, VIVIAN IEAN Iacksboro B. A. ENGLISH English Club: Mesquite Club. LOOMIS, NELLIE IANE Dallas B. A. SPANISH English Club, Dallas Club, La Iunta. MIADAMS, MARGARET Dallas B. A. EDUCATION Senior Class, Secretary, Chaparral Club, Secretary, Fitzgerald Hallg Kindergarten-Primary Club, Latin Club, Secretary, Round Table: House Council, Stunts, Student Advisor. Seniors . .. LINCH, FRANCES Paris B. S. INTERIOR DESIGN Art Club. LINDSEY, FLORINE Magnolia, Ark. B. S. PIANO LONDON, LOIS Leonard B. A. FOODS AND NUTRITION ' Mary Swartz Rose Club, Rifle Club: Le Cercle Francais: Student Assistant. LOVE, BILLIE Terrell B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS Alice Freeman Palmer Club, Kauf- man County Club, Treasurer. MICALMAN, DOROTHY Sherman B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION L'Alleqro Clubg Music Club. Class of '44 Graham " ENGLISH Mesquxte Club Presxdenl Enghsh Club Vice PresIdent Soclology Club Secretary Sayers Hall Al pha Kappa Della Alice Freeman Palmer Club M KAIN, COLLEEN ROSE Desdemona BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION M LEAN, IANE Dxlley BUSINESS EDUCATION Professxonal Busmess Womens Club Adelphlan Club M QUADE DORIS WlCh1lG Falls MI-:HCI-IANDISING Del1an Club W1ch1icI Falls Club Vice Presxdent Professlonal Busl ness Womens Club MALLCRY MARILYN Dallas B S COSTUME DESIGN Phxlomathla Club Art Club Dal las Club M GUIRE, ELLA BESS Celeste INSTITUTION MANAGEMENT Mary Swartz Rose Club MKENZIE MARY SUE Hearne ENGLISH Athenaeum Club Secretary M MATH MARGARET Krum CHEMISTRY Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Chi Redbud Prmcess Chermstry Club resldent MALLARD LENA MARIE ADAMS CLOTHING AND COSTUME DESIGN ryan Club Chaparral Club Soph omore Beauty AGM Representa tlve to Texas Umversxiy Round Up qgxe Day Sweetheart Stunts MARQEZK ADELYN Fayettewlle Ark INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Mary Swartz Rose Club Adel hIan Club B.S. I . ' B..I. . ' B.A. B.S. B.S. P ' . I ' B.S. I C Bryan B.S. B : : - - - BA A ' P ' ' , . B.S. , P . A MARTIN, DOROTHY Wylie B. A. GENERAL BUSINESS MARTIN , PATRICIA Raymondville B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Adelphian Club, Dieletics Associa- tion: Mary Swartz Rose Club. MATTINGLY, GERDEAN Houston B. A. MATHEMATICS Mathematics Club, President: James H. Lowry Club. MAXWELL , ELIZABETH Denton B. S- SPEECH Who's Who: D.A.R.p M.E.B. Club, Villagers' Club: Daughters of U. S. Army: Speech Club, President: Na- tional Collegiate Playersp College Symphony, Serenadersg Verse Speaking Choir, College Little Theaterp Texas School of the Air. MENTER, EVELYN, RAYLENE Warren, Ark. B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Iames H. Lowry Club: Library Science Club. Seniors . .. MARTIN, JOYCE Waxahachie B, A, ENGLISH Home Demonstration Club, Press Club, Treasurerg S.C.R.A. MATTHEWS, BOBBYETTA Canadian B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION MAXEY, MARILYN Port Arthur B. S. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Modern Dance Club, President, L'Allegro Club: Senior Represen- tative, Health and Physical Edu- cation Professional Club. MEDINA, PEGGY College Station B. S. FOREIGN TRADE La Iuntap Chaparral Club: Bryan Club, Secretary, President. MERRILL, JANE Colorado City B. A. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Class of 44 MICHAEL, DOROTHY JEAN Fort Worth ENGLISH Alpha ChI V1cePres1dent Enghsh Club Presrdent Alpha Lambda Delta Press Club Enqlrsh Hon ors SessIon Honors Day Student Assrstant Le Cercle Franca1s Fort Worth Club MILLER, BERNICE Boerne GOVERNMENT Modern Cho1r Delxan Club Secre tary Treasurer San Antonto Club Student Aclvzsory CouncIl MON KS , ELIZABETH Nederland INTERIOR DESIGN Ahce Freeman Palmer Club Art Club Treasurer Math Club Delta Phx Delta MOORE, KATHERINE Eldorado INSTITUTION MANAGEMENT MORROW MARY ALICE Sherman B A LIBRARY SCIENCE Llbrary Sclence Club, Treasurer, Alxce Freeman Palmer Club, Le Cercle FTGHCCIIS, SCRA MIDDLETON GRACIE College Stauon ENGLISH Bryan Club Reporter Aglamn Club Secretary Enqllsh Club DAR MILLER MARIORIE Clovrs N M FASHION ILLUSTRATION MONTAGUE, MARY ELLA Bay CIty HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Health and Phys1cal Educatlon Professmnal Club PresIdent House Councrl Student Chazrman South ern Dxstnct of H G P E ASSOCIG hon MORRIS MILDRED Henderson SPANISH East Texas Club Secretary Treas urer La Iunta MORTON, BETTY JEAN Spearman B S B A FOODS AND NUTRITION L Allegro Club Mary Swartz Rose Club, Dxetetrcs Assocxatron Treas urer, PresIdent ! x 1 - ' ' B.A. , 1 ' , : ' : B.A. . . . .I . I . i . , ' : : 2 ' ' ' : : l F I 7 I I ' ', . . B.S. COSTUME DESIGN, B.A. f ,' ' ' B.S. . F I ' . ' : : ' . - B.A. ' I . I : I ' B.A. I I Q I . . B.S. . ., . . . ' : I . I . MULLEN, MARY MARGARET Beaumont B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Iames H. Lowry Club: Library Science Club. NAU, EVANGELINE Corpus Christi B. S., B. A. INTERMEDIATE-GRAMMAR GRADES EDUCATION Adelphian Club. NUTTALL, FRANCES Shreveport, La. ' B. S. Foons AND NUTRITION Alice Freeman Palmer Club, President. OINEILL, PLORA Dallas B. S. INSTITUTION MANAGEMENT Alpha Chi: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Adelphian Club: Dietetics Asso' ciation, Secretary. PARKER, BARBARA JEAN Beckville B. A. MUSIC EDUCATION . Seniors . .. MURPHY, BARBARA ANN Batesville, Ark. B. S. SPEECH Radio Workshop, Secretary: Speech Club. NEELLEY, GLORIA Bryan B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS Adelphian Club: Bryan Club. OLSON, BETTY MAE Houston B. S. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Adelphian Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club. OTT, ELIZABETH HAYNES Commerce B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION Professional Music Club, Vice-Presi- dent: Symphony Orchestra: Iames H. Lowry Club. PARKS, WANDA NELL Danville, Ark. B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS Class of '44 PATE , BETTY - Sweetwater B. A. ADVERTISING: DESIGN M.E.B. Club, Vice-President. PAUL, MARTHA IANE Fort Worth B. S. ORGAN Professional Music Club. PEACOCK, MAE REYNOLDS Dallas B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE A Iames H. Lowry Club, Secretary. PEARCE, MARY Jo Center B. S. Music EDUCATION Serenadersg Symphony Orchestra: .Band. PHILIPS, CHAMPE Big Spring B. S. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Journalism Club, Vice-President: Folk Dance Club: Annual Staff: Lass-O Staff, Corresponding Secre- tary, Health and Physical Educa- tion Professional Club: Leader of the "Lost Chords." PATTERSON, INUS Dallas B. S. Music EDUCATION Professional Music Club: House Council: House Secretary: Modern Choir: Stunts. HAYMAN, DOROTHY Waco B. S. INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT Mary Swartz Rose Club. PEARCE , MARGARET Fife I B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Philomathia Club, Historian: Tarle- ton Club, Vice-President: Home Economics Education Club, Secre- tary: Mary Swartz Rose Club: Heart O' Texas Club. PHAUP, MARIE Tyler B. S. VOCATIONAL 1-roms ECONOMICS Home Demonstration Club, Presi- dent: Mary Swartz Rose Club: Round Table. PIERCE, MARIANNA Waxahachie B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION, INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION Symphony Orchestra: Band: Radio Ensemble: Business Manager, Serenadersy Iames H. Lowry Club, Treasurer: Music Clubp Student Advisor, Student Assistant. Prrrs, OUIDA Athens B. S. BUSINESS EDUCATION Professional Business Women's Club. PRATLEY, DOROTHY Galveston B. A. HISTORY Student Advisory Council: Delian Club: Round Table: House Coun- cil: Galveston Club, Treasurer, President. PRICE , CHARLOTTE EVELYN Abernathy B. S. HOME EcoNoM1cs Delian Club: Modern Choir: Mary Swartz Rose Club. PUTNAM, MARY ALICE - Lueders B. S. SPEECH Philomathia Club: Speech Club: Abilene Club: Lost Chords Club. o REED , MARTHA IANE Stillwater, Okla. B. A. ART Art Club: Cosmopolitan Club: L'Alleqro Club. Seniors . .. PLISKAL, HILMA Cuero B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Aqlaian Club: Library Science Club: House Council. PREECE, NANCY San Antonio B. A. DESIGN Delta Phi Delta, President: Art Club: Aqlaian Club. PRYOR, EVALYN Dallas B. A. SOCIOLOGY Sociology Club. RANSPOT, MARY ELIZABETH Graham B. A. ENGLISH Athenaeum Club: English Club: Mesquite Club: House Council. RICE, ELIZABETH Dallas B. A. ENGLISH Alpha Lambda Delta: La Junta: Mary Swartz Rose Club. Class of '44 RICHARDSON, IENNIE BELLE Fairfield B. S. SECRETARIAL STUDIES Professional Business WoInen's Club, Parliamentarian. RICHTER, WILMA Abernathy B. S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY EDUCATION L'Allegro Club: Kindergarten-PIL mary Education Club. ROBINSON, IESSIE L. Dallas B. S. ADVERTISING DESIGN Dallas Club: Art Club. ROBINSON, RUTH Dalhart B. S. GENERAL HOME ECONOMICS Panhandle Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club. ROWAN, SUE Murchison B. S. HOME ECONOMICS RICHARDSON , MARY JANE Little Rock, Ark. B. A. SOCIOLOGY Alpha Ka ppa Delta, President: Philomathia Club, Secretary and President: Sociology Club, Secre- tary: Modern Choir. I ROBERTSON, VIRGINIA Fort Worth ' B. A. SPANISH Fort Worth Club, Vice-President: M.E.B. Club: Newman Club, Cap- tain: Sociology Club: La Junta: International Relations Club. ROBINSON, MARIORIE MICRACKEN Denton B. S. CLOTHING AND TEXTILES Alice Freeman Palmer Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club. RODCERS, JANICE Amarillo B. S. INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION P a n h a n d l e Club: Intermediate- Grammar Grades Education Club. RUETER , ELIZABETH Lorena B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Home Demonstration Club, Pro- gram Chairman: Tarleton Club, President. RUSSELL, SUSANNE Stamford B, S, FOODS AND NUTRITION SAMSEL, ROSE Evanston, Ill. B. S., B. A. IOURNALISM, ENGLISH Editor of the Lass-Oy Wl1o's Who: Math Clubp Iunior Class Secretary, Cosmopolitan Club, Vice-President III, IV, Iournalism Club, Secretary- Treasurer Ill, M.E.B. Club: Orches- tra: Theta Sigma Phi, Secretary, Junior Editor of Annual llly Dormi- tory Finance Chairman II, III: Stu- dent Council: War Council, Stunts. SCAMARDO, BETTY Mumford B. S. GENERAL EDUCATION Adelphian Club, Newman Club. SCOGGIN, VIRGINIA Tatum B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION M.E.B. Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club: East Texas Club. SHERRILL, HARRIETT Lewisville, B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION Villagers Club: S.C.R.A. Seniors .. SAEN GER, PLO Kerrville B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION M.E.B, Secretary: Music Club, Pres- identg Summer School Student Body President, W'ho's Who: President of Stoddard Hall, Summer Session: Lutheran Students Associationg Modern Choir. SAVAGE, JOY Port Neches B. A. SOCIOLOGY Philomathia Club: Sociology Club, Secretary. SCHWAB , MARIORIE Galveston B. A. BACTERIOLOGY Biology Club: Alpha Lambda Del- ta, Treasurer: Alpha Chip Philo- mathia Club. SHEPARD, FERN ' Lovington, N. M. B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Delian Club, President: New Mex- ico Cluby Mary Swartz Rose Club. SHOFNER, KATHLEEN Texarkana B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE Delian Club: Library Science Club: Texarkana Club. Class of '44 SILVEY, ALICE College Station B. A., B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION, INSTRUMENTAL SUPBRVISION Symphony Orchestrag Bryan Club. SIMON, MARY ANNE Fort Worth B. S. ART EDUCATION Art Club. SMITH, IUDY STUBBS San Antonio B. S. PIANO Redbud Princess: Student Assist- ant: Music Tutory House Councilf Aggie Sweetheart Nominee: Jun- ior Beauty Nominee: Student Coun- cil: President, Brackenridge Hall: L'A1legro Club, Secretary: San An- tonio Club, Treasurer. ' SMITH, sUs1E , Fordyce, Ark. B. S. SPEECH Speech Club, Cosmopolitan Club: House Council. STAILEY, BENIALEE Dallas B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Dallas Club, Mary Swartz Rose Club. SIMMONS, MARY KATHRYN Beeville B. S. VOICE M.E.B.Clubg Modern Choirg Stunts: Music Education Club. SMITH, BETTY MAE San Benito B. A. SPANISH La Iunta, President, International Relations Club, Vice-President: Na- tional Pan-American Student For- um, Secretary. SMITH, MARIORIE Ponta B. S. VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS East Texas Club,. Vice-President, Presidentg Adelphian Club: Mary Swartz Rose Club. STAFFORD, HELEN Lawton, Okla. B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club, Treas- urer: Philomathia Club. STANARD, MARY LOU Dallas B. A. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARXFJEDUCATION L'Allegro Clubp Dallas Club, Kin- dergarten-Primary Education Club. gl STARR, ALDEN Fort Worth B. S. ADVERTISING DESIGN Art Club. STEVENSON, FRANCES Wellington B. A. CHEMISTRY Delian Club, Rush Captain: Pan- handle Club: Chemistry Club: Stu- dent Advisory Council. STRICKLAND, HELEN Cleburne B, S, SECHETAEIAI. STUDIES Folk Dance Club: International Re- lations Clubg Sociology Club. SWICK, DOROTHY HEADLEE Denton B. S. ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS L'AllegrO Club: Villagers Club, Serenozdersg Local Student Repre- sentative, Redbud Princess. TAYLOR, HELEN L. Dallas B. A. LIBRARY SCIENCE ' Library Science Club, Secretary Seniors.. STEUSOFF, IUNE Liberty B. S. MUSIC EDUCATION Philomathia Club: Odeon Club: House Council, Stunts. STONE, SARA WAYNE Dallas B. A. SPANISH La Iunta Club: Student Advisory Council. STROTHER, CAROLYN Elaine, Ark. B. S. BUSINESS EDUCATION Athenaeum Club, Vice-President, Math Club: Professional Business Women's Club. TATE , LEONE Stephenville B. S. VOCATIONAI. HOME ECONOMICS THOMPSON, LINDA LEE Marshall B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION East Texas Clubg Iames H. Lowry Clubp Mary Swartz Rose Club, Student Assistantp Student Advisor. Class of 44 Shamrock SOCIOLOGY Freshman Beauty Semor Class Vice Presldenl Agqle Day Sweet heart College Capers Modern Choxr Cotton Ball Duchess SOCIOI ogy Club Panhandle Club Chap arral Club Vlfhos Who TURNER MARY LOUISE Donna SOCIOLOGY Betsy Ross Club Secretary Treas urer R10 Grande Valley Club Soclology Club Treasurer Folk Dance Club Costume Dxrector Presmlent VARISCO , LOUISE Bryan BUSINESS EDUCATION Bryan Club Adelpluan Club L Junta Newman Club VLETAS, MARGARET AbIlene HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Abxlene Club VICQ Preszdenl Round Table Ag1aIan Club Mary Swartz Rose Club Clothlnq and Costume Deslqn Club WALKER, JANET SanAnlon1o FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club TURNER, KATHRYN Iacksonvmlle LIBRARY SCIENCE Lxbrary ScIence Club Vxce Pres1dent Phllomallua Club VAN BUSKIRK, PENELOPE Dallas B S B A HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DAR Secretary Leadershxp Club Hockey Club VAUGHAN , RUBY Arlmgton VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Mary Swartz Rose Club Hostess WALDMANN, FLORA Denton HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alpha Chl Serv1ce Wwes Club PresIdent Tutor WALKER, MARY EDN A Corrngan HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 9 ' B. A. B. A. B. A. ' ' I ' B. s. B. s. : ' I GY . 1 B. s. ' B. s. - , ' , , ' ' B. s. ' B. s. WARD, BURNIS MARIE Louise B, A FOREIGN TRADE WHATLEY, ANNIE MAE Denton B. S., B. A. . SPEECH WILLETT, ALICIA E1 Paso B. S. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club, Secretary- Treasurer. WILSON, BILLIE Ennis B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club, Rainbow Club: Adelphian Club. WORTHINGTON, .ADA Iacksboro B. S. GENERAL BUSINESS Seniors. . Class of '44 WARD, DORIS Mobile, Ala B, A, SOCIOLOGY, HISTORY Alpha Lambda Delta, Sociology Club, President, Cosmopolitan Club. WHITE, WANDA Springfield B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Mary Swartz Rose Club. WILLIAMS, RUTH L. Hot Springs, Ark. B. S. FOODS AND NUTRITION Arkansas Club, Vice-President: Mary Swartz Rose Club, Cosmo- politan Club: Dietetics Association. WOOD, IEAN Denton B. S., B. A. HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION Mary Swartz Rose Club. YOUNG, IEAN Lubbock ' B. A. 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I-. lx t. V BARBARA Cooic ggfimlx Vice-President . - l . 1 V T SCOTTIE QUARTURE gm E I Secretary P.. - ,Z E 'ejgzy-ali . 5 'AF ' J 1 gli? fx. ,:v I ' H .- l' 3 N, , ..,, Y .4 hs, is ' V1 FL: l V ' i J 1 L'P Q,- IoY IOHNSON, President Junior Officers The l944 Iunior Class Was character- ized 'by students who liked fun, but who realized the importance ot the part they played in the World of today and that of tomorrow. Their aim was to do their ut- most toward winning the War in addition to college studies and activities. Evidence of that is the tact that juniors in Bracken- ridqe l-lall sold more than 31,000 Worth ot bonds and stamps in one niqht. Entertainment highlights for these jun- iors Were a formal dance and a camp fire. They kept before them the serious purpose for which they came to college. PEGGY TRICKEY, Representative MAR GWEN BALL Treasurer H-w ul 4450 . 14? Alaniva, Marian Alba, Sarita Allred, Cassie Anderson, Hart Iacksonville New Orleans, La. San Angelo Weatherford Anderson, Marjorie Belle Tribune, Kan. Anderson, Peggy Arnold, Ieanne Ashe, Ernestine Auld, Aydeen Atkins, Helen Bachman, Ruth Bartlett, Dorothy Bauer, Helen Baxley, Maudell Beckman, Rosemary Benson, Katherine Ann Bergbrede, Edwina Bibb, ludy Bickley, Ieanne Blackrnon, Lucille . Blanton, Iuanita Blocker, Dorothy Boatman, Ruth Boehm, Cordelia Bradley, Mary Ioe Brewer, Adelaide Bridges, Margaret Ann Briley, Marian Brookshire, Betty Lew Brown, Lilla lean Brown, Marcia Bush, Nancy Byers, Patricia Cady, Ruth Campbell, Anita Agua Dulce Alvin Fort Worth Kerrville DeWitt, Ark. Dallas Kilgore Paris Nacoqdoches Houston Wortham Houston Fort Worth Clovis, N. M. Lamesa Dallas Fort Worth St. Ioseph, Mo. Moulton San Antonio Iacksonville Memphis, Tenn. Dallas Liberty Corsicana Denton McKinney Uvalde Houston Dallas Class of '4 The Juniors Carlson, Emily Dallas Carmignani,Ar1na Marie Galveston Carr, Lourena Port Arthur Caughran, Doris L. Chisholm Cawthon, lane Abilene Chernosky, Ioyce Houston Chowning, Mary Beth Truscott Clonts, Doris ' Knox City Clyburn, Billie Knott Cobb, Nita Gilmer Coker, Lily lack Novice Cole, Virginia Denton Collins, Marjorie Garland, Ark. Cook, Edith Fae Crosby Cooley, Sarah Memphis, Tenn. Cooper, Lucile Iacksboro Cottle, Mary P. Orange Creely, Agnes Crumpacker, Bonnie Ioe New Orleans, La. Lake Charles, La. Crutchfield, Ann . Palestine Curl, Rosemary Tolar Daniel, Billye Ruth Golclthwalte Danforcl, Mary Alice Keechi Davies, Margaret Victoria DeBlieux, Kathryn Shreveport, La. Dedmon, Mrs. Hazel Baytown Dial, Alice Forest Dickson, Coral Oklahoma City, Okla. Dillard, Mary Helen Doane, Mary Belle Doebeli, Primrose Br Early, Martha Ebert, Iune Eclmiston, lean Edwards, Gladys Nell Wichita Falls Goose Creek iclqeport, Conn. Brinkley, Ark. Winfield, Kan. Houston Cruqer, Miss. Ekas, Margaret Eldridge, Virginia Essex, Iean Ann Esterak, Merle Farler, Norma . Farris, Bettye Io Farris, Mrs. Wanda Ferguson, Merle Files, Wanda Kilgore Kerrville DeWitt, Ark. Wallis Valley View Hearne Denton Santa Anna Knobel, Ark. Flanagin, Fayle Kathryne Dallas Fleck, Ruth Dallas Fletcher, Myrl Sadler Fletcher, Ruth Port Worth Floyd, Lyndall Centerville Forrester, Rachel Muskogee, Okla. Foster, Willie Fae Haskell Friesen, Mary Belle Hutchinson, Kan. Puess, Kitty Stuttgart, Ark. Gardner, Rebecca Merkel Garner, Doris Quanah Gibbons, Lois I Crum Gilmore, Mary Beth Muskogee, Okla. Gist, Billie Marie Abilene Gowan, Peggy Ann Kerens Gunn, Martha Crane Gunstead, Mary Pilot Point Hagan, Frances Mineral Wells HCIQGF, loan San Benito Haggard, Arlyne Alvin Hames, Mrs. Loubeth Sulphur Springs Hamilton, Lucile Arlington HCll'I1I1'1OD,d, Nancy . Gfegnvjug Hancock, Marie Raton, N. M. Hancock, Mrs. Murl Hanger Hare, Marjorie Fort Worth Class of '4 Harris, Dorothy Saint To Harrison, Dorothy Frost Hart, Dorothy Beaumont Hartgrave, Lora Pelly Harwell, Eleanor Kathrynn Brandon Helbach, Eleanor Henderson, Helen Henderson, Maxine Henderson, Sue Herring, Lonnelle Heustess, Marian Higginbotham, Kitty Hildreth, Mary Coty Hile, Mary Katherine Hobson, Martha Ann Hodges, Bertie Holler, Mary Frances I-lollingworth, Dortha Holmes, Gloria Holmes, Iesse Hale Hoover, Mary Howdeshell, Wan Dee Hughston, Beverly Hull, lane I-Iyer, Betty Ivy, Beatrice Jackson, Margaret leffry, Mrs. Vivian Johnson, Clarice Johnson, Ioy Iones, lane Jones, Mary Louise Jones, Virginia Jordan, Neina Kelsey, Sarah E1 Dorado, Ark. Hot Springs, Ark. Menard ' Luikin Breckenridge Forrest City, Ark. Overton Farrnersville Phillips Paducah Beaumont Holliday lraan Shamrock Magnolia, Ark. Eldorado Sulphur Springs Crowell Carthage Coleman College Station Gorman Fort Worth Hutto Terrell Kilgore San Antonio Dallas - Waco Leonard Class of Kennedy, Harriett Kerby, Margaret Kern, Marian Key, Geneice Killen, Mary Koons, Elizabeth Lafon, Iosephine Land, Grace Leak, Mary Ruth Leeper, Cynthia Leonard, Katherine Leslie, Berta Lindsay, LaFaun Lively, lane Lopez, Delia Lorenz, Theo Lowry, Barbara Ann Lynch, Ioanne McCaffery, Othene McClenny, Louise McClure, Dorothy McCormack, Melba McGowan, Mackie McCutchen, lean McLean, Martha McMullen, Martha lo McNeill. ludith Mann, Florence' Mann, Sue Marbry, Jacque Marcak, Marjorie Marlin, Iacqueline Martin, Mary Ellene Martin, Norine Mather, Billie Lou Eagle Pass McKinney Dallas Vernon Beaumont Fort Worth Laredo Kirbyville Overton Fort Worth Kerrville Dallas Fort Worth Defticlcler, Ark. Elsa Waco Victoria Dallas Balmorhea Big Spring Tyler Angleton Wichita Falls San Antonio Dilley Velasco Dallas Lexington, Ind. Denton Brownwood Victoria Quanah Iredell Menard Corsicana The Juniors l Meador, Rebecca Melancon, Hazel Merchant, Lycia Meyer, Dorothy Meyers, Ieanne Miller, Maxine Milner, Alice I Mitchell, Mary Ann Mizell, Geneva Monaghan, Marjorie Ann Montgomery, Doris Mooneyham, Rose Morgan, Inez Morris, Virginia Murnane, Ellecia I Murphy, Sue Myatt, lean Ellen Myrick, Dorothy Neilson, Laura N egy, Barbara Niissle, Margaret Anne Oakrnan, Maidette O'Brien, Ioan Oechsner, Virginia Oliver, Marie Olsen, Mary Helen Ordat, Marilyn Owen, Rachel Owen, Ruth Padgett, Mary Ruth Padrick, I aclcie Page, Marjorie Palmer, Margaret Parker, Velna Peace, Pauline Beckville San Antonio Nacogdoches Longview Wichita Falls Boerne Bay City Dallas Texarkana Breckenridge Abilene Denton Denton Wichita Falls . Dallas Amarillo McAllen I acksonville Honey Grove Lamesa Houston Ardmore, Okla. Holliday Wichita Falls San Saba Waco Electra Whitney Temple Graham Houston Wichita Falls Kaufman Douqlassville Magnolia, Ark. Perkins, Dorothy Pierce, Betty Pinckarcl, Betty Pinckard, Gloria Powledqe, Ann Price, Iuanita Price, Patricia Quarture, Mildred Quinn, Martha Ramsey, Harriette Read, Lucile Reeve, Margaretta Renfro, Helen Rhine, Susan Richey, Gracie Roark, Iudy Robbins, Ieanne Robinson, Edna Robinson, Leona Rodgers, Priscilla Roycxll, Elizabeth Ruffin, Virginia Schrarn, Alma Scott, Ann Sears, Betty Io Sellers, Suzanne Senior, Betty lane Seyler, Yvonne Siler, Edith Singletaryjean . Sisley, Nina Mae Smith, Charlotte Smith, George Goss Smith, lo Anna Eunice Smithey, Valeria Eastland Gainesville Corrigan Corrigan Gainesville Waco Amarillo Cuclcly,' Pa. Navasota Ardmore, Okla. Lubbock Menard Stanton Thornton, Ark. Roscoe Cleveland Quitrnan Dallas Quanah Hamilton Athens Forrest City, Ark. Bryan Pecan Gap Helena, Ark. Dallas DeWalt Wichita Falls Memphis, Tenn. Fort Worth Mico Belton Sapulpa Stephenville Rosenberg Class of '4 Spencer, Grace Spradley, Nell Stevens, Nell Stevenson, I-Ienryette Still, Nannie Sue Stone, Laura Sumner, Gladys Swanson, Gloria Swanson, Mary Louise Swink, Peggy Tackett, Wylie May Talley, Agnes Taylor, Billie Ieanne Thomas, Helen Thompson, Martha Thornton, Elizabeth Tiznmerman, lean Todd, Billye Tolleson, Pauline Tribble, Mildred Trickey, Peggy Trotter, Mary Ann True, Mary Florence Twiss, Patricia Underwood, Mary Gene Vogel, Kathryn 'vVa1lcer, Nancy Wallace, Dorothy Warren, Iulia P ae Waters, Ruby Weatherall, Geraldine Webb, Claudia Webb, Io Ann V! heat, Bette White, Iulie Stephenville Hereford Fort Worth Dallas Denton Houston Hamilton E1 Campo Loqansport, La. Olney Denton Waco Kaufman Colleqe Station El Dorado, Ark. Olney Gainesville ' Abilene Hope, Ark. Navasota Abilene San Antonio Fort Worth Fort Worth Phillips Amarillo Denton Houston Dallas Waldo, Ark. Pampa Abilene Gainesville Amarillo Denison ', , 1 .Q-'n'?' 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Under their guidance, a bal- ance has been maintained between traditions of normal times and con- ditions of less normal times making possible many class activities, in- cluding the annual sophomore tor- mal and Harvest Moon Picnic. DOROTHY HILL, Representative f , ,..,...,,V .WV . ..,-- 4.,, ..- JOAN FARRELL, Treasurer as ,. w.-'f:rv:,':v-pf ' r ., YN., 6 v. qu r ' ,-' w .' M- -3' -mf' EW A 9 -gli as L . s , .- M, 3 . M . , Ag... N ' L sr Y f 4- , ' 'J.Nm:F:,. , Y. 'H . 'ig ,J IFE , is . , r Jr., '- S, r - . 1 1. 'A fi'-41. Q'-wi .v. 'C fir? ey. wf r 1 1 u l Abernathy, Carol Iowa Park Abernathy, Edna Monterrey, N. L., Me:-c. Abernathy, Mary Io Acton, Billle Louise Adams, Claranell Adams, Eva Mae Adams, Ioyce Allison, Mary Isabelle Ames, Mildred lean Applin, Louise Ardis, Agnes Armstrong, Drew Armstrong, Pauline Atchison, Carolyn Bain, Allie Louise Baker, Eleanor Baker, Vircenoy Balch, Betty Ball, Lorraine Banks, Mary Anna Barnes, Dorothy Ieane Barnes, Mina lean Barnes, Sheila Barthel, Virginia Bates, Laverne Beal, Winnioah lean Beard, Mary Austin Beard, Tommie A. Bengston, Margorie Benson, Evelyn Benton, Betty Io Berry, Betty Bickley, Winona Bishop, Mary Neale Blackburn, Bonnie Atoka, Okla. . Abbott Fort Worth Vernon Chilton Mabank Greenville Fort Worth Sulphur Springs Keller Dallas Hindes Centerville Bryan Granbury New Braunfels Huntsville Royse City Sherman Brownwood Denton McAllen Port Arthur Hugo, Okla. Houston Bowie Ashland, Kan. Hereford Corsicana Fort Worth Houston . San Antonio Breckenridge ass no .I Aie- l 1 l The Sophomoresy v l Blain, Io Beth Perrin Blakely, Lucinda Little Rock, Ark. Blalack, Dorothy Dallas Blanchard, Mary M. Troup Bomar, Patricia Silverton Boyd, Peggy Rochelle Boyd, Virginia Nell Port N eches Boyland, Dorothy Longview Bradbury, Barbara Cleburne Bradford, Marjory Dallas Bristol, lean Fort Worth Brod, Dorothy Waco Brooks, Lorena Big Spring Brown, Carolyn Dallas Brown, Doris Denton Brown, Glenda Ruth Richland Springs Brown, Janice Hurley, N. M. Brown, Marjorie Desdemona Brown, Mary Frances Garland Bryan, Mary Elizabeth Borqer Bulkeley, Lelia Wichita Falls Burford, Mary I.. Keller Burnett, Bettye L. San Antonio Burns, Evelyn Goldthwaite Burroughs, Billie Adele Sanger Byrd, Barbara Corsicana Byrom, Edna Bryan Cain, Mary Katharin Lufkin Carr, Edith Ieanette Carter, Margaret Casey, Nancy Cassie, Arletta W Castleberry, Frances Cates, Allene Cato, Betty Port Arthur Roswell, N. M. Denison Laredo Denton Fort Worth Weatherford Chambers, Shirley Childress, Beatrice Christensen, Evelyn Clark, Margaret Clayion, Carolyn Coates, Mary Coffey, Caiherine Cole, Billie Cole, Frances lean Cole, Ieanne Cook, Betty Io Cook, Mackie Bob Cox, Helen Cox, Ieannette Cox, Onetia Cozart, Kay Cranfill, Mary Crook, Ann Croom, Ioann Cross, Iackie Crumpaclcer, Anna Lee Culbertson, Ioan Curtis, Carolyn Cushion, Agnes Dance, Sarah McAllen Dallas Dallas Houston Memphis, Tenn. Dallas Dallas Troup Beaumont Dallas Bryan Denton Kansas City, Mo. Fort Worth Canton Dallas Temple Blytheville, Ark. Coleman Alpine Lake Charles, La. Hamlin h Marshall Sabine Pass West Columbia Darnall, Barbara Palestine Dashiell, Ruth I, Iacksonville Davis, Charlene Houston Dechert, Lucille Iunction Deloy, Tiny Long Island City, N. Y. I Denton, N elleva I Deussen, Ann Ponder Dewett, Wanda Paint Rock Dieterich, Shirley Dallas Dodd, Hazel Redwater ass of I9 Dooley, Dorothy Ann F loydada Douglas, loan Corsicana Dowdell, Louise l Dallas Downs, Weltha Mae Chicago, lll. Doyle, Iris , Olney Drescher, Dorothy Pampa Dunso-n, Lucille Quanqh Durand, Ieanette W Dallas Durham, Mary lean Fort Worth Dyer, Martha lane Fort Worth Echols, Evelyn A Fort Worth Echols, Peggy Garland Eckert, Bettie Wichita Falls Edmondson, Frances Dallas Elmendorf, Beryl H. Galveston Embry, Betty Bob Brady Estes, Nadine Wichita Falls Fairman, Bobby Goldthwaite Farias, Margarita Laredo Farr, Vivian Fort Worth Farrar, Lucy Clarendon Farrell, loan Electra F elder, loan Aransas Pass Ferguson, Eva Ieanne Alpine Ferguson, Sara Dallas Ferguson, Victoria Houston Fish, Bettye Abilene Fisher, Mary Frisco Flowers, Dorothea Fae Lorenzo Foerster, Dottye El Campo Foster, Margie Alba Frazier, Gladys Kathryn Paducah Freeman, lean LubbOCl'C Fuller, Ierry HOHGY Grove Fulmer, Betty Clarksville The Slophomores l t ass Qiof I Gqffofd, Julia' Garner, Elizabeth Garrett, Esther Iane Garrett, Fern Augusta George, Barbara Nell George, Bobby Io George, Jane Gilbert, Patti Gilliam, Lealys Gladson, Ruby Glimp, Margaret Glover, Annette Goin, Jeanne Goldston, Ieanne Good, Znobia Goodwin, Lottye Grady, Patricia Grammar, Iennilou Grant, Sara Ruth Graves, Doris Gray, Elizabeth Ann Gray, Marian Helen Greer, Katherine Griffith, Shirley Guiher, Frances Gutierrez, Amanda Gwin, Florence Hackett, Patsy Haden, Rosemary Hall, Ianice Hall, Ruby Pearl Hallman, Delia Ham, Barjorie Hansard, Claire Harben, Natalie lane Sulphur Springs Fort Worth Sweetwater Houston Fort Worth Corsicana Corsicana Olney Foard City Du Quoin, lll. Menard Sulphur Springs Corpus Christi Walnut Ridge, Ark. Menard Denton Clarendon Coleman Deport Uvalcte Canton Dallas Dallas Grand Cane, La. Little Rock, Ark. Laredo Arlington, Va. Texarkana Ladonia Ancho, N. M. Robstown Paint Rock Henderson Marshall Fort Worth The Sophomores Harding, Marian Harkness, Maxine Harraman, Imogene Harrison, Patricia Harvin, Betty Harwell, Tommie Hascall, Hallie- lane Heifrin, Martha B. Heinly, Wilberta Helms, Mary Io Hendershot, Merle Henderson, Elizabeth Hendrix, Edith Henry, Mildred Louise Henson, Hazel Herring, Ruth Linda Herzik, Imogene Hicks, Frances Hilclreth, Annie Hill, Dorothy Hinson, Betty Hipp, Doris Hoffman, Frances Hofmann, Gloria Holliman, Virginia Hooten, Mary Ellen Howell, Doris lean Howell, Ieanne Howell, Kathryn Hudgings, Forrest Hudson, Ieannette Hylander, Martha Irvin, Dixie Irvin, Eleanor Irvin, Sue Kansas City, Kan. Dallas Oak Hill, Okla. Forrest, Miss. Shreveport, La. Kermit Houston Weatherford Denver, Colo. Phillips Hawvood Longview Greenville Conway, Ark. Dallas Rockport La Grange Fort Worth Farmersville Port Arthur Spring Lake Wichita Falls Denton Mason Port Arthur Greenville Ashland, Kan. Okmulgee, Okla. College Station , Houston Ola, Ark. Paragould, Ark. Wallis Laredo Wallis Irwin, Ioyce Isenhower, Dorothy lvy, Doris Fay Iackson, Hallie P. Ieffus, Ioella Iennings, Margaret Johnson, lreba Iohnson, Mary Ellen Iohnson, Mary Frances Iohnscm, Patricia Ann Iones, Mary Ann Jones, Murlene Iones, Peggy Iones, Rosemary' Iones, Sue Kahn, Alice Kelley, Jean Kelsey, Martha Io Kennon, Clarisse Kimball, Ruth Kirkpatrick, Marjorie Kizer, Audrey Mae Koontz, Anna Dell Lair, Gaye Marie Laney, Sarah Lanier, Patricia Larmoyeux, Ioanne Larner, Martha Phillips Cisco Fairfield Marshall Paris Weslaco Vernon Pisgah, Iowa Mercury San Antonio Ranger Progress Fort Worth McAllen Greenville Laredo Galveston Deport Shreveport, La. Deport Taylor Port Arthur Bryan Roswell, N. M. Texarkana Denton Shreveport, La. Sulphur Springs Lasley, Sammie Lou Sunray Laumen, Jeanne Palestine Leach, Karen Chevy Chase, Incl. 'Leath,' Frances Lufkin Ledwig, Bernadine Groom Leeper, Bettie Fort Worth Lehman, Mary Kathryn Little Rock, Ark. N ass of I9 Lobenstein, Beverly Longmire, Dorothy' Lowgren, Edwina Lowrie, Maurine Lucy, Iulia Ann Lynch, Patricia Lyons, Teresa McCall, Meck McCarthy, Anne McConnell, Patsy McCoy, Betty lane McCul1ar, lesse McDaniel, Patti McElwee, Rosemary McGill, Bobbye Sue McGinnis, Dorothy McKnight, Mary Io McManus, Alice Ann McMillan, Inaqene McMillan, Willie Io Galveston Newqulf Iunction Terrell Longview Dallas El Paso Carlsbad, N. M. Camden, Ark. Dallas Fort Worth Denton Denison Kilgore Killeen Lubbock Little Rock, Ark. Dallas Hughes Springs Hughes Springs McPherson, Anne Denton McWilliams, Mary Pearl Menard Mack, Gladys Springhill, La. Mackey, Lee Norton Manor, Meredith Earle Marlin Martin, Bessie Bell Waco Massey, Marita Fort Worth Matthews, Natalie Houston Miller, Eugenia Bryan Merrell, Muffet Memphis Miles, Iacqueline Waco Miller, lane Sinton Miller, Iustine Robstown Miller, Iosephine Cisqo Miner, Merihelle Abilene The Sophomores f 1 ass of I9 Momon, Wanda Texarkana Moody, Mary Louise Rosenberg Moore, Countess Dallas Moran, Vicki A. Fort Worth Morgan, Mary Katherine Denison Morman, Charlene Maryneal Morris, Cassandra Memphis Morris, Dellalou Greenville Morrow, Nadine Moseley, Nita Muirheacl, Retta Mundhenk, Gretchen Napier, Marilyn Nash, Helen Newman, Leah N ewton. Francis Noble, lean Noble, Tomrnye Nolan, Frances O'Conner, Patricia Odom, Peggy Ioyce O'Hare, Dorothy Oldenburg, Nancy O'Leary, Elaine Oliver, Martha Olson, Virginia Oradat, Genevieve Panter, Emma Io Parish, Iosephine Parsons, Iean Patrick, Blanche Pegues, Evelyn Pena, Davy Pena, Tomacita Peterson, Peggy Pilot Point Camden, Ark. Ennis Pearl River, N. Y. Hutchins Whitewright Dallas Houston Wichita Falls Corsiccma Royalty Belton Wichita Falls Memphis, Tenn. ' Dallas Houston Canyon Houston Electra Alba Haskell Corpus Christi Weatherford Longview Tyler San Diego Nocona The Sophomores I I Perkins, Evelyn Olney Phillips, Add Lee Houston Pickarcl, Marie Lqdonig Pinckard, lla Doris Gm-y Pl1'llCSlOl'i, Kay Cgfsiggnq Plt!1'1CIl'1, Billie S119 Pqlesting Pitman, Sara Lou Palestine Plunkett, Martha Frances Roscoe Pool, Ruby Iclnice Kaufman Powell, Ioan Amarillo Preston, Lois Chicago, lll. Price, Marjorie Abernathy Rowley, Iune Palestine Ray, Iecznne Dallas Rea, Gladys Henderson Red, luanita Oklahoma City, Okla. Reed, Verna Lee Poteet Remschel, Laura May Kerrville Rice, Claire Manslield, La. Richey, Marceline Ponta Rinn, Gladys Taylor Roach, lane Queen City Robbins, Betty Quilman Roberson, Elaine Houston Roberts, Elizabeth Ann Roberts, Nelda Rhea Grand Prairie Archer City Robinson, Grace Dalhart Robinson, Virginia Lee Rising Star Roebuch, Christine Pine Bluff, Ark. Rogers, lla Blytheville, Ark. Ross, Guinn Marie Rutledge, Dorothy Saenqer, Kathryn Sarnsel, Betty Samuel, Ieaunita Krum Alice Kerrville Evanston, Ill. Conroe Sanderson, Bonita Loop Sasseen, Thalia Houston Sattes, Mary Io Henderson Savage, Mary Louise Sherman Saunders, lean Bonham Schawe, Martha Waco Schlosser, Melba Denton Spoonemore, Darlene Raymondville Schwartz, Mary Frances Fort Worth Scofelia, Katherine Galveston Sebasta, Marion Gayle Houston Sell, Helen Mason Serafino, Patricia Duncanville Schackelford, Nancy Friona Shaffer, Mary Katharine Parkersburg Shook, Carol Plainview Siebel, Nina Faye LaGrange Simmons, Dorothy Faye Shreveport, La. Sirnonton, Betty Io Sweetwater Simpson, Ioyce Crosbyton Simpson, Mintie Texas City Simpson, Nancy Christoval Sims, Pauline Wichita Falls Slaughter, Eloise Golclthwaite Slay, Nelly Bly Wellington Smith, Dorothy Mertzon Smith, Edythe V. Port Arthur Smith, Iane Lasley Sunray Sowell, Anne Houston Spenser, Iacquelyn Simonton Stamper, Betty Faye San Antonio Stanford, Arvalee Miami Stanqer, Doralie Brazoria St. Aubin, Ieanne Little Rock, Ark. Steffen, Betty I-libbinq, Minn. ,U '.' X ez .qfrff L..Xi ass of I9 Stell, Betty Stephens, Roxie Stinchcomb, Annie Stockham, Eva Bradlie Strickland, Annette Strom, Frankie Beth Strother, Edith Stuart, Rosa May Corsicana Temple Abilene Dallas Paris Snyder Vivian, La. Pine Bluff, Ark. Stubblefield, Mary Frances Gorman Sullivan, Nancy Ann Tanner, Lois Taylor, Helen Marie Taylor, Louise Taylor, Shirley Thomas, Margaret Thomas, Mary Tean Thompson, Anne Thompson, Marilyn Tidwell, Iozelle Tillet, Ione Timmons, Ann Titus, Helen Tolbert, Billye Trail, Patria Trammell, Shirley Trimble, Mildred Tucker, Alice Tuohy, Clare Turner, Susie Tysinger, Ioyelle Vaughn, Betty Io ' Vezien, Betty Lee Vollrath, Bettye Sue Wakefield, Ioe Ann Walker, Bettye Anne Wellington Wichita Falls Kaufman San Antonio Burleson Fort Worth Tye Houston El Dorado, Ark. Olney Chicago, lll. Q Cuero Pecos Fort Worth Ferris Houston Little Rock, Ark. Galveston Fort Worth Fort Worth Crowell Hubbard Galveston , Sherman Ponder Fort Worth The Sophomores ass of I9 Wallace MargaretAnn Ward Dorothy lane Waters Edna Ruth Weaver Betty lane Webb Betty lane Wendenburg Dorothy 'Wendler Myrtle Wester Venme Lou Wlute Laura Lee Whlte V1rqm1a 'W'h1te VIIQIUIG ee Wlley Betty Francrs Wllhams Eleanor Wllharns Evelyn lane W1ll1GmS Wrlhams Wrlltarns Wrlllams Wlllxams lo Evelyn Lo1s Faye LOUISE Mane M1tt1e Ruth Wrlllams Sally Wllly Wxlda Wrlson Betty lo W1lson, Lucrezra Wllson, Mary Gene Wrlson, lean Wrlson, Lott1e Sue Wolfe, Patrlcla Woodruff, Kathryn Woaclrum, Betty Io Woodward, Maryann DeQueen Ark Fort Worth Prescott Ark Wlchtta Falls New Braunfels Texon Holland Sulphur Springs F t Stockton Cross Plams Keller Bryan Glen Flora Kress Texarkana Dallas Glen Flora Port Arthur Shreveport La Houston Adamsvdle Longvrew Houston Dallas Fort Wal th Pottsboro Abrlene Cooper Spur Brownwood Woodward, Peggy Mane Brownwood Worthmqton, Iaclc Iacksboro Wrlght, Loulse College Statlon Wyatt, Evelyn Marshall . , . , , . - I . . 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PAT YOUNG, Secretary Freshman Officers With the cooperation of the entire fresh- man class, these officers sponsored a series of interesting activities throughout the year. A special assembly program, a dance, and stunt night were included in this year's calendar. Congratulations to the officers for leading the freshmen through a successful year! .,,,- 4 . A1707 .. ..- tl - g: K. A 1 , Jliigycq p is-' W4 gs- , , V : . to F, -'-mx:'.x- 444. , . Y . F " 'mg ' rx- fff -n' '27 ' - NAN BRADBURY, Treasurer BEBE BROWN, Representative Abbott, Louise Greenville Adams, Margery Beaumont Adams, Reba Denton Alaniva, Dorothy Jacksonville Albaugh, Marjorie Lee Beaumont Aldrich, Phyllis Dallas Allqood, Mackie Big Spring Allmon, Wanda Lee Denton Ames, Mary Boyd Putnam Amox, Nan Greenville Anders, Louise Ackerly Anderson, Alice City Island, N. Y. Anderson, Mary Alice L4-1-1-N Anderson, Mary Louise Palo Pinto Anderson, Mary Margaret Talco Anderson, Morna Hope Canton Annadown, Lois Iune Sulphur, Okla. Anthony, Bobbie Anna Henderson Arrnintor, Dovie Port Arthur Ashenfelter, Lois Dallas Atkinson, Ann McKinney Ayers, Edna Ruth Plainview Babcock, Edith Sonora Babcock, Mary Frances Shreveport, La. Badley, Peggy Lubbock Bailey, Beth Pampa Bailey, Martha Dallas Baker, Adelle Smithfield Baker, Betty Baker, Carol Irene New Orleans, La. Fort Wortli Baldwin, Gloria Aleph Jasper Ballard, Velma Alice Haskell Banner, Frances Louise Greenville Baraban, Sylvia Kansas City, Mo. Barker, Margaret Amarillo GSS The Freshman Barker, Mary Barnes, Betty Barsi, Bonnie Barton, Betsy Basclen, Mary Claude Basinqer, Iohnnie Battle, Betsy Baugh, Daphne Beall, Sarah Ellen Beckman, Evelyn Beebe, Maurice Behrens, Laura Lee Bell, Alma Ruth Bell, Helen Benavides, Celia Benedict, Betty Benton, Dotty Dell Berqeson, Chrisy Berry, Ialle Billingsley, Elizabeth Bird, Beverley Bivy, Vivian Black, Beatrice Blackman, Virginia Blackwell, Charlie Blackwell, Virginia Blair, Frances Whitesboro Denton Coweta, Okla. Fort Worth Groesbeck Italy Cleburne Port Neches Jacksonville Brownsville Portales, N. M. Copperas Cove McAllen Houston San Diego La Ioya Houston Corsicana Fort Worth Waco Fort Worth D'l-lanis Mt. Pleasant Fort Worth Quitman Quitman Wichita Falls Blakemore, Iessie Lee Muskoqee,Okla. Blanton, Delrna Blocker, Marianne Blucher, Adele Bohninq, Frances Boller, Charlotte Anne Boone, Bessie Boren, Helen Ioy Idalou Fort Worth Corsicana Beaumont Galveston Hubbard Mexia Bovell Mary Ehzabelh Dallas Bowen Ins Dean Kxlleen Bowlmq MarJor1e Benavmdes Bowman Belsy Dallas Bowman Belly Iane Amanllo Boyd Betly lean Shawnee Okla Boyd lane Marqarel Baxter Sprlnqs Kan Brabharn Mary Gene Bryans M111 Bradbury Nan Cleburne Bradheld Anna Lucy Waelcler Bradford Helen Greenville Bradiord Mary Bradley Eslel Bulh Shreveport La Duncan Okla Brady Louxse Georqelown Branshaw Ieanne Houston Branson Belly Lnlle Rock Ark Brenhaupt Mrs Frances Corsmana BTGSSIG Glenrne Sue Corsxcana Bnce Helen Dallas Bmclqes Mary Ieff Lmden Brxgance Emma Io Newgulf Bnqqs Carol Ann Paducah Brrqqs Eugenla E1 Pa o BTIQQS Jean Cordova Tenn Brock Eleanor Norwood Dallas Brooks Mrs Belly Long Beach Cahf Brown Bebe Kllgore Brown Belly Allene Harper Kan Brown Glona Iune Dallas Brown Iuamta Colorado Clly Brown Lela Vxrqmxa Cenlerv1l1e Brown Peggy Menard Brownxng Belly Cross Plame Bryan Belly Anne Marshall Bryan Eleanor Wmterg ass of 1 1 , V 1 1 1 1 - 1 , . 1 1 1 , . 1 1 - s 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - , . 1 1 , .. 1 1 . . H , Q 1 1 - 1 , . , . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . Bryan,Mary Frances G Bryant, lean Buie, Kyletha Buis, Marolee Bullington, Marian ermantown, Tenn. Roseville, Tenn. Greenville Little Rock, Ark. Wichita Falls Burks, Betty Ruth Chilton Burridge, Dorothy Angleton Burris, Iane Corsicana Burton, Frances Little Rock, Ark. Burton, May Elizabeth Abilene Busch, Betty lane Houston Bush, Ieannette Marshall Bussey, Mary Ann Port Worth Butcher, Patricia ,ME-ll-anti, Butler, Harriana Greenville Butman, Ruth Merkel Byrd, Dorothy lean Blanket Calame, Dorothy Wortham Calamia, Elizabeth Angleton Caldwell, Lucille Shreveport, La. Calhoun, Leta Mae Temple Callahan, Connie Bandera Cameron, Olive Greenville Campbell, Peggy lean Olney Cann, Betty Dallas Cargile, Lucretia Mexia Carlton, Shirley Ringgold Carrnack, Iacqulynn Rosenberg Carmecm, Caroline Fort Worth Carmignani, Doris Galveston Carpenter, Marinelle Kerens Carr, Barbara Brookesmith Carriker, Nelwyn Center Carroll, Virginia Tennessee Colony Carter, Bette Sue Galveston The Freshman l t . -. Nj - ..Class oftl Carter, lean Ann Carter, Lucille E. Carter, Mary Frances Cartney, Pat Cathey, Top Christilles, Mary Io Churman, Ruth Cikanek, Helen Clayton, Betty Io Clindining, Patsy Ruth Cline, Pat Coale, Betty Coates, Barbara Cobb, Delane Cochran, Ruth Cole, Frances Jean Cole, Helen Anne Coleman, Anna May Coleman, Bobbie Connally, Mary Louise Connor, Ianet Cook, Lora Lee Cooper, Betty Coor, Catherine Coppack, Io Anne Corder, Ruby Cotten, Chiquita Courser, Barbara I Coursey, Gwendolyn Cowling, Elizabeth Cox, Mary Iune Cox, Sherrell Crabb, Ioan Craig, Betty Crapitto, Mary Ann Houston San Angelo Midla Iraan A Hamilton Houston Fort Worth Pharr Bryson Greenville Tulsa, Okla. Beaumont Electra Iourdanton Rosser Beaumont Houston Brownsville Dallas Glen Rose Goose Creek Abilene Dallas Houston Iowa Park Brownwood Aransas Pass Dallas Memphis Houston Olney Waco Leonard Pine Bluff, Ark. Houston The Freshman Crawford, Dorothy Leonard Creasy, Ann Ballinger Creighton, Anne Fort Worth Crisp, Maxine Sulphur Springs Cross, Nancy Port Worth Crossrnan, Lorraine Galveston Crouch, Virginia Burleson Crowder, Carmon Como Croxclale, Ruth Ann Rogers, Ark. Crump, Louise Waco Crutchfield, Marian Camden, Ark. Culberson, Dot Greenville Culbertson, Ioan Hamlin Cummings, Nan Gainesville Cummins, Bonnie lean Uvalcle Cunningham, Betsy Arlington, Tenn. Cunningham, Cloa Nelle Henrietta Cunningham, Peggy Dallas Curnutte, Io Ann Curnutt, Virginia Currie, Mary Lou Dalton, Barbara Dalton, Mary Katherine Daniel, Mary lane Darst, lane Darton, Carolyn Daskiarn, Eleanor Daugherty, Anne Daugherty, Io Davault, Ioy Davidson, Evangeline Davie, Doris Davies, Elmer Ruth Davis, Elizabeth Ann Davis, Kathleen Corpus Christi Pryor, Okla. Baytown Lullng ' Clint Kerens Fort Worth Houston Mission Raton, N. M. Wichita Falls Sherman Colbert, Okla. Wichita Falls Quinlan New Boston Abilene Davis, Martha Davis, Nadine Dawson, Doris Dean, Carrie Dean, Marjorie Pasadena Denison Brownwood Waco Waco Dean, N eysa Melle Broken Bow, Okla. Dearing, Lyda Sue Deason, lane Pine Bluff, Ark. Port Arthur Derreberry, Fleta Mae Rogers, Ark. Dill, Maureen Dinwidclie, Ruth Dobbins, Margaret Dodds, Virginia Doner, Mary lane Doores, lean Douglas, Christene Douglas, lohnnie Downing, lane Doyle, Patricia Draper, Qharlene Dreyer, Ruth Duckworth, Louetta Duff, Dorothy Duke, Betty Duke, Mary Beth Duncan, Billie lean Dunlap, Elizabeth Dunn. Lessie Dye, Sarah Eason, Martha Iane Echols, Gloria Economides, Thommie Edmiston, Iune Dallas Clarksville Overton Houston La Porte, Ind. Shreveport, La. Santa Anna Shamrock Henderson Frost Tioga Otto Tyler Hillsboro Greenville McKinney Bronte Hereford Angleton Dallas Hope, Ark. Fort Worth Galveston Denison Edmondson, Patricia Ann Clayton, N. M. Eikner, Rosemary Fort Worth ass of I Eiland, Doris Ellis, Beverly Ellis, Carolyn Evans, Guanadine Evans, Marilou Evans, Neva Lou Everheart, Patty Exurn, Tommie Fagq, DeLoyce F ambro, Elouise Farrington, LaFon Faucett, Carolyn Faulhaber, Iean Federbush, Io Anne Felts, Patricia Fertitta, lenny F euquay, Ruth Ann Fielder, Helen Fields, Myra Lou Files, Ierry Files, Sue Fisher, Laniere Fisk, Virginia Fitzjarrald, Wanda Fleetwood, Connie Flournoy, Georgia Lou Floyd, Dorothy Folmar, Betty Foreman, Oreta Forgason, lean Porgy, Maurine Forrest, Mary K. Foshee, Mary Beth Foster, Barbara Foster, Bernice Houston Raton, N. M. Marshall Houston Overton Olney Jefferson Clarksville Smackover, Ark. Breckenridge Burkburnett Fulton, Ky. Little Rock, Ark. Abilene Clarksville Beaumont Chandler, Okla. Greenville Henrietta Denton Denton Dunedin, Fla. Fort Worth Phillips Hearne Shreveport, La. Kemp Houston Iclalou Beeville McAllen Mexia Sherman Galveston McAlester, Oklcx. The Freshman , Q y,':'V.L3fLz1g ' ., , 1 ,,,v .514 . ass of I Fowler Cornelia Fowler Mary Helen Franklin Gail Frazier Patti Freeman Dorothy Friday Luna Gilmer Dallas Sherman Rossville Tenn. Fort Worth Wmnsbo o Fr1edel Barbara Germantown Tenn Friend Rosemary Fnzzell Ernestlne Fulcher Norma Fulk Vxrglma Fuller Iean Fuller Nell Fuqua Candace Games Kathryn Gamble D1x1e Gardner Mary Kathryn Garner Virginia Ruth Garvxn Alvah Belle Gaston V1rg1ma Gay Patsy Ruth Gelder Ruth G1bbs Jean Gibson Anne Gideon Eddre Lou Grlchnst Ehzabeth Glllen L1la Ruth Gxllesp1e Eileen Denison Pine Bluff Ark Postoak Llttle Rock Ark Farmer C1ty Ill Ryan Okla Houston Llttle Rock Ark Clovis N M Healdton Okla COISICGHG Gamesvllle Dallas Columbus Healdton Okla Fort Worth Henderson Dallas Wxcluta Falls Saginaw Galveston G11l1s Bobbye Ieanne Fentress Gilman Ruth Iamesv1lle W1s Gmocchio Bobby Jean North Llttle Rock Ark G1ssler Helen M Dallas Glusll Vxctorxa Louise Galveston Glass Pat Walnut R1dqe Ark Glass Reba Farmersvllle 1 1 1 , 1 1 . . T , . 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1' 1 1- 1 1 - 1 1 1' 1 ,.. 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , ,. , . 1 1 1 - 1 The Freshman Glass, Shirley Glenn, Gloria Glover, Florence Glover, Mattie -Goebel, Martha Golorth, Betty Goin, Jeanne Goin, Lauretta McLean Kleberq Wichita, Kan. Linden George West Overton Corpus Christi Corpus Christi Goldberg, Amelia Marshall GUCCI, M517 Carrollton Gooden, Bobbie Stinnett Goodman, Mary Evelyn Clarksville Goodwin, Ianie Tqlcg Graham, Frances Helen Dallas Graves, Dorothy Blackwell, Okla. GFCIY. PeCJQY Saqerton Green, Eugenia Greene, Lorena Greer, Dorothy lean Gregory, Alma Griffith, Hallie lean Grimlancl, Louise Groce, Marjorie Groppell, Lucille Grundy, Marilyn Gumm, Anna Guynes, Anne Haque, Doris Hahn, Marqaretha Hale, Floy lean Deliiclder, La. Denver, Colo. Mexia Freeport Mineral Wells Houston Mansfield Rogers Era Dallas Ballinger Colorado City Hebron' Ploydada Hale, Io Dell Coahoma Hall, lirnmie Earleen Oklahoma City,Okla. Hall, Shirley Houston Halsell, Molcie Lou Hawley I-lamberg, Patricia Lonoke, Ark. Hamilton, Martha Hamilton, Mary Frances Hargus, Dorothy Gene Harper, Betty Iean Harpole, Marilyn Harrell, Frances Harrell, Marjorie Harris, Helen Harris, Ieune Harrison, Florence Harrison, I uanita Harrison, Marion Hart, Beatrice Hart, Elaine Hart, Ioy Marion Hartwig, Sue l-larville, Yvonne Hassey, Imogene Hatchett, Neva Beth Haun, Ann Hay, Sybil Helbach, Marjorie Jane Hendershot, Opal Henderson, Hazel Henderson, Nancy Hendricks, Edna Rae Hendricks, Peggy Hendrix, Doris Henry, N elyne Henry, Polly Ann Heraty, Betty Hester, Betty lane Hicks, Iane Hicks, Marguerite Hicks, Mary Mt. Pleasant Pecos Dallas Ballinger Fulton, Ky. Hope, Ark. San Antonio Marianna, Ark. Dallas San Antonio Raton, N. M. Galveston Marianna, Ark. Houston Houston Fort Worth Huntington Abilene Sulphur Springs Coleman Smithfield El Dorado, Ark. Harwood Ouitman Honey Grove Houston Kilgore Madisonville Baltimore, Md. Houston Dallas Denton Memphis Brady Houston ass of I Hicks, Patsy Hilburn, Ada Ruth Hill, Ann Hill, Helen lean Hill, Mary Joyce Hill, Virginia Hillin, Ann Hilty, Anita Hinds, Molly Hinson, Martha Ellen Hitchcock, Ann Hitchcock, Marqarette Hodges, Frances Ruth Hoeke, Lois Hofmann, Patsy Beeville Plainview Houston Fort Worth Santa Anna Laredo Dallas Carlsbad, N. M. Tye Waskorn Roswell, N. M. Tyler Chilton Austin Mason Hokanson, Marie Texas City Holiday, Betty Io Marshall Hollinshead, Doris Dallas Hood, Helen Pine Bluff, Ark. Hook, Marcille Houston Hopeman, Marquerita Dallas Hopson, Daisy Gatesville Horn, Blanche Denton Hudson, Frances Greenville Hudson, Mary San Mateo, Calif. Hudspeth, Louise 'Austin Huff, Marion Frances Allison Huff, Nancy Lou Wichita Falls Hull, Ioan Carthage Humphreys, Celia Guthrie Humphreys, Eugenia N Fort Worth Hunter, Betty Lu McGahee, Ark. Hurst, Carol Denton Hurst, Kathryn Ft. Smith, Ark. Irwin, Shirley Denison The Freshman ,4 'im "- ass ofl Jackson, Betty Jean Jackson, Catherine Jackson, Jane Jackson, Jean Jackson, Mary Frances Jakob, Jean James, Billye Irene Jamison, Ann Jay, Barbara Bonnie Jeanes, Vere Beth Jeffers, Betty Jeffery, Dewayne Jenkins, Claire Mae Beaumont Laredo Corsicana Denton Marshall Dallas Hope, Ark. Whitesboro Pleasanton Bay City McFadden Corpus Christi Wichita Falls Johnson, Anna Whitewriqht Johnson, Christine Lake Arthur, N. M. Johnson, Betty Q Houston Johnson, Dorothy Dallas Johnson, Kathleen Edinburg- Johnson, Mary Louise Seagraves Johnson, Mary Ruth I Memphis Johnston, Allie K. Clarksville Johnston, Anna Claire San Saba Johnston, Betty Post Johnston, Betty Lou Sherman Johnston, Mary Edna Sweetwater Johnston, Olive San Antonio Jones, Betty Joe Frost Jones, Carolyn Jones, Mary Fowler Jordan, Betti Jordan, Gloria Justin, Wynelle Justiss, Virginia Keen, Mary Elizabeth Ardmore, Okla. Little Rock, Ark. Plainview Marion, Ark. Fort Worth Roby Denton The Freshman v l r Keener, Dorothy Whitewright Keener, Pauline Stratford Kelly, Kathleen Houston Kelly, Hayden Mt. Enterprise Kemp, Carolyn Houston Kemp, Lee . Dallas Kerr, lane Austin Kerr, Sue Port Arthur Key, Ellen San Marcos Key, Evelyn Beaumont Keys, Katrina Plainview Kiersky, Caroline Walnut Ridge, Ark. Kimbrough, Iune McAllen Kinard, Martha Lee Van Alstyne Kincheloe, Mary Jean Mexia King, Betty Iean Paris King, Elizabeth Dallas King, Maranell Denton King, Mary lane Brownwood Kircher, Virginia Pryor, Okla. Kirkham, Lois lean Talco Klemmeclson, Mary Fort Worth Knight, Betty Henderson Knight, Iune Uvalde Kornegay, Dorothy Clayton, N. M. Kramer, Iean Dallas Krause, Minnie Beeville Krorner, Charlotte Shamrock Kruse, Carol Iean Chicago, lll. Kubala, Mary Ioyce Beeville Kuehn, Iennelou Abilene LaMar, Sarah DeWitt, Ark. Lamb, Nellie Maie Bryan Lambert, Margie Nell San Saba Landrum, Minnie Sue Fluvanna Langford, Mary Elizabeth Dallas Langley, Billie LaRoe, Ann Larsen, Betty Latham, Lynn LaVoice, Ioan Laws, Violet Lee Lawrence, Florence Fenlress Whitewriqht Dallas Mansfield, La. Foreman, Ark. Dallas Dallas Layton, Barbara Oklahoma City, Okla, Lee-per, Carolyn Leibenguth, Mary Lenert, Mary Frances Lenz, Florine Leonard, Patricia Lewis, Evelyn Lewis, Melba Lide, Mary Jane Linclholm, Dorma Lindsey, Dorothy Lindsey, Ida Coral Lipton, Estelle Little, Bessie May' Little, De Lois Lloyd, Florene Loney, Patricia Looney, Margery Lord, Ioanne ' Lott, Patty Sue Love, Sarah Laves, Marion Loveless, Barbara Lovett, Edith Lowe, Sara Io Lowrie, Ramona Io Lucas, Sally Lou Fort Worth Pine Biuff, Ark. College Station Bryan Olden Denton Denton Mt. Pleasant George West Caldwell Wichita Falls Dallas Weimar Heavener, Okla. Hereford Corsicana New Boston Lubbock Mexia Terrell Dallas Austin Dumas Laneville Abilene Houston ass of I Lusk, Dorothy Little Rock, Ark, Luttrell, Ioan Fort Worth Lynch, Cecille Pine Bluff, Ark. McBay, Stansyl Groesbeck McCarthy, Phyllis Wichita Falls McCarty, lane Wichita Falls McClary, Ida Louise Marshall McClendon, Mary lane Big Spring McClure, Carmon Wellington, Kan. McCollum, Phyllis Tulsa, Okla. McCorlcle, Wilda Gatesville McCoy, Johnnie Fort Worth McCracken, Siclna Rea Sand Springs, Okla. McCracken, Stella Louise Brownfield McC'raw, Sara Beth Braden, Tenn. McCutchen, Gloria Wichita Falls McDonald, Margaret Bonham McDonald, Norma Ieane Mesquite McDonnell, Margaret Orange McFadden, Phyllis College Station McGinnis, Dorothy Lubbock McGraw, lane Nashville, Ark. McGregor, Marjorie Ballinger Mcl-lan, Peggy Brownwood McKean, Terry Alvin McKe1vy, Vivian Gatesville McLaurin, Patty . Houston McMillan, Pansy Hico McMurrain, Marieva Goose Creek McNemer, Carlene Fort Worth Mabry, Maxine Penelope Macha, Eleanor Bomarton MacKay, Marie Dallas Maclieil, Hope El Paso Maclin, Leia Kaye Sherman The Freshman r l Mahone Geralene Mayor Iuamta Mandlch Georgxana Mangum Io Nell Marqohus Mary Marsh Ada Frances Marshall Iune Marshall Mary Martm Bobbye Mart1n Charlene Martm Cora Ann Martm Elizabeth Martm GGOIQIG Martmez Chawa Masden Bxlhe Massey Ann Matlock Mary Alxce Matthews lean Measures Bobby Medxna Rose Mane Meers Iacquelxne Melze Helen New Boston Goose Creek Galveston Abllene Houston Rxchmond New Orleans I a Houston Abilene Houston Neches e Lonqvlew Tyler Hebronvtlle Ardmore Okla Greenvxlle Mt Enterprlse Henderson Weatherford Hot Sprmqs Ark Brady Texarkana Ark Menefee Mahala May Houston Merrxll Mary Charmame Merrlll Myrtle Mae Mers Margaret Mrchael Joy Mxllener Barbara Mxller Bonme M1ll1c:an Mary M1115 Hulme Mills Mary Mums Margaret Mmton Mary Io Roarmq Sprmqs Rotan Krrbyvrlle Wlchrta Falls Sherman Hereford Lovmq Woodlawn Santa Anna Mrdland San Angelo , . , . . 1 4 ' - . , , . I . I . Le . . . . , - , , . . Maxwell, Geraldine Helena, Ark. . . . , - , . , . . , . . , . . , The Freshman S fa. Mitchell, Gloria Melba Mitchell, Regina Mobberly, Mary Monroe, Billie lean Montague, Priscilla Moore, Faye Moore, Geneva Moore, Iennette Moorhead, Winona Morehouse, Isabel Shreveport, La. Gainesville Lamar, Mo. Denton Houston Wellington White Deer White Deer Midland New Origins, LB Morgan, Mary Io Wichita Falls Morgan, Patricia San Antonio Morgan, PGQQY Sims Dallas Morman, Betty Maryneal Morris, Glena lean Brownwood Morris, Helen Laneville Morris, Helen Bass San Benito Morrison, Virginia Dallas Morse, Patricia Galveston Moseley, Betty Clare Shreveport, La. Moser, Dorothy Pottsboro Mosley, Gloria Fort Worth Moss, Marietta Fort Worth Mueller, Nancy San Antonio Mullican, Iune Marshall Muncl, Ruth Eldorado Murry, Ioan Oklahoma City, Okla. Myers, Betty Heavener, Oklcr. Nash, Peggy Houston Nash, Will Ann Kaufman Nations, Duane Grand Saline Neal, Mary Elizabeth Overton Neeley, Sue Collierville, Tenn. Nelson, Willella Lubbock Newman, Leah Dallas Newsom Ieanne Newsom Tommye NlCl'1OlS Patsy Nrcol Betty Norman Reba Norman Wrlmeth Norr1s Frances Norton Evelyn Nunnally Carolyn Nuttall Frances Nuttall Mary Ruth Oakman Norma Ruth O Bnen Iean Oden Rosemary Odom Elame Old Ioyce Omberq June O Neal Zeletta O Neall lane Houston Houston San Antomo Iacksonvrlle Greenvrll Lockhart San Benrto Houston Weatherford Shreveport T a Shreveport La Ardmore Okla Denton Ft Hancock San Antonlo Damgerlrel cl Frost Mansheld Lubbock Orr Margaret Gwendolyn Orr Marlon Iuanrta Orr Patrtcla Owens Mary Owens Olga Pace Patsy Ie-anne Page Nma Iane Parsley Debby Pappas Marguenta Grlmer Colleqe Statron Freeport Whrtesboro Lonqvrew Houston Dubuque Iowa Hot Spnnqs Ark Parker Margorle Alamogordo N M Parker Shrrley Ann Parks Martorze Pate Helen Patterson A11ceBernez Patterson Ianlce Patterson Ioye Czsco Raymonclvxlle Glen Rose Handley Pme Bluff Arl' Marvell Ark ass f I , . , . I .. '.e . , , . . , . -A - r , - . , - . . . , . . , . I. , . . . . . Blytheville, Ark . , , . . , , . I I , , - I . . I A ' . . , . I . . I N I I ' t Pederson, Bliss Dqlldg Pederson, Corinne Dqltqs Peek. Dixie Anngnq Peltier, Catherine Danbury Pennington, Ann Halls, Tenn. PGCI1-1iQH9Yt D0f0'fhY Galveston Percefull, Barbara Pine Bluff, Ark. Perkins, Mary Lou LQ Porte Perry, Patricia Marie San Angelo Phillips, Mary Ellen Raymondville Phillips, Tishua Galveston Pierce, Virginia Clovis, N. M. Pierson, Alice Dgllqg Pizzini, Frances Corpus Christi Plants, Grace Seymour 1 Platas, Flora Mexico City, Mex, Pohl, Naudane Dallas Pope, Elizabeth Irene Teague Pope, Patricia - Denton Poston, Marianna ' Vernon Potter, Constance Tulsa, Okla. Pouns, Audrey Mae Dainqeriield Powell, Zay Lubbock Power, lean Lovington, N. M. Pratt, Marilyn Rosser Priour, Marie Proctor, Iolene Pullin, lanet Pullin, Iean Purdum, Emily Purl, Patti Pyle, Norma Raburn, Allene Ragsdale, Ann Mountain Home Wichita Falls Taft Taft Hot Springs, Ark. Midlothian Cdrpus Christi Wellington San Antonio Ramey, Mary Katherine Sulphur Springs The Freshman l t ass of I Randle, Dorothy lean Raun, Elsabeth Rawley, 'Iune Rawlings, Katherine Read, Jane Reavis, Betty Tom Reddoch, Rose Redman, LaVonne Kerrville Oclem Palestine Bronte Coahoma Sherman Ioiner, Ark. Blytheville, Ark. Reed, Barbara Lee Marlin Reed, Bettye I Port Arthur Reed, Nanette Mission Reeder, Bettie Sue Pecos Reese, Maurine Phillips Reeve, Katharine Menard Reichert, Elizabeth Houston Reid, Louise San Angelo Rexer, Shirley Galveston Reyder, Charlotte Galveston Reynolds, Rosalynn College Station Rheubotham, Martha Fort Worth Rhodes, Ann Corpus Christi Rice, Ieanne Marie Dallas Richardson, Katharine Pecos Richardson, Marcia Washington, Dv: C. Richardson, Sue New Or1eans:La. Riche, Evelyn Galveston Richeson, Mary Ann Seymour Riek, Mae 1 Dallas Riggins, Pat Fort Worth Riggle, Ruth Akron, Ohio Riggs, Dorothy lane Wellington Riggs, Iune ' Coweta, Okla. Rising, Donna Iean Bryson Robbins, Patricia N ewgulf Roberts, Beverle Dallas The Freshman Roberts, Io Ann Robertson, Carolyn Ann Robertson, Theresa Robinson, Iean Robinson, Mary Ann Robinson, Pearl Roco, Virginia Rode, Sheila Roper, Lucille Dallas Thornton, Ark. Vernon Wilson, Okla. McAllen Dallas Houston College Station Salford, Ariz. Rosenberry, lane Sherman Ross, Doris Bryan Ross, Patricia Houston Rothroclc, Renn Wellington, Kan. Routh, Mrs. Renna Sanger Rowe, Mary Lou Milwaukee, Wis. Rowley, Iolene Loving Rubin, Helene lean Tyler Ryan, Iegn , DGllC1S Sadler, Alice Memphis, Tenn. Sadler, Tommie Ray Fort Worth Safely, Katharine Cedar Rapids, Iowa Sanders, Dorothy Ruth Sanders, Dorothy Sanders, Mary Sanford. Helen Sargent, Ieanne Saylors, Gerry Schaefer, E. C. Schaefer, Iean Schliepake, Eva Kathryn Schlosser, Elsie Schroeder, Kathryn Schuetz, Alice C Schulze, Virginia Scott, Frances Marshall Crockett Center Timpson Fort Worth Gainesville San Benito Clovis, N. M. Dallas Denton Victoria ' Denton Q ' Del Marshalfg Scott, Imogene Scott, I une Scott, Katherine Sealy, Arie Clyde Seddon, Frances Self, Emily Seneker, Ioan Setser, Pansy Shackelford, Erma Lee Weaver Honey Grove Little Rock, Ark. Beaumont Wichita Falls Little Rock, Ark. Sapulpa, Okla. Norton ' Dublin Shaffer, Mary Katharine Shaw, Mattie Lou Shaw, Thelma Io Shelton, Iamie Shelton, lane Shilling, Marjorie Shivers, Helen Shotwell, Mary Ann Shoulders, Mary Sieg, lacqueline Simmons, Ierry Parkersburg, W. Va. Ennis Kemp Corley Paris Sinton Beckville Crockett Dumas Roswell, N. M. Healdton, Okla. Simmons, Marietta . Dallas Simpson, Clyciene Aubrey Sitterle, Margaret Beaumont Skidmore, Martha Arm Dallas Skipwith, Craver Hee Garland Slaughter, Colleen Big Spring Sloan, Bette Houston Small, Mitzi - Dallas Smith Alberta Smilow, Marjorie Lake Providence, La. Smith, Barbara Smith, Betty Ruth Smith, Billie Lena Smith, Charlie Smith, Elaine L-Midl nd Little Rock, Ark. New Orleans, La. Chilton Center San Antonio ass of I Smith, Eunice Gene Smith, lane Lasley Smith, Ieanette Smith, Louella Smith, Marilou Smith, Mary Beth Smith, Mary Elizabeth Smith, Mary Frances Smith, Mickey Smith, Nell W W S th, Patsy renson, Selma Spears, Gloria Spears, Ianet Spiller, Rilla Spivey, Mary Springer, lean Ann Stomper, Eleanor Stanford, Dorothy Stapp, Katherine 1 Staudt, Dorothy P Sapulpa, Okla. ' Sunray San Benito Greenville San Antonio Alvord Robelin e, La. Telephone Houston Fort Worth Shreveport, La. Phari- Fort Worth San Angelo Iunction Fort Worth Houston Shreveport, La. Miami Mountain Home Muskoqee, Okla. Steele, Betty Joyce Sherman Steel,'Wanda Ioy Tennessee Colony Sterling, Hazel Conway Stevens, Bettye Io Ysleta Stevenson, Dorothy Fay Dallas Stevenson, Kathryn Dallas Stevenson, Mary Lois Lovelady Stewart, Ieanne Alice Marshall Stewart, Margaret Anqleton Stice, Norma lean Stockbridge, Dorothy Stoutes, Della Stovall, Iane Strickland, lean A s Midl d alestine New Orleans, La. Canadian Redwater QS The Freshman ass f I Strother lame Ovalo Stuclyvm Mrs Evelyn Crowell Sullwan B1ll19 Ieane Denton Sumner Loxs Ehzabeth Tulsa Okla Sumpter Gwendolyn Heavener Okla Sunkel Frances Ann Surratt Ieanette Swmt lean Tabor Lu Dan Talley Suzanna Tanner Sarah Tarr Ienme Lu Dallas Chnl Paducah Odessa Pmsburq Houston W1Ch1lG Kan Tarwater Natha ee Crockett Tate Sue Oklahoma Cny Okla Taylor Ellzabeth Sonora Taylor ean Orange Taylor L1ll1e Bynum Taylor Louxse Kaufman Taylor Maryorae fu P0 Ld Van Alstyne 0..fvl,c,WJl-'J fr 'MW 5 'S-LU-1, 'UF 'Q ,J Taylor Glorla Port Arthur 4,r RL f,fl'.fL gfgdcjt L ji! 'lgnn h aw U Ardmfnilj I 5fYTY,flfl5!T9?!, X gjrfn 105 Thels Iacquelxne W fgflnilanglj J Thxqpen Dons 1 'T ar ana Thomas Dona Mae Thomas Mary Evelyn Thompson Betty Thompson Conme Beth Thompson Dons Mae Thompson Flo Mane Thornton Mane Threei Eva Gene Thurman Mary Helen Thurmond Vlrqlma T1lfany Blanche fl Dallas Tom Bean Pearsall Edna Marshall Abbott Lamar Mo Prattsvxlle Ark Pearsall Healdton Okla Tulsa Okla I . , L I . l ' W ,l , tl ,' t' ' v s, 5 J 't u P A, ., , t ' X ,J 'F Jngglk ,ri 411' Ni ,. lr fl L, . " 1 -aff, , R 'if 5? ,fqff ,,,,, I f l, f L01 fl y3,A5A,,-xl L crgg sXC.,lfgU .1 , ,vo -- I l"fA.f f r,ff', P " "J ' '14, .I . ' I G. I f f,,gi3,f. jf' 4 X f ,I ' ' "Ur ,--5 ft ,f - , A x 1 A A 1: ' 2 vf,,4,g,- I . . . , I The Freshman Tillison, Eula Beth Tilton, Ioan Tinterow, Shirley Tisdale, Frances Tobias, Mary Io Todd, Dorothy Tonn, Laura Torres, Peggy Toti, Beatrice Townsend, Betty Treadwell, Maurine , Nell NTrew Tribble, Marie Trigg, Mary Alyce Tucker, Frances Tull, Patsy Turner, Jean Underwood, LaNelle Upham, Josephine Valerio, Elodia Garrett La Grange Galveston Bruni Bryan Shreveport, La. Houston I Houston Brownwood Texarkana, Ark. Fort Worth Wellington Navasota Brownwood Hull Midland Leonard Mexia La Grange, lll. San Diego Van Aernam, Iacquellne De Ridder, La. Van Cleve, Ioanne Cedar Rapids, Iowa Vanderslice, Geraldine Hot Springs, Ark. Vanderslice, Melba Varnell, Wanda Venable, Ruth Deen Vezey, Betty Anne Vinsant, Ann Vinson, l.ena Io Van Minden, Vivian Voorhees, Barbara Waddell, Louise Wade, Marilyn Wait, Rose Marie Waldrip, Helen ur Hot Springs, Ark. Canadian Wills Point College Station Dallas Fort Worth La Grange Houston Hereford San Marcos Liberty Healdton, Okla. Waldrop Betty Oklahoma Clly Olcla Walker Btlhe Walker Edna lane Wallace Betty Ann Walsh Florence Walton Dorothy Vlfalvoord Elatne Wansbrouqh Mary Lou Ward Lucretia Wardlaw Ann DC A Wanclless Audrey Warner Eva Warren Elene Warren ean Warren Laurene Watson Ehzabeth Watson Marxon Watts Mary Ann Webb loyce Webb Peggy Wentworth Dorothy West Gwendolyn West Mattxe Mae Whaley Lou Whatley Mlldred Faye Wheeler Dorothy Wheeler lohnnye Mae Wh1te Betty Wh1te Irnagene Wh1te Nelda Whxteacre Ruth Whxtfrelcl Imogene Whttrmre Artts Whxtmlre Carrle Ella l Qmldtcmd Marlanna Ark W1Ch1lG Falls Eltzabeth N I Houston Denton Houston Italy Del R10 Galveston Grapeland Galveston Caddo Mllls Raymondvtlle Dallas Dallas Camden Ark Parts Hobbs N M Grand Pratrre Pa1ntRock Forsan Gatnesvtlle Denton Houston Ralls Ranger Thornton Garland Sherman Dallas Waco Amanllo ass f I I I ' . I ' ' , , , . . . . , I . I I . , . . .l ' . , 1 . Watson, Patricia lean Fort Worth , , -- l 4 I . . - - . , . . , , . , , . , l , .. I 1 V t . . . , ' 1 ' z Whitten, Alibeth Corsicana Whitten, Ierry Pittsburg Whitwell, Charlotte Denison Wiggins, Alliene Lee San Angelo Wilbur, Wilma Houston Wiley, Celesti Wheeler Wilkinson, Bohbye S-tanton Wilkinson, Mary San Angelo Vxfilkinson, Virginia Levelland Willett, Cherie El Paso Willette, Ioan Conroe Williams, Charley Ann Big Sandy Williams, Sammye Jean Wichita Falls Williams, Virginia Iraan Wilson, Anne Arnite, La. Wilson, Frances Dallas Wilson, Janice Quanah Wilson, Katherine Beaumont Wilson, Lena Lee Wichita, Kan. Vxfilson, Lois Houston Wilson, Mary Alice Port Worth Wilson, Mary Catherine Denton Winston, Mary Nelle Fulton, Ky. Wittenbach, Cappie San Benito Winzer, Elizabeth Rotan Wood, Anna Louise Ysleta Wood, Betty lean Longview Wood, lane Corsicana Woodward, Peggy Brownwood Wooten, Majo Hot Springs, Ark. Wright, Iulia Marie Hillsboro Yancy, Elizabeth San Angelo Yates, Sammie Sue Dallas Yeager, Elizabeth Ann Greenville Yeatman, Helen Houston The Freshman all f I ex? QLMMW laA Qxl ,paw-41 AL 2 OSXAX AA MEM Qwmywy gm lx RX Awyw' ix Xi ad-M. m62Z,,6,-W2 jdw' J!! IL QR wezffywzf WMQAGQMMAQXZQ,-1-ffeaffvinw-igf' X QJWLWW HMQWQMQWJM Ri QZMQ V?-"-"'JC"Z"L""7'Q 7,.,..,.,L.C3-1..L, f::1,,j O-wvwcji 3!L,v,g L,,,W,,M.,1.cpo.A,a,a,uLLp'CQ,5,.JLfL,V-a KfkZLA'43 ' I 4 ' V Yoder, Ire ' York, Mcxrj ' ' Q Young, Bcx ' Young, Be ' . . A ---up Young, Pc: Q V Gr q , ' Galveston ' ' , Gem, Kcm. 111, Betty CDe1RioD 1 .5 'U . ..c:l 0 9 4 7 , - L' X Cz, I ' , xx gQ s, XR ORA .- QQ ' , gg, Jaw , RHIC!-ffmf"' wfk ' Bl- , 'Q - fx 4" 1 X? l x . I X Nic ' . f "' x . . H 4- V ' X 'Q my Ei ' ' I Q? - V X fad- M, ' 42 f- , , P- A-ff? N - . X , f - a , , QM X Q ff I . . ' xx FX Kfuigalfrv '4 , 7 f f , Www N Y fy . L! -If I . A ' 4 fini-f Ld. I X . - . KV' Vu f: L-4 . LA.A.Jv I ' f7'y"f4' 7'Q""'-if WWW' , MQW? ffm 9' f'W W jgwyflywfjwfyfxgfw M w ff M WY My-Dwpfj, Gf fWX3MJ9jo06!W HHHHNHHHUNS wr . Y. 1 ' w xv' . ,H www 1 H' H - . - A W HN N mu H m HN ' N HN M A H' "Wm m m m " m H 'W' w " I V1 . is The Student Advisory Council Back row, left to right, Margaret McMath, Ioy lohnson, Dorothy Pratley, Ioy Cox, lean Barnard, Lynadese Bundy, Dorothy Michael, Louise McClenny, and Mary lane Richard- son: middle row, Sue Hen- derson, Sadie Lu David- son, president, Dr. Duggan, Dr. Lang, Dr. Eppriqht, fac- ulty sponsors, Cornelia Fleeman, vice-president, and Blanche Patrick, front row, left to right, Sara Stone, Betty Backman, Ger- dean Mattingly, and Ger- aldine Weatherall. The Round Table Standing, left to right, Jean Barnard, president, Willie Mae Botard, Ioy Cox, Doris Bledsoe, front row, Miss Maude Wallin, Dr. Constance Beach, Mrs. Mattie Lloyd Wooten, and Miss Agnes C. Trammel, faculty sponsors. The Student Council Of Religious Plctivities Back row, left to right, Nina Mae.Sisley, treasur- er, Betty Bachman, Evelyn Christensen, Willie Mae Botard, historian, Mr. W. S. Donoho, sponsor, Patti Gilbert, Shirley Tinterow, Ioyce Martin, and Jeanne Ray: front row, left to right, Harriett Sherrill, Carol Ab- ernathy, Doris Ann I-lipp, Ada Lee Phillips, Mary Frances Stubbleiield, presi- dent, Christine Roebuck, Margie Foster, and Ethel- marie Cronholm. Not pic- tured is Frances Dowling, secretary. The Student Finance Council Standing, left io right, Scottie Quarture, Marcia Brown, Miss Elizabeth Keesee, sponsor, Mary Marqolius, and Helen Ma- rie Titus. Seated, left to right, Wilcla Willy, Mary lane lackson, Peggy Dietze, president, Top Cathey, Vir- ginia Thurmond, and Ma- hala Menafee. WRA Board Officers Back row, left to right, Miss Grace Potts, sponsor, Velma Bartlett, president, Bonnie lean Edrniston, Pat Twissg front row, left to right, Iris Doyle, Ieanne Arnold, Agnes Talley, and Thalia Sasseen. Alpha Chi Back row, left to right, Helen Hurt, Mary Louise Hinson, Kathryn Vogel, Flora O'Neil1, Wanda Fare ris, Margaret Clough, Helen Renfro, Louene Cox, Marjo- rie Schwab, and Sara Beth Kelsey, second row, left to right, Margaret Palmer, Dorothy lean Michael, vice- president, Flora Wald- mann, Dr. Autrey Nell Wi- ley, sponsor, Clara Heim- burqer, president, Marga- ret McMath, treasurer, Dr. Elsie Ienison, sponsor, and Mary Ellen Haggard, front row, left to right, Sadie Lu Davidson, Louise Goble. Eleanor Williams, Burnis Ward, Mary Rebecca Gardner, Frances Clayton, and Lilla Iean Brown. le 'U"!' Alpha Lambda Delta Back row, left to right. Margie Foster, Barbara George, Beverly Smith. Gretchen Munclhenlc, Bet- tye Burnett, Mary Neal Bishop, Claire Hansard, Marian Harding, Mary Gene Wilson, Allene Cates, and Betty Clark: second row, left to right, Sheila Barnes, vice-president, Patty O'C'onncr, Mrs. Mat- tie Lloyd Wooten, spon- sor, Betty Berry, treasurer: Doris Brown, president: Blanche Patrick, secretaryg Miss Gertrude Gibson, honorary member, Eliza- beth Ann Gray, Christine Roebuck, front row, left to right, Jeanne Marte Rice, Sara Ferguson, Margarita Farias, and Katherine Greer. Alpha Kappa Delta Standing, left to riqht, Miss Catherine Ben- tinck, Dr. Ethelyn Da- vis, sponsors, and Helen Hurt, seated, left to right, Dr. Mat- tie Lloyd Wooten, sponsor: Mary lane Richardson, presi- dent: and Mary Mc- Farlane. National Collegiate Players Standing, leit to right, Earl C. Bryan and Miss Mary K. Sands, Mrs. Clara Larkin Bryan, and Iosh P. Roach, sponsors: seated, left to right, Elizabeth Max- well, Pat lnqram, Louise Goble, president, Mildred Wooley, and Naomi How- ard, secretary-treasurer. Delta Phi Delta Standing, left to right, Suzanne Harris, Margaret Ann Ekas, Barbara Cook, Mary Ann Simon, and Ieanne Cyqong seated, left to riqht, Charlotte Calvert, Geraldine Weatherall, Eli- zabeth Monks, Nancy Preece, 1: r e s i d ent, Miss Coreen May Spellrnan, sponsor, and Bettie Sue Henderson. 4 H117 Phi fupsilon Omicron f Back row, leit to right, Mrs. Eleanor Barnes, spon- sor, Katherine Vogel, Ma- rion Beesley, Clara Heim- burqer, Io Ann Webb, Shir- ley Griffith, and Margaret Kinqgl second row, Flora Oneill, Mary Lori-'Hinson, secretary, Margaret Clough, vice-president, Mildred Tunnell, president, Eleanor Williams, and George Goss Smith: front row, left to right, Doris Campbell, Peq- qy Dietze, Doris Dowdell, and .Dorothy lane Agnew. 1 Q 5 Sigma Pi Beta Standing, left to right, lean Barnard, Margaret Palmer, Ann Scott, and Burnis Ward: seated, left to right, Miss Mabel Pear- son, Dr. Elsie Ienison, sponsor, Katherine Ann Benson, president, Louene Cox, vice-president, and Helen Hurt, secretary- treasurer. Theta Sigma Phi Back row, left to right, Mrs. Annie Lee Shelton, SPOHSOT, Mary Gene Un- derwood, Iudith McNeill, Margaret Fox, front row, left to right, Mona Ioy Arm- strong, treasurer, Rose Sczrnsel, secretary, Mary Frances Iarnison, pre-Si. dent, Ruby Letz, vice-presi- dent, and Dorothy Ander- son, keeper-of-the-archives. 'X Pldelphian Club Back row, left to right, Eunice Io Anna Smith, Mar- garet Crawford, Marjorie Marcak, Nell Spradley, Mogene Douglas, Marion Beesley, Louise Iarrait, Margaret Palmer, Lelia Bulkeley, Lois Preston, Betty Balch, Patricia Grady, and Ioyce Adams, second row, left to right, Betty Stomper, Betty Louise Bur- nett, Laurena Carr, Mary Ellen Martin, treasurer, Margaret Jones, secretary, Dorothy Krahn, president, Gloria Neelley, Harriett Kennedy, Flora O'N-eilly front row, left to right, Alma lean Keith, Evange- line Nau, Patria Trail, lane Miller, Betty Webb, Kath- erine Vogel, Mary I. Alli- son, Adelyn Marek, Mil- dred Browning Tunnell. Alice Freeman Palmer Club Back row, left to right, Alice May Doering, Mary Marshall Killen, Helen Renlro, Billye Ruth Daniel, Georgia Ye-ary, Billie Jeanne Taylor, Priscilla Rogers, Betty Cooper, Lot- tie Wilson, Mary Pearl McWilliams, Euna Armi- stead, Nancy Casey, and Mary Bess Rogers, second row, left to right, Margaret Bridges, Sally Williams, Dr. Ethelyn Davis, sponsor, Clara I-leimburger, secre- tary, Peggy Nuttall, presi- dent: Francine Hailey, Vice - president, Elizabeth Monks, Kathryn Ann Gaines, Billie Marie Gist, and Lucille Ienkinsg front row, left to right, Lonnelle Herring, Mary Alice Mor- row, Mary Lou Burford, Sara Vlfayne Stone, Rose Mooneyham, Iune Baird, Delia Lopez, and Velma Parker. 7-lglaian Club Back row, left to right, Peggy lean Campbell, Lily lack Coker, Lilla lean Brown, Mary Frances Cot- tle, Imogene McMillan, Betty Hinson, Mary Lou Hinson, Peggy Ann Gow- an, Marjorie Brown, Iesse Hale Holmes, Dolores Wortham, Lucrezia R. Wil- son, l-lilma Pliskal, and Patti Lynch: second row, lelt to right, Rosalynn Rey- nolds, Elizabeth Royall, Ann Timmons, Martha Ann Hobson, Doris K. Campbell, president, Miss Helen A. Ludeman, spon- sor, Gracie Middleton, Margaret Vletas, Glenda Ruth Brown, Edith Foe Cook, and Pauline Peace, iront row, left to right, Mintie Simpson, Claudia Webb, Marilyn Thompson, Lucille Dunson, Margaretta Reeve, Nina Fae Siebel, Patti Gilbert, Imogene Her- zik, Maxine Henderson, and Katherine Leonard. . 3555 '- te B itll- 5 ey-.1-. -tttttttt' 'r ufm' ' 'me Betsy Ross Club Back row, leit to right, Vir- ginia Iones, Merle Esterak, Nita Cobb, Virginia Anne Morrison, Natalie Iamison, Sue Irvin, Eva Ieanne Fer- guson, Dixie Irvin, and Dorothy Boyland: second row, left to right, Vircnoy Baker, Gracie Richey, Vir- ginia Eldridge, Mary Beth Chowning, Ieanne Arnold, treasurer, Eleanor Wil- liams, Dorothy Perkins, secretary, and Margaret Ann Niissley iront row, left to right, Iuanita Price, Rosemary Haden, Eleanor Williams, Winona Bickley, Betty Io Wooclrurn, and Margaret Davies. Mrs. Horton Talley is sponsor. at Athenaeum Club Back row, left to right, lune Ebert, Mary Ioe Bradley, Rebecca Meaclor, Ruth Cady, Doris Cain, lean Barton, lean Young, Iudy Roark, Bonnie lean Edmis- ton, Bettye lo Farris, Chris- tine Asher, Barbara Par- ker, Ianice Rodgers, Myrle Fletcher, Louise McClenny, and Laura Neilson: second row, left to right, Melba Schlosser, Mary Florence True, Barbara Wells, Hen- ryette Stevenson, Mary Sue McKenzie, secretary: Doris Bledsoe, president: loyzelle Tysinger, Wanda Files, Betty Io Sears, Merle Hendershot, Elizabeth Hen- derson, and Dorothy lean Agnew: front row, left to right, Nita Lake, Doralie Stanger, Pattie Lanier, Helen Marie Titus, Mary Elizabeth Ranspot, Arlyne Haggard, Carolyn Strother, vice-president, Ann Scott, Marie Pickard, Ann Fink- ler, Ioan Hagar, treasurer. Mrs. A. S. Lang, is spon- sor. -V w --ee af,-74 ?. , 15 iff' A.-im :I ,t 95, .r .' ff , 'Tri' , ' 1 Q". V?- ,ie X.. Chaparral Club Back row, left to right, Ieannette Hudson, Iane George, Mary Gene Dur- ham, Mary Neal Bishop, Emestine Ashe, lean Buch- anan, vice-president, Betty Io Cook, Helen' Thomas, Virginia Robinson, Kath- ryne Flanagin, Bonnie Io Crumpacker, Peggy Tric- key, lean Wilson, Mrs. Doris Buck, sponsor, Ruth Tilley, Lena Marie Adams Mallard, Cornelia Flee- man, and Margery Brewer, president: third row, left to right, Margaret Kerby, Barbara Cook, Marjorie Ann Monaghan, Mary Green, Mary Katherine Cain, Marion Heustess, Mary Dale King, Ellecia Murnane, Sheila Barnes, Ann McPherson, and Muf- fet Merrill: second row, left to right, Ioan Douglas, Bobbie Io George, Peggy Echols, Dorothy Blalack, Pattilou Germany, Alrnita Hollingsworth, lone Tillet, lane Hull, Ethel Marie Cronho-lm, and Cassandra Morris: front row, left to right, Adelaide 'Brewer. Mary Elizabeth Koons. Dottie Wahlquist, Betty Io Zachary, Ann Crook, Lu- cinda Blakely, Sue Hen- derson, treasurer, and Mary Coats. eff-Z' Y? -.,l,- gr - ...M ., .W .,-2" t 'mit , - R Delian Club Back row, left to right, Mary Louise Moody, Mar- jorie Collins, Martha Belle Coats, Doris McQuade, Marita Massey, Io Ann Croom, Marion Carew, Iosephine Miller, Betty Clarkg second row, left to right, Dorothy Pratley, sec- retary, Maxine Miller, Io Ann Kiene, Gal Groman, Oneita Cox, Fern Shepard, president, Frances Steven- son, Nell Slay, Edith Hen- drix, Marie Williams: front row, left to right, Frankie Beth Strom, Gretchen Mundhenk, Mildred Trim- ble, Nancy Sullivan, Palsy Serafino, Mary Gene Wil- son, Ioe Ann Wakefield, Jeanette Durand. Not pic- tured is Mrs. Lynn Uhler, sponsor, and Cordelia Boehm, secretary. James H. Lowry Club Back row, left to right, Edwina Lowgren, Tornmye Noble, Mary Alice Dan- ford, Beryl Elmendorf, Ruth Fleck, Virainia White, Alice Dial, and Ruth Fletcher, second row, left to right, Io Beth Blain, Martha Mc- Lean, Bobbyetta Matthews, treasurer, Willie Mae Bot- arct, president, Gloria Swanson, Miss Agnes C. Tramel, sponsor, Burnis Ward, secretary, Raylene Menter, and Margaret Mul- len, front row, left to right, Edith Strother, Elizabeth Ann Ruthven, Gerdean Mattingly, Linda Lee Thompson, Gladys Mack, Edith Dinsmore, vice-presi- dent, and Mae R. Peacock. L'aIIegro Club Back row, left to right, Iudy Smith, Ann Stinch- conib, Eleanor Baker, Pat- ty O'Connor, Mary Cran- fill, Drew Armstrong, lud- ith McNeill, Annie Hildreth, Dorothy Swick, fourth row, left to riqht, Betty Io Sattes, Carolyn Schmitz, Iesse Mc- Cullar, Doris Brown, Ma- rian Harding, Edna May Abernathy, Eclra Mae Oliver, Iean Saunders, For- rest Huclqins, Iustine Mil- ler, third row, left to right, Kathryn Abernathy, Mary Lou Stanard, Sarah Kel- sey, Martha Reed, Coral Dickson, Marian Briley, Katherine Benson, Betty Martin, second row, Laura Kina, Marcia Brown, Wil- ma Richter, Susan Allen, Margaret Fox, Marilyn Maxey, Frances Hagan, Iudy Bibb, front row, left to right, Sarah Cooley, pledge-mistress, Doris Dow- clell, vice-president, lean Barnard, president, Mary Sue Hooper, treasurer, Re- becca Gardner, secretary. Philomathia Club Back row, left to right, Scotty Quarlure, Ioy Sav- age, Ieanne Cox, Iosephine Lafon, Dotty Rutledge, Mary Louise Auld, Dot Hill, Narcissa Wooclail, Kathryn DeBlieux, Marga- ret King, Margaret Clough, lane Hooks, Virginia Ful- ler, Doris Garner, and Ioy Iolinson: second row, left to right, Agnes Talley, Iris Doyle, Helen Stafford, Char- lotte Calvert, vice-presi- dent, Mary Iane Richard- son, president, leanne Ful- ler, secretary, Betty Berry, Iuanita Red, and Betty Stilly front row, lett to right, lane Lively, Kathryn Turner, Marilyn Mallory, Pauline Tolleson, Florine Lindsey, Betty Io Benton, Grace Robinson, Martha Hickman, Iune Steusoff, Nancy Bush. Not pictured is Dr. Mary Agnes Mur- phy, sponsor. Mary Eleanor Breckenridge Club Back row, Hazel Henson, Ieanne Lernacks, Mary Louise lones, Flo Saenger, Rose Samsel, Martha Ear- ly, Kitty Fuess, Mary Helen Olsen, Mary Kathryn Sim- mons, Ann Powledge, Ly- da Merchant, and Count- ess Moore: third row, left to right, Rosemary McEl- wee, Wanda Momon, Su- zanne Harris, Kathryn Saenger, Hazel Melancon, Virginia Robertson, Hart Anderson, Sue Murphy, May Vaughn Caswell, Betty Pierce, Margie Han- ey, Mary Iane Hurley, and Delyghte Lancaster: sec:- ond row, Margaret Ekas, Elaine O'Leary, Louise Ap- plin, Ioan Farell, Nancy Simpson, Dorothy McClure, Leah Newman, Virginia Scoggin, Ruth Herring, and Elizabeth Maxwellp front row, left to right, Betty Sarnsel, lean Cole, Betty Pate, vice-president, Fran- ces Brown, president, lo Anne Webb, Mor Gwen Ball, secretary, Suzanne Sellers, Frances Busch, and SuSu Beard. , X fy, ' ll Press Club Standing, left to right, Mary Evelyn Blagg, Vir- ginia Louise Holliman, Helen Renfro, and Elisa- beth McCullarp seated, left to right, Donna Iean Ris- ing, Peggy Webb, Dorothy Michael, president, Lilla lean Brown, secretary' treasurer, and Naomi How- ard. Not pictured is Miss Marnie Walker, sponsor. Service Wives Club Standing, left to right, Lucille Goode, Dorothy El- kins, Teddy Reichert, Ha- zell Cavall, reporter, Mays dette Wirchbrodt, Marjorie C. Ludeman, Mrs. Cather- ine Bean, Billie Lou Ma- ther, Frances Briethauptp seated, left to right, Gal Grornan, treasurer, Iudy Stubbs Smith, Mrs. Mattie Lloyd Wooten, Flora Wald- mann, president, Katheryn Howell, secretary, Mrs. Iu- lia Cotey. 053: 'N Vs H i Nfl fr W c THE GRADUATE CLUB Standing, left to right, Miss Lucille Duffel, Mrs. R. A. Mark, Miss Elizabeth Keesee, Miss Sue Graham, Miss Clara Willis, Miss Mabel Pearson, reporter, Dr. A. S. Lang, Mr. R. I. Turrentine, Mrs. Turrentine, Miss Mary Adelyn Race, Mrs. Frances Stallworth, Mrs. Mary Anne Duke, historian, Dr. Grace M. Aug- ustine, Miss Eva Louisa Krohn, Mrs. Persis Terhune, Miss Louise Acrurnan, parliarnentarian, Miss Martha Mitchell, Miss Vere MacNeal, Mrs. Miriam Meisenbach, seated, left to right, Dr. Anne Schley Duggan, Dr. lewell Lock- head, Miss Helen Wyatt, vice-president, Miss Aline Wolters, secretary-treasurer, Dr. L. H. Hubbard, Miss Elisabeth McCullar, president, Dr. M. L. Ellison, Miss Nell Morris, Dr. Evelyn M. Carrington, Dr. Rebecca Switzer, Dr. Ercel Eppright. THE GALVESTGN CLUB The above picture is an example of the many regional clubs organized on the campus. The picture was taken at a meeting in Mrs. Ober's home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, parents of Mrs. Ober, were in Denton visiting. Back row, left to right, Evelyn Riche, Charlotte Reyder, Beryl Elrnenclort, secretary, Georqiana Mandich, Mrs. Dorothy Ober, Ianie Kelly, treasurer, Emerald Zqourides, and Thomie Economidesg second row, left to right, Charlotte Ober, Barbara lean Foster, Elene Warren, Doris Carmiqnani, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Marion Harrison, and Renata Arlene Ober, front row, left to right, Eileen Gillespie, Victoria Giusti, Dorothy Pratley, president, Shirley Rexer, and Shirley Tinterow. Buildings at Aggieland :miie ru, ENTRANCE TO CAMPUS AT EAST GATE, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ACADEMIC BUILDING I GUION HALL 73 1Tff- uri. 5-157--'-1 ' Tr, -.- ...- -U -4-- f-4 ' Pg.. --:-Fi, ' "'t:v.-v.-. 2'-'Q-F-Hr: eval'-' - ' . 5: - Qt, , . .,., " T 'ZH 4' 3. l34t55fr?L ' LIBRARY PETROLEUM BUILDING ' nf x M l 6 DR. , mg president of Agricultural cmd Mechanical College of Texas. F: C. BOLTON cxct' The famous Aggie "T" is formed Below entrance to Kyle Fleld between halves of a football game. pi- Trumpeters ploy Silver Taps over CBS for all ex-Aggies in World Wcrrs I cmd ll. Below, A. S. T.P boys march in the snow. W M. Q H ,e 1 ,Q-2 , -,H V-- Q Above is shown the World Worr l Service Plcrq. At left, the Corps stcmds oft attention in the stcmds Crt Kyle Field While the "Star Spcmqled Bc1nner" is played. IT TAKES Food Ta KEEP A MAN HEALTHY' Q At right, the kitchen of the largest dining hall in the world, Sbisa. Above, the Corps waits patiently for mess. At left, seated at mess in Duncan Hall, the Aq- qies prepare to "dive in." .De Q VA ccRE 9' O 0 Above, Rev pauses Crt the buqle stcmcl While The mess ccrll is beinq blown. the Below, Rev tcrkes over While CI sleepy, uncomplcrininq Aggie relaxes on the floor. X ascotr for Fourteen Years ,tReveil1e, famous mascot of the Aggies, died this past Winter after having served faithfully on the campus for fourteen years. Occupying a soft spot in the heart of each Aggie, she was honored and admired over the entire campus. Preparing for camera lights and stardom, Bev is signed to a contract by Universal's lack Rollings. At left, pallbearers stand at attention before the mctscot's casket during services. A close-up of Rev's casket after the crowd has left Kyle Field. L2 1 . Previous to the Rice Game in 1939 the Corps marched proudly down the streets in Houston. . A A V G TNQ: 1 ,I , X Las- Q pf ...K .J --,- .fy '91 f 7.44 'li ' 'Biff' ,f":f.. , W -vt? 'gifs A' 4 646 :H '-. Scenes o In 1941 the Aggies sent their football team off to New York in good style. In 1939 the Aggies beat Tulane 14 to 13 in the Sugar Bowl Game. At leit is a scene of the A QS M band formed in the shape of the Lone Star State. esteryear All-college night, one of those nights Aggies never forget. Here the master of ceremonies speaks from or platform in Sbisot Hcrll. Tis In 1937 President Roosevelt was om honored quest at A ci M. 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Four Years the Winner he stunts iour They drclnt Wm t years m cm row They dldnt Q1V9 the B t college but one Redbud Queen u to the Class of 44 qoes the chstmc 'non of pI'OV1dlI'lg the Agqle Day Sweetheart not once but four years stra1qht I' Then 11'1 1942 sophomore ANNA RUT ASI-IE was c of the four classes H hosen from represerllahves A e Judges selected freshman MARY ggi MARGARET MCCARTHY to be thelr Weetheart 1I'1 1941 RUTH TILLEY drcl the honors when the class was m 1ts Junror year 1I'1 43 Lt' I f , Beginning ofa Mulch-Awaited Week-End... .l ,,-4.-T45 , 1 .ii '- 1 A - Come Saturday noon, when classes are out and Aggies forget temporarily that they are leading a military life, a large percent- K - aqe of them tum their thumbs toward Dallas, and eventually "Tessie-land." 'TTG7f"elf'fT" ' fl mf 551325-f 7" iliilfif. ,,W.'l9?' 5l'7W9i5l'5Wf' :G ,, 'lv DE'-.-:N.gj5..pJ1.fHrQx.1'.-.11 J - , N I,.,,., , W ' fi' . 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I Starz, promotion manager for Interstate Circuit: Iack Patton, artist for The Dallas Morning News: and Buster Cook, artist, photographer, and judge of thirty- one beauty contests before this one. They Were the Judges B. W. Coo Queen ofthe Redbuds Possessing the criteria for the ideal girl of TSCW, Ruth Tilley, senior, was crowned Queen of the Redbuds at the annual festival. Lovely, friendly, inter- ested in many phases of college life, and possessing that quality referred to as charm for every occasion, our Queen is pictured on her throne smiling after she has been crowned. Lower left, Queen Ruth of the House of Tilley is shown with her ladies-in- waiting, left to right, Velma Bartlett, Peggy' Dietze, Margaret King, lean Barnard, and Edith Ellison. Lower right, following out the year- ly tradition, President Hubbard places the crown on the Queen's head. ,X X J An expectant tense- ness hung over the en- tire auditoriurn as the girls passed back to their seats on the stage. Here are pictured the group who had na cer- tain amount ot charm, who were lovely in ap- pearanhqe, and who .Were Worthy -of being oallednnrincesses on the campusq Redbud Princesses One hundred and iour princesses, chosen by the student body, pa- raded in pairs to the front of the Auditorium stage for the final re- hearsal ior the Annual Redbud Festival. At left and belowihey are pic- tured as they sat on the stage for the Coronation. WML "-, 1 " ' 4 uw' 1 - I - nv The Judges The judges were a group of Senior Aggies who made the trip up to Tessieland for the purpose of selecting a Bound-Up Sweetheart. The Nonunees Pictured at left are the nominees from each of the four classes. They are, standing left to right, Iolene Proctor, Mary Beth Foshee, and Elaine O'Leary. Seated, left to right, Mar Gwen Ball, Peggy Trickey, Bonnie Ioe Crumpacker, and Cornelia Pleeman. My .X . I 3, stun.. . - 1 1' .. WHUS WHH 9 5: eangackmma Aside from acting in College Thea- ter productions, this college govern- ment supporter, JEAN BUCHANAN, is sec- retary ot the College Government As- sociation. Iean is a senior from Grape- vine, Texas, and is majoring in speech. She was sophomore class representa- tive and has been an indispensable member of Chaparral Club for two years. em? Deeply interested in campus social lite, JEAN BARNAHD is president of the Round Table and also L'Allegro Club. Majoring ,in secretarial studies, lean plans to go to New York with room- mate, Ruth Tilley, following graduation and do advertising work. Gajety, mer- riment, and responsibility are three nouns which apply to this enthusiastic leader from Bryan, Texas. : .'. - l . . . ready with a smile for every occa- sion, is an institutional management major and her home is in Dallas. Mar- garet has been quite active in campus affairs, having served as president of the Dallas Club, vice-president of Phi Upsilon Ornicron, and historian of Phil- omathia. me .Za D ' Devoting her energies to seeing that other students are advised scholasti- cally, SADIE LU DAVIDSON is president of the Student Advisory Council. A speech major interested primarily in public speaking, she Won first place in an impromptu speaking contest in a Louisiana meet when she was a fresh- man. Last year she won the annual TSCW Extemporaneous Speaking Con- test. A member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha Chi, two honorary scholas- tic organizations, Saclie's after-college plans include teaching. fwfr D . . . a dependable campus leader, is president of the Student Finance Coun- cil and a member oi the Phi Upsilon Omicron and Mary Swartz Rose Clubs. A home economics major, Peggy has served as president ot Sayers Hall and Councilor in Brack and Sayers. She comes from San Antonio. . T9 3 , -.......mL.4.i Dazed Decade!! An earnest student and persistent Work- er, DORIS DOWDELL has shown genuine ability in her major subject, foods and nutrition. Hailing from Dallas, Texas, this blonde, blue-eyed lass has taken an active part in clubs on the campus, being vice-president of L'Allegro Club. She is also president of Stoddard Hall, the senior dormitory. Doris, a red bud princess last year, plans to be a hos- pital dietitian When she completes col- lege education. 77Zm9mez! ax Being a writer of poetry, MARGARET Fox is Well qualified for her position as editor oi the Daedalian Quarterly. Self-confident, Margaret is a past presi- dent of the Press Club, a member of the lournalism and l..'Allegro Clubs, and Theta Sigma Phi. She is also sen- ior editor of the DAEDALIAN Yearbook. A journalism major from Fort Worth, she plans to go into journalistic Work or aviation in South America after graduation. . . . petite blonde senior who is ma- joring in home economics, hails from Fort Smith, Arkansas. She has been quite helpful on the Student Advisory Council, of which she is vice-president. She is a member of Chaparral Club and Mary Swartz Rose Club. "Corny," by the Way, is getting married grad- uation day and will live probably in Memphis, Tennessee. C, . .t QE? ' . 1 v Y 1 -tv: - - if H-.9 : , 1 , , A 1 t' ' . lf-is - " 'yiiitzjl V ' ' '9"'. :ECM 'iff IW ,F " 12 :3 2-:,,: 2 ijijgg- 2' A ' fig , ' Y-, " ,- its .iz-E-,Y F ' P. . I -- 1" 4.,Q..:1 f ff.---' -1 m King Blonde, blue-eyed MARGARET KING, known to her friends as "Mott," is vice- president of the college government association and of the senior class. From Washington, D. C., and major- ing in vocational home economics, Margaret plans to teach when she fin- ishes. She is or member of the Philoma- thia Club and president of the Mary Swartz Rose Club. iw WMM Serving as president of the junior class, IOY IOHNSON has taken the initiative in the difficult planning of class dances and socials. Majoring in foreign trade, brown-eyed, blonde joy wants to get into that field of work and ultimately work for an exporting and importing firm in South America. Gay and ener- getic, this junior from Terrell is a mem- ber of Philornathia Club, Business and Professional Women's Club, and is one of the two representatives of the busi- ness department on the Student Advis- ory Council. we!! affectlonately dubbed L1z made other students take notlce when she carrled the lead 1n Thornton Wrlder s play Our Town She lS a member ot Mary Eleanor Brackenndqe Club and 1S also acttve ln the Daughters ot Amencan Revolutton chapter on the campus L12 a local student 1S a semor mayormq 1n speech 4363 .,-I 466 An eff1c1ent presldent of Phllomathla L1terary Club MARY IANE RICHARDSON 1S a Wlde awake enerqettc student and a member of two honorary orqanlza t1ons on the campus Alpha Kappa Delta and Alpha Lambda Delta Com mg from L1ttle Rock Arkansas Mary lane has been qu1te helpful on the Student Advtsory Councll She 1S a socloloqy mayor 9 764 Saengez President of the summer College Gov- ernment Association, was PLO SAENGER, a major in music education. Prom Kerr- ville, Texas, this girl with the brown hair, sky-blue eyes has served as presi- dent of the Professional Music Club and Stoddard Hall, secretary of the Mary Eleanor Brackenridge Club, a member ot the Student Council of Reli- gious Activities, ensemble and choir, and was a red bud princess last year. Graduating in February, Flo will teach a short time and then take training as a link trainer instructor. WJ aceamcei Quiet, efficient Ross SAMSEL is one of the main reasons there is a Lass-O every Friday, and as long as she is its editor students know there will be. From Evanston, Illinois, this green-eyed bru- nette has been active in fields other than journalism, having been finance chairman of her hall While in Houston and Brack, vice-president of the lour- nalisrn Club last year, and secretary of her junior class. She is also a mem- ber ot Theta Sigma Phi, and the Mathe- matics Club. She was junior editor of the annual last year and was a mem- ber of the War Council. 24455 cffey Distinctive beauty, sweet disposition, and brains combine to make up RUTH TILLEY, last year's Aggie Day Sweet- heart. Maioring in sociology and dou- ble minoring in government and his- tory, Ruth Plans to go to New York and do social Work following graduation. She is a member of the Sociology Club and the Chaparral Club. She is vice- president of the senior class. jk Not pictured but automatic- ally a member of Who's Who is EDITH ELLrsoN, who was in- cluded in this list last year. taffiefcdd . . . is the first sophomore ever to become a member of Who's Who on the TSCW campus. President of the Student Council of Religious Activities, this brown-eyed brunette is a speech major from Gorman, Texas, and is pre- paring to teach after graduation. Studi- ous, serious, Mary Frances has pro- moted campus interest in the SCR!-X with her own interest and work. ' 2: 1-1, ,Af K-, 4, 1 X H Z9 Qi nfs., , O , , , D up X A . w A . wg A .9 J. ,I fy .4 . z-- i 'Q' ' f ' md? 4" v..,. g . -,,. 5.6 fr -.J , fl M DOROTHY HARP Concert Mistress 'L 1- in P I ' F ? . ss.. si-u f i-.fx 1'1?!:W'- .- -JL - f is ' Y 3 -1 :gk - EEHHQEJE5 iiaf 5 VIOLIN Dorothy Hart Concert Mistress Ieanne Ann Bickley Marjorie Bowling Lourena Carr Edith Dinsmore Bogbye Ieanne Gillis Murl Dean Hancock Eclra Ioy Hansen Edra Rae Hendricks Doris Ann Hipp Gladys Mack Georqiana Mardich The Symphong Miriam Marsion ' Jean Myatt Iosephine Parish Blanche Patrick Ruth Stephenson Peqqy Torres Pat Young Emerald Zqourides VIOLAS Hincla Westphal Alice Silvey Catherine Coffey Ernestine Frizzell CELLOS Carol Edwal cls Mary Kathleen Leibenquth Patsy McConnell lone Tillett BASSES Doris Abbott Francine Hatley Mary Io McKnight Mary Io Minton OBOE Grace Headlee I-'LUTES Edwina Lowgren Esther Garrett Katharine Richardson Io Anna Smith Betty Townsend Iulia Wright CLARINETS Marjorie Marcak Adelaide Brewer Bette Sue Carter Florine Lenz Irene Pope June Hawley .J ,. L rchestra . .. BASS CLARINET Helen Waldrip BASS OONS Emily Self Jeanne Howell FRENCH HORN Marianna Pierce Mary Bradford Betty Hinson Nina Mae Sisley Betty Steffen LeNe11e Underwood Marilyn Wade TRUMPETS Dortha Hollingsworth Georqine Cuchener Betty Iune Gillespie Marilyn Witt TROMBONE Martha I-lylander TUBE. Martha lane Eason PERCUSSION Valeria Nell Srnithy Tommie Harwell Mary Ann lanes Nan Bradbury EARL FROST Director Q A + 1 i' I ., , I W , A H 'fx 34 .,1 .' jg- t ' -4 3. 'N . 'E .L J ' '+ ,ff ? ' WWE ..Q,,N'?f , ..f y ' Q ' . 'Q, H M M M M Q3 ' " WH' ' X 'g"f1"' f wg -A " '...w,.. ,., ,,gg,.,:,M: , l- .w...r-,NY -, -- X V - Q-,ny L ",gf-'31-Tfzpyffsfzri 3 Syn . . .5 V 1-, :fm ' ,,-.gwgws W 5..-L, ,. 1 K , "a1'G "l V' 1 , Xi, K 6 -rv' -f C..., 'Qs- gn. A I. . ,--5-s 1 .6 A! - . x 1 u 5: :-. 0 TS 1 ' T f 2 V " '. x- 1 'I 1 y -3- - V ' 'N is " . Mi ,ww -we .-8 X fi ai ' he 'll 14 fi V' H A ' ' -ftvw..N,c: ' 'f 1-1175 -P . ' 1 VL. QB, 'fi' if .. ui' , ., 3 rf V .,A.g-V-V, x. 1- we Y 12 We vh- !,.,.m Q Odds and Ends in the Music Department Training to be versatile rnusicicms are these members of the brass section in the Symphony Orchestra. They are, left to riqht, Nina Mae Sisley, Marilyn Wade, LeNe11e Underwood, Betty lean Steffen, Betty Hinson, Mary Bradford, and Marianna Pierce. it gt eu S .Qs.s E .- S it EY' Many interesting scenes can be found in the Music Depart- ment. Lower left, two music majors return orchestral instruments to their correct places. Lower right, three students spend an "oft hour" listening to records of famous composers. xx- mr '-fsi1Z': ' pigs, Furnishing popular mu- sic ior many a college ac- tivity were these girls. Back row, left to right, Valeria Smithey, drums: Doris,.Abbott, bass: Florine Lindsey, piano: Mariana Pierce, business manager, trumpet: Dortha Hollingr Worth, trumpet: and Geor- gine Cuchener, trumpet: second row, left to right, Miriam Marston, violin: Gladys Mack, violin: Mary Edith Dinsrnore, violin: Martha Hylander, trom- bone, and Arlyne Hag- gard, trombone: front row, left to right, Marceline Richey, saxophone: Ieanne Arnold, saxophone: Kay Minor, director and vocal- ist: Mary Io Pierce, saxo- phone: and George Smith, saxophone. THE SERENADER THE COLLEGETTES Contributing their bit to the musical interest of TSCW were these swing- sters. Back row, left to right, Martha Hylander, trombone: Mary Grace Goode, saxophone: Wan- da Fitzgarrald, saxophone: Ieannette Smith, saxo- phone: Betty Meyers, trum- pet: Marilyn Witt, trumpet: and Mary Coates, piano: front row, left to right, Lilla lean Brown, saxophone: Marjorie Marcak, saxo- phone: Mary Ann Iones, drums: Betty Iune Gilles- pie, trumpet: Mary Io Mc- Knight, bass: lean Howell, director: and Georgine Cuchener, business man- ager, trumpet. , 1 mr F, 2 1 U E rf! ' 1 3, 3 ' I , Q 2 ,, ,li ,rf 5 , . 4-, 'il r Er l ff ,V xl: Four Violinists . . . who contributed much to the Symphony Orchestra concert Were, left to right, Dorothy Hart, Gladys Mack, Emerald Zqour- ides, and Miriam Marston. Concert mistress for the second sem 5, 2 VI-H ,. 31 ester was Murl Dean Hancock, at right. ifiyig mf. 7 . . - ' , ' L - L ,,q..P1,.-:-.- , -1, f ' ' ' ,.f.,. WT.,-..,f ' 1 g4, 1:v., V .,-' O A , 5 Q , is J, y E ,A I X I A as , nw-1. .W ,f , .L fwnx, f, QV ' ' 'ij J ug , Q., , mf! 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Above is a scene portraying the family meeting after Horace has first come home. T H Addie MARY LOUISE IONES DoRIs BLEDSOE SUE MURPHY SUE MURPHY DoR1s 'BLEDSOE Cal Birdie Hubbard DORACE CAIN Leo Hubbard MAY VAUGHN CASWELL ECA ST Oscar Hubbard MARY ALICE PUTNAM I MAY VAUGHN CASWELI. Regina Giddens IDORACE CAIN William Marshall ELOISE SLAUGHTER Alexandra Giddens IEANNE DENMAN Horace Giddensy ELIZABETH MAXWELL Direcior G. CHARLES NIEMEYER Leo brings the stolen cash box home after he has spent the bonds. Horace and Regina have an argument after he refuses io promise any money to the "cause." P Horace begs Regina 'fo get him the medicine The Emperor's New Clothes Freshman speech studenls presented this comedy of an emperor's foolish love of clothes plus two rogues, Zar and Zan, who posed as Weavers in a search for adventure. The clothes Zar and Zan wove caused much excitemenl in the royal court. 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A A I '.I'S'n.. - a' ' .J-L, TV' I "fm ' .,-3 .if I 4 ae 'va .A , X 'lf ffdp f'Q X5 14 'Tx X W '9 r T .W 2' 'LK :W .Lk M., , 5. , . V 2-,E 4214: H M- ,Mmf- ,wma -izi ew ,V X1 -4-cf 7-7- Y bf- L Tffaw-..4f .ape-zvazl LQHJ-V - , A ,x 1 ,. 1 wha , A mf., . .S -4-4 ,'HA4gE?5HwxwwK. ' V . I , . ',A..t, .,1-- The Verse Speaking Choir Back row, lett to riqht, Edythe Smith, Mary Helen Olsen, Elizabeth Max- well, Mctrthcr Early, Sue Still, cmd Lecrh Newman: front row, left to riqht, Betty Io Cook, Doroce Coin, Betty Sczmsel, Iecrnne Denman, Lofurcr Iome Neilson, Merry Icrne Hurley, Mildred Wooley, cmd Iudy Bibb. V V4W.' NJ fwfhmfy-L. ffww EJ X 470 'PQJ'-4 fM is ' Q ' - Q06 - of ' ' 'KA ,faqfd EHEHHIIHS mi fe 1, .. w H X X --na X , -215:55 w H X ffm Q ,-Y L. Troupers with Siqrnund Rornherq who thrilled TSCW- ites with their spcrrlclinq entertainment were, upper left, MISS ESTI-IER BORIA, South American soprano CRemernber "Siboney"?D: upper right, MISS MARTHA ERROLE, lead soprocno who sctnq duets with the tenor soloist ERIC MATTSON, lower left, to the de- light of the audience. MISS MARY BECKER, violinist, drew the attention of the audience With her crbil- ity to handle intricorte violin numbers. 55 5 WE --3 It E :.- 2. ,, H Q :ii 5 . I LI.1J:-, Al- 3 4, HV., ,ga 1',,,:?-git.:-,-H .f 2 5 V -IW, .1 X 5-13 .6 .J .1 - Y A Ly' - xv' EE-W 391'-gil-i 'pgjlizlgji ,iii :Jil . . 13l"f : 2 lk-niv:'.Q fwtiguhg ,1.,.. LOUIS BROIVIFIELD, autho such novels as "The Rains Came" and "Night in Bombay," spoke on "Winning the War on the Home Front" before a student-faculty au- dience this spring. His recent arti- cles on the economic situation in ht notable this co comment. r of untry have broug of the A over-all aspect n War and what's to follow was given by UPTON CLOSE, NBC commentator, in March he spoke on "Where when ' ' 1 World To- We Stand in the day." gnu-'f Ng it Known for his scoops on national issues and accuracy of prediction, FULTON LEWIS, IR., stopped here long enough last October to give us the "straight dope" on what Was happening in Washington. At left the popular radio columnist stops for an "off the record" chat with Lass-O editor Rose Samsel. -X r w , - L, 2" , V' 'diff- Q... q, --, ww w -.gg ' w , T w w --.f .. '- 'F-Q-:QF 5 L-- j - 1.94 'Ea a .5 53 if , ix ,, A rffir' Aiyh-I EEA 1 f ff 'fd Wa W x K 3: M EEE. S IW-4,,g X'-1461 W2 Z: - -'-A 1. '31, L- Q'-H15,3Lf.' 5333- -Ei' we Q . '1.L,jg5g'5-P :LG-PJIL4 gy L qglhg-' ,. in JA "?!5?:s.M, x ,Ks V "A QQ K 5 X u ,,,, as wg: . x f"1"1:'r'g:55ir"'r" f - -- - WH 5" ' 1 ' '. 'l 3 ,n 'Q zzz' , gg -,X will 1 1 1 Q Ei' , E, Q , r 1 v Thrilling TSCW students Wiihher rich, full voice this spring was MISS HELEN TRAUBEL, dramatic soprano of the Metropolitan Opera. Smiling and gracious, her program included negro spir- ituals and non-classical nurnbersias Well as selections from Wag- ner, Beethoven, Schubert, and Strauss. X ,4' l L, - . 5 , W -v is wg t Y Senora lSABEL de PALENCIA told the "Truth About Spain" in a lecture here in March. The tamed Spanish author, diplomat and lecturer is one ot the foremost leaders of modern and progressive education in the World. ALEXANDER SCHREINER, Amer- ican orqanist, who formerly played in the Salt Lake City Tabernacle, appeared before a larqe audience in April. He made other appearances at the University of Texas, Wichita Falls, Marshall, and San Antonio after coming to tlziistcampus, Scheduled to appear on the Concert and Drama Series was Ma- dame WELLINGTON KOO, authoress and Wife of the former Chi- nese ambassador to the United States. That India should have independ- ence now was the side taken by DR. SYUD HOSSAIN, noted world affairs interpreter, traveler, and ob- server, in a debate with Count Byron de Prorok, authority on international affairs, this spring. E ,M . Q M 'ffm ssfwkiii, "' JUS Aims? H 1 I ky H ' ' ,, WH WMWN ' IG' w H N M E 4 X X x,, Q :X--52? w W W. 2 X H www Hu! H as Above, headline Writers and copy readers stir- ring up their dandruit are left to right, Rose Mooneyham, Charnpe Philips, Dolores Wortham, Geneice Key, Ruby Letz, Iudith McNeill, Marygene Underwood, Margaret Fox, Mary Frances Iam- ison, and Mona Ioy Armstrong. Giving out the work for them todo is Mrs. Annie Lee Shelton, tutor of journalism. At right, Margie Haney, Rose Mooneyham, Ruby Letz, Mona Ioy Armstrong, and Mary Frances Iamison rush to meet the Thurs- day deadline. Irv? Each Friday -journalism students can be found darting around in the print shop to make sure that the Lass-O reaches students in good order. Meanwhile, the editor-in-chief, having become satisfied that there will be a paper this Week, begins Work on next Week's Lass-O by giving various reporters assignments. Shown at left doing just that are Iohnnie Shawver, associate editor, and Rose Sarnsel, editor-in- chiet. S T A F F FIRST SEMESTER Editor-in-Chief Ross SAMSEL Associate Editor IOHNNIE SHAWVER Society Editor MARY FRANCES IAMISON Amusements Editor RUBY Lsrz Sports Editor MONA IoY ARMSTRONG Business Manager Ross MOONEYHAM l Cartoonist MARGIE HANEY EI At right, Rose Sdrnsei, editor, receives the did of Mr. Blctgg and Mr. Rigier for or page mcrke-up prob- lem. Theres more to this getting out cr pcxper than most people think. STAFF SECOND SEMESTER Editor-in-Chief Ross SAMSEL Associate Editor IUDITH MCNRILL News Editor MARYGENE UNDERWOOD Feature Editor RUBY LETZ ' I MONA IoY ARMSTRONG Copy Editors 'l FRANCES MATSLER GENEICE KEY Society Editors IOAN OBRIEN Sports Editor DOLORES WORTHAM Amusements Editor MARY FRANCES IAMISON Wgr Editor MARGARET Fox Photographic Editor DOROTHY ANDERSON Cgrtoonist MARGIE HANEY Business Mcxncmqer Rosn MOONRYHAM Aggie Columnist ARCHIE BRooDo Merry Frances Icrmison and Monct Ioy Armstrong check on the typesetter's crccurdcy. Q The DAED Throughout the past nine months members of the DAEDALIAN Annnal staff have attempted to compile all of the highlights and memories stu- dents Will recall With joy in later years. They attempted to portray everyday lite on the campus in a book for today, an informal remem- brance for tomorrow. ef At right in circle, Business Manager Mary Frances lami- son checks over the DAEDA- LIAN Yearbooks account. Lett, Dorothy Anderson, editor, takes a look on the calendar at the iast-approaching deadline for copy. . t., I' f 1 ANNUALSTAFF DOROTHY ANDERSON Editor MARY FRANCES IAMISON Business Manager MARGIE l-IANEY Art Editor At leit, Margie Haney, art editor, applies the ruler to division pages as the engraving deadline grows near. IA Year Book At riqht, Ruby Letz, associate editor, prepares lay-outs for tea- ture pages and checks on pictures that are missing. Nancy Huff, freshman editor, and Lelia Bul- keley, sophomore editor, are shown at left checking the long list of names for the soph- omore and freshman classes. SECTION EDITORS RUBY LETZ Associate Editor MARGARET Fox Senior Editor MoNA IoY ARMSTRONG Iunior Editor LELIA BULKELEY Sophomore Editor NANCY HUFF Freshman Editor 'Es Below, Mona Ioy Armstrong, jun- ior editor, and Margaret Fox, senior editor, make sure that all of the class pictures are in the right order. -,fw f f'H', -pwiWifSEf"" " t fl . Q Q , - -' rm: Il 1 " V!"" 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This form of recreation was so popular this year that it - was necessary to limit the Q classes. iff", Badminton Badminton players who attended the Badminton Tournament in Waco were, top row, left to right, lean Edrniston, Velma Bartlett, Martha Edsen, Iudy Roarky bottom row, left to right, Juanita Price, Agnes Tal- ley, and Miss Charlotte Lane. HORSEBACK RIDI G Blue-jeaned beginners trudqe along the road home, feet not yet used to the ground, blue jeans dusty, and hair Wind- blown, but they have Won a victory-they can ride horse- back With confidence. Shown in the upper left picture are acl- vanced riders, Dorothy Wallace, Mrs. Walter Tice, and lean Ed- miston. X ' MO ANCE GROUP D E R t of their dance ,Showing cr representative pose from one ' teen members of the Modern Dcrnce Club hen they crppeotr on ences the s1x f the students W 'ts sponsors sequ , ' tertoliners- o ' group cfre 1 , orre fcrvonte en ' ' mblies. Pictured With the Miss Iecmnette Schlotirncmn special ctsse Miss An Duqqcm cmd ne Schley if if fs .4 4 44.9 Q g ,11 . . 1 5 is 'Eh - 1. Q N. , '5' . 3 . .5 ' N .1 ' ' .J-' 1 1 -V. I, 1 4 ,T rl 1' ...ghfxys g,yg,,kgN:L K e 2, f' 14, '. 1 Y .I R -3' fe A ' E 5' I QV' -. j ,fa xg 4? I Wfnlk-,!FdJfa'ivA 5 ,,....,- 311 1 5 .NJ R . . 2 F uv , -- -X .1 ,A -. X XX xx XXX NX' X X X ,XX I :Tv Z' X Q' 9 X L l- - AQ? - 1 1 3 ,' , K ' I Q Q , K Agqieland was rep- resented by the girls at right in the Turkey Day prediction. Score was 4 - 2. The Kyle Field classic come out 2.7 - 13. Hockey Teams Compete Giving a successful prophecy in the an- nual score-foretellinq version of the A cSf M vs. Texas University football game-, TSCW hockey teams corn- peted Nov. 25. 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At left, stu- dents Bosemary Beckman, Mary Holler, Mary' Bovell, and Suzanne Sellers are assigned faculty ad- visors by Dr. Madison Marshall, Miss Autrey Nell Wiley, Dr. Spen- cer Stoker, and Dr. Constance Beach. Cornelia Fleeman takes time out for the "pause that refreshes." Seniors Wait to see Dean White to have their program ap- proved. nDa Lines and Inore lines! Betty Lee Martin and Bonnie Barsi exchanqe mutual freshman concerns as they wait in the 'book- IOOII1. Postmaster George Wea- ver shows Freshman Car-. oline Carmeorn how to open her box. B, .st. t Bonnie and Betty Lee reach Sayers steps at last .... Whewl All-College ight y When Mrs. I. M. Wondering began to Wonder about TSCW as a suitable institution of learning for her daugh- ter, Prexy Edith Ellison and her Stu- dent Council decided to illustrate the various phases of campus life for her and all newcomers. A Top left, playing like it's self-devel- opment week are Margaret King, Margaret McAdams, and Mar Gwen Ball, who give Barbara Cook a good rub down. lean Denman and Dotta Car- penter, pictured at left, demon- strate how girls from TSCW entertain during shows at army camps, Lower left, Sarah Cooley and Mary Ella Montague tempt Cornelia Fleeman with a game of bridge before exams. In cir- cle, Ruth Tilley and Margery Brewer are two of the many who danced on the slab after the skit. The Lantern Parade One of the traditional events of the beginning oi each school year is the Lantern Parade, Where big sisters show little sisters the beauty of the campus by candle light. Here's where new stu- dents meet and learn to know their advisors - here are memories in the making. At left, old and new students sing "Moonlight and Roses" and "Alma Mater" upon ar- riving at the auditorium to see a movie. Edith Ellison, president of the student body, faces the "mike" to greet all from the steps oi 'the Music-Speech Building. Students line up in front of Stoddard before the lan- terns are lighted and the parade begins. r A 5 5 4 , I 'Qi -:1 W "T M Frances Brown, president, and Io Ann Webb, treasurer of the MEB Club, watch lowly Louise Applin and Nancy Simpson go through their paces. Lower right, pledges of another literary club bow down on their knees and "praise Allah." Lower left, Lowry Club pledges play leap frog. Lowly Pledges Go Into Action Pledge Week-a week oi the most unexpected scenes on the campus, strange noises, irnitations, and duties. lt is a week when new pledges learn obedience to older members, but more important still, they get to know better those persons who are to be their tel- low club members .... At left, Chap pledges, Iean Wilson, Mary lean Dur- ham, Lou Blakely, Peggy Echols, and Margaret Kirby show imitations oi birds, clouds and an air attack. Food... Fights for Freedom An all-out drive to con- serve food under Wartime re- strictions resulted in many unusual and hilarious scenes in the dining halls. Trying the power of suggestion, Nora May Koerner, on the step- iqddef, and bei Philomathicm Club sisters root for rutaloa- gas in the Brack Dining Hall. Students look over the food posters cmd bulletins which were placed on exhibit in the library tor the week. This Chaparral H oheerinq section spurs the Brack' din- ers on to eat more squash to Win the Week's contest in minimum food Waste. ofa! - i' . -1' ,J i ,ji gi r' ff 1 tk Everyone joined in the iight to "popularize" un- popular foods in the din- ing halls. Above, L'Allegro members insist on students eating greens. At left, De- lian Club members stand on the steps in Bracken- ridge dining hall and dem- onstrate the improved ap- pearance of' a student af- ter having eaten a square meal of squash. 1 ipitlilut ,the Food Fights for Free- All-Uampu Food Ilrive . Fo'od's been fighting 'for dom here on the campus this week Everyone' who eats in the 6 halls will readily agree to that. What with songs, yells, poems, and signs 'advertising the merits 1 of unpopular foods such as car- ta rats, greens, squash, ru and haddock, the social clubs , l3ge,n busy trying. tot popu' unpopular calorie -containers. Bugs Bunny was among those present-on the campaign for car- rots, and Sherlock Holmes snoop- ed around with his glass, to check on' the" disappearance of greens from plates. 1 ' dont, program -is not confined to the- dining hall. " ' A- 'Classesu in English during the next few weeks will use foods as the subjects of themes, discus- sions, and open forums. 1 Student Teachers Cboperafb fHome economics majors ,are lgading discussions in several siipliomore English clisses. 'In some of the freshmen A .sections girls who live' on farfns'-twill spegk on, the food situation from: the standpoint of the 'farmers Miss Johnie 'Christiarn director of home economics' education, has announced that the -student teach- ers' are asking in their high s .N L Y - N 1 'elaissies theft studentskneasureg the foodfwasted in their homesiover a periodof one Weelgp Home economics education students placing posters relating to program in' all of the"'De Schools.-,An-i assembly meeting dealing with the food -problem planned Y in cooperation with u -ia -. and, ,presented inf fthe' A ' School Audittoriumg I ' Nell Morris, 'college dieti- tian, is measuring the food Wasted in 'the dining hallsvand 'is to compare it with the amoun, soldiers waste. v ' Army' Riitions 'Displayed A - 1 interesting, and display of 'books and: cojicerning food and 'the 'been on display in"an sleeve -library. lilustrations of rations Were also on, inggthe compact and con centrated- Hgfo.ods'- eaten 'bv the fightine' 61'mY Yuletide Season Despite busy days before the Christmas holidays be- gan, TSCW-ites remembered boys they had met ond dated from a nearby army camp by buying gifts and wrapping them to be sent to the service- men as an extra Christmas surprise. Campus clubs help- ed in the drive, led by lean Barnard, president of the Round Table, Cornelia Flee- man, and Margery Brewer, who are pictured at right. Louise Iohnson, Doris Dowdell, Marilyn Maxey, and Mary Lou Kesterson pose for a picture after the Christmas Party in Stoddard. Students and faculty members pause between classes to sing carols on first floor of the Administration Building The 'World War ll service flag is shown in the back ground. 5 Senior Christmas Formal l Seniors' jdinned on corsaqesw and donned forrnals for the annual Christmas Dance which was held in the ballroom of the Student Union. At left, couples, led by Edith Dinsrnore and her date, ascend the stairs leadinq to the ball- room. Punch servers qreet the host of dancers during intermission. .ff sql iz. 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'NW' avg T' , '- f far ' . . ' , - , . - 1: -J W K .yuh w-- 4 Wim -.:...-:.,w,- y - .G m - N i V?" "2 Ji-'. "LE ,il ' ' ' L jf " 'Q 31? UEEESVA H" xx ' QJA 6 , K., -if Senior Breakfast Sleepy but happy seniors arosrefearly' for the annual seii-' ior breakfast which was given in the back of Virqinia Carroll Lodqe. Shown at right are Presi- dent and Mrs. Hubbard leading the long food line. Z 1 VC- if - - -- 1 g ' 1, I xl Ig ' H Q14--f""'d 1 x Y- Three tables were laden with all kinds of breakfast food as the early risers stepped forward to receive their share. At left, three peas in a pod, Frances Brown, Betty Pate, and lean Barnard, find a place to sit and eat in peace. Shown in the circle' are a TSCW' girl and the cap- itan of the Ateneo Puente volleyball team embrac- ing each other after the cup has been presented to our groupj SALTILLO S Highlights of the TSCW college student do not end at the end of the regular school term, for a spec- ial attraction, the Saltillo Summer S.chool in Mexico, lasting six Weeks, has proven popular and profitable for many. Students leave from Laredo in cr group, accom- panied by several college prot- tessors. They study Spanish in a Spanish speaking community, learn customs of Mexican people, .Ati ,gli 'EQ ,-, Three students en- joy the Warm, refresh- ing Water of a pool which is part of a pri- vate school up the hill from the hotel. MER SCHOOL and the inhabitants of Saltillo be come acquainted Wlth the girls from the United States Shown at left are the TSCW girls being greeted on the Pat1o oi Casa Co lon1a1 President Hubbard shakes hands with Senora Villarreal mother of Carmela Garcia who stands behind President Hubbard and sister of Ricardo Villarreal proprietor of the hotel where the students stay. At right is a scene from Char ro Fiesta which was given hon- oring our group at Los Alomos a ranch near Saltillo. At right is a picture of the entire Saltilo group in front of the auditorium of the Ateneo Fuente College in Saltillo. W. ,Nt Last tall Saltillo proies sors v1s1ted our campus and were greeted by Pres dent Hubbard extreme lelt in the picture at left and Dr Swrtzer director of for eign languages extreme right. The professors are lett to right Alejandro V. Soberon Senor Professor Berrueto Ramon Senor LIC. Edwardo I. Hernandez E. and Senor Lic. Evelis H. 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Well, after all one can't be d' 1g- nified all of the time At '. right Marilyn Mallory, K th a ryn Turner, say good-night to Secretary Bobby Haynes. l ntics " 1 Qiv ifi of t , M 5, ,- sal 3 7 t ,U ,A.1x, A pleasant room is nice in the daytime, too. At right, Margie U Miller and Marguerite Young relax between classes. Aren't double-deckers Wonderful? These Kay Kyser? Students at left living in Houston Hall aren't particular, just so the record gives 'out with the jive. , ,nw jf P, :gg U 4g 137. 1 ef" gtslryt A with , 52:5 ' ,Ty ?f7, Ev EVTQ ..ff'N? t. '-n neg. ' -1,- gflyji. Yttht' li 'i" Air ,t students in the "co-ops" think so. 6 - 1 t lt ,Ei , , , i ,Q?,a4 .fi A---11.5 -A-I 1 . .W L At left, a tired senior gets into a com- fortable position to read Chaucer. Q l ., . -kt fi -........x. 1-V"-,rifrgz'1:'.,f1,.'-I' ' .wg Fifpxg 4 v 'f "Iv-4112.4 -". ' . v fi JV, 'fgirmg ,wmgf2ggA,Mj!W HM mfg- ' 1-Q,7wi?g'g'g vw,-.N K N r-Wm.-N ran, N N ' JF' ,ag-' ,, 'ii V. 'Qi Av, fi? . . V' , .ks v Y . il ' h i .,--'fi j ,,Q:'f""" I 1, "E, ' Z 'I HN 4 .721 ' 'F v A .., , L' V ' wf ww . ,Z j fv' A Little of This and That fmf WBA Valentme Party chalrmen poke therr heads through to grve an mvrtmg smlle They are top left to rrght Duane Davrs Cherry Woodward and Ruth Cady The lower three members are Agnes Talley Iune Ebert and Mary Ella Montague Martha Hrckman becomes engrossed ln the rnakmg of pottery 1n art class F or quahty school supphes and your "between classes snacks," patromze THE TSCW BOOICROOM VW 1 pn Ruth T1lley serves as an appropnate model for a Weddmg dress to be sent to England She stands at the altar rn the Lrttle Chapel 4 ww w vw " M" ufaiN'umWH ,A ww ,241 w ww H ww ,N , ,L Mu Q' W wi Y F ,IA WH mi' .gi V qx gf Y ' I-' A ,f H 'mg If ' 3 ,J 1 A.,i5ff'2.g f ,nf-,iw , "- 4 ' ' . A if V 'LE .. , ,,.,',, I 1 Y ' ::I"2Kf:i?fL- f ..1 Y 'aQ7?V"f'j'1??'Ir9fhf6,fl'-if-l f f - . 'z 2 ' 1 f x 2155 -. I ' . A k M f ,I 5 -41 . 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J .4 .. ...ja-4.4 A 9 . 1 gipiggf-g-:gA'g15fg 31, 1 i "f1'5'?Jl1-fF?"l'-? FKPE V ' 1 QUW1 , 'Ima ."15a':11:!:l1V."ifj V! - alfgi-psf, i,1 ' ,5gi 1" ' Hi H..pf,,L,. ., . , , . u. ',,5,,vr1f. V4 -- f , ,,,.,.. Y, If-, , L55- .W -pc., ,yi X 1 1 UHF MJ vi x V :E . 5 ww H Q :-.. . - W: 1. ,n 'fizgil . -R W N X ,, Y Z ,Ivv A Am 5 :rw " y., E n XXX W ,.. -r-r ffjwl t"" J 45 TE GLEASON M COTTAGE .t is one ot the two cot- tages on the campus in which all home economics majors live for a period of 48 days. Learning to be successful managers, host- esses, as Well as economi- cal. cooks -and dietitians, these girls plan rnleals, pre- pare healthful diets, and .manage other household affairs. Miss Mary Mason, faculty supervisor, lives in the cottage With the girls. Making slaw is one of the duties for the day for Virginia Scoggin and Mil- dred Hayes, temporary cooks. - sf?- ' - - V fir, l 6 ' A 2 c ' -fi . -ffl Q ' Y ff' M 1 if Lw - Y It 35:35, Y I- 7 -' - - ws? --iftftt wel., M' ill r M A Ah etizing scene! Gleason Cottage girls take their places NX' ' i g Eli' , gn app l f t ' ht, Virginia Scoggin, Dixie Morton, at the table. They are, e-t o rig Lorene Coyle, Florence Coyle, and Lena Lowrey. 2' : lllll Beauties Go to Dallas Excitement fairly beamed one Sunday morn- ing when a college bus took TSCW's most beau- tiful--girls to Dallas to be judged and photo- graphed. Accompanying the group were Mr. Rigief ocnd Mr. Loveless. shown at left is 'the group just after the arrival in Dallas. Kathryn Turner, left, senior beau- ty nominee, puts the last dab of powder on her nose before facing the judges. At right Barbara Cook, junior nominee, places the final bit of lipstick on her lips and gets ready to face the camera. "lust ct little this Way," says Mr. Calvin Wheat photo- Being beautiful doesn't keep one from getting hun- gry. Above, nominees dig into the appetizing box lunches as they Wait their turn to be photographed. grapher, as he prepares to focus the camera on Kathryn. III :III Ill! .ll ll Ill ll x! II ll 0 ' 'U' S I w .',' ,Q -' LT' rl L, T. If A , 1 V X ' N A -,f N - fi-fr J ' "W xr 5 ' .sf , 'F ' gb , ,,A X' ' 1--j , Q -, '- x- 1 1 ff D, Q-Q,- f,.,u--E-.'-v f-sf, - W N , ' 'Li ., 4 I " LS- -, 2 - 5 -E . .1 VIE , .- Ng 3 ' iff gui? Af ' '-1' :wp + +P is V I S 4 9 -. Hnfw p ' " -G S I 17,-A: -pf' . VE: J ..y.h.Qj5 ,gy Formal Convocation A day when faculty members march solemnly into the Main Auditorium and take their places on the stage before the observing eyes of the student body . . . a day when students, having returned to college, realize that they are ready to get down to work and assume the duties given them by their teachers. Dr. Gus W. Dyer, professor of economics and sociology at Vanderbilt University, was the speaker at the annual convocation services in October. Sub- ject of his address was "'The American Constitution and Christian Ideals." Upper left, Dr. Turreniine and Mr. Emerson check the program before assembly. The middle and lower left pictures show the faculty procession from the Administration Building to the Main Auditorium. The entire faculty are shown on the stage in the robes and colors of their schools in the lower right picture. r ,iw H " 1.1 1 'M v H.,- Q s ,a Af' w 1 ,, F55 'H' 6 Q' fi ,,,f Him 1 w 'nw H "M we Then the third clay. tMy mother Wor1't like thai.l ' as ., , K' . N x Q Champe Takes Exams These hyar pictures were taken the Weak Week after Dead Week. Narnely Examination Week. Which should also be called Dead Week . . . or "Praise the Lord and Pass the Composition" Week. Or any other name that might suggest torture. Not that finals affect anyone. Or infect them. Or defect. Etc. Here you see that even the most beautiful girl on the campus is somewhat concerned. Here you see that darling, adorable p-r-e-c-i-o-u-s Champe Philips tcopy Written by Champe. Nat- ural1y.l returning from the first day of exams. Below, the fifth day 1 At left, the last day. CBeing the best picture be- cause it conceals and reveals. Reveals agony and despair. Conceals face. Charnpe's face. Cfhunder- ous applause-ll 'Egg 'SL 3 'X uv H 6 ff if ' -.lk ,rf A Q I L1 Flying High Nineteen-forty-four marks the year that TSCW's first women for wings took out parallel rulers and protrac- tors to plot their courses, and took off from Harte Flying Field as the pioneer women that they were in their iield. At right, Mr. Douglas, CAA instructor, explains the horse- power of the Cub's engine to Carol Shook, Othene Mac- Gaifery, and Eva Echols. Fine Portrait Photography BURCHARDIS s'rUmo A Right, Dot Hill swings hard on that stubborn prop, while she still cannot figure out why she must crank it the opposite direction from the way the engine turns it. q--o--. -5 1-I nw. Ready for that triumphant solo take-oft with the' assistance of all hands who know their time is coming, Dot pauses while air-minded photographer Aydeen Auld snaps a picture to record the date. Switch on! Blocks away! Take it over. You're on your own! Happy Landings! For Gifts of Distinction and School Supplies v o E n 'r M A N's Pictured atright are the winnahs or the Winning cast from Stoddard Hall which touched the hearts of the judges with "Oh Give Me Three Grains of Corn, Mother" in the dorm- itory skit competitions. Tallest Corn in Texas at the Corn-Huskin' Bee That great day when sophistocation sequins, and formality are stowed among text hooks, and Emily Post hangs her head in despair, TSCW girls come down out of the hills and cut loose at an evening of hill-hilly folk-dcmcing corny singing, hog calling, and 'act in'!" Where there's corn there are plaid shirts. And Where there are tive-rnus tached villains, there is bound to he a hero and a gal-two in this case In true hill-billy fashion, Dorothy Calame 'and Ruth Gillen slave away making shucks fly while the men sit in the background all dressed up and holding their hands. lust because this is Q a girl's school, it's no sign that masculinity never touches the campus. Through the assistance of lean Barnard and her Date Bureau, and aided by Margaret King, many a soldier and Tessie have gotten together for a pleas- ant evening. Right, Martha Bagby, Mary Io Pearce, and loy- zelle Tysinger ar- range for these Camp Howze soldiers to have dates. E Dates FROM THE DATE BUREAU Ieannette Bush and Lieut. Will Craw- ford oi Montgomery, Alabama, having met through the Date Bureau, enjoy a nice evening together at the College Club. ' ' - R U s s 1: L r.'s Style headquarters for Denton since 1897. Specializes in collegiate fashions. COLLEGE CLUB Saturday night dancers at the College Club find the snack bar the right place for sodas, cokes, and ice cream. On this night, girls may en- tertain dates in the club un- til 12 o'clock. Shoot the lap, pool, and table games are only a few of the many things provided to help the couples have a good time. These girls and their dates play a fast game of ping pong on one of the many tables in the recreation room. Sandwiches and chocolate rolls fill in for the intermission when the automatic juke box is changing records for these couples. The most popular entertainment offered at the club, dances are held every Saturday night for couples and at any time until 8:00 o'clock for girls to go. CLASS Miss Devil, fBetty Tcrylorl, smiles triumphomtly cts she ov- erlooks the Hell scene presented by the Freshman stunt Winners in their picturizcttion of "He-11e's Bell." The belies cmd gruesome skeletons in the pictures crecrte the setting for the scrd tale of Orpheus cmd Won the cup tor the class. This was the second freshman class in the history ot the stunts to Win. TU TS 'Tcfin't crll love in War and stunts cfs Ioy Iohnson, junior, cmd Chcrrnpe Phillips, WN DA , A 4 L B- pn a I :F ,C 4 . . Il "' X' U 1 1' 1 X? v' W li 'l 9' I , 1 N 5 senior, corne to temporary disagreement painting the scenery for their clotss pro- duction. The Senior class cft the left put Pop in the clink in their show, "How Long Ycr Been Here, Pop?", featuring guy nine- ties songs and dress. The juniors in the lower picture odd glcrrnour to the show when they give cr peek in the inside of or harem in "No Time for Shieksf' The Sophomores trac- ed the history of marriage Way bcrck when in the plcry, "I Torke Thee," cr tcrke-Off on Weddingsi if .,-,Jr 6 . 1L1'iD lf-.5 xgl Faculty.. . off guard Dean White sets the "at ease" mood for faculty members with his book of jokes and humor. After Working hours are spent with friends, as is shown by Miss Minnie McAuley and Mrs. Denman, at right. At left, Miss Mabel Pearson hangs onto her "college upbring- ing" as she eats, laughs, and makes merry in the Cabin-in- the Woods. Dr. Talley takes one last look at the View of our campus before start- ing leave of absence to do research work with the Air Corps. 4 Dr. Wieseman takes a busman's holi- day and makes even more music after class hours in preparation for the faculty recitals. Q . . 1 . .V , e - givin Q I ,nk 'iii QQKQ 2 ii-gg ' , + -5 Y I A v Q9 t C! 5 3 1 Mg -.1- u 0 W 1.-'5 1 57' f, Q7 55? . ,ph 4 J Pi-'15 "ff W Jr . . rf, 7' P' ' . , vi lr I JJ ff fs-E Students in Austin Hall raised money for their war bond through the- indirect aid of boy friends. Army, Navy, and Marine sWeetheart's photographs Were dispayed, with the girls being- able to raise their rank only through the purchase of War stamps. Those pictures on the floor represented privates, Vw rank ascending as photos Went up. Keep your Wardrobe fresh at our modern plant. THE COLLEGE STEAM - LAUNDRY D o r m i to r i e s Prove Their Patriotism Dormitories have shown their patriotism in many ways. While girls buy War stamps and bonds each Week individ- ually, many dorms as a Whole have raised money to buy War bonds that they present to the College. At left are students from Houston Hall who conducted a thriving grocery store to earn money for a war bond. Clerks and customers left to right are Lucrezia Wilson, Thalia Sasseen, Melba McCor- rnich, chairman, Tiny Crouch, and Ann Gibson. E634 RANK- Iournalists oi the Lass-O entertain members of the Battalion staff from old Aggieland in the College Club. Dean E. V. White starts the day off right by entertaining Carl Hill with one of his original jokes. V "Big negro: 'Boy, you is a liahl' Little negro: 'Ii you says dat to me agin, I'se gwina bust yo' l'1aid.' Big negro: 'Yo' is, is yo? Consider it done already said, black boy.' Little negro: 'Consider yo' haid already busted, big ll r Candidates for positions on the literary publications staffs for next year have a friendly get-together at the Journalism Building. X4 r Peggy Dietz and Edith Ellison talk over the organization of the League of Women Voters at TSCW with Mrs. l. W. Brad- ner, lr. WAC Recruiters Visit TSCW's call to be the women behind the men behind the guns Was made very effectively by the Perrin Field band and WAC recruiters who visited the campus one Saturday and gave an outdoor concert in front ot Stod- dard. .BeloW, Mai. C. I. Wall introduces their talented sing- ing and representative WAC, Lt. Van Acken. Sgt. Hyman Charninsky, band leader, smiles in the background. .f"",?I4 g,-f-""" f ' Here students gather to Watch the raising of the flag in front of the Administration Building, proud that this was the first such flag among Texas colleges. , E gy' it-xi 1 Wins the Flag Peggy -Dietze, student finance chairman, - expresses the appreciation for the Schoolsfat- War Flag, which was presented to TSCW When 90 percent of fthe student body pur- ing the rnonth of February. President Hubbard and Mrs.,-I. QW. Walker display the flag before it is officially raised. Mrs. Walker is the state director of the Schools-at-War Division of the National War Finance Committee. V chased at least one War stamp a Week dur- lO3d INFANTRY BAN TSCW-ites were not the only morale boosters "around these hyar parts." The lU3rd lnfantry Division Band, sta- tioned at Camp Howze provided the entire student body with an entertaining talented program. Shown at left is Lt. Oliver Manning, pianist, with the band. He was heard in compo- sitions by Parodies, De Bussy, and Chopin as well as popu- lar numbers. Below is shown the entire personnel, with the ex- ception of two members, of the lO3rd Infantry Divis- ion Band posed outside the barracks at Camp Howze. Below, left, are shown couples at the dance which followed the concert. Lower right, TSCW-ites and band members complete their bicycle rides and the soldiers prepare to return to camp. 142 ' .Ee THE COLLEGE STORE wr: Frm. ALL coLL1-:Gs s'rUDEN'rs' NEEDS Mn. AND Mas. R. B. zscur: Susu and Betty Rose prove they are Water shy as they qo for a ride in the college boat with some Aqqies Ah! LakerDaHas Oh, for the lite of a journalist! A party dt Lake Dallas was part ot the entertainment planned for the Aqqie Battalion staff who paid a visit to Tessieland as the quests of the Lass-O staff one week-end. Of course a paper was edited, but the fun didn't stop there! Left, Sylvester Boone and Betty Rose Cra- Vens do a "special step" to a recording in the TSCW cabin. 1 TI'-' B-we ' .,,:-fe.,--, ,A :rea ' X ,f 'll sh it"- Mfttff . t CCIIIISICI. Well, after all, what would a party be Without food? Marygene Underwood and Adelle Baker and their dates loe- lieve that that question can best be answered by actions instead of Words. t..,'sE Iudy McNeill and Bill Garrett practice a "coy pose for the ever-present 'O 'N 11.34 VJ i, qu 'Gal 0 'Qi 9 3? , A 'Jam-wg. 'ff .EV . A M M 1 , m,uYu'TH1,3'wwugggggggg ff M H X 'Q 0 f ,QM C as 1 ,ff - I 5 'T ' 'f'2lv'7 -4 :L R' '-if , q ww Oh, isn't it nice to loaf? These tour think so .... Peggy Gowan, Elizabeth Royall, and Dorothy Har- ris cater to the "beef," Virginia Robertson leaves Houston Hall for an 8:15- Sleepy headl . . . Ernes- tine Ashe gives that "come hither" look to a passer- by .... lane McCarthy displays a smug smile af- ter finding a letter at the P. O. Annie Hildreth gives with a Tessie smile .... Jessie, Mary Frances, and Anna Ruth pretend realistically that they are the three evil monkeys .... Ioy Sav- age isn't savage at all- she's camera shyl Imogene Scott pauses to write a letter home before "hitting the hay." . . . A drink of water--after "lights out." . . . Pat Wolfe can't decide which dog to bite. Imogene smiles proudly for her "Alma Mater." Sandy Skipwith gives the "rug- ged" aspect to this page-- that's no slam, either! . . . Virginia and her date pose in front of the Little Chapel. Two gals and a car! Don't they know there's a war on? . . . Betty Martin pro- vides a glamorous smile. . . . Below, Mary Io and Lorraine exchange-hey! is it that bad? . . . Woulci' r1't you know it? Melba, Betsy, and Dona apply the beauty treatment. lean, Wanda, and Ada Frances recline dreamily. Well, after all, three heads are better than one .... Mary Cain and Sue Hen- derson sit contenteclly in front of Houston .... Miss Ieannette Schlottmann gives the pretty co-eds competi- tion. Iean Ann Doores Writes a letter to guess who .... Louise Hudspeth takes a seat on the "terra iirma." Mary Ann Mitchell and June Steusoif pause a min- ute after a fast game of tennis .... Carol Shook adds to the beauty ot the botanical gardens .... Six girls and a fence-Thalia Sasseen, Betty Woodrum, Ada Lee Phillips, Winona Biclcley, Caroline Bickley, and Margaret Ann Niissle. Betsy Barton and Beverle Roberts show the Aggie- TSCW spirit .... What've we got here? Billie Wilson goes "Hawaiian." . . . lust loafing on the bridge are Lois Sumner, Cecile Lynch, Ieanne Lord, Iudy McGin- nis, Katherine Rawlings, and Betty Johnson. Adding appeal to the wave sign is Henrietta Coleman .... Linda Lee Thompson and Betty Gin- occhio brighten up the trash pile .... Io Miller reads a letter while Elmo Brown looks disappointed. Betty Lou Iohnston, Mary Stevens and Katherine Rawlins "picnic" in Lowry woods .... Miriam Mars! ton looks wistfully into the sky. Going to rain? . . . At- traction fish? Cecile, lean- ne, Marjorie, Betty, and Iudy stop to look from the bridge. Qri 9 "EE Wi ,Y 2132 Gloria Echols and La Fon Lindsay give a romantic view of a soldier and his gal .... lean Wilson snoops into the flower beds .... Margie Miller and Mar- guerite Young dressed for the concert. Virginia Eldridge looks through the "bars" pen- sively ..., Beth Berryhill and Nita Lake cool off their hoofs in the water .... Lorena Brooks poses on the Household Arts Building entrance .... Eleanor Wil- liams tells Iean Cox some shocking newsl Billie and Mary Beth get a laugh out of that one. . . . Iimrnie Earleen Hall smiles for the camera from Lowry Hall stones .... Sara Cooley and Bobby Haynes chat with ex-stu- dent Nancy Wilkerson. THE BOSTON STORE "Your Store" Northeast Corner Square lane Read, Mary Frances Bryan, and Ianie Siroiher give that Freshman "come hither" look .... Studious aren'i they? Referring, of course, to Elizabeth Rice and Rose Samsel. Jeanne Branshaw and Ruth Gilman smile after a hard week's work .... Taking a journalism exam are Pauline Keener, DeLois Little, and Dot Culberson, along wiih fellow sufferers. Well, what've we run into this time? Cornhuskers Elizabeth Dunlap and Bet- ty Jean Boyd .... Aha! The photographer slipped up on Mrs. Shelton! . . . Sociology student Ernes- iine Caldwell studying ci layout of Corpus Christi, Three sit-down strikers, Elizabeth Dunlap, 'Lois Hoeke, and Sidna Rae Mc- Cracken .... You find ev' erythinq here! Miss Stiles, Frances Crow, Frances Clayton, Nina Sisley, Julia Harlan. Mary Belle Doane, Vera Anderson, and Mary lones dissect a cat .... Lower left, Teddy-behind the dark glasses. Travel the Dependable Way DIXIE MOTOR COACHES Eight others enjoy Lake Dallas .... Gee, a torn- boyl . . . Evelyn Christen- sen and Linda Lee Thomp- son try to get some shut- eye. A barrel of fun, Ruth Wy- lie .... Two Memphis-ites, Betty Young and Alice Sadler, relax in front of Sayers. Dorothy Ann Meyer takes time out to pet the puppy. . . . Carolyn Atcheson, Thalia Sasseen, Betty Woodrum, Winona Bick- ley, and Ada Lee Phillips let people know they live at Austin .... Yetta Kreis- ler seems to have gotten into something she can't get out of. . Four seniors and the Pio- neer Lady-Mary McFar- lane, Mary Ann Mitchell, Iune Steusoff, and Martha Hickman ..,. Ie-an Chas- tain and Miriam Marston, after visiting the Little Chapel .... Roommates, Lois Preston and Lee Bulk- eley. Ruth Wylie and Dorothy Moser in a "different" pose. . . . Bernie Ledwig con- templates entering the swimming pool .... Two gals on a horse. Hi yo Silver! Agnes and Sarita stop for a chat .... Billie Clyburn tries for a fast understroke. . . . The nitwits, Doodles and Benjolee. The bridge must be a fav- orite spot. Here we see Martha, Skeet, Iohnnie and Issy "idling" . . . Oh, oh, that fence again! . . . A Tessie looking meditative. . . . Lou, Ed, and Sandy "pass by" the library. Nellie Bly Slay, Edith Hen- drix, and Helen Renfro start for a walk .... Dot- tie Ilohnson, Marion Har- rison, Elizabeth Cowling and Dorothy Crawford "looking lovely." . . . Um, looks interesting! Karen, Ieannette, and Gloria with their dates. Bernie Ledwig gives Nita Moseley a "lift." . . . Say. Mac, can't you read? lt says no parking! Return to childhood days- Mary Ioyce Kubala, Patsy Hicks, and Maggie Bulling- ton with their dolls .... Alice Sadler and Mickey Smith become dramatic on the bridge .... Ieannette "glowing" in the sun. Virginia Robinson smiles for the photographer .... "In the spring a young man's fancy . . ." Here you see Rosemary McEl- Wee and her date .... Mary McFarlane adds in- terest to the tennis court. Priscilla Montague as she had just returned from church services .... Gee, a scoop! Reading are Nell- eva Denton, Jeanne Arn- old, Iulia Ann Lucy, Pat Barton, and Rosemary Mc- Elwee .... Peggy Iones, Jeannette Hudson, and Vir- ginia step out on the steps of Fitzgerald. They make it a foursome -Nancy Casey, Lonnelle Herring, Francine Hatley, and Clara Heimburger .... Upper center, Ieanne Lord and Iudy McGinnis "inves- tigate the laundry." 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